The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00054
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00054
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Revealed Publicly by E. P. Roberts .


ASSIST LOCAL It was publicly revealed Monday flet''trait he would cat no name
night that City Attorney Ernest I but when he referred to a young fLack
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P Roberta was asked to resign "for and Inexperienced man who had
the best interest of the city" In com Into the mayor' office, and I CANDIDATES of 1934 Receipt May } ;
LEGAL TALENTAppears a letter signed*by five members said the letter had been signed at Keep Nominee off i ;
of the council on Mar Is 134 this man's house,'Mayor Preston Candidates whoM names haverbeen Ballot :
and that'h replied four months B. Bird, broke In and requestedthat placed on the ballot, printingof f
later that he would do 10 If after he Hake things simpler by which la now In abeyance: areas :
as Taxpayer and i public discussion the council I calling his name when he referredto follows: MAYOR GAINS VOTE ;
till desired hUt resignation.The him. For Mayor ON VET EXEMPTIONDisqualification
Economy revelation was nude by the j The letter, the contents of which C. T. Harper, produce broke
Committee I city attorney himself at a meeting I were not divulged by Mr. Roberts and former. member of the city : of 400 by 1 1I
of the council In an address until ha had recapitulated his eouncl.Thou. I :
SYDOW APPOINTED service to the follows E. Kirby packing house Deadline Mistake Is
I lasting more than one hour and city, was as :
enumeration dam I "We the membersof executive and member of the present Not Probable
PWA CONSULTANTBids containing of undersigned ;
I age suits totaling 1318.000 in whichhe the city council of the city of city council, --
said he had successfully defended I Homestead, believing it to be for far Council Confusion brought about by the r
on $41,818 Job to Be: the city ofHomelteadnee I the best interest of the city respectfully 3. L. Burton, department tore fact that voter In the school trustee -
Received at City Hall March 1924. request your resigna owner and former member of the election last year had it Impressed -
I Mr. Robert made a point of the tion." council.E. on them that It they voted
on MondayGeorge
I It was signed by Councilmen E. C Chronister, plastering +* In the .aDtr.lelat'tion.' 1934 they
Henry Brooker, Jr. A. J. Campbell, and member of the presfntcouncil. were qualified for the trustee election
McCaskill, Miami attorney OF C. ADOPTS E. C. Chronister, T. E. Klrby and i leaves the eligibility of a
and former city attorney ofHomestead I Frank Hausman. T. A. Feaster, retired businessman Homestead councilmanlc candidateIn i
appeared before the I Replying to Mr Robert ad-I and farmer and president doubt and disqualified the mayor -
city council a* a member of the 2 PROJECTS FOR dread, the mayor said the letter was I I the present council from voting In the city election
tecently appointed taxpayers' signed at his house, but that he I| E. H. Gallaher, hotel Operator. next Tuesday until he resorted to
Committee Monday night and ex BUILDINGS did not want the Impression left I| Tom J. Harris, packing house a hitherto unexarciaed: right to
pressed" the'opinion that a bond HERE that lie was the. instigator. 'Ie said manager es: emotlor MAlmablyd
,;t holder .suit recent Ivhroughtt. ; ,...'bel'lewd the conference held Dr.Frank Hausmarr,retired physician war Vt ran; ti
4'l compel mil t ur\CI1't *"'al."the : then concerned Mr Robert and and preaent council mem The.nanre.of the councilman!
rate* of 41 ''mm to f 7* mills could CommiltefAppolnted Mi dialings with X. R. Durance txt. candidate is withheld by this newspaper

be" successfully defended. Push Civic Center and that the general opinion at C. W. LJitie, packing house manager so a* not to prejudice his
In response to question of the and former council: member.N. .
those present was that the city chance of election should hU name
council he said he was vitally Interested and Post Office attorney was not working for the T. McCourtney, retired Contractor. be left on the ballot, He and

a* an owner of Homestead best interest of the city. Mayor P. B. bird and several -
property and would therefore be I I The Redland District Chamberof At the end of his address, Mr.: R W. Morris, real estate operator other person are known to
Willing to help City Attorney Ernest : Commerce' voted Wednesdaynight Robert asked the council if It have been officially Informed IAN
P. Roberta fight the case and to make a vigorous campaignfor would not withdraw the letter re F. B Rue, fertilizer company the court house In Miami that rcc
leave remuneration to the judgment construction of a tivM center quisling his resignation or give 4tanager. ords did not show they had paid
of the council In event of vic and a post office building in him permission "to tram it and A. r. Webb, furniture store op their poll tone for 1934.
tory and would expect nothing but Homestead.The Continued on Pace Eleven I: erator.J. Th city charter provide that
expense in event of defeat civic center structure, plans O. Wynn, hardware' store own- "no person shall hold the offteo
The council accepted Mr. Me- for which were drawn for the Pioneer's Night Slated I er. of mayor .r city councilman who
Y CasklU'i offer and appointed him chamber of commerce last
year by I* note qualified voter" (Section
to assist in the defense ot the suit, Walter DeOarmo, Miami architect, By R.D.I.A for MondayThe I I). and a qualified,," M defined -
brought In the bam of the Niagara RESEARCH BODY
would house the Homestead municipal a* a person 21 years or over
Investment Co., by Paul W. Potter, library, which serve the first meeting of the Redland who ha* resided In the city six
West Palm Beach attorney. The whole Redland District, an audi- District Improvement Associationafter AIM OF MEETING month and In the state once yearend 1
council at a previous meeting had torium and county agent and home the holiday recess will be ha paid poll taxes for the two 1
Voted, on the advice of the city demonstration office room!. A. R. held Monday night at I o'clock in year previous to qualifying date
attorney to accept service of the Livingston, who i* a member of I the Redland School auditorium CALLEDTONIGIIT for the eteettomConsulted
i mandamus which order the coun- with a "pioneer's night" program
the library board, was appointed I yesterday, City Attorney -
cil to levy 35 mill additional for chairman of the committee to work a* the feature. Ernest P. Robert confirm
the payment of certain bond Interest for construction of the civic center The meeting will be devoted to Vegetable Growers to Organize ed the provisions t>f ft, city cod
amounting to $30S32.4 through financing frem federal the old settlers of the district, and Over All regarding qualification of mayor t
William Sydow, public world him very pioneer in this section I*
agencic Serving with are and councilmen but made It plain
engineer of the city of Miami, was cordially Invited, according to W FloridaAn
T. E. Kirby and Charles Caves that he had fIG official knowledge "*
(retained by the council a* W. Johnston, president ot the Improvement -
of the facts IUI.lft point
The post office building committee organization that will be to
sulting the con-I Association. Mr*. Cine
engineer on i* composed of James Wollam, the vegetable growers of Florida Printing of the ballot was held up
;t Stewart Is In charge of
Continued Pare ToUr) arrangements
Carl Tweedell and Wlllard Flfle'ld.A for which will What the Florida Horticultural So- however, pending development in
the program I to the fruit arowtr- the CS e. It was not leached but
ciety *
Slated I Wttef of commendation was short by several
include speeches:
Hot Fish Fry whether not anoint interpretation
practical value, night or
even more per
voted to George Wakefield, vocational "old-timers" who will tell of their
For Wednesday NightThe I agriculture teacher at experiences id the early days of haps-M the object: of a sectional had been obtained to
be held.M the Neva the effect that the poll tax requirement
meeting to .
Homestead High School, for his the Redland District The musical .
Homestead Rotary Club win I civic: enterprise In bringing to the I part of the program will be provided King Cooper School auditoriumhere of the code would not be anecessary
enjoy. its long-postponed fish try I RedUrid District more than SO by Mrs. Annie Ms/hew FIU- tonight at t o'clock under the part of a candidate'lqualifiationt.
'Wednesday night of next Week on I person from Merriam, Kansas, including patrick.W. direction of M. R. Ensign of Win ,
the lawn of Charles J Caves' residence 42 members of the Shaw- B Bishop,speaker of the 1B35 ter Haven and Frank Holland of The possibility that some four
on Tennessee *od. The I nee chapter F.F.A. S. B. Rohrer of Florida Legislature, will be the Orlando. (Continued 1 o. Pace Eleven
; Heal will be furnish and prepared Miami Beach and Redland. was guest speaker. Refreshment will The meeting her I* the out-
'" by the attendant* team under voted a letter of appreciation for be served, and the public i* Invited growth of a general meeting held 1 ad'ia'Nigh't' Will Ik
Tom Lindsay, which lost a recent his interest in helping to entertainthe Mr. Johnston said. In Lakeland Dec. 11 to discuss Jan. 20 In HomesteadMonday
contest, with.assistance from boy.while they were) here and way and means of approaching:
the team captained b>"41. A. Cameron in announcing! he would sponsor a the various problem of the vegetable .
Mrs. Ferreyra Is Spwlll; IW
Jan. be
who lost In If). -fllp lnl drive for fund to send the Homestead industry. Better method of ,
to break a tie for f'iflPplace. The r. F. A. chapter on a visit Dade Welfare Head shipping and grading will b* Night tor the Homestead P-T A,
Hotel will be accompanied: by their I to Shawnee next Christmas. among thing to be studied. W... Mrs. W. R Bird's fifth grader
RoUry Anns. I Mrs. Don Ferreyra this week received Neely and Willard Fifield were will put'On a minstrel show, and ;
The fish fry meeting will take I I from the state welfare board Redland District representative the Miami Elk will give .. short
J thejjlac of the regular noon luncheon Redland Club to Elect her appointment a* social worker to the Lakeland meeting program on Americanism and present
' meeting next week.: New Officers TonightThe for the territory south of Miami Eligible for membership ana an American flag to tb#
At the meeting this week, L. B. Her headquarter will be In the grower of vegetables representatives Homestead schools. Fftttxr-smg,
i Sommers, principal of the Homestead semi-annual election of Homestead city hall of carriers, ed firm, fertilizer era Will ling,
and Florida City schools, officer of the Redland Townsend Mr*. Ferreyra baa for several companies, package manufacturers The meeting cannot be held ort
gave detailed statistic: on school Club will be held at 7:30 o'clock yean! been a member of the Arner aDd spray concern Mr. the regular date because of conflict
/income and expenditure with It- tonight In the Redland School lean Association of Social Workers.She Ensign, formerly with the Florida with the basketball'schedules
.....*t *ct to the county of Dade In gen-, auditorium. will conduct a strictly family Experiment Station, l*> now with Mrs Landon Garner baa heed
.Aral and District ,9, which IncludesSouth Member of the Homestead welfare program. Case will be the Package Research Laboratoriesof appointed chairman fur the *fer*
DadeIn particular. A com-I Townsend! Club are Invited to attend investigated and routed to the right New Jersey as their Florida res'resentatlv lion tag day drift which will b*
'jatbenslve report of this talk will' the meeting, J. E. McCauley, channels, and employment wlU besought *. Mr. Holland I* with conducted: this year for the school
>t road In a latef issue.hdar"i :. I Itirectof for South Dade, said. for those who desire It, the Florida Fertilizer Institute. library,

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Pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. January 10.1<

ILILSL to Play Lake Second Half Schedule Two Local Teams for Campbell the visitors.at forward, looked good I Protection w

Worth Hi School in Made by Team ManagersAt Play Miami Fives The Field local was team composed opposing of Chapman Field,I Andy yourFerar: "Do your spect.ec:1help I

a meeting of managers of French, Barrow and Wynn of I ; "Do they!
Gym Here TonightLocal teams represented In the City Here Tuesday Nite Walton; Bradley of Home and Mo- I fellows tam hitting
League held Wednesday night In Cormick of Franklin. 1 times."-Ex. N !

Varsity Loses 1915to the was gym approved the: following schedule Games Wedneeday Won ""111II

Ida Fisher in Game Jan. 15-W. D. Home Co. vs. by Walton and Brooker,

Tuesday Night P. J. Franklin, Inc.; Walton Nurseries Chapman Here Too

vs. Brooker Lumber Co. l To the Voters and Taxpayers ,
Homestead High School' basketball Jan. 22-Walton vs. Horne; Tuesday night at 7:30, the II
team will play the strong I Franklin vs. Brooker. Brooker Lumber Co. basketball )
Lake Worth eager at ( o'clock Jan. 29-Brooker vs. Home: team will playa team representingSmith
tonight in the local gym Walton vs. Franklin. Richardson and Conroy of
Homestead couldn't hold It*half- Feb. 5-Brooktr vs. Walton: Miami, and P. J. Franklin, Inc.,I of Homestead
Horn FrsnkVn. will play Temple Baptist of
time advantage of 13-T ever Ida .
Feb. 12-Walton vs. Home: MI-I ,
M. Fisher of Miami
I Beach Tuesday ami.Both
Brooker Franklin.Feb. i.
vs. Miami team rank
night at Miami Beach and 17-Franklin vs. Walton: their respective leagues. The This U Just to assure the voters of Homestead that If Uiej i.i
lost 19-15. Homestead made only i:
1 two point In the last half of the Brooker vs. Horn packers are in the Commercial see fit to elect me a member of the city council will strive:j .
game while Fisher steadily plied Feb. 19-Franklin vs. Horne: League and the church team Is In meet the Issue a* they arise the tame a* I would meet lllIIi
Walton vs. Brooker. the Sunday School League. How-
up a winning margin.The
junior high team wa defeated I Feb. 24-Franklin vs. Brooker: ever, the Homestead team playa situations. my own buslnet "
i, by Fisher 20-9. Walton vs. Home. faster game than the Miami oppon-
Richard Mattion was the outstanding The opening game each night ents and are favored to win. I favor an early readjustment of the bonded Indebtedness]

r I Homestead player, scoring will start at 730.: Homestead basketball fans were based on the lax-paying ability of Homestead property owns
It decided that the
i nine of the 19 points and making game was for the first half between playoff treated to three fast games I would never consent, unless compelled by court order fe*a
seemingly Impossible shot*. on Wednesday night In 4
I I Fisher, playing a zone defense Walton and Brooker will be playedon the first game Walton outguarded tax rate In excess of 45 mills, for I know that Homestead taxpayers ]

f y game throughout the first halt resorted Jan. 21. The game was postponed Franklin to win, 49-25. Brooker are unable to pay any higher mlllare. The staff':
to man-to-man tactic In from Wednesday night because stretched out in the final
l of the Illness of Brooker's quarterto condition of our tax roll Is evidence of this fact
the last half and Homestead was win from Home, 37-30 and a
effectively covered. players. composite team playing under the
Believing that when our bond situation Is adjusted and our
Homestead was without the Walton colors lost to a team from
t steadying influence of Its captain I II Silver Palm Church Chapman Field air station 11a Ux rate lowered, our city will experience a great growth that will

D H. Oelllnger, who has the i Gets Assistant PastorThe short practice game, 20-19. be reflected la many times the present consumption of electricity,
I mumps.Two. Franklin, with. McCormick effectively -
I bottled when ha had the I am unalterably opposed to any nutrition to sell or otherwise;

Games Slated Rev. L. L. Poyser of Homestead -I ball, could not cope with the scorIng dispose of the municipal electric Debt plant. 1 believe that th
who was licensed three weeks
,1 ago by the Miami( Methodist conference I of Walton' Barrow, who made light plant revenue will grow eventually to the point where
; 17 points Wynn, who made 14
In Redland
High'sGymat7:30Tonight i held in Fort Lauderdale, and Field, who counted 11. McCormick -; the necessity for taxation will be reduced to a minimum-as In

: will serve as assistant to the Rev made 10 points and Laird, the ease of ether municipal utility systems, notably that of,
H. G. Cowan, pastor of the Silver
, seven, to lead the Franklin offense. Jacksonville. '
Palm Methodist Church. He will
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The score at the half was Walton,
preach on the second and fourth
School's Varsity and Ju- 35; Franklin, 13.
Sundays of each month. If yon think I can be service to the city a* a member of
Home Co. led Brooker at the
niors to Meet Teams
I Mr. Poyser received an A. B. end of the first quarter, 10-7. The the city council I will appreciate your vote and support
From Beach degree from De Pauw University t
score was tied, 17-17, at the end
at Creencastle, Ind.. In 1928. lie
I of the half but Brooker ;
Tonight Redland High School I II a member of the national Oxford pulled 1
away 22-21 at the end of the third "
will play Ida M. Fisher of Miami club. quarter and was never headed. Tom J. Harris!
Beach two basketball game In the' Mr. Poyser will preach both The game ended with Brooker
Redland gym The two juniorhlllh' morning and evening next Sun
having four
men on the floor and
wll play first, starting at day, he announces. E. P. Whit- the score 3720.Chapman .
730.; worth will assist In the morning Candidate
Redfand's basketball team lost service. Stanley Wlttkop will sing the chance that Field came down on
to Miami Edison's teams Tuesday and Miss Montese Pacetti will play a practice game
might be arranged and broughtsome For City Councilman
night In the Edison gym. The varsity the accompanimentIn good looking basketball ,
team lost 20-42, and the Junior,I the evening a young peoples' e.... Hearst, a tall center,play and I
High lost T-ll. I meeting will be held at 7 o'clock
Edison was never in danger,' and in the church hour Leon
leading, 10-1 at the end of the first Young will give a chalk talk and
quarter, 1S-I at the half and 25-14 E. P. Whitworth will give a short II
at the end of the third quarter. talk.All
Lee of Miami Edison led his are Invited.
team'scoring with 13 poinK War-
ren counted 11. BAND TO PRACTICE ,
Roy Campbell scored six points Regular practice of the Redland Start the
and MuUln five for Redland. Community Band will be held at
the Redland High School auditor-
FISh DYNAMITER HELD ium on Thursday night of next
James Thomas, colored; of week, beginning at 7:30 o'clock
Goulds was arrested Monday by and will be held at the tame place
State Game Warden Ben Flowers every Thursday night thereafter.Mr. .I
and charged with dynamiting and Staltman and his assistant New Year Right
possessing undersized fish In the teachers from the Miami University -
vicinity of the Goulds canal band will have charge of the
After a preliminary hearing before work. Every man or boy who
Justice of the Peace Sid L. wants the Instruction la invited to
Kendrlck, he was bound over to attend and take advantage of the

the criminal court in Miami. opportunity. ,;. by using \

For CouncilmanA 1

Redland Brand FertilizersWe 1J J

candidate for re-election, I solicit your

vote on the merits of my past performance. make fertilizers for beans, squash, tomatoes, po-

T.A.FEASTERDeming tatoes and other vegetables.. Notice the crops where

Redland Brand Fertilizers are being used. Quality will

show up.

Pumps and Water Systems I 1

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Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

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Call, phone or write for my prlceR.H.MAGRUDER .

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_' ,January 10, 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pave Three y

I Chronister Rests Case I Boarding House Chit i,i "Well," the comedian went on,
PLEDGESFIGHT I I On Long Service RecordI "I cant understand how some "'. this strawberry' shortcake,
things cast their name," declaredthe Until**. If they had called II
AGAINST I c. Chronister, candidate for LOCAL I.O.O.F. critical beanie I" tbartbeny stvawoak I could
re-election as city councilman, "Juet what to you meant I'll I seen Mw _""Eaito Lake

SLOT MACHINES said yesterday that if elected he ARE INSTALLEDC. bite", said the star boarder Texas) Headlight. I
I would pledge the same conscientious I
service for the future that he
has given in the past
If Elected Mayor, Will Do 'During the several terms I M. Barrow Takes Officeas TOMYFELLOW

Utmost to Keep I have served on the council" Mr. Noble Grand ; GayIs ,
Them Out Chronister said, "the citizens of
! I, Homestead have had opportunity Vice-Grand CITIZENS : '
, to observe consistent stand
Thos. my
E. KIrby, candidate for
mayor of Homestead, says that If I for anything to promote the city's c. M. Barrow was Installed noble
welfare. I am willing to rest my grand of the Homestead lodge of
elected he will do all in his power "
I case without further pleading the Independent Order of Odd Fellows -
to keep slot machines out of Home- .,
stead. In a statement of his platform at the meeting held Tuesday If elected to the office of city councilman
printed as an advertisement Cleaner City Has Been night in the lodge hall on N.
elsewhere in this luue he says: Aim, Says Dr. Hausman W. First street. I will give my best efforts for the next two years
"I am against slot machines, or Carl Hilchey of Hialeah district -
toward bond and toward
correcting our situation
deputy grand master, was
one-armed bandits', and will do Dr. Frank Hausman Is runningfor
all in my power to keep them.out re-election to the city council the Installing officer retention and development of the city's assets-
of the-'city on the record of his services as Other elective officers installed I

Proceeding to express his stand committeeman on sanitation and were: Joseph Gay, vice grand; E. namely, the light and water plant.I .
on the bond question, Mr. Kirby parks. S. Cipllnger, secretary; J:. A. Buchanan
pledges himself to co-operate and "There isn't much to say," said treasurer.
work with the pity council and he. "I have tried to keep the city Appointive officers Installed
bondholder, at an early date, to clean We have moved tons and were: Ralph Moon, right supporterto will appreciate your support on Tuesday,
get a substantial adjustment on tons of accumulated rubbish out the noble grand Luther Strick '
the principal as well as the Inter- of various sections of the city, and land, left supporter to the noble Jan 14.
est of the bonded indebtedness, we made great progress toward development grand, Carl Tweedell, warden;
which, In his' opinion, la the major of our park system during Ray Gopp, conductor; Louis Aldrich -
problem of the city, the past term. If the voters outside guardian, Rudolph I
Mr. Kirby favors giving the tax feel that my efforts In their behalf Mattson inside guardian; A. W.
payers a fair chance to redeem merit their consideration, t Jones chaplain; J:. Z. Thompson, Frank B. RueCandidate
their property now in delinquent shall appreciate their support" right supporter to the vice-grand;I,
status because of prohibitive tax A. D. Neill, left supporter to the,
rates over a period of years and Is Feaster is Completing vice-grand; O. C. Radford right i I
against selling the tax certificatesto scene supporter; G. M. Hodge, left
4-Year Holdover Term i
speculator scene supporter :
Amplifying his written state Salad and coffee were served In For City Councilman
ment in an Interview, Mr. Kirby T. A. Feaster, president of the the dining room by Mrs Jos Gay ,
said he wanted to nail any rumor present city council is a retired and Mrs C. B. Orlnold l
that he was the candidate of any farmer and business man of recognized .
person, group or clique. abllt)'. He enjoys a reputa-
"Those who know me, know thatI tion for uprightness of character
hav$ always been able to shift and is universally liked and respected
for myself, and In this election I as is evidenced by the fact
am pulling my on little red wagon that he is now completing a four-
," he concluded year holdover term to which he
was elected In 1133 by virtue of r'
being one of the two candidateswho VITA LESS GAS
City Now Take received the highest numberof

Initiative! Says Morris votes .less oil. less upkeep
A short biographical sketch olMr . ,
t B,JVJH\ ri i,.candidate for the Feasterappeared a repent 4MASTIH
city council feels that Homestead Issue of this.paper.
has been on the defensive long

enough and should now take the Little Served 2 Terms
initiative on the question of adjusting
the bonded indebtednessand On Council in'Early 20'sC

lowering taxes.
"We cant expect capital to invest W. Little, a Candidate for the
in Homestead until we make city council, has been a resident of LIZ
profitable Investments possible," Homestead since 1913. He is a P.t .
he said "Lowering of the tax rate Floridian, born and reared In
will bring money for buildings, Alachua County, near Gainesville.
which means a demand for labor He came here trAYn Plant City.
and materials that will reduce unemployment Mr. Little served on the councilfor
and revive business six years in the early twentiesone
prosperity. term of four years and a succeeding -
term of two years He
has been connected with the tomato F#; ps a S
packing Industry here for the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb and
Mrs. J. A. Webb returned Monday past ten years His platform appears -
elsewhere in this issue J.
from Amerlcus, Ga., where they
were caled Saturday by the death .
of Mr. Webb's sister, Mrs Joe Bevo Webb another son and
Poole, who died after a short illness djughter-ln-luw, here during the PC LUX(STOUT asses
1933 Christmas holidays.

Frank Mrs. Poole Webb visited and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs Mrs. READ THC WANT ADS More miles of pleasure e a more money In your pocket when you drive


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I And now the Florida Tax Revision I IIIU''" 111111. i point of arrival As a 14
HEM ARCHER.RWtor: i LEGAL TALENT Head tti W04n t1.ni rl"- w Qpeenberg must contact -
League ha been pokln' 'round =,, ts- .1 I I 0
1o't".J' :;. t.I "tIn 't strata of life That he
Entered M Merad ..... Mull j among the statistics again and i* aloha ,

matter !Starch S, im, at the pout I all broke out In a fever on accountof (Continued From Pale One) Rollins College was i vibrations is evident in his P )
.die* at IIODlM"'". Florida, under' dtoeavwte' that while the coat approved PWA project for rebuilding and his new book "Off the E'Wheel" :
the Ml ef March I, 1171. founded. In 19JS the half century '
machinery and reconstructing -
I volume to
of keepta' sews "contented" in a own It
reached and a golden
Hi mark wa
repairing improving and extending close at hand. From
Florid Increased 404%, the
SUB. PRICE lt.* A TSAR : has anniversary of the founding was ,
the line of the municipal tf;
., many fine things In this little
cost ef 1I1I'I1)1in' our children with cel brated. All Florida should I
light and water system. Due to .: ,
UIQ 1 quote but one:
j-.a education ha decreased 65%" ,
Interested In this but
have been ) 1
10,000 A YEAR I failure of required official: formsto I
ar the league want to knowhoWeou PHILOSOPHY
most of us have ben too busy to <<
Infantile until last Friday morning
paralysis (acute anterior -
poliomyelitis) account for I our four-legged dumb additional help wa ncocssiry give much attention to any of the 1"1 know that tint will tala e )

J7.28 per cent of the cripple I animals are more Important than to detailed plans off Institutions of educational valueIn I thing that are, .r
among ahlldnm. Every: year some out two-legged ones. to Jacksonville by Jan. 6.the dead' our fair state of Florid At I That I must watch and wait
10.000 youngsters are truck down, I Accordm' to figures dug up line Ml It was explained in response present m great man 1* at the headof I comes my turn; ,
and in epideqxte year the toll ol Ir the League last week the cost to question from N. T. He:. Rollins. Hamilton Holt I* president I I know some ends are short, i 10I
this disease Increases to 40000. operatin' our school from 1926. Courtney. In the audience, I' to and he peak ef his programas I stretch out tar
VnliJ eofltparaUvely short time 27 through 1931-34 hal decreasedfrom why the city engineer could- not "an adventure In eommon I Some candle muff and some ,
ago *o little was known about the $I20J8I.87Z to the mere pit. handle the project It was moreover range education." For twenty- :, burn and burn;
disease that the stricken one were I lance of "11D 3.S3UI In that considered advisable because five yr Hamilton Holt was an I know for every night there eo
absolutely without hope.It period, while at the same time the of the scope and nature of the editor of a m'alllntheft ten a day, 1e
wu the first President Roose- number of pupil cared for has In* project to employ a consulting engineer yean ago he came to Florida to For every sob or sigh there I Is?
Volt who tint itlrred public interest created from 370,728 to 382510. I I of Mr. Sydow's standingand be president of Rollins. It has smile, JM
in cripples bjr Inviting t* the I The League point out that the 'I experience with public works been hard work, but h* lay nothing That only change can build f|
White House in 1909 the octal children of today are the citizen projects. For his services he will worth while I* *asy. We have pleasant way, >|LAnd
worker conference on dependent of tomorrow and contend that it receive $11000 from the project's Just received the Rollins College keep despair from dulling]
Children The desire for knowledge is more important to develop goodcitizens I appropriation for engineering pur.poms. Bulletin for December, "a record every mile.
with which to conquer Infantile I than to produce- better of the conception, formation end We are the snow beneath the i summer
paralysis wa intensified by the I livestock. I Bid for the work, for which I establishment of Florida's oldest sun
sufferings of the victim of epli 1 Maybe so, but If Florida 1* t4 $41,818 has been approved: will be Institution of higher education." And learn at last that death U i a.
demies In Vermont and New York maintain her supremacy from the 1 received at tine city hall between You should read this bulletin even way kind,
during the period of 1814-11 18, standpoint of heifer on the highway I I.. m. and I p. m., Monday, Jan. If you are not especially interestedin That when the final round of 1 1I life
we gotta spend more money 13. "Institutions of learning." It ,
When In New York City alone 874 ,- runt
surviving children required I proUctln our cattle. Just Imagine I A motion calling on the business might make a good sale talk when It matter little what w* leav
clinical treatment how we'd feel If w* were to wake houses of Homestead to co-oper. you are trying to persuade some behind. *

And now another President Up some fine morning and find ate with the mayor and city council man of note to make Florida his But this my wish as things go movIng
Roosevelt I that California or some other en- In keeping slot machine out of the home. I past; ,_
taking the lead In this
i terprisii commonwealth could let Jack Is primarily and faith be mine unto
treat, tight against the icourgo I! city by refusing to owners place Probably Greenberg That love
point with pride to havln' more them on their premises was unanl' a lawyer and a good lawyer the last." '
that can In few days, sweep up I I
and better highway cows than w* mously adopted Mayor Bird said too we are told but It I* quite
a child In the full bloom of health I have You Some of u* Will cut that out ndj
I gotta think of that.
that several business men already r possible h* will some day be prii -
and and cut pain.him Tremendous Into a pit advance of terror Then another thing, the politician I approached by slot machine agents, i inertly a poet, for as a poet he has I: carry It Around with us to read an
know that the only hope they have volunteered this co-operation, I not only arrived but Is well on his reread In a moment ot qui|"t or a 1
made In
are being
research method

of treatment and hive of stayln' on the gravy-train and he believed others would way to Join the small group of moment of stres May love and *
preventive I depends on an abundance of bull pled support In the fight if requested I modern poets who leave those who i faith be your and mine until th* ,
meaiturei All over the countrythe
and. baloney, on one hand andiron a to do sq. I have merely 'arrived Just at the last
bottle li being waged that will
01 dumb votes on the other
"' it 1* hoped, eventually itamaj out \so why wouldn't they be liberal
the dread disease entirely. with fL IDAr
t appropriation for the Jive, g M
,4' In 192J President Roosevelt alga stock board and chlnchy with the *T
'f covered Unit bathing In the water, schools
l\\' at Warm Spring was particularly!i If the school folks want more

,. ITicaclouk In helping money, Instead of havln' "hyster
''q;, paralysis victim He .Inf.ntil'l ics" they ought to develop a nice
:W pressed with his own and 'epidemic of "ticks" or ".crew':'
Improvement that he decided In I I worms" and then they could-get

tae ta conduct some experimental ,"support from the federal government
'work, Twenty-three patients were 'I' as well a* the state and county
placed under observation and at I .
the end of their tatatmwit a detailed I Of noun they might wind up
report of each case was mad |I by drowqin' every third( child w ,
to three prominent orthopedic plowln' under a tot of third, widen

Illr OOl. Each expressed unqualified I I but the increased 'P$>roPrl*. LAST O'P- -
approval of the establish tlons would more than offset that -
meat of a hydro-therapeutic ten I I But If the Tax Revision League V5 MAY nmGAC 6'
ter at Warn Spring and on July keeps on "discpvwln"1
this and '
28, 1927 the Warm Spring Foundation II that about the operation of our ,INDIAt'j CMI};' S ,.

wa Incorporated 1 state government it may result In
Op the night of January "3.. : a lot of folk gettln' "educated"
the rmldent',141h birthday, more !'!who are not supposed to be and UL .Y

than Ova thousand cities and towns i when that happen It will( be -""y" ,,
all over the United States wllll day oath* Wabash" and no oolin'',
1 1tart. I
unite I In their third country-wide'' $

.). The purpose of this birthday ,, from these disease. every year. -
ball for the President is to establish :,: (2)) Having syphilis and being; w11O STARTED ftYtUSOM tWA9.1
through the direct help of cured does not prevent anothercase '
h the citizens of th* country an endownwnt '::, developing: upon renewed ** "
,(! fund. *o that the Georgia ', posur to the disease. SfOI aH BANANAS

p,. Warm Springs Foundation and I (1) Syphilis .Is one of the few .
'\;' other agencies engaged In the tight diseases that are hereditary "SJiU

against Infantile paralysis may I i I[ of the father to the third and 1t.t
tarry on the national crusade fourth generation."

nty per cent of the proceeds SeV'-1 I (4)) Fewer primary cases of
go to the community In which syphilis are Innocently acquired ,
are raised; thirty per cent ,, than of any other disease. The .
sent to Warm Spring foundation I I @@'
And the best of It is that Sb!

one can take part It .vetJ'-1 I (9)) Syphilis Is ono disease that
vn be done In n spirit tould be completely stamped out I

sacrifice, for there art few who ,, If each Individual would will that
will not enjoy the birthday bell I he would not have it I
',,' for the President, fio go to the;I (') Syphilis U no* disease that
ball and be gay. Be doubly gay,:[I there lens vaccine or serum to
tat your food time will be doubled \' prevent I* I* one disease that the I lss 1MRGj
ky the Satisfaction ef knowing that j i Individual who has it in primary

you are doing good. i i,I stage eon blame on no one but I
If you d. not cur to go buy htaMlf.&r.. F. M, Register in the
ticket anyway. Progressive Firmer : scAl.tsb, uut

.1 I I AND %Al ., MAKE USnoafak

feX FACTS ALL HOVUJ "hero Vito


t (j) SnUi ia the most prevtl- I A FUrMa
war epee actocVy started over some died
have, In 1D14 I NEW TBAfi EKSOLVTtUM! supreme control vr his subject for meal
lint disease that we stolen bananas Ubabl to obtain
reparation for
years About testy warriors and their families
in the German army there, wire 19 I Editor'LtfKter-Interprbe: the ./ hU banana
I ravaging garden in the Big
wore kit la Florida from which the Semi
ease of venereal disease per Her t* my unfailing New Year'sresolution present
:1 Cypress by vveruaent surveyors In 1151, BILLY not* dewend4 +
thousand tidier. In the United : I'll TRY to live to suit
State* army In 1S!. there were 187 ,,myself." BOWLEGS. Sea of Florida' fanum Seminole ",
CUll per theuaand w 39 ewes of I I T. .& KVKTZ. I ckjfv awl tie tape And upon Ltat B8J 1I1f' The SNOOK, wH known Florida game dab J

syphilis per thousand. In the same,, Homestead, Fie, Jan. I, 1831.I and lilt l'Ut1..woaadlJlr the o4'leer and several hA "...*" 01\ It gills These "..." give usher- .
in the I I of his Sea TU episode really started DM last
year it Was estimated that men plenty of trouble *e they will sew? the
tfvttian population Of the United1States I I In Jut a Mhmt : Indian W*. la Florid, which ended 'feW, \ with troncw *f dose .nl!tw wiN leaders are used

M out of every Inherited I, Hap "The geologist *Wnk" nothing -1 the removal 01 Dewlap and about IflO Indiana m caiunit. This denizen ef South Florida waters

syphilis.lth et Acquired or I of a thousand ,..n. tola* West. Tk.* teminated O* Florida armor i* capable of patties a stUT battle'ajwl will put
time If 14, 11 wa Sap: "OoIhl! 1 lent one ten dot- p
At Mm same : at the lad great Seminole chief who had UM best of
...tI'u1bai\,, :sq.OO!) eeple diet{t taro JIlt, yight1Gt, i. J arse light tackle) to testLJ

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I FVMav. Jamiarvlfr.( ] 8. : THE ; LEADER a ENTERPRISE Pare Fly. dJrrw

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Ii plred term of Ernest P. Roberta, It-tlorcvlng. sermon:

TRAIL TO LIONS who resigned, was re-elected JIM= W. HATHAWAY.w"wwMMMlM.N.IwNwwlwM ..., _ .. Xbe" Testy: Days of Jesus
Y.w1.wMwlwwwMw M.wwwwThe .
president tt the Homestead Townsend After the ResarrecUon"evesing ; ;
Club at the club' first annual HONOR ROLL seniors have not sent off : temperance content

meetng held In the Neva King First .echAUIoI: : Smith, Betty their orders for invitation andcods Jan. -Prayer: service subject 4 "
Pan-American Movie to Cooper School auditorium Sunday Watt Sarah Vtttlen, Ruth Engel yet although they have made : "The! 'Beloved Disciple." ,

Be Exhibited Tuesday ( afternoon. Other officers: elected 'I Modine Chubb, Grace Burry, Ruth their selection

Night at Club DenA were S. F Matthew, Craft Margaret Gaby, William CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
dent; B. P. Pullen, v\ceo-prftl.1 Ingram, Wade John, W. .... Ken- CHURCH ,
The basketball team didn't fare
T. A. Feaster treasurer.An nedy Edward" I Jan. Ittepfo Lessees-serason
Pan-American. Airway flm, so well Tuesday night against Miami i
Over the Lindbergh Trail" will advisory board of six members 1 Second grade: Warren Cash Edison. Redland took one of I+ : "SaarsastaL"t III
be shown Tuesday night at the den was ceded u* follows; P B Leon Edwards Earl Smith, Kathleen the wont beating In years. The
of the Lions Club of the Redland Bird J:. A. Ennla, E. H. CalUber, Jackson, James Edsel Campbell score was 20-41.
District in Silver Palm to members J. A. McCauley, Rufus Graham Bruce Wagner, Esther Ku- i TROPICAL* .:;
of the club and their guest, I and J. Mu aelwhU.. fcldt, Joy Lee, Charlotte Murray,
,George Cooper chairman of the Mr. Oallaher lad the members Annie Stewart, Lenora Williams, The report card were given out I i MDNKEY t JUNGLE
January program committee an- In singing and piano accompaniment VIda Ruth Stanley, Frank Shepherd Tuesday and Wednesday.The .
flounced "Wednesday. wa played by Mr*. 3. I.. Irene Cox, Helen Dent, Emi i I I .ONLY
Thin film baa been attracting West ma Engel, Martha Lucke,.. I MONKEY
junior are not doing !
a great deal of attention in the |I The regular weekly meeting of Third grade: Junior King, Wil- I about their,Junior play anything yet- I JUNGLE
Miami ana and points north," Mr. the club will be held at 2:SO p. m. letta Thompson, Nellie Lloyd but when they do start It will be IN THE U.S.
!Cooper said "The production it this coming Sunday At the meeting Alice Kirk, Verdle Coalman, Evelyn .! good Mrs. Megee U the public
beautifully photographed with, full Douberly, Anne Grant Eldith :
to be held the following Sunday I speaking teacher '
u a Junior
sound accompaniment and recently :Robert Hampton Louis Gaby, Melba Collins HalallB Drive weal
,Jan. If,Natha J. state sponsor, so she will be a lot of
wa ahown before 700 Kathleen Campbell Leonard of Naraaja Road
pel'lOlIIat area manager at the Townsend i help In the play
the Miami BIltmore Hotel, Coral Club of Florida, will be the speak Dent Philip Benson, Charles Admission Ills
Gable. where it received great Cbvnbers, Joe Bill DuMond, Beverly ;

praise. .er.Test Burkhart The senior are busy In

Dr. 3 C. Zamora, professor of Cows for Bang'sDiseaseOwners Fourth grade: Lydia Bogardt They have to answer a En'lltb'j
political science: at the University: Dick Campbell, Lincoln Canon, contract on Shakespeare
of Havana who is now exchange Urged Irving Hooker Verna Anderson play. "The Tragedy of Maebrth" I

professor of the same subject at Donald Grafe Charley Dent Lamar It also look like the "tragedy of NEWT G. BALL
the University of Mlamf, wan The following; warning was Issued .j Griffin Webster Williams John- the seniors."

speaker Tuesday night of this week to owner of milk nie Andrews, Margaret Stillman, Notary PubUo ,
week. Branded aa a radical th'l cow in the Redland District/ : Kathleen Wagner. The American history class riB! 1XMTRADICB AND '

ing the Machado regime and "We, the undersigned physiciansOf Fifth grade: Jane Brawn Martha I members are working on their term "-DREU USES

pelled a* toe conservative by the Redland District urge all January Barbara WUIams, i papers a them written on tome u X. fcran ....
ident Grau San Martin, Dr. Zamora I person owning milk cows to have John Benson, Elvira!: Burry, Faye part of American history.
urged tolerance of other I them examined for Bang's disease, Campbell Christina Torbert. I II
forms of government and study of which I Ie prevalent In herd In I I
Sixth grade: Walter McVicker,i
socialism, racism or other The order ha gone out to bear
any northern Dade County, and which Leila Ball Theresa Daniel, Jewel
down on the seniors. Look outseniors
of I
school thought With the object of
must be checked before it
spread Hodge. Carol Virginia Lee, Muriel
or tome will be seniors
any worth while feature I
to cow in the Redland District"Bang's Lott, H. M Amen, Blair Hlckaon,
of each to merge with good features I next.. .. yew.. .. also. I -
Carl J. Wilbur --
disease abortion Llndgren, p.
of other la an effort to causes an Murphy, -
the Ideal approximate In bred cows, and person I Peoples Marie Basher, Sophie
and Franklin Bryant, drink]"! milk from these cows are fBorllr4t, Nellie Cain, Myrtle Ca- I
subject to undulant fever son, Jeanette Cox, Rita Dent Marjorie ,
twin Miami University students,
played a xylophone duet. Visitors "Cow owner wishing to have Fogk. Nathaline Griffin,
included County Solicitor: Robert tent made tot Bang' disease can Betty Ann Marshall, Babble Simpson i FOR
B. Taylor of Miami. make arrangement contacting Jo Hello Slagle, Jane Grant I MAYORa
Charles E.: Ewing at Homestead. Seventh grade: Harold Delaney,'

Iiut'II: Glrf: Scout* Win.... r ''"MJfxfprtp'an M. D. Bobby riehef Henry Dixon Louis

Honors< irAU Day CampFor ," ", CjPjPJahaB. Tower;,! M. D." gait Price Myrtle, Lillian Stanley Andrew., Wanda, Mary Sickle En-

Scattered Eighth grade: Lydia Vlhlen,I
cooking and eating two bal Vforto January. Marie Neill, How.
anced meal with only a cup and Pat was employed on an engineering I and Crouse.
a knife apiece and a cocoa pot, job a few miles out of Los
the Homestead troop of Girl Scouts Angeles, and wa carried to his| Ninth gradeEmily: Engel, Dorothy 1
received special mention at the all work by an train, which Grant Marjorie Griffin, AlmaJane
express a candidate for mayor I wish to Inform the olUaen et
day camp of Dade County Scoutsat accommodatingly slowed up near'I' Llndgren.
Oreynolds Park near Ojus, Friday the scene of his labors.. One morn- Tenth grade; Mildred Cox Margaret Homestead, especially those whom I wilt not be able to contact In
Nine troops were pretentThe /inghowever the train rushed Albright Mary E William,
Mary Ann Brown Betty Blake person as to what I stand for and will pledge myself to carry: out
Homestead troop and the through the cut without reducing
Miami Beech troop each made I speed ,and the superintendent of Arcelia Parman Nora Greenwood, to the lied of my ability If elected. *
scores of 100. Points considered In ,I the Job looked in vain for Pat. At'| Jock Turner Glenn Glldden Gordon -
this scoring were: arriving on time last he saw a much-battered Irishman I| Cross Kenneth Hawks E. J.
Graham, Clement Russell I will enforce the law *f he city In a fair and Impartial
neatness of baggage while arriving ; limping back down the ties
and leaving appropriateness of I I "Hello Pat! ho cried, "Where' Eleventh grade: Mary Fisher manner
dress, Twelfth grade: Marjo Matey,
troop menus I did you get off?
nt1-- I Emily Payne Yvonne Prother*
("campy, ), Pat turned stiffly, and waving ;
cooking efficiency, originality and his hand toward the steep embank : Virginia Delaney. I am against the "one-armed bandits," er slot machines

efficiency In serving meals, con. ment sighed, "Oh-all along here". ; Vacation days and will de alibi my power to keep them oat ef the city.I .
dition of camp site after camp i -Ex are over
was broken, inspection throughout So back to school we go
the training period (not ate designated To read our lesson over think that the major problem of our oily todar: I* the
The Inspired SoJiiUou Through the day that goes so slow.
time), and general attitude
and camp spirit I There was some cold pudding at bonded debt and will sledge myself to _operate wltb the city I

The training schedule consistedof I lunch time, and Mamma divided it Whether anyone else had a good council and bondholder at au early date to get a substantial
: pioneering, judging of heights equally between Willie and Elsie. vacation or not one pair did. This
weights and distances, nature Willie looked at big pudding, then i pair 1* Mill Goodman and Billy adjustment eat the principal u well M a greatly reduced rate

study, folk dancing, map making,i at his Brother's empty plate. Russell They surprised the whole .t InterestI
Ore building and songs "Mamma hit said earnestly, "I :' school by getting married, and .
The Homestead troop was under can't enjoy my pudding when you 'I now we call our English teacher
I haven't Take Elsie's". Mrs. RusselL I would else like to see were steer' property pot back en
the leadership of Mrs. Frank Skill, I any: .
captain, and Mrs. E. H. Rice, lieu the Ux roll, giving the people the first chance to redeem their
tenant The others who made the I
I property. I would be against selling the Ux certificate toe
trip were: Mrs A. F. Arthur, To Taxpayers and Votersof
Mary France Arthur Elizabeth I IIIcDwaln. M4er at great reduction for speculation
Mary Jo Close :Elizabeth -' Homestead

Morton Skill and Athley Mr*. Rlcet,Kemp.tittle Wava eon I I theM M best that I "I Ins Fee of seas ., the thing for rurtheriBere. I premise you that yew any feel free to talker

Surry I which win stand should I have the honor ., being a member ef eensalt with me at any time regarding the city': buslntee with
the breakfast the Mid city: _1IdI.
On i
menu were It t* ny desire to, ee-eperate In every way possible with the the assnusee that you will ... .extended the tame .......
devil on pitchfork, sausages I officials and taxpayer of Homestead to adjust the tax situation to
cooked on stick, rolls, cinamoabun where peal pert,. owners cat fay their taxea. It to aUo my desireto UentlM as la the past.
and cocoa. On. the dinner assist the officials .. the city: to every way: Possible <. the
menu were lamb chop and pork enforcement ef Its ......._ I am not In favor .( thea doing your veto and support will be greatly appreciated
chop broiled on sticks, lettuce, buslnea fas Ilemeatead Mt being fully protected by: Uw. I am
fradishe, mayonnaise, rolls and to favor ef the employee of the city being men of geed character
I apricot with man; who knew: hew to treat the pejbUe with ce rtey: a* well a* hew
M Mr the SMuey: paM thaw for their serrlee Thos. E. KirbySurveys
If the above pony Is acceptable to you, I will appreciate
Mr. X: "A sponge cake for dessert year vote and rapport
H X: "' .. J sponged the C. W. LITTLE

egg, from Mr*. Jones, th# flour

, from Mrt. Brown, the milk: from CAP1MTE FOR CITY COUNCILMAN
. Mr*. Smith and the sugar from MapsA.
Mrs Johnson"


j floating ., say kind at say Registered Land Surveyor
M. D. \COBSEX, prop.iS .
U- W. delivery coarsea"4. I
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Page Six THE LEADER,ENTERPRISE Friday, January 10,1936k

I daughter, Mr: ell Mn R. B. who accompanied them visited In "r'"
Reeves, and another daughter, West Palm Beach with Mrs Flora I
I Mile Evelyn Raufersmv Bailey and her soninlawW., A. GAOVE

In and JtroundHomestead Codd. THEATRE ; I
I I Mr. and Mrs. D, ... McKinneyof :
Homestead announce the birth MIss Mary Chalker of Kendall COCONUT ono, ,, ,
'lof an m pound son at the Hunt a former resident of Silver Palm. Shows 7 and I Admission...s n
!I hospital on Dee 30. He has been i to staying with Mrs. C. N. Bender Matinee Sat and San UtS Ii
named Herbert WendalL son and attending Redland school. to 'Po" ,'.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Horton and Mrs. L T. Nixon Is in a Miami
W. H Woods who bM been in today and to arrive at their winter grandson Blvens Wright of Rome,I' hospital recovering from a major Jones ',.' I
the Port Graduate hospital recovering I home in Redland within a week. Oa, arrived Saturday for a visit operation performed Monday in "
from an appendicitis op. "The elements have exhausted with Mr. and Mrs. Mortons son- "IVORY HANDLED ;
ration performed three weeks ego, their resources In Illinois the put in-law and daughter, )It.and Mrs. Elmer Sullivan to confined to his x 1
was removed to felt home Saturday few weeks-enow,rain,sleet,wind M. A. Murphy.Mrs. home with the mumps. GUNS"'i' ,
and I* expected to be out the I Ice, slush so we will be glad to Mickey-mouse MatineeS ;, '
tart of this week get down to the sunny South," I S. H. Huntaacker of Janes- Mrs P. B. Bird Sr., left Saturday p. m. SaturdayState ',' ,
they said In a letter to Homestead. I vtlle, Wis, who to visiting Mrs. for Jacksonville when she '
Shew-Candy-Prln* 'i 1.
Mr. Mid Mrs.L.A.Wise returned j I I Chas Conif ax in Miami this winter will visit relatives
Sunday from Hebxibah G**where Mr and Mrs. Robert Hendersonand to at present a guest of Mrs. M. A. SUNDAYMONDAYA
they pent the summer. Mrs.Henderson's brother E. 'I Mowry In Homestead Miss PrIscilla Freed spent last omrdrrt 7
I IIt. I Powell, who have been I week in South Miami with Miss But no oneremembent
I.Dunn and his .. { the holidays with relatives.pendiD'j j' Mr. and Mrs. Luther Chandler Elizabeth Thompson. ,
Miss Vera Delk of .ier-In-laW'I'I cross, Ga. returned and J. F Baldwin of Goulds spent
trip Blackshear, G Mrs. Henderson's brother, Joe I I I Monday and Tuesday Oiling at Mrs Brown Phillips and Mrs.
to- :.; back Mr*. Dxmn who has I i I Powell of Chicago, who formerly Jupiter. .. D. J:. Bashor of Goulds attended abridge
been visiting relatives there forUM lived In Homestead, returned with I party given by Mrs. Florence
put three weeks I them for a visit Ceo. E. Reed who was confinedto Crow of Miami Wednesday;
his bed- for .several. days to now
Mrs. Margaret Daniel; fourth Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Toole of able J to be up. '. MIll Evelyn Mowry of Miami
grade teacher at Redland Farm Gainesville announce the birth of a spent the holidays with her father,
:Life School Is expected to return son, Luther Chandler Toole, on Mrs. W. B. McMIllian of Tuscaloosa Fred A. Mowry, and other rela- WEDNESDAYTHURSDAYJEAN
the last of the week from Shcppardivilte Dec 28. Mrs. Toole to the former Ala. who spent the holidays Uvea.
Ky, where she was Miss Katherine Kllllnger who operated with her sister, Mrs Virginia Edwards ARTHURGEORGE
culled by the Illness of her mother I beauty parlor In Home returned to her home Fri- Robert Earl Branch is visiting MURPHY la '
who Mrs. H F. Mitchell Is substituting -
In Mrs. Deniers room. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Aebl and Mrs. R. E. Anderson and children Miss Jewel Campbell visited Mr.
little son,Billle Bush,returned last Bobble and Jean, spent Sunday and Mrs. Lloyd Sault In South
:Mr and Mrs. Carl Wagner, Mr. week to their home In Titusville with Mrs. Anderson'brother- Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Dell StilingReal t
and Mrs. C. L. OoI".t'J'' and Mrs. after spending the holidays with in-law and Sister, Mr. and Mrs.Del Drawdy In Hollywood, aRt week
M A. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mrs. Aebls mother Mrs. Virginia *In Wright In Miami. Estate
Bradley, and Mrs. Lawrence Pope I Edwards. Miss Nella Saul spent the weekend General Insurance
represented Redland Farm Life D. H. Bellinger returned Friday In South Miami with her FLORIDA cm. FLA.
School at the Florida Education: I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sparkman from Gastonia, N. C., where he brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Cot Palm AT. and"A,... B
Association meeting In Orlando : returned last week from Valdosta spent the holidays with friends He Mrs. Lloyd Sauls.Williarn ,- ,
last week. Miss Jeanne Calkins I Ga., where they spent the holidays to now confined to hip! bed with Ito
accompanied her brotherinlawand with Mrs. Sparkman's father, J. mumps. Edwards has returned "
sister, Mr and Mr. Bradley B. Patterson".. Atlanta where he to a studentat W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE .
an, the trio__ Mr. and Mrs. Geo.Campbell and the Southern College of Pharmacy ';
.n. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lindsay are Mrs J H. Dodson went to Lake :
Miss Frances Dorsey, Miss Eli the parents of a daughter Jean,, Worth Thursday of last week for FIRE, AUTO, STORM A>D UFR
nor Hayden, Miss' Kathryn Thelsen. born Dee 28 in the University a three-day visit with their brother -i I Mr. and Mrs J H. Sprinkle of rhone Mt-M
Mitt Mary Williams and Mill I hospital Coral Gables. and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs.L. SI Louis, Mo, who are spending Office MoCrory) Arcade
:Ellen Nyberg made a two-day moo i ', S. Mawry Mrs. C. W. Little (Continued on_.Pane_ Seven) ,
tor trip to South Georgia and Mrs.E.A.harper Is a pneumonia, -
North Florida and on.their return patient tn the Post"Graduate, bos4pltal
attended the Florida Education
Association meeting in Orl ndo. I
W. D.Yates returned to his home
Mr. and Mrs Augustus Wynn la Atlanta last week. Mrs. Yates
announce the birth of a seven- will remain with her uncle and
pound ion, Brian Augustus,: the aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. :E Schaff,!
Jackson Memorial hospital Miami I for a visit

Friday morning I
I Miss Florence Godwin will be
Mr. and Mrs Robert Allen of brought home next week from a Let's Get Homestead
West Point N. Y.. is visiting Hake I Miami hospital where she underwent -
Allen In Miami and J. R. Pope in an appendicitis operation.

Homestead. Mrs. W. M. Raulerson of Bar- Out of the Mire :

Mr. and Mrs.Walter K Haas and tow returned to her home Wtdnei- 1
their daughter. Miss Virginia plan day afternoon after spending a ""
to leave their Mlnonk, III, home few days with her son-in-law and

I Homestead has been on the defensive long .1

I enough. It is time now to take the initiative on

For Greater Crop. Production, i the question of adjusting the bond debt and low-

i I ering taxes to permit the city to progress and

For Finer Quality develop. If elected it will be my object to protectthe

(tae two reo.aJsiles at sveeessfol SMtsy-lannhv) taxpayers by securing the lowest possible ,
refinancing of both Interest and principal. .

Use SOILADESoilade

We can't expect capital to invest in our city

gives you these advantages until we make it possible for capital to receive a

because its process of manufacture 5 .return on its Investment. With profitable invest
blends, together in perfectly balanced menta again available here,there will be a demand ". :. -

form, mineral, collodial and organic (or labor and materials that will reduce unemployment

i plant foods, Including all of the essential ; and revive business prosperity. '

elements necessary to normal plant ; (
growth, in such manner as to Insure ;

jour plant normal. longer-lived, natural. i B. W. MORRISCandidate

growth..': '

*1 v" .' .j jj
,:, ., ; ,,
'i' '
< For,City Councilman

.' .. If, '

CARL F.' WARMER, RepresentativePhone .'- r

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Friday January 10, 1936. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven

l'1/ N -"I -- ---- -... attended the kiddle kaberet In Miami

c.. ? Homestead High School News I IN AND AROUND I NARANJA Saturday.

Vas B.C.Jaeknoti sang daughter
t r loins nod 1lattial
4. R; IIeeIL. hive returned from Jew
ADfCenttneee farming on the Tamiamt .
I II0MIFST wto are risk where they "- several day
By LEOLA LITTLE Mil are pending a few day at
JIyi. r ;, .-.-.---.------_.______.___________m__wwwr,. Mr. i'ogls's borne. MoJyot with Mr. JFMknn.

. ''',' The Christmas holiday did take grade were given health teto by' mm Pap MX Neknmta Qa., who to visiting Mill Katie MM Lake of the
J '" mind from lessons,but Mr. Summer Tueidcy. ''the Mr. and 14\1. Pogto for a few day
our our we
I II winter in Homestead; announce Jackson Memorial hospital spent
--+ t, Mr.
: will to the trail with Pogle.
Ii are new ready to study again the birth of a six and a go I the week-end with her parent.
? Some hunted some tithed, some The le.dlnll1'1 on the basketball -: half pound daughter at the PostGraduate Mr. and Mr*. Joe Lake
1 I ? went on trip and torn bad a good I team are: D. H. Delllnger hospital Friday. Mr. nd Mr P. V. Stripling and
.,; time at home. 19 point; Earl Rohrer, IB point;I daughter, Lytell and Janet have Mr*. Charles Elchenberger and
returned to their borneIn Metter
) Donald Sullivan, 13 point Earl Alee Mulliken of Eastern Md., Mr*. D. K, Banhor made a buunes
Mr and Mrs. Carl Field, Mr*. Smith made six out of even foul. who pent last winter in Homestead Gi., after pending the holiday to Miami Saturday.
j .
Mr. and M.rt. O. W. Dric..n.Mn.
Virginia! Edward Mr*. Margaret shots attempted.The ha returned for another with
:; Becker, Ceo. N. Wakefleld. Frank Hunt
,;. season. Mr. W S. of Homestead
O. A DeFrcM, Mist Ange-
'I Lucas and D. E. Moomaw were
grammar school boy are
I'Aii line Walsh Min Lucille Drtgger, wa a visitor at the home ot Mrs.a
the local teacher that attended .
among the Florida Education Association playing soccer UO.Mr Mr. and Mrs. C. IX Stone and and Mia M.rie Baihor of GoulcU W. Mathews Friday.
- son, K. W., of Asby Mass., have
!j convention la Orlando *. Webb' pupil have bought I returned to spend the season at
last and made curtain for their room.I their winter home In Redland.
The clan welcome! Mary Anna I .. For CouncilmanDuring
t, Although the senior class hat' Barncord ot Waynesboro, Fa.Mr I
lost Tom Poock who has gone to FLORIDA CITY
Jacksonville we can till study the i Mrs. W. W. ...,. CwnaprndostMr.
k *. Wynn'i room ha lost a the time I have been a member of the
"Trgedy of Macbeth" in our English pupil Mary Loin. Claxton who has rn.r.rwww.11,.11I.... --0.
r. cla<* and hop no tragedy, strived honestly and de-
gone to Georgia.Mrs. and Mr*. Chas. Topplno and council I have to serve
comet to him. Synopses of the
tory are being written \1 the I' family; expect to move to Homestead pendably. If you feel that I have done so,vote for
Flfield' clau has Jolt two this week. They have been
pupil It seems that the Chrtnuma i
I' holiday did not (uIMJ. H.I pupil, Selma Poock who bat gone living in the SUUng cottage on
to Jacksonville and Johnnie Mae Avenue B. '
Bellinger very well because he li: E. C. ChronisterFor
in bed with the mumps, Claxton who ba gone to Georgia.
Mr. Charles Young and Min
Mb R y'( room I* making Bessie Clinton of Cllntonvllle,
The junior class has lost pupil,
" snowmen and calendar for the Conn., who are spending the win- '
Pat Pooch has con to Jacksonvilleand
month of January. This class ha ter In Miami, were week-end'
Florence Godwin and Junior
a clown poster, and every time It guest of Mrs. Lucy: Clinton and CouncilmanI
King are In hospitalSIrt.
has a perfect day a redttar I* put Mr. and Mr*. Charles Clinton.
on his cult
Held now hat the illustrations f
of the character in "Can Mm Jeanette Sever returned to believe record as councilman in charge '
my .
terbury Tale" above her black-I Miss Doney1 pupil are making her home here on Monday; from
board. Three afternoon each muitety poster f the Post Graduate hospital. of sanitation and parks will merit your vote

week will be spent with, boy andgirls -
who want help with their' Mr*. Edwards' class welcome I The Florida City P.-T. A. will and support on Jan. 14
grammar. Tuesday 1* for junior,I' Philip Howard of Coconut Grove. meet next Tuesday evening at 7;
o'clock at the home of Mrt. W. W.I
Wednesday; lor sophomores and
I Severy. Everyone U cordially Invited Hausman 7
Thursday for senior I T CASES IN POLICE COURT to attend. Dr. Frank

Sever Seven case were.dlaposed of In
Jeanette t* recovering: the mayor' court this week.
from an appendix operation. Mr.1 Melvin PrqjpeBt and Louis Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Carlile and
In Moomaw'i room ha a new flag. : Crubbi, both charged with being daughter, Misses Clara and Betty,
and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart L. Shields
drunk and disorderly were
The Evangeline booklet are now' $%SO and given ten-day impended and children Gloria, Martha and
on exhibit in Min Hayden'i. room. jail sentences each. C. ,P. Johnson Walter, all,of Miami, were guestslast
Her English tenses are ndw studyCIng ; Charged with being drunk. week'' of Or. and Mr*. S. S.

grammar "I'",... ", ., forfeited a $10 bond. Shield
4 --:.... Cato Childs, colored wa fined
Student demonstrations In chemIstry $20 or ten day; in Jail for disorderly Mr. and Mr (3. Everett, Mrs.
have been very successfulthis conduct. James Long, colored Viola Johnson and D. Millard of
year. The claw it now experimenting was given a sentence ot $15 Hollywood were recent guest of
with the properties or 15 day in Jail for disorderly .Mr. and Mr*. W. W. Severy.The .
of carbon.Dr. conduct and Lula Gaines and Joe
Taylor both colored. were fined I Ladle A d;of the Community 0

Keena of the Miami Clvitan $3 or five day In Jail each for using Church met Wednesday afternoon -
Club spoke here Wednesday. The profane language ,
objective of the club la to build --
good citizen, he aid. This club
sponsors the "Shadow and Sun-

from beams"the over eighth the to radio.twelfth Children grade RIGHT NOW 'IS THE TIMFThere I

. may compete in the Clvitan essay \
contest if five pupil In the school
enter. The essay mutt be in by never ho been a better time to get .
Feb. IS and each mutt contain from I icc
of Your Own.
3 on a i e
800 to 1,000 word. The pupil
may pick his own ,
must topic althoughit The season 1 Ia light i. cot are still low i
refer to the building of
Citizenship. A liver cup la to be, 46100r O many newi low-coal loon plan are available ,
awarded to the local winner and' S
1 of
end the general building outlook one '
six scholarships win be awarded I 11
to national Winner, I EXTRAPLANT higher rather than lower coat, \tl

The sanitation class I* studying! The plan shown on this page I* an inexpen r::

th* circulatory system. FIERTI be little one-dory home, but we bar design; J J
The Pep Club went to Ida M.' lot cmy **.. *n ., or s+rl.' grebe you might '
I' Flatter Tuesday night and mad e' F ,
: good showing There are two new FOODS require fJ.et'

member. Elisabeth Mcllwaln and whole COME IN.
: talk the thing over 11.
Lucille West '
84'S In addition to the major

The seventh, tenth and twelfth t 3 plant food Nltrof en. I
rhoa-phorie Acid and'

.i WHEN ITS AN A.RyA't,.. rim{lilt. + Potash yon also get

la the average Armour

$ formula 46J3 minor

'1, and secondary plant ,
** lie a asset foods.
alit.>y ,
plod mttt sled to tnf by
mitt t;feWUfaiu. tftkitf The4 important minor I II

a pare */ ItrtOiHffXftrlfHt and secondary element Ito I

I *. are extra yet they
Nos Aems'
cost you not a penny
'Armour fert'dlrer; Works morel W* recommend

,,---not.! ......... :Armour and will be

pleased taJiandU. your. aIai
requirements.For ,

; ; Sale by wW
+ 1
--..-----( or at ear heal warehoaa
,. W. D. Home'nCo. Inc.
Patrol Service Station I. R. NIXON JIU Warehoosenuui HOMESTEAD FLORIDAJfoufefar a M. PRICK, Salesman .,


-' rHOXK It"" IIOMESTE.1D, FLA.S .1 USE ARMOUR'S ACTIVE PLANT FOODS ,Homestead, Fla. Pbojie 501.-ta




Eight. THE ENTERPRISE1'. Friday.. January 10, 1936.

I; L Social Events in South Dade ., I I

WM. RUSSELL! MARRIES the district meeting to be held In MKS.-KTHEZ.TN NBFF WEDS service and Mrs S. r. Matthews MRS. P. & BIRD. SR. IS


Russell and Mia Marguerite The club Voted'to change the Announcement WM mad this Present were: Mrs. Bert Andrews Mrs. W. R. Bird gave a luncheon

Goodman were married In the meeting dates to the second and week of the marriage: of Mr* Eth- ', Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Lee Fread, bridge Saturday for Mr. Bird'

Methodist Episcopal Church fourth Friday of each month and elyn Neil popular president of the Mrs. 11 E. Redln, Mrs. Lawrence mother, Mr*. P. B. Bird Sr., who

South in Fort Lauderdale on Dec. to make the Future Farmer clubhouse Woman1 Club of Homestead, and Mrs Butler, Mrs. C. H. Reed Mrs left Saturday for Jacksonville

28, friend In the district learned the regular meeting place. ot Luzerna,
William Draper Bishop Matthews, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Home,; Present at the luncheon were:
this weak. Mr. and Mr B. L. Announcement wa mad that December 20, at Plymouth
N. Y, on i Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Hardee. Mrs. M. a Hartman Mn E. J.
Magee of Miami accompanied the the speaker for the next meeting, Congregational Church In I .
Circle Three met at the home Dyal, Mrs. T. J. FaUlt, Mrs. Elizabeth
young couple to Fort Lauderdaleand Jan. 24, will be Principal Carl Coconut Grove.
of Mrs. S. L West on Jan. 1 Fuchs and Mrs. Landon Car-
witnessed the ceremony. Wagner of Redland High School Mrf. Bishop has been president
Mrs. E. H. Hiner and Mrs.
Mrs. S. H. Fitch was hostess to ney.
The bride I* daughter of Mr. who will talk oil "Democracy"This of the Woman's Club of Homesteadfor Given Victor joined the to
Circle at her home
Four on Kings
and Mrs J. B. Goodman of Miami Is to be all open meeting to several ternft, and she has beat the afternoon.
She received an A. B. degree in which both men and women are prominent member of UM Study Highway on Jan. 2. Mrs. Cather-
a for
invited. ine Pickard, the leader, presided.Mrs. Another party Mrs. Bird was
the college of education of Florida Club and Garden Club.
Holllster Sage conducted the given by Mrs. Hiner on Thursday
State College for Women at Tail** Fifteen name were on the char- Homesteadin
live In
They plan
devotional service, Mrs. A. .L. afternoon, and a third party for
bas in 1934 and is now teacher ter list which wa turned over to
the winter and in Luzemo In
Lanier tang a solo, "I Would Be her was given( Thursday night byMrs
of English in Redland High School. Mrs. Betterley. Four of thesetrainee
the summer. True." Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mrs Hartman.W. .
The bridegroom la the elder were of new membersMrs.R.
Julia Polk and Mrs. A. J. Van
IOn of Mr. and Mn. W. H. Russell H. Fitzpatrick and Mn C. L. KVLE-FORTENBERKr
Marter also took part in the pro1I'Im. C MEMBERS ASSISTIN
of NaranJ He. graduatedfrom Ooley, who were not present and MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED
Rcdluid High School in 131 I Mrs Abbia M. Groan and Mrs. Ben '
Announcement this week of the
Mrs. W. U Coker, Mr. and Mr.
1 Others Mrs. AlvlnCampbell
present were:
and i* now connected with South Bigger I
of Miss Katharine Kyleof
marriage J. T. Martin, Mrs. Ellen Martin,
Mrs. T. D. Plche and
Dade Growers in Goulds. Others present were: Mrs. Grace Naranja to Charles Fortenberry, FitchSUSS I Miss Nelliemae Martin Miss Cleo
Miss Valera
They art making their home at Campbell of Hlaleah, Mrs May S. also of Naranjn, In West Palm Carter, Mia Bonnie Groover and

2061 S. W. Seventh attest, Miami. Nests of Kent; 0., Mr C H. Billings Beach on July 8,came as a surpriseto LUCILLE-DRIQGERS I Elmer Martin attended a Joint Installation -

of Miami, Mrs. L. L. Bow, their many friends In the Red- of Allapattah Grove,
Farreyra, land District Woodmen' Circle, and Bougain-
BRIDE TO IIOME8IEAD Stewart, Mrs. A. C. Boston Mrs Miss Lucille Crigers, daughterof
Mrs. Fortenberry Is the youngest Mr and Mrs. O. W. Draggers. villea Grove in Miami Monday
Announcement I* made of the Mary F. Dickinson, Mrs. Wm. M. daughter of Mrs. A. O. Tripp of honored with surprise birthday evening. Mrs. Coker was the installing
wa a -
marriage of E. Bernard Blackburnof John, Mrs Myers, Mrs. Collier Naranja. She was graduated from party given New Year's nightat chaplain and Mrs. Martin

Homestead to Miss Patricia I I and Mr*. Ben-Archer. RedUmd High School In 193}. the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. served a* attendant.NNNNN"wN11."INIIN..LMMI"N"N"NIIINMNM.
Member of the Homestead and
Jones of Like Helen, Fla., on Dee. Mr. Fortenberry If the son of A. DeFrese in Naranja.
Hialeah B. and P. W. C. gathered
12 at the same of the bride'
parents -
Mrs. C. F. t'ortenberry of Chlvers,
Monday evening at the home of Games were played and dancing The CalendarJan.
Mr. and Mn. D. Jones of He Is of Pinola
Miss. graduate
Mrs. Agnes I. Eaton in Hlaleah asa a wa enjoyed throughout the
Lake Helm. The Rev. C. Fred High School in Mississippi and has -
i birthday surprise for Mn. Bet- evening.
Blackburn of Orlando retired been connected with the J. E. i 13-Garden Club meetingat
I terlf,. Mr*. Betterley, however The cake decorated
Methodist pastor and father of the birthday was
Campbell trucking business since home of Mr*. M. P. Kenney.Jan. .
wa called to Miami Just before the
with seventeen pink candle Hot
bridegroom performed the marriage -
he came here from Mississippi two 14 Business meeting ofWoman'
meeting which she thought
wa chocolate and marshmallows, also
ceremony. Club of Homestead.
a regular meeting of the Hialeah years ago. IIm4- *
Mr. Blackburn <* teacher of public clu1I-4nd wa not able to get back They will make their home in Jan. 15-Meeting of the Worn
peaking in Homestead High before It Naranja.W. Present ware: Mr. and Mrs. De an' Club of Homestead in clubhouse. -
School. He I* a graduate of wa over. Freae Mrs. Draggers, Miss Dr.err .,- .
Those from the Homestead
Southern College at Lakeland. club present were: Mrs. L. L. Bow, M. V. CIRCLES: miss! Lillian SwlUey, Miss Jan. 1}-Areme Club meeting

Mrs. Blackburn<<; was graduated Mr*. Clna Stewart Mrs. Wm. E. HOLD MEETINGS Margaret Albright Miss Carlotta with Miss Helen Livingston.Jan. .

from high school at Crescent City, Myen Mrs. .. r. Collier Mrs. Circle One of the 'Women's Missionary Ames Miss MIa Gwendolyn Campbell, Homestead Home Demonstration

Fla., and front Southern Collage Mary Ferreli Dickinson, Mrs. BenBigger Union of the First Baptist Mary Elinor Williams Min Club meeting. t

She baa been teaching in the Plant *, :Mrs. Abbie M. Gross; Mrs Church met at the home of Mrs. Clara Sayers, Miss Angelina Jan. is-Redland Home Demon
Walsh Burton It H. and E. t.
City school Ben Archer: and Mia Inc. Bevls. Art Reichert Monday when program station Club meeting.
Graham and their guest, Murray Jan. 170. E. 8..tnesting in t: ,
They hive room at the C. H. was given by Mrs. G. A. West, of
Slgnum Saint Augustine Wil-
Shad MISS HELEN WESTIS Mr C. R. Blgtatt. O. O. F. hall. ,
residence. ,:Mrs E. E. Altman, lard Hendenhot Daniel
Jan. IS-Areme Club rummage
SUB-DEB HOSTESS Mn. Frank Irwin Mrs. W. R. Charles .
Ekhenberier. Jr. Wilson
MISS NINA EDNA JACKSON The Sub-Deb Club held Its I Cheshire and Mrs J. Tom Vann. Walsh and Rudolph : I"c town. J

MARRIES ROT BJOEKMANMr I weekly meeting at the home of Others present were: Mrs. Jennie Homestead P.-T. A.Dad' .

and Mr*. R. C. Jackson of Mill Helen Wilt Wednesday evenIng I Smith Mrs. A. E. Smith, Mrs. oJam.n---j Night program at 8 p. m. I
CIRCLE: ONE GIVES Jan. 21-Meeting of Woman'sClub
Naranja announce the marriage of During the business session, Earl Cravey Mrs C. E. Saundersand Q
of the Redlands In
their daughter Nina Edna, to Roy Miss Bobble Sumroerlin wa voted Miss Lillian Johnson. clubhouse.
Ernest: BJorkman son of Mr. and Into the club Women's Jan. 22-Redland Home Demonstration -

Mr. Ernest Workmen of Silver Tea'and cake were served to Circle Two met at the home of of the First Baptist Church held Club work meeting at t/

Palm drive. The ceremony was those present-a guest. Miss Faye Mrs. J. T. Vand and continued the Its January meeting in the church 8 30 a. m.

performed In Fort Lauderdale on Rogers of Miami, and the members study of the year book. Mrs H. Wednesday afternoon when Circle Jan. Homestead Home Demonstration JJ
J. Davis was appointed social One presented the program. Club work meeting at
January II by Judge Boyd An- Mill Marcie Gautens, Miss
derson. Virginia Frlck. MU Mabel Williams chairman, Mrs. T. E. Kirby and Mrs. E. E. Altman, the leader, 9:30 a. m. t
Iva Mrs. E. L. Lawrence put on an was in charge. Others taking parton Jan. 23 Woodmen' Circle /
Dyal and the hostess. -
The bride I Is a graduate of Red- t
Miss Helen West. enlistment committee and Mr*. the program were: Mrs. Geo. A. meeting at Pacetti home at 8- p.
land High School in the class of Annie Butler and Mrs. W. D. Horne
West, Mrs. Frank Irwin, Mr*. My
1934 The bridegroom, aim, attended I )II. AND URg. FARMAN were appointed to visit the tick. rick.Mr*. C. R. Bigger, Mrs. Ches m.Jan.. 24-Meeting of B. and P. t
the Redland school and I
ENTERTAIN COMUS CLUB Mrs. C. N. Waker who was a ley Saunders and Mrs. W. R. Ches W. C. in Future) Fanner clubhouseat :
later, the Riverside Military Academy visitor, announced that a prayer hire. t p. m.
Mr. and Mrs C J. Parman were 1I
In Gainesville, Ga.
i I meeting service being held every Jan. President's ball at
host to the Comu Club members
The young couple will reaUle for Monday morning in The business '
preparation regular meeting of Homestead Country Club.
sod ten Jan. 2
guest em at their
the present with the parent tt for a revival which U to be held the Woman' Club
of Homestead
Jan. 9.1-O. E. S. pot-luck upper
home on ,NorU Krome avenue. If
the bridegroom. Mrs. J. H. Webster and E. A. Ames I IO D. She also spoke on the Prove win be held Tuesday .30: o'clock two member and husband IJ II

won the club prize, and Mrs. W. Me club of tithers.Mrs. In the clubhouse. All membersare Feb. J-Junior Woman' Club
i FEDERATION PUBLISHER j Vann led the devotional asked to be present. meeting in clubhouse at I p. m. I
VISITS B. AND P. W. 0. D Yates and H. P. McDanMU the
r a
Mrs. Gertrude T. O'Neill of Miami guest pr....*. r /

publisher ot Tha Florida TH11 Included: CoL and

Buslneu Woman", official publication Mrs. Alva La*. Mr. and Mr*. X. A. ,.

of the Florida Federation of Mattock of Atlanta, Mr. and. Mrs. J

Business and Professional Club, A. F. Arthur. Mr. and Mr*. Me-

wart a speaker at the pot-luck dinner Daniel and Mr. and Mr*. Yates TIE PKESkWS MESSAGE TO (MESS STRESSED r
ot Atlanta.
given by UM Homeetead'Buai.?
ness an* Prafaesionsl. Women' Club members present were: Mr.

dub at the home of Mrs. B. F. and Mix Lee H. Lehman Mr. and PREPARE aSS FM ANY EMERGENCY

Collier In Florida City; Friday Mrs E. H. Hlner, Dr. and Mr*.
Frank Hausman. Mr. and Mrs.H. -
everting. Mr. Lute MM Harrison
of Miami, MuperviMr of education E. SchtfT. Mr. and Mr Webster

under thewTA.. explained reOUlreoMwta I Mr. and Mr*. Amex, Mrs and

,,1 for classes and opportunity Mr Mrs*. Par-nan.W. K Walton and Mr. and Foreseeing your emergencies in ease of sickness has been our

for -teachers pi. her AMalod. ,

A toc*4 teethe should be business In Homestead and the Redland District Jot years i-.and In .,

owed ,for the prcowed Spanish

***, ah*' said: Eva EsteBe Saffivaa all these yean our stock has been so complete that both you And '

Mr Vim Btterler .f Hialeah, 'I
-. ,district director announced the; Teacher of Pianoforte yonr doctor knew thai whatever remedy- your tkkness demanded \.,,.

appointment" of Mrs. ..... E. My BEGINNERS A BpKCIALTT f t ** A ** ;
E. naweatcadAnnie could be obtained. "
Irta. local program chairman: a* HI If. tad Ae ; .

eUatrraaft *f panel_dbxuttton at_. I I1 "" '" .. \

'. .

I .."""t' .

; Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate .. . :

it, \\1- Oberlln Conservatory and Royal The Dixie Drug .

t ., Conservatory of Leipzig .

.. -

:.i ,PIA.NOFORTE AND THEORY Your Rexall Start -' .


Near Biscayne Drive. _f one = i i ,

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Friday, January 1P, 1936. THE LEADER. ENTERFnIS Pap Nine

; CLUB TO But CURTAINS Alice BuMtn. home Improve meat

FOR L O. a F. HALLThe Homestead F. F. A..News I csalrntea.showed us the home...-

F. L. and T. Cub on Tueeda.jrt -I By- Tommy Moffett prtvemne record books and ex-

I Social Events I ts first, meeting this yeas. I.4e4ne4 the third year work.
oWtfxt to Our new curtain for' --------1 Reporter and Publicity Chairman

the 1. O. O. F. halL I I Leola Little read an article
Mn Margaret Gay and Mn.CertBelle Chapter. F A. accepted the toll I out of the Dd County News and
Grlnold served a sated I towing boys as new memben of : showed the girls. the national paper
the chapter: Ed Pacettl, Frank
BEBGKAIIS HOLDINSTALLATION Friends included: Eunice Walker, course with saltines and coffee. .
CadUUo. Robert Orubba, Angelo
SERVICE Bonnie Groover NelHemae Martin Present were: Mrs.Edna Strick I Those present wen: PrlscilJa
MistretU Huntlss
Hone and
Mr, Gertrude Hllchey was made Cleo Carter Mary Frances land Mrs. Gertrude Caplinger, Conner. Freed Iris Capliager, AnnaboH
nobly grand of Liberty Rebekah Arthur Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Lucille Mrs. Marjorie Beattie, Mrs. Muade I Thurman Redd, Goldls Crennell, Lou BHOrennell
Lodge No. 48, at the installation West Catherine and Phyllis Simmons, Mrs. Gay and Miss Grin- They were voted In temporarilyon Mildred and Margaret
services held In the I. O. O. F. Bell. Ellen Vann Loubelle Oren- old. probation at the meeting Wednesday Field Julia Francis Sullivan CatHc

hall Monday night Mri. Tails nell Ruth Owens, Randolph Caves, night In one month U the ertne Orfanedes, Eloise, Norma
-.. -.-..-.....-......-.. boys OK will be initiated.
Kennedy district deputy president Clinton Bishop, Rex Faust, Emory prove and Rachael Ooasman, Louise

had charge of the InsUlllng service Deerlng, Orville Irwin. Eldred Gil. CURBING, I Barnes, Virginia Klnner, Francis
Assisting were: Mr*. Ethel Culm, mar Pete West Howard Weal, By Cub Report Lester Archer The ell< grand marshal; Mr Ruth Witt 'Jack McMichael and Johnny Mof- I ....._ met Wednesday night followingthe Aken. Freda Hancock and Leola

grand warden; Mn. Mary Stewart, tett The Homestead Cub Pack whichis regular r oF.A.. _tl.... The Little.

grand treasurer; Mn. Mary Branv a branch of the Boy Scouts of secretary was required by the

mar, grand secretary; Mn Alma MRS. MINNEKLY HOSTESSTO America went on a two-day campIng committee to send letters of appreciation tBggl
Kloppel, grand chaplain; Mr trip at the Boy Scout forest to all that assisted In I
Marie Eneas grand guardian. last week. I the entertainment of the Kansas January
The Sacred Heart Club met
Other elective officers installed Wednesday afternoon at the home Upon arriving the boys who had. boys. They also decided to have WHITE SALErii
were: Mn. Margaret Gay vice. of Mrs. W. f Mlnnerly and made tents pitched them while the others the next F F. A. meeting at Royal

grand; Mn. Blanche Chapman I i plans for its annual dinner, got things ready for dinner. Q. Palm State Park where Mr. Atkin-
recording secretary; Mr*. Florence Lowe and Lester Archer got pup I son will give a talk on wild plants
Present were: Mrs. W. C. Roberts and Mr. A.
I R. Livingston a talk
financial Mn.
Pacettl, secretary; tents for Christmas and Clarence
Mn C. L. Smith, Mn. Ceo on birds. A lab try will end the
Gertrude treasurer
Copllnger, ; Froscher, assistant scoutmaster
: L. Swan Mrs. F. 8. Scherr Mrs. .
the businessIn
Mrs. Thelma Radford part noble who took them, brought Mr. Kat.t.line' meeting following
Lena DlnatelU, Mrs Fred Whiting, order that the people of the
grand I big tent. In most places the
Mn M. S. Studstill Mrs Thos Redland District may better un-
Appointive officers Installed I Panno and Mn Minner))'. dlnnen were pork and beans. dentand what the Future Farmen
Mn Edna Strickland warden After dinner came the siesta.
Mn 'Annnbelle Brain, conductress I 1---.,... Clarence took them out to the I of America organization is, we of pre-
sent this seventh
chapter ex-
; Mn. Marjorie Beattie, GIRL SCOUT NEWS sawmill where they played around I
I Every towel carries the genuine
chaplain; Mn Jessie Harper mu. I' By Mary Arthur, Scribe while waiting for some wood to CHAUTER "Cannon" label and
llcian; Mn Cora Belle Grlnold, make a log cabin. After a while
YYY11YY NINYNINY.NNYYYYINIIMY.YIThe To hold the Interest of the boys meets every test of HUB
riM to the noble had wood for the
supporter grand, they some boys.
Girl Scout meeting of Jan. belonging to the F.F.A., the state Quality Another Bean 8a,-
Mn. Mamie Jemlgan left Clarence picked out the wood they
supporter 7 was held at the home of Mrs. organization has various contests. Inn Eveallat
to the noble grand; Mn. wanted while the boys curled it
Frank Skill. Mrs. Nell Brooks Is Only wlnnen from the district
3 for 39c
Viola inside Mn. to the truck. Then -
Payne guardian; they got some
the state
contest In
going to teach tint aid to the can participate
Maude Simmons, outside guardian sawdust 18X38 Cannon towels, In
; tenderfeet, and Mn. B. A. Tib- contests. Various contests are:
white with pastel borders, or
Mn Goldie Wolfe, right supporterto i bits is to teach home nursing to When they got back to camp swimming, diamond ball, essay
the vice-grand; Mn. Flora the other scouts. they ate supper (beans again), writing harmonica playing, fiddling I all pastel.at
Compton, left supporter to the I after which they sat around the live stock judging, public 2 for 39c3Sc
We I I
are all going to learn the
vicegrand.Following Morse fire and played games. Then they speaking and string band. I values in 3X40 Double
the Installation ceremony I signalling went on a hike out to Clarence's There are several chapters to i loop, extra absorbent towels
a candle light flower presentation I Mary Moon was hostess. We house to get his pup. When they make up a district In our district Solid pastels or white with
was made to the elective played a compass game and a pa- returned everyone was dog tired. which Is District S, we have Red- pastel borders. Fast color!

officers and outgoing noble grand per-tearlng-of-obecti game. The pup slept with two of the boys land the two Miami chapters Pa- -at 2 for 50c

and vice-grand. Mn Mollle Win- I I Those present were: Virginia He liked to crawl under the neck bakes chapter and our own chap Regular 35c: values 24X4

gate, past vice-grand, was presented I Oorsey Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Nina of one of the boys and pinch him, ter. Cups, banners and cash size, extra heavy, double
with a member's pin. !, Dyal Mary Arthur Geraldine and made a lot of fun. prizes are offered at the state contest loop. Quick drying! (

Those taking part In the presentation I Reitz, Elizabeth Skill. Barbara; In the morning they got up and *. WASH CLOTHS12
were!Mn. Nellie Mullins Biggera, Mary Jo Close Wave Horton washed. Then they ate breakfast (Chapter VIII Next Week)

Mn. Jemlgan, Mrs. Payne, Mrs Vara Rheney, Athley Kemp (beans again) and went to Clar for 50c
Wolfe, Mrs -Hannah Moon,' Mrs. and t Mal ye,Frances Hulland. 1 ence's house where "Toddy got III I LI4I Regularly Be each! 12X11

Compton, Mr*. Simmons Mn. Cay ,Barbara*Riggers will be the next some coconuts HOMESTEAD MI CLUBBy Inch. White with color borders -

and Mn. Strickland hostess: .j. ";: '-' On the way they dumped the Uol Utttle STREET FLOOR

The: appointive officer were sawdust on the road to get out a YIYMYMYMYI.RI\.MNNNN...-.....--
presented with handkerchiefs few of the bumps. Then
Week of Evangelistic unloaded
When the t-H Club girls met
Mn Thelma, outgoing noble the wood.They SeaJABlaeayne
Services SuccessfulA Tuesday morning in the 4-H clubroom -
grand, presented the lodge with a worked the rest of the
they discussed a taffy
pitcher morning chopping trees for the
party P\lUiJ\'j Bird ai Uth Street
Others present were: Mn Cor- I week of evangelistic meetings cabin. Then they ate dinner (beans After song bad been .un
dan district deputy president of sponsored by the Kpworth again) and had a siesta. Later they 4
Griffin Ga., Mn. Lela Kantro Mn. I League of the Redland Community worked on the cabin and got four

A. S. Nlckenon Mrs Beulah Bran- I I Church, was closed Sunday night poles up. One leaned one way THE REDLAND CAFEMRS.
nan, Miss Mary Sue White Wm.fifwart i with a number of young people I another a different way, and another
: H. B. Beattle Claus Grin- I consecrating themselves to Christian still a different way. A. NABORS. Prep.

old John R. Brain, A. C. Witt and I service. The meetings were I After they ate supper (beans I SUNDAY DINNER SOe
Carl Hilchey. conducted by the Rev, A M. Xyen again) they went snipe hunting, VIGITTABLlI'LATE.If! CLUB BREAKFASTS tSf H>

Cake and coffee were served in I of Sherbourne, N. Y.. who with Charles Robertson held the bag. PLATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK '!5#
the dining room.BIRTHDAY Mrs. Hyen and their children was I The next morning they got up
visiting the Redland pastor the I washed, ate breakfast (beans I

PARTY IS GIVEN I Rev. M. A. Sopor and Mrs. Soper. I again), and left for home, I
FOR "Our young people are cooperating Junior Skill and Clifford Ward
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McMichael I in maintaining a large attendance I went tong to help Clarence
at evening services- I Froscher train me cubs-Q. Lowe, WINTER RATES
gave i
a surprise party and wiener I
roast new thing in Redland said Mr Harrry "Toddy" Bowen. Charles
Thursday for their son, Wm. I
Soper. Robertson and Lester Archer.
Jr, who was fourteen yean of age NOW IN EFFECT Y
on that day. Games were played I
and a candled birthday cake was

e t, Green Lantern: Restaurant: tot vantfoni, health mining or permanent residence rm will find
The hostess was assisted by Mn the Physical Culture 07r\m--\ "iJk.b.&hd1&l. sad
'Wm. Johns and Miss Christine ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND 'I dunning atmosphere of good

Hughes. Steak er Chicken Dinner He \ Thousands of health setter have found! the magic key al this Initftuuoo -
Regular Dinner SOe Vegetable Plate Its .
Othen where natural methods, developed bf homers Macfadden.
present, members of the All Kinds of Home-made Sandwichespermanent at I
Intermediate B. Y. P. U. and other am mdunvdr .... No drug ewdidnes or operations. ftetultssecured i,
through moderate .., diet, elimiMUve pronua, sun, I
I water stave tat electric bathi, manage and sesnipuia. __ I
171 rq All under the supervision of trained health eipntt. }

CAREand Pone," by bw_ ... ;;:.. "

Any wave =aw'r.-: .

a Aww.w........ fw foe.f.-I:; r
"..Ilk c__ \_. : '
won't do M4 ftmlmt.lntab. t'I: :! j

beauty demands A....... .. .... .. ,
the best of care at all t a 1iIo_ ..,

times. Whether you Thi year,your.....mere be perfect I
wish a wave, a facial, ..who a ftrmetnl frame of rusts INEXPENSIVE ENJOYABLE COMFORTABLEA :
a manicure, or any of ( ford of aed That's the
the other essential aids *nape your : letter fran you will bring complete Information sad Book 01''
to beauty you'll find kind we give JOG widi amirancs" **-00 obligation Find out what we has to ease end the many
the skilled operators at lot we me the bmnuiioeally faa attiartioin to SBnnentoi with s health coune, venoms If onget visit

Pat's Beauty Parlor otn twcfaw Mto4, wish land meI : wines srtes sw eitn-maif'low-ea esti* -almort as iMspeaaHreas
ready to serve you seeihd kapro ass and gseeiee i staring st kome and a good tune emry mmu**. Censenial sew j.j.Vw.
quickly at any time, ,,.ioe Sacheu. "Shopptof a/'wo r fomdinia eamtiinmenn.. CKi>e, hikes: spore. Mnttlled food
Croquloole. Spiral and _',get II lot you..coning MB* warm roods, Manful sleep. You will like this bate

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The nation-wide party on January 30th.., = ,,
'in honor of the President's birthday, with

I five thousand communities joining in the E ,
fun and frolic will bring joy to thousandsof \
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infantile paralysis sufferers. Your,, !
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pleasure. will add to their chance of winning I

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Seventy, per cent of the proceeds are ', '"
retained for equipment, treatments and i

research in the community in which they ;'

i "are raised. Thirty, per cent are used in II

Warm Springs to carry on this great, work. I
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Friday. January 10,1936. THE I.EADER ENTERPRISE rage Eleven122MonthOld

Resignation Request-- Robinson Wm. flljeld.Mrs.Mrs Thro Setmlchsn.Bletw, Mrs.Mrs.

I',I..I' Revealed_ Publicly by E. P. Roberts I R.Miss Oxford A Branch Buchanan Mrs Miss L B.Miss Grace Onni Whltaksv Hobson Y. Mrs. :,[ CLASSIFIED ADS" : II

:: (Continued From Pace One) Junior Club Miss Tbclma Turner Misses tlo-: I RATS: Fin ittwrttoa' 10* a HIM; Mbnwmit Insertions

ve It bung on the wall of the to Sponsor I tie and Mary Bradley and Mrs R. S* a use

.councll 1 chamber." A motion wu.snade Local Birthday Ball Q Huff a visitor [I I

jI and carried that the letter
i withdrawn. The Junior Woman's Club of FOR RENT TOMATO PLANTS-C F Talbot.
I Roberta In Homestead I silver P nand Richard ttawti.nMtf .
Mr wee the midst decided at Its meeting '
let his campaign for the legislature Monday night In the clubhouse of TRUCK FOR HIRE-with driver. ( )

jI hen i the letter requesting hi* ret- the Woman's Club of Homestead.to I One and a half top. Ford e, Clot FOR SALS--Tom Heron English

tine wall received. Mr. Bird sponsor for this district the body to haul product or fruit strain White Lgfaorn layingyoung

*ld the request was made secretly President's ball at the Homestead Eaten Cooper 26 Wet 17th St. hens tram tuper-biylnB

'"a not to Injure Mr. Roberto Country Club on Jan. 30. MistPearl I Hialeah, Fla. (pJIT contest Flock of three hundred.

I ampalgn. The city attorney'i reply Whitaktr chairman for the !! TOMATO LAND In East Glad for Will sell whole or In part. Owner -

jI was dated July 14, 1B34.J ball has received her official ap- / rent See R. S. rows on Incra- leaving for winter Mrs F.

Referring to the present Inability pointment as manager rr I' ham Hwy at Blake's FillingSta LunJon, Richard road between

ff of the city to accept bond for Seventy per cent of the money tion (dZ7-J31) Biscayne and Wsldin drive ...
>,taxes, Mr. Robert aid that the raised win The used for orthopedic lands (JId'N$)
i council had taken thing out olhi hospital or treatment of infantile I FOB RENT-Hortda City turn-

(' hand and mads a deal with paralysis cripples of this section. ELEPHANT lfDZ! failed house with fireplace. Inquire LOST ;

j three "great Miami lawyer to and thirty per cent will go to the I Leader-Enterprise

F handle a certain bond deal and Georgia Warm Spring Found Trr to tsar a sample of Canny LOST-Pair of torttat shell spec-
I later he had been given credit forgetting tion. 101... _. and rooTl .|TOO FOR SALE tacit at Homestead school audi-

the city out-of the "menhe Miss Ines Branch, Mr. Joel J. that It'a louskor thu aor asphalt this torium Sunday. Reward for return
( Miami lawyer got ua Into." not OWH'TC seer PHB. But : FOR SALE-On* 10 b. p. and one
Robinson and Mrs. Ceo. M. Son- nawtakl* rowing ate ooatalMal 1 Ja*. McCmdy. I N. W.
Mr. Bird In his reply laid that ntehsen were added to the welfare I least M% aw* cam upkoltoatynaal 5 h. p. G. E., 3-phast, 229-110 13th St. (pJIO)
z 'through this deal the city had committee which Is composed +dad sweet is who I volt A. C. motors; compensatingswitch I

been able to take In 83 bond, In of Mrs H. T. Oxford and Miss .beeps. any aapkall root wwthor.roof. I ; 200>gal. pressure tank; MISCELLANEOUSROOMS

_, payment of taxes without having Pearl Whitaker. Leta. aaa.pl.of wine pair solid tired heavy duty
"to deal through J. R Durrance. Present were: Mrs. Don Feirey Cam SolU give swag vas sad 4 aoM I wood wheels good for trailer. BOARD muonabl

ra, Mrs. Gwendolyn Moore. Mrs our Utoronlas ...... I Homestead Machine Shop S. W. Quiet country; home. Mrs Anna

Poll Tax Slips Caused The Carer Company will finance 2nd St. (}9tf) Backer. ModeHo. (p111)

By Trustee Election LEGAL NOTICES treating and siding Job ;t I i FARM ALL TRACTOR completely PIANO TUNING and repairing.,

.,.... ('h_ N. II'''. a-- District JII. .. when the value of Carer snsterblsi i overhauled, first class condition, Good used piano for sale cheap.
(Continued From;; Pale One) _.pre af nditia. d the Fit" ',,"tI...... used I* over U% or I newly painted. Bargain Llew W E. Koon, US N. W. 3rd St. }
Rank mt H. In the state of riort.
: hundred poll tat payment received da .. tko .... ml business oo. DoroaihrrSI. mere of the amount to be n- I ellyn Machinery Corp, Miami,
after Saturday, Dec. 21, tag ands by Ca.pt.Mr of he 1'......,. nanced and Ton have It to S4
might not count for the election ol asdsr .. ....
U.rtd.n Nil. V. Revised
BIO VALUE -- 4-room house.
14 .) months I* which to par. Com i|FOR SALE-Modern house closein f
\ Jan was also a subject of dig I :
Furnished All
j tussion yesterday. The payment LOOM mi discounts a I In and let us toll you about unfurnished. $1,200 cash. city t "
: | ",nr U The word BARGAIN hat
I ,a"fwen received to 9 Saturday I I United Stake Oonramoat okll.. the Terms can be arranged. Box 711. :
up p. m. plan.Brooker ,
......... direct ..../.. fully I Homestead. (J3tf) been greatly overworked but
Dec. 28, In accordance with a I ruarantonl .. ....IUO I do not hesitate to that this ,
law making poll tax deadline the 01..... hands ......... tat amassMae y
M7TMCook Lumber Co. FARMALL TRACTOR Completely property I II a Big Bargain. Prim .
fourth Saturday of the month preceding Banking Mots% furniture 'and; I overhauled. First class condition Including furniture, bed linen ::1

the month of election. Anew ae..rvr fixtures with Pads.l a-.e 12,000.$ HOMESTEAD TL\ newly painted. Bargain, Llewel-' and linen, dishes, now '

law I* aald to designate the bank PHONE MTurner's I lyn Machinery Corp.. Miami $ ootab reduced from 13-SOO
"fourth Saturday preceding thtelection" ovrhansoi,.halaaool for with tloBrln....;;kouafolo. ..n...., Fla. 03-17) Fine furniture and plenty or ,.. :I .

'. which in the cast of the .. HIOMOI I H. A. Cameron. (d3U)
;" .election of Jan. 14, would make the Other paw ) .. .?.. ... .._5.041.15: : : SETS OF 6 baby jars of tropical

poll tax deadline Saturday. Dec. Total Assets ... ..._--'"....-.....J4SSI11.IS i I Jellies assorted celophane wrapped REAL ESTATE-Thost who wantto
SI. _- ,I I packed in carton ready for buy or sell Redland District

City; Attorney Roberta said,how II. D iiaod drpailu.Liabilities oaorpt 0.5..d I mailing f 1. Mailing chant 25e. real estate will find up-to-date
SUM. Cowimioitt dopo la, Mrs. Bertha Edwards, Redland listings In our office. Many of
ever, opinion a* to the Intent 'I
public fonda, and deposits of
sot the new law differ and he would ..hor tank .... ......,.. ._ a'UI..Utl I road between Plummer and Coconut these listings art itlll at subnormal -
hold that those who their I. Time depslb, .rapt ;.t Palm drives (nl5U)) prices. W* shall appreciate .-
> paid
poll savings. public ta..... and ...
l',,<. ,taxes through Dec. 28 were qualified posits of other konkot \'."'. I either your inquiries or
..... ...... .
Puolhi I. which will
"! of eon.ttoa your listings, all of
to vote In the election.
1: city
wheel dkHrtalo or etk.4subdivision. Funeral Home i
,'zs Mayor Bird cam back from I moni./.lithe '.<.*.<* haw our best attention Now is

<*;Miami yesterday with a poll tax n.and United postal states tarbun toewn.saa dopoilki ... .1,'''.II S4-HR. AMBIXAXCU 8ER1ICFLady CALL roB RIDSCity the time to buy. B. W. Morris
I '&;.exemption certificate obtained after IS. Dnnolta of other beaka. is..iodine :. Attendant I ., R--' Dodo (.-..... ". ..... now associated with K. A. Cameron -
1;/; he presented hospitalization .. .rtltid end sashbn' Scaled bids will be MV/"d b" the CYtr N. W: 1st St. In Citizen
chedu outetaadina -, 11M8141Total Council at the City of nmoM4 Inrloa I ,
paper proving disability he had of home 14 to IS loclo.!..! Phone .14.0 Homestead, Fla. I It a. m. up .. S o'.lorH p. me, fc. I T..I III. Bank Bldg. Phone 72.
........ .
differed in aervice.Th ( ) Q ph.ds" ... IStkj. ISO .l wkkk UMO a4 '
of loam MdorInrooUionU "Mito rt ol rod ACBEAGES AND GROVES
; letter informing Mr. Bird ,.. I44M.Mk 'ami roa4 .1.I ... for fen/.biasfcoil _-1 I specialize In Redland properties.Send .
ftthat ( ) Mot sound orpMn sad labor a.d ooaotrwiUom
his 1934 poll taxes had not I"
2 of loan Pews Line loipromiirnt-WltoT ''' me your listing of propertyfor
For the Best In
r.r been paid explained "Many per- a n ./.. InvaH.aiooto 1"I'.... sale.
... "'.111.41e ,porUrolarhr kaov* M p. W. A. Project
on* art under the Impression that
-'- No Flo. Itll
It they voted iA the school trustee ( ) ToUl Dopoolta MM 117 SI I Any kM ........ aftor the specified UM 110 N. E. First St, Miami ,
election last spring, they paid their se. / declared kM notrat I and date will aot ko oonokVrW.Ewik .
payable and amounts ort I kM ahall ko submitted la duel loots
1934 poll taxes; but this I* not the .Ids for divided. vest dr DR. B. GONZALEZ I on tome supplied k F tko City of Hoaio.Moad. WANTEDMIDDLEAGED ,.
flared ....... .. 2,0-0.51 .....
FIo. Path bid least
MwompoaM -
: cue, ai a law was pawed permitting I 111 Venetian Arcade Miami -
K Other liabilities .. ... .. ..r a ovtlflo ......k or kM bond I* 'I'
r people to vote who were Capital ..counts I I tko amouat of fivo aor sent fl'AI, at the : lady desires IX>*-

otherwise qualified In the prevloui Common.ha.... For sack WAS loot j,base kM al ==: awarded the too 111)nMOMiitln
year, at such trustee election POT ........ .. ..._U........* 14.1 ......., dart afar writes for refined couplt. <'al { I
wthout paying additional poll Surplo. tl.KK.(XUadlrhM Entire bans a-tvoa of iwk awari, enter Into. or writ* to Mrs. MargairtttGoulcttt
ptoflte-- .._ with.. City of Homo.Moad.
a wrttlrn
taxes." Ml _. -... \JlVlMBooonoa DR.B.RGATLINDentist Florida In amrdaaoo with th.I RFD No. t, Box IDA \

(....- for. ....OMUa.... ...... I." I I .m"H.tief.rpy< kid, and Kin a the a CooPanty City Hs.s. (d27U)
FAIR COMMITTEE TO MEET Total Capital Aoeooat ....I 48,501.59 I ::1 Flar/d0. End the Rssrnoey
A..i......... of ,...... Work HUrobc.aftrr WANTED-FurnUhtd apartment
; The committee In of
charge Total Liabilities ..... .....,....._....JUMIKIIkf.morandanit nIM "P. W. A6 ....I U OMkuadrad near center of town. Will rent on
;;Preparations for the Redland Fair por oral (1W,) of too Oootrarl 1
.' ...... and LeeAwwbrkds.d yearly basis Apply Leader-En-
J will at
meet the home of William
to barn UaMIIMoaUnited Office in Hausman Bldg.: I of "t"ut Y Mutt-Want spas torprls '
V. Johnston in Redland at 7:30 sates aonrnmonl ohlkatleaa. receipt d feed trotp th. P. .. End
next Wednesday evening. All direct and /-. fully subject to the avthnrliatlolt Bas LeadcrT
I guaranteed ..... 15.451.50 OlrorlM of tko P. W. A. of HorMa, aad RAGS WANTED-The
member are Invited to attend a* ----- Phone 85; ao bidder mar withdrew. his kid for a Enterprise will swap classified
very Important business will coma I ToUl P....... fesch"fas ".. : ....... of sixty feel doro afMr the data
I "IOGM for the opoaln thoroof. advertising or subscription for
before them for consideration Mr. Pst; ; ;;'- i HOMESTEAD FLORIDA I I..t, ThaN will ko available not woro thai wiping rap. 7e a pound allowed -
Johnston aald.ft vpned stabs I fan"'aaa thoaaand. otaht loadrod aliktooadollara
sold 141,91.,05) for aooMraothm pug.pThe for clean rags, white or color
! The fair Is to be held during the1M' I =-"I 14.051.06 I ed. Knit underwear preferred.I .
first week in March at Redland 1'. Aeaaiaa posits, f.... 01 I satnrta and ... robetrorteee
sates, _..... school 411.tubaw .-.. per Issue" Eat lew than the ,.....11I...
I' and I Ie being sponsored by the Red- w ...... a.bdi..loan ./. I wave norr top as locality wh.m the web :
I land District Improvement Assoc a .aie\pal" s ......" DR.M.A.BERGERDentist la lo ko ...aeeW. mark minimum puss
: bestow hem determined or the Car ofiHonMOtood.
t iation. (k) TI'i"i 15,500,01 Florida and approved by the
I stated riorlaa Couple of 0.... ec: .. SUM DlrorUr of the P. W. A. of Phrldo.
II L J. /. HO.niom, euktor of the akoro. The eareenrfial bidder will be required I Ilo
LEGAL NOTICES !.._ bale I oboes ota .sat kj true to 1M beat of IVkamMn ,....-. Puklk LtakllHt I
t NOTK" I and 1o i..,. 36 N. Krome Avenue aad Property Demon Ineoraoee. aN oak- ,
":. Ogl..f 0.d. Cany Piet I J. J. MO LENOOM. Cwhhr.Comet tool M tho approval of tho aaM City at
Am>t, Koooi ISPS Cases pers. MleFlorida. :t I .A not i ; B.oioitoid. fta.. and the P W. A. i
I A. A. PAYNE, Upstairs All work ohoM W done to oo.ord.nol with
....... bin. Is duril.ats wilt be -.1004 H. K. DCHAF-P niloa. sod. Populations aihipMd kr she P, W
! h lllto efI''ioo until I ,. ._ IIONDAY.i' I, C. L, CLEMENTS, I A. applicable M ovk po>orio and ikaUko 1
JANUARY lath, loss so the following, 01--. Office Hours 8:30-1:30 In aioindaaua with piano end oaaUortdommonto
DYNAMITK AND h.BCTRIO CAP .vor* to a.4. ...to....... Mor ma this i ....... thefeto wklrk. mar hoi
p' Details M file ta Purchasing" ; Anaf lilt .a* M JOOJMIT IM. OPEN EVENINGS I oaamlaod at the cable of the ( .... Baolnoor/ Oak
Ml HAOCB TVUIKI Notar r UU, I !of the Coy mt Honwetead, PlorMo, or. ot
i n. L. WHEAT plats U HorUa at Lame 01 APPOINTMENT I Iho cal... of P,Mlo Work. AdmlaMrotM
Dade Casty ........ AsstJae Mr M.ailo.hm apes fok 4, IMS.Notarial I I araou Bonk Bid*., .-VOi.a..' and i it \
: ( Itl *.*!) anIs plow ad e.nt..et d.p..a eat
-- ---- 1 t ko ownnd hem ./top of O.W rfflre. hr'
i it
s o .oJUiw therewith the m of Te01l I f
: t Dolan (III) to oook or ass adds for
.each orl ot which ten widow Illll will herofaaded

S:z ,. Everything is Dryand PR.R.S.AKERS : manner dcnimnnte npen rolon ta rood of -"I:/ piano.and hh.hi .' /C IE

ten (IQI dope after the award at tho |

3: DENTIST ..at..et mdoor1 tb..nfa.aonrhwUoM. asbo ..<.. I 0 D
! fire hazard Is great. Let us build you a barer W tko Clip of HeoaoMend norMa ;

:: portable fire pump-50 to 100 gallons per minute. i office lloorst I a. ... tea., m. End. the CHr P. w.RonMOHnd A.. no.......rbrhla so.r-s iTho

3S t Can be used for irrigation or vegetable washer Sunday 1 1* I] i i.led.. rfcht la rejorl..af.our IANtADSFAV roroiollUoi all bid.. ta say M I
Closed 8sierdaye CITY up blowea'rrAn, rt.ORiDA. A
a. L IL ED.Aau.. f 4rki
Free Parking Space i

aa .
aI P. o. box ten g. W. Second St, Homtc4 rilONR situ

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,; 1>a Twelve i THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday,January Yo, 2898. _
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tlUawr herewith the remit that : en income Mr. Harris favors aa
FRANK RUE GREW farmer fou jig it possible to nowdivertitl TOM HARRIS FOR early readjustment of the bonded FRESH] EGGS
instead of indebtedness based on the taxpaying MILK-KED FOWL
sops con-
{ UP WITH CITY HE centratiji ;altogether en tonuitoe. TAX RATE OF NOT ability of Home te d property CHICKS-UT or Dressed
Mr ftu also took part In the4ato6uhmnt owner If elected,he my, h* Your All Hour
of the Redtand Ice I would never atftt Unln* cttm- HABK1SO1 TOVtm FARM
SEEKS TO SERVE Light and Power Co. and In the OVER 45 MILLS:'prOd by Court ortfefi W tax rate Aladdin City, Firm Life HoodGeneral
of <> .
in mill
construction of Its lines, which excess
f'\ Candidate for Council carried electric light and power to Mr. Harris aid he I*unalterably
the rural home of the Redland Council Candidate Would opposed to any suggestion to tell
Came Here as Boy District before the Florida Power Try to Meet Issues u or otherwise dispose of the municipal -
25 Year Ago and LljM Co. entered this lection. light plant He believe that
I' in Own BusinessTom I one the bond situation ta adjusted .1If
frank B. RIM who came here asa Temperance Contest Is and the tax rate towered,Homestead P
youth la ilia with his parent Announced for Sunday Until, monster of one tt will grow to such an extent I
and took a material part in the "; the largest and moat successfulfirma that increased revenue of the light I
growth and development of Home- The second o(- aeries of junior tnat pack and ntarkela its I and water plant win eventually
stead and the RedUnd District, 1* high school temperance taatttti owe vefitoble exclusively tay reduce the necessity! for taxation!
a Candidate for city councilman.It sponsored by the wives of the that it elected to the City council to a minimum.
I* the tint time that he hat ministers of the Redland District, on Jan. li. IM will *ulv. M meet torn Harris wa born la Houf I
BMuented to nm foe any off IM,and will be held th UM lint Baptist Issues a* they arise M he would ton Taxis,17 year age He CalM
the reason I* Indicated la hU platform Church Sunday evening at 710 meet Similar situations in the ton" td Homestead la ills and hag been l
,statements "tt elected I will I under the direction .f Mr*. S. L. duel rf hN owrt buaiiWM la the fruit and vegetable packing t.
sly* tny,but effort* fet the next i Wad Believing thai the erty should and shipping business ever MACS,
two yean tower eoncctin our I The speakers win be Lucille be able to follow Uw tourM pursued -
bond situation and toward retention -: Week funks Walker, Howard by any other 1 business Irutltu-I'
tad development a*the dty'i West,Joe tnt Judiwd plthe! Rich Uona ta obtaining a eompronite bads others Public Utilities .t
aneta;Mmely the light and water ant Blftjor and Letter Areher. settlement of uMliaUOM which It Sign oa a wayside Hand: "We
\ >)Unt. i A medal wilt IM liven to the mad 1A food faith but It unable I I don't know what mom 1*worth but Borwseti Pbaa ......
Mr. KtM helped m the corutrucUon -I winner. I to meet becauM ot greatly hnmk-.I welt sell pop tot a- hickeL"E#. _.._ 1
of the tint telephone system
la the Italian District in 1910.11.During I
the World W.r he served Chase&Sanborn DatedCOFFEE Purity
in the United Sates M\7. In
1820 M became manager .f the
Homestead Telephone Co. which
I h* had helped! to construct and De BUTTERBrookfield
held that petition Until 123 when I
h. resigned to become manager of
the Florida East tout Fertilizer I

Ib. 27C .37C
Co.Under - lb. - -
his leadership the I
which hat ita
turing plant and main m.nutae-I
:Homestead has OverseaBLACKBERRIES
position M one of the foremostconcern I
of Its kind In the tate

UM H l Introduced of manganese and tuphateln promoted fer-the\ FreshSPARE Saturday Specials Sliced CREAM 1 [''CHEESE 1

In Heavy Syrup,

2 No.2 cans-25C RIBS I B. BACON pkg.----- Sc:

N. B. Co.'s ------Z3c ------35c Georgia BeefSTEAKS

LUSCIOUS CREAMS Armour's 0f 0s

CHOCOLATE rOMS MILK 3 tall cans 20C

,,I a
COCONUT TAFFY lb. r r .ifc

., BAR SUGAR .1 a
Cloth Bag 53c
COOKIES Smoked 0s
The - -.t8e surER SUDS
I c

GROW GOOD PULLETS APprnlSAUCE bars ---.19c pk.t8-!. --- 2Sc 21bs.- -c t a t


Well gown, vigorous pullets Peaches :Z No.2yi cans Z7c Fresh Ground tJ 1
4 med. 45 C t
will make fine layers next fall cans I

and vinttt.Auure this mutt Kellogg'sCORNEAKES DOG FOOD 5 cans' 2Sc' HAMBURGER JJ

by fooling Ful-O_;Pep Grow. .
lag slash new. ::-Jevelop ROSE VALLEY lb.-----.17c r

big! framed,lagged birds that Salad Dressing Sandwich Spread r I<

tan ftand UM,straw heavy 2kjs.---ISC, or City Chkk nDRUMSTICKS .

egg produc oa.fJUO.
Libby*' lOc I5c 25c .y
I ox F Pt t

DiLL PICKLES cach-----.5c
Potatoes 101bs.> ZZ--4c (1
M4 by many Irish Cobblers .' a

.uAd poultry 24oz. jar --17C Premium Jj j
,.,. aftef 1
*,r tat r re.
af.f idclatd oeaadrAwore

and Wtttt LETTUCE BEADs 5 .fUCTAOONChurngold LEANS 'R 13C sans Boneless Piece t
tilou! dU aeasaa. ---- t

2br.hds.--ISC lbw r r r r r.29C ., "t

Ieettt ,_1, Co. Libby'sTOMATO Ib. X2cFree .. J 1-

Dessert Dish BulkLARD
Homestead, Fla. )

JUKE2tallcanslSc TOMATO KETCHUP 'iBallard's. bottles 25C

L0* O. F. II : I
mania twrr T\ Mla.T eveniat alI Obelisk Ib. __ .:l4c. 1I
VIoeM h* i ,
W "noi.VbUar. I Gold MedalFLOUR PC= Plain or Selfdaittff I I"
W.kas. a
I II I 2.-1b. bar ..._.._.. 1.33 DaisyCHEESE

VON 0. MiLKT POST NO. 4* Flour !I bag .. .,... 571: {So

AMERICAN LEGION Salad Dish( Free 11 := : .
W 5 lb. bad .. ._.. ..30c e
..i.ard.WlbW ** I r
M ..'.AMrtau ........ Blite 1.29 .35c I
Jb. 'lI
a to 2.1.1b. bag Obelisk r r r r r
(tId....ofIheJ...... Memo*Ave.w1.0 I Save Coupons 1a
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