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 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 17, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00087294:00055
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOBOME XXIV-NUMBER 3. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 17, 1936. PRICE FIVE: CENTS ', i





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I Judge to Decide Ouster Suit SIX CAST TUESDAY THROWN '




THREE ON NEW ,I "Man Mountain's" Whiskers Grown II III OUTASU1ROVIDEDFORIN <

I For Part as Double in "Henry VHI"Experiences
I FLORIDA'S ELECTION LAWSNo \
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COUNCIL LIVEIN'MD'AREA : In the wrestling. beard treated so much excitement
profession and In the movies were, that ha decided to keep it 1 ;
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told pupil of Homestead' Senior I After b* finished with hi* fcJic I'
I and Junior High School Wednesday -tIle asked If there wets ant $uee! Extension GrantedOn I Advance Absentee Voting

: ftrnoo by Man Mountain lions that anyone In the audience Auto Tag Deadline Only Departure From 1"I
I Dean, .320-pound! wrestler and! would like to ask. The followingi Regular Way ,
I" movie actor,who was brought to j i were tome of the question and Latest word received here yes- I
Homestead by D. E Moomaw. replies:
Hari I terday was that no extension of IL\RPER"IS MAYOR
*, Webb and Morris science teacher at Homestead High| Does It hurt when,your beard ,the deadin for obtaining 1936'
Owrf Homes North of School, a friend of Dean. I I Is pulled?" auto kens*tag* would b*made bOoVefhor i. iiYt; L\JQIUTY OF 23:
Dean, whose real name Is Frank j '
"Yea Very muCh "jv1v SMtM. The deadline
,1\-tngs Highway Leavltt made Miami his home "What size belt'do you wllr'" was January 18. but to date auto Bro ker. 1934 Holdover

T'El1TII before he started on hit wrestlingcareer I ."I wear a fifty-three Inch belt" owners stopped by Inspectors have to Be Only ,'Old"
SU ST. and wa a member of the i .What size shoe do you wear**' merely been waiMd'to get tags at Council Member 1
Miami police department, He was Eleven and a bait"
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AS NORTHERN LIMIT once.
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assistant football at -
coach Miami I Asked It the flat blows, knee-
: of
\\m J Oeronimo, manager
High School in 1928 and 1929. The election law of Florida
i iI Jab to the stomach, whisker pullI the American Laying"uto Tit.ServiCf' .
which State and municipal -
Withdrawal under county
Plea Based
Dean said that he grew his lag and similar other tactics seen authorised tag dealer
I elections are held, do not
Alleged) Lack of beard when he doubled for in movie matches were actually her,raid list night that motorists method of voting
I Charles Laughter. who played the legitimate in the wrestling ring can as yet obtain tags with-11 provide any
Improvements other than the uuurklng: of ballot
part,of .King Henry the Eighth In
Dean said they are primarily for out payment ot the penalty authorized
In voting booths at the polling
the picture of the same name In the entertainment and amusementof I
law tor delinquent
To I. ter suit against the city England. Directly afterwards he spectators I by place on the day of election except -
He has been
keeping
ot Sad, wherein a group of wrestled in Germany and. the tag applicants I that voters who will be a: -
Dean Islr > the office to the Legion butldENDORSE -
Miami rteoveting ,
H ad taxpwetv *eak* : I sent from the county during th '
sicia Mre the, t otate.i tl9s,of ''ftft rite- of AmIffifti l0 n. 4 too. tp___JIIiIl.-t "absentee baulatinns \-
alit north of liarv4en'fib w 6Cl :, 2B1DSAPPROVEDON : K Q.il'y.hguroiSFVU i u1lftl\1ll> 1 "IuI'det' ''l -
+ Cireulj! Jftdifr ,P"aa Fff aKI > .
E 1. i I,,". He plan to, lead uwsfi for --
Barns,for decision yesterday byagreement This was the reph of City Attorney -
LIGHT PLANT Hollywood Cal. wham .ho will
of both sides when oneof
Erne P Roberts yesterday -
I have a part In a picture being
the Jurors'in the flit failed to, PLANS when! questioned Itl to Uu
made by Joe E Brown.
how upShould", I PROJECT possibility that six ballots taken
the area be excluded REPAIR, He wax Introduced by Mr. Moo- FOR STATEWIDE by election official to the homes
from the, city, the status of three : maw and Mrs. Dean was introduced of voters too sick: to come to the
councilman elected Tuesday wouldbe Estimates on Water Sys- I by Principal L. B. Sommers. polls and not counted on advice of
Mrs. Dean doubled Joan
far Blon-
affected unless they moved into tem Are Reported as I ORGANIZATIONVegetable the city attorney, might yet be
dell In the movie "We're In the
and the standing
the are left Incorporated Theyare ruled legal change -
Tom J. Hams, who recently Too HighTwo Money". which showed in: Homestead of candidates on the council-
this week In the where
built .handsome borne on Kings seen Growers and manic ticket of Tuesday election
Highway In Downer Palms No bid for work in the PWA' Dean was thrown out of the ring A majority of 25 votes elected
1. Frank :Webb: owner of a new project to rebuild, repair and extend Into her lap. Affiliated Interests Chas T. Harper mayor ot Homestead -
home in Morris Homesltes, on .the municipal electric light I! Mr. and Mrs Dean plan to come Hold Meeting The count showed am
Kings Highway and B. W Morris and water system of Homesteadwere to Homestead for a vied with Mrland ballots for him and 283 for Thot
owner of a home In th* central approved at a special meeting Mrs Moomaw and Mrs Virginia Vegetable growers and packers. E. Kirby. An entirely new council -
part of Downer Palm No. 1. of the city council and PWA Edwards before returning to and dealers In seed, fertilizer, Was elected is follows: Tom J. ;
Mr. Harris and Mr. Webb are representative Monday night in:Hollywood. crate material and spray Ingredients Harry. 497; Frank Webb 429.: J.
not parties to the ouster suit, but the city haIL Bid for twq other I meeting Friday night in Neva O Wynn au J. L. Burton. 357
Mr. Morris was one of the leadersIn phases of the work were rejected I l Key West Bus Service King Cooper School auditorium I B. W. Morris, 323, Frank B. Rue
Instituting It more than a year because'they exceeded the amount' To Start in Few endorsed pan for a state-wide organization 300. i'
ago He said yesterday Out he allotted tor the work Days for Improvement of The losing candidate and their

., own other property within the The Trahs-American Co., subsidiary I' With ferry: service restored Vegetable farmers' condition by respective standing were *. follows -
area to which the limits may be of the Mclntosh-Seymour across the Oversea Highway water adequate research and lull dissemination : Dr. Frank. Hausman, 303,
,, withdrawn and would move if Co, with bid of $14400 was successful gaps. bus service from Homestead of Information obtained E. C. Chronlstor, 292; C W. Little
the suit 1* successful bidder tor the contract of' to Key West will be Inaugurated thereby 244; T. A. .aster,117: E. H. Q,lO -

j Judge Bam will reserve his rebuilding the generating engines within the next few days by the At the suggestion of M. R. Ensign ( n maiHt e. Page Tea)
decision until after he. hag made at the plant. The. M. tt N. Construction Florida Motor Lines accordingto of Winter Haven, who conducted ------
a trip to Homestead to make a Co. of Miami was successful information obtained from a the meeting and outlined To\\-m.end'Leader Will
personal inspection of the area In 'low bidder at 113,270 for reliable source yesterday. the objects of the proposed organization Talk at Theatre SundayThe
question, which Includes Porvenlr, reconstructing and expending lines The busses will carry both passengers the meeting voted to
Downer Palm No. 1 and No. 2, and poles. I and express defer formation of a local unit Townsend plan will be discussed
Ponce de Leon, Morris Homesitesand All bids for the waterworks part until knewtedg of the movementand by NaUwm Roberta state
other boom time divisions of the project were considered too It* aim ha become more area tnapagfr for Florida and
The taxpayer suing claim that high The call for bid on this 1 so A fLf4 Ld Wldepar d.. The only action taken Georgia, at thr 9emnole! Theatre
the area does not have sewerlines, work wlj be readvettised. was to approve appointment of at t:SO p. m. Sunday .
Is Inadequately lighted does not I Frank B. Rue of Homestead and The use of the moving picture x
have adequate police and tire prolection Scoot Budget Asks $73 L. L. Chandler of Goulds as a local house was obtained to sccommodaU -
'". and i* made upf,In large From Redland District I I committee to work under the aa 'many aa possible who 3
t part of unimproved and wild I direction of the state organization might desire to bear the movement
< lands, I of Mr. Ensign -
composed
Seventy-five dollars i* asked I committee explained by a high ranking
-- and Frank Holland of Or- official who can speak with unquestionable -
of the Redland District as its quotain
Homestead Bank Holds the annual Boy' Scout finance lando.' authority, officer' of
I campaign to be held next week Th meeting Here Friday night the Homestead Club said yesterday -
i Election of Officers, in Dade County The county I ,wa the first of. state-wide program .

quota I* $$000. of sectional meeting authorized At last Sunday mooting of the
A. A. Payne was re-elected' The money I* to be used to carryout o at a meeting of leaders club In the Neva King Cooper
president and H. E. SchafY vice- the 1831 program eutlinjd) for In the vegetable growing and mar- School auditorium Mayor P B.
,president of the First National bode County Scout I T N I part of bill term by running for i Bird using chalk arid blackboard
Bank of Homestead at the annual mayor sought to demonstrate that the 2

meeting of stockholders Tuesday, TUX WEATIItJlMa4Mta sC At a cound meeting held Friday per cent transaction tan with
afternoon. / J. McLendon was night to clarify questions which TownsendUtei propose to

/-elected cashier and W C. ogled w taw ....... oi 1M aeaae4dIs I I raised regard to the eligibility! of finance the I20O a month pension -
Payne was elected assistant cash -..... --. ...... J. L. Burton to remain in nomination for every person over eo
and In regard to the legality yews of kg would not increase
I I
ierR. Rain
L Walker to the only new Date | | JUj} I of the date set for the election, price abnormally a* contended

tireetor The others are as fol-I Jan, 10 __II 11 u 30.08 i I City Attorney Robert gave a from time to time by critic of
I laws: C" X, Clement, Tho E.I IJtl1t 1 Jan. 11 ...._ 83 SS 30-06 written opinion that Mr. Burton's the plan.
>t. Wax: Lower, 3 J. McLen- Jan 12 ___ U 11 ..uIan. non-payment: of hi* 134 poll tax Paul PuUea war veteran la e
4<"10, A. A. Payne and It J:. Schaff.I 11 _I I. SO :s0-.08 EfAa.>..... aces causal awle before the election. deadline would brief talk contrasted the cost and
Clerical assistant are Miss Jan, H I I. II :so.oe atacm 4e Mae not disqualify him a* a candidate human destruction ot war with
Kludge Turner and Mia Natalie 15 UM2U8 Team will east jest aside He would limply have to pay the! the beneficent result ought by
Humthrfe Ian. II It I al 30.011 Like, a f.lr. ek set shoe. (Conttnaxl oa Page Tea) f the Townaemt plan.

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...Paae Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday Ja nar> 1".-1936.

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was solar to a larr...... fill(khan meddled Matrtct ".-. the* tod4r H 0 oopoMd. of Kr D E Rid 1
and viatton to tb* Urn DM!'! r. ..... Walter Talbot. tin W
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l'ruh we spoke IIw Jewel so 2UGt! Flag Ceremony


I ( Fry and Soap Are :I I A* Anrrtcn-1W wOl to pMlcd *-

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asst. irtwMMB af aw lodcr i k
After dewna .. arvcnl "*.|' A Steel atov b<) t:, f rifMdr i
ruttyof filet e.rtrw over a*.%a-i Tad a father-tm rr ---I '
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safes tfeMittfkmt I will be wnwd: toWtwe
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tbs Mfatwr WMamdaqr .... ta > .. of wturfe Mn UradcmCamjr xEkB was price tag C
t' elrtatt at ctelrnan.RIGHT / JL told the maim story about a cart per OTHER INFEATURES

craJif7. Low price Jew quafq-bita 5AS ALL 111 .
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price bh _. r:_. .- .Irpa&I.
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Vete s-'
Bat Buick has changed dutFcfmanpk;' Adoute rig"" b'' rtaw

OVER YOUR 1M sleek Buick Special at J765 factory Lzeet..ea "T"'a T:; Tie

Jist baa the Mm bode Brick quality aa ..a Fi ki0 No p.k. se.,..Aea Cs.l st '

the lordly Limited at more thin rico .u-- N"k" Dri" '
OLD FLOORS _
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It hi the tame mon efficaeol type of ...n.... LoU.... c... "
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same smooth Iah-free toriive-tnbdrire.
ANYONE OF THESEDELIGHTFUL
The Mine tiptoe hydraulics, solid

NEW ,, ,led Turret Top" ) ."Knee-Action" ,

FLOOR PATTERNSCAN gliding ride. -- Then look upon the best bar money

The difference is in tize and capacity and eta produce. Whatever Buick you pick
BE LAID WITHOUT '
j finish. AD Bukki are lit in power and youll let longer life, more tasteful

TAKING UP ability beautiful inside and out. Buicl style, deeper comfort a more satisfying

the innermost fibre. car to own. .
to
YOUR OLD FLOOR ,

Bring roar pocketbook here and let it The Dew CMAC <$,< Time Payment R .
New.......toed gait...r -=
old ..... nkUr old ..... choose from /aar cars that range in Plan brings down the cost of buying on

prod ..,. Seed ad w sow v price from $765 factory list to $1945*. time.You'll surprised at how If ttle per

soul. 09401140" or mommmfr, month lets you own a Buick. Come in
seal peae.e ... TOO CAN AMID Til HCW BOICK
ax -.. 9 wm nd let us show you bow you can use this
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Friday, January 171936.: THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pace Three 'j I
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Eleven) All-Star Races to IF afure'West : I
I i i i point tpan. program committee wan requested are enjoying horse.hnr' pitchingand
j to have public speaking, fiddling : diamond ball ,.I'M lunch 11
Tuesday tors"ha""rtarte
Flagler Inaugural The .. of
I thojowntib'y I and harmonica contents among the i imcmb hour with equipment itttividrct by
-- i-...--.---.......... pr ;: rant Fridpv: r->:v.Tf iM at the future meeting toe cbupti-r.
The West Flagler Kennel Club "* i ___
:MU'mi's! popular downtown greyhound : ]REMAND BATTLER '
racing plant opens its 1W91 By JIMMU HATHAWAY ; tangle cress U cantdit right : 1
along. The girl play um diy and EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
>M raring"season Tuesday night ..".,......... ...".".._._......_... ._. the boys pav: the !1P1 :. In this 1,
with the presentation of an all-
star 11-race Inaugural program i i The parts have been given out way neither the boy nor the girls HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP .

featuring some of the fastest dog! for the junior play, and the workof I jets an advantage._____.. I' U. U. JACODSEN Prow. ,
IO"'Afnujca. I memorizing has begun. From I* N. Kr*m. Arm** flmt
the looks of the character and i The first semester' i* nearly at I at"r
This well-known racing center: an end which mean' that before'
from the plot It ought to be one of I
has beta thoroughly, renovated' be taken home for
< long book will ,
: the best plays .ven. The We of
and refurbished during the lad the play is "Solo night". They me Ifrst time lit many capes, and
few weeks' under the personaluperviiion be used a* they were never used '
j the about
to
play
( of Jake Shor and Bill a expert give before. Green Lantern Restaurant
March 8 7. '
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Huntley, prominent Mlamlana,I
ADJOINING: HOTEL tIDLAVD
owners and operators and it i, I Steak or CMckM Dinner lit
ready to entertain a recordbreaki i, The seniors are planning thaw REMAND F. F. F. Re*afar Manor gee Vegetable Plato Ma :,
fag crowd at the gala openinl1 1 a beach; party at Miami All Klwb eT tlM *-..s4e Sandwich.
[Beach Wednesday. They expect By Donald lair
Racing Secretary Tom Benner I
s baa bracketed eleven strong Aelda I I i to have a good time and probably

for the opener,featuring the 'I wilL plan tore mr-project went THE REDLAND CAFE
ler Inaugural which offer FIIa''I' discussed and a committee apI I
the greatest card ever to I The basketball teams went up I pointed to look after it at the MRS. A. KABORS, Fre*. !
the box on the tint night of a I' to Pompano Monday to play and'meeting of the Redland chapter SUNDAY DIMfER Ilk
local program. Although the'' cam back; victors both the varsity |II of the F. F. A. Monday night I VEGETABLE MATE Me CLUB BREAKFASTS t5' ...
great number of greyhound ken- :I and the B team. The score I Other business that we taken PLATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK: rat .
neled at West I'Ialcr-I4& dogs '''in the varsity game was 21-27.i up was treasurer's report the re
permit of a highly diversified I -
racing schedule, by far the larger I
portion are hounds with national
and International reputation. i

Twelve of the fleetest dogs at,i
the track have been thoroughly TUESDAY
schooled for the feature Inauguralat '
IllS of a mile, and from these
eight will be chosen at the last
moment to face the starter. Included -
In this group of hand pick-
ed streamlined windburner are:
Speedy Lad, Fred Whltehead's
Sensational performer out of Kitty
Dunn by My Laddie, whose v
breeding precludes his being anything -I
but a great dog and Red
Whisk a half-brother that won
popular acclaim at West Flagler
last season and the championshipat
Atlantlo dry last summer.
f
Ed's Winner '1.. 'C. Tlsdala'
nifty rabbit chaser. Mi been kicking
dirt liv the face of the best
they could send against him at!
West nactff..fIr' the past three I tI
year This summer he ruled theroest
at Virginia Beach. I

Big Laddie Frank Jones entry
is another of the Laddie family
and is big in size aa well a* mans
He 'won his tint three start at
West FUgler last winter and this; J
past dimmer ha ranked as the:
top dog at West Memphis.

Much attention ha* been centered
on Frank Lonergan Jess
Blnghtm'l speedster. Named after
prominent state official of
I Oregon he won the Jacksonville 1
-Supervision Florida State
t derby last year and during the: -

I summer has been burning up the I
a track at Revere. : ,Racing Commission
Ridge Band, one of a famous
Utter that has made greyhound
history both to America and

abroad, was winner of the Taua.
ton derby last August.
Included among the other ell-
giblei all equally famous as money
is
dogs of the highest caUbre, are:
Dummy Dennis Leahy' ghost
V runner that proved the bigger
money earner at Miami Beach
last winter; Kop, Bin Ewald'i m X
great star that cleaned up in the
East during the past summer r
Never Late a canine that needs
Post Time 8:15
no Introduction to anyone whoever
saw a greyhound race in Miami Admission 25c }
: Palmist, 1M4 Flagler derby
winner, 'owned by Lyle Beaty (Ne Miners)
and Uttta Ranger and Jersey Red,

both Minnie proven Gate performer and his orchestra, i\\tu utalaudica 4s
1
which for the past two week ha
been playing on Ben Bcrnle'a naV (1-11 LJ.)
tlon-wide broadcast while all the
lad of the 01' Maestro took a
breather, win supply the music Red Whisk e I
for the canines' macrh to the pott
Tom Sweeney, who grabbed himself Ridge Bald t
not a little tame relievingBill
Mundy at the mike on ttw'na jersey Red
tion-wide broadcast of the Catho-
boor Miss football classic at Miami Lad
New Year1 Day, will do the SPy AEd's
announcing; at the track a* well
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Bill Seeks Removal of Five-Year Ban I TIlE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER --I.\:


dead famished, 'Fla.. by Friday the South at Horn Dade. I On Money for Everglades Park Area I BY MBS. I* U DOW. IIBRARUM ::

Publishing Co.
An early start on the work of -
Admission Tar. Laws LJII..1' rotors lumber Storm forest
BEN ARCHER .. .. 1:41&0'Eatered making Everglade/ National Park camp
accessible and traversibte to the IIoad's. w.-", TraPsdare 9-4 s. s.. and myBter.very boy In t

u second clue mal hundred of thousands of visitor Are to Be Enforced r7 UIIJI'f country will be after,this booh- *

matter March S. Mil. at the port It i* expected to attract annually, and girls will like it, to.
flic* at Homestead. Florid, wider la ought by passage of a house Miami Jan. IS Informationfrom Here I* another book for our It 1* about time to get rOU;Milk:; jedition
the office *f the collector of of Alice
the net of Much I, 1179.SVB. pill at this session of congress to I young people who love mystery
eliminate the clause In the Everglades Internal revenue to the effect that stories, and It I* no unusual thing book "Manslaughter", and make
National Park enabling act strict observance of the federal these days to have a secondgrader it a bent teller even if It had to be,1'!'
mat SUO A TEAK which prohibit the use of public admission tax laws i* to be en- come to the desk and ask for a made compulsory reading. With* ;

money on the project for a term forced throughout the date "good mystery"! "Tongue of out that edict it would be popular:I

4,006 YOUTHS NO LONGER of five years from the time the Federal regulation require that Flame" by Ernest Thurston comes because It is a good story--it sad<
act wa adopted, 1934 a tax be paid equal to one cent for to u* a* a gift 'from the Junior Just another one of those good*:
ILLITERATE This was Indicated In the annual each ten cents or fraction thereofof Woman' dub through our old books that lie on library shelve+/!

Some 4,339 illiterate who entered report mad by Ernest F. Co, the amount paid for admission I friend, Mrs I. A. Bennett, who forgotten for days, :8ura ,& (
the Civilian Conservation executive chairman of the Everglades to any place, unless the admission promised one day she would from even months at a time It-'jo

Corp camp during the fiscal year National Park Association charge i* less than 41 cent time to time send the library a brary it 1 Ia on the bottom shelf.*. ,!

which closed June 30, 193S, were, and of the Everglades National Every person, organization or book. She keeps her word, too. where we keep so many of thj(
taught to read and write, It wa Park Commission, at a meeting of corporation promoting a dance Mm Bennett was one of our first really good book Hunt It up andtake )

fated In a communication Issuedto I the commission held Wednesdayat exhibition, contest game, concert, friend In the early day of our It home for this week-end.rHon't
Robert Fechner the court house In Miami. club etc. U shy ofT because you think Idlha "
director of performance, night existence she emptied many '
Mr. Coe's report, In full follow: a moral-it has but it is jus,"
emergency conservation work required to file a return and pay helve in her own library to give
Howard W Oxley, director of CCC I "Through the months since 1929, the admission tax unless the admission u* some of the book we needed. the moral our gentle public m eds.

4 camp education for the U S. office when this great park propositiontook charge i.* less than 41 And once when she was away on Alice Duer Miner has written sew *
of education. definite shape, progress toward cents, except<< tn case where appli- a vacation he heard we were In eral good books Several pictures $
the realisation ot the dream I have been based upon her stt net, >
cation for exemption ha been
t According to desperate need of books for children -
CCC office of a education survey by made the of a great national park In the filed and exemption granted by: I Straight to a New York but one lose a lot In the pi'tur ,
south Everglades: la I la found In the book. You,;
'with the assistance of the region a rec- the collector of Internal revenue | bookshop she went and gave an that
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p rtme t, there ord ot accomplishment, steady in It Is suggested that all personal I order for books for juveniles to might read "Roberta, too. one'J
were 7,369 illiterates '
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growth, ever Increasing in speed. such' of her later book, and C (>me
In with
in the connected any way be sent to us And she never
conservation during
corps "To the substantial record of I Out of the Kitchen' will open anew ,
' the fiscal year ending June affairs get in touch with the local forget Some at our politicians
90, 1931 A total of 8,408 were these years, wherein act of congress office of th* collector of internal should confer with Mr*. I. A. Ben- vista for some weary woman 'h

persuaded by the education advisers state legislature, citizens, revenue before entering In any nett and learn how to keep promises -
to receive instruction. Of associations and other construe way into the promotion of any of and how not to make promise Evangelist Holds SeriesOf
tire Influences all have made
ti these, 3607 were enrolled in their the above mentioned affairs. which cannot be kept. I do Open Air MeetingsAn
contributions the record of 1933estabtWes
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classes, and 1,799 were given Individual Printer are required by this not know how myself, but she

training About four- "Pufi'uant a to splendid stipulation showing.of the lame law to notify the local officeof does. And I may add, these books open air revival in prog-

fifth of the number who received Everglade National Park Enabling the collector of Internal revenue she gives are always new and in res*.thla week on the lot north of

training achieved the objective set Act of the Seventy-third Congress when ticket or card of admission good condition. By the way Mrs. the Hausman building The Rev
for them by their adviser Over calling for the determination are printed, manufactured or Bennett I* responsible for the Riverside S. J. Cannon a Baptist evangelist,

r I,950 refused to avail themselves of boundaries' for this park, the I It U necessary for the 1014.1 Library In Miami. She was with his wife is conducting thi a*
of the opportunities afforded/ national state (1) the name and address of I president of the Riverside meetings '

A The proportion of Illiterates to Its work on park January service 14,completed 1935. The i the person to whom the tickets an's Club when It started Those in can can park near
I wom-I
the total enrollment wa about report was approved by the department are furnished and (2) the number IU career of library service enough to hear, said Mr. Cannon. ,
s 2 per cent, but varied in each of the Interior. It was of tickets furnished. This shall I tn this new book, Tonights subject will be "Marriage -

" corp area. The Ninth Corp submitted to and accepted by the I be accompanied by proofs or Flame", you have the tang of the Divorce and Living Together" -
Area, bordering on the west coast, governor of Florida. The author- sample copies of the tickets them- j north wood, in the great forests, I Saturday night' subject will
had the lowest proportion, with a ized boundary line follow very selves.. all the thrill and adventure of the be "Hell and Heaven."
figure of three-tenths of I
percent closely those recommended to con-
Mr. Oxley stated
grew by the department of the Interior _
The survey showed that 78 per Dec 3 m h II
cent of the illiterates were under 'All' on federal ,lands 1930. within the 'LORDA"litI Ifiij,1t't _a m

twenty-five year of age; 5 percent park area are now withdrawn
between twenty-six and
thir- from other than
park purpose by
ty-flv years of age Nearly 94
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of
proclamation President Franklin -
per cent of the illiterates were D.
Roosevelt
American-born, and about 4 percent "From air surveys mad by the ..
foreign-born. More than I
department of
commerce geodetic
half YON
came from rural communities -
survey blureau, a map U being
about .61
; a third from mall
prepared of the region coveringthe
towns, and the remainder
from
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water of Florida and Black-
large cities. i
water Bays, Barnes and Card
Continuing, Mr. Oxley said: "[n Sounds, Islands, and adjacent

p' teaching illiterates, advisers haveemplo.d i mainland lyta a variety of technique
National Park limit
Individual Instruction hal been
"During the first session of the
found to be the most beneficial ':
(Continued .n Pace Seven) f1 ST"M
The use of visual aid, such as motion -
picture and newspaper comics UN\CtpAtl.1f
ha* proven helpful Adviser I It teem to be, summing up hastily

leek to begin their learner with i that a girl must have either SUN
word and phrase common to ; magnetism, wit (stlngless), or special O ''Dk

dally life Simple stories and :I accomplishment. Take stock $@ :, 6DI
news-Item are read to the men; of yourself and tee what you can WADS '1'H NA1\Otf
then write In on the credit tide of the OF
they are taught to read them
or write up the material in their ledger. If nature failed to endow YRe I Ti.1 W NT\?1R- TO 66 Burt IK THI

own way. Later on, the men are \you with the first two, you can RR ODU.CrION Or WOR60tn1A /
mown how to express: their accomplish the third for yourself
thought In the form of a letteror In this modem age to be sweetly 1'fyCt'iGKs.A9iS1
a brief account" simple and retiring if a girl, or
chivalrous If a man, U not enough
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POISE AND PARLOR TRICKS '(

There 1* always a lot of human :,
ODD THINGS IN paINT
Interest In my column of advice

to the Iqvelorn. Consider this complaint Another set of odd Items which

a and prescription from the have actually gotten Into print is
pages of the Progressive Farmer: going th* rounds Her are a few I
"A young lady writes. 'I can't of them

seem to hold boy after I attract "Hi first venture into the antique "
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them. This la because I have field wa In Ashevllle. / N. C. s ss
no 'line'. I double-dated recently There he met his wife tl ,s'x.f.'
with the cleverest girl I have ever "He |t described a.. having + xYNa

met. Of court she enraged me brown hair, turning gray, and all
by amusing the whole party Including his upper teeth are missing"

my boy friend. She was 'Doctor Jones, formerly of
Irresistible (but not so good lookIng Memphis ha completed I revival

a* I am supposed to be.) She of the First Church here, during dop
knew a kit .of cute parlor trick which tight members were tea i

that Imply dominated Die crowd, calved." Vf
and did the boys fall for that) Canyou "A young woman want Sti
washing I
make any suggestions?" and cleaning dally"

"Call It a 'line' or whatever you "Green colored girl want.
like but this girt knew how to get until after Christmas.' I

over la a crowd. She knew a tot "While trimming a cottonwood #'TW' ..., '
,of parlor trick. which is Just an- tree Monday Bill Smith suffered I 9 ir "l W**" VfcjffPi"" S ", %.*.. ".
*tth way of saying she knew how a severe blow on the head when a

to remain 'in the spotlight gracefully large branch turned and struck SW people realis fee tremendous part that The fit. Petersburg SUN SOLARIUM of striking

Every girl who U not so him." tilt state .f Florida plays in the winter production Egyptian design, wig completed February 11990. -

magnetic! that people Imply fill 'Harry Taylor, school principalhere .f UM PEPPER. Daring the 19344 season It la 250 feet long and 100 feet wide and
About W like moth about a has a alone applajar that 1.44 carload were from Florida divided
shipped by rail, Into two sections, one for men and the
should cultivate torn hat been in the family 109 ....
par- 7'
boat
and
I I ear. Thi figure. however, doe net ether for women tilt poxes: being separated by an
ashy. it will be one hundred
Post year I Include the ,aaonnt eonaoned la tic state er that ."' '00' wan. Wooden Swill benches are set
1 i may not be beautiful and ten yean old. J
; amusing. She may "Young Lady-eighteen yean' hauled out *f the Nit by trucks, which amounts oat in the center e f both divisions! for reclining

ItelilB, V 1' partner, but ,old M beginner in respectable of) t* approximately 420 carload The total value ma hattan. Thr are also comfortable lean&ack

| .to sing 01' talk flee or otherwise," Franklin .f tilt D94-SS crop anoaatoi to >f LS M12. chaiN for:.$hos* who prefer to sit id the nib

)p 7 bet way:, ( ....) Sentinel Shower hathi and wash, reoma ar* .a both idea. ,iat
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I president of the Ford Motor Company : 8 Insurance protection regular '
Walton Wins 37-31 Redland to Play Miami Tetn> eiance Contest Is )
conference nu<. itwlul; nJl
In Home' Gym Tuesday Won by Lucille West
From Brooker Lbr.InllardFoughtTilt. I The plan Involving kub*':mu,i''- not only fin and 1 ti..'it ''',\tll'IIt'i !

Tuesday night Rrclltmd High I Lucille Welt, daughter of Mi Ily. rt'ut't'cflnol1Cl'! charge and but also $50 dokrtiblp! collision
brood in \iniiKt3 protection for UuPII insurance and vm1t'Nk'lAIII'not'
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and M. Oo
School will play Miami High's A WeH.01'1' the
: puixhnsci la nlftwd throughIF'ord other accidental physical JumRi
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state championship basketball W. C. T U. medal in the juti.oi '
I dealers by the Universal .
to the car.Tin
tmm in the Redland gym A preliminary I high school temperance contest
W. D. Horne Co. Victor C ', authorized Ford
I Credit an>
game between Hcdlaod held at the First Baptist Church number oi monthly: Payment -
Over Franklin, 4S-30. Junior High and Ada Merritt i Sunday evening Eunice Walker, {I finance! company. may be reduced, 01 monlhiv
in Opening Game Junior High school of Miami will I daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. C The plan has three important payments )less than |S5 may be t
begin at 710.: N Walker was given second place I features: paymeat I.[ 't
Tonigbt Kedlaad will play FortLauderdale by two of the judges, Mrs L. L. I I, Maximum monthly payments .
Brooker Lumber Co., piningthe at Fort Louderdule Bow Mrs J. R. Rutland and Mrs. of W, Plus the usual low down ;, car, valued at more than the usual t.
sat taw minutes with tow Monday night Redland defeated C. H. Rica, and Howard West was paymentS down payment, ls turned in tor exchange -
men, could not stave off a test- given second place the The account also
Pompano High School at Pompano by third Finance charges at the rate m&J'oJ
half Walton Nurseries rally and 27-21. The Redland Juniors judge. Richard Biggers, the only of one-half of ana per cent per!discharged at any time by full
was defeated 17.31 In a City won from the Pompano B team, elementary school pupil competing month (I per cent for 12 months),|payment of the balance due, In ,
League basketball game played 28-17 Greenwood with S points, was given honorable mention computed upon the total of the which event a rebate of i portion i
Wednesday bight In the gym W. Nelson with 7 and Mulllns with The others in the contest were I original unpaid balance plus insurance of the credit charge will be allow.Promotions
D. Home Co. won from P. J'I 6 led the Redland scoring Mulllns Joe andjudson Piche and Lester cost I ed.
Franklin, Inc., la the tint was outstanding defensively, Archer. ---
43-30. I This was the second of a seriesof t
Brooker ran up a score of '-0 contest that are being spon-
over Walton ai the game opened. l\IiamllU Swamps 11.U.S. sored by the wives of the minis1 .
The tint quarter ended: Brooker, Varsity and B QuintetsA I 1 ten of the district
9, Walton, 3. In the second quarter I I .
Brooker got larger lead by
scoring It points to Walton's T, High big School smooth-working basketball Miami team, NEW\ $25 A MONTH .
thereby leading Walton 1 ,-10.
swamped Homestead High Tuesday
In the third quarter, however afternoon In the Miami gym I PAYMENT! PLAN.
hard
from
A raise docs not come
the Walton sharpshooters found nasium 44-14. The Homestead B
the basket ai well as Brooker team lost to Miami High's B team] I
scorers did, and the tally at the I I 28-1. FOR FORD BUYER work. Your achievements not ordinary
end of the 27-25 In
quarter was Miller Miami High forward,
favor of Brooker. Immediately was high scorer with 13 points I work or long hourS, designates

after the last canto opened- Wai-i i II and Franklin was high for Home- Finance Charge at Rate the size of
your pay.
tied the
ton score at 27 all Brooker -I!
stead with 4 pointer: Earl Smith ,
made a basket and polled away made three out of four foul shots. I of 6% Per Annum i
only to be tied again 31 all. Mattfon and Rohrei, Homestead Pisa Inmurancc 1 ; j
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In the last few minutes of play, guards, played the full game Raise )'ourself-make'PurtflC better.
with Elmer Sullivan and Ed j f But made 7 of the HomesteadB : .
Brooker both out of the game, team's 19 points. Gnmmjg 1 I r6-A' Make your worl Bltter. ,
Walton shot three bankets quick made B points for Miami High's' n.mcing retail purchase of new
succession to win the game. second team.Homestead. Ford V-8 cars hns been put Into Merit more m.In .,-.
Reed of Htoofcer was high scorci .----- I *CT.Lt throughout tin ttnitxl8ti
of the h U 1.1) ng
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Brink,r and timer Pnllluin" Edison Here: Tonight ? P';:re :?,,1.i :1.001 1:1 :l u" : !
plu)'irut(' his first game nfUi recover ; W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE ; J
ng flow lb" mumi.ii plivjeilui'i \ Htmfip tead Jlif/h Srlitxfl ulll i :n::' ;Ol'I! -, !-': t' ": aru'f' h' it 1%
tb fen-,, for J-\Ilk'r. ,,
civ play the Muirtii I Edison HII,h
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Bra.l"cled I Home in Mctory,, het,.101 I basketball. team tonight In'' I IKI. \I"J'O, STORM 'AM: 1.IKK 15'("?-' \e look: ( ,.vr> i ourtic tin' iainos .
scoring! 24 point .nd" o\e.shadow the bosh gem. A game betwiin .I'liono :SIlt-.M
log the shorts ot McCormick oti I Uio D tAm of the two schools Office In BlcCrprjr Arcade i, people.
Franklin, who made 14. will start at 7.IS. --- I Ii
I Homestead will be '"" "'"
fighting an

Two Miami Teams I!:Building uphill] battle hand playing of theft without dfew the W,i Edward" i Regular courses-ves. Terms-yes

star H DoDUngw, whfl'to ffl Real Estate
Defeated Tuesday !1 with the nTumpt, 1M Bgaln t Central Insurance g'J" I

i much mart experienced, Jaat. KUWIDI CITY rU..
In Homestead Gym ,!, Redland Homestead Business
Edison defeated High for Piliii Arw. end AT*. College
School 4280 ,
recently. ,
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Brooker Downs Packers, j(f Monday Homestead will go to Horne Building;
Fort Lauderdale to play Danla
59-34; Franklin Licks I High School in the Lauderdale r: :)-.a I
Baptists 46-38 gym

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A picked-up Brooker Lumber :
Co. 'Basketball team defeated i
Smith, Richardson & Conroy of '
Miami M-34, and P J. Franklin, '
Inc., won from Temple Baptist of''
Miami, 48-38, Tuesday night in
ILl Homestead gym A MONTH

Smith Richardson & CWl'-ov ,
could: nf ru1 er the sharpihootingErl .
IlrouH'i old Bill B"1<11"' )' \vhopi $
I"d t ip 41 potnts bjjvvfet' them.) '
C,iw, HID i nd PoaiMt. forwards>> forUir \

each Miim team tor.'d 10 punts' '!i::, now lJuysL

With If onxnsive star 'MeCois1 t
muck, hitting the loop forn I
points, and Charles Sullivan, aNew
meriting up 10 point rronkllnoutplaycg L :
temple Baptist throu 1)-
out the fame Huber, Swift and '
Light of Temple each made 8 I


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1:1 Pictures Of New Dodge Reveal What Insider I 1-------I I'IJ' I the*'e basketball postponed game the In meeting Miami .feli .

.... .,.,.,........,,,,,, ..... ... : i them until Wednesday Thftte\'
!/ | that did not belong! to the Pet",
: Th" Underfoot scouts have Club met Tuesday .
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handed in their pet stories and We learned tu send the SOS ono.
have gotten their pent Mrs Skill !' fv( other letters of the Morn
troop| c.ipt-iin. \U going to Miami 'i code .
Thursday to a luncheon for council I. ThOll attending the me<
members, then dinner at the
a were: Captain Skill Vara Rhenef.i,
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: beach Thursday evening She '
Athley Kemp Mary France Rut-
will attend II camp committee ; !land Wave Horton, Mary and Ann -..
meeting Friday morning. I Moon, Mary Jo Close and
So many of the scouts belong hostess, Barbara Biggen



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mew Dodge 4-doot 5.d..* Includes pivoted i For Greater Crop Production
I : I' iY, asst !ate wbado.e.tra ,

...w. I -= I For Finer Quality

f vim of the ev Dodge fctey It...
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of mato10. j plant: foods, including all of the essential

I elements necessary to normal plant
,! An Interesting development incorporated: la Trunks that are Integral part at the body
I 1 the new Dodge model to Ride Levelator stamping of the naw Dodge Touring Sedan growth, in such manner as to insure
operating in combination with two...., by- models,provide enough room to hold the .par*
,J draulic shock absorber Because of the action "wheel and tire a* welt a* trunks. wardrobe your plant normal, longer'lived, natural

of the Levelator the car doe not wy in __*uit asses, golf bogs, and other touring! luggage grow tli.
taking curve at high speeds. of the travelor
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8. Market product co-operative I The chapter that has the best
Homestead F. F. A. ly I list and more perfectly carries that
News t. Develop clubhouse [ list out Is recognized at the best
By Tommy MoffettTo cooperatively
SOIL DS n 91C.CARL
In the state the state
chapter by
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10 Purchase fertilizer cooperatively [
set up a list of activities for state can include other activities
the year was the purpose of the 11. Provide necessary facilities that took place at..... state con- F. WARNER, RepresentativePhone
executive committee meeting ventlon to be sent to the national I
Wednesday night In the course at' for 13 canning ok t 0"- ...- ,,,....... 27 Homestead, Fla.CHOTHERDEMANDSASAFECARFORSHIBLEYTEHPLE.
Encourage conservation
the meeting the members set! .
aeide business to listen to the I natural resource I WANT ALS; IlAY I J
Everglade Ramblers play the banjo 13 Assist in beautifying parks I J
guitar and harmonica Robert: 14 Jotn chamber of commerce -
Orubbs Linton Conner Car Van 11 HoW F F A. luncheon oncea (

Winkle and Clyde Bowden were month. )
i the Imtertalnl'l' H Hold informal party at j
After the entertainment the clubhouse once a week. i
members; got down to business and I" Have musical tea to be sponsored 3
set up the following activities: by P,-T. A.IS .
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j t. Have sn overage o. three Publish year boo*
Other activities will be addedat ,
projects per boy
r 1. Each member own a p-.. tot a later meeting
In older that the people: of the
t I. Brood chicks co-opei-ativu i. Redland District may better understand
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.. Produce and distribute ornamental chapter known at the executive ," <.,. -
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Friday. .Tamary 17, lW. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Seven
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Bill Seeks
Removal of Five-Year Ban
to the park CIIW*".

n On Money for Everglades Park Area commlsaion Th Everglades In this abstract National of Park title G RO"VE !

-- work la indebted to Dade County, THEATRE
(Continued From Page Four) I I the EvtrfladM National Park Enabling I not only for free -ace:M to county COCONITShrw : QRU\'I!:

present congress, Senates Fletcherand J Act which prohibit the use rscord but aaloofor O"KP fin''r T and I AdmUale Mf
Representative Wilcox introduced of public moneys on this park project space wherein the commission ,'in Matinee Sat. and SUB. I0,
companion bill asking for I for a term of five years from I I work conveniently 71i<* Dadr Ste Spx m.
the elimination of the clause in the time of Its adoption (1934).'I County State Road Department u
a moat" important protection me.-,I Senator Fletcher succeeded in j I contributing office floor space for SUNDAY IHRU THURSDAY

ure "EdW:1to\1' In tha Ev l'> r pasting his Representative!the 'park work. The PArk commission i i DA
Cedes National Park an unexcelled Wllcax met with' delays. He anticipate ::1[ I is Indebted th* federalgovernment
field tor study and n... ",. SlU- I getting an early calender tor access to recant rev \\t\\' \ \l
dent .f the uplifting Influence of i date for:bit park: bill In the forthcoming 1 In the Miasnt federal building ? \
travel within nation parks upo.1 session and : '
meat "Jo. theY of Miami and bade U\
favor
the tourist took upon the Everglades I'it will with the of f Count both the park association ': t,1Et1 D1
National Park a* Of great house membe.y."By .
*nd- pork commission are !indebted I ntl.t"\\
Importance rich In educational,
acts of Florida state legislature for floor space on the fourteenth cE ,
Inspirational and recreational
1933 session, the Everglade I[ floor the court house for office I Un' I
value The
certain to visit
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the Everglade National Park will I ....
Incline hundred ot thousands to are substantially advanced: "At the present rate o* ac "mplislunent I' ff
travel southeasterly annually The I) "Now all state land within it Is anticipated this ill , IIU'I.

Increased business advantage this the petit (about 430,000 acre) preliminary records required for aayt ors
will create all along the line of are available for park enclosure a. close| estimate of the fund required w "t """'

travel 1* a matter not open to "Land* In Monroe Co'inty to complete the *,-cpMttioaof ,,Y M,1.... I u,1\I'p.!!
question All in all, the Everglades (8700ft. acres) previously reserved Everglades Park land will be 1- :1IIf ,
I tilt tat of the .
National Park project li of for the Seminoles are I' available within the next three Topping ifttlaf .
very wide importance now available for the park. The month */
The association adds its contribution Seminoles are to be provided f' "Through a combination of Pt'"-1 "Ttxnb t MMiM", are DICK ,
to the actlvtie which ; with other lands better suited to j vate 'eontrlbutlon federal MId|I POWELL W ANN DVORAK. 1G\\ \ x ;

have made the Everglades!: National their Interests state approp 'stion:. it 'i -.,til'l.i !- : FffKintes cf At tarp end radio ..pI -
Park project for 1933 10 outstanding Everglades Park area lands I i pated that the required 'line' I v.ill pen tub there in die million daluatttt.
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a record, and extend the now In private ownership may be raised tA\l\\OI
assurance that its purpose It to be exchanged for other state I,' "Added to the !;bij rrti''t1' I I IPE I

continue to push forward to the lands. Lands so acquired by the I'II taken .by -!-botKT tttrto and '.d rai
extent of Its opportunity in the state will be added to other state government Inhe passing of j WANT ADS PAY d
work to bt accomplished before I I 1'Q"G"
contributions to the park. legislative measures favorable to \
the Everglades National Park can "The major portion of the : this Everglade Nattonol Park SjA,REO
become a reality. With the splendid park area lying south of the ;, project and the cpatrlbution of .
strides toward the early
eventuation
Tamlami Trail is now set aside land, many private interests art I
of the National: \tt"t\tD
Everglade a* a nature sanctuary and wildlife now In readiness to contribute
Park already made we can breeding ground lands held by them wlth'n the pork ...- -c -
dently look forward to 1930 area. Outstanding! In tile PAS ,
banner ot conn-I The portion ot the park area i : i the '
year arcomp lying within the Everglades I Florida Federation' Woman JOHN O BALLET IMWT NO, 4*
to the end that the ,
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passed resohnUoM
afforded
Drainage District la now i AMERICAN LEGIONM
tional Park will be a reality in the and is now In readiness to
con-
early future I fire protection tribute the Royal Pa'm State dm and third \\'.. ..***iyt

At the meeting of the Everglade "By authority of the 1929 session Park. It comprises about 4,000 a "' .. A.aerlesa Ltc.... suds, W
National Park Commission held | contingent upon act of congress acre and lies within the Fver- I iced s.n>l slow l Now! h kruii,_AII ...
Wednesday Thomas J, Pancoast, (1934), Governor Sholtz appointed glades National Park am I ............. rlaHOMESTEAD. 4
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pioneer Miami Beach developer'l I the Everglade National Th* Everglades National Park 13 i _"" .M.
was elected chairman I Park commission vested with; authority project Is now welt before th
Wilson of J&cksonvU'e! was elected I I to acquire the binds within public Conservationist interested LODCK NO. t i'II
vice-chairman Committee and'I the Park area not otherwise acquired GeneralPublic
in the cf I '
perpetuation native I. O. O. P.
members include: i iI wild Ufa real that the setting II
Lands and boundaries Graham "Th* park commission I* actively aside of this area of Utilities! meets every Tuesday venlaS
Copeland. Everglade, chair-. "; at work obtaining records ot 12.000 approximately j S o'clock In LO.O,F. IU1L N.a ,

I, J. 'W."\ It9 1'1l -' AUiIIf- :: abstract of title to binds within continentalAm flom..1 ,"' .....,. I lot ,tree&. Ii
Velcomeby
est.enanam R 1"Qm.r. K-y the The'* rucccds I I Visitors \
': park area. are I! ((..imtlnu on raga Ten) i,
Uthsitee"Mr. Wilson, chairman nearing completion for Dado -
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j Tampa; Noihtrg Thompson, Key work Is veil ahng 1) Monroe
West. find John O Shares, Sebring. I County f tube.intial ,fart has
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man: Mrs. W S Jennings, Jack- 02 the base for negotiations by the
sonville and Mr. Co, l11D4. Public park commission with owftot of: .
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relations Dr. Hamilton Holt, lands within the park are*), Tale' Start the
president of Rollins Collage. chair- rapid progress with this abstract '
man: Mrs T. V Moore Miami, and ot title war, In Dude Cotwty nod ,
Mr. Thompson with a minimum of expense' :Incurred -

Mr Pancoast and Ernest F. Coe, is du: In no small measure
executive chairman of the commission to the generosity of the Dade-

were elected ex-offIcio Commonwealth Title Company,

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Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 17. 1936.ENDORSE .


Member .* the Capital Steal k .t ,try, Including the New York As- Chief Silver Tongue
PUNS Aa etty. She wa tornwrty a "SICIi'BALLOTSCAST tisMt, Spiritualist1Meand
To Here
ember' of the American Legion ** the Alliance are Sing FridayChief

FOR STATEWIDE Auxiliary of Homestead.. TUESDAY utttttag and securing a charter
Pall Bearer were: W. E. Rhen- under the name of General As- Silver Tongue who recently -

*y, Gordon Ivey, Joe Scarborough sembly. gave a concert in Homestead -
ORGANIZATIONContinued J. H. Roberta, B. S. Murphy and HELD ILLEGALContinued Arthur Ford whe Is well known will big here again next
K. E. Altman. I to many in this vicinity a* he was Friday evening under the sponsorship -
I at one time poster of the Christian of the Homestead Methodist -
( From Page One) ( From Page One) I Church In Fort Lauderdale t* the choir.

hating Industries held in Lakeland 2 Local Men ArrestedFor laher, 108; N. T. McCourtney, $7. I national president Chief Silver-Tongue la aid to

Dec. 13. Ma. Ensign, former.Ur Miami Assault The total number of ballot.cast The public I* Invited to the bathe most noted Indian tenor in
): connected with the Florid Experiment -' was 623. of which U were thrown ,.union meeting. v UM world, members of the choir,

Station at GalnMvfflcviterated out It WM one of ,the biggest I report _The concert wilt begin at
chart 'showing the Warrant for the arrest of Hotel vote cast In a., Homestead city Nets $37.07V" 7 JO o'clock.Presbyterian'.
I Saul astd Laster Homestead Tag Day
Sucker at
many thing that could be accomplished election, yet the day wa one of .
through organization and I for aggravated aaaault on the quietest election day ever For School LibraryThe
I Walter Van HoUendoft in Miamion Pastor
her ending exceptionally -
research. Included were: greater experienced *- an
maturity, uniform feed laws, better the night of Jan. 1, were served quiet campaign period. election tag day receipt Expected by Jan. 31
better Wednesday night by: Policeman the candidates amounted to $37.07. Mrs. E. J.
package, pack, revision -! By virtue of bring two -
W. H. Sykes.. The warrant were Dyal, Homestead P.-T A. president -
of standard grades, better receiving the highest num-
The Rev. E.: L. Nelson, new pastor -
dated Jan. > but reach
did not
report The will be;
marketing, controlled water tup- ber of votes, Mr. Harris and Mr. money of the Homestead Presbyterian
Homestead n t I, Wednesday used for buying book for the
ply. morning. Webb are elected a* holdover I Church and his bride are expected -
school
library. I
Mr. Rue laid that the Import- member of the council for a to arrive In Homestead by Fri-
Girl who assisted In driveat
the
Saul and Rucker
not of allowing none but certI- "Were return-I term of four year Henry day, Jan. 31. They are to come
ing from the west some time during the day were:
coast
sold Brooker, Jr., elected for a
fied teed to be could not be from Alberquerque, N. M., home
ped In Miami where they got In will be the Mia Lots Walker Miss PrlacillaFread
four term In 1(34
over-emphasized. Tom Lindsay year of the bride, by automobile.
i the of Van Hollendofl Miss Hazel Sullivan Mia
company only hold-over member of thepresent
aid school for teaching
that
and Nolan Pike former Home- council Mr Kirby, the Mabel William, Miss Leola Little, Mr. Nelson wa graduated recently -
should be conducted to
grading stead resident. Saul and Rucker Mill Lot Conner Miss Mary from Decatur Seminary In
other holdover member,
pound into packing house men the I' Georgia and Ito has been preaching
who admittedly had been drinkIng sarily forfeited the necea-I Moon Min Jewell Campbell, Miss
importance of this factor. A. F
1 are alleged to have beaten Marjorie Sullivan and Miss Ethel at McDonough Ga.
poll tax before taking ,
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Arthur .uaeltedhat a strong
Van Hollrndoff 0'1'h.. head Mr'IIu Bailey.An .
Robert said. -
organization like that proposed I
with a cold drink bottle entertainment will be given
could bring the necessary pressure to the legality of the election
by the P.-T. A. in the next few FRESH EGGSMILKFED
On reading of the assault in the
to bear on the legislature to appropriate date Mr. Roberts 1.ld.hat was
week to get more money for library FOWL
morning after their arrival
funds for needed paper non-debatable the
adequate a question a*
book Mr*. S. L. West has CHICKS-Live or Dressed
experiment In truck growing In Homestead Saul and Rucker charter sets It as the second Tuesday -
: offered to furnish a play and oth- Yours All Houn
fact gave themselves up to She Homestead In January and anything In
*. M Oolatl cited the that er numbers are being planned.The .
FARM
but held HARRISON POULTRY
police were not
the code which mean the ordinances -
the state commissioner of agriculture -
because no order for their arrest subject to the admission charge will be very Aladdin City Farm Life Road
had turned over $2,900 of his passed low. I
had been received. Both surrendered charter must give to the
fund "to the football people' in 'I way
Miami/ for publicity" a* an Instance peacefully when Sykes apprehended charter. H* laid that in all prob-
of the need for an organization them Wednesday. They ability a clerical error In typingthe
were taken to the county jail tyt
to see that agriculture get moat recent copies of the code
Miami constable await trial I
was reponslble for the appearanceof
a.fair share in the apportionmentof
public fund the econd Tuesday In Febru-
Church ary" therein Instead of the "_
Other who spoke Included of.,God RevivalTo
ond Tuesday in January", a* the Y.
George Wakefield, H. L. Cook, Last Another WeekThe
charter provides.At .
and W. M. Flflcld. County Agent 73eoTRA
C H. Strffanl who tent out the the conclusion of the meeting 46
ChJch---od; ;; FOODS
call for the meeting at the request announces the printing of the ballots, suspended ,
of the organizer, presided that the Rejr-W. F' Blotter willcontinue until the point raised A am
Y I thrtftkh ne'xt week the could be straightened out, was

revival meeting now In prorel"'Th' Ordered completed.
Services Held Tuesday Rev. John W. Lorton who

For Airs. Louis 0. Hall was conducting the revival was Spiritualists to Hold ..
called to his home in Tampa because -
Union Sunday WHEN
of the serious Illness of hi* Meeting you use Armour's, your crops are
Funeral services for Mra. Sarah
baby there. assured of a generous plant food ration'-at a
Elizabeth Hall who died at her Church services will not beheld
home oft lJ. W. 14th St. Saturday "If you are interested in vital In the Spiritualist Temple of price based on the major plant food :content .:"

lifter a lingering illness, were condUcted Christianity we believe you will Truth In Homestead Sunday evening alone. The average Armour formula also provides '' L
Tuesday at Turner Funeral enjoy these services," a church because this church will take
Home by the Rev C N. Walker, official said yesterday. All are part in a union meeting of Spir- 48 73/100% minor and secondary plant

pastor of the First Baptist Church. Invited. itualists at 1621 8 W. Sixth street, foods- aH with recognized plant food value,

Burial was In Palm Cemetery at Miami, at that time. All Spiritualist and many of them as essential to crops as.
NaranaMrs T POLICE COURT CASES organizations over the coun-
Nitrogen Phosphoric Acid and Potash.
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Hall leaves ncr mwband, Seven cases In police court this
LouU O. Hall, a son, Robert L. week were disposed of a* follows
Halt of Lexington, Ky.: who came by Mayor ;tVBJBlrd NOwoNoeawg PILL
to attend the wrvice; a daughter Edna Gretwoolored, using protons Tait EGO CASKET WE

Mrs M. A. Berger of Homestead, language, $S or 10 days GET EGO rut.-o-PEP MASH JrmOU1SFERTILIZERS

and 11 grandchildren. She was James Smith disorderly conduct .
llxty-tlve yean old. A son, Harry 19 and 10 days, with jail sentence
O. Hall died In May of last suspended: Willie B. Bradley and

Jesse Scott, disorderly conduct, t
year.Mr.. and Mrs. Hall came to each $280 or five days, JohnP.

Homestead 14 yean ago from Neafscy operating motor vehicle -
West Palm Beach where they had while under Influence of ::.
lived for seven yean after leaving liquor, (25 cash bond forfeited;

their home In Covington, KyMr Pierce Huff, disorderly conduct, d
*. Hall was an active member I 110 or 10 day; Roy Pervey
fIl the Daughters of America chapter drunkenness, $3 cash bond forfeited. See M for ttrltttttf lee few chew ...i vegetable tr***. ;:

of Latonia, Ky., and was a For Sale Homestead lit

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) Local III League Wins stead were: Mn. I.O. Wynn Marjorie .
FLORIDA CITY Union Banner Maser, Nell .. Edwina I ,
Mrt. W. W. Stray, CorrMpmdtwt Meeting Close Jane Draper, WanettaKoealUne ',
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: The Homestead HI League at Iris Cwltowr.. ,?1 i
M,. and Mn. BnwaMt A ReId of the Method Church Mhmfled a King. site l Boel* csy; Alton J
': Johnstown N. Y., arrived Monday union meeting held at 3 Uan Marjorie Redd Vie. King andJ. ,: .' ,
l Homestead jar a Uy of Indefinite length. Glade Church last TbUMday night E. Clone '.(lung
,, They have parked their hwwe car and brought back the efficiencyand The HI League... a new CMWaelor -
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under the banyan: tree on the J.I attendance banner. Mn L. L. Paler, who succeeds .I
A. Severy property Those: attending from Home Mrs. J. K. dot :( .
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Mr, and Mn Aubern DelUnger Mn. Roy Isenhower i
of Miami,
a W. F. A. Robertson WM 01 Tuesday ...
of Shelby, N. C., announce the former resident of Fremont, I
spent
but U reported to be out again
i A birth of an eight-pound daughter I I Tuesday In Homestead and Red-
f( Margaret Durham on January 10! land visiting former Fremont res- Card of ThanksI
at their home. Mrs. Bellinger it, Identa, Mr. and Mn. N. G. Ball, Mr*. Lillian Bell of Elwood.Pa.
a .the former Mitt Coma Davit,1 Mr. and Mn R. E Reed and Mr. if a gust of Mr. and Mrs E.: Warren. :1 .i

I'I' Davit daughter of Homestead.Mr. of Mr. and. Mrt. H. J i I and Mrs. Ceo E. Reed truly appreciate the flattering: .

I -- The Rev. and'Mrs C. N. Walker Bill Freeman and Ira :ZUrnmer. which citizens of Homestead last Tuesday ,
and Mn Grant Mahan entertained Mn. W. p Home, Mra J. T. nan of Ronceverte W. Va.. ar. me to a four-year term on the city council It
rived Tuesday for the winter.
on Wednesday Mr. and Vann and Mrs C. H. Reed represented Thty
;, M",. W. L. Miller. Mn. M. L.I the First Baptist Church are guests of Mr. and tin. Boyd impresses upon me more than ever the realization ,
Hosteller and daughter Mill Helen of Homestead at the Baptist eonventIon 2ohemour. that public office is a public trust and that an
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"I all of Grundy Center, ,Iowa: !; ,held_in Arcadia. this week., '
Mrs Thot. Mooty of Relnbeck!;' + Baxter Holland of Cochran Ga., office holder should be even more zealous in be ,.;iJ

Iowa; and with Mr.their and daughters Mrt John Marly Me:- Mrs. 'C.'A. Howell of Bnnford. arrived ,Monday for the tomato half of a community's affairs than he la in the 'I" .,f
Knight I *eaw>n.
r. and Eloise of Quinter, Kan her Fla.,sister it spending, Mrs. Seymour the winter Dane.with. Antonio CtrveltO of Brooklyn bt working, out of his own business problems. ./,'rr r

Mr. and Mrs S. J. Collier and' guest at the Torrlae horn, .
their son, Jerry: and Mr. and Mn I" Mn. Ruth Wiggins of Alabama TOM J. HARRIS ,1
W. Gant of Birmingham, Ala., arrived b visiting her daughter, Mn. Ruth Mrt. r. I!. Lelnlnger baa been
Monday for a visit with Mr I I I Mormon, and other relatives here. 01 the part week. }
and Mn. H Collier of Homestead. '
t M- Mn. Jas. Hancock It expected to
Dr. and W B. Slgler of r
Fra'nk Schneider of Philadelphia return to her home hare this week
I Miami and Mr. and Mn. Jules
arrived lost week to spend from the Kendall hospital Card of Thanks ;
Abrahams of Coral Gables
spent
a month with hit ion and daughI I I
Sunday with Mr. and Mn. J. R.
; ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank{ Sal Eipoiito of Miami was In
I Byrum.I I take this means of thanking those who sup.
Schneder, Jr, of Redland.Mr. Florida City attending to business
I trotters Wednesday.The ported my candidacy: for city coundlman..I was '
and Mn. H. O Thurmanare I Miss Lillian Johnson It spending not elected but I am satisfied that six good men
announcing the arrival of a the week with relatives. in Junior Missionary Society
chosen and will them in
were support ,
any way
six-pound daughter, Amelia Jane OJus.Mn., of the Tree MethodUt Church was }
fat the Post Graduate hospital onSunday. entertained by Mn. E.: Warren possible!! in their efforts to solve the city's problems. ;

Augustus Wynn and her Tuesday: afternoon at a reward for .' i
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regular attendance during a four- ;
new-born
Mitt Alll Hitch It convalescing' ton, Brian Augustus month period.
C. \V. LITTLE ;
were brought home Tuesday from I
from an appendicitis operation
I Jackson Memorial hospital in Mf- Io
performed Monday at the PostGraduate ami. Mrs. Miiile who hat been a guest
hospital I of Mn. EflTlyn Carroll will leave :
thla week for a visit In Miami.A J\
Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens of I Mrs. Vivian Rogers of Miami It j
South Miami announce the birth i spending the week with her broth- community upper was held Card of ThanksI i
of and eight-pound son, David j i er-in-law and titter Mr. and Mn. In the social rooms of the Com
Gary. In the Hunt hospital on Jan. E.: J. Dyal 'munity Church Wednesday even-
2. Mn. Stevens with the baby it Ing. wish to thank the friends who cupported me
now at the home of her parent, Roy Matthews U able Mo be out and fellow
Mr. and Mn E.:E.: Bailey on Avocado of bed after a ten-week illness CARD OF THANKSWe in the election Tuesday to assure my
drive. They wIl be taken Mn. Seaman who It making her wish to express our thanks townsmen that I will perform the duties of city "
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home Sunday.Mr. home with Mr. and Mn. Matthews for the floral offerings and the
Is bedfast with a severe expressions of sympathy during councilman to the best of my ability. :
and Mn. Glen Smith hadas cold. our recent bereavement.
visitors over the week-end1 Louis O. Hall J.G.VYNN
Mn Smlth'i father, the Rev. L. $. Mrt M. A. Berger :
Ovid Sullivan I II confined to hit j
Kirkland and her sister Mn D. Robert L. Hall,
G. Wade both of Dothan, Ala., home with the mumps. M.... Mabel Hall
and another sister, Mn O L.
Crawford of West Palm Beach Mrs. S. H. Hunsacker of Janesvilte -
Wit, who was a guest of
Mr. and Mn. Wayne Sldel of Mrs. M. A. Mowry last week returned
Fremont, Ind., who are spendinga Sunday to Miami where
short vacation In Miami and she it I spending the winter.
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I Card of Thanks

Card of ThanksI :

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appreciate the vote; given me in the election : ."'I''J

Tuesday and'wID do all in my power to merit It. v I want to thank the people of Homestead for
their support and vote. Regardless of what your

I decision may have been in voting for or againstme

FRANK. ;B. RUE I I want you to feel at any time to let your
II I wants be known so' that I may serve you and '
I the people of Homestead in the best possible

msnnr. If you have anything to suggest or to

say regarding the administration of the city's

Card of ThanksI I affairs' or my part in them please feel free t<*

come to me in the council rooms at my home or

desire to express my appreciation of the I office or on the street.It .

generous vote given me in Tuesday's election. As !

i a member of the city council I will try to deserve ; is my desire to help make Homestead a

the confidence the voters have expressed in me. better revenue-producing city and a better placeIn
which: to live.

A. FRANK WEBB ;

.' I feel that when a person is elected to office
i he Is'the servant of the people, instead of'the

people being the servant of the officer.

Card of Thanks I ," ': '''': .

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I deeply appreciate the honor and responsibility I it"

conferred on me by election to the city : IB: W.MORRIS. ,

council and I will devote my utmost efforts, toward f ,

working out problems of the taxpayers. '.. '' "" .. t


.Je, L. BURTON

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J FLORIDA 1 CITY P.-T, A SURPRISES PUPILS MRS. JOE ELDER WILL GIVE If
The Calendar
MRS HARRY COOPER I I I II
SATURDAY
WITH SHOWER _.. PIANO RECITAL AFTERNOON '
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Mrs Harry E Cooper, the Other present were: Mr OClomnger Jan. IT-O. B. S. meeting in I. Mrs. Joe Elder will present -:: ;; Sprite' .__ .. Concone -
O. o. r. haiLJan.
met i Miss Gladys Sharpe, was tor-I Mrs. Herbert Hunter pupils In a piano recital Dance" Bilbro t
en a surprise l bridal shower Mon- IS-Areme Club rummage at I o'ekxilt In the home of Valeria Campbell ,
day evening by members of the \ Mn M. Silverman Mr*. John Ale In colored town. petunia, Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Dance" .. .. ._ Balnei ,
Florida City P -T A at the homeof Rohrer, Mn Bruce Thompson, Jan. Homestead P.-T. A. i.y, In Princeton.The ) Waves" Willlami
the president Mn W. W. Sev- Mn Bell, Mn Jas. Cook. Mrs Dad' Night program at t p. m. program will consist of Eleanor Murray
Strong, Mn Nelson Mn Walk-
ery The shower followed a short Jan. 80-Meeting of the Junior following number: solo, "Cricket Dance
business meeting of the association up and Mr*. Chas Toppino, Florence Woman' Cub of Homestead in the Playlet __ Scene from the Lit ___'__''''''',_,_, Greenwald
Nelson, Alfreda and Elizabeth 1 1
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clubhouse at J m. Close
p. George Frederick Handel accompanied
Cook Helen Schnader and .
The gift presented to the
were Edwlna.: Close
Jan. Community supper at Father Handel-Mary Frances
Catherine Rohrer.
bride In an attractive pink and Redland Community Church. Arthur; Mother lIandelEdwina '* Minuet" Grief ;. 1
white basket by Milfred and War- Those sending gifts were: Mr Mary France
Rutland
rene Severy, small daughter of J. K. Scott, Mn Jesse Caves Mrs Jan. Jl-Meeting of Woman'lClub Close; Lttle Windmill' __.Ella Ketterer 6t
Rutland
France
Mary
of the Redland In ;
the hostess.Mrs. A. B. JLangham, Mrs. Blanche clubhouse of the Wisp"
Major
Maid domo
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Frank Schrader assisted Chapman, Mill Marion Robertson Jan. 22-Redland P-T A. benefit Edwina Close
I Grand '
Mrs Savory in serving cake and Mn Joe Doxsee and Shirley Dean! bridge at 8 p. m. in C. E. EJch- Grace Murray English., I Duke- .__. _. _........... Chopin

punch. Doxsee enberger home in Naranja El _......._._..
_._ ** Beethoven
------ Jan. 22 "Sarsbande" .._ .... .
-Redland Home Demon- Mary France Arthur
WOMAN'S CLUB PRESENTS \ narrating tact about annuals ail I stration Club work meeting at Mary France RutlandQlgue" Boat Song in A Minor"

GUT TO PRESIDENTThe 1 the nursery In South Miami. Mrr (30 a m I .... ...... .. _..._-.__ -_1 '_'_. .. ... Mendeluohn
Woman Club of Homestead r Geo. E. Deuel described Highland) 'IanHome :d IiOem, Mary Grace English: Mary Grace English 'j'

presented Its president, Mnf.1 hammock near Sebrlng and Avo-t .)niti t :, '. ig Happiness', "Evening Song movement from Sonata .
Win D. Bishop with a Park, Mn Ju McCnady reo I a "My Pony" from "Melody Mozart
dishes after the regular meeting Flowers of the Nation" and Mn .l'J.' Dale FaUlt ", Without Word, Mendels Ir

held Tuesday afternoon In the O !o. K. Reed gave n group of reading ., ...., Fairy Polka Streabl
UibhoUM, Met. Bishop before Carol Virginia Lee Betty ]Blake I
I1t', mm ring.Dec.. 26 woe Mra. I Twenty-time attended Benldtthcwc M the Fair" r: of the Onomei" Risher
Or i Nod I. already named those preset Vhat Will You Buy', from : ,. el Roses," from "Murk i 1

lilt I s. II(..III1'', r Sage, Mrs (tarry'I!' were: Mr D. S Snow, Mr ano Dialog J
W"lf,.. Mi... IV H Will! .. Mr..lh I' (Ch umicy Upton Mrs. LeonniHcinan Joy Lee Virginia Walker
( Rn.n, /md Mrs N. G Bit'! ', Mr; R M. Btrnra. Mr
\.U ...I I ", i,,Ir" to if pro*.it t List .A W Shstsl<'. Mrs. H. C Reft WE win,IAMB IIO"'OUDANNlnR I I Mrs Boyd Cohcrno.
,1111!, ,. ,..nty fw tl. 'li.." M 1'b. N. C Ball, M18. W. U WellI ARY OF i Hobart Brockett, Mrs Vim .
tetrad, t ,' 'p1UI'' '>ili t'- \ Wm l4 .,. ,
Stay U ., 'I. Elbe 4 urpriac birthday party I Mn H. M Brow n. 1 i
'> ". ''FI '" I IWI' lift> JL\*Tine. Mr FInk; on for Dave U ,Illnnji Snow. Mm Ficcmau .
\, .I' IV ',. 1'ut;. '-1'. l' Jac k&o1 ht by the young people 'Jf t Roj"W Neill. MIT Johnny P, t I.. :
II"" ''n. \1, rn. 11.,1,1', :II, n mislead Afethodit, [ Church Selma Raite, Mr. J A M,:'-
\! ( :'h'.T I.j. ltd .",01 l \i' \J.n. ,,' ] horn of Mi W.llwm' 1 Mm Joo'Doxsee, Mrs B 1 1',,,
'" pill I .I. l 11,. J t < : ,.
: i .; e ?i't:. I II ..lIstl'l'inlMI' and Mrs. Ji S. Dobbin
F .1I. .
\\illnni In Pont nir E. Myci. Mu Mars J
illDIO c ;
I'-T. \ WILL
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I I. t u I 1\\ 'Ivp, M n nI < Mrs ,
John Rolirei. Ai.
can: BEXFFfT BRIDGE Tames were played. ;-
:I.' 4\1 I < Will Mrs !{ Deitz, Mm Lucy Clint"
: A ,,> I II:, ,and Mrs l3.'l.''1 | (on Wedn,''d y at 8 p. m ic was a large and A B La Mr*. Bruit
I bi,',Ogc 111 bo decorated birthday .aJ."R
pnrtv given by t i i Mn B Mi,
tell also, .r"eeLmllant
RECEPTION; I1* PLANNED Rodland P.-T. A. At the home wa J, Shepherd Mr S. Cano'. ",
FOR PASTOR AND BRIDE I Mr and Mr C. E. Elchenbergt: Is.r : were: the Rev. and Jo*. au.&adt141.** Marion :...
.\ reception (or the new pastor I on the Dixie Highway in Nanwja I ilomestcjii I .tint .uin \. A. KoMtttM, Mr. and Mr and Mil Alice Mi-
of the Homestead Presbyterian : It Is being given to rala ', 4J Ridl ;a: P A 7 Wofphy, Mr. I: B. I I
Church and his bride will be given money to pay for books put in trw eutlv ':.>r_,;iitte meetingn Mr Ivan Moaer, Mine
Feb 14 at the home of Mr. and I IMis i school library' last year. so'100 u x ante and Helen Moye, MU sending gift were: Mrs
A F Arthur members of''i' The Redland executive commit- fan t) .Homrtttid High plaHuckleoc belle Oibb,. Mitt Mary F Collier, Mrs R. W. Mul'iii"! .
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: Ida Tlbblts, Mn Edw: Stil-
the Woman Auxiliary of the I tee will meet Jan 31 at 3 o'clock, Far in Nevn Mill Mary Bradley Miss Elt
Mn E Warren
Mrs. Blanche
church decided at a meeting held 1 The February P -'r. A. King i 'ipv. S- too' I Booth Mill Martha Close I Mn.
meeting L. Fonyth Mrs
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lit the Arthur home Jan. B. All iv to btI held lan t) E s" pot r i."k supper Lily Brown MIN tm ,,
on Monday Feb. 3 -
Hate, Mn W. H. Sheffield,
tot Winetta and Alene ,,
ir"'ml>er and friends of the church Luther Chandler OUT"3'' G'lsb ndsfco .
will talk on his *. W. W. Severy, Mn Joe Gal-
.rte Invited to attend. !1 Redland P.-T. A. meeting Kermit Olbb and W. J.
recent tripfcto: jQgna and *ttoI of Goulds, Mrs. Tom
rite members decided to serve I I moving picrarWeTthr trip. I ', Mn Robert Crlasbacl..
lun'hat Hi hams of Mr and t :Mi,," Feb. 3-Junior Woman Club W. W. rI C, MEMBERS W. E. Macombtr Mr*. Qrlnu
..J.t.. Flolf..tv in South All ;i' ,itt.thfell meeting in clubhouse at 8 p. m. SURPRISE MBS CLINTON
Mrs. M A. Sopher, MK In.eI
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COfWNIT1l'rrtR
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,. \ Feb.
tipet.I t mo\ll/'Lld. "" h Homestead P.-T. A. executive The w. W. F. C. Class of
., TO KC HELD Tl'Fst).IV : g Mottson. Miss Nellie Ooodinti,
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WIll I U "n i 1)l) I "I.w i .I" i. committee meeting at 10 I
Florida City Community
{ Misses Mary Elizabeth, Mt I- 1
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\ I" I "(I "rrwi, i pot lurk supper for everybody a m. shower
"d t ,., I Ili! ell\ ,. Feb 7 gave n surprise *: I Jeanette and Mosely Sc\ 01
"< \1 n' 1'" Ill. ..fIt nd nod Honda City com F.IH'PP W"mo\ s evening! for Mrs. Charlos
/ Ii., I: .. ., ...1111111", will, be held Tuesday Auxiliary emu, d I Ii, in 1 junl'i'N'\' .U I hr, I hol'l'I' m Ho on City i
r \ "mit A clock ad bridge will, '.r. i s ,
11. ,, In the lUdC .. viol Salad. sd tine, and 1 too v \ -, J R Byrum, Mrs T.".
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<) iunlt s1I ton tit1p.oh.
11 "ni ChuirchI
> :lencd ?\\"or. Mu C. H. Rio'. :t''J.
.," I !In sjc will be wide b, Dr I Piount br idtrf the' h'n< Kirby and Mrs. .\. D :;;r., .
.",',. t. \I '?-r. a miirkmiy from India i II I The Sat; ,ted I 1/\ 4,')CK-IV announces win. Mis Fait I. Hill<, y. T.11. l !I <'ru-d a Made County Wt.\, .
'J. Mlt lr Cwnt' editor1: ore Fp .' irtlllcrjiif thit it o '.1 i ;tIe" MIN Okm?airs J...$ rltt, ]a)'i< U, f n'ot'r itk Club Umih" on "es,
\1 writ I1CJtIlJctIJ.d'Yllbl'!\ : lit and [party u i' it*' ubioom\ 5? Dandy r.1kc'*U: .' honor of Dan Chappcll rat tI

t I I' 'iud.rnon.1\ ,'". '" ...' 11.,1. study 1, is urged: to come Friday evening of next wl'4' Hotel 1 in Miami '!"1Csd ,

.\ 11, o."' i I't'i nt were: Mr*. I'' 'TT''''' '
A. 1\ 1''I" v I Hi,<'ksoii. Mrs PERM11NCNTVAVING I r'" .
flt.rt'. Alt 1 i ",kJov. Mrs. n. P, [
Slot, ,. M"i H,>\Ifeitv and Mri. ArHltERAt \

thus ,| Croquignolc or Spiral i; I 1 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS RUIN IIhE A A A

TALKS ARE OI\"JiN': .
AT GARDEN LIB MEETING :.i $5.00. $7.00 ;[ I I' .
Several "inciting talks were -. The
Hi en by members at the South I ,NEWEST METHODS OF HAIR :" :. sIrl : .
r*,In Garden Club at a InsistingIteiii : AND EYELASH: TINTING ;
at the home of Mrs. M. p.1 : ,
E X.:
Ki nary Monday iiftirnoon Mrs.. I ,: Finger' 'f&Tlnrlcla11l
H J. Brorkett told of her trip ? \lanleurIIll'-Marte1ln. : ;

from North Haven. Conn., to riot, i. by experienced operator CjQgrfgj8il. Efficiency, IT'Reliability' Mnkto4ud&.AW
idn City bv way ol Texas Mat. ., ._
Wm Bishop Mid of local wild;I ; I Tean Same Location :, I = = % 9has

Milliliters and showed specimens of been upheld by the court of f our policiesthe
e! yellow prickly poppy, wild thu Mae Morris ; supreme

lit Ill I 11111.root pertwmkta and many, baby's other breath vats, t ; Beauty Shoppe ; I ... new and old customers we serve in Homestead

etles. 1LFlowere lr'honeF564.W'' and the Redland district. .
Mm Jas M. Dobbin told 1 in- I ..Bldf., ........ i

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y I The same Old Jeal we have always followed in our

: ..AnnieMayhew i Fitzpatrick<: : I t .efforts to have in Homestead the BEST DRUGSTORE .

IN THE COUNTY is still i in effect
Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal I nice. at

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V l j The Dixie Drug


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Friday. January 17,1986. TIlE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Thirteen I
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I Coven wwe aid for: Mr. and LODGE MEMBERS ATTENDJOINT were attended by Mr*. Annie Mm- '
; Mrs L. B DaMe, Mt and Mr INSTALLATION J tin,, Mr W D. Colwr, Mrs Flor- 1';'
H. T. Oxford, Mr. Pauline Me- enot PaC ftI.i, Mrs tf suHi,"0yan4 ,Jfi;
I' Social EventsENSEMBLE I I ConlKli, Mia Stella Hook Mill Joint InttaUattaN of ue Fait Mr Ruth Godwin of (tinDtomsMrtMKl I
] I Alice HobMo tflsa Inca Branch, Lauderdale and Hollywood groves I '1'0nnd by J T. )i.

R. K, Sherard. Jack ,Grant Wm.,Ewlng Kiss Whitaker C. HBecker -, of the Woodmen flails Friday MMtteot Mass asteed.Any .,''

and Mr. MIO,...

CLASS GIVES MIDSEASON ri'BUC INVITED

PROGRAM-AT R. H. FITZPATRICK HOME TO TAFFY PULL .f
,1 The public I* Invited to an old permanent wavewon't
NM' I fashioned taffy pull in the high
4, given
- A mid-season program by school court next Friday evening -
ft' G the Ensemble Class at the horn BENEFIT BRIDGE TO IIELr It will be sponsored by the do .
."' of Mr a H Fitzpatrick consistedof SECOND AND THIRD GRADES I Homestead Home DemonstrationClub
I, the following number: A bridge party for the benefitof and tM high school and ele- I ..
red the second and third grade "
William "Nothing Easier"Dorothy .
4-H club dome will _
mentary
Kuhn room of the Neva King Cooper Tfcli,"t.your wave roust bt perfect .
: J r Wright Three Little Piece Schoo will be given Thursday follow the email taffy pull.A charge. will be -with a ftmuiMft hunt of curls ,
; Eileen ScherrBflbro night Jan. 23 at eight o'clock In very tot the ape of row neck.Tbit'fiht
made for the taffy
ddeR i.: t, _.__.. ___. ..."Me First" the Future Fanner clubhouse on kind we give you with auur- ''J
I 'J h Jerome Scherr North Krome avenue The teacher SUB-DEB CLUB TO INITIATE for we UM the Internationally/ f m. ,
; t Hauser ". _"Berceuse" of the room, Miss France MISS BOBBIE SUMMERUN out Eagles Method, with latest awduuoial > :
; "BUdd'Kj.;;; Qoney and Mia Mary Williams, fanpravcaicou and |*nuia*
.K Traditional ...."Chrlstma Carol wish! to buy book and supplies for The Sub-Deb Club I I. planningto EugtiN $ ch.n. "Shopplcf around" ...
MinBobble
Per Initiate a new member, '
i Levine Kirk their classes.SURPRISE Summettm, *t a pr gre*- wool get it for tau...- aa19 uiBush's
Williams ._.__ "Off to School" DI\NEt GIVEN I live dinner dahee rAmlBf'met'lt right so-W ;
In II Jimmie Of *, Alice May ROM FOR L C. McGINNIS tot the initiation t: ,..
Taylor .. ."Trotting Horses"Louise made held Jan,
onto Mill Pearl WMtaker gave a were at a meeting
rr ROM surprise birthday dinner for L. C 8 at the home of Mb Mablo W4IIfoin Barber
i w Bilbro .._ .."Prlacllla on Monday"Annie Shop
, I McGinn Sunday evening at the *
Ruth Lee
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M Homestead Country Club. A Salad and cocoa were served .
t Mendelssohn "On the Wing ofSong" color schema Of pink and green Those present were: Miss Iva & Beauty Parlor
( was curried out In place card and Dyal, Mis Henrlette Hartman,
Johnny Kuhn candles The large birthday cake Miss Virginia Frick Miss Betty 11118$ LILLIE BROWS, Operator 19 N. KROME AVENUE:
Is. I.1 Gaynor _. .. ......"Three Melodies' was white. Bowen Miss Helen West and the
Ardtl PcrmanClementl
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afterward. host***
} _..:..-:-,__ .."Rondo" Dancing wa enjoyed
J Kathleen Ross
orIc 'I<< I' Peckyn ....Nl ht-.After Christmas"Annie '\l lN le

9. 1; Ruth Lee I
Paul ._ March-J1 Gavotte"
,' Constance Scherr .\,'
t Beach ._ ."Secret of the Attic"
ir, ." Teresa Redd
;1 Streabog _...... Etude In 0
.* Kersteen Torbert

, 1 Krentzlin .. .."By Moonlight'
I. Elmeda Robert
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J. St Saent, "My Heart at Thy Sweet
, ti; Vale,"
y Annabel Redd

1 Schumann. .__,. _._.."Grlllen'
1 Louie Long Fitzpatrick
". ;j Guest present were: Mr*. Clark
ces. ; Robert, Mrs Lamar Kendrick,
''),' Mrs. F, S. Scherr, Mrs. C. J. Par-
JI, man, Mr*. Fred Redd, Mr*. Tom
m q'' ,I Torbert, Mr. W. H. Owens, MrsPreston ,i-f
+ Lee, Mr*' Johnny Lee and
4 mall daughter, Lou Bell Gren-
nell, Dorothy Rosa, Goldia Gren
is, 'j nell and Miss Anderson WHEN yoU nU"
,,1- 1 Cookies, candy and punch were
,I served and favor of candy and
a handkerchief were given to the ,
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)IlL AND MRS. CLOSE
GIVE: TAFFY PULLA
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taffy pull for the young people

sr-- I of the Homestead Methodist Why risk your money oo unknown razor blades, when e Y
j Church wa given by Mr. and s r
8 I-, ; Mr. J. E. Close at their home knownqualiry Wade-Probak Jr sells at 4 for 10s? Think

Friday night Various games added of hi Here' a blade thai know la way through the thickest
I to the fun.
Present were: the Rev and Mrs. most stubborn wnisken. Iti built of fine steel, ground, !honed {

A. A. Koestllne, Mrs Ivan Moser, and Never irritate
stropped by special process pull or even
MISS Iva Conner, Mill Flossie t
Gorday, Miss Mary Hanson, Misses on those tender touchy spot Probak Jr. I* nude by the world'

Antoinette and Helen Move, Misses largest maker of razor bl.dd-guarantees; plenty of clean, cool
Helen and Grace Field, min Flor- \
ence Pancoast, Miss Jane Draper, S thrret-*od I* told by dealer everywhere. Tomorrow, tut

Mil Martha Close, Mia Leola \:.. } the day with Probak Jt-and start saving money on shaven
Little, Miss Mary McNeil, Mill
Lily Brown, Miss Wanetta Kocst-
line Unton Conner, Clyde Mc- :;... Mi..
Lendon France Irwin, Alvin .' .
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...NNMNNMN-INNNM .MNNNMWMMMWIN..NMMNMN.NMMM..N/.IN.Nq.1Yr11111? de hay, den I heard Lu cuss tie completed soon Arthur Brandenburg went station to Oelnesvllla I i' '

MdGtee Scott Lu was shot The 1 week.celebrated Pictures his were birthdaylast taken I I gazed into her dark and glowIng ...

III: I .\, Homestead High School News bullet graced his arm and the and games wet enjoyed by the eyes; Her lip were slymtg!: :.
thieves got away He ran so fast pupil of Use ales.Entomologist thorn throe wonderful words I hal

By LEOLA UTTIJt the knocked down the big spider's waited for so long I could not believe -

; F.w._ __.N_._.NINMNMMMNMMN ,/NN.MNNNN WNM.NN...MMNNNNNNMNMMNN..MINMMNMNNNMIM web on the gate Give It, and yet it was true Agate

The next and Jut order tor the we are confronted with the word The next morning, trying to tell Papaya Pest RemedyA the my Mid.life fulfilling"No geometry the dream assign ol
he Jab
I me was at my beck er call
senior claw ring and pint will go responsibility ment"-Ex.
Black burned his
off next Friday. All senior are Each student should think of his tongue elUDe .
his extra large portion of rloe. A spray for controlling papaya
urged to faring their money orb responsibilities to the school
short while after helping his father fruit file I is competed Of 90 pound
10 w to avoid the last minute rush which he attend and each teacher -
should thoughtfully consider connect two electric wire his of brown sugar, 10 gallon of blackstrap Eva Estelle Sullivan

Children bring from home clippings his obligation to the student under father told him: molasses, t pound of lead
of current events taken from his supervision.The "Jeb, tie, ton dost wire whileI arsenate and 200 gallon of water Teacher of Pianoforte
the newspaper end magazines tar first responsibility of the disconnect dose wid dew biter" Cart should be exercised to avoid BEGINNERS SPECIALTY

Mr*. Johnson' seventh gradegeography school it teaching service A And oh my, was he shocked! getting too much on the fruit or It Ul N. t tnd Ave. Homestead
class. Each child reports child goes to school to learn and Oh, this good old farm life! Well will be spotted says Entomologist
: to the class on Jill vent"., thus the quality of teaching win I'll have to be getting beck to my I I R. Watson of the state experi

The clipping I is placed on the map determine the quality of culture! teacher

\'. board and a firing run from It: turned out. j
s to the map spot where It occur The next obligation 1* suitable,' Very Interesting stories of The omaxb asaktstr Aral o.'e .
% t"osit,
Humanized geography easily becomes buldlng with proper equipment Tempest" are up In Mrs. Field' ,
; l fascinating study to children. Formerly the school were only home room. This room I* becoming SaSI t
.1 bare room furnished with rude more and more the most ploootureaque
; teat Now the building are mod-' room in school It i* .'

The seventh grade girl prepared era filled with the moat efficient I whispered about that the secretary ,

'> a lunchbox luncheon Wedne.1 .- equipment, and supervised by well and treasurer art looking for
.;', day. They have been studying prepared teacher clau dues. however this I* not a FIepler x 60 N.L Flat$t \:; '

,, food suitable for the lunch box. The third duty Is the develop- : official We have Pierre McDan- --- :
,.: The picnic wa held by the fish ment of students through proper Iel out with the mump The class
I'' pond in front of the agriculture guidance. Children front twelve: got up two bouquets of flower to
\ room. Mr. Lucas and Mr. Webb 10 eighteen do not know what tend to Margaret Berger on account TODAY AND SATURDAY L
of the recent bereavement
; were Invited. obstacles they must meet in their
.,: future live They must prepare In her family A number of pupils
'
,. The eighth grade girl are preparing themselves If they are to surmount from Mn Field' class attended -
an Informal luncheon in these difficulties, and in the funeral of :Margaret' Last Two Daysof

the home economic dining room this preparation they must be grandmother.

today Miss Hayden Mr*. John- guided; by the wisdom of more I
ion Mr*. Becker and Mr*. Webb mature-minded people. There are quite a few entrants
were invited In the citizenship essay contest Our Great Mid- Winter 1
a+ The fourth duty of a school 1* this year.
keeping accurate record of achool
The seventh and eighth grade life. Tb'. record i* expected by .
public speaking classes art studyIng college moreover, the students "Huckleberry Finn" will be put
;
on Jan. 31 at the school auditorurn.
the voice. The tenth, eleventh have a right to turn to their high j
ONECENT
and twelfth grade public speaking: schools to secure record of cred- students Poster art to be made by
of the school The first
classes are studying the different its of their co-operation and their ....
price will be $1 and two ticket ,
whys of meeting different type activities In class and clubs.
of audience to tilt night performance. The
The school I* an aid in future posters must be In by Wednesdayof 1 '
success in giving recommendation next week 3!
Mr. Luca room I* making poet
The school I* often called
en for the game tonight The
upon to five recommendation for
geometry class will complete its Friday night a basketball game
text book this nest: week. all kind of position A pupil will be played here between Miami
should 67 to be worthy of a good Edison and Homestead. Both

Mf Moomaw science classes commendation so the school will team will play, The game starts

are progressing very rapidly. Billy never be embarrassed when asked at :11.. Admission i* 15c for all SALE ,
for
one.
Arthur ji making rayon from achool children and 25c for adult
i'
liter paper .* extra work in One duty of a pupil to hit school y
chemistry This clan I* studying 1* scholarship Almost any child Since the fifth and sixth grades )/

the nature of colloid nil week can improve hi* scholarship and art working in unit or In a Hundreds of everyday needs in drugs and toil
it made hydrochloric acid, commonly be should take a pleasure la getting group, they have Just completed

known a* muriatic acid, a* much lilt of his studio M of booklets on transportation. Model etries at two for the price of one, plus one cent.SUND""Y .
possible. the different
from common able salt mean of 'transmrtatlon -

The pupil' second duty 1* co have been carved or
The eighth grade Science clam" operation. There I* always tome made and are on exhibition in

1* studying cur aolar system and thing to do la dally routine, but Mn. Mary Webb'i home room

the causes and the seasons. The the one who can co-operate in any
general science clan la studying outside claa. or club work stands Several of the pupil are out
magnet and the making of electricity out a* a possessor of initiative: with the mump but they will be

by chemical reaction Last, but not least, a pupil owe back in school again soon. I

proper conduct to his school It
Mia Harden' aeventh grade Is important to realist that what Mabel Ruth Pope U. new reporter

English das 1* studying the dif- ever the achool: i* in the eye of for the sixth grade for the,
ferent part of speech and how people depend upon what its next two week The sixth gradeIs I

they are used in aentence Her boy and girl do. This can be to have a peanut sale at the

ninth grade English class I* studying extended to worthy representation basketball game tonight to raise TB. .
participle and Infinitive to of the school by graduate The money for Its library. -

help them improve their sentence school which can produce men
structure. In the Latin classes and women who make notable Mr*. Bird fifth grade pupil

they are translating and conjugating. success 1* the one that shall are having a spelling contest.
stand firm with t strong claim When It i* completed the losing ?.
for existence. side must give the winning side

s Wednesday afternoon Man People expect more from high a party. The pupil have bough t t / 1 1

Mountain Dean who played in school boy and girl than from new book for the class library
"We're in the Money" wa hereto other 1 believe they have aright with the money they raised on
talk: to the high School group ; don't you? their minstrel show given several
He la an outstanding wrestler and week ago. The claw will give
weighs ISO pound The Pep Club attended the its minstrel show at the P.-T. A.
basketball game last Tuesday .t meeting next Monday evening. Two reductions U long distance telephone rate now la el'eefoeI'
i .you eves greater economy In-1.70111'social and bodCM -
Mrs. Johnson's room ha* a hal Miami High School. It will also edam with people U ether dlfa
holiday today. attend the game tonight All students Mr*. Fifleld'i pupil welcome

art asked to attend and Keith Bean. The class I* making 'V The SUM rofoewl rate which tune l>ec. I* effect ra fang

Mr. Becker in class on Roman- help the Pep Club yell Let us free hand drawings which are UsUiMO 8utt m.... ...... rails after 7 P. M,sure new fta egad
esque architecture: "What I* a show our school spirit and be posted on the bulletin board I ell day Bufey on mot Bltleate.Sui.. ells on sheds doe
buttress* there. day sM Is mare thus SS ecote.tj .

M. 3. buttress i Miss Ray' room I* making
"A but.
I lady
Bale reduced .
Penoii-lo-Panaa mIU
health poster are pew eai ewry sigh
The Spanlih class
a ler. i* making I after T r. M. tad ell day Seeder, M aaaal call as which the

posters Mis Done ..' 4ay su dem-w-sio) ass rate I* pare than as oenta. Flmfeaaly
pupil have mad
'Wednesday morning the students eiy Sutfearto-StaUc rata wr pedaled s* ......
learned the following fact Tht following story wa written poster decoration for the room. .
in assembly The second county by Eugene Scherr of the tenth The student have brought In nTbe.ess elewer"lsegsitups."raseperlsd.farNlghlpadBe..
teat will be given Jan 17. la the grade about the teacher In our snails and are making/ picture of day calls will nuke the tolepboaw man eacftd is more people WMan
first county test given by Mr*. h! school. Can you find them? them. They have also mad a ways. It income a broader service al lower eod. use "long
flower bed below their window. eUnnM freely M what Beads and .elaU.e-.
Walker naked the in
r we highest :-L-'
BIDS AND SEEK WITH THE slow a* the week1* Wiihus
English, were average In spellIng
TEACHERS Mia
William class i* making
and low in arithmetic. The In the lower Now the 6.a.wing animal tiroeedema.Riot
part of Maaaachuattu wigwam out of pint bough and
first Semester ends Feb. 7. This
leave us one week for advance hone thieve had become sheets with crayon figure on .1"7(1............ r..TO.PO'
a great menace especially la the them for decoration Th pupil
work, and one week for review summer Tht farmer la this section are also bringing bow and ar- Adaete, Cft
and exam week. In order to be .. ... 1107 a..
elect) soundly and were hard row96 .... -- -
exempt front exam one must have W wak.. Field hands slept soundly _..Co .... .*e A' a.ee Loo ..areLae. :
an average of M In deportment. also snoring a great deal. One Pete are being studied by the ...-.,ell, .... JM se I." &oM see '
Attendance doe not count this LmW..e.NM. ass .at .... SAS .... _
matter. night John son of the farmer wewen pupils of Mia Jackson's room. ............ *..* ..... saps ass sae pales
toying with wa wen almost They are bringing picture aDd ......_ ua... .... .a. ..as ee.waves.
flying 10 a haystack tn thefield art making booklet with them i -.y- see .... Ae SAO die ..estea.
Tht following wa written by: .__" it" list As SA. a," as
nd then later bunt Into They have three bowls of tropical saw Taws w.Y. a." sees .... seas see Last
.f Mr Johnson' borne
I pupil the boost yelling: flab, each one a different kind.
room: "La red taught them there i

YOUR SCHOOL AND YOU hoc thieve, I heard dot oT cow The kindergarten baa tight pupas -: SoirtJi.m Beft TeI pKoM and TtUgrapfc. Co. '

to thinking of what our achool: moo maw den out run de orspeckled now. They have started making i' L.ar..r.e.e '
should mean to each boy and girl I hen d* hot went Into an Indian village which will I I'Page





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:'j f BAPTIST I EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Ta. l n..tra ah.r an 0 .,
I ..... ... ., ... ;
Rev C. N. a air tae I I.ww..t I do not hesitate to say that this ,
Homestead-The I St John's-:Redland; the Rev.: gatw.w -. .... &I, I' property fe a Big Bargain. Price
, t Walker pastor. Sunday school at Qea M. Path, pastor. Sunday! r as .... Flow". 1 Including furniture, bed linen
: two houses
:: l Preaching at 11 a. In.
I 10 a. m. 6 SO school each Sunday at 10 a. m. i *. In- and table linen, dishes, now ,'"
, and 7:30 p. m.; B.YJP.U. at : p. I
services Wednesday at English service on second Sundayof Jw .. 1916 12,300 reduced from $3.300 '
f m.1J0 Prayer each month at 3 p. m. and German -The election on Tuesday (PJ17-J4) Fine furniture and plenty of It.

;, i service on fourth Sunday at I was warmly contested U A. Cameron. (cult) 04 i
. ( Could*-The Rev Noah Peterson 3p.m. -with driver.
will be
two new members (
: Tboee who want
t I REAL ESTATE-
Ford I, flat
Sunday school at 10
;: pavtor. ( new oouncll..Joe Burton
Redland District
sell
to buy or
'w. '. .. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and METHODIST EPISCOPAL I Flowers who take the or fruit real estate will find up-to-date
.:;j 7.30 p. nx; B. Y. P. U. at 8.30 p. m. Councilmen Brooker and West 17th St, <
Florida City Community Chuck listings in our offlce.: Many of
(Pill)
, prayer service at 7.30: p. m. Wednesday. The vote was as follows: for t
-the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor.i iI these listings are still at subnormal -
or-- B. T. Tatum, SB F. S.
-
;
: East Clods fur We shall ;
0 Sunday school at 9.30 a. m.; prices. appreciate
': ; CATHOLIC I preaching, at 7:30 p. m. Church 41. For council: R. J:. .. on Ingra- either jour Inquiries or ,
' f 71 J. D. .S W. F
, ; Redd ; ',
night, Wednesday at 730.: Filling SU- your listings all of which will
r Churchof the Sacred Heart- I SI; J. E. Cochran, 49; Joe I (427-431) have our beet attention. Now It

! ,:! s. E. Second avenue. ,Homestead; I Jan 1 -Preaching at 7:36 47; a K Flowers, 43. For I the time to buy. B. W. Morris
I the Rev. James Cloonan ,pastor. i by Bin. M. A. Soper on "We clerk: W. B. Caves, M; $ A. : City (urn. now associated with H. A. Cameron

,,.; Sunday mass at 8 a. m.; week day Love Him Because He First 43; for!: marshal E. A. i fireplace. In- N. W. tat St. in Citizens
. r man at 7:45 dally. Sunday school Loved Us". Everyone la urged 34; W. a Bryant 43; for __ Bank Bid. Phone Tt
Sunday following III o'clock mass. to come, A. H. Love, eo; Paul Hoe I ;,
; Communion for women the first 40." ACREAGES AND GROVES

1 Sunday of month; for mea and Redland CemmanKr Chejn.li'' --"Mr. Fjigle on the I I specialize In Redland properties.

boys, the second Sunday of month. the Bev M.A. Soper, pastor. Sunday road, east glade la ., I I h. p.and one Send me your listing of propertyfor
14 Holy hour Thursday before first achool at 10; preaching at 11. ship tomatoes. Mr. Leach of .., 220-110 sale.

+gyp Friday of month at 7.4S: p..m. Mass Church night, Thursday at t30.Jae ida City \t putting In two 0 ; compensating CHARLES I. BROOKS
( first r 730 a. m. : I beans next to Mr. Engle's pressure tank; 110 N E. First St., Miami
J I diction fayu.t Blessed c'\ Sterioptlcra lee. -"A heavy duty
Jolly fishing
II : party
:y after mass. tare It r pastor at ':S" Everyone I of F. B. Hobbs W. Bryant and I' for trailer. WANTEDMIDDLEAGED
'K(\ to urged to be present.METHODIST Shop, S. W. "
\ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE left early Monday I J9tf) lady desires position
I Jewfish Creek and returned
EPISCOPAL, as practical nurse or house 1
rt7 Florida. Qt-Broadwa and noon train with about 71
SOUTH completely keeper for refined couple. Call "
t Sixth street Sunday school at 1 I II of red snapper, grotipe t ::;. 8:43 .. m. for pupils under 20 yearsof I White Stone Church-Home-' Good sports these to make a Llew Coutette RFD No. 1, Box 306. I,
""" i age; morning service at 11 at 3:04 a. m." d27tf P
I stead; the Rev. A. A KoesUine Corp.. Miami. I ( ) .
o'clock. Wednesday evening ser I pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 .. "Among others of our ( ) j'
vices which include testimonials m.; preaching 11 a. m. and 7:10 stead "dry" who took part WANTED-Furnished apartment
'.' and house, close near center of town. Will rent on
Of healing and experiences remarks
banquet on Monday
; I p. m. Junior League at S:30 p. were i *
on Christian Science S p. $1,200 cash. yearly basis. Apply Lcadcr-En-
lowingW D. Joe
Home
nv; Hi League at 8'4S: p. m.; Senior
r m. Thetyublltf is cordially Invited Prof. Bruner, R. E. Caves, d. Box 711, terpriaei
( League at 630: p. m. Prayer meeting '
.:.i to attend. B. Crlppen Roy Morrison (J3U) Y
7:30
q at p. m. Wednesday.Jan. RAGS WANTED-The Leader
,i Jan. II Lesson-lemon Matthews andthe, editor completely Enterprise> will swap classified
topic "Life". 1 --mornlns" message -"Mrs. Connor is on a class condition, advertising or subscriptions for a
1 Tailing of Matthew" special her mother In Eau Gallle Llewel wiping rags. 7c a pound allowed
CHURCH or CHRIST music by their. Evening mes- Corp., Miami, for clean rags, whit or color

Homestead First avenue md aafwi I.A Great Secret" da."J.. M Dobbin moved (J3-17) ed. Knit underwear preferred.
..., Jan. t -.,JUble Study.
Florida City 1'In Thursday J
r N. W..FUth'street; T. 3. Huriton, *. < Jars M tropical
11 minister. Bifcle":study at 10 .. m.t Silver Palm Community Church week having rented the \ wrap t

communion fellowship and -the Bev. H. O. Cowan, pastor. cottage. Mr. Dobbin was ready for
tive in the Methodist church
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Sunday school every Sunday at 10a. charge 23c.
in Homestead and he and his 1
'I JO Po....' Prayer meeting Wednesday m.; preaching services on first, will be missed by the local ., Redland MAR ,
at JO p. m. third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. J'Ia"A and Co-,
m. and 8 p. m. -"Mr. and Mrs. Henn and .. (nljtf) i V
CTUJBCHOFGODHoneetea
: have recently moved into the

*- 0 N. W. First METHODIST: FallFerI4a low house which they have -C. F Talbot, (
purchased. Mr. Hens Is Richard Roads.
'q avenue; Fev. Ceo. Lorton, pastor.
i
o Cltr-Mra. Ernest Warran blacksmith business at (n29tX)
Sunday school at ':.45 a. m.; I
preaching at 11 a. m. And 7:30 p. pastor. Sunday school Stead." (Florida City) Band English
1:30 p m.; preaching 3:30 and 8 "A little eon arrived
o m.; Senior c..O. G. Society 8:30 p. laying
Intermediate C O. Q. S. in p. ffu Young people's. meeting, Eve to make his home super-laying
,.J parsonage 8:30: p. tn. Mid-week 7:15; Junior meeting 3 JO Tuesday; and Mrs. Whitehead A -each. Own
prayer meeting 7.30: p. m. Thurs Christmas gift The little
prayer service, at 7.30: p. m. Wed- Mrs. F.
day. of Mr. and Mrs.
nesday. : a grandson road between
(Florida City) drive, Red-
PENTECOSTAL
.'; CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I stalled Monday Bight as I (pdZ7-J3 'ACE

Homestead-The Rev. Howard OcBlde-ReV. C. C. lIa llberlt'l'. A. H. Waldln, council ;
Eckel, pastor. Sunday school at pastor. Sunday school d 9:49; W. J. Owens, past! council OLD
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. mander; S. E. Livingston, : I
1:45: .. m.; preaching a' 11 a. a \
1 and 1'.30 v, to,; N. Y. f. a, and m.; Young people's meeting 6:30 lieutenant E. E. Kane, ; shell spec I J
+
Ladies' circle Tuesday W. McLaughlin, clerk F. c school
'I;; Junior meeting at 4:30: p.: fit p. rn.i prayer .udl-I r'V i V
Prayer meeting Wednesday even- at 2.30 p. m. Mid-week pray- sentry; Boy Nixon, w
|r service Thursday at 7:80 p. m. T. Fuchs, manager; Dr. 8 ,
m73tJ. I
camp physician." (pi 10)

Princeton-the Bev. C H. Con PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH -"Dr. John DeMit will i

don, pnstoc Sunday school at 9:43; Homestead-Krome avenue at the service At the school
preaching it 10'49: a. A. nnd 7.30: N.- 16th street Sunday school at ium next Sunday the ab .
Junior at 6 JO Rev. J. B. CrIppen at reasonable.
p. m. meeting ; youngpeople's 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 .. m. .
meeting at 8:30. Prayer --'Rev. C. P. Jackson held ; Mrs Anna

I meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF In Grace Church at 11 o'clock: (pJ17)I I
j TRUTH day, January: 9th and on :
\ and repairing
G.
NEWT BALL
I
1 EPISCOPAL the lath, Services will be 1 for sale cheap.
Homestead-branch of Miami a p. m.
W. 3rd Bt Notary Fubtto
St John's S. E. Second avenue
Spiritualist Temple of Truth in "These new officers of
and Fourth street, Homestead., Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eighth oneer Guild were installed rout prstTuncK! AID
Minister in charge, the Rev. C. avenue. Hen's Bible class and meeting on Wednesday last: i .r DRia > LUCE'

R. Palmer; lay reader, Joseph :young people's lyceum at 7:13 p. S. W. Neabltt, president; Mrs : !: -roam house. M M. Rome Are.
Couiens. Sunday school at 9:43 m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat W. Kosel, vice president; city impfove-
each Sunday; church services 7:43; lecture and messages at Henry Schumacher, treasurer; BARGAIN has
fourth Sunday at 7.30 p. m. Communion S p. nv by the Rev. Soda Hobson Mrs. J:. B. drutzbacb. I but WANT ADS PAY
....
at I a. second Sunday Mrs. B. A. Waldln was
I'
of month; corporate communionfor Jan. It tlnlc-l meeting brarian "
10.30a. with ether Spiritualist
at
Woman's Auxiliary
--"O. B. Parker har had
Sunday.. nv on Wednesday bet or* tourta I street churches" Miami at 1CU S. W. Sixth acre grove scarified." I INONDENO and Water Systems


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YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLB PRATER: SERVICE

Admit eal* elms ... ifrtlr a m fcy seeding Bible study and prayer Driven Irrigation Pumps
CHRISTIAN SOENCB MONITORA i
THE conducted by: the Rev. H. E. I Windmills
Deity JV.M". aw for the flame of Miami at home of Mrs.
11.n d. .n.rd..ad. rwMe tor mass ..... ...
-'I.. tt.. Ma..e war I.. all.. L.r .a W_'. Gault every Friday at 3 p. m. I
.,1.,, ., N..k..., Good." aw.dod : AI.m e.a.0 a.nr A aeries of lectures en phone or write for my prices
t
: :
Clild.4 Yaws raft ......4t.a.1 i..a..rds Wso
.. .. .. Book ef Revelations Is new
fc *. "M k < *.No. WI'rNa.no we -081W soft I
An Invited
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s.wew s+am..wa..rF I
MAGRUDER
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m. M. N.N. .N. AMBULANCE !
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ehpb.,..,,,,... .. ,,. ,..N..M..N:" :....-..f: Phone ItHJ1 Coconut GroveFriday.Jan.uarylT.lm

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>EARLY: SETTLERS "Huckleberry Finn" to Be PresentedBy of have tfckeU. for the "

I Homestead I : *. .Mart dressing ;
IN IMPROMPTU High School Jan. 30 ..Ab"I. 'I

-- tt d* The tickets
TALKSTORDJA.Pi.minent "Huektatwrrjr ftoo" win to presented and linear to the* who hawI,- '"*'"-ExIII .
'
at the News King Cooperaudttarlusn 1:beAtaaded Urn. The Play con- ,
.. ._ .. .
-- - -- ----
ntts?.January II, by!......as? the human. juaUMw that
Visitors Pre- the dramatic orportnwnt pf the hat endeared "Huck" to town I

I AU of the nwiay friends that renew the thrill you will get 1
Muck' mad twtwwn tile coven I.firm oetiiit all the wvtt-tammj, Y
''of Samuel Clemens book will
be
settkc! of Uw Midland, character of the novel step before !
tn.. '. "( who were oiled upon to:i-htrmMI the to ...this"Buck acquaintance,your eyes In the flesh! And this II'' I deeply appreciate the tote and support of '
im t0t to not Just
4t the Pioneers
K Might
I 1" PW-
x I, or. of the Kedland District lair'I a fictional chancier. an illusion 11I1 i Ml only a play for children Running ; I Imy friends, at the election last Tuesday. As a :
r ;".,.meat Association Tuesday'a playwrights mind; he ti every f through it ii a romance that
i "H ;uled: I American boy who ever played i ifl will interest adults, comedy that I i private citizen and taxpayer I shall continue to
vii Dan. al Roberti Mrs. AnVlayhru pranks and exMMMd boyish!will cause everybody to double up''
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I
In fl cfaann For "Hurt to the matt I work for the best interests of Homestead and
with mirth
''of' Fitzpatrick Mrs and just a tear or two;Ittn
arable of all human a t7Pb11|+
t', 'k L hkll rrrston H tecr thrown for good measure to send,
American lad. brave and eow1I: ,- South Dade County. '
,
,., '4 Let, s t' Matthew. Wm. I cow iI'Imea at adversity loyal'you of the audtiorium wishIng ,:
0>i.01 1 (hn.4 Nation. Mri B A. Wal- you could see this memorable I ,
din 1 H. ('JM, H L. Cook and,I :play all over again I I j '
,i '.1 Holfertti ty Solicitor Glenn KIRBY
Mincer Chas.1i The players have assembled a THOS. E. I
the trfpiest of President W i Knot and a delegation from the'good cast Tommy Moffett will l I
U hnitoo, J X Hickson rolled|iRlventde Improvement AIIIOdaI -:portray "Huck", and Edwin Lawrence "
d.i Ill<' pioneer talks which were Lion headed by Judge Snail Wi lappcar u Tom Sawyer. I .- --.---

all 'iiort ant impromptu. I "...... ................. .. .. ,. .., .. .. T'.,.." ,.. .... ... ...... .. .... ,'." ",... .. .-. J ..
MM G orgr Reed a read-'
gave
iiist an old-fhianed costume.I Chase and SanbornCOFFEE Sunlight i' Country RollBUTTER ,
Kliiwth Skill Alta Webster,
r Mr i Pearl Bush and Buddy fite- 0lb '
pan...,11. pupik of Mr FKzpatrick,: r / 1
r". d violin ensemble which tnctuil -
<1 such tune as "Long, Long :
AI" Silver Threads Among the i "
255
Cold and "When You and I Were i ------ ,
Young Msgjle. Miss Webster, BEST QCAimr
,j played a violin wlo Unton Con-' i Listen to Major Bowes
net Everglsd Ramblers, bill, Sunday night Jan 19,
hlll; irchestn composed galtar" lb.37C
6 ; 8 p. m. over WIOD. i
bu'J' and two harmonicas played r
I.> ( inner. ('Iy'Bow\ Von Winkle .nd Robert Onibbsn'iHviivply Saturday SpecialsArmour's
n' 1 Georgia Beef
\t' nvveral encored MOXARCH
JU
,....in earquit ; 'r; the evening and White or golden Bantam :
by II t. 'pl iv red for a clo -' :
MILK 20cSTEAK
nbc tumber.t 111<' end of the
.. ,,. CORN 3 tall cans
'/* king The "Kilt-Kir* was into -
'II,' ,.(. IIMI,," n.ement -\;." Inh.: lb.------ IBC .
,. 'OJ. it an pal'l\ titii I II !_ 2 cans rev.SUGAR Cloth Bay
i ,ifie A i3 Small of Miami 101bs.' 53c
'
i
t" shoe t .,1 lk describing his OverseaKIDNEY Smoked :
r"1 1 e f'JlPlornIII"s ,into the ....- '

bat'I", kt-r 0'01111'1V of the n>33 B l legWatufe Bishop,> ; BEANS Potatoes JrI'10 Cobblers Z2c SAUSAGE '
,ii<>.. -nuip i ih,,,i, address I it .
+ \ inn ha lud.-d W. V. Knott
rtnt trpuuiy' Slv"riff D. C Cole- No.2canOC 2ibs. 25c
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mull. County Purchasing Agent i{I Dog Food Red Chief
C I. Wheat, Motor Vehicle In- WekhGRAPE tall can 5 C .
',,r Van Loon Assistant Coun-! :

,I j JUICE All-Good JJ.Co..'s Premium Flake Sliced !
Fop the Best InOPTOMETRY '
I PEACHES Crackersllb.pkg."I6c B. Bacon

: I : QtS. - -34c

DR. a GONZALEZ: I ; Miracle Whip 2No2l/2cansZSC : lb. ------ 35c ;
i lit VemtUa Abrade, )natalP


I Ii i, ; Salad Dressing FLOUR 21-lb.Pillsbury bag :X:1', Pork r rj


r DR.B.EGATLINDentist i, j qts., -:- -;3'c Corn Flakes KeUogr' :ISc Shoulder Roast f w,1

2 k '
No. 2 Cans
: ;: Ib.------2Sc [

Office in lawman Bid;. TOMATOES Snowdrift 53c
I "
can Fresh GroundHAMBURGER :

Phone 83 i 2 15c
cans - !
OATS Gold Medal
UOXXSTXAR FtOEIOA : Gibbs 3 lb. pkg. 43 Cj

I j Pork and Beans special Homestead lb. ------ isc: ;

DR.l\I.A. BERGER I BABO 11.b.

) can -5CPalmolive I Fresh Eggs CalfLIVER

Dentist 4 2cans----2'c ;
I 42
doz. c
w w.
36 N. Krome Avenue 1 1 CAN FREE f

Upstairs I, SOAP RICE Fancy Whole Grain 25c
51b Its 3c
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Office Hours 8:30-1:30 : :

Cray EtrvixcsDR.R.S.AKERS I'i 4 bars -tfc COCONUT Yellow Label ..".,.c f
at An'OL-rXEYr ; ran' Very Best i
I ; Special

I IJ i SUPER SUDS LARD 3 Bulk Ibs.a5c 39c PORK CHOPSt


1 t .------ 27c,
z CHEESE Daisy '
for 25C
3
DENTIST -- lb. .
f
Mtk HOVTK a.a* I*I 9.m.I'M Georgia Beet ;
Octagon Campbell's Peacock
lucky S is I sb

i.inlbig aatt Space ys j Soap ir Powder TOMATO JUKE I SYRUP CHUCK. ROAST t ti .


mt*,'lltrrlt w itwM 1 MIAMI t i 10 spec size *23C 2 tall cans-- :15c gallon----5tc lb.r w-w-- :s7c'

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