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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 24, 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: UF00087294:00056
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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, :VOLUME XXIV- UMBER 4. HOMJ'STEAOtID! FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 24, 184 36. PRICE ttVi'; U..N'hiII






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1 [INCORPORATE Fruits and Vegetables Go to Major "SICK MUMS'

I Edward Bowes From Itedland District COUNTED;



.J DADE COUNTYIROPICALFAIR A box of rare tropical fruits-that -city Miami with your program GIVE SIX VOTES EACH TO

would require J5.000 mile of travel Sunday night we are lending you'
: OWn Homestead. :ZS mile couth of
: It their collector went to their
t Miami and business center of the
native habitats for them wa ea- i! j lledland District a few boxes of THREE CLOSE CANDIDATES

pressed Wednesday: by the Red-I ,trait and vegetable grown to i
land District Chamber of Com-
,
I ,the open field and grove in the
mere to Major Edward Bowes! ,dead of winter. This to potfible I __
Apply for Charter to Conduct whose amateur hour broadcast| TIll "'U 1'REa011IoIoI
|because the Redland District to In In View of Facts Council
from New York City Sunday at 81 ,
Expositions in the heart of American tropic* 'I -
p. m. win honor Miami and the ,JOO water ;:;:-tat ar 5M4,3 I Adopts Advice to Insure -
Redland mile farther south than Cairo.Iopt. .
District Miami area 1- ...-. w.ssa.... .--
I Legality

COUNTY PREPARING On Tuesday the Chamber of I The box of tropical fruit which; I Pate (1)\11III'4'; ''
Commerce expressed to Major,) low CITY nAns IIIKB
t in are tending
oy today
express
FESTIVAL TRACTPremium' Bowes six package of vegetable! Jan 17 _' 82 I 81 ;30.08
I contains 28 varieties which would I I PAY OF SUCCESSORS
typical of mid-winter crop grown I JAIL 18 R 98 30.03
t I require a trip of 81,000 mile U
Jan. 18 84 I 70 !
I
4 la the Redland District In
Committee Has acioordanc I;
the collector
went to their native
with Jan. 20 83 'i 93 30.11 Mayor to Get $60 y
a custom ntab-i Harper
Meeting to t| habitat Jet them. They were '
Tonight llshed by the major the** boxes Jan. ]| I TO 53 30.18,
More Than Bird
Complete List I of fruits and vegetable, productsof Crown and packed by H. W. Johnston Jan. 22 ', 81 > 98 30831! i by

the reghm honored,WIll be dtoptayd gardens, whole Dear tropical Homestead horticultural. are internationally Jan. 23 88 ;| 48 'SO.Oil 108 : 10 Per Cent Raise

Step were taken aft week to n Radio City taconneeUon I
fam A
ua. Ut of
Incorporate the Dade County Trop with.* fcreadeast the fruit and their plan oforigin HELEN IIALL SAID Tabulation ot 12 ballot ruled Illegal -

Icall'aIr.lAe.by W. W. Johnston,; Ia a latter aent to Major Bowes I* enclosed : by the city attorney in tart

" t *pres4* nt M the proposed *ssoo. fcy alt matt Wednesday, Ben Archer : ___'* city election because they

Satins and Joseph" Hlckson. **eretary >, tHvsideitt Cnambar vt the Re41n Duutriot b*"The thrown vegetable at the (amateur not meant who to DYING AS RESULT were not voted at the polling place
whose of Commerc, advised '
name are, let the long) Include \we lugs of bat taken to the house of kk
him ot the tar-
signed to tile notice of application shipment !
to apply far charter which appears wooded a* follow: tomato, one box of new potatoes OF MOTOR CRASH17YearOldGirl voter by election officials failed A

M a legal advertisement in thisIssue In appreciation .f Ik* honor I from one of the artiest winter to after the standing of eandMavn
crop, a basket of whit squash, when
of the Lesde .trhta'ptise. yob ar showing our neighboring the city council canvassed
Mr. Jtaton b president and (Continued on Pig* Six) Flung the return at IU regular meeting

it* tttcksoote m director of the : Into"Culvert as; Autq Monday Might.
'. Bedland District NO INQUEST NEED The addiUoMHrote were distributed
Improvement A* WPA Appoints Teacher"ForSpanish Hurtles Over a* follow: "
aocietion, which has undertaken
ipouaflrshlp "Of a fruit festival or I Classes For mayor-Chas. Harper 8; t
fato be held In Redlandth* first SAYS NME FOUND MIll Helen Hall 17.yearolddaughter The K. KJrbr, ..

'peek In March. I Mr*. Fred Suber yesterday wa of Mrs Harry Ran was For eoundl-J. L Burton, T; K.:

the of the notified of her appointment a* aid by tile Dad County hospital IL a.Daher. I: a. C. 0.-..... a-
purpose non-profit ONBODOiAWO
corporation! according to the notice teacher of WPA class In Spanishby staff to b*.dying arty this morning Dr. frank Jh m.ft.i; T Me- r

of application for charter Mr*. Lulu MM..Harrison, bead a* a run ec an auumooiw accident Courtney I; Frank B. Rue 8,'

win be "conducting the Redlaad vi .... wrA eaucaoon oepanmemIn which occurred about 830: A. Frank Webb, 8; T A. rVaatrr,

District . public fain and ... Incurable Disease LeadsMan Miami The work win be given Jut night 6i; Tom J. Harris, 8i: C. W. Uttle.

positions for the benefit, and to Death via Car. It M may a* :2J adult, men or The tar In which she was riding 8; & W. Morris, 4; J. O. Wynn, ,.
promotion
of the agricultural horticultural bon Monoxide women enroll In the classes. The with four other pecans. sideswiped The return* counted Tuesday

livestock and other classes are free. a ear Just off the concrete bight of last week showed total
naource
Mr*.Suber request all who wish of the DUI Highway about a half of lot for Mr. Rue m for Dr.
of the "Ther 1
atato ofparticularly Florida, no need for an Inquesta
of to take Spanish to come to the mil couth of Princeton, turned Hauonan and in for Mr. Chron-
Dade County and this b a pure case of suicide.
Horn Demonstration room at the ever two or three time and slopped later with Mr. Rue elected a* the
other count!** hi the.them portion This note was left for the coroner
Neva King Cooper School Mon- about a hundred fet from seventh
theether highest candidate t: r.
of Mud Mate and to dotransact and by Nlckola Lout straws, 48, ,
day afternoon between I and 8 car. Brooker
ore of the election Inspector
men other busines of Los
M I* Angela and Miami, who
5 o'clock or Monday evening be- Miss Hall was found about halfway *, told the touncll that to
appertenant thereto
and such a* wa found dead in an automobile I
I* let out in detail In the prcIpOIedartkln a mile west of Peters Monday tween 7.30 and f o'clock, when between the two ear where' his knowledge side ballot had

of Incorporation." morning. He had run a rubber classes will be made to fit the applicant aha had been thrown filth her been counted ever sine the city
*. If an applicant can not head partly jammed Into smallConor victorious and defeated
a candidate
At a meeting of the tropical fair hose from tic exhaust pip Into
.. committee com to the school at the** hour *** culvert near that spot I agreed mat ta tint*** U an roe"t
Wednesday night at tic the ear through a window stuffed
. Kedland Woman' he I* requested to call on Mr*.I I She wa brought to the PostGraduate vented the ballots or the kk voters -
Club it wa reported up tbs crack on cither side of the
that the 20-acr tract on hose with his vest and then calmly Suber at her home on N. W. Sixth hospital ta Homw r a hottM b* counted--after Ute
street across from the school at) and than transferred by Turner city had ssked
attorney permission *
which
the fair ,
will be held I II being awaited death from carbon monoxide I i
cleaned some other hour. One class will ambulance to the Dad County to leave PIt room M that h*
and
prepared by countcrews white
y ga* reading a newspaper. i I
who started work th* firstof The mo&orpf oho carwa* be held In Florida# City if then hospital at KendaU where'physicIan would have: no official eogiutanr
I II sufficient demand. I held such little for ot action
tie week. The premium committee still running when a passing negro hope bar any taken on the matter.
reported progress and arranged found the body and the Mrs. Suber taught Spanish in !, life that her family was cent foe.I When it was found that Mr Rue. :

,J to meet tonight at the horn a pencil were In newspaperand the dead the Plant City High School a year I'I Other occupant of the can all Dr. Haueman and Mr. Chronistrr

:..' of Mr. Johnston to complete It* man' hands. and In Homestead High School a from Homestead, were: Mis: had each reoiivcd six votes and
lit year before her marriage In 1923. Signora, Miss Cynthia oo.r.m.i: their relative standing would remain S
Kraus bad
rented the Sunday
car -
1 She M graduated from Andrew young man named Qwlnn and the unchanged the council
.It a* reported that the advertising night In Miami.
1 material had arrived and would The body I* at Turner Funeral College at Cuthbert, Ga., and later driver of the car Earl Lee. None; adapted Mr Roberts' advice that
attended Georgia University atAthen save Min HaD suffered serious lie return of b
b* placed at the proper Um. Rome Homestead, awaiting Instructions I a* Tuday readinto
*. Injury. the minutia as there would be
from relative frieDdI.The .
i or The request of a WPA teacher of Leo I* said to have been blind1 ace question a* to lilt legality of
Citizens only known
Bank survivor of
Paying Spanish was mad by the Homestead by the fight of an oncoming car the election. Th city attorney i
Kraus are his wife and
Dividend Here Today a 14-year- Business and Profession! a* h* drove north at a rapid rat aid that hi the efecUoai twO yean
old fat
Lo
son Angeles
j I
Women's dub.President's. ,of speed. ago tw had advised Mt. Braoheva
From paper found on him, ttwa
A. O. Veach. liquidator' agent on of the election fIMMI__-
learned that J
Kraus*. former
Wh was here with his staff from ere at that Urn that tile prartJr t
(Continued on Page Six) Bali
Miami yesterday to distribute a Birthday Here of taking ballots to tb* teases .f I,

thru per cent dividend to depositor I I sink ..tus* was not:.provided tar '
of the defunct Citizen Bank Boy Scout Financial To Be Held at 939 in Country CM .to tie hrtttou law fJI the 'U.a, 1

C>f Homestead announced that he Campaign Begins Today I which cawm Municipal *lMtomIUremin r,

and his assistant would return I Committee wr approved Mrs. W. t rink of HomMtoatt Mr.
today to continue the distribution The annual Dade County Boy: Monday night at tie meeting of I and Mr Win. i. Orontm ot h4 natal thai opinion to him,end iMfr.
which 1* being mad at the First Scout financial will the Junior of Edward
campaign atari Woman' Club agreed that h* twd.lajapactor y
titMr.. Cat
I Florida and Mn.
National Bank today with A. F. Arthur chairmanof : Homestead for the President's Brooswr stated That rs> I
The dividend oI'T..- the committee for Homesteadand Birthday Ban which the club Is L awes '"* tHMmaA, lit and Mrs. tad not been notified uaM 8 *> tia.

lOt to be divided among 1,000 per- the Redland District Scoutmaster sponsoring January 80 bt the I. R. Rkk***) cl KaranJa and Mr. .ef etcctlon day not to caveat so h"silk

OM wa announced early this!| A. A. Koevtlin announced I' Homestead County Club. and Mr*. Tom Tabard of Goulds. b lhots".
I t
t. With its payment depoattori yesterday.That A feature foor show will be hiss Inet Branch ass charge Th 13 "sick baBoU" were

of the Citizen's Baak win the Homestead troop Is brought down from Miami for entertainment .1 of the ticket sales;Mrs.Wm.Jonas, counted by the stigma chu.mow

tun* received 1 total of M percent worthy of support I* evidenced by I publicity; ; Mrs. Harold Oxford' board Mr. .....er. W. .. Caves. {

of their money which wa an I the fact that It ha woo the President Honor guest named at Monday balkoom arrangerortrts; Mrs Her Howard Lamb and Mrs. W M

.. deposit when Ole bank failed m Of the United State Award night' meeting of the club are:I bert Turner and Mil Thebnt Bradley, the absent membwr at

1121. The next dividend win be: for the past four yean,Mr. Koesti -I Mayor and Mrs. Preston B. BIrd Turner program; Ma Dorothy which were sent for when the.-

the final payment Mr. Veach (aid.i i line pointed out Clarence Frosch- Mr. and Mrs. Chss. Turner Mr. Defies and Mrs. Xdw. Brooker, eteloa we Mad to have th* tatiwUtion

H* urged that depositors pro.i I er, Homestead Scout ha won the: and Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr. I Jr. music. Mrs. E A. Buchanan: made.A .

J' cot their Wutfeate* or claim i Silver Eagle badge, highest award I and Mm Tom Harri. Mr and] entertainment: and Mrs. Marvin suggestion made by MayorCoptmutd

,, promptly. %'. tin l scouting. Mn, Chan T. Harper and Mr. and Shaw and.Mn U apaiwry.floor. ( on Psg Seven>




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Pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 24,1936.


with confidence after holding Che1MI Three Go Without Hair Redland Townsenders
Here
Cage Ball. Honors(: state chaaapkNU, Miami High\Fisher Comes Cat for "Huckleberry"To I Hold Meeting Tonight

to a llvictory Tuesday nit. for GameWithILH.S.Teams I'
For First Half GoToBrookerLbr.Co. : in the sodium gym. Tonight The Rediand Townsend Club

itam.wad and Badland play *; make a realistic appearance will meet in the Rediand Farm
dUrennt brut ol ball Homtetos 1 ta "Huckleberry Finn nerd Friday Lift School auditorium at 7:M
night, three of the male actors tonight. Officials urge that members -
unless-you're-cute 1 have been doing without hair cuts of the Homestead Townsend
Cit league Playing to' (Game With Dank High at
Rediand feature a .tow-breaking, Clarence Froscbar, manager of the Club attend; also and assist in dispensing -
II
Be Resumed NextWednecday dribbling game. Lauderdale Lost by play reports. Practice is goingon factors as to what the

The pratwbkrltniuvps win be: Locals Monday steadily. he says, and the lines Townsend plan will do when enacted -
HomesteadDellin9erand!, contain so many laughs that thecast into law"

The basketball supremacy question Franklin, forward; SUllivan. cen-; I forgets to get tired
between Walton Nurseries tr: Mattson and Rotifer, guards 1 Homestead High School will Tommy Moffett take the part ol
and Brouker Lumber Co was !settled Rediand-Nelson and Mullins, play the Ida .... Fisher basketball i Huck Finn Edwin Lawrence I*
Wednesday nlpt.-for the tint forwards; Greenwood center;I I team In the local gym tonight The I the Immortal Torn Sawyer and GROVETHEATRE
half of the season anyway Tommy Campbell and Roy Caap-I first game, between the Junior Nelson McCourtney is Muck'sfather ,
High team will start at 7 JO.Flaher ,
Relti
when Broker defeated Walton bell guard Geraldine plays
....31. in the tightest CUM Home-I ,-- I II I beads a victory over Aunt Polly who I II "so nervous' I COCONUT OROVBShews
Mead fan have seen to many a Homestead having some from be- and Hazel Pemrtngton Is Aunt T and I Admission t5e
moon This was the play-off gameto I Redland Hi Holds i hind to win 19-1S on the beach Polly's sister Katherine Vann Matinee Bat and Ban, ttf
decide the winner of the first I court two weeks ago. and Whitney Beam are their young' 2toaP.m.
half of the city league Brocket,State Champions I I Monday night Homestead lost niece and her admirer. Bobbie
and Walton both won fame from to Oanla High at Fort Lauderdale, SummerHn I*a colored maid Mary StNDAY TUtU WEDNESDAY
each other la scheduled play To Score of 31 to 29 33-19 The green-and-white sledrepteaentatlves Adams, a deaconess and Fern Rob- i -
The game was nip and tuck until : o f Homestead ertson the deeco esI' suiter Effi

late in the third quarter which Miami High Held Under I fought an uphill battle aa they Booth I* prompter. I
ended with Walton ahead. 27-S4 were behind the entire game.
A special matinee will be given
However before the final canto I Until Closing Minutes.... I Little was the Homestead high for school children Wednesday tt I y t /
wa two minute old Brooher tied of Tight GameLed I scorer with 9 points. Franklin and 1 o'clock.College. /
the aeon \ Rohrer garnered 4 for the locals.Adkins .
Barrow of Walton led the (coring I by the two Campbell boys,i fast Danla guard, was
with eight field coal to his, Roy and Tommy, (not brothers aa responsible for 13 of his team's Trio 'to Sing :i
credit Edw. Brooker led histeam I. Miami newspaper mistakenly I points. At Revival Tonight f5. ,
with four field foal and five printed) who scored 17 points between The|an*continually voiced their -
|
out of six foul shots attempted, them,Redtond High School's 1 of the officiating
disapproval
making I total of 11 points basketball team held the Miami the onlookers, This evening the Rev. H. H. Mc ,
which, according to
The score at the and of the tint High School powerhouse to Afee of Trevecca College Nashville
all-I I was antique and inadequate.Noted Tenn., will speak at the fl/i !
quarter at tied a 6 all and lUll 29 score,and came very near [ ;
tied at the half 1C all ning a game from the state cham-I Homestead Church of the Nazarene
will la the the Redland and a trio from the college will 1"'. I
Play resume league pions Tuesday night In :; Spiritualist I Ia
I sing. I
next Wednesday Bight with Brooker -
fym. E6'Esingtng
playing W. D. Home Co. In the Redland Jumped Into the lead I I To Speak Here Tuesday AD are Invited to this meeting ,. 'J.. ,.
first game and Walton against P. at the beginning of the game and I announces the Rev. Howard Eckel, ', ddncJngi '
J Franklin Inc. The games which held their advantage until the I I Announcement Is made this pastor of the church I 140YAhrp tiff
.'
were to have been played Wednesday closing minute of play when Miami -I week a free lecture by CoL Arthur ((6.1 tj' *
,1
will be played on some open High desperate and about to Ford president of the International InlaJli,l anlberclle
dale In the near future. be defeated by a team they regarded General Assembly of .Ut, boa /' ,

as a pushover, sank two Spiritualists in the clubhouse of I| --. 1,':
baskets In Quick succession. I the Woman's Club of Homestead I fft "" ;
Two High SchoolsOf MIler with 12 points and Eld- Tuesday evening at S o'clock. The 'i ONLY lnlST i'.uE
redge and Dawson with 6 each public Invited. |'I MONKEY [

District to PlayOff led the Miami scoring while Mul-I I The local Spiritualist church 'Q -
contributed 4 JUNGLE ;""
lin and Edward IRM RELY
i :
was given a charter at a union I
Series Tuesday point. each to the red and blackaeon I meeting held in Miami Sunday IN The OA I I .. 1-4'"! i
I I evening.
The Rediand team will play the uuBOLttftOLT
Homestead Team to Hare members of the faculty tonight I I Mrs L. W. Taylor, a former reslI I Inalnlln Drive wed ;
Full Strength Against I.dent of Homestead, wa appointed et Naraala Read '
i pastor of the Spiritualist Churchin kAREN MOaLEY
Negro Gets Prison Term t
Redlanders '
Fort Lauderdale I SON
{ at the same
For Unlawful Entry I I'rr.ethng.I I i
, Tuesday night the Homesteadand "
, Redland basketball teams will I Dennis Mandy negro, was ...nI -I.L :lStart

play the odd game of their three-I I: tented to one year at Ralford Monday -I
game series at the Rediand gymnasium by Judge Ben Williard of the
A Junior High Game court of crimes, for "unlawfully,
will begin at ,:30, I I willfully and feloniously" enteringthe
Each team has won one of the, house of W. H Mobey. west of
game played to date. Rediandwon Could Saturday a the
the first 17-13, and Homestead Mandy, who had been entering
won the second 1S-I5, after I the house and pilfering small
playing two overtime periods. change before, walked into a trap
There la nothing to choose between art for him by Mobley and Deputy
the two teams aa both have Sheriff Frank N. irwin. who made
made much Progress tine the season the arrest The negro made entry '
began. Homestead, crippled with a skeleton ke>'. New Year :
sine the first of the season because He waa given a preliminary Rightby
of the mumps, will be up to I hearing by Justice of the Peace
Its full strength for the first times Sid L Kendrlck. and bound aver to

a Rediand will be brimming over the higher,-urttf 1

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: Fiday.January24,193G.HI '" ... THE, LEADER sENTERPRISE P... Thr..


world practically unknown are aerial photography of mountain '
FLORIDA SENATE shown in the film flight from Port I Scenes ever made. [

of Spain through British Guiana to The notion picture flight continues Green: Lantern: Restaurant:

PRESIDENT TO BE Paramaribo. The first motion I through northern Chile and ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
pictures ever made of native life I Peru: Lima, with a trip to the Western T.o-... Bleak Dinner No Chicken Dinner ,lie
deep in the Guiana Jungle and a Guano Island tn Peru Following Regular Dinner Me Vegetable Mate See
R.D.I.A. SPEAKERSecond thrilling sequence of raplds-choot- a photographic description AU Kind ef Home-made Sandwiches
Ing by native river canoe-men. of the Panama Canal, and scenes
Showing of "Lind form highlights of the film. from Panama City and Cristobal .
bergh Trail" Also Fea- Striking ptctoral views of the Is tn aerial log of the interesting
ture of ProgramSenator great cities of South America from mountain terrain of Central Amer-
. the Ama_ River, at the equator, ica, on the aerial trip to the capitals YOUR HOME IS YQUR CASTLE i
.
Wm: C: Hodges of Tal down Brtdl's vast coast to Bahia, of the six Central American Admit only ckm. -.. .. awt fcy ,dins
beautiful Rio de Janeiro and the republics Then Mexico with a
la"pNIIkI nt of the senate THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
busy cities of Santos, Sao Paulo spectacular view of famous snow- !
during the 1935 session of the created volcano A Deify JV a papsre the HMM i
Florida and Montevideo are shown followed Popocatepetl and li it is..rwr. as.d so .ot.M ,
legislature will at.
be the
by the flight up the "River ofSilver" the most comprehensively filmed ....d.6 MM Iflmmtmt :.....w.w> fat ::. hMlr M 1-::'.
guest speaker on the program of story, thus far,of the famous Maya blMM Ab (MMCkUdiM :
to the Argentine capital Vr.f.ahN.
the .. Vtaim .4
Redland
District Improve- 60 tdneitak M| M MwM.s
ment Association night where interesting scenes about the ruins at Chlchen Itaa. The film to .. Mnck W Aw NMteM" Cili.. w ......l .I b Mfc :
the auditorium Monday In great city and over the Argentinecuntry.lde ends with the flight across the ---------- --------- ,
of the Redland Nevada qs a e.ta.u.
are presented. Sierra mountains from a..ys a t
Farm Life School Mexico City back to the United ... y :.. Nr rMna t.rnw M .
From Buenos Aires the motion :a.
W. W. Johnston president of States at Brownsville, Texts. fOr Ow jmrau .... __ II.. '
the Improvement Association, saidyesterday picture sequence continues over _tile ue OM 1110"tr. tie

that the engagement of the broad pampas and records a First Coarse -......................................................... ............. '

Senator Hodges tf the speaker for thrilling aerial crossing of the _............................ .......................................... .
mighty Andes, flying past Acon- Proprietor: "Didn't the waiter
Monday night predates his announcement cagua, second highest mountain give you a menu, air?" 0IIr...."........... ..................'.Maws,.......".......-.......... f
as a candidate for world which has been Patron 5-,1. Copy on Kt..t :'
peak in the Neglected : "Certainly;
governor and hit no political ,- J
nificance. Judged to be the most effective but I ate that an hour ago." I
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"Senator Hodges I* an outstanding ...
lawyer and a well known official
with a record as a splendid "
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speaker," Mr. Johnston said, "and

he large will audience.doubtless" greeted by a "ID RATHER HAVE A BUICK BUr.

Because of the enthusiastic reception
accorded the PanAmerican -
Airway film "Flying the I
Lindbergh TftU," when it was n
shown at a meeting of the Red-
land District Lktns Club last week,
the Improvement Association ha

arranged to show the talking picture ,
as a feature of the program
Monday night which, Mr. Johnston -
says "every resident of South
Dade County Is invited to attend "
and enjoy."
"Flying the Lindbergh Trail" according -' m
to Pan-American Airway
official is the dramatic aerial log
of a flight through the West Indies
around the entire South Ameri-
can continent nnd back tn the
United States by way of Central
America an Mexico--the, first motion -
-plcturee*** their kind r\ n
made of the .southern continent
The motion Dtctures, whICh ,11'1' 1,
accompanied fy a specially writ-
ten musical score and descriptive,
monologue, follow the um n
which Colonel Charles A Lind.
bergh originally blazed as head
Of Its technical committee
Recording many interesting subjects
which have never before been
presented on the screen the pu
tures are believed to represent the ,
first "aerial travelogue ever made
They have been edited from more
than 80,000 feet of motion picture,
film which,through the past several
yean, has been taken over
various sections of the Interna.
tional airways 1
Particularly striking are the
sequences taken In the island of
the West Indies, In the Interior of
the Oulanas, and over the four-
mile-high crest of the Andes, the ,
world's greatest mountain range.
These are the first motion picturesever \V HAT keeps you from driving Could it be A./// Let ui show jo* our arithmetic- aad

made of the spectacular cor- Buick-ooc next y etc-but now Maybe you get used to buying in the what a Buick can do out on the road.
dillera over which Uncle Sam'sair
today
mall 1* flown now on regular low-priced field-you get the wet a big It won't cost I penny-end It may make
schedules. It it the money? car cost too much to run-you resign you I lot happier-with a Buick
Included in the Introductory yourself to smtll-cmr comfort ability,
title are scenes of the Inaugurationby Time payment on I Buick are but two performance-ud plain human nature
or three dollar I week more than on from further!
Colonel keep inquiring
Lindbergh of the first you
COSTS LESS NOW
IT
lew than
International air mall service to lowest-priced cars- that
South America in 1929.: This is when you figure the"extra I smaller Maybe s Buick k a bit beyond your
TO BUY ON TIME!
followed by the flight from Florida car usually call for. retch. But let's not admit it until we'vegot
to Havana In the giant flying the actual figures The new GMAC 6* TIME PAYMENT
clipper ships of today thence over I* it the upkeep We'll gamble our time against PLAN not only snakes it ...1e'IO figure
yoursto
Cuba to Jamaica; Port au Prince, the cost of baying on time, but save
Buick is I big comfortable CM disc show you Just what a Buick will
Haiti, Santo Domingo City and money that you can use to get a bettercar.
San Juan, Puerto Rico, following give small-car: eat mileage, small-car: cost-to bUy-to run-tO keep io good .For example. Buick Special basinet
south through the Islands to Port mileage on oil. You'll keep I Buick at condition we've surprised many I.mallcar Coupe lining at the factory (u/tty guars
of Spain. Scenes of the actual least I year longer than you'll keep I : owner with our thrifty Included,standard and special! an'i : '
flights are Interspersed throughout lesser car-and probably spend lesson figures, thrilled them with a demon group ) '$" )

the film with ground views of It for service aadrepaif in the mean time I stration. .....!'i aec6saiiOnly....... I
the most Interest pictoral subject I
of the countries traversed.
Striking scenes of a part of the "

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Published Friday It Hero Russell Kay ....." BY IOW. U &. VOW, MBJTIAJUAJI ,
u..... FUu by the Boat Dade I
FAILS
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Publishing Co.
Last spring after I heard Dr. I TO GET JUSTICE I unseat BOOMoradvi one hundred and seventy-lev;' 1

BEN ARCHER __ _____._. __. Editor Townsend talk to a group of followers Since I was iwflbte to secure agive .......... w.-.". ,.. S-. ... year from now It is I snore than'11Bkely '
at a gathering in Clearwater or two-minute period en the Tom" rtMvt It some wig still be readiag'J ;
Entered a* second clan mall I told you not to discountthe pioneer's night program from W.I ........,t .-.., S-4i -I and singing the songs of Robert ,
Matter Man 5, Kit. at the port old boy and pointed out that W. Johnston president. M that I Bum

fflo* at Homestead. Florida, wider regardless 01 the merit 01' demerl&I 'might call to the attention el the "Thl new book. "Contemporary W* offer you a new book today .
the act e& March S, UJS.BUB. I UM "clan!' UM Townsend movement member of the Bodland Improve j American Women Poets", seem "The Power to Kill" by Robert

would have to be recienedwith ment Association a matter whichin to be creating tome excitement Hichen. His last book, "The J
in the next campaign. my opinion should be of among poet and publishers of the *
PRICE n." A TEAK I 1nettJ..1 Parsdln Cue, the astonishing 3
Since then hundreds of Town enable Interest to every man, sterner sen. And all because so portrait, ol a woman.. murderess,.j 1
.. send clubs have been organized an and child la the state of few ot the 1311 women represented won wide success: in bath England I
TWO FORWARD Inn... throughout the state and these da I request you to print th Flori-I' in. this: anthology Issued under tie and America. It I* today DIll of I
SCOUTING folk are In earnest and there's closed outline of the case of auspice of "Th Spinner, a bimonthly the most popular books in, our 1
Two important forward steps lot el '_ Political aspirant realize mour P. Eaton a World. War vet. : magazine of women's :little library. "The Power to Kill 1

market the Boy Scout,movement this, and:: ba consequence you eran. i verse write ot love. Probably 1* written In the same sty, At J
during U*. twenty-fuU jubilee ,find candidate for every title I Upon. a request In writing from I i they await love a* a man know 'a luncheon party la. Lendon, one 1
year, which end on February 7th, I'reft.tI1t11t to governor ange any group- of Interested farmers, love. One w..wen told ".t.evoII ;, day, a psychologist remarked"that '
tb* eve *f scouting twntyUUi; ling twos for an opportunity to ot taxpayers: I will be very glad of a man's life is a thing apart. 'Ua everybody possessed the power to 1
birthday-on* tot older boys and "say I few wocds" st a Townsend to relate la **. fair a manner a* I ,woman's whole existence." Mayfa kill." One of the guest was a )

OM for boys below scout age The meeting.A possibly can, alto pitiful case of time have change or maybe young American named Von Brinen. ; 3
first\ Involved the branching .t a candidate may be a Mason, an this World War veteran in him it one would read: between the Another guest was a novelist '

definite program tot older boys Elk a K *l ft an Odd Fellov. be- effort to support bis wife and two ';lines Jove would still be found in .trained to observe pe pla'* naoUons. t
koowQ u tutor: scouting: and designed long to the Baptist Churcht-but little girls and the action which, many of the verses submitted by : Qt noticed the strange look )
to reach youth,from fifteen Chat: .'t gonna help him a bit In my op1nJ should b* taken by woman poet Sam critic: lay I which, cam Into Van Brlnen's :
to veUacad.. laded IndetUaitely when it comes to .IsdueswW these the farmers and taxpayers la this since Sappho w* have had no eyes and resolved to study tae I 1
beyond. This senior program Townsend votes, so they're all area to prevent a repetition of I.woman poet Sappho lived a longtime I American and; know him better.

embraces the interests of older Jolnln the Townsend Club to keep such unnecessary conditions and I ago about 040 B.C. Even U [It I* a tense novel, melodrimativ a 1I
boys on. Unit and aea The teascouU from gettln' hit over the head with j waste, which at a later date, the I that statement i* true woman ha and unusual, and it hold your Interest .;
of whom there arc today I the blamed tbjng taxpayer, will undoubtedly b* not been discouraged: she stilt ties I from the first page to the J

moss than: ZO.OOOt were among tile There may b* semen candidates caned upon to 1 pay tor. to sing of love a* she bra known test On the rental shelf and t 1
first groups of older scouts to to opposed to the Townsend plan The story of Seymour P Eaton. love, gd .( other \b\llcll. and for bound to be "out" most of the

organized, Now there are rover but 14 there are you deal bear World War veteran deals wlttu .this pewUtenc at lent come of the time. "
groups explorer, and bait a do," any of '1m bragging about it His struggle for an existence as credit should be given Florida i*
en other all pledged to n'110J'0 out flatfooted a World War veteran: hit owner well represented in this volume.
Those who haven't: some ;
ward scouting ideal for the proposition; are ship of five acres In the Redland Many Dado County poet are list With the coming of the hatching
of Florida his wife and two ed whom will find season, Florida pouUrymen should ''
The second Important move, accomplished plenty cautious what they say area ; l among you
little girls aged eight and thirteen fellow townswoman, Mary remember that healthy chick 1
by the operation division about it and they'll tell you "-e your '
the effect of noise his Ferrell Dickinson. We have mean healthy checks say N. R
ofbe National Scout matter what, the old folk gotta years; upon a copyof \
Movement, wa the taking over of I be taken car of." (Continued on Page Eleven. .) "Contemporary American Mehrbof, extension poultryman. ,, 1
the administrative operation of the I I I Women Poets" In the library. J
Now these Townsend folk are
cub program for boy of pre- in dead earnest Every one of 'em than they've ever had in their This month of January w* pay" "Alice says sas told the secrets" 4 J
scout age-8 to 11 year Inclualve will tell that they're gonna live before. Candidates have homage to Robert Bum If ha I told her to only two parties. 3
Cubbing, launched: In 1030 with a register and you vote this time and turned from the old fa hlonedbtcka1appln' were living h* would now be 177 "Yes", Republicans and Demo* '

few pack a* the groups an designated they don't tar whether a candidate and baby-kissin' to years old. He still lives In his crate. J
ha grown literally ov..- Is Democratic, Republican or findla' chairs for old ladle and poetry. Robert Burn was bornin --
Bight ending the scout Jubilee Independent, it he' not a Townsend sslstin' aged gentlemen across the I Clay Cottage Allwsy Scotland, "Benson and those two Georgia ; ,
year with I membership of boys man If* gonna be "no dice" street Hill if* gettin' so the Boy January 29k: 1739. As visual education girl must haw come to taw os- ,
and leaden in excess of 00,000 for him. Scout: are hard pressed to find progresses we shall probably turns ball a* a sandwich." :
More than 10.000 represent new an opportunity for their daily forget bow to read, but it I Yes, a nice egg between twocrackers"
It sounds fine, but the thing I '
cub and their leaden enrolled in good turn". reading Is not entirely a lost art J
can't figure out Is how in the heck I
1933 An interesting phase of
.1
rubbing la. that it la related closely they are gonna know who to vote I
for. With about 20 candidate for
to the home, that parent have an I f IQftlDA Qi s if"
It every office and all of 'em et.lmlD'I I ICgD **Y1-
'Important part in it, and that I 1
I to be dyed-in-the-wool Townsend
auto number among its leaden
followers It looks like the
,
: poor
older Boy Scouts who have bad I
voters will hive a hard time trytn
qualities leadership trained and
to figure out Just where to mark ,
developed a* a result of their
their little x. )
scouting: experleno .
Most o( the candidate who tr
so "concerned" about the "old

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN folks" now never gave 'em a I
thought up to a few months ago I
To the printer Benjamin Franklin Among them are many who haw
la thought of a* one who stands served in congress, the state legislature 1J 1j
high in the early history of printIng on boards and commission j
and publishing in America. and Ia other official position

Although his accomplishment asa where, had they really felt that j
printer and publisher alone way about It, they might have
would have brought him enduring nixed their voice or cast their tote 1J
fame, to the world at large Frank- for the folks who now seek "'se- 1
lin' accomplishments In the graphic curity" under the Townsend banner .
art are but an Iota as compared .
|I
to his greater accomplishments Personally, not beln' a candidate ,
In science,
statesmanship,
for any office I've not had to Join
philosophy and diplomacy. No a Townsend club or make any J.IY.rP OJ'eJt ONG "VK17114/ :
in American history before
man pledges or promise, but I've attended : '
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g YEARS ,eneff s m"r _,
his day or line, has shownsucb od ,
( a number ot Townsend'
understanding of his fellow man AAfON/NOAcn1l dlWW.
meetings as an Interested spectatorand
a* has Benjamin Ftanklin ,
Ins fsmlllar enough with the ,
In his. own day, Benjamin Wtvamr" ,
movement to realize that It Isn't .. "
Franklin's fame had spread beyond I I
somethln' you can laugh off The
UM limit .l his native land. real Townsend member arent t tI8oU. )
Two hundred and thirty I ,. I
year ago even it the candidates
this month, when the news of But if I were a member ara',1', \ .
Franklin's death reached Paris confronted with the problem A de- 1 1

where he had become popularIn tetmlnln' who to vote for, I don't MAS 77//T MffS Sr OKASWAL
diplomatic elre..., the printer think I'd be led stray with a lot : IC/WO STATION
of France, UU claiming him ** ot high pressure oratory or honeyed I
" one ot their own, assembled In promises that might "fee made : a al'hrJr TUB If"1r7RL.

public square In Fussy with. their I up. for my, benefit from the pulpit

i compositor stick and 'Jt-C8Ra, at a Townsend meeting.: I'd go'
a* a touching tribute to his. great, back and dig up the gentleman 11

name. I past record and find out for sureJust
Two hundred and thirty years' how much he'd really don I

ago tW month a great man passed for the "old folks In ;year gone
this way,-Heavy Stuff by, on account: of action ipeakln'
I
e louder than words. I

Of course constable, Justice of
DRAW A USE I the peace, state legislator and I
i In man who Visa condemn, a* 111 even governors cant do a whole
I find so much of goodness still
lot either for or against the Townsend I
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In men horn men pronounce divine -I' plan; the only candidates' ZW %

they need to worry much about'
I find so much of sin and blot. are congressmen and the president, I'

tl I do not dare to draw a line but thy are Ukin' the matter a''
Between the two, where God serious that no matter what attic

has not a man seeks they want him to declare -I
k -JOIq 1n Miller. himself one way or the other
regardless of whether h* can MRS. MARTHA WEEKS. W y arU Fieri- long life been out of the state .t Florida. Ono i

Twelve thousand mile ot roads do anything about it after be' dice and member *f St. Petersbur '* faaooaThreeQoarter .f her raise for health and long Ute I Ie that she, C

r and trail were built In the National elected.: I Century Chub, had paver beaD to "...... stands when she can sit, sad never liCit.. ; !

Forest during 1035, according : Well white whisker and silver a theatre Dntll after she lad reached a kindred when abe can Be ..,..". < ;

i' to the forest service Maintenance threads among the gold are badge Far of apt for 'VMT ninety Years sibs has Ta platform ef tile ICING STATION at &** ,

work on 184,000 miles of that carry plenty of weight rl&htIOW lived m her SI acre farm Bear l UtK Flerlda." ford afcn>v-o.atM M **n, Paring tfc* Mppis I

foods and trail was done In U3J and UN "oW' folk" are gonna. B** far tans j4*4 wan .s son attr..s...lr 100, 0* tor aft imam us... .
CCC did munch .( this get more attMtiok. and eomWe** 'I.'M. -
1 also. The ...*t ajmr to inr .to.aaR !
> **. lion 41111a" ta e neat four nap** : :
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FridayJanuar.2ifl9M. "THE' ENTERPRISE

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Miss Dorsey1 pupil haw been the program. The next week ing an old Moned randy pull

. making poster of vegetable men. Katharine Ortanedet, Freda Hancock M tae female court of ft* school
Newsl They arc having an arithmetic and Pen Robertson WIll al I o fMk. A pound of tile candy

I Homestead High School store to help them learn the multiplication have charge of the pro4r'am.Those win fit told IW )ft. Xwryene. la

tables.. They hav been Norma invited to come and help pull
present wen
candy. Sea a 4-H girl and get
studying these" and "those" in
Kthertn
Goodman Fern Robertson, -
By LEOLA LITTLE .I English yourself a ticket.

___._....."...._.. L'" Orfanede, Julia Frances
-- Sullivan Freda Hancock Virginia
tot The seniors did not have many they had the best graphs in the Posters of birds animal and Kinner France King, Prtelua For the Best In

lesson Wednesday because their class. ; fish have been made by the pupffii Freed, Nora Akers, Ooldta Orcn-

rings came and they were so of Miss WHUami' room. nell, Mary Duncan Mildred and I OPTOMETRYDR.NKUENSCHWANOER

proud they Just had to talk and The seventh grade geography Jack Walker of Mb Jackson'sroom Marguerite Field Annabel Redd I
show their rings to they classes are studying the outlying
everyone Mn
l has ben transferred to Florida Leola Little Mn. Wolfe. DR. II. GONZALEZ
came In contact with. It seems possessions of the United State Winters and Min Norton.
City. US Venetian Arcade. Miami
that the seniors are to- educatedthat They imagine they are on a trip Tonight the 4-H girls are hav
they may now teach school and each day visit one of these A total of 2,500 fre throws were

ty"t Ruth Tower taught the tint grade possessions: They collect all the made by 100 physical education

for Miss Jackson In the afternoon material they can find from various students this week. The following -

tt and Robert Caves tried to keep I sources that has any connection are the high scorers in the six

IVt the seventh grade In order lot' to the trip. Maps, picturesand higher grades- 23 shot allowed
Mist Henderahot for the tint per* model of interesting places each contestant: PromotionsA

lod. have been made. Stories and diaries Twelfth grade-Richard Matt-

I have been written. Look for son, 22; J. B. Clonlnger 12; D. H.
sm of these storied in next DeUmger 11.
The modern htatol''pupill must
i have their eight map In thllweek. week's issue. Eleventh grade Francis Irwin, raise does not come from hard

Report have beenmade, 12; Billy Fitzpatrick, II.
by Dorothy Home on "Tamerlane" The senior's "Tragedy of Mac Tenth grade- Tack Oatlln 14;; work. Your achievements, not ordin-
f;. beth" and the juniors' "Tempest' Charlie Little, 13;Pierre McDantet
and by Mary Adams ell "Inquisi'
tion", TM American history class booklet will be completed this 12.Ninth ary work or long hours, designates
week. The English classes have grade-Howard Tomphson -
will complete its book this week
e and start a new book: next lerne.te. .- enjoyed studying these two Shakespeare 14; Iter Martin, 14; Wade the size of your pay..
1 .. plays I Smith, 13; William McMichael/13;
Th artists la the senior class H\O,1\ue. 12.

have been asked to draw five I Eighth grade.--DarwiM Camber,
Five sophomores have entered scenes from the play that they: 13*, Edw.: Kirby, 12; Jack Sullivan Raise yourself-make yourself better.

the essay contest under Mrs. have Just completed. The posters 12.
1 Field's direction. They are Mary have been turned In and the win-I Seventh grade-Alfred Varna- Make your work better. t

Adams, Nella Sauls, Marjorie ner will be announced later. The doe 9; James Sullivan 8; J, T.

Moser WUella Bullard and Man- posters were U advertise the play I Godwin 7.HOMESTEAD. Merit more money. .

uel Hancock. Mary and Nella .. .... .
the school is putting on, "Huckle '" ------
have- two pages already. Mrs berry Finn."
4.t Fields room welcome Pierre Mc- 4-H CLUBBy
A matineewin be held next
Daniel back from the mump The Wednesday. School students will Loots Little In our evening school in a short

room dropped em point la the __ ..
be admitted for lOc but at the .n. M N NIN.NM MM
better..
. achievement test last Friday Mrs. time you can make yourself
play Friday night they will have Tuesday the 4-H Club girl met
Field gives two reason why: Uwar te 15c. Tickets win be on sale
pay 11\ their clubroom with Miss Pansy Intensive bookkeeping course for bus
either a harder test of some all next week at the Dixie Drug Norton from. the Miami office.
of the pupils were not preparedand and Browns Pharmacy
Mrs. Winters who has composed iness people.
the down. The
puned average
some songs for the 4-H Club was
II sophomores won the dollar again Miss Hayden's seventh, eighth here to meet wltb us. She I* to
at the P.A.. and this
meeting
and ninth English classes are come back during February to
. I put them far In the lead. studying the possessive ease hold a pep meeting with the girls. Regular course*--yes. Terms-yes

Mrs. H. S. Wolfe has volunteered -
I
The settlor class requests the Mr. Lucas' geometry class com-! to take Mrs. Redd's place in the

answer to this question: 'Who-was pletes its book this week. AlgebraII 4-H Club tutll ah*, baa finished

the third murderer in the tragedyof Is studying square root and teaching la kindergarten. Homestead Business College
Macbeth quadratic equations Algebra I Miss Norton checked our work

is factoring equations. so that she might make her reportto

Th girls did not law gay Tallahassee. Girls interested in Home Building

physical education thi* week! because Constance Scherr and Billy canning who will furnish their
Miss Theisen has been ill. Walton have given books to the own cans and product war signed -
library.On up. This is to helpth* girl
so that they may east at home. On
The useful science class is
election day the senior girls Jan. 29 the Suit Kitchen of N. W.
the effect of heat mat
studying on
sold tags for the benefit of the Fifth avenue and Tenth street, RIGHT
ter. Although the chemistry class school library.Tonight Miami, will sell cans at 2Vi cents
is studying chemical arithmetic each in lots of 100. N a

it I* going to make an experimentwith Fisher plays Homestead At the tropical fair in Redland, OVER YOUR LO
bromine and Thegeneral
iodine. here at the gym. Candy and awards will be given to club girl D
science
class is studying
peanuts will be sold at the game. for different articles that are entered -
I the relationship and between mechanical The peanut will be sold by Mrs. In the contest that are OK'ed OLD FLOORS
electrical The
energy. Webb's home room pupil for the by Min Norton.*
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biology class is studying heredity
purpose of buying library books. Next week Mildred Field Pris-
and Menders law. The candy will b* sold by the 4-H cilia Tread Leola Little and An-

girls. I nabeU Redd will have charge of
Webster defines success as

"favorable In all results and un-
Sine Mr. Little promised hla'IOn' ANYONE OF THESEDELIGHTFUL
4 I dertakings. One of the tint essentials -
home room the fifth grade; i
; of success is to have the
I a dollar if his absence kept it front I DR.B.E.GATLINDentist NEW
ability to get along with others.
P.-T. which
winning the A. prize ,
The other prerequisites of success
was a dollar, ha had to forfeit the' FLOOR PATTERNS
N\ are to control your emotion., show dollar.

I willingness to compromise a CAN BE LAID WITHOUT *

sympathetic understanding, forming
\ -
a habit of recognizing others' denominative Mrs. Wynn's numbers room is In studying arith Office in Hausman Bldg. TAKING UP

mistakes, never take advantageof I
I. anyone recognizing the little metic. : YOUR OLD FLOOR y 1JI III'I;

things of life do your own thinking Phone 85UOMES'lIAD.
Gloria had
Waldrop a perfect
i know your work and look to English: paper la the test that Mrs. MW flood*. leis rigU .**(
the future. If these : FLOSIDADR.
: you use prerequisites Walker gave last week. She la in old .... qukWf sad lass
wM be a
>y; ''Clark you, reporter. success.Brl Mrs Fifield's home room. The pen.....,. seed aol k* ogee t ;

class has made window transparent ...... old-rrl .*..-If" ,tay..yc s ; rh
i of children of other lands and sod .
Th eighth grad arithmetic patterns .. Y
have hung them on the window
M.A. BERGER
classes are studying percentage. .
shade Meek .. ,
They are making booklets which H Hoirbgho JI
1 will include an the formulas they .r plank potion doer s..ee5
Dentist
Mrs. West has been substituting
.' have studied thus tar They hope with equal es I Y I, i
1i; tot Miss Ray because of the illness I
that the booklet will help in the
i review for the mid-term exam of Miss Ray's father. 36 N. Krome AvenueUpstairs Nothing will rooter thatphew

inations. hoa*" aspect to a eWBMO

/ M shiny sw seers -.. i.
Estelle Sullhraa
This week the seventh grade Eva Office Hours 8:30-4:30 n4 burin* then to .....* to- I '

' arithmetic class drew bar graphs Teacher of Pianoforte day &M ease bets. r...- aq Y
EVENINGS
OPEN
'I'II showing the scores made In Mrs sea HiMsht Improvement

Walker's first arithmetic test Lester BEGINNERS A SPECIALTYIII B) APPOINTMENTDR.R.S.AKERS ..a....... KO BOWK FAT. Y I
I Archer and Edwl Booth received *t E. tad ATS, HoaMloU MElT and allow AIMto {
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::1 i# magazines as prizes because
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bkt M get yellow squish Wagner Speaks TonightAt ..' / '- ".... i
I and on baaket of bountiful string B.P.W. Club Meeting: :;' Junior;: : ;: ;:; 'I"=: ;:; Cash, 138;; ::: :!
I \ bean There sent by express -
for a couple of weeks and are lard, Lorna Gorman each,
j yesterday All of the shipments Principal Carl Wagner of Red- i n\uch pleated with them. fifth grade, John Benson tt, F I,
In !
I should reach you ample 1, the clan rings In Hooker 78
got The other grid
I time to be displayed In connection land High School will speak on"Democracy
i i I have not at present been tht. .
with your broadcast.Hoping at an open meeting I ., ,
.. I I that w* may torn day of the Homestead Business andProfessional I II | : till '
I Oor't: ,
; have the pleasure of showing you Women Club In the r for heir -
I I through the Redland District of Future Fanner clubhouse at tattoni and cardi The The a
8I basketball boys went I
I' Florida, w* are'Very o'clock totUfat can't be tent In until a Lauderdale Friday night up :.
I ap-,
1 I truly yours, All men and women who are'' the total amount Is paid. back :
| brought the honors Th. ;(
;; ; i I The Redland District Chamber Interested In .
< present day govern-I II I was 19-29 ':'
I of Commerce rents are invited to the The American I (
i history Miami High defeated Radian {(
; Archer President The chairman I
By Ben ings. program ,
are hard at work '
getting Tuesday night at Redland by twill)
The box of fruit included the Mrs. Wm. E Myers of Florida for their themet point The game was fait .ncl''"
avocado, aKron tamarind, City, baa planned a aeries of pro ,
papaya ,
with plenty of thrills and,,*?
Nlcorb bread fruit, pomegranate grams dealing with other present '
long shots Redland led
Chinese cattelya, crytostegla Mad- day forms of government In order | Member of the biology up tohlf "
agascarlentis, Zizyphus Pemulc that the -'II > mav study tenden- have turned from artists to quarter The score waavv
Monsters Delicious, Chicle Fruli :i. in LZ,__ I I..; .()1UI1n our own or*. They had to write a -31. |
:aunt: about an Imaginary The team suffered the loss ot1';:
Pitanga Karandai Annatto, Flcm |
they went to foMila Hemming, who hurt hl..
on get or
I Carica, Llama Momoncella, Sapc AI ':' ;' the executive
I dllla, Guava Catappa Termanalla :::.r :U. u. home of the eton Some wrote on Ilxth'I" In the Edison game Ha
animal became infected and he
and their
fights
Calamondln pr u; : Mi j L. Bow, last .
their stories stayed In the in the hospital His aonditr
Film T>- a given to the
H. W. Johnston sent a box of 791
Is however, .
Improving
I State, tome went to Canada,
I varieties of jelly to Major Bowt ": .U (t :: itand in favor '
tome to Europe The school wishes him a speed
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ns a personal gift t u..: )< aid a decision
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I a .;1' Ogata fully befederations- show tome talent and prove
f All of the fruits vegetables and there are many with
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4'' Jellies were labelled with the Imagination
I :, proper names and the names < 4 women exact- Rain and cold weather put
I :- is Ale legal footing as
their native haMtati on the senior beach l P4Iij
I Ton. i Last Friday the school took I
I Miami itself It sparing no ex I iI other teat In English: '"
pense to make the boardcast coup and spelling given by MM
to the utmost in publicity for the Phone Companies Lower er Theee tats were Friday night Jan 31, the facuirj
Area. A representative from Mi Sunday and Night Calls over Dado County. This ) of Redland High will play the
: : i ami is in New York preparing tb I teats proved to be easier to Will that be a game? ,
take part In the amateur broadcast Tampa, Jan. 23 (FNS)-Permission of the student The high
+ I, with expenses fully paid by was granted telephone companies for the Individual grade : I
:I the Miami Chamber of Commerce operating In Florida to establish seniors, Yvonne Prothero, TO GIVE CONCERT ':j
A shipment of coconuts with the lower rate on certain tenth grade girls, Margaret Members .of the HomMtead:)
f : :;:; : !;I likeness of Major Bowes carved types of long distance calls and bright, 130; ninth grade girls, odllt choir and singers front .
i I I on each one hat been tent to Radio the new rates are now in effecton ly Engels, 115; ninth grade churches have commenced "
I I I City. Palms and other foliage andscenery the lines of the Peninsular, Willis Baxley, 127; eighth for a concert to be pre- ;
(' i' to make a typical Miami Dell and other systems boys, Chat Burr, 83; some time in February "
:: I setting has been arranged for the I Under the new ruling itation- grade girls, Mary Engels 03; J. Lyon .Is the director s

I big Stage on which the exhibits to-station rate will apply all day ... .. .. ,
I win be placed. A battery of 88 I Sunday to person-to-person. .. ', d
telephone la being installed to : In other words, the subscribermay -II'
fe chats the sending of voting' place a long distance call for i''

returns, which will be made Sunday some particular person and will
For Greater Production
I : night by the Miami area. only have to pay at the itatlon- Crop ,y.

f II. to-station rate, on all call where

ty I Rattlesnake Steaks the day rate Is excess of 3Sc! For Finer Qualitythe
i / The same reduction will applyon
| i To Be on Menu at Fair I II all preon-to-peron call after

'f'I, : T p. m. that heretofore were charged -
I Tampa Jan. 28-Choice rattle- ( two requisites of successful money-farmlnc)
I for at the full day rate. The
j i snake steaks, ready for the frying reductions are made to provide amore
I!
will be Included In the elab-
pan
| useful service at a lower rate
orate DeSoto County exhibition at Use SOILADESoilade
t and should result in a substantial
the Florida State
Fair February j Increase in long distance calls on
r 4 to 1}. County Agent E: H. Vance
Sunday and after 7pm telephone -
I ?
has advised' Manager P. T. Strrtd- I
officials state
l er here Some choice cut are alto gives you these advantages
t to be presented to the fair for a
) I because its of manufacture
Dutch luncheon to be nerved to RL&D THE process

I Williams Nisltiag newspapermen secretary of the Chamber Homer- I Jv.NTA blends: together in perfectly balanced

1 I of Commerce at Arcadia, said. ; --- form, mineral, collodial ajjd organic
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plant foods, including all of the essential

element necessary to normal plant
WINTER RATES
growth, in such manner as to insure


NOW EFFECT your growth.plant normal, longer-lived, natural



For Tsnlfont, health training or permanent residence nm will find
;he Physical Odniit Hotel awn than utuhctofr delightful and
Kanaing atmosphere of fntadhncM and good ftUowthip.

t Thousands of health seekers have found the magic key at this Intiluuon -
where natural methods, as developed by Bemarr Macftdden" ,
arc exclusively wed. No drags, medicine or operation. Keiult SOIL ;! DC 111 (
secured through moderate necaie. diet, eliminative praceuct lUll, If .
truer steam tad electric baths, massage and manipulative nctiuret
All under the super Talon of trained health esperu.Ladd CARL F. WARNER, RepresentativePhone

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PHYSICAL CULTURE ,'
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Friday, January 24, 1936. THE ENTERPRISE Page Seven Ii


I'guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. apiece for each meeting Instead of

W. W. Savory for the past three "SICK BALLOTS"MAKE I 8.. TIle Mtarintawantpf the light i

I months la now staying in HiamL plant wit be raJtetlo>> ..50 a \ ,

In and Around i I NO CHANGEIN month. The water plut superintendeat t .
Mr. and Mn. Arthur Kissingerleft whose functional are performed 1.I

last week tor Lewisburg, W. by City Engineer Hook, <.
ta I Va They had spent several weeks VOTE RESULTSContinued will motive I14MO Instead off '
HomesteadMrs. I here as guests of Mr. and Mra.I 13S a month, and other salaries
I Boyd Cohn pour. I win be increased slllararly

The ordinance will be g.\en Its
( From Page One
Judge Beckham Talks third and final reading of Ob 3,
i Bird that a committee might be appointed -
I the date of the last meeting of
: Annie Studebaker of Dayton turn to her home here soon If her On Liquor ,ProblemsW. to work out a compromise council This
the
0., aunt of Mrs. J. W. Martinof I mother, Mn. Susan Arbogast, con- of the ouster lull whereby a croup council present will be at new this ,
Homestead la expected to arrive 'tinues to Improve.J. H Beckham, judge of the of taxpayers seek to take out of the meeting sworn In t

this week to spend the remainderof Dade County Juvenile court, spoke city Imlt all trrltory north of 11th

the winter with Mr. and Mrs. T. Underwood has returned to the Redland District Ministerial i street wa not acted upon by the
Martin at their home at 48 N. W. from Georgia for the winter. Association on "Problem's Con- ,council.

Third avenue. Mrs. C. C. Patton nected With the Liquor Traffic" I An ordinance raising the salaries .

who visited the Martina for several Mr. and Mn Edward Reid motored when It held a pot luck luncheon of aU officer and employee
days, returned to her home In meeting at the home of the Re*.
to Key West Wednesday. of the city 10 per cent WM given
tvIn+ Miami Monday. and Mn. C. N. Walker Tueaday. It* flnt and second reading Suggested RO A PI

The association decided to hold a by Bird at a meeting -
Mayor
Ceo. Mahle of Miami has
come E
J,' H. L. Cook Is recuperating from to Florida City for the winter. He school of religious education for after he had announced that

an appendicitis operation performed Is manager of the crate the Sunday school teachers ot the he would not be a candidate tor
H '.' Saturday night In the Post house located In the old Mattoon supply group to begin early In May. The re-election the ordinance must be!

Graduate hospital. tore building Palm Rev. M. A. Soper was appointed passed by the present council In
t, on avenue. dean of the school; the Rev. A. A. order to be operative for the Incoming I

h Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Henlngton Kona line, president of the board; officer and councilman,
Mini Gladys Dean of Sebring and Mr. Mr. Koestline, Mr.
Soper the city charter provides that .
of Wesson, Mfai, who are spendIng aa
,' will arrive Saturday to be week-
a Walker, the Rev. IL O. Cowan
elective officer councilman'ssalary
the winter In Miami no or
,
were end guest of Mr. and Mn. E. A.Wal'1'en .
.
and the Rev. Howard Eckel, members -
be noreaaed during
week-end guests of Mr. Henlnton'a ,- may
GeneralPublic
at the Free Methodist .
of the board of governors.It nil administration.
brother-in-law and sister,
a '., Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bashor of parsonage. I wa decided that a prayer The 10 per cent Increase raise
service will be held in churchin UtilitiesHomestead J
every :
Oouldi. Miss Willie Henington, will give Mayor-elect Harper a i
The Junior the Redland District at 9 o'clock
h a iister'bf Mr. Hanlngton and Mn. Missionary Society salary og *MO a year Instead of the :
Baahor, to spending the winter of the Free Methodist Church has'each Sunday morning. MOO received by Mayor Bird and I Phone 105-SI
changed its meeting hour to sun- Present besides those named .50 ; i
with Mr. and Mn. Bashor. the councilmen will receive $5!
day at 330.: The monthly business were: the Rev. and Mn. L. O. Ad- {
meeting will be held on the,ams, the Rev. and Mn. C. A. Con-
Jack Krom.f Mr. and Mr. first Tuesday of the month at 3:30 don the Rev. and Mn. Geo. E. CAFEMRS.
Ii /. VT. J. Krome of Homestead, 1* recovering In the Church. I: Deuel, Mrs. Beckham Mrs. Koest- THE REDLAND

:'{ .. from a severe case of flur'dl1 line, Mrs. Soper and the Rev. Paul A. NABORS Prop. t {
s : at Indian River School, near New
'1, Mn. Lillian Bell of Eldred Pa, John Pappa StWDAY DINNER SOr
1," Smyrna. la a house guest of Mr. and Mra.I VEGETABLE PLATE 15* CLUB BREAKFASTS, UP

I'I E. A. Warren. Greek World War Hero PLATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK 15*
Mrs. C. W. Armltago of Coco-
To Preach in PrincetonThe
nut Grove and Miss Jane Howard :
Mn. Ruth Morton and childrenof
of Hotel Miller In Miami visited '
a Mn. Bertha Edwards West Palm Beach will arrive Rev.'Paul; John Pappai, I .
Sunday.Mr. SEA the Boulevard MIAMI
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on -
Friday for a short visit with relative .- 'I native born Greek, World War
*. hero and evangelist of the M. E.
and Mrs W. F Thayer and i __
Church South, will conduct a
Mr. and Mn. Louis Wolfe and AT SEARS-A SALE OF
Mr Elizabeth Brook spent I aerie of revival services In the
daughter, Frances spent the the week-end with her sister, Mrs. I Princeton Methodist Church next

week-end at Miami Beach. Geneva Lowe, of Miami.A week. The first sermon will be

preached Monday night. Venetian Blinds

Mr. and Mr*. James Cameronof surprise shower was held o Mr. Pappa I* described by a
Fort Lauderdale were visitor Tuesday evening for Mr. and Mrs.E. member of the church as a mod-
of:Mr. and Mrs. Fritz W. Jackson A. Warren. The guest included -, ern miracle of grace. All are g
this week. : Mrs. Joe GollatUcheck and urged to hear his testimony. s
son Mn. S. T. Gorday and son, p uceaasars 29i

Dr. R. B. Dearborn of New York Mrs. Charlotte Goff, Phlllipa and Chief Silver Tongue
Charles Goff, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy 4
has leased the home of Mn. Eva
Collins on the Dixie Highway for Mr*. O. C. Hole Mrs. J. OClontnger Postpones ConcertChief

a private hospitalMr. Mrs. Persulo, Mrs. i j i euhd
Elizabeth Brooks, Mn. Lillian Silver Tongue's concert d

and Mn.Leroy Dyal of Long Bell and Mia Nellie Gooding. A scheduled to be given here tonight

Island, N. Y., who are spendingthe number of friend who were un- under the sponsorship of the
winter In Miami, pent Monday able to be present lent gifts. Methodist choir, has been post- k 59 Feet Long
to a later date accordingto :
with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dyal. poned 11, 31 and 37 Inches
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Cook of an announcement made yester
I They will return this week-end to
go deep-sea fishing. Wlniton-Salem, N. C., were guests day.The i wide
recently of Florida City relatives. concert is postponed because
I of a conflict with basketball l
Mist Ruth Tldw.Il and Miss Nellie -
Mn Frances Anderson of Man- game and because cold weather $5.95Value
Davis bott.of Miami
spent!!
Sunday with Mr, and Mn. Jack aaquan N. J., who has been a I ill predicted for tonight.

Polk. 'n_ ..--.. j
e
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Basswood slate
),fr. and Mrs. H. E. Keen and ,

Mr. Lamb and daughters, all of Automatic Stop

Alva, Fla., spent Wednesday of Dust Spray?
last week In Homestead with Mr. or L Sill Bracket

Keen'i brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Coker. VisitIng -
SAVE NOW oa Venetian blind for every room In the house
at the Coker home at the
The modern, accepted method of regulating fight, air and asmir-
same time were Mn. E. W. Martin When farmers get together, there is always
Ins prlvsrv These are made of the best materials, finished In
and daughter. ., Miss Esther Martin
and Mrs. Louise McDanlel Hi- which better. While or Ivory.
to is
argument as
an
Easy Term on Purchase of 120 or Morel
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:SEARS: : Thud FloorEARS.
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FLORIDA CITYMrs. "As the feller says, every man to his own ROEBUCK AND CO.I 1

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poison. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. B. Clinton

are announcing the birth of a six We carry a complete line of insecticides forboth

and one-fourth pound daughter, Everything is Dry \
Hazel Diana, at the Post Graduate dusting and spraying. For those who do
hospital Sunday.

not want to use a ready made dust.formula, we and fire hazard is great Let us build you a

Mr. and Mrs. L. Fonryth returned portable fire pump-50 to 100 gallons per minute. ;
Monday from a five-day trip to mix formula that is desired.
can any vegetable washer.
Gainesville, St. Petersburg and Can be used for irrigation or if

other point

HOMESTEAD MACHINE SHOPON
Mr. and Mrs. Sam To and

\ children expect to move. to Itorae- CALUbAI OB NIGHT HIL.. $TRADER. Mgr.F. .
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,. stead tail week. .. O. not UM .. W. second s... _teat
The Kilgore Seed Co.
Mr. and M;:H.-K-.Strong Jeft'

this week for the North after ,atwo.'nnonth '
stay in. FloridaCity. Homestead, Fla. Phone 63

Their house car wu parked ass
Avenue B.'Wendal. Surveys MapsA.


Oak and Bernard R.. LIVINGSTON
Smith el Texas and Frank Ritt EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING .

enberger of Tampa arrived reeently REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
for the winter. They are HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
guests at the Dixon house. Registered Land SurveyorBOX
H. D. JACOB8EX. Prop.

W,..&It dronon write Atom .0 x. Kiss: A_, Phew 11111414 "$ ,PQMEST&UV ft*.

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Patio Eight THtf LEADER. I'ridayJannary24,1938" '1
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1 MIlS EVELTW RAClCkSOlT BRtDOE-SIIOUEE IS GIVEN Marlon Nixon, Anne Rhene, Virginia f

I MISS EVELYN EALEKSOV FOR MK8. RICHARD O. IIUtTA Nixon, Etieabeth Peterson, t .(,1

Wig r IteM and Mile Evelyn miscellaneous bridal shower Jennie Hardy, Edna Forte Lets "

I Social Js..1, :Raulenoawere1.'marriedby and. bridge party was given for Martin, Don Murphy, Frank Rice,
e Judge Boyd H. Anderson in the Mrs. Richard G. Huff Wednesday Sery Rice, Jlmmie Martin, John .
Broward County courthouse at evening at the Homestead Country McLean and Billy Forte.
Fart Lauderdale Saturday after Club by Mrs R. L. Walser and

nOott. Mr and Mr*. T. J. Walker Mr*. Gwendolyn Moore.
b >Uter-ia. >law and staler of the Mn. J. S. Horton won the high MISS ANTOINETTE.MOTE
MINSTREL SHOW IS FEATURE OF DAD'SNIGHT bridegroom, were! the attendant score prize and MI'!'. Claude Campbell ENTERTAINS JUNIOR LEAGUE

HOMESTEAD P..T. A. PROGRAM The"bride, a daughter Mr. and the low.. A salad course ws Member of the Junior League?
Mn W. M. Raulenon of Bartow carved of the Homestead Methodist
Thayer Wood chairman of the Interwoven* to the minstrel show has been in HOmeatead for the past Others present Were: J'd'1'I. E. Church and friend assembled tt

school committee othe Miami were three chorus number. ".... few week visiting tier brotherinlaw Buchanan, Mn. Frank the home of one of the> counselors,

Elk, mad a short talk on "Amer Old Fashioned Garden, 'The Old and sister Mr. and Mr. R. B. Mn. WHIarcT Flfleld, Mn. W. .4..1 I Min Antoinette Moye, Friday Afternoon

icanism at the Homestead P.-T. Spinning Wheel" and "Let me Call 1tI.... She wa graduated from Caves, Jr., Miss Maude for a social senslon.
A. Dad'f Night program held in You Sweetheart", by girl of the'I Snmmerlm Institute High Schoolin Miss Gieula Dandy and Miss Ellen overal outdoor
the Neva King Cooper School Monday clan dressed In old-time CGlt'umea.I Be I't.nIn 1031.: Huflt. games wero
and
evening, and presented an and a recitation, "Hat of Yesterday Thebridegroom i* !1101\ of I played then all enjoyed a

American flag? far the school to ," was given by Virginia Hobson Mr. Agnes Reed of Homestead BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN picnic supper. i

Mrs. E J. Dyad president of the while four little girl, :Betty He has bent t resident of the Red- FOR JUNE ANNE MARTINA Miss Iva Conner, pianist for the

Association Rae Clark Mary Roberta, Lucille tend District for the pmt twelve party celebrating the eighth league assisted Miss Moye- In dW
A quartet ol father-singer. Goo William and June Cheshire paraded {yean and was graduated from birthday anniversary of Juno AJHM retting: the game, and Mr*. A. Sr ,

Ranann Geo. M. 'JIc .D. E. Moo-:' in the bat of yesterday The old !Redland High School In 1928. He Martinet daughter of M'.-,u4'Mrs. Moje and Mia Helen More h Ip-

maw and Ivan Moser, sang "In fashioned chorus was composed of: In. new employed by the Brocket 11. W. Martin, was given,-brines e4 serve the suppetf.
the Gloaming" and "Drjnk: to Me Catherine Crave. Ruth Peterson I Lumber C*. mother at their home, 48, K. W. ;'Others present were: Mary
Only With Thine Eyes": Miss Virginia Lola Pierce, Dorothy Sullivan, : Mr. Reed has been prominentlyidentified I Third avenue yesterday afternoon. Catherine Suber, Peggy Chanvbtn -

Trick played the accompaniment Athley Kemp Mary France. Rut- I with Redlan District Outdoor game were played and Alone Koeitllna, Lela Pierce,
ti I, bind V Hilda Dodson, Betty Hardee. ,independent basketball line hit refreshment which Included Ice Pity Pierce Mary Pierce, Marie

Mr W. R. Bird, fifth grade Mary Ellen Dearing 't.ouLM Dear- idhoel day and I* now member :cream and a birthday cake were Cbnner, Aid Canner, Sue Moye, .
teacher assisted fcy Mr*. J. R. Rut ing and Mavis Watt., .ef the Brooker Lumber Co. bastefbilT I served Hubert Smith, Arthur Brandenburg

land room mother, provided a Father attendance prize wentto team. Guests were Ruth Crave, Ardel and Freddie Chambers.Continued .

ii clever minstrel show tar the' first Mrs. C. A. Field's room In the '1'II.1011nl couple win live fit the Parman, Fay Pierce, Jane Fuchs : ( en Page Nine];
half of the program Cart Alex high school and Mrs. Virginia Ed- bellding on North Krome- avenue

ander wen interlocutor, ,and jU wadsVoome4 the ,Neva King -

other black-face laugh producer Cooper School ....................................................................
were; Fred Hobart, Sambo: Wm. Punch was served. after the program The Calendar
Duncan, Slew root Roger Glenn, '
; by Mrs.. Paul Reynolds, Mn.Oeo. .
Fish Bone; Albert Byram, Molasses
a K, Wakefield, Mrs. A. D. At Our Fountain
; Hubert Smith, Mote; and Jan, 23- Benefit bridge partyIn
i George Wlngate, Chocolate Drop Smith and Mr. E. T. Draper.to Future Farmer clubhouse aC a "

p. m.
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FOCB W. M. A CTRCtMHOLD make homemade tie*. Jan. 23 Woodmen' Circle
JAXCARY MEITOCfThe A photograph of the club was meeting at Paoettt home at a 1101 Hare you tried our luncheonette servicein

tout circle at tM Woman1 m* I fountain
i takenv connection with our (
Missionary Society of the Homestead : Jan. 24-Meeting of B. and P. !
Other prevent were; Mr*. Seymour
Methodist Church held their W. C. In Future Farmer clubhouseall .
Dane Mn. Jarmaa
Cyrus ,
January meeting* Tuesday after- Mn. W. C. Fritter, Mr*. O. M. p-m. I SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
IIOCIII at the hom of members Jan. 28-Talk 6y Was Georgians
Mn. X K:: Elder Mn. A. A.
Kelly
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Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Payne, J.fra. Mary Wolfe Mn. M. Such at Homestead Woman's Club AND SATURDAY
J V. rree. Thai devotional service A. Mrs Walter Guest Day Program. ;
Soper, Tomphson
was led by 14..... J. A McNeUL Jsn. 2S-Areme dub meeting
1 Mn. Ceo. E. Deuel. Mrs. A. E. Number One 40c
With Mn. W. B. Cave
Mrs Vivan Boothand Mm John I
i Mrs J. D. Mr .
Barnes. Wywng *
Anderson were appointed to serve I'A. C. Rectos, Mn Martha Lang, Jan. 24-Taffy pun given In I Country Fried Chicken (choice pieces only ., ,

a u door commute, and Mn. S. Mn. H f. Armstrong Mn. J:. A high school court by Homestead I Stramed EH Cole Mew er 8He4 TeaseipeaBread .y ...
J. Davis and Mrs. H. M. Olbba, at Carter, Mn J. W. Porter, Mrs. A. Homer Demonstration and 4-H tmtttf and StinkNumber ,

i flower committee for the Sunday W, January, Mr EJbert FraeutiBi1, clubs. I
.
Jaa 24 Sacred Heart Club
*trice Mn. C. A. Howell, Mr* Oe. W. :

When the ftn.ndalhport of the) Turner Jr., Mr*. Mary Ippenon, card Jan.party 27 Garden In cluhroom I) Two 25c
clrele wa given it was voted that Mrs Cha Lair, Mr*. It D. Zenkf 1 Club meeting!: '
the $18.74 balance in the treasury Mr*, a W. Drlggen Mn.E. P. at home of Mrs. Win. Smythe on Tans Flak Salad Petal Salad SlIM Tematse "

be used to repair lamer of the WMtworth, MIA Etn Tamer' l Silver Paint drive. j Cola slaw WIth laltl_
Jan.
Preildent's
church seat After the businessmeeting Mil Hehm OrunweU and Mn. ban at ,
{ the member quilted. Nell and J.fn. Hampton, vtalton. Homestead Country Clubt.Jan | .
30 Comu
Club meeting
Present were Mr*. E. B. K...- at Lee H. Lehman heme. Number Three 20c

line, Mn' UlriC Free Mr*. C. Mt. AND lieu; RCHArr Jan. 30-Redland Ladle Aid I,
Ho Steak Sandwich wipe Steamed Wee and Gravy
Redd, Mr Gfcbs, Mrt. AIJd 14.1 HOSTS TO COMCS CLUB meeting with.. M,.. C. Ben Plum-
son. Mn. McNeil and Mm 1',. .
Mr. And Mr H. E. Sctieff were rocr. |
tin. C. W. Little wa hostess hot te the Census Club at their Jaa 11-Redland P.-T. A. **.,'
to Circle Two at her home Mn.Oee home ew North KrorM avenue ecuUve committee meeting In Home mad Chicken and alee Soup with Balttoe

\ Ranson led a devotional service Thursday night .1: last week. school at 1 p. m. I IOC
on "Right Foundation." It Jan. -Homeitead High play,1
Mra. C 3. Parma and W. K. '
was announced that Oil circle win "Huckleberry
la Neva
Walton wen the high seow prizes :r'
I furnish flower for the church i fee club member, jmd ).b' end King Cooper Sc: > Now FRESH STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM made In

(, dutmg February.Present Mn. H. P. MeDaniet won DM high Jan. 31-O. E. S. pot-hick suppers:, our own plant from South Allapattah Strawberries.
l were: Mr*jr. L.B.Iartf,1 for member and husband
core prizes tow 1\JeItf Mrs W.
\: Mm L. O. Showalter, Mn. W; H. i Feb. -Redland P.-T. A. meet- .
D Yaws wa* given house gtieatrli
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Saul, Mrs. E. & CapOnger, Mr Ing.
. I Hanson and Mr Little. Feb. S-Junior W 011I81\'* Club SPECIAL -

t Circle Three met a( he home *4 Member present wenr Mr. aad meeting In clubhouse at S p. n*. I
f I t MM H. P. McOanlel with' the Mn. f. H Htaer, M*, and Mrs. J. Feb. Homestead P.-T. A. executive Sweetheart Sundae _..........................._..IOc
leader, Mrs A. B. Slegle, In a Webster, Mr. and Mrs. E. 1..1 committee meeting at 10:,
charge Mia Jetonto LobdeU led Ames, Mr. and MM Led H. Lehman I s. m. I
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In OMT Bible study period, which Dr. and Mrs. Frank Haus- Feb. T Episcopal Women's''
: R was devoted to the Book of Act*. man, Mr.. net Kin. Pumas and I Auxiliary covered dish luncheon'and The: Dixie: Drug

Other prevent were! Mrs. Ca*> Mr. and Mr*. Wartotl. I bridge with Mrs. J. S. Horton i
I Guest were; Mr. and Mr*. A. A. at 1
p.m. Your Rexall Storepermanent
t.1 f Stand- Paymr. Mr. end Mrs. McDaniel' Feb. 23-Meeting of Dade County 1

Joel J. Robinson, Mr* Oeo Son and Mr Yates.BIRTHDAY Pedenttoa of Women's Club atCocoplum '

: nlelwon. Mr*. Dan William Mr*. clubhouse in South Miami. .

'1," J. H. Webster, Mr*. John William, PARTY GIVEN \
i I. Mr*. A. A. Koejffine and Mrs P. FOR AtENC: KOESTLEVC
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Mn. A. S. Mopes Mr*. J. E. Davis steOt anniversary at the Methodist

,-.t !etf the devotional survive' which I parsonage hy her mother, Mrs. A. I I t\ y wave
" WM followed by a social hour. A A. Koestline.
c safcd count and hot chooolate 4; and BeautyTrue I
, After the presents had been
served;
were won't do !
evened and game hod been played -
The member present were: beauty demandsthe
the> cake ,
birthday cake
Mn. Dexter Smith, Mrs. MotileWingate. and cup best of care at all i \ \ { :
punch werejIft'Wd. Mrs.K.estline
Mrs. Davis, Mr*. Atkln, time Whether you I ,
I we assisted her nit wow emit be perfect
by rear your
M... third led 14,.. Hope wish facial
a wave, a I .
.. frame 4
elder daughter _fa. -with a ftimfmmt curl
a manicure, or any of I ( for the of TM'. she
CLUB REVIEWS 110116ED9TIZ5 The little guests iKhjtled: Pep the other essential aids aside parr awk| >
or JIIt.'IIBZUAt I gy Lou Chambers Mary Lou Muelwhite *- to beauty, youll find I' kind.* give yo. with unruc--

the Redland Home Demon. Joyce: ) EMil, J'Neeae the killed operator at fee w tu* the bMtraxiooall lam
stnttoft Chub nwethtj7 semi' tIM I Altmaav 1.aMra William MaryFrances Pat' Beauty Parlor ass Iforimr Methe4 olds based me.ebsntod
: Morton. France fcBpto..*Maswm't aad sewMFueaee
wa devoted to er discussion e< the Foyser ready; to serve you
dudes of member of a demon- I Shirley Ifttt Whetted Density, E/ftIo quickly at any time. I ....... "'bsspei' q made

stntlon club-attendance at meetings ma Jan Rives, Ruth Rutland, Rae CteqaUneto. SPiral and I get h for yo*r.. aaWef M.*

homer management home 1mprvvement and Fee CapUnger MargaretBarnes. CessrMaaaos riUt, _.
the Income Gene and Paul Reynolds, d1
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family 'Jt, Jttnma McLendon Bobby PERMANENT WAVE 4 vf 81 v
teewd. Mrs 8 ...
an! keeping' -.
Mamie Smith of the county home Menses Teeny/ Fogle, Arthur I Prices 13, $6 $7 r**" .-iBarber Sfeop H, ,

demonstrated .....r..en. I* Woo; Brandenburg Wan. M *ilwhite.Jr ... "
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aral spoke on the value of meat ., and Uervfat P y er.Crewat : I PAT'S'BEAUTY -,:

in the daily diet *n 1\IMI..t the party Beauty ParlorMISS
cdt different out U mat Sheshowed were: Mr Lewis Brandenburg, ,' PARLOR r .

also om_.of the latest Mr*. B. A.. Tibbita.,Jpo L. L.i UtLUK BtOWTf. Oyeratail '. gt< 'Mi'sTXOMXAVCfCTf
'eHrtrtf coekinr *rf..1' ,Peywr Mnv 1f'1IIJ '...........;j r.... U-R 11erM D3ia.

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!home a*Ceoonui Palm drive MM. M lI U8rt.3I. ilia. B. LockhorsL
SOCIAL EVENTS J. a. Hickaoa conducted Ik* mls Mrs..a a Buehte, ..,... a B. Cat.!

b', ......... ..... .... ... ion study program and Mrs. W. Itn Mrs H. S. Wolf, Mrs. C. N.
"'--- C. Fritter, the devotional service. Harris, Mrs. D. P Blake Mrs. R. I This Week's

IN MISS Mill HOMESTEAD SUCH Georgian TO TALK TUESDAY Barbara Such. Others present were: Mrs. J.' Y Burr and Mr*. A. F Arthur I Specials j


, world traveler and lecturer will I
t. speak to mtmber of the Woman I 1934 'Chevrolet Sedan-newly painted -
* flub of Homestead and their
I friend Tuesday afternoon at 3 For your friend's sake see *. mechanically perfect-tires ;
o'clock In the clubhouse ,
? Miss Such who lived for four
new-perfect shape
. year in Northern Africa will wear :
K the costume of the women of that
region. She was engaged In research "Huckleberry Finn"lit $445 i
work there and the maintained -
a hospital there.
[ This season Miss Such li teaching i

I. Both public men speaking and women Miami are, inVited clocked laughs to aid your disposition 1934 Chevrolet Pick-up. An all round ;

to attend. truck for farm use-just what ;
CLUB DOES CORK ANDBLOCK
' PRINTING WORK need i
Neva Auditorium you
ft Twenty-one cork printed articles King Cooper
n and twelve block printed
."f article were finished at the work I $425
A meeting of the Homestead Home I Friday January 31 8 P. M. i
;jH Demonstration Club In Its rooms ,
.p,! |a the Neva King Cooper School I 1

['i the yesterday.county Mrs.home Nellie demonstration Murphy of I Bird Chevrolet Co. f

*5 agent's office in Miami was in
>* charge. 25c and 15c W.B. BIRD. rrea. F. T. It'BEll. Vlct-pres. J.L. BIRD S*%
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I; Mrs.Mamie Smith demonstrated .
jA electrical cooking appliances and i )bone 98 Homestead, Fla.
f" Mrs. Mary Carbon spoke on I Ii
home management at the meetingS
i Jan. 10 Articles of block printIng S
:; made at the previous work
$ ,meeting. were shown i i

,\\l MeCALL-HILtlARD i.lJ 1
I MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED t
1 t:7L( Announcement was madelast
V,week of the marriage '
' Claudine HlUlard. daughter forM j
and Mrs. J. L. Hilliard of Prince- e ;
ton, to Frank P. McCall, Jr., son .." .
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of Mr. and Mrs. frank P. McCall .
,\, of Princeton, in Tort Lauderdale
on January 9. II
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Mrs. McCall was graduated from 1#
Redland High School in 1931 and
Mr. McCall, from Jasper High
School In 1933.

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I?rf PROGRESSIVE DINNER-DANCE :
,' ENJOYED BY YOUNGER SET'A
progressive dinner-dance was .N
t given by the Sub-Deb and Fraternity -
, clubs Saturday evening
', when Miss Bobble Summerlin
.*, was Initiated into the Sub-Deb

,.' Club.The dinner ended at the horn j
i of Billy Arthur where dancing J
!*t was enjoyed.
, Those present were: Miss Iva
',> Dyal, Mils Henrietta Hartman,
Miss Betty Bowen, Miss Summer-I
tin, Miss Virginia Frick, Miss
j, Marcia Gauzens, Miss Helen West,!
Miss Mable Williams, Billy Arthur -1
Jack Gatlin, Marvin Pritchard,
. Edwin Lawrence, Carson Malcolm,
Carl Deden, Robert Gauzons and I
Dale Henderson. ---

' AD ASTRA WiLL GIVE i
POT LUCK SUPPER FRIDAYThe
Ad Astra chapter of the O.
L S. of Homestead will give a I
pot luck lupper next Friday evening *1

, members in the ef I. the O 0 order F hall and for their all 1 WHEN ,YOU BUY THE

families and friends and all members
of the the F & A, M. of:

friends.Homestead and their families and I $ Some people enjoy paaf a r: icy 00 bocce races-tot fi no fun to m

A silver offering will be taken.I risk good manse oo w&aataans bbdesJ Boy amade --gttalhy bbde- Yr

MISS GIVES BONNIE DINNER BELL PARTY MYERS 1 bjd**DtUlgyyf>I Vttt '--.sad M aafe.ProbaIt Jt..aIII Qr

Miss Bonnie Belle Myers was: 4 for lam, b tanmdoDf gaoand booed mf ttropped by ipedelpnxen. Q 6
hostess at a chop auey dinner at: ;
her home Sunday. Coven were: It guaantcq qtnfad; ccooony and yont tacaeft worth. TWi

laid for Miss Geraldine Beitz, N I feces msJIdng cboxt work of the tnugbot. ; a
Kioa
D. Wright of Klrksvllle, Mo., Vl.I. Hade &Wcs tafy jaag Qe r
Hall of Gateivllle Mo., and the 8maelt tttabble 1PhhJUt: smgtcett tftdbtria .I.-rpaUHo tb0es tendedL f otqJ'co4etbisto

hostess. p Stoat Atkt has aonUe<4E Etafcak Jt Boy 4' p
LOCAL P.-T. A. MEMBERS
ATTEND COUNTY MEETING ft patdaVeeDd ..wi1dD JmDet OD s rem
Mrs. C. N. Walker, Mrs. I:. J.
Dyal Mrs Landon Carney Mrs
I:. B. Blackburn and L. B. Som-
mers represented the Home.teadParentTeacber
Association at the
Dade County P.-T. A. council
meeting at Ponce de Leon High PROBAKJUNIOR
School Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Cart Wagner, Mrs.
C. N. Henderson, Mrs. W. P. Cash
and Mrs. Charles Elchenberger
represented the Redland Parent- t
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Teacher Association: at the meet-
ing. BLADES
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MRS. RUOGLES HOSTESSTO I

WOMAN'S.. L O. Rutfle AUXILIARYMrs. was hostess I .-; r..cl U f Of THE WORLD'S LARGEST BLADE MAKERS
to the Presbyterian Women's Auxiliary
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doing so will help thousands of sufferers from infantile MISS PEARL MIIITAKER .
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Please lend me__.ticket to the Birthday I
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1 BaD for\he'President a' $1 each
malady. Seventy per cent of the funds will be used f \ for which I enclose check(or money order) I
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; ''"work now befog conducted at Warm Springs. Fill 9 Q ........- City.M.ke .,.- _.... I ;
out the coupon and mail your check to the committee ill check..vdle\ ta chile....MrtMir B.ll. C.wwN. I 1P 1y I II
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f ,ILcrhe Churches 1! -FROM(Continued: OUR From WAIL Page-Four BOX) CLASSIFIED ADS 'I II



youngest fin which: compels him RATE: First insertion 10* a Um; subsequent insertions
---- to raise and educate the two girls flf a HIM

:r BAPTIST school each Sunday at 10 a. m. .1 in the country; ; the struggle of this i

I' ; English service on second Sunday World War veteran and his wife
Bomestead-The Rev C. N, of each month at 3 p. m. and Ger-I to protect their two little girl FOR RENT I REAL ESTATE-Those who went :

hV/lPler. pastor Sunday school at man service on fourth Sunday at3pm. from being waylaid and ravished to buy or .U Redland District
I I FOR IUINTNua.: furnished I real estate will find up-to-date )
0 I. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.nof130 on their way to and from the Red-
; light and water. Inquire listings In our office Many ol
[ : p. m; B.Y.P.U. at 8:30 p. land Farm Life School i
'Prayer service Wednesday at METHODIST EPISCOPAL I II Mn E. L. Kelly cor. Silver these listings are still at sub :
n. I His efforts in securing loan Palm drive and Newton road normal prices. We shnll appreciate 1

:30p.m. Florida City Community Churchthe I from the Florida Rural Rehabilitation (pP431)roa ] I either your inquiries Of J

Pr Jan. M-Morning sermon Rev. M. A. Soper pastor Corporation for needs, fertilizer your listings, all ot which will ,

"'*Tn* Censamallon of Sunday school at 930: a. m; I stock Me; his straggle to RENT-10-room home on have our best attention. Now i*

:: 'brllt'. Work on Eearth" preaching at 7.30: p. m. Church to protect his stock and equipmentfrom Redland road near church, the time to buy. B. W. Morris !

evening sermon! "Fishers of night Wednesday at 730.: being repossessed by the I School but panel door, screened now associated with H. A. Cam \

(Y Mea.lUtL." Florida Rural Rehabilitation Cor- porch, ISO a month. 4-room furnished eron, N. W. 1st St. in CUiicns ;

\, I Redland Communltf Church poration; his lack of knowledge of I house with screened Bank Bid,. Phone TJ.
F\ U Prayer service' the Rev. M. A. Soper pastor. Sun- the contents and provisions of the porch '15. Apply W. M. Brodle i 1

spbjecl "A Look at the Disciple I day school at 10; preaching at 11. contract which he signed with the Redland road and Coconut Palm ACREAGES AND GROVESI

:' That Became a Rock In Church night, Thursday at 7:30.I I corporation supposedly made In drive. (j25tf! ) speclaliM in Redland properties :

h the Kingdom ef God." duplicate; of the differences between Send m* your listing of property t

II'i METHODIST EPISCOPAL, the Information received by FOR SALE-Lot, with two houses for sale. I
f;Gouldi-The Rev. Noah Peter- SOUTH him from agents of the corpora- and other improvement Inquire CHARLES L BROOKS

art pouter Sunday school at 10a. While Stone tion as to the repayment of the Leader-Enterprise. 110 N. J:. First St, Miami II
rn,; preaching at 11 a. m. and urchmomsstead monies loaned and the provision: (PJ17-Z4)
3:30 p. m.?; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. ; the Rev. A. A. KoesUlne of the contract for the repayment I I WANTEDMIDDLEAGED !

Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. ot such sums; March 28 11)33! at TOMATO LAND In East Glade for,

m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30p. the date of the contract and May rent See R. S. Crewi on Ingra- lady desires pos

nesday.CATHOLIC m. Junior League at 2:30: p. t, 1936 as the date that all pay- ham Hwy at Blake'i Filling Sta: .! ition as practical nurse or housekeeper I
m.; HI League at 8.45 p. m.; Senior ments under the contract shall be tion. (dS7-JSl) for refined couple. Callor

League at 6.30 p. m. Prayer meeting completed.The write to Mn. MargarctteOoulctte
of the Sacred Heart-
Church
i at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.Jan. FOR SALEFOR RFD No. 1, Box 306. 1
S. ,E. Second avenue Homestead; dllTerence which he noted

the' Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. 16-Morning message upon the records of the manner In (d27tf) 1
SALE-One 10 h. and
one
p.
Sunday mass ,t. a. m.; week day "Unfailing Light"; special which he was allowed to repay his 5 h. p. G. E., 3-phaae 220-110 WANTED-Furnished apartmentnear

mass at 7:45: daily Sunday school musle by choir of M voices. loan and the manner In which oth- volt A. C. motors; compensating center ot town. Will rent on "1

Sunday following 9 o'clock mass. Evening message "The Hard- er clients of the corporation were witch; 200-gaL pressure tank; yearly basts. Apply Leader-En-
Communion for women the first Hearted King." allowed to repay their loans according terprise. t
one pair solid tired heavy duty
Sunday of month; for men and Jan. 29-Bible study. to the terms of their contracts wood wheels good for trailer. ;
boys, the second Sunday of month. and hit M of record; his Inability RAGS WANTED-The Leader-
Homestead Machine Shop S. W.
Holy hour Thursday before first Sliver Palm Community Church to comply with the terms ofthe St. Enterprise will swap classified !
2nd
(J9tf)
Friday of month at 7:45: p. m. Mast -the Rev. It G. Cowan, pastor. nI'i. due to the conditionof I I advertising or subscriptions lot I

first Friday at 7.30 a. m. Benediction Sunday school every; Sunday at 10a. the good received by SETS OF I baby Jars ot tropical wiping rags. 7e a pound allow- l

of the Blessed Sacrament m.; preaching service on first, him from agents of the corpora Jellies, assorted celophane wrapped ed for clean rags, white or color 1

after mass. third and fifth Sunday at 11 a. tion; his Inability to comply with packed in carton ready for ad. Knit underwear preferred. :

m. and 8 p. m. the terms of the contract due to mailing $1. Mailing charge; 23c
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE the complete demolishment ot his Mrs. Bertha Edwards, Redland LEGAL NOTICES

Florida City-Broadway and METHODIST FREE home and outbuilding by the road between Plummer and Coconut 1

Sixth street Sunday school at Fonda City-Mrs;;; Ernest Warren hurricane ot November 4, 1933; 1 Palm drives. (nlStf) I NOTICE Or INTtNTIOM TO APPLY
the contract a* It fall to provide I FOR HAMTKR
US: a. m. for pupils under 20 years pastor. Sunday school TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
and protection to him from act of the TOMATO PLANTs-c. F. Talbot NOTICE: .b hereby, IY.. that as ni."
of, age; morning service at 11 2:30: p. m.; preaching 3:30 8 I -
corporation or their agents as Silver Palm and Richard Roads, action will k. '"'
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m. Young people' meeting, of"O tl. 7HJt
o'clock. p. .
Wednesday evening services ; (n29tf) I AUilnton. on* of
such acts violate the terms of
which Include testimonialsof 7:15; Junior meeting S:30 Tuesday; may Court of the itch Judicial. Circuit of IWMn .
the contract so that h* may keeptitle In and for Dodo Countjr nl his h._ '
healing and experiences and remarks : prayer meeting 7:30: p. m. Thurs I FOR SALE-Tom Baron English loon In UM Court H...... In Miami, In'MM
to the stock and equipmentand county ., km o'clock A. M, .. UM 141k
on Christian Science 8 day. White Leghorn laying
p. strain I .. .. .. ...
the cancellation of his Indebtedness du of F. .. .. I. for nn MW ddrcrc
nu The public I* cordially Invited hen from super-laying
young Incorpornllnl the DAUB COUNTY
In the event that the
PENTECOSTAL cor
TROPICAL FAIR INC. n. a nonprolttorporntlon
to-attend. contest $1 each. Owner -
poration or their agent fall to ful- under II.. Inon of the BUM
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Goulds Rev. C.
C. Hansbcrger,
f leaving for winter. Mrs. FLardon of ,...Id.. Uu chart and the ghjwtl of
t Jan. 16 Lesson sermon pastor. Sunday school .t 9.45: ; fill their part of the agreement Richard road between I the As ialf..a he.... brloofl". the ...
topic "Truth". preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: HI Inability to secure cooperation BanfuUoN of li nt n-pn fftmM sgontws ,
p.
Biscayne and Waldln drive Red- niwr UM .... of wM RUU to b.H hna.n
' m.; Young people's meeting at 6.30: from certain of the corpora- land. (P427J.1)MISCELLANEOUS the DWM Count. Traplral r.lr. In. .
CHURCH OF CHRIST p. m.; Ladles' prayer circle Tuesday tion's agents in the replacementof I I for tends UM DUtrtH purpoM of of MM mniluctlni.County: public U the fate Bnl

Homestead-First avenue and at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week: prayer the pig, supposedly a bred gilt I and .._1_ fur the tomfrt __

N,: W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton service Thursday at 7:30: p. m. which has been a total liability to I I kortlnltura and urmnotlnn Its. Nark if the mil rlrultuntl sth.w,

minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; him tlnce'its arrival; his Inability PIANO TUNING and repairing. ourMi of the Cub id FlorM. and Mr.tteuUrlr -
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH II I 1 of Dodo County ..d otbrrOountta
communion and to secure fertilizer suitable to the Good used piano for sale cheap.
fellowship UM southern portion of mid
preaching at 11 at Homestead Krome avenue at lime content of his soil; his inability W. E. Koon, 115 N. W. 3rd St. I SUM, J.to to .ad trinuicl turk stars
a. m; preaching N. 16th street Sunday school at to combat without a hearIng I I b..._ M !. ...........t tkorvta and
7.30: m. Prayer Wednesday ... ,
p. meeting i I tork u 10 Ht Ml In > II In UM r-!"-,
at 7.30: p. m.CHURCH 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. certain false information I REAL ESTATE I .rtl.... of Incorporation of the MM Amn.lation .
which has directly affected the the Mid Propelled irtlrlM now
** BIG VALUE 6-room house. b.ne OIl file In the office of the Cork. of
OF GOD SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF welfare health and opportunities the. Circuit Court I. unit her the CamtyefonaaML
TRUTH of his two little girls, the removal Furnished. All city Improve. I and .ukj<-l U> Inupcctkw by. any.
Bomestead-606 N. W. First I ments. The word BARGAIN has person UlvrHnOF
Homestead-branch of Miami from the relief list of the RedCross WHICHA ALL rrRSON W114.JOSEPH .
avenue; Fev. Geo. Lorton pastor. been greatly overworked, butI : ,
Spiritualist Temple of Truth inWoman' of his name his wife's name I TAKE DUll'IOTICK:
Sunday school at ':45 a. m.; Club 410 N. W. Eighth and the names of his two little I do not hesitate to say that this "j W. W.' JOHNSTON President, sold
preaching at 11 a. and 7:30 I property ls a Big Bargain. Price ..
m. p. avenue. Men'i Bible class and girls; the damage which he and ,, HICKHON, nurr, wed
m Senior C. 0. G. 6.30 including furniture bed linen ropowd AMOCHltlMITkk .
; Society : p. the members of his family suffered I .
young people' lyceum at 7:15: p. January H, IMUnn. '
m.; Intermediate C. O. G. S. In m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat from the order of repossession; and table linen, dishes now Ie. II i rrk. T. 14. II)
parsonage 630: p. m. Mid-week 12,200 reduced from $3.500!
7.45; lecture and messages at the receipt by him of less than half
prayer service at 7:30 m. Wed- Fine furniture and plenty of It.
p.
of the collective estimated sum of
Rev. Sada Hobson.
8 m. by the
nesday. p. H. A. Cameron. (d3tf)
money, supposedly made avail-
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Jan. M-Free Lecture and able to him and the members of CITY DRAYHERMAN

spirit message by Col. Arthur his family under the term and I ITurner's
WATT. Pro..
Homestead-The Rev. Howard Ford. time limit of the contract. I
Funeral Home Hauling ef any kind at any
Eckel, pastor Sunday school at NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER The time he hal been forced to time. Safe delivery gnaran-

143: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. SERVICE waste in his effort to secure from 14 lift. AMBULANCE SERVICE I &"* PHONE 513-W

and 7:30: p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and I the state of Florida or the county Lady Attendant '
and service
Bible study
Junior meeting at 630: p. m. prayer of Date sufficient funds, with
conducted by the Rev. H. E. Berg .....
Prayer Phone 144 R HomooUad.
meeting Wednesday evenIng which to retain and pay the services ,
730.: of Miami at home of Mn. G. L
of a representative memberof
Gault at I m.
Friday
every p.
the Dade County Bar Association -
Jan. M-Feb. 16-Nightly A series of lectures oa the !
who Is not a member of the
services by the Rev. Wm. A. Book ef Revelations Is new In W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
Legal Aid Society to secure for
Eckel and Prof. Clyde Rodgers progress. All Invited
him, his wife and two little girls
chalk artist and singer.
the relief and redress and damages -

Princeton-the Rev. C. H. Con- Evangelist to Wear to which he believe he I Ia entitled FIRE, AITO. STORM AND LIFE

don pastor. Sunday school 9:43! Old Armor From ChinaThe through the acts of the Phone Mt-U |I
preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:301 I Florida Rural Rehabilitation Cor- Office la MeCrory Arcade II 0 once

p.:m. Junior meeting 6:30; poration and/or its agents, whichhe I
people's meeting at 630.: youn'l Rev. Wm. A. Eckel, a missionary believe have been In violation "
1
from Chins will conduct of the terms ot his contract since
meeting Wednesday at 7:3Q P. m. Edward Stiling
I revival meetings In the Homestead he doe not feel that It would be I

EPISCOPAL Church of the Nazarene from Sun. fair to expect s member of the Real Estate

I day, Ian:/ it, to Sunday, Feb': 16, Legal Aid Soott to use time for General Insurance ]
t John's-S. E. Second avenue I
announces the Rev. Howard Eckel, his benefit without the properre- I
and Fourth street HQmestead. i iMinister i pastor of the ihurch and father of muneratlon for services. FLORIDA CITY FLA.
In charge tIW It" C. : the evanielitil Mr. Eckel will display Palm "". and AT*. B 1

R., Palmer; lay reader Joseph i a W or Chinese armor, said CEO. %t', T. SNARE ,> ._... : .,,

Gauw .. Ejmday.! school 8ervix I to fe990 yeanr4>ki. and tell the Redlantf ......kt."all. 11. 1831. / COLD's"'

each SttfKlayi; ehurclr story connected with itf NEWT G. i
fourth) S-mdaj. &' X-Aftj.; m. C' )B-J f He Wll1)e ainlst'd bv ClvdcRodger UAtCl

muniun at 8 a. m second Sundayof '*. baritone gilmsl md < ''inlk POLICE COURT Votary ....

mii-Hli: corjxnate communion I urtUt who Will fur Womans Auxiliary at 10 :!10 each night! to illustrate o sons th it court this uu'k bv Mayor Preston

a. m. on Wednesday before fourtn he will sins! Each picture will be tt Bird acre us llowi, : Wendel ..' "pwu LUilll: I

Sunday I liven to some ont tn the audience Jukes, ,dUo Ti rty conduct,:,HO S. 5. RrooM Are

services wfllbegm bond tMfetted. Harry Gregory
EVANGELICAL: LUTHERAN | The evening i
at 7:30, On Sunday*; additional disorderly SO or five days, Wil-

St John's- Redlund; the Rev. I j,I services will be held at 10.30 and I Ue C. Parker, disorderly tend-day )a 1 / t

Geo. M. Path pastor. Sunday ;j,3., suspended Jail sentence

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Paw Twetve THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE" Friday,January 24,1\136.\

CITE LEGION MEN Townsend Plan Vital I More Schoolboy howlers at buy retail.something at wholesale to son ,\]
To Youth "To collect the fumes ef sulphur'
,Speaker Says .,. iSnti.r a. "Homer I* a tort of pidgin that 1
FOR SERVICES TO I f tube hold."a deacon over the end of a comes back again."-1:.. ,1
the Townsend movement I* of
great Importance to the youth of l' "A circle I* I tine which meet 1 Free1IeeUal !
SEPT. VICTIMS the because .. Its other end without'ndmg"
eouatry M would create An old Indian came to town one
i I millions of jobs where none exist! "What do you understand by the day, and for the first time he saw
at present, (teetered Nathan P.' theory of exchange--The theoryof a man riding bicycle'
Local Post to Correct Mistake I98aoti., ett.a} jM T manager ef' exchange<< as I understand It, I* "Huh," he exclaimed, "White
In Name of One- Townsend <<<5)ube) >,speaking ft M not ver/Vell understood." man heap laty Sits down to
large audience in the Semlbole I' "Double dealing la when you walk.'<-Ex.:
Armed Hero I I
the Theatre auspice Sunday of afternoon the HomesteadTownsend under ,.
Citation for"loyal and humanitarian -, Club.
LECTURE AND SPIRIT MESSAGESBy :
service rendered to the p OG
I I
Mr. Robert said that
already
victim of the hurricane disaster COLONEL ARTHUR FOaD '
three Florida
of September, lt3S, by member congressmen are President International General Assembly
pro-Townaend while the other two
of the John O Salley Port of the
American Legion were receivedby are Indefinite in'their attitude He Colonel Ford la the medium who received and deliveredto ,
Port Adjutant Wm.J.Geronimo said that the movement is growing Mr*. HoBdlnl the cede menace arranged br Mr Houdlnl and :
Wedneiday rapidly In aU part of the her husband before Mr. Heudlal1 death
Those died Include Dr. James country Everyone should avail himself of tte.wortualty.f hearing
Archer Smith, John P. Keatsey. The speaker was accompanied'by Colonel Ferd. Be is ono of the greatest lectaren ef the wend
Fritz Schrader, Harvey Crave. I. H. P.Whitson, president of the on aplrttval tnitha.Th .
Lewis Knight,Jack Polar, FrankB. Hollywood: Townsend ClUb. ar rlJtw r!
Rue and Mr. Geronimo. I It's ..' to be dada quiet, Spiritualist Temple of Truth(Woman's Club)
Announcement In a Miami paper It don'.U aw read to eeu-1
t L TUESDAY JANUARY 28 8 P. M.Saturday .
yesterday that recommendationfor WANT ADS PAY Ef We'want all >Mka to like,e' ,
Carnegie medal In connection t**' keep from_liltl'a I us.
with the hurricane ----------
September die ,
aster work included one for a Mr.
Vaughan, one armed realdent of Chase & Sanborn Dated s Sunlight Country Roll
Homestead,who took the first boat
across Snake Creek and established
communication, revealed that the '
legion. national investigating : COFFEEib. d BUTTERlb.
committee had made a mistake in
names The one armed hero is
David Barnes 'Of Homestead
Vaughan was a member of the
'volunteer crew that was first to ; age c I
reach Snake Creek but was not the
man who maintained boat com
munication without sleep for days "
_nd Vaughan I* not one armed. Irish Cobbler Brookfield
Mr. Geronimo said yesterdaythat SpecialsCloth :
he would take steps Immediately -
to have this mistake corrected PotatoeslOlbs. CREAM CHEESE i 1
by the national headquarter Bag Pillsbury'sSUGAR
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2ICFjorida : FLOUR pkg.-------Sc ; 1
Put ea Tear Ihaa Guard : ---- J
"Shall we have a friendly game : j
of cards?"
1.lb.bag--S3() 24-lb.bag1.9
"No, let" play bridge"-Troy Sliced j
(N. Y)'Time*. : .

CELERY Steamboat Corn & Cane B. Bacon j jIIb.
.I, MILK-FED FRESH MG FOWL SYRUP gallon 59c .

f CHICKS-Uv or Dressed : Ig. bunch-- :IOC N.B.C. Sic Size : 34c =
Tour* AH Hour Crackers 'svAll 25c .-- '--- :
IUKUSON POULTRY' FAD .
Aladdin City Farm Lift Road

Iceberg Corn Flakes 2e1k ::1 ISc: CalfLIVER

fOR EGGS NEXT
WINTER nED M& Lettuce21g.head8lSC ;
FUl-QIoPEP EGGS Selected Storage 33c
GROWING MASH per dozen .
NOW / wq : lb. 3IC:
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Armour's Rich Creamy


Extra Large Redland MILK J Snowdrift3lb.can Center Cut :'


# -53C[PORK CHOPS
r H Orangesdoz15C 3 tall cans- -- .

Fancy W Gram .Ib.Z2c ;
RICE 5 hole: 25c

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: Golden Ripe NAVY BEANS D bed 5c Georgia Beef r


.t R. ,THE IS RIGHT IMPORTANT FEED : Bananas31bs.Sc BROWN SUGARBulk zit Se STEAKIany !


Put duel Ful. cut Ib :$9C
your pullet on Red : f
O-JPfcp Crowing Mask sad bed Chief;

tdeatjrot This ki&grata.*( program k tatlo Georgia Beef MEAL or GRITS J DogFood51bs. Center Cut

-.4"ky Mooetafal MuliryMai
r for' etandoptoflnt M big,straw CHUCK ROAST ----18 5 tall cans .aSe HAMSLslice
I trams wn grown puUeU with
Vitality so IbM.,order beery
' !. egg pea..... Ib.I'e: BROOMS 4 Strings each ZSc per --. :l5c

; ; allies

i faO.t smi : Fresh GroundHAMBURGER Tomatoes NJi for' :lc Smoked

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.......t"C"ttlac" Balk SAUSAGE ;
j, .. ...taWa, PRUNES Ib. 5cCIUUGOCD

...., I5c 21bs.---- Z5c:
lb.
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1" _1Ither FREE Ice Cream D M'
wblch ZZe

*.eompletetf Boneless Butts Small Pieces :
body DaisyCHEESE Bulk

JdiaJ ratloa. ; WHITE BACON I LARD HAM HOCKS

; fccter Supply Co. J< I I' .J'

lb.------ :lSe Ib.------.Z3c 31bs.3fC lb.r .------ X'e

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