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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 31, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00057
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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to i XXIV-NUMBER 5. HOMESTEAD_ FLORIDA, FRIDAY_MORNING JAN. 31, 1936. PRICE FIVE Lr.N I 1\ I





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I BUDGET ITEMTOFIXKROME' Legion Vets Post Get Bonus Here to When Aid South Blanks Dade Arrive SHAKEUP IN CERTAIN OFFICES I Ii



A* toon a. bonus- application floe when he borrowed the money i SEEN INCARDSWIIENNEW\ :

blank are received by the John Q. and obtain a letter confirming his
Salley Poet of the American Leg- eligibility I| he has lost his ad

AYE EXPECTEDTurner Ian through veteran the press will and be on the notified bulletin get once NOW in or touch service apply! with certificate directly Mr deronioio to he the should vet at COUNCIL MEETS ON MONDAY j jI

board in the hallway ot the I erans administration for
a dupli
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Legion home on South Krome avenue ..1
and Watson Optimistic Adjutant Wm. M. Ceronlmo' cate.The: adjutant ot the, Homestead 300 Attend Birthday City Attorney to Be Replaced

After Return Wilt yesterday.Mr. I Legion post said that he la giving Ball for President ; Police to Stay
From TallahasseeJDISTEIcfjOINS Geronlmo has sent for the. out Ibis information because of Given in Homestead for PresentADMINISTRATION j'
blank but has no Idea ai tq when tile great number of South Dade
their arJ'IYlllJI.I be expected. In, veterans who are besieging bis office -
IN the meantime, be advises, the veteran with request for aid In getting About**e kindred and fifty IS
ROAD TO TRAIL PLEA ihouid act a* follows: I their bonus application filed oevplr attended UM birthday I SWORN IN ON JAN.27
ball for the rrealdenl held at !
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I I'i Make lure that he has his discharge promptly.:
the Homestead Country Pub
Civic Organizations and or Ut ha has lost his dla. T. A
last night tinder the sponsor Tom Harris Succeeds ,
charge a certUkaj in lieu thereof. I
Business Houses Tel- The local post will insist on presentation Sleeting of Taxpayers ship ef the Junior W m.n's I Feaster as Presidentof
BoardA I League Called TonightA Club ef Homestead.Je .
egraph of either the dischargeor I CouncilA
the discharge certificate before I .aelM. and Geoffrey' ,
budget allowance by the state putting through any .ppllcitlon. I meeting of the Taxpayers' daMe team and Isabel Scott
road board for reworking and Make fur M hw his adjusted Economy: ; League has been called and $Fraacln laurel, apt. change In the office of city
surfacing of Krome avenue from service certificate and if 1* has for I o'clock tonight for the purpose duty dancer, all ef Miami attorney, held for the past 1)
the Tamlaml Trail to Homestead borrowed en hip certificate deem of electing officers and committeemen were entertainers la the. floorshow year by Ernest P. Roberto, Is
"ran foraeen by County CommIa- the veteran adminlatntlon. make to fill vacancies occasioned regarded as certain when the new
tonera Cecil Watson and Cecil sun teat he has tie "pin lip". by the recent city election. city council meets In regular session
Turner: on their return Wednes- If a veteran has lost his "pink! Successors are to be chosen to tor the first time Monday
Hay from Tallahaaaee where they alip", Mr. Geronimo said,he ahould the president,C. T.: Harper newly- FIRE FIGHTING night Other Attended a meeting of the board write at once to the nllonalol-I I elected mayor, and to Committee- be contemplated,d.bUt whether .
and presented five Dafe land men Tom Harris awl Aw Burton UNIT FOR GROVES they will be once or
project Including the Kntne. .-. who were elected to the city coun- brought about In due course ot
slue Item. ANNUAL POTATO aiL time is at present the subject ot I

At the suggestion of the :Bedland Mr. Harris and Mr. Burton were ARR IKES.Y11ERE conjecture.The .
District ChambwfXiOf' : Commerce members ot a' committee: fleeted police tones will main un
civic organizations, business houses TOUR TO BE MADE I by the,taxpayers on November changed for the Present according
and Individual citizens of She dime to work; with the council for a System of Control Will to Mayor C. T. Harper, who bus
trIct kept the telegraph wires hot NEXT THURSDAYCertified reasonable adjustment of the bonded the privilege of naming police of-
Tuesday: morning with messages : indebtedness. Mr. Harper wasa Include Observation floes subject to approval by the
to the two Dade commissioners member ex officio of the com- TowersSaysCookA oounca
and memben of the road board 8d mittee. Other memben of the The MW mayor and eouncilmen
urging that the almost Impassable Plots to committee are George E. McCas- truck equipped with a 100-I were sworn in lest Monday night
portion of Krome avenue from the Be Visited ; Diseases kill A. H. Hlnman, O. L Gault, gallon tank gasoline engine and' Jan. IT, In aocordtnoe with the
Trail south be Included in the budget to Be Discussed E. L. Lawrence and J. W. English.Ilomentead hose purchased for uae In fight custom of changing administrationson
which the. board is, about to ing grove and graaa fire* arrivedat the anniversary' of the date on
nuke up. Rotes to Be the county yard In Homestead which Homestead was Inoorperated -
t iL. L. Chandler, member e".the The thin annual Dade County I Sponsors of China ClubThe Tuesday. Aa soon aa County Commissioner although It had been plannedto
Dade County budget board, and potato farm tour will be madeThursday I H. L. Cook recovers tram follow the code which designatesthe
County Commissioner Chas. Cran- of next week. It will I an operation he underwent recently first Monday in February aa
don, In whOM district a portion at start at 10 a. m. from the home of taken to necessary step are being : It will be stationed In strategically the tune when a new administration -
organize ClubIn
a Rotary
the neglected road lies, joined In J. M. Holferty South Allapattah I Soo Cho-v, China, suggested by located place In chargeof shall take office The old 1
the urgent telegraphic request to I Garden L. L. Chandler, Homestead Ro- an operator, and a system of custom was adhered to when Mr.
Tallahassee.On Teat plot of the North Dakota II tartan, when he and Mn. Chandler rural fire fighting will be work- Harper expressed a wish to take
their return from Tallahassee certified seed department will be their ed out. office on that date. Mayor Bird
were on honeymoon in
Mr. Turner and Mr. Watson visited and discussions called a special meeting of the
of the test: the Orient last summer, and the I The grove fire fighting equipment
said they expected "prompt and will be made by: R. C. Hastings and i Homestead Rotary: Club will be which la a regular motorized council for Monday night laat, and
favorable" action on all requested 3. VT. Weston. Luncheon will be named aa sponsor, according to spraying outfit, was purchased the change in administration took J
projects. The other four project served at noon at the HoUerty I official word received by the club. with part of a $1100 appropriation place.
are: home by the Ladle Auxiliary of I This announcement wa madeat from a $4,800 fund placed in Mayor Harper ws sworn In by
Completion of the missing link the First Presbyterian Church of I the Rotary: luncheon here Wed- the county budget by: the budget City Attorney Robert, who Is a
I jI necessary to make state highway: Homestead for the benefit of the, nesday. Soo Chow lea city of 500,- board for rural fire control The I notary public. The new mayor
2t a through road between Miami church. 000 population" The organizers of $1900 appropriation also providesfor then awore in the MW councilmen,
and Lake Okeechobee. After lunch general discussionswill the club have Invited the Homestead the driver' salary through who organized by electing Tom J.
Acceptance for maintenance of be given by K. M. Qllllg* club to have a representative I May, generally considered the end I (Continued on Page Six)
the nth street causeway and )(. North Dakota seed conunisclouar; present when it receives Its of the dry season.
t W. 79th street from the city: limits Ceo. M. Bahrt, soil specialist, bureau charter. Mr. Cook aid yesterday, when
to the Miami canaL of chemistry U. S. departmentof Senator Wm. C. Hodges, president seen at the hospital, that the system
Completion and maintenance ot agriculture, Orlando Fla., and of the Florida senate, was to be worked out would include -
Golden Clede road from Sunny, Dr, H. S. Wolfe, horticulturist In I present at the lunrtiaoo and made observation tower to be
Isles westward to state road 28, charge of the Subtropical Experiment : -
a shell talk, Continued on Page Twelve)
making .connect with all state. Station. Dr. Oeo. D. Ruehle, I j jJ
roads In, the county with the en-, pathologist of the Subtropical. Experiment
I ception tf the Tamlaml Trail, Station will discuss some Lions See Photo of King Edward VIII
potato disease trouble in this area.
I ..Car Kills Man Who Give Abel the general discussion the Standing Beside President PrattA IZZIEp

Direction to Occupants test plots et the local enperlmmt
I station will be visited. W. M. FI- photograph showing Edward Rev. Stanley: Lowell, pastor ot the
Accidentally run ever by a ear fleld. .selitMt horticulturist tub. VIII. SMeatly-cMwiktd king of I Tamlaml Temple In Miami told
which backed into Wm after he tropical Experiment Station will] Great Britain pl odto beside Of his experiences la modern dUe
9 had directed its occupants to their discuss hat :year* fertilizer and Charles Pratt, president of the of America. Stanley Wlttkop,
destination Wllllaw T. GUdden, teed lest plots RedlaU District LIeu pub, when Homestead tenor sang two soles
t56-year pfd farmer of South Alia.toattah Edward: then, Prince .e| Wale, lions with piano accompanimentby A
Cardan, died a few I1 IrIlater visited Mr. Pratt1 pottery in Canada MIA Montese Pacatti. Ltntoo
from shock and probable Infernal TIM WIAT1iEiMani : IS years ajp. wee displayed Conner's Everglades Ramblers,
w injuries.Funeral ----,. at the meeting of the Uen'a Club harmonic and banjo quartet,
services were conducted _..a.w --.fII tile 5,Yt, w Tuesday night Don W. L Flak: played several selections ef hillbilly r
.I'... yesterday in the Turner Funeral Ia.-- ........ 11-., ........ brought It to the meeting after music .
Home by the Rev. C. N, Walker: Date slain having obtained tron Mr. Pratt'a New members Introduced were e
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pastor of the First Baptist Church. home by lubtertu A. A. Payne,Howard J:.Schafl and : 1
rI Burial WM to a Miami cemetery. Jan. 24 73 n 30.12 Mr. Pratt' pottery, which he Morris Mitchell. Announcement
Mr. GUdden came to South Al- Jan. 2} __ 76 47 30,18 sold In p: was la Medicine list wa made that a dance would be !
lapattah Garden five year ago Jan. 28 .! 77 III Alberta The prince stayed la the held at the Lions Den Saturday of r
from Maine. He la survived by Jan. 27 ____ 80 ao 30.01 town an hour and spent 20 minute next week from 10 p. IB. to > a. Dent be like sat pancake
lila wife,Lodie CUdden.and a step- Jan. 21 88.1 :10.22 of the time at the pottery: In the m.to obtain money for a stove and Easy to flop
eon Marvin Wayne, both ot South Jan. 28 73 4S 30.11 company of Mr. Pratt.t other kitchen equipment for the 1'..'.. get a backbone
:ABapattaa Garden Jan. 30 _'_ I I 82 ao 2I.n I t[ The speaker of the evening, the clubhouse. fee M to atop.n. .


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Parse Two THE LEADERENTERPRISE Friday, January 31'i1936.,
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Services Held for Girl { and singer* from other churches' exact data will be snow need woo.
IMPROVEMMS I 1 i are atesdtty practicing on a Irving Lyon is director of theconcert
Victim of Auto Crash I tar concert which will be 1tl'II"1 I and Mrs. J. D Redd Is'I t

TO FORD RADIO Services for Helen Mabel Hall, ;ad some time In February The pianist !

18, who died Sunday afternoon I II
ARE ANNOUNCEDInvi from injuries received; In an automobile I 4
accident were held Wednesday '
afternoon at Turner Fu- NOTICESLOT
Speaker Abou. ne.nl Home The Bcv C. N Walker
pastor of Ole First Baptist
Windshield Give!' Ear Church of Homestead, was in MACHINE OPERATORS, INCLUDING ..

Level ReceptionWith charge Interment took pUce In CLUBS, FAIRS AND OTHERS:
Palm Cemetery at Naranja.

the current year s pi .'11. When the car In which Miss Pursuant to Chapter i7257, Laws of 1933, Ilia
lion totaliiK rime to a qu,irt<'i or Hal! and four other boys and girls
million set the Ford Motor (' inpany were riding sideswiped another car inspectors from my office are now seizing for
announce numerous improvements confiscation all coin-operated devices describedin
on the Dixie Highway near Princeton i I
to the 1916 For .!i.- t Thursday night of but week, the above Act, which are not licensed.
dio From the standpoint if i|1'- she wag thrown Into the ditch at
peaianee the most important| the side of the road and her head This
law docs
not permit any exemptions to
change u the adoption of ,in invIsible struck a concrete culvert. From
speaker: mounted above i | the first her condition was believed clubs, fairs, or for charitable purposes, and re- )
the windshield. The sloping I hopeless. and she never regained quires that all machines be licensed BEFORE i
rounded root lines remain unbroken I consciousness I I
operation. There exceptions. The fact
are no I
and listeners In the car have the
I Miss Hail was born In Latonia, ,i
that license has been applied for does not authorize
benefit of ear-level reorpUon.The I I.IV. Ky., and came to Homestead with -
set continue to be of iix WM. A. ECKEL II I I her parents when she was tour I the operation of the machine until license has
tube. but with a number of char I: years old She leaves her mother I been attached to machine.
$U> Improvement The chassis Head of Missions Is I Mrs Harry O. Hall; one sister, I

cue baa been shortened underneath and made Here to Conduct RevivalThe i Elizabeth; four brothers Stuart, I am issuing this notice in official form in
more compact, fitting Harry Jr., Arthur and Robert. all
the Instrument panel and above of Homestead Her. father died order that there be no misunderstanding and to .
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the steering column :Rev Wm: ; Eckel head of I last year.Pall dispel the idea that there are any exemptions.J. .
Sensitivity of the Ford radio has the Nazarene mission work In Japan bearers, member of the I I
been increased and IU Internal Is now conducting: special
,Homestead High School Junior M. LEE, Comptroller.DO .
circuit. filtering has been Improvedto meetings In the Homestead Church class were Francis Irwin, Donald
keep out external Interference, of the Nazarene of which his I I Sullivan Buddy Fitzpatrick, James
such as that from high tension father the Rev. Howard Eckel, Is I
Glbbs Billy Arthur and Alvin
NOT OPERATE A SLOT MACHINE
wires and street e.... For the pastor. The missionary has spent Bridges.TO .
city driver especially receptionnow twenty .ean-balt of his life-I UNTIL LICENSE TAG IS AFFIXED I
Is excellent. In Japan and he plans to resume I GIVE sEcnA'1. CONCERTThe
June.
his work there In
The speaker Is of a new design I Homestead Methodist choir
mounted flush on the header bar Clyde Rogers, baritone soloist I
above the windshield. When Installed and chalk artist"'!* assisting' with
It Is completely out of sight, the revival t ,;, .
covered by the ear trim. The "The meetings are growing In
\ speaker cone has been re-designed Interest, andjihe preaching and
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I to Insure Improved reception singing are of tMold gospel types
throughout the scale Including said the pastor of the church yes'
' high notes and bass notes. Instead terday "In these day of uncertainty -
of having a three-point tone when foundations are
control, a constantly variable tone I slipping everywhere It is refreshing -
control is now used. to know that there is a place
;. It Is expected that In 1938 the of safety People everywhere, like
volume of Ford radios will be materially a drowning man are grasping at
I Increased owing to the fact straws hoping to find satisfaction
> that every day more and more motorists and safety There I II but one place ANNOUNCES $25AMONTHTIME
, ; i are turning to the use of where everybody may be absolute
l car radios. ly certain. Paul tells us the foundation
of God standeth sure, and .
I s Gordon L. Walter Buys there 1* safety to be found nowhere i
else Come and hear aboutIt
I PAYMENTS
r E. P. Livermore Grove at the Nazarene Church every
\ : night and three times on Sunday"
Sale of the former E. P. Livermore -
grove home on Redland road
to Gordon L. Walter of California, Candor
AND A
who with Mrs Walter is staying That man wants me to lend him I
.t the Buckner Deasley residence some money. Do you know anything -
was reported yesterday by B. W. about him?"
I Morris of H. A. Cameron's real "I know him as well as I know
r estate office you. Don't lend hjra a cent,!' ldman. NEW UCC 6 % FINANCE PLAN
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Mr and Mrs Walter came down ."-Toronto/ Globe 1&9V
on a short visit in November and
f returned recently:I They will move "
Into their newly-acquired prop- JOHN o. Au.nrrosT NO. ';
t erty as soon as it can be recondi AMERICAN'LEGIONMeeto '
tioned. '
, ', I Mr. Walter, I civil engineer Is Ont and third Wednesday
a ..., Amrrtam Legion Bld.
: a friend of E./, Ames of Redland p.
whom he knew when both were nM putt .ltnBooth\ Kroik AM, .

: t working In Central America, for UomMlMd, Fla. -. ,
i the United Fruit Co. '
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1. Any New Ford V8 Car '

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:.A Dust or Spray? Can Now\ Be Purchased for $25 a Month


with Usual Low Down-Payment

When farmers get together, there is alwaysan I


argument. as to which is better. THIS $25-e-month time-payment plan car and insurance, you pay $24 for

; : enables yon to buy a New Ford V-8 the year of credit; if the balance U

\ through Ford dealer on new $200 $12. Your credit cost
"As the feller says, every man to his own ear your you pay
low monthly term for one year i* the original unpaid
: poison"
After the usual low down-payment balance multiplied by 6%.

it made, $2S a month it all you have UCC plan provide you with ins

We carry a complete line of insecticides for to pay for any type of new car,includ aurance protection at regular conference -

both dusting and spraying. For those who do tog Insurance and fi ancint.r rate You have not only fire and

our cost for this extension of credit theft insurance but$50 deductible cols
not want to use a ready made dust formula, we
I* Only yt of 1<%< a month on your original lision and protection against other eo

can mix any formula that is desired. unpaid balance and insurance. cidental physical damage to your car
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This plan reduces financing;charges for The Universal Credit Company has

twelve month to 6%. For example, if made these plans available through all

I you owe a balance of $-fOG for your Ford dealers in the United States.

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COUNCILMAN IS 29 Enroll in WPA Spanish Classes II' ..


FOUND DEAD IN With Dr. li. M. Benitez as InstructorTwentynine Tonight

persons are enrolled gree he holds an M. D. degree from ,
j
BED BY FRIEND la the WPA Spanish cilia He-though
which was started in Homestead
Monday with a program of afternoon become a licensed physician Homestead High School
End Comes to Ed Thompson and night sessions Classes to date have been given

of Florida City Mrs Fred Suber. appointed last Instruction in pronounclatlon of the Presents"Huckleberry
Spanish alphabet and the names
withdrew In
week as Instructor
During Night favor of Dr. R. M. Benttes due to I of object During this preparatory -
Or Benltex has discouraged
phase
treasure of other duties but helped -
Edwin A. Thompson, 63,memberof the taking of notes In
in the organization of the class
t the Florida City town council, favor of concentration upon pro-
and promised additional help at
was found dead In bed at hit homeon i noundaUon. His course of instruction Finn"
any time she Is called upon. At
South Aveitue B Wednesday being will be baaed on method
sessions held
present are
morning by Pietro Spinnelli, who 'approved by the Academia de EepanoL -
from 2:30: to 4:30: In the afternoon
had com to the houM to take I he said yesterday As much
and from 7:30: to 9 at nightDr
him to Homeitead to have his radio conversation as possible In the
repaired. Spinnelli knocked repeatedly Benitez, a resident of Homestead class Is carried on in Spanish. 141 clocked
and upon receiving no I for 13 years, taught Span- The class rolls are still open and laughs
answer went to the window where ish In the Homestead High School those who desire to learn from the
he taw Thompson sprawled on the I about ten years ago Born and beginning or merely to improve Neva King Cooper Auditorium at 8 p. m.
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bed. Thompson I bachelor lived educated In Havana Cuba, during their speaking knowledge of the
lone I' Spanish rule he had the benefit Spanish language are Invited to
Examination showed that he had of Instruction in pure Castilian Join, Dr. Benltei said. 25c and 15c
diction, which he Is teaching In his
died from natural causes He had, I
J present classes In addition to abachelor
complained of being tired when he, of arts and sciences de WANT ADS PAY
went home the night before, Mr.:
Spinnelli aid, '''
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Mr. Thompson came to Florida JIll
City twelve yean ago from Pitta-
burgh with his Invalid mother,
who died several yean ago. In
Pittsburgh he was a railway yard NOW THAT ITTOUT
v f clerk. He had been a clerk In theM
E. Sever grocery during his
residence Ire Florida City. He was
elected to the town council In f'
March 1934, and was commltteo- .
man In charge of public bulldlngi A CAR

He had never married. Known 'tJ1f 1/I1IE" ,
survivors are two aunts MM Brita
Farlow of Hermoiu Beach, Cal, : '
and Mn Martha West of Ben 4 4A 4I
Avon Pa., and a cousin W. E.
Thompson of Ben Avon. ,
The body I* at Turner Funeral
Home awaiting Instructions from
relatives.FILE. Id:

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t tIf EXEMPTION


If\ APPLICATIONS BY

J.. APRIL WMMUS f


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Assessor or Deputies to

Receive Returns at

Precincts

A reminder that applications for
1 homestead exemptions must be
filed between January 1 and April
1 Is contained in an advertisement
appearing In this Issue of the
Leader-Enterprise notifying taxpayers
that Tax Assessor
; County
J.N. Lummus, Jr., or one of his IIJIII! ). .' .. "" ... '1 .:. '" i
deputies will be at various place:
In the county on certain date to
receive tax returns for the year

.' .:.1938.tut.... Lummus'. program for receiving t ,to,. help you get the

returns in South Dade IsM

!.'errm-Fe follows: )), 20, 11 a. ITL, Barfield' kind of car you'vealways wantedA

store.GouldsFeb.. If
20, 1 p. m..Goulds
Growers; Inc LL of the mystery and a lot of be less, you're used to "dress

Better Silver Food Palm store-Feb. 20, 3 p. m.. jT\. the expense have gone out ing up"low-priced cars to make EVER STEP FROM

Redland-Feb. 21, 10 a. m., of time payments with the new them stand out from the crowd. 10 TO 60

Woman's Club.PrincetonFeb.. GMAC 6'* Time Payment Plan.
:21, 11 a. m., J. Why don't let us show In .... dMtf 21 MM|.* TBM'S
B. Cash store.Florida It's A-B-C. Delivered you you .
I simple as tile kM of b-Jr-trla-r tmyyo
town hall.City-Feb. 21, 1 pi m, price, less trade-in, plus insurance what this your money will buy and under withBuick' get,"'... rots SOTO" It,la the
6-that's about all improved plan Buick SpMlil Series 40. AU DM
IIomeatead-Feb. 21, 2 p. m., plus
city hall. .new low prices?There'sno speed feasible driver ouM ask
there is to it.And it not only saves
Mr. Lummus and his deputieswill obligation at all in a demon- (or-tod hydraulic Inks M keep
receive applications for homestead brain-racking-it saves money. stration-we get as much fun out your stopping 11.| straight" sad

tax exemption- also at the One result is that can buy a of 00th. Bill COM around-t k.
places and hours named. you watching your eyes pop as you
Intangible returns," states the Buick for little if any; more thanyou're get out of Buick'a thrilling ride. a d-momtrtlloit. for yMrMttwhy
Bukk'a tIM "
those notice,owning"should securities also be and filed who by used to paying for a car And how are you ever going to '

are legal residents of this state; in the lowest-priced class.Two or know whether you can afford a

otherwise they would be subjectto three dollars more per week putsa Buick unless you let us show
the assessment of this office J
big at doorstep-may- in dollars-and-cents ?
under the provisions of the Intangible car your you terms I !
Act of 1931" _
Tax returns and homestead exemption YOU CAN AFFORD THE NEW BUICK
application can of course $ la Wit ,..c.wlid pnen of ttmi, .. I- fSI<
be filed at the county assessor' 765 JtficA., svMrt to duutgt wAod.1 .. 1 /
office in the court house at Miamiat aoHioa,Standard and special__ rs
any time between Jan. 1 and orbs f-vvps on mil models: at extra cost. AU
Apr L Btwdt iHcludt taftty jAroMjAou*
price yin
.I-'GIIdoNI.i""...,. Convenient sew WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT
CMAC 0. TIME PAYMENT PLAN BUICK Will BUILD THEM
CITY DRAY

't HERMAN: WATTS Prep.HamUag .

safe of any delivery kind gvaraa al awtlmr PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

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THE-LEADER-ENTERPRISE -Too Late to" 'Classify- I garterteM 1_" and sock I did.So it was "ta *I .- THE LIBRARIANS CORNER :f\11||

Published Friday at Homestead By linuwll KayI Well I made up my mind to quit BY MR. U I* DOW. UBRAJIIAW
n.., by the South Dade
-...-...-.-...........-- then-but I happened to overhear I I ;
Fgbllshlng Co.
don't know whether the country \ a bit of conversation behind me. URBAITT HOUR tirely left us,for we still have hU

BEN ARCIIEREc1Jtor to .....' to the dog or not but One 1\1'1117I "I'm tellra' you Bill ...."" .. W *m4>y. 't'landgle e. at.re.div. book He was a versatile write
I do know Oat a lot of Individual ray system I* right It'* toe-nail rrl" It-I" M I and left much In both prose an "
Entered a. second rlaaa mall: cltiien are and the other day I that tell the story Now you takea fiturfert *.-ill *-*i l-'. poetry to keep his memory green
Matter March S. lilt al the peat,' Joined the parade and spent an dog with short stubby toe-nail Have you read The Light TheFailed"
nice at Homestead Florida, tinder evening and moat of the rent money and he's a sure shot It means he Wonders never cease. and every "Kim", and Wee WlllU
lie.. act of March S, 1871. tryin to find out what It was digs In and run like a hydrant once In a while a great shock Wink**"? It bas been said Klp $
all about while the dogs are lazy "Brush-wood Boy is
long-nailed came to a librarian Not long agoa I ling's one (
SUB. PRICE, It tt A YEAR A* near a* I could figure out this and run on the ball of their feet young boy earn into our library the best short stories ever written,,
..... dog-raetn' business alnt nothln' instead of their toe," and asked It we bad "John Halifax, If you have a few minutes to spare.''
In the world but a nice little out It sounded like sense to me so I Gentleman" by Dinah Maria Mu- you might read that and don't for,;
BETTER CITRUS RETURNSThe door giwssln' gum with the odd tramps out to the paddock againto lock-Just like that title and name I get to read that other short tort \
; Florida citrus season I* approaching against you even if you're smart look 'em over but doggone It of author. Now this la one of the he wrote entitled "They"\ a very))'
\ the halfway mark. Tangerines I wanted to bet on the rabbit butit every pooch w the bunch bad many good book falling to piece lovely thing If he had written
a small crop, are practically seem the State Racln' Commission short nail-M I give tip. through non-use on our library nothing else he would still bt'
out of the way Approximately has ruled against that on account tt, just Ilk politic You decide shelve So the librarian asked worthy that commendation we aH h J
45 per cent of all orange of the critter beln' doped you're gonna vote for a man who wanted the book and who was hope for same day; -"Well done,,,',
and grapefruit In the state have With electricity before each race. providln he favor "economy In' going to read It, and this boy laid thou good and worthy fervantr :"
v been hipped. These are based Well, after plckln the wrong dog government" or "tower taxe*" and he wanted It for himself It seemed
Upon rail, boat and truck khlpIhenU -, In the tint three dashes 1 figures then when you go to look 'em over' his teacher was reading It in BONO OF TuB OPEN SKIES 4
1 through January 23, ai com I'd better quit foolin' and try a you find that they're Just like the school and the pupil were all to t will lift try eye toward the open i'
pared with the latest revised estl- little science The guy slttln' nextto darn dogs-en of 'em have ihort interested In the story each one skies, ;:
\ mates of the total. I me seemed to be doin' pretty toe-nail i wanted to read the book for himself I will breathe the tweet pun air,;j jt

r It U pertinent to direct tome' well so I leaned over and asked Then you find one you think I* This boy's family came to will whisper praise for the sunny]
preliminary Inquiry at this point him If he could tell me how to honest and trustworthy ind you' Florida before he had finished the day
dope 'em out book and he said he "Just took I And day not quite so fair
into the value of the new croup of, mark him down a* a dependable
chance on finding in the Homestead ,
citrus law, aa administered by the "Sure" he say, "come with me "curly tall" and before you can "
; citrus oommUsIon, to the industryand I brother and m how you." So we get your money down you find the lIbn,,. Well, he did find fine t will greet the dawn When the),
the book, yellowed "
pages
the state is a whole. ResultsIn walk down to the corral where guy runnln' around with his tall night has gone
a commercial venture must always a lot of guy dressed up like bus between his leg*. print and unattractive binding, but With a spirit glad and free) ?,
be measured In dollar and driven was nurae-maldln' a flock he went away happy It 1* lust I will ling a song a* I go along .
Then when think you've
you too bad some of these really good On the path marked out for me. 5
cento. The question fairly be of hungry lookln' hound .
may I picked a winner, chances are your stories of another day cannot be .
raised: Has the state received mortfol' "Now" friend said "all will be scratched before they
my you man presented to our youth In good
I will catch the note from each 5
IU citrus crop than It would I gotta do I I. look at their tail*. If ever go to the post and you haveto well printed, well illustrated edition feathered throat
have otherwise" ? it hang down-lay off 'em. No start guessin' all over again
*. Oh yes, we could get them A* I swing across the plain,
Apparently It has.If the records' dog ever won a race with an under- Anyway you take it, it I a gamblebut but they Lost money, and money I will feel the mirth of the Joyful r:
of sales on the crop so far this season I slung tail" it* a good play to check their I 1/1 about the only thing you cannot I earth ,

" mean anything. ai compared : "But" he continues, "If you find past record, find out who theirowner j find in our library Money and From the fields of ripened grain.
with similar data for the same per- a dog with hip tail curled up over is, and a* most of 'em have library equipment But If we had t
(' loda of preceding seasons his back take advice been "damned" you might find out I .
I my an' puf some money we could buy some I will lift my eye to the open
' Without becoming too everything you got on his nose" by whom and why.Agriculture's equipment.-might even buy another skies
nearly the lame number.tatlStlcal'j So I looked 'em over carefullyand case of rubber type for our And rejoice that I am one :
'1 oranges brought an average of I I found there were three In the share of the national dating stamps Think of a library I With the straight-limbed trees,
48 cents per box more than the I bunch with nice curly tails so I i Income from 1910 to 1014 of 18,000 volumes and no card catalogue with the wide-spread leas
,\ two preceding seasons Grape- I puts a coupla bucks on each of 'em averaged 17.3 per cent. In 1932It and not even a filing cabinet I With the wind and rain ant sun!
fruit--even though the combined : and then went back to my chair to was only 7.5 per cent By 1934 Rudyard Kipling ha gone on to -Lynn Russell 1 tn the
i
: Florida and Texas movement for await results In a few minutesthe it had Increased to 10.2 per cent. more adventure but he has not en- American Eagle. ;
.'. ', the period was only seven per cent brooms brought the hound out i
., short of last seasons volume- on the track and believe It of not,
brought 37 cent per box more the three fool dog that had been ,
t than,the average of the two preceding I I welkin' around with their tail m fLORIDAr 411 LICG'1 # ft WN4 m
'. seasons Tangerine, with ".
. tolled up in the paddock, come
a movement better than :,42 11m pin' along the track with the I r
cent complete have darn things hangln' down like a Kt
cents per box more I u

: tt these averages are applied to I ----.............-..
I the crop movement to date the TIDBITS
l arithmetical pencil computes a total -
i of nearly 000,000 a* representative I. By HoOliter Saga
.,
..
gross premium obtained
M far on this season's 'citrus W* met but for a minute and his
crop. In other words, that much face wa all aglow I knew he had
more cash already has been diverted -,,' something of Importance to tell me.
\ : into Florida commerce from the I "That walking lexicon In the library -
/ sale of the state's citrus crop. I ," he began, meaning Mr*.

\S t Since the volumes for the period Bow "I* the most seriously busy
I, of comparison are 10 closely : person I know. but sometimes she
i alike, and since the usl1 can spare me a half minute and tx.Jy
I ity of the crops for the three season then she lay thing This time a j
f compares favorably, tome factors she told me of corresponding With
other than these must be responsible a wiseacre. in Hindustan or the 544ac 7114E NA71 WN
for this actual Increase. South Sea Island or some other / /N 771rG 1111411M

.I The only vital difference between place, collector of valuable manuscripts BY C"'A'E Y.AaOGLTlDiYGtP
ancient and modern, a
o I these seasons' operation b
: \ found In the application of the new wonder whom she has never met
\ I ( group of citrus law through the Another time she wanted me to ,
r tell her who published the first
citrus commission True, economical
book of poem In America
: .1 r conditions generally are 1m'
I i proved but any faiuu -minded individual ''You never can think', she
: \ examining closely Into gloried 'Nobody could. So I will
t the fact I is forced to conclude that tell you. It wa published by Ihejro
. a large share .f this trtdlt may be a negro and a slave woman.
given to the policies expressed In Most wonderful of all, this woman
these law and administered by Wrote several of the pwrni.!

the commlialon. Chief among 'Now,who wrote the first poem
these, in the opinion of many shippers ever written in America and what
art the standardization and wa its theme she asked. Seemed
a i advertising act*, a* If I ought to know this, butI

To tile Overage lay business man, did not. Then the told coo It
unacquainted with the complexities was John Alden,, and his poem ,
of citrus marketing, the ore Was:
.." ; r ceduro appear desirable' The Industry "Ttocksbye Baby upon the tree top.
during the above described When the wind blow the cradle
.. \ 4 period has Inverted In advertising.operating1 Will rock.
I < and Inspection cost, When the bough break the cradle ,
f through the commission, a sum total will fall ;y f Nxf 1 1TnS
; of well under 500000. For And down will come Rockaby
this Investment tM Kate hat received Baby and all" 'TII JAf/&ES1'* v., cwIY n OA'/M 007Y
a gross return of $5,000,000 Beautiful In its naturalness and THAT JfTfftDS rSQM6SO6l*
-4 return on the Investment of simplicity, Isn't it? Jobn Alden 1MPRActlM Nt'PIG htX'JI TO. TH i GW! .QfMSXtCO*
1,000 tier cent i wa very near to taahuVk heartMrs. ..eAPtH1" IYd T4" 1 "" /
Since he know that these additional Bow did not know whether it '
JI'PItfflrP.6NtJ,8S.
revenues go to pay the grocer was before of after Alden' hbtortcal -
the clothier and ether routine courtship and encouragement -
f. .' family bills thus adding fresh lifeblood I but the poem was Inspired tk ..
dbUnctloiTef
to Florida's commerce In by seeing an Indian papoose having captured UM LARGEST : Florida..*! dominating position hi agrietdthre U
which he can share, he has reason trapped to its board and suspended BARRACUDA IN TBS WORLD with Ashftaf Aw krgoly to._ predaetrfe .U wH Weal ellteete -
to be thankful that the citrus Industry In a small waving tree, while' tackle: weal to Chooser. Benet *< 8k Augur which enable the Mate to Dream* drops
t I* making progress M so the mother wa hoeing corn with line. ..... he landed the earn shown abase o. the tkreofkwU the ,.,. OM et the assay Hapwtanturfr

!} sound and profitable a platform. I primitive Implement With his i fewer oM ef Florida dortt. lltl Tat gteatUm .*H.. Is that of the CVCCVBXR. wUchflttrtiuj
Tampa Tribune. knife he peeled a equare jf bark > Mte, _**( rmetool Bak fe til UM asap.' UM. 1IU-U MOM NpruMnMd a aWa -

from a nearby whit birch and i toe Ire feet slot.lashes |M. sad weighed 1M1L, *< |.4...... ; tt I* eattawted that a gkatiy ****!-
There wa .n Increase of approximately scratched the: word on. It* Neep Pasha... Tae beavlertJ*.ra.it4a a* reseed pr...Ue 1,10 en4ail* ww e4aad M UM team .
I7,* In the number live lurface. It.* end so that! I .. V
BM .* weigh. over aK rhnsldsy MO'a. .
of Amertoan hCMMI eleetrtfled toIMS some jnft climb to tnuMitoltiunt, "t* ***** -- ....4 ...... \ so ..'...- -" '
M compared: with IMt < without. moment'* waning. j .. ,. .

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Friday.January 31.1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw_Five


Brooker DefeatedBy ILII.S.to Play Miami III 'Team Gets Revenge on the east,as the site of a building enough soil hauled to the MW
Local to house larger auditorium than playground alto for a ball diamond
la Gym.
Horne in Close Tuesday With 19-17 Victory the schools now hew, with a eafwterla by the beginning of next term I
on the basement floor. Construction of tennis courts aixt
Tuesday Homestead High School Mr. Sommers said yesterdaythat other recreational fact atles ant
GameVednesday will play the Miami High basketball Over Miami Beach
efforts will be made to have planned eventually.
team on the Homestead court
at 8 p' m Homestead Is still smartIng I
First Walton-Brooker Goof unda/ the terrific beating Fisher Hi Pulls Scrubs as

Second Half to Be ministered by Miami two ed-I Locals Ahead in THE REDLAND CAFE

Next WednesdayBrooker ago, and a good game Is Edge Has A. NABOBS Prep.
Friday night of ned SUNDAY DINNER 50e
Lumber CO. and Walton Dante, the- team which staved off Homestead High School's basketball VECETADLK PLATS 250CLUB BREAKFAST Uf B,1
Nurseries will meet for their first a last quarter rush by Homeateal I team avenged a previous PLATS LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK 35*
basketball game in the second' half at Fort Lauderdale to win It-t7 19-19 beating by Ida M. Fisher
of the city basketball league Wednesday will play the green and white Friday night when It defeatedthe
night at 7:30.: P. J. Frank- here at 8 o'clock. I Beach team IH7 at Home-
lin and W. D. Home Co. will play 'I I stead. The Fisher Junior High
their second game of the half. SCORE teem won the opening game from
Brooker lost to Horne Wednesday REMAINS Homestead Junior High 17-11. Suppose. .
night 38-31 and Walton won \ Fisher started the game with its
from Franklin, 38-26. I TIE AFTER THREE entire second string but with that you knew that two
II Homestead leading S-3 at the beginning -
Bradley of Home, was the high more months of diligent
of the second quarter the
scorer of the night with It point.
The Brooker points were wellxlla- OVERTIME TRYSRedlandHomestead in Beach varsity weat Into the game study would put you in the
a body.
tributed. Ovid SuIltVan madfc 9.
salaried class.
Dellinger playing his first
game
Elmer Sullivan and ToUon, T
for the localsafter
a threeweekIar"lltf
Bas
each Reed, 5, and Sparkman 3. "
Hemming of Horne made 10. !, ketball Game Ends eight: of because Homestead's of mump points., Rehear made- What would you do?

McCormick led the Franklin in 22-22 Score and Mattson stood out on the
coring with 18 points. Field got defensive
work but the whole team
14 and Barrow 10 for Walton. I The most unusual occurrence In played Its beat defensive team of Never: was the demand greater for quali-

The Brooker-Horne game was basketball, a tie game, was the result the season. fied help.If .
close until the last quarter when, of the Homestead and Redland The score was tied 17-17 with
Horne pulled away with Bradley I High School game played Tuesday two minute to play when Donald
finding the hoop regularly. The night after three three-minute Sullivan shot a field goal to put you have traveled ninety per cent of the

score at the end of the first quarter overtime periods had, been played. Homestead ahead. Fisher, try way arc you giving up?
was Brooker 9, Home 8; at the I I i The score was 22-22. ing to break through the Homestead -
halt 19 all; and at the end of the Homestead, behind, !3-. at the defense and failing, resortedto
third quarter, 28 all _. 'half, fell farther behind in the long shots which didn't click. The reward is yours-will you take it or

Redland third quarter 22, Homestead until the score 13. From was Work-Started---on -New- will you try to place the blame and permit the

Redland Hi and Franklin then on the Homestead High team I Playground for SchoolWork salary to go to another hen it should be yours?

Play in Redland Tonight gradually crept up- and up- until,
with two minutes to I f of. dragging and
play, Earl leveling
I) Smith shot his only field goal of I I the five-acre tract opposite the A person that in honest with himself knows

Kadland High School1 basket the night to tie the score, 22-22. Homestead high school on the south not failure. A visit will convince of the
I I you
tan team win play P: t. Franklin,1 During the three overtime perlVodv recently acquired from. Mrs. Ar-
Inc., et the Homestead city league the audience was on- its feet I vllla Booth, by the Dade County truth that you may know when you are prepared -
at S o'clock tonight in *. practice ..time after time each team would board of publi instruction, got I to make good.
game at Ute Redland gym. playground purposes,la underway. _
take the ball down only to loser: itunder
Thursday the Redland school r the basket aa the oppon I r County Commissioner H. L. Cook .
team will a, to Miami Beach to enf defense tightened uo.Itodlan had' county road crews and machinery Terms. Enter Now
play Ida ]M. llaher. A game between *' had three chance In' put to work on. the tract
the two junior high teams I the first ot the week at the request
the extra periods to wiA the
win start at T3fc gamewith of Principal L. B. Sommtre Homestead Business College
foul shots and Homestead fed
.The tract... acquired with the
one, but neither: teen could score Idea of .
Broofcer4-Ucksr Packers Inthe- aloe minute of .overtime I the play eventually activities diverting to it and twineof using Horne Building

In Game at lliamt.TltC'A played. ground on the grammar: school ,
An unusual feature wan the fact,I tract, facing the Booth! : property I
that out at the SO field goal sbotal
The Brooker Lumber Co. basketball attempted b* Redland and the 93:
team defeated Smith Richardson attempted by Homestead, Redland
Conroy 49-34 at Miami in a !made only seven and Homestead I
return game lit the YMCA gym :mad only four.Homestead I
Tuesday night
made 14 foul shots
I
Bradley; led the Homestead scoring out of 23 attempted and Redland
,wits 20 points. Pound led the made eight out of 18.t l Start the
packers-with 10 points with Martin Dellinger and Hackler were the I
and Cox: close behind with 4 high) scorers for Homestead, with
I
each. six points each. Hackler made
The Brooker team consisted at four out ot five attempted foul'
Bradley Brooker, Reed, Tolson, .shot:*. ,
Hater Sullivan. Bevls, French, Mulllna WM the outstanding

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are Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 31,1936.


1 Federal Sayings & Loan log of the organisation la tie
CHANGES BY NEW 'I Homestead Building ft Loan buHd-

I Re-elects AU Officers ing Wednesday afternoon. I The Redland ttl- I.

CITY DADS SAID Offtetn am: Dr. John B. Tower ;
!
I Directors and officers of the preaMevt tank B. Rue first vice: '

First Federal Savings and Loan president, W. H. Sheffield, second i By JIM= W. HATHAWAY

p CERTAIN MONDAY Association of Homestead were reelected vice-president; Chas. O TumerIeCretaJ'7 ,, ,. ....--....-.....-.."..
and the tint annual meet- and treasurer W. ROM :\\.4.' .
I' ; The term I* about to reds For of the faculty. The varsity at the $$
I Burton Director in ad-
attorney.
I II torn It will mean t.llure"far; others half went to tee Homestead beat111'\ '
(Continued From Page One) city of Homestead I extend my dition to the officers are: Newt I promotion. In any event it Fisher
Harris president and committeemen sincere appreciation for their O Ball George W. Turner, Jr., "'
win work, and, ,
mean more consequently -
as follows: I I friendly and helpful attitude in all I E. C. Chronferter and Henry Brook-
I Joe Burton, finance. matter vitally affecting our city er, Jr. more knowledge It has been suggested by the students '.'
Henry Brocket Jr., (hold-over "White I am retiring as m city A report read at the meeting that an interesting game .
councilman) fire department. official my Interest I* with you I showed that six mortgage loans Lost Tuesday night a much Im- would be one played by the faculty #

A. F Webb, sanitation and parks.B. always and it will Indeed be a totaling $9,400 had been made proved Homestead basketball team of Homestead High and Redland' ,
W. Morris, street and sew great pleasure to co-operate with since the association began active met a much improved Redland High.
and assist you in any and all mat- operation In November and that team to fight out the tie. The :i

ers.Frank B. Rue, electric light and ters affecting the interests of our I ample funds are on hand for addi- game flood one game for each The Junior play It coming along "

water department community."I tional loan as fast a* they are team. slowly but surely At present
Tom J. Harris, buildings and library beg *U of the citizen of approved by the board of directors. The game went for three over most of the actors are out with .1"
Homestead to be tolerant and U was brought out that subscriptions time periods and the wore remained bolls or colds. ,
I J. O Wynn, police. preciative of the efforts of 1'-1 to stock In the First 22-22, a tie. Redland led up to

Among positions to be filled official and to work with them Federal and Loan Association of the last quarter when Homestead The planning to r'
sophomores are
either by reappointment of pres- a spirit of real co-operation Homestead each of which la Insured came up and tied the score, and It ,
ent occupants or by selection of our mutual interest might best be I'I' by the federal governmentup remained tied. This meant the put pn a short. ." play called "MaryBrown's :<<;

new holders are those of city attorney served" to $5,000 are till available. teams are of -the same strength. ,>;
city clerk, tax assessor, Oellinger and Hackler were highpoint ;
superintendent of light and water men for Homestead with 6 A Frenchman came to America .,'.
I department city engineer, police: 1 points each M\ llins was highpoint to learn the language and lOOn got
officers, garbage collector and asIstant WE DRIVERS I man for Redland with 11 into difficulties with his pronounc-

city clerk. It was announced point. lution, especially with the croup
Monday night that applications 4. Swim.f&(VbauAmt ** Drfeln* DM. comprising "though", "plough', ,band

for the various office and peed M Ike & .". Comfort nJ fhnun The faculty played the varsity "rough".

I positions would be received up to fIke M.swi General sg Public.Prepare! last Friday night for halt a game When the film "Cavalcade" began -
tr Motors
a p. m. next Monday the time of and then played the B team the I' Its run, and one newspaper
the first meeting at which appointments other half At the half the score review was headed '. 'Cav.lcade'Pronounced

can be made. No. 4-OUR BRAKES stood 12-12 but at the end of the Success," the French
Transfer ef the administrationat game the score was 15-32 In favor I man went back home.-Ex. ',
a special Meeting Instead of iTrtVi all noticed that whenever: train make a long enough stop In a
waiting for the regular meeting IV station, there's somebody on Job, dodging in and out under the ears
making sure that everything la in good shape for the train to continue Its
night of Feb. 2 prevented the outgoing trip. One of the things checked at every inspection
Green Lantern Restaurant
council from acting on the 'r point; is the brakes, for nobody knows better than
third reading of an ordinance to railroads bow Important it. 1* to be able to stop when ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
raise by 10 per cent the salaries of you have to stop. Western T-Bone Steak Dinner lOa Chicken Dinner 7So
I all officers and employee of the Now. U we think of it In a certain light,wt people Regular Dinner 60e Vegetable Plate SOe
who own automobile are all running little transportation
The council give
city. new can All Kind et Home-made Sandwiches
systems of our own just like the rail ,
the ordinance Its third reading
I roads and airlines and bus companies Home I* the
Monday night but the section applying mala terminal and there are lots of stops along the
to their salaries and that of line flag stops, you might say, and regular scheduled .
the mayor will be null and void stops-like the office the grocery store the
at the elected officers can not school the theatre, and our friend houses
I raise the salaries of their offices Just like the railroads, one of the main thing we
during their Incumbency. need to look out for Is our brakes Of count, every
body knows this and yet somehow or other we're apt
The business of organizing the to be a little caralMS about It Not that brakes doot give us plenty of
Council was conducted with notice when they're going to need adjustment A* time goes on we And that eora
promptness and efficiency by w* can push the pedal lower and lower till after a
President Harris and the new while we CIlIa above It down almost to the floorboards -
i council adjourned within 30 minutes before the brake take hold Even: then we .. #'
from the time the old council sometime wait tufts a while before w* have them k
was called to order by the outgoing adjusted. It just seems to be human nature to put
president, T. A. Feaster air thing like that They UU us the result Is that
I! The retiring mayor. Mr. Bird,, one-third of all ears on streets and highways at any
given time have something with their brake
wrong
read In part from the following tA'
p
The trouble that when we let our brake go like Rrt
letter addressed "to all officials and
that all of a sudden we may have to make an emergency -
employees and the public ofHomestead' stop, and we may find it rather embarrassing f Ellarterd

: Engineer say that if w* realized what goes on
"Many things have transpired In brake w* would see why w* ought to keep them
since January 27, 1934, at which checked up.As they explain,it's a story of momentum
: time I was sworn In, after being and friction,the same old force we've talked about before
duly elected mayor of this city They say that when w* get going we build up a certain energy In the
"It is with considerable satisfaction I form momentum. Now when we want to stop we
can't lust destroy that because, scientists tell
energy
eases PIIIOHMUITIPLIII
I that I now look back over
us, Nature never lets any of Its energy be destroyed.
I the two years Just elapsed and W*can only convert it into some other form of nrgy
,, view the accomplishments of this t00T\w_ tat. /71iR/ What brakes really do 1* to convert speed-merro i
administration, now about to be' Into hcot-eneroy. When w* push down on the brake
t replaced by a newly-elected group OVER 100 TIM pedal we press the brake lining against the brake
drum and this create friction that change the
of governing officials. The general
: ,' energy to heat When w* have changed all the speed ,
l co-operation of all to whom this
I energy to heat then we come to a atop
.f communication U addressed has Now modern brakes are very powerful. In fact a
been a real source of satisfaction I 100-honepower ear will have about 100-ho sepower
and I am positive the brake They can atop u* pretty quickly even tram -
be accorded the new official crouP.j high speeds But when they do, they simply change ,
4 "The problem which confronted thOM speeds Into a great deal of beat.la a very short stAND R1 OIL CO'M'PiNY
time. The fact Is we sometime build up temperature in our brake u :
:_ I us were manifold. The paramount / high aa 1400 degrtasl ,
e j J issue was bonds and the adjustment Its easy to see that beat Ilk* that can cause a lot INCpRPwHATEIMN RINTUCKV*
. I of lame I would like to of trouble. Some of us may think it's fun to rush up ,
now pledge my support and as to sudden stops,but w* might as wall realize that we 'ft01.10 n' I
much time as I am called upon to have to pay for that kind of run .In excessive brake aTOp
give, in a further effort toward asatisfactory wear. It simply doesat pay to build up brake heat a
lot faster than it be thrown oft And
can we certainlyget
of the Surveys Maps
adjustment hardly anything back ia time saved.For Instance, I '\
one hindrance to the welfare of if we're going W mile an hour, our brake can stop
out community."To us la 40 float If they are all right; but It take them A. R. LIVINGSTON
the retiring body of city less than two second longer to atop: us In twice that u
officials offer my thank for their distance. Bow much better it Is, under any normal IIGooM REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
co-operation. To the employee: of circumstance*, to begin to apply the brake a few '
the city I am deeply grateful for seconds earlier and. with gradually' Increasingpr.-10pure Registered Land SurveyorBOX
bring our ear to an easy stop As a matter of fact, 1AAK sows/
their co-operation and loyalty To smooth, gradual stopping wherever the dreumstanca SOS
the tax payer and residents of the permit I* generally taken as a alga of a good driver. HOMESTEAD '
Now if we want to keep our brake safe and sound, important to reMober FI.(1
whet these fast stop do to them. But tfa just a* Important to. remember
Virginia FrIck to Play I tart an atop generate some beat. our brake Thar what gradually .
wean dew the linings, and sooner later make )brakaadlnauneatirs
On Miami U Radio Hour or a
I necessary. ......why we must ws.. tar and ice that 4ius> ease are Deming Pumps and Water Systems 4i
i Piano selections by Mia Virginia made wbe bar are Beaded fS
Met daughter d Mr. and maybe II would be a and idea a* beep oa thlnklag at ear ewe a* '"'
private tnsssfertaUoa tyetanc.If we bow teem to pod ruaatag easditea.the '. Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe .
Homestead
Mr*. Goo 1C. Frtok at wM rite M wttk aaMy east sawatacMe
will be heard as the Italvenlty of Kerosene. Driven Irrigation Pumps
Miami program.to .aw broadcast '

.Wednesday.**r WIOD .t .... .. ,a. next ON CAU.BAT OK NIGHT H. K. 1IT&ADD.1brGood .' Aermotot Windmills .. ,.

priors Trtek..w. pier Votodaia orMedera Price "
la C Minor" Ox.*.tae a. Cliopia; Call plicae or write for mj prices

"gpt g NK*>V ,*r, aMttunann I FARM' MACHINERY TRUCK &: TRACTOR
i Llset and ooa.ftIW". br DebuaeeyHOMXSTKAD

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assets eUeok every la IO.OJV Twasslar Ball.evMObac N. W.4I I j Box 1034 I Phone Bayriew 521 3421 Main Highway :,

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I ItM DOUBLE FEATURE I I Arthur Now Manager\ Stanley u td"Thrre
1 la no hope for a student'smaking
Of New Potato House
a SMHOSSS In shorthand -
In and Jlround RJ IA. PROGRAM II A. F Arthur'has radioed as be has a geed vocabulary unless ,
I manager of the Homestead branch can writs tofiUe outilnea rapidly
of Hector Supply CO. to become and is able to read them fluently."
DRAWMROWD of said th e busfiMts teacher. "Many
manager a potato packing andshipping
Homestead I, house now under construction 'people attend school just long
I at Goulds for Fred C enough to acquire a fair vocabulary -
Motion Picture and Guber- Peters of Miami Beach. His resignation i and write quite fluently but
natorial Candidate takes effect today. His not long enough to team to transcribe
Milton McOarrah a former Rohrer, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd and on successor has not yet been an- their notes without assistance -
Homestead boy who Joined the I Mrs. Jas M. Dobbin attended a Same NightAn nounced by Hector Supply Co. and the typewritten page, of
Mat: )1. So navy, visited his brother, Ed- chain missionary meeting at the Mr. Peters, sole owner of the course, la the only evidence of
win, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Trinity Methodist Church in MIami big steel and frame packing plant efficiency. Many allures have
audience that overflowed to
Barnes last week and left Friday I Tuesday. going up at Goulds and grower of been to within six weeks or two
chain placed In the aisles and to
for DeLand to spend several days potatoes In the South AUapattah months of being among the wag
standing room available In the
( his mother, Mrs B. D. Me- Fred Brockett rear Gardens earner"
'. with Is building a houseon tilled Redland Farm Life School area is the son of the
>i Garrah, and his sisters before his property on Tenth streetMr. auditorium Monday night when the founder of the famous Peters Shoe IS ATTEND UNION MEETING
3L going w San Diego CaL, where he Co. He la not related to the Peters from the
Redland District Improvement Association Fifteen young people
i'*!', will re-enlist Feb. 13. .and Mrs. Wiley and family offered the double attraction ''I family of South Dade tomato fame. Homestead Methodist Church at-,
of Lewlsburg, W. Va., The packing house when
have completed -
of the motion picture, tended a union meeting at Highland -
'.' Mr. and Mrs. Jesse O. Carter of moved into the Blggers house on will be CO by 150 feet,without -
"The Lindbergh Trail. and the Park Church Thursday nightThis
\ :Boonville, N. Y., who have visited North Broadway.John president of the Florida state senate a post anywhere in the floor meeting was an echo of the
'f- here several weeks with Mr. Car- who became a candidate for area. The spans and supporting Memphis conference.The .
<\: let's brother-in-law and sister,Mr. Churchill and two daughter columns at the side are of steel will beheld
governor after he was Invited to I next union meeting
*'$; and Mrs.John McKimmey, and his Miss Mabel Churchill of address the association. construction. Part of the house In
;Jt father and stepmother Mr. and Fulton, N. Y., and Mrs. Ludlngton I will be two stories high. The very
V Mrs. Henry Carter, left Tuesday of Edweston. N. Y.. left Monday Senator Wm. C. Hodges, the Latest machinery for grading and
.vji for Jacksonville where they will I for Fort Myers. senate president and candidate, I packing potatoes will be installed .
spend two or three weeks before made his speech before the showIng I Mr. Arthur said that the new packing Uomestaad..g
going to vMt relatives in Iowa, J. a Dixon Is building a thlrtrI : of the picture. lIe told of his I house would begin operations
,: Minnesota Wisconsin and Illinois.I I toot addition to his property on campaign In behalf of the homestead : about February 10.
f They plan to be back In Boonville I Avenue B. exemption amendment and
& by the middle of April. his unalterable opposition to a I Says Ills Graduates
I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becker sales tax In the last session of the

,Kf: Mid Jean Sommers of Lima, plan to move to the Todd cottage legislature. Aa president of the Earn Over $1000 a Week I HENS LAY BETTER ONFULOPEP
senate, he said, he had been able
j| O, arrived Wednesday for a visit on Tenth street this week. Graduates ot the Homestead
I to hand-pick the committee on finance -
,t with her brother and slster-in- each member of which save Business College now working are I
law, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sommers. Lee Issues WarningTo one to whom the senator said he earning a salary total far in excess
\ I of $1,000 a week, according to Hal
Slot Machine Men was "personally obligated", gavea j
P. F. Ray who has been ill for I promise to vote against a sales C. Stanley, president, commentingon It supplies your laTlnallt'n.with
the act that his school is
*& the past eight weeks Is now conrf Tallahassee Jan. 30 (FNS-Slot tax before being appointed.The now the exact: nutritious element
"i" || valesclnc. He was brought home I machines-even those operated by candidate for governor said entering"Eighty-five another per year cant of service of the they need to produce more and

Sunday from the Jackson Memor- clubs, fairs and charitable organizations the tax had been taken off gasoline people who have attended the better eggs with sound shells-
Jal hospital In Miami where he -must have the license used by airplanes and that he Homestead Business College have the kind that bring better prIcea.FtJL.OPEP .
had undergonetwo operations. j attached to the machine before it had been working to have it taken made good," said he. "Twentyone -
-- Is operated, according to an official oft the gasoline used by farmers, of our students have made Egg Mash keeps
Mrs. 0. J. Patchett Is recovering I notice from the office of State In their tractors and by fishermenin good in the short space of six upbodyweightand health heavy
from s one-week illness. Comptroller J. M. Lee being their boats, since the tractors months Twenty-two who knew layers while they are producingthe
I ried today in the car-l are not allowed to use the roads nothing of the work before eggs that are an important
!. Mr. and Mrs L. I. Dyal Of New- prise and boats can not use them. Ing, have made good In enter-I part of the form income.
;,- ark, N. J., who are spending the j Mr I.ee, points out there are no At the conclusion of his talk, six months.
W winter In Palm. Beach, spent theo exemptions and no exceptions. Senator Hodges was elected an Less than ten per cent of the pupils ,
;& week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E J. Also It Is a fact according to the honorary member of the Redland have quit before they were' Hector Supply Co.
:i err DyaL Mr. and 14'1'$. L. B. Sommers statute, .machines are gambling I District Improvement Association where they could do the work required -
.. /1 accompanied heat on a des l>-sea j devices and, therefore,subject on motion by John Scanelli. In the business world, Mr. Homestead, Fla.
. : tithing trip-diug thelf'sta' :'';- "to confiscation as gambling /devices.
until the license la attached.

Archer Smith arrived yesterday In his notice, the state comptroller -
't. to spend a week with his parents, points out that agents of Notice Tax
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith. He la a I his office are "now seizing for confiscation to Payers
student at the University of Florl- all coin-operated devices
da at Gainesville, described" In the coin machine
,f I act to which licenses are not act- Miami, Fla., Jan. 25,1936As
"o Miss Amy Home entered Jack- ually attached and adds that -
son Memorial hospital In Miami for the license doe application not required by Section 12, Chapter 5396, of the Acts of 1907, I, or

''Ji Wednesday to take a four-year authorize the operation of the machine one of my deputies shall be at the following places on the dates set opposite

course in nursing I each for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns for the year 1936:
Very few other license laws areas

the Professor Waltham Robert Field station E.: Young of the of stringent as the slot machine Ojus ...............................Feb. 18, 19.16 9:00 A.M. School House
license law.
-Jt a Massachusetts State College is North Miami Beach.....Feb. 18, 1936 10:00,.AJH. Town Hall

,Q spending two weeks In Homestead North Miami ...............Feb. IS, 1936 11:00 A.M. Town Hall

1"' working co-operation on squash with the hybridizing Subtropical in New Rector to PreachAt Biscayne Park ......_......Feb. 18, 1936 1:00: ..PAL Town Hall

Experiment Station. He and Mrs. St. John's SundayThe Lemon City ..................Feb. 18,1936 2:00 P.M. Miami Edison Schoolhouse

Young are occupying one of the Hialeah .........._..............Feb. 18, 1936 3:30 PAL City Hall

i Noon street apartments on N. W. Third newly Rev.appointed William rector S. Taylor of, Jr.St, Miami\ Springs ..............Feb. 18, 1936 4:30 PJH. First State Bank. Bldff.

John's Episcopal Church In Homestead Miami Shores ViIlage..Feb. 11', 1936 9:00 A.M. Town Hall

.b is expected to arrive In tlmo Opa Locka ...................Feb. 19, 1936 11:00 A.M. Town Hall

FLORIDA CITY to preach at the eleven o'clock Miami Beach ........__.....Feb. 19, 1936 1:00 P.M. City Hall
service Sunday. Mr. Taylor, who
Mn.W. W. Stray Correspondent is from Pennsylvania was ordained 1918 Red Road .............Feb. 19, 1936 2:00 P.M. Jones' Grocery Store

"MMIHHIHHNMMNHHHHMNHHHNHHHIHHIMNMIMr. recently, and this is his first Coral Gables ................Feb. 19, 1936 3:00 1>>.1\1. City lIallSOuthlliaml..Feb.

II ? and Mrs. F N. Hoelzer of charge. 20, 1936 9:00 A.M. Town Hall

St. Louis arrived Monday for a Silver Palm W. BI. S. Kendall.........................Feb. 20, 1936 10:00 A.. I. I). B. Dice Grocery Store

stay are occupying of, Indefinite the length.Joe Kuppertz They To Install OfficersNew Perrine u..u........... ..Feb. 20, 1936 11:00 A31. Barfield's Store

house on Tenth street Goulds ............ ...... .....Feb. 20, 1936 1:00 J>>.1\1. Goulds Growers, Inc.

.: officers for the Silver Palm Silver Palm ...............Feb. 20, 1936 3:00 PJH. Better Food Store

i St.M and Mrs. Joe Kuppertz of Women's. Missionary Society who Redland ......................Feb. 21, 1936 10:00 AJH. Woman' Club
planned to leave for Florida were elected Jan. 3 at the regular
,(d City on Tuesday, If the weather meeting held In the church, will be Princeton ......................Feb. 21, 1936 11:00 A.M. J. B. Cash Store

), permitted. Installed at a special service on Florida City ..........._..._.Feb. 21, 1936 1:00 P.M. Town Hall

11 Urs.Charles- Sunday morning. I Homestead ....................Feb. 21, 1936 2:00 PJH..Jan. City Hallthrough 10
Clinton and daughter i. -L. L. Peyser preaches at the
Hazel Diana returned :to-their I Silver Palm church on those Sundays / 1, 1936 8:00 AAL
t MIAMI ........ ....... .
home ?
Thursday from the Port when the pastor, the Rev. "t.-Apr, 1,1936 5:00 PJH. 513-516 Court HouseI
I Graduate hospital j H. G. Cowan, preaches In Perrlne.
... also wish to remind the Tax Payers that it will be necessary to file

'', his Dr. W. L.. Vercoe Js expecting I their application for HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION with the State and
brother and
.f into'soo* for the"Iwter-tft-lW"whiter. ,.1 County and City in which the property.located each year between January

. -- 1st and April 1st, or said exemption cannot be granted by said Tax Assessors
-"' >**m CfcartorteOog.. .. .{, '
Therefore will receive while visiting the
....Q IWMltly flftMlcaei ..:.IticINe! we applications we are precincts.

I' .. 'bents North Broadway .te tXftav. I I't. DIUL&AKERSJJJSNTIST Intangible Returns should also be filed by thosavowning s securities
xay.w '
apartment .. .1 I And who are legal residents of this State; otherwise they would be subject

,-"on. f141001 ..and Mrs. M.-A.06e0pstr.: to the assessment of this office under the provisions of the Intangible Act of

)Ira. X. W. llullint, Mrs JobsIII I !taee Nsersa f e, .a,68 5 p. .. 1831.
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Per the Best In ( Very respectfully,
Seed aVrtarfeyFree

"ICYNEUENSCIIWANDER Parting Space J. N. LUMMUS, JR., '

1 Flee N. W. seTH BT, MIAMI I
R. a GONZALEZ ritONI Mill Assessor of Taxes, Dade County, F1orida.Friday .
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& Eight; THE tEADEtf- ENTERPRISE Friday January 81,198GL.

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w MK9. LANDON CAENtT successful that: another sate Is
The Calendar HONORED ON BIRTHDAY being planned.

Mrs Wm. E. Rheney entertained Present at the meeting at the
with a bridg-luncneot fit honor home of Miss tva Dyal last week
I Social Events]I Jan. St-Redland P.-T. A. executive
committee meeting In o(; the birthday of Mrs Lacdon were Miss Henrietta Hartman
\L Csmey at the Rheney home on Miss Marcia Gauzeni Miss Betty
school at 3 9. m Biscayne drive Friday. Mr*. T. Bowen, Miss Mobl Williams Mile

Jaa Homestead High play, 2. Faust and Mrs. E. It HIDer won Virginia Frick, Miss! Helen West
: "Huckleberry Finn", in Neva the bridge *. and Miss Bobble Summerlin.
MISS GEORGIANA SUCH CHARMS LOCAL School
King; Cooper Covers were laid for: Mrs. Wm.

AUDIENCE WITH STORY OF NORTH AFRICA Jam 11-a and B. S.husbands.Feb. pot-luck.supper Cox of Coral Gables, Mr* Elizabeth 1 MR. AND MRSt W. R. BIRD
for members Fuchs, Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mrs. ENTERTAIN TEACHERS' CLUB
Redland P.-T. A. meet- Arthur VIcceUio. Mrs. Miner Mrs. Mr. and Mrs W. R. Bird entertained -
Miss Georgian Barbara Such
Faust Mr*. Carney and Mrs. the Teachers' Bridge Club.
PIONEER: CHILD MEETS.
world ing.Feb.
traveler lecturer and humorist
Woman' Club I I
TO HONOR MISSIONARIES 8-Junior I Rheney. Wednesday night at their home.
charmed thOM present at meeting in clubhouse at 8 p m. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Webster
won.the
the guest day program of the Wom- Dr. and Mrs. Benson Baker who
4-Homestead P.-T. A. executive high score prizes.Present
an's for the have been Feb. MRS. W.
Club of Homestead Tuesday past thirty yean B. CAVES HOSTESS
afternoon In the clubhouse with t missionaries to India, were guest committee meeting at 10 TO AREME CLUB MEMBERSMrs. were: Mr. and Mrs.

vivid account of her experiences ot honor at a covered dish lunch a. m. W. B. Caves was hostess to Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
In northern Africa eon given by the Pioneer Guild Feb. 4W. M. S. meeting in member of the Areme Club at her Sommers Mr. and Mrs. Bevo

Though he wu born In America of Redland at the home of Mrs. Homestead Methodist Church at home Tuesday afternoon Mn. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Gee. N. Wake-
Thos. Brewer Tuesday.Dr. 3p.m. Bob Harris won the mysterypackage. field Mr. and Mrs Webster and
she Mid her childhood, was ,4 Neighborhood Club
Feb.
Miss Jean Sommers of
Lima O.
pent In Africa and aha had returned Baker talked on the "un- meeting at Lee H. Lehman: home. .
there to labor after the touchable of India. He said that Other present were: Mrs. Lee NNIMMNNNwwNIMNI.NNNNMNNNNyN.rN.N.GIRL .
had taken II four-year medical before Christianity there were sixty Feb. 8-W. M. U. circle meet- H. Lehman, Mrs. B. G. Branch, SCOUT NEWSBy

course During the next touryean to seventy million of them andlOW' Ings. Mn. J. E. Davis, Mrs. E. E: Alt-
she said, the had laid the there are about fifty thous Feb. B-a TL: S. officers' practice man. Mr Sam Davis, Mrs c.o.W. Mary' J* Close, Scribe,
and. in t. O. O. r. hall at T.30. .-......"...-.."- W.INNINNNNNINNNN IINNINThe
foundation what wu later to Turner, Jr., Miss Eitelle Turner -
become a hospital Other present were: Mrs. Laura Feb. T -, Episcopal Women'sAuxiliary and Miss Helen Livingston. Girl Scout meeting of Jan.
covered dish luncheon 28, was held at the home of Mrs.
Miss Such wart the costume of Hill Heatberlngton. of Miami, Mrs.
the native women, and gave herhearer Anton Erpenbach.: Mrs. Will Erp- and bridge with Mrs. J. S. Hor- BASKETBALL BOYS Frank Skill. Saturday Feb. 1, I*
ton at 1 p. m. I Girl Scout day at the Better Homes
an Insight iota the religion enbach Mrs. August Heuer Mrs. I AU GIVEN BANQUET
and habit of the people among Agnes Reed and Mrs Ceo. W. Feb. 7-O. E. S. meeting' la L a Twenty-six members of the exhibit

whom aba bad labored. Turner Jr. a F. halL Homestead senior: and Junior high I The Girl Scout court of awardsis -

She 1. teaching public speaking Feb. 19-Garden Club meeting school basketball team were given to be held Feb. 2L All visiting

fit Miami thi.. winter. at home ot Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Dunlop I a banquet in the school cafeteria 1 Girl Scout are invited and .will
tOOM MOTHERS GIVE
at 3. p. m. I last night by Mr. E.: J. Dyal be the guest of honor.
BENEFIT BRIDGE rAtTY
MRS. WM. Y. 8MTTHE Feb. 11-Teachers' Bridge Club Mr*. L. B. Sommers*Mrs. Theo. J. Carol Walker and Esther Bucket
ENTERTAINS GARDEN CLUB Twenty-four dollar wa the meeting at Beve- Webb home. Bitter and Mrs. J. W. English. Tall are new scout ,

The South Dado Garden Club' amount cleared for the library Feb. Hi-Areme Club meeting I. white candle In green holders and I I The hostess for this meeting
books for Miss Williams'snd
member met Monday afternoon: Mary with Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. green and white garden flower wa Wava Horton and the next
Miss Frances-
Dorsey's room
It-W. M. U. meeting In were used for decorations. I hostess will be Atbley
with Mr* Wm V Smytbe at her at the benefit bridge Feb. Kemp.
party sponsored -
home on Silver Palm drive. Mr*. by Mr*. Landoit Carney Baptist Church at S p. m. Coach Sister and Principal L. Those present were Var Rhen-
Hobart Brvckctt read an article ot study class PL Somme made short talks. I Athley Kemp, Ways Horton.
Mr*. H. C. Nichols, Mrs. C. J. Par- Feb. 13-Meeting ey,
"Miami Twenty-five- Tear Ago man and Mr/ E. L. Lawrence of Woman's Club of Homestead I Elizabeth Skill. Virginia Dorsey
Teday" and a poem, "The Wondrou tome roommothers, st the Future at home of Mlas Jennie Lobdell. I SUB-DEB nUB ACCEPTEDBY .I Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Barbara Big-

Pageant" by Mr*. J... M. Farmer clubhouse on Jan. 23. Feb. 13. Woodmen' Circle NATIONAL FEDERATIONThe gers, Mary France Rutland, MaryJo
Sub-Deb Club has receivedIt
Dobbin.Mr* WIn. Draper read Apple pis whipped cream and meeting L 0.0. F. hall < certificate of membership Close Mary: Arthur Ruckar. Carol
Bishop Feb. 18-W. M. S. circle meetlass. I Walker and. Esther
an article "Along the Garden coffee were HI'YIIcS.'the 'the national federation Sub-
prize winner*, were Mrs. Deb- ah.abat and Miss Helen West
Path anaVMm Gee KMArecib- Chris, (sitting on the lawn of the
ed a group ot poem. "It Only We Elizabeth Fuch, Ma. Gee N.Wlkefleld Feb. Ur-Meting.of Dad County secretary has sent an order for Bftcbtlors' HoMh "Raatus. t,
Understood," "A Garden" and Mr*. W. E.: >Rhone* L. Federation of Women' dub at national Sub-Deb pins.Th harcn't seen our old friend; the Mint

K "You Ain't Been rtahhY Yet". The B. Sommer Dr. Frank Hausman Coeoplunv clubhouse ilL South Mi I club 1* now to- have for a Julep Judge around: bar for Mm*
: president Mr*. & J. Shepherd snd Allen Neal. Cut: prize were ami. ,clubroom sea unused room In the time-

read a greeting lent from China won by. Mrs, H. P. UcDaniel and howls of one of its members, Miss Rastua (porter): "Walt. ash. Mr.
by Mrs. A. L. Chandler who formerly C. X Penises Mareia Gwtaen The girl plant Chris, It WM J'"' Bk* dla. De Sedge

., : lived In Silver Palm 1 Homestead,High 4-E ClubBy furnish it as. an. old fashioned had a *..ninun nom Kalntucklevlsltln '
'f Mrs. Wm. Dunlop, it wa announced REDLAND GROUP TO HAVE!: Reels LIttle parlor and' each I* to bring material him an las' summer. An de

will be the next hostea I PARTY SATURDAY EVENING ,,.IM.IMIII W IMNII.NINIINNNIN for a sofa pillow to the next emmua taught d* ledge how to,
Refreshment were- served by the meeting. drink his whisky with greens In It.an' .
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The YoungPeoples' Epwerth met In
When the -H Club girl
hostess. The club's peanut sale at a do Jades Jus' naturally ate
League of the Redland Community their clubroom Tuesday morning I
Present besides those mentionedwere basketball .
lal'llll"centl1 woe so hlnwlf to dMtb. -Bumbo* Brasses.You
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Church will have a party Saturday each girl answered roll call by
Mrs. W. H. Well
Mrs. Wm.
evening at the home of Mr.
telling what she liked to can most
Johns, Mrs. F. Flsitas
Mrs. Frank
and Mrs Gotch Kufeldl
Afterward the girls were told the
Haunman, Mrs. Chauncey Upson,
Mrs E. M. lYoscher, Mr*. H. B. reason why the taffy pull was not
Fields Mrs. Dunlep. Mrs. A. C. ANNUAL CAMP DINNERS held although we had a large

Heed, Mrs W. & Shetzllne, Mrs. TO BE GIVEN SATURDAY crowd patients

Klberta Buie Mr*. Dobbin Mr*. The local.firl who attend Alpine Catherine Orfanedes canning
J F. Rohrer Mr*. W. D. Home Lodge and the boys who attend chairman, gave her program which C"
Mrs. Annie Butler Mrs. Roger Camp" Cloudmont, both at included poems read by Freda
Snow Mrs Leonard Freeman, Mcntone Ala., are Invited to attend Hancock; and "You Can De It"

Mrs. M P Kenney, Mrs. P. O. Des the annual dinner that both by Fern Robertson. Catherine
mond. Mrs. H. A. Marsh Mrs C. camps are holding at Miami Beach then read us the canning rules. 7

, .. P. Jackson Mn. R. M. Barnes, Saturday.The Freda Hancock was elected song
Mrs Castellow and Mrs. G. M. girls' dinner win be held at leader since our former song leader -
Sonnlchaen. the Hotel Good. Local girl attending Norma Gosaman, "popped."

will be: Misses Iv. and Annabel Redd dairy chairman -

COMMITTEES: APPOINTED Nina Dyal. Mine Henrlette Hartman gave her program which consisted -
. FOR WOODMEN'S CIRCLE Marjorie Fogle and Jane
of a song and readings,Katherine MAKE YOUR SKIM HORS
; Mr Beisle Brady, Mr Need Fuchs. Williams read "Little JackHomer"

',' Branch and Mrs.Nora Smith were Boy: Invited to attend the dinner Frladlla Freed read
: : named as an. investigating committee at that Flamingo Hotel are: Theodore 'Five Fingers". and Freda Hancock .
,n for Royal Peindans. Grove, Franklin. Edwin Lawrence, read "A Gentle Cow".

.;. held Woodmen' Circle at meeting Billy Walton* Rex Faust and Preston Leola Little poultry chairman, are cordially invited to consult privately -
Jan. 23 at the home
of Mrs. Bird. how
a talk en trap nests and
gave with Miss Dolores trained
: Florence Captain Beauty
Pacettl. guardian of the
. Mr..aDd Mr.L B. Sommer who they work.
grove Mr*. Prince Cbker. JIM conduct the boys' camp are ex. Prlscilla Fread. record chairman Specialist from. the Cars Nome Laboratories In

Sarah Counce Martin and Mia Myrtle peeling MX. and Mrs. Barry Greeneof explained the record book, and New York who will be here from Monday till

.: committee.were placed M the flower Orlando to attend the banquet then Leola gave a talk on the Importance Saturday ot next week.
r AH member
were and ... spend the week-cad a* ot keeping records. Pris-
tinged to assist In relief work In their guests. Un Green I* coachof dlla asked us to tell bal hoW we This beauty Specialist will devote forty-five

\J any After way the possible.business meeting I Orlando at the High School and. Instructor keep our records. I minutes ta & study of ;your skin* givingyotr a

handkerchief shower wa givenfor camp. Those present were: Mrs H. S. restful facial a complete skin diagnosis, suggestions .
Jack Under of Ocala will be '
two aguest Wolfe Fern Robertson Loubelle
memberswho had had
\ birthday recently| Mrs Mary of Theodore Franklin Jim Grennell. PrUcllla Freed, Mildred for daily complexion care and, a glorifying;

Rhode and Mrs. Clara Shtdstilt Wheeler at Orlando will stay with and Margaret Field Catherine Or-, make-tip
,
Stanley Edwin. Lawrence and, Ed: Wilson fanedes, Vir"" JUiuier, Julia
WlUkop sang "When I
Grow Too Old: to Dream" and and Bobby Tumlpsted will be Frances Sullivan, Frances King Reservations are limited to ten a day. We I

miss Moots** Pacettl flayed the guest ot Billy Walton Elizabeth and Kathedn William, urge-you t* visit .r telephone the store now for

( accompaniment. Jack tinder's parent and his Annabell Redd Freda Hancock an appointment.
; RafreahmeDt were served by slater Mia Barbara win spend Mary Alice Duncan. Elouise and I
the hostess who we assisted by the week-end with.Mr and Mn E. Norma Gossman. Nora Akara and 1 Thiii service Is entirely without obligation.

., Mrs. RuUv Godwin and alls pa.Gatti. J. Dyal and their daughters. Lola Little. I

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MORNING APPOINTMENT MJUODSl.
Others present were Mrs. Thel-
one Redford Mn. Ada Young Mrs. 9:00. 9:41 19:30 11:15
Mans Attman, Mrs. BflhicheChapmaul '! Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick

lira, Brady, Mrs.Coker, AFTERNOON ArrOLNTMENT PERIODS:

Via Mast Louise Branch PacettL, Ills Counot and Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal; 1:00 1:45 2:30 3:15 4.00 4:45::


t! Conservatory of LeipzigPIANOFORTE

j' Eva Estelle Sullivan AND THEORY The: Dixie Dm

Teacher of Pianoforte
Your Rexall StarePa

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, } llllllllllllllllllllllllHlIIllIIUmlUl1i!! { !{ !!! !! SCORE REMAIN! I Crop Service Offered tea I "do to Mop this tawld' invasions "Huckleberry Finn"
? "What the most effective
I By Hector Supply Co. dint for nMlaneee?. To He Given Tonight

20 Years AgollfIi1IIIiiHHIIillllilhII1IllhII1llllllllll TIE AFTER THREE tt* answers to afl e With of little
every branch the help store a of the red Hector box Uone and other of equal Importance "Huckleberry FldK"l"" a play full

I 1 {) OVERTIME TRY! Supply give Company free and Is expert now preparedto entomological bund to"In growers on of ,the he special say', will mixed be I of pupils laughs of, the will public be presented speaking by

"C H dint of Homestead
classss High School
Tk Mlnita* Inns oft MIM nt and pathological advice on I .
I ..... In the Neva King Cooper School
"'tin inn llw if Ik* .n.4CitorvriM the most effective insecticide: or
........... a... It, tilt (Continued From Page rive) fungicide to prevent and control Beauty Treatments Free I I| auditorium at I oclock tonight
player for Redland with 11 point
; M Ux ...tt FterMa BHWM.Jan. made from four field goal and Insect and disease losses on fruit At Dixie Ned Week ,!! Wednesday afternoon at a matinee -

three foul .!Iota. and vegetable crops say H81'17Hect.or Women of -the district- are Invited i performance It was greeted .
i II 1916 of the athwriMUoalljr by an audience
president company.
to consult with :
February 28 has been set : privately
as a
,5-"Mr. and Mrs. Potter were saddened tentative date for another game< The cards In the little red box Miss Dolores Captain a beauty I i that filled the auditorium.
JF on Tuesday when they retelved between the two teams. will recommend the use of any one specialist from the Cara Nome C Bernard Blackburn, teacher i>f
I a message announcing that of a group of nine "C. H. DusU", laboratories In New York, who public speaking, Is directing the
<')Jr. Potter's mother was near the In RedlanB the first game Junior of the evening, The mysterious, symbol "C. H." will be at the Dixie Drug from play and Clarence Preacher u
I death's door and could not live but High team he says, is Copper-Hydro a Monday till Saturday of nextweek business manager. The actors are
> fc few hour swamped Homestead 19-13. The new copper fungicide which Is said Tommy Moffett Edwin Lawrence,

WOn the bight of December i. was score e-at. In the favor end of of the Redland.first half to offer all the advantages of Bor- Miss Captain will devote 41 minutes Nelson McCourtney, Mia Gerald
deaux mixture without of Its
the following officer were elected any to each person who has made ine Relti Miss Hazel Pennlngton.
by the Royal Palm r. 'and A. M: Redlat14 (II) II n ptF disadvantages. an appointment either by telephone Miss Katherine Vann. Miss Bobble *
; H. R. Prldgen W. M. S. I:. LlvIngston Nelson, Roy ___ 0 1. 8F These little red boxes are or by a visit to the store. Summerlln, Miss Mary Adams,
8. W.; T. W. Wlnn. J. W.; Chamber, K. 0 1 4 known as the Crop Control Serviceof She will study the skin, make a Min Fern Robertson and Whitney -
... W. Healy, secretary; Dr. J. B. C Mulllft, R. 4 I 1 the Chlpman Chemical COm- kin diagnosis, give a restful facial Beam. Miss Effle Booth Is

Tower, treasurer. The newly elected a Campbell, Tom...... 1 0 4G pany. They contain card Indet and a glorifying make-up. Reservations prompter.Old .
worshipful master will attend Campbell Roy I I 4F information which enables eur for ten will be made for time costumes and old furniture
the Grand Lodge meeting Jacksonville Greenwood, I.. 8 1 3G branch store to give expert recommendations each day. for the play have been
on the 18th inst" Graham E, J. 0 0 I to grower on the The service Is without any obli loaned by various families of the

."Arch Campbell Is around again special mixed dusts w* are nowmanufacturing gation. district.
Totals __ 7 8 II from formulas de- .r
after a week's lay up from the
veloped for u* by the ChIpman
grippe. Homestead (II) f. n pfF Chemical Company,"said Mr Hector. EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
-"A fishing and hunting part] Dellincr, D. H. 2 2 4 .

composed of Frank J. Powers, Dan I' Franklin, T. ___ 0 0 2 The little red boxes will be asked HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP I
Powers,Chas. Mackett, A. R. Livingston C Little, Chas, _._ II 0 3G such pertinent question as
Chas. T. Fuchs, Mr. Van Mattaon __ 0 2 0 "What should I do for bean aa- M. D. MCOB8KN, Prep.s0 .
Winkle, father and son, J. W. Reynolds G Rohrer ___ 0 4 2 thracno ef" "How can I control N it-me Armne Phone ,!..!
and Wallace Alderman, will I' Hackler, O. 1 4 2 pod blight on my limasT" "What
leave on the Sunday morning F Smith, Eo __ 1 2 2
train for Jewflah creek where they

'will board Prank J. Power's boat Totals .....__ 4 It 15
and go to Cape Sable. They will
spend ten days fishing and gunning -
In the vicinity and will, with Presbyterian PastorTo

out doubt, have a most enjoyabletime. Arrive Saturday

..-""uk." Sid Livingston' where he Services at the Presbyterian f4 Ir

got his new tie. No; It isn't an Church will be conducted Sunday
election bet." by the Rev. E. L.TieTson, newly

<...The hew officers of Homestead appointed pastor, who with nil
bride is to arrive tomor-
Camp W. O. W. No. 366 were in- expected
row from New Mexico where the
marriage took place.
Jan. 20. 1916 Mr. Nelson is. from Tennessee

-"Hev. C. Q. Nelson returned He I is a graduate of Maryvllle College -
Tuesday from St. Augustine when in Maryville Tenn., and Co-
lie has been attending the annual I mbia Theological Seminary near
conference of the Methodist \ I\Uanta.
Church The church people hen,
end citizens gladly welcome him 4
Homestead this week and will occupy -
and hi estimable wife back for the house back of the Methodist .
;another! year. The Boy scouts Church until his new house
and Camp Fire Girls are also rejoicing Is built."
over their return."The ."
Jan. 17, 1916
laying of the cornerstone .
-"Mn. B. A. WaMin .f the Red- ti
of the new church will take placeon
land Public Library has sent out
23rd 2 It
Sunday the at p. m.
notices to an subscribers old and
-"I. D. Wyman who owns II hew, to return any library books

acres hear the Dade cemetery U they may have, by the 29th, so the
having the stumps pulled by the library can be reatalogucd and
Sjostum & Fitzpatrick machine. lIulh bered."

-"Ceo. W. Moody left here Monday -""J. M. Bauer left Monday on a
for Jacksonville to attend the business trip through the northern
Masonic gathering there. part of the state.

"Eatimateg vary t* to the total -"A ten and a half pound boy
acreage of tomatoes and bean In arrived at the borne of Mr. and
t this section. The lowest I is 600;; Mfg. C. M. Redd Oft Wednesday
the highest 1,000 acres." last at 7 a. m. Mother and child
doing well and the 'old man''
-hI.. are
R. Nixon made a spot cash "
sale of SS crate of tomatoe to a U particularly happy.
-"Latest arrivals via the stork:
local buyer, for $1.1I0 a crate, net,
Jan 25, to W. J Krotne, boy;;
on Thursday, the tomatoes having
been scarified Jan. 26. to C. M. Redd, boy; Jan.
grown on pin
land." 2TtEhriT Cape, boy. If this sort
of thing keeps up we'll have to appoint -
,F. Umphrey hss been working
-
j j"J census ediwr.A tow weeks
on his house lot the past MX a
WHEN YOU BUY THE
i weeks and ha about completed' ago Dr. Tower sent this report to
the alteration and repairs." the state beard of health covering
period of about weeks:births
a six
-"DI'. Bah Ms received a letter .
I from the non William Jennings 22; deaths. 1.to Put your money Ms) Mar* haf visa jtm fcqrrtBM

J Bryan Sunday agreeing It to speak*. ....,In January Homestead -' Made. Why risk discomfort and fealty chews r Probe J*.

30th. The occasion will be mad*,I CARE _product el dw world largest blade at*!**-poaltfocr/
t a grand union service of in nearby
: guarantee* comfort end etoooray-sails st 4 for !0l I
churches, acceptance* of wbtth
have already been received and This blade b tutDawtkall/ ground, honed and tdvpjwd iy
j BeautyTrue
-"Rev. C P. Jackson moved to
special pfocess. It Is made to whisk through dens stubble

I ill':"WIN.]Ili III U11111 111001111111 beauty demands without smart Of lerkatlow-Oevef pulls OG die IIDdet Ipoca. 'l
it 4r
the best 6t care lit all
:: PCRMJtNeNTVVAVHK3 times. Whether youwish This b easy to prove.Just ask jour data lot Probak Jtshe -. < /

a Wave, a facial hs this mafttloo* new flouMe-edg blJ alt osa gt It tol
a manleurt, or any of
: Croquignote or Spiral := tine other owe ties aids tot you' qokklr. Bur a pacfefe W Pfotwk J*. today

to beauty, ymfa find
:I $5.00 7.00 1 the Skilled operators at S
P_t''a Beauty Parlor
.NEWEST MTTHODS OP ttAtt ready to serve you
; AND EYELASH TINTING | quickly at any time PROBAKJUNIOR

Cre*' JgMle, Spiral and
=I tlmttt Waviav .facial i CombirtI.a

MaItI.qr1.-MaHeUal d PERMANENT VES J

by experiences operator Prices $5, $6, $7

t Tear state *>**.
Mat Morris
PARLOR o'\. .- Of tm wd wi UMItI HAM MAKKI
Beauty Skoppe i; l
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$398,883,603. There were $ ,000 Crater that were used by the people Student: "Ii It a government'

men employed on the cenaL There He drained take and swamps and contract Job or la the man working
were US locomotive and 1,000 poured out the filth into the see. for himself?" -Ex.
II Homustead School dews
High car in consant use.-Richard He drained all the pond, ditches,
Cave. and streams that he could. On the

Br tEotA LITTLE History of the Panama Canal other oil wa poured so the germs

........"...,..."......"...,..."...".""."".....uM.MU,.nN........,........................,.....................,.......... couldn't breed. He cut grass GROVETHEATRE
The Panama Canal cuts across a jungles to the ground, destroyed
The Pop Club attended the fame Indian picture From these the narrow Isthmus between two continents all vermin, and burned all rub-
In Redland lout Tuesday night and children have pointed out the different and saves vessels a long bish. He raised all buildings above
put on n very good txhlbit object to help learn tho trip around South America. Spain. the ground, built hospitals and COCONUT GROVE
multiplication table They have Portugal Holland and France all sanitary houses for the people. Shows 7 and 9 Admission S3*
a All classes are hiving review also used the clock. tried to build the canal but failed. Matinee Sat and Sun., SO*
As the result of all these
measures -
thin week and next Monday and Count Ferdinand undertook to ltolp.an.
the Panama Canal Zone
Tueiduy Mia Williams' clan has made a build the canal for the French but rose
from the position of being the'
tent out of a beet and (tick*. Crayon was forced to give It up. In 1698- BUN.MON.TUE9.Another .
moat unsanitary city In the world
The exams start Wednesday. No I design were made by the chil 1700 the Scotch tried to plant a i
to the most sanitary.Marjorle Charlie Chan
school on Friday. All pupils return dren. Their Indian booklet will colony but they were unsuccess- Lewis Mystery Thriller
Monday for report cards and be completed this week. Biffle I I

begin second semester. School all Martin has moved to Miami wherehe There are six locks In the Panama "Charlie Chan'sSecret"
day Monday. will attend school. During the home room period in I
Canal. I Mr. Johnson' room the member

The benefit bridge given by I On August U. Ul1f, the first ship of the class have discovered the
The following pupil have made Miss Mary William and Miss' sailed through the canal. It cost meaning and value of some of the with WARNER OLAND
the highest in typing this semester France Dorsey was for the purpose the United States 8,000 lives and requirement for success whict
: Bobble Summerlin, Mabel Williams of buying book for their ten year of hard labor. Most of I were developed last week.
Annie Mae Booth and Jean classes. the people died of yellow fever. Edna Booth says to compromise WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

Parman. The United State paid $40,000,000 Is to settle any dispute by which Return of the Laugh Hit

Mrs. West substituted for Mr*. to the French for their right and both parties give up part of what of the Put Year
The cafeteria appreciate the Edwards who went to Miami last equipment. The total cost was was first demanded. In order to
co-operation the children have given $373,000,000.: The width of the Will
with
Wednesday. get along people you should RogersIn
this semester Mn. C. O. Robert.lon canal Is from 300 to 1,000 feet try to compromise with them.
the manager, states. The work began May 4, 1904.-
CLASS WRITES OV CANAL They will think much more of you
The seventh grade geography! Roy Pullen. and you will be more successfulIn "Steamboat Round
Posters
are being made by Mr.Lucas' The
Fight Against Disease In the life.
clams have the
home room pupil for the' completed studyof
Bend"SATURDAY
Canal Zone the
two home town basketball games I the outlying possessions of the I Marjorie Duncan say to recog
next week These posters will be 'I United States. These are some of The first thing the army had to nile our own mistakes 1s to realizea
distributed over the town. the best compositions written about do In the building the Panama wrong doing. To be successfulwe THIS WEEK
I the Panama Canal: Canal was to get rid of the mosquitoes must correct our mistake and

Mrs Field's after-school classes I, The Panama Canal which spread the germsof if we recognize them we should I KEN MAYNARDIn

Ire being held longer this week The Panama Canal I I. due south yellow fever, malaria and many want to correct them. If this Is
because the pupils wish to study I''of Niagara Falls within ten degrees other diseases that stopped the done consistently a near perfect "Western Courage"Mickey
hardor I of the The French. In a year 16,000,000 square state might be reached thus making -
equator Isthmus
yards of swamp were drained. It success evident. ,
run east and west, and Panama Mouse Matinee Sat.
The library books arc being pre City la south ,ot and further east required! 130,000: gallons of mosquito Virginia Dorsey lay everyone FREE CJ\NDy-paIZES

pared this week by I group of the than Colon, the Atlantic entrance. off. There oil to Keep the known mosquitoes I should try hard to control his

high school girls |, Balboa, when he discovered the of mosquitoes are fifty in the Canal specie Zone emotion and be Jolly, pleasantand
Pacific called it the Southern Sea. kind when possible. At a
Constance Scherr and Billy Walton President Wilson In the White and and eleven of these carry malaria time when your anger i* aroused "TROPICAUMONKEY

o have donated some new book I House on October 10 1913, four is two carry yellow fever. Oil keep yourlnTugbt and feelings to JUNGLE
to the library centuries after Balboa discoveredthe poured over the water to makea yourself.
film to that the wriggler can-
Pacific Ocean, pressed a key not come to the surface to breathe.At Billy Drlsklll agrees that one ONLY I
I Annie Mae Booth of the senior which turned the water into the the head of each little should know his work 'because aknowledge MONKEY
stream is j
class i hi out with the I' canal. 1
mumps. a barrel of oil which la constantly of the work and how it JUNGLE
The first ship passed entirely I iI to be accomplished la absolutely
I The Macbeth and Tempest booklets through the canal in August 1814. drlppln-Lelter Archer. necessary for success.A IN THE U.S.
are just appearing In Mr The maintenance of the canal la The Battle Against Disease

Field' home room. 'I estimated at $4,000,000, with $10,.- Hordes of mosquitoes carrying Riddle Halnltd Drive west
o 800,000 Interest on the coot--a total yellow fever and malaria germ of Naranja Road
Some desire ;;cram during ... of $14,000,000 a year. To meet have for years and year kept the Examiner: "If a man can do
one-fourth of a piece of work Admission lOeIN
view week. Some do not care this the tolls are $1.80 for each Atlantic and Pacific ocean apart in
f I three day how long will it take
whether but "Uncle Sam"
\ they fall or not. Some passenger. Twenty-five hundred Interefered and him to finish it?" THE REDLANDSRIGHT
t are io sure of exemption that they employee are necessary to operate conquered these foe that were
r do not pay attention.At the canal killing the workmen who went to

There are three lock at Gatun, Panama to help with the diggingof
least one thing la certain each 1,000 feet long, 110 feet wide the canal. The first thing they
Mr*. Field la trying her level beat and 41 feet deep. It ia the biggest did wa to clean up the canal zone
to force English Into some extra concrete job on earth, 4,500,000 and make it safe for people to live tobN
( thick skulls. barrel of cement being used. there. OVER YOUR -

o. The steel gates that close these Colonel Gorges, an American OID
r A boxing match was held be lock are 1 feet thick, 89 feet long doctor went to Panama as chief
tween Jack Wallace and Archie and from 47 to 82 feet high. They sanitary officer and began to wipe OLD FLOORS to

.. Dodson. This was an outcome ofan weigh from 390 to 730 ton each. out these diseases by destroyingthe

argument they had. "Red" was The total length of the canal 1* breeding place of mosquitoes.He .
winner. Any who wish to settle I fraction over SO miles. also screened the houses and
an argument are asked to come to The total cost of the canal was covered the vessel of drinking
: 0' the gymnasium where free advice

( 0 and fair play will be given bjr Mr. ANYONE OF THESEDELIGHTFUL
Bleler.

-... DR.N.A.BERGERDentist NEW '
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a DR.B.E.GATLINDentist
; A trophy will be awarded to the
'; 0 boy on Team A who make the FLOOR PATTERNS
'1\0 : most field goals before the last
basketball game is played. CAN BE LAID WITHOUT '
; 36 N. Krome Avenue

J Next week two game will be Upstairs Office in Hausman BIdgr. TAKING UP

held here the last home game
; On Tuesday night we will play Office Hours 8:30-4:30 YOUR OLD FLOOR

:: Miami High and on Friday night OPEN Phone 85 JJ JJold
EVENINGS f
'0 we win play Da"nla. 0 Now peering. laid right ever +
/ HOMESTEAD, FLORIDAAny
Bl APPOINTMENT Been, quickly * 0". Pupil of the bookkeeping class pensively awed not be eon- -r' \ I 4
I
Wig complete their semester' work jwdto eUHrtrle commonly I
)
this week. They win start on I used .
'I pottwaa
t : Practice Set 11. next semester.
: ,
Herringbone block .
Pupils 1n grammar
the
ool permanent er plank potions surf be used
: are still having the.mump wave
with equal ease.
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The sixth grade boys and girl j
won't doA ? Nothing wilt restate thai
are baying diamond ball match. I I
sew ham* aspect to aa eld
..o In Mr \ Reuse a* shlsiy BW Been !
Walker's
t; grade came up several test the point sixth 0 This rear,your wave sane be perfect ad Buying them I* easlef today II a J (I,

I. Ralph Bellinger and Mabel Ruth -with a $.n..eesr frame ot curls thorn ever before Federal
i' ( for die of J'OUIIItdc.That'l she Housing impr.Tmat
f Pope are back In school They also nape : '
had the mump. The class had kind we girt yon with .Mturanct loon require NO DOWN PAY I r j i I/111 I

two perfect days and la proud of lot we UM the bttmadoaally famous MINT cad allow you three I I:1 \I4'' I \ : I

the fact because this .ia the ficat Eugtoe Method,with latest youie ef owe Io pay en easy' I i' I I I I I'Ieslenmenss. I

.I since Christmas. chaolcal Improvements sad (nuintEufifM 1111 11 I I ', II I
I
Sachtts. "Shofpiog uoaefwon't I

( Virginia Hobson .U 111 this week. get it for you ..coning Io III Cue FOR A FEES: i : 'II I 1.i Ii I 1! U !
She I* In Mrs. Bird' room. sell//, ?i 11 1 ,
ESTIMATE
y 7 TODAY II I. V t .

Blllle Watson and June Vannof

Mrs. Fifleld't room are absent
with the mump -., Bush's Barber Shop

fish Mr borderand*. Bird$pupils* ship have border' made for a ,,'o! & Beauty ParlorMISS W. D. Borne Co. Inc.


the blackboard. They have bought
40 new book for their library. LtLLIE: BROWN Operator SI N. KROME AVENUE

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-ent rk- If The ChurchesBAPTIST 1 'II j Give Jacksonville Fewer Income:-:Jan.ExtensionsFor Tax:30-Returns The col- 1 CLASSIFIED ADSRATE i I Ii



I lector of internal revenue for the : First Insertion 10f a line; subsequent insertions

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a
district of Florida has received Instructions _
METHODIST EPISCOPAL

.a S"* Homestead-The Rev C. N.sgrer I l y Florida City Community Church|lof[ Internal from revenue the relative commissioner to the i FOR RENT I I REAL ESTATE' Those who wont

a pastor Sunday school at I the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor < necessity of having all Income: tax ,I to buy or sell Ucdlxnd Dist' t

m. Preaching at 11 a. m.. nday school at 830 returns for the year 1938 filed on II HOUSE FOR HKNT-furnishrd or real! estate will rind up-to-il.ile
a. m.;;+
((7.JO: p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at 8:30 p. I[ preaching at 7:30: p. m. Church 1! or before March 15. 1916, for the unfurnished. See E. E. Bailey onE I II I listings in our oilup Many :it

Prayer services Wednesday ut i night, Wednesday at 730.: rwison that the commissioner la I Avocado drive. (pff I I these lutings ma :dill, at subnormal -

5o I p. m. planning during the year 193 to j prices Wo hall apprcI -
FOR RENT-7-room liouw fur- i
I Redland Community Church accelerate the movement of Income I elate either )out Inquiries or

i- F k. I Morning sermon: the Rev. M. A. Soper pastor Sun- tax returns in order that they nished, lights and water inquire I your listings, all of which will,}I
Return te His Father Mrs. E. L. Kelly' cor SilverPalm
Christ's day school at 10; preaching at 11. may be referred to the field at an have our bout attention. Now ra

it J ; In Heaven.': evening sermon: Church night Thursday ut 7:30.: earlier time than has heretofore drive and Newton loud I I the time to buj I). W. Morels

., "Without Excuse." been the case, thereby enabling (p)24:111FOR : now associated with H .\ Cameron -

1 Feb. -Prayer service top- METHODIST EPISCOPAL, I the field investigating officers to RENT-10-room house on I N. W. lot 5t. in Citizens

,.r' let "Peter"" Experience With SOUTH i I I date.complete the audit at an curly Redland road near church I Bank Bldg. Phone 72.

; Jesus. White Stone Churob-Homo- school bus pastes door screened I ACREAGES AND DROVESI
:- The collector has been advised porch, $20 month. 4-room furnished
a
Goulds-The Rev. Noah Peter- stead; the Rev. A. A. Koestline I: specialise In Rrdland propertiesBond
j that he should grant extensions of house with screened ,
;son, patitor Sunday school at 10 pastor. Sunday school at 0:30 a.I I me your listing of property
time only the showing ofgood 15. W. M Brodio.
upon porch, Apply
.. in.; preaching at 11 a. m. and m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : for sale.
I
and sufficient cause for the Redland road and Coconut Palm
'WOp. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 0.30: p. m. m. Junior League at 2:30: p.I 1 I CHARLES I. BROOKS
delay In filing the returns and drive. (JMtf)
,.TL Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- m.; HI League at 9:43: p. m.; Senior that stall education for extension I 110 N. E. First St., Miamii

'nesday.j League at 8.30: p. m. Prayer meeting of TOMATO LAND In But Glade for
I time 4houM be signed by the
at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.Feb. taxpayer except in cases where rent See R. S. Crews on Ingra- I I WANTED

CATHOLIC I-Morning message: I the taxpayer Is unable to do so on ham Hwy at Blake's Filling Station. I i "--
MIDDLE-AGED lady desires pos
"Christ Our Passover"; special account of illness or extended aI>- ((127-J31)) i
Church of the Sacred Heart I ition as practical nurse or housekeeper
'S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; music by choir under direction I sence. Iitotiwr words the grantIng FOR SALE for refined couple. Callor
of Irving LODI sacrament of ol tmmuions of time to onlyappllAble.11h II
'the Rev. James ("Cloonan pastor. write to Mrs. Margarette

Sunday mass at B a. m.; week day the Lord's Supper. Evening meritorious erect. HONEY-the clear thick delicious Qoutette RFD No. I. Box 309d27U.

mass at 7:43 dally. Sunday school message: "Unanswered Pray I The collector has observed that kind. None better and at grove I' ( )

Sunday following P o'clock mails, er", In a great many came, corporations prtoee. Also grapefruit Hol-

Communion women the first Feb. S-Bible study. have requested an extetwton of llster Sage last Kings Highway WANTED-Furnished apartment

Sunday of month; for men and time for the filing of their l income I near center of town. Will rent on

boys, the second Sunday of month. Silver Palm Community Church tax return and when the return FOR SAUE -Omi 10 h. p. and one y.arl1lUll.\ Apply Leader-en

Holy hour Thursday before first -the Rev. H. G. Cowan pastor I has been received, it Indicate' that 8 h. p. G. E., S-phase, 220-110 I I terprise.

Friday of month at 7:45: p. m. Mass Sunday school every Sunday at 10a. the corporation Is Inactive or has volt A. C. motors; compensatingswitch

at 7:30 a. m. Bcn m.; preaching services oa first transacted no business during the ; 200-gal, pressure tank; RAGS WANTED-The Leader-

::Jon ; the Blessed Sacrament third and fifth Sundays at 11 a I 1 I year for which It is filed Therefore one pair solid tired heavy duty Enterprise will swap classified

after mass m. and 8 p. m. the collector Is of the opinion wood wheels good for trailer. advertising or subscriptions for

I that there should be no delay in Homestead Machine Shop S. W. wiping rags. 7o a pound allowed *

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE METHODIST. FREE the filing of this type of return and 2nd St. (J9U) for clean rags, white or color

such requests for extensions are Knit underwear preferred.
Forlda City-Mrs. Ernest War- SETS OF II baby: Jars of tropical ed.
Florida City-Broadway and not meritorious. It has also been
r e n pastor. Sunday school Jellies .assorted oelophane
wrapped
Sixth street Sunday school at observed that some of the indi- LEGAL NOTICESNOTICt
2:30: p. m.; preaching 3:30: and 8 packed in carton ready for
9.45 a. m. for pupils under 20 years vidual taxpayers, whose Income
p. m.; Young people's meeting, mailing $1. Mailing charge 23c.
of morning service at 11
age; consists only of salary have requested -
I 7:13; Junior meeting 3.30: Tuesday; Mrs Bertha Edwards, Redland Or TMTKNTIOM TO APPLTPon
o'clock.
Wednesday evening services extension of time for the CHARTKIt
I meeting 7:30: m. Thurs- road between Plummer and Coconut -
which Include prayer p. TO WHOM IT MAY CONt-KKNt
testimonial day. filing of returns which Is also nota Palm drives. (nlMf NOTICE h ......., .1.! .. that as .n><>-
f of healing and experiences and remarks I meritorious case for the reason Nation will W Hud to Non HMtre *

on Christian Science 8 p. that the taxpayer has period of Atklueii, MM tin Judmi "' Uw Or M.n
PENTECOSTAL a TOMATO PLANTS-C. F. Talbot, CNrt .. Uw till Jildlttal rircutt #II
m. The public 1* cordially invited I approximately seventy-five days Silver Palm and Richard Roads lib. l I. f4 for Dodo Cmnt*. >t big ........
Goulds Rev. C. C. Hansberger
s. to attend. ..... In UM Court Haw In Mimi Ill .aid
from 1 within which
pastor. Sunday school at 9.45: ; January to (n29U) County M tn .',Iorb A. M. .. 'M 3 I the return and there does side ..\
prepare day of February !"' for an *
Feb. f preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. .
Lesson sermon I not to be good reason FOR SALE-Tom Baron English ton* htmimtliv t. IIADH COUNTY
appear any
"Lever"CHURCH m.; Young people's meeting at 6.30: TROPICAL FAIR INO.uk ww ro>lorvnmtloii
topic: .
why the return should not be tiled strain White Leghorn laying ads the tam of the Mac
I p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle, Tues before March 15. There are other young hens from super-laying VI VlorUa. UM 010._ and the obJorit tUM
OF CHRIST day at 2:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer AwxttUoi "'.''.'. brk-flir. the 'rSftnbatlow -
taxpayers who have their returns contest $1 each. Owner of k MMfeervTU ooryurat. nlunkr .
service Thursday at 7:30: p. m. leaving for winter. Mrs F. \ .. laws ""/ said ...... lo W dm....
prepared by accounting firms who
Homestead-First avenue and M the D.... County Tropical Fair. I I-..,.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH specialize in this type of work who Lardon Richard road between for UM ,urp N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, I Red- I..... Dlilrirt of MM County oubllr f.n
I' and Waldln drive
take their records to their account- Biscayne I
.... .. ,.. .
minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; Homestead-Krome avenue at and npooltkHM for tko .f. .1. im
N. school at ant on March 15 to enable him to land. (Pd27j3)MISCELLANEOUS I nl sad iMwotlon of U. wrkull.l lhorlwultunil
communion fellowship and 16th street Sunday :
lira ilvk and other rounM
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at I 10 a. an.j; preaching at 11 a. m. prepare the return from the records I of the RUM of norMk, sad M.tltul.rly .
and have same mailed to thecollector' of Dade O..nC and wt-
7:30 p. m. Prayernneeting Wednesday .
Counties In UM costars portion .I -n.dBUU
office the same date. Ina
: at 7:30 p. m.CHURCH SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF PIANO TUNING and repairing i and to do and trahMtrt ouch wi-)
I TRUTH majority of these, it Is necewary kiKlnox M to IkonrUi, .. '.|
I IS
Good used for sale cheap. "ZltjN. :,
piano .
for the accountant to audit the sure w kl .t out In UM prop "
OF GOD Homestead-branch of Miami W. E. Koon, US N. W. 3rd St ln .rnor.tton uf the A:.
records before preprring the returns ,
1 :UM MM prunoood >cl
Spiritualist Temple of Truth in ..
rin In Uw ottV. ( Clerk fUM
This
Homestead 608 N. W. First naturally causes undue
Woman't Club, 410 N. W. Eighth REAL ESTATE Clnult Court In amt fur the O..lr,
avenue; Fev. Geo. Lorton pastor. delay and requires an exten- I kfoKMld sad tuojwl to IniporUun by ...IF
and
Men'a Bible class
Sunday school at 943 a. m.; young avenue.people's lyceum at 7:15: p. sion of time which In the opinionof I BIG VALUE r- -room house pisses 0. WHICH IntonNed ALL rhe.ln, PERSONS: WILL
preaching at 11 and 7:30 the collector's office does not TAKE BUr NOTICR
a. m. : p.1 Furnished. All city Improve-
Dr. J. Carl Hobson
healing by
m.; PnoloVnlnM
m. Senior C. O. G. 0 30 constitute a meritorious case Inasmuch has W. W JOHNSTON
; Society : p. at 7:45 lecture and message at ments. The word BARGAIN ..roMltd. Assimilation
m.; Intermediate C. O. O. S. In : ; as the taxpayer should' been greatly overworked butI J08KPH: HICKSOK. ..._.,. ,.\\01
8 p. m. by the Rev. Sada Hobson. co-operate with his auditor in ......... A_....
parsonage 6.30: p. m. Mid-week do not hesitate to say that this This January ||, ISM

prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed-I NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER having his records audited Immediately -, property it a Blr Bargain. Price ,J... ... alt ..... t, 14 IIITurner's

;. .. nesday. SERVICE after January 1, which Including furniture bed linen

Bible study and prayer service would enable; the auditor to prepare and table linen dishes now

CHURCH OF THE: NAZARENE conducted by the Rev. H. C. Bergof the return for filing prior to $2,200 reduced from 13,500 Funeral Home

Homestead The Rev. Howard Miami at home of'Mrs. O. L M'rcJ\ 15. Fine furniture and plenty of it
-
Eckel, pastor. Sunday school at Gault every Friday at 3 p. m. The collector earnestly requests H. A. Cameron. (d3tf tlHR. AMBILANCR: 8ERVICKUdy
the co-operation of all taxpayers
':45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m A aeries of lectures on the In order to expedite the filing of LEGAL NOTICES Attendant
and 7:30 N. Y. P. S. and
p. m.; Book of Revelations la now la the returns. Phone tlt-R tIomMad. n'*
Junior meeting at 6.30 f. m. AU Invited. In the Circuit Court. Eleventh Judicial ,
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng progress. Circuit Dade County

7:30. Her ViewpointOn Florida. In Chancery. Case No.
CARD OF THANKS ,
438731.:
his tour of an English district -
Princeton-the Rev. C. H. Con- We wish to thank all of our Helen Van Winkle vs.William Van )77
an inspector of city high
don pastor. Sunday: school at 9:45; friends for their kindness and Winkle.Divorce
schools came before a class of
preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30: sympathy and helpfulness in our
girls. He wrote on the blackboard"LXXX" It appearing by the sworn bill filed -
p. m. Junior meeting at 6:30; young recent bereavement.MR.
Then, peering over at in the above stated cause that
people' meeting at 6.30. Prayer AND MRS. J. W. GILMER
a good-looking girl In the first the residence of William Van Winkle -
meeting Wednesday at 7.30: p. m. AND FAMILY. row he said: the Defendant therein named

is unknown and that there Is no
EPISCOPAL "Young lady, I'd like to have you
READ THE WANT ADS person In the State of Florida, the
tell what that means.W.!
me service of subpoena upon whom
8t John's-S. C Second avenue the 0.-[. G.replied. Defendant and
WANt ADS PAY "Love and kisses, would bind such
and Fourth street, Homestesd. I .-Washington Labor. that he la over the age of twentyone -
Minister In charge, the Rev. C. years. It Is therefore ordered

R. Palmer; lay reader, Joseph that said William Van Winkle.

Gauzens. Sunday school at 945: YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE non-resident Defendant be and he
each Is hereby required to appear to the
church
Sunday; services
Admit rely. clean constructive sews by ntdiaf Bill of Complaint filed In said
fourth Sunday at 7:30: p. m.
THB CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA cause on or before Monday, the
munion at S a. m second Com-I
of month Daily Htmtfrnftr Joe ike Horn 2nd day of March, A. IX 1036 otherwise -

; corporate ft .... .11 60 senod.add awe hi .... ....... aims ... the allegations of said, bill ICE
for Woman's Auxiliary at 10.30 .md.L MM Inliiiillis fMMtn some loi all she fanUlt as Woman'sArd.f.i.r will be taken as confessed by said
a. m, on Wednesday before fourth Fr.mr..kf.y, Gmde Sduwlw said seeks. Al. pew he Defendant. OLD
ski CMdAree .... Yee. hlb yaws d.raWs and isiews rdw.t
Sunday. -.. Ik. 'MM W *. IOn.llor.1 ...... Glue w d ,5.a.t bwma" M mss.at. It Is further ordered that tint
order be published once n week fm
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EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN: tai..es Masai" assay four consecutive weeks ui the
..._ __
= J U> ... wk TI..tM M TIM CMWIM Sallim KMlM ofNw. a Leader-Enterprise a newspaper
St. John's-Redlnd; the Rev.Ceo. : -:2. published in said County and State

M. Poth, pastor. Sunday I ii .c:... ':.:: .=-..:::uII,: This 211tb day of January IW0:

school each Sunday at 10 a. m. ......,_.._...........,._........,..............,." ........_.. E.B.LEATHERMAN M.Clerk "if
Circuit Court. :Swift!
By
English service on second Sunday w..e............,................. ..........,.......,...........-.-.. Deputy Clerk. i
of each month at 3 m. and German
p. cut.........,........ ....................af.i........._........___ Ernest P. Robert,
lien ice on fourth Sunday at
Sample Cr elm ....... Solicitor for Plaintiff.
(Jan. 11; Feb. 7, 14. 21. l'JI

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I { Par Tweto THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday.January 31.1988. j

: Need of Training for Public Office Mrs. Martha Lang Dies Wm. Brodte, H. a. Carter, Allen .title Lang and hIde Lang of g
I Wlggintoo. R. A. Gideon and Don- Anthony, and Mir Martha Grace ,
In Redland at Age of 90 ald Megge. Lang of rolkstone,
attended
Discussed by Local B. and P.W. Club the 4
She would have been 90 yean funeral and returned to their '
Mn. Martha tang, a resident at old oo Feb. U. homes Wednesday. Mn. Howell J
Since the World War did antes each of its citizens the opportunity Dade County since 1904,died Sunday She wan a member of the Red- ia spending the winter with Mrt.
; make the world safe for democracy to make a living. morning In Redland at the land Home Demonstration Club Dane.
": and democracy I II on the downgrade 8. A democracy should have a home of her daughter, Mrt. Seymour and the Woman's Club of the Red-
with communism and fascism I definite line of public ownership Dane, after a short illiwM.Funeral lands.
taking Its place, we of this beyond which a patriotic citizen services were conducted She is survived by four daughters -
ti country are facing serious problems should not agitate. In other words Monday afternoon at the home of : Mn. Dane, M.... Megg Mn.' 1
Carl Wagner, principal of private business should not be another daughter in Miami, Mra. C. A. Howell of Bradford and Mn. 1I
,' Redland High School, told mem- forced to submit to the search for W. O. Men, by the Rev. R. Z.TyleniMiftcY .' B. O McDonald of rolkstone, Ga.;
1 : ben of the Homestead Business the truth regarding thai particular Of the Trinity Methodist one son,Guy C. Lang of Branford; r rI \
and Professional Club and guest I buslneM'l being better run by be- Episcopal Church of which I one sister, Mrs. Lucy Lang of St. E
at an open meeting held Friday ing owned by the government Mn. Lang had been a member for Albans, W. Va.; 14 grandchildrenand 'tI
night la the future Farmer club-I 30 yean. Burial was in Wood- I
T. What Is the determining factor 15 greatgrandchildren.Mrs. I
bouse. lawn Park cemetery.
la whether or not the government McDonald Mr. and Mrs.
A round table discussion on should interfere In business Mn F M. Hudson, contralto,an Lang, Mr. and Mrs J. eight question bearing on prao- I. Is it necessary for democracyto old friend of the family,who tang and family of Branford, Miss Lu-
1 tical politic of the present, followed at the funeral of Mr. Lang 20 years
be more inefficient than any .
"The Old Rugged Crow"
Mr. Wagner twenty minute Other form WbjrT ago tang
discussion of democracy, whatit and "Abide With Me" at the services -
Is bow it earn about, its weak France S. Scherr who ws for Mrs. Lan,. FRESH EGGS GeneralPublic
granted permission to reed a statement MILK- FOWL
Pall bearers were! B. A. Carter, Iva
struggle of the Ideal of democracy C1IICK3- or Dressed
a*h*saw them,said that our having Yours All Hours Utilities
time in spit of the fact thaChristianity
A political democracy is not I sHwy' HARRISON POULTRY FARM
favors democracy, the .nou&b-thlt we should have also JI1 1'JII Homestead Phone Mf-*|
rise of capitalism and the broadening sat Industrial democracy Aladdin City, Farm Life Road
of political liberty through _
the right to buy and tell, the 1 1I11I11I11I1I11I1I1I1I1I1I1I1I11II11111111111I11I1I"IIIIII! IIII'IIIII1I1I11111111111111111111111111111111111I11"11I11' 11111.111
broadening of intellectual freedom I
that followed the Inventionof I Chase & Banborn Dated Sunlight Country Roll
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.' printing, and the modem belie I
in freedom of thought, speech and


,\ labor.following la the: round proposition table discussion were considered the. I': COFFEElb. Q BUTTERlb. f :


1. Candidates for public office I .
must be trained in statesmanship.
Othen could not be eligible for : ZSc qw 5,04 J8C i

office. 57 ,
t.
People somehow become enlightened -
f and force our institutions
to become better the genius does
4"t not chang our institution or lift : Saturday Specials Sliced :
I ).. the people up I step.I. Iceberg
I \ Democracy should not be
; :
1 limited but all Inclusive. Lettuce Armour' B. Baconlb.
MILK
.
4. Citizens should Bet be per 3 taU cans ZOC
; milled to leant what communismIs.

,r..l -..;. ,I .8. A democracy should not IuarI' 2 lg. heads. :lSc ali r a.r w- 330 .

\ FLOUR Jillsbury' .0'

; Fancy I 24-Ib.bag ...
'I > FIRE FIGHTING BestPORK ;

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1. : UNIT FOR GROVES CELERY SUGAR Cloth ion Bag*. S3c C OPSIb..Z3c :


\ ARRIVES HERE Ig. bunch- SOC :

U' Irish Cobblers
( (Continued Prom Pace One) Special POTATOES lOlbe. Zlc: M
'? visited at regular Intervals by apatrolmen. Georgia Beef : \
With the tank pump
\' outfit and volunteer ,grove men DADO Fresh Local iN.B.Co'ji Bulk Assorted
1- it is believed that grove and grass STEAK : i
{ fires tan be brought under con t EGGS Cookies I
I trol within JO minute after they 2 cans a'..-- 2'c :
:), are discovered he said. Mr. Cook
Jr f may be able to leave the hospital I CAN FKEK: doz. 40CH -I8c any cut, lb I.'c
,t'I i the hut of next week. per --- | >. -- on sm-- 1
.
O. J. Stocks, newly appointed d -"-Mott'sAPPLE [
'. fire warden of fire District No. Smoked 1
f{ 3, which Include Dade and Monroe SAUCE Snowdrift Rich, Creamy
I Counties, visited here Tuesday 3lbca 7nDogFood
) to offer his aid to Commissioner SAUSAGE2Ibs.
,,',{ Cook in getting this and 4 ----25C
cans Red Chief
t,; other fire-fighting units estab 45
llshed. He is working directly 5 taU cans 2C
----
under Guy C Bender state chief Far West
of fire control of the Everglades.In Kellogg's ,
an interview Tuesday Mr. 1 FRESH PRUNES Corn Flakes :ISc '
Stocks called attention to a law 2 pkgs. Georgia Beef
under which ownen, lessees, tenants -

r( subject or to occupants a tine of of$1,000 lands or are a I No. 2Y2 can-I5c Apple Butter "S: j g?* ISc CHUCK ROAST 1

year in Jail, or both, if they bunt
oft their lands without tint obtaining Palmolive .
a permit from the district N.D.Co/s Premium Top NotchPEANUT lb.17C '
fire warden or,in eases inside city j SOAP
limit, from the city fire department FLAKE CRACKERS BUTTER '
., His address I II tt tf. W. 7tthstreet 41 I I

Miami ] bars ----ILSC I6c :I8cRICE Brookfield
1-lb.pkg. -- 1-Ib.jar---

: 1 W. fkxwell SmithINSURANCE CREAM CHEESE;
Suds
J 3 Super Fancy Whole Grain
;, 5 UK. Zsc f
1 1 FIRE, AUTO Xmas AND LIRCIlMM pkg.-,.-r--5C
HfrM 3 pkgs. ee -- 25c
Office ta,MtCrarr Amd MUSTARD BJar4; ::15c
{ Octagon Fresh Ground
I I I Small Size :

I Edward Stiling !! Soap or Powder CORN: Del No.Monte 2 can IOC HAMBURGERf

Real &tteOenenlluarance I

ruuiuu CITT ru.Cw llOpkgs.---3BCI SYRUP BBS Sfc lb. ---..non 15C.: J .

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