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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 14, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00158
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVI-NO. 2 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS




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FACES First P.-T. A. Movie Show to Be Held COUNfYISRMTOSTART .I 1


In School Auditorium Tomorrow !,


TO APPEAR ON. The Homestead P.-T. A. Wilson will make a short talk be-

present Saturday afternoon at I When arrangement for the show DEVELOPING. BARNES TELLS
were made last week the P.-T. A.
3:30 and Saturday night at 7 and

( 9 o'clock the tint of the moving I William committee Tell members" "The asked Viking" for
; CITY COUNCILBird or J
picture show it plan> to give IB 'Sherlock:, Jr." six and seven reel CHAMBEROFCO JMERCEMEN ,

the school auditorium to raise features but found they would

money for purchasing a 18 nun. probably be unable to get these
Chronister and Kir- sound-on-fllm reproducer for use particular pictures on such short I -

, ly to Serve With 4 In practically all departments of notice However, some feature or Ponce to Flay Growers 2 Mile Shore Line Offered

' the school adventure picture will be shown In Local Gym TonightPonce Over Year Ago by
I Re-elected Men County Superintendent Jas.. T. tween the 7 and the) t o'clock
Jaa. Sottile, Sr.
show de Leon High School basketball -
: PLAYFUlTwRITEINSIN
In addition there wlU be "Col team comes to Homestead
I VOTE FOR MAYOR TODAY LAST DAY lege Spirit"" one of the musical tonight for a !battle with H. H. S. BATHING ATOLLS IN

Terry-toons; "How to Fly," a on the Homestead gym court. PLANS PICTURED I

Brooker and Morris Chosen OF WEST ARSON sport reel; "Alluring Ball," a Ponce la fresh from victory over
travel reel; and "Insect Clowns", Miami Beach High School, and Boat Harbor and Sheltered
for Four Years
; a nature picture. Homestead la smarting from a,2J-
Docks Also in Sketch
Burton Loses TRIAL IN MIAMI I The charge for school children defeat-Its first this season- .

,. I I* ten cents and for adults fifteen suffered at the hands of Miami ExhibitedMap J
Three new face will appear In cent In the afternoon and twenty- High School Tuesday -night In
the council chamber at city hall I The ease of George A. West, five cent at night Miami. The game promises to of a preliminary study of

1 i When the council elected charged with second degree arson be anybody' IDone,'* worth. the proposed bayfront park east
Tuesdaytakes !In connection with the burning of In the Miami High game, Homestead of Homestead and Floras City
waa
office .the first of February. 'his grocery tore on West Mowry took the lead at the start '7-3 submitted to the Redland District
ROTES PLAN FOR
They win"'belong to W. R. Bird, ,street last June 29 will probably and at the end of the first quar- Chamber of Commerce Wednesday

automobile dealer T. E. Kirby go to the jury about noon today. ter the score was .-. in favor.. of night by A D. Berne, county
Both the prosecution and the defense VISIT OF 400 IN HHSThe Mlamlana were too !
I packing house manager and E C.Chronliter beautlflcltion engineer, with the
' I : rested yesterday afternoon biff for the little Growers how-
announcement that the county I III
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plaster and stucco con.
I' after West had testified in his own ever, and when Schemer was put ready to start development as soon

tractor. defense. MOTORCADE HEREWednesday' Intel the Same, his leadership and a* deed to..the land I*.obtained. 1

J.lecteyllre: ; Henry, Brookej, I ./rgument of counsel will begin .... 8It! ,a" Ipot Secretary 'Chae,, CUfunw.**we*> Ii'
JIJ3 votes BenJ. W MorN;; 134j tt:30 IhtsTnffilngTTuZrgTBSli;: IF of f 6e.almlil "l&"Itr& Instructed to get In touch with
i meeting the
WIllard criminal court Judge
Frank B. Rue 307; J. G. Wynn, C. Homestead Rotary Club was taken owner of the land at once) with si
1 beingtried
before whom the case *
287fW. R. Bird, 283; T. E. Kirby, announced that h* would up in announcing plans and committees I PAID SECRETARYFOR view to making possible early de-
863 velopmentThe
for welcoming and feeding
allow both side two hours forpleading
Defeated were; Joe L. Burton to the jury some four hundred Rotarians and, proposed development I*
III! Or. Frank Hauaman 218; D.ryfderrck. hundred I members of their families who will FESTIVAL'S the outcome of recommendation
Nearly one wltneu.1 mad to the Dade
1J1.Mr. County planning
subpoenaed in the form a motorcade from Miami fora ,
were
Burton wa the only one of began Monday with the testimony I' tour of South Dade next Wednesday board over a year age following I
AD COMMITTEEA conference of representative South'
the:?present councilmen not reelected of Robert Boyd. discharged meat Dade citizen under of
.* Mr. Chronliter and Mr. cutter who months ago pleaded The motorcade, sponsored by the local chamber of auspices
Kirby have both served former guilty to setting the fire at West's the Miami Rotary Club, Is for the commerce.
publicity committee with a Mention of. bayfront park
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terms on the council, but Mr. Bird behest Boyd reiterated his purpose of acquainting visiting
paid secretary will see that newspapers brought from James Sottile Sr.,
will have his first experience in earlier statement that West paid Rotarian In Miami with the agricultural
I and radio broadcasting stations president of South Dade Farms,
public office him 100 and promised him an ad- resources of Dade County.The .
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In the Miami area have full Inc., an offer of two mile of bay
t' Mr..Braoker, Just,ending a .four I ditional $100 when $,000 In fire potato fields of South Alia- Information on the 1(38 Redland !, front between the Mowry street
year term on the council by virtue Insurance taken out a few weeks pattah Gardens, tomato field of District Fruit Festival before and: tile's offer was that the county

., of being one of the two candidates before the tire should be paid. the East: Glade and the citrus and during that event, scheduled forPe (Continued on Page Six)
receiving the highest number of The credibility of Boyd was attacked avocado regions of Rsdland and week of Feb 28-Mar. S.
vote; will enter upon another with the Introduction In Silver Palm will be visited as
At pf the Redland District Tag Day Nets $47.53
t meeting -
four year term for the same reason court Wednesday of two women will the modern packing houses
again. Mr. Morris, finishing I both of whom claimed to be mar- that serve them. Among thoseIn Chamber of Commerce Wednesday For Play EquipmentThe
two-year term on the council-his ried to him. Mrs. Ruby Younts charge of the tour will be Chas night; George L. Swan
first experience in public office-: Oowan Boyd of Greenville S. C., I. Brook, father of J. R. Brooks, O. B. Parker and Mr*. A. C. Easton election tag day netted the

is also elected to a four year term, said Boyd deserted her several ,past president of the Homestead,I were appointed to serve as a,' Homestead P.-T. A. $47.53, Mrs.
as he wa second high man in the year ago In Greenville, Mr 'Rotary Club, who ll largely responsible -publicity,; committee, and at a directors' 'I Landon Carney, chairman of the
election Laura Harper Sims Boyd of Florida for the motorcade.The meeting afterward the hiring drive reports. This 1* a portion

The vote for mayor of course, City was presented a* the wife motorcade will arrive In of a secretary was authorUe.1 of the amount the association will

went to Mayor Tom Harris, the he married more recently without Homestead at noon for a fish Other committees appointed are: raise for replacing discarded play

only candidate. that Js, except fora going-through the formality of :. fry it Legion hall meeting placeof Transportation, P. B. Bird E. L. ground equipment
few playful wrlttenJalor rotes 2 divorce from his first wife the local club. Vacant Iota ad- Lawrence and J. D. Redd. Mr. Carney was assisted by-

R. t Sherard. 1 for Walter Boyd testified that at West's Instructions (Continued on Page Six) Prizes C H. Steffanl L. L. Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson and the

Freed, t for "Donald Duck." 1 for be purchased IS gallonsof Chandler E. A. Carter Frank B. following hr0school girls: Miss
a radio character and 1 for Charles gasoline at different time and Children's Home Quota Rue Curtis Lee, Chas. Cox and Phyllis P k'iss, Jan Keely,
kept it In the attic of the store He Mill .' 'f'' Mary
Ewlng.A Not Quite Half Raised Mr*. W. J. Krome.Education
said he Ignited the cans of gasoline EUzabeW. HIM I Mary
total of 411 vote was cast, madeof Carl Wagner J. A.Rehwinkel Frances ,
by letting fire to a fuse .i i J' < Bonnie
two of which were Ipolled.i Cross Officer and worker of the Mrs. D. E. Bashor Mr. .
gasoline soaked string. Groover f. ;<'Ilte Murphy -
1 who South Dade division of the Chil- Ben Archer and Mrs. E. J. Dyal.
examination by Fred W. Pine Miss Edr ih end Mis
Lions Hear Ohio Poet with R. A. Hendrlcks was counsel dren's Home Society of Florida, Agriculture, Mr Rue Dr. H. S. Eleanor: SulliZoning ,
(Continued on PaP Six) meeting In Legion hail Wednesday Wolfe, Mr. SteffanL A. F. Arthur,
Read His Own Verses
night at the call of Precedent M.:A. Baker 0. N. WakeflekL

Schedule to Be George L twan, reported subscriptions Floral culture, W. O. Talbott, : Board Calls
Holiday
Harry Brokaw practicing attorney and memberships totaling Meeting in Redland
Mr*. H. H. Ewing Mrs I. P. Me-
of East Liverpool Ohio who : Set at Meeting Jan. 26 1300.The -
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is also a poet and humorist, was South Dad division' quotain Zoning map covering the unincorporated t
guest speaker of the Redland District A meeting of merchants and all the 1938 drive of the Children's ana of Dade County

Lions dub at Its meeting other business men of Homestead Horn Society: ,; 1* $790. The. drive Mechanics Installing from Porcine south will be exhibited -
Tuesday night He read a number has bn set by: the Redland Dis. continue until Saturday night I Crankless Telephones at a public meeting scheduled

of hut own poems which have Met Chamber ot Commerce for 1 however and Mr. Swan wa hope I for I p. m. Thor day, Jan. 37,

appeared la magazine and on p. m. Wednesday, Jan. 2*. la the ful that the quota could be reached, Mechanic this week were busy In Redland school auditorium by .
many radio program chamber of commerce building to by tatwwiv. work during the few Installing the battery type- the county' zoning commission

The tight between Ed Oana- work out a holiday: closing schedule days left. I crankleaetelephone Instruments Owners of property In these
liar and Chas. Pratt will be held for the year 1 M. Both He urge that all persons who and equipment In the various unincorporated areas are Invited
.t next _k'. meeting, It wo Thursday noon closing during the can'contribute! and hove not yet I business houses of Homestead by the commission to attend the

announced. The Bar contest summer and full legal holidayswill been approached, bring; their man preparatory to abandonment of the meeting to hear the pending COt_ '

ruB-eiff also,will take place next be ....-. 11 to J:. L Lawrence, treasurer el magneto type phone oo Jan. 29. ty toning regulation explainedand
week-with George Swan. Carl A schedule worked out at a the South Dade unit. Mrs / T. By that time the telephone exchange ask questions.

Wagner'and George Rush contending similar meeting teat year'proved B. McClroy lUdlsnd, fa secretary will have been moved from Advance Information on the
for the championship. satisfactory to an and avoided,the AH money will be used in tarrying its present quarter in the Odd proposed coring regulation maybe
''Two new member were welcomed confusion of last minute canvas .on the work of the southern Fellow building 00 N. W. First obtained by calling at Doom

: J. L, Doolittl and.Martin, lug to determine each closing branch horn of the society la Mi- street W the quarter constructed 415 of the.county court, home. laMiami.
1. .a.'oessle r. Jr. J '1r*"' foe JrttaWta' former years r imt, for it oa N. W Second street. -


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& ..law Two THE LEADER-ENTERPB1SE Friday, January 14 1938Character

!shed the tort of December ands I Mr Pact was educated m
I l IJ Training in Schools Here j I j CHURCH ;UTICES ''te now Uviac in the Bens men srlvaniK. and came here from
of the 11 car UII.OM"I
bu diIIC'ftoe subject
Cited at Florida Baptist Con'entionia nuT BArnsT ClIncH I o'clock service will bt "The God- I
1 Jan. M Mantac raMB en Chain of Love," and at the 7 I maintain in..<
; life Betas d ah adsr .- -E UM too oram this .ha been neglected ',1 by the "v, A. M. Tides of j dock service, the minister! "'Ill,1'tWtimII I[making te jut the tame us It,
two.IN.am i1a..........--.. to our public tchoote. The',' rhUadrtahU. oaa* God Vow the study of the New way --."
;r wa called to the ....... ft MM:i|:Urn ha cone for a new enphasil i I 1 Later I,...., eem aasa: Tb !1 Testament Church and him aubjex.I Boy_"Hoar. do you kniw7
,' Florid Batttet cBavanaon whfcbctoaad upon the UK of the Bible and. l nwa Growth of the K mg- I will bt "A Bible ." OirJ-;-'I MM read about a
; Moons at the Beat ai *- I ti''rfcaneter trahtlnc to our publicschools. does of CM. AU are invited alto to attend maiden who sat and listened.
i fist Church In JadkMvfO* ywteaar .' I Jag U Fraser .-tta. I the Bible school which .begins *t i lyt' all the evening
IB a report on Chrteuaoeducation 1 t,i -For the pad foal Years wa mhjecfcTb* rralf W SlWhuunc. 110 *, m. Christian Advocate
wrtttoa fey the R r. C. bar bad a system of duunetefduntfcm ." (
9. Water of Homestead and read: in the schools otHane-' ,
1 I by Dr. J L Startle of ...... Mr..stead wk I would like to see CHJJSTtAN SCIENCE CIICB.Cn i f
W.... iliafciiia of the -' -I to every school to the ", Ie. Th' Jan. H- taaoa.per topic.[ ,1
OF THANKS
CARD
: Vet as Chrfcftkm edoeaUoa Was plus wa worked out earelwBr by '?eft,
< unable to attend tb* convection/1 the prteripat and the local! .,..-t ,
become at attmdanot M a wit- tor. At present w* are using ST. 10JUf'l$ plnClI I
Was at the West trial the great characters of the BM*.It Jan. II lied after E0ihaaji -
: Tb report In put follows: i beginning to Oneav W* go to 7JO, Rely Eaebartet I appreciate the confidence'ana *
j Th purpose of this report to the schools one a week for twenty US. church school: II.mattes
to show the progress of Christian;I minute Tb school te divided and aernwa; Into five beginning with .
; education M our Able and to nct t croup ple' IAeagae.I
pst some Way lA MhJCil W* can the fifth grade and gains through!
the twelfth End Each pavtorpmrota election. I wish to the citizens ,
help to iU further advancement I CARD OF THANKS" assure
-No one will doubt the need of i bit character to each I I
W take this of thanking
t Chrktiaa education today Our;end ta rotaUoa. and .* w* go means '
Homestead that I will
our many friends who have txpnaed of give
; prcaurt program ha been mad I through the year. There ha never,
before and since
: sympathy
1 possible throve our Christian been word of criticism We speak
I leaden, and our progress in the I:to all the chfldren.: The principal Uter the palliD of our mother and the same careful consideration to
: future depends Christian ha told that he sees a difference ,
i 1 upon Mr. and Mr*. C. W. McEwen: ,
,. leader That*tilp.we have a great work to:'art to tie held children and when when they these are dames not II*1 I I Mr. and tin. W. IL Mobley, the city's business in the future ad '

Is being carried
do evident at. bald Th plan now
te mad by a glance
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oo successfully tn at tract ten Evangelist John R. Pack
/ aora of our statistics. Our pop-, I have in the pastFRANK
ulation te 1.U .K*. Of this number ,of the schools of Dade County. I i Church of Christ Pastor
-When I think of Stetson Uni-
t 11XMI are Baptist W* are -
the larfeatLJcliciou croup there I, v rtty I am grateful for a school I I All are invited to come to the B. RUE J
; 4 for we have the creator rcspoatibfflty where the principle of Christ pre'Church of Christ on Sunday say I S
Not half of our population vail. W* do not need to fear Evangelist John R. Pack. the new '.
r te being reached by the any of the destructive tendencies pastor who with Mr*. Pack ar-I
combined etch of our denomination found la other quarters. Under I
s *. Alien Influences are at Doctor Allen phenomenal proem
} work. Worldly Influence bat bas been made. A school principal 1
a rip upon our state. Crime teoa I who te not a Baptist aid, MAKES MIR MONET
ti the Increase, Our load camp "Stetoon te undoubtedly beet
.{ are Cued with young men wear school to the state today
fee stripe "A Baptist w* have every rea-
"Tb time has com to make oa to be grateful tor all of our 1
QirMiaa education more than educational tnctttuootu. We have
( )uat a report In our convention.It in the Southland today four Ifaeo TILK PLEmlll1
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needs to become a movement logical schools with 127S studen' I :
among Florida Bapttets. W* need{enrolled There are tvent*cinr
to CbrMUaniae our home, our enter colleges add uniwrs Ue-.
puWk school our e0ca andufMvenibea with 17415 student twentt one
i and m some cases Junior eoHeCN with S.642Rfteea students r er rad
our tboto. 1nal ebootaThto I aeademae with 1S73 co-
an be done by putttosth nIIJe4."Our.
emp M.B on the study of the I! Baptist student get nays:",
: Bible and prayer tn our bomn, and j I are dosing t great work IB our
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In our local Sunday schools awl state school and our Bat. ,t
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dittrcbe I( we can lay a real; student unions are imkinc C"- '
fourtdaUon at faith in Cry: herein evident oa all of our c"lnx ,Tpuan. -
the trader heart of our boys' We should str'f T t:Jjf -
'. and pith we nerd not fear that!:in every possible way to rn...lee '"
their fault will be dishes to the;i tUu thoroughly Chn t.an
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,. Cod atone know what will be the#I r Said th* coals1 couMad c.. '
,i't tutor of our sage and ...... a better world than *hi>' R ,
"'Our Catholic and Jewish friends i I It i Said the sale That u a r y G-d G 'tassume
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have valued. the need ., wUgiaus' put you here Go do iGrafflln. "

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',1' eNET talk* to take PLAIN brilliance and thrift plaft"a cant-=
Thanks
Many I M a tarn up and downAotomoUle
You get comfort of a new $102
I Row and tee 2
kind with Knee-Action Oil
it about Buick.First .
what lays ae+ ...
Ibe front and the aooopof the eeautr.eatiatti

: off yoM discover that year-OuiCoiIToaoua.Fu. eTMre MMcut c..et.,'""
Ibis sparkling stepper is SrIll'tOlNO-on' the reII' fill w..ao=.;:, ==

for the Votes the low *t-f>nced of all the On tttpof thatyou elbow- ,c..w--:"jfy" :".yM.M J."*".
-.t-e.&IItsoflts' }t Hn ? !!. :=
roomleg-room.head-roonIi '-' !
Next-itfists at lower figure*, smartness inside and out; a r",' 4 Q w u_s.r

even, than some sixes do, and probably the lightest, --_._--
and it'*within a dollar or two" wettest, pleasantest handling aawcrosa 1t01IUICII OIUAIY
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e week of several other wheel you ever laid! nuns

Bat me story isa't told in the hands on! lay war. 0., s lit cpss ,

bar price*-it's told in the AH in ollthis greatBuicVii the -+w ::::- -. .ie1 us !
astonishing amount those car that make little money :sura :.ssr.r: r4"--

modest figures cottrlla do a lot of big talking-that'* Oft..:- ..... : "=% 't::
W. R. (DICK) BIRD I why there's such a mighty .......:.-,y"e 'i, ...r.... '
the Sracui*for instance v_.......e ,
feeling
you get 122-inch wheelfine to owning it t::.' -.7::::.

base 107 horsepower with Go look tt the price tig', ...... ..::;= -= ,.

strmight-eiflit smoot cress, and what's, behind them anJyoull '
vslrvtn-hoKJ efficteflcy.sflj spend from now on in ,, '
the exclusive new DTNA. lifel


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A.R. CAVES HEADS Redland Cajen Lose vicinity, has Its offices, display

To l\IlamllUlh 44-30 room and service department at
6 South Krome avenue, with H.
CHRISTIAN MEN'S P. McDaniel as general snaaager AN ARMY
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The first fame of the season for
and Deacon
Green in charge of the I
the Miami High School basketball repair work. i SERVICE

DGTRICTJJNION I team brought It a 44-30 victory The location, two doors south of' for

over the Redland five on the the bank, is convenient to all who
The Redland District Christian latter1 court last Friday night have business In Homestead's 'j

Uen't Union wilt tit headed by The Sttngerees floor was some shopping section, and Mr. Mc- SOUTHERN BELL telephone employ are
Albert Caves during 1031. At the what ragged in spots and they Daniel extends a cordial Invitation emtandr mining la keep pace with a changing buI_ They
annual meeting of the organization missed a considerable number of to the public to call In and look work Individually, yet m cooperative parts of M etginliaUan, knit .
in the chamber of commerce building shots at the basket Lefty over the 1938 Oldsmobile models. together by loyalty to the service.In these mpettt they are like a vat
Tuesday _,.an stay for public icrvlce.
night ht wt elected
Schemer war horse of the
gridiron
Their ranks aumbetcd some 20 JOO mm and women II die end of
president John Grave, vicepres I I and .
star SUngeree athlete hawed
1957. four nation
ident growing by 1.800 ever 1938. Their payroll was
and George M. FrIck
leer lack
his of practice In the mechanical dollar, don "
higher than b the previous year.leaching M$ 000,000.
fetary-treasurer. I
I feature of the game but roost of.which n>spent In their home_ul tIeI.
.., The board of directors will be his direction of play and the con- During the yew. this army not only maintained the telephone
competed of the following delegates I fidence he brought to the reef of "pliiu* for your Vie but constructed over 27,300,000 worth of new
from the! various church: the team were oaf fart** in PALMICE bdliuct lo meet the increased demand for aenl lo Al the end of the
Jennings Rehw'nkel: and O HI I th jir win. year, then WM about $2>> invested !. your telephone "plant" per
Frick, Baptist church; A. It Caves Hunt c.' telephone.An .
and Scott. wet* fee of- ,
and Lee Lehman, Episcopal average of 1.1 l loch mill per cia, per telephone were bandied
feAfttve hot shots of the colle -
Church; Thomas E. Kirby and game I IIvtIJ. la 1937.or nine million calls < In aiMltlon. tome 3.BOO,000 loll
Ung 17 and 18 pointa'r spent-1
George L. Swan Catholic church; and long distance call were completed! In 1917.
The defensive of
Wlltord M. F'fleld and Vane Harris play A gain In telephone in 1937 brought the Southern Belt Comp -
Tucker and Duncan Mood oat CClumbers .J total 1 fMOpV the end 'Ihe
Presbyterian Church; Frank ny i to by year.
Stillman and W. H. Cast, Redland I with 10 points led the TaxM increased by about $575MO mounting 17900.000 paidto
Community church, Harold! Sheffield scaring for the hope)*** Federal Si*.. County and Alllnldpa\lO"m'menta In 1917.
and John Graves, Florida i'back who have yet to Important lip,.. iheM. But more Important to telephone aim
City Community church; George I thisytar. DIGIMIa4.I! General] h the army for..mil!. whose sale aim b to give the "matt telephone
Cooper and William E. RheneyJ I service and the best at the lowest possible ont consistent with the ,
Oldsmobile Agency financial safety of the bu.I...."
delegates at large. I i
The work of the union fine Is !I Moves to Krome Ate. Public Utilities t'
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Co. r
organization a year ago was i AND .
viewed by Willard Flflcld. re-I The Plagler Motor Co., Olds-s Homestead Theme SOS-M\ I INCOlrOIATIDAikfor I
president 'mobile dealer for Homestead and _
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I rived the lilt of December and I Mr Pack WM educated ID ]
I i Character Training in Schools Here ':CHURCH: / 'lit now livlig In the Hausman ytvtnls and came here from I Iner

; ... building. The subject of the 11 111
r Cited at Florida Bantist Convention
nUT \PTI8T' CHURCH o'clock service will bo "The Go'd-!
.1 I Jaa. It ..;. Hernia en Chain of Love," and at the T I Glrl-"I maintain that
The system o* eharaeVr education J!but .toe often ttile ha been neglected I by the Rev ,\. M. Vivien o'clock service, the minister will making I* just the same as i ItI
I la fcc .Itt Bomestesd'i school in our public school The: Philadelphia onI* God continue the study of the New way* was."
\ wae called to the attention of the I[time lui come for a new emphssl.*" LateT Evening aernMai: Testament Church and hill subject I Boy,-"How do you know!
florid Baptist convention which{upon the use of the Bible and Unseen Growth of the Kingdom will be "A Bible Conversion," Girl-"I Just to"td about a {
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closed It* teuton* .t UM Flnt Baptlrt character training In our public ef Ood." All are invited also to attend maiden who sat and Jistened
Church In Jacksonville yeslenJay schools* I Jan. 19 Prayer the Bible school which begin et I lyre iH the ewnlng."-
I In a report on Christian "For the peat four" yean we (object "The Fruit ef 10 a_ m. Chtlatian Advocate
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education written by; the Rev, C have hatS a system of character Winning." __ __ __
i M. Walker of Homestead and read education In the ichool o( Homestead I I
by Dr. J E. Martin of Bartow. Mr which I would like to see CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ,' "
Walker chairman of the committee la every ichool In the state, The j Jan LeKnvermon: II
on Christian education, wat plan wai worked out carefully by "life." CARD OF THANKS <.
unable to attend the convention i the principal and the local pin- i "
because of attendance M a wttreii ton. At present we are using I .
ST. lO"" gnncnlalloo
; at the West trial 'the gnat character* of the Bible,
II and after Eplphanjri
The report in part follow: I beginning In Cenesii. We go to T.30, Holy aI'I 1 I appreciate the confidence'and '
f "The purpose of thli report If,!the school once a week for twenty 1.38, church ichool; 11, 1 I
to show the progreaa of Christian minutes. The school 1* divided anil sermon; 130: Yeung Feepie's I given in Tuesday
S education: In our state and to *ugfeit -I Into five group, beginning with I Le.ae.I support me '
tome way In which we can the fifth grade and going through 11 t
I, help In its further advancement i i I the twelfth grade. Each pastor CARD OF THANKS election. I wish to assure the citi-; .;
"No one will doubt the need of present hi* character to each|I
Chrlitlan education today. Our I' grade In rotation, and so we go I We take this mean of *
I our many friend who have of Homestead that I will give
present progreia ha* been nude through the year There ha* never' zens
I possible through our Chrlitlan ,been It word of criticism. We speak pressed sympathy before and.
I leaden, and our progreia In the I I I I to all the children. The principal the passing of our mother the same careful consideration to
liter.
: future depend upon Chrlitlanleadership. hat laid that he aee* a difference
1 Mr. and Mr*. C. W.
the children when these classes
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{ I "That we have a great work to''are' held and when they; are not I I Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Mobley. the city's business in the future ad

do li made evident by a glance at.aome held. The plan la now being carrIed -
of our atatlstlca. Our pop-;I 1 on successfully In at least ten Evangelist John R. I have in the pastFRANK
of the school of Dade County.
\. ( xilstlon ia 1,139,063. Of this number I | Church of Christ
133,201 are Baptlsta. We are I[ "When 1 think of Stetson. University
< the Jartlt..rell.lou. group, there-, I am grateful for a school I I All are Invd to come to B. RUE \
I lore we have the greater reiponiblllty. where the principle of Christ prevaiL ,Church of Christ on Sunday; I'
f { Not half of our populatlon W* do not need to fear Evangelist John B. Pack, the
I ll being reached by the any of the destructive tendencies pastor who will Mr. Pack
} t combined effort of our denominations found In other quarter*. UnderDoctor -------- ------ ---
I. i Allen Influence are at Allen phenomenal progrea*I ,
work. Worldly Influence have has been made. A school principal
1 \, l grip upon our state. Crime III I who 1* not a Baptist said, HONEY I
I on the Incre.... Our road camps "Stetson h undoubtedly1 the best HAKES YOUR
S art filled with young men weal"*. school In the state today."

) tot itrlpe. "A Baptists we havw every rea-
"The time ha* come to makeChristian son to be grateful for all of our
education more than educational ''nstltutlo.u. We have
Juit a report in our convention.It in the Southland today four theo TALK PLERTY II iiI
need to become a movement lolclltchDOI. with 1273 students
among Florida Baptiit We need enrolled. There are twenty-nine
to Christianize our home, our senior college arid univenltlc i
public school our college* and with 17S1S studenti, twenty-one
universities, and In some cases junior college* with 8,642 students
i I our theological schools."This fifteen acsdemlei with 1,973 en I
.'. can be done by putting! rolled. '
\ ( : the emphails" on the study of the "Our Baptist student secretaries!
Bible and prayer In our homes, and are doing a great work In our
in our local Sunday; school and state school and our BaptiststuAint I
churches. If we can lay a real union I arc making ( i>n t
foundation of faith In Christ herein evident on all of our tollcgt :i impuses. I
the Under hearts of our boys We should strive in IP38 I
and girls we need not fear that In every possible way; to miki.. our I
\ their faith will be ahaken In the stale thoroughly Christian
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day* to oome It we tall here -
God alone knows what will be the I
Said the cynic; "t could hivf..
< future of our stale and nation made a better world than this\ I
Our Catholic and Jewish friends Said the sage: That Is why. ; Cod I I
have realuted the need of religious put you here Go do It. S W
("I instruction for their boys and girls, Orafflln, I





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bare prices-it's told in the All in alt,this greajButck Is the :: : :::" ;':=:.:,._n -
astonishing amount those car that mnkes little money = _B_", --

modest figurelCo'Vcrl! do a lot of big talking-that's .:::' .i:::
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room and service department at
To Miami High 41-30
e South Krome avenue, with H.
CHRISTIAN MEN : P McDaniel as general manager AN ARMYI'
The first game of the season for
and Deacon Green In charge of the
the Miami High School basketball repair work. SERVICE

DISTRICTJJNION, team brought It a 44-30 vic- The location two doors' south of for
tory over the Redland five on the the bank Is convenient to all who i
The Redland District Christian latter1 court last Friday night have business in Homestead's i j

Men's Union will be headed by I The Stlngerees floor was somewhat shopping section, and Mr. Mo- SOUTHERN ttU. telephone employea are
Albert Cave during 1838. At theannual ragged In pots and they Daniel extends a cordial Invitation constantly training to keep pea" with a thar.gtnf baslneah They
meeting of the organizationIn II missed a considerable number of to the public to call In and look work Individually, yet as cooperative: parts of a* organisation knit
the chamber of commerce building shots at the basket Lefty i over the 1931 Oldsmobile models together' by loyalty to the teroict.' I* then roped they are like a vast
Tuesday night, he was elected Schemer, war hone of the gridironand amy aa army lot public service.Their .
I tanks numbered seine W.SOO amen and women at the end of
I president, John Craves, vice. president star SUngeree athlete
show
I leS7. growing by I/WO ever 1930. Their payroll was four mulletsdollars .
and George M. Frick, sec- lack
ed his of practice In the mechanical
higher than" the previous" year,teaching dose ra.Z.6,000,000-
f tary.treaaurer. I feature of the game but mat of which was spent In their home communities.
,.... The board of directors wilt be
.. 'hit direction of play and the con- During the year this army not only maintained the telephone
composed of the following delegates fidence he brought to the rear of "'f>I.nllot your uw, but committed over J27.500.000 worth of new
from the various churches th| team were major factors' tb HcfliUes lo meet the Increased demand for icrvla. At the end of the
Jennings elm ukel and C M. rhflr win year, there was about $2S1 Inflated la your telephone "plant" pertelcplxxx.
FrIck, Baptist ( i"arch, A. R C.res I .
Hunt and Scott wer* the offensive ;
and Lee Lr>man, Episcopal hot shots of the game An average ol fd local calls I per day per telephone were hantlled
Church; Thomas 4 Kirby and lecting 17 and 13 points< *cut-j: In 1957, or nine million calla a day In addition some CMO.OOO toll
George L. Swan, Catholic church; and long distance calll were completed! hi 1997
ivaly The defensive) play I at
Willard SI Flflrld\ and Vine Harris : A Vain In telephone in 1917 brought the Southern Bell Com-
Preibyterl&'i, Uiuroh' ; Frank ,Tucker and Duncan Mood ml C.,l p.n,'. IOta to 1080.000 by the end of the year.
Chambers with 10 points led the
Stillman and W. H. Cast, r-dland: I Taxes increased by about $575000, mounting to $7.000,000 paid
Community church; lljiold Sheffield scaring for and John Graven, Florida backs who have yet to win a Important figure, hoe. But more important to telephone Mere
game
City Community church; George!,this year.Oldsmobile. ., General f b the army for aorta, whose tole aim la to give the "mast telephone) r
Cooper and William E. Rheney, mice and till bat, at the lowest possible cent consistent with the
financial of the buitnen."
Agency safety
delegates at large. I
The work of the union since la Moves to Krome Ate Public Utilities '
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Co.
organization a year ago was reviewed I AND ..
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by Willard Flfield retiring The Flagler Motor Co., Oldsmobile I Homestead Phone IOS-M .. IMCOMOIATIO
president. dealer for Homestead and -
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raUfahlng Cs.r fO& THE tJ'al' 1

Ml ARCHER .-_._._ Editor TAKING OrWAS
K MAUOm UAC1L ARCHEKAssociate ALrJ.I. Told Us

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v CSTABLISHED
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Entered as second elaa* mallSMttcr
at LONG X Y FLOB/QA.
llMrrh 5, 111*, at the Best -th.t s certain dark, handsome''
mo* noaaestead..florid" artier AfA2CJ19.35flYN.'vGJdJAw young man ia sporting a permsM, '
the not *f Starch S. ,in*. rent wave acquired about midt-,
night bat Bight ,
saw nucc ii n A n.u 99 CMICAG,ORIC s e .

Thank God for Lipstick -that Miamff traffic and'parW;,
ing congestion win be.II'I.I11.re* ft
Beyond noting that the urea of lleve when. the hundred of "wttV,::1
_ceemette Ilk*'the tow of.adversity ....." from! Homestead '1ft re11 .
art. sometime\ .....' and t leafed front attendance.**' k er.:; .
sometimes sour, our Interest In Win case, slated.to 'to.the Jurytoday / / .
the subject lagged until w* dla / tf
covered the affinity of-Up rouge US DA7WO .. e .. e. e. .. \,
for drinking glaaet. Now we know -41aat..,.._'Conscience Ja. :at\i
know: that sip-rouge-- .i* really Nr srnall advantage-. to .would....:.
something this country, needs. OUNC77PAUD F'' s eve aeepen"ta.norlb.- part; of town.

ThoM. bright colored splotches r where yapping little dog hold
left on drinking glasses by persons -f forth the whole night through. ,
unknown are a sign whichall

can understand. They signal dusted?. Are not our street lined
dancer ahead MAWA with rare palms and other tropical '.
,+! Was she blonde or brunette; tall, SA/LFSEI6Ft beauties*
, l abort, or squat: was the a harridan Isn't our little city equipped
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1 t or dowager; demirep or debutante; with every modern comfort and
waa ahe forlorn or gay? The glass convenience and managed by an
I incarnadine yields no clue. But official board making every effort .
.the mouth-print warns that other to free us from the curs of '
lips have pressed the glass' that li' killing taxes? He should have
about to be pressed by youn .The waited long enough to learn about ",
virginal Integrity of I paper} our municipal library, long
cup ia not to be claimed for such enough to glimpse our magnificent

I I glow I school buildings and long enough ,
Yet men too have drunk from Ole Nor GQANG4TE'Oaf to make I few personal friends.
glasses and they leave on them no f BGCOME .eANC/O" "Climate-. Well climate Is a
visible mouth-print to mark the ,i big asset, I admit But to climate
apot We hive no with to hasten! we have) added I long list of other
the day when men crowd women The KORESHANS, a religious sect who ther contend that the general conceptionestablished sterling essentials
out of mirrowa in order to applymakeup I a colony at Estero near Fort that the earth ia convex is simply an optical 'When' you drive back to Miami *
But we do raise it asa Myers some yean ago are convinced that illusion. The manner in which they ," I told him, "Go straight up
question of privilege whether the world is a hollow ball and that we connect astronomy mathematic and Krome avenue, (this Is Krome)
contamination from male mouths live within this enormous globe They geometry with their religion is quit* until you strike the Tamlaml trail
ahould be allowed to pan along are equally certain that the sun, the amazing and is explained in detail 1* and then turn east You will see
, I from one person to ()fta next, unseen -' moon, the stars and three Layers of attheir literature. The colony is unique ia thousands of .acre* of ripeningoranges
immwked
.
Thank Ood the
are inside the earth. This otherrespects, too. No one is paid in limes, grapefruits, avocados "
j broader half anyway leave Incriminating strange belief is supported by certain money for labor but everyone is furnished and other tropical fruits.,Its .
evidence
I .Jlealth '"' a rare slghV that will do ;yougood"
Officer News Dlle.t.roU'EIl principles of geometry and trigonometry, the necessities of life. .
J} according to the Koreshans, and they fur :., >
I Homestead ought to keep a live
IUD.!. OPENS .
wire on our principal thoroughfares -
Fernandlna, Jan 13 (FNS) The ,_.. to waylay these wealthy and
Iin dally activity to keep the crop
eye of the nation will be focusedon I northerners Inform them
f FROM OUR MAIL BOX flyaway tourists do who drive ignorant
historic Fernandina oo Jan. 14. I through, make no Inquiries and no I what we have here and present
when leading Industrialists, finan- I friends and after spending an hour, each of them with a brief circular
cial and editorial figures gather: ADVICE TO -KENTVCK"Editor I and that ran Into muscular leave with the Impression that full of "points',
as guests of Governor Cone to pay I rheumatism My wife absolutely -: they have "done" the plpcei Holllster sage
tribute to the walk of the distinguished Leadef-Enterprlae: I against\ her doctor's order, announced -i But the man Item -n* state of !Homestead Jan. 13, 1938.
Georgia scientist, Dr of readers "We are going straight j'
Perhaps one your I blue grass pastures and tine hone
Churl' Holmes Herty, on Florida wouldlike to hear about a gentleman -I! back to Homestead", and bj careful I stint get into Ms car without a Setting and Laying
Industries
Day I met dust after my return short days of driving we land- "
bee or two In bill bonnet. Cllmata'. "Sendentary work, said the col-
launching The occasion of the will witness the from the North I WM limping I ed her right side up. |Ha\ent we more than 7000 acres legs professor, "tends to lessen
mill new $9000000 along the main street in front of If that Kentucky man could | already planted to early potatoes the endurance." ,

paper- --_... -- some store when he accosted me have seen me four month ago: I that will make shipments ot 30 to "In other words," the student
Afterthought pleasantly' with 'Do you Jive before Ien., stepping along Just i 135 carloads dally presently Have butted In, "the more one sits the
Mandy had been given leave to here I assented, when he gra- u jauntily and as supple a* that i I we not tomatoes, beans, cauliflower esa one can stand"
attund her slaters wedding, and on etousty and patronizingly said, successful realtor. Cameron, he squash, and a dozen other "Exactly," retorted the professor -
her return entertained her employer "Nice place but you don't have wouldn't have pitied me. Kaln- 'der winter vegetable "and if one lies a great deal,
with a full account of the much besides climate do ;you?" tuck couldn't see anything more t I proportion, with canneries to tn-I one's standing is lost compl.telEx. ,.'
proceeding After listening to a He was from Kentucky, had a big in Homestead than hundred of for the surplus and 10 .
glowing description of the gowns car, good clothes and a fine hat,
the' wedding breakfast and tlMIIItII" I but I could ace there wasn't much r etr.
of a head under It.
Mandy employer said: .
"You haven told me anything I said I was limping along. which
about the bridegroom, lol What Is he like?" hadnt been struck by a car "ner
"Why, ma'am!" was the reply, nothln, but four months ago my
1'\ Mat man he never did turn up.- wile and I went north. After two
Tit Bits. months there I caught influenza
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Saw are a d.ee as**ft Vow own aserOeNS% lasee'e a ke le' we'_ aN sac
SOW" ass, wan ese..r.s .rseddee, neemad deeed..e a.d .. asp se004 .
election. sl 4d whew AIM r tae bead et s.-.r eeiMN. r dd.t.e M
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@fl bali night "Ye. 1 MM to watch
1itf 1HU111AUI1Ii111t1A1111i1a1lUllS {
REDLAND F. F. F. the Big Apple and I love to do It;
By WBU Baxter The Redland Rattler the only: thing I can't do I ill truck: "'

20 Years
AgoIIIIIihIlimil1Rllli111iliIIilililllifUllll Redland F. F. A. Will BY nOUXT HAKKNEM Two vocal Vssoa teacher........wen* discussing I

Attend Fair at
TampaAt the trautle eta student
( Oa Thursday afternoon Mrs. Gaby a* the "Girt With the Cherriea. :- linger after a recital.
,' .... ......... ..... Tuesday Blgbfr meeting of rurr,'* third end pupil prep ." Betty LoU at "The* Boy With i What, to your caiotoa, I* WTOM
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m their
d a .salaa..e..5M.M.a Redland Future Farmers knated meet interesting chapel the Rabbit", Bay Kaata aa the i with berT" asked. one.That" .
'. ea. er"ta ramie.Ice.M..fi. sa aara.ar a. clubhouse arnngement were made prognat. A play entitle Tb "Blond Boy." Melba Bond a* Imple," replied Ute
,=.:t.IT.A wMa w Blast for I trip to the state fair In Tampa. Thirf of Time was given after asi WhtaUer* "..otI**. Thai wa other 'ft at |uat another case atIncorrect
t The fair committee la composed of introduction by Doric StagtaimTaejcaal the tintbIT program that vsjtaaplaoaneat""Hmta .
*-" maw meeting wm called for Don Lair, Ebnet Hampton and of character WIll u fa- the student have been chores living cnayt*. But )rut how
Monday night a A. King washandmaid L. C Davis. Those uhf plan td attend tow: JJU1* Bar Johnny, by Johnny picture Mary: E. WOUarai do you mea their ,
-. for mayor and wa are Rex Romaine,Billy Campbell Yates; 1IW Ier, Greene Burry; then cave a leading. Aa guest "Wen. them a* only on correct
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elected a. permanent chairman lUchtrd Insets Richard Ball, slater Miriam Bpimer. Time tlSOjdartw speaker Mr. C a. Nairn tit the placement tor that vole that I
and C ... Fisher a* permanent Junior B6ier4' AU ia' Hartford. Redland Island
Procrastination, |the thief Community Quirca gavt ilia &N- a deserted la the
) 7 secretary Nominations were then Don Lair, Elmer Hampton, L. C X time). Richard Lenny. Dog' a talk. | PactfJe.- ,
declared for S. XI Davte. Harold Hampton, Geerfe
open nuyor. Wade John; Cat Omar SUk;!
/ King ..IInIIInW by W. / ,.... Gratwell, B'U Hwnptou. Keith - -
Hhntea. OH; Elves: Bop; and From the mlgnnxnts that cants ,
Warren wood, and Walter .
Docknation Goacmaa Canchoioa. by Sally LM Bryant teacher gave before CkrMma
Thompson. Oth** msmban! Inrluttod a plan.' (and expected to discus in Monday NATUROLGAS
tile nominee. For town deB O. January Ml* the annual Future sol fcslncductiortby 'I j
by Margaret Gaby aa classes) w* think they must
.r L CavH placed In nomination the Farmer Day nt the fair, and on Betty Lett and a KVln have gotten hold of the book "How I i
JJ. name of It X. Kdwrdi; S. E. Livingston that day: all \k* Future Farmer "Wh t th* Ctock Say.' by to Loa Friend and Alienate Peo I II
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wu nominated by S. B. in the state bits expected to attend '
W. A. Kennedy William Inframnd ple" Now we wish they'd turn
" Cameron. After considerable I and to war the official Future '
Edward rye.Tbi to "Uv Alone and tike It" Unless I
art discussion it wi settled that Mr. Farmer W pa. They win betaken I COOKING I
they change considerably, II
I tI'. fair and welcomed
Edwaids had the right to run although tote:
' seventh grade boy, they'll need It for their old age.
sponsored
'II.. he I* a holdover council During he diy a livestock Judging
man. Both were declared nominee :team to Judge beef cattle and a by Mb Katherine Cut, held I AND
*. The nominee for tie tax I vegetable and fruit judging teamto the weekly assembly program to And ao we're back: In the same I II '
a ueisonhlp wen A. F. Ccnnett Judge citrus fruit will represent ,the auditonum Friday John Ben- old rut, only more*o and II bit further I WATER .
, and A. H. Love. Considerable every South Florida chapter in the son fed the devotional, Miss Fisher behind In our work. The students I
, discussion was had M to the method fair activities led the group la community are writing fir Into the night HEATING I
of nominating the council- Visitor present were Mr. and I singing and Mary Ann Brown lave -term paper no doubt. At lent
men. Finally It wa decided Mr*. H C. Reeley, James and brief history of fix famous paintings we have for consolation the fact
, that any number of mIll might be Henry Dixon: and Douglas Sweet and their painter A* she Introduced that our doer teachers will get a* I Virgil D. Lyon I III I
nominated, and that each man ing them the following students much' of a headache grading them '
could vote for a* many M he wish After the meeting every one enjoyed posed: Frank: Jones a* the a* we did writing them. N. Krsme Ave.
ed up to ten. Of the eighty-three refreshment. I"Baby Stuart", Gloria Sage a*I 'L
, present sixty-nine wen voter I I I the "Age of Innocence" Margaret Heard at the gym last basket- -:- -,
and the ballot for the nominee ----
Tribute to MemoryOf
gave the following result: Joe Pay
Burton, C W. Little F. S. Loomis F.S.C.W. Teacher .
, W. H. Syke! E. O. Caret W. T.
Lanier W. T. Pennlngton J. F. Tallahassee Jan. 1J-THbute
Umphrey J. T. Vana, and 0. H. was paid to the memory of the late
" Sullivan fee cooncllmea. Mill Maude Schwalmeyer, former
"Howard Lamb, rho 1.1 now head of the"I'Iorida State College '. FORD: OFFERS, IWO NEW CARS
employed In'the northern part of deMMMUNrtfon acheed, by: th* eoI-
Ole lUte, to a victim of the let +association her recently
visual .." | la mokitsDO adopted
,"' .-"Leo A. Hsuser ha enlisted in following/ tee dS to Memphis, and their PRICES LOW
r the aviation section of the naval Tenn, the alumnae state: ".r keeps
; zeserve unsurpassed work a* an educator
-'JIll. 3. M. Dobbin to slowly i* reflected in the live of thousand I
recovering from her operation and at boys and girl who
will be around a* usual in a shorts ed the school under her eswncl-I
time" (Florida City.) and of women students of
.' -"Mr, and Mr*. Husband and loge who profited by her influenceand
.. daughter are occupying their new training"
N bungalow on Seventh Street. Miss Schwalmeyer served the 1rw..t
(Florida City). college for 28 years. II I I"Charley n...w..
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N MNa
I .wa.
-"Mr*. J W. Hunt has rented the

Teet house which she will use as Fuch look a* if life ) .t... .....s.a.. 'Vs.
4 I hospital Mrs Melloy. will in the navy agreed with him. He iw tr
,+ move to Wlnterhaven, Fla, the I I. enjoying a holiday stay with hill I.
latter part of the month, to car family" I I"Owing
for her grove""Representatlvei to the growth of his I.f f I.t.
:? from South business, Don E. Ferreyra has employed 1
Dade met la the school auditorium Min Carrie Rapp a* cash-I t.
, last Sunday afternoon to complete
their report of the Red Cross membership ler"Cheate) Saunders succeeds: t.j
I drive. A. C. Graw presided George Reynolds a* freight .,enL" ,
and Mayor SUling acted a* "Rev., C G. Nelson, who was t.J
I+ secretary, The Miami branch formerly pastor of the Florida| j
j asked the people of the territory City M. E.Church, and U now par;
M south of Gould to turn in 200 new I tot of the Melbourne M. J
i member Below ill the list of wa recently elected Jr of thptlplace. |
the captain, Homestead, W. Florida City send congratulations -, '
Borne; Redland, Mrs. to that city and to the]
Brewer; Silver Palm, Mr*. A. D'j maypr.elect" 'r
. Chandler; Naranja, Mrs. '-"A complimentary dance wa)
Camp; Florida City Edward given W. C Mead la the paviUioa I
lag; Could. Mr*. C W. Bush;1 on Monday evening by many of his]I
Princeton, Mrs. E. A. Dibble. local friends." (Florida City). I

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CARD OF THANKS .

, U. are two new Ford can for engine, cost less to ran than any other:

j : I take this method. thanking the voters of 1938-the De Lixe and the Ford car ever built
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s. Homestead for their confidence in re-electing I Standard-differing in appearance, And both new cars are priced low.

, me to the city council. I appointment and price-but built on Low price, like economy i* a Ford tra

j I J. G. WYNN the tame dependable Ford chassis. dition. Ford founded the low-price field 1

Both bring you the basic advantage 30 Jean ago and kerpuForJ, price low.

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of a V-type 8-cyIinder powerplantThe. De Luxe Ford cot Nightly more

HARRY'S WELDING SHOP smooth performance and compact dedlln the Standard Ford, but provides

ign.The De Luxe Ford hat the 85horeemore style with extra room in the closed
rar.fClTON rut

power engine. The Standard Ford prosedan.. Both car,in proportion to price,
, Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding A* Cylinder Block I
; Cylinder Head, Alonuaun Coatings a4 Bolters.AatenwUr I vide a choice of 85 or 60 horiepcwer. represent unusual value Both are built

Mackte Kca.trlng-Catering I* slices la male I DotS Dew car are economical to opera to the tame high standard of mechanical
bearing pouring and aligned rmmlng connecting red pouring
ud baring aid cylinder .....,. Jh'o Standard, witK thrifty "&\". excellence. :There a dealer near you.r. .

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I two feet maximum claimed by and fund weull'be sought and
FESTIVAL I India to England by Chevrolet Harrl probably obtained, a* the planning

West yesterday reiterated on the board contemplated the development

t witness stand his claim when arrested a* a huge county-federal.
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(Continued from Him une that Boyd had set fire t. work relief projectLEGAL

Lean Wm. Dunlop Dick Grate 4 the store through spite over being

t Community exhibit. W. M discharged Yesterday he (aid >
Bi' >die. George Cooper, C. G. Cal- I Floyd declared at the time he was NOTICES

rtt.\ood. H. W. Johnston Mrs dlsch i.Kfd. "You are going to pay
I Un"i Stewart Mri Flora D Myt'I"Poultry ; I for this Charter Ka. IIIII Bwarw Dfclrkt N. ..
HrU
R.WM a( caailUM ( tin Nattaaal
and livestock, O. H --- --- drat al aattataa* .a tine ataia af ft**.
Parker W. B. Cave. C H. Stcf d* at tfca alaM at b.ala. ai aa UacII .
HIT PnUUiMl la Miaaaaa ta Mil
fan), J R. Neabitt, M A Bilker : I ataaa ar C.apiraltar .. the Carnaaui
Building, A. R. Livingston E'i i PARK l-total ....... mi, u. a. Revised ataa.Uaiu .
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C Chronlfter, Chat. O Turner A-
Decorations, Paul Reynolds, W I | Continued From Page One) and discounts. .. .' .a ?MM.M
Hata OammiMit obll.
R. Bird, Marquette Phillip, MmX. i I and Florida City canal to a depthof United piIo.., direct and fully. ._
: C. Klchenberger ont.ed ..... ........ ...,.*."
I mile
one Other _... itoaka. and _u...
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} Finance George W. Turner, Jr. tWe 9y I The only condition to Mr. Sot- MMBanklnl' TtlltM /?-;
T. :C. Kirby Mr*. J. W Engllah. I I substantial and ade- totes, furniture and ,
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guarantee fixtures . ... .._ 14.HI,l( rROMr .
Bumper signs advertising the quate development of the area .. .aa 3Mesai aes.rve ACall.

festival and road sign pointingthe a public park and bathing beach .\.1.-; .....-",ll..r being IUMM. ,
way from.Miami were ordered la. Homestead, Florida City Sol sad ...:0 Meats ra ,roaaal al : :
Samples of windshield -* ollattlo ... a.313104.51 "
:yesterday. .whole Kedtand. District That
Other Ana : ..-f LeN II,
S and rear window signs were such: development U contemplated :

also ordered for future selection -ii ihown on the tentative Twl .
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map .exhibited at,the chamber of Wit...0 ; .: : '
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'oommene roeeting Wednesday = ,:. one.- I
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MOTORCADEContinued
nightFeature '" ;
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Tien. r:;:..;. ;c' individuals. : : "
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.1eM included on thap .._h...... ... motes''''''' .........
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are: a boat harbor, protected by an ....% Gusty. a" municipal
d.peslu ..... II.I87J4nilIn
( From Page One) artiflcally made Island; three Deposes .,' other .del in.;;
'bathing atoll affording complete elections e.rutlgd. 'M Rashid@eb.rks
Joining the building will be prepared .. .. .. .... 111.11
a t -
al parking lot for the errs of I protection from sharks or barracuda Deposits ........ bfpMn :
the 400 vlaitors Two Miami that might chance to come InvoitiMnUDonoilU of k.u anlor / .100.00
1 M Mw 'near the shore: shelter dock for
motorcycle policemen who will nnt wr r d
t the motorcade and two the pleasure boat, a road possibly br pMm of Mans
accompany I and / or lnv.t
Homestead policemen will direct a link of a shoreline highway to estate 10'.1

traffic and parking with the .id I the keys, going through a fllled-ln Tiul d.;....... II 7,If 8. 1o
i of the Boy Scouts area; parking plneei for automobiles ; I ,h- I libllitl.v I.....
I and i jl beautification. Capital amounts
"t the KCI
To make the welcoming ,,om mOil ._k. 100.hare.
visitors a community I aojeet t. the : ." including lakes and natural sUdaim ". .. par of'.00
them It.....0.00
Rotary committee asked the Homo- : rough the park per
a' o. iconnoaUlHJIvwid
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stead P.-T. A. tIO take charge of the Four young American university undergraduates made a 13,000. The land Is mostly mangrove :: praflU-
mile journey over mountain and across burning deerta from swamp and I would have to be filled not ..0.....
luncheon and te serve an npPIlIz'l (: Icutla India I. Total capitol Aeoount .. ..0.4.1.
to Southampton, England, lest summer, In a in Mr Barnes and County Commissioner -
Ing plate lunch with kingi Chevrolet coupe whlrh had traveled more than 40.000 milts whets I : .
I J. D Redd, who was Total UnblllllM ..... ..110.470.14
fish at a minimum charge they act out. ThePhotograhe ,Ire some highlights of the trip. -
This the P.-T. A. executive committee Top, left John Fuller, Stanford I ,ilvmlty Junior, and owner of II present also said that a suction .........01... loam and InPhxltxl ;;;;;;;;
agreed to do when a specialmeeting the car, wielded the water bucket at Allahabad. India, 840 miles dredge would be available for the ilia.to..Notion owwrnmmt UiblllllxUnltal flbll.catkina .
held' northwest of Cal utta, at the end r e long, hard day. Top right I project. CCC and WPA labor dirges and fully
wa Wednesday Fuller with his car outride t*a..tai.ilaople. There of the four wm guaranteed ..... ....... 10.001.01. .
night >!n. C. H. SteffanU a forced to walk almost 50 miles en thl. part of the trip lifting and -
former president of the organization pushing the oar ever trrraln utterly unsuited to drlrinii Total Pledged. Haoludtaa to. .
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was made chairman of the Left, center, Richard Law and Clayton Zalin. both of P..in State, PMndiAialiut di.oonna/: t 10.000.00
after an unusually difficult stretch of alleged "highway" some ...... enemy. and mil.nlelMl .
fish fry.After 7,000 feet up!. the nountalnt In AUhaniit.n. Right center, more dnwltt ...._I to.OOO.OO.
lunch the motorcade will thaa T.OOO foot up' In the rum.nUina again, but this time the
Into the citrus and avocado section Swim St. Mortta Cold I ONLYMONKEY Total Pledges '... .a .OOO.oo
go Alps, near alghta wen weloome after the tutb of ..:County; a.: "i5iJ: :. met
:; north of Homestead, and will iM-plua temperatairae of the *\rItrtnt.\ .. w. O Parno oaahtora .ofthe awl.
atop at Redland school at 4 p. m. Bit ow, left la a picture ii.ade fc. Cmmat Dumim of Harvard M< ....... da Mh* .1 lr swear
fourth member of the part t 1.e" m-n Baghdad and DouD_ JUNGLE booo statement ta .r M to Uw rte .
for a rest and refreshment period. Below, right, ewion natu. ,mound the ear. INTHCU.S. laowMn and Wllof ,
County Agent C. H. Steffanl W 0 PAYNK. Cashier:
ewes to and itibaorltml Mora M this .
appointed several week ago by IOU dar of January. 1..... ,
President W. E. Rheney a* chairman the (tore'* attic to store the large ADMISSION ISo DON ,L CERKYRA Notary Pvklla.Mr ..
I I of the local club'i committee I tin of gasoline Bryant laid that (with this ad 100) oommlMloa Mall aspires Juno 1*, 1MfNotarlal .

I for preparing for the guests, announced there WM at least four feet between Children lOG Corn<*-.Aar.et
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H.lnllil4r. .Nsnsla T. i. HARRIS
tub-committee a* follows I the calling of the store and JAR W KNOLI8H.
: : ( I the peak of the roof Instead of the MAD L08NUI.. .

Luncheon Rheney and C. J. for t,
Partisan; furnishing fruit for imiHIHhHIlmlllMHMIIlmlllllMMIHInMIIMHItHlllilimHmttNim A p

; luncheon and souvenir package, licitor ,
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Frank Rue, J R. Brook and H. S. assisted

Wolfe; rest period, Redland York,
I achool, J. A. Rehwlnkel; preparing USEd Car Bargains

parking lot, J. D Redd; obtaining writer
awduit Brooks Parman and O.

I B. Parker, arm band for host club of the ..

: member. Ben Archer and George on the '
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FrIck parking. Rue, Ted Bleier tacked

t and Wm. J. Oeronlmo; table and rla, :.h r

Tom chair Lindsay, Paul Reynolds and Frank. Rehwinkel Skill. ,I stand Boyd I 1937 Ford Standard Coupe Demonstrator,60; II.PP;Motor; .. .t

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CARD OF 1936 Ford DeLuxe Fordor Sedan ':--;.,._.....__....$475.00 f1'



the 1935 Ford DeLuxe Fordor Touring ...............a:._.. _475.00
I deeply appreciate


city election Tuesday and will 1936 Ford Pickup; 5000 miles..._................;> +..,: '550.00 1
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of my ability .

. 1935 Ford Standard Tudor ...._.r....__........-_..... 345.00 ';

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1936 Willyl Fordor Sedan ........................................ 295.00 .


;, ,I. 1932 Chevrolet Coupe; rumble seat ........................ 175.00
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Ask Us 1931 Ford Fordor Sedan (2) .................................... 125.00


1932 Essex Terraplane Coupe .......................:............ 115.00

Financing for That
Choice of 8 Ford and Chevrolet trucks all body types. .


1 Want to Make your own terms.REDLAND .

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Mrs. Josephine) Parham of Tre- The Woman's Foreign Missionary Saturday from EJobbtoa', ., Jif J
mont Miss., and Mrs Hooker Par Society of the Community Church !where she has been visiting her ,
ham and daughter, Judy, of Coral held Its regular monthly meeting parent, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cole.
In and Around Gables were Tuesday visitors cl at the borne of Mrs. It. J. Shepherd man, sine Christmes.
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I : Mr. and Mrs. II. Parham. Wednesday afternoon. t'

A. Argellk received word of the
Homestead Mr. and Mn. L. J. Dortch of Mi. Mn. Helen Prescott of Atlanta death of his brother Saturday In '
amt were guests of Mr. and Mn. arrived Wednesday for a veldt with Cube.
I H. Derbyshire Thuiwfcy. her niece Mn. B. H. JMwarda.
II Nick Locrichlo left on Wednesday
Mr. and Mn. Harry Barnlts have B. P. Oberscholn of Roanoke, for Hialeah where hu has secured
Preston B. Bird left for' a ona Mrs. A. J. Campbell over the rented the Soonichsea cottage for Va., arrived last week for a visit employment.
I' trip to Detroit Monday. week-end. Mn. Jas. Fitzpatrick the _I'd.. with his brother, a K. Ooenchain.Mn. .
and daughter, Ruth, were guest The men's class of the Com- f'rmunlty ,:
Mn. J. D. Wjnong la in the at the Campbell home,Sunday Mr. and Mrs.. Bassett of North C. A. H. Jordan of Miami Church Sunday school will
County hospital recoveringfrom Stanford, Conn., arrived Friday was a Sunday visitor in Florida enjoy a chowder supper Friday .,
:J. an attack of double pneu- Mrs. Paul Keely of Miami Beach and are occupying the Frank Snow City. evening at the home of Rev. C. O.
.. spent the week-end in Homesteadwith garage apartment on Eighth street Nelson In Eedland.
I her daughter, Miss Jane Mrs. R. Mattson of Cape Sable
'f ln. W. F. Nichols of Loulavllle Keely. Fred Parlin of West Charleston visited her daughter, Mrs. Johnny Charles Becker arrived Monday
,_ Ky,- arrived Saturday to spend Vt, arrived Wednesday the Backer, Tuesday.: from spending the summer In
'.J.the winter here with her son,;and Mrs. Laura Davis of Leesburg. season and will occupy his home Philadelphia, Pa. j
w 1'i i daughter-hr-law, Mr. and*MW.IIubert' arrived. Wednesday .to visit her on 11th street Baxter .JoWlrrlwd .trorrt' i
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"'. ' son-tn-lav and daughter, Mr. and son burn
midnight
Mchol* --- Georgia Tuesday to spend the season *: "Does your the -
]:, i i i -r ; Mrs.-A, D Smith. Mrs. Anna Rothenburf and here, OUT" 1 4 .
S .Mr..and',Mii'-H.-i Causey of f'. sister and brother-m-layr. of Stamford I : 'j .ryes, and lot.of gasoline with. J' .
. Port'Ptews"' 'Vlll' rrift tomorrow ,.,,,Mr: and Mrs. Iip' ,Irwta ofSunbury Conn. arrived recently-for Mre', ,Edward; Bishop '.return 1.1,. tx., ." !
4 to' spend the'wwk-ettd.with Mrs.: O. were eallen.at the the season. I
"' Causey's parent, Mr.'and.Mrs.'J.H. home,"of Mrs. Bessie Showalter r
Haug.i Wednesday. Mrs. Fannie Hoffman and IOn, .
:; .:.- Walter, moved last week from the CARD OF THANKSI I
:. Dr. and Mn. C. A. Porter of'i FLORIDA CITY Rothenburg cottage on North
Cleveland and Mn. Porter's sister tire .. W. nMT. correspondent Broadway to the Hobart Brockett
'i: Mrs. Adds Hazzard of In* -- garage apartment on Eighth street wish to express my earnest appreciation for
, dlanapolis, are spending a month '
Emit the vote in Tuesday'selection
Criesbach returned flattering given me
., i in Homestead with W. H. Wells. on Mr. and Mrs. Nucklcs of Ohio
Saturday from a summer spent at are visiting at the home of John and will strive to deserve the confidence
Cojlinswood) Ontario, Canada. :
Raymond Voss of Cincinnati was Graves.Mr. shown in me.BENJ. ,
a guest of Mr. and Mn. T. P. Edmonds I -
at their home on West Mrs. Leslie E. Forsyth was the and Mrs. Harry Glouner of W. MORRIS ;
Bauer drive last week guest of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Lancaster.l Pa., are guests at the ,
Saniford of Port Sewall on Monday home of Mr. and Mn. J. H. Sim-
Mr. and Mrs. HolUater :and Tuesday. mons.
Sage returned (
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short stay Friday at their afternoon summer from borne a i2'' IIIlilllllllllllllIIIIIIlilllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfIIIINIIIIII/ / / { (( / ( 1.1 ( / IIl1IIIilllllll(111111IIIIIIIiIIIIIIIiIIIII(1lliilllillill{ / ( { ( ( ( ll(11lllilllllllllllIII11111111111Iilllli(11111111111111LLEE ( { (( J

in Woodbury', Conn. During their
stay in the North 'Mr. Sage suffered -
a severe attack of rheuma-
tism from which he is now recup
.ratlna'r AEdlal1d Applial1CE I IE

: Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Lehman
spent Monday and Tuesday In
Tampa. S

.J. 201 North Krome Ave.
Mrs. J. F. Milliard who suffered I. I I.
a heart attack Tuesday was taken ... _.o, '. '" ,
to the Kendall*hospital Wednesday '. '
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morning. She is reported tot
' be resting easily at present : Homestead, Fla.' ,

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Miss Lou
Belle Grannell en-
rolled for a course In nursing at
Jackson Memorial hospital In .
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Miami Wednesday.A. ,
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position
Motors, Inc. of thin city Jor the Announces DRASTIC REDUCTIONS I
last three yean, will leave Saturday ron
,' to become associated with {
+, Lee Motors of Fort.Myen. I Norge refrigerators, gas and, electric I

Norton Wakeflcld. sixyearoldson ,
of Mr..and Mn. Ceo. N.Wake- hot water heaters and -
.. field, underwent. a tonsillectomy I .. ranges, ;


Saturday.Mr.. .and Mrs. E. P. Wilson''oJ I,:, washing machines now in stock. This B

Hollywood were guests of Mr. andFor 5' =

fj J I ; '. price reduction on this high grade i 1 1I

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PlumbingInstallations purpose of clearing our floor to males =


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Repairs

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This sale will last until .
: Construction I starting today, I


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I 1 MARIAN FLEITAS IS HONOREDON DC. EDWARD' PROGRAM CLARK GIVIlSCHVMANN MISS GRACE HOBSON IS GIVEN BRIDAL I

HER SEVENTY NINTH ANNIVERSARY Dr. Edward dark of the ttnl 1 SHOWER AT HOME) OF MRS. E,J. McCLUNG

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Mr*. J. D. Redd held. apes house Mr*. Alma SheWta, Mr*. Annie' work of the composer, SCTHB. Mr*. J. X. McQung. and Mr*. Miss Pearl Whitoker and Mill
if ,R. Butler Mrs. H. J. Davis, Mn mann, and sang a group o( Schumann W. B. Cave, Jr. gave a shower Betty Bowen.

"styninth Emma Kocer, Mr*. W. B. Flowers, aeegs at the Monday Musk Wednesday at the tome of .MnMcQung Gift were received from: Mrt

mother Mra. Joel I. ....... Mn. Gram Club meeting at the lame at Ml; for Miss Grace .HobsM r. A. Ruff Mn. W. i. Clarke Mrs.
and Mr*. J. R. Rutland. whoM wedding to Ansel Barrow Richard Huff. Mn. Lonnie
Smith, Mrs. A. R. Livingston. I Hood '
the
Outstanding aaaong gift .
Mrs R. J. Shepherd. Mrs. Sam Another member of the vnl' win take place In February. Th: : Mr*. .Green River Mrs. RoT**?' '
Mr Fklta wen
several presented Urge to kwAwti* .f flowers J. Davis Mrs. D. L Bowen, Mn w..lt faculty, Mr*. Hannah room were attractively decorated Anderson,' Mn. Robert DamhZ;
Jas. M DobbIn Mn t. H. Banes Albert U wa announced, will aa- with rote and gladioli.In Mrs.-E A. Buchanan, Mr. Richard
and innumerable bouquets-gar-( SlWlira.. Adrian tertala tile club at tie next meeting card Cain Mr B. M. Bigger Mrs.
Mr* O. H. a call same prime wen ,
geou rose, poinsettias, gladioli,
Feb. It. at the horn of Mr
Jacobs Mrs. Maude Chandler, Mn Russell Anderson, Mrs. Olla
sweet Florid orchid,, nor won by Mrs.Herman Tb in.*.Mrs.
peas and Mrs. Geo. M. Trick whet
O. M. I WrtghV Mr H H. Barrow. Mrs.
Andy Terbvrg. Mr* Cooper,, Burley Bendy. Mrs. A. M. Logan, *
Ciasu and larkspur.
Mrs. T. C.: Mn. Frlck and Mr.. H. S. Wolfe Lee IL Lehman Mr W. B. Wood .
t In the dining room I White birth- Mrt. Cooper WUnatnt, I IMI'L Mr*. It. L. Hobson. Mr*. Robert ,
be the
will hostesses.
day cake with pastel-tinted decorations Kirby, Mh. Henry Olsen, Mrs. Glenn, Jr. Mri. H. R. Kinard, Mn Mn. K. W. Barrow Mn. L. T.
held the place of honor fa Albert R. Cave. Mrs. R. L Hob- Rutland assisted by her. C. V. Barnes, Mn. H. P. McDaniel, Proctor Mn Howard Lamb, Mrs.
and It Mo, M.... W. B. Cave, Jr., Mn. daughters. Ruth and Mary Frances Miss Bonnie Wlttkop and Miss' Carl Anderson, M.... Albert Mey-
the table's center, wu iur-
and Mrs. Frank served
W. E. Callahan, Mrs. E. H. GaDa- Webb Marjory Sullivan. been, Mr*. Pauline 1I.cCoDnell"Mn. ,
rounded with, a garland of coral
her, Mr A. O. Cain, Mn. S. L. salad course iced tea and fudge Robert Hobson, Mrs. Stanley
vine, lavender and yellow asters A chicken salad course and tea
Two new members, Mrs. Webb
Hobbs Mn. J. A. Webb, Mn. C. Wlttkop, Miss Mary Bradley. Miss
and fern trondi.Mn. and coffee were served by the
and Mrt. Hubert Nichols, were
Prld- Helen Lehman and Misses Carrie
Mn. R.
P. Jackson, Henry
Corbett Geiger, Mrt. Car: hostesses whowere assisted by
w added to the club roll.
| Mn. R. E. Edwards Mn. H. Belle and Rose Cave
Anderson and Mn. Hunter Harden gen Present besides those named Mill Hdbton'i mother, Mn. R. L.
nerved punch from a hand- '!I I'L. Brown, Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mn. were: Mrs. J. a' Webster, Mrs Hobson, her sitter, Miss Alice Hobson -
Geo. M Frlck
\ H. Mr ,
filch. GARDEN cum TO HOLD
painted punch bowl; Mr*. Cheater Howard Johnson Mrs. A. W. and Mrs. J. S. Horton.
Redd and Mrt. Fred Redd served'I Mrs Arthur D. Smith Mn M. A. I Hutchinson, Mrs. Frank Hausman, The guests Included Mn. C. M. ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY
Laura Davis Mri
angelfood cake; and Mri. Jas. A. Mowry, Mn. Mrs. W. B. Mills, Mrs. Jack Polk, Barrow, Mrs J. H. Webster Mrs. Th South Dade; Garden club
Mn Bruce Ennlt,
Dougherty had charge of the registration ,T. E. Evans Carl Vlrs. T. J. FaUlt, Mn. J. Tom Paul Loaner, Mn. C. J. Llndgren will meet Monday In the Florida
book. I I MI'I. Newt. G. Ball Mn. Mrs. John Mrs Har- Community church at 3
Lonnle Hood Mn. Vann, Mr*. Lonnie Hood, Mn. W. Scarborough City
Mn. Fleltai hat spent most of ,Tweedell, Mri. Wm. Booth, M. Johns, Mrs. Carl Wagner, M.... old Oxford, Mrs. Augustus Wynn, o'clock. Ai this II the annual
M. Mra. J
her life in her native city, Key W. Johns, Keith Foulk, Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mn. Virginia Walton. Mn. Selma meeting, a large attendance i*
Mn. B. AUnt.I
West, where the was an Instructor H. Mn. G. I. Gault, Miss Rebecca Reitz, Mn. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. deilred. Mr Jas. M. Dobbin and
In piano for forty yean. Fourteen I I Mia Helen Livingston, MissMary Fisher and Mrs. W. F. Nichols Orin Smith. Mr. Francis Freeman, Mn. H. B. Potter will be the host
Miss Jennie Lob- I
years ago the and her husband,, F. Jackson, ) of Louisville, Ky. Urs. Tom Baird, Mn. Andy Ter- esses.
the late Francisco Fleltes movedto I dell Miss Leola Little, Miss Mar : burg. Mrs. Russell Home Nra.W.M.looM.Mn.OridSum .
and took active Jorte 11_. Mia Annie May
Homestead an MR. AND MILL WEBSTER
part In church and civic life. Since .Booth, Geneva Vann.Barbara Jean The Calendar Mn. Blanch Bishop Mn.,Claude ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB

the death of Mr. Flatten she has Smith. Barbara Williams Rose Campbell. Mn. R. R. Kinard, Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb won

mad her home with Mr. and Mrs Mart McClung, Sallie Wright I Jan 1+-Arem* Club play, "Blue Edith- Keen. Mrs. L B. Barney, the high score prize 'for bridge
:Redd. Evelyn Baker, Barbara Ann Shuter. Bag," at Ian King Cooper School Mrs. Edith Johnson. Mr*. M. F. at a meeting of the Teacher

Mr*. Flaw '"farelily includes be- Job McLean. James Olln Jan. It-Episcopal Auxiliarycovered Whit. Mr*. C. J. ......., Mrs:: Bridge club at the horn of Mf.; '
aides her daughter two grandchildren. Wright and Henry .Olsen 3t. dish luncheon.fan. Himself,'Hantesl Mr Bra Knni*. arid'Mr*. J K. Webster Wednesday -

Mr*. Harden and M....' Calks during the evening WIre: 14 Meeting CIt Areme I Mr*. V. U Harris'Jr., Mr*. W. B. evening. Mr. and Mr*. L. B.

Anderson and two great If.nd.t Mr and Mn. L. A. Young,Mr. and .Club at horn of Mrs. A. R. LlvIngstoo. Caves, Mr*. J. Paul Reynolds, M.... Scmmers will be hottcto the club
t chlldrep, Marian Andenon and Mrs. W. H. Nolan, Mr. and 1011'1.I !Herbert Turners Mn. H. G. WalterMn. .t its next meeting Jan. 20, at

.t Hunter Harden, Jr. I C Ben Plumner Mr and Mrs. Ivan Jan. II Homestead'P.-T. A. James Bird, Mn. Landon their home In Miami.

Out-of-town guest present Moaer Mr. and Mr*. Carl Antler motien picture program at I'M: Carney, Mr*. Wright; Mr*. J. C. Thaw present weft Mr. nd

w rei Mi. and Mn. Milo Pintado 1 son and daughter Marian, Mr. and T and 8 o'clock. Hobson, Mn. Horton Mn. Barnes, Mrs W. It. Bird, Mr. and Mn.

I and their daughter, Ella, Mrs. Mr*. Hunter Harden, Mr. and Mn.W Jan. IT-Social meeting'of Junior Mrs. Dendy, Mrs. Glenn, Mn. B L. Frank Webb Mr. and Mn. Geo. N.

Augusta Bird, Mr*. Floiale Ceoh- B. Mills, Mn. Marlow Jacob- Woman' Club Homestead Hobson, Mrs. Logan, Mn. Thomas, WaktfleM, Mr. and Mn. Som-
ring Russell Mr*. A. T. Pearce and ten. Mn. T. T. Bowen, Mn. A. E. at Country dub Miss Marjorie Sullivan Miss Witt- men, Mr and Mn Bevo Webb and

t Mrt W. F. Johnson, aU of Miami; Smith Mn. 3 W. English, Mn Jan. 17 Homestead Businessand kop Miss Alma Jan Lindgren ,Mr. and Mn Webster.at .
Mn. Julia Dabney of Kerahaw, Maud Simmons, Mn Abbl M.J Professional Women' Club
Gross Mn. Fred Link Mn. A. S.
S. C.; Mn. W. T Atklna of Lewei. meeting In Legion hall at 8 p. m.
Moye. Mr. C. M. Redd, Mn.
Del.; Mn. Wade Plnkney of Ithaca Jan 18 Meeting of Garden
N. Y.; Mrs A, D. Harden of Daugherty Mn Lena Club at Florida City Community
Decatur da.; Mri. H. E. Steadman Mn. Lula Free Mn E. S. J.A'I Church. t ae TRNsS1tG1ALTY
Mri. f. M. Hunt,
and Miss Bernice Archer of Coconut linger Jan. 18 Meeting of W. M. S.
N Dearing, Mary Ellen and
Grove; and Mn. J. O. Johnson nircltt Iy
Mrs. Bishop, MnMable .
Deering Evelyn
of Parts Mo. Jan. 1ft Legion Auxiliary
Krieke Mr Nora Chamber -
Othen who called during the meeting Legion hall.
day were: Mr. and Mr. T. B. I *, Misses Antoinette Helen and Jan. 20 Meeting of Presbyterian 60KdnyecOu

Grantham M.... Carl Field, .Mra Sue Moye, Miss Marjorie Redd, Auxiliary: at home of Mrs.
Misses Annabell and Teresa Redd,
J. H. Webster, M... H. P. Mc- I D. P. Blake In South AHapattahCtardenf. jI2qkH
Miss Mary Bell Gibbs, Miss Et- ,
Daniel Mn. B. C. Murphy, Mn. .
Fred Fuchs, Mn. E. fJe Booth Miss LUU Brown, Miss Jan. 10 Meeting of Homestead tsafe

Mr*. I. P. McLean, Mn. John V.1'I Betty Richard, Mia Helen Field, Home Demonstration Club.
Mill Either Livingston Miss Jamie
WWlams Mr*. Edward StlII i Jan. 20 Dorcas Class meeting sot taa 0-SO
Richards. Irving Lyon, a C. Williams
Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. Mrt. A. at home .f Mn. Jail Polk. twoo" W000
Arthur, Mn. H. S. Wolf, Mra. t Harry D. Wolf, J. L. Bur- Jan. 21-Meeting of Homestead 1W are

L Nixon Mr*. O. H. Cann. N.... ton, H. M. Glbb, B. C. Murphy, ?.-T. A. at 8 p. m.

Wilburn Reed, Mr*. T. J. Walker, Theodore Knowlea and Cole Bedd. Jan. 21-Meeting of Homestead 1w
Mr. Paul Leaner Mix Lloyd Witt, Gift wen tent by Dr. and Mr*. Woman Club.

Mra. Fannie Shuler, Mr*. H. Well J. J Smith Mn. Lewis Brsnden- Jan. 23.-Meeting of Homestead Pack 50 Rexall M010-Rex

Simpson, Mr*. Lloyd Delta Mrs. berg, Mrs. Gussl Joiner Mrs. H. Womaa\'s club at clubbou

Ch *lcy E. Saunders, Mrs. Frank H. Ewiag.Mrs.W. M B-adley and Jan. tfl-Meeting of Teachers' Cold lTabiets Cough Syrup

Irwin Mrs E. D. Brooker Mn. Harry Bowen. Bridge club at home of Mr. and ti

Henry Brooker, Jr., Mn. J. U I blrs. Ch Pi Sonunen 1ft MIamI. Take uses 25 rte..c.ua.'S
Burton Mr Gen W. Turner. Jr, rK PRESIDENTS ATTENDLEGION w..
Mr*. A. J. Van Marter. Mr*. J. R. ACXILART LUNCHEON a ... .aW.

Chamblls, Mn. c:. VI; Barnes, Mrs. Mr*. Frank Schneider, Mrs. Kam hiss
M M. Bigger Frank Rue and Mia Ruth Fax attended Hisb Qualify Cara Norm

Mr*. J. J. Richards Mr*. V. r. a parley luncheon given In latherBrush Pau Powder
Booth, Mrs. Beetle B. Showalter I honor of the put American Legion .

Mrs C D. laker Mrs. Ora Fri- Auxiliary president of Dad County gift to rises he etiartar.a.rra.I r.w Io. 200

t sent Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs. Dan at the home of Mr*. August I 1.ye..su.SW .....rseu.

I WUUam, Mr*. J. P. Dye, Mr*. J. Hannln in Miami Wednesday: w".. Pse ..M. see.KLtgIO .
X. Davis Mr*. Mollie Wlngate Handkerchief were taken to be milt..

t Mrs. Gen Ranson, Mn. H. M. sent to the ex-service women of
ro Gibb, Mrs. J. M. Holdln Mrs tbe auxiliary at Bay Pine bocpital the genuine

J. A. McNeill, Mrs. Hater D. St. Petenberf. EUGENE Permanent slaving 504

Wolfe, Mrs. Jos. Gay, Mn. Elberta t i Ctealts gist

; Bule, Mrs. Robert M. Simpson,. EPISCOPAL AVGIUART I II 4 Teetlt
Mrs. Bert Andrew Mrs. Geo E. TO MEET TODAY bee,ls+tiag.urb-these the Look lor 00R.s.l

Reed, Mrs. May King Mrs. Catherine I Mrs. H. H. Booth of West Palm else.-"a WWL vie lips

Pickard, Mrs. O. R. Brown,I I Beach will be the speaker at a covered fM4 ...... the Mad ass sine,
Mrs. Olin Wright Mr*. J. E. Mc- dish luncheon meeting of I- we do raw" 11USN"iwwtag.

dung. Mri L. A. Wise Mrs. William -i I' the Woman' Auxiliary of St. I .win geauls Eug1NgamerL I

Dunlop I Mrs. Robert Glenn,i John'1 Episcopal church at the t.t M -dm*'* lose '

Jr, Mr a L Atkinson, Mrs. home of Mrs Landon Carney at hair .tat A* MM., with" aa. oau s

F Emma Wright, Mrs. H. E. Reed,: I o'clock today. .Semi wuUuJona. x>.J >imeBush's

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January U, 1938 _______ ____THE IEADER.ENTERPRISE 1)lItt V;j""

ntS. IL B. POTTER Mn Henry Brooker, Jr., Mrs. W. REBFKAH COMMITTEES i
HOLDS OPEN HOUSE M. Bradley and W. B. Caves to ARE APPOINTEDAt
Mrs. H. B Potter of Florida serve pa the finance committee a meeting of the Rebekahs .
I Social EventsMISS I City ifcM tpen house WdtM* and Up. Bradley 1J': = jMonday night in the I. O. O F r '
I for Mr. and Mn Walter Potter of Chas, G. Turner hall the following committeeswere i
North Havgn Conn., her son and on the relief committee. appointed by the noble e
daughter-in-law, who arrived During the social hour, gameswere grand Mn Ralph Moon: visiting
Tuesday to visit ur.dl Saturday played and Ice cream was Mn H. W. Ashby, Mn Abbie
ANNIE HARTLEY AND LABAN BISHOP Mr. Potter visited in Florida City served. Mae Gross, Mrs. Calvin Fox, Mn i

;' WED AT HOME OF MR. AND MRS. A. E. SMITH several years ago Harry D. WoUe Mrs. Blanche
The guests included Mr. and MRS. BLAKE TO ENTERTAIN Chapman, Mr*. Flora Compton
-- Mr. and Mrs. R. O Desmond, Mr. PRESBYTERIAN: AUXILIARY and Mrs. Moon; finance, Mrs E. 8.CapUnger .
Mlas.Annle Hartley, daughter of After the ceremony wedding and Mrs. H. Derbyshire, Mr. and A special mission program will Mrs. Compton and Mr. .
Mr and Mn. C. J. Haitley of cake and punch were served. 0 Mrt..David B. Snow. Mr. and Mrs. be given at the M meeting of Ashby, resolution Mrs Wolfe, .
Davl boro. Oa., and Laban XBishofcfrr. Those present at the wedding H.Crockett., Dr. and Mr. 8. 8 the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Mr Chapman and Mrs O. C
., long.?4Or. Mr. and Mrs. were: Mr. and Mrs Arthur Smith,Shields Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Presbyterian church of Homestead Radford; publicity II.... Wm. M. .
Labaa ]C. Bishop of Homestead, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Mr. and I Mattson, Mn. B-J. Shepherd. MnB .: Jan. SO. at the home of Mrs. a Jonas and him CapUnger: degree
":;UrWeN' married 'Sunday afternoon Mn. A B. Smith Mr. and .Mrs. ; W. ttulllne Mr*. Ja*. M. Dobbin P. Blake la South,Altapattah Car.me captain, Mrs. Chapman;decorating,
w' at I .o'clock at the home of tNbride. Walker Mm. T. T. Bowen Mrs. Wm E. Myers, FredBrockJ'red Mr*. hhb,. Mr*. J... Gay Mr.
'*. brotheHftelaw and-sister, Mrs.J.Lap Bashi.Mrs.AD Smith, Parua. and J>sd, At jneetlng of 4h..auxiliary Compcon "aad..Mim. Fan hot**,
Mr, eeraM 1..... ..performed rby. the eft,aMhr.Vera.D 1k,Idle Del Iw! --..-- en Jan tl a study of the minion Mrs Annie Meeaanmlth and Mrs
Rev..C.,If. Walker,'pastor-ot tha gar,. Mitt XuoUle Weal,. Dusn UOlfEiTZAD .WOMAN'I CLUB book, "01 rioue Uvmg." B W. MulllAt; xftower. Mrs
first Baptist Cbw, af Homestead,, Welt. Wm. McConneU ft H. DeJ%- ACCEPT.NEW MEMBERS ..... Convptnrv Mr.' CapUnger and
in the'pneaencs.et..Rlathvs.'and a linger,.Clinton and-Harry Bishop,. The., Woman' Club of Homestead Othen present went Mrs H. Mrs. Worfe.
few.,tloee friends. Fred ArrwntJimry Wollam, I*.. .received two new mesoben S. Wolfe-Mr A..Darling:, Mr Mrs. John was' Installed a*
..The bride wore ao royal blue lest Bishop and Jaunlta..and Cad. !III'I\H.W, Aahby and Mrs. Calvin Van N. Harris Mr*. I. H. Hot- musician by Mr*. Wolfe; past
crepe costume with royal-blue ... Smith and Barbara Jean Smith.' l'ox"at monthly buainee aee- forty, Jim B.. JE. Oatlln Mr*. R. deputy president" who was the
-wa. Bar. frock was .cut The bride was bornla Tensile shots In the chibhonee.Tuesday. E. Trotter, Mrs. C. Ben Plummer installing officer.
long simple line with short puff Ga.. and WM graduated from Dav- Announoenaent.wes-made that aNew Mrs. 1C. K- Clark Mn. J. W. Mn Moon gave her report for
ed sleeve and with pleated fulnesson labors High School Since her Year program will be given irwin, Mr*. T. S. Bawling. Mn the past term and Mrs. CapUnger
the bodice and long sash endsfrom graduation she has lived at the on Jan. 25 when the club's president A F Arthur, Mrs. R. Y. Burr and gave a report of the Installation
the center front held in place Smith home In Homestead and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, and Mn. Paul Haley service that were conducted by
by rhinestone ornaments. Over ( has been employed In a local store 3r. Irene Shanklin will be hotesse *- Liberty Rebekah lodge at the
crepe pillbox hat she wore a short, The bridegroom was born in *. O- A. WORK ON QUILT Coral Rebekah lodge in Coconut
flaring veil Her corsage was of Cleveland, 0., but has lived in Present were: Mn. Alma FOR BAPTIST ORPHANAGEThe Grove.
yellow gladioli Homestead since 1928. He was I Shelrllne, Mn H. C. Reid 14,.. G. A. Monday afternoon ata Present beside those mentioned -
Miss Evy Lee Delllngcr was graduated from Homestead High Joseph Gay, 114.... J. S. Morton, meeting In the Sunday school were: Mn. Maude Hob-
maid of honor and her brother, School last year and la em- 114,.. Harry D. Wolfe Miss Pearl building of the First Baptist Church son and Mrs. Ernest Neill.
D. H. Delllnger, Jr., was best man. ployed In local grocery. Whitaker, Mn. Robinson and two of Homestead pieced' block for
Mils Delllnger wore a gray tailored They are now at home to their visitors. Mrs. J. D. Perkins and a quilt which will be sent the
suit with blue accessories, friends In one of the Lawrence 114,.. J. Paul Reynolds. "children's home in Arcadia. The MRS. JOHNS TO ARRANGEB.
and a corsage bouquet of chrysanthemums apartments at 102 N. W. Firs leader, Mrs. Bert Andrews, told P. W. C. PROGRAM
and delphinium street. L. A. YOUNG GIVES CHALK the girl stories of missionaries as M,.. W. M. John I* arrangingthe
TALK AT O. E. 8. MEETINGL. they worked. Later refreshmentswere program for Monday evening'
W. M V. HEARS Pope Mrs R. E. Edwards, Mn A. Young gave 1talk on served. meeting of the Homestead Business
TALK ON HOLY LAND M M. Bigger, Mn. T D. Piche, "Peace" at the meeting of Ad Those present were: Mildred, and Professional Women's Club.
Mn. E. L Lawrence, Mn J. T. Astra chapter of the O. E. S. last' Oner, Madine Gilmer, Mary Rad- Visitors are always welcome at
M. U.
The W.
of the
church of Homestead First Baptist Vann, M,.. J. M. Forte, Mn. Harry Friday night and illustrated the' ford, Betty June Jenkins, Fay the club' meeting which are heldon
held ItaTaoual'1
Hall, Mn. Pickard, Mrs. Vounch, talk with chalk drawings. I' Pierce, Thelma Radford June the first and the third Mondayof
Wednesday meeting afternoon.in the Mr*.church Catherine 14,.. Polk, Mn. Spencer, Mrs. Miss Helen Livingston, worthy Cheshire, Cols Pierce, Addle Lott,I the month fa* Legion hall at I
Pickard conducted the devotional Powell and Mia Mary Bradley. I matron, appointed Ralph Moon, Doris Cheshire and Mn. Andrews. p. m.

service and Mn. Julia
Polk gave a history of the mission WOMAN'S CLUB PRESIDENT
.r-world.of the Southern Baptist ATTENDS RECEPTION
W. M. U Mrs' Spencer of New 14,.. Joel J. Robinson, president
,.h" York told of her sxperlencea the of the Woman's Club of Home'
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Holy Land stead, accompanied by her
: Thoses present were Mrs. t A, mother, Mrs. Grace Smith, attended I
Wise, Mrs. S. H. Fitch Mrs Bert a reception
Andrews, Mrs. H. J. Davit Mrs.f. day by the
R. ChambliJB Mrs. Club in its 'IverrWedoe'-1
Wright, Mn Annie Butler Mrs.l Miami for the
H. C. Reid. Mrs. Wade clubs belonging to the county
Mr. A. J. VanWarter. Mrs federation.





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Into trade or Industry. 'BRUCE DAVIS is I'salon spends approximately $00..TJ' {
Then Is an Increased demand al 000 of the taxpayers' money each

I J H.omTEADS HooL NEWS the more present technical for Information craftsmen; therefore with- CAMMDATEFORHR. year can ,five but la spent an not Inkling one In of tea how people the) .

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this phase of training Is emphasized money ,
IAVUIDon' so that boys may' acquirethe Davis is a native Floridian and "
tools of learning that will enable COMMISSIONTallahassee was educated In Florida public 4!.. -i
them to keep abreast of the schools. He is a druggist by proW
forehi marionette the eleven stars that they have received
but has held administrative
rapid progress In the trade of their fession an > 1
show on January 11 In the Neva In music. choice when they reach the jour- Jan. 13 (Special)- post In the state govern :r,
King Cooper school auditorium. neyman stage, school officials Bruce Davis has made formal ment for the past several yean. ti /j
There will be two performances: Mrs. Thurman's class Is clad !i announcement of his candidacy
one at 7.00; p. m., which will be that Margaret Bullard, Donnie point outMINISTERS I I for a four-year term on the Florida Davis received state-wide newspaper i"
"Jack and the Beanstalk" and a Lance, and Geraldine Shepard are 'railroad, Commission. Croup 1,, comment early In Decem- "\
"negro minstrel". The admission able to be back; after several days'of .subject to the Democratic primaries ber when he resigned his post- +
PASS tion with the state with the explanation -
a.. ill be ten and twenty cents. The illness. to be held In May.
that he contemplated
second performance will be at 8:15: I Davis said he would base his .
running for office and did not care
p. m., which will be "Snow White MUM Ray's third grade was very ON ATTRACTIONSFOR Ito mpaign on a program of returnIng the
to remain on state payroll during -
and the Dwarfs" and special numbers much honored this week by having the administrated of the commission .
This performance will also be Mr. Henry Boder of Klsalmmee, to the people of the stateIn his campaign.He
ten And twenty cents I talk to them on shells. This com- CARNIVALSThe an "open door" policy that ls a Methodist, a Mason, an 1
pleted their unit on shells. Bobby I|would assure full public knowledgeof Elk, a Young Democrat, a memberof
Fifty new chairs were delivered Morgan Is 111 this week. We hope '' commission\ transactions the Junior Chamber of Com-
back to school, executive committee of the merce, and a member of the Flor- 1
can soon come I
to the school this week you Redland District! Ministerial Association I "It 1s time that the people of
Bobby. ida State Pharmaceutical Ai'n*
Florida know something about
I was asked by the association I elation. lie is married and liai
The phynu odiicntlon girls la at a meeting held at the,,this unit of their state government one Hon
Hooters pupil
Rudolph e new eCompare
have" begun playing" trnnl The In Mrs. Edward tint grade classthis tome of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Dunlop Davis said In a prepared
beginners play after school In the Monday to prepare and have statement. "In past years, a general -
la
Frank
week. Murphy on
.iftet noons on Monday and Wed-I published a list of the attractions Indifference to public sentiment -
week. The pupilsare
the sick lilt this
nesday. The others play on Thurs- of I at Funland, Miami, of which it has marked commission
their unit
,,. .. still working on members' activities, with the ex-
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day and Friday ufterr n approves and e list of the attractions -I
nature study. of which It disapproves. The ception of the six months' campaign

Mrs. Ruehle taught Monday and MUM Jackson's first grade Is enJoying aMoctat.lon\ went on record as dlsapprovtni -I time each four years.
Tuesday of this week In the absence Its circulating library very of the hall of scienceat I I "The Florida Railroad Commls-

of Mrs. Adams. much. The pupils are glad that Funland and of similar sex attractions
Marian Anderson is able to be and all forms of gam on the pyramids at the April meetIng -
Mn Webb's class Is glad that back in school after several weeks bling. This action followed a report .
Arthur Hall, Oscar Boatrlght and Illness, but they are sorry that made by the executive committee -I After a pot-luck luncheon anda
Frank Hagler Rice are able to be Norton Wakefield Is out this week I I -the Rev. E.: L. Nelson, business session the ministers
back after several days illness. because of a tonsil operation. president; the Rev J. J. Richards,I and their wives enjoyed talk on
.1 l l vice-president; and the Rev. C. N. "Church at the Crossroads" by

Mri. Flfleld'i clan Is wondering Walker, secntary. Mr. Walker,the Rev. Wade Pinckney of Ithaca,
why A) Taylor said In claw the SECOND TER I OF: Is the association's representative and vocal and instrumental numbers -
ether day that he teei a ghoul on on the Fruit Festival carnival attractions by the Rev. H. B. Calver of
every Friday the fourteenth. How committee.The I Portsmouth, O. Mr. Deuel made
About It Al? DADE TECHNICAL: association 'decided to hold the closing prayer.

II : a temperance contest, as it has I i I Present were: the Rev. and Mn.
Wynell Shepard hat been out SCHOOL TO OPEN done for the past two years, anda W, J. Parker, the Rev. and Mn.
several days because of Illness. committee composed of Mrs A.I John W. Porte, the Rev and Mrs.E. .
M. Vivien, the Rev. C. O. Nelson, F. Brown, Mr. and Mn. Calver,
The pupils In Mr. Dye'i room' The second term of the North- and the Rev. Thos. B. Sheldon of Mr. and Mrs. Pinckney, Mr. and:! APEX
are making a thorough study oft side Technical School. 1401 N. E.: Florida City was placed In charge I, Mrs Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs Vivien,
:Mammoth Cave, which the child- Second avenue Miami, will beginJan. of the event. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon, Mr. and'I With Any Electric Refrigerator
ren are finding very IntendingThey The association decided also 1 I Mrs. E. L. Nelson, Mr. and Mn.
31. Boys who plan to enter and Tonll! Boy u Apul
y are also studying the itari the field of the skilled trades may to ask the members of the official Deuel, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Mr. ,
The children an very proud of take.a two-year course In one ol boards of all churches and the I and Mrs Core, C. G. Nelson and Compare STYLING
wives of these board members to Mr. Norton.
.. .. ... the following trades: ornamental i *Yoa'U thrill at the 4tedacdve -
(MEL NEWSAt Iron, carpentry drafting, radio, meet in the Baptist Sunday school modern beauty of
SCOUT and electricity. The courses are building on Monday, Mar. 14, at I Feasibly OverstatementDiner I Apt Refrigerators .. Unquestionably -
-.. -- open to boys It yfirs of age or 7pm. The Rev. Harley R. Core, : "Walter, this Is positively: the most
the regular meeting of the over who have completed the ninth the Rev. Geo. E. Deuel and the the toughest steak I've ever had!" I beautiful of all refrigenuc.
Girl Scout held at the home of grade Rev. T. H. Norton were appointed Walter: "Hmm, haven't you eaten
Mn. Skill Tuesday, the girls votedto Boys who are not In school may to arrange a program for the here before, sir'" I ITurner's Compare USABILITY
get a finger-print set and mike' secure application blanks at the meeting.Mr. *Its huge shelf ores fires

record of their finger prints. Northside Technical School in Miami : Vivien was asked to speak you per Cubic COOL storagespace
Gui-line Pace, Mary Catherine and boys who wish to transfer Funeral Home

Suber, Patty Robinson and Barbara from high school may get application ; M-mt AMBULANCE SERVICE Compare FEATURES
Miller wen Invested. blanks from the principals
Vida Clark, Dora Scott Frances of the high/ schools at Homesteadand Let Us Lady Attendant *I@desire provides and need every so thfee ease jam so-

Rutland and Athley Kemp went Redland. The Northside Phone B64-R Homestead,Flo. swat coeYloleece.4 U the gym to work on their athlete Technical School Is a public IChoolIUpel'Vlled RejuvenateYourCar p.0dble _sewer ion.
badge, and both older and by the Dade County I
younger Scouts worked on signal school board, and there Is no'tui- Compare PRICK
ing.Frances tion charge to legal residents of the *Ape* R.efrJf eraiors see
Rutland, the hostess this county. Wood Work MUSICfor Asked seas.ri_tiiy lever
week, served a variety of chocolate Students In the technical school Cotnpu. atulttytmd. pricead -
candles The hottest next week spend three hours a day In actual Body, Fender Repairs all occasions I r ft will biji' M Apes

will\ be Curline Pace. shop work and three hours a day Tops and TrimmingSeat I $146.00
Present wen: Vida Clark, Dora In the related subjects of economics ORCHESTRAS AND TRIOS up
Scott Margaret Stillman, Marlon trade English, mathematics, Cover I EAST TERMS
Edmunds, Ann Hlckson. Ann Rhe- related science, health, and safety. PalntinrArt's Teacher of Banjo Mandolin and
ney, Ardel Parman, Curling Pace, All shop Instructors are men who Guitar Pioneer Appliances 1r/l/
Mary Catherine Suber Patty Rob- have had many years of successful
(Not Incorporated)
inson. :Melba Van Winkle Jane 1 experience in the trade whjch
Paint AeL.rfJOE
Fuchs, Jenny Hardle. Virginia 1 they teach. When students have Shop ASTORIA SID-L. KENDRICK. MCR.

Klnner. Frances Rutland Athley completed this wellornnlzedtr C/O TOM tEADEH-CNTERriUBB 10$ N. Krome Phone 4JSTABILITY
Kemp and Geraldine Reitz and I lnln., they ore in a position to 501 N. KRO.MB AVK.Fertilizers ._ ---
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Fall Crops WITH CONFIDENCE;

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Redland Brand Fertilizer L. L. 1'oyser and C. E.Smith, Representatives .

MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS P. O. Box: 621 Homestead, Florida
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"_." ---,,.. Mr and Mrs C. H. Stettanl 1

SOCIAL EVENTS 'I were dinner posts ot Mr. and tin. i: GROV

M. C IVM al their mole In OJuaTuaaday
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KEDLANB PRINCIPAL TO TALE bridge evening.wa enjoyed After the. dinner COCONUT THEATRE I :

TO HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. Mutlnee Saturday and Sunday RATSResit toaarlW 10* See; Mfcetrweftt haw
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Principal Carl Wagner of the a111M
LEGAL NOTICES
I Me tea p. m .
Bedlaad school will speak on '
14hetn I and B p. m.; Adm. :J5o: -
"How the School Can CooperateWith OF
NOTIOt OF SALE TAT CVRTIFIClflU. -
the Home in Character APPLICATION Nti. IM Sun.. 1101T1tH... Wed FOR RENT FOR SALE Tropical plants. citrus -
Notk h kmay ,lv.n that A. a. I.ivInavton < t tree and tropical fruit In
Building" at the Homestead P-T. 1 .... tlhd with m. wr.uaa WMH. .. Jan. !. 17 II and It FOR HINT Furnished 1
A. meeting on Friday, Jan. 21 at that Ika lax ..rtltI..... tnrrlhir wllk .11 apart- **aon. Jungle Grove Redbnl 1
iiikaioaint emitted team Inlod I I moot Water lights and bath. '! road and Phs imor driveR .
8 o'clock. IDa talk will be followed Ins tka rar IMT, oIt'h the Sal. IKidrorHni THE YEAR'S Prefer man ana wife. No children
and Odd W.ktr
forum. i
by an open to* *MI aa provided br Chapter IM" of or dog S. H. fitch King I. RID FRYIHS--14vt or an*. "'

the ItlT Aot. of the '-10101.". apt Ih,, GRANDESTLAUGHING Highway Kwt oil tf) *d. J'ree delivery city Phone 1
following daanrlbMl real t>ttto h the Co...1 I IIT I
AIRS. JOEL J. KOBINON 83J-M. Mctwtn
*f Uadt. atata of Klorldo l -wlt | Poultry PUnU '
ENTERTAINS B SQUARE CLASS Lot II aWvllla Aatd il>. tax w U FOR RENT 10 acre scarified I
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The B Square claaa met Mon- told 1114 of1o981 ldno, and>d rrpraatnta kr Onlfloot I....*. 'N'I I f"rIh I, land. 113 III acre. J. L. Hiteon, | LOST

1 b day at the home of Mr. and Mrt. years lore la 1N7, both llu.lvr I I SOCKEIOO( Nar nja. (a3U ,
amauntln to 111*.M. I '
Joel J. Robhuon. Lot 14 Btvllla. Am*. The tees ." hrtotd I i iI LOST At Seminole Theatre last
During the social hour contort I ar nldmoid ky Oertlt",-... NoIK I FOR SALE [ week bill told containing auto
of IMI. and npnamla taiol fot I
garnet were played and refreshments title certificate. Please return
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the mars 1VM to IMT. both Inrlutlir
were lerved. amoaatln to II Te. I FOR SALE Used gal stove with 1 1I )I to R. J. Caaaube Art's Paint d

I Bald. ta< amlflratoi brother with ThOM preient were: Mr. and .uh.suest, omttMd or W.M tees will b,. Shop. (jl<)
Mrs Daniel Wllliama,' Mr. and ,, old to the hlihait bidder at the r,."irlHuaot I N. Krome Ave. (J7) i
In Miami, aa the IMk day of Jar .
Mr H. L. Brown Mn. Fred
vary. IMH bralonlna- the knur of trn FANCY GIFT BOXli Orange, WANTED!: .
Chamber, Mn. W. L. Neeley Mrs.Margaret .'..... A. M. or aa use Urrraaftn aa the grapefruit tangerines etc. J JI
mine may bt roarbod In due __. ,
H. Daniel, Mill Jennie Dated at Miami Florida this the tack Shanklin Grove, Palm Ave., I '
Lobdell, Mln Grace Smith andMr day of Daoambar HIT.B. I Redland Road. WANTED Deed car .ale''man.

*. Robinaon. B. LEATHERAN, I 1 1j I I Attractive proposition. Apply
Clark 09rc.it Court (p mr II)
-- I Dad County, FlorkUSEAL cart Box V-122, Leadef-Enter-

GRAND MATRON TO VISIT I' I prlae. (17) I
I By INO. FBKNO D. C FOR SALE It poultry house

NARANJA O. E. S. FEE IT Published Doa II, IMT i Jnn. T. II, 1MI I Floiida type with metal roofs. WANTED Girls' bicycle. J4-

Members of the Noranja O.
1.1 Accommodate 100 hem each.
PKOTLAMATIOKWHKRBAI. Inch wheel Redds Dry Cleaner.
;p, Thursday evening at their tint th* city darter of the Pity Battery equipment to accommodate Ifomeatead.

meeting this year began to prepare ) ol Horn. load provide for the o-lootloa 01a I 1000 fryers and young
mayor and anon city councilmen klannually I.
for the oflldal visit of the grand oa the aocond Tuesday la January stock. 2 hand cultivator, seed I
of houses
WANTED Listings
matron, Mn. Charlotte Perry oft I at the rltr hall between tk* hour otI I drill and iprayer. Alice Slmoni -
ton a. m. an.Bond ty", and apartment tor rent Henry
Jacksonville who will visit! them AND WHEREAS .... follnrlair webdent. LEGAL NOTICE 1 corner Silver Palm Drive and
i Behren & BenJ. W. Morris N.
Feb. 17.IN'T. of the city of Homtotoad ko.. same Richard Road. (dl7U)
duly appointed by the ilty Maxwell a> I Krome av*)" north of 10-cent
Abortion, nI'Ie"", nam.lr W B. Cavor. I NOTII' fir PAIR OF TAT CERTIPICATRR.
14. (alB-tf)
I' Clark; If.... Wattle I. Rradkr.. Howard A..PLIt"ATIOII NO. sideNat. ROSE BUSHES: Guaranteed 1- I store; phone "
1 Lamb and R:. F. Rroolwr, ..It.... ----
BE SKINNY .. k Irritably rlvm that L. H. 0.... 1-
NOW TRKBEFORR.: I. Ton J Harris I bM filed with OM edit.j roomrt that the yr. old tlcldgrown everblooming ,
Amaatiialain* at f (a U foundi taa mayor of the city of Homo.tad.. da korohyarorlalm loa nrtlflrat** Uanrthn with all anboa.aunl varletlei. Fall planting belt. LEGAL NOTICES
faw wack* are oft a mad br idrtlal January II, 19ot. ai municipalabrction mltted or knlod taM Imludlnitto '
I iaarl Vitamin and area (M tonula.l day In the ..,,. of R_wail and year I'I7, hold by tie Sate b* .... Free cataloguo. TYTEX ROSE
r. VIa.I) M Four Vlaal helps call upon .11 anallfbM ...... to eaat their ........ tad Avoid to ere klrbomt bM H. for NURSERIES.: TYLER TEXAS. IM OEM e.rtlflste .heed W54 In Ibis ...meat
=::" appet/le. Imprr: blood A bellow for ...,..* and Milan city. council' i ..., a* provided by Chapter IMM of tk* All.... .,_.
siyI/enl, u kelthewadO ; man at the polllnl won In the ally ballbotwtoa 1M7 Art of the Lal.l.l. upon the Unions laid oartlflraW Ihill .. rr-
Sala needed ....Iab''bioi and the hours off at00 a. n. and lunM.'nod. fountains doaerlbrd real estate la the FOR SALE Buick coupe: 1931 _... aooonlliie. to law. (k.. Prominent
\ II d.Iltat s a till. doe. ,I eo.... of of Pkirlda. basil model. A-l condition. Ernest P. described Ihmln will ka o..,lil to the hl.K.it .
I this the Ills. dar of DoMmbar1M7. t a<4 of It4110811% section skitter al the Court mama door un tka
= I I II, Tow ship M, tuna ::1-i.. tana Roberta. (n28 U) flr.1 Monday l. tko math of F.......,.
BROWNE PRESCRIPTION DRUG
STORMLEGAL
Tom 1. Rarrll, .).. TU day of rVhruan1MH
I I 10 he .aid are wWrmd by Certltlrea.I I which la Uw .
n..ro'"I.U of HnnaotM I 1171 of leM and rtai'iatnta' UnM FOR SALE Grapefruit Isle of '
NOTICES I 14 111; Jan. 7) I I foe the yam 1MB b. larT. both -U.I -. Pines variety Sec bu. Tangerine IMtod this Und day of IVr mb.r. IMt.B. .
I claana amountlnr; '"HI.II.I I II B. LKATHRKMAWClark .
NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX I Hold ..< nrtlfloitea tmnrthrr with .11 25c peck. Mr* Eva Collins, od.Clrrult Court,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DKKD. inbMcjuont omnttd. ar loosed tons will b*I Modello. (dlO U) h OountT. FlorkraBrN ,
DKKII.Ckaptar : Chapter 17417-AcN ., III). File. A-IT4t told to the h"bldde." at the CourtHooaa 0 aTKBHKTI: D .
IT4IT-A A-I7M. I L. ahn>l>ard. holnVr of Stage and County UM, hnlnnln at the hour of tea FOB SALE Home 4 apart- II. Jan 1. 14, !Mi.
.. NOTICE IS HMEBT GIVEN that C. Tax Certificate No. Mil .issued the Mh oVIork A. M.. or H anon thereafter aa t menu, liD! South Krome '
A, Chambora holds of Slat and County day of Ai-rurt, A. D. IM't' tad came i tha aarna may ha raaahrd In ... ravna.I ORBFR FOR PIIRLICATIO dIN
I Tar Oarttfloatai No. 7PI7 and fold, mend I IUM I ln my offto*. and haa '; uppHnitliin I I Dated at Miami Florida aMi the 41kU lvenue.I'i Tm riMoorr OOORT ri.KVKNTH
7U oar of .inly, A, D. I.... h.. fibdaaaw for a tax dlord Id ba btuod Uwnoa. Bald of January. KMB. I LEGAL JUDICIAL JRgjl1ic DADS IIINTY,
hi my affloa. and hat made appll.cattoa Canlflealo taibnnt the foUowlo. aaatrlb.ad B. LKATHMtMAN: 'I rl. RIUA. [ CARR NO f
for a taa dada bt .Mood thereon propntr. tht Comity of Dade State" dtork Circuit Oaaat, I'' 11114.
M. I'lot Florida, to-wlt Dada County Florida. Any at Dmnkot, IMT.M. MM Oardnor. Plaintiff, ... i_UadCardoor.
\IP"IL': aWU Issues I, (Circuit Court Basil I IIty I, .-ft UtATnKRMAM. lW.ao.at
state nf FIortda. to.wlto J Kanaa 40 dot JNO FSNNO.: D 0. I Clark commit OWL BILL FOB DIVORCE
1_ of UK I. Klwk I, Common containing 10 mores mom or 1 ti. In PaMtohod. Jan. 7. II II. lux ,I IO Dad o.a.... Potemkin.REAL It anfirariMt br affidavit apprmM iI .
Adr:., .Ruben.. Plat Buok i, par 7. the County of Dada, state of Florid.Tk .. I "* I aka kill filed' In theabut. Mated ran.. n.u
In th* CoveN of Oadt. Rate of FlorIda antr.im.nt of Hid vroparly under N '"W'* OF Pair ft* TAX t'ERMPI-l!!' w JNO. FENNO D. c 'Claud Oardaar, the Dfndanl ih r l lI I"
i t a. *mbra>rd In Ort.flcal No. till laid. roitlfkat kauri win in tho nanwof. CATER APPLICATION NO. IM. Published Dot. II 1M7 daa. t. 14, ION.NOTITP. I named k a _._...., of the tint, f
7117. Tk aatoaimtnt of .ild uropmty i David Kin*. Nottoa la hereby Own that William F. :.. Florida, and hi. rooM.... I. ...h'.'' ,
1 under tie said CtiWtrau bavndWM v.... takl oartlfkato ....11..UIY. | Hattnon ha. filed. ..I.h...* written r..._t or aAI II o. TAX rr.nnrifATEl. that then k no ....,. In the M'.", "..f
, hi the lame of Unknown. dsm.drdtow; Ni law, the propertydotorlktd ; that the tai ...,ltf,.... toavtktr with till APPLICATION NO III. Florida the .rrvl. of ........iiii "
1 tit 4, Illook I, Cimm.rr Add. aSa therein will ... sold U> the hirh- I lukoaauont omlttod or Irrlrd tau> Inrlud. I Nodes l I. hawiby Siren that Robrrt PP.r I whoM wmild hind ouch Defendant n..I I H "i
......, Plat Book I. pait aT, In the I oat bidder al the Court boos door on thr Inn the year INT. hrld by the atab ka ,r. nod wife ami* 4MIM POTMM.ha h' I* nvor the air of Iwanty"".. y", <
County of Dado, Stair of Florida, a. font Monday In the month uf I PVbruaryiwm ndvtrtlttd and .coil! to the highest bidder ;| flUd with IM wrltlan rmiMt that the I ll la tlwr fur. ordered that aid i 'n r i
wibraord la CarMlcala N.. 70IH, 111. which ta the 11t1 day of Frkru.ryIMJ. i for raah aa prorldod by Chapter IMM ofth. tar rartirlratm weather with nil cub I loot Pafodant ho .nd h. U In r: ,l\. .
a.aoiaaiant of said property under the I| IUS7 Art. of Ih. iMthlatur.. i"i the M uonl umlllwl or I..... lass IndudlmiUw j quilted. to apaaar to the mil ,,f 0 n,, I Ia., t
raid Cwrtktl.au know was In the Dated thai Itk. r0., January, "an. following domrraVil Pool state In the Co''. rear 1M7. held. hr V State bo adortbod .I nlod Amid *au<. un or bafur. M.n.l.v\ ,
nama of UnknownUtilora : i L.RATMKRMAN ty uf Dad.. Pilot of Florida, lo-wMi I \ sod sold .. 'i\,. .karhoat *.... for the. :dar of .. '. \. D 1074, .:.H I .
, Mid Omlfloaua hall be to-, Clark of Clnult CourlDad Lot 17 Monk 0, Itwna ulna Hi table r..... .. pmvklra br 'liapttr IMM, at the' wthe allakiUun. of aalil bill will \ ........ a.wrdlag w law. the pepiny County Hondo Add Th" "' ... k ... mM are *rl.denned 1*.T ATM of the In "tut. ... UM fol. late" as ""'t... h. "Of Ih'fndx".,
.leaerlbed" w1U sold to htablal I circuit Court Ital.Hy by Certificate No. If"$ of I ...,.. aWurlbod nil tklatt III the Count 'I I. furtkor irdi,..... I hat thin ?"I'M l I"
bidder d the:1::..Mat ':. d..., o''t the first N C 8TKRRETT D CJta 12H and rcpnTKontJi talon fur Uit year ot IiKto atato of nurUX Ufwlt.Lota pn'd/deed ya a week for four rain. "
I Hiad.y In the month of February, 1139. ( 7, II. I'. Ml Ml to 1MI b4k ....1....". aad IM7 I, I 4 T Blo-dtl Cora, lhl" lie .col. : Roo.ol. .J Lo-der ynl.,: ,
whk-h la the Tth day :,t F >rnarr. lullUaud -. .liii-unlln u 170.74.Poll .1.1 Commit Green Bartl** Ho. < Tha PI a ...>rai..r pnblkhod In .aid t'."." 'r
this Ith day of l.nuary, IMaR. NOTICE OF PATS OF TAX CERTICICATKII. ui ...t'I"t"' with tons to bu toM art *r<**IMd Or a.Sate..
D. LEATHWHAN: << APPLICATION NO. H.Notlot aubtoiiuont' omlttnl or levied I.... will b* Mflmt "'.. M<< of lose and raara.KM. This omission Mth 1.M.K. .
Clark of Circuit Qmirt, ta hereby (Inn thai. .... KatrFlawon told to th. hktbaal bidder at the Court Un for the Yemen IMt 10 I.'. B LKATHRRMANCUrrk
Dad County Florida kaa filed with I'. wrtttxm minaret Rose In Miami ... the Idtk day of Jan. /admin..m.ounti.e to '1\.11. at Circuit t-. itlOlnmlt .
Clr.uk Court "' 1. thai the tax .. MIN 1'H. Kwrthar with all vary, ISIS, kviuiiliia- the hour of Ta ...... I* and It Work 111 Carol Gables ( Court fttojlBy
By N. 0 8TEBRKTT. D. 0Jap subsequent Amount or tatted. laxoa laalud- .'.1"" .. A. M.. or aa. anna trwroaftor aa Oonoaut Ones Section. No. I. The M. SWIFT, 0.".... d.rfc
( 7, 14, tl. II) Ice t8 ys r hay. by the Sao "be the aamt may b* .......... m due aour, total to W told are oMMoW br aor.tlHrat vow C. 6wearlnna.
advmWM and :tl'aa to tb. Motional bidder. Doted at Miami "lor..... till the Ink No. 1144 of 191* and rn.ro.ornta .lIdlol far Plolotlff.Ills." .
i18.IMbli4 to moth u Provided by Chapter. 1.298 of day of Daaambrr ISM man for the pears leis to IttT 24,84 I... T. .14))
the 1117 AN aI Us Labaturs. spin Vw K. IL UATUERMAN both ,.. .. .*. ._..1.. to ".....
. Edward Stiling 'oIl..ln..Ibod rant amts I. the Clerk Circuit Court, Mill tam rortlf.Ua smoother oil, all norm or SALE or TAX (RaTIFICATES .
. I" CO\II y d Dad., sate Florbd.w D.... c-'J'. Fbrkla.BY ukHnuont Am tied or ltW ton will ko
/ Real state 16 to II I.t 1 Coma::'I\ SEAL are I. IK. hkrhott Mditar M tk* CoortHMM NnU" b krrrbt gins Ui.t I. H. llhin.ha. >
I' Addn. The Uxt "' -.* told ..* rrl.dtaord :rIOi.FENNO, D. 0. I* Miami oa the IMk day ft JOTuon. fill with aw wrtrtoa raqnnt that" IktMi .
General Insurance by certificate Mo lillll ., "' Pvbll..hd. Dee. 1l. i 7, 14 to":, ion. hoalnnlna- at the hour of T.. nartineotai _.... with nil 0W.N
and n-nrwrnu lain for till yoan mlto : o'clock A. M ot aa ions ...._'... aa the I guest Emitted or ...... taxes inhaling .k,
FLORIDA CITY, FLA. 1117 both Inclusion, amountlaf to NOTim OF PAIR OF TAX (IF.TIFI., Mim may k ,.uch.d In doa *oun*. your UrT."Md k' tht atata U ao ndrb.rd
Cer. Palm Ave. and B nut i.. CATER APPLICATION NO. Itt. Dated al ,,,-..I. Florida this the lltk .ad oM to the solution bMdar for .hpnirla .,,
Ave Lot It E .1:. IMmrtoo/t Adda. Th. Notk la hereby glean that B. L. Nub at DMtraliar. IMT.B. >d ChapMr IMM, of -Ih, I u
toM to ht wild are **lo>ntod by ... hM,. filed with m* anrlttaa --I that the B. LSATAF.RMAN.Js Arta of shy Lazkbiti"' upon ih,. r..likw n
silicate No. loss of 1IIST and mro.aont t otrtlflAlai. karathor wl Clerk Clrn.lt. Court dMtrllH _l Asian hi the romu i
I taxes for the yoan IVta to IMT. .,'.., omltunl/ or torlod. ton pads County, Florida Dade Mata of Florida, to.wH i
both .......1... ,_" .U" M 114... UK roar IMT brtd.by the sate 1..1..11"1 SEAL lot II Hkirh M C Cal Oaldn !toIL -i
Lot U B. E. Llvlniton'- Adrin. The UMl and amid M th sitting 8r .rJfO, FlNH" 0. 0. This Oman b. 'h., ,,Id an ..1...n.i'
to<.. to "bo' mid are rvldanMdl by rar.Mfinal I, auk ai Provided by Chanter -.p. of := : 1'10'' Dec, 31. 1017 ; Jan. 1. 1 1$98. br <.. Hfk-al. No .' .If of inl or I
.* No. 10IM of 1M7 and ....... 1M7 Ante of the Loa-tolatura :11 min "..t. avow r ih. nan m.! '
...... t.KM for tho years laid to IM. foUowlnti dMorlbrd eel ..... In ... !(: NOTICE Of AFP'" M ATlOt F> Ttl IN?. both 10.. .I.,,. ajuwntlnu '
both InrlN.ivr. amountl>K ,. WHIT County of Dad auto of Florida, lo-wllil I lF FII IM,11. 4
sold ti arrtlflcawa aajrthar with I NWW of WWI.of IW14 ka. W II '' Chanter 17417-A." ml loaf fibA...... Raid. lai .1t1.1I.. with| all ."I....,. i
I.,>-riu.o: omIIMl/ or "levied taao. will not fart SMlon II Township M names NOTICE ia jrem-BT GIVEN its D. mlttol "r I I. nl "..., will" ,. .,1., I.. I
Id t" lli> hliihm bidder al the Court I .1. The Mss 'n ho m.to ors esldrosd I Fl".I Ilk, .holds 11a.me I in Miami on th. link day nf kr omlflrato No IIItT of nil and T.. C"'I'II'.I. N" 2614surd ilk on,I. ..n the and I doe .,1 Vooto.,.>iv. mix, I Irlunli I.
'.... IUS" Wirlnolni at the hour ot J.'I! prproatiM. taaot far the pan MM to I' d AI."" A. D lit, baa fib i -am.la I t M IkV h<.M "|' 1., ,>'.I.k| A U .
; 117. gents 1..1....... amounting offln. .. .
i lock A M" i.r.. loon IhrnaJl ao to my and ha nna tt> applirallun for M .son 1I".r r Ih. ua, .n.' '". I
,,,m._ may I. r,ckrf. i iK. I. due ........ IUT liI a tax D, ''d 'I III'ml Motorboat ibis the. tOnhay 1 1f I Raid 11 orrtlflrati romrUnr wllh alt I! <<:."ltIHo... raibracM 'h* fnlhrwla derail Dotted at hlamFlerldn/ I..... 'h, a i
.. "I r-....... 1087. I, ml-...the oatltlnl or krriod. lav. will a* td arootrty I.howltoh.ICollator: of Dad. flu dnr of January I*'* i
-W to Uitaart buds at the Caws of Florida, : ,
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8AL ItHrrtaftir to weM.r t .Ilulb M. me Host. la the L ' Dr FFMNO. n CPublaaSad .I mir .kr reached In due tvan*. .. .., n.., ".1. ...r..., 1. Ill JMI Mal"l'o/
Pat $l. 04N0.n.. 7, 14. IHia.DR.M.A.J3EIIGEI t, Dated at Mlaat" !( FWUa. this .... Nth .2 saw oo s5_.t almost 0 we to to" 1| 'uhHoh".hi"< I :: : | u
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seaft 5, ...d, I.w1.sr FTEBJIINK traelsterad NEWT G. BALL

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DINING AND MEITINO DOOMS I 'Mlar* ia It oTHtardt ,
R.4.-3w1M elm PN..se 3Nh f"" First National! Silk I, Mi'i iry AP ado Fire In prance and

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Pap Twelve TEE .LFADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 14. 1938 j, .

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TO MARK 200TII Healing Services Begin
Jan. IS at Church of God Southern
ANNIVERSARYWFSL t Maxwell w
; The Key. Chis. Gehrk of Oxford Lady : 1
Wis, evangelist will con House .4.:
DEATH duct service In the Homestead Salad G ,.
Church of God from next Sunday, .,
I Jan. IS. through Jan. SO. 1 COfFEE ".:
Net Monday morning members Dressing
I Mr. Gehrke will hold
.
j of the RtdUnd District' M. E healing services the first
l church and M. 1:.. South, and tell of his many .peeill// quart 1 1 hZSc
churches will Join with the other I announce) the pastors
twelve thousand Methodists of church the Rev F Brown and W, 161411at '] "m3 Z7c
the Miami District In an Alders-I the Rev. Grace Brown.
i gets rally in Wait Palm Beach In Services will begin each evening
commemoration of the two-hun- at 7:30 with good singing and
dredth anniversary of the conversion -I prayer. All are Invited to come Ballard' Plain or Self-rising. PHILLIPS ,
of John at Alders- ,
Wesley and to feel at home.
gate, London. Glb. "kg. ...... ...... 29c PORK & BEANS x

" the On Rev.Monday J. X morning Richard ot, this pastor week of t "Yes. air,aabblsh these are the ruins FI our 'JO 1b. bag ................ 53c 5c
the Homestead Methodist' Church, it a building that was In existence 16 (QQz. can ---.. -
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and a group of Miami Methodist 2300 years ago" declared 20 lb. bar .... .. 9&
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ministers went to Savannah to the guide. I Save the Coupons. Bob White
Uk part In a world-it'Ide fourday "What nibbbht' one member of
Ald :rs N-Xt Monday morning a motorcade It', only 1937 row." I
MW1'I'I
of can from the Miami I Dispatch.
J area Biscayne will form boulevard at Wth In street Miami and at CRISCO 3 Ibs. SSe 2 No. 2 cans __ 15c

6:45: o'clock. It VlU be directed by I
Kenneth a Bess of the Combs Spaghetti Dinners AU Good Yellow Cling
HEINZ
funeral Horne and escorted by
two motorcycle officers from Palm 40c [ medium PEACHES
14c
Beach County. Can from each CATSUP
; community on the way -to Palm No. 2% can 18c
Beach will be ready to fall In line large ZOc --
aa the motorcade reaches them We serve home-made
and It la expected that 125 cars Italian bread Bakery Northern Tissue 5 large rolls JERSEY .
will hi In line as the motorcade
passes through Welt Palm Beach in connection; Joe Pa- CATSUP ,
to the First Methodist Church lazzola, prop. I IPALERMO'S BATHROOM GAUZE Z4e
A second Florida rally will beheld I
In Tampa on Jan. 18, a third 2-14 oz.bottles 25e
D in Jacksonville on Jan. 19, and a ,
I fourth In Tallahassee on Jan. 20. SILVER COW OR GOLDEN KEY BOUQUET
) Duringthe next five months, It SPAGHETTI HOUSE i I I
,
\ is estimated, more than ten million PINEAPPLE

will Methodist be commemorating in the United the States conversion Clinton Florida Garage City Bldg. Milk 3 tall cans ZJe:

I r of John Wesley __1 I Save the coupons No. 2 can ..-- 15eI

d EARLY JUNE


\\ GOOD I VEGETABLES II IFresh Meats I PEA "

i
I 2 No. 2 cans ..19c

CODDLER Country Roll
\ \ MEAL OR GRITSI,
\ Irish Potatoes Creamery '

BUTlER 5 Ibs. .. 19c
n ;
I'1 10 Ibs. .. .. 1Sc

1I lb. .n__. .. 3Ge FANCY t 4
. \ Fresh Firm

I ( CABBAGE Boned and Rolled R ICE ;
and Trucks
\ VEAL ROAST 5 lbs. ... --- 23c
lb.--. n. 5c
i. I i BLACK EYE
.. lbe __._ ... 29c
Iceberg
1934 PLYMOUTH COACH i PEA

LETTUCE Good Western

1929 FORD COUPE 21bs. ._____ .lSeIb
: 2 heads ..n. 17c Round Steak I ILong
I 1935 FORD TUDOR
BROWN
BULK
I ......-.. 25c 'Jfcd "{
i 1936 FORD FORDOR TOURING yellow SUGAR I

CARROTS Western Chuck o'

1930 CHEVROLET SEDAN 4 Ibs. -....--- 25e
2 bunches 15c BEEF ROAST
: 1928 CHEVROLET 1-TON TRUCK DEL MONTE

, Firm ripe -23c .'
;..;: 1930 FORD DW-131 TRUCK RAISINS 1
BANANAS FRESH PORK
: t ((931 CHEVROLET 157 CAB TRUCK SHOULDER pkJt. ."---12;;

H 31bs. ....... .10c D I '
1934 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP rymx'U. ;'
lb ..---.... 19c ;
S.No. 1 FRUIT
1936 CHEVROLET 131 CAB TRUCK Fresh homemade '

..' FORD York Apples Pork lb .......... 15c t
1931 131 CAB Sausage

5 lbs. 23C assorted
--- Canada Dry
TRUCKBird Fresh lb----------- 29 flavors !

lost Cauliflower Banquet sliced DRINKS

BACON .

ChevroletCo. lb. _.__.__...1 3 tor_......25c. i ilb. (
.' .....__.._ 35c (phis bottle deposit)

LONG CRISP 1MaJ Froth Dressed Bread and Butter ,'

CELERYFlt, Y E R S PICKLES


p- 103 N. Krome Are Phone 93 I 1I 1 Stalk un... 12c lb. _........ 35c jar ...........lSC




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