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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00262
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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-NO. 3 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940 FIVE CENTS





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I Plane Crashes in Try !62 BUYERS RESERVE ENTIRE 1




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INJURED- t I Mrs.\ Bow Showered With Tribute AS BUSINESS START NEARS 1


I At Housewarming of New Library i

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I IN ACCIDENT J Praise befitting one of JJome -were host at the..boue.warming THE WEATHER (Growers Will Get FreeI

stead's leading and best loved.cltl- and, of course,JHn.lBaw WM guest!I t., I Service At Trading
I Mn..1.. of 'hoMr.. A- IJviirypton, president ,, I Center
tens WM heaped on
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Bow at the housewarming of her of'the board wa master oi'l I I.'O..ns.sas.....' a..Itr.swat. ".....ta....... .Mr.-scat rlwua
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EASTOFCITYl I dream of more than a quarter ofa Describing the early history! of I Date ,feu.t MI.. i B... : sale !IWILSON SETS APR. i14S I

century-the new $23,000 municipal the library, Mr*. Geo. Ranson I j -1-' '- ''' DEDICATION DATE
--- I I library building first president of the Homestead 'faa.12 f(4 f I SB 130.0&1 !I _

$400 Damage Is Caused i T, .Misty eyed, the librarian sat Woman' Club, said there were noj].J an. 13 85 I &8 1211.9&1 I Additional Buildings May civic Homestead'and JAn. 14 I 83 I 118 I I
To Ship Rented from ,within the edifice ,that U 'It1eown".and ? that torganiiation itho .pl imwer"in Woman's'Jan. 18 -,1110, 1 110 130'.0111 I I Be Erected, Dill

Local Men ?? :I mpreajerltatlve beard ciltaansiW officials and Mass othe<4] here died"out when.dhe 1917. :T. I Jan. 17' 1'73 1 47 130.081Jan. I -
I stead txtolt her untiring effort in The club, she 18 1 I 148 ,130.011 I
ONE VICTIM SENT the punult of an Ideal and her present said was con-tracted I
organized In 1821 with 50 charter i I
TO l\fIA1\I1IIOSPITAL success in bettering her com
munity. She was radiantly happy, member and it inherited I among !City State Farmers' Market 1*

Hough Land of Glade but the accepted the tribute with other thing from the pioneer organization SCHEDULE ROUTE:expected to be ready for business
bookcase filled with
a
,,the modesty that has marked her within 10 day. It .wa* announcedthis
Proves book, and lot Krome
4 Unsafe for a on ave
" Landing j I public Member career.of the library board nue. The first objective of the FOR MOTORCADE week by Gordon E. Dill, manager *
club was to build library but the of Jhe market.

,)lAn airplane-owned by ''two I ,numbers little.dreame* tJ1at?theft ,OF ROTARY' CLUB t At present, electrical wiring and
FIND would evolve tthe present magnificent
tt ", ...&"' Homestead! ; .. men crashed at noon MGHTORS i structure, he said.. -'j I tfluiument are being installed that.
yesterday when -attempting Id "Muss Julian W. Webster! nether4'[i"'Plan for the annual motorcade (finishingtouches' are being placed
',BODY OF AGED I past president ot the club, related 'ion the restaurant and construct -
alight on the farmland of a passenger mat .Friday in. wninh members
tlOft of the smaller of the two
how Mr*. Bow operated the first
L J. Burke, the
near I :library at the Woman Club.buildIng and guests of the Miami Rotary I trading sheds Is Rearing completion
Mowry Street Canal sixmiles 'MAN DEAD : with efficiency "and disputedContinueden Club will visit l'ohlts of interestin 'Oiling of the TJ-foot wldff
east of Homestead. \VEEKI roadway and loading which
area
( Page Three i Sooth Dade and stop here .for
Burke, who live at Miami, ,..-'I i !'lunch a* guests of the Homcstecd !encircles -the larger. shed will take

calved a broken jaw and back Injuries I Charles W. Hope. 78, retired I ( .place next week.Thirtyseven
;club, have been pro and the pilot of the plane, ,stationary engine fireman for the BFNEFIT STOWSCHEDULED '' J. ... Brooks general' space in the 600-foot shed and 25,
I of New York.
city was found dead
Lee Vila of Goulds, suffered a ; Chairman of the arrangement, .nave reserved space in the 400-
; small cut on the head. Burke wa"l eve.'nue'last FOR announoed. feet shed The spaces tire of vary
I ing1 her 'and rent for them will
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taken to the Post I
praduate
) occurred a week before, Mr. Brook.I.ld the motorcadewill
pital in a Turner ambulant and I followed! a heart attack, according SAFETY' PATROL leave Homestead' and travel.'ment be obtained of from cent buyers by asscss-
later was removed to the University to Justice of the Peace Sid L. the east DIxit Highway to Cutler handled. one The per package
assessment will be
Hospital, at Miami. I Kendrick, who 1 II ex-offlcto cor thence to South Allapattah Gardens |
: used for maintenance and expenses -
The owned Ernest |
plane by
oner.
thence To Mowry Street* .
Neil and Carl Drawdy, wale 1 funeral services In charge of Tommy Tucker Imitator of animal Canal. The Car "mill return to of the market.Dedication
i of market will
the
aged to an extent of $400. dam-I the Turner Funeral Home wen and bird sail and creator ofvocfcjjound Homestead f or Me8iih :Sty luncheon
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take place April t, William L. Wil-
Burke and Vila had Effect :
set for 2 o'clock this I afternoon at : formotion after which they will r ove through
for ride and, pictures, will be the featured son, director of the state marketing
plane a pleasure the graveside In Graceland Park at- the grove section ot the district.
later decided to visit Burke' traction of show to be bureau, informed Mr. Dill In a f
I Memorial Cemetery, at Miami, a given under The motorcade will end at the .
property near the canal, it wa I',with the Rev T. J. Geary, pastor auspices of the Junior home of Dwight May. where the letter.The I
market service i tree tn
aid. In landing on the roughground of the Sacred Heart Catholic Woman's Club for the benefit of visitor will partake of fruit and *
the plane nosed over and I Church of Homestead, officiating the Homestead High School safety fruit juice. growers and farmers who bring l

the two men were injured by the II Mr Hope, a native of New York, I patrol In the Neva King Cooper I I Dr. W W. Peter, founder of the their products to the market to I I
be od! Mr. Dill pointed out. An
and the Undercarriage school auditorium
impact The propeller I purchased the house on Eighth next Thursday Council of Public Health in China
of the ship were damaged avenue four :years ago and f night Local talent ,also will be and for .U years actively engagedin advertising campaign will be
badly. then had been pending the since i on the program. I medical work among the started soon to acquaint growerswith 1
Proceeds of the show win be' the aims and manner of operation -
ters her He lived alone, but Chinese, poke at a meeting of
of the market and with the
frequently entertained visitors added toes fund to defray expenses .
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KEYVEST DUE I from Miami. Neighbors saw him of the patrol to the annual na- I t I I I II opening data, he said
last when he bade goodbye to W. tional safety convention! at Washington The two market sheds contain J
FOR GAME HERE 'A. Hartzell of Miami at his door D. c., iiwxt --summer The COUNCIL ADOPTS I total of ".220 square feet of
{During the succeeding d v* when band of the Homestead High floor space and the"entire market
I i The failed to appear alarm WM School will furnish music for the I property comprises 20 acres of i
(!felt, and last Saturday neighbors, show CONTROL PLAN(land. Another shed will be erected
WmijjRQWERS Green Rive and C. D. Eaker, Mr Tucker, who has appeared II near the present two if future) ;
broke down rear door IrA die- at !the Radio 'City Music Hall :In :i business warrants and a building] j
I., The Grower of Homestead covered the body. New> York, and on the Fibber Mo- FOR CITY BOOKS to house rest rooms and quarter t
High School will renew athletic I|I Mr. Hope I II survived by a step- Gee and Mollie radio program 1* for the relaxation of patrons la i
Patrick and said to have been the originator I being considered Mr. Dill said.
relation with the Conch of Key I lIOn Delaney a niece] J
West High School tonight in the Miss Agnes Coleman, both of of the Tartan call used in the A control system of bookkeepingfor A spur from the F. Z. C. railroad
local gymnasium in I game expected I New York. series of Tartan motion pictures. the city of Homestead whereby t aclu, a short distance from the
to be tip-top basketball I a picture of the financial con sheds will be built In the nearfuture 1
dition of the will be be aid.
city accessible -
fare. The southernmost basketball -
team and the local teamhaven't First Carload of Early Tomatoes --I to city councilmen at At the front end of the larger 1
I shed are the prices of Mr. Dill,
the end of each months was
opposed each other In
five yean. Both are strong, and i' Sent From Area to Northern l\Iarketj adopted by the council al a meetIng room for telegraph Instrument
Coach Ted Slater of the Grower Tuesday night sod telephones rest room and the
laid his charge will have their I Movement" Redland District tall. It will be at least two weeks 'The system wu preen*d by restaurant, which is to be oper-
i John A. Hctthews, ccrUfta publicaccountant ated by William Folllard of Home-
hand full.Tuesday I tomatoes northward started this before any glade tomatoes will be '
the Grower will take I week with the Dixon Packing ready for picking.The who recently itead.
on Ft Lauderdale on the local Dixon Company is the only pleted an audit of the city' com-I The smaller lied will contain
floor. They played the packing concern which i* handlingthe Under the old system the 'machinery to be used by pa rent, i I
twice last year and each up-tt.ter'j- early tomatoes, it wa said financial status of the city, together "Including vegetable and fruit
a game. I. Other large packing companies are with the expenditures I(graders and pucker .
The Grower won their last I I The movement I* slow and will awaiting the coming of the regular against the budget was known to I The nearest state farmers' mar. I
three gtmes, two of which were i i not gain any momentum for two glad crop. the city official only at the end I I ket to the local one is at.Pompano
played away from home. They I[or three weeks, packers reported. It wa estimated that approxi- of thtf year. In the future each and its floor space .la rented by
Journeyed to Lake Worth last The tomatoes being shipped an mately 1,000 acre of tomatoes member of the council will receivea both buyer and sellers, Mr. Dill
i t Tuesday night and won 38 to 20.]I from the pine land sections which were drowned out by rains during printed coPT of the various I([said. There art 2V state farmers'
t" (Continued on Page Three' ) [escaped the two destructive rain- I the past several months. (Continued on Page Three) markets in the (tat*. 1


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Page _Two_ THE [,F..ADER.ENTERPISB Friday, January 19, 1940 ..

Mother, Child Hurt Gouman was struck broadside by GOSPEL CRUSADE TO END Orange Juice CampaignTo cago In the next few days to
another at the intersection it waiaakl HERE ON: SUNDAY NIGHT II attend a meeting of the committee:
I A> Machines Crash The child was thrown to Push Citrus Trade on Jan. 24 for the purpose of
the road and the ear was damaged The Compel Crusade being heldat determining the need and ,plans ]
Mr, C. A. OOMHMII and daughter badly. The victim weir taken the Homestead NaaareneCbdrch I Lakeland Jan: 18.-(Special) for further national citrus promo-
I MaxiM, (, of Goulds to attracting a large attendance bona this
are oemfined t* the hospital la an ambulance It was announced The With a fresh orange Was drive season
at the Post Graduate Hoepl- of the Turner funeral Home. meeting started Monday night, I now In progress throughout the In addition to the chain drug
t tal at Homestead Buttering cuts Jan 8, and will continue through I nation by 4000 member at the atom association members, the )
and bruises received la an automobile "An exclusive vegetable. diet Sunday night current orange Jules drive has
association of chain drugstores
i accident at Silver Palm I will give. you a trim figure' The Rev. L. Lee Galnea ofMiami national the support of many members ot
drive and Farm Life road at "Did you ever take a food look la speaker tor the meeting. 'I Florida members of the national Institute of distribution and
noon Tuesday. I at a hippopotamus-Michigan! The music it being furnished by citrus merchandising com- I the limited price variety store as j.
( The automobile driven by Mr. Christian Advocate the Rich Family of Buffalo, N. Y. mittee prepared to leave for Chi! _lation.

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(Continued from Page One) II Iwest's Special 1 ;j

but ever had the desire to carryon
her work it downtown
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point where the could reach mOT' FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 19th and 20th

reader With some reluctance E B*
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the rented FREE DELIVERY
city a Krome avenue i S
location and Mrs. Bow accompanied t ALL J
her book when they were r FANCY LARGE
transferred from the club house .tact ATIONAL 1
Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe present r ONIONS h COM ANT LETTUCE
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president of the club was high m
tier praise for Mrs. Bow and her 5c CRACKERS
3 FANCY BEADS5c ; .
Wonderful. past and present work IBS. ,
And on and on, guests called 3 12c
upon for a few words bv Mr BOXES
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Livingston added their word of
kmdntlon for the citY libnnn,
M" E. A fluchannn pn tent
ff the Junior Woman's C'l'r ,111' + 4 Independent Merchant with SU i>tK CHAIN STORE PRICES j
"11'.. Clna Stewart, pro d n' o' ,
the Homestead Business and 110 IRI Bs YORK IMPERIAL
fesaionalWom.rn'i Club, pilux.1, i FUANK BE.DDOW f
the': sentiments of the others I Frank Brddow. supervisor of POTATOES Lbs. 21 c APPLES .5 Lbs. 19c
Member of the library board: the
In
I national.business census
Sirs H. H .
Ewing Mrs J E
Florida reports rapid and ...tlsr..ctol'1 I
fiauzens, H. A. Cameron and Wil- .
of the ,
progress census ,
liam Muaselwhitc and City Coun- :I'Iroughout the sl.itc The census wIFT I i
filmen' Frank B. Hue and W R. I s'arted Jan 6 and .is expected to MAXWELL ,III)RLL

Bird were. Mr.introduced Cameron by expressed Mr Livfiigston. I continue z. O. Young until April, supervisor 1. of the I ROUSE LARD t

Appreciation for the financial aid census In the Miami area visited COFFEE
the B 4-P
given library by the county Homestead Wednesday and ins KIM
>mmlnloners.r peeled work done by Thomas I
C. J. Parman architect for the Theus, who Is taking the business Lb. 6r4C
library praised Mayor Tom Har- census here.GA31E, 9 c \
ris and the council for their aid 1
In making possible the library.
1 The climax of the evening came TONIGHT
ii hen Mr. Bird. who is library i !

commttteemen of the council, pre- (Continued from Page One FRESH
"'nled Mri. Bow with a beautifultd The going was easy for the local I FINE GRANULATED EGGS . doz. 39 c
,> wrist watch "at .n.
a token of boys. THy succeeded In piling s -
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Appreciation of your devotion !tp up 21 points to their opponents' I SUGAR 23c --- ---- -
FRESH SUPPEDEGGS
Ideal.
an 8 at the end of the half and the Lbs.1 !
"I have worked hard for the I
score was 30 to 16 during the,
1 ctterment of" the library because waning minutes of the game. Lake I "ltt o.e.r DOZ. 29c !
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you, Mrs. Bow said. In Worth snagged Its four additional j
j short talk filed with emotion. 1
points Just before the final whistle '
tl could not have done without The night before the Growers QUALITY MEETSBEST 1
tfiy friends. Without their co- entertained Ponce de Leon here I '
operation and aid there would and won 24 to :21. GRADE
Dave been nothing accomplished The going In this game also I

possible ft was they this, library.not me, that made wall easy for the local boys and I WHITE BACON 2 ib. 25c
only at one time did they feel
1 "I am so grateful for every- cerned.
During th1IIst. q con-I
$iing you have done for me. You Henley Ponce forward, cut SMALL lOStl EXTRA UNCY"o4)N.P'OOTSPARERIBS
lave spoiled me with your kindness suddenly and made eight straight
I 2 Lbs. .25
and I know I will miss It points. This tied the score 18 all' FRYERS, lb. _. 25c
terribly when" I go to Texas for but Bishop, Homestead forward, COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER -
sty' vacation. retaliated quickly by making three Lb. 34c GEORGIA SMOKED I
Presentation to the library of an points Just before the game ended. ,
till painting toy Mrs. Newton Mer- Last Thursday St. Patrick's High WESTERN THE B TSAUSAGE, 2 Bs.29c
*U of Winter Park concluded School fell victim to Homestead I
die hounewarmtng. by a score of 24 to II on the Miami PORK CHOPS, Lb. 24 C HEAVY WESTER
: Mrs. Bow and Mrs. Merrell have floor. Only once did St. Patrick/ PORK -
teen friends since girlhood. The take the lead in this game. This STEAK lb. 29c t
3 25c ,
fainting Is a beautiful representation was In the third quarter when I NECK BONES IR,_ _
of a vase of dogwood and Homestead trailed 19 to 17. But; lOMB-MADE.PURE PORKSAUSAGE
lilacs and la the work of Mrs. Merrill's the Growers quickly got out of the i 20c Swiffs Premium LAMB
artist husband. It was presented danger zone and put the game on ;, Lb _ _
at A memorial to Mrs. Ice. They took the precautionary I C.-C--- SHOULDER, lb. 16c

Merrell's mother Mrs. Alice K method of freezing the ball dur- OLEO Lb.-- .10 :tHOI'S> Ib. 29c STEW 2 Ibs. 25cCABBAGE
Newcome who died In Homestead Ing the last minutes of the game : : ,
in 1833.:
At the end of the other quarters

COMOLTlAN Homestead enjoyed comfortable I LARD r MILK CATSUP

; leads.MOTORCADE FREER GREEN 1- COMPOUND ANT-BRAND I
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budget; Continued from Page One) in. 3 C R<. 29c 3 TALL rASM 20c BOTTLE r !
standings and the general
business condition (Continued From Page One) I I
on the first of LCX
each month. .the local Rotary club at coon SOAP PALMOLIVE Oc BANANAS, 3_I bs. 12 c i
: The new system was formulated Wednesday. I -

by Mr. Matthews after a six- China can emerge victorious _.._._"_........__"'.._"""..""_._ ENGLISH PEAS. 3 1R. cans .2c
months audit of the city's books :From the present updeclared war I I
covering the period from 1929 to 'with Japan If ,It maintains the I l\IATCIIES SALT uNLAIiS, large pkr. .6c ,

the. present.In I national unification which went LARGE I SWEET PICKLES, large/ Jar ....15c
presenting the system Mr. i Into effect In 1928, Dr. Peter said.Prior i 3 10c 3 10c I
Matthews recommended a number J to 1926, China'sweakness; ..._Boxzs___'""'__BOil.___.." r. s. I IaOIlKDUIIN.
of changes of bookkeeping procedure was =In her multiple seats of power 2% Ca" PRUNES, No. 2Y can ..............121IC

a monthly, including payroll the sheet Issuance from each of I consolidated I and today the and country's may prove power her is PEACHES ............................2 for 25c 7:30 COFFEE fresh Ib. ..............15e !i

head city department of the department, signed Heretofore by trs- I salvation Dr. Peter, he was said.engaged In medical SYRUP, Ylal./ ...........,........... .......35e GRAPE-NUTS, pkg ....................15e ;

R. E. Edwards, city clerk I work in China from 1(11 to MIRACLE WHIP, qt ............ .......2ge PEANUT BUTTER, 2-lb. jar......25c I
made out the payroll and Issued 1026. He was a member of the
checks from a card index sys :Shanghai Rotary- Club during that I EXTRA FANCY b1EAL, 5 lbs. .. .. _

tem.Mr.. Matthews also recommendedthat I I lme.: He government was decorated for his by work theChinese i Self-Rising fLOUR TOMATOES, ;3 large cans :::::::: :.19c f'f'I

$37,000 the in debts owed by the I among the disease-stricken. I LOS I' US. U LBS LIMA BEANS, 21b ....................12c :
city during IS
past yean be At present Dr. Peter Is medicaldirector 22c 35C 65
placed In a separate ledger and I of nine hospitals and two _ C Swan Paper NAPKINS: ph. Joe I IUI
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some means be taken to pay them. I lanitorluma in the Navajo reservations -
On motion of Councilman ThomasX. In Arizona maintainedy aUTLlCED oa GRATED RED PrrTED I

:. Kirby, the council voted to I the United States Department PINEAPPLE, No. 2 cans.... .....15c CHERRIES No. 2 cans ..............25c !
make some effort to pay these I if the Interior CBOIC. a.aTLIT1 i

accounts either in partial or' MOTHERS OATMEAL, 2 for....18C PEARS, No 2Vz can ..-...............15c :
whole. payments. I ifflce and its procedure Is not ofa FRESH TURN1r
Also on recommendation of theaccountant CALO DOG FOOD, 3 tall can.... 2.1e !
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place 8.JIttty..eub.fund ta the city ]ie WM instructed by the council

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h* has It from another i
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sewcairrtoi: MATLl1

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oubw off Dome. County _____ 'M ..." ng II ,

county commljsWner from this

t Rotary Carries On Plop district. B I k

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Th. latest statistics from. Rotary a

International report 8000 I
That last week typographies! I
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member clubs In Itt organization, 1 I II
of which the Rotary club of ourcommunity (
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to Tom'
t {error referring Theus
#, If one Because one '
of the four primary object of Rotary 1a4r1 ( (census enumerator for this sec

: It "the advancement of Inter.
I national understanding, good will 'tion. ai "1*t Theu" may serve 1,
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and peace through a word fel. ,
I as a Leap Year suggestion regarding
\ ? lo ihlp of business awl proles-

.Icl1ol men united ,nil ,, 'pal 1 ,>f this eligible Homestead

seer 19, It might seem lit' RoUi > \ '.

'.m* would "bi. At: ur,igc I ":y 'bachelor "

the outbreak nf the present ca." Y

; 1I.e, v II1Jht, feel t TitaH! t'" "

inter! ) : That the man who knocked \

down the drunk for toasting Hitler *
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( IM( n wasted 1 a mlltr o' f.,7' ,

RotHldn. let I ,,n the ro 1'.1':: as part of a horse was a lover
,, that 111 the 27 0l't R.'ir x 0 A
her been in ,..I< ,; til oignnl f Y ol horses, not of dictators! ;

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? it 11m. 1''I. ; "! 111 mo: (Inn ........... .r. .. .."." "' ''-
llxl: (',unti' e, I Ill' world ha' @

exceeded even the roost optimistic JM@ Children in Court.

hopes of Irs l ul11l..... ltotriamari < < @
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not dlncouraged While they _Ifr {;J1 By Judge Malcolm llalfieldStCCESS ;",

are million greatly of others disappointed throughout at the are ".........,....."..""......".......""'."....--...-

world at the outbreak of hostluV AND: FAILURE
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ties. they are encouraged by the
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A toe ally prominent mother
realization that when peace comet
again, a* It Inevitably must, the...- employed a psychiatrist to dlag-'

will be Rotarians In practically nose the case ot her son who no

every country of the world who longer displayed any Interest In
will from the nucleus around which
a still stronger movement for Inter THE FLORIDA YELT.O\\'TtTZO':!.T, because springs of Florida theta ta ors tint: r"" the many things which had been

national understanding may be I, of ita active habits, la one of the moat unusual and peculiar; cr: :'re :.if:-, purchased for his amusement and

furthered* least known birds in the country. It Is nRmly'a reversal flow. It U lr.o":1: reTiit!on, .

t Rotary concern Is riot primarily usually found near the ground in the hammocks as FALMOUTH SPH1NGS. Undw i:c.'* NoV wishing to antagonlie a ;,

with world condition, Rotarians ,, thickets find palmetto scrub but mal conditions the 8P1' I1" ens:.'z3 nU w..Uhy.ilIenll by dl-ectly polnto

strive to understand and to, )m- because of its quick movements seldom. af- flows as an open stream for A :short herself
out the
ink, fact that she
prove the
*. Our fellow townsmen Rotarians brilliantly colored body the throat and surface to reappear again in the Sun.o uses entirely responsible for her ..

believe that narill be breast of which are bright yellow. In nee River nt Ellavillo, three! miles dirt::fit:. I.ons un.ound.IIUltuda toward life

: f abolished. when the causes behind spring time its loud clear call Is often During periods cf etceaaiva rainfall and I the diplomatic psychlhtrlat at the

r and have war: been have corrected bern understood In the r. heard, and, once identified with the bird,, high stages of the SuwannDa, the flew a end of his prescribed treatment;
k I reversed which enclosed! the following typewritten
light of International understanding cosily recounted. indiortaj that the sub.

dlannoM. with his blui 'Success
and: good will With 200.000 structure of Suunnneo Ccunty la of \eiy ,
I AltONG. the many Interesting limestoneCURRENT and failure are both Important
limestone.
Rotarians! In mOle than sixty I porous ;factors i In the education of any ,

: C"lUltrl ubic r.blnll to this sameb 1 i shred. Most parent, however,

1 II. r, it Is reasonable to anrlct- n ttwttt7 nTn' wvv" the present one Better send your The recent finding by scientists I place too much emphasis on suc- I

pat that Rotary Ideal will someday parenthood eliglbles! to Florid I.1 I In Bee county. Texas, of filet sJnr cc's, Without failure a child might I 1 1cf

effect a tangible change In the I I Where the birthrate 1* on the u p. bends such as ai"! > used ;w. In- 'rennin that the world I was a bed

relations of man to man. COMMENT grade, at 18.3 per thousand population Idiom, Ind!oat- flint I min inhabit roles end find himself unpre. !

Dade county topping the ed that region 25000 yens ago ai I paled to cope with failures should

Peace and SantA Claus fir ACXEW niMjn, Miami state at 23.9 by the slots statistician .: ,I'reckoned by cec'osi i.ii dno,it i 'hey tome after he leaves hi* par

and finding ,(-otul r-aln of mti hem Childhood failure! i
Peace and goodwill and Santa AAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,
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mistodcna lard o:h:r xuuaU; should relative a* much recognlt -

Cluis reigned th. In traditional style Linl1brrah I Ii; netting fidget Scientist say that the Ice As, whch: bl'lm_ eIntl i' Ot t!\ t and credit for developing .
during
Christmas
holidays In brgaa about 30,003 !tong pgo 'cl :'ricter as successes Failure )
the Americas this agnln and think Be will return to : years ago, .
r but the
i two In Europe was year differentIn pica England that. Its glacier have been slowly'I .. ,::1 1 teach the child that he Is re- I
a In >n c attempt to over-
melting resulting a corresponding
t northern Finland between In Chicago they have torn dowethe te't
gradual rise In the worlds ( .ha I* expectedto 4
two und three thousand Russian About tho finest ewmple of optimism temperature A Harvard professor\ world's tint ll:7acrthJ < make more thin one attempt .

Ji soldiers caught In a Finnish trap I have rend was an editorial estimates that In IS,000 years this 1 old Masonic temple a* It was tint I to achieve suoeaa*."

died and were Immediately frozen .xp<>*-ran in- ColU*** .about called In order to build greater IMha chl'd' 1 Is reproached every
i In grotesque poses The anticipated causing stiucture It was treated in U91t, 't time la makes an, honest failure
Christmas victory failed to war exemptions when It af 02 and I bad Heard about their
beginning
Inundate all present low costa: 1 I ho will be afraid to. make the attempt I.
t materialize "AV who arefar too rich In le>'*l*. to lay brick o"i the third i again The average child
J Russian fighting plane bombed physical dUMbllltles." lor fourth floor before any WM '; 1|know whoa he hat failed A

Vllpurl second largest Finnish ..> 0 e A California observer states that 'laid below that but a smalt-town' ,win father laY: "You were on '

; city and a few suburbs of Hcl- Old- Ike Toollebcrry s p'a that on an average of every 44 hors!' could not comprehend tints until :i the right Uack. up to this, point.

sink Siren took trr* plnoe ofChrstma ;maybe loft never die! but thus there Is somewhere on the earth| I laW It with, mj own eye Th.Ild.a i Why not try again' In thia way

bell I Ie a powerful amount of ilcknsst an earthquake of sufficient v1 fro| of a steel skeleton '...JlUI I t the child will not lose-his perspective .
In England King! George VI I work was a new one then and I t become untruthful In
mixed with it and lenc to be felt] over half tteearths or an j
ten l greetings to all hit ftbjot up mighty solved the mystery to me. i ,
,
surface Another obirv I( Uemjjt to conceal his error
high mortality rate according to !
thi< ughoat the Empire. but It wit : Censure h:nda- growth and edti
the divorce suits filed. er Pays that a qunk occur ram* .
a dreary day' for children and !where on en average of easy ha*V A Harvard University :\c::lion. The other extreme. howvevu '
protasaor
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I.\\'nups< a Ik- Many
e children hour. the northeastern part 6f that rod ', tao much praisa foe a small
TI1.ortlcltla that min ftd sbc it SJOWyears
wen separated hoof their et the city of
'i parent, 'U S. th I tl'"I'II"Jnce. should te avoided
suffering fewest such of
having been,evacuated from I Doyen Beach were eonvlclad litembtpl ) to Me: cr-tl us :a IV :j luaa
their "
nny teflon I k l t:u t .ue.*.. la its own reward.
hoiraIn London in tine'rly daft mnt and one for enacIng 'and' thinking animal) and that wemight ,Ta brbe. a ehild with money Ini
1 of the war ...h:11! oldieis. and sail- ti payment of $10,000 for hip cxp-ct 330 COT nc.: b:*0:" .
r. Ito him to
The editorial of n Miami tn oueaga aocom
II vote for pits! the wsrlds eel: red: d: r'h 1 1oncom '
s candidate for mayorThat : :: ;
on kept tH!
; vigil on +esprctlvtflghtiif paper quoted the FBI head J I p.., a baiiaio task Is futile, for
I front, office mu:t furnish good ng jean the p j..:u-
h. becomes the of the
Edgar Hoover, lit saying ihrrt money goal
picking: of .Ifs end 110' rem:1 I rt'tfor
r" Tim Oermari hi i n nmid ln-i,i .Metropolitan Miami I* now and III era rmU.Uoi% It I la enough forJ.n
1 s I vcalUl would -
I dulled In ache 1.ttlll'i, r ,%1 pre- ," has been under Investigation air age o :: ;i ; to e\p rienoe the satisfaction
di.t(. 1 inevitable Mnuuel Queaon, of I pal I then would come n "1l"P: victory Hitleri president the
that
crime and corruption tar months". uoduced: by t knowledge atask I
without!
war" rice
vfvih'tf'oldier': at the front Phlllpaia, says that h* prefer* a aol the Ink was scarcely dry on age rrja h? :t has botn well dope, 1
"l kaJ the idea but
J:ipane-e "eejebtatwl or iMulnjI$governmentrun likrhell by rill-1 the paper before three men. arowd: ,! It sorry I L"
'can't tfck
J temtnt that Chinese pine to one run like heaven around to wait fbr !t
a n often by
I and unarmed, eII'lUlledIInd some to come" day. The three thus1 honored
.; give hart been stopped and 1*.800 Americana." Just hold your rearIng cI
not. robbed of the Security
a room atop cc .* to eat free of the hundred
.
,\y Chinese soldiers killed steeds a few more yean, Manuel .' j
: : building, and listed by tiC'! .life par plate tee were Sen*
Argentina allowed Interned German i !, and your.wish win come true l| paper as a gambling room About;I lib Tootlcbertr say that poll- 10, i Charles/ b. McNarry of Or *

jailor from the Oral Spee to I $10000 wag secured and tmystifying he tics make not only strange bc goo. and Warren R. Austin of

celebrate Christmas with membersof I Herr Hitler l calling for larger thing about the cue I* ,fellows but *trnn?* .Wailon.", Vermor and' Congressman W
the Gorman colony I line Buenoe :!baby crop end doesn't care.whethe*'Vast M official was notified and 'He- had In m"ood the vt.\rf""-'+ NtJitia of MaiMchusetta, And i
i "
Aires Wreath 10 feerhlgli were If they are bumfieroutofwed- thoe Ur the know fact
j I are mighty d of the National Democratic ,hey are like the man wbodrew' TIQ
piled on die grave of dipt 1 lock. You must be expecting ''lest about the
H.n'I' an* matter-rery loathto committee Inviting three proml- elephant In a lottery they do t
Langtdorff who took his |other war It or 20 year from now talk What I* the name of the sent Republican to the party lOt l>*
Wftenroree* Iw acultfe- tilts ship I for!' babie wlU be or little MM In African: Itt the woodpile I,(debt-paying feast on St. Jackscn.3 do with it J

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Page Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, January: 19, 1940i


nllllJllllllllllllllllllilllllllJniiinnlllli by Mn. E H. Gallaher The bonk

j i could be called s current historyof


; : 20 Years Ago t- Homestead HighLightsHomestead II since world the all it past events over consists few the from years world.of cartoons happenings newspapersfrom of:



The cartoons are humorous, yet'
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< Hi Band Glee Club Plan I Sophomore ,Girls Are they reveal a lot of truth.
; Tt. Minim H..i are takes .... I New books, 'Jane Stewardessof
Luncheon Hostesses
if a E,.urrt. fmi. ":film. /..: UM..x.II. Mil.M Concert in Auditorium Monday NightTO : the Air Lines," by Wheeler, and

} Uw MI| rtorU ....._ ...4OH. I The tenth grade class Is getting "The Wonder Book of the Air,"

; :::- ..IT. lost was M_ The Homestead High School practical experience in the cooking by Allen and Tynan, have been

VISIT MIAMI CROUP whole meals given to the Homestead school
; I unit by preparing
f Jan. It, Mil. band and glee club will be presented -
library by the county
for the members of the class and library
A committee from the Student In a concert In the Neva fund.
-"W. D. Horn If witching the King Cooper school auditorium their guests. Twice a week the
I weather rather Council, J. T. Godwin president girl plan a menu and a market
apprehensively
Monday evening, Jan. 22, at 8
nowadays He baa charge of several Jamie Richards, Kathleen Free- o'clock. This will be the tint con- order, then the class distribute II. II. S. Class to Cue

I hundred acres of tomatoes man and E. B. Blackburn, sponsor, cert at which the members of both he work among the members and Program Over WQAM

\ but gee whist that doesn't worry was appointed at thla week's will be In uniform. carries out these plans.
him like the possibility of admission Chairmen are appointed for the Mr. Blackburn's dramatics: class
getting There will be no
j meeting of the council to attend various of the work and will present
that new Buick of hit wet. parts they a program Friday
charge but a free will offeringwill
.! a meeting of Miami Edison Student are responsible for getting thework over WQAM's School of the Air,
-"A public library has been Installed CounciL be taken for the Instrument
done correctly On Tuesday at 930. The entire class Is to
the second: floor of fund.
on Nina Dyal reported that the I Mr. and Mrs. Bleier and Mr. Heater take Tart a* part of the speech
Tower hall by the Homestead W. The following program will be
p, \ finance committee haa made a were luncheon guests. course of training The subject
C. T. U. presented
and all are Invited to :
profit of $359 by selling drink The seniors are studying self- will be "Keeping Out of War.
patronize It. At present only about "Vivacity March""WalU ..._. Holmes
'J and candy at the ba.ketballame.. Improvement and how to Improve The class has written Its own
100 volume In stock but of Dreams".Rowland
are they
i Those present at the meetingwere ; personality. script This Is the first of a series
are all excellent book and Band :
\ t) more art expected. Saturday many the : J. T. Godwin, Jamie Richards ,Variations _'_'___'_ Arban The student 'tOuq ll has arranged of three to be presented by the
schedule for the to class this .
Fred Fuchs Betty Brown I I girl fe.r.National
ladies will the library and Henry Dodson
,". open Tommie Harris, Kathleen Freeman 'Bells of _.._ help In the school clinic. A girlis
all are Invited to be present St. Mary's" ...Adams 1
1! -"Sam McKlnitry has Howard West James Nesbltt, "Pale Moon" __...........--Logan In the clinic two periods per Executive'To
Mr. L. C. Beldler'a bought Wave Horton, Harry Martin Nina Glee Club"Andantino" week Instead of going to the study Visit Local F. F. A.
property on
Dyal! Clinton Bishop, Lester ___.____ Lemare hall.The
Krome In
I avenue Beidler addition. Archer, Gene Minger, Johnnie eighth graders will serve The Hometd'chaplel"; has
Hubert Smith, Carlton Sweet
4 This"includes a five-room cot- Little, Ben Buwhuol and Mr. "Blue and Gold Overture" _.... "brunch" (a breakfast menu been busy working on the chapter

tage. BIa burn. "i. __ __ McCaughey served late In the day) on Thurs I I clubhouse, the slat-house, and the
-"B. P. Posey of Cordele, Ca., ,"0' ''Band'Romance" ''''''' day.We farm shop for the past week In

and J. B. Posey of Rochelle. Ca, still need old furniture.on 'anticipation of a visit from Mr
after the praye meeting on Wed- _...._....__ Grunsfeld
are here vlaiting their brother, W. nesday eveniruf'at' the home of L. Mary Grace English i W. A. Ross, national executive

J, Poaey ." W. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Miller "Blue Danube WalU" .__Strauss the school bus. Mr*. Dye 1* ,secretary: of the F F. A, who Is
-"There were no movies on left for Davenport Thursday Band ill and Mn. S. L. West 1* her 'Inspecting Florida Future Farmers'activities.

Tuesday night, much to the disappointment Word has been received from District "Caro Mia Ben" _.__... ..._Glrdonl substitute this week. He 1* expected to be

1 of ve'r The darn Superintendent Reynolds that "In Her Kitchen Garden"Russian .... .. The American Indiana are the here Feb. II.i .
films didn't a some reason Brother Getman has been appointed ___ Folk: Song topic for study In Mrs. Bird's and i During this week the members
and Jim English wasn't original to Florida City and that Jamie Richards Mrs. Fifleld's fifth and sixth have been writing articles on

enough to think of getting on he will probably arrive here next ''Overhe Waves" ... ..........Rosas grades. They have modeling clay various topics, some of which it
the stage himself" week." (Florida City). Howard West, Carlton Sweet and are making Indians, canoe. Is hoped will be published in the
"Chas. Conner and wife of -"The 'Get Acquainted recep- "Jeannle With Light BrownHair" and pottery In connection: with this Florida Future Farmer

Jacksonville, are In Homestead tion given on Thursday afternoon ___._.-. .- __.. _.... Foster unit The classes are also choosing Two members of our chapter,
looking for a permanent location." In the lecture room of the church Girls' Sextette character for an Indian op- J. T. Godwin president of the

"Fred Fuchs went down the was attended by 51 ladies of the eretta which they plan to present chapter and of the district, and

Ingraham highway last week to town and 6 children The program GRAMMAR SCHOOL NOTES Friday afternoon the girls and Thomas Varandoe, are going to,
I lend his able assistance to Henry consisted of a duet by Mn. Dr. W. W. Peter, health supervisor .0), in Mn. Wynn's sixth grade apply for the State Planter degree,

Freeman and at last reporta la Myers and Mrs. Brewer, piano of the Navajo Indians, told played baseball and the girls won. which is to be conferred at the

11 till there. Of course Fred took solo by Jacqueline Edwards, recitation the elementary school: children state convention In Gainesville this
his dog and It Is 'there LIBRARIAN KEEPSSCRAPBOOK ,
gun. he a by Gladys Jones, reading by many Interesting things about summer
week: more, hunters will be wastIng Mrs A. C. Craw ." (Florida these Indians, Wednesdsy.Mn. Members are planning to enter,
,. time to go down there aa he City) Thurman's second grade An interesting scrapbook la being a fertilizer essay contest sometime
will have It all shot kept In the library collection this month.
P. up-the trees making
"M. O. Tracy has moved his pupils are a grocery: store
r: w* mean not the game." In their room. The.re
family from Miami to Florida paintingIt
-"Such of our venturesome citizens City and they are now located In and bringing supplies from
who happened to have the the house formerly occupied by home. COMPAREAN

y;: maxuma laying around have been the Maynards." (Florida City) A new pupil has entered Miss .

taking flight In airplanes every -"Mr. and Mrs. Rusted, Mr. Ray' third grade. He Is Jerry

vi Sunday from the landing field and Mrs. Best, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons Caswell. Fay Batteries has goneto gill
east of town ."
California to visit her grand
Mn. Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs.
I Fred O. Gamer, representingthe mother for a month.
Lamb motored to the bay on Sunday -
Co-operative Fertilizer Co. of and had a pleasant time Mrs. Dye' room, accompaniedby

: Miami was In Homestead this there." (Florida City."Considerable .) its grade mothers, Mrs. Claude I
week Interest from Campbell, Mrs. David Barns and I r -

il" -"Owing to the already too- the larger pupils, ,has been mfwl-$ Mrs Lewis Brandenburg, and the

heavy load at the electric light tested over ,,tie declamatory Pond teacher, went to see the glassblowers

plant the patrons are requested piano con test*,jjp be held Friday, in Miami last Friday. Mr
to conserve Insofar aa possible night In thflipcheol auditorium.The Dorsey furnished transportation
especially between the hours of
following 'student* have enrolled .
f 8:30: and S 00 p. m. (Signed) I. RMathews and ail!'''UHig trained by
clerk.
competent teachers: Boys decla-
-"The growers' association got mation: Lionel VanWinkle, Ver- NEWT Gt BALL
off In the
neighborhood of seven
nice: Hearn, V"n Lear Moore Kelly
can this week:, the price on these Core; Girl 'declamation.: Hilda NOTARY PUBLIC
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being )300 f. b.
o. These
can Pearce, Anna Maud Shepherd,
will run probably over 90%
i Eulee Campbell Mildred Hill
,
: fancies, I result both of the climatic Graham Hill Fire Insurance and
Gladys Florence ,
: conditions and more careful Rhoda Pearce; Piano: Edna Shep Kindred Lines
picking and
grading Two can herd. Grace Shepherd, Pearl Hill,
of cabbage told by the association
Dixie Heriong. Gene Whetstone
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were sold for $4.25f.0.b. ."
Lucille Graham, Anna Maud Shepherd -
Al N. JCrome AT*.
-"Rev. C. A. Miller
and wife ." (Hedland Farm Life PROVED BYTESTS
.J were given a farewell receptionDRR.S.AKERS School) I

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!Mrs. Goal spent several days in ; 'last several years, will figurein l '.
Jacksonville as the guest of her NU-BLUE SUNOCO, the speed battles. i '

:sister, Mis. H. EX Mayo. Mr. and I Supervising the programs will '
. In and GroundHomestead Mrs. doss haw rented the W. T.I SALES REPORTED :''be I John A. Stan son of the Ute } ,
A. Robertson apartment on Broad [IJ. Alex Sloan who Introduced. f i
01 I way. racing at the Florida Fair in IU25. !

I Mrs Arthur'"Kjn.; .,, who wasconvalescing IN LARGE GAIN Two sensational automobile .
I thrill days have also been carded t "
from an Illness at the
i eo-d; I for Jan. 31 and Feb. 7 when Lucky
home of her mother, Mrs. J. W.' "No one much finer I Teter and his famous troupe of
I Freeman suffered a relapse.
evidence of the of advertising
R. power Hell Driven present their 1940
Mr. and Mrs M. A. Baker en- elman. Mrs. Nettle Wall, Mrs R. than In the phenomenal I version of suicidal exploits. New
tertained the last part of last week iY. Burr, D. P. Blake, A. F Darling Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Varner and growth In the sales of Nu-Blue I sedan stock can will be catapulted
and the first part of this Mrs and the Rev. Geo. Ricks attended Stuart L. Shields of Mbiml were Sunoco In the last ten week," I through the air over a dozen other :

Baker's brother in- law, Len an evangelist conference Sunday dinner guests of' Dr. and say E. J. Lynch, Sun Oil Com- I parked machines, crashed headon -
Truitt, his mother Mrs. S. J. 'In the Westminister! Presbyterian Mrs. S. S. Shields. pany's district manager. : at terrifflc speed, rolled over
Truitt, and his sister Miss Edna Church in Miami Wednosd.. "It was just about two and one- side-over-side and end-over-end,
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Truitt, all of Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. E. Tuttle and son half months ago that the first announcement smashed through flaming board

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Z. Camp returned of New York City are occupying a of this new gasoline walls and put through many other
Tomassl cabin Avenue B for
Ralph Wilson left by plane to their home in Washington on was published in hundreds of I thrill feats while the drivers remain
Wednesday night to be with his D.: C, last week after visitingMr. several weeks. newspapers," he laid. This tint steadfast at the wheel.

father, L. J:. Wilson, who Is very Camp's mother, Mrs. Char. advertisement was followed by
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Farr
ill at his home in Belding, Mich. Camp for several weeks. several other large size messages NNNNNNNNMNN.NINNNMNNNNMININI".MM y
The elder Mr. Wilson spent sev- and granddaughter. Bernadine, ef calling the attention of motorist* Florida City Boy Scouts \
Detroit have taken an apartmentin to this gasoline Such advertising
eral months In Homestead last new (.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis had
the Fred Henn home W.
winter. on has won more than a thirdof Wade Thompson Reporter ,"III
as guests over the week-end Mr.
Palm avenue for several weeks.
a million new customers and
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and Mrs. Harry Spellman of Lake "
Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Hardee Worth and, Grand Haven, Mich. the tales are still Increasing.
Mrs. Enola Smith of West Virginia
"In addition, we have received The Scouts met on Friday evening
announce the birth of an 8-pound is a guest at the home of hundreds of letters from satisfied and enjoyed a chill supperat
boy McKinley. Jr.. in the Post Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hindmanhad
Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Simmons for motorists telling us of the Improved the Bay, after which games
Graduate hospital, last Sunday. as guests on Sunday, Mr. and the season.
operation which this) new were played. Those present were:
Mrs. H. F. Hindman, Mr. and Mrs.L. miracle of scoutmaster
has Smeal
gasoline chemistry Rev. Wesley ;
Mrs. Augustus Wynn and son, L. Ferris and children Jack, Dr. and Mrs. H. W. White ofFrulta put In their cars, Most significantto Harvey Newton assistant scout 1 i,
Brian; spent several days last Jerry and Janet all of Miami. Colo., are spending a few us, a large percentage of these master; Wade Thompson, secre-
week with Mrs Wynn's parents weeks In the Lewis Tourist cabins.
letters were from former users of tary and reporter; Horace Good-
Mr. and Mrs. S. W Smith, in Mrs. Jack Polk Is In the Jackson extra priced motor fuels. ing, Jay Newton, Owen GooOmg,
Hollywood.Mr. Memorial hospital at Miami, Week-end guests of Mrs. M. "Nu-Blue Sunoco Thanks to advertising Bate Carpenter Lanier Whitehead,
where she was taken on Wednesday Silverman were: Dr. Benjamin has convinced hundredsof and Sam Biondo.
and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson for medical treatment.T. Older of Union City N. J.; Mrs. thousands of mltt tqrists that all The next meeting will be held
had as guests over the week- Jos. H. Unman of New Haven gasqjines are not alike-and that In the city hall Mayor Edward

end, Mr. Hutchlnson's brother-in- Orfanedes has been confinedat Conn.; Morris Older of Hartford, noyother gasoline,in, the 'world, Stillng having granted the neccessary -
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. JohnR. home with an Infected foot. Conn.. and Miami; and Mr. and newer old. Is made exactly like permission. No business will

Castine of Jacksonville. NNNNWNNNN.NNN.M.WNNMN.NN.N.NNINFLORIDA Mrs. A. Bishop of Washington, this tnotor fuel. It Is not only be brought up on camping trips. F
D. C. made possible by a revolutionary

Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs CITY new process, but Is also a pure
had as guests on Monday Dr. and Mrs. M. Chernoff Is leaving for petroleum product! ,
W. W. Sever
Bf Ain ? $1000.00 If You Liveand
Mrs. Herbert Schmitz of Miami Brooklyn Friday after a three- i
Beach and Miss Hilly Hardy of week stay in Florida City at the
home of Mrs. M. Silverman. Her RACING ON DIRT
When You DieA
Chicago.Mr. I C W. Ljvely of Charleston, W. $1000.00
son, William who Is a student at
Va., arrived Monday and Is roomIng Mortality Endowment
the University of Louisiana, spent
and Mrs. Thomas Doyle arrived at the Faircloth house on the week-end at the Silverman TRACK FEATUREOF Costs So Little
from Staten Inland Tuesday Palm avenue.
home.
afternoon to spend several months Pan National Life .
'Rosemont, their winter home, Lamar Chandler returned Fri- FLORIDA FAIRTampa
Friends of J. M. Kllng, who
'on West Coconut Palm drive. day from Conyers Ga., where he formerly resided in Florida City Ins. Ass'n.
Mrs. Doyle Is the former Miss visited his mother, during the and station here for
Gladys Hagaman, daughter of the holidays.Mrs. the Florida was East agent Coast Railway Jan. 18.FNS) In R. J. BINKERT

late) Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Haga- Company, learned this week that thrilled packed open competition. Loral Agent'
Catherine Potter was takento America's mightiest dirt track
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man..
he has been confined for several
the Post Graduate hospital on speed demons will clash In two'
months at his home in Deerfield
Monday for treatment automobile racing programs dur-
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hogeland of
with broken and that It
Philadelphia are visiting the Rev. i be a several months leg be- the Florida State Fair Jan. 30 DR. M. A. BERGER
more
Dr. and Mra. L.Hicks of may Feb. 10, General Manager P. T.
and Mrs. A. M. Vivien in Red- Iln'
fore he will be able to walk
land. This is their third visit toSouth Delta, Colo., left this -week after again. has Just announced. Dentist
a month's visit( here. for the promotion of
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Mr. ardJUfs Tyler Veasey and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohernour Homestead Girl Scoutstummmmnmm been awarded to the Bracing Cor- Office Hours 8:30-4:30

sorer Paul, *nd\ their guest, Miss(of Lewliburg- W. Va., arrived* -M-. ..-, poration of America sponsors of
Mary Socar, of Louisville, Ky., Saturday for.a visit with relatives speed events sanctioned by the First National Bank
Plans for a camp tq be held at
visited Key West Saturday and here. International Motor Contest As-
Sunday. Jupiter on Feb. 1, S and 3 were sociation. At least 20 nationally Building

Mr. and Mrs. R. Dalton of Boston completed Tuesday afternoon at a kriown drivers, the seasoned cam-
at the Palms Hotel. meeting of the Homestead Girl pafjrAers who have'been providing
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ryan and are guests Open Evenings by Appointment
Scouts at the home of the captain,
thrills at northern fairs for the
Mrs Baste Butler all of.Evansville -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gayle of Mrs. Frank Skill.
Ind., visited Capt and Mrs.
L. R. Jacobs in Homestead several Sparta, Ky., spent several days A song to be sung In several s
days last week. visiting here. parts at the annual birthday party
In May was practiced.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A.:Pollard haveas Mrs. Selma Mattson visited her Mrs. J, R. Brooks, troop com- Redland BrandFertilizers
their house guests. Dr. and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and mittee member spent the after- .

Mrs. J. A. Pollard, uncle and aunt Mrs. Johnny Becker, several days noon with the girls.

of Mr. Pollard. Mr. and Mrs. Paul this week. "The Wind In the Willows," a

Pollard, Tom Pollard and Rudolph book by Kenneth Graham, was *
Ashwell all of Lynchburg, Va. Mrs. Eva Andrews of Lansing, given to the scout library by
Mich. who is spending the win- Ardcl Parman.

Mrs. Richard Shepherd of ter at Lake Worth, spent the week- The tenderfoot scouts held an
Homestead returned to her homeon end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry overnight camp In the Skill yard

Thurwtiy from the Kendall Andrews. on Saturday. are manufactured in Homesteadby

hospital when yshe underwent anoperatlenje Tent pitching, how to make a
c v- Robert Balbona and John Revile bed roll, and fire building were
of Hartford, Conn. were learned. Supper was cooked with
owned
MUs.Pflrt.Wbltaker 1 has been guests .Monday of George Todd no utensils. a locally company.

ill at her home with Influenza for and Fred Brocket Those camping were: Ruth Rut-

a the' "!a land, Catherine Shackleford,!
+_ 'Mrs. Johnny Gees and son. Pal. Jackie Buck. Barbara Jean Home, Mixtures are carried .
>Mr.> end Mrs..J. M. Holferty, of Seattle Wash, will Jotn Mr. Margaret Barnes and Barbara ,
Mrs B. E: Catlin., Mrs. John Deg- Goss here Sunday for the winter. Wakefield. I

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f : I HARRY BROWN AND MISS ETHEL BARRETT WOMAN'S CLUB OF THE REDLANDS VOTESTO


:\\1. pr' UNITED IN CHURCH CEREMONY AT MIAMI The CalendarJan. m I HOLD ORANGE--BLOSSOM FESTIVAL


The marriage of Miss Martin three-tiered cake topped with a It-Called meeting of Episcopal To raise money for repairingIts lions are particularly concerned
Ethel Barrett of Mr. andMrs. miaature bride and bride-groom Auxiliary la Rectory at I I
tJ1 11 I' daughter clubhouse the Woman's Club with proposed, legislative acts,
J. J. Barrett ot Miami and I was the center piece of the p. m. ot the Redlands on Tuesday votedto Mn. McCaffrey explained.Miss .
i"'.i" Harry M. Brown, Jr. of Homestead -. room table. Jan. It-Meeting of Ad Astra repeat this )'e.rthe Orange Mildred Melson, county
Chapter of O. E. S.
'. i was solemnized Sunday afternoon Thecouple- left .*!d1l\in'I' Blossom Festival which it baa held federation chairman of aviation
: at 4 o'clock In the Fin t t after the reception, for a Jan. 20-Chicken supper of W. in former years, I spoke on the recent aviation meet

t''; Christian Church at Miami. Or wedding trip through the M.Jan.S. Jl Townacnd Club meet- Fruits, vegetables< fruit juices I Mrs. Frank W. Stillman, Mn.
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.' Everett S. Smith performed the I For traveling, Mrs Brown wore Ing in Neva King Cooper School and flowers will be displayed and I,(]eo. W. Turner, Jr.. Mrs. Seymour .

'f. )r ; double ring ceremony before a n I a gray tailored dress with navy auditorium at 2:30 o'clock. sold, and chicken dinners will be Dane, Mn. E. A. Carter and
; alter decorated with gladioli. blue accessories and a gladioli served. Mrs. Dave Kufeldt were appointedto
Jan. 22-Meeting of Jennie Lob-
Mile Isabel Shafer, Miami radio I corsage serve on the nominating com
dell Circle with Mrs. Carl Ander- The festival will start on Wed-
organist-played the. nuptial musicat Mn. Brown la a Native of mittee.
son.Jan. nesday, Feb. T and run throughthe
: the organ. MM. D. L. Bosworth Brunswick:, Co., but has lived Mrs. Turner, Mrs. H J. Army
Homestead High School following Monday
of Miami, Bang, "The Sweetest most of her life In Miami She Is I strong, Mrs. Dane and Mrs. Wajdtn
;' Story Ever Told" and Stanley a graduate of Miami Edison High band concert. ,Hof I Mrs, L. J. McCaffrey, president 'were appointed to serve on the
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Jan 23-Homestead Woman's
Wittkop of Homestead tang, "I school. Until her marriage she j the Dade County Federationof crippled children's hospital committee
Love You Truly." was connected with an Insurance Club party honoring Mn. L. L.I I Women's Clubs talked on national and Mrs. M. A. Baker,

In Miami. Bow. state and county federation Mrs. W. D. Mahon, Mrs Carter,
company
r The bride who was given In
Jan. 25-W. M. S. meet-
I tone history and work. Mn. B.
father Mr. Brown was born In Lake I Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Waldin
her wore a
marriage by Ing in Homestead Methodist A. Waldln.
t white satin gown made alongprincess Park, Oa. but he has spent most ol Church. presided. were named delegates to the fed-
'1- i lines with a sweetheart his life In Florida. He came to the I Club work Is educational, Mr,a. eration meeting in Miami next
Jan. 23
-Meeting of Dorcas
neckline and long sleeve Her Redland District .with his parents McCaffrey said and it 1 II the duty Wednesday.
Class with Mrs. E. L. Lawrence.Jan. .
1 finger tip veil of illusion fell from about six years ago. He Is a graduate 25-Meeting of Silver Palm ot every woman to Join some organization Members present were: Mrs.

I tiara of tiny bead Her bouquet of Homestead High School W. M. S. In church that will meet her special Clna Stewart, Mrs Waldin, Mrs
t win of white roies and i 1M In the,insurance business needs The Dade County federation Carter Mrs. Turner Mrs Baker,
Jan. 26 Practice of officers of
I I is in membership I
outstanding Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Kufeldt,
Miss Mary Barrett ulster ot the here.Mr. Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S.
2 and Ma*. Brown are at as well as In accomplishments, Mn Dane and Mrs. Muhan
bride, was maid of honor and Miss Jan. 31-Meeting of UniversityClub' I
home to theif Wends at West she stated. At present It Is maintaining Visitors present included: Mrs.
Elizabeth Baker was bridesmaid Howry street and Thlfd avenue study group in library at IS loon scholarships at J. F. Caves, Mrs Harry D. Wolfe,

I : Mist Bnrrett'a dress was of blue Mr. und Mrs, Brown were honored 8 p. m. the University of Miami. I Mrs. A. Gude, Mr*. A. W. Jones
} taffeta made like that of the Feb I-Red land Neighborhood
with a surprise party Wednesday The national and state federnIIOMESTEAD and Mrs. J. J. Robinson.
r bride. She wore a bandeau of Circle meeting with Mn George
evening at their home by
: : pink roves and carried a pink rose Wright.
i bouquet. bliss Baker was dressed I the member' of the' Co-Ed Clew Feb. 2-Meeting. of Episcopal P. T. A. HAS I IDAD'S \'of the girls In this group und five
Baptist Church of NIGHT PROGRAMS boys a graceful exhibition of
In dusty pink with a yellow rose. Auxiliary.Feb. gave
bandeau and a yellow rose bou 5-Meeting of Junior I the Virglnlo reel. Hilda Dodson
A dad's
quet. Various games were played durIng Woman's Club. night program was I played the accompaniment.
the evening and refreshments given at the Homestead P. T. A.
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Feb. S of James Brown and Mrs West
The bride's mother wore an old -Meeting; Homestead !
of punch and cake were served
In the Neva King Cooper
rose dress with brown accessoriesand a P. W. C. In chamber of commerce meeting gave readings.
Those present were: Mrs. W. T. ,
a gladioli cors.iKe Mrs. H. McConnell Mn Waudell Peepies, building. School Wednesday evening, I Ben Archer led the sinking and

M. Bro.wn, Sr, wore powder blue Mn. Laben Bishop Jr., Miss Ellen Feb. S-Meeting of South Dade Only dads counted in the attendance ,Principal B. M. Hindman played,
crepe with white accessories and Vann Mine Eleanor Sullivan Miss 'I Garden Club with Mn Wm Dun- contest. Miss Eula Ray'sroom I the accompaniment E. B. Black.

f a gladioli ooreage.CharlesiBvewn. Fismaes Lotto Man Anna Moon lop.Feb. burn announced the"program num.
the prize for the ele-1 i
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6 Meeting of W. IVL S won
bers. President W. R. BUd
; brother of the Miss Evelyee Dcllinner M Is I ; presided
Feb! ft-Meeting ot Circle One mentary school and Mri. W. B. ,
bridegroom, was brat man and Nellie Mae Martin, Mils NeUu 'j-,
!!. William McConnell also of Homestead Saul Misses Norma and Bfaise ot W. M. U. Hill's roorh and Mrs Ruth! Scott's Announcement was made that

"'''* groomsman E. L Cowman Mils Elizabeth McIlwain Feb. Meeting O," Outlook l room with the same per cent received the association will sponsor a
Onto of W. M. S. I duplicate prizes in the basketball game between Lake
Croucher and W F. Lewis, of MJU Maude Canady,
Miami, brothers-in-law of the Archer Smith William McConnell Feb. 7.12- Redland Woman's hlglf school. Worth High School and Homestead -

i bride, mere ushers Dert "Nixon Jimmy Schal- ,Club's Orange Blossom A group of five third grade I High, School on Feb. 15, and

A reception at the home of the lern Walter (folding. Leon Dune, Feb. 7-Meeting of F..tlva1.1 boys gave humorous readings anda all were asked to attend the game.
bride's parents 101 N. W. 58th Orvtl Irwin and Mr. and Mn.I I llary In Legion Hall at 8 group of fifth and sixth grade I The money from ticket sales, he

street followed the aeremony A Brown. Feb. 12-Meeting of girls in old-fashioned costumes I ..I'd.' will be used for equipment
I Music Club. sang old-fashioned songs, Five for the gymnasium
Feb. 14-Meeting University
LEGION AND AUXILIARY TO ''JUNIOR WO UN'IJ CLUB I Club at home of Miss Jewel
FURNISH HOSPITAL ROOM ENTERTAINED AT DINNER
Turner.

The delivery room of the new I', The Junior Woman's Club of Feb. l4-Uom. Demonstrationiub I I nt.'l DItUG ITOR..1Jj : : 1

I Homestead was entertained with a work meeting
Homestead will be furnished
hospital spaghetti diryigr at the Bamboo Feb. 14-Meeting of general W. _
by the John O. Salley i Tavern Mnlght.! Art ]M. U. In church.:

Post, American Legion, and Its l ner, beano was played. 71" Feb. Homestead P. T. A. THE: DIXIE DRUGiIIOWARD ;:
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Auxiliary, It was decided Wednesday Mrs. Herbs Turner, Mn Bruce executive committee meeting.
Ennla and JJwti Burley Dendy Feb. 15 Homestead Home JACK POLK JOHNSON
night at meetings of the
were the hostesses. I demonstration Club meeting at
Homestead, Fla.. FhMMt it and 1101,
Legion and Legion Auxiliary In
o Those present were: Mrs. R. E. J 1:30.Feb.:
the Legion Hall. Sherard, Mrs: "W -B. Caves Jr. IS-Official visit of grand

The Auxiliary will not have a Mrs. Paul Leaner, Mn. Harold matron of Florida to Ad Astra oopiat size H3KINtlJ'/
: food booth in the Fruit festival Oxford. Mrs. Augustus Wynn, C Chapter: of O. E. S. ltvlIf

t this year as It has In the past. Mrs. T. J. Walker, Mrs. Stanley Feb. Homestead school carnival AGAREXM KEY CASE

The Biscayne Post of South Wittkop, Mn. E. A. Buchanan, I ID .
,. Miami Invited the local post and Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mn. Alma 'Feb. 20-Meetlng of Methodist Palatable. s LWI'nulsloa. ,\'//,/ It. last holder

auxiliary to a party at the Holaum oxsee, Mrs. Rudolph Mattson, |l W. M. S. Circles. fin A mild Les. 9A. for automobile ,

Bakery Tuesday evening. They Mrs. Robert Cassube, Mn. Robert Feb. 21-Meeting ot Homestead curt, keys.1WI ,
will be shown through the bakeryand Glenn Jr., Mrs. L. T. Proctor, I P T A. at 3 p. m. "

; a special program has been Mrs. Franklin Green, Mn. James Feb. 28-Mar. -Redland District )1Skb AWfesf ADRIENNE:
prepared. Bird, Miss Norma Gossman, Mn. Fruit Festival.
: Refreshment of coffee and Turner Mrs. Ennis and Mn. Mineral Oil Kg* fi1ce Powder

doughnuts were served the legion Dendy.
: and auxiliary after their meet MA | BeautifyingHarmonlilng. I:
i ings. EPISCOPAL YOUNG PEOPLE ft pttlM.Sto. .

t t The next meeting of the Auxiliary HAVE BUNCO PARTY 2M Clings lovingly :

: will be on Feb. 7 at 8 The Young People's Service '

e'cloctMn the Legion Hall League of St. John's Episcopal TM1 39e size P latest'mine'd

Those present at the Auxiliary Church entertained with a bunco ..a SODIUM K Adhesive
meeting were: Mrs. Lamar Kendrick party at the rectory on Wednesday 1
Mrs. J. A. Smith. Mrs. Edw. night .' PERBORATE k ,. Tape .

Norman, Sr. Mn. Edw. Norman, Th_. present were: Mn. Virginia iRtlpfuItncom.bstlsg ; Wateproof. '
Jr. Mn. Win J. Geronirno Mrs. Walton Miss Virginia Haas, ,( gaw 10F Stlcll. 'ast. ,

Fritz Schroeder, Mrs. Harold Miss Effle Mae Waters, Miss Irritallom.RAZOR Atraaes..grRf .

Y Sheffield, Mn. Phillip Reams, Louise Barnes, Miss Doris Single-
i Mrs. Jesse Ooumart Mrs. Ceo. W. ton. B. Floyd, Bruce Scott, Cut fJJ.J; .fJNtb I o' '' 0d LUNCHEON

Turner, Jr., Mrs. Frank B. Rue Jenner, Robert Gauiens. Surry Pair ass"stns saw volts Poor BLADES
r : and Miss Ruth Foal Rlc< and Frank Hausman. s
bear ewes t bee been gives .
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REV. A. M. VIVIEN HONORED BY FRIENDS CHARLES BRANTLEr GIVEN. + V

ON EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY I BIRTHDAY PARTY 1\0 1
Charles Brantley was liven a

Social Events J party on his third birthday anniversary '
L. Friends gathered at home ;;;: J. J. Richards, the Rev and I Friday afternoon by hit :

I of the Bev. and Mn. A. M. Vivien Mrs. Harley R. Core, the Rev. and mother, Mr*jJ' II. Br ntle> 'I t : !
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In Redland Friday to celebrateMr. Mn. Homer Miller of Newcastle the home of grandparents
Pa., the Rev. and Mrs. John W. and. Mrs. C. T Anderson In Na- ; .
Vivien eightieth birthday en. Porte, the Rev. and Mrs. C. G.. ranla. .; ,
DADE GARDEN CLUB RE-ELECTS
I SOUTH niversary.A Nelson Mr. and Mri. Hobart J. I The guests spent the afternoon '

UNANIMOUSLY! ITS PRESENT OFFICERS program of speech made Brookett, Mr. and Mn. Wm. Dun- playing with small toys. Refreshments -

the birthday dinner, served on the lop, Mr. and: Mrs. Jason Hoag- of asks and lot cream were

Mrs. R. J. Shepherd wis unan of Mobile Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel porch, a particularly happy one,,,. land, Mr. and Mra. Frank w. ;sel'ftd.
Stillman and the Rev. ClarenceA.
imously re-elected president! of read an article nn the conserva- Guests present were: Carolyn
surprise feature of the dinner Vincent of Miami Shores.B. .
birds trees and Lounsbury, Buford Hllson. Jerry a
the South Dade Garden Club at tion of palms, ,
a meeting Monday afternoon at flowers. Mn. Ceo. E. Reed read waa a big birthday cake presentedby and Allen Underwood, Alene and

the home of Mrs Hobart Brockett! several poems. one of the guests. P. W. C. PLANS Marlene Keene, Hal McLAughlin" !1Jr
in Florida City. Other officers re- i The next meeting Will be on Covers wen laid for 24: Mr FOR FESTIVAL BOOTHAt Jeanette and Ann McDonald
Annie ft Mn. Wmi in and Mn. Vivien, the Rev. and Redland Katherine Lambert, Janqvmlint
elected were: Mrs. R. But- Feb with Dunlop its meeting In the
ler, vice-president; and' Mn. Wm : hen sunken garden. Mrs. Geo. E. DeueL the Bev. and' District Chamber of Commercebulldlngi Everett* Roland! Underwood, Ray i

Dunlop,.secretary: andl treasurer. I Thaw present were: Mrs.,Ralph Monday night the Home- Lees Bay and Onetia Cohen, CanoeMWllna 4
Mrt. K. D. Shetzllne reported! P: Desmond*, Mm,. EdVw. NbrmamJtw linger secretary;. ands Mrt.. Lewis stead B. P: w: C. made tentative and Billy MattU. r
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that the county making i< drive. Mn,. Edw. Norman,. SB,. Mri Brandenburg, treasurer. 'plane for a. booth at the Fruit
against advertising billboard, on Sophia AlUent. Mrs. Av. W..Jbmet, ,Olh_ present werti Mrs J: P FattivaL. Thai: W oman'* Auxiliary of the

the highways and urged that the I Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, Mn. Harry Dye, Mrs. Annie Nabors, Mrs.. The club will also take chargeof St. Johns Episcopal Church will

club have them all removed from .D.. Wolfe, Mrs. Grace McLellan C. Hagler Rice, Mn. Clarence collecting tickets at one of the meet this afternoon In the Rectoryat Ii

the Redland District. Smith Mrs. N. G. Ball, Mn. H. Rice, Mn. H. M. Gibbi and Miss I festival entrance. 3 p. m. Plant for a fish try

A resolution on the death ol W. Lowenthal, Mn. Elberta Bute, Jennie Lobdell.At will be discussed.
Mrs W. D. Bishop, former club Mn. J. M. Dobbin Mn. Hollister a meeting at the home olMn O.. A.'S ENTERTAINED

member, was read and copies lent! Sage, Mrs. R. W. Mulling, Mn Geo. Ranson, the Pearl Davis BY MRS. GORDON IVET Mr. Louise Otto Schmidt and

to her husband and sisters in In N. D. Snow, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Circle elected Mrs. C. D. Eaker,, Mrs. Gordon Ivey was hostessto Mrs. Joseph E. Shields of Peoria,

diana Butler, Mrs. Dunlop, Mrs Shetz- leader, to fill the vacancy caused the Q. A.'s of the First Bap- III, wen luncheon guests of Mrs.B. .

Mrs. Brocket read an article on line, Mn. Deuel, Mrs. Reed and by the resignation of Mrs. J. E. tilt Church of Homestead-at her A. Wildln, Friday. Mn. Shields

the Azatic Trail in the gardens Mn. Brocket Davis. Mrs. A. S. Moye was elected home Monday afternoon. will be remembered at the wife of l

treasurer. Virginia Kelly, president, pre- the late Dr, Shields, Homestead
DEMONSTRATION CLUBS MR. AND MRS. BEVO WEBB Miss Helen Livingston conducted sided over the business period. dentist.
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FLAN FESTIVAL EXHIBITS ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE a study course on "Songs of Zion. She also won a story telling con-
She discussed the life of David, test June Vann conducted the
The Homestead Home Demon- I Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb entertained Cookies and ice cream were devotional. Mrs George W. Turner, Jr., and
Our Bridge Club at Mrs. B. A. Waldm attended the
atntion Club will unite with the served. Those present were: Evelyn \
Redland Home Demonstration' their home on Thursday eveningof Those present were! Mrs. J. A.. Davis, Estelle Falrctoth, Theno third annual Institute of the Florida 4

Club In making a display of local last week. Daugherty, Mrs J. W. English,, Rose Alfonso, Betty Drown, Geraldine Federation of Worsens Clubs at
products for the Fruit Festival,, Mr and Mrs. W. R. Bird, high Mrs. C. A. Williams, Mrs. Dun Shepard, Connie Campbell, the University of Miami, Wednesday -

the Homestead club decided it its score prize winners, received Williams, Mrs. L. I. Price, Mrs. Betty Schauberger, Betty Jenkins, ,
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afternoon. Red- tickets! to "Gone With the Wind. Mri. Davis Mrs. 1
meeting yesterday Dexter Smith Uldine Faircloth, Margaret Canon,
land will display products made Those present were: Mr. and Eaker, Mrs. Moye, Miss 'Livingston Wynell Shepard, Ruth Byrum,

from citrus fruits; Homestead, Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mr. and and Mrs. Ranson.AD Virginia Kelly, June Vann and
products made from tomatoes. Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. R. J. Elliott
Lee H. Lahman, Mr. and Mrs. I
To prepare for the exhibit the ASTRA OFFICERS DOLLY BARNETT HONOREDON
Julian H. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. CHIROPRACTOR
Homestead group decided yester- HAVE SUPPER AND DRILL 1ZTH ANNIVERSARYDolly
day to hold an all-day work meeting T. J. Faust, Mn and Mrs. W. Barnett honored
was on Borne Bldt,. Homestead
E'I Mrs. Mabel Jones ol Miami con
on Feb, 14. Rheney, Mr and, Mrs. Bird. her twelfth birthday anniversary
ducted a practice for the officers I
and
H. R McDaniel and Mr.
Miss Eunice Grady, count t with by
Jan given
on a party
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Bevo Webb. of Ad Astra chapter of O. E; S
home demonstration club agent, mother Mrs. Either Barnett.
her ,
Friday night In the I. O. O. F
stated that this year' a prize will Various games wen played dur
hall A
pot-luck aupper precededthe
be awarded In those classes In MRS. DEXTER IIORNE GIVEN ing the afternoon and cake,
practice.
which there is only one entry : SHOWER BY GLEANERS CLASS Those attending were: Mr.4 and I cookies, candy and punch were i Tropical Cafe
last it only one competed served.
year Mrs. Dexter Horne, retiring Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mn. Frank
ini a class a blue ribbon was Others present were: Marie and I I doors north of city hall
president of the Gleaners Class Schneider, Mn. R. W Mullins,
awarded but no eaah prize. The Bell. Gloria DIMarlo, Margaret -
i Myra HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
of the First Baptist Church ol Mrs. Chas. Turner, Mrs. Lloyd I .
to decide she said Clarice Dodson SumMaya
judges are Homestead; was honored with. a Delta, Mn. Herbet. Katz, Mrs. E. I Hesterv I
whether first, second thirdprize June Vann Batty June
a or -
the J. W. Mn,. I
handkerchief shower by members J. Dyal, Mrs ; English,
is merited. of the class at the home of A. R. Meybem, Mrs. Sam J. Davis,. Jenkins, Dorothy Kyle, LIbby Regular dinner .... 50c
Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mrs. HarryD. Jane Buck, Virginia Kelly Theda I
Geo,
Mrs. W. W. Allen Wednesday Mn Edwin McGarrah, Mn.
Wolfe and Mn. S. A. King were afternoon. Mn M. A. Murphyand W Turner, Jr, Mn. Mundroff,,: Proctor and Philippa Goff. I Plate lunch 35c.I

appointed to. plan demonstrations, Mrs. Alvin Campbell were Mn Jones Miss Alice Macomber,, I

for the festival. joint hostesses. Misses Julia and Hazel Sullivan!,:
Miss Grady exhibited posters Mn. Henry Olsen new president and Mines Esther and Helen Livingston. 'XP I Miss Florence Jennets, Prop>
and samples of zipper fasteners
presided during the business .
showed also a collection' of model
meeting. Mrs Laban Bishop, Jr.,
garments and pointed out the I: conducted the devotional. Mn. N. 11.w.W1YKS Yvwvvwvwvvi
merits of the different methods Ii
W. Carter won a prize hi an artist'scontest
of closing and trimming em- Pie and coffee Were
ployed.A .
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served.
of books which she FOR
group Those present were: Mn A. L.
has purchased for the county office -
Lanier, Mrs. Helen Hurt, Mrs. O.
was exhibited. Later, these
H. Hitch, Mrs. Harry Schauberger,
will be loaned to members desiring "
Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. Chas Roach, WEAR !
to borrow them.
Mrs. J. C. Davis, Mrs. Albert

Bussey, Mrs. James Roberta, Jr.,
METHODIST OFFICERS HAVE Mrs. Lloyd Witt, Mn. C. H. Denby,

BUFFER AND MEETINGA Mn. A. E. Smith, Mrs. Gordon AND

discuillon'on the arrange- Ivey, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Horne, $
Mn. Bishop, Mrs. Murphy, Mn.
ment of the Sunday school roomsIn
the west wing of the building, Campbell and Mrs.. Allen, Mn. BEAUTY

was, held at a meeting Monday Paul J. Moore was .a visitor and
night of the--officers and teachers Mn. Harry M. Brown, Jr., was

of the Sunday school of the HomeStead -, received as a new member.W. .

Methodist church. The use
of literature in the departments M. S. CIRCLES PLAN Floors that are built with, good materials-that are laid

1 was made also for more discussed.personal Plans work;were In FOR CHICKEN SUPPER by skilled workmen-give years of service and grow more;
Plans for the chicken supper
the classes I to be held Saturday evening In beautiful with age. They cost little more thaa the ordInary

A, covered dish supper precededthe : the I. O. O. F.: hall were completed kind and the difference few!
meeting.. at the circle meetings of the W. amounts to only a ,
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Those present were:Mr.and Mn r
M. S. of the Homestead Methodist
W. :H. taker, Mr. 'and Mn Jason Church Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. cents a month on the FHA Plan.

Avery, Mrs. J. A. McNeilL Mn' J. D. Redd was elected
J. J. Richards, Mrs. Casper Williams leader of the Marian Eleitaa Circle Now you can repair and remodel with convenient ;
Mrs. .Dan Williams MUse
afternoonat
Tuesday
at the meeting
Helen, Margaret and Mildred WilrHams. monthly payments.
the home of Mrs. Casper ,
Flekl, .MIaa.. Esther and Helen ,

i Livingston Miss Jamie RlchartU, Mrs. J. J. Richards was elected Calf G2 for full information s
B. M. Hindman L; A. Young, H. assistant leader; Mrs E. S. Cap-
M. Brown and W H. Nolan.


\ PALMS HOTEL
I The party of the Homestead
Woman's Club honoring Mrs L. L. FLORIDA CITY

:Bow, club poet-laureate", on Tues' ModernoesM

day in the club house will be held and Apartments
at I o'clock Instead of S o'clock Reasonable Rates

previously announced.

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I INDISEASEFIGI1TJacksonville ,Sf a Una

$ BAPTIST CHURCH !spear, Pastor. Sunday ached at I," a. wi .. ._ __ __._ __ _____n____ _. ______ ___ \, ,
preaching at 11 a. m and 1u p. n. : I
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BOMESTIAD-. J E.: Jormitona, ,... N. Y P. a. and J union meting at ':00 FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUS\
tor. Sunday aeaool at 0:46: a. m. uraarkha Jan. 18. Mnny I d.
at 11 .. at. ..41:80: p. met R. Y. P. U. p. m. Prayer pipeline VadaaadaiP mains notable
al.,ao p. m. Prayer pervious Wednesday 7.M.. m.PRINCKTONTlia. I accomplishment were recorded r
etytsemm.IcoULDRTM. by the State Board of Health RENT- Two houses one SEE AND BUY at ananMul Variety -

R... Noah Patoraou, paa- _IIIr.: 8und., acted R at...lull B P.traMktaaM Oawaa, I during 1939 but according to Dr. partly furnished, or sell furni I Grove, West Florida City.

tar Sunday aohool at 10 a. ID" preaching lout a m. and TiM p. m. JutoowUti I 1A.: B. McCreary, state health officer ture. Apply Adam Ennls, near (a7tf)
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'at S1aat.and7:30p.m.IB.T.P.0.at ..10.. at Prarrr* SO i Young meeting panaVfa Wednesday. nounlat >t the most: significant and fir- Seaboard station. (pJ2)
l Id-to p. ab Prayer ..",1.* at TiSo ...
p.
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!Wed........ p. m. reaching the adoption of the new FOR RENT-0 apartment with WANTEDCLEAN ,
:health baaed the
EriSCOFALBlackford. program
upon
and without private baths, from
/' CATHOLIC .r. 3011N1/-R n. R.cod avenue and Florida survey made by the Amer- $11 to $30. Apply Homestead RAGS WANTED Will I
:"fBl'RCH Of THE SACKED BEAUTI. Fourth .'-1. Houat.ad t the It... R. ,. ican Public Health Association advertising
Store. exchange subscription or
'". Saeoad ...auo. Home '1 the Rav.r _tor. Holy communion .. during the first six months of the Variety (pj28)
J. 0-rr ....to,. Sunday man at I Tao a. m. Sundaf Whorl at S SO; awn- for clean rags. Leader-
t a. .. week aar main >t I:10 daily.Buaday Inn prayer at 11. year. FOR RENT-2 room apartment. Enterprise.
shod Sunday following_.. t a'tlnik I To fulfill one of the primary Geo. Watson Campbell St, I
ataaa. Communion rot the tint General topic for S p. m. Sunday ,
sandal el month I for Bun mil bora. the \ vesper services "The Man recommendations of this survey across from airport. (pJ19)) TUTORING WANTED high } 4
aaaaad Suaaar of Biomh Holy hour Thtin- ,the state-wide public health
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day Mora tint Friday ot month it ,:ao Who Made the New Testament," FOR RENT-Large comfortable school and grade school subjects. > ;
mittee was organized by tome 2,*
Frldar fIO
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.m.NAberoftint Blaaaad Sacram.M alter Jan. M-Topic: "A Doctor of 900 prominent Florida citizens rooms. Frontier's, Oversea Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B, ,
IRML Body and Soul." Plummer drive and Country .
They will assist In the program to Highway at Florida City. Phone

CHRISTIAN: SCIENCE CHURCH FREE METHODIST I curb the prevalence of those diseases S26-J. J19-U) I Club road. .if

FLORIDA Crrr.-rrMdwar and Sixth which are preventable and
atraft. Sunday school at I:48 .. m. Inr FLORIDA UTY-Tha Xa*. IVailaj c.1 to help eliminate other menaces to FOR SALEFOR RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished \
pupas under SO roam of apt aaornfni Smaal, paator. Sunday aeaaol a.p. n I or unfurnished. I have year
...... at II oolock. Watfaaadap ....In. praaehliw. S and 1,SO D. at. Tuesday health of the public. In additionto 'I
atrvlaal whlea laeluda taatlnoniala of hole pro,.. mating at i ISO ,. m. the organization of the statewide SALE-Nice tangerines, 20c a 'round clients. Benjamin W.
,. ISO and aaparioaoaa and remarks aa Cbrl.. Morris registered real estate
Isle of Pines
peck. grapefruit on I
tea Solaaaa, S m. Ta pukUa-> der.lion METHODISTROMERTRADno public health committee, ,
Crimea, I p. M. I certain other significant recommendations order, 75o a bushel, Mrs. Eva I broker, N. Krome ave., next to
Binding room .. shares edifice la err.area R... J. J. Mekardi.aaator. have been carried out Collins, Biscayne drive and Federal Baptist Church. (ju8tf)
: Tauraday afternoon from StO to Sunday acbool at t:. a. m.1
prow The ublla a cordially Invited 10 the "preaching at II a. ... and ':1' p. a. to Increase the efficiency of theState highway at Modello. I NOTICI.OF APPLICATION FOR .i.
1e9.laes and M whI the reading i junior ........ at titO ,. m.: HI Uan Board of Health service.A I TAX UkfcU
.Jut Leswen-senmm topic: at StSt a. m.; Senior Lases at S.So p. auPnutn FOR SALE-Petunia, Larkspur, Chapter I74S1Acla ot IMSMl.
aiaatliii at I.SO p. at. Wadaaadar.SILWK new school health program, Phlox and Plants.lIe AJHW J
"Ufe. : jointly the department Ageratum Notion b hereby given that lAp........
prepared by state
PALM-Tba .... J, E. Walter a doz. Josephine R. Pratt, P. Bunora holder of state and CountTat
i CHURCH OF CHRIST __ Suadir. acbool every Sundar at of education state boardof 300 N. E. lit avenue. J12tf) CortlfloaU/ No. S 9 SS house tko Stn
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IS a a> I ptaachfiii aanrlcaa oa fist, third health and child health day of Aural, A. D. U.'. lima tiled swine
..JI4I.url.1 '.__ aid *,. W. i aa4 Bull aartj4l A,at had liM pea com- I. my office, and kai mad appllralkna .
Via atrart. Bible atudy at 10 a..m.t aom.MuJam mittee of the Florida Medical Association ; FOR SALE-On RedJ.nd Road a ma deed W ka aided 1"'._.. Said
Mknraalp and. Maaaalat at11a.m. '..IICITOM-",. .... I. R Waller. Certificate embers the Mlowhil doarrlWdprop .
was formulated and written short distance south'of Redland
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Inseam I townships a Raeder rttr la the Counts of Pada HUM ot
I abed at IaFLORIDA as a bulletin. This represents i Woman's Club, cottage Partly >
CHURCH OF GOD a new technique In teaching health furnished. For sale at 0rUtaUlWlo'. Block IS. Woodland
CITY: COMMUNITY CBVItCI giveawayprice. Adds.. Plat Book .. Pan M, !. the
.OaTHHAD-SAS N. W. First araaaai'U The to school children in such II See Wm. J. Geronimo Legion NorMa.Tka .
C. A Makwa lor. I way Counts of Dado. Slat
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OK. tt. Coplln
vHoal at II) a. at.1 pntachlai at T aMmimrnt of property aaoVr ,
that It is not confined office Homestead.
to the school
.aiaoal It 1141 a. m.I praaohlnt at U a. Midweek prarara awl fllbla study Tag the aaM oartlflcaM ... la the aamc of '
and T Id:.in.j Junior Y. F. at T t ,I des? as 5 7t10.REDLAND C"I but Is translated into healthful living (dOtf) Unit.Uni.a.
mwawg 1n araon.g Praar I""th. Mall to redosow4lsteoedins
arse. a .. I VaaaMday.STHCRCH V.1 COMMUNITY at home.E.tabU.hment. to low the prmwrty doiirlkidtkanla
_. of additional FOR SALE Tropical punts citerus oMfar
The Ste*' C. O. N.l paator. will W Old to the highest
OF THE: NAZARENE Whole at Hi ,,_I... at 11 I BpaxiatkLaaiua full-time local health units will be tees and tropics fruit .In at the Court bows door ... the dial Monday
at .:10. Midweek pane aad la the month of >>._ IMO w Mlla -
'IO..TI4D-n. ... Rokaft Bible study Thandar. al ttlO.rUUSBXTERXAM the main objective of the State season Jungle Grove, Redland the 4tk day of II...... 140.
road and Plummau' drive Data Ikta f Janaaiy, I Ma.M .
I : : CHW I. Board of Health In 1944. Only IT B. Lit l'T.&rlli; .
Dr. Leonard...Haakln'llla of Florida's 87 counties are now Clark at Cheats Court, Dad Oownt*, 4
I VOMMtlAlrwKnaM .
loanu at H. lout Florida.Clmlt
HOMESTEAD LOTS
t eailMw hi tee StiaariaaUaaanahwa4 alr.aa.. TIle .... Over S. Rfcaa paatar.Blbl served by a full-time unit which Owrt Real
i atapakria al .aaaoal a* IS a, m.t Visitation at U is recognized as the moot effi FOR SALE By N. O. STFRPIarrT. D. ClJaa.
a. a170 n aealaa aiaallaa aa f SO a. at ( IS. SI. ,... .. S, ll GLASSESMl I cient method of providing adequate I't have the following lots priced I
Jan. tl-Sermva subject: "TheCcMIt health protection to local com- low for sale none or APPLICATION NIP ..
quick :
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R. Fares BC, Miami. Fly TAX Otto
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.4. Completely. Air Caaaltteaaa1Turner's I' of a Cniaade. .I munltletl. Lot 3, Block 4, North Dlanvnd MotlM b hanky .1_ that Vafead ..d. +
l Coo.1 TWOs ty Company holder aa aaauiaaa af "Cut '
Park west
: ; frontage. Taalaf DUtrlrt Tax Ortlflml Nur IWrdIM
I| 1,073AT'WOMEN'S COLLEGE II COUNTIES ENTER DISPLAY Lot 38, Block 2, Ponce DeLeon dated the Sth dry o' July A D, 117.
has flM aid Cartlfkata la air afftaa, owlhas
Tallahassee, Jan. 18.-Florida Thirteen Florida .counties, will subdivision; southeast corner facing ...... application for taa died t* lots

Funeral Home 'State College for Women with approximately -I have magnificent agricultural displays south. thereon, la embraces araordanc the followlna with law.dmcrlaHpnpartr SaM

!I. 1,973 students continues at the State Fair In Tampa, Lots 14-1S-18 Block 8, McClure CmtirhaW, alluatad la Dade County, Florida,

""n AMBULANCE SERVICE: I I to rank as third largest Jan. 30 to Feb. 10, entry records I Manor. These three lots are all together -! ""Lot't. Rlork T. Hallandal I Park Wa.

.state woman's college in America,I show. Each county presents abigger and face south. a. a Sub, Hut Book so, Pat 4S. la
Lady AttendantPhone584R I according to a survey Just published show than do most county Also 10 acres of good rock land; the Th.County aiaiiaaiant of Dade ol said Slat property of 'Iorl.under...

Homestend,fa. by Dr. Raymond Walters, 'fairs. 'I the north half of the north half of the Cartirint issued was In the aaaM DfUatoaa

j president the University of Cin- the northeast quarter of the sou te.! ,rtes.. A.aid Oyna Cartlfleato she I Ann W railiataad

cinnati. The state college which ._ HEADS FAIR M TEARS ,_ west quarter of.Section 3, Township -,' ._rdln, to raw. tax dyed will ...... Ihwvoa
22 has 38 east This oa the Nth dar of FibrualT, A. D. It4..
i broke all previous enrollment For years Paul T. Streider 57, south range
Dated Uila loth day of January A. D.
Sot MoatJ And Cot i records this year, experienced an been 'the general manager of the tract lines due west of W. K. Wal. ""

Increase In line with a general increase Florida State Fair and this year ton's homeplace about a mile and X. B Clark. LrATHFRUMN of :Clrault Court. .t

CmfortableShaieiVrrtliTUiNew of 2.7 per' cent over the expects to present the mosf successful just east nf s ''..go avocado grove. Dad. County t1 rtdo. 4

:country. exposition since he took Write or see J. M. kiwI, P. O. Circuit Court fly N. C. .1..11 D. C.flu. .

I the helm. It is the Silver Anniversary Box a2 Deerfleld. Flay ,tJlII-m) IL II. 'A. ,.... a. I. 11101II
edition of the association.
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FOE OF HTACINTHThrough

I the> use of machine Only 12.100

tevieed.bra Floridian, U S; engineers A recent advertisement states: II BIRD'S'Indorsed! ;

I are now able to remove "It took 12,000 workers to put that
destructive water hyacinth from bottle of milk at your door."

lakes and streams of the state at "Yes, it sounded as If it did.-'

GilleH' i a cost of around $30 an acre. Medley. I



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fade
$880 DELIVERSThe I

uur used can always represent good value, but the

ones listed below are unusually choice and we recommend -
| At M Price! New I any one of them for your consideration.


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-SaaN You Sallie 1931 PLYMOUTH, SEDAN; good condition,

r s Frove And Hare An The, Causal 1wrt, 1940 PONTIACDe priced to sell.

tahat 61 dam

1s I fie : 1939 BUICK COUPE; radio; original paint;

( Luxe Equipped) new tires; guaranteed as new car.


1933 FORD COUPE; rumble seat ; good con.

TO YOU IN HOMESTEAD dition; good tires; cheap.

Now for you men who want i

bang-up rarer blade at 1935 PONTIAC TWO-DOOU SEDAN; very
low price...here's a value that's Coupe $880
real! Thin Oillettes cost only e e e good condition.

lots for 4 and give you quick, r
easy,jood-looldng shaves every 2-Door Touring Sedan 925
TOURING SEDAN
4-DOOR
tine.Mad of easy-flexing steel 1936 PLYMOUTH

with edges of an entirely new original' paint; good condition; '
kind they oat-pertorm and cub 4-Door Touring Sedan 975 -

.bat misfit blade two to oo*. I

Buy package from JOUI'deeI. ,


Ij j II I Preston B. Bird Motor Co. PaESB.; BIRD MOTOR CO. f


.. Krome Ar Opposite Tag Office I
I South Krone/ Ave. Phone 18
2t. OUR WRECKER SERVICEDay

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; \, 'j DIVIDED POWER angle of Comptroller Lee's legal
r Joust with the railroads WM de- '
cided. M-LAM-.THIS I PONT MAKE WELLIYE LEARNED

SEEN AS BOON All eight points! set up by Comptroller AD LOOKS WURESTDWIUGOMRC YOU fDR WOT MY USSON/ HEREAFTER 1 ,
Let and the counties EATING THtSC STICK TO MY GROCER WHERETO

through Attorneys Keen It Allen, OA'YI YEGEiABLES.i THEY I ALWAYS FIND NICE, fRESH
representing! the counties, and Assistant -
VEGETABLESAREN'T
URTAtNLY
DEMOCRACY General
Attorney Tyrui
A. Norwood of Attorney General UPTO
Maintenance, footIng O Couper Qlbbs staff, were sustained PAR!
on an equal '
of the five institutions, theI by the high court. 11 also M f, 7.x GCCD/ 1sl
I church, the home, the state, the ruled for the state on It out 4)1
school and industry has been the the 18 point raised by 'the road
The suit covered 1933 taxes due
factor that has placed the AmerIcan -
form of democracy on i four counties but the decision will
} plane far superior to the other apply to all taxes withheld by the 3
ll.l Ijfofcourst she u referrlny to
roads that mtllage
on charges
existing forms of government,
said Carl Wagner, principal of the levies were Illegal or excessive.The [FRANKLIN'SPillsbury's
Redland Farm Life School, In a two railroad points sustained
' s talk before the Radland District Involved levies for bond
4 4 Lions Club Tuesday night Where bonds were actually paid 20
t "Glorification or predominance off wlthoi using proceeds of contested I Flour ib. bad 89cMonwch .
millage and levies made ,
! of one of these instutlons woulc ; I
i mean the downfall of our democ- for! bonds alter the Board of Administration

racy," Mr Wagner said History; certified sufficientgas I
7'. hat taught us that giving one of tax funds available. II COFF 25c
: these institutions supreme power The'major !Issue settled was that Vacuum Packed I VaSUGHR
.: resulted in national disaster Each levies In excess of 10 mills are nota r
of these Institutions, as defined by burden on Interstate commerce
the framers of our constitution, and, therefore, are legal against Factory Packed
railroads a* well as others 26C Stoklej'g
must be dependent on the other
5-lb.
bag ...
four But they are Interrelated The court upheld the law requiring ,
I '1 and deal with the necessities and taxing officials to base
\ ', weaknesses of the American people levies on the theory that BS per lbs.TOMATO
which make for an Ideal form cent of the taxes would be collected. Long Island Selected 10 !
of Democratic government This means reductions in future -
Selected
\ "Human Institutions are subjectto levies and less pyramiding of Potatoes 27c JUICE W
corruption,,decay and degeneracy the tax burden against those who
and for this reason no people actually pal taxes However, the
should 'put all their eggs In one court rutertiJthht railroads can't 2 GIANT lOCl 1
basket' Power should be distributed wait untiL qtJ\eO have paid and Crisco Spry CANS
,. ,among several agencies taxes beoojiy delinquent and thus or talt 53C
resolve benefit denied others
If no one ,institution was capableof ;
sustained management of lite The remedy'said the court":''a to Harvest Moon"
In the past, it Is inconceivable that restrain the levy prior to Hi en- GREENWICH INN
forcement against all taxpayers GuaranteedMAYONNAISE
: anyone Institution could function
capably In all fields of modem So the roads must pay for the past Pure Preserves 2 lb. Jar 29c
complex civilization Any institution end seek relief properly in the !
is certain to be managed usually future against errors that arise.

by a group of men primarily
Army Life ARMOUR GUARANTEED Pt Jar..21cQt
Interested in that particular organization -
Because of this, these mm "Any of you lads know anything '
have certain prejudices and weaknesses bout shorthand said the Ser- Shipped Eggs Doz 29c Jar 35.
which help create barren eant-MaJor to a bunch of re- |
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soil for the growth of personal eruiti i

liberties. The 'Individual and his There ws a quick response MONARCH Ne, | CANS
rights are lost in the glorificationof Six of them ten out at once.
J the supreme Institution orBantam M. J. B.
lads Well, Corn
Mr Wagner pointed out that "Righto you they're" Golden 2for C
shorthanded in the cookhouse
China Inmaking the home supreme -
So the six of them spent the morn-
,brought misery, internal COFFEEb.
strife, ancestral worship, Ignorance ng peeling potatoes.-London ( Jewel 4-lb. Pkg.| Yellow 3 Ibs.
.. i and industrial inefficiency to Daily Herald.

the Germany nation.Russia The present and Italy status Is of a Bh"hl Lard 44c onions ioc ., 33 c

t clear example of making the government "A little girl, attending church
or state supreme," he for the first time, was amazed to
: said "The terror and trouble of see all kneel suddenly She asked .Rosedale Peaches 2 Nr' % 27dKellogg's
F'' the Middle Ages are classic examples her mother what they were goingto ,;
of the domination of the do. Her mother replied:
church The school, is a relativelynew "Hush! They're going to say
Institution and it must be their prayers" '

... kept responsible to the other institutions "What, with all their clothes 'I Corn Flakes nK. 6crrpt
if the present form of "
on? asked the little girl.&c
.. democracy Is maintained"
;, The supremacy of industry
,,;: would be 8 blow to the-tueeeos'of
SOAP Sparc Ribs 25c
our democracy, Mr Wagner said EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING 2 lbs.
He pointed to the failure of ancient
I : nations, caused by giving too for.19c
f great recognizance to trade andbusiness. Ron Gold Coin
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. t Prompt service on all
BUTTER Sliced Bacon
POWDER
H RAILROAD TAX makes specializing on or

automobile radios SOAP 36c 23c
LB. LB.

H REFUND LOOMS L. C. Dodd 5 for10c


t FOR 50 COUNTIES 'Hewers Bldg. Octagon Veal Roast Boned Rolled and Lb.32C \ i!

SOAP FLAKES
STANDARD j I
Un Veotiola
t Tallahassee, Jan. IB.-(Special) r
'f -.Another half million dollars of Sm. Pkg. 9 cLg.Pkg.
10OciaR'on YINdeps
delinquent railroad taxes loomed OLIN .21c Q
f for approximately 80 Florida. _
counties as the State Supreme ..e.w.s BONED AND ROLLED !
Court upheld State Comptroller oil arr

I-i. I J sustain.'M. Lee legality In hts two-year of raUlag battle levies to s CLEANSER Western Chuck-Roast Lb. 29c

; against railroad over 8 five-year
}\ 2 cans 9 c
q period-1934- The decision ) 00 CUDAHY'S

future means benefits about $100.000 too. More per than year$!In,- / w Octagon MEN Puritan Hams Whole 11z or Lb. 24c

I, 000,000 was paid to counties lest I,t t,. Granulated
; than six months ago when the first JACKSONVILLE'SLEADING Fresh Park Fresh Pork


fTDOPICAUMDNKEYJUNGLE C" ;04- a MI HOTEL awaftto awe -Sm. Pkg.SOAP_ 9 c Shoulders 11M MSLg.Pkg.

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