<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The leader-enterprise
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00051
 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: December 20, 1935
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: UF00087294:00051
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

Full Text
.. ......-._.. .. .. ..,.- _._ ...., .__.......-...:.y.IIAM" -..-_... ,.,.. ,. m ? ..._.... ._
_. 1e
A M
--- ,
\ "" .. ....... ( t
,
i I}

U of P "TPRARY

: Cation "
j
Lice




: THE L D-ROA D E R tlodlSt" .t nisju \




VOLUME XXIII--NUMBEK 81. FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, DEC. PRICE FIVE CENTS \ j;




42 FRILL HOff Poya Oil 'W A y ffwtmn E ,w





t I
'


M1LLACEOF75MEAD f r KANSANSDUE'




OF 40DEMANDED IN I HOMESTEAD j,




IS :TUESDAY EVE I


,
Writ Would Compel l City I 'II Local Chapter, Aided by \

Council to Tax Above I .e I C. of C Plans 3-Day 41'

Ability to Pay 1
} ;,( I Program j jDEEPSEAlFlSHINJ 1I'

''I' TO ADVERTISE 1932 i
14 j
IS
'1't'' *_ DELINQUENT T 1-u.- TAXES I I' SLATED WEDNESDAY I II I'I '.

Final Reading Given Running .! IXirt '
I Siprht-seeincr Tours Visit
tS Y rr' I ,
Board Riders'Ordinance II'' to Pan-Air Base on j

Thursday k
4 M4
I
Adhering to the conviction arrived -,
Forty-two Future Farmer left f
at by taxpayers' Merriam Kan. this morning bound .
teethat a ta* rate 'of 10 commU-j I for Homestead on s motorcadetrip
aJJ that Homestead pr
financed with
able to'stand, money awarded .
erg an the city
'
them for first
place In the rational
council Monday night decided that I I Future Farmer chapter contactTuesday :
the city would not voluntarily
evening they win be metat
Ullll the mlllage but would accept! I
the intersection of Krome
avenue -
!
service on a mandamus eult to
and the Tamiaral Trail
force the levying of an additional i by
their hosts, the member of the
31 mills to provide for paymentof
Homestead
chapter, l'utwFarm
Interest amounting to $$39,312 -
en of,America! ,'and- a 'ce-operat_
.*. on a series ol,bond* held by the I Ittae.ra .
TP- Investment Co and other: '. .. .' ,. lug entertainment commltte-.tr / 1
the Redland District Chamber Of
corporation and Individuals. CommerceThe .
Notice of the suit wa received

Monday' by City Attorney Ernest: THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE WISHES POR YOU F. F A.Shawnef-Misslon, U accepting an Chapter Invitation ,
(Continued on Pago Bit) I
of the Homestead chapter to
visit the southern tip of the United <
TO PAY DIVIDEND A MERRY CHRISTMAS State during the Christmas holiday -

*. Its 4a member, aoeom* (
: panted by their adviser H. D.
OF$6000MONDAYTO I Carver, win be escorted to the
Areme-Sponsored Circus Spends I YimiDE CHEER I Future Farmer clubhouse Homestead :.

DEPOSITORSi where they will "have nipper
I Most of Its Receipts in Homestead I PLANS'RECEIVEUNEXPECTH and be shown their sleeping

i quarter Forty.flve cots have
!Another Coming Jan. 15 Record checked by in Arem SW"'dub had agreed to take care been placed In every available '
Club committee show that the circus of license arrangement ) AID nook and corner of the big frame t
for Citizens
Bank Certificate which played here Friday; Informed of the predicament of "CIo Krome avenue to take i
Holders night under the sponsorship of the the eastern Star women, after all the visitors. '
:! : i Eastern Star business organization arrangement had been completed Public Using Stores as The next day Christmas, will I
Jepoaltorltuu! money In left In Homestead $269.23 of and the circus..on its way here for be spent in 4..p-... fisting OH I
.; the "new"* bank of Homestead the 1337.55 it received-not counting M Homestead business men subscribed Trustees CashDonations the ocean, Off Miami Beach The i
it when it closed on June XI, 1930, salary advance totaling $<4.60, the money made necessaryfor I member ef both Future Farmer
1 will receive an unexpected Christmas .-i part of which, at least was pent the license by Xnglish'i in- chapter will be guest of the city
;\ < present In thai form of an i here by employees of the circus. junction. In subscribing they affixed Cash contribution to the Bed- of Miami on the boat VaaaeM for
eight per cent dividend. A. O.yeachT Thus was refuted the theory their signature to a resolution land District Christmas Cheer the entire day The city of Miami
; liquidator's agent, announced -I, that any other form ot amuae, reading in part a* follow: Fund totaled "UT Wednesday will also furnish coconut tor the
by telephone! from Miami front but UM local picture show ..Whe,.**, we !are in full accord with Christmas' yet II week tflstMt 'vfaltlQg boys to take homo with I
:yesterday should be charged a prohibitive with the aim and object of the and unexpected charity activityfrom them. A fish fry at which the
Three hundred check represent.Ing license ef $100 a day "because the Order of the Eastern Star and are other source supplementing fish caught by the boy will be I
a total of,,000 will bo brought, money Is all taken out of town," loath that they should be deprived greatly the work of the Joint com served will take place.n the boat.
to ,Homestead Monday by Mr.I member of the Aroma Club point of the benefits; aforeMid, by reason mittee from the local civil organ!** Arrived back at the Uunhoune
Veach,, 'whO has made kirangemeftts -' of their inability to piy the ation. In Homestead Wednesday night' ,
fa be at 'the'I'Ir'If Rational uCThe circus Showed,in downtown aforesaid license of $100; It WM announced: throughMayoor the boy will be served* chile 'I
Bank of Homestead all day for Homestead Saturday night despite "Now therefore, we, the undersigned P. B. Bird Tuesday thai M. M. supper by mother of the Homestead '
4 the purpose ot distributing\ the the; Injunction filed In circuit court to the end of raising the Anenberg a Miami newspaper Future Fanners. AI o'clockS 1
\. fend present liquidator' certificate -' ef the only moving picture theatre: said license fee, do hereby contribute of ohkfce -and groceries to the clubhouse so tha) citizens( t*the I
*. Dividend,payment can riot Homestead, to restrain the city and donate to the Order of Redland District Christmas Cheer Redland District may make ''the
t" be made to anyone who doe not, from making a lift of the license the Eastern Star the sums of committee, JO to be distributed to acquaintance of the Knits boys.
bring the 'certificate with him,! fee to the Areme Club. In return money hereinafter let after our beneficiaries designated by the Thursday, the day after Cbrlat-
"' )It. Veach said. I for a percentage of the receipt: respective name." publisher and the other 36 to be out* will have a crowded>roeramrOJ' f
., ,The dividend to- ",* distributed! and a guarantee.ef $W the Eastenr The circus expenditure In,distributed at the committee' dla the boy front Merriam, A tour
Monday wm make a total of 88 I Homestead were as follows: groceries creUon. of the Palace mouth.... with.sop*
per cent that has been paid back at gd'* of Florida City,
Stork Flies Into Turner $49 09; )meaUfor, wild animals book left at
; registration
Trje
I ;
to depositors of the "new" bank of ; $15; gasoline, $74, tires, the Various stops show donationsto tcpealqued en I- raw
Homestead, the liquidator iaMU Ambulance at Pcrrinc tube, repairs .$ US; advertising {he Christmas fund totaling
A three per tent dividend to I $7; printing; $3.M; hay and eats, $20/.47. Vim the final Christmas Rotary Club Has Fun
depositor ot the Cltiiena Bank of Mr. and Mrs LoomU A. lone
I $14, telegram$2.24 weed cutter,
; shopping drive getting under ",.a1tod.y. Over 23-ccnt Xmas Gifts
Homestead, which closed in the are the parent of a even-pound $2.25, auto part, 7.15; wood and cash contribution
more are
Yammer of 1820 will be paid on son born In a Turner; Funeral Continued e* Pair Four)
or about January IS, Mr Veach Horn ambulance about onefourthmile I expected tff be recorded In the Th Rotary Club of homestead
also announced. The exact date! south, of Parrine yesterday. tablet at the stores, and the Lions had an hour of tun Wednesday a.
will be announced later. While I afternoon whiM Mrs .cones was First 1935-36 Carload Club custom of placing barrel in Its members opened Christmas j
the percentage of the dividend is being taken.to the ho plUI.lt, Dr.' Lots of Tomatoes Roll I tba grocery storm to receive con lifts limited to 21 cantata cost and
a. tributions of groceries will be followed read Verses composed by UM don-
smaller than th* Bank of Home Mary Freeman, 'who live and .. a
t;. mead dividend to be distributed practice in Pen-in was called by The first carload shipment of on. 1
Monday, the total amount ot money Herbert Turner, ambulance drive pin land tomatoes for the 1939 I the Rotary Club members Wed The club adjourned to meet no
and the number of person to .... Mr*. H. (I. Watt, a sinter of 34 season left the Redland DistrictSaturday. neada overaubscribed the club's more until after the holiday The
be paid are greater. Approximately Mr*. Jones, and Mrs. C V. Barnes I ICha. pledge of |2J by contributing M next meeting will\ be on JanuaryI.
1,000 check for a total of were with Mr Jones In the am- *. T. Harper of Homestead,i,individual, a total of $. The Or. Ruohle. a recent additionto
'$7,500 will be distributed to Citizens bulance. produce broker, and Becker Brothen tide have subscribed IIS, the the Subtropical Experiment
Bank!: liquidator certificate The boy baa been named Albert of Florida each shipped i I Woman' Club of Homestead $Sand Station staff was a guest at.the>
holders. I Uoomls. a car on'that ac.l1. UM Junior Woman' Club, S9, Rotary meeting Wednesday,



I,


,- .. .. .-..-...,. ..,..,.... ',. .- ,. "' .-- .. ... ....... ...... ... ..
'l.-, ;; ::... .. .. ... '''t. t ......' .,-J..;;, ......,.",Nla,:: ... ..,"r R',.,.' "

-' "... ,.



., ". .- ...
-,



'


Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday December 20,193&,
r.

I 'I New Car to Be Awarded Owner :

0f OldesLChevrolet Still in Use
,I ,A
i SHOW-BILLED TO
Detroit. Dec It Chwrellfi'. t OteesliOR"Chevrolet :
ono miI$Wh .f e/WW production I to happy to present,
PLAT DEC. 27 28 AV
I to Vb pnMetrieo1 t* the owner thia 1138 model," said Mr. Holler I'I'i' of
erf the oldest Chevrolet Ucenled I "because! it feels some recognition With

and In regular use In the United, Is due the owners of Chevro S LR mm1c IIQ rote
Site Opposite Geo. Ranson States, and the co-operation; o fduckion achievement of a pro j Ti
totalling well ewer a million
Grove Selected for America's tending newspapers bad 40
every one of the 10,000 Chevrolet car during the current year
Areme Benefit deafer baa been enlisted to discover is to be credited largely to motorists -
; who began purchasing Chevrolets >
this car and Its owner. ; 4
The Arena Club business or* The one millionth Chevrolet years ago and: have placed
ganUptloq of"the Homestead chaptor built within the current year nine many repeat order since then. FAffiirqg&JPatctng
of uW'brder of the Eastern off the'assembly line 4t Flea 'I wish that I could have tho d,
Star U sponsoring performance Mich.on Des dust eighty days thrill that is in atore.for the own
of the Heffner-Vlnson show on after Chevrolet produced Its eleven er whose early Chevrolet car a., l mows
Friday and Saturday nights next millionth car dam the beginning maybe 19 or 1* year old will be I
week on fbe.corner of Dixie Highway of the company.Presentation :- supplanted by a 1938 model. t c c wL'Cct'lunwdS
and King Highway. The of the millionth tar Although the presentation win I

W. site: which" & opposite the Gees I of the year1938 standard oaV'h be made for a New Year's gift. sn u
Ranson home Is 1 mile north of -will be made to the owner, whose the time for submitting; ;; car for 1 Pbxc ,
i thee business section of Homestead. Chevrolet I* discovered! between consideration ha Been; extended the S 211 1

Keeping only the favorite and Dec. U and midnight Jan 15,;!to to Include the short period between
". principal 'flayer Ueffner-Vlnson be the oldest model licensed: rand Dec 12 the birthday of the mil- I
r : Players, "The greatest show earth l in regular service 2" lionth car of the year and the first tNWARIacoca
:. 'If its kind" instead of playing a It Is specified that, to win, I1. of the year Announcement the LO"LO"i"
hree-dy'tengafement has cxnnblned >' old-timer Chevrolet must havebeen award wil be made on or about I rr
the greatest array of musicalcomedy regularly licensed for operation Jan. 22 a* soon a* the record can I
talent the how has ever during the current year possessing be carefully studied to determine I|
earned Into two nights of grand ita own 193 license tags 1 exactly who ha the oldest Chevrolet BENEFIT AREME CLUB
{ '. glorious funhand beautiful girls bunted before Decmber 1. It most,' in active service
A
; The play .itrnd.- new One never also have been.tomsed as a piassenger FRI. and SAT., December 27 28
offered her before and all new car and be equipped with] Sacred Heart JuniorsTo
'
vaudeville acts. The Reffnrr>Vin- a complete passenger ear body-Jit Located One Mile North on Federal '
son orchestra ha* been enlarged must bear the original engine *hd I Have.Tree on Dec. 29 Highway
" and play a 10 minute concert before. chassis number, legible and $> by Ranson Place !
-j
The Sunday school pupil of the
altered.
.
Uihow. To enter Chevrolet far_- Church of the Sacred Heart are to DOORS OPEN 1 P. M.-.SHOW g O'CLOClt-POPtJlAa PRICES r
canaideration -
twelve vaudeville act include have( Christmas tree Sunday,
the owner need'onl on Bar lee as Year Ticket by Trading with These Merchiauj.BROWXS .-
Herman Lewis, one of America'sgreatest drive it to Chevrolet dealer's Dee 29. from I to 3 o'clock in the
Meek face comedian and any I PHARMACY BISHOP COFFEE SHOP ,
salesroom and submit it foramlnaUon ea- dub room of the Sacred Heart <
late NriIr n Minstrel star Society Candy and popcorn will BETTER FOOD STORE CENTRAL SERVICE STATION
receiving a blank on i
Pat WUlard the of Blue
queen which he will report the engine and: be served.
singers, Vivian Royce and Dorothy -
chassis numbers of the car to the
{ Gevlno, modern rhythm dancer,
Chevrolet Motor Company at De-I
Margori Noble acrobatic dancer
supreme Met many other noveltyacts. troll, :nbete':: company records !
The Jleft' f'oVlnton chorus oldest in service. which is the Make ffieir Siristmas joy

I* all new this ;year Each girl la very
W. J:.
Holler vice-preaident and I
a finished rhythm tap dancer, gorgeously
general aalea manager. In notifying i complete with
costumed. Miss Beatrice
; j dealer oC the search for ,the: ;
Leroy and Usuries Larue are two!
other favorite oldest ear, said that the presentation 1 .
is Intended a* a New Year's'
The outstanding feature of the gift a* a reward for the driver: '
show Is Jimmie Heffner the South' whose' cart and maintenance.,flat :tktmfJ. "
favorite comedian lie Is supportted -
enabled tint eery oldest pevrni !
; by a cast of W people. let to survivg.siter many year M' u eIeat
The door win open at 7 o'clock t maD 4vr ,

and the performance will begin at

I. Chevrolet Cop


J Nice-But Chancy

Sign on a music store window: A BARGAIN!: .
Kiss the Girl You Love' and I'IIOSE 3712r -
l many other*. Just as good."
. ,.
-- --- -

I",
"

'
r


'.

J ; r


'.'

uamS as Was Mott sacaisAmomw +
-.
;m

: _
r "_
.,
"I OTW KBTCCTKO Cr
HTBUCUC auuuczsTBXVT -At only tonpitit loutfriatdearl B -ACT1o1Bllfge
........_........- w.eaA.rl,"""ft"". deg
Their eves will sparkle when they

."' see Ik beauty of Its sew' Turret

lOUD 1tTSber ........ Top Body..their palm qoickea HO Pun UJnIID' I1UPJI:
when they test'the, Mrformaac* 1.ion"
TOSPI fa Hew Tmn Te
enf rte V ,, ..
I (f km*,*fcHM W' ** II'ttls-Comprewgat sae sew a..rtM......r..,.
twARM0L' head Engja* .and their heM be"_..... M.
I II radiate satisfaction wiser they e;. be-.had aw

perienc the comfort of ita fsmooagJkuD
j 'S le more thaw a fcalajM** ratio*"e/ the wev>lMMe = =.w | Knee-Action Rid*. nraccraoor age ,
NitngM. Phosphoric Acid and Pet* *. I* addition to VA&JtJLC
I ltM eUaM U every ArnHMir Big ties beard caaUia extremely ...... _a.e..w,,..... you win a'Vo know that you LaTe "lkoe :::-..atie sad ooIw
tusieltotel miser aid aMearfary pleat feed. Ye _aetaa1ly fire ..-see eee sad ee liven them the safest senator eatever tae
< yMf Was east vegetable. a ee Ma.tiMi of active major plast' 'built.for tIN MW 1936 Owv. ,
l ed.'kle.Niger and aecMeary Shat fe4.-wiU estr ewCfM Alt TKM rUTtnUfl: AT .
{ ..arbea *ne AnaMr'a.ImTasTT' roJe'tha-t-InCU.L CHivaoucrs rucoiMe

,i ...IIC'lertll1.ai ., that -rt.is .& $... 6 lU Solid Steel Tenet Top and the '"Jr'II

} jf twe .r V Ut7..h. trait aM ....w... Made ta n....... slew esftaail -.aa other ed..CW liatod Ket*. Me .., i .. '
.. ...rl...4 field ass "..*" u.J"t-
Sea acme M let sae f e TIM MrtMNt MAN m >
"Your =: W"rans.
l See ( ---r.I m4ii ,
I fft'tIB.IbC cfcedal far your ea.iNerstba-witkeet .aligatt e,--' n..A.4: jyesw e rt Ink: U* = .

.., evesso' if' ::. c.-. +.r... CHETHOLCT MOTOt OOVPANT _w w.1r..4.rw... '
..... .......
DtTaOIT.IUCaIGAX......__rMr_ 1
Floridarrsaifcy
death i Fertilizer Works ... Jackson hill, I

..

t -CHEVROLETBird
J .
Btt sear BITPtr CO.
Jlrmoute
\ *r steer l*<*4 warekeose

It.Mass.Jr.,urs"bosse.

aiB.'m rrrVk.MVvr2L .WJ iFERTILIZE'tS.alawiaaaatralr Chevrolet Company



-v Phone 98 Homestead Fh: IPage

\

aseg



.' r It .n 1;: '.{.f. I" Rjt ; 'h 'i


Friday December 20; 1935. >t.. -. -THE LEADER.'ENTERPRISE Pot 'I'hree


., DADE TO RECEIVE Indian Concert Chief Here to Give Friday ':L'Worship E. Church Service to Hold Sunday" i I. '' 1 j;


. $45,416; SCHOOL Chier1 Saver Tongue of the I I 100 IN POSITIONS? ;.

Hoopa Indian tribe of northern A Christmas worship service. I II
1 AID IN FEW DAYS California Will appear In concertat will be held in the lienwetead I
7'JO! p. m. this evening at the Methodist Church at 11 o'oloct{, Yes--but
Neva King Cooper School audi- Sunday) morning when the follow I. '
torium under the auspices of the log program will be given: I
I $500,000 Pre Christmas Homestead Methodist choir. Mrs Prelude i I Are YOU prepared to accept a secretarial h
Distribution Being Jm n Webster will be accompanist Hymn "0 Come AU Ye Taith-
Made by State fur-Congregation, position-the position of today that bring* f
The chief who Is said to be the Apoitle'l treed
greater responsibility and larger income tomorrow *
, Tallahassee, Dec. 10 The most noted Indian tenor in the Prayer -pastor; response "In I
schools of Dad County will twe world will appear In full. Indian cline Thy Ear"-choir. ?
lv, .5,415.4 from the halt- chief regalia, A free-, will offerIng Octet, Thou Child of Glory"
'IJ! million dollar pre-ChrUlmu school win be taken. Th* fount -Mrs. Lulu Itunelwhite, Mra.Lewi .
distribution notice of which was people ot the church will act as *.Brandenburg, H L. Brown Watch the demands of business select the
received by local ichool officials ushers. Dave Williams, Chaa Clinton
'J today from the state board. I Th program, will be divided In' Stanley Wittkop Mrs Ivan Moser highest qualified person. Why is that'personnot
The distribution announced by four groups, and It will !consist of Mrs. Mary Webb. YOU? ;
Governor Snotty Comptroller J. the following: "By th Water* of PAlm 19; special "Gloria Patrl" j. ., ,
1 K Let and State Superintendent Mlanetonlu", Ueursne; Trees", by choir. '. '
" W. & Cawthon in.Tallahassee'yes- ,Rasbachj "Horn on .th* Range", Scripture lesson'-Luke 21-20. New term begins January 6 '
8 terdayi brings the total state aid I Quicn "Annl Laurie", Scott, ,, 'Announcements.Offertory .
", for schools this term up to $1,173- "!Sun His Call", "Ah Sweet Mystery ; response, "Grant Thy
i 160. more than double the state of Lit*", Herbert; Old Faith Blessing"-choir* Courses and terms can be arranged 1:
' aid granted the ,schools before ,ful"; "Wagon Wheel"; "That Anthem "The Song In the Air I :
Christmas hit year, which wu Wonderful Mother of Mine", God' -choir.
l'' $$388,893. win; "Indian .Love Call", friml; Message, "AndIt Cam to PtwaHymn "I j
The J1a It 1II1I11on dollar dlstrK "Because." DKardelot; 'Lullaby", .... tol. Homestead Business College, ,
button Included $100.000 transfer Brahms; 'UnMl Tomorrow; "Holy "Joy to the
red from the motor vehicle expense City", "Evening Prayer" I congregation. J
fund, representing economic and "Chief Silver Tongue ii a graduate Benediction,response, world"--I 2nd Floor Home Bid*.
savings In the administration of I of the University Oregon den Amen" by choir '
the motor vehicle department; raid the Rev. A. A. Koestline In an I The choir Is directed I' ,
$150,000 from the general nounclng the program I Lyon Mrs J. D. Redd is pianist I ..
nue fund, representing reve-I --------c = :
collection under Comptroller 1
I direction and economies In state
I
; governmental expenditures; and
1250.000 from the sale of tags I
The distribution Is In line with
the publicly expressed pollens of 2/
Governor Sholti and Comptroller
Lee that every effort of the state I
government be directed to making I
unable a minimum of $9-
000,000 of state aid for the schools I

this year possible.and 10500000.The schools if humanly received -- : FROM THE B1G CHRISimflS STORES

$3,487,924 state aid last
term


J. B. Cloningerv 75, Dies 'S"DEPT. STORE

.4ftec 5Wee Illness L, '" '., .' .
., t
,
J. L:Clonlnger died at the home NEXT TO rosrwncrLOSNER'S
Of his son and. daughter-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clonlnger In
STORE.
florida City yesterday morning DEPT. .
after a five-week Illness. He was.
TJ rears old. k NEXT TO McOlOaT! ARCADE'
Funeral arrangements which
will be under the direction of -MEAN MORE. We can: give -you the best vafue for your' money because of our double buying

tot Turner ben Funeral, Home,' have not power and our 25 yeatsI' ex erle.ce. Let us solve your gift problems.

t **Mr :::r'UiVIft4 by IIi

Wife Hattie of Decatur, Tenn.; .
GIVE HER Knee GIVE HIM
two sons, Oscar ot Florida City Length:
and Ben of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
two listen, Mrs Mary Stanford Bridge Sets and $1' & Seta or Ties and to
6f Madlaonvllle, Tenn., and Mrs Linen Tablecloths X 3.50 Handkerchiefs 75C $1
Full Fashioned U
Bell Klnaer of Knoxvllle Tenn

and three grandchildren, f. B, L: SILK HOSE ............:... .:. tJ0Handkerchiefs .
t Q., Jr, and Ronnie Clonlnger an Boxed 25 C to 75 C Boxed

of Florida City HandkerchiefsBED" 25Cto.$1

SHOE; $ -
r .
AMAZINGNEW I SPREADS

Silk .................................... 1,00 Our specialty Is to d.r s.. ttiq Silk 50C to'97C

tom.TIES ..... ... .
whole in shoes that
family
SPREADS, to
CAR 195 2.47 bine style and comrort. We -
Candlewick......: carry PAJAMAS td .69

weD-known brands carefully ae- a fine gift .... 1.25 1-

FOR: .6.40 Ded IIEE7$ .- 79G. to 1.29'. I lected for style and price :

' 60 economical SHIRTS te 97cBLANKETS'
that already owners 59C
; front ecat to sass are npocttBf .79 CHILDREN'S Fast Color...

reoord to nMuUns the tWkn; eeoaoraY18muse or gasnllmr to Hyde 14 .Part wool :.... ...... ........... L.rShoes .............. 97C'to 2:47
t big, pew, nulMiHMTlnf Dodge lato ;
*. prtoM ma tower than hut STARTS .23
non
' MM. alMMMXO.lbtprloeU SILK UNDERWEAR;.step-IDa.. tl
.y ;. petntt. Mora luxuriously LADIES'SPORT wrinkle collar ........ .., .
-M:
slips,dance sets 1,47102.47 ; .
appointed than ever before .
29CtAJ 1 Oxfords ....
Kcffert More spAdoiw _'; the tae gowns j '
pajalllAe
,
' th4 naiad
auto editors. and fMhlooSMitboilUea .
lets 1&IJMd' the Sport :

Beauty, Wtaofr"new Dodge of IWi I* now, this.mtBUtotnt 'DRESSES, ,a' ''good selection LADIES' STREET Wear, black. TROUSERS.. 1.25.lo.9A7
only a few dollars more than for Christmas .95 brown or white r97
lowest-priced ears. See and *41 "l.t 4 1.67to2
tbla new Dodge today. 8eth Gifts ....... ......-x.- cornlnation........... I .Dr.Ames' C1Suede.'Jackets
economy teat. Plod out for youraelt .25Hate
why owners are Munng Hurls UNDERWEAR ....... ..
ear_actually oosta less to own than. with j.93!
maa lowest-priced oompetltlte ou* y. LADIES' ARCH .91to .91
tt'metcli .... ...... -... is .1 2 r
: Support Shoes ... Dr. Antes
15C aid25C95.
1 ''Coauand Swagger ?$A UP, SILK nOSE

DRB.E.GATLJNDentist 1 ;

brownc ;
r
I : __

Office in HansmanBldg. i nOSE: We tarry too famous 'IEN'S FORTUNE SHOES, SWEATERS Lumberjacks cot-1

Gold Stripe to exclusive style and 4toni, wool and Jo
79C $1 $4.00. 97C Q.9aSilk
Phone SSMOMESSTAD. i I Hose ,. quality ...............-..__...nn leather -.-.- -__--_

.n.o.m" I open eveMiMQS UNTIL CHRISTMAS

'. I



... .
\. \ "II' .....,,.erYaa.,.+'.naNigitg''



.
.. ...... ,. .- .. .,.,.-...- .... _. ... ..:.. '
"' ,'" "'", I' ,
>[ f> < ..







a..ftml'. THE LFADEJUENTEBPRISE. '. );. Friday, Dgegmber.20,1985, ,
'.'\. r- .


HE rabtielea LEADER-ENTERPRISE Fridays at Homo. I .. 'THE IIBIUQUAN'S CORNER I CHRISTMAS TURKEY DINNERr I

.... ru.. lit the Some .lade DT MR* U L BOW. USBAIUAVUouJtr 50c

Publishing c.. I THE REDLAND CAFE '

tanadai souse Christmas CsroT by: M... Wiggles)
MEN: ARCHER '.Editor ..We.d.awaw, ; .r"-: p. aswh. and that Christmas deaden Charles MRS A. NABOBS, ID
,
t-l' t5-4. "-wi Dickens Christmas Carol". In
Entered aa second cl M mail + \ :
many families that Is read every
:
alter March 5, 112 at the post One of the popular book of the Christmas Eve as a part of the
Renee at Homestead, Florida under I" by William Sea. And
day Ia "Mrtu Christmas ritual and festivity
the Mi of March 2. 117*. I
brook. This WM tint published after you read this story aloud to

a* a serial in Atlantic Monthly W* the family gather them all together,
t' SC$. rUCC. '2." A TEAR I and sing that hymn written by; ,
... have, the magaalne aerial eomp te Philips Brooks X) Little Town of,I 1-

CHRISTMAS but not the book. In the Reader-* Bethlehem. Try for a few moments -, lM1
Digest for December we find s to forget an the giving and!
Christmas means more than scarlet condensation the book. It uhot' ro lvng of material,gifts and devote -I
: bow w< a little time to the spiritualmeaning
fiction It If bit fact. It
: every
Than' holly and Uoseled tree: of Christmas

.:,.t hriatraaRldieyr::ynrore' than tans' mend 14! a pretty to'everybody good book and la this I'tIOInf prs, And dont forget VanByke'si TO YOUand
dies siWwCjhristmas '
.11 ant time l ii a. food time to read IV, "The First Christmas Tree1 ',
means more to me; '
It: might /help tome folk to readIt Merry Christmas to you. and.
purlstmat rIII.l' Hope that with before yiey make berry at the j :yours! to your farhily and to:everyone.. in the

i Him "WM (torn. Christmas _lOlL Read it, then' Beln goods a heap, night bettah Redland District we wish a eify'Chrl.tmas
sit down and think It with
; And Courage to live etch day, > put dan dallyln'I roun' wid .In,
Christmas means Faith by time William Seabrook. Mr Seabrook An der ain't nobody roun' dat and a Happy New Year. :
II about
only fifty years old but
unworn, knows It mo1,
I:
Love he has gained much wisdom He I tlnk tweeter
Christmas means alway' But dat 'ligton's wen.
, -Mary Ferrell Dickinson. says he hyd (pent.most of hit time It kind '0 mixes: in ,
1 running .wtr from himself. H. I Wid little Christmas basket at i iI
a
: 1' Kansans Due to Arrive baa been publicized w an "explor. I the do'. I{ TEXACO SERVICE STATION
er", a "trawler" and an "adven I
I i In Homestead Tuesday turer," but always and everywherehe --Paul Laurence bunbar.I GOODRICH TIRES

j -- was trying to run away. After I I '
; Y (Continued From Page One) reading the story and a few of I \ 'I Don Talbott, Prop. S. Krome'ai 4th St.

the Tropical MofcKey Jungle on the things :Mr. Seabrook says about Areme Circus Spends I
himself It teems to me he had tol| Most of Receipts Here'
; Halnlin Drive and at a typicalgrow I
I run away good many times from
feast of fruit will start
for a ,
a to
good things
many a good many
i i (Continued from Page One)
ttw day. Continuing, the motorcade places to TWO himself. He
; will wind"' through South thought he was running away from kerosene $5; payroll\ $8460;
; himself bat he was only trying to! Areme Club (tS.%), $M)65 Total
Alhpottah Gardens and then via
expenditures Including payroll.
y find hill real veil He took to
1 the Cutler highway to Coconut various and divers rosin, but finally $333.83. Total receipts $3379

Crow where the car.will be park- he seems to have Benched his There were no "carnival" concessions I e
,i ? ed at the Pan American Airways goal Meanwhile he baa made at with the circus other than

i terminal. There the boys will east one great discovery a hot dog stand. The circus, albeit I Good Cheer
Now a small ONt, was bona fide !
here la another book gift'rom
transfer to busses for a sightseeing I
the Junior Woman's Club and some of the acts Inside Its
+,4 t tour of Miami, Miami Beach three rings were practically duplications a
Just In time for the Christmas vacation : two words of giret-
f. and Coral Cables, with visit to TIn
a of performances teen In
reading. Entitled:
"Gypsy, ,- Merry Christmas
:\ the Hialeah race track 'ndh..
the Rlngling eircua'whlch recently
Flight, it U mystery story for,
-have behind them all our
t Miami aquarium. A picnic lunch i visited Miami. There was A sideshow
girls written by the old favorite,
1'1 will be eaten In Matheson Park. ,r, Roy J I "a and some "Hawaiian" dancIng AllMarry good wishes for :your future
say mystery
} The schedule will be planned I t story ;:girls* because that is the, none of which was any wone and our gratitude to' or patrons -
1 ao the boys will be back at the I tub-title printed on the book jacket than has been shown on the local and clients '1'0'all, a
I Pan American terminal to watch, but at the Snell books are Just movie screen-and the dancers had i Ch 'hfrn..nd ,
the arrival of one of the clipper j aa popular with the boys as with on more clothes than are generallyworn New Year. /:"' +
( } planes Cuba. Afterward I the girls I believe the girls win, by movie dancersIn .
goo
they will the Pan AIft.neaal have tome difficulty catching the; regard so sponsoring per-
dining room or some other Miami I buck at home. It it an airplane'! formances at Mr English's theatre
dining place for dinner. story too. Rosemary Sample .. members of the Areme /.Club recalled ,

," The board of directors ,of the I stewardess on a transcontinental that a benefit show at the.Semlnole A.
'ItaHatainuttkt Chamber.ef Con plan* M yooJuww there I* Bjejrtfof ti few years' ago netted : M..BYROM, '
mere M >oCta1 meeting J.IoD.i dvedturk.: think of tt fn*** th* club only $8.50. '! t. "

slay afternoon voted to give $TS and airplanes all mixed up In one, The Seminole Theatre which Insist -
\I;' toward entertainment of the 42! story to fur+liab mystery that drctues pay $100 a day, AGENT STANDARD OIL CO.
f Future farmers from the suburbs. Dotit forget to readrThe! _Bird'a, i*charged a license" of only Its "
'.,, ef Kaneas City,and sent a commit It .
a year Years ago (was many -', Homestead < Florida
tee comptyeO-ot O B. Parker and i iI in Hointsteatflvlfl be {irepafett by'' times that amount with rate based ? ,
I J D. Redo to a meeting of the' the Homestead Future Farmer ID seating capacity .. it Is In other
'. Miami Chamber of Commerce that I mothers. George WakefleU. .. ..: communities, but Mr. English fi-
night to Mek the co-operation ot' wiser of the local chapter .. In I, nally declined to pay more than'as
that organisation.( The result was charge of entertainment plans. $ and the rate was changed to
that a foist delegation from the Mayor Preston a Bird is In comply with what he was willing
' two chambers Tuesday obtained 1 I charge of plans for the motorcade to pay:
;'I an appropriation of 9150 toward through the Redland District and
( the entertainment fund from the I I to Miami Thursday He asks that
r'' Dude County commissioners: Then alL automobile owners who can
Homestead Rotary Cub Wednesday give the services of themselves and

, ; voted $1) toward the cause I I their can for that day get in touch R
;i Meals served at die clubhouse with him as soon as possible






f




j r TIERS comes the yule Fog to light and warm


,. w. .. the homes aymbol Christmas which

.
lights and ;warms: the heart of mankind-


throughout t e world. As the rush of business
t. *"*** .
comes* to a close, while we bstrve'this happiest -

of happy days the members of this

.
? '- "
"organization wish to extend to their friends"
Silent .,. ,, _
Night -\ 1"" r -'-w H" ;
.,
., >"'iI" t. fVMt'* .( and to all, sincere greetings for the happiest ,

MAY peace. and Joy be with us all: "< : holidays they have ever known.

.
''" *""*"**w* .
'
Mcrry Chri s tm asc '. tt. ,
'''' V' .. r" .... ,.." : \,, '
; ,i 10 ..
h It I '., II" ;.f BROOKER LUMBER CO.r ..

t, HeeaesteaJU Fla

., l
TEKILGORESEEDCO.


r Phonl'63' Homestead>; Fla. ,

AIJer1JChritlna.to! All
., '"

"a M .., s...u 2' ua. ..Jt .a I A oil. 1Pa \' .:. ., ." > .

.. 7''':



_______ _..,J. ._._ _



"u !lIda ''De'tembel'$ .' 20,1995.., THE'LiAD6 .ENTLTt 't.tgEr .. .. Pace t. Nine I I


stamp tie> procumdT 1 nttiils across their facet as wen I Q. tf potato are toM tn bulk: f fI
Synopsis of Potato Act Is Given
II A From the collector: of internal as numerals representing the day, and stored for subsequent packing II

In Question and Answer Form revenue, hU tamp deputy or I month and year on which they I I and resale. how are the stamp to I
from any United States post oflto*' were affixed Such welting should be; attached?

Q. Where can Ux-exemjAien he done wife ink or inMWc pe .- A. At Uw Urns of the tint sale }
Ihe following information hat (a)the tint sale of potatoes after stamp be obtained* Ml. and en should ft*taken not the Miter should deliver nil1i>'tent

been compiled by; the collector of harvest or (b) upon a change In A. Only from the United States to obliterate the denomination of tax-payment Mdt<< tax-ewmp-

internal revenue Jacksonville, the form of the potatoes before the department agriculture:: .., through the Stamps .1 tlon stwps to fMtNmt the UM on I

Florida. U Is Intended to serve, first sale (See below) local county *gent*. Q. When a container has been all of &ne potatoes to the purchaser
.a. brief synopsis of the provisions Q Doe ( ) above with The will hold auch
a mean that Q. Doe a tomminlon broker, emptied, what to to be done purchaser
of the potato act and, it Is the producer pays the tax merchant, storekeeper or consumer the cancelled stamps affixed to.lt? stamps In bit possession until they )I'

)revet!, includes answer to those: A. Ye*. The tint eale after the have to pay any tax on potato A. They should be completely; are withdrawn from storage, pack j

question which would ordinarily I harvest would necessarily be made **? destroyed In such manner a* to aged and sold at which time theIContlnmd 1

Muse in everyday experience. AO' by the producer He (producer.seller *' A. No. At least not directly render their ruse impossible.r on Los. Slxte-.a) t

question and answer should be I ) it held liable for the tax I He is only required to be certain ----- !

read thoroughly I Q. What Is the meaning of (b) that the potatoes he buys are en (

Q. What commodities are above I closed In container to which tax- j

fected? ai-I A. A "change in farm means' payment or tax-exemption tamps
A. Irish or white potatoes cooking or preparing tome other I are affixed. In the ease of the

Sweet potatoes are not : manner This applies to a hotel' consumer (housewife), the should

Q. What I* the amount of the i restaurant, boarding house etc,; ascertain whether the potatoes
tax? which operate Its own farm or I the buys were taken from a crate
A. Three-fourth of one tent 1 garden and use the potatoes (It: or other container properly stamp

per pound* I raise on its menu In such ease: ed An Inquiry and an affirmative
Q. What potatoes are taxable? the tax attaches upon the "change i answer by the store clerk will suf-
A. Only those which were bah la form" taking place because ice. No' stamps are required to
I IUU.
vested on or after December 1, there I* no "tint sals". A potato be. attached to tile paper bag In r

I chip manufacturer who uses" 'potatoes whJchrelaU purchases of potatoesare

Q. I* there any requirement that he raise himself would also. Helivered. to her by the Storekeeper -.
potatoes harvested prior to Dee. fall in this category '

1. 1S1J shall be identified IK some Q. How I* the tax payable "Q Is' there any required type

manner to indicate their tax-ex A. It t* payable by; i potato tax of'ate* of container? !
empt status? payment stamp which are Issued .
A. Nos Potatoes be sold
A.:No. .Identification I* only in aU denomination In the case nay I \
'In crate hamper, basket barrel,
required In respect of potatoes .f "first Mies the seller (prodtlfer \
box, bal..Nck, or any other form:
harvested on or after that date; ) is required-to attach such
of jtmtainer R I* not j
JO. Are person now holding stamp, the face amount of whichIt. rt4':1onq..ftQutrernent A Mere .
have definite capacity appropriate
stocks of "old" 1 any
potato required equivalent .to -the amount of '
Is that It must C6MStran .
'to submit any kind of "report? tax due, to the outside of the container
A. No report is required. in which the potatoes sittold. be possible Attach ttamp on the' yrtstat cannot
outside of the container:: in clear'I be Ibeagkt .&.
Q. Are there other exemptions W the case of a "change inform I j
vttrar, and to Its
Indicate on -
exterior Easy terns
from the tax? .befo..t1rat sale"; tax ,
tW net Weight'of the I
A. Ye. ,They are a* follow*: stamps, equivalent,to the amount therein./ potato can be arraawetl.HOMESTEAD .
(1) Potatoes 'Co'nsumed.1n ,the of tax due are required be affixed contained I I
How be affixedto
household of the producer to a return form which cap Q.' are, sumps W. unease Shire
by .his.family, be secured from the collector of a burlap tack or bag containing tb. federal

(2) Potatoes equivalent to the. internal! revenue. This return is .potatoes? Heaelag Admin.mratea '
They be
should
allotment'Made by the department required to be filed with the collector pasted on a PIa.
shipping tag fastened securely to
of agriculture on before the end of the next
the bag. The net weight of the
the basis of previous pro- month. For example a return
content oleo be stated on theta
duction. Tax exemption covering all potatoes "changed in may
,. ot stamped on the sack In such
stamp for such potatoes form" during the month: of De-

art issued only by the department cember' 1935 required to be-filed manner. Q. DOM at to the be clear eve legible to do NORGE. SHOP
of agriculture and on or before January 31, 1BS..
r than affix the
not by the collector of Internal -, Q. Where an allotment ha been stamp anything to the more container It SOUTH KKOME: AVKNttC:
revenue. granted to a producer by the department
A. Yes. The an to be
(3) Potatoes imported from foreign of agriculture how does stamps
cancelled Vy writing the seller's
countries and territorial he evidence that fact on the tax- : ---- ---- --
possessions of the United exempt potatoes sold by him

State In accordance with A.' He will receive taxexemption __ .. N'.
certain quota to be established tamps from the I department

by the secretary of ot ..lI'icultu.PihIcb are to be affixed -
Agriculture to container la which his

(4) Potatoes exported to foreign potatoes are sold The tax I 11 required -

countries:: provided to be paid by mean of

certain specific regulations tax-payment stamps on all potatoes -
we carried out. sold by him In excess of his .rte
Q. Who pay the tax? allotment

A. The tax attaches either upon Q. Where can tax-payment




its :- f

tl We wish

----v-


all of our .friends

,
.

To Please a



HIM )., .
"l"
Y
Merry
,
give goodTOOLS !It.


Christmasr




and a ,w.;

from ouryfStore ,


'.tI

: Happy New Year


..
....'

...


Most men are builders at heart. and when
Florida East CoastJ

they work they like good tools An ideal gift


for the man with the home workshop is to give


"hIm Borne finely tempered tool that he will cherish Fertilizer Co.


for years. Let us assist you in selection.




HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO. a '



J. G. WYNN Owner I .








4


..... '''' '': ., J ,.,,, ,



-. -......,.-. -- .- ".- .--' ....

.






THEaLFADERAENTERPSISE'U 'f '. Friday.. Dwrnber40.1S35.! .,. ( '
Pa e.r tlr '
__'. __ -----"__ .. -


nElEAKR-EKTERFRBE rublUhi-d Fridays at Horn*. ';'THE 'tiBRX CIA N'S CORNER I CHRISTMAS TURKEY DINNER

st ead. fla-, fcr the south Dad .T Una s.. U BOW. UMUUEUAXl.fltAKT 50c
y
Co. ._.._._.
.bllahIII' THE RED LAND CAFE

BOtTMHim4u Chrtetma Caror by Mr*. Wiggins
BEN ARCHER .. .EdUar MRS. A. NABOM Prop.
w.aa.a. Thumb i: : ras and tNt Christmas clawie Marks
.
Entered a* second class mall =., -ft, _. ,-, Mckem' "ChrUtmat Cwrrt". In
families that It read every
matter March 5, 1'13, at the pail many
: One at the popular book of the Christmas Eve a* a part of the
slits at Homtitead Florida, wader d"I. """, Jib" by William Sabraok. Christmas ritual and fettivjty And
the art Of Mardi t, MM.
:
Ibis was tint puUUched after you read this story aloud to

ii a aerial hi Atlantic Monthly W*: the family gather them all together
I
SlU. PRICE 'Z." A TEAK and sing that hymn written by
... have the serial
aagaiine corpsbut *
Philips Brooks, "O Little Town of I -
CHRISTMAS not the book. la the Rt der'! Bethlehem". Try for I few moment -
Digest for December we find U forget all the giving and j
Christmas mean more than scarlet condensation ol the book. It Ii Deceiving of material gifts and devote I
bow .>. Bills time IDIOM
I a
and tree hot fiction; It ii every bit fact. It spiritual
Than holly tinseled ; meaning of Christmas,
Chrittsiat'pteanshwwfs. than tan* Ii a pretty good book to mom
'dIet tgldwtt- mend to everybody and this pret#, And don't forget VanDjke'i) TO YOUand
.;f ent time Ii a. food time to read It!, The First Chrlrtma: We-
C""B tmat mean more to me;
\ tt might help Km folk* to read Merry Christmas to you
Chrtotma* mean 1" Hope that with It before fj make tatrry: at the younl to your family and to :everyone in the

'; Him WMbarn, Christmas season Read it, then Beln' good' a heap light Redland District "we'wish a Merry'Christmasand
InJ I ,
: lit down and think It out with
And Courage l to live each day, dan da1Iyln' roun' wid tin
Chrlitmai mean Faith by time WUllam Sentarook. Mr Seabrook Ali der ain't nobody.roun,' a Happy New Year.
about
It
: unworn, only fifty yean old, but knows It mo'
Christmas mean Love always he has gained much wltdom He But I tlnk dat 'ligion'i tweeter
Mary Ferrell Dickinson says he hi .pent.most of hla time It kind '0 nixes In ,

running publicized himself. He Wid a little Christmas basket 141,\I TEXACO; SERVICE STATION
has been
Kansans Due to ArriveIn M an "explor the do'.
er", a "trivetef" and an "idven-
Homestead Tuesday turer," but always and everywhere .Paul Laurence Dunbat.1 GOODRICH TIRES

s he was trying to run away. After I'
(Continued From Page One) reading the story and a few of Don Talbott, Prop. S. Krome at 4th St.

the Tropical M, hkey Jungle on the thing Mr. Seabrook says about Areme Circus Spends I
[ himself it seems to me he had to Most of Receipts Here I
f; < Hulnlin Drive and at a typical I
s
run away good many times from ,
; feast of fruit will start
for ,
grove a I
a good thing to
many a good
many
I i i (Continued From Page One)
the day. Continuing, the motorS places to FIND himself H* I I
t code will Wind through South thought hi was running away from keroaene. $S; patron *460:
himself bit he Areme Club (11%), tMl.8S. Total
was only trying to
All patt.h Gardens and then
"Ial find hit real "lf. He took to I expenditures Including payroll,
I the Cutler highway to Coconut various and divert roads, but finally $33183 Total receipt, 337J5.
j Grove where the can will be park- he seems to have reached his There wart no "carnival" con- t

) ed at the Pan American Airways ronl. Meanwhile he hat mad at ceuioni with the circus: other than
i terminal. There the boys will tenet one great discovery a hot dog itand. The circus, albeit Good Cheer
Now here U another book a small one wu bona tide,
transfer to busses for a lght-ee gift
j fl'Ollthe Junior Woman Club and tome of the art Inside Its
4 t Ing tour of Miami, Miami Beach three ring were practically duplications '
luit In time for the Christmas vs- two word of greet
and Coral Cablet, with a visit to of In THE
performance teen
c Uoa reading. Entitled:
S "Oypty -Merry Christmas
the Hialeah track and flu
race
i I flight". It .U mystery story for Ute RlngUng circus which recently .have behind them all our
Miami aquarium. A picnic lunch
vlilted Miami There wu A tide
S girls written by IM old favorite
wiU be eaten In Mathnoa Park I',( Roy J. BnelL I lay "a mystery, how and some "Hawaiian".dancing good wishes for your future

The schedule will be planned I story for flrli4 because that la the, none of which was any worse ana our gratitude to our pa-
t 80 the boys will be back at the tub-title printed on the book Jack. than has been shown on the local Irons and client To. "all, a

I Pan American terminal to watch et, but ai,the Sven book are just movie -.and the dancer had Merry; Chrlitmai and
the arrival of one of the clipper at popular with the boll M 'w tth an more clothe than are generally t .Hippy New Yeir.' J.h;
It planet torn Cuba. Afterward the girl* I believe the girl. win worn by movie dancer I
e. they will go to the Pea America have some dur.1cuttT.eatdlJJlc the ta regard to sponsoring per*
ti' dining room or lorn other Miami book it home It U an klrplan' formance at Mr. tngllih'i theatre
S dining place for dinner. itory, too ,Rosemary Sample to memben of the Amne dub recalled
"
!'S, The board of director .of the stewardess on a transcontinental that a benefit show at the
I !; '1\edIan4niltd Chamber of COIn plane M Ouknow-jheft If eta tf Setntnole: a' few yearf ago netted. A. M..BIRQM, '

y. ;: puree. a|!IOcta& Meeting Monday advedturi.r:,ttdnka*>h yp *. the club only IIM.. i
afternoon voted to give |TS and airplanes all mixed up In out The Seminole Theatre, which in-;
.', toward entertainment of the 42Future story to funlfaK rhyntery, slab that circuses pay $100 a'day, AGENT STANDARD OIL CO.
'. Farmer from the suburbs Don't forget ta read PT e.Bird' I*charged a Hcena fee of only MS .
of Kanaaa City and sent a commit a year. Yean ago'It,WII many ',Homestead Florida
.
tee compcyeS. O. D. Parker and in Hometttao lfl be p"i pa ell by time that amount with rate baaodn r .
3. D. Redo! to a meeting of the the Homestead Future Farmer seating capacity It I* In other
'
Miami Chamber of Commerce that mothera. George tIe JM ,1 communities: but Mr English fi-;
;, Bight to seek the co-operation of vIM of the local chapter, la. la nally declined to pay more than
\ that organisation. The remit was charge of entertainment plans $25 and the rate wa changed: to
'. that a ,insist delegation from the Mayor Preston B.. Bird U la comply with what he was willing
"' two chamber Tuesday obtained charge of plan for the motorcade to per
an appropriation of 1150 toward through the Redland District and
,1 the entertainment fund from the to Miami Thunday He eke that
Dade County commlailonen. TheHomestead' all automobile owners who can 1 1
: Rotary Cub Wednee- give the services of themselves and fs
: day voted $1> to,'ard the cauae their can for that day get in touch
"'I i Meals served at the clubhouse I I with him ai soon at OIslble.
.

"" 'f


:1
I

Ij j .'

f Ott
,,t ;
HERE comes the yule log to light and warm


.... .?. .. the home,,a .symbol .of Christmas which

1.. lights and ;warms the heart of mankindthroughout'tbeworld. ''

} : As the rush of I business .
., .. ""

.l Cam s" to a close, whUe we observe this hap- {,

t
JOt plest- of happy days, the members of this

.J. I ., '

Silent Nightce .. ;... .. ,... urganizatiot'wish't "'to extend! to their. friends :0..1

..:...
.....- "-- : and to all, sincere greetings for the happiest
t

MA pea and JO'fe.Vlth. us all: holidays they,have ever known. ..,"" "w

,{ .... ,' .
i Merry Christmas. "
.. .
,. .,, ;; B'RoOXElt' ', '
: ; "
". : LUMBER CO.. ..,
J. ,
BecBMtead. FU

lIE; KILGORE SEED. CO ,;, '-, ...

( :
I Plloeii 63 Homestead, JFla.V"1 '

A Merru Christmas. .to All1"1"


.. ....... ; .. ._, .. . ,,', .
.
." ,. ...- 14

r



J4
-'







. H ,,,":':" Friday, ,December 20; 19M..TIM'LFADER'ENTERPII: IM' .
a
Announcement ft Made M conimt win tit h wHl M&fleVprogrima ,;"'

I' [ Beauty Dominates Lines of New' 1936 Ford V-8 | I Of T wN&>-i Radio' Hour se"'k.&be" it.wa* aald meeting"*''Sunday".\,.. '

r I Announcement was made atSmidyi war Mayor. P. B. Bird Thoa.: E.KUKr .
A a4 E. H. OaHahorj j
mecUni of the Homestead
.,
Townsend I.
Club that :Townsend (
j GIVES FAEEWTU.: SERXOM
,
radio program can now be
Heard each Saturday evening. at The Rev. C. W Palmer, rector
7 30 over Station WTIC br. Francis I of the St. John Episcopal Church ., .
I t will preach his farewell atltrxm ,
s Townsend and the eo-found-
Sunday night at TJO o'dock. lie .
P .ir ,tf the ToHua *d Han, Robert I I has been called to a Dnytona
r CI..tnt'nta. a* wU M member I Beach! church "

,
.



j f S Dine with

,
\
,
,. .
'''
t us ont'Chirstrnas'

.1 ,vd ,. :1 a
"
.y


,,' Day




SPECIAL DINNER +
i
Make or
Cream of Chicken Soup Shrimp 0' Oyster Cocktail p +
Choir of Satada
T
Lettuce and Tom t Congealed Pineapple

Entree

Maryland Milk-fed Turkey, Chestnut Dressing +S
Broiled T-bone Steak
Fried Chicken

Choice of Two YeielaWe
Yellow'Turnlpe Fresh String Beans Garden Peas
I Mashed Potatoes Candled Yam

' Choice of Dessert and Drink 1,
fa tab attmUve Uyort of .! ear sad teeatlf weMaleW, eke new IH Feed V.| I* bW strike (Pumpkin Chiffon Pie Deep Cherry Pie, Hard Sauce
In,. la the upper hetrph : *. U sow Fenler sourly .ad.. The ||M* *f the stylist awe aw.bi..d! lee Cream with Ifomemade Cake
!. ..*** the meet UMtif MT Ford ever b Ut. Al the l.w. Ml,the MM with whisk ventilaltoa I*oa4.lMjb
'I'I" ttlwlrmtod. Al the lower eight. .....ti 1 lasts. Geed, le e. vows hera..at k s i 6.Isr k.dtlghty Ieeds with won praesf.l
swoop, mdialer with w dam, hleTtmlekeJaar. saw aedlo.r .rarest sad the d.l.ile whisk a:to make up the I REGULAR SOc DINNER
The upper pheteerapk hiap..ut tie ... ,...l whisky whlah. though 14&10141I\mw as...... ..ahoee
I $ ,us"is itA H.Misf .'- dregs 4 partls.fsrfy pwart ae ,. .' "h pMaaa Choice of Chicken at Salad Sean ,
"
.
"
Inez Taylor Dies vanced! him at "t.ntatlvr candidate Nazarene Church: Gives 1 t rt Entree
r for governor, viiited Homestead ;(Eoaal Beef, Brawn Gravy Baked Paaant Ram
In New
York Hospital Program Sunday Night
Wednesday: in company with : Raaa Breast W Veal with DreealntChetoe
-- George E.Hoiiner,editor and pub- at Two Vegetables
Word WM received her ,;thUwtek I Usher of the Fort Myera Southttut Th4 CJirlatma exercise .wilt be Brisk and Doused
4 ; of the de Uvo<,Mi*.'|nnTiyldVrJormtr Floridian, and H. C. BaUle,,Fort preeentad at the Homestead
resident.of Home- .Myert' contractor.. t. Chwc* Of the Nazarene Sunday: '
Green Lantern Restaurant
,, (stead In Bellevue hocplUt In New I Judge Ward, b>'hl early tUrtfe*, evening at 1 JO e'ctock.! _
York pty on Dec 12. Mina\ T r- U judge of two court in Lee ., The Sunday School will prevent .
lor wig taken to the topitel Dec County-the,county Court>ndlhe a pageant with special singing and .ADJOIN Q HOTEL KXDLANDtlai
I
1 suffering from oute jaundice, juvenile pours rerttaUon by the wnaller puplli. j
t cirrhosis! : of Vat liver and kldnfycompUcttioiu.
Interment Was in
New York CU,.
Mist Virgin Cameron daughter -
'
of Mr. and Mr. H. A-Cameron
of Homestead, who ia employed In
New York City, WM it her bedside .
when tM end cam! *.
fOil
Mill Taylor, a daughter of the "
late Mr and Mn E. IX Taylor:
residents of Homestead from 1(19 ikewFORDVAT
1 to 1920, ailed! her nephew, Alvah seen
Taylor, here In March.
' She 1* survived by a sister, Mrs. t
J. W. Roberts of Blakcly, Ga.I
and two brother, Dorsey Taylor
of Colqultt, O... and E. D. Taylorof
Palatka. "Set'I1 If:?lve


Tentative CandidateFor N

Governor in Town tq
driven it-! .

Judge David Elmer Ward of Fort
Myers, whose friends have adUet -

enjoyed) driving 'f -

t much!la life."
..1 car so my
I
r ....t,.. *<1
P ,

'."' : '



SACEED SY ,OVn t, M. M V4VTHCMtW : Afaf.g'ORD.Vo' BRING. TOM 1 t
F8 .

...." mOMeioift leapt Vise, tainted,wcLW-tlcellIodtw! felar.t) !
. colon tick Bcwkteriora, a 1
Wjtur
.;' WIll mwrata AND ittU owmi .uairai ..Llnir L
oral I % IMIU tf HtlN.. tttt ntuJut IM ..lIh silent. helical pn for all speed.. .l .y .r.tY.7fJ t

b .h.t. ".wlI..n rNgs s, attbgOCS tl "
Pubic'utiiiti est increased will mums ::: bestp..ano.sa.iof oil tins., $ ._. tTSQP...... 4

Ueoeeto.d Flatse ...... turll'lAMTf Iatp b+,thisgautiaaa nglti(11'III-iq.cmefptJpftal: .h i u 6'p'WO 11641"s'teyDadcrsmootbttete;, 510.IMtI, ate.w *dom.s

In "a oI olrciades. ,ptl-u, dpowcr 504A Sra 01x,+ o".,.,.. a'.+w c..AwhwJ d fwd Aiwa.!:1 :

MIW/IIIOOM! MOM H0iiiit.pcctan/b > I ..LetnirrugtiknMnas ettlodsr4] Y 0 r1 a 11011 D DB4LIJl tCat

Tile Ala-ewe.........O.t.em soh. .t.hrd.....a4, Hr,..........?..............00MIM0.........
,-, I ..1 ..



'

.- O' ._ ':"""'I :" '; i' .. .. ''t' ''''' ......:.:-""-' ___ : ,, r ,,::;: ., ,
1'1I', "t':



,
"f'.f
,...., "Ja'i of 'ifl:iTA:'i mi' 111'*J 8HT .'" ;

'
,- '
: .
Pare SIx-u.: '" THE LEADElUfiNTERPRISE Friday, December, 1935..

ed tkat' lit tktbMLM permit. IMenethm SIMPUCITT MARKS NEW I .
JfflMCEOF 1 75 W HucPfehkl be granted DODGE: RIDE tEVELATOK '

until appw.l .pair 'e** obtained Dodge engineers. a Qe'IV r li.E RM: 1-l'N S' "
=
-JNSJEADOF49 from the denial the council "rtdf. hrvetetor" tt l llmpllclty -I
OPPOSITE CITY HALL
voted accordingly- It oMrtaU of a drop
1"third and final reading was forged beat trended steel bar the We still have a full line of merchandise
IS DEMANDEDContinued given the ordinance prohibiting curved ends of whtej) an connected
riding on the running boards or to the horisontal arms of I suitable for Christmas gifts.
I other outside portions of automobile. double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers
( From Page One) ., Both riders and those In ,
P Roberta In a telegram from Paul charge of the automobile are liable. II Silver or GoldSlippers
W Potter of Vest Palm Beach to a fine of $10 each ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS'
attarney.for the Nlug ra Investment -I MEETINGTo
the stockholders of the Homey
i i knownof .
While JWle *
V Patriotism Talks Given stead Building & Loan Association.
Co.,
Investment
the*Niagara '
that Welt Palm Beachit I Py Every Rcdland LionA :
II is known Please take notice that the annual
the headquarter of J, R. Dur- meeting of the stockholder $2.49 fr
r..ace. bond peculator whom specialty short talk m patriotism was of the Homestead Building & Loan 1
I* harassing the city of given by every member of the Association will be held at the'office .' '
Homestead into allowing him spe- JRedland District Lions Club present of the Association in the City
dial Toftceision with regard to at the meeting.Tuesday nlgbtIrt of Homestead Dad County Florida ,
soiling Homestead bond to tax the Lion Den on SUver Palm' on Tuesday M 14th day of ARROW SHIRTS $1.95
pjyeri when ho content to lift drive to fill in the gap In the program -: January 1B30, at < clock p at
for the purpose of electing directors
t one or more ot his Injunction to occasioned by the Inability ofguest sod for the transaction Jest received a Ww shlanM'Dt .f
twrmlt acceptance of bond In pay- a speaker to,attend.Other I such other business as may prop.erly W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES .
; nwnt of taxes.Durrance number bit the"program, coma before the toweting
and, his assistants Included roctl selection by Mr*.' By order ot the Board of Directors 'S4U
have juit completed a check of tMcltv'a !t. 1'. Hayes of South Miami, with .
CHAS. O TURNER
book* and are prepared for piano accompaniment by Miss ,
Secy and Trea AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER: ITEMS
Elder of South Miami.
France
l tome new move, it I Ia generally 'Dated Dec 20, 1935 I
conceded-; Miss Elder lira played a piano solo, --

The city muit file an ,aniwer Mr* C. A. CoX won the painting
to the writ of mandamus on January given the club by Newton Merrill,
7 before Judge Paul D. Barn the artist for a prize 'contest for '
'c
The council voted to advertisethe the benefit of the club building ; "tkrt ; 1 11rtsb
1932 delinquent tax lilt on the fund. Buckner Beasley, chairmanof
advice of the city attorney thutIt the contest committee announced -
would be unsafe legally to permit hat $48.90 had been realized
the accumulation of unadver- for the club.T. .
Used 1MJ) fur another year. G Kirby, treasurer of the %}ki &'ttpt3?i.M1 f
1 The commute appointed to investigate I Christmas Cheer committee, made
the election of gasoline I" report of funds contributed ,
{ storage tanks at Kiotne avenue The! next meeting of the Lions
and S. W Third street recommend I Club will be held ort December 30
r. F

SY .- '.

GIDAIRESEE

Our beSt wishesti ,
'1'/R. very "V., ,

for '
av. IT NOW! \
v
/
.'
: ''' ,
At
Merry thristmas I
F t : .. ,- .. .
Take. advantage t 'O"\'TI';I .? ;"" :'ff I 1
.
fill anda '
.-' .. -, Santa Special Christmas Offer

; Happy New Year to, make this the finest .'. -

Christmas of all

'"( : :> ".i. .;.., ; : I : I.ti ,.",", ". ,_

CENTRAL SERVICE.r .Male: thia the happiest Christmas of bet ,,

life. Girt her the gtnahr Ftigidaire.There ." .

'STATION is no fifltr'gift or:ons that can mean-IO' .
I
G. W. DRIGGERS Prop. much to her io to many ways During .

i yean of service her rigidsire will be' a"" ,

wt. proud possession Daily. the will delight. ..

i in its beauty, convenience, protcoioa and .:'a

economy ,We have made it easy .for ,

you to give this perfect gift, Special .
'
eft zfjfJn i'e.; j : Christmas: -, terms have been arranged.:

t "' ,Come Inslow.. You make' no mistake '.
Only a .
when choose a Prices' .
you Frigidaire. are
pure RIRIS kERB T liME
j FRIGIDAIREbat
remarkably' low.. And economies that are, J

I ... ALL theftfeaturts possible with a Frigldaire make It *,gift .
Po home for the holidays; It jog cam The cUsp .f a .

weleomlog hand, 1M wont 'Or friendly Tolce,,ar j r that pays for itself!le .. :

: 7tft* .f hspplttts that oobo y *oo 14 fore| 5 5i j .
,
i Time or distance,however,May-prevent year*IMIng > Super freezer '. .. .;;' "4., > :

-* few close friend and nlatlrw whoa you, '.*W t.
UU (a tee. Then alt yea' Mri to do, M >aaj) Hjrdratot '

rolls ,learned, 1* to let."long df.daare" bring y-) NO A SMMtfut MrilM til. : :: ,
.Automatic MONEYDOWN ne&Ui. ......w, .
Tray w
and your friend iogvticr for a Tolce-te-rolce.... sIt KeleaM '........'!Pdt........ .:: u!. ,

.t.. doesn't otter whether: yon call en Caiishn**) so sacs'Cerl.r.s, ..- ;
'
t
t Day or sot, yo will both get a real thrill from yoofl. e Automatic. Reset 9 TOON to .yc WWW t MMMM4, : :
Defrosting liar fc.isi.kl fce cares so .
.
.t ttlephooe- visit any time during the holiday:heato*.. .pwr'... ,
+ .Automuk Interior'-o
.. The pleasure y" will experience from your rtslU ; '
j
tty WlrpJioo b not cxpeiuh :Fed simple, by veins Light :

j l tatloa-to SUtlo'\service after f P, hie yon CM talk:! 'e Light Bulb Economy : ,

t... ),'f..n for-about $0 eenti.asyl'ether distance.tea e Plenty of Bottle FRIG'ID'AI"' .

J feuntlarly low cost. "' $P c. "",,' ..

:t Your "long dlsUiK.operator' will be$ pleased to ; The General Molt Refrigerator '

Inform you about rates to any point and ,help Makajva "
; ,' 'a holidays pleasant by ulck connections U.
t filing .

L :;'o1I1J'i.... $.1.(0 dig loa 1rU to Greet;\. *,*\' ,! ', ., : HOMES1EAD FURNfTURE ;


ELL TILEFHWC.AND TfLMMUm CO. ,. "
.*.......?.. TELEPHONE
I
i .4... IIIIiI U'



__
1

Now


i

Friday December 20, 1935. THE ENTERPRISE Page sevens '.I

Trinity Methodist mas party at the Skill home. The mg lar meeting W Dade !
i
: The tenderfoot scouts reClHH County Council of CM Scouts
-
Team Plays Walton instructions on fire making EUi- was moved to Dec. because the ,
abeth Skill wa bottesi Mary\ eguUr meeting conflicted with
Nurseries / :O Koo i* to by ni athosee.a. I I the! Christmas holidays.Yuletide .
4 _' I

iBrooker and Walton ight'l .<
: I ;
f Monday Night in
;e f' Game of Half 1N I \i

.
:N: Tonight at 8 p m. In the Homestead 'I
< gym the Wilton Nurseries I .
) basketball team win play team
from the Trinity Methodist ChurchIn '
Miami. Trinity. tied wIthWe.tmln.te. Greetings
t! Presbyterian of Mi $
ami for tint place on the Y.M-CA.
Church League ,
'.' Monday at 8 p. m. Walton will Merry t .', : \
play Brooker. Lumber Co. I
'final game ct lead first half between Christmas s
\:the two team, If Brooker wins. K '
the two teams will be tied for the .. ."
\tint-half pennant and a play-of We all said Bort
hare Voyage'to
will be neo aaary, but !If "WJHton.vint
the first half will be over .', '" { ftnnloacls of gifts.'.". TK&} 5
] i'la the second: game, W. D* Horne carolers are awake and,
Co. will play P J Franklin, Iiic. '. r
:! : break into The
;.to decide who will lay claim to the ..... song i
cellar position. h:' E wish to extend our most Christmas court is being'open
W d and Christmas
t In the tint g4me Wednesday II'
-.. might Breaker '-won-.from Home, sincere i good:wishes to our I is here the happiest day

- until 00 to the 38, la last a three game minutes that was, when dose /,, I : :.en 'V'r Wnsr n aM rVttt *ahysstrangers I throughout the year.

:Ed Brooker made four baskets Inlucccislon. For this day of all days the
y ,
Walton, playing with ,that may be within our ;'f. ;, members of organization
our -
only four men'irf the last half of Christmas
the game barely held Its margin gates at time. want tq have part in the
'fever Franklin to win 82-30 In theecond happiness, the gaiety and

game the joy. To all we say .
Ed Brooker was high core man I
%f the night, with nine field ,oall. SOILADE Inc. I "Merry a very Merry
Bradley of Horne made seven and Christmas" and sincere
McCormick of Franklin madefive -' ', I thanks to you for makingours
field goals and two free throws Phone. 27 Homestead
Tolson of Brooker, Brenner of I a merry one too.
Borne Field and Wynn of Walton r
and Laird of Franklin played .
J'J best defensively I ,


Delray High Wins SOUTH DADE


FrOmHJLSJnFastGame FARMS, Inc. .

at Local Gym >,'* '
Homestead Florida *

: Delray Beach High School won 'f ,""'t"' : ,'j. "I......... '
..; '
j
from the Homestead High School "1 "
basketball team Tuesday 11I"at' >
the local gym, IB-IT. Homestead
ld at the halt 10.I.but could not ,", -., i i'u.t.
I
keep up the point-making pace, :;

caged and Hollenbeck four field goal Defray I1n the center.second ,l', '..., ..
halt to put his team in the lead. 4 1 t
He made six field goal altogether CAROL c| joy,and thanksgiving :
Rohrer,., speedy Homestead I A ,
guard, made four field goals, and a + jjng of verenti

Hackler made two. love filled with hope and glad tfd- .
"."m.........-..........._-_................ ... V"ems
GIRL SCOUT.Ih1EWS ings".is the\6bn *!sing toalj Iiii'"..,r'.,, I
I
B/.JWury) Arthnr Scribe wisliing then FerrylChri ft'i4s.r .
..........--?'............w.wMx" ( "
.ir.nk Skill held wgyrrpruMMte tb..meetIng .. ; ,, ..;,1:, 'f .. + I'yywr
of Dec 17, 1933, at her home A. ... ,;;" "-: 'MdA "
B. SLAGLE I + + '
+e t yrra '
Mrs Dorothy Donnel, local dil'C.tor
tor the Dade County ounci1came J a.. .. .., ,' ... '.. .. fI .t- "
Euaday\imd took PictureTelour y' .._.. ...-.. RedUn 4 JMrtrH".\ &. ,,.' >, "
,
archery/ class for a Miami Life Insurance "
State Company'4l .
| I '
paper. ', r
.
f .1 4 I I
We ire to have *n-.vernlht "* of Ind Indianapolis .
camp af the Skill home:. Fllday : ,: I J .. \ \
night Elizabeth Mcllwaln I* to '. ) i .... d, .
prepare the one-pot meal for the :. ., 1
"'. ... __ ..N .. : .'
camp. ; .
'J'1
.
'
and ..
Virginia Doney Elizabeth I .
Mcllwaln are to have the Christ I II

.. .. I \
"
"
,
:" ,

,
'' '
., '
"
,' A

-, \ -:: err v Christmas'
.. ''' 1 .
.. .
',"' ; : ;. .
" J.v : Merry t' ("!IM are on their way, carried on' tW)
... .. .. V-J ,wings of friendship and love .

Wreaths are hung and tandle lighted .
,.. Christmas I II : Business doors swing! abut and mankindj'

I turns homeward for gaiety, happiness peace
;.. ;/ ;':We pause to thank, all for their 1

'1 As Yuletide draws near,we. again wish you a Merry Christmasand \ patronage so generously bestowed this year.rvery .

';', : a prosperous New Year. And we thank you for the confidence I > member this film joins In to extend

hown through the past year.II! In 193( ,we will continue to serve 1 Joi'oUs greeting of the season" wishing. you ,

'. .. this community unselfishly and with the same tactful sympathy. ,. 1'.:and T !,r;:. yours" ',, "Merry"... I ,Christmas.

r L. _, : .,. ., '" n'.... f'..''


',:" .. Turner FuneraLHomer: ) : : ;': i i Bee Dee.Supply' 'Co. ", .

i"' Homestead Florida
1 i
I .' .



.. -



rk
y "., .s..yw.. ---. ,... .-.--....-..........--.-.-.r .....-- -11". wn ''"".yf.ai s"t



Iatts Efail THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday December ffi 1996..OPEN ,
.

.

:. THESE

',TILL PRICES

' 9 p 1\1. GOOD
'
I 'I'Ia
XMAS THROUGH -

EYE h. XMAS


? ., Rum and ButterCOFFEE
Beech Nut English
Chocolate Covered Kins' Finer Mixed Chocolate CoveredMINTS
: CHERRIES'CANDIES TOFFEEJb.30

.....
nK ruIt4 I-lb. pkg.-Z'C

: ''Conqueror' I-lb. pkg.33c 2-----ZSC 1lb.pkg.25C
We Have All Kinds of
PUMPKIN FLOUR Any Brand *** '** 1'C Fruit Cake Ingredients
CAKE NOODLES
33c :
.
.
' : No.27z can-loG pk. Mb.ok* Reasonably Priced.

'? ; ..::;i, Old TimeMINCEHEAT COCONUT' Yell, can w'Iabel IOCCBOCOLATE Tomato t Ketchup 14-oz.2 for bot. Z S.C Order Your

" r.Baker's age Corn Flakes K2eK' 1:5": Turkeys and Chickens:
: From Uspk
%0 -
.----- c
lIenhey's For Cocktaillt .
,, ,..-- Spray COCOA 1-lb.u. :14cI5c SHRIMP 2 cans".ScOCtan Putman'sGRAFE

CRANBERRY SAUCE SUGAR' "Town kgg.4-X : Asparagus Tips NatnnJ.2 Cans 25c JUICE I

Eli .:[ Del Monte qt.Z5cHrinz'Date
cati ----
Date Coffee; f lb..borDz1c PEAS No.2 Can J:8e:
t ,Plum or FigPUDDING ,_ Heinz
{ DATES fie),, 17c DOG FOOD hall can( St MODEL TRUCKS

tn 1.can--30 ONIONS l Yellow 3 lbs."** lie SWEET CIDER '/,gal. 35 each-r--35fC

.
2 Ib,can 5 Ib,can
PECANS, lb. Z%c KITCHEN TESTED" FitunoCAKE, 1.853.85: :

GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Plantation 2 Ib.can 5 Ib can
ALMONDS Ib. 34c
FRUIT CAKE :l.PEANUTS. Z.50
24lb., bag only $1.29:
BRAZIL NUTS lb. 19c
FREE-with each bag-FREE lb. :l.Oc

, ENGLISH WALNUTS lb. Certified $1.25 Value Salad Service Set
t Z5c CHRISTMAS TREES, SOC Up

i f libby' Sweet Mixed Large Fancy ;: -. 2 bunches for Country lb. Health Club
PICKLES CELERY--------25c ROLL U'ITER---35c. BAKING( POWDER

t 24-o7..jar-- 21c APPLES York Imperial--Cooking----___23C"" SLICED BACON, lb.-35c IIt.can----lec

SPECIAL WMNIPENWNW lbsAny Cut Georgia Bet lb. Canada Dry
C4MAZOLA" Fancy 2 STEAKS--r r r r-- 1 c
: WINF AP APPLES GINGER ALE.
j Pint Center Cuts Ib.
can 25c
Fresh lb. ..25ct
2
PORK CROPS --- 29c bottles.--
Gallon can--$1.29 CRANBERRIES __ 2Sc
t LARD 4Ibs.--52c June Dairy ..
Irish Cobblers Fancy! Redland doz.BULK
.POTATOES OUANGES -.--- 15 C Half or whole Ib. BUTTER

-1 10 Ib's. 43c Fancy Redland do:. PORK IWIS----29c WWI GUMZ '...
---- .c
" Ib
TANGERINES. .-------;
'" -- 25c
CALF LIVER lb 29c
MIRACLE WIIIP --- "
.
..I..J Dr PA bunch Boned and Rolled lb., n.l Creamy .
LEY---- ---.C
BEEFROAST-----1geSnow'drift
lud Jar----25c Fancy I)1bs.
s Free Ice Cream Dish i with lb. s
Quart jar----37c GEuRGIA YAMS 13c 3..lbea _.53cnaw.lpbla
CIIURNGOLD 22c .-r...
C1uIa a.... Idaho 6 lbs. '
CHEESE -17c BAKING POTATOES 2Sc HAMBURGER, lb. --15 c 6-lb.can---, '!'"1.0a
, .
Libby's 3 Ig. cans Armour's 3 tall cans ,j.
MILK, 19c.
TOMATO JUICE25c
--------

Ubby> Kosedale No. 2% can G Extra Standard quart
# AlRICOTS------2Sc OYSTERS-------49 c .

L1bby'g 2 No.2 cans Matt 4 cans .
I J, :. NCYCORN25c APPI.lESAUCE25CH'

,,' .i Whole Pickled No.;.l\'i\ 'canIOTSorPEARS33c ;;- --- Snldn's"ears
-- ., CORN ON COB---- 19C
y It,
.,' .
,0
:
r "

t t .-.. .. I



{



rich" 'LBAIT6--mn 1 J1t le Nilt. i
[ Dranber 20,1995. ,- THE __ _____ ___ Pace I

stamp b& pfoeurredT Initials across their taw m mitt 1 Q. It potato* ere told In buIlt j, :
of Potato Act Is Given
I Synopsis A. From the collector! of internal at numeral representing the day and stored mibaeqnant packing ..i
revenue hit stamp deputy, or month said year an which they NIl Ie, how ire the stamp to rand
and Answer Form I
In
Question tram any United States port offi e. ,wew affixed Such welting should be attached 1 :

Q. Where CM Ux-enefnptien be done with mk or inMUWe- pencil ,, A. At the Urns of the lint ml :
The following 'information hM (a) the first sale of potato after tamp be obtained* and callft should be taken not the seller should deliver sufficient '
been compiled by the collector of harvest or (b) upon a change in A. Only; from the United States to obliterate the denomination of tax-payment and or bnc-expntp-' ''

Internal revenue Jacksonville, the form of the potatoes before the department agriculture, through the stamp i lion stamps to represent the tmr on t

yiorlda. IV to intended to serve first tale (Set below) local county agent Q. When a container hot been all of the potatoes to the pwl>thNPr. 'h

.t a brief synopsis of provisions Q. Doe (a) above mean that Q. Poet a eommiailon broker, emptied, what It to be done with The purebatm will hold such "
of the potato act and, it it be- the producer pay the tax? merchant storekeeper or eo Sum- the cancelled temPt Affixed to it? atamM In his possession until they P )
)-lev d, Includes answers to those I A. Ye*. The tint Ale after the er hare to pay any tax on potatoes A. They should be completely are withdrawn from storage packaged .
question which would ordinarily' I harvest would necessarily be made destroyed In MICA manner at to, and told. at which,,_ U* \
brigs In everyday expcrietic AQIquettioni by the producer. lie (producer A. No. At least not directly render their ..-..*. Impossible (OomlniwJ on t'.u<' /ilal."'N) i.
and answers should be; seller) la held liable for the tax. He IB only required to be certain _n __ __n____ _

read thoroughly.Q. I Q. What la the meaning of (b) that the potato hw buy are enclosed 1
What commodities are affected -; above In container to which tax- 1I

? A. A "change M form" means payment or tag-exemption tamp 1I
A. Irish or white potatoet only.I cooking or preparing In torn other are affixed. In the ale of the I
-> Sweet potatoes are not included.Q. manner. This applies to a hotel, consumer (housewife), she should I
What 'it the amount of the restaurant, boarding house etc., ascertain whether the potatoes 1I I
tax which operate Itt own farm or he bun were taken from a crate
A Three-fourth of one Cent I garden and uses the potatoes ftraise or other container properly stamp
ptr pound. on Its menu. In such case ed. An Inquiry and an affirmative .
.
Q. What potatoes are taxable I the tax attaches upon the "changeIn answer by the tore clerk Will auffke. -
A. Only those which were har- form" taking place because No stamps are required to
Meted on or after December 1, there I* no "nt tale". A potato be attached to the paper bag In I
133. I chip manufacturer who use potatoe Whit >-retslL purchases of potatoes
Q. la there any requirement that he raises himself would Mist ere delivered to her. by the storekeeper -
potato harvested prior to Dee fad In this category. '

1. 1839 shall be identified In tome Q. How I* the tax payable *Q. It there ..ny required type 1
manner to indicate their tax-ex I .... It it payable by,potato tax: or aM of container?
empt status payment stamps which are toued. A. Ko ,
be told
potatoes may
A. No. Identification la only la all denomination la the tee I !
in ai crate hamper, basket, barrel,
required In respect of potatoes Of tint aales" the seller (producer box, ba.I.-ek or any other form .4.4A \
harvested on or after that date. ) it .uiNddo attach punt
of container. It It not required i
,Q. Are person DOW holding stamps, the tic amount ot whichit
have Mere
any definite capacity. The aPMe- "
stocks Of "old- potatoes requiredto equivalent to the amount of
only requirement b that It must priate ChrMawmpretext :
submit Any kind of a report tax due, to the outside of the container '
be .to attach the
ailjll stamps on
A No report If required.Q. i In which the potato art po .etJIIItt
outside ot .the container, In claw be Uev.M *t.Katr .
Are there other exemption told. lit the case of a "change inform
..nd to Jndicat: on Itt exterior -
veers .
from the tax? .before "first sale" tax tens )0
the net weight of the
A. Yea. They art a* follow*:' stamp equivalent to the. amount Utoes Contained therein.Q. po- can be assessed. f
(1) Potatoes ',consumed Inhe, of tax: due are required be at-
How to be affixedto
household of the,producer fixed .to < return form which cap are' stamps We rbI_ thra
a lack or bat containing
burlap
by hit,family., be tecured. from the collector of the Federaltiesslag
(2)..Potatoesequivalent to 'the, Internal revenue. ThIs return Is .potatoes. ? Adminbtratlon ,f
ahould be patted
They on a
--allotment"made by'the-de: required to be filed with the collector shipping, tax fastened, securely to rtaa.
partment agriculture on before the end of the next
the baf. The net weight of the
the basil of previous production month. for example a return. 1
content* also be stated on the
nay
Tax-exemption covering all potatoes "changed in
the tack In such
tag or stamped on
stamps for such potatoes form" during the month ot De-
at to be tlearl1leJlbte,
art issued only by the department cember. 1135. la required to be'filed manner HOMESTEAD NORGE SHOP f
Q.: Don the- teller have to do
of agriculture and on or before January 31 1(36
than affix the
anything more
not by the collector of Internal Q. Where an allotment baa been
tamp to the container? II NOanlltaoMt"ENtS
revenue. granted toe producer by the department -
I A. Yet. The stamps are to bec.1IOI11t4
()) Potatoes imported from foreign of agriculture, how doe by writing the seller' t
countries and territorial -! he evidence that fact on the tax- _
---
possessions of the United! exempt potatoes old by him?

States In accordance with j A. M* will receive taxexemption .....
'', certain quota to be established stamps from the:department

by the secretary ot. of agriculture which are to be affixed -
F
agriculture. to container In which his
(4) Potatoes exported to foreign potatoes are told. The tax I* required -

countries, provided to be paid, by mean of
"certain specific regulation tax-payment stamps, on all potatoes
are carried out. sold by him in excess of his V
Q. Who pays the tax? allotmentQ. i
A. The tax attaches either upon I Where can tax-payment


.

Tl./' 14'\i( ., ". LI We wish


... ....

all of our friendsa '



To Please




,HIM ..:.dil

'.: Merry

... .
give goodTOOLS !'t

Christmas

\

'

and a :':

i from our .

\ ,-;>i y: ,
., ", 1

I Store Happy New? ..Year

Iha v; +m Pfey'

,' ;-Ij\-
: ':

1 I

Most men are builders at heart and when
Florida. East' Coast

they work they like good tools. An ideal gift

I for the man with the home workshop is to give


I; him come. finely tempered tool that he will cherish Fertilizer Co.


I for years. Let us assist you in selection.



i HOMESTEAD) HARDWARE CO. .



i{ J. G. WYNN, Owner I Y


(



.. ." : '". -- .. : ::' ::::: =-' ': :i:& '
1 .., .. .._ .: ': ,;: : "::.: "-= :: :..;, ::"o,
0

t ..iM1.iJ



Pare Ten THE LEADER r ENTERPRISE Friday. December 20,19 (+





I I Social Events in South D de'1 !



i -01
end Mrs. J. J. Me- MRS. WALKER TO BE SPEAKEa
FLORIDA CITY PASTOR at the meeting of the Woman'i I CHARITY BALL IS Slagl leader
and treasurerat AT B. AND P. W, Co TON
H' TO WED DECEMBER II Club of the Redland Tuesdaj GALA OCCASION Lendon, secretary ,G
Mr. and Mr*. E.: T Myer ol afternoon the clubhouae. The Junior Woman'i Club en a meeting held at the home of Mrs. C. N. Walker will '
Godeffroy, N. Y., announce the Mr*. B. A. Waldin. the president r, tertalned the dancing contingent> Miss Helen Livingston. the early stages of governn
marriage of their daughter, EdtlB urged all to be present at the nxl: of Homestead Saturday December Mlu Jennie Lobdell conducted the meeting of the Homes'.
M. Tamblyn of Florida City to regular meeting Jan. 21, a* mat If, with a charity ball at the Bible study period. Business and Professions Wo i
Ernest Anton Warren of Birmingham ten of importance are to be d is', Country Club. This successful Others present were: Mrs. H. L. Club in the Future Farmer t
e I Ala., on Dee. 31 at 8 IIm.. cussed. affair was given In order that the Brown Mn. Dan William, Mn. house at 8 o'clock this evenin
In the Free Methodist Church. Present were: Mrs WaldIn, Mr*. organization might Increase the Casper Williams, Mrs Geo. Son- All who are Interested *r< M1
i I i, The 1<,". W. M. Bate, district Seymour Dam, Mn. Z. A. Carter,,, fund which wa begun for the purpose nlchsen, Mrs. H. P. McDaniel, Mrs vited to attend the meeting '
elder, will perform the etremou}. Miss Clna Stewart, Mr W. D. of providing milk for underprivileged P. B. Bird Mrs. McLendon Mrs "wwrwwwn.wrMw..wwwwwwwrwN" W
All Mends are Invited. Mahan. Mr H. E. Schumacher, children. Single, Mrs. J. H. Webster Miss The Calendar
Mn Tamblyn who tame here Mrs Oea W. Turner Jr., and Mn; The decoration carried out the Esther Livingston and Min Frances
r from Lake Worth bat been pastorf Geo, W. Turner, Sr. holiday spirit and the music wa Dabney. '
f the nee Methodist Church in furnished by the Country Club Mn. J. E. Davis retiring,president -I Deer 20-.Chief Silver Twig
I of the society, was presentedwith concert at Neva King
Florida City for two year MISS AMES ENTERTAINS"WITH orchestra. The large local attendance -
"'
Christina gift from Circle School Auditorium at T.30:
Mr. Warren cam to Homestead, BRIDGE AND wu Increased by many
there he la employed, about"it. ""' KUMMY\ visitors from neighboring citlea. Four at a meeting held at the homeof Dee. 20-Meeting of Homes, !
t yew ago. ." Mia Margaret Ames entertained The general chairman of the Mn. Mollie Wlngate.Mn. B. and P. W. C. In Future ]Fa
a group of friend with bridge and Davis led the devotionaland '
I" dance committee wa Miss Pearl i clubhouse at 8 p. m. ;,
rummy at her horn In Redland Mrs. E. A. EMit gave the
TWO BIRTHDAYS Whitaker who was aasisted by Dec. 20-Meeting of AI'; s
CELEBRATED MONDAYOne Thursday night of Ian week. Mia Miss mel Bnnch The ticket committee Christmas chapter from "The Chapter of O. E. S. in Ito :
Thelma Turner won the high score "
Lantern in Her Hand. "
wu composed of Mrs. Joel! hall
of the merriest parties given' .
and Mils Payne the
prize Emily ;I The circle decided to present a
this season was that which markedthe Robinson, Mrs Ceo. Sonnlchsen Dec. 22-Legion and Aux
tow In bridge
] and Mrs Don Ferreyr musical program early In January. party at 0o'clock.
,
birthday anniversaries of
Miry 1 j Ice cresmt" and|' ckee were serv- Others present were: Mr*. Dexter
Leola Little and Mia Nella Saula. "According to Mia Eloise Brad Dec 28-F. L. T. Club i
ed. ley, president of the club, the Smith Mr*. R L. Hobson, Mrs
It was given Monday tvehlnj at Mlssese Elinor and Dec. 37-Junior Club port'Country
l'reaen&.fI Jaa. Daugherty,Jfln. A. S. Mays
charity ball will be made alan- '
the hem of Miss Sault which wet ; Club..
Emily: Payne Mil Helen Lchmsto,
and Mrs. A. O. Raab.
nual event, one of the high spots'
made gay with a Chrlltmlll.rH.. 1 Miss Dorothy Snare, Mlu Turner, Dee. J7-Woman's Club 0
Christmas candle and other of the winter social season. Rcdlands Christina in
James Bird, Clayton Lehman BillMcConnell party c u
j
{ Christmas decorations i I Roland Tolaon Edwin a A. MEETS WITH house at 8 p. m. '
In an Indian head penny contest ;i McOarrah, Tom,Carter and Eddie W. M. S. CIRCLES HOLD KATHRYN GRAVES Dec 29=::..Sacred Heart Cb
Mis Catherine Sttftanl was Konrad. DECEMBER MEETINGS Mr*. Bert Andrew served u ma tree' for Sunday school jrorn; :
the winner, and In a Scripture contest i rMRS. .4 W. M. S. Circle: One of the leader of the Girls' Auxiliary it a S to B o'clock. j'
Mn. Bevo Webb was victorious I I Homestead Methodist Church met meeting held at the home of Kathryn Dec. 30--Joint Installation 0
Among the other game IRWI.V AND MRS. VANS! for a sewing session Tuesday with Grave Monday and read two Homestead and Naranja. O.
{ played was a peanut hunt by four ,, ENTERTAIN FOR MRS. GILMER Mrs. H. R. Pierce whose horn storks' to the group. Fruit Jello, officers at Naranja.
team Mn. L. L. Peyser directedthe Mr*. Frank Irwin and )fn. 'J. waa decorated with small pine elite and tangerine were aerved Dec. 31-Areme Club election
games. | Tom Vann entertained with a mjaeellaneou tree and poinsettias by the bastes and her assistant, of officer at Gco. W. Turner,';
i Mn. 7. E. Close bad mad a shower for Mn. J. W. I The program consisted of: Scrip Edna Forte. home. "
birthday cake In the form of a Gilmer at the horn of Mn. Vann tural reading by Mrs. V. Booth;, The next meeting will be heldDee. Jan. Meeting of Womeijl
Christmas tree, and punch was Friday afternoon. Hot gingerbreadand reading of the poem, "When Christ SO at the home of Marjorie Auxiliary of Episcopal church.am
served by Elton Souls and Lester coffee were served. I Wa Bom," by Mn. Bessie Sho- Conner. Merle Jenkins will assist covered dish luncheon at home;
a Coker. I Present were: Mn S. L. West, walter; and another reading The nWting will close with sentence Mrs H. L. Cook at I p. m. '/
Present betide tho" named Mr J. T. Martin Mn. VT. D. "Changing Mie World," by Mn. J \ prayen. Jan. Meeting of W M.JB
were: Mn. Bessie Saul, Mn. C. Coker, Mrs. S. H. Fitch Mn. S. A. McNeill. Others present were: Mary Lois Circle One with Mn. Art Reich*
W. Little Mn. Frank Webb, Mn. A. King, Mn. J. R. Pope, Mrs F.' The hostess assisted by her Claxton, Carol Walker, Geneva Jan. 8-Joint installation of .
Ivan Mover, Mn. Close, Miss L. Mcllwaln, Mn.C O. Robertson, daughter, Mary Louis*. served Vann Mary Louise Pierce, Mabl O. W. and Woodmen' Circle efj
Kathryn Thelsen, Mill EUnor Hayden Mn. C. N. Walker, Mr J. C. Vann,' cake, candy and grape juice Ruth Pope, Wava Horton June fivers In I. O. O. F. hall. "
Misses Jean and Phyllla Par- Mn. C. B. Bentley, Mr Bert Andrews Other present were Mn. O. Vann Lola Pierce, Marjorie Con 'Jan. 13-Garden Club meetingat ]
man Mia Oeraldlne.l\etta, Mill Mn W. L. Neeley Mr*. I. Saunders of Key West and Mn. C. ner, Louisa Hearing, Mavis Watts, horn of Mrs. M. p. Kenney
Helen Bradley.\ Miss Fm Robert- C. E. Saunders, Mn. M. J. Hoi- M. Redd. Merle Jenkins,June Jenkins, Ruth Jan. 21-Meeting, of Woman's'
ion, Mltaet1"Martha and Edwina comb, Mn Gerta Fread, Mn. F. L. I Circle Three elected Mr. A. B. Owens. Club of the Redlands ID clubhTO ,
Cloae. Mia Marjorie Redd, Mill Bullard and Mrs. Geo. Bullard.
d Frances Lott Mitt Eftle Booth, Those ending gift were: Mr*. I INK -. "
Milt Wllella Bullard Misses Ruth M. Hardee, Mr O. W. Wait
and Helen Steffanl, Mill Ethel Mr"C'J GOuman, Mrs W. R.:
Bailey. Mils Mary Moon, Miss Cleo Cheshire, Mr*. A. D. Smith and
Carter Mia Nella Ma Martin M.... J. H Dorsey.
Mia Mortis Counts, Miss Prlscilla 18 PRIZES J

Fread. Miss Ellen Vann, Mia Mary LEGION AND AUXILIARYTO
Adam and Mia Marjorie Moaer. HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTYA

REDLAND CLUB TO HAVE I Qirtttma party for members a
t CHRISTMAS PARTY DEC. IT ; of the John O Salley Post of the .
Announcement of a Christmas I American Legion and lit auxiliarywill BEGIVEN .
party for members and their fam-I be held in Legion halt at I
flies to be held Dee 27 wa mad o'clock Sunday evening.

AWAY

4'al 91Ft



9

a' PRIZESFOR PRIZESI
l
FOR '

I i I f GIRLS BOYS J

I
Awarded to side and bore (i te 13 year old)

serorlng largest number ef vole la the Rexall Boy*' a

t J, and GUIs' contest. Vote; What counted at It a. m 1

Christmas Day. .

.
VOTES cast at fclxl Drug Store onlyl You let one vote for each penny (le)
.BJWD.I on a purchase: at the RUIiIl Store Mothers, Fathers. Aunts, Uncles or
1 Friend*-.anyone buying at the Retail Drug Store tan cast votes for you Just
I have them write your name on a ballot and put It in the bos.

Oil Y HOW THE CONTESTANTS. STAND

... i F GIRLS BOYS
We wish L Silvia Parses IL JPNees Altmaa L Clurles Beraeeker 11. Wilbur Cars
you a ft. Laala Deering It Wanda Smith .. Scoda-er Aspley It. lien Robert
I I. Virginia Walkert. IS. Dorothy Rubs !. Donald Neefey IS. Howard Kirby
Christmasand I Ceiutle Campbell 14, Patricia Ana Dul-ont 4..JuQmle MoLeadoa 14. Gene Reynolds
Merry (. Atone KoeUlM 15. Matte Kemp 8. Bobby Brandenburg Ben Shaker
I *. Marilyn Bethea IS, Barbara Jean Smith .. Billy Hutchinson 1C. SaatsaHarrl*
t 1. Patsy Smith IT. Melba Van "Winkle 7.,Lynne Irwin 17. Bobby HcradoilIS.
: t Margaret Ballard Oyp.yllaws.r4 .. Sickle Cane 18. Billy Walton
*. Maxine Walker 19. Louise Strickland S. Jackie Jeaneaa It. Harry BoweD
:, I*. Jackie GelgarTHE S*. Hoaie Bllkto Ifl, Wayne lvntmt .8. jinutO Martin
r Happy Mew YearWOLUM&KENDRICK.


DIXIE DRUGYour



3s*& Store





o.
r

.
-



oj

",f'r' J '. 'r ....


December 20, 1935. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE rage Eleven

-' be served. M4't"{ n- All It out in your oldest frock and "
II ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS All offict aHd membrap a"- "Do 7rtti think It'jposslbl*, to list l with a run In both stockings I
.. quested t3 be present and VMQng. meet tit ontl MMtd r ne ttltaif"II:and you nose unpowd...... You'll I I
--- members will be wetoam I" I
MIS FACBTTI KEELECTEDrOlNOAMA AD ASTRA CHAPTERTO J
GROVE HEAD: MEET TONIGHT The choir of the First BapUet j
Mr*. Florence Pieettl WM reAd Astra chapter O. I. s., will Church will'Nw a pot-luck supper -
elected guardian of Royal Poln- hold the last meeting of the year I and Christina party; in the ;
clans Grove of the Woodmen'sCircle I this evening at o'cJoeIill the I.I Sunday school room Dee. H at 1
it a meeting held Dec. Uat : O. O. F. hall Refreshment will 1 o'cock.,
the home of Mr*. Alice Walter
She I* the first guardian here to (
be elected for a second term. I

The other officer elected were \I I II
put guardian Mr*. Marie Altman!
adviser Mr*. Helen Bowden;bank all.NorthwestersJ
*r, Mr. Nora Smith; auditor? 1 1I
Mr*. Blanch Chapman; recordIng I
secretary Mrs Thelma Ra d- !
ford; attendant, Mr*. Ruth God "
win; assistant attendant, Mr Ad .. I
young; chaplain, Mr Chapman; 4 4I
junior supervisor, Mrs. Alice Walter ': \ I' .' I
*; Inner sentinel Mr*. Mary
'
(}Rhode; oute sentinel, Mia Myr.tie. ..'
.Bradyi. Count! ; capUlrv. ,,,.Mrs.' ,v Bassi*-I >. !\ .. : : '7:. ":" : ..t :/:. I :

Installation of.the W. O. W.. of- I HE jIJ Jtcere' feeling! :oft good ," : j .:'
: T .
Acer wirxbe*;and. Joint Royal'ceremony Polnclsna In offlcet the.I.* chef ,and 'health' 'and happi- I > UST wishing you A Merry

O..:Q. r.hall on Jan. a. Mr*. W.: D. Christmas and A Happy and
;COker, Mr Bessie Brady indMft. Jiess',Ant' all the pleasant 'associa J ,

make. Pacetti Were appointed to Lions with'Christmas'is.our wish I Prosperous New Year.
arrangement for this meeting ;
nd Mn. Brady, Mr Clad to every one of you. Merry Christ I ". ''
I
StudiUU and Mn. Coker
were put
on the refreshment committee. mas and a Happy New Year.T.ORFANEDES. I II I
Announcement wa made that II
'Mr Lout 'of Stewart, a former I THOMAS E. KIRBY
.member of the group, and Mr*.
Branch were 111. i
No meeting will be held on De i
Homestead Florida
26 it was decided. I
During the social hour a handkerchief i I
t shower wa given foe I
Mr*. Sarah Martin and Mn Ada I
Young Fruit salad and hot choc-
olate were served by the hostess
and her niece, Miss Myrtle Counce. /
Present were: Mr. Mary Hitch,
Mn. Pacettt Mr Altman. Mm<,
I powden, Mrs. Smith Mrs. Chap
man. Mr Rtdfbrd, ,
I Mn Brady, Mr*. Coker,MfIYC< Martin -
\ 14.... Studstlll, Mn, Walters,
j Mini Myrtle Counce, Ml** Pauline
'Counce JWeese Altman, -C B.
1 Walters Grady,.tJHfford, Lloyd
find Ernest Walters, J. T. Martin s J" \ elf ohIr
,'and.Elmer Martin.MR. .
..1---.. '
( AND MB9. SOMMERS
ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUE
Mr and Mrs. L. B. Sommen
.""entertained the teacher Bridge
Club at their home In Downer
Palm Monday evening. Mn. J. 3j
+ &
,.K Webster and Frank Webb won V
the high core: prize
'< Present were Mr. and Mr fe& teFSSz&S ,
Sew Webb. Mr. and Mrs. W R. a
Bird, Mr and Mrs Frank Webb,
Mr. and Mn. Webster, Mr Ceo.
N Wakefleld Ceo. kick and Mr &*1S
and Mr Sommen.


OPTOMETRYDR. For the Best In *




115.DR.NEUENSCHWANDER Venetian D. GONZALEZ Arcade, Miami & *&&&? -



Eva Estelle Sullivan r> JtSSf / L.,

Teacher of Pianoforte V CCe

BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY *IQ It '
1
11 JT E..tnd AT*. Homestead aeAaGe4

[
%. '

CARE 4 ( r,. e0M'Ce,3Isss '

.. 'and Beauty r s

True beauty demand
the ,bat of care tilt all
,, time Whether y:0 U
wish a wave, a facial,
a manicure, or any ol
the other eaam.tlalai&
;tq beauty; you'll find "Q"tucnuc i
the killed operator W
.,' P a\'* Beauty Parlor i
ready to serve you
quickly at any time
give"" IWATM IPA*
CroqsJntole Spiral and artzita r. ,
CombinationPERMANENT l curratc '' Comm ,

WAVES, RAIrn.R stAa6an :

Prices $5, $6,' $7 rs wic ail jC0L4J01


PAT'SBEAUTY ATHVUTOI I Rir7ts66aAtOt :I. ":: ,

TOAma
PARLOR ...ut! .coo::: YLAAe aj.t ." .

liON
Phone 639-R Horn. Bid*. a rP wArnx: www ti 'III'Friday

j



,
",,--,
.- .

-.'. ... .. .. ._--" -.-- "-..---- '-" '- .' -. -.





"
'


Pae!* Twelve THE LEADER-.. ENTERPRISE Friday, December 2fr 1935. :g' ;
--
Dr. C. W. Abc) ef Camp Cloud* Beach were Sunday guests of Mr and family all of Vat Palm <::: !

mont at Uentone, Ala. visited Mrmd and Mrs M. JUlverman. Beech will Oro" shorter to spend j.
'I
Mi*. L B. Summer Tuesday I the holiday season with Mr and 'f,

In and Around Mr. and Mrs. Frank tewic' and Mrs. J. H. Dixon. 1;
Carl Deden Arthur Yogis and family, and Mr*. M. a Bridges ('DIat1ll1lld en Pan flhtteen) \ .: :\

Date Henderson arrived Wednesday 1"..,.. .
from Riverside Military A ad- ,j
Homestead emy .t Gainesville! Ga. Billy .. : ;'
Geronlmo and Frank Basso era FORA GOODCHRISTMAS ; '

expected to arrive today They {! "
will go to Hollywood tor the winter DINNER.

Mr and Mrs Carl Schumacher Cstelle Turner attended the Installation term after the holidays.

announce the birth of a nine-pound of officers at Biscayne chapter -i k, f
A I daughter Mary Calms at the Post of the O C. S In Coral Gable' Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Hartoock of Mrs. Vlorley'sDining
Graduate hospital Sunday Wednesday night y,4. Atlanta art expected the last of,
the week to spend the Christmas
---
holidays with their son-in-law and
Theo J Blelr entered Jack*** John Walton who has been attending Room
daughter, Mr. and Mr*. fH,Web-
School for
McCauley
Memorial hospital yesterday for Boy* ster.t ,
i! a nose operation. He has been it Chattanooga Term., is expectedto tw ;
tit NORTH KKOMC
advised that he wjjl have, to remain arrive today to spend the holiday I I AVEMCI75C .\
I quiet tot at least two weeks. with his parents Mr. and FLORIDA CITY, -?
MrAyrtK. '
Walton,

1} Mr. and Mr,JooJ::CcmpbtU returned ,. ,;jf\--: W. W. Severy, CorreapeuilMrt Chicken .
Soup Fruit Cocktail
r ','
Sunday flight from Georgia Miss! Madg Turner and Miss .
i and North and South Carolina Natalie Humphries! have moved toan Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler an- B Mt Turkey with Chestnut Dressing ,;,'.
Beast Dock with Oyster .
Dressing
when they had spent a few days apartment lirthe" Flowers build. nouns the arrival of a nine-pound Fried Chicken ;
with friends. hit laughter at the Hunt hospital on
t Dec. 17. 50c

Mr and Mrs. Wharton Partee i "
Betty Max'sightanda. Rout Beef
Roast Perk with Bake Apple
Who have been living on Avocado talf-pound daughter of Mr and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Busha ofJutord. SALADS
\ drive have moved to an apartmentIn Hr*. Mack ILyorand, made her Ga., are guests of their
..' Miami. world debut aft Pott. !:Graduate hospital aon-in-law and daughter Mr and Lettuce and Tomato Cranberry Sa- -OHvee Waldorf, Salad a
I '
." Dec 18. tUttle Mrs. Paul Haley.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Allen will 1144...... VEGETABLESMashed .
entertain during the holidays ai Philip Walker of Perrin Potatoes Steamed Rice Candied Taos :
Frank Basso and Billy Geronlmo .J
Grass Beans Buttered
t nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. I II spendlnl the week with Mr. ire home tor the holidays from Carrots Baby Limas.

JT, L. Trenton of Chicago, and their and Mri E.J, DyaL Gainesville, Ga. where they are DESSERTS
, Mince Meat Pie Apple Pie Ceconnt
Pie
I two children Marilyn and Robert attending Riverside Military Acad
. The visitor ant exported Sunday. !dr. and Mrs R L. Henderson emy. i Frail Cake Fruit Jello

and E J. Powell are leaving the h ____ ; DRINKS
y T O Pich 1* recovering from last of the week to spend Christina I Coffee Tea Milk
Mr J. H. Simmons has
received
an Infection which followed legInjury. week in Waycros, O*. Hot Rolls
" a telegram stating that her
mother Mrs Susan Arboguit, of
Noble Holland
arrived
" Monday Petersburg, W Va.. 1
Mist Ellen: Huff is recoveringfrom from Minneapolis, Minn. to spend I HI. seriously

an appendicitis operation the Christmas holiday with his I
J performed Thursday morning a mother Mrs. M A. Swan.
." Miami hospital I The honor roll for the Florida

I Mr. Bert Andrews and her two' City school this month contains
. W. H. Wood Is In the Pout Grad sons, Ralph and Ray, left Wednesday .: the following names: first grade, \ '
, uate hospital recovering from an for Dade City where they will, Kenneth Knight: third grade, Mar.. :
appendicitis operation performed spend the Christmas holiday with I II4rI. lorle Langham. Warrens Severy, I
aHEWS
Tuesday Andrews' parents, Mr. and, fourth grade Lanier Whitehead,
Mr*. Montgomery Mllfred Savory Glenn Schreader,
h Alton Home and James Field I fifth grade, Milton Hunter, Catherine ,

'I left Saturday toe Macon, Gs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vann left! Rohrer. Shirley Dean Doz.ate. .
where they enlisted la the United for '
t Wednesday Lamont Fla,where; "
\ Stales navy From Mama they Mr*. Vann wilt visit Mr. Vann' ,I
f' went to Hampton Roads, Vt. father white Mr. Vane goes to I The Community Church Christmas
where they began their ninety-day Mongomery, Ala., recruit instruction. ,Both plan to Their daughter, Mia Alt, and I evening 7:30.: A pageant, "Last- J Jthat'
eetsr.on" 0 brunch of aeronautics. Min Valera Fitch, who have.been Ing Glory," wilt ba'pr entea'b : HOPING
attending Florid State College for the Sunday school I sod reading
rands Patrick Mclnerne of Women at Tallahassee, will return and recitations will be given.
Miami who Is convalescing' from a with them Sunday to spend the Santa will not fill down in his .1

seven illness cine last week to holiday in Homestead., Mr and Mrs Ben SUvermaa of

visit Mr and Mrs the L. Swan Brooklyn will arrive next week to visit to'YOu. May you have a Merry ,
until the first of the Wm. Krome Wm
:year renyth Rudolph spend the Christmas holldays-wlth

Oonman. Archer Smith Mr. and Mrs M. Sirverrnaa.Mr Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Vernon Turner who I is a freshman Charles! Glenn Roger Snow, It H. J

.t Washington and Lee University Graham. Burton Graham, Herbert Chauncey Upton of Branford ,I
at Lexington Va, will.arrive Farmer and Bailey Macey, Red- .
Conn and Ed.: BartholomewOf
Sunday to spend the Christmas land District students at the University Northford COIUL arrived Ul Red Thurman's Service
holiday with his parents Mr. of Florida, will arrive this ,
week and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Geiv W Turner Jr week to spend the holiday here Mr*. Hobart Brocket W. Blrdaey Station ;
with their families,
of North Haven, Conn.,, who
Mr R. H. Groover and Miss/ e.III'1
with them Is a guest at the South Krome Ave. at 3rd St. ,
ClIO Woodcock returned last Joe Burton who Is attending Emory
Simmons home. 8.1
Thursday from Statesborw, Savannah University at Atlanta la expected J
; and other in to Christmas .
point Georgia Saturday spend ;
Mr. and Mrs. J, Fine and Mr
where they visited relative and with .rents. Ji
F. Fin of Evansville: Ind., who
friends for three weeks
i
are spending the winter at Miami
Miss Ruth Murray, Miss Shirley
Wm. Edwards a student of Harkness, Miss Margaret Delaney.
Southern College of Pharmacy., Miss Ela Arotarena, Mill Jewel .
has letuned to Spend the holld"with !I Turner Mia Louie long Fltxpat- 't I IJ
his Brother Mrs. V B. Edwards rick: and Miss Katherine Harper
will arrive Saturday from Florida a
State College for Women at Tallahauee .

Mr, alary FvnocU of NaranjaMr ,,' to spend the holiday at t. 7'1: .:. r, ,
*. Gao W. Turner Jr. and Milt I their home here, : ..., "

.-. ".

Nrvy r :'Af Merry Christmas '

.', ;: '\ '. It.WfI

.
'
.>"> . .
: I .\ : ;\'.. .,. .{ ,
.\t": ,',. "" ;.! > ....: '7' .
: .. ." ,.' .
r. .. .. \'>1
:;w ; '. .. ; ',' .

,. .. ,..: : .
: .. .' ...;; <, -. ,," ,
-- ... ., ... ...

t. :.' "' Art ia,season :;of'the y,ar we. pail c. tg:the j);', "" ". : '

; fortheir aaastancc in ira'pu .
.. ', pur, patrons > .
-

.. i. / ; : -. ;' :- of, our;successful:business"and to ,v wi3htheraall; > *;J,; \. '":-

We wish'you .'.", .: ,. ..i : ..: 1
: : : *, :
,
,. "* ,, \ x; : A!;Merry.Christmae.f : '!fI '. .]. : / )
: : : ; j
... :. !... r. U& ,,.'
: A Merry Christmas : : : ,1 ?, :> "" t '.J"t,. .,. a-f: ."'
; .
,
tad ;. ;. .. :': ', r:''HECTOR0": SUPPLY. I t..' C0'&;,'j\"<*;w! ::, i,- .

: ,
'
.
r' "" "',,' :: '(
w
M& f' '" :* \ 4 *! 4fl'I. '
Happy Year .
k'
Hcmcstfad Fl*. rv, .' ,
I
0'., ,l t t.!


Pr+ atM B. Bird ,M or Co.



1 __ 11t ,
r
4

... .. vF t 4 ,. .
.



t

JS3BBJSE"MT5JJ"l




':;; (

'" ''I,

/' December 20, 1935. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Thirteond ,

..1'p) \ ,

: chalk Ntna-l drawing IIIMICIal ay U math A. 1'..bad.. I 4

Dee. 14 Chriatwas tree tr
n C'he Churches ] Program at 1:31 p. m.Dee. {I 1 It
t$-Bible study at ':S' I
p. at.Silver. I
;
: W.y) BAPTIST peopled meeting at 8:30. Prayer Pals Community Church i
", 'meeting Wednesday at ':30 p m. -the Rev. IL O. Cowan, pili"*". I i
J a1-The Rev c. N. Sunday school every Sunday at 10
,#"1.." pastor. Sunday school alJj EPISCOPAL a. m.; preaching on first;
aaein. Preaching 11 a. m.LcJnd third and fifth Sunday at 11 a
: 7:30: p. m.; B.Y.P.U. .t ftdO p. SI. John's-S. E. Second avenue m and 8 p. m. !
'&}m. Pr.yer"rvtcea Wednesday at and Fourth street Homestead. \
;$r'po: p. m.I'V Minister in charge the Rev. C. METHODIST FREE:
i; ; DM. SI Morning tepio: R Palmer! ; lay reader Joseph I fast ...
"Gad's Christmas Gin1 even- Oauwtns. Sunday school at 9:49 Florida' City- Rev. EdithTamblyn Now-aot .1Icep't t

t |':Aoceb.ln* topic" The .Mug ol the each Sunday Sunday;at church 7:30 p. m.servicesfourth Communion S-30 p. m., paator; preaching Sunday 1:30 school.and 8 ewe oVrlNd .wt ids ....-i<<,the Guard

at 5 a, m. second Sunday p. m.; Young people's meeting 8UwOrip toe (or 1914. SM ibis sew quality I
.GenUs-The Rev. Noah Peter- of month; corporate communionfor 7:15; Junior meeting S:30 Tuesday; Coastal with the wiadlaig twUilaa* slow
; pastor. Sunday school at 10 Woman's Auxiliary at 10.30 prayer meeting 7:19 p. II\. Thun- ........ * f l'" m.; preaching at It a. m. and a, m. on Wednesday before fourta day. Mrs ses.ehw a !lee a treed...,. Foe aafwtyfO'MO.oap. (
m.aY.P.U.at630p.ro.
.'::30 p. Sunday. PENTECOSTALGouldsRev.
DJ'rayerm.: at T.SO p. m. Wed- .,.tune t..... ollnpo .'
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN c. C. Hansberger. Ikate sew Generate. ;

.* CATHOUC 8k Jew-Bedlnnd;' the Rev. pastor. Sunday school .t 848: ; iaw7.e'se etl aswe oa poor east c:_ .i
Ceo. M. Poth pastor. Sunday' preaching at 11 a. II\. and 7:SO p. e.isetwos.N7gswkh. .
;" ; OWN* or the gaerefl HeaHS. -, school each Sunday at 10 a. m. m.; Young people's meeting, 6:30
: '5. Second avenue Homestead; English service on second Sundayof p. m.; Ladles' prayer circle. Tuesday
I the Rev. James Cloonan. patter.f each month at I p. m. and German at 1:30 Po m. Mid-week pray. SPECIAL BARGAIN i iI
Sunday maw at 9 a. m.; week day service on fourth Sunday at er service Thursday at 7.30 p. m.,
base at 1:.S dally Sunday school 3 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 8 ?Sunday following t o'clock man."communion I I
for WomeR the tint METHODIST EPISCOPAL HesMslead-Krome avenue at are able to make this week. '

|\Sunday erf month; for men and Florida City Community Church N. Hth street Sunday school at'
,boy,the second Sunday of month. -the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor. 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. I
Holy hour Thursday before first Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Brake & Electric Service Co.
{Friday of month at T:4J p. an. Mass preaching at 7.30: p. m.. Church SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE" OF .
I first Friday' 7:30 a. m. Bene- TRUTH ,
diction of the Blessed Sacrament night, Wednesday at 7:30. Tom Theus, Prop. Flagler Are. at N. E. 1st St.
Rafter ma_ Redland Community Cnarch Homestead-branch of Miami,
the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor. Sun- Spiritualist Temple of Truth in,
CHRISTIAN SCIENCES day school at 10; preaching at 11. Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth: i
. Church night, Thursday at '1:30.I I avenue. Melft Bible class and
}b Florida City-Broadway and i
.
young people's lyceum at 7:19 ().
Sixth street Sunday school at ii
METHODIST EPISCOPAL m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat I
"l:4S a. m. for pupil under 20 years SOUTH i
f k' 745: ; lecture and messages at i iI
morning service at 11
&iof age; I
8 p. m. by the Rev. Sada Hobson.
WhIte Stone CbIU'Ch-Home-
O'clock. Wednesday evening serA I
+svlces( which Include testimonials stead; the Rev. A. A. Koestline, Dee. 12-Candle service at I I 1
,l1?of healing and experience and re- paitor. Sunday school: at 9.30 a, ':41 p. ... Special mnslo. I I +oi'S
i f I marks> on Christian Science, S p. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 NONDENOMINATIONAL I I
,.',m. The public U cordllll1lnviledjt. p. m. Junior League at 3:30 p., PRAYER SERVICE
to attend. m.; HI League at 8.49: p. m.; Senior I I!
Dee. tl Lmm-sentient, League at 1:30: p. m. Prayer meeting Bible study and prayer service I
1', Soviet 1s the Univer e. lat at 7-30 p. m. Wednesday. conducted by the Rev. 11.1>h. Berg
,4 eluding Man. Evolved bfAteals Dee. St-Morning message of Miami at home of Mrs. O. L I
.: Fewercnimcri 'And It Came te raut special Cault every Friday at 8 p. n.
i $ music by eher ThU Is A series ef lactates esi the
or CHRISTHomesteadFirst Gifts for Ladies
the Christmas servlea.Eveatog Back ef Kevetatlens Is sow baeatress.

<\ avenue and message: The Ninety and AB kavHei.FOR I _....__._.__.__..___._. ? 50e t. $'.'S
't ?:N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hun n. Coatis s ..___._._________ $&b U $9.93:
;:1; ,minister. Bible study at 10 a.Rua Sweater .. .?_?__ I _____... 94e U S.75
v ;,"communion fellowship' i Silk Underwear .. .....____ _.. 7Sc U $240
preaching at 11 a. m.;preaching at' ] Silk HIM .. _....... ...._........____ I9c to 1.00
\17.50: p m. Prayer meeting
MSday T.SO p. m..cautcaopooo. Wed-I' Hate .. ... _... ........ ___._.._.. $1.00 to $3X50
J Shoes .........__ ._........... $1.7$ to sue ;
.:' 1 Luncheon Set .. __ .....__..... .... 1.00 to .ue /
I Recta ta -00t N. W. first 1 HIMfrom Towel Seta ._...____ ._ __.... Sec to US
J 'avenue; Fev. Ceo. Lorton. paitor. r Fitted Traveling Bags _.__.. ......,w.._. $6.50 te $9.75
Sunday school at MS: a. m.; mantels ___'_"_'_r._'_"_. 89e to $4.95
'preaching at U a. m. and 7:30 p House Slippers __... _. .__".__ Ste to $1.75
m.; Senior C. O Q. Society 8:30 p. Gloves ._.__ .___._......__._ 79e to $1.00
.: m.; Intermediate C. O G. S. Ins the Rain Coats ...__ r- __. $195 to $3.95
f parsonage I:30 p.. m. Mid-week Scarf Seta ..__ $1.00 to 1.75

., prayer service.at 7.30 p. m. Wed \ Purees .._.. _____._...._. SOc to 1.00
trade>. MEN'SSHOP Overnight; Bags __.._._ ._ $4.95 to $5.93
CBVKCH or THE NAZARENE

.." Homeatead-The Rev Howard, 1, Gifts for Men

I Eckel IU.L: pastor. Sunday school at Suit ...._.._'. .,",,"__._._._. $1195 to $29.93
at ,
m.; preaching U m.
J" and'7:30p.m.N.Y.P.: S. and Belts 'lull .JL''..:!.___...._. __.... .....no.... 25e to $1.25
Juniors meeting at 6.30: p. m. Beautiful Tie and Handksr. Shirts \' ...._..._ .... ......_..._.... 79c to $2.50
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening chief Sets Ties .:. ... ....._ ........ ._... 15c to $1.75
I. .r'' I:SO. $1.23 Bill Folds _...-............ .... ....... 75e to $1.23
Dee. M-Suadajr school pre- I IInellMlt Garter ...._,,_.. __. .. lOc to 60c
'.. gram at !:S' p. m. I Socks ___ .--... .... '_ _, ... lOc to $1.00
......
.. .
''i rrlaedse.-the ReY. C. H. Con- pajamas Rocks ... .._.. _._ ._ ... .. .. .. lOc to $1.00
j don| astor. Sunday school at 1:43; $1.95 Underwear.,-... "'m'_ '_. 19e to $1.25
preaching at 10:49 a. m. an1 7.30 t Pajamas ___--_......._.._..__ .no. $1.25 to $2.50
f;; P.m.Junior meeting at 8.30;young Ties I Shoes ..____..___ __._._.._. .. ._.... $1.85 to $5.00
1 T II M MI | 59c, $1$1Neckwear Hats ...._ ...__.._ __.__..._._ $1.95 to $7.50
1:. MOM 0. 1AIEPTNe.4a Sweaters _. .. ...____.__.._.....____ 75c to $5.73
;; AMERICAN LEGION Tie Clips ....___..__.__.___ Kt: to $1.00
Hkkak Balla.
, 'J. eaters plain sadd' II Travel Kits. ......_._...___ $1.23 to $%.50
.. gnt asrf IhM WedMeiaf avert Military Brash Sets ____...._ $1.25 to $%.50
I .% a*. Aswrtaw ltbm Wit, ',$t. I _... .
< M Handkerchief Sets ___ _..u. SOc to $1.00
fnet*nM Cwih Kreaae Are
I :': Hampstead, 9% I Salt Cases __?...._,,._. .._..._ ..... $1.00 to $14.50
Fastest ef SUe4ar Skirts at Bath Robes .,._ .: $SJW to $9.93
I .:, 95c $U5, $1.50, $14)5); I Reuse Slipper*_- .>_. .. .....__"__' 39c to $%.93
:', UOOU39KAI LODOE-NQ: 1L Leather Jackets ....no.. .._. .. $?.SO to $8.91
'\ Belt Sets .. .._........_ .. _.._ $1.00 to $1.50
0. O. P. .1ft. khM aergi *.HsKS. Cap. _._.____ ___ ...... _.. _._.._.. 25c to $160
,ir a seeds very Tuesday evesJag ateltlack ', I Lumber Jackets _- _.._.. .. ......__ $1.75 to $4.95 ,
BB
tOgOT. K.
Dan. W.
StTMlTMten Cloves ..___...___._._. ___.__.... lOc to $U9
Lot. Wettest* '1IU4. SufcaHsae a4 Kane Boots ...__....,_._.___. _...._.__.. ._ $...H to $8.95
,. attNs SunpeaMleniBws ._...__.__ _.._ ... 60 to $1.00
II j ..__............- ... ---ti .. __. SSc to Me
.pe
rw Sbltta t.-, ._ I _. 49c to 1.00
CITY DRAY tf i Rain Oats.___ __..:...- $195 to 'Us'BURTON'S
sport Vreeeara at all prtoea.
NMMANtf 1WATI1. Pre.
1111-1108 Mr kliMl at as. ,
U- Safe delivery t_aMa I
PHONB51S-W THE] MEN'S SHOP aO-.sTEADFLA.DEPT.STORE


4 S. Krome Ave Homestead Fla.
Open Untfl 8:30 p. a Daffy; 10 p. m.Sat..Until batFriday
,..., -.. .. -:"" ......_ ._n_. ,
.

t;

t M



_L __ __._-=-.:.:..... _.___...__. .. __,: '
..
-. .)



'1')11-J 1 :nI84.f H't11'ioJ'r.r ra. ri'" r rr 1 '=, 1T -. ...,. a .. I


Page Fourteen THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, December 2/\ 1935.

J, d ... exchange gifts Randolph! us*** horn for Christmas dinnet. Christmas card With colored pa-
'
':J.;!J ; \ -4 t 1', : Jack Gallia and Carson The ela" member will exchange per and used original Christmas

were the eommtttee- that aWl'j g lfte. I vene The Christmas decora
11 J Homestead High School News the tree. (toot are made from walnuts covered I
After the children had Made I with colored paper, pine burn

LEOLA LITTLE No matter how old we get we are I Christmas decoration Mb Doney l painted. and strings of straws cut

....................".-.....-...-Br...-........,....."____..Ht_.._ never too old to have a Christmas I hung them on the tree. They made (Contlntiwl on Paw Sixteen)
tree so Mr. Blackburn pupils
THUD MONTH HONOR ROLL Harry Brother, James Nesbitt, have drawn names and have dec- --
Edna Becker, Mary Lou Pierce, orated a Christmas tree. The pupils -
Te let M the high b._
Edna I'orw.Mrt. r
of the public speaking classesare
nil the pupil must bay an I
Bird's room fifth grade; going to give a play "Huckle
ef te thelow
averse* It. get e*
honor roll, aa average ef.II Miry France Rutland, Athley berry Finn," about three or four
la both eases the pupil Kemp Hilda Dodson, Movie Watts, weeks after the Christmas holi
must have a cltl emhl trade Virginia Hobson Fred Hubert, dam ,
Carl Alexander
of IS or share and net be absent ALRod
or ttif. Mrs Fttleld room fourth grade The member of Mr Johnson' 1,0
Vera Rheney, June Vane, Gloria '
home room have decided not to
Mrs Scott room, twelfth grade:
high honor roll Clarence Froscher, Wildrop, Clarice Dodson. : have a tree and exchange gifts, / 6 as 1 1GOtSO
roll Bill Mia Ray's room, fourth grade*. I but to take the money which would
Otha Hackler; low honor ,
Robert Asptey: have u.eec1.nd basket
been to give a
Vercoe Jewel Campbell; Dorothy Miss Ray's room, third grade* to
some needy family The
Zteden, PriscUla Freed, J.al11'a.-
Shlrienzry, Doris Ada Dod-
members of the class have cooperated
Fern Robertson GIRLSagiktr'
4 man son. In every way OOPS dye
Mrs, Becker's room eleventh Miss Po....,'. room third grade
grade: high honor roll, Virginia Wayne Lawrence, Ardel Pkrmaa Since the other classes are having -
t brick, Florence Panooast, Ceral- Miry Bedford, Anne Rheney,Mary Christmas trees Miss Hay- I
dine Belts, Helen West Bobble Catherine Suber, Grletje Turber* den's cass also had to. have one II
'
Summerlln; low honor roll, Patricia Miss William's room, third and to have a good time exchanging I
Poock, Martha Close NoraAken. grade: Harry Bishop,Betty Arrant gifts. The pupils are dramatizing -
Margaret Booth. Charles Picken's "Christmas
J r' Mrs Field's room tenth grade:' Miss Williams' room second CaroL"
high honor roll, Cecelia Harper, grsde:Billy Brown, Dickie Carne;,
Henrietta Hartman, Alta Webster, Evelyn Davis, Jacqueline Geiger,, Mr. Lucas home room i* having
'J' low honor roll, Nina Pearl Bush, Mrs. Edwards 1'00I1IICOnd a Christmas tree and present
Ellen Vanit.Mr I grade: Mary Francis Morton. The room la decorated In orange
r Moomaw' room tenth' Mrt. Edward room, first gradeJames : and] blue, the class. colors. '

r I grade: low honor roll, Iva Dyal,,1. Brown, Alone Koestline Santa Has Made
Mowly Sever and Charles Little I, Miss Jackson's room, first grade: The seventh grade pupils are
Mn Johnson'i room ninth Dowell Byrum, Doris Claxton putting up a tree There i* a new
I ti grade: high honon-on. Edna Booth,' Winifred Danzey, Ruth Rutland, pupil in the class, Nell Leonhardt, This Store a Depot for:
'. Virginia Ooriey Barbara' Jean Smith, Barbara Gene and an old member, Francis King
Mr. Blackburn'i room ninth Wakef leld, Eugenia Draper, Ernest has returned. .
grade: high honor roll, Madge' Walters I, Bicycles VelocipedesPlay

Thompson Lucille West; low hon The physical education girls are
!* or roll, William McMIchael, The first order for the senot| playing off their volley ball tournament Wagons Tricycles
I vey Rue, Junior Rogers, Har-j rings will be sent Friday Now In the eighth grade Nina *
Murrh' that Christmas .Is near the claw ispreparing I Dyal's side won, and In the last Roller Skates Base Ball
Miss Haydcns room, a Christmas basket for period class Florence Godwin'sside
grddc high honor roll some family that will not have won. Baseball Bats Knives
cm Arthur, Edith much of a Christmas
or roll, Elwtn Cooper M.17I'rOn-j The Pep club attended the lame Flash Lights Guns
son Nina Dyal, Since the Junior boys lost their, last Tuesday night between Delrsyand.
Mildred Field, Laura Mae Felcht P.-T. A. drive, they saw the girls Homestead In the Homesteadgym. .
Mr. Lucas room eighth grade:1 I.I party.Thursday.night at the home It first formed an H on Gifts for GrownupsFishing
t' low honor roll, Goldla Orennel].:'I of Duly Arthur This clam alsoIs Homestead side and gave a'yell > .
W. D. Lott, Joe Plche, Judson giving a basketThe for Homestead, then formed a D !
rtche. Boss Relta Billy Walton 1, on Delray'i side and gave a yell :Tackle Electric Refrigerator*
Howard West, Harry Pierce, Mar* sophomore pupils of Mr. I for Delray.In .
Jorie Webb Moomaw'i home room have drawn Guns Stoves
( Miss Hendershot'i room, sevenths I names and are going to have a the near future the sanitation

grade: high honor roll Norma Christmas tree. They are preparing class will visit the ice plant and .Knives, .; >- Dishes
DrlvklU, Mary Grace English Virginia I a basket The class welcomes I IN how lets is made It" bow :
; Kinner, Doris Warr, tester Eleanor Leonhardt, a new !studying water and Its lilt Sporting Goods. ToolsW.
i Archer, Edwin Booth, Roy Pulleiu pupil I --
+ low honor roll Nina Bullard, Frances i The tenth grade girls are making \i ,. .
Lamb, Betty Jane Meybem, Mrs Field reports that every Christmas candle In home
Rose Peterson, Preston Bird, Archer person sitting around Cecelia: :economic and the rwefth grade .
Dodson Elbert Dolar, Fred Harper has had the mumps. We girl are studying Christmas favors D. .'HORNE CO. k.
Fuchs, Eldred Gilmer, Jack Mc- are wondering If Santa Claus will and dinners.
Mlchael, Jay Newton, James Sulli bring her the mumps as a Christmas i, ,
', present.. Friday night Mrs. The grade mothers and Mrs.
van.Mrs.. Wynn's room sixth trade: Field home room pupils are having Wynn are giving the sixth grade FRANK L. SKILL, Owner
Lamar Dickinson Lewis Eaker a Christmas party at Phyllis pupils a wiener roast tonight The I
Mary Jo Close, Doris Thompson I Parman's home The class is pupils' are making place card out Phone 507-J Homestead, Fla.
Mrs Webb room, sixth grade: having a Christmas tree and will of red paper and green tree to 1 1I

r

I tI ,. I


., : WINTER RATES I



t NOW IN EFFECT 1


for .Jtl training ee perauneni reuJcnce rou will bad s;
'NCI1'cw
the Hotel mora than i urf.ctorpdelightful anldunning
was. b .. 1 atmosphere of fnoadUneM and good fellowship ;1 1I

t I TbMMatb of health seeker hwr found tht magic key *t this bud
;, i: tuUao vim natural methods a* developed by Demur kUcfeliio
; an ndiumlr m..l. No drugs medicines ot operation Kmuhssonind .
;': '''.r ,. through IIIO ..oIi-.. steuo and electric butfx massage and manipulative __
I; ;.,; .. All under fee. supervision of trained health expert.

t ./ '" *" ...... 'r a.- ....,....
./ ( ::.. r4U--.r- aa.1WqAa..wrd.fka

S '.. fw- ,
,)< '. AI! Mnllk CWM* VMMlMMk *..*

,1 MACMlOTk 4.. 4
:: >: A Wrilh trmkUM wail |M<* w
: ... IINU-. i
I'

I .' ,., ''' ;' .,. f i INEXPENSIVE ENJOYABLE COMFORTABLE

;:. all hrlstnias ';' ;. A letter from you will being eoeapta lofarnwtloA mi took efVien i
I Wishing a Merry I
you very
oo obtiftdoa. Find out wta w e have to offer sod die sua*
.. 'f'' annctfans in connection with a health wane, natiet ot knfcc viiit I
and New Years'Alpine
a Happy
; i. .:/ Wlntet alaviit
*, Met are extra melt' +-no cMru- as Inexpaialveas
; ;< ,,: sumac home and a good time ererr Il n_ Congenial. **Msovadinp '
:, .; \ ; : j J. ; eottminrnma meatu*. hikes, wottt, wwntUeii food.
'. .. warn toooH, nttful sleep you will Ittt die hott V "
"f ,
( :.; : ; :. Grove aItJ| Masks foot plum for aa tidy naif to. ;':


,: : '-., 0. PARKER,' Prop.; s* PHYSICAL' CULTURE HOTEL '.ING.DsuuriHe .

t1i ', ". ..' "J' .' .. \ '. )New. Yorktil

:
li'I it........., ,; ..- 'teee4,..loch: "'oolehw'asse uiWrit. ,

7...,
I .
?"I "
...
.



.





today. December 20,1935. LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Fifteen

nwm....-......., ... ... ... A... ..YYYM
Louise Barnes. soda chairman,'


:" The Redland Rattler and hud Those several the present group other sing were songs:"Dreaming"Mr*. Fred'"'rs: A !? I

Redd. Nora Akera, Prlsdlia Freud, L4I I

Br JIMMUt W. HATHAWAY Fern Robertson, Lou Belle and : Ural Insertion 10* a tin. j

... .. ................"........_.__........_......._...__._..................,."."...".._......,,,YwN?..wNNY.wNMYYww.wMMMNawNY i OoMUa i Crenneli, Freda Hancock V a line

... .. .
Kaehact .
Norm and Eloise Goodman -
-
rACVLCT PLAY A SUCCESS This past week has not been
Margaret and Mildred Field.
71e faculty PlW. "The Whole a particularly happy one because
Annabel Redd Katherine Orfan- I'-- FOR RENT l-InstructionFemaleWE
con's Talking", was t howling It was test week. edc, Julie Frances Sullivan Alice
Ktcctas, at least everyone was WILL SELECT several
Sra.th, Katherine William, Frances -TurnUhed bout. All young
rung with mirth when he left Mr*. a L liege, Junior sponsor, King, Iris Capllnger, Louis convenience three blocks business ladles from Homestead vicinity
Mt. Wagner wishes to express baa charge of the Christmas pro Panes Virginia Kinner and Leola I center. Apply Dixie Drug with knowledge of shorthandand
'i appreciation to all who attended gram. When Mrs Magee doesanything Littie typing to train immediatelyfor

bit done right. She has : FOR RENT-Upttaln apartmentwith Secretarial position. Write.

The play mad a net profit ot already\ sponsored two plays I LEGAL NOTICES bath and privilege of Ian Schoeck Secretarial Training,

[about 6750. This money will Halloween party and benefit -I ,\!. Mr. H. & Fitch Kings Box S28, Homestead. (pcIllomlUSCELLANEOUS
fgo mostly for the musicians who show, all of them successes The WgAway East
eomd! from Miami to teach the or- school |is looking forward to a good NOTICE Ot Ctn_ELECTION
NotlM k hardy .I that a a.saral FOR RENT..Florida Sty; turn
t extra i muslo program, and it will get It. ......" U .N for UM cll> of HOMMMJ,
Florid, will W kU M4 *> WU< M Ik*I Jshed<< house with fireplace. Inquire PIANO TUNING and
Council Chamber of MM Chip o. Uw lath t.ea r-nterprJae": repairing
The report cards wjlll not be The acuity, students and reporter .day. of Joinery ..... for UM nnvox WiMtlnc Good used piano for sale cheap

fin-en out until after the holidays wish you all a merrle mere sad Iw MM a Mom cep. ud ill CwiiKllnm of FOR SALE ".': W. E.Koon,113N.W.3rdSt.
{Because of this many student will rle Christina and a happy and Tht.t ull!k will k* oMM4 rt the Mine
,War Miaasbe Bt S eloclt .. m.M ..1 WANTED
have a much happier holiday. prosperous New Year. UM 4V Of MU olMWMI ..4 Will t* FOR SALE-Fat, young turkey,
until luiKtaw f orb ..,.
kept '
"
.., L noon Y. Rrootor, ..._ I. .... ... and I 35c lb. C. S. ADen, Halnlln WANTED-0Furttisbed apartment
pHNNMNYwwNSNYNw. dine*v will U we put a* much Howard Lamb will act .. llnvoolnrt and drive between Krome and Red- y
center of tow ft. WiU rent
W. B. Caw will *rt M Chrk of web near on
II. H. s. NOTES enthusiasm Into this work a* we Urtlon, land roads.N'. (pd20)) yearly: bails. Apply Lader-En
do la our other work or play WltMM my head lkk Itk wv of Poowikir > ,I
........r.rrr..rr,r wNwat.w ,. ; ', IMS. MANURE for rale. AlpUp\ Grove terpriae.RAGS .
Main! ret Field, handicraft PRESTON 8. /aD. Mayne.to" .
Continued From ,y gage fourteen), chairman} gave a program which .. II, iii, IT; 04. 1 Dairy; (d20-27) WANTED-The Lea t...-

In one-Inch lengths with ont-lnclt consisted of talks on table deco- WOMAN'S BIg gur splendid Enterprise will swap classified!
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
[squares of colored paper between ratlonc nd favors and suggestion I Notice Is Hereby Given That condition, tl\, Air*. Frank advertising or subscription for

I for Christmas gifts by Rachael C E. Ekhenberger holder of State Hauiunan. Flytie 20. wiping rugs. 7c a pound allow-
iFrlday the (jupU* #f the sixth Oossmai and Margaret field.and County Tax Certificate No. ed for clean rags, white or color
grads are giving thr mct play, FOR SAUP-Frftb-lftgi. No Sun- eeL Knit underwear preferred.
q ChrUtmas Carol" by Dickens day saloi Mri frank Irwin,

In asjembly, 408 N. E. lit Ave. (dd-20) ItEAL ESTATE
. ___ I i
j 'Wii Ray' room has made Santa TOMATO PLANTS-C. F Talbot, SMALL HOUSE and lot In Narsn-

I [Claus poster It has tree also Silver Film and Richard Road Ja. P. O. Box 2820, Miami, Fla.

J i Miss Ray citizenship honor (n29U) (ad20)BUG

i n 14. a* fODJt, Joseph; Connor, SETS or t baby jar of tropical
I Billy .Simmons, Jane Fucha, Jen- Jellies,assorted cclophane wrap VALUE! 8-room home.
Furnished All city Improvement -
5hie Hardy, Katherine Kelly, Gen e''
I ped, packed In carton ready for *, The word BARGAIN has
Junior MlKtfetta, Aida Connor -
mailing II Mailing charge 25cMr butI
been greatly overworked
[ and Virginia HlUlard.Mrf. .
*. Bertha Edwards, Redland
I do not hesitate to say that this
road between Plummer and Coconut *
I la Bargain. Price
Big
property a
Bird' pupil will have n
Palm drive (nUt)
furniture bed linen
[Christmas tree today In their room I including
and table linen dishes now
[Francis Sctjerr I* out with the 36032, imied the 7th day of Auogust
reduced from 13,100
seats. A. U 1833. has flied same In $2,200
Fine furniture and plenty of It
my office and ha mad application -
.Ur*. Fifield'i fourth grade is for a tax deed to be humid H. A. Cameron. (dlltf) a p

making Christmas booklet It: thereon Said certificate embrace REAL ESTATE-Those who want
i a beautifully decorated tree I the following described property to buy or sell Redland District
-' I In the County of Dado, State of ;
Florida, to-wlf: real estate will find up-to-date
f bells out at red and green pa- Treat Yourelfto NEV of NWVi ot SW%. S 304 listing in our office Many ot

r have beer ,-bads, and decorateWim Our ft of WK! of NWVi of NEV4 of them listing are .tI
of
MUs- rrtj +atoom, and gifts _____' a New Car or One SW V. in Section 34, Township' normal price We shall P
.have becn,4>lAced on. the ChristM" 56 South Rang 3D East,, containing elate either your InqUlrle'ji": with

tree ','to! BETTER USED CARSAS 13 acres more or leu, i lit your listings, all of which wu, n
... I the County of Dade, State of
1 -- Florida have our bent attention. Now I*

'? Miss Jnckson'i, Miss Ray' and A CHRISTMAS GIFT The assessment of laid property; i the time to buy. B. W. Morris,
j'MIN William (juplU visited Mrs under the laid certificate Issued now associated with H. A. Cameron f

dwards' room; to see the (manger was in the name of G. W. Mat, N. W. 1st St., in Citizen
.,'scene and hear the story of the theM Bank Bld(. Phone 72. i
birth ot the Christ dUld.J Unless laid certificate shall beredeemed I

has this week. Ask him according to law the' ACREAGES AND GROVES
FRED SUBER a special
Santa Clause that Will move property described therein will I specialize in Redland properties.
elr arm and legs are being made about that 1933 Plymouth Coupe. New Paint and I be sold to the highest bidder at, Send me your lilting of property
iby; the motor completely overhauled In Au the court-house door on the first I for tale
pupils of Miss Jackson's upholstering, Monday in the month of January,
f room The class welcome Henry gust. Priced right, too. 1836 which 1* the 6th day of January ] CHARLES t BROOKS
,Leonhardt of North Carolina. The 1836. 110 N. E. First St., Miami

i grade boy brought this class Dated this/ 27th day of November
Drtoirf n ko and a* k
said non-mlitant
i Christmas tree. 1831 bomb required K appear M .... Bill W
E, B Leatherman, Clerk of 'pletnt I" In_ one Wr'.r. '

it.,, The kindergarten hat a CfirUt- 1928 Ford Sport Coupe-priced cheap to sell Circuit Court of Dade County _.awry_,11I.tho Ibo a.Hub.. den... '" .eerer..... Itlll!.Wall><.
Florida. By N. G bier- W -- M MflUmxt *.,. .H DcfclUl -
relt, D. C ..1.
J 1932 Ford Tudor-new paint, good shape (Circuit Court Seal) b tarsier endued that .t Christmas present For the pastfew (Nov. 28, Dec. fl, 13, 20) one In Ui.a Uovkv mock .ter Knunro rm' .ranMiiitlTCrMk a ;

weeks they have been making' 1930 Ford Sedan-Just what you need I. ... CNait Q.rrM.Wta. JdiNM. ,. pufclUtwo Dec., t 1016L In MM CvuMy sad state JfwiM
This
Christmas posters. f Ir.M l I. tl.rid.. ,
paaly LdATHLatdA air the
i 1 '' "*"""' shape ydth.aa'. .4". serf,... a. 'kcc1@ts
L.j.ii.i.i Truck paint good CourtLup .
,..."!.- NNN,Y..N..',,...CT,, 1931 Chevrolet -new 1W tCJoI LKNNFH Ae It4""L. 1.I.tIf.! ClmiH r. j ojwid, Bomtr rbwi.fClmlt ..
......I'I"KUa U. ;
HiH t"a41i'L. 50sta1.AKt.LY
f HOMESTEAD 441 CLUBBy 1931 Chevrolet Cab Truck-A-l 'condition .n&.t. fIl'Vrf i o.n tar CalhylilnHliD
By Leola Utttl I /t .p tonne 't:" Oppa 1 1. ( *>. S. ... an, N 1 ...... SI
-_....._""."..._'.",--,_..,... 1929 Reo Sedan-looks fine, priced right lira blll filed.Howtoft in the H..*l paid the. too"Itohnifant thatAetOn -

When the .-11 girl met last 1933 Chevrolet Sedan-new paint, good tires I SUM tlwrata of turn Vlnrkto** ,ta and a If a.-emidi.t a _11Io.' ..of< New the I NEWT G. BALL
,...
Tuesday, they ,brought candy York. N.e York 1 that dev.r" add d
isle twWe. N .nknowa UK plaintiff' I II ,
which was sold at noon that day. 1928 Ford S. W. Base Truck-low priced knCai pirUraUrlr 10 knmn In pour pUln.tMf .: vat+ry Pa1l1N"In
Louise Borne, Freda Hancock, I hfe iMlllne .. oo>ln.t ........ h rare
of Un WorM Ttlnm. Now York City;' ; IXMIUMK AND
f Norm and Eloise Qossmao did the 1931 Ford Sport Coupe, mechanically good t furtk or nor ptrtkraltf. twld.nr. N'.DREIJ 1AXFb:
M. ..... .
,: telling. 4wr.ixf.nw ft Htiut of I. U unknown :

Now that Miss Norton ha said 1S28 Ford Tudor-good transportation at a I !i. UM, now** that* VUrtiU.thM* Uw b m Mniw Mrm of I H N. Krouia A.*,
l' that alt record book are to be a summa .. Ckuwr ISM wtwcn ass '
bind nek IMoBotM and tkM k li
< -I
r written In ink we should have cheap price I W twin* iMi yat+. WANT ADS PAY
"it'a
tome that are a credit to the club, TUEMEPOBB OBDERKD: : that

I I. i

jI WHEJlIT'SAN i TO ALL OUR FRENDS WE WISH A MERRY CHRISTMAS

Deming Pumps and Water Systems
AND A HAPPY AND PROPEROUS NEW YEAR. .

Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe


Bird Chevrolet Co. I Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps y


i Aermotor Windmills
W. .. BID, Pre. r. T. StTJEE, Vke-pre J. L BIRD, See.

T Phone 98 Homestead, Fla. I! Call phone or write for my prices X



,1 R. MAGRUDERFactory r

:; .twrma us.... usa K : .
EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING Agent '!


Central, Service StationG. HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP I I III. Phone Bayview 521 3121 Main Highway I I

W DRIGGERS, Prop. D. JVtOUSE.V rrop. : Coconut GroteTHE
I II
MIONH S2M: HOMESTEAD! FLA. 10 X Brrai A.*m. MMB lied i:I .- -__ J






.. .., i.r ",' ._



-. ...- -

.- ; -- :-.-- .. .. -- :




+
I.Lf. \. .\ ... .J'T.: : !,\ iI .f j!. ,
------,- __ .., .!I'HI! IL'EAuEn:..JjN'TERPRISK l"rtaay; Decemberf&imSynopsis -'

... .. ....
: I HOLD FESTIVAL NEXT MONTH be held at Winter Haven Jan. n
of Potato Act Is Given
I FLORIDA CITY to Feb 1. Official state the show

: In Question and Answer FormA Whiter Haven.!' Dec IS-Work to win be bluer and bettor than
(Continued From Page Twelve) now progressing in the erection of ever with many new feature all
Mr W. D. MeRae of Palmetto ,exposition buildings to house the Intended to advance the welfare
from Pace Mine) to expected this week to spend the 1B3C Florida Orange< Festival to of riortda'i great citrus industry.
stamps an required to be attachedto winter" with her broUivMn-law
the containers. At the time of I and sister, Mr. and Mm J. 11 Dix-
such first sale. the seller and purchaser z on.

shall execute a memorandum .JNluslb ......... .J4lmorioa.Lemretmt,.
of sale in triplicate (form to,
Tom Cohernour went the week
secured of!
be from the collector
at his home here attending to till
Internal revenue) The original
farming Interest
copy will be filed with the collet
( tor by the seller the duplicate retained I a.Edssund. 19
if 07 him and the triplicatecopy I l The Florida City school will
held in the possession of the i have a Christmas tree and program 91 tl FfeoJer SL 60 RE.Rrt St
purchaser At the time the stored this afternoon.

disposed Mr. Klick returned recently I MIAMI'S CHRISTMAS GIFT CENTER I

file the triplicate copy of the memorandum from Fairmont, w. V*.
1. of sale. with the collector
and at that time will turn in to Mr and Mrs. Hubert N. Barnes Here
the collector all excess stamps due of North Haven, OMUL, art expected are
to shrinkage In the weight of potatoes this week.A .
while stored. The tax attaches Lowe sad Dorothy

at the time of the tint sal Face ta 'King Be4eenea *tBreMway" benefit fish supper wtU be
and it due on the weight of the potatoes a fast coaMdyaVanut given at the Community Church
at that time-not when playing at the Grove this
y evening by the Ladle AidSociety. .
they are withdrawn tram storage Theatre !. Ceeeml Grove, Sunday .
Q. Where can specific information Mewdty and Tuesday.NUU.DDIG .j .
and Instructions on any question .
: la connection with the potato INCREASES CARD OF THANKSWe \
wl h to hank the
act be secured citizensand .
Jacksonville. Dee,;11 (FNS)- merchants of Homestead for "
A. U it relates to the payment of
An Increase of nearly 100 per cent their assistance to helping to .
tax therewith or regulations la conecUon was shown in,building construe: 9'uteatheetAUCL uM, .-' I :: ::. '. ..
sued information can recorded :, ,. : f: fJ .
Uen M from Florida I .
be secured baa,the collector of internal f
t, .
revenue. Inquiries concerning cities during the month of November : !\ ;' I )) .
allotments to producers as against the same month ayear CARD Of THANKS : ': To Do Jastks, -.
'lOt.ell.., to figures released I wish to thank all who were..aikind .
*11C. should be directed to local
county agents of the United States by the Florida Slate Chamber during the illness and death ; .. to the pJldttteulns
department of agriculture. Questions ttf Commerce. November, 193 of my mother, Mrs. 1Uy1>um. The]' :' '. BOO
shows a total of faM1.42l while beautiful flowers were appreciated.j .
relating to imports should be 'A
referred to the collector of cus the same month last year showed very much. > '. I ,r, : ,.,
toms. permits totalling only 1583338. MRS. W. a CAVES, ,Jr}] : ,'; "
:
4 :
,
1 .,. :
t Mass to BeHeld

on Christmas Eve The Most Beautiful I

Electric Refrigerator in America!
:Midnight mill I* announced for
S. Christmas Eve at the Church of .'
the Sacred Heart On Christmas SEARS "SuperSix"COLDSPOT .
I morning there will be manes at 9

and at id o'clock. Confessions will .....
be beard on Christmas Eve from

A V to I Vclack and from 7;39 tot .
IO
'
Solid color brocade -
'AchillHo smartly tailored with
: deep shawl collar Brown,
A 'j' .n \. maroon or navy.
k1! ass .1, j
\ <.
THEATRE 4.95

COCONUT GROVE .-
-
.: |Shows T and t Admission tSr ,I.
AD wool flannel of contrasting -
Matinee Bat and San lit
colon
brown
i IIto6V.a+. with tan, black with red,

SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY maroon with grey, navy
with grey French blue

... lee; : with powder blue.

:'1i ::,....MLa.L1YMa.MEDWRO 7.95

i t 1 100ERxtrat l


( r, 1\; silk Silk--with silk lined solid Patterned trim and 4 '

,. Navy, wine, or
'U bin .
IIIW1.\
I \ .

Maj; Bowes ea the Some 14.95
t I
VVfcUMMDAY THRU FRIDAY .
j Holiday Matinee I p. m. Xmas Brocade silk lined. A
Jt r n 't sumptuous robe of all-
i over brocade with contrasting .'a
piping and fringe.
Navy or wine. '4

F 11.95

'
I Velvet silk trimmed _
I
silk lined Rich looking
I velvet In wine, or navy
I with satin trim.
rL searn second Floor i '
I '
t 19.95 ,,


f JI J ( $5 Down I' Cocktail Jacket111 wool,

jl Extra New 'March *f Time" $9.50 Monthly :1591? i with shawl collar, sash
and
(Small Canning (Charge pocket facings of
nice I polka dot silk. Black,
J i brown or maroon.
< W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE Bur It at Seam Easy Monthly Payments. This
model compares with others now Belling at $198. i 1.95P

6UPER.8IX COLDSPOT QUALITY FEATURES
'I fIRR ALTO STORM. AND LIFE Finger-tow Traj Release It Point Cold Control
Phone M.U Aetomaito Interler Light The "1God..;" fee YeteIS I
Office la MoCrery Arcade Sq. Ft Shelf Space tables ,

1(3 lee CMbes! QolcUyt Automatic Defrost I w

Streamlined! Beautifully proportioned and finished in Easy-
Edward Stiling to-Ctain Duluxl The hardware; i* unusually massive* a
touch of the bar opens the door Here I* the box every homemaker I
I Real Estate d r e a m s of finding Christmas morning Greater Storage :
: General Insurance economical operation, and beauty you never expected at I
this I
FLORIDA CITY. FLA.Cor. price
Pats Ass end .t"v O OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS 1


SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.BfseayBe .

( BoHtevareV lltb to lllk Streeta. MIAMI)
: 1
; VIC ,



: \

"'" VAlhlb.ti **-