The leader-enterprise
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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00104
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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4 4 Employees Given Raise i Present ''Over-production

. By City Council Mon- Would Be Shortage

day Night I Say Chandler


Work HBraowwslyf} '

, Harris :Asks More '. Stricter. Maturity Laws r

Pay for Chief Predicted in Near

Four city employee weN given
cause tor extra rejoicing over the The present output pf citrus t II
Christmas season when the city over-production In the fact of the
council voted night to
Monday and
present system of distribution
increase the salaries of Chief of
Poll,. O. H Sullivan, Mrj,LensKnowtei. i "Inadequate' promotion but will I

4I assistant city }!ark.and il Proprt.jidyertlalijg the existing
light and water department bookkeeper } fcreage of citrus In the failed\
; W.... huler, light and I States could not begin to supply
lineman and T. T. Bowen
power the, demand, L L Chandler e*
assistant night operator at the
light and water plant and collector Goulds, told the Lions Club of the

of colored town water revenues.. Redland District Tuesday night in
The salary of the police chief I talk explaining the purpose and
was raised from $121 a month to
the problems of the Florida Citrus
$190;the assistant city clerk'i,from
Commission\ which he U a member
$75. to (89: that of the lineman .
from $100 to 11)9; Mr. Bowen'.
from $50 to $60, plus hU commission Three statutory provisions
of 29 per cent of the oollectton which have helped the commission
in its effort to promote the Interests
he makes in colored town, at
heretofore. of tlie citrus industry |t|

Councilman(Continued Frank on Pale B Rue Nine light) 60 Needy Families to Get Christmas "LAND OF SNOW"SENDS \ ,Florida shipments hose requiring, Mr.Increasing Chandler standardization the mid matur-, are of

Cheer Through Donations to Fund I ity requirements, and providingfor
; SAKES BLOODY advertising ol Florida citrus
products lie predicted that It
A, Christmas Cheer fund af $200 and several fraternal organization HOMESTEAD would not be long before the maturity -
FROM CLUBBING, plus contributions of food In bar- have made smaller donations, law will be rewritten and

rels placed in the stores, and toys and Bird Chevrolet Co. contributed I made much more strict In order

JAILS HIS MAN repaired and repainted by the fire $19. In. addition there was a Shawnee Boys Had First I that shipping an end of Immature may be put fruit to the

department indicated that approximately balance of $30 left over from the Warm Xmas on Visit
--- Florida Is at a disadvantage In
60 needy families In the fund raised last when
year Year
Refrains From Shooting Here Ago the matter of making pro-irate,
. Redland District would get baskets agencies Miami
In supplied many the citrus commission member
Beruek Negro Who
that would feed both the stomach baskets of food. This year the Some forty boys: of the Middle said. Florida pro-rate are made
, Took Nightstick and the soul on Christmas day, it only other knew supplementary West who one year *go first know Wednesday, California make
was learned from George N. Wake- basket will be those supplied by Christmas as a day of warm sunshine Its pra-rates on Thursday and
Haw policeman W H. Sykes the county through its welfareworker ,flowers and palm trees when Texas u yet has ae pro-rates, ha
:yielded to the pleas of negro bystander field, chairman of the Christmas Mrs. Bush. they arrived here to be guefa of said so if there Is a shortage in e
, an drefrained from shooting Cheer committee, just before this Through the generosity of the the Homestead Future Tanners any particular] market later In
.a negro who grabbed4 the paper want to press. community," Mr. Wakefield said, of America, have seat a Christmas \ the week when trading I* brisker -
a icer's night stick away from The benefit moving picture show "it appears that there will ba greeting to Homestead fa) care California or Texas can profit
him and clubbed him with it, was livenly th, Seminole' Theatre enough money food and toy ta 11 of the 1eader.Lpterprise.. accordingly while Florida must y
told fay witnesses at the prelimh last Saturday night netted the fund take care of ta needy' this Here I* the greeting a* enclosed hold to the pro-rate set early in
nary trial Monday night of Floyd $154 50. The Rotary Club and the Christmastlde. On behalf of the I with a letter to the editor of this the week.
Lewis colored, charged with age Lions Club have each contributed committee, which represent the newspaper from H. D. Garver, adviser Chandler said he was one of the
gravated assault on Sykes early 129, the Woman's Club of Homestead various civic club of the district,I of the Shawnee-Mlsslon six members of the commission
. Sunday; morning., Lewis was bound the Junior Woman' Club I wish to express appreciation for I Chapter, Future Farmers of who voted to take the pro-rates off
wee to Dada County criminal
the whole-hearted co-operation America dated Pea, .S, 1m: entirely during tie Christmas holiday
court of record by Justice of the
accorded our effort by the pub- because It was absolutely
Psaea Sid L. Kendrick of Home- -rouci: COVET "Merry Christmas from Shaw- season
stead. Sewn Degrees wen triM sn 1\*." 409-Mission" to Homestead! I necessary to the small grower .
; and to have na restrictions
According to 'testimony a* Sykes mayor's court Monday by Acting "It Is With heartfelt sincerity shipper .
walked Into Branson' place In Mayor Tom J. Karris. Rotes Exchange Gift that these words are expressed by I at this aeason.He
, colore.4 town about 1 a m. Sua. James Kenncf and Joseph At Wednesday Meeting those otII who, one year ago, pointed out that Interpretations
day In the; teams of making kis Thomas both charged.wlWl speeding first knew Christmas as n day of I of the control board are notalways
petrel' Lewis blankety-blanked and reckless driving were each warm sunshine flowers, and palm In keeping with the full intentions -
about the law,"and the policemen sentenced to pay a five dollar fineor Exchanaje of Christmas gifts, tree*. Snow and Ice have already of the board because the
tapped him In the rib with his serve six days In jail Flossie with many taking the form of practical visited u* here In the Mid- Interpretations are made In Washington -
night stick and warned him to and Blanche Fordson, fighting joke, was the feature tie Writ, and more is eartaiq to -by parson not as familiar t
cut lilt the loud cursing. The negre each ether, received like sentences. scheduled for Wednesday's meeting follow. Perhaps it may seem a with conditions in the Florida citrus
wheeled, yanked the stick; away Tro110bnlOn, disorderly of the Homestead Rotary Club. little colder, knowing that I In another industry as are the members of
from Sykes, and grappled with the was given a sentence of COIIduct./I Also on the program was a place grope are growing the commission.
policeman Sykes, his bead held or 1J day In Jail. Audrey final report of the Rotary Club's people... swimming outdoors Members of the Lions Club had
down by the burly black, pushed disorderly, was sentenced pay representative on the Christmas i and the trees never lose their their Christmas tree Tuesday night
lAw against the wU but could a five dollar fine or serve six Cheer committee, who are George foliage. and exchanged 10 cent lifts to the.ccompaniment
not prevent the negro from wield-] In jaiL O. Foster, charged days] Wakefield. Paul Reynolds and Roy I "Very likely Florida tend found I. of bursts of laugh
(Continued on Pate Seven) disorderly conduct, was Chandler, (Continved on Pag Three) ter.

Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, December 25, 1986It

Pentecostal: Church: The New Years party will be service will .be held Bvcryone
Christmas of 1936 Finds Florida ,
Announces Program I held at the Homestead Presbyterian ''in: the strict Is cordially Invited
: Church and Miss Eleanor Hol-i I to .be present
Farmer,With Increase.Income. ferty will.be In charge. I
A CtyfeMias program Ifivei bel I
The will at t
I given at 7:SO Christmas)a program begin p. :I
I Gainesville, Dock 3S--CbHMiflMi ness meeting ,;n. the *;...- the Pentecros al Church in Could*; m. and each church will take a Turner'sFuneralHome
3 rind ttw flartda farmer hi gram, and pie vU be under the direction. Mm John two mIMIte part on the program' I 14.UR AMRILANCE CERVICE
better financial condition than he served at the close of thr batmen After the program games win be
H. Stroud, wife of the pastor of the I
has been In at Chriatma time In meeting played and marshmallows will be Lady Attendant

at,toil yean A student night service will be church.It will consist of Christmas music )toasted on the church lawn. I[ Phone U4-R HomMtMd.

To support this statement officials -. given Sunday evening at 7:SO by class songs, songs by the Sunday At midnight a candlelight r.a.'i
of the State Agricultural Extension college students home for the school, duets, recitations and 4
Service point to an Increase holidays. Miss Katherine Harper dialogues.All .
of about IS per cent In agricultural Is program chairman for this meetIng are cordially Invited, says I II IMI'
income for 1938 over that of Music will be furnished bya Stroud. ,
I93S Total receipts for late of quartet composed of Mir Valera
farm products and federal payments Fitch. MIA Lola Walker, Miss I ,I
during the nine months period Christine Hughes and Mill Harper. Caroling Party j
from January through September Plans Completed
of this year were $80.934,-
Following la the program for i
000 as compared with the total of
$68.451.000 for the same period In Wednesday evening: 'Silent Night"by Ftonf Mr 8 Chrlstsyiu cajoUstfj
!11135. ; congregation wttfc p\aIIO-aeIDr- pan and i New Ytf ft V* few-!
dIon accompmiment! by Mfr rational program and party ward
Monthly receipts from the salt Margaret Berger: Scripture read- completed at a meeting of the directors -
IIIlrm products In September Ins, Carol Walker; prayer, Rev, C of the Redland District
strikingly Illustrate the Increase In N, Walker; primary department Young People Union in the First
in:' me For September 1036 they 7
exercises: junior and intermediate Baptist Church Sunday afternoon.'
totaled $3144000, as compared exercises; hymn; visit of Santa 1$
with ft.091000 for the same monthIn Claus. Member of the caroling party, r
193S will leave the Baptist Church In'
trucks at 8:30: Thursday night togo
Increases In the prices of farm
Stalled"It and In '
to the homes of pastors *
products: are responsible for most Is very hard to drive si bargain vallds in the district The Rev>
.f the Increase In farm Intome, the ," said the fellow who had Qeo. E. Deuel win lead the ling j,
extension workers say A rela* bought a car for $10.00.-Ex. Ing 1 May Santa
lively small portion of the total
receipts was agricultural payments I I'S'

by the federal government. ''''''''. "' "I..II-Y" -. ..". '>>r. .... ...-
During the parted*om January .r.J "' FULFILLYOUR EVERY DESIRE *-
I to April t, Florida citrus brought : .\?
a price double that received during 001 .JI _.. "
the tame period In 1933 Clt- I :. ..:,-IS THE SINCERE WISH OF ,- ".' ". .

rui growers are hoping the new .. .'. ,,
year will bring I change in the "r>, ? "- ': '*'?
present market prices of fruit and ---
that the first three months of 1937 IrM.N -. ,
will see prices equal to or better car I
than those paid In the first quarter 'Y. D. HORNE COMPANY, Inc. ',
of 1938 .
Hogs brought good prices duringthe '
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year l "Frank L. Skill, OwnerSeason's
Gross receipts from peanuts and
several other crops were higher
than they were In 135 ........ "
The extension men stress the
point that not increased production SUCceSS ot0 Va
ti but higher prices are mainly one
responsible for the rise In Florida \ eqe1 Yaw
farm Income this year. car ClnatoY
Christmas 193S found the Florida uYi ,tn\\1 ;'aMToyouar evrl
farmer In better financial condition wewia
than he was In 1934, but .I1)sfc'e t.edn .
Christmas 1938 tops both :years In :
farm incomePrograms. \\ \\\to\1
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Baptist Church: tn" \J ABU Isi'r\ .\\
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The annual meeting of the First }"
Baptist Church will be held In the K

church Thursday. Dec 31, at 7:30a I GreetingsAt
'clock, Mrs. Vera Summerlin sateaa'I
Is arranging the program. A busi

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this, season.of the year we pause to thank out petronl'and -

friends for their patronage and good wishes_ In,: .

turn we wish them every success and happiness .For

the future wit pledge ourselves to strive ever. to serve In
more complete and satisfying ways. A Merry Christmas .
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i J I Sincere and Hearty Greetings

oj To you and yours. Good health and prosperity be with you on I.I I.

these glad holidays,and may the coming year,bring

a store of glad tidings., -; HARRY'S WELDING( SHOP'

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t Portable Eleetrlo and Acetylene Welding. Cylinder flecks,
I I FLORIDA EAST COAST FERTILIZER CO. CrUader H.a*.. Alomtaams CsiUnrs sod BcOers.Aajtouetlv .. ,

Modeled Bepalring Catering to garages in wets
FRANK B. RUE Manager
hearts pearls aael earned namliic, eaanecllng n4..ar" ''
: : and baring and cylinder berbI,. ._ ", ".1

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j t Continued from Page 1)) tee ("..cvrr!' COURT or YEN 'r ,
Aim rein DAD COVMTT rLO IDA. I !
O. IMA PorMi
its way Into} our shoes, for wt ... see MI .. rVr wr r Gal..".. I
all MMr BB Intent data* to retijrn =- '. lUrrl. tad his wK..--0.-1
OMTX 4 lUmw 1..
to the place we M thoroughly .......... Nona a fntt Otm mt. .
1" tad lust one year afo Each .... M..t Bn* a Tim_ONOTICC .....I'.I''I'iIMooo.
'Rpd d.s0. -
, oO$ win remember last Chrlatirtw Fats lai-
v HT,-jyhen our motor car I
c mwn!led into Homestead OF lALferlrtuo I'

'J 14tt In the evening The warm .' of A UN.....1I..,IOfftl 11-.f that Uw..fiN... sad_..I' Sale at Herman'sOpposite

reception by the Homestead f FAj of ........ esNna4 ., ..... of tile 1.deus
boy and the townspeople, which .f Uw OlmH Overt In and fir bad* Guam- I
tr norM. .. Uw see dor .( Jww. lilt.II. .
began then and lasted for tour me- that mum saute In maw oourt ..... City Hall
In ..... Jooock C. Hold lo the evesw J
raorable days Each of will JJ
ui par- II.. ..nl Md ....... OoUUi and wtto. PtorIN .! J
I tfculerJy remember those days P O.I.U. )I........ P H.rri. ...
j. each .. tMb *> > .
Christmas for all to
year Mr J ':i"t- *1 Hose'
come even though we may be Trust romt >r' H Trvrkw. mt 11.//
vndely scattered Saab nnd tnut Cwtmny, a. or.MmdwH .
ia. t. a H. Kyho, Uw M-cUl I
Q .y ,> : "And eo, from a land of wow .seep a polut.d kr IW court I'. snake thefate
of Uw ln roh.l fort.
prwtrtr < > this
*. tyke to the land of waving palms .1..... will offer for ... u.... Uwf (boxed)
MM this greeting: swats Uw raw oWn In thin a.... M Our store is full of new

abM army Christmas! I Ii Sft ouk .t to Uw tkr wash kkrlwM door and of tko bust Oon.I ku-. 'II' 3 pairs for
i I Cat M '-... Dodo Oo-ntr
| tFirom: aawnee-MiMlon Chap Ptww., : :4tk dv J.ruwr IM7Uw : and useful merchandise $2.45
ter. Future Farmers of America bars of II.iM A. H and t M 1 t
P. M, Uw MM Mine o Semi male. day 0.4kwn
and Idult members of the party the Mine Uw heal bun of main.lh0 that will make nice gift
vjhich viiited Homeitead. Florida tolbwiae p-tat dwerlb.A is maw
I final& Maw. 'wll,
coring the Christmas teaton of North calf Mm fuarwr th. soat
1935" .Q IBEUI N ,:NonkMtt trTwnlgrtkrM. Items for Christmas.
.e INEI4I .0 Meths
I TOwe.hip as amok. ann.. 41
Hungrier. slid the == Q..ee(5Wi windows and vise '
1 N 1.15. (urow See our
"What are you doing here*.*uld (.NW 10 N loa Twaatp-fear 1011. Slips
.t ......,.. II a..u. a._ n r.
'ie woman to the tramp who hadgbt __I.'.. M MM .on .p leus. all Gowns
A over the wall Juat In time to as.dbpe HI lIMo Co..tr. rioriio, us Uw MM It our store. .
.per. W noor k Uw Pajamas
> ONlma.t Uw.Ctork.
the bulldog ..
Mw-O.s4 hi said Iw
j"Madam," he said with dignity Dod C.. ..,. rferMh.Dotoi Dance o''
t Minot lIMo
'B did Intend to request something this Ik* trd ..** W P..i..Conor kii. IM*riorkta. Seta
ft ..ti but all I auk now fa that K AL kTLRa.
le aIo' ... in Cb.ae.ei.
the Interest of humanity 'Ou'U aEDrlAIUf a rUaEI" 69c
feed this dog,"-Ex. .....,_ tar CoM.Io'..."
(Des. 4. 11. I0.U. 19n.Jae.1. Inf.\ to

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Homestead, Florida i iI CoatsTIES


-GpOiyjNEWS for the busy business man as well I

sit for the habitual last minu'te gift buyer is our '

crisp new stock of useful electrical appliances. : Boxed

You will find just what you have been looking for. 75c Sale


5 Piece Coffee Urn Set The New Sunbeam plain or initialed

Greclari:pJtUrn, metal bandleiIvorr Automatic Mixmaster 75c to $1.25 $6.95

frfclned faucet handle
Gold Lined Sugar Bowl and A atream-lined beauty AIlxM i

Creamer Large Chromium Tray and beats more evenly Most

to malcn. Makea t cupa of perfect efficient Juice n&rador.I I Sorts

drill coffee autom Uo lly Complete act

-the water drip ai U .......
_Complete set $22.50 / Make Useful

$32.50 Gifts Largest Stock of

The Twin Waffle Iron LADIES' SHOES

The AU-Purpose Electric ARROW in town
t Mounted on tray. makee two
at once. One cord heato both SHIRTS
Something MW I
Only $2.00 $1.95
The grille In the Ud sakes potalble -

broiling, frilling, touting .
and tap browning U additive Others and

to roasting, twkioc. boUlagofaamlng .

said frytatv It would ,
j rr 95c
be welcome .. ass ham. The New NALCO $2.45
Complete with all Becea.ry
..*.. Water Softeners $1.19

$25.00Electric Soft water by jut turning a $1.45 MEN'S PAJAMAS

faucet Never before hat soft

water been ao convenient and

Toasters economical to enjoy No liwtalUU -

.a Beeeoaary. The Naloo '
1395 to fl>95 softener pays for Itself In MY- r 1

logs of soap, clothing and work. 'I
ELECTRIC IRONS SIX Complete with neceaaary hose I

,......*. Special at connections Sale

eves.-- $3.95 $22.55 Price c

$1.95' $L19
The. Redland Appliance takes this

up $1.95

opportunity to wish you one and alla

+ a for W. lAY Douglas Shoes. 52.45



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3 Paw THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, December 25,1936 !i I

When In need of first M.MtIt 1
\ LEADEREXTERFRISE'Published printing phone 1 fee__Ums
THE ew.
m fLORID,." I HLI J\\ I appreciate roar yaare"LeaderEnterprise. **. n.

i Fridays at Homestead ., ... j8 J II'r ,"i I II
FU., by the South Dad ss as a911Ia,
Publishing OaAKClIER .
l r. .t R Oyr
NS ..._.__ Editor 4P
rtp TilE na: ; ,
Enter H attend claaa maJ COCOrfOT bEortshows
matter March d. If M. at the port
? and I Admission tfc
office at Homestead under fLO&IDASr
Florida Matinee Bat and Sua, tM R
the act M March I, UTt.StB. r CANNON ttotft tru ,t: }
t I PBICK. pale A YEAR ML1 WAS Sun, Mon., Tues. I

+ Incarnation"And SAMAbVN Dec. 27, 28, 29 ,. jf

when He came, ANCIENT n TNi'NII'D The Dionne t
+ STATES ... ,
; There was no room for Him within '
I the Inn. Quintuplets
\ Strange words are those! TOTEM
I But stranger atill the truth that irt: the mot novel acid

;, now POLE suspenseful picture ev>r
In all bur vaunted Christian
.: world, FOUND made. ); ,ac
There la no (room for Him within
the Inn. /N "REUNION"With <
What li the Inn!
And where the place that holds no
rest for Him? i JEAN IIERSIIOLT '
And whose the hand that bars 1
the door Rochelle Hudson, Helen Tin: ?
Against the Lord. and Master ot non Slim Sununervllle RoVer*. r,

Us all 'i', *,.,t 1 Kent, Dorothy Peterson, Jefen .
We are the Inn; i QMlen. Alan Wnehart.: J: ft-
i And ours the home where Christ ward Bromber, late linden t:,
f cannot abide; I
And Ours the hand that shuts Tom Moore George Ernest,and 4
Him out t : :Hontaga Love
And leaves Him homeless In the ,1It
h dark and cold. t "

Forgive them, Lord=: e Rrrisr "
In far-off Galilee, they knew Thee DR. M. A. l3EUGE1 I;
not! 1-
But, we today, we know Thee '$WF MoVSILAN Dentist '
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: well, OAHtOMUaatfM .
,s And knowing, open not the fast-
closed door. I II. i 36- N.. Krome .Avenli'O"Upstairs Jj

I. Wilt .,_. .. .. r 5
Thou, our Lord T I" - ?":, '

\ O Son World of God Incarnate In the JJlLoaCfl totem poles are hmmO lIt MweU Caloosa tedium about the Tear 1CTO) Of ilea Hours 8:30()-..:4I30J'
f I aced with the far north a gemslse feAGLK: : the aniaai of lOath Florida contain many ,
Forgive our stubborn hearts that DPEN' E's- ,t1S
; TOTEM has bean found in Florida R wall \. + I' No will Thee at I covered near ft. large Indian mound West of take werlik On of tin most interesting la the CAN Af1'OUfTllvr. : .,,
Iqnger keep standing
('n, to, f( the door. M. in Florida Okeechobee k/ Melton Norton In 1921. Late It h' BALI, TREE of Fort Myers. According to I 1 lit-
Christian Advocate I was procured for the Florida State tttoeMn "7 W. M. Baaiw, tf KM rift, It II a tree .t tie
t Director T. Van Hyring That the tpeeloMts cfehi humid! forests of Couth America and be. -I
: Origin of Christmas Which has bee rudely ahaptd from heart Pint, Wet to the Monkeyfamily. iIi large harm DR. .
.U very ejicleat li quIte evident n..ll Aft feet, tai an Incomparably beautiful and have a sweet.
The celebration of December 28 tore Withes high, but was iirobabl much taller *fc* odor. The add fruits ate about I Ihchei lit.r1r1na11)
; In memory of the birth ef Christ '. It la believed to be the work of till diameter and neatly resemble rusty ean&5a billl.If .
r 4 dates from the fifth century, before Office Bonn 9 ealigfin3 .. >zi
which time It was observed i .lIDbiate iiJ
by have known namtjKrls And Grapefruit ,
the some thought to orlgl- been by many a
conjointly with feast of the Closed larutaFree : ;
i Epiphany on January 6. Dated In GermanY. Krlngte BL Nicholas, Knecht Rup- "What Is the tactful way for a ,
I, Inasmuch ai the exact date of The use of evergreen decora I recht, Robin Goodfellow, and other girl father to let her boy friend Parking'80clt?
Christ birth, or even the year, li tlona, particularly mistletoe has *. In Germany, an ugly know it is time to leave?"
I unknown, the annual observance been observed since the time) of hunch-backed dwarf known at "He may casually pass through 17(4 N. W. IITIC ..ToII.III"tl
Is in commemoration of the event the Druldi In the Middle Ages the Grampus was supposed to carry the room with a box of breakfast PHONE '-miFour : :9Soiladel
rather than at the anniversary of festivities Incident to Christmas off naughty children Instead of food.-Ex.
1 I IU actual occurrence. were marked by wildly hilarious rewarding them 'with presents
The Christmas tree, an almost proceedings These called forth : Although it draws Its symbolism i
universal ) Inlwd d mon trance from church authorities :1 from many sources, both Christianand
i from the Egyptian use of a palm who deplored the tendency to: began' Christmas remains one' \. .. ,
t branch of twelve shoots to signify I, stress the festive rather than the I of the meet Important and widely I "" ,. ....1 jI
the co plated year"e custom which serious significance of the ChrJat-1) observed tivalal'f the 'ear-a" t
"' prevajled long before the Christ-I mil teaion. I'*asoh'ofTPeac* bas Earth; flood 'n
. Ian er lI. Its present The mythical Santa Claus hat Will Toward Men. I
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l TURKEY DMa orated for the occasion oil a com Myron GrenncH Made 11Ii. | .'

tallies headed by Mrs. A. Vr y, P. U. President
', Hutchinson Mrs. Harold Sheffield, I
president of the Legion Auxiliary,
Myron Grennel) was elected a
{ : was assisted arranging and canrying president ef the Senior B. T 1'.
out the event by the following i of the riot' Baptist Church
committee chairmen: Mrs I day night,*r& Miss Ellen Vann*U'I b
George W. Turner general chairman made vice-president Other
, |Fea&"anx!1 Program Given ; Mrs. Geronlme, hospitality: I ficers elected were: secretary
fo|Me \Denilmd Fam- Mrs. Orlander, seating, Mrs. La Nellie Mae Martin:
r Kendrick,
mar program Assisi Francis Irwin, cotre
| ilies..unday. i In serving the dinner went Madge retary, Miss LouBdle treuurer'l
Thompson, Margaret Berger and Bible reader leader,
4 A turkey Dinner and Christmas Annabel and Teresa Redd.Legion lor; group captains, Miss Esther L ,I
progrfcn were enjoyed by members and Auxiliary members Pope and Dukes West
g John O Salley Post of the and wives or husbands
Installation of officers will beheld
Legion; the Legion
dinner and program were: Mr. next 4
> of the.pott and their and Mrs. Hutchlhsen Mr, and Mrs Sunday night
Amelia) at !fie .t ilbn home on Kendrick, Mr. and Mrs. Geronimo, The Intermediate and Junior j
unions will elect Officers Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Orlander, Mr. lad
The event was the treat of Mrs. Ben Archer, Mr. and Mrs I Merry Christmas to All
the AtilDal'y .arrrrI
George Crawshaw. Mr. and Mrs
Wits'th'e- disappearance of the W. H. Woods, Mr and Mrs Rhe !
plum_ adding that marked the ney, Dr and Mrs M. A. Berger,
end meal served Mr. and Mrs Frank Rue, Mr and Our latch string is out to you and yours, andthereII
by tI felO'Iptu.oll Auxiliary, a Mrs. Sheffield Mr and Mrs, Tur-
and mount ner, Mr. and Mrs Fred Redd, B. P a holly wreath on our door that

num began ,Announced of the post by smemtiers W. Morris,E. Z. Thompson,Gordon E stands for our sincere wish tor health, hap-
E Flnney, Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mrs.
John JKuhn, the program was as Harry Hiner and Miss Fox Guests piness and a merry Christmas to all.
t follovfi: were Mrs. Stanley Casper and Mrs.
WcRomSng Poem recited by little Florence Palmer. .
I, Bpy| 'Hutchinson: piano solos
Sons and daughters of Legion FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS &
V and Anne
by y- Rheney;orchestra and Auxiliary members presennt ,
.mber--.vlolint played by ,
were: Archer Smith,Wm. J. Gero-
by John T fend''W Robert' 'ftedd'and Kuhn, xylophone piano by hlmo, or., Harvey and Paul Rue, General i LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF
Lester Archer, Billy Hutchinson,
Anna I.' Redd solos
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John and Robert Nina ,
Doro Kuhn and Lester Archer; j jI HOMESTEAD
harm6i.lea .duet.by Jlobert Kuhn I Ahnabei and Teresa Redd, Vara Public Utilities
and Pauf Hue and harmonica solos !and Anne Rheney Margaret Berger Chas O. Terser, Manager '
Dorothy Kuhn, Mary Hiner,
I;, by W Bnhart ..Kiihn, Doris and Madge Thompson, RuthCrewshaw Homestead !Phone IOJ-M I
fiRbenpytt past commander and Patsy Leach I
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of ceremonies at the Christmas
The gifts limited la cost
ten cents eacH/tUd been piled
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Six. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, December. YgU38.,f:t
Burton, left Saturday to' return ,Hom tead- for a few day with -Mr John C. Besot of mod''
home. They plan to attend the Mr. and Mn George N. Waker chU, wffl arrive toe, p Ito \
Sugar Bowl football game In New field. rig !lIma wi
In and Around : Orleans on Jan. 1. 'tmcle Jo rdBaue#. j,

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a Newton C. Bernhebel of New spending the holidays with their .UA. '"
York will spend Christmas with I parent, Mr. and Mn. Wm. Me- The Rer and :Mr* A. goes
Homestead the Rev and Mn John Porte and Michael, in Eau Gallie. line and two daughter W.net '\
: their daughter Lillian, of Sylvia and Alene will spend Chit I,
L Terrace, Redland.Mr. Patty Leach of Chicago and Miami with Mr. KoetUlne'i mother, !KJ1t,1, \
I It spending the holidays at I E. B. Koestline, in Bradenton .'

Mr. and MM H. E. Schaff left Mrs E. A. Carter and two children and Mn. J. F. Beck have the home of her uncle and aunt, .LNMN.NN..NN I .
Tuesday for.New York City where I Bobby and Edward who came lately moved to Homestead from Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer. FLORIDA CITY .
they will spend the holiday with to Homestead a week ago from the E. R. Goldberg house on Plum-
Mr. Schaff father, C. E. Schaff. Hastings Fit, to spend a week with mer drive. Mist Grace Walker of Coral Mn W. W. Savory, CorrsooadepfMIINIINININMNIINMINNNIIIININNIy,1Ir:
Mn Carter's father, B. C. Murphyand I Gables will be a guest of her cousin

Mr. and Mn Owen Fowble of family, returned Wednesday Mr. and Mn Robert Simpson Mill Eunice Walker, several The Rev and Mr*. Milton B.,
to Join Mr. Carter for Christmas day during the holiday. Her Sackett of Sanford spent the
Baltimore and their aunt, Mr. E. have at their guest during the Wefkt'end
A. HarUock of Atlanta, arrived at hit father home in Hastings holidays Mrt. Simpson brother titter, Libby, will visit Carol Walker -I with Mr. and Mr*:Bow !
Afterward they will move to De- at the tame time Ing. Mr. Sackett preacHed 6t:1.11-
Tuesday to spend the holidays with W. C. Murphy of Wheeling, W. Va. ;:
Mn Harttock't aoo-ln-law and catur, Ala Mn Carter before her '

daughter, Mr. and Mn.'J. H. Web- marriage was Mia Lucille Mur- Mr. and Mrs Henry Carter will] .
iter Mr, HarUock came to Phy. I have at Christmas guests Mrs Car- I Itet' .: ': ,, '" I;
Homestead two weeks -:
ago I brother and Ilster-ln-Iaw,1 ,! rt'.l"
Dr. Charles D. Livingston of Mr. and Mn Geo. Danforth of,
The Rev. and Mr*. E L. Nelson I Athevllle, N. OX, I* expected to I Sioux Falls, S D., and their daugh- .
announce the birth of a six and a I arrive in Homestead today for a ter. BIRD CHEVROLET: ;
half-pound daughter Alma Sue, visit with hit son-in-law and ." r..l:
at the Post Graduate hospital Friday daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Done Letter Smith, student at the! COMPANY' I' ,:'wU ;;
i and family at their grove home, University of Kentucky at Lexington -j ...... II' e.tf.I'I:
the former M. P. Kenney place. and Miss Evelyn Smith who la''
Wishes to ;
Dr. and Mn. L. C. Polk and famIly attending Southern College at:, you ". .,?*, K ,.
of Tyler, Texas, arrived last The Redland District contingent Lakeland arrived Sunday to spend all of you e.,:M the .i I .
week to spend the holiday with at Florida State College for Women the holiday at their homes here.I Merriest Chrlstma 'lever:'. -"r
Dr. Polk'i mother, Mn. Julia Polk. arrived last week to spend the
holiday at their home In the Andrew Hagaman and hi*' Health, happiness ;and -sue-//
Chester Hawley who li teaching group, were: Miss Eta Arozarena, daughter, Mn Thos Doyle, are: .' ::. I.
at Boca Grande arrived Saturday I Mitt Jewel Turner, Mitt Margaret expected to return to Rosemont,| eR cess in full mea.urII' 'n.. ; .;
to spend the holidays at his homein Delaney, Mill Alta Vann, Miss the Hagaman winter home In Red-{ and may all hope come true.
Redland. Katherine Harper Mill Valera land, early next week for a stay I ." I'
Fitch Mill Louie I of several months II i ,*
Mn E. J. Dyal who has been ill Mist Alene Lon'I'IUpatrlCk'l I I '" i Vi
at her home here, I 11 now able to be Payne Miss Dorothy Ross Mist Mill Mary Frances Arthur who I Guaranteed Used Cars ;,,: ::
tip Jean Parman and Mitt Fern Robertson has been visiting In Lewes, Del, a ;
Mist Turner stopped and+ attending school there it expected -'
Wm. fonyth, Wm. Krome, Rudolph in Miami to visit Mist Peggy Price home this week. I Sedan-Master'.
Gouman, Archer Smith, H for a day and a night on the way I 193G Chevrolet Sport
i i'r Graham, galley Macey, Paul home. William Edwards, who It attending -,
Theodora Franklin John Southern College of Pharmacy! 1933 Chevrolet Coach-Master \
Frederick, Wilbur Wood. Wm. in Atlanta arrived last week to .
Mist Sylvia Firestone will leave
Chambers and Donald. spend the holidays with his moth
Sickle all : Coach-Standard I '
Tuesday for her home In New York 1933 Chevrolet
students aHhe University of Florida City after a visit of two weeks in er. l -
a. at Gainesville are spending Homestead with her brotherinlaw :
the holidays with their famlllea In and sister Mr. and Mn.. Her- Joe Hlckton, Jr.. Sam Hlckson i 1931 Chevrolet Coach-Master.", at'
the Redland District. Willard Hendershott and Robert I

I' '. man Markt Cast, who' are attending Alabama 1 1935 Ford Sedan .- ''x' '. : rl '
Ceo Li! Swan who hat been Polytechnic Institute at Auburn I .
j critically 111 at St Francis hospital Mrs. Charles Martin was in the Ala., are spending the holldayi' t' "'' J ; '
Post Graduate hospital from Saturday 1935 Ford Sedan, Deluxe "
in Miami Beach was brought home with their parents ; 3Ic
till Monday. --
in an ambulance Sunday
Mr. and Mn Stacy Hawkins of 1933 Ford Tudor
Miss Esther Done arrived Mon. Dr. and Mn H. _H. Shipp of Gainesville who are holiday guests III'
day night from Champagne, 111, Woodtboro Texas, who have been of Mr. and Mn Wm. Morris of i 1930 Chevrolet Coupe : !
I where the Is attending tha Unlver. visiting Mr. and Mn J L. Scar- Miami, brother-in-law and Bitter ,
I city of Illinois, to spend the noli- borough and Mr and Mn J L. of Mrs, Hawkins, will visit in

days with her parents, Mr. and i
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i Mn. R. H. Done, and family She .

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Marlon, Ala., I* spending the holiday AlwaysrEAL- .
I with hit parents here. Green: Lantern Restaurant I c b : :
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,i Kansas City, Kan., arrived Sunday II i:1
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."t !_ Mr:. Paul Haley Is expecting AI. E. Sunday School ,rI

,IN AND AROUND relative Christmas from holidays Georgia for the Has Program ThursdayThe REDLAND CAFE

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Church Sunday School has Its annual -
day on a business trip to South
Carolina Is expected back this program and Christmas tree DINNER Silo PLATE LUNCH 330
: in the church Thursday night at
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Episcopal Church In Homestead. Miss Constance Hunter spent as well as the junior and
the week visiting friends in Miami. Intermediate departments of the
?Mrs, Ceo. M. Sonnlchsen left Sunday school will take part.
If.* last.,pw"k for Pawhuska, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Birdsey and Mr.I Mrs. Leo Peyser is m tnargeof.
where she will spend month with and Mrs. Freeman of Meriden I the juniors and Intermediates; Mrs.
n\ '"zelativee. Conn., are expected to arrive this J. E. Davis of the beginners; and
week. They will spend the win- Mrs. J. E. Close, of the primary
Horace Potter of North Haven ter here. I pupils.
,arrived Tuesday to spend the holl- lee
,days,with his motrer, Mrs. Cath- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Desmondand
', erlna,Potter. He will leave for Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Todd vlslt-I
-Ws borne Sunday.W. ed the Pan American Model AirplanesMake
I Monday and motored to the Keys!
C. Birdaey of Clintonvllle, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Todd I Inexpensive
Conn., arrived Thursday for the have been guests of Mr. and I
winter. Mrs. Hobart Brockett during their CHRISTMAS
stay here. They left Wednesday I
for St. Petersburg where they planto '
MrIv4dMM; Clarence Campbellwho GIFTS
were guests of Mrs. Blanche spend the winter. I'
Chapman fop three weeks are now WEVISH ALL OUR FRIENDSA
visiting in Miami. gym

Mrs. Kfflyn Carroll left Saturday (Continued from Page 1)
for Miami where she will visit the
Ing night stick. '
for some time. His head bleeding profusely I TURNER FUNERAL HOME
from seven blows of the nightstick SJlOP
Walter B. Fred haa take* the Sykes managed to pull away, GEORGE AND HERBERT TURNER
Carroll cottage on Broadway for and cock his pistol at the negro., At
the season.. Several negro bystanders grabbed I Burton's Dtpt Store
''. )' the bersek Lewis however, and
Mr..and.Mrs. O'Koon and Mrs pleaded with the officer not to ,
Sam Silverman and son, Ronnie, shoot-that they would help him
of Miami were guests Thursday of r take Lewis to JaiL Sykes put
Mayor and Mrs. M. Silverman. its pistol away and had the negroes -
handcuff Lewis and put him
Mrs. Anna Baer arrived last I in the police car. The negro aids
I week from Connecticut for the t went with the officer and his prisoner -
season. to the JaIL When Sykes unlocked -
the handcuffs on Lewis In y
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hunter of the cell the prisoner made a break ;' '" BIG FULL FAMILY SIZE GENUINE
South Miami and their ion. Bunny for the door,but one of the negroes\
were week-end guests of Mrs. who was holding Sykes' gun for,
J. K. Scott. Bunny remained tot him hit Lewis on the head withi!
spend the Christmas holidays with the butt of It As he struck the
"";,.' ill grandmother. blow the gun discharged, but none I R A"METERMISER"
was Injured. The two negro
Harold Diets and Roy Neill left helpers quieted Lewis.
i Tuesday on a business trip to North Sykes, incidentally, stayed on
Carolina. A the job Sunday until 4:30: p. m.

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Mt. and Mrs Paul Reynoldswere NARANJA.O., E.. ,s. .
hosts at a dinner party Mon- 'jI" "fI'

Mr*. Don Ferreyra gave a chapter presented Mrs. Turner day night at their home on North I Mn. Ahtta Albright was Install Vihlen, Miss Jsunlta TbfII1pIQIt::0 ,": .11
demonstration of electric cooking with a Jace bed spread and other west Fourth street. Aftet dinner and Miss Sadie Vililen.Mn. "r',:
card ed as worthy matron and Arthur '.'If' ,' "1
were played.
gifts a* a mark of appreciation for games .
when the was hostess Tuesday her work, and she In turn gave Guest were Mr. and Mrs. J. J C. Davie as wortry patron of Na. Lewis Brandenburg. Sang .
afternoon at guest day program gifts id her 21 officers Among the McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. PrestonB. ranja Chapter of the O. E. S. at a "Star of the Eat" and Mn *WmvMusselwhite -A-

I at the Woman's Club of Homestead present Mrt. Turner received was Bird, Mr and Mrs. Curtis Mon meeting held In the lodge hall Mrs. Mary Fennel sang,read"Silent the Nlghtf Christ-,.1, .
a framed scroll containing the and Mrs. H. C. Nichols. t
and Min Teresa Erlckerson, roe Tuesday night mat story from the Bible ietweeni "' I ,
lighting specialist from the home names of all those who had served ...asu.nwmwsMwa.wr.u.n.. .. nwwrrw Mrs. Nancy Rickard, the vocal numbers. .,' '.....
service department of the Florida with her this past year. The Calendar part
Power andd Light Company, lec The chapter will hold a public I grand matron of Florida, was the
tured. Miss Katherine Done resisted > Installation Thursday evening, I installing officer. Mrs. Edna CLASS OF BOYS IS !'
with the demonstration.H. Dec. 11, at 8 6'clock Dec. 29-Areme Club meeting i Perry M Miami Was the craM organist GIVEN WIENER ROAST "i "
J N. Aihby demonstrated the with Mrs. Ceo W. Turner, Jr. Acting installing officers The class of twelve and thirteen,; ::,::;
merits of a water softener MR. AND MRS. LEHMAN Dec. Installation of officersof were: Mrs Rosalie Chapman bf year old boys of the Baptist Sunday I
Mrs. Ferreyra cooked at the tame GIVE CHRISTMAS PART the Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. Goulds, grand marshal, and Mrs'' School was given a, wiener :
time molasses cake, onions and tomatoes S. In L O. O. F. halt Clara Vihlen, grand chaplain. roast back of the Sunday school
Mr. and Mr Lee M. Lehman
j scalloped potatoes and ham entertained the* Comus Club Dec Dec. Jl-Junior Woman's. Club Other officers Installed were:'I building Friday night by the teach.
garnished with apricots. Later she sponsored dan at Homesteads Mn Effie Bashor, associate matron -, er, Alvah Taylor. Gifts went .
cooked and served cheese biscuit IT with k Qrflstmiu party Poinsettias Country Club. ; W. H. Owens, associate patron exchanged also.
and Christmas wreath.were '
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and coffee.
used In the decorations. Dec. 31-Redland District Young conductress Mri riosatee The boys present were: timer
Eight door prize were awarded Peo te'* Union watch party and : Chapman Martin, Jack McMichael, Etwln '
Mn. M. Klnnef was given a Mn W. K Walton and BuckneBeasley r associate conductress; MnHollls ,
won the high score bridge program at Presbyterian Church. Cooper Elbert West, Harry Mr
toaster; Mn. Jesse Goknnah, hn' secretary, Mrs. Lau-
prizes. Dec. 3l.'-Annual Meeting of veda Brown, tin, Jud andd Joe Piche, Howard '
treasurer Mn V
iron; Mn. Jesse Greer) Mr*. Grace ; ih.
M. Smith and Mri. I. T Nixon, 'Those present were: Mr and First Baptist Church at 7:30.: len, Chaplain; Mrs. Alice Walker, West, Warren Knight, Eldred -O1U
baskets of groceries; and Mrs. H Mrs. E. A. Ames, Mr. and Mn. J. Jan. 4-Meeting of Garden Club I I I marshal, Mn Helen Pepper, Adah, mer, Joe Byrum, Alien Pope '
J. C Reed, Mn J. J. Robinson and H. Webster, Mr. and Mn. H. E at Dunlop home in Sliver Pallll.I I Mrt Carroll ernecker. Ruth; Ralph bin. Andrews and .Leslie Chess" ,', "

Mrs. Tom Kirby, silver trays. Bchaff, Mr and Mrs. C. J. Parmen, .Jan Business meeting of Ju- I Miss Pauline Leggett, Esther; Mrs. II ,: '
Mr. and Mrs. Walton, Dr. and hlbr Woman's Club of HomesteadIn ; Ada Kachry, Martha; Mn. Viola
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mra H. P. clubhouse at 7:30 p. m. :I Bell, Electa; Mrs. Pearl triggers lie Flit. f n hy: :i. .:',
HAS CHRISTMAS TREE McDanlel anti Mr. Beasley Jan. B-Rain or Shine Club warden; Walter Thompson, senti. Admirer: "I suppose your storte4'',". I'
Gifts were exchanged at thet -.... meeting with Mrt. Let H. Lehman. i nelAfter just flow from your pen." h ,dT(
Christmas party of the Junior We* MRS. IRWIN ENTERTAINS Jan 6-W. M. U. circle meet I the Installation of the star Author (looking ruefully at.,' ,
man'i Club et Homestead held at JUNIOR B. T p. V. MEMBERSThe Ihgs, I points e candle light service Was fountain pen): "Sometimes .:tbttt'I',
t the Homestead Country Club Monday Junior B Y. PV I/ members Jart (t-- 'rtib.terlalWomen'. given by Miss Lucille braggers, I whole blamed story cornea, out,atone ",1
night A large Christmas were given a Christmas party In Auxiliary tneetln,. I.Miss Margaret Albflght, Mist. .Nuh1 *."-Ex. ,art, )
tree and red IHd treed festoons the Baptist Sunday School build Jan. 11--Redland District Mtn /',
decorated the clubhouseA -. ihg Tuesday evening by their bUrlal Association pot luck luncheon {
chicken' dinner was *erVd.Mn leader, Mrs. Frank IrwUi" Games, Meeting In First Baptist "; 1,1 -III
T t. father and tot.... Fred an amateur program bt songs and Church Sunday school building at I. ,. ,1'1 1" "
Kufeldt wet* hbstene, sets\ and the exchanging of lifts itU: I
Other present worst! Mrs H, were the features of Ute evening Jan. two luck supper meet Standing, of Cdnkstant :'
t T. Oxford, Mr, J. D Perkins, Mrt. Cookies. hot chocolate and tan the Homestead Business and, .
r L. T. FrwtarMr*. Joel t. ftobinaon twine* wert served. PMteaafortai Wbjnenll Club at I J". ," ., : .hI, >
Mrs :. LL Mrt. Her home .f lira.' C. L. Ooley at 8:30
ttoHon Mrs. Irwin Wes assisted 'by Mrs.ChHtey .; ,:I' .11..1 I J JI
bert TI1I'tIft8urte) Den dT, Baundertv Mrs t, W. Glt p. fa.Jan.. 11 '
m C.2 !
Mrs E. A. BIillmMMri.. Claude inert Mrs. L W. knight and Mn.J. lt-W It U meeting InFinttfeptM .p. ... ; ,
I Campbell, Mr* W fl. Cares it, It Byrurn. I ChurckJin. :: } : ':. j
Mrs. L. B. Danacy, Mrs Bruce Present wen1! Betty :nd Ito lb, '11.aWaedaoenVClete' la* I HI'J
Ennls Mr*, hunter D. Hard, Byrom, Mediate GllmerJJrjHs Cheshire I sUUatlon aervM t Only save SUM tan tnt there k sun a chaace fw a imq boy :,, J?
Mn. Russell hems, Mrs, Ana M .Jefildln
Shepherd, Esther" tit ..trtlo pall up high enough In the standings 10 win one'of The r
Johns, Mrs Augustus Wynn MiMes I
Pierce,June Cheshire,: .
Alice and tlrsty hobswn Mist Mary Pierre, Mable Ruth Pope FRUIT BOXES i j 111 wonderful prises we will give away at It a. m. Christmas sw r.* '
Pearl Whitaker, MM Miriam 'rs June Jenkins, Theda' la .
<% Ask year frifehd* U irate ,: +
ton, Mist Marguerite Wdllarn and Met Jehktas, Carol Prottor'l Fancy kid Alt Sties : fo"o8. <,;, ,.; 'J "
Miss Ellen Huff Patsy Leach June Vahrt Money Saving Price ...". '''J'1 ,
and Mildred Batta, B *trie Wll- tE A ''I
MRS. tVRNk a VtCtV16Soirrs son, Geneva Vann, Wynell hep.1 Oranges, Tangerines I I", I
FROM AD ASTRA herd Albert Byrum, Charles b-I Grapefruit
i Mn. Deo, W. Turner Jr4 ertaon, LVnh* bin, Von btl'ftt\ ,. I
thy matron *>! A4 Astra Chapter John McLean, bon Murphy, Ho- Dr. L. Shankltn 6rAv6oneHalf I BOYS GIRLS ."
of the O 1< B, tan he* fatal r*' mf 1tI1Iaa; Andrews and Alfred Ml. west Florida City 1. David Frederick 1. Louise, bearing '
port of the years work at the tooular Bauhder ,
I Iilk. IL Dolores
meetlhij held Friday evening. free Health, Longevity Leer Harry Simpson I. Pap
One candidate Charles: O. Turner .... Lillian Clayton o( Miami lures each Tues. I:30 and 8 p. J. Billy Jaeobe I. Margaret Barnes
was Initiated bite th* oWf and Mrs Horace fuller and Miss I" nit ThUra. 1:JO and I >p. m.! FrkI t. Billy HutcblnlOnConnie. Campbell '
Mrs Violet Delta tang during the kola Cegburn of Asheville, N. Ci, Pv H. by Dn. Bhahklin. Welcome. V. Wilbur Caves 5. Virginia StudatiU ,
a Initiatory work. visited M.... Tracy thinners laHoMAteed I 8. Dale taunt 6. Martha Ann Lindsay ,
The officer and htemben et the BUhday t. John McLean l'' T. Frances FOlter'I I
-- ___ __ I It Jackie Jenness .. Virginia MIllIatt c. 4
t. Chaa. Bemecker 8. Joy Peters
i 10. Floyd Fole 10. Jackie Buck
U. Harry Bowen U. Atene Xcestllna .
+ U. Cart Smith 12. Thelma ChinnersIL

'. n' Bobby Brandenburg 13. t.tarll'lftt .
lot Gene Reynolds 1f Better Byrum --. -,
U. Billy\ Vian 15. Mat10tM PotsIL / '

; .- Steve Roberts 111. Mary do Close .:, 1 '

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the amount of work don by Mn.Knowto A request from CounrihiVMi B. eouncilmen If the equipment can

-- and the responsibility W. Morris, street comlmtteeman be used to mow the grass In tho .
attached to her office warranted city parka and parkways.
that the city purehaa a tnetor
a $10 a month Increase for her,
Social Events
I and theI\ owen week five noun and mower atatefcneat Is mow Ms

a night and is at the plant on call tress and weeds II' the aide of eNd JOHN O. MtXKT: POST NO. 41

In emergency for II noun a nightHe streets was held VMr until AMERICAN LEGION
said that the colored town water the next meeting while INM t.
Sheds ant am< third w. ,
103 (ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN collections, formerly nearly a total tee Investigates as to what other It p. **.. AmrriHua Legloa Balg,
loss, had Increased to sizeable this
a uses equipment and possible
UM pant.r.coeI SeOh Mesae Ate.Homestead ..
TAKE PART IN CHRISTMAS OPERETTA amount sine Bowen became collector other attachments can be pat The Via.
on a commission basis The purchase wa favored by all the
water In the section if not
On|..hundred\ three children herd, A, w. Powell, Joe Reynolds. metered but negro collected for on a I. .
from the elementary grades under Miss Lucille West gave a
tead-I basis 6f
15 cents family
the direction of Mrs. Margaret Ing between act. Joy week.Acting.
Mill, muile teacher, presented the Evelyn Seeley did tap dances) and Mayor Tort Harris recMnfoended
colorful Christmas operetta, The the Harmonica Boy played. the salary Increase for .
Kidnaping of Santa Claus," to a Mn. Jacobs was pianist, and
the chief or police. He said that
capacity audience the Neva King John McLean was stage manager.
the police department Is now functioning
Cooper School auditorium at the
efficiently and With
perfect -
closing feature of the pre-hoUday MRS. GILMER GIVES
harmony under Mr. Sullivan.He .
term. Mice Mable William art CHRISTMAS PARTY
laid, moreover, that Sullivan
Instructor directed the making of The members of the Intermediate
has been making from 50 to 00 percent
special letting tot the play B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist of the arrests.

France Sklner was Santa Claus; Church were given a Christmas I Several year ago the salary of
Evelyn Davis was Mary Miller! party In the Sunday School rooms the chief of police was $179 I
Lonnie Home Socrates; Mary Saturday night by their leader, month. I
France Rutland, Radtolai and Dolores Mrs. J. W. Cllmer She was assisted Following 11 report that several
Papy, the Christmas fairy. by Mrs. C. N. Walker Mrs. L. packing houses and a fertilizer
the goblins were: Robert Ap- W. Knight Mrs. W. D. Coker and warehouse have not Installed Indoor -
ley, Jack Barnes, Frederick Alvah Taylor. toilet facilities, the sanitation A Christmas LightOn
Chambers, Games were played, and after commltteeman! Frank Webb, and
Hausman, Harry Simpson,
Frank ward gifts were exchanged. Ice the city clerk were Instructed to
Billy Forte Tommy Harris, Gene cream, cookies, punch and candy notify the owners or agents In another Christmas eve many centuriesago I
Wilbur Caves, Arthur
were served.Among writing that unless this condition
Hall, Joe Mutretta. and Fell! Bui- those present were: Miss ll corrected they will be broughtInto a guiding light led the wise men to the I

lard.The Sybil Cheshire, Miss Elizabeth Me- city court for violation of city
Northern Light were:Hilda Ilwain, Miss Virginia Dorsey, Miss ordinances. humble stall where a King was born. The
and Clarice Dodson, Louise and Lucille West, Miss Jeanette Camp
Mary Ellen Oeerlng, Athley Kemp, bell, Miss Pauline Knight, Misses ANNUAL' STOCKHOLDERS' light has always expressed the spirit of
Evelyn Seeley, Virginia Studstill, Frances and Marjorie Webb,Misses MEETINGTo
MavU Watts, Lois Pierce, Vara Katherine and Phyllis Bell Miss the stockholder of the Homestead Christmas, and in this soft and mystic glowwe

Rheney, Esther Knight, June Willa Mae Dixon, Ralph Andrew, Building Ic Loan Association -
Cheshire, and Johnnie Clyde Ferguson Eldred Gilmer, Orval Irwin, Harry ) bring our wish for happiness, health and

i Martin, Joe Byrum, Herman, Louis Please take notice that the annual -
The clowns Included: Billy Jacobs and Warren Knight, Elbert West, I meeting of the stockholders a Merry Christmas.
Hubert Smith. Johnnie Lit Harold Branch and Leslie Cheshire. : of the Homestead Building & Loan
tie, Francis' 'Scherr, George Win. Association 'will be held at the office -
gate, Junior Beckdol Clayton of the Association, In the City ,
Garnet Jack bolar, William Duncan of Homestead, Dade County, Flor- "
ai--T ask; ftuckef. CITY SALARIES ida, ort Tuesday, the Uth day of GOULDS SUPPLY, Inc. .:

Ho ly Included) Barbara Blggera January, 1B3T, at I o'clock p. tn. '
Vlrgli ..la Wood, Sue Moye, June (Continued From Page One) for the purpose of electing directors Goulds, Fla. \
Van Florelle Moomaw, Dorothy and water department committee and for the transaction of such i
Sulll< an .Virginia Hobson, *Betty snatkt recommended! the salary Incteasei other business a* may properlycome
for the three employees in: before the meeting. ,
ThArdel 'tre'fti"* rte: Anne Rheney, his department after pointing out' By order of the Board of Directors -

Psrtnan, Mary Radford, that the salaries were far below ,
LIUIeIJttle, Mary C. Suber, Jennie standard considering the duties CHAS. O, TURNER,
Hardy, Barbara Miller. Fay Pierce. performed. He said no lineman' Sec and Trea
The fairies{ were Alene KoeatBne ,handling"hot tuff should be a ** Dated Dec 12, .as.

fcutfc Rutland, Barbara Jean ed to work: for $100 a months that (Dec 15). We Wish You a
SmitS, Barbara Wakefield, Jac- I

qulliiii? 'Buck, Winifred Danza"I Very
Uldli ; Jalrclflth..
Harr >, Dorothy Ittinner.Tb > .
laklrrtWf: Included Joins 'K
Bro n. Dale Faust Harvey Dod- Merry

IOn, argil Radford, Roland Harris -
t arles Stevens, George Dick.InIO GIVEJEWELRY ChristmasHomestead
Alfred Tomerlin, Joe Nes ,itew
bitt, nd Donald Neeley. Y II..
I IEllee t.>
Jerome and
Th elves were:
"Scherr, Betty Gatlin, Lor.hlnny .!

ton Dick Carney, Mary
Fran la Norton, Edna Revet, Jessie SELECT AT SUTTON'SA Flower Gardens I;

Mae huler, Beverly Wallace,Maf-'
; "LASTING" GIFT Mrs. Janie McLean, Prop. Phone IIDZNI"
,are Wlngate, Maurlne Houston, S .,
Jac*Kemp. .
Blip were: Virginia Walker, I DIAMONDS ;
Dorl Cheshire Shirley Danzey,'

Dorl. Dodson, Betty Graham, Gur-
line ''act Wyncll Shepherd Mir- 1 1i I

gar Booth, Bellegent Bullard.
An I the crildren were: Arthur

Bran enbwg, Margaret Barnes,
Con e Campbell,Joy Peters,Thel
ma ''hlnnert Margaret Bullard,
BoW Nichols, Geraldine Shep-

CAREand i

$25.00 $2.500

7 4 Beauty -
ti'gpw;:beauty demandsbbest Hamilton, fiulova, Elgin, Tavannes and
of care at all Walttiam-Watches are Included In our
(feme** Whether you magnificent collection.

wJah'It, t facial, $17.50 to $500A f.
a manicure, or any of
Complete Showing Novelty JewelryA
the other essential aid (.In.. Ft Every r-
to waut). youll find
the skilled operator at DUE I


r=---re.dr to at any serve ttnwi youduaekly ;I For Tour Convenience To our many friends we extend best wishes

I Weekly or Monthly T ra eNe Carry
uI..II1., Spiral a"I. tag ChargeOPEN for a


i.Price*! $5 $6 $1 SUTTON JEWELRY CO. Grantham Seed Store I l


Miami's Olden Jewelry Mars T. B. Grantham, Prop.
PARLOR lit I. FUcler Street I
Prone 8sK Hates Bldg.w Them 1-""

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Pare ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, December 25, 1936t

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6.11atan aim .f the nimMf. Cur.rln MiMlihrd Mir ti. IfII.M .
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I,Dec. 11, 1916. REJOICE' !, ". :'", f ,:
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I "The Homestead bonds brought
; Merry Christmasand :a fine price, about the lime givenin JOW
I the Miami causeway boodi" I I .

I "ServioM wlU be held In the new|I WE REJOICE WITH YOU AS WE WISH 'YOU" l' ...
Episcopal church Sunday morn- ,I.. "
i Ing. Dr. Jackson extends a cor.I -I, '
Happy New Year I' dial Invitation to *U un-attached I Merry Christmas I" ,
1 persons to attend this service I "
I -"Mrs. W. A. Mitchell and two S
a I youngest children left Monday for I
I I GunnWon, Mtia, to spend Christmas I CENTRAL SERVICE STATION
with Mr. Mitchell. The three
HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO. older girls are slaying with Mr*.
I Jim Vann.

: J. G. Wynn, Prop.SILENT I-"Mr.. and Mr Arch Campbell
i report the arrival of a baby boy
Friday night of last week. His
name ii Harold Milton."
-"Don E. Ferreyra and E. C. Mil-
ler have combined their stocks
and are operating together \\ llI i ,' : : I

-"Mr. and Mrs W. D. Home are ,,,1 If"c
Ad the proud parents of a baby girl, '6i '101.111''.
which was born Saturday morning I ) 'J" "" .
last The baby's name if Elizabeth : .. : f'
I Iv Virginia. ;
.Jc.I ", rn"
-"Mr. and Mrs J. M. Fort of Flq I vabn.,
,. Meade Florida, arrived on Thursday 'hD""G b"na: IIdI rI'C"
to visit with her parents Mr. "j'11 MCA "IIn
and Mrs. I. T. Nixon." ,,1, .
-"Given Victor, of Moberly, Mo., .
has purchased land and will farm :
t here this winter" TO YOUR HAPPINESS ,:,,'; ,.

I -"Mr skirmishers, and Mrs. Warren Battle and All the good things of the season ..s. .,,-n
two from Georgia,
NIGHT have rented the Alsobrook house. health, happiness and prosperity hefep1,,1..

I They arrived on Tuesday" ed up in ample measure. this -our 11tan:
{ A* on that first occasion when a shining star anA -"A wedding of interest to their
:! wish for and on these gl d
yours ,,
uMe4 a day of great. rejoicing! so on this glad many friends was that of Mrs. ""rieii
Clarice DeHaven and Carl Horton, holidays. The very merriest Christmas ."i < ;
Christmas we give you in the same spirit of joyful
which took place Wednesday efttr-I ever.
feting, a merry, merry Christmas, good health noon at 4.30 o'clock in Grace '" ,
und happiness. i I Church, Rev C. P. Jackson officiating -I ORFANEDES :' : .;
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\ Driggers Service Station I/ "Thene were four new arrivals S. Flagler Ave. Next to Greefl: '.Jiant: rl, ';
this week as follows: to W. D. ,
f i Homestead, Florida !I Horn Md wife, a girl; to A. J.I I j jI ;" ..1 r .,
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Campbell and wife, a boy; to Cecil
M liar and wife, a girl to Thorn I.

I Wlngato md wife, a 'beg" "iI., "I')" ,llInlj
"Ciena Summer returned last,
Week from Missouri Where he hat 1, 1:1 UJ'I
I been spending the summer with Ms
1S1 father . I MERRY CHRISTMAS ." 'I :,,,...H.
-"S. A. Mills who has been stayIng II"
( a few weeks In Florida City,\ I
: returned last week to his home In' J '
S1 Ardmore Oklahoma, expecting to1! ,
come! back to Florida City later in' .... I : '"
\1i11 RS the season" j I
-"The Fadette were entertained I
.t the home of Miss Marie King on lt

"' 9 MA -"The Friday 4t musical last week.program. "arranged I, e e ..

lor New Year's night in Guildhall I
t I It : SIn will be of unusual Interest'
Mr*. Robert Barfleld of Perrine,
Miss Nixon, Mrs. J D. Redd Mrs.
Christmas candles on the trees in the
i E Frank Skill. Mrs E. M. Horton and I

[ the spirit of joy that the Christmas anniversary Muss readily Fuchs consented and the to orchestra assist and have a windows'shed a kindly light of welcome,and; ,,,

j means we wish you good I I real follow treat the i II program in store with Dancing orchestra will I good cheer to all. It is in the, spirit of that

!i I :i health and happiness. -"A music."600 party was held at the I soft light that we wish one and all a Merry,

: residence of Cha T. Fuchs Tuesday Merry Christmas and a, Happy New Year. ,
evening. Those participatingwere I
Mines Gertrude Hoenshel,
: I Homestead ,Filling Station Lena Fuchs, Irene Wallet and .
I Othella Fuchs and Messrs. Charles Red Thurman's Service Station
! C. E. Eichenberger I Fuchs, Chas. R.: Graham, C Bunt 'oJ' .
by Colby and "Spud". Refreshments
.,were served after the game S. Krome Ave. Homestead, FIX: '


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f fI Let Us I' CLEAN ,and WHITEN:'TEETJlr

; RejuvenateYour with Calox, the Oxygen tooth powder: ;which, ",
.r penetrates to the hidden crevices between the
Car teeth! Pleasant Refreshing, Protect the pinis
A and is economical to use. ,_ ..._-_

'GuspUP I I r What Calox will do for yo* ftfc'l>&ffljr
Cfva Body, Fender Repairs I j tademonstrated by ul In your own home at our
.w"+" expense. Simply fill In the prfch yourname
Tops and Trimming I t aTM and address lad mail h'jn*YOB will
: receive tbiolutttr Irtt a test can of CALOX
Seat Covers
j TOOTH POWDER, the powder., mare t'l'd
Painting more people are using every day. "

"t yiwuswn I I IArt's FREE TRIAL COUPON ., .. ... :11.:
i MJCsssoN a ROSWNV Inc, Falrficlil, Conn.
j' Paint Shop Sea aw a 10 Uj triJ fit CALOX TOOTH POWDER at p* *xpeawlomeIwill ''
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( I The Churches wow You needSULPOCIDE: ; [ CLASSIFIED ADS AI

: I RATE: Pint laaartfcm It-j a, lint; subsequent insertions

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i I BAPTIST CHURCH I Young People's Service League at I,

630: p in.Dec I
I Uleall-The Rev C N. for Quality i I FOR RENT I GUAVA JUICE $1 per t.uon.

hacker, pastor. Sunday; school at M Christmas tree I Jungle Grove Redland.

jp a. tn. Preaching 11 a. m. and program at 7:30. ', FOR HINT-FurnUhiKl houie. Apply I

and 7JO p. m.; RY.P.U. at 7 p.m.: BEAMS, TOMATOES"What i Mr, a A. Tlbbits, LluscoUreiidcnea I FOR SALE Guavas Jo Ib, onlyIn
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN I small quantities,
Wayne services Wednesday; at Longvtew. (p d 10)) JungleGrave
I* that magic stuff my I Redland.
7:30 p. m.Dec St John's-Redland; the Rev. I
U-MornJnrl Gee M. Poth, pastor. Sunday neighbor uses' He pick: II I FOR RENT-Upstair* apt. on I CARI3SAS lOc qt. CUTTINGS '
sermon speckled beans,ships them and
[ Ascending school each Sunday; at 10 a. m. I King Highway by S. K Fitch.P and SMALL PLANTS tor Mile.Mn .
en "Living on an gets return, asked a grower
English service on second Sundayof I ( d 18) Geo W. Koowl, Jungle .
I Scale"! evening: student night of his dealer. The answer is"Sulfocide" I
each month at 3 p. m. and German Grove Redland road and Plum-
: service Its value ha

Dee. 30-Prayer: service lub- 3p.m.service on fourth Sunday at been proven by 20 yean con I'i FOR SALEFOR I GLADIOLUS BULBS Pk-mttv. ,
"Jo, tinuous Florida
jeet: use by vegetable the mOlt spectacular and most
Dec 31_Annual meeting of METHODIST EPISCOPAL grower SALE Grocery store at beautiful gladiolus
ever prod lie-
thatch at 7:30. Dip all beans In Sulfocide Better Gould Good going business ,
cd ,
j Florida Flesh to salmon pink u luj '.
City Community Church I 111 health of
fI owner reason for
I I Gould- he R*' Noah I>ter- -the Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor and still you, will spray have with no Sulfocide speckled selling. Jeff Phillip, Ooulds.I I j, Vigorous to Florida grower mnrlitions and, well. adapted H'lhI --

pastor Sunday school at 10 Church school at 10 a. m; preaching Fla. ( cI a
beans. I p eat quality bulb. Inrge sin *2 23
in In.; preaching( at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Midweek pray.raand i I
: p, In.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.brayer Bible study Wednesday at Florida Experiment Station LAST MINUTE GIFTS .....*.I per 100 medium sue, $1 1.50 per
100 Order for
730. Press Bulletin 404 reports that postpaid. shipment -
service at 7.30: p. m. Wed- work pillow tops WIth buuks Me
dipping tomatoes, when pick ,| by express not prepaid,
detdu. Redland Community Churchthe ed, In Sulfocide reduce rote fancy and plain apron SOc up. large sis, 1180 per 100 medium\'.

;rSs"CATHOLIC Rev. C. O. Nelson,. pastor. to a minIn .im. Spray Tomatoes Mrt. Bertha Edwards. Redland site, $1.10 per hundred. No cider'

Church school at 10; preathing at Beans, Strawberries, etc., road, north of Plummer Drive. I I accepted for less than IX Special -

Church of the Sacred Heart 11. Epworth League at 83il.: Midweek before picking After picking, (pit Z5) price per 1000. E. T. Draper

t E Second avenue Homestead; : prayer and Bible study. wash or dip In Sulfocide. The Boykln.
.he Rav. James Cloonan, paitor.' Thursday; at T.30.KETHODIST: cost I Ie Insignificant-leu than FOR SALE Delco electric light Va.LOST

Sunday man at 8.. m.; week day the cot of the labor. The returns and water outfit, complete. Inline
$nais at 7'45: daily. Sund.'lChoolInI EPISCOPAL .hundredfold. running order. W. Dunlop
are many Silver Palm drive at Naranja LOST Woman' hand bag, content -
l faliOay [ S OWN*-, SOUTH The belt dealer In Florida sell
I Hnmunlon nhr"women "" 'lint: road. (pd S3) valuable only to owne-. ,

I lunday ot Jnantt;, for men *jodojrtthe Write ...... CtMtiiBi.,UMIMItcvl 'Surf elde. Insist on heaving Reward. Mr*. W. J:. Koon 11}

I second Sunday of month.' ; the Key A. A. JLoMlline, It. Ask for leaflet. "Sulfoclde FOR SALE Broilers 50e each; N W. Third St. (pd 18)

-Holy hoar Thuwday** rwi' rgt pastort Sunder school at R:30 a. the Bean Spay M fryer. aGe Ib; fine young turkey a

I '..>'?>hw nr ill month at I.4t p. m. Man m preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30: B. a. PRATT COMPANY for Chriitmaa. 2 wirehaired I MISCELLANEOUS ,

\ first rridr.t-,. O 't. ra. Benediction p. m. Junior League at 2.30 p. STREET fctuale puppief $10 -each.
of the Blessed Sacrament to.- HI League 9:45 p. m.;Senior SO CHURCH Claude Allen, Halnlin drive. PIANO TUNING onto repairing.

after mass League at J p m. Prayer meeting NEW YORK Phene 2311. (d 18)) I Good used plaiM for sale cheap
\V. E. Moon 115 N. W. 3rd St.
'" I II at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.
j DM. ChrUtmas tree SULfOCIDE.The I I FOR SALE- Household furniture

after I e'clock I UIo II II'I Dee. S4-Christmas program rug, electric refrigerator,stoves HEAL ESTATEREAL

CHKISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH' And tree. at T J* p. m. Bean Spray I j bed, chain, link with drain- ESTATE-Those who want

r- 1 silver Palm Community Church il board Will exchange for de. to buy; or sell Redland District

i It| Florida City-Broadwuy and, --the ReY H. G. Cowan, pastor I ilrable royal palm or rich loll real estate will find up-to-data

Sixth street Sunday; school at i Sunday school every Sunday at 10 for flower bed. R. H. Done at Hating In our odlce. Many .(

.,:U a.tn. for pupils tinder 20 yean' a. m.; preaching service on tint I Kenney grove. 10th it N. W.. these listings an still at ...-

!it age; morning service at U' third and filth Sunday at 11 a IN ELEVENTH TRW: CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT Of THE OF I phone 822-W. (n n d 11)) normal price We shall appreciate

a/clock. Wednesday; evening aeriice -: m. and 3P.an.FrtncetonThe. FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS tOUN. either your Inquiries of
TT. IN CHANCKRT NO 44M1.Ewono | FOR SALE Home. plastered,
which include testimonials your -listings,all at which will
... LaIr WIIo
of healing and experience and remarks Rev. H. Q. Cow M Hicks,O 4ofondoDU Hike, ptalMKf- order for Fubll- electricity, fruit tree*. Reasonable have our best attention. Now i*

: on Christian Science, 8 p. an, pastor; the Rev. L. O. Adams, I ".tioto.lULL i Joe Del, N. Broadway the time to buy B W. Morris,

In. The public U cordially Invited assistant pastor. Sunday; school ate i U .OR ppoaiiu DIVORCK kr .Ifkta.U AND 1N1UNCTIOMI flloi I.lie Florida City. (p d 18)I now associated with H. A. Cameron

to attend. 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every hon styled scow Idol the defendant LolaWllom N. W. lit St. In Citizen
I Rick hi mMont of a auto other FOR SALE One
I e Fordaon tractor
at 730
Sunday. Preaching
: Bank Phone
p. than the Stake of tlorkta and that the I Btd. 7JV
-j=.Dee. 11 Lessen-eermoii : on first Sunday of month.METHODIST I pl law of noldoiuo and m>llln. (Jilmoof with extension rim front and
i; topic "Christian Science." the mid defendant, Lolo Wilma Hick. rear, See C. H. Shaw or J. A. WANTEDWANTED
I u particularly eo tho HUM b known hi In I
FREE II ran of Mr i. H. WUoon, RovtaNo I Pollard Jr. Box 471 (p d 18))
ji I CHURCH OF CHRIST 1 I. j.d.: Rokortawn Oomitr.Tonnooioo .I 24-in or 34-ln circular .
Fonda City-Mn. Ernest War- and hot tkoro ki tae potto l. I FOR SALE Kohler light plant. cross-cut with
saw or
the state of Florida, tho service of a
l I) Homestead-Flrit avenue and r a n pastor. Sunday school luomoni In 'ban." opoB whom would' I 110 volt, 1,000 watt. Leo Der.i without arbor. J. R. Brooke,

,j J. W. rUth street; T. J. Hunton ,10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m and bind Iho "Id oVNnoont, It k Ihoroforo i necker, Krome ave. .& Silver Homestead Phone 78 (Oil (f)

'tntnlBter Bible study nt 10 B. m.; 8 p. m.; Junior meeting 8:30 p. m.; oMtndont ORDEKKD ko M4 that.he the.U Mid horobr"oe-rwld.requited t I! Palm drive. (pd 18)

.communion fellowship and Young Peoples' meeting 715: to 1" wU tie Clerk 01 thin cr'I' -& n '
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Prayer and class meeting 7.30 written i poroonnlly: hy 4ttorn.rl >I! LEGAL NOTICES
: :: on the Mond.r FOR SALE Citron, fresh or pre _
j.30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday -; Thursday. lo Janunrr Ism btlni the 4th day of Mid I I served. Tropical tomato mincemeat .
; at 7:30: p. m.CHURCH month. and thereafter In file with Iho and NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX
PENTECOSTAL .Id Clock her wrlt"'n def_ filling, 8 I mum
1 I IIi 10 the bill of emmpia/fit I. "td min.1 oz. 20c; pint 35c. Calamondln In <........, Rill No. lot
OF GOD the Umo onocrlbod kr Uw, othorvloo ... NOTICE IB HCRBBY GIVEN thai 1 I Dw
I Gould*-Rev. John H. Stroud 00... hail ko ..... u cenfoHod and: small Iota lOc qt Mrt. Geo. W. bolder of Kato aai t.mnt, 7.,
Homestead-606 N. W. First pastor. Sunday school at 9:43: .......... .._ u by default, It In fur- Kosel Jungle Grove.R. k 14 No SIM tainod. tko In) day ,,f
....r Auiwt, A D 1MI, hoa ruled ." .n r,,
,avenue; J. H. Dodson, mlniiter.' preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 T. ORDER ID: Mint this ........ ko iiuklhihodMuo M and' aw mndo npplloMlon torn lot
'{Sunday ichool at 9.49: a. m.; m.; Young people's meeting at 8:30 n wook fur tonr oonooondoo wooki 1 I. RED FRYERS-LIve or dre..-I deal U bo leaned Uwroon Sold. <..,Ilfi-
.. "Thn Loooor-EnlornrlM": n nowipniorluhlkihrd ed. Free delivery In city.; Phone mon nnnran. the folkiwlns dr.rlb.4m
;Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m., p. m.,; Ladles' prayer circle, Tuesday In Dodo County, Ktarldn. Plant TTr I. .... County of Dad.. .,.,. ufriarMa
yuniar Y. P. at lUll: p. m. Prayer at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer DONE' AND' ORDERED nl Hlooil. Dade S35-M. McEwen Poultry I 'tii-wtl
On.... Florida, thta. tko lit in of DooomB ., of NW\ NW, ..rNEUorSn-:
meeting, {:30'p.,m. Wednesday. i service Thursday at 7:30: p. in.Dee. bar' '***. I FOR SALE Carton of six J'-i II, bI Id Hiulh.' lens_ 111
B. trATHFRMAN, j _Taw..b1r .. .. ,,
"r. mere r I Ir M
TCHCBCH! OF THE NAZARENE -Christmas program Clark l of the Cheek Court I oz. sealed Jan of Florida Tropical \\1'0.County nf DK>. Slut.. .., II _H|.
: I' at 7:30.o* In and for Dndo County Florida I Jelly. Especially; packed for ..5e.amnt ,.I 'mid' : ,adr,
I' lI.meateacl-Th' llev W H.i By U. gWirr. Opnty Otork. gift Price $I 00. Mn. BerthaR. M oortttlontp murl 1 M Nr"p.ry, ". no
(True of ClnuH Court 1001.1) i loft MRH. J. C. IAVA<.f:
Parker)jxi td-, Sunday school at' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN K"W"'I.IKNIGHT, Edwards Homestead Route Unlooi Mid crrtlfi..t' .. .hull Kf ", ?'rnI -
145 L 11 CHURCH W. CLINTON QKKCN I I od ........ I* law Ibr 4r.MNy rlMrrlliW
m.; preaching at a. m 1, Rodland Rd. ( 20 U>
I[ By W. CLINTON CKtluN: of Coo_. n thrown will' ko sow M UK hlsb..t bible
Y, P. S. and, Don.. d. It. I*. tn. IN. .I... 1. 1 *7I I OourMMMo draw on the fir.. II...
Juniors'meeting at 830: p. m. lIomeatead-llrome avenue at FOR SALE Chayote 75c: a 1 V In tile mMh of January, IM7. .hb
N. 16th street the Rev. E. L. Nelson NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX I dor Chinese 8c lb.
yet'ylleelngWednesday: ; ; event ; DEED ; iplnach ; t."r; "Ad.I .
mg 7p.m. minister. Bible ichool a) (110.... Bill No. HI tree spinach ISc lb.; lemon JJcdot. K. B LBATHtlRMANOlnrh .
10 a. m; preaching at 11 a. m. NOTICE M WlllBBY QlVkM that B D. .; okra, market price; carteiatelly. I of Olnult Cr'.
LEE holds of Sum and County Ton Dade: County I' .UClmH .
Dee U-Christmas procraaa and 8 p. m.. Young people meeting tlfhnta .... SMtll blood the Ilk .c..1 ; Mn. Geo. W. Xosei, Sr., duet awl
at 7 p. m.BHRITUALIST. "....... A. D. 1111, ku fled.. nana In Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd.I Br N. C. STCRRETT: p ClDo .
:1(7ft'faft nado ..
t I offfco and hna nvpMrntlon n 4. II. 'H, all)
.... dead to hi bound thrroon. Sold C,.I IUfteato
I [ Mnceion the Rev. C. H. Con- ThMPLE OP ,,
="O'tw'o -= dworlktd, FOR SALE-Ripe orange, tangerines -,I
I tof. Sunday school at 0:4V I TRUTH oroportT harms, U of state of grapefruit, fryers, eggs

I Ilrtlchfn, at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30: I .1::b.Ia.of MEH to '; Dr. Shanklln Grove, H mile
Homestead branch
p. at t 30 portion Mom.to I CrystalLzed Fruit
i meeting : ; youn.people'l west of Florida City.; o30-tf)
I Spiritualist Temple of Truth inWoman' Knot, nmuunlnn S AorM more or I I
meeting at 830.: Prayer too In tko CounUr of Dndo SUM of .I : Pound 75 Half Pound
Club, 410 N. W. Eighth 4lfMrs.
(meeting MANGO CHUTNEY 3o an oz. or
_ _Wednesday! at T.30: p. m.
4 avenue. Men's Bible class and ...FIoridto.'i"J.: .nndori meow i JSc a pint Jungle Grove.IN I Grant Mahan
EPISCOPAL. young people's lyceum at 7.13 p. of MRS. DOROTHY EVANS
J 1 m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson Unhoo said certificate hall ko rodonn.1! Till COUNTY lUDGrw COURT WAND West Bauer Drive
St, ... .... mil DARK COUNTY, FLOWIDA.
John's S. E. Second avenue od I. to tint prooorty doocrlbod -
and at 7.45; lecture and message at Ingrate will ko ...... to tile .."'-..... IN PROHATI I
Fourth Street Homestead. 730.: blddor at the Coorvkaun door an thorirot I In lie ESTATE or RORFRT O. WnVLIAMS
Sunday ,achool at ':45 a. m.; Mondnr In the Month of JanuaryItn. ALIAS R. O. WILIIAMS.KOTITB 1 .
which la tho dub dy of Jnnnnry, I-....
1M7. TO CRHDrTOaaT W. Maxwell 'SmithINSURANCE
Our Perfect Optometric linked uib lad day of I>*mnbM> loss.Z. All Crodltoro. .... AH roroooo Marine
II. LRATHF.RMArI.Cbrk I Claim or Uooundn AntaM Bold Rotator
HOMESTEAD HONELAUNDRY of Cite is Court You and ash of you. mm baby noilflod .
Service Will County, florid nnd required. to or-.ol Nor tinkle IRK
100'- : Sick ilUior of
I C. .. Court and dMonoon run or pee.
Br Jf. C. arr RRETT. D. 6Doo .'May knM umlnol the oitatt of ......" O. 14....
< ., ... IS tl.41| ..> ,.......- .&.0. "11'_. dinioui. Offrce la AresdeNEW
r 1: 'K _"''' Iota of Wnohlnptno CJaoo.... ..............
NOTICEPonernl i .. tb* .... W. r. BI..I.. CouM I...
t* tie -l.i..f ii of Dodo loo.ty. ot Mo off 5.'' In the Coon.tr .1 I I' -
11S 'S. W. 2nd ST. I! IM of the M..klnr Art: of 1988. '::-i CoorthooM hi Dodo c:..",. norida.within
Dr. Neuenschwander hereby .1_ kr Tbr race Notional Bank I rfeht whmUr O..OO. from tho
MiX I of 11_". la Ikr sly of HonoouoJ dot of the fhM publication, horoof. Boldihuno G. BALL
[ ALICE KEITT. PROP. Dr. B. GonzalezOPTOIETRISTS Stake 0< t'lerldo.hot tko Habllltr Import or -Mk h bo fears to and pro.
oooo the bottom ot Sharon of onMnon *mind ao .'_IeI. or same will ko hnrnd.Dotod 'Votary Pablo -..
ark kr the irortdomj mt Sill,I. Doooojhor I. A. l>. IMo.CASPKM .
Cashlnd Carry Prices U S. Robed ButnM. *a .=. nndSMtkM WILLIAMS, FIRE IXSCIIAXCV" A5D
Phone I-I2.7 II at tko ,..-.., Rearm Art atunoadod. At Prwrmt "f for Lan Will' toil Tort*. '
I- July I. ItnBr : MM of Bohort (i. WIII__ ..... R. O.rirol DKEU 145 EBM
I Throughoutu Venetian Arcade Miami ardor of the Board of Dlrortom. William. Donta"
I Mai4a'AOplianees ". t. WoLENDON. C.5hl.e."i 1 pukMraUou MI Dmootkor II, 114. A. RMUM ....
t0* t-Mar ll> (IMU, II, It It l Ml JM 5. W4?t

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MIXED CANDY,, lb. 15 C r d TURKEYS, Ib, --.- -32 f

.." ", i
Peppermint Patties or FRESH KILLED : \

Bitter Sweets, lb. pkg..25c fiD'I...."'. HEAVY HENS, lb. .326., ;i 4 4s

iI s i
Chocolate CoveredCHERRIES Hard Mixed MAXWELL HOUSE BULK Armour's Star i_'. /

Cordial Filled Centers -j [

1 lb. p k g. ..,. 35c Tb.------.. 25c lb. .......... 28c 5 Ibs ,..,... 26c lb. .......:: i i i

Any Brand Premium Boston Cot**

MILK i !.fi tt} Beef RoastIb : :

Stall cans _...22c _._....._. 30c

Selected For many days we have been pre FOOD *
paring this fine offering of quality Small
POTATOES foods.= We are confident that you '"
will find every item you wish. And HAMS
10 Ibs _...... 31c we are certain that you will findeverything U whole lb
:of the very highest possible 7% or 30C
quality. rt..,4
Come in and look over '"
Fresh Killed ,
our selection of Fruit '
Mince Meat, pkg. IQc s''
Cake and other Xmas 1 ,- FRYERSIb

at Reasonable Cranberry Sauce can.lGcPumpkin + lb. _._._....;.;35c
Prices. . i4plw% N
No. 2M can,13c
Ik LDl ont Country Roll
i MQ, SI* CAM .
White or Yellow Fresh Prunes 15c BUTTERCORN .. /.
-:- fi CAN ..
I: Pie Cherries 15c Ib. ...----?..." .. t fO.>O\;

I No. 2 can.-- 15c NO.x CA."i .
; Peaches Del-Monte,._ 18c Fresh ShipmentOYSTERS
,\ All-Green
Pecans shell Ib.29cEnglish
paper ,
Asparagus TipsNo.2can..29c ,._....
'i I -;- Standards, qt. ; 59c
'!; Walnuts- lb... 29c Extra Selects, qt. ...75c

;i Mixed Nuts lb. ..... 29cBrazil
Nuts lb. .u__ 29c
I Lik BO Lemons, per dozen ... 12c
Ig.pkg. ...... 21c Guava Paste, ._ 35c Yz! or whole,lb.31c .

Sweet Pickles, qt ..TSte Oranges, large doz. 18c
Assorted Flavors Western .
,}!, Pure Preserves Sliced Beets,No.2 can 15c Tangerines, doz. .... IQc Chuck Roast
l lb.Tea Glass 25c Fresh Parsley, bunch Sc Delicious Apples,3 Ibs.25c Ib _____.._.--.20c 11

: FRESH CRANBERRIES, lb. ......_..._.. 25c PORK LOIN-ROAST, end cuts, lb. ......: Tc

FANCY CELERY, Ig. bunches, 2 for ___... 25c WINFSAP APPLES, 4 lbs. .........,,.4129c t

LETTUCE, Fancy Iceberg, 21g. heads.15c PITIED DATES Fancy, per lb. ..........,17cM

. lw .
I j IDAHO BAKING POTATOES, lb. ...........,.. 5c YELLOW ONIONS, 3 As. ......--....:..\\JOe

:> : FANCY SWEET POTATOES, 5 lbs. ....... 19c FRESH ENGLISH PEAS,3 lbs. ........_... 25c,

,,; APPLES,Fancy Yorks,5lbs. .__......... 25c HUBBARD SQUASH, lb. ...,........,.,.-.tJ9c. ; ,

{ We Wish You a Merry Christmasf.


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