The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00159
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1938
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
 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: UF00087294:00159
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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:II MANY GIVING' "The At School Viking Auditorium' Arctic Movie\ Here Drama Tomorrow, FREE FISH DINNER TO EACH



movie which J can vouch for Its authenticity' ,

foundland .. I proud to see the lives of my 'I

ground for a thus depicted la this dra-
FOUNDATION will be I and authentic manner II

Cooper I i of the leads are .featured

urday !I pla"eI'L11011..... Is
the auspices Bob Bartlett who went I -

.One Fourth of Quota Sub I Perry to the North Pole 2 HURT AS TRUCKSIDESWIPES Rotes From Jlany States
ceeds of the Viking" will be the initial
scribed In Forenoon Warmed
purchase of of films selected by the by Hospitality -

YesterdayPRESIDENT'S lector and A. Last week' feature. AUTO Shown Here

Homestead Jeanette McDonald, Joe

visual and Zasu Pitta, wee a THOROUGH TOUR OF
The for "William Tell
; cost the live by the film company because

that of the & advance notice In

t Founders' Certificates on sell and also ,. Francis :J Brady of Redlan Morning Spent on FarmLands
sealing the Intermission between the suffered a compound fracture o f Afternoon
Sale Now to Be Tick- Wilfred shows last Saturday .J.me.1 the left arm and Leo Bishop o f in

1 ets of Admission and county superintendent Homestead escaped with a bruised Fruit GrovesA

Labrador instruction, commended cheekbone when the car In which
I' cently beard Homestead Parent-Teacher they were returning to Homestead dinner at Legion: halt. Home

More than one hundred dollars says in a for making a move to from Hialeah was sideswiped by stead, which featured generous
of the $400 set a. Homestead's and repeated helping of fried bluefish
,. a moving picture machine a heavy freight truck on the Fed-
quota In the campaign for the new tool of visual education: in eral highway, Just north of Kings at no cost to the diners, anda

national foundation lot infantile BOYD Homestead schools He told highway at about 7:18 last night three-fourths bushel bag of fruit
to each far a* a souvenir sent 173
paralysis, had been railed by noon )' experiment which Both Brady and Bishop are em- Rotarians
visiting to their
that knowledge obtained ployed at the Hialeah Park racetrack resume
yesterday, accenting to Preston B. YET motorcade through the Redland
Bird, local chairman of the committee : ( the eye I* retained many Brady as a member of the District Wednesday afternoon with
as well as that acquired track police force and Bishop as
for the celebration of the kindly feelings toward the district
President' WEST hearing or otherwise a ticket seller at the mutuel win
birthday. The quota, iu
general and the Homestead
T. Pearson, county supervisor dows. They were in Brad,' car
bet by Mr. Bird bids fair to be exceeded I Rotary Club In particular
also complimented the with Brady at the wheel when the
before Se campaign Is climaxed Coming down from Miami In the
At noon ,
P.-T. A. and crash
sup occurred. Undimmed lights
by the President's birthday had not yet I remarks made by Mr. of the truck which kept on Its morning, the motorcade sponsoredby
ball Saturday' night, Jail 29, at Dade the Miami Rotary Club for
Both Dade County school after the accident
the Homestead way were a
Country Club. fessed part were Introduced by J. A. contributing cause Bishop said visiting Rotarians In Miami, went
The new national foundation for grocery store through the potato tomato and diversified
principal of the Home- Both men were taken to the
Infantile paralysis being financed Homestead schools. Post Graduate hospital vegetable fields of South
a -
tf sale of founders' certificates:; to receive motorlit After first passing aidtreatment.BQslopyvas Albpattah Garden and the East

personal founder at It, honor; Judge Ben Glade. Arriving Homestead r

t'e: : 12 'and family founder Boyd warla \ an!! Brady transferred to discharged the Dade with'tnoborcycle"pollce escort, th*
of two personal offering COunty hospital at Kendall visitors were greeted by membersof
founder certificate or one honor: Vest who, the Homestead club fed with

founder. certificate will entitle al him to set CITY TAKEN dispatch, efficiency and hoapiullty
couple to free admission to the ball. by the Homestead Parent-Teacher
to realize
The admission price to those not policy, was I INERS CLUB IS "RAIDED"AS Association and given facts and

having founder certificates will second dell' figure on the agriculture of the

be one dollar per person. Advance jury last I BOXING BOUT district by well Informed speaker
( reservation, If desired, may be half hours sewer grates work ex- The big moment of the day for
', obtained through Mrs. A. W. liability of under charcoal burning the visiting Rotes was when they

Hutchinson. ness suffered public."I stills, the Homestead ENDS IN MELEE went to their cars and found the

Names of contributors to the West's council Monday night author- .big souvenir bag of fruit which
Gordon Ivey. light and water I bad been
foundation fund up to noon yes women II I put In them while theywere
t terday appear on another page the former superintendent, to have the The "boxing match" Tuesday, at dinner. They had been
of this Issue In an advertisement store welded to their frames Mr. night between E. H. Gallaher and told of I souvenir awaiting them,

donated.by ,this newspaper. Preceding AM an reported that the grates had Chas. Pratt, wordy feudisU of the but few expecjed: more than two
this list are a proclamationby charges made disappearing at an expensive Redland District Lions Club or three fruit to the car The big

Mayor Tom Harris of Homestead Younts From some source came equaled In hilarity and surprisethe red net bags made the hit of the
end statements by Dr. J. A. C., the first that moonshlnen recent trial of Bill Geronimo day
Smith, Dr. J. B. Tower Dr. A. M. Boyd when he I weakness for that type of of the Homestead post of the Led by Chas t Brooks, Miami

Logaj, Ceo. W. Turner, Jr. president an, obtained wan as It Is Ideal for the American Legion. Rotarian who worked up the mor

of the Redland District 14. Mrs. embers that dlitlll their The only knockout was scored torcade,the visitor wound throughthe

J Chamber of Commerce, the Dixie say she and in trade. 'on the referee, Tom Kirby who fruit growing section of Rcd-
:... council canvassed the re (Continued
Drug and Brown's Pbarmacy.-en- ceremony In was carried out on a stretcher by on Page Three)
doping the campaign for the of the Jan. 13 city election
f new November 23, attendants of a Turner ambulancethat
them to be ai previously
national foundation for Infantile gether until was In: waiting nearby the
Jra these columns.
paralysis. charge ( I clubhouse. A general melee ensued EX-SERVICEMEN
Henry Brcoker, Jr,
Contributor from yesterday to for' : : in which the principals and
that he would intro-
noon of next Thursday will be claring she their seconds took part, and In the TO
a new form of building per YARNS
published in next week's issue previous midst of the uproar the club- was
the next council meeting
"I am greatly pleased with the wife was raided" by Road Patrolman S. r.Pye .
permit for repairs and
response we ale setting frnm the Friday She were granted Monday I and Policeman B. Q Pvej of HERE ON FEB. 16
iiiri"d '
public, Mr yesterday Homestead who "air" the
Iftern"I I have never seen ;participants In the r. .1.1A I
Edwards, who is auditing the
such an absence of hesitation In I the joint "'L At the meeting on Feb. 2, the
books, recommended that
:, contributing to any cause as thereIs To : I payroll be made AS 1 lights went out In app .. I, Ploy Scout troops of homestead
in this campaign for funds to On Y melodrama fashion ar..t ndhe > tnd Redland will be guest of the
Friday evening :
establish I new national foundation bedlam. When mint Kumeitead post of the American
\ for fighting"every phase of Merchant quieted down the match egioi at a get-together that will
Infantile paralysis, 1 believe we ness roes I'. Bouts on FFA Card :dared a draw. be featured with refreshment f

ti will go over the top with flying urged te School Gym Tonight Earlier in the evening Harold I consisting of hot dog sandwiches

1 colors in attaining out quota. ef the 1 L. Mitchell, former U S navy fruit punch and the* fixings Both

bet ef bouts are on the card which I aviator who now reside in Per-r troops had been extended en Invitation -

: THE WEATHER Seeder offered In the Homestead tine, gave a talk on balloons and nd the date was set definitely

C, ef deckling I gym tonight In the series dirigibles, bow they are made and at the regular semi-monthly"
om.w wain. eared .. na.a.M..sk.ta.s..la.ea observe : matches sponsored by I how they ar inflated and flown. meeting of the Legion post Wed*
1 8.1. rM.M. ,. .
The dates Chapter\ Future nesday nightAt
Date (HaJl1WII1: ) Rats ing the of America, the following meeting,on Feb.
I Local Welfare Workers
t Jan. T -I IS liS !lull days during main bout will be between 18, service ysrn swapping will bt

Jan a. ___..I I 69 1 be J0.13I ISAM *** wM be 1 eecI, US pounds, and James Change Office Hours Inaugurated, and another recreation 1

:r. Jan. 9 _____I I M | I Irr I I* fee settled.The 17( pounds. Others Jjour feature contemplated 14,
Jan. 10 : -_ I i J7 iso.ui ct I are: : .The j Homestead office of the lung exercise to the tune of wartime
!. Jan. 11 ---t I 8( |166 |130.051| aarf final ... Smith 180, vs. Wsn..Face district welfare board "win now ditties U: an ex-service! pianist

+ Jan. 12 -- 84 | ST 130.071) 'r I 170. I be open from 9 a. m. till 12 on can be located. '

;. Jan. 13 _-1 1 T7 |160 |3IM) | acreement : Basso Its Vs. Fred Bar, Tuesdays and Friday, Mis Evelyn It was suggested that the ed-J

'Jan. 14 --1 I 81 (.91 130.III/ the .4e .... 1 r' .* Under*, senior worker in the jutant, with the help of all th ).

Jan. ISI" I a-13 .. an : Pacetti ISO. vs. Walter. office,*announces., J member tt he/post, coinpllc *n,
.7... 16 -173 1 I 147 I II 1 owed past i iI : ." Ooldlng. 130. The,office U located la the MoJrory up-to-date, list f oft all ftcrlc

;' 17 ___. .I I 80.1 1 44 I Jii1 Jii1Jan. I sue ese bad DiNatale, 105, vs. Kenneth C Arcade, and an applications mess In the Redland District The?
Jan. 18 I 1.11 i 48 j3009| certainty ... I ;> It L for old age assistance and WPA. poet voted \o broadcast! an lnvlla-4

l Jan. 19 __ ,..S3Si I ((3040)TT ) Uads .f .KUuv 111, v*.JUtbert. Hob.NY A..ether welfare work I tf-m for all ex-eervlce men to cdtn*
tan 20 | n |30.14| I and baying I be made then -' should our'td"th 'meetirjf"bn! .FV. 1C

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f _ n THE LEAD ENTERPRISE Friday January 21.1938 1j 1
follows: I Westberry. ( ____. ._ .. 0 0 0 Silver Palm Methodist Church Hilliard of Naranja; four sots, f .
Lake Worth Beaten'!Honest*" tgft.. pt Hay, c ____ _,___.0 0 0 with the Re, T. IL Norton la B. Billiard of Princeton C A
(IMcDanIotl, 1 ___---I 0 1 The lime between the B Items I charts, assisted by the Rev. C. A.ended HillIard of Homestead, and Leo
By lUlS. 30-14 in Sullivan f ._9 0 0 of Homestead and Ponce I Condors and the Rev. Harley R. and L. F HUliard of Naranja.;
Bishop, f __I 0 I with a SCOT of II to 12 la favor ol Cor*. seven daughters, Mrs Eva Fletcher
Game Last Night ,Rill ____.. _0 0 0ILlttle Homestead. Mrs. Milliard her son, Leo, and of Aladdin City, Mrs. Maggie
I __4 0 1 Miss Elinor Payne were all three Connor of Homestead Mrs. Viola f
Homestead chalked up another,l4cKaJl'. a __..2 J 0 Mrs. Julia Milliard Dies Injured in I collision Dee 24 between Pteoock of Vero Beach, Mrs. Ella
victory last tight with a M to 14 Mdlicbltl g _____2 I 0 Miss Payne's car and the Keen of Princeton, Mrs. Louise .
tear over Lake Worth at the'Martin, g _._____0 0 1 Following Auto Crash I Billiard car driven by the' HUUard Everett of Naranja Mrs. Inez Al-
Homestead gym Little led in 0 I youth who to still in the bury'of blamorada, and Mrs. Etber .
points with a score of 12. and MeMkhael -:ICa"1 Mrs. Julia Hilliard of N.ranJIwho hospital with a broken leg and Lambert ot Naranja; two
was next with a scot t _.1 0 0 flittered broken ribs bruisei broken arm. brothers C. Gosunan of Silver
0. :fl ISudd1U1. t 0 1 0 ,and shock .In an automobile accident Sixty years old at the time of Palm and Henry Gossmaa of
Hesseoead ft. ft .(. ,Powers t 2 2 I i on Dee. 24, died Monday fa her death Mrs. Milliard came to Imokalee; I sister Mrs. Ida Wood-
c. Little. c .__ I 2 2 ''IMWT7. e 0 1 0 the county hospital at Kendall. Naranja M years ago. She Is ward of Silver Palm; and by 21
Bishop 1 -_-2 I 0 1 I g __0 I 4 Funeral service were held la the survived by her husband, X F. aTandchUdren. .J
McKlch, I 4 I I
Caves, g.- ___._1 0 l'
7oIcDadJel, g I 0 ;
Lake Worth .1 4
Das>lels, g __0 0
Small, 1 .__ ___0 I "
Kunkel f .___.. _2 0 0 I

Weaver, ,g g. -':-.= .-- --:-:,1 2 : 0Vibert 1Darr. I "TIllS SPOT lIAS YOUR N IE 6 OS IT!

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IUIS. Takes Ponce 27-11 i

In Game Played Friday! ..j r Id
Homestead took Ponce de Leon
M to 11 Friday night at the
Homestead gym Little with a .1.:
score ot S, and McKay with a''i UlF t "
score of T, led In making up the
28 points for Homestead.The I, ,I
Hne-ups and scores were as
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Homestead F. F. A. NewsThe : "

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regular meeting of Homestead -
Chapter Future Farmers of,
America was held at the Future
Fanner clubhouse Wednesday
night The meeting was devoted, '
to parliamentary proceedure. P; S
The committee gave a reporton ; fear (6l'seise
the boxing match. I cool 6u
Friday, Jan 28, twenty members '
of the Homestead chapter will go ; u..un
to Tampa to represent this chapter -'
at the state fair. I Za yi j
This year the chapter will PUb-I r"we
lish I school: annual for the
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I HEATING I II : WE'AE beside a Gulf a spot pump-tha" clear/y .."..11 t,."' ,

: your jumping- place for pleasanter II
'V""I' OIL CMAN.-Repl.
I Virgil P. troD |I' (Florid motoring. tin IHwAnaMihty nlmh'Z 100 ;.= j
I II I IL daring a.lone drive.At moves Good Ctilfdwkn
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You 11 not only get the finest gasolinesand ., Jews with cold botiM tint*. .,

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I formation a whole flock of "Tourist 1I\ } '

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Friday January.2t-l33S" THB IEADER.ENTERPRISR Pair Throw
Death Takw Produce William Edwards b Now "What beg?* of a cow and I want to know bow .r
many faucets to put on her. -Kx.Turner's .
Buyer John B. Mixson Registered "Any bus. It's any husbano.dinner -
___ PharmacistI I I and he works In the Lost

ron.tlnuecll'rom PaP One) The body of John a Mlxion, 68- William B. Edwards, son of Property."-Londfm Daily Herald Funeral
who died Mrs. Virginia Edwards, one of Home
land and Silver Palm In the after: year-old product buyer was
noon. her Friday after a short illness the 29 who passed the stat City boy; "Say, dad, how many ''-11. AMBULANCE SERVICE
was tent to Allendale. S. C, hU pharmacy examinations held by "
=Rotary kind of milk are there Lady Attendant
The dinner, served 1 .
former home by Turner Funeral the Stat Board of Pharmacy In
Club by the Parent-Teacher Home Saturday.Mr. Gainesville. Seventy-five took the i Father: "Why, my son?" Phone 564-R Homestead,Fla.
Association was arranged by a Mlxion had been comlnf to examinations.Mr. I Boy "Oh, I'm making I picture .
committee headed by Mrs. C. H.i Homestead during the vegetable: Edwards: who Is now employed I
Steffanl. Quick and efficient service shipping season for several years In Frank Llndenwn's Ph.r-I
was provided by 20 girls from He came down for the current season -, macy in Leesburf ranked second I Announcingthe
the ninth grade home economics a month prior to kU death. Its In the Georgia state pharmacy
class. Great quantities of fruit leaves his wife, Ella; two sons, examinations held last summer!
Jt" punch served to the visitors as Major Archibald Mites Mixson of The Georgia examinations served opening
they came In the hall was squeezed Appleton, W..., J. B. Allison, Jr., to register him In Alabama, also
by members of the Homestead of Tampa; a daughter Ruth 'Mla-
Chapter, Future Farmers of America Ttnn.i CHAMBLISS GROCERY STOREI
son Booth of franklin, ; a Mrs. Haley's Father
who also got chain, helped 'brother. 0. S. fllxsn of Oronw
I other with frying. the fish and did many burg 8. Co; Md'two listen Mri Dies in Buford, Ga.:: Located near,Uaptist church in colored town
D. J. Tow_ er Megget S C., and
StefXani was assisted by Mrs, Mertta Onendalf of Charles. Mrs. Paul Haler eI FtocM City
Mrs. J. E Gauzeni, Mrs C. T ton, 8. C. for Buford, Oa, .Ueavdk Saturday January 22nd
Harper, Mrs. Landon Carney, Mrs. I haft to be with her father, 8 ,
P. B. Bird Mrs. E. J. DyaL Mrs Too Littler :' Bushn: who 'Wai critically iU
Elizabeth Fuchs, Mrs. T. 1. Faust, The woman wa directed to her I I Mr Buiha died Tuesday afternoon
Mrs. K. H. Done, Mrs. C. J. Par- Carrying a full line cf
seat at the military tattoo by an!. Mr Haley left Nor Buford Tuesday .
men Mrs. :A. F. Arthur, Mrs. obliging officer, and offered him' evening..
Frank Rue, Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson sixpence. "Her you art, my man.'I ." I I STAPLE GROCERIES AND FRESH
Mrs. Paul Reynolds Mrs. C. beg your pardon, madam, but Illfk Time
W. Little, Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle and I am an officer" I j I j During a session of court then MEATSYour
Mrs. Ben Archer. "I can't help It; that's all the was so much talking and laughter
Boy Scouts under Policeman B. change I've got" -Edinburgh Dis ,Ming on that the judge, becoming-
G. Dye directed traffla and parkIng patch. :much provoked, shouted: patronage will be appreciated
of can when the motorcade I "Silence! Order In the court! Wft I
arrived at Legion hall. Perhaps Not !have decided half a dozen cams
President W. E. Rheney of the A Scottish farmer, walking home her this morning, and I haven't) '
Homestead club turned the program from the kirk with his wife and heard a word of one of 'em! J. S. CIIAIIIBLISS'Proprietor
of the dinner over to County thinking over the sermon, In which Silence!"-Ex,
Agent C. H. Steffani, general the minister had expounded I
chairman after a welcome had rraphlcally on everlasting punish-I. Ample Directions
been extended the visitors by ment, exclaimed: "Here, sonny, run and put this I iIparcel
Vice-president W. M. fifield. "Mal'1lt canna bet It just canna on the bus for me." I IItalian. Surveys MapsA.
Frank B. Rue told of the 8,000 bet No man's constitution could'
acres of Irish potatoes that would Stand lt-Ex.! | R. LIVINGSTON
be ready for digging a few days,' 'American .
of the 12,000 acres of tomatoes, Orator -AU wealth Is tainted! RestaurantItalian REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
from South Miami to 15 os 20 miles
Listener-'Ow do you mean Spaghetti Dinners
south of here, of the 3,000 acres tainted? Registered; Land SurveyorBox
of beans, squash, beets and other JOE TOBCISEOrp. :
Orator-Taint yours, nor taint liDS HOMESTEAD. FLA.
Depot Florida City
vegetables that 'are being raised mine' -Ex. I

Dr,.H. S. Wolfe, horticulturistin
charge of the Subtropical Ex-
periment Station, told of the son
formation!&! thf RMfltmd District,
told of tht"Vaj o4i citrus fruit,
avocados and SIMM mangoes and
75 varieties of tropical fruits
grown here, .
I W. E. GUI of Boston, respondedas
spokesman the visitors

, Mr. Steffani Introduced Mr.
Brooks and Arty Deere of the Miami .
Bulb as two men who made the
motorcade possible, and a little
later presented James Sottile, Sr..
as one who had a large share In RECORDS In the hands of Oldsmobile 4. Down-Draft C.rbur.Uoaucl
making the reception of the visitors .
owner aa well so records at the other money saving Innovations Sea
a success.Edward
General Motors Proving Ground show your Oldsmobile denier for a trial
that Oldsmobile for 1931 Is setting; drive that will open your eyes to
Stiling alt-time highs in gasoline economy something; sensational In day-to-day
This economy la the direct result of driving economy. For uJH..ecoa.
: I Real Estate such feature all L Vacuum Fuel cay, drive an Oldsmobile with the)
I t General Insurance' Saver !. Automatic Choke. 3. Elec' Automatic: Safety TransmIssIonof.r .
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i Pare Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE, Friday. January 21, 1938

\ THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE to LORJDA. ""ifIJ!t e! rrrr o ri B 1111111111I Ui 11I1111I111111I1111I111I11 II 1111I

Published Fridays at Homestead
Fla., by the Smith Dade f' MX MODEL. Of 20 Years Ago

Publishing Co. ,IfMJQAJ;GENERAL

'jj= BEN ARCHER ._ Editor y MU/AM MN&, IIIIIIIIiIIIIIiilllllliiiiiUilIIIIiIIIII1; IITI.
.._. __ Associate Editor 7 h.n shawl lU.sb.e Isare. 111.w 11..u".w.Issas
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.GWE OF f20CIDASG .. as N.W1111111 r...... __ 011,41,
Intend M seemed close small ..real Ort IT, list whk Uw I a.-
suite Marrh I, UU. *f the post FA7 EST ........-

alike at Himestesd,Florida wader.
the act of Match .. 1171. -"Mrs. R. L. Hobson and her sls.ter. .
Mr*. Thompson from Kansas
8UB. PRICE "... A nAB .b ar. who 4s spending the wtntaer,bet*, .

au..interested in Bed Cross work."lone ?' ,
Wasted Energy ':- Seymour; Dane was elected .",
1 secretary and treasurer of the Red. .
Remember Eddie Can....'* fam- land Red Crots auxiliary.." .
I eua wlM-cr.ck, asks Lesdershlp -"On Thursday Mrs. 'Chart**.'
, "How many people work Mr*" Camp received word from her son;

: Paul, that .he arrived In Europe
\ I fty safely. He is with. the aviation' '
. The average man consume lea corps." :

than 25 per cent of his potential _")Ire. W. J. Barton was appoint. '
energy during any one day. That ed publicity committee for the I
t sounds Impossible but It I II true. Improvement Society at the meet.*
'. Every one of ut haa the Innate ing on Wednesday afternoon at
power to do twice aa much and the home of Mrs. Ben Flower r
more than "actually do accomplish After the devotional service, save

! ral selections. were rendered while
Tliat'a true mentally ai well ai the ladles did Red Cross work. ..If141'1.

physically A famous logician -" A. J. Campbell ha* beenon
phmaed It this way; "Our need ri the sick list the past week."
y lun't for new knowledge, but for .yy a t
\ -"W. J. Tweedell ha entered
, the will and the desire to use the
/ MOZN suit against F. J. Powers for $20,-
knowledge we Selling
; Iiuurance 000-( 'damage Lewis Twyman I*
! Mr. Tv.eedeU's attorney and Smith,
Shutts ft Bowen will probably
Revised Bridge Rules look after Mr. Power's Interests"

-"The service arrived in
I Pick up cards ai dealt BO you
time for services and Mrs.
can be ready to bid ahead of the "r' Sunday
/ 1OQING MEJfOI/AL .000M t ra } iw s W. J. Barton as teacher of the Be,
I other ladies. !LA'STATE.4=411M-GNNESY/LLE rean Class of the Baptist Church,
I 2. When your hand It poor, mention -
presented the flag to the Sunday
; it ail It will guide partner In WILLIAM WING LORING fought under monies went for scholarships at the University school. It has five blue star

\ bid and play. three flags and took an active: part of Florida and Florida State College on the white field, five young men
3. It partner bids tint do not in four wars. After attaining a major- for Women. having gone from the class to serve
1 hell tate. Make a Jump ralae. He generalship in th" war between the states The PORTUGUESE MAN OF WAR their country."
;' has to>> play It he was called'to Egypt bythe Khedive, found by the thousandsoff the coastsof -"Mrs. Henderson mother of -

1 4. Occasionally: ask what la given the title of Ferek Pasha and pla- Florida is a very: strange marine for the Henderson boys.who were killed *
r trump M It shows you are Interest ced In command ,of the Egan army nation. It is not really one single 'animal by the bank robbers, ws takento. "
( ed In the game. and navy. As such: he distinction but, is actually composed hundreds .'the asylum on Thursday by ae
1 Waits around the able when for eight year His title at that of minute inter-dependent Bring form COUfttl"'oUldaL" '
dummy and look at the other time, was the highest ever bestowed upon Hanging beneath its bladder-like' upper '-"The .Ramblers took a truck .
hands--it help foreigner. He died in IBM. ,AI of I his portion are .long stinging threads that ride out to Royal. Mm Park. OB
5. Never hurry Try several personal property tadudtar a large and ton' highly poisonous. Numerous small Friday evening for a dance the
card MI each tncrulltIl.UI'I which valuable collection of art and I historic objects fisher often hide among these threads ; dub house. Mr. Moaner. greeted,
one prefer. now on exhibition, was willed to the which sometime* Wt oat CO feet behind, U)* young,folk* when they arrived
1Help you partner with suggestion.Dent ., Florida State Museum at Gainesville. AH the crest and had a big fire going U the fireplace -.;.' .
to cheer them an. entering .
show a lack of Interest whendummy. the house. All voted having a
Registrar S. S. Doyle( the col d
,. English Now Only Subject Specified let stated Thto afford-the high i 1904,tll1te and Mr. Mosier gave s .
.a& reel free la criticize yourpartner cordial invitation to 'come'again'.
and toot the Improvement In Admission Units FSCWTallahassee school much greater freedom totmeet .* "
.. Required by theo needs of their students.* There were 28 In the party. .
in his playing (Florida City). '.
IV If cards run poor, expose an
deal Jan. 20 omlcs music psychology shorthand .- 761 In State Hospital I '
honor and demand a square whichiafford \ !colored males and 133 colored fe
in Washington. In admission requirement and typewriting.; I Are Syphilis ,Victims males.
1 I Standardisation of requirementsfor
10. If a money game be sure to wider choice of subjects Barbara Phelan recently speaking -
atop when ahead. It leaves a lasting -' by the high school student fields In which student do I Chattahooe Ja". 20 (FNS) AI before the student body at
their major work also has bean affected 1
recent check of Inmates of the
the Florida State College for Women ,
Impression. ing for college hare just been at Florida State College '
Florida State Hospital here, according -I in the-drive now being stagedto < '
11. Always explain-your plays., fected at Florida State College where It was voted tq abolish to J. H. Therren, superintendent eradicate this dread disease
U lnow.card'
when set
particularly ef-I Latin as s requirement lor the !
Women. showed that 781 of themwere
knowledge.IS. from the state, said that the work I
degree ef Bachelor of Arts. No I
Principal la the afflicted with syphilis. This of Stuart O. Thompson covering
Do not try to memorize all change department of the College hereafterwill I
la approximately seventeen the 1917 to 1935 In
ion that the entering student need per period from
th rules; It to too confuting and require snores than 24 hours cent of the total population of the 1917 of
have only three prescribed units I Florida showed that In *
form. to be taken In that
not In Rood department as
hospit,1" I.V
of English Instead of nine units population of 912,888. persons, .
13. Cat chocolate or other adhesive credit for the atudant's major field The number of Wtla'
of English, modern language, algebra I syphilitics were per cent of the white people
\/ candy white playing, so geometry, history and whereas until now individualdepartments 'divided at follows: m white' lyphilltlc and 51.4 per cent of 1 the) '
1 curds will not skid. science as In former yean. Graduation have varied In the males and 18 white females; 293'J negroes; In 1J35, of a populationat 1 I I:I
, 14. Bang each card on the table. from an approved high number of hours they nq\lJre4,1or colored males and 275 colored ,.-[, 1814.000 persons, 9.4 per centof
i It helpe to keep your partner school with 10 unite remains the this purpose. % ,males. Admissions to the hoer) the whites and 87.8 per cent of
awuke. Bindery Talk.OriginalitY'. basic requirement for admission.The Commenting upon the change: in pltal for the insane directly duo the colored population were syphilitic
I admission requirements which I to syphilis were listed aa t> whit No cause for the increase
high school student
I now go Into effect September, 1838, !male and 2t white females, 1391'baa been
may select her 1) ether units from dllcoyered.'U
'such fields aa English, Journalism II;
,h Originality la nothing but Judicious and speech foreign language; history
Imitation. The moet original and social studies: mathematics
writer borrowed one from another ; science; or partly Iron
The instruction we find in 'vocational subject In the later Fertilizers Seeds Insecticides1
book la like fire. We fetch It she may not take store than
from our neighbors, kindle It at four units among the following s
horn, and communicate K to subjects: accounting, art-drawing,
ottters, and it become the) property -+commercial arithmetic commercial -

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J, ,". : I -," "There is no need for me to call attention to the worthiness of the 5 iO
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E: ': :" 'a fight'on infantile paralysis ia'whkh the President of the United E
: ; :.'',..:'..: '. .States iq taking the lead by lending his name to the campaign now<< .
'= rn' underway.' E
! 5 ... ,,,' "I am entirely confident that the people of Homestead and the = )
.. Redland District will support this movement to the utmost of i (
l" ",e a., ...!; .,' ,, ,.. their ability and hereby call upon them to rally around those who .. S3o <
t < have undertaken the work and responsibility of conducting,. I
.,,,: campaign and. staging the President's Ball." (
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i "Theimportace of this work is second to none. We ,,( ,Join this humanitarian fight. Buy a founder's
! should all get our shoulders to the wheel and push certificate". r* .\
!. this cause forward." .t.':: r
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r..... "Every citizen should co-operate in this drive "Such a worthy cause should be supported by every *"* is
r- against infantile paralysis. The importance could business man and private citizen in the Redland ==
e Z not be 'stressed too much. Let everyone. do ,his. District." rf\
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4 1": M. Torbert. JVIax Lower .?,' ''Frank Webb American Legion Post ,*T 5'
! Mrs. w E. Rheney '. L C. McGinnls i.:'; : Bevo Webb P C. Gilham' ii
. Mrs:: Wm J.'GeronimoBen ,W.II. Woods J. E. McClung C. J. Caves -,. =
Archer 0. B. Parker James Sottile,Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Bradley
I Mrs. T. J. Faust Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson Pearl Whitaker W. R. Bird 5e
Mrs. Preston B. Bird R'H. Done S.E. Townsend James L. Bird
Herman Marks Paul Reynolds Paul Losner Frank L.Skill
W. Y. Bush Geo, L. Swan Geo. Cooper Montese M. Wittkop
Chas. Turner Ben Leff Mrs. J. H. Brooks Dr. M. A. Berger
O. II. Sullivan C. J. Parman J.I..Scarborough W. B. Flowers .
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Pace Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 21, 1938I

man, Curlene Pace, Ann Hkkaoa, Free Lessons Offered Third street
Jane Fuchs,' Th classes will commence Man
trb Edmunds
I Catherine Suber, Ardel Parman, In WPA Home CenterMrs. day and will be held dally from
HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS Patty Robinson, Athley Kemp, 10 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Mrs. Hick
Geraldine Reitz, Mrs. Lehman and Mollie Hickman and Mrs. !Fan will b* in charge of rug mak,
I, line classes, and Mrs. Ashby will
Mrs. Msynard.Th ; Grace of Miami will
BT MELLA 8AUIS Ashby con-
'conduct classes in handicraft All
troop will be glad when Mrs. ;
Skill Is back. duct fret classes in rug making who are Interested are Invited to
The high school art classes will which was very Interesting. Fourth, I and various other handicraft arts visit the center and to take the
make posters for any one it the w* had our picnic lunch-bread, In Homestead it a WPA homemaking work.
rah of lOo for small posters and l creamed beef homemade butter, "Why did they invite only"mar thatted tem- Miss Klckmaa was formerly an
25e for large on**. So If you need lemonade, Ice, apples,fllnw, cooked ried folks to their wedding? center officer of the Miami B. P. W C. *
",. all the present would be porarily In the First Baptist Church
any posters se* the art cla apples and orange Fifth, w* again
P rested and cam bom clear profit.=-Ex. Sunday school building on N. W. PAD THE, WANT ADS I

Mrs. Webb's sixth grade had a Today Miss Carlson came down
half holiday last Friday. This class and demonstrated some food prep d
ii very proud of Its flag which has arations. She used sugar flour 'JABFAm
{ been put on the new Oaf stand. and fata. Everybody was present *
: Last week the meeting was called '
Mn. Flfleld'i class la studying to order by the president but I i / YES-ondflllnkoFa :;
; '. the chart of Stan at the different the secretary couldn't .find the
.time of the rear. The pupils are minutes. Mrs. Redd, our leader even bigger and bettorV8 tgtVes22fo27mlat 4 i ;'
finding this very Interesting. last year, told 4 honors. gallon I
Maud Hitch has reentered Our president appointed I committee 1fJ1lD V I per I
Mrt. Dye's fourth grade The pupil which goes as follows: ask J
( ant studying In geography the permission to sal candy, Kath- I
children of the desert. In artith- erine Kelly; advertise the sale,
metIc they are studying the different Fay Skiner, Betty June Jenkins i 1I
kinds of divisions. and Mary Radford; fix tables for
candy sale, Edith Booth and Elaine !
Miss Ray's class welcomes Billy King; check candy, Doris Cheshire
SuBoa from Tort Myers. Mabry Madlne Gilmer, Mildred Creer;
Scarborough was out of school one sell candy, Luna Mae Lett Philip. I .. JJt
day this week visiting the dentist. pa Gotf, Wllda Batts and Barbara
Barbara W.kefleld was out several Miller. I r r
+ days this week because of Illness. Everybody was present except
Wesley also was 111 several days. Shirley Danzey Grletja Terburg|
and Pearl Shuler who popped. I| ,. ;
Th pupils In Miss Jackson's j .r The New
room are studying the unit of fish. '" "' .-' .. THR IFTir .
i Aft 60. .
) They are making! border for the GIRL, SCOUT NEWSBy "? -1i
room of fish and other undersea Athley Kemp, Scribe

things, and they are making alsoi I ..w............'"......_._.'"""'"..... .-,-- I
some pretty things for their
very '
The regular meeting of the Cu I
I sandbox.
Scouts was held Tuesday at the

l .__"ww,,_.. home of Mrs. Skill. We sent flowers i DELIVERED
and presents to Mrs. Skill whoIs I II. t EI
Elementary 4.11 ClubBy ROIT
ill. Th younger Scouts did -
Fay Skiver signalling. Mr*. Lehman helpedthe '
0441 ,
"' "' older girl with work on their EQUIPMENT ;
t On Jan. IS, had/ ; .
Saturday we hostess badge freshly styled, with eager per' ..d orr INCLUDED
I picnic out at Mrs. Fred Redd'.' The hostess this week Curlene hood,sweeping lines and big, N*d N 60"T? ar
home. Finn w. played games Pace served I variety of chocolate helItda luggage compartment. "d a aolsd.. w 84"8.4 s s a
around the house Second, we went candles. w
I out by the aid of the house and Present were Ann Rheney, Vida
spent I few minutes In sewing. Clarke Virginia Klnner, Frances: 'j
I Third, w* rested out under the Rutland, Doro Scott, Betty Bailey ,,
y avocado treat by A fish pond Melba Van Winkle Margaret Still- '

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All-talking gripping drama of love and of battle against -0' :

man and nature filmed in the actual Arctic at the cosi of ,,'S.

26 lives, including that of the' producer Varick FrisselL ., . \ < I

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Chicago Daily Times-"Vivid,. thrilling and dramatic-an ,

unusual degree of suspense--extraordinary shots pictorially !


beautiful and an additional thrill because you I

know: it's an actual record of Arctic perils."

MATINEE 2:30: P. M.\ 15c and lOc EVENING 7'AND 9, 25c AND lOc

Proceeds to be used in purchasing movie machine for Homestead schools.

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Friday, January 21,1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven
Couny, Va., left for his home Tues for the winter season but Mr. Smith I A Went fee the 0. 0. P.
day after a two-week visit with left for the North the next day. The phonetic spelling of "The '
his brother, H. X. Oberschain. -----,,' I
:Pledge of Allegiance" printed he I'
In and Ground Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Benoit of Other day brought in another written
IL E. Sever and Ernest Neill Lowell Mass, spent Monday and I version from a school marm-
enjoyed a fishing trip to Woodall Tuesday in Florida City. :written by a pupil who had learnedit 4

Homestead Tuesday.Mrs. oraUyi
Mrs. W. Jaekel ST., and Mr. and "I pledge a legion to the flag of J,
W. II:. Macomber returned Mrs. Walter Jaekel,Jr., and daughter the United States of America and 1
from the Kendall hopltal Satur Betty, aU of Detroit, accom- to the republican for which It
day. panied by Mrs. O. Wylland of Miami stand One nation, invisible, with"
Frank Skill is in the Post Dorothy, spent the week-end: la were Tuesday guests at the liberty and judges for all."-June
i.MI'I.&" hopital-recovering from Homestead as guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Hermann home of Dr. and Mrs S. S. Shields. Proving" In the Chicago Tribune.
operation perforraturday. Mrs. D. B. Clure. and Benjamin Sllberman of .
Brooklyn were Friday guests at
_Wayne Adams left for Fort the home,of Mayor and Mrs. M. j jBill's
Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph Wilson Pierce Monday for a stay of indefinite Silverman.Mrs. .
Lowe announce the birth of a length.
daughter, Alma Minnie,, Mondayat Wooten and daughter, of Service Station
( the Post Graduate hospitaL She Little Jimmie Brandenberg has Roanoke Va.. arrived recently for. ,
weighed eight and UVeM urthlI recovered from an appendicitis the winter.
I pounds. operation performed recently. So. Krome Ave. at 4th St.' j
Miss Vema Arnold and James ,
Mrs. Howard Stitt of Summltt, Miss Ruby Lebold underwent an Black of Hobe Sound were dinner (Opposite American Legion hall)
i N. J. daughter of W, 1 ]risk, arrived appendicitis operation Saturday at gjest of Mr. and Mrs. )Fritz
!II ',in Homestead last "Friday, the Post Graduate hospital. Schreader Sunday. Miss Hilda]
for a visit at two or 'three weeks. I Hunt and Jimmy and Edward
Mrs. Ben frantt, sister of ..Mrs.Flsk Mrs. Sue Reynolds of Goulds announces Austin, also of Hobe Sound call is now .i
arrived, recently to visit with the birth of a son Fridayat ed during the afternoon.
.z Mr. and Mrs.risk until March.: 'the Post Graduate hospital He i
weighs eight! pounds and has been! Miss Evelyn: Griffin and Miss
Mr.and Mrs. T.C. Gilham of Atlanta named James Frederick. Olive Jones of Denver were guestsof Open all Night
arrived Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. L A. Frye last i
Mr. and Mrs. Preston B Bird. week.

Judge A. O. Harris of McDon- Mrs.Nick Locclchio and children
ough. Oa., Is visiting his daughter, will move to Hialeah this week to JUST ANOTHER SERVICE EXTENDEDFOR
The Men's Bible Class of the
Mrs O. R. Brown.
join Mr. Locclchio who is employed -
, Florida City Community Church there. YOUR CONVENIENCE
Robert E. Albrecht of Wheaton, enjoyed a chowder supper at!
HI., brother of Mra. A. G. Raab, an election meeting at the homeof
Hugh Johnson of Webster, Fla.,
arrived Saturday for a three-week the Rev. C. O. Nelson in Red-
visit at the Raab home in Redland. land Friday evening. Officers arrived Tuesday for the season. We Appreciate Your Patronage
Mr Albrecht Is a dental technician.Mrs. elected were: John Craves, president j
I ; Roy Chandler vlce-pres Min Nellie Goodlng of Fort
Frank Schneider's parents,I ident; and Charles Clinton, sec Pierce spent the week-end visitIng -
Mr. and Mrs. J, Henry KurU ol retarytreasurer.The relatives here
Philadelphia, arrived last week to I AMERICAN GAS AND OIL
make their home in Homestead. Florida City P.-T. A. will Wm Blrdsey and Milton Smithof
They are living in an apartmenton hold Its January meeting Monday Clintonvllle, Conn., arrived Fri-
the Schneider place. afternoon in the city hall at 3:30: day. Mr. Blrdsey will remain

o'clock. .
The Rev. Thos. E. Melrose is
spending this week with his family Mrs. H. Parham who was called
In Orlando. 'to Fort Myers by the death of her
'mother returned Sunday.
Mr. and Mra W. E. Winter of I -
Goulds birth of aix
announce the a
Mrs. Joe Bosses and children
and three-fourths pound son Wednesday -
moved Sunday from their home
at the Post Graduate: '
on Twelfth street to an apartmentin
pita He has been named Ronald
Keith. the Fred Henn home.

Miss Ceradine Relti ovals Week Mrs. P. J. Sauer of Detroit was
end guest of Miss Joan Kellum a guest Wednesday of Dr. and Mrs.
Miami. S S. Shields.Mr. .

Mrs.H. R. Prldgen who has been and Mrs. Walter Potter left
Visiting her brother-in-law and Saturday for their home id North I 1fi
sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Haven, Cottv, after a visit of .I
since Christmas left Wednesday; several days with Mr. Potter's
-, for Miami where she will visit for mother, Mrs. Catherine Potter
a few days before returning to her
,, borne in Jacksonville.Mr. Walter Fred 1* in Cuba on a
business trip.
,T and Mrs. H. ,W. Ashby and
daughter, Dorothy moved to Miami Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Look who
yesterday. arrived Tuesday are camping In
their house car an Eighth street
..... :"Mr. and Mrs. H.: Rahmos of Fort.
" Pierce and their little daughter, B. P. Oberschalu of Botetourt

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Dusts and SpraysWe

earl'1ln stock all of the materials listed be- When The Family Decides

low for the mixing of dusts and sprays.

To Own Its Own HomeTHAT'S ---

We have here now'U' electric dust mixer and we

will be very glad to figure with you on any dust a momentous occasion in most of our lives. All members

mixture that you may want of this group meet in conference, as it were-and then make the
important decision.

the verdict favors interview with have decided
Arsenate Lead Monohydrated Copper It an us, you wisely.

Calcium Arsenate sulphur We'll be glad to advise you about materials and financing. Drop

in and talk over your plans with us.
Paris Greco ryrethreumBluesloae ,
Activated Dust i:

Bade and Cepper many, ether _Tebaeee teriala.Dost I! W. D. HORNE CO., Inc

I Hardware and' Building Materials '

The Kilgore Seed Co. i Frank L. Skill, Owner

Phone $2 Homestead, Fla. I 11 N. Krome Ave. .... .. Phone 507-J
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PARe Efchl I THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 21,1938

II r. Social Events in South Dade m


L. T. Proctor, Mn. T. I.
Walker and Miss Betty Bowen 1
Mrs. Labaa J:. Bishop, Jt. &M, Cann. Mn. AMa Campbell, MnBuMcy .. were hostesses to the Junior Wo-
miner Mill AnNe Hartley, WMgive I MisMS WUIela and Hill. sun's Club of Homestead at a
a snoww Monday by Mrs., Lulled Idle Neiii Ma Marti D upper at the Country Club Monday
Alvin Simmons and Mrs. Orlando, and Miss Elton V Inn. night
Wollam at the home of Mr*. !Sim Gifts were received front, Mn Prize at contest game were won ,
mons.Gueieiag. M. D. Jacobson, Mr Art RelcharlMn. by Mn. Hunter Hardin, Mrs. Robert :
: game were played.Mr U. P. Hall. Mrs. Ted Sea. Glenn, Jr., Mn. Paul Smith and :
Albert Bustey woe a prbt borough, Mrs. Geo. A. West, Mn.. Miss Bonnie Wlttkop. ,
for living the beet recipe for holding Vera Summerlin, ),fn. M. P. Wol After the supper huatoand ;
husband. I bra, Mrs. Louis Waldon, Mr members and friend Joined
Punch and eookivt were served. Nellie Kendrick; Mn. J. Lee Smith group for dancing.
.JD guests Included: MM. L. K.I Mrs. James Roberts, Mr*. Franl Those present were: Mr. and : ;
Mr*. Z. A. Smith, Mn. Morris,Min Ver Delk, Min Katherine -. Mn. L. B. Dsraey, Mr..and Mr*.
Russell Horn, Mn. T. T. Bowen, Vann Miss Grace Hobson. Bruce mania" Mr. and Mn. Harold ]
Mn. L. A. Wise, Mn. Wynn Tyner, Miss Marybell Gibbs. Miss Evy<, Oxford,Mr. and Mn. H. G. Wilier, :
Mn. Alex Lanier Mn. r.a tee DeDlnger, MU Ann Lee, Mia Mr. and Mn. Augustus Wynn: Mr. '
Bullard, Mn. F D. Mock, Lillian Swllley and Miss Elizabeth and J.In. Wilbur Reed, Mr. and
Mn. Arthur D. Smith Mrt George Home.WOMAN'S Mn. Proctor,Mr. and Mrs. Walker,
Mr. and Mn. John Walker, Mr*. j :
X. A. Buchanan, Mrs. W. B. Caves,
IJ Jr. Mrs. Burley Dendy, Mn. R. R.
Herbert Turner, Mn. Stanley Witt-
kop, Mn. Hardin. Mn. Glenn, Mr*.
Captain Geo. J. Rawllnja, a E. Reed read a poem, "The Glories I Walter House, 'Mr Paul Smith, I
retired army officer told members of our Redluid which had been I Misses Alice and Grace Hobson,
of the Woman'j Club of the composed by the late Mn. L. O. Miss Pearl WWtaker, Mill Ellen
Redland of his experience in the Buggies, a former club member. Huff, Miss Wlttkop, Miss Josephine -
Philippine at their January program Mr*. Clna Stewart was the hostess Sincore and Miss Eugenia
meeting In their clubhouse at this meeting underi.
Tuesday Of especial Interestwas Present were: the Rev. and Mr. Mrs. Frank Schneider, Mr*. :
his account of the building of! Ceo. E. Deuel, Mn. Geo. W. Tur- Frank Rue and Mn. Ruth Fox attended -
a republic In the islands and his ner, Sr., Mn. Florence Hunt, Mrs. a covered dish luncheon :
vivid descriptions of family life Joel J. Robinson, Mr. Harry D meeting of the Dade County Council ,
and custom of the native Wolfe, Mn. Harry Reely, Mrs of the American Legion Avxiary :
The other feature of the programwas Wsldin, Mn. Dane, Mn. Stewart held at Coral Gable Tves-
an address oil safety by the Mrs. S1 hnan. Mrs. Armntrong.Mrs. da,. :
Kev. C. O. Noble, pastor of the Seed Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner
Redland and Florida City commit Jr Mrs. Baker, Mn. Kufeldt, Urn : '
ally; churches.Mr Brad and Mn. Cha G. Turner The CalendarJan. : !
I t
.Track SUUauuv Mrs. ILL
.21 -Meeting of Homestead "
Ajmilnang and Mn. Qua Stewart MKJ. LAMDON CARNirn
were appointed t* servo a* judge nosnss TO AOIJIJ ART rVT.A.atip.m.
tat the Redland Future Farmer Jan. 22 Homestead P.-T. A.MBcftt .
ay contest OB Prvearvtac Road- At a roeettag of the WOMB'S moving picture how. ;
side BMwty", Which the club Is Auxiliary of St. Sows Episcopal Jan.2S -Meeting of Homestead I IWoma.
Church at the home of Mrs. London .'* Club.

Mn. Seymour Dane, kin. Geo Carney Tram Mrs. H. H. /an. SO-Meeting of Teacher I
Booth of West Palm Beach report Bridge club at home of Mr. and
W Turner Jr, Mn. M. A. Baker I!
ed on the general convention held Mrs. L. B. Sommen In Miami
Mr.. Dave Kufeldt and Mn. Win. I
Brodie wen named M a committee; in Cincinnati. Jan. 27 Meeting of Redland
to nominate officers lor the Much l Mr. J. S. Horton WM appointed Aid at home of the Bev. C. G 1'I
meeting. on the ways and mean committee Nelson.

Announcement WM nude of I l and Mr i. E. Causenj and Mia Jan.27-Meeting of Silver Palm l :
short course for dub women at I Mary Jackson were appointed tot W. M. S. at 2.30 at home of Mn.
the University of Florida a serve a> visiting committee. a W. Prothero.
Gainesville on Feb. .. t. and .. and i Announcement.. mad that Feb. 2-Meeting of Legion Auxiliary
ntemben wen urged to attend. Mr*. E, d Seekins of Miami will at home of Mrs. Frank Rue
It WM announced abo that family peak on the united thank offering Feb. 7 Meeting of Homesteada
finance program have been rereived at a covered dish luncheon meeting P. W. CFeb.
from Mr*. Neill Atford of of the auxiliary at 1 o'clockon .7-Meeting of Garden Club
the division at family finance of Friday at the home of 1011'1. st clubhouse of Woman's Club of
Frank Haus n ft Homestead.
the state deration of women'
club A covered dish luncheon was Feb. U -Covered dish luncheon 1

Mn.B.A. WaUiD. Mn.Cha O. served.Those. saeeting of Woman' Auxiliary of
present were: Mn. lee St John's Church at homo of
Turner Mr*. c... W. Turner Jr.
Mis. Stewart and Mn. Dane 'were H. Lehman, Mrs. Edw. Stlllng.Mrs. Mn.Frank Hausman at 1 o'clock
appointed to ten M delegates to J. A. Hooka, Mr*. Booth Mrt Feb. 14--Meeting of Ministerial
the meeting of the Dado County Hauaman, Mr*. Horton, Mn. Caw Association at Shanklin Grove.
Federation of W_" Flubs with, sere, Father Tbos. X.: Malone and Feb. II Meeting of Oleaaen
the Coco Plum Woman's Club en the harts. at home of afro Dexter RUBS
Feb.lt.Durtag. Feb.17-VUtef 0. K. S. grand
the social hour, Mrs.Gass.MRS. & P. If. O. MZMBKUO nwtrea to Kanmja Chapter.

'The Homestead Builness sodProfessional
raz TOaf IIBD
Women's Club decided -
Monday night to'invlte husbands
Preston B. Bird we givena of the members and friend
surprise handkerchief shower! to a pot-tuck supper Friday night by ..... K J. Da1aaod to ask: County Purchasing Await !
Mrs. Landon Carney at Mrs Car. Wm. O. ;Joyce to speak on fist '
iwy'l home. Bridge pi-be were We Buy and Sell Within the United -
won by him J. S. Horton Mrs. Stale after the dinner. Mn.J. V
Given Victor and Mr, fiybeOa I E. Gaazena will arrange the program e 1'tre
for the meeting.
The hostesses served Ice cream,I Mn. W. M. John gave a quit genuine
cake and punch. program. Permanent
Present were: Mr T. J. Fault I Mr*. J. t: Gatuens, Mrs. C. H.
Mrs Victor. Mn Chandler, Mrs. Steffanl and Mrs. Flora D. Myen "X>eBiagel .see-steel
Horton, Mrs. Bird, Mrs Carney reported plan made for the club'i bsd% a rb4r's die
and Mn Dyal. booth at the Fruit Festival. ttnrntnnt coo veer
S share *W kM *, gh*.
'eye de ..... .......
DL II r. I" '.. '
; .. Ui CM DR. R. S. AKERSDENTIST STEBBINSRegistered ..... Lei -emT JaW

I Optometrist faf'aSe Msno .. mil.Jubciaat .... __
( IS TZARSrrrae" ..............dI..mfBush's
Offlos Heont t a. as. to I tv s*. I SB Hentestead
Room I and :
Bandar I U U McCrery Arcade

Gaud Saearda" I Boars Barber Shop
Saturday T.JO to 10 p. m. '
Free Parking Space MAIN" orncit & Beauty Parlor
nit N. w.. wile IT. MAW u. w. Floater. M heal. Flo.
nota !-!arta Mar tau ...... opent.r
Or. L W. aHeMtaa, Aeseeiat 1

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January 21, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pave N nltII

CARL WAGNER TO CO fDUCT OPEN FORUM Mrs. Landon Carney won the
high score prlrt at a brtge lunch-
.pn liven Tuesday at the home ofWrs
Social Events Churl Bird of Miami.
Carl I
Principal VTatfter of Red- Mrs Ftther Mn Rim MM M"
land win speak at the Homestead
Chandler and Miss Lo\ei-ltt, a retired -
.. P,-T. A. meeting tonight on "How missionary
the School Can Co-opcrato With

and follow this with
Final plan for it* rummage sale
science moving picture will were made Friday by member of E
recited be ahown and musical
The South Dads Carden Club I and several poems, and the number the Redland Ladies' Aid at a meet.
unanimously re-elected its president president gave a paper on gardening will be given by the children. ln| at the horn of Mn./ Trite Jack-

Mrs. R. i. Shepherd, its vice-I hi winter weather. Mn. Geo. son. Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. A. E.:
president, Mn. It. C. Reed, and Its I E. Deuel talked on the need of Instructing MRS. RUSSELL! HORNE Barnes and Mr*. Ceo. W. Turner,
secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Wm. ; children to take care of ENTERTAIN CLEANERS Jr., are the committee la chargeof
Dunlop at the annual meeting of 'flowers and to prevent fires. The Gleaners made plan for thin I the sale. .
the club held Monday the,Florida I Coffee and cookies were served year1 work at I meeting held 'i' For the program Mrs. A. M. VI-
City Community Church: This I* the hodessea.MIa. J.. M. Dobbin Tuesday at the home of Mr*. Russell ,vIeD read chapter from the mission -
will be X.... Shepherd' fifth consecutive -i and Mn. H. B. Potter Home. The president, Mr ,tl.ld1.booIr."CoqD o ere_". GeneralPublicUtilities
f... as president Mn. IT.: X Ban and Mn. Joel Gordon Ivey, prealded during the I Th next meeting It was announced -
Mn. Annie Butler was appointed t Robinson win be hostesses to bushes session, and Mr*. S. L. will be held Jan. 27 at
chairman Of the scrapbook committee the club on Feb. 7 to the clubhouse West gave the devotional.Th ;the home of.the Rev.C Ck Nelson
and Mn. H. J. Derbyshire, of the Homestead Woman' Club, ,next meeting It ww an- Mrs. The Brewer won a prize
chairman of the native material It was announced. nounced, will be held Feb U at for bringing in the most penny ReasMtea. Pbse ..taIII'CompareAPEX
committee. Thirty-one were present: Mr*. the home of Mrs. Dexter Horn. -slip*. The hostess served punch
The club voted to have a floral R. N. Barnes, Mn. R. O. Desmond, Fruit soled topped with whipped and cake.
txhibt In the Fruit Festival and Mn. H. J. Brockett, Mrs. J. F. cream, cakes and hot tea .were Those attending were: Mrs. QeoE. .
Mra. J. H. Cay, Mrs. EtberU Rule, Rohrer, Mrs C. P. Jackson, Mrs. served. Deuel, Mn.Annie Messenmlth, I
Mn. W. D. Bishop and Mn. Harry Ball, Mn. J. D. Redd, Mn. r.Flelta. Among those present were: Mr Mn. Frank W. Stlllman, Mn. M. I
D. Wolfe were elected to take .. Mn. R. W. Mulllns, Mr*. Alvin Campbell Mrs. Lucille J. Brownlow Mn. M. A. Baker,
Charge of It Geo. J:. Reed, Mn. H. J. Devonshire Reams, Mrs Albert Busaey, Mrs Mrs C. Ben Plummer, Mr C L.
Mn. W. R. Powell presented) an Mn. Lucy CllntonMn. Day, W. B. Caves, Jr., Mn. Harry Cooper Stone, Mn. A. W. January, Mn.
article on "Visiting Palm Lodge, Mn. Wolfe, Mrs. Flora Compton, Mrs. Dexter Horne, Mn. How- H. L. Rugglei, Mrs. M. M. Ramsey,
Home of H. W. Johnston," Mn. Mrs. Bishop Mrs. Bills, Mn. ard Johnson, Mrs*Alex Lanier Mrs. Kenneth Wagner, Mrs. Bnw
Bishop made an interesting talk Deuel Mn. Chas L. Stone, Mrs. Mrs. M. A. Murphy, Mri. Alvin er, Mrs. Barnes, Mn Turner Mrs.
on wild flowers and showed several J. M. Holding, Mn. Alma Shell- Simmons, Mn. L. T. Proctor Mrs Vivien and Mr. Nelson.
specimens. Mrs. Derbyshireread line, Mn. A. C. Reed, Mrs. O. S. Henry Olsen, Mrs. Wynn Tyner, r
an article on native plant Rawtlng, Mrs. Butler, Mn. Potter, Mrs. Paul Smith, Mrs West, Mrs. YOUNG PEOPLE'S LEAGUETO
material-tree*, palms, shrubs and Dr. Irene Shanklin, Mrs. Shepherd Ivey and Mn. Home. HAVE BUNCO PARTY
flowers. Mrs. Geo. E. Reed read Mrs: Robinson, Mn. Grace Th Young People's Service Lea.
an article about Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Smith, Mrs. Powell and Mn, Dun-I WESLEY FELLOWSHIP HAVE sue of the St John's Episcopal
ter Billingrath's beautiful gardens lop. HAMBURGER FRY Church will have a bunco partyat
'7:30: o'clock this evening at the
Memben of the Wesley Fellow-
REDIVIDED W. M. S. CIRCLES HOLD ship of the Homestead Methodist horn of Mrs. J. A. Hook Mrs.
Hooks, and her daughter Mn. Virginia
I I Church assembled I
Tuesday night
I THEIR ANNUAL ELECTION MEETINGSThe at the home of their president I hostesses.Hooks Walton, will be the

-- Miss Antoinette Moye, for a social

redivided W. M. S. circlesof J. Davis, Mn Mable Krleke and meeting. Alter frying hamburgers MRS. CHANDLER GIVES
Y the First Methodist Church of Mn. Chamben. In the yard the memben BRIDGE LUNCHEON
Homestead elected officers at their The Young Matrons' Circle will enjoyed I picnic supper of hamburger Mn. Sybella Chandler entertained -

{ Individual meetings Tuesday. I elect officers-next Tuesday evening sandwiches, salad and pie at a bridge luncheon Monday WIn Bsf Vie ft RR4fgtn tit
Lively Were led bT'MIa.
Circle: One chose Mrs. D. L Bowen when It meets at 8 o'clock at games Mrs. Ceo. L. Swan. Sr, Mr
,for leader at its meeting at the the home of ,Miss Jennie Lobdell. .Moye.: A. A. Payne, and Mr*. Land* .. ul Tirt lay all Oat
home of Mn. J. J. :Richards The Mrs. Earl Psotttl. Jr win be the Those present were: Mr. and Carney. <
other officer chosen were: secretary hostess, AH member are liked to Mn. W. ft. Mills Mr. and Mn. W. Mrs. Carney won the high score Campus ITYLINQ
H. Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Mn. Lewis Brsndenberg; be presentAD prize. *Y.o"ll thrill *l t" ...-
treasurer, Mrs. A. S. Moye; and Field and Robin Field, Mrs. A. M. stecttoe .....* bea.y .*
Bible study chairman, Mn. Richard Logan Mn. A. S. Moye, Miaau Mrs E. J. Dyal had as luncheon Ape R *. ASTRA TO HAVE: Antoinette, Helen and Sue Moye, guests Monday Mn. J. J. Me. *jaeeri *ai*>l>, bebwuitBl > .;. <
t PATRIOTIC PROGRAM Mist Lift Brown. Miss Man ef all sefriajeneass.Cnqnn .
.Sandwiches. and tea were served Swreeney, Mn. Roby Wetmor and
Present besides those named Ad Artra Chapter of the 0. E. s. Emma allow, Lloyd Richard, Mrs. Robert Atkinson, all of Miami I
were: Mn./ Ceo. Smith, Mrs: VI-f will have a pedal patriotic program 'Charlie Baker, David,C.. Williams and Mn. Earl Meyer of USHIIITT
'ran Booth and Mn. L. D. Wymari after tonight's meeting Mn. and Onard Parker Coral Cables. *10 bugs ... 'sea give
a W. Mulllns will Benjamin yen more sable storage
Mrs. J. M. Holding was elected speak on cdC teen
M leader of Circle Two at its meetIng -' Franklin; J A, Rehwlnkel, :MRS. DAVIS GIVES apses Per
at her home. Other officerselected I'on Stonewall Jackson; and Sam J. I QUILTING PARTY Compass rUTHISL
were: assistant leader, Mn. Davis on Robert I. Lee. An all-day Aunt Dinah quilting I GROVE "
Geo Ramon; secretary, Mn. O L.I The music and the refreshments, 1 party was held yeiterdy at the =? ud wood 10 tecote'so.
Showalter; treasurer, Mn. J. L. also Will carry out the patriotic I II home of Mrs. Sam J. Davta. The THEATRE assess CMMe-itsce ead 4.
Ballard. Mn./ Caspar Williams, theme. Mrs. Davis is program I guests Included: Mn Geo. Wright, COCONUT GROVE p..d.bl.Is.wsoaoperaiesCampus
Mn./ E. S. Ckplinger and'Mn. Bal-I chairman. I Mrs: Bob Simpson. Mn. Gopp, MiUlBee' Saturday and Sunday
too to g m. PRICE
lard the
were placed on program
committee and Mn. J. E. Close,I !Shows 7 and t p. m.| Aim. S3* JL Apsi Refrigerator at*
Mrs. Holding Mrs. Caspar Wll- I I priced Mniiiioatllr Iowa
Sun, Mon. Tiies. Jan. S3, It, SI Compete sod price
ttcms and ).11'8. Ballard on th*II sad wW bay
yo a> Ape*
transportation committee. Leslie Howard Joan
were Sandwiches served.Present fruit cake and cocoa I 2 MORE DAYS Blondell $146.00 EASY TERMS up

besides those mentioned In
were: Mr*. C. D. Fakers and Mrs.'
Motile Wlngate. ; "STAND IN"Wed Pioneer AppliancesNot

Mrs. J. E.: Davis was elected of Drastic PriceReductions ( Incorporated)
leader of Circle Three which :, Thar, 'I... 18, ST
at the home of Mn. J. A. Jack Haley Ann BID L KENDRICK: MOL
The other officers elected met'i Its N Krome Phone 45OLE

secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Sothern .
R. Brown; publicity Ia
Mrs. Newt C. Ball; and way and 'DANGER!
ProductsWe LOVE AT
mean committee, Mrs.
Glenn. WORK"
It was decided that the circle I
would co-operate in running a Frt, Bat, Jam Sg 19

booth at the Fruit Festival if the John Wayne
W.. M. S. decide to have one. mustclear our floor to make room for the ; la

The Cookie next sad meeting tea wen will served.be held at I 1938 Norge models soon to be on the market. !i "IDOL OF THECROWDS"

the home of Mrs. O. R. Brown, It '
was decided.. All current Norge refrigerators, gas and electric i

Those present were: Mn. J. D. Extra t Stooge la
Redd, Mn. F. Fleltas, Mrs. wide ranges, hot water heater and washing I "PLAYING THE: PONIES ACKSONVILLEFLORIDA

tfeely, Mrs.'H. L. Brown, Mn. S.
machines marked down to prices'that will move
I 0AHrt AICIIftt.......

them. Easy'terms. TROPIC7AL.MDNKEYJUNGLE. IIIJ01.n COMPORT es dr
:, .....
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist \ ...:::.::. ...
F .......... ..... '"
Sale Ends Tomorrow Night I ..-.- .... ... -.....
ONLY .... ...... lie
___lIMo.COC .

I I MONKEY JUNGLE ,*All Ouwee CONftlllONIB. coffer mo
First National] Bankn.J.1'dini ee046 AND MUIMO 10001
Redland INTHCU.S.ADMISSION R.w..fwI sea Ails....
Appliance R.w.t cc so" R... .1.to
i []R...uot ae... 'Ue
I S3* t .....a-as A-.s.. Nee
OfHce Hours 8:."?(>-l:3f) I with this", d 100'1., I s.-., ......._
Children Cit i*taim*M.I.I.OlilTAMIK .
201 N. Krome Ave. '
Opes EresJan br Afpolntnunl I .......*'1. ............ a y MOIU auor.
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Page '1'... THE ENTIRPRISE!: '. _':.: Friday Jamlary 81,19 .

Sheldon pastor. Sunda) schoo: 21 Local MethodistsGo MM Jamie Hlchardu Miss II
10 *u jn; preaching 11 a. m. anI < Jane Moser Mr. Jeffries' and
I Churches I I p. m.; Junior meeting 1:30 p. m.: to West Palm Beach L. Burton. JOlt
I The Ii Young People meeting 7.19: '. -

,Prayer and class meeting 7.31: 0 Twenty-one member of the First Church of God Revival
I Thursday. of Homestead
Methodist Church
II'' To Last Through Jan.29
and Bible PEMECOVTALOculda attended the Aldcrsgate meeting
BAPTIST CHURCH study Wednesday
730. 't// held at the First Methodist Church Revival service which are
N. -Sunday school at 8.43: ;
Hom8tea6--1'hAI Rev 6f West Palm Beach Monday. In Ing conducted at the Church
Walker, pastor. Sunday school at Eedlaad Community preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. God will continue
urell-I) the Rev. and Mrs through Ja
the party were:
the Rev. C. O. Nelson,
10 a. m Preaching at 11 a. mand 23,
announces the
J J. Richards,
Church school at
B.VP.U. at t.3D 10; preaching at
7:30 m.; Gehrke
p. who I*
11. Epworth: League at 0:3)1. Midweek Williams Mrs. D. L. Bowen, Mr conducting the
p. m. Prayer ervfce Wednesday Ilonmtead-Kjt>me avenue al't I services.An .
at 7(30 p. m prayer and Bible study N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson Caspar Williams Mr*. Mollie Win invitation Is
Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST minister. Bible school at gate, Mrs. Geo Ranson Mr* M. to i a
""ft. tl Moraine sermon: 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m A. Murphy, Mrs. Edw. Brooker
; "The Blinding Power of Bin"; EPISCOPAL Young people meeting at 7 p. to. Mr. Wm. Nolan, Mr T. a Gran-
evening sermon by the Rev. SOUTH m. tham, Mrs. Florence Hunt, Mr.
p. Vlfft
:' Wade Plnekner of Ithaca N.Y. H. L. Brown, Mr*. J E. Davis, Mrs IIVI
Jan. *4 Prayer meetingsubjects Homestead-the Rev. J. J. Richards erlRITUALtST TfcMPLE OFHomoelead Joe Murphy, Mri. A. M. Logan, -__
) pastor. Sunday school :
"How to Create the TnUTJ;
a. m; preaching at 11 a. m and 6p.
1; Hunter for Soul Winning"Gouldn m: Junior League at ;2:30: ; p. m r, -braneh or Miami

f -TM Hv. Noah Peterson HI League at 6'00 p. m; Senior ;Spiritualist Tempi of Truth In REDLAND CAFE
pastor Sunday school at 10a. League at 8:30 p. m.; Wesley Fellowship Woman's Club>>, 410 N. W. Eighth
m.; preaching at 11 a, m tnt 6:80; evening service, I venue. Men' Bible class and MRS. A. NABORS Prop.
7:30 p.rn.i.Y.P.V.at6:30p.m.: 730. Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. :young pK.pie's lyuum at 7:13 p. '
bi' Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- m. Wednesday. I ii.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson I DINNER; boo PLATE LUNCH 3Se
at 7.43, ,lecture and at
1Ietda.v.. message
: Silver Palm Community Church !
P I:311..
CATHOLIC -the Rev. T. H. Norton, pa tor. -
-- --
St.ancla1achool every Sunday at 10a.
Church of the Barred! Heart m.; preaching service on first IV. M. S. Zone MeetingIs
8. E. Second avenue, Homestead; third and fifth Sunday at 11 a. Held in Silver Palm Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor m. and 8p.m.PrincetonThe.
Sunday man at 0 a. m.; week day
mass at '7:45: daily Sunday school Rev. T. H. Horton Nearly every M. E. Church, Oberlin Conservatory and Royal
Sunday following o'clock mass. pastor; Leo L. Peyser, assistant 'South in the district was represented -
Communion for women the tint: pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; at a tone meeting of theWoman's Conservatory of Leipzig
Sunday of month; for men and preacnlng at 11 a. m. and 7:43 p.1.j Missionary Society in
boys, the second Sunday of month. m. 'Silver Palm on Jan. 12. A covered -
every Sunday. Epworth
Holy hour Thursday before first at 7.13 p. m. 4I dish luncheon was served at PIANOFORTE AND THEORYRedland
Friday of month at 7:49 p. m. Mass t.eallue\\I noon in the church annex.
first Friday at 7:30 a. m. Benediction METHODIST. FREE toad, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422k
t of the Blessed Sacrament
:: alter mass.CHRISTUM. Florida CitY-The Rev. Thos. B. WANT ADS PAY


t Florid Cltjr-Broadway and I 1
Sixth street Sunday school at
I:49 a.m. for pupil under 20 years
of age; morning serviceat 11
o'clock. Wednesday evening er- 1
vice which Include testimonial
I of healing and experiences and remarks .
.. on Christian Science, 8 p. '
,m. The public 11 cordially Invitedto /

attend.Jan. 13 Lesson-sermon Your Office Prepared for theSeasonal q .

1, loploi "Faith". '


HomeiHad PICKCU-First OF CHRIST avenue and 1 Rush Ahead?

N W. Fifth street; John R. Pack, I :
minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; ,
communion and
preaching at 11 a. m; preaching at I
... .
7:00: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday .

CHURCH at 7:00 p.or m.ODD ') r; ,' Don't wait until the eleventh hour to checkFover ': ,

lhmMlead-408 R. W. First your printing needs, Why not find out, )
avenue; the Rev. and Mrs E. F. .
'Brown, pastors. Sunday school at I'
'9.43 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. now what you need in: :. : ." I .t
.and 7:30 0. m.; Junior Y. P. at 8:49 '* ..
p. m. Prayer meeting,-7.30: p. m. : .
Wednesday. : :
: j
Homestead- The Re*. W. J. .
Parker, pastor. Sunday school 1
1:45 a. m.: preaching at 11 a. m. ;
t and 7:30: p. m.; N. Y. p. S. and PICKERS' TICKETS
Juniors meeting at (30: p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng PACKERS' TICKETS
7:30: p. m.

k t I't Princeton the Rev. C. A. Con- LABELS
don. pastor Sunday school nt 0'45;
preaching at 10:43 a. m. and 7:30 ,
p m. Junior meeting at (:30; young I .'
people' meeting at 630.: PrayerJneet.In and any other form of printing. We are pleasing -
Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. s
EPISCOPAL many individuals and firms who demand

81 Join's-S. J:. Second avenue
and Fourth street Homestead; particular workmanship and prompt service
Thoe, M. MelroM, priest In charge. .1' ',. .

Jaa. IS, Ira alter Epiphany 1 3. and we ask only a trial from \ .
I' -1:31. .Jloly loeharbti 1:20.Church ,. you. .
aehaoli It. aaatlaa andarrmoa .
"The Conversion I I -
on '
,of P al"i Ml. Tease FeopleaSerrtca .. .
Leaf... '
Jan. tJ--Itolr Eucharist alI ': : :

;' t ." ..' .
a "",,,'."o1*--Rcdlaad; tIlt Rev. Fla. : e Established 1923 : Phone

*Norman. C Zulauf, minister Services "" .,' .. .. .
each second and fourth Sunday '

,11' plum. : .,: -t .1<: ', ':, ; _, .
I .. .. METHODIST EPISCOPAL .oN ... ,"' :" '

< '
FlorSd City Commantty Chans .
-the Rev c O. Nelson pastor. t
Church school at 10 a. m.) preachIng .
'. at 7:*/ p. m. Midweek prayer

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Friday, January 21, 1938 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE ___Paw Eleven _


SHIRLEY MALENESS AUXILIARY MAKES RATE: First Insertion 10* f dale: subsequent insertions
PLANS FOR poppy DAY 51. line
The Legion Auxiliary made _.
Miss Davis twelfth grade girls Local talent rears Its ugly bead plant for Poppy Day Feb. 19, alIt I--- ----- --

gave the assembly program on Friday again In the following composed meeting Legion hall Wednesday f I FOR RENT ROSE!: BUSHES: Guaranteed >-

morning. Mildred Cox led the by a girl about school: night, and decided to have I yr. old fleldgrown iverbloomInf -

dcvetlonals and Margaret Albright In leisure times roft repent booth at the Fruit Festival FOR RENT Furnished apart varieties. Tall planting best.

announced the program. la The many hours that I have spent The next meeting will be held on meat Water lights and bath I Free catalogue. TYTEX ROSE

a debate on "Resolved that the In leisure time . Feb. S at the home of Mr* Frank Prefer man and wife. No>> child NURSERIES, TYLER, TEXAS.
state legislature of Florida should, Repenting) 1 1 t Rue. tea or don S K. Fitch King.

enact I law providing for every' We don't think It's very good Those present were: Mrs Lamar Highway East: (oil U) FOR SALE Quick coupe, 1931

I driver to hold a driver's license' either. Kendrick, Mn. Fritz Schroeder,, model. A-l condition. Ernest P.
FOR SALE Roberta. (n28 U)
Alice Penny and Ethel Robert took Mr.. W. E Rhenejr, Mn. K Sheffield I -

the affirmative and Mary E. Williams Leberal Mn. Gordon Ivey .fre. Rue I FOR SALE by owner -Redlandi FOR SALE Grapefruit. Isle of

and Mary Ann Brown, the The millionaire, whose daughter and a guest Mrs. Hazel Norman. grove and modern home. 2 bedrooms Pines variety. SOc bu. Tangerine.
negative. E. J. Graham acted u the young man had Just saved, was 2 screened porches electric 'I Me peck. Mrs. Eva Collins

chairman. Doris Price played Insistent that he accept a cash re F. L. T. CLUB TO SERVE: water system, bath. shower, I Modello. (cliO U)

two cornet solos. The guest speaker ward. Finally to save an embarrassing CHICKEN DINNER SATURDAY garage, chicken houses mud i -

was the Rev.'H. B. Calver. Assembly situation, our hero said I At the meeting of the F. L. & T. shade, shrubbery and flowen, I FOR SALE -_ House; I apartments

singing was led by Miss casually: Club TuMmy night, plans were many varieties of fruit All It 002 South Krome avenue.

Fisher. Well., It you Insist, lust give me made for serving a chicken dinner splendid condif:""JI. Ernest Cooper '

a golf club." from 11 a, m. to 8 p. m. In the M. D., Route 1, Box 868, 'I FOR SALE Tropical plants citrus

The seventh grade girls have A week later he received a tele- L O. O. F. hall Saturday. Homestead. (J21tf)) trees and tropical fruit in

elected the following class officers: gram the father: Mrs. E. S. Capllngor Mri. Calvin season. Jungle Grove Redlanl

president Margery Murray; vice- h.n; the nd"g: I'Fox, Mn. H. W. Aahby and Mn.Joe. FOR SALE Fire and burgle;I road and Plummer drive.R. .

president, Elvira Burry secretary, er's Club. and am now negotiating Gay were appointed by the'pre.ldent proof tafe. Can be seen 't''

Teenle Torbert; and treasurer, for the Sunnystde Links."-Wall Mn. Harry D. Wolfe, American Legion tag agency. L RED FR\'Ens-uve or arenI .

Olene Pope. Street Journal to serve it a ticket committee I Inquire of H. E. Obenchaln,I ed. Free dollveiy In city Phone
Florida City. (J21tf) I 83S-M. McEwtn Poultry Plant

Mr. and Mn. W. W. Woodson I '
FOR SALE Whit Japanese Silk LOSTLOST
gave a surprise party for Mn. Vlh- I I want ta thank all friend who
"What's In the panel? chickens.: Mn. J. R. Scott, 2nd _
len's pupils. The children had "Gueat It's something,for the 1 made It possible by their presence I house west of Redlend school 01 I I Brown, leather covvi (1

an impromptu program. Refreshments one I love best In all the world." |i gifts and flower to make ray Coconut Palm Drive. (pfll:) note book containing Hits ,)fI
of cake and ice
cream birthday a happy one.MARIAN.
"Been ,
buying yourself more
I I name Return to Leader off f
were served. neckties?"-Ex. FLKITAS. FOR SALE Baby bed, spring and receive reward. (pj-'o

and mattress, good condition ,i

Miss Elinor Payne announces Employer: "Are you married, "How much of your salary do you $10. Mrs. J. R. Scott, 2nd house, WANTED

that "Jane Eyre" has been chosen young mane"Applicant take home to your wife each payday west of Redland school on Coco I _
at the Junior play. ?" (pUll) I
nut Palm Drive.
: "Oh no sir-I'm entirely II I WANTED Listings of houi-es
dependent on myself forsupport. "None of It" for rent Henry
And then there was .the staid old ." "How't that" FOR SALE Trailer In first claim and apartments
-Ex. I Morris N.
Behrens & Den'. W. ,
junior who said: "She meets me at the fate and condition. Inquire at Leader-
north of 10wntstore
"Some do and some don't takes It home herself."-Montreal Enterprise .office. Krome ave.,
Depending on their moral code. PolitenessAn Star. i ; phone 94. al8-U
But being quite oldfashionedI Irishman had been thrown I FOR SALE Used gas stove with I NOTICESI

tat pie straight not a la mode." over a fence by an enraged bulL high oven. Virgil D. Lyon, 31 1 1I LEGAL

He had lust recovered when he SKINNY GIRLS!I.r. N. Krome Ave (JT) Tit
From an exchange we get the noticed the bull pawing the .. .,... \UI lotteries Pounds and I Or APPI.telTIOM DIED

following prayer for final exam pound and furiously tossing Ms and Now Ires ettalltl.. toat.a.d adding 'W'i': FANCY GIFT BOXLi Oranges.. cto. TICR., File A-ISM.
their dt.S. .tart torlag Mad "day grapefruit, tangerines etc. s1 0
week: head. I ,, of stab and Coo.lrTM
and Notice ben skims Slobs sad eat Plod*!** kol
"Dear Lord, It's not for myself "If it wasn't for your bowing and Chao stare w as .at. Cs. ugly onelowftf I Shanklin Grove, Palm Ave., 1 CMtftMio Jlo. M1. ..., Kl 11w Mkd.r
D. ISSI, kM filed ORw
that I care, but please grant that icraplng." said Mike "I'd think -: bow.N iklur yet a rat (::Yl sII.AROwN' I Redland Road. I ta mr*<*A.r !.od A.ko' r.N wilfcitlMt it*
the person sitting next to me knows rer threw me over on >>urpoaa.- I (p mr 18) ,. lot Wd mkruM to b. tonal the following lh.r.....deorrlb4 Sad.
some of the answers." Nap St. Journal. ratBTKIFTION DRUG STOBI imrrHf In MM Count FOR SALE S poultry houses ,......... ....wit i

"'"'"11"11"' ""'Irilfl]IF." J1" "I,i::::11:11111111,111111,11,1: ;,, ,, U111111111I11111I111II1I11IIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIII!!! !!! !!! !! ] !I.1I1" ." ." ," ,[" '. [,', ..','.....,...'!.. ..," .!',,!;. Florida type with metal roofs W. H. I*, of R. IIM ft. of *. let ftof
I. NBU of Mitt tM-tloll 14. Tuwti.nl.SI
each. !
100 I
Accommodate sea'h. Bonn M _I. 1 In ht C-"
Battery equipment to accommodate IT .( DO >. Sub of rinriiIK .
MMMOWIIt llf .old |"....'" under
I 1000 fryers and )'oun.1 the MM .Mrtlflrol wised wu In The 'AI"
stock. 2 hand cultivators, seed a( Amrmt M_.
U bM Hid ,Mtirk.,. .k.11 b.l.or.d .-
Notice ; drill and sprayer. Alice Simons, :I > MtoHUn. to I.... ,... r-"T"l y
to Taxpayers corner Silver Palm Drive and _*"4 tkmto will U Now tn it. IM.I. h..
Richard Road. (d17tf) tot kM W ., die Court boor ..,. ,* '
I Hurt ""od., In DM month nt K-r"niv
..., which k Uw Itk !)./ "' ""'r". or",
I I' Dave Ulll rend day rf nMWnhHS HitK. .
Maims Fla., Jan. 14th 1938 NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAI Iwk .( rirmll Coii't.ftodr .
I.EO. roumy, t,.,Weft
As required by Section 12, Chapter 5596 of the Acts of 1907, Chapter IT4IT-... ., lilt, File No.NOTIOIt SrCKKCTT. D <'
A.lnll. I Circuit Court
I, or one of my deputies shall be at the following places on the dates I A. CII..'..."18. knhWf OTKHKIIT<* BUM OFTEN and that County 0. a.atbias. II.!... t. 14 JO.KOTICR .

set opposite 'each for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns for the I T.I rlf....... No, 1017 A. D.and IM,...kM.. ..fl'..... or 11"1 P "* i CI TIK.CATM .
of July
the Ilk day ...... ......
year 1938: MIM I* any offlr*, and kM I .1.. that J. H. Man
1" for too dMd I* be hood ..........1 Noll'' b iHOThr "
retina a. __ UN >....'. hw filed with Hi* written monK that Ik*
South Miami ................Feb. 16, 1938, 9:00 A. M, Town Hall i dMrrlbrd Sold .Onlftrota.prnr. .K* to LIlt Cot y of Dads. I bat quest rrtln nmlttMl.iMi kwthw levied. Um with IntMlnl. nil .dm-
Kendall ............................Feb. 16,1938, 10:00 A. M, D. B Dice Packing stab .f of lot.Ida.I,towHlMU Tlack I. Cooiom IMF '''T. WM by ,... star to U tor..."""'nW k .<.
n, and MM to the bloc5MA.r
sod s.
SUM Plot
Add. a *
House ,. Uw Coonty of Pod Slot uf Plnr.M rrn kr Chapter InM of the 1111,
A.t> ut tlv tmkltabii open the adh.w.Inor
Perrine ...........................Feb. 16,1938,11:00 A. M, Barficld' Store *. .M Tk.ombnuwd MicoioiKit I* Conirinit.nf Mid rroMTtr Na.70ST. ....,.... eel rub Ie.h, County ofDodo.
stab of 1"IaokIto. b.w'
Goulds .....,....._..........?....Feb. 16, 1938, 1:00 P.1\I., Goulds Grower, unoVf In ....tko MOM Mid rf "OltlflMM.k_*. kdWM rot II IU..k S4 Coral ''HltlfO. B.*
K. The tame t. 1M vM a14"d
Lot 4. Blurb S. Coon_ Add., asuado.
Inc. .. Plot Rook I. pose tT. lo LIMo kr MrlMIrM N..sml of tat nest,
lanes fw tM _. I."as e
Silver Palm ...-.-...........Feb. 16, 1938. 3:00 P. M, Anderson Filling Gloomy*>d of I*Done.OrtlfkoW SUW. of N'".rtnrM ISM ,Th.MM Mmbro wpr..nw 1,57 1..45 Ndpe/ow. ...w"as ,

_.. d .W pnsay "Ave w IMII .
Station I ,
sold ImtltefUl with all .u'- ninltt
Cortirtml hoped WM W Ik* .
.. ,
>4 ur InM Mm will i ik
Princeton ._.._...._..........Feb. 17,1938,10:00 A,M., J. B. Cash Store .V...... of MM Unknown.CorlUlMlM. ....., I* r*. I ktekMt bWo/ r M Site Court Ho,. .. Ml-
us./.e th. ',d ilur of Frkriiorr. l..", hr.
Redland ...........................Feb. 17,1938,11:00 A. Mn Woman's Club "*Mwa.d"".* *?Mwwlo?".".win M be law paid. be the the,m 545.5 rtkMorr imnliv M...il..,. boon,... .( Too .*lmk A. M..e.
o men -' so aw done map I*
Florida City ....................Feb. 17,1938,1:00 P. N, Town Mall M Ie the the Curt swath boor 01 don......M.,Ik,.*loss.pbk5 limitY.dar mouthed I. d. .."'.-

Homestead .....................Feb. 17,1938,2:00 P. M, City Hall Mid 10 ibis as 111I 105 4m day, d d I.February......... 105'"... 1 4a listed of J.d..MwLids.. !.*>. tk tk* Ilk

Miami ..........._...........?....Jan. 3. 1938, 8:00'A.M. I S. a.. of LIlATIIIIRIfAN.C. Clrmtt Onort.Uo .. K. B.Cl I.BATT'4.rk Til, nude,
Dodo eo..,,... nu)..
through ........................April 1, 1938 5:00 P. M, 513-516 Court c:.. ,. "'.1. & Cowty, ".losecircuit ClfwH Comu..!
,, .
JNO. rKvM) D.
House. a, 14. c.1 tl?... t?,?14. h 0.Sol| PoMtokol I... ,.. SI. IS. IS. .

.1 also wish to remind the Tax Payers that it will be necessaryto I 110'1'1or a..LII UP TAE CRRTIF1' NOTICE or ., ATIOH rOil TAN

file their applications for HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION with MMM('nu'k knob APPLICATION* (two tool U lilt.*144 Order (Moscow! I NIT-Arta DBKD.W I"'. rib A. ''4ShOTlflC

the State and County and City in which the 'property is located I, ,In M MM MrtirlMMi with. man HtHli written fMMrt was all that Mbn tie I '. ah.p.d IK. M fcnlnV*MIY* of GIVEN.... end l',.IH O .airred iL.

each year between January 1st and April lit, or said exemption age* >,*.OHltwd. ItlT. or haw looted kr tko CUM luito hvkidlnttk lit ..*. :Ire d Cw1/Ihwr Ae05. A tl r>. 'IH SPIS'.le.wa%.* I"1M .:::
f.' ,... .... .... _do ..
.Kb.d ood sari t* the kkiMM klddnr II .11 aaWlhali
cannot be granted by said Tax Assessors. Therefore we will re- .. ..
M.k M p,. ld.d kr CMMor HIM of see 1 ,a a 616 "d la No.sod. 5a.
II 117 Art. of the LwoitaMr*. sow ilea 'artidl.tr .bra's the fdlowle .1. .id
and will also
ceive the
applications while we are visiting precincts, foltoohie book. checked Gloss of undo, Blot. of Tlu'lrlo. tarn, ..r5+... ,.wtI
furnish which should be obtained prior I
receipts or S 4 of MM *f KH of *.". BorlloolII : 'J".% d soy /.Aisle +,
... Boo N. The -- T':1.; 960th As." a P. w.
t4 meeting; of Board of Equalization to ascertain whether or>> not I .. ..Towoohl. onld .,e ..-.*.. k* l>..tf MM* F- ,.to ..,. .e Sam or how. inOMs.
application has been allowed. N..SItS of ISM o4 HIIIIIMIIOI tMM *f ti.4o Piece o< ubN.The .
I IM*. bath Momor of MM mwtrtIM -4-
fu. tk* >Mr* sass o* ,la.halve
Intangible Returns should also be filed by those owning securities Connection to S U. : MM OTUft .>. board 401 4* IUOOM ... scoped
I Sold u. MrUflMoor tontkw oils an t "" .W. II'...
and who are legal residents of this State; otherwise they in>..._ emitted *r brM MM wIM MMM OL- __ emu be .Z
t* the kIMort Madrr M U* Cow ...... wMurdlne M ..... the "*,
would be subject the assessment of this office nider the provisions XoMt kt ._.. OT MM ISIS .o> f Joo.MIT ....- uwiww will Maw 4* ". b*>k.M .
IN*. W....... M Ik. beer of MOK kiWor at Ik Court IMOM door The
of.the Intang&kv$ of 1931. ... A. M.. MM oWoofU* MIk bile) M-M.* 1* eV *MHi of F'buyer.
MOM MT i* tmftat to due ...wsalDowd IM*, wklrk k Ik* list der fill flNrwry<
respectf uilyi at ........ ....... "the '41111 In.iI .
: r.7 : Very .. f JMM ..... .. on" the alb Aar fill J..- 5.55,
? .. LILAT116!.MAN,
ItATHiaifAN. B.
J.N. LUJUMUS. ,;JR,Assessor of Taxes: Did. County, Florida Y. Oork Die, Contort. J1ooMa,. Clerk Uodo.Coootv of XmH rtoort.rbrMo.Or. .

l((CMwmLiIL.f. c- aped .. Cora ..,.
., I it. Q aTICILKITT. ?. Q .....
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, I 9AI3M.T. ..z..r TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 21, 1938t
1938 Master Chevrolet Permits Thrift

i Without Sacrifice of Completeness I 1\faxweU

t f Detroit Jan. 20 Chevrolet'!"-model carry an emboated cS.IIotjl I, House
patter models for 193S are 4e- eait nameplate on the front *n<*
tlgned and built for owner who of the hood louver*. I
, _k to practice thrift without Intlde the car, the difference COFfEE
comppomlte of completeneu. To ire corretpondlngly ilight There
auch buy.r., the Matter Chevrolet it a IOdIfJcatilm in moulding trim,I
I* presented it embodying lafullett tnd pillar twitch for dome light, Ib.Z7c.
; meatur tboM qualitiet aulit. eordi eah reeeiven rear
,, which Chevrolet extentive public window curtain and decorative ( ilII'J; JU'Hn "
contacto Indicate that modern rootoriita jlll ptate are featured on the Matter
,,. demand la their can. DeLuxe only. The Matter
. Performance,economy and comfort loitnnnent panel U like that of
; an carried to new height la the Matter DeLuxe, except for Ballard's Plain or Self-rising: FANCY
. these model, without tacrlflce of the absence of a water temperature
,, beauty or ttyte. The can are a* ;au,.. The cabriolet, in the 5 Ib. pkg. .-..-....- 29c RICE
II the.Matter DeLuxe .*. Master terlet hat armrett* on the
roomy Flour ........ .. .. 53c
rlei; they are powered by the door, clmllar to the Matter De- 10 Ib. bag --
8* honepower clx-cyllnder Luxe modelt. 5 Ibs. ...... 23c
tame vtlve-m-head engine; and they 20 Ib. bag ....._......... 98c u -
offer the year** outttanding engineering Save the Coupons.
advance the new "Tip. = l MEAL OR GRITS
.; toe-malic" Chevrolet clutch.Like .

", they embody the Hatter numerou DeLuxe refinement again Lard Swift's Jewel 4Sc 5 Ibs. ____... 19c

*, in feature affecting performance Spaghetti Dinners 4-lb pkg.
comfort, afetjr, durability
and ityle. The mult 1* I TOMATOES2No.2cans..l5c
f: an all-round heightening ot the 40c IRISH COBBLER 10 LBS.
qualitle which for the pait three
f' year have been generatingteadily -
I i"t increaaing demand for We serve home-made Potatoes I.c
r Chevrolet, with the reiutt that PHILLIPS
production capacity baa had to be Italian bread Bakery I .

".. enlarged The principal again difference and again.between 'in connection; Joe Pa- HEINZ PORK & BEANS

the chaul of the two new Chevrolet lazzola, prop .
aerie 1* the ute, in the Matter SOUPS 16oz.can __.... 5c
icrlei, of convential I-beam
f" 'Iront axle for the fully-encloaed
;. knee action now beginning It* PALERMO'SSPAGHETTI I Assorted Flavors BULK BROWN
I fifth year a* a feature of the Mai- HOUSE

tar DeLuxe. Clinton Garage Bldg. 2 medium cans SUGAR
Externally the two line are almoit -
Indiillngulihable. Body atyle Florida City
1* IdenticaL The Mailer DeLuxe for ...u____. 27 4 Ibs. .__.... 25c

':- Ask Us About I

I VEGETABLESj I Fresh Meats I 3. .tall

Financing for That Home You
Tender preen Country Roll cans :,
Want to Build
J CreameryBUTTER
Garden Peas Ic

... 2 Ibs. for .... 25c

I Ib ..._...... 36c
f Brooker Lumber Co. Firm LargeLETrUCE'
;;, Building Material* of All Kindt I

: TELEPHONE 61 HOMESTEAD, FLA,1 2 heads __ ..;.. 17c Roast 2 Ibs. ......... .15cMONARCH

Ib ____.____. 19c
Large bunchCARROTS

;). '
I 2 bunches.. 15c
,. rertaUe Kbetrle.a4 Acetylene; Welding.i Cylinder JUooks,
: Cylinder Dead.Alomlaum Caatlnn and BoUen, Ib .u __ _____ 23c

Aatoaaotlre Uack ne BepalrlBrCaterlng to raraget In main Golden Ripe Peas Corn3No.2cans.27c
\ bearing. pouring and alined reaming connecting red pouring or
t. and bering and cylinder ........ BANANAS31bs Good Western

Sunbeam Pure FruitPRESERVES

',' Ib ____....____ 25c
; ., -... ,' "tiIo' Boned and Rolled
*5um jar
I -_ _,., -

Stalk .. . 12c eucjr u__. 17c
FX 'FHE.F T R ) Ib __u. __. 29c -
Banquet Sliced

ITH .CONFIDENCE! ; Cauliflower SNOBAL Fresh homemade PINEAPPLENo.2can.

fn,:" .GULF LIFE .,.... ... Pork Sausage ;
; f ..... 15c
J-- Ilia ...... .. prepn, .; lb. ...._. ".. lQc :Ib ......'" ._... 29c

t...... .... ..- YOUR RcNl.lff :- SALAD

\!. fr. P ":'''., ;1' York Apples Banquet slicedBACON OIL

_, 5 Ibs. .. 23c l'galIOR
.. .4 I .... $1.09
Hi .35c
.. ... _ua

Nancy Hall Local Fresh DretwedPKYERS Armour'sTomato "

,I Sweet Potatoes .Juice.
L. L royscr and C.E.Smitlv epresentatives .

P.O. Box 621 Homestead Florida 41bs ....._.. ... 19c ]lb. ..aa___.. 35d :3 cans .._.._.. c
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