The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00206
 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 23, 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: UF00087294:00206
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Construction Cost, Natureof THE WEATHER Can Remove Flood Rainfall ?

Business to De- at Rate of 100,000 t
Metal _,.... }of .100 saalr p"
termine ClassHOMESTEAD"DIVIDED 1'':......_.. 55.51.reps., H_" s't.ru. Gallons & Minute
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Dec. 17 ---1| 77 | 68 {30.02| ,0% \

Dec It ..._ |173,511, 1 I
Committee Prepares Map Dec. II 1 78 41 ,,30.111 j Test Run Turns Stagnant

Showing Zones by Dec. 20 .. I 180 I 144 ,30.18| Canal and Ditch Into 1
ColorsA Dec 21 .. I 80 44 !30.19| MillraceThe
1 Dec. 't I 48 |30.17|

final draft of the proposed first of three master tur-

city zoning ordinance was placed Wishing Our ReadersA KINGS PORT HI TO bine pumps controlling the ex.tensit'e *

before the council Monday night I drainage and irrigation

by Each City"councilman Attorney Ira was C. Haycock.given a Merry Christmas II PLAY II. H. S. HERE on system the ol east South glade Dade farming Farms section, Inc.,

copy of the lengthy 89-page was Installed yesterday at Six

document to study but ether ON WEDNESDAY Mile Road and the Mowry street
Pounds Meat 150 Pounds
500 Candy
than referring the measure M the I canaL

coning committee, composed of Plus in Christmas Cheer The "$10000 pumping unit was
Councilmen T E. Kirby, B W. Toys Bags Klngsport Tenn., High School's
Morris and E. C. Chroniater, no -- 1 basketball team will play the installed and tested out under the
action was taken by the board. I supervision of R. O. Couch,
Homestead Growers, local high "
A special meeting of the council committee in Hospitality: House president of the Couch Manufacturing {
has baskets school case squad, here next Wednesday }
been called for next Wtdnes- Monday afternoon Present wereT Co. of Grant, Fla, from
day to take further steps toward pounds of meat 150 pounds of E. Kirby, chairman; Mrs.I night in- the Homestead whom It was purchased

passage of the ordinance. candy, and vegetables and fixings Keith Foulk, secretary; Miss Pearl gymnasium. Thursday night As the big stationary Diesel
The ordinance I I. designed to for Christmas dinners-and, in Whitaker, treasurer; Mrs. Ben,Klngsport will play Redland High engine turned over the giant
regulate and restrict future building addition, toys for kiddie whose Archer, Mrs. Harry D. Wolf, Mrs School oa the Redlaad gymnasium) pump, the stagnant ditches from
construction; in respectto supply might be scant this year- Jack Hammett and Mrs. PrestonB. court. which the water was drawn became -
cost, type; and location in. such will go out from Christmas Cheer Bird. In a game played here a year racing mill ponds, and
a manner as to aid the growth ol Fund headquarters tath*.BPWC Mr. Kirby announced t h a t age, the Klngsport school lost to l mighty head of water from the
the city and bar undesirable structures hospitality house on M wrY street Howard Schaff had donated the Homestead by a score of 35-3f- (1-inch mouth of the pump

and commercial enterprise tomorrow morning to make supply of tangerines necessary and an overtime period was required forced open the great automatic
in certain sections. Christina day brighter for ISO for the baskets, and that Frank to break the 14-34. tie and flood gate to surge Into the canal
The toning code divides Homestead families in the Redland District Rue had donated 50 boxes of determine the winner. 'and become merged with the

into six distinct districts Final plans were made at s grapefruit which was sent to the Coach Ted Hitler's tentative tidewater and be taken to the
classified as one-family and two- meeting pf the Christmas Cheer empty stocking fund in Miami. starting lineup for the Homesteadteam ,

family residential; apartmentsand Distribution of the' baskets In Is Charles Little, center; bay.The pump installed Mi I minimum -
hotels class A.f and A-2; the city limit of Homestead will Roy Martin and Harvey Rue, forwards capacity of & ,noO) gallonsa
business and Industrial. Maps GODWIN HOME be under the supervision of Gor- ; Wm. McMichael and Martin '. minute. When the water It at
arc now being prepared by the don Ivey. The Redland F. T, A. Bishop, guards Reserves are flood level the pump tan operateat
committee to show clearly In dif- Clinton Bishop, James Sullivan, maximum of
INQUEST WAITSON and the Redland District Lions a 100,000 gallon
ferent colors the location of each Ulburn Nixon, Jack Sullivan and
Club will have charge of distribution a minute. This will be operated
area thus zoned.Re.ldentlal in 'the rest of the district Rex Faust only at flood periods: to drain the x
building coata range HIS RECOVERY Contribution In addition to Coach LeRoy Sprankle, who has farming land of surplus water f
from $4,900 in the better-class
been at Klngsport for 18 years and and, unlike the smaller pumps on
those previously mentioned are as
subdivisions to $1,300 in other turned out teams that won SOS the feeder canals and ditches: will
follows to Miss Whit-
parts of the city where property J. T. Godwin, Homestead High aker out of 409 games played wit be reversed to dry weather
is lea valuable. In all cases anew : probably start the Homesteadgame tl "j!
School sophomore: who was injured to irrigate the land, because the
residence must equal in cost Business and Professional with CUers Interscholastic salt water brought In from the
and the of In an automobile crash Dec Women's Club, (20 midnight '
appearance average ; football scoring champ, at cen- bay by tides would hurt the farm
ether building in the same locality. > that killed W. D. Lott high show, $21; Helping Hand Society, ter; K. E. Crawford and Young lands, In dry weather, however
: There mint be sr 19-foot school senior was brought home $3; Henry Brooker Jr., 15; Ira .a forwards; and Barrett and Peo all flood gates Into the canal are 'I'
setback from sidewalk line and Haycock, $10; Frank Rue, $5; T. tol as guards Attending the sealed and
From The Kendall hospital Monday automatically the water
Moot J. Harris, '10 J. G. Wynn, $a
offset from the lot sideline I ; ; game and scouting for potential
prevented from escaping Into the "
and 1 at the homeof
*. recovering First National Bank ef Homestead,
University of Miami players at
canal so that the water' table 1*
All ban, barbecue stand and his parents Mr. and Mrs. R.: $10; Max Loaner, $5; W. R. Bird, the game will be Jack Harding, raised. ,
Bight clubs are confined to them I* Godwin, on N. W Second street $5. Total money contributions Miami XT* head basketball coach, I ,I
east of the f, J:. C. tracks The coroner's inquest Into amount to $29030. attracted by Clftrs and some H. '

and must not be nearer than 500 Lett's death will be resumed when I H. S. talent that wilt be going off BAPTISTS VOTE ti ti'I
feet to a residential district Godwin has efficiently recoveredto to college next year
Neither can such concerns operate take the witness stand In com HOT WATER FOR The Tennesseeans will come '

within 1,000 feet of any pany with James Sullivan, an- here on their return from Cuba TO CALL TAMPA :
school. Trailer camps also are other occupant of the death car, where they will play several 'I
kept east of the railroad. and Elmer Martin, its driver, both GYM SHOWERS BY garnet A game with Miami High
Billboards and advertising signs of whom are sophomore at! School at Miami on Friday, Dec MAN AS PASTORi

are barred from residential districts Homestead High School, also. I JAN. 1 P.T.A.TOLD 30, will complete the Tennessee. I ,I II
but may be erected: la other The high school youth were I ana* strenuous southern lour I :
:parts of the city under special schedule. Members of the First Baptist '
from basketball
returning attending a -
council permit It they do not constitute Church of Homestead without a II
game in Redland when Shower In the Homestead!
since the resignation and ,
an eyesore or traffic hazard pastor
the car, owned by Martin's Annual Legion
school heretofore Party
gym supplied
Automobile. luck yards 'or departure of the Rev. C. H. Walker ,
Mr. and Mr J. T. Martin only with cold water, will lOOn Given
any similar enterprise, an definitely Sunday Night Oct. 30. voted Wednesday r
struck a farm Implement parkedat
have plenty of hot water available
banned. night to send I **H to the Rev. C t
the side of N W. Second
Under the ordinance the council avenue from a solar water heating The annual Christmas dinner E. Rodgers, pastor of the Byhore .J
Is empowered to wiry or modifyany south of Utl1 street with such system to be installed by the party given for members of John Baptist Church ef Tampa. ;
'ore* a* to turn the car over
clause where practical difficulties several times. Lett's skull county school board. B. Salley Post and their familiesby Mr Rodgers Is one of seven 1
or unnecessary hardshipsare was The Homestead P. T, A., which the Legion Auxiliary took placeIn Baptist ministers who have a*.
crushed and Godwin suffered
,met in carrying out the code broken collarbone and two broken a ha kept the need for the hot Legion hall Sunday night copied the pulpit of the Jon! (I'
provision.. The sorting code does water installation before the Christmas carol were sung and church at the invitation of tile I
ribs. Sullivan son of Chiefof
not apply to existing structures or Police Homer Sullivan, county: board for more than a ,i program of Instrumental! music pulpit committee sine the resignation I
commercial enterprise w. year, wa advised as follow in a i and readings was given by chi) of Mr. Walker. H* WM \
only slightly injured, and Martin
la a lengthy letter describing telegram delivered to Mrs. Ben 1 li-en of Legion and Legion Auxiliary chosen after several elimination .
escaped practically unscathed. r
activities and progress during his I Archer, president, at I meetingIn I! members.A ballots had been taken, and she \
supervision H. Clinton King the Neva King Cooper school bounteous" least of turkey and vote to call him wa made unaaisnous. I
manager of the municipal swimming AUXIUART SENDS TOTS i auditorium last Friday afternoon' I Ii !th* thing that go with it wasfollowed I

pool, termU court and trailer TO CUFTLED CHnUDRCN i ,"Yesterday the board of public I by an exchange of Into R. E. Edwards, chairman of It .
camp for the past fear, tendered A big box of toy and other gift Instruction upon recommendationof I pensive gift at the CarfatsnM pulpit committee, has written te I
) his resignation which was accepted wa shipped Wednesday to the the superintendent, authorizedthe I tree lighted with a myriad of advise Mr. Rodgers ef the 110"J
to take effect Jan. 2. Harry-Anna Crippled Children's installation of a solar beating 'mriolored electric light bulbs stead church's action, and 1M I
Councilman Frank B. Rue announced Home at UmatOJa by Mr*. Wm. J. system an the gymnasium at Gifts suitable for the purpose Tampa minister" reply accepting; '
that he would recommend Geronimo, chairman of the welfare I- Homestead a* soon a* funds an, 'were left at Legion hall to be sent or declining: the call, will ft*' :
a successor to Mr. King at committee of the John G. 1 available ladicetieo are that 1 to the Crippled Children's Home awaited before any further ae- '

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t! 1 I Page. Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday December 23. 1938 J.itJ

4 I mother, lave birth to her baby I Funeral Services Held I please. '
tJ MRS. STEFFANTSNOSE that night somewhat ahead of For Ernest BjorkmanlErnest Butcher Yet, ma'am, which -CHURCH. NOTICES ;i
BROKEN INt' I schedule.Mr. I Young Wife-Oh, the part you CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
I SteOanl wa dazed by the Bjorkman: 67, a pioneer eat mint sauce with.-Montical Dec 2S<-Lesson-eermeB
I I Impact but not Injured otherwise.He resident of Redland died In Kendall Star. IoIplo-I'C1IrIatIa. Scene." i
{ AUTO ACCIDENT J and the boys were not hurt hospital Sunday after an in-1 I /jt
termlttent Illness that had kept!
The frame of the car wa broken him under the car of
t Mr. Cha H. Steffanl. wife of and it wa otherwise extensively I for several month physicians I ,!\
r the Dad County agriculturalgent damaged. None of the Dl11"OI'I1II' vices were held Wednesday at
1St't differed a broken nose, the car sideswiped! wa Injured. I Turner Funeral Home, and burial Wishing yoU
bruises was In Miami Memorial Park. f.
fractured rib and severe
a ; ), under her eye and other part ofl' Mra. Steffanl was taken! to PostGraduate He leaves two ion*. Roy of Red-' \.. -. an exceedinglyJ '
; her body In an automobile crash Hospital la Homestead, land, and Leonard of Miami; one,
-{ l' Jut Sunday In which three can| and yesterday was. able to goI daughter, Mrs. M. D. Corbey of ERRY ,
Miami; and a sister, Mrs. Thos.,
figured. I home. A pair of glasses (he wa
t The Stetfanl car, driven by I wearing at the time of the accident McNamara of Rosello, K% J IST lAS :
Mr. Steffanl, and also carrying I j
I i Mr. Steffanl and their two boy.( were recovered from the I Explicit ..
y-& Charlet and Noel was returning I! floor of the car unacratched. Young Wife-1 :want some lamb,|': a Stibntjuyorof
S from Miami when an oncoming car 00'
t i \ sideswiped a car ahead of Stef I :I e 4- ,,
, i fanl' and struck the Steffanl car Florida CM7ELECTRIC
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\ I with such force that Mr*. Steffanl. I COX I i
\ riding In the front Milt be. '
aide her husband, was knocked
unconscious a* she wa thrown I 1 i ijr
against the dashboard and the
gear shift, which wa broken of I II
The leering wheel wa bent in
{ Mr. Steffani'i hand Both carti-
t leg' and bone In Mr*. Steffanf
tl DOM were broken.
I The car ahead of the Steffani
t car was occupied by negroes The
.,' oncoming car that hit both south+
I" .. bound car wa occupied by Mr.
and Mr*. Joseph Ball, 1227 S. W.
i 211t terrace Miami, who recently
arrived from New Jeraey. No,
11 serious Injuries were suffered by I
them but Mn. Ball an expectant i
Turkeys liaise Money I! The best gift of all-a new 1939 Chevrolet,.

f ,: For Scholarship Fund with knee action, Fisher No-Draft Ventilation,

: Earl Middleton-, Miami Lion,: Perfected Hydraulic Brakes, and a steel body j
told the Redland District Lion
I Club what Uonlim I 1a doing for that will hold together in accidents :
blind children, at the meeting of I.
: the club Tuesday night in the Den
One of two turkey given by
ftl. C. S Allen wa used a* a'I '
prize to raise $12 toward the club;
I scholarship fund Tuesday night
George Cooper, who wa award +
ed the bird, returned It to the club, Bird Chevrolet Co.. .,
and It together! with the other turkey I
will be used for a similar pur-
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pose at the next meeting. :, "
The meeting next Tuesday night I a I
will be a ladies' night !!'event and IJ
10 cent gift will be exchanged. .t

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i American Legion Auto j
box oi 'safety matches, ,!

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I Legion Bldg. Homestead, Fla. j SEE YOUR ELECTRICAL DEALER

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A : THE WD- R-ENTERrRISE":t rims Nlneteeer-r.anoldi. Lys i basement Infested with rats .....11 than .. a .continued burden on ''j
'I the Federal Bureau of lnveatigatn. -1 I Children in CourtBy ether vermin. When six her family, this. lId decided to
: : ....... r....,.. N .-... ,.,'I lion at Wathlnglon. D. C, form fourteen years old the tut was leave bone. taking the tint oc-
; ) to ehr ..... a... r.w_. c.. I the largest tingle. age group of judge Milealaa HatftrMla told by her mother that the (the I,salon that presented Itself to
I ahahv aacasa ___ _T __, arrests each year i mother) would run way If the I I carry out her reeolve.
; 1 AIIJOUI LLACARCH22. : I The public koewt that .....1.11 ('O'STAST 'I'R&E.\ child refused to mind her This
--- --- -- -' but residents e< Georgia recently a certain rase K was aecessary -I left the girl la a constant state of I You ar this house It double
__- now.. -" turned their minds tpedficatty .1 for the court to Insist that the i Insecurity Finally, the conduct plastered"
,\ /r --t.... ".'.1.....r.. 1M__.. -... .r. upon R. A sunny made 'parents alter the treatment of a I ied that If her mother could desert I "Sort OHM by the plasterers.Once .
'. 104"t .. rare W her, the really didn't low her M by the mortgage company'
for their department
t i ___________ welfare by the Works public runaway daughter decidedly before much .* the pretended. Rather Chicago Tribune.
t ( un she could be '' '
>, .. ....tMcmtrriow c-r _._______ ,.M Administration showed that the This child had been ditriplinedl
_. N .." Corr p.N}!average age of dauaatona to the}by threat ef being chained la a:

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: <. The Dawn of Hope I people there a respectable ctuu.aej
: yean of age and d this croup to be dean-The RoturUn Wagatine. -
; .' r1 By the .". C. a X bMI /bait were under XL .
\ 1 When that tort story of the Christ: Why should youths barely old'

j child !{enough, to atart oa their first jobs
:-: ( Broke on the still night air 'turn to crime Perhaps that I
j Twa music with a note of hope
t' quettkm answers Ittelf. Most
For all la despair. I Tropical Cafe
) ; men i them caul get that tint Olf fiincensWishcs
1 Bishop Q. Bromley Oxnam
..: A baby's cry, the voice of.Cod.i 1 deera Mrlk .f city ban ?
that the person reacts In
His word to all the earth.A young
one of two ways to lack of oppor- HOMESTEAD. fL0IDARegular C WIZ HAPPY GiRISTMAS
> ray of light of joy and peace j ,
I I tunity to work. Cither who wants
( Came with Him at His birth.I
to fight simply rebels against dinner ._ 50c

i And while the holy mother' the present setup" or he takes Plate lunch ....?' ..._ 35c R E. EDWARDS City Clerk
was attitude of eoaopiHe retignatton. ,
wattMd. I
H Betide His manger bed I crime.* sabotage The fighter violent turns actions to .ire E.lk fistful ... Mr Homestead, Fla.
: The angels' of the heavenly choir: n- Loves" r.-
of all ,alf bol and dope.The
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of /outh'i' vital moral
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this tuv-cuned earth of our Now. the enlightened businessman '. .
To break sin's binding tpelLf cam tell you quite a little- Merry Christmas :\
R J m nonacademic language, thank
And since that wondrous day of goodneta-about crime and itt -. 1 .
i days causes and coat, and he usually
I concludes with that old chestnut
j / That brought the wise rnen't
about an ounce of prevention. He
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season of the we
k ; 'The world has at Hit feet bowed likes It, says that he Code It the AT year
{ dowft' beat answer to date to the problem to thank
} pause our patrons for
,j : > And felt the burdens lift I of crime. And to ha makes
place In his shipping roan for a'' their assistance in the pursuit of our
So In His name and by Hit grace poor lad the social worker told
k The world in time thaC be him about campaigns for successful business and to wish them
I I Brought back to Cod, to worship fund for the Boy Scout troop I
f Him down In the clums canvasses for : all A Merry Christmas.
? From tin and sorrow free. Girt Smuts, and never denies
{ audience at least to a young per-I I
son earnestly seeking a job. And
Danger at 19 he helps a dozen other agencies I
I 1 In the tame way and in other ; BROOKER LUMBER CO. .
I Seventeen an age of vast way i
perplexity and adolescent anarchy Sometime. Lkt any other adult!
I! but not seriously a dangerous he'd like to climb up on the roof
age Such it the burdenof and shout to all the young folks
Booth Ttrkington.: much cherished In the world. -F r heaven sake.
novel ""tePft.:' But ItIt I be ecenl" But he knows what

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la not fiction. but statistics on starts home-
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011111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 with a girl at 4 p, m. Friday by ZONINGContinued SHOWERS Santa Claws Who wan chief actor 'j rtu
the stork. Mother and child are in a skit written by Mis Eleanor :\
20 Years doing well Holferly, program chairman, t.. I ;"
Ago -"K.: R. David Of' Silver Palm ( from Pap One) (Continued from Page One) show the need of recreational tn- i t
buried afternoon duties for Itomentatd r :
wa Tuesday the next regular council meeting this Installation will be made young
from the residence of Mr. Cowman people Santa likewise presented :
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( about the flnt of the year
by Dr. Sutton of Homestead. Plan, specifications and coil a croquet act, table) tennis chess, '
The ,........ a..a we a-we wishes to you your organization
..... r..e "... of 1M e.k.as.e..e.r..e.bu.r.f Mr. David was aa old resident estimates for tin erection: of a and the boy and girls of the checkers dominoes, pick-up sticks .
e..a ll..ies Mw_. _I" 19116W ... and an honored citizen." modem comfort station for Homestead homestead schools for a happy Chinese checkers: and rook to the .
-... n. ray.huwa.-. 'Glenn Summers arrived homeon recreation park, now under Christmas and i prosperous and school for use at afternoon or
evening parti*. ;,
Tuesday from Jacksonville
construction by WPA forces were successful new jrtir
Dee., II, lilt where h* bad been dischargedfrom James T .Wilson, superinten Attendance prize went ton by :.t
-'A called meeting of the South the service." (Florida City). approved and expenditure for dent. Mrs J O. Wynn' room and
Dad Chamber of Commerce WM -"Harold Sheffield of the Naval materials authorized by the council The presentation was nude by Robert Hester room '
held hi the town ban on Wednesday Reserves, stationed at Key West, The project was drafted by
evening with the following In came home Tuesday on a ten-day Leo E. Bishop and will provide
attendance W.M. Bradley, chairman .(furlough." (Florida City). needed convenience for diamond 01 an
; Dr. J. B. Tower, J D. Redd, "W. C. Mead,who has been In ball fans tennis players and **" HI ,
8 E. Livingston, A. R. Livingston -I the service over a year, wa discharged other patrons of the park at a
W. J. TweedelU T, L Skill, and returned to Florida comparatively small cost to the BIC j'l
A.. H. Love, W. O. Webster, A. C.I City on Monday" (Florida City). citySMITH'S .
Craw, and Herbert Johnson, a
nephew of Mr, Lov. After general Price Reduction
discussion it was, on motion e
of A. R. Livingston, moved that \ "
the name of the organization be bring* cost of aeiwPONTIAC
changed to Homestead Chamberof
-"There are 43 pupils In high
school this year" 1ASEjt1tY i
-"Rev, B. D Bourn returned C\\R\S1 4
from conference on Friday morning Jt
and we are glad to say that \ DOWN TO
,he ,will be with the M. t Church .-
South for another ,ear." eustomeCsto OX ILYDdfMewd :
_"A. C. Deputy will leave the all our l1 t
Homestead Garage January lit .
Pontiac, Mid-
and start In business for himself .
gCtends if/.a. Prices tub.jtcttedtanptriU
under the name of Dixie Highway and t
Parage" I eel nalift. Tranptrlalion *-
-"Wm. Ewing returned home 1i tlalftnd 0 t!
from the University of Wisconsinthis local lorn (ifasr
week. He has also been discharged ). optional ,
nor from the service" tcauoritt--extra. ..SS) Lie
-"O. A. Cowman practically the
first settler In South Dade expects Take advantage of price
to put In 10 acre of tomatoes -I cuts up to $92: -ene of the .
this winter In partnership I I; Indnitry'a bluest Why
with B. P. Kemp.
"Ivan Moscr returned on Saturday drive one of the lowft't
from Gainesville having priced cart 'II ben for a I
been discharged from the service difference of only l2e ai
He expect, however, to return to SERVICE STATION day you can buy a Pontla
the university later to finish his America's finest lew-
coune." _..
priced car.
-"Mr*. Henry Miller left on Mon- (Orin Smith) I
day for Key West to spend the }PRESTON II. BIRD MOTOR CO. I III.
holidays with her parents, Mr. and L Homestead, Fla. Krome Ave. Phone 11 I I
Mrs. Page"
-'-C. W. Little was presented

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/ "'Baptist Sunday School whlak consists of .growers-,who!I attend. : ,<4 .i. < : '''A'''Chrl.ttn --tree-fitted- was the reply. PI advertised ::z.I.'
. ; To Present Pageant l have filed work sheets applyingfor I Miss Esarey: fat chairman of the with these items as gifts and a once last year and the consequence d f'
soil conservation b I committee on group of centerpieces made of was I was so busy I didn't have ''
, i: during the current year. srecommendation., of equal rights tropical JeaVea 'covered with' time to go>> Hulling the whole t'
A Christmas pageant will be from the community committee amendment. aluminum paint were other ex- summer."-Montreal Star.
i presented by the Sunday ichoal l
Will be elected the hibits.
Plans for this meeting were
of the Tint Baptist Church oHomestead f county a
tnittee of the a I made Monday evening by the local Mrs. V. M. Grennell Is supervisor -, I
at 11 o'clock Sundaymorning. now la composed>> of Luther L. JOE TOKCISE'S
club at the pot-luck' dinner meeting of the project 'j
This program takes I Chandler of Goulds, chairman; which marked Its third birth- i
the place of the regular Sundaymorning H. L. Cox of Miami, secretary; day anniversary ITALIANAMERICANRESTAURANT
i service. and William Musselwhlte" "Why won't ;you advertise,I
Mrs. J. F. Hammett traced In ''
"After the singing of "O Come Homestead asked the canvasser of a man Int
j AD Ye Faithful" by the assembly detail the steps taken and the small way of business
Serving at present on the Community -
and the processional "SilentNight" Information of one who seeks to "Because I'm against advertising. Opp. R. R. Station, Florida CUr
committees are: Homestead .
;Z by the Juniors and "It, -Mr. Musselwhlte, chairman become; I naturalized citizen of ." the man answered. U'
; ( Came Upon I Midnight Clear" by J. this country "But why; ?" SPAGHETTI DINNER tOe :
i H. 1. Cook Tom Harris
i : the Intermediate, the Christmas and J. A. Hooks; Goulds-Mr. The president that, Mrs Clna Stewart "It don't leave a man no time," aY
reported $20 been
story will be presented. Chandler, chairman, A. T Arthur, cleared at dinner 'J"
, the lived by the 110 Ri<1 I 1TiT RRi '"
't Dora Scott will be the narrator John W. Campbell and George H club for the Christmas Cheer :Ite,
; r The responses will be: solo, Cooper; Miami-Mr. Cox, chairman fund. ,
. : "While Shepherd Watchrd"I George F. Cook, Guy Wach- Hear Santa and the
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I Alvin Campbell; "Away In a atetter and C. Dillard. 00
: t Manler"-prh"ary. n d begln- Meeetlng places arranged by Toys Attract Visitors I Brownies Friday !
neri' classes; solo, "Cantlque de County Agent Steffanl next Thursday At WPA Sewing Exhibit d night WIOD
Noel.,-Mrs. S. 1. West, "F roar' will be at the court house in' a !
Heaven 111,11 Come to You"- Miami at 10 a. m, at the T. C Visitors who called at the Fu- t, ,! 7 o'clock '
,\ f angels; "Hark the Herald Angela Peters packing house In Gouldsat ture Farmer clubhouse yesterdayto etic ."..
.1 Slug"-assembly; saxophone duet, 2 p. m., and at the school auditorium see the WPA sewing project I.
: "O Little Town of Bethlehem"- In Homestead at I p. mAll exhibit were unanimous In commenting ,, at ,
f Miss Virginia Dorsey; and William members are urged to attend on the quality of work-
; McMichael; "I Heard the Bell the meeting most convenient to manship 'in the samples .hown-
( f on Christmas D a ,"Gleaners their places of business or resi pajamas, shirts, trousers, overalls i ;
We Three King of Orient Art" dence. .1, dresses, pillows, mats, bags 7
t 1 -wlae men; prayer, Myron Cren- and apron cV
! i t nelL Toys, made of cloth and stuffed
# Ruth Rutland will give the leg Mary Esarey to Discuss with cotton, received even more \\rl
j } end of the hanging of the green Equal Rights StatuteAt attention. There were cuddley
," with the primary; department sit-down dolls with painted faces, Toy Clearance ice.
: hanging greens and Emma Jane the Invitation of the Homestead ruffled caps and frilly skirts, bigger
f Rives singing a Christmas carol Business and Professional dolls with yarn hair and complete .
, t I Miss Ellen Vann will give thlegend e Women's Club, Miss Mary Esarey: sets of carefully made clothIng ''r,
of the candles and the of West Palm Beach prominent clowns In full regalia; elephants Drastic Reductions :
I Co-Ed Clan will light the can attorney, will speak Wednesday and camels with circus j on ::
I : ( diet.j. evening at 9 o'clock In the Neva trappings; pigs, rabbits and Don.aId R
i' The closing song; Joy to theWorld' King Cooper auditorium on proposed ducks with removable attire; i Odd lots-Slightly marred or shopworn toys- .
i by the assembly, will be legislation concerningwomen. and an assortment of ponies, dO,1and ; ,
J j. followed by; prayer by Mrs The public Is) invited to other animals Broken assortments-Last year's models and 1 :

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,j Meet Next ThursdayAt toys. Shop at once. Broken lots and quantities. I

a series of meetings scheduled MERRY XMAS ALL GOOD VALUES w'of w':
through the office of County a1:
Agent C. H. Steffanl for next
Thursday, Dec. 29, committeemen REDUCED'
to direct the 11)39) program of the To my many friends in I
I Dade County Agricultural Conservation 15 to 50% t.f
I t Association will be Homestead and South Dade County.J.N.Newt.LUMMUSJr.. ; ;:;
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and Mr. and Mrs. C Df Lowell. I tended: the South Side Nataran W. L Shackleford of West Palm "
and their granddaughter, Rose-(Church Beach and Mrs. W. p. Parker of ,
man Lowe Jacksonville, mother ot Mrs: ,
In and Al'ound Mr. and Mrs J. R. Hlcksaa have aheM and Mrs. ShacUeford
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick X.: i is a guest for the Christmas holl-
Willis of Boston and their daughter lays Mrs. Roger Heywood; dietitian Roland Tolson left Friday for I '
Barbara arrived last weekto < at Dartmouth College In a businesstrip to Orangeburg
Homestead make) their horn In Redland. I II Hanover N. H. S. C. r
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Miss lv Dyal\, Miss Virginia Mr. and Mn. W. E. Kheney Mr. and Mrs. Buhl Walbrldg I 4
Frick, Nits Melba Bonds, Miss'will have as guests over the I ot Detroit arrived, last week to
.. I Mary Ann Drown, Vernon Turner I Christmas holidays Dr. and Mrs. (Continued on Page Ten) ;
t Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman 11 underwent an emergency operation and Jack Turner arrived Wednesday -)'
have aa holiday guests their for appendicitis in Kendall evening from Stetson Vnlvcra-!
nephew and niece, Professor and hospital Saturday. Ity for the holidays.
Mrs Edw. S. Shelry of Troy. N.I Williams I EQUIPMENT -I
jY, and daughter, Barbara Ann. Mrs Floy Watson of Canal Mba Mary Eleanor
professor Shelry has a year's Point and her 101'1I. Floy, Jr., and arrived Saturday from Waynes-I! COMPANY Inc. :
leave of absence from Robert Jimmy, are spending the holidays burg College in Waynesburg, Pa. I
!College in Istambul. Turkey. Dr.lfaulman' with Mrs Wstson's parents, Mr. ) i
sister-in-law, Mrs. and Mrs. W, D. Home.Mr Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Oranthamwill INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS and IN- .
of Chattanooga, I I leave Friday to spend the
Hausman 1
ildwr.also, Is W.spending the holidays at And Mrs. C. J. Woolcy are 'week-end with relatives in Plant I DUSTRIAL POWER, McCORMICK-DEERING !I
City. They entertained last Fri
{fibs home. announcing the birth of a six and
Hausman one-fourth pound daughter at day Mr. and Mn. Hugh P. Smithof FARM EQUIPMENT '
$Mr. and M-R. E. Edwards the Pout Graduate hospital Mon- Miami Springs. i S
,will leave this morning for Jack- day. John Fredericks had as a guest 1228 S. W. First St. Miami, Fla. !
'tonvllle to spend Christmas with over the week-end Wayne Dean
Mrs. Edwards' sister, Mrs. H. R. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Halnlin of Saint Petersburg, a classmate.Mr. ., ". ,
I prldgen. and family moved last week to
MiamI. and N-crl Field, Mr
('Theodore Franklin, John Fred- and Mri. Lloyd Field and Mr. and MERRY !
cricks Rudolph Cowman, Tommy Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams, Mrs. Wm. Nolan heard Gypsy I XMAS
Collins,, Rufus Sullivan, H. H. have as guests for the holidays Smith speak at the Missionary
Graham, Railey Macey, Bobby, their sons-in-law and daughters, Alliance Tabernacle in Miami I
Vrana and Marlon Plummer arrived I Mr. and Mrs. Woodson Reynolds Sunday afternoon Later they It-: HAPPY NEW YEAR .
Saturday from the Unlver- !; :
..city of Florida to spend the holidays "
', at their homes here 11' Season's Greetings I: ,

Buddy Fitzpatrick' will arrive r f 'John Withers Transfer & {
'Friday! from the University of; 1 DR. MAJOR SCIIOFIELI
'Florida to spend the holidays = VETERINARIAN. Co. Inc. n 1
,with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 4 Storage ,
'-I. H. Fitzpatrick. : Now In Our New Building at i i E
'1"" -- Corner of 8. W. Bin St. and 34th Ave. i E 1000 N. E. Flnl Avenue :Miami Fla. 3 r
arrived from ; 1
,;" 1. J. Graham
Brevard College Saturday to Phone 4-1852 Miami.Fla.i Es
spend the holidays with his par ; .. ." ,: Ii s 1 i1
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Graham ...", ... .. ... .. .. ,f fi Long Distance Hauling t J
ot Naranjo.e )

\I Miss Mary -Elizabeth- Krome of' i CHRISTMAS !! TWO FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED r

Washington, D. C., Jack Krome, WAREHOUSESChristmas i
Who is a sophomore In Princeton, GREETINGS'
and Charles Williams, a classmate l ,., .. .... .. ... ,. .. .'
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of Jack, arrived Sunday to spend 1.!.11.11.1'' "" ::::::::; !:!:..;1! 1."'.. :.. ..;.;.;.:;;:':! ::: ::' 1'' :': "' !I""LILY :
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,* Billy Arthur arrived Wednesday : i All Our Friends in the Rcdland DistrictSUN //i!
from the Naval Academy atAnnapolis .
to spend the holidays SPOT STEP I'P; ": :
with his parents, Mr and Mrs. A. j : !

F. Arthur. i Sun Spot Bottling Co.Season's : j i

I Mrs. S. M. Hickson, mother of '' ,,' I
'J. R. Hickson, arrived Sunday I .. :." : : ,, .. .::" .. : :". : : j :
night from Nathlie, Va, to spendthe I Ii. Greetings
winter with Mr. and Mrs.

Mlckson. I r .f '

|'John B. Graham arrived from (,
Ctemion College Thursday to i
spend the holidays with his par. :.
ents. I GreetingsFrom JILMIAMI
: Dr.and MriTA. M. Logan will LA. i ;...
leave today to spend the holiday :r
with Dr. Logan's parents in El' Your Car in
bet' 0. : i ift
DIXIE hand j'
8 Barbara Jn8m1th underwent is in theBEST !

a hospital tonsil operation Monday.at University Florida Title Co. of hands. i ;i.

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In Macon for the holidays. I
Margaret; Berger and Miss

from Tallahassee to spend the DADE COUNTY PROPERTY. OWNERS ; I
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Z. Camp arrived Friday -
;.; Washington, D. c., to spend : f
)aa holidays with his parents, Mr. INSURANCE 'r f
Sad Mrs. Chas. W. Camp. Ves- 1p
and his uncle and 0 r
CIMr i R. Zalesky and E. R. ;", ,, ... t

., of Miami, went deep .
fishing at "

Jtiss Leola Little i who is tak- Christmas Greetings to

commercial course at Camp8oo.evelt ,

near Ocala, arrivedSaturday : Our Many Friends in Homestead :
to spend her twoweek'Christmas II
vacation. : and the Rcdland District 1 t
Johnny Little;;' thirteen-year-old : \ ''1't
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!. .. I Social Events in South Dade .1.1I

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: Mnv Claude Campbell, Mr Hubert Nichols, Mr*.Gordon Ivey.Mr .!! their daughter, Iv* Janet, to Arthur r Circle One, Two and Three of I Virgil Lyon, Mr*. D. L, Bowen
t)' I Russell llama tin. Robert Glenn, *. Stanley Wlttkoo, Mr*. A. C I McKee Jr., ton of Mr. and Homestead Methodist Church had ; Mn. Casper William, Mn. E. S.
t Jr., and afire / D. Perkins were Buchanan, Mr*. John Scarbor- 'Mn. Arthur McKee of PrMgeon a Christmas party Tuesday afternoon Caplinger, Mn. J. D. Redd, Mrl.
1. hostesses at a Christmas bridge ough, Mrs. Preston B. Bird, Mr ,N. 3. The marriage will take la the recreation room of I Lewis Brandenburg, Bin. J. M.
party Tuesday evening at theIt" Ted Scarborough, Mr Curtis. place In the near future. the church. The room was deco I Holding Mr*. Robert Glenn, Mr*.
r r home of Mn. Campbell Feature Monroe, Mr*. Goo N. Wakefield rated with poinsettias, Australian H. M. Gibbs Mr. John Williams,
of the decoration icheme were Mrs. Lonnie Hood, Mrs. H. P.I,MISS HAZEL REAMS WEDS pine branches and a Christmastree. Mn. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. J. P.
't ChrUtmai and lighted can- McDaniel Mr*. Robert LX TALLAHASSEE A the member marched Dye, Mn. Tillie William, Mr.
diet. G : drop trees In mint Mrs. Richard Huff Mr*. Raymond Mill Hazel Ream who visited around the tree to the tune of Grace McLellan Smith, Mn. Mix,
,{ cupi were given ai favor Ward Mrs. Pat Baker, Mrs. J. A. Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick and Jingle Bells" the music topped I Mn. J. A. Daugherty, Mr*. J. 1.
Gifts were exchanged. Pollard, Mrs. Basil Goode Mr. Miss Valera Fitch last summer at Interval and the one nearest Ballard Mn. J. J. Richards Mrs,
I ti Mn. Geo. M. Sofinlchsen won W. R. Bird, Mr*. A. F. Arthur wa married to Eldred Westberryof the tree took the gift closest. Sam J. Davis. Mn. J. A. Munn,
: the high score prize; Mr*. Adrian Mrs. Herbert Rtienay of Miami, Perry lust Sunday afternoonIn Miss Jennie LobdeU and Miss Mn. C D. Inkers, Mrs. Bessie
1 Jacob the cecond prize; Mn. JoelJ. Mn. W, E. Ebener, Mn. WllUrdFJfleld Tallahassee. Mn Westberry Helen Livingston won prize In a Showalter, Mrs. Molly Wlngatc,
t Robinson, the low score prize; I Mn. A. O. Cain, Mrs. 1* a classmate of Mini Fitzpatrick. Dible quiz. Mn. Vlvan Booth, Mr. J .A. Me-
Mn. Robinson and Mix Ellen : Keith Foulk, Mrs. Frank Webb, Fruit cake and coffee.. were Neill, Mn. Dan William, Mrs.
; Huff, the floating prize; and Mn. i Mr Bevo Webb, Mn. T. J. Faust THEODORE FRANKLIN aerved. I Harry Pierce, Miss Helen Livingston
t ) J. A. Webb, the cut prize Mn. A. L. Lanier, Mn. Paul HOLDS OTEN-HOUSE Those present were: Mr*. Geo. Miss Jennie' Lobdell and
Other presentwere: Mn ner, Mrs. Lloyd Witt, Mr*. Theodore Franklin held open Ranson, Mn. Dexter Smith Mr. Gloria Woodruff.
; t Geo. D. Ruchle Mr. R. R. KIn- II Bitter, Mri. Harry Lo.-I house for the younger 'let of the

t ard, .M.. ... Poul ,.Reynold,, Mn.Jf" and Mflywliat J3. Dye. district Tuesday evening at the The party for the young peopleof Miami and Mrs, C. M. Barrow,
home of Mr and Air. A. F, Ar- '
the Homestead Methodist and on Thursday they entertainedat
JUNIOR WOMEN: TO GIVE I nounced, will be Installed Dec 30 thur. Dancing and game were Church planned for Saturday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Preston
NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE I at 8 o'clock, and the public Is invited enjoyed. evening at the home of Miss Either B. Bird and Mr. and Mri. Ray
Jf" A New Yenr Eve dance sponsored to attend.It ,. Livingston ha* been postponed mond.
by the Junior Woman' Clubof was reported that Mn. Lloyd The Calendar until later date.

Homestead will be given at the Delta and Mr. R. W. Mullin ..............-MMNNNNNHI......-...-.............. The ,Installing officers -of Ad
Homestead Country Club Saturday have a perfect attendance record Dec. 23.-Sophomore class partyat Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds Astra Chaptefbf the O. E St will
t. night, Dee. 31 for the year Just closing. home of Mr. and Mrs PrestonB. had a* dinner guest Monday Mr. meet Wednesday, Dec. 28, to prac-
The event will mark the reopening At the close of the meeting! ;, Mr Bird. and Mn. Frank Raymond of tice for the installation on Dec. 30.
t of the Country Club under new O. I. Gault played several piano
management, that of H. A. Strat selection and Mr*. Delta sang Dec. 27.-Meetlnt' of Woman'sClub
ton.SORORITY. to accompaniment Mrs. J. D. of Homestead.Dec. .
; Redd. 28.Talk on proposed leg
I islation concerning women by
The Kappa Phi Delta sorority HAS OYSTER BUTTER King Cooper auditorium at 8 p. m.

I met Monday evening at the home The choir of the First Baptist Dec. 28.-Meeting 'of Wednesday
.. of Miss Marcia Gauzen to make Church enjoyed an oyster supper Night Bridge Club with Mr.
; final preparation for a hay ride Dec. IS in the Sunday school and Mr*. Frank Webb.
to be held this evening and a Those present were: Mr. and Dec. 2g.-BUllne. meeting of
I dance to be held next week. Mn. E. L. Lawrence Mr and W. M. S. of Silver Palm Church.
Those prevent were: Mix Mary Mrs. J. R. Rutland. Mr. and Mn. Dec. 29.-Meeting of Study Claw
I Brown Miss Yvonne Pollard, Miss O. I. Gault, Mr. and Mr*. J. H. with Mia Jennie LobdeU. .
r Mary France Arthur, Mil Jane Scott Mr: and Mr. S. L. West, Dec. 30.-Installation meeting
Gatlin, Miss Betty Brown, Miss Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edward, Mr. of Ad Astra Chapter of 0 .E. S.
I Nina Dyal and Min Gauzens.AD and Mn. A. D. Smith, Mr. M. M. Dec. 31.-Junlor Woman's Club
Lawrence, Mr. W D. Home, Mn. dance at Country Club.
ASTRA CHAPTER C. T. Harper, Miss Elizabeth Jan. 2.-Meeting of Garden
I MAKES GIFT TO MATRONAd Horne, J. Q. Caldwell Robert Club with Mrs. R. J. Shepherd.Jan. f
Astra Chapter' last meeting Frazier, Martha Jane Gault and Meeting'of HomesteadB. '
of the year wa held Fri- Barbara Jean Smith. P. W C.
day In Odd Fellow hall. Miss

Helen Livingston, worthy matron, P"Dr. Leonard W. Ilasklnsp.elalldse Everything forChristmas
presented each member with a DR. C. II. DENBY I. En BiulMttaMGLASSES. ,
gift, and she received from the OitMpathto Physician Flitl's one a.Pairing of
chapter a gift of appreciation. A Phone 19Homertead. I I Iau
liver loving cup was given to the
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MRS. DEXTER IIORNE IS ; PETER HESTER HiS klna, Joe Adam, Jr. Tallulah I,

Dexter Home wa elected Mrs. Robert Hester Jr. gave a Sparkman. Jane Thurman, Pat "
[ Social EventsMR. J president of the Gleaners Classof party Dec. 11 In honor of the second Wooley, Bernie and Dickie Hind- :
the First Baptist ChUM a I birthday anniversary of her man, Billy Folllard and Janice
i business and social meeting Tuesday I son, Peter Howard Johnson
at the home of Mrs P. D. Those Invited were: Claudia, Mothers who attended were: \
Ream Other officers elected Connie and Jimmy Campbell, Dexter Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mrs. Richard :I

AND MRS. THOMPSON ARE INSTALLED were: first vice-president, Mrs. Home, Barbara Jean Home' Huff, Mn Robert Glenn Jr.. I
Harry Cooper; second vicepresident Rasco of Cora Cable '
Buddie Home, Bobbie Glenn, Mn Russell
[ f, WORTHY MATRON AND PATRON OF 0. E. S., Mrs M. A. Murphy; treasurer Dickie Huff, Jackie Cave, Austin and Mr*. William Hester of Coral

M'. -- Mrs.. W, B. Cave, Jr.; secretary Rasco of Coral Gables, Billy Per-I Gables.
Mrs. Russell Home
'" Mr*. Walter Thompson was In- past matron pin and some sterling Piled around a Christmas tree ,,, ""' ." "" ".." '' "" ," ," ,I.., .. "
itialled worthy matron of Naranja silver tableware, 'were presented ;
were gift
'I', Chapter, O. E.: S., Friday cvenlnf to Mn Bashor by her: Present beside everyoi those t
The hall was decorated with poln- daughters, Marie and Myra Jane, named
were: Mrs. A. E. Campbell, Mrs. Junior Woman's y ;
settles Christmas wreaths, can- each of whom recited verse writ-
?diet. and a lighted Christina tree. ten by Mn Geo K: Reed. Harry Schauberger, Mrs. Gordon
Ivey Mrs. Pete
". Mr, Marlon Webb, associate Mn Bashor presented Mrs Hiram Hitch, Mr A. L. Lanier '
I grand conductress of the state, Wan Thompson with a lift and L. A. NEW EVE DANCE
Ashley S. Riven, Mrs. J A.
, t,grand installing officer She wua Young cave Mn Bashor and Mr. Hudson Ii IiI
Mr* Earl Cravey, Mr*.
<. assisted by Mr*. Matilda Lllvey.I' Owens each a picture C. r. Thompkln, Mr*. C. H. Den- ;
grand chaplain; Mrs. Nancye "1'1. Thompson, also, received by, Mrs. W. A. Thompson, Mrs A.
Blckard past grand matron and many gifts from relatives and ;
E. Smith, Mr*. David Barnes, Mr.
marshal and Mr*. Claudine friends. SAT. DEC. 31stHomestead
grand ;
T. C Pace and Mr*. J. M. Roberts I : :
Chrls/ian, put grand matron. Other officers installed were: Jr. ; ,

., ",tin. Thompson four daughter worthy patron, Mr. Thompson: associate 1':1' to 1:31 :
*, Misses Wa nit.. Wilma, matron, Mn Rosalie Chapman ; ; ;
l'( Wanda and Willeta, sang the associate patron, Walter C L. Stone, Mrs. Geo. w. Turner'I ; '
I tar of the Bait" to accompani- Talbott, conductress, Mrs. Viola Mrs. M. M. Ramsey, : ,
ment played by Mia Rebecca Bell; associate conductress, Mn Moore, Mr*. Geo. W. Turner, Sr.
riaher Twelve glee club girls Alice Walker, chaplain, Mrs. Mrs. B. F. Leeds, Mrs Alice Mul-

presented a ,drill with red can- Lydia Sayre, treasurer Mr. La- kin, Miss Estelle Turner.. Miss Country Club ; ;
i i' dleI.I veta Brown: marshal, Mrs. Car- Alice Mulktn. i

"':* Mb Wanlta tang behind the roll Bernecker; organist, Mn CHAPTER: (IGrapealag Carter New Management)
_ altar at J.Ira. Thompson approached Eloise Easton: Ada, Miss Lucille
the east accompanied by her Drluer; Ruth Miss Minnie RETIRING OFFICERS .
,, either daughter Strickland; Either, Miss Hollis The Naranja Chapter, O. E. S, Admission $1.50 /
ftp Marie Baihor accompanied her Ooley; Martha, Mn Eunice Greer held a Christmas party and surprise I

I 4 another, Mr*. D. >X. Baahor, retirIng Electra, Mn Oda Zackery, sentinel handkerchief shower for (LADIES FREE) ,' j jo
II Mrs D.
E. Bashor and W. H-
matron, from the east and re- Chan Ooley; warden, Mn .

.;' ;cited.flayed a poem a low to accompaniment which Mill Fisher l Pearl Punch Drlggen and cookie were served lodge Owens hall Thursday la Naranja.evening In the .. ., , ,, '" ,. ..... .""" ,.." j I t
The officers of the
1 '" Two gift from the chapter, a after the Installation chapter presented .
I Mr*. Bather, retiring ,
worthy matron, with a set of silver -
"SHOWER IS GIVEN Alma Shetzllne, Mrs. A. R. Caves,
Iced tea spoon OPaC a f g .111 0 > NNTIL EMAO ; i
FOB MRS S. L. WEST Mn L. J. Walkup, Mn W. S. Christmas carols were sung iq
r Utt. S. L. West was given a' Stiles, Mn R. O. Desmond, Mn Popcorn ball, candy, nuts and THE '
,\surprise shower for her new home J. M. Dobbin, Mn D. B. Snow, fruit were served
last Thursday afternoon by the Mn H. F. Potter, Mn II J. Among the one hundred twenty

.Gleaners, a Sunday school class' Brockett, Mri H. E. Core, Mr five member present were some i
of which she 1* the teacher. I' Wm. Dunlop, Mrs. Annie R. Butler who had not attended for a number -
Sandwiches, take and coffee Mr*. R. W. Mullins, Mrs. Lena of yean
were served. I Brickley and Dr. Irene Shanklin.I II ;

Those present were: Mrs.! : '
,Harry Schauberger, Mrs. C. R. MilS. F W.r .AN i :
Cruze, Mr*. Dexter Horne, Mr*' IS HOSTESS TO AID I { : ) !
Gordon' Ivey, Mr*' C. K Denby.Mr The Redland Ladle Aid was I N. TCrorae Ave. THAT ALWAYS
*. Henry Olsen, Mr*. Alex La-I If'lIler entertained yesterday afternoonat

Mr*. James Hudson, Mr*. E.' the home. of Mn F. W. Still.I Regular' Meal .}Je 6e PLEASES :
:R. Tisdale, Mr*. Allen, Mr. L. J.' man. Mrs. Stillman presented;
Pace. Mr*. C. F. Thompkln, Mrs. each member with a gift T-Bon Steak or Chicken '

David Barnes, Mrs Pete Morgan' Mrs C. G. Nelson read a Christmas Short Order. Sandwiches Is Found At SUTTON'SI

Mrs A. S. Rivers, Mrs M. AMurphy Scripture message and Mrs.1 Sea Food In Season '

: and Mr*. West. Geo E. Deuel told a Chrlstmai,,1
story Dinner 500 ; HE tradition of Christmas Is gracious

MRS.! A. W. JONES IS Others present were: the Rev.C. H'm. Foulard Proprietor giving. There can be no more beautiful :

,GARDEN CLUB HOSTESSThe G. Nelson, Mr. J. H. Armstrong -I cherished gift than line jewelry from Su t- '
South Dad Garden Club
met Monday afternoon at the, Mrs Thomas CJuillian, Mn EMW Ion'*. More and more, people realize (there

home of Mr*. A. W. Jone Mr, b no better selection than jewelry Solve! Ae'
R. J. Shepherd a reading Sutton
gave at
your gift problems. shop
*Mj Garden:" Mr. Geo. E. Deuel PALERMO SPA,GIIETTI HOUSE
talked on Christmas wreath, Mrs.I 'f.
Florida City, Fla. (Flora da City Garage Building) BRILLIANT
Geo ,
r"i, E. Reed gave a group of

o;/readings, and Mrs Holllster Sage SPAGHETTI AND ME AT BALL DINNER 40c DIAMONDS
exhibited, a rare flower, the An-I.
','j stollchla grandlflora sturteuantlU Home-made Itali fan Bread 8c loaf w :

Various member of the club gave' HOME MADE APPLE PIES (Mad With Fresh Apples) 001 ==an ==
to short talk j
JOE PALAZ 20LO: Prop. am 1'' 4110.un.rra .
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Pare Ten THE. LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, December 23,1938

Mr. and Mrs. David Barnes have'mon). Mrs Creech Is a daughter -. to her home Monday for the : choir and congregation ,
+ ; i IN N'Aif at a guest for the holidays Mrt. of Mr. and Mn. Wm. Brooks Christmas holidays. Confession ___,._._.. Invocation j
Burnes' niece; Was Lorraine C i Choruses, "Rejoice 0 Earth" and
' Brown of Covlngton Ky. I Seeker's' packing house opened Mary Obenshain and Frances I "On the Fields with Their '

'i HOMESTEAD Tuesday The Dixon packing: Cooper of Roanoke Va., arrived Flock ___ ___._ ._ __. choir I
.... Preston B. Bird, Jr, spent a, house shipped a car of tomatoes, this week to spend the holidays Psalm ___ .. __ "Gloria Patrl" '
--- few days with friends In Miami last week. with H. E. Obenshaln. Choruses, "Come Let Us Go" and
(Continued From Page Seven) this week. i "Arise! Sine-
spend the holidays with Mrs. Wal-l I Wm. Stlleard: ; Brockett and Mrs. Mable Walkup and daughter Offertory .....__... Mrs. Redd
brldge'a brother and ilster-ln-law. Mr. and Mrt. Wm. Corrigan of Ralph Desmond enjoyed a fishing of Kentland are expected too Chorus "From the Eastern Moun-

Mr. and Mra A. W. Hutchln on. Miami Beach and their daughter, I trip on the Keys Tuesday. for the winter season tains" _.:... __ ....... choir
Janet, spent several days last Sermon, "Christ Crowded Out"
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott week with Mr. and Mrs. J. a The Florida City Community[ Tommy Whitehead left Satur- Rev. J. J. Richards
have u guests for the holidays Brooks. Church will present 8 Christmas day after a ten-day visit with Chorus, "0 Sing Unto the Lord"
Mr. Scotfi brother and iltter-ln- program "The Santa Claus Can- relatives here. choir
law Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Scott' Mrs. A. D. Fogi left Saturdayto tata," this evening.
: I Benediction _.._ __ ___ __ doxologyBRONCHITIS
of PltUburg, and ion, Walter B. spend the holidays at Birdon daughter, Mrs. Roxie Newcomer
r on Tamlaml Trail. I Private L 'C. Aldrich arrived. In Miami.
Mrs Isabel Sawyer arrived I Sunday from Pope Field Ft. Bragg,
to the winter Miss Mary Delk of Blackell.Ga. )). I
yesterday spend N. C., on a 45-day furlough. :
y I with her ton-ln-law and daughter ., arrived Monday to spend the Church t Have Program
t Mr. and Mn. Frank Morris holidays will Mr. and Mrt Bob I Mrs. Harry Degler returned Of Christmas Music
; [ Dunn. from! the Kendall hospital Thurs-
i : John T. Bidwell returned Sunday "A. day. She underwent a major op-
Mr. and Mrs. S. Moys and OR HEALTH?
,. from Rochester, N. Y., to daughters, Misses Antoinette, eration two weeks .ago. I A program of Christmas music I
look after his Interests In I Choirmaster
grove hat been arranged by
Helen and Sue, visited Mn. N. E.
the Redland District and spend i Mr. and Mrs. E. Nuckles who Bronchitis It a very serious -
of the Homestead
Gibson and daughter in Miami Irving J. Lyon -
the holidays with his family In ,arrived from Ohio Sunday are condition. Many cases
Sunday. Misses Frances and at the of John Graves.] Methodist Church for ;the I
Miami. guests
$ Grace Gibson returned' to spend home I/ morning service, announces the, merge Into pneumonia and
t Brooks the holidays with Min Sue. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Grlesbachot many lives are lost because
Mr. andNrs. J. R spent
: Rev. J. J. Richards, pastor. Guest j jI
1 the week-end with Mrt. B. A. Mr. and Mrs Geo. N. Wakelfleld Saskatchewan, Canada arrived talent hat been Invited to ting the patient views Bronchitis -
I Undemiin at her home on Key entertained Mr. Wakefleld's aunt, Sunday for a visit with Mt. and i .at "merely a slight cold."
with the choir Six chorus num-
Laro.-.. i Mrs. J. W. 'Wakefleld. and hit Mn Robert Griesbach. I bers In the program are fromHeyter't If you have a tendency toward -
brother, John' Wakefield, both of Mrs. Anna-r and recurring attacks of
Mn. H. H. Groofer arrived Walter cantata, 'Peace on
1 Monday from Statesboro, Ga., to Apalachlcola. Fred of New Jersey arrived Wednesday ,Earth." | Bronchitis,you should have
I spend the winter. Mr. Groover --- They have taken an At the evening service a your Chiropractor discoverthe
will Join her next week. FLORIDA CITYBy apartment in the home of Mn. full hour of music and pageantry cause and correct It.
-- Walter Schutt. will be presented by the )!rung
Ernest Franklin Todd hat returned MRS. W. W. SEVEKT. people's choir. The public Is Invited Start getting well today.
'''"''""' Mr. and Mrt. J. Willis and family both services
from Riverside Military to
p y Academy In Gainesville, Ga, to Billy Geronimo, cadet at River visited relatives In Miami The morning program' reads Dr. R. J. ELLIOTT :
spend the holiday at hit homeIn tide Military Academy, Gainesville Tuesday "O Come All Ye Faithful" a translation -

Princeton.Mr. Ga, arrived last week to Mary Szady returned; from the from the Latin by Caswall CHIROPRACTOR ,
spend the holidays With his parents -, Kendall hospital Sunday after an (Choir only. Sung oft stage) Horne Bldll.Homestead
and Mrs. J. R. Byrum had Mr. and Mrt. Wm. J. Ge-' appendix operation. Prelude ... Mrs. J, p. Redd ,
I- Ilonrtr l-111-1-S *
I at guests Sunday Mrt. Laura B. ronlmo. On the'way home, he Introit, "Allclulah" choir : -
Duncan o( Miami Beach and her stopped Atlanta to visit at tho Emory and Bobby Brandenburg 11"0 Little Town of Bethlehem"
daughters. Jacqueline and, Doro home of a classmate, Mm, Me- of South Miami are spending the
thy. Cann. Christmas holiday with theli r
..I-- grandparents Mr. and Mrt. J. K
I Mrt! Catherine Cameron and The Free Methodist Church Scott.
daughter, Kay. lett''Friday to will present a program on Christmas /
upend the holidays In Fairmont, Day at 3 o'clock. Warrene Severy was tAken te N. C. the Kendall hospital on Tuesday
t Mrs. Ruth Morton arid Lonnie for observation, and was re'
I Albert and Homer Byrum ar Creech of Homestead were married turned to her home on Wednes Wishingyou
pending the week with :the)r at the court house In Miami t i day. Her lister Milfred, whi
I uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrt. J on Dec. 1}. Mr and Mrs. Alva I has been in the Kendall hosplU
? ( L. Phillip, In Coral Gullet Newcomer witnessed the care. for the past five weeks, returnee 14


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LODGE Mrs. Grantham, Miss Lobdcll and : ,
ANNIVERSARYThe the hostess | :; i ii KATE:Tint Insertion 104 a UM; subsequent Insertions

"-. Rebekahi helda party in I HOLD ,' COCOXDT DROVE tt a llM
the I O O F. hall Monday evening -

in honor of their twentieth. AT POLLARD HOME Matinee Saturday and Sandy FOR RENTFOR apt., modern, Peter \0

birthday The hall was deco-, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Pollard and ;, 1011",111. 1 Johnson, 307 N "w72t St 1o2IU

rated with red and green stream- Mr. and Mrs. P L. Baker entertained -Show 1 and t p. m.| Adra S5e; RENT-Unfurnished home. ( ) )i.

and basket of polnsettlas at an open house Thursday I
sri at the home Mr. and Mrs. : Swk. Mon., Tves. : I 5 rooms.. Fred A. Mowry.pd2d
II Robert FOR
Ni I Robert Cap n r. ) SALE '
Harry Hill' and Linton Pollard from 9 o'clock to 7. : Dee. ZS. Z6 and 17 \

Crubbs About forty-five guests called. FREDERIC MARCH : CLOSE IN business property and ,
music for the
Conner supplied i TOURIST ROOMS cabins. Fret
real bargains In
property 1
Virginia reel and square dances ; picnic grounds. ShankIIn l
In Henry Behrens and BenJ r
: Frosted cookies. candy fruit and Grove, W. Fla. City. oJlU)
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; W. Morris.
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coffee were served. j XmaL. ... 1
j : FURNISHED and unfurnished
Mr. and
; Those present were: USED kerosene .
gasoline and
Mrs Luther Strickland and family A Movie Quota lilt Henry houses Behrens at reasonable and Ben).rent.W electric stoves, $1.00 and up l'

Mrs., Mr R.,W.anu.Mulllns Mrs ,A.Mrs A.Blanche Gordy Lucky Purchase : Wed.. Th NAN rs.. Deo.GRAY 21 and It != I Morris (d9tf) I Natural Gas Virgil D. Lyon(pd23) "

Chapman, Mrs :Lena Brlckley Dr : In ; FOR RENT-Completely furnished -

Irene Shanklin Mrs Harry D. 200 I ; -GIRL'S SCHOOL"A i newly decorated 8-room TURKEYS SOc Ib. live weight. t :

[Wolfe Mr Florence PacettI, I I house in Snanklin Grove Mrs. C. s. Allen lUlnlln Road ;

jlfri. A. W. Jones, Mrs. I. P. Mc Fine Movie Quli Hit ; (nZStf) Phone Homestead till I

,Lean and B. C Murphy.DEMONSTRATION l I Fri. Rat. n... 3* and SI ,' :

SAMPLE : PAIL KELLY FURNISHED apartment, all conveniences HONEY $1.00 gallon Bring .

CLUB In I Mm Eva Collins container H. M. Lyon. Longview I It

HAS CHRISTMAS MEETING : Federal highway and Blac.yn'l t road.
Homestead Home Demon- I
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stration Club met Thursday at I : ROSE BUSHES--Two year, field
I FOR RENT Leach residence Hi
the Neva King Cooper school with PLEATED in grown, everbloomlng varieties.
NEW YEAR'S EVE Florida City. Modprn, electric
Mrs Ralph Andrews and Mrs. NOVELTY irrun I : I Early planting! best Free catalogue
: GALA MIDNITE SHOW stove electric refrigerator Ap- ; ;
Lowest prices. Tytex
Earl Cravey as. hostesses :The
guests exchanged gifts, and the I 3 S.... Dee. 11 ; ply Lcader-Enterpilse Rose Nurseries, Tyler. Texas I 1 :

hostesses presented each member sins ITa K J 1 "BLONDIE"NOTICE : {FOR RENT Atti.cUve 4 room
FANCY GIFT BOXES, all kinds ;
with a small calendar and memo .
fruit, papayas eggs chickens.
'randum pad.ha"King
lAD TI SILL LEGAL Shanklin Grove, Fla. City. .
I Eunlc<- Grady ,displayed Or MASTE11 SALE
Chrtitmas cent?rpece.. FOR Sit Notice' U hereby given that ender and Nortrwaul" owner Df Mid Sou hMt ,..... (o2ltf) .\ 1 1I
tr authority of the Final Docno of For tor of southwest gwrtor: theme South
cake made from Crystallized I .
Fruit .
rk.ur. tendered b> UM Honnrabl. Worth ten chat,.. mom or ln. to pint of bo- I FOR SALE Folding baby carriage ; 1

'I' citrus fruit-was served W. Tr.mm.ll. one at the JwliM of the elnnins. t 3
circuit Court fit the Flewilh Jul Circuit of Florida hi and for Did tonntr with all the ............ hemlllamrata andappurtonaarot I ery, Florida City
[f MRS LOGAN GIVES In th.t .orulo ram In MM Court pens thereunto brloBitlnff or In J ; :
Jag In whfch Katherine K. M. Lawn. any wile aiinortalnlnir. Mine avid to aatlUd > .
1 CHRISTMAS. PARTY $395I Plaintiff and Lena Hunlllan at .1.l ... sold dearer, : FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus I ; :
Mrs. A. M. Logan was hostessat d.f.ndanta" I .. 8pool0l Muter In Ch..,.I I.'i I :. thai lit dir of December. A. D, trees and tropical: fruit In I I!
pry appointed l by UM Court In old dorr* 1ISS
( a Christmas party for the under and hr Orion of the term, thereat.,I H. H, BYLESSuoclal season Jungle Grove Rertlanl i t
|Young Women Circle of tho I will offer for sole and Mil It public ouU'I M...... In lh.nc.ry road and Plummer drive. .1"
err the hlnhiol and holt bldd.r for null I II S, >. It. SI SOI
[Homestead Methodist Church at III'. South feet door of the Court HOUM,
[ Tuesday evening at her home'I of Dado Corms, In the City of Mliml.Florida .IiN INS CIRCUIT 'nt'n or THIS
( Contests were won by Mrs Wm. !! user. A. D. "W. hotwon UK noun of'i DADS COUNTY FUISIDA
: Mrs T. B. Grantham and along! ook-ck .. m.. and two o'loek p. .... I Low Ninthor nut !: laundry Mrs Jernl?an,
the being a Meal sales dar and the
Miss aam*
FRED N. LIBHY, P>lntlff.r ,
: Jennie LobdelL I 114 hour tho ....1 hours of *>.U. the follow-I 820 S. Krome Ave. ,

ko:,Gifts were exchanged by the "MIAMI Pd Inc described .property. situate In bad.Counlr JOHN o"i. "' 'Defendant .
Florida twit That part ( OF SHkKIFF'S SAL Take LIFE RAIL treatments i
I [uests. OPEN IVININOI UNTIL XUt the Southeast Ouster talk: I of the South. Notice ta hereby comes that I. D' C. Ci to your .
mat alarm BWU) o ortlaa 90. tot health, Shanklin Grove, Fla. t i
.,Sandwiches, crystallized fruit, I man sheriff of Itad. County, rUrlda,
II I Town-hip It South. Bango' <1 Met, dtrrlbrd ... under ')
and br victor of nn oils orrntlonl City. Free consultation. 02111
cakes and coffee were served .. I
I follow.: Koilnnln at the" .utd. out of the Circuit Court of the
t Mrs. Crantham assisted the hos- LEGAL NOTICESIN Southwest corner of the SouthoMt guar Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade
I tor of the Southwest quarter of Hid Bon t
I County. Flirld. on July S. lulu upon s WANTED
ttessThose Tag CIRCUIT COURT OF THFIKVENTH tlon SO : then, North abut ouarurHWe.I etrtala Judgment rop.y.rod In that certain
present were: Mrs 13 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFIOR10A tlon line 10 chains for UM point of brtlanlnt now pending In uM court wherein FredAbby
IN AND FOR DADE IOUNTY : th.no. West Jim chain. than ( was plaintiff and Jobs Soott WII.r..d..t. TUTORING WANTEDhigh!
i JM. Hindman, Mrs Earl PacettI. South ton chains thoneo Want five chains \
IN CHANlEHIfN. : l ..... which tudimont wu In the sun school and grade school subjectsMrs. ,
f Jr.,. Mrs. R J. Elliot,. Mrs. C D. I \.. I4.4STKATHERtVB end twenty link t. North twenty I lot Stun do principal toM IS Interest
.... '
I I K. M. LAFSCH chain. more or to North lint of and IT.OS out .....In. Interest until H. J. Armstrong, A. B.,
takers, Mrs. J. J. Richards Bouthnut quarter of Southwest quarter ,
I Ii |paid and wht'h Judgment wu th.raaftor'trannforrtd
[ Dan) Williams Mrs Leslie litter. a ilnirl. wnmaa tho... along Hid North line East ten and oiolrnid to C....... ,.. Plummer drive end County I
( Mrs Wm Musselwhlte Mrs AuValue i LENA "III,,ToN. It al. Drf-ndanUl I chains and two..ty link. mat or _Ion.. U> -tm.nl Company. a riorlda oorporatlouhav. Club road.WANTED .
I -- ----- -- IrvM upon and will offer for uk
I f Wynn, Mrs. Bruce Ennis, I and call to the Hahmt and hunt hlddwl I Listings or houses ;;
for Cook at the south front door of
u..j j
I Mrs. Casper Williams, Mrs Nolan Homestead's Oldest court Lowe of Dud. Coi .tj. Florida, oa;' and apartments for rent Henry

NEWT" G. BALL Barber Shop I boon Monday of; January olrv.n. .'S.i...INt a. m boomers, and two the Behrens It Ben'. W Morris, N.

: i.k.o p. la* lot somber (I) In I Krome ave., north of 10-crnt
(II I In tho. .I..th.r: 'u
Hardlnl, .
MODERN 04 alt tt
NEW ; phone ( )
NOTARY PUBLIC In mid county. ace rdln. to tic pint of
D. L. BOWENFire the survey fir said ....'.Ito on file In the j I
PALMS HOTELFlorida ........1 land 01'1. .f the United SlaM
at Waihlna-u>n. O C. said propntr will
City Insurance and I I'" wad to -"/.r, said judgment and sew! Buy a Home
I autism aforawld
Now new Barters three
Doted this November SO. IMS.D ":
Rooms and Apartments Kindred Lines doors south tt the First I, O COIEMAHShrrlff Buy Grove Land

National Bank of Dade bounty, FlnrliloRr .
Inquire at A. O HARKNmn. Deputy BhcrlffFDPFARN ." Buy Glade LandIt
Is firm belief thai higher ,
TORCISE RESTAURANT 1 SJ N. Krome Ave. Attorneys for Choler. my
I Expert and courteous service ln Manuel I DM, I. 1.11, U and IO.I IThe .
A trial will be appreciated. .
\ Dan quibble about price.Deny .

.f LEGAL NOTICE : -......' i wait
Buy: now

I. IIOT'fl or TAX APPLICATION DEED .FOR loull thank me for this insestlon ,

Ch.... 171"-.1. ., saa-FII. AJIH MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ( a few months hrnce
Not 4. hominy cores that Swlysarray i
| hoi lor of Sate and County Tax :: II. A. Cameron
.. the 7th dry 0'I.Jr. !
( II. 1'1.' tin issued GOOD FRIENDS 4 "Pt
A. D. 1980 has filed dome h. my .t
toffloi, and ka made application for a
",j too dead to ... haurd th.non. Said C_
II'.... embraces tho following oVurlbnl
:' >""POP\r tr In the County of Uad.. StaM of
d 'Ior ". *.Witt I yl ,. I ; ListingsVanted t
Lou SI end s5. Blurb "B". Coral
TorraM. 8o>. No, I. Plat limb 14. 3I :
Iii' can tl In the County of Dado. Suto ,l y FreesMrs. I. hay clients Interested in ;
ef FlorWa.i Laundry I
1 flu. > .went of rid' propirtfi under I District troves and 1 1i
the Hid otrtiricato .issued waa InUah the I 'wI Housewife ,

1wme*. Unh.s.ld.alt mortitnte" .hell be redeemed Liberty" from tIN weekly w"" ._ i i screws large .r small tracts Y
A described liberty ra d. ao oko ijloaiM with them I.
s.prdins so property
tJ tbmln will ::::101"U the' hlnhoit bidder man.. beeriest_ .lo..the. a tank.. >nn
II. NM .
as the' Court houM door on the tint ... wlI. low loaodrr BEN L. TAYLOR .;
'.>Mo daf In the month of February 1Vwhtrh '''. I I And with It all she ads Mltafrlac
hi the' IIh day of February, Ilim msnk--.e..pMM aid >r.lfxlx.REDLANI Licensed Real fatale Broker
. ; Data. Uiu of rw.inl.. >. USa.
y ales day r
) R. F. D., Ilomesttad Fl*.
i. Clack of Clreult Coast Of I
I Dodo County Florida.T i COURSE THERE ARE LOTS OF HOLIDAYS I Phone mi
i ( Close' amt OMCSTSAU: rHONC II j _. .
\". by N. C. IITERRETr. P. C. I
'::::/Des. U. 80, open| Jan. 4. 1S. .18. .;I I WB HOPI YOU HAVE A MERRY ONE




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UdUad Ri.. Jed Seats of I :
Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida Fla.
Coconut Palau DriTSiHomestead I Itc City I ;J JI. I I"i

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+ Page Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday December 23, 1938 I II I

'rr. Mr. and Mr. O. B. Parker: R
. TO AND HUMOR Mr. and Mr J. H. Webster and J
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I'I'i their daughter, A1U Mr and
MAMROTCCLUBLADIBPN1GHT Pannan and their daughter Mn'j
.11 i del, Mr. and Mn. Lee H.
Mr. and Mn. J. D. Redd,Lehmal1.l l
Mr*. Fred Redd Mr.
Wainwright Ernat Mr. and 1
W. B. Rheney, Max Loaner,
The LadW Might Christmas ,Brook, Howard Jo"and Mn'1 1I I
by Vrana. Honored guests
dean Wednesday night by
Wm. M. HerrIII, >rident of the
the HooMrtMit Rotary: Club in Miami Rotary Club, and Mr Her.
Legion ball IM*marked by the wit ;rfat/
mad humor of 1M presiding ofBnr. -
o, oe PrnfafeBl WUlard H. 'Archer Smith to Get BE SURE TO SEE OUR STOKLEY DISPLAYFor
an* tto seat 1IIItwe4 and peppy Bachelor's Decree
come-back from the Additional Specials on Fruits and Vegetables
Ul4t! Jamea Archer Smith, aoa of Dr.
Ma picked: ass.On t
sad Mr J. A. Smith, will receive .
the program woe a akit.
"Two UraaUcC enacted by W.... 4 a bachelor of arts degree irons the Stokley', Ocean Spray
University of Florida la CaJnearfite PUMPKIN( 4fc
UcMiebaal aad Mlw' Virginia" No. Z1! can-2 for
.t J, Dor.,. of te Honnatoad High ; at serciaea the mid-year on Feb.commencement S- OneHundred Cranberry SauceFruit
f gdiool dramatic@ class of which I II tea degree will be
E. a Blackburn U inatructor. |I.awarded at that time.
Girl Scout Ardel Parman.daughter Cakel&\ -& 2 cans . 25c
'f ot Rotarian and Mn. C. lI; .$ .
Farraan, thanked the club on behalf -'
of the Homestead troop for CHRISTMASTURKEY !
i financial support given during the Large
year just closing and presented 1.8C !! CANDIES !!
a box of carefully selected and i Cake
lifted MA ahell gathered on the
a y Florida keys by the girl acouU J I I Bon-Air Mixed, lb... 15c
Each Rotary Ann was presented, DINNERI II
I J with a small pottery vase at a I EGGS 37 Filled Centel'fIb..29c:
Rote souvenir exchanged of the occaslor.their customary The;i, Served : Creams, lb. .............20c

thecharacteristics Family Style : Bulk |Brown or 4X Chocolate Drops, Ib.20c

; the peraon whose name wa drawn $1.00at : Coconut, lb. 29c,|Sugar, 2 pkgs..17c Choc. Cherries, box33c
i at a previous meeting. They ranged -:
In type from "Ferdinand thebull" I Ii I Old Time pkg. tOe Peanut Brittle, Ib...39c
to a real girdle to help a I ,
I i,f fJ'waiatllny er," Rote "retain hit girlish t Mince Meat None Such 15e Cluster Raisins, pkg 20c

Present were: Mr. and Mn. >Fi-| HOTELSEM1NOLE !
j field Mr. and Mn. Ceo. Trick,'
Mr. and lira. Roy Chandler, Mr.'
and Mn. E. L> Nelaon, Mr. and Crisco or Spry 3-lb. can 57c,
I Mrs. K. P. Robert, Mr. and Mra., I II ,
,. Ed SUling. Mr. and lira. Wm. J.' I
Ceronim6, Mr. and Mr. Tom' HOMESTEAD, FLA. : .
: t: Grantham, Mr. and Bin. B. M. i EatinrWinesaps.CRANBERRIES Ib.25c
\ Hindman Mr. and Mn. Goo N. '
'a Wakefleld. Mr. and Mn. Paul I APPLES, 5 Ibs __.._ _. 29c
f Reynolds, Mr. and Mn. Ben Arch-' -
I LETTUCE, Ig. head.. lOc
Fancy York

APPLES, 5 Ibs. ..... .. 19c Fancy

CELERY, bunch ..12c

ORANGES Dos. 100 Idaho 5 Ibs.


CARROTS, 2 bunches.

Nancy Hall 5 Ibs. 4 lb. 45c


't Turkeys 35c

CHRISTMAS 3 taU cans ... 20c Roasting Chickens 1& ""a 30eNUTS

fork Shoulder :THANK: ::u.-us. i'C

Way yourstocking
Walnuts, lb. .____2e PORK HAMS WHOLE oaSILiN
be Mixed, lb. ..._......_...'2a

Chestnuts, lb. ..--2 ROAST R' RNCKUCfrESTERN ,,
filled to
Pecans, lb-. 19c and ,

overflowingVIA BrazIl Nuts, lb. .__ Oy t ers QUART STANDARDS 4.

Almonds, 1b. .
Peanuts, 3 1b8. .__.25 Pork Sausage La.HOME D& CSC


Ron PremiumCountry

( I A t aeon ,
ButterWe [

Ceuolb. ,
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30c 3'c
ISO V6 1

wish a joyous Christmas to allh.


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