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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 30, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVI-NO. 62 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1938! PRICE FIVE CENTS! ;
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Brilliant, Tennessee Cage Fair Opening Feb. 27 to i :

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16; H. H. S., 3626HOMESTEAlT '1 Products Here
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Happy -
BLOWS PRIZES DOUBLED ON '

UP IN SECOND HALF RARE TROPIC FRUITS :

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Growers, -Visitors Last 1 Five Commissioners; A|>- ) i

Year, Bow in Second New l pointed en Committee I :

Annual Contest Here. Lists ,
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Fresh from a 39-28 victory over The annual1 Redland District I ;

Home.telllllllah Wednesday night, 1 Fruit Festival: which last season ; ;

1M brilliant Klngsport, Ten*., drew a record attendance of more : !

basketball team subdued Redland Year than 30,000, will, when It opens !
High's Diamond Back last night '
February 27, be the most \rtrd
with a score of Sl-18. \
Bob Cifers high point man of and representative of the tuw.. j
the United States In high school aloe of festivals sponsored ty the j

football this :year: proved his hJ Redland District Chamber of :
proficiency in basketball by ringing -
Commerce, according to George S
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up 11 points to become highpoint
W. Turner, Jr. president
man in the game last night I
Marshall, with eight points, led Special attention U being glvtn '
the scoring for the Rattten.Klngsport to the livestock and fancy birds ) }
really started rolling and poultry displays' and the ,
in the second half and scored 17 1(39 exhibitions In these classes
points to Redland't 8. The Ten will surpass any previous efforts,
neaseeans' pass work was 10 good Mr Turner said yetterdoy. Anew
that at times it was almost impossible feature, the fancy birds division "
for spectator to keep track will be directed by & A.
of the ball. Means of Miami J. S. Lang of ,
In the' Kuigsport-Homestead Troplco and Ulric Free and Henry < ]
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game Wednesday night the Growers '*t : RUCEI of Homestead. > ,I |

were ahead 19-11 at the end The display of rare and exotic t
of the first half, but In the second tropical fruit produced by this
half the local boys blew up district will be an outstanding ,
and allowed the visitors to make feature, according to officials, who :
20 point, while 7 was all that said that the appropriation for ID'lze
could be garnered for H. H. S. awards IMII hMtn__ vnnv* thai..
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TilE WEATHER ZONING LAW IN I Turner to Take Place The five Dade County oomnuslolner -

PIGEON KEY Official e.NMe-;;;;;-.f law ........1eoI On School Board Jan. 2 and other prominent county
HAS 1..01__ star-.. H_....... "..11I.. official and business and :
HEARING PERIOD agricultural leader have been ,
Date 1 IlOLIlI."I Pare I !LUDec. Cha G. Turner of Homesteadwill '
FISHING CAMP appointed to serve on committeesIn
23 .._-I 1 78 !182 130.111 take Office Tuesday, Jan. 2, charge of arrangements. av

Dec J4 .....-.1 81 I 183 130.071 la a special session, lasting> un-I'' ai member of the Dade County The list Includes: '
Dee. U ...___1 81 I 182 I I
Tithing de luxe, Including most til a late hour Wednesday board of public instruction from
If not all of the comforts (If home, Dee, Z8 -----I 1 81 I 3e /30.081Dee the new city toning ordinance was Transportation: J. D. Redd, .
27 __ 87 I 55 South Dade County.HOSPITALS. county commissioner and W. P.
Is now available to Florida anglers -- 130.181Dec scrutinized In detail and a number -
at the new and unique state' 28 .__I 7. I eo 130.251 .01 of minor revision were made Cash. ,
operated Pigeon Key fishing camp Dec. Z9 _.__ I I. 130.191 ,Oil by the council before the SS-page Publicity: N. P. Lowrey county .
on. the 130,000,000 Overseas Highway document was returned to City GET commissioner, Charles T,
connecting Key West and the Attorney Ira C. Haycock for re- Fuctu: Jr, and George Cooper.
mainland of'norlcla. VOLUNTEERS. AID drafting. Prize premiums: T. B. Rue, E.

A 1,000-foot ramp ha* Just been r The ordinance, which has been 4 IN COLLISION A. Carter, Charles 1L Steffanl,

completed leading down from the IN DISTRIBTION In course of preparation since county agricultural agent, Charles
highway to Pigeon Key; the world the present administration took Miss Stella Saunders and Miss Cox, .L. L. Chandler and Miss,
smallest inhabited island, directly V Eunice Grady, home demonstration -
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office a year ago will be intro Helen McDonald both of Marathon -
under and approximately Distribution of the ,Christmas agent
duced for final council approvalat
are in post Graduate hospital -
midway of Seven Mile Bridge, the Cheer bag of groceries and toys the next regular meeting Tuesday Educational committee: JamesT.
as the result of painful but
world' longest over-water struc was carried out the day before night It will not at that rot Wilson, superintendent of Dade
serious Injuries suffered In
ture. ,Christmas with dispatch Chairman time I a County schools, Carl Wagner,
through the
go customary head-on collision
The island has been landscapedand T. E. Kirby report, ai fol- routine which precedes the pass.age early' yesterday Baker Hindman, Mr*. Frank
lows morning between the car in and Mr Frank Hausman.
Webb
planted to coconut palms, :: of *
poinclanas and other tropical Homestead-by Gordon Ivey assisted -' an emergency measure. which they and two young men Floral culture: W. O. Talbott,
Instead, the ordinance will be were returning to the Key from Mrs. I. P. McLean, Mr H. H.
shrubbery; there we lighted ahuf-i by Fletcher Bryant, Bill *
fie boards horseshoe courts and Shuler and Ceo. Wakefield with given a "public hearing," meaning Miami, and another 'car In which Ewing, Mrs H. J. Shepherd and
in this instance, that Mrs. J. E. McGunagle wife of
picnic grounds, and ample trailer the use of municipal trucks. copiesof a Dick Grate..
the code finally corrected Miami physician, and Mrs. C. E.Brtnckerhoff :.
and parking space provided. Large Florida CIty-by John Graves aa ; Agricultural: Charles H. Steffanl -
and small boat Princeton Naranja will go on file In the office of.n.rlr alto of Miami, were F. B. Rue M. A. Baker
are available for and South
City Ratnh T.. Edwards null 1 returning to :MIami from tM ...., ... :, .. :
outside fishing while busses convey Allapattah Gardens-by Mrs. C., u..rp a nancaAl ... u. _
angler to the several locations E. Elchenberger. also in the hands of each councilman Key, with their chauffeur at the and Wlllard Fifield.

along the highway for bridge Goulds Black Point and. Eureka 10 Shot any; resident of wheeL Fancy bird and poultry; : S. A.
:fishing. by Mrs D. E. Baahor. Homestead may have an opportunity The accident occurred on thee Mean, J. S. Lang, Ulrlc Free and'
Ten new cottage complete with, Redland and Silver Palm by to examine and study th Oversea Highway at the second Henry Ruegg.Livestock .
running water, bath, radio and C L.Ooley and Bob McDonald, assisted new regulations and register an curve south of the Card Sound : Senator Ernest It.
other modem convenience pro- by Henry Brooker, Jr., and objection to any clause which bridge at about 2.30 a. m. Graham, O. B. Parker, Charles H.Steffan .
vide accommodation for TJ aD- Homestead Boy Scout may seen undesirable to the Individual Mrs. McGunagle and Mr*.I !. V T. Oxer, Guy Wacht-
Jen. TheN I* also a modern dinIng I Toys were selected and tagged taxpayer. Brinckerhoff were given first aid stetter, Dr. J. G. Dupul and Cecil
room i by worlr.ert :from the two Par- Final action by the council will at Post Graduate hospital and Turner county commissioner.
The east shore at the little sev ,ent-Teacher Associations Bags be taken only after the two weeks' then removed by ambulance to Citrus: Frank Panno Carl F.
en-acre Isle Is washed by the i were filled, assigned and tagged period allowed for revision has University hospital in Coral I Robinson, H. C. Reely, C. .T, Par-
water of the Gulf of Jexloian by Mr. Kirby, Mill Pearl Whit- elapsed. A* the measure new Gable man and J. R. Brooks. .
the west shore I* the Atlantic aker, Mr. and Mrs. Jack, Lee stands it represent the result of William Parrfeh, 20, son of Mr. Decoration: Paul Reynolds; W.
ocean and the famed Gulf stream Lehman, Baker M. Hindman, L. month of research by the council and Mrs. Allen Parrlsh of Marathon R. Bird, Marquette Phillips and
.-the site bring.virtually to the W. Enurt and Richard Kinard zoning committee composed; one of the occupants of Mrs C. E. Elcheberger.
center tt Florida worhfi famed Barrels m which donation of 1 of Thomas X.Klrkr,Bea). J:. Morris the southbound car, sustained a Building: A. R. Uvln ton. E.
fishing ground Tarpon, soll- groceries were received were and L C. Chronlster, and long lacerated nose which required C. Chronister. and Charles G. Tur
fish, shark and an Infinite variety distributed to and collected from hour of deliberation by the council several stitches at the ner. Z
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of other game fish abound here. the stores by Mr. Wakefield and a* a whole. pital He I* a nephew 7 Finance! George W. Turner, T.
The camp is operated by the the Homestead Future Ter men. The Med of systematic city M. Holding of Homestead. The E. Kirby Lamar Paxson and
Overseas Road and Toll Bridge Cash boxes were collected and toning In line with other modern same of the other young man In Charles Crandon, county commie
District Commission with .George candy bagged by Mrs. Keith Foulk municipalities, was first stressedby the car was not learned but it loners, Mr*. J. W. English cad 1
O Schutt ,aa manager/ .- UrevHatTT Wolf asrf Mi* Jack.: Mayor Tom tt Harris. j was said he wa snot Injured. ? Mrs W. M. Bradley; r

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Pate Two THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday December 30,

& C J. P. Cash : "Alcohol makes men che
Orangvhurf ;
From Pioneer Period Forces j ,
Change .
.' STYLE BUILDING 11 s a n i; Roy Sloutcnborough, happy by: destroying their
I stares, UL Bob Peters Kings- .....
AUTO INDUSTRY More Complex Curricula: in Schools! port Trnn.:; and Gaines Wilson, 1 sciences." .+ George Ben

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Miami Shaw. _. Jr,
J 4 The little red school house- the farm, helped shoe the horses .
SAYS EXECUTIVE did M excellent Job to Ms day helped build and 1M girl learned.
but perhaps It did not play suns none economics fcy experience
I a large, part in the total edmtmi with her mother in the hem* to
A favorite topic. wherever AutoMobiles of our forbears as It may seem other words Just plain living
an discussed this -whileto to some people today, said Baker [taught and prepared _-dillIHd! : ,
the Improvement lit the 13! i j If. Hilt**"""! principal of HomeStead -,I take his place In the economic
't model, particularly lit Appearance. -. ( and Florida City schools la''I I I' and social life of the country. .
Much. being Mill about, a talk to the Homestead Rotary Today': however, then averse'
alyhng. Designers an even rekastoc Club Wednesday noon on \bel"city child la a mere! onlooker baa
some of their sketches to "j problems of modem education.The I,no real responsibility for a part'
show what they an thinking complexity of curricula;:I la the success of the home or COIn-! .firer
bout for the car of the future.To I,and the existence ot so-called I I I mUJJJt). The machine age and! ]
C. P. Simpson, general sates bins an results of the necessity the specialization of labor- ix) .
manager of Pontiac Motors it ii to supply training and experiencethat 'safeguards against child lahowI i
[ ta tingle out him of the for
quite right Appearance are lacking since the passing I relieve necessity
as the great improvement t of the pioneer period of American ,, taking part In the struggle for
few 1139.Appearance. civilization be suggested."In ,,existence. Business and the Individual
," he Mr. "which the pioneer days, few went i i i used to provide training
to only another name for style, to school and the few that went for trades through the apprenticeship 5
f really built the motor car Indus I r I system. But that to no ,
able -
were to clay only a comparatively .
conlime short tIme" said Mr. Mom
) man. "But in those days Hind.j.I "The home, the community and Profit by one of the industry's biggest price
bigger. Just at long at our designen three R'f sufficed, for the pioneer Industry have surrendered the responsibility reductions and enjoy PI lltiac'. Nearest Ride,
} CUI Continue to put new lift, children knew people and I f for fitting the child amazing performance and record economy for a '
verve and appealing line Into theappearance they knew of the bit Issues of the '" for life and the school must accept -
difference of only 12c a day compared to the
I dt
of our can.
day because their elders wartvitally I n I the challenge. Hence the .
"Make a product attractive concerned with them and I necessity something more than next lower-priced cartv
a enough, at a price low enough studied them. They wen conquering the three R's of the little red
and people will buy it. It..asem a wilderness. school house day. xaw'Ddiseed
that principle that the automobile -i 1 "The boy helped his father on I .We are living *ua* eta 64' .OSl.r
industry led the way out
civilization. What ia true today dPessiae
of the 120.21 alump with the I I III
not be accepted tomorrow.
may
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lint stylish closed car at a price the future. i iI I Teaching, therefore can not be
i within the reach of the average I "It simply mean a shift in,1 I dogmatic. We must teach the,, dab-
car buyer. Again, the continued the .
industry I public attention, : present day child bout tojearn.1: .1 >
led the way out of the 1832 depreuio I Pontiac sales bead. "In the early Treasporiamios,
Past President(:. A Steffanij/
"... net f.esl
with the streamlined tur days the public was Interested primarily q
ret-topped car of my It.. on J. In whether a car would I presided in the absence of President -I tns.e (if 7
W. M. Fifield. Dr. HerbertS. getPseriaestrs
the Mine principle of style that: run. That attitude naturally centered n4
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Wolfe a past president of the)
{ this Industry to going into the attention upon engineeringdevelopments. AND LP
I local club who recently moved tol|
111311111C1del season. Today, the public
Gainesville to become a professorIn PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
"The other day I noticed a cartoon knows that ail can will run, and
t' I the University of Florida was L Krome Ave. Homeatead. Fla. Phone II
in a publication In which a run esceedlnlno So. major .
visitor at Wednesday's meeting.Other
a
ear owner was pictured at standing attention now naturally to centered -
visitors wen W. ji.-Barney,|I
with a friend at the curb. In on appearance. '
Mo. Bob'JeniurigsvJr-,
I Clayton,
t front of them was parked a fully Meanwhile the work of the ;
streamlined car', presumably the engineer goes on quietlyand ef-
automobile of ten yean hence.: fectively. It to safe to assert that I 1
Said the owner to the friend. 'Not the 1939 can have as many mechanical -
in 30.000 miles have I lifted the I Improvements as any 0-0.: \ i
hood. In fact, I can't even find new-year models for a long time '. t tJ.
It Aside from the obvious pointof past Take for instance the mechanical J
the cartoon, the incident struck type of remote control ....* '!j ;
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me as significant la that seldom gear shift pioneered by Pontiac .
does the new car buyer ever hare last year and which Peas been 'f ,
occasion anymore to nile the adopted quite generally this year. :
hood of his car. Its mechanical And then then to the matter of -0 ,
worthiness to taken for granted. rear springing, which hat to do :
3 And that to a fine tribute to our with the comfort of the passenger A HAPPY :1'
automotive engineers. One new type alone, being '
Unquestionably the thing the offered by Pontiac for the first NEW YEAR ,
avenge motorist it-interested-ia time In 1139, enables one passenger ., .. -
today to style." to ride as comfortably as C. '
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Mr. believes 0
Simpson that this
continuing change in public Interest six."So the automotive engineer to ; n :
from mechanics to style or working Just at bard and effectively :
appearance over the yean does as he ever did, but the center -
not necessarily mean any lack of of the spotlight hat shifted to _
new mechanical developments la style and appearance. I Ir

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1939 Legislature to Get Amendment Called protective\ legislation does I I Elmo Russ and 'SisterInMiarniRec.talJan.2: It II 8. TEAMS TO PLAY IT. //II'I.
1 not protect When I woman marries PATRICK'S ON TUESDAYThe I
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Proposing Equal Rights for Women her Identity la lost In that of i iforare Homestead High basketball
her husband. He can collect her I who are going to Miami squad will play St. Patrick's I
wages. He can collect her rents :; football game In the I (Catholic) School at Miami Beach t
To for
secure women an equal
I I and spend them and she donothing I Tuesday night In the Beadschool's
can
KINGSPORT opportunity with men In nil point : Orange Bowl. Jan. 2, are rnaklIna .
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/ about it He can enter arrangements to attend the brand new gymnasium. !
of law Is the legislative
I of the National Federation program of] contract that puts lien on her recital of Elmo RUM, compo r-,I The B teams will play at 1:15: and \
(Continued from Page One) ', Business and Professional 's'Clubs.and 'I property and then the can not baritone at the Miami Beach I the varsity came is slated for j'
The Growers, In fact, went hog- this best be secured enter a contract to pay the debt I Woman Club, 2401 Pine Tree,819.Coach t
can i .
wild In missing simple field shots, amendment the ,,! In Installments a man could Drive, Miami Beach, the same Ted Bleler of the IL It S.
through an to national -
and there !I She must has called a practice session of r
were agonizing mo- Miss pay the entire amount evening at 8:41. i
ments when local players, with the constitution, Mary : in cold cash or lose her property.' Mr. Runs, whose New York I the varsity and B teamster 8 tm. .
Beach attorney
Esarey, West Palm
bull In their hands, looked) around ]!I I Monday in the local gym.
told members of the Homestead -' Miss Esarey cited numerous test recitals have become a featureof I
h for someone to pass to Instead of Business and Professional I IWomen's i cases to Illustrate the handicapsof the musical life of the metropolis I
moving up under the basket and Club Wednesday eve- the married woman and spoke will be assisted by his sister I
trusting their team males to rush' nln,. Miss Esarey is chairman'i of the disadvantages of the free Gloria Russ, soprano, whose ap-I Dr.A.T.KnowlesVETERINARIAN
In with the necessary support. j'I of the B. P. W. C state commliu J, dealer way out of the difficulty pearance with the Little Theatre
: Roy Martin who previously for the equal rights amendment I II She spoke, also, of the opportunity Croup of New York, and her recitals -
In the game had accounted for 7 I,I An effort will be made to get i the disabilities provision have gained her an enviable
points of the Homestead score, ,i'offers for fraud reputation.
fouled out late I In the third quarter .1 the Florida legislature to put an : Office and Hospital
I equal rights amendment on the!i i i "We are trying to have the Inequalities ;
and Captain Charlie Little next( ballot, .he said, and If this'I! ironed out\ and hope band end wife and thus preventing -
Mil N. W. 17th Avenue
who had made 8 of Homestead'spoints I
1 1r 1t 11. successful Florida will have I for some results at the next legislature the hatband from deeding the
fouled out in the middle !the honor of being the first slateto even 1C the equality amendment entire property to a second wife, Miami, Florida
of the fourth quarter. Rue, who
do so I Is not secured" Miss Esarey said that if a deed is
was a bench warmer until this : "We are not asking for special ... In response 'to a query regardIng -I made to read "as tenants in com-
played good, steady ball Phone
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throughout and was responsiblefor I privileges," she said, "but we art the Impossibility of a woman's'willing mon" a woman may will her shareto
another 7 'of the Homestead asking for plain Justice. Our.so-I'I to her children her share whomsoever she pleases I
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Klngsport'i star In the Homestead -
game was O Crawford, who
had been used as a substitute until I
this game He made field coals 1I 1I 1In I II II
and sank one foul throw, for a
J total of IK points. Cifers fouled II I
out before making any points for)I
his team. Next high for Kings-
pert, was Picktal,. with, ,Z points.I
Klngsport sank only four foul
throws, while Homestead put the,
1 ball through the basket B times I
I out of 14 trials from the foul line.
The lineups and scores:
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Klntsport-36 Ff Ft Pf I
.y E. Crawford, f : __._.. 1 0 0 I
C. Peters, f __.._ 0 0 0 t
G. Crawford, t ...___ B 1 3 i
Cifers, c __ ".'-- 004 i f
L. Barrett, c __"1'" ? 2 0 4 I
S. Young g ___-.1 2 21 i
J. Picktal, C __ 3 1 0 I

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R It 8,-26 Fg Ft
,1 Martin, f ...___ 3 1 4 I+

C. Bishop, f '___'_ 0 0 11 II 1
J. Sullivan, f _.__ 0 0 21
Rue t ___..,.._.....n.f J 1 3: ANTICIPATION .
Little, o .._..__._.__ 2 2 4 1
Nixon, c _......___.._ 0 1 0 I (
. McMichael, g ___ 0 2 0 G H EWING its way to prosperity h 1

, M. Bishop, g T_-'r-1. .: .:' our lusty active I

Total __..._...:Jl: : ::I B 8 IS I world has left old 1938 exhausted -

, : "i by the wayside. We t rr 11 1 :

1te'la1Wl-18 Ft Ft PfVihlen. hail our new torchbearer, as Aa :

f __.w--- ? :S 0 :2 yet untried, the youthful and :

:feroon,, f -'i.-: : ,.O. 0. 0 I \ 'ambitious 1939. For twelve, ,
Edwards, f __ 1 0 0 !
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t. Crawshaw, f _____ 0 0 0 I months he is to be our guide.

Chambers -..(...___ 0'o.. 1 r- He will lead where we will, fpr
Ames; g __:-... ,.:._,.'0 .2 2 he is as inexperienced as our-
,Marshaling....ra .... a' 3.', 2 world- -
selves. With
r. 1Total a willing
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xi gspeet-3l "" IFg+;..n guide us to Happiness in the

E Crawford, f '---" 1 0 next year.
G. Peters, f ._......__ 0 0 11
_G .Crawford*! j.l '
T Barrett f __.......__ I '0 11 t
B. Cifers, c 'f'I 1.
Young, 8 ....l._........ I, 1 41 1 N 1/01
Cole. g ....___ 0 .0 0'Picktal ,
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE f L4 Ar 41 I Children in Court

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.rod asoil man"M..r 1Ay An unusual
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.. ereM which an adolescent girl display

Etna) ed a pronounced hostility toward i
to Do"o.lws..r aevacurrto ..... w the church, school and public of. "' j
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flclala.t'a
f\ll investigation by an
officer of the court revealed that '
Shady Ethics Hurt r
the girl's parents had on numerous ,
BusinessWhen occasions in her presence: ,

business enters the door ridiculed the appearance of certain ,
I- IC1'IIplrl.too often fly out the win teachers ministers and police
officers Her for these
respect .
Indictment Nina
dow." Thsta the r a .
Wilcox Putnam levels against intsitutiona, u .well a* for law
business relations in the current and order, was greatly under
mined, because ahe felt that .
I Rotarian" Magazine Draw i n I religion '
.r was a racket.. and that the
upon her own experience In commercial A TQEE J'
e am' average public official was '
transactions, the widely h :
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t woman's point of view outlines a wise parent upholds the J Y.
set of simple, practical rules for church and upholds the school '

improving business 'a I a t 10 n a. teacher la all she says* even
Here they art: though aha may sometimes have

"Pint, be sure you know what made a hasty decision It Is fur "l'l'
you want before you enterThtoany more satisfactory to discuss a
business transaction. Think grievance with a teacher private _
the matter through clearly, and ly, with thorough frankness than '-i''
refuse to compromise on cheap to abuse her in the child's prefe A
substitutes, either material or i enc*. Once children learn.that i Jt*,
ethical. .--. the ham, school and church stand ..\\
united they win think twice be. 04'
1 (Never allow; yourself to be Its :''" "'"" & /MAT/C TNF JfIAf40 I/MJO- fore breaking rules andtions. reguls. _;
rucked into a hasty decision either
l'Ia4'6l.'NMI.t'A ,
T PEfh .1
1 by overenthuslasm or by false ..- PHEHOXCAtw
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pride. One of the most frequent
of business failure Is 1EMP.'RAJ'IIAJAitK MAr"1f; ",1I
causes our IN S'lIMME TWE
doing toot to Often look
people. a
P natural unwillingness to admit ton A7'RA/H4"1U NFAIZ Ou44ICtca,': .IN".P. H )t' .sH ",". of recognition oe a. warm clasp 'J<,
the other fellow that not
' be able to 'put It over we* may IS /2 4.Exstfirc .flOlQ AYQA6".F_/ of the band in approval or a "I, :
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"Never buy anything cantpay
you
I prove a tonic for some hungering

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something turning up later to anew for the struggle. tI;

cover sounds your like putting Indebtedness the brakes That on .[: FROM OUR MAIL BOX I I BOLUSTER SAGE!!;, 1[t

a lot of creative enterprise, but Homestead, Dee 28, 1938 a
genuinely creative enterprise Is Ilih= "ntll! '!I'''!:] H IIH HII!:!! !:' ':' '''!!'!1II1'HI11'JI!! : ,
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never gamble."Be .
a InasmuchEditor world, for no land In the whole any such group of folks anywhere
sure you give what you sad world of today is so fevered as els*. It is a tact It Isn't imagination -
are being paid for. All business Leader-Enterprise: our "Iand of the free and the j ." HAPPYNEW
growth, be it In the selling of
Those godless, short-lighted. home of the brave" How la this phenomenon to be
apples in the of
or selling Idea.
r is built on repeats. Germans who are without mercy, Now don't stop reading. K..pl,understood ana classified! It is
Never use your personal affairs robbing and persecuting the Jews right 08, For this isn't flattery.It .too difficult to, comprehend the
alibi 1a11\ lovely, fairbrowedtruth. things of the spirit In actuality
as an for nonperform- whom God called His chosen people YEAR
The It strikes me forcefully there; la but one,way to do It. The
arrt purchaser inter* so long ago, don't know that :
eared In the goods he gets, not la they have turned back their civ- every fall when I return from a:1 recog-nized. ,
your private problem. UUaUon to the cave-man era, North. Such good-natured b [
"Never be 'smart nage, such friendly railery, such in people's hearts It makes folks
aleck)" or affected don't know that by driving out
tram the depths of the love their neighbors. We do not TO ALLHerman's
in laughter
your manner when the brains, and iron and sinew of ,
business deal Is involved Your their country they are unconsciously heart not Just eonventioaal hear anything about this condi-
apffroach will be anything but submerging Into chit smiling, not grinning, but bubbling tion of affairs In Russia or Ger-

welcome. A direct simple and ton bursting laughter, as If many. .
natural manner is your best in And the inhabitants *f this well- Florida sunshine were literally,( This attitude of the heart or .
Induction to any client or pro- ordered little city are equally unconscious warming everybody's cardiac soul was oriented and ably classified -
I| by that greatest of outstanding -
area.
peet that they are the happiest '.
"Never to feel It in New .characters the world has ever
try get something merriest warmest-hearted We do. see (
t for nothing. The effort always of any folks In the United States England nor la York State. not known and remember. He was a
futiK is spotted Immediately and and consequently of the entire is it experienced in New' Jersey Jew. He put Himself on record
brands matter-of-fact [I with these immortal words "In-
you Indelibly as I. fake. nor in Pennql-I
People don't forget that sort of vania, nor la the snowjr [f asmuch as you do it to the taut "A Good Store in a
thing and they are not reluctant other fellow la at least aa decent generally, east or west of one of these my brethren, you
to spread the news. and honest aa you are. Distrust My wife voiced this idea when do It unto me." Good Town" 4.unwunnnmcuru
Never, sever lose your temperno engenders distrust. Faith often driving down town yesterday I f Of Him it I* recorded that He: I
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Matter how wholly wrong begets faith In the most surprising "People." she said. "Such people. I went about doing good As Hi
your busmen contact of the moment degree* We don't com In. contact with I followers let us cultivate these l\
may be. By losing your soul riches and like Him go about .' : : '':vnnnunnun...''.".''" .,

temper you put yourself at a disadvantage.
Many a deal has been
consummated satisfactorily to allpares
because one of them kept
cool

"Don't waste your own vital
energy by brooding 0bid x. A
business deal or a business Injustice. I s
Forget It and go ahead with

something new. I
"Always fulfill your contract
on time or a little before time if
possible. The upstage gesture of, WW 44FAR

delay is an empty one, no matter,
now, Important you are. He who)I
can be depended upon la the on*

who'The gets successes result of dishonestyand 1 1\la1.1939 Join the Crowd. t

charlatanism are usually
brief, believe it or not Just like
the success of crime In a leaser .- y. -" : BRING TO YOU ENJOY 1939 WITH

degree. '\ ettin, away with If to '
not business success It is slack- i HEALTH, HAPPINESS : A j. FORD-BUILT, CAR

wire performance on a rusted I }
wire "
"Above all assume that the AND SUCCESS Ford ,. Mercury

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J Friday, December 30, 1938 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pnle FivePIGEON

Even squirrels suffered during;'Claus to arrive this early but a
KEY FISHING CAMP ANGLERS'' PARADISE:
:11 the' recent*ffild snap When few minutes later slicked dawn

.,... ., .. "..... r.-. W. Hiun&er, DeSoto City 1'1' his pair again, at his pet eat '",I

. ,> ; '/\I!.p'1''Jr',. :'':. '; 'T''r'\' ''' a was commotion startled, not In his expecting chimney Santa, be I,there emerged, with a squirrel caught

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NEW YEAR!

Herel Florida most unusual fishing cimp Located on Pigeon Key, world smallest Inhabited Island, '
It'. midway of Seven Mile Bridge, worlds l longest over-water structure on the 170-mile, $30,000,000
I! Overseas Highway: connecting Key West and the rrainland. Topmost views (1-2) show the new 1,000- I .
> foot Tamp connecting the Island with the bridge Pictures 4 and 8 show two of the 10 modern cottages .a
which will accommodate 7} figfiermen l Center (3) Is one of the many point along the highway where
till only the roadbed separates the Atlantic ocean, left, and the Gulf of Mexico right Below (5) is Seven Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
\\'M Mile Bridge This slate-operated camp is literally an angler's paradise ai It is In the center of '!Pro 1
.1 Ida i world-famous fishing grounds Tarpon sailfish, huge shark, snapper and 600 other varieties oft
'' game and toad fish abound here FRANK B.RUE.MGR.
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:"auullullululuuuuululaullimuuul\ -a boy at Dan Connors, and a I spend some Ume with his parents l MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
] girl at Mr Muttons, both at' Mr. and Mrs 1 D. Pennlngton FLA.
HOMESTEAD
Gouldi. and a boy at the homeof I'I (Florida City).
ff I 20 Years Ago Mr and Mrs J.E. Williams "I
: In Homestead." For results use Leader t
'Walter Jmeur came home ,, ,,
1 I Enterprise Classified Ads """" ''''"''''" ''''''' ''' ''' '''''' '' """ ""''' '''!''' ''''''''' ''' '''' '' '''''''' '''
l from Virginia to spend Christmas
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IIIIIlnHm.lnUIURllmllmln1nt!! !!! !
TM I.'....... 11..m re _... ,I with-..-- his _family".._'-' '
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and family
-"T. A. Campbell
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:'s OH 17.11.1. ..1110.k. I_ families at dinner Christmas
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There ware ,23 grandchildren
Dee. tt, i 18 I present" s
-"I, S. Ralney the newly appointed -, -"On Tuesday Madame Brocket
agricultural agent was in will celebrate her eighty-third
town on Thursday: ," i birthday and her friends are invited
-"Til. Eastern Star and Masonic, to call In the afternoon at
: Lodge will have public installation i the home of Mrs Hubert Potter to
of officers on Friday In theTower wish her many happy returns of
Hall ." I the day," (Florida City).
-"Robert Glenn and family are: -"Harold Sheffield returned on
spending the holiday with C. O Friday morning to Key West. He
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Smoak at Kendall" expects to be discharged from the
-'Lena and Ida Seifert and Mrs'I service at an early date (Florida
Chas. Williams took dinner with City),
their parents on Christmas" -"L. R. Pennlngton and familyof I
arrived on Tuesday to a
-"H. E Redin has opened the'+I Sapford ,
barber shop of the lata Frank,
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-"Three new babies arrived this ,
past week in South Dade County),
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N. Krone

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PALMS HOTELFlorida I
Short Orders, Sandwiches I
City Sea Food In Season I

I Booms and Apartments Dinner .-.... Me I

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rAND THE REDLAND DISTRICT FOR HAITI-
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
NESS AND PRO PERITY AND HEALTH. HAPPY

i 1IAY.THE LIGHT OF .1.1i NEW YEAR TO ALL.


i PROSPERITY SHINE UPON :J

. YOU DURING 1939 \ =i, .Br oker Lumber Co., Inc.

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i Pace Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE "' Friday December 30. 1938 .

tl : -- laid for The fwnttSMMt such Mb- Lions and Ladies1lave' .' i-.z's I" ".. Xe Crowd have 8 pair of abeam and be trim' .

f REDLAND F. F. F. district organization The.plan Late Christmas Party' Griffith was the t.ther'of these bushes along the fence'" l

; Harold II......... Reporter la to have the president of each twelve' children, and he decidedto while the horses are resting .Iimini
of the five chapter In our aub- take them all to the aeanlde John returned the minister1
... dl.trl.rve. as a nominating Lion and their ladle enjoyedan II They set off, reached the station, I suggest that you take a bowl "Ii
I Last week It our regular meeting -' committee for officers for our IUD- Informal Christmas party at got their tickets, and were aboutto of potatoes into the pulpit and .
our recreation committee reported the of the Redland District "
district and to draw up suitable meeting enter the train when the proud peel 'em during the anthem -* it. I
t I' follows concerning our, Lion Club In the Den at Montreal Star
constitution and by-lawi to govern parent was touched on the ihould-
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t trip to Pahokee, Belle Glade and the lame Redland president, Silver Palm Tuesday night Ten- !
er by a policeman. ,
,At, Clewiaton those attending -
I" cent gift brought by
Grunwell designated -
George was
"What have been dolnl1"he
Our chapter was represented In to serve a* chairman, of thllMmlnatln. were redistributed at the you
\ constable demanded.
this District fx T T A. tour of committee because of Christmas tree later \ LtA0M10
M the Everglades firming territory I the fact that our chapter was the No prepared program took Me? Why nothing!" stammered THE 1H Iw9.1SMhfa
.t by twelve of our members: George highest-rating chapter In the district I place. The program chairman, the surprised man.
Grunwell, Charles Sweeting Phil I last year The committee Lieutenant Commander Hal Mitchell The policeman waved his hand

;, 1 lip Beams, Reid Wyiong. H. A.Aman. members will meet Thursday, Jan. U. S. F, retired, of Perrlne toward the family
Jr., Harold and Bill Hamp- III, at Lemon City, upon Invitation called upon various member of "Then why," he aiked. "It this sown na..e..
f: ton, Dean Sickle, Willis Vtek. !:I- of Miami Chapter to enjoy a tur- the club to make short impromptu crowd followln.you-ReeltvlU.
t til Lee, Alvin and Francis Pro- key dinner and do their work (if talk, which took the form mostlyof Review.

them The tour wa arrangedby they do not get too full of turkey) humorous itorlei

I the Pahoke chapter on behalfof I After the meeting of our district Why Not? i
District Six Future Farmer.
federation In Pahokee, the A Scottish cleric owned a farm
and eight of the nine chapter cannot subscribe ai cheaplyany
tour was declared completed because you which wa run a* economically UI
I In the district were represented it felt that there was other way. Bill Hampton and One stroll NR COtiDITIONEI !
there The total attendance and I was Norman were elected I i I possible day, taking a ,
not enough time to tour the state Wlllard he aw his ploughman sitting Idle
( participation In the tour was 137 captains and they chose member
prison farm at Belle Glade aa we I on the handle of his plough while
Future Farmm and their advisors alternately from
had been invited to do. How- of their team I
the horse took a needed rent Hewn
i from the eight chapter the membership The teamgetting
chapter
I ever, we stayed over for another' paying the man alxpence an f
W. left here at 3 the moat subscriptions will fI
a m. Saturday
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e two hours and visited a bean packing I hour and to he gently, but reproachfully -
: k ( morning. and all other also left house, where we law the, be entertained at a wiener roast said: "John, would- i
t their place In time to .....mbleil' Everglades method of grading and furnished by the losing team after I
I n't It be I good plan for you to
at 8 a. m. In Pahokee where the packing bean, which 1* somewhat the close! of the contest Jan. 0'1
tour began with inspection of the different from the way most I The individual member who Dill'EVERY'
Pahokee department :Next we farmer here handle their bean! the most subscriptions will be EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING I I
worthwhile prize by the
visited Everglade Experiment, After visiting the bean packing given a
Station where Dr. Kidder and his i plant we started for home and' chapter, provided all the members!
associates Introduced ua to Die reached here about 11 o'clock. together ell more than twenty- COMFORT ,

\ work already done and being done At our meeting our chapter five dollar worth. service all us ew .seal., a..P.e.l beset r e
by that station, especially their I project committee offered a plan I Mr. Charles Bchren and Mr.i Prompt on beat ol fewmlm JockMwrUto. Mar ... .

t' beef-cattle work. They have I for a farm journal subscription i iI I D. Q Parker were our guest at makes specializing on NWB.Will sawn Ink M and wit llww* h.eeel.e*!. Mil WMK.tadto. est..

f. some of the finest Devon cattleto i I campaign to be carried on by the: this meeting, and they together automobile radios .M* m4 MOdtof km* amass. kewas. v
\ be found anywhere In the j chapter during the holidays, and with all of 'u* enjoyed refreshments ease, flea.POPULA1.
country. Their truck crop experiments -I I the plan was accepted The purpose -I served by our program PRIctOCOCZTARLOUNGSasdCOrTcslIOp
shown and explained'I after the meeting L. C. Dodd w
: of the campaign la to sell committee ,
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\it to ua were very Interesting and something of value, a good farm Beside those mentioned above Flower Bid,. FAIIIH f HOIlt OIIOTO ie
Initructlve. magazine, to people.who need It, the following member were pres- Homestead, Florida 5 ,,
Leaving the experiment station, and thereby make some money ent: Cecil Parker, Rex Romalne,' ,
we went to the U. S. Sugar Corporation for our chapter treasury, which Dean Sickle, Harold Hampton, I .
sugar mill at Clewlston III I somewhat depleted at the present Bill Hampton, Charlel Behrens, -
where we saw cane a* it comes I So, If you need a good farm George Grunwell Willard Norman ,
from the field In railroad car, iti magazine, be sure to give your Donald Hawkei, Allan Har- "
+. unloading at the mill, the extraction .i. subscription order to one of our I I ford, Don Lair, Adolph Lopez, aewYe
i of the Julie, and IU conversion members and thereby help u* Robert Munn, Willis Vlck Rob-
I Into raw sugar which I II then without hurting yourself, because ert Taylor and Wilson Poppell, :
lent to the refinery at Savannah I
f where la refined and come back 1 I

I to ua M Dixie Crystal ugar It PALERMO SPAGHETTI HOUSEFlorida
; wa Interesting to learn that sugar -
; as good as can be produced anywhere -1 City' Fla (Florida City Garage Building)
r can be and U produced In
t great quantities right in our own I SPAGHETTI AND MEAT BALL DINNER 40c

', i. tale, and that it i* not necessary Home-made Italian Bread 8c loaf
for u* to depend entirely on any
HOME HADE APPLE PIES (Made With Fresh Apples)
other
country to supply u* our I WE WISH YOU
dally "aweetenlng" JOE PALAZZOLO, PropflestWishesftr .

and After"grinding"visiting the sugar mill I HEALTH, HAPPINESS, SUCCESS :
(chewing
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{ who conducted our group gave IN THIS '

t. ua, Returned to Pahokee where I I ...
the school cafeteria served u* an
excellent meal including tome ol NEW YEAR ; j

the map bean for which the I' cwyar '
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Everglade 1 I. famout I .

By the time we had enjoyed I f"
cur dinner and retted a while it
( was 2 o'clock, and we held a meeting Red Thurman's Service Station ;
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of District Six Federation of
1 FFA Chapter At this meeting to all our fellow

it was decided to divide the district Homestead, Fla.. .
I became it I I. o large in area, citizens in Homestead and
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the Redland District.

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: Friday, Paw Seven
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1 Mrs. Lydia -Cowmen Mrs. Robert FLORIDA CITY : ,.._ ..

. In and around Lara, Mrs. Margaret Daniel, I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattxon
; Mrs. Lettla Hardetry Miss ROB ,and W. f. A. Robertson spent
Mr. and .Ira. Robert Grlesboch
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and Rudolph Gossman spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ctauii
Thursday In Key West win hold open house next Sunday High of Miami.
Homestead in celebration of the fiftieth

I Geo. L Swan turned Wednes- Anniversary of their wedding. I
Mr. and Mrs. Edna Wynne and
day from s business trip to West daughter, Wynella and Marjorie
Palm Beach and the OewUtoo- Mr. and Mr*. r. B Lelnlnger ire t
of Elko Ga. were Tuesday guests) ''J
Miss Dorothea Robinson willtlesv to resume his studies at North Belle Glade area. entertaining their daughter and at the home of Mr. and Mn. W. .'
today for the University of western University _In-law from Toledo duringthe W. Severy, ,
Vermont after spending the holidays I The Rev and Mn. F. Lorton of holidays. _

with her parent, Dr. and Mr. and Mn Frank Webb spent, Tampa and their two grandchildren I Myer Silverman of Miami I Ia ...
Mr*. C. F. Robinson Her sister Sunday with Mrs. Webb's mother -: are pending a few day with Miss Isabel Becker of Miami ill at the home of his mother, Mrs.
Was Sue Robinson, ha a* a guest Mrs. O. M. Freeman, in Miami.' their IOn and daughter-in-law, pent the holiday at their home M. Silverman.
this week her roommate at Florida I Mr and Mn. Ceo. Lorton. here.

State College for Women, Miss Mf and Mrs. M. M. Ramsey had I Mr Frances freeman returned
Ruth Irvine of Miami a* guest Monday Mr. and Mn'I Jerome Hickson returned to Billy Ceronlmo will leave Monday Saturday from Lewlsburg W. Va.
T. M. Pafford of Miami Dartmouth College In Hanover,
1 X and their for the Riverside Military -
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edwards children Ted and Barbara. and N. H, Wednesday after spendingthe Academy which will begin Its; Mrs. t. J. Rhodes arrived Monday
have a* a guest this week Mn Mrs. D. W. Ramsey of Coral I holiday with his parents in winter session in Hollywood from Miami to spend the win
Edward: sister, Mrs. J. L. Bachelor Gables. On Tuesday they entertained -! Narsnja. I ter at her home here. She was

of Akron. Mrs. Ramsey's sister, Mn] accompanied by her daughter.Mrs. ,
Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin Mb Nellie Cooding left Wednesday -
spent
Geo. Buhl, and Mrs. Geo N. .
tor M. D. Ingram who will visit
the week-end In West Georgetown N. C,
Key
[ Mr. and Mrs Paul Reynolds Shealy and Mrs. B, F. Shealy, all after I holiday visit with her family here for a few day: *.

and sons, Joe and Gene, spent of Ocala. Mn. Laura B. Duncan of MI- here.

Monday in Miami visiting Mr ami and her daughter, Jacquelineand Mary Obenahaln and France
and Mn. M. R. McDonnell and Mrs. Margaret Daniels has a* a Cooper of Roanoke Va., who have
Dorothy, spent Sunday with Mn. S. S. Shields left Wednesday -
Dr. and Mrs. Crosley Miss Lena guest for the holidays her aunt,' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum. for a visit of a few day in been spending a few days in Miami
McDonnell arrived today to spend Mrs. Lettla Hardetry of Washington Danla and Miami. will spend New Year's Day
the week-end with Mr, and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fitzpatrick with H. E. Obenshain.

Reynolds. of Miami and children Ruth and s
fcn """ Mr, and Mrs. Cyrus Jordan of I Jimmy, spent Sunday with Mr. Mr. and Mn H. Hastings of f I J. H Dixon I I. reported to be
Mn. C. E. Eby of Covlngton, Miami spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn. A. J. Campbell. Elkins, W. Va, are spendingthis 1m I at his home on &venue B.
11:1.: and her daughter Laverne, and Mrs. R. H Fitzpatrick: week at the home of Mr. and

tr*, visiting Mr*. Eby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.: A. Fegan of Mrs. J. II. Simmons Miss Lila Black of Lake Placid,
Mr. and Mn. S. H. Fitch. Mr and Mrs. John B. Tower" Boston have returned to their Fla, 1* spending the holidays with
a' announce the birth of an eight-' Aladdin City home for the sea- Miss M. Edwards and Mr. and Mr. and Mn. James Black. .
EMUS Marguerite Murphy of I pound nn on Monday at the PostGraduate ion. Mrs. S. L. Shields and family '

Miami spent Monday with her hospital. He has been Miami were dinner guest of OIl Wilfred Severy returned to the 4
parents Mr. and Mn. B. C. Murphy named James Dai.d. I Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Fletcher and Mr*. S. S. Shields on Mon Kendall hospital Tuesday after
returned from a day.
Tuesday of
stay "i
having spent Christmas week with
Berlin Felton of Matecumbefell ,
several days in the Okeechobe family 4
her here.
while playing ball last Sat I
Mrs Emma Shields Is spending section. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer and
broke left below
urday and his leg
a few days: with friends in Miami I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severy and I Mr. J. H. Dixon accompaniedby
the knee. Hewas returned to
.
!I Mrs. C. H. of
Pepper NaranjaIs
c daughter, Joan, of Miami and Mr Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dixon,
his home from
Tuesday the PostGraduate
seriously III In
Joe M. Burton returned to his Jackson Memorial and Mn. Frank Stalllngs and Miss attended the funeral of Mrs. Dixon .
hospital where he received
I
:
hospital
[studies at Emory University In treatment I Mary Trrster of South Miami I '* niece in Palmetto Monday.
(Atlanta after spending several I
Bonnie Caple Is In the PostGraduate
[days here with his Mr
parents
W M Brodie was returned to I i hospital for medical
{and Mn. J. E. Burton. his home Tuesday from Jackson treatment I
I: Memorial hospital where he was I I'I' IgppL

Cecil Conway of Miami spent seriously ill for the past two '' Eugene Scherr who formerly)
(Monday with Mr. and Mrs.,B C week 'I' lived in Homestead will leave

JMurphy. Monday for Pennsylvania: State j
Mr. B H Edwards I* entertaining i College after spending the holiday y -

JPf Miss Dora Scott, Misses Rather- Mn P. B. Edwards, Mill : with his parent In Coconut,
|Joe and Ann Garland and Miss Nellie Edwards and Mrs. Martha Grove.
| Frances Soper are attending a Conner, all of Macon. Mrs. P. B. i _
.1!house party this week given by Edwards will spend the winter but Mrs. Roger Haywood has returned -
}i.MUs Bobby Simpson of Miami. the others will return to Macon to her home in Hanover
next week. N. H., after spending the holidays -

ifr- and Mrs. M M. Ramsey with Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
f spent Christmas Day in South Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman, Hickson.
Mr. and Mn C. Hagler Rice and
flMlaml with Mrs. II a m It y'.
\nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. sons Frank and Surrey Hagler,f Mn. Wm. McMichael who was
t I. J. Shelley, and Mill Ruth Professor and Mn. Edward Shelry{ seriously ill at the Post Graduate
*i Shelley, a candidate for "Miss and daughter, Barbara Ann. Mn { hospital returned to her home MAY 1939 BE
f:;Aviation." Edw. Hausman and Miss Bertha I Tuesday.
." Nill Hausman spent Wednesday
:: fishing on the Keys. j I Wilbur M. Bradley and daughter A HAPPY YEAR FOR
/: Mr.; and Mr*. R. L. Hobson are I
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Miss
t Mary of Woodbury.Conn. .
temporarily living in Miami Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Sinsel of .
who have spent several '
.
where Mr. Hobson I II employed YOU AND YOURS.
'this MacDonald Pa. brotherinlawand winter In Homestead expect to
week. Their son-in-law and sister of W. K. have
Walton arrive early in the year.
&daughter Mr. and
Mn. Ansel rented the Victor house for the I -
t' Barrow are now occupying! the season Yesterday they entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mill have
; Hobson home with Miss Alice HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO.
r Hobson. on a fishing trip: Mr. and I bought a corner lot and one adjoining -
Mrs. Walton and their house it on Kings Highway next
+ guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. to the Hausman residence and
I Mr .and Mrs. Sam J. Davis attended Stark of Goffstown, N. H.; Mrs. II have begun the erection of a five-
f house party given by Mr. Martha L. Murray of Coral Gables; room home.
and Mr*. F. L. Crow on and ,
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nd Mr E; H. Crowon In :
{during the Christmas holiday Mr'l


Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S. i
Wolfe To
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<. ,M guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. I
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i i MISS ALICE MACOMBER TO BE INSTALLED HISS MART FRANCES: ARTHUR K. WALKER AND MISS KATHRYN YOEMAN :
U. ,
ENTERTAINS FOR BROTHER i
WORTHY MATRON OF AD ASTRA CHAPTER Miss Mary Frances Arthur, VALDOSTA WED IN FORT LAUDERDALE I

gave a dunce at her borne on --
Miss Alice Macomber will be Annie R. Butler; organlit Mrs Christmas Eve in honor of her Kirk a Walker, locally knownas Henry Yoeman of Valdosta, was

Installed worthy matron of Ad J. D. Redd; Adah Mrs. Harold brother, Billy who is home from K. Walker and Miss Kathryn graduated from Valdosta High
Sheffield; Ruth Mr Henry Annapolis for the holidays.A School and attended Georgia
Wllella Yoeman of Valdosta
If tonight Brooker. Jr. Esther. Mia Helen large number of the youngerset were State College. She arrived in
> li being ec Livingston: Martha Mrs. Geo. w. were present. married In Fort Lauderdale Sunday Perrine Saturday to visit Mr. and

I.i with large baskets of ned and Turner Jr.; Elects Mr. 'R. G. afternoon by Judge Boyd H. Mrs. Herbert Lee.

white poinsettias, and with palms I Moon; warden, Mrs. Paul' Reynolds YOUNG PEOPLE GIVE Anderson. They were attendedby The bridegroom was born In
\ t and ferns. ; sentinel, R. G. Moon. FAREWELL PARTY Mr. and Mr*. John Douthit of Perrine but wa educated In Val

r 1 Other office to be Installed The Installing officer, Miss Esther The young people of the Homestead Perrine. doita. Several months ago he
Cha O Livingston will be assistedby The bride wore black became of the wellas
are: worthy patron, Church of the Nazarene a ensemble one owners as
f. Turner, associate matron. Mrs. Mr*. W. M. Bradley, chaplain; with black and white ac' the manager of the Redland
gave a surprise party at the homeof
1 Mrs. E. J .1> 'al. marshal and' cessories. Mr. Douthit District
Frank Schneider; associate patron ) ; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Campbellfor wore an Laundry.
t.t.r' :i W, B. Caves; secretary, Mr. Mrs G. I. Cault, organist. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cham- aquamarine ensemble with Lon; They are living In Mr*. Peter
Frank Morris; treasurer, Mrs.t L. A Young wlU give a chalk bers who will leave Monday for don tan accessories Johnson's house at 307 N. W.
I : Lloyd Deitz; conductress Mr*. R. talk Hubert and Bobby Nichols South Carolina. The bride a daughter of Mrs Twelfth itreet

I W. Mullins; associate conductress, and Billy Hutchliuon will dance The guests popped corn and
i. : Mra. J. W. English; chaplain Mrs. and Martha Jane Gault will sing played games. wwwwll..1.,1.1..IwwwlwThe Jan. 9 Meeting of the Junior
'> I W. M. Bradley; marshal, Mrs The public la Invited. Those present were: Mr. and Calendar Woman's Club.

Mrs. Ulric Free Mr. and Mrs. ...IN.1MYMMNIMMIMNNINN.NININNNININ1111Dec. Jan. (.-Monday Music Club
;j; MISS LIVINGSTON Frazeur :Mr. H. E. Rcdln Mr Robert Lance the Rev and Mrs.i 30.-Called meeting of P. meeting with Mrs. W. M. Fifleld.
11 CUES PARTY Gerda Fread, Mrs. J. C. Vann W. J. Parker, Mr. and Mn. Neal* T. A. executive committee and Jan. 12.-Meeting of Redland
I Miss Esther Livingston entertained Mrs. Lawrence Mr. Lester Lawrence Chambers, Miss Marie Borgardt,i room mothers at 2 p. m. in clinic Ladl,,' Aid.
the young people's department Mrs. L. B. Danzey Mrs.Emma Miss Evelyn Chambers, Misses' room.

,. : of the Homestead Methodist Wright, Mrs. Clifford Mrs. : Valara and Caroline Campbell Dec. 30.-Installation meeting MR. AND MRS. I. L. IIICKSON
1' Church at her home Tuesday Catherine Plckard, Mrs. Holliiter ,' Miss Joyce Hllllard, John and of Ad Astra Chapter of O X. S. GIVE CHRISTMAS DINNERMr.
t evening. Sage, Mrs. S. A. King Mrs. W. Fred Borgardt, Clyde and Ken
,
and Mrs. J. I. Hlckson entertained
Dec. 31. Junior Woman's Club
Miss Helen Field was the win D. Coker Mrs. S. H. Fitch Mrs.Alma neth Chambers, Will Chambers, -
dance at Club. at dinner on Christmas
Country
Shetzllne, Mr*. Sherard
ner In a Bible quiz contest con111 Mr and Mrs. Chamber and Mr. home In
at their Naranja
Day :
Jan. 2. of Garden
I Miss Helen and Mr. Proctor. and Mr -Meeting
ducted by Livingston Campbell.MISS
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hlckson Mr.
Club with Mrs. R. J. Shepherd.
and other games and contests Jan. 2.-Meeting of HomesteadB. and M.... O. V. Kirby M.... E. C
111 were enjoyed. BRIDGE CLUB MEETSAT BERTHA KILL IIAUSMAN I]I P. W. C. Wallace Mr S. M. Wallace Mrs.
I
F Punch and cookies were served. WEBB HOME GIVES FAMILY
PARTY Roger Haywood of Hanover, Miss
\ Jan. 3. Meeting of W. M. S. in
included the Rev '
.nh'M guests :I It. The Wednesday Night Bridge I Miss Berth' Mill Hausman wa church Dorothy Hickson, Miss Amy
J. J. Richards MrsIvan
a Club met this week with Mr. andMrs. hostess at a family dinner party Jan. Homestead P. ? A. Hkkson I Miss Ann Hickson, Miss
t. ; Miss Helen I
Moier Moye, Frank Webb. Sunday at her home. Cover were executive committee meeting at Vl-glnia Wallace, Miss Thelma
Miss Julia Mist Edna
Benton Those present were: Mr. and laid for: Dr. and Mr. Frank 2p.m. HIckson, Jerome and Landon
Nell Richards, Mill Betty Richards Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mr. and Hausman Mr. and Mn C. Hag-' Jan. 3.-Meeting of psychologyclass. Hickxm: J. R. Hlckson Jr., Sam
Miss Marjorie Redd, Milt Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mr. and Mr*. ler Riot and sons, Frank Haglcr HlcKsoa Edward Hickson, John
: Mary Bradley Miss Martha Close, W. E. Bheney Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Surry, Professor and Mrs. Jan. 4.-Meeting of W M. 11. Hkkson, Blair Hickson, Richard
Miss Antoinette Miss
i i Moye, Wells II Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. 011. N Edward Shelry and daughter, Barbara circles of First Baptist Church. I Hlckson, Joe Kirby Jack Kirby
Saul, Miss Jamie Richards Miss
; Wakeftetd Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Ann, Mrs. Edward Hausman Jan. Installation services at Billy Hickson. Walter Jones of
Margaret field Miss Elizabeth Webb Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Mrs D. A. Hausman M.... W. L. Stephen Foster Junior Music Club Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Hickson.
\ Field Mae Geraldine Miss
.
: Reltz
Webster Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird Rosamond '
: .. Miss Effie and Miss' Hausman.. Neva King Cooper auditorium.Jan. .
Marjorie Uoaer Booth
Miss Field Sparkmao Holding and and Mr. and Mrs. Webb. The group had its Christmastree t.-Meeting of EpiscopalAuxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Preston B Bird
Quentin on the lawn a* the home of with Mrs. Lee H. Leh-i entertained tt dinner Tuesday
/ Crlpe. P. T. A. EXECUTIVES TO Dr and-Mrs. Hsusmaa.lUNDAI' man. j evening Mr 'and Mrs. Paul Reynolds -

HOLD TWO MEETINGS Jan. -Episcopal Auxiliary! Mr. and Mrs. H. C Nichols
MISS VENETIA WRIGHT
MARRIES Lt NEW ORLEANS' Homestead P. T A. executive IC-;;: CLASSES ]+i meeting at Lehman home. I and Mr and Mr Curtis Monroe
I committee members and room I, ARE GIVEN PARTY
Mrs. Georgia Wright FaiUul 1*
announcing the marriage of her mother are asked to attend a Mrs. J. R. Dorsey and Mr*.
daughter Milt Venetia Stafford c.lledtInI in the Neva King Jack: Polk entertained the cradle J

\ Wright, to Edward M. Jones ef Cooper School clinic room this roll primary and beginners' de-1
New afternoon at I o'clock. partments of the Homestead ,
Orleans on Dec. 22. The -
marriage took place in New Or The regular executive committee fist Church Sunday school with a'' 10 inchRoom
leans. meeting will be held Tuesdayat Christmas party in the Sunday:

The bride la a sister of Mr. N. 1 o'clock in the same place school room. There wa a, Heater

{: J. Fleming with whom the had Christmas tree with gifts for all,,
< mode her home for the past four Mrs. E. J. Dyal gave a dance at and Santa Claus candy and ice Chrome-plated reflector. Un-
.. year She was born In Philadelphia her home Wednesday In honor of cream were served. j! derwnter approved. Heat
educated In the schools of: the Kingsport basketball team, About fifty children were f C
quickly to bedroom
\ warm or
Greensboro, Md., and took a course the Kappa Phi Delta Sorority and present. :
1 in nursing In Cambridge Md. the Triple H Club I bathroom on cold mornings. _

i. They will reside In New Orleans A turkey dinner was enjoyed on II a'M. i4.la A #**&&*
Y where Mr. Jones I I. associated with Mr. and Mr*. tam J. Davis had Christmas Day at the Shanklla f

I the Lykes Brothers' Steamship a* dinner guest Wednesday evening Grove with Dr. Lloyd Shsnklini
1 Company Lewis Eby concert masterof and Dr. Irene Shanklin a. host I' BISMA-REX f0' .
Volpe orchestra and J. H. and hostes The others present
: FO4 ACIDNDGESTOH-'
i CIRCLE: ENTERTAINS Euard both of Miami. were: Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Mul- / Ski,
T. E. L. CLASS 1ms, Mr*. Lena Brlckley and I
W. M. U. Circle Two gave a Hubert and Bobby Nichols and Edgar Sias, Sr. '

Christmas party for the T. E. L. Billy Hutchinson were among the QUiJity tA C"D't I Pack 100 Asntrit

r class Tuesday evening at the performer at the Miami Senior Mr. end Mr*. William Dunlop' "
r home. of Mr. and Mr. L. T. Proctor High School Thursday when Bill are to entertain the members of i P/ %J/JItIs ASPJtUN TAB

f Peck gave a Christmas party the Ministerial Association: ne"tl)! 6000 SIXIC' '
Garnet were played and gift there for his public Tuesday at their home in Silver CARD AT A Falhirengtk
2 -
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I were exchanged. Mrs. M. M. Palm. quick 494c
I LOW .IC'- relief
\ Lawrence woo the surprise pack. I II ,

I I age.Coolie, fruit toady nuts, coffee DR. .C. a DENDY 40hCtceie .5O/-Aa S1 eJl.ia>>"tr,
O.te

.. Present and chocolate were: were Mrs.served.J. JL pdhie J'II...I'Jlnlclaa'atw.&ea4 I Alarm Crock HMrunn
R
Cnamblla. Mrs. Ruth Alfonso J1a. NI (f-itU..pptr} Plain

i. M.an.. X. Butler, Mr*. Ota: scale ae.eso" assns I sn", Now- Add Yitamia 4'J'
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FreesMrs. erf OH OSM* We -.- THE DIXIE DRUGHomestead
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Friday December SO, 1938 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pass Kin

IaoU American Legion has started Midnight recitals are to be given
II ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS CHURCH NOTICES I serving a free glass of orange juice Christina and New Year's and
_.--... to all tourist who stop at the special: recital on major holida>s
FIRST METHODIST Legion-Chamber ot Commerce
FAMILY REUNION IS FAMILY REUNION 13 HELD I
CHURCH I welcoming! station Point Welcome The Aqualux fountain in the
HELD AT rrrcn HOME I AT HOME OF MBS. J. K. SCOTTA .
Ja> 1 Special New Year patio of Florida exhibit at the
A family reunion took pine at family reunion was held at Day weak .y choir directed I .-.' New Ybrk World' Fair has ..
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. HJitch .I the home of Mr*. J. K. Scott inFlorida I by Irvine t,_ Morning aerate The seasonal carillon recitals water and color cycle which taken "
on Christmas Day when for City on Christmas Day, theme "Facing the Future" from the Bok Singing Tower minute during which 12* different -
The. tint time in eleven years all The day started with the opening ; evenlBg wrmoa tawno, I I started at noon. Dec. IS. Recitals combination of color an.i
members of the family assembledfor of the numerous gift Santa Claus Menmlam Ute Spoiled will be given each Sunday at t water take place in *a apparently -
[ Christina dinner. I had left beneath a big Christmas Dre...." Special meals by the p. re and each Tuesday Thursday endless panorama at gracefully -
Present betide Mr. and MnFiteh tree and U closed with an old fashioned yeast peeplc'i .... and Saturady at II nooov changing deaigna.
were: Mr*. J P. Pitt and barbecue All church talk at UOBM- ,
I. Marilyn: Pitta of South Miami.I Present besides Mrs. Scott were- IteM aMl the RetUaM Dtatrtct .. ,.. ., .. "
Mrs. C. E. Ebr: and Ltrerna Eby Mr and Mrs. Harry O. Hunter
.
are urged to head their IM cfew New y...'. Moat UdlvUial Artiste e
of Covlngtoa Ky.: Mr. and Mr*.I and ('heir son-in-law\ daughter yea resolutions with tile
L, Lanier, Miss Valera Fitch and grandchild, Mr. and Mn Virgil resolve to, attend their church ELMO RUSS with GLORIA RUSS
Belle Glade Mr. and Mrs Rut- Bird and little Toni Bird who services ea New Year Day. Bafitooa .****..
Walker and children. Laurtll!t*. Mrs. Scott's great granddaughter A eerdiaL friendly welcome 111.
Hinton and John Richard. ; Mr.\ and Mrs. Percy Hunterof await yea at the Methodist RECITAL OF ORIGINAL SONGS
III. Miami and their daughter Beth, Church.Community.
FRT u GIVEN Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hunter and Monday Jan. !. 1939 at 8:45 p. m.
LANDER HOME: their son and daughter, Milton 1IIIaaI-.cJa "'_a'i Club MM Hue Tree Drive. Msaaai Ben .
Mr. and Mr*. A. t. Lanier gave and Constance; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Singing 1- Tickets al ;Lag ass $1.16
ham fry in the yard of their Hunter of Miami and their Announced for Sunday
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Friday night. Salad, pickles son Chester Jr. Mr*.. Ida flowers

I. coffee were served with the and IOn Finch Cochran; Air. Jack Hamilton of the Central I .. .. , . .
Church ot Miami.
sandwiches and Mrs. Henry Bird, Forest, Opal will conduct
....e A Christmas tree with bumorr -' and Ira Bird and Harry Sense community singing at the Churchof
r; present wu an amusing feature -! aU of Miami; Mr. and Mr*. 1.. R. Christ Sunday afternoon at 3 Woman's Club i
Junior
: \ of the party I Bate of Miami and their son*. o'clock. The public la Invited to
I/r' Present were Mr and Mr*. Roy: and James; and James and attend.
r Dexter Home, Mr. and Mn. Rust -' Ellen: Schallern
tell Home, Mr. and Mr*. Paul Between tea and tlfteeea High NEW YEAR'S EYES? DANCE
.. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Klnard had school bands from all section of
,;'Campbell, Mr. and Mn. David as dinner guests Monday Mr. and Florida will compete In the greatest -
I
i, Barnes, Mr. and Mr*, Lloyd Witt, Mrs M. S. Hayes of Gainesville school band contest ever held
f Mr. and Mn. James Roberta, Mr.I Ii and their daughter, Mia 'Wild*. la Florida on AD Florida School
i stt and Mrs. Laban, Biihop. Mr. and Mr and Mrs. A. P. Moore of Day at the Pan American Her- SAT. DEC. 31stII
& Mrs Earl Crave, Mr. and Mr*. Coral Cables and their house- nando DeSoto Exposition: to be ,
igA. E. Campbell. Mr. and Mrt.L guests, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norfleet held Tampa Jan. 31 to Feb. 11, :M to I M
Gordon Ivey arid the hOlt and and Robert Kinard of Bunnell. according to Robert Hill Jr.
II president of the Tampa Junior
ho.te. brother-in-law, sister and brotherof
Chamber of Commerce. which U m
: Mr. Klnard Mr. and Mrs
: TWO ANNIVERSARIES I Norfleet left for their home Wednesday sponsoring the school day and the
CELEBRATED AT PARTY I Ir morning band contest. Friday, Feb. 10,
r,. Mr. and :Mrs. Albert Caves JIve, has been set aside for school day Homestead Country ClubteepeaJar
under a revised schedule.
j"11 oyster supperand theater Circle Six of the W. M. U of
t party Tuesday evening in celebration I the First Baptist Church will hold ( Lades New HaureanAdmission
Al part of the to advertise
,. of Mrs. Caves' birthday and program
an all-day meeting
Wednesday at
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Florida's citrus and
Juice
I p' th* fifty-sixth wedding anniversary the Schauberger home.
'. of her parents, Mr. and promote future use in other
i if1 Mrs H. J. Johnston. Mr. and Mr. Keith Foulk en- $1.50
Those present were: Mr. and tertained at Christmas dinner Mr.SaraBarber (LADIES FREE)
-lira. J. L. Ballard Mrs. Lydia and Mrs. Jack Polk and son

Jr vi; Mr.Cowman.and Mrs.Mr. and Caves Mr,*.Miss Johnston Rose, Jackie.Mr*. Julia Mr.Polk and and Mrs.Misses Geo. Caro-Polk, Shops : ...... ......, "" .. .. .. ..... .. ., ", ... ,,.. .... .. ... ." ....,

p+ Cave and Rudolph Cowman.f line and Katherine Autrey To Stay Open '

1>' KAPPA PHI DELTA 1
V CITES HAYRIDE I LADIES ADMITTED FREE UNTIL 8 P. M. I
i" Th** Kappa Phi Delta girls were, AT NEW YEAR'S DANCE
j. hostesses at a hay ride Friday Ladle. will be admitted free at Beginning Monday, I
*. evening. The group met at the I the Junior Woman's Club New Jan. 2 1939 !
f f home of Miss Yvonne Pollard and Year's Eve dance In the Homestead ,
',*'later returned there for refresh- Country Club Saturday BOWEN'S BARBER SHOP @qaPPffNEW
.
". .Went night i BUSH'S BARBER SHOP
t' Those attending wen Miss Dancing will begin at 10:30: I SMITH'S BARBER SHOP
i Claudia Conner, Misses Iva and o'clock.
t r, Nina DyaU Mist Betty Brown,II I
; Mill Mary France Arthur Miss CARD OF THANKSWe I
-, Pollard Clinton Bishop, Jack wish to express our sincere 1I I
j Sullivan Jack GaUln, Marvin I thanks to the Rev. C G. Nelson:I Redlands Cafe
i Pritchard. Emory Dearlng and I and to our friends and neighbors EVERY WISH
Edward Pacettl. I for their kindness and sympathy IS N. J:. FLAGLER AVE.

1, Mr, and-Mrs. J. R. Brooks will during our recent bereavement. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FOR YOUR HAPPINESS
y., entertain at dinner this evening' Mrt. Marie L. Graden,
Mr. and Mrs Frank Mrs>. Mary J. Oldendorf
Borgurdt ot: YEARt
Pittsburgh and their children I Mr*. Hasct L. Charvat Dinner ............ 50c DURING THE NEW

tarry and June and Mr. and Mr I Theodore A. Oldendorf. Plate Lunch...... 30c
Saunders GramUng, Mr. and Mr*.
Talraadgo Jenkins andchildren,I For results use Leader I
Ralph and Novella, and Mrs. Peter MRS. A. NABOBS. Prep. HOMESTEAD GROCERY
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'Office Hours 8:30-4:30 1:MI Itileallfra: *- ..- Omni !t PermanentSoft
anew asao.aDints
,Opea Evenlnc .r Aputtlatment at The Awsrie.a I.atkuaeaad II: rolling wave abundant -

M-.. tor opuerr lasting curls that' the a

I kind Of a permanent you want L EW of
;I Hill 1411.1.111 Mi .I Ill ill .I I I i III;I;I Ill"ill'11 lift 1;''111 iii.11''', 7
REQUESTSMCLTON'S I And that's the kind wt glv*

'\ For we do genuine Eugene

,1\ waving, with genuine Eugene
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I Sachet Let us "drras" your
I TO ALL FROM
hair for the season with nsvtural >

Git i undulation and flattest
; 0/ 7dip : HOMESTEAD'S APEX DEALER

I last ta -.ndck curia

"A BEAUTY SCCR6T" .
it.Mart woman hew learned when thr want Bush's Barber Shop '
b BEAUTIfUI NATURAL PERMANENT WAVES : I SID L KENDRICKt

.. Mok your appointment kxtojl: I & Beauty Parlor I

'" PAT'S BEAUTY PARLO&W, I Miry I
LtDto Operate
I Ham 814. Banmtsad. FU. Pound? M Brawn
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Pare Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. December 30, 1938 _

used car in trade to sell theWiun
II FAITH IN FLORIDA TO THE TUNE OF $1,000,000! ber I used car and then must ten
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-- the Number 2 used car before M
can say whether he has made e
D :ed ar d f fIu !Vww ,50"'I ; on profit the broken three even transactions or lost money that

't started when you entered his atone.
to buy the new car.
If the dealer gets too many usei|
cars on hand his liquid capital l I.
exhausted and he has to !curtailany !
I more selling of new car that
I : AIc necessitates a used car trade-lit.
I
.t .r v 'tj This procedure illustrates that
the used car business is an
NCM .QAll-.., i1..ICaTAnoN I industry
TICKIT located in the stores of automobi'-'
: I'"' ./ ..1JI. :dealers. There are more than
S 'ti Alop hull VIM 160.000 dealerships in this country

} I I It Is conservative to make aJ
; average allowance of five men to
tit ..- orrice'l leach i dealership who make tits>
t!majority of their wages from the
di PROPOSEDMARINEUKD I i used car bu ln -niechanlcs aid!
J i. salesmen and managers and b001c-
MARIN1lAN0 i keepers These 300,000 peopU.
II tOYlllot couaT I. tt476r with the dealers, run the used ear
I : I business_ of this country.
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.1.1i They have made great stride Jrt
| the last few years in recondition
i! tis kfR y PCOMCIa.ION R i r. |ing and merchandising used car*
ea |The confidence of the buying pup*
lie has been increased In u.*.1i 4
aU1.01N0 eMaaATN i cars bought from dependable dtN I

it 00 a* .... w ers because of fair treatment ii4
I honest value.
1('
I These basic things have, dwt
1t car business in the last few years
tq{ ws liouss NOUa1 I than any other factors.TONSILITIS.

; FLA.-Faittr in Florida was forcibly cm- have been expended bulk of which has none Into the con- 1 -.
I phasized in this novel community this week when ground traction of Marine Studios, Florida's newest scientific
II J was broken for an additional hundred thousand dollar building I I institution, and world's only specially designed professional I
; program. During the past year over one million dollars underwater motion picture studios. .
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R [swept over most of the business have never owned a new car dealer has an Investment In that OR HEALTH
I : USED CARS FORM surface of the country, mention I That mean there Is a very I used car of what dollar value he
was made that used cars were responsible large market for used cart In this allowed you for It Chronic tonsllltts Is II
There was a jam in breeder of all sorts ot bodily !
$2,000,000,000 country. It also means that such I The dealer must sell It for an
the sale of used It said,
cars was ailments
Acute tonsllittj
a large group cannot escape the approximation of that price, plus
and that stalled the new-car mar I economic currents that sweep the I whatever service and repairs he 1 is a serious drain on the
INDUSTRY IN U. S. ket. The resulting unemployment
i ; nation from time to time. putt Into it for reconditioning bodily vitality. Neithershould
from the automobile and /
u I supply factories shutting downor It la the size of the used car He often has to take another be permitted to to

curtailing their work, still fur market, coupled with the ex- unnoticed
:>jr 17 E. Holler I
General Sales ilanaser, Chevrolet ther Jammed the used car market tensive ramifications of the customers Homestead's Oldest The Chiropractor will ills-
Motor Division who compose It Into all cover the cause of this dies'
lines of business, that make Barber Shop I
it difficult

j The used car business In this I Many have asked, "Are used to I eaae and correct It. There I
country la a two billion dollar industry .-:i cars that Important in our Industrial gauge, or to handle easily. I is no need to permit itff
In 1936 and 1937 it I I life"1 The brief picture of the used i'! D. L. BOWENNew \ continue
i averaged nearly .000.000 cars:I They are, I can answer wholeheartedly. car business foundation is this:
The annual dollar turn-over in the I; The automobile industry i You trade in your present car to a I'I'i "Start getting well tody" ,
used car business Is greater than I I is based upon used cars i dealer who allows you so much In new quarters three
l that of food, clothing or the combined 'They are a by-product of the automobile 'money value on the new car that!, doors south of the First Dr.R.J.ELUOITCIIIBOFKACTOK '
Jewelry and furniture business .I industry. Whereas the new you wish to buy You drive away National Bank
I cars are manufactured or fabricated in the new car and forget the car COOL AND SANITARY 1';
'I I that left In trade. The Horne ,
was dealer B'dg Homtitecit
\ A host of comparisons be in a plant the used cars are Expert and courteous service
may
I must resell that car left in .Mount 9-1Z 1-Sr lIUMIHlriimillllMIIIIMIIMMH
you. ; -
manufactured by nearly twenty-
made with this In A Iris will be appreciated.
commercial c elbnhe: would: nine million motor vehicle owner I I trade. It Is a used car The
I I .
Of the twenty-nine million own -
not make it any smaller The
uwd car business Is truly a giant era in this country, it is approxI- liniMHHinHIIIMIIMmillHIMHMIHIimiHlltMlllllimilHMIHmHIIIHn ltllllltlllllllllHliniHtl mHni>mttlllllllHllllllh lltl I
It has not been appreciated in i mated by Petroleum Institute
its true size until mently.l that 10000,000 Of those owners ,.

I When there was much national "NN.MMM.wMN.YMtMM.NMNMMMMM.M.MwPLUMBING. ,
concern: during late Wl, about, TIRE -RE-CA2EJNG.; .. .
the slowing down of the .

\ I automobile unemployment factories ripples with consequent that Done right l here in Homestead =Jat, our ., .

I Work Done Promptly plant Flagler Avenue will give
i on you
Gas Gas All Timer :1 e i

.i ash wu.Na..Ill.r M k.il I Hr:i Id''i'.M*!mr or MOOU.L0. i i
tow wv.- pl v.d 'B mt han Adurlka ;j R. E. Reed '
NEW TIRE
..: .. ..,.. r.11.1. N w, I nt M IADLERIKA MILEAGE
rl.' P An. w.v.r MII A.TT.rAt
t i Redlaad. Rd. just Booth. of
Coconut.Palm DriveHomestead AT HALF THE COST
all leading druggists : .
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I This process recaps your worn tires with"K

j,I I-- II new rubber and gives you a tire that will .

.' NEWT 'G. BALL i wear equally as long as a new tire. "

i NOTARY PUBLIC ONLY
i MONKEY
I AUTOMATIC r
JUNGLE
} Fire Insurance and I U..S.s. EQUIPMENT,

Kindred Lines I TRAINED WORKMEN '
I ., rMdd.'. M..A 0X ,;.

I :.. IS N. 1tIaJM'Aft., I al.tide.r ed a.Dot"Aughwe a..Ih W04,..." We invite your inspectim el:evr:spaci .s.I; "",, '.a\ "

f" I ri .. new, stati9WaM're p pMe1 t\.* r:: ??Iae r


FRANK. BERNECKER'S .
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PRINCETON rut. I Homestead Auto Supply

Portable Electrie sad Acetylene..... r.Cylinder. Blocks l.
Cylinder Heads Aluminum Castings and BottscawAutomotive .
I A Complete One-Stop Service Station
". blacklist AepalAeg--Catering te garages la Saab
t bearing peering and aligned Nasalng. em-tl.( r4 pewhataati ON FLAGLER

boring and, cylinder berlsg.C .
I
, EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED

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December 30. 1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE P... F1't err


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I' i-FOnD- OFFERS WIDE TRUCK LINE I GROVE, i CLASSIFIED ADS ;


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: THEATRE BATE: First Insertion 104 a lint; subsequent Insertion

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j COCONUT QKOVB :
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t Matinee Saturday and BotKlay FOR RENT. Collins Federal Highway A

JOG to a p. m. i I Biscayne! Drive (d30tf t tI

Shew 1 and I p. mj Mm. lie_
: ; FOR RENT Downstairs furnished I FOR SALE: Brand new oil heat- i

apartment Would like er. Never used New square
i GALA NEW TE.iR'8 EVE
: food year round tenant Set type. s. r Matthews (pjlj <4<
MIDNIGHT SHOW :
; Mrs Alex Lanier 12 N. E. h*tit

i Bat Dee. Slat. 11.59 p. m. : St. (pd30)) CLOSE IN business property and :

Arthur Lake, Penny Singleton real bargains In residence property i iI

la : I FOR RENT-UnfurnIshed house, Henry Behrena and Ben. 4<<

: "BLONDIE"Fun I t rooms. Fred A. afowry.I I W. Morris (dOtf) !

(pd23)) !
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Free Favors I USED kerosene, gasoline and r

-. .. FURNISHED and unfurnished electric stoves, $. .00 and up. :

Toes. Wed.. Jaw S. I hooves at reasonable rent. I Natural OBJ Virgil D. Lyon. 1r

; Dionne Quintuplets [ 'I Henry Behrena and Be J. W. (pd23) ;
I
1C n in i Morris. (d9tf) ROSE BUSHES::Two-year, field

1 "Five of a Kind"t i FURNISHED apartment, all con- grown, everbloomlrig varieties. I

venlencei. Mrs. Eva Collins: Early planting best. rree cata

1 Tburs. Frl Jan 5, g i Federal highway and Biscayne logue. Lowest prices Tytex

JACK MOLT In t I drive. Rose Nurseries, Tyler. Texaa.

1 ; "Crime Takes a Holi TURKEYS See Ib. eve weight, I
FOR RENT Leach residence lit I II
nwia minch stake rack, deal Donation Dell There are 41 body : dav" I Florida City. Modern electric I Mrs. C. 8. Allen llalnlln Road.

jl of the line. 'Is representative o( and chassis' types, three engines ,i Phone Homestead IS II.
stove electric
: refrigerator. Apply -
the 1939 Ford V S trucks and com Including the nw (K horsepower ,
,.. 'entreJaJ csrs. All types art eqnlp. V-8, two. clutches, live trminmls- i F, SaL, Jan. 7 I LeaderEnterpitoe.FOR HONEY |1.00 gallon Bring

I. Aped with Hydraulic brakes Till alone and eight rear axle ratios. I : EDITH FELLOWS In container It U, Lyon Long
RENT Attl active 4 room
flies comprises widest selection Operators mar obtain V-l trucks I view road.
; !
t Of capacities, reduction ratios and commercial can which are I'I "Little Adventuress"S apt, modern lawn. Mri. Peter

.h .and power the Ford Motor Corntun' virtually custom.built to their owe :, t: M. M. Cartoons Johnson, 307 N. W. 12th Sto21U FANCY GIFT BOXES. si IWII"
feas Over offend the tran .
transportation
requlrtmentn I ( ) fruit, papayas, eggs chickens,

Shanklin Grove
I Ij Fla. City.

,ROCK COMPANY j j I .r.LoU......IT Sa and. "'o.so. 1 Blurb. Plat"B'Book, Coral 14, I: under and by virtue of IN torn ...._.f.I FOR SALE (o21tf)

| pa mF7In the. bounty of Dad. State will offer for Ml,* and Mil at public outarr -
j of I i I Ie the 101...... and bet bidder for each I FOR SALE-Nice white enamel FOR SALE Folding baby car
t. !I. lha nwMaomont of mid property under' the. South front door of the Court Row
ADDS PLANT TO I Huge, canvas. Mrs. W W. Severy
I the Mid eortUkata toilet outfit complete. Worth
bawd wu I the nf L>.6. County, In the City of MiamiFlorida. ,
\ name ur. Unknown. the led day *f Jan I Florida City
on Monday '20; price $10. Holllstcr Saga
v.... mid certificate. shall ... rcnarmnlaeoardlns uary. A. D IMS. torturous the touts of
MAKE CONCRETE U law, the property dmrrlbod'. .*... odm'k .. mu Mid two ockxk p. m. Kings Highway FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -
therein will b* ..Id to tic highest bidderat tho aam* Ming a local aaloa day, and the I
-- the Court boom dour on th. tint heats the local hours ol the follow'FOR SALE 8 rooms furnished: trees and tropics< fruit la
: Monday la the. month of February. IfllS, situate In Dad.I
described
Inn property
: season. Jungle Grove
Installation ot a concrete prod- Radiant
which It the Ith day of February, I9ts. County, Florid, to-will That part at Spanish bungalow, 3 bed-rooma,
ucts plant wag completed last Dated till fin day nf Docombcr. JII' th. VouUMWt quarter of the Southwort .'" modern Improvement; garage; road and Plummer drive.MISCELLANEOUS.

week by the Naranja Rock Coat 8 Clerk H. LEATHrRMAN I Quarter (BWU) of Section SOTo .. i 60 bearing fruit trees;
of Circuit Court, n>hlp 14 South, Range 41 Iteat. d* young
!t'" Its pits near Nannja Concrete Dada County. .'Ioddo" I aerlbed M follow. Hotlnnlnft at the would consider rent or lease to
drain tile and tanks (Circuit court 8-1) i if southeast _n.r of the southeast ouar.tor ,
blocks
t'. septic By N. C. ITBRRBTT. D. C. of the southwest quarter of fold af responsible parties Apply to
.. will be manufactured.The j (Do. H. SO. HIS, Joe s. 1t. IMP) i Ores Mj th.no* North alone auarWMMtk I 1 I owner Joseph A Fegan Allad- Take your LIFE RAY TREAT.
capacity of the block plant i I line 10 ehalna, for the point ol boaln. MENTS for health at SHANK-
IN TUB CIRCUIT COI'BT OP THE .1...: then, Want fin chalet, UIMIOISoul din City Homestead, Fla. (pjlS) LIN
Is 2,000 a day. Storage sheds existing PLIVRNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or'I tea ....,..; thono. Want five chalni I GROVE TOURIST ROOMS,
and planned will provide I FLORIDA. IN AND PUB DADS COUN-I and two.tr links :.: North twenty FOR SALE-1937 English Austin cottages camp. ..Roo;>! furnished '
TV. IN CHANCIRT ,hates, mare or .. North lb.. d ': I'
for 6,000 blocks, Ralph Wilson, I Soothes. quarter of southwest quarter; Bargain for cash. Fred A. cottage FANCY GIFT
manager of the company, said l r KATHERINE: .r.o..lllESCH.: theses, clone mid North line Fast toneh.lno I|I Mowry. (pd30) BOXES. All kinds of fruit
a .10.1. woman. Plaintiff and twenty ., mom or Ma. to WEST
yesterday The new department I FLORIDA CITY. (d301f)
Northeast corner of mid Southeast qiur.1lor
provides employment for 10 additional -I I LENA HAMlrON *t nl Dcf.rd.nU. of Southwest quarter. then, aoiith FOR SALE-Sweet, juicy large
Mr. Wilson said. NOTICE Or HAKTra-S SALK ten ahalna. PHV .r Iwa, la point of no* II tangerines, 2Jo peck. Mrs. Eva HOME laundry Mrs Jernlgan,
men, Nolle .la hereby ilvon that under. and llnnlni I
Brooker Lumber Co. will be ,, by authority of the Final, Docroa of FMWclwir The said property ai aforesaid, tooMhor 820 S. Krome Ave. j I
Nnderod by the Honorable Worth with all the tenonumta, 1..11........* nndtpaurtonanoal LEGAL NOTICESTO
Homestead dealer foe the concrete W. Tr.mm.ll, .... of Ih' Judges of the thereunto boloaiUt, or In
product of Naranja) Rock Co., although Clrc.it Court of the Klmnlk Judicial any wlno appertaining, being. avid to aafe* WANTEDWANTED !
Circuit of .10...... In and for Dad. County. It" Mid decree. TRW STOCKHOLDERS Of THE I
the manufacturing company I In that curtain oauaa la laid < Dated this Irt dot of December, A. D. OMIHTKAO BLILUINU AND WAN ,
itself will do both a whole- Inn In which Katherln* K. : 1t.1 I.... ABHOUATIONt Waitress, Redlanit :
Pieces take notfoo that tho aanual suet.Ina
sale aid a 'retail business defondante.Plaintiff and I Lane Hamllu. H nT _I H Mattor R. RYLF.S.Special In Ct.no.ry.D i of the atorkholdon of the H,- aa Spocla) Muter In Chan.
'1 Loan Association will bhW
rage. I I appointed by UM Curt .. mid dxroa, ( S, t. II. M. l0)I at the .".... of the. aomlatlon. .la the City ORANGES WANTED
'\' LEGAL NOTICES ,I I( of Homestead, Dodo County, rkirlda oni
i Tuesday the 10U day of January, IM>. 70c per field box picked free run.
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at a .flock p. ni for the purpoa. of "kKttoic Box Y-125 LeaderEnterprise.pdSO .
NOTICE Of SAIB OF TAX CBaTiri- .
directors, and for the translation of
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App11e1Yn.Nov I I each otter business no mgr properly oomo ( )
tr IJMNot Mean the .....,n..
l lea, a) hereby don that H. M Better Good Used Cars by ar.1.r of the liked of Dinrt m.CHAS. .
I'- WANTED Redland District real
bad load with m. wrltwn request slut the O. ""RNEII: and Trice, :
tu aarttfkatc los thrr with all autxwnant -
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December. J. estate listings P. O. Box 4IT
on>Htp4 of ....... taxes Includlnstha
,... IMS held by the Slat .. ad- I I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE Epmort drive, Just west of
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nrtbod and auld to the highest Md.. (orouh
| I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Krome. Eleanor Frosrher
-pravldod by Chapter lIMn d.that., rOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.Law .
thoollowln > i I (dSOU)
ItM Act. uf the Lwnilaturo upon
Number IIIIII
cbocrlbod not sate In the ,
wcwlttUta I and Trucks I PIED N. LJBUT, rialntlfl ,
County of Dade. State of Florida TUTORING WANTED ,high
II to 10. Block I, Smlnola City I ItI.
"Certificate Mean to b* mid ant Mldrnwohy [JOHN SCOTT.OP Defendant.NOTI's sHuairri SALE school and grade school subjects.

ta.oa for No. the I22II roar of 111 lull and to 1920 rop.toonta i iI I I Notice to hereby rues that I. D. C. Cot.. Mrs. [I. J. Armstrong, A. B

Mh inclmlre..r.untint to ISO.1*. .1 nan sheriff of Dado County Plummer drive and Country
Rare ta< cartlfloatea, together with I I ..... and ar virtue of an dim Flortd.l. \
Icvlod I.x. will condition issued nut of tho Circuit Court Club rOld.WANTED .
luaanuanl omltMl or 1937 Plymouth Pickup ; good ; plentyof
ho cold the bidder at Eleventh JiKllclnl tln-ult In and .
to hlalnat
Haw In Mums on the .nth day"otc Jan- I mileage left. I County rturlda. on July .. ".'. upon a, Listing or houses
..... 11111. hoaTnnln:' .' at the hour of 10 nirtaln lodgment ro.o orod In that oortaln I
aaloek A. M., or a. seen thereafter aa Muse reading. In Mid cart whnwln Fred. and apartment for rent. IlnryBehrena

the Dated game at may Miami.be reached florid In, due this aoure the $001 i I 1937 Plymouth 4 door Sedan ; small mileage; perfect Libby was, whlrh plaintiff Judimoat..4 John wu In Smtt the ram WH1drfmdant I It Ben). W Morris. N.

nay of December, I SIMB. condition. of ISKK10J principal. HM.M Interest Krome ave. north\ of 10-cent
B. I.KATHERMAN.Clerk : I .>d IT 01 _.. aanylns Internal until store; phone tl alS-tf)
v" of Circuit Court paM and which Judgment wu thomrtortnnoforrrd
,. Dad. County, Florida.Clnutt and assigned to LaolaM In.vmttm .
( Court leal I I 1936 Chevrolet Vi Ton Pickup ; new paint; good .At Company, a Florida corporation. ,!
By WO. FENNO D. C have .levied upon and will offer for asks ,
_Published Dor SO ; Jan 0. sal I tires ; motor and running gear A-l. and Boll to the highest and best bidder. Buy a Home
| toy Yeah at the south front door of tho ,
NOTicaj: or APPLICATION roR TAX court hours of Dado. County, )llorl.... on Buy Grove Land
DEED I 1935 Ford Coupe; good tires ; motor fine ; nice Monday January S. Kit, ...._. the ,
nit total hours of o'clorlc a. m and turn Buy Glade Land
Notira la hereby steel that Stewart anjMeanor job. oclock p m: lot somber three (1) In1Hlorh
Jenaen .holder na ajaltne of I ono 111 In the Town.lU of II la my firm belief thai blahs
Scroll.
City of Vlaleah Tax Certificate Numbered I hi anld county, acoardln w> the :
M. dated the 4th day uf July. A. D 1M2. : 1935 Chevrolet Town Sedan ; good tires ; motor tho surrey of MM .......Ite on file In the er prices are ImminuC.Don" ,
.hoe filed Mid Certificate/ In my office. and general lead office of Hw United. Stet,.
baa nod application for tan .deed U .hauethoraoa I perfect; seat covers- at "..hl_. D 0 BaM property will quibble about price.
hi accordance with law 5.441,. i ho KM to -ll.fr mid Judgment. and ..oiairtlon Dent wait
Cerllrlente. ....10_ the followla. deaerlboH afonoald.I ,
property limited In Pad. County' I 1935 Chevrolet Standard Coach; good condition ; I > "' thin Momnbar M INID Buy new.You'll .
riorlda. to.will; C COLKMAH. I
'. Lot |(, Block M. Nickel Orlalnal I good tires. i Sheriff of Dada County. FlorUa.By thank me for thai s*|-
Town.its. In the City ",f HlalMth. County A. O. HAKKNKRR. Deputy Bhorlff' i I. gestlon a few months hence: .
of Dnd stab of Florida EUFKAEN: rrKRELU '

The Certldcnt- nunt* loaned*f wu sold la property the nama underjha ft 1931 Oldsmobile Sedan; good cheap transportation. Assessors for Company Ch._ I IIniniUniiit II. A. Cameron

,"_ AdmrtL ... 'I" I.
dI t/ a. e. I' sad It. 11911.
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Unless. said Carttflnt" akaH k* redeem.ed I
neemdlnc to law. tax deed will usual,,
5n on the IM day. of I....".. A. -
IHt, D'j| 1932 Plymouth Sedan ; good cheap transportation
Dead] this lath day of 0-...... A. .
].1. ; clean.
X. II. LEATRERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.K ..D.j EDWARD STILINGReal
Dad. County. 'Ior..
( s Court Omit
Ry M 0. aTMRrrr.: D. 0.De. .
( .. S*. Jan, a. IS. M. 171Ckapeea 1

+ NOTICE' or TAX APPLICATION DEED roll I Bird Chevrolet Co. Estate General Insurance

ITtIT-Act* lilt-Til. A4WS /If
"oiler J* hereby -:1 that Bmlyn |
rnaa bolder of i NOTARY PUBLIC
Corufteal No. .r..w..r.T of I HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA ,
July. A. D. ISM ana filed' sew la my

orf/tx.eland.. and t* k haa* lamed mad that appUealioa*". Said. for C..l I 108 N. Krome Ave. Phone 98 Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, tla.i .

tWenlo Mihrneoa tfco followl**, '

Plarsda eV.e..ty, e.wittS In the County nf Dnd*. Stake off, I ..w.w.+w.- -'carFr
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Twelve THE LEADER*ENTERPRISE Friday, le em'ber 80, 19.18A 1
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A GUS OLDENDORF when he wrong I;t* the plumbing
buiiiwM In Homestead under the
name of Q. R. Oldendorf le :4.,
oWe
: LOCAL PLUMBER I using the initial letter ot the abbreviated arii'' p.t; I
name GUI. The bUJl.I<
I MM will be continued for n short '
TAKEN BY DEATH time by Mrs. OlcUndorf. 'I 1
For many yean he wa sexton)
I I o2 Palm Cemetery. '
I Funeral services for A\1IIIIItu'j
'f]
R. Old ndorf, VI, Homestead The next state welfare board
plumbing contractor, who died .I merit system minatloiu will beheld wish to take this opportunity to thank our customers for their Patronage .
Ut rrtday night followln a on Feb. 11. Thaw ltrlng during 193$ and to wish them a more joyous and prosperous New \
10 take the examination for |
short illness, wr .held Sunday rector unit supervisor or dl-I, Year ;
I afternoon from the residence on must file applications not
& W. Second avenu. BurIal than midnight, January 2. later)
took place .to Film Cemetery at Bulk
Ifaranja.' Th Rev, C. G. Nelson More than 35,000 persona are I I Any
putor of IM Florid City and now receiving old age uslstaiue!' Brown
Rcdlind Community Church,of. or aid to the bUnd la Florida.) D Bralular
ficiated.H Nearly $8,000,000 '!
I annually Is being -
Ht to turvied br bill wife. Miry disbursed by the State weflare''
J.; two daughter, Mn. Harvey; board to recipients .( the two %
::ret Grader of Ctevcland O.,I forms of public atiliUnce. ]
Mn. Robert a Chirvat of II .3
I 4 lbs 1 % lane
Parma. O, and a IOn TheodoreA.
Oldradort of Homeitrad. Mrs. For results use Leader.
it Griden ind Mn. Charvat arrived Enterprise Classified Ads, 25c
Sunday morning to attend the laoc
funeral and will stay until Jan. 9.
y Pallbearers, wen H. H Jwlng: I
{ Win. Ilenn S. F. Matthew, R. L.
Glenn.Godwin. Ivan Montr and Robert Tropical CafeI I Pillsbury Flour 20.1& bag 79t 0

Mr. Oldendort wu born In, I doors north aI city ban I
Davenport Iowa, and moved to HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Cleveland at the age of 14. He
tint cam to thlt section In 1911 Regular dinner ...... 50c No. 1 Cans Libby's Corned Beef, can ---__. 17c ;
to prove I homestead on land Plate lunch .. .,. '
four miles north of Royal Palm S5cMlM I 2 for 25c .
1 State Park, but returned to Cleveland -
tn 1(15 and returned here in Bath Steffani and Mn. I Libby's Red Salmon, lIb. can. .. 23c
1821. lr/ let out a grove on his Florence Koreado Prop j i No. 2 Cans '
homestead and farmed until 1927 ii i '

J 23c MEAL or GRITS, 5 Ibs ......15c
I


Pontiac Buick.. PEACHES) No.21/2 cans 25c


fl Dealer's Used Tomato

LUX SOAP KETCHUP LIFEBUOY'


Cars, : } 3 for .19c 14 oz. bottle.lOc __ 3 f dr 19c

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1936 Ford 2-door touring sedan; new paint; .

very clean; a real buy at..........................$345 CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE, E .- 24c :



1936 clean Pontiac two door..Sedan.... .. .;..new paint; i RICE, Fancy Grain, 5 Ibs. ...... 19cj Factory Packed
throughout .. ...._.....-........$355; SUGAR -

Two 1937 Plymouth 4-door touring sedans; TOMATOES, 3 Ig. cans.... .-. 19c 5 Ibs. .. ..n. 26c

good paint; very clean; good tires; Dillon'sPeanut

radio ............................................................$545 BALLOON SELF-RISING FLOUR
I
5 lb. bag 10 lb. bag 20 lb. bag Butter

1937 Chevrolet 4-door touring sedan; new 19c 31c 59c 2 lb. jar ...n__ 25c
paint; seat covers; good tires; radio-$543

i Southern 'Items.

1937 Buick business coupe; very clean; low Salad LadyeMeat ..

mileage; radio ..................-._..__...........4645
Qts. .. .. ....... 25c PORK CHOPS, End Cuts lb..23c .

1936 Pontiac 2-door touring sedan; a real

clean car ........._......................._.................$150 ./UGH '--- SLICED B. BACON, Ib. ..... 3lc One

1937 Pontiac 4-door sedan; radio; exceptional l /n"" tE 17i: PURE LARD, Swift's, 2 Ibs.. 25c

car; priced $75 under market at.$585 i Q p'"q f.au '- WHOLE OK
? rOtU lAMS SHANK HALF- IB. 22c

1935 International pickup truck; exceptional: York

tires; A-l condition .............?.........._.......$325 COOKINGAPPLES CHUCK ROAST Western, Ib. 25c


1933 Plymouth Coupe; new. paint; a dean 41b.

job .....?....................................__._.......,..$185 51bs. _-____. _-.: 19c] pkg. 45c

1933 Ford 6-wheel sedan; new motor: good

tires ...............................................................$165 Pork &ft9K WHOLB OK= :17c'
[I ZI4 s>''iwxz HALir =.B. .

1935 Buick 4-door touring sedan; excellent 'rOM AT 0 soUP II. -
GA. SMOKED BACON ... 23c
condition; a bargain at .......................m.J.tS: HE Wf.,TUT III tmnilftt 1If. ,
I

I 3 cans ..._.;.. .. .:2Sc FRYERS, Local, lb. _______.35c I
PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. i


Opposite Tag Agency Para Dog Food 3 cans ZScPage
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Homestead ,Fla.i j

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