The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00252
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00252
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Abandoned Roadbed'' F. E. C. i

To Provide Short Cut to Keys


I Merger Again Urged:.r' HIGHWAY IN PROSPECT i iiNEW

By County Superintendent:'! '


Why Not the Army Air Base i CREEK IS SOUGHT BY

The local chamber of commerce and municipal I
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GAINFUL INADVANTAGES authorities should not overlook the opportunity to Bank To Observe S. Engineer Calls.Pub- ;

convince army experts now in Miami that the Home Two Thanksgivings; II lie Hearing On Board's t II

: stead-Florida City section has the ideal location for I And Different_ Hours Application I;

that million-dollar air base that is contemplated for !
: Falling la line with the other I
the area from Lauderdale south. banks et the greater Miami area, TRAVEL SIX MILES
The late Way or B. K Edwards of Florida City the Fine- National Bank ef.
Wilson Holds UnificationAs and Former Preston B. Bird Homestead will observe tae
'" : Mayor of Homestead I Additional Route Planned '
Thanksgivings this The
;." Progressive Step, worked up plans for the presentation of a tract {mulatto* will remain 1nr.closed en For Use Of Through

In Education southwest of Florida City to the army when the con November 13 and en N.v.... Traffic "

troversy raged about the desirability of Chapman befit, :'
Effective Nor. 15, the bank's
Field as a permanent location for an extensive air Conversion of the abandoned
NEW GYMNASIUM evening how will be :]' clock ,
bass. These plans should rjes&rreoted J and'pregentedattmceto instead ., -o'clock. .awllt,will Floj4p set Coot Railwaysvad- p
I|bed from Florid City to Key Large
"Statistics; On 'JIome8t d theHftny&fficera and close a* noon e. Saturdays, U
congressmenwho Into a highway la in prospect III a
Redland Units Given have come and are coming to Miami to investigate was local announced bank opens At at present I a. m.,awl the I result of the contemplated eonitructlon .

.: i K Iif Club': Talk possible sites for the air base. cloves at I p. ... daily, Including of, a bridge across Jew.
I fish Creek west of Key Largo In
... In addition to benefiting from the initial con. Saturday The new hours aN
I Monroe county by the state font
.' Consolidation ;;the Homestead struction payroll of the million-dollar project the abe fa line with hews adoptedby I department ,
and the Redland schools would the Greater Miami Clearing
I be a great progressive step area surrounding such an air base would reap} profit Association.BARNSPUTSEND. I 1 This came to light this week

toward attaining better educational from the permanent payroll of the service and main- I iDiitrict when Col engineer Lewis announced It Watklns a U pub-3.

facilities and Increasing the tenance that would start after the
opportunities men station is 'lie hearing of the application of Om
of the youth of theo established. I state road department to the wee
area James T. Wilson, Dade 'I department
County superintendent of public The hearing will be conducted !
Instruction, told of the
BIDS ON POWER offkW ..._np.n.f Uw Stfctnplrill by Colonel! Watkins in the Home.
Rotary Club at a meeting of the ,"ri_ eau.. HMniliid.N _.. !I stead city hall at 10 o'clock Tuw
club Wednesday noon. '0"--,M .TIIIr-a; fT ..... INCULVERTCASE jday, morning

The educator who was princi- ENGINE. ANNEX .. i .._ ,179 |j' ei+12UIIIUNIY I I Construction of the road from
pal of the Homestead schools from >here to Key Largo 31 mlla
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1927 to 1129. addressed the meetIng OLKDBYGOUNOL Reverting big decision in two I will shorten travel to Key West bylis
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on invitation of BIlker M.Hind- previous actions Circuit Judge miles. it wa Mid The railroad
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man, principal of the local schools, 7 ____ Paul D. Barns yesterday ruled in bed now state property, could be
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Redland and Carl farm Wagner.LUe, principal SchooL of the The Da La Vergne Engine Company NIY. I ,..__ I It gl It,U favor of Independent farmers and 'flattened out to make an average -
of Philadelphia will supplythe Net E_,.... | I II st.U | county commissioners seeking to sized highway
'Mr. Wilson also cited the need new generating engine for the ; force South Dade Farms, Inc. to The F. E. C roadbed enters Key
of a new gymnasium for the municipal power plant; at an open an alleged barrier to drain Largo at a point about ten miles 1
Homestead schools which was mated cost of $48,468, V, L : MERGERS BOOST age In one of I Its ditches at Campbell north of the "big curve" when
Urged by Homestead patrons last rig of Homestead will elU.1 street and Tallahassee road. the present road enters the island.
spring: He said money for such 'the annex to house It at a The controversy: over the dam The existing road will be maintained
PII'JMIbaa been taken from the ; '0.813.20 and the Sheffield I AREAS OF TWO had been carried on over a periodof in addition to the new one,
operating fund.of the board but rlc Company of Homestead two years and resulted in two I but through traffic will be routed I
now the fund Is nearing depletion furnish the switchboard sod other : PRECINCTS HEREChanges dynamiting of the barrier Each over the r E. C route.
Creation of V building fund by 'electrical) equipment. at a coat of blast occurred after /ude Barns Plans for the Jewfish Creek pan
N adding two mills each :year to the ,!". banded down decisions against submitted to CoL Watkins can (or
regular district lax levy would incurs This was the decision of a coun- made In the Redland :plaintiffs who sought legal actionto a double leaf bascule drawbridge
a new gymnasium for HomeStead el1appoIDtedcommittee, which District In the) recent county-wide force opening of the dam. providing a minimum bite
he Ia1d."CoIUOUdation'. announced the successful bidden reorganization of voting precincts Judge Bams action yesterday I Izontal clearance of 80 feet between !
-t learning in at a meeting of the city council ty the county Commissioners were I dissolved an injunction against the Faces of fenders to right angles to +
south Dade area hat long been debated Monday night the merging of Precincts TO and I commissioners who sought legal I the axis of the channel and a vertical
x, and discussed" Mr. Wilson On suggestion of Ira C. Haycock 71 (Redland and Princeton r Into :permission to open the barrier. I clearance of nine feet above
said. "I think such a move would city attorney, the council de- the' 112th precinct and Precincts Representatives of Independent :the plane of mean low water The r
further education and Increase the ferred awarding contracts until arrival 88 and n (Silver Palm and Goulds) 1 farmers, working as ce-plaintlffs existing solid embankment approaches j
efficiency of the school system. A of Instructions from the Reconstruction into.the lllth, and the extendingof In the case were C. H Williams will be utilized as approaches -
pedal election would be neces- Finance Corporation, the. boundary Lines of the old I and J. M. Brown. for the proposed bridge. f
(Continued on Page Two) > (Continued on Page Three) Humestead precinct (73) half a James Sottile, Sr, president of 'I The roadway of the bridge will
mile north. (Continued on Page 'two)1 I (Continued on Pega Three
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R) Presbyterians To Dedicate,Church, 1 areas Dividing, principally precincts in "Miami of other the .Average, Wage Earner Pays $240 Each

commissioners Increased the DUmber I
I Install Pastor At Special Services of precincts. in the county Year In Hidden Taxes, Club Is Told I
from T3 to 1 M Homestead now
i A special program Is being prepared I ago. The first pastor was the Rev Precinct 111 and Florida City Is Tan
for the formal dedication of I Fred Volbeda and the ceremonies Precinct 114. It the average wage earner with ers Commission, told thai University .
j the Homestead Presbyterian I with which he was installed will The north boundary line of the I a family but no property; rrnllud Club members la a talk on
be followed in installing Mr. Ricks. new 112th, Silver Palm drive extends 1 that he pays $240 a year'in hidden hidden taxes at a meeting held at }
Church and the ordination and installation the home of lira. Lawrence Becker -
Prelb3'WrIan'mlJll.tel'l at Miami eastward to point a short I laves he would vote for government -
of I IU pastor the Rev have been especially Invited to distance north of Sands Key and economy the next time be In Florida City Wednesday
George H. Ricks, to be held at the attend. til*, southern boundary Biscayne I goes to the polls, and his representatives evening
Church:: Monday night, Nov :20. Mr Ricks,who became pastor of drive, runs through the northern 1 In Washington and Talla- Mrs Norman was one of the
The ceremonies will be held on the church several months ago, end of Elliott Key The neWIlSUi !fiasse would vote for governmenttconomy original committee members that ,
the> fifth anniversary of the erection was received Into St John's Pret* which embrace the Homesteadarea I In very short order, Mrs set up the National Consumers Tax I
of the church building. The bytery at a meeting of the group at was widened taw t half amils. .John E. Norman of Coral Gables Commission In Chicago in July of p
church was founded bore IS yean Arcadia, two weeks ago. I treasurer of the National Consum (Continued on Page Three4t" )


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rue Two THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday; November 10. 19

continue: to be the source ot dangers BODY Florida and Georgia Tech, Saturday ENDS INJUNCTIO ,I
WORKERS READYFORWSIGNALIN and accidental death. W* FIFIELD ON I afternoon in Florida Field n

must realize that the ability .f the Stadium.

Red Cross 10 serve I* directly governed PLANNING U. OF F.I (Continued from hit On)"

j by the membership support Baptist Pastor Speaks !the eorpooratlou, had DO eoonnet

,at the public and At Odd Fellow MeetAn to make In reference to
RED CROSS DRIVE WHEREAS: This year's appealof
Barn decision other than
the Red Cross tor your support I Inspirational; talk was given tohe s
will be made November 11 to 30. I would abide by the ruling,I
Miss Pearl Whltaker of Homestead '''Dade County never baa failed to' Gatnes\'ille. Nov 9.-WillardIt I I by Dr. J E. Johnstone, pastor the court. ,

/ chairman ot the American respond to the Red Cross for assistance rtfteld horticulturist In chargeof I of the First Baptist church: of The farmer lo the controveViy
( ; and for this reason wer Homestead, at an meeting of
the Experiment open
Bed t Cross roD call In the Redlaadbistrlct. Subtropical i are owners of land north of the
\ :r,feel cenfhhmt that we shall be I Station has been named a memberof I Homestead Chapter No. 29, L O.
has selected her assistants I dam In question. They :
proud to enroll our share of a mUu contended
the state-wide committee -
t has announced for the ,, I general O F. In the lodge hall Tuesday
an< "ready" more membete. I Which is making preparation that closing UM barrier resulted
r tart ot the drive tomorrow: Thegoal i I THEREFORE: A* mayor of the for the lath amwal homecoming ,night The meeting was precededby the flooding of their land, 'and
of the campaign In the Bed- city of Homestead, I do hereby 'I, celebration of alumni of the University a regular lodge section and was consequently ruining their crop*;
land District Is 800 member, and ', deiga te this period as) the time]1 1I. of Florida to be held Nov. ;followed by a social period In the The farm corporation contended
r Miss Whltaker announced she L+.I all dttiens of this municipalitywill 24 and 23 banquet hall.Special that there U but 50 acres: oi laud .
confident she and her crew will ,: have an opportunity to help planted north of the dam while
I. John McCarty, Fort Pierce, b the meetIng
guests open
easily pas this mark. I Ila I the Red Cross to help others. of then are 400 acre planted by k
the chairman in charge
general were Bert Sniffen deputygrand
a communication to MiniWhltaker Signed! : anti of South Dade Farm In the 1
I' the event which is sponsored by of District No. 22
Walter' a Wilson, chairman T. J. HARRIS. Mayor. I master ; area aouth of the dam which
Florida Blue Key service and leaderMp I J. H. ONeil, vice grand of Little
of the Dade Red ,!
County Crow City of Homestead would be flooded by the flow oil
frvternlt River Lodge, No. 32, and the Rev.J. .
declared the Rd Cross will embark
[ water released If the dam weft]
J on its greatest membership cam. The program begin with ( Richards, pastor ot the Home- opened.Six jt
I paign since the World War j 1 SCHOOL MERGER football lame between the Florida stead Methodist Church. Frank
I The success ot the roll call this freshmen and the Stetson freshmen Billelo played several selection hours were required to hear]
the afternoon of Nov. 24, on the accordion. the testimony yesterday before]
will the
year guage amount as-I Ij I Barns.. Park
Judge H. Campbelland
data the Arsenic Red followed: by the annual Florida
nce aIsa ": trAntintssd from Pa a a One) I
j ;give"ih.j; end Injured of;anile ';4"1rth; and south Blue Key Banquet, the huge Gator Beckham To Speak W. C. Price were and attorneys!
the commissioner farmers]
war and the comfort that be Crow pep meeting annually
can boundaries intersect Elliott Key.
At Ministers' MeetingJudge while Herbert Sawyer and W. QJMehrten
I In the stadium thl night before the
brought to refugee and other noncombatants -i i aary to effect the consolidation: and football : represented South Dade
fleeing -thedanger this would be considered game
Ille.County t
Walter H. Beckham, Farms,
zone," Mr Wilson Mid. "At the Saturday's progrant calls for
after presentation of petition to
Judge of the Dade County Juve- Engineer Edmund Friedman -]
same time the Red Crow must be the board signed by 35 per cent of 'alumni reunion and visitations,
.. nile Court Will speak to the Red- and an assistant, J. B. Tori,
prepared to continue Jt, battle'the freeholder of the an.. and the annual business meetingo
land District Ministerial Association teaUfylne for the county: .Mid the
a.lut' human suffering In this Expenses 6f schools the ninth the University Florida '
Tuesday In St. John' Episcopal :plugged culvert wa endangering
I iii Association in the Alum-I
country" district, which comprise schools i'
church.: county-constructed: ; road A.
t Mayer Ton Harris has lasted of Homestead and Florida City, he feature attraction the H.J
His subject will be: "The Woik Livingston, Homestead civil '
, the following proclamation: I totaled *8'U9 during IMS and coming football game between enjglneer
, I of the Court and the Vfty the testified for the corpora.
I WHEREAS: The American Red 1)39 period, while those of the 1 I I Church Can Help* lion. I
Cross la confronted with tremendously seventh district which comprise ot the
said. The total enrollment The meeting will begin si 10:30i. Many map and photograph
Increased rtsponsibllitlea, the Redland school and the colored
ninth district 1* IOU, while that m. and a covered dish luncheonwill : were used by both side a* aid to
with war 19 Europe and I II redoubling school at Gould totaled $79SM ,- I .
1 of the seventh 1* 919, be said. > be served. ..rcumenta."OevroetsRRSTAgtrin tj
It* appeal to the American for the tame period. Mr. Wilson -
people to support it* battle, caid. The cost of educating. .

,y against human suffering anll'I $M.07 In the eeventh.district. and !! )
WHEREAS: During the past( The Rotarians voted to hold'
yean we have been drawn closer: I their annual Christmas party and
to the Red Crocs through Its tar,fifteenth anniversary celebration
'I flung disaster--relief its aid to.ctII on the evening of December 20. 1

--. b tant4,.p(.rwar and its 1821). Ue ninth district he eaid.f| Lowest-Priced CaeHeres
I dally service to the rdtteenry of The assessed valuation of the Among the
L Dade County designed to stamp two district M 1311 wag $371, 22 1
out misery and accidental! death I In the ninth district and $085,328 IfJLI8I

and? WHEREAS:We Malice the great ago in the!.assessment seventh district fgiure Five years were! THE LONGEST OF THE IOT I ;I

j demands the European situation tl,004,303 for the ninth and '992-:
plans upon It, Jit addition to it* 000 for the seventh.
I own recent growth, and can lira- Enrollment in the seventh district II }
: demand the need for a great has Increased IX pupil, and inches
membership! incrta. Disaster I In the ninth district, t2 pupil dur' Iing
and danger of a mechanical age' the last five ,ean. Mr Wilson \


> 1 1l l SEARS SUPER VALUE JAYS a "rut > 4h

Trade In Your Old Radio On

'.' This Regular $64.95

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'.: TAw Worn M Iron as..,.Vale NOWHERE nsf-FU TUIES UK THESE! Ii

95 From front of grille to rear of body-for Ntw "torn airm" rmiNa: IIOOIMINUDi "
length where length counts Chevrolet for BODIES It FIJMM. New IXaUttVI VACUUM-

: v 1940 Is the of oD lowest-priced cool I, row Mm "THI no B.OYAICIWnMi
."l, longest fMtoilwl. KiiM-AiMM IWUs $"%a* 0
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Old. Radio In addition to befog the streamlined fienD MVMAUUC BRAKES AUVMINTYNCaOMlSH
Balance ".nthl) -..- beauty'" "Automobile Row"-la < TRANSMISSION LARGER
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f new Chevrolet: foe We b also the longest ot a MW cjirnAixuA .*.nST SAHTT run I
n. Tuning Bands aU leneet-priced can-bar none I MAli a NIW IATIO HOOQ

Including ShortWave It's a whopping 111 lathes long from the front of cbevve S Sat mare Was i'
Its fashionable grille te the rear of its beautifully 17. hspeso Panama l.rwe&
curved body which means It baa length where' .O0 avau Cho Lose 00111 Um60r Do .......
a length counts .. which aaeaaa It'* the longest auto .
II Tb<*-At the mobile III the lowest price Sold. '/ 1 1 ,

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Gets ferelgN sUUens easily std aeevralelyt Clear, rich toae .for

which SilvtrUoe radios axe faa .asl.As ssauLe bead Indicator, and
All Chevrolets Are Shipped to Florida-
naay ether new feathsne to make gamut easier and to kelp yea enjoy i

radtot. beet eaterlalnmeBt! TraM !. your old r4lo during this I Not Driven-So grhcy Come to You Genuinely -NEW!"

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" s ,Friday; November 10.1939__ __ -==- = ---- "" TIlE .ENTF 1p s'p -Three

FAMOUS "Voters League" Formed I weU-to-do will pay the bill should The group will probably meet, she the ".0" signal from tile council.
PLANT To "Better Politics": read our recent report which men I said, on the third Wednesday evening It was estlmtaed the work would
Taxes of hidden variety specializeIn of etch month. A membership 'be un&r way within the next ten
AUTHORITY PAYSVISITTOSTATION coiuumn' goods-the kind of list was started. 'J days.

Members of the "Red" land District goods that people cannot "'old. I Mrs. Oo D. Ruehle treasurer, Under the R. F C ruling, tha
Voters League organized So the families which haw to I reported that 110170 has been city baa until December 18 to
recently with the declared purposeof upend practically all of their Income -' cleared from the club's bridge award contracts, Mr. Haycock
"bettering politics In the Bed- for living ixpenan are the; tournament and that more from .
land District," discussed proposed hardest hit from the percentage i I IItAndpoint. ticket salts be turned In said.A
may petition bearing a long Hat
Dr L H. Bailey, professor emer- by-laws at a meeting at the J. D. .' I
itus of horticulture at Cornell University name, requesting the city to set
Barnes packing house lab; night. J
"More than three cents of a 37-
aside a tract of land for use of
and author of
I Baileys En- Claude Campbell, president of cent butter purchase, 11 cents of ENGINE BIDS Homesteads 32 Girl Scouts was
cyclopedia of horticulture, was a the league, said the organization as 40-cent meat purchase and
visitor at the every I read before the council The list
Subtropical Experi-
I yet has not mapped out a definite 8.115 for hidden
$1.85 of a $ hat go ws headed by Mn Frank Skill
ment Station here last
t Friday program of operation. taxes. (Continued from Page One)
captain of the acouts. Henry
Dr Bailey hale and hearty and Mrs Alvin Simmons secretary- "On .automobile, 209 hidden I which two weeks ago approvedthe Brooker Jr., president of the f
alert he 80
though la
\ ;years treasurer of the league Directorsare taxes-72 state and local, 134 Itd- city's application for a loan of council, appointed Councilmen
l old la the, had Bahamas just returned where from he made a stay Benjamin W. Morris, H. H era I-add nearly 10 per cent to the i i$75000 to finance buying and Installing Rue Kirby, and Benj. W Morris
a Brown, J. D. Barnes, Robert Glenn retail price" \ the engine and buildingthe to confer with scout officials and
study of the palms of the West
Indies Jr., O. H. Ritch and Thomas E. Mrs Norman told also of the I]1 annex. report back at the next meeting
, preparatory to writing
a revision
The successful bidders
Klrby. origin of tax reforms were announced
of classifications Mayor Harris suggested to the
of palmsof which collects no new taxes suchas by William Sydow, consulting -'
IC the world. council that the city draw an
He half up
spent a day
Income tax, chain store tax, engineer, who worked with
at the local experiment station and HIDDEN I TAXES I' ordinance which would providefor
gross receipts tax, or sales tax. the committee In examining bids
7r in company with S. J. Lynch; as- of IS Individuals. the licensing of commercial
She related also how with- much I companies and
litant horticulturist of the station, dltflc\llt1lhe had found that 79- Others on the committee were airplanes using the local llr field.
visited the tropical gardens of Col (Continued from Page One) Mr, Haycock was instructed to
J 000 stat* automobile licenses have I Councilmen Frank B. Rue, W. R. i I II
I H. W. Johnston, and Royal Palm last year, and she personal secured just been Issued In Dade County-I I Bird, and Thomas X. Kirby Mayor' look Into the matter.Tropical.
r State park, the natural' habitat of representation In It from which at i minimum would bring Tom Harris, Gordon Ivey, ,
. royal.palms. three-fourths the states In the pTaoo-.nd had been told thatthis 1 I tendent of the power plant uperln.j
Dr. Bailey came here from union. entire amount would be sent :J. Parman, architect
f Gainesville and was accompaniedby "All,pf V* understand that municipal to Tallahassee; and not used for i Low bidder for Cafe
Dr. Erdman West mycologist county,state *nd.national. read:petrol iavDede County; be- engine- was the National Supply
'director' of"tfi herbarium of
governments must have money to eaitte out"'roads already 'ai*. pn- Company of Chicago, which made I.
bf Berth at ball
the and I lean elty
University Florida operator and that taxes are'necessary trolled. an estimate of |42, U. Mr. Sy
a Ralph plckey, horticulturist at b1.1 to supply this'mone,.," Mrs' '-MM.,Norm**Was Introduced by dow said the committee decided HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
state experiment station at Norman skid Mist Bertna N1U, H.uaqjan..pro- this compall)'* engine would not be

ville.Willard "We are not osaktng.tha.aeclouimistake gyeiii. chalmMiiil sufficient to develop the WO Regular: dinner 50c
Hf. rifleld horticulturist
- -" of denouncing\ ,aU taxes, Mrs B. M. Hindman president horsepower needed to meet localdemand Plate lunch 33c
kt charge of the. Subtropical ............
.. but are endeavoring to 'tind' the announced that Mrs 1.- J. ,Bow, and la !not! of modem design -
station 1iem1ed.D&'Balle.a. world ..means of understandta alt taxes. sly.libtirian.has omnated to n.. ? .
TRa Freed
Is .theluthor'
) octogenarian" overlapping cota.>hat the rhdney rev__'books'.and study lives fit trounced that they would start
addition of to'Tils a book'other; "Hortju activities, and, "Ii'I, Is spent for-dthese things need to great leaders pf the, present day. work Immediately, sftei-thty get ::1
be understood by the one who pays r.
director. Herbarium : ,. ., i
Bailey '
Jha. the taxes.' ; v:
at Cornell University! "Rapidly taxes tare becoming the

weariness restlessness,of of bur our,nights days and No matter the. 1 ?

NEW how, how meagre great a one's major.income portion, or of Want .to Feel like 'a 4AWO 1,

(.CoI\t1nue.i from Page one) the fruit of our Tabor goes to the .

have'a clear width bf 24 feet, with tax collector .A survey made in j
k two-loot walkway cltkerside\ I.3T fevealed. that BierordUary WHAT we mean I Is. k.w'Jft* lib gentle lap of Foamtex-cushJoaed lux. j

I Persons having navigation Interests person even then was paying In iiI fan said t. think Uf ury-shift gears with a finger-flick,
and officials taxes: the equivalent of 58 work
county city
shot'fnwt/, cruising along in his big in DuiCoil Springing1
,and' local representatives as I days. This year taxes ere higher, take bumps

sociationswhose, ipteyesta! jnay beaffected" the national debt larger, and federal brawny Buick envy of every. 'olln"Cull float" comfort, even signal your
n I and state go'v erfiments'alikeare -
, /construction of the
stet in town? touch lever.
turns by a on I
l'f 1 increase
new bridge are particularly Invitedto planning ways to .

the hearing Col Watkins said I their"The incomes Commentator givei these Fact is, I big brawny Buick this; all this _
Those attending will be And what do you pay for
opportunity to express 'Iven.n. figures in its March Issue: A girl year'I btatj of a Buick is within budget-bursting prices

upon the suitability of receiving 118 i week pays flit a your reach right now.
location and the ;year In hidden taxes--six weeks

plans in reference to navigation of her work. She pays for government A husky headlong 107-horsepowered Ix-nayl On the contrary, you can buy
and to lUlled changes considered : spending cents a day-
I Buick for less than some lixest
desirable in the Interests to navigation i more than she can afford to py giant valve-in-head straight-eight can
he said for her lunch. be yours to command-you Can roll And you'll find when you look into

Oralltatementa will be receivedat I All persons who have low Incomes around town in the staunch and Heady what'g included in these prices that
which them from
the hearing, but for accuracyof exempt
record all Important facts and federal Income taxes-and blithely I carriage that's sure big beautiful'lId a they cover many an item that you will

arguments should be submitted In approve federal spending under I bearcat in action be asked to pay extra for cUc.wh.ere.
writing as the records of the hearing the assumption that the rich and 1
when its bois
will be forwarded to the
department, Col Watkins said.war Want Ads Pay-Try Them gives the word 1 So lift your sights. This year, go after

the car you really want-which means

net a eta b' Yes, you can talking with your nearest Buick dealer
saw blGUT ride 'a theright& now I

New Supply flu ...JIIIIIU".INII, tin mulct Mesa mM II f*r..h. Owing

,"". $ih9 Mtvm III flint, Ul awns ii4nUt W/. ";,;..,,,

fit MIT tlurfifer tht Kut-ltut fmikfctra.'

We Have New Supply ofLandreths' Jdi.mR.d.rtaftom Stan 1414 andi".1
Simon's and Stokes'SEED axei, 0100
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Pave Four THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday November 10, 1939

I THELEADER-ENTERPRISE I m :PLOA-IDA. NC! 6022 't'i tiJ) {11I11I1111I1111I11I111I111111111111I11I11I11I&{ ":.

ftulel a rrlen. as n..a. rt., ... .. ::20
bra IM .seat 0.a. r.b11.M.a Ce.e..e.r -"' --- Years Ago .

) BIN ARCHERISABJOKIC ..,._..___ I 11w f .-, .

I t ____LUCHlC81...__.. ... ._ ... a111.t .. 1IIIIIIfIlllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllIU! { { '.

I ........ M erne.d cite ..x earns Man The fma..'.filed home of ::: f.Me M.sesa.d rep. /<
+. nk IS Illl. M tW *Mt ortim MMMrtn 1.- a.1.Mi.Ye III... IS. IMS. '
: ? flnMa, **.. ..M w* If 1 .. Ue *..,. f\-rU B.._ mt .
/ Hut a. I1T ....Oar. "". Wilde tkt BMB*. k

lUBRCiirrtoN RATS ."-'II5Y@h 61404Now.
Is Cmrtr ___ (I.** U, H19"C.
I .=*4 tk& H iF'--:::: ,- M. Redd and family have returned -

( S I from South: Carolina and
The Carpenter v an occupying their home on Rot '
\ I "
The Carpenter walks the street eAPkWir -'Ford Cochran, wife and baby
today arrived In town Thursday morn.
And his robs I I. torn and his face ing. He has been spending the

I Is ,rt). I -rroPICA "RVTJlA't' / summer with W. 0. Webster m his

For )he has been walking u long t OWSIlf :Illinois: home. Mr. Webster, and

long way; rM-" rnmllv ere 0*) their way smith miii'M'
UP is looking for men, you we. I ,, auto""
t (
. -"L. R NiKon and E. J. Pi cettl
: The Carpenter walks down the I
picked 28 crates of tomatoes this
'. dim-lit aisle
. I I week the serond for the sc-ason.
Of the city church but all thewhile
t I
This II
i unusually early for tomatoes

: III faces: .i* tquvhed. by a lad, sad
smllet The county: road gang 1 It at
w.rk fixing the road from Brewer
"There's no room) in this. says ::v, "
corner west.
l1e f i
. .
i "-ua'Geo. Hanson and wife arrived

"I have butlded?lnen' souls; I :'>,: '"". Friday of last week from Jacksonville

. have smoothed the yoke I with this intention of living
1 Of a toilsome life ere t poor heart F/ :"' here. They are staying with Mr.

. broke e Hanson's father."
s OVJRNO.e7iIG'ST'A7G0't
I I have mad men hew ." the 4 "William Thornton was run into
: .
Carpenter spoke, by a truck on Tuesday'and sustained
? "But there's non of my work nORI "" a number-of .
: .. I.ee," sprain No bone were broken ,;
and Mr. Thornton count himself .
: ;,t 0 whore I II the Carpenter' handi 4WAMtJ.1VJYJIfJJtlJl lucky that he got off as easy a* he
work' did." )

\ And'"where'arc.. the men he made "Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B.

i ( And where is the heart that can j 114 I Myrick on Tuesday a boy. This li

know a part ? .. the tint which accounts for Bill > ,
: Of the toll of the Carpenter's trade t going around looking.like a pouter
Look not 'the somber temple
4 reIn I -'LUll. 8. Swanson formerly of

Homestead, now living In Chicago
Where incense burden the
bling air ill Ib is-expecting to return to this Motion
trem-I to live ac an early dale."
And foolish mortal boy In
To a dead Christ on.s "Friends of S. L. McClanahanwere

much surprised when he a,. i

, For the Living Christ li still outside IHFWV .1ft rived Friday morning, bringing
I with him his bride, formerly Mrs.
, e Sugar Apple comes to Florida from It was March ,3 1845
Of the temple doors on some green on that Florida Mary Currington of Wildwood Fla.
hillside tropical America and ia grown in a limited was admitted to the Union! and the distinction Their marriage took place Wednesday

Where common folk say In simple way in the Southern part of the State. of becoming the first governor of the afternoon at Leesburg, the t
pride, Resembling *. shortened pine cone, the Rev. Mr. Mahony performing the
fruit is two to three inches In diameter STATE rested with WILLIAM D. MOSE- I '
"The-Carptnter talked to m*_. ceremony. The happy couple Immediately
-R. P. Marshall In Christian and is yellowish green. Numerous carpels, i LEY a native 'of North Carolina by his cam to Homestead, '

Advocate. each of which forms a protuberance, make election on Hay' 26, 1845. In the same year I where they are visiting Mr. Me- I,

the fruit distinctive. The granular puip the present state capital was completed. Clanahan's\ daughter. Mrs. J. M. '

Is creamy :yellow or ;whiter custard like, Gov.' Mcsdey's administration witnes,,/: I:Holcomb
The Sportsman's Code and of a sweet and agreeable: flavor. In great'national events, notably"the anteiKV _"S, A. King has sold his residence '.

be in local markets in tion of Texas the War to J. V. Davis of Miami who bought t"I
: In the Interest of public safety Reason it may found. with Mexico, ::,46. 1
It a* an Investment Mr. and Mrs.
l "outhern Florida. 17 and the acquisition of
Asher Frank, director of the FlorIda
: .
King will
: occupy it for the pres-
i safety council has released i lent, but
are planning to build amore
t the following sporteman" cod to
.l t 1T" . .. soaclous home later."
j hunters: . .. .'f'f'f"'f''f'''t new word. "oomph"-a tort of a ------- ;I I s
cross between a and '!, -"Mayor Stilling .b setting a fin
grunt snort
i :t I. I will never allow th* mus- I CURRENTCOMMENT a
ti I, It was first used to describe girls AJ: 1-1 Little example In the matter of cleaning ? I
: ale of my gun to point at anything who were "it" .lassies and prob- up his ground The grounds surrounding I
which I do not intend to ingot 1'
: his office and residenceare
aby meant having what i II
: 2. I will never" load my gun By AGNEW WELSH Miami'LAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAALAat 1 1I ed to be' tuceessful or rKlUir-j BirdTold 1{: looking greatly Improved."

: ( when the muzzle is pointed at any 1{' Anyhow FOR was quoted (Florida City"Hubert .)

pirt I of my holy ni i any person; I ki Ing Henry Wallace did not have It : Us :'' Potter and son Horace

I not land ,m front, of nnybortv who A columnist recently saut of a a* a presidential possibility. When! I arrived in Florida City lost-week,
t ....... ... ..... ,,
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i (lo ,dllll i : u nun |Kentucky senator that he was old Lcm Spoopendike read that **> """"' "- making the last 258 miles of their :
sold "Up to date he hasn't found I run in day Mrs. Potter
I one is
3 I will never cock my gun nnd "from the pennyrlle region. I wonder ]-Thot some readers of the school i
; still in Augusta Ga., nursing Mre.
pull the trigger for tun.t' | If you are familiar with loosing page wondered If the local teachers j Brockett
pennY-I ; who Is recovering from ,
royal, an aromatic herb were taking part in
4. I shoot directly at boxing fall
Will never you're a wee mite prejudiced. His a from the automobile In which '
la rapidly decimating? lu : i bouts until they !I'lirnedIa\ "Gal' '
a Hat, hard surface a bottle or urage stock has gone up several points| she sustained a broken collarbone."
. t similar object, as the bullet is certain I favorite batMtat U along a woodland -jl jlI i the past few month*-from 58.1 to laher defeated Bow" meant that, (Florida City.)
\ border It U of I Mia Callaher's pupils hid defeated
ricochet from it. ; a prototype -
to (glance) "Jess
: 84.9 and maybe the end Is not yet Simmons will soon begin
I I the English perennial of the same Mill Bow'a pupils. I II work
. on and
a combined
v a. 1 will never handle a gun 'name and la generally clawed asa I garage "
Another cooperative experiment | ,stable to be built on land he owns "
; weed Its oil hal medicinal ...
| though
BREECH TO BE SURE THE GUN baa evaporated. A few years ago I I: That the dime store girls who near the rear of his property. It
' w IS EMPTY and looking through', properties. It grows less than ;some philanthropist conceived the helped push the swain's car thatwouldn't ,1 will be a two-story affair as large k.
foot high and It leaves give off
: 1. the bore to set that IIaa clean. I Ia a ; idea of moving ISO New York I tart, -now wonder lit i| u his house, the second floor to
; It to the
. pungent aroma; belongs garment worker on to "little j he knew it ,wouldn't start when h.[be rented to croppers In Mr. Sim
I I will never carry my gun mint family and I hew delightful offered to "
farms" in connection with a cooperative transport them horns at mons' employ. (Florida City.)
I. loaded except when hunting and !memories, of It growing In myfather's garment factory. A I I,supper time. |-George, Horrle of Flanagan
will then be sun that It .U locked Ohio woodlot I
j ,. HI, died
tract of 1.300 acre was bought and ( suddenly of paralysis
in the "safe" position |I By the way that Ill-smelling I named "Jersey Homestead," the I, Wednesday at his home there. He

t. I will never shoot at a songbird barnyard wood we call donfennel government spent four million dollar Children in o.1 I Ij was the only brother of the late

j I *. harmless animal for sport i'in ew1I England states bears the on It and now the thing I is to | David Horrle of Florida City. #
j IIInd will always be sure that no | of mayweed and be put up at forced sale. What j j I By Judge Malcolm HtUlcld I (Florida City.)

wounded game I* left to suffer. heath ..te.. those garment workers knew about j:-....--..........-......-...-| -"Mr. and Mr*. Frank Bouhlorj
I '. little farms was less than nothing arrived on Saturday last and will
i iI
. $. I will remember that a 23 | TEASING SMALL GIRLS If 1
t 1 The relief head in the city of ,Sammy dig up that quotation! j, take up their residence with Mrs.
enHber bullet will travel thrre-
Cleveland Ohio Mid that front About the silk purae and sow's ear. I A number of mothers compla.inj j' Norwood. Mr*. Beuhler formerly
of mile through nine
inches quarters of ordinary a board and will S.OOO to 10,000 of the 28,000 reliefers l''ed to a court about D gang of small ran the Florida/ City house, while

ricochet long water.I. In that city drove up Gold stocks are shifting a* ..!boys( bullying their little girl*. Mr. Beuhler put out a crop on the
a way arrow In to their relief checlu.Wbl'n result of war's alarms. When Poland glade." Florida
1. cars get While (bin hwtaUvays born a boy. ( City.)
will alwnya put my ,\.IIII1IUI- Uncle Ezra was told this he I saw tht-inevltabW. she sent I bh pos lane it I is very often carriedto -"Mr. and Mn. Leonard Mowryand
I .Ie first through a .ftnee before! I ,,blurted out That's the of It; I "U 8.000 of her state) treasuryto dan "1JI extremes. babies have returned to Longview -

climb the tene*-I will climb over I,,Ifi lust like the aid lady said Part and Russia sent 19 millions I Parents who permit their chil- and are Irving In the bore of ,
between lie next two fence posts. I j I them a* bag git.1 The durned I (It 1-8 tons) of gold to Denmark !dren to omloato ofhtor -ebildren Mr*. Mowry's people who are now tt,

10. t will ntway! give mv gun:!':greedy hogs get the big easy and to finance ourchaaas abroad Ii I more or less mercilessly sow the1 I Mrs. M. H. Houston, who are now '
I the few kernel left fan to the j geed* of future criminal depredatlon located in Kansas." (Xxmgvlew.)
a thorough cleaning a* soon as
am through firing i!pore, weak: shoats that need It The 1940 auto liccnae tags will *. Practiced cruelty, no mat l i i .i.ij :

i moot." Was Extflfttrect. { In his have white figure on a black background Ur what the motive leads to a fu-j j taught to regard the feelings

view' ? The year-date and state tore perverted mentar outlook. The other and have Instilled In him, :

Do right and fear no man. I .. name will b* changed to appear child who inflict pain on a play J through word and ;eitsmple the :

Dont writ and fear no ..woman.Anonymous. j I When WebsterfMtettonary to above the numerals Instead of mats U on art animal should be ear and consideration of those t

-. .11 .I again reviled itVtli fnclud. that'De>oaL J. i it R ii fil1>firmly ,punl he<], .>H. should tx around Jjlm!, i

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Friday.November 10,1S33, THE:LEADER-ENTERPISE. Papa Five

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BAPTIST CBVKCRBOMMTIALVD tW Ihm OM Q, Onall ....... ...ul..rachool
at 1.41 a av: Braaeluw, N 11 .. a .
*. 1.... .1_ .. =:al a. janlur IT. f.M t; ahlldniil'
tee SKS a. 'a.:?arauh.In a t In MumMam Prom ash AnnouncesTO
I :irU .... .
aa.! B: YP. 0, I a. m. weda.wina.CHURCH
M SiW p. .. i>iaa> antler Wadnaadaf .
at ,... .. .. or THE NAZARBNr '

i' eOULDt-n. Ba*. Neck Fatanoav .a*. .Oa. 8TlaO>- ( BANK CLIENTS-
ton Sundararhool 10 a. m I aNaeahv pxtoB auxlw Mka4. M.tal a.n.1riaiMiist
j Mllava and TtMg. B, IT.
a>: P U.at
e 1M R a. Pnvw arvlx M 7:84 p. r at tti .. mu nt T:..-Is M,lN.
Wdned.: .T P. a *.* JtntanMMatlm Mt. 1110
11 nat EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15th 1939, the opening,hour for alt
CATHOLIC m. Pram ai alla. Wadaaaday evening
CHURCH' 011' TUB 8ACIRD loll .,a%. member bank,will be changed from.9:00: to 9:30 A.>F. and henceforth-

.. E:. leased ...... BKaJIT-_-
a H-.I. the
I T i, OHMV, futon Similar MM ata. PRaNC.mt.--Tm. Ikm.K. P Omm. the following hourswill"be observed:. .
: pass ludar sch.d at t4i piMrhlii ,
8 iff .
mu w.b maaa- at 71ae' llr
M Hia and tiM Junior
Buadar afhool a. M. a. BW. \ ,
following 8 o'olook "
maaa. 0-....... for wages the '.... Meeting.. at 'SO I young 88.81.r HN Ua(
M Piwa laaatlaa Wadaaaday at 9:30 A.. Al. P. M. Week
to 2:00
Moon Bandar*Monday of aiaath of month: for MM Holr and hour 1 bora Tbm.day .1 Ias.10.. am. Days

,j' B. ..i baton. Maia tlrM tint Friday Krtdair at at month TilO at.." 181'| FRIK.METHODIST 1 9:30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon Saturdays "
BmdlcUo*of UM Blaaaad' teeraaimt after FLORIDA CTn'-...... to*. wow 0. :
I a."". .u-- shad, I p. a.1 ----
prMKhln. S and TrW a. .. Tompnvar ...,

aundar shoal .. t<4t .6 a,. for METHODISTROMEBTRAI5.TM I ,. !s.
pupils ambr 10 of ...
..r..* ./ 11 0'clock roam. Wntiuadar wool ..... ...i f .f RlchardaJnaiair. Thursday: November IX. 1919. and Thursdays :November SDjISS9 ;
nine whirl Include taallmonlato at .1..1 Sunday school at tMI a. ...I
ins and twrlanoaa and Mmarka on raarhlna al 11 a. .... gad T M 9. nr. being proclaimed. Ural Uolldajr the banks comprising the
......... Junior League ado ait HI UatiMM .
II. ;
I p. a. Tin subtle to coralialla p. ,
Invited to atland.NOT. s:80 Po N.: gxnlor Laaaw at .iH .... membership of the Greater Miami Clearing Association will not b* r
LmBoa-Mrnwn.. topic: prayer Motif M Tll p. m. Wednesday. open en those dale All orders for Currenrjr Payrolls, eta, should i it

"MorteJg and ImmortalJ.oClIl'RCn ILVKR PALat-Tb. llaa. t WaHar, be made not later titan Wednesday!, November II, 1939. Mid %Vd.noaday. .

OF CriRTSlHOMMtKAn Iwan .:Bunday machine Hheol aaokM afarr m sled-; t November t*, 1939, Uw dy prior to each holiday date. -
esd f fifth au......a II. a,wed
pint avenue and N. W
PltUi llib".r"" 18
a. ta.| no.
...u.I.... fellowship and preaching at > PIlNCBTON-Thr Rw /; E Wlllar,
it .6 .... pMtMj vmuhlog at 8 .. ..1 fundaiduaUM

HOMRBTRAD-404 K. W. Flat ......1 Tka Ban 0. O ,ajtor clef rob
, Ihoool nU a. mi. preaching M 71 M B. .. I AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY

111.MIauMN.Y/WN/111/1NNNN.11M.-.............. ::--w..... aad BIU. atadr W.*..| FIRST TRUST COMPANY

tlMcAiif. O. a 11/ aahm UkurakMtuol
LEWIS VRANA Reporter at 10: uraarMnc at 11: EviaortbUara I .' THE MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK

,.....................?...................".....,...............0" Bible study at Thursday 8.80. Midweek at 7110.PRESBYTERIAN proms and
Friday night we enjoyed a party CHURCH
'j at the home Of our advisor Me. M. I COCONUT GROVE EXCHANGE. BANK
HOHK8TIAIX...... annue at N. Ktktnal.
A. Baker on Radland Road. TIM It... OKI H. Rick. paalorVlbla LITTLE RIVER BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
f Charles Behrcni and other led in school ., 19 a., m: .....hln. at.Uj
the playing ot a umberof amusing m: ,o,r- _..a martliui al T iK,.,o. FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS
Mow, Sermon subject: "The .
Shepherd of P_.
.a and individual
gamra, puzzles, etc,
y way Islao played until Um,fop tad I Erwq".w

fteshnMoOv For refreshments. ,
IT JOHN'S-*. R. Saond avenue andoirllr
of ui pooled!various item we had /e ..eft Huiaaimdi the .... B. 1' I
brought such BltoUard. rtrtor. H.Jr aonmunlra at
at cakes, pies, cookies .
:T Ile a., Sands Mkaal at Stltl, aces For results Leaders Classified Ads
ttc, and these were lupple- I tog .rara> M 11. use Enterprfse- _
mented bj candy prepared by Mir :
Baker and punch prepared by out

refreshment! commit**.

Alvin Phillip Present Prothero Reams were,:, Jean Charles Peggy Travelyan Behrena O'Brien,, sets the SrM a g 4i ia big!

Francis Prothero Elmer Hamp.ton .

Louise Ross, Willis Vlck, !
Perry Johns, Donald Hawkes
Sickle Mildred Reams. H A. ami Wings& 1

Aman, Lela Ball, Don Lair. Mary "
Thompson, Avis Bitting, Rex Ro- '
mine, Dorothy Behrens Dorothy 0" .

Oraber, Harold and William Hampton -

Betty Oraber, Cecil Parker as well !
Richard Ball Bite Lw, Robert

Munn. Athley Kemp, Douglas! .

SweeUno, Jamea Browning, George I s!
Crunwell Reid Wysong. James 1 +* :a yOilr
Rotherbam, Mr. and Hn B. B I
Hampton, and Mi and Mrs Bake

Monday night our executUe tI.
committee, composed of Rex Ro- I.

mine, Botel Lee Willis Via .' "
H. A. Amon, Harold Hampton, / t i ""I'

Wm. Hampton Don Lair and In urtlp ? IrIMd+ t Va y yits

Lewis Vrana, met and worked on
setting up our annual programof I Now-we
rnsr l'
work. After completing ev-, -
eral sections ot the program, wee i
adjourned at 030 to meet again
later and complete the entire prot" lel aleiiR.r. -
ISisssadl prss il
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Twenty-eight members of the
newly-appointed State Motor Patrol
startedto school: in Braden-
ton this week for e count In how mn'Rk

to bandit traffic and deal with mo-

torlttt. Instructor Include Maj. T WMtV M THSi baUIr disc A.w.. that p.ak.t latif tfc, o.;

H. N. Kirkman, Cap Mt l!..and n M and MUojuelr beautiful m ..... 'la rt. aa< caaifort, thrilling

Sheriff Hutches. ToipiJo Main iW 19W Po-iaac anfci-end--llniiuai,.and

apes ape whole mw-w .11-. y...'1l tows, W>y lU 1 40 tills

law nut B....i> th. ..aaaaaxai W Soaala am lajaiing IM! peewee .ea

NATURQUA& I..." u .," .M aha e.alrP..eiabiaaylC.a.i..dyt

' ... ...... ..,II-e WIM wpeino.s titer. lTYM d &"y. 011141 .. ..d.p......,r ebw
FOE COOKING AND gar ......... AM 111.....' ..... AUsli
WATER HEATING =:"': O.LdXvwTo& :
wi.. .tcyIe"' :

V. p. LYON PHONE M Auto Show irtwdsEINO L..ia.riclu.-It balsas bald r.dad =..!!..w1.. t.N..d..r.paw .. i.a..r.r" .0. l

Homestead Fla. Nuaobar Oat banality .f UM yowl .,?> ,.....______

Turner's Funeral Home rAnADS&s !.'Iti_ a__1. r.m.--- t '


Phone 864-R Hnmeaterd,Fla. KROME AVE PHONE 18 HOMESTEAD FLA."I'I"I"'l .


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Friday November 10,1939 \

'I evening the following guest from I Mr. and.Mn. James R. Bacons no Wednesday .evening at.
I Miami Mr. and Mr. Harry Roberta I moved on Saturday to blamorado.I It..-no of Mr*. Clyde Neill.
Mr. and Mr Tom Mooney,I I Johnny Becker was joint host

In and JlroundHomestead Mrs Ann Porterfield and James II Merle Ridley Jell on Monday for Shields "
McCuUoub. Winter Haven, Flo. Mr, S. S spent several(;
I daya this week visiting relative

Mrs A. B. Lang-hum underwentan Mr and Mr*. Joe Chapman and In Miami "I'1
operation on Friday at the Ken- son, and Mr. Esther Lindsay left
: dal Hospital, and is reported as on Wednesday for their homes in JOINT MEETING AT 81BRINOI
, I slowly Improving North,Haven, Conn., fetter a week A joint meeting of the ScenkjJ
, I IMn. visit with relative and friend Highlander, Orange Blossom.f "

Adrian Jacob returned !I Mr. and Mrs. IL S. Slnsel of McDonald Mrs. Mable Walkup arrived on here. Trail and the Sebring Chamber of i i" .
I Commerce, will listen to
on Friday after visiting in Port Pa, are expected todayto Monday from Kentland, Ind., to Florida's two '
Royal, Va. She was joined In Port;[ visit Mrs W. K. Walton. Mrs visit-relatives here. Mr. and Mr C. S. Phillip and Carl Hanton outstanding, speakers'when ] I
president Florida
Royal by her mother Mrs W C. I i|Slnsel I* a sister of the late W. K, family arrived on Friday evening Association .
Press and editor
Norman of Los Angeles; her Walton. I IMn. Mr. and Mr I. Ferlito and son from Clinton, Miss. of ,1,
the Ft Myers Newi-Preis, and'Karl .
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ter. Mr W. B. Medler, of lla'l I I Chick, returned on Thursday from Lehmann, well known Lake f
ser Iowa and her brother, C. Thomas Qullllan was Chester, N. Y.. and have taken theo The Rev. Wesley Smeal attended County ,Chamber of
Norman of Chicago for a family taken to the Post Graduate hospital Sterling cottage on avenue B. for the Free Methodist C inference ecutive the Commerce ex.
reunion for the flnt time In 20 Sunday for treatment of a hip I the winter.I In Miami from Thursday to Sat gram arranged appear for on November joint 'r' 4>
year Mn. Jacob spent several injury received a year ago. II urday.
days In Jacksonville on her return I I Mr. and Mn. J. H. Booker and -
trip. Mrs. A. C. :Easton ha been 111 for family arrived on Thunday from Mn Fred Henn livestock sale *!
several week Senola, Ga. and are at honw In On! Hospital for observation.Mrs. pure-bred and
I ring how will feature the Slash
Miss Nina Pearl Bush a studentat the Horace Potter cottage on N. j
James M Dobbin 1* reported Pine Forest and Farm Festival ati
Florida State college for Women .
Mn. Addle McCrltf, formerly of Broadway.Mn. Lake City, November It. Governor'Cone
In''I a* slowly recovering from ]
will spend the week-end
Coconut Grove I her
making I her recent Ulnesa. of Florida and Governor Rlv-i
Jacksonville. I home with Mr*. C. W. Allen on Lucy Hole arrived on era of Georgia are expected to'attend. '
Halnlln drive.T. Thursday from Danville, IlL, and .
Gray Hick of New York has returned I will spend the winter with her! The Ladle Aid Society will

to his home after spendingseveral J Reynolds, of Miami), a for son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and: sponsor Ube Community: a Thanksgiving Church on upper Thursday At. TAG SALE STARTS DEC. 1
week with Mr and Mrs Mn. W. H. Sheffield. I
mer managing secretary of the Red- Nov. 10. Florida' new automobile tag '
D. E Basher In Gould I
land District Chamber of Commerce are scheduled to go on sale December -
wa In Homestead yesterday D. Cuzzocreo and son Ernest, The W. W. r. C. Cla.. of the 1, officials announced. Motorists -
Jeff Baldwin of Goulds left Saturday looking after his property Interests arrived on Friday from Coscob, Community Church Sunday School' will have until January 1 to '
on a business trip to Charles- In this section.FLORIDA Conn.. and have rented the Free hold a social: and business meeting secure their 1940 tags.

town, Prince Edward Island, Can -" ,,- house on Palm avenue. .. ,
CITYBy J. Malambrla and daughter,
Miss Edna Booth and! Miss Mrs. W. W. Severy Miss Mary have taken an aport- ; ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT :
Louise Harris are visiting Miss ment at the Palms Hotel for the
Barbara: Burke In Coral Gables for Dr. W. L. Vercoe returned on winter. Spaghetti Dinners 40c

several day this week. Saturday from Hot Springs, S. D.I I I JOE TORCISE. Prop. FLORIDA CITY
Mr. and Mr*. Willis Whitfieldand
The Rev. and Mr*. A. M. Vivleft I Mr*. Walter Schutt returned on con moved on Thursday to n
returned to Redland Saturday Wednesday after spending the Homestead.I .
from their summer home In Cannon I -
e summer at Walled Lake, Mich.
Del I and Mn Fred Barker and

Mr*. J. S. Cave and MOle Sever 'ion moved this week from the
Mr. and M-: H.: B. Hllson of returned on Thursday from La- Brockett cottage to the Griesbnch

Columbus, Ga., art'visiting relatives monte, Fla. cottage on Eighth street
In Naranja. |I I I $

Mr*. Jack Branch and son of I :"
Miss LaNelle Roger and Miss 'Miami are guest this week at the PALMS I10TEL .J
Dora Scott, students at Redland home of Mr and Mn. Lester FLORIDA em HOW
High school were appointed Tuesday Walkup. Modern
to attend the state-wide Con- ILooIDI aDd Apartments ,
gnu on Democracy to be held si Mr. and Mr*. W. F A. Robertson Reasonable Rates ABOUT
Southern College In Lakeland entertained at supper on Saturday .
Thursday through Monday. Chas
Ooley, teacher in the Bedland .
s school also attended. s :

Henry McLaughlin left on Sat-
urday for Houston, Tex. While in
,,os" s
Homestead Mr. McLaughliii wm o O t+rk1c
connected with an Insurance company

Have you wondered what the home
Mr. and Mn. E. P. Wilson of

Hollywood were guests of Mr. and you'd like to build would cost?
Mrs A. J. Campbell of Homesteadon
R. J Binkert returned to his
i home In Florida City Saturday Why not Inquire We'll be 'glad .to
after I six-week business trip to
the Lake Okeechobee region. nyouranthisad. give you figures-and some very ,
Mr. and Mr*. Paul Reynolds will .
practical pointers on making your

have a* guests for the week-end r
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Raymond of You'd be surprised to learn how easily you CAN "dream home" come true.
New York.

have another bathroom. No space for it? Under the
Mr. and Mn Frank B. Rue have

as a guest for a few days), Frank stairs, or in an unused clothes closet Can't afford it? You may discover that you can afford
Meehan, of Long Island, N. Y. Mr.!
Meehan was stationed on a submarine to build at once on the FIIA Plan
chaser with Mr Rue during .
' the World War They spent I $5.00 Per Month I of convenient monthly payments! '
Thursday visiting In Key West '
installs a complete new .I

Mr. Martha L Murray has returned
to her home In Coral Gable bathroom .
after visiting Mrs. W. 1C. Walton A phone call will bring our representative '

for several month )n the FHA Plan. Phone us to bring you our catalog to explain how we can aid you

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Quick ." I 41,183.-' --During the World War ofXI141S )
War Relief '
'I I the American Red Crete Homestead Girl ScoutsThe f ':,
Guardian of Life and Health I mutered nearly 0,000 nurses tor

Given by Red Cross I duty ihk; Army; Navy aid Red _.....,_....__._...... I .

__ .. I Cross hospitals, at home and over' ? .
_: _, ,_<. _, _. ". ..... Hoftietwad Gin Invited vial the Cole estate :
sear "Maintenance et the Nune Re to in "\ ..
Shipwrecked U. S. Citizens, serve la provided ky ear charter Coconut Grove on Saturday After
and I* In line with Red Cron poll- pending the morning there they
I Wounded Poles, Refugees, closer prevention and preparedness, will have lunch at Matheson

,; | Repatriates Aided but the peacetime work ot our Hammock. In the afternoon\'!!.

/ nurses I* 'QUlll1lmporlaDl." 9U Frank Skill cpataln win tteclt.
r Beard uld. nature study and trail ilgn

I Washington.-Th. American Red The director explained: that more The beginner started learningthe

Cross moved quickly the onset of than 1,000 nnnea, chiefly horn ,,. use of the) part on a bicycle at
hostilities In Europe to organize! relief glen and care of the sick laatnio- the meeting Tuesday afternoon at
I for war sufferers and give aid to I the Skill home. They will plan a
: American cltlien stranded In danger ton. were regularly engaged In *!. I bicycle trip by the use of map
r sense or rescued from ieawartar lUng the sick aiding physicians In land.

eataitrophe.: examining ichool children, conductIng The second claw scouts are to
Eel Cron *official pointed out Inoculation program to stamp> I make a list of the thing that they

/ that following contact of German out contagious Illness, launchingtrial do at home and tell which they do
I Polish forces on September I,the organliatloa nursing services In onto!.the- and do not enjoy
male available medical communities and carrying on
way The camp to be held over the
I relief for clvlllam and armies of Important health education work to Thanksgiving holiday will be

Poland; provided aid for Americans c'L. quality family group to care for be) at the Stillman grove In Bed-
repatriating from Europe aa they sickness at bom. land,
landed In the United States ports; All nnnei whit are needed for
Play day will be held on Dec 4
i ranted medical and maintenance Red Cross nursing activities are In Miami.
assistance to American survivor, of drawn from the Red Croat reserve
the "Athenla." Brit lea casualty of of Qualified nurses, Miss Beard Bald.
the war! tar financial kid to the Last year Red Cross public health
I American Hospital Parti France, F nurses made more thai one million $1000.00 If You Liveand

and developed a comprehensive Baits on behalf of the tick and gave t

communication intern to allay the killed care to 373,72 persons The $1000.00 When You DieA i
fears of distraught relative I majority of Red Cross nursing sere
Norman H. Davis' chairman vices cover entire counties to Include Mortality Endowment !
I cabled the International Cross I both rural area and Industrial Costs So Little \

Committee In Genera on September center where nursing help la
1 asking what relief would be needed scarce Pan National Life ;

from the American Red Croia In Last year In schools and clinics,
a first step In consolidating Red nuns cooperated with physicians Ins. Ass'n. 1

Cross relief forces throughout the -.--- j i In examining 6I5.S75 children and R J. B1VKFRT I
o nation 1.700 Red Cross chapters aided In the talk of correcting d*>
A reeerve of 44,000 Red Cross registered nurses stands ready to aid In Local Agent
were authorized to begin producing preserving the life and health of the nation. Typical' activity of Had Croat 1 teats. Children examined were enrolled ,I
refugee garment and to accept contributions nurse I II shown working In ellnle under doctor'a eupervlelon. Red Cross for the most part la rural
I for war relief, nurses ere natlvn'e reeerve for Army Navy and Government hospital I schools where this type of preventive
A quick response from the Polish service and also to serve elvllliita In epidemic dlneler.. The Red Croat service la rare. There are 158
i Red Cross to Chairman Darts' cableto Nursing Service la supported by member who Join the Red Creee during. Red Cross nurses engaged In till Homestead's Oldest
the International Committee re- Roll Call November to 30. work' la 477 cominunltle Barber Shop

lulled In an American Red Cross In tile field ot health education
appropriation of 150,000 for the pur- Red Cross unrest ban Instructed
chase of 41 Item of medicines, and ] diet," Chairman Davis declared tot Last year the Red Cross helped .more than 1,000,000 family member D. L. BOWEN i
lowing hit cabled offer of assistance 41.000 enlisted men er their families
for army blanket and a quantity of since 18it In bow to care tor the
to the International Bud Cross Committee through It* worker stationed at
large hospital tent capable of hour sick: at home and nave sot new'
i Ing! It stretcher cases ...ah.I "A*a part of the treat International I Army Navy, Marina Corp and standards ot hygiene for the family. HAIRCUT _____ .. doe !
Red Cross It )II our duty to Coast Guard Station and through Last year the Nursing Service bold SHAMPOO .._ .. 40e
A grant of$25,000 was also madeto do what wa can to aid the helpless Red Cross chapter from coast to 4 (Of classes in home hygiene end MASSAGE .. ._ 40
thai American Hospital> In Paris dTlllaa who will luffef Recent '
during the COIIt Congressional action
care ot the lick and awarded 8ANITARTExpurt
to evacuate American patient mIDI ,hoaUllUe.1* w' I to increase the United State armed
I the hospital and to purchase In the tone has necessitated expansion ot I tlflcate to 613I persona who I and eouteon aenio.

56' United States a 100 bed hospital t this vital service to enlisted men )by passed elimination I A trial will be appreciated. +.
unit for shipment to the American the ,
Red Crou. ... __ JI READ Till: WANT ADS
organisation It was laid. --
I Record Number of Dix .
To meet needs which were I
thought likely to result from bombardment asters Reported by
of rural Tillage and the Red Cross NurseReservejt
Red Cross for YearThe I
passage of hostile armlet, the Red Carload Of
Cross called upon 11 of its large city
chapter to roll 1 4 ( Peak
surgical dro..lollI
"' American Red Cross give
1. I of a special new type tor European emergency relief and rehabilitation I.

warfare Injurloi More than 500.000 aid to 130,000 sufferers ot 'Disaster Service Home Nursing
yards ot gauze Were >purchased and 1 157 disasters In the United State BEAN SEED
40,000 pounds ot cotton enough tomake during the fiscal year ended June Health Education, Keep

167,000 surgical dreailng 30, according to a report tub- Thousands Busy
On September 1 the American
milled by DeWItt Smith newly
Red Cross announced It was organla- appointed director of the Red
Inc to Washington.-The Red Cross
meet repatriating American Cross disaster relief service. reserve -
citizens at seaport cities through Mr. Smith laid the number I I 1 of registered nurses Qualified JUST RECEIVED
chapter reception committee Cltl of disaster operation laDled I for Immediate duty la stronger than
sons without resources were given ed ever before, Miss I Mary Beard, dlreo-
that of any previous ,
temporary shelter, and aided to re- with cloudburata, epidemic I tor ot the American Red Croat BumIns
settle In their services. announced.
former home or
flrei, windstorms. intwilldea>> ,
work. "We now have a Drat reserve of
and other catastrophes striking '
Between S IS.000 unmarried nurses under 40
September and 7, the
In 43 Mate and the territory of
American I of available tor duty with INCLUDES
Red Cross cabled $20.000 Alaska Red Cross diluter relief yean age :
through the State Department to expenditure totaled 1237(101tor the Army :Navy or government
help American survivors of the the nursing services and subject to call
". th.ula." who bad been taken Into Since year.It* founding In 1811 the by the Red Croat for disaster work," BOUNTIFUL
Irish and Scotch ports I aha said Thta I 1s 700 more than any
Red Cross baa aided victim of
Red Creee chapters> were Inetroct-i previous Brit Puerto reglitratlon."
3,415 disasters her and abroad
ad to accept funds for the purcbaae I expending$143,000,000 tor I Miss Beard jointed out that the STRINGLESS BLACK -
of supplies for Impartial distribution rNOII"food. I increase bat been gradual and that
clothing shelter, medicaland ,
and foods for purchase ot supplies nursing aid and the perma. only registered. nureei meeting rigid VALENTINETENDERGREEN
tor a designated country to be expended nent rehabilitation of famine requirements of training and physical -
through the Red Croi *o- stable to reestablish tbemelTea fltneu an inrolled All classes
city of that nation. ,* Mr Smith said of nurse reservists including nurtei
"The Red Cross I* not Intended now employed by the Red Cross,
... -
II > iriglnf ot /fh* preeent.eon- brine the reeerve corps total to



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. Social Events in South Dade women'





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Mtw Mary Elizabeth: The bride was, graduated from Non Uk-Meetlnr of Remand Mr. M P Wollam,Is snnounolnr star la Coral Gable and a photo .,,"
daughter Mr*. W (xrom"l I'Homestead High school and from' P T A In,school auditorium.at 8ocIocH. Ute manriag* of' her daughter atudiot In Miami She IJ a. former p
Homestead war merriest' Florida State College*fan Women i. r Marguerite; to William Beverly member ot the, Junior Woman's M.
Scow of- Washington a:. She was a substitute teacher lithe Nov 10>-Beaeflt card; party of Dunpkln ot Arnerious, Ga, on Club, of Homestead tJ
Waebhingtoni on lIIew. Si Homestead and Miami ]Beach Altar Society I Non t in COrdele, Ga. The c' '.- Mr- tumpkin who-spent *win- T

The marriage wa performed by 'school a year and taught la Red-I Nov 1Z:-Tbwnsend Club meeting mony wait performed: b.J'l.ulII' W. ter Ire Homestead five yean ago IIi
land High Nh el'for one year. For I p Fleming I Is the cf Jl B.
United State' District Judge Canton In. Neva. King Coops School son Lumpkln. of
lit htr chambers. The bride the past five year The hu been I auditorium at 2:30 a'cloekv The. bride was bom IK Winter Amerlous, Ga H* It a graduate"fthe
wore r grey velveteen dress with connected with1 the' reward department Nov. 11-Meetlngr ot Monday Park She is daughter of the Amerlcus Normal College. rNft
wine accessoriesMr of the IT. a central' Statistical Music Club with Mrs. Frank H us'- lat*' M. P. Wollam, a well-known : For the part three :year, be has

*. ScoU U tilt daughter of one I Board: man at 3:30 o'clock. contractor and builder and pioneer I been connected wlttt an Insurance n
of the pioneer families of this district Mr. ScoU Is a son. of: Mr. and I, Nov. 14--Meeting, of Homestead resident of Homestead. She was company In Macon.
who came here In the early I Mrs. Jacob Scoll of Baltimore. He 'Woman' Club. graduated-from; Homestead High I After a short honeymoon tripthroughout a

IMO'i, when the late W 3": Ktome was graduated from Harvard; and Nov. ..-Meeting of HomesteadIP. school Before going to Georgia i the state, the couple J'tJ
was engaged by Henry M. Elegiac :from. Harvard. Law school He la I T. A at a o'clock.I' aha was employed by .a department .will live In Macon.

al chief engineer to build the extension 'employed In the legal department Nov. 1t---Meeting of HomesteadP
of the Florida East!: Coast .,ot the United State Maritime Division : T. A. executive committee at PLAN BANQUET TO HONOR GARDEN CLUB HOLDS 4at

Railway to Key West, Mr Krome i 2.30 o'clock. KEBEKAH STATE PRESIDENT FIRST FALL MEETING.
U a prominent avocado and nursery The couple are living Ire Wash. Nov. 15.-Meeting of Gleaners' Committees were appointed at The, South. DadeGarden: Club'first 11tI
grower of Homestead. I I: Ington. D. C. ,Clam.ivov. meeting of the fall season' tIJ
the meeting of' Liberty Rebekah
17seJohn a c.piaoopaiChurch was held Monday afternoon at th IlIt
MRS. J.: H. WEBSTER AND HOWARD LAMB WIN pariah supper In Hospitality lodge Monday night In the I O. O. home of Mrs Annie R. Butler.

. FINALS OF UNIVERSITY BRIDGE TOURNEY House at 7 o'clock. [F. hall, to begin preparation for Each member told'of her expert Iif
Nov. 17-Meeting of Ad Astra entertainment' of the state president .nee during the summer Mrs fII ftC
-- chapter of O. E. S. J Shepherd read a poem, "Heav- IIC
Mrs Julian a Webster and A. A. Payne, Mrs Claude Campbell Nov. 19-Townsend Club meet- Mrs Ida Seasholes, who will enly Prayer" ,

Howard Lamb were grand prizewinners Mr Webster, Most Payne, 111I; in Neva; King Cooper' school make her official visit here on The next meeting will be hell :Itr'
in the final of the bridge Dr Prank Heuaman, B. M. Hind- auditorium at 2:30: o'cloclc. 'I Dec. tMrs. at the home of Mrs. Elbertr Bule'

tournament sponsored by the University man and Mr- Dane C. Jk Parman Nov, 20-Meeting of Homestead Harry D. Wolfe Is general on Nor 20.Members. _
Club Thursday night of substituted for Mre Pavmim and B. P. W. C. chairman Mrs H. B. Beattie la present were: Mrs] atc
last week in the Homestead Wool- Mr. Artftvr substituted for Mr Nov. 20-Meeting of South Dade chairman of the committee for Catherine Potter, Mrs. N. a: Ball] tJIt
Mi's Club b1JJ<4tIW. Gift certificates Johnson Garden Club with Mrt. Elberta purchase and: presentation of the Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs WmV.

redMtnatol In a Miami dope -j Others playing, wore: Dr. and Buie gift Mr. a W. Mulllns and Mrt. Smythe, Mrs Edw. J. Norman]
rtment item were given Mra.Wt'beter Mrs, R J Elliott, Mr and Mrs W. Nov. -Meeting of W. M. S. W I]. l'dahan.are In charge of ejirtertainmcnt Jr., Mrs. Allna Shetdlne, Mrs
and Mr. Lamb. I R Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Frank circles Mn A. W. Jones and Brown Mrs. Smith. Mrs Edw a
3 Mr*. Henry Johnson and R It i Bella, Me.. sad MM H. Collier Nov. 21-Mlaelon study class of Mrs I. P. McLean compose the Herman Sr., Mrs. W 1(. Hoae,
: Done were :fIeOOndo-prize Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hall Mr. and Circle One of W. M. U. decorating committee.A Mrs Wm. Dunlop, Mr. A. W.| '1rT
and Miss Elinor Payne was re-1 I Carl Wagner, Mr and Mn. Clar- Nov. 23-Meeting of Doroa reception for the state president Jones, Mrs. Esther Lindsay, Mrs 'I'F
prize wlrmcrf' Mrs Johnson ence. Gray, ME. and Mrs S. J. Class. will be held at the Seattle Joe Chapman Mrs, Shepherd and :
celved a rock crystal glasswareset Lynch Mrs Geo. Polk, Mn. Rich- i Nov. 23.-Meeting of Junior home on the afternoon of. Dec. 4, Mr*. BuUer.UDLAND .
; Mr. Don received fishing ard Huff, Mr*. E. A. Ames, Mrs. Music Club with Mary Frances and a banquet will be given at the r.F r.I:
supplies, and Miss Payne, a double R. a Klnard, Mr H. K Foulk, .and Ruth RutlandNow. Green Lantern Restaurant prior to P; To A. TO
deck of cards. Mrs Ague L. Bird, Mrt. Gee D. 2S'-Junior Woman' Club the lodge meeting of that night MEET THIS AFTERNOON Itl'
Buehlet and Mill Helen Eanlelsi Cabaret at Hardee-Harrls Packinghouse 1 The monthly business meeting of
Winner sf the' other table, t'A
Others present at the meeting the :
1 Redland P. not In tournament, received Hostesses for the evening were
Nov 27-Meeting of Jennie Lob- Monday night were: Dr. Irene this afternoon at 3 o'clock In the ,
print of double deck of cardM i Mn B. M. Hindmanj Mr*. Ben Shanklin, Mrs. Blanche
dell; Circle school auditorium.
Play_ In. the tourn.unenlllln- Archer Mrs James Bird, Mrs. with Mn. Paul Reynolds lo'J
Mrs Carrie McCuUoughj Mr. I B Mn. D. E, Bashor, room mothe
al* were: Mr. and Mrs. A. F Ar- I Bowling G. Dye, Mrs. Huff, Mrs. Dec s. Capllnger, MraB.. G. Moon, chairman, has called a special
., Mr Lamb, Mrs Mrs Polk Miss- Denials Meeting of Episcopal J
thur Mr. and !Webster auxiliary, Mrt. 0. C: Radford, Mrs. Florence 'meeting, of the room mothers ten
Adrian Jacobs. Mrs Johnson, Mrs. and Mill Payne.
Dee Reception for state Pacettt and' Mn Ann. Mtsser |I minutes before the P. T. A. meet

MISS FRANCES HELIUM DAVID FEIEDRICH GIVEN president ef R.ebekala-Iodge at H.B. smith Inc. a

WEDS WILLIAM SCHAEFER PARTY ON 7TII BIRTHDAY Beattie home, with banquet laterat J
Green Lantern Restaurant. t.
The marriages of Miss Frances David Frledrlch: was given a par* C
Kcllurm to William, Perrin Schaefer ty on his seventh birthday; anniversary BOOK WEEK PROGRAM THINKSGIVINGPresident \'
took place Saturday evening at Friday afternoon, at the AT AUDITORIUM TODAY l'III
8 o'clock in the Holy Cross Episcopal home of his grandmother, Mrs, A program on nOOk week will be
church In MiamI. Dr. Edgar Florence Pacetti, by his mother, presented In the Neva King Cooper ?
L. Pennlngton, rector, performed Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop.I auditorium this afternoon Short 't'J

the ceremony I Allen Left and Barbara Connorwon I' talks will be given by Mrs L. L. 11
Miss Joaa KeBum sister, of the prizes In a contest Favors of Bow of the municipal library,
bride, was maid of honor. Ezra horns and metallic hats wen Mrs. Ed Gallaher of Homestead 11
Sitters wan best man given each guest j I School library and Mn Mary Net-. Roosevelt
The bride. who Was given Inn A two-tiered cake decorated In I ties of the Redland school library. says: ItF

n'Inge by her fjther wore a pastel colors. was served with Ice I| A program will be presented by ,
."InU" sheer wool suit v\\IPI :i lace cream. Mrs. Earl PacerU, Jr., and the grammar school children and I NOVEMBER 23 tJ
ill,",iisp. A small while turb.m Miss Louuu! Pacetti assisted 'the 'I refreshments will be served by the n
with, a chin veil nnnplcti bet hostesses. members of the student council of I
t ttat
istume Her corsage was of gardenias Rennie Marie the Homestead achool Governor Cone '
Quests were and I says: ,
". Barbara Mark. Mary Lou Museel- atI
Miss Kellum wore an old rose Keen Martha Ann P
white, Judy ,
crepe afternoon dreg with matching Lindsay, Emma Jane Rives, Rebecca I Dr. R. J. Elliott NOVEMBER 30 ',
turban. Her
of i
corsage was
Nell Proctor
Brown, Reba ,
baby. white chrysanthemum Norma Jean Foster, Rachel Dod- CHIROPRACTOR ii 3YF'
A reception followed the core.many son, Barbara Connor, Effie Rad- I i The DIXIE DRUG F'B'
at the home of Mr. and Mr*. ford, Jane Thurman Jack Arlen Horn ..... Homestead says BM
James I:. Kellum, parent of the
and Stanley Pacetti, Allen Leff,
bride, at 1713 N. W. 3rd St. Mrs Bruce Ennia, Jr., Billy FoUlard, I I Either day you accept as Thanlisgrving1 yew can* 9NA
R. E.: Scott, liter of the bride and
Billy Hutchinson, Donald Gann, .
former resident Homestead, and Bobby Monroe, Bobby Brawdy, I be certain that our line of p
Miss Geraldine Refits of Homestead .
Peter Hester, Clifford Waters Raymond I
assisted. I Ptereev William Grantham 1.bl
Mrs. Schaefer, a native ot THANKSGIVING CANDIES
and Jackie Connor.
Miami graduated from the Fort I M

Myershigtt school' amt attendedSouthersa c r will be fresh and T'St,
Mrs Edw. Norman, Jr, Mr complete.ONE .
rTiislnes Collet- In
II Harold Sheffield Mn. Frank
Miami Her maternal grandfather Schneider and Mrs. Frank B. Rue I'tIt>
the late Arthur S.
t Joyneev. I
Attend** the Past President' Par-
.. brought his family to Miami tat .W all Uw home of Mrs. Augusta I II ( nl
IWJ: and his sister was o ne of Whitman's
Manning In Miami Wednesday. ; atM
the first teachers in Homestead. I POW EACH
Lunch was followed by; the business
t1.4b. .
; Mr. Schaefer, ion of Mn and meeting. I PIII f .- > .,. s,1
y Mrs. W. J. Schaefer came to I DATE) and
: Miami In 1901 from. De Maine,. .... WM H.fl*" .* jew I
Iowa. He attended school In DMMolnes Uk *N I Us ha er ea n
: and was a student at Young Make ReservationsNow slier nearest W..e. TtT NorrisCandies

\ Harris achool la Georgia. He is For ... a) boodle not awk latead ,. I s -, .e c
connected with a bank in .! IBM*. We seooeakwiSheltoa

t MIam1.1 I WOMAN'S Thermlqne CnvolgBote i

IT Dr. Leonard W. Ware "

I B....."..- In ter. rit..le.dr.eoy CLUB CABARET I L.... Ihrniw ftett ...... C- r (
mere a" a"....... 01 rl.uRL1CL'S

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Friday. November 10. 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Paee NineSocial ,

NEWS !talks en the Woman's College In Astra who had charge of the pro- Singleton, <** N. Wakefleld, and ;! 'It
I Rio de Janeiro to which the offering gram. Franklin Jones.

i of the day was sent Others The past matrons and patrons The Rev. Arthur Brldgerof Hollywood f" :

[I Events 1, taking part on the program were: of the chapter will be honored at spoke on the "Romance of \ N
i Mrt. Earl Pacettt, Jr., Airs Hind- the next meeting ef the chapter on Missions." ; _. H
man, Mrs. Avery, Mrs. Field and Nov. 17.Mrs. The church budget for the year \
001 Mr*. Logan.It Herbert Kat was taken was planned. Cinvassen wan t r
-1 HIMMMEN I was announced that an executive Into the chapter a* I member. I selected to secure money for the
SCHOOL PIANO PURCHASE FAMILY REUNION DINNER I board meeting would beheld Honor guests present wen: Mn. budget and invite all church mem- ?
DISCUSSED BY P. T. A, BOARD HELD IN KABANJA on Nov. 22, the place to be Robert Bell Mrs. Isabella Wheeler, ben to attend the parish supper

done the I I A family reunion dinner was announced later. Mrs. Herma M. Erlcson and Mrs. I to be held In Hospitality House on : .
work by committee
The held lit the home of Mr. and Mn. Those present at the meeting Mabel Southward. Nov. 17.Those. '
appointed to bring about the C. T. Anderson In Naranja Wed- were: Mrs. Casper Williams, Mrs Others present were: Mr. and I present were: Dr. and
purchase of a new piano for the H. M. Glbbs Annie Nabors Mrs A.. Fates ,
nesday. I Mn. ,, O. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Frank Hausman, the Rev.
school auditorium was reported at Those present were Mr and Mr*. John Williams, Mn. J A. Mc B Caves Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Livingston .I Lee
of the Homestead P. : and Mrs. R. F Blackford Mrs
the Neil), Mrs Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
executive board Mn. H. B. Hilson, of Columbus, H. Lehman Mrs. W. J. Clark, Mrs.
T. A. Wednesday
clinic Ga., Mr. and,Mn. F. C. Hilson, of J. P. Anderson Mrs. J.P. Dye, Mrs.J Thompson, Mrs. Minnie Gossman J. A. Hooks, Mrs. Virginia Walton.
the room.
In Mn. Julian H. Webster and Mn. Miami; Mr and Mn. J. L. Hilton,!: E. Davis, Mn E. S. Capllnger, Mrs. Marion Schortinghouse, Mn. Mrs. Ruth Scott Miss Bertha Mill
Mrs. Elliott, Mn Eskers Mn. Janet Crull Mrs. Mae .
Mr. and Mn. C. L Savory.Mrs.
Hausman, Miss Wilkinson Franklin -
t-W. a Mills, the committee members Hibon'l I Mrs. Field Mrs. Richards, Orella O'Brien Mrs Gee W.
Mr. and Mn. J. Q. Hilson Avery, ,
would Jones, W. R. Bird Leslie Stanley -
said they investigate/
Mn. Showalter Mn. Ranson, Turner, Jr., Mn. Nancy Rickard.I ,
and Mn C. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs., Edw. Stllini.it. L. Cook, Carl- ;
at the
further report
i Mxs Mn. Hindman Mrs. Logan Mn. Harold Sheffield Mrs. L. L.
T. H. Brantley, Mn. Lester Brad- Rice ton Singleton Joe Qauzens and
meeting.B.. M. Hindjnaa heported4hat It dy Miss Ethel Anderson, Miss I Mrs. Williams, Mn. Pacettl I Bow, Mrs. Frank Schneider, and I Mr. Brldger.I .
Mrs. Lyon Miss Jennie Lobdell Robinson Farmer.
Margaret Hilson. Edward:
Hilson I
would be possible' to receive approximately -
fifty dollars a month Eugene and Buford Hilson, Billy and Miss Livingston.MR FORMER MISSIONARY SPEAKS:'I I MRS CEO. WRIGHT HOSTESS
from the community chest fund. I and Jack Hllaon Thomas Under-'I' AT ST. JOIIN'q,CHURCH BUFFER 1 TO NEIGHBORHOOD CIRCLE: '

The board decided riot to extend I wood Charles Brantley and Mr. FRANK IIAt'SMAM! : TOENTERTAIN Mist Eleanor Wilkinson ot Hollywood i Mrs. Oeo. Wright 'was hostess to A
credit to any student in the and Mrs. Anderson. MUSIC CLUB a to |the Redland Neighborhood Circle .r .lat
school cafeterl! lot: / a. period I I The Monday Music 'Club win,. the Philippine 'iJlln'd :: the I I her home Tueday; afternoon '
longer than 15 daft, after hearingthe 'MRS. DAN WILLIAMS IS I IHEELECTED meet Monday afternoon at 3 guest speaker at the covered dish Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott read an
report given by Mn. Russell o'clock at the home of Mn Frank supper and meeting of St John'sEpiscopal article on prayer; Mrs. Wright read
Andenon, cafeteria chairman.W Mn Dan Williams was elected I Hausman on Kings Highway with Church Friday night In I several poems on prayer, and Mrs,
R. Bird, president, read a president of the Woman's Missionary Miss Bertha Mil Hausman as the Homestead Future Farmer i Sam J. Davis played several violin -
letter from the Dade County Milk Society for the third consecu-' joint hostess Clubhouse.Miss selections. I '[
fund board, requesting represent live year at a meeting Tuesday I Mrs. R. E.: Edwards Mn. W E. Wilkinson displayed articles Cake and ,hot chocolate: were
lives to be at. the meeting at the afternoon in the Homestead Meth- Rheney; and Mn. L. ,L. Hood will that were made by the natives served -1
Central High achool on Tuesday. odist Church. : give current events on the Islands. Talks on the Others present were: Mrs. J, A. I
Mr. Bird appointed Mn. Russell I Other officers elected wen: Mrs. I Mn. Frank Webb will give II mission work of the church were Rotherfaam,.Mrs. W. E. Gaby and ,
Anderson and Mn. Ben Archerto A. M. Logan, vice-president; Mn. reading "Suwanee River," Othen given by Mn. W. K Haas, Carlton Miss Eva Rotherham. i'I
attend the meeting. 1 B. M. Hindman, recording secretary I who will take part on the programare I I
Mr M. F. White !
Mrs. 'Archer ; Mm. Sam J. Davis, confer I : Mn. Lewis Brandenburg, Mrs.
and Mr. Bird will attend the district ence treasurer; Mrs. Lloyd Field, Lloyd Delta, Mrs. V. L. Harris, Green: Lantern REstaurant
meeting In Fort Lauderdale local treasurer; Mn. Virgil Lyon, Mn. A. M. Logan, Mn. Sam J. Davis -
today.It corresponding secretary, I and Mary Frances Rutland. \
was announced that I special Chairmen appointed wen: Mn Adjoining Hotel Redland

executive board meeting C. Hagler Rice, Christian social Mrs. Given Victor
would be held at 2:30 Wednesday, relations Mn. Ceo.
Immediately\ before the regular P. Proprietor'I
life Mn. Bessie Showalter
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meeting world outlook; Mn. J. J. Richards,
Thosepresent were: Mn. Paul Bible study; Miss Helen Livingston The conductresses and associate .
Reynolds, Mn. C. Hagler Rice, publicity; Mrs. J. M. Holding, conductresses of pistrlct 29 of the DR. C. H. DENBY
Mn. James Nesbitt?Mn. Ceo. D. program; Mn. J W. English, sup 0. E. S. were guests of honor at a
Ruehle, Mn. Ceo. N. Wakefleld, plies;; Mrs. C. D. Taken, local meeting of Ad Astra chapter of
Mn. C. J. Parman, Mrs. A. F. Arthur work; Mn. Jason Avery baby special Homestead Friday night In the Osteopathic Physician
Mrs. Archer, Mrs. Anderson, ; and pianist, Mn. Showalter. 1. O. O. F. hall.
Mn. Webster, Mn. Mills, Miss Plans for the supper to be heldon Mn. Lucy Chapman worthy I
Mabel Williams, E. B. Blackburn, Saturday; In the Hospitality matron of Trumbull chapter in I .
R. J. Hester, Mr. Hindman and House wen completed. Serving North Haven, Conn.? gave a short Phone 39 {
Mr. Bird.JUNIOR. will begin at 4:30 and tickets may talk. Short talks were given by I
be purchased from any; member the guests, who were presentedwith .
WOMAN'S CLUB The Jennie Lobdell Circle had gifts by Mrs a W. Mullins, :
TO JOIN FEDERATIONThe charge of the program Mn. R. J. I conductress: and Mn. J. W English I ( Brown's Drug: Store)
Junior Woman's Club votedat Elliott and Miss Livingstone gave associate conductress, of Ad II I Is
Its meeting Monday night In the
Homestead Woman's Club buildingto
join the Federation of Woman's 3dtMa
yibl = "" I tJ1
Clubs. 10 ttIsom t
Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Mn. W. inn ylrilM+tdi $W riidn0fw'ablL; ,ter

B. Caves, Jr., Mn. A. M. Logan is sit ()t v.v: A p .GU
and Miss Ellen Huff were appointed rfa #ttis R>ay matse 3a ec4 :.,..T.." + "OILy
to attend the meeting of the aria vt td
Federation of Woman's Clubs to be Yep lq. y +3 + t + rnA ialr+i< aanttl eidtareade

held at Fort Lauderdale on Nov. 14. et t o TVVY
Practice for the Cabaret to beheld
on Nov. 23: at the Hardee. a
Harris packing house was begun +
Friday. j

The cast for the cabaret under
the direction of Mrs Lillian Con- I I

nelly of Miami is Incomplete but lop
those taking part In the chorusi's I II1re. gtr dt are a
Mms Edna Forte Miss Constance ;' A
Hunter Miss Mamie Lou I
Posoy, Miss Jane Gatlin. Miss try i., Pwn"
jone Conner, Miss Charlotte Mar-// ? e tr
ronlmo Miss Yvonne Pollard
Annette Campbell Miss Kathleen
Freeman Miss Louise Pacettl Miss I r"bl to vaea ,. .,t0 i;dt ae1f.
Barbara Done, Miss Katherine seat '
Marsh, Miss Bonnie Groover, Miss
\ Here are headlines that mean can
Tflna Bullard I you
Miss Mary Frances __
Arthur, Harry Brown, Marvin CW have the home you want without waiting,

Prltchard McConnell Raymond Edm. Pacettl Wilson Noah Jimmy Woo t e A new home? Investigate the new building -

Peterson, George Wright and Lit- ,L,,,:. materials on the market .. .. see what
turn Nixon. Mrs. Robert Csssube 1 .v
S comfort be built into email
Mn. Harold Oxford, Mn. Herbert 1 w, can even a
Turner Mrs. Bruce Ennis, Mrs. home. Learn how your "rent money" will
Stanley Wittkop, Mn. Ansel Bar 'u where rle ,sge
row, and Mr*. T. J. Walker compose i ,n. b pay: for your home on the FHA Plan.

a chorus that will do two tJ A better home? Look at the fascinating home conveniences on display
numbers Mrs. E. A. Buchanan
and Stanley Wittkop will sing, and this year. Learn how you can buy repairs, remodel for greater

specialty Mr. and number.Mrs Wittkop will do a. living comfort, and install modern plumbing or heating--and.pay with

.-..-- monthly installments, the FHA way.

Make Reservations et Not We will be glad to help you obtain an FHA loan either for construct

I ing a new home or for making inn rovements to your present one.
Now For
I Ii Come iri ana let us talk it over with you.W.D.HORNE.

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Paws Ten --:: THE LEADER.};EMTERPlS Fridav,'Nowl'; ; 1939'

-''''' .t the horn of Mr Bowen to fin- PARTY CELEBRATE TENTH Sleepy Tine

I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS-I lab the study of the book. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Student: "Let's cut classes and
Pumpkin pie, coffee and tea Doris Singleton wa honored on take in a movie."
,.,.., ,.....-......"...--......-...............--.......-. were served. her tenth birthday anniversary at Second Student: 'iCan't do It, old
MEN'S CLUB PLANS TO 'I Those present were: llr. and Those present were Mr*. J. II. a party given at the home of her man, need the sleep."-Tiger.
BURN CHURCH MORTGAGE I Mn. T. D. Shackleford, Mr. and Scott Mrs. W. L. Smith, MM. Bry- I mother. Mn A. H. Singleton onCocoIlU't
Plans for tile burning of the Mn. Frank Mcllwam, Mr. and on Beam, Mn L. S. FiUhugh.drs. Palm drive. Mr*. Carlton am mtt .nn.va.v
mortgage on the church, Nov. 20 |I Mrt. J. Lawrence Scott, Mr and ; L. L Cannington Mrs R. Singleton slster-fti-laW of DorIs .
were discussed at I spaghetti dinner I I Mrs. T. D. Plebe Mr. and Mrs. A. U Everett Douberly Mn. S. T. was joint hostess.
ind meeting of the Men' Clubof 'Smith, Mrs. J. R. Dursey. Mrs. J. Gorday, Sr. Mrs J. W. Garrett, A color scheme of pink and EXPERTBARBERING
the Presbyterian Church Friday Tom Vann, Mrs. T. T. Bowen, Mrs. Mn. June Greer, Mrs. Jerry white wa carried out in the decorations -
night at the horn of Mn. A. Wm. McConnell, Mrs. Chai. T. ,Smith Mrs. Cha Martin. Mra. M. and refreshments. Various
A. Payne with Wm. Payne ai hoit. I Harper, Mrs. W. X. Lewis, Mn C. 'M. Bigger, Mrs. O A. Writ, Mr*. games were played during the
At the ceremony on Nov. 20, H. Denby, Mn. A. E. Paul, Mrs. 3. L. West Mn. C. X. Saunders, afternoon.
the church will be dedicated and Fred Redd. Mra Lamar Kendrick, I Mn. W. B Caves, Mn. Irwin, Mr. Guests were: Virginia Wallace,
the pallor, the Rev Ceo. Rick II n. CatherinePickard., Mrs.T. I Morgan and Mn. Bowen. Barbara Wells, Margaret Gaby,

ordained and Installed. E. Kirby, Misses Ann and Miriam Holmes, Ruth Craft, Zelma HAIRCUT ...... 40c
It was announced that some Katherine Shackleford, Mill Dora 'I MEMBERS OF FORMER and Carlo Bandar of* Miami,
acreage had been lined up for the Scott, Miss Virginia Done,., CLUB CHESTS AT BRIDGE Lewis Gaby, Joe Nesbltt, William SHAMPOO..... 40c i
farming project of the church. Miss Ellen Vann, Mill Teresa I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Faust entertained Ingram, Ray Pringle, and Douglas "
Anyone Interested In the project la Redd' Mia Julia France Sul- I at bridge at their home on Singleton. MASSAGE ...... 4 asked to get In touch with D. P. Ivan, D. R. Snyder, B. B. Pullen, : Wednesday the memben of the
Blake chairman.W. Dr. J. E Johnitone BIU and Dick former Teachers Bridge Club. OFFICERS ARE ELECTEDBY
M. Fifield presented a Pro- Scott, Howard Kirby, William Mc Mn. W. E. Rheney and J. R. EPISCOPAL YOUNG PEOPLE BUSH'SBARBER
feuor Quit program. CoL Ralph Michael, and Barbara Jean Smith. i Brooks were high score prize winners Miss Betty Brown was elected
Klngman and Man, Oenler told president of the Young People'
several stories and reasons. for HI-LEAGUE TO ENTERTAIN Those present were: Mr and Service League of St John' Episcopal i!
their coming her. INTERMEDIATE B. T. P. D. 'Mn. Let H. Lehman, Mr. and Mn.Ceo. church Sunday night in the
Mr. Rick announced that a The Hi-League of the Homestead N. Wakefield. Mr and Mn. church. :
church meeting would be held In Methodist church will entertain Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mn. Frank Other officer elected were: SHOP I
"' the members of the Inter.- 'Webb, Mr. aj 4 Mr*. W. R. Bird* vice-president,. Mia Vara Rheney;
i Members present were: A. T. mediate B. Y. P. U. tt the Flnt Mr. am. Mr "Rheney, Mr. and recording secretary Miss France
Arthur A. T Darling Ceo. M. Baptist church of Homestead at Mn. Brooks, wn. H. P. McDaniel Lamb; corresponding secretary N.:; KRQME AYE
Trick, Paul Haley, Vane Harris the regular League meeting Sunday and Mr and Mr*. Fault. Stanley lenDer treasurer Mill
/ R. Hlckton, I. M. HoUerty, J. VT. evening In the Method'it Wave Horton.It .
Irwin, W. H. Owen, Dr. Cart r. church. Mr. and Mr*. T. J. Faust entertained was announced that a deanery .
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Robinson Mr. Blake Mr. Flfleld, The subject for the program .., a fish fry at their home ,'meetlnr will be held In St ."""AAA .t..
Mr. Ricki, and Mr. Payne will beAlf.. Unfair in War," Monday evening After frying!|Steven' Episcopal church In' eo- !
Guests present were: Col. King- Those who will take part on'the fish In the outdoor fireplace bridge''coaut Grove Sunday evening.' .' .

man, Mr. Geialer, Don Ferreyra program, .an: Dorothy Sullivan was played. There were thirty- t
Fred Hendricki and Howell S. Virginia Milliard, Dorothy Kyle eight gueits. EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY SETS tI
Kopp. John McLean, Mary Robert and Mr. and Mr*. D. E. Bashot wen NOV. IT FOR PARISH SUPPER
.- dinner guest of Mr. and Mn W a.rerr I
Mary Jo Close, A quartette composed Plan for a parUa..supper were .C 4M
TREASURE HUNT'GIVENB7y of Jamie Richards Mary Jo O, Talbott on Sunday._ discussed at themeeting of the (
SORORITYA I Close, Dorothy Graham and Dor- I St. John' Epl.copalAuxiliary
"treasur hunt was given othy Sullivan will ling several I W. M. U. VOTES TO HELP Friday afternoon at the home of
Monday night by the Kappa Phi numbers. EQUIP NURSING ROOM Mra W. W. Hastings In Redland.The .
Delta Sorority as the last in'* series After.the program, refreshments The Woman'a Missionary Union covered-dish upper will.beheld .
of nuh pertiei The, group will be served in the recreationalroom In general session Wednesday In pn Nov. IT in HospltslityHouse '
met at the home of Mill Nina Dyal of the Sunday school build the First Baptist church of Homestead at 7 o'clock. '

and later returned there for refreshments ing.The voted to help equip. th* Those present at the meeting 1
and dancing. group will attend the Methodist nursing room of the W P. A. gun Friday wen: Mn. W. K. Bass,
The "tnasur a box of nonde- church 1 In a body, I Ing project.It Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield Mrs.J. ,:E. JACKS N ILLE'S
script Jewelry and a box of candy was voted also to observe a Gauzeni, Mn Lee H. Lehman LEADING HOTEL
woo won by Mill Doris Wart and LOCAL PRESBYTERIANS TO BEAT week of prayer from Dec. 4 to 6. Mn. R, F. Blackford, Mn J. A. "
Theodore Knowle. W PALM BEACH RALLY On day of the week will bet t Hooks, Mn. Virginia Walton. Mr. CL njuv iotif *
in se
Those present were: Mia Miry "Personal Evangelism" will b* aside to honor Little Moon a W. J. Clark, Mn. W. W. Hastings, >
Frances Arthur Miss Claudia the topic of the address of Dr. J. missionary in ChIne: Sr., Mn. R. B. Brown, and Mrs SUMMER ISJliJIri f
Conner Mill Betty Brown, Mill V. Johnson of the Westminster Mn. Bert Andrew had chargeof Hastings. COMFORT ma M* kk Uroruu

Jamie Richards, Mill Mary Grace Presbyterian Church In Miami al the program on, "What Southern .*my 114
English: Miss Barbara Don, Miss the taU rally of the Southeast SI Baptist Are Doing in Europeand Mrs. J. F Hammett directed a mom"Mrs.
Louise Barnes, Mia Effle Mae Wa- i John' Presbytery to be held in Africa to Carry Out the Great t program on hidden taxes after the now"l ..,..... va.r
ten, Miss Jan Oatlln, Miss Edwina West Palm Beach tomorrow. Commission." Others on the.program business session of the Homestead *colas
Close, Miss Rachel Gorman, I The part ycrting people will play wen: Mn. J. R. Chambliss, B. P. W. C Monday evening. COCKTAIL LOUNGE sod
Miss Katherine Marsh, Misses Annette in the coming Presbyterian evangelistic Mn. Or Frazeur, Mrs, J. Tom COFFEE SHOP
and Jeanette Campbell. MUt' crusade will be discussed. Vann and Mn. T. E. Klrb,..
Lucille West, Mill Virginia Dor- !' Three In One 0.1Ito A a ,_ asl.
Those who will attend from
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aey. Mix Elizabeth Mcllwatn, Mill CHURCH PROGRAM I -c. .s.-to
Homestead an: Mine Lois and Three men named Jones, all in i
Jane Keely Miss Mary Elizabeth INCLUDES DRAMA
Dorothy Behrtna Mia Betty Lou the tame line of business, opened
Kyle, Miss Bon Marjorie Conner Mill Mamie Lee I Wanda Sickle Miss Avis Bitting, presented Inhe Redland Com on the right had the name Jones Quick! Easy! Spick-
Fosey Miss Louise Pacetti, Miss Mha Julia Lucas Miss Phyllis Jensen munity church Sunday in a rally painted In large letters over the
Lola Carpenter Mill Yvonne Pollard i Charlie Bchrens and Dan Lufcai. day program. door. The one on the left immediately And-Span Shaves
Miss Betty Jane Meybem.1' They will be accompanied by M.... Ootch Kufeldt took the part did the same thing
Miss Frances Lamb Miss Warr Mr Fred Lucas and Mrs. T. L. of Mother Jones; Allen Harford The sign writer then approached With This NewGillette I?
Miss Dyal, William McMlchaeLWhitney Hodges. was Father Jones; Albert January. the center Mr. Jones, asking him
Beam, Rufus Sullivan i| -. Jimmy Jones Mist Marie Bor If he would like his name painted
Pierre McDaniel, Roy Martin, Tom Ii STUDY SESSION HELD gardt, Ruth Jones; Wesley January alao. '
and Billy Moftett, J. T. Godwin j i BY W. M. U. CIRCLE ONE Junior Jones; Willard Norman "No." said the wily one, "I want I i

Fred Fucha, Emory Dcaring Howard A mission study session was a neighbor; and the Rev. C you to paint the word 'entrance' \
Went, Billy and John Walton, I G. Nelson,the minister door." Grit
held by Circle One of the W. M. over my -
Edward Kirby, Oscar Clonlngcr I II
U. of the Flnt Baptist Church ot! 'Blade i
Herbert Booth Carl Deden, Noah
Peterson, Fred Borgardt, Charles Homestead Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. T. T. Bowen.
Little, Edm. Pacettl, Clinton Bishop I
Roy Campbell, and Theodore- Mrs. Frank Irwin had charge of! WEEK-END:
Knowles.BAPTIST. the study course. Mn Pete Morgan SPECIALSIN II I It.
leader, had charge of the Ii
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business session.
CHRISTMAS The circle will meet on Nov. 2DR.MA.BERGER USED CARS i

Plans fur a white Christina were .
At % Pricel
discussed at a meeting of the ; I
Teachers and Officer Council of : I
the First Baptist Church of Homestead I I CtnwnYMbar
Monday night In the Sunday Dentist '
Cat lastq'A.d,
school building FOKDSON TRACTOR Rood tea At*"Lev
-- Condition $123
1 AH gift for the white Christmas .
mica lM 4.roraseistytelwe
should be brought to the church Office HoursFirst 8 ::10--4 ::10
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the week before Christmas so 1937 FORD SEDAN-Good Condition, i
"' that they can reach the) orphanag lea

t by Christmas National Bank Clean ........................ ............................ $373 ;
b A program will be presented by

: the Sunday school department on i Building I 1931 PLYMOUTH TUDOR, SEDAN........ $130
Christmas Ev In the church.A .
covered dish Open get on comfortable,
upper was Evenings by AppointmentBe I II II YOU
served.DR.R.S.AKERS. I If I 1933 PLYMOUTH SEDAN... ....:........... $100 -looking shave after
I' another with the Thut Gillette
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f I Blade.And at only lOc for four
aure that your eyes are ai .J---- you save real money Made
i read M your &brake*--have them with edge of a new kind .
tested at least ewe risk year different and better This
DENTIST Gillette protect your skin from
DR. F. P. ARCHER the smart and Irritation caused
Offkw Hours: I a. IlL t. f ,. as. AND SON Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest by misfit blades.Buy a package

Sundays t to 11 from your dealer today.Gillette .

Closed SalariUjiFree Consulting Optometrists '
'quit 1111n GlItlf "ad., AI> I
W. Flautist St. Miami Ha.McwVM .
Parking Space Chevrolet Dealer Florida East D 1h. Mo.fl 01 Thi "
j' on Coast I $
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. I Friday. November 10. 1939 THE, LEADER-ENTERPISE Pace Eleven '1

! l Homestead High-Lights J JI' CLASSIFIED ADS i t : I:


.,. In line :
Mrs Bird, -fit'i1d.'an'd"i.r.i!
HOMESTEAD .rt -music. Referring to the first "
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE thought, instrumental 1 Wynn, home room teacher for '
Instruction FOR
fifth and sixth I District Miami home Eleanor
1939-lM j grade, are planning or -
possesses many of the advantage 'I
I to give a minstrel how the Froacher Oversea Highway .a
December 12, Dclray-There of athletic, in that It require FOR RENT-Office or desk space
Fed land Here. first of Deortmber' The proceed In downtown So. of HomenteUd Ph. S2fl-J
15. tecllon.
December deep breathing physical and mental I Phone I
I are to be used for athletic fund I n3tf
January 2, Open. alertness. and team work. It
Oil, January 5, Miami Beach-There, also teaches the student how to I Mrs.. Thurman' pupil thor

!, January I, Miami High-Here. I plan, give, and carry; out order oughly enjoyed the birthday celebrations FOR RJN'r-.Fumlale\1: house' I MISCELLANEOUS\ !
Jan. II, St. Patrick's-There. lit develop elf-reliance and a this week The birthday! Apply at Dr. M. A Berger' red-
Jan. 11, Pone de Leon-Here. sense of responsibility I of Kenneth Grave, John Hodges. I dance, Tenth and Krome ave. I SEE!: AND BUY at en.nk1ftVarl..-

t" Jan. 19, Lake I The cultural value of instrumental i and David Fredericks were duly (32tX) I ty OroWtI' Florida City.
I celebrated with a pretty colored (*7tn
Jan. Key; LaUderdalHer..1 I Instruction are unlimited. I l I
Jan. 23, Fort ,Beside bringing about an appreciation I cake drawn on the board GOOD cool, roomy apt for rent. RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished

.y I" Jan 28, of music, It develop poll I An attractive chart, explaining I Private bath, reasonable nt*. or unfurnished. I have year
Jan. 30, Andrew and concentration and open new the use of capital letter, the pe t Ask: at Western Union. (m7U 'round client. Benjamin W.
Feb. 2, Miami field for Speculation and Imagin riod and question mark in sentences I Morris! registered real estate

f', Feb. t, St. J.Cluon-There'l ation.,. ha been placed in Mr*. FOR SALE broker, N. Krome ave. next to

Feb. 6, Fort I A* a mean of self-expression, I Thurman' room. Q' Baptist Church. (Julttf)

Feb 0, Key music I* firmly established in the Absentees In this grade, due to PLACE YOUR ORDER now for
r Ftb.: 13, Miami I High-There. illness Jim Morris '
curriculum. Music a* a mental are: and Stanley home-grown turkey and duck, WANTEDMAN
Feb. 15, Lake Worth-Here. Pacettl. for
discipline 1* Invaluable Thanksgiving Shanklln
Jan. 16, Ponce de Leon-There. Added thought Grove, Florida City, p-n7 WANTED for RawlelgH

k Feb. 20, Delray\ -Here. Parental What could be a more HOME ECONOMICS Route In North Dade county,

Feb. 23, Andrew J.cklOn-Here. Ideal Christmas gift for :your child DEPARTMENT FOUR GREAT BITS Miami. Real opportunity for

J" -- than a musical Instrument Get I National Education Week was Only 1,999., Fair frame house, 5 right man.lteW; help you getitartod.

it I SPEECH STUDENTS GUESTS In your order now, and have the celebrated by the 8th grade Home acre grapefruit big producingtrees Dept .I

|,,. AT EDISON. FLAT instrument by Christmas Economic class on Thursday some avocado, orange FAK-10J-OK, Memphis, Tenn.
:: ,'. Dramatic classes enjoyed I The I 11200 Fair 4-room trim house T or tee Henry Xufeldt Home- j
seventh grade music clan member had demonstration -
.: real treat Friday, Nov. 3, when will listen In on the music appreciation I lesson in the Important point acre garden land and 13 acre Head. Fla. (pn-10-dl i iI
.' they were guest of Miami Edison fruit land.
;V to see the play "Campu Nitwit I 1 I Walter Damroecb.hour conducted by Dr. I of good All grooming for the the, 'teen agegirl 12500 I acre grapefruit, 7 acre HAVE client who will buy If
The theme ofFriday' during day guestswere
** Valencia 15 your place suit and U priced] Y
t 'After the orange, acre* fruit
play; I -reception waigiven welcomed
program will be 'Toy cordially to the
.' to all vUlton.I In Music This program come I department. Light refreshment land, popular oiled road and power right Please bring or phone your
listing to Eleanor Froacher,
line, no building
.' 'Thl!* li an annual event. For five over WIOD tram I until S o'clock were served to visitor Oversea So, of Home-
13000, B acre grove neat cottage, Highway i
,4.' year Homestead speech classes I The doll dressing contest, sponsored Urge packing house and garage itead Ph. 828-J. n-1-24
; have been guest of Miami Edlio LIBRA YR NEWS by this group end this IL A. CAMERON

,Mt\t at its regular autumn' play. In Recent addition to the library I w ek. Class member have received Phone 71 Homestead FU. (aIN) TUTORING WANTED high
it-,.tin swing we ar*, M
'. compliment by Inviting. them tot I Mrs. Bleler. They are "Moth. from the project which Includedthe FOR SALE Tropai: plants, citrus I Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. R,
, t...'BOW plays. r.... 'V: f I.F Carey' Chicken," by Wlggln; authentic costuming of doll to tree and troplcai milt ID''r Plummer drive and Country

High 'School speech classes are "Pollyanna," by Porter; and "Bird represent various nationalities and season Jungle Grove Redland Club road.

'4 starting york on debate., Fort I. Neighbor," by; Blanchan. Walter periods. road and Plummet- drive. .

w1..L'Iwwderdala.bas..chaBeaged'<< ur t* Brannan donated one volume, NOTICE 01' APPLICATION, 1'0. '
"Black ...Sljlrt Black Skin." by COO'CIU 'EWS SACRIFICE Flee( Key Largo, TAX DIIP rile sells
'! STUDENT +elar4e r Ise pr/von drat Dace
1 1I :1"1IIi'b'" Latter : There wad II' committee'report home'suitable tot fishing1 dp will_and. .Mary_ : . hM sift. f.C;
of Dralnas Tax OnttftoMmIMS.
I A. ".,.;JMJ5-.wux..V.: I made by the. chairman, Jamie o* Club. Will trade tor RedlandIN a Narbrnsd Zed the Ird ... '"f Aa.
1I National .Book Week: will be ELEMENTARY I Richards This committee wa ron. A. I),'ins.and km tiled MM OrtlfhM
SCHOOL NEWS In ray alflM, haa orde mealwt4wt.a h
Tax rIRCI'WIT Tale
celebrated in a biff way by the.ft" The pupils In Mrs,. Edward'. I formed to work out the problem JI'' I14L CIRCUIT IN or ANB lire FOR ard t. ...... 11oo.I.In answda..e wise

I y Combined effort of Redland School, I'OOm.,.. greatly interestedmaking in j of the way; the student run to 4HANOCIY II*PR COUNTY N* WMLDOHOTHV FLORIDA IN law. dnsarlbed"W C.rtilloaY omp-ry...brava._....the 4.toolIna _. -

1 Ubnry, Homestead school library a poster on citizenship I i the cafeteria for lunch. The report MAS tlVSMg, PMntlff, CountFlorida, said that the high school ".. mk S. HlMon't Add to Kendall
and city library These
Homestead ; Mia Jackaon'a clan welcome' MARTIN t GIVENS Tkfundnnt.ORIIt Plat Boot. a. P..e I Wad II! Dad.i..U .-
@roups are.g. a party to,I a new student Bobby Whitfield, would be divided into four groups OP Pf'HLICATIONTOO ty, eraser Plorlda..TlM .
be of Neva Each 1 to be of MARTIN L. O1VKJ4H, a .as.nt af "w. linaV
given in the patio King I from Florida City group composed C ".. 0. th. sold! CMtlfkata : TC.: Mn
Cooper school on Nov. 17 at 3:13 Some of the fifth grade boys,'I three or four classes These group IT W ORDFRKD Mal flit row as1pwnlM of Unknown Unions Mid Cwttfkw ......
I be r.d..need .eord/ns/ ta tax dad will
o'clock. An Interesting program Gene Reynolds, Donald Neeley and would alternate back and forth letting m NownWr' both bale, W. the ..... th.r.>.a oa tha sib any II N_......
,-.-, 1* being prepared Refreshments ,Roland Harris have made each group have its turn in ""abed.rod: A. D. 1MB.
new I old of OrtiiUr A. D ...
,*.a f Voted UOIo day I.
will be nerved The public It cork shelve and table for Mrs Fl- being first I Hnnu*.ra4 ..l.nilir......... It 4..li..u C. B: LIATIirHMAN.
; dlally Invited. field'i room. I I A motion was passed that this d as tn.. n wiMMr hi which this' order Clark. rf limit Cart,
: Da'" Counts Florida.cumuli .
ih ll b* published MM a WMS for lour *
/ .. Mrs. Cooper' home room la glad this recommendation be put before eon.eeativt _k.. ( cows ftWII
.: MUSICAL NOTES to welcome two new student. I the faculty for approval .This Uw 17th day "* O tt, E:. trATHKHMAN, fort 4, IS 10 IT N. SIChlMW
; ,' The Homestead High School: Betty Joe Delta from Virginia and : EDUCATION PROGRAM: .B Chat of Olnmlt Cwrt. I
4' a BROADCASTA I..... Oountir, fflorld. NonCI 0. API'I.H'4TIOH Poll
1r Band la participating in the obaervance Edna Verdi from New York. The TAX DART/;
iCInult Court wanby !
'! + of National Education students In Mr*. Cooper' geography I special program In celebra- R. H. RICA, J.. D uutr' e..... IT4M-ArU ml Mil-A ales
Week H. M. CAKIl. BolW-llor fur Plnlntlff I howler rhea| that Amend IX
,. Week. The Band played four class have recently finished tion of National Education ,
(dot. M II : Nov s, 10, 11. 111I.>, Font hold.r of (UK 14 Count Tex
i 1A 1a 1r 1t number during the assembly pro booklet on African Congo They I waa broadcast over W Q A M on Cmlflrnu Mo SUM kiiw4 the bell day .<

f gram Thunday at 1030: a program I also completed a mural depleting Tuesday IJU: a. m. Students fl had the privilege of hearing this Jilr;.A and. B has loin sad, hM.v filed llrii t km un lot' In a ton MroffTm.

for "Open Home" at the November scenes. I Mr. Blackburn' Dramatics clouBIRD'S I program over a radio donated by dad to W (...... thereon KiM. CorlHUiMMibrMM ,..

ichooL I. .- I Mr*. Mill Th aeventh grade In th. (..Nfoll.wlns." .t Undo.ilmrllwd Bur of pro f'Ior1do ry,
The Band gave a short concert I' English classes ambled In Mr ....It, .
I. 31 and l Ilplet
hat Saturday; In front of the City Rutland'a home room And listened l-.rk?U t sawn.. blOto.cIjJ'.l. PowN la
I the Conntr, of II 1..rida,
Hall, and another one Wednesdayat to the program over a radio : .. niln
The a un iit of Hid pmiiorty
noon In front of the Legion Hall furnished by Mr*. J O. Barnes.Min the paid I rrnlflnta' (wad wu in UK saws
just before the Rotary club met. I Bowi ninth grade home all r. C Brown
I ..
Vales paid awtlfkato *.11! !b. n darnel
No study Included in the curriculum I economics girl had the privilegeof wcordUf to law the t>roomy wrll...d
of either grade or high' IndorsedUSED hearing this broadcastover therein will ... mid to program .
the Court haws due r u. the rlrM Monday
school ha 10 much general educa a radio furnished by MlaaWilliam In Uw nionth ., Drrmk. I Ml, w. Uonal value a* the study of Mualc. *. II the ah day of D.eabrr. ,Intl
tale Itch dar "f ilrlh-r. ua.
Dr. K:,. A. Noble layi. "The valueof 1:. B. 1.IATHEIUIAN.

music ai a part of education I* CARSOur I.Clerk.... Ca..t.1 Or,.alt YIw4.. rri. ,
now commonly recognized, and In II 1 Cinn c..rt 4111..
schools of all grade, American nard ear always represent food value, but the (set 50. I1 ; Nw R. PARXaa 1, In, ltirl D. "'
y boys and girl are receiving helpful one listed below are nnmuallr choice and we recommend -
training in some form of say one of them for your consideration.

music." educational ............................................. EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING
In analyzing the
value In the study of music one
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find, first, physical 95 well a* cry ; ;
mental development; second the radio. NOTARY PUBLIC

acquiring of I cultural understanding Prompt service on all

A of one of the greatest 1932 MODEL B FORD COUP -\'ery good Fire Insurance and makes specializing on

condition; cheap. Kindred Lines automobile radios .

A Trial Two 1938 BUICK 4-door Touring Sedans- SI N. Kreme Are. L. C. Dodd

MeansA both good buys; in excellent condition. Homealead.Flewer Bid*. Florida

1935 CHEVROLET, 6-wheel, 4-door Sedan- I I

a Customer Cleanest in town; excellent condition.

I 1936 Plymouth 4-door touring ledan-original I EDWARD STILING

AT condition tires
paint; good ; good

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:. Station PRESTON B_. BIRD .MOTORCO. Real Estate General Insurance

South Krome Ave. Phone 1$ NOTARY PUBLIC
and Third St.Fbone .
S. Exams Ave
Cor. Palm A vel and Ave. B Florida CUf, Fla.HIONF9 .
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Paw Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday. November 10 1939


Tallahassee, Nov '.-AtrIca.atree. 2Sc 25c
will grow" In Florida anFlorida .j
pine Wilt crow" In Africa ,
it the present planting research of [I FACTORY PACK GOLDEN KEY OB SILVER COWMILK DEL MONTH
the Florida Forest and Park Service -
proves favorable Through r
exchange of teed three varieties '
of mahogany have been secured Coffee
from Rhodesia In South Africa forexpenm.ntal
planting at several

points The In teed South Wit Florida.aecured through --__...... 3IC Cans for u..Z.C. Lb. can 2Sc.-
the cooperation of the Rev. Frank (Save the Column)
Meachem of the Mount Slllnda Institute IVORY .
In South Rhodesia,the conservator ALL GOOD
of forests at Salisbury In OctagonSOAP
South Rhodesia, and the assistant : SOAP SPIN3CH
conservator of formta at Nldola In 10
Northern Rhodesia Mahogany

from seedlings these secured seven yean ago 2 Lg..Cakes -.15cCOUNTY No.2% Can. ..............J:5cALL : GIANT BARS
lame sources and planted -
by a plant research agency. In : :3 --.11c
County have grown to be at
much at 30 fel' In height and give
promise that mahogany hit a possibilIty i PineappleWHOLE OctagonCLEANSER
of being a commercial reforestation Corn2No.2Cans..I7c '
specie for the warmer .
portions of Florida.At BUCKS -

operators the,request seed from of the five African of Floe co- : No..2, Can .G.._.......---15C;: 3 Cans ..11cOctagon : ""t'

Id*'* pine longleaf slash, pine or : '.
!black spruce and land pine, are ALL GOOD-TKESH ;
being lent to that continent. The GABLESTomatoes '
land pine wa IleUM through the Prunes SOAP CHIPS 'f
V. S. Forest Service from the vicinity :I
of Ocala and the others were Giant Size.I 8C
collected In Columbia and .
Counties In the vicinity; of Baker the No.CANS No.2Cans ...............1.3<:

state nursery at Olustee. 3 for .. .....I.'c ALL

+ The maritime commission announced COUNTY KISTpens Cocktail Van CampRED t
this week that St. Petersburg -

boa been chosen a* the No.1 Tall Can -_......-... .13 BEANS.
(it* for I training school for the
Merchant Marine. Classes will be '
limited to BOO a ;year. Each apprentice SYLVAN FARMS 2 Tall Cans,17CSPAGHETTI.
2 Cans ....I
receives $21 per month |c i *. -. ,:
Roll Butter
while In training with traniporta-
Uon, clothing and living .
accommodation '
*. TOur I \ ..; t

Grapes Lb. .....__ .. _.......'>_.'."......,31c 2 Tall Cans"7C : t

2Lba. ..13c: BONED AND ROLLED FRESH PORKHEM Pork and Beans .

1% Veal Roast |Lb. Can .... 5c
i ata Lb. .. ..
..... 24c
10 S 1Ayap4
Lb. Can...
5 Lbs. .......'I4c SWIFT PREMIUM 5c ,

Beef Chuck RoastPer --ar.


Pound .........-......ZSc HEINZ
> a take to many \
-marvelous things lot ARMOUR SMALL SHAMELESS Tomato Juice
f_77 granted nowm-dayt,
The airplane,for tx Picnic HamPound 3 for ......21'CVinegar
ample,the iiuomo-
bilc-and electric set HUBBARD

vice.Think how the .................... 9cI'DSH
magic of electricity SQUASHPound

has been made utter I i CIDER OR WHITE:
j_ I ly dcpcndablc-hoir
i rate have become 5c Pork Shoulder I Pints ...... 9c
cheaper and cheaper
while the quality ol GOLDEN RIPEBananas'

service rendered has 'Half or Whole, Lb. ....-.__18c: MustardJar
become better in
every WI y. ........ .c

It didn't'just happen. The 3 Lbs. -.....I3c BACONSWIFT PREMIUM I
trained men and women of the
Sunshine Service organization I .
t .re on the job night and day to .
I bring you better service,greater: LONG CRISP Lb. ....Z5c Lb. _... .%9c sprY: S PR\'sltOml'NG;( '
benefits and lower coin : '
a 1219" u.C"FtIESESN

,trr.A7is Swag AND ,,52 c 23 c .
> IOC 59c
.. .n. ,
: GIOaGIAYams' .75c OR ,

: @ m Pa*.. .
[ c' : J .

fryers i*. ......sscat &BINSO 1

[ 5 Lbs....JL7CVWWWUWVWMVWWVWWWWV Hens: Lb. ._..-.300 j "" '
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