The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00253
 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 17, 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: UF00087294:00253
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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T Turkey Days Slated Here,';!''CAiiDATESTOBENAMED

k But Business Sticks' to 30th FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION ,;


MAYOR MUM Engineer Reveals Construction Plans '

For New Florida City-Largo Highway WEATHER Nominees to be sought 1

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ONSELECTINGSPECIAL Confirming a "scoop" story United States Army Engineering: ji,-j11.. i iiTiHe. I; Council Seats "

I carried In The LeaderEnterpriselast Corp* .. 11 U 114 \\31.1s1
week announcing that a new "A road, of will be built I t :
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road will be constructed b'omI front Florida1 :to the hew 72'//SU.I
: f DATE Florida City; to Key Largo :E- S. bridge and the railway roadbed Hho II I 1st 1 FOR ANOTHER frfcRA.Brooker1 ;
I Hoe II ._ Us
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Fraser road will be used," Mr. Fraser IIUS
state department en' said I
gineer, disclosed at a meeting with ""* will go into the matter of the Neva pawl II I I. t 171 131.1.I I lviof sri lo ftelatn.t \x
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United States engineer Tuesday road building after the bridgework I I Isut Positions
Local County and Bank He. II I 1 72 !IUS I for Two
I In Homestead
that will
,, a highway get underway. At present More Years
Workers Get Extra be built on the roadbed of the we haw mod no definite arrangements *

Holiday abandoned Florida East Coast concerning the road. other ;:
Th time-honored town caucus
f Railway than for the route It will follow it
CHtJRCHESr.RRANGESERVICED/ The meeting was for the: pur will be however, of 'modern design for the t.rpot.,1It selecting Ctndidates .... i
pose of hearing the state depart- sufficient to take care of 1 In the January municipal
I TAKENBYDEATHINGEORGIAHOME election has been called
tor i
NOV. 29 merits application to build abridge fait through traffic The route
p. m. Dec IS at the/ Neva
at Jewfish Creek. It was will shorten travel to Key West by Klntf
Schools to Mow Cone's held at the city hall and was conducted six miles" ,' Cooper school auditorium1 by'

i Proclamation on by Lt. CoL T. D. Slinking Mr. Fraser In detailing the tentative 'I Mayor Tom Harris
and CoL George A. Brown, of the plan of the state to build I Two candidate for mayor and'two
Observance candidate each for five ..abl ,
the bridge, aid the would 77
span Stephen M Alsobrook, former In
the city council will be telettrd
,1 Generally, Thanksgiving;; will WORKERS\ POISED !'cost be electrically operated and would Redland grove owner and teal by ballot at the caucus The two ,
observed approximately 150000.Flans J
be in Homestead on Nov. submitted to the state developer, died recently at additional posts In the council will
30, but there are many persons engineering department I his home at Tlfton be .retained by Henry Brooker Jrn "'still;
wmt ,04 Homestead
Tier who will be "off on NOT,13 FOR CANVASS\ IN t"dpuble'leaf and Benjamnl W. Morris In accordance
I IREDCROSSDRI bascule drawbridge, providing friend learned I
t Mayor Harris said h* isn't going with the Custom of giving a '
to set aside any special day for minimum horizontal clearance of Mr. Alaobrook came to the Red second term to the candidates who Jt I'
80 feet between faces Of the fenders
the holiday and he "doeint see I{ -I land District in 1.11 and pur. receive the.highest and next td the I
I a vertical clearance of
why he should" But h* said he ,highest number of vote In the
chhased 40 II
favor Nov. 30 because that ti the 1|limns feet above the plane of mean acres of grove land election. 1'
The annual American Red I I 1 low water, he laid ,and a horn on Avocado Drive, t
day the school will
observe due )r'
to Goy:.Cone"t proclamation Cross roll call m the Redland District I The engineer said he Was in fav- I near Bedland Road He sold his All person who have resided'within
holdings In 127 and went to Tit the city limit Of Homesteadsix t
Last which started Armistice Day or of raising the Vertical clearance
May the businessmen's
I month and within state I
unit of the local chamber: ot will swing Into full stride tomorrow I to 12 or 14 feet which would allow ton where he began pecan grow.1ng the1 at
c commerce least ont year may take part In tile
on k terse scaleWhile .
act holiday closing dates when a canvass of place of I the majority of boat using the
business and home will start I creek to beneath the bridge in this section Mr Also caucus. The last caucus wa
and .
designated Nov. 30 the
called by Mayor for Dec
brdok' bought and sold considerable
for Thanksgiving A majority of Mist Pearl Whitaker, chairman of without raising the leaves. .
i 1937.While.
them will abide by this, decision the local campaign, announced. I Two Key boatmen, J. Roy Tracy real estate In Homestead he
no announcement
The First National Bank ot Home Comparatively little progress to* !and E A. Lowe, were the only persons built the arcade which bore his has i:
I I been mad of potential Candidate, .
, name until purchased by the McCrory -
stead will remain closed ward the goal of 600 members for attending the hearing who '
on that I it I believed that Harris
the district was made during the voiced their opinion the Interest, and he also built
on '
date but pro
it Will go one step further .
will hit ham be
permit to plui-ed
past week becatfs the rbrpt of posed bridge. Both advocatedthat "the building which now houses the
and close On NoV S3,la line with
in nomination *t the caucus The
worker hid not ben organized, the clearance should be at Redland Citrus Grower Auoclation
other bank of the greater Miami Y,
:Mr. Alsobrook largest five councilmen Who sr* eligible
area In observing two dates the chairman IIld. So1kltl .was (Continued on Page Two) I I for re-election are Thomas t. l'I
real estate transaction the
mad only at meetings W Oil Red- wa
;,A heck ot ThahRsglvlni rservance Kirby ,Frank B. Rue, W R. Bird,
land District Lions Club on Tuesday sal of 400 acre Of land for 1230: I r
Intentions of local persons 'night and the Homestead Rotary IVERSON CHOSENTO 000 In I>21 to J W. Young, who J. O Wynn and E. C. Chronister.
and businesses revealed only Club, Wednesday noon. Mist I developed the tract into the city I The city election I I. listed for r
one person who favored two turkey of the second Tuesday ItS January
Whltaker, who attended the meetIng -
days.. He I* a prpntinent'Iocalgrocer. with an assistant, reported GIVE ADDRESSAT A native of Union County: North

He will remain closed on response to her appeal for new 'Carolina, Mr. Alsobrook spent his. ARMYOFCRIMEMENACESNATION
Nov however }
SO. !
along with oth-
Red Cross member wa "fair1 and DEDICATION early life In Texas. He came to .
er grocer ot the city, h* laid,
Florida In 1890 and settled lit
that She will leek a greater repre- t
.County employee who live. In MonIYt 'de. There he married
Mritation from 1
the two club later -
Homestead will aba --
be to be ,
Miss Whltaker assistant and I I Miss Cora Lowry After the deathof
doubly thankful thla year, becausethe Th Rev Daniel Iverson of Miami
lilt wife he moved tor Denis!
county commissioner decreed the territory In which they will who organized the first Presbyterian CLUB INFORMEDCrime t
work follows Homestead where he engaged In truck farmIng -
are a* : ,
that Thanksgiving; should be observed Church In Homestead 13 I I '
and land
on Nov. 23, the date set Johnson Mr. Keith, Mrs Foulk J. D., Perkins Mrs. Henry and years ago, will be principal I Mr. Atoobrook telling married Mrs. eertaW';pays, and It te '

by the President but> also decided Mr Florida er at ceremonies Monday.peak-I}Nettle Cooper In 1924. Besides one of the greatest businesses M :
Burley Dandy; City I
that the governor a proclamation. Mr*. Fiita Schroeder and Mrs marking the dedication he fit is survived by two sons the United States which net approximately j'
should be complied with too. present five-year-old church 11 billion dollar per ,
William and
Alma Princeton, Mrs. W.
The annual union Thanksgiving Doxsec; ing the burning ot Its mortgageand I year to law violator, declared '
W. Beth..nd j Redland Miss Ellz- and a daughter, Mrs. Irene Fletcher -
service of Homestead churches the ordination E
and installationof Roger Dull, United State.commissioner *
ibtth Sage, Thomas Torbert ha
will be held the night of Nov 31 Its pastor, the Rev. George H. for the southern
at the Homestead Presbyterian been appointed by the county organization1 Ricks. district of Florida, in a talk before
Church. The Rev 3 E. Johiutone to conduct the drive at The HOT Biat ill r CAB
Gould dedication ceremony will the Redland District Lions Club
i iiTotarians
pastor of the First Baptist church b conducted by the Rev. James Tuesday night

will deliver the sermon. Holycommunion V. Johnson, pastor of the Westminster Dan Burry, I, son of In. D. K. "Instead of defending curative

and a sermon, are, Change Yule Presbyterian Church, Mi Burry of Princeton, suffered eevf gainst conditions that have
scheduled it St John' Episcopal ami. He will be assisted .by the re cuff en the heed when hay thrown great armies at each oth
Church In a Thanksglvnig service Anniversary Party Date Rev J K. Aiken of the Alta Vista was struck by an automobile in throat la Europe Wit should

to tit held .at 10 O'clock on the I Presbyterian Church, and the ReW. \'. front c of the Princeton Nazarene give more attention t* t he army

morning of Nor 33: Member of the Homestead Rotary K. Thompson of the Northeast Church Sunday. H* was treatedat of 4,DO*,000 knowfl criminal that

Club will hold their annual Presbyterian Church. the Kendall hospital. The boy are at,large ii) our country," Mrtfcvl .
hi: NOON ItNa-ft |S' Christmas party and 19th armlvarasry The ordination and installation Had attended services with his Mid *>TM FeSeral& Bureau,

James 'Herndon.of Homestead celebration on the night rte*will be conducted by tha Rev mother1..The kutontobile was driven bl Investigation* Is doing'marve.

was sentenced to $::10 or M day of Dec. II instead of I>oe. 20,' It Q4 Ot Pelgrint of St John Presbyterian .by A. Glasgloughsky of SoutH 14u work In the fight against

t la Jail when be pleaded guilty to wa decided at a meeting! of the Church one of the lord AUap.tt.tt. : GardensSebriag crime- but It hevM will attain that
! a charge of aggravated assault! before dab Wednesday, church early pastor, the Rev. R. desired success untn it receive
..e Judge Ben C. WOlard hi Wlllard M:flliejd write appointed 1. Torrent of Miami Spring* AVCAlld pt..tk'hNoi :the backing of Individual. and or-.

i criminal court at Miami Monday a member of the Florida Educational : Presbyterian Church and the Rev V W.dl.D gluilzatibnt. ',
I He wee arrested on Ute night of Loan Association by Club W.; C dimming, Miami Beach "Th people can give th great.. ""
Sept' I at the La Falom nightclub President Charlei H. SUffanL Phesbyterlaa Church. fla.= steady Increase ,tit aid t* law" shforoement agencies -

after he was said to have Mrs, Thomas .... Torbert, soprano The service, to be held on the In avocado planting In Highland 1 by demanding Simon pure

flashed: Al Youa!. manager of the sang several solos, IICCOfUIopanted fifth anniversary of the completion County has been o?ted recently by.1 politics.. To make crime pay, the
Might club during an altercation. by Mrs. Julian Webster. (Continued on Page Two) County Agent Louis Alsmeysr, I (Continued on Page Two)


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LEADER-ENTERPISE FridAy November 17. i iI ,

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ful of the unidentified motor tU'I'1 Budd II. Kemp Succun.

I Religious Education Needed to Halt ARMY OF CRIMEContinued to after test which this each gasoline motorist in went his own at Residence of Sis

Rise in Delinquency Rate, Judge SaysThe ( from Page One) car after and suitable in his lapse own of way tune Finally, other,,1 I tarmur Budd; Perry died Wednesday Kemp 72, a Moroi ret! ;

r< I law breaker must have the aid Investigator' called upon these at the home of his sister,
church l. the main ally of I through the education of the parrot of some one connected with the participants and obtained their I A. Qoasman on Coconut
the court In suppressing and controlling -t ," he aald. 'The modern parent administration of Jurtlc He opinions of the new gasoline Drive, near Tennessee read.
delinquency of youth, I <. too timid In declaring what must have some one who will pre In these test practically every: A native of Madison Coup, :
Judge Walter E. Beckham of:I I* right and what to wrong, and vent hit conviction and. If convicted make of car wa included and: Florida, Mr. Kemp bad been mot]
Dads County Juvenile Court Mid i:I* prone to let the young people must have some one to motorist from many varied walk Ing his home with hit sister for Ills
in a talk before a meeting of the find themselves. Teach the parent soften1 the penalty An easy or of life were interviewed. A* might past six years. She u hit only sus
Redland District Ministerial Association ;I to; Impress continually on the youth light sentence always I* acceptable be Imagined they had put the gasoline -! vivor.
at St. John' Episcopal! i sense of high moral standard, If the amount of money involvedIn being tested through some very Funeral service will be'''
Church Tue dsy. The meeting was and the delinquency rate will fall the crime la large enough rigorous tests, but when final figures at 3 o'clock tomorrow aft rnoo
followed by a covered dish din- "One of our problems Is to see "The shyster lawyer and the were assembled, these motorists -, at the Turner Funeral Home The]
ner in the church rectory. I that our winter visitors are affiliated ,crooked doctor also make crime had voted 9 to 1 that this Nu- Rev. Noah Peterson, pastor of I IOoulds
Modern youth ii no worse and with some church. An active pay Blue Sunoco equalled or excelledthe Baptist Church. will offlcl
If accountable thtot no more crime!:hurch member seldom find himself I "These are found everywhereand road performance of the))")\- ate. Burial will be in Palm I Ce
than the other generations a court defendant The Boy they do much to thwart Jus ium-priced gasoline they previously tery at Naranja.
Judge Beckharo said. ;i Scout organization also la a factor tice. Conviction doesn't worry used. ..
The spotlight of publicity has I: that keep youth moralt1.lralhl the criminal when these leechesare CharW Swanson Dies''
been turned on the youth of todayto In my four year on the pulling for him." Welding Enginereer Has ,!
such an extent that he I* madeto h bench I have had only two Boy I Mr. Davis pointed out that the In New Jersey Hrpel
appear far worse than fie really Scout to come before me a* delinquent expense of combating crime Is 19 Years Experience n
... Statistic show that most 1 *." 'high and that if crime were held Charles Swanson, who spent
crime are committed by person The ministerial association vrlll down to a negligible degree treasuries Jack W. Glasscox welding engineer last winter with his daughter Mini
between 30 and 40 years of age, 1 hold IU next regular meeting Dec.I of the other state and national whose shop I* at.503 North Ethel Swanson, at her grove home
while youth between 13 and 20 at the First Baptist Church. units; would be enriched. Krome avenue, has equipment to on Bauer Drive, died recently at
year of age commit the smallest Ii I Officers will be elected. The first part of the Lion1 meet do all kinds of acetylene and elec- his home at Montclair. N. 3
number. was given over to a surprise tric welding Including work on friends here learned last week. fB
"The church can help the youthlYERSONWEN birthday party for William I. Diesel manifolds, ventilating tans His wife, Mr*. Anna Christine!
ENGINEERCo Flsk, tall twister and charter member and solar heaters. In fact he says Swanson died here last January
of the club, who Wednesday I he can remake anything of steel At the time she and Mis SW e-
was "23 or 27 yean old." Mr Mr. Glasscox, known as Jack the son had been in the Redland six
Fisk' gift ranged from a bushelof 'Welder, has had 19 years experience weeks.
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-"'- potatoes to a toy horn and baby'' in his field. which hot car- Mr. Swanson'i death followed a
(Continued from Page One) least 12 feat so as to eliminate rattle. ried him to almost every .elate In short Illness. Funeral services
of the church will commence with raising of the' bridge for the th.j' !the union. Hi equipment Is of the and burial were held at Mont
the burning of the mortgage. This sage ef small boats. In .I,latest make and he maintain! a clair. ;'
rite will be In the charge of A. F. Mr. Tracy said the bridge shouldbe MOTORISTS GIVE I.I portable unit Miss Swanson find her brother,
Arthur, church treasurer, assisted marked with water gauges for Mr Classcox: served in the navy Evald Swanson, are expected, ,
by R. Y. Burr, W M. rifield, the convenience of pilots. I during the World War. He served arrive at the/ Bauer Drive bores
'Vane Harris and W. H. Owen, Federal stenographers took a UNIQUE TEST TO four years as an apprentice with soon to .spend thewinter..
deacon The ordination and Installation record of the proceedings: which I the Burlington Railroad at Galesburg w
of Mr. Rick will follow will be forwarded to the war department I fir:, and later took a three. You say you-are from Brpok I *
and the program will be concluded NU-BLUE SUNOCO year welding engineer' course Id lynl That' would make you;a]
with the dedication of the church.Dr. The new reed from Florida Cityto Allentown, Fa He worked for the Brooklyhlte wouldn't itt By *"h, I
,C F Robinson organist! the new AclUe 1 > will be la SImile government four years. For two way, may I have another piece or. *, .
will be In charge of the musical strip, Itt UJ laid. The )'. J!:. Chlcaso, Nov. 18.-An original years he maintained his own business 'tWo of yourcandyt"a;* i I.'
program Mr*. W. M. Fifield and C. roadbed, now the property of and novel Idea was recently developed at Miami. He started hit Certainly, And you 1IfJ..10U
Mr. T. U Hodges wlU sing a duet the state, enter Key Largo at a by the Sun Oil Company business Homestead on Aug. 1. art fi'orn'Psri's--EI.' .
and George M. Frick will playa point ten mile north of the "big Immediately prior toilta introduction : .
Clarinet solo, curve" where the present road of Nu-Blue Sunoco.. t.:"tate RETIRED ;BAILMEJJ:TO MEET
The organization of 4he Hornet' enters the island. we.kl;l ago.To The National Association of Retired -
stead Presbyterian Church followed conduct such a unique survey -: Railway Employee will hold Cafe : (
a religious survey In South the enlisted the Tropical
pastor of the church from Feb. 1, company its national convention at Sarasota ,,
Florida made by Dr. Frank A. 1938, to April 1939. service of a wholly independentcorp Dec. 7, I, 9 and 10. Deleagtes ,
Z doors north of city hall
Wildman, who was superintendentof of fact-finding j
member ,
Mr. Ricks was called a* the next representing 150,000
the Community Sunday Schoolat who mad their tDveU from all sections the countryare HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA ,
pastor. A native of Concord, N. pt
Naranja. Homestead was chose C., he received his bachelor of I 14 widely separated .uthorltle'l expected to attend. One object
en for the site of the church andIt arts degree from Duke Universityand Jacksonville to of the meeting la to consider the Regular dinner ..... 50c
was organized by Mr Jverwm from the seaboard to
his bachelor of divinity from I establishment of a colony in Florida 35c
Plate lunch ..... ....
with 00 charter member on Deo In each of these cities the investigators for pensioned railway employes
the Union Presbyterian Seminary, I
5, 11)26.) located approximately similar to the colony of the Broth-
Richmond, Va. H. aarrlved in
elders of the Miss Ruth Stetfanl and Met | |
The first two Homestead with his mother, Mr*. a hundred motorists who were using erhood of Carpenters and Joinersat
church Dr. WUdroan end J and Florence Kercado Props.
were premium-priced gasolines
John A. Rlcki, on June 28. Lakeland and the Postal Colonyin .
M. Holfertar and the first two dea- enlisted the cooperation of each Lake County f
; ens were R. M. Stevenson and WII There are 98 active members oi motorist In testing a tankful of an I
Bishop. the church at the present time. unidentified gasoline which was
Church services were held in The Women's Auxiliary of the really Nu-BM Sunoco with the
the grammar school auditorium ,church was organized Jan. S, 1928 color left out.
from Dec. S, 1828, until June 1, at the home olMrt-L. G. Rugglca, In making these tests first, the The New
1934, when the church moved to and the Men's. lul7jwas formed! in gasoline which had been used were:
the Legion Hall for the summer June, 1938. .The chtfrch also ha an drained out of the gas tanks of
and fall From 192 to the all of active young peoples society. every car and replaced by a tankBIRD'S -
1929 there were three pastors the .-- '
Rev Albert K. Wallace the Rev
Charles Fulton and the Rev. S. 1940 PONTIAC
Jt. Hope. The Rev. John C. Oek-
eler served a* pastor from Sept. 28, ,
1029 until Oct. 1931, when he was
called to Key West Mr. Gckeler
was followed by Mr Pelgrlm, who IndorsedUSED
was succeeded by the Rev. Warren Delivers in HomesteadDe

The Rev Frederick Volbeda,
who came to Homestead In 1934, CARSOur
was the first pastor to serve In the ( Luxe Equipped) '.1<
new church building, construction used ear always represent rood value, but the
of which was started on Labor Day ones listed below are unusually choice and we recommend i
o/ 1934 and completed in late No- any ene of them for your consideration.

vember.Mr. and ............................................. As LouTAs
Volbeda was ordained
Installed Nov. 20, 1934 and the
1938 PONTIAC 2-DOOR Touring Sedan-low.
first Sabbath service and reception
of 38 new members took place on mileage; original paint; radio; priced
Nov. It. The communUty't J
union, Thanksgiving service was right. :i $880
held at the church on Nov. M.
The Rev. K,1* Nelson served a* :
: 1932 MODEL B FORD COUPE-very good
condition; cheap. I

Coupe e . e $880

Two 1938 BUICK 4-door Touring Sedans- ,

both good buys; In excellent condition 2-Door.Touring Sedan 3925 ,j


1936 Plymouth <4-door< touring sedan-original 4-Door Touring Sedan 975 !

paint; good condition; good.tires ,

Prompt service on all ............................................ '

makes specializing on Prestos B. Bird Motor Co.

automobile radios PRESTON B.. BIRD MOTOR CO. : :

Phone 18 South Krome Avenue Phone 18
L C. DoddFlowers South Krome Ave. "

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1 : by 1475 motorists in 14 cities. j,

tJ.Ick'::' They voted 9 to It's 11,

: that Nu-BIue Sunoco equalled or, j

: excelled pr mumpriced.gasolines i'

F ,r in road performance !, i (

HERE S During September and October, 1473 of Nu-Blue Sunoco! 9 out of 10 pro I d
QUESTIONNAIRE: critical users of premium-priced gasolines claimed it equal or superior to premiumI I ri
this new gasoline were asked to test an unidentified,colorless priced gasolines they had used previously. "
Compar ifJ gasoline gasoline which was in reality Nu-Blue I w
to .the premium-price Sunoco with the coloring left out. From To make a fair test, don't dilute
you have been usinSt Florida to Canada, these tests were con Nu-Blue Sunoco'with other gasoline.
.2'. told ducted, not by us, but by independent, Let your tank run practically empty.Then ;
: backless pedonnance 91 Unbiased research authorities, and when put in Nu-Blue Sunoco.Compare It par
In cost of letter
As owl.Itht mot"low II the'returns were summarized,,it was found ticularly with premium-pricegasolines.
I 0 that these motorists voted 9 to 1 in favor We'll rest our case on your findings. S
937 Salt
i, On pick-up, acceleration.. ..t I4f Good.;leU" .
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At.- hills 94.9% bid. The quicker you-start using Nu-Blue Sunoco

For power, especially_.on.-..-.,t' &I goal of B.tt..|
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Anton. "Waldin, Jr. KBjorkman. T. 0. Watkins Golden Rule GroceryN.

Flagler and Fifth St. Naranja Road and ... Princeton, Carter and Hagen, Props.
Homestead '" Hainlin.Drive Florida Perrine, }'1a.P"I'i .

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20,000 Vocations Open N'4A bWght the, WP. Shstt place a I
To Modern Youth Is en route to Florida City and It "
is expected the family will arrive
Rr ARIIT DEXTER KITSON soon We understand Mr. Ed. .v
Tr.l".r ., V.rMI...al Cm"rl.r.Ts.M. .
.* Cribs. UI..M I. U.......*r wards will reopen the M. L. & D.
office before long" (Florida City.)
One of the most Important! question
-"Mr. and Mrs. E: C Loveland .!
you will ever hgyt to aglyve5In
are entertaining the following
vg RrA1RNrni
"What vocation shag enter? guests: MI and Mrs S. S Warren

It can't be dl1'1Vltb! tea !leaves or ( MV and daughter Jejjfigtte! who arrived. I 4

decided bj the bumps on rout head RRN6 S 71(6 OAsr Monday the llorrtrose, S
and 'tli. lu palm. It 1 Dak., to spend winter in South ,
lines your 'Arax > QF FLOQ/Q4 R ACHiS I III Dade. Another daughter Mn C. 1 I

shouldn't be len V the line of tIp 1U INr OF owe K. Jerome, and huaboni have coma '
Unit resistance Since the answerhas to make their hcnnt in Florida
3 so
much to do with your future w0op alsp. (Longvew.| ) '

happlnes it deserve fleas reasoq- f'illaTK ,#-,zmsrw -"Ed Brooker spent'riday momIng -
Ing and conceptraUd\ study Fi r.1 fliUnl\ the boles on the

J Mk (gFwAF4 tretch Q{ Mower av nui between
All. JIlIijI' people JJrctne ayenue and the railroad

eagerly fq IIEf\lU fIIf.1l1q ''M" a is4ci! ;. A BHrober\ el trucks use this

you nl tm' 14t, "YI'hfk'rli1t1YI\ roadway, but pw>e hay beretoforer '!
eo-from-here" feeling when you STOPPED ftrr tried to eI" apyitpt} ( Iq t'f"ed II."
'I try to select the right Job, U you i '1f Il.vJwi!

think everybody T -u{ yoyc,felt GRtM74 Y"49444 !ft U MMVohn '

know an answer, take comfprt'! 79Nd CAANAMSR TREitfT -.? ,IHIflt Ifrpme, 'a regular

only about five per Sent know from $ 4''f iO ( bpy,* arryed| Jfq*. f(h. All hands
J/4O.V/ are rtpqrted; ,. (4 on' well. Ot
childhood 'type J i92' want |14 dp, flAPk iliEslT 1 Mural W, f |'I hftPp.' I'

The other 95 per cent are with you "0,4f A 1W44M1EAD60 --lgingj PIt nlll, a registered

Even It you qre tainted It: 0A10sVE pharmacist, 11(1111I"e! charge of .
doesn't necessarily follow that you: the !Saminola! pharmacy. which will

are "cut out" for one particular' awd TQEES opeq for busin.es this week. Mr,

Job. You weren't cut out, andwont STATE wo /t40CATEDfit' Delaney well fprmerly vfce-preil- ,
rr/f 00 ES>ATE' OS dent q( the Mlorpl Drug Co. but Is .
be when you 3ie. YP" _M now < resident pf pur town." .

charge, al10 (to job,. MARY, -"1t. 1\\. Core gold .1,000 wortfi of I

men succeed In ;orf than ono eggs from his yifdt last year ."

liner "Fred Schmidt la building a gargjft .
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Study the occupational! opportunities . .. ... . .. . .,NMINIINN/I ,/ Nt.NNNNNIININ11N1 NN1rciq for Chas. T. Fuch,8, Jr."
.. .. . .. 'solve Itself from the mother L, McClanahan and Wife re-
the world offer today. The CURRENTCOMMENT I tfKheialdtquroujpb! >n it i in CourtWfi ; tMrned TW{ 4 ,y ta Spbrlpd Fta.
I Vnlte l 6m'" census! }U 4x4 over our businessfh!\I Canada Jln.J whirr they will oiakfbflt\ _om..;*

JO.OOO. ,fh| VPM \lIf'\ t frn, She bas: ihftivft abitti| to. yell py ;+lrithfn lfatfNh4 -'Mrs tie C. H>.velin4| bps purchased I IJ'S
ployment Service has reduced this age her own attain and we I: '''III r the old house on Mowry

for .... purpose to 9,000\}, By AGNILSH.. Mlaaal444a444444 keep out of them. It U the med !CRUELTY IN ITS WORST rpllMI,street Just beyond J. W. Conner's
Select several occupstqns which |>444444 44 < dler who make many of the/ I and wilf completely renovate It.@She
I appeal to vou. No.* ,1Imt, tt WRflfl ft1ublq.., An Illegitimate! boy was picked! wfc| l rent (VII p JlI1'! \ / al
11\41\ part4tpa B"ctt Ablprve5 I 4of I M" W I | where he had lPrt"el4.1"! "
.I\e 4latautptg
With gq \ k9v. !
vnmcqnjjd !! pa' YRp. tllIt '
you w ym-k : t heal: \lain ft that l ;: Ih 11, TMf the fiaot ,Eaitolumw jived in rbundedh| ( .. 'forced!_"VI! Q, ll4pne wilt .IIt.'" for
J .
I r< .. -dtQ Dg yougwish to iv.. FIX; oj t Chattahoochee institution Miami,for a, UmeZ. ,. ,to wear his castooClft.allel birth He was : Nassau neic f--weeks Ass bAsinessconnected .

to reside with relative
\, city *po you like to work with be appointed state treasurer. new state l'OIId.patrol.will who did not even to- Growers' Exchange, ."
your hands?, :With 1 peopt] qi ayii polla klnf gq Into toeratfqa on De : (:' the care for him. I -"H. Dove Allison bought the ..
them? nor I Walker place last spring, paying
from Eon.loin men ( | .
Tin ?'out Where shortage. exist, gyp : !in Pe3Et'eo41 countlana) will 4 i\AC- wear a uniform Jti.'tehhlldhpallight! It feemed to tM II ills! d.. that $5,000 for the property. Since ,

and unless you have decided leanIng remember him the 'state blue will predominate ,everypne did bjf utmost to make hen he has sold a pprUon of the
over-crowded field. aa liquidator his. life mlserpbU. The adults ol addition
toward place
an for for $3Jpg end Uj
two Miami
avoid, K.When. : tailed with .the. colfapae banks 9' that the/ The Dade 'county; grand, jury; I the community pot PnIX prohibited taken off 094 hope of grapefruit,
have their children from playlpj! with ."
several with 40
ypu selected "1The or fit/) bas \\o come."Bill
called rpreptly) to
possible vocation. read biographies :: ? casts of homicide. Nq I ppsidfrf am! not I him but they ccsbntlt referredto Bryant; escorted a fishing!

<*i men, and' women wftp pave tint Daytona B.. h.Ormqnd bragging about it: I' Just telling the stain on; his bjrth. I I party to Jewfish last Saturday,
succeeds m them Talk. to people Consequently. the oldor children consisting qf Mr find Mr A. D.
auto derby on the .pctan! hash t you and\ J dp no$ thieve ypu are of
his taking their "
own age cue Aileen Klein.\
at Cain and his
who at working nice
are present such
In 1933A either.Newt
wall run... there very proud the record 1 from '
jobs 'If l ljossbl)<< [ ", apprentice I' e elders tormented bin'' -'"Loretta Morn entfrtalned at
summer vacations even without I so persistently ftiat rj" stole flye dinner op\ Saturday evening Elsie
In a line which Intrigues you: }f pew Ipqk; I It being built on the itqriei prig to the effort dollqrt and'ran sway' His flight Mitchell, Gerda tread, Mary Tow-
pay St Lu fie canal| near S.!Rrt f that r!". ke|} w, Oct. 1-)1,1!called the case" to the
WhJI| fgu' ar*, |IP the process q| neers"eitimate, !! BJ-I I 140,000 names aided attention\ of as and Ylvfln! | Free, la honor of her
that to the
'the flow of were relief the
occupation, I juvenile, authority. After t birthday! ."
selecting ypur you water through the Si. Lucid, i rolls, iwelliM till total to .
find .vetal'mil.aztnea par- MeP' VM,91 thorough Investigation had been !-="Births at the Homestead hospital -
I may tlculnrl "fllp.yl) | i: V MC\ Future, th* Ifvet?) Fake Q. ftc Alu1t.1 H< rejnlndsjme \\'If |h, -1 made, the court succeeded In I! $1 week were: Tb Mr and
outlets about what the Dutchman .
I publlnhedff\ America ) EducationPress t carries! out 'four and a placing the boy with a .cI Ia\s\:,j Mr, jerry Wlngate, on Monday,
; tailUon gallons \vhen. man Inquired tout bJ .
ball % day This I a feuadaption
,' foe, Columbus 0; Voca- I couple a boy; to Mr and Mrs Bryant
sick wife and he
canal start about of replied She get
midway the "
tional Trends, a Science Research i I Bowden on Thursday: flight, a boy,
east shore of the lake. no better fast"
Associates Publication, COO South SCHOOL iriRITA "Mr> |. R lph Powers, who underwent ,
Michigan avenue', Chioago\ qL;,! II fine spirit among } I." school an operation last Sunday at. "
and Vocatl iig'1'i lab
Stanford University Press, Stanford -! an the records diplomatic the; representatives o| a Junior (Florida
University. C,lit j hr the past 20 years were lostorever. i note exchanges, (alias International ,claps appeared la court in behalf -"C. B. City ell and wife pf West '
You njlqht){ enjoy such radio programs -r Martin! county has frolic political Jufcytr), to the out- ,of one of their nwnbm Whfl bad Palm Beach have been the guests
on occupaticw M pplumpla hint)! \Mee penny wise and' u04 I f tdf word( er sort. of building up I I'I bean ppprehcndeJ while commit of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. W.eld1. .! ** for
aoli;tn\ ( riot spending for, the record--but for Insiders the theft. the .
Broadcasting Systelb't "Amprlrana money \ The young! student past feW da/i. : Florida
at Work Saturday! *t I p. sn.j;I a. llnpqoecfpt ce for these 'I weyof trellis faces at each other I''culprit| had broken |into a shoe' \ City) I l"Equlpmeat
National.Broadcasting Company's I Y.I luatlf docprr'epts Thf phi and C(4Hpg( Itch other such store and had taken a, par( of bas lor the bakery and s.
"Oil Your M<" *t "S(> SMnJay;,question la,'Y> should the fire lie- I Bagiej a* skunks. .and. rats. ketball shoes. It was revealed that confection stars ta fe? opened by w:
Mutual Broadcasting Syjtem'i cuc at t .Ill'! Somebody's carelessness this student was an excellent athlete Chas. T Fuchs, Jr., on the com- '
Success Sessions," Tuesday, 910 r I I An old adage run this way: and a valuable member of the pletion of his building. Is rapidly ,
.e. "The mills of the gods grind slowly "
p. m. The Columbia University high school basketball team, but as arriving
:Press New York City, offers, helpful The clan that scoffs at and but they grind exceeding fine" he was required to furnish big own "T B, Osteen Of Dayton has {
ten-rent reprint Of "Ameri scorns wealth I* ( large one yetwealth I But divorce mills are different; shoes, he was obliged to quit the purchased the Ramsey place several -
can at Work" and a study guide i .la the background of any they have speeded 'em up and team. This boy's parents were so I miles north of town and moved
for "On Your Job (i nation Look what the discoveryof I three months of delightful existence poor that he bad to contribute the there with his family this week.
CertaiJbooklma, be of service: cold and diamonds did for Jo- here makes one eligible to ,small sum he earnfd working after He Is a brother of Roy Oateen of
"CJnoosuig You Life Work" byVltlium hamncstburgh. South Africa In I, toss Ip t 8fina.rttora (McGraw-! 188S it bad a population! of (0; two Saturday listed 45 divorce suits ,of his family. The boy bad always '-"Five ears of grapefruit were
It was more than a half- : (Fall planting) filed-I} by husband .
Hill); "Men Wanted The New year ago been i model student but hu I shipped by the exchange this week.
Opportunities and What They Demand million and with a magnificent and 30 by wife, about the failure to keep up with big mates 'three by Chase & Co., and nona
," by France Wallis (Funk skyline that would outriv 'llppe psualroportion. led him into temptation which hecould by the association. Shipments have
r and WagnallO; "How to Find the, of most American cities. Y not resist. 1 been very light, the owners holdIng I
_*Ip Vocation" by Harry D. Kit- A Miami Beach woman 1* suing When this boy's classmates for a beter market '
aqa (llorper"Wil4oW0You Can Gel f Colonel Lindbergh has been accused for 41vorcck one of her complaint 1 learned the true facts, they collected I'"The car of government food- ,t
Job," by Okmn-tchw4m r b! of laying toe little and more being that hubby kept a squirrel In 1 enough money 10 \pay for >I stuffs recently ordered by Mayor f
(Harper); "If Women Must Work." : recedtty..Laayln8| too much. Of :the house. Be- tnottertsv woman; I the basketball shoe and sent their ,:King, arrived on Tuesday and the :
fcy Loire Brophy (D Appleton two evil, choose*ntr lesser, and what II It bad teen a skunkT Oh, I representatives to the) court to Mayor and others were rathet
pentary jobs for the Perplexed -. say Ing too little to "It." Hh babel![ycu,.married on*. ehj WeiI"ehafl I plead for: ,hit release, which was1 busy distributing the food to the
." by Flora Breck (Orowell M quoted, that Canada should dish.,,aulRetbins'Ali. I granted, ''75 or 80 participants. "

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Friday November 17, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Page Fin

H. II. S. Girls to Enter I I IA five-foot rattlesnake' akin pre

Tournament in :Miami tented much Interest to the group has evoke .

, r Homestead ] j
High-Lights U possible. H. It S. |* faint to
take four volley baa teams up to Arthur Brandenburg presented ,
Miami| Saturday for the Sixth Annual hit fellow students in Mrs. I>)te'l
Greater Miami High School room with tome book for Ute '

Education Week Program I Who Pays the Date Bills? "I Girl Volley Ball Tournament reading shell and a potted plant.
Interest to. spelling Increased In
Is Enjoyed by Parents Whether they get to go or not depends ..
on several things. If they this group when those receiving] 4
Several week ago the Future the ether thing while you boys
Homestead High celebrated Rational work out a H. S. will haw MB. lOG per coat had a Tbankaglvin
I Farmer presented a plat It which wear the same two cult In /" x
Education week with a spe- they proposed that the girl pair I if you l bother to wear a suit She for bleb A and B team and 'Junior turkey stamped on their papers.
parents wire Invited. The program Saturday, fighting it out with on dtvtalon In arithmetic
Naturally, the girl objected and go with those dresses so that you
x I consisted cf an Invocation by they are submitting this answer to can show her oU. Then the has the best ol themIntramural :

tie Rev. R. K Spear, an address]' the plan: to buy .several kinds of paint- paddle tennis tournament For the Book Week program* '

"Education for Democracy by'1 "Dear Vuture Varmints, In!behalf paint for her face for her mils, will begin next Monday for Mr. Bird' class will present
the Rev. Q. H. Blcks, music by of the future and sometime tor her toes. Sh the H. H. S. ,Irll. Several .f the sketches from -The Wizard of
band arid" a play, "Miracle In Louisiana America who suffer homemakers under of buy perfume and'\his fend that- participants look plenty food at Os." "Billy and the Major," and '

I I i tutelage I wish to present mjr the all this, Just to you can spend your the fame 'Snow White and the Seven .......... I IJDwarra. <
This play account ot the her off ."
gave an feminine side to your recant (11) filthy lucre showing J i
Drat free high school establishedIn i gripe session. The t rid adage "Yes, It torts a girl a tot nor Aff Classes Complete \, '{

Louisiana. The character "The woman always pays," holds fort date than yen boy error putout Shuffle Board CourtThe Members tf Mrs. Flfleld'i room \ ,
were: announcer, Elwin If don't believe It, ask
Cooper; you a
even in the date question-but are making bird of plywood. Inscience 1
Paul, Fred Fuchs; Marguerite, married man. You had better top
not in the agriculture classes have
way that you suppose. ) class this group t* doing :' w,
Kathleen Freeman; Antoine, Lector complaining or we'll ask for a
been shuffleboard -
n working CM a
"A girl who experiments to how the need lot
has t
date has to
Archer; town crier, T. O. Ray- contribution to help n* out. '
buy cute dresses court and I miniature golf course food for living organisms. '
burn; sound effect maker, Billy that appeal to "Thla from one too poor to buy for the put two weeks. j d
Xoffet; and negro chorus, girls' you masculine rat. She has to I I these things. I The shuffleboard court la finished .
glee club. bave new dresses for this. that, and Lemonia Brown." i and ready for use. Work Armistice Day .was made the '

The play wa followed by group 'has been well started on the golf subject of a special study In MJ'J

singing of "God Bleu America"and Book Week Program Will I Studebaker, United State commissioner i court Wynn's room. In connection with T',
two marches by the band, of education; Claude I A trip was made to' Miami Friday this the pupil studied the poem. i /,
"Nineteenth Infantry" and "Merry Be Given This Afternoon i Pepper, United State senator from to make a study of miniature "Flanders Field," and listened to \ S'

Minstrels.." There Florida; Rabbi Morris Lazaron ot golf courses by the afternoon the Walter Damroich program .
In the afternoon the elementary celebration Is of to be a program In Baltimore and Bishop Paul Kern agriculture classes.A from 2 to 3 o'clock.HOMESTEAD.
Book Weekon
pupils and their parent had the of the Methodist Church trip has been planned for fl
Friday, Nov. 17, in the patio of
privilege pf the Nov. U for the freshman agriculture CLUB''
hearing same program the elementary school.: Instruments Arrive 4-II
except that Dr. J. E. John- clan to visit lumber yard In
Many books have been added to By DOILY BARNCtTE: ,
atone, pastor of the First Baptist the library's collection. For High School Hand Miami. :
Among Plans tale be heldat
Church the Invocation for a candy to j
the address gave and them are the recent Pulitzer prize Th Homestead High School the school today were made at f;
winning novel, "The Yearling,"j band and its director would like a meeting of tTio Homestead 4-U ,
Tom Sawyer, Abroad," "Golden I to take this opportunity to express Miss JnckstorS fcupll* are beginning -! Club thM week. Mr, W W
Mary Frances Arthur Tale "
of the Old South, "Florida appreciation for the ten dol- the reaoMig at a book, "Ei eklel' Bethea Homestead Home Demonstration .
Is Pep Club President Wild "Flowers," ",Meet the Span- lar donation of the Redland District Travel."Whtub. was presented Club president, laW;

lards, "Oongorllla "Great ShPrt Voters' Club.. I to them/ *i$6the Rev. R. 1'.1 some poems to be read. I .
Tfie Homestead SchoolClrli' Stories World '
High of the
"AfricaSpeaks" A discussion! Was held on having '- r
Several new Instruments have JJJUcktord. TUfr. gfcuup will pre-
Athletic Association and and "Goodbye, Mr. arrived. has j}\' home a ploy entitled "A Scene in the I
PepClub held an election of off 1fers 1- Chips." just Harry Bishop anew ant a 'TOOI1prol1"am on I "
last Thursday and Friday I B flat clarinet and Grletje'Terburg Friday to whlttfc the parent are Garden. Report were given' bjr t 1I
Wayne\I the Individual members as to the I
A new E flat alto. Invited.
Matt France Arthur was elect- Local Teachers Attend I I work they are doing. t tI
Lawrence and Q. Lowe have ordered -
ed president of the organization; The puplla ;MI'I. Edwards' A '
short thhe was to
: Congress new clarinet and Anne I I devote
Mildred Field secretary; and on Democracy room are greatly Interested In singing. '
Margaret Field treasurer. Rheney has put In an order for a I IGlockenspell
Phyllis i working up an Indian unit. This Involves -
Bell and Lot Pieces are to be Mr. and Mrs E. B. Blackburn, Tom Hodges also]! '
detailed study of she Red TO TREAT AILING SPONGES!:
honored with, the ,work end the Miss Emily ,Jones and Miss Betty has a clarinet. j,
Try-but for drum major and ,men. A request to the budget bureaufor
glory, of being senior and junior Bow attended the congress on r'i
high school: manager, respectively. democracy; held at Florida Southern *I majorette were held Wednesdayat I I Mrs ThunIUI-;;'; pupils are gladto fund to finance a general I
The choice tor vicepresidenttill College on Nov. 10-12. I the fourth period. The drum welcome a new member to the survey of sponge bed at Tarpon

remain a speculation. Three The; dedication of the chair of major must be able to read a score 'room, Jo Ann Ward. This group Is Spring to do rehabilitation woikat l'.
i of music, direct the band, have Key West where sponge bed
re-count showed Nina Dyal and democracy wa the principal preparing play representingBook
rhythmic ability and good po*. Week to be Fri- are infected with a disease, ha
Elizabeth; Hall to have the tame event of this significant occasion.Patterned .I presented "
tune, and must purchase his own been made by Dr. Paul S. GulUotf
dumber of votes. The matter will after the extremely day.
baton and have the fourth period oceanographer of the Bureau ot
be put up to the association during successful national -
congress on vacant The rejults of the tryouts Student In.p..; Ray' homeroom ,I Flsherlea Roy Schroder slate
this next week. democracy which was held recently -
will be announced In next are adding knowledge of I I WPA director, has promised fund
in New York City, South.em' -
week' Issue of this paper. snakes to their store of learning. for labor !
TO SERVE REFRESHMENTS congress was the*first state ties
The senior home economic meeting of its kind although other ,
lass I* going to serve refreshment state are planning similar oc-
at the Book Week Tea. The casions.

tenth graders art to prepare the The following national speakers yem6
refreshments for the tea. were among those who gave addresses -
The classes are finishing up their and led similar discussions

clothing work this) week and will : Paul V' McNutt federal securities -
begin food work next week. administration; John a (g

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I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harrison and iffy on fruits and vegetable from I ing October, according to the
baby moved Tuesday to Home- Florida which northern rail tines port of the citrus inspection/ : ,'

stead. refused to grant late last month.Florida. reau released this week. This )Is /

:''i In and Around II H. E. Obenshaln of Roanoke, shipped 2309371 boxesr i large 97,399 boxes increase or 243 over can.Sep1emb l.. :,
citrus fruit dur-
Va. arrived Monday to spend the 1,9118 can of

Homestead season at his winter home her
1 ;;
: Mr. and Mr*. H. Andrew, Mrs '

t, j jI Luta Efflyn of Carroll Detroit and arrived Mr on Minnie Fridayfor There's NO Time Like the Present!]

i Mrs W. D. Horn, Mn. A. H Mr. and Mn HoHlster Sag arrived the season
I / Paul and Dr. J. E. Johnston are this week from Woodbury, ", Start Using Our Lay-Away Plan for "*
attending the meeting of the MIr Conn.. to spend the winter at their Mr and Mrs. Phillip Natoll and 1
., ami Baptist Association In Fort Homestead residence daughter arrived Friday from ChristmasCome < ,
Lauderdale yesterday and today. New York and have rented the '
Mr. and Mn Herbert Love, ft. Brockett cottage on Eighth Street
|f Mn Thot Brewer 1 III visiting left Monday for Quincy. where they for the season in and see the Lovely Display atSPECTER'S ;
': friend In St. Petersburg before goI will make their home. They had --- "

,( < visit relatives and friends over Mr. and Mn Wm JSykeiMn Bartholomew arrived on Thursday ., te
>' the Thanksgiving holiday from Connecticut for the seasoa
V Wm. Brodie I* In the PostGraduate
: i r Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Van matter treatment. hospital for medical Dr. J. E. Erwin of Bluefield, W.
!j' returned Monday from a summer Vs., arrived here Saturday and
1 : a spent .In Ithaca, N. Y. MU Marguerite Crow, a student Is a guest at the home of Mr. and :I. 1 -01 ::e.Yi. Dealer "
r Mn J. H. Simmons
nurse at Jackson Memorial I
Mr. ROM Carney and Mn Alice If,
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hospital, visited Dr and Mn J. FOR
} Morgan both of Logansport, Ind.. J. T. and C. T:. Underwood arrived -
A. Smith and Miss Ellen Huff
on :;
I arrived Wednesday to visit Mr*.I Wednesday.Mr. Saturday; from Georgia. BEFBIGERATOKS

i r I MR'ndolph: and Mr*. B. C Muprhy had Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillips KEROSENE STOVES .
( Mr. and Cave arrived Monday for the season:
[II a guest over the week-end, Mr.
birth of And enjoying fishing and WASHING MACHINES "
arc announcing the a IVi Murphy brother, Chat Murphyof are a
, o pound girl Phyllis Eileen Sunday Ocala camping trip near Snake Creek. ELECTRIC AND BATTERY RADIOS ,
: ?J In the Poet Graduate hospital.
Mr and Mn Hobart Brockett BOTTLED GAS STOVES ii
Mn E. Roberts, mother of Ernest
'J arrived Thursday from North ROOM HEATERS
t Mr. and Mr*. N W, Carter are Roberta J
P. local
attorney, was Haven, Conn.
\ announcing the birth of a 7 pound taken to the Post Graduate hospital -
/: boy Michael In the Post Gradu-
''I' Tuesday for medical treatment The Florida City Methodist Buy Any el These en Easy Payment Terms
ate hospital Tuesday.
r I Church basket ball team playedthe
., Frank Meehan returned to hit Stanton Memorial team Mon Home Building; Telephone 73 Homestead
Mr. and Mr at the Y. M. C. A.
home In Long Island N Y. Mon- Henry Brooker day evening
left In Miami. The Florida 1A ;
yesterdaymlUraoon for Ma- Gym City
day, after vlaltlng Mr and Mn
. i Frank B. Rue i con. They expect to be gone abouta team won by a score of 22 to 18. :
week. This was Florida Clty'i tint game

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1. \ Mr. and Mrs Paul Reynolds -- --- -
Pierre .d
McDaneit will spend the
. have a* a guest lor several( week,
\ Mn Reynold mother, Mr*. E. P. week-end visiting Don Fisher In Homestead Girl Scouts

Richter of Cairo, Oa.Vft Miami. '
.A '''' .I: ;'
( and Mn Max lamer moved Mr. and Mn. Earl Cravey had First aid for the second class ,'
this week from Miami Into the new a* guests thia week Mn Preston badge was studied at the meeting
Loaner apartment building, Holding and Mrs. W. D. McCookof of the Homestead Girl Scout '
Ocilla, Ga. Tuesday afternoon at the home of: HOW .i

oli. Mill Alva Newman returned to : ;: Mn. Frank Skill. Head, foot and
tier home in North Carolina Saturday Mr. and M Tyler Veasey and arm bandages made from the
: \ after a visit with Mr and little son, Paul, have moved from scout tie were taught by Mn ABOUTAN
I Mr*. Wm. Fox for several day Princeton and taken an apartmentIn James Hudson
I the S. H. Fitch residence The senior patrol 1* planning a

;, Mr. and Mn Louis r Muench bicycle trip to Royal Palm State ESTIMATE ?
and Infant ion of Springfield Mo., Mn Arthur Cud was taken to I park, Saturday, Nov. 25. They will
A are expected next week to visit the ,Post Graduate hospital leave early In the morning that
I I Mr. Muench Parents, Mr. and urday for medical treatment sat-I', they will arrive In time to study:
: Mrt C W. I nature ,
11 i McEwen. Mn Muench '
1.t\ t 1* the former Was Bernice Mc- -'FL' iD'A' iT-1 The troop will display its col-' J
; Ewen. lection of shells at the book week
By Mrs. W. W. Serery : program this afternoon In the

.\ I Mr. anad Mr, O B Parker had -. Neva King Cooper auditorium. Have you wondered what the home'
v a* guests for a few dayi this week Mr. and Mn David Snow arrived A letter was read from the state
4 I Mr and Mr*. Frank Dcnlg of Saturday from North Branford -I library board naming the type of you'd like to build would cost?
. Tamp Conn, to spend the season books most frequently read. They;
1Z at their winter home here are: fiction, history and biography
I Robert Kinard of Crescent City: travel, music, architecture cooking -
it pending the winter with his and others in useful and fine
I E. E. Crowson returned this
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Why not glad
brother and liter-in-Uw, Mr. and week from a week visit to Athens art and general literature. inquire
; Mn R. a Kinard. Ala., and brought with him Song were practiced for the give figures-and
his mother, Mn. Florence Crow- play day to be held In Miami on you some very

Dr. and Mn C. H. Denby had spn, who will visit with ton and Dec. 2. practical pointers making
on your
*s guests on Sunday. MU Maxine daughter-in-law for two month
Brunson and Dr Geo. Carlton, TARIFF HEARING SET
"dream home"
both of Miami. Dr. Carlton U a Mr. and Mn Taylor Dixon Hearing will be held In Orlando come
: i r former classmate of Dr. Denby. moved on Tuesday from the Dixon November 20 by the Interstate
\ Apartment to the Lewis' Apartment CommerceCommission to discuss
I ),fr. and Mn J. C Qopp of Red- on the Dixie Highway the question of lower freight tar-
\ land, returned You discover that afford
: Friday after having '" may you can
I spent the summer In HarUvlUe, Charlie Keller of Arena, Pa.
Ohio. II arrived recently; and i* employed. PAOIS\ HOTELFLORIDA to build at once on the FIIA Plan
at Lee'i Grocery Store,
A. D Fogle ;;;1 pending the Modem CITY convenient monthly .payments!

winter at Ochopee, spent several Mr. and Mn Sybil Wan andI Room and Apartments U
day this week with his family I(children moved to Homestead on I Reasonable Rates .
\ f in Naranna. Monday, i I

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Friday November 17, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pasre Seven _

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fJ'- noted with two songs, "Where We I QalnMvlllo, Ca, Nov. II.Ernest '
I Get Our Bread and Water" and NOVICE DRIVERS Franklin Todd of Princeton hat i l'I

I The Redland-Rattler "The Scarecrow"Miss I been appointed a sergeant at thf
I cadet corps of Riverside MilitaryAcademy /

..4'B) PHYLLIS JENSEN Bayers' pupils gave the NEED PLENTY OF according to 11an..
nounccment by the academyNATUROLGAS.
"" 0\11\ _____._._......__.___.____...___.__.......__.__..._.__._...._.__._.__ assembly program last week. Dorothy i
? ---- --'-- ---' -- Reams led to devotional PRACTICE VIEWBy
'./ Minis Formed to Boost SOPHOMORE SOTS GIVE The band played two piece and "
PARENTS' DAY PROGRAM also hayed the "Star Spangled I
.,' Athletics at R. II. S. We had assembly on Thursday Banner while the audience aang I
ljf for the benefit of the parents Instead Allen Pope read "In Flanders ED HEDNER. NOT AFFECTED BY
: A Boosters' Club IM being organized of tha usual Friday. Mr. Held." The elementary faculty and National Service and Utohaakal I I I HURRICANES I'Y.
by the student of Redo Mr. Wagner Manager Chevrolet Mete Division
Ooley's sophomore boys were in gave a round table D. LTOM HOMmTKA.il, It*.
land. The members will attend all charge H. A Aman led the devotional discussion on report cards. They In the United Slate each :year raooa M e
Sports activities In a body and I exercises. "In Flanders concluded their program by' sing sees nearly one million brand new
boost their team. Miss Turner itft Field" was recited by Marie Bash- ing the first and last Terse of motorists take the wheel and begin -
club advllor.w' or. Several selections, The "America" and the tint verse of the process of acquiring skill
%Ticket will be on sale Friday. Swedish Coral" which was written 'America, the Beautiful." In driving Driving I* one of the
A season ticket will be a treat In the sixteenth century, a song things that can bent be learned by e
saving At the door student admission of a happy farmer, "Merry Peasant Miss Murray's pupils are learnIng doing To many Is come quite naturally lJov
will be 15 cent and adult to others It doe "
by Schymann and "Show I a new song about Thanksgiving ; not.
admission 35 cent The price of Boat" by Huff, were played by Their bulletin board It attractively There Is a reason to believe that '
|aeaon ticket for students It $1 the band, and "The Dove" by Yra- decorated with the work the beginner who la of a mechanical ,
and for adult $190 dier, "Little Glow Worm" by Za-' they have done la art. Bobble turn of mind has advantages
Ticket an being told by Kathleen menick and "Dance Ye Gypsies" Ball who has been W at his home over the beginner who, lacking me-
.I Wagner, Ann Shakleford, Susan by Lelat were sung by the girls': for the past few week, will returnto chanical interest, 1* forced to learn
'I Pope, Row Mary Hennlngton glee club.Raymond. school after Christmas hit driving technique entirely' by
Ruth Hiner, )fay Campbell Lee made a short I rule. This Is because the mechan-

Teenle Torbert Marie Baahor, speech on "Religious Freedom in! Mrs. Daniels has lost one of her ical-minded driver understands When
Jeanette Cox Betty Ann Marshall America;" John Landrum spoke I pupils, Charles Smith the reasons tor each trove, come your
who has
Da Jean Irwin Dora Scott, Lillian on "Freedom of Speech;" Carol! moved to Miami. to see, subconsciously, the mechanical son or daughter is '
lAfldrewt, Mary Angle, Coleen Mc- Lee, on "Freedom of the Press;" processes set In motion
Vicker, June Vrana, Maria. Bor- and Clarence Ramsdall on "The I by his hand or foot and thinks of school
gardt, Kathleen Lloyd, Dorothy Freedom of Assembly" The group I Miss Kerfoot was absent one day his driving In terms of what la away at ,
:Ashwood, Lanelle Rogers, Suzie repeated the preamble of the! this week and her place waa tilled happening under the hood.
Leggett and Lydia Vlhlen United States constitution. Mr. by Mrs. Kathryn Singleton. Vera But anyone; who will take the does your guiding
Lunn has been
absent this
Wagner read a proclamation from trouble to ground himself In cer-
BOOK PARTY ANNOUNCEDMrs. President Roosevelt and suggestedIn recovering from a tonsil operation tain fundamental about his car Is influence remainat

Bow, Mrs. Nettle and Mr. a short speech that we "use the I likely to develop into a safe and
Callaher are sponsoring a book rule of reason, Instead of force, FLORIDA SUGAR skillful operator, whether he happens home ?
party at the Neva King Cooper hatred and bloodshed to be mechanlcsl-ndndod or e ... dl ;
Auditorium, Friday afternoon, There was a minute's silence in not. "
Nov. 17, at 118 to which everyone honor of the soldiers that died for HARVESTING TO To the thousands of ;young people ; 11 "Al,
Is Invited. After the program, refreshments our country. The program was In particular, who since last .' ;
will be served In the closed with the selections, "On he spring have taken tip driving for '
patio by Norma Andrew Myrtle Mall" by Goldman and the "Star I EMPLOY 4,6001 the first time the Arrival! of autumn yr v-t ,:
Caion and Certrude'Odom.' I II a critical period in the process d I', ,4 ,.-I'j i iLI
In honor of Book Week the ATTEND DEMOCRACY of learning to drive. In a -. .i ,

.',ftedland art students hive made MEETINGMr. I Clewlaton. Nov. ,IS. (FNS)- way, It la their Introduction to an '
...some unusual and attractive pont'ers. add Mrs C. L. Ooley. La- Florida's ilx-montha sugar cane entirely new type of operation \
A prize will be given for the Nells Roger and Dora Scott attended harvest started recently when the telling for greater car and skill
beat one. A group of students will 8 democracy meeting in United State Sugar Corporation than Is needed when pavement '
.present these posters to Illustrate Lakeland, Fla., at the Southern started an army of men at work on I are dry visibility I II good, and As boy and girl leave fell!
the .read by Wanda College from Thursday till Sunday I traction Is at Its beit. ;
"Bookworm' It* plantation here, Grinding schools aced colleges, homes are!
JSleWi.'r: night With modern automobiles the
operation started the followingday wads lonely and tile youm1
Jay V. Moran, vlce-preildent driver control over his car II face bomlcka a4 j
t CLASS-GOJ8 SKATLVO" .5' ELEMENTARY NOTES and general manager announced. Just a* complete In winter a* at people
I Separation front the folding
The eighth grade girls were hostesses Mrs. Fletcher's..clan has t'NOI If the harvest can be carried any other time. But it frequently Inflame of home ,;*J
to the eighth grade boys pupils, Marilyn Wagner and Robert through without restrictions from require greater kill to exercise The affectionate tJmpadaetlit ;
After a delicious picnic at South Black, that have finished theirfirst federal regulations more than this control and for this if' la bona.M .
:Miami Wayside Park they enjoyedan primer and aeatwork book. 4,800 men will be given continuous ,reason, the new driver should be tnd rUndIng present maintain b '
la dlOcsla to *.
evening at the Venetian Skating One of her nicest pupils, Robert employment for a period of more extra cautious during the season fill
Rink. Miss Smith 'when frequent rains soggy' wet 'otters, but ty teltpbone, fcomtj
Chaperons were has moved to Miami where than six month at wage higher
Helen Daniel and Harry Hiner.. he will attend school ,I than those paid in any other agricultural leave and periods of hazy weather .UM can b. kept ally, toad wards.I I'
enterprise anywhere clue complicate the task of driving :Telephone visits at rtgular. |o*

GIVE BASKETS Mrs Vlhlen's room Is proud to in the world, Mr. Moran aid. Jerral With Children away >M
The Girls' Club met Tuesday after announce that it had a large group The opening of European hostilities Louisiana and Florid sugar factories school are. lee latlmit M
school: Marie Rogers' troop of parents as visitors en open sent sugar prices skyrocketing are now making available though th* children were M
had charge of the meeting house day Thursday of last week. because continental producers, Amercan-produced! sugar Price born with you. Thiyll bi B JN
who had been 30 pier and 410 bettor work Ao4
Thanksgiving baskets were arranged supplying per for sugar will be held at a commonsense -
for several complete dinners Mrs Russell's second grade I cent of our sugar needs under provisions level If the entire What Joy these la xp u lv Jyolcsvlsits
which will be distributed bya gave the assembly program Friday I of federal law, chose to American market is opened to the win b* to you. |
committee on the Wednesday The devotional were led by sell their sugar to European buy- American producer, Mr. Moran k The best plan 1, to rtanrt
preceding Thanksgiving Games George Sprinkle. Two readingswere ers and Cuba became reluctantto stated for :your boy or girl to rail
end refreshment were enjoyed. given, one by James Bax- tell raw sugar to United States home "collect at ngnlar. Intel
ley and the other by Russell refiners, knowing that our refiners vats at a particular: Uma. Total
BIOLOGY CLASS DIKES Knowlea Marilyn Bethea and Mary would have to pay Cuba' asking Turner's Funeral Home fcy going Station*to.Station]
Mr. Gray'a four biology classes Janice Lee each gave a tap dance. price In the end. )ervlc after P. M. or at at*!
have been hiking around the school "Book Friends" was given by nine However in spite of this situation S4-H1 AMBULANCE SERVICE time on Sunday, you can talk]
grounds collecting flowers fruits ,of the class. Then; "Pilgrim) the price of refined sugar Lady Attendant 200 miles for SJc, 200 mil_
and Their collection Friend" A short playlet called has declined within the part several -
specimens plants |JIG, and greater distinct* ,4
larger and larger as 'Talking Books" was given by six day due to the tact that beeItIUU' Phone 584-B Homestead Ta.
grows spondiagly low.cost.
the trips art being taken every ,of the class The program terml- factories In the west and porr* t) I
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were la marked evidence on I JACK THE i '....,..AU.
Thursday of last week. For thebenefit WELDERc
of the visitors and let us
hope of the students, Miss Payne's THE .9n z92o a ctn.

Junior class gave an amusing and WELDING
Instructive review of good and

bad. manners In school '
la the cheerful library of Mrs f r.
Nettles, pouters of gay new book =, ACETYLENE AND ELECTRIC'VELDING' a 1 +tiN1e t. w
jackets were hung. Miss Hausman =
presented in ,the home economics DIESEL MANIFOLDS C
room neat weUf1IUnCdre_
made by the girls. t VENTILATING FANS ", 00e

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Pane_ Etelit THE LEADER-ENTBRPISE Friday, November 17 1939 J

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-- Ney. IT-fit Johh's EpiscopalChurch A program on "Around the will assist In the Piano
Mario three" *h* hM been etn-
of Mia years
\marriaj ployed In tb Dade County hospital parish supper i to HMpital- World With Books" rlll be presented solos will be given by Mrs. Frank
Amldort 'to Brjmolf Vlhlen 1* be fly House at T o'clock.
Hausmah C Haglef Rice and B.
where she Is floor supervisor this afternoon hi the Neva
tnf announced by the bride .... IT-Meeting of Ad Asfart King Cooper school auditorium in M. HIndman, and Gee M. Pick

brother Robert Amidon of Ml- Mr. Vlhlen, a ion of Mr. and chapter Of O. E.: 8. connection: with Book Week. will give Ia clarinet solo. Book:
imL The marriage took place Mr.. & E. Vlhton of Eureka. Is a Nov. towtlsend Club meetIng plays will be given by the pupils
Am. II U St. Aflgustlne.Mr native of Redlanl. JU graduated In Neva King Cooper school Mr. Mary Nettle, librarian of la the home rooms of Mn. Edna

Vlhleni It a native of Chi- from Redland High Schohol and auditorium at 2:30 o'clock. the Redland School will present a Thurman and Mrs. Edna Bird Of

.* Mgo. A talented musician, the attended the University of Miami. Hov. 20-Meeting of Homestead book parade wtIh music. Mrs. S. the Neva King: Cooper school
has played In the Chicago Wo- For the past tour yean he hat 8. P. W. C. L. West will give a reading, Mr*. 'The Homestead! : Girl Scouts will
man's I"photOrche.tra and been employed al t, the Dade County Nov. 20-Meeting of South Dade Aletha Gallaher, librarian of the have on display shells which they
In other orchestras In the North. hospital Garden Club with Mrs Siberia: Homestead School and Mn. L. L. have collected classified and
Sh* .kt a registered purse In 1111- The couple will make their homeIn Rule. Sow, municipal flbraraln will give mounted themselves.
note and Florida. For the past Miami.WOMAN'S Nov. .-Meeting of W.' M. S. talks on Book Week Mr*. C. J. Refreshment will be served In
circles Parman and Mn. J. X. Gauzens, the patio by the home economic:

CLUB BEGINS MAKING PLANSTO Nov. 21-Mission study class of assistants In the municipal I girls
I Circle One of W. M. U.
Class. II
from 3 30 to o'clock. The president -
Mn. Henry Johnson chairman : Music Club with Mary Frances

of the ways and means committee and organizations one guest from clubs the will following and Ruth Rutland. t Chat T. Fuchs: was honored-en Gene Schlven, Mr. and Mrs. '
lave sn outline of the projects for Nov. JS-Junior Woman's Club
II the year at the business meetingof be honor guests: University Club Cabaret at Hardee-Hartis Packinghouse hill 75th birthday anniversary witha I Woodrow Fuchs Mr. And Mr.
the Homestead Woman's Club Redland Woman's Club, South barbecue dinner at the home of Bill Cauley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred

Tuesday in the club: house. A Dad 0.rd81Club, Homestead Nov. 27-Meeting of Jennie Lob- Mr. and Mr, Fred Fuchs, Sunday. Redd Mr. and Mn. Fred Link,
Demonstration Club, Red- Mn. Lena Knowles: Miss Teresa
rummage sale will be given on dell Circle with Mn. Paul
Rey Dinner was served on the lawn.
Dee. 2, It was decided.A land Home Demonstration Club, nolds. Redd Miss Jane Fuchs, Miss Ann
Homestead Business and Professional Those present were: Mr. and Stach Theodore Knowles, Freddie
committee composed of Mrs. Woman's Club, Monday Nov. 28-Guest day meeting and Mn. T. J Faust, Mr. and Mr*. Fuchs, Tom Schlvers, Mr ruche
i A. M. Logan Mrs Joel J. Robinson Music Club, Junior Woman's Club, reception of Homestead Woman'sClub Chas. T. Fuchs, Jr. Mr. and Mn. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuchs
Mrs B E. Oatlln and Mrs. at home of Mn. H. K. Foulk.Dte. .
t. P.-T. A and RedlandPT. ,
j, I!, K. Foulk was appointed 'to Meeting of Epl eopalauJtllial'
work with a similar committee )
from the Junior\ Woman's Club for Dee. Rummage -
Zeke Martin were taken Into the
a! Christmas party to. be given on I members. Woman's Club Mist Elizabeth Home was hostess The young people of the Homestead -
Dec 18.Miss club as never and Mr&RobInson Dec. Reception for state to the Co-Ed class of the First I Presbyterian Church entertained

i Peart Whitaker, chairman: Mn, ho1 B. Ejqutlln*i fl, served teaf and president of Rebekah lodge at H. B. I Baptist Sunday school at her home', the young people of the st.
: of the Red C'oitt9l1\ call In this Seattle' home with banquet later Friday evening. J hn'. Presbyterian Church of

f section, gave a short talk asking cookies Othen present were: Mn. at Green Lantern Restaurant After a short business meeting Miami at a buffet supper and program -

IU members to join the organization Claude Campbell, Msr. Paul Carson De!. Meeting of Redland conducted by Mrs. William McConnell :-I Sunday evening.

to fill the quota for this secUrn. Mrs Joe Hall Mn. Pat Baker, Neighborhood Circle. class teacher, Chinese The supper was served at the
I Mrs. A. L. Hutchinson, Mn. B. M. Dec. Meeting of general W. checkers: were played.Those I home of the pastor the Rev. Geo.

Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, president,I Hindman, Mn. W. R. Anderson, I M. S. in Homestead Methodist present wen: Miss Elizabeth H. Ricks.
appointed' Mrs. "Wi It Anderson,I Ij Mrs. R. J. Elliott Mn. L. L. Bow, church. I Mcllwaln Miss Eleanor Sul- Miss Lois Behrens had char,*
Dec. Meeting of W. M. U. Cir. of the church.
chairman of the art committee;I Mrs.,Frank Webb MrtsT. J. Faust livan, Miss Effl Mae Waters Miss I program held in the
j cles. Lillian SwUley, Misses Ellen and About thirty people at-
Mrs. Henry RUegg, conservation 1 I Mn. M. Pollard, Mr*. W. E. Rhe- _
DM. 8 Meeting of Auxiliary
Legion Alta Vann, Miss Mary Smith Miss tended.
chairman and Mrs R. J. Elliott, ney. Mn. Geo. W. Harris Mrs W.
"\ welfare rMtrman W. Hastings, Mrs. R. R. Klnard.Mrt. In Legion HalL Annetta Magrll Miss Lucille Writ,I
Dec. 8-Bazaar by Altar Society Miss Anna Moon Walter Ooldlng, Mrs. A. M. Loon Mn. Augusta
r Th' ttt guest day program Will I I J. D. Perkins Mrs. A. Fi : of Sacred Heart Church. Bert Nixon, Jimmy Schallern, Wynn, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., and
s be Vttt pi-ten for the new Members Arthur, Mrs. J R. Brooks Mn. Dec. 7 Meeting of Redland La- John Moffett, Bill McConnell I Mrs. Cecil Lee attended the Fed
to be toM it the items 'of M. F White, Mrs. Mary Heinlein '
j I dl.. Aid in church.: Mrs. W, D. Home Mn. McConnell eration of Woman's Clubs meeting
Mr, r Music Club. I
7fdUhrd'WUhIEN': oIldAirltrMladttolAlRY BII.I.r WAY.TON HONORt1 = Dec Covered-dish dinner
: CtRtU: I Ok ANNIVERSARY meeting of University Club at the ?***** DRUG $tOMt fwt &#&* *JUc4.'utfrju>H

1 A UiisJohAi Circle for the BIRTUpAY horn of Mill Bertha Nil Hausman
Mn. W K/taaten' entertainedwith st T:30: o'clock.K. .
i young ,w6rnen of the Homestead
Mettioalst Church organized a hamburger try on Thursday THE: DIXIE DRUG
Monday night at the home of Mrs. evening of last week. In hon- P. D. SORORITY PLAN
K.J. Dyal, the sponsor or of the sixteenth birthday anniversary
Mrs. L, t, Dodd was elected of her son, Billy, at their I lACK FOLK HOWARD JOHNSON
chsirrria'iret\ the brgsnlcatlon: Mrs. home on Redland Road. Plans for Christmas progressive Umteact. FI. Phones 30 and .IU

Dan Winiiarm secretary, and After supper the group attended dinner were begun at a meeting I
Mn. Allan Klasam, treasurer. Mn. the theater. of the Kappa Phi'Delta Sorority -

Jl 3. Richard win be teacher of Those present were: Howard Monday night at the home
the clrctoiPlaiw: ] West, Ross RelU, Joe and Jud of Miss Betty Brown .
The rushee will be pledged at
Fiche Elwin
were discussed for a Cooper, Herbert
Christened party to be hold at the I Booth. Elbert West and Billy Wal the next meeting In the clubhouse. -
conclusion of a membership drive ton. Dee. I*-Meeting of Presbyterian Pack 500 K/enzo
Mr*. Paul Reynold swill be hostess -
J to the group Monday night at MIAMI PASTOR TO SPEAKAT
her home PAIISIIIIVPPEIt! Mr. and MM. Ed. Gallaher had las j Facial Tissues

1 Thote present were: Mn. Dan dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and l
The Rev. E. L. Pennington
rector Mn. J:. J Norman and
.0/ WUltams )Ira, A. M. Logon Mrs. :
Richards, Mrs Williams, Mrs. Church of Miami Holy, will Cross be the Episcopal guest Helen and Wlllard.NATUROL I' Mom facial Tissue are soft sail

rVxid Mrs. Shears, Mtos Nella speaker at the pariah supper of showboat yt extra strong. Jut the, 25c
Sault, Mia Mary McNeill and Mn. ,.
St. John's Episcopal Church et i' I thc for .O.IDIIII..II', akll:
= Dyal.fa the Hospitality House at T o'clock' GAS Mesas, us Ua oils, etc. You gt 100 1

tonight The business period of' CHKAPEK =QUICKER i at ibis pile.
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the meeting will Include election Md Her Dependable
ot vestrymen, adoption of a budget I !bass KlecMetty r
: Each: ef the members of the, and reports of the parish organizations *' COLOMO OPALITi '
homestead Business and Profesi -: The HOKE8TCADM
auxiliary of the M I COMBS 5
i atonal WMIMA'S Club will ;
give a I church will prepare lie sapper
abort sketch of her own life and
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Friday November 17, 1939 THE LEADER.ENTERPISE Pace Nine ;i '\i.t4 l



MM Letter Walkup was surprised A program on "Place of Education
Wayne Adam was honored -
Social Events 'I I on bet birthday anniversary In Our Missionary Program" "
at a miscellaneous shower by a group of friends at her home was presented, Mn. R. Y. Burr ,
yesterday afternoon at the borne on Saturday evening at a meeting of the Presbyterian hti

..,. of Mrs Frank Irwln I Various game were played during Auxiliary yesterday afternoon ft
--- A color scheme of pink and blue: the evening the home of Mrs. Van Hani r
HOMESTEAD: '.-T. A. VOTES 1 1TO MRS. HAROLD BOHBER was carried out in the decoration' Those present were: Mr. and Talk were given by )lrs. Per"a
BUT EASY GRAND PIANQ SURPRISED AT SIIOHERMr Games and contests vr played. Mr, i 8. Caves. Mr. and Mn rln !Blake and Mrs. J. M. Holfecty '.
a' The Homestead P-T A. at Its Harold Rohrtr was honored I Those invited were Ur*. Q. I. Jesse Cave, Mr. end' Mrs.. Clyde Mra. Frank Hathaway had
meeting in Neva King Cooper at sun miscellaneous Gault, Mrs. E a Moon, Mrs J. Neill, Mr and Mrs Harold Rohrer charge of the Bible lesson. .,.
ficbool Wednesday afternoon voted} shower at the home of Mr*. John C Vann, Mrs. J. H. Huau, Air Mr. and Mrp. Jack Branch, Mrs. Cha Ooley and Mrs. /.
i/o buy i lightly used. Steinway Rohrer in Florida City Tuesday Joe Adams, Mrs. R. E!:. IdwartU, Mrs R. Worley, Mrs. Mable. Walkup M. Holferty gave report on the '.
jjaby, grand piano for the audl- afternoon by the member of th* Mn J R. Doney, Mr*. C O. Ro- Merle Caves, Virginia Clair Evangelistic: convention held In
It will cost f 37$ in addl-i W. W. r c. Class of the Florida i bertaon, Mrs. F L Mcllwaln I Mrs. Nelll. Lanier Whitehead and Mar- Lakeland last week.
ors to $50 allowed for the old I City Community Sunday chooL B L. Lawrence Mrs. J R. Pope, Jorie and Audrey Langham. |t wa decided that the auxiliary
I piano. Payment will extend over I Mrs John Pecker and Mr*. Tom .Mn Waudel Peeples, Mrs. H. C would bold a rummage tale on
,|a.period of two year I Cohernour were Joint hostesses I Nichols, Mrs W. D. Home, Mr*. Mr. and Mr Paul Reynolds at- Dec. 9Others. t"
[ Mr. George L. Murray, mem- I Various game were played during Gerda Fread, Mrs. O A. West,I tended the Ice convention held In present were: Mn A.
[fbersliip chairman, reported an the afternoon. Hot chocolate :Mr. S. L. West, Mrs. Carl Deden.I Miami on Monday, and Tuesday of F Darling Mrs. 8 E. Gatlin, Mrs. t
I enrollment of 330 families a 100 cake cheese and cracker were Mrs. Robert Darling, Mrs. L K.)I this week. On Tuesday evening' James Nesbitt, Mrs Albert Sykes. 4
cent membership served Bishop, Jr., Mrs. V. M. Grenn.n'l i they and Mr and Mr*. Robert,-Mrs. R C Jackson Mn Carl r d ,
:'per .
f The program numbers consisted Those present were: Mrs. Clyde Jr., Mrs, Roy Cuppey .|I Lance attended the banquet held I. Robinson Mrs T L. Hodges, Mrs.
o( band and chorus numbers and Nclll, MM. Boyd Cohernour, Mrs. White Mrs. Fred PennlngtonMn ..'later at the Royal Palm Club. < Paul Haley and Mrs R. E Trotter.
a' recitation by Rachel Dodson, Lloyd Delta, Mrs. Mabel Walkup, Frank.Irwln, Jr, Mrs. W. D I : j
Coker, Mrs J.. T. Martin, Mrs J i I IR iI UisMMMga! a L11a a M : ,
t,Roland Harris and Lonlne Home Mr*. tester Walkup, Mrs. Jack
,won applause In solo parta. Branch Mr*. Roy Nelll, Mr*. Harvey Byrum. Mrs J R Rutland, Mrs. I i
'f Attendance prizes were won by: Rohrer. Mr*. R. W. Mullln. H':' Causey, Mr*. C T Harper:I i,\ ,J
Mrs W. R. Bird room and Mri Mrs. Walton Dixon, Mr*. Bruce Kendrick Mrs J j! '
llilli. room. Thompson Mrs. Roy Chandler, Gilmer, Mrs. Floy Watson, Mrs.I' ;
J. Tom Vann, Mn C. E. Saunders -
Mrs. Jack Freeman, miss Moiety I
MUSIC CLUB MEETS Sever, Mill Velma Hancock' Mn Chas. Martin.. Mn Fred
MBS..FRANK John Rohrer Redd, Mrs. Wm. McConnell Mrs .On JJoth} t
ftTTH HAUSMArf Mrs. Harold Rohr- !': : V,4!
W. E. Lewis| Mn Luther Strick-I
Mrs Frank Hausnian and Miss er and the Jbostesaes. land, Mrs. L A Wise, e. .
pertha Kill Hausnian were host- Ann, Mary and Myrtle Moon,
asses to the Monday Music Club DELEGATE: RETJJRN f'IIQ1KrRES Miss Fern Robertson. Miss Eliza-I Thanksgiving Days
at th* horn ol Mn Htusraan; qn HYTEIti4NCONFERENCE/ beth Home, Miss PrbpUla "read,
Klngi! Highway Monday IIltet'noon.Current Mrs: J. M. Holferty.Mr*. Chas. Mia'Marybelle Gibbs, Mis Louie
events were given by Ooley, Mrs. John A. Ricks and the Long Fitzpatrick, Miss Hazel Pen"nlngton. ,
Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. L. '-. Rev Geo. Ricks .
returned Wednesday Miss Nellie Mae Martin
Hood, Mrs H C, Meiotic and Mn from Lakeland November 23 apd November 30
jt. H. Gallaher. when they attended and Mlssei ,Alta ono EUep Vann.! ..
a two-day conference of M
Mr*. Frank Webb gave a readt' the Southern Presbyterian: Churchon HOME DEMONSTRATION the d
from Suwanee River Mrs. A. I qt
the Evangelistic Crusade CLUP MAEtI: : '1 1I
Logan told story behind) Two addresses were given by
he song, Kentucky The Redland Home Demon*Urar
]Dr. Donald Richardson of the Un-
lome" Mrs Lloyd Delta and Mrs. ion Uon pub held twq work meeting:
Theological '
Seminary Richmond
/vets Brandenburg,accompanied I a former teacher of Mr. tq make Italian pottery Tuesday ,i Green Lantern P ;
iy Mrs J. D. Redd, 'sang "I I Ricks and Thursday o( last week in the
M Patted for the ijordv' from Redland Community Church I

Mendelsohn's Hymn of Praise field, Mrs. W. R BI'rd, Mrs. J. Tom Those who made pottery went f
Mrs T: L'. Hodges, 'accompaniedy I Vann, Mr*. A. W. Hutcbinsan. Mn J. H. Singer, Mrs. C. A Cart
Mrs Vane Harris, sang "Se,. Mrs Vm Musslewhlto, Mr. Lee er, Mr*. S. G. Odom Mrs. J. D. I p
nade" by Schubert.<<: Jtfr'. Harris H. Lehman, Mrs. p. E Catlin, Mr. Wysong, Mr*. Seymour Dane, Mrs.W. i
also played a solo, Moonlight So- Bevo Webb. Mr*. J R. Rutland 0 Mahan, Mr*. A W. January, ; Restaurant P f
by Beethoven. Mrs. Sam 'J. Mrs, Frank, Webb, Urs Clarence Mrs W. K.. Haa*. and Mri 4. A. '
Iota played several violin selec Gray Mrs W. B, Mills and Mr, BothcrhanvM }
accompanied by Mri Walter Carl Wagnee '
Mary Farnces Rutland Guests were; Mrs. J. THalWr and Mrs. J L. Hickion had
played OondoUerl by Nlvln.Mrs. fan Hodges, Mrs. Gaby, a* gues.ts for dinner Sunday, Miss I': Net to Jtedland IIQtel Hone tead .t:
Hannah Asher, Warn mu- Mr Davis and Mary Frances Rut Dorothy Hictuon and W. It. Jones

si ian, played and composer) liver i piano who was selec-aPi land. of Fprt My!ra. I.'UIIL" A n gfU1uuu.A! A0A . . i

ales the prngrnk If r*..A h red I II
all the leoit-}!\Iq.pee.-y (q be
in )Miami) I
In the dining room, Mn. Asherpoured I
coffee The hostesses were
Assisted in serving by Miss Kath-
erlne Davis, Mrs. C. jiagler Rice
snd Mary Frances Rutland
Others present were: Mr. H.
Collie, Mrs. S L. West, Mrs. Chas. 10
B Stella!, Mrs. Geo N Wake-
field Mrs. Ceo M. Frick, Mrs J. I \ .
I. Elder, Mrs Howard Johnson, ,
Mrs Julian H. Webster Mr T. "
4. Faust, Mrs G. I. Gault, Mrtx.
Carl P Robinson, Mr W. M. Fitwltae > .

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J V. D. LYON HOMESTEAD phone 507J Frank 1... Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla.
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Ywn W/NNuH H.,,,/N,1M ,"? / Savory Drettlji and perhapi the simplest and belt

I i 1EV iS"I Use H cup butter, t onion, Is the stew While a stew can be
: ADDITIONAL chopped fine, 1 cup chopped celery made of any shell fish its most A Trial

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; sausage, 2 qts dry bread crumbs to that mMe with oysters.
savory seasoning, suit and pepper. Oyster Btew PerfectionUse
I TO ALTAR SOCIETYUlu I TALKS OF MISSIONARY Melt butter, add onion and celery i two fairly heavy aluminum

Mary Shiutor. Miami wel- Miss Lucille West talked on the and cook slowly until slightly! saucepans, as this/ permits even
fure worker, discussed social service life of Lottie Moon a missionary softened Add sausage and cook I distribution of the heat while CustomerAT
work at a milling of the Altar I:to China, at the meeting ot the slowly until crumbly and lightly lighter vessels do not.

Society of Sacred Heart Church R.: A.'s Tuesday night In the Bap. brown. Add bread and season- Into one container put. milk and

held in the recreation: ball Wednesday tUt Sunday School>> building. Ings ss needed. I'the liquor from the oysters using
I Mn. H. Collier had charge of
afternoon Pickled Orange dices'Use a cup and a halt of rich milk for
Members present were: Mri. the meeting.
each dozen oysters. Place over a
.. George Swan, Mrs C. S Schmidt, I Those present were: Albert, Joe about 4 medium sized DRIGGERSService
low flame to get hot, but never
frluts. Orate, peel lightly, punc-
Mn S. J. Lynch, Mrs. Thomas and Homer Byrum, Warren and
Edmonds Mn. 1*. B Veisey Mrs. i Victor Morris, Pete Wilt, Mn. ture with a fork and cook until boll. Place the other pan over o
higher flame and In two tablespoons
Drain. Cut In half-Inch put Station
J. Shepherd, Mn. Claude Dalgle, :Collier, Dr. J. E. Johnstone and tender.
slices, or in halves ss preferred. of butter, a scant teaspoon
Mn. Louis Daigle Mn W. C. Ro- F. L. Mcllwain. ,
berts, Mn. Lawrence Smith andMrs. Make a syrup in the proportionof of salt, a pinch of red pepper and 8. Krome Are and Third 8t.Ph.ne .

Don Ferreyra. The society 'T-CLCB TO HOLD 3: cups sugar to 1 cup water, a half teaspoon of paprika.
When this seasoning mixture is tiltNATURQL
the slices 1
sufficient to cover
.. has completed plan for a bazaarto
inch. Add a lemon, sliced, two hot, pour In the oysters and care
be held Dec. 6.
recently organized T-Club
,:2-Inch pieces of stick cinnamonand fully watch them "frizzle" for exactly : -
will hold a cookie and candy sale
10 whole cloves. Bring to boil, one minute and then Just isthe.
RCDLAND LADIES' AID uptown Saturday, It was decidedat add fruit and cook until fruit ls edges are curling, add them to GAS
TO MAKE QUILTA a meeting Monday night at the !!
clear and syrup heavy. Keep fruit t the: hot milk mixture and serve at
quilt for the orphange at home of Dorothy Sullivan. well covered with syrup Allow to once. Float a square of butter on FOR COOKING ANDWT''R .
Benson will be made Calots will be purchased from dust the whole with .
Spring by stand over night These halves a soup plate HEATING
the members of the PedUnd La- the members In the club colors. or slices are delicious to serve not more paprika, and serve all the V. D. LYON PHONE M
dlea' Aid, It was decided at a Others present at the meeting only with the turkey but other hot, crisp oyster crackers that can Homestead Fla.
Monday were: Mary Kruslfulia,
meeting held on Thursday of last hot or cold meats. Decorate with be eaten.
week at the home of Mn. H. J. Mary Frances Rutland, Charlotte parsley and place around turkeyu -. -
leronlmo Ellen and Louise .. ..
Armstrong. The next meeting Mary the platter. V. ..v..w. .
will be on Dec. T In the Redland bearing, Vara Rheney, Mary Jo a garnish Glazed on Onions RUBBER FILLERSTO .
; Close, ,Virginia Milliard Mavis
Community Church. Cook onions In plenty of water
i Those present wen: Mn. M. M. Watts,Sullivan.Athley Kemp and Mrs.Ovid until almost tender. Drain. Melt I BE UTILIZED EXPERTBARBERING 1

\ Ramsey, Mr. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., '4 tablespoons of butter add S :
Mrs. Fritz Jackson Mn. M. A. of brown Drop
tablespoons sugar
Mrs M. F. White and Mn. Ben
Baker, Mrs Ed Goldberg, Mn. Home onions In and lightly brown. Watch FOR STATE ROAD
A. M. Vivian Mn. A. W. January, Archer: represented and turn often to prevent burning.
P.-T. A, at the regional
Anna stead con
Mrs. Metsenmlth and Mn. -
terence of the Florida Congress of
Armstrong. Parent and Teachers in Fort EAT FLORIDA OYSTERSBy Akron, O., Nov. U.-Two hew IIAIRCUT 40c .
stretches of paving on U. S. Highway -
Lauderdale\ last Friday. Isabelle S. Thunby
BAPTIST cncu roc
No. I In Florid will be equip* '
HOLDS ALL DAT MEETING t+++++++++++++++++ Extension Economist in Food ped with a new type of rubber: SHAMPOO. .<..... 4fc t

Circle Four of the W M. ft.o< Conservation highway expansion.Joint finer ex., MASSAGE 40c
the Tint Baptist Church of Home Hints To the great joy of all gourmets,, ?ected to reduce annual highway _-

,stead, held an all-day meeting 'toHousewives oysters are In season again. They maintenance costs as much as $12}

,Tuesday at the home of Mrs. R. came In several weeks ago-a fad a mile, J. H. Connors vlce-preri- .
E. Edwards, that perhaps should have been dent of the B. F. Goodrich O, BusirsBARBER. o

Mr*. T. D. Place and Mn. Catherine called to your attention at that announced.
Plckard hid charge of the time. "In oyster days there II Made of rubber strips, "the new

study course.A nothing to fear; taste on the tin Fillers replace bituminous filling ..
covered dish luncheon was ++++++.++.++i.+.*.+++ day, you are good for II year." heretofore used In the openings left

ferved. THANKSGIVING DINNER But do not worry even If you by engineers between pavement SHOPN.
Others present wen: Mn. Jack did not eat an oyster that first day segments to allow for expansionand

Polk, Mn. A. D. Smith Mn. T. D. We are told that turkeys will be of September for "By chance the contraction In hot and cold
Shackleford, Mrs. J. Lawrence cheap and plentiful for 1931Thankjgtvlrg tint day puts them out of your 'weather. Installed snugly In the

Scott, Mn. S. H. fitch. Mrs Julia not only In Florida power, eat double the quantity Joints, the new fillen not only KRQME AVE.AAAAAAAAAAAu..AU.AA.
Polk and M.... S. L. Vest but over the entire United States. every hour; the effect will assuredly eliminate the need for frequent replacement
So even If the whole country celebrates prove near the lame, and cure of the old-type materialat
SHINING LIGHTS LASS both President Riosevelt'i every Ill that the doctors can an estimated cost of (123: per O

ENTERTAINED BT TEACHER designated Thanksgiving Day and name." mile, but also do away with bumpIness -
the customary one, there will be So much for old oyster super caused by swelling of bituminous
Members of the Shining Lights 'enough for all. With Thanksgiv- stitions. material which often Get
clan of the Tint Baptist Sunday ling in the Wind turkey In the We know oysters are not a cure- spreads unevenly onto the paving Save Money And

\ School were entertained by their'I straw why not let the Incomparable -I all for disease; they are a food, Mr. Connors said. Comfortable Shares With
j teacher, Mrs. Bert Andrews on bird be your choice for that I not- a patent medicine; i valu- More than 30,000 feet of the new

Thursday afternoon of last week. I 1 feast day and build your menu able, delectable food An excel strip will be Installed near Daytona
Games and contents were perhaps as follows. \ lent and palatable source of necessary Beach, Ormond and Port Or This New
played. Hot chocolate and home Florida Thanksgiving Dinner minerals, particularly calcium ange. An additional Installation

made cookie were served. Shrimp Cocktail and phosphorus, and a relatively will also be made in West Floridaat
Those present were Katherine (With crisp crackers of course) I( good source of copper. Cottondale, near Marlanna

Shackleford, Barbara Jean Smith, orCoquina I iron, and manganese. Oysters, aiI
Winifred Dancer, Ruth Byrum Broth source of these minerals, have

Margaret Canon, Dorothy Klnard Iced Florida Celery been found effective in preventionand
Wmona Williams and Mn. An- Radish Roses Carrot Sticks l cure of nutritional anemia. In G. 0. Brewster, M. D.

Pickled Pear addition, oysters are a good source
Ear. Nose and Throat
Mr. and Mn. a 0. Moon, Mn. Homemade Bread and Butter of vitamins A, B and CV Treatment
J. W. English, Mn R. W. Mullins, Pickles While there are many different t

Mi'a. ON. W. Turner, Jr.' Miss Roast Turkey with Savory ways to prepare and serve oysters. Glasses Fitted ads
Alice Macomber and Miss Helen Dressing there are those who consider thai
OfflM b Mn a u II ...* er
Livingston ( Ad Astra Chapter
o Garnished with Orange Slices whatever you do to them la "gild- Ant....t
attended the guest meeting of the Gravy ng the Illy.. That Is true if you ,
Miami chapter of the O. E. S. frl- Slivered, Buttered String Beans are so privileged and have the Office .. Mriwf KIWM A... tatHomestead's AtPriceIA

day night. Glazed Onions iklll to pry open their shells and .i'es... .1....

On Saturday evening, Mrs. L. Hot Wholewheat Rolls cut them loose therefrom within Iae..wd. ybrW.Rod. .
A. fennel, Mrs.\ Turner and Misses Orange Cranberry Relish light of the water whence they .
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Either and Helen Livingston attended Avocado and Tomtao Salad on came-you are eating oysters at
a dinner at the Biscayne Lettuce their finest. Even the addition ol

Chapter of the O. E. S. (Delightful with a snappy French lime juice is considered super-

dressing wherein lime Juice is lous. Oldest
MRS. II. COLLIER HOSTESS substituted for vinegar) When served In cooked form,,
AT Y. W. A. MEETING Barber Shop
Honey Pumpkin Fie oysters require a more or leagentle
The Y. W. A. of the flnt Bap. (Use some chopped pecans In and short cooking period.

tint Church ot Homestead met at the crust) An old way of cooking oysters D. L BOWENHAIRCUT
the home of Mrs. H. Collier yesterday Coffee Nuts Fruit Mints\ (
afternoon for a businses and

social: meeting. Urn S. L. Wetland : lIaskln' ____._ 410 r Now for: you men who wsat
Dr. Leonard
W. Dr. R. ,Elliott blade atlowprI&.here's
Mrs. James Hudson leaden SHAMPOO ..__.__ 4.. bang-up rasor
presented I program on ml..lonatJ: 'i"dnae"eas.dtaww.4"e'GLASSES. MASSAGE __ 4h Thin value that's
CIIIROrRACTORHorn. real! Gillette cost only
work. I 'COOL AND SANITARY lOc for: 4 and give you quick ,
Others present were: Mabel Rut .
... ; Bldg. HomesteadDR.M.A.BERGtiB and courteous service. easy good-looking shaves every
Pope Elisabeth Hall Myn an d I in n. R rim at, .. .,. Expert steel
c-,1otoIJo A.* CMllhMl: A trial will be appreelated.I time.Made easy-flexing
Miriam Paul. Melba Van Wink -- --. .. with edges of an entirely new
and Elisabeth Rutledg kind,they out-perform and out
last misfit blades two to one.

SHAKERSDENTIST Be acre thai yew eyes --I< =j -EFLI Buy f package from your dealer.
DR. R. \ I
feed as year brakes-liar,

tested al least once each Dentist ''' This Gillette 0100 A. PIV

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Office Hours 8:30.4:30First
Sundays I te U
Closed Saturday Consulting OptometristsIU4 i

W. flagler Si. Missal Fla. National Bank t trara4a'r' ae..aeelusts.
Free Parking Space 05.4,5 wwaM
bun Wo5sse ..4 aroma Building di..t e..4 s.au..tso i
174 N. W. SfTII IT. MIAMI 11116MI.aaasa..d THE
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J November 17 1939 1

till The Churches Copies Tallahassee.Code of New Nov.Now 1 School>Available More than:\, CLASSIFIED ADS I I

I twelve hundred. copies of the Flor RATlrllnt Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion

ida school cod adopted by the re. SO liM '

BAPTIST CIIuam.0.UTlODr. the .... 0-. 4. Ooplla. Basics. ......... cent legislator were mailed recently .
".b.y> at atria .. a.1 proarhlM at II a. .. I by State SuperintendentColin .... t:
J. B. JohaatoM, pa*. and I:ia P n.i Junior Y, P. at 11 U. 'SjMtliw :
ton Sundaf o* *|4S a. m t Broach. at t f. panoaac* Pram BMt. English to school officials\ FOR KENT 'round client Benjamin W.
.* at it :and t tMSo a.: B: / P. U.M : WId-.r. throughout Florida. The publication Morris, registered real estate :
*>M .. afc Prayer xnrtM WoSMoior
att/Mwa. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Includes portions of th, ONE unfurnished haute, two bed broker, N. Krome eve, next to

GOVLD8-TM a... Nook rotmon. pa*. BOMEBTIAD- The R... Robert HBpoar state constitution relating to solo rooms, front porch, Uvlni roam Baptist Church. (JulStf) 111
M, lo.d r, shod at IS o. -. .. ..... similar subsoil M .i4l cation and a complete cross Index I dining room kitchen and bath,
a. m.
t,H It>a. .m... and Prajor TlSO'"p..aloe B.M l We p.g, _bills al U .. .. and TM p m.i I compiled by the state department t.j $35 a month ar for talc, I1TOO: ,SEE AND BUY at aninklm Varlets

Was..'. N. .Y P. a. and '..10.. auMlni al trtfllitlfm. of education ?, termi Ben) W. Morrli (nUll) ty Grove, West Florida City,

I CATHOLIC a. r. Prior" ....u., Wednesday ev.alnp' Sufficient copies of the cod*I ___ ____ 'faTtf
were sent to each county superin TJK 1tLNT-WiU rent all or any
K. pW..4 o.oimo, Hommooil! tendent for distribution of one to pan of 10 acre brushcoveredglade
r. t. OMIT. pea...... .Similar a.l PIUSrETON-fto .... E.: P. Co_, each county board member, and I close to Homestead In ex
0 i .. m.: set omr .assoat fill daily.tle.day Seattle. Sunday arb.ai It 114'1 Preaching, MAN 29, want to learn
xhool l t oolonk .t 10,41 .. ... and tits ,. at. domes one to each board of district trustees eh.1for the clearing of Same.Virgil poultry or pigeon farming in
M*. C B ,|::'dal.'o woman the, lift -. at 1,11I1. : r.uaa "Miss, aa.tlec Other copies were sent to Sprinkle, Naranja Rd. and
.t 1..0. ...,.. I Dade county Slight
...... of month: for Bin and ......, the .slat WMo.dp .t experience
.. Coconut
-.I t.aday of _.110. Holy "hour Thin.ar p. supreme court Justices and collegelibraries. Palm Dr. (p n 17-24) with both Wants year round
Mora first Friday of mantle at 7tS FREE work.
METHODIST Information sent on request
p. rYe. first Fildar ai 7iSO a. a
: ioaoilctieo at the BlaoW gaovMot attar Copies are available to the public APARTMENT for rent. Mra J. Post card will do. Walter
FLORIDA crrr-Th. Rev. .
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Sa.nI.tar. Suaday MhooL for $1 each. R. Dorsejr (n 17 It) Meryman, 515 Shirley SU, Win-
praacklw. I and 1:10 p. auprarar a/-:; throp Mass.
morUn* M Time p. m,
"FLORIDA Crrr-Broadwar and With FOR RENT-Furnished home.' WANTED
jtioft. suaday ached at Si4S a. .>. for METHODIST Florida Students Given Apply at Dr. M. A. Berger' residence -, Rawlelfih.
par .Mtor roan of a,.i aioralni Route In North Dade
?.....* atI .clock Wednesday ....In. MOHE9TBAD-Th. .... J. I. Blehanh. Clinical Laboratory Tenth and Krome ave. Miami. county,
wnkw which include ...t..I.. / .. dIn ...... utor. Sunday waool. at till a, m,i i22tf) Real opportunity for
aad oKparloneol and remarks oa C r.. oarblne at 11 a. ... sad TiM p. a. Tallahassee Nov. It. right man. We help you get
tlaa oVIoao. I p. .. Tin. puolla' i oof Junior L.... al tllo, p. avt HI Lauu.al -Training started.
y"llf lartud to atlead.N S.M p. ....: Realer L..... at 4:>0 .p. .. of clinical laboratory technicians FOR SALE Write Rawlelgh's, DppU
Kev. Lessonnwrmon topic "_ .oUns al TS p .. Wid.......... now t I. possible for the first time I FAK-10J-OK, Memphis, Tenn,

; '''"Seal.. Body. : SILVER PALM-Tk. Rev. /. B W.II... in Florida, where student may These are away below even today's or stead.see Fla.Henry Kufeldt Home

wtor. ':=t.-: Sunday at obtain their first! three year workat I low prices. Owners art (pn-10-41) i
HP a. m: ('Int. third anxious to cell.
CHURCH OF CHRIST Florida Presentdayvalue
I sad fifth' lundwi at 11 a... and 7 iSO p. >v State College for Women I HAVE clients who will buy It
fir above offered price
BOMMTCAD-Tint ammo and H W. and receive year'* laboratory :
FUto, olrort.. bible' study, al le a. M.. toot.miolcia. .. 'RIJ'iCnON-Th. BM. I. B. Wallrr. training at the Florida State Hospital ,,110 ACRES pine land 'excellent your place suits and it priced
I tllowiblp sod praaohln t Pastor prouhlaa al I .. a.: Sunday location, oiled road and power right Please bring phone your
}lass school. it 10.nORmA.
listings to Eleanor
Word to this effect baa J Just been / line; only $20 per acre,or$1000 Fraschcr,
CHURCH OF GOD CITY rOMaHWITT CHl'RCHTa. received by President Edward cash. Highway So. of Homestead -

OMESTIAD<<0t ... W. fin ....., whool- M...I.*a a. WM CU NfUon.preaching poets at 7 too Church p. a. ,Conradi of the College, which now HOUSE and 80-foot lot in Homestead Ph. 52e." n-3-24

ldk ?r" and /l1""/1. study *""." rosy award such students the has 12 rooms, only $1300;
,equivalent of a full four-year must be all caih.II. high
A. CAMERON school and grade school subjects
1EOLAND Bachelor of Science degree.
M 1 (U.. C. a COMMUNITY Ndwa, psalm CHUKCBTbt church- Until now science students of the Phone 71 Homestead. Fla. t Mrs., H, J. Armstrong A. B. .
>>a*> at lot proarhlit/ Mummer drive
f 111 Resort and
t (n ntt) Country
L..ao at S lie Mldwrk/ pray and 'college planning to enroll in this ."
Club road.CLEAN .
Bible etlldp Thursday .t 7.0. work have had to study for a four-

.OWNERS4JFORUM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH year degree and then go outside. of ROSE BUSHES, tearjflful twoyeir I

ft 'Florida for such laboratory train old fleldrfitton ever- RAGS WANTED WU

.t.BOMOTKAD-Krom.... Tha.Its,. Gee. H.awiM Rlckx at fr.lstk. ing. blooming rose, such famous v.-: exchange subscription or adverse

bible school at It a. .. : prwchlnr pallor M II rletlei as Red. Pink and Shell I Using for clean. ,.... Leader
a. m M.r* "ooo'dS' MrtlnaalLliKl, .. If. Radiance, ]C. G. Hill Etolle de Eoterprlw'! ; ,

Nev III'Semron Subject: Florida Fair' Exhibit Hollande. France, Sensation,
-1 "Steadfaatneas. Draws I I Ami Qulnard, Gruss an TeplIU LEGAL NOTICES
Bv ABNER GORDON EPISCOPAL I Publicity American Beauty. F S. Key, Columbia !

FLASHING I Is*s .essential feature' IT JOHN-*-.*. BSoraad ._.. and '(Special)-Th-tih';; ; Florida State Paul Neyron Briar- IN JUDICIAL Tee CIRCl'IT CIRCUIT'n"IIT IN OF AND TUB>> IITM FOR ,

,J"" eat construction. Ta Fourth ....... Haa trod I the .... B. Ftlickfurd I Exhibit at the New York World's cliff, Willowmer. Perkins Up- PADS COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
.' Ai mature luting protection against leak- roetor Holy ooaimunion" at 'HANCIRY. 101. IUOI.
richard, Dame Edith Helen,
]> ,age under strenuous climatic eondlMtlons 7 I do a. ..I Sunday school: at SilVI nora, I Pair Inspired much valuable publicity DOROTHY MJE O/Yaws Plaintiff,
Inl at 11. Dainty Best, Editor McFarland,
primr I for the state is attested by
} installation economy and MARTIN L UIVFN1 ruf.ndnt.
'". -eICa It must: be formed of 1 he vast number of clippings on HUllngden, Golden Dawn, Po- ORDFR OF Pi'RLICATIO1t

''W Bon-wrrodible, Bon-stslning, pliable Rev. C. N. Walker Writes :lie! in the publicity office of the tin Pernet Thorn, du Pont Talisman TOl MAItllN(i untown L.. CIVFNS\IeIa_.,..

'f ertang Florida pavilion. A check shows Luxembourg President IT ta ORDERED: that Pan In. Year es '
f '.& Intersections should toy I Socrum Church Work that: from April 1 until October 11, Hoover, Caledonia, Edel K. A. vraiwa oa MoMnb *>Uu lull. to the
i .IH of Complaint" for Divorce la the
with mockers small of !
I\; strips Victoria also all Polyantha and .
ff .. ) a total of 17.036 clippings. had been ; SOW 00_, otkorota. a **m. fro KU
metal) Interwoven
vita thin, I
and extending dye Inches on roof under i I I The following I news Item con| filed These came from the newspapers Climbing rose, any above selection [IhwMotMd.OM will bo Uadar entered Knurprli, n.tloro:al.a.lnl Tl :

top shingle four u0 behind &14- theehlU'Ch of 47 states, the District of : $2 per dozen postpaid ai Uw "hi.4-1..t'', wkkkktkfar<..r.l"kail
\ now pre.ldedlover .
I kerning .. .
b. '
and guaranteed. Also offer our I" f ? IniV Columbia, the Philippine! Islands ......."u.. a".".'.
,",VaUe, soakers should extend seven by the Rev. C. N. Walker I and several of fee provinces of net Wholesale quotations on SO TIll. tho lath Jay ..( tt.t.b.r l A. D. IMS.
*. I Inches on each side and be inter E II. LEArHAOMAN.;
former pastor of the First Baptist Canada. or more finest quality bushes ..
Clerk of Chou Court.
troven with shingles.
I Horizontal Intersection flashing r Chunh of homestead, appears in In volume,-the space represented lOe each by express not pre Dado Counts florid.

'j should not exceed lonth..t eight t the current issue of the Florida would fill more thin 400,000 paid. Plant your rupees early for (Circuit Court 1Ioto" J. Deputy<< Ckrl

tat.' and be Installed with four Inch I Baptist Witness: column inches.LlbraryGets. best results Order yours today) H. N.IM'II.H: ." rOct. .;r Plaintiff,

.overlap away from prevailing wind "The work ot Baptist J QUALITY NURSERY CO., Rte ( to 17 1 Nov:.a_ to. n:. less)

It should extend tour Inches up behind : I Church, Socrum, ::::1al in Ancient Letter No. 6, Tyler, Texas
shingle or be turned under .
window a fine way. Recently we have put Through the generosity of
fills, and extend at least tout
Inches over root in a partition across our church George A. Zabrlakie of Ormond PLACE YOUR ORDER now for NEWT G. BALL

i Chimney ban flashing should Ve I at the. wings, and have built and Beach and New. York, R letter home-grown turkeys and ducks,

small pieces Interwoven with shin dedicated free of debt a beautiful signed by King Ferdinand and for Thanksgiving. Shanklin

gin extending ave Inches onto roof',, rostrum. The T. E. L. Bible Class Queen Isabella of Spain in 1492, Grove Florida City. p-n7 NOTARY FCBLIO
under shingle and turned four
Inches up raised the money for this fine Inv the ism year that their expedi-
against chimney lapped three
Inches by stop hlllln,. The latter: provement and the. men of the. tion headed by Columbus dis- FOUR GREAT HUTS Fire Insurance and

la built Into the brick and turned up Bible clad and the church did the covered America, has recently Only $1,000, Fair frame house, 5

we Inch against flue lining. work The teachers of these been presented to the library of acres grapefruit, big producing Kindred Lines

Apron flashing should extend down classes are Mrs. C N. Walker-ind the Florida Historical Society, according trees, some avocados, oranges.
roof five Inches and be turned up Brother Oren Hancock. Much of to announcement made .11200 Fair 4-room frame house, 7
front Inches aprons against!with chimney.two Inch Support lead the success of the building enterprise >y A. J, Hanna, president The acre garden land, and 13 acres SI N. Krome A,a.

bangers. I was due to the. sacrificial Spansh letter is perfectly preserved fruit land.

IH pound bard sheet lead avoids spirit of Brother J. A. Fenton, who and Is protected by beautifully 12500, I acre grapefruit, 7 acres

stalling and at the lame time assures is one of the best contractors in embossed leather case lined Valencia oranges, IS acres fruit

economy, durability and service this section. Although suffering with aUk land, popular oiled road and power -
.Q. While walls and '
painting porch
line building
't r felling, some paint iccldantly fall on from a broken leg, he came on no $1000.00 If You Live
lit brick flooring. How can such stainsbe crutches and directed the work.I With the close of the Florida :(5000( 6 acres grove, neat cottage, .

iI\ removed One day the women of the church National Exhibit at the New York large packing: house and garage.H. and

A. The removal of paint spots provided for the men a fine. din World's Fair this. *week, manager A. CAMERON, $1000.00 When You DieA

J t from porous surface such uM brick ner. Wt had so many volunteer Earl Brown expressed satisfaction I Phone 7* Homestead Fla (aIN) Mortality EndowmentCost

and concrete can usually: be aoowpllshed with results and predicted that
workers all the week that w* got
by applying a washing soda I I 'FOR SALE -Tropical plants, citrus l 8* Little
solution, in each other's wiy. The fine countless thousand would come
success Of the operation der treei and tropical fruit In
.. drag upon amount .i stab/ .pres ; spirit of the church I 11 shown by to Florida this winter as a direct season. Jungle Grove, Redlaad Pan National Life
result of the exhibit.
ent.Dlnralve i the fact that already this monthwe road and HonUM drive
1 pounds washing soda have received thirteen new Ins. Ass'n.
.. .ntrae gallon of and Character Study .
water, apply se" .
members three of them by confession
lutlon_lib fiber truth. Leave soda lamntaet She (to husband after employing MISCELLANEOUSRENT : R. 1. BINKERT
of faith In Christ as Saviour. .
with stained areas for short
a gardener): "Why you
. lima non YOUR HOUSE: furnished Local Agent
ecnik thoroughly befer*
to hire the short man? The
Htwtni with clear water or ,unfurnished I have year
taU man had such a kind face"Husband .
: My dear, when you

LEWIS TRANA. Reporter pick: a man to work In your garden 1

VUDlmoaTIle Judge him by his overalls If

Redland Chapter held a Green hey're patched en his knees, you 1
bean>> preacher's term had I
Hand -initiation at its meetingMonday want him if they're patched: on
txpired and he.was anxious to I .
night The Initiate were: the seat, you don't"-Ix.NATURQL .
stay Oft Jack Campbell
Dick Campbell I ,

L "Bretkern tie said, "the tune I Ulrte Vlhlcn Earl .Wysong. Richard i I

ikba* \'com for you-all to elect a, Prothero,and Robert Je-nson., GAS
f paiitah to' anothah yeah,' AD dire The initiation team was composed Real] Estate General Insurance J

favorln' me will pleas say aye." of Rex Routine, Willis. Vlck.: Hat CHEAPER QUICKER
old Hampton, H. A. Aman, Lewis and Mere Dependable NOTARY PUBLIC

K* waited moment ..nd'thenhe I Vms Don Lair William Hampton Than Electricity

said: "Silence gives consent, and Charles Behrens. V. D. 1YON HOMESTEAD: Cora Palm A ve. and A VI. D Florida City Fla.

p r.e yo pastah to anothah )'eah.EJc. ."'I Mr yd Mrs. J. D. Wysong were FhoneM. PHONES! MI-J AND >*1-M


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"Old Folks At tlom and Account Book:, mft&Mfc

I Of Foster Shown irt Photostat at Fair,:

NEW YORK, Nov. .-
)-The original manuscript ot his' name on the title page for the I' [ K LI
of :
Stephen Foster "Old Folk at sum $19, an offer which

home," Florida' state long because : Christy accepted. Foster later regretted : ""
bargain much
very . .
Itt locale U "Way Do..nUpon when he realized that It was one -

De Swanee Ribber" was of the beat ot his work and was FACTOBYFACKSuga ANT BRANDMILK

ahown in chotoitat In the foster receiving the most recognition. He
requested Christy to permit him
collection the Florida exhibit.:
to claim the song a* his own but
ot the World' Fair which recently I Christy refused to cancel the !
ended Its fiat iea on. This first
original agreement. It was not
draft In Foster1 handwriting
until 1879 (19 years after the
ahowed the revision from the Pe- death of Foster) that he was correctly :

dee River of South Carolina to the accredited with the author Lbs. . . Z8c 3 Tall t 1 Cans for .I41CJergen's :
Suwinnee River ot Florida. The
ship. it was Foster :
date I* probably the lummer of
rather than Christy who earned ,
1551.y the royalties from its sale, la the Bath COUNTY KIST :
Two page from Stephen tros- account book show.EXPRESS .
ter'i account book ihowed royalties
--- CORN2No.2Cans..l7c!
earned on manuscripts up to January 1* CAKES j

", 1857. The royalties on "Old RATES Soap 33C
Folks at Home" total the most, FOR

$1,84740.An original manuscript In the OF CITRUS FRUIT : ',

Foster collection showed a set of PHILLIPS DELICIOUS DEL 1I10NTE
variation on"Old Folks at llome THE SPICED MEAT SENSATION:

arranged lot popular dances of the TO BE REDUCED Pork & Beans; Coffee ARMOUR'S ,
period, such as the polka, quadrilleand
horn pipe. Although this manuscript '
bean the phrase, "Com Lakeland, Nov. it.-(Special) Treat .
posed by Milton Moore Stephen I-Expws* rates on Florida citrus No. 2" Cans 8c Lb. . .25C

Foster'a brother, Morrison Foster, fruits, raised last April despite '

has crossed out the name of Milton protest by the citrus Industry,will Can .. ..$5c
Moore and corrected it to read be the rite In effect GABLESTomatoes WINNER '

Stephen C Foster and has wrlU prior to C"pr'ct for practically all FREE WITH EACH CAN

ten up the right margin note explaining destinations was announced hereby 1 4x4 ICE BOX DISH
the use of Moore's name, the Florida citrus commission.The Dog Food
"Milton Moore was a nom de lower rites go In effect Nov. ALL GOOD SLICED
plume of Stephen C. Foster-It 25. They were raised April 15 this No. I CANS

means John Milton and Thomas year.
Moore New York City and Philadelphiawere 2For 25r.PinEaPPlE
.. .13c 6 Cans
The print of the first editionof the only Important destinations -
"Old Folks at Home," published not affected by the reduc No. 2}/ Can l9c: :

bout Oct. 1, 1851, did not show tion. Permission to make flight
Foster" the title increase In express fates to those PILLSBf RY'S BESTFlo'll':
name on plate
5 Lb.
and E. P. Christy 1* listed at two cities was ranted, after It l, Bay. ..-.23c CEBHART

author and composer. However, was explained these'cities! had been I 10Lb'Ba r--: =::_...42c
Stephen Collins Foster wrote and out of line with other cities In r CHILI or TAMALES
composed this famous song their territories, under the rates 20 Lb. Bag.-...........79c

Christy and his minstrels merely In effect last season.Gratification Can
tang the songs Foster offered to has teen expressedby
citrus commission officials at AMERICAN COUNTY KIST

the successful effort to reduce the AU GOOD

PONTIAC SALES commission rates to their is planning former level an extensive The- Dill Pickles P E 74

campaign this season to increase .19CPeaches

DURING OCTOBERATIAIN'RECORD shipment of fruit by express i Qt. isc 2 Cans _.
and plans to utilize newspapers C

this effortThe radio and billboard in 'C : ?

express fruit business con
sidered one of the most profitable
Chicago, Nov. 18.-D. U. Bath- phase of the Florida citrus Industry : Large Bar Assortment RICE5Lbs..Mc
rick, general sales manager of and hat been growing steadily
Pontiac motor division attended
Under the rates going Into effect

the Chicago auto show announced Nov. H, it wUl cost $2 to ship : 2 Bars For .. . ..--. 25C
to a group of dealers at
box of
a fruit by express to Philadelphia
luncheon In the Saddle and Sirloin
a .
New York Boston Pittn ,
Club that October deliveriesof
burgh, Buffalo and Chicago. This SYLVAN FARMS FANCY
Pontiac car throughout the nation
I II a reduction of 20 cent to Boston
have beaten all October records "
Pittsburgh Buffalo and Chi Roll Butter Irish Potatoes
for the company He said that
cago, under the higher rates In effect -
he expect sale to continue at a
since April 15. The rate to
record-breaking pace through the New York City and Philadelphia ::10 Lbs..24C
remainder of the year. Lb ------------------------.31C
I Ia a seven-cent Increase over the
"Deliverle ot Pontiacs In October
summer rate
," said Bathrlck "showed an
Cost of shipping a box of fruit YORK COOKING19'YEPS
increase of 100.5 per cent over LOCAL FRESH l>DRESSED
to other cities will be
: Washington
October, 1938, and 95 cent over
per '1.50; Baltimore, $160: St 74PPICSrat
September, this year. Used car Paul, $2.BO; Virginia, ft.39; Ken- : Lb. . ssc ,
sales were also at high level for
tucky, $1.SO. All of these represent
this time of the which I I. 5 Lbs
year : H..11.7
reductions of around 15 Cents
per Hens Lb. soc
4 particularly favorable. Unfilled .
order increased during the month box.The 1 1
commission' campaign to ,
and are at the highest point they GEORGIA : ;
Increase :
shipment of fruit by express
have ever been at this time of !
already I II under way, with HEAVY WESTERN FANCY

year."I expect that the Chicago auto Numerous civiC organizations as- yams.
listing in urging Florida business
shbw will add still further Lamb Shoulder
men Chuck
to give citrus] for Christmas, Roast
the country, will add still furtherto
and also to write their northern
the sales impetus all over this HALF OK WHOLE: 5Lbs.
thai ::1'
section of the country," he told associates urging they include -4..4- C

the dealer showmanship that Citrus substantial on their quantities Christmas of shopping Florida Lb ".. .2&7C Lb. .k 6,6 416e
you dealers have put forth here 8NOBALL
llsU. The commission's cltrus-for-
give the public the finest kind of ,
Christmas campaign will be
presentation of hew models I
know a of anywhere and unquestionably during "gift\ fruit week" starting BONED AND ROLLED CauliflowerVeal I
Dec. 11. The directedto
la largely responsible for the
tremendous crowd of 77,000 winter visitor in Florid opens Roast lb.
people 29c Lbs.
that picked the International 'bn an extended scald Immediately -- ... .:15c
after Christmas and continues ,
Amphitheater during the first two
throughout the tourist season.
day of the auto show, YELLOW
Concrete EvidenceA ANCIENT: GOPHER: FOSSIL _
pullman porter was thrown SHOWN Bacon Ib.
from his car when the train was The fossilized remain of a prehistoric 190
derailed and flew a dozen tee] gopher turtle estimated to 3 Pounds He ijl

through the air before he hit headfirst ,be thirty thousand yean old. I* to : LU.W Adoun. -
L Tit a
against a concrete post IH 1 b* teed at the Highlands Hammock 1J0 1i1i

lay to a daze, rubbing his Head! ] Staid Park near Sebrln,. Its GOLDEN ROTBananas
when the conductor came running I arched shell 1* almost four feet BACON Picnic ftams

up. 1 High arid about five feet long ,

"Great Scott, man," cried the I Clarence Simpson, of the state Lb. ..
conductor, "aren't you killed?" J geologist' office, estimates thatthe .. .Z5c tb. --.I.e 3 Pounds 13c I
"No" laid the porter, getting to 1 reptile must have weighed In

his feet. "that post must broke excess of a thousand pound when "

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