The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00254
 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 24, 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: UF00087294:00254
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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!E I'I" No Delay in. Potato Crop PRESIDENT AND \VPA\ PUT

j .. As Seeds Sprout in Boxes, STAMP OF APPROVAL. ON:

TUBERS-' GAINGROW1lAS Three Union Thanksgiving, Services $46OOO.STRUCTURE.IlERE, : .

Set, by Churches of Redland District

TUft WHATIIERenrs Mayor Receives Notice i iJ

Wednesday night ha beeiy*e* deliver/the aermoa at the Home- .a.M..w..a at ...s.w.ansr..smreaw.e of 0. K. From AftaOfficial' :* ;
for Ul oa' Thanksgiving services N1td.tee.. His topic will be ........ new !
p.. I..I..jihTiM.T I lI I we
I Thanks" Trie Rev Randolph
of Homestead churches, to be held
Blaekfbrd, rector of St. John' -
i it the First Presbyterian Church Nov IT If f 1791{ 'II l 110,14Nv. WORK MAY ST2VRIWITIIW !
Episcopal will'give the
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and for union service of the 311- Invocation
and the lesson
1.' I 87 I 71 | I INor. I 30 DAYS ;
ver Palm, Redland, and Feirln will be read by the Rev Robert 1'Bf'f'qk.down'
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Methodist Church, to be held H. Spear, pester of the '
I Nov 11 I 71 I 85 ISOOTjtnce l Procedure
Planting Well Under Way :at Silver Palm church. Church of the Nazarene The :Rev. Nor U 17} 51 29 89(trace
Over District's 7,000 : The two Florida City churches J J. Richards, pastor of the Homestead Nov: 13 :I 1: 49 I|30041: : I 1,. To Be Last.Acti n,
Methodist Church will
-the Community Church and the offera on Plans
AcresAVERAGE Free Methodist Church-will hold prayer of thanksgiving and the

'a combined Thanksgiving service Rev George H. Ricks, pastor of I Dreams of a modernly equipped
: OF $1.50 Sunday night at the Community the Presbyterian Church, will hospital for Homestead, are to become .

SEEN AS YIELD 'I church. nounce the benediction. a reality, It became known
Music '
.44 The Rev. J. E. Johnitone patter under direction for the occasion of Dr. pro'I I NET $150 this week following receipt of
of the First Baptist Church, will Information from Washington th it
': Digging Now Predicted .' Robinson, organist of the '
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national WPA officials and President
byterian Church. The choir of FINE FOR OWNER\
To Be At Usual Roosevelt had placed theirrocking
/ ,the church will be augmented by
Period member of the other church I i stamp Institution.of approval on plans for the ,

choirs, under the leadership of I.
Because: the greater ; If anyone bought bolita ticket The official approval of (flu ,
portion of 1|AWAITED BY TRIO j J. lon A specialjuirDber by the i
No. 83 from plane was relayed. to Mayor Tbm
seed potatoes; held from planting chott %nrteTTtwrw.s the Wild Sonny Clapp, Miami
Billows" Noble. photographer, last week, he could Harris by Harry Huloe WPA supervisor
by rainy weather, sprouted In by
OF for the Miami The
"The Lord's Prayer" by Mallet, count ,
their containers, the potato season I on losing because the number O K. cleared the way for the construction
will be by Mrs T. L.
lung Hodges,
r of South Dade was non-existent- Sonny'sbooks. which
will will
probably be
'move alon"
Three airplanes, one of which Is accompanied by George FrIck. .
y' on practically the ordinary sched I an autogiro, are being preened at Last year was the first time the started within a month.
fourteen of the book The hospital will cost
ule. were presented approximately
the local service
airport by fliers of the was held on
'. It was pointed out that as evidence against Clapp $46.000 and will\ be locatedon
the seed Giro Associates a crop dusting Thanksgiving Eve It proved so
I when he was N. W. First between
arraigned in avenue
potatoes attained city
practically the the local airport by fliers of the popular that the same night waa
same growth in their containers i concern In preparation for the chosen this year with even a court Wednesday night on a Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets
as they would charge of possessing lottery tickets on land donated by County Commissioner
have gotten In the potato and tomato greater attendance anticipated, it
ground Approximately 125 carloads The ships moved :she this was said. Clapp pleaded guilty and J. D. Redd.

; of seed tubers, or a total of week from eperntlons. Pennsylvania The Rev. Wesley C. Smeal, pastor asked the court for leniency Mayor Before the hospital plan are
125,000 bushels, had Tom Harris sentenced him to returned to Homestead they will
received and the southern New of the Free Methodist Church,
In this I : $150 or 90 days ](I be taken to Jacksonville for a k"Breakdown"
area and were being England states and will be joined' will deliver the Thanksgiving sermon i
prepared for planting when heavy next week by another autollro.I at the Florida City service I "The books positively are the procedure before
rains started falling three weeks)Based at the local port, they will'j most crooked I ever have, seen,"I state WPA officials. This procedure
through the evidence. 11 There Is Is for the of making
; ago purpose
available for
o service in the Truck Driver Abandons
. It was only last week that the no 33 listed here Mid I am Informed any necessary last mnlute
territory from Miami south I 31
I Man to Die Beside Road ; by the changes before
.: ground became dry enough to The planes are equipped to police that No they are released
receive the seed and general plant pray as well as dust crops The was the winning number on the to construction supervisors
: ing started over the potato acreage r company pioneered In spraying Struck and fatally Injured by a day these books were seized The I The hospital building will bea
; that Is estimated at 7,000 this from the air five years ago when truck, picked up and started on player In this outfit had no chance one-story native rock structure -
: year It had been feared that,I successful experiments were madeon the way to a hospital only to be whatsoever" 176 feet In length and 36
: harvesting of the potatoes would be the grape crops of Michigan.In taken off the truck and left to Clapp said he brought the booksto feet in width.It .
. three weeks or a month late because I both dusting and spraying the die beside the road, was the fats Homestead after obtaining will have a IS-bed capacity,
: of the rainy weather, but 'company has attained a high government of Cam Parrish, 60, negro He I them from a negro who had been All equipment and accommodations -
' since the seeds have "broken dor rating, it was said. I died of his Injuries at Kendall hospital working at his photography/ studio will be ultra-modern and

: mancy" without planting, It Is Dusting from the air is accomplished Tuesday two weeks He said he 'got the departments will Include an
: believed that digging will be held by flying low over the Parrish was found on Hainlin In the racket" only because he was obstetrical ward, a delivery room
' up not more than a week. crops early In the morning before drive near Naranja road Sunday desperately in need of money, and an operating room. Four
: Growers have been working i the dew Is evaporated or absorbed. night He told police he was Mayor Harris said he was informed bassinets will be Included in the

,, night and day during the past Because dew on the plants is es struck by a truck driven by another Clapp went through the equipment.Dr. .
week In getting their potato plantIng sential in hold In" the dust, fliers negro. The driver, he said, negro section wearing an American J A. Smith and Preston B.
: started and seed distributing :operate only an hour or so in the stopped and placed him In the Legion cap and announcingthat Bird "fathered the hospital Idea
: { centers are being denuded of early morning The dust Is contained truck but became panic-stricken he had the "Legion concession more than a year and since have
their tubert. In a hopper attached to the a short time later and placed him for selling bolita tickets from worked untiringly toward Its ma

Growers believe that the average floor of the cockpit and li forced back on the road, where he was ,Jacksonville to Key West (Continued on Page Two)

potato yield will not fall below out by means of a fan. f.1-4
200 bushels per acre and that Pilots In charge of the ships A woman motorist discovered' FLYING
the average price of $1.50 a bush. are Jimmy Holsomback, O Parrish and notified police who PROVIDES THRILLS 1 MINUS

el receved last year will not be Emerson, George Lortlz and P'I took him to the hospital. : I

Growers to Hear Talk .

Municipal Park Now .Ready For Use On Tariff at Meet HereJ. TYLER EASEY I'I chair safety For some

Take'' It from a ""landlubber reason or other, you don't get that
Of Public WPA Informs Mark Wilcox, former congressman dizziness or height fear experienced
City Council I
who until
from the fourth Florida his first trip aloft this j while looking from the top

-- I district, will be principal speakerat I week shied at climbing a Un-foot I of a tall building You look down

Formal announcement of the An artificially-created "ham a meeting of Redland District I ladder, this business of lazing .and see pigmy people and miniature
opening to the public of Homestead I mock" which covers nearly two- growers'< to be held at 7:30 o'clock around the ozone 1,000 feet from buildings wltb the complac-

Park, which adjoins the city thirds of the park's two acres, Wednesday night In the auditor I the nearest tree Is "tops"Flying ency tantamount to staring at
park, was received by the city ,contains 200 trees of 29 varieties. ium of the Homestead High school. fear 1 I. strictly terrestrial the design on'our'lJvln room car.

council from of the WPA authorities at ameeting Two hundred and fifty royal palms The purpose of the meeting will If* like going to a dentist before pat The purring motors it'soothing
4 night Monday were set out along both sides of be to organize a group to campaign f)'ou.tep into the chair you imagineall and the) planer rider the* airwaves
the walks and along the inner side through an educational aorta of dire happenings but with about the same motion
. j ., The park Is one of the beauty of the coral wall on the north side publicity drive, for adequate tariff :when the actual operation takes as a small boat negotiating a
., spots hundreds of this vicinity and contains of the park. Each tree and plant protection that will allow. grower place you find there really ls nothing bay crested with small wavet
of trees and all Is labeled. a reasonable profit on their to It and)that your expectationsof There Is no perceptible sensation

section.tropical flowers It contains common in this At the meeting the council ordered drops through easing of the unrestricted fear and discomfort were when the ship climbs or descends
house a shelter charged oft the books uncol- Importation of products .roundJeI. At the usual rate and the flier can
fireplace, a fish from Cuba and Mexico it will an-1 Up there, whether It If 1.WO or tell he Is going up or down only
pool and 19: table, with benches. (Continued on Page Two) nounced. I
I 10,000 feet you feel a sense of (Continued en Page Two)

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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, November 24., 19094

;down. Very ilmpl Try it," says ,mot in attaining It to a project out-door decorated bom* la
FLYING THRILlS 'the pilot HOSPITAL I of tin"MMT TToUry" CBfB M be 'Homestead and the beat oat-door
decorated Mom In the district.
So the first Miter gingerly 'furthered durtna the eamlmtI
qualify In the contest the decor
the sock and give It al
(Continued from Fate One) I''alllllIt grasps pull to the left. The ship I Continued from Page One I v rHhs.. la a talk preceding the sttons must be seen at night fronts

by looking at hit burtrwmenl laepends. lie straighten out and terieltaMtion They around public ,I ....,,,. Mr Blatkford told of 'a short alliance
board or glancing at the round. tries a right turn; then he take I ....... secured pledge! for nicos toward those ends and urged
The flying Jitterbug, brother to small shoot upward and then one the aponsor's share of the cost sad I|the club to give the movement Yea 8uh
the reckless automobile driver and ,downward) It was very simple, then took the plan before the city I wholehearted support "You spent only two months In
the canoe aoeker, would provide afar eke rolling Off a 1 IN.I council which voted unanimously Mr Blackford alto explained I Alabama and you talk a* though
dlttereftt version for I firal'I "Nothing to It, is there!" Nfl as SCKMSOT the project and place the coming Christmas decoration I you were born down there'" '
tu.hl.er. lie Ja the ont who cause 'the pilot "The hardeet thtag'about It lit tine for WPA approval ,, contest to b, held from Dec. 20 Yes pardon my sudden ac.cent. .
accident end live aviation adverse ,'flying is taking off and landing Last May, a campaign to raise to 27. Three prizes of $5 each I ."-Ex.
publicity, filers say. ,properly." 10.000 was ringed under direc-I I ated place of business the best
But I trip with a careful, competent : So the first Slighter drove an tion of Mr. Bird and It ws con-
flier la grand. It presents airplane en his first trip off the suirnwtad successfully In a weak
thrill without the necessity 01''I'ground. This money is to be used for th-
courting danger and stimulating: The plane returned to the ground purcsbM of equipment and to add FREE !
fear. :with the same ease It went Into the to the fund which the city Is required 1
It I person has any misgivings!air. The pilot aimed at a 15-foot to pay toward the comtrutioa :-
when he starts out on his fl..t''crate struck It with a perfect I cott :t
flight they disappear when the I'three-point landing and then taxIed It hu b en tentatively decdel All HEX WEEK r"
ahlp leaves the bumpy ground and to the hangar to operate the hospital on a group:
takes to the smooth air road. lie I 1, "Come again," said the pilot, hospitalization plan. Under this
clutches to the side of the cockpit i:after the first Slighter stepped out II plan entire families could receivethe ,
tb and holds himself rigid I u "I guess your wife will be afraid benefits of the hospital service A 12-lb. TurkeyWith
he ",De' up the hlU." The pilot, I at first when the finds out you ,, whenever needed by the payment
experienced with beginner, turn are fiJIng around In airplanes.But I i of a small turn monthly, adapted The Purchase of aCALORIC
from his controls and grin: "Aw, I I can fix that Jjist swear to to the Income of member
relax. You're ten time liter than'her that you'll always have one I I I
thOM birds In those automobiles :foot on the ground when you takea I II
down there" ride In a 'plane. When you go I PLAYLETS SHOWROTARIANSUOW
The passenger: look down. On I II I up I'll see that there la a nice boxof
yes ribbon o( road, automobiles are earth In the cockpit that you I I (
hurrying; along with apparent can tramp on." GAS RANGE
abandon. He wonders how they
escape being tangled up. Then PARKContinued !I I TO HELP YOUTHPlaylets Homestead's Most Sensational Gas Range Value
he relates and start enjoying the
safety above the hustle and bustle] I,I SUPER INSULATED with HEAT CONTROL
of around traffic. ( from tog One) 4 Burners
I deolctin the right and All Porcelain .
The plane gains an altitude of
lected bill totaling $7,80351 for wrong ways to guide youth In re* '
1,000 feet, before the lint flighter water and electricity during the II !lectinej a vocation were oresentedby Pull-Out Drawer Oven Type Broiler
realizes that he Is going up and past 10 years. Of this amount the Rev. Randolph BLack font. 1- .
then starts a wide circle above M.T7J28 was for electricity and rector of St John's Episcooal 1'I A $69,50
Homestead. The anunllla la $1,331.28 was for water. Church before the Homestead Ro.'I' Value I Only $54.S0.ud'1'auI :.a:
wonderful andawesome; It I II In the total Is t.BSO.OI Deluded. tsar Club Wednesday noon +
something that the passenger had allowed widow of Mr. Blackford it chairman: of I
not expected.Dow below stretches I
Solar teaser brstem
gratuity. the vocational
a guidance committee O
8eMWcab' -
Homestead and Its surrounding Action the bills taken Free Estimate-
on was on of the club and the purpose of
field like a picture from book.I suggestion of John W, Matthews; his play was to aid club members
Eastward, only a few feet awayto who la In charge of auditing the' In giving advice to ambitious bovs.j! r.H.A. Moden1. CallFWMBINO 11. Fee
the) unpncticed eye. Is theocean city' book It was explainedthat At the conclusion of the acts each i w. Get ELPAIESsail.
stretching endlessly; to the widow on pension roll receive member gave Mr. Blackford slip _. ___ .
north, 10 mile away the buildingsof free from the city the mInI-' of paper naming vocatiaa which I t rNmMrl a& W-Yeseaee

Miami could be seen;westward mum rate of '1.0 each on electricity he could best discuss with I youth.Actors I, 8. 1 years to pay .. Fix Your Every N eeL
a* far a* the eye could reach w.athe and water. In the playlets! were Mr.I
green floor of the everglades On suggestion of Gordon Ivey,I Blackford. playing the part of J
The fields around Homestead superintendent of the municipal Lawyer Cynical; J. T. Godwin Come In and Look Around
were a giant' checker board, power plant, the council authorized | Homestead high school: student i
marked off by canal and roads construction of a sewer from I I playing the part of an ambitious
The tint Slighter la having the the municipal swimming pool to youth, and I. B. Blackburn, teacher -I SPECTER'SAuthorized
time of his life and enjoying every connect with another sewer two of elocution at the high school
second of the trip. Some day he Is I blocks south. Septic tanks are In who took the part of Lawyer
going to get a 'plane of his own use at the present time at the ,Good.
and lute around the sky; he's going -,pool The sewer will cost approximately -| Aiding the youth of this dlsitrlct Crosley Dealer
to"Want- $500 and besides the pool i I In finding the proper niche I Home Building Homestead Phone 73
to take the sUck awhile?" It will serve the adjoining trailer I Iin life and giving him encourage -
the pilot asks suddenly; camp. I e-

First lighter u horrified; then The council granted permit to llElllilllilllIllll! t11111l11lllllfllllllllllilIII1111111111111111111111111111/ /! 1111Illlllllllllllillllillll1111111 mllllllII !
believes the pilot is Joking |George X. McCasklll for the erec-.I : ; !!! !
"Just ease the stick this way If tlon of four house -osting a total
you want to turn left, that way if of $1,600 in Ada Logan subdivision -
you want to turn right, pull It toward and to Hartford Lee for .
you It you want to rise and I'construction of a $350 home in the II 1940 Auto License Tags I
shove It away If you want to go same) sub-division. I


New SupplyWe II 1 On Sale In Homestead I II

December 1 1939

Have a New Supply of I I

Landreths', Simon's, and Stokes'SEED
Registration Card With Them II

Applicants 1\lust.Bring Title Certificate and I


.m I HOURS: 8:00-12N.,1-5: Daily |

AND DON'T FORGET TO USE I Buy Your Driver's Licenses Here |

Redland Brand FertilizersTO

PLANT YOUR SEED BEDS lB. American Legion Auto [


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Florida East Coast"fertilizer Co. I litte I service |

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rein DRIVE STARTEDTO a&ld. Included In the band organization between these and the roof will FRANK U\DEMW II HEADS
or.r I are a drum major and two CHAMBER I 0.0PLANS be open. CLASS AT TfLANC:
; drum
"" majorettes
The building will face ,
west with
GET SCHOOL The uniform drive committee the Frank TJndrman, Jr.whose child-
I FOR FETE entrance facing the end of a
la composed 01 Mrs. W. P. dig block-long road running trait hood was spent In Homestead
Michael Mrs J. D. Barn. Mr i where -
his father operated a drugstore
BAND UNIFORMS Adrian Jacobs, M.... W. E. Rhe- OFFICE BUILDING flaglcr street 100 There bootie will within be approximately the ( for years before moving to

9h Jfrm ney and Mn L P 'McLeataMinben building ]Leesburg. has been elected president -
of the) city: council at I of the freshman medical claasi
A campaign to roles fund to their meeting: Tuesday night made Construction of a permanent The land upon which the structure i of Tulsne University according
buy unlofrmi for the Homestead Individual donation totaling S40 building to house the fruit feitl- Is to be built la owned by I jto a clipping from the Tulane
High school band i I. being conducted .toward purchasing the uniforms val and the Redland District the city and use of it was grantedto campus newspaper received here
under auspices of the following: a suggestion made by Chamber of Commerce offices, the chamber last June. this _
Band-Parent BaoatrC!"ih, an Councilman W. R. Bird. will start within two weeks, it Will The chamber voted to start the
organization formed to sponsor The Redland District Chamberof announced at a meeting of the festival February 28 and,continueit Jn V Banda
activities of the musician The! Commerce voted to donate $23 chamber Wednesday night, following a full even day The topic
drive started Wednesday and will toward the purchase of the suitsat adoption of plans for the of carnival concessionsettracted along OLE
continue through Tuesday a meeting Wednesday night itructure debate and It finally was de-
Mrs. Margaret Mill, music instructor -I cided to confne line operation of
at the school, whose effort The membenhlp voted to advertise concessions to local persons with 1 M1, YMM
for bids on the work during k.'t '
.. mulled In the formation of CHARITY GROUP the exception, of riding devices ,
the coming week and to award
the club said the uniforms for the On motion of X. H. Gallagher
32 member of the band will coat I AGAIN TO SPREAD contracts at a ppeclal meeting secretary the chamber dissolved
The building Is to cost
approximately $300. They will be approximately last year's festival committee of
green. and "white the tchooli colors S3.000 and will ba-erected which George) Turner Jr. was
YULE HAPPINESS on a tract of land near the boundary chairman.The 2,00M
The boosters club was formed at of the ball park and south of
a meeting last Tuesday night at the the iwlmmins pooL It will be one- chamber voted to appropriate .
f IS to be used for
: prince
school Another meeting will be An organization meeting of the story with a length of 280 feet and In the Christmas home decoration JACKS LU'S
a width of 100 feet The walls will
held next
Tuesday night, when Christmas Cheer Committee a8I'OUP
be tour feet and constructed contest sponsored by the Homestead LEADING HOTEL
officers will be elected and plans that functions each year high f
for future activities will be dlicuseed. -!['III the distribution of food and of concrete block and the area Rotary C'nu. .......-. ..
i I:toys to the needy of the Kedlandt Hew to Save cJ>?-, paal be"YYsuaAte
Mrs. Mills said heretofore the District' has been called for 2:30 I Interested In bringing happinessto "Is your wife economical I =.: -
Homestead band was unable tol I clock Monday afternoon at the the poor. The group will operate "Oh, very;we do without nearly I COMIOIT sae as ..eat
participate In out-of-town han Thomas J:. la the from Goulds to as
parades city by KIrby, gen ) area
everything 11IHd.Ex.. I 8-- ............ .......
and other events because the eral chairman of last year! group Florida City, inclusive ...........--.....
members bad no uniforms. The Officers of the committee and The Homestead Rotary Club has ..... ..._"' -r...
members now ire in good musical worker will be named and plans appointed the Rev. Randolph
training and are available for tool for the coming Christmas timework Blackford, J. D. Redd. Wayne Dr. R. J. Elliott
activities With the arrival will be discussed at the meetIng Emit and E. B. Blackburn as COCKTAIL LOUNCI.a. I
of the uniforms the band will be Mr. Kirby said. member of the committee. The curaortACTOK COfnr SHOP I

able to accept several out-of-town The committee Is made up of Redland District Lions Club has .. '
I Bern BleI,. Heeaestead -" n.ra.wr
Invitations already received for representatives of civic organizations named Mr. Kirby Don Talbott S_cbmmow brew.e .
function during the holidays she and club and individual ind James English.
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V | 'Say, did you know that the
f SITES I original old packing house in

OwUMr III DWl Cmtr DW.-(Mm-*-_- __ -- SI II.e M* 1 I which Tom;:':.rt.started in business -
CNf'c! "S' I many li or rather
was in our midst until a few days
'With.helred ginning to Mi eves j :',D.' The old building back of the
Mercantile which la being torn
Aflame wWi veusjeanes, Just I
I (down Is the Identical structure In ,r
IIId pride .. which the 'Tomato KIn,. began '
C r The Wit lord sevsgintly arise I business st PerrIne. ."

-TIM Ox of Hosts h a* ear 1 Advices received In Homestead

1Id4!.' 0 last week were that Joy Simons
now of Barnard N. Y. had shipped
Oh amot foal to Ms* tbMJie*. '
I some of his household goods here
Who ..... *
w. at* saMrtajsr "
and would soon be with ui again.
1 -"Mrs. E. D. Taylor and three b
aid such. AM Iniquity' children, of Col quit Ga.. arrived ,

Ai war by tkMng Ititahat. aJI. l lOfG last week expecting to remain '

-Pen7 Wnm n ill.Ifce permanently ." .

New York Times '1914 -"Mr. and Mrs J. M. Holcomb
? R. L Hobaon and family Mr and
e t t
4 t Mrs. Henry Carter and Mr. and .,
I Communist Nonsense Mrs John McKimmey spent a r ...cI

i very enjoyable day.at Royal Palm ;
I Three of Statins 'eentrolled I l[Hammock on Thanksgiving" '1ft

; paperstn Jlosoow-.the Udd.Star, weVIVA 1 -='B. F Poaey. wife and baby, of '

( Pravda and IzvestU -ervnow" telling I Cordele ,.Ca" arrived /an Mondayand
i I are staying .with.llr. ,Peseyis
theirdunStnflbles'm.5 !un. .j
brother, 'W..J..POKY. ,"
out the. wr rid that +rrspiI stK" -"J. B. 'MaOett and.Frank Skill

United 2l.lej, through lit "VZali! iwet1tAuall..ahooLi.Ql.on .Thursday .

t, Stieeters" and bankers is feedingthe r 1 1 and bagged 41 birds between them.

flames of war for the sake of Henry and Ed. Brooker, accompanied -
I by two other hunters, went
profits Their proof ,to that our
I on a hunting trip to Big Bend on
government has liftetHhe,embargo Thanksgivllng day and brought

; I I la fine buck home with them."

No doubt "The films didn't arrive on
there ere who
I(Tuesday so 'UK-ihowtwsa called ,
win realize large refits out of II I(off for that'night." '

things they sell to the Allies,'but .,'e.ts..a..e..ft..a..ea, i jA + I f-"Ray Cooding end 'family of
r r-
I the actual fln.nc..J..ao..ltol+ Lei three children, fromthe west

country resulting from war will Itvwasifo 1988 that 'IHENRYIFLAO.LEU'S I Tnost itttentUnc of all our insect-catching. coast has purchased the Osborn

.' greatly outweigh thent.. first great Florida enterprise, the plants ito 'hallow leaves being deadly trap property and are here to stay"Florida =
Ponce de Leon Hotel at St. Augustine was for wandering Insects, who are lured in. ( City.) '
Fact number one: If Stslin,sad completed at sit COlt.f 12.000000. Nest side iby a nectar or weet tauetlon. The -"Mr. and Mrs. Munscn'ef.Con*

not Joined Hitler In. pect to Nat be taunt -.the Mfc rt<<>pMitoiit. Jn saw I ripening btiq= -.s bJ the nsasehingaioaaetkey necUcut.ace.esected Jo-arrive In

Poland and Wet NoI"dIct1Uld.8a1IurI "he'boughtsVlttXelfcatonav KUn JSXMi wai=t the Light and'Wb i al8ty Florida Qty.this week.Mrs Hun-

i countries there would have been I began the construction of the Royal Poind- against the tranalueent spots In the kaiL son"is a sister Of"Mrs. A."D.Tim-.

little or no urge to lift the em ana in Palm Beach, where later he built the Exhausted they fall Into its baaa where the .ton.....Councilman.Collier offered to
bargo. Breakers By O8M ,las=er's rrsulway read cretian of ftatt stupefies aad'oterconies repair the roofolthe engine house
been com ktd1 ilmtot3iiarnl'the'MagierC1ty, 'them. .Norialn titaneater thedeaf'ppoping;
if the couacfl would furnish
Fact number two: The great worlds 'Of 'thla
and !he ,lookedovesMdfformew tto igpctsVsi- the material"' (Florida City)
j t majority of American business trttrucUon,sjftM The UiASfnTERN.
conquer 1905'heibejrant isa'be/uttfdl'Attle -"Chief Mas*'.Victor.Wallam, son
:i l men In and out of Wall Street as ) Over-Sea Railway tto 'Key Watt, the bird that arrives I In 'irloridajln j JAnrUtand of M. P. W 1IMn. -hfM arrived in

x well ss s vast majority of other 'world's engineering vwarukr -at ,tM i tiara, depart during:September .aadDetoberito )I Homestead en:Wednesday with his

Americana, are opposed to this Which was opened Jan.! .22, !1912. :In :May, I ,1'O.t&rth.r.8OI1th.to''Central and South,'Am I bride ,expects 'lo' be transferred

war and would like to nee It end 11913'Mr. :Flatter (died'but' he lived:to ate ,erica. ;It .WM'Almost .exterminate .*t.-onetime from his present berth with Eagle
''his stupendous! enterprise completed. for ,the /millinery trade, I bat is mow Boat 46 attPertsmouth H., toPensacola
t now. War boom money and war I II I and made of
I'be SPtTLTED TRU1lPMLHAFisthe ,increasing.rapidly comniander
boom profits are a* 110'much Eagle Boat M .H
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i{ national economy. The financial 1 !! YYYYYYYYYT.TTTTTTYYY.rr CURRENT: ;i PROM ((OUR ;MAIL 'BOX i I 1 the from North a I two-months having e very trip enjoyable through

system of the U B A. has net ',trip. .:

yet, recovered ,fresn the disk It :-"Mlas Gladys Avery took up the .
Mk.; -F lt'estiv7
i experienced from weir hues prsf Urges Stem to,Broartcast : duties ef'mathematics teacher on :

ii! Jim t 20 years-am: nftd nosy <<'OJICII AOMKTT'1TEUII. MissaliuaAAAAAAASaAAAAAAAAAA. I !f.o..Natia'Over. 'National Farm and (Home Hour :Monday, taking the,place of Prof
returned to
Llppoid who I
I mints arm '''.aM1iI lead,. etl I ...
I ILoulsviUe, ."
.i the system have warned againstt Gov. Fred wants to be United Editor of Leader-Enterprise 1 achievements end now that the!!
chamber of 'commerce will build -
I 'IP I another such Jag (States senater eh- WWII I be'bid For a wunber of yean an Idea I
I (secretary, Mrs Fred or Brother has been I Its new heme And'expect'to hold 'Children :in Court
Fact number three. : The NeuUal- Breach? hovering In my mind and : nextyear's ,fruit festival dose I

t Ity Act .will occl lon sacrifices I( 11 i hive etttn wrandered :avhy UM by. I sm submitting this Idea to 18Y .Iud" Miloulm HatfieldA
ctMunber ef .eammerce, county I you to be presented to the chamber I
running! ,altogether, into hundred:
1 Praise be The county patrol
I commerce and others interested,
: of millions of dollars, notably th.1 I has begun the work pf running out agent. Lions and Notary clubs and forwhat it Is worth-to the Redland T.t\HI.II1S DOG
lwi .' whenever atiiess ,Dtereatad .inrtoe building i '
: withdrawal of our passenger er and pe0ky }ilfrHrU yp tet/ District ,
Way show up in Dade yar.noseeskhg up sod advancement ol the Rea The child ..!\oMelIa a dog is to
1I'tllIhlIa from Aj tall 'NataaallF.nn !
are .wa..IUIe ,
many ---i be '
snore piteed'then condemned.f
in for the rich plskmg 1II1ftI.rtr1ci. .
have not of
routes which will result In the during the sesson. thought end r Home Hour is pre*l One .aahallbay "was 'brought into
displacement of some 10.000 sea. I .. '.. I It and tried to put it Into effect. i entstion Vy the.U S..Department jcourt for eemtarUly stealing valuable -

men employed on these vessels to I A sense of humor may be a saving I have been a resident of the :of Agriculture ss different sec- I dogs, MIl hiding them in the ,
tlons of the '
1 country more -
I 1 I I capejcially i=garage' at home. The Child was
say notktag .f tile '-'WI grace bat ItitUdnft snem to 8ed1aadt1)il1r11tlor.UnIB..RIS( from the western states,and ,
attracted all kfad ef and
stable Industrial act U His*. help prisoner Frank Hyde when a have seen the district grow land I 11 have yet to hear este frwn Florl ,simply could net resist appropriating pets -
Tl1en.1 reporter called at the county .Jail,cleared homes rda, I !listen to the'program very .
partly because ef the new go up -an41 I I'I' any be found In I the street
to* see him and he sent wont:
groves of all sorts planted. I have nearer every slay st noen, end >1 More serious
policy of the dictators In subjugatIng 1nI toI'I8tQImMH1IVIre
"Tell him Tm outHe ls
other .ftIUCII'I' still I In .watched the vegetable plantain feel that if the above named or- ,averted when the Judge advisedthe 'J
we will probably 'I" 'I'
grow, .especially.potatoes to such j'ganisationswould consider the I mother that it was necessary ;
., ..,.nII.ftr navy -.!fit armyat efflcial'ef-the U S.. weather. an extent that hey equal'tomsteesi(.., Idea of ,having 'the fruit festivei) ,to give the boy a pet

an expense of about 12.000- bureau states that since Ike tarn peppers" shy other Tegetsble In ''I broadcast ever. nation-wide set1 Few parents realize the cravings J" ,

000.000.snore than -wassome 'plaaned;I of the. 20th century rervrds;Iboiwtfiat raduHMn,:If l'IOt.x *>truMm.| work gtrtog in detail all the the average child hat for
I the earth'g.gettin, warmer Lags te,..papayamowOBsntasl 4q fruits; tropical and otherwise. something alive to love and to call
m..U ago eat there ss yet Wnty of variation the fensince a Miami concern I that are and can be grown here!|his own Caring for a pet under .
These are just a few small- I the lowest 'tveordrAg'M'hts-i" has started to process the fruit. as well as the various lines of parental guidance Instills kind-

change Items, and they don't begin I Cory being M.4 below sera 4n Siberia \ I note/ with Interest ''the gftiivtli 1 i etables, the pleasure of \ ftl.1 ness, unselfishness and a sense of
in 193 and 131.4 shore in of I e section where It Is always pleasantly
I to compare with the moral and lines and ewocadoe and the j I II responsibility: In practically any
Tripoli in 1922. fight to, put these,,fruits before the I warm no snow or ice to girl or boy No boy Is completely
mental costs in America arising)
I northern public; also the action of I fight, toe God-given benefits oft,happywithout ,M ilaJthntl -do.* asa
( out of this.war. An ___fat .puMteanon the- state In ControUQit green;. the Ai\'. ray here--this'to'he taken friend and companion. The J

: No, It doesnt make sense te contend -; named the following as the weekly unmatured citrus fruit from flood- ) up through Station WIOD-Ijsm ,two are Inseparable ,
salaries of the most famous of I Ing the northern market. a practice I J I sure It could be put over and)
that we paused the embargo I the newscasters of the day: Edwin which In the past has always] the whole country would learn, "Where do Jellyfish get their 'tj
act to keep the wsr-going so that C. Hill, 30500; Dorothy Thompson,]been detrimental to grove own-'.I more about the Redland District'Jelly*"

I Wall Street and the bankers couldJJ I t2. OO; Lowell Thomas. SUM; H en at large I watched each year!i and Its benefits to a healthy life I. "r_ the ocean currents I 1
make profits. CONUIIMd on Pate live). .i (Uj., rult .kdivtI .grow to greater! !| Francis {'j Brady. fuess.* -Boys' Ufa.r .


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I Friday. November 24 1939- :,' -'-- --- _THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pv* Five

PONTIAC SALES Vet Pilot to Teach !easy rests the head that wean a : your land against you that Kill
crown' By the way Mr Hit., the some day take voice and legs, rise :
Local Air StudentsLocal CURRENT 'American people have naught up and smite the system. f

: SET RECORD FOR .against tbe kindly German race I
fledglings will take to the COMMENTContinued but there Is a strong sentiment in Want Ads Fay-Try Them j ji

j air under the guidance of Jimm I _
PERIOD Holsomback, veteran filer and instructor -I
(Continued From Page Four) .
at the local airport, it
V. Kaltenbom and Gabriel Heather

Deliveries of new PonUae can was announced.Mr.. Holsomback. arrived1' here I $3,000 etch; Elliott BooseveltJ1200 GIRO ASSOCIATES i
; Raymond O Swing and
during the tint 10 days of November
thla week with e fleet of dJstlnlg timer Davis,
continued at record highs' $1.000 each; H. R.
for the fall of the year, according :airplanes which will be in service Bankhead W50; Fulton Lewis, NOW OFFERING i iAntogrio'
in this
to D. U. Bathrick general sale area during the vegetable and Paul Sullivan, $750 each;
season. His dusting duties will require Trout, $700; Earl Goodwin, $ Jr"1
manager, and' point to the beat ; I
November only few hour in the early Graham UacNama. Drew
and best last '
sales in Pontiac history. quarter ,.morning and he wilt give over the I ion and Robert. Alien, f&00 ach. ud Airplane
remainder of the day to the instruction n .
"During the first 10 days of of novice I
November Pontiac deliveries were Judge Bam decUllon that the
989 pep cent ahead of the same : A member of the United States I plugged culverts, In South Dade

rC' period In October and 48.1 per]army reserve corps, Mr. Holsom-I'I'must be opened to let off the surplus -
cent ahead of the first 10 dayi of back has Instructed more than water from higher lends Is DUSTINGLARGER
' November last rear,' Mr. Bath- 1,000 flying students over a periodof In keeping with a print ,ne! followed *
I rick laid "Every 10-day period five yean He has approxi- in tome other atatei--that
since the announcement of 1940 mately 4,000 flying hours to fate)I nature mutt take Ita course and

models has registered important credit I therefore lower land must receive

increases In sales over last year, At present there are 19 student'I -and car for If the owner
. and from the general business r fliers in the local colony of air- vlahe*--tht waters tent down from I FACILITIES

; optimism that prevails I look fora men. higher elevations..

I business continuation through'of record-breaking the balance of M"N"MNINNNMN.MNNINN"WNN1 4-II CLUB W NNNNHOMESTEAD i I i Columnist.W'trook Pegler I BETTER SERVICE

the year. By DOLLY BARMETTB I I prints this picture of the Loa Angeles -
"Altough production schedules I sector: "Nothing li strangeIn
have been increased in an effortto NNINMNNNM"MNNMNIM"NMNN"MMNNWNNMNThe Southern California: except sanIty -

take care of orden promptly, turned inftj'a week was| honesty and the acceptance ofmOI'11
over t Delaney InquireG.
and civic obligations" And
our unfilled orden have Increased i
43.:3 per cent over the number we play. Suggestions who gave out for parts Christmas for a,1| that Isn't all, nor the wont, he

had on hand a month ago, while I says about it P. EMERSON JIMMY HOLSOMBACKHOMESTEAD
gifts were also given by Miss De-' .
we have 70 per cent more unfilled I
orden on hand than at the same laney.W. Hitler says that the bomb that !
time last year r miNed him by a quarter hour was AIRPORT
B. Bird and Henry Brooker*,
"Used car sales are well aheadof Instigated by foreigners That
Jr.. to serve two yean; and Joe I
make. one laugh long while
a year ago, as well as substantially :
above the first 10 days, Gauzena and Lee H. Lehman, tol Bill Shake said this truism: "Un- I II..
of October which I serve one year. Reports were
certainly ia ahealthy
made on the Sunday School bye
sign and a good indication i
Mn. Lee H. Lehman; Acolite
of the general increase in employment
Guild, Wilson Austin; Young 01
and larger payrolls, People's Service League, Mn Virginia -:
throughout the country. I
Walton Women's Auxiliary
; o.
"These increases In sales
I- are I Mrs. George N. Wakefield, missionary ig
especially gratifying to us because c
work A. R. Caves.
they are concrete evidence that
I W. R. Bird, treasurer of the' i
the enthusiastic reception Riven '
:church, detailed the church budget -
the 1940 Pontiac can Is not temporary : Rein Rich
I for the coming year and the 0
but rather la gaining momentum
rector, the Rev. R. F. Blackford; 14,71s"
with each succeeding
explained how each dollar would : .
calendar period." s 1P lr a
be utilized. t tI
Episcopalians Select tI

Vestrymen, Hear Reports

j{I DR. R. S. MERS j it'* nice to have a lot of ;
Election of vestrymen and reports YES .
I )' to spend. But doe forgot
of various officers marked I
the parish supper-meeting of St DENTIST there' also plenty of fun to be had

John's Episcopal Church held Friday Office !loun I a. m. to I ". an. "on the way up" to affluence. here's the real thing in precision-made

night at the Hospitality I Sundays 9 U It mechanisms not just a stopgap to bile
House The Rev. E. L. Pennington -
of- Bcllinie'ou
Closed Saturday There's the satisfaction over.
; rectof of Holy Cross Epico-I

pal Church, Miami, was the guest Free Parking Space something! better than you're used 10You roll your steady even-gohsg, firm-
speaker stepping for instance to this smart,
up, riding way, and tho taut, staunch
The new vestrymen are: Mn A.I 1761 N. W. JGTH ST. MltVl: swift solid Buick after you've been
everywhere-substantial feel of this fine
E Caves and George N. Wake- Pllu 1ilIn
field, to i erve three years, Mrs I driving run-of-the-mill car. carriage bring a sense of "getting tome-

I I where" as satisfying as your first gilt

I Just you feel the silk-smooth surge of its edged bond.Suppose .

great 107 horsepower inicropoisc-bal-(
have to stretch bit to
you a
anced straight-eight engine and
you buy this Buick-well you'll find that
MOVINGTo know that all that went before was only. ,

I to this big thrill. all the only morelyouftipth.firm.e..yge..birtlniJtli. make you prize this & eightpreliminary

I So go look' at the car that can mark a

MAE MORRIS' New Building, December 1 click of its action under your hands says milestone in your life. It doesn't cost a

thing to find,out how little it will stand

More Room, More( Facilities i Tiki mfJillltttlralrJlillii,int torn.m.JtlIffturJftrlfurinf you delivered.
isles ft 139 MnnrtJmlfliml
,MicA. Shut sidewall Sires.'/.ti,.", ,
N..ai.rdergsfrthe__/,,;,*,--.." -" Naaao.

We have placed every qualified student and

'l} have many unfilled calls. Your place is waiting.

Many calls for men. .

A position, or your money back, when you are

qualified. Beware of the school that shirks this


Terms-yes. Books furnished. Price reasnI( I

able. A few minutes' talk will cost nothing. '

See Us.


Second Floor-Mae :Morris Building
South Krome Ave. Ph 18 Opposite Tag Agency

i North Krome Ave. at Third St. Homestead

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: _Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, November 24, 19

.,- ...., I Mendtjr for a two-week business +++++++++++++ +++i+I ...*..) Bake In a hot oven fa!

trip to Tampa. I about 10 minutes to keep the fM

I; In and Around I Sara last Oangnanl week and and have family I rented arrived I Hints toIlhousewives I Ing reduce from the soaking heat the and pastry permit Then the?

II the Severy homo on Palm ave pie to bike aB moderate tempE'
erfture for about 20(
nue for the winter.Mr. minutes' elf.
Homestead until a knife Inserted in the fin.:
i. and Mn. Johnny Decker, ing comes out "clean." Building,
t" n Grover Becker Clyde Neill and ++ + + + .++++++++ +++ the pastry up around the edge ofJ
nL!! I Rudolph MatUon enjoyed a camp- PUMPKIN PIE 1 the pan makes a more attractive

:: r Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Parker left the funeral of their uncle, B. p.1 Ing trip to Cape Sable over last By Isabelle S. Thursby pie.Like ,
.'( ( Tuesday for a visit to Chester, 8.1 I I Kemp, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs week-end. Extension Food SpecialistThe it la, this pie Is a delicious :
I. Thanksgiving season Is dessert, but If you want to make'
C. accompanied to Atlanta Kersey spent the week-end with
were ,
, t \ by Mrs. J. L. Burton. who,,relatives here. : Mr. and Mrs. Leon Perry and also the season for pumpkin pie I 11\ par excellence you might' tops
family of New Jersey, arrived on that the slices with honeyiweeOjend
lad and there are few things can
win visit her and
,; { son I Tuesday for the season and are this delicious southern dessert whipped I cream. ,
in-law, Dr and Mrs. Dr. and Mn. G. O. Brewsterwill
{ \ dauahler-I occupying the Brockett cottage on and appeal A folks
t : and by Mrs. H. P. I attend the annual meeting of 10th street for Its flavor note to who have sweet f:
will visit relatives in the Florida State Society of Mayflower :: There are various and sundry potatoes and papayas, but no-
of making pumpkin pie, buthere' pumpkins: Try the
ways same recipe
.: Descendants on Nov. 25 at | Little Rlcha-;; Clinton suffered
I j another that is guaranteedto for your pies, using the same
Beach. Dr. Brewster,
The Rev and Mrs. George E. Daytona a cut over his eye on Saturday please. amount of potatoes or
papayas la'place
I Deuel will return to their home the official state surgeon of the.when he fell from his crib. On The "makin's": I 1-3 cups of of the pumpkin 4
1 in Redland next week from a society, Is a direct descendant of Tuesday Dicky Neill fell from his
., I stewed and sieved pumpkin; 2-3 A pie made like
t this
I will
.. Elder William Brewster, who was make
visit ot several months In Indianapolis tricycle and cut his forehead. Both I
of brown 1 teaspoonful
of a cup sugar folks have
a tendency to
\ presiding elder of the Pilgrim I I children had to have stitches tak- hurryup
of cinnamon H teaspoonful -
> with their turkey to
In Mass. get to the
colonists Plymouth but are reported as Improving I
i ;en. of allspice, '4 teaspoonful of dessert
; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fojle of i satisfactorily. cloves, >"4 teaspoonful of salt, 2
t Naranja, had as guests on Frlady, Mrs. Edith R. Bell of Jackson eggs, 1V4 cups of milk, and H cup
Mrs. Earl Mitchell of Hastings, ville, and her son, Sumter, are visiting I'M of cream.
N N. Y., and Mrs. J. D. Ramsey of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lyon. Homestead Girl ScoutsA And here are your directions: Spaghetti Supper

Miami. Beat rICK Kllghtly. Mix sugar, sail
eAi I Mr, and MI'I.1m, Kepp ot 'ji's; "'will be; '''held; and spins together and add them and
Wachula, will spend the week-end camp to Stir In milk and cream,
Mrs. Fank Webb, Mrs. T J. ,Greynolds. Park In OJus on eggs. BazaaraubHall
'I with Mrs. 'Kepp'i mother Mn. taking palm to dissolve the sugar
Faust, Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, Mrs. I Dec. J7, 28 and 29 for the first 32
Mollie Thomas.Mr. thoroughly. Then stirin the
Frank Hausman and Mrs. Vane In
girls who sign up it was announced -
Harris attended a musical program at the regular meeting ol pumpkin.
In the Woman's Club of MI- and Mrs. O. R. Hall\, Dr. J. the Homestead Girl Scouts Tuesday Turn the filling Into a PalolIned \!)-
ami on Tuesday A. Smith and Archer Smith left : pttrrnoon at the home of 9-Inch plo plate (preferably
Sunday on a week's hunting tripto Frank Skill. Reservations Mrs.l I ofSacred .
p Miss Iva Dyal, a student at Ockeechobee :made at Girl Scout headquarters books from hit hI/.Ie Wednesday Heart
Stetson University lpenthe .-"'_ _._ """ "- I In Miami. night. He gave police the name
week-end wua.-her parents, Mr. i'IORiUA CITY j I The high pressure and balloon I of a man he suspected.

and Mrs. E. J. Dyal. i tires of a bicycle were studied by ,................._.._.........u..........,.."."...."...."" Church
By Mrs. W. W. Severy I II the scouts. The second class
v Dr and Mrs. B. E. Gatlln had -_ __ :,scouti will find out how .11 foreign :Make ReservationsNow 11:30 a-m.-2 p.m. 5 p.m.p.m..
a. week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs.: Mr. and Mrs. Marshall House I I countries observe the holidays -
{ Paul Phillips of Pensacola. Mrs, 'I and four children of Crowe, I and report at the next meet- For'Jr. Wed., Dec. 6
Phillips is a niece of Dr. Gatlln. O, have moved Into the Ing. They must also cook a simple -
house for the season. N'I dish to be served at a meal. WOMAN'S 50c
Mr. and Mrs. P. U Baker have I A letter was written to E. C.
aa a guest for a few days, Mrs. Mr Clagfott Miami. Is now Cole to thank him for allowing the I Ii CLUB CABARET
Jack Ingraham of Miami. assigned to the Florida City officeof I'scouts to visit his estate In Coconut -I
the Florida Power and Light Grove several weeks ago. I PALMS HOTEL
< Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hobson of Co, to assist Manager Roy Chandler THIEF GETS $80 SAT., NOV. 25
: Miami, formerly of Homestead. I FLORIDA CITY
} Steve Kavltsky who lives on
, are visiting their sons-in-law and Ilk Bauer drive pear Radlond road tlardea-IIarrla Modern
daughters Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Crady Hubbord Is at the Kendal reported to police the theft of a : Packing HouseNNNINNNIMINNINNNNINNINNNIINNNINIIN1 Rooms and Apartments
Barrow and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. hospital suffering with an eye purse containing $60 and two bank ., Reasonable RatesITALIANAMERICAN

i 1 Sherard. Injury. i .u/,, .1 r uuum,,, ,,nuiuun.nin,,,,,, ,,. ,,,, ,,,ia uwnl' mu, nun' nniuuunn',''nnuuamnn.nvuuunum.m.' .'

: ; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Davis had Ralph Desmond of North Haven
< t as a guest last week Mrs, Orln Conn., underwent an appendix l RESTAURANTSpaghetti
Hightower of Valdosta, Ga. operation last week.
, TKE.121y. Dinners 40c
s Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Stillman rred Brocket of North Haven :
of Rrdland I nave guests, JOE TOilCISC Prep. FLORIDA CITY
aa Cenn. and George Told of Hart-
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Mr and Mrs. George Hall ot Tvne- I ford, Conn., are expected to ur- N "
mouth England who plan tn tny l\c tills week for the season, .4.--
f. several months, and Mrs. WlllinmIXekson __ I
'i of Rahway, N. J., who Walter Frcad and Mrs Ann nrrv. M..t
wilf visit them for several weeks. Butr arrived on Saturday: (n In The New
Westwood N. J., and hiv tnk ann
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Duncan of apartment nt the hom of "I,
Burgettstown Pa., arrived last I Walter Schutt Mr FiiM(1( 1 k",
Thursday to spend the winter with ..
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Henry Fullerton of Midway Pa. 1940 PONTIAC
who aim arrived on Thursday,wlill BIRD
visit them only a few weeki.

Mrs. S. L. McClanahnn of Bowling -I
7 Green arrived Tuesday to IndorsedUSED
visit Mr and Mrs J. M. Holcomb. Delivers in Homestead

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gosnell of
Redland announce the birth of CARS
S twins, a boy and a girl, on Thursday De Luxe
G ( Equipped)
of last week. Our as4 ears always represent treed .YII'ae, but' the;
ones listed below are luaiuullr dales and we recommend -
Myron Grennell and John Fred- any ors ef then 1 for rear consideration.
ericks, student at the University .
of Florida spent the week-end ...........N.............--........ As Low As
visiting their parents In Home
'" stead. 1938 PONTIAC 2-DOOR Touring Sedan-low

,* mileage; original paint; radio; .priced
: Mn. t Julian
.J' W. Kheney and Mn.
; H. Webster visited MrLRheney' right. $880
brother-in-law and sister -
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Shackle-
s s:. ford In West Palm Beach Wedne.I 1932 MODEL B FORD COUPE-very good
I condition; cheap.

Mr. and M-;: Chan Kersey of
Vero Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Coupe e e e $880
Marshall Jones of Miami, attended Two 1933 BUICK 4-door Touring Sedans-

., I ..-- ,,bolh good buys; in excellent condition. 2-Door Touring Sedan JJ925

NEWT G. BALLNOTARY 1936". .' Plymouthdoor touring eedan-original 4-Door Touring Sedan 975

PUBLIC paint; good condition; good tires ,

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t Fire Insurance and Preston B. Bird Motor' Co.

t Kindred Linesl PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

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N. Krone Aft ; Opposite Tag Agency

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Friday, November 21, 1989 ., THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pare Seven,_
an active part in the agriculturaland I stages Its 16th formal homecoming
I" { HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS -I;CASH PREMIUMS livestock: departments celebration.

Enlarged feminine handicraft I Two football games the annual
.,,NHNNNINNINIHIM"N.UNNNNNWIHNNMg NN"W "" MHNIMHi FORSTATEFAffi art and flowiirultpw departments Florida Blue Key; Homecoming
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LIBRARY HAS SI BOOKS FOR FOR BANDA I figure larger"'mvtlie increased banquet, the traditional and colorful
GIRL SCOUTS i spaghetti supper will be givenin cash offerings, General Manager "Gator Growl," dedication of
SET AT $40,000Tampa P T. Strtedor ha announced. the unlven1 ity'a three new dormitories -
\ There are 58 books In the schoollibrary honor of the band Thursday
I More than 100.000 pictorial general reunions of former .
that are on the Hit recommended night at T:30 at the home of Jack booklets, portraying Florida State student and professors, the annual -

by; the GIrl. Scout man- McMichaeL The band will play. Nov. 2J-(FNS)-Offering Fair and Oaiparilla Invasion activities business meeting of the
ual A biography; with bids to locate f40,000 In cash premiums, also are ready for the alumni association and innumerable -
books Is being given each ELEMENTARY NEWS Florida State Tales annual exhibi- malls and will be distributed fraternity receptions, buffet
GIrl Scout Open house In the Buddy Suber took Dicky Wil- tion catalog, silver anniversary; throughout the United States by suppersand open houses are
library J 11 being planned for Girl son's place as "Tin Woodman" In edition is off the press and within chambers of commerce, tourist bureaus -j scheduled during the two-day program -
Scout soon. Many Girl Scouts are the Book Week becauseof the next ten days will be in the and travel agencies. Supplies' today and tomorrow.
on the school library staff Dicky's Illness. Both are In hands of nearly 10,000 prospec- of the booklets may be obtained Florida' entire congreisilonal
Miss Jackson' room tive exhibitors at the 1940 exposition upon application to the Florida delegation Governor Fred P. Cone
PREPARE FOR CHRISTMAS Mae which opens here Jan. 30 State Fair office In Tampa or will and his cabinet, several state supreme
PROGRAM Aleen Seymore Is a new for an 11-day run.Silver .
be mailed to northern points to court justices and many
from New York In Mrs
The dramatics class Is starting Edwards first grade. coated covers symbolical addresses furnished the Fair Association other persons high in the public
choral reading for a Christmas of the fair's 25th anniversarymake : without charge. and official life of the state will
program. Three radio programs I I Several mothers and Mr. Hind- the 1040 edition the most attractive be present as guests for the annual -
have been received Inviting the man attended a program given at premium book ever Issued Homecoming; CelebrationAt Florida Blue Key banquet
I peech daises of Homestead Highto the Miss close of the study of plants by I by the association. U. of F. Begins Today tonight. President John J. Tltfrrt
present programs In the iprlnjon Ray's class. The program was Every product indigenous to will deliver the principal addressat
the School of the Air, WQAM, given In the horns room and all Florida's agricultural and Indus- i Gainesville, Nov, 23-All roads the banquet.
Carmella Tabone Is a 'new pupilin the children took part Jo Ann trial activities are Included In the ,lead to Gainesville this week-end
the Junior class. New Seymore York.A is. a new student from listings for which cash awards ss the UnUveriity of Florida READ THE WANT ADS

will be paid. Separate competitive -
HOME EC Book Week program was giv- divisions for counties and Individuals I
en by Mrs Thurman's room In I are shown and special
The seventh grade classes
completing their aprons this week are connection. with Mrs. Bow's program I awards are announced for farm SEE SANTAAt
and will begin work next week on Mrs. Bow gave each one youth groups who each year play I
a collection of her own poems,
Christmas gifts. The eighth graders "Wings and "
Things. The children
are going to learn the proper went an operation for appedlcltls.
were very much pleased.
methods of cleaning by practicingon Jack Kemp of Mrs. Flfields
the foods laboratory. Mrs Cooper's pupils are workIng room, is back after two weeks' absence I
on maps of Florida and the .
world. They are also working on SEARSMiami's
ATHLETICSBy a Christmas play. Hayden Seymore Is a new '
pupil from New York in Mrs. Dye's
ELWIN COOPER Barbara Seymore from New I room. Mrs. Bow came to see theroom's '
York, Is a new student In Mrs. library. She gave 50o for I
Monday afternoon the basket- Wynns
ball squad had its official picture I new books.
made. The 1(39-40 squad consists I Bert Henry; was brought home, The third grade is stndylng Roman rjt
from the hospital where he under- numerals.
: of James Sullivan Clinton Bishop,I I I
,. Edward Kirby J. T. Godwin, Jack Greatest
i McMlchael Fred Chapman, Ralph 1
" Delltnger, Charles Connor, Charles r

" Mlnger, Carlton Sweet, Billy
Moffett, Lester Archer and Matt rya .

. Ballero. yoward- West has been V I ..
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' boys named for the squad have
. been more consistent and have ? NOW OPEN !

shown more progress than any of
the others In squad tryouts. The HOW
greatestaction will be seen by V 1#
these boys. However, there are Santa and the Brownies have outdone themselves make

other boys In squad practice that ABOUTAN ing marvelous toys! See everything new and excitingin

have yet really ,to show their I Sears Toy laud-more gorgeous, more wonderful

r worth.The five squad members who ESTIMATE ? than ever before! And you can hear Santa talk to the

i'f have shown the most promise soy Brownies at the North Pole, every night at 6:15: p. m.,

far are Clinton Bishop Edward I beginning December 4th! Tune in on Station WIODt
Kirbly and Jack McMichael, for-
wards, J. T Godwin and James
Sullvan, guards Two other mem- New Scooter with Housecleaning Seta

I bers that are pushing hard for Folding Seat! 7 Pieces!
berths are Fred Chapman as a for-
Hare wondered what the home
ward and Charles Connor as a 3.98Y 1.00

guard or a forward. you'd like to build would cost?
New wall mat, 8 ft.xlO ft.x2 in, t
have been ordered and are expected Heavy steel Toy vacuum

I' this week, These mala with wood deaner; dust
are to be placed at each end of the ,
gym under the baskets They are Why not inquire? We'll be 'glad to floor bool'd. n1\01); dutt'l ;
used to protect the players from Broke and
, running headlong into the wall. give you figures-and some very parking stand. br Darn; dUlit

There are about sixteen boys reporting Roller bear- Pan; apron
, for the Junior High team practical pointers on making your
wheels, and
ing Clp.
I practice. These boys practice
twice week. The holdovers from "dream home" come true.
J a
-V lvc Swineinir 'farlrd-
last year's championship team are TV DC
r. Matt Ballero, Walter Brannan and Football! Touch! Game of Skill!
Donald Done. This year's crop
consists of Roger Glenn, Robert You may discover that you can afford 89 c 98c
f Hobson Stevie Blondo and Billy Lower target
, Fort. Promising material'for the to build at once on the FHA Plan a s Artificlial awing a--
team has been shown by each of 0//
leather peb- makee t h elbly I
these boys. of convenient monthly payments! grain- excltInai
game -
t Season ticket are new on sale
'. \ ed, scuff-n- d I Complete -
f High school student tickets are sistant. Rub-
$1.00; elementary: $.50; and $2.00 ..' her bladder, with
. for two adults The price of i No ) rubber sue.
" a single any adult ticket it LM.-Bujr A phone call will bring our represen- a7+yf with inflating tIonciart. k

novel tative to explain how we can aid you I needle. and lun.

NATURAL GAS, to obtain an FHA loan either for new Take the Elevator to Sears' Toyland, 1th Floor

construction or for "streamlining"your

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Homestead Fla. Miami, Biscayne Boulevard at llth Street




r service on all .. Osteopathic Physician

,y makes automobile specializing radios, *on Brooker Lumber Co. I Phone 39Homestead "f

L. C. Dodd Fla.

newer* Bid*. Homestead, Fla. Phone 62 (Over Brown's Drug Store)

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Pagft THE LEADER.ENTERHSE :-- _. Friday, November 24y. 1

I iris Social Events in South. Dade . I

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ttVC RdgW SnoW of for&MdLe :frf Galtaner; Mnr. It. *: Mulbhs, MxsIViAlor ttomari' Club Pins' treen and1 paimettbet win 'now man.'
Cabaret IU'd..HemiP Packing
Ule, the former Miss Alette M\ttI I W. B: m.rtii Mr*. Cu C. JKMU ft be toef W decorating the Hardee- The performance It under the

Vercoe of Florida City, waif honored Oodd, End: HUth U Scott, Mn.CharlM l Mb* lg-Towns*nd' Cldtt1 meeting ''HarrW packing? House- for the sec- direction of Mr* Lillian Connelly
at a miscellaneous shower BetTken Met (Y. C. Hole, M NeVi King Cooftrf school\ I 'ond' annual Junior Woman' Club who ha* directed the cabaret

on Saturday at the Mom of her' Mrs. R. W. MIllet' Mrs: Albert'auditorium1 at 2,30 o'clock! cabaret Saturday night last yea*

Stint Mr*. Lawrence' Better Itt Rlnttum, Mrs. Jarne Black; Mrs.Mi ''I Nov. 27-MeetlnltofJlHlnUf tdb.deUCirclewith'Mn. .1: A large square"has been landed The maatef of ceremonies will
A. Rhode, Mrs. F. B. Leinihg
Florida City. With Miir PaUl Bey.noldcr arid prepared for dancing" and the beWilliam W. Allan of Home.
toohrte: Miss Rosalyn JtlUuabel'l' !r, Mrs- Paul Haley, Mn. Roy I floor abour: nIl' post) la the toad, assisted by Bud Human of

MlaT Dnber Becker ar NellU Mn: Lawrence Becker, Mrs Nov: .-..Muitcilr of MarUn.Fleita bulWiis[ Juiv*. been- wrapped In Miami
Florence Crowson. Mia Mo
4 A color scheme of orange and QeveY ely Circle at home of Mrl C. green1 p pet'-wiuV pints tre limbs The first act will consist of:
Miss Short
yellow was uaed In the decoration Miss Parman and Hagter Ricei Wr the lop- represent tree, and Opening choru"Baby.*
Large vases of yellow ala-I Helen- Moye. Nov. 28-Work, owttlng of palmettoe frond- will hang from sung by Stuart Hall and cast
manda' and candlelight\ were Those sending! gifts were: Mrs. Homestead Home Demonstration the ceiling Around the' walls of with dance by Mary France Arthur -
Clyde Ifeill, Mrs Wm. J. Geron-
\ placed la the living room and Clubi the building will be small frees. A and Kathleen Freeman
1 Imo, Mrs Theo Bleler, Mrs L. E.:
dining room. Candelabra contain-I Nov.. 28-MiMlon study classof lsfgt> platform at one end' Will be Dance Mildred Bethea of
Forsyth, Mrt. Frank Webb
Mnr. ,
the orchestra stand, where Bob Goulds.
ing orange and yellow candle Circle One of W. M. u.
E. M. Froacher, Mrs, Baker M.
furnished light In the house, Hindman : Nov. 28-Guest day meeting and Reinhert and' his Miamllodiani 'An Apple for the Teacher"
I Mn. Howard I
The dining room table was des, Mn. G. O. Brewstef, Mn.Johnson Blanche, reception of Homestead Woman's will play. The received tablet -lung by Joyce Barely and Francine -

iratcd' with a large bowl of* canilellght Chapman, Mr*. Boyd' Cbhernour, Clul) at home of Mrs H. K. Foulk will be placed around the edge of i' Dunning, pupil of Evelyn
and demands In the cert- Dec. Meeting ot Episcopal the dance floor arid additional Cooke; Miami, with chorus: Edna
Mn. Tom Cohernour, Mrs. B. F
wand candles on either, side. Collier, Mr. Selma MatUont Mn. auxiliary. i table will be placed in the back Fort, Constance Hunter, Dorothy
Small open face and ribbon sandwiches Dee Rummage tale of Homestead tor added patron ,Sullivan, Jane Gatlln, Yvonne
Lee H. Lehman, Mn. Edward ,
Worhatt't Club. In the second act a mow storm Pollard, Annette Campbell. Mar-
and tea
were Stlling, Mr*. S. S. Shields, Mn.
I' served by Mrs. John Becker, Mrs. M. L Kennedy, Mn. Jarred Dix- Dec1. 4-Meeting of South Dade i will take placewith accompanyIng jorle Conner and Mildred Perry-

,\ Rudolph Mattson, MlM Ruth Mc- on, Mrs. Harold Sheffield, Mn. Garden Club In Homestead Wo.man's I winds, and there will be a (Continued on Page Nine)

\ Crlrnmon and Hiss Mary'' Becker. Catherine Potter, Mrt. Joe Gollatt- Club building. I

j Guests present were:! Mr,.. W. 'scheck, Mr. W F A. Robertson, Dee. Reception! for state MISS ELEANORE'' HOLFERTY HEADS STUDY
president of Rebekah lodge at H. B.
I L. Vercoe, Mrs. L O. Clonlnger, Mrs. Lucy Clinton, Mn. GeorgeN. Beattie home, with banquet later I GROUP FORMED BY UNIVERSITY CLUB I

i Mrs. R, J. Shepherd, MM. John Wakefield, Mrt. Jean Schutt at Green Lantern Restaurant ,
Graves, Mrs. Ernest Nelll, Mrs. Mn. Anna Baer Mn Murphy of
4 Lloyd Deite, Mm. Joe Torclse, Mrs. Miami Mn. Howard of Miami, Dec. Meeting of Redland Miss Eleanore Holferty was fourth Wednesday of the month

j E. E. Crowson, Mrs. J. F. Rohrer, Miss Helen WKitteh of Miami, Neighborhood Circle. W i I elected chairman of the Study In the municipal library The December -
Dec. Meeting general
1 Mr. H. J. Brockett, Mrs. Frank Mist Eugenia Howard of Club which members of the University meeting It was decided,
M. S. In Homestead Methodist
Stalling, Mn. W. W. Severy, Mrs Miss Helen Lehman, Mia i Club and Mrs. L. L. Bow, will be postponed till Jan. 3.
\ Charles Clinton. Mrs. Roy Chandler Sever Miss Bonnlle Mlaml'l church. I municipal librarian, organized
A name for the club will be
Dec. Meeting of W. M. U. Cir'
Mrs. Alma Doxwe, Mrs. E. Miss Lois BehnneMIS9 I I Wednesday evening at a meeting chosen at the next meeting
I clet.
-- -- held at the home of Mrt. B. M.
( Dee 8.-Meeting of Legion Aux- I Hindman. Mrs. Frank Webb was A program on New England
J MISS EVOUIIlife DAVID I Ij ROSE CAVES lllnry in Legion Hall. 'made vice-chairman and :Mn R. lltreature was given by Mn. T. J.

j' MARRIES CHESTER NEEL HONORED AT LUNCHEON: Dec. 8-Bazaar by Altar Society -, J. Elliott, secretarytreasurer.The I Bleler and Mrs. R. J. Elliott, who
Friends her learned of the I Mn A. Hollln Stees honored of Sacred Heart: Church. club decided to limit Its presented book reviews and by

marriage of Miss Eurenla Marie Miss Rose Cave of Homestead Dec Meeting of Redland La- membership to 20 and to drop I Mrs. George D. Ruehle. Mrs. Law-

McDavId, formerly of Florida bride-elect of John Rudolph 0ollI dies' Aid In church. 'from III roll any member absent rence Becker Mn Bowling G.
I man of Redland, at a luncheon in Dee. 16-Meeting and election for three consecutive meetings Dye, Miss Holferty and Mrs.
.. City, to Chester James Nml! of Miami Miami Friday. of Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S. without a good excuse. The vacant [ Webb, who gave biographical

on Nov. 9 The marriage took I After having lunch, the group Dec. I Meeting: of Monday place will be filled from the waitIng sketches of authors.

,\ place In the parsonage of the attended a theater on Miami Music Club. liaL I The others present were: Mr*.
Allapattah Baptist Church In Miami Beach. Dec. Christmas of 1
Anyone Interested In books may I Hindman; Mrs. E. B. Blackburn,
with the Rev. C. R. Pittard Those present were: Mn. A. R. Young Women' W. M. S. Circle. apply for membership. I.Mrs Willard Fifield, Mn. Ben

officiating. I Cave, Mr*. H. W. Johnston, Mn. I Dec. 13-University Club dinner I Every member will contribute to I{ Archer, Mr*. R. J. Hester, Mrs.
\ Attending the wedding ceremony George Bow, Mrt. James Sottile, 1 party at home of Mm Bertha Milt I each program. A. M. Logan, Miss Elinor Payne

I, were a few friends and relatives Jr., Mn. L. L. Hood, Mn. Virginia Hausman at 7:30: o'clock. Meetings will be held on the and Miss Emily Jones.
Including Mr. and Mn. John I Walton, Mrs H. K. Foulk, Miss Dec. Covered-dish dinner

A. Henry uncle and aunt of the Elisabeth Horne, Mist Ellen Huff, 'meeting of University Club at the

j bride and' Mia Eloise McDavid, I Mia Cave and Mrs. Stees. home of Mils Bertha NIU Hausmari I .
sister of. the bride i at 7:30: o'clock. I II

I The Bird, a daughter of Mrs. AD ASTRA HONORS PAST 1 Dec. 18-Homestead B. P. W. C.
{ MATRONS AND PATRONS: i Christmas dinner party at 630:
Fannie McDavId of Plantl City,
The past matron and patron p. m. Dihffkl& RiNuc
was bom In Florida City where
she lived of Ad Astra chapter of the O. E. Dec. Christmas party of
with her family before I
S. honored at the W. M. S. circle
were meeting
moving to Plant City. Shewas
: graduated from Plant City i Monday night In the I, O. O. F. Dec. 19-Meeting of Redland ,I JACK POLKKmoestead HOWARD JOHNSON- !
Woman' Club.
High school<< She has visited In hall.Each
Homestead onnumerous occasions,! guest war presented a i Dec. 19-Jennie Lobdell Circle FU. Phones SO and 1101

most recently several months ago gift and asked to give a short talk. : Christmas party at home.of Mrs.
It was announced that a Joint T. B. Grantham/ '
a* a guest of Miss Geraldine ReiU.' .
memorial service of all the chap- Dec. 19-Rotary Club' Christ'I /25 foot roll Klenzo ;
The couple will make their homein I.
ten of the district would be heldon mas party, 7:30: p. m. In Legion
Miami where Mr. Neel I II" In the
Sunday at 3 o'clock in Biscayne Halt ,
retail meat and poultry business. I Temple at Miami. Dec. 20( -Legion and Auxiliary I Wax Paper i il'3

be held Christmas
: A silver tea to some party.:
time in December was discussed. Dec. 21-Meeting of Homestead
I : SPEAKS TO REDLAND CLUB Home Demonstration Club. 2lEI roll H Just: Ibtl
Honored guests wen: Past Matrons This big
.1 Mr, George Hall of Tynemouth I Mn. W. B. Caves 1111'1. Henry Dee. 21-Meeting of Gleaners thta. (. Winner pfcnta!

f j. England: was guest speaker at Carter, Mr*. A. R. Livingston, Class 25 tw' =4IIIIUtJr 1M..T| ;
; the meeting of the Redland Wo Mn. Harold Sheffield, Mn. B. G. end .

r. man's Club In the club house Tuesday I Branch Mrs. George W. Turner, on Dec. t there wilt be tin electionof \ e.y noon I
j': afternoon. Jr, Mill Estelto Turner and the officer

; Mr*. Hall who 1* vlsltliig in Misses Helen and Esther Livingston LUNCHES VISIT
d Redland told ot the condition ; Past Patron, W. Ot Talbott,
prevailing In England before the A. R. Livingston, W. K Caves R OUR
: war and how the country pre- '& Moon and J. W. English. DAILY I j

.. 'pared. She plan to return tot Others present were Mrs. Frank SODA I II
: England: In several months I Schneider, Mrs. It W. Mulllns,

I' Mr; M*. A. Baker, Mrs. B. A. Mn. Lloyd. Deitx Mrs. J.'D. Redd, 11:30 to 1:30 FO AIN'f

I Waldia and Mia Estell Turner Mrs Frank Morris, Mr L. L. I f

werehosteae for the afternoon. 1 Bow, Mss, Ed Brooker Sr., Mrs. 'f/ __ "
I rZ.r d rstJirl '
Other present were: Mr*. Geo.W. Herbert )cab. Mn. Elsie Mondo- 30* packFirrtaid ,

Turner, Jr., Mrs. H J. Arm-1:rift Mr*. Talbott Mm J. W. Bngllshk ABSORBENT ADHESIVE TAPE

strong. Mrs I.: A. Carter,Mn W.!. Mrs. Moon, Mla Easel Sullivan COTTON WA MR PRacy

Di Mahan. Mn. Seymour Dane Mia Julio SuUive* and Miss Double stwiustd.Pducpnt 0" adhasheat 1111* I
Mrs. Frank W. SUllman and Mrs. 'AlIce Macomber. .11c1l.1.'J

Wm. Dickson. '' At the next meeting to be held I PIMft-.j OMJJ./, lUllAiaiu_cls'* thAn.win m .th. )' ''''. I
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ball (1ar( a >w Moll glwr 35 4 aliy
I. :Make Reservation ilaelbrts.ra" W_ W. Readymade f f2p

Tropical CafeI I Now For SMT to W.. end I hob 'kmir laugh Bandages .
.taints We seeaanend Strong WM
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I brMleslt ong a.ld0 puto. o
I north of city ball I Shelton Thermlque Creanicaole ear sad tlor.lIe. ...ct.ct. lnA
HOMESTEAD: : FLORIDA Jr. WOMAN'SCLUB Waves ouch _ateami""g. Wat..."...., I

CABARETSAT. Lad ae Tana lIuIItoIIe c- atscenTtons.qVakh

Regular dinner ...... 50c awl"3tICE'S :: They s". p.e, it" red pot".
Ingredients wad r a.avW
bring mosey-
Plate lunch .. .-. .... 35cMb ., NOV, 23 BeAUTY OPfOrtl.ltl.. DRUGS aempeedias arg, wailer Doebiaaa .rs r rrl r

1 PARLOR .1 mill 1.I 1.
Roth. Rteffanl tad Mn Hardec-Harrl t.... SUCr.fr A...__ B.te>. ..- .
Florence KereMtev Frep Packing House j' OwMNpnWra. Aim .I.
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ridgy, November.24. 1939 THE LEATERENTERPISE P'Nln.

EFFECTIVE DECORATIONS PROVIDE dance l by rjorttei Barbara

I FOR LOCAL JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Dane, Edna Fort, Jane 'Oatikt,

I Bonnie Groover Yvonne Pollard,
r Social EventsTEN -I (Continued from Pate Eight) Shirley! Dansey B tVy Charlotte Geronimo,Marjorie Con.

man; girl on the scooter: Mn Burley kina, Mildred Per* ,oer and Nina Dullard. 1''Ii.'' 0,.
II Dendy; boy on the bike: W. W. Williams and Virginia ; I
Allan. eaten: Mary "Merry Widow Waltt'-aung by
-- Mr*. William Muiselwhlt with
," WIN PRIZES AT "Two Guitar*"-Roy Nelson and Bonnfe Groover adagio dance by Evelyn Cook
CARD PARTY his violin. I Ed P+cctti, George
GIVEN BY NARANJA o. E. s. AT FOGLE Fait Tap-Eva Pearl Otto, pupilof Peterson I and Stoy Blew Jones,Amerlca"--solo Of Miami."God bot

Evelyn Cooke Studio Miami. I "Moonlight
''1 -- Joe Muller of Miami and entffi
,''iItM:1'II.; : HO. Cronwall and Robert A. Albright. Mr. Carl Schmidt "Stairway to the Start"-- ung I Stuart Hall; dance by Forev.r"I

Bell were high score winner In Mn J.X. Scarborough, Mn Kate by Stanley Wittkop and chorus: lln least.Mrs.. Adrian Jacob will play
auction bridge at the benefit card Mn Robert Cauube, Mn Harold i "South American *. ..
Simpson, Mrs A.. A. Payne Mn. Oxford, Mrs.
'party given by the Nannja Chap. Mn Herbert Turner, by Mn E. A.
I ter of the O. E. S. for Its ni fund J. S. Horton Mn E. S. Shultz, Bruce Ennis, Mn Stanley Witt I rhumba chorus: Mn MARIAN riEITAS CIRCLE: TO
,;'it the home of Mr. and Mr*. A. D. Mrs Franklin E. ,L. Hutton, Mn P. J. kop, Mn Ansel Barrow, Mr*.I cube, Mn Harold SPONSOR MUSICAL MOV. X8:
T. E.
logte Wednesday night.Mrs Evans Mn Paul Leaner and Mr*. T J Walker Elisabeth
,Robert Paul Leaner. The Marian FlelU Circle of
Bell Mn L. G Oliver, .
Dance ,
: lira rtin-Vtfue
Mary Beck and Mr. Cron I Mn) Louise Everett, Mn Ode ''Mlalt\l. !Mn Bruce EMIl, the W. M S. of the HomesteadMethodist
wall were low core prize winlneri I Wittkop, Mn' Ansel
' Zachery. Mn J W. English, Mn Solo Church, It sponsoring a
-Mn T. M. Torbert of
Mr*. Julia Phillips and V J Mn T. J Walker.
1 Agnes Henderson, Mn F W. Dance-Bud Thomas, Miami. I musicale at the home of Mn C.
Fnnklin were high score prizewinner !Walker, Mn W. O Thompson "A Man and His Dream"sungby Gypsy Dance: "- Hagler Rice: Tuesday night. Nov .
( ,In contract bridge Mrs Mr*. Herman Schlcgel. Mr. Geo Redlamt.I 28 at 8 o'clock. A diver offering
Stanley Wittkop, with
G. R. Oldendorf won the door W. Turner Jr, Mn Barbara I Stan and Stripe will be takenTURKEY .
girls: LaNelle Rogers, Jewel Turner -
Mn Charles I
I Prize{1won ;the prize In bunco Henderson, and Mr. 'Mank. Mn H. H. Graham. Mrs.L. .. Suzy Leggett, Elizabeth Sage' .-. .-.-.-. -.-.-. .-.-. .
A. Fennell, Mn Otto Berneck.
Pearl Whitaker, Willen Thomas .
and Mrs L. H. Greer
were prizewinners cr, Mn Charles Eiehenberger Mr*. S. N Connelly, Mary E.I
I G I In Chinese checker ,Mn W. W. Bethea, Mn Georgia Kyle. ;
Other present were: Mr. and Gopp, Mn Henry Johnson, Mn DINNER
I, Mra. W. P. Swinney, Mr. and Mrs.Cecil John Brown, Mn E. Brown Phillips Toe Ballet-Frandne ln"1"Slummlnc".un
Watson Mr. and Mn R. C. Mr*. ,C. L. Trevelyan, Miss pupil of Evelyn Cooke Studio ,
Wiley, Mr and Mn R R.Klnard Lyndal Beckum, Mia Alice Edwards by Jane Oat-
and Mn Walter lln and chorus of "Toughle: : Mn On Both
Mr. Talbott Mr. Miss Wanita Talbott, Miss
T. J. Walker, Bonnie Groover,
and Mr*. D. E Baahor Mr. and Lois Behreni, Miss Lot Beck,
Mr*. Charles Behreni Mr. and Mu Marjorie Fogle, Mia RuTti na Tort Jane Catlln, Daniel Ed-I
Mn George W. Koael Jr. Mr. Jimmy McConnell Raymond
Murray, Miss Gertrude Greer, '" _
berta Billy Jacob,
and Mr Howard Lamb, Thanksgiving Days
Mr and Mill Ruth Weber, Olin Edwards,
Mary France Arthur, 'MarJorie
Mn Tom Chapman, Mr and Dale Henderson L. Godwin, J.
Conner Constance Hunter, An-I
Mr*. W. R. Anderson, Mr. and ,C Vann, J. R. Hickson. Gene .
nette Campbell, Ed Pacettl, Noah
, Mr*. Carl Wagner, Mr -and MnR Norton and J. Q.CaldwelL I :
Peterson, George: Wright: Lllbum i
Nixon, dance by Kathleen Freeman -, ,November and November 30 11
I F W. C. MEMBERS P IT. A. HEAD PaE8E'CTS' i and Marvin Ptltcherd .. .
TELL OF OWN CAREERS : PIANO TO SCHOOLS The second: act will consist of: I

Mrs. Clna Stewart account oft W. R. Bird, president of the "Over the Rainbow"-eung by at the

I year and a half visit In SwedenIn Homestead P.-T. A., presented on I Mn Clyde HUglns of Coral I Ga-
her youth was one of the most bles, and .chorus composed of r
behalf of the organization, '
a grand
amusing of those Kathleen Freeman, Annette Campbell -
given'In a pro-
piano to the Homestead schools at Green
fl'atdevoted to the careen of ', Connie Hunter, Edna Fort, 'Lantern
held Thursday
an assembly program: -
the member of the Homestead In the Neva King Cooper J j{Barbara Done, Yvonne Pollard
Business and Profession- Wo- School auditorium. ','I Dorothy Sullivan and Charlotte
men'* Club at a potluck dinner Qeronlmo. .
meeting In Hospitality House The gift was accepted by J T' Tap dance Ila Jean Irwin of
Godwin, president of the student Redland r
Monday evening The visit ClIme
f unexpectedly so the young Amer- council Winter Wonderland"-eung by
Icanrknew not one word of"SweUlh .-Mn Julian. -H. -.w.bsw-r-eft MI'II.T.. 'J. Walker ami "Stuart I. lestaurantNext
fend her only English reading talk -on the proper care of the Hall with chorus: 'Phflllpa CofJ,
matter wa* a Bible and a patent piano Betty Graham Dolly Barnette,
medicine almanac. The grandmother Mrs. ,William..lluasalwhlte sent Theda Proctor, Latrell Waters,I-
whom she visited spoke several number*.and piano.selections .
no English were given by Mr. J. EWer several numbers and the programwas :to Redland Hotel Homestead
The personal historic contained C. Hagler RICSL.and Baker closed with a song by the ..
much that was unexpected M. Hindman. The band played Girl Glee club 111 e . '. a r 1 s r 8Il
and much that wa* dramatic, aad -- --- -
I and humorou I

Mrs. Stewart presided. Mrs.
Ben Archer planned and directed i
theprollram.; 1n1 } Seygs

The club Christmas party will
be held Dec 17, It was announced
Two former members, Mr*. J. v pia fnlatk'&itdrt
E. Gauzen and Mn. Don Ferreyra .'
were guests of the club. rip


The Rev. Geo. H. Rick assistedby
his mother, Mrs. J. A. Rick
entertained the guest speakers and
local speaker and their friendsat
a buffet supper Monday evr.*-
Ring at the parsonage pre4f'edinl
the dedication services of the
Homestead Presbyterian church.
The living room wa decorated j
with potted plants and a large:i
basket of flower, a gift of the
Woman Auxiliary ,
Mn T. L. Hod,.*. sister of Mr. ?
Ricks poured coffee from a silver Here are headlines that mean you can

urn, a family heirloom. have the home you want without waiting

and Honor Mrs guest Daniel Ivenon werethe, the Rev Rev I \V A new home? Investigate the new building -

and Mn R. L. Torrence. the Rev W materials on the market.. see what
ant Mr, W. K. Thompson, Dr. ,,,, '
and Mn James V. Thompson Mr. comfort can be 'built into even a small

and Mn Maxwell Smith the Rev.I home. Learn now your "rent money"twill
J C. Pelgrlm and the Rev. J. K. y rni
Aiken all of Miami, Mr. and Mr*.I Div for your home on the FIIA Plan.

J. M Holferty, Mr. and Mn J. e> t rd v A better home? Look at the fasc:nating home conveniences on.display -
R. Hlckson and Mr. and Mr D.
P. Blake this year. Learn.how you can buv repairs, remodel for greater

r\IVERSITT 'CLUB' WILE living comfort, and install modern plumbing or heating-and pay witt

HATE CHRISTMAS PARTY I monthly' installments,, the FHA way.
The December: meeting of the obtain FHA loan either for constructng .
University Club will be a covered !. pfrt; We will be glad to help you an

dish dinner session at 7:30: on i { a new home or for making improvements to your ,present one:

Bertha December Mill 13 Hauiman.at the home Miss of Katherine MM! I Come in and let us talk it over with you.

Davis will be eohOltess.N.ATURQL .

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a Ten THE LEADERENTERPISfr"ADDITIONAL Frid. 1 November'2(; 989!"..,...

MRS. WM. BUIE HOSTESSTO Lyon Mrs J. A: Daugherty, Mrs. odlst.Church In Miami Monday
SOCIAL EVENTS GARDEN CLUB J. As Williams, Mrs Dan Williams evening.

I r Poems and article were 'read Mrs. C. D. Eaken Mrs J. They took several boxes of citrus
by the memben of the South J. Richards and Mrs. Geo. Ran-
1 HOLIDAY SAUCES AND CHRISTMAS GIFTS Dade Garden Club at its meeting and other fruits and the leftovers
son.Plans from the festival were do-
t' DEMONSTRATED AT MEETING OF CLUB Monday afternoon at the homeof for the musIcale to be held nated to the Industrial Training
Mn. Wm. Buie.Mn. .
Tuesday evening at the home of
'. schoool conducted in Miami by
A demonstration of uncooked'I At the next meeting, on Deo. R. J. Shepherd read "Life'sGarden Mrs. C. Hagler Rice were completed Paul Moss
apple and orange sauce to be used 21, the members will bring small ;" Dr. Irene Shanklin read, at the meeting of the Ma-
for holiday meat was made at gifts to exchange "Be Thankful" and "Unthankful rian Fleltas circle at the home of Those attending from Redlandwere
the meeting of the Homestead Mrs. George N. Wakefield and People;" and Mrs E. J. Norman Mn Joel J. Robinson : Mr. and Mn. Gotch Ku-
Horn Demonstration Club Thurs Mrs. Earl Cravey, the hostesses, feldt. Miss Emily Engle, Miss
read an article on "Flowers: What Those present were: Mn. J. P.
day of last week In the Neva King served cocoa and cookies. Are They?" Anderson, Mrs. Grace McLellan Merle January, William Mulklns,
Cooper ichoot. Mid Eunice Grady Others present were: Mrs. Fred Burton Stinson and Willard Nor-
The next meeting will be held Smith, Mn. H. Shanano, Mrs.
county agent, made the demon Suber, Mrs. Carl Anderson Mrs at the Homestead Woman's Club I Lewis Brandenburg, Mn. E. S.CapUnger man.
stration. M. A. Swan, Mrs. A. D. Smith, building on Dec. 4 with Mn. N. G. Mrs. C. Hagler Rice,
Mill Grady displayed suggestions ,, Mrs. Ray Schneider, Mrs. M. A. Ball and Mn. Joel J. Robinson as Mn. Casper Williams, Mn. J. D. CO-ED CLASS ENTERTAINEDAT
for Christmas gifts, some of Murphy Mn O. O. Brewster Mrs hostesses. Redd and Mn. Robinon. DINNER AND PARTY
which were: woven purses, chip W. W. Bethea. Mrs. J. A. Hooks, Those present were: Mn. Lena The birthday anniversary of
board waste paper baskets, aprons, Mrs R. Wlttenwyler, Mrs. Russell -'
Mn. Wm. Mn.Holllster .
Brickley, Dunlop,
JUNIORS Earl SwUley and Gillen were
quilted bedroom slippers holiday Hams, Mrs. W. W. Hastings,! Mn. Annie R.
I Sage,
celebrated at a spaghetti
boxes and table clothi. A Mrs. O. C. Radford Mn. O. M.
Butler Mn. E. J. Norman, Jr.,;
the. Co-Ed Class of the First
meeting will be held on Tuesday Cooper and Mrs. Joel Simonton. Mn Grace McLellan Smith, Mn.: Norman led the readingof
the preamble at the fifth district Baptist Church Tuesday evening
to begin work on some of these
t articles. MR. AND MRS. LEE LEHMAN A. W. Jones, Mrs. D. W. Shett- conference of Junior memben of st the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.

I Mrs.' R. E. Edwards read a ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGEMr. line, Mrs. E. E. Crowson Mn. the American Legion Auxiliaryheld Tom.Vann with Miss Ellen Vann
Florence Crowson Mn. Norman
I Thanksgiving mellae.I and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman in the Harvey Seeds post ID and.Mina-Evelyn: Swiltey as boslessee. -
Mrs Ball Dr. Shanklin, Mn. Robinson
In entertained the members of the Miami Sunday.
Mrs. S. A. King won a prize and Mn. Shepherd.W. .
t lotto which was played during social former Teachers' Club at their Captain Thomas. Kelly .gave- a After-dinner, Chinese checken
I hour. home on Thursday of last week. M. S. CIRCLES TO HAVE talk on the proper,use and respect were. played.
Mrs. Bevo Webb and W. R. Bird CHRISTMAS PART DEC. 19 for the flag. A musical program Those present were: Mis Mary

"OH KAY" TO BE PRESENTED won high score prizes In bridge. A joint Christmas party win be was also presented.A Smith, Miss Eleanor Sullivan,
BY B. Y. P. U. TONIGHT"Oh Those present were: Mr. and be held on Dec. It in the churchby covered dish, luncheon was Uiw Elizabeth Mcllwam, Miss
and Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. the three circles of the Wo- served. Alta Yarn, Miss Evelyee Dellinger,
Kay, a comedy mystery In :Julian H. Webster, Mr. and Mrs man's Missionary Society of the Junior members attending from Bert Nixon Walter Coldlng, Robert
will be presented tonight T. J. Faust, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.: Homestead Methodist Church, it Homestead were TeresaRedd, and Eugene Bell, Bill Mc-
the Neva King Cooper school audItorium I Ii
Mr and Mrs. Bevo Webb, Charlotte Geronlnuv Van Rheaey,
i of the was announced at each of the circle Connell. Tom and John Moffett,
by the memben Mr. and Mrs Bird Mrs II. P. meetings Dorothy Kuhn and Helen Nor Lynn Dane, Jimmy Schallem,
t Tuesday
Senior B. Y. P. U. of the Tint McDnniel and Mr and Mrs. Leh .fternoon'l Mn. W. E and Mn.
Church of Homestead. Small gifts will be man. Rbeney Earl Swilley, Carl Gillen and Miss
William J. Geronimo also attended.
I man. that time. Swilley and Miss Vann.
All three acts take place In the
living room of Capt. and Mn. MRS. W. E. RIIENET HONORED Subscriptions for the Highland I
George Whitman. The mystery U I BY RAIN OR SHINE CLUB magazine will be secured by the REDLAND EPWORTH LEAGUE
"In grandmother's jewels which I honored memben of the Pearl Davis Cir MEMBERS ATTEND FESTIVAL G. 0. Brewster, M. D.
Mrs. W. E. Rheney was
were stolen by a "black terror." i cle II. was decided at the meeting -i Members of the Epworth Leagueof
of the
the members Rain
Each member of the household, by at the home of Mn. J. W. the Redland Community Church' Eye. Ear. Nose and Threat
Shine Club at a handkerchief
i trying to solve the problem, hires I shower and luncheon at the home English. attended the booth festival heldat Treatment
Mn. lona McDanlels and Mn. the Allaphatah Temple Meth-
||a "black terror" to "kidnap" an- of Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Monday Glasses Fitted
Bother member of the household.The I' Tobbie, both of Miami, spoke to --I i

case is solved by a detective. afternoon.Those present were: Mrs. Joe the group. on the magazine sub "Dr, Leonard W. lIasUn' : Offlet ...... t t. II ..4 byA.r.at.sst

The play Is directed by Wll- Hall Mrs. H. P. McDaniel, Mn. scriptions.Each rl.lldin !. a,* B...l.....
', lard Barnes Billy Moffett and Helen Hackler Mrs. T. J. Faust, member gave a Bible reference Fitting OVA .....In.. at office lit Mn..r a...* AHramtnd ... and
Jud Piche are stage managers and I Mrs. Frank Skill, Mn. Frank B. on Thanksgiving.Mrs. GLASSESMl -1 Peal ......
Miss Elizabeth Hall Is prompter. I Rue Mrs. Fred Redd, Mn. Carl J. E. Davis read an articleon N. f. ring at.. ..I.... n.II. flwM
The cast Is: Evelyn Whitman Thanksgiving from a missionary C..p..lp At. GMal..d:
i the mother, Louise Barnes; Edith II Rheney Deden, Mn.and Mn.C. J.Lehman.Parman, Mn. magazine. !:...... C*........i '1_ >| I I ..(. N*. Mil
Whitman, the daughter, Effie Mae present were: Mrs V. D.

\ Waters; Arthur Whitman, brother W. M. S. CIRCLE TO HOLD ..............-tF............ .... ._. ......... .. .
i William McMichael; Capt George I CHRISTMAS PARTY DEC U

{ Whitman, father, Elmer Martin; Plans for a Christmas party

"Cramp" Pembroke, Howard were begun Tuesday night at a WHEN YOU HAVE
i I West; "Gram" Pembroke, Lucille meeting of the newly organized
\ ( West; Alice Borden, Lois Pierce;I Young Women's Circle of the W.
the "Black Terror," Joe Piche. M. S. of the Homestead Methodist

; fi MilHis ; Church, at the home of Mn. L.
I : detective, Virginia Doney; C. Dodd.
i t Fred Alden, Herbert Booth. The party will be held on Dee. Persian Limes and AvocadosTO

12 at the home of the Circle's I
sponsor, Mrs. E. J. DyaL
Those present were: Mrs Allan
.t I. Pledge week for the rushes of, Klasam, Mn Dyal Miss Mary
the Kappa Phi Delta Sorority will, McNeiu. Mill Wells Saul and Mrs.I MARKET THINK OF1TORDONHOBSON
.i be held this week and next week.It .I Dodd.IREDLANDS. ,
was decided at a meeting Monday -I I
'. i night' at the home of Miss I FELLOWSHIP
i Claudia Conner. 'CLUB NAMES OFFICERS

"]Hell week" which will be from i The Redlands Fellowship Club

i i ; Dec 4 to 10 will be climaxed byi 1 held lU regular dinner meeting at Inc. .
an all-night party on Dec 9 at the Perrlne Community House Friday -, ,
.. ;, f the home of Miles Nina Dyal. night The following officers I
; Pledges present at the meetIng -I were elected: President, J. L. Doo- .
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were: Miss Betty Jane Mey-I i; little of Perrlne; vice-president, ,''.\\JIPl
i t bem Mill Frances Lamb Ml
: Wava Morton Miss Doris Warr and retary-treamirer, J. D. Wyiong ofRedland. I I V1.SY1Lr.V-1.'Lti RY.. .. ... .. .. .- . .JI

\ I Miss Yvonne Pollard :'I'I The purpose of the 1 1I I IIli il"""II"""il i ililil ii ililil ilililil lilil ililil ilililili
: Members present were: Miss: club is to create a better spirit of II 1111I1111111111"IIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIII"III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII//I: ,
: Mary Frances Arthur Miss Grace I co-operation and fellowship among
1 English, Miss Betty Broown Miss men of the community It was an- 1= -- ,.- T =
i' Jamie Richards, Miss Barbara nounced. Members of the Wo

: Done, Miss Dyal and Miss Conner. men's Missionary Society, of the
Perrlne Methodist Church served JACK THE WELDER
AT HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER I the dinner. Men desiring to attend -
the next meeting of the club
: The Gleaners Class of the First I to be held Dec. 1*. may notify '
: : ; Baptist Church gave a handkerchief Mn. H. HaieUt of Perrine. 1 WELDING ENGINEER
shower for Mrs. S. L. .
: class teacher, on her IV. M. U. CIRCLE: ONE 1 =.

i. 1 anniversary at the meeting west.1 II.\S STUDY CLASS [j ACETYLENE AND ELECTRIC WELDING
: neaday afternoon at the Circle One of the W. M. U. of

: Mrs. A. L Lanier, Mrs the First Baptist Church of Homestead I DIESEL MANIFOLDS
Bishop, Jr. was Joint hostess had a study course at the
: {'A Thanksgiving basket for home of Mn. T. T. Bowen Tuesday = _
} needy family will be made I IJ )evening. | VENTILATING FANS

up by the class memben Two chapters In the mission
It was decided to hold the meet- study book were reviewed by Mrs.

( ings each on month the third Instead Wednesday of Tuesday of Charles Martin and Mrs. Pete Mor- | WE MAKE ANYTIUNG_ JF) STEEL I

as has been done in the past gan.The circle will meet at the

CLI'i home of Mrs Frank Irwin on |
TO ATTEND CONFERENCE I Tuesday to continue the study.
Those present were Mrs. C E
Members of the Monday Music{Saunders, Mn. W. B. Caves, Mrs.G. -1If'" == :-==
Club will attend a conference of A. West Mrs. L. A.. Wise, Mn
East Coast District of Music Clubsin I F. D. Mock, Mrs. Irwin Mrs. Mar- -

Delray Beach today. tin, Mrs Morgan and Mrsr Bowen.
Those who will attend from I-Uk W.: Glasscox I
Homestead are! Mrs Lewis Brandenburg JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE
Mrs. C. Hagler Rice Mrs. TO HATE: PARTY DEC 1*
Ceo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. H. C. The Jennie Lobdell Circle of .

Nichols. Mrs. H. Collier, Mrs. T. the W. M. S. of. the. Homestead 503 Noitli Krome Avenue Iltoae58rr' j
J. rausiy Mrs. B. E, Gatlln Mrs. Methodist Church -will-b..... a]:::: .. = I
J. D. Redd, Mrs Lloyd Delta and Christmas party at the borne of
Mr* Frank Webb. Mrs. T. B..Outhaor>oo.Daov It _nllllllll.IIIJIIIIIHJJ lfII.IH'"Rm''R..m..n''M''.! >

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Dr. J 1. JokMtm.or -Tioo FLORIDA,.. CITY rOMMUNITT CHI'.CM
( sunder Mhoai-- M 114* a. m? ,_tur.t,. I.0l\ooi a.10 c... m.Nelson pro.hing. pastor? 7 jo Ckiink,. FOR RENTONE acres garden land, and IS acre
Ins it 11 .. m> end 1 SI p. in. : B Y P. U. blidvr eh Psyet.ad law*. .>"ir Weds.?.. fruit land.
.I <:M p. in. Prayer torvleM. WodnoMlasI der at 7.at unfurnished
71S6wga house. two bedrooms $2500 I acres grapefruit, 7 acres

COl'LD8-TlM Rot Nook r_... pu.lor KRDLANn COMMmrrr CHCRCH- !, BIT ABNER GORDON front porch living room. Valencia oranges, 19 scrap fruit
Bund* Khool M 10 a. m: iwrhlnt The K... C. Q N.H.. Cloak dining room kitchen and bath land, popular oiled road and power -
silt .. _. sad tilO Po a. ; B. Y. P. U. MFranr 1 0chad_. _.. 10 tJF"SLi: 11 ; lip"ru' 'I i\>l|ILDEW 1* a dark-colored fungus | $2) i month or for sale, $11100, line, no buildings
It which shaded ,
I go Po m. orrict M 7:10 t. K. A 'I growth appears on
pram I I
Wod.- Bible may Thursday at 0:50.PRESBYTERIAN I paint surfaces exposed to excessive term Ben W. Morrli (nlTtfl |$5000, S acres grove, neat cottage,
heat and dampness. liar.. packing! house and gaiuge
CATHOLIC CHIRCHmw I To retard mildew, reduce linseed ,, FOR RENT-Will rent all or any IL A. CAMERON: ,
CHIRCH or Trig SACRED BCARTT HOMEaTRAD..Rwma ... ''oU and Increase turpentine content part of 10 acres brush-covered Phone Tt 1I._. ad Fla.
at N. (situ
..rend ........ _" the a... IStkI
s. E. ; stre5L The ....
feeds oil
....... Goo H. Risk.. petor i i of paint. Mildew oa glade close to
T. J. OMIT Sunder MJO nm Bible .houi at 10 a, 1 t'I : | in exchange -
pr-chine II content of soft, tacky
.. ., week day l T l. ... pa
0 MUM >. d.lly a. your.sopl I.'o ewtlng .. for the clearing of urn MISCELLANEOUSRENT
Sunday Mkool Sunday loll...... S oclickBUM. :11 Do a The addition of about one ounce of
Coo>.UBlo. for worn.0 the tint EPISCOPAL I calomel or one-half ounce of mer- I Virgil Sprinkle NaranJe Rd and
8..d.r of math for owe and bye. Out YOUR HOUSE-furnlahed
curie chloride to each gallon of paint Coconut Palm Dr. (p II 17-24)
....., f _tk. Holy .hour Thur
ojccnd IT. IOHS'*-*. .. attend I
craw and will largely eliminate the possibilityof
tint of month I or unfurnished. I have year
dw before Friday >t Isle Fourth street. HoBMMul .
p .. MM first Friday at I SO .. m. Bl.ckfort. H,..,; UM eomm.nloi R" R. F fungus growth. (Mercuric chloride FOR RENT-Furnished house. 'round client Benjamin V.
rjetor at
b.o..Urtk> ot tin Blwwd. Instrument after ItSo ... I I la poisonous. Use with great 'I'
.*>ui. Im Pmtn a ;M Sunday II ickaal M S,.0| oiorn care very) Apply at Dr. M. A. Berg*r'. residence Morris, registered real estate

Do not paint over mildew Stains Tenth and Krome ave broker, N. Krome ave., next to
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH I will work through ruining new paint sJZtf) Baptist Church. (julU)
FLORIDA CITY-Brad' and SUtkIrort. Dusting: Held EffectiveIn surface. Kill fungus by washing affected

.pupils. under.nda..hooI SO Penn at of Ii4l...,..morning m tat Controlling: Aphids areas with truodlum phosphate I FOR SALE SEE AND BUY at ananklm Variety -
...lo> M 11 xloek. Wednesday ....1... solution, one pound to gallon ofwater Grove West Florida City.
..nil pi wktrh Include. _1010.101. .f hMl I Ulnae with fresh water dean These are away below even to.day's '
I.g and experiences and _. Cher Gainesville fla., Nov. 23Application surface when dry by sanding or I uklto"l low prices. Owner
state science, S p. a. Tin >> tor.cntECii scraping. I
dually. Invited. to .tlsaL of dust. containing I Apply paint mixed on Job to meet I anxious to sell. Presentdayvalue WANTEDMAN
nicotine sulphate, pyrethrum, or mildew conditions. Usual first coat I* far above offered price:
or CHRIST rotenone powder are effective in formula on repaint work: I parts (by I 50 ACRES pine land In excellent WANTED for Rawlelgh

HOMESTEADFlat.moue and 1' W. controlling aphid on winter vegetable | volume) eon paste white lead t parts location, oiled road and power Route In North Dade county:
Fifth sine/ Bible stub "1I.. ss.4e. crops, according to Dr. A. raw linseed oil t parts turpentine. line; only $20 per acre, or $1000 Miami Real opportunity for
--. alls.ship add 'prise N. .a5it Follow with flnUtt coat of < parts ,
State Experiment Station right man. We help get
.. (by volume) soft paste white lead I I cash. you
entomologist parts raw linseed ell I part turpen HOUSE and 60-foot lot in Homestead started Write Rawlelgh, Dept
Nicotine ,sulphate-lime dust Is tine. Add tt pint of liquid drier t* has 12 room, only $1300; FAK-102-OK, Memphis, Tenn,
BOMMT1AD N. W. nntIW a..aueS most generally used by growers I each gallon of paint, must be all cash 1 or see Henry Kufeldt, Home.stead *
HOT uQ.. 011" MMM. *._ 1 Q.-What do recomnead for
you Fla (pn-10-dl)
.cktrfit t!. .. .ttmMktavtt lit. M. and Is quite satisfactory in controlling -,I removing crease spots from upbola II. A. CAMERON ,
and 7 4S p. m. Junior Y. P M 71 klldrmHwtlv I aphids when the Phone 7S Homestead Fla. ,
at t hi personage Prow ice.. tempera-' tend' material! I HAVE clients who will buy If
we, s P. m. WMMMOJ.CHURCH ture Is not.below 70 degrees. I A. Carbon tetrachloride win (n ITtf) I your place suit and I* priced
I effective for removal of
When the temperature Is below I prove spots. right Please bring or phone<<
OFT= KAZAXKNE containing oil or grease As It Is Don.explosive ROSE BUSHES, beautiful two- I :your
IIOII U.iD-fto Asw -. IL 70 degrees, however a dust consisting and oatHcambueUble, It is year old field-grown ever-i listings to Eleanor Froschrr
of one pound of pyrethrumor :I especially recommended for borne Oversea Highway" So. of Home-
.Same fmtat Diameter school .t *i4i i..tpsriser blooming roses such famous varieties
nine use If carbon tetrachloride Is not stead. Ph. 1128.J.12..
U a. M. .M tHO M.J pound f.Jwunnul: ; : 1 available use a good commercial a* Red, Pink and Shell
T I. B. ... Innfan MM.* M f M has been found 1o be effective 1 cleaner, Dentine, naptha or laocjuar Radiance E. G. Hill. Etolle: de TUTORING WANTED high
Prayer swing .. more
Po" Wad- solvent
.aI"Se Hollande France Sensation, school and grade achooIlUbJeeta.Mra. .
than the nicotine mixture
P. aTRDCETON71a 4-What treatment you suneMfor
Dr. explained. If pyrethrum bureau drawers which sushi Ami Quinard Gruss an TepliU, H. J Armstrong A. E,
.... .. A.ow.at. .Js used with the sulphur 1 I A. Remote drawer and plane boa American Beauty r S. Key Columbia riuromer drive and Country

..sees-'r us 11410116' a.rv.ahs/46 .. M Its 6$461 aa .I.akleqAleutian complete control will be effected 1 r tota.d.e*i*a*"*"ttatu It slides f.'cely Paul Neyron, Briar- auk road.CLEAN" .
as e iMa Pry pearl.m1... cliff, Wlllowmere, Perkins, Up-
I more quickly than with the
at ..00. Pryerceteag Wednesday at rotenonelulphlll' I Never plane top edge ss tills will richard, Dame Edith Helen, RAGS WANTED Will
1M 1.a mixture, but the i spoil appearance when drawer is
PEEK METHODIST latter will prow 100 per cent effective I open. Finish off with paraffin appliedto Dainty Bess, Editor McFarland exchange subscription or adverts
In 48 hours, he pointed out. bottom edgw and runway* Hilling-den Golden Dawn, Po- using for clean rags. Leader-
FLORIDA CITT-TH. Rr>. W.W, C. Dusting should be done calm tin, Pernet, Thorn du Pont, Tal- terprUw.
Inol tutor Sunday ached S p. a, on a President
I isman, Luxembourg,
._ In". I and till p. m. TumdayBreyer .
BMtlnc .t TlSO P. m day.Aphids dashing rain also kill many of Hoover, Caledonia, Edel, K. A. evvvvvyvvyvvVT".,TTm
are small green or I them. Even with these enemies, Victoria, also all Polyantha and .

IIIETJlODISTBOIlIITIADTIIo brown insects that suck sap from i however, aphids can prove very Climbing roses, any above selection

..... I. I. 1\1..1 plant They are live-bearing and { injurious to a vegetable crop if (2 per dozen postpaidand EXPERT
-..... Sunday school at ':41 a; grow so fast that they begin producing Also offer
i measures to control them are not guaranteed our
.. ..
11 and 1:60 Po a when
.1..10. L.aguL .t 1.10 Po _.: HI Uuuo I young they are taken before they become numerlous net wholesale quotation on 50
.I S SO Po .... : senior UO.XM it I,Su p. than a week old Their chief natural or more finest quality bushes I
Prayer Mature at I Sit Po... WtdnonlarBILVM enemies, Dr. Tlssot ex- lOc each by express not prepaid BARBERING 4

PALMThr. IU I. B. W.ll.r. I! plained, are syrphld fly larvae, I WANT ADS PAY Plant your roams early for
putor Sunday school every Sunday '>| lady beetles and birds. .Heavy; best result Order your today!
10 a. ra" preaching, nrrlooi m lint third I I
aid UU BuMten >t 11 m m. and I 10 p. .. QUALITY NURSERY CO., Rte. HAIRCUT ...... 40c
I IPRINCIlTOlfTho No. t, Tyler, Texa
..... J. PA w.n"1 Men Everywhere Are Quicker SHAMPOO ...... 40c
tutor preaching at S .. a., I Getting FOUR GREAT BUYS
ached at 10.College i
I Only $1000 Fair frame house 5 MASSAGE ...... 40c
More Refreshing Shaves With This New acre grapefruit, big producing

Women to Get I'I trees some avocados, oranges

Air Pilot Instruction I $1200, Fair '.room frame house, TOR.M.A.BERGER BUSH'S

Tallahillaee23.norlda- ;; I BARBER

State College for Women, which _

was the site of the first aviation i Dentist

round course given solely to women e SHOPN.

two years ago, now will be C Office Hours 8:30-1:30

Included in the civilian pilot trainln -

program conducted by the First National Bank KROME AYE.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
Civil Aeronautics

Ten student of Authority the age limit At Price BuildingOpen
18-25 will be allotted the state Evening by Appointment

college, which will be one of five
women' colleges In the entire

country In this set-up Homestead's Oldest $1000.00 If You Live

The Civil Aeronautic Authority I f ,e't aw Barber Shop and
under the Civilian Pilot Training
Act of 1838 I II authorized to con- $1000.00 When You DieA

duct a program for the trainingof D. L. BOWEN I Mortality Endowment

civilian Little
pilot through educational Crab Be
institutions and pursuant to
,such .regulation aa the) authority HAIKCtT 4te Pan National Life
nay prescribe The program calls i SHAMPOO __ .._ 4a I
Ins. Ass'n.
tor sufficient training to prepare Wlufs more, boa 4k as dan
a student for a private pilot cerhHcate entrrelr new Mad that COOL AND SANITARY .
of competency.NATUR01b'vG. / Ra1 whoaeverbeforegot whisk, through faugh board freest aad eeevteeoa service I'I'A R. I. BINRERT
1rj a Decent shave with a onickly and eerfr.Baamart. Thereto Wait win be appreciated. Local Agent
low-priced blade are entbo- ...sw smna. Yes ft 1
A'S elastic botrc the new Thin tood-looktn, c.naQrsgblle
Gillette.And aowoadert Ttiiebl.de. share evetsr does and owe
CHEAPER QOCKCRand that sorts at ray lOc *tonr, teolef Bay a p.ok.ge j
Here Dependable fa?*,T-sire e( ew-SeciafaUel Title OMIeXte Slaw.
Than EleclrfcltrT. : iuvd eoaogh to*! (Us*. from "Ins. Nasser wdor.s EDWARD STILING


Turner's Funeral lime Real Estate General Insurance .


Lady Attendant j t ,1 Core Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida -City, Fla.

Phone 884-R Knmcite'd rs.II M,1i a t PHONES Ml-J AND MlMt
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i TO BE MOLDEDBVniltRCII.VTEVi' ; Till- J Slieu

9' me :I RRNALt AlESOnds:

WED 1A "o

Nov. 29-
Just as Hitler Mussolini awl

of SUlla thett faae youths*. captured and shunted the mind:than Closed'All Day Nov.3oThanksgiVing-Prices;, Effective Thru Wednesday jjVM

oft;;on paths.ot evil, *o must we -
.' capture the minds of American Factory Pack Any BrandMILK
youth aod.tabu* them with the '
iplrlt of democracy, declared the ,
Rev. Dick Evan of Miami, .:i(_ SUGAR5Lbs.
'. utive secretary and vlce-prealdeat

of mocraevin the Florida an address Congress before of De-the .. ... 27
Redland.District Lions Club Tue*.

t day"Hi night precept of Abraham Lla. AU.Goe4' Slieedi Royal Arms
t coin ton*w the bail of the Coa- : SPEfJ .
, Peas\ott PeaMeraeyV* Mr. Ivan '
said "Tlax great emancipator ; PUMPKE
shewed that without democracy 5
f wo.ooul4"not'boeo w rreahmr'""' No. 2% Can......... 19c No. 2'/i Can............ 12c
.I Jorthe.wonderfal personal prM-
; lefer the>age UDkoown inmost of

I I the Tito)othe' countries la A'S 0"& : OceaIlSpr.y..... ....
wauHaJCuroge stn ? 1111 Co.BAK .
I ( I out eiter* o ncei>t'Gf democreer I VINEGAR: 'PDACIIES
', .
that Amttlaa Ma.dean Then vs.yR CRANBERRYSATJCB .
( lift oCOamoomcr la at ......
" .ouw>t, aloof tax tilesoorfLr 1 9c: N.C......_._ U'e .
: awn Ignore.It.or.n... we 2 fbr'21c roiis.
t I {;j must aa>b iaine..Iavolve4/l... ta I Tan,Cam ____,. 12'
\ but war.......PUt.forth o rlleft .arsef s With nn sat"ova" ... ()IMr" White' All owwwwq i
t, ust..ltnr pnhDIiDL Ube- "
and'concepts that would uadermlnar AmaJIS.Nt SyLttts: Farm*
: i & & destroy itnonmtf TOMATOK COOKEDBACARONI:
I from getting; ai foothold la oar
.. I I country: >>. 2%. Cw..... 17 ROLL BUTTERLb.
t i.; "Our frcatcit! weapon against[ ET: CHU? :

democracy la education la demotracr. RistCORN ........................ .....32cORDER' '
I The spirit of good will tint : r County
2f: 25c
for : I
mUtt prevail. Ill will hat broughton 2 3S'c '
the war In Europe with all the : t 17 Os.
attendant misery raftering and U 0. Larll'Bottle la Cream Sauce with Cheese
death. Those lame dictator who TURKEY TODAYFresh
) 1 \ fostered this 111 will have bench 2 Cans ......... .... ..17c
t ,I 1 men at work in our country In a COOKEDSPAGHETTI II Ofc.Tina
\ f systematic effort to break down
i all that we hold dear and true County KiltPEaS
) SOUPS2for255c
i :
"The spirit of responsibility I and
\ j and enthusiasm for> democracy
also must prevail we deelre perpetual ,
: t" peace and freedom. Dictators : 2.tor 21cI
f' I have purauadtd the youths Chicken Gumbo. Clam
: of their country that democracy : 11 Os. Tine' Chowder and Consommes 2 Cans ............_... 19c
{ I. a thing to be despised and then : Slightly Higher
J if'if'I. I r
:\ in them an enthusiasm i
I fighting for this belief MUSTARD8c Monarch
'} : "The Ideals of democracy must :
'"' be uppermost in the minds of : STRAINEDFOODS
) youth in all their waking hour Corn on Cob
i They must be put into force at ..,
; \ play, at school and at home" grown or Yellow 1 Ear Can ............ 18c LLmIK
I "
3' 21c
Freah'Cranberries Local Dressed' 'e
,; FRESHCUCUMBER 14 Varieties :


1 TOMATOJUICE Lb. ........................ 15c
Lb. ............................ 35
l and Mar DesradableThan PICKLES

"' I. .: Electricity Crisp, Large Fryers .............. Lb. 35C4'
: Phone !8 I 18c 3'21c

: ; I It Z. OL Jar/ 11 Of. Tina Lettuce, Fresh
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., !\ Be cure that your eyes are as -- 2 Heads ................ 19c OYSTERS
j : ; food aa your brakes-have them :
: 'tested at least once each year IL 7:0, VEAft$ (I" R:6 I Long Tender Standards

\ DR. F. P. ARCHER CELERYStalk. Quart ...................... 59c
i : (? ; Pint .......................... 30c
Consulting Optometrists .................... 10c
I .....
: list W. Elder St,Miami. Fes.t DIONNE"QUINS" 1.--: &
: t { .. Fresh Port
z.- : imliwd--UMM Grand FOR DESSERT York Imperial
: i R./"d; lutltnta onlyPALMOLIVE SHOULDER |
i aosool I lot OplMaiuA ANY DAY
1 -- Tlw pep urn**Jill HolMnl silos! Oil, -_.._. Tipples5Lbs.
: I out tici H or Whole

\ r Cakes 19CAG Delicious .._............... 17cBrazil Lb. ............................ lie
i y c d} Trial Fresh I Fresh Crop

1 11"t MeansA I Ii i STRAWBERRIESPKG. \ Nuts Fifth PorkHam \

i CustomerDRIGGER& DE vlsp ra.o .' . .28C PecansWalnuts

AT Lb. .?........_..........?. 24c

Field Fresh Lb. .......-....-.._.. 25c'Cauliflflwer'
heavy WesterntEEF
-: :. toeball
''' ,*t
Service Station | CHUCK

: I 8. KreaM Are and Third 8t 21 C Lb.:.......................... .. 27cr'
Phone Sill Lb. _.......... 8c :
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