The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00255
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 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: UF00087294:00255
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I', Now Open to Public

-BOOKSlOVED I Kirby Again Selected as Chairman TARIFF, BETTER MARKETING ,

Of Area Christmas Cheer Committee -

Thanksgiving Calm Parity in Foreign Trade
FROMKRONE Officers were elected, workers trlct are: Mayor Tom Harris and flickers A' Firmen Pacts to.Be }faJn .
I selected and operation plant were W R Bird, Homestead; Mrs. Tom ,
discussed by the Christmas Cheer Tdrbert, Gould; Mri. C'E.' Elch-' 4Diwer Mbwry AlarmTlaakagivbgg Objectivfi

committee at IU initial meeting I enberger, Naranja; 'Mrs. Walter
SITE Monday afternoon at the city hall I Thompson,"Silver Palm and Red- Jn Homesfesel.la MEMBERSHIP ELECTS

Thomas E.! Kirby, general chair- land; George Cooper, Princeton;I t4, Ru4. pas .sbbeIte-pks" THERKILDSON 1JEAI)
man of the group last :year, was and Mayor Edward Sailing, florlda broke* only In the afternoon
re-elected franklin Jones was City. nhep firemen responded to aft :
Activities at Beautiful named secretary, Mrs R. J. Elliott The sub-chairmen will work I alarm from Mtwry: street steal ; E -COl1 resrnalJ Blades j

treasurer, and Tyler. Veasey, under the supervision of Mr. Kirby First venue, "where weed la ; 1$. Y. Banks for
Structure Started a vacant lot adjoining the )
chairman. Cuban
publicity Y'r own assistants TreatyThe
Quietly Mr.Kirby named sub-chairmen 1 Mayor Harris and Mr dense *f C. )Ii Jl.edcJ.ablue. rM/-1 ,i

who will direct the solicitation of I Bird Will contact club and civic Only a !email area nucleus of a ttaU-wide organization
DEDICATION SET FOR funds to be used for the purchaseof organization and map out thejr I b..d.I Folio arrests : designed to campaign t
food and toys for distribution own plan of procedure.In I reported no and tor more beneficial! state and naUonaJ -
EARLY IN NEW YEAR among the needy of the district addition to the plan of obtaining I there were no traffic accidents agricultural leglalatlbn in.eluding ':
The sub-chairmen and their dis- food tend money followed reported 'la the city or surrounding tariff and W solve ship
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High State WP I\ Officials :lost year, which Include the placing I territory. ping, marketing fend distribution
fubllc offices, the local bank
: of barrel for food donation problems, was formed at the Neva I
Expected to Attend I and most of the business
VOTERS LEAGUE and container to receive I cash I' King Cooper school auditorium
place were closed In observ
Ceremonies I
contribution in store and other Wednesday night
of the d.,.
public place, the committee will| More than 200 representativepersons

Homestead's newest and 'most GETS ,CHARTER .hold two, tag day*. Thal Rev. R.F. ,.of.. Cho.Redlsnd.District ..:
beautiful bulldmt. the Lily Lawrence ,I Blackford, 'pastor 61 S<. Johnf 1 .+iBLONDiESAVYYERi; : were present a'the meeting,

Bow Public! Library at First Episcopal Church, was selected to, which was addressed by J. Mark:
avenue and Second street, was FOR make plan for the tag day It Wilcox former congressman from
thrown open to the public Wed. was suggested that local Girl i I: HILLED AS CARS the fourth Florida district and

nesday, without fanfare or cere. Scout sell the tags. Boy Scouts now a practicing attorney of
mony. charter for the Redland District will do their "vpeclal annual good!I I I IllT ON IIIGIDV Miami, and by W. r. Therkild-
The municipal library "business" Voters League organized recently turn" by assisting in deliveringthe son of Redland, All-Florida edli .

went on u usual as the two-day in Homestead was ap- food and toys to the homes of i tor of the Miami Herald.

job of transferring the 20,000 proved Wednesday by Circuit the poor. : Walter Burrell (Blondl) Saw- Following a talk la which he-
books from the old library building Judge Arthur Gomes. It was pre- Members of the Homestead High|', :explained the purpose and aim of
Iyer, Key Largo
t fishing
at Krome avenue and N. W. sented to the court by Henry Beh- school band also will do their part!I guide and reputed to be a former :the organization, Mr. Therklldaon.acting .
Second street to the new building rens, attorney.The toward obtaining" money for the I of us chairman, appointedMrs.
employ Al killed
Capon, was
was in progress. Mrs. L. L. club has been meeting "cheer" drive. Baker M. Hmd-{1 I:almost W. J *rome, Charles Pratt
Instantly when the automobile
Bow, the librarian, took over at weekly at the J. D. Barnes packing (Continued on Page Two) I I'! : he and E. A. Ames to serve as an or-
was driving sideswiped
the new location when the major- house since its organization la I truck and overturned on the ganisation committee. a
it#'of books had been transferred Ita purposes, according to the :Oversea highway three miles The committee went into private 1
Wednesday Installation of nearly, charter are: YULE CONTESTTO south of Florida session during Mr. Wllcox address -
City early Tuesday
all of the equipment and furniturewas j "1, To promote loyalty to the and later Mr. Pratt rend IU I
completed Monday. governments of the United States morning recommendations, which were
I Argyle Henry, 80. also In the
and the State
of Florida and to !
Mayor Tom Harris and Councilman suffered a cut on the hand and (Continued on Page Two)
\f R. Bird are working out support their respective: constitutions .
body bruises He was treated --- ---
plans for the dedication I and maintain the present
ceremonies -
IN DECORATION here at the Graduate
Port hospl-
of form of democratic government in
the building
new library CAGE OPENER SET
Th event probably will take each, jtal. Henry la a Key Largo fish .

place during the first week of "2. To advance at all times, and erman.
II The Rev. Randolph T. Blackford died of
Sawyer a broken neck
the new :year. High WPA. and In every honorable way, the Interests ATREDLANDIUGIITUESDAY ;
of the Redland District. chairman of the Christmas night according to Justice of tile Peace
state official will be Invited to
decorations committee of the Sid L. Kendrick
I who went to the
N3. To acquaint the members
attend and a speaker of state or Homestead Rotary Club and the of
scene the accident with Con- NIGHTThe
talned; Mayor Harris said with the duties of all local, state I
Redland District Chamber of :stable J. M.: Scarborough./
and national
rational prominence will be ob- public offices. Commerce, has sent letters ___
to According to the officers, Saw
4: To acquaint the members
Construction of the new libra- other of Diamondbacks of the Red-
organizations the
area yer was driving south when he
with the of all
qualification public
ry building a WPA project was office seekers. seeking co-operation in the con- sideswiped a truck driven by land High School will launch I
started 13 months ago and was Charles S. TIft., a merchant of their 1939-40 basketball season \
3. To stimulate and
maintain test.At
completed at I cost of 2300. Surrounded a recent meeting, the commerce Key West Mr. Tift was on his Tuesday night by taking on the I
,I by a lawn In which grass (Continued on Page Two) chamber appropriated fit way to market at Miami at the quintette of Gesu High School of
I and shrubbery have been set out, to be used for three prizes of 15 time. Miami at the Redland school gym.The :

the structurewith Its cream colored Noted ArchaeologistTo I each. These prizes will be The automobile overturned tilt will be the maid part of (
natural rock walls and red awarded for the best double.header. The other
three times before It came to a halt a portion -
',tiU_roof present an imposing Address MinistersThe place of business in the district, In a ditch beside the road The of th entertainment will be
picture in the mid-town section. the best decorated home In the (Contln* *..- ...- cin) a game between the second teamsof :
A fish pool and fountain the Rev George Barton, Ph.I l communities of Princeton, Gould, I the two school.

walls of which also are cream- D., LL.D, of Maml, said to be one Peters Perrlne Naranja, Modelle, STRAWBERRIES AT 119 PINT I Redland first string men and
colored and of natural rock Is of the greatest living authorities Homestead and Florida City and The tint box of strawberries their weights I and heights follow: j j
situated in the center of the wide on archaeology, will speak on the offered on the Wauchula market I
\ I best decorated home In the Clyde Chamber, 190 pounds;
sidewalk which leads to the front ''Archaeology and the Bible" at a rural area on or south of Eureka last week, brought the grower, six feet, one inch. I'

door of the building. 1 meeting of the Redland District I drive and on or east of Country D. Bond, a crisp ten dollar Leonard Creep, 141 pounds; five
I Two alcoves, one on either aide Ministerial Association at 10 Club road. She contest will start With marks of $3 and $750 W'I feet, ten inches I

of the large entrance house mod- I.o'clock Tuesday morning at the Dec. 20 and end Dec 27. tablished at other points Henry Dixon 147 pound, five '

ernly-equlpped, green tile restrooms First Baptist Church. I The dcoratlons must be out-of- the week Wauchula bidden feet, eight Inch**.
entrance to which are Dr. Burton director of the the bid to $10 for a tingle flat
was doors and visible from a street or up Richard Crawshaw, 158 pounds
i from the outside I American School of Research at I road They must be seasonal; that of excellent quality berries five feet, eight inches.Buddy I
Entrance! into the building is Bagdad for 13 yean and served i la, Christmas tree, sacred scene or Undgren, 120 pounds;
through large beautfullly carved in the same capacity for one fear subject suggesting Chrlstma THE WEATHER five feet, seven inchor.RobM .

oaken doors. Mrs Bow's desk., at Jerusalem. Prior to hit European -, Mr. Blackford laid he will ask osn.sr ...,air....,.,e.r eaw,s.ba.rkaa..s ? Rivers, 15J pound, die
where book are received and diat I I ffi.u. p..a.a n..w. '
activities he
was professorat each
organization to appoint three feet
trlbuted, commands the area dlpectly the Philadelphia Divinity School I judge to constitute a "jury" la 0.12Nov. Billy Campbell, 140 pound; five

in the center of the building and professor at the University of I determining the winners of the 24 11 45 ,iJO.nuace:, feet, ten inches.
and facing the front doors Pennsylvania. He retired several contest The result will be announced Nov. 25 I T' 43 John Brown, 130 pounds; five
helve and racks for the books iSO.l1\\
( yean ago from active service.Dr. a week after Christmas. Nov. 21 I 110 I 4f I II feet, six Inches.
4 t. line the wall tad form lines In the Barton has written Dumber Person desiring to enter their Now 27 I II 58 ::30.201/ Louis Price 140 pounds; five

north and south portions of the of book on archaeology His home In the contest are urged to prove 28 I 14 I 11 130.211 feet, seven Inches.
t building. Large circular tables, best known is entitled "Archae- notify Mr. Blackford in writing Nov. 29 71 : 55 30.211I Vernon Jackson, 175 pounds;

(Continued on Page Tore) ology and the Bible." before Dec. 20. Noy 3H I 50 30,221 five feet eleven and a half 'inches.

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Friday; December 1.19391J i
Pace Two THE .. I :

WILCOX TALK said, but they ire not getting them SAWYER hall.next Monday Mr. Kirby afternoon gave at the the"go"city ORDER IS PLACED I

became of high freight rate and i signal at the initial meeting, and
other factors that keep local business ''it la expected that worken will FOR HIGH SCHOOL ;!
I moving .Iowl,'. I ,
. ) (Continued from Fag One) !jImpact be able to report progress in their ,
(Continued from Page One) South Florida must spur advertising '
I voted upon affirmatively by the he declared California has caused the truck barely to ableto careen solicitation Mr. Kirby of funds.said approximately BAND UNIFORMS 4
and Mr. Tift was
publicized its
products In northern
The recommendations
t membership. into $250 will be needed to bring cheerto
It from plunging
; Mr. market to such an extent that prevent :
Included the naming of of the district. .n
i needy
all the
, Therklldaon president and the selection buyer automatically ask for Call. the canal alongside the road. j $26783 was spent for The drive for funds to '
i of a board of director from fornia-product, and in many Important Succeeding in flopping his truck,1 Last and year and 80 basket were uniform for the Homestead Hig
and to the )[food toy
Mr. Tift alighted ran
buying renter Florida I School band far has
: the various groups of grouters distributed, he said. I so netted tlij
and found .
. The selection of the directors will product are unknown."A overturned be- I I Local firemen will lend a hand and will be continued until $4SI '.-,:
that the two pinned I
men were
fallacy of advertising has to >
be made at subsequent Individual in the cheer campaign They I 11 raised was announced
neath. He was unable to extricate also
: meeting of the groups and will do with the Idaho potato, Mr. Homestead ,will repair toys and otherwise put Mri Margaret Mill music
He to
be announced at the next meetingof Wilcox said. "That state continually them. drove for distribution itructor of the school.The "
f the organization.Other advertises the fact that Its and notified officer who went to 1 them in children. Person+I campaign I* under sump[
!| the poor
the with wrecker. An among
officers and the name of potato has high content of Iodine. scene a ambulance urged by Mr. Kirby to bring I of the Band-Parenll Boost,
of the Turner Funeral were
the organization will be elected A* a matter of fact that potato ,' discarded toys to fire headquart- ![ club, an organization formed
Home to the
.t the next meeting, to be held in has no Iodine because there is brought Henry | sponsor activities of the muiicli
bout a month. none in Idaho soil The Florida Homestead hospital and 1U attendants en. {I The drive committee 1* composed]
"The general purpose of the potato has an unusually high con assisted in righting the of Mn. W. M. McMichael Mrs ,
South Florida branch of the organization tent of Iodine but this fact has wrecked car VOTERS LEAGUE D Barnes, Mn. Adrian Jacobs;?!
Is to make agriculture not been 'divulged' by Florldlan" The body of Sawyer was taken Mri. W. E. Rheney and Mrt..I P,][
to the Turner Funeral home and
a successful and well paying Mr. Wilcox'i suggestion that the McLean.
proposition," Mr. Wilcox said In organization should have a name later was released to a Miami Mn. Mllll said the uniforms]
his address "With hard work that would indicate, the general undertaker I (Continued from Page One) have been ordered and are e
unswerving from the ideal of need of the organization brought Last July, Sawyer was fined a greater public interest In civic peeled to arrive in time for thtl
sharp opposition from several $900: on a charge of aggravated assault and to encourage and work
righteous trade relation In both affairs concert to be given by the band]
the domestic and foreign field, we points. which grew out of I for a closer bond between democracy and glee club on ,the night of I
will see an Improvement, within Mr. Pratt declared that "Grow ing at Garden Cove In Ihoot-I and efficiency." Dec. 14.CITKUS. .
two or three yean, that would be ers' Fair Tariff League" would bean Gene Edley, 42, was Officen of the organization are:
beyond our fondest dreams. appropriate title because the the foot The shooting President Claude A. Campbell; GIFT BOX WERE:
"First and foremost of our accomplishments tariff question will be the most I an argument between the two men'I i vice-president Thomas W. Theus; SET FOR DEC. 11 \
must be protection Important of the organization' over the use of a boat dock. |I secretary-treasurer, Mn. Leila The "Citru for Christmas
against evil trade treaties The considerations. Sawyer was said to have been ,( Simmons. Director are: C. H. campaign, endorsed by Governor!
Cuban reciprocal trade treaty George Fletcher, veteran grower employed by Capone ai a fishing,.Slaw, Benjamin W. Morris, Ro- Cone ha been act for the week!
which does not 'reclp,' must and who has fought for the inter. I guide. The former gangster owned'bert Glenn Jr., H. M. Brown, Sr, of Dec. 11. During this period!
will be either modified to give us est of the grower In Washingtonand i the cruiser "Arrow," which he'Thomas E. Kirby, J. D. Barnes Floridians and visiting tourists alt l
some benefit or abolished This Tallahassee for many yean gave to Sawyer during the waning and O. H. Ritch, all of Homestead. !urged to send to friends and retail 1
will be our hardest and most expensive declared the organization should I gangster days, it was aald. i I I The league will give I a deer bar- lives in the North a gift box off
fight" strive for only one objective at a I Surviving Sawyer are his widow,!'becue for memben and Invited Florida fruit. Nothing would bejj
Mr. Wilcox declared the Cuban time. He advised that the group Mrs. Nina Sawyer; four brothers,*friends at the J. D. Barnes packinghouse more acceptable or more 'PpreJ
treaty was signed because the throw all Ita resource into the I Bernell Robert, Victor and Bert,I at 8 o'clock tonight.A elated. .
Chase National Bank and the National tariff fight Sawyer; a slater, Mrs. Howard I!
I Spauldlng, and his father, JohnW. ]I
"I have found can't .
City Bank, both New York you anywhere
national organization I II to I
Sawyer all of Miami.
l in Washington by havingtoo
Institutions. held (100,000,000 I begin a survey with the obJec- Phone 9124 For
worth of Cuban bond that "hadto many Iron In the fire," Mr. I of Journalism. Theyhaven't '
tive uplifting
be" Fletcher said. "Stick to one thing
BIAS CHEERContinued been reading some of MI- Taxi Service
The treaty has held down pricesof and hammer at it until it U decided I'ami's blue-Ink weeklies, have I.
American product to such an one way or another."I .
( from One) ?
Page they
don't suspect we can get 15c Trip
extent that local growers get a anything

good return from their shipmentsin out of Washington until after map, principal of the school, said .. ... ---. .
northern market onl/ when a 1940. The New Deal and Cordell be will arrange to have the band : r-t
cargo fall to arrive from Cuba, Hull are against us. In fact Hull give public concerts at which collection ANYWHERE IN UOMESTEAD
aid WIlcox, who made a gallant has been out and out hostile to us will be taken. The young CITY LIMITS
fight against the tariff-lew trade We'll never get any Justice until musician will be arrayed in their j Tropical CafeS
agreement when he was In con Hull get out of Washington" new uniforms, Mr. Hindman aald.Mn Outside
gress. Peon labor in Cuba hat en. Elchenberger, president of doors north of city: hall Special Rate for Trips .
abled that country to sell its exports 400 AT "TIN CAN" MEET the Redland Parent-Teacher Astoclatlon I HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA Homestead and to Miami.
at prices local growers find More than 400 member of the and Mr. Hindman were '
hard to compete with, he said. Tin Can Tourist of the World, Instructed to prepare a list of'I
Regular dinner .__. 50c SAFETYCABCO.
Equitable distribution of Florida Inc., were encamped. at Dade City needy families from among

product also must be an objective last week ;for "HomecomingWeek. the school population. Organizations Plate lunch ............ 33c '
Prop. ,
Robt. W. Capllnrer ,
of the organization, Mr Wilcox Frank L Van Epps of and group aim will be con
aid There are million of under Portage. Wls.. royal fchlef of the tacted for names of needy I Ildq. Redland Service Station "
nourished person In the United organization, directed a full week The next meeting of the cheer I Mrs. Florence Kercado Prop I Homestead, Fla. f
I State who need our product, he of entertainment committee will be held at 2 o'clock 'TJM'--W I tlllIIllIIllIIlIlllIIllIlIllIlUlllllillllllllllllllllllllll

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Green Lantern Restaurant:

tie Mrs. Given Adjoining Victor Hotel Redland Proprietor I 1940 Auto License Tags I

.On Sale In Homestead
New Supply I IiI

We Have a New Supply of I December 1 1939 I.I I.

Landreths', Simon's and Stokes'

Applicants Must Bring Title Certificate and I ,:

SEED I I Registration Card With Them


HOURS 8:00: -12,1- 5 Daily i ,

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

Redland Brand FertilizersTO S

PLANT YOUR SEED BEDS I American Legion Auto I


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Florida East Coast ferlilizer. Co. Tide ServiceLegion



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Friday December 1.1939I'HE.LEADER.ENTERPISE Paw Three t:

TURNER DIRECTS Florida Sunshine Rich: |I : Ij

In Vitamin D Lions Told''

CHRISTMAS SEALSALEINDISTRICT Vitamin D necessary for.muscle 5S

and bone building, 1* a* abundantin
Tlorldt sunshine a* In many 1 f fWe
: fruit and vegetables E. V. Hjort,
professor of chemistry; at the University the nndersljrwd hereby associate ourselves together for th* purpose of
I of Florida, said In .a talk beCClllllllI..nd forming a membership Corporation, pursuant to and in conformity with :
The S3rd annual Christina teal i at the Redland District Lion Club the Law of the State of Florida providing for the formation, liability right and f
privilege of Membership and not for
Corporation Corporation profit "
meeting Tuesday night He also
campaign of the Dade County ARTICLE 1.
Tuberculosis Association ;discussed Vitamin A, B, C, F and The name of this Corporation hall be REDLAND DISTRICT VOTERS LEAGUEwith t
got i
under -
G and their relationship to the office in Homestead, Dade County Florida
way In the Redland District !health of the Individual. ARTICLE 2.

:yesterday under chairmanship of I The Lion observed ladle nightA PURPOSESThe
George Turner, Jr. He 1* being musical program was furnished purposes of this Corporation ihall be:
assisted by Mr*. Adrian Jacob 'I by Miss Dean Forthman, soprano, 1. To promote loyalty to the Government of the United State of America and
The 1939 seal Is one of the molt and Thomas Powell Smith, plan- of the State of Florida; to support their respective constitution and maintain the \
colorful of the which have present form of democratic government in each.
many I of
,lit, students of the University 2. To advance at all time, and In every honorable way the interests of the Red-
provided funds In the
fight against Miami. land District t

,tuberculosis for approximately --- 3. To acquaint the member of this 'Corporation with the duties of all public offices I
2,000 state, county and city associations Evangelistic Services National Local
since 1907. Red and K** Planned at Florida City 4. To tteJd member of this Corporation with the qualification of all !
,are predominating color on U: public office seekers.
seal. An angel with outstretched 5 To stimulate and maintain a greater public Interest In civic affair and to encourage i
arm Is etched in red against a Evangelistic services will start and work for a closer bond between democracy and efficiency
Sunday at the Free Methodist I ARTICLE 3.
blue background. The red double-
Church at Florida City with the PLACE or MEETINGThe
'barred cross, the crusading emblem Rev. Wesley C. Smeal, pastor, in principal place of meeting ot this Corporation shall be In Homestead, Countyof I
othe organization, occupiesone I charge. They will continue Dade, State of Florida, or any other place designated by the Board ot Director of
Corner. Whit numeral, 1939, through Dee. 10. this Corporation. In inch manner and at regular and stated period a* hall be pro-
complete the picture. __ vided for In the By-Lawr of this ARTICLE, t I

The seals come in sheet of 100 Cares Heads Vestrymen 4. .
with four center seals, called alo- QUORUMA
|gan seals. TheM slogan seek to Of Si. John's ChurchA. quorum for the transaction of any business at a regular of special meeting ihall
consist of not less than fifteen member
:'spread Interest in the disease 4
R. Cave w.Q named senior
Idea of selling Christmas warden'of vestrymen; of St. John' This Corporation shall exist for fifty years.ARTICLE .
Episcopal Church by he Rev. R.
seals S.
a* a mean of obtaining fund
to fight tuberculosis was originated F. Blackford, rector, at iI meetingat MEMBERSHIPAny
in Denmark by Einar Holboell, the rectory Sunday night bona-fld registered voter of the caucaiion race who has been Invited to become -
'a postal clerk. The first sale In The vestrymen elected GeorgeN. a member of this Corporation after being duly pained upon by the Board of
''the Wakefield junior warden, and Director shall be eligible to become member and entitled to vote.
United States took place at
Del. W R. Bird, secretary-treasurer ARTICLE Ek' .
Wilmington, In 1907. s
The name and residence of the subscriber to this Charter are ai follow:
LIBRARYContinued We wish to thank our many I THOMAS W. THEUS HOMESTEAD FLA.
friends and relatives for their I LELIA SIMMONS i HOMESTEAD, FLA.C .

( from Page One) kindness and sympathy during'the H. SHAW .HOMESTEAD, FLA.
illness and death of our beloved B. W. MORRIS HOMESTEAD, FLA.
with matched chairs where patrons ROBT. GLENN JR. HOMESTEAD, FLA.

may read, are placed in the i brother.MR.. AND MRS. CHAS. A.. H. ?of. BROWN. SR HOMESTEAD, FLA.
''vicinity of the librarian's desk : GOSSMAN.Itlatte. THOS. E. KIRBY HOMESTEAD FLA.J. .
There are miniature tables and D. BARNES HOMESTEAD, FLA.
chain, replicas of the larger ones, O. H. RITCII HOMESTEAD, FLA.
,for the use of small children. a ARTICLE 8. '
..'he management of this Corporation ihall be vested In a Board of Director consisting -
All the furniture and other
of Seven or more to be elected by the membership for a term ot one year aPresident
'wooden equipment I* of dark Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer to be elected at large by

;brown mahogany. The ceiling and Sunshin Service bringsyou the member
the glazed linoleum on the floor ARTICLE S.:
are of the same hue. The wall CHEAP EUCTBI.on : DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS UNDER CHARTER.The .
have a light brown shade. Light the "....*** Paw name of the officer and director who are to manage all the attain of this
Corporation until the first election under this Charter are a* follows:
Is furnished from a series of large gain .. 1'_ and is
President ROBT. GLENN Jr., Director
C. A.
glass chandeliers hung from the made possible by THOMAS W. THEUS Vice President H. M. BROWN Sr. Director

ceiling. trained courteous employee LELIA SIMMONS. Secrettry-Treaiurer THOS 1:. KIRBY. DirectorC.
The reference room and Mr*. who are anxious H. SHAW. Director J. D. BARNES, DirectorB.
Bow' private office are In an W MORRIS Director O. H. RITCH, Director
alcove in the rear of the building to assist you.N..N.N..N."N. ARTICLE 10.

Equipment for these hal not been BYLAWSThe
,received as ;yet. The window are By-Lawi of this Corporation shall be made, adopted, altered amended or
,equippedv with Venetian blinds. rescinded by a two-third vote of the members present and voting at any meeting

The new library was named by conrA called for that purpose. ARTI&t"l1.

'action of the city council several INDEBTEDNESS

months ago. The first Homestead This Corporation! shall not become Indebted In an amount over Five Thousand e

library wa operated by the (,500000 DoMan. .
Homestead Woman's Club at Its ARTICLE 12.
club house wth Mr*. Bow Inharlle. VALUE OF REAL ESTATE
When it became too large The amount In value of the real estate which this Corporation may hold may be
1 Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($23.000.00), subject always
amount not exceeding
I IThere's any
for private operation, it was to the approval of one of the Judges of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial
turned over to the city and established -
Circuit of Florida. In and for Dade County.
at the recently-vacated Wherefore the subscriber pray for the approval of Mid Charter by this Honorable -
building on Krome avenue, Mrs. Court In Order that the REDLAND DISTRICT VOTERS LEAGUE may becomea
Dow has been in continuous service Corporation not for profit according to the Laws of this State.

sine the library was estab-
ss .
...-................-..-....--..............-....--.-................_..........._.........._......_........__ COUNTY OF DADE f

Before me the undersigned authority, a Notary Public In and for the State of
NO Time Like the Present! Florida at Large, duly qualified to administer oaths and take acknowledgment, this
day personally appeared B. W. MORRIS, to me well known, who being by me tint duly
cautioned ad worn, upon his oath deposes and says:
.. v Start.Uinr Oar.Lay-Away Plan for That he Is one of the subscribers to the fbresjDing proposed Charter .. iEDLAND
'DISTRICT VOTERS LEAGUE!:, a Corporation not' for profit, that he acknowledge
that he and the other subscribers to the laid proposed Charter, ** his and their free
Christmas act and deed for the purposes therein set forth and that It I* Intended in good faithto
I carry out the purpose and object act forth therein.

Come in and lee the Lovely Display at Subscribed and sworn to before me B. W. MORRIS.
this 28th day of November, A. D. 1939. '.
'i Notary Public State of Florida at Large. ,
SPECTER'S My commission expire Mar 31, 1940.


foregoing pro Charter having been presented to the undersigned one
Aetkeriacit of the Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial I Circuit of the State of
( [. 1 Dealer
.: j Florida in and tor Dade County, the same being duly presented in person by one of
1 the subscribers acknowledging the lima, and finding that the proposed Charter Is In
. FOR proper form and authorized by Sections 8485 and 8503 of the Compiled General i Law
REFRIGERATORS of Florida. 1927, It I Is therefore
ORDERED ADJUDGED AND DECREED that the foregoing proposed Charter be.
ELECTRIC RANGES and the same la hereby approved: and It I Is further
KEROSENE STOVES "e ORDERED ADJUDGED AND DECREED that the approval be, and the same I*
hereby endorsed upon said Charter; and It I is further
WASHING MACHINES their associates and successors In the carrying out of said Charter shall be hencefortha
Corporation not for profit under the name of REDLAND DISTRICT VOTERS ,.
BOTTLED GAS STOVES LEAGUE, the tarn to take effect upon the recordation of said Charter In the Office
ROOM: HEATERS of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh: Judicial Circuit in and for Dade
R 'County Florida, who ill hereby authorized and directed to record the earn as bylaw
... .
""'" t Bay Aar .,.n--.BOW.Pas at Terser I DONE AND ORDERED: la Chamber In the City of Miami. Dade County. Florida,
I this 29th day of November, A. D. 1,39. '
..? U rn*.Building Telephone 73 -= Homestead I CIRCUIT JUDGE..i J

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Friday December 1. 1939
p", e Four THE

1 THE lEADER-ENTERFRISE m =FJ.02ICA HIGHLIGHTS:! 1J' m llInllllllllllllllllIll1ll1l1l1l11l1ll1ll11l1! hI

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tin month pass Publishing Company. :

RAN' ARCHES .. ,.. '..... MltwNAaJOHIB ; !!!! !
: __.. ..._. ...- Wiser The f.ll.wln. K.M u* SIs nt.MMn .
.. from IMM Ik* .*
l N7 K7/OACMf ## PALM- ase.nrw MUMtakW M>r. IS. mi.
IA. s.au Floe" Despair
J I...... .. permits ... wail spotter waned 0tU arm loss with w 5._
4 .M* .1, Mil. the cwt rfriM, MIVMCRIPTION stood ........
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! -"Homestead, South Dade count
RATE ty, Florida,' I* not unknown to the

' Ia D.1o colob ,., .. ... ".'. )I thousand of the state
0...... .f Di l, clients _. ..... {fair If the prize awards are any
t Indication Our fair city was given
second prize for community exhibit .
What to Do When a Motor I
which is
a very high ratIng -
Vehicle Is On Fire Indeed. A gold medal and
! $7' in cash accompanied the
Given a few seconds start in
,iward Five Individual prizes: were
ell\ or gasoline fire In your motor
also received, totaling $19. This
t vehicle may become difficult to
was received early In
handle the Week from George Ranson, to
what the Florida Safety
Here I whom much credit Is due ."
Council say to do In such inemergency
t : -"'The first solid carload of winter
tomatoes left Homestead
i. TVrn off the Ignition end lights on
a .
l Dec. 4
1 Thursday being packed by;
Immediately. 4 fly I the Homestead Grower Association .
f 5. Avoid flopping the vehicle near This beat estimates by about
combustible material or where t week and last years record by
.. fire will endanger live. TSAAliST gfi two days A notable feature was

..t. Have all passengers and other t ''r t7LbQ. ( the quantity of glade-raised tomatoes
person leave the vehicle quickly in the car ."

; assist those unable to setout i Q/2l t.F _'Dr B. F. Eckman of Covin,. ,

alone. Yr"' ton Ky.. bought the W. J. Krome
4. Use a fire extinguisher: Applyit place of 40. acres, paying $20000
through the louvre for engine for It He will make this his permanent
(Ires. Don't raise the hood home after July 1, next.
unless luch vents are not provided His family consists of a wife and a
niece-Mis* Lorraine Plummer It

!A. If no extinguisher la available,: I II the Intention of the doctor to
mother the flames with a tar plant the entire tract"to citrus

paulin, blanket, coat, or other fruits and avocados a* soon as pos
handy covering Sand or dirt sible"

preferably wet) will do. _IOC."N. Mangu has bought 640

6, Never throw water on a giro- acres In the vicinity of Royal
line or oil fire. This would I Palm Hammock. His purchase
spread the flamei takes In the south half of the ee-

1 After the fire la out, do not' ions 17-18:58:37.: : It la laid the
drive the vehicle until the f live .-,4e i. wnwwrsr.wee w doctor 1* Intending to plant HO

of the fin I II determined. A .', acre to tomatoes on this tract this
ihort circuit: might start the fire winter 0 ."
anew when- the Ignition or! Of U tl I'1olida"a pounk pde then "- While several rmndred Ipofci**. 4)t -"John Moffett 1st preparing togo

lights '.,.,- turned oni aV none men beautiM er nor lPt.. ut\tw HUMMING BIRD: : tjrjaL .onlythe JUby- Into the real estate business '

t. Report the tire, regardless of than the bid= JUNGS' *: GARDENS Etar throat is 'JlonoaDe j lU,,it* strong toon He has tented the

cause or damage, to your super-1 :?Veto Beach. The -radish ... tnttedWith .:matt abe = Bird tnvilt gren office In the bank building recent
visor as;soon aa possible.CURRENT. i taetedthle. even cnxajftar fhe.CuJf. ly vacated by Dr. J. A. Smith,

,,,,,.................."............\ ...t to actual va-vo ditelre fit ol.>tSttntuO. $1Q6> of Mexico- .its nKwwh ttclrtlddtllttrflt'd, ontin and moved tIe tatter part of the
:bOO by Mr. Arthur HeKee Imo a bird, week.

Ohio with the M.* of making them one occasion and does not hcalUO on "Miss Margie Smith of North

of the outstanding attractions along the to attack other birds much larger Adams; Mass, and W. K. Walton '
--COMMENT than itself. It has a strange way of feedtafr rf Homestead, were married In
cut coast of Florida. Bert is to be found "..
its : The bird thrusts her Palm *
young. mother I West Beach on Nov. 2J ; .. .
i, AGNEW WELSH. Miami 'the collection of water lilies In ?
largest bill fax down the throat of the young and -"It has been determined by the
AI A.iu.... ."4 A"AAAA j the U. S. They Include 27 varieties which regurgitates semi-digested food from her I authorities of the St. John River
; The Melbourne 'Time* states grow: out of doors throughout the year__ crop. ., I conference! of the Methodist Episcopal -

r that Florida geographically, "I Church to send a pastor to
more than 180 million yean old. serve the White Stone Church
o 0 e Nearly 60 year ago I began running ![ tlon All pardon were made next rtpr, on tie grounds that
A scientist states that color li : a weekly newspaper lit .an conditional.A Children in CourtBy concessions were not made by the
Ohio college town that In
; was the o 0 0
both a physical fact and a state of South church In keeping with the
mind. On that basis an alcoholic day when newspaper were handset man wa begging for a politi- ludg Malcolm. llatfleld benefit eceived by them III such

none l I. probably the result of tev and tramp printers were common cal job on the plea that he had ,.nlon It li possible' that in case j
..ralltnte. of mind- United State One such who made periodic gotten down to $25,000. Great: ." m "- I tIe FI idn conference .>' the
: visits to my shop was old -A';
lot THE OF church South do make such
Scott, man, a of us would like SIDE LIFE overtures
Jerry Ettinger He evidently knew
The circuit court In Palm Beach 'about these Georgia mines for Ito get up to that. The seamy tide of life is always as can be consistently: accepted I
county recently considered 43 appi o 0 there will be but one pastorto
every time he got himself "lit brought out In the glare of the j
leant* for citizenship and granted serve the two congregations In
The state hotel commission
up" he would strike a in frontof estimates I
all but three One of the latter pose that 2.300,000 tourists will courtroom Varieties of living the near future. 0 ,"
the office and proclaim "I tell
I man 68 years of age. was you Oahlonega (he called U visit Florida this season and that: conditions and sordid* relationships =Mrs Henry Pridgen and son,

brought to this country when a Da hl-o-neega) I II no fraud. the "crop" will bring in 680 mil- are revealed In vivid reality Henry Jr.. will b" down Sunday ,
child of four; voted In that county m e mIn lion dollar In courtroom scenes which leave I to spend the day with relatives"
and In Atlanta and lerved ai a .
juror, having regarded himself asa an address here Colin tog 0 most people shocked "Jesse Cowman if laid up for a
citizen, but the V. S. Commiialoner fish head of Florida departmentof Prof Ruuo, Italian economist, There are many parent who I few wrvks with a chewed up hand.
ruled otherwise. and he public Instruction, laid society: lays that the war will cause! would prefer to have their children While operating a joiner his hand
must tile new papers. Seven of was responsible for our criminal i Europe to lose 1U economic and I Ignorant of the thousand and Will clll.ohliu. the machinery anda
the applicant were Bahnman negroea clan and when he said 'society'" political leadership to the United Ion. evils which abound In all part food sites chunk of his hand
he did not have In mind the pow States, a* the world money center of the world. Up to a certain extent 'cut off. ,HI* condition I* not seri
0 der-puff ermine-wearing people, some time ago began it* shift t such a preference I 18 undesirable 'ous, owewr." ?

The Pathfinder, national weekly but ;you and I, and he added that: 1 from London to New' York, he I But, to be forewarned U to --'A girl was born to Mr. and
conduct I poll to ascertain we were doing nothing toward I said Europe wa being drained of t be forearmed Normal children Mrs Ben Lowe on Sunday."

the Democrat favored ai a candidate helping back to a better life those its gold cannot ,be harmed by knowing -"The attendance of the school
for next yean presidentialrace who had been released from 0 what U going on around them. ii rapidly Increasing The high .
assuming that the Incumbent prison. He also stated that he wai, The scientific world has accomplished Evil are best conquered only by I water mark of 323 has been reached! !
would not again run; amazed at the thing that were I what has commonly knowing them for what they are 'and there is every prospect of itsreaching t

the poll ran aa follow, condensing done in the name of the law and been accepted a* Impossible, being I and thu'being in a position to 350 . William Musalwhite .
their seven group into four advocated a proper social welfare 'contrary to the law of nature combat their influences All re- '( Is out of school for the
program help reduce crime. the birth' of a rabbit without the! sponsible-minded parent should :I pr>sent assisting his father durs
e m aid of the male principle. a saline, make a sincere effort to study the :I ing his Illness We hope to have

5 The hobo express has resumed solution being substituted This, temptation erlInr: the path|/1 him back after the hoMa,..."

i: I Ilarger It* daily trip north out of Miami successful experiment wa con, of equip them -". A mayor, five councilmen
::: and la net at the Broward county ducted by Dr. Gregory Ptncu of through training and educltlon.1:j. clerk and collector and tax assessor I.

Cities :.18.8. Si 1%" 211'% line by Another"black marla" that Clark: University, Worcester Mas to meet and overcome all form of I' are to be elected. With the-
Medium Cities 41.1 31 2TI convey: the trivelen" to the He add the startling fact that this evil :exception of c. W. Little and Joe

Towns 44,1 31 24.T Palm Beach county line Already "magic mammal" In due time bore I I Burton who are hold-overs, all
Rural 468 JO HI 1SOO indigent, hoboes and neer' a litter of Its own under normal burger whispered to Swfs*: "I 1 the present council I* out. ,"

d -welll have been thu transported. conditions dont see why; ;you have M Many 0-'They are planting tomato
Average 44 3* 31 5%, 241*" 0 hole In youand I have none and I II heavily on federation land southof .J
; 0 Damon :Run *' *
l'Ii. columnist Ik need then so badly for ventila Royal Palm park. Thorns*
The first gold mined In trw O At its recent four-day awfon much alarmed over the report that tion. 1 Brewer win have In 120 acres! W. ,
S. was In Georgia, nearly a hundred the state pardon board had before nmburger cheese Ik to be deodorized e ]R. Burton. 200; Lee It Wilson 200;
years ago. New mnee .a It 1,000 application! lot pardon ; says It would be a' high i.' at to' bug& when scam read* ]PrentissMangum! probably morel ...
story of a new itrlke In an old ana granted SO. Of this number, crime and a misdemeanor Re that German prediction; and by" 1 than 100 acres. It I* estimatedthat ,
mlneen that runt S D.OOO a !IS were from Dade county two of, mind me of the bouquet Where high officials, that next spring < there will .... nearly JIMacres ,1
ton-lut do hoi busty lip Ihere!I tfehi K* watolaughtei' and the illces of limburger and Swfca'reposed would see the end of the British planted In tomatoes In ibis "

The land I* all privately owned.other, concerned robbery eonvlc-, tide by lid, when Urn- emptr.t: \ I section"

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Friday December 1, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pa are Five ;

TO KEEP DATE MADE: LX ttU Little Johnny and Kb sister hud

DRIVE TO PUSH THANKSQlPlNq It remained for Florida's Governor been sent to bed an hour before
Cone and Georgia's Cov. but were still awake."I .
think there's downstairs
ernor Rivers to keep a date set in company
CITRUS AS YULE 1934 by then Governors SholU ," said Ethel. "I Just heard
.thank Thee Lord, in times like these and Talmadge. "Meet us at the Mummy laugh at paddy's Joke"G.

state line," Tulmadge wired
GIFTS STARTEDLakeland For Thy eternal veritiesOf SholU at that time referring to

truth and love. Though war drums beat the new road from Jasper Fla, O. Brewster, M. D. t
through Lakeland Ga., to Perry
Nov X
---The "Cltrui I for -Special Chrtstnus") Their march of death for myriad feet, Ga. On Friday Dec 1, Cone and E/e Ear. Noae and Threat
Rivers will meet at Jasper to open Treatment
campaign of the Florida citrus
officially the new route to the I I
commission, endorsed by Governor And hatred pit man's'heart and mindIn North. Chaws IIMesIOtCtc
Cone with a proclamation designating -
the week of Dee 11 as "gift senseless butchery of his kind Warning I I knira aMaaWa
fruit week," got actively under Avpd.t.altoink.
way this week as civic organizations i We thank Thee Ldrd these things endure- First Visitor "My dear these I great A.m sae
throughout the state were i cakes are as hard as a stone." II'I',, ...... r..ell..tst
urged 'to can the drive to the attention 'That truth is strong, that love is sure, Second Visitor: "I know. Didn't
of their members. I you hear her say Take your I 11mW. ,
The purpose of the campaign Is That right must triumph, wrong must fail, pick; when she passed them I '.... N. earl :
j around1"-The Rail.JACKSLLE'S. 'I
two-fold: to have Florida residents I .y
And God's truth and love
give citrus as Christmas gifts to own prevail I

their relatives, friends and asso- i (' 'mt .: J1t:1totb., II Dr. Leonard W. Masking

'elates both In Florida and other MNNINMINIIMNNIINNNMNNNMMN,1,111NNMII.NNNN/NINNNNNNIININMNI NINIINNINIy11W WNNN/NNNI r......tw.. u a, ....."......
states, and to have Florida businessmen OLE F1tu.e OW ......... .a
writ their associates In FROM OUR MAIL BOX 0)). I GLASSESHI .1
1 1I
the North urging that Florida citrus ._.. ............_ s..wsOtt '
be Included Christmas N/N/111/MNMNMMNM/NMMNNNIIN.LNNNN NNNN.NN.N./INMMNI IN.N" II W ?, w N. I!. Pint .... ....... eta.
on shopping i I 4 I C-.loMIp..... C..nt1..da..k.s
lists a* gift What Writers Fail to MentionEditor I iii. T.rr .
"There Is an excellent field for or'J' ,.
development of new business In Leader-Enterprise: I moral and spiritual qualities supreme I. I" rr_
suggesting citrus for Christmas Like the sudden and smiling appearance ? Then that land may wellbe t. be'r' r
of June amid the proud, for Its future greatnessand ; .oo
gUts, L W. Marvin advertising sour Dr. R. J. Elliott
manager oof the commission and chilling winds of November prosperity are assured III
aid here. "Many northern firms was our advent into Florida sunshine The men'i class caused me ur\-. CHIROrRACTOft
easiness in the first part ef its session '. "
face a distinct problem In deciding and comfort after a delightful '
What to give Important customersat ride of 1500 miles. Then following by neglecting to begin with I Hires Bide.DRM.A.BER.ER. n-wa4
'Christmas, and at suggestionfrom a few days of contemplation the formal lesson, but It developedthat LEADING HOTEL
some Florida business associate of tropical loveliness, came the men are unitedly assumIng I'
may result in tingle orders Sunday. I the burdens .f the poor and C..JntL. .. 6r..tar..
needy. When I recall that the first c;r'7 area ..... III a.
running Into hundreds of boxes. With Sunday came as usual the ...... ;
"Florida businessmen In writIng thrill of seeing hundreds Of children -' evangelist stated that "Filth with I SUMMER I
their northern associates can all clean beribboned smilIng out works Is dead" I opine theyare COMfORT =.: =

point to the ease with which citrus and well behaved In the Sunday I on the right track. 1 .a"md r.....P..w, _We DentistOffice
fruits can be obtained through schools. Wife and I, being Holllster Sage .....--.-.......
gift fruit shippers In Florida, and Baptists, were treated to the sight Homestead, Nov IS, 1839 ]I t-r. a..rek..rr..wFso" Hours 8:30-4:30
offer to turn over any list sent of more than 200 of them.It !'I fOf\IW..1 1l
them to reliable dealers. Florida is refreshing, encouraging in ANCIENT SKULL FOUND COCKTAIL LOUNGlen' National Bank
businessmen also can stress the these times of apostasy, to see the The discovery of a human skull I I COFFEE SHOP First

complete acceptability of citrus as throngs of the best people attending aroused considerable I n t.r I s t I Building
Christmas gifts. They are healthful divine worship In this South- I _ta. _
among scientists working In old ...... Evenings by A...inaeaeat
and ( box of fruit Is conduciveto land, and listening to the word of )I c-" Open
eating it in 'abundance thus God. It is the single and singular shell mounds near Marine Stut-
Creating a desire for more citrus: feature of Florida loveliness dios, south of St Augustine, lastweek.
In the future" which enthusiastic writers have Archeologlsts believe the I
failed to enumerate. And It tithe specimen to be over 1,000 years old.I'
Schedule on Spraying feature of greatest promise for Dr, W. J. Winter of the Carnegie'
Institution termed It one of the MOVING'l
far superior to all the beauty and
Dusting Due in January wealth of which any land may most unusual skulls he had eve I

boast are the people. Are their, Dean I I
Lakeland Nov. 29.-(Special)- II
Accurate as the latest scientific

research can make it, the suggested MORRIS New Building December' 1
To MAE .
schedule for spraying and dusting DR.; R. S. AKERS e
citrus tree for the coming! Facilities
season will be Issued in Januaryby ONLY DENTIST '')4t'. More;Room, More ,
the Florida citrus commission, .

it,was made known here today. MONKEY Office Boon: f a. M.to I p. SB. .
The commission has issued three '
such schedules in past years, JUH9LEINTMCOS Sudan t te II We have placed every qualified student and

through its better fruit commit Closed Batnrdays
tee. Last season approximately r FtorUa't le..hq have many unfilled calls. Your place is wa'itinr.
20,000 were printed and distributed Drive W rt Free Parking: Space
nod flllll .f .
Much of the technical workon .a M 11. l> 1764 N. W. I6TH 8T. MIAMI Many calls for men.
the schedule is done by Dr. A. F. aiaa.p. nfUftE S-tlSt
Camp of the citrus experiment
station,at Lake Alfred. -I A position, or your money back, when you are
The schedule gives the approxi-
mate dates on which certain typesof qualified. Beware of the school that shirks this'duty.

sprays and dusts should be ap-
plied for better quality citrus DR. C. H. DENBY .
fruits. They are distributed to
growers and caretakers through
county agents and direct by the Osteopathic PhysicianPhone 'Terms-yes. Books furnished. Price reason-
able. A few minutes' talk will cost nothing.
Beat Him to It 39
"Do you know what It is to go See Us.

before alt audience' Homestead-. ->> '.'. I
"No, I spoke before.aa audience
once,-but most It-went before I (Over Brown's Drug Store)

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f i.. Piur e. Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday December I, 1939l

I Mr and Mrs Albert Hinman Board will also address the conference -f

moved on Monday from the H at the some banquet. V

l I In and Jlround : Brockett cottage on 8th street to I I S. Senator .Charles O. Andrewswill I

I the PIchard property on West preside. I

Palm avenue. By attending the conference Car I
I i mody members of county I
Homestead I I Richard Mattson;;-returned Monday public W:1:1:: and all other persons I

' : from a short visit to North Interested In public works i
Carolina. projects. Federal roads and alum

( ..... ,, clearance programs an opportunity I
Lewis Aldrich has accepted a to discuss their local problems
Mr. and Mrs. W E. Rheney have Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Armstronghave I position with Fuchs Baking Co. in with the chief of the departmentswhich
BI guests Mr*. Rheney's brother- as their guests for a few South Miami have the final lay in all BABNKR GORDON
in-law and sister Dr. and Mrs such matters radiator valves .i
weeks Mr. Armstrong's sister LEAKY cause mj j
W. L. Shackleford of West Palm Miss Minnie H. Armstrong of Mrs. J. M. Dobbin was taken to .The Federal Works Agency of ') damage and
Beach and Mn. Rheney's mother, Springfield Mass. the Kendal hospital on Friday for which Carmody is the administrator The trouble usually "
Mrs W. P. Parker of Jackson loot packing nut at bas UII01Uce.1
treatment. incudes the Works Progress
ville. Dr. and Mn. Shackleford worn or Insufficient
Administration, now known as But
Mrs. Evelyn Hatten arrived this
will remain over the Thanksgiving week from Huntavllle, Mo., to Miss Clara M. Roat of Holly Hill, the Work Projects Administration : Try tightening out If leakage ton1ttnues ,
but Mn. Parker will
holidays spend the winter here. Is a guest at the home of Mayor ; the U. S. Bureau of Public valve must be repacked
stay longer and Mrs. Edward sUUn,. Roads, now called the Public ,,: Before repacking, extinguish Ire'
of hot water system,then lower water>
Roads Administration; and the V. level below I
Mill Annabelle Redd and Miss Miss Virginia Hobson of Miami Morris Poucher was a guest last S. Housing Authority. The new '. With steam leaking heating radiator.system,It ,
t Betty Richards, freshmen at was a week-end guest of Miss week at the home of Mr. and set-up became effective July 1 I't 1 I vlsabla to let Are die or at least
Doris Kelly In Homestead. I
!' Southern College at Lakeland are Mrs. Harry Degler. under the reorganization plan ': heal of steam. lower
expected to spend the Thanksgiving proposed by President Roosevelt)I'I|I dose valve tightly.! Unscrew
holiday with their parent Mr. and M.... Robert Holland of Mrs. JOiephRt'd Is recover :ing nut.Then pack space between
here. I Miami spent last week with Mri.Holland's from major and authorized by congress. side of nut and stem with pl Ja.f
ing satisfactorily a A second outstanding feature of I I I metallic packing compound '
[ mother, Mrs. Dan Rob- operation performed last week at the conference will be the dinner I', well la with small implement
Theodore Franklin John Fred- erts in Redland. the Jackson Memorial hospital. given on the night of Dec. 4 In ', 11 Inaccessible remove nut to pack
; ricks, Roy and Wilbur Wood Howard honor of Governors E. D. Riversof ',, by lifting handle held la place by!
Lamb, Harvey Rue. Marlon Cleland Lawrence left'on Mn. M. D. Ingram la ill this Georgia, Burnet R. Maybank of I' single screw. be
Packing compound obtained
Monday to visit his Mrs. week at the home of her mother, nay
Plummer and Tom Collins students mother South Caroolina Prentice Cooper In small quantities from hitting -
at the University of Flori- M. M. Lawrence in Damascus,I Mrs. E. J. Rhodes. of Tennessee Frank M. Dixon of supply dealer.

da, are pending the Thanksgiving Ga. I Alabama, Hugh White of Mississippi -,:t: Q.-The bowl In a comparatively
holidayi with their families In I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Belleby of and Fred P. Cone of Florida.U. new water closet fixture has cracked.
Homestead. Mrs. Frank Skill Mrs. James Canada, arrived on Monday for S. Senator Claude Pepper will I,I Whit can you suggest to prevent recurrence -
of trouble when
bowl ft replaced -
Hudson and Mrs. Russell Horne the winter. serve as toastmaster at this brilliant ?

Mill Iva Dyal and Miss Morale attended a special training seisllon : affair.Sarasota. I II ,I A. There may be several causes,
J McDonald, a classmate of Miss for Girl Scout leaders Tues Mrg. R. F. Campbell and babyof I I but most likely a rigid pipe was used
J Dyal at Stetson University, arrived day night In Miami. Coconut Grove, spent the week- Lions Club to connect closet bowl to soil stick.I .
end at the home of her parents, I, Thus when the house settled or Umbers
Wednesday to spend the
Arranges Annual Rodeo i shrank this rigid connection did
Mr. a nd Mrs. S. Billelo. I
week-end with Miss Dyat'i Lewis
parents Willard left Saturday for I not give, placing strain oa bowl,
Mr. and Mrs E. J. Dyal Moultrle Ga. ;; I I I cawing it to crack. Have your
The Sarasota Rodeo Association
1 Robert Oxland ot Toronto, Can., : County I i plumber check this connection before
was a Sunday guest at the homeof under the auspices of the j,i, Installing new bowl. If it is rigid pipe,
Vernon, Turner son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burton and Mrs. H.
Mn. R. J. Shepherd. have it replaced with section of au-
Sarasota Lions' Club will stage its
Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner Jr. and j
I P. McDaniel returned Tuesday ible lead pipe. r
Jack Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs from a week's visit In Atlanta first annual rodeo and championship I i Q.-Are screens much damaged by
Chat G. Turner arrived Wednesday contest at Sarasoto Nov. 29- : winter exposure?
CARMODY LISTED I I A.-Screens and screen doors will
from Stetson to I
I Mr. and Mn. T. A. Fennell will Dec. 3 nightly with two afternoon last considerably longer It they are
spend the week-end with their
leave today for Port au Prince, contests) scheduled for Saturdayand I I removed and stored In dry place.Sus-
parents I Haiti, where Mr. Fennell will be FOR ADDRESS AT I pend from ceiling comer of base-
employed.Mr. I I meat on wood framework. Lay several -
Miss Virginia Frlck, a Junior at I Wright, star bronc rider and i boards to form shelf assuring

Stetson University, arrived on I and Mn. J. L. Fennell will PLANNING MEET manager of the rodeo issued a level base to prevent warping.Turner's ._ _

Wednesday; to spend the weekendwith I spend the Thanksgiving week-end blanket invitation to both amateur)i'

her parents, Mr. and Mn in Palm Harbor. Tallahassee, Nov. 30.-(FNS) and professional cowmen to enter
George M. FrIck. ..NMMMMMMMMNN.MMNNMHMMIMNNNMN Highlighting a program filled the contests which offer cash Funeral Home

with the names of men famous In prizes to winners in both classes. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb and FLORIDA CITY the national planning field, JohnM. 14 in AMBULANCE SERVICE

daughter, Luann, spent Thanksgiving By Mrs. W. W. Severy Carmody, administrator, Fed- Lady Attendant

with Mr. and Mn. L. B. eral Works Agency, last week ac- PALMS HOTEL I Phone S64-R Homestead, f"a.
Sommen in Miami. ; cepted the invitation extended to
class held a CITY --
him by George G. Gross, execu-
Mr. and Mrs H.' S. Sinsel and called meeting on Tuesday evening tive secretary, Florida State Planning Modern
at the home of Mrs. Clyde Booms and Apartments
Mrs W. K. Walton and soni John Board to attend the Southeastern -
After the business meetIng Reasonable Rates
and Billy spent Thanksgiving Planning Conference at
coffee and cheese sandwicheswere
with Mrs. Martha L. Murray in served. Hollywood on Dec 4, :9 and 8.
Coral GaJjlusOrvllla Administrator Carmody will
I speak at the banquet to be held on
Friends and neighbors gave a the night of Dec. 3 on the subjectof
Irwin spent several days surprise handkerchief shower on "Public Works The New
and Our National -
last week visiting friends In Lake 1
Wednesday afternoon honoring Resources"
Alfred and Lakeland. He
j' "Rev. Mrs. John Rohrer on her birthday Frederick A. Delano, chairman I
VIsited> the and Mrs. C. N.I '
anniversary. National Resources Planning
Walker in Socrum. ,
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Mrs A. D. Fogle! and daughter. 1940 PONTIAC
:Marjorle, are spending; the week BIRD'SIndorsed
end with Mr. Fogle in Ochopee.

Mr. and M.... J. R Hlckaon of
NaranJa, have. their house guest

; for a few days, Mn. O. F. Ekeyof Delivers in
: Lake Worth. HomesteadDe

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I Carl Gillon who has been visitIng USED CARSOur
Mr. and Mrs. Frazeur Wal-
dron for several months left ( Luxe Equipped)
used '
ears always represent good value, but the
I Tuesday for hi* home in Lake listed below
ones are unusually choice and we recommend .
I City.
any one of them for your consideration.

( John Lovewell of Topeka Kan:. .01,......................................... As Low As
son of a classmate of the late Dr. ;

,. John B. Tower, visited Mn Tower 1936 FORD TUDOR TOURING SEDAN- ...) sg
und her son Douglass, on Sunday I
cry clean; 4 new tires.

1936 CHEVROLET COUPE-priced right. r $880I


I FOR WATER COOKING iiFvmoV. AND I DAN-good condition; priced for quick

D. LYON PHONE 58 sale. .

i Homestead FU. i Coupe e .. $880';
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I 2-Door Touring Sedan 925i


-original: paint; good condition; 4-Door Touring Sedan ,

: NOTARY rt'BUC good tires.PRESTON 975ji

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Fire Kindred Insurance Line and I I II B. BIRD MOTOR CO. Preston Be Bird Motor Co. :,

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I, Friday, December 1, 1939 THE LEADER-E TERPISE Pate Seven .

F; LOCAL CADET HONORED 'President George Burr states that

Gainesville Nevi 30.cadet many new features are planned
r II Homestead II III William Shelley Johnson of Home- both IB the torn of exhibits and
i Highlights toad, has been cited at the River entertainment. The annual "Press
side Military Academy for outstanding Breakfast" is scheduled for FrI-
work it was announced. day Jan. 28. '

lie has been commended for a -........-...,......-.-
II. II S.NETTERS COUNCIL TO SELL DRINKSIn School Band Will Play distinguished department record
the student council meeting At Basketball GamesThe and has been named winner of a Homestead Girl Scouts I
Nina DyaU chairman of the finance merit ribbon for having

SHOW 'SHAPE' committee, reported that ulated 100 merits'" above all accum-de- ....,............-.......-...--..."-
band has
Principal B. accepted an Invitation -
Mt Hindman has ductions.
GUI Scouts of Homestead Will
to play at all the basketball
granted the council -
I sell cold drinks and permission to games, and the band and the ---'".--.'"'""'--.. tag citizens of the District on Dec 1
IN SCRIMMAGE candies at
2 and 11 for the Christmas cheer
I basketball games. cadets will parade on the afternoon REDLAND F. F. A.
The preceding each game. fund It was decided at the regular ,. "
cafeteria committee reported LEWIS '''ANA, Reporter meeting Tuesday afternoon at
the acceptance of the report To add to the band uniform .
By ELWIV COOPER the home of Mrs. Frank Skill
handed to the principal and fund, the band and the glee club --"'--- The afternoon was spent lit i .f
Last Friday afternoon a scrim the faculty, but no date has been will give a concert on Thursday After the meeting Monday night, making the tags to be used on Dee 1:<;
male game was conducted forth set for the tryouts. night Dec. 14, in the'school audi- a F. F. A. Thanksgiving programwas 3 and IS. r

basketball iquad This came Those present were Betty torium. presented by the program All girls who have not returnedthe .
Brown, Fred Fuchs, Jamie Richards The glee club uniform this year chairman, Charles Behrens, which unsold Christmas cards are
was under the regular game conditions Lester Archer Howard West will be made of white shantun consisted of: "Things We Should to do so Tuesday. '

with the 32 minutes 01playln. Mary Trances Arthur, Carl Alexander trimmed with Kelley green. Be Thankful For," by Bill Hampton All girls going to Flay Day to

.. The squad had been Tommy Harris, Harry The band gave a short concertIn ; "The Story of The Pilgrims," be held at Moore park In Miami "
looking forward to this game with Martin Nina Dyal and the sponsor the park last Thursday night by H. A. Aman; "Some Things the Saturday are to meet at the) Skill '
a great deal of Interest. When Mr. E. B. Blackburn. after the supper given by Mn People In Our State Should Be home at 9 o'clock.
both team turned loose with their. Wm. McMlchael. Thankful For" by Rex Romine; There will be no meeting during {
PRIZE-WINNERS HAVE PARTY "The Feast Time of the Year," by
the Christmas holidays, it was
playing they showed the type of The seventh grade home room Lewis Vrana; "Some Things decided.Be .
basketball that they are capableof of Mn. Mills enjoyed a party at Mrs. W. B.Mills Makes Americans Should Be Thankful

playing. the Future Farmer club house Xmas Gift SuggestionMusical For" by Dick Campbell; "The -

The winning team was com Monday afternoon as a reward for 1 History of Thanksgiving," by I sore &your tJes-n: as I 'I

posed of Clinton Bishop, James: winning the attendance prize al Instruments) make good Harold Hampton; "Some Things good as your brskr* Jiave them
three consecutive P.-T. A. meet- Christmas presents, Mrs. W B. Our Community Should Be 'tested at least once each year!
Sullivan, Edward Kirby, J. T. Thankful For," by Earl Wysong '
Mills music instructor
Godwin and Fred Chapman. The members of the class parents. Charles Behrens led the chapter DR. F. P. ARCHER I( j
losing team consisted attended. Shuffleboard, table! in group songs.
of RalphDeUIn.er i "Now ]. the time to think about AND SON .
Charles Mlngcr, Charles tennis, pool, horse shoes, Chinese child's Christmas Mr. H. C. Reely, a ut'stat our
your gift she
checkers and croquet provided the meeting, gave a short talk. Consulting Optometrists
Connor Carlton Sweet and Jack I says. "What could be a better Investment -
entertainment for the afternoon for you and for Refreshments were served. 162t \V. Flatter St., Miami, Fla .t
McMlchael The substitutes were Mrs. C. J Parman, home room your

Lester Archer and Billy Moffett. mother, assisted Mrs. Mills in serving a child gift than that would a musical afford instrument him pleasure FESTIVAL DATES SET Epo Ts.ln.dtwn.w a_ .,.1.... 0..4 :\ t tDlr.eb

In the frst quarter both" teams punch, Ice cream and cookies and an outlet for his energy Dates for, the 1940 Florida ,. ,"'......... r..tltut.

started off slowly so as to be able ELEMENTARY: SCHOOL NEWS for years to come? Orange Festival at Winter Haven soo"ool. tae Optic" I
have been st for Jan. 23 .
to 27. -
to determine the opposing team' Miss Jackson's first and second "Find out what Instrument your --- -
strength. Both teams started grades are glad to have a perfect child is interested in and what is
attendance again after absencesdue best suited to his needs and giveit
opening up by the end of the second
quarter and the start of the to sickness Some of the first as a "surprise on Christmas
third guarter. Curing the fourquarter graders have been working on morning
Bishop's team came in their sand table to illustrate Mrs. Mills offers to tell parentsof
strong and put the pressure upon Thanksgiving. One of the pupils a simple tim payment plan
brought a turkey for the picture. for purchasing instruments.
the hard pressed team of Delllng
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er. Bishop's team won by a "The Planting 'of the Corn," a --
final. score of 4323. Thanksgiving play was given by MAKE CHRISTMAS GIFTS

Soma of our newcomers, Ralph Mrs Dye's fourth and fifth grades Miss Williams' art classes are HOW
Delllnger. Charles Mlnger and The entire class participated all making Christmas cards The .
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Fred Chapman are showing definite dressed in Pilgrim costumes. elementary students are making -..........:;:: .

ability to play good basketball. Mrs Cooper's fourth graders a specialty of Christmas tree decorations ABOUT
Billy Moffett, another are writing letters and will soon
newcomer, and the junior high art
though a little slow in rounding begirt their Eskimo booklets with workers are enjoying making '
into shape, will prove himself to original illustrations.Mrs. Christmas gifts.
Fifleld's fifth grade is I AN ESTIMATE ?
be real menace tn the regulars i :
studying poisonous and t
because of his whirlwind speed and nonpois- HOME EC GIRLS CELEBRATE I
ability to elude his guard. onous snakes In their study of !
Lester Archer and D. L Bowen literature they are enjoying Lonafellow's Thanksgiving will be celebratedin
the Home Economics department -
are rounding nicely
: up .
Alert and For the benefit of the elemen this! week. The classes are :1
quick to pick up plays
schools going to make cookies and
and me these p'ays to advantage, tary physical department candy.
the wpm Mn Birds' fifth and sixth grades The tenth grade classes are mak- :
that it takes tie Have wondered what Ute homeyou'd
men to play tris game of basket will present a minstrel show on ing posters on consumer education you
bull Dec. 8 at 1 o'clock. Admission will and better buying Most of the I
every the like to would cost?
members be 10 and 25 cents The class saw classes are going to make Christ build
are showing co opera-
the Wizard of Ox the theatrer for the next two
tion. It is believed !"at another at mas presents j
ton? tram will result with the I Monday night weeks.ITALIANAMERICAN ,

squad working as a unit, thinking .'......,. ,... ................. .... ...... ......... .. ...... .. .., ... .... ,.,' .,. i
as a unit and playing as a unit. Why not inquire? We'll be ''glad to
The rquad has nj this
expix : RESTAURANT :
hope time and: time again give you figures-and some very
The basketball: squ;d will rest 1
Spaghetti Dinners -10c
over the Thanksgiving: rmlajs practical pointers on making jour

and will not practice during the JOE TOKCISE, Prop. FLORIDA CITY i

week-end. I 1 .. .. .. TP 11 1,; ,11IIIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllillilllll I "dream home" come true.

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You may discover that you can af-

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of convenient monthly payments I IFHA

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; to explain how we can aid you
: DIESEL MANIFOLDS : to obtain an FHA 1 loan either for new

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J Paee Ei -ht THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, December 1, 1939


. Social Events in South Dade 0 .



THAT UNITES FOUR PIONEER FAMILIESTropic Scott, Mrs E. M. Chambers, Mr. Miss Janice Riven, brideelectof L. Burton was presented a

Lydia Gossman, Mrs. W. J, Clark, Earl C. Nelson, wa honored ata fountain pen and pencil lit by the
beauty marked th--: black accessories and an. orchid Mn. W. B. Caves, Mn. I. P. Mc- miscellaneous shower given on Sunday school departments of the

oration of Palm Lodge, horn ot corsage. Lean, Mn Virginia Walton, MnJ. Thursday of last week at the home Homestead Methodist church at a
Col and M.... H. W. Johnston, Mn. Caves wore a rose lace S. Horton, Mn Julia Polk. of M.... C. G. Calderwood in Red- covered dish supper meeting of
Wednesday when their granddaughter gown with fuchsia chiffon velvet Miss Ellen Huff Miss Eula Ray, land. the officers and teachers of the

Mil Rose Phillip bolero and girdle and an orchid Miss Gertrude Robinson, Miss Prize were won by: M.... Alva Sunday school the Sunday school
Caves, was married there at 4 corsage. Mary F. Jackson, Miss Arthena H. Crouse In a guessing contest; building on Thursday of last week.

o'clock to John Rudolph Gossman. Mrs. Johnston wore royaj purple Wray, Miss Evelyn Wny, Miss Mr. Alva Lee in a mixedupword Mr, Burton resigned recently
Striking, also, WH the beauty lace; her sister Mr. Julia Elisabeth Price, Miss Agues Oso- contest and Miss Rivers, in after having been superintendent
Polk black lace and Mr inach, Mill Mary Ounagle, Miss 20 B. M. Hindman i
of the bride tint glimpsed M she ; George an advertising contest. for yean. *
crossed th' iteony arid descended Bow, sister of the bride, blue figured Marie ) athls. Mils Dora Scott, Those present were: M.... Eva now general superintendent Other
the stain to the living room silk Mrs. Lydia Gossman, Miss LetiUa Campbell Miss Elizabeth Fletcher Mrs. Otto Bemecker, superintendents are: Mrs. J. E.
She was dressed In a form fitting' mother of the bridegroom, wore Home, Donald Wray, A. M. Mrs. Frank Bernecker, Mr. W. K. Davis, beginners; Mn. J. J. Richards ..
gown Of Wary satin made with blue chiffon velvet, and her mother ,Ewald H. L. Cook, Theodore Haas Mrs. Earl Pacettl. Jr.. Mrs.L. juniors; M.... R. J. Elliott
long train long pointed sleeves Mrs. John Chambers, wore Knowles and M. R. Robertson H. Klopp, Mrs. E. F. Ray, M.... Intermediate; MM. Ivan Moser,
and square-cut neck that revealedan black trimmed with white. Each _"" NNL.NNNN/NNMN"1NNN W G P. Wright Mn H. R. Core, Mn. seniors; B. C. Murphy, adulte;
heirloom necklace. She wore had an orchid corsage. 1 The Calendar Maud Chandler. Mrs Carl Wagner, Miss Either Livingston and Garland ..
I train-length veil that hung from The wedding was of particular, M.... J. A Rotherham, 10'1.... R. L. Wynn, young people. Mn.
I liars of orange blossoms, and interest to pioneer families of the I NNMNMMNMMINNNM"YN W MMNNMNMNMMNM Scott Mn. J. D. Wysong M.... J. Casper Williams is sponsor of the
she carried a bouquet of orchids Redland District because all Dec. -Meeting of Emera Circle H. Singer Mrs. Chas. Lair, M.... newly formed Wesley FellowshipClass.
and tulle grandparents of the young coupleare of Naranja O. E. S. in Masonic Allan Klssam Mn Carrie P. .

At the foot of the stairs the wa numbered among these pion- hall at J p. m. Nlelson, Mrs R F. Shortt, Mri The annual Christmas program
met by her father, Albert Robert Dec. 1-Meeting of Episcopal E. E. Calderwood. Mrs. Crouse, given by the departments of the
Cave, who accompanied her eers.Mr.. and Mrs. C. A. Cowman, paternal auxiliary.Dec. Mn. Lee, Mill Lois Behrens, Miss Sunday school will be presentedon
aero the living room to the par grandparent of the bridegroom Rummage sale of Homestead Margaret Ames, Miss Katherine Dec. 22: in the church,
lor where an altar had been. eonftructed. and first settlers in the district Woman's Club. Kingman, Miss Gertrude Greer, Those present were Mr. and

homesteaded la Redland in Dec.Meetin, of South Dade Mist Virginia Haas, Miss Mary M.... L. A. Young, Mr and Mr*.
The bridegroom entered from a 1900. Mr and Mrs. John Cham- Garden Club in Homestead Wo- Bradley, Mia\ Gladys Anderson, Jason Avery, the Rev. and Mrs.
,a aide door. ben, his maternal grandparents, man'i Club building. Mist Rivers and Mn. Calderwood. J. J. Richards Mr. and M.... Mos-
The Rev F. Black have lived In Princeton nearly SOyean. Dec.Reception for state Those sending gifts were: Mrs. er, Mr. and Mrs. Hindman, Mn.
at B. Jesse Wall Mn. Mack Cain, Mn.B. Dan Williams M.... Wil.
ford rector of St. John' Episcopal president of Rebekah lodge H. Casper
C. Mn. Newcomb
church read the marriage Mr. and Mrs. R. 't1 Clvei, paternal Beattie home, 'with banquet later Murphy Hams, Mn. Earl Pacettl, Mn. J.
Mn. Mason Roberts Mn. D.
service There grandparent of the bride at Green Lantern Restaurant. R. A. MeNeill, Mn. Elliott, Miss
a ring
Snyder, Mn. C. O. Wood Mrs.
Redland Helen Mines Helen and
were no attendant. were among the first six families Dec. Meeting of Moye,
Circle. Leona Wright, Mrs. Stanley Witt- Esther Livingston, Miss Jamie
to settle In Homestead, and CoL
Mrs. Julian H. Webster
playedthe Johnston, famous horticulturist, Dec. Meeting of general W. kop Miss Margaret Delaney, Miss Richards, Mist Jennie Lobdell, H.
nuptial music on a pipe
organ Ann Grantham Mil
and Mrs. Johnson, her maternal M. S. In Homestead Methodist, L. Brown and Mr. Burton.
that had belonged to the bride'sgreat I Delaney, Miss Primrose Pritchard
In addition to gandparenta, came here from Ken. church. -
the traditional grandmother.wedding marches, tucky in 1912. I I Dec. Meeting of W. M.U. Cir- and Miss Betty Lucas. The mission study class of Cir,
cle One of the W. M. U. of the
the played Schubert' "Ave Maria" The bride, both before her graduation cles.Dec. MR. AND MRS. 1. R. IIICKSONENTERTAIN
First met
6.-Meeting of Legion Auxiliary Baptist church Tuesiday
softly duringj the and from Homestead High I
ceremony AT DINNER
In Legion Han. evening at the home of Mn.Frank .
before it she "Traumerel" School and afterward assisted CoL
played Mr. and Mr. J. R. Hickion en.
Dec. (-Bazaar by Altar Society Irwin. Mr*. Irwin had
by Schumann, "My Heart at Thy Johnston in his horticultural tertained at Thanksgiving dinnerat
of Sacred Heart Church. charge of the study book.NATURQ.L .
Sweet Voice" .by Salnt-Sa, work. When she wa 12 years of their home in Naranja yester
Dee -Meeting of Redland Ladles'
"Evensong" 11,' Johnston and age she was called to a new Jersey day. I
Aid in church.
"Serenade" by Schubert college to give a lecture on Dec.Mission study class of COver.* ere laid for: Mr. and GAS
White _candle furnished the. tropical plant She appeared on M.... J. L. Hickson, :Mrs. S. M.
Silver Palm W. M. S.
Illumination. program frequently In fancy I Dec. Meeting and electionof Hlckson, M.... X. W. Wallace, M.... CHEAPERQUICKER:
dancing acts. She ha been an active -' Lake and More Dependable
Until the ceremony was over Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S. O. F. Ekey of Worth Walter
.: member of St. John's Episcopal Jones of Miami Beach Than Electricity
the guests, about one hundred In Dec. 11-Meeting of Monday Virginia
umber, were kept in the area reserved church and has served *s! Music Club. Wallace, Ann Hickson, Joe Sam, V. D. LYON HOMESTEAD
for them by band of teacher and pianist for Its Dec. 12-Meeting of Homestead Blair and Richard Hickson and Phone III
white satin ribbon adorned with :garten. klnd6l'-1 Woman' Club. Mr. and Mrs. Hickson.

,I porana panlculaU, commonly I. The bridegroom is a IOn pec. 12-Christmas party of
Called Christmas vine or mow Oossman and laWWate Henry, oung Women' W. M. S. Circle.
creeper Adolph Gossman ,whj jt died here: Dee. University Club dinner THl.r D UQ $tOII hi ( ,

Bronchitis of the vine covered while on sick leave from the navyIn party at home of Mill Bertha. Mill
with Innumerable small white 1919 and was burled with military Hauaman at '7:30 o'clock.
flowers, draped the balcony and honors In Palm; (tcj etery at, Dec. Cotfereddlahdinner
stair railing, festooned the mantels Naranja During his 'senior year meeting of University Club at the DIXIE DRUG
and pictures, and added to the at Redland High School, .Rudolph home of Mils Bertha Nlll Hausman
beauty of bouquet In every room. Gosaman scored more points in at 7:30 o'clock.
In the parlor tall standard of basketball than any other playerin Dec. 14.-Meeting of Junior Music lACK rout HOWARD JOHNSON

crchld-tlnted gladioli formed an the county league. At the Club with Valeria CampbellIn 11mIe". F1a Phones It and 1111
enclosure for the marriage serv University of Florida he took pharmaceutical Naranja.

ice. The altar was white and behind and physical education Dec. IS-Homestead B. P. W. C.
It was a white-covered window work and last July received a B. I Christmas dinner party at 630:
with A. and a B. S. E. degree. This
apace garlanded po p.m.
rana. On the altar a gold cross year he Is teaching physical education Dec. -Christmas party of SAMSON : ..
stood, before a tall basket of courses in Little River W. M. S. circle
white gladioli and on either side Junior High School. Dee. -Meeting of Redland nEATER
were white taper In bran candleStick I Mr. and M.... Cowman have an Woman' Club. ROOM
*. Palm and fern banked apartment at 100 N. E. 88th street, Dee. 10-Jennie Lobdell Circle' $4.25
to .
the aide*. Miami.' Christmas party at home of Mn. $2.75
Poinsettias added a brilliant Those who registered In the T. B. Grantham.Dec. 'f '
touch to the banquet room and ,guest book were: Mr. and Mr* H. It-Rotary Club'r Christmas 1'-- CJI cP
bretzrway 'I'J:. Schaff, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Stil- party 7:30: p. .... in Legion _- 'CII_ 1

An Informal reception toUowext mg.. MInd Mrs. A. HolUna Stew, Hall. CoW J
the marriage service. Mr. and M.... Claude E. Bullard, .,...._

The: bride cut for the bride Mr. and Mr*. J. L Burton, Mr. .
gVo m.the fint-allce. from a three- and.Mrs. Lonnlr L. Hood, Mr and J
...' sddkrg-cake.decoraleiwith Mr*. W. R.-Bird, Mir. and Mn. D. .. L'N 1
t wee bride and bridegroom under 1 R. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Orln tL )

a flower-decked arclnra that. Smith. Mr. and Mn..3. D. Redd, "A +a ,Rp
bold 6 wedding bell. On few Mr. and Mrs H. K.bulk Mr. and ,: 1eaacyt ta..e.M
dge* of the cake were ..-.....1 Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and I
take that' matched In IcCaI the Mrs. Bowling O. Dye, Mr. and
penile eaka.aud. UT the.fowcor-- Mrs. W. W. Matthew*, Mr. and '! 4* T ;
tiers stood fan White taper On' Mr*. 1. L. Mathls. Mr. and Mr p
Tech aid o.tne fake was a atlnr W. L. Chamber, Mr. and Mr*. 4
candelabra and at each fad /flit the Carl Wagner, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd 1

abler was.punch-bowl conialstinfIrult Bail*.,Er..".Mrs. Frank Haua Wf..{ 1i" 11frIn"MaicaUT- eireftoo A, ,
punch and sherbet. I man, Mr. and Mr John R. Wray, \
Mrs. Frank Hausman. Mr*. Lee, Mr. and Mn. Don E. Ferreyra, .. eaa ...... WIll f11D *I AM1i Lr6HT 3CORD' SET' )

H. Lehman and Mrs. James Sot- Mr. and Mn. James Sottile, Jr, ..> eft* t Us boo ajmSheltoa 96.11s USA s1.d, +
H tile, Jr., received the guest at the Mr. and Mr*. Jack Polk the Rev. trseewsaWere, We"q Tee boa .

doorMrf. J. S. Horton had charge I and Mrs. Randolph FHlackford.. to ..... sad looks 1w* type 6s.c Id
{ .f the guest book; Mr*. Lonnie L Mn. Ulrlc Free, Mn. Frank II ell -sass. We ssesrd 1' 4 macs ass. 0nrMg
i Hood cut the cake; Mr Sottile :Ray, Mrs. Richard O. Huff and
and Mills Ellen Huff served It. son, Dickie, M.... Lena Knowles, The migoe Creqolcnole I
f and Mrs. Virginia Walton and Miss M.... H. P. McDanlel, Mrs W. J. Wave "
Elizabeth Horne served the punch Albury, M.... Helen Hackler, Mn. t*..l Ikuxw TINT NutMlto Car
.I The wedduff gift were spread! Chas T. Harper, M.... W. I!. MUMSLICE'S your frottnpnon* ro"'I find.'....as our

on table which lined the breeie- Rheney, Mn. Ruth L. Scott, Mn. BeAUTY lo.....,..jar quick ( Jv22-I = J ,lon trtry Jar. Come
way walls. Ceo. N. Wakefleld and daughter eteweaf'iUfl,.' in sad leek arouse
Barbara Jean Mn. Ben Archer. PARLOR
costume Mrs. J. E.: McClung Mrs. Ansel u-rs rc.Oeea a ....... "

; vet Jacket and two-tone stripedwooUtWrl. Barrow, Mrs Margaret Daniel, aswwIt
.WIU th.li the wore Mo Henqr rookevM>. IL a
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a. (JOHN WALTON SURPRISED IV. M. S. CIRCLE HAS sistant leader; Mn. R.I. BUloM
f ''ON 19TII ANNIVERSARY I I MUSICALE AT RICE HOMfe: I.- land Mn Carl Andr 't"cret.arr.

j : John Walton was honored on The Marian Fiestas Circle of the son, treasurer ;
[ Social Events 1 1tECEPTI his nineteenth birthday inniver- Woman's Missionary Society of f A Christmas party will be held
the Homestead Methodist church
sary at a surprise party given at for the circle members and their
the home of Mr. and Mn. E. J. presented a musicale Tuesday evening guests at the home of Mrs. T. B. -. ..
Dyal, With MiSt BarbarA Done and at the home of Mr. and Mr: Granthant on Dec. 19. Mn A .,
Miss nina Dysl M hostesses. C Hagler Rice. M. Logan, Mrs. B M. Hindman ,.
ANn GARDEN PARTY HELb Triple wit played during the for,.. T. L. fiodges accompaniedby I and Mrs. Cranham win be ho- ,
evening.. Mrs. J. Q Redd, sang Shu- \eteIt. >
FOR STEW kfeMBERS OF WOJUK'S CLUB belt's Serenade; B. M. Hindman 1 Those at meeting '
Those present toer::.MB and ton present the
[)joal, Mrs. W. K. Walton Miss played several piano selections;; Monday night were: Mn. Karl
A reception and garden party Representative: were Mn. Geo. Yvonne Pollard, Miss Mary Grace George M. Frick gave a clarinet; Pacettl. Jr, Mn. J. J. Richards, t'>
>r the new members and repnntatives 'W. Turner Jr. and Mrt. M. A. English, Miss Mary Elizabeth I solo; Roy Nelson played a violin 1 Mrs Leslie bitter, Mrs. Jason >
of the woman's organatlons I I Baker, Redland Woman's Club; Kyle, Miss Mary Frances Arthur, solo; Mn. William Uuaselwhlte' Avery, Mn. Augustus Wynn, Mrs.
' and clubs ilk the district I Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mn. Frank Mill Jane Gatlin, Miss Betty 'sang "Sing Me to Sleep," Irving,' J. P. Richter, Mn. Hindman, Mr*.
as given Tuesday afternoon by J 1 Webb and Mr. R. J. Elliott: University Brown, Edm. Pacettl, Roy Martin, Don Harold and Virgil Lyon sang: Logan, Mn. Elliott;; Mn. A.lldwo i.
Ie Homestead Woman's Club at Club; MM. K. t. Whites Pierre McDaniel, ;James Redd, I'several numbers; Mn. W. B. Mills 1 sons Mrs. Field, Mrs. Grantham,
'IB home of Mel H. K. F ullt. I(Homestead Pff A.; Mrs. J. Di Clinton Bishop, Whitney Beam, and Mrt Redd played a piano''I Miss Jennie Lobdell and Mr. y
ither hostesses!' Were! Mrs, E J. I Redd and Mm. Lewis Brandenburg -, Carl IJIdel'lJaM Walton, Miss I duet; and Mr. Rice played several Reyonldt. ,
yal, Mrs. Geo W Harris,, Mrs. 1 Monday Music Club; Mr Done and Miss Dyal. piano selections.
. S. Itorton and Mr*. T. J Faust I Burley Dendy and Miss Pearl I l Sandwiches and coffee were DEPUTY PRESIDENT HOLDSDRILL t. \
Mrs Deo. E. need gave ie\'tral"" Whltaker, Junior Woman' Club; HIGH SCHOOL BIND r served. About sixty attended. AT REBEKAH MEETING .. '
adlngs; Mrs. Emmett Crowson :.Mrt W. W. Bethea and Kin R. E.. ENTERTAIN AT SUPPER 1'
Wlttenwyler, Homestead Home I DORCAS CLASS ELECTS Mn. Barbara Hendry of Miami,
tog solos; Mn Wm. Musselwhltemg I
Mr. and Mrs. William McMlch-
:Demonstration Club Mrs. Chas MRS. C. T. HARPER PRESIDENT district deputy president, con-
several selection and Mrs ,.
. E. Elder played two piano 1 1umbere. Eichenberger and Mis John M.I ael entertained members 'of the Mu. C. T Harper was elected ducted a drill at the meeting off 1
Mn Harry D. Wolfe, :Brown, Redland P-T. A.; Mrs 'RT. Homestead High school band at I I president of the Dorcas Class o Liberty Rebekah lodge Monday ,
a spaghetti supper at their homeon night in the I. O. O. F. hall. \_
lub president, gave a short talk. Shepherd and Mrs Wm, Dunlop Thursday of last week. the First Baptist Sunday school at, 1-
In. B. E. Gatlin, program chair- I Garden Club. a meeting held on Thursday of last Mn. Hendry was assisted by I
lan, introduced the new mem- Others present were: Mri. Geo. After supper the band played week at the homeof Mn. J. Lawrence Clyde Camber, district deputy
en. 'E.: Deuel, Mrs. A. Rollins Steed, several numbers before marching Scott in Redland. grand master, and Frank Wheeler
through town to the park where Mn. E. L. Lawrence elected past district deputy grandmaster n' .
In the receiving line were: Mn.tenry Mn. Zeke Martin, Mrs. N. G. Ball,
Johnson, first vice-presl- Mrs. Mary Heinleln, Mn. H they also played. tint vice-president; Mn M. D. both of Miami 111
: Members of the band present Jacobsen, second vlce- sldent; Final plans were made for the ii'
ent; Mn. Joel Robinson\ WI" Ruegg;; Unr Annie R. Butler, Mrs
nd vice-president,. Mrs Wolfe :Stella Fisher, Mrs. Alma. Shetz- were: Vara Rheney, Charlotte Geronlmoi > Mrs. W. B. Caves, third vice-pres official. visit of the state president '
nd the hostesses 'line, Mn. A. F. Arthur, Mrs. W. Mary Frances Rutland, ident; Mrr. Bert Andrews, fourth Mrt Ida Seasholet, who Will \
A color scheme pink, white ;K. Walton- Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Mr Athley Kemp, Nina Bullard, Q. vice-president. Mn. W. IX Lewi! ,, mike her visit to the local lodge '
'nd yellow was :In thedecor- W. K Anderson, Mrt t. JFranklM Lowe, 'Carlton Sweet Jack'Barnes secretary] Nil M Water, tree.- Monday night. 4
,Uons and mires lentt, and ;; Mn. /. A. Pollard Mn Harry Pierce, Hubert urer. Mra Julia Polk wilt be lilt
OWl, white Christmas vine and 'A. L. Hutchlhsoi Mr*. E. D. Smith, John Mctean Bruce Scott, teacher.,
Harry Martin, Paul Rue, Edwin Mrs Andrews had Charge of the
arlous garden flouters In the I Crowsoni Campbell, ItalianSpaghetti
ouse. Sandwiches, cakes and :Dr. Irene r.gleM J. D. Booth, Bob Spear John Kuhn, devotional! u I ,
offee were served from the buf- 'Perkins, Mn Pat Baker, Mn Carl Fredericks, Marlowe JacfcB- The hostess served pumpkin pU I
et. Punch was served from a Fielding Ruff, Mn. A. M. Logan, son, Charles Steffanl Lewis Murray and coffeti .
Ben Bechdol, Robert Kuhn, Those present wereMrs.: A 0, and 1
irge block of. molded ice Mn. LeeH.. Lehman, Mn J. T.
ounded by red hibiscus. Hall Jr., Mrs. Grace McLellan Billy Jacobs and Jack McMichael. Smith, Mn. T. E. KIrby, Mrt
/as poured by Mrs. Dyal and lur.\\ Smith, Mn. L> L, Bow and' Mri. Jack Polk, Mr* Fred Redd Mn, Bazaar .o' i
'sust ,Carl Drawdy. _. LEGION AUXIlIAltt HELPS C. E. Saunders, Mrs H. Collier,, VsClub ,
ENTERTAIN STATE OFFICERS Mrs Julia Polk, Mn. Waters, Mn, I
The Legion Auxiliary of the
rAKES BICYCLE HIKE HAVE MEBttNQ Mn. Caves, Mn. Lawrence and
John G. Salley post assisted the ofSacred
A bicycle hike to the Subtropl. A called meeting of the Emera Mrs. Scott.
six units of auxiliaries in entertaining
al Experiment Station was tak- 'Circle of the Naranja Chapter of Heart
the state president, Mn. MRS. BRUCE ENNIS LEADER i
o bjjhe j members of the Senior the O. E. S. soil be held at S Hal Whitehead, and secretary Mn OF JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE '
atrol of the Homestead Girl I o'clock in the Masonic hall -this Joe Rovira, at the Harvey Seeds Mn. Bruce Ennis was elected Church r ,
>touts afternoon. All members are askedto post home Monday leader of the Jam le Lobdell Circle
on Saturday.The 1U sumIMa.. > .....-! Ms .
girls went taken vn tour be present tvFfrtfC. attending trim ldmestead of the Woman' Missionary So.dely ;.
,f watt Mrs*EC Nttrmanv Jr., Dt tends Hoateitaad Methodist Wed, Dec. 6
the lrDundtcallab.- The -mon&iy business meetingof Mn Harold $Sheffield Mrs. Wm.Geionlmo church a\ a meeting Monday night
ratories by W. M. 'Fifleld. and toe W;'M. S:of the Hime s ail 4J.: ).fre. W. B. Rheney, at the home of Mrs. Paul Rey SOc ,
van Moser. Methodist church will be held Mn.! Lamar Kendrick and Mn nolds.
Lunch was eaten at the home of 'Tuesday in the church. Frank B. Rue. Mn. Lloyd Field was elected as
.fr. and Mn T. P. Edmonds on

heir lawn, 1
On the return trip, the'girls Injected I
the pasteurizer* which Is ,
sing Installed at the Alpine
rove dairy. They were treated I
(> chocolate milks I
Patrol members attending were:
inn Shackleford, Dora Scott, Mar- I
aret Stllman, Marlon Edmondsnd I
Melba VanWinkle. They were :
ccompanied by Mn. Frank Skill
nd Mrs Russell Horne. I



Mary Frances and Ruth Rut-
,nd were hostesses to the Junior f
lualc ,Club on Thursday of last I
eek it the home of their par-
its. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Rutland '1
i Krome avenue, I ,
Ruth Rutland told the life his- j, atKAd S Y'4
s6 co
'ry of Edw. MacDowell; Edwin
ooth played an Instrumental)
lo; Betty Lou Harris sang sev-
nl numbers and Mrs J. Here are headlines that mean you can '
add, president *>( toe .M
D'j have the home without
lutic Club, played several you want waiting. -

iraben. building ., .
Year book that were typed and I "
ade by the club. members were .. .. ,
seed out.Valeria comfort can be built Into even a small 1 .
Campbell will be hostess
, the club at her-ho ne-tn Naranja 1 home. Learn how your 'tent money" will '.,

, Dec. 14. pay for your home on the FHA Plan. ," .
Twenty-three members were ., .
event 1 jolt A better home? Look at the fasc'hatlnj home !conveniences on dfs .

OM\N'S CLUB TO HOLD play this year. Learn how you can buv: repairs, remodel for greaterliving _

PMMAGE SALE I comfort, and install modern plumbing or heating and pay will ;

The Woman' Club of Home. monthly installments. the FHA way.We .

ead)iwntown will ,tomorrow hold rummage Mm S until sale win be irtetl to help you obtain an FHA load either for constructing -

o'clock. Those having clothes j] a new home or for m king Improvements to your present Ol1t.Come .
r this purpose are asked to get
touch with Mrs. Henry John- in and let us talk it over with you.
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I IlL crhe Churches good When time.the* following students CLASSIFIED ADS

were interviewed about their holiday -! 1
they did not know it was going s
In the paper: RATE: First Insertion 104 a UM; subsequent Insertions

5 line
Carl Schmidt-"Nothing but
BAPTIST CHURCHOOVLOB 1.. Pram BMaUa Wednesday awnlnf I'feat turkey" LaNella .
/ >SU ,. .. \
''IOMIITIO\o- I. B. 10hn.1oDo, I "Sat turkey." Robert Rivers and FOR RENT acre garden land and 13 acre
..hod a 9 941 MINCITON-Th. It .. B. P. Co .. I
ear Bandar a. Howard Crouse "Plant squash land.
::II. : ......
ll m. and 7:10 P m.I .u.'ooI.' liU: praoehlns
a lilt 0s1 a P a m. Provo' ...... W... WAS a. ... and 7.10EPISCOPAL p. .. ..n... Marjorie Lewis "Write an editorial $2500 8 acres grapefruit, T acre ,
64 ties 16 016 .. at 4:101 I young _I.'. 14.001,5 for the school paper." Johnnie I'ONE unfurnished house two bedrooms 1 Valencia orange, 1} sorts fruit
......... 4:40. Prayer Ins Wadn....' .1 front porch, living room,
-Tbt IU> Noah 1' .10.. .. Lee Andrews and R. B Zlnker"Nothing land, popular oiled road and pow-
*.ada* Wheat at Iv a. u' I I dining loom kitchen and bath I
but when
:ril a. m. and T.SO P. m,| H isP., Juke night er line no build In,.. r
'U a month or for sale, J1SOO: ,
list a. fa. rmrar .....Iee nl lilu comes Ann Shackleford-"Oolng I $3000, 5 acre grove, neat cottage
WidMday. I ST JOHN--. B, BMo d anaita and ;Juktng..' Jessie! Anderson-"Juke termi Benj. W. Morris (nl7tf) large packing house and garaMrIU .
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itiwt. Homestead I the' .... R. K" II A
storm. (The Interviewer
CATHOLIC .. "'. .....10Hul, communion nl up a I l I A. CAMERON
CHURCH OP TUB BACKED 0 a. m. Bundar. Khuol at (iSOl ........ hopes it doesn't spread) Gilbert FOR RENT-Furnished houi* Phone 71 Homestead Fla (aUtf)

I.J:. So o"d awniKHomMUadl I tin prayer at 11.FREE Ogden-"Try to find a new girl\, Apply at Dr. M. A. Bergor' resl-
J. Ooarr. ......... Sunder mesa ; I
T METHODIST since my latest Just laft and juke
dence. Tenth and Kroma MISCELLANEOUS; J
S .. m.: w* k day mw .t f iSli av.
Mool Sunday following S 'up a fog Buddie Llndgren-"Go
leader FLORIDA CITT-Tha Ra.. wales, c. (i22tf)
.MaT Oomniiialon for worn.. UM to bed a* usual and stay until I get "
paitnr Sunday ehaol. m RENT YOUR HOUSE furnished
sender at moth t for mn and bur. := I.) -;
..prod Sunday of month. Holy hour .,...In martin. S and at 140 7iSO p,m.m. TWdar{ ready to get up. Work on my I FOR : or unfurnished. I have year'round
nir nvforo fleet Friday of month ak [ 'skeeter when I am awake" Clyde I client Benjamin W. .
lint Friday .. tM a.
io.n.dI.u.a a1 the 8les..d ...um.nt METHODISTHOMESTEADTh. j Chambe..I'm going to play Morris, registered ml estate '

-.--- Ro.. 3. J R..h.. .., | basketball, eat pie when the coach These' are away below even !o- broker N. Krom avt. next toBaptist ,
I _. Bnnday aenoal at .,41 a. ".1 isn't looking, break all training da)" low price Owners art r' y
fr CRUSTIAN SCIENCE Church. (Juietf)
kln. .. 11 a. m. and liU p. m. anxious to tell. Presentdayvalue .
rules with Addle and dodeMan.'l'r .if
... Lucy ,
League at S:SO p : HI Ua-ua
.FLORIDA Crrr-Broadway and 7t00'P I II far above offered price: ":
\ .pawl Header Wheat nt (i4* .. ... SiM p. m: Senior League at S,So p. m. I Gilbert. SEE AND BUY at tthanklm Variety
papM ttJMlor SO ream of fee ... maatln I SO p. m. WadnaidaySILVER 90 ACRES pine land In excellent I Grove, West Florida City.

r, amtoa Mention M wafeh II o moluda'clock testimonials Wednesday of... PALM...... Rat J. K. Wallor, I JUNIOR HIGH TEAM location oiled road and power (a7tf) ,

.Ise .10.45.014 .... -- .to.,m. .1 Sunday proarnlni aehool...vkale every on Sunday tint. third al. I The Junior High team started line; only $20 per acre, or$1000
4 dldl7 5011414 looked. I to p.att..d.CHURCH m. The public 10 fifth lundan at U .. m. and IsSO ,. m practicing Monday. The boy will cash. WANTED !

P.INCITONI.. B. W.U... have practice twice week.. HOUSE and (0-foot lot In Homestead -
or CHRIST MAN WANTED for Raw lei gh
_I ,__hi.* at I a. ".1 Sunday, hat 12 room, only $1300;
North Dade
10.FLORIDA. SCHOOL PAPER Route In county, ,
-POMRHTIAD-Fl.l Owosso sod !L must be all c iti.
.!'''Ufa esror1.. Maas d 18..1 rrrr COMMUNITY CHI,NCR The printing has been Miami. Real opportunity for
press H. A. CAMERON
amfca, MIowMlp and BroacMn Too HOT C. O. N.l on. _.... rhorrh right man W* help you get .1
ate .. at 10 .. n proarhlns. nt TlM p. m. moved to a room In the high school Phone 1Z Homestead Fla. ,
..... started. Write Rawlelgh', Drpl
proton and Bible study W.. building.! Printing of the school ( ITtf)
TOiutcn or GOD .. 7:10.RRDLAND. ,paper will begin Monday. FAK-101-OK Memphis, T.nn.. .,

:'OMII'I'&AD-otoI N. W..Pt... a... COMMUNITY CHVRCR- or see Henry Kufeldt. Homestead *
the. 5.v. 4) Coplin paour Rev. C. Q N.l-on. .._. Churrh SENIOR PLAY ROSE BUSHES beautiful two- Fla. (pn-10-dl)
.isal) at *i.. a. ..1 preaching 11 at 11 raachlm al III Kpworth year old field-grown ever-
o ot>4lo. m i junior' V. P. at 1 1 abed. ..... .. <:SO. Mldwork ,..,... and The seniors have begun workon
: who will If
; blooming auch famous I HAVE client buy
....tlng at m Parsonage: Prayer study Thursday. at 7:50.PRESBYTERIAN, I roses varieties -
alga .. .. ...........-. their play "Charlie' Aunt, to at Red Pink and Shell i your place suit and I* priced ,'

CHURCH OF THE !: CHURCH be presented January 19 In the Radiance, E. G. Hill Etolle deHollande I right Pleas bring or phone your
HOMESTEAD-Kmme avenue at N. lath school auditorium France, Sensation, listing to Eleanor Froacher,
... Tha' MX Goo. H. Rick. pulor I I
Robert Overseas Highway So. of Home
arhool at 10 a. ...; praarhlnf at U Ami Quinard, Gross an Teplltz,
.Si.i.. ...... SuaoMhool .. .lOt .. m,: poor:1 noocla. nwrllna ., t M .. m.Dee. NATIONAL ART WEEK American Beauty, t S. Key Columbia -j: stead Ph. J2J-J, n-3-24

..p hang .1 II .. m. and 7:10 P 3rd Sermon Subject: "Af I Last week B special program Paul Neyron, Briar-
N. .X P. 5. sod Juniors, meeting at Great Home" was carried through the week. cliff Wlllowmere, Perkins Up- TUTORING WANTED high

,Speaker were Mr. Nettles, who richard Dame Edith Helen school and grade school subjects..

anIM11MNN "..................................-.'"-..."""'........"......-..............-.....".........."....I talked on the use of the library Dainty Ben, Editor McFarland Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
and art; Mr. Wagner, whose topic Hlllingden Golden Dawn Po- Mummer drive and Country

was "Beauty;" and Mr*. Maud tin, Pernet, Thorn, du Pont Talisman Club road.CLEAN .
f "The Redland '
Chandler who spoke on art a* a Luxembourg President
I'hobby. Hoover, Caledonia. Edel K. A.
exchange subscription or advertising -
By PHYLLIS JENSEN Victoria, also all Polyantha and

; ---=-_. W".""N NIN........?.."........"....W.W,_._.H..H..H.W.._..._. Miss Alice Tyree of Miami, Climbing roses, any above selection for clean rag*. Leader tieTTmYTTTmYY'PYYTTTTTT ,'
.r visited the Home Economics Enterprise.
$2 per dozen postpaidand
p. guaranteed. Also offer our
JThe Booster Club Fletcher has lost
met In the a pupil
rror..he net wholesale quotations on 50 .
first Niel Meades 1 Glenn Glidden visited the school
auditorulm Tuesday during the grade, or more finest quality busheslOc

fifth period. Suzy Leggett, the new who hal moved to Perrine. I Thursday afternoon. each by express not pre-

J pleldent. took charge. Valeria Wynona Mixell brought a live I paid,Plant your rooms early for EXPERT
Miss Sullivan, Miss Daniels
starfish to the second grade room best result Order yours today!
Campbell was elected treasurer. II They also have a sea horse. Miss Turner and Miss Miller attended QUALITY NURSERY CO., Rte.
was voted to the homecoming week-end
Mrs. Daniels' room tins finished Ho. 9, Tyler Texas
arm bands. The Gaineivllle and visited other
girls are planning -
its plates and has now started,'
I N, to wear costume of black making Eskimo pictures In correlation ':points in northern Florida. l h FOUR GREAT BUYS I
i skirts, white blouses and
kerchiefs. Dues orange with their geography les- I?Only $1,000 Fair frame house 9 ...... 40c
have been set
sons. Save Money And "Get acres grapefruit producingtrees
tied at 20 cent a month. The club
'i' I Ia The pupils of Mrs Pol It'* class sonnet avocados, oranges. SHAMPOO ...... 40c
going to
,1. meet outside of the have had an enjoyable time studyIng I Comfortable Shaves With $1200. Fair 4-roora frame house 7
; arm part of which I* to be marked
off a* a reserved section. the Pilgrims. They have mad I ......

t' up songs, play and poems. A feN This New
of the plays will be presented In

The Girl Club brought varied Miss Kerfoot's room has an original

foods / which comprised two story writing contest. Stories I

,. Thanksgiving dinner to go to were Judged on neatness, punctu- BARBERSHOP

worthy homes At their meeting ation, penmanship, Interest and I Prompt service on all

Tuesday the girl selected a committee reading The winners were: Lawrence makes I
to specializing on
go with Mu Small to
Math! Marian Decca, Leon
distribute them. The club enJOYed Edward and Carla Joyce Hobsoa I I automobile radios I
a Thanksgiving party In the

form apartment of a of buffet Miss supper Small, at their the The devotlo're led by the L. C. Dodd I N. KROME AVE.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

class. Jane Bashor Ger-
Myra and
leader Flowers Bldg.
on Wednesday. After din *II
b'nor aldine Lewis recited a "ILI
and a series of game the poem. rOllltdN4. Florida .

1,. stead.group enjoyed the show at Home- were poem a and Pilgrim two tongs." The Ann class Hathaway gavea : y.k y. At Price! I

J and Bettie Torbert gave a

ASSEMBLYMr. poem Marilyn Wagner sang B I Homestead's Oldest $1000.00 If You Live

(t. song, Elida Sage gave an art review Barber Shop .
Caldwell' ninth grade boys
The children showed the pictures I
had charge of the assembly Friday that they had drawn duringart $1000.00 When You Die

I, Elide morning.: Sage After read an the original devotionals poem, about "The Little Red dramatized.Hen." D. L BOWEN I A Mortality EmUumrBl

An original plaj was I Costs So Little
which brought In all phases of art
The cast consisted of: Bettie Tor-
work Some done at Redland this year. bert, little red I."-n; Jackie Sa- I HAIRCUT CIa Pan National Life
of the student art work SHAMPOO 40
I Maxine Goodman Ann Hathaway
Was displayed on the window nil MASSAGE tOe ,
I Ass'n.
and Onida Cowan, little
Ot.Jho auditorium.
The prizes i
chickens; Johnnie Mils, the dog, COOL MID SANITARY
given for beauty were nwelved by It. J. EIMURT
Myra Jme Bashor the cat; and Eipett and eeerteeus tervUe. i
June % Carl and
ana, Sprlrvgf t.r joamenwbewanta weal Agent
Lillian Andrew Geraldine Lewis, the pig There I A trial will k* appreciated. I
; honorary men- lJa' oIlp ware 51HMat
wa an original introducingeach 1
tion went to Lester White and VI- low prlo: ...kmYs B.rahi tXrtli '
rIc Vlhlen. Mr. Caldwell sang I real! Thl G-Mettrapnt *.3y -- .
two songs, "In the Garden of Tomorrow lee fir 4 and Iii..-,'wt 1l0ii:1! '

," and Little Skipper. INTO RIEW9 I easy,*:<>ad>j2.kMHl shaves; e tyyttmw'MadVU

Talk were given by EaWdle The following tlach't. of Rod- ....r xiQg.I EDiAfi9STILINCREALTOR

Rogers, Dora Scott and Mr Ooley land are going to do warou vial' Sic-a/viB.nxiir 1 'Hew' ,

who told about the trip and tV "|things during fie Holiday Mil load tk*jr on'; orfanurt nd out- .

meetings that they attended in i JilIvl"I'm going to my aiders last mist Ii" as tw,;.10.9 ..

"1 Lakeland. ),fr. Ooley of/wad a i'in Coral Cable" Mr Stanley I liurl pickagl'I roin Jd.,.JHleal......:

Prize for the beat poster on "The "Oh, I think I I'>1 stay around her "; General Insurance i1
Real Estate
Hwing of Democracy M. and i or two then go to Tampa ,l. ,

Mrs. Gray led the group In itngng I land Br
'< The girls Dinning h.l ik:tballtlHK I I'If this cold weather ker up NOTARY PUBLIC
', *IT" will! sit hetnc ,,' tit,. fin', ,
were : ta ''Ill' 'a 'f .
Mni. ,4y I),.. \ ;i "h," 1! 4q TIIC'l" .1 1n ," ('or. Palm t\u-. anti A \ e. B Florida City, Fla. ,i
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Par Twelve THE LfeAnER-ENTERPISE fnd V' December 1.1929,

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I ... .. Seven .
..l MIS. CARL WAGNER Georgia ".
4 i *. Carl Wagner WM elected Pecans N KLI N
president of the Silver Palm Ulaalpnary Coffee
.. Society it I meeting; heldThursday 1
of last week in the Silver Lb. 25e Lb.15c'
Film Methodist church
Other officer elected wen:
MIL R. A.Holmes, vlce-preaJdtnt; Factory Pack h THE ONLY COAr
l Mr*.Charles Lair, secretary;; lIn.j Del Monte. Vacuum Pack i WASHING oisNCs
> 3 D.Wjrionf, local chairman;)In.I I .
I William Dunlop, publicity phtlrmwi sUgar
r ; Mn. V W. Cunningham
Coffee Ib. 25c _
spiritual life group chairman;Mn. :
Robert f*' Scott, Christian social 5 Lb. Bag .. 27c oust "mica
ttkUona chairman; ;Mr :A. L. : .
ChandlUII'tr; Mn. I. H.I I BrandI Box... 19c
Any Green
Singer, superintendent of auppllei. Sunswfft MediumPrunes Giant
A program on "The Enlarging

WM Horizon prwented.of the Protestant Church". MILK pensTall

,A minion study clan will beheld
Dee. 7. The be 3 Tall Cans 19c 2 Lb. 19c Can 17c
Jill on place wit; Pkg.. ... SFOft 1 14V2c c
7 announced< later

Mr. and Mn If B. Beatti will 5 Lb.
._. 17c
entertain at luncheon on Monday Flour ,?_
at the Tropical Cafe 'oo. : .
I 1 Guests own b e: 1'41'1. Ids Sea. 10 Lb. ."".*._.,..oo..oo..../33c.
holaa,of Jacksonville state prwld -
nt of the Rebekah .
wembly.Dr. -'''- -" YQ
J and Mn. Sliaon of Jacluonvffle Sylvan Farms Fancy
MIL Jennie V. Gore of Miami
and Mn. Ida Carr of Miami


Mia Iris Capllngar was .surprised 5 Lb. 23c 0
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her oooo -- u.aatase.
anniversary on ate sixteenth party given birthday Wed. I Lb, .... _.. ...._..___ .. .. !' .. .32c
.. neiday evening given at the homeof
her parents, Mr. and M.... 1:. SCapllnger All Good \
by Min Dorla Kelly.AfUr I Churn Gold, lb. 2Oc
various games were PeachesNo.2'iCan..l5c
played, punch and cookies were 1 Cry.tarGlass Dessert Dish FREE! CONCNTRATD
Those present were: Miss Libby fresh .
Jane Buck, Miss Betty Ray Clark, M ewe ww sox.
Miss Ottwell Harford, Mine Margaret -
and Mildred Field, Miss Pork Shoulder AH Good
Theda Proctor Min Merle Jenkins 4lcPALMOLIVEl
Miss Lillian Booth,
.. Herman APRICOTSNo.2''Can..l9c
,,,', Byara, Junior Harford Clarence Half or Whole oo oooo_ oo Lb. 15c nsx
Wllllatna, Walter Brannan, Harry OCT CON
Hall, George GrunweU, Carl Boned and Rolled .
.; rredrlcln, Douglas Sweeting, RCJ1,1 d pG
bert Munn, Miss Capllnger andMlN 5 suss Au ass.
Veal Roast lb. 29c
Kelly. All Good Sliced ZIC

\. ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE Heavy Western Chuck PillEapplEBEEf
; I Mr. and Mn. W. E. Rheney entertained -
I,) at bridge Tuesday eve Cali
No. 21c
2y .. .
nln,. Mn. Frank Webb and T J. Roast I IS
Faust won high score prlzei.Those
present were: Mr. and Mn. Bevo J_ "
Webb, Mr and Mn. Kist 3 FOR
Webster Mr. and Mn.Julian W. H.R. Lb.---._ -.__ -. 27C County : 19c
Bird, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hind. *

.: man, Mr.and Mr .Lee H. Lehman, Dexter Sliced COR NBacon ,:,.. ..: .._..._. -
of Mr. and Mn Frank Webb Mr.and
: t M.... Fault and Mr. and Mr.
( S Rhane). lb. 2No.2Cans..l7cCounty
Z5c fl
: Ricky Becker Wit honored on his Kist
third birthday anniversary with a Fresh Baltimore 9C
party given Wednesday by his Standards Qt. 59c
mother, Mn John Becker, at the Peas2No.2Cans..l9c
home of Mr*. Charles Becker In Oysters t U.S.No.lIRISH
Florida City. Ex. Selects Qt. 75c
t .1 After various games were POTATOES
;.,. played refreshments of Ice cream .
: and cake were served.j Local Fresh DressedFryers 10 Lb. 21c
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: j Guests present were: Jackie
Pineapple Style
1 Phillip, Virginia Nclll. Dicky and
Bobby Neill, Juanita Rohrer, Jean u 35c
Sweet Potatoes
Dandy Fhylll Delta, Warren BEETSMedium ,
I :,i Grave and Diana and Archie
Clinton. Roasters LI>. .. 35c Can.. lOc 5 Lb. _-_ -. 17c

Mr. and Mn. Robert McLeroy
., of Miami and Mr J. B. Tower Golden RipeBal1al1aS
and Douglas Tower of Homestead,
were dinner guest of Mr and Mn GASH
John Tower at their home .

, ., the Circle Flint Two Baptist of the church W will M. U meet of :. YvR i j1yeA(1 3 Lb. _uu 13c

I with Mn. J. R. Chamblli Tuesday -
evening at 8 o'clock.NATURQ.L : TURN IN YOUR IVORY lOAf WRAPPilS York ,



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and More Dependable
Than Electricity
Large Fine
Phone sos Large .... . 23c LETTUCESmall

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