The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00256
 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 8, 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: UF00087294:00256
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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r i. Proclaims- Jan. 9 FORMAL NOTICE TO BEGIN J

_: ./ As City Election Day: CONSTRUGTlONFORWARDElhAi

Citizens whb have *'ftatcne l th* ris: ot :

Hotoesteftd\ during the past fttf VtArs, know -

: COUNCILMEN that this t progress would hot have been {possibleif THE WEATHER I Smith Informs Council I II

there had not been the tight kind of ea eh3htp. MAW *...!*..HC ...t .0 110. a.M .,t,..I Municipal Cash
'And the had .*.. _t lite,..... H..._... Flori4o.
city has leadership. n.---" ,!II'..i IIIlii.: .f.TItai iI Not Needed
: It has had a mayor And council members who I I
Nov. 30 | 77 i1|1110 130.22
have made ahd business to
Dec. 1 I 78 I 153 130.16, LOCAL COMMITTEE ,
give their time and apply the'sarod business prin- Dec. 2 |/ M | 49 | TO DIRECT WORK
: ciples in solving this city's problems that made Dec 3 I 'Ie I 571 130.01\I \ ;
' ,Caucus Called Friday these Dec. 4 I 172 i j 41 13011
some of men highly t ssful in theft own
:; I Night to SelectCandidates Dec. S I 177 I 39 30.15| Institution ScheduledTo 1
: lines of industry. Dec. 6 1 79 I 40 '30.17
: < The bonded debt a stumbling block to progress Dec. 7 I 144 130.23\ Be CompletedIn

TWO OFFICIALS for more than ten :years has been refunded, 6 Months

: TO RETAIN SEATS with the result that tax levies no longer have to PEPPER SPEAKER Construction
: of Homestead's
be set at an impossible figure, and the..,resulting municipal, hospital, plans for which
\\t l-...,.*. Registration Ends Ten building boom is making current history. FOR DEDICATIONOF ,r I were given official approval by
Days Prior to The city light anti' laitt has been.put: In I President Roosevelt and national

" Balloting first class condition, largely through a grant NEWUBRARYDedication\ I next WPA week officials and recently will be, completed will start

from the PWA-and the Joan part will be. liquidated within six months, announced Dr.J. .
i r fHomestead's general electionfor with revenue certificates without the Imposing A. Smith, father of the hospital
the election of a mayor ana of any taxes. Another big loan haS.been ceremonies for project, at a meeting of the
five city councilmen will be held Homestead's new UbOrJjftull city council Monday night
r>,f Tusday, Jan. >, according to a granted to enlarge Hqeneratinff; capacity of the which was thrown 6pen to the Ort suggestion of Dr. Smith, the
proclamation Issued by Mayor plant-and this, too will be paid back from the public last week, have been set council voted to create a hospital

Tom J. Harris. The polls will open reyehve oT the plant ,itself. Everybody, of course definitely,for 10 a. m., Dec.:30, it committee, with power to supervisethe

at 8 I. m. and close it sundown knows that the revenue from the light and power was announced ,yesterday by Mayor Incident construction) to the and wOrk.pay all Henry bills

The candidates will be chosen plant more than meets operating expenses of Tom Harries .' Brooker, Jr., president elf the coun-
at.'a town caucus to be held at the the city, and if it were not for the bond debt, prac- The principal address for the Occasion cil, 'lIIel* d Preston B. Bird, J.
Neva King Cooper school audi- tically no taxes Vould have to be l levied. will be made by Senator L. Burton Councilman E C. 1

torium next Friday night. Two The present mayor and council, therefore, are Claude Pepper, on Invitation of Chron this"ter committee.and Dr. Smith to serveon

will be named for mayor and two building up the city's earning power by buildingUp Mayor Harris. Invitations to attend The council also Instructed R.
each for the five vacant seats In the productive capacity of its light and water and take part in the program E. Edwards, city clerk, to send
also will be sent high state and
the council formal notification to E. H. Hulst,
plant They are putting the city utilities in WPA
position officials. Arrangements for Continued
The two additional posts in the ( on Pace Two)
to care for progress and growth which the dedication are expected to be
council will be retained by Henry completed next week.
this area is destined to experience.
Brooker Jr., and Benjamin W. A flag raising ceremony conducted FRUIT FESTIVALDUILDING
Morris In accordance with the custom In Mayor Tom Harris, the city has a 'competent by John O. Salley Post
of giving a second term to the executive who had the ability and the per- American Legion Is expectd to beheld
candidates who receive the highest sonality to cope with men and problems. on the roornng of the dedica WORKTOSTARTSOON
and the next to the highest num tion. A regulation-size American -
The whole found that he could
community out
ber of votes in the election. flag recently was given the library
Adult who have resided In not be dictated to. If he thinks he is right he will to be flown from the 80-
Homestead six months precedingthe hew to the line, come "hell or high water." Undoubtedly foot flagpole in the front lawn.
election and who have registered there those who for selfish
; are reasons Contract for the construction
the of
with city clerk not later
than 10 days before the election would like to see a figurehead in the office of REDLAND STARTS a permanent building to house

are eligible to vote, Mayor Harris mayor. The large majority of citizens, however, the fruit festival and Redland Dls

pointed out. want the kind of Man and the kind of administration CAGE SEASON B Y tract awarded Chamber to of Joseph Commerce D. Conner officeswas ,

that Tom Harris has given Homestead.It Homestead ,
contractor by the
H. II. S. TO OPEN Is to be hoped that Mayor Harris ahd the TROUNCING GRSU chamber board of directors at.

five members of the council whose seats must be I meeting/ Tuesday. The structure
SCHEDULEVITlI filled next January will resist their natural desire will cost approximately ",000.
Redland HI annexed the curtain The directors did not make public -
to retire to the seclusion and :comforts of raiser of Its 1 340 basketball I the tamount of Mr. Conner1
) REDLAND }HERE private life and allow their names to be placed In schedule by galnnlg the heavy I bid on the work. Work on the
nomination at the end of I 22 to 19 score over Gesu building is expected to start next
caucus next Friday.
High School of Miami Tuesday I week.
Homestead tri;h School's ,boa- The five councilmen whose seats become va- night The directors also appointed E.
Htball schedule will get underway cant at the biennial l election are Frank B. Rue The local showed their superiority tt. Callager, secretary of the cham-
with I game here with W. a Bird E. CX Chrohister, J. G. Wynn and T throughout the game and ber, to serve as manager of the
Deeill'err art 11 home flames In no time were In no danger, ap- fruit festival At a recent meeting -
lifted ,tickets for them E. Kirby. u-o __, -_. -.. --- .... things easy' throu.hounther the chamber membership
have gone on sale.Homestead's than exert themselves by plllrtl voted to start the festival on Wednesday -*
players from which Judges To Be NamedIn to keep their decorations lighted up a large tally.Chambers Feb. 28, and continue It
the starters for hi Initial 86 will between We hours of 7 and 10 lanky center led the for seven days.
bIa selcted and their weight and Decoration Contest o'clock nightly during.trie periodof Diamondbacks scoring He piled Mr. Callaher said he will seek
heights follow: the contest up six points, while his two the co-operation of every civic
James Sullivan, 4 ft I In.* lei Judges are t being: selected this Tha pries Will be awarded for teammates In the forward position fraternal and church organization
lbs.;.Clinton Bishop, 5 ft. It In. week for the night Christmas decorations the best decorated place bt business Campbell and Crawphaw, In the Redland District to make
14] Iba; J. T. Godwin, 8 ft., 138 contest which will in the district the best decor- each made live points. Llndgren the festival a succeu. He said
Ibs.; Edward Kirby, 3 ft 8 In. 139 start ated home in the communities of guard, made four points, while his that professional and carnival
Ibs; Fred Chapman. S ft 11 in., Dec. 20 and end Dec. 27, announces Princeton Goulds, Peters, Perrine, I running mate, dreert claimed two. features will be excluded front
Ill Ibs; Charles Minger. 5 ft 6 the Rev. K. F. Blackrord, Naranja, Modello, Homestead and I Rucke, G.su center, was high the affair this year and that local.
In.. 134 Ibs; Jack McMichael, 5 chairman of the contest committee. Florida City, and the best decor- poi.it man for the visitors, with six persons and organizations will be
_..;-. ft t in., 137 Ibs; Charles Conner, The contest Is under sponsorshipof I ated home In the rural area. points as his share of the score. invited to have representations oit
.. ft ft. 9 In., 127 Ibs; Ralph the --- ---- .TI\I'WL with-Qesu served as Iiile the midway or in the commercial
er, 8 ft 6 ,in. Ill Ibs; Dellln'-1 Homestead Rotary Club and POULTRYMEN TO MEET,9 ig. uprfesilqn for Redland section of the building.The .
i\o, 8 ft. 3 In., M4 Ibs.; Redland District Chamber of Com- The Greater Mlal"lllJn\lW'T.Afe *IU ftitertaln Miami HI directors are working on
fett 5 ft 9 In., 143 Ibs.; D. L. ; merce. Three prizes of $5 each I sociation will hold"* ;MeflWurin J. "WaW '''Uils attem>on. plans for the festival and will
Bowen, 8 ft S In. 138 Ibs and Matt will be offered. the Dade County court house hiiMlauni The starting whistle will blow at make them public next! week, Mr,
Ballero, 15 ft I ia, 131 Ibs..Jib I Mr. BlackforU urged contestants I on Monday at I p. m. } o'clock. (Continued on Page Two)

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YULE HAPPINESSCROUP ,I ieid The by hospital MMstveJ will serve pad CUM approximately -,I'

11.000 persona, Dr. Smith The Family
NEARING 'snld Its plan of operation and the '
anpolntotesit of a uupeeinfeodentrend t

GOAL; IN :DRIVE I be decided aacletanU later are he matters said. that will,'i S Win Christmas

The building wig be looted: on Vft
N,W First avenue between Thirteenth ear Va
I. and Fourteenth streets It
Cheeicommittee I
The drive et the Christmas Store 11
will face east, 80 feet from the ,
for fund to bring happiness II'
and 30
treet a parking space
to the needy of the dwirlct -
feet wide will be along tne entire
If meeting with signal success -
front Dr. Smith said
It wu Wieeted when a total Camera
The report of the police donor Sears Complete
()( fits In tecMen was reported 1 -7 Reduced
ment for November read before thc .
It a meeting of the committee
cuvncil showed Jut 17 Shop Suggests
of personere Famous
Monday afternoon. The goal Prices On
,- arrested and that nine of
the drive Is '250. "Dell and !
them were found guilty later In
More than,twenty workers, under court. Best Sellers!

the direction of Thorn C. A.total of $235 In fines was assessed 8 Mm. Movie
Kirby. chairman art combingthe sired 1110 was collected
Redland District for donations ,. [
The council lock under ions!: Camera
h which will be used to till baskets ration a recommendation of :.. a

food candy and toys for poor C J"Io'uy that new tin: be purchased II
famMtet Last year 80 baskets for the tire trucks Th, ,
aster distributed and bout the rnt tires old
pr*> are six :Tears
t'wttla,amf;number win be given this7W. and menace the lives of 1..11'. 49
The dMributlon will be responding to alarms he said
made on Dec 23 by member of C'lief Deputy JM told th. couoc'
the Homestead Rotary Club the that boll feet of hose is nerded
' Radiated District Lions Club and lit was ImtrucUi by the run. 'ito Will F 3.5 Lent

Bar Scoull.t fvt tit-Ices 01 tier need*1 equipment ;
The fund to bring Christmas end report nt the need nictnj a f Finest "pocket .i&. ,
hapyiness to the poor li expectedto camera on the marked .
make substantial gains tomorrow !
Variable speed r
when I tag day sale! will beheld 1939 .
by the local Girl Scout, directed FESTIVALContinued slow motion. .
by the Rev. R. T Black-
ford Rebeccas Drum Along the Mo Offer movie camtrai w

The bands of Homestead High ( from Page One hawk The Long Valley Three 26.50 fo 173.00"Filmaster"

School and Redland High School Gallaher said. There will be primp Harbor My Son. My Sow and Lr
also arc lending their aid In for local exhibitions and a classification Thorn* Smith's Three Decker. .:
spreading interest In the campaign Is being prepared by' ti
Moment in Peldng"
Concerts will be given at downtown Charles H. Stettani, county ages 00
points tomorrow and on several cultural agentThe by LID Yutcmg.MJ"4 ;I. 16 Mm.Projector. 400

other days The musicianswill festival building Is to be "Chrlataa. Holiday"e
-p... the hat" after each num. erected en a tract of land near the by W. S. MaughamTh ED ,
ber. boundary of the ball park and
Barrels to receive donations of south of the municipal swimming Great Tradition'by

food win be placed In grocery pool. It will be a. one-story structure F. P. :Xeyes....... 2 a 50 139.00 l
feres of the city by the school' with a length Of 260 feet anda
safety patrol. Twenty-five cashboxes width of 100 feet Walls of concrete G "Again the River"
for cash donations will beplaned construction will be four e by S. E. Morgan..,' 2.50tic fiflrelr rower" Him G.er Rewind Drive /*
In stores In the business feet high and the area between t
area these and the roof will be open i"Watch lor the The finest moaVal.lt a
Besides collecting monejr83HnjUM The building will face west '" IU 1 e Dawn"byS.doete 2 50 priced II mm. proctof| A F
week the drive workers the entrance fating the end of ...7......_ ever covered kr l.B & (
checked the lint of needy deserv- block-long: road running from V "Children of God" Howell Deluxe batons

big families' supplied by schools Flagler street There will be room 3 by V. uber__ 3.00 art a few price K
for 100 booths.
and Mil organizations. approximately e
The Sea Tower" Otktr "r.rKI./ ":
Business Aids e 2,50 skill) .. 21100
HOSPITALContinued College by Hugh Walpole. rr

600 in Getting PositionsThe '. .
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( from Page One) Homestead Business College
area WPA supervisor, to proceed which recently was moved to c PRACTICAL GIFTS THAT '
with the work. the new Mae Morris building from ,
Dr. Smith explained to the the First National Bank building t 'I
council that the "city will not have has placed approximately 600 ANY HOME WILL WELCOME!

to spend one penny" toward construction students In positions during the
of the hospital or its past eight years, it was said by
equipment The WPA grant total Hal C. Stanley head of the school Three-Piece
129.250 while the city share At present there are 20 students
it $It.ISO. The drive for hospital enrolled tj, id Carving Set
fund directed by Dr. Smith hasnetted The college Is,.being operated ou. STAINLISS
a total of IS 00137 ln..Cash the second the Mae Morris sort f
and "good, sound' pledges will I building. A large front room IsIs t ft 98 I 4.50 1140 M t

furnish the remainder of the iroiuy used for bookkeenlng Instructionand : ..Irv.rlf t0/1/ 111.,, r
The building will contain 10 other buslnen classes. while i Illi lI,
reams for patients und equipmentfor I the rear room Is used for typewriter A- Wit "II." to Car"."
nine of these has been protn- work.
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Colored Flatware

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: Friday, December 8.1939 THE LEADER.ENTERPISE Paw Three

I H. II. juries In the accident He mUlled of Troy Albany and Schenectady,
I that he and Sawyer had beento N. Y.. are to hold simultaneous

..,t Concert in Auditorium Thursday Miami and were returning to evening meetings at which will be
Key Largo when the accident oc- FOR
placed television receiver
curred. He said he waa asleep In ,
The HomestfSd High School !the rear of the car and knew A special program entitled "Ro-
Searcy of Surprise, Okla.. Conrad
,} band and glee club will present II Searcy of Winston, Stanley D. I nothing of the crash until the next tary's First Meeting by Television" BAMBOOTAVERN I
concert In the Neva King Cooper ''morning when he awoke In the
Searcy of Lekamp Okla., and will begin simultaneously at each
School auditorium Thursday, Dec. Post Graduate hospital In Home-
I 14, at o'clock. No admlulon Donald Searcy of Ponca, Okla J'I' stead. of the clubs, at 6 p m. The televised I Formal opening of the Bamboo

fee will be charged but a free-will Inquest Lists Sawyer Charles S. Tilt, Key West mer- I portion of the program will I Tavern Homestead's newest restaurant -
, offering will be taken to add to the Death UnavoidableThe I chant, driver of the truck, could emanate from the General Electric will Uk place tomorrow.
band uniform fund. as \shed no light on the cause of the Company's new studios In Located on Flagler street, Just
At this concert the band will accident He said he saw the
death of Walter B. Blondie Schenectady and will consist of south of the municipal power
make its first appearance In the ( automobile approaching at a high
F new uniform that have been ord- ) Sawyer, as, Key Largo fishIng rail of speed but believed It would group singing led by a special plant, the Inn recently: was com-
ered. guide, who was Injured fatallyIn !I I pass him safely. The truck was songleader and talks by Paul P. pleted at a coat ol >>,000. It has
an automobile crash on the damaged slightly. Harris, founder and president
t The program follow: I a stating capacity of 71 and serves
Overseas highway near Florida I, emeritus, Walter D.
Head, president -
"Blue and Gold I Overture" ... 1
I choice food at popular prices. T.
\. _. ___ ... .. _.. .. .. McCaughejr City last week, was due to an un- : I and Chesley R. Perry, secretary
avoidable accident, it was decidedat 'I 13 Rotary Clubs to( Join of Rotary International. The P. Edmonds of Redland the proprietor *
"Blue Danube; Waltz".. ...Strauu
"Indian Intermezzo" _McCaughej an Inquest held by Justice of In Television Meeting I I telecast will begin at T o'clock and formerly was I Miami
I "Spirit of Dreams" Bowland the Peace Sid Kendrick Monday'I will present a program that finds! Beach hotel chat
"Novelette" . Mansfield I, night. Sawyer died from a broken I I its counterpart In the meetings or I
' "Moonglade" __..__ .. Brown neck after his car sideswiped a Chicago, Dec 7,-Rotary h 1- almost every Rotary clulv] --theI
f: "Washington Poet"-- Sousi'|truck and overturned three times tory will be made Friday when a1 I I portion of the club program which i I
"Sabre las Olas" ._ Rosa I' I Argyle Henry, 80, riding with I Rotary club meeting Mil be u !le- generally emanates from the C A
I. :Sawyer suffered on'\' light In. I cast for the first Itme T e ul speakers' table
Howard West, Carlton Sweet
Variations Arban i
Henry Dodson
Piano solo __ Mary Grace Engl! vh
Vocal solo Jaime Rich ,Ida I
"Bells of St. Mary's" Ad .m,
"The Old Refrain" Krei-l, 1.i
"Chinese Lullaby' Bowers
By'In Bend of the River"

.._ .. . Edwards
The Alphabet" Mozart
Glee Club
"Joannle With Light Brown Hair'

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Girls' Sextette
National Anthem Band

Fosey Funeral Awaits

;Arrival of RelativesThe

time for funeral services
for Mrs. Loma Constance Posey, e
34, wh died Sunday at her home
on.Avocado drive, east of Krome
avenue, has not been set pending I bolt
the arrival of out-of-town relatives { k w
The last rites will be held
at the Church of Christ, with the I
Turner Funeral Home in chargeof
arrangements. Burial will be in I
.Palm: cemetery, Naranja. It"4
Mrs. Posejr was a native of z&w.At,

Winston, Mo., and came to Home- ......,.,,, IM"fi.r0e4
stead four years ago. She is survived .r..r (v.b
ware..,, ).
by her husband, Lester W we eJ-N0e*
Posey, a garage owner; a daughter -, a'irrerrwe"a.vpr
Miss Mamie Posey; her parents < nrh..44ilhar
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley D.
Searcy of Winston, and six brothers -
Noel F. Woodrow and HenryBefore

..una,0eue.wrn..rr ",1"14#'.w"1IPI1.ft/ 11 .a.4N/lowing adds$1109leh.e4*

look this smooth-stepping this Buick its buy-value is the lock, front-door armrests, gas
honey over,and its very number of items included in tin tank lock-all things often charged

Shoppingin manner tells you ,,",', a oneinaprice that cost extra elsewhere I for elsewhere.

million kind of automobile.
For instance the Flash-Way Every Buick has a Dynaflash

Miami You look at the advertised prices, Direction Signal, standard on all valve-in-head straight-eight engine -

add something more for trans models, costs around $10 extra micropoise-balanced after
portation and accessories-snd elsewhere even without the assembly. Every one has two stab

for there you begin to go wrong! automatic cut-off. ilizers, and rear coil springs that
never need lubrication
For one of the things that give Every Buick comes to you with
ChristmasGifts Ii IiJ automatic choke and an effiAll have torque-tube drive, battery -

cient oil cleaner-it's surprising under hood, two ways of start

I ,;, /IJ8 m vrr how often they'resold ing. Super and Headmaster have
: JnI front seats close to five feet wide
i y/ Ct7llttYlfi' as
and all models have Safety Plait

*",IIIItaoJJ.-a'MMIASN 0&- ,VMVI-1N..AO,"oM 0,4006W It aft".n...-Ifa,. I Every Buick hai no/horns, Gluts all around.
Visit a'e"'' IATIIA.a"
'I "ua
elsrow:;.::::::::=:1UICO'I." :: dual sun visors, locks on And all this is iitcluJtJin the a I-the-

I ercuu, f\A1 rtOA'- ..a pW.ul :p11,11CC1OS both front doors, electric factory price.Why not see the near
I DWVifciirToeirroMUUC: ? *:J awn = lighter, a..iat.trapIf robe est Buick dealer and see bow little
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:'.sup*-rose-N'seta jw SCnO Hs. ", O'a cord.t glove compartment more it costs delivered to'ourJoor?
Homestead IOCKIO 1lLli7 .*""run
*WALL.nos elf :-11'--' TttAMf t SIlee models est
AlOUNO .Aar NeloaioNrssesaoM

Haberdashery'i AV.A

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-We have a complete line Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

of Men's and Boys'

S. KUOMK AVE. Opposite Taj Agency HOMESTEAD; FLORIDA. Phone 18

,: Christmas Gifts

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! IJ Page Four THE LEADER.ENTERPISE Friday, December 8,1939

it crease ha been from They used to quote this: Thi and for 1938 those of the ,teq; Autru.i' U9: Germany.
; TBELEADER-ENTERPW5E ly six million boxes IPproXlmate-1 hand that rock the cradle rule powen were M follows: wor1ca.1''I.t'i; 'Ctyns 211; Mexico ITT; I

I ., 'r /! *( ..* ...... Dad, PHI,rMf production.now grow to per cent I changed hat. but the cradle-rocking Italy 2.T1, European ada, 098: U. S. 0.84, Japan. 077.

! The U. S. ha* alto taken the I
JI Riot ARC.. _. .__ u.IUGI. lead la lemon II
production million A graph In an educational Jour-
; ____,____ .- Slit.Wsaw" boxet. a* compared with four. nal show that the freight rates
t The
million 20 yean ago, but the put In the U. S. are the second lowest flew
t I ....on.* grapefruit crop fell 28 I In the world, only those of Japan
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owend sew rent below Its
as per
I' PackIng being lower. Freight rate are
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,1 .. Mistakes Progress"All Hake for I Indorsed /j Delivers, in HomesteadDe

of u* would be a great deal USED CARSOur
better oft If we could only realixe j Luxe
( Equipped)
that the< mistakes we make are an I wed ears always represent food value, but the
unavoidable and Integral part of ones lisle below ar* unusually choice and we recom.
our growth." Hendrlk I Wlllem I van' mead any ene of them for year consideration.

l, Loon,, declare author, lecturer In the current and educator Rotation I Il ,...................................,......., I As Low As
} Mistake Magazine need not bring sham I 1939 nUJCK COUpE-radio; 17,000 miles. I
on those who make them to longas
they art admitted, he points 1936 FORD TUpOR TOURING SEPAN "
out with the suggestion that with wy clean; 4 new tires $880
courage to contest mistakes should
com the courage to begin again!I 193T PONTIAC FOUR POOR TOURING SE
and try V> dp better en the basisof
previous error) I IU DAN-good condition; priced for quick
Frederick the Great had,i sale.
chatted candidly with tilluwlf. suggests Coupe .T.y. $880

would Mr.have van muted Loon,that ha made I II TWO 1933. HUICK 4-pOOR TOURING SE.

numerous mistakes, and that hit;i PANS-good buys; in excellent' condition. I 2-Door Touring Sedan 925
I uncanny ability to recover from i
errors of Judgment and turn failures -'; 1936 PLYMOUTH 4-POOR TOURING 'SE-

i Into for successes him greatness.actually accounted ,I good lL\N-o.-llln.tires.PRESTON ) paint; good condition; 4-Door Touring Sedan 975

"For, Indeed, frwderlck'i strength'
lay In his tremendous capacity for i ...........

quick recuperation van Loon" "H continuesHistorian really I fiilOTOR PrestonlB.:[ Bird Motor Co.

was often not he a handled tint-rate his soldier! troop Quite to I'I'I i CO. ;

I, clumsily that everything wentwrong 1 South ]Krome Aye, Phone 18 South Krome Avenue Phone 18
and he tad to contest himself
defeated." But after a fowl I rros.'f TAG AGENCY Opposite Tag; Agency
hour sleep,Tolled up In a threadbare \ I
blue coat 'old Frederick{
would be fresh at a dnl( y and ready
for a new tocounter. And while
I JUt enemies were still celebrating
r their victory with becoming fHvltlej **-
Nye PruuUn King (whom Oad1'tP ;
they" lupppeed to be mile way)
would be right In their midst and cy3fAgnralrg
would hilt 'I' deDIW' of his

attack:; gAa everything he had .".. ...... -Jtl 1f

Columbus, 98h.. other hand
: Was a hero on his deathbed whilecontesting
.: himself I failure. "From
: : every possible angle economic,I
j 1!: scientific, nay'lcal, roorelr-th
::11 voyage' !f Columbus\ acroti the
I Atlantic Ocean was nag /done I
.unmitigated, blunder, for he never
came within ousaods of moos of
tap countries he hoped to find. Yet I
Oulumbut gained. even greater reinuwn I II
thrust Frederick o t Prs eels,"
I 1 p _ovording to Mr\ van 1.00MtQr I f
t the subsequent success of the New
Ii World was based upon his rlgU J

P.I) net\ mistake I I !
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40 $pell UsDt
By .4.QNE\V tt'rht AU NapstAAAAAAAAA..AAUU44A. ,
T9ri..g Seine $876at
When you observe one of thootl
Hollywood make-believe In which I
Rome one crashes through I window ,
do not be alarmed about hU
injuries a* the ",I..." I II | transparent -' R .
candy tome genius evolved. Leal lass,
When the janitor cornea to clean
It up he can truthfully ay, "l nt
that a sweet meat!"

A case of the.dead coming to .
lite--UM Peed Sea of Scriptural ]\ TAU..s .M4M (94 Fbaiit added leegtk**} wldihj ao saline aka
fame, where Great Britain bas 700 pod fowtl know why mosot oc Amark works miracles with xiy aule tad
rnH ve.Deratlng It* water to obIda acclaims b the style asnasiioa of the reef gallon of gtM% aWwgAW -.
sisal bromine water*. ....,,
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/ fear. r-Kw IBM tfNIfw..d *-**/ llece's a )ow.pric Fag
live In
that nothing ran
theist cep pasty and even the bird avoid I whh k* diMiocthr Sdnf Weak lo .*. else MM yet rid eta coq tb* bad
flying over them. f gracefully moultied trunk ht got what of the "class.. IhMter go tee It today! rile
h ashes to be the Naiioo't Number One c
I The Florida Grower says that': Bmury. And notching: that beauty It AND VP%"....at Pam"At" T...,.. ,
the 1131-39 U. S. crop of oran"1,! la.ilel'lIICIreebaaJ'CMI'dre.pectlC =Arad.rH aa.k MAW.d had= .
-IS trillion box*-equaled I price so close(o the lowest a rich lad -..'....... '...- ,".. 00W' As....... for a" ............,
oranges grown In the world 20)I liuutioui lowrlon added room bon of .a&6..IAl.nsa..car.._,.,..
, yw ago and ve now raise about/
twoy-flfth of the world' crop.
The total of Florida' recent orange, PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
crop, 33 million boxes, I* the largo
, eat U ..ver1(, ':
I Its ,grapepujt t\,!. A d14R1t\ :. ...KROME,,AYE..Opposlte Tag Agency HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. Phone J$ a
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1111111I11111111I1111I1111I11I11I11I11I i -"Capt Wall am. son of M. P. Campbell, Pauline Allen." Wednesday Dee. 0. This was the Iedtd II beeM. The boys have 041. i ;

Wallam, left Tuesday for his station -"C. P. Sheffield! arrived home serious part of the Initiation cere cured the land and it is hoPed t
I at Portsmouth, N. H." Thursday, evening after an absence
The Green Hands will be 1 :
mony.; new are: Usa the five acres soon
20 Years -"We took Ed of several monthf lit had
AgolIii1IIIIIIIIIiIIIIIifilIIIIiUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Caplinjer's word Gene Mlnger. Ralph Dclllnger, planted. 1
been engaged citrus canker
for it last week that 'Mayor King'snew .
bungalow was nearing com. work chiefly" (Florida City.) Jack Stmonlon, Louis Faker Carl n. j jSATVRQL

pletlon' but on Investigation wt =D. It. Edwards, whose furniture Alexander, Lamar Griffin, Lanier GAS

found that It was his garage that arrived two weeks ago, had been Whitehead. Wade Thompson Clay-
t..i.The MUwlnt I. riU lluu..tM>r* t.k.e N..t..1 v.e was nearly done."Fred ." detained bhe illness of hit ton Gsmbtr. Charles Robertson CIiEArtB: QUICKER
K l..*r4M .ri.MMw4. Mir. II IMS. daughter. He hopes tc leave for Lynn Irwin Dave Varnadoe, Allen Dependable
: formerly of Red and Mare
., .
<* IwUi s. .., uH "
Hastings and Lincoln
Florida in Carsoit
City few days (Florida
= / 1111 ...* ... HM land arrived in Homestead Tuesday Thall IJH&rlrcltr
A eo-operatht which
City.. project
night from St. .
will be carried out by the chapter I'I
Dee. 11. nit"Homeltead Idaho, to spend the winter."
has been planned. The crop se ,
Chamber of Commerce -"The subject of the (John O. .
met on Thursday evening Salley) Post forming a fire depart Children in Court i -
ment came In for much discussion
with 20 members In attendance Br Judge Halealm I
>> lUifleld
and a committee of three, con. I II"
each of whom pledged himself to slating of w. E. Morrison, chair- 1940 Auto License TagsONSALEINHOiMESTEAD
bring another with him at the next man, and Chas. T. Fuchs and E. P :
meeting J. D. Redd presided andI. Scarborough was elected to bring : I

R. Mathews acted as secretary the matter before the members and I I"I"I

Caustic comment was made on to report at the next meeting." I

the report In the Herald that 'II I-"Mr. and Mrs. Lyon and sons, 1
ribbons and one medal had been who arrived recently, are building! |i Mi older brother and his friends.
won by Miami at the state fair. I a home the road to The youngster wn In the habit i offollowing
on Highland I i
The ribbons were all right, but -"Tomatoes these older boyi In this ,
are quoted at $2 to
only one medal came to Dade I I Instance they were trying to low
$3 f.o.b. which Is a reasonably good
county and HOMESTEAD GOT I him. The parents Made the mistake
price and stands '
grapefruit at $2
THAT. The Herald needs to of blaming the older brotherfor
awake to the fact that Homestead $2.23."Mrs. I'I'to the accident Applicants Must Bring Title Certificate and

is In the business on Its own hook C. W Bush and Miss Lai I .
Cunningham of Miami, Many parents make a practice of
Individual prizes aggregating! were In compelling/ older children to take Registration( Card With Them
$19, which with the town prIM ,Homestead on Thursday on home !
cam of the babies of the Inmlly
of $70 made a total of "4 (sic). ,demonstration club work at tin This
Is unfair to all concerned alIt
There Is now about $70 In the I I schools In Homestead, Florida City !
and Redland" forces the younger thildiin into
treasury Who It docin .
says pay | awkward situations and interferes
to advertise town! --"Redland Farm Life school honor
our George
I I with the activities of the older I nouns: 8:00-12,1-5()( Daily
Ramon, who handled the exhibit, roll third month-Fir.t grade ,
children. If there imnll
are no
throughout (and did It 'Billy Benson Harold McDuflle.
children in the neighborhood the Buy Your Driver's Licenses Here
Donald Talbott
) was selected to represent: Anna RuUke, I
mother should make an effort to
partly because he was able to i Doris Conner George Turner,
find amusement for the little ones,i
handle It and partly because he Is j jso Wilson Mobley, Elizabeth Robert,
without permitting them' to tag after
Esther Hilliard, Ernest Marsh.
well acquainted In AMERICAN
ville ." Second grade: Edgar Pierce, Ruth brothers and listen, who do not j LEGIONjjAUTO!
JaCkson'j want to play with them. II
-"Rev, Wm. J. Carter Hedwig RuUke James
Murray, Sanford Bigger, Ollle Wilson -
three plllcatlon mon in for houses permit on Third grade Elizabeth Fourteen Green Hands I TITLE SERVICE

street ." Miller J f(Johnson, Robles McCasklll, Her- Become Future Farmers
man Robinson, Chumb Graham
"M. P. Wallam Is building a newj "
Barney Murphy, Warren Hutton,
1 Initiation of the Green Hands
counter in his store to I
display his Legion Bldg. Homestead Fla.
goods to better advantage I Fourth grade: Margaret Roberts, Into the Future Farmers was held ,
Pauline Lloyd,Ellen: Billiard, Crystal -
-"Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brewer of READ TIB WANT ADS
Roberts, Louise Marsh, Phyllis .
Illinois, are expected to arrive the
Burton, Doris Jones, MauriceJlrln..s
latter part of the week to visit t
Elton Souls, riM grade:
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Men" .
Grace Fitch, Annie Hearn, Sadie
Mrs. Ralph J. Powers
Murray, Ethel Holland Josephine
brought home Monday from
on Pierce, Paul Jenness. Sixth grade: n e
.JacUollv lswhere she has been in '
the Maggie Tedder, Alma Pukes, Tes- Jwg,3i'C
hospitaL""C. sle Mae Kyle, Margaret Round,
D. Wilson and Ralph J. Dixie Herlong, Bruce Core. Mil

Powers have sold out the Miami dred Cooper, Eulee Campbell, Mil
Cast Stone Co. to Carl Fisher of dred Hill. Merrill Whetstone

Miami." Franklin Marsh. Seventh grade

-"Elsie Mitchell, Loretta Home, Edna Shepherd, Grace Shepherd,
' Vivian Free and Mary Tower were Annie Kerfoot, Harvey Lew'- I

I birthday dinner guests of Gerdal; Eighth grade Frances WIllard Ho
Fread last Sunday, ." I sack, Gertrude Ingram. Bessie
! I

I Green: Lan'"tI'n: Restaurant: i 4e 0ew.

! Adjoining Hotel Redland a
, A
l\ln. Given Victor Proprietor


d. New Supply

We Have a New Supply of

a Landreths', Simon's, and Stokes :

: rho d1.d.t D. Low Spo"$e ... MNa.

JaG WEverybWy knowel9aa

11IIII1' a M" f t tolle'"M fetloo

: MM "MMtumftnuM WIN trft.s" .,OT..tii iM 4ci ... tvrtt tomato/I**critt'
And Chevrolet for MO I* the

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"-" ... ..-... ..... U the fine
; Held that ha. ,
"M1 II .-, II M-no car: features pictured: at the:
left! Small wonder,

then that It la also out-;

Redland Brand FertilizersTO ftIfImI ass lulu seas lUft.saIlCfYAlVio rise saes nuvslea IV MIll selling I all I other new car

for '49. Eye It, try It;

It and you'll bet thoroughly
buy ,
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AND W, 'Ist Poet. "*
a Eqe It.. TlUllt.. ScutItI! =3

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fti.,i. Pave Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, December 8,1939

4 kitchen furniture and utensils. I their Christmas boxes. ;
Ii HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS -I I The seventh graders are making Mrs. Edwards' class Is plantinga NATUROL GAS "

_-............................................y...........,......".".,,,......_..__....."-"'..,,....---, stuffed Stuffed toys animals for Christmas pot holders:presents and garden in connection with nature CHEAPER QUICKER
study and Miss Ray's class aDd Bore DependableThan
Council Picks Seniors front full dress sash, while trousers lapel dangles are popular. has begun multiplication tables Electricity

"f. and shako with white plume. Mrs. Bird's room announces a V. D. lYON HOMESTEAD
For Lakeland Congress GRAMMAR: SCHOOL NEWS
All of the grammar school minstrel show Friday at 1 o'clock. Phone 56
The glee club will begin workon
i: ROM Reitz md Jane Oatlln were the choral responses to be used classes are working on Christmas The admission Is lOc, and everyone
Ii elected by die Student Council In connection with the Christmasmatia decorations: for their rooms and Is urged to come. READ TilE WANT ADS .

}1 Monday to serve as senior representatives class at the white Christmas -
.t the student meeting program on Dec! U on the
3 and oonrM on democracy in I outdoor stage

4 Lakeland Have you decided on that musical -
The council voted to re-establish I Instrument for your child'*
a lost and owd department in the Christmas7 Get your order in Homestead High School
high school.It soon and have your instrument
was decided that a ten-.Mt here by Christmas. "

j I fine will be Imposed on a member Band Will ParticipateIn
I absent from council meeting and !
lion I Games
Orange Events Basketball -
a five-cent fine en one who ii .
tardy. Three consecutive Bbtenoes ,
i or six not consecutive will The band will
!\ automatically put a member out King Orange Jamboree parade k i
I of the council It was agreed. Miami on the night of Dee 30 and

i Those present were: Wava Her- will attend the football clamlo In Start Dec. 15 .
the Orange Bowl on New Year's
ton. Fred Fuchs Archer,
Mary France Arthur Nina Dyal, Day The invitation was received
:t Kathleen Freeman J. T. Godwin lust l week from the Orange Bowl .
Harry Martin. John Little Den committee MT4'1
{ Bechdol, Gene MlrHer Howard DRILL SQUAD PRACTICESThe '\
West, Shirley Doniy and the spunor H. II. S. girls' physical ed. .
11 Home Games Buy Season '.
E. B. Blackburn. ucation department Is certainly In a '(
n rush these duyi Those who are
trying out for cheerleaders are Ticket and Save Money
Library Has Six New
practicing hard. They are all so
Hooks on Christmas good it will be difficult to choose
the five best. *\

The library 1 II proud to have on We are planning on a good drill
II t ill shelves the six new Christmas squad of 24 gills In uniform to
Student Ticket $1.00.
books: "Christmas In Legend and work with the school band.
i Story," Smith end Hayeline I The home economics department I
'Ii; "Christmas," Robert Haven under the direction I : of Miss Bow, I Any Two Adults or Adult and Student $2.00
1 Schauffter; "1001 Christmas Fact Is splendidly l I co-operating by making
.' and Fancies" Alfred C. Hottens; the cadets uniforms. It is expected
; Adult Ticket . .
Single $1.25
: "Christmas Everywhere; ," Eliza. the uniforms will be com -
3 beth Hough SechrUk; "Christ- pleted In time for display at the

Christmas))1'II ; first home game. Elementary Ticket - $ .50 !

\\ They are Interesting and have Home EC Girls HaveKefinishjng j
i, excellent Illustrations.Miss ProjectThe General Admission Per Game 25c

Bixler hat lent the library

several of her health posters which girls in the home economics Ticket bn Sale at Dixie Drug, Brown's Pharmacy: Smith's Barber
ere on .display this week. department are going to convert
I' l the extra room off the food labor Shop, Homestead High School.
Bishop and Sullivan atory into a living room.- They(
will get discarded furniture and
Varsity CaptainsBy refinish It to match. This room'
Homestead School Athletic
will be a practical lesson In InterIor High Department
ELWIN COOPER decorating and will fill a
The Homestead High School need in the department.

basketball varsity squad selectedon The tenth grade home economics .
Monday afternoon aft co-cap :-.
girls are remodeling their home
I! twins for the 1939-40 season, Clinton -

I Bishop, a senior and James ., .
t\:\ Sulhlvan, a Junior. These two are Jim vacs, 2j rtltl Itt@@ a tom"Cti 'Mtldit y pl ,r+y-'
& ss ,
the backbone of the team. too tnax 1 rage ink ryg tubinif a rip h tt A
Eagerly awaiting their first Pride avallablfar"wxtcr'an ( C '
I', game which will be In the weekending t nee of era iAg cystms. The INTO "w ,
Dec. 19, the junior high R" matsriai ie 00 --
basketball team U practicing hard Wail this 01 o odd agot
tanitef 'h the b taln$ ass o
I every day. The following boys tYor ,sr se' sod k
ssalinr e
f have shown themselves to be of fret t, ,cI1 ro 0 w of t I IN
good team material: Flerno 'Lott,
I Stevle Blonde Roger Glenn Robert
Hobson, Walter Brannen
Gene Mingvr Billy Forte. Matt]
Bullero, Arnold Mcllwan and Don
New paint and wall mats add a
; to the appearance ot the gymnas I gr s o oM
I Sum The new'wall mats arrived
this week and have been placed in I I
t position to protect the
I I, The basketball boundary 1lne'l I
.1 have been repainted black
the backstops, white. The gym
1 I given: a fresher and cleaner look I
I by this new paint. d '
j : The outside basketball court e Here headlines
I are that mean you can
which was donated by the P.-T.
:A., la used night and day. This have the home you want without waiting.

i court has had more use than any A new home? Investigate the new build-
other equipment that the school'
has had at Its disposal. All equipment .I ing materials on the market .. .. .. see what
i for this court was erected
comfort can be built into even a small
under the supervision of our janitor
")f.c." home. Learn how your "rent money" will

I Monday evening the varsity a A p-v for your home on the FHA Plan.
quad will travel to Delray to play
Delray High School. A party of :'teams a t/ A better home? Look at fascinating home conveniences on display -
18 will leave here at 9 p. m. In
preparation for this game with I this year. Learn how you ca 1 buy repairs, remodel for greater

Delray and the game with Red living comfort, and install modern plumbing or heating-and pay wit
land on Dec. 19, the squad hat '
monthly! installments the FHA
had an intensive week: of practice. R
i We will be glad to help you obtal an FHA loan either for construct

BAND Band uniform UNIFORMS were ORDERED ordered last: ing a new home or for making Improvements to your present one.

'week and band members are hop. Come in and let its talk it over with you.

ing to have them by Thursday :
night Dee 14. In time for the concert .
The order for the drum major .
I and two majorette uniforms' D. HORNE CO. Inc.

also was placed last week. The ,
majorette uniform will be all
white trimmed with green, with LUMBER AND BUI .DING MATERIAL
,I cadet style coat shoulder cape Alas
wing skirt and white shako. The K Phone 507-J Frank L. Skill Owner Homestead, Flar"
drum major's uniform win be a

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visited friend In Florida City on
I Wednesday and ware-dinner guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.

In and JlrcmndHomestead Stvery ;

I I Miss Ann Casey. Mill Mary
I Drown and Miss Betty Evans or .'
Miami were guest of Mr. and
I I Mn Albert Phillips last week o

. I -
,' r ....., Mill Clara M. Rout, who spent 4 1 1r
I the Thanksgiving holiday at the
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur French are Mr and Mn Paul Camp of
home of Mayor and Mrs. Edward
announcing the birth of a ilx- Washington D. C., are expected to
Stilling, left for her home in Holly
pound daughter Claudia Frances, arrive Saturday to spend the holidays Hill, Fla. Friday.
,, on Dee. 3. with Mr. Camps mother
t. Mrs. Charles Camp. Mr. and MZLuU; : : of New
MlM Ovedla Garrett spent the
York, arrived Friday. They are
week-end with Illative In Orlando. Miss Muriel Bardwyck;; ; has returned -
occupying tin Silverman apartment -
to her home In New York
on Eighth
---- City after visiting her uncle, J.
Mrs. R. E. Sherard attended A., Norwood, for a week. Mr. and Mrs Frank Babaon of
the hairdressers' convention at the Woodmont, Conn., visited In Flori-
Alcazar hotel Tuesday. Dukes West who is spending da City last week.
the winter at Puhokee, visited his
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fry of Norwalk parents, Mr, and Mrs. G. A. West, Myer Silverman of Miami spent t
',J. Ohio, art visiting their son, over the weekend.Mr. the week-end, with his relatives
,f. John, her tor a week.
and Mrs A. W. Hutchinsonhave here.Mr.
iMn. T. E Kirby had as guests as a guest for several weeks, and r.r-j': ; Pallazola of
on Tuesday, her sisters Mrs. J. P. Mrs Hutchlnton's mother, Mrs Miami were Monday visitor In
Hcndley and Miss Susie Butts of Anna J. Eggert of Trenton, N. J. town.

Miami, and Mrs. J. V. Nowell of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson Joe Torche Jr., 8-year-old son 'Mk .,i ir
Colquitt Ga., and Mrs. Roy Mar- have as a guest for the week, Mrs of Mr. and Mrs Joe Torclse of .
tin of MamL Johnsfln's mother Mrs Minnie Florida City, I* In the Post Grad- \,

Austin of Miami. W. L. John- uate hospital suffering with a )
Miss Antoinette Moye Is spending broken leg received In fall froma
son was a week-end guest of Mr a .
several weeks visiting friends
tree. J
and Mrs. Johnson.
and relatives In Atlanta and other -

t places In Georgia Miss Iva Dyal!, Miss Manic McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Claggett of Miami 1 !
Miss Virginia Frick, Ver- and family have taken the Hobart
:-.' Mrs. Jack Polk and Mrs. H. K. non Turner and Jack Turner returned Brockett cottage on Eight street
Foulk were luncheon guests of to Stetson University after for the winter Mr Claggett Isconnected
Mrs. J. W. Weston in Coral Cables spending the holidays with their with the Florida Powut I
; on Tueiday. parents here. They were accompanied and Light office here.J. .

Misses Maud and Bessie Can- to Deland Sunday by Mr C. Cohernour Is expected this \
and Mrs. E. J. Dyal, who returnedto
ady of Metier Ga., are visiting week from Virginia where he
their brother-in-law and sister, Homestead on Monday visited friends and relatives

.. ...,_Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Bowen, for several Mr. and Mrs. R. E. TImmons of Mrs. Johnny Becker and her WAFFLE IRON I
'" weeks. Lamont, Fla., returned to their son and daughter left Wednesdayfor ,
home Sunday after visiting Mrs a one-week vl.lt.t Cape ,Intriguing' Dew model assure perfect foldei-fcrown waffles every
Miss Marjorie Moser, a studentat Timmons' brothers and sisten-ln- Sable with Mrs. Becker's mother, tlmt. Spread Christmas jay out ever the whole ,ur'. breakfasts j
Southern College In Lakeland, law Mr. and Mrs J. Tom Vann Mrs. Selma Matt.on.
spent the week-end with her parents and Mr. and Mrs J. C. Vann. : SEE YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Moser. Mrs James M. Dobbin was
Mr. and Mrs A Q Raab are brought home from the hospital .w
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heat, who : entertaining during the Christmas Thursday of last week
have been spending the summer : holidays their nephew, Earl II ,roI1.
',./ In North Carolina, returned lastf Macht of Wheaton, Ill., who arrived Misses Isabel and Mary Becker'I II moo 1 i eFla
week for the winter. Sunday e came down from Miami for the \
week-end. .* I I
Clement Russell, who spent the Misses Shirley and Virginia Hill
Thanksgiving holidays here, returned of Miami, were week-end guests
Monday to Southern College of Miss Lucille West. ,
at Lakeland, where he Is a .. ,
freshman. Mrs Vera Summerlln;; ;; and Mrs I JUN E

Leon Burnett and Buddy, all
.,' : son
Mr. and Mrs: Fred Moore of of West Palm Beach returned to. kb

Orlando, were week-end guestsof their home after visiting relatives
Mr and Mrs George Polk. here for the past week.

Mrs E. P. Richter;;; returned to Mrs. G. A. West left Mondayfor

her home In Cairo, Ga., Sunday Eastman, Ga. to visit her I
after visiting her son-in-law and brother, H. M. Dukes, who Is ilL II lid
daughter Mr and Mrs Paul Reynolds I Mr. and Mrs Sam J. Davis have I b q 1 I!
for several weeks. as a guest for a few days, Mrs. : I
Davis' mother, Mn L. N. Snellof .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson of
Goulds announce the birth of a I Miami. -
7-pound daughter Ann Maree., on Jerome Hlckson arrived Tuesday from 1 1SuiJJJnJL
Nov. 30. j from Hanover College In Hanover,
Ind. to spend the holidays with
,Mrs. Oeor-r;;; of Ochopee,
his parents Mr. and Mn. J. L. G.
Visited Mrs Arthur FOil In Na- '
Tanja Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. I a x ;
Arthur Fogle, Jr., and baby spent J
Sunday In Ochopee. : FLORIDA CITY a 'IrS practical la give! gifts .f '
tl'. l .t and lasting ,
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I Mrs. W. W. Seven
ElthUvlnston Aaj a
Miss re- pleasure It's smart I*
turned Sunday from a week-end -.."" t. __ e send a fill from Suttaa'i where '{

*)j- spent on the west coast. She'spent Mr and Mn. H. J. Derbyshire .Quality many has base af the daptadablajawalry karaataI tt 1

Thanksgiving Day at ike oMasonic! of Flint, Mich., who are service years t. Mlaiai' moil
home in St. Petersburg spending the winter in Miami, prominent families,

..i'r Capt and Mrs.- : L.-R. Jacobs arc '

expected to arrive Saturday from PALMS HOTELFLORIDA ,l7 v -- .. r ,
Evansville, Ind., to spend the win-
ter here. CITY

Mn. Charles Camp; ; had as guests Rooms and Modem Apartment* WATCHES BEAUTIFUL1

Tuesday and Wednesday Mr. and Reasonable Rate DIAMONDS I
Mrs. Carl Shlrler of Chicago. Jules JwfMiM, LHU
winos, Waltham, Elfla,
I Harnesses. Bulor a4 i FRICED FROM ''
ether famous makes! .l
ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT; Watches. 'In' Ladies pal Ilj f 25' i-

Spaghetti Dinners 40c ftICID nOlI '

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: Page Eight THE LF ENTERPISE Friday, December 8, 1939 aaa ..

If} among .Social Events in South Dade ORONOposon

;Ii Teachers of the Redland schools Mr. and tra. Joseph Torclre of

-- I Dec. 8 Meeting and election will be honored at the monthlj Florida City an announcing the

i A garden scene welcomed the lln, representative to the Florida of Ad Astra Chapter of 0. X, S, meeting of the Eedland P-T. A. marriage of their daughter, Mary,
president Of the Reb fcah Assembly awembly. Mrs. Capllnger was Dec. 0-Firemen's dance al Thursday evening at ( o'clock In to Anthony Qucciardo of Tampa,
of Florida, M.... Ida Seaiholei recommended for district deputy Homestead Club. the school auditorium A Christmas son of Mr. and Mn. Toro Uucclsrdo -
of Jacksonville at her official president These officer will be Country program hal been prepared. also of Tampa.
1 visit to Liberty Rebekah Lodge installed Jan. 8. Dee. ID-Meeting of Townsend The engagement was announced

Monday flight In the I. O. 0. F. Punch and cookies were served Club In Neva King Cooper school HOMESTEAD rVT. A. TO MEET at ( dinner party given by Mr.

hall. Palm frond, croton and In the banquet hall by. Mn. Florence auditorium at J.30; o'clock. WEPNESO.AFTEaNOON and Mn. Torclse In Florida City
'i polnatttlai were used to transform Pacetti, B C Murphy and Dec. 11-Meeting of Monday The Homestead P.-T. A. will Monday night Only member of
the hall Into I garden, lighted by R. O. Moon. The cast wa entertained 1 I I Music Club, hold its December meeUng.Wednesday the family and relatives were

candid, later at the Tropical Cafe Dec. 13-Musical tea of Ad Aatrs afternoon.President presentThe
Mr. Sesshole entered the! hall by Mr*. Wolfe. Chapter of O. E. S. at home of W. B. Bird announced I marriage will take place in

with H. B. Seattle, grand representative Mr*. Wolfe was general chairman Mn. J. W. English. to the executive committee Wednesday I April
grand Dec. It-Meeting of Homestead that Mrs. W. B. Mill, music -
to the sovereign of the meeting, Mrs. Beattie "(
1 lodge, and she was Introduced by was gift chairman and Mn. A. W. Woman' Club. chairman, hat turned over to[LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS
I Mra O. C. Radford, conductor Jones, decoration chairman.A Dec. 12-Christmas party of the association the sum of $22.30 I ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY
Young Women' W. M. S. Circle. which she and her pupil cleared Plans for Christmas
Mn H. B. Seattle Mra. Blanche reception wa held Monday a party;
Chapman, Mra. Harry D. Wolfe, afternoon at the home of Mr. and Dec. University Club dinner for the piano fund last year. I be held Dec. 20 were made at a
at home of Miss Bertha Nil Mr. Bird contributed $5 to buy
party j meeting of the Legion Auxiliary
C P. i
Mra James Hendry. Mrs Seattle for Mn. Seasholes.
Hausman at 7:30 o'clock. for the association a Christmasbond
old. Frank Wheeler, Clyde Mrs Sue Simon of Jacksonville I | Wednesday evening in Legion
Dec. 13-Meeting of Homestead from the Dade County Tu- hall. The will be covered
i party a
ber and Mr. Hendry orin-I poet laureate of the Florida Re- Association. I
P-T. A jberculosls
dish supper for Legion members
the strain of "In the bchsh Assembly; and Mrs. Ida I
The visual education ,
Dec. II Concert of Homestead chairman .
I and
their families auxiliary member
and danced a minuet The Carr of Miami Inside guardian of
wore colonial costumes the Rebekah Assembly i High School band and glee club at I R. J Hester was Instructed to i{ and their families.
8 o'clock have a minor defect In the moving
,klrts The decorated with I The members voted to donate
hooped porch was
Dec 14-.Redland P-T. A. picture projector corrected. !
money to the Red Cross and to the
While "Let Me Call You crotons, fern, coral vine and meeting.Dec. Mrs M. F. White Mr, T. E
I Homestead High school band for
Sweetheart was softly played potted plant to represent a garden 14-Meeting of Junior Music Kirby, Mr. Ralph Wilson and uniforms.
Mr. Seattle presented the state : Mrs W. E. Rheney volunteered to
1 Club with Valetta I CampbellIn I Coffee and pie were served to
with I set of fiesta Punch was< served from a bowl 20
president Naran,.. take Homestead's allotment of Legion and auxiliary members aftter
dishes and MrWolfo presented banked with tern fronds and gar children to the
y i Dec. Homestead B. P. W. C. underprivileged tho meetings of the two groups.
MM. Barbara Hendry, district den flowen. Christmas dinner party at 6:30 annual Doherty Christmas partyat Those present at the auxiliary
deputy president with a bouquetof After the reception, a banquetwas I, the Miami Biltmore on Dec. 1:1.RAIN' : .
served at the Green Lantern p. m. meeting were: Mrs. Jake Brooks,
flowen Dec. 18-Meeting of Garden Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mri. A. W,
Mrs. Lloyd Delta sang "In an Restaurant Those attending the OR SHINE CLUB
I club In Woman's club building.Dec. Hutchinson, Mrs. W E. Rheney,
Mr. and Mn. F.
Old Fashioned Garden and Catherine banquet were: HONORS MRS. LEE LEHMANThe
party of Mrt. William J. Ceronlmo, Mri
and Mrs. Seattle
Doxs.eplayed J. Cornea Mr, ,
Rohrer and Shirley
Rain Shine Club honored
W. M. S. circles. or -
Harold Sheffield Mn. M. A.
a piano duet, "fire In the Mr*. Eeaihole, Mn. Slsson, Mn. Lee H. Lehman her er.-
Mn. on
Carr, Dr. Irene Ehanklln, Mn. B. Ifr-Meeting of Redland er, Mrs. Frlti Schroeder, Mrs. Phillip -
Forest. I Woman' Club. birthday anniversary at a lunch* Ream, Mrs. Frank Schneider,
ad. O. Branch, Mn. Minnie King, Mn.
Mn. iMiholM rave *n
Dec } -Jennie Lobdell Circle'sChristmas eon and handkerchief shower given Mrs Jean Coasman, Mrs. George
Nick- ?
Mn. Martha
drop pn ''TIId.,. Alma Kopple; by. Mn. Fred Bedd yesterday,
Mrf. Anna Mrs Daisy Chronlster, Mn party ,at borne of Mn. D. BuebJe, MnXamar Kendrlck,
After the enonr
program After Punching at the Green
T. B. Grantham. .
Mri. Fred Bedd, Mr Frank B.
Anna MasfersmUh, Mrs. Harry D.
Measenmlth WM elected BofcU Dec. 10 Lantern,Restaurant, the member
Rotary Club' Christmas
Rue, Mrs Anna Eggert Mltjl
Wolfe, Mrs. Cora Russell, Mrs
grand for the next term of six 710 spent the afternoon .t the horn ..
party in Go.m.n.
p. m. Legion Ruth Fox and Miss Eloise -
i month; Mr. W. D, Maban, *v- Pacetti, Mrs. Capllnger Mn Hall of M.... Carl Deden I .
f' grand; MI... Wolfe, recording see. Chapman, Mrs. Ethel Vandecar.Mr Dec. Christmas party for Member present were: Mn
retaryt Mn. K. B Capllnger, rV Stasholes, Mrs. Carr and W. M. S. Circles Frank B. Rue Mn. W. S. Rheney, Next Wtdnj".t; 8:30 o'clock-

Feudal secreUryt Mrs Chapman, I Mn. Slaaon/ were luncheon guestsof Dec. 20-Legion and Auxiliary Mn. Julian H. Webster, Mrs. H.I the University Club will have a
treuurer: Mrs Radford, Uiree- Mr, and Mr*. Seattle at the Christmas party f P. McDafflel, Mrs C. i. Parman, covered dish upper at the home

year trustee; end Pr Irene thank Tropical Cafe on Monday.the Dec. 21-Meeting of Homestead Mn Frank Skill, Mr. Deden, Mn. of Mia Bertha Nlll Hauaman on

Home Demonstration Club. Lehman and Mn. Redd South Krome avenue.

.: CLUBHOUSE is DECORATED I I club en Dee. J8, It wa an Dec SI-Meeting of Gleaners -

1 FOR GARDEN CLUB MEETING I Ii nounced. Class.

The Woman' Club building was Those present were:: Mr. W. P. Dec 22-Chrlstma* program at

\ attractively decorated for the Fisher Mr. Hobart Brockett, Mrs. Homestead Methodist church. -
meeting of the South Dade Garden William Dunlop, Mn. W. K. Haas, Dee 24-Christmas program at
Club Monday afternoon by Mrs. Hollister Sage, Mrs Grace First Baptist Chruch.
j the hostesses, Mrs. N. O. Ball and MeLt lion Smith, Mn. Annie R. Dec. 28-Meeting of Dorcas

MM Joel J, Robinson, who used Butler Mn. Alma SheUUne Mrs Class.
": Christmas vine (porana panicu Reed, Mrs. Deuel, Mr,. Shepherd THE DIXIE DRUG

late) end hibiscus over the piano Mr. Ruegg, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs FIREMEN SPONSOR I
4 and draped the windows with start Ball and (R<.,:V ughan. 'ftB SATURDAY DANCE JACK FOLK HOWARD JOHNSON
jtsmlne. Local volunteer firemen under Sn oestead. Fla. Phones 30 and 1101

t Mrs. R. J. Shepherd opened the p. w c.ibtcipes the direction of Fire Chief A. C.
TO CLOSE CLUBHOUSEThe Deputy, have arranged to hold
meeting by reading an essay by t
the tint of a series of dance tomorrow DO
George M. Adam on "Plant a Hom,sta4 B. P. W C. de- night st
the HomesteadCountry'
'. Qsfden. Mr Henry Ruegg, for
cided SHOPPING ATStationery
showed Monday night to vacate the Club. A Miami orchestra CHRISTMAS
the flower committee, building it has,
called Hospitality will provide the music. Dancing
specimen of trumpet creeper House ,sod t4 tore the furnishIngs will begin at 10 o'clock. HI 7 PRIJ STORY
(Tacoma Radjlcani) also cteroden-
drum and .thpwer of gold. until a Paw locution Is found. The profit, if any, will g, .tq t rtCwid..AW"alla.a.A0"so.
A Christmas tor Dee
party Jfl the tlnmtn'i treasury.
: Mn. George E Deuel, chairman ,

t of the conservation cosnmtttee,
root en article, "Preserving Holly

i sing Pine in Florida and the .). W.
i lforth." Paymus c a..s.s.W .onomi" .%m'o slowly.t brae
Cuke and coffee were enjoyed. Pay'sSltl s. Ow w gift MA raw .t w ye. to
i red Ito e'. .loop a ..wig. C ,wft.w via*
Mr*. Harry D. Wolfe and Mrs.A. : R.wL
I O.e slop
W. Jones will be hostesses to I H. MIAMI AVE, A MIAMI FLA.


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pzlr.,01.64.asil Plan ._ _'_w.". fOe 10 I3JOso
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I Humidor ---.. ... $3.71 '
SWEATERS, COATS HATS J ,2.11.. in.tt Cempocla ... _..... |9e to ,2.'fI :
I Perfumes SJc to $10 ;

Handkerchiefs ._ boo to flII
DRESSES, SLACKS Ties "_ .n _-
Toilette gets Desk gets $1 to $2.25Porifollee.

hi ... tItnQI'" w6 ,.. SLACK ........ II.IS
SUITSCHILDREN'S ft to S1I.SOf Desk: Pads .... IllS
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Razor. Set ___. 49o to 15
t .asf i. Uwfl WA awelfaal COATSA
Electrle Raton ..__. IS to 115
i ai DOM*. W. IMaMo4Ifceltoa Men's Sets Cocktail Sets .. $125

I Tb rmkj.e Croqilgnole Trsy*.. .. $1 to f50II

WarnHIKE'S I U &e 11740 FounUI Pea ._'n". .. to |10
..eal cloaca 71... NubotIJe Col.Nod" T PRICES I Pencils 490 to I4.J .

Desk Lamp .. I1.SO

3 MAUTY Clock ... .__ .n SIIe to I5.9S

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December 8, 19.19 THE LEADER.ENTERPISE Pare Nine ]

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\ JI\ p DOLLS AND SCRAPS NEEDED JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLVB Franklin Green, Mr*. Pau) Lpsner, ,
Those who have doll* to donate Junior Woman' Club of Oxford, Mrs. L. T. Proctor, Mrs.
I" ?IMINx ?M.xNwIxN1 x.IIN NNxn-xINIxxNI.INNNNNxIINNINNNMN to the Christmas Cheer csommlt- Homestead voted *4 its mating Richard Huff Mrs. Auguitu

ildRS. FRANK SCHNEIDER IS ELECTED ::1'' tee and those who have scraps Monday evening to give $25 to the Wynn, Mr. Bruce lr\nl.. Mrs. .,. ( ; ,y

HEAD OF AD AMA CHAPTER 0. E. S., suitable for doll clothe or stuffed Christmas Cheer fund and $10 to Ovid Turner.Sullivan Mrs. Robert Mrs Glenn Margaret, Jr., (,.l' ;
toys are to take them as In former the Red Cross. E. eShererd
Mrs T. J. Walker, Mrs. R.
J Mrs. Frank Schneider was elect..M'A.: Berger Mr*. Harold Sheffield yean to Mrs. V. M. Grennell, head Due to Illness of thl acting Mrs Rudolph Mattson. ; i
:;d worthy matron and W. B, Caves, Mn. Frank Morris, Mrs of the WPA sewing project In the treasurer, the report pf the cabaretwas Mrs. Dendy, Mill Norma Goss- S
jworthjr! patron of Ad Astra Chap. Herbert Katz, Miss Hazel Sullivan,; Future Farmer clubhouse, accordIng not given. man Mist Ellen Huff and Miss ;
to an announcement made Those present were Mrs. Jam, \.
Mt pf (X B. S. at a meeting Mon. Miss Helen Livingston, Miss Alice Wednesday at the Homestead P.- Bird, Mrs. E. A. Buchanan Mrs. Whitaker. of;. i j I
day night In the I, O. O. F liall.In. Macomber, Charles G. Turner and T. A. executive committee meet W. B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. Robert Cas '.
R. W. Mulllni wag elected J. W. English I ing. Sube Mr*. Alma Doxsee Mrs. WANT ADS PAYHomestead's

__jclaU matron; R. O. Moon, as-
[(toclate patron; Mn W. B. Caves,
secretary; Mrs. Chas. O. Turner,

treasurer: Mn. / W. English, conductress All Adither

; and Mrs. A. B. Meybem,
.associate conductress.
Present besides those named I
were: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Living-
lion, Mr. and Mrs. Edw Norman, Its Newest Restaurant Has Its Ii
Jr., Mrs. George W. Turner, Jr.,I +
(Mr*. L. L Bow, Mrs. Lloyd Deitz,
Mrs. R. O Moon, Mrs. T. OrCa.l i Opening Saturday
nedes Mrs E. L. Lawrence, Mrs

December Ninth ,

MUSICALE, FOR TUESDAYThe And all Homesteaders, Redlanders and their country
Ad Astra Chapter of the
0, E. S. will present a musical at
the home pf Mrs. J. W. EEngllsh i cousins from the surrounding: communities are
u o'clock. II .
Mrs. Redd 1* In charge INVITED TO VISIT
of the program which will consist
jof: piano solos by Mrs. Julian H. You Will Be Cordially Welcomed .M
{Webster, Miss Mary Grace Engfllsh r
Miss Mary Frances Rutland, *
C. Flagler Rice and Dale Faust; +
'vocal solos by Mrs. H K. Foulk,
.Mrs. T. L. Hodges and J. Q. Caldwell Mother's problems now, for she'll say to the family: ,
/ vocal duets by Mrs William "
Musselwhite and Mrs. W. M. Fl- WE'RE DINING AT THE
field and Mrs. Lewis Branden- ::1
i fcurg and Mrs.Lloyd Deitz; a violin .-
duet by Mrs. Herman Mark and
''Roy Nelson; an instrumental duety
,' Dr. Carl Robinson and George Bamboo TavernSAMPLE
M Frlck; a reading by Mr. S. L. i
West; an accordion solo by "Vir
,Inla Walker; trombone solos by
Willard Norman; and male quartette MENU
plumbers by Virgil, Harold, I .
'Irving and Don Lyon. I Always Ready from "Noon Till Nine"
vAccompaniiU will be Mrs. Wal-

/fer Talbott; Mrs. Webster, Mrs. I MONDAYBroiled Lamb Chops ......?............ 65c \
'Redd and Miss English.
| A silver offering will be taker ,, TUESDAY Corned Beef and Cabbage ......,,,- 50c

4 WEDNESDAY-* Roast Loin of Pork, Apple Sauce 60c

EPISCOPAL GROUP TO HOLD J THURSDAY Prime Roast Ribs pf fleef (65c

}t A food and candy sale will beheld \ ,, ;. ..c FRIDAY-Fried Fish Dinner ....................... 50c

iorth Saturday of the Bird on Chevrolet Krome avenue place, .;. ; : SATURDAY'Meat Palls sense Spaghetti ............ 50c

by the Women' Auxiliary of StJohn's. \ ':. :" : With, Italian Sauce and Cheese .
Eplswpal Church ;flan '
for it were made at a meeting held ."- .. Above order served wild vegetable salad{, drink and bresdbwHefSaturday ,
.Friday afternoon at the home. of .. '
Mrs. R. F. Blackford. .1 y ... ,
r Mrs. R. W. Klngman read a poem Night Strew( :: ,
after the business period.
i- Mrs. Kingman and Mrs. Julian Hot Roast Turkey Sandwich 25c ',?sue'
will have charge of the sal*. Tpaited\ 6c Extra .* .
.i Those present were: Mrs. C. P. ,
.Jackson, Mrs. George H Wake- c "We cannot ALWAYS pbllge but we 'CAN afway speak obligingly". .
field, Mrs W.. K. Haas, Jr., Mrs '"
Lea H. Lehman, Mrs'J. A. Hooks,
Mrs W. J. Clark, Mrs. Richard I iIo ; Bamboo Tavern Suggestions
'Huff, Mrs. A. R. Singleton, Mrs. :' .: To Order ,
Ruth L. Scott Mrs. Klngman, Mr. I .. .'
Julian, Miss Mary Jackson and ; ;.,. : Broiled Sirloin Steak _._. ; fill :
Mrs. '. .
Blackford. : : Fried Spring Chicken _.. ._. __' no.IS I
" .r MISS ROSE MART- HUTTON ".' : Broiled Lamb ClIo \" '" 10 ',' ___._ !.

ENTERTAINS AT PARTY : Fried .r Broiled Fish r, : -V- .75
( Miss Rose Mary Hutton was Sandwiches ;. -r- :
hostess at a scavenger hunt and I ,_ Grilled HamburgerFrench _..10-$8 ,
(wiener roast at her home In Na- I
rahja on Friday of last week. .. Fried Potatoes vegetable Salad. Bread and Butter
Guests present were: Miss Maud Hot Dog on Roll -lte
Candy, Misses Phyllis and Cath- Coffee, Tea, Milk or Buttermilk Served with above orders
erine Bell, Miss Norma Andrews, I Hamburger on Bon _, H>eLettuce
Assorted Cold Platter the
Miss Phyllis Jensen, Muss Betty
Ann Marshall, Miss Dora Scott, I and Tomato _.1Sta
Persian Lime lie lOe Home Made Apple Pie He
Miss Fay Campbell, Miss Jean
Eby, Miss Lucille West, Clyde i Swiss Cheese .--__ too
II Howard Johnson's Ice Creams lie Cone Se and le '
Chambers, Bill Campbell Robert
and Eugene Bell Alvin Prothero, Fish Saod-weh _---J..I Howard Johnson'a Frown Pudding 15e
R. B. Zinker, Charles Thompson, .
Robert Rivers and A. T Davis. Baked Ham _____'** Beef Stew with Vegetables tie Ctlle Con Came tte

MRS. DAVIS HOSTESS Cold Rout Beef .,.__..,..._. ,..He Bacon and Egg fee Ham and Egg bee

TO KCDLAND CIRCLE j Ham Cheese C. hinalion.zJcCold Tout and Coffee Tout and Coffee
Mrs ,
Sara J- Davit entertained
the member of the Redtand l
Neighborhood Circle at her homeon Rout Turkey -T.-""",-So Hoi Cakes tOe with Syrup

Tuesday afternoon. MIL George Club sandwich .4J. Coffee Se Iced Tea Se Milk lOo .Buttermilk lie Tea per Pet Ito .;
gave a reading and Mrs.
Davis played a violin solo accompanied Second cup of coffe served If desired without Extra charge
by Mrs. W. E. Gaby, $23
Christina carol followed. .. "\'
"Trifle make perfection bat perfection Is no trifle"
Mr* J. \ Rotherham wail H
hottest to the circle on Jan. >

1t Lawrence Those present Scott, Mrs.were J. C.Mrs.Gopp J., .' No Cover Charges U. Highway 1, Reservations Will Be AppreciatedAt

Mrs. L. N. Snell, Mrs. Wright Mn. Any Time By the Water Tower at Homestead, Fla. Phone Homestead 77
Rotherham, Mrs. Gaby, Miss Eva

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n Page Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, December 8, 1939t

Saunden, Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. Reliable Information About Ancients
r ADDITIONAL SOCIALEVENTS, Fltzhugh Mrt. Brown Beam, Mrt. I
Charles Martin, Mn. M. P. Wai- Found in Rubbish Archaeologist
t tom, Mn. S. T. Gorday, Sr., Mrs. I Says
, ,f KAPPA PHI DELTA SORORITY GIVES J. W. Garrett, Mrs. W, B Caves,
by throwing discarded material into
$: KID PARTY FOR PLEDGES AND SPONSOR I Mn Rogers Leonard and Mrt.Cannlngton Morgan. Mrs.Mrs.O. ton after generation hat ener'.1 streets has aided scientists to a

I H. Easter and Mrs. W. W. Wood-I greatest fount of authentic I I great extent In obtaining true historical -
A kid Elizabeth and and Mrs. ation concerning lives, habit data. The rubbish Is In
j party was given by Kappa Dorothy Kyle son were new members
I and history of the ancients and hn one place and each generation
' Phi Delta sorority \last night at I Misses Edith and Edna Becker Gotch Kufeldt and Mrs. KerU were
been the source of proving leaves which
I Miss Elizabeth Mcllwaln. Mist visitors. many a strata provides
,. the WPA park. The party was I Lucille West, John Whit'hard, be held facts let forth In the Bible and sort of a historical continuity."
given In honor of the sponsor, )'lrI.1 I i Fred Borgardt, Whitney Beam Plans for a party to other historical oooka, said the Archaeological research has revealed -
shortly after Christmas were discussed
Ansel Barrow, and the pledges Rev.[ Gkerge E.!: Barton, Ph. D, L.
Roy Martin, John Walton, Carl of Circle much important history of
'I at the meeting
r Mist Yvonne Pollard, Miss Nina Deden, James Redd, Tommy Mof- Two Tuesday evening at the homeof L. D., noted archaeologist, in an ,' Biblical times that was not reported -
Bullard, Miss Frances Lamb Miss I fett, Roy Campbell, Stanley Jen- Mrt. J. R. Chambllss. address before the Redland DIstrict I' either In the Old or New
r f Betty Jane Meybem, Miss Katherine ner, Gwln Warren Noah Peter- The hostess served hot chocolate Ministerial Auoclatlon in the recreation Testament, Dr. Barton said. A
Marsh and Miss Wava Hor- Harold hall of the First Baptist I number of
son, William McMlchaeL and cake.Present sayings of Christ, not
Campbell Marvin Prltchard Church of Homestead Tuesday i In the Bible were found scrawledIn
ton.Children's I.n-I : Mrs Cards Fread.
were morning. .
were played burn Nixon Emory ancieint Hebrew on I small
garnet I Mrs. J. C. Vann, Mrt. W D. Home Dr. Barton, who retired after
Charles Little Rufus Sullivan piece of discovered In
during the evening. papyrus
i Mrs. Emma Wright, Mrs. AnnieR.
nearly a half century o' work in
Those Invited were Mr. and I I Pierre McDaniel, Wade Smith I I Egypt and believed to have been
Butler, Mrs Ora Frazeur, Mrs.
laid be
archeology, to one of the
Mrs. Robert Cassube, Mr. nnd Mrs.'James Hardey Howard West, 000 yean old,, he said. A large
Burrow, Miss Jane Gatlin Miss I[;Billy Moffett, Robert Gauzens, El. E. L Lawrence, Mrs. Chambllss greatest living authorities en the majority of event recounted In
I and Mrs. S. A. Turner, a new memo ubject. He ii the author of 49
Louise Barnes, Miss Erf' Mae I win Cooper, Billy Walton, Herbert the Bible have been proved In ex
ber. books, which contain
Waters Miss Jeanette Campbell, ||'Booth, Eugene Sanuders, Edward I till accountsof cavations. The original script of
Mist Rachel Cowman, Midi Edwlna ;Kirby, Ross Reitz, J. T. Godwin Circle Two and Circle Three his research in Africa Europe St. John's gospel, written on
Close, Miss Constance Hunter ,Fred Chapman, Clinton Bishop, held a short business session after and Asia Minor. Much of his research papyrus, was discovered In 1901,
Miss Lois Carpenter, Mist Edna Fred Fuchs. Theodore Knowles the week of prayer program at has to do with verification Excavations at Jerusalem have
C Forte, Miss Annette Campbell, I Harry Martin Elmer Martin James the church on Wednesday. of Biblical history. been In progress since 1863 and
Miss Kathleen Freeman MUn Mar- Sullivan and Billy Hobbs Circle Five completed sewing "By careful study of pottery have revealed human history datIng
r jorle Conner Miss Louise Pa- The pledges will be honored ata scraps together for a quilt at Its fragments, for Instance, It is.pos- back almost to the stone die,
Otttl Miss Bonnie Groover, Miss slumber party at the sorority meeting Tuesday evening at the 11114 to determine mnro about the I Dr. Barton said. The history of the
Virginia Dor.PoMI I'"* MArv clubhouse Saturday night home of Mn. D. R. Snyder In Red- lives of ancient peoples thnn[ Holy City itself, now Is an open
-- -- lancL., The quilt will be sent to through the writing ol contemporary book to scientists through excavating
I' ) the orphanage in Arcadia. lulhors," Dr. Barton sail. and study of tombs. One of
CHRISTMAS: PARTY I I i gan on Monday, Mrs. J. C. Vann "Decorttlons on Jhs fragments his most Interesting translationswas
The W. M. S. of the Homestead I'on Tuesday; Mrs. C O. Robertsonon I
'I' '' MUSIC CLUB TO MEET und the workmanship, reflect to a poem written on a clay tab-
: Methodist Church will have a Wednesday; and Mrs R. E. BURTON HOME: the trained eye the style of homes, let about 1300 B. C., Dr. Barton
Christmas! party Dec 19, It was ,'Edwards Thursday. Mrs Harry AT kind of cooking utensils and musi said. The tablet was found In
decided at a meeting held Tuesday Schaubergcr will preside today. The Monday Music Club will Instruments and ether informa- Has Shamara mound in Arabia
afternoon.The I The Sunbeams, under the direction meet Monday afternoon at the tion about the mode of living in along with many other archaeo-
I i party will be held In the' of Mrs. Howard Johnson home of Mrs. J. L. Burton. Mrs the period in which the pottery logical valuables.
G. A. under the direction of Lonnie Hood Mrs. A. W. Hutch-
Sunday school building. A committee the was used. The poem was written on order
composed of Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Gordon Ivey and Mrt. J. R. Inson Mrt. A. M. Logan and Mrs I "The ancients'. propensity for (Continued on Page Eleven)
Holding, Mrs Bessie Showalter Pope the Y. W. A. under the direction H. C. Nichols will be hostesses -
and Mrs. J. A. McNeill of Mollie of Mrs James Hudson and Each member Is Invited to bri.ig.
I t Wlngute Circle; Mrs Virgil Lyon the R. A. under the direction of a guest and It asked to notify
I Mrs. George Ranson and Mrs C. Frank Mcllwaln, had charge of the one of the hostesses.

I D. Eakers of Pearl Davis Circle; prayer meeting Wednesday eve "",".".""......."."""....."","' ""...""...,,,,,,,,,"
I and Mrs. C. Hagler Rice. Mrt Casper ning.
Williams and Mrt Lewis Homestead Girl ScoutsThe ) !

:, ji Brandenburg of Marian Fleitas CLUB TO HOLD JOINT "".'"".....".......""" '"'..".-"'''.........-.....
Circle will plan all arrangements CHRISTMAS DINNER

.. for the party. The Woman's Club of Home Girl Scouts' annual Christmas -
(t A box was packed to send to the stead and the Junior Woman's party will be held at 2:30: next t HOW. ,
orphanage at Benson Springs. Cluh of Homestead plan to holda Friday afternoon at the home oMrt. ..
The society voted not to reorganize joint dinner on Dec. 18. Frank Skill.
The Scouts will have tag day on
i the circlet until next Members of the senior club ABOUT
Saturday for the Christmas thee
I, ,.ear.' who plan to attend are asked to
Present besides notify Mrs. Joel J. Robinson or
those named
Skill Mrs. James Hudson
Mrs. J. D. Redd .. B. I:. Gatlin. Mrs. ?
, were: Mrs. J. J. and Mn. Russell Home will spent AN ESTIMATE
: Richards, Mrt. E S. CapUnler.I Junior members are asked to the week-end camping at Jupiter
I \ Mrs B M Hlndman, Mrs. A. M. get In touch with Miss Pearl They will receive training from
i \ Logan Mrt. H. M. Gibbs Mrt. Whitaker.W. the national camp director, Mrs
, ( Roy Mondroff, Mist Jennie Lob- Gillard.
i ; dell and Miss Helen Livingston.W. M. U. CIRCLE DECIDESON


WEEK. M. V.OF OBSERVES PRAYER Mrs. Pete Morgan was hostess G. 0. Brewster, M. D. Have you wondered what the home
to Circle One of the W. M. U. of -
A week of prayer It being observed the First Baptist Church of Home- Eye, Ear. Ness and Throat you'd like to build would cost?
by the members of the .tend. at Its monthly meeting Tues- Treatment
Woman's Missionary Union of 'the day evening Mrs. L. A. Wise con-
First Baptist Church of Homestead ducted a'devotlonol program.. The Glares Fitted

this week. group decided to hold its meetingsIn OfflM ..... I .. It ... air
The programs during the week the evenings for several months. .......-. ,Why not inquirer We'll be 'glad to

are based on the work of Lottie Mrs. A. D: Rogers will be hostess Office >t Mnrar ..... An.IMM ...
Moon, a missionary to the Far to the circle on Jan. 2 at her home dm give you figures-and some very
East. The offerings are tent to Those present were: Mrt. J. D.
: :foreign missions Greer, Mrs. L. A. Wise, Mrs. Frank Berate**. riwMl' practical pointers on making your

i Circle leaders have had charge Irwin Mn. Hennie Smith, Mrt. *.(. N... Mil
"dream home" true.
t -t of the programs: Mrs. Pete Mor- Everett Douberly, Mrs. C. E.!: come

t You may discover) that you can afford

: I JACK THE WELDER I of convenient to build at monthly once) on the payments FIIA Plan!

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. = A phone call will bring cur representative .

to explain how we can aid you

.,0 1 DIESEL MANIFOLDS : to obtain an FIIA loan either for new

VENTILATING FANS i construction or) for "streamlining1

0: s 11 1 your present home.



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riday December 8.1939 TIlE LEADER-ENTERPISE Page Eleven J

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II _, The Redland Rattler I LEWIS 'VRANA. =- CLASSIFIED' ADS e;

By PHYLLIS JENSEN I The Redtand F. F. A. executive RATE: lint insertion 10* a One; subsequent Insertion 1

.. -_. ..."_-_. ".,..,..Na?'' .. ". ,committee met Monday night Dee. 3, a lint ,
'4 7:30 -------- ---
t't'Cla ; at p. m. in Redland Vocational '
"r Agriculture building to finish -I MISCELLANEOUS: 11
I Churches and Schools The Supreme Court has been or- up the chapter program of FOR RENTONE

ganized. Marjorie Lewis Is chief I work for the year 1939-40. I RENT: YOUR HOUSE-fumuhed j

The art room at Redland Is Justice and Lydia Vlhlen.vM.rl* 1 Present at the meeting wereRex : unfurnished house, two bedrooms or unfurnished. I have year

nothing short of a Santa's gift Bashor Howard Crouse, Mary I Romine, Willis Vlck Harold front porch living room round client Benjamin W. 1

ihop The gifts! include tapestries Engel and Buddy Lindgren are the.Hampton H. A. Aman, Estel Lee,1 dining room, kitchen and bath Morris registered real estate .. j

plaques, decorated paper plates, associate Justices I William Hampton, Lewis Vraua W a month or for Mia, $1110O. I broker, N. Krome ave., next to

plaster part silhouettes hanker- I;land our adviser, Mr. M. A Ddkrr.1 tarro Benj. W. Morrto. (n7tf) Baptist Church. julttf)

chief cases, pin holden,, calendars 'GIRLS' CLUB HAS OUTING I We enjoyed refreshment afterthe I

and linoleum block Christmas The Girls' Club enjoyed a wiener meeting and adjourned at FOR RENT-iTlirnlshed houi SEE AND BUY at flnanklm Varie.

cards. I roast at the apartment of Miss,,945 Apply at Dr. M. A. Berger's residence ty: Grove, West Florida City.

,The art department Is making Small on Wednesday night, Nov' o'clock.BARTON Tenth: and Krome ave. fa7tf)
also two Christmas murals for 29. Mrs. Charles Barnes, Mn. Al- |
(s 2tf) WANTED
community churches an immense bert Campbell and Mrs. Franklin j!i '

screen for the Redland stage and Cash assisted her After the outIng -! I
HAVE client who
(Continued From Page Ten) FOR SALEFOR will buy If
several maps and murals on the the girls enjoyed "Unexpected j your place suit and 1* priced .j
school walls. It is the desire of Father" at a theater. a king who decreed that a UI right Please '
the art department to be felt The girls present were: Kathleen(brary be formed for the perpetuation SALE-On Redland Road listings to Eleanor or phone Froscher your

throughout the school and community Wagner, Kathleen Campbell Marie of his greatness. The authorof abort distance south of RedlandWoman's Overseas HiglrVay I So. of Home-, 4a

for art is indeed a useful Rogers, Rose Mary Henning- the poem conceived his own Club, cottage! Partly stead. Ph. 520-J. n-3-24 1

subject ton, Bertha Mae FUgg, Alice Kirk, alphabet of 29 letters, Dr. Barton furnished. For sale at give-away --- .d

f. Peggy O'Brien, Elsie Sprlngfels, said but the character are so slmillar price. See Wm. J. Ceronlmo Le- TUTORiNG WANTED high ;

Redland Defeats Gesu Sarah Vihlen and Marian Deccer. I to Habrew that deciphering lion Tag office, Homestead. school and grade school subject.
was comparatively easy. Daniel (d8tf) Mr '
H. J.
Armstrong A. B.
With Score of I was the hero of the the
22 to 17 poem, Plummer .
Miss Small Kathleen Wagner! FOR SALE-40 Tom Barren English drive and Country
|theme of which was the bottle be-
and Ann Shackleford motored to I I \ White Leghorn pullet,, 7 Club road.CLEAN .
twen good and evil
List Tuesdat Redland had I
the Riverla Gardens Wednesday I months old, just beginning to -
its first game with Gesu. The Dec. 6, to learn the art of using The description of the country lay. $1.23 ea. fold separately, $1 RAGS WANTED
where later Biblical I Will
22 to 17 in favor of Red- i history was
score was
a pantograph to make art silhou- for quick tale of lot. Phone between exchange subscription advr
land. I made was unusually rich and,
ettes. 12-130: 304-J Home- tiling for clean ,
grTh preliminary between the |vivid Dr Barton said. Much' stead. (pd8)) rags Leader.
Junior high team and the B team i- r

was won by the junior team, 22 ELEMENTARY NOTES FOR SALE-One Barred Rock ;
to IB.k The first grade under. Mrs. Magdalene' was born and grew to cockerel, 9 months old. Mrs. LEGAL

Redland Alumni played the Fletcher Is taking down Thanksgiving I womanhood and these descriptions'fit Arthur Harris Rocltdalc (pdB ,

Florida City Methodist Church decorations and are puttingup the modern day sites, he said. PROCLAMATION. .(,A,71'cHOTICI: OPFl d(
with a victory of 23 to 17 in theAlumni's Christmas Dr. Barton will address the next These are away below even to- NOTICE' IS HrKKHY GIVEN that a
meeting of the association set for day's low j rlcei. Owners are (;-... Flrrllnn will b* hM. and eondutM
favor. Mrs. Vlhlen's class, when asked I| |>t I'. City Hull In UM City erf Hum..M.d.
,Jan. 2. The meeting will be open anxious to selL Presentdayvalue ,Florid MI TumUir January I, late, I.rd. .
f" It looks a* if It was Redland's
if they glad to be back In .
were .
.... .
to laymen, It was announced. Is far above offered price: will the Charter of the ..
nightt school, voted "yes" 100 per cent, City of H_M4, Florida, for the .l..-
Friday afternoon Dec. 8, Red- including the teacher. I 50 ACRES pine land In excellent .lion fouMtltnt of Ik* following named ottfom sad

land will play Miami High at 3:30: Miss Sayers' pupils have preserved ICIIEVROLET SALE location oiled road and power OM MUM.
O'clock. : line: only $20 per acre or $1000 flv _..II..n.
their star fish. It died one .
tad thai the toll b* or M4 at t
s,' day last week. cash .'clock A. M. end .shall b* elowd it unfair .

B>Th home ec class started cookIng Arlene Humphrey of West Point. IN NOVEMBERSHOWS HOUSE and 80-foot lot In Home- The* on following Mid d.named r. Modern b*.* WMctulr

last Monday Next week the Ala., has entered the fourth grade stead, jigs 12 rooms, only $1300; appointed .. Clark u4 liMpHtora

members will make Christmas In geography the class is studying must be all cash. 10 Howard l-OKdlK-l Lamb Hid 1':1..110.,' l

decorations find candies. "Hlrf in Arabia." BIG GAIN II. A. CAMERON: M... A. R. &.1.ln.._.
.... f Rnmkvr. .. Impactors,
Book marks are being made In Phone 72 Homestead. Ma. W. R Caves. .. Clark.
jf MM:Rausman; ;going to attend the fourth grade to save the cor- (n 1711)FOCR NOTICE: IS FURTHER alVJtN that .
Detroit Dec. 7.
i -Retail tales of all paranoia who pua.aa5 1M .Itf.-
,the state home economics meeting ners of the pages. '.'',_.. .- voting In a a....... Elation,
ove" : new Chevrolet passenger cars and GREAT BUYS nd who .hull ban wldxl III the
i 4n Tallahassee the week-end. Gloria Woodruff has moved < City
toj{ trucks for the 10-day period ending .r C"pIMtf, KluNd, .luring the illmonthi
Miami where she Is to I Only $1,000, Fair frame house, 8
tr planning ] l Not pnotdlni the shall
Nov. 20
maintained their :::'k.n4.
Miss Small was ill at her home enter school. Ann McGath Is. acres grapefruit, big producingtrees have nttfUr4 In the <*, t
{steady Increase over 1938 according of amid City o( 4lumi M4 M i.s.t ten
Monday, due to an injury to her entering from Atlanta. some avocados, oranges. : ,1101 I dm prior (., ..Id ll...ll.n. ...... b.
arm.i.Mrs.. ...... ...._....).".......). to figures by Central Office $1200 Fair 4-room frame house, 7 ',..lit...... to vnl. In ,.//d .....k....
READ'THE i i here today. A gain of 14.3 per cent land and 13 Tin City Cloth of the City of H.......""...,
WANT ADS acres garden acres Florida. h hrrrhy dliwtod to publl.h UitoXntiM
over the Nov. 10-20 period of 1938 .. .. .
Nettles fruit land. of Elrrthtil In a n.. pr or nvw*
our librarian
was was reported with, the announcement B...... publtelu-4 In tho Coy of Horn
ell at her home Wednesday.While 4jI:1 I $2500, 8 acres grapefruit, 7 acres ._., bavliw' a general ,1."I.Unto In Mid
that 29,684 new cars and Valencia oranges, 13 acres fruit city on" n wmh for four .nt.wiiUyrail .
f. trucks delivered to !*. the flint publlratlun to b> made
were owners
i land oiled road and
in Tampa over popular power not In lh.. thirty day prior to Uw ate
Cafe during the same period this year line, no buildings. of amid ElvUon
.th. holidays, study hall teacher
-:1 Tropical I.f i New car and truck tales for the DATED!: till 4th day of Dooem".D.,
8 neat
Mr. Stanley, purchased a 1940 $5000, acres grove, cottage logo.
month of November to date showeda
house and At.t'
Ford coupe. : t doors north city hall large packing garage. .
!: similarly high gain over last IL A. CAMERON IL : IDWARDi T. / HARRIS
City Clark Mayor
['ATTEND STUDENT MEETINGThe HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA'Regular >I year the figures indicate the total Phone 71 Homestead, Fla (nlOtf (City of Winnowed Sr.ll.
of 39,378 being 14.4 per cent ahead I Dw. a. ...t.\

following representativeswent 50c (,of he total at this time last year.Especially -
to the Dade County Federa- dinner ...... eTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'rTTTTTTTEXPERT ,
significant, Index
| as an -
tion of Student Councils Miami' .
Beach Senior High School at; Helen Plate lunch ....... .... 33c : of business revival throughout NEWT G. BALL .
the country were the figures ,
Pops, La Nelle I
Rogers, Buddy
showing trurk sales gains in the
Lindgren Charles Burr Howard I Mn. Florence Kercado, 'rop. I NOTARY PUBLIC
last 20 days. Chevrolet's commercial -
Crouse and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. ,
car department reported

Ooley. !retail sales of 11. 96 units ss Fire Insurance and BARBERINGHAIRCUT

CHEER LEADERS ATTRACTIVE 1 against 8.183 during the same per-

,' Redland is very proud of Its Turner's Funeral Home iod In 1138. This gain, amounting Kindred Lines
cheerleader to 41.6 per cent, was pointed to as
They will lead
our I
...... 40c
!I indicative of general
team to victory by just looking tl-H>AMBULANCE SERVICE a Improvement a

pretty. The costumes are as pretty In business conditions, since AJ N. Krome Ave. SHAMPOO 40c
I Lady Attendant ......
both business
is you will find anywhere.SOPHOMORES Industry and retail 4
I II Phone S64-R H'imeitefd. Ira.:9n I are heavy users of commercial
MASSAGE ...... 40c
GO SKATING equipment A total of 8,417 trucks .- t
A wiener roast was enjoyed at was sold' in the 10-day period ending -

J Matheson Hammock and skating at E Nov 20. Homestead's Oldest

, the Venetian Roller Rink by the Used car sales likewise held to I Harbor Shop BUSH'SBARBER ,

: sophomore girls and their guests. the upward course which has char

I' Mrs. W P. Cash and Mrs. R. A. acterized the Chevrolet sales graph

I Cash were chaperons.NATURQL. b aaam.wf asNtnoLidasNtn i since introduction of 1940 models.l D. L. BOWEN
? y
own" For the first 20 days of November

1939, the total sale of 74,344 units'|

GAS I n"n"I Is 15.2 per cent ahead of the 64-,j HAIRCUT. .... 100 SHOP

S14 units sold by Chevrolet dealers SHAMPOO __.___ .. too
FOB COOKING AND l aQ{ ..00tl in the same period of 1938.1 MASSAGE 40o '

WATER HEATING dapI Used car sales for the second 10- j COOL AND SANITARY N. KROME AVE. :

'Y, D. LYON PHONE 5< e or day period of the month this year i', I
Expert and courteous ...nice.A .
Homestead FIe.tfDr totalling 38,883, topped the first'' I
trial will De .
10 days by 9.7 per cent, a lain I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUA
JACKS N LLE'S of 3,422 units.EXPERT. I I ; I I A

Leonard W. Haskln' LEADING HOTEL -- .

...11.1.. I. Rye I

a.1 hand rabbi .d amid d. 1&omml.b.ametaa 60SIiMMER EDWARD STRING!

I4i w. r. Fine at, I 9-W,
..plol.ly Alt COMFORT a." as mill and
.... ..c- M .b.. w wan, Prompt service on all
.assn sod T..d. beads comy bed
Nmen m4.a.eLay. makes specializing on
a..a.,M nwww..r same ;
General Insura (
I automobile radios Estate Oe


CimOrRACTOKBenw newer Bid- Cor. Palm Ave. s rid. Ave. B Florida City Fla.

BIeI,. n aesta1i. Odin A L hand habit Florida r UO "ij Mt-J AND HUMr
064 emm oaamse-eel.hm..bt Homestead I

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: Franklin Blue

INTERESTIN ; Special 1, gibbon

DEMOCRACY Fresh Ground RN KLI N Oleo

Coffee 1110di Margarine

Flnt steps In move to spread] Lb.15C Lb. 15c
knowledge of the precept and
ideal. of democracy through the
Jtedland District, M a mean of Factory Pack MAXWELL HOUSE Any Brand3TallCansfor..l9c
prtvcntiHC the entrance bf Uh-
/ American Ideal, was started by "an 110a AWA
the Redland Di.trleLlonl Club at MwLvypam
a meeting Tuesday night IL 0 PE
: Th greater portion of the meetIng
was devoted to a round table '
dllClllllmD Ih which Carl Wagner, the Can 25C
it principal of Redland High school, 5Lbs. 25C
?; was chairman Moet of the mem- u
bm who spoke voiced the opinion '
that foe of democracy an RICH CKEAMTSPRY KLEEi bKANDTABLE QUAlC'ER

upon seeking which to destroy our the country principles was 3 Lbe SALT Puffed Wheat i

4 founded and concurred In KirWacncfa 53c

lit a campaign tunatldii"of cnLghtment'to participate Can 2 Pkgs. 6. ..r 10..10._ 5e Regular ?kg.lo : tOe

After the discussion the membership -
voted to divide the 81 members CLIQt'OT tLUB SPUTS-Pl. fettle depeatt DOLE'S QUAKER
Into croup of ten each, over
which a leader will be appointed.
"( ', These group art to hold regular GINGGRBLEifc PiJ.1eappleSpears OATS
meeting In home and other designated -
I Tall Can .. .. . 22c Giant
place for the purpose of Carton : Size ... 19cl
discussing democracy and kindred
"W learn by talking, and this
Inter-changa of idea will SALAD DRESSING APRICOTS Peas ;
strengthen our love of country and

give strive ut for greater the better moral in courage civic life to," .: QUARTS _m 32c No. 2% Can 15c No. 2 cans 3 for 25c
Mr. Wagner mid, "Discussion will =
lead to the materialization ofIdeal. ALL GOOD THE NEWCLOTHES

Mr. Wagner announced that the PEACHES
tint group meetings will start after Preserves FLEECY WHITE I
the Lion meeting next Tuesday -
No. 2'/ Can 15c
night when leader will be - -
appointed. 2-Lb. J ar. _- -. -..-....... 35c Quart ... .. 15c !


PONTIAC SPECIAL SALMON 2 Cans .n. . 19c rite P/ONNf QUINS vs* only

:, ''! NOW ON MARKET Tall Cans, 2 for .. .. .. _r. .. 25c KNOX ASSORTED FLAVORSJELL ra..rrr PALM ova OLIVE ruci

j; .I Zjalc's! new Special- Six for MONARCH VACUUM PACK-Eaay Opened 3 Cakes 9cCOffEE
I available at all of the .
;f{ eomp ny'* dealership throughout

'..' U.the Bathrick United ,State general, according sales manager. to D.- Lb. 25c 3 Pkgs. for .____. 14c t1M \) : I

< "Although this low-priced line Sylvan Farms......... O I Cakes
i I wa announced along with thei 13
I Deluxe Six, Deluxe Eight and Tor. SO
I. j pedo Eight, It wa several weeks," Roll Butter Pork & BeansNo.2'iCansr3for25c 9c
he said, "before the factory tart- _-
) --
ed to build
them and ao a wide
; 1 distribution bf them has hot been

( .J posilbl"The until recently Lb. jt. ... .T--......._.---";2.;; .c FRESH GARDEN \l ".OCT......,OIJJ. ..
; Special Six la Pontlac's entry
''/ 4 Into the low price market," hei OCVIATED --..,.
explained "It is lower in price Heavy Western Chuck PEaS
than any other Pontiac model
1_ 'i but It embodies most of the same :l9c
r. '*. high quality features." BEEf Roast 2 Lbs. ... ... 19c _. '

There are six body styles. two 1-- < .

four-door and four-door straight touring back sedans sedan,, Lb. .. .- ...u..u..u..7. MEW RED BLISS "FAMilY'\( .

business and sport coupe and station IRISH POTATOES .
i wagon. A new shawls frameof Dexter SlicedBacon
the straight X-typ Increases I Lbs. .. ___ 23c SUPER. SUDS atUE sox
1 the wheelbase 2 Inches to 117
,v inches. Overall length ha been Ib. PECANS Lk. am taro
Increased 8% Inches. 25c 19c'
t WALNUTS Large Pkg. __ ;
,;;! Bodies an compiewly new with I BRAZIL NUTS 2,C
: more rootIn very direction.
t :t Boned and RolledVealRoast
Floor are 4 inches lower than
;. Pontiac 1038 lowest price model tVRK COOKING 0-am
thus making the car easier to Ib. 29c '
step Into. Windshields are IVi APPLES aaeswraa
i.' Inches wider and 1 inch deeper 0S
\< giving 11 per cent Increase In ; SUXLESSJS

\ glass area which add to visibility Lbs. .... ... .. I9c 21C
I and safety in driving front seats FRANKFURTERS Lb. _. .. I9c -- -
art 4 Inches wider providing ample
room for three passenger withmach ASSORTED GOLDEN RIFE ;bad* '

driver..taxtfl Rear elbow seats -'I for Inches the Cold Cuts The 25c Bananas 'was.t" t\'l s

S! further forward th yea
{ tildt.SeaW-Bara thus' headlight and Illy .! I"USIUOU 3 Lbs. _.._.Lr..L. 13r t k
Test safety plate glass ant among ]
{. the most Important Improvemcota : HAMS ICEBERG ...
I In appreciation bf the fact that .2ir-l-
{ driven and passenger frequentlyalt LETTUCE
hour after hour with only the !::| Half Whole, Lb. u."h. 21c .01 -
road ahead, the dash instrument
panel and control of the front Ij Local Era Dressed 2 Heads. ;: ...'..- 17c rft'Ir.It'I'f
compartment to look at, Pontlac'sdesigners !
have given special 8VOBALLCauliflower Qt1MjOtrYErS \ '
r thought to the driver's compart' 1 u b. .-.35c I' '
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