The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00257
 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 15, 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: UF00087294:00257
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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'Bob JCrome Drowns in Family Pool SET TOUgHERINBIENNlAL

JljDGINGLIST 1 ** ,While Taking, Customary Swim

I Robert Clllam Krome, 23, son I on warm day and she checked on i CITY ELECTION ACTIV ES
or Mrs. William J. Krome, wall his welfare by listening to the
sound of his splashing. I --,
t drowned in a private pool at the "
Mr. Krome had been scmlInvalid
a -
Krome home on Avocado drive Mayor City Tax Assessor
I since was stricken byinfantile ,
FROM CLUBS Thursday afternoon while takinga i paralysis about ten years i:1.Offki.5....,.......8'...tare....._a..ot..d rt.1 ,lie,suleir"stat VI.r/ew Probable Opponents -
iwlm. I he was able to keep his ..
ago up Does jMrs.]m I 9..1) tutuDecTTnt 'on Jan. 9
Mn. Krome found the .body at -- -
I swimming. His father wa one of 1 T43 30181
4;SO o'clock. She said the ran to the pioneer developers of the 1 Dec. 9 I IS If 43 I I
Participants Must Send the pool to investigate when she PRESENT COUNCIL
1 avocado in the Redland District Dec. 10 18 I 47 I I
Entry Blanks to I failed to hear her aon'i customary and waa the builder of the i I Dec. 11 I I HI I-44 ,,30.02|" MEMBERS; FAVORED
Chairman I IBLACKFO"'i plashing. Dr. J. A. Smith pronounced extension of the Florida East Dec. 12 I 78 I 156 '!30.091Dec. |
I the youth dead after an Railroad to Key West. Coast I 13 i 81 i 45 ,130.131| Brooker, Mbrris Retain

)CITES !+'artificial Beside his mother, Mr. Krome Dec. 14 I .1 I U |130.181.| Seats for Second
I I. survived by two brothers, Jack
RULES TO FOLLOW I II Mrs. Krome said It was her Krome, a student at Princeton TermHomestead's
I : ion's custom to swim in the pool University, and William H. Kromeof REDLAND-IIES.) : I -
Winner of Each Division Homestead, and a lister, Mn. I biennial political

Will Receive Prize I!EXPLOSION KILLSGIRIT4 David Scoll, of Washington, D. C. season will be officially opened

1-: .' of $5 j :.CrO' Iec services Monday will afternoon be held at at I GAME TONIGHT tonight when the town caucus, ,

the Philbrick Funeral Home for the purpose pj l choosing two
Plans for the night Miami. The body will be cre-' AT LOCAL. GYMThe candidate for mayor and two can-

decorations contest, which will i mated. didates each for five seat In the Ii

tart Wednesday and end Dec. 27, 1 city council, win convene in the
Growers of Homestead i
Boys' Aerial Clubhouse I
practically have been completed, Neva King Cooper IK'hool.udi!. f'Io
High School and the Diamondbacksof
it was announced by the Rev R. A 4-year-old negro girl Is dead Destroyed by Flames; :

F. Blackford] chairman of the con- and her mother and 6-year-old Members Hint Arson I Redland High School win renew -. lum.The candidate will compete In
sister in II their annual basketball feud
are a critical conditionat
test committee. The contest is I the ,
I general election ich- id for
I the Kendall hospital a* a result Homestead's only aerial club with I lame In the Homestead
under sponsorship of the Homestead I of an explosion of a can of house went us In smoke Sunday ,gym tonight. The game will be Jan. 9.
Rotary Club and the Red- ]kerosene at their home on Pine night and to the six club members 1'Homestead's 1939-40 debut be. While prediction have been

land Distriict Chamber of Com- Island road, four miles northeast the ease marks of anon. fore the home fks: : and the see- ,plentiful as to to selections at
merce, Three prizes of $5 each of Princeton Thursday of last Like a huge torch the clubhouse I ond game on it* schedule the caucus, names of two men
will be offered. week. biased In the branches of Redland will go Into the game
Jesse Cusack stand out a? being the moM p'"<,b-
the father was in a pine tree; IS feel from the fresh from a victory over Miami
Judges In the contest are being a nearby field working when he round, In a vacant spare near High last Tuesday. The dopefavored able in receiving decision in the
supplied by various clubs and
civic organizations of the Redland heard the explosion. He ran to theoneroom N. W. Fourteenth street and Stlngeree lost :22 to 21. The mayoralty ewes ;
shack and found his Second avenue. It had been I Mayor;
District. A partial list announcedby !Diamondbacks won their tint TINY are Tom Harris und
I wife, Mabel, attempting to beat built during the summer by start Dec. 8 by defeating Gist of
Mr. Blackford follows: Junior'out the Claude CompUi'. city tax r. <>es-
flame that were envelop- the members boys living In the
Miami 22 to 19. The Growers
Womens Club. Mr. Burley Dendy, ing her and the children. vicinity sor. Mr Cam pi i.ell was indorsed
i i"Ijooks made an auspicious start on their
Mrs. Ovid Sullivan
and Miss Ellen
I Louise, 4. died almost Instantly. like by the Redlard District V
someone art It I Huff; Rotary Club, J. D. Redd The mother and Inez, 6, were afire," said Buddy Illnnun season Monday by defeating :301; I
and N. L. Ernst; American Legion, one ray Beach High by a score of League as tli.it rantZIII"n'
,taken to the hospital in a neighbor's of the members. "None of us ;
William J. Geronimo; Parent- 1 to 9. I choice as a candidate and Mayor
Teacher Association, Mrs. Ben automobile. were around when she caught. I It is expected that the tilt tonight Harris ]let It be known this ':red
Archer, Mrs. E. E. Byrd and Mr. who Constable Investigated J. M.the Scarborough, The flames In the trees attracted i, will be outstanding In cage that he would permit his Warn< to
Clifford Campbell; Redland District that the case, found many motorist Homestead I performance. The last time the be placed U), nomination for reelection. .
explosion when firemen were unable to i two schools met was In the district a
Lion Club, "Harry Schau- I /
the mother poured the oil on the saw the house from complete councilmen
berger, Paul Leaner and James tournament at Miami Beach The five who are
fire in a cook stove. loa. I
WOllam- University Club. Mrs. last March Redland won by a eligible for re-election practically I
Bowling O Dye, Mrs. W. R. Bird 28 to 22 score. Last year the two are certain of slelion as candidates -
and Miss Elinor Payne; Chamber Ground Improvement Slated Under teams played three games, with They are Frank B. Rue, .
of Commerce, Dr. Carl Robinson, I'Homestead taking two. W. R. Bird, E. 'C. Chrenister J, 0. :
Benjamin W. Morris" and George I WPA Project at Experiment Station If the game tonight follow Wynn and Thomas E. Kirby. .
Turner. :: I precedence, it will be one of those Councilmen Henry Brooker Jr..

The prizes will be given for the I Announcement of :close, fast affair that make the and Benjamin W Morris will retain -
best decorated place of business the opening I horticulturist in charge of the fans happy. In the last ten game their posts for another term
in tile district, the best decorated'Thursday of a WPA project to Im- tlon, from E. H. Hulse, WPA sta-I I'the teams played In the past four without haung tor run In the elec
tome in the communities of prove, stabilize and beautify the director. (Continued on Page Seven) tion.

Princeton Goulds, Peters Per- grounds at the Subtropical Exper- ,The project calls for site
rine Naranja. ModelJo, Homestead iment Station was received this aration, topsoiUiux, and planting of j Ex-Convict Admits Robbing Attacking
and Florida City, and the week by W. M. rifleld, acting a lawn among the tree of the sta .1
best decorated home In the rural tion's elght-acr botanical garden Redland Grower Who Gave Him Work
area A maximum of If men will be ; ,
Rule of the contest are a* follows ENTRY BLANK employed five months! on the -
: I work. Fred Fucks; who was in Admlitting that he returned the Intent b commil''murder.

(1)) Decorations must be seas R. F' Blackford Chairman, charge \w.work at Homestead 1'kindness of a Redland grower by The theft of the 490 occurred
anal; that i*, must center on a] Christmas Decoration Contest. Park, recently completed, will I robbing him of $60 on one occasion Nov, 22, week after Mr. Ridge
Christmas tree sacred scene or Homestead, ]Fla. supervise the station improvement I and beating him ever the head way'brought Poof1-from Miami! 1 to
Subject suggesting Christmas. Edward Barnes will be foreman 'with' a hammer on another 'occasion work in the grove; The new worker -
(2) Decorations must be lighted division Please enter my name In the and Paul Pullen will be time Archie Poor, 33, former lived l In the horn and "bad the
between Rand 10 o'clock in the Business which house have. checked. keeper. 'convict and self-styled wanderer ran of the place,",police said. The
evening ( ) Town residence Flans for the project were drawn was held to the criminal court of I money and Poor;wer* discovered
(3)) Decoration must be visible ( ) Country resl. I record under bonds totaling $1,000 1
h dence ( ). up by Mr. rifleld and Stanley missing simultaneously and Mr.
'in the court of Justice of the Peace
from street or road. Wilson, office engineer Ridgeway requested Homestead
, (4) Entry blank must be sent County Commissioner J. D.i i Sid L. Kendrick Monday. I police to look fof him.

:a_ In before Dec. 20. Name --...- __-_ Redd has given. considerable cooperation -I Wallace E. Ridgcway, whose 1 Saturday Mr Ridgeway wen to
In an adjoining column i* the in the matter and Is as-jj grove I* on Bauer drive, new Miami and returned late at igtit
official entry blank for the contest silting in providing county facilities ]Redland road. was Poor's vlcUm.1| with a friend As they e' tried
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Address _
It 1* to be filled in and tent to the mm which will aid in carrying out,1 EUdgeway signed warrants charging the front itx.nri' i md tuned, 'i the
Rev. R. F. Blackford 1 the work. I grand larceny ant assault with' (Contiiiutd un Page "Sr ,)

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!e_:I SHIRTS FADE PROOF 11M" House Slippers 95c II IIi i i_

Ii:: TIESRESILIENT 55c --- Ii=
:i CONSTRUCTION 2 for$1.00 i i

iI, New STYLES AND COLORS $Hrf 00 Arrow Shirts $195 Ii :
li:: Stetson. Hats :II :
:'s A New Shirt Free if One Ever Shrinksi i: :
H:_ Work Shoes $/-95 Work Shoes $149 U 1 1H
Made of Horse HideShirts H j
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H Regular 29c ValueWings Work Shirts 39c i U s J

1'1 e Shirts S6 Full Cut-Triple Stitched,49c Value II J JII

Collars and.Cuffs made of Genuine Aeroplane Cloth I

'.I Shirts 49c GREEN, BLUE, TAN Ii ;
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:: A 65c Value ::
I Values to 6.50 $ 95 Pants 97c II 1
Heavy Blue Denim 2:20 weight _:
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H: SANFORIZED Boys' Slack Suits 1 59.Ii' f

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II 4 UP Men's Boots 2 It
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THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, December 15, 1939 ,

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: t R. F. Blackford.At I'PLANT STATION I plant propagator budding and, demonstratedcitrus emphasized Legion Phone units For Not Solicitation using
the meeting next Monday I the .ubsequent'care: of the tree '

I probably of material the last and before packing the buyIng of- VISITORS SHOWN' I A tour through the trial gardens Neither John-O. SaUey Post, ,
YULE HAPPINESS I with a talk on tropical fruits
the basket start, plan of procedure -I No. 43, American Legion, nor Its 1
I horticulIturlst -
I assistant
S. J Lynch
by auxiliary has ever solicited contributions -
: In making the round to
( I GRAFTING WORKSeven at the station, completed theI over the telephone and
TO 109 FAMILIES the home of the poor families will
be discussed. ; morning. does not plan to do si, it was said
I I I Fruits of a new promising Peruvian i by William J. Geronlmo, adjutant
The annual gesture of the member and friend of guava drew much favor- of the local Legion post yesterday
LEE HURT I distributed
Christmas Cheer commute in the South Miami Horticultural I able comment they were following Inquiries at his office
I bringing the warmth of goodwill Circle, under chairmanship of I IMn. among the departing visit regarding solicitations of this f
r I. and happiness of the more fortu-I BADLY AS CARS C. Sheffel, attended a demonstration ors. nature and to have been made In
nate of the Redland District of grafting and budding said to have been made in this 1
needy deserving of the area will I at the Subtropical Experiment Agent: "I forgot to mention that this area. "'.
I 11 TNEARGOULDS buying :
house you're
In this country
be ii widespread ai ever this Station Monday morning stained "If either local organization desires -
Ivan Moser, field superintendent there are two very old will be solicit-
year, Thomas X. Kirby, chairman: donations they %
i.' of the committee, announced at a I Thrown 29 feet from his auto- at the station, gave a demonstration glass windows. won't ed In person by member bearing
f meeting Monday afternoon mobile after It overturned several of topworking avocado Mr. Newrich: "That too bad wredenUals," Mr. Geronimo said. t
I time on the Federal highway a trees, tide grafting avocado nursery matter. If they're stained
Every deserving poor family of method of hibiscus to be cleaned I can put in some
mile north of Gould kit Satur stock and a WANT ADS PAYSeason's
the dUtrlct: -10' of-them-will re- ." Tit-Bit*.
calve 'a basket of food and small dal1.1lh" Cecil Lee, 23, of Florida grafting Huey Sherry new one* ..
luxuries Mr. Kirby aid. The City, sawmill operator, 1* Ina t--- -- -- ,i
serious condition at the PostGraduate
names have been checked: : and
hospital.). He 1* raftering
double checked: and are ready to
be turned over to the basket distributor a fractured skull, a fractured
who will do their shoulder and sever cut on his '
In the night of Dec. 23. err.nd'i face, whdh required" 35 snitches Greetingsto ,
Mr*. R. J. Elliott treasurer of: to close. ? t
Mr. Lee's wife, adrs. Alice
the committee, reported at the
meeting that the group'a drive for 22, suffered bruises on the Lee'l
fund netted $512.St. The goal la and Miss Melba Sever and our
Carpenter, who were also in ,
$230 and It Ii expected that this
amount will be "topped" eaally. car received alight body
Others present at the meeting were The party wa enroute brul..1 Patrons and FriendsWe I.
Mr*. Don Ferreyra, W. R. Bird, from a football game at .
Tyler Veasey and Mr. Kirby. The when the accident
chairman: explained that a numberof Lee attempted to pas an automobile .
workers notified him that their driven by R. E. Grate ofi I
South Allapattah Gardens. Fenders take in announcing
absence would be necessitated by I pleasure
of the two car touched andthe I
pressure of business but that there

Ii ation.no lagging in their drive oper- careened Lee automobile against a Kft concrete ee+e'road road,r the opening of our newly equipped

marker and came WV stop in a
Mr. Kirby said campaign: donation -
were "slow" In coming In ditch time after Mr. GrafcSk overtfDK.ni'leveral lcceeded In laundry. Visitors welcome.REDD'S .
from the area outside of Homestead -
and urged that worker bringing his car to a stop after it

make financial reports a* lOOn aspossible. ,swerved'toward s 4ipt.'
Mr. Grate brought the victim
He pointed out that the
size of the basket extents would to the Post Graduate hospital In
Homestead Mr. Lee did not CLEANERSPhone
regain DRY
depend on the amount of money consciousness
received and that the basket must eight
hour after the crash.
be prepared several days In adVance -
of the distribution time.A The annual convention of the
tag day held by local Girl Tin Can Tourist of the World Krome Ave.
,1 Scout last Saturday placed a sizable will be held In Tampa Feb. 12-25 44 10 South
sum In the campaign fund. it was announced this week by
I The Scouts will repeat the sale Frank Van Epp, Royal Chief J.
tomorrow This phase of the Election it officer will take -
drive 1* in the charge of the Rev. place Friday, Feb. 23. ,
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1 Nationally Mvertised GIFTS for Christmas I ,Ii

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"Goat Milk" Handkerchiefs I SILK ROBES SOX AIRMAN _

TIES Any Initial'I I By Interwoven SHIRTCRAFT SHIRTS 3
BOX or i
Anklets or
$1.00Fancy I
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$4.95 tO $11.95JACKETS 04
Wrinkle Proof Linens 35c -

"Ascot Ties" 3, for $1.00 1 3 for $1.00Others

$1.00 53
Fancy Lawn
Will Not Crush 50c Pr. 53
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e Other Anklets 53
Other Ties 8 Pr. f 101PAJAMAS -
53 I White _

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Paris and Htckok $1.65
== Tie & Hanky $1.95 ==
Belt & Buckle I
53 Seta I Fancy Warm a
$1.00 Set Flannels I.. $1.95 =
SOc to $2.00 'I I
53 $1.50 Pr. Life Insured Collar 53So
< $3.50 to $3.95 |!. Brawn Black and burgundy
Weal Suede -

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E i Boys Mea Leather Brown or Black $5.00 =

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:: CONSTRUCTION 2 for$1.00 =::e' i
i g.. New STYLES AND COLORS $5- Arrow Shirts $195 Ii s ':
1i:: Stetson Hats II :
:: A New Shirt Free if One Ever Shrinks !:

H Work Shoes < /- Work Shoes $149 Ii
Made of Horse Hide H I?!;
Made Strong for Hard Wear 1::

Shirts & Shorts, f forE 5 $1Q!! II
E Regular 29c ValueWings e
Work Shirts 39c H Hn

n Shirts S65_ Full Cut-Triple Stitched,49c Value II I IH

Collars and.Cuffs made of Genuine Aeroplane Cloth
II:.. Shirts 49c Ii.
:5 A 65c Value J J i.:5 5VaJuesto$6..50
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U ALL WOOL SPORT PANTS $395 Heavy Blue Denim 2:20. weight ir_
i: 65 Pairs \. :: .I
:i: SANFORIZED Boys' Slack Suits :Ise i::

II Work Pants 95c II I

:i.!. $1.19 VALUE Men s Sox 9c. 55::
II Work Gloves 9c Wash Pants 79C Ii IiI

I II Pajamas ,$'100UP Men's Boots 2 95 up j 1 I i.::

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"p";;Four .. :', THE LEADER-' NTERPISE."'- ". ........ ..............'"Friday;:.December' 15, 1939

this country once suffered a high
that of the house, ,8,231.10 or al IlIlIInllllllllln.nlllllllllllllllllllllllll r
TIlE LEADER.ENTIRFRI5E, total of $4.IUO. I Children in Court Infant mortality rate It was lIece.-

The governor pointed out some I nary to educate parents in the care

rsl.b.d W 6.06 sews awl" reassume w __comp-W.Abebe extravagances, such as the MOO 20 Years AgoIIlnIIIIlilnIIIIIIraulllhIIIIIIIIIU1iu I By Judge Malcolm lUtfleld of babies before this high infant
per day rental of a voting machinefor I: death rate could be effectively
the house membn and its elaborate ---
checked. Such an educational -
__ P"11 program
REM sacaa new sessions room whose I ; !! IA NEW VIEWPOINT REGULATING Is now responsible for saving
elegance he said was equal to that I i, DELINQUENCY the lives of many children.If .
.... ..... .... TM ,.awls ter w act _
a. of the English house of lords.
... .. .. mother observes objectionable
b" .... a..ea..6.b..i.u5.b.s a
.. "> N that
ml. ft MM t <* "And wherewithal shall bel It Is encouraging to note
......... rheas ..*.. to .* .. clother and fed*" ye I r. s..6 PIMWII Mir_IS._ Hit....dw I the has traits of character in her
inrecent years public children such as stealing:, disobedience -
womb .. .m. I seer 0,5. If, .... W".w a
!, 4.dw. gradually: been ceasing Its policy lying, fear, anger or

.r..lPTloC RATE There la cause for alarm in Dee,18.1919"Ordinance lof fault. finding Where persons bad sex habits, she may secure
U *.*. CMC* ---. -- *>.*. note sounded by Earl Browder II',I- No. 71 was given Its formerly: blamed various situa- literature pertaining child study
0 t>M> W M* C Mtf II-M head ef the American Socialist first and second readings. It provide and child training by writing to
fuons and conditions they are now
party In this country when he said';', for the holding of an election -' the Children Bureau, United
beginning to realize that children of Labor
States Department ,
In his recent Boston
speech to be decided whether the
TREE OF CHRISTMASRise I require security, affection and DC.. or her own
"The U S. U technically objectively -i Iowa will bond Itself for funds to Washington:
tree of Christmas. in this the most prepared, the construct and maintain wharf and recognition: as well at food, clothing State Welfare Department.I .
room. most ripe for a quick transition to j dock In or near the corporate limits and shelter
AndJ>hMom with miraculous Socialism for which it lacks only of the town and dif a bloom. the understanding and the will of : the city; limits, approximately a:I,such mistakes had better be made
Let every tree in every wood the masses to reach that goaL"i i'half mile la length: to connect with within the family circle where
Left up)u a Beatitude In other words, who will .strike]I i the proposed drainage canal which 'they can be easily; corrected. Early
For Christ Whom ancient trees the match that will start ufi'name* U to be sixty feet In width and mistakes. are leu.costly than those
befriended. May some power paralyze the about ten feet deep. Unanimously made later In life. Parents should
:Mutt lOW be worthipped-and hand that raises It :agreed to. Ordinance No 09 was I!I not only understand their children
defended : given Its third and final reading but also the world In which
Rise tree of Christmas. for you A Miami daily prints this: It provides a fine of '$50 or lets' |they live, because children need !
are "-la looking for a wealthy candidate I for any obstruction to traffic by assistance in adjusting themselves I
The gallant symbol of the star ts support for governor, he i the railroad for a period of five I Ito their future surroundings I I
Whose glory bid the .a.es tome isn't interested In the impecunious I minute or mort' | It is not enough to merely train ,
To hail the Oral of Christendom, ones" Oh looking for a fat goose I "R. L. Moser got a check on i the youngster to provide for his ,I cat -

And you must 4ill thr symbol be to pluck, eh* la..fo way n'I i I Tuesday for $78.90 for three cratesof i town physical needs. Every child I I r
Of loves nentual'lctOry.. pecunious" nd office avocados net returns These should be taught to make a worth !
-Daniel Hendencn In Good do not get very far with the were shipped by Mrs. C. D. Barr !, while contribution to civilization.To .
Housekeeping.: high-ups. II who ls making a specialty of this accomplish this end both I
fruit" I teachers and parents must apply

Time does occasionally beat 1 I-"W D. Home got a telegram: proper and effective training 'I
CURRENTCOMMENT some sense in\ 'lopeopl.. In 1917 from New York on Wednesday I methods during childhood so that
Hamilton Fish Vas wearing an quoting tender beans at $4.00 and,the child will be required to exercise -
officer's uniform and calling anti]jgeppers st $4.50. .' 1 his judgment and profit by
I :his successes and failures I
war advocates "fflSBots of _
"While driving home from Mi-
Br AGNEW WELSH. Miami does not
ism. How as ***f* York congressman -' the other night W. J Clark i presupposeI
..a .a.,4.. "" [ he is 7A Me loudmouth I E\i turning out to avoid a team of i I automatic knowledge of the I

An Item based on Washington 1 Isolation class By the way. a I mules on the Princeton glade, went I proper methods of education and Out if the dozen if Christmas
model children.
estimates, states that the war Iseostmg noted writer says we were stampeded I over the bank. Bill stayed there bringing up Ii ,'nuUII' .1 display II year
man beings do not Inherit any
the belligerents a billion I, Into that war by a" hysteria until morning when he got out j!omnipotent faculties which enable electric iitler1 Mill kit store
dollars i day divided as follows: for "saving the country, etc. A wth the assistance of several men
Germany. SMftMOOO: ; Allies.I 143- I Gallup survey shows our entry |The fact that he was running slow ,('about them to ward off evils brought I your shopping keidqairter _
200000. They'd rather buy bullets I Into that war to have been a 'saved him from anything more. by .a highly complicatedcivilization.
'I In fad Ignorance on I
than bread eh* mistake; two years ago 70 per |serious than spending the night for
cent of their poll said so and today two by four cushion." I the part of mothers in caring
68 per cent Is of that opinion.I ,Ion. babies was one of the reason why
k Handing toa story In a national -"Mrs J. A. Smith 'and son
magasftie: *Ctrutinas Comes but 'Archer, wife and son of'Doc Smith
Unce a Year What On ParentsDo have great: fun prowling :I arrived Wednsday They will live
About Or We have had twoThanb.r.Ia around among stocks of secondhand -lID the C. P. Jackson' bungalow
,., haven't we* And backs and have acquired la Just being completedMrs.
how did we get UAftlw" me some choice volumes, such as J : Smith comes from Madison
Uiat R. Giddings 'Exiles of Florida."''I Fla."
The other day I picked up for ai-, E. D. Taylor of CWduitt. Ga
few cents a copy nf the Book M| has bought out W PoseyHi store on
A red, red rose to Gov. Coneon
Mormon, or the Mormon Bible -'I|
his crack-down i North Krome avenue, trw transai'-
against a special .
t i week. Mr
session of the legislature lion taking place this
Even I Because the men who budgeted i i Taylor arrived from Georgia last
( the masnbers do agree to
serve for ftoUling, that is a small !Florida public funds did not :week and U enthusiastic over this
item compared with other ex*I' know how to doll' roperly. 2,750 I Ilocahty.; His family has been here
pen.... In the late legislature the state employes iUOhe,lower salary several weeks, staying with theBradley's
senate employed 470 clerks, messengers i brackets must go T) ytess while ."
there millions *W brother of J F
are inactive "Sam Umphrey,
and other help at a cost
of H4J.S177S while the house funds in the treasury," according,Umpfany, arrived Wednesday to
employed 277 persons In like ca-I I to one statement Of course the /:spend the winter. Mr. Umphreywas

pacify at a cost of 9501150. The "Big Ikes got theirs, all_right down two winters agoGrcen"Lahtcrn I

printing costs were $2(.953.33 and
. S3UZUo. respectively Then, j f'
there was the sundry account Restaurant .
amounting M.431 80 for the upper L
and $924811 for the lower
Adjoining Hotel Redland
one The total of these six items 40. "
ls $$387.1$5. The senatorial payroll Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor
amounted to $13.39HO and I BU.

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FOR IInl FOR HER I FOR nmlE I Miami, .45 .tSAQaeta .. r...
" New York I.U
Tie Chains 50c to $1.50 Perfumes 25c to $43.00 Clocks ........ 98c to $5.95; Ocala IUS IUS tb.ltalt'wa 11.15 11."
1 Pipes .. ..... 50c to $12.50 Toiletry Sets $1 to $. O ; Bath Mat Sets '...."J9 SttVUrsbg- {.]. U'I.U Cincinnati. lUG 1614
; Ash Trays 10c to tbll'ln
Fountain Pens $1 to $15 Dresser Sets $1 to $27.W I Beverage Sets, $1 to S1.9B I Tampa TalUhiusee 7J5 IUS Qallleav.lle IUS a.U 3US'.11

Electric Razors Compacts -19c to $19.98 4.7$ 1.51 Jacksonville
I Books 106 to $10.50 'W..bJllltell a.2S '.U
$7.50 to $15.5 Costume Jewelry I Electric Mixers W. Ira Ircb 113524.43 I.t Key West Us ;

Watches .... $1 to $27. O $1 to $21.99 $1.29 to $23.75 178 Lakeland us 6.60 j

Tiei'.:........... 55c to $5I) Kodaks ........._.... 69<: up ; Juice Extractors Hotel Redland Station

Shirts ............ $1 to $1.95 Stationery 25c: tf $3.50 $1.19 to $2.95 ""*r *". and Mo f
Radios... $7.95 to $3-.95 r/ St. Ph. 50ORlDAMbTORTlNES J JIi Ji Jr
SI to $32.95
Shaving; Sets 49c to $7ro Handbags I Themes I'

Pajamas ... $1 to $4.95 Hosiery........59c to S.65 95 to $13.95

Lighters .. .. tOe to $7 Gloves ........ $1 to $3.9 Framed Pictures

Movie Cameras Neckwear..59c to S2.9 I 25c to $15.00 r

$9.95 to $112.:>0 Evening Jackets I I 5Jc to $7.50

Handkerchiefs tOe to $1 $2.95 to $8.95 I j Cut Crystal ... $1 to $3. i

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Friday Dtx ber IS 1939! THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Page Five

heated boiler. InaftlM ouMde wry of tilt Florida Sw 7111'rit ; \
Tourists Shun State Because of REDD'S LAUNDRYCoMPLETEDAT '
High ,
in the rear of the building. Tampa when three "nars*" bags
W W. Severy, superintendentof will be featured on the ",,"'""lAlla- ',j I
Accident Rate Official Tells Lions I
the laundry has had II years ment program
experience In cleaning work.

Florida' tourist trade would Mother of Mrs. Marsh
show a marked Increase and individuals Succumbs to Illness COST OF $12,000The FAIR BOOKS "NAME BANDS Dr. R. J. Elliott 1

ai well u business would Florida 'Jitterbugs" will be given -
an opportunity to dance to the CHIROPRACTOR'
receive montary fain It traffic accidents Funeral services for Mrs Ara steam laundry unit of music of some of the best dance
In the larger cities could be bella Pteraon, 81, mother of Mrs Redd's Dry Cleaners on Krome orchestras In the country during Herae Bid*. HeaaeetaMl
held down to a minimum, declared avenue, the only service{ of Its the 1940 Silver Jubilee Anniver
C. C. Mann of Homestead, who'
Dan kind In Homestead, was completed
G. Miami
died at her home at Pieraon, Fla, last week It was announced yesterday -
safety director, Intalk before
held by F H. Redd
were Monday at Pieraon. proprietor.
the Redland District .Lion. Club Mrs. Pieraon visited in Homestead The laundry which -with Its YOUNG
Tuesday night In 1931 Besides Mn Marsh equipment cost $1,000. adjoinsthe RED. HENS h
"The high accident rate hat given cleaning plant In the rear. It
the state a bad ham and actually 4he ii survived by seven, other, :is a one-story structure, 2JK feet 4 tG61b&
has Influence persons to spend daughter,. Mrs. J, A..Curry, Mrm.J. 'by M feet, constructed of cement %
th*.winter In Ice and mow rather M. Moore and Mn. Walter blocks"with a roof of special fireproof Place order: Early for:: Xmas
than, brave the reckless.driven In Brlus of Ptenon, Miss Nettie material. I
the mild weather,". he Midi "This Pieraon-of Winston Salem, N. 'C. The. equipment U of the- latest NESBITT POULTRY' FARM: a1.; :
advene publicity hal served-to-,Mrs P M. Chapman of- Boston design and operation. It, includes
break down much nf the publicity, Mass, 'Mr*. W Z.' eel of New two 70-Inch washers, a
Newton.Road Non Modello.' Phone-57>J.
expectd to bring visitors and York City and Mrs 1: f. Foster of tour.unit ironing machine and t
business here. We cannot keep I I Cromwell, Conn; twelve grand-I large drier, Steam power la ob-
from Northerners the fact that children and one (reat-gr ndchild. alned from a 30-horsepower oil-
our accident rate is SO per cent ..
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higher than that In any other part
of the country !

The offilcial pointed out that h. ...... .. ", ..... .. '
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the high accident rate Is a factor! r' .
% lit .v.tt"
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that keeps state taxes high. Money 1
spent for the enforcement of traffic i THE FAMILY l-'r .
laws could be diverted into another ,

channel fund, if, the such rate as the were educational I lowered I S ears CHRISTMAS )$f4i: ) (!

he said The cost of accidents
to the city of Miami alone I STORE ;'f//
last year was $1.4350.000, he said :l \ j _
"It has been found that the zeal: .. I. ,;,,1J'J.ft. 1
of policemen and the applicationof ,-"fJ5'K\ /.
stiff penalties of the courts can. ,
not decrease accidents," said Mr

Reynolds to the"Public problem.spirit Get Is enough the solution -: EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMANA

persons interestd In fighting! the I '
traffic problem and it will be: FOUR-STAR' FEATURE GIFT RANGER REPEATING I
whipped. Civic organizations and I r
clubs can do much to spread the i OUTBOARD MOTOR75s2 SHOTGUN
gospel of safe driving and the,
strict adherence to traffic rules owl#
and regulations" "Mow ,reef.
The-drivers' license law Is (eak '
and should be supplanted by
more exacting and rigid one, th:1
director said "A it is, driver
: a O Six shots in S seconds? Yew with proof.tested steel
has only to answer a few questionsand Tense a* few as ON ...*
plank down SOc to receive permission ahaea. ....11I". Dualarrtog barrel gun. Chrome vanadium steel working part
to drive on our streets," i ( skargdWuttTuiUk walnut lock and logo==. Hammerl typo Jjde.

he said "Get a license law with!' Five, H. P. action, piston grip. _
some teeth in It, and hundreds of:
drivers who menace the lives and I BOY! WHAT A GUN IS THIS
limbs of others will be kept off *

the street" I New, Improved SPRINGFIELD. RIFLE

The road connecting Homesteadand Twin Type ._ ,,' '
Miami Is extremely dangerous I "
because of its narrowness, and I "m rlra'i frost outboard '.'x.M p -w..
should be twice as wide to assure I motor value that's why ;;;:.. ,P
It's Four Star Fiwturc { /
a '"
safe driving, especially at night, -- .
Mon fluibllItjl
poser greater u
the speaker said.NEWT f 3-
I With underwater or cutout t Calibre
exhaust Responds laUntlr. -
.Speed to II rasher Springfield model 51101CIt1 OII 22 tJSe for boy Single that
per ,, 22-ln. round tapered barrel Yaks dcvw model Positive '
G. BALL I lector.

100-Yd. Mohawk -HT_

i Casting
and --." ....,
98 Actual 4.00

Kindred Lines vain ar : ;r

Level winding with anti- goo
U N. [Fame Are.Dr. back lash. Chromium shot 1400011

end plate*. Bra**
;, framed Lever action automatic loading type. Blue stool barrel
- with straight gnp alock. Ernie blade front light.

., Leonard >V. 1laskin'I I .. COMPLETE
Ppsht lee In am .>MlmitaMGLASSES _
r,,"&a e4 Repairing .e 1

fan Completely N. H 1'1..Ah.. at.C.NIU.nedCe"Vemle" Miami PI- 'I Boat or Pier Bamboo Rod A 198 -' '

L Tftmt Genuine Agatine, guide and tip. Eccentric acrew At- I u r=
lock: type rest teat Detachable butt of cord 48
, wood. $/. lest RtJactlforChrulmai

Turner's Funeral Hone Made of lie /inctlmetintlt

I tl-IIX AAUtTJUlNCK SERVICE Streamlined jr Fer Young and
Lady f Roller Skates Old Ache

Phone S64-R Homestead r*. J A
> 49 FM Set include S-H. lemon k
sin wood bow. 6-in..three-
feathered arrow. and
$1000.00 M You Live Adjustable tubular tram. arm guard.Provide many i
One-piece wheel. II ball .
and hours ei enjoyment.Straw
bearing in each wheel.
$1000.00 When You Die i Steel chojui*. Stuffed Target
\ Mortality Endowment
Costa So Little

Pan National Life ROEBUCK AND CD

Ins. As 'n., Biscayne i Blvd.. 13th to 14th St&, MIAMI

R J. BI>KEKT Store Hour* Daily 9:30 to 5:30; Saturday 9:30 to 9:30. Free Parking Spacer
Local Agent

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Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday December 15 1939:

f 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Horne with bit brother and sliter-in-law I Trial of a Hostess
and their son. Billy who have :Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dixon The new maid, preparing to
been visiting in Pensacola, will I ,serve at her first dinner party,
In and Ground: return with them. I John Hubb rd returned Wednesday was instructed by her gardenloving -
I from the Kendal hospital mistress to place a 'littleflower1
Mr. and Mrs Sam J. Davis haveas where ha underwent treatment In each finger bowl for
Mrs. Portia Bentley and ''th. .
Homestead guests ,for an eye Injury guests.That
Mist Frances Davie, of Lebanon point in the course of the
Tenn.. sisters of Mr. Davis They
Mr i meal arrived, and to the hostess
Martha Pasonlka of Detroit -
!plan to spend the winter here : perplexity, she saw that no blossoms
: arrived Wednesday to visit
I at the home of Mrs. Walter Schutt were floating about as
Mrs E. Chandler and
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchlnsoq I Mr. and Mrs Geo. N. Wakefleld Betty planned but that the water had a
Chandler will arrive Sunday from
have as guests for a few days Mr. I have had as a guest for a few days Florala, Ala., to spend the winter H Klnsejr, who is spending the decidedly murky nature.
and Mrs H. H. Vollrath of Orlando Mr. Wakefield's mother, Mrs. F. here. winter In Miami, .Is visiting e few Asking the maid afterward as
I B. Wakefield of Apalachtcola days, this week with hit. cousin, to the cause of the murkiness, ihe
was Informed, "Why Ma'am, Ahlea'
John Wakefield will arrive Friday Mr and Mrs Lamar Watson are John. Graves
Miss Elizabeth Skill will arrive to accompany his mother home. announcing the birth of a 7poundboy I put In a little flour like you
Sunday from College Park, Md., Thomas Lamar, at the Ken : The Ladle1 Aid Society of the tole me."-ExCARD .
where she is a student at the University Mrs H. Collier and Mrs. A. E. dall hospital Monday :Community Church will sponsor

of Maryland She will be Paul attended an all-day meeting ,,,, I a food sale on Dec. 16 In front of OF THANKS
accompanied home by her brother of the Miami Association of the MNMMW" the Sever store We wish to express our appreciation -
f Frank, Jr., who 1 I. a student at W M U held in Little River Thursday FLORIDA iTYjBI for the kindness and sym

i, Vfrieyard' School for Boys, In Vineland Mrs. W. W Severy Word was received this week that pathy during the Illness and death
\ N. J. George Brooks of Jacksonville, of Mrs Loma Constance Posey.L. .
Mr. and Mrs B. C. Murphy, Mr. was seriously Injured when a log W. POSEY,
} Jack Kopp, a student at Webb and Mrs H. J. Rhodes Mrs E. J. )lr. and Mrs. Ralph Desmondof on him.Crushing his chest. His MAMIE LEE! POSEY
l School of Naval Architecture In Rhodes, Mrs. M. D. Ingram and North Haven, Conn., arrived in condition is critical. D. D. SEARCY AND FAMILY
New York, will arrive Sunday to Mrs. Fred Fuchs spent Sunday. In Florida City Sunday. They will 1- n_ -- --- ----
spend the holidays with his parents Hallanddle spend the winter here
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. J. Kopp. I
I Mrs. Annie Nabors will leave today Mrs. Lucy Clinton Is reported to T
w Mrs. Cecil Hardy and Min to spend the holidays with be confined to her home by an Say It With\ ( :r..)}11 !
( Dempsey Creary, both of Miami her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. attack of bronchitis.
r- were guests of Mrs. Frank Skill and Mrs. W. R Nabors, In Sump.
Thursday. I ter, S. C.Lewl. .
Mrs. M. D.
__ Ingram left Thursday -
Dukes West returned to his home for her home In Dellclas
l Halselra of Philadelphia, CROSLEY RADIOS
I after several Orient. Cuba, after a visit with
Saturday spending Is I In Homestead on business
months In Pahokee. her mother, Mrs E. J Rhodes,
Miss Annabell Redd, Miss Betty
Mrs O A. West.returned to Richards and,Miss Marjorie Moser Mr. and Mrs E. J. Reid of i
I' her home here Friday after spending will arrive Sunday from SouthernCollege Johnstown, N. Y., arrived Tues- $8.75
the week in Eastman .Ga. at Lakeland to spend the I day to spend the season here. I up
i \ where she was called due to the holidays with their parents.
: illness of her brother Mrs Harold Lowenthol and son'
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Miss Edna Richards wOl of North Haven, Conn., arrived
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lumpkin oat arrive Saturday from WesleypoCollege Thursday to spend the winter with Many Models to Select From-Just
t; Macon Ga., will arrvle Thursday in Macon to spend 'we her parents. Mr. and Mrs Hobart -
to visit Mrs. Lumpkln mother, holidays with her parents, the Brocket
Mrs M. P. Wollam. Mrs. Lumpkin Rev, and Mrs. J. J. Richards Come In and Look Around.
Is the former Miss Marguerite I
It. Wollam.i Mrs W. H. Cast spent several Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rohrer announce -
days last week visiting Mrs. the birth of a son, Rodney -
i Hunter Harden,' formerly of Wayne Calkins In Miami. Sunday at the Kendal hospital :

Homestead, but now in the electrical Mr and Mrs J. E. Close and CROSLEY
contracting business in Key I
daughtersMisses Martha Edwina Wm. J. Geronlmo Jr.. is I ex-
West, was a business visitor here
and Jo and Miss ELECTRIC
Mary Elisabeth
pected to arrive Wednesday from il .
;yesterday McIlwain spent Sunday In Danla Riverside Military Academy in 1 .

Mrs George Hall of Tynemouth, Miss Margaret Borger, Miss' Gainesville, Oa, to spend the holidays | l RADIO
England and her starter, Mrs. William Mary Dana Brawn Miss Nina with his parent. i

Dtckaon of Rahway, N, J., Pearl Bush and Miss Cecelia Fred Hogwood og I
left Wednesday for Rahway aftera Harper will arrive Sunday from Murlr"sbol'o'l
T_. arrived Friday for the i
visit of several weeks
Mr. $8.75
where they are students i season.
and Mrs -Frank W. Stillman of at Florida State College for __ I
Redbuid Mrs Hall recently told
Taylor Dixon of Gainesville. arrived -
the Woman Club of the Red-
lands of conditions In England Miss Antoinette Moye is ex- recently to spend the winter i CROSLEY

E. at the time of her departure in pected to return Sunday from a -
July when war was not eapeeted.l month's visit She plans: to return to England in relatives In Ceottgla. ELECTRIC .
Mr. and Mr-1e.;Asten-llorne
/ Modern and
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Duncan, Mrs. daughter Helen, will arrive Sun.l! Rooms and Apartment ,
Henry rullavtoa and Mm W. D. day from Pensacola to make Reasonable Rates
l, Mahan left Wednesday (or a short permanent home here Mr. Home I BATTERYPORTABLE "

\ltltlnKeyWest . 1

Frank Brown of Jacksonville.I;' ''ITA ANA ERICAN' R TA

1 candidate for state comptroller in ) RANr"11 1
the Democratic primary In May $26.50

t. 1: day.lilted friends in Homestead Tues Spaghetti Dinners iOc


t I Mr and Mrs Irving Often ofPleamntville \ \I. \ ,, .....1

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I father, Elwood Tartan, also CROSLEY "'
cf Pleaaantvtlle who are spending -

toured the district Sunday anJcalled
i on Mr. and Mrs. Ben At Ch PLACED BY THECHRISTMAS Push Button "
er. Mr and Mrs Often are friends ,
A of Mrs Archer brother and sister- :
; in-law Mr, and Mrs. Lester Leachof M
TREEWill f
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1 ... 1 John and Ed"iiic"klOn. students bring happiness not only to HIM, but to
rr at Alabama Polytechnic Institution
\ at Auburn, will arrive Saturday I all who have the pleasure of looking at him.

; to spend the holidays with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Make your selection from our Double Breastedor
\ Hickson In Naranja. the new Three Button Single Breasted Combination

r Mr. and Mrs.-C. Hagler Rice, Styles. Also the Conventional Two Button

Mrs. Frank Hausman Milss Catherine Coat for the more conservative dresser. Plain i

Davis and Miss Mary Grace and fancy backs. And with the label of HART $54.50
EngUsh attended the concert In theMI.ml up _
Edison High School Monday -
night i what counts.

; _______ ___ Ii A Splendid Assbrtment at $16.75 to $29.95 .

,Be sure that your eye are as I EASY TERMSSPECTER'S' I
i I good u jour brakes-ha ve them
I. I tested at least enre each year'


Consulting Optometrists ;! DEPARTMENT ..

HZ! W. Flag ler S'. Miami. In Time For ChristmasP. Authorized Crosley Dealer

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Refrigerators Radios Washers Ranges
GAIN=" t"4 S.-Boy* Suits $7.95 to $16.95. Snappy :
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EX' CONVICTContinued Campbell, Craws-haw, Undgren I by our group and the president of paniments of bread pickles, fruit 1 "Do you think it right fc>t>uf an 1automobile t
and Creer I Ponce de Leon Chapter intro punch and doughnuU. I on the Installment
The B team of the schools will duced the members of his chap Others who were there besides mot r
start the night's entertainment at ter who were present Mr. Mason those mentioned above were Phil "Sure. 19,000,000 people can't ;
( from Page One) 7:43 o'clock. The main go will'Roberts was present, and though lip Reams and Charles Behrens. be wrong."-OeLaval Monthly. .
lights they found Poor confronting not get under way until after the he declined to make a talk, received .
them with the rower'i own town caucus to be held at the Neva an expression of appreciation
pistol taken front a bureau drawer. King Cooper school auditorium.: for providing the chickens i
Mr. Ridgeway grappled with Officials will be Austin Younts and tor a chicken pilau which we
the Intruder and the friend ran toneighbor Mickey LubeL all anticipated enjoying after adjournment
a home to call police. The Homestead-Dolray game 1940 Auto License Tags i
When adjourned, all enjoyed
Constable J. M. Scarborough and 1 was played at Delray. The Growers we
Patrolman R. E. Anderson started I the chicken pilau and Its occom-
were in the groove both in offense 7
for the scene. I and defense and ran rough

During the Muffle within the shod over their opponent from the rlE :9n..7&1Zola.a.Lg.I ON SALE IN HOMESTEAD J
home, Poor dropped the pistol, starting whistle until the final Ji
but succeedd in replacing It with i
a hammer with which he knocked I I gun.Delray made only five points l
down Mr. Rldgeway several time during the first half of the game .
Then he fled.Arriving i I while Homestead piled up 25. The I
at the home the officers locals eased up during the third ,cc
found the light turned on, quarter and in the middle of the Applicants Must Bring Title Certificate and
evidence of a terrific struggle,II final quarter four substitutes took .10 I
blood spattered about, but no one the floor. They were M Inner, era t.t $ Registration Card With Them
there. They searched the vicinityof Sweet, Conner and Dellinger. The tE'h2.ov
the house and finding neither' newcomers allowed Delray to score
Mr. Ridgeway nor hit assailant,i only once. a
notified the county patrol of the
The starting line-up for Homestead -
case. I was composed of Sullivan JACKSONYILLE'SLEADING HOURS: 8:00-12,1-5 Daily
In the meantime, Mr. Ridgeway, Chapman Godwin, Kirby and HOTEL i
having staunched the flow of Bishop.MNNN.MN.N.MIINIINMNININNNNN.NNNNNNI.MN..
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blood from his wounds, was InHomestead C."j/rfJ. N ar a1.V5r07
..... how in be
where, he was receiving I

treatment from a physician. REDLAND P. F. F. I SUMMER ....':...;.
I lie returned to his home and reported -
details of the attack to Mr. N...".....""...,,,"'..."',,...,,..,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..i l., I' ........mt Jtfttfm....MwU..... troy ws"A I II
Scarborough. By Lewis Vrana, Reporter I e.dl.et..A
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t Road patrolmen Homestead Police ,
Monday night at our regular TITLE SERVICELegion
i and Mr. Scarborough POPULAR PRICED
entertained dele
meeting we a I
practically throughout the night
gation of Ponce de Leon Chapter
for Poor. At 10:45: o'clock Sunday
J F. F. A. members consisting of .COFFEE SHOP t.4000
morning he was found walking
along the highway near Rockdale(Adviser F L. Northrop President I Q,51aaN.dN... \. I Bid?. Homestead, Fla.
by road patrolmen. lie said he Burgess Lee Vice-president JohnB. H....,,_-c...__N.d..._.sooo... J
Ewell Hm- I
Moore Secretary
had hidden In woods a mile from .II I
the Ridgeway home and ventured son Treasurer Tom Williams Importer I .-
Lewis Igo and Bill Adk.n-
. believed that officershad
out when he
Peter Santi, Lee Symmes, La-I
t given up the search for him. II
Smith and Al
Poor told Constable Scarborough mar SwearingeaIn I
( he bad served several "stretches" our meeting matters of rou-I
tine business were transacted and
In western prisons. I
tunes,he said ht "just wandered" committee reports were received.
It was decided that we will have a
around the country. He completed
chapter work-day from 8 a. m.
a three-year sentence for burglary -
to 4 p. m., Tuesday Dec. 19; a
; in San Qu qtin penitentiary
., in March and after "making" Christmas party at the chapter
I: cities in the central and eastern room at 7-30: p. m., Thursday Dec.
part of the country, came to Miami 21; and our next regular meeting
? a month before he obtained work Friday, Dec. 22, instead of on
from Mr. RidgewayContinued Christmas Day.
With fitting ceremony Green
Hand buttons were presented to
Richard Prothero UMc Vthten and
GAME-TONIGHT Robert Jensen a.id Future Farmer -
pins to H. A. Annan Francis
Prothero Richard Ball Lewis
( from Page One) Vrana and Willis Vick.:

years neither squad won by more As a part of our program we
than five points and the scores Installed the officers of the Pone
leaned toward the box car num- de Leon chapter with the regular "
ber type. Installation ceremony administered
Ted Bleler, Homestead coach by Rex: Romine, Willis Vlck
said he will start Sullivan Bishop Harold Hampton, IL A. Amen Santa Can Find Here Items
Godwin Kirby and Chapman.[fLeWS Vrana and Estil Lee.
Coach D. R. Snyder of Rcdland[ talks by Mr. Northrop and
will pit against them. Chambers I Mr. H. C. Reely were welcomed
On His List

Boxing Cloves ......................3731.73 Bait Casting Reels .......... $7.50-316.95(
; New Supply

Footballs .............................. 1755.00; Surf Casting Reels ........ $2.10-$29.00

,31i i We Have a New Supply of Basketballs .........:........................ $2.50 Casting Rods ....................... $lJ>0-$3.75;

Landreths', Simon's, and Stokes' Tennis Rackets ,_...?... $3.73-$12.00 Trolling Rod: ............................. $8.50

Roller Skates .........._...... $1.5

.22 Single Shot Rifles .__ IJ)3-75) Outboard Motors ........$38:> -$111.50

FOR FALL PLANTINGf1 Air Rifles ..............._........... 1502.50 Fire Sets ...........'._........... $13.00.$17.50

wuwwwuwuvs Tricycles ..............,............... $3.00$7.30L5000 Toastmaster Sets ................ $17.95 up

DON'T FORGET TO USE Wagons ...........?../...:.._....... $ Mixmastcr .................................. $22.50

Redland Brand FertilizersTO Miniature Cars ..,.."""""" $3.43-$9.60 Waffle Irons .................... $7J50-$16.93

Fielders' Gloves .............-.. 1251.50 Cookie Jars.........._......*. .:............. 90c

A Radios ............................. $12.9 -$22.93 Pyrex Dishes ............................ 33c up


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Paw Fight THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday. December" 15. 1.931;

I '. Social Events in South Dade ,; .



Schmidt of Miami
are announcing -
The Woman'i Club of Homestead the treasurer J10.38 cleared on
Bird and Miss Elinor Payne the marriage. of their daugh
of the gayest parties of the R. and the Junior Woman'i the recent rummage si le. She
1 to the bar Bette Ellen, to SUnely E.
!season was that of the University were appointed serve on Club of Homestead, will hold a reported that another'nle wilt
committee- tin Prothero, tonof Mr and Mn R.
judging community -
Club at the homeofi MlM Berth W was Joint Christmas 'dinner''Monday be held. awn and a aerlefof brldgv ,
Christmas decoration Prothero. The ceremony
contest .
evening it 8 o'cloekIn the--Homestead parties will' be given In"January.Mr .'
Nillf, Hausinan Wednesday night Mrs. Dye and Mrs. R. J. EI-I performed in Fort Lauderdale) on
MIN Katherine Davis and Mix liott will be the January Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 30, by Country Club; *. n; M. HJndman was apt
t The-program number* will be: pointed to serve as temporary
Judge H.
Hausman were hostesses, and MLa It was announced BoYd' Anderson.
Invocation by. Mr? U U Bow( .during the- illness bt
Elinor Payne, social committee Mrs. Frank Webb reported the I The bride). a native of:Crushing : treasurer
{ tout, Mrs- Hafry Dj'WMfe 'president Mn W D Bluhop, treasurer
of the club ;
purchase gift by
chairman, directed the Christmasgift Okla, _I graduated from ,
presentation and the game toll two of Its member who are 1 AndreW' Jackson High 'School In of the--aenlo'cub) toast, Mr. *. Mil Mari Helnleln, Mn P. J.
After a covered dish supper, bride, Mr*. Theo. A. Moore, the Miami In June, !$. A. Bechanonpsesidenr, : t">t. the Franklin and, Mn Zeke Martin
Mm M. Lewis Hall, president-of former Miss Esther Done, 'and junior club) "Jingle; Belts; assemblage were appointed t serve on the
The bridegroom- was. reared. In reading, "!\\It!'Nlllhto Before ChrislmH..ritoorotlon judging committee -,
th. Miami> branch of the American Mn Roger W Snow, the former the "
Redlahd: District: and WM Christmas," Mrs, J Ji Robinson -' '
r Association or University Wo* Miss Alene Vercoe; \
graduated from Redland'
men, and Mrs. Jack Miller of Miami Present! were: Mn T J. Bleler, School Shortly after his graduation ; duet, Mn Elr mett' Crow Gn Mr*. Bow, municipal librarianand
a and Alms
Beach, president of Miami Mn Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs: E. B. he began to work for a tele. "Star of Mrs the East," Mn Doxsee J'P solo Mo, ''I' poet laureate of the club,
Pan-Hellenic Council, told of the Blackburn, Mn Paul Reynolds, graph company In Miami and was Lean stated thnt the bookcase which
"Little Town of Nazareth,
'. accomplishments of their respective Mn Frank Hausman, Mn Elli- soon placed In charge of the ; I held the tUibs original libraryof
I Ben Archer Mn. Law Mrs. ; and "Silent Night, assemblage 125 volumes nucleus of the
organization during the past ott Mn Eastern Air Lines telegraph office -
t year rence Becker, Mrs W. R. Bird, there and later was trans- I| present Lily Lawrence Bow Library
The University Club now has a Mr. George Folk Mrs. ferrd to the Pan American office. Mn. J. D. Perkins will have,'' -hn been moved to the
membership of 34, Mr B. M Bird, Mn Hindman Mr.Jam"l He I II now manager of the Lehman charge of the distribution of giftsat new building and is ire constantuse
l Hindman, the president, announced, I Mr. Webb, Mis Hausman Transfer Company of Miami the Christmas tree. I It should, she said be
'1 and another candidate Mrs. J. R. Davis, Miss Emily Jones, Miss i Members are permitted to bring marked with a plat on whichare
3 Rutland, wa unanimously approved Helen Daniel, Miss Lois Ber- guests U they make reservationsfor inscribed the names of the
They are now at home to their
t by those present I rens, Miss Payne and Mrs. A. H.I friends at 3434 N. W Second them. I founders of the library. One o(
Mrs Bowling O Dye, Mr W. Dellinger a guest street, Miami I Plans for this meeting were announced these founder, she said, Is Mrs
( I at Tuesdays meeting of I H. tl. Ewing who has served on
---- / / / / I Its board from the beginning The
t REV. RANDOLPH F. BLACKFORD TALKS i N..N-1 the Woman Club by Mrs JoelJ.
r. The Calendar Robinson, chairman of the : library now contain 25,000 volumes -

1 TO HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. ON DEMOCRACY ..,,...INN I..1111. ... WNNNI//H/NN..NNNNININININ party committee .
I : I I Mm Bow recited one of her
1 Dec 18 Florida I City Ladles'I Mrs. A. M. Logan, sponsor of
The Rev Randolph F. Black-1 for being the bent In Its class, President Aid food sale I|the junior club, gave a report of,, poem, "The Spunk Tree"Mr

ford, rector of St. John's Episcopal W. R. Bird announced. A Dec. 17-Legion and Auxiliary the district meeting in Fort Laud, :I *. Carl Drawdy and Mn. /
letter from Mn Walter Beckham, j I Wm. Fisher were voted In a*
Church, talked on the underlying -: Christmas party In Legion hall at. it which the junior club l
county membership chairman, 8:30 o'clock. I joined the state federation member of the club.
difference between democ praising the work of Homestead Townsend'club The club voted to give five dollars I Mr*. Annie R. Butler and Mrs ,
Dec IT of
racr.Dd totalitarian government chairman, Mrs Ceo L. Murray, -Meeting school to'the Christmas, Cheer fund Wolfe the huetesaes, served cake
at the December meeting of the wa read by Mr Bird. in Neva King Cooper Mr*. Wolfe reported, that five dolr and coffee
Homestead P.-T. A. Wednesday Member were liked to take auditorium at 2;30 o'clock. .1 I Ian had been sent 'to tlwcounty Present were: Mn Z. Martin

afternoon in Neva King Cooper doll and material for doll clothe Deo Homestead B PW. C. federationfor its scholarship Mr*. A. F; Arthur, Dr. Irene
School. to the Future Firmer clubhouse Christmas dinner party at 130: i fund. ] Shanklln Mr. T. J. Faust, Mrs.

By mean of hand-made map where the members of the WPA p. M. II III Mn Crowson was Instructed I I H: K Foulk Mrs Ben Young, Mrs.
I' he showed the swift changes that !sewing project will make them I Dec. 18-Meeting of Garden to buy a publicity scrap H. M Brown, Mrs Wolfe, Mn.
\ have taken place In Europe and ready for the Christmas Cheer II club in Woman'i club building Mn. W. R: Anderson and book.j(I Robinson, Mn Franklin; Mn.:

the possibilities for more change baskets. Dec. It-Christmas party of J. Elliott were placed on the press !,,Anderson, Mr. Logan, Mrs. Hind-
Mn Gladys Cooper' fourth Mrs Ben Archer, Mr*. Clifford W M. S. circle and publicity committee. :: man Mrs Bow Mrs Johnson
grade presented a dramatization Campbell and Mr*. E. E Byrd Dec 19-Meeting of Redland Mrs. H. Johnson turned over to,Mn Elliott and Mn Heinlein.
of Dickens' 'Christmas Carol" were appointed to serve on the Woman Club.
The Homestead P.-T. A. with its community Christmas decoration : Dec 19-Jennie Lobdell Circle !
more than 100 per cent membership judging committee Christmas party at home of
wa awarded a three-dollar Attendance prize were won by T. B. Grantham Nra'i l
prize by the Dade County Councilof Miss Eula Ra/$) om and Mies.Mable Dec. 19-Rotary Club
Parent-Teacher Association Williams' room. \ mas party, 730: p. m. in ,

MISS KATHERINE ORFANEDES Coplin, Mllle.Ei'd: Corrine I Dec 19-Christmas party for

) SURPRISED O\ BIRTHDAY Cash, Miss Bcltfrdlburn, Miss W. M. S. Circles DRUG
Dec. 21-Meeting of Homestead THE DIXIE i
Miss Katherine Orfanedes was
Hilda Dodson, Misses Katherine Home Demonstration Club. I
given a surprise birthday party on I'
and Phyllis Bull Miss Geneva Dec. 21-Meeting of Gleaners JACK POLKHmoestead HOWARD JOHNSON
Dec 7
her sixteenth anniversary ,
Phone 39 and 8101Men's
I Vann, Misses Dorothy and Jo Ann ,Gas Fla
;1 by Mn Maurice Kinner and her
Kinner, Misses Adrian and Ruby I Dee: 21-H. H. S. junior class
.1 daughter, Miss Virginia Kinner, at -
.ti Callahan, Miss Julia Sullivan party in Legion Hall
the home of Miss Orfanedes' parents
Mr Kinner, Archer Dodson, Louis I Dec. 22-Christmas program at ...
Mr and Mn T Orfanede .
Callahan, Lamar Dickinson, Jimmy Homestead Methodist church.
Both living rOom and dining McCready, Eldred Gllmer, El- Dec 22-Redland Home Demonstration -
room were gay with poinsettia bert West Sheridan Miller, Ralph I Club Christmas party. SetS... .......$1 to $7.50
decoration;: The dining table was Andrews Richard Caves
Frank I Dec. Christmas program at '
I centered by a large birthday cake, Callahan, Edward Tomerlin Lest First Baptist Chruch. Dresser Sets $2.93 to $14.95 v'

'f pastel tinted, with a, smaller! cake ec Archer, Theodore Orfanedesand I, Dec. -Meeting. of Dorcas [
on either- aide Gift package aurrounded Elbert Dolor. Class Toilette Sets. .$1 \ $16.50
; the cakes 4

f Wiener were roasted after a I Bill Folders. .49(: to $5.00f
series of game on the porch and
'. illuminated lawn. Salad and hot
chocolate also were aervcd
ThoM present beside the hos-
e teases and honor guest were: M,. ,
and Mn Orfanedes, Mrs O. Q.

Stationery .. .. . .50c to $2.50
Book Ends ... .. ........... .. .... $1.00 +

:e Pipes .. ......................................... .. Mc to $3.50

.1 Silk Dresses Coats Ash Trays ................................... SOc to $2.25

Humidors .............:.:................ ..... ... ..... $3.75

Millinery Slacks Compacts ..................:.................... 49c to $2.75
Perfumes ...............J ..._..... .......,. 5,1)c to $10 J

Slack Suits Blouses Handkerchiefs! ...... ........... ........ 30c to $1 .

Ties ........................ .. .. ............. ............... $1

I Skirts SweatersSee Desk; Sets .......... .. .... ........_.... .., $1 to $2.25

f fJ (J '. Portfolios .............. .. ......... .... ............. ... $1.23

to am '* too** .* Iva These and You Will Desk Pads ........ .. _.. .............. ... $1.25

hats .AM i Us bees HTMIkeltM er Diaries .. ............ ...... ... $1 to $1.50 "

r Nf Maol Warn Sri Be Surprised Razor Sets ....... .............. '49c to $3

I j saw to keaxfl ear We rear Electric Razors $3 to $15

'\ Man I**** W* ...--. -e- ,Cocktail Sets .... : ..:. .... : ... $2.25 1.t

t; Shelton Thermiqae en.a1laola Trays .. ......... .......... Sf to $2.50 ,

;'y U MIMWM nave let ......... Cw- Fountain IJens .,.. ......,. .: $1 to $10 t

MttMJUICE'S Pencils ............................... 49c to $t.!) )

: BeAUTY I Faymus F,511110111.r"awr.wr Desk Lamps ...................... ...... .. $1.50 (

Clocks. .._ . ......_ .. 98 to $5.95 I
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, ... Candy-
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.--=...... I I.r. WhUman's, Norri and Gaff's. 50c to $:>.00 I

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'AMERICAN, LEGION TO Church WM held Tuesday evening : : t

HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTY I it the home of Mr. L. C. Dodd. T0-1iCHRISTMAS
I I The annual Christmas party of I' Redland Home CemottAratlpn!
Social Events 1 Mrs. M. L. Jennets and Mrs.
i the American Legion the Auxiliary {Club will hold its annual ..Christ- 3
Wm. A. Kissers
won print in
and their families will be held i, mas party next Friday afternoon :
s 'Sunday evening at 6:SO o'clock in contests Various games were enjoyed In the Redland Community
the Legion Hall. A covered dish and gifts were exchtngd. I Church J JA

, MUSICAL NEWS OF PRESENT-DAY RADIO supper will be served.A Cake, candy and hot chocolatewere work meeting at which
Santa Claut will present gifts
served. Chlratmas lifts were .made wa
II TOLD IN SKITS AT MUSIC CLUB MEETING f to the guests. Each person Is asked held Tuesday.
Those present were: Mrs. J, I:.
to bring an extra gift to be sent Present were: Mrs.,N-llle.Mur
McEwen, M... J. P. Lynn, Mrs
,, Skill telling of the musical news Those present were: Mn Julian' to the Crippled Children's home D. C. Williams. Mr*. E. J. Dyal. phy of Miami Mrt. Seymour
,' of the radio of the present day ] H. Webster, Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mn. In Umatilla. A Christmas program Mrs J. J. Richards Mr*. Wilson Dane, Mrs. E: A. Carter Mrsd J.
were presented at the Monday Mu. I Frank Hauiman Mn. C. J. Par hal been arranged. Crosby, Mr Kissam, Mrs Jen- A. Rotherham, Mrs W. X. .Haas,
tt sic Club meeting Monday after. I' man, Mrs. Carl Anderson, Mrs. ness* Mb Peggy Allen Mist Mary, Mr H. J. Armstrong. Mr. J H.
.? noon at the home of Mn J L.I Ralph Wilson Mrs. J. Tom Vann,, PAGEANT TO BE PRESENTED McNeilV Miss Hazel Penning.' Stager, Mrs. E. F Ray, Mrt. A.,E
f Burton with Mn. L. L. Hood, Mn Mn. C. F Robinson Mrs. Paul AT PRESBYTERIAN; CHURCH Miss Martha Close, Miss Nella Barnes, Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mr
A. W. Hutchinson, Mn. A. M. Lo-1 I Haley, Mrs. J. J. Richards, Mn. A pageant: "Joy of the Lord Saul, Mist Leola Little, :Miss' F. R. Shorts, Mrs. D. W. Bracnen, .,. t
I gar and Mn H. C. Nichols a* A. Eggert, Mrs Annie Nabors, Mrs by Emma Wysong Dunlop, will be' Marybelle Gibbs, Mia Christine Miss Estelle. Turner and Min Min I
t tesscs. I C. H. Steffanl. !, Mrs. George M. presented at the Presbyterian Sims, Miss Eloise Cossman, Misses nie Armstrong Ir'
The skits were presented by Frick, Mrs. F B. Wakefield, Mrs. Church Sunday night Helen and Mary Bradley Miss I
Mrs E. H. Gallaher, radio news George N. Wakefield, Mrs. H. K. The pageant It a story of Christmas Etfie Booth, Miss Jean Coldron Radford, Miss Mildred Oreer.- t
chairman. I Foulk, Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, Mn In scripture and song. The and Mrs, .DocUi. I Miss Madene CUmer, Mines Mildred .. ,
Mn T. J. Faust gave a reportof Gordon Ivey, Mrs. H. Collier, Mrs. music will be under the direction and Margaret Field, Miss
( the Conference of the East E. L. Lawrence, Mn R E. Ed, of Dr. Carl F. Robinson, church' MISS ORFANEDES GIns 1 Cosldla Grennell, Miss Pearl
Coast Music Clubs held in Del- I wards, Mrs. Pauline Hinman, Mrs., organist PARTY FOR 1.11 CLUB : Shuler, Mill Wynell Shepherd,
ray Beach several weeks ago. Lewis Brandenburg, Mrs. W. B. Those with speaking parts are: The Homestead High School 4.I Miss Lillie Little, Miss Florence i
; I I Mills, Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs James Nesbitt and Oliver Degel- H Club enjoyed a Christmas party Nelson, Miss France Foster and
J Mrs. C. Hagler Rice gave a''I Portia Bentley, Mrs. W. E. Gaby, man, as prophets; Miss Ila Jean Wednesday evening at the homeof miss Marlyn Dollies.Tropical; ., '" ,
reading; Mrs. Lloyd Dolts, a vocal i Mn. J. E, Elder, Mrs. Frank Webb, Irwin, Miss Avis Bitting, Miss Miss Katherine Orfanede I
solo; Mrs. Wm. Musselwhite i I Mrs Henry Johnson, Mrs. George, Irene Jackson :Miss Athley Kemp The rooms were decorated with
and Mrs W. M. Flfield, a vocal ''L. Polk, Mrs S. L. West, Mrs. J. and Miss Mary Frances Arthur, as poinsettias. A small Christmas
duet; Mrs. G. I. Gault, a piano I I I I W. English, Mrs. J D. Redd, Mrs. teachers of the church.In tree served at a centerpiece for CafeS :
solo; Miss Mary Grace English, I 1C, A Gray, Mrs. Carl Wagner the Nativity tableau, Miss the dining room table and around '
a piano solo. The Glee! Club of Mrs. Rheney, Mrs Hall, Mrs. Gal Annette Degelman'will be the Ma- this exchange gifts favor were I'
Homestead High School sang several laher, Mri Rice, Mrs. Deltz Mrs donna. The angels surroundingthe spread. doors north ef city: hall
selections. Musselwhite, Mrs. Fifield, Mrs. manger will be Marylou Harris After games and Christmas singIng HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
Current events were given by Gault, Miss English, Mrs. Hutch- Betty Gatlin Nadine Ruehle, orange Juice and cookies were
'* Mrs. W. E. Rheney and Mn. J. T. Inson, Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Nichols Margaret Kosel, Emma Jane Rives, served. Regular dinner SOc
Hall. and Mn. Hood.SEVENTH Paula Kemp, Virginia Hall Eleanor Present were: fd,.. Bessie ,
Robinson and Ann Hickson. Sauls, Mrs. W. W Bethea, Miss Plate lunch ............ 33c>
MRS. ILA BOOTH I GRADE CLASS The three Magi are Warren Nellie: Moon, Miss Ma.t ,Frances

WEDS LEWIS DIXON I HAS PARTY AT CLUBHOUSE Sherry.Robinson, Tom Hodges and Wayne June Byrd, I I Jenkins Miss Dolly, :Misses Barnette Katherineand Miss Wrt,.:FJortnc/ / Kercado,.Prop. ..

Mrs. Ila Booth and Lewis W. Mrs Ceo. L. Muraay and Mrs I The presentation of the gifts Virginia Kelly, Miss Mary' :
}Dixon were married Saturday evening E. L. Lawrence gave a Christmasparty will be by Mrs. Paul Haley, Miss -
In Fort Lauderdale by Judge Monday In the Future Farmer I Lois Behrens and D. P. Blake. a1.N1YM..4ii/ILMI./ 1.4rvUUW4u Il nisi! .
Boyd Anderson. The bride worea clubhouse for the pupils of Miss The cast is taken from the young
blue ensemble with black ac Mable Williams' seventh grade peoples' department the Woman's .:
cessories. home room. Auxiliary and the Sunday school.It mgv .
Mrs. Dixon is the daughter of Croquet, table tennis, shuffle- Is under the direction of Mi?.
Mr. and Mn R. D. O'Berry of board and horseshoe pitching J. W. Irwin, Mrs A. F. Arthur and I J
Waycross, Ga. A native of Way- were the games most enjoyed Miss Emily Jones I
cross, she,. was graduated; from Sandwiches, apples and punch I :
high school there, and has resided were served. YOUNG WOMAN'S CIRCLE I
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In Homestead for the past HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY ''I
two years. the past five yean. He Is a book The Christmas party of the i
Mr. Dixon, a native of Augusta, keeper for a local packing house. Young Womin'i Circle of the W
..Ga, has lived In Homestead for The couple will live here. M. S. of the Homestead Methodist r

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gin a home a fresh start !

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I leftist bMnly and lasting I doors, help, .too. And "building In" .
B Pleasure J Ana It's smart toseal .
a lift from Sultan' whore ,
Quality has have the hornets kitchen cabinets or an extra utilitycloset
of many years of dependable '
w Jewelry prominent service families.r to Miami'. most means a lot to the homemaker. 1 t

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WATCHES BEAUTIFUL1 of redecorating and repairs that a small j
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Jules Jorgensen, Len. DIAMONDS I monthly sum can pay for on the FIR ,j
Rings, Waltham Elfin, ..
Hamilton. BuloTa and I PRICED FROM Plan. i
other famous make of
\Vatck.t for Ladies and l l '2500'
Contlomon i
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MRS. IL E. KIMBALL SPEAKS +,-++,. +* +++++++++++ topped with honey.
Mn H. E. Kimball spoke on' Black coffee Crystallized fruits.

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i Flour and coffee are the only
MR. AND MRS. SAM I. DAVIS mage sale to be held by the auxiliary Baptist Convention at the t products used In this dinner that
meeting of the W. M. U Wednesday -
TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE In Gould Saturday. are not made in Florida. If ro-
afternoon In the First Baptist I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam / Davis will Mrs A. F. Arthur read a Christmas -.Church of Homestead. The convention HousewivesYOUR selle cannot be obtained for the
hold open home it their horn on story and Mn: J. A. Ricks directed -, was held in Atlanta this grapefruit dish, cranberries,
Farm Life road Wednesday at 1 Bible study Gifts were, :which an not grown In Florida
summer. +++++++++ +++ ++++
I o'clock In honor of the (6th birthday xchnged. I may be substituted. ,__ _
Mn. A. D. Smith and Mrs. S. -
anniversary of Mr Davis. Those present wen: Mn. Paul IL
i West sang a duet and Mn. West ISABELLE 8. TIltRSBY I Knows His Grammar
Mr C. E.
Haley Elchenberger,
a solo Mn. C. O. Robertson Extension Food Specialist I "
ULTTET SUPPER PRECEDES Mn. George M. Flick, Mn W. C. "What is a saw hone?
Del rna",, Mn. Nettle Wall Mn.Ceo. presented the program. Mrs. Some folk choose roast goose Past tense of a sea horse.'-
I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson I D. Ruehle, Mn. T. L.IrI IrIH.. Collier presided. others fine fat bold hen out while for roast othen pig would or a I American Boy.EXPERT.

t and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Faust gain Hodges Mrs. D. P. Blake Mrs.
I a* soon forget day as not to
: a buffet cupper party Friday evening i Von Celderen, Mrs. Sapos. Mrs.A. PRESIDENT JUNIOR CHOIR have roast turkey for Christmas
.t the home of Mr. and Mrs F. Darling, Mrs. Chas. Ooley, Bert Nixon was elected president dinner. It matters not that RADIOREPAIRING
Johnson on North Krome avenue. Mn. Frank Hathaway, Mn. R. E. I
of the junior choir of the disposed of one turkey shortly
i The guest later attended th Trotter Mn. It. C. Jackson Mn. First Baptist Church of Homestead fore that at Thanksgiving- the"j
J. R. Hickson. Mrs. R Y. Burr,
University of Mlaml-Unlvenity at a meeting held Monday 1* their choice, and a I
of Georgia" football game in Mi. Mn B. E. Gatlln Mrs. J. M. Hol- night in the church. Other offl- choice, too, we think. I Prompt service on all
Mn. C. E.
ami. ferty, Haley Mn. Ricks,
Mn Arthur, Miss Allle H. Kas- cen elected were: Jimmey Schal- Well hen's an All-Florida makes r specializing on
Present besides the host and lern, vice-president: ; Miss Mabel
Christmas dinner, turkey and all,'
tein and Mn. Roblruon.
hostesses were: Mr. and Mr*. Adrian Ruth Pope, secretary; and Miss for your consideration: I automobile radios .
.{ Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Gevena Vann (treasurer. J. Q. 1 I
'5 Bird Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lindsay, MRS. KENDRICK HONORED Caldwell I* sponsor. with Fresh red radishes.crisp celery garnished L C. Dodd

i Mr.; and Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr. and I BY PAST PRESIDENTS Those present at the meeting Flowers BUg.CemealesaV .
+ I Mn Frank Webb, Mr. and Mn. Mrs. Lamar Kendrick, presidentof were: Miss Helen Bradley, Miss Spiced or pickled figs, peaches,
.. Julian H. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. the Legion Auxiliary of the Edna Torte Miss. Effie Mae Waters papaya, o* other Florida fruit Florida
J I J. R. Brook, Mr. and Mrs. C. JParman. John G. Salley post was guest of Miss Melba VanWlnkle Miss Cheese sticks.Grapefruit .
Mr. and Mn. Lee H Lehman honor at the Past President's Parley Vann, Miss Pope, Bert Nixon a la Christmas. To
I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arthur, in the Harvey Seeds Post homein Jimmey Schallern and Mr. Caldwell make this halve fruit, notch peel
Mr. and Mn Ralph Wilson; Mr. Miami, Wednesday.The ,edges, remove pulp and membrane W
and Mrs.:. W. E. Rheney. Mr. and organization decided to send I mix pulp with cooked roselle -
: Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield Mr and gifts to the ..-.rvlce women at MISS FLORENClTjENNESS and sweeten with a bit of '
Mrs. G. R. Hall Mr. and Mrs. A the Veterans' hospital In St. Peters- HOSTESS AT DINNEER I powdered sugar and chill fill I WOULD ;
W. Hutchlnson. Dr. and Mn. A bur,. Miss Florence Jenness entertained halves with mixture.
M. Logan, Mrs. H. P. McDanieland Mn. Frank B. Rue and Miss at a turtle steak dinner at Boast turkey, dressing and giblet CHOOSE THIS
W. L Johnson of Miami. Ruth For Also attended. the Tropical Cafe on Friday evening gravy, with emphasis on the
Coven were laid for: Miss I gravy. Add a cup of chopped pecans : .fleU
EPMORTII: LEAGUE Bernice Lee, Miss Ovedla Garrett to dressing tor variety. ,
ENTERTAINS AT PARTY MR. AND MRS. FRANK WEBB J. H. Simpson Norman Glass, Orange tweet potatoes in casserole
The Epworth League of the Mlevln Kline, A. G. Buck and I .
Homestead Methodist Church entertained i Mr. and Mn Frank Webb entertained Miss Jenness I Buttered. broccoli. It broccoli
at a party Friday eve at bridge last night at their wa set back by frost serve petite
ning in the Sunday school build- home on Kings Highway MRS. CLYDE NEILL okra canned last summer In lemon
Thane Invited were: Mr. and ENTERTAINS CLASS butter.
r Ing.Chinese checkers anagram and Mn T. J. Faust, Mr. and Mn Mrs. Clyde Nelll of Florida City( Hot biscuits or wholewheat roll
Lee H Lehman Mn and Mn and butter.
other games were enjoyed. Mis entertained her Sunday school
W E. Rheney, Mr and Mn Geo. Romaine endive. or carole
Helen Moye had charge of the class Tuesday evening. Bingo
games N. Wakefield, Mr and Mn JulianH. was the principal diversion. Choose I salad with sour cream dressing

Refreshment of salad Webster Mr. and Mrs. Bevo crackers cookies and soft drinks Citron pecan steamed pudding
potato Webb, Mr and Mrs. B. M Hind- *
I and hot chocolate were erved. man Mr. and Mn. C. J. Parman were
Those present were: Misses Norma and Mn. H. P. McDaniel. Those present wen Mr. and DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
and Eloise Cowman, MissesMargaret Mrs. Neill and daughter, Virginia : KITCHEN MIXER I
Mildred Shirley Dean Doxsee, Catherine
Field Miss Nella Saul and Helen Hiss JUNIOR. CO-ED CLASSTO Rohrer, Milfred and Warren Sev- I '''''II' mix kew MANY now"dishes j

Marybelle Clbbs, Miss Doris Ktl- DECORATE: ROOM" ery, Wade Thompson, Owen and lid drinks yam MI ...11I. this <
The Junior Co-Ed Class of the
ly, Mu Iris' Caplinger, Miss Effie i Tint Baptist Church of Homesteadwill Horace. Gooding and Bate Carpenter Office Hours 8:30-4:30 t electric limit, hew guiy hitches
Booth, Miss Edwin Clone, Miss
begin painting the chain for taste It wig II'

Helen Lillian Booth Misses Sue and their room in the Sunday school The Exception First. National bank I SH tnr Bittrlt Dialer I II
Moye, Sparkman Holding;. next Thursday evening It
take it elementary
"You can as an Building
Willard Norman Carlton Sweet decided at a class meeting Tuesday that when an article "" .. It'i '
and Herman Byars. conception owe ErenlBC by Appointment I (I 'JUI' _lilt''.
night at the hom.- Mr. and Is sold it goes to the buyer," '1'

RAIN OR SHINE: CLUB Mrs. G. A. West with "Elbert West said Mr. Winter in the economics _
ss host -Later the girls will entertain class.
the' boys. "With the exception of coal"
Mrs. Frank B. Rue entertained !
The class will sponsor a White chirped the bright third-former. New
the members of the Rain or Shine Christmas for the orphanage In "And why coal?" asked Mr.
1 Club on an all-day deep sea fishing Arcadia. Mn. A. E. Paul class Winter.

: trip Tuesday. sponsor, had charge of the business "When that's bought it goes to \
Those attending were: Mr. and meeting. the cellar."-Kentish Mercury.BIRD'S i
Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mn. JulianH. ._
Webster Mn. Fred Redd Mn : I
Rue.Helen Hackler and Mr. and Mn 1940 J


Plans for the Christmas programto IndorsedUSED
be held at the Homestead Presbyterian Delivers in

Church Sunday were

completed at a meeting of the Wo- CARS
man' Auxiliary Dee 7 at the
home of Mrs. C. F. Robinson Plans (( Luxe Equipped)
were completed also for the rum- "Bar Med ran always represent rood value but the
ones listed below are unusually choice and we rerom-
mend any one of them for your consideration.

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST ............................................. As Low As

1937 De SOTO COUPE-excellent condition;

original paint.

Office noun: I a. m. t. ( p. ... 1936 FORD TULOR TOURING SEDAN-
Sundays t te It $880Coupe
0.t."a,. very clean) ; 4 new tires.

Parking Space
DAN-good condition; priced for quick
ntu.M i-iui dale.TWO $880
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-good buys; in excellent condition. 2-Door Touring Sedan 925

C. O. Brewster, 1\1. D. 1936 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR TOURING SEDAN -

I EI. Ear Nees set Threat -original paint; good condition; 4-Door Touring Sedan 975'

1. Trtat.&at good tires.PRESTON .

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Otftoot hies. a to .1 aid y Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

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If. WI.rw.sa. a'r.wtt.o& I, OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY Opposite Tag Agencyf

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Friday. December 15. 1939 0 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pare Eleven '

THATCHED HUT interesting trees such at crecenbia were going to see a tiger. He was 1

or yellow\ cujate cataweah, and in a hole and we were told to go''
aleulrites trlbuna or _dIe nut.I I
down single file In the bottom
PART OF DESIGN j I There was also a piece. of petrified
.i wood containing every color one we saw a tiger carved from rock. j

;i could think of and a rock formation He was very lift like. On the! : First Insertion lid a lint; subsequent Insertions

: INNEWTAVERNThe \ I which resembled a bridge' other fide was a baby's foot print IO line

Another interesting tree near the followed by the tiger's. The tiger I -
garden was the esasia fistula or -MlSCELL.\NEOtJS
Bamboo Tavern Home. golden shower. Indea laburnum.We followed the child down Into the I FOR SALEFOR

sttad's newest restaurant, opened I also saw an air plant which hole Mr. Cole never told us what
Saturday on Flagler avenue just had red blooms. Near the back became of the baby perhaps it was SALE-On Redl.nd Road or unfurnished. I have

south of the municipal power and of the estate was the Euphobra too tragic. (Pretty good story, is, short distance south of Redland 'round clients. Benjamin year W
rater plant will enjoy a sizable tree which was 20 years old. The It not?) I Woman's Club
cottage Partly Morris, registered real estate
/holiday business as indicated by white Juice from this tree is poisonous Then came more trees includingthe furnished. For salt at giveaway.price broker N. Krome ave. next to
advance reservations
for Christ. to the eyes. Cuba Pentandra or the silk Set Wm. J Geronimo Legion \
Baptist Church. (Juietf).
and New Yesr's
lid parties it was Mr. Cole then told us be would cotton kapok of Brazil; nndanui Tag office, Homestead. I I IdSU |I.
announced by T P Edmonds show us a cavern where they or nlble nlcabar; breadfrlut or ( ) SEE AND BUY ar SfiankJm Varies

manager The number of patrons had found the anchor chain of a screw pine; ficus pondurata or I ty Grove. West Florida Cltr.
so tu has exceeded expectations, Honduras rubber; and the cinnamon
pirate boat Toe chain had been FOR SALE-40 Tom Barren English s7tn
lit said. found 10 feet under the ground. camphors camphor. The White Leghorn pullets, T .

White construction of the tavern It requires two men to clean the strangling tree which came next Is months old, Just beginning to WANTEDI

consumed only 42 days six months cavern. We could see down intoit about fifty years old. Other trees lay. $US ea. sold separately $1 I
were required to select and purchase and it certainly did not look in. take about five years to grow i for quick salt of lot Phone be. HAVE: clients who will buy H

materials and fixtures and viting. Next came a cavern where We then went to the front preparing tween 12-130 S04-J Home- I your place suits and Is priced

aqupiment,0 and the planning was they had found a few human to leave, when one of the stead. (pd8)) right Please bring or phone your

done over a period of two years, I bones, believed to be those of girls discovered a nicker nut listings to Eleanor Froscher,
Mr. Edmonds said I Spanish pirates In rocks. We (lucky) vine. Many of them had FOR SALE-One Barred Rock I Overseas Highway So. of Home
Bright flashing colors that luck and found nuts. I had t stead. Ph. 12C-J. n-I-24
catch I could even see Into this cavern many cockerel months old. Mrs I

An eye In the day time and art, which again had a very unattractive neither. While the others wen Arthur Harris, Rockdale. (pel8)) .I TUTORING WANTED high
reflected in lights at night mark I appearance.When looking for nuts I looked at some
school and school
the exterior of the building In. more trees, including the stres- FURNITURE for salt; carpet and grade subject
aide, the lighting and color are of we left this cavern we pervurm from India which sheds pads for stairway, R. H. Done, Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A R,
I softer and more soothing nature saw trees and plants such as: its limbs. When Mrs. Skill decided I phone 9106. (dlJ) Plummer drive and Country
flcus rellgloso. sacred Bo tree of
Club road.CLEAN
The furniture and fixtures are of I we had enough nlckernuts, .
aatapel'-eolered bamboo, trimmed India; the dumb tree; the wild she called us and we had to leave !FOR SAtE-Austin Coupe in

to >rfd anoVthe ceiling Is decorated I coffee bush which had red berries; much to our regret j I good condition; glass perfect, RAGS WANTED Will

to'Tepresent a star-lit sky 1 the plant called the star of Beth You perhaps wonder why Mr. tires good Virgil Lyon, Phone exchange subscription or advertising '

f there are tables and booths, lehem, which attracts flies; and a Cole has so many trees, and this is i M, Homestead. :(dU) for clean rsK Leader

bolt inside and outside the tavern I cactus with a yellow bloom. the reason: Mr. Cole Is a world I Enterprise

to aceommqdate 120 patrons at one We then saw a natural rock traveler and Is known for his 'BLOOMING African violets makean

tin*. The'outside tables are .arranged I formation which made a fishpond rare collection of trees and shrub ideal Christmas,L gift See LEGAL NOTICES

In a Parisian, sidewalk cafe i and managed to stay full. bery.When Mrs. Fred Redd, .ueaf,,.. Dry
manner. They are well protectedyet Next we saw the cavern where we left the estate it was Cleaners. (at -23)) PROCLAMATION A"O NOTICE 01'JlIJI'TIOl'l

well enough placed to permit I the gold was found probably nearing lunch time and Mrs. Skill : :
NOTICE 'I HKlttlY C1VFI that a
the patrons to enjoy cooling buried by pirates many, many thought It best to go straight to LEGAL NU1'J)1..r Gtnml EMrtlim will k> held. sad __
Inezes.: I years ago. Mr. Cole warned us Matheson hammock Instead of 1>< MM City H.U to UM Cur of H.......*.
I Florida, M Tuesday. J.auanr S. IMa. MaaaMaara
"Mr. not to go too close to the edge stopping at other places of Inter. NOTIII or m irATioN roe with the Chow af the saw
Edmonds: said he picked hisstag because If a gets in it is est TAX OlEO City of H_..*. ,..,.... Icon UMM IW
person Chapter 11U7 Acts .f III
o ..... rffkm sad
carefully. Eugene Lee, in of the following
hard to get out After had eaten bag Fill A 116411 .
we our nose
charge of the cuisine, recently was I NOTICE IS H ;RY.BY GIVEN that M OMlHllM. !
connected with the Parker House'at i(I I Then there was very Interesting lunches and were through resting c. IM*. koMn of SUM ... c-... TuCtmtflmu OM Wes 11.Cmnxilnra_. ,
I tree labeled hurl crepltan, but Mrs. Skill wanted to know whether No.. n76 wad. the nth tmrof end that UM. podia ...11 be tv>... ., I
Seagirt N. J. The manager of' July A. 1) 1M7 ku IM HIM In mr .
: A. M. and atoll rivers M aaafcnra
most commonly called sandbox would to the hammockby and attack w
'i or we go Office has HMIW "IIra.'er aux .
food service Harry Hainz served J .. ..... Ml laid darHowaH
deed U U slow l7rr.tNlnt.
the monkey's dinner bell. The seed the trail be.eW.. here
two years at The Whitman, Miami I or / went ....h_ UM folknrlii rtib..Jtratrrtf TM founwing eased Rl.rts0 bores
from this tree will explode when the bach way a distance of about to tK. Comets .. IM Beach and three years with The osad.ra said /f. t
Epicure Miami Beach. Ray J. I dry and can be heard about one two miles. We stayed there till horn to-wlti t.. BWk 1. Hialeah H.l.ha. Lam*.
half block away Dr. Cole said about three o'clock then decided A_....... a Suk, PUt Hook ts, Parer4 Mra. A. It LMnirtoa.K. .
Vest, the steward served three f Brooliar M lavarbmbW
he thought: It was one of the most since we were pretty tired that Knows-r.Jt.: To ta DM lilr CMIMITlta.1 M South.F M Cawa. M t..k.
at the
YOM Cincinnati-Country
!('I wonderful trees in the world. Mrs. we bettr go home. Although we ,, suits at rtorl4ta. NOTICE' who IS rilRTHEM the. OIVFH..iialirtcalhmanulalw that
Club and four years at The Whit- The ,..mint at mH rmMity wad"the oil p.s.aa aKwaa
'Skill was given one of the seedsthat were tired I am sure everyone had fc vnllni la a 000tI0n1 Flan hoa .
man. Also there are a staff of I' MTtlflnto m ta Uw MM aft
| who shall haw nahM In 'ho CHI
had fallen Into "Kk< Lwufor.
a natural fish a wonderful and educational trip. >M
waitresses, a second cook and si U._ saw. ....It...... ohaII be ... of 0.-e-a..d. Flares.. during the .1.
head I I pond, and was guaranteed that It I We were given transportation Lamed aaesrdioe M law' the proporis ... Months last anaMllas the Elactloa" sod akall
porter. would dry and explode in about I through the kindness of Mrs. Gat. ..rt..... therein will be add. a the 1111911.01. .her. miaura*af la Hoai the.ld nwMratMatoutiaaM al wart to.I .

41111L .,.,mMNaama.M/.MM.IMa.aMMaWMM.M I I I three months. I Un, Mrs. Suber Mrs. A. D. Smith, (bidder IM..odey at the I.Court On .oath boss d door.__ the.... of... days city prior V said Klartlaa. .. akall a.UMillfM .
.... .
Homestead Girl Scouts Dr. Cole then told us that we Mrs. Russell Home and Mrs. Skill. Into 1040.Dowd,. wbkb. It the 4th day d ............. The Cllr ta Clark sets of la the MM Ch, of IRom a -604Fbeida.

smwm..is.ra.a ,sswawams,,,, 1 I i R this B. LRATHERMAN.Clark lath day of _. _. 1030. Maine .of Is K.hereby........ Is dlrstad a .._to _publlab w ..this-

Plans for a camp to be held at I i Fba kiss d Circuit Ceurt, De'fo! lb .... ..._. having pabihhd a ...In...1 the.'..City..Ia.Io.01 I.Hose'.need mid.
CI'.. wo.s a work for fear .*._.<
Jfeitef( 'durtll_ the mid-term.ex- Clftttit Court gal ::131111t ........ she lint .ubllc tk l to bt HMh
N. C. C.
ly 5TERRgl'O
amatlonjwere made at then ; ad less then thirty days ..rtr II *. dolls
_ A REAL 'CHRISTMAS GIFT Px. U. It S IMS Jin, !. 1MOI) d ...101f..........
ct ,trt* Homestead GirlSanits ,ATED MY 4th day of DwotII_, A.D.,
FIIS) ...
Tuesday afternoon TAX DROP I.
he annual Christmas party will Native to k.t Vile 6r "sit h... lh.'1'"TVlm"K..ai \ A.a. Et IDWARDS: T. *. HA*.U
bj held Monday afternoon at 2:30: ... .kidder M a>krn* !I'ar City ft City Clark .. Nor"fCla
0 FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILYIf Miami Tax ..nI(_.. Numb' .. H_"
MI44.imtt a.
o ink at the Skill home. The ,..... I" ft. et. laas.l!
& UM 41k dar "'lul.. A. D 1991 kaiarronlaao
ilor Patrol will have a buffet f11d new C.rtif/nts la or off k'. and
a per and Christmas party, '" made tllinttioto for tal .... 19 I.' ,VTmVVVnVVtVvvvnEXPERT
0MM. its With law taU
T ursddy. evening at the Skill I IIx Cvrtlflrau mkraraa Ov forborne' da.irrlknl .

ne'. Each Senior Scout Is silo FlurMa.property....wI"t situated ta l>aot t*..l...

ed to Invite three persons. Lot I. Blork 11..94 Goo.....,
tics. Dempsey Creary and Mrs Not a New Car, Why Not a Used Plat Miami.Bob Gusty.. Pan of S 1111.1.In ,UM SUM CM* erf rf
C II Hardy of Miami, discussed Florida

IH 1th and safety with Mrs. Skill, Th. tuarettent d saw p.op.ry. I.\I'::
the Raw C.nlfk.ui bard w. BARBERINGHAIRCUT
tr p captain, Mrs. Russell Home Car? Check Your Selection Below same of Unknown.vahns .
a Mrs. uM. C.atfk.ts hall k< noWnwdiMordla
James Hudson lieutenants to .law ta> d...4 will how ttxra.M .
and Mrs. Carl F. Robinson, on the Illk dar of I....." A. D. IMO.
in Dated this lath dar of Doeamlwr. A. D 40c
>p committee member Thursdt '"*. ."...
f. B tEATHERkUNTwrk '
VTS VISIT COLE of. Clnatt Court. Dada CowitrFtortda. SHAMPOO ...... 40c
ESTATE'I 1937 FORD 8 5 Sedan-Good condition.
By Ann (' TlmiU Court

ecently Homestead Girl Scout 1933 FORD Sedan-Priced to sell. ... la or n.etC.; I' lest BURRItTI'. I... S..II.D.INti e.n. MASSAGE ...... 40cBUSII'S.
Ti 1J visited
op the Cole estate,
kn wn as Treasur Trove Math.
e > Hammock. 1936 PONTIAC Coupe- cylinders; clean ; Homestead's Oldest .

lien we were going up the good mechanically. Barber Shop
dr 'e, we saw a division In It made

b a which flower bed represents In the shape a Spanish of ash 1938 PONTIAC Sedan-Perfect condition; D. L. BOWEN BARBER

sli where treasures bad been' very fine car.

foi Id while building the estate 4" SHOPN.
J" front of the house then I is ajnunlng 1937 FORD Tudor 60-Fine paint; mechanically SHAMPOO- tte

Kl g Neptune pool and with I two figures mermaids of I ic Al; small mileage. MASSAGE .?_ tee KROME AVE.

'ed in atone and many slmi-
laajflgures throughout the grounds. 1934 FORD Tudor--Good paint; runs fine. Expert u4 eevrleeu aerrlet

'e were observing this when A trial will! he appreciated. I oe 0
M Cole came out of the house. 1934 FORD Victoria-Good condition. ; looks

H was a very nice gentleman. He fine. .

be an by showing us the HawaiI -

.ttlbl us which has a very 1935 FORD Sedan-Practically new tires;
P f yellow bloom Is
cU that from any other hlblsms motor food shape.

welhad ever en. Next he showed

M the halloo Virgil a plant that REALTORReal
Lees on rain water alone. (I sup-

pow does not It has raj.;m' t hard time when it Bird Chevrolet Co. 1 ISl ate General InsuranceNOT

'After this one- a duplicate 'of
till clitt dvytllers1(; homes The \RY PUBLIC

IWOMI:placed were made under of an carved artificial cement HOMESTEAD FLA. PIIONE# 98 Cor. Palm, Ave. an Ave. B :'orida CUy F1-

tail.. These were In a sunken garla PHONES ....1 A?"') at .MI

<**..*...',, the garden were many "-- :

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Pare Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Fridav.December.1&4939

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Prices :Gpod. From Dec. 15th'Thru Dec. 23rd

._ _SEE WINDOWS. ...FOR_. ADDITIONAL.."" .... ..........."'...."SPECIALS'..,,"'"' ......an .....no.,."...... .. _. ._____ '
JSUISand: .LAM Uit U1VK uf'IVUtc V1cu ria ruin larana 4DK.nt.JfB, UUCKS IiJI-1)j' .
Mixed Nuts 1 No.; 1 Quality GUARANTEED.NOCEAIf .
I f Brazil Nuts"Chestnuts f PKAJCranberry BTOLELiV'&
"; .Ib. Sauce can,12fc| fumpfcin, No.,2% can 12c, !
[Almonds ,
,Pecans (Stewart. ) 9Re .i'TQ. A'tA KEt1 5 lb. 25clb. a .
Walnuts yr !
: I rho DIONNI QUINt *t 04* 1
Chocolate Covered Cherries.lb. .25c Maxwell House Coffee 2ic *.PALM> ** *,*.OLIVE, ,mi r+*, i iS ii ij
Orange Slices . 2 Ibs. 25c eve rtici
3 Cakes ___.._ 19c
Mixed Xmas Candy 2:lbs. 25c FLOUR rnxssURY COLD! MEDAL 5 lb. bag 25c Q
Chocolate Drops '! 2 Ibs. 25c ;WEST FARMS r t i
Candy Canes Each 5c :Sour Red Cherries Cans 25c OCjpGO 4
t Big Stick Candy l 'lb. each 27c : Sow'Cakes' j
1 Del Monte Melba Heinz Fig, Date or
Iceberg Lettuce . 2 Ibs. 17c No. 2'% can 17c Can 33c
Idaho Baking Potatoes. 6"Ibs. 25c :
I. Cranberries lb..19c Cake_ Flour 80FTAS1LKSWAN'S DOWN Pkg. at oC1aG

Parsnips _ 3 lbs.25c COUNTY KIST 19C
i Hubbard Squash lb. 5c .CORN or PEAS 2 MED. CANS 19c -

: Indian Pumpkin lb. 5c Lb Cut 53c onct rou0.Y l
i Radishes, Parsley or Onions, bch. 5c : or Spry fAMI t t'f tI

: English Peas .. 2 lbs. 19c J Miracle Whip DRESSING SALAD Qt2C ,"I" aO! I
: Celery, large bunch -=-:-. .w40c .
; Carrots, 2 large bunch g '."15e GUADOZTEED. Large Pkg. .19c 'f
Shipped Eggs C
, Red Bliss Potatoes .. 4 lbs.23c ,
; oct cod
!: Fancy String Beans. .. 21bs.25c I COBBLER POTATOES 10 Ibs. 25c p ,p
I Sweet Yams 5 Ibs. 15c : 'FLEE uw Rwa
i York Apples 5 lbs. 17c None Such Brown 4XXXX CSC '.1:'

Redland Oranges . doz. 18c MINCE MEAT SUGAR
f Tangerines doz. 12'. IC 2 Pkgs. 25c 2 Pkgs. 17c :M tSNES ;;,

;} i Winesap Apples? 4 Ibs. 29c PORK SHOULDER, SHANK END lb.,15c
f'' Bananas ->|%Jbs. 13c OYR BRIG

!r. Xmas tlU.bll Trees BALILNOREoysters- 50c to$1.00 _]Leg'o Lamb. PREZU'UMLB. 2Ic Me 2 for 17c ag.

1 Standards, qt. 59cEx. ;VEAL ROAST BONED f OQ1I i
and I ROLLED Lb. if
t Selects'qt. 75c : pG

DEXTER: LB.. ]PORK.. HAMS or. One-IIUf Wkofe,Lb, 21c 3 for

-Sliced Bacon. gfjc CHUCK: .ROAST PREMIUM SHIFTS Lb. 25C IIc

.I eoU'fir .. "I.. =

!, Roll Butter 3Zc- 'lA' I Jrder That Xmas 'Turkey Now..Y

FRUITCAKES All the Fixings

I* Priced FRRNKUN For Your Home-

25c lb.'to$1.00 lb. Made Fruit Cake


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