The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00258
 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 22, 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: UF00087294:00258
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Archie Poor, 33, former convict,
DECORATIONSCONTEST Again we follow the ancient Starlit trail charged with, robbing and attackIng i
Wallace K. Rldgeway, grove |
That leads tb Bethlehem. We leave behind owner at Bauer drive neaiRedland

road, was given a penitentiary
ON Our hatreds, fears, and with childlike heart sentnce of 10 yean by Judge Ben LOCAL FIELDAllAmerican
C. Willard in the criminal court of !I:

heart and mind ,record last week. Poor was held to

-!... the court by Justice of the Peace -
Keen Interest ManifestedAs A little season seek Love's shining Grail ? $Sid U Kendrick of Homestead, af. ; Air Race t

List of Entries ter he pleaded guilty to chargesof Entrants to Exhibit '
grand larceny and
A little lovely season we are beguiled assault with
Grows intent Stunt
to commit murder Poor FlyingTHRILLsTROMISED II f

From selfishness to seek the new-born Child. admitted stealing $80 from the
JUDGES PREPARETO Ridgeway home on Nov. 22 and I .
attacking the grower with a hammer '
County Agricultural'
Local Business Places Meets Set by Steff ni Preview of Miami Event 4'' :

Will Be Viewed FOR CAUCUS NAMED I to Be Staged for .' '
r 1 Tonight DEDICATIONOF Group meetings of the Dade HomesteadA It .
County Agricultural Conservation

Keen Interest !18 being' manifested NEWLIBRARY Association will be held Thursday INCUMBENTS I preview of a portion of the
of next week for the purpose of :
In the night Christmas decorations selecting community and county All-American Air Races to be

contest, under sponsorship Final plans for the dedicationof commltteemen it was announced AS CANDIDATES I staged three days at Miami, startIng -

of the Homestead notary Homestead's new $23,000 libra- i yesterday by Charles H. Steffanl, Jan. 4, will be held at the
Club and the Redland District county agricultural agent. Homestead airport Sunday afternoon
ry building, set for the morning of The meeting places and their Mayor Tom Harris and Claude ...
Chamber of Commerce, which It was announced. .
Dec. 30, were completed yesterdayby scheduled times are: Room 1104, Campbell, city lay assessor, were
Started Jut Wednesday.The .
Rev. R. F. Blackfort, Mayor Tom Harris, W R. Bird, court bouse Miami, 10 a. m.1) Blue nominated for mayor and eight Bob St. Jock and Jess Brlitow, : i
gem '
Goose Picking House, Goulds, 2 who are entered In the races, will
oral chairman of the library committeemen and H. candidates!
contort committee A were nominated for I
p. ...) auditorium of Neva King be the performers In the 1 local air
announced that the following Cameron member of the library: Cooper School, Homestead, I council seats at the town Caucus t"
have entered home decorations board. p. m. show. Both have had a ion( lying ,
Four community committeemen held last Friday night at the Nave
Homestead: A. R.: Livingston Flag raising ceremonies .In career. Recently St Jock was .
will be selected at each
N. E. Tenth street; W f.McMlchael Charge of John O. SlUe, Post, they Inurn will meetingand King Cooper school auditorium. engaged In making aerial "shots" i "
N. W. First street; American Legion, will precede the name county Frank B. Rue, Ed Chronlster, of the water front of Miami and
commltteemen. Present
Charles V. Barnes, N. W. Firsttreet dedication exercises, which are committeemen are L. L. Chandler county I Thomas E. Kirby, J, Q. Wynn vicinity for a motion picture corn .

; Dr. Frank Hausmsn, Kings scheduled to start at 10:30: o'clock of Goulds, H. L. Cox of Miami and W. R. Bird incumbents, and P ny. t
highway: ; L. 1.. Hood, N. Jerome The flag recently was presented to Thrilling stunts, methods ef flyIng '
and William Musselwhite of J, W. English J. U
Burton and
avenue; Future Farmers of Amer the library by the local Legion under difficulties and other \
ica, N. :Krome, and Harry Setiau-, post end luring the ceremony J. R. Dorsey were the council* unusual forms of plane navigationwill

berger, N. W Tint itreet raising it the band of the Homestead manic nominated. Five seats In the be included on the fliers' pro '

The following Homestead place High School will play the council are to be filled at the gram. I
of business have been entered: national anthem. WOMAN ROuTS election Jan. I. Two councilman,I A running account of the air activities -

Specter, Burton'i Department Senator Claude Pepper: will,.de- Benjamin W, Morris and Henry will be given over a loudspeaker
Store, Homestead Furniture Co. live the dedication address.' He 'BANDIT TRYING: Brooker,. Jr.. president of the' by J. P. Emerson: The '
West's Grocery, The Diner and will be Introduced by Mayor Harriis. present group, will retain their program Is expected to get underway M J
Maxi Department Store. their posts for another term by at 3 o'clock.YULE 'ft 1 ]

Bural entries Include, Royal Mr. Bird will Introduce Ray TO STEAL $210 ,virtue of receiving the highest -1 -T :

Palm Lodge at Royal Palm State Schroeder, state WPA administrator I number of votes in the last elec :
Park; Ralph Wilson Biscayne who will formally present tion.The HAPPINESS !

road between Krome road and the library building to the city. Mrs. Given Victor, proprietor of I caucus, marked by brevity
Roberta road; W M. Brodie, )!ed. Mayor Harris will accept the building the Green Lantern Restaurant, and smooth operation, convened at GROUP PREPARES : 1
land road and Coconut Palm drive; In behalf of the city.A thwarted the t o'clock and was adjourned half
attempt of a thief to
Marlon Doubleday, Krome load, "house warming" for the library an !hour later Preston R Bird '
between Epmore drive and Bauer building\ In which local match her purse containing $210 was elected chairman after the FOR SANTA ROLE

drive; and Mrs. Herbert Katz, persons will participate, will be as she was entering her home In meeting was opened by Mayor
Biscayne drive and Redland road held two weeks after the dedication Porvenir early last Friday night Harris 4

The committee to Judge Homestead it was announced by A. R, The thief who was masked, is Mayor Harris was nominated Aides to Santa Claus were busily '1
business houses is composedof Livingston, president of the library as a candidate for engaged today at the Hospitality
believed to have been local by
Harry a
Schauberger, chairman, board. pr- :
Dr. J. A. Smith. In. short talk House in the work of packing baskets -
Mrs Burley Dendy Mrs. E. E.: 'The llbary: building was thrown Ion acquainted with the business Dr. Smith extolled the of and-bsgs with food and toys
Byrd Continued, Mrs. Bowing O. Dye, Mrs. I, open to the public three weeks habits of Mrs. Victor He had an Mayor Harris for leadership and for distribution'lmong the needy i'
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ago. accomplice in a car parked short commended, especially, his success families of the district )
distance from her home, she said In the operation of the Homesteadcity The aides are members of the

Homestead Mrs. Victor said : government. Junior Women's Club and the
Hi Annexes 28-25 Victory she had just .
Business and Professional Women'sClub.
I Mr Morris
alighted from her car after parkingIt I nominated Mr. '
Over Redland Before Packed Gymmiddle under the porte cochere when Campbell, whose candidacy has They are lending their support ,
to the Christmas Cheer committee -
the man emerged from the shadowof I been Indorsed by the Redland District
post and grabbed her the.houlder. Voters' League of 'which which annually spreads :
by I ,
Two well oiled e
fighting machines of the first quarter, and at 1 j happiness and goodwill among the
.. He Campbell Is presidentSo
evidently was tryingto
-the Growers of Homestead the end, the score was 7 to 8 In less fortunate of the district I
School and hurl her to the ground, she brief waa the actual work of
High the Diamondbacks favor of Redland. The second All deserving families of the district '
said, but when she screamed he released choosing the candidates
of Redland High School- quarter also was a nlpandtuckaftalr that a I will receive gifts from the
furnished 500 her and grabbed at her corps of checkers, appointed by
approximately fans and ended with Redland cheer committee Thomas E. Kirby ,
top-notch basketball fare In the again leading with Into 13 pocketbook. Instead of gainingpossession Mr. Bird, found they had no duties chairman of the group an- ,
of the pocketbook he to
local gym last Friday night The score. i perform. pounced So far, a total of 117 :
tilt, never In the bag for either grasped two coats hanging over her Dr Smith and E. L. Lawrence
Early in the third quarter, Chap arm and fled. families have been listed but last
team until the final whistle blast, man, Kirby and Sullivan connected declined to accept when then minute entries may raise this num-
ended in a score of 18 to 3J, In ; with three quick ones and tied the As she was Bearing her home in names were added to the list of, ber to 121, he said. At. final
Homestead's favor. score 19-19. Field goals by Llnd- her automobile Mrs. Victor noticed possible council candidates. Since' meeting of the committee Monday

The B teams of the schools I gren and Kirby kept matters even the headlights of a parked automobile the purpose of the caucus Is to afternoon, a total of 1254.SI was
furnished the curtain raiser for at :21-21, but just before the blink three times, as If signaling name two candidates for each office reported in cash donations, along
the evening, with Homestead taking quarter ended, Bishop sank a tree In the car probably was there was no need for balloting with a large amount of candy and
the honors. throw which placed Homestead in the companion of the man who attempted when only two nominationsfor food.

In the varsity tilt, Redland took i the lead for the first time. In the to rob her and the blinking '- mayor were made and when Distribution of the baskets will
the lead early and held it, with last minute of play Grove sank a ef the lights was to herald her only tight nominees were advancedfor start early tomorrow morning and
but a few points' margin until the field goal on a fast break to put approach, she said. the five seats open on the coup Is expected to be completed by
beginning of the fourth quarter.' Redland in the lead 24 to 23 at the Mrs Victor reported the ettem'pted cil. noon. Gordon Ivey and GeorgeN

Then Homestead tied the score and' end of the third quarter. robbery to the police but Approximately ISO new names Wakefield will supervise the
the lead from then on ...-..w.d; At the beginning of the last was unable to give an accurate description have been listed on the reglstra distribution in Homestead, and

back and forth between the two quarter, Rivers made a free throw : of her assailant ties books, R. E. Edwards, cityclerk William J. Geronlmo will have

teams. During the last four minutes for Redland. This was the last announced.: Registrationswill charge of the distribution In Flora

of play the Growers "frcte",' point made by the Diamondbacks, THE WEATHER be accepted until Dee. 31, or ida City Member of the civic organizations -

the ball to maintain their margin themselves until the game ended Otricfal vntkw niMH of three points until the whistle The "old spirit" was kept at Rap...-. .._ .mook" Via". who have become eligible to vote charge 'of the rural section and in :
blew high pitch during the game by the t4"I, mat. since the last election must register, other community .
The tint score of the gem was I Homestead High School band, Dee. 15 I 75 51 30.23 but voters already enrolled will Mr. Kirby id it was only \ .
made by Chambers, Redlard center with its three batontwirling"drum Dee. 11 |176 | 47 IS0.19 not have to register." through the generosity and cooperation
,, when the playing was only several majors," and the smartly Dec. 17 I 171 I 4* I 1Doe. The election board win be com of the Greater Miami
minutes old, but his opponent uniformed cheer leaders of both : II I 10 II |110.011 j posed of W. B Caves, clerk, and Empty Stocking Fund organization
in the Jumping position, Sullivan, schools. The band also stirred up Dec. 1* 13 M 13008 Mrs. A. R. Livingston Howard that the local committee will
matched It with I field goal The enthusiasm for the game by pa- 'Dec. 20 1 (4 ( $0 |30.Oil Lamb and E. F Brooker inspeo be able to bring cheer to- all the.
teams were tied five all at theu (Continued on Page Three) .Dee. 21 I I 146 130.13| tors. needy of tht districtLrr

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from tile Kendal hospital on.Mon mobile crash last week, is reported 'Friday from a ten-day visit with
day. a* slightly improved, although he her mother, Mrs. R. Mattson, at i
remains In a serious condition at Cape Sable.

I and Jlround Lamar Chandler left Monday to I the Post Graduate hospital 1'-- .. ..

spend the holidays with his mother Mr. and Mr*. H. J. Derbyshire of

I to Decatur, Ga. Flint Mich., were. guests hen
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schneider ,
Homestead of Hartford, Conn. who are visiting Tuesday.
Mr*. Martha Perionika hal
; in Miami,were guests Wednesday -
rented the David Snow garage of George H. Todd. Herman Schroeder of Hammond
apartment on Eighth street for the
Ind., arrived Thursday to spend
I" I season. I the wlntetf visiting his son and
Or. and Mn. Joe Burton of At-j came her to attend the funeral of Mrs. Johnny Becker and her family, Mr and Mrs Friu
teal will arrive Sunday to visit her brother, Robert, who waa accidentally Cecil Lee, Injured In an auto son and daughter, returned on Schroder. r
t Dr. Burtan't parents, Mr. and Mrs. ( drowned last week, will ..
J. L. Burton. return to her home In Washington -
-- D. C., Friday. I
Miss Henrietta Hartman, a former -
I resident of Homestead will arrive Mrs L. O. Neal of Albemarle,
today from Nashville, Tenn,I N. C., will arrive Saturday to spend flERES WISHING
I to visit Miss Alta Webster over a week with her son-in-law and YOU All TOHAPPIEST
the holiday Mill Hartman I III I daughter, Mr. and Mn. J. R.
studying at Vanderbllt.University. Brooks.
Miss Webster arrived from Agnes 1 I, *
Scott College In Decatur on Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph flOUDASEASON/
t nesday.Mr. man of Miami and Mr. and 0011-1
, I Geo. Bow of Coral I
,. and Mrs. Howard Johnson I II spend the holiday her It
have a* a guest this week, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Caves, parent of I
Johnson's brother, Roy Johnson Mrs. Gossman and Mn. Bow.
; of New York City. I
". Miss Mary Eleanor Williams, al I
; Edwin Lawrence, a senior at the student at Waynesburg College in 1939
University of Georgia In Waynesburg, Pa., arrived Satur-I
t' arrived Wednesday to Atlanta'i I day to spend the holidays with her OURS IS THE SIMPLE, OLD- ;

rence.parents, Mr. and Mn. E parents In Mr.Modello.and Mn. Casper Williams I FASHIONED WISH FOR YOU; t

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Rex Faust returned yesterday I Jack Gatlln returned; )'esterda,1 j .:
from the University of Georgia to from Emory College to visit his
r spend the Christmas holidays with I parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Gat BAMBOO TAVERN'Neath
x his parent, Mr. and Mrs. T. 1.II fin, over the holiday
r Faunt. I
': Jack Kro.tudent at the Water Tower
t ':t Barbara and Norman Crowiby Princeton University, I II spending i
f II of Miami are visiting Joe and the holidays with his mother, Mn.
Gene Reynolds this week. W. J. Krome.
I Miss Iva Dyal: Miss Virginia Joe Huau, ; senior; at Marlon
Frlqk and Jack Turner arrived Military Academy, Marlon, Ala,
Sunday from Stetson College to arrived Sunday to spend the holidays
! spend the holidays here. Vernon I I here.

: I Turner, also a student at Stetson, ..---.--M.I-,M 111111.- ANNOUNCINGThe
arrived Monday. 'I
i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- Mrs. W. W. Severy
I field art expecting Mr. and Mn ..... .
j D. L. Farmer of Arlington, Va.,
l William Birdie of New Haven, of
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and their son, Don, Jr., and Mrs. Opening
, M. J. Draperrol Boyklni, Va. toarrlviffoday Conn.:, arrived on Friday to spend
the winter I
, 'I to spend a week. Mn '"
Draper I* the mother of Mn Mrs. S. S. Shields received a
'. Wakefield and Mrs. Farmr. her I Ii
telegram Wednesday Informing
of the death oh brother, W.Lameasure .
William Arthur and Clarence !
In automobile STATIONAt
) Froscher. student at the United an accident TURNER SERVICE
j State Naval Academy at An- I at his home In, Detroit. I II

napolls, will arrive tomorrow to I Mn. Lucy Clinton; I II critically
,,. spend several week her with 'ill at the horn of her son and
their parents, Mr. and Mn. A. F. I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn.I
: < Arthur and Mr. and Mrs. E. Charles B. Clinton.
v Froscher A'j N. Krome Ave. and 5th St.
Mrs. J. W. Thomas of New York
i Ralph Wilson left Wednesday City, arrived last week for a visit I
k ,- on a business trip to Tallahassee at the home of Mr. and Mn. G.I I Homestead
Pickard. Mrs. Thomas was a Flor-!>
a. Miss Madge Thompson, freshman
i Ida City resident 15 yean ago
at Florida State College for
when she and her husband and ;
Women, Is spending the holidays
't children owned and occupied the
1. Bruce Thomas '
present property
Mr. and tfrs. H. F. Hindman of I on Seventh street. ,
Miami will spend the weekendin I Fred Hogwood; suffered' an In- I I I
Homestead with their son and
last work
lured foot week while at
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B.
but Is now able to be around
l M. Hindman. Mr. and Mrs B. M. 'l/aln'l
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Hindman had as guest on Wednesday Mn. Tolletin of Walled Lake.I
l Mr. Hindman's uncle and [Mich., arrived Monday to visit her
l aunt Mr. and Mn Roy Hindmani' dater. Mn. Walter Schutl.I .
of Cincinnati. I Lubrication Facilities
I Mr. and Mn. Dewey Freemanand
Myron Grennell. Harvey Rue I children, Mn. Myrtle Ketsin.er .-
Banks Byrum. John Fl't'derlck'and and John Freeman of Clarksburg '
I Tom Collins, students at the University W. Va. arrived on Sundayto .
: of Florida, are spending! spend the holidays with Mr. and
the dolidays with their parent Mrs J. W. Freeman and F. B I SPECIAL SERVICE ON i -
F her*. Freeman, parent and brother, respectively -
I of Dewey and John
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Clement Russell, who attends .
IL. Florida Southern College at Lake-\Freeman.The and
Washing Polishing
... land, I II spending the holidays Sunday school of the Community -
't his parents Mr. and Mr*. W. Church held its Christmas I,
Russell of Naranja.Mr. H.I I program on Thursday evening.
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and MrI--w: : E. Rhcney and William J.-Gronimo, Jr. ar-
i daughters, Vara and Anne, will I rived this week from Gainesville,
L.. spend the week-end with relatives)Ga, to spend the holidays with I' Your Patronage Is Earnestly Solicited J
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: in West Palm Beach. his parent '
'./ Mrs. Harold Rohrer and son, i
Mn. David the former
I Rodney, returned to their homer
Miss Mary Elizabeth Krome, who I)
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EDUCATION CITED High will be on Jan. 1 when MIami Payne, George W. Turner, Jr. M s. W. I): Bishop Dies
Edison wllll be entertainedhere. and James WolUm. C. G. TURNER JR.
At Grove Residence ,
Judging of Homestead business I
AS AN ESSENTIAL The box score follows: houses will take place tonight and
Homestead fg ft pf the committee will meet at the Mr*. W. D. Bishop, for nearly OPENS STATION j
J. T. Godwin, f II 4 chamber of
; commerce office at 20 prominent In club and
FOR DEMOCRACY Fred Chapman, f :31 4 7 o'clock.
Carlton Sweet, f 0 0 0 Judging of the other entries civic circle In Homestead died ON KRONE AVE.
, Billy Moffctt, f 0 0 0 will take place Wednesday night early last night at her home on I IA
' : Education, that basic clement James Sullivan, o 3 0 J Judges for the Homestead homes Richard rood, near King highway
which distinguishes a democracy Jack McMlchncl. e 000 will meet at The Leader-Enter Fuherat arrangement in the new fining station at N. W.
front a "mobocracy," must be act Clinton Bishop, g I 1 :I prise office at T o'clock and the charge of Turner Funeral Home, Fifth street and Kroroe, catering
cepted by adults as well as children Edward Kirby, g I 0 4 other committee will meet at the
. if the precepts and principlesupon Charles Bowen, g 0 0 1 i eame hour at the Turner Funeral I had not been made at tM tune of to all needs of the motoring public -
which our country was founded D. L. Bowen, g 1 0 0 'Home. going to press.lChurch has been opened by Churtof

are spared from the Inroads of Mr. Dlackford pointed out that I G. Tumor. Jr. t
fortignlsms, declared Rabbi Col- Totals 12 4 18 the time for receiving entries hasbeen of God Yule The station dispenses AMOCO ,
man A. Zwltman of !Temple Israel!, Redlanl tg ft extended to Christmas Eve Program Arranged gasoline and I Is equipped with all
Miami in a talk betM the Red-
BillyCampbdl, f 0 a :3 and that they may be given to the latest facilities for greasingand
land District Lions dub Tuesday ; I
numbers of the committee. I A ChrJalm.-Ir&m will Ix
night Robert Rivera, f ; .3 a I lubiu bn. Best make 1.1'''' !
In the at the HomcktcidChurch
r judging decorations the presented
Clyde Chambers
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"In places of the world where DoM *tom will be used Mr of God be- 'raid ,i, usscincs are oW at popular I
Buddy Llndgren, g 1 1 1
totalitarian Ideologies rule, the Blacnterd said Twenty-five an-nounced "prices. Alto it has a refreshment
Leonard Qreer, g 1 1 :I
masses, despite popular concep- points each will be given for the i department for the convenience t
tion, have something to say," Rab- Totals 7 11 I following qualifications: 1, general 'Coplin, pastor The program will of patrons. '
bi Zwltman said. "It is wrong to effect and ensemble; 2, Ingenuity Include readings and dialogues afiter Mr Turner It the son of Chi rlet
imagine that In dictator countriesone and originality; 3, euro and time which candy and fruit will be O. Turner member of the Lade
man does everything single-, expended; and 4, sheer beaut ,'presented to the children from a!county school board. L. B. Slnraneulo
" handed with no support. The dictator YULE CONTESTContinued of central part. Christmas tree. it connected Kith the ita I..*!.
has the support of an entire .. .
i. machine of human beings, who act: ,f
in the spirit of a mob. When hu-! ( from Page One)

, man beings follow blindly, even i
A. R. Livingston, Benjamin W.
"11 when they are in great number, Morris and L. W, Ernst
they constitute a" mob; when human -
beings by the aid of education The committee to judge Home- Sears P VA '1
stead homes is of Mrs.
select and think, then act, they
constitute a democracy. Therefore, Ben Archer, chairman, Mrs. W. R.
Bird Mrs Ovid Sullivan, Paul
In order to preserve democracy,
Loaner William J. Geronimo andJ.
we must beware of base mob actions -
and sponsor education for the D. Redd. THE FAMILYCHRISTMAS &
, individual who constitute the unit, Judges for the rural section are *4rmm
j4 of government In a democracy." Mr. Blackford, chairman Miss STORE
Ellen Huff, Mrs. C. H. Campbell,
V. Mrs. W. P. Cash, Mrs. A. A.

Miss Eunice Walker
[' Gets Diploma Tonight The Christmas Gift She'll Use Always i

. Miss'Eunice Walker, daughter of POSEY'S GARAGE "Powermaster" Electric Mixer ,, !
the Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Walker
- of Socrum, will be graduated this Specializing In
evening from Kathleen High .:. ,
I;J School. Until the past year Miss AcetyleneWeIding 11 75tvsKssli r
' .. Walker lived in Homestead where
':;', her father was pastor of the First v
Baptist Church. Tins '
is sty Payments f
,v" She has already matriculated at Iniiilril A I
&; Florida Southern College at Lakeland an4General
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., DAY AND NIGHT mixing bowl and Juice ex- ,
fading during the afternoon in the tractor. Does the hard part ;
downtown section. SERVICE of cooking. Ivory and green. i
Printed programs now are a fea-
Other food mixers 4.98
ture of Homestead's home games.
These programs contain the names, 15 N. W. Second St. to 23.75
numbers, height and weight of
players and carry up-to-date Homestead I i
scores of both teams playing .. I IrI'rIY'No.
The next game for Homestead "H afmaster'
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Page rally._ THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, December 22, 1939

nil Ma4 Mora." Jltttbofta.I Herald Angela bag'a
I Rotarians Hold Annual Yule Party, ttyrte) Anna unum Cordate CaaJdyt The ChrUtma Bee program
i of I Gradual: "Silent :Night Sanctus--Tsylor. will begin with. communion at
Mark 15th Anniversary Founding Gloria Tlbl Anoit Communion 1I7mD-'Hel'l, 0 My 7:30: a. m. and thlldran1 Eucharist
Grouse TlbI-AJIOn. Lord." .- iAgnu and Sunday school .( 8:30: a. m,.
The Homestead Rotary Club I Sermon Hymn: "tittle Tojm of Del-Adan Morning prayer 1* at 11 a. in. and
NEW QUARTERS Bethlehem." Gloria-"Good Christian Men midnight service at 11 p. m
bold Its annual Christmas party
Offertory Solo by Mr*. Keith Rejoice." Holy! Communion will be held at
and celebrated the 15th anniversary OFBEAUTYSHOP Foulk, "0 Holy! Wight" Nunc Dlmittl -Turle. ...**- t. a. on. Christmas Day at the'
of Its founding at Legion Hall Presentation! "All Thing Come" Recessional hymn-"Mark the church.

Tuesday night Twenty-nine\ member ",,,,..,,,,...........................................................................................................................,.,.....,.." ...........,.......,......,.,....".",,,,,,,..,,,.....
and II notary-Ann, former TOOPENDEUG

member and guests were

present A beautifully appointed reception .-.. ..
After I turkey: dinner the program ; room and service department
wa turned over to Theodore outfitted with the latest furniture

f. Bleler, chairman of the and equipment will greet patrons
fellowship committee. Nominations ot the Mae :Morris Beauty Shop at
for the "office" of Santa Its new location on North Krome
Claus followed and William J. avenue kt Third street Opening

Qeronlmo and O. B. Parker were date has been Mt for De,. 39.

nominated. They left the room The building to home the shop d 1 .
for the period of voting, but while
recently was completed for Mr*.
they were absent the members
mischievously! elected Frank B. Morris. It li of concrete block
Rue to act a* Santa Claus. Distribution construction. The beauty shop will
of present followed. occupy the south half of the build
The present were musical toys In,. Its present location 1* In the
and the air for sometime thereafter flower Building.
was filled with "music.: Mr*. Morris ha operated the
some Of which could be distinguished beauty shop continuously for IS
a* "Jingle Bells" "Three year I .
Blind Mice" and other old favor '

Favor for the ladle were EPISCOPALIANS ? FOR A LOT OP REASONS. PAR.. s. 1f't

bridge outfit These were con :: TICULARLY BECAUSE IT GIVES.**.. .-
tained In miniature cedar chest,
each bearing the Rotary crestA PLAN PROGRAM US AN OPPORTUNITY TO GREET .

humorous qui contest was .. OUR FRIENDS AGAIN AND
conducted by Mr. Bleler. This was OF YULEMUSICThe
followed by a serious play, "John : WISH THEM: THE JOYS OF THE ..
Rotary' which depleted the object HOLIDAY SEASON.
and purpose of Rotary.
Those taking part la the play were fallowing program will be
Adrian Jcobl. P. J. Franklin. presented at St. John' Episcopal
George Wakefield, the Rev. It. F. Church on Christmas Day FLORIDA' EAST COAST FERTILIZER CO. F110. -
Blackford, Mr. Bleler and Ben Organ prelude: "Oe u Bambino" .
Arcbtf.Mr .
*. Julian H. Webster the club Processional Yon. : "0 Come All Ye ,. Frank. Rue, Mgr.
pianist, was presented with table
lamp by the elub. Short talks
were made by A. F Arthur, In behalf Anthem by Choral Club. .

of the former Rotarians Opening Hymn .SIn, 0 Sing in minn................nigriummiii Im 11117-111111--l 11T..11,111,114, 11 M11111 111-1
present and by Mrs. Wakefield in
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Rotarians and member of
their families present wen Mr.
and Mr*. Ben Archer Mr. and Mr*.
t' T, 3. Bitter, Mr. and Mr*. J, R. rUJ/U 1I1I11I
r Brook Mr. and Mr*. R. F. Black
ford, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Black
bum, Mr. and Mr. Roy Chandler '.
Mr. and Mrs. W M. Fifleld,
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Frlck.' Mr. and
Mr*. P. J. Franklin, Mr. and Mr.
William J. Oerorlmo, Mr. and "
Mr*. B. M. Hlndman Mr. and 1-
Mrs. Adrian Jacob, Mr. and Mr*. I =-_
Lee H. Lehman Mr. and Mr*. Max i (
Loaner, Mr. and Mr*. O. B. Parker .. ..
Mr. and Mrs. C J. Parman Mr. t "
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and Mrs. Fred Redd Mr. and Mr*. t:! MRS
J. D. Redd Mr. and Mrs. Paul I
Reynolds, Mr. and Mr*. W. E. ,
Rheney, Mr. and Mr*. Frank Rue, .'
Mr. and Mr. Charles Steffanl[, Mr. 5 ;' ==
and Mrs. Edward Stlllng, Mr. and =
Mrs. W. F. Therklldson, Mr. and '
I I \ Mr*. Ralph Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. 11 SIM
O. N. Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. 1 ,}'l's
Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mr*. Julian
Webster Mr. and Mrs. Donald "'< =
Neese. Miss Virginia frick Miss ,'> =

I, Redd.Annabell Redd and Mill Theresa ''.. WE WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO WISH EACH OF

Other attending were Mr. and
j F. Arthur Mr. and Mr*. Tom =
Llndaey, Mr*. Tom Faust Miss
Cameron, H.:L.Cook and Richard .


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Conducted Tuesday
Funeral services for Mrs. Ells. *
i beth Preitonla Robinson (6, who ARD OF QUALITY AND SERVICE i. ?
died at the home of her son. J. J. ,.,
Robinson, After a Short Illness, I. .
; were conducted Tuesday at the ALPINE: GROVE DAIRY I
Turner Funeral Home) by the Rev
II" George Ricks pastor of the Homestead :
Presbyterian Church. TIle 0. B. PARKER, Prop.I I
body was taken to Oilethorpe, Ot, .
for burial.A .
native Of Macon Ol, Mr*. .' >.
: : Robinson earn to Homestead .11 ;' =
sY1 year ..... Beside J. .i. Robinson \' g
I she I* furvided by another son, ,, I' 1.1 oj
t' Paul Robinson of Hollywood; three I ,.
daughter, Mrs. Bessie Kemp 01 ? I i ',' r : {: '
Homestead, Mrs. Charles Roacher ,. .:
.I Miami and Mr*. W. T. King of
Amerlcus, Oa.; two sisters Mrs.
Annie Butter and Mrs. Ben Young IUllnIlUlIUlnnlWJmIlIl1J/ ; lllllIlIHIIIHIIIOU'IIHIIIIJ
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Friday December 22,1939 THE .:

stock, ethers for fruit and vegefc- allows pleat v Cltr. BushneU ,,.-..___ 0..'.
FARM MARKETS able, while some have cold storage Marianna, .aBello, Holly lilU and. .
and packing plant accommodations FBrlda City.AiANJA .
IN STATE GIVEN$990,013BYWPA for use of She patrons. In
design and size these markets run NI STUDENT HONORED
from simple roadside stall to I
plants of elaborate proportion" Lakeland. Dec 21.-Clement
"This program' concluded AdmlnUtrator Russell of Narsnja, was one of 1)
Schroder, "Is one ot high-point men to Intramural
A review of work: done by the the most constructive phase of iporU at Florida Southern College.,
Work Projects Administration In WPA activity in Florida. Through It wa announced. _

Florida in assisting to establish the medium of these facIUUD'he
atate department of agriculture
the Btafwid Farmers' Market expects to stimulate the aala of G. 0. Brewster, 1\(. D.
program of the Florida State Marketing Florida farm products In a sub-
Board howl that total expenditures itantilal manner. The programhas Ere Ear. Neae and Threat
made, and authorized been the medium of furnishing Treatment
mount to $990,01) with 17 market II work to-a great number of needy Glasses Fitted
persons over a large part of the
unit completed and an additional itate. otlWb.r.as.ssaretq May this glorious Christmas season

14 in various stages of construction State ..........
markets located
completed are bring contentment happiness
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kt this time, according to
I as follows: Arcadia Starke, orss at WfM ..... A..> Mltmnt
Roy Schroder, WPA state admin Eacambta County Road Markets .tr..tWANT and good cheer y
istrator.These. ,Wauchula, Palmetto Ocala, Leon
Farmer State Markets County Roadside Markets, Chip- Usami" n.rw. I
distributed over 27 counties," ley Fort Meade, Volwiia County .... N.,N" T. ORFANEDES
states Schroder, "embrace a wide Roadside Markets Palatka, Live .
Variety of marketing facilities for Oak, Sanford and Pqpipano. Units
the farmer of Florida. Some' are under construction lit this time, ADS PAY -
designed for the handling of live- ,or authorized for building, are as """

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II. u... a1 Ik* go" arrive M Enterprise MUbllnhed .III.r. ll miu }'
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er Dee, M. 1919 .

D'* tt DU C..ay1.4.
at midnight on Thursday washock
a to her many friends Heart S
1% For EducationThe and lung trouble were the cause*,,The "

was 68 year of ago ." I?k.

National Resources Plan-I t d N -"A caucus was called on Mon- ,
nlng Board haw just J Yy" ai day night, Dec. 19, by Mayor S. A, 's'
following figures on how the nation ..\. King In the town hall. The following ,$
spent Its $59,300,000,000 Income .
were nominated for election
in 1839-38: food, 29"%" ; housing '
lit the Janua/y primary; : Mayor, S. -v'
' 18%; household operation, s ; "' i A. Xing; town clerk L. M. Sme-v'

8%; clothing, 0%; automobile, ,\ ,;.. \ ser, O. W. Moon; tax assessor, Ed. ".
e tt%; medical car, 4%' ; recrea-
Brooker, L. B. Candy; councilmen
, tion, J%! personal care and tobacco .
.. (five to be elected "
I ., r.r A_ ) J. p.Kcdd .
a each about 2%; transportation llj; W. J. Tweedell, J. B. Rower .V,
,'1H%;education In than 1%. '
, i n,.. jONGOFTII H. Brooker O. H. Sullivan, r'
lowest except for a few miscellaneous '""
I Frank L. Skill, J. B. Moffett, W.
Items 3? TEN ". F. Fennlngton, J. T. Vann and D. '..
to above
According the figures,
H. Flowers"
89% of the total Income was spent .EXISTING MI5PON1i !
! for current consumption, 10% was ar Ar i tEUCS SPANISH-J "Morgan P. Riviere is the cen

saved, C""%" was given away to relatives 1 .x OCCUPATION ,' al1l enumerator for Homestead and /
friends churches and phil Florida City. 'f
, anthropies. Jtf no..e/ "Clyde alias Sausage Nixon ,*f S',

': Almost mil" of the total consumer : spent Tuesday and the price o! tj,
, s Income was expended for a pock of camels in Miami. tg
) the family car; only 1V4% to all HISTVBIC "Rufe Dorsey and Roy Osteen

i otter kind of transportation OLD SPANISH went hunting for deer on
I which Included bus taxi subway man day and although j

i railroad street car, airplane, 6 LL. searched diligently the ChrlSt.ft, (
! steamship, motorcycle, rented list was>ill. Of course they
t ,, automobiles, horse-and-buggy The OWNED 6Y ed the walk"
total spent for auto Is $3,800,000- .
i -"The Fritz Fuchs place
t, 000 purchased by W. II Cole, Mr, $
: ; Cole and family recently arrived 1
r s + SJL/STY ie.re from Kentucky." 'Ji
tii The PatrolThe
Highway ,-"Ruth Whitney Tower arrived.s>
a ...
j new Florida .highway patrol rnS.- Sunday to spend some time with '"j

II' I* now a reality. It Is now Although the BURROWING OWL is the library of the Florida Historical Society I Dr J, B. Tower and family" arriving '*|)
via the stork lIne.
I functioning all over the state and a wide ranging bird in western North Jacksonville is a most interesting
"While hunting for muskrats
It Is hoped that the public will cooperate America, Florida has a species all her own I relic of the missions established by the and field rats In the glades last

to the end that accidents Its range Is restricted to the prairie region Roman Catholic church during colonial days, week our esteemed citizen, R. L. I

\ and There fatalities will have be reduced been of central and south :Florida. Just why a in Florida. It was found near Madison Bacon, fell into a gator hole. Intantly -
; reason In may some form of this bird is isolated in a limited Florida, about 1840 and was! secured in 1906' the laws of gravitation were
7 motorcycle years "cop"past In considerthe section of Florida and entirely! absent in by Gov. Francis P. Fleming, then president reversed and Bacon made a projectile

t\ friendly light but the modern an un- all the territory between south Florida and of the Florida Historical Society through.: look like two (2) cents for
the West has been vexing problemto Judge E. J. Vann of Madison. A After '
j highway traffic officer Is the safe a very splendid speed. vigorous fanning, Af.R. ,>{
I> t drivers' best friend state Asher many ornithologists and naturalists. The specimen of Spanish workmanship it is Livingston succeeded In bringing -
" \ Frank director of the Florida burrows of these strange birds often extend believed to have belonged to the once thriv- him to, whereupon the victim ,
, Safety Council. as far as eight feet underground. ing Spanish Hesion of Machalla in Madison asked Just when the next train

r\ old time "cop" wa gruffy The old EVANISH MISSION BELL inCURRENT County. for Homestead left.
i anr unfriendly His principal Job ----- -"The P. B. McCrary dredge is

i Wit to bring In revenue from fine. 1 ..''"'''..........................._;.._......,_.... now one-half mile into Monroe \
I He would lie In wait for the unwary vvvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvvv er as we might lay; but before they county, digging the remainder of
motorist and make an arrest arrived there a reprieve came for the Cape Sable highway."
for the slightest Infraction. them. It ha been well said, "Hell Children in Court -Howard Lamb Is helping In the

I Th modern officer courteous COMMENTBy hath np fury like a woman By Judge Malcolm Hatfleld F. 1!:. C. freight office over Christmas -
and friendly toward the late scorned," but voters seem to be .*

driver. He is more Interested In AGNEW WELSH, Miami different; they do not turn so YNINNNINW ..../"......--."'"'...-....... -"Frank Sheffield 1* working for .)
keeping you from breaking the u.u. ... .... . . .. easily And to add a little flavor CHARACTER TRAINING Taylor Brother during the school ..t
laws I ithe to the sorry mess, Just stir in the vacation."
than In catching you In the
act. Ills chief Job is to make the In a two-inch advertisement In Hammings case. The child's character Is first -"Mr. Broaday of Atlanta who
highway safe; not to produce Journal of National Education I a shaped in the home because it is came down with W. O. Webster ','?
;: ti revenue. the Orlando chamber of commerce I Among the other disadvantagesof there that he make his first con. recently, has purchased the club '.i
( He get after the reckless and appeals to pensioned teacher to growing old i* that the under- tacts with life Therefore, parents house of the Woman's Club of the ,'4i''
I 1 I live there, heading! the appeal, taker treats Redlands and is contemplating< "
dangerous driver and makes the you more affably- should strive to develop those >.
( highway safer for law-abiding thus"Luxuriant Living In Cen-" looks upon you with a sort of appraising Ideal** which he will meet later in moving the bulldntg Into town. ,
tral Florida Pension Incomes.
r motorists. He 1* the only means on eye. his contact with society. Correct Scarcity of building material and c
Quite a good stunt X a e and effective labor is causing this move" 4
by which reckless driving and parental example Is ,.
: over-speeding can be controlled, A military authority states that My goodness, how the women the best method of impressing such Tax Thelma Cahoon, daughter
" i 1 point out Mr. Frank. For every soldier serving at the have taken to politlclngl! One of ideal on a child of F P. Cahoon. and Otis C Rad-
I ( I' Highway traffic officers now front eight men must be employed them wants to run next year for A prominent educator suggests ford of O'Brien. Fla., were united a ain
r 1 carry first aid equipment with at home to sustain him or his dependent U S. senator from Florida and that ambitious parents encourage marriage on Tuesday night at /

t i them and are trained in its use *. Yea war la expensive then there' the incident Involvingthe minor achievements, because disappointments 8:30, by Rev. B. D. Bourn, pastor .y
, They arrive quickly at the scene, any way you figure it. authoress of "My Day" and frequently follow of the M, E. Church South,
I If of an accident and, re often InI' a Mrs. McNutt I didn't say anything when a child la goaded into reachIng "Ruby Leach spent Christmas at
strumental in saving I lives thai, A state writer lays that after about "catty," you thought goals beyond his capacity home. They are expecting/ Vernon
would otherwise be lost.NONSENSICAL long personal contact with the that one up yourself.. Even though a child fall to attaina here any day. (Florida City) f'
Italian he thinks haveno e smaller
people they goal parents should not
I FUN stomach for another war the In 1898 the world powers spent let him see their disappointment, He Found Out
African one bringing too heavya an average of $27 per inhabitant for the youngster is likely to become The two friends were discussing 5
I Have you seen a sheet for the rivet toll; that Mussolini has a secret for war purposes, the "big ihots" discouraged. Parent must motoring a* they sat in the "
f t bed? war thirst and eventually will I II being the following always remember that a child' club. "I was once buying a secondhand 'f

'. Or a single hair from a hammer'i I take side., but which ldeT And I Russia .h h h -. $5,400,000000 abilities are limited. ,To illustratethis car from a garage own .
I head? he adds that it will be the one 1 Germany h ._... ._. 4,400.000,000 point it la only necessary to er," said one. "Of course he
r Ha the foot of a mountain any that shows the greatest possibility I Japan .. 1.753,000,000 mention that a young man let praised It up, as I wa a novlqe.
toes of. puttng Italy In the "big Great Britain h 1,883,000,000 home simply because he could not But I found a way of discovering .
( And is there a pair of garden I money" France ., ___".. ..___- 1,002,100,000 please his parent with anythln absolutely aU its fault"
"I h_? I United State ._ _h __ 1,065,700,000 he tried to do. "'HowT" asked the other. '

ti. ) I Doe a needle ever wink its e1 There' something rotten In Denmark Italy _____h____ 828,000,000 While children appear to imf. "Why," went on the first' fl
; ; Why doesn't the wing of an armj, :,. and In this case la mind Who said war wasnt a wicked tate theilr parent and are inf luenced ., had it on trial, and took It to another '

at fly Tallahassee Is the "Denmark!i waste? All that money spent to by their emotional reaction,,, motor dealer and asked blpSI I
I Can you tickle the rib of s 1 The Dade county court, after nu kill each other oft and people goIng the older children ra. the family 01 to buy it"-Prairie Farmer. '
parasol? merous small convictions finally huagry what "* lot of farmland lathe nlghborhood are frequently I
Or open the trunk of a tree It t t planed to a bawdy house madame, other form of civilizing: Influence able to stimulate a desired reaction "Riches," said the teacher as be :9;;

> all? a sentence to Ralford, but s* the that money would have pro In a younger child,hicht the, was reading to his: class, "take &
Are the teeth of a rake Inclined to, sherfft'was about to convey her I vided. parent themselves could not sc, unto themselves wing and tIf.: *
t '. bite there a reprieve came from the' comptish. away. What kind of riches doe the
Have the clock hands any left or. governor' office. Next came two I People who irritate me: "Yet" writer mean?" :
,; t right? notorious Hialeah gambler with men and whiney women! on the Off the Coarse Blank look met his gaze. ,

t, ,, Is the garden plot quitedeepSt and a.longstrtrqraf chntrictiolwThree: ncllo-or Bywbere-eb, .. He was new,to the course;."Cad "Surely joiaeone can answera; *,
' : dark? : year ago they were sentenced to a .' die, coddle' ,- h. wailed, This b a I question like that. You, Brown,
., And In this."Turning Back Memory1* ". .' what kind.of riches did the writer
what 1* the toun*of a Mrca'iUrkT Balford ,but fought the' ease terrible .course. '
through the supreme court and 1 Cur taln,7 Editor T. I:. Fitzgerald Caddie: '''Hoota air. ye left UM, _1" '

Nor you nor I, nor anyone lost all along the line and they! said la the issue of thaJDajrtooa.Beach. course' twenty minute ago;' ,e'"I Brown -hesitated for a moment"
..Ob erver,' under date- ol in Mrs. MaeAndrew' rock- garden I and then phulpd."OItrlcbe1, sir".
I' Can see a thing In this but fun! were allowed to leisurely proceedto
-National Parent-Teacher. Ralford:Under their own pow 1 (Continued front'Pag* Seven" nowEr rChtcage New .

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they wanted it "taken out qf pull-i poinciana as its official flower and I'
HOMESTEAD IIIGII.LIGIITSu. tics." Same old cry we have been Avon Park, the Jacarinda; Palatkahas
Dr. R. Elliott

......./..................................--....."'...-....-...-..... the hearing old for weather years. Reminds wheeze one about ol long been known as the Axalea i 'I ,
city and Klsslmmee is to be the I ClIIKOrRACTOR '
everybody talking about It but
.- Schools Have White Merry ChristmasThe nobody doing anything about It. petunia city. When Homestead I Homestead
M Christmas Outdoors! entire high school has Just But I'd have to concur with the voles, what flowers will be candidates Horse Bldg.

,,o'e ''. ; sailed through some rather rough i Docs that being a high-grade physician for the honor
," The Homestead High School and seas six-week exams, but our and a first-water politician 1 \ \.
the Neva King Cooper School observed sturdy ship, "Education," Is bringing are not concomitant. p-NNpMM1.,. .....................p.....r.......... r.W.rr..r..NN.-.W ,,.-p1.N111aIIN11111111a11-11111- s
us through safely and we'll \
Christmas with a combined It W
soon land for the Christmas holiday
on the outdoor
program A federal supervised ot
Friday at 1 o'clock. The dra- I *' There are two weeks of rest survey For (
tale the average family expenses in the your i; ;
and before
pleasure we embarkon
class and the glee club
pre- three classes of tnoorotf-lower,
sented "Peace on Earth" a Christmas another Journey in the land of middle and upper.. Indicated the Christmas ii
theme for a cappella choir and earning[ so a Merry Christmas and following ,
I verse choir. Happy New YearlA )
i The elementary school present- I II DI 1 1II
I ed a still-life nativity scene, and co-operative chapter projecthas I sums'a I
the assembly sang Christmas been started by the F. F. A.

., carols while a representative tram ,boys who are planting during the I i !a j
Christmas II IIJfI
each home room brought ,Ifill.to holidays. Food $2=11 $404 $842
.. place around the manger Housing 173 339 720
: The basket gifts of canned foods] NEW TEXT BOOK OUT Clothing 47 102 251
.' t Ii, and toys will be' distributed to I' Growing In Citizenship" a new Automobile IS 87 215
(? needy families. type of civics text book for eighth Other Trans, 11 19' 37
and ninth grade pupils recentlyhas
Medical 29 41 106
been completed by Dr. Jeremiah
Recreation 9 28
"Christmas Carol" Is
; S. Young professor in government
Personal Care U: 22 44
Presented AssemblyA at Rollins College, Win Tobacco 10 12 23
ter Park in collaboration with E. .
Reading S 12 23
dramatization of Dickens' M. Barton, director of Social Q
7 30
"Christmas Carol" was presented I.tudle. at Elizabeth N. J. It was
I Sundry 3 6 15
In Neva King Cooper School's assembly announced at the college this week. TURKEY DINNER '
by pupils of Mrs. Gladys The new book Is designed to give The expenditures on three of .:!.
Cooper's fourth grade 1 pupil concrete understanding of these, tobacco, reading and education
Tommy Drawdy was Scrooge; their country and Its Institutions are quite enlightening WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS _

:Albert Hinman, Jr., his nephew;. and life in modern communitiesand Church support Is probably Included SERVED CONTINUOUSLY FROM

fairy Betty; Thomas Schauberger Dolar,, Bob a Christmas Cratchet; _...nations.".I,1p -"',"'".,....-_....,,- In the."sundry". Item. 12 Noon to 8 P.l'l.Christmas I
Louise Williams. Mrs. Cratchet; The American Eagle's Bonito

Billy Byrd, Tiny Turn| Clinton CURRENT Springs correspondent says that Day
Cooper, Peter; Kavney, Jess Peay has gone to Miami to :
Belinda; Geraldine Shepard, Fan- COMMENT join up with the forest service and
ny, Bobby Hill Dick; and Flora would probably be assigned to Green Lantern Restaurant
Jo Simonton, Martha .,11//NL""."?.""' ...................?.....".......""",,.I Flamingo key and added, "Good : : :
Another short "The Lost boy."
Doll" was presented play by Ruth (Continued From Page Six) I ..........."....."'.._............".....""."."",.r r.rr" r.rr..N.r" "_.n...."....."."".."...,,......,,",",,".....
Parker, Wesley Kelley, Betty Jo "Thirty-five Years Ago," that in Owing to the Intricate technicalities ,
Deitz, George Dickinson Ann the second week of December of production of airplane
Home, Betty Byrum and Eileen 1904, that 8,000 men were expectd fusUages (bodies) it has not been
Strickland. to be put to work extendingthe possible to.build them on a mass
"The Night Before Christmas"was Florida East Coast Railway production basis but now comes
read by Albert Hinman, Jr., from Miami to Key West, the sur. Dr. Leo Baekland, a Dade county I '
and Principal B. M. Hindman gave vey for which was then being home owner and plastic wizard, I 93 9 1939 I
a, piano number.Committee made. who says he can make the "Clark-
46' fusllage, wings and all at the
When John D. Rockefeller died rate of 150 per month with 100
Will Study his son and namesake fell heir to skilled workmen and a few hun
Student Council PlansA a billion and a half and has devoted -I dred semi-skilled ones.
most of his time In trying to i RBI

committee to work on pro- get the Standard Oil smell off his Miami has adopted the royal
posed plans for the student government hands by a wise disposition of a i
council has been appointed great amount of this wealth his DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
by President J. T. Godwin. benefactions summing up as follows
This committee is composed of :

Sponsor E. B. Blackburn, J. T. Religion _._. .. ..._..__ $29000000 II 1 ,
Godwin, Mary Frances Arthur Parks, Beautification 27,000,000

Fred Fuchs, Betty Brown and Education _._ 24SOOOOO Office Hours 8 1:30
Tommy Harris I Reconstruction ____ 19000000 : -
James Nesbitt has been appointed Arts and Letters 19,000000 of
chairman'of the lost and found Internat's GoodwilL 14,250,000 First National Bank One of the greatest pleasures : \

committee. Miscellaneous 13,900000 Building Yuletide is the opportunity to wish .IfJl ; )

BAND CONCERT POSTPONEDThe Social Hygiene ._.._ 8,800000 (
General Charities _..0_ 4,700000 Open Evenings by Appointment each of our customers and friends a I

band and glee club concertwas Prohibition ___ 360,000 Merry Christmas. ; :
postponed until after the The reconstruction item Includes
holidays. At that time the band 14 million spent on his hobby of NATURAL GASFOR I
will be In uniform. rebuilding old Wllliamstown, Va.

Mrs. Bird's class made $34.60 Two competent medical men WATER HEATING '
from its minstrel show for the elementary said recently that Florida's health V. D. LYON PHONE 56 I I I ;11I
school physical education conditions needed a reorganization Homestead, Fla. i
fund for new equipment of the state's health board andWe'd ,t

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.,1YyHI/INNMWNMINMWNNHIYNHM.IIM IMM """""""""""""'' Marilyn Wagner;"Hello Daddy,'by were made In Mr* Russet's room. by O. Henry and"Gift of the Majl
Noel Gosnell; "I'm Only Six Years Carroll Hamper tt a DeW student by O. Henry!
t I' Redland Rattler Old" 1>r Aliens Odom "Yankee In Miss Sajer's room. She is from
The Doodle and two more poem, Virginia. CLASS MAKES WALL PANEL
"Tap Dancing"! by the girl and "A Bobble Ball cams back to Each elementary teacher busied
By PHYLLIS JENSEN Football Puree by David Bor- school after a five-week abeence. herself with the wrapping of
W.MNINN/NHNNI,,,,,HNHHH.HN W"NHIINII1,1N I"NI W NNMMNNHHNNINNHINN""HN.HHNH gardt. Marilyn Wagner told about The fifth grids class studied Christmas gifts made by: the pupil
Rev. Ceo. IL Ricks .Scott, Jack Marshall and Adolph I the rubber toy they have made Christmas stories In their art class and home roo na.
';Lopes. went seeking for cdhtribu- since the beginning of the year. 'Christmas Carol," "The Mrs. Folk's fifth grade crayon-:
Speaks on Laziness tlons for uniforms. Those who The audience lang "Sileat Night" Christmas Carol by Kate Dickena'I exed a large cloth wall panel,
f contributed vim B. P. Webb, T. during the intermissIon. WI.sln.White the.. "World Friendships," which embodies
Mia Daniels* room had chargeof M. Torbert, E. J. Polk, A D. Folk,' Margaret bent introduced the figure drawing of all &atonalities. -
the assembly: program last Brooker Lumber Co., ,W. D play, "Make Believe." The cast READ TOE WAN ADS .
: week. Peggy O'Brien led the devotional Home, J. W. English, Mrs. Elchen- consisted of the mother, Marilyn
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*. Betty; Lou Harris sang Owens, Mr. Owens, Smith and
I Gopp; Dr. Tom, Robert Black; .f
) "Sweet Miss Mary" accompanied Barber Shop Stanley Wlttkop,! the children, June Greshan, Al- DR. 'C. H. DENBY
by Mrs. Grey, Marilyn Bethea Franklin's and Redd's Dry Clean-'lena Odom, Etta Mae Levy, Ruth
gave a tap dance to accompaniment era I Reams Margaret Dent, Marjorie I
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played by Miss Kerloot. Ann1ha4.iWtord Osteopathic Physician
played "Home Sweet MAKE Wagner gave poem
Home" and "Silent Night," and Chlrrtmu Wreaths were made I "High Heeled Shoes" and" the girls ,
Joy Lee gave a reading, "Sublim from floral greens by the home!sang "The Cradle Song. Phone 39Homestead '
inal Self." economies girls for each door in -
) The Rer. George H. Hicks high school The advanced class ELEMENTARY NOTES Fla.
spoke on "Laziness," "There Is made Christinas candies. Santa Claus has his picture all
"I la ," he said. Brown's. Drug Store)
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"We fall because laziness.. Our Each class was given 100 sealsto
business In life Is to study, to develop ( seaFIRST ten's room. -
ourselves to help others. I
,I Thinking we are too big tor our job I GRADE GIVES PROGRAM
la a bad habit. We must not think I Mrs. Fletcher 'first grade had
our talents are too big to do what' charge of the assembly last week
we are supposed to do, that business The devotional were led by Ruth
I Is tpo small for us. We should Reams, Allene Odom, Margaret
tend to our own business." Dent and Phyllis Ann Gopp Several
"Mr, and Mrs. Grey led the sing songs and poems were given. <,'
ing. : "America the Beautiful," "On the rRISTIAS
Way to School" were sung. Then I
: CONTRIBUTE TO UNIFORMS followed a reading, "Jelly on My
A committee composed of Ila Bread" by Dale Fisher, "The In* '
't Jean Irwin, Jeanette Cox, Francis dim Chief" by Benny Kuteldt; a
,,; Soper, Marie Bashor, Dora_song, "Mother .'I.n.4. Father," by I If Il
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J Mix Katherine Jenlca :River the bride was maid of honor. EdThlckiton 1 were ..marUd Sunday night\ In A surprise to both friend and Lakeland when she was an In- >:
r and Earl C. Nelson, were married I of Hollywood, was best; the Silver Palm Methodist Church. relatives was the marriage Sat- fant and attended school here. (f>
*t the home of the bride' patents, ma The ceremony was performed by urday In Fort Lauderdale of Min She moved to Florida City ,with l k I!
Mr. and Mr. <}. ,C. ]flivers near A reception followed the cere-' the Rev Jesse E. Waller at 0:80o'clock. her .mother and ulster! Jo October >
Princeton\ Friday afternoon at 0:10 money. Mrs. Paccttt and Mrs. The church wa decorated Alice Marguerite\ F lrdoth and Mr. ,Chandler, a native wf .Winder \
r... ,o'clock. The JRev. Jens E. Wallerof Wittkop served punch from an with poinsettias| I fern and I!R. B. Chandler, both at Florida Ga., I* the brother of Roy 1,,
the Silver Palm Methodist ice-bowl banked with gladioli and palms I City. County Judge Boyd Anderson Chandler of Florida ,City, and ton "
Church ,performed the ceremony. fern. A tbree-tiered wedding Stanley Wlttkop\ sang "I Love performed the ceremony.Mr. of Mn. Chandler of Hornvllle <
Stanley Wlttkop sang "O PromIse cake was topped with a miniature'I.. Ypu Truly" and "Beca; se," wtth II and Mn. E. K Clogged, I a.S'Before.cominl( to Florida "
,, Me" ,and "I love You Truly," ,bride and roam. ', piano accompaniment\ by Mrs.Wlttkop. City two year ago, be lived in ;,
with piano accompaniment by The bride was born In Narana ,also of Florida City'were the only Decatur and operated JUIIIng J
MM Wlttkop and violin accompaniment and attended Redland High School Miss Vera Fletcher and Jack attendants, The bride was ,dressedin station In Atlanta. He operates the Z
by Roy Nelson, brother and Homestead ,Business .coue,.. Fletcher were the only attendant, a black ensemble. Florida City Service Station
of the bridegroom.The for the past four year she had white Mn. Chandler It a Otivghier of I Mr and Mn. Chandler are !living -
bouse was decorated with been employed In the First /National The bride wore a' crepe Mrs. B. M. jraircjoth.:; A nativeof in the Brokkett house on '
palms potted plants pink gladioliand Bank; of Homestead.Mr. ensemble with white accessories.:I Valdatu. Ga. she moved to I Eighth itreet. :
aster Nelson, a son of Conrad Her corsage was of pink and white I
The bride, who was given In Nelson, of Princeton, has spent carnations. Miss Fletcher wore
marriage by her father, wore a most of his Ute In this district Be- black crepe with black accessories.A
white lace street-length dress fore going to Hollywood five reception was held at the HONORED ON ANNIVERSARY
made with puff sleeves. From the years ago to fallow his occupationof hqme of the bride's parents Mr. Col H. W Johnston was hon
round collar of net to the belt electrician, he was employed and Mrs. ,L. H. Creer, following, ored on !his 84th birthday anni-
were small crystal buttons. She at the Homestead Electrical Shop. the ceremony versary with a dinner given at the
wore p bracelet that was a gift at Mr. and Mrs. Nelson will live Mn. Riven Is a native of Miami -I home of his granddaughter, Mrs a rM
her mother's wedding. Her cor- In Hollywood. but has lived In the Redland Rudolph Oossman In Miami, Wed-
I sage wad of red roses. About thirty-eight guests attended District most of her life. She attended nesday evening. f
Mn. Earl Pacettl, Jr., sister of the wedding. Redland school. Coven were laid for: Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Bullard, Mr and Mrs.
Mr. Rivers, the son of Mr. and
George Bow and son, Mr. and Mis ,
A. R. Caves Col. and Mrs. John-
AT J. D. REDD HOME HISTORY OF POINSETTIA i a native of Princeton. He Is a
,tpn and ,Mr and Mn Gossman. /iW : 'iAh
graduate of Redland High School '
A family reunion and dinner The South Dade Garden Cub ;
and is employed at the Subtropical -
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will be held at the home of Mr. met at the Homestead Woman's Experiment station REDLAND ALUMNI TO HAVE !TM eea Me fcinoswWfc Total 11f

and Mrs.J. D.Redd Christmas day. Club house Monday afternoon The couple will live It the BANQUET AND DANCE rltr *|. aa* beea *- .

Those who will attend are: Mr. with Mn. A. W. Jones and Mrs. Rivers home until their house on The Redlnnd High School AlumI'nI (Utot f-.a.( Wave, Vl
Cooper road I II completed. Association will hold a ; to beadle .aa* baas lafas
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and Mrs Fred Redd, Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe a* hostesses. and dance at the Homestead Country -, aB toe* ..*mA .
C. H. Redd, Dr. and Mrs. N. C. I Mn. R. J. Shepherd, the president SLUJIBEK PARTY HELD Club Wednesday night. j JK
,Pintado of Miami, Mr. and Mr. read a poem, "The Sun Ris AT WILSON HOME The public Is Invited to attend Shelton Tb ';ilflqe CroqulgnoleWave
:ing." An article by M. H. Add- *
the dance beginning at 9 o'clock.
Fred Fuchs, Mr. and Mrs. Carl and slumber
A spaghetti dinner
Ington on the story of J. Poinsettia The Alumni who will attend the, Lust Blowup" "Win1011adow.1do. Cow
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter party was given at the home ,of
Anderson who brought the flower of I banquet at 8 o'clock an asked to sreueeALICI'
Harden and son of Key West, Mr. that name to Florida when he was Mn. Ralph Wilson Saturday nigh, make reservation with Mis*
J. Brooks Mr W: $ CEAUTV
with Mn. R. *
and Mri. J. A. Daugherty, Mr. a minister to Mexico, was read. E. Rheney, Mn. T. J. Faust and Waunlta Talbott, president; Mlas
I Dr. Irene Shanklla read a poem Alma Jane Llndgre.n Mill Ruth PARLOR .
and Mrs. Carl TweedeU, )'lt. and "A Wlah. Mn.; Wilson a* hostesses. .. ..d.. .
Christmas Mn. Geo. I JIaw. Ased.-ear e
I ; Murray, Mill Georgia Oopp or ; e
Mrs. Corbert Geiger of South I Reed gave a group of readings.The I After dinner the group played Vernon Turner; by Saturday eve- 0.-0.Pbd" 1,110-14F...... I
Miami, Mrs. Lena Knowles, Mrs. next meeting will be on trlpley and bridge. I ning. I
Ivey Arthur of Alken, S. C, Miss I Jan. 1 at the home of Mn. Shepherd -I Those attending were: Mrs. W., fI
MarjorIe Redd, Miss Ella Pintadoof In Florida City. R. Bird Mn. Adrian Jacobs, Mn I
Miami, Misses Annabell and I Others present were: Mn. Alma A. F. Arthur Mn. O. R. Hall, 1'
Teresa Redd, Richard Fuchs, Ben I Shetzline, Mrs. W A. Fisher, Mrs. T. M. Torbcrt, Mn. A. M. THE DIXIE DRUG !
i WIngard and tons, Charles and i f>{rI. :N. Q. Ball, Mrs H. F Pot- Logan Mrs. Rheney, Mrs. Faust,I
Junior of Alken, S. C. Marian ter, Mn. Hollliter Sage, Mn. R. Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Wilson JACK FOLK
Anderson Theodore Knowles, 'O. Desmond, Mrs. W. K. Haas; ,
f Freddie Fuchi and James Redd. ,Mrs. Wm. Dunlop and Dr. Vaughn. READ THE WANT ADS HOWARD JOHNSON t tlIoma.

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[REDLAND P.-T. A. HONORS and "A Little Bit O' Honey" ac- B. P. W. C. MEMBERS I
Miss Eleanor Williams read
Fathers and teachen were hon- "The Death of Dauphin" and "A Husbands of members were ;

r Social Events I ored at a meeting of Redland Clipping from Tom Sawyer A guests end Professional at the Homestead Women's Business Club:

P.-T. A. on Thursday night of musical Quiz was conducted by Christmas party held
last week. Mn. Brandenburg and Mrs. Redd.
evening In the town hall of Florida '
Leslie! Stanley, an Instructor In Gifts were exchanged. City.

CANDLE-LIGHTED CHRISTMAS PARTY HELD Redland High School, spoke on served.Hot chocolate and fruit cake was A pot-luck dinner was served,,':

'1 "The Value of Open-Mlndedness Christmas decorations and favors
BY WOMEN'S CLUBS AT COUNTRY CLUBThe in Carols Preceding the program each circle formed a pleasing harmony with
a Democracy were
had short business meeting the club's green dinner service.
sung while' Miss Mildred Small'sart
The Joint Christmas party and from the Christmas tree. classes gave pantomimes. Susan Mrs. O. L. Showalter was Contests and games followed the *
. Hostesses from the Senior Club elected leader of the Mollie Win-I dinner. '
dinner of the Junior Woman'i and Helen Pope presented living -
Club and Homestead Woman'sClub I were: Mn. B. E. Gatlin, Mn. pictures of the Madonnas.The gate circle; Mn. J. A. McNeil was Mn. Lloyd Deitz, muslo chair-
{1 WM held Monday night I at Joel J. Robinson Mrs. H. K. Foulk elected secretary and Mrs. Robert: man, directed the evenlng'i actlvItls. -
n the Homestead Country Club. and Mn. Perkins. Hostesses from faculty quartet, composedof Glenn, treasurer I She was assisted by Mrs.
Club Mn. Bur- D. R. Snyder Clarence Gray, Mrs. J. E. Davis elected :
Ferns and pine cones decoratedthe the were: was Flora D. Myen, Mrs. J. H. Ham-
Mn. Rudolph Matt- J.Q.Caldwell and Mr. Stanley, leader of the Pearl Davis Circle
i ley Dendy ; mett and Mrs. Roy Chandler.
tables and the light was
t furnished by candid. The mantle son, Mri. Doxsee and Miss Pearl sang school several band selections.accompanied The high theOlrla' Mn. George Hanson, assistant: Present were: Mr. and Mrs.

. of the fireplace was decorated Whitaker. Glee Club and the Mixed leader; Mrs. C. D. Baker, secretary -i Charles Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
; with pomsettia. On the place Others present were: Mn. A. F. Glee Club.A ; Mn. Virgil Lyon treasurer; Lyon Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer -
cards was an original poem writ- Arthur, Mn. Paul Canon, Mn. E. reception followed the pro- and Miss Helen Livingston pro Mr. and Mrs. Deitz, Mr. and
ten by Mn. L. L. Bow. J. Dyal, Mn. T. J. Faust, Mrs. B. gram. gram chairman. Mrs. Chandler Mn. Clna Stewart
Mri. Harry D. Wolfe, president M. Hindman, Mn. A. M. Logan, Social reports were given by Mn. B. A. Waldln Mn. Myers,
of the Senior Woman'i Club, gave Mrs. W. K. Walton, Mrs. George each of the circles. Miss Ann Lee and Earl Lee.
the toait Mn. Carrie Crovron W. Harris, Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Mrs. W. M. S. CIRCLES HAVE Those present were: Mn. Dex- The club will meet next on Jan.
and Mn. Alma Doxsee sang "Oh Fielding Ruff, Mrs. W R. Anderson CHRISTMAS PARTY ter Smith, Mrs. L. C. Lyon, Mn. SI,. it was announced.
Little Town of Bethlehem," and Mrs. Frank Webb Mn. P. J. The annual Christmas party of J. M. Holding, Mr.. J. P. Dye, Mn.
"It Came Upon a Midnight Franklin, Mrs. Zeke Martin, Mn. the Circles of the Woman'i Missionary Grace McLellan Smith, Mn. MaryE. Hams, Mn. Dan Williams, Mrs.
Dear" Mn. L P. McLean sang Henry Ruegg, Mrs. Carl Drswdy, Society of the Homestead Todd, Mn. L. D. Wyman, Mrs.E. F. M. Hunt, Mn. H. M. Brown
"Star of the East Mri. Bow, Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mn. E. A. Methodist Church was held Tuesday M. Price, Mrs. L. B. Free, Mn. Mrs. E. F. Mix, Mrs.Joel J. Robinson -
who gave the Invocation read an Buchanan, Mn. W. B. Caves, Jr. afternoon In the Sunday: Guy Everett, Mrs. John Newton, Mn. H. M. Brown Mrs. H. J.
original poem by Mary Terrell Mn. Robert Glenn, Jr. Mrs. Paul School building. Mn. Vlvan Booth, Mrs. MollleWlngate Brown, Mn. Showalter, Mn. Lyon,
Dickinson. "Oh Lovely Christmas Loaner, Mn. Harold Oxford, Mrs. Mn Lewis Brandenburg sang Mn. J. J. Richards, Mn. Mrs. Redd, Mrs. Brandenburg
,' Dr. Irene Shanklin read R. E. Sherard, Mrs. Herbert Turner "Ring Ye Merry Christmas Bells" John Anderson, Mrs. Casper W1I- Mrs. McNeill, Mrs. Ranson, Mn.d

"The Night Before Christmas... Mn. R J. Walker, Mrs.D.Ruehle. ..............................................................................................................''II
"Jingle Bells'1 and "Silent Night" Augustus Wynn, Mn. George
were sung by the assemblage. Mn. Reynolds Shores, :
Mri. J. D. Perkins had charge Mn. H. B. Beattie and Miss Norma :
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f Mri. Henry Olsen was elected A progressive dinner will be

I president of the Gleaners Class oft held by: the. Kappa Phi Delta sorority
the First Baptist Church of Homestead next Wednesday, It was decided Christ
at Its Christmas party held
at meeting In the sorority -
at the home of Mrs. C. H. Denby a
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. room In the Brown apart-
Davis, Mrs. Lloyd Witt and Mri. ment Monday: evening. C b 0 eft
Denby were the hostesses. I The members have been collectIng : :
Mn. J. Lee Smith was elected toys for the Christmas Cheer TO EVERYBODY
fund during the past week.
vice-president; Mn. Gordon Ivey,
secretary) Mn. Labors Bishop, assistant i Those present were: Miss Nina
: secretary: ; Mn. A. L La. Dyal, Miss Nina Bullard Miss Mary
( nler, treasurer Mn. J. M. Roberts, Frances Arthur Miss Wan Hor- :
{ Jr. assistant treasurer. Mn. S. LS ton Miss Frances Lamb, Miss .
t West I II the teacher and Mrs H. Betty Jane Meybem, Miss Barbara Merry Christmas An old, old :
Schauberger Is assistant teacher. Done, Miss Doris Warr, Miss Kath- wish :.

Mn. West was presented with a erine Marsh frid Miss Betty The twinkling stars repeat; it; ...
floor lamp from the class. Brown.
Merry Christmas I We wish
Mrs. Pete Morgan and Mn. Lanier you
were prize winners a name Jr. Mn. Earl Cravey, Mrs. A. A. health
guessing contest Gifts wen ex- Bussey, Mn. Vera Greer, Mrs P. And a joyful heart to greet it IHECTOR
changed. D. Reams, Mn. W. W. Allen, Mrs. I
Thou present were: Mn. Van. Orlando Wollam, Mrs. Flay Wat- :
( nle Lee Harris, Mn. Claude Camp. son, Mn. Dexter Home, Mrs. E. S. SUPPLY CO:
bell, Mrs. Bowling G. Dye Mn. Hurt, Mrs. Evelyn Alexander, Mn
Russell Home, Mrs D. H. Dell- A. E. Paul, Mn. A. E. Campbell,
inger Mn. Askew Smith. Mrs. Mrs. Olsen, Mn. Lanier, Mn Homestead, Fla. :
Auburn Dellinger, Mrs. Miriam Bishop Mrs. Ivey: Mn. Roberts, : :
Rogers, Mrs. Hugh Easter Mrs. Mn. Schauberger, Mrs. Olsen,

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One hundred nine were-present dolph f Blackford served as Santa I It
at the Christmas covered-dish dinner I Claui :t
Robert Kuhn son or Mrs. Ken ;
part given for members ol
drlck, announced the numbers of
John O. Salley Post of the American a
program presented by the chil
Legion and the Legion Auxiliary dren. This program consisted of:
I and their families In Legion a recitation, "My Christmas StockIng .\
hall Sunday evening. ," by Dorothy Reams; a clarinet t (I I'I
A big and sparkling Christmas solo by Paul Rue; a trombone
tree held the place of honor, and solo, "This Is No Dream" by John
feitoqns of red and green hung Kuhn; a clarinet solo, "Here t
from pillars banked with Austral- Comes Love," by Paul Rue; a trio,
; Ian pine branches and brightened "Washington and Lee Swing," on '\
\. with acalypha, crotons and tinsel the drum, trombone and clarinet]
The lights were shaded in green, by Robert and John Kuhn and i
and poinsettias decorated all the Paul Rue. Christmas carols were .
tables. sung by the assembly. I
Mrs. Lamar Kendrick, presidentof After the party sixty-three toys
the auxiliary, made the welcoming were tent to the Umatilla hospitalfor
t address and the ttev. Ran. crippled children. Santa Can Many'ItemsJ: ;'I

1 FIREMEN TO SPONSOR I .........----.J "
\'f The volunteer firemen of Home .....-.........,.....-.--..........-...
stead will sponsor a Christmas Dec. 22
-Christmas program at
dance at the Homestead Country Homestead Methodist church. Boxing Gloves __............. Reels $7.50-$16.95 ,:
Club Saturday night. H. John- Dec. 22-Redland Home Demonstration

ton's orchestra of Miami will Club Christmas party. > Footballs .._..............__. tlng Reels N.-NNN. $2.10-$29.00
furnish the music. Dancing will
;. begin at 10 o'clock. Dec. 24-Christmas program at t

. First Baptist Church. Basketballs _...._._.. _........__ $1.50-$5.75(
Dec. 27-Banquet and public
PATRICIA WALTON HONORED dance of Redland High School

ON FOURTH ANNIVERSARY Alumni Association.Dec. Tennis Rackets ...__..._ : .......__......_... $8.50 :
Patricia Walton will be honored Progressive dinner of i
N on her fourth birthday'anniver Phi i
Kappa Delta
.. sary with a party this afternoon 28-Meeting of Dorcas I IDei Roller Skates .................... Boxes ..._ $1.00-$3.75
.Jr,'at the home of Mrs. B. M. liind11 :. 28-Joint Installatlbn of Ad ,
.> Astra Chapter of O E. S. and .22 Single' : :18.50-$111.50: I
man.A cake made In the form of a Masons. Shot Rifles ....... Motors _.
tree and decorated with dyed co- Jan. Meeting of Garden Club I

: conut, gum drops and animal with Mrs. R. J. Shepherd in Florida : Air Rifles ..._.........._......... ...................__ 150017.50
I cookies to represent a Christmas City.

,, tree table.will Various be on the games dining will room be W.M.U.Jan. Meeting of Circle One of!I Tricycles ......-NN...................Florida:1:> Sets _.....__ $17.93 up

played during the afternoon. Jan. Meeting of Redland

II' Guests will include: Sonny Tuck- Neighborhood Circle with Mrs. J. Wagons .......___...._........ .._............_..........._..,$22.50
'r er of Miami, Mary Celesta Neder A. Rotherham. I
of Miami, Linda Sottlle of Coral Jan. Meeting of Monday ,
':Cables, Sally Lou Hastings Janet Music Club. I Miniature\ Cars ......_...... ( .........-N.N 75016.95
':. Cooper Dickie and Bobby Huff Jan. 8-Rebekah Installation,

Kjjjf;. Billy Losner, Byran Wynn, Bernard meeting Fielders' Gloves ..._......_... ( ..._....._.._.._._.._....._ 90e
', and Dickie Hindman. Jan. Meeting of Homestead
I Woman's Club.
JENNIE LOBDELL Jan. -Meeting of W M. U. Radios ......._......_.._...._ $ ,..........-............... 3c: up 1
Y DAS CHRISTMAS Jan. 11-Meeting of Woodman's
q? The Jennie Lobdell CIRCLE'i'i Circle. TIONS !
t ( W. M. S. of the Jan. 21-Meeting of Homestead
r dist Church was B. P. W. C. In Florida City town I
day night at a Christmas party at I hall at 8p.en. !
the home of Mn. T. B. Grantham Jan. 22-Meeting of Jennie ]Lob I W. D. .
by Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs. B. M. dell Circle with Mrs. Carl Anderson. ,
Hindman and Mrs. Grantham. .
The circle presented gifts to LUMBER\
J Mrs. Logan, circle leader, Mrs The Choral Club will practice
J. J. Richards and Miss Jennie with the Episcopal choir In SI Phone 507-J Homestead, Fla.
John's Church
LobdelL Episcopal tonight J
i Various games were enjoyed and at 7:30.:
'II Christmas cookies sandwiches, ( More Society on Page 12)
> candied fruit peel and hot chocolate
e were served. ;; '
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Those present were: Mrs. Caroline
Thurman Mrs. Virginia Walton
Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, Mrs. rl ?!;
E. J. Dyal, Mrs. Stanley Witttop,
Mrs. Lloyd Field Mrs. Bruce En-
nis, Mrs. Leslie bitter Mrs. J. A. |: .'
Webb, Mrs. Paul Reynolds. Mrs.
Carl Anderson Mrs. H. P. Me-

Evelyn Daniel. Mrs.Hatton Jason Mrs.Avery DeBerry, Mrs. $ $ !

Mrs. Richards Miss Lobdell and } p .
the hostesses.The dduteepP UtJlrel
next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Carl Anderson on i
Jan. 22. 0ap tv v I .

W. F. At S. HOLD
study of the book, "Our
Island Kingdoms" was conductedby
Mrs. Milford Lee at a meeting .
of the W. F. M.S. of the Homestead
Church of the Nazarene in the
church Sunday evening. May ,the joy and happiness of with {
The society Is packing a Christmas
box for a needy family this } you throughout the coming year. to serve

area. you better than have in the
Those present were: Mrs. W.-H. : even we "
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Spear Mrs. Stella Chamber,Mrs. ;
i W. L. Chambers, Mrs. ferny Bo 'I. 4 t. .. ;
f gardt, Mrs.'Lydia Cupfaiger.-. I ; "''''''' '
David Frederick- .Mrs. George ," I
II Wlngate Mn. Craft,, ...... Lee; OR ON -:' .
Miss Elsie Pratt Hanson and Mm.Josephine ';;" :f.'q. -. :: ;

Naranja, .
Mr and Mrs. Paul Reynolds bad
as dinner guests on Sunday Mr I
and Mrs. Frank Raymond -and
Mrs. Keith Crowiby of MiamI. J

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++++ .+++++..+ ++ at fast treating. Freeze stiff sad '; MRS. W. D. CQKER ELECTED --
beat or stir thoroughly Return to SOCIAL EVENTSEMBLEM I BEAD or WOODMAN'* CIRCLE -ct t"
freezing compartment and finish Mrs. W. D. Coker was elected

Hints toHousewives freezing freezer. ; or freeze in crank-type --.., --I II Guardian of the Royal Poinciana .. loNG.DISTANCE 4

PRESENTED Grove, Woodman's Circle, at a
DAJ)'.! BEEFSTEAK SANDWICH AD ASTRA CHAPTER I IMra. meeting on Thursday' night of last ;

1 cup ,cooked beefsteak ,pound Nancy Rlckard of Miami,I week at her home.
Other officers elected were: .
1 hard cooked egg presented the Ad Astra Chapter of I
+++++++++++++++4++ i medum shed gherkin O. E. S. at Its meeting Friday' Mrs. R. L. Godwin, past guardian;
Mrs .C. B. Walters, advisor; Mn
By Betty Barclay Catsup night In the I. O. O r hall a hand; RATES
I II'ut Godwinbanker Mrs. Florence
through food chopper the painted emblem of the order madeof I I
PacettI, chaplain Mn J. T Mar-
CUSTARD RECIPES egg sweet wood by Walter fandry of ;
VARIED beefsteak, : gherkin tin, attendant; Mrs. O M. Cooper)I
" INTRIGUE YOUNGSTERS Add sufficient catsup to olden.: Coral Gables. It was a gift to the assistant attendant; Mn J. R. REDUCED \
WHO BALK AT EGOS I Spread between slims of buttered chapter by Mr. and Mrs. Fandry.
Bevis, inner sentinel; Mrs Clara
AND MILK bread. Makes filling for six sand Miss Alice Maoomber, outgoing
I Thompson, outer sentinel; Mrs.
Eggs and milk are a vital part of wiches. worthy matron, was presented Coker, reporter; and Miss Pearl /;; nttViAND.
the health diet for all of us But with a purse by Mrs Frank Whltaker, recording secretary.
j strange CORNED,BGEF HASH i Schneider, newly-elected worthy .
all too often, through some Mn. Florence Pacettl and Mrs.B. .
I perversity, the growing youngsters t cups chopped com beef matron. The puree was a gift of O Branch gave a report of the .
; the very ones who nod nouns< t cups cooked potatoes the officers. Miss Macomber presented district meeting held in Fort Lauderdale -
ment most, develop a .dislike\ for tt cup milk or water I the officers with a Jet of In November. Coffee and J6iitc
eggs or milk In their usual XoqmiAD .' t tablespoons butter or fat table znati Mist Macomber gave cake were servd. t .
easy answer jo thia menu Salt and pepper I her report of the year The next meeting will be held
strike, is to serve varied types of Mix beef and potatoes together' The Installation of officers will Jan. 11 .
custards. A short cut that make! lightly and season. Pour the milk take place jointly with the Masons -

custards surer of success and i Into a frying' pan with half the fat oa Thursday night W. English, Mrs. R W. MuUlns, i
saves time, too, I. awetened condensed and 'when this is 'warm, turn In' Each person present. was pre- Mrs. Lloyd Deltz. Mrs. Frank Voice-Visit with !

milk. The sugar and milk the hash, spreading it evenly and sented with a small stocking of Morris Mrs. George W Turner, Folksat
are already boiled down to placing the rest of the fat cut in candy. Cookies and hot chocolatewere Jr., Mrs. Herbert Katz Mrs. Harold Faraway I

creamy smoothness that blends ,pIeces, oa the top. Cover the pan also served. Sheffield, Mrs. Ed. Brooker, these i
perfectly with other Ingredients and place It where the hash will Those present were: Mr. and Mrs Robert Harris, Misses Esther i
This cuts down the danger of cook slowly for half an ttour and Misses Mil- '*
Mrs. A. R. Livingston, Mr. and Helen Livingston, HOLIDAYRATES
curdling or wateriness' to a minimum There should then be a thich rich Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mr. and Mrs. dred, Hazel and Julia Sullivan, ( I
crust on the bottom. Do not stir Walter Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Schneider, Mn Rickard and '!U
.i the hash. Fold it as an omelet is Fandry, Mrs ;Robert Bell, Mrs. J Misl Maeomber ,!
Orange Meringue Custard I folded and place It on a 'warm About
platter. This slow of heatIng ...............'"............................................,.,.".I..... I ;Boa: Can Talk j
1 1-3 cups (1 can) sweetened process : :
'w condensed Milk the hash gives it a flavor that L! : :I zoo "tier for 35 cents
! not be obtained by hurried '
S oranges can : C I aoo sails for 6$ feats i
I eggs, separated cooking ,
i f $00 milts for 11.15"
S tablespoons granulated sugar
Blend swetened condensed milk LITTLE JANE'S RECIPES : frbu. tales apply on B-oIoule :

with diced| pulp and Juice of or- Little Jane, aged eight, may not : c Btatlon'ia-Sntioa calla placed
anges. Add well beaten egg yolks snow a great deal about carbohydrates : any time on Christmas Not
I Pour Into buttered baking dish and vitamins, but thoseof (year's Day. The ISMS are ctgtt
i : A lady la effect night af let
Cover topwIth mwlngue, made any
you who do laugh at her: spellIng -
I from stiffly beaten egg whites and and directions yet actually t i .seen and all day Suod yt ft* :
seduced Bight and Sunday.Bjue* '
sugar. Bake in moderately slow try her favorite recipes, will get : c tat PcraocMo-Penoa call trill
oven (325 degree, F) 19 minutes, :
i a real thrill: .
also be fa effect all far fihcb*
or yntU meringue la brown.; Serves CbookliU; Kreem C oSi and New' year"*,
,t. i isms
8 tablespoon coco .YU .ETIDE JOB(
I 1-3 cup .auger Why InW19099 the; Jfa"aC .
Angel Custard 3 tabelspuna waiter t: i' tof all be saddgpect .
I ;0
Vi cup sweetened condensed 1-2 teespun salt : i.i became of ibwnUoTe4<
\ .roUk 1 pint kreetn' i ii No matte where .they P\
1% cups boiling waterI leg
I 1-8 teaspoon salt Mix coco, auger and watter over i TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND j ji grout together telephone in the will cheatingwarmth bring ,
I egg whites the fire sturlng like evrythbtg you
of yoke
\ H tteaspoon almond extract till It Is thik and smoothe Kool a i Intimate
f v Blend sweetened condensed teeny weeny bit and pour over : CHRISTMAS AND MAY OUR to-volctf chats So tiled *4trantage > I
i milk and boiling water thoroughly stlfely wlpped kreem: and beet of these special boll.idajr I
., Add salt Beat egg whites very muchly] with a Mean spoon. Add long distance rates Id I
1 slightly, using a fork. four milkS eg and beet muchly agan. MakeIt GROW EVEN STRONGER AS THE 1. brighten the season fcr SQUanal
S and water over beaten egg white kold In frigerator. This takes lovebpnaeSODTHERR .
and add almond extract Pour into most too ours in our leotrio frig-. YEARS GO BY.HOMESTEAD your
i t custard cups, set In pan of hoi orator and more to In Auntie Bet-
of. : water. Bake in moderately slow tie's old ice box. But It's reel BEUTttEPIORE
ooven (325 degres F.) about 30 good.
minutes or until firm A knife FILLING STATIONC. i ADD TELEGRAPH CO1PRA9

Inserted will coome out clean

t I when custard-Is done. Serves 0. M-1 ANT ADS'E>AV E. Eichenberger, Prop. i swssaroaareavvvvv"vmvvv"T"vmvvvvvv

VITAMIN DESSERTS :'0......................n................................I.'............ -
1 half families, rich -.-
Barely our or mvnvvnvvvvvvvvvvvvvMax
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: poor, get enough vitamins or
l.' mineral* 40 says the United
} \ States Department of Agriculture
Oranges and limes are excellent -
i vitamin foods This :year's
abundant crop of small oranges
enables us to serve orange salads,

If f orange desserts and ,orange juiceas
a beverage. If you suspect you

are not getting ;your share, why President T..J. Harris, Chairman
not try these vitamin desserts T. Eo Kirby, '

h! VIce-President y ( T. E. Kirby
i s
Orange ManhmaJlow Fluff
j W. C Payne, a Max Leaner
(Serves 41-1) Cashier r
1 cup whipping cream ;1 I E. A. Carter
V. cup sugar T. J. Harris,
Chairman of Board Frank B. Rue
1 cup quartered marshmallows
IVi cups orange segment A. E Campbell, A, J, Webb
(or half slices) Ass'L Cashier

Whip cream until thick fold .in -. J. W. English.
j other Ingredient Serve cold. 'or

t I Lime Sherbet .......
j Make a fruit cup using any
fruits in season. An excellent

..t : slices combination, pear Is slice made, with gripes mange and May this Christmas seasonbe twice as happy as auyoyouhave

lions melon In balls.serving Place dishes gorgeous and per-top had before, and may--good cheer,and happiness be ':

i each with a spoonful of lime sherbet -

1 Serve a* a dessert the
yours throughout coming year.

Uaw Sherbet

t' (Makes about one quart)

: .. 2 cup sugar ,
:, cup water BANK OF HOMESTEAD '
2 stiffly beaten *gg whites .
1 cup lime Juice .
Boll sugar and 1 cup water together -
for five minute. Fold
syrup slowly into the egg -vhitts."
Add lime Juice and second cup I
of water. Beat in welt Pour into 1

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friday, December 22, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTBRPISB 1

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OFFICE TO SELL I The l:I at froy ILTKR.M* p,. / ( _, .-" )'I'

Churches BMMr a *** '
NEED OF SAFETYTO 04 It B fifth. BM f : 4 .

PUBLIC URGEDOrlando ,I : :
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BAPTIST CHURCH qictciiop> pob ....... at !
I BOIIIBTUDr. f. E. ,.._.. poo- HOMESTEAD! N N W next a_..; I nOR.. _. '
Dee 21.-Pointing an: ..., aunoor shod Bt Sill .. OB.; _.. the aw. Ooo Q. Coplla .......... Ivadoyoctool .-Too..h nl 01 n W.It
accusing finger at Florida deplorable Ia5at01a.an.and7AOp.a.B.T.F.Uta0 'it 114* .. Bk; ,....... .. 11 o. i, .1
I' I ISO p. .. Front neat... WodBotdofiflMB. and Titt p. M'i jBolor 1 P al tl I iblldm I :;'. t
highway safety record meeting at f pononovB a..4.
.. ..... S p. a*. W- -.. Peat.r. .. .\
for 1939 Walter L. Hays, chairman
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I COULDS-Tho Nook I'ot.o parI .i.ii.ii
of the lately committee of I I tor BoBiUr seal. Bt 10 o. .; praockloit CHURCH OF Till./ NAZARENEHOMK8TEAD
the Florida State; Chamber 'I 4'n Po" P..r..1M Bt 1iM p, m.WriiiMdir .
Commerce today outlined a revolutionary spear. _to.. tender school >l "i"l .> m.;
new and modern safety prwrMnf r it It i. ... mail T-M R. n.If .; !J
plan to satisfy public demand that CATHOLIC H. P S. and 4 union BnBUnS >l t..00Po"
"something be done.' CHURCH Or THE BACKED HEART Pram: -",,'W..ln_y ashy i}t
5. B;. Bomid B...IM. UoBiMUBd trio Rn. t,IOB.BI.
"It Is disgraceful that the first J. Ooonr, "" Sunday moot BtI
ten months ol this year saw 528: f'" a.I < k"; BUM Ot TtS daily.Sundt' rR :NCtTON"-T II..l'I L P.t Coo"m ((1
/ t .clock pveaSunday : tIna
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persons lose their live*"on Florida inane. ybociCvmia. I :."lor'uI=: the firstSunday 141, ..' Bl... 1140 'II ;.. 5dht.'
highways..' Mr Bays declared. I or month; for .... and bom the asinine BI i-tai ..... .._ .wstul
owed Sunday of rnonlJl hour Thunlor PYtr.r'5ta.tina W4dn"
Holy dojr! at
\ "And during the tame prlod J8. ,SIS before flat Friday of month Bt file 11504 .. r r ;J
more were hurt and 4,000 permanently I BI-BI. duo tint Friday Bt TiSO s. mBtnodlctluo .
ot UM BlowMl SocnunoM after >
Injured in 79,350 accident ..- FrlCofALST. \
to this itate \ 'e--S. m. leaned Bnfioo and
CUEI TUN ?CJENCE CHURCH Fourth must, Ronuotnid; the B... R. FRlwk'ord .
"No valuation, of courts can be rMtan Holy oMmnnnlon >tItltl
placed on lost lives and hu nlutterlnJ. FLORIDA CITT-Broodw.r and sixth .. w! Suodxr ....... ot. 0:5.| a... t
.trort .nd' school It I.45 B. m. forpttpllo bat prayer at",
: But the hospitalization under. HO yomr* of ...; morning '
cost alone ls.conservaCvoIy estimated service .* 11 Bolock. WtdMdir ov.nlmomloM fftEf METHODIST ;

at $610,000 and property damage Inff And .which_1.Include_ and testimonials rcnorlu OB of OkriotluB b.I.> FLORIDA CITY-Th. lie. "'. ., C.ameal. .
at more than 3000000. A Bolo..., I p. B. Tin puMI to tor- '. _.... Sunday .bool, 8 .... "n.1prewhlag 1
dully invited to atuad.CHURCH I and 1:30 .. Tuesday
large txrtcntage p. .
of this is borneb
prayes ...u.. .1 I tee p. a. ;
$ ih* taxpayers of Florida. OF CHRIST
'"A radical departure from old METHODIST
ROMK8TEAD Flnit Avenue end N W
safety methods fa in order; we must Fifth otrwt. Ulblo study Bt 10 .. IB i on>. HOMESTEAD ROT I. J Rich......
follow 4 modern safety plan that reunion. fellowship and preaching Bt ,_t. wi .. _.kl.. at II a. BB. aid ':10 p. BJ.
placer the responsibility on public I" !
opinion; one started with the demand !
of the public, Instead of being ..
driven Into the public. I
"Let'i set up an office in tome '
central point of the state and place YOUNG RED HENS ;
In'that tofflce safety "salei man ; N j
ager' Then let each city fovern-
men and each county commission 4!/ to 6 IbIJ.

appoint one of its members a Place (
Early for Xmas
safety commissioner" Working

with their their sheriff police':office department," they ;will and WBSBfff P.QU-TjtY FARM HOMESTEAD'W',

make monthly Jeports to the
safety sales manager.' Newton Road Near Modello Phone 572-J. .. t'
"He In turn will furnish safety
Ideas to the local committees Each
month he will furnish them their
record, comparing It th -
with $ = == : : : :
month previous! and 'the same .
month the year before. This will I

advise orDackwardv them If they are+'Ceesgaea/going forward :

publicity will sell the people" of

. each safety"community arid county oA !

I, Aid

; Neighborhood Gossip "And .. ,- .., I"' Christas j 1 1a 1a
r' your husband has a prosperous .a I
business, I suppose?" '.

Mrs Newbrlde: 'Oh yes lie li .. '
taking In a lot of money. Only .f
last night he told me a receiverwas ,f
to be appointed to help hint" I ,
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for! ,you l lighting your w

We wish you peace, H
and during a

{ We wish you J joy J happiness :'

Success ,in ,all ygu do I seaspn.aiic] the coming :

: Mayall gqojdthjngf! i. .jt. ... ;.%, n ,1 '
You're wt Ain'for :: -
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,Page. Fourteen I \ ..,' 0'-' THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE; : : ; j r'l ''t fr Friday December 22, 19a9.l

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CHEVROLET age control should have their Positions Given 87% 1 the McCrory Arcade and open on open on the second and fourth
NEW 'charging rates stepped up to offset Of Students at F. S. C. the first and third Friday of'each I Wednesday in each month from
{ the heaviest drain on the battery month from 0:30 a. m. to 1 p. m. ,,9:30: a. m. to 1 p m. Immediate
which cold weather always The Perrine office located in the I registration Is urged as Dads.
: Tallahassee, Dee. 11-A. total
brings about, Remember that Florida _East Coast depot and Is County; will have a quota. ,%,. tHAPPIEST.
of 87 per cent of the 1839 four-

lights morning are, in and use much much later earlier in the at year graduation candidates of ................../.......-......,..............................................,.....,.....a.1MMNN1INNNN1,1
Florida State College for Women
night, than ta summer, In addi-
have been placed In positions, according -
tion to which, heaters and defrost \
to a report of the college -
By ED IIEDNER era are an added electrical load
placement bureau. Master's candidates
Moreover, the fact that the engine
National Service and Mechanical of 1939 hold a top recordof 4 I
., Manger Chevrolet Motor Division i turns over harder in cold weather 100 per cent placement, and snrra ,I I 1'\
results In harder work for the
gradute the lowest
{ The modern automobile's almost tarter, and heavier current con- 0'j
with 39 S centCCC
complete Independence of weather sumption.See j

!, condition may account for the that battery cables, Ignition 939
ikepUcal look on the fees of harness, distributor points, coil To Begin Quarterly-
the younger generation when torn and spark plugs are all In first- Enrollment Next MonthThe :
ri old-timer, recounting life at It was class shape. Remember that It
lived 40 year ago, telli how the such units fail at all, It happens Civilian Conservation Corps
t forerunners of today's motor can at the most Inopportune moment, will make Its quarterly enrollmentin
were laid away In the barn at the when the weather is coldest, or Florida sometime between the ..
j i first approach o( winter, there to wettest, and the demands on them first and 15th of January. Boys
remain disused and abandoned consequently greatest. A small expenditure between the ages of 17 and 23 HOilDAY SFASON
untlll the return of spring. I either for an Individual will be considered. Those who are
Plenty of people still in middle I check of these units, or for the interested may make application at
life can remember the technique over-all Job of putting the car in the office of the District Welfare
clearly. All four wheels were shape for winter driving, is a regular Board, located In Homestead in TURKEY DINNER
Jacked up to take the car's weight Item on the motoring budgetsof
off the tirei. Frequently the more and more wise drivers.
}1\\ wheels themselves were removed CHRISTMAS DAY
For those who want to go $1000.00( ( If You Live I
and the axles and
1. any other exposed -
t metal, smeared with greaseto the whole route, Immunizing their and SPECIAL AT 75c
can completely against the rigors
When You Die
prevent rusting Lamps were $1000.00
\ drained of cold weather, one step still re-
of oil and cleaned, radiator
I mains. Winter is hard fin- A Mortality EndowmentCosts
on car
} cocks were opened, and, as a final So Little I
precaution, a tarpaulin or an old ish. A thorough application of wax TROPICAL CAFE'
before cold weather is really under
J sheet was thrown over the whole Pan National Life
way will do much to protect the .
) car to keep out the dustUntil
surface and preserve the good HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
rather t years prospectlve Ins. Ass'n.
fIrec looks of the car.
\ of automobileihave 2 Doors North of City HallSeason's
been Inclined to defer such E J. BINKEBT

buying until spring,'the Idea be- FISHING INTEREST CROWS Local Agent J

: frig wear to Imposed apart their by winter new cars the, "V.."'"...."'.''...............,'''.,....".,,...".....................?...................,.."......"....,"'.......""."..
driving Florida Issued 28,289 fishing licenses -
i Today the public has awakened to lust year and collected ---....- ---- '
I the fact that fall automobile buyIng $67,517 in fees The number of .
1 Is a found Investment In cold licenses Issued shows a marked
weather motoring satisfaction increase over the previous year,
:> ,One by one, the problems which indicating greater Interest In sport
I made winter driving difficult have fishing Greetings
been overcome by the engineers'
;. Better cooling systems in conjunction .
with Improved antl-freeze solutions I Homestead's Oldest to our
better lubrication systems -' Barber Shop
\ i and lubricants, more powerful I
t f starters, all-weather brakes, Patrons and FriendsWe
1, I and any number of other advances D. I. BOWEN
have taken away the terrors of I
: cold-weather operation. As a result -
\ the HAIRCUT 'O'h un 40o
very people who used to
I ; f put off their buying until spring. MASSAGE SHAMPOO _._ oU tOo 40 take pleasure in announcingthe
4 now advocate fall buying as a n
means of getting new engine, new COOL AND SANITARY
'f'r I. battery, new brakes, to use Expert and courteous service opening of our newly equipped
: 3. through the period when driving A trial will be appreciated.DR.R.S.AKERS.
: conditions are less than IdeaL
.. Those who plan to drive their I laundry. Visitors welcome.Redd's .

present can through cold weather
face no such problems as existed
1 in the early days, however. They
\ can, at the cost of a little Inexpensive I Dry Cleaners
} attention, equip their DENTIST
s' cars for completely satisfactorycoldweather
Office Moors: I a. m. la S p. m.

I '.nd foremost running.First of course, Is I I Sundays f to U I and
\ the matter of antl-freeze solution Closed Saturdays LaundryPhone
'l' :Radiator and cooling system should
be flushed before this Is added, toW Free Parking Space
44 10 South Krome Ave.1110111110111I111
be sure that they are entirely free .
of rust, corrosion and sludge
Crankcase lubricants should be mom i-tm
v changed to the grade recommended
} by the manufacturer, and the same -
t e la true of the grease in the transmission IDIIIIIIIU lInn(11I11111111110111111I11111 UlUllllllllUUlDlllnlnilIRilIDilUflIIIIIIII1II1IIIIIIIIII1I( ( 1 IU'.UIIIDiiiI( ( IDliiilm
and the rear end. Then
t ;
.J\ the whole oar should M greased
with a lubricant of the right grade
\ for winter. = .s
Can. not equipped:with.heavy. s
duty gcntrattt and automatle voiUEXPJXT '

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1 ..Fri y.Decetnber 22. '1939 .' ""' THE LEADERtENTERPRIgE _. __ \ ("" !!.t ';..\ 'P mritf: t. --",,: '!.\ ::

i TIME OPPORTUNE]1 I gwl.lldels Dr. Leonard I. K,>V.eta-matt.llaskln.. j PALMS HOTEL f ; .

CLASSIFIED ADS 1141a. sod Repa/rias ..fGLASSES FLORIDA CITY 1 t-

FOR F H A HOME [ 1 Modern f I I

, ..n. B. Fist S4. MlaaU Fto.CamaMaly I i Booms and Apartment I IReasonable I
RATE lint insertion 104 line insertions
: a ; subsequent Air Conditioned -
PURCHASE; VIE'VII I Ida line OMTanlaal Tarau I I'l1liLWllll1l1JillllJ I .; j jW1Jl1.lWWIIII'II w

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U the considered Judgment oft ,

; Federal Housing Administration RENT-S-rom wage apartment .I I HAVE clients who will buy Ul Spaghetti Dinners 40c ,

official that no reason exists why with hot water, gas stove your place suits and Is priced I JOE TOftCISE ITypv FLORIDA CITY J

,. families which have been contemplating and refrigerator. See Mrs. Win. right Please bring or phone your I i
McMichael. (d22)) to Eleanor
the purchase: of a home listing Froscher

I should hesitate to do so at Justifiable !- Overseas Highway So of Homestead -
.., current prices. Ph. S28-J. n-J-24 Your Face looks Better And feels Better

li The FHA can lea no valid rea-
SALE-100 lb. capacity Cool- TUTORING WANTED high
'PIOn at the present time for any
.: marked Increase In the cost of construction erator Ice box, almost new; one school and grade school subjects: i

:. and home ownership, brown enamel Florence 2-burn- Mrs. IL J. Armstrong A. B,
Administrator Stewart McDonald er heater almost new; one van Plummer drive and Country jSlade

. .t said today. ity cabinet new; one white cook Club road. Giiiti

. j After careful study of the present table; one Florence 3-burner 'iIj

i situation In consultation with porcelain top stove and oven. LEGAL NOTICES .
L. W Posey, Posey's Garage IS
1 : field offices, lenders, builders, and
J., Others, the Federal Housing Ad- N. W. Second St., Homestead. NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOB ; .
.. (421J5)FOR TAX DEED
ministration sums up Its judgment __ Cbtptar 174S7-Arta of ItllFlla
ai follows: I A M40

"Recent events world-wide In SALE-On Redland Road 0 NOTICI Lon. bolder 18 HEREBY of But and GIVEN County that Tar M. At a Prlcel
; their Influence have Introduced short distance south of RedlandWoman's CcrtlftMta No. IHTO lamed the ash day i
I of July. A. D 1MT. has filed MOM In anofflca r
I a large number of uncertaintiesinto Club cottage. Partly and has nada application for a
i. the economic life of every I furnished. For sale at give-away tax dead M ba blind lb.....". Bald Car.llflrala .
the followlni described
nation. They have come Into the price. See Wm. J. Geronlmo Legion property.r.b-C. I., of Dad. BUM oftlorlda
life of our own nation and Into Tag office Homestead to-wltt 1( pg4 q4 Sailrelr NrwkPlsaRwaf
Lot M, Block 1. Hialeah Helahia,
the field of home building and are (d8tf) Amended. a lI.b.. Plat Rook 26. Pan ris'p tk3tsrt
affecting this field in a number 24. Section U. Town-hip 61 South. Melee Tls lIt Odllettp[ l
J of communities BLOOMING African violets makean liada Kanaa SUM 41 EMt of Florida In the County of I b/a41gFtittr E'a' # $lyoein'i y:a

ideal Christmas gift See The ._m.nt of said property under .e Nr x
the Mid certificate w. in lira nana oft
developments Mrs Fred Redd Redd Dry Elolaa' Lun.ford.VnleM 4
: Cleaneis (dU-22)) MM Certificate .hall b. awe T7OR you men who want really t
deemed according to law the property da
.',; with respect to the trend of buildIng ..rt..... therein will ba old t. the hllbe.1 JT good-looking, comfortable
MISCELLANEOUSSEE bidder at the Court hour door on the shaves sit a big saving hen's
.[11' \ prices in this country. This first Monday In the n..nUi "f Frbnl ....). d
t questioning wjth respect to the 1840.l which la the ftth dui ol rubruaryDated the best news in years. You can
AND BUY at enanklm Varie- Ix'0. shave with a genuine Gillette Blade
; future Is a definite and concrete I this Uth day .' December. 1MIK .
ty Grove, West Florida City t. precision made to fit your rasor
factor In the home and B.
.., building (a 7tt) Clark of Circuit Court. Dad. Co...". .,actly ., and pay only lOc for 41
home buying market. It is possible Florid.. The new Thin Gillette la nude of !

that in this situation effort may RENT YOUR HOUSE-furntehed rll'Mllt Coar.1 By N. C. STERRETT. D. C. easy-flexing steel hard enough to A. ,
be made to take advantage of the I or unfurnished I have ;year (Dat. 13. 22. !;. Itltt, Jan, S. IMII i iIII cut glass What's more,it has edges fr 4
uncertainty and promulgate price. 'round clients Benjamin W. of an entirely new kind that stand '

"': increases which are entirely tin Morris registered real estate up for, one swell shave after an- 4 I

y justified by the underlying factors, broker, N. Krome ave., next to Sal other. Buy a package of Thin
In the situation. Be sure that your eyes are II Qiltettes from your dealer today ,
Baptist Church.
!. (juietf)
III food as your brakes-have them and protect your face from smut '

f' LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE:- OF TAX APPLICATION IIKRU FOR [tested at least once each year and burn caused by misfit blades

,.'. it Notice ta hereby, (Ivan that Thclmi I I IJ
PROCLAMATION AND NOTICI or Chandler. holder H auiiriM of City of AND SON
ELECTION Miami Tax aartlfirata Numbered 2M.
NOTICE: 18 HMIHJY GIVEN: that a dated the 4th day of July, A. D. mil, hat I
General Election will h* held and .... 0t Mid Certificate In nr, off I... and Consulting Optometrists
at the City Hall In the City, of ... IM nada application for Ian dvd to |HU.harmin .
I Florida. on Tuesday,. January a. .d..ted// In arourdatiM with law Staid; 1624 W. Flatter St., Miami.! Fla.
of accordance with the charter 01 Oirtlllnto embraces the following da-
City, 01 Homestead Flurld. for the el.a I II scribed property, situated In Dada Conuly Er: Etamln l--L>nm Crouiutblauai
lion of the following named officers and Florida. lo-wltl RopalmlDlracton
aounellmanlOna I, Block 11. Ktw Gardens
{ Mayor. PI.t:: Book I. Pan l In the City iif I of Th. Amarlcan Inttltuta ]
Five Councilman Miami. County of Dad% SUM at School (ot OpticianTurner's
and that the poll ahull be owned at I Florida
1 a clock A. M. and hall ... closed at .on- The assessment of aid property under I -------
town on Mid day the laid Certificate Issued waa la the
The following named Elector hew bean mm of Unknown
duly appointed aa Clark and Inipaeton Union MM Certificate shall aa redressed.
to conduct Mid Elvctloal according Ui law tax dead will Issues thitr* Funeral Home
Howard Lamb, I M on the 17th day of January A. D. '1040
Mr. A. K. Llvlnoton.K Dated this 1U day of December, A. I).
r Rraokar, a. ln.vti.ton )USB. tl-IIX AMBUlANCE SERVICE The New
W B Caves aa Cl rk. I E.: B. LEATHRRMAK:
NOTICE: .. FURTHER: GIVEN thai I Clerk of Circuit Court, Dodo County Lady Attendant
all persons who possess the qualifications Florida.
requisite to voting III a flanaml Election Circuit Court B l. Phone 564-R Homestead F'a.
and who shall hara Raided ID tha City By N C BTERRETT: D. C. I I
of Honailaad. Florida. during the ill I IDan. II, 1S, II IDS.1 J... S. It. 1BIOI '
month laat pracdln the Election: and shall
hava rwlilartd In the rwhtmtkia book.
of Mid City of Homestead .t Ifait ton I 1940 PONTIACDelivers
(101 dan prior to a.ld Elactlon, ihlll baquallfM
la rata In Mid .Uetlon. BIRD'S
Th. City Clark of the City" HomaitMd.Florida .
la hereby directed to publlab this<
Notlca of Elntlon In a aawapapar or nawapapara -
published In the City of "_"I I I.lead
bovine a ...,...1 circulation In Mid|I
City, one a weak for four aunaaeuUva, Indorsed
waaki. the first publlcatloa to ba ......
V.', of 11M aM taa.ElaetkMl laaa thirty daya-arlor-ta tile data in Homestead

; DATED this 4tk day ol December, A.D..

.; .M*. ,I USED!: CARS

J'3..ClarllCHy .Mayne ell& (DeLuxe Equipped)
( .A ISUMMII 1)4 ism Our oae4 tars always npr geed Tslne; bat the
(D" 16 15.11. .. ) 1
ones listed below ant uniaally shelve and we reeem.

. meadLty-at them, the year censideraUesv f

r .. ... ;'
. t reeaeeaeasea.am..ee.aea.e.eaeaa. fee.* # As Low As'

1937 DC SOTO COUP ?xcclIenf condition;

s'.r _original paint. t


very clean; 4 new tirca. $880Coupe

a goo DAN-good condition; priced for quick

.Ie. '4t,3d1'i

: .' $880
e f .

LEADING HOTEL -good buys; in excellent condition. 2-Door Touring ?Sedan( 925 ,

.mL.-.nine 1936 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR TOURING SEe .
4t.r e, T joSlalatTihlJCOMFORT pad bad ::: DAN-original paint; good condition ; 4-Door Touring. Sedan.I 975 ;I

? good tires.PRESTON .
j ,rag .. I r

; t _....Tana,d1.wn bade sea very wow bed ............................................
_immmpky .sow sad... A.#

I A.: .....-.'IPULAO.MliCteCOCKTAIL.....---1 B. BIRD MOTOR CO. Preston B: Bird Motor Co. J

. LOUNGE sun
COFFEE SHOP South Krome \\c. Phone 18 1 South Krome Aicnuc- Phone toOpposite J'

0.)1 Posed r W-' OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY Taj .\ r.ncy ::1 k kJYt
N.'aIo.: U*"...n. ,.Wrf Datau.b '
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Pare Sixteen THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, December 22,1939 _
... .__.. ,_0 .... .,,____
"Whi t-ChildL'Zd' This1 __.1/, and Ann.ckIeforC under the direction *Urt aleii usiiot. director of state' markets.'Tin report -
CHOIR t ARRANG WO lIUI'* Chorus of Miss Mildred Small. show that this market If now
Shake The new State Farmer Market I serving II counties and total sale
Shepherd Off An Angel
Decorations: Young Peoples' de] ,
YULE PROGRAM I (Solo) Mrs. C. H Deoby partmentCostuming. at Diuhnell 1* rapidly expanding have reached 'S5SOO since its In.
'We Three Kings pf Orient Are" Importance according to a report ceptlon.
D: A, : Miss Alta Vann. rveelved from William L Wllsoq,,
Snyder, A E. Campbell

Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella" -- .. . ..
(Solo) Mn. A. L. Lanier
A program of Christmas long "Good Christian Men Rejoice'._.
will 'to presented at the Hotneftead Junior Children' Chorua
Methodist CbW clt by the "Hark the o Herald Angela fiing".... 1t-
'Clr1e' Chorua
choir Sunday morning, under the '
Little Town of Bethlehem" t
direction of Irving J. Lyon. The (Duet) Jewel Hodge, Dora Scott ,e
o program follow: "Away In a Manger__ I
Processional: "Angela From the Primary ind' Beginners' Chorus <<:
Realm of Glory"-Montgomery "The-: sleep of the. Child Jesus"_ .
lolrolt: "In Reverent Spirit'.. .._ Wr De tec Homo ,
"Silent Night"--Entire (vast
Lcrjnao I
'Jdy to thl Wofld".: Cot low
grj atlon
: "Thl Day Christ Wat,
Born" ....,. _.?...... .... ,.Getting Benediction )
Offertory: "Grant :Iby DlelaJu Reader;: Lucille Wpst Elizabeth .1 I
Von Berg McIIwaln. :
Anthem: 'Train the Greaf Re Shepherd: Homer, Albert, and
deemer' .. ._ _.._._ Petrle Joe Syrum I
Trios "Star of Btthlchem" Petrie, ,Jeanette 'and Isabella: Ann
(Mr*. Lloyd Diet. Mr. Lewis Shackleford, Elizabeth HaIL
Brandenburg, Mr. Lyon 'Angels: Betty 'Ann Marshall
Bcnedlitu: "The Dresden Amen"The
Melba Van Winkles
Myra an J Marie -
i pastor' Christmas sermon Belt, Betty and Ruth By rum.
theme "will be "From Manner" I Wynelle and Geraldine Shepherd, BEST WISHES FOR THE CHRIST-
Cradle to Universal King Mr* Kuhn,
Dorothy Kathryn and Virginia
W. B. Mill will direct the Junior Kelly, Betty Jo Deltz Bulb MAS SEASON! YOUR CONTIN-
choir In a full program of Christmas Parker, Theda Proctor. UED PATRONAGE WILL BE AP-
nuslc, Including anthems and ,
choral number Bethlehem Mural: Jewel Hodge '
Sunday evening.The PRECIATED, AND WE SHALL
public 1* cordially Invited,



J. Geronimo, Mgr. .
t a.. trleelb. '
\ row PRQGRAM"Lift 1 J.alto-real.. Va., ..fMw.
.e ee1..1p..eae.ae -
Up Your Voices" will be
the theme of a Christmas musical

: program to be presented? at' the -

f first Baptist Church of Honteita4! : -- "" '''." .. .. ." .. ... _. --"J _'" ....0. .._
f by the choir and Sunday school ,
Sunday morning. ur
The program follows:
JPrelude! '_'rJl: :: Hn.'floy Watson ,<.. .
,''t CoJtoIogy __.. ....:-_. Congregation .
.;' .Scripture.. Beading. __.5..._-__ .... ,
,. Dt. 3.; f. Johnston!
r I Prayer .. Or :Sohnitone
\ I 1, "0 Come AH Te faltWu-} : .. ,".,
VJen'i RiorusMERRY :: '.

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!! Peace On Earth I.l' .


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i : JOY THAT NEVIS: INDS. I ." .". :
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t R. E. EdwardsCity
Clerk City of Homestead I li.
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May boundless !holiday! cheer be yours .during
| i < "yT'">- y w *

: i NEWT Q -ECM I tls} glorious Christmas. season.. To our frjei ds. .-'

'j II, customers whose number is
; NOTARY fCBUC I a g.} eyerjncreasing .

; l; Fire Insurjnej iI II r ; iye ,.express Bur apprrpIAtigi't, 4.fJ ." 'Y '

KIndred HaarUIL .!' I ", your.11., ., loyalty., .. . >:'\). .t-.'..;, >- ... ., ..'
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1 1\+ /. .F A1\TTTJ1j ,GR9 ER .to. .. ..
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ARM XEPA4U-APIO ; .... Homestead.FJa. .
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: : ap service eclalfzlng gnmakes aU on I r :' P.S.rrLast:' : k's'lrnrvcRI': :'.I-es.hold good dl J this !k, ;' ,;::
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