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 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 29, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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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: UF00087294:00259
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXVII-NO. 62 HOM STEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1B39: snit r 1'lVt.1',1'11"_


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:!, From Out-Of.To"f Lou Dress Shop and }..N.A.Get'Top.Awarda .

Expected to Attend. In

CeremoniesPEPPER- I Homestead i
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TO MAKE HIT-RUN DRIVER THE WEATHER TOMORROW LAST KATZ IIOMEENTRY*

PRINCIPAL ADDRESS GIVEN RURAL FIRST
6111,1161 _00" r"W" of 1b. 101"W'14aaa.el..t
INJURES CHILD 8 1 .Ia!.... ......... '....4.. DAY TO REGISTER

Flag Raising By Legion Contest Judges Find Most

Post To Be Part NEAR MODELLO D>.. I 1..1.I ..*. 1: !Io,, : Rain FOR ELECTIONSaturday Displays Worthy of

of ProgramMany Dec. 22--- I 13TBO 30.181- -- PraiseThe (

Dec. 23 '1 73 4S ':

out-of-town persons art The driver of a car which failedto Dec. 24 82 I SO 1'i will be the last day I Lou Dress: Shop won the j

expected to attend dedication after and Doc. 25 1 78 I 149 30.021 for citizens u> register for Home- I lee dollar prize for buslsMas housesIn
top striking Injuring
ceremonies homestead1 Dec. 28 I 79 I 180 :19.981 stead's biennial election Jan. 9,
3 for new Harry Edes, 8, son of Mr and Mrs the Christmas decors ens contest -
Dec. 27 82 I 64 29,92| when a mayor and five councilmen -
library scheduled to itart at 10:30: Ralph Edes of Modcllo late on the Deo. 28 I I 160 30.09)) will be elected. sponsored by thf Redlnnd

o'clock tomorrow morning. The afternoon ot Christmas Day, it being City Clark R. E. Edwards, In District Chamber of Commerce,

$23,000 building was thrown opento sought by police. Filling Stations Yield charge of reg.ttiation of voters, originated and managed by the

the public a month ago The boy was struck in the Fed- $13 Loot to Thieves said approximately 200 new names Rev. Randolph F Blackford and
Senator Claude Pepper will de- laying with several other chil- have been added to the list He judged by representative of the

liver the dedication addreu. Mayor dren. He was heated at the PostGraduate Thieves visited two local filling t win close the books in accord- local civic clubs and other organ
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law which
with the providesthat
Tom Harris will be matter of hospital for bruises roll stations and obtal :>d loot and ance registration shall end ten izations.Homestead's.
ceremonies and will formally accept cash totaling $13 Tuesday night.In .
tho legs, days before the election. chapter of Future
the building In behalf of the both cases glass in a front door
Farmers of America and Mrs. Bessbert
councilman at meeting
The automobile was traveling City a
was broken and a night/ latch op-
city.An address will 'be made also south when struck the Eaes: boy. erated to gain entrance.At Monday night will peruse the registration Kati won the prizes offered
list and strike off names for best outdoor Christmas decorations
by Roy Schroeder, state WPA administrator Luther Chandler of Goulds, was the station of the Preston B. of those persons deemed' Ineligible for residences In towns ). J
who will formally driving several hundred feet in Bird Motor Co. South Krome ave- to vote Registration is for and In rural sections of the district -
present the building to the city, nue and Fifth street, candy and
front of it and observed the accident those adults whe have lived In respectively. The) former :
W. R. Bird, library committeeman, cigarettes worth 12 were taken.
at staged a nativity scene on IU I
through his rear view mirror.Mr. Homestead least six months
Merchandise worth $1 and $10 In
will introduce Mr. Schroeder. ) !
..Memben.oC John G. Salley Post Chandler turnex his automobile cash were obtained at a. stationat and have' at least one year clubhouse grounds and the latter .
w around, dr v.' to the accident / end !and d for a city displayed a ha.1Jlut' figHHd 1
American Legion, will conduct a Mowry street Second avenue : I '
flag raising ceremony precedingthe scene, picked up the injured operated by Raymond Insua. ,election in Homestead before. star. "
"This first contest has shown
Candidates in the mayoralty race
dedication exercises. The flag boy and then sought to overtake
the hit-and-run automobile. He are Mayor Tom Harris and City,that In originality and executionthis .
was presented 'to the library by
the post. kept in light until they reached FINLAND PROVES Tax Assessor Claude Campbell. district compares favorably !
Music for the occasion will be Homestead but lost the trail whentraffic 1 There are eight candidates for five I with any In the country," Mr. l
became heavier. Mr. Chandler posts on the city council: Frank Blacktord said. "Almost every
furnished by the band of Homestead -
High School.A. continued on to the hospital BLOCK TO PLANSOF B.,Rue Ed Chronlster, Thomas E. I contestant showed Ingenuity.

R. Livingston, president of with the injured child. KIrby, J. O. Wynn and W. ,.. lilrd. "The municipal light plant, .
Incumbents, and J. W. English, a contestant for a
the library board, Is making plans Mr. Chandler was able to give HITLER VIEW \o t'
L. Burton and J. R. Dorsey. prize, one of the) moat effective
for a housewarming for the library police only a meager descriptionof
All the candidates were J'I displays In this section of the ? .
building, to be held two the hit-and-run automobile. He
town held state. Many homes that did not t
nated at the caucus
weeks after the dedication. Local was unablo to obtain the car's license Preservation of a democracyand
weeks Mr. Campbell's candidacy enter the contest have nevertheless I
ago.
persons will participate In this number because of the gathering perpetuation of IU Ideals and "
charming decorations.
was backed by the Redlnnd put up I
event. darkness.Mr. precepts depend on the protection District Voters' League of whichhe The committee that Judged the 1

ot the rights of the minorities! declared Is president. (Continued on Page Ten) t t'

I and Mrs. R. E. Caves to Hold Open I I the :Rev. R. F. Blackford,I )

House on 50th Wedding ) rector of St John's Episcopal Strict Adherence to Field Box Law !
Anniversary Church, In a talk before the Homestead II

Rotary Club Wednesday, Urged by State Citrus CommissionLakeland 'I
.A general Invitation to all their European nations
especially
VISIT BY SANTA friends In the Redland Dlstrt Is those ruled by dictators, have completely -, Dec. 28.-(Special)- {H
extended by Mr and Mrs. Robert GROWERS PLAY
Ignored the minorities, and Persons who violate the citrus
CLIMAXES YULE C. Caves to visit them between this will lead to their eventual field box law are subject to crimi-

and 9 p. irt. next Tuesday; their' downfall he Mid. The hint of race nal prosecution, the Florida citrus EDISON ID HERE !
golden wedding anniversary.
PARTYOFUONS will receive at their home They on suicide, even now is being felt In commission emphasizes in a bulle- I

Tennessee road near Avocado Germany, with the death rate tin Issued recently.The TUESDAY NIGHT i
drive. slowly mounting and the birthrate commission also I I. inviting
Santa Claus played a return engagement declining, he pointed out. who have }
Wedded Jan. 2, 1890, In Taylor persons knowledge of
for members of the Red. County, near Perry, Mr. and Mrs.I The majorities in dictator-ruled violations of the law to furnish The Grower of Homestead ,J
land District Lions Club, their Caves cam to the Redland DistrictIn countries believe that might is with whatever evidence they have, High School undefeated in their f
wives and guests at the annual 1907 when there were only five right because they have been and it will be turned over to Na- first two basketball, games this ; I
other families In Homestead, and schooled in this philosophy for than Mayo, commissioner of agriculture season( will seek to make It three 1
Christmas party of the club in homesteaded 160 acres of land part generations, Mr. Blackford said. tor'action in connectionwith In a row when they play the CardInals : t
the Lions Den on Silver Palm which they still retain. Their This prlr-Jpal Is the basis of all revocation or suspension of of Miami Edison Ift the local

drive Tuesday night present home Is located near the European same, the seeds of whichare the license of the suspected individual Tuesday night. 11'om
Apparently Old Santa has a site of their original one. being strewn in the United The local boys anticipate some
Mrs. Caves, who was Miss Mar States by mean of propaganda, John W. Bull attorney for the hard work to take this game because -
chlldren'Ilfti this
of '
surplus year tha Frances Home, was born July he sold commission, has advised the citrus the Cardinals are recognized f f
for his huge bag contained everything 4, 1867, in Jefferson County, near Describing Hitler's alms and aspirations board that it has no power to prosecute a* tough customers on the hard- i
that would delight a child's Monticello. She has two sisters, Mr. Blackford said Fin- such violation, although it wood. The visitor have three regular ,
heart. But the gift served their Mrs. Della Morgan and Mrs. Alice land probably has proven the dic can'serve a* a confidential clearing from last year, Joe Downs I I
t purpose with all those present and Morris, mother of Benjamin W. tator's greatest stumbling block in house for information concerning all-state forward, Eddie Housen- )
created much merriment. : Morris and Frank Morris, and two attaining his ends. Hitler, he said, alleged violations, turning such bauer, guard, who hap become t 1
The arrival of Santa took place, brothers, W. D. Horne and A. C. had planned to obtain Finland as evidence over to Mr. Mayo for actual known for his ability to connect :
Immediately after the dinner. His Horne, all of Homestead. I an ally in a general plan of attacking prosecution. Persons who with long shots, and J. McGowan
coming was announced by Ed. Mr. Caves wa born May 6, Russia, England and have such information also who also has gained soma reputation -
Gillaher, whoa attempts to Introduce 1869, In Madison County He ha I France. The dictator planned to Invade I have the right to submit it to for ..is marksmanship. These
the visitor were drownedout three sister, Mm. Mollie Monroeof Russia through Finland, but the prosecuting attorney of their boys did much for Edison when
by shouts of welcome. Santa Monticello, Mrs. Laura Hamil. i Stalln'i activity against the small district who I La charged by law the team won the Class A district
cam in with his bag on his back ton of Shady Grove and Mrs. Ida I country frustrated this plan, he with handling it the same as he championship last year.
and, without,, explaining how he Flowers of Madison, and a brother said.Mr. would any other criminal .ca... Ted Bleler, coach of the Growers
happened to be in the Redland J. S. Caves of Florida City. Blackford warned that underhand The field box law establishes said his charges: are clicking' a
District for the second time In a Living children are two daughters I forces are at work In the standards for container which and are showing steady improve
week, set about his task of distributing Mrs. Marcus P. Walker of United States attempting to plant are used in the purchase, sale or ment. On the firing line Tuesdaywill ,
the presents. Homestead and Mrs. C. C. Ricke of ,anti-democratic principles and handling of fruit for or from grow be James SuDlvsn, center, J. .'
The last gift In the bag was a Miami, and three sons, W. B. 'that the best way to combat theseIs ers. There are three ways in ;T. Godwin and Fred Chapman
child's ABC book for John S. Caves, A. R. Caves and C. J. Caves, by .trlcC"'adherence to American which the law can be violated, It forwards, and Clinton Bishop and
Peters, president of the club. all of Homestead. democratic ideal (Continued on Fag Ten) ''Ed Kirby, guards.







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SALES OF BUIfKS:1 i,j 'Cl' STSJPEAKEfi"THE xyNY"Mn Lst Rater Cabsmdudad .".:::.....maH'oMsa. a.w'T1Ir"' ....-|' art nar 1M i Tndeat :

For Mrs. W.D. Bishop ....sIea. Sl'ss
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true ha.kaade Vtte elk was*.r ... Namara of .
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TOTAL IN1WDAYPERIOD Y yean .*x !. Ah Jkft la' its daHmiseturday fie" ,.;.
7,818
'Fvtenl hericb for Mrs Erne Ulcat for a Vim i Fjer .f
Mrs s.IIop. was a member
lye Neff Bishop M, prominent chapter from Ex-mn\tlle. Ind.Tw .
of tilt Garden Club for many yean
: Pikt \Mtan: ::1 spend +.ttiriij
Homestead dub> woman who died and at the time of her death was
night at the clubhouse *d Lo. hoKey
at her 'home on Richard road. dwrllllll of the wild flower commatwe. : -
West on SundayEXPERT
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Tint Mich Dec H-W F t near King !highway were held
Huistader. luenday at the Tuner Funeral During her younger yean, Mrs
general salerunaftr
Bishop was a talented andappeared
inmunreil Hoax TV body was taken to B3kia > sager RADIOREPAIRING
today domestic rudrbwrto frequently on local prograns.
:t. Ind_ for burial.
of Buick motor ondunnff She wa a carraspondent
Hit tint 10 dart of Ot T_coody... aKnaajafiiiilwnh for the Miami Herald for some

center totaled TJU umu con. by her husband. William D. IBM but relinquished IBM post fireyears Prompt service on aO

pared with WM ia the conespot"1. i Bubop He planned to |o fromEX agoMrs. :
makes specializing on
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'..-. to Lucerne X Y, his Bahop first husband Ora
ia* period lad year a (a a ( per..i.nt Neff.wa killed in a dynamite explosion : automobile radios .. .
t r:.. '. home
1U can or .15 per cent IS yean "o. She married 'f
11 Mrs. Bishop bad been a member
Deliveries during the prr' : )fr. Bishop in UK LCDoddnewer
brought domestic sate tot the ,.ear .1 oe Homestead Woman Club I Beside her husband Sirs
to date over the 200.000 mark, he ,I .:are th. year she came to Home- Bishop i* survived by two sister I I IMr Bid*.
aid. retail sale la the United lead with her Bret husband, the I *. C L. Monger and Mr*. H. A.I nameatead, rum&elessia
Sum due the first of the year :jte Ora Neff. She served th* club Davit, both of Gkhart. i

toulonc 204.TM units against I _
100.700 la the eorrespoodin per- '1,
fad hit year This to an increase REV HOWARD FIELD

of tIJK unite or M' per cent1:| The Her Howard Field of London
over last year's volume '
This it I Tena, will speak at the morn- f ITO
the
second time In over
1* yean Buick: baa exceeded an I line and evening service of the

annual domestic .return of 2OCI,.I|t Homestead Naarene Church Sunday
000 cars and It to expected the I' it was announced by the pat
1I3 total will top tilt beat
previ.ou. I
Itor, the Rer Robert H. Spear
yean during this period. la
inn Buick delivered 204.30 can i i I Mr. Field to spending a vacation
at retail m the United States and ,with lib parent Mr. and Mr l
Jut year accomplished an aurcgtVet Cart Field, in Homestead.
m.MI domestic sates. I Coin to London: Mr Field .
Continued strong winter de.I SBtaat pastor of the rim e.1
nand wa fanecn by the exec- of the Nasareo at Miami.
olive with sales at levels subtuuaSy -!
above a year ajo. Used j(Minstrel Show To Aid s Blu, tas _
car safe are at a corresponding c
School Library FundA
rato. he said Bukk dealer havtn -
| delivered 1UU used can dur-
ia. t be lint 10 day at the month minstrel show will be given
against ..... Ia. th eormpond--: la fears XJnf Cooper School auditorium THOSE'WHOM WE.HAVE SERVED DURtNG- .
Friday Jan. .
lag period last yearBhcsfor.R.A evennul. at
.dock by the fifth and.sixth ,
THE PAST YEAR: ,OUR 'HEARTFELTTHANKS;-- r ,-
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trade pupil ot Jin. W. R. Bird
tephens *Mrs J. .G. Wynn and Mrs. Win. 'AND "EVERY-COOD "WISH :FOE:HAPPINESS _. ; 0 ...
Held in Baptist Chnrthj JFSOekl tg raise funds for the eleooeatarr ....
'I| school library "FHR OUGHOUT 19-10. 0 .
Funeral anmeaa for Radium A. On. the pi mi am alto arc tap
Stephen,. 00.. fe wae.. who died d..ee%. the Vitrnu reel .and ...
Chnsfana Day at die ___ to,cones b7-a-arm of girls ia old .0 ''Florida :East..Caast Fertlllze>;Co.Q" v- ." .. : : -

South.AUapettah Caidaaai were fashioned towns.vstpt .
bead at > all ct yvawdwy after. Sadford. the interlocvto I : '': Frank.B. Rue Mgr. .
throw at th* Haanestaed Baptist to supported by Sammy Har
Church. The Her J. K. John.atooa rise Charles Martin Palmer Pop. -
otfidatadv Burial was ia 'Donald Nealey. Bobby Morgan .' .
Pate Camttery. KaranX m the and Dust Water S .. . .
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chart at the Twwr"at
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Home. "

A native of Oeorcia. Mr. Stephen -
came to South Cede
County '.
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dauxhter. Mr Clifford Ban. Jr.
of Portsmouth.Va., two son*.F C
Stephen and t J Stephens both !J.
of Goulds two sitter, tin. E laMmcey
of Winter Haven and Mia 4
Minnie Stephen of South ABopatuh -I s '
Garden. tnJ two brother I .
H. V. Stephens of Vvekto. Ga.
and William Stephen of Lyons I ICn.
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The flfty- etond annual father'In ,
of Florida State HorUculturai'
Society wiU be held ia Tampa.
Apnl J-4. IM according to Bar-
ard r Ftoyd ie rHary. fear a*>'
aoeiated orfanitaUon*-the KromtMemorial
Soeietj the Florida
Roe Society the State Vegetable i
I' Growers Association and the norlda >.'

Sod Science Society will meet THE GOOD WILL OF THE PRESENT SEASON

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t. First Choice BRINGS TO MIND YOUR GOOD WILL OF THE i.


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; HELD AUTHENTIC Another To Local nn Dusting Added Fleet 1 1I ,I I thirty-two Tropic and page Other volume of tee.1- I ,,1I

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Tampa; Dee tt.-D1n-Tbat I A Waco whirrriod-: ; plane, p I by Its author. Holly Tidied REET/NGS
the Florida rederal Writers' Pro ed by Jimoue Jones, ot-I (Hire Eleanor Hotferty. wee I I I

ject. WPA. has done more fact the Tuesday:dusting from fleet Pennsylvania of the Giro to, ,, .surprise gift that friends of the 1940i

hunting UM* leaf raUag. to ua- ___ lee, based at the total !:young author received on antl y II
auestfoMb demaastisW by the airport. The plane will be usedas mas.
Florida Qua*." published by the: a sight-eeeuig craft for several I: The booklet to mat to
Oxford -. New York and now (Iweeks and then will be placed induchrag Thins Tutor taraaaon aad top!
on sale at tt.JO. : duty Al present there t Lawrence Bawaftot .
'""Unquetliofub the most complete [ ire f HIT dusting planes at the I IMr i ...
Hotfsrty. to a ataghtor of
story of Flor'da ever m: intoned rpo! I
book loversacid T PLobttght 1 ----- sad Mrs. J M. Bttitsrty of:l
Ok (us review' in tie Camct South AI e'-". Lint pear she1
Tamp Tribune *On j jt fr : 'llrxW'r'If you hart fM In taught BaHtom .. Hm.miJuator j
aiimaa0ed at the tmt ndo i, one pocket and $I3 in the other
HtoA Semi bat rassfnedbsan Wt tiwak for
M patronage
lIIIMat-ot work repmented brtheaVuibed what haw you*" I | yourduring
.product I r..n t ,h1tn wI. Toe wrong pants." I I the torn was std to ro spite lS ).We look forward to yew
been able to find to a close scrut- i work for bar makesin deaiwa
tty of the entire vohune a single -I Nuslbere terasl3drendy. She continued good wilt In 140 and for

feature or fact of Interest about'' I!is a graduate of Reoland Hbga
the. state that has been oa t1ed." HomesteadBaptist many years to come.
School and
WfltVua and Mary CM.
More than 400 experts on special,Tuesday mornioc. TIle public is ante
topics served ai special consultants invited to attend. Dr &anon.who lout year Miss HolTerty served LEGION TAG AGENCY
UIIatiDC a largettaff of wrtt- :
spoke before the association as program chairman of the Homestead )
ers beaded by )In. Canto Dotgftt at flu December ateetans thretweeks P.-T. A. and this year she Mfhairmsn Wm. J. Geronimo; Mgr.
Con state director of UIeWrnns" a t\-vill; Oostratt his adpictufts -I, of the University dubsstudy !
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In the
rederal Project '
dress ..
wish steraopiicojl of : (-". -
I.arcaaeoleciael work-done aveenl'Ty ', At present she I* employed by
to Palestine. Station W10D to IClamL I

book11 ,.." .-.._-...." .. 'rnmihr- --\fllttllWllawmIIJUlVIH\ '
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Mt decnnUoDi. It.. dtvidrdlato I
'three parts: (I) Florida a
Vacktrouwt. which toefcidc lua1417. -:

'C'CIftmnponrJ' sweat natural .. Elr
141 11a.axricuRure. Imaportatkxi =-= ==
'tt mnwrtv, education art. arcntdure == .. ..-
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(2) Principal cities of the ==
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and pictorial treatment (J) == '"' .. .It -\, ==
ftorida loop, with 22 tours writ- ', : .. ."
t n oat in detail and points olrmt I > .r L I
I : and exact mileage If KJvra : -
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Sunday night worship pIPn CI. The '
p* lor, aarnoa theme will be' . ':; ., :.'.. .
"Looking Both Ways.
,,JO to lUG oclock. fellowship! L
period In the educational department -, = ==
Refreshments will be served
by the Mammary: Society I I
19-30 to 11:IS o'ctock. tang and :.: '', .
pralae service m the c'-.0 of UM

young eIIIIftb. people' division of the; !
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period led by lot pastor ,
Mr. Richards .enlOa topic ha _
the Sunday noming service will I Ii
be "Good sailors on a Safe Siup I
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Noted Ardweelegiet: May good cheer, !

To Repent Talk Her i .
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Dr George Eo Barton PaviXL.L. '. '!> %
L D, rv. !rd 1Il""J''ito;'thin. WWI I success and happiness follow>'ou J
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"The Growers' Association had .
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st-ascBimoN suits
b ""'" Cats -- .LIt MARI N Tuesday and expected to get off 'i
0..l..1O.5.G.MtIt.54 two more Saturday The suo '
S Q't elation shipped 119 crates throughthe

Goulds organization on December .
TVVVTTTTTVTVTVTVrTTTTTTCURRENT 24, which sold for $321,.
25. One shipment of 65 crates of tomatoes .
grown by Keltt It Picettt
COMMENTBy brought $246 net to the growers. '
coUNrv Beans have been selling around ;

AGNEW WELSH. Miami $5 for some time. One lot Of 14

...................... ..........a baskets brought: '$'2.25 net this .
week. "
Some of the possible permanent ( -"We are assured-of no crooked J j
effects of war may be teen in the dealings In the reporting of the ]
removal by Germany of two million election on Jan. 8, by the fact that
Jews from that country to the preachers; in town have been
new homes on the recently created LA
appointed as Inspectors W. J,
borderland between Germanyand A ciINTYL Carter of ftie White Stone Church

Russia, and in a restricted district A K Ezr Is clerk, and Dr J. A. Sutton Rev. .
along the San river Likewise I On I P.Nf B. D.: Bourn and Dr. C. P. Jacksonare J
the moving back of 40 million tatiCy Inspectors ."

Chinese from the Inundated -"Mr. Fleltas, father of Mrs, J. "
and dangerous war tone along the D. Redd, accompanied by his
tower Yangtze to higher land near .
brother and son-in-law, Dr. Pin. ..
the source of that. great. stream. tado is here for a few days"

L "Miss Carrie Schumacher ari.'i.
Tis said President dad Isj .e rived Sunday to spend some time .1''
rather jittery over the irrepressible with her sister Mrs. B. F. Lowe.

son Jimmy. Oh come now. She has been spending the summer .j
don't be to hard on the boy, you I with her parents In Springfield, .'
I know how it--Sammy, don't bothf QUAINT
Ohio.Jim tj
er about looking up that quotation Vann and family have ',
t about the likeness between COFFEE B AMSUZLL moved "to Sells house St Lewis',
father and son. OCKLAWAUAGVE& Corner. J
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-"R. E. Caves Is expectinghis .
The tax-payers' league of Florida FOUND ALONG THE daughter and husband, Mr. and "4

has been figuring on the cost FLORIDA COAST Mrs. M. P. Walker this week for a .,
AtOST CBOOKfD
t of county government and finds NAVJ6ABLE&IVE& visit Mr Walker ia a brother
that the average Is $863 per M ,77 Off COMMY of C, D. Walker." a ,

: county for each census-counted So crooked la the OCKLAWAHA RIVER swamp such as cannot otherwise be obtained -"Karl Horton has bought the ..
Inhabitant, an Increase of $z.n house In Royal Palm addition oc- ,,
that Although it is only about 38 miles, io Florida.
Since 1935. The lowest rate inAlachua cupled by Jim Vann and moved .
l was ,
flies from its with The FLORIDA COFFEE-BEAN SHELL
county, $ and the M the crow junction in this week."
highest in Gulf U4 40. Dade the St Johns to its source in Lake Griffin, so often called because of a striking resemblance "Mrs. John Palmer and son, L. 'i
county was credited with $1137 it is probably 155 miles aa the river runs. to the bean of coffee, reaches a S. Palmer, arrived Sunday from
f per capita. Palm Beach county The extreme crookedness of the swift, narrow length of only two-thirds of an inch. It ia Madison Fla. to spend some time .i

rolled up an expense of $19.64 per stream, makes it difficult to navigate unique, pinkish button-like shell with a with their daughter and sister "i
capita in a 40 or (0-foot boat. The Ocklawaha, tinge of brown, marked with six black spots Mrs. J. A. Smith." j

which is famous for its excellent fishing, oo the back. Strong ridges encircle it. Anton Waldin, Jr. underwenta

A press dispatch says that the affords an Jnterior view of a great cypress minor operation at the Homestead ':

British are planning a new Europe. I boliulon Thursday
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-"The Rain Shine Club held
When I read that to old Ike Tootle- or
berry-he exclaimed: "Looks to me settln' the In-cumbenfs say-so.: :! Australian Pine Provides Economical Its annual Christmas party Tues- rt
5 they're a leetle mite previous; Where's our liberties gone I asks day at the home of Mrs. Lee Leht\
minds me of counting yer chicks you? Might as well have a line i:! Pulpwood Source Students Discover man."
I fore they're hatched or even all !of succession or heir .-pa ntl." I; -"Two births are reported this
\ the eggs set." I| Mark Twain once said every dog -- week. A boy at the home of Wm. ..,
4 {entitled to a reasonable amount]I Tampa Dec. 28-A means for the eastern mountain ranges, such VanWinkle, born 6:30 Wednesday ?
''of fleas and I it b the morning and a boy to Mr and Mrs
suppose ;, tupelo and poplar. :j
During the world war prohibition utilizing the large areas of sandywaste aa oak gum,
same with opinions. Jesse Soper on Wednesday eve-
days j' which Interspersed These yield only a fraction of a |
a great squawk was setup i lands are .. He is a member of Ihe-'Jun-_.
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. -and many city papers Joined" In UIII Florida laid a tax of. with Florida's citrus cord per acre per year, while lor' class." r. -"'!|
.' In declaring If the law was repealed one-eighth of a cent a gallon on I!groves, fresh water lakes and Australian pine will grow four to -"Ittiss Jennie Vann Is spendinga
It would cure the bootlegging six cords. In addition to Its rapid .
j gasoline as an Inspection fee, the,' ls suggested by the results few days with her brother, W. H.
evil. What a lie! Some;f!proceeds: of which now amount\swamps growth, it offers the advantage of Vann, in West Faun Beach."
of these same papers are now of a scientific investigation low cost bleaching.
millions of dollars a year; this ...
telling us that the government Is lto In addition to the seven-cent conducted by University of Tampa(' 'Australian pine pulp Is soft and -- -

being robbed of a million dollars!i excise tax, which brings the state chemistry students under direction short fibered, with a good Interlocking
, a year by the moonshine-makers I character that should makeit Children in Court
23 millions a year. A suit has of Fret. Donald D. Bode.
i been brought against this Inspection an excellent filler for book paper
I three By lodge Malcolm Hatfleld
The work was begun :years
Things are not so very different fee on the ground that It Is when combined] with bleached
in England from what they are too high and Is .also being diverted ago as a practical method of showIng Kraft fiber or bleached sulphite MMIMIMIMMM"WMLFLO,1111"LMNMEFFECTIVE
( here. An eminent Britisher said to uses other than pause students ,how to attack research pulp" Dr. Bode declared. "Un : RElIABn-TTATIOV:
that when a couple marries there provided for in the statute. I' problems. The task assigned beaten, hand couched mats pre-
the woman gets s ring on her e to find commercialuses pared in our laboratory Wire A drunken stepfather set such a
finger and the man one In his The psychologists tell us It is a was found to be 10 per cent stronger wicked example for his wife's
,, DOM. good training for us to be ale for Australian pine' a nuisance than yellow typewriter second children that they: became ashamed
to people toward whom we tray 'tree that,grows five times as fastas sheets, weight for weight." of the conditions under which they

From the two sources-cane and have an aversion; then the moral : jack pine and thrives In places The Australian pine ls not really were )lvln,. As the family .
beets ,. of the : a pine,Dr. Bode explained, but It wasted and
growers United ists come along and say such will where only cactus and sea grass was air liquor gambling -
1s. States are allowed to produce only lead us Into being two-faced hypocrites : is a native of Australia. It will these youngsters had no ODportunlty *
I t 90 per cent of the sugar we consume so what Is a poor mortal';grow native with wood too hardto thrive in any climate where the of securing adequate
as a nation in order to "pro going to do? saw but which splits when a mean temperature of the coldest recreational faculties.' ,They: could
tect' the balance of trade with I nail Is driven through it month Is not below 54 degrees, not bring their.friends into a home

Culls and our own Porto Rico and Damon Runyan pronounces I Dr. Bode said that these trees which in this country means cent, disgraced by.a drunken stspfattier.
i the Hawaiian Islands, along with Greta Carbo the greatest actress I I may be a highly: economical source tral and southern Florida, southern Consequently, they were forced to
our present step-child the Phil- In the world but that is as far as of pulpwood for book'paper, rayon l Texas and southern California. It meet their acquaintances else
; ippines. To offset this the\ U. S. be acclaims her greatness; says and various plastics. grows 35 feet tall in six years, witha where.
pays out 4< million dollars a :year that as a woman she is too cool i Using apparatus which they de- nine-Inch, trunk; 86 feet tall in When the older .slater became
bonuses of which $3 go to continental and .calculating too Inscrutableto I'signed and constructed themselves, 12 years with a trunk It to 30 I delinquent, the court assigned the
growers and the remainder be the kind of a woman most the University of Tampa research: inches in diameter. In Its native task ef Improving the ;conditions
probably: to the Insular ones. men like. You and me both. [group produced, to 42 per cent land the tree reaches a height of In the home to an efficient social
pulp on t dry basis, containing M 150 feet with a trunk diameter of I worker. Her first .step .was to
" Another sign that the world Is Had you heard about Kermit I to 83 per cent alpha cellulose. The 18 feet bring pressure on the stepfatherin
becoming feminized la the recent Roosevelt giving up his American alpha cellulose requirement for the in to secure sn adequate into
contest for crochet king, with SO,_ citizenship to take a commission I'viscose rayon process Is 17 per cent John D. Rockefeller, Jr, sat one come for the support of the family -
000 entries, and the award went In British army? Isn't that minimum. evening over his Shakespeare, : The mother was taught to bean
to a California cowboy. just like his daddy Teddy, the "While our present equipment when .sentence cropped up and efficient housekeeper and was
Terrible? has not made it possible to pro- puzzled him. So he said to his made to realize that her former
Met old Ike Tootleberry and he I duce quantities of pulp large father, who was reading the newspaper negligence was partly responsiblefor

seemed peeved about something By clockings, every half-hour enough to test In a pilot rayon beside the lamp. Tattler, the fact that her children were
( "What's the matter, Ike.:' says IHuh. marks a suicide in the U. S or plant small quantities of rayon what does this mean: 'There Is a ashamed to entertain their friendsin
." snorted the old man. "I 20,000 a year, with three times have been spun by hand; giving a tide In the affairs of men which the home. Within two months
seed by the papers where a feller that many attempts. Of these TOper satisfactory thread" Dr. Bode taken at the flood leads on to fortune the family was completely: rehabil
5, wants to run for guv'ner but he cent are credited to economic ssld. ?' What kind of tide would itated. Complete harmony and
wants 0".. (Fred's blessing' first problems and the remainder to The present chief source ef book that be?" I consideration existed between husbMMVtftd -
It's a great free country' when a domestic difficulties. paper m. the-.United >Stat" 4s .""ed4Moa11..*. wU.....h.thedP..f'Ibe '
feller can't run fer an office 'thout (Continued on Page Five) second growth hardwood trees of piled the father.-Ex. children were recognized.



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MOVE STARTED Morris, of Nebraska, Hid "This Announeement has been made The proposition that El'gland
war will not put an end to mili- that hegiaiiing with the new yew I and France pa us Uclr i(4-18(
CURRENT tariam" and he WM tpwgiid" tone tee Mteant Beech broMcMtmc H*. II War debt by eerilng us th4t insularpossessloas .v
TOBARPOPULARDELEGATE statement and burned In efft- tip, will have a nation-wide out. in the Caribbean sH! *
COMMENTContinued gy but he has lived to see more connection. It is also asserted seems to be fevered by 71 per cad
people aware of the truth of his that a new teveattosi doe away of Dr. O llup's clientage And the

VOTE --- statement with the disagreeable italic an Filipinos are getting a KM* fidgety -

( From Page Four) noyance. as 1948 loom up-the date of
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their freedom freedom that
Henry M. Flagler was not the
Orlando, Dec. 28.-(Special) H. G. Well has written a new only, nor the first, man who had Somebody must have money or doesn't look to good with firing
Last book that is a blistering blast at a possibility 6f being gobbled up .
January Chairman T. T. an idea of building a railroad to are the time payments easy? The
Turnbull of .the.state Democratic civilization in particular and religion Key West In 1688 the Jacksonville automobile industry report re by a less genial ruler than Uncle

executive committee and education in general :Tampa and Key West railway tail sales 48 per cent greater for Sam.
sponsored t He says the human race is doomedto
a e a
was Incorporated and was the lint ten months ot this year
resolution providing tor The selection decay; that the history of democracies bunt from Jan to Tampa the line than for last year's corresponding Cleveland. Ohio, lath- city of

delegates to the national chows they have been later becoming known as the period. the U. S.. has M.OOO pereons- depending -

Democratic convention, to be trapped into one-man tyrannies Plant system and then the Atlantic upon relief according toa
f! made by the committee and not by great criies. He couldn't have .Coast line, a name It yet press dispatch which quotes
allow the people of Florida to vote had cars in mind for a reviewer retains. In one of those surplus fruit economist Cot L. P.Ayers us. lay

It on this Important matter. Tyn states that Wells' kindest wordsare handouts in Baltimore a woman ing of national: relief "Relief is
Cobb, Jr., member from Orange reserved for America and drew a grapefruit The next day apparently going to be here s .longtime
+ county fought this resolution on President Roosevelt Old Ike said: "I read t'other day she brought it back with the coma we've educated people to U.
of a o durned, contrary that Plaint that she had boiled
man ; it three
the floor Of the meeting, and later It's a long hard solution and we ...
be wouldn't eat that hour it evert
anything and was as touch
Cave a statement to the newspapers The skeleton of the Florida M do not like to tee it" .
that agreed with him and every time By the way did you ever try baking .
was carried over the slate by cross-state
ship canal Is being he talked in his sleep he quarreledwith them It adds a tang which ADS
the Associated Press. Nearly fell rattled again under a war crisis .himself." READ THE .WANT
some people relish.
the editors of Florida took It U0 plea but the signs are that it will
,and agreed with Cobb and later receive scant courtesy.
Mr. Turnbull laid he-"would drop .
the matter tf Cobb would.
A financial advertisement is
"Lately," said Mr, Cobb, "Mr.
headed, "Why Every Man Should
Turnbull has made several statements -
Have Three Kinds of Mone ."
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and they have been carried
}Personally I am not so much Interested
to state papers by the Associated
in the kinds in the
Press, to, the effect that the law as quant
gives the state committee ity.
the right I
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to name such delegates, and also
t the choice of holding a preferential An Elgin, Ill school has greatly -
I primary. This past week he Improved Its interior by changing -
has even had Attorney General its somber blackboards for

George Couper Gibbs give an white ones, using black chalk.
i opinion on the matter in agreementwith Now don't laugh; l Isn't a black
him. berry red when its green? It is

"For many years the voters of claimed the figures are much more
Florida have elected their delegates distinguishable by using black
and voted their choice in crayons. Just another step in better

If preferential primaries, so why not school facilities. .
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continue this? If the chairman is
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. ij. .going to..allow the people to vote, Before the World War openedan
then why does he keep making English engineer had before

statements to the effect that the congress a plan to so divert our
committee can take.this right away gulf stream that it would flow w
a from them northward an additional 400 miles;
"Unless the voters are aroused thus affecting the climate of Canada I

and make it a point to urge members He proposes to do this by j
I k of the state committee to let erecting on the shallow -waters of BEST. WISHES FOR THE COMING NEW YEAR I
them vote tot their delegates, they the Grand banks a sea-wall running
MAY IT BE OUR PRIVILEGE TO
,I might wake 'UP after' Jan. 12 and eastward 200 miles, and thus t'
find that the state committee has shift the cold Labrador current SERVE YOU THROUGHOUT

disfranchised them. It might be that sweeps down from the Arctic : .
,1940 AS WE HAVE '
possible for some Interested partyto region, The project if pow being '>

gain control of the Florida revived. IN THE PAST. .
delegation to the national con .
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vention through the state commit MO
tee." The present crop of vegetables
In the Pompano area is placed .t j

Eurourtflnc Sign 35,000 acres, largely devoted to BROOKER ,LUMBER CO. .,
string beans making It the world'icenter
Farmer Jones: "Well, I guess my
son is going to be a farmer after for this. vegetable.. Homestead, Fla. Phone 62
i all when he get through college." -

.i Farmer Brown: "What makes Sometimes it takes a long whileto
you so?" prove the correctness of a man'i
thin
t Jones: "Well he's plan Judgment. In 1917 this countrywas
ning on taking fencing lessons at whipping Itself into a frent y

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I plan to spend the winter here. Miss day of last week In the Post Grad- to Cape Sable on Tuesday after
Dorothea Robinson, daughter of: uate hospital I spending Christmas with her son-
I Dr and Mn Robinson, who in-law and daughter Mr. and Mn
In and Ground teaches school in Fairlie, Vt, It Joyce Htndrkks of Ch Johnny Becker In Florida City;

i pending the holidays with her N. C, Is In the Post Gr rlotte'l
I'parent Miss Sue Robinson, another pital for medical treatment.Mr. Little Joe Torcl je. Jr. Wlt
daughter, who I* a student brought home on Wednesday Iron,
Homestead Stetson is also the Post Graduate
University, and Mrs Thomas LaHiff,I hospital when
pending the holidays with her who are wintering Miami with he had been confined the post Ib.
arent*. week with a fractured
p! their daughter, Nancy Carroll of I leg.
movie fame, and Miss Carroll' -
Mrs P. Bird, Sr., has returned Coral Gables and Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mri. Newton C Bern- daughter, visited in the Redland Hugh Rhodes of Missouri I
from a Christmas visit with her H. S. Slnsel were guest of Mrs. heltel of Wllkeiboro Pa, are District Wednesday with Mr. and spending the winter'here with hit
son and daughter-in-law Mr and W. 1C. Walton over last week-end pending two weeks with Mrs Mrs John R. Neat e), friends of grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Rhodes
Mrs. C. L. Bird of Jacksonville.Mr. 9ernhelsel's parents Mr. and Mr1 long standing. ---.I
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Sr., John W. Port In Redland. .MI-.1.1M.-MNIWA.I Mr. and Mrs. Edral Wynne end]
and Mr. O. B. Parker returned of Crescent City and their BOO CITYy children, Marjorie, Wynen
,t Wednesday from a five- Kenneth were week-end guestsof Miss Minnie H. Armstrong, who FLORIDA (Continued on Page Seven)
day trip through the Lake Okeech- their son and daughter-in-law, has been spending several weeks Mr W.W: Beery, .....
obee region. Mr. end Mrs; R. R. Kinard Jr I with her brother and ..lIterlnI :
On Monday Mrs. Kinard, Jr. law Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong Mrs. Fred'HeM was taken to. a PALMSHOTELFLOKIDA
-. entertained at dinner Mr. and I returned yesterday to herhome
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Alton Lee of Cullmarv Ala., Is Miami 'hospital 'on Tuesday for
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Corbet Mrs. A. P. Moore, ef, Miami, )ho. in Springfield Miss. :Meie 5
and Mrs. M. S. and their I treatment
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. .Clyde Maya oms and AtfsrtmeD i
Parker. Mrs. Lee will Join him daughter--, Miss- Wilda, of ()&tnes- Mr and Mrs. Auburn Celling- It Reasonable-gates
vine. their in Shelby Mrs. .Selma, JiaUson, returned
( here in the near future. er returned to home -
N. C., Wednesday after spendIng iilimimiliiHiiiiiBiiiiriii
I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Lee }k.' Lehman several weeks visiting Mrs
and W. L, Canady returned to had as guests on Christmas day felllnger* parents Mr. and Mrs. ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
their home Cobbtown, Ga, after Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Barrie, Homer Davis.
I Mr and Mrs. Omar Brandon, Mill
spending the holidays with Mr. Dinners
and Mrs. T. T. Bowen. Miss Bessie Ruth Barrie and Miss Mary and Mrs. Joe Adams of Miami and Spaghetti 40c
Canady, who had been visiting Bo Brandon all of Detroit. Miss Kathryn Schaab of Toledo,I JOE TOaClSE; Prop. FLORIDA CITY
Mr. and Mrs John B. Scott of Ohio visited friends in Homestead
Mr. and Mrs. Bowen for several :;11TTTmTrITTTIT! ,
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months, returned with them. Mr Charlotte N. C, and Miami are Wednesday.Miss I II i"li, n,' I I ,
Candy Is the father of Mrs Bow. visiting their son and daughter I yW
r en and Miss Canady. In-law, Mr. and Mri. J. Lawrence Edna Nell Richards will return -
Scott In Redland.Mr. Sunday to Wesleyan College,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burnett of In Macon after visiting her parents [
West Palm Beach and their little and Mrs T. J. Harris, Sr., or the Rev. and Mrs. J. J'I
son, Leon Jr, were week-end Houston, Texas" arrived Satur- Richards.Jack .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. West. day to visit Mayor and Mrs T. J. WellBECKIIAM
Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gatlin will return Sundayto s
:t' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cravey spent Deden. Mr. and Mr*. Harris Sr.. Emory University at Atlanta,
\ Christmas week-end In Manatee.Mr. are parent of Mrs. Deden and Mr. after spending the holidays here
Harris. with his parents Dr and Mrs. B Vile

and Mrs W. W. Fisher and E. Gatlin. t
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Haines all of Mr and Mrs. Robert Dareing
Champaign, Ill. and Fort Lauderdale have as a guest for several weeks, Landon Hlckson, who spent the qw
i were guests) of Miss Josephine Mr. Darelng's aunt, Mrs. Maul holidays with his parents Mr. and
Pratt on Wednesday. Barnvllle of Boston Mrs. J. L. Hlckson In Naranja, has Judgeof
returned to Raleigh, N. C. Jerome I
Miss Sybil Cheshire of Ochobee Hlckson brother of Landon, has
Mra. A. D. Fogle' and daughter, spent the week-end here with her returned to Hanover N. H. the Dad
Marjorie are spending the holidays
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brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
: with Mr. Fogle In Blrdon. Mr*. Aubrey Cheshire Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Moye hsve 1 County u "
IS their guest this week,' Mr. .Dlle.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gllbertson Moye's brother W. B. Moye, a _
: and Mrs W. H. Woods, Mr. and of Miami were guests Of Mr*. Gll- professor at 'Southern Georgia .a j. '-
Mrs. J. R. Rutland and daughters, tertson's parents Mr, and Mrs Teachers' College In Collegeboro,
Mary France and Ruth spent D. L. Bowen of Homestead, on Ga. -
Monday fishing on the Keys i Monday TAKES PLEASURE IN WISHING HIsr' ANY*
Caleb Winslow Jr. of Baltimore,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alfred Som-:' Mrs. Quincy Myers]lof,Gainesville a student at Hampden-Sldney FRIENDS IN SOUTH, DADE ,A'
mer and children, Carla and Carl 1* viiitlng her ,: Mrs 'College In Hampden-Sldney Va,
Jr. and R. J. Luffman, returned Qulnnle Shersrd. : 'and Ralph McDonnell of Cleveland t
to their home in Cltra Wtdnea-I a law student at Yale, art HAPPY ,'
) day after spending a Mr. and Mrs. Jamej Yaneey of I pending the holidays with Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sullivan. 1 Miami were guests of Mrs. Vance ayne. i
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Robert Kllclc and Wlnfred.H.! Steffanl over r'u\e Mr. and Mrs Mason Rob :" ,
\ Owens who art stationed in the:i i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goshorn ol I II announcing the birth of a=

Marine Corp at Quantlco Va, i I Key West visited Mn. Gussle Joiner I pound boy. Daniel Lee on Thurs- ,, ,, ,,, u111-,
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returned to Quantlco Tuesday after Wednesday.Miss .
visiting with relatives here.

Margaret Albright has
t Manuel Arozarena of Seattle, moved to Miami where she is em-
I Wash Is spending the holidays ployed by the Western Union.
: with his mother Mrs. Sylvia Atkins. Dr. and Mrs. Carl F. Robinson

I f" --'-- have as their guests Dr. Robin- M
: Mr. and Mrs Frank Stark and son's parents, Mr. and Mrs S. C.
::+ Mrs. Martha L Murray, all of 'Robinson of Burlington Vt. TheyNVVWifffff

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F. P. & L TO START ++++r+++++++++++++ meat Is quite tender. Add lime not allow to brown.. Add 1 pint et Want Ads pay-Try Them
Juice Just before serving Thiscurry milk, stirring constantly Cook for
to not flour-thickened. a few minutes. Add \k pound
WORK ON POWER HintsjoHousewives Serve six. One minced tart apple American cheese, grated, and season r
may be added to curry when I with salt, pepper, paprika anda
PLANT ADDITIOMore half don Instead of lime Juice,, generous pinch of dry muntard NEWT G. BALL
or4 cup shredded coconut maybe Stir until cheese is thoroughly
stirred in with lime Juice, melted and blended. Drain and NOTARY PUBLIC
Serve, with plenty of boiled rice' flake 1 can of salmon and add to I

power for South Floridato +.+++++++++++++++++ and chutney. the rarebit Stir a* little as possible n
meet the growth of 1940 was the and serve piping hot on lire Insurance and
aim ot Florida Power & Light Co,. Hen'a a Tip From the Indies) rOEMEALS I rounds of buttered wholewheattoast.

in the construction of an addition Curry Delicacies Fit Budget When you go to ;your door Kindred Lines i
Of to I Its main generating plant to Menu And guests stand there j
hold a 29,000 kilowatt turbine gen By Betty Barclay Don't turn them away with sigh

erator. Curry used to be considered an With a welcoming smile M N. Kress Ave
'H. H.:Eyman, Southern division exotic delicacy that Americansseldom And never a care

,manager' for, the company, 'aenousseed n- encountered ,except on Prepare a hasty lurprlse.Emergency -- -- -- that the-conteect expav 'round the world cruises. Sir Special
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,I l t *'**" .Construction Co. of loser" was one of the tint to H cup fine bread crumbs
if'SnjjjBeach. as the first step .in popularize these delicacies for 1 egg well beaten
i a DroftaJa.: of expansionwhich horns COI1IUII1 tion. After his first 1 teaspoon onion Juice
I.i traenY ma/ coal $3,000,000 by the time yacht race for America's Cup in H teaspoon salt
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.Q and new substation 1"9, distinguished sportsmanhad Peppery (
_ .. .. !gNymenfaoe..added( to.care for native Ceylon chef prepsa Milk to moisten
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,n- "> 'I'i're'generatind plant is located I honor of the victorious ;yachtsmen. cut of bef through the meat chopper BOB
" raartMf Miami on the West Dixie Soon iimaH restaurants all over four or five times. Add other !
| I 11/1.' r>Ilt3 wv," It already Jia, two turbine the 'country were featuring Sir Ingredient and mix very f
generators with a combined I Thomas recipes. Now-a-days, thoroughly Add milk to make the r TAYLORYour :
I capacity of 50000 kilowatts. The housewives are finding a dash of right consistency to mould Into
I third ,will be installed ready to curry powder an easy and economical small cakes about 3-4 Inch thick
run by December. 1940, Mr. Hyman way to make left over Fry In hot fat until well browned.
said. It is being built by meat appetizing to the family. (Bacon or ham gives e good flavor -
Westinghouse, and will make this Here's .) Remove the meat cakes and
an for
easy recipe Ceylon
'the largest generating plant In make a gravy by adding flour to
Curry which the famous tea mer County Solicitor
Florida. chant the fat remaining In the pan and I
brought over to this .
.. .........'_ ....._""_. """...."......_ you follow the castors of country.If the East stir unto the flour Is well brown- ,
ed. Use enough flour to make a''
IN AND Indies,dishes you'll accompany your cream lauce of medium consistency I
AROUND D curry with hot tea. Under
the Southern Cross, cloves are (t cup milk, 2 tablespoons
flour.) Add milk until desired'
1I0 1ESTEAD usually served with steaming hot
tea, along with slices of lime. consistency. Return browned meat

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(Continued From Page Six) perfect tea if she follows these I This serves about eight persons II I
simple basic rules A
Jackie and David of Elko. Ga, tea pot of I
were guests Wednesday of Mr: earthenware or china Is preferable JELLIED TONGUE I
Always rinse His Friends inJSouth Dade
and Mrs W. W Sever,. out the teapot Wash and scrub a bef tongue In
.i. with hot water. Put one teaspoonful salted water and boll until tender. I
Mrs. Betty Lou Jones and baby of tea or an Individualtea Remove skin and place tongue In I
of.Tampa are spending the boll bag Into the pot for each cup a saucepan. Add two onions, one I
'"tMys with Mrs Jones mother, I desired Pour on fresh furiously stalk of celery, four cloves, and]I County a Most
boiling watetf immediately. Allowto salt and Cover
Mrs. Bate Carpenter, pepper. with liquor -/
.Daw'imn> r steep from three to five minutes, In. which tongue was boiled. i I .,..." ,
Myer Silverman of Miami spent I according1 to strength desired. Add one blade of mace, one bunchof ,
the Christmas holidays here with Ceykm Carry thyme, one bunch of parsley, HAPPYAND
hlilkhother, ,Mrs. M. filrverman.Mrs. 2 pounds lean lamb, beef or vealI and one teaspoon of sugar Simmer -
medium onion minced for two hours. Remove the

Bonnie West of Trenton,, .3 tablespoons butter tongue For each pint of liquor
y I; t/'l"t1I1'1, Arrived here-,Wednesday ,I'cu to 3 teaspoons curry powder add one tablespoon of gelatine that PROSPEROUSNEW
and Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. boilingwater hat ben soaked In cold water. SUI'for
Jihl PIxon. 1 bouillon cubeVs'teadpoon two minutes over very ,low
salt flame. Strain and pour over the
Miss J. Ahlers of Chicago, Is alUf.t Dash of pepper tongue Chill thoroughly garnish YEAR
at the home of Miss Anna Juice of H lime with watercress, and serve.
Lochrie for the winter. Use meat from shoulder, chuckor '"".' ,
breast Wipe and cut meat into SALMON RAREBIT .,.",. r jnr
Mill<&llle Edwards of WashIngton 1-Inch cubes Cook onion slowly In a pan or chafing dish blend
.'D.C., spent the Christmas in butter until Just beginning to two tablespoons"of flour with 1 I
holidays at the home of Mrs B turn color. Add meat and stirover leaping teaspoons of butter. Do
H. Edwards. moderate heat 8 minutes.
Sprinkle curry powder over meat,
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--- --a-F; : Oualey of Ft. Pierce, and cook 8 minutes longer Dissolve .
spent the week-end visiting his bouillon cube In boiling water -
family here. and add with salt and pepper
to meat. Cover and simmer,
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..daughter, Rhoda Jean, arrived boil, about 1% hours or until

on Sunday night from Alvin, Ill
I the holidays visiting her parents, 1940 1940
Mrs Walter Dixon Is spending I Mr and Mrs Richards In Georgia I

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The cares and troubles of the old year are gone .


Superintendent tlet's welcome the new with confidence and strength, .


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Wishes 'j PAUL D. BARNS

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MISS HENRIETTE HARTMAN1S-' :HONORED STUART HALL MARRIES H. H. S. CLASS:OF' '41 ENTERTAINED ,

. ON VISIT WITH SERIES' OF GAY PARTIES I MISS Min FRANCES Frances Lewis LEWIS of South I AT CHRISTMAS PARTYBY ROOM MOTHERSAmong

-- Allapatah Garden and Stewart L.
'\, A series ef gay parties Miss Parroan, Misses ,Wa Hall were married at 5 o'clock the South' fairest were Extra table in the hall had been
< been given -by the younger set In and Nina Dyal, Mia Mary Frances Saturday in Fort Lauderdale by I the girls of the Claw Df Ml of removed and ,there was abundant -
I honor of Min Henrlette Hartmanof : Arthur. Misses Mary Dana Judge Boyd H. Anderson. Homestead High School in ttieir space for dancing.
I Nashville. Term., who I* the and Betty Brown, MU Jane Holland The bride wore a blue ensemble formal frocks .t.the ,Junior class All Joined :In the Virginia reel,
i f i house guest of Miss Alta Webster. of Pensaoola, Mia Nina with white! accessor!**. I party given by Mr*. Ben Arche then chairs were placed in a big
; MlM Hartman formerly raided Pearl Bush, Mia Barbara Done, She I* the daughter of Mr*. T. I and Mrs. A. R. Meybem room circle extending from the ,sides
,1 .. tin Homestead with' her parent, I William Arthur Jack Krome B. Lewis Although she wa bornIn mother, on the evening of Dec. of the Christmas tree for.the "hilarious -
1 Mr. M. D.JlartlnanlJld'U1.'law Charles Eichenberger, Carson Augusta Ga. she bas spent 21. period of gift presentation
.Dr'Hsrtmsm She.U *'sapbomof* I II Ualooln Edwin,Lawrence, CLIn- most 6f her life In South Florida ,Attractive also was the setting Miss Hilda Dodson, a junior ,
1 at ton Bishop, Ed Pacettl, Robert and was graduated from Redland school ,
I at Vanderbilt University for the party, Legion ball which high pupil, played for the
I Na.h-j Beam Pierre Mc- High School Later she attended
ville. Caves Whitney had been decorated for the holiday Virginia reel Mr. Meybem presided -
Daniel, Tom Collins, William Homestead Business College "
Miss Hartman was season by the Legionnaires and at the "juke organ.
l\ night with a whoopee party given I Howell and Jack Kopp and John Mr. Hall, a ion of Mrs. HarryO. Auxiliary member with a big and Pr..entwer.Mr.andMn.Law-
" 'by Miss Elizabeth Skill at the Walton. Hall, I Ia a native of Covington, glittering Christmas tree, tropical -j I rencei' Becker Mr. and Mrs. May
Mrs. I On evening, MIc Ky, but ha. lived in Homestead
Ii f home of her parents, Mr. and Wednesday foliage around pillars and windows bem Mrs. Archer Miss Louisa
i : Frank Skill, on North Rooms Alta Webster entertained with a slnjce his .early childhood He and streamers that centered : Booker Miss Betty Brown, Miss:
I venue. I If dinner party at the Royal Palm was educated 1n the Homestead above Christmas bell. I Nina BuUard. MU Adrian Callahan -
a
, Whoopee, a card game, was Club In Miami. The guest were school and 1* now employed by th.1 I Miss Iris CapUoger Min
I played during the evening. Handmade Miss Hartman Miss Skill, MU the' Naraoja Rock Company, To this were added for I France Lamb Mia Betty Jane
f score cards with Christmas Reitz, Carson Malcolm Jack The young couple will live in party mistletoe under the bell I' Meybem, Mill Katherine Orfa-
scenes were uwd. The prices were,I Krome and William and Jack South Allapatah Garden bright crotons and brilliant her. I nedes Miss Helen Parker, Miss
rled bouquets of chinos (Christmas
won by Mini Mary Dana Brown Kopp. Jamie Richards Miss Julia Frances -
i end Robert Caves. I Miss Reitz gave a dinner and FAMILY DINNER IS GIVEN berries) Sullivan Miss Doris Werr,
The Christmas holiday motif theater party for Miss Hartmanon AT I. R. HICKSON HOME: Schlnus decorated also the long Miss Dodson, Principal B. M. Hind-
prevailed In the decorations and Tuesday evening Those attending Mr and Mr. J. R. Hickson gave supper table which occupied the man,,Lester Archer, Edwin Booth,
l refreshments. I were: Miss Hartman Miss a family dinner party at'their south side of the hall, and more Joe Byrum, Richard Caves, Charles
t The guests were: Miss Alta Webster, Miss Skill Min Jane home In Naranja on Christmas color was added by the electri- Connor Archer Dodson Elbert
r 1 Webster Mill Geraldine Reitz, Holland and MU Reitz. Day. Covers were laid for: Mr. cally lighted "Christmas tree"centerpiece Dolor Fred Fuchs J. T. Godwin
) which shed red, green Theodore Knowles, Harry Martin,
and Mrs Hickson Mr. and Mrs I I I
I MANY OLD GRADS ATTEND BANQUET GIVEN J. L. Hickson, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. and yellow rays. I Jack McMichael, Sheridan Miller,
Tables for Chinese checkers, Jack Sullivan James Sullivan
t I KIrby of Miami, Mrs. E. R. Hick- ,
BY NEW REDLAND ALUMNI ASSOCIATION son, Mrs. E. C. Wallace, Miss I monopoly end other games were Robert Sykes, Edward Tomerlln
-- Emma ,Jo Hickson, Miss Virginia placed in the foyer. I I and Elbert West.
Principal Carl Wagner was the Jensen, Miss Primrose Pritchard I Wallace, Miss Ann Hickson, Waiter ----
speaker it the banquet given Redland by Miss Alma Jane Llndgren, Miss Jones of Miami! Landon and CHRISTMAS TEA GIVEN BY MRS. FRANK : .
the recently organized Betty Blake, Mill Mary Eleanor Jerome Hickson and Sam, Joe, Edward I
High School Alumni Association SKILL AND DAUGHTER MISS ELIZABETH
Williams MU Carlotta Ames John Blair and Richard ,
Wednesday night at the Homestead -
Miss Erma Griffin, Miss Talbott, Hickson. Mr. Frank Skill and her
(, "The Value Country of Club.an Atumnul"His topic': was Wallace Miller, Vernon Turner, II -..-.'"-...... I daughter Miss Elisabeth, enter- and Mr*. Julian H. Webster presided .
Burton Graham, Bill\ Hilson, Cle- at the punch bowl They
Miss Wauntla Talbott, president :The Calendar tained with a Christmas tea at
ment Russell\ Alvin Prothero, Carl were assisted by Miss Alta-Webster ,
their home N. Krome
of the .association Introducedthe on avenue
Schmidt, John and Ed Hickson, E. ._-----_.. afternoon.Mrs. Miss Henrietta Hartman and i'
senior of Redland High as yesterday
( J, Graham and Joe Gauzens. Of Miss Virginia Frick. ,The punch
Dec. Townsend
honof guests. Each alumnus Introduced II-Meeting Lee H, Lehman poured tea
himself. Club In Neva King Cooper School : bowl wa hand painted with -
\ Mrs. TM.. Torbert sang several MISS FAYE ROGERSTO auditorium at 2:80 o'clock. REDLAND CLUB HAS, matching cups, and a.iy4! ppel .,.,,
\ selections, and the assemblage WED IN JANUARY Jan. Meeting Of Garden Club CHRISTMAS PARTY was used. ,
I 'closed the program with the school Mrs. Vivian Rogers of Miami Is with Mr. R. J. Shepherd In FioriI Mr*. W. K. Haas and Mrs. H. J. I The center piece of'thediningr': !
i, aon,. announcing the engagement of I da'City. Armstrong were hostesses to the table wa a bouquet of crotons.
The H. Johnson orchestra of her daughter, Faye to Paul Hen Jan. Meeting of Circle One of Redland Home Demonstration Red and white candles burned In
; v Miami provided music for dancing derson of Miami. The marriagewill W'M.V. Club at Its Christmas party.ji and around the crotons. The man-
i after the banquet.The take place at 4 o'clack, Jan. Jan. Meeting of Redland Friday at the Redlond Community tle was decorated with Florida
club house was decorated 28 In the First Baptist Church of Neighborhood Circle with Mr*. J. Church. holly and silver bells. Bouquets of
with poinsettias and small lighted Miami. Rotherham.. Mrs A. M. Vivien told of the roses, asters and poinsettias dec-
Christmas tree The table was I Miss Rogers, a niece of Mr. and Jan Minatrel show In Neva Christmas customs of different orated the rooms.
T-shaped and was lighted with Mrs. E. J. Dyal of Homestead was' King Cooper School at 8 p. m. countries MU Martha January -
i candles. born in Hollywood. She spent Jan. 8-Meeting of Monday gave a reading, "My Favorite Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Livingston
\ Among those attending the ban- the early part of her life in the Music Club. 1 I Christmas Receipt," and Mrs. W. and daughters, Esther and Helen,
: quet were: Mr and Mr Frank Redland DI.trlcend attended Jan Rebekah installation E. Gaby gave several piano selections entertained at dinner on Wednes-
i .' iBernecker, Mr. and Mr. Otto Ber- Redland school, but was graduated meeting Mrs. W. D. Mahan, Mrs day Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis,
necker, Mr and Mr*. Carl Schu- from Edison High School. Jan. Meeting of Homestead Charles Lair, Mrs. J. S. Duncan Mr. Portia Bentley and Min Frances -
macher, Mr and Mr. Gco Kosel, Mr. Henderson Is a ton of Mr. Woman' Club. and Miss Eunice Grady won prizes Davis.
( Mr. and Mr*. William RuuellMr and Mrs. J. P. Henderson of Miami Jan. 10-Meeting of W. M. U. In contests
and Mrs. Wagner Mrs. Torbert, who came to Miami from Macon, Jan. 11-Meeting of Woodman' Mill Grady displayed Christmas Singer Mrs. A. E. Barnes, Mrs.A. .
Mrs. Carl Drawdy Mrs. Bdwtn Mc- Ga. He I II a gradute of Edison Circle. decorations made from pine cone W. January, Mr*. E. F. .Ray,
Garrah Mill Ruth Murray, Miss High School and is connected with Jan. 21-Meetlngi of HomesteadB. She presented each guest with a Mr*. E. A. Carter, Mr*. D. M. Bran-
,Mary Ann Brown, Mia Georgia his father In -the construction bust- P. W. C. In Florida City town Christmas calendar', and they presented non, Mrs. H. H. Burbank, Mrs.'H.'
Copp, Miss Margaret Delaney, hall at 8 p m. her with a gift. H. Fullerton Mrs. Mahan, Mrs.
i '.Miss LaNelle Rogers, Miss Betty ness.Miss Iva Dyal of Homestead, a Jan. 22-Meeting of Jennie Lob-I Those present were: Mrs. J. D. Lair Mrs. Vivien, Mrs. Gaby, Miss
Lou Harris Miss Suzy Leggett, cousin of the bride-elect, will be dell Circle with Mr*. Carl Anderson. Wysang, Mrs. Seymour.Dane, Mrs Eva therham, Mill January and
; 'Mis Kathleen Lloyd Miss Phyllis maid of honor at the wedding J. A. Rotherham Mr*. J. H1 the hostesses. .

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R. R. Ki iard. Dr. O o. D. Rude, HIGH LEAGUE TO ENTERTAINLNTERMEDIATE : 'LOCAL CHILDREN ATTEND '
I Don Tall tt, T. E. x. y. Mtt GROCPThe COCONUT GROVE PARTY

White and Miriam and Marshall High League of Homestead Mra Frank B Rue and Mr J. 1

l Social Events JII r rI Holmes Mrs.. Julian It Webster and Methodist Church will entertainthe I D.Redlaad Perkins' District accompanied children a group to., It Of* I
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I M... L H, Klopp sent gifts Intermediate department of I crippled children's party given by ..
The next day, Mn Davis, assisted I
the Sunday school at its monthly the Legion Auxiliary of the Lind-
by Mrs Wright, Mn party this month according to ley De Garmo Post of Coconut "
: Holmes and Mrs. W. B. Incram plans made at a cabinet meeting
ORIGINAL SONG IS SURPRISE FEATURE Grove In the Post home Wednesday -
I I gave a Christmas party for a held yesterday afternoon at the afternoon.
OF PROGRAM GIVEN BY ENSEMBLE CLASSA group of children. The guests sang home of the sponsor, Mrs. B. M.
carols and recited original poems. Hindman.It Gifts were given each of the
daughter Mn. Wright gave several read announced that the Rev. children attending the party and
group from the of Mr. and Mn Ralph ings. Gifts of song books and paint J. J.was Richards ,will talk to the various games wert played during '_'.'
Class gave a program Wednesday Moon, and whose music was writ- ] tbs afternoon. ,
books were made. fourth in
the Sunday
afternoon *t the home of Mrs. R. ten by Hilda Dodson, daughter of Children present were: Jimmy I January.league on Those attending from Home- ,,' .

H. Fitzpatrick on Redland road. I Mr. and Mn. Henry Dodson. The Ross Eugene, William, Thelma Those attending the meeting stead were: Mn M. Loll Mrs. M. .
The numbers were as follows: song follows: and Douglas Ingram, Margaret were: Sue Moye Dorothy Kyle, A. Murphy, Frank Lott Catharine:
",Mosquitoes" _'_'___ Weston' Dear Father In Heaven, as this day Gaby, Richard and Bill Scott, I Mary Jo Close Louise Pierce Cook Hilda Pope Winona |NU+tel4
Rene Hooks begins, Carlos, Gaby, Alice May Rosa, Walter Brannon and Lewis Eak- Donald Murphy, Billy Perkins
!:1,1111 Boy Blue," 'Tommy Tuck-I Please help me be kind to all my Louise Ross, Maxte Vera and Earl en. and Mn. Rue and Mrs. Perkins,

.er" ...______ Williams I friends.I Revel and Marshall: Holmes
"Jack Be Nimble," "London' don't want to be rude or make

Bridge" ..... ...._ Williams: them feel badly MISS MARY GRACE ENGLISH,
Jimmie Watson I I want to be willing to help them HOSTESS. AT DANCE

"Humming Birdi" Terry gladly. gave
Miss Mary Grace English
And to my teachers, Father, do
Ruth Rutland
I help me to be a Christmas dance at her home I ITuesd.ly
"Tiptoe March" __ Goodrich evening The rooms were'
As kind
to them as they are to me
Doris Ada Dodson decorated with red streamers and sI
I don't want to say one ugly word, I
"Spinning Song" __" Rhlenrlch I don't want my voice In anger other Christmas decorations.
Dorothy Kuhn heard. Favon of candy were given the I

"Dandelion; Soldiers".......... Weston Please help me to be calm when guests and tinted limeade and II A11!
"Farmer Went Trotting"._Hamer things go wrong sandwiches were served. I II 1440
"Little 'Bayou" ..........._._ Blake I may seem fonaken but not for The guests were: Mill Nina Dy-
Orvlng Hooks long al. Miss Barbara Done, Miss Mar-I -L

"Jingle Bells" ...... .. .. Traditional Dear Father In Heaven, don't let lyn Ernst, Miss Nina Bullard, I
Waltz ..____ .____ Gurlltt me forget Thee Miss Nan Tanner of Miami, Miss I -
Junior Pope For no matter what happens You Dorothy Edwards, Miss Betty j ftl CMt d ''yip :11' '

Prayer __..?...._.._......_..... Dodson Won't forget me. Brown, Miss Mary Dana Brown, r 11 1
Miss Miss Sadie lit 1:1: 1-9: i
Dorothy and Jane Moon Dear Heavenly Father as this day Virginia Dorsey
Hilda and Doris Ada Dodson begins Prince, Miss Wava Horton Mils I

"On Skates" ._ ..... ......... Koerner Please help me to be kind to all Charlotte Geronimo, Miss Yvonne
Ardel Parman my friends. Pollard, Clinton Bishop, John Ij
"Grasshopper _.__ Vandeere The guests Included: Mr. and Walton, Billy Clark, Emory Dear-
Helen Hooker Mrs. Lamar Kendrick Mn. W. D. ing Bill Geronimo, Fred Vlhlen, j

"Alpine Dream" ........ Cezolseck Home Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mn. 'John Frederick Theodore Franklin .
Rutland i Whitney Beam, William Me- .,' ,
Frances Henry Dodson Mn J. R. Rutland, ;
"Echo!* .__ ... ..-......... Raft Mn. Floy Watson, Mra Pope, Michael, Harvey Rue, Billy Mot- I TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND
Mable Ruth Pope Mrs. Hooker Miss Louie Long fett Howard West, Billy Walton I I I.I .

'"Silent Night" .._ ...__ Cohlmann Fitzpatrick, Miss Elizabeth Horns, and Rex Faust I CUSTOMERS WE EXTEND WISHES :
Hilda Dodion Miss Virginia Kinner, Mary Kendrick ,
A surprise number was the Dorothy and Jo Ann Kin- W. H. S..EXECUTIVEBOARD ,FOR A VERY 'HAPPY AND ,SUCCESSFUL :
singing of a song whose words nor, Buddy Fitzpatrick and John HOLDS MEETINGThe I
,were{ written by Dorothy) Moon, Kuhn. book of Psalms wille i NEW YEAR. i iI
studied by the circles of the W. I I
M. S. the executive board de- I
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JUS. DYE GIVES SAM J. DAVIS HONORED
I cided at a meeting Tuesday after- I II
PARTY FOR VISITORS ON SITU ANNIVERSARYMr.
noon In the home of the president I I
Mrs. Auburn Delllnger of Shel- and Mn. Sam J. Davis held Mn Dan Williams The '.
CHEVROLET CO.
by, N C.. and Mrs. Orvil Day of open house at their home on Farm general W. M. S. will study the BIRD

of honor at Life Road Dec. 20 In honor of book. "The Methodist Church .
Chicago, were guests the ;
United for Action (P. S. We close at noon Monday)
a bridge party given Friday night 66th birthday anniversary of Mr. The W. M. S. pledged f 12J for 1i
by Mrs. Bowling G. Dye at her Davis. the annual Methodist conference. r
home on Fourth street.A Mrs. Simone Wilson of Paris, Mrs. J. D. Redd was appointed
France, and Coral Gable playedthe flower chairman.
stocking full ofcandy for each
violin accompanied by Frank Those present were: Mrs. J. J.
guest hung on the mantle, and a Lardon on the cello and Mn. Lar- Richards, Mn, Jason Avery, Mn ----
Santa Claus surrounded by the don at the piano. Roy Nelson gave I Bessie Showalter, Mn. C. D. I
prize. was the center piece of the two violin numbers to accompaniment I Eaken, Mn. Bruce Ennls, Mrs Green Lantern: Restaurant: '
dining table. When the refreshments by Mn. J. D. Redd. Mrs. LloYd Field, Mrs. Geo. Ranson :
I were served, a small candle George Wright gave two humorous Mrs. Virgil Lyon, Mrs. Sam J.
.Hotel Redland
tree was placed on each table and readings and Clarence White Davis, Mn. B. M. Hindman, Miss Adjoining
a miniature candle was at each several Scotch songs. sang,Helen Livingston and Mrs. Wil Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor
place.) The guests Included: Mr. liams.
Mn, T. J. Faust won the high I Mn I. P. McLean Mr. and .....
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score prize; Mrs. Day the second I J. B. Cash Mr. and Mn J. E. J"l'
prize) ; and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Davis. Mr. and Mn J. D. Redd, Mr.
the low prize. Prize were given and Mn. Chas. H. Steffanl Dr. ,j,
to the honor guests also. and Mrs. R. J. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs
Mn. Dye was assisted by her A. R. Livingston, Mr. and Mn. J. t.
sister, Mra. Claude Campbell R. Hickson Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Those/! 'present were: Mn. Basil Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Mr.
I Good," Mjn.. Bevo Webb Mrs. and Mn. Lardon, Mrs. C. G. Cal-
Frank Webb, Mra. M. Pollard derwood, Mrs. Portia Bentley, .
Mn. I;. L. Baker Mrs. Leon Hutch- Mrs. Maud Chandler, Mn. Geo > \
(neo,. Mn Robert Hester Mn. L. W. Turner, Jr.. Mn. J. L. Hick- ,J '
L. Hood, Mra. C. H. Denby, Mn. son, Mn. Wilson, Miss Frances r' "
B. M> Hlndnun, Mrs. R. J. Elli Davis Miss .Esther: Livingston, New 'i ;.1 1Ii
ott, Mrs. Russell Horne, Mrs. Jacobs Chas. Pratt C ,L. Ooley, Harley HappS Xear .
?!'Mrs. Faust, Mn. Day, Mn.Delllnger :R. Core W. 1. Flak, Jack Peters,, I. :
Mn. Campbell and Mn. ..

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Mr.and; Mn. A. D. Fogle enter- j
tained with a barbeque dinner at /
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pirdon on the Tamlami Trail Mon
day. The guests from here were: I II I '
Mr. and Mn. Geo. DrlggersMr.nd I Ii
Mrs. Wilbur Albury Mr. and i '
Mn. Geo. Fogle, Mr*. Charles I i ;
tlchenberger.: Miss Marjorie -fogle iI :
Albert Simmons, W. H. Russe14 I 1
1940 MAYYOU.ALL A MEASURE
X. J. Smith and Charles Elch- DURING ENJOY '

fnberger.r I FULL TO OVERFLOWING OF GOOD LUCK, .HAPPINESS ; ;i ,

Dr. Leonard. liaskin' i .. a. 'its err a* Pas AND PROSPERITY 1 '

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Dr. R.J.ElliottCHIROPRACTOR
I BeAUTY V

PARLOR

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i JVPATO PROViDE Intereettnt : TESTS PLANNEDTO
flf htlnjf. ..t: \ completes backRroub$8 lalcnaa _
well. of rewords CCTirdtnr'to-County Agent Pau ,
a positive system
'FREE Li NCI e FOR Llndgren testthil Honorable wenrto road;)iye, who lit Carl t displayed to Cmdgren, .rrl con five of PROVE CITRUS from' d.which findings! can bee.labllsh ,Haymsn. ,1.T}aw.


small Christmas trees on an The test group of 100 inmates ART SHOW AT FAIR .' .
; NEEDY STUDENTS i I balcony and a big tree upstairs be- AID TO HEALTHLakeland will be fed the same diet as other I A. modern art exhibit, featuring
i low, and to E. E. Atkinson of Royal prisoners, but in addition will receive paintings from 79 different countries
Palm Lodge whose entry was liberal quantities of Florida I will be shown at the 1943
It .to anticipated that at an early I I huge mound of monsters dcllclosa Dec 28.-(Special)- grapefruit and grapefruit Juice Silver Jubilee of the Florida State
ditto it will be possible for all that had colored lights all through Inmates of Lorton Reformatory I They will be given a half grapefruit -I Fair in Tampa, under the sponsor
underprivileged school children in I I Its foliage Above were a large near Washington, D. C., will be I three times a day and in addition ship of the Tampa Civic Art Commission -
the state to receive free school red and blue star and the Inscription used by the Florida citrus commission a big glass of grapefriut' fair officials announced.
lunches, according to an announcement "Peace on earth, good will to during the coming months to juice in mldcifternoon and also at
made by State WPA men," both electrically lighted. delve deeply Into the beneficial' I night The health of this experimental T4E .7.L VQ 42eta-
Administrator ROT Schroder I W. M. Brodie featured fruits end effects of liberal quantities of group will be comparedwith
"There la now In preparation a I I flowers of the district In a Christmas citrus fruit, principally to determine I a control group of 100 other
state-wide WPA project under the setting, C. J. Parman and scientifically the effect upon inmates who do not receive citrus.
professional and service division Marion Douberly: displayed Christmas common illnesses, particularly I In outlining the proposal to the a
that will make frw lunch service
: uwlwtsxrtlwtg4ti
colds where amounts of
trees generous commission, L. W. Marvin advertising I toe
for undernoui'Kr ed and underprivileged e ;

I citrus fruits are consumed. : emphasized that ,it
children possible," Among trees not in the contest manager I rjt0
stated Schroder but noted by this committee were Final detail of the experimenthave was in effect a "fishing! expedition ,-
"When ready for operation this those at the home ef A. F. Arthur been worked out and ap- I ," which would also delve Into //vrM
project will supersede the present and I. F Tsfoott. proved by the commission The I dental and oral diseases as well t
county WPA lunch service pro- experiment Is part of the commis I Pas physical ailments, and would 2 Pus
sion's comprehensive scientific research also attempt to establish a simplified I VIt'I
jectmow In operation as rapidlyas f
program for the coming diagnosis for determining
possible. This undertaking
FIELDContinued BOXES year. Vitamin C deficiency. t
represent a co-operative arrangement N
between WPA, the State Only In an Institution such as JACKS LLE'SLEADING
Welfare Board and the Federal Lorton Reformatory can absolute NEW THEATERS FOR STATE HOTEL
Surplus Commodity Corporation" I'I ( from Page One) control be obtained over diet, environment The motion picture Industry Is
) "The proposal which is expected was pointed out. One would be to and other factors necessary keenly Interested In Florida, whichit at nave ttrr Ewe"r 40.w ,
'back from Washington In the construct a box which did not for positive scientific determination considers the finest potential
next few days provides for serving comply with the legal measurements of results. Case records market In the country. A surveyIs
lunches to 75,000 children over a ). Another would be to use are available of all Inmates, and now under way determine
12 month period at a total COlt of a cleat more than one and one- notations are made when any Inmate profitable locations,far new thee- ti.atrsa..ar.at..rsr acoc&ult'to
13,343,973 of which WPA will quarter inch In height Th third become ilL This gives the ten. Cities under,eonaidwation
f furnish 11,834352 most of which would be to fall to mark the box Include Sarasota, Orlando, Btt
'oversize"' in proper letters if It :..Heeoh Fort
will be expended In operating Augustine Dayton. ,*
exceed 4900 cubic Inches provisions of the law carries a possible ,
capacity.It I
r personnel"YULECONTEST """j
fine of $1,000 or Imprisonment -
: would be Illegal, the commission .. i '
not to exceed one year, or 75 0(1 CATTLE IN tX>LK Orrsrstoror.
said, for manufac-
attorney a both, In addition to the possible Polk county's cattle -Industry
i turer to construct a field box .a w fear tts.rsa.
revocation of the citrus dealer li- now represents an investment of .+at..car viral
which did not meet the specifications .swus rill ]
cense. $4,000,000 with 75,000 head of cats
il ---- established by law, even
(Continued from Page One) though it was the manufacturer's I .r--- ::,:
{ business district was composed of Intention to mate: ,the'box' slightly -
Harry Schauberger, chairman, larger to allow for contraction. t j .1- H'ulrlstat
Mrs P. J Franklin, Mrs. Burley The provision permitting a tolerance ,
of 100 cubic inches Is-solelyto p" 'iiI"I
Drndy, B. W. Morris and L. W.
Ernst The committee for Home- allow' for expansion: of boxes, It I
pointed out, ,but there is no I ", I,
plead and other towns consisted was ,., '
o{ ,.,r.. Ben Archer, chairman, ,provision to aglow: for' e9ntra\t\ on.I I tMPLY IOLfDr .. (
i kirs. W. R. Bird Mrs. Ovid Sul- I There Is ample legal niUhcrHy: ,
Ivan, J. D. Redd, Dr Carl F. I Ito prosecute violators of the Ji.eklI auk ,
loblnion and, Paul Loaner The box law IfrVaj pointed out, but
committee for the rural homes con'I difficulty hoAdbeen experienced In us J9v
iited of Mt Blackford, chalr- getting persons ,tofurnish competent -
jnan, Mrs. W. P. Cash, Miss Ellen -I Information on, which pro**
i Huff, Geo. W. Turner and cutlons could be based. Under.Vie
James Wcllam. I recently expressed, policy of. ,the
Honorable mention In the contest citrus commission, It 'is willing' to
for town residents was givento !serve as a central point to receive
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Barnes confidentially any complaints of
.C 111 N. W. Flnt street for striking violation and to turn them over I
\i and original nativity scenes to Comm'.iloner Mayo for actual .I J ).4:I i

r, and to Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie L. prosecution. I II I ,
Hood for a Santa Claus scene Conviction under the criminal' '. ,-
I The tree at the Hausman home I
J I MAY WEt, LOOK AHEAP WITH
was mentioned for Its beauty, and
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the tree and snow men of the I Qui il! Easy! Spick- YOU TO A VERY PROSPEROUS
: Julian residence in Goulds were,
i. : approved for Ingenuity and effect.ti And-Span Shaves AND VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Others who had attractive Christmas -]
ti tree decorations were Mr. '
I With This New
J \ Blackford, Mr. Schauberger, A. R.
\\ :-. Livingston Wm. McMichael and I CITY OF HOMESTEAD
5, Jacobs of Homestead and
\ t r"n of Goulds.Among I !' Gillefte'Blade

those not in the contest T. J. HARRIS, Mayor
ii who brightened their hom<">.
with rfr"it,,\c decorations \\'<"i'"
Mayor >nll l ." li, PiiulKiplv, ,I
,. D, Ro'.Ir1 I I iHl U .r'Ib''n ,\' .
: Roy Mjt.! I 1 ,,1 I r; ,
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i $1000.00 When; You Die --". coy.,JWM,
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Pan National Life

Ins. Ass'n. 1 I
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R. J. IIiNKERTr :

Local Agent YOU get one comfortable,
C shave after
another with the Thin Gillette OUR THOUGHTS TURN TO OUR FRIENDS-
r Blade.And at only lOc tor bur,
lIomestead's Oldest you save real money Mad ONE AND ALL-AT THE START OF THE NEW
with edge of anew kind .
I Barber Shop I'I' different and better Thin YEAR-AND IT BRINGS US HAPPINESS TO

De Le BOWEN the Gillette smart protect and Irritation your akin caused from WISH THEM A MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR. ,: .

I' by misfit bUd**. Buy a package

from your dealer today KILGORE SEED C.O.1"" i

HAIRCUT 49s rl 'r..,. : .: i

MASSAGE SHAMPOO 49e 49e ( ',' 01 tL'O HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, .r-r;, "' ..alt : J r

COOL AND SANITARTLipert lkf;: tie J'". ( l de '. l':

aria eesrteem aem.A fw 2Sf ,
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kt :.t Nd .. Hardw aouaty, Dee truck 2I.-I'NS-growers haw. CLASSIFIED
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from the ;yule lot the)* prfrducta
through the local State Farmera ftATX: First insertion 10< a line; subsequent (naertlo&iB .

Market since the tint of Decent a lice

BAPTIST' CHURCH Jt? IDAJTITT COhJMUNITT CBI'IICB bar according to the current Issue -
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T O. Nohoa. paatnr. Chiirel. I Herald. '
of the Hardee County
OUMTSaD--Dr. J. E. JbkutoM, fa.Icr. ''lioal at 10 a. a .; Preaching at TM p. a>. FOR RENT WANTEDTUTORING
Sunday achool it 9|4. .. aI.. PreachIng day IIldk.1 ? :pray.'0. and bible Ptady Wii<* LEGAL NOTICES 1

it 11 a. .. and 7 .10 p. m : B. Y. P. U. FOR RENT- apartments win

U 1:10 p. m Prayer services Wdawlayit REJIAMI. O.COMWUNITT N..... .....CBl'BCRTRESBTTERIAV ... Ohurch- and without private baths. from: WANTED- high
Itoop. .. oohnol .t 10. prarking at 11 : I.h PROCLAMATION AND NOTICE OFELECTION $13 to "0. Apply HomesteadVariety ichoot and grade school nibjecta.Mrt .
.
COULD*-The R.V Noah PIIe__. pa. Nblyse Ludy at Thursday:'0. Midsock at ":10. prance and NOTICE I' IMPI GIVEN that a Store. pJ28) H J. Armitrong. A. Boo
..... Stmda school at 10 a. m; praachlnsII lateral Election .11I lit .held and conducted Plummer drive and Country

.'. .. .... and 7i,o p. n, B. .r. P U. at CHURCH jt tba .City an Hall TnaM la r.Uw Jiauary City of 9 HiwaitMdPlorida. IM.. hiMeordaiwa FOR SALEFOR Club road.I .
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l" f. Prayer tank at 7 iM p. n.WaiMadar. vM rte Ckanar af the aid
HOMERTEAD-Kroa avenue >t M III, City of HomaMatd. PloXda. fur Uw ....-
'rool. The ""*. a** H. **.... I""". thus of tko following. aam.d officers aaauaellmoa SALE-100 IP capacity Cool. HAVE: client who will buy If
CATHOLIC Bible school at K a. a.., pnachlnt at 11 t erator Ice box almost new; one
*. ... your place suits and U priced
: yournaonla I meeting at 7 U a. m. One ,.an>r.

ft.CHURCH E. Brand 0V avanu THE, Hoino SACRED.ad.t HEART the Ray ""' "......."....,,. "..""'..""'..." ..........".......,, and Five that OoaMllnwm the polio ihlll ka opened at to'clock brown heater enamel almost Florence new; one'-burn.er van- listing right Pleat to bring Eleanor or phone your
j Gaary. pa.U>r. Bandar stag at A. M. and shell be eked at sea Froacher
f a. ai, wwk day max at tiM .dallraaaar REDLAND F. F. A. down so aid day.Th. ity cabinet, new; one white cook Oversell Highway So. of Home-
aBhool Basis fallowing I a clockaawd arced It'h.... beat.
following
eo.._... tor ...... the first LEWIS VRANA. Reporter duly appnlntd .. Clerk ud Iaap.cron table; one Florence 3-burnei atead. Ph. 526$, n-3-24 .
Sunday 01 sn.nth, for seen and koro. tile ta roadurt Mid II..U.... porcelain top stove and oven.
Sunday at month. Holy hour Than.dar .......-.....N.NNNNNIm.MLNMNmINNNNN.eWeek Howard Lo..... L. W. Posey, PoMyi Garage, IS
before trot Friday of uoiUl at I iMan Mrt A. B. Lln..._. LEGAL NOTICES '
Maaa first Friar at l-. a>. ( of Dec. 18) E. P Brookor M Impaeton, N. W. Second St., Homeitead .'<
_.......... slaved S.ea..awMaum Tuesday H. A. Aman Phillip w.NOTICE B Cava IB, u FURTHER('I..-... GIVEN that (d21-J5)

Reams, Wlllla Vlck Rex Romine all pasta who pears the qualirioalloMNqulilta NOTICE OP APPIICATION FOB
CBUSTIAN SCIENCE CTICRCU Charles to mtlM la a General Ewcllna.wka FOR SALE-On Redland Road TAX DUD
Behreni and Donald and ....11 haw ...1_ la the CI1JHnmMlMd ihort distance south of Redland Chapter 17417-Aru el ION
FLORIDA .CITT-BrauhraiP and tl lktlnac Hawkei met at our chapter room of Plorida during the .1. Pll. A a000 ._
founder ..IIooI.t .... a. .. lot and worked plans for lengths last aractdllic Uw lunettes: sod shall Woman'i Club cottage. Partly NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN thai M.
on
building registration books 0 Loni holder i>' Slat and Crusty TaxCOTtlflcal
tile
In
registered
., haw
of furnished. For ale at
ad SO givt-awa
papal .' peen. aval becoming B truck body to be used on various ol Mid, City of HoaiartMd at ..... ... ; Ma. mo Ounces tile ttk tn
1& .fah.
aria. at Wton.adap
_sawing. 1101 days prior to Mid Etotloa: ). wall at price. See Wm. J. Ceronlmo Legion of July A. D. ,..,. kM filed Maw I* .r
m e/e..wbd.r 4.r.d. 01 Cal..aead.aao trips we hope to take during the .
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qualified ta wa I. Mid I office Homeitcad.d offlca. and has made application far *
in-41-411 and samaraw Chris. coming year. In the afternoon Tka City Clark. of the City af HnmaiteadFlorida Tag UI dead to ha Issued then,.. Sold Cm-
the a 'S .. n. T" v.41. 10 I we ...... _
::: la brake dlraela4 ta publish this ( ) bro aa Ida following aWerlknl
444, to ath..aJaenseru went to Mowry Street Canal for I Notice at Election la a aawipaptr or near I property la tha.Caaaty at Dada State 1 fFlorMa.
Pe&. a m topic: boat-riding B weiner roast,and wan published la Out city af Hoar 11'wit '
"( jrW; Jtaa..w' ....d. having a several olrrul.ttoa la Mid MISCELLANEOUSSEE Lot I* Black 1 Olaleb H.lwhta.
-a .. ... with those things to finish the day City once a wall for four aoDMtutlvawMka. Aawndnl .*., Flat Book II, Para
flat publication to ho made 14. Section U. Township loath
I' all went home happy tho
t1ItCH OF CHRIST not IfM thin thirty dam prior M thfdate AND BUY at flnanklm Varle. Range 41 lost y la the : nl a;
J.;- Thursday night we had our af said Etetlon ty Grove West Florida City. Dada, BUM of itrids.TM *
-- .vase east N. W. Christmas party at the DATED this 4th day of DoNe>IIt.. A.D., ._m..' of MM Broportr ar>oV(
... .. chapter ..... (a7U the MM wrtirirata VM la the Maw all
1H B/M.awdraiJO. .. room with Donald Hawkei, Don At.tIt. II.... LmwfoH.lMa .
Lair Dean Sickle H. A. IL EDWARDS T. I. HARRIS RENT YOUR HOUSE-fumlsheo U. Mid wrtlflrata chair ka we.I.ad .
.E:: Aman roger aecordlnit to law. the ttroparty do.wrlfcod .
unfurnlahed. I have
Q g.oF GOD Phillip Reams and Harold Hampton (City of Hen.at.id 5.51) or year tkanla will ka Mid M the khihnt
IIJoo. h II. !!. !t. I....) 'round client Benjamin! W. bidder at the Court bows door oa Uw
4MUmifff -M'' ti!W. Nost present. Games puzzles and Morris real estate. Tint Monday la Uw month at Pakraao.B4 .
I I registered
weasel ,
H... lIsa AL JopIi. -pater Ousdey refreshments were enjoyed by all. which k tile Ilk day ol rabtuao,
I
broker N. Krome ave. next to 1940.
,
.. Our
rkonl at lial ft--.11 a. meeting Friday night was
and 7M1... ...Junior y.,....,.__'. attended by Earle Wysong Reid DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I Baptist Church. (juietf) Dated K.this B LKATHKHMAN Silk day af Dooamkat. loss.
s.+.iftrsr sear Clark. at CIMvIt Court. Dada 00.."
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Me. 0 N me. Wednesday.CUVRCH Vyaong, Don Lair, H. A. Aman, I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR Florida.Chock. .
Harold..Hampton, Bill Hampton, TAX DEED Court East
:: OVTHtE HAZAUENE'i .11. table Hy N. 0. STERRET: D. Ck
Willis Vick, Rex Romine and ReedLee. Notice li horahr mint that Thins (Dew II. II, It. IMI i Jam .. l.11I1
$oumnaAO+aba &-." Samoa ... Matters of routine business Chandler, bolder aa aailaaai of City ..1allow
Office Boats: f a. BB. U I p. B*. Tu certificate Nimborod III44,, :
.....vwbm--aiad.4.d... ,Bad committee-reports taken
were dated the 4th day rf July A. D. I"'. hafiled
......... ... ... .._ ...Ii up and a Christmas was I asattays P Ie U MM Cortlftoala-. ml ." .... one
X.V .. a..dJ_ _assuming a t. i program Closed Saturdays haa _.. ipplkalloa foe Ui dad to Utx D.I
prellDted.after the meeting. titan,, I with law G. 0. Brewster M.
... '1'_ ....... -. I Cart/Rata* embrome aoaonlaaea the following MMlorlda drerrhad ,

,:11'90" Free Parking Space Nt"td I. Dade County.
I .English Claaa I towltiLat Eye. Ear. NOM Bad Throat I
-. i. Block 1L Kaw .
--- -- o i"Wha)4...fethe feminine for 17<4 N. W. MTU IT. MIAMI Flat Ball I. Pan l> City on Treatment
as nl4l .. a..ad'rw _-_ .jw i Count?" PROMS i-im Miami. CniBtr; af Dada 1Ito1 Uta W

-. GlaaatB Fitted I
sage at 4:991 taaag 0.n..h. Florida.
....... din -..............., ,Well its usually '-heiress.! The aatmawnt at old vraparty vender
lois p. a.- Ex. the mid Cortirioala k,wd ..eaa the Office Rae a ta II and bApposed >
ad Vtkaova.Cabai .
EPISCOPAL MM Oartlfloata sham W laa .a aduaordlna tOffam
la 10... tae dead mj km* thara.M t
.ST..._...._ wrww.wad Be *m that year eye are ai oa tilt 17th day of "......,. A. D. "'0. al aorta. E..ae A"* wall .
Paaab_ Ilanaa..d Ifho _. S. F. OR.M.A.BERGER food aa year brat**-hare them noted this Ittk day al December, A. Raced Mn.t

Tsep-a.-at.laaj ......... / aWe.l g. 'r .t..aer.I-.w tested at least once each year 1189. Clock 111. ...01 LEATRERMAN Circuit Court, Dodo .D'j ......... Florida I.
piaaal M Ik.a lentist .
Florida.Circuit
ARCHER
DR. F. P. Cart text.or R a(.Nw01l1
FREE METHODIST N. C. InaltrrT. D. C.
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IDoo. I' 2. 192o9 i J. o U.
r.L>UII.1D4.\I'n'-'I'ho. W.... c. Office Hours 8:30-4:30
Sanal. aaaagr/ Saadapebaal.. Ipratoaiai. 1. a.;
a ana 1:10 p. atanaar ,*- Taaday Consulting Optometrists
satins al I its p. m. First National Bank .
1624 W. Flatter SL, Miami Fla

METHODISTBOkIB8TIADTha Em Bs..loo4--Lo< Ground : The New

: R... J. 1 Richard. Building 0_ ..... red
_toY. Sunday school at till a. .I Directors of The American Institute
praicnlnt ol 11 a. .... and I:10 p. n. school for Opticians
Jolla League at ,:'0 p. .... HI Leaves Open Evenings by Appointment
ot I It p. a.: Senior Laaaua at t M p. m.
Prayer maatlna M lilll p. ... Wadnatdar.

SILVER PALM-Th. R... J. E. WallarWlar I 1940 PONTIAC
Sunday school every Sunday at '
It a. .... caching* oorvleoa aa lint, third I BIRD'SIndorsed !
std fifth Bundan al II a. a.. and T :ID p. m.PRINCrrOM I I

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EXPERT USED CARS


uur used can always represent'> loud value I but"the" I (De Luxe Equipped)

BARBERINGHAIRCUT once lilted below are unit Iually choice and we recommend !

any one of them for your consideration. '

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...... 40c I "

1936 OLDS 4-DOOR SEDAN; original paint ;
SHAMPOO ...... 40c

I good tires ; excellent condition. I

MASSAGE ...... 40c' I $880Coupe

1937 PONTIAC FOUR DOOR TOURING SE !

BUSH'SBARBER DAN-good condition; priced for quick I Iaale.

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TWO 1938 BUICK 4-DOOR TOURING SE- 1 to e e e e $880

SHOPN. DANS-good buys; in excellent condition. i

I' 2-Door Touring Sedan 925

1936 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR TOURING SE-

KROME AVE. DAN-original paint; good condition; 4-Door Touring Sedan 975

good tires.PRESTON ,
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Pare Twelve THE LEADER.ENTERPISE Friday. Deeember 29, F

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.' Answers To The Moth QuestionBy '1 .. .\,\If. ...\If. .-.w.,. .\.. . ,. .,.\, . \1


Katharine W I'M so TIRED, ANNE USTEN- Pf YOU CAM SIMPLY ,
Fisher, r r I DON'T you TRYSHOPPING PHONI youR ORDER ta
SEE HOW
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I CAM CO BACK FRANKLIN'SAND

: AND DANCE AMY- WHERE I DO.an ./
Here are our answers to the questions thousands of women have THEY WILL DELIVER
i ''asked 11.I about moths, and bow to defeat them They are aniwwr. which WEEKEND ,,,j
f i 'have been thoroughly chocked for accuracy. MARKETING PROMPTLY, EXACTLY WHAT E
f Q. Do flying moth eat boles la wools /
> A. No. It U the larvae Of little whit worm that hatch out of the SIMPLY WEAR ,LMt YOU ASK FOR
; eggs laid I by the flying; moth that do the damage. The eggs hatch la a ,
few day a.. comfortably warm places, 10 woola left undisturbed when out!
e > moths* got at thorn nay soon bo damiged.
v 'Q. How can winter clothing be protected from moth damage during '
the summer? oil
i f A. It can be mothproofed or fumigated or prayed with an Insect a MY! '
1 5 and stored where modi* cannot possibly I roach it, Or It may 'he a
< stored to a cedar etoet Geed laundering; and dry cUantoi leave wool Ttt1 T'S GOOD Mrs
; ; tree from notha. U they see scored at once where _die cannot reach NLW3. t'
5 >rheas, they will he protected Simi damage. I .
I I'Q. How la clothing Metlvrdofed I ** -
; A. By spraying with .mothprotfliif selector "Mcb makes It,, I
New Year To All
itttaeMM and Inedible M atttfaa. first brush the eiotking well then. :., A Happy and Prosperous *
,1 .ate.*It very thoroughlyWwM overlook a spot and deat forget Mama
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t fat frill*.the Under surface of eoOAn.ivuUr buttons. je -
and Ia packet,Every thread mat t*corned. Blan I MONITOR
"New Year's Good Luck Dinners"
: ket, -' woeh can .
.to ismeafted cour.M thatnrpos el a Mothproof. TOMATO, IETCIVr:=
Ing eompoMd available for s.Mothproofed Iog" Jowl and:. Smoked Jowl, lb., 15c
clothing need not be stored out of.the reach of ..
mothU u oz.
I' 'I" may Q.bang How U are a closet wools or fornicated tlo to a drawer? of on a shall I, .Black Eye Peas . . Z' Ibse 15c BOTTLB ,IOC::

A. By the u* of a fumlgant. Fumigants are : MAXWELL HOUSES ..
usually either paradlchlorobenaone or naphthal nand > .
are sold a* such or under brand namca.The give Lb. EIlLER'S 4111100
AiT fumes that kill moths at all stages provided the
j fume are strong-enough i and-the moths are exposedto COFFEE 25c PUKE PRESERVES'?
aatNMIMN MN- the fume long enou This can only be done welletrMMW
U plenty .f fumigant f.h.used and if the fumes are i.
.. 1 LB. TALL
t 4i Z2t>m' Inclo sed I" a that la
i .pace comfortably warm and : FACTORY PACKED GLASS .21clm
j practically: air-tight, I.
Q. fan wools be protected well by: fumigating them In dresser 5 LiPe' ..
drawer : SUGAR Z6c
,, A. Nofunlon they are sprinkled liberally: with the fumigant and : bag PURE
at once wrapped closely and aealed In strong paper to keep the fume I
i from weeping. Wrapped In this way they: may also be laid on ihelr**. rQUART
j Q. Can wools be fumigated I In closet t MUSTARD
,, '" A. Ye*, if the closet adjoin a room that I* comfortably warm. = Potatoeslb .. "
Clean the closet, then sprinkle the fumigant on shelves and floor, using : Z5c
a pound of fumigant for a small closet r V z T (28 cubic ft) or SI* JARHEIXZ I.sC::
lb*. for a closet 8' I t* s 7' (6a cubic ft.) and so on. Now hang up the
clothing to be fumigated and teal the closet door with gummed paperor .: ANY BRAND it
the tape used Jnmlgator Leave the clothe there until they are

(. thai needed Q.I* again.In nnscloth" be fumigated by hanging a fumigant In a closet, :: MILK : S :Ic ASSORTED ON S

A. No u the fume eeeane when the door I*opened and*o become SOUPS
< too weak to kill the moth. .
Q. Win moths stuck dotting and other wool that hare been B. DILLON'S 3 LARGE Z7c-'
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thoroughly fumigated? CANII
'Yea, famlgatieVdee, not mothproof wool. In fumigating I .
wools any ?: PEANUT BUTTER 2 Lb. 25c
t } them until therefore they,are they going must to be be left used stored again.where moth cannot get at ; jar ..'

J j 4.. How CIII insect spray*protect wool from moth damage? COUNTY JUST .O, .
A. These sprays kill the moths or their eggs or larvae when they KELLOGG'S (Serve them pi pint hot) ''
'L some In contact with them. The CORN PEAS
spraying like the fumigation, or -
done very thoroughly.: They do not mothproof the wool; therefore tt .
praying' must be repeated regularly if moth are about, or the wool. I g CORN FLAKES 2 Pkgs. 15c :
them after being sprayed, must be stored at ewce where moth cant get at 2 Cans 19c :

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I : ASSORTED
,: !! ThanksgivingCalled that ha didn't attend the Massachusetts r..w
on for an Impromptu Institute of Technology." 5 JELLO PUDDINGS 3 Pkgs. 14 IDEAL 'gol

; ipcech at a dinner one night, a Exchinge. DOG FOOD ..
Yale graduate bethought himself r .
4 Jack: "Only that.UtUa.acrap.zf ALL GOOD NO. CANS ..
( i of his alma meter em) her 2H
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: r by.showing what,she legs stood jam for melt .r '- 3 'Cans 25c %
,J for. After about an hour of this Mother: oiThs t'* not for you,
1 i as'ilt ended wlth"E." a drowsing that' for-.pllter" ijApricotsg cans. Z'C ..
listener taurmurred to hiss neighbor Jack: "What! All that for her"
h: r "We can at least be> thankful -Ex. FANCY I Lb. :"

:; JEWEL LARD 41b.pkg.44cj

Hj .. ,. RICE 23C;

BULKS U.

BABY LIMA BEANS 3 Ibs. 19c SYLVAN FARMS: JJ \

: Roll Butter.i I
B" NEW CLEANING LIQUID


\I d; : r FLEECY WHITE Qt. Bot. 13c lb. 33c j j&i


PRODUCEIceberg MEATS. 'HiI '
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1940 ;' Lettuce 2 lb. 15c .
:. SPARE RIBS 2lbs. 25tt.'\
GREEN TOP '
t. 0 PYNtW' YFM GOLD COIN J
.Carrots bunches 15c
SLICED BACON .lb.23cl::

.. LONG CRISP
CUDAirrS TENDERIZED Whole or String Half 94

.: Celery Bunch IQc
H/1 MS lb.23e.

i ;MAY THE JOYS OF SUCCESS GEORGIA ..:
J- Sweet Yams 5 lb. 15c MILK FED BONED and ROLLED

r .. 'AND CONTENTMENT BE YOURS el. GOLDEN: RIPE VEAL ROAST ]lb.29c 4

'THIS GLAD -NEW .YEAR AND .I BANANAS 3 Ibs. 13c Fresh Pork Shoulder, ......._........ .. lb. 15c"
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Whole er Shank Half
..THROUGHOUT 1940.EDWARD YORK IMPERIAL pill
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llw. "t 5=; APPLES 5 Ibs. 19c Home-Made Sausage ..,,_........ ..... lb. 25c-.

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