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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: January 5, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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;VOLUME XXVIII-NO. 1 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1940 PRICE "FIVE CENTS_ m

GAMBLING AND HOMESTEAD'S PRESENT ti tiI '

RAINS CAUSE CITY ADMINISTRATION 1,000 ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ,


Anyone who has followed the proceedings of' j '

50PCIIOSSTOGROIERS Homestead's city court, knows that gambling pro- AT POLLS TUESDAY FOR
moters who have attempted to operate in Home- i .t.tI

stead, have had very unsympathetic treatment from

officio the police citY'and judge.from'Mayor Tom Harris, who is ex- I j BIENNIAL CITY ELECTION :j


I For example, in a recent case a man arrestedfor II I I, 1

Tomatoes, Potatoes Suffer selling bohta tickets in colored town was sent- Work On, I i Balloting Will Start At

Heavily in 10-inch enced to pay a fine of $150 or spend 90,days in jail. To, 1 8 A. M. In Fire ;1

DownpourPRICES In the files of the LeaderEnterprie, there is a rec' WPA Station
ord of many other stiff sentences handed out by the "
MAY SOAR 5:40 P. 31. SCHEDULE ,
mayor in his avowed war on gambling.The .
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FOR UNHURT CROP Harris and the FOR CLOSING TIME
which
extent to Mayor new hospital .a
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Entire Output for Area police department under Police Committeeman J. IS, Key Ten Candidates' Name \!I

To Be Far Below G. Wynn have pushed the war on gambling, however director, To Be Listed On
AverageTorrential ;is revealed, in a statement published elsewherein Iratlon of Ticket t f;

these columns progressive Library j '. 1

rain that swept the accomplishments of the administration, the amountof Work bas The stage is set for Homestead's j

south Dade arming areas Thursday fines collected by the mayorVcourt. Of a total cause there I biennial election tuesday In which f
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of in gambling fines collected in borers approximately one thousand voters 1
night of last week caused SO $897.25 $840 was
per cent Ion to potato and tomato the last year and five months, and $360 of it has "I trust I are eligible to go to the polls I tt

crops, according to a concensusof been assessed and collected within the last five the dedication and choose a mayor and five city
year from .. councilmen
growers' estimate Approximately months.To.
Mid. Balloting will take place In the
10 Inches of rain fell In the stop every poker, blackjack or crap game in fire station on the first floor of J
affected area, although In the pool hall back rooms or warehouse attics would be the City hall. The polls will open Z
Homestead sections the rainfall at 8 o'clock In the morning and
was measured at 1.40 inches. an impossible job-and no unprejudiced person VICTIM close at sundown, which, according j
would expect it. To stop.or at least to reduce or- to the almanac, will be at
.Chas. H. Stcflanl.! county agricultural
CRASH 540 on Jan 9. On duty at the .
ganized, commercialized gambling-especially those
...
estimated that at
polls will be W B. Caves, clerk t
least 29 per cent of the entire potato forms like bolita which prey on the low-wage earner 'and Mrs A. R. Livingston How
crop and 30 per cent of the and give him little or no chance to win-is pos FOR ard Lamb and E. F. Brooker. Inspectors '

entire tomato trop was damaged sible, however, and :Mayor Harris has demonstratedas ,1
On the ballots will the
ly the downpour He pointed out much. appear
The death '
names of two candidates for mayor,
that potato grower jvhoie: lands : lSwtMworHarns Rinearson, 4J ( Mayor Tom Harris and, Claude
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twe swamped Will bear the"greaiest andpmemsbers of the present city council have Florida City, Campbell, and eight candidatesfor
loss because they will be unable the city council, Frank B. Rue,
to make this ground Suit been enumerated previously by this newspaper. A most Instantly I EI C. Chronlster, Thomas EL
able for other crops in time to perusal of facts and figures in the statement which on the "' i Kirby, J. G. Wynn and W R. Bird, 1 I
meet the demands of the,market. appears on Page 3 of this Issue gives concrete evi- Princeton Incumbents, and J. L Burton J.
Tomato growers, on the other to his own W. English and J. R DorseRegfcteauon ,>'
dence of the
accomplishments of this public spirited to verdict ,
hand, will be able to plant beans a for the and other vegetables In the placeof group of business men and the steps they have takento er's jury In ,ended Saturday. R. E. Edward,
tomatoes and thus be able to build for the future growth of Homestead. trate Sid L. I''city clerk, said 250 hew name ,
avert a complete financial loas. nlhlThe were added to the book City
1}
Approximately 7,000 acres had Read the administration's statement on Page 3, Jury ,councilman perused the l t" >ok.it Ia
been planted in potatoes and 12- 'I and then make your selection of the men who are to Smith, driver meeting Tuesday no,1+ ;l t and :
000 acres in tomatoes in the Dade guide the city through another two years of preparation blame of the struck off 80 names of nfuniwfco '
area Rinesnon nave died, gone awny+ or ,1mMberwl.
Many growers agree that crops for an era of growth that will astonish even 'I the highway .. ineligible' tote 'n'qoam. ;
unhurt by the rain will bring the most optimistic real estate booster. 'I Or. Smith Mid I .. arc posted 01\'the bulletin
higher prices and a more stabilized I too late to t"i board at the city hall,

market. Lawrence Bow !and avert the I,
Lily Library Dedicated I,rain was falling 11,

HOUSE WARMING To Posterity With, Impressive Rites,:;I'!for saw aid another he Rinearson had jurt\ VOTEr LEAGUE

;; I road with raised RALLY FEATURES '
OF NEW LIBRARY In an atmosphere charged with THE WEATHER I Dr. Smith I
I civic
pride, beautiful Lily Law.
car as quickly
SET FOR JAN. 18 rence Bow Library, Homestead's Oftkloi .sates.,hot report r..a..L.at the ..p1"14..htnrkslasr.rnme accident and '' MR. CAMPBELLA
latest contribution to posterity, of the victim.
i was dedicated with Impressive DM IMu. Ml* I B... a.la that the man
to Princeton city government .of! the
Member of the library board 'ceremonies In which city, county, Dec. 29 | 83 I 59 |29.B6| 1.40 he said. people for the people and by the
will be hosts at a public house state and national figures participated Dec. 30 | 43 |155 |130.021| 040 Several wltne. was promised by Claude
warming for the new Lily Law. last Saturday morning.The Dec. 31 tt 39 | 1 testified that candidate for mayor, hi
rence Bow Library on Jan. 18. campaign address before a po
portico of the Jan. 1 78 I 4] |30 04 Rinearson a
Mrs. Bow, librarian, will be guestof buildingserved Jan. 1 80 | 4 |30.03| accident and that meeting at the Neva King
honor. as the speakers' stand and Jan. 3 71 I 154 |130.091| 0.17 ly very drunk.Rlnearaon.had. School auditorium last
A R. Livingston, president of gathering place for the platform Jan. 4 I 41 |130.121Council | *
the board, laid! all citizens of gueiU. Here eat Homestead's official this district The meeting was announced on
Homestead, city officials and notice by handbills prepared
county family headed by Mayor Houstonvllle, ,
Grants Plea
commissioners will be Invitedto the Redland District Voter
the affair. The prograr details Tom Harris, members of the municipal .': To Check City Records yean table growing to work.. I of which Mr. Campbell I*
of which have not been completed library board, Senator of his death he and bore an invitation to
will Include short talk by Claude Pepper, Mrs. Pepper, Roy J. H. Dixon of candidates to speak
Mr*. Bow and the officials'' It Schroder, state WPA administrator Permission to appoint an accountant Mr. Campbell delivered his
was tentatively planned to start for the examination of from a prepared manu-
Sheriff D. C. Ccleman. C. J.'arman Constable
the house warming at 4 o'clock In city records of business during the Three candidates for city
Ute afternoon. architect of the project, part ten years was granted J. R. Radio Thomas E. Kirby, J. R.
Members of the library board and officials of John G. Salley Doney; candidate for a seat on and J. W. English made
Ire Mrs/ J. E. Gauzens, Mrs. H. Post of'the American Legion. A the city council, by the present Constable extemporaneous talks Ia
H. Ewing, H. A. Cameron, William loud speaker carried the speakers city council at a meeting Tuesday working out of they solicited support I*
Musselwhlte and Mr. Living words to the audience. night tice ef the Peace .,'* election.Mr. .
ston.Mrs. Originally scheduled to get The council granted Mr Dor- has equipped his Campbell declared his ad-
+ Bow soon will start. six- underway at 10:30 o'clock the program ..,'. request after It had .enled s short wave If he were elected,
month leave of absence. Several did not get started until 41 a similar request of Ceo. L Swan, ception of police be "clean. biuinesa-Uko and
days ago she announced her Intention minutes later when Senator and t newspaper publisher,on the ground fice calls, be from the spoils system" and
to resign but on unanimous Mrs. Pepper and Sheriff Coleman that he la a resident of Silver Palm gency telephone gambling "which bring
request of the library board arrived. In the meantime, the and not a city taxpayer to his home ] of hoodlums to our fair
consented to take a leave ot absence spectators were entertained by the i Mr. Swan left the council chambers police ty" would be stamped out.
instead. She had Intended Homestead High School band. : and returned a short time relayed to "A speaker at Jh. recent caucus
going to Houston. Texas, to make Proud In their new green and later With Mr. Dorsey.Mr. quarters where there was oo gambling In the
her home With her son, Mack Bow, whit uniforms, the young musicians I Dorsey then mad a request to Mm. The "," the candidate laid. "I did
and will carry out her plan to the played a number of selections that he be allowed to appoint an number Is 117, get an opportunity to say
I extent of paying him and his family and drilled in the barri- 'accountant to examine the records his home thin. then but I'm saying
I I long visit (Continued on Page Two) I'and permission was granted. 385-M. jCConttsued on flags f wo)



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' -. Page -"'o ..- '. THE-LEADElEEimsnEISEr ..r:;;i ': J.lFrldJi1r: ri\8;1940 .
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v ,. dUUculUalh speaker said. Ansel Barrow;Opfn4'vr"':t .
Ritter Warns South American Trade -1 DEDICATION "The store of scientific knowledgeIs .
j I
increasing each year and 1U application Krome Avenue 'Ci ceiylHomesead's
Pact May Ruin florida's Industries I .......:.- to Industrial activities islessening _.; .' :
(Continued from Page One) '
the number of work
--- newest grocery
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coded portion of the street In men needed. New and Improved today when ;
Unification of all Florida In a store made tu bow
I STATE CHAIRMEN fight against unfair foreign trade I front of the library building. machines are taking work away I!I Ansel's Market opened for business -
agreements and unjust taxes was from additional thousands of persons I I in the new Mae Morris
i FOR PRESIDENTSFETES the theme of an out-of-docr meetIng I each year. 'Building on N. Krome avenue at
i held by the Dade County Republican prin-cipal I Theie difficulties, as with all ,"I'Third street

Club at the home of W. other difficulties that have faced I Ansel Barrow, the proprietor,
SELECTED r. Therklldson on Sliver Palm I the government, will be o\'f'J''ome.1 sold all hit products are nationally -
drive lot night' The meeting was I library to the city It was accepted Man must and ought to work andif known and advertised and are
preceded by a barbecue dinner by Mayor Harris City machines absorb more and more 1 well diversified. Besides all the
i Halstead I Councilman W. R. Bird, library jobs there will be found some way ,
Federal
Former Judge foods thestore
Jacksonville I of staple
Jan 4.-(FNS)- I belt brands
committeeman served
Ritter of Miami, the principal as master to meet the emergency and bring : fresh produce and
William T. Edwards, chairman I offers
of of
ceremonies and just before the
popular contentment.
of I
is
I speaker, said there danger cold cut and smoked meat A delivery -
the Florida division of the National the enactment of a pernicious ceremonies started presented Mm "War has temporarily solved the I service for the conveni-

Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, trade agreement with South Pepper with a bouquet of yellow unemployment problem In Euro- ence of persons who wish to shop

announced this week that all county America. "If that pact Is consummated roses pean countries, but we will not over the telephone Is to be main-
Florida will suffer to Ana, raising ceremony was to that extreme. to attain
go pros Mr. Barrow sold.
chairmen tained,
have been appointed to. conducted by members of thelo

extent that her agricultural ," Senator concluded
the perity Pepper Martin Bishop is clerk In the
carry out such programs ts each cal Legion post preceding the dedication -
Industry will be killed he said "We will keep to the middle
chairman desired for the forthcoming i "The agreement will serve to flood exercises. W. H. Sheffield of the road and prosper without store.The store Is "roomy. The
events In honor of President i American markets with the same commander of the post, presented self-humiliation. The war work shelves containing the goods and
1
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the to the andIt
Roosevelt's birthday anniversary products that are raised! In Flori flag library man la not content, and what he the counters are so arranged that ;
received Mr. Bird. While
this month. I da. We will have to fight this was by makes In money he loses In happiness patrons may walk about with easeand

We hope this year to break all fight alone. If it were corn, for [the national high school anthem band, the played flag wasslowly the ." leisure In making their selec-I
records" said Chairman Edwards,1 Instance that would come under "The new library 1s a. dream tions.
raised the of the
to
"and with our chairman, more I this trade agreement, there would top come true and It will contribute
50-foot William J.
determined than I be 18 states which would combine flagpole by much to the culture and happiness I
ever to build
up Geronimo, of the Dies
adjutant post. John D. Massey
their local chapters, there is every their efforts to battle the pact. Colorbearen with Mr. Geronimowere of this and surrounding communities -

reason to feel that each county Others who spoke were Dr. GeoBradfordL J. Goaiman and Trite ," Mr Schroder said "The After Long, Illness !
will greatly benefit through these former vice-presldenjt Schroeder. WPA was .happy to have had apart
funds and Incidentally help the of Oklahoma City University; In such I noble services
r
"The of humanity Is IX
progress for 'John
I and will-bole forward undert8kln'j Funeral
Dade Countychairman
National Foundation Wesley Garrison
carry on a epitomized In this beautiful structure I .
great work. of the Republican executive potion in other work Massey, 47, brother of MrhJ.i. ,
Senator Pepper said. "In
"Of public Interest, fifty per committee); Ceo Griffith, I it are reflected the great civic Mr. Schroder paid tribute to Burton of Homestead, Mr4held'; I
cent of all proceeds derived from : president of.the P. II.collnt711e- i pride and the desire for better Mrs. Lily Lawrence Bow, the librarian Monday at a Miami funeral home..
the parties and events arranged in I publican ClutiTf ;MrTherkild- things 1n.1ll. instill the heartsof ; for whom the library Is I Burial was in WoodlawnCeme-
honor of the President's blrthd'YIannlve..ry. son. C E. Wiggins, treasurer of Homeitead's citizens' These named. "Her untiring efforts are '

remain In the county I the Republlcyf fpfity was masterof Ideals and the fine spirit of cooperation back of this materialization of a tery.Mr.. Massey who had suffered I
where the funds were railed and ceremonies. among all concernedwith dream for I new library" he said from impaired eyesight since early
this program Is the tame as It was .iTQl 8RAI1Y the building's constructionwill "Mayor Harris and all the other I childhood, died after: a lingering I
last year." I be cherished! throughout the city officials are to be 'co ll'atup I illness. He was I native of Atlanta I
The foundation sponsored by lated for their work: In giving -
f years to come. Ga., and. had been 'comingto
President Roosevelt Is now a national "At no time Jn all history hal Homestead -such.s fine library. J.J Homestead for the winter
Institution and will be E. Gossman ". supervised the
knowledge been more imperativethan season tor the past 12 :years. He
ried on in the years to come e.r.I' (Continued from Page One) athe present time.. The .construction and all the workmett. had been at the Burton home since
influential surgeons, doctors, busU something now. On the very night world face the greatest problemsof are'to 'be"praised.'hlghlycm last October
ness leaders and philanthropists all time and "must be I
of the caucus there was gamblingIn they I .
.. The national organization Is progress in the city and I, have solved through clear thinking that Mrs.McEwen 'Injured .
non-profit and last year the Foundatlon "
affidavit to prove It" He displayed must come through study.
v grossed fl.ei3NS of which several folded white The acquisition (...knowledgemust As Truck Overturns I
Cafe
half of this amount remained In I I Tropical
papers to the audience, but did be accompanied by a thorough
4hs counties where the events not read them. understanding of its proper Mrs.-, C. W. McEwen poultry I
.originated. The foundation Is sub The)speaker, who is manage o( application: Senator Peppec.sal4r ((arm proprietor,.la confined:to her : 'S doors north ef city'hall''
divided into 60S chapters in 744 the Homestead agency of a He likened ill-applied knowledge home suffering bruises received i FLORIDA
HOMESTEAD! .
\ 'counties throughout. the nation wholesale oil and tire business to a Frankenstein,'which obtainedin Tuesday when I.truck the was
I and, except for a few individual charged that the present administration all good Intent, serves as a destructive 1 driving overturned on the Federal, '
donations has depended entirelyon I was motivated by favoritism rather than as a constructive highway a short distance south of I Regular dinner.,50c
revenue from these birthday,, In the letting of bids for city factor."Achievement. Peters. The accident occurred I
celebrations. supplies. He specified an order which Is the when t tire of the truck blew out. Plate lunch .......... .35c
AU county chairmen In Floridaare for tires which went to a "friend result of knowledge 1* causing l Howard Lamb of Homestead, who:
urged to contact headquartershere of Harris." "I did not get to bid great national difficulties and someday was driving nearby at the time of I JelUltp '.
If not already done, and secure on the tires, nor did any other a leader must be found that the mishap/ brought Mrs. Mc I min Florence
such Information necessaryIn businesimen. If I'm elected I'm can lead the people out of these Ewen to her home.

order to assure Florida's success -. going to give the city back into ."'__uuuu uUu'uuhu.um.u__ ..._....._...._.. ..._..........A. _.. .... .. 1'k!
In the forthcoming events. tie .hands. the people,and .let DI 111111011"111I 11100 1II0IIDlInIOI mDlnllliln n1l1l10111l1ll1111l1ll1ll1l1l1ll11ll1( ) )) )) illilllllilllilllllil111111A -

them have some say," he said.!:....

The shoe store Tact proprietor was

hiring a clerk, "Suppose," he said, CARD OF THANKSWe 11"11I011111
"a lady customer were to remark wish to thank our many
while you were trying to fit her ,friends and neighbors for their
'Don't you think one of my feet I kindness, sympathy and beautiful
la bigger than the other?' What lowers[ during the illness and at
would you say?" the death of our beloved husband ..
"I should say, 'On the contrary, and father. VOTEFOR
Madam one Is smaller than the MRS. E. H. CROSS AND SONS,
other. HOWARD DONALD AND I I Ii

f "The Job Is yours."-Ex, GORDON CROSS. I i





I Respectfully.Vote and Support Solicit Your ,i CLAUDE CAMPBELL I II




FOR COUNCILMAN FOR MAYOR I


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I- I MEANS A VOTE FOR .1

subject: to your approval) of my past .w -
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record finance committeeman for -
as AN HONEST, CLEAN =

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for two years and as a civic- I AND EFFICIENT II


minded citizen who has worked con


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;I y Human.Regulation) of Rainfall Held ,. f


. Possibility by Speaker at Rotary Club 1'1


If electrical science
M much In the next IS: yean progresses ai It Opening Set For Beach
TO THE CITIZENS BUSINESS INTERESTS
At Matheson Hammock
has In the past hall century, mlr? .
soles, such as regulating rainfall
Appropriate ceremonies are being
imply by turning II button may I planned for the formal opening AND VOTERS OF HOMESTEAD
come to pass, V. J. Carlson, Miami
of the new county bathing a
contractor, said In a talk on .
beach at Matheson Hammock: oft
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Boulder
Dam at the HClm-* -< I
Jan. 14, it was announced by J. D.
noon.Rotary Club nineteen soma. y Redd county commissioner. For On behalf- ] of our candidacies for re-election to our respective

Describing the dam as the most| the present the beach will be offices, we present the following statements and facts of record
Interesting ai well as the largest open only on week-end, he said for your consideration:
work ever undertaken by The bench recently was completed
man Mr. Carlson Hid the con- and most of the work Win. BONDED DEBT .
crete alone used In the construction done by member of the CCC. It
would be sufficient to build Is in the form of an atoll which Bonds
Jan.
outstanding 1st, 1958....$980,000.00
a highway 18 foot wide from Miami completely surrounds the bathing
to Seattle. Approximately facilities. A large net has been Bonds under Wilcox Act in U. .S. Circuit

1,000 tons of welding rods were placed across the open end to pre- Court of Appeals] .i. 124,500.00
used and..to determine It the weldIng vent entrance of seaweed and
work was of sufficient strength,I dangerous fish.Campbell .
Total bonds refunded
28 miles of X-ray pictures were 855500.00
made. I ResidentOf Retired since refunding ..._. 26,000.00
Lake Mead, the artificial body: Homestead 27 Years
of water:treated by the dam, Is
the.Jnm..t of Its kind in the world, Balance] refunds outstanding Jan. 1, 1940..$829,500.00
Claude Campbell, city tax assessor
Mr.'Carbon'laid. It is 123 miles Interest due March
long and contains enough water to who ls a candidate for 1st, 1940 .$ 9,800.00
supply 25,000 gallons to each In- mayor In the biennial election Cash on hand in interest and sinking fund

habitant.of the earth or to cover Tuesday, was born In 1908 at Arch for paymet of this item........\........... 18,131.06
the state of New York to
12 Inches, he said. a depthof Creek now a :part of Miami;and .. We feel that und J".Our supervision this MILLION DOLLAR
has been resident of Homestead
Boulder' Dam coat $128,000,000and a .CORPORATION HAS
MADEJJUr/E SOME PROGRESS.
,five years and two 'months for approximately 27 years. He .
were required tor Its was graduated from Homestead ,
construction, LIGHT AND W A TER'jREVENUE INCREASES '
Mr. Carlson laid. The work was High School in 1929 and took business -

too great for a single contractorso instruction here and in Mi Billed out during year of 1937,.$60,914.34

divided the department the work among of the six interior of the ami.Mr.. Campbell has been associated Billed out during year of Ut3St. 67,396.22

largest contractors In the United with his father, A. J. Campbell Billed out during year of 1939.!.. 72,404.78In
State In the oil business for 12
yean and at present 1s manager addition to an increase of approximately 20% in light and

Nazarene Church Plans of the company. He has been tax water revenues our collections are 101%, .which shows efficiency
assessor since 1935. in the of
operation this department. '
Gospel Crusade MeetsA Mr. Campbell played

here and In ,the bueball'l FINES COLLECTED IN MAYOR'S COURT
lerli.r
Gospel Crusade years and gained fame as a pitcher.
njeetinsl ,WflJ start Monday night He married Miss Marion Dorsey.I Period Aug. 1, 1937, to July] 31, 1938
and ctmtuuKsnlghtly through Jan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
2i at the Homestead Church of the Dorsey and they have three children Gambling] fines ....$ 52.23
Nazarene, announces the Rev. Other fines 1,107.00
e Rjjbu-t ..H,..Spear, pastor of thSpeaken
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church; for the 'first week of U. S. M. C. To Receive "" Total 1 ...._.................-..0\_..._"_ .._" _..JIt'__....$-Ir. 5 9..5''

the crusade follow: Monday night,;I Enlistments In Miami 1 i Period Aug. 1, 1938, to Juy] 31, 1939 '

the the Rev..Homestead Geo. H. Ricks Presbyterian pastor of According to an announcementfrom I Gambling fines ................$ 485.00

Church; Tuesday night the Rev. the U. S. Marine Corp recruiting Other fines .....*;......._. 1,065.75
.
Jij J. Richards pastor of the Homestead station in Slva.nnah. ,

Methodist Church; Wednes- sergeant of the Marine Corps re.a'I' Total] .,,.........._...........................::.....,.': .h ,$ 1,550.75
dlJIflgHt :th 'Rev. Wesley Smeal.] f
pastor of the Free Methodist crusting service will establish a Period Aug. 8, 1939, to Jan. 1, 1940, &5-month period v
Caurch' tii.Florld. City; Thursdayfdght temporary office'at the post office j Gambling] fines .$ 360.00
at Miami, for the first two weeksin
Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastor Other fines _.... 386.00 I
of the First Baptist Church; Fri I January, for the purpose of]I -
day night, the Rev. C. G. Nelson, Interviewing, examining I and accepting I ;

pastor of the Redland Community young men for enlistmentin Total] .- .............. :. ,....._.$ 746.50
Church sand Florida City Community the U. S. Marine Corps. j.tiU: .tl r ,

Church; Saturday night,I Thousands of technical jobs now Total gambling'fines ..*= ...*............_.........$ 897.25 i
the Rev. Ceo. E. Deuel of Red- are open In the Marine Corps, *
land and technical training in many occupations Total other fines .,..,,!55L.$2,559.23
; Sunday night, Mr. Spear. .
The Rev. L. Lee Gaines of Miami I being given to hundredsof .Ied 1110
will speak each night during the young men who would, In civilIan -1 Total] .$3,436.50
life, find It difficult Impossible 1 'R'fH'--(
or
clst second: music week at of the the meeting crusade.will Spe-be to obtain a comparable I Above statement shows'in itself] a vigorous prosecution of i

furnished by the Rick family of 'specialized training. gambling. "
Buffalo, N. Y. 'I In addition to the specialized I
training, the Marine Corps often PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS
CHANT DIP NG BF.J.LfADE! the Marine Corps Institute, which I
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Silver Sprthgi, Jan.4.-FNS-) offers a correspondence course on Tennis courts started and completed.]

Max Gene Kohl who claims the almost any subject desired. I Ball] park rebuilt and relighted. .
world's record for deep sea diving .
; 420 feet, arrived here froma ERRATIC DRIVERS WARNED Library started and completed. ,
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transcontinental lecture tour, unloaded Instructions were Issued to all City park and shelter started and competed.! "**;
judges last week by the
a quantity of diving gear county
and announced his Intention of State Safety Department to suspend Site purchased for Chamber of Commerce building and 1
exploring all the deep caverns of driven' licenses of all motorists trailer camp. "I
Silver Springs in a diving suit The I prosecuted in their courts
lines in the of $20,000, out
diver Is reported to have completed whence they felt that the circumstances Additions to electric light sum paid

a giant new diving bell, but Justified it. The department of light plant revenue. '
was secretive about details, otherthan I has begun an Intensive drive I
that it u) now on its way toFlorida to curb both reckless and drunken I We believe these improvements speak for themselves, and

for ttsU. j driving. I represent a wise expenditure of public funds.

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Green: Lantern Restaurant If you believe our supervision and handling of city affairs

is satisfactory we would appreciate jour vote of confidence -
Adjoining Hotel Redland

Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor at the polls January 9th 1940.(


T. J. HARRIS

MATOR ,

J i EDWARD STILING HENRY BROOKER, JR., THOS. E. KIRBY,
(Hold-over) Pres. of Council Fire Com. Finance Committeeman

44 W. R. (Dick) BIRD, FRANK B. RUE,
REALTOR Sanitation, Library Committeeman Light and Water Conunltleema

t. Real Estate General Insurance E. C. CHRONISTER, J. G. WYNN, .
I Building Commltteemaa Polite CommltUemas

NOTARY PUBLIC
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Cora; Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla. I
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r.alt.ad rrld.y. a. ...M.ad. fl.. : ':::;: :'/"' ':-; .-". --. ,, ,, )., q" '; ';

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'" <: The relied"e It._ .. .
.jJ6GE % are -I pe
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11.-. ,'""'.. 0014" ,... ... ., MAINlANJ MUM ANY January I, MZt
i '. Unrest .. HTI.UMCSJIITION. -"THE FROST DID NOT
OTNG LGAITN
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SOUTH COUNTY

. PATS ....#.:..'-' :..,'"" '.........TNi.. WO.QU". !," to be brief, nothing was hurton
' I. DMe County _._____-.__._ 11.5'O.Wds ." !,;, 1itJV''f' the east glade and not five
.f D" county II.' J':":: .;, : per
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f : "i: ::' J"I" :" '; ':'' cent on the west glade. This Includes -
1 young and tender plant

A Code of Ethics and old ones that would have been

for Teachers .. .... taken by the blight anyway At
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_. : ..... : : .. :...__4 few
: .. .... Highland only a plant were
The teaching profession In a _.. .. -.. ." \, . : nipped, but none were killed.
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number of states has evolved a .:.f..: '. 4:_ .. .. ? :fe Goulds suffered the most and It I*

cod of ethics, a mod by which ; -. '" ;., .. ... .",,;Ior' 2: authoritatively stated that not
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teacher and school executives determine .. ,.:;;'If .. 011'11'WIfr; .s more than ten per cent orhe
,
their relationship to each ': : ;> .....: acreage there suffered any dam
the and the .. .. .r.--/--. ,, : From there on up to Miamithe
other pupil communIty ",,' ., / ..r. : age.
___. .
Interest which they serve -" ." ..' ..'r:,"; 1III U'I lost Increases until there I*

Kentucky appears to have been nothing at all to be found alive

a pioneer state In this movementIn north of Miami. Several who traveled
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f fact It U learned from reliable through that section stated

source thot W. P. King executive 7 2UN Diet the fields were black ."
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secretory nf the Kentucky Education -"Lee Lehman was busy on the

: Association has so Interested 7 2TJ..J; fi Ingraham highway between the
I the Notional Education ASBOOUI- Armour fertilizer house end the

lion hilt It has appointed him association pocking house on Wed-

chair man of a committee to set up 3 nesday, putting tar on the edge: of

I' H ,',Ni,. which wilt be M applicable the road bed to protect It from the

to thc trnrhci In n little red tj' weather
: scliiuii IIIU'I', in a rural com- ;, _"Prof Fisher. R L. Hamon,

miiinu a' ,11 me in
oqiuii'iM, I sciiciiil in n rich mctropoh :-. Avery and Miss Florence Pollard
',' i. n center i ',', of returned Sunday from the school

i 4_ ; meeting at Brndontown ."
Nt..lllIutinn..
beget new Ideas .
f "Chase. & Co will ship threeor
and n w approaches to problems
11120 four car of grapefruit by the
The code for Kentucky pedagogues ..
end of the week They also expectto
contains dean. fur Instance,
l get oft a car of tomatoes"
which
tome of them regarded asa
_"C))... T. Fuchs Jr, exp.ctto
( bit stilted And abstruse, true .. l.AI2GG.sr .OF TIlE
Into his
move new building on
but ,
unnecessary In a code of
ethics for toucher One turn, .' MAI2/NG ru.grus I Mondoy and will open for business

tat example WQ."A: teacher'sown Immediately Mr. Fuchs will run

b life should show that education > the bakery here and have Ice
t doc ennoble." cream and confectionery also"

M The 1830 version of the Kentucky A hundred and ffty mile .southwest of the TRUNK TUUTLE Inhabits Florida waters It -"M. P. Wallam reports that

code for schuuj! teachec*.. mainland Gf Florid lie seven low bars composed attains the enormous weight of 1,000 pounds! his son who spent several ,jape d

stressed rule. of conduct 'ftlnlP'thIn *.f :hell and coral tnnd The,'ilr. the Dry Tor- Found occasionally In tropical water and semitropical her recently, will b* transferredto
Key West from Portsmouth
abstract Ideal A section tug*! Inlands, On one of these, LOGGERHEAD seas, It Is nowhere common and therefore N. II."Fred ." soon

!wt which emphasize this side of atenihtM KEY, I. located a picturesque lighthouse with a seldom seen. In the water Its massive flippers Mowry has sold out

h. l's life mid has the approval distinction no other cm claim. It Is farther away are used fn .ai-ilk. fashion, being very here and will return to Pahokeo

of Mr. King. read a* follow: from the mainland than any other lighthouse on graceful In their movements. The Trunk Turtle where his parents are living"

l "We subscribe to the proposition earth tTits breed on the Tortugss Islands, the Bahamas and "Three births reported this

d that all appointment. promotions largest marine turtle In the world, thec along the Brazilian coast week A girl, Clara Luna, to Mr.

or advancements should ......." .....................".............."..........".....".. und Mil Neal Halnlln; a girl, WU-
be obtained exclusively on muriU .. ...... Drought to mind by the fact that' ma Hazel to C O. Woods and a son

The acceptance' of till* principlecondemns R people who suddenly become Children in CourtBy to Prof I. T. Pearson Three new

the practice of nepotism wealthy are generally the low and charming South Dude resident

+ bargaining .underbidding T"\\rather than the gainers Thin was Judge Malcolm Ilatfleld *."

for positions and unprofessional i CO 1\11\1 E strikingly apparent in an Instance _"B. W Morris has applied for

campaigns.participation" In achool election I fly AGVemvUIKll.! : related by the satevpp, of a New TOO Mt CItMRESF0SSlLULlTComplaints and received a license to go into
Jersey< man who five years mo the real estate business figuring
Another provision of the code AAAAAAAAAC .,eaAAAAAAAJ won $30,000 He quit his milk- were made that a It Is a whole lot easier than workIng -

frowns on n teiirher's nceeptlng a An organisation[ known us the<< route Job, begun high-rolling," 14-year-old girl wa beating her Bon has the gift of gab and

commmalon on the ale of books, National ReBnurces Board has his wife left him two years later small brother The girl readily cnl}' needs to have half a chanceto

supplies or equipment.In made Rn Intensive analysis, of mortality the next year he went crazy and pleaded guilty, but explained that sell land. Squint at the bargains
another part of the this In his. ad In this weeks issue
Kentuckycode tables covering a long per- year he died at 43 in an she was loft at home alone most
teachers are forbidden to iod. It find that the number of asylum Yes money can b* as .
covert pupils for pay during the old-age pension eligible la Increasing fierce an enemy sa It can be a of the time with the younger childIn -"C. C. DeBerry and family

regular school year, and during the eight million andover good friend-if you do not know her custody. The little boy moved to Larkin thle week, wherehe

vacations they must follow the who have now reached the how to make proper use of It. would run away and be gone for Is operating his sawmill' -

reaching regulation of the local age of OS will by 19(10 be Increased several hours and was generally (Florida City.)

school board to 22 million with a corresponding Of the 350000 inoiana In the disobedient. Feeling that 'hi* -"Mrs. T. W. Shields ,pasted
On lit* question of pay the opinIon decrease In the birthrate U. S, Canada and Alaska closeto sister had sway Wednesday at her home"
him
no authority
li offered that the over In Detroit, Mich after illness
salary an
.
At ten cent
present there are eleven per are afflicted with he was Impudent and quarrel '
schedule be so constructed that million children who have reached ,the eye disease, trachoma, thought some. of several months Mrs Shieldswas
capable teachers may be given I the sister of Mrs S:S.l Shield!
the to be
age of four In 40 yean from largely due to exposurewind to The parents of these children
rallies on their merits without havIng and Wit a former resident of Flor-

now the number will bays decreased sand and glare and aggravated were seldom at home, and when
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to be appointed to administrative ida City. (Florida\
bad City)
to a little over nine million by living conditions they were Invariably favored the _
or executive position to rate 'Lester' Leach and wife who
a so the wage-earners are decreasing Strange to say the Seminoles of smaller child. ,
higher Income, that teachers have been visiting their parents,
Florida have been
and the never afflicted
wsgeftter* areIncreasing. The had been
girl driven
should b* given six week With It, medicos itate. young Mr and Mrs J. M. Leach, returned .
ot:1 Into situation with
I which she
of their status In the system to their home in Pennsylvania -
was not equipped to deal She felt .
the coming that .'
year; "profe .lonal (Florida City.)
relation with pupils demand In the U. S. trade pact with In his book, "Across the Busy I keen responsibility for her "Marjorl Leach left on; Saturday -
the same Cuba sugar duties have been restored Years" that appeared last Sep brother but knew no other way to
scrupulous guardIng evening for Tallahassee
of confidential and official Information to the old duty of BO cents tember, Dr. Nicholas Murray But discipline him than by whipping where she 1s an Instructor: IAh.*.

a* ls observed by member per hundred pound which will ler make the statement that justbefore When he fought back, she would Florida State College tot Women."
of other long-established benefi' the "Queen of the Antillesto his death the late President low her temper and become more (Florida City.)
ftwloni" pro the tune of about 33 million dollars Warren Harding said to the severe In her treatment

Holding that but what will It do to Flori author"I am not fit for this office If neither parent could remain
Is
Importance la our nothing of more da's "sugar bowl" in the Everglades and should never have been here'' at home, they should have InstilledIn showcase containing pajamas, 'attractive -
country's welfare
He was right. While he was well the boy obedient and respect and colorfuL
than one's conduct and attitude One of the Blumenthal brotherswas
ward his fellow man and fitted for I newspaper man for for his sister or relieve their
Things that presidential metal he lacked certain daughter of all responsibility by standing near.
his profession;Nr. King would annoy me': calling "
es A
"What..
them
things? the._
a college president qualities The men who sit punl.hillllh.. boy themselves
tabllah a state commission on "prexy" and a -

professional cowboy Inquired.
freshman student a "fresh." In that seat must be cast-iron men whenever h* deserved punishmentN
ethic which would deckle Thoe "
pajamas Mr.
e and case-hardened and nut-proof are Blu
upon all questions arising In at thatIt Need far Evening Cloth menthol replied. "And very nice
connection with the teaching They've been CtKiklng Just
profession up on This ones. got them In Would
1 vouched for absolute
story as
it* opinions to be Santa Claus and find "
passed that this la you like to look at some?
amusing how some truth. A walked
t on to the local board of directors I I I benevolent old gentleman Is a people cowboy "What am pajamas
fool valuable time Inconsequentialitlea Into
the
away on Blumenthal clothing
stort
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tinder which the question was I"fevU ftMt partial is old Uncle One of the yesterday Ten-gallon hat red "Why ;you know-JIIIJomal. You
ralMslA Ike woufd''put It, of
every thousand at
wear them night May I show
Ripleytte has figured It out that handkerchief around the neck
national commlU.hatr gifts h* make 323 to "*
go women them to
It would take something over two heeled boots you
high ; a real old boy
man fur the National EducationAssociation. 302 to children I "
men
get a
"No
million said the cowboy doubtfully
years to write out all the from the hill
Mr. King It I* I measly 1ST and the rest go old "t
any combination that could be formed It* strolled about the store casually I reckon not I don't go
claimed, will deal less with abtnct place. "
from out much at night -El Paso
two certain words while an apparently having no particular -
ethic and with rules
more Time
,other says taint It would take
so. errand A clerk asked if
\'.' which" If effectively administered, It occur to me that the use of I only I little over a thousand Now he could show blmolOme\hlnl. The
"r. '; will enrich ethical thing In the money could well be nude I part I all that make
whale of
I I a lot cowboy said no, he wa Just loo '
public school systems of the corn.I;,i of the curriculum of our public I of difference in our young log around. xsg flM

school aystetn This I* vividly 4 doesat It? 11"1 H* paused finally before

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I STATE FARMERS day homes under were FHA started Inspection each working TO SING HERE [MIAMI EDISON III years in the games two won teams and hint lo, ,,jlntM'ii "

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The present outlook tor home The Growers antitipitti sum, .

PAID $3,000,000 construction in 1940, Mr. McDonald I TRIMS GROVERSI \ tough opposition next Tuesday I'
said, la excellent
,. Judging by I I night when they play Miami High
,
the volume of application for p V. .
School
here With the visitors
n BY AM IN '39 mortgage Insurance being re- I I 1 1 I 27-22 SCORE will be David Eldredge, who last I

ceived. It the present trend is year was chosen all southern
maintained the volume of home I I Interscholastic football halfback
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: construction during 1940 should, i The Growers of Homestead and all state halfback.
I Gainesville, Fla Jan. 4.-The exceed that of 1939 | High School received their first Homestead fg ft pf
federal government paid out
morethen i act-back this season Tuesday J T. Godwin f J 1 4
$3,000,000 In 1039 to Florida night when they lost to the Cardinals Carlton Sweet f .__ 0 0 0
farmer co-operating In the Agricultural VALUE OF BUICK 1 '
Adjustment Administration of Miami Edison High School I'I'I Fred Chapman, f 4 0 0
I i by a score of 22 to IT on the local James Sullivan, a 3 0 *

AAA program administrative, H. G. Clayton officer,,state ret I JUMPS AS PRICE floor, D. L. Bowen, e 0 0 0

ports. I The local boys led the scoringup Clinton Bishop g 1 0 4

. until tale In the third quarter, Ralph Dellinger, g _'0 1. 0
! Total payments during the past GROWSSMALLER when Miami clamped down and Edward Kirby, f 0 0 I

year, Mr. Clayton Mid, amounted started connecting. The visitors Charles Min,.,., f 0 0 0

to _$3,471,2131. which. Included I gradually overcame a tie end made -

'zou,7UB; paid to 37,387 farms in easy march to victory, Totals ...._...__ 10 1 14
for Flint Mich, Jan. 4.-The lm
participation In the 1938
pro.
gram, cotton parity portance of cost analysis and con. Homestead led 8 to 4 at the end Miami Edison fg ft pt
payments
on
Downs f 8 8 0
,
trol of the first quarter and II to 10
In
resulting
greater product
the 1939
crop amounting to f 209,
.
McCollum, f I 1 I
93194 for 10,917 farms, and pa,. value In the automobile Industry, at the four end of I the half. Miamimade Powell, c "_'" ..- .- ... 1 2 0
menta under the Sugar Act to principally through Improved points during the last ... .
Schmidt I
1 1
few minute of I ( --- -
the I
methods of half when
Florida producers totalling $747,. manufacture development I Homestead I Bennett, g ...__ 0 0' 0
STROUD I n"
of new materials VICTOR kept banging at
872,32. and the away
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the hoop Instead of Hauaenbauer, g 0
maintenance of blgh volume, was "freezing" the !
The number of participating Vicki Stroud and his wife, Mrs ball .
About
this time too
emphasized D. E. ,
farms In the program in 1938 was by Williams, LlllislStroud, former grand Sullivan, was taken from the Totals ... 10 7 > '
comptroller of the Buick division
43,700, or an Increase of 3,300 over of General Motors Corporation, opera singers and radio perform* on account of fouls, and this Jame'l([ .-

the number in the 1938 program. speaking before a meeting here of en, will present a program of religious chances for victory Th'l
Approximately $2,300,000 will the National Association of Cost music at the Homestead team already had been weakened $1000.00 If You Live

be paid to farmers for participation Accountant Methodist Church Tuesday when' Clinton Bishop and J. T.I and

in the 1939 conservation program Jan. 12, according to an n1iht.1 Godwin were forced to the bench
The
$1000.00 When
speaker traced the You DieA
Mr Clayton said price ment made by the Rev. because of fouls.

Work of the AAA in Florida past historyof 15 years automobiles to show that over while the Richards, pastor of the church. 1 Ted Bleler, Homestead coach,j Mortality Rndewment
last Both Mr. and Mrs. Stroud are his Costs Se UUIe
the that
year, administrative official the cost of automobiles to the consumer reported charges expert
explained. included measure- has steadily gone down nationally known They appearedwith I ended a shooting slump. The boys Pan National Life
ment of all Bright leaf tobacco value of the product in terms of the Chicago Grand Opera made only a small percentage of I

acreage, holding two referendum*, engineering, style, quality of materials Company and participated I their shots. Even utilization of
establishing total soil-depleting is well as quantity, has programs emanating from the aet-ihot method of shooting Ins. Ass'n. I

acreage allotments for each farm gone steadily up. Baltimore Boston, Los mezzo-1 failed to click, he said. I R. J. IIINKEKT

having i special crop allotment, "The has and Tampa. Mr. Stroud la : Tonight the Growers will play Local Agent
handling cotton marketing quotas, tendency been he declared tenor and Mrs Stroud, i I Miami Beach High School at Miami *
"to the benefits! of I
pass
Beach. the last four
measurement of acreage of dcpleU soprano. During
skillful manufacture and designon
ing crop and soil-building practices to the consuming In __ -- A
public two --
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measurement of sugar acreage : : -
forms: first in improvement of the
holding educational meetingsto
product without regard to price,
Inform farmers about the
program and second, In the reduction of
and certifying applications price to the consumer,
for payment on compliance with
program provisions.The "Thus the list price of a 1925
model 27 Buick was $1,663 compared
program was administered with $941 for the 1940
with the assistance\ and cooperation -
model 41, with the modern ear
of county committeemen,
having actually many .times the
county performance supervisors, value
clerks) farmers and other A total> 1
of $330,000 was expended for "Today's comparable model has l \
a 121-inch wheelbase compared
carrying out administrative work
with 114-Inch wheelbase on the l_
by county committeemen and oth-
car of IS years ago; for little over
ers working In the counties, oi
which approximately $249,000 will half the price, today's car weighs

be deducted from farmers' grant 3,660 pounds against 3,245 poundsin

payments. At the peak of administrative the 1925 model; that car had a
SI horsepower six cylinder motor,
work, as many as 890
today's Is a straight eight developing
persons were employed In the
state. 107 horsepower

"Today's car will go over the top
of a 11 per cent grade In high gear

$3,000,000,000ON from a 10 miles per hour start at
a upoed of 34 miles per hour The
1929 model 27 couldn't make it In
FHA BOOKSATENDOF1939 high.

"The 1925 model had a top speedof t
60 miles per hour; today's car Is
from 25 to 30 miles per hour fast

er than that."Twentyfive.

Washington, D. C. Jan. 4.-The years ago, accordIng It's really very simple.We .
FHA ended the year 1939 with to one of the large tire manufacturers :

more than three billion dollars ,, a first quality tire sold help to ret an FHA Loan to build. Just :
you
worth of horn financing insur For $22.80 and delivered approximately
ance on Its books, Administrator 1,300 miles of service Today how much depend! on your circumstances, but fre-

Stewart McDonald announced. a first quality tire for the same quently the building lot Is sufficient to cover the
Approximately $960,000,000 of car sells for $1393 and averages

this Insurance was written during 27,000 miles of service. This down payment.

1939, establishing a new FHA means that the motorist of 29 "
record. rears ago paid $11 for the same !
income.
this loan out of
You your
tire value that he today can buy repay
Through the FHA, nearly twelve for |1." J
million persona have been !
-enabled "
to Improve) their housing Illustrating the Improved value The payments are fixed monthly sums, similar to

standards and conditions, In accordance Of the modern car, Mr. Williams afford to
with the declared purpose listed the following Items which he rent. They are based on what you can

of the National Housing Act. said are now included la .the tower pay. They 'cover principal, interest, taxes and In. I
of the but
price ear were not on
The year produced the largest the 1929 automobile: better styling surance. -
volume of residential
building since safety plate glass Improved
1929, approximating .. OOOO
farm dwelling units. Final figures non- ventilation. improved visibility, These convenient payments make you a Home
more luxurious upholstery, ade-
probably wilt show .
that the
number "
of quate concealed luggage apace, Owner.
single-family homes built cigar lighters, dual windshield
during 1939 exceeded
the
1929
number. During 1939, approximately as wipers accessories, all steel, controlled construction fresh and air (Well explain the.FHA Plan with actual figures)

900 new singlefamilyDr. and heat, defrosters, radio time you care to stop in.) t
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"aawielldne. Leonard to R,.W.R..t..uea.Jlaskln PALMS HOTEL II l -

Filling .*4 Repairing .r CO.I
I GLASSESNs I FLORID Modem CUT W. D. HORNE

N. a. rim. at. riser, n.. Rooms and Apartments I
C.MNir- Ai. C.n.a.n.dt
..e.i..i Ter.w A1 Reasonable Rates I LUMBER AND BUILm G IATERlAI.


Phone 507-J Frank L. Skill: Owner Homestead, Fla.



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Page Six TIlE LEAD R.ENTERPISE Friday, January 5.

I i The Rev. and Mrs. A.;A. Koest-I week-end with Mrs Martha I.f .. pital. Mrs. Sullivan and.Donnj#
I I In Coral 0 ibles. Lou have been staying at.the Sewf
line of Lake Wales, and daughters f Murray ',
,
home since Monday.
Waunlta and Alene, were, guestsof :
and Around II Mr. and Mrs. Dan William over Rex Faust returned Sunday to
In : the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Koest- the University of Georgia at Mr. and Mrs. W.who A. Bellerby of.
Ontario Canada have been
I. line are former: resident of Athens, after spending the holidays
I Homestead. with his parent, Mr. and Mn. T. occupying cottage on AvenueB
moved to Little River on Mon
r Homestead |J. FauatBilly

Eleanor Williams
Min Mary day.Mr.
Clark has returned to Man
t. who spent the holiday with her Hill College at Man Hill, N. C., I and Mrs. Roger..$now of
I' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Williams Ft. Lauderdale, were visitors Wed-
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doming Institute at Auburn after visiting' In Modello, has returned to after visiting Clark.his parents, Mr. and nesday at the hornet of Mr. and
W. J.
I are announcing the birth of an their parent, Mr. and Mn. J. R. Wayneiburg, Pa. where she i* a Mrt. Mrs. David Snow and Mr,.end Mrs.
Hlckson at Naranja. Waynesburg Col Lawrence Becker .
tight pound girl Carla, In the Poit sophomore at Jack Gatlin returned Sunday to '

, Graduate hospital on Sunday. ;; I lege. Emory College after a vacation Miss Emella-C zsu acres and bar
Mrs. Darting la the former Mill Jack Kopp returned Saturday Dr. and
t spent with his parent,
sister of Coscol, Conn, arrived
porothy Dedet to New York to resume his studies Jack Krome left Sunday to resume Catlin.
Mn. B. E.
! I' at Webb Institute of Naval Architecture -, his studies at Princeton Uni- Jin. 1 for a two-week. '. '!'Mslt' with

t Mr. and MM. B. M. Hindman <<: after visiting his parent, versity after visiting his mother, Mrs. E. T. Dy la who accom- relative here. tMrs. ,
week- Mr. and Mn. W. A. J. Kopp In Mrs. W. J. Krome during the holiday -
will have aa guests over the panied her daughter, Mill Iva Arthur Kea: t.1W| been
!. end Mr. and Mrt. Paul Rlckle of Redland, during the holiday*. *. Dyal and Miss Virginia Frick on seriously ill at the?.1iw1Jl.,. ,ot her
$ Miami and Mr. and Mn. Fred their return to DeLaod after their brother-in-law and mister, Mr. and
,t v roster of Mlaleah. Mia Elizabeth Skill left Saturday : Mr. and.Mrs. T. X. Kirby had as holiday vacation from Stetson University Mrs. Boyd Cohernour,<.butII'n-

1 i for College Park Md., where:guests for several days last week, returned ito Homestead ported to be siowlryMmproving.; .
!
W. E. Gaby left by plan on Friday she I* a student at University of Mr. and Mn. R. P. Strom of Ward, Tuesday ,
I to visit his parent In LoAngelei. Maryland, after spending the holidays -I S. C, and children, S. T, Eliza- Mr. and Mrs. F10>d Hubbard of
: He will return the tint with her parent, Mr. and beth and Arnold. Meriden, Conn.., :'vfereV''Sunda>
fit February. Mn. Frank Skill. She wa accompanied FLORIDA CITY guest at the hornet' M/' and

l by her brother, Frank, Jr. Miss Alta Webster left on Wed- By Mn. W. W. $every Mrs. Ralph Desmond,: .
i Mr. and Mn. E A. Carter had who i* a atudent at Vineyard ; nesday for Decatur, Ga., to resume I Dod-J;; jCj&as!;
lIa guests on Thursday and Friday School for Boy at Vineyard, N. J. her studies at Agnes Scott College Mr. J. of
Mayor Edward Staling I I. able to. who Ipendina1bewlnterIn
I cf last week, Mr. and Mn. Fred vacation Ohio, are
after holiday spent
a
Pa. Mr. be out after a severe attack of the Clearwater, were guests hen
of State College,
Owens John Fredricks, Tom Collins, here with her parent, Mr. and Mn. '
Owen la an old classmate of Mr. flu. Other flu victim are Mrs. last week of Ceo. H. Todd.
Robert Caves and Theodore Julian H. Webster.
Johnny Becker and Mrs. W. E.
.
Carter Franklin have returned to the
Myers who arc itlll confined to Mrs Alma Doxsee and daughters -
; Mr. and M;: Preston McCook University of Florida at Gainesville Miss Henrietta Hartman, who their home, have moved to Homestead for
after spending the Christmas
was visiting Miss Alta Webster the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
\ have returned to their home Mr.in vacation here. during the holidays, returned to Mrs. J. K. Scott went to Miami Babson of Woodmont, Conn., have
Ga. after visiting
\ Fitzgerald, for several her home In Nashville on Tues this week for a visit. rented the Doxsee home for the
and Mrs. Earl Cravey
I FranK 'I/'>pft, who has been day. season
day last week. Mrs. Cravey returned Mr. and Mn. Donald Sullivan
visiting his son and daught r-ln-
with them to visit relative the arrival ot 8-pound
announce an Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Freeman
and Mn. Mario (Lopez
law Mr.
several week Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon of daughter Donna Lou John Free-
for I on Friday and two children and
since Christmas, will return to his Plolnei, Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs
evening it the Post Graduate hos- (Continued on Page Seven)
: Mr. and Mr*.Fred;: Wheeler and home In Tampa on Sunday. I John Andrew Webb In Home-

their four children arrived in stead last week.
Home.teadla.t Friday from Ridge Mrs. E. F. Marshall of RedlandIs

'Top, Tenn., to make their home visiting relatives in Georgia Mr. and Mr. W. B. Mills bad as
\ with S. F. Matthew Mr. WheelerIs during the holidays. guests over the Christmas holidays -
I a brother of the late Mr Miss Eleanor Mizell of FOR REELECTIONTO '

: :Matthew Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Coker and Tallahassee, a cousin of Mr. Mills .
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Martin had as ,and Miss Eleanor Kendrick of La-

Idiom Nina Pearl Bush, Mia guest over the week-end Mr. and I verene, Ala., a lister of Mn. ; '" .:.;

Cecelia Harper, Miss Madge Mrs. A. T. Keen and Mrs. N. E. Mills. ....u-.:.. J' .
'Thompson, Mill Mary Dana Keen all of Fort Myers. 'Mrs. '
Brown and Miss Margaret Berger, Coker U a liter ot Mr. Keens Miss Sue Robinson returned to "
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with their Stetson University Tuesday after '
who pent the holiday I I :" .
families here, have returned to Miss Betty Richards, Miss Marjorie -, spending the holidays with her CITY c 0 U N't 5' ''xj.Mr :
'Tallahassee where they are students Moser and Miss Annabell parents Dr. and Mn. Carl F. Rob- ,- 'u -"t1r
at Florida State College for Redd have returned to Florida inson, in Bedl nd. Miss Dorothea 7.----...
;Women< Southern College at Lakeland after Robinson, another daughter of Dr.
and Mr. Robinson, will return toFalrlie
spending the holiday here.
of
Jane Fuch Coral Gables Vt., on Saturday.

pent several day last week in Clement Russell returned Tuesday I have served aa electric light committeeman -
Homestead with Sue May to Florida Southern Collegeat Mn. Roger Brandenburg ol f
Lakeland after spending the Griffin Ga. Is pending the week
Edwin Lawrence, con of Mr. and holiday here. with relative In Homestead. for the past four-years and"11f1in"record

Mn. 1:. U Lawrence, returned 'r .
'Tuesday to the University of Walter> Thompson, Jr.., ..whohad Mn. Ernest Thompson returnedto
I i Georgia at Athens. been ipendlng 10 her home in Orlando on Tuesday is satisfactory I will appreciate : .
reed after a visit with her
his parent1 In' Redland, parent
; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pope have Monday -ib-farrls Isla net,*-*/- C., *, Mr. and Mn. Ed. BrookerMr.
1 a* guest for a few day. Mr. and where he jauftUUoned\ at a private Brooker accompanied h is your support on Jan. 9th. -

I Mrs. R. C. Allen of West Point tint class Jjv.lhe( communication daughter horn for a short vlalt.

I N. Y., and their son, Bobby. division of the"C1.! S. Marines.
Bank Byrum, Myron Grennell .b.I -- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burton haY!

and Harvey Rue who spent the Mr. and ,Uffl, Barley Hall and a* a guest Mn. Burton' stepmother ,
holiday In Homestead with their children, Ruth and, Hale, returnedto Mrs. M. Massey of Co. FRANK B. RUEANSEL'S
parent, returned Sunday to the Shoals, laid, on Thursday ol lumbus Ga., who came here t<
University of Florida.Ed last week after spending the holidays attend the funeral of her step '
with Mr*. Hall's brother and son, John D. Massey.

and John Hlckson returned sister-in-law, Mr. and Mn. Walter -
Monday to Alabama Polytechnic Thompson in Redland. Mn. W. K. Walton spent thi e

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FOR COUNCILMAN

MARKETin



Joe L. BurtonIt

the new Mae\ Morris Building #

t N. Krome Ave. at 3rd Street f'




was my pleasure to serve on the council INVITES YOU TO COME IN AND VISIT HOMESTEAD S :

and work with Mayor Harris and my fellow NEWEST GROCERY AND PRODUCE MARKET. ALL

councilmen in getting; the bond debt re- NEW STOCK, COURTEOUS SERVICE AND GUARANTEED

funded.If SATISFACTION

elected I will be familiar with work q.
past
COME IN AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR WEEKEND .

?k and future needs for the city's growth and
SPECIAL PRICES ON YOUR GROCERY AND
thus will be able to co-operate intelligentlyto \ e
PRODUCE NEEDS.

accomplish these alms. ,



ANSEL BARROWOWNER


YOUR VOTE WILL BE


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REPORTS FILED collected garbage and trash each residents have) stated they would pride In the small par-that I have
day in the business section and buy or build in this section due to played and feel that the sacrifice
throughout the city during the the fine library we have and the that must be made to pay for UI i
ON SANITATION week, taking care of dead animals fact that a modern hospital building building will be realized ten times II
found on the streets and under Is to be constructed over m later years.BEAD .
I it houses.The .
itBy CITY LIBRARY I Ii sanitation department has As library committeeman I take TUB WANT ADS

operated within its budget at all
1 FORUM I i times and for the budget year

The Improvement and progress August, 1838 to August, 1939 it
that the library and sanitation department operated under Its budget

BgU GORDON of the city have madein Library leper
the past year are reflected In FOR COUNCILMAN
/AX economical procedure in bows annual reports filed with the city During these i3: months the library -
renovation or construction t ts. clerk by Councilman W. R. Bird under the capable management
often afforded by the DM of prefab.rlcsted of Mrs. Lily Lawrence Bow,
panels, with plywood one of library committeeman and sanitation 'librarian, and the library board,

tai Urn seat material light, It baa mutual committeeman Sanitation Report, has shown marked Improvement, ;
with better
strength and rigidity and will not service and a greater J. G. WYNNr
bnlg or sag. It la labor-saving to During the time I have been In number and variety of books Mrs
r. Install, minimizing saving, IIlttD,. charge of this department it hat Bow and the library heard are to
/i'J'+ Joining and nailing. Use for floors been my purpose to Improve in be heartily commended for their
'. 'J' .r nb-toertng, sheathing or wall every way possible the sanitary unselfish work, as Is also Mrs C.
., to )stele, cabinets or as a shingle baa don&tlons, especially the negro J..Parman and other public spirit
"'. ,lit assun airtight tlMrdttlng so .1 section which needed It most. I am ed citizens who have given of their }
faces reputed to be forty _
per glad to that time and labor.
say during these 23
., 'lDon rigid than usual maUrlala. If re-elected to third term I will continueto
month my
: there have been no epidemics ,
Four by I foot plywood wallboard I Upon my securing from Mr. S.
I" ,panels a quarUMnch thick weigh as or near-epidemics In the E. Livingston the site of our new
little M thirty pounds, and can be quarters, which means that there library work begun this i
:,,"'; 0.' easily Installed without previous expvrleae has been no danger to the white under the capable was direction on of the work with the mayor and my fellow councilmen -
*.They retail as low as 4 to I section, where so !
many negroeswork.
cents tlallq. ft. city WPA committee composed: of
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papered painted or left natural, Mr. T. E. Kirby Mr. B. W. Morris
plywood offers an efflclmt practical I During the past 23 months there and Mr. J. O Wynn. This building to give Homestead a clean, businesslike -
.t'r medium for home decoration and has been installed in the city limits which now houses the library will
,:.1.l renovation '\. a total of 24 septic tanks, 25 concrete do credit to cities four to five times '
". 0.." o'" Can I get good'I results ''I tanks and five connections the size of Homestead and I can progressive administration.YOUR" !
x> on brick wall previously unpainted made to the city sewer lines which truthfully say that It Is the best I )
with United oil paint? What mixture had not been connected heretofore. library building that I have teen
should I usa for flat finish, and bow '
many coats are needed The sanitation department In the state of Florida with the >' ;
s 1' Antweri B*ogre the brick Is properly helped with the plumbing In the exception of Jacksonville library.
aged and thoroughly dry Three new library and the Business and It is a credit to this district and
4 coats are recommended on all new I Professional Women's Club building Is In keeping with the progress that VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
'; work. Tb first or primer: coat maybe on Mowry street It has dug our city has shown In the past two
i
composed ot three parts soft while Ii
lead up and fixed sewer lines at 10 years
to 4 vehicle
; put parts flatting
I locations It has taken of I have learned from authoritative -
., (a specially prepared oil such as care
*. sad mixing oil and lead reducing }the sewer pump, cleaning and sources that several winter
/ oil to girt a flat finish t ). It requires I leasing them each day, has h',d
.
v* no drier.I The second and finish I coats five septic tanks cleaned out and ",I -\"-
Xshould, 1>* mixed bait and bait drains
new Installed, has had 22
Qneitioni Is It necessary to bar a
\. i relief valve on a domestic hot water concrete tanks In negro town
,
system cleaned out, has had three families
,
Answer: Tts. An overheated hoi moved for unsanitary conditions To the Voters and
water boiler will explode If the system has checked the plumbing and sep Taxpayers
1s sealed at the water meter by a tic tanks Installed In new dwell- .,
i. hck valve, or If the valve on the ings has taken core of sanitary
odd water supply to the boiler Is left
conditions at the two fruit festival
eto*** tOuMtra
held has built six new covers Of Homestead
-ewe FtniM '/ Rome
STae oo ..t t N r/ad :Mtp Yoe for the large city septic tank and _. .
lolvt home- matiitmaiw. rrobltm so- fixed the.leaks In the pipes at this I,
r MMlMV, sew WHK
J 5.-ee1r1.l location.
I The sanitation department has

--..........."'"'"'...."..- assisted Mr. Chronlster, building '
; IN AND AROUND committeeman, In the condemningof When I first ran for office in January of 1936, my published

about 79 houses In negro town
I : .HOMESTEAD and the white section and has platform was as follows:
t -- checked all
on building permits
(Continued From Page Six) for the building department It 'J.\.

mad'.left-: Monday for"Fairmont, helped In condemning two houses
W. Va, after having spent the squatters were living In and insisted -
holiday, with relatives here and in tearing them down. I favor an early readjustment of the bonded Indebtedness
Caught two men peddling without -
In Homestead. baaed the ability. Homestead property owner I
licenses, turning them over to on ,(AXj-paylng oj(

: Word has been received by the police department, with resulting would never cowent, unless ewnsxHM. by court order, to a tax rate

'\ friends of the Illness of Fred Par- fines of $80. In excess of If'mllla, for I l waoHr thai Homestead taxpayers an

,. i., lin of West Charleston Vt. Mr.i Caught two men for drunken unable to pay any higher n '1 jjfjj i''I', The stagnant condition of our
1. Parlln will for driving and turned these over to
start Florida City the police department, where $25 Ux roll la evidence: of this. fact
:w as soon as his health permits.
i bond was posted. Believing that when ode' IHMd situation I la adjusted and our tax
Joe The sanitation department has f '
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Hunter
moved this week
rate lowered our city will experience a great growth that will be
from the residence of J. K. Scott maintained the city dump and
to one of the Tomaasl cottages. reflected In many time the present consumption of electricity.I .

Ited on Saturday at the homes of am unalterably opposed to any suggestion to sell or otherwise

ll. Mr. and Mrs Joe Dagaston and Mr and Mrs. Ralph Desmond and dispose of the municipal electrlo light plant. I believe that the light I
family of North Haven, Conn., vis- Mrs. R J. Shepherd.
plant revenue will" grow eventually to the point where the necessityfor

-- taxation III be reduced to a minimum-a* In the case of other
I

.. municipal utility systems, notably that of Jscksonvllle.
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FOR COUNCILMANVV

0_ To this platform I adhered both a& a member of the city council j

'. I and as! your mayor, with result 'that are now a matter of record.

1 I The bond debt has been refunded at a low rate of interest, the tax J

R. (Diet,) BirdAs rate today is only 37 mills and the electric and water plant facilities 1

have been renewed and increased, and arrangements made I

for still greater enlargement. I

library committeeman and sanitation Confirming my expressed belief four years ago, the light and "

water plant revenues have shown an increase of 10% a year over ;:

committeeman of your city council during: each preceding year. "i


On the merits of this record of accomplishment, your vote and ;
the past two years, I have devoted much
support will be appreciated.

'i' time and effort to these two important de- I
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partments of the. city. If you feel that the TOM J. HARRIS

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:" job has been done well, will appreciateyour Candidate for Re-election as t i

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vote and support next Tuesday. MAYORr' :


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0' I a u Social Events in South Dade a





: WM. HENN WEDS MISS ELIZABETH BROWN -. GOLDEN WEDDING DAY OPEN HOUSE BRINGS
I The Calendar
AT CHURCH CEREMONY IN HOMESTEADWilliam MANY TO VISIT MR. AND MRS. R. E. CAVES
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Jan. Minstrel show In Neva
A. Henn of Florida City Pierce. Open house was held by Mt '(n. Emma Eby of Covington, It,.,
School
at I
King Cooper
and Mill Elizabeth Brown of Fort Mr. Henn la ''the only son of Mr. p. m. and Mrs. R. E. Caves at the R: Mn. .. H. Fitch Mn. Delia Morgan -
Pierce were married Sunday afternoon and Mn. Fred Henn' of Florida Jan. Episcopal Auxiliary home Mri. C E. Lee, Mn. Lee H.
Tennessee
at 2:30 o'clock In the Presbyterian City He was born In Florida meeting with Mr R B. Brown. on road TuesdaJ Lehman, Mn. Lily Lawrence Bow,

Church of Homestead.The City and la a graduate of Homestead Jan. Meeting of Townsend evening In observance of theU Mn. C C Rieke of Miami, Mr*.

slmplring ermo y was High School and the Homestead Club In Neva King Cooper school fiftieth wedding anniversary Lula Free, Mn. Alice Morris, -Mn.

performed by the Rev O o. H. Business College. He Is warehouse auditorium at 3.30: o'clock. A large sls>Uered wedding.. Wayne Adams, Miss Eloise Goese -

Ricks. manager for International Jan. Meeting of Monday iced In whit and topped with a man, Miss Bertha Nil Haiuman,
The bride wore a blue ensemble Agricultural Fertilizers In Home- Music Club. miniature bride and In Miss Eula Ray, Miss LaVerne Ebyof
stead. groom gold Covington, Ky., Miss France
with blue acceuorlei. Mrs. Henn Jan. Rebekah Installation
II the daughter of Mr and Mn. Mr. and Mn. Henn are living In meeting.Jan. was the centerpiece of the dining Rieke of Miami, Miss Rule Camp-

R. W Brown of Fort Pierce. A native the J. R. Dorsey apartment room table. On either end of the bell, Mir Letitla Campbell. Miss
Others who attended the wedding Meeting of Young We.man's Ellen Vann, Miss Virginia Walker
of that city, she li a graduateof table were punch bowls surrounded
Fort Pierce High School. For were: Mr. and Mn. Early Circle of W. M. S. with J. W Campbell, A. B. Sever of
by yellow gladioli and fern.
Miss
the part several yean she haa Dendy >Ira. Brown, Dr. Irene Mary McNelll. Mldml J. S. Sever 'of Hialeah, I.
been connected with the district Shank Mrs. Emmett Crowson, Jan. (-Meeting of Junior Wo. Yellow candles furnished the light P. McLean J. R. Rutland, Ruth

y public health nune'a office In Fort Tommy Crowson and Mr. Henn. man's Club. throughout the house. Rutland, Marjorie, Audrey and

Jan. Meeting of Homestead Mn. M. P. Walker, daughter of Wayne Longhorn, Richard Caves

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES MR. AND MRS. J. P. DYE Woman' Club. Mr. and Mrs. Caves, and her Jimmy Watson, John McLean andr
( Jan. 19-Meeting of 'w. M. U. Wilbur Cave
1 CELEBRATED AT LOfEZ HOMEThe ENTERTAIN AT DINNERMr daughter, Miss Virginia Walker,
and Mn. J. P. Dye enter. Jan. 10-Meeting of Homestead had charge of the book.
18th wedding anniversary ol 1 guest
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P-T. A. executive committee at MARVIN PRITCHARD 18
Mr. and Mn. Mario Lopes and tamed at a turkey and venison 3p.m. Those who assisted tn serving HONORED ON BIRTHDAY

the seventh wedding annlveruryof dinner at their home In Modell' Jan. 10-Meeting of University ,were: Mn. W Ii. Cave Mn. C. honoredon
Marvin Pritchard wa
Mr and Mn. Joseph W. Lowe on Friday. I Club at home of Mr. Bowling O. C. Rieke of Miami, Mn. Oeo. Bow
were celebrated at progressive Coven wee laid for: Mr Dye. of Miami, Miss Letitia Campbelland his twenty-second birthday
1 rummy party at the home of Mr. Jan. 11 Miss Eula Campbell. anniversary Monday night with a
-Meeting of Woodman'sCircle.
: Mn. ,Day of Hamilton -
; and Orvil
and Mrs. Lopez at Jungle Groveon Among those present were: Mr. party given by Miss Jva Dyal at
New Year's night. 111, Mr. and Mn. Clarence and Mn. Jesse Gossman, Dr. and
Jan.
11-Meeting of Redland the home of Her parent Mr. and
Mr Lowe presented Mrs. Lopez Jamleson of Bowling Gr* .:, Mo, Ladies Aid with Mra. Fritz Jack- Mn. Frank Hausman, Mr. and
I Mr*. J:. J. Dyal, Games and
o. with a varl-colored. decorated Mr. and Mrs., Robert Henry 01 ion Mn. B. R. Blggen, CoL and Mn.
New Year's cake. Bowling Grwm. Mo- Mr. end Mp.: Jan. 11-Meeting of Study Class i H. W. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. A. dancing were enjoyed during the

\\ Those present were: Mr. and I of Silver Palm W. M. S. at 2:30: R. Caves, Mr. and Mn. C E. Bui- evening.A .
Mn. Allan Harford Mr. and Mn. H. L Burnham Ur. and Mrs. 'C. o'clock Jn the church. lard Mr. and Mn. P. Frank Ray, pink and white birthday cake

Edw. Tlidale, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. H. Denby and son John, "Mr. and I Jan. 12-Stroud musical program Mr. and Mn. B. F. Collier, Mr. was the centerpiece of the dining;
Hollenbeck Mn. Georgia Gopp, Mn. C. A. Williams, Mr. and Mrs at Homestead Methodist and Mn. Ceo. Bow and sonof table. Punch wa served during;
Mbar Bertha and Mildred Craft Bowling O. Dye, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Church. ; Miami Mr. and Mra. Don E. the evening.

Mlsaea Merle and Martha January -Williams, Mrs. Maud Asberry, Jan. IS-Meeting of Garden Ferreyra, Mr. and Mn W. B. Others present were: Was Margaret -

Frank Lopez, E. F Marshall,. Mrs. Margaret Itanlels, Joe As. Club with Mrs. H. J. Brockett In Caves Mr. and Mn. W. B. Caves Berger, Miss Nina Pearl
Jack Marshall, Henry Dixon berry 'O. M. Jamteson of Bowling Florida City. Jrtt and son, Jackie, Mr. and Mn. Bush, Miss Henrietta Hartman.

Lewis Price, Adolph Lopez Mr. Green, Mo., Webster, Lenora and Jan. 17-Meet4igof Homestead M. P. Walker, Mr. and Mrs Floy Mill Alta Webster Miss Jane
and Mn. Lowe and Mr. and Mrs Charles Williams and Mr and P.-T. A. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Redd, Gatlin, Miss Jane Keely Muse
Lopei. Mn. J. P. Dye. Jan. IT-Meeting of Legion Mr. and Mn. J. S. Caves, Mr. and Mary and Betty Brown Miss

Auxlllarly In Legion Hall. Mrs. Lester Walkup, Mr. and Mrs. Doris Warr Miss Nina Bullard

STUDY GROUP HAS GARDEN CLUB IIEABS TALKS Jan. 20-Chicken supper of W. J. Tom Vann, Mr. and Mn. Carl I Miss Nina Dyal, Miss Virginia
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PROGRAM ON-BEAUTIFYING GARDENS M. S.Jan.. Holmer, Jr.. of Miami, Mr. and Frlck Noah Peterson, Gynn Warner -
IN
LIBRARY Different ways of beautifying 21-Meeting of Homestead Mn. C. J. Caves, Mr. and Mri. A. Clinton Bishop, Theodora'ranklln ,

r The study group sponsored by our gardens was the theme of B. P. W. C. In Florida City town B. Longhorn, Mn. Julia Polk, Harold Lumpkln, Canon
the University Club, at Its meeting talk. made by Mrs. R. W. Mul hall at 8 p. m. Mn. A. R. Meybem, Mr*. M. F. Malcolm, Robert Caves, Theodore

in the Lily Lawrence Bow Library line, Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith, Jan. 22-Meeting of Jennie Lob. White, Mrs. Henry E. Johnson, Cnowles and Pierre McDanieL

Wednesday night enjoyed I Mrs. D. W. Shetzline, Mri. N. G. dell Circle with Mn. Carl Anderson. '
a book report by Mn. R. J. Hester .
Ball and Mn. Holllster Sage at a
and character sketches of: meeting of the South Dade Gar Jan. 25W. M. S. tone meeting 'I
authon by Mn. B. M. Hindman, den Club Monday at the home of In Homestead Methodist
Mn. M. A. Logan Mrs. Ceo D. Church.
Us president, Mn R. J. Shepherd;
Ruehle, Mrs. James Bird, Mn. In Florida City Jan. 25=Meeting of Dorcas I

Ben Archer, Mrs. Lawrence Becker Miss Ahlcrs, a winter visitor In Class with Mrs. E. L. Lawrence :
Mrs R. J. Elliott, Mrs. Russell Jan. 31
Florida City told the members -Meeting ot University
Anderson, Miss Helen Daniel, Mrs.i .' about the Club's study In library at I
cotton tree that group
poplar
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Rudolph Mattson; Mra. Julian H. grows In Michigan. 8p.m. | ". am"I"n

i Webster and Mra. Paul Reynold Mn. Shelzlhw.said. that (M Feb. Redland Neighborhood
,Mrs. Bow directed the program. garden clubs County Circle meeting with Mn. George I! 1

Mn. Becker was elected vice- should work loathe removal olsign Wright !!i THE DIXIE DRUGCOUPON

chairman to fill a vacancy caused boards frenxttie highways as
by the resignation of Mn. Frank did the gardeirckib* in Mainethat ,

Webb. by united tBort_cleared theirblhw.y.

To on the waiting list, Mrs. .. OFFER
Robert Rutland and Mn. Oeo. E.'-Reed rave several x .
Dickinson were admitted Mn.to Lamar readings. Cod Liver Oil Concentrate l

benhip. Other present were: Mn. W. R ZPrr

., Th next meeting will be on Fisher, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mrs. TABLETS Pkg. of 110 "
An. 31. fas. M. Dobbin Mn. A. Desmond, '
Mn. H. J. Brock,", Mn. Wm. Each tablet equals a whole spoonful of I
IWeit Cod Uver Oil The simple, II'Y.'I ,
MRS. Dunlop, Mrs. Annie R. Butler and
1 THOMAS
BRE"'ERHOSTESS Mrs. Elherta Bute.Mn. i hand to o.e the vitamins of uretert 3

AT LUNCHEON H. J. Brockett will 'be Cod Liver Oil _'.fl I
i Mn. Thomas Brewer wa host- hostess to the club at her home In I
; eta to a luncheon at her home in Florida City on Jan. 19. JPI.J.r-.J A .ODuCt

Midland on Friday Those attending fm earn .. ..... .... ... AT THE 38245 DRUG STORE
were: Mn. L H. Heath night In the I. O. O. F. hall. > ejew a Los boom GET YOUR COUPON
ringtoo, Mn. Mr. and Mn. S. J. Cornell of .feet
Fred Koeci. Mrs Ms* ........ weft rsK
Binghamton N. J
James Elder, Mrs Harry Sohau- were admitted
to Vaada sad has
aw new member heeler
berger, Mn. Don M.
Nelson Mrs. ei .... W.-.
James Rrltchard Mri John Lynch. Those present were: Dr. Irene /I "

t Mn. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr. and Miss ihanklln, Mn Anna Mesaenmith, aeJtosi TbermlqaeWaves Croq11lpele
f B. Pritchard. tin. Blanche Chapman Mn. B. 4 Just

S. Capllngcr, Mn. R. W. Mulllns, Lard U.._ flea .........* CM.Mb I IN ONE CAPSULE Arrived
REBEKAHS PLAN Mn. Harry D. Wolfe, Mn. W. D. *
FORt
INSTALLATION I Ma.! SERVICES
R. O. Moon Mn. I. P. McLean, HLICE'S BeAUTY
Plans for the Installation of of Mn. A. W, Jones Mrs. Mollie PARLOR ettentUl Vila Complete Stock

fleers on Monday night of next Vlngate., Mn. Florence Pacettl, mint in this one
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week were made at a meeting of I Mn. Carrie McCullough and Mr. aes..NONLY captule. Vrte-
Liberty Rebekah lodge Monday and Mrs. Cornell _
mint ASDG of Gifts

are Included. "'..


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Friday, January 5, 1940' 'T THE LEADEH-ENTERPISE" ::Parts Nine


bliss, Mn S A. Turner, Mrs ,program that told of the society's Class of the Silver Palm Methodist ,y

Annie R. Butler Mn. Ora Frantic alms for the new year. Church will meet at the

and Afro T. E. ltlrb) I Present beside three named churchtiThursday.. Jan. 11 at 3:30

If Social Events I II Mrs E L. Lawrence will be, were: Mn J. P Dye Mrs. J. A. o'clock. "

hostess to the group on Feb. 14 ''McNeill], Mi.. Dan Williams Mn. ----
Mn. R. E. Edwards leader of Robert Glenn, Mrs Casper Williams forking Ilia Way e

Circle Four spoke on the New I Mrs C. D. Eaker, Mrs. J. J. Visitor: "Does Mr. Burton, a
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Year at a meeting held Wednesday 'Richards M... Lloyd Field and student, live here*'

US-TERN with Mn. S. H. Ritch as I Miss Jennie Lobdall. Landlady "Well a Mr. Burton
MASONS AND
HOMESTEAD STARS
hostess. I lives here but I thought he was t"r

I INSTALL OFFICERS AT JOINT MEETING Mrs Julia Polk gave a short The Missionary Society Study night watchman."-Ex. ry'r, f t

talk on "Th New Watch Word I ,
for the Year." Mn. T. D. Piche
Mrs. Frank Schneider was Installed ler, warden; Mn. Edw. Norman.sentineL MORE WEAR FROM M t
.worthy matron of Ad Astra talked on The Hymn of the !
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Year and Mrs. A. D. Smith
; on
Chapter of O.E S. and A. R M.y- Other Masonic officers Installed "
"Personal Service.
bem was Installed worshipful were: R. G. Moon, senior deacon; STOCKINGSWe've j
Those
present were: Mn. A. J. i
i master of the Royal Fatal lodgeof Henry Brooker, Jr. Junior deacon;
Van Marter, Mrs. Hollister Sag,
Masons at Joint Installation Frank Stillman, aenlor warden; Katharine FlshtrYOUR
Mrs. Emma Eby of Covlngton, I
services held on Thursday of last Gordon Ivey, junior warden; D. L.
Ky., Mrs. Quillan Smith, Mn. A.
I week in the I. O. O. r. hall Bowen, tyler; W. R. Bird, chap Dirersoe of Geed 1f.er.i.gieg unease '
D. Smith, Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott,
Other Ad Astra officers Installed lain; W. B. Caves, secretary; Preston vWe've
Mrs. Edwards, Mn. Piche and
were;: W. B. Caves, worthy patron B. Bird, treasurer
; Mrs,R.-W. Mullini, associate Mra. A. R. Livingston was, Installing Mn. Fitch. I spelt many an hoar In our textile laboratory mveiUgettng
wearing of
qualities
many well-known Brands of hairy be find mi t
mat.ron.a.iO.; : Moon, alatepe-, officer'for Ad Astra Chap 'what you da'to make
your stockings wear loager. earp wady"large
: tron; Mrs W B. Caves, secretary; ter, assisted by Mn. Harold Sheffield MRS. J. A. ROTHERHAM :of active girls and women/ .re helped us verify rbborav.
G. Turner chaplain, and Mn. E. J. ,HOSTESS TO CIRCLE tory finding on stockings actual .
Mrs. Chas. treasurer; as aa* Hare are tile Several things w."v.
i Max J,. W. English, conductress; Dyal, as marshal S. E. Livingston Mrs. J A.R th rh was learned wUet wttl kelp you lengthen the life of your Blockings

Mrs. A. R. Meybem, associate corn was Installing officer for the Ma hostess to the Redland Neighborhood First, buy a d brand *f hoalary. Before buying, plan your hosiery
dMtress; Mrs.,Lloyd Delta.orgsniiHUit Circle at bar home on Tuesday wardrobe eartfulTy, and buy the correct weight of: Blocking for the own. Z
sons.During aion for :which you will ass it. You'll And the following weight suitable .
t Herbert Katz, chaplain the ceremony, Mrs. T. L. afternoon. .
Mrs. E, J. Dyal, marshal; Miss Hodges sang "Star of the East" Mrs. W. ''E. Gaby gave several S-thread 1 and 2-thread for afternoon for evening wear ,

; Hazel Sullivan, Ada; Mr Henry accompanied by Mn W. Q. Tal- piano selections; Mrs.'Ceo. Wright 4-thread for street or business or informal wear

I Brooker. Jr., Ruth; Mrs Edwin bolt gave several humorous readings T-thread for service and sportswear
'McCurrahj Esther; Mist Julia I The hall was decorated with and Mn. Sam J. Davis played the ID-thread for extra service: "

Sullivan Martha; Mri. Sam J.Davis. : palm fronds, pine trees and poinsettias violin. Of :: hb:1ov: stockings do not wear an well a* the
j .'iKlccta; Mrs Annie R But- Refreshments of sandwiches, heavier '' ; r want to wear them on occasion for their
Ii fruit cake pnd orpnge juice wtr* beauty alon. IfIf

; HEARIETTE: SUPPER GIVEN FOR BAPTIST served. i Buy at leaiW2 Akfrs ef the sam color at the sam time. If one of :t
MISS IIARTMANHONORED The next meeting will be onl I each pair wears JUNIOR TRAINING UNION .
AT PARTY
there ia a price 3
safUmwben pain are bought.
Feb. 1, at the home of Mrs > ,
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Wrilht.\\
,1\11. Hrnrlctte Hartrnon washonored The Junior Training Union 01 Others present were: Bo sure the linings of your shoes are smooth to prevent unnecea-

.' it B party given by Mr the First Baptist Church of Home- Holmes, Mra Portia Bentley, Mrs | l Rough eyelets' or sharp-edged buckles may
and MrsBevo Webb on Friday stead was entertained at a welner snags and runs. t'
J. Lawrence
evening The guests attended the roast yesterday afternoon at the Scott and Miss Eta stockings on skin ,. The beet way tl f
Rotherham.
.1 dog fangs in Miami home of Mrs. Alex Brannen. Mrs. I : the leg of the down and slip the I i
: : the roll Into the toe. Theil straighten the }
Those attending were: Miss Bert Andrews was hostess with
Alta Webster Miss Nina Pearl W. M. S. COMMITTEE f and slowly unroll the smoothing
Mra Brannen. m.wcrOlus.the leg with the finger tips anti Straighten.
APPOINTMENTS MADE
Bush, Miss Elizabeth Skill, Miss Outdoor games were enjoyed 1' seam at the same time.
Hartman, Pierre McDaniel, Jack after supper. Mrs. E, S. Caplinger was ap.pointed wear garters after they hare lost their
Krome, John Fredricks, Dukes Those present were: Ruth Parker chairman of the local workof They should have plenty. of stretch. The
i West and Mr. and Mrs. Webb. Ruth and Betty Byrum, Gedaldine the W. M. S. of the Homestead always be clasped half-way down the
Shepard, Uldlne Faircloth, Methodist Church at a meeting part of the stocking, never In the
sheer part below the welt. Fasten garters while still'
UfIIAlIlI1 NeaN
: BRIAN WYNN HONORED Margaret Cason, Johnnie Nell Tuesday afternoon in the church "Dno.w seated In order to allow for knee action.

ON FOURTH ANNIVERSARY Kltt, Barbara Jean Smith, Floy Mrs. J. M. Holding Mn. SamJ. """/USES""" It ta Important, too, to buy the correct sis and
Brian Wynn: was I honored on Parker, Junior Pope, Bert Henry, Davis Mrs, J. P. Anderson, MnBruce length of atocktng. The sis stocking to buy t* the
his l fourth birthday anniversary Billy Melton, Irwin Melton, Em Ennia, Mn. Dave Williamsand actual length of your foot in Inches from the back of the heel to the end !
'" Miss Helen Livingston of the toe, neaaured along tile aid of the
with a party; given by his mother, ory Brannea, Lincoln Cason, were foot.
Mrs, Augustus Wynn, Wednesday! George Rucke/, Mrs. Andrews and I appointed as a program commit Th approximate length of atocklngs you require Is from the paint; \
, afternoon. j Mrs. Brannen tee. Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mrs. where yu fasten your garters to the bottom of the heal measured art
' Geo. Hanson, Mn. O. L Sho- : the aide.I Variations In sue of ankle, calf and top measurement snake
A color scheme of green and Bern difference in length requirements. The standard lengths for )
waiter; Mn L C Dodd and Mrs, I ICapllnger noeiary
yellow was Used In the decota- DORCAS CLASS ENTERTAINEDBY I are 28 inches <( ttonl 'Refreshments of cake and MRS. N. J. FLEMING were named as a com Avoid contact with sharp or rough objects, such as rough finger
mittee to have charge of the
Joe cream were served and candy Mn. N. J. Fleming was hostess ,or toe nails hard callouses or corns, settings of rings slivers of wood
favors( given the guests. Various to the Dorcas Class at her homeon chicken supper which the society I.and rough places on chain, and particularly desk. If you are an office
fDrrIwtrlPayed: } during the I Thursday afternoon of last will serve on Jan. 20. worker. Short bristly hair on the legs may also Injure the. delicate, silk
It was announced that a zone j thread in aheer atocklngs. Keep your toe nails smoothly pedicured. If)
afternoon. ,. week. meeting will be held in the Home- you have dry akin on feet or legs, use a akin lotion on it as regularly as
Those present were: JuanltaDcBerry i Mrs.. E. L. Lawrence presided stead Meth'odlst Church Jan. you do on your hands. If you art careful many of the, snags pulled,
Ann DeBerry, DaM over the business period.It on ,threads and runs which happen so quickly and are so diMatsoua. tan be
"WUOIiUnl Henry -Olaen, Jr.,. was announced that the next 23. avoided.
i Mrs Holding had charge ot a
Clifton DeBerry, Mra. A.a.lrs'l meeting will be held on Jan. 23:

Hardln, Mrs. J. G. ,Wynn. Mrs : with Mrs Lawrence. ,..........."......S.+Srr".............................'Y'o. ;;::.xtiwtivy- wstti'txtivti -=-=-=-=.:: : :,: :.:--:-:-: : : titvtivwvwvrr .I
Henry Olsen, Brian Wynn and' Those present were: Mrs. Julia . . . . . .VWISM1SNV''rSYrY.SYLSS.tiY.Y.tiS VLSwVKW:

Mis. Wynn. I Polk Mrs Homer Davis Mrs. J. .
j ---- Lawrence Scott, Mrs. Virgil Lyon, ;

MRS. OEO.: W. TURNER, JR. 'I Mrs. Pollard. Mrs. Georgia Faith- 0 FOR

HOSTESS TO REDLAND AID ful, Mrs. Edward Jones, Mrs. Law

Mr,. Geo. W.: Turner Jr. was I)rence and Mrs. Fleming.

hostel .14. Redland. Ladies';:
WEAR
Aid ft (Is annual Christmas party THREE W. M."V. CIRCLES
on tfcursrfay of last week. I DAVE JANUARY MEETINGSA

A tol&t scheme" of green and red I program en the "Royal Serv

wsf Carried put,;;tn the decorations j ice" was presented' at the meet-
an*l fefrfslylperite.ttf Ing of Circle One of the W. M. U. <

next meeting will be heldon I of the Flnt Baptist .Church of 'BENJTY J

i4iixf.lIJat.-th* home. of Mrs.frlW Homestead held on Tuesday eve Bt
J'clrtort..); ning, with Mrs, A. D. Rogers as !
Ttis pj*-:){.,ere: the Rev. I hostess at the home of Mn. J. H.
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and) Mrs CitO. Nelson Mrs.Thcitnos ,Scott.
Bre\YerIMra. E R. Gelds The next meeting will be heldon

bent...Mrs' Frank Stillman, Mrs Feb. 6 at the..home of Mrs. L. Floors that are built with good materials-that are laid
H. .
Armstronf, Mrs. Anna Met A. Wise.

ser"WttkJ-I". Geo. Deuel, Mrs Others present were: Mrs L. S. by skilled workmen-give years of service and grow more; t
A. Xt ,.* Mra. Jackson and Mrs Frank Irwin Mrs. Pete Morgan, beautiful with age. They cost little more than the ordi-

TlU'er. Mrs. W. B. Myrlck, Mn. C. E. j
,1 Saunders, Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. nary kind-and the difference amounts to only a few

MONDAY MUSIC CLUB TO G. A. West, Mrs" Jennie Smith, !
cents month the FHA Plan.
MEIT AT JOHNSON! HOME Mrs. Everett Douberly, Mrs. Beam a on .f t

THe Monday! Music Club will Brown Mrs D. L. Cantrell, Mrs.
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meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Wise and Miss Sara Sims. Now you can repair and remodel with convenient

Howard Johnson at 8 p. m. on Mr*. W. D. Horne was hostess to J
Monday Husbands of the members Circle Two at her horn Wednesday monthly payments.Call. {

are Invited to attend. Host- I Mn. J C. Vann, circle lead- "Y
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cue will be Mrs. W. E. Rheney, er, had chare of the business 62 for full information !
Mrs. H. K. Foulk, M.... R. E. Edwards period. Others present were Mrs. 3
and Mrs. Johnson. Bert Andrews, Mn, J. R. Cham- 1I



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Nifty Foods for Nineteen Forty I /118ne E tmSf! !

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kt -B, Frances Lee Barton-

here certain traits that
Housewives COLORS sensed. The
UU green of grass or leaves; the green)

1 of the oceans
+ I + f-+++++ 4-4.4-4 4.0-+ 4 +- : \ green salad.
beverage and
rOODS ARE FUEL WHICH el..rll-.U
GIVE THE BODY ENERGY: \' give one a feel

Whether one eats to live, or lives I(\ int of coolness'
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to rat, II'I po Ible to think of the J at Remember light. thin

human body IK a machine fort
f l I i J V when serving
,ii' forming 1 p"", stored energy of -- meals A cool

foodstuffs Into IIIIV" energy such looking salad attracts *

,r, heat work, exercise and other A cool tasting salad delights
activities gssoii'" tid I with life One A carefully balanced green salad U
ideal for these early Fall days, particularly -
the
difference, howtvu, between
By BETTY BARCLAY when the thermometer M.
body and an engine Ii that fuel still too nigh for comfort

does not become a part ot.he Make 11140 a "varloty year," with needed. Serve around lamb on Golden Mountain Rennet-Custard sea Drum Cheese Salad

engine But utter food or body rat least one new dish sack week ; plattor, sprinkling with minced 1 package orange rennet powder 1 package Urns-flavored gelatin!
fuel in eaten It become of for your family or gueit These parsley,
part 1 pint milk 1 cup hot water 1 cap grated cucumber -
the living organism Foods not recipe may be used for that big Broiled Egg.Noodle Nest 1 teaspoons lemon Juice : 1 tablespoon vinegar %

P;, only! run the machine; finally they holiday cold-weather dinner meals, or for that any are of yet the Perplexed housewives with three H cup apricot pulp teaspoon acraped onion: dull of!

are the machine. ahead. tempting and nutritious meal to \i cup sugar cayenne; H teaspoon saltf-l peck
i dally will welcome this 1 egK white an ((3 ounces) cream cheese; W
fuel Ii prepare
: Furnishing or energy one
Msgta Egg Nog suggested wb.at.lI.me.t combination Make rennet-custard accordingto cnplced green pepper) '.* pap
: i of the ways In which foods serve I tablespoons sweetened that his eye-appeal, sates directions on package. Then diced celery. .
the body. Almpst all kinds ol condensed milk appetites and saves both work and chill In refrigerator When readyto Dissolve gelatin In hot water 14
foods have tome fuel value. The X cup water I worry. serve, beat egg white until stiff. cucumber, vinegar onion, cayenne,'
digested product of protein, carbohydrate 'I egg % Ib. egg noodles Add sugar gradually until thoroughly and salt Fore through Steve. Chill.'

*, and fata In,, food are Few grain alt I I strips bacon blended. Add apricot pulp When slightly thickened gdd M tti?
Nutmeg 1 do*. stuffed olives) (prepared by rubbing cooked apricots softened cream ell...... Void to
burned In the body to. produce
Blend sweetened condensed milk Vfc cop butter through a sieve) and lemon green pepper and celery, turnlate
... heat and muscular activity and water. Add well.beaten egg Seasoning to taste lulce. Heap the glasses of rennet- individual molds and chin srtUfirm.
i Meats, eggs, fish, cheese and and a few grain of niL Beat with Boll egg noodles In boiling fatted custard with apricot whip, and If Fill mold with remaining!
: milk are among the chief sources egg beater. Bprjnkl. nutmeg on water until tender. Drain. Toss desired garnish with sections of thickened gelatin mixture. Chill, ao '
of protein. Carbohydrate are thstarches top. Serves L' egg noodle In seasoned, melted diced orange. tlL-flrnu Unmold on_ crisp UMaee.-
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batter to saute all strands. Garnish wits mayonnaise, tt sir.
Salad
: : and sugar, which we-of- OrangefVvneCheete
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serves
ten eat a* starchy vegetable like tt9sivas' ') I Make a circle of each bacon Start the new' year right by sera aired.
strip by fastening ends with tooth
; potatoes and rice, or flour pastes 4 U I Bavetooraage" peeled and pick. Fill center with butteredegg Log decaffeinated coffee; so that
of
your guest will be sure a ,004Dllht'
or breadstuff, or breakfast cereal allc4voiO '.) noodle Cut olives In halve
Bleep without worry oversleeping
t *. For a given weight, carbohydrates :Cooled M I and protein yield the SO prune* a, i clover fashion in center of mound In those coveted second cup First
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1 cup cottage cbeeieArrange Broil till bacon Is dODo Serve
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same amount of heat or energy in
I areas slices In circle with remaining egg noodles. For Drip Coffee Among Boy Magazines,
the body. Fat yield than I
i \ more 6n lettuce-covered salad plata.I a change substitute macaroni or
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twice at much. Center each with a prune stuffed spaghetti for the egg noodles. Use 1 wel!rounded tablespoon!
I Most authorities agree that nr with cheese serve with any de- decaffeinated coffee, drip grind, for \
aired dreaelng. I Hawaiian Fruit Bread each cup (H pint) of boiling BOYS LIFE
{ adult should get about 10. to 12
coffee
1 dates water. Preheat drip poLPut
per cent of his calories from protein Variation: Stuff prune with cup chopped
coffee In upper compartmentof
I I canned unsweetened
fooda, 23 to 30 per cent in the cream moistened cheese with or peanut juice butter I cup Hawaiian pineapple juiceI pot. Pour fresh, briskly boiling Standard fwblty.ties ferMI toy

form of fat, and about 60 per cen t orange tablespoons butter. or other water over It. Cover and lot stand
In the form of starches and sugars Roost Lamb French Style shortening In warm place until all water has In edHert, writers sad ."'""'

But remember, an ounce of fat, Prepare leg of lamb In the usual }4 cup honey dripped through once. Remove I recognized the best.*HitlrHeMt.
I for routing. Make an Incision 1 upper compartment and cover pot.
( such butter salad way erg _
a* or dressingyield ,
In knuckle end of leg and insert 1% cups sifted flour Serve. An Ideal Gift For Any Boy
i more than twice a* man]' % clove of garlic. Place on rack 1 cup nut meats Game for Nineteen Forty Send ".50 for y.or'ubicrlptlon .
calorie a* an ounce of protein I of roasting pan sprinkle with aalt H teaspoon saltS -
t The diet should aim contain llbr-, 1 I and pepper and dredge with flour. teaspoon baking powder The latest new In game la .

r amounts of fresh fruits and veietablet I Put into a hot oven (100 F.) reducing Heat pineapple Juice, add the Fisherman's Luck a lime consisting ....,.......
I and cereals ; I heat after II minutes Baste dates and cook over a low fire of small rod and reel with a k Begged edvestere
wholegraln t o
frequently with fat In pan. If more stirring occasionally until mixture rubber feather-tipped suction cup pgasef piareee.sewkeersesae.
supply vitamin and minerals, fat la needed use butter or dripping Is thick. Cool. Cream honey and at the end of the fishing line. The ...1'." ** end !ek.*...leash..
Milk, eggs, fruit and green o r of fat salt pork. Allow 20 shortening. Add beaten ere and object of the lame I* to cast the itotMl........-.........M.urn
yellow vegetable are called thi I minute te a pound for roaatlng. date mixture and nuts. Sift together feathered cup onto a target which
: protective foods.PLENTIFUL When roaat It cooked, remove to dry ingredients and add. I* made up of different Bah. Con. e
I Clatter and keep hot. Pour off part Pour Into well.greased loaf pan tack the matching game that I
t NUT CROP MEANS of fat, leaving about I tablespoons.Add 1014isthe: : .bottom of which platt with trl-colored triangles la BOY SCOUTS of AMtliaNwYei
I cups cooked dried Lima*, has been lined with waxed paper. a best seller that's a popular recipe
,: MANY CHANCES TO USE NUTS stir carefully or shake them In the Bake In a moderately low oven for holiday fun Quick Wit a quiz 1.- .,...". r

United State Department 01 absorbed. all the browned liquid la (325 F) for one hour. game played with cards Is another .
Agriculture report of the 1931: Add pepper and nit If Yield: 1 loaf. sure antidote for social Ice. -- -

crop of commercially grown nut

Indicate that this has been a goodyear nut for every quart of Ice cream All the more common one are Righto M Keep Your Face

for all varieties of nut over' I mixture. Black walnut and pistachio -I good sources of vitamin B 1. Pecans -I Son: "What I Is meant by the Don

most of the United State nut are especially good I in check again a* a good sourceof of contention, Pop?" i Looking And Feeling
In view of
this
good new, hen Ice cream. ffc> vitamin A Nearly all nut are Pop: "I'd lay It wa the jav

I I nuts* some timely Information about On them A D t(i bettor to Include )rich In phosphorus. And un- bone, son."-Capper'* Weekly. Fit With This New

nut B 1st of the regular blanched almonds, hazelnuts, wal-
Since must be if
they "
crisp and
meal. They; taWoncentrated a i nuts pecans and hickory nuts ait! '
t fresh to be good, It U Important try ale
i food to servesUupptemeat to a I good sources of iron DR.M.A.BERGEHDentist
to tore nut properly Nut an

,. rich In fat If this become randd,, I meal that is already adequate ) --- ..
Most nuts, In addition to being;I
the nut will have a disagreeable
rich in fat, contain protein.
flavor that will spoil, Instead ol l u.uul-j
r ly, however, it is better to I
+ add to, any bread, cake or candy. I Office Hours 8:30-4:3(1(
To ; them a* a source of fut than of
prevent kernel from becomlni:
protein! ; to get a sizeable amount
rancid, More them in an aulighl t : I
First National Bank
of protein from them, one has to
container and Wp them In a cool I' I GLASSEiTo
eat more fat than he ordinarily '
; dry place away from the light

p, In Special nut recipe are available!. I want Nuts to also get contribute from nub worthwhileamounts 'I i Building A

any cookbook But they
alao be may of vitamins and mineral I Open Evenings by Appointment
added to favorite nutkwi I At % PriceIe
recipe without changing the Ingredient '

*. Simply add one-fourtt 1G. V ?. lttct:

to one-halt cup of nut for every 0. Brewster, M. D.
Seed vision moans IMJ Insist,
cup of flour, to recipe for cake I, enjoyment of life fester 0 LIE
treetop
muffin, breads, biscuits, wafflesor Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat progress I III| yew work. "of Pawl

cookie To make a nut 1C4t'rtarn Treatment $..aanera' Cot ikrlok, )tees
add about one-halt cup o f Dr. B. F. Stebbins ilr any a.w..e
Olaat'I.Flt&l11 sy t eve shoves That Awe
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Dr. L. W. Stebbins , raffia. torn I ta II and kr
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i Be sure that year eyes are aa\ at .0 a.dae. .,. I mad blade fits your raw ex
L. BOWEN
I food. year brakee--have them D. rif owed -A bow aMN--Mr 6 60is ratty,.give you better shave

I tested at least ease each year SUMMER .rssar 'nd lot of them at real aaving.
DENTIST
DR. F. P. ARCHER HAIRCUT ._ _.. tOo COMFORT pea sorb o at w.rr..a .. Buy a package of Thin Gillette

Office Beam I a. m. to f .. as I I SHAMPOO _.-_ 'n too wall.sod h.ww sod. Every bed I from year dealer today.

r BuxUy t to 11 1 AND SON MESSAGE: 40o .A r.e..a.sass.s and alas,

t Closed: Saturdays Consulting Optometriat COOL AND SANITARY tear. sw..50ee a..awaygr II n.r" "." r'' a" :.1.fl" \'

1(21 W. Flatter St. Miami. Fla.ty Expert: and eenrleeaa services Mfutu-nicn ,
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COCKTAIL LOUNGE gad I-
Parking
Free Space A trial will be appreciated
.. 1.n. -'- Ground COFFEE SHOPcar
i tTM N. W. SITU IT. MIAMI area ....1... OfU/'tt. Of". Sldd.I .

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BAND NEWS RATE: First insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertions ,
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The 84 a line
BAPTIST CHVRCHOMESTIAD \0 .. .... ,_ Homestead High School I i
and fifth .. band made three trips to Miami --
-Dr. t. t Johnston pan, during the holidays.; On Christmas }i 1 1i
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for Bandar ghoul ., I:45 .. m proacLIS _: I night Mr Kendrick took the FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANKOITS

?| .. q.. M..nd7:00p.m.10.Y.P 0Kt school. 10. i bind to the stadium to see Miami _
RENT-One-story residence, SEE AND BUY finanUm Variety -
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SO p. m. Proper W"Qt
FLORIDA l High against an all-star New Jer-I with five rooms furnished on i GI'OW"I Florida City
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Jft ,80 a.av -Th. lter. C. ::
-.hail I al 10 .. sey team The band matched on S. W. Third street. Apply J. (a7tf> :
? "coot Ml-Th. Ro?. Noah r.Mr.ln. p... MMwork ".", | the field playing Harvard Spe- [ R. Bevis. (J-1>12))
"Mr. Sundaj wbool at 10 a. m '.....M.),e day al TiM.REDUNB, cial" and formed behind Miami'' I WANTED t ,

Mil m. and 790 p m ; II. Y. P U atSlid : High band for "The 81.11' Spangled FOR RENT-6 apartment with
m Pnl.r atrvle* at 7tltl p. m. 1 The .... TUTORING WANTED high
1/VrdaoMir./ C. 0. | Banner and without private baths from -

1 ichool League. at at Idl.!,.' On Saturday Dec.! 39, Mr. Dor- t8 to $30. Apply Homestead I school: and grade school subjects.Mrs. .

CATHOLIC HIM..tudy iey took the band to participate Variety Store. (p)28)) H. J Armstrong A. E,

1 rotors OP THE SACRED!: PEART- J> I in the King Orange Jamboree Plummer drive and Country

t.T. &J.. Soeond 0...".irrnu.ftlvtor Honoitoad Sundiy; the naia Rot at. parade. The parade l began at 10th FOR SALEFOR Club road.I .

lam.. wait d.r ...*. it 7 till dally., I street and the boulevard and end- I
a.Io.d.... Coaimnnloa athool Sunday lor ollowlns women the I o'clockii fin tr-H"Bible"Mhool The it ; ; :: ed at the Flagler street bridge. SALE-100 lb. capacity Cool- HAVE clients who will buy It

Randy of _nth, for mtn end ...,.. the .. 10., row ". The parade lasted over two hours erator let box almost new; one your place suits and b priced
ooeond Sunday of month. Holy hour Thuro.oar ... Jan. T- with brown enamel Florence J-burn right. Please bring or phone your
baforo first rrlcl.jr of month at 71 tlo, some sixty float and thirty:
tint Friday it 7 too a. .. Mean Ye by bands. er heater almost new; one vanity listings to Eleanor Froscher,

1 -i..edktion ol Un Slammed Baeramoat attar ,__"'_'''N" New Year's Day Mr Dorsey cabinet, new; one white cook Overseas Highway So. of Home-

again took the band to the table; ont Florence 3-burner sMad. Ph. 528-J. n-J-14
;,,1 CHRISTIAN: SCIENCE CHURCH stadium to take part in the Orange porcelain top stove and oven.

r'' FLORIDA CITT-Broadway and Sloth, Bowl JeiUvitioj. The band marchedthe L. W Posey, Posey's Garage, 11 RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished
.,, rtr as. SuHhy...... at ':'1 .. .. (or NNNwwNww. length of the field and Joined N. W. Second St, Homestead. or unfurnished. I have year
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,"" V"d r 10 roan of
> H II " .. imkick ......... ....I.Ia.. of ..... the state In playing the "Orange Morris, registered real estate
lap and 0,50.s. and remarks. .. .ow Our Bowl March" FOR SALE-On Redland Bold broker. N. Krome ave., next to
I a. TMAvupikited ,.bll. It arvd the"Star Spangled
10 tuna past Banner" arranged by Henry short distance south of Rtdlind Baptist Church. (julltf)

.Jswsll-LeR.oa:: ; -.etmoa topic.kl. of Future Fillmore, music composer The: ,.Woman' Club.. cottage. Partly
."OeIL -1' 1 vllle, Ind. bands were led by Mr. Fillmore. furnished. For Ml at give-away NOTICE or TAX APPLICATION DEED rot
..Il........' .. The bin.'I' price. See Wm. J.tSetonlmo Legion -I Ckaptor 17417-A a of' 1IU .
'. : .. .JIIUa.CII OF CHRIST Tag -offte*,'' Homestead. Pile A IHIO .
winning the ELEMENTARY NEWS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that M.
rJOM i Tltr D-rir' mau* and N. W. the best' (d811) 0. ....... belie of state and County, TaiCorUfloato
SIN Nasa Bible study ., 10 .. "., saw -f-a* I No 117' issued th. alb day
Hnanloa. fellowship, I and A group of Miss Jackson's room li glad to of July A. D. 1MT ban filed was la o,
E.ll m. rroaeklna at from the welcome a new student, Paul De- FOR SALE Trepan punts citrui ." ..., and box wade application for a.
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taa dead to W board th. RiM Or.IrTleaw
trees and /jtaoptax fruit Ji
1', CHURCH who with valcourt, from Louisiana. ........o. tad following d. orikod
OF GOD
to Dade First graders are sorry that season. Jungle Grove, Radiant pnro.rto la the County of Dado, SUM 01rIorid.
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I; '80.UTI1to.1oI.. W. rirat annual. tural three students are out because of road and Plummet' drive. Led. iT.'rJWk. I. Hialeah Hibrlta
r U. .... G.. Q. Coclln. ..._. Sundayiilaokonl to stay at illness. This Is delighted FOR RENT-Off ice''pf' esk IP'ca'In A_...... a Sulk, Plat' Hook II. Paoo
.' P.::4I a. m; pr a.har at 11 a. In.J group downtown section.! 14. Suction. '1. Towathlp II South,
M I sad f:41..a.; Junior Y. P.M 11 ahildr.n'i during their with the four beautiful framed : Phone Ram 41 ..'. In UM County ol
.. .ntln. M 1 la parameters Prarw aMt Dado, sate of Florida.
,.... I a. m, Wednesday.r 'Luckily : pictures ..nted by their grade NOTICE; OP APPLICATION rot Tho _.... ot amid property .-.
tive project mother Mrs. Wilson. TAX DKKD .... mid .....,,,... waa III the wan oflKtoba
CBTJRCH' rue Unit .....,....
OF.THE NAZARENE
the heavy Mrs.'Thurman's second graders rhrtlr It II....., a I.. that ThtlaM unions Amid otrtlfleato ahall W ro.lonntil .
>' a BOMEBTtAD-Tho ..... Robed R. would have are making an attractive border of Chandler..bold, 01 MltrM 1 of Cttr ol aoeordln (o law. the proporty Asawrbed
IdamT. oortUleato Numbno 18.44, / therein. will' bo oold. to tho klckrot
(h......, ...Ior. Sunday athool it I:" a. m.I The trip mow men Pod trees. feud the 4th day of I"',. A. O. ,.... k.. bided, .t tko Court kouM door oa UNflnt
t ......... al.1,11., i. onand 1le1 'o' sr.,. Tampa 1s Miss Ray's room Is glad to'wel. Mo AmId Cortifloato la mr offloo. And. Monday In tko month of Pokruarpi
I hu mil application fur tea oood to bow I.... wklck la tko lib day ol rokraary.
I IN, T P. L and 1..lon mttap at It"M'p. erly-by all a new student, Joanne Dox- '10_. /. aocoroanoo with la*. sow' >I.... _
.. Pray, nwtlni -WodnoHlaf ....I.r .., from Florida City. Cortt'irato oothraaoa tin '.110.1.l oo.IcrIM Dal...' of 0-... lads
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r/,4444111 MII-" P__.... situated In Date Ceo.". B.LEArs105 ,
r ?* R.
Po ft.TaINCETONTlte I The fifth and sixth grades will florkU ...-..It: Clark of Circuit.J::% Dado eou.....
k, (.... s. P. Own, repeat their minstrel ihow on Friday Lot I, Block.' It k Now OiNoia, I riorkla.Clmrt .
Plot
f Book Pan In the Cltr ofMiami. Court seat '
.,1"41 Sunday|. a..acfcool and ISM at lull* .aroarhlni. .Junior ) bight at 8 o'clock fof the general .. County at Dodo. Suu ofriorloa. up N. ft 6TERRETT.D. 4l.
:arras al 4 to*| young _1.'. .otlne I I.I I. public. The show has been The aiionmont at MM pntnorty moot 4Doo I'. '1. I'. Kill Ja.. I. 10591..
at S:,.. Proper mottliK Wednesday al' lengthened and is bigger and bet- DM wld Certificate lo uad WM ,IB UMMm
;.til* at'patlor. I
p. Plans for a of Unknown.Ualooa .
ter than formerly. Admission l5c:
ITISCOFAL I I Jupiter were and 25c. The black face cast is as- MM 1't\"dQ"\Certificate dead shell will H IOIIM rodonaoo'looordlna Wow Turner's Funeral Home
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Of Homestead nt on the of January. A. D. 140 I
the Old Fashioned Girls
n..IOIL oWoad ...... I by
and DotH thin in* 4ar of Ommkir, A. D. ,
afternoon at'
.....rth ......, HoaMitoadl the RAW R. r. 'I colorful costumes Who entertain "". t4-m AMBULANCE SERVICE
'....kf..... roctor. Holy oonaninloa at j 1'Frank Skill E. R. LKATHERUAN. 'j I I
.tW .. m: Sunday Samuel M liM| more song and dance. Clark of Clrault Court, Dad flaunty, Lady Alteadant
tot >r.,.. a* II. I The camp Mrs. Cooper's room welcomes Florida.Olraull .
j for S Sunday I the mid-term pupil Ralph Wheeler Court Seat I Phone 8u4-R Homestepd, n.
Geoff iaftt p. m. I : Br N. C. iTERKETT D. C.
eebp.g services, "The MM.Vmt ,,girl is to Tenn. Mrs. 1//. DM.. II. it. 19 Met I... I, IS. 1H40I garThe

'.;. ,M14d.,1be-New Testament".1,ing whether -lor Mrs. .Cooper

'T plc., for.J n. T: "The Quitter The absent because of'Illness the
Who Mule Good." a bicycle hike of the week.

plan to leave Mrs. Flfleld's pupils have made New

FBEE METHODIST at 9 and potter of vegetable and frulb. "

FLORIDA CITY-Tho R... Wesley C. Ardel group welcome Patsy Pad- I
lmmpoatov.\ Sunday orkool I p. m.i served candy .. as a new pupil
imothlni. I and 7:10 a. m. Tuaidayprayit __
starting at 7 too p. m.
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METHODISTRoMESrlADT16 ..... I. I. ........ BIRD'SIndorsed i 1940 PONTIACDelivers
.....r. Sunday' .bool ., It45 .. a.i
Iuar .s it a. a. and 7:10 p. 'a. I
1.055. At Rafe i p. a.i HI bass
.. S:It p. a.l; ...... ...... at .10 p. m.. I
Pro,a motlnc al T too p. m.


naiMUnr An. Jlornlnf RtifK*."" Wedneod.// i in HomesteadDe '

tile choir. L J. Lyon. directing; '
evening sermon: "Cod's Eternal )I USED CARS j'

QaesL" The junior choir will be

la charts of the evening music. I our used cars always represent cue.. value-7.07-the ( Luxe Equipped))

SILVER WlM-Tho ..... J. E. Wallwpoalor. I ones lilted below are nnU sally choice and we recommend {
Sunday acbool every Sunday at any one of them for your consideration.

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EXPERT 1935 FORD COUPE ; rumble seat; good con- j

dition ; good tires; cheap.


BARBERING : 1935 PONTIAC TWO-DOOR SEDAN ; very $880 !

I good condition. 4

HAIRCUT ...... 40c I: I
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1936! OLDS 4-DOOR SEDAN original paint
SHAMPOO 40c ; ;
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good tires; excellent condition. Coupe e e a $880

MASSAGE ...... 40c

19.16 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR TOURING SE- j 2-Door Touring Sedan 925 j

BUShI'SBARBER DAN'-original paint; geed condition;


good tires.PRESTON 4-Door Touring Sedan 975


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Paae Ttve1t- ; T E'tRADERENTERPISE"FridaiJ.ntnry.5 r, tca, '

'5,760'CARS ROLL Florida Motorist.Pay t

$3,500,000 in Gas Taxes, % 4 Bra
ti MY cooDNCSS BETTY.IAYOL YOU 00tfT
INTO STATE IN Jacksonville, Jan. 4,-Florida MATT KNOW WMMI TO SHOPS TO#
motorist will pay to the federal WRONG' MORROW rn wet YOU WITH //
S-HOUR PERIOD government during 193) a total ei s' Slit LIKES ME TO, A GROCERY THAT HA(" //
THE NICEST VtCITABin
11 VE6LTABLES'10 /
$3,500,000 In gasoline taxes, Ber /
IVtR SAW /
Wittl"AND IT" TO YOU
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Tampa, Jin. "...*OTNS)-Returning wick Florida Anderson Petroleum, secretary Industries of Com the ti 00 PLEASE GET GOOD NINE, OUT ISAN'T. on

from a state traffic survey, mittee, estimated today.: This will GROCERY I '
Asher Frank, director of the )'orl.IIa be as. Increaaa of 6 4 per cent over /8 1t flKN SHOPPING lab /
'MM' 1938 and la additional to the $24- f r .
Safety Cbuncll stated \that 01111
260,000 that the motorists will pay: s
four main highway leidlnr into In hate gasoline taxes during the anON
florid showed that between 0 year
a. m. and 8 p nv, 12 tan per minute .1 "The federal gasoline tax adds ; A Iii l a4 l.vLlw :) taunt'At/ "tfreferrliRANKLIN A, alt'
were coning Intd the Ute, or 14 per cent to the tax cost of gasoline
9,780 can during this eight hour purchased la Florida," said [ S : *
'JIn1od. Mr Anderson 'tipaas, _1M' RSTOKELEY'S /
The'survey shows that thesecsrr "Originally: enacted by: Congress -
are carrying1 an average of In 1932 ai a 'temporary' levy, the :: MONITOR *
three passengers or 17.299 visitors duplicating' federal tax has been :
an Coming, !Into,the state each 8,extended repeatedly, despite the N TOMATO' KETCHUP:
hour '. Thi* survey didn't cover fact that gasoline 1 ta already overtaxed Peaches: :Co.K: :ISc .
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bus train or truck travel. by many aUtes. Many members II OZ.BOTTLE. .. .
There' of Congress have stated that .&.cIHLEK'S -
are approximately 7,500
miles ot state maintained roads the federal tax should be repealed, =- MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE .
It U estimated that In'is 90-day and approximately half of the legislatures an
ot the states have petitioned Lb.
y period there will be over 800,000
visiting can In Florida, and with Congress to atop subjectIng j Zsc PORE
the total"',000 Florida,registeredvehicles motorists to double tax jeopardy PRESERVES r
,ihla Will give Us nearly a painting Out that, gasoline .. 1 LB. TALL .

million ithe state maintained road, or a
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congestion of. 133 cart to every .
mile of highway In Florida.Mr brothers Dean Cross of Davie, :: babe Z6c .
Frank sold that If these can Ala, Harm Cross of Mlddleport, HEINZ ASSORTEDSOUPS- .*
were placed bumper-to-bumper it Ala, Tllmothy Croat of Letart, W '
would make a line reaching from Va., George Cross of Racine and 10' St
Tampa 10 lot Angeles. Further, Robert. Cross ot Flnley, Kan. : Potatoes tic
these (00,000 can would bring over I Lbs. :
LARGE27ro
a million and a half visitors to .
the state. EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING' ANY BRAND ..
He laid that every driver and
pedestrian must be on his guard. : COUNTY JUST
Drive end walk carefully, for the :: MILK :l9c j
traffic we have at this time of the Prompt service on all I cans CORN or PEAS
year If the heaviest and unless we J
do this it will cause congestion on makes-specializing on pj* DILLON'S '
the streets and highways of the automobile radios 2 Cans 19c r
stste Dodd I:: PEANUT BUTTER 2 Lb. jar 25c '.m
Funeral of Princeton L. C. i:

Farmer Held Tuesday Flowen Bldg. :I sj" 1VIIITE RING PLAIN IDEAL ::
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Funeral services for Emil How Homestead Florida 'I I'I:: Ib. DOG FOOD ;
ard Cross,83,who died at his home II'I :Flour a: 20 bag 79cCLOVER ;
near Princeton Dec. 30, were held IIII
3 Cans 25c
Tuesday afternoon at the Turnei II BLOOM .an
Funeral Home. Burial was In Palm .
Cemetery, Naranja. NEWT G. BALL II .
Mr. Cross a native of Chicago, ;5 SHIPPED EGGS Doz. 33c FANCY I Lb. ;.
Came to south Dade County to NOTARY PUBLIC 1 ,
engage In farming 20 yean ago. .
tie to survived by: his wife Mn. a. iEDIIAItT'S RICE .23c
Adelaide Cross; three sons Howard {'ire Insurance and il .

Josephine all ,of Donald Princeton Flckeni and; four Gordon sisters of Racine Cross Mn Kindred Lines II;S: Chili or Tamales N Can 03 :l8c Georgia Smoked *..

Ohio, Mrs Nellie Smart of Marlon, .
UN. Krome Are.'REDLAND BACON ::
Ohio, Mri.
Flora Cooper of Mar.
tin's Ferry W. Vs., and Miss Clara ;: JEWEL LARD 4 l lb. pkg. 44e
Cross cf Philadelphia; and five : : .
.J. I Ib. 18c
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q I no i BABY LIMA BEANS 3 Ibs. 19c SYLVAN FARMS :;

*. Roll
/ NEW CLEANING LIQUID Butters


? FLEECY WHITE Qt. Bot. 13c lb. 34 :;

BRANDFERTILIZERS ;}tr
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; -jf GEORGIA SPARE RIBS .21bs.25cjCOLDCOIX : : :

> Sweet Yams 5 Ib. 15c .

: .: r LONG CRISP SLICED BACON lb. 23c <
/1 BRING'BIGGER Bunch tOe ." ''V *' "%

'1 r Iccbcrg Lettuce Lamb. Shoulders w V 15c;:

; CROP r _

,t ,} .! 2 hds. 17c MILK FED BONED and ROLLED,
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i : ',' VEAL ROAST 1b.
DIVIDENDSFlorida
: 'l | GREEN TOP
Isle
+ .f fj :/ Carrots 2 bunches 15c Fresh Pork Shoulder, .................... lb. [
Whole er Shank Ball .

j !.: GOLDEN BANANAS RIPE 3 lbs. 13c HOME-MADE


East Coast .Fertilizer Co. APPLES YORK IMPERIAL 5 Ibs. 19c Sausage:, I ibm '25Ct .-


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