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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00261
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVIII-NO. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 PKUfc; FIVE ChftJS:




1 I Entire Administration Retained II I








I To Widen Highway I'I HARRIS' MAJORITY PLACED AT



To Miarhi to 150 Feet
348); MORE THAN HALF AGAIN



AID OF LOCAL)!Baseball-Playing :Mules To.Make CAMPBELL'S TOTAL OF VOTES '

I. Debut Here In Lions Benefit ,Game .fa


COFCASKEDTO Did you ever see jackass bM-of which will. be added to the we-I THE WEATHER Wynn's 607 and Rue's' &*0

ball playsra\ -the fourfootedkind fare fund ot the club. Totals Win Four-Year

? There'll be come in Home- The Rev. J. E. Johnstone, pastor Council TermsTABULATION
of the First Baptist Church, spoke ornew ....... ePaot 01 doe sebb"b rsael..at
stead Feb. 13.
GET DEEDS "Democracy and Christianity"at llatloa, ..-..4, ?riwM
These Missouri Canaries will be the meeting, SHOWS

the feature attraction, of a baseball "Enemle of Democracy also are ; 797 BALLOTS CAST
Diu,. I, au i a.4.
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game being planned by the Bad' enemies 'of Christianity." Dr. _II -
Obtaining Rteht-of-Way land District Lions Club. Teams Johnstone ...Id.It you would! Jan. S I 83 I 54 |12 1-:99T Enelish, Dorsev, Burton

Only Holdup, to composed of club members will save the Ideals and principle ef, Jan. 6 I 78 I 57 130081. Fail to Poll Victorious
our country, you must safeguardand Jan. 7 | 78 I 85 1 I
Work StartEDUCATIONAL I play and all except e pitchers Count
uphold Christianity Man 1*I Jan. 8 178 I 81 |S010021|
and catcher will be astride mule motivated to perform the noble I Jan. 0 | 74 I 184 130,22| 005
s. DRIVE Plans for the game were discussed and good thing In life by Christianity -, Jan 10 |114 I 411 UO.JJ] Voters of Homestead went to
REQUESTED BY REDD I at a Lions club meeting These leaden of countries I Jan 11 I I 148 |130.181| the poll Tuesday and evidencedtheir
Lester Lawrence where Democracy Is crushed hateChristianity
I Tuesday: night satisfaction In the present
was named chairman of a committee because it would serve
2 Boulevarded Lanes of to arrange the event proceeds to dislodge them" I city government by re-electing
Concrete Consideredfor I CUT PHQNI RATE Mayor Tom Harris and five Incumbent *
city councllmen.
Project MEN! Bids Given Civic Clubs i TO AFFECT 365 Mayor Harriet received a totalof
IIULS.-CAGE To 587 vote, while his opponent
Widening of the 20-foot Federal Library''Warmnig"' Claude Campbell, city tax ansenor

i',.-Ighway: from Miami Homestead WIN TILTS ,FROM Members of local clubs and civic IN, LOCALAREA City,I received Councilmen Zl>; J. G.Wynn and

to 150 feet a* won a* right-of-way I organisation' city official sad cast 607 and 540 vote, respectively -
from property owner can be;ob* MIAMI AND BEACH ,county commissioner are receiving About 385 subscribers .of the received the two highest num-
tamed, was announced by J. D. special Invitations attend Homestead( office of the Southern ber of votes and for this reason
-----' the public house warming for /will be the holdover councilmen lit
:Redd county commissioner at
1. a The Grower of Homestead High, Lily Lawrence Bow Library which Bell Telephone& Telegraph: Company the next election J. R. Dorvey re-
meeting "tt the Redland District School continued to display top-, will be held from 8 to 9 p. m. on will be affected by a recent celved the smallest vote in the
Chamber of Commerce Wednesday notch basketball form last week Jan. 18, It was announced by A. ruling at Tallahassee by the state council nee 245.
night ., *>y defeating Miami Hi by a score, R. Livingston president of the library railroad commission concerning I The other successful candidate
Mr. Redd requested the chamber of 20 to 18 Tuesday night and board, members of which I rate for French or handset type for council seats and their re
to aid the board of commissioner trouncing Miami Beach by a 23 will be host of the affair telephone The ruling lifts a 'Pf'ctl'e'otel follow: W R Bird
In the project by Influencing prop to 21 score Friday night I Mr*. L. L. Bow librarian, will charge of IS rents per month madeto 337; E. C. Chronlster. 524; and T.
erty owners along the road to deed The local team will try to continue I be guest of honor at the house subscribers using the telephonefor E Kirby, 458J .
over needed land. Many property the winning streak when it i warming./ The program will consist two year continuously and reduces W. English the othn" d*.
owner along the highway, as wella play Ponce de Leon here Monday of short talks by Mr*. Bow the charge to those used for tested candidate, received J71votee
In other sections of the county.are and Lake Worth at Lake and the officials to be followed bya a lesser period of time from S3 I .
reluctant to- part with their Worth Tuesday get-together session cents to 10 Vents.Subscribers W B Caves, election clerk reported -
land because. they do not realize I Friday night's game Wit playedon -- -- of the Homestead a total of 797 \ote nu*
thejbenefit, derived from Improved the Miami Beach floor befcre I exchange will feel Its affects I east There were no challenge"< he
roads, he Mid. An educational crowd of 700. Both team played CENSUS STARTED when they receive their next bill. said and the balloting In the fire
campaign by the chamber wouldbe a close, well guarded game At the I Th territory served by the local station progressed smooth I front
of great aid to the commissioners ,end of the first quarter the score exchange extends from Florida 8 o'clock In the morning until un-
in bringing the widening project i was but ta 2, with hall ead HERE TO OBTAINBUSINESS City to Goulds. Practically all down
to an early start, Mr. Redd I trailing Al the end of the the telephones used In this area are the The greater number of,0\('- was
pointed out I score was 10 all, but when the I handset type. cast in the morning when approximately t
Mr Redd suggested that the next' session started the Growers DATA 450 ballot were marked
chamber 'make perional contact' took command They kept the lead and Inserted In the ballot boxe
Frank Morris Victim
with property owners along the 'and then when the end wu but [ I Work of counting the votes was
highway.The : :one and one-half minutes away Of Crash, RecoveringFrank started shortly after 7 o'clock by j
widening will be started aa I froze the ball and cinched the vic Approximately 80 places of Mr*. A. R. Livingston Howard
soon a* the right-of-way I is obtained i tory. The Grower eyes, how I business in Homestead have filed Morris of Homestead Is Lamb and E. F Brooker, Inspectors
Mr. Redd laid ever, were not sharp In regard to ,return In the national business at his home recovering from Injuries and Mr. Cave r
tion of an "island" of conatrue-I i free throw Only one charity toss I census which started last Saturday received In an automobile' Holdover councilmen from the )
shrubbery In the center of the out of 11 wa made good. accident Saturday on the Feder"lhl.hway 1937 election are Henn Bronker, l
according: to Thomas Theus,
highway along with, the widening The game with Miami High near Perrine He won I 1Jr., and Benjamin W Mor
work also Is being considered, Tuesday wa played here. Early :who I* making the survey here. j his way: home from Miami when
he said, to divide the highway Into scoring was slow In this ,ama, i The census i* expected to be completed his car collided with one being W P A WORKMEN
two lane. too Homestead led 4 to I at the throughout the nation by backed out on the highway bya i
end of the first quarter, but durIng I Mr Morris thrown
Thomas 1:. Kirby president of negro was
April 1, when housing, farm and '
the council, Introduced the sub the second quarter the boys clear ofhl a tu and suffered severe .0 BE INCREASED '
ject of mall train service for Home. !turned on the heavy artillery and population census will be started i head injuries. He was takento
stead end the membership votedto the session ended with the score Mr. Theua 1* one of twelve persons the Kendall hospital and Mon- \
seek some mean to obtain It. 11 to. 12 in Homestead favor. making the survey In Dade day was brought to the Post Graduate DURING JANUARY i
E. C. Chronlater George W. Turn- During the third quarter Miami County. When his work hat been I hospital at Homestead wherehe
Hi narrowed the gap and began to remained several day -
erg Jr. and Herman Mark were i .(
completed hen he will take up ..
named a* a committee to confer prove a threat for Homestead Jacksonville, Jan 11-An emergency .
with S. E. Livingston local post- I victory But the v"ltonlpun hit duties In Florida City. 1-CENT TAX DROPPED Increase of 2,500 In the employment 1
(Continued on Page Five) failed to continue during the closing Complete detail of business are I Tallahassee, Jan. H.-J'NS- roll for Florida duringthe
I quarter and the Grower held being sought by the national government Attorney General Glbbs ruled month of January hat been !
Growers (Continued on 1 age Six) and these will be used In ,last week that cities and countiesof granted by Washington State Admtntatrator k:
Dade Potato
seeking solution to the unemployment the state do not have to pay Roy Schroder an. ,. ;
To Hear Dr. D. F. FisherDr. 4Taintingss Exhibited In j problem and In seeking busl the state tax of seven cent a gallon pounced. "
Local Library by WPA beat stabilization. Mr*. Theui said on distillate used to propel "Thl Increase: was granted after -
I I
D. F. fisher of the bureauof I'All Information contained in the vehicle The attorney general I an urgent appeal had been ?"
plant industry United State Four oil painting depicting the:.,.reti'rn I* to be kept strictly confl- ruled that the lila' legislature In ,made to the Washington. htad- *"'
Department of Agriculture, will beauty foliage and climatic conditions de...,.1 by the government, he ex levying the tax on gasoline lublli-I quarters, In which the co-ipero" 1
address potato growers of Dade in Florida are being exhibited plained. I tutes, did not apply It to .s or ilion of Senator Charles 0 Andrews *
county at the Blue Goose PackingHouse at the Lily Lawrence Bow Practically complete Information counties -or state agencie He I I i and Senator Claude Pepper, :
at Gould Tuesday night Library by the Florida art proj- a* to the economic status of point out that while they are required I together with the five congn-i-ilon- j
He will di.HIIIIbe handling of ect of the WPA. The paintings are Homestead and the Redland District to pay the gasoline i al representatives gave added "mphnslt I
Irish potatoes in transit under re the work of Lucian A. D Vllon. will be available soon after this la a levy on the dealer talC'l, This special concr.*ion I
'to frigeration pre-coollng and ventilation The exhibition will be changed!the census la completed, Mr. Theus the distillate tax I* directed at 'has only been granted for January
1 L factors. periodically. said. I Ultr ..lUi (Continued on Page Six) t

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., Pacre LEADER.ENTERPISU, Friday, January I

{south Dade. J. R. 15(00 ,Death Claims Mother )
Copyright Law Draws Opposition !i* general! chairman of amasjt- Mussel } .t
Wm.
I'o Of Movies, Radio, Composer Charges I ments will be for host the at a local flak club fry for which the I Mn hi,

visitor ; FCmatal services for Mr. *.
A plea to help stop a movement representative $ MstMi smock 60, Jll
of the federal The copyright law protect faalus The conunJttKs foltow: 'ttlaerary of II
lining at amendment ,Jin. Wn. Muftalwhite
Charles T. Fuehs, Jr.,, chairman -
copyright law and passageof and make its efforts worthwhile Luther L. Chandler J D. dead. who died unexpectedly I
law forbidding composers from I Mr Bowers said Such composers |IRedd. J, R. Mothers Donald Neese: ImmolMlM were held
119 Stephen Foster and John public utility Frank B. Rue ch i'man afternoon at the Homestead
organizing was made by Frederick I Howard Payne died in poverty because {' W. M. Fiflcld Paul Reynolds, odist Church, with the Rev I
V. Bowen. composer of "Because they rccci'"id little or no (Adrian Jacobs, George N. W,ikt- J Richards officiating Burial
,' Atony," "The Pit :monetary reward for t then work field Howard Johnson: meld 1 Ro\ In Palm Cemtery at !
Soot' and other popular hits, at a meeting of the Homestead I ney, L H Lehman, UUP,,,'L:i 11,;\igc of arrangements -col-eye
the Rev R. F. acMord' Di A. N: \ Mrs. Smoak came to Dade
Rotary Club Wedn. o
LOII.tn. P. J. Franklin Wainwright! ty from \\allerboro S C 35 !
its on. She Is survived by her
Einst Fi ed Redd mu Mr Bower. who It on a goodwill 11,,nmei'!. P k,'r Hlidnin clliir-! bund C. O Smoak; two
tour of the state under sp'in- man 'T. J Bh-H i !. !E. B BId.kburn' Clarence Smoak of Kendall :
orsfcrp of the American SIM i" t i\ ,Mrs. Juli'. n H Webster, Ralph Wilson Fred Smoak of Immokalce;
fellowship. Adrian Jacob'. daughter Mrs. William
of Authors PUshers
Composer and 1FREDERICK
chnirmjn, Allan Kissam, Bud white of Homestead; two
interspersed his talk v\ oli iHardin! Btfvo Webb, Max Loaner,I Mrs. Dora Lowery and Mr.
songs: of the early 1900*. He sang "1 Edward Stlllng C. J Parman W.IY. I Glenn of Homestead and
, /. the songs after the manner of the Bush, Julian H. Webster, publicity brothers Christopher, :
noted singers and musical comedyartiata Ben Archer, newspapers, andCharles and Walter Hosts
\; ( H, Steffanl., Dade County
: of that period. P
booklets: Boy Scouts and parking Nice Going
Hotel association, the notion William J. Geronlmo. How I* your ion doing in
t picture Industry and radio companies
OJ r art uniting in effort to I
? amend the copyright: law Mr. '
Bowers charged The law he said. .
assures a composer or author a
steady Income for his work if It IeiWhyNotNewJar
Mw
Is used for commercial purpose ar llJ # !
The same organizations would for V BOWERS
bid the composer from organizingand I
having his association make ha laid Now a composition may 1
collections for his work from the be copyrighted for 28 year and at ,
, many place that use his composition the end of that time renewed for ?
f *. 23 year more.
The copyright law was passed Mr. Bower pointed out that
In 1897 but It was not until 17 music is the basis of all entertain
years later that a test case ment and constitute 87 per cent
proved It* legality and placed It of radio programs. late'f clean, the past is roads give you swell chance to
!. In working order, Mr. Bowers said Committees were announced for TilE
. Victor Herbert brought the suit the annual motorcade on Friday, you're making a new tryout BuiCoilSpringing's gentle
against a New York restaurant Jan. 26, In which member* andguests ride raw weather emphasizeshope
beginning on a new year you
owner who was using his music. of the Miami Rotary Club
UnisteelBodies
Mr. Herbert then formed will be and finer the stout snugness of
the society will visit point interest In the happier
of which Mr. Bower Is a farming and Stfc. section of by- Fisher and the convenience -
about
, and richer how doing
of Flash-Way Direction
the job up right?
; Signal.
You the fun possibilities in
spot
ISO Now when most need firm
you
I this brilliant and buoyant Buick
\Je rubber soft tiptoe
' I. new sure
I just by watching it flash by, but brakes- Buick's- automatic

, S have been in to try it?
on This Reg. 33.96 Combination you choke- stout, taut frames and

1 r Do you know what it's like rugged bodies, and why wait for

first hand, we mean-to have a spring to buy beauty that gives

Box Springs anci; < hundred-plus- Dynafksh horse your spirits a lift?

Innerspring .. power waiting your treadle Then too, driving speeds are

j foot's nudge? Have you sampled naturally lower now and driving

Mattress II the thrill in such an engine microdistances shorter making this

poise-balanced to the best time of all to get a car

smoothness a properly started in life.
'
ats1.01 wrist watch So figure it out! It'i a new year.

dFjCkkTfor can't hope to You've turned a new leaf. Ask

s equal? your Buick dealer what a new

1 Buick will cost you now and

1 s.Ir Ion!, Today's win. let every month of 1940 con..

1 Ri.= :m, ter-roughened tribute to a happy new year!

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aeeeanta for Vila aemuUionaJ efrer. Hotel typo, 220.
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call ...u.-. sisal padded with eyelet veaUlaton and cloth
handles M-eoll......... Inner rail '_&rIK'U... with pre.

built border. IQih-rnde, striped Ucklaf. Deeply lartetl
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.January?1940 THE TEADER-FNTERPISE ;
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Chalk'Talker'Attlst-;' .." .. ,.., I V j

Plans A.Church Bixler,ProgramWilliam artist 1 EGGS C. C.

chalk talker, will present a program 29c IWEST'S SPECIALS OLEO I i
of religious drawing lb.
music at the Church of God Sun- Doz. 11C f
day night Mr. Bixler draws Bible
scenes and Illustrate well-known
hymns with colored chalks as he FOR FRIDAY and i
SATURDAY
talks and IIn,.. He will be accompanied ..
by Mr. Busier on the i
will accordion be taken.A free will offering RHODE ISLAND RED FRIERS ON FOOT. e e e Lb. 27c I
Mr. Blxler is the author of four
books, two of which an on chalk-
talking and l Is working on a fifth, Extra FancyPEACHES
which will contain many of his Stokley's No. 2K 15c Swift t Premium
Illustrated-songs--and--pocnu- can I ,
Northern Gets I I
Rcdlands College Fruit Exhibt, BLACKBERRIES, No. 2 can lOc '! SHOULDER .. Ib.16cMilL'

An Interentinu collection of I iLamb
tropical end sul-lioimal fruit has I !'" Any I STEW - 2 lbs. 25c
been sent to the Seth College. rand'19c
Northampton, M.m. li, Col 11 I: .. 3 tall I
Chops Ib 32c .
W Johnston of llomi nd SPCLImnv -I, I u u u
of 18 difr' urn( f'"lh' ore I 1..1. I
eluded In 1'1' i,..,\liih ', ..mo'igi/ I Lego' Lamb lb. 2Sc
in which the Tan one,.of.,ci 1 11;Auk'" n.ll..terp'I'n i plant The, I BULK LARD Compound 3 Ibs 31c
coloring matter hum the needs of
this plant it used us a basis for II JERSEY CREAM COUNTRY ROLL
lipstick Aim exhibited are the GRAIN
I RICE 22c j
granadlola often used tor fla\or- '
fnjf sherbets, the Congo melon, Sits. Ib.
34cS'JGAR.
which will keep In good condition
for a year, the Nicerba Island
breadfruit, and.the sugar apple '
I II Ii 'I 51is- 23c CUDAIIY'S

i (With Order) PICNIC HAMS lb. 18c



DOOND001tut I [ i JAM PURE 2-lb.Jar 22c PORK'CHOPS LEAN, WESTERN lb. 25c I

-
ADlllIEIT I SALT 3 boxes lOc
( BEST C.IIE) WESTERN SQUARE CUT

> ( : P. & G. SOAP, 3 Bars .__n..n. lOc WHITE BACON 2 lbs. 25c


MEAL, Juliette Sl lbs. 15c 'I"
FRESH LITTLE PIG PORK


@ It will surpriseyou probably LIMA BEANS 2 Ibs. 15c: / SHOUL ftS _........_m lb. ]54c!

to learn, .
that there are 25cII A 1\1 S? .. ............... lb. 22c
855 telephone TOILET TISSUE, .n n.. 6 rolls
serving the compul"I Back Bone, Lean, Meaty. .. Ib. 23c

ern eastern Bell states. I Coffee, Maxwell House......Ib. 25c Side Meat, with rib .. ... .. .. Ib. 18c
Telegraph Company is the

largest it is true. But the I.. Swift Jewell Lard,._. 4 lb. pkg. 41c SPARE RIBS.. .. .. .. .. nib. 15e
other 854 have the important .
job of serving about ,i SAUSAGE, Home-made .. .. lb. 21c
1,400 southern communities I /LAGA! OR PURE GOLD
which have total of
come 314,300 telephones.a SYRUP 1-2 gal.. 35C Ga. Red Smoked Sausage..2 Ibs. 29c

Southern Bell Is pleased

the that lines its lines of connect these other with SPRY 3lb. canLibbys 51clAPPLES 5 Ibs. 19c

southern companies,blank.
!
etlng the South with a vast

network boundaries of wires between-so companies that- Peaches, No. 2/! can.16c BANANAS 3 Ibs. 12c !

are not barriers to Pears No. 2l/2 19c !
quick, South-wide telephone can. CARROTS .__... ..... 2 bunches 15c
service.

Through teamwork and SELF-RISING Fancy Celery, large stalk ...... tOeFLOUR
friendly cooperation,these 5 Ib. ..... .. .22 e I

855 companies southern work telephone together 10 Ib.1.. ....... .35c ONIONS ____...... ......... lb. 3/2c! i

to furnish the South with 20 Ib.. ....... .65c .
service that is fast,.efficient fRESH TOMATOES __.__.. .. Ib. 5c '

and dependable. FREE SOAP IRISH POTATOES ....... 10 lb. 25c :f

Libby's Tomato Juice, 3 tall cans 21c 't 1
'Sdumuij BELL TRUHODE'. With Octagon Chips, large box...23c

'm TELEGRAPH caDPH9Iaseaccsaris( j With Octagon Granulated Soap..9c MATCHES, 3 large boxes -'---.. lOc .i.il


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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE
20 Years AgoIIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllH11111llll
P,0e40d. Pridars .> ..._N. ri 1...
.r the _" Dade P. ".hln. t..n

INS OnrIC01P
11M IRCBEtnt .- states The Idiocies mesa ace tabs Mr.fc .
J U 79Gopo >". fr.m HIM rt *. a._..4
BitorvrlM ..'.WIh" II... 1L sail
.n4 M MCMiJ clam Mil cause ,- an the _'h FI.rI4. ....... and
Wants II. Hit, it tin cwt ." .. (I wrtirf Oct. ST, It... with ts. Unu.it .
._1.... ri.rU.. under the wt or ..4 Uukr.Jan. .

Nand 3. IIT. 13. UZ'

IMCltrriON( RATES -", The election for town of.
b Date county ____.__ 1..11 fleers passed without event The
........ W Dada CWMrtf ___ 1..11 ballots were counted by council
Thursday night and the official

Still No Settlement of Jap- returns are as follows: Mayor s.
A. King, 80. Town clerk: O W.
American Difficulties Moon 41; L. M. Smelser 28. Tax
assessor: E\F. Brooker, 25; L. B.
Continued effort of Japanese
Gandy, 43. Councilmen: W..T.
Foreign Minister Nomura to find Tweedell; J. D. Redd S3; Horn

a bail for settlement of disagreements er Sillivan 3D; J. a Tower 38;
between Japan and the W. F. Pennlngton, 38; D. H. Flow.
en, 30; J. T. Vann, 28; H. Brook.er .
United States, before the Japanese- !J 14hhi
Au.i 24; J. B. Moffett 14 These
Americas commercial treaty expires -
officers will be Installed at a near
Jan. 26, have thus far failedto date along with Joe Burton and C.

bring the two countries Into ac- W. Little constituting the councilfor
cord. the coming year. ."
I -"Monday marked the openingof
The recent announcement by
I the Homestead Bakery & Con.
; the Japanese government that It Ii | fectlonery, under the capable man.

i Intends to open the Yangtze River ;; agement of Chas. T. Fuchi, Jr..."

: oc'I\'pn Shanghai and Nanking te'l -"''Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ishmaelare
F all nitions. and also reopen part of I spending a few days with Edward

: the Pt'art River to trade received lr | rl2srSEAt. Stillng and wife. Mrs. Ish.
mael was the first white lady to
r i io "tical reception at the state '
i .- come here in the original Detroit
dep.riment.' Secretary Hull's atttu | y colony ten years ago."

I teemed to be that he would I OS TilE STAT& -"The second semester of that)

bei, v ,' this concession is In good I, Of TZO&JMr"sfj" Homestead school begins qn the. '
faith only after the reopening of I Ii .. 26th of this month. ."
II | ,' -"The Standard Growers' Ex.
those rivers was an accomplished 7
i fact I change will ship two cars of tomatoes
I this week a car of this
t Moreover according to earlier i coming from W. R. Burton's farmat
:. reports the United States Insists Royal Palm Hammock. A car
any settlement of the present difficulties was also shipped from the Naranja
i with Japan must be .. ....."" house. "
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bated on a guarantee of the territorial .....R"f" ..'III1IJIJIM.
-"C. D. Bryant and wife of
r China integrity-. guarantee and sovereignty Japan seems of The strange OPOSSUM? like the Kangaroo When the status of Florida was changedin Blakely, Ga, arrived Sunday

unlikely to make. of Australia, carries its young afterbirth 1846, from a territory to a state, a state morning to spend the winter with j .

China's present trouble dates In a pouch. When the youngsters seal was provided for, it being stipulated W. O. Bryant t

r buck to 1931 when Japan Invaded crow larger they climb aboard the mother'sback that the first governor of the state should -"Mattie M. Hill widow of the 4
Manchuria In violation of the for free transportation and when late C. W. Hill of Silver Palm, has
: Nine-Power Treaty. Reluctant to they can see what's eol'I.9D.! There are approve the design. Governor Mostly was purchased the Sam McKinstry
: become too deeply involved, Great about 20 different specof\ opossums, the first governor of the state and it is house on Church street "
1 Britain held back and the United some with pouches, acme without, but all presumed that he suggested the design of -"Mr. and Mrs. Haines of New
States allowed Japan to go ahead 1 do their gadding about at night. They are the seal. It was officially adopted in 1847. Orleans are visiting their daughter
with Its conquest when England I found in = ally every section of Flor- This seal was used until supplanted in 1866 Mrs. E. S. Caplinger" '
refused I* take a stand against It Ma. 31 by the present state seat Its-"The regular Rain weekly or Shine meeting Club with held
The present undeclared war hast
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Mrs. Lee .
Lehman on Wednesday.
been going on for two and one-half TTTTTTTTTTTVvvTvvvvvTvTVCURRENT. .._.._MM_.......__ .
partment. Right-of-way has already "The Homestead boys' basket
years. A review of activities up
been secured between Miami ball team went to Miami Friday
to the present time reveals the following
factor and Fort Lauderdale. This will Children in Court night and played the V M. C A.
I relieve! Fdsral No. 1 of the vast team. The score was 49 to 18 Our
1. Japan has lost a million men COMMENT By Judge Malcolm llatfleld
amount of truck hauling to and boys have not had enough practiceyet

killed and wounded; spent 12 billion By AGNEW WELSH. MiamiAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAA.AAAA. from the east "Gold Coast." -....-.............,-.............M..M..MNO to tackle a highly trained team
yen; taken ever most of e e such as that of the Y: .U C. A'Chase .
China' sea coast 600 miles of the One of those syndicated holiday HARM: INTENDEDA Its Co. will I ship two cars '
Yangtze River; conquered most of An Ohio chain store advertise stores was headed, "Kiss the cane was tried in a juvenllle of tomatoes this week 'and four or I
I the principal cities: and intendsIn 20-lb. bats ot oranges at $7 cents. Malden Under the Mistletoe" court which revealed that four five cars of citrus ;fmlU. They y yare
the future to consolidate her a e When I asked Uncle Ike's ...-.ctlon girls broke Into a lake cottage and preparing to handle a large : ,
winnings, set up e puppet state he "Any kissing of tomato "
Goebbels says the Nails will to that, replied crop. 1
stayed there several at time.
days
like Uu In Manchuria a
one established -
win Just let him try saying anything maidens I do will be right slap- The owner of the cottage seldom I -"The Highland branch packing -
and deal with this fake
government to exploit China and to the contrary and see dab under the nose" pervldln' the used It but when he came back house shipped three. cars ot
red doesn't 'run' tomatoes: this week.' i
what will happen to him.
exclude the rest of the world. e from the city one day he found
-"The Association
Homestead Growers'
2. China has lost two millions I Press reports show 459 violent When asked whether he had any were the also girl using In possession his wife's clothing They will ship about three cars sat

Idl<'> either killed or wounded; deaths during the Christmas holi- contribution for the liars' national and other personal tomatoes this week, the tomatoes
belongings.The
lost 5 to 10 million civilians through day: some burned to death and contest old Uncle Ike said he being in better condition than
I disease and starvation directly some froze to death. Illinois and Hadn't any lies but a few great girls came from good homes usual The various managers of :
brought about by the war lost New York headed the list with 43 truths, such for instance as the were good students and had never local packing houses in Homesteadand
200,000 non-combatants directly each. Pennsylvania had 28, Ohio Jersey mosquitoes, a great many of committed any previous mis vicinity met in the Growers' _
due to Indiscriminate bombings, 22; Georgia had 20 and Florida which will weigh a pound and demeanors. It was discovered, Association office Tuesday night I .
and lost untold, billions throu.hpl'OpI'rty 7'1 they craw) out on the tree limbs I however that they had no Interesting and decided on definite standards
damage China bases I Speaking) of "walks" Ickes, the and bark. task to perform during their of grading, peeking loading and .
futures operations on continued retreat human porcupine says" If things long summer vacations Their other features! of packing house :
harrowing the Japanese with do not go just right at the convention It Is strange what a hold t vile parents would not permit them management :. I
I aruerrilla warfare the consolidation maybe there will be a politician can get on the people.A to work. There were servants at -"A very pleasant hike and ;;
of forces under one command third party or "rump' conventionor poll of 3,300 voters in Louisiana home therefore they were nol camping trip was enjoyed by the '
and a final blow after Japan has something like that take place. showed 60 per cent of them obliged to perform household Boy. Scouts of Homestead the,three ;
sufficiently exhausted Its army byJ e thought Huey Long wielded a duties. The town in which they days before ChrUsmar. Leaving .
Indecisive conquest A Washington dispatch says that good Influence In spite of the fact lived offered few amusement foi Homestead early MondiY morning, :
3. United States citizens In we have sold a hundred million that an equal number of them de- girls of their age, except tennis, they walked to Royat PfiUh Hhm-
China have been subjected to Indignities dollars worth of war materials to clared their \belief that the elections reading and some fancy work; mock where the three days were
by Japanese soldiers; Europe since the embargo was there In recent years had the long summer days were devoidof spent in regular camp life >. The
J many American missions and hospitals lifted Now of course we're not not been fairly conducted. amusement chief pastimes wren fishing and
have suffered from the Indiscriminate going into this fight but if you'll a a These girls came upon the cottage swimming Wednesday afitr-
bombings, two Unit- Just reach down into our boat-tops It Is costing the European nations one day. while on a hike noon the return hike was made.
," ed State sailors wen killed when I you'll find a lot of daggers that 150 million dollars a day to Without giving a thought concerning Those making the coipplfte hfc| '
the U. S. S. Panay was bombed will help In the slaughter. carry on their war. That's burnIng ownership, they made: themselves I both ways were Scout st-t R L.
and machine-gunned and American up money I'd say, Just to at home. Each girl told Hamon, Henry BrooW; William
owned private property has I Archaeologists have found that gratify I fotae pride or an unholy her parents that the cottage belonged DeBerry Carl .
1,,: ben destroyed The United States the Indians of the West raised ambition. to a relative"of one efth. LdVelqndt Herbe I'
l. however, supplied Japan with 54 I vegetables! in 'Colorado-nearly other girls and s fit they were allowed ert Carter Fel TllfWtewart
r r.', per trot of Its vital war Imports(2,000 years ago, evidence eon Political marathons seem to be to go there at will. In time. Keen and '
1 i. to 193T, 68 per cent In 1138. and,land pumpkins having been found the order of the day franklin said they began to consider the cottage -The Ladies' Aid will live a -
f: .r hiring the first two months of the'In caves there The tree-ring calendar maybe he'd 'take a walk In case their own and used It as such 'Get Acquainted' reception on
present European!: war has Jumped was used to determine their the national convention failed to When the case was explained, the. Thursday afternoon at 1 p. m. in
y this amount by 21 per cent In age. endorse the new Deal-a blow to owner withdrew his charges ark! the lecture room ot the church." I
I Garner. Now comes At Smith who made for
specific Items, we supplied Japan arrangements! the girt (lloridaClry.)
t with n per cent of Its aviation The Palm Beach Sun I is authority was the standard bearer In 1>2S to continue using the cottage. Tim -"Mrs C. D.Latterne and Harriet -
gasoline and >0 per cent of Its I for the statement that a four- and says he will feel obliged to parents of these girls learned thai have gone on a visit to MnLattemer a l
scrip !Iron, steel and copper. Cotton lane, 200 foot wide freight high take another political amble If the while boys can find much to fit at West, Palm Beach to .
export to Japan In 1138 was a way Is to be built from Miami toJacksonville convention does endorse the N. D.. their vacations, girls often tuffei be gone several days. (Florida
million bale by the state road de- so there you are. from idleness. aty) ,

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6 YEAR OUTPUT I HIGHWAYS\ !


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master Mr. Kirby pointed out f
SET AT 6,000,0001 II that ouch Homestead-bound mall
held
was up In Miami because ot
,eft" i'Insufficient transportation facilities .
Detroit, Jan 11.-In connection :
with the 28th anniversary of his The chamber voted affirmative. I
association with General Motors, IT on a suggestion of Mm. Sam,
M. E. Coyle general manager, Specter to form in auxiliary of the ,
Chevrolet Motor Division, announced organization among wives of memo i ibcrt
the completion of the, Mrs. Specter suggested that f
aljc-millionth automobile built during the auxiliary be formed to take!
the past six years by the industry care of the social activities of the
's leader. chamber and to assist In the beauUflcaUon .
During this period, when Chev. of the new festival
rolet has averaged a mlllion-a- building She consented to contact *
year production Mr. Coyle has wives of the members and ar
served as general manager of this range a meeting
largest G. M. unit. He became W. P. Cash, chairman of the
affiliated with 20, mi, the first? year that saw structlon of the festival
auto production In the country: reported that the bUlldln.'j
pass the 200,000 mark about one-fourth '.
Chevrolet six-millionth car I will be finished by Feb 1. I
during this six-year period came E. H Callaher manager of the
oft the assembly line at Flint Dec. fruit festival, reported he I I. com
22, giving the company the unique Dieting plans for advertising the
distinction of having been the only fruit festival lie said he has received -
auto manufacturer to maintain permission from large Miami -
such an average In recent years I companies to place a small 0oll'CA.w ht r..... ..&a Yee
Mr Coyle paid high tribute to festival advertisement within All ""- '---
C. E. Wetherald, general manufacturing their large newspaper displays. New De w.:,...Colle t t
Card heralding the fete will be
manager, and W. E. Hol-
ler, general tales manager, whose placed on busses operating In the v..,, "r .
state, he said, and large placardswill
close co-operation and mutual effort New NWW AM AIle
have been responsible for the be distributed freely In Miami. .......WT.*F.
establishment of this unusual rec- Mr. Gallaher said he will request Chevrolet-world a largest builder of trucks-now offers Ite ,
bus companies to run special now line for ''''-541 models on nine wheelbase length, all '=P014101"o na.se
ord.By way of contrast, Mr. Coyle busses Jo Homestead duringthe selling In the lowest price ran,tl ..,..,,...:?w.wws
compared Chevrolet's current pro- The progress chamber of voted the festival to discharge.he Eirra-powerful Valve.In.Head Engines ..u..tron.1- _M...Tied emko
duction rate with that set by the old post office committee. Mr. Hypold Rear Ales eitra-eturdr truck units throughout e. s..r.r.daweLama.-
entire Industry in 1911, drawing Kirby appointed a new one composed make alt these new Chevrolets gluttons Jot work whether you .....6-W a' ..
on his memory of early days with of J. D. Redd, Sam Specterand choose Sedan Delivery or a Heavy Duty Cab-Over-Engine model. _. yr =- +
General Motors, which was found- J. W English. Anal Chevrolet's famous six-cylinder economy v.>. plus the :.. ,
ed only three years before. exceptional dependability and long life of LoevratetViKka t .,,,, i1.-:.::
In that year, 210,000 automobileswere alone has produced more than _m that ell Gf them are misers with tour MMrMf. when It Arr cr s_.,__
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manufactured by all companies 300,000 cars and trucks In the last comes to gas, oil and upkeep. .. at__.'
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In the country Chevrolet quarter of 1(39
Oweee Chevrolet truck for 1M. and you choose tM nation's XMV.
greatest truck values the beat haulers, beat savers and "bwt
eeUore" the entire truck Held ." Alore than Were tA1
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1938 Chevrolet De Luxe Town Sedan-low FLA. ...... PHONE tW.
mileage; original paint; reconditioned << -
and guaranteed.
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1938 Pontiac 4-door Touring: Sedan-owned I ,
and operated in the Iledland District;


1937 completely Ford and Sedan-thoroughly guaranteed.guaranteed. reconditoned .- BEST REAL ESTATE BUYS


1936 Chevrolet De Luxe 2-door Sedan-

priced to sell. I IN HOMESTEAD TODAY

1935 Plymouth Coupe-as clean a low I
priced car as there Is.

1935 Plymouth 2-door-a good, clean car. 5 acres on corner Kings Highway

193 Ford Tudor Sedan-two of these; and Krome Ave. Will subdivide into

priced right; in A-l condition. 22 residential lots. Half cash, bal

1931 Chevrolet V/t ton truck-dual wheels;
closed cab; flat farm body; ready to go ance in one year.

to work.Bird << Krome Ave.
86 foot frontage on

south of Baptist Church. Half cash ,

Chevrolet Co.Oldest I balance in one year. !

", Home on N. E. 17th St. Price right i

for all cash. ...
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Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast

Homestead, Florida Telephone 98 Two lots on 7th St..between Krome :

and First Ave. $250, subject to City '!

of Homestead tax. i

EDWARD STILING This at my personal property and can and will
be delivered on any price agreed upon. :


REALTORReal BENJ. WARREN MORRIS 01:'

Estate General Insurance

I Registered Real Estate Broker j
NOTARY PUBLIC N. KROMI AVENGE NEJT TO BAPTIST CHURCH r
Cor. Palm A vt. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla. i I
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I I by the division of highway planning during the first M day of ug
II.H.S.CAGEMENContinued i STATE PRESSES showed that there were 17,064 -

motor vehicles bring operated in The report show the pet"

( fries;; Page One) 1 DRIVE ON DRUNK Florida with defective Hghts. A made 134 ........; 11 for drgtl4s,

on to their lead. They froze the report on the activities of toe driving 47 for driving wiHMaA,
ball during the last three minutes CAR OPERATORS Florida Highway Patrol from Dec. driven' Ike.... 29 for operiSi

of play II to Dec. 31, Just released by Ma- overweight truck. TO for reckjMtj)
I During this game also, the Growers jor H N. Klrkman captain In driving 1 for passing school busea.

couldn't connect with free Tallahassee Jan 11-(FNS)- command of the patrol, shows that 1] for having Improper lightrtfor ,
I throws They made only four out Florida the the patrol requested 4.8JJ corrections having Improper tags, and J
began new with
year
of Ie.I of defective light to be mad for parking on highway '
I I The box score fur the Miami 143 leas drunken and reckless drivers I .
Bv ABNIJt CORDONT7ITLORZSCENCI : Beach-llomertead game follow: menacing live and limb of
Web WW fellow motorist her ,
on masonry maC KaMrtMj nrftvflWteal on highways
1. Go4wU. f I I ]Must. fr s a e
terlal result from salt tarried aw**,**. i e. AUM rI 7 I I, according to W. F. Reid, director '
!ito exterior surface by moisture in I MrM Mm*, fI : n Department of Public Safety. ( ;,
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: t *}Mk fE. ,.
;wan and there deposited in crystalline
I Klr_. s I. .,L *SI, 0 I. 4 Director Reid said that since the I
I, form by evaporation. C. Btoktxv s I' *'*.**. a I e e driver license '
new law became
Excessive water and high salt eons -tvtn. m 9.1, To the Voters of >
test la sew construction make tffloroacene I TOW II I WOeu., sTool 1 I.Ria" effective, 118 drivers' license
more pronounced. A* the testy. e f a e I/ I 1 have been revoked and 27 have .
\building age, deposit often wear been suspended) for 30 or more.
away eliminating ..-au, for re t day*. Drunken driving was the HomesteadI
'aBevaLEfflanscaaee Following ii the box score for
reason for the revocation of the "
most frequently occurs the Miami High-Homestead game:
where walks subject to frequent tlammlmt r.t\pf'MIa' Blah raft,( majority of the license revoked.
window sills Golwt. ( ( I *:OHWM: t : : 1 The state 1* really bearing downon
AX CocttniMd.... rhM ... ( e t McitoMd.MrMM f ,
..... f 1 B.ink. t I I twaiwa drunken driving, Reid said A wish to express my appreciation
tan, exeotslvo humidity, Impose I a I''.....'/1... a 0 1 1 drunken person driving on the
t )(due to faulty eonrtrucUoa may well 'u....... | I I'llno, a f I etali. l I and thanks for the support given me din
(remit to salt deposits.. a | a al Mik I e l1TMM highway a* dangerous a* one
be removed by -- : eftTOW with a gun firing into a crowd;
Deposits :
usually
II ItlRMrUn.DM. I a e e the election of Jan. 9. After servIng -
I and while the Florida Highway
TISOrow.pplicattoa of Abu or wire e fie
,
IIrwb. Patrol Is emphasizing education
four councilman it is
If rubbing is.ffective.crab Total islets years as f
proves of the public In proper driving
''deposit area with acid wash composed habit and issuing warnings for gratifying to know that services .
of I part murtatte acid, 4 to 10 Beauticians Gain 29-24 my
improper driving, it I strict
I II very
parts where water.possible.Avoid Bin** wall morur with Joints clear Win Over Rusty's Boys In the enforcement of the law have been satisfactory. :'

water. Fellow with diluted ammonia against drunken driving. :
I will continue to the to
I solution pint to t gallons of water Rusty' basketball team of Petition have been filed with serve city .
-HO assure removal of add. Homestead lost hard-fought the of 3:
I of a Department Public Safety the best of my ability during the coming
Reappearance deposit may no
battle with the Close Beauty Shop asking for the relicensing of several
'(soluble eesltat..ucowi.e salt la material washings are until ea> quintet 29 to 24, at the Miami High person whose driven' licenses four years to which I have been

:ba luted. School gymnasium Wednesday !have been revoked for drunken' "
Q.-How OlD blue ctala la lumberbe night The game wa another In driving, but the law make the' elected. 1
avoided the East Coast League schedule revocation of the license of all
A.-To prevent blue stain lumber and the result set Homestead back persons convicted of drunken, I
'should be shellacked and wherever
possible, back-primed with* durable Into third place. driving mandatory and provide I
waterproof' paint The game ended at the scheduled that such person shall not be, FRANK B. RUE i
Aa effective back primer Is com time with t 24 to 24 tie. The eligible for drivers' license withinone
pond ol equal pans (by volume) soft beauty shop ,.player* made their year thereafter. r'
:paste white lead and pure raw linseed additional poinoMn an overtime Last year Arthur B. Hale, chairman
olL Son Addp.Vls.. plat liquid drier per" gal period. Homestead's aggregationwai of the state" road department

.- aa you' eufgast formula for wet..."'ipy the absence of stated that a survey' made
:good borne made paint remover! Alton Home and. Orvil Day from
A.-Then I* a* practical formulafor the lineup.
the borne. preparaUoa of paint re The litthestead! boy water their
mover.Rave tune sad money by pure new white suite, bearing blue letters -
EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING
chasing high quality remover at paint for the tint time Wednesday Card of Thanks
ore.
l turnovers la paste tore are. moot night They will play CUnnlnbani' ,- ,. .
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f tarecttve. Sport Shop team In the
1 Home tead pmt next. Wednesday I wish to thank my fellow citizens for the vote .,'

Following l la the box Prompt service on all given me Tuesday whereby I was re-elected] to the
VPAy
,,, makes
I aootT'1!--arr:1. specializing on
A. Bwnw. f 4'11'11'01' .- e a
M. Hl.k.... ft llCOO.! ... i 1 I 4 automobile radios city council.
w. W1116'.eeeixu-t. t tutB.
(Continued from Po.o) Itckt

y i and may be withdrawn after thattime c.m. Luy=I: If 4tliKi-e s trek.. a a :eel 1 :il I L. Ca Dodd II

." Mr. Schroder said !. IIcDaa1. t I II .-w. e t I lTOWI CIIRONISTER

"Florida entered the year 1939 -}tai ':..e ass: Flower BUg.

} with a total project employment .- Tetal .ii i _
i rill of 53000. Reduction during I

\ t the first dx month of the year I I
: brought the total down to 46,000 as per cent higher than would have
of June 30. 1939-the end of the been the case without special
: 1938-39 fiscal year. Under the new quota assignments that were made
relief bill effective July 1. 1039, during the period""Because
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Immediate reduction throughoutthe of general Florida conditions .. ..

> WPA program were necessary, several special, assignments .
j and a* a result of the curtailment were allowed In the project: .... .'

;' of activity the project employ- employment roll. with the result, / '. i

ment rolls, a* well a* administrative that the division of employment I\.t

wen substantially pruned. was' able to keep about 3,000 extra : TO THE CITIZENS
As of Sept 30, 1939 the project person at work when other f .
. ., employment rolls reflected a total part of the country were being .:
ri of approximately 37,000 about 10 cut down -'
OF HOMESTEAD"
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,G To those who voted for me I wish to


; IN APPRECIATIONI express my sincere thanks and assure them !

gist I will work for the best interests of
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: the taxpayers at all times during: the term


to which I was re-elected.



f am _deeply appreciative oft :, To those who did not see fit to support

my candidacy I bear no ill will. I Invite

the vote given me by the citizens 4
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. them to co-operate> with this administration

of Homestead in Tuesdays elec- .in a continuation of policies looking toward .


tion. I shall keep on trying to the up-building of Homestead.'''

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merit your confidence. T. J. HARRIS >


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12.1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPTSE Pale fiovon

'!While be was visiting .kit mother Mrs. M. WelotOy at Wheeling Little Nome Becker has bern a t
her. his sister. Mrs John Roberta I W. Vs., aDd Joe Hunter were guest at the home of her grand-
the former Min Eia Aroxarena married Friday in the court home ... tMV Mr*. Charles Becker for
In and aroundHomestead cam down from Tallahaaaee accompanied Iin Miami. They are now living In the part two weeks.Mr .
by Mr Roberta, io a a ToMMHri cottage on Avenue) B. -

family reunion On hi* return to *. S. S Shields has returned y
Seattle Mr. Atkins will enter the The Ladlas' AM Society of the from a visit with relative In MI.
I University of Washington to study Florida City. OMwminity Chun ami.
aeronautical engineering met Wednesday at tile homo of
Mrs Lucy Hole
II Mrs. Selma Mattaon spent the
Dorothy Pearson and Evelyn, week-end with her -lIIw and
so "
Mr. and Mrs. A. F Arthur left I Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baker haveas Patrick both of Miami will visit' Mrs. A. C. Stamford and hereon I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
on Thursday of last week to. visit their guests for several weeks, Melba Van Winkle over the week of Athena, Tenn, left on Becker.
relatives for several week in Mrs S. J. Trout of Knoxville end. Monday after a visit of ten daysat I -
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Lewes, Del Tenn, and her children Edna and the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. C.Cloniniper. t
Len. I Mrs. John Zciler and Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Waldin entertained .
Balm of N. J
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cave have on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mrs. Guttenburg ,
a* guest for a few day Misses Mr. and Mrs. J R. Brooks had Budge of Miami, her brother and Bishop and Mrs. Fox of De- arrived Friday for the teason.
Eleanor and Mary Coleman of as a guest Thursday, Dr. L. R. lister-ln-law and Mr. and Mrs. I troit, and Miss Clara M. Root of
New York. Before returning they Marshall of New York and Miami George Tiffany of New York. Holly Hill Fla. are guest of Mrs. Roland of Danla spent last
expect to visit Cuba. Beach. I i I Mayor: and Mrs. Edward Stiling. week with her _In-law and
daughter Mr. and Mr*. Albert
James Nesbitt and his :younger
Mr Edw. Norman, Jr. and Mrs. I Mill Emella Phillips.
Cuzaacreo will
Joe
returned last
Mr.
and Mrs. Ceo. Fogle, who son. night from
Frank B. Rue attended the Past; are spending the farming season Albany, Ga, where they visited leave Friday for Co Cob, Conn, -- ,
Presidents' Parley and luncheonof at Birdon, spent Wednesday and relatives for two weeks. Joe was after a two-week visit with her Johnny COM, who arrived Monday : \
the American Legion Auxiliary '' Thursday with Mrs. A. D. Yogis seriously ill with flu while they brother here. Miss Mary Cui- from Seattle, has rented the
in Miami Wednesday. In Naranja. I were in Albany. Mr. Nesbitt's zacreo will remain her for the Hobart Brockett garage apartment

M.Hiin I brother, John, returned with them season. for the season.THANKS .
Mrs. B. will spend I for visit at the
t Nesbitt home.
Mrs C A.
Howell
the week-end at Rollins College In of Branford'i
Winter Park where she will attend Fla. la spending the J
the initiation of the Phi Mu her slater, Mrs. Seymour Dane In FLORIDA CITY

college sorority.Mr. Redland. I By Mrs W. W. Severy : I II If

and Mr*.Gotch Kufeldt, Margaret The Rev. and Mrs. H. K. Miller
I' SUllman, Emily: and Emma: of New Castle Pa, are visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Staling of
t Engel and Jean Eby: attended the Miller's brother-in-law and sister Jsckson Mich. are expected to arrive -
Epworth league union meeting in the Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Vivien Friday to spend the winter I
t Hiateahf Monday.Mr. in Redland. with Mr, StUIng's brother and
ilitcr-in-law. Mayor and Mrs
and Mrs. FrItz Jackson of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Blew of Edward SUling. take this method 'expressing my thanks ?ia
Redland spent Friday In Key West Niagara Falls, Canada, and Miami
, Beach, called at the home of Mr Mr. and Mrs Wilson Edwardsof
I Wm. B. Edward recently returned and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong in Red- Miami were week-end guest and appreciation to the voters of Homesteadfor
i'f to Winter Park, where he land Sunday. of Mrs. B. H.: Edwards. ,
., 1* a druggist, after a visit with his the ballots which re-elected me to the
? mother, Mrs. Virginia Edwards of Thomas Veal who had been I Mrs. John W. Thompson of New I
a Homestead. Visiting Mrs. Edwards spending several months in Na- York City who Is visiting Mr.
) at the came time were her ranja, left Monday for Palatka. Mrs. G. Pichard this city council.! I will continue to 'give my best
1 son-in-law and daughter, Mr and spending two weeks at Miami tteemal I
Mrs. Rudolph Aebt and their son, Mrs. Robert Dareing and Infant Miami Beach. anJ
working with the and the
Billy, of Newman Ga. and Mrs. daughter returned home Monday effbtet'sn mayor
Edwards' sister, Mrs. W B. Mc- from the Post Graduate hospital. Mrs. J. H. Dixon is reported
'It Millie. of Tuscaloosa, Ala. be slowly recovering from an other.councilmen to forward the best inter-
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Parker tack of Influenza.
are 'm' .J ?"', ,VT
Mr. and Mrs. Charles DuBeU of announcing the birth of an eight-

Camdjn, N. J, who spend the pound boy In the Post Gradual The W. W. F. C. Claaa of the eats of the city. ** *'l ,.,.*4 Ii"..**.
" winters at their home on Plantation hospital on Sunday. romrnunity-Church met Thursday ..,.. 4bt
Key with their daughter, evening at the home of Mrs. Fred
\ Mildred and son, Lester spent Manuel Atkins, who before Barker. Miss Mary Kettering and
Sunday with Ceo. W. Kneel in ,adopting the surname of his late Mrs. Barker were hostesses.
Redland. stepfather, J. W. Atkins, several I.
,:months ago. was known here as Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattaon
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McNeill have Manuel Arozarena, returned last entertained Mr. and Mrs. Clyde : .I' 'V. R. BIRD
a* guests, Mrs. Dora 1.. Curtis week to Seattle, Wash, where he// and Mia Annie Nixon, both of :U an inspector In an aircraft plant I Becker and son, Ricky, at dinner I T
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PARTY ON 51ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARYTO MRS. FRANK SKILL IS GUEST SPEAKERAT
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FIRST COUPLE SETTLING IN REDLAND I JANUARY UNIVERSITY CLUB MEETING

Jan supper --
The fifty-tint wedding anniversary art Grubbs Randolph Cave and 12-Politick and Mra. Frank Skill,, guest speaker Miss Bertha Mill Hausman program
of Mr. and Mri. Chas. R. Howard Mills furnished music practice of officers of Ad Astra at the meeting of the UniversityClub chairman, announced that
Oossaian, who were the first during the evening. Chapter of O. E.: S. Dr. John Gifford of the University -
Wednesday night at the home
whit settlers of the Redland District Among those present were: Mr. Jan. 11-Stroud musical program of Miami will speak at the
was observed Saturday evening and Mrs. S. E. Livingston Mr. and at Homestead Methodist of Mn. Bowling G. Dye, exhibited next meeting of the club, Feb. II,
with a surprise party given : Mri. W. U Chambers, Mr. and lira Church.Jan. \the collection of sheila made by' at the home of Miss Jewel Tun

them at their horn on Coconut N. L. Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. J 14-Meeting of Townsend the local Girt Scout troop, of er.
Palm drive and Tennessee road by I B. Cash Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ;1- Club In Neva King Cooper school which she Is captain, and told I The hostesses,Mn. Dye and Mn.

their children, Mri. Philip Reams bright. Mr and Mrs. Sam J. Davis, auditorium at 2:30: o'clock. Interesting things about each variety R. J. Elliott, served coffee, cakes,
Mrf. Walter Thompson, Jaime Mr. and Mrs. C. Ik Oley, Mr. and Jan IS-Meeting of Garden of shell candy and nuts.

Gossman and Clifton Gossman. Mrs. R. C. Caves, Mr. and Mn. J Club with Mrs. H. J. Brockett in Mra. H. O. Thurman and Miss I' Present were: Mrs. T. J. BIcler,
Mr. and l/ln. Cossman came to D. Redd, Mr. and Mn. Robert Florida City. Mable Williams were unanimously I Mrs. Lonnle L. Hood, Mn. How
the Eedland District 40 yean ago. Lance, Mr. and Mn. J. L. Fletcher Jan. IS--Junior Woman's Club approved si new memben of the ard Johnson, Mrs. Frank Haus
They live on part of their original Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thompson, social In Bamboo Tavern at 8 club. man, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. Law. II',.
t homestead Mr. and Mn. R. E. Edwards, Mr. p. tn. The club decided To have associate rence Becker, Mrs. W. R. Bird.
The lawn was strung with yellow !and Mrs: Q. M. Hodge. Mr. and Jan. IS-Meeting of HomesteadB. ai well as active memberships Mrs. Rudolph Mattson, Mrs. Jamea

lights, and the house was decorated Mrs. Kinsey Watta, Mr. and Mrs P. W. C. In Chamber of Commerce and the committee reportIng Bird. Mn. W M. FIfield, Mrs. W.
with yellow gladioli and yellow Clifton Gossmon, Mr. and Mn building.Jan. on the subject, Miss Helen B. Mills, Mn. R. J. Hester, Mn.
nasturtium A Urge gold bell Jesse Cossman, Mr. and Mrs. Walter K-Meeting of Woman's Daniel, Mrs/ George D. Ruehle Ben Archer, Mn. Skill Mrs. Hind-
hung from the Thompson, Mr. and Mrs R Ilands. and Jones Mn. Dye, Mn. Elliott, Mrs.
center of the living Club of the << Miss Emily waa continued man
room. I Reams, Mrs Nettie Wall, Mrs. W Jan. 17-Meeting of Legion by the president, Mrs B'I Ruehle, Miss Kathryn Davis, Miss

Ruth Reams, dressed In an old. C.Mn.Ocgelman, Mn.Daniel M. Mn.P. Walker, Auxlllarly In Legion Han. I,M. Hindman, for another month. 'Emily! Jones and Miss Daniel
Margaret Lydia
Jan. -Dad's meeting of U -- -
fashioned yellow dress night
pulled a joMmarl. Misses Elolae, Norma, : ,
miniature covered wagon In which and Rachael Cowman Doris andBetty I Homestead P.T. A. at I O'CIOCK in COMMITTEES APPOINTED officers' committee, MUM Helen

r was e package of gold. She pre- Goiiman, Wanita, Wilma, Neva King Cooper School. FOR AD ASTRA O. E. 8. Livingston.
aented the package which con- Wanda, Wllleta. Willis and Wayne Jan. IS-Meeting of Presbyterian Committees for the coming year A pot luck supper and practice
tained a set of dashes, to her Auxiliary will be held tonight In the 1. O. O.
Thompson, Dorothy
Mildred Demsey, Jan. IB-Called meeting of Epis- were appointed by Mn. Trank
grandparents
and Ruth F, hall for the officers Mrs. Mabel
Reams Annette
and in at S'jan. Schneider, worthy matron of Ad
Auxiliary Rectory
Linton Conner, Harry Hill. Rob- ,Ollie Degclman. copal Astra Chapter of O. E. S., at its Jones, grand Instructor of District
p ns. 29, will conduct the practice.
meeting Friday nliglit in the .
10-Meeting of Ad Astra
HOMESTEAD WOMAN'S CLUB TO GIVE PARTY Chapter of O. E. S. O. O. F, haiLCommltteea l Th next meeting will be on
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Jan. 19.Those
Il Jan. 20 Chicken of W. an: and
supper ways
I TO HONOR POET LAUREATE, MRS, L. L. BOW M. S.Jln.. means, Mrs. R. W. Mullins. Mn. I present were: Mr. and

.-- 23-Meeting of Jennie Lob- E. J. Dye Mn. J. W. English, Mn. E. J. Norman, Mr. and Mrs.

The Homestead Woman's Club Mn. Harry D. Wolfe'president, dell Circle with Mrs. Carl Anderson. Mn. A. E. Meybem, Miss Julia Cave., Mr. and Mn. Charles

will honor Its poet laureate, Mn. appointed Mrs. B, r.rr Hindman, as Sullivan; publicity, Miss Alice Turner, Mn. Lloyd DelU:, Mn.
Lily Lawrence Bow, with a party I chairman of the .Jucatlonal com- Jan. Homestead High School Macomber; examining Mn. Geo. Edwin McGarrah, Mn. Frank
to be held on Jan. 23, In the Wo- mittee and Mrs. .'"'. Cude to succeed band concertJan W. Turner. Jr.. Mrs. A. R. Livingston Morris, Mn. Mondroff, Mn.
man's Club building, Jt was decided Mrs. Bishop ski chairman of 23_Homestead Woman's r.r.... Harold Sheffield; Schneider, Mn. Mullins, Mrs.
at a meeting In the club the resolutions' 'o?unitte. :iub party honoring Mn. L. L. entertainment, Mn. Dyal Mrs. Katz, Mn. Davis, Mrs. George W.
Sam J. Davis Min Esther' Livingston Turner, Jr.. Mn. Sheffield, Mrs.
building Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Mrs. A. M. Lojja'n, sponsor of the, I ,
Bow will leave some time In February Junior Woman's Club, reported Jan. 25-W. M. S. zone meeting ; visiting, Miss Helen Livingston Meybem, Mrs. English. Misses
I i for a visit of several months that $237 had been cleared on the in Homestead Methodist Mn. Geo. W. Turner Jr., Helen Hazel and Julia Sullivan' Miss. .r
Livingston Miss Mecomberand
with her IOn Mack Bow, in Texas. Junior Woman's Club cabaret Church Un. Herbert Katz; decoration, ,
/ All friends of Mn. Bow are in. Jan. 25-Meeting of Dorcas Miss Esther Livingston, Mn. Dyal, Ralph Moon.
Mn. Herman Marks was admitted -
vlted to attend. ClaN with Mrs. E. L. Lawrence. Mrs. Henry Brooker, Jr.,
a. a new. member B. P. W. C TO MEET MONDAYIN
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Mr. P. J. Franklin was elected ) Jan. It-Meeting of University Miss Hazel Sullivan; membership,
The hostesses Mrs. Logan, .ra.1
I Iblub's Mrs. Meybem .Mrs. L. L. Bow, CHAMBER OF COMMERCEThe
treasurer of the club to fill the vacancy Emmett Crownm and Mrs. Hind- study croup in library at
caused by the recest deathof man, served cookies, sandwiches,1 8 p. m.Feb. Miss Julia Sullivan; finance, Homestead B. P. W. C. will
Mn. W. D. Blsrop. test and coffee. I Redland NeighborhoodCircle Charles Turner, Mrs. Sheffield, hold a program meeting Monday
A of I ) meeting with Mn. George Mrs. Brooker; relief, Ralph Moon, ; evening at 8 o'clock In the chamber
the I
copy resolutions the
on Those Mr Mn. Bow,
c. present Wright Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mrs. English: of commerce building.
death of Mrs. Bishop was read Mrs. B. It GflUuV Mrs Joel 3. :
Feb. 3-Meeting of Episcopal
and copies of these resolutions will Robinson Mrs. Carl OAwdy, Mrs. .
1 be rant to her husband and sisters. 1 Geo. W. Harris, Mrs. H. K. Foulk, i Auxiliary.Feb.. Meeting. of Outlook ...t1! tsft J ..... it..n .tna t.. Tiisa ......u.*

\ t The club will sponsor I series of Dr. Irene Shanklln. Mn. Paul Carson I Feb. 12-Meeting of Monday A
four bridge parties, It was decided. Mn. Wolfe, Mn. dude, Mrs. Music Club.
They will begin on Jan. 25, In the Johnson, Mn. Franklin Mn. Circle of W. M. S. THE DIXIE DRUG
club building and Hindman and
a grand prize lan Mn. 1.0-1 Feb. 14-Meeting of University
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will be given at Uie ckx .
Crowson.
JACK FOLK HOWARD JOHNSON
d Club at home of Miss Jewel
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: W. K L INSTALLATION I were discussed at I a meeting of I 1 Turner.Feb. Homestead school carnival Homestead, Fla. Phones SO and 1101viTAM

HELP AT CHURCH SERVICES: the program committee Tuesday

r Mrs. Dan Williams wi'sTnstaHed';! afternoon at the home ofIv Feb. 14-Meeting of general W.
president of the Woman's Missionary chairman, Mn. J. M. Holding. M. U. in church.
Society Sunday morning In the The monthly programs will betaken Ns
Homestead Methodist from the book "The Great
Church.
The KEDLAND CLUB TO MEET \
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: 'i pastor, the Rev J. J. Richards, Adventure.
1 .. was the Installing officer. Thou present were: Mrs. SamJ. TUESDAY AFTERNOON 4 CAPSutE

Each: officer accepted the office Davis, Mn. C. Hagter Rice Mn Important business will be taken IN ONE
; with a Bible verse corresponding Clarence Rice, Mrs. Bruce Ennis, up by the Woman's Club of ,
with her duty. Mn. L. C. Dodd, Mn. Dan Williams the Redlands at Its meeting Tuea- Vi" Tias YOli
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riya.
t : Others Installed wen: Mn. A. Miss Helen Livingston and day afternoon. Get .. el Md get 04

+ M. Logan, vice-president; Mrs. B. : Mn. Holding._ Nominations for officers will be 1ft t\I\ ;. 000 caP''"" 9e1 WAdPendabifh
: M. Hindman mad at this meeting and th* an. .way
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Mrs; Virgil Lyon recording secretary; r.-T. A. TO ISSUE: FREMIUM neal election will be held In Feb \ / ,011
corresponding
BOOK FOR FRUIT FESTIVAL
i';' secretary Mn. Sam J. Davis, con- ruary. p
i terence treasurer; M.... Lloyd I The Homestead P.-T A. executive

\ Field, local treasurer: Mrs. C. Hagf committee voted Wednesday D
t.. ttCCs. 69CP9
ler Rice, Christian social relations; Issue Jor this yeses Fruit Festival
the premium book whit It OF
Mn, is
Go. Ranson
spiritual I lit*
I has Issued the past two years.Mrs. CApsu a
superintendent; Mrs. O. L. Sho-
E. J. 1>
t 7.1, finance chairman,
walter World Outlook; Mrs. J. J.f .
will hair charge of the
Richards, Bible study kin. 3. M.Holding :. project.
+ Mrs. Opal turned In M11
; program chairman Mra.J.
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.. English, superintendent of cleared at the election tag day.

t supaUee; Mn. R. 8. Capttn"*r, Mrs. Lawrence Backer loll of

,; f, superintendent Mr: Jason A'ffIt'endla of lanai roll;work Mrs; plans. 1CA for the Behoofs carnival oaNfc. I VISIT ;

L.C Dodd,Outlook circle; end Mr Called aneeUng ut the Episoc I
f3Mwals*& pianist pal Auxiliary will be held Jan. N-I.J "J/ \ OUR'I.I..

Plan for the. study for the year II at I .'clock IB the kCoIy.t a It
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REDLAND LADIES' AID WM. NOLAN, PRESIDENT i C A. UNDERWOOD HOST
ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON I OF FELLOWSHIP CLASS TO SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSC.

Mrs. Frill Jackson and Mrs E. Wm. Nolan was elected presi- A. Underwood entertained the
r. Social.Events J R. Goldberg entertained the Red- dent of the Wesley Fellowship Sunday School clan of the Princeton I

land Ladle Aid at a luncheon' Class of the Homestead Vletho Nazarene Church of whichhe i
the home of Mn. Jackson yester dist Church at a meeting Tuesday t is teacher, at the home of Mr.
i evening at the home of the sponsor and Mn. C. T Anderson on '

day.Plans were made to begin sewing :' Mn Casper Williams Thunday evening of last week. "
HUSBANDS ARE GUESTS AT NIGHT MEETINGOF on I quilt for the Mehodlat or- Miss Antoinette Moye \'. phange at Benson Springs vice-president: Miss Mary Mc- during the evening. Refreshments
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MONDAY MUSIC CLUB AT JOHNSON HOME
Those Neill, secretary and treasurer; Mn. of Ice cream and cookies: were
present were: the Rev.
L. C. Dodd chairman and served
publicity
Husbands of members of the son to accompaniment played by and Mrs. C. O. Nelson, Mn. Allen
Dave Williams social chairman
Harford Mn. Carrie ,, Those present were. Mr. and
Monday Music Club were guests W. G. Utermoehlen.The Mn. A. E. Barnes, Mn.McCuUough A. W. I It was decided to have a class Mn. Underwood, Miss Eleanor

It I meeting of the club held Monday next meeting of the club, It Porte, Mrs. F W. StlUman, Mn. party on the second Tuesday of Murray, Miss World! Math Miss

night at the home of Mr. and was announced, will be on Feb. S. J. Trout Mn. M. A. Baker, Mrs.C. every month. Naomi Home, Mist Anna Lou
12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben The hostess served date pudding Johns, Miss Evelyn Chambers, ,
Plummet, Mrs. Thomas
)In. Howard Johnson. Mrs. John-
Rice when Mrs Rice, Mrs. Geo.
and hot chocolate Miss Frances Cohen Miss Ethel +t
con, Mr*. R E. Edward, Mri. W. N Wakefleld- and Mn. Steffani Ceo.Bnwer: Deuel, Mn., Mn.Nellie Anna B. Reed Those present were: Mr. and .Anderson Norman Benson, Thomas +

1 Rheney and Mn. 'H. K. Foulk will be hostesses. smith, Mrs H. J. Armstrong, Mn.1 Mrs. Lloyd Field, Mr. and Mrt, Veal, Troy Colson,, Woodrow

were hostesses.! Those present were: Mr. and A. W, January Mrs. M. M. Dodd Mn. Everett Mn. New. Carter, Shelton Colson and Mr.
Mrs. J. D. Redd ton, Mist McNeill Miss Moye, Miss and Mrs. Anderson.
After I short business session Mr. and Mrs. Julian sey, Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Jr. Miss
H. Webster, Dr. and Mrs. B. Stefan Everett, Dave Williamsand -
Edna ,
Trout, Len Trout, Mrs. Goldberg
conducted Mn. J. D. Redd -
by pres- E. Mr. and Mn. Williams MRS. BERT
Gatlin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Mn. Jackson. ANDREWS RPEIMTO I
,ldent Mrt Clarence Qray, program Webb, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Elder,' OFFICERS AND TEACHERSMrs. .
chairman, read an editorial Mr. and )fn. W. R. Bird Mr. and OUTLOOK CIRCLE NAME EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY TO Bert Andrews spoke on + I I

from Etude, "Beginning the New Mn. W. M. Fifield, Mr. and Mn. OF NEW W. M. a GROUP HAVE: FOOD SALE the teactwn clinic held In .Fort J, ,
Year With Music." J. Tom Vann. :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. The Young Women's Circle of The monthly food sale of the Pierce several weeks ago at the r

Frank Hagler Rice young son I jSteffant, Mr. and Mrs. E, H. Gal- 1 the Homestead Methodist Church St. John's Episcopal Church Auxiliary meeting Monday night of theteachers \ ,
of Mr. and Mn. C. Hagler Rice laher, Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis ; has been renamed the Outlook will be held on the last and officers of the First ., j

played the first two numbers on Mr. and Mn. Vane L. Harris, Dr. Circle It was decided at a meetIng Saturday of this month, It was decided Baptist Church of' Homestead. -
the and Mn. Frank Haunman, Mr. and at afternoon Mri. Andrews Wit a representative I J
program piano solos, an etude! Monday evening at the homeof a meeting Friday
Mn. Virgil Lyon, Mr and Mn.I to the clinic, held for Baptist :
by McDowell and "Spring Night" Miss Mary McNellLMn. at the home of Mrs. R. B. ko
''T. J. Faust, Mr. and Mn S. L. Sunday school teachen. '
by Robyn. George M. Frick on hit | Dan Williams I president I of Brown. .
clarinet and Dr. Carl Robinson at i I Mr. and Mrs. Utermoehlen, the W. M. S, gave ; talk on the I I I The next meeting will be held on Mn. J. Lawrence Scott gave I
the piano played "Non E Ver" by j Mr. and Mn. Hindman, Mr. and W. M. S. and its budget She also Feb. 1.Those. report of the Christmas program
Mrs. Frlck, Mr. and Mrs. Foulk I held In the church Christmas a'
on
Mattel and La Cinquantalne" by assigned the circle the portion of present were: Mrs. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Gray, Dr. and Mrs. I Eve. Mn. J. R. Dorsey reported
Gabriel Marie. B. M. Hlndman I the budget it will raise. P. Blackford, Mrs. Ralph King
played two piano solos, "F Sharp Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Rice, Mr. Plans for studying the book of i': man Mn W. K. Haas, Mn. Goo on the White Christmas program. ,
Nocturne" and "C Minor Prelude," and Mn. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Mark were made. Each memberwas I'N.I Wakefield, Mm. J. A. Hooks, A covered dish supper preceded l

both by Chopin. Edwards Mn. Lloyd Deitz, Mrs. assigned a certain part to I Mrs. W. J. Clark, Mn. Ruth L, the meeting.. f
The Lyon brothers Lewis Brandenburg, Mrs. Herman study. 'Scott, Mn. J. E. Gauzena, Mrs
quartette Marks, Mn W. B. Mills, Mn. A. I W. M. V. CHAIRMAN ,
sang, "What the Chimmey Sang"find The next meeting will be on |C. P. Jackson, Ma. Lee H LehI Mrs. W. T. McConnell
Firestone Mrs. Lee H. Lehman was appointed ;
"She Sat in Her Hammock." Feb. 9 at the home of Miss Edna j I man, Mis Mary Jackson and Mrs
devotional
Mrs. II. C Nichols 'Mrs. A. M. Logan Brown. chairman of the ,
Carl Wagner spoke briefly on Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, Mrs Booth. Woman's Missionary Union at I
"The Aesthetic of Music. Mr. Those present were: Mrs. J. J. I
: Martha Nelson meeting Wednesday afternoon In
Mn. Bevo Webb,
MRS. B. E. GATLIN: HOSTESS! !
Rice played two Richards, Mrs. E. J. DyaL Mn. L.
piano solos, "Im i Mn. Clarence Rice, Mn. Gordon the Homestead Baptist Church.
promptu In A Flat" and "Etude In C Dodd, Mrs. Williams, Miss Mary I TO PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN
Ivey, Mrs. H. Collier, Miss Helene She will work with a similar member -
A Flat," both by Chopin. Th Lehman, Miss Bertha Nill Haus- Elizabeth Kyle Miss Leola Little,|I Mrs. B. E. Gatlln was hostess to of each circle to plan devo- .
closing numbers violin Misses Antoinette and Helen the Woman's Auxiliary of the
man, Mist Esther Livingston, Roy tlonals for the circles.
"Scene de Ballet" by IOloa'l Nelson, Irving, Harold and Don Moye, Miss Prlscllla Fread, Miss i Homestead Presbyterian Church Mrs. R. E. Edwards, leader of
Berlot and "Two Lyon Jack Gatlln, Robert Cast Mildred Sims, Mist Nell Saute, at her home on N, Vft.Flflh streeton Circle Four, had charge of the
Grooms, were played by Roy and Frank Rice. Mist Booth and Miss McNeil. j Thursday of last 'week.fin. program. Others on the program

I Frank Hathaway had were: Mn. J. Lawrence Scott,
MRS. RUTH
r.-T. A. ANNOUNCESDADS' LEON: DAME ELECTED JERNIQAN ,charge of the study class. Mn. Julia Polk, Mn. Catherine
WEDS JOHN CHAPMANMrs. Those present wen: Mrs D. P.Blake .
Pickard, Mn. T. D. Plebe Mri.Holllster .
NIGUT 'I i
dads PROGRAMA PRESIDENT OF CO-ED CLASS Ruth E. Jemigan and JohnR. i Mn. C. Ben Plummer.A. ; Sage and Mn S. L.
night program for the Leon Dame was elected president Chapman both of Homestead 'Mn. F. Darling, Mn. R. Z. West
Homestead P..T. A.
next will be given of the Co-ed class of the First were married Tuesday afternoonIn Trotter Mn. J. M. HoUerty. Mn. Mrs. H, Collier conducted-the
Wednesday
evening at 8 Baptist Church the court house at Miami Gep. M. Frick, Mr*. R. Y Burr, short business Circle Five
o'clock In the Neva, OS homestead ala period.
School auditorium. King Cooper meeting on Thursday night at Mn. Chapman was born and Mrs, :J. A. Ricks Mrs T. L Hodges.Mn. will have charge of the program

the home of Miss Lucille West, 'i reared in Cincinnati. She has : Hathaway and ,Mn. GstUD.I at the next meeting on, Fetf. N.Mn. .
lived I "
In Homestead since 1915.
with Mist -
Elisabeth Mcllwaln
CAROL ROBERTS HONORED joint hostess. as I Mr. Chapman Is a native of 1 The social meeting of the Junior Clna Stewart, president tt
ON SECOND ANNIVERSARY Thompson, Ga, and has lived In Woman's Club wilt,be held In the the Homestead B. P. W. C. and
Carol Marie Roberts was honored Miss Elizabeth Home was elected Homestead since 1919. He Is a Bamboo Tavern: Monday evenin Mrs. B. A. Waldln Ittend -thai

on her second birthday annlverswry 1, first vice-president; Jimmy ,carpenter.Mr at I o'clock. Mrs. Burley Drndy, aviation breakfast given by the
Schallern
with party Friday afternoon second vice-president; and Mn. Chapman will live Mrs. Herbert Turner and M n. Miami B. P. W C en Dinner Key
glyen by her mother, Mrs Mrs. Waudcll Peeples third vice- in the National House. Bruce Ennis will be hostesses. Sunday.

Jamas.! Roberts, at her home. president; Miss Eleanor Sullivan --- .-. ----- --------------- --- --- --. --- .-. .---.. .---- .- -. .. _ _ _ _ u.
and Miss Frances LoU
Joint - -
as -
secretaries - - - -
Vat lout lames were played durIng and treasurers and Miss ---y

the afternoon and pictures Lillian Swilley, corresponding
were! taken. A cake decorated In secretary.
pink and green with two candles '
Miss Ellen Vann gave I short FOR
was and served with
punch and
Cook Out talk on "The Organization of a ,
Sunday School Class."
Small guests present were: Lu-
eille De Jfisco, Allan Alexander, It was decided to meet on the WEAR i
Henry Olsen. Betty Turner, Mary second Tuesday of each month.

Jo and Marjorie Terburg, Rennie After various games were played
and Barbara Marks, Carl and sandwiches and hot chocolate were 1I 1J I
Juanita Smith, Pearl Marie Cooper served. AND
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Charles and Vemeda Eaker, Those present were: Mn. W. T.
Ruth Elsie Tomerlin and Donald McConnell Mrs. Peeplet, Miss Mae ,
and Kathryn Gann. t Canady Miss Vann, Miss Lott BEAUTY]
Mothers present were: Mrs. An Miss Sullivan, William McConnell 1

drew Terburg, Mrs. Geo. Gann, Bert Nixon.. Walter Guiding, .
Mrs. A. L. Lanier, Mrs. A. D. Leon Dame, Miss Mcllwam and
Smith and Mrs. Benny DeNia co. Miss West. J
Floors that are built with good materials-that are laid
Y Yr

Green by skilled workmen-give years of service and grow more Jj
Lantern Restaurant
beautiful with age. They cost little more than the ordinary j

Adjoining: Hotel Redland. kind-and the difference amounts to only a few

Mrs Given Victor Proprietor ,
cents a month on the FHA Plan. Aj j

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Now you can repair and remodel with convenient

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f ,, -. and had luncht. Then wetraced),t-v esItr much. Ws arrKvd.at Mr:
I Homestead Girl Scouts our route on maps Mrs Skill had uSklllt home at 20 minutes to 4
I HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS
i brought with her. .
_._ .. _._.__ ___._._. """"""" "."""""."I 'o clock W had estimated ""t
--- ----- "Blt.ITLE'HIKE After had done that we
I we ;would .be there about 4.
By Mary Catherine Suber played a quiet game Each: one
the selection of school lunches
Old Furniture Needed I.
,was given a number and when a
I Fifteen glrlt and U.o .eaderi
those that are brought from home
By Home EC Department and those that are prepared at the left Mrs Skills home Saturday signal was given she was to find atTa.+aaehH
school cafeteria morning at B for a bicycle hike. 'the place and tell what it was and
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Have you any furniture around Before we left, we act our compasses the shortest route to get there.
your home that you no longer ELEMENTARY HEWS:: to find our directions Our After we had played I little
line? It you have, the Homestead first stop was at Dr. Carl F. Robinson while we started; back home. From
I Miss Ray room has received six
home economics department would 's. There Grandmother Robinson -'Coconut Palm drive we went to e
new library books, Sending aMI.lale
appreciate having It. Several of and Ice, and to Krome
gave us oranges Newton road then
The First Circus, w
the ichoola this county have a water After we had rested for awhile avenue We stopped to lee Mrs.
Hansel and Gretel "Adventures
1 real apartment for the home Ee of Chlllee-um-Oum I." "When ToysCould : we headed for the orchidjungle. I !W. M, Fifield, teacher of some
work and we would like to "fixup" .
of the girls. but were disappointed
.. Talk, and "A Story Tellers -
j our* < much ai po alble. Holiday." When we arrived we went In 1 to find out that she wasn't at home.
\ There la a room off the foodlaboratory
to Mrs O
Mrs rifle Id's sixth grade science the jungle and saw a lot of trees From there wa went
that the girls: would class U studying fossils Some were from China and Japan|B. Parker at Alpine Grove Dairy.
t like to convert Into a living room I Mrs Coopers room Is completing and a shower of gold $tree was She showed us through her yard
If they can get Home furniture I different things /
of the
The Eskimo booklets The pupils ore from Java. |and told us
girls will learn refinishing ol We her yard 11
she had. enjoyed
furniture In this project and,also oeglnnlng to use Ink and arc answering After we saw the trees we went : I
the room will be there to serve the letters from fourth graders to the glass house and saw a lot '
tflrte in Alto Texas of very pretty orchids some of I I IDS
, Do The pupils of Miss Jackson'lroom which were wild We saw also, sure that your eyes are a*
your spring houterleatringearly
have them
t and lot are enjoying drawing pictures bottles which held millions of I good as your brakes- '
us have discarded
your at least each TGE
tested once year
furniture! in connection with an Indian tiny orchids It takes from seven !
:
' I study to twelve yearsr them to DR. F. P. ARCHER
1. } COMPETITION ELIMINATED: Mrs Thurman'i room is sorryto bloom. I I
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\ Competition between the Reelr lose Clifford Walters who has He then took us to trn jungle AND SON
.J land and Homestead home economic moved to Rodland; I and showed us a lot of wild orchids 1 Consulting Optometrists
iI { departments at the Fruit Mrs Edwards second grade in the trees Then we came
F Festival has been done away with class Is happy to welcome a new I to a nstura: bridge which was 1624 W Flatter 8k, Miami. Fla. WB1l

' :' this year and plane are under way,pupil, Revere Jessup I really nice I Eyes loamln.--Len Ground
! for one booth sponsored by the After a few more holes we came Usa.e Repaired c
two schools Loral Twin Brothers I to a pit which was very deep It I Dlr.nton School nf The for Am.r'.en Opticians' Institute
The exhibit wilt be on consumer Win In Poster Contest had maiden's hair growing around lull ftipls all why m provide tV)!
education and the spending of the the edges After we had looked
family Income around a while we left the Jungle many unices-PLU$ tervicis
'I' Judd and Joseph Piche, twin I and started toward Skills I. In addition to till bask jot if I.'.,
A Card Index system In steel filesIs sons of Mr and Mrs T. D. Piche, grove. We got there about noon DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
being Introduced In the Home- of Homestead, were winner of orating/ electricity and bringing

stead school library These files are I first and second prizes In a poster I|I contest took place at a meeting of 'I to your door. Why do WI have done 1
for the benefit of the ,
public speak contest conducted by the Miami the Junior Chamber of Commerce
ing claasea This method will makeit Junior Chamber of Commerce demonstrations, light conditlonlif/
very eaap for the pupils to find :among members of the commercial I Tuesday night Office flours I a. m NI ft p. n. service, esderi office icilitles
I different topics of material. Pictures art class of tba Dade County Technical 1 I Sundays 9 i" I' :
and clippings of travels, foreign School 1 tilspteji! of equipment? Why free I
-, High for the fourth Closed Saturd! )*
I
affairs, music and poetry are annual Biscayne Qdat Show. Mar- Dr. R. J. Elliott home economist service Nky
t \ found In the files for reference. I tha Dasher of Porcine was awarded Free Parking Spice
'" third p Srt; =W.','Judging In the CHIROPRACTOR kitchen planning
: Mr Hester has j In the science I i I 1761 N. W. ICin ST.. 111311
, { room a cotton mouth rmroasln P'Ar. HaskIn'I Home Bid,. Homestead I PIU:sE t-iui .
which has a scientific name, Agklstrixlon Leonard W. II
fjjacerorous, sp.el.lidns In Erl KIIUi ..'..''''' I Tim PLUS services make the HI
*, and (UpalrGLASSES.. of T
{'LASS"SSmE MEALS I I I Homestead's Oldest I G. 0. Brewster, M. D. of electricity more cosveileit nl)

The ninth grade home economics .41 N. r. Tint II.. MI.... Fl*. I Barber Shop economical, or acquiit yea with,
classes are going to C..plrttlr Air Conditioned
prepare Nose and Threat
....... Eye Ear
and serve luncheons this I ( mr Terns A Treatment now ways U pot It U work for JIL,

week, The first period class has! I II D. L. BOWENHAIRCUT nil, PLUS services' increase the
I invited Mr. Hester and Mr, Macey' -I i iI Glasses Fitted
( to be guests on Wednesday The I general.. of electricity/ aid ink
office scan to II us kr
fourth period class selected all NE\V'rItG. BALL : n .. ..... 40o Appointment I ft Willie, for is ginrsto iii
guests for lunch on Thursday, Mr SHAMPOO _. .. 40o I
mn n'n
\ Hindman and Mr. Blackburn. NOTARY, PUBLIC MASSAGE ......-. ....- 400 I Office .l "'" Rnm *... and I deliver It at the LOWEST IATES
i The tenth grade classes are findIng .' COOL AND SANITARY! Paved street IIIISTORTI

j the belt methods of preparing I Expert and courteous service 8..1td. Florid..tee. I
various foods Last week the class Fire Insurance and I I
experimented on dried fruits: This) A trial will be appreciated. I H.. lutr f. *
week it la working on green veg. Kindred Lines

r. 'eUbles t MEARIIG SOMETHING HIM. 01 :
The eighth grade elms Is workIng r i
on a breakfast unit for the remainder M N. Krome Are. Men Everywhere Are Getting Quicker i SOMETHING ADDED OVER Ml

..t of the semester, Theo I ABOVE JUST ORDINARY SERICr..
!. \: seventh graders are working- oni j,- I More Refreshing Shaves With This New I


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plastic about the new Thin good-looking, comfortable LLE'S
Gillette.A>dnowond rl This shaves every time and save LEADING HOTEL
always appreciated. blade, that sells at only hoe money, tool Buy a
for 4, la made of easy-flexing of Thin Gillette Blades C""j/rfJ.. at **_w ..
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January 12,1940
THE LEADER.EMTERPISR
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I At our regular meeting Monday
HATE:: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion
.. i night, Jan. 8, committee reports

BAPTIST CHURCH FREE METHODIST I were received and routine business 51. line

conducted. .
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HOMESTEAD-. /, E JorlMtona, pa FLORIDA .... I
CITY-Tho
tots Sandal eehod it >i4l .. m: prnrk. Sim.1. paalar. Sunday Weekly S p. C. Rex Routine, president, announced FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUS V
I Ise atIt.a.and7tWp.m.tB.Y.P.U.: proachlni.' S and TtStl Vat: IWdny I plans for a sub-district, !
also pk .. Prayer service Wednesday prayer matting M 7:10 .
at p. m. I F. r. A. federation meeting to beI t tty
RENT
pa 7 too + m. One-story residence, SEE: AND BUY at enanklm Varle-
I 'GOULDTbe"' Noah r *.., pa*. METHODISTROMEBTRADThe I I held here Friday, Jan. IV, at 7:30 with five rooms furnished on I Grove, West Florida Clt}'. !

|.... ....,sq'.heoI.t 10 m. ..J oroacklrnM ''p.m. I S. W. Third street Apply J. fatn :'
Rev. J J .
It sad7toop.in.P.Y.Is.U.at ...... Rkhardi. : Harold R. Bevla. (J-J-12)) .
a. m. .. P. unlay school at liti .. m.. Hampton, secretary acquainted I "
SiM Wodnaadar.p. Bk Prayer "Ira M 1lSl p. m, 1reaching.at 11 a. m. and TiSOiw p. ... the chapter with an inquiry WANTED t
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at sip at HI Laagw .
CATHOLIC .t alb p. -n.; Savior Lease at S tS, p. m I for torest-tree seeds, and the FOR &XNT- apartments with
Prayer waiting M liM p. m. WtdnauUy chapter decided to submit a bid and without private: baths, from ''CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will

CHURCH OF THI SACRED BIII:481'I. : SILVER PAtM-Tn. .... J. g. Wallarpaator. ,soon. $10 to 130 Apply Homestead I exchange subscription or advertising -
i. Second avenue, .Maintained, the Hov Sunday wheel awry Sunday at ': Plans for attendance of representatives Variety Store. (pJ26)) for clean rugs Leudn 'I''I'I
J. Geary Sunday ,
T. palur mum ate 10 a. m. preaching rewire on tart third I
i. m. ; weak day mans at 7'SU dally and fifth 8und... at 11 a. m. and I ill' p. m of our chapter at F. F. Kntei-prlse.

MH.Sunday Communion school Sunday, fur following women the 0 o'clock tint: PRINCETOV-Tha .... J. 1:. Wallrr.FLORIDA i|A Day in Tampa, Feb. 3, were discussed FOR SALE TUTORlMG WANTED high t 1 1
Sunday af month, for men and ....... the pastor, preaching .t 9 .. Isnday I
Around Sunday of month Holy hour Th.... school at 10. j I Plans for construction of truck F school and gMde nfcool subjects.Mrs. .
a R"'iU.EtUIII"
day before tint Friday of month M T,10 Larkspur Ii. J. Armstrong. A. B. q
j> a,. Man tint Friday at 7:80 a.BaiMdlrllon a. CITY COMMUNITY CR 'RC'R i body were presented by several Phlox and Ageratum Plants '
if the lllmed sacrament after -Tha .... C. O. N.laon, 10'_. church members. The chapter chose I-iummer drive and Country:
.liool at ID tte lie a dot. Josephine R. Pratt,
mss a m.i praaotlu at 7:ID p. m. Club road. '
CHRISTIAN Midweek .vrayara. and Blbl. study Wadnaa- I plan prepared by Mr. H. C. Reely, 300 N. E. 1st avenue. (Jilt) : l'
SCIENCE CHURCHtng
day at Ttlo.REHLAND a. It was much better than any RENT YOUR IIOtJ5E-furnllhf'd w '

FLORIDA CITY-I.'d and Sixth COMMUNITY CBl-RCB- others submitted. FOR SALE Decorated bedroom e ..
unfurnished. I have
I or
street. Sunday shoo) at 9:49: 6 .. for Th. R... C. 0. Nelson paalar. churchschool Green Hand pins Were presented suite, ozlte pads and carpet for year :
I 'round clients. Benjamin W.
.",11. ndo. t0 years of an morning M 10 preaching at III Epworth
...vies at 11 .Iook. Wednesday aventneureic.s Iwaeue .1 .,1<\. Midweek .>rw<1* and to Jack Campbell, Dick Campbell stairs, buffet chest of drawers, Morris, registered real estate tj 4
which Include testimonials of .....,. bible study Thursday at 7.10.PRESBYTERIAN and Earl Wyiong table, rugs. R. H. Done Phone .
and experiences and remarks on Ob.ill. ...> broker, N. Krome ave. next to ,,
\ Octet p. m. Tin. publia It tor.Uan CHURCH 1 Present at this meeting were: 9108. (J12tfl) Baptist Church. (JuUU) \
Ir..... S p. ... Rex Romine Willis Vlck H. A. ;j
Reading room In church fttlfle II olives ROMESTEAO-Kroma ""... al N. llth I FOR SALE-On Redltnd Road '
ovary Thursday afternoon from SiOO, to 4lr rt. The keg, Goo H. Rlcka. pallor. Amen, Estll Lee, Harold Hampton :I
.:00. Th. puhlla la cordially invited ta the Bible school at II a. m.i: pnaohlna at II I Lewis Vrana, Bill Hampton I short distance south of Redland NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR .'to
....... and to wish the reading Pom. a. m.: your m>l.'. Nissan at t to m. n,. Woman's Club cottage. Partly TAX 11,91): .
Earle and Reid Wysong, Jack and Notice h ktrthyttvtn that United 11<401-
Jan. Lesson-Mrmon topic Dick furnished. For sale at give-away koldrr aa aailtinM of was
Campbell, Charles Behrens,! KCnmpany.:,.
Tai Cartifltala Numbered
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"Sacrament.1' PLANS SERMON: SERIES Donald Hawkes, Don Lair, Phillip price. See Wm. J. Geronimo, Legion daM. the Mi day of July. A. l>. 17 .,

CHURCH OF CHRIST will speak at each Gospel Crusade Reams, Dean Sickle and Mr. Ree- Tag office Homestead. filed mad. laid apiillfaci.m Ltrliriratt for In tax my dead ofllra I.,bmo ani
meeting next week at the 11.I (dStf) II" In icmrtlanc*, with law. Paid 1
BOHEBTCAD Flrat and N. W.I I Homestead Church, of the Naza- I We adjourned at 1020. '- rnbranu the f.illowlna XKrlhv4
avenue :
FOR ,
..... .... SALE Tropical plants citrus altualtd In Dud County Fiends
Mil Blbl. study at 10 a m.I rene. The U.wttl
anlon, allowiblp and proaebln* meeting, which started trees and tropical fruit Ir Lot I Black T. Halltndula Park M.i .
I II., at .j last Monday night, will continuethrough I rlous Homestead churches were season. Jungle Grove, Redland S, a i.b. pint Book to. Fan 4>. I*
Jan. 21. the Cwjnly el lint. Slat of Fiori....
Pastors
CHURCH OF GOD of va- speakers at last week's meetings. road and Plummet.. drive. I The ...w.a.nt of said "= under : t
1 FOR RENT Office or desk apace the Cartldrata auui4 wren ,In =' ol r
OMESTEAD-Sol N. W. Fine atuxioth. I al t
Coftin, paator. ": ": la downtown section. Phone :E.LC: : "d'.t\\\\ k> dnmid \ Y
r ac noitto.Q.at Il4< .. m.i proarhlnl at II a.. bauo thrnon -
f and t:.. p. m.i Junior W'. P. at TI .hlld.. I NOTICE: or APPLICATION FOR oa the 14th far of Ktbroary A. D. .U'Jr.
t awrtlns, at T In ...._..... Prayer nebf .I TAX DICED listed this ink day of January, A
S p. m. Wodnotday.CHURCH File Sadie "4I>'
I Notice, la hereby' given that Th.lma' t. B-tBATHERMAM,
OF THE NAZARENE Chandler holder aa aolrnoo of City of Clerk of Irault Court .
Miami d.T certificate Numbered 144, Dado. County, Florida.Clrtult .
BOMESTBAD .... Robert H.1 i L. 'taint the 4th day ol July, A. D lull, has Court Sral.lly.
1_. ......... Sunday school at |-. made fortail deed to ban ( If 19 I* Pfh. S Intel
_. I..e It a. .... and t ilO a. m.1 i thereon : =.n # , N. .T P. i. and Jnnlora meeting at 1100, CortUluto ambMrlbrd tttollowing d.
property,. situated I. .l>ode <;.nutp.
p. nt. Preys Meeting Wednesday .venter rioMa." to-wit i DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
I with the Lot 4, Block 11 Hew O.rJ.ni.
m.'PRINCETON11d Rw. I!. P. Cowen.Senior. Plat Rook a. Pan ,. In Los City of h
Miami. County of Dada SlaW of
I prwchlnc'at
Sunday school at .411| Florid.
Id:41 a. m. and fK 'p. m. .untal, The anaMampnt of said proparty Hndor
marUna at a:101 young Peonies, meeting, Uw maid Cortlflrala hawed was In the
Preston B.. :Bird Motor Co.
at ttlt. Prayer martins Wednesday ate come of Unknown. Office Hours 8:30-4:30
I f.M .. m. i tinier said Certificate shall ha redeemed
taauMlinf lo law, tax lirBil, ri" Mesa th ra*
S EPISCOPAL I m ..i. the ITIh day ..f n st'r. A. D. 1(40 First National Dank
sated this lots day of December, A.
1 ST. JOHN"/--5. D. leered ;::" and has been severed effective ins D'I I
.
, Fourth atraa Hemmta.d i the R. F.Blackford B, B. THRAMAT.
...w. Holy tommunlon .t Clerk of Circuit Court'Dada County, I BuildingOpen
f I. TiM a. m.l Sunday acbool at S:SKI moraIn -i ii Florid.
' proper at 1LGeneral Circuit' Comet I'
N. 0. lMI.TT.D.CC Evenings bj Appointment
i topic for S p. m. Sunday Saturday January 6 f < >M. 11. y II. tt t.S9 Jn B. It teen.
: vesper cervices, "The Man ..
New Testament..":
Who Made the I II

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1935 PONTIAC TWO-DOOR SEDAN; very I' iI

SHAMPOO HAIRCUT 40c I good condition. iI i I

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MASSAGE 40c : 1936 OLDS 4-DOOR SEDAN ; original paint; : e. e e e I


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., .BUSH'S 1936 PLYMOUTH- TOURING SE. t

DAN-original paint; good COIk .O.; 4-Door Touring Sedan 975

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Pan Twelve LEADER.ENTERPISE' .. __ _. ..__ : . .. ._: .' % Friday January 12.1940._._

SOCIAL SECURITY ]Public Warned To Shan .

I 'Roving Photographic:

IM TIRED OF TtlESE NEIIQ SOZT IT'S NO
PAYMENTS DUE Tampa, Jan. 4.-J'NS-Al P. If IT TAMES /IRE
\ jBurgert, chairman of the State Ail PAY Ift GOING TO 7ASTEUSSSEfoND 6RAOt SO Too cOML out WONOtRd
: : FIRST OF MONTH] I I Board r of Photographic Examiners, CIT SOME NICE FtttH FRUITS NE t.WI UTTIN4 T00! EVERY60DY AND I NEVER
issued a warning to the public to FRUIT fOR MY SALAD AND THEY SAY ( I IYOWTRADES( SAW SUCH LOVE
\ be on guard against unlicensed TONIGHT/ mm me NE IRUIT:
i itinerant photographers.
Social Securltv payment to retired 1! Burgert point out that duringthe BEST TO EEY 1 1HADI
1 workers, their aged wives, tourist season the state IS I DON TUllNC
widow and orphans began with I flooded with itinerant who ..ip IT'
the new year, according to Wll .
proach the public with < \111 let*
Ham B. Weaver, manager of the I of schemes and poor product.
Miami field office of the Social All comnterclal photogi .phn,
Security Board. The first monthly I are required by state law to bi U
pia
check will be given to eligible censed by the State Bond nl; '
oo -o course sht it referring,
workers and their dependent. of their ability and responsibility
on Feb. 1 for January Photographic Examiners For your L w RANKLIN s ,
Mr. Weaver explained that a'' protection :you should demand t e w s
wage earner who Is 85 may fill a i that all itinerant photographer
claim for monthly benefit, provided I present their licenses as evidence
he has earned $50 or more, before admitting them to your office 15c
Pints
la each of six calendar! quarters home or premises, while infractions Salad HARVEST .
since Jan. 1, 1937, when the system of the law should be reported Dressing 25cEhlers
I MOON Quarts .
01 went Into operation, and payments to W. L Coursen secretaryof I
will start when he retires the State Board, Daytona Beach.
from work.

The old-age and under survivors the Social Insurance State College To Honor Coffee 3
program Gbna': .Z5c
Security Act provides for pay Most Noted Graduate .............
ment xrf monthly benefit beginning \
In 1940, not only to the wage Tallahassee, Jan. 11--Nomlnatlons -
earner who retires after the age for the 1940 "Award of Hon- Battle Creek
of 85, but under I "Zo" & Bran 27 MAustex" I
certain conditions ,
to the member of his-lor" to Florida be conferred State College upon for one Wo or or Fig Cereals 2 PkRS...... C

family. The three groups of persons graduates who have brought
DINTY MOORE IJ/z.lb can CHILI 01"" TAMALES ./
who may be entitled to benefits notable distinction to their alma
are: mater now are being received by BEEf STEW 25c
1. Wage earners J5 or more Mrs. J. W. McCollum of Gainesville No.lean 12/c
;years old who decide to retire chairman of the award of
or who receive less than $15 honor committee. Deadline for Any Brand I

per month in covered employmentand nomination for this honor 1 I. set MILK 3 cans ..........."........,:...;...20c
who have sufficient credit tor March 20. ATexene 15C
from job covered by the act; the Those eligible are graduates of can
wives of such workers If or when Florida State College who have \
they are 85; or any children under distinguished themselves In any of J ELL 0 ALL SIX :V0It8 17c
It, of 18 If attending school the fields of science, liberal art,
1. Widow at age of 415 of wage professional accomplishment civicor EHLER'S
earners who died after Jan. 1,1940; social service, or service to the
widow, regardless of age, if there college. Long Island Selected 10 lbs.
are young children; and dependent Pure ,
children themselves until age 18, his death ltd he leave no Selected Potatoes Z7c
or II If they are regularly attend widow or chRdt I pay be entitled to
ing school, may be entitled to benefits. /* Preserves
benefit Claims msy"T5e filed without
3. Surviving parents of the wage charge at Mr. Weaver' office at SUGAR Factory Packed .Z6c
earner, at age tS. U they were 509 Langford Bldg, 121 8. E. list 5-lb. bag .................._...._. AU Flavors
{ dependent on him at the time of street, Miami.
Glass Tumblers

Yellow 3 J Iba. I Bulk 5 Ibs.


Onions lOqMeal I :14c Glass: ....... 21c


CROP 0
FREE! r BAR
.. Octagon Soap Chips of Toilet Soap All ZlcfjHEINZ

*. UP THE QUALITY

or CROWN GASOLINE TOMATO CATSUP Bottle 18c

but NOT Ae PRICE

i FREE! Roll Butter, Ib.--- 36cPlnocchlo

. | glasswith

Pork Chops Lion Roast
Diamond Crystal

f : PERFORMANCE ATPRICE SALT Center .. .,,.. Ib. 22 CI End Cut ..."... lb 18Cl

Lg. pkg. lOc
I : Sliced Bacon COIN Ib. 25c

t "Vesper"Orange

Pekoe Picnic Hams "Seminole" 18 \

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i 10Ut'S CROWN IS MEW TEA


N HICMER octANt.11I0(11 CROWN GASOLINE /- pkg. 25c Pork Shoulders, lb. :15c"Johnson's

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IS GIVEN HIGHEST Liquid Wax orGLOCOAT
.coNTioatovcUTiurfJ Spare RibsMefttyn.and2ibs.aSc|

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ANTI-KNOCK RATING 1 1-3 Pt. can 59c

I' BALANCED POWER Cheese #"goc
Cottage
+ DILLS O'CEDAR ..... .
t (flOM IDLING TO t41A'IY IN ITS LONG HISTORY.

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; SOlnMT c"atOI4l PROPERTIESatouclno Dlollm Only 50c GOOD LUCK 17c I DOG FOOD ? 25c

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