The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 27, 1939
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


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).

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Slated for Next Tuesday OFS2.75ASFROSTDAMAGESLAKE

I BALLOTS MAY Mayor Harris Calls on All CitizensTo OKEECHOBEE CROPSTHE

Attend President's Birthday Ball -

-- WEATHER Prices Still Well Above $2

BECASTIN5DADEPLACES A proclamation calling upon the Mayor Harris' proclamation follows oetu.u.t _....;;;*<:r*(ttw" After Cold In North
people of Homestead and vicinity; : saws. ..-... eraser.D.a Slows Marts

to attend the President's BirthdayBall WHEREAS, Franklin D.
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M..I! MI. tan
which In South Dade will be Roosevelt, president of the Jan. 20 .._._ 71 U GOOD QUALITY STUFFIS

at the Homestead Country Club, United States, did on September Jan. U __.... T4 45 au.Jan. PLENTIFUL HERE
: 23 19)7 the creation of
urge a
22 .. T8 44
on Jan. 30, next Monday was Issued National Foundation for infantile -
f new .f.
Jan. U _..._ 11 4'1 Prices Down
Four From Goulds South yesterday by Mayor Tom paralysis and, Jan. 14 ___. 84 11 Tomato a
u Harris of Homestead.The WHEREAS, he has authorizedthe Jan. 15 _.... 1'1 11 Little Due to Bad Shop

One in Miami, Named ball at the country club will use of his birthday, January Jan. ae ..._ 41 .: ping Weather
By Steffanl 30th, to raise fund for this most ,
be held under the auspice of the .
worthy cause and, Immediate effect of the front and
GRADES AND SIZES TO Junior Woman' Club of Homestead WHEREAS, a great humani- GRAHAM BLASTSPROPOSALS freeze In the and other

BE COMMITTEES' JOB whose president Mr. E. A. tarian need I*fulfilled with these
Lake Okeechobee farming actions
Buchanan 1* chairman of the funds, now therefore,
FORADDEDTAXATION last Thursday: and Friday was toHnd'
Growers event I, Tom J. Harris, mayor; of the
and Shippers to
bean prices at
city of Homestead, do earnestlyurge
Make Recommendations the whole-hearted cooperation skyrocketing from a high" of f 1.80 a

to SecretaryVoting LET CONTRACTON I of the people of Homestead week ago to 12.79 for Black Valentine -
I and the Redland District -
followed close
on- the proposed citrus i In bringing about a most profitable I In characteristic two-fisted language -
SOLAR 'VATERIlEA behind at $2.00 to I2JO. Bountiful -
marketing agreement, tentatively occasion in this fight Senator Ernest R. Graham I
against infantile paralysis by attending soared to a 12.00-12.39 range.
approved last week by the United I
.' IUUCO toldURedland District
TER FOR GYM] the Birthday Ban or by I Price have receded somewhat 1
I State secretary of agriculture, will direct contribution to the cause. Lions Tuesday night what he this week, due to the extreme cold

take plact next Tuesday, Jan. SIt TOM J. HARRIS, Mayor thought about the stirrings In fav>i weather In northern market,

the following places In Dade Contract for Installation of a City of Homestead I of sales tax legislation by the approaching which always lower the demandfor

County: solar water heater at the Homestead session of the state leg fresh green vegetables, but the
Homestead: County tgent'i office school gymnasium, promiseof islature. top price are still well above the

chamber of commerce building which was made to the Homestead Economies in the various department $2.00 mark.
Redland Citrus Growers 200
t packIng I of the state administration, And, contrary to the usual state
house. Parent-Teacher Association of affairs, South Dade ha
appropriation by the state of tho
Couldi: Could Growers (Blue before Christmas, was let this I LUNCH GUESTSOF "odd cent breaks" In the par- beans-plenty; of fine quality stuff,

Gooee) packing home. I week, Cha G. Turner, county mutuel tax, and, U necessary, increase too-to meet the situation. Grower -
Redland: Silver Palm Citrus school board member, said yester of the race track betting tax I here have made several crop
Growers packing house. LOCAL CLUB from 10 per cent to 12 per C'tntJ and are still planting more.

Princeton: Florida Avocado and'J' day.Work the same as California has would i At Pahokee damage to crop wa
Persian Lime Growers packing of erecting the equipmentthat finance not only present and future (Continued On Page Four)
house. will utilize the ray of the Committee were appointed at expense of existing

Miami: County agent's office, tropical sun to provide hot mater the meeting of the Homestead ments but also would depart-I 1250 I

I county court noun.' for the gymnasium showers is expected Rotary Club Wednesday to carryout ficient funds for increased TOUR POTATO
Parties to the
agreement will be to begin within a few day arrangements for the club to pensions, which he favor. Sena-
"the contracting shipper ooranges play host at luncheon the second tor Graham said. He advocated
Its completion, school authorities, : I FIELDS OF DADE
grapefruit and
tangerines and Parent-Teacher leader cay;' annual motorcade Rotariansfrom strongly the matching by the state I ,
in the of
grown state Florida and wfll end the danger of chronic all part of the United State of all federal appropriations for

United the secretary SUtts.of" agriculture of the cold induced by the shock of cold!and Canada which will set out from the construction of roads In Flor VIEW\ JACKING

Miami Feb. 10 and tour South,
water on over-heated bodies of on
According to copies of the agreement athletic teams, and provide the Dade and the Redland District speaker at next week'smeeting !
now In the hands of County The fifth annual Dade Count +ls
of Lions ladies'nightwill
warm shower necessary to relax The appointment were announcedby the -a
Agent C. H. Steffanl, the state will potato tour was made yesterday
tuat, fatigued muscles preparatory Chas. H. Steffanl, general chair be Jarvis C. McElhany,
be divided Into seven district, b y a motorcade that wa bigger
former instructor of electrical
to the final refreshing; anoTtnvig- man. engineering
which will have representation on than ever, starting out In the
orating cold shower. The Rotarian motorcade, sponsored at University
a grower administrative committee Children of sparsely settled by the Miami Rotary Club Texas and, later, 4 the Universityof morning with DO car at the farm
to be chosen by the U. S. secretary I home of J. M. Holferty and ending
California and at the
areas living within the two-mil'l)with Cha I. Brook as its general present on
of agriculture from among staff of Cha F. Ketterlng'i Gen I up late In the afternoon with only
radius of a school may now ride chairman, I II expected to include
nominee elected by the producersof 1 eral Motor research laboratories. 12 desertion from the rank
busses that are not already crowded more than 200 person, and detailed -
the respective diatrict County Agent C. H. Steffanl,
If there is valid reason and if planning and organization on Exhibiting and demonstratingsome
A shipper advisory committee the bus does not have to depart the part of the local club Is neces- of the wonder to be seen at originator and sponsor of the tour,
also will be selected by the secretary I counted 25 out-of-state car In the
from its existing route, thank to sary to carry out the large-Male the General Motor Parade of
from nominee elected by motorcade, and a count of ticket
in Miami he
a resolution introduced by Mr. luncheon.T. I Progress Exposition ,
handler of fruit These committees at the luncheon served the Hol-
Turner and passed at the schoolboard' F. Flournoy, who hat chargeof will speak on "Present and Future -
decide upon a marketing policy Frontier" erty lawn at noon by the ladle of
meeting Wednesday. a knitting mill at Fort Valley,
and make recommendations to the Homestead Presbyterian
with his wife, was a guest of Mr.
the secretary a* follows, accordingto Drunk Driving Hearing and Mrs. J. H. Webster of this Presiding: Elder to Hold Church, revealed that 250 person
the printed agreement: were making the tour of the South
EegvUtira br Onto art Sixes Is Postponed to Feb. 3 city, gave In a the talk making on the of processesInvolved textile Business Sleeting Here Dade potato fields.

'(a) Marketing policy. (1) Before good Mr Flournoy sang two Among field visited were the
making any recommendations Preliminary hearing Gf Lee solos, with Mrs. Webster as ac Dr. R. Z. Tyler, presiding elderof Minnesota state seed demoas1 <-
pursuant to this section for any Beam of Homestead on a charge of companist. the Miami district of the Methodist tlon plot, the North Dakota teed

variety of fruit, the grower administrative driving under the Influence of Episcopal Church, South has certification department plot and

e committee and the liquor, causing an accident leavingthe called a church-wide business the Subtropical Experiment station
shippers advisory committee shall scene of an accident and failing Last Psychology Class to meeting to be convened at the plot At noon while the crowd

with respect to the regulations to report an accident to a police Be Held Here Tuesday Homestead church Sunday afternoon we assembled for luncheon, an

permitted by. this section, submit officer Is scheduled for Feb. 3 before at 3 JO o'clock.Dr. 1 airplane dusting demonstrationwas
to the secretary a detailed report Justice of the Peace Sid L. Tuesday' meeting will be the Tyler has requested the attendance given by an autogiro Infield a
setting forth an advisable marketing Kendrick: after postponement from last of the four extra meetings of all officer and circle adjoining the Holferty pIa...

policy for such variety for the Tuesday. granted the P. T A. sponsored I leaden of the missionary society, Later the Immense potato packinghouse
then current shipping seams Such Beam wa arrested by Marshal class In applied psychology, by the all officer and teacher of the of r. C Peter Inc. wa
report than set forth the proportion Wm. / Ceronimo of Florida City teacher: Dr. Nancy Meek Rain of I Sunday school, all officer of the visited and potato washing drying

of the remainder of the total after, a truck he was driving II, Miami and the federal, state and I Epworth League,and the chairman and packing operations, performed -
.. crop of such variety of fruit (determined alleged to' have backed out into! county- director .f vocational of the board of stewards, said the with the most modern and efficient -

by the grower administrative the Oversea Highway a short distance courses, Mr*. John L. Butt of pastor, the Rev. J. J. Richard machinery, were viewed.
committee to be availablefor north of Palm avenue Into Miami. "Dr. Tyler will present a matter Mark Wilcox, former congress
shipment during the remainderof the path of an automobile driven! Each: member of the class la to of vital importance to the Homestead man, made an Informal addresson
the shipping season of such by. Dr. and Mrs. R W Rider of be graded by herself and by ten of Methodist Church. and al the agricultural assets uastseml*"

riety) deemed advisable by they I Matecumbe, wrecking the car and the other present on the qualities of these members are arged to, by. Florida,**** the noon
(Continued on Page four) 'injuring its ociupants. i that go to make up personality. attend," said Mr. Richard luncheon; "



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..Paw Two THE LEADER'ENTERPRISE Friday, January 27, 1939

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GUARD OF HONOR Townsendites to Elect 'ORANGE VITAMINS! Heart Attack Is Fatal of tAe wonders revealed at the
t Parade of Progress Exposition
I Officers Sunday at 2:30, To Mrs. J. McCready:
Over 100,000 people visited
The annual election of the,;; Mrs Sarah Ellen McCready, 14, York City and 1(1,000 attended the
Homestead Townsend Club will beheld who died suddenly on Jan. 20 a.
which has
I showing Just ended In
I at the regular meeting in the SPEAKER! SAYSI the result of a heart ailment, was Havana.
Neva King Cooper School auditorium burled in Palm Cemetery at Na.

Sunday afternoon at 2:30, I ranja Monday with service con-
n For the purpose at racking available Nomination, made at a previous;I Gilneivllle, Jan. 28. (Special) ducted by the Homestead chapterof CARD OF THANKS
on short wtie. a drilled group, meeting are a* follow: ; Emphasizing that orange Juice i* the Eastern Star-to which she W* wish to express our thank
of Legionnaire for funeral ofveteran For president, S. T Matthews,j I the standard by which the amount had just transferred'her member- to the neighbor and friends for

and far ether ceremonious D. Plche and Mrs. S. H. Fitch;I of C in other foods Is ship by demit. Funeral services their many act of kindness shownIn
IT. ii1 ii1measured, and had been our recent bereavement. We
occasion, the Dad County vice-president L. D. Wyman stressing that this previously conducted at
American element I Ie essential Turner Funeral Home the are grateful for the floral offer
Guard of Honor of the Guy Whitney and Mr*. W. D. to life Itself, by Rev.
/ of R: Glenn Crimes J. J. Richards of the Ings, and we are grateful to the
Legion was formed at a meeting Coker; for secretary, John D. Wy-i attorney for the pastor Home.
representatives of the various I, and J. E McLaughlin: for I[ Florida citrus commission told a stead Methodist Church. Rev. J. J Richards for his comforting

Legion post of the county held In; song treasurer, T. A Feaster, R. Man- I radio audience over the state-1 Born In Ontario, Canada, Mr*. words, and to the O. E S.
the court house at Miami Monday.' owned station WRUF yesterday McCready moved to Homestead members for their service.
son and Ben Young.DIP'S
Officer elected are: captain,I that' without vitamin C Ufa could;, with her husband and several of JAMES s. MCCREADYAND
Wm. H. Green, Miami; first 1 not be sustained."Citrus iI their children 14 yean ago. She FAMILY.

tenant A. B. Lambert, lieu-I ; fruits, being rich in mineral leaves her husband, James S. Mc-
Cables; second lieutenant, Floyd I NEW INFO ,I salts or 'alkallzers,' are help. Cready, and four sons, J. A. Mo

L. Neff, Hialeah; adjutant, Jerry : ful In maintaining the alkaline CreadY of Homestead and Standish '.ra
Gam Miami; finance officer Chas MAP OF FLORIDA i! balance necessary to good health. Mich. John H., Allen and

P. Edwards, Miami Beach; chap I In addition all citrus fruits con-1 j Harry McCready of Standish.
lain, the Rev. Phil J, Gallagher, tale citric acid which give them' Mrs McCready was active Inchu'rch

Miami; historian, Mr. Adele Kendrick HAS EVERYTHING ;i i i their tart, clean taete. Citric acidis and social work. She wasa
commander of PoinsettiaPost burned In the body like sugar, to member of the Woman's Club I
Miami, the only women' give quick energy. Contrary to and of the South Dade Garden

Legion post In Florida. Gulfs new Info-Map of Florida!:' what might be supposed, citric Club. I
On the executive committee are: "ha everything" u.kt-'cannot cause 'an acid condi- '

q Wm. J. Geronimo, Florida City; Packed Into the largest-ical ftlon'! ... I i \WONDER PARADE '

GUI A. Anderson. Leon L Bow tourist map ever published on the'! Mr. Grimes at the conclusion of II | 'I

man, Oscar W. Falrcloth Chas T. Sunshine State Is useful Information his talk atressed the superiority of,
Fuchs, Jr.. Ceo. Button Jack : and colorful Illustrations on'I Florida oranges, grapefruit and IS EXPOSITION OFGENERALMOTORS

Simon, Margaret Walker. history, navigation motoring, agriculture tangerines, stressing that the FlorIda -

conservation and recrea-I orange contains considerably :i I
Inducements OfferedBy
Are 1 more juice than those from other

U. S. Army RecruitersAtlanta tion.Of great Interest to Florida visitors -1 areas, '
who pick up one of these new I Miami, Jan. 26: Miami will be'I r

Jan 2 .-Major General map at a Gulf station Is the chart j! 700 Rehearse at Tampa I host to General Motors' Internationally -)

3 Stanley D. Bmblclc from army which reproduces color sketches I For DeSoto Fair Jan. :311 I celebrated Parade of Progress -
headquarters at Atlanta announced of thirty-two leading specie of. ____ I Exposition from January 29 Your car at
t that the regular army reserve will game fish found In water In and through February 5, and the Miami
Tampa, Jan. 26. (FNS)-Tha
be recruited up U 75,000: men Im- around the state. Best season for Chamber of Commerce, which /has
grounds and buildings of the Pan
mediately according to Instructionsjust catching each kind of fish and the American DeSoto Exposition hen brought this unique "World's Fair its best
received from the war department place where they are found are on Wheels" to the city Invite all
are a swarm of activity this week
Washington, D. C listed In the chart South Florida resident and visitors -
A change In the regulations a* final touches are made In prep : to join with Miamlons In this'
d In addition there I Ia an Informative aration for the grand opening Youll think snore of your
which permit the enlistment of big celebration of the miracles
d chart on wild life of Florida, 1 Jan. 31. car than webdan who you
reservist In the grade held | worked by science.Admission .
upon a summary of main point In the travel the Amoco way.More
discharge from the regular Rehearsals for the huge pageant to all performances'!
army Florida fishing and hunting laws, I 'I and less
sparkle wear
of DeSoto continue the cast of I snap
a* I
will greatly Increase the number I will be free. This will be the
a mileage table showing distances on the motor. Let us plltAmoco.
y rl of enlistment, according to 700 person becomes each day'more ; only showing this year In this':
between point, and a listing of -0.* la the Unk
s letter-perfect In their parts
tary authorities at Fourth section. Hour will be from 4 until!
4 i Area headquarters. mm-I I the speed limit .In Florid, Georgia The pageant will be the outstanding It p. m. daily. I Amoco Motor Oilta the enuikcase. > ,
and I
Alabama.Generoussized t
'I .
Notice how
ready enlisted will be promoted to feature every night during the "Glass" made of sawdust, "silk" Much man
a the grade held by them on discharge vicinity map tint week of the exposition. ,' made of glass, "wool" from ikun-j quietly and smoothly shtiuM.AmocaOu I
i without request panels on Miami, Miami Beach, St.I It'i going to be the grandest med milk, eggs frying on a news-I I i II mat namely Saw f

All prior service men are urged Petersburg-Tampa, West Palm I three weeks of events, exhibits and paper, motion "stopped" by a'; cline; It's a special MmM
to contact at once the nearest recruiting Beach. Jacksonville, Orlando anda I entertainment this state has ever flickering lamp, music cast on alight motor fuel. Y..'ll like the
station or army post or map of the Island of Cuba are I seen," laid Manager P. T. StriederI ....m'A but a few! kind 01 stxviea we i". yeti I
w write to the Commanding General Included. Colorful little sketches i; too. Com la a4 *M .*.
4 how the chief diversions, the! For results Leader-
Fourth Corp, Area, Post Office 'I use
BIoi,., Atlanta G*, for detailed dress of typical Inhabitants aircraft -1 I Enterprise Classified Ads JOE TORCISE'S : W P CASH'SService
Information.FEStlVAr'MYS". which serve these area, etc. .
In short, the new Gulf InfoMap'if I' ITALIANAMERICANRESTAURANT !

Florida contain the answer to I Station
virtually every question that enters DR. C. H. DENBY ,

g the mind of either visitors or|' Osteopathic Physician Flatter Ave. Homestead
ARE DESIGNATED old-time residents, and It I II filledto Phone It Opp. E. X. Station, Florida City

d the brim with Inviting suggestions -!'' Homestead Ha. I OPEN ALL NIGHT .
of place to thing to do SPAGHETTI DINNER 400
One ..... Drat I....>
Plan for the tenth annual Red- and sight to see A copy of the
A land District Fruit Festival went new map I II free for the asking at]
forward this week with the designation all Good Gulf stations I

to be Feb.of an 21.official second"School day I SATES DOLLARS
Turner festival, according Jr., chairman to NEW MODERN A car that ;

i from all schools of the county are I PALMS HOTEL i
expected to attend and will be admitted -
free at all times. Florida City :

Other day designated for special Room and Apartments I
'group* are March 1. Amcrl- I without
Inquire at
can Legion Auxiliary and All I i now
States Day;' March 2, "New En.I I TORCISE RESTAURANT II I
land Societies Day" and March, I 1a I
3, Three Score and Ten Club I is one famous Ford word. STYLE UABrasiIr1-The teatom, toft trmrverss.springs,
P ECONOMY lIlY cam at the tow.prica fold 4 hydraulic shark a--.
Townsend clubs and Pioneer Day.1 1l is another. And no Ford
Plans are also underway officials V-TYPE l-CYUroa DCINI- STABILIZED CHASSlS-No font
has linked
] !l car ever the two more end bobbin* or dippirf., Livduita.
E'lhtqllnd.&i. naMhnM.
aid for {
mass attendance ofj: lent level idc.scttxnnc .
J1'mben of other chic tourist and'g.irdcn Tropical Cafe clearly than the present Ford V-8.Learn Small cylinder give economy j atom

club groups for yourself how far it makes your HTDKAOUC IBM-: R..yr Monet bulbed soumwooriNG for quiet tidsl

1 Added space has been allotted to' t door north of city hall I money go-in quality as well M thrift! ctini--quick, straight stop lOW PRICES-aar.rtised
S the displays by Dade County chapters ntPLI-C1ISlIIONED courOIT- of
l HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA I prices Includt many item
of the Future Farmers of New Double rou-td|.Mt cub- deuraMe equipment

America, according to Charles HSteffanl ,'
,I Regular dinner ...... 50c
county ,rirllllul'alllenl!

The entire center of one large I i Plate lunch ....... .... 35c I Its voua TOt0 ,
tent will b* Used for display oflornamental \ / ii DIALER TODATItQUIPMINT

tr stock and flowers exhibited Mb Ruth Steffanl and Mrs.

by Individuals, girdenclub\ Florence Kereado, Props. I

group, the Future Farmer chapters .. .j
and 4-H club boys and girls. 0./ ,.
This apace will b* ringed by com- .,; .,f.

t mciUal exhibit of nursery stock, ,
and promises to be ono of the moat COZY DINERN
ntllctlve.ln. group of four i -
tents I Krome Ave.

.) Special school exhibits Include
Regular Meals SSe seaT I
the home boot display
a general c\l'ibit of grammar -I -Bone Steak or C'.hleken I 62 INCLUDID .G I
school work and a general exhibit i gt.d.allrrderJaaesew. .. ,
Short Order, SandwichesSea
of high school work Prizes, I IS THE DELIVERED PRICE IN DETROIT
of $10, $5 and 13 will, b- :awarded Food la Season
TMi I* tot the fO h p. Tinfor Sedan mum.""d oM In.euoto .
in all classification Dinner --. Me -U the foJIowinti Bumper end bur .bumper guerdee FORD V 8
Sale of comm 1,1 ,1.ire area I Soere wheel, tire end tube e Cigar lighter e Twin inelee-
steadily Increasing, ,uu d i ng to J. Wm. Folliard. Proprietor trio ham. Duel windthwM wipes e Bun vow .
U. Croft: In charge of u." de- Uenu vita indicator as tnetrunent pa eL_ A 60 H.P. 85 K.F.

partaken .J

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January .27,..1939:... THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE .> > Pam Three_ ,

the first two hours In the morningand TO STUDY LANDSCAPING )j

school dismissed at 11 o'clo k. From outside In will be the procedure I

_ Homestead High-Lights I In order to give teachers an opportunity of the interior decorating )

I to complete records and Class of Homestead High School ,;

WRITTEN BY MEMBERS OT THE HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISM CLUB AND prepare reports for the semester during the next few weeks.

EDITED BY ITS SPONSOR. MISS ELEANORE IIOLFEBTT .Thursday was declared a holidayfor Having completed the selection

---- the students of color schemes and room furnishings -

J RACI SEASON Plans Made by Schools I of the art department as well AY// Although the second semester for home Interior, the
will begin work on studyIng -
recent work In finger painting and opens officially over the county classes
I For Festival Exhibits Coop and clay sculpture. i I I on Monday Jan 30. school will be landscaping procedures and
STARTS ATIIM I I held as usual since there are no architectural daslgn This work ;
Examples of sewing and cooking j jaa
With the date of the Fruit Festival well as diet and menu exhibits ,changes In the high school program will be followed by studies of
steadily approaching tentative I Friday, Jan. 27. house planning
'J WITH NEW TERMIt's I and health posters will form part I
plans are being made far exhibits of the home economics display.
and entries by the classes and departments -
d, of Homestead High PALERMO SPAGHETTI HOUSEFlorida
I racket! Beginning the School. I
Mid-Year Exams Over
i new semester both boys' and ,Irl8' Work Is being done In the senior City, Fla (Florida City Garag Building)
physical education classes will School Today as
English department on "movies"Illustrating Usual]
j begin swinging badminton and the stories of "SilasMarner' !' SPAGHETTI AND MEAT BALL DINNER 40c

,I tennis racket for the new class and "Vanity Fair." Jun- 'I Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Home-made Italian Bread 8c loaf
i sport Tournament of the jecond term In badminton ior high classes are working .,n a of the past welt were set asides'I HOME MADE APPLE PIES (Made With Fresh Apples)
frieze of the King Arthur series for mid-year examinations In both
will begin after a week or so of ,Work In water colors and pastels .I elementary and high schools Exmtnatlons -' JOE PALAZZOLO Prop.
',practice for the boys'physical education -I will be I part of the exhibit. have been given during i
j -classes. Popular through
the part months aa an after schools
s sport, badminton will be played
by alt physical education classeiwith I
i 'the'exception of the seventh

i frade Clrla' physical education Classes Free at Good Gulf Dealers'-

will atari with tennis through aU
grades In both junior and anioi
high school While both begiaoini 1939 FLORIDA FUN MAP
and advanced groups will be used,
special attention will be given U
school tournament play as' practice .
for participation later In the
season In county tournament play
F a.
All girls who are interested In
tennis are asked to see Mrs May-
Hard after school Friday afternoon


Plan First Dade-Wide

Girls Tennis Tourney '

Selected us representatives of
Homestead High School, Athlej
Kemp and Lois Pierce will attend
the county meeting of high school
tennis Saturday.players to be held In Miami a.sA'i

Purpose of the meeting Ices U
make plans for the first county-
wide glrVhlgh school tennis toun.
nament 11the history of Pad
County Both junior and senloi i
t high schools will be Included it
the plans THI HIT MAP of the tale..a unique,diflrrrnt/ 1'11'.0ur< guide,
I Tournament play will be ,Open absolutely e. last one of the "estrai'you gel from Gulf--
from all the secondary schools In Florida's touring headquarters Drive In for your free map
the county. I at the Sign of the Orange DIM today

Plans Made to Raise

$too for School Bane
N'r Mt A ,
Activities of the music depart- 1"Air rNf ST1d stwNOSBAND ?WHAWO-00 AND MWE.P6f7 EC AMO AYi 404.0
ment of Homestead High School 1 NE/P'/ZOw/LH&.4A/fOP -,afiET TO-6OIH ftCKIMl'lIUMtif )We 01Y7N/N6
will center during the second semester WHY GULPS AT G//lf rN/SMORN/A G- US ttUOY WIKTHOH / 001 Af4f-
around plans to raise fundsfor xff w114CESQc mere M/.Y/lEAeOr/RS/XY/1fQ/
the purchase of band Instruments FKCEMAPDELIGHTS JrK r sat dwarfs
According to Mrs Margaret A3'N/bSDQAF YTN/ .
Mills; bard leader, the goo! .
for the campaign has been set al q -w. .
Immediate plans for the drive I i "
Include the sponsoring of a picture $ ..Il
show the proceeds to go to the e s
band fund A band concert Is al.being *
planned a
"Increased Interest In band
work," explained Mrs Mills, "is l
the chief reason back of the need!
for more Instruments for our NERfr A FFEf AN6LER$ ClCTF/CAT6 >nAna
work." D NY P"CC/ril;Aerl XWNY A7SZCAROS

Ovtf N0-4th' 6,49. 14. 'rTGY/R/NSPEC/glt/I4vE YOOfRltO?

Redlandsfafe /:+Y flAO Yutl t 'wREMfiYBfRfO

zsroue ..
rAV/ .

Dinner .... .. ... 50c F. PURR ICE ATia-Mighty refreshing ...... travel grinM, A thorough, yet
dining a long dm*. At most Coral frail job.OUlPfSIOI.
Plate Lunch. ... SOc: Gulf desires,along with cell bottled II r 'o J

drinks. mIg
1 :;:;
MRS A. NAEORS. Prop. "
Oil CHANOI-Replaces
if; lr. rl-worn oil with(fresh. 100%Fun
i ran lADiAToa TIRE AND 'A"IIY Prnna in tht right ".* *for ,'I riJ.
I Homestead's Oldest CHICK-UeliM keep you out of a peck *""*
of trouble IMS Ida-<

Barber Shop i !

,1 .UL> MO-NOX ITHn-ththtadtpnoga '/
GULP LUBRICATION-Cetsfidoftravel JIM nrad for hibp..l *xirin|
la new quarters three aq.eak.-.u .tp rt, luw-ooat job. la moil- b4gb.gaiprMamn; Carol!
doers south of Urn First
National Bank

Expert A trial and will courteous be appreciated.service. I irtI:: BE GULF'S GUEST IN FLORIDAFridav.


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Page Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 27, 1939

lations. (1) Whenever the ship- by-products, or (c) export to foreign his recent trip to Cuba an4.ret.ttn. PRICESContinued
THE LEADERENTERPRISEUBBCBIFTION par advisory committee deems It countries other than Canada,, Our chapter: project committee

F.4" ... Fri d.m as 111.000 604 ".,. advisable to regulate any variety or (d) consumption within the! reported that the Farm Journal ( from Page One)
t b .... _.. Mo ,.w...... Cw: pursuant to this section, the said state of Florida, nor shall any assessment subscription campaign we recently
estimated at 50 to 00 per cent, and
sax" ARCICR -. ._ arlIIARJORIR .... committee shall recommend the be levied on fruit (oihlpped. engaged In resulted in a net return the bean crop was regarded almost
to the
The grower administra treasury amounting to
LaACII ARCHERa particular grade and sizes or
__ __ ._ ___ dollar and a total loss. Growers here have
A-Ie : either thereof deemed by It advisable tive committee may preacrlbe adequate seven eighty-seven
SAN"w friend and relatives In the Lake
-..-. -- .... to be shipped. In making safeguard to prevent fruit cent Willard Norman, the chair- section and not a few local
NOW" L IDOL u a.. a..I .".... .1 such determination, the Mid committee hipped for such purpose from entering man of thla committee, expressedthe men
... .. are financially Interested In wd.e tilt commercial fresh fruit Chan- appreciation of the committeeand crop
wares e. Ins.t shall give due consideration the
over there general feeling la,
neb of trade member for the good
contrary the provisions support
to the following factor relating to
It should be, one of regret
RATES given by and
hereof. The our neighbor friends
fa s... CMMT' _.?-,.,._...._ the citrus: fruit produced In Florida termby- in making the the misfortune of the.Lake growers -
product uaed herein campaign a
M includes success.The
d .u. Cm II processed and manufactured chapter project committee
prices, including prices by grades
1 section mean that prices that were
product of fruit I including canned also outlined plans for issuance of
and sUes of the fruit for which
already good are going to be better. !
another edition of the
bottled fruit and fruit Redland District
or Juice: -
regulation 1 recommended b
OTRUSPACTContinued ; ( ) Tomato price were depressed
Provided, that fruit shipped for Guide, which we first presented
amount on hand at the principal
somewhat this week also due to
to tIe last
conversion into public
fruit Juices with- year
markets, a* evidenced by supplies unfavorable buying conditions
t One) out further proceulng treatment Another feature of our meetingwas
( From Page or
on track; (c) maturity, condition brought about by the bitter cold
to render the same bona fide man parliamentary practice.
shippers advisory committee and and available supply, including the Cecil Parker reported that the wave in the North. The $2.00 high
ufactured or processed product,
the growers administrative committee grade and size thereof in tIe producing chapter bas purchased filing of last week had sunk to $1.75 per
as above described, shall be a
to be shipped during such area; (d) other pertinent field crate.provided .
cabinet In which to recordsof
deemed fresh fruit and shall be keep
market information; and (e) the
aeaaon. subject to all regulations herein our chapter and that he expects
such level and trend in consumer Income he M* dime
(2) In determining each contained. to order manual for all members "chip a regardless -
1 marketing policy and advisable The shippers advisory committee who want th.m.Announcement. of which team he is on._
shall promptly report the ,
proportion, the committees shall, was made by Bill
y give due consideration to the following recommendations so made, with Redland F. F. A. NotesBy Hampton that his subscription Dr. Leonard W. Haskin

factors relating to citrus; supporting information to thegrowers Harold Hampton reporter campaign team would entertain .... JMnc ta ROD l.."' ...
fruit produced in Florida and in administrative committee, -.- the other team at "hot dog" roast nsU.s ..4 axalr, "
other states: (a) the availablecrop which shall In turn submit the Friday night. Announcement of GLASSESREAL
tame to the secretary together At our regular meeting Tuesday
of each variety of citrus fruit
this the bulletin board .. .
posted on III R. 1. First Y1..1 PI-
t in Florida, and In other states Including I with its own recommendation and night our president, George Orun- states that any member attendingwill (:..'....' AIr c..tll.....
the grades and sizes thereof supporting Information respecting well, reported the progress made a.e.akat T.6-mw
be privileged to bring a girl
p which grades and sizes In FlorIda the: factor hereinbefore enum In forming sub-district F F. A.
erated. federation, and the officer nomi-
shall be determined by the,
growers administrative committee' (2) The failure of the shippers nated for the remainder of this I

pursuant to section 2; (b) the probable advisory committee to make a year. President drunweU was
shipment of citrus fruits, recommendation, after having received nominated for sub-district vice- ESTATE
from other states; (t) the level notice of the Intention of president our chapter vicepresident -
and trend in consumer income; (d) the growers administrative committee will be a member of the sub-
the prospective supplies of competitive I to meet for the purpose of district federation' executive III II. A. CAMERONPRICES

commodities; and (e) other, receiving such recommendationwith mittee, and we will be com-I I LOW-est since 19tO:
1 pertinent factors bearing on tile' respect to regulations authorized at the next meeting of the These are SUPERIOR VALtES:
marketing of fruit. by this section: shall not tion by these and two more
(3) In addition to the foregoing,' preclude the growers administrative bers to be elected a* delegate by Business Properties:
the committee shall set forth a committee from submitting.our chapter later.R. 75 ft. lot with bulldlar. 4500. Flasher avenue
schedule of proposed regulationsfor recommendations and supporting) B. Hampton, on* of our visitors 50 ft. lot with hollow Ute building lit z lit, $6. M
b the remainder of the chipping, information to the secretary. |) told us of his contact with 115 ft FUfler avenue with rooming house, $4,750

season for each variety of fruitfor (3) The grower administrative Northsid Technical School la Country Properties :
which I recommendations to the committee shall give at least Miami, and of the "open house"

secretary pursuant to this section' twenty-four (24) hours notice of, program held by it last Friday; 10 acres small 10 acres house with land Urge all house cleared, $1,100 about 50 good
are contemplated. Such schedules! any meeting to consider the rec- night, when visitors were especially trees, $1.150
ii shall recognize the practical operations ommendation of regulations pursuant welcomed and privileged togo Acreage on good roads and power line, $25 to $5* per acre
of harvesting and preparation *: to this section, by publication through all department and I acres, close In, on Krome avenue, cleared $140 per acre.
for market of each variety In dally newspapers, selected see the student then in classes 1,000 acre Krome avenue above Eureka road $21 per acreI
and the change in grades and sizes by the said committee, of general doing their work. Mr. Hampton I have what you want.
thereof a* the respective seasons circulation In the citrus producing spoke very highly of the school,I Let me show you. t j
advance. In the event It 1* deemed districts of Florida. The said committee and especially of the course now
advisable to alter such marketing shall give the same noticeof 1 beginning in diesel engineering, H. A. CAMERON 1
policy or advisable proportion as any such recommendation, at which is of great Importance to
the In least forty-eight hours before farmers and others In our territory.
shipping season progresses (48) Phone 72 Homestead, Fla. .:
? view of changed demand and supply the time that It Is recommendedthat Kenneth Parker also a visitor,
condition with respect to such regulation become effective [ was with us for only a few minutes 4I

fruit the said committees shall and shall mall a copy of such i I but told us informally of'I .

submit to the secretary a report notice to each handler who has -.
thereon.t filed his address with said committee
t w ( ) The growers administrative for this purpose. -1 1aura
committee shall notify producers Fruit Not Subject to Ret illation
and handler of the contents of Nothing contained herein shall .
such report by publishing a sum, be construed to authorize any limitation -
many thereof In dally newspapers, of the right to ship fruity \
selected by the said committee, Of > express or parcel poet or fora
general circulation In the citrus (! ) consumption by charitable institution -
i producing districts of Florida. or distribution by relief ,.

4 (b) Recommendation for regu agencies, or (b) conversion Into .,....... ,
) .
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Equal monthly installments, about the

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the responsible family with a regular income h;
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other Truck Crop Seeds We will be glad to explain this "pay out of

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See Us Before Buying FIlA in and let's discuss your home-building plans.

Modernization Loans-no mortgage up top
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, ,
little each month.



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Friday January 27. 1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Para Fh !

Mn. Walter Friend of Window, and Billy Penkava spent MondayIn Ctrlln li a sister of Marshal Win. {

Arli., arrived Wednesday to spend Key West J. Geronimo. Her husband If a
two week with Mr and Mrs. C. retired captain of the New York

. i i In and Around W. Camp at their-grove home. I Friday.Mr M. D. Ingrain; left for Cuba City police force.

Word has been received of the Mia Lucille Hartman of Toledo 1
safe arrival of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.' Roger Snow left for his horn InBnlndford. arrived Friday for a visit with her

Homestead Delaney and their family and John Conn. Monday after grandparents, Mr. and Mn. T. B.Lelnlnger. .
Moffett at Conrad Ark., where a visit with hit parent. Mr. and .
\' Mrs.DavldB.Snow.
they are now operating a tourist
Bill Goodwin and Harry Stuart
camp. I Tony Torausl arrived Tuesday LewUburg W. Va, were recent I

Mn. Nellie Bridget baa returnedto Mr. and Mr*. M. Gary of Ocala from Boston for the winter. guests at the home of Mr.and Mn. \
Mn. W. D. Edwards of Ashe-
her 'home In BlaU,y, Ga, visited Mr. and Mr*, B. C Murphy J. B. Cohernour.
ville, N. C, visited Mr. and Mn.
after a visit with her aon-ln-law Monday.Dr. Mr. and Mrs Miles C. Carlln of i
Edwards few last
R. E.
and daughter Mr and Mri. Lest r a days Baysldo, Long Island, arrived Jack Caculla of Oneida M. Y.,

Lawrence, for the past three and Mr. Frank Hausman week. Monday to stay until May In their left Monday after a one-week visit

weeks. returned Tuesday from Tuscaloosa, FLORIDA CITY cottage on N. Broadway. Mr with hit brother, Stephen Caculla. t

Ala. They left here for Tuscaloosa .

Mr and Mrs Guy Vlnson are on Jan. 15 to accompany the
body of Dr. Hausman'i mother, Mayor and Mrs. Edward Stlllng i
announcing the birth of a nine DANCE SATURDAY NIGHTMusic
MI'II. Diana Adella Hausman, to left Sunday to attend convention
pound son, Guy Vlnson, Jr. on
Tuscaloosa for burial. : of mayors at Winter Haven and to
Jan. 20 in Jackson Memorial hospital by University Orchestra each Saturday:
friend In Bradenton.
visit They
-- I
in Miami. Mn. Vlnson Is Machine Music Dally
Mr. and Mn. O. T Edward of returned Wednesday.
former Miss Tower. 1
the Mary
West Palm Beach and their son I IMn. Steak and Chicken Dinners a Special Featureof
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. Catharine
A six-pound daughter, Margaret Henry Brooker Jr., and MI'I.I Potter Douglas Chapman Our New ServiceALL
Jeanette was born to Mr. and B. H. Edwards and Mn. KINDS Or SANDWICHES AND DUNKS
Mrs. X. W. Woodward Silver Edwards.

Palm In the Post Graduate hospital HOMESTEAD: COUNTRY CLUB
Tuesday Mr. and Mn. E. P. Wilson ofHoU.wood
For Reservation Phone 1'1
spent the week-end

Mr. and Mn. Hal McLaughlin with Mr. and Mn. A. J. Campbell. I F I

of Princeton announce the birth of; We Give the
a six-pound daughter, Violet Mr. and Mn. Jason Homeland of

Marie, In the Post Graduate hospital Feastenrllle, Pa. who have been
Saturday visiting the Rev. and Mn. A. M. Genuine
Vivien in Redland left Tuesday
for Saint Petersburg.Mn. EUGENE PermanentSoft
Mrs. Ralph Wilson returned to

her borne Saturday after medical E. J. Dyal left Wednesday rolling wave abundant -
treatment In the Post Graduate
hospital for a visit in Hendenonvllle, N. C. lasting curls that's the

The Rev. and Mn. J. J.Richards kind of a permanent you want
Stuart Hall broke his right arm have as a guest Mr. Richards'
And that's the kind we give.
Saturday while cranking a cement aunt, Mn. Alice Richard of

block machine. Panama City. For wa do genuine Eugene r
. ---
" I Mr. and Mr J. R. Collum and waving, with genuine Eugene
Mr. and Mn. Charles P. Ware I I
ef Somerset, Ky. visited friends 1. G Collum, all of Wilson, Ark. Sachets. Let us "dreu" your G. R. OLDENDORF & CO.
arrived Sunday to visit Mr. andMrs.
in Homestead last week. I
I Adrian Jacob The visitors I hair for the season, with natural -

Mr. and Mn. Corbet Smith are and Captain and Mr. L. R. Jacob undulation and flatterIng -

entertaining Mr*. Smith' brother,, and Mrs. Jacobs and son, Billy I
face-and-neck curlslBush's PLUMBING SUPPLIES"We
Onard Parker, and Tllson Brake- pent Thursday In Key West Mn.
field of Cullman, Ala. Tolbert Ruffin and Mrs. L. H.

Mn. Ceo. Flanagan; of West! .Hatke it the of Jacobs Richmond home, Va.Wednesday., visited' Barber Shop meet mail order house prices" t i

Palm Beach arrived last week to
& Parlor I
visit tier mother, Mn. J. R. Cham-* Mn Julia Polk I Ia In Jacgson 25 Flagler Street lIo..ntead.

bliss. Memorial hospital Miami recovering "1-. IF...811t...e 0..sown. r%pen do..v. _U. --
from an operation performed -
Mrs Catherine Pickard
there a week ago yesterday "
taken to the Kendall hospital .
Thursday. : .
Fritz 1ackao""i E. R. Goldberg I d
Miss Margue'iii Murphy arrived Thomas Doyle and John R. Lloyd
Friday from Decatur Ala. to visit pent Tuesday fishing in Cape Ll L I
her parents Mr. and Mn. B. C Sable water .
Murphy. Her sister, Miss Catherine '
Murphy came from Miami t'" Mr. and M..;: Ceo. W. Crook and

spend the week-end at their home. grandson. James, of North Waterford 1

0., have come for a two- ,
J. H. Gramm of West Plummer
month stay in Redland.Mr. r
drive Ii Ul In University hospital 1 N

in Coral Gable and Mrs John H Lloyd oiAgawam

Mass, are visiting Mr. f
Miss Joan Kellum returned to ROOMLIMPROVEMENT({1
and Mrs. Fritz Jackson at their 0 "
her home in Miami Springs Sunday .IT-
home on Plummer drive.
after spending a week with I "

MIll Geraldine Reltt. I Mr. and Mrs: Albert Dibble of /-o-t 'e.- ,

Mr7"a:" ,Otis, Mass, and OJus, ria. were
Mr. and,, R. Hall have
guests of Mr. and Mrs.John Lloyd'
had a* guests since Saturday Mn
.t the Fritz Jackson home on West
A. J. Hutchinson of Galveston
Plummer drive Wednesday.
Texas, and her daughter, Sally.
Mn. Hutchinson was formerly a
nurse at the Dad County hospitaland

Dr. Hutchinson was a doctor
there. Is there "room for improvement" when you look at your kitchen,

Charles Abenoa Portsmouth I IV. living room, bedroom, or bath?

.., arrived Sunday to visit his
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mn. G. R. Hall.
Give your rooms the proper background for indoor living with a
M-T; : '
Mr. and H. Flournoy
Left Wednesday for their home In I new color scheme-paint. paneling. remodeling.You'll .

Fort Valley, Ga, after a two-week find in budget too for all kinds of home repairsand
visit with Mr. and Mrs Julian H. room your ,
Webster. improvements if you use the FHA Plan of convenient monthly
Concrete Blocks payments. We will help you to put through a loan to modernize .

Like thePyramids your present home or to build a completely new home.

Come in and let us show you the latest

LIFETIME construction: call in modern treatments for walla, floors,
for Concrete Block They I

give you the satisfaction of and woodwork. Estimates without ob
1 lasting qualities combined
Hi > with beauty. There are many ligation.BROOKER .

The Laundry Frees Uses for Concrete Blocks In

Mn. Housewife your building plans. Ask for

t.....,. f... 1M _IF wesidan.- details. y
aMt to w .s ... Zw with I
tow ..._ Y ,lie IMMIM was LUMBER CO.
Mra. MMw th MM, kwM. a.-4rp to
AW milk H .n ... r.ta rtatylnsN Naranja Rock Co.
..kF-.pMU ad ....u..... ;
Homestead Fla. Phone 62iU.

Nanoja, florid ] .
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Page Six ..+...-i.+.. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 27 199 .

1111; I. Social Events in South Dade I. '

T W. B. BIRD 19 GIVEN H. B. Beatty and M.... E. S. Cap- Mn. R. L. Hobson, Mrs. A. W. MRS. C. T. HARPER IS

BIRTHDAY SURPRISE I linger. H. B. Beatty was made The Calendar Jones, Mn. W. A. King, Mrs. Helen HOSTESS TO DORCAS CLASS

i' Mn. W. R. Bird gave a dinner degree coptaln. --- Peterson, Mrs. O. C. Radford, Mra.A. Mn. C. T. Harper was hostess

party M I birthday surprise for After a few lame, hot choco- Jan. 28.-White elephant salt at D. Smith Mrs. R. Schneider, to the Dorcas Class at a businessand

Mr Bird last night at their home late, cookies and candy were Hospitality House Mrs Harry D. Wolfe, Mn. J. W. social meeting yesterday af
Shoust and Mn. Geo. N. Wake-
In Porvenlr. served. Jan. 29.-Annual election meeting field.F. ternoon. Mn. H. Collier conducted -

In bingo, the game of the evening Those present were: Mrs R. W. of Townsend Cilub at 2:30: the devotlonals.

two grand prizes ai well at MulJIns, Mrs Blanche Chapman, In Neva King Cooper SchooL Those present were: Mn.. J.

many small prizes were given. Mri. R. O. Moon, Mri. Cora Belle Jan. 30.-President's ball. L. T. CLUB TO GIVE Lawrence Scott, Mri T. E. Kirby,

The guests were members of Crinold, Mn. Mollie\ WIngate, Mn., Jan. 31.-Last meeting of classin SPAGHETTI SUPPERAt M.... T. E. Shackleford, Mn. Homer

li the Wednesday Bridge Club, Mr. McLean, Mrs. Beatty, Mrs. Cap- applied psychology in school the F. L. and T. Club meetIng Davis, Mn. A. D. Smith, Mri.
Tuesday evening at the
and Mr*. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mr. linger and Dr. Shanklin. I clinic room at 7:30.: home Frank Mcllwaln, Mn. E. L. Lawrence -
of Mrs.
Harry D. Wolfe,
and Mra. Julian H. Webster, Mr. Feb. 1.-Meeting of W. M. plant were Mn. J. J, West, Mri. Collier
made for
s and Mrs W. E. Rheney, Mr. and BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN I circles U'I I held Feb.a 4.spaghetti The money supper will to be be and Mn. Harper.Mr .

Mrs. James Bird, Mr. and Mrs FOR JEAN CAROL DENDY Feb. 1.-Redland Ladles' used
to buy chain for the recrea-
1 Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. T. Little Jean Carol Dendy celebrated party at Eby home on Redland tion hall of the Odd Fellows build. *. J. J. Richards. Mn. Dan

I. Fault, Mr. and MM. Bvo Webb, her second birthday Mon road. ins A bake salt will be held on Williams, Mn. Casper Williams
and Mr. and Mri. Frank Webb. day at a party given at the homeof Feb. 2.-Meeting of Presbyterian Feb. 18.Nfl. Mn. J. P. .Dye, Mrs. J..E. Davis,

5 her grandmother, Mrs E. F. Women's Auxiliary.Feb. Anna Messertmith and Mn. Bessie Showalter, Mn. A. S.

WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS Dendy. The rooms were decorated 4F. L. T. Club spaghetti Mrs. Wolfe, the hostesses, served Woye. Mn. A. A. Massey, Mn. J.
SOCIAL MEETING nasturtiums and mari supper in I. O. t). F. hall.
with Redd .
sandwiches and coconut sticks D. Mn. J. A. McNeUI Mn.
At the social meeting of the goldi.I Feb. 9 Meeting of Garden with coffee and tea. I A. M. Logan and Miss Helen Livingston .

} Wortun'1 Club Tuesday Dale Faust I Group pictures wert taken. Club at home of Mr. and Mn. Wm. Members present were: Mrs.Florence attended the W. M. S. some

played piano numbers and Frank Jello with whipped cream was Dunlop. meeting Tuesday in Coral Gatlei.V. .
Pacetti, Mn. Cora Belle
Feb. I B. P. W. C. pot luckdinner
MriKeith and
number cake
Bilrllo, accordion served with the birthday
and at Hospitality Crinold, Mn. H. B. Beatty, Mrs.E. .
a Foulk won the contest for punch. The rake was adorned program S. M. U. Circle Six will meet
Capllnger and Dr Irene
{ words fron"Woman'l well House at (.30. Feb. I at home of Mri.
forming the most with Jean Carol'i name as as the C. H.
Shanklin. The \
visitors included
of Junior
Feb. ( -Meeting
Clubs Do Things. Dr. with two candles and rosebud Mr. and Mrs. Howarth. of Lake Denby.All .
Woman's Club.
Irene Shanklin and Mr*. H. icing.
of, Worth and Mn. Lena Brlckley.
Feb. 7.- meeting
and Mrt. B. kinds of will be
Were hostesses games
Rubber dogs were given asfavon.
M. S.
Rue"l Homestead W
lin was program chairman. played at the Redland Ladles' Aid
Feb. 7.-Meeting of executive W. E. Rheney, Wlllard Flt1e(d,
t At the next meeting, on party Wednesday, Feb. 1, at"
The little guests included: Rose committee and room mothers at C. J. Parman and Ralph Rust were
will of Mn.
the home Florence
f, MM. N. D. L. Swan speak on Ebyon
Chinese youth. Marie McClung, Roda Jean Bow :2 p. m. In clinic room. hosts at a fish fry Monday eveningat Redland road.

i MM. man, Jane Cooper, Myrna Elizabeth Feb. 10.-Union meeting of Red- the home of Mr and Mrs. A. F.
Thom present were: Harry
D. Wolfe, Mri. B. E. Gatlln, Mrsr I Pope, Dickie Huff, Herbie land and Homestead P. T. A.'. In Arthur. (Additional Society on Page Seven)
Turner Jackie Caves. Skippy Redland at 8 m. -------- -
r N. G. Ball, Mrs Holllster Sage,, p. .
Souls, Pat Boatwrlght and Rlckie Feb. IS.-Work meeting of
Mrs Joel J. Robinson, Mn. Gran
t !
I Becker Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. tiFi
McLellan Smith. Mn. Henry E. _
Grown-ups present were: Mn., '
Johnson Mn. M. F. White, Mrt.
B, F. Dendy, Mrs. Astra
Dandy, Mri. J'I Feb. 17.-Meeting of Ad
Mr W. E. RheneyMi .
C .1 Parman
IE. McClung, Mm. D. Bowman, Chapter of O. E. S.
1 T. J Faust, Mrt. Emmet.: Hurry Cooper, Mrs. C H Shaw,t tI' Feb. 21.-Meeting of Woman'sClub THE DIXIE DRUG
C-noon Mm H. H. Bathes '!
Mrs. Richard Huff, Mrs. Herbert of Homestead. I II
I 1) Bishop, Mra. J. M. Sawyer,I' Turner Mri. W. B. Caves, Jr. Mrs.I ...
M Ruegg and Dr. Shanklin Homestead Florida
I ,
I Lewis Sauls, Mr Pat Bontwrlght CUT FEES DEMONSTRATIONOF

Mrs Rudolph Matlson. Mr Fran METHODS OF CANNING ,
cis Freeman, Mrs. Boyd Cohern- On Feb. 16 at 1:30: o'clock members -
TO INSTRUCT: OFIICERS our, MM. J. W. Freeman and Mile, of the Homestead Home Oem I,
A school of Instruction for thc
Kathleen Freeman. onntratlon Club will bo instructed I
off,,t'rs of Ad Astra Chapter utin
In the art of crocheting rugs intheir
O. E. S. will be held Sunda; I Ii 7S pvrJrirr Rexali
MRS. OATLIN GIVES PARTY meeting place In the Nei
2 o'clock In the Odd
afternoon at Fl
Fellows hall by Mn. Betty Law! I i t
instructress. Mn. B. E. Gatlin entertainedher needles needed for the work may FLASHLIGHT
of Miami grand .a CREAM
Sunday school class at her be obtained through Miss ft. bum.
to be hel 300
Plant far( n banquet
.. home Saturday afternoon. Mary Grady, county home Eunice\ Excellent for
next month\ were made at last Friday 49c removing Reliable C
nl/ju\ meeting of the chapter. Lou Harris won the prize In atonguespinning tion agent itIM41 s f are e
Hot rolBte and doughnu t conte to Various Miss Grady demonstrated ,,

sticks \\i c' served by Mri. W. I. other games were played methods of canning of native Pick 10 Klenzo 8or. th fallibleCherrosote

4 Caves .met Mrs. Albert MeybelrTho" ,. Mrt Gatlin served ice cream products at the Homestead club SUPER-THIN
In the ichool Jan. 12 and
i I and cake. meeting
present were: anMr '
*. t'l Turner, Mr. and Mn I Those present were: Emma Jam, talked on balanced meals. Quat-l' RAZOR BLADES COUGH KCMCDY m j aRtlietes i

C.HCJ Air. Frank Schneider Mr I. Rives, Betty Lou Harris, Nadine! terly reports on the Giurintetd.Extra more IteoBM

,. Annie Huller, MM. J. D. Refit: I Ruehle, Mary Lou Harris Betty' the club were given by chairmen I 29' -ketn. difficult toughs 75 CKKfLHl

I M.... (;.00" W. Turner, Jr., Mn. J Gatlin, Stuart and Earl Fltzhugl I Announcement was made that i due to coUs. ,
Mr and Morris and Austin Chambllsi. rayon taahapn show will be held MI I
P Dye. Mri Ollle Howard, !r'l
Woman's Club 75 Sol ails 6E7 to'AKI
Thom Qiulllan, Mrs. Frank Mor the dubfMsja of the ut.r,

ri- HiW. M. Bradlty Mr;! MISS BETTY BROWN I of Coral Gables on Jan. 31 .it I l .-

flnyd l peas, Mrs. Meybtjn \Ml s IS SORORITY HOSTESS 2:30 o'clock.Those I CARBOWEScox I'

listen I mutton, Mines M lid I'C!'d 1 11 Miss Betty Brown was hostess;Ii| present were: Mr' Russell I 11 Inch attt.Ba .
and A. R. LivIngston Phi Delta sorority,. Anderson Mrs. W. W Beth k Effervescent chromtpUted.Underwriters'.
and Jull. Sullivan to the Kappa 1 I'b '
C .
I Mri. Preston B. Bird Mi- .\ Alkiliilag.Niatraliiloif.
at her home on Monday evening I
The group decided that each 01;;'Cravey, Mrs. C II. Denby Air. t I All roved, B

I Carl Drawdy, Mrs. R E. \ 1
NOBLE GRAND ANNOUNCESrOMMITTEE the girls will art a< a big sinter b:'I :

; ArrOIVlTMENTS the new pledges who will be announced '

Dr. Irene Shanklin noble If'anlof d I next week. :/ PARALYSIS

Liberty Rebekah lodge, at Monday Members present were: Mm I i irrrerrsVeLT LUNCHEON FRESH
: treated
nlght'a meeting announced Ui. Mary Frances Arthur, Miss Yvonne b C'Alryrartte .

r appointment of a memberahl,p Pollard, Mil Clara Belle Stuart. "81... plU.s well ....," I DAILY

(3 commute consisting of Mrs. I. I t. Mist Barbara Done Mini Mary r DR. U. J. ELLIOTT ICE

f McLean, Mrs Harry D. Wolfe.Mn 10' Grace English and Miss Brown. CHIROPRACTIC I
.' R.... Rid. H.........
I 11:30 to 2:00 CREAM
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: Fact frl.adl unlcs- axan PRESCRIPTION fllltlby
prices cut to the phtrnnclsts. -
S .Pi 5555 at the Resign 1fr. = assured
by nbli-cbcklai.
m'.A. I .

\ \' rnl ,It 241-1& H. (, It.:1 I\\' I ,

: c ""MIAMI Arc

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,f 1 DRESSES 1'1' Too tan "da ttungV wit row' !

hair ftt tt has bw vises 4

tWte Permanent Warn ICs ; '
itrrroN FRONT I rr Ie!L
I bandit and looks lovely
AND MINTS. at ell tbBM. Wt iwomatnd c2dc/7i i

Made I Shelton Thermlqat Croqulcnots
$495 Lard UMM* 'I.... Mululte CMHIKE'S .
$10.Ss .
.1Ioe : smart women hart learned when they want


:; Malt your appointment today! :

.1 LOW WEAR50! 0 off I.... McCnrr PARLOR Ar.M -AII.. as...... I i' P IT'S BEAUTY PARLOR

0.-.1. p Home Bldg. Homestead, Fla. Phone 38

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Friday. January 27 1939 THE LEADBR ENTERPRISE Page Seven

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MEETS WITH MRS. TROTTER CHURCHJan. :i: COCONUT GROVE ; RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent I Insertions .

The Presbyterian Auxiliary met tt-Mornlrtf sermon: }f a like
MUlnee Saturday and Buday _
Introdvoed and Forgotten" a
Jai 12 at the horn of Mr. R. E
Trotter and a program WM predated study .f the Apostle Nathaniel I ; tOe U p m. I

by Mrs Paul Haley, S. E and a oonUntutlo of the Shows T aad t p. IILI Adm. Sta FOR RENT FOR SALEFOR
I : '
farts aeries ad Sunday '
and Mrs J. M.
Carpendar Holferty
Sin, Blon. Tswt.Jan. FURNISHED house for rent Cot
Others present were: Mrs. Carl sermons .. "Men Whom Jesus I SALE hire or trade, "S4
19, IS, It and mattress for sale. Apply
Chevrolet Hi ton truck In splendid
F. Robinson, Mn B. E. Callin, Made. Evening sermon: "The -
I Richard Greea*. Redland Cafe. (pJ27) condition.: Best buy In
Mrs. J R. Hlckson. Mrs. A. F. Disturber al the Peace an- A

Parting, Mrs. Bushes and Mn A. ether sermon,. Biblical characters Nancy Kelly UWeil FURNISHED and unfurnished South Florida Trade for car 1

r. Arthur. The menace will have I houses at reasonable rent and cash. W. Strong, Rt. 1, .

will be as a Scriptural bails ChrUts Box 113, Homestead. (pJ27)
The next meeting on I Henry Bchrens and Bent W. 1

reb 2.Mrs.. heallnr of the demon-fiesseae. 1 1Z Morris N. Krome Ave, next to I

ed Demonlse of the Gaditrenes. I Baptist Church. (d9tf) TWO-STORY (two-family) house

B. A. Waldln, Mrs. W. K.I Pastor aid congregation 12 rooms, fair condition but

Baas, Mrs Geo. W. Turner Jr., welcome the community to I FOR RENT Atn.ctlv t room should have some repaint -only

and Mrs. Seymour Done attended worship at a friendly apt, modern lawn Mrs. Peter $1,230, -room house with 3 bedrooms -
A 2" e.s ..rd sus.
I meeting of the Dade County Federation Johnson 307 N. W. 12th St.o21tf $1.500 cash, 4-room house

of Women's Clubs at the I CHRISTIAN ; ehureh.'I'I Than., leb. 1. S ( ) and lot, 700. H. A. Cnmrroa.

Cocoplum clubhouse in South CHURCHJan. Constance Bennett

Miami Wednesday Charles EoctlesMlscha FOR SALE-House trailer builton .)
I 29.-Leiaon lerm. n I II Aaerla GMC truck Ideal for fishing 1

The Homestead B. P. W. C. will topic: "Lave. ; District real hunting or to live In; furnished ;

bold a white elephant saIl In Hospitality -I "Sen ice Ie Luxe" WANTED estate listings.: Redland P. O. Box 417 A-l condition. Price

House Saturday, $300 cash Inquire Municipal 'j
S521. Eleanor
: Fri, Sat. Feb. S. i Telephone Trailer Park. (pj27) "
I II er.
: ; Dead End Kids 4
W. M. U. Circle Two will meet

Feb. 1 at the home of Mrs Emma I I NOTICE BKTIFIt or .u.K ATICH or: TAXI Edw. E. Horton TUTORiNG WANTED high FOR SALE-Four 700x17 six ply '

Wright Application: Ma. 8979 P.I Mary BolandIn school and grade school subjects I automobile UI'Cood rubber. '
I Native lo hereby siren that Ernest I O. B. Parker. Alpine Grove
1! Bohorta, attorney for the owner bas fllrd I Mrs H J. Armstrong A. B..

Household Not with tlflrataa ma tomhnr written wilt request all iiibwiurnt that the Ua mlttnl,oar I j "Little Tough Guys Plummer drive and Country I Dairy ja-13-20) ,.

"What do you find best for or Levied team inducting the rear HUH. held : in Society" Club road.WANTED CLOSE IN business property and 'I.
windows" by tot Slab, h. adwllwd and mid to lb.hlehe.t .
cleaning 1 bidder fur Rush u pnvliM by I Ii Listing of houses I real bargains in residence PI'OP.'I
"I have tried lots of things but Chapter imil*, of the IM7 Art, of the Lrli -
I find husband best"-Ex. i hint",. upon lha following dMcrlbed rwl I II and apartments for rent Henry I erty. Henry Bcbreas and Ben), ll
my .... In the of Bt.fa ofi Till BOTH Morris N. Krome Ave. next
I County Dadn I IN Tale CIRCUIT COURT OF Behrens & Ben]. W. Morris.. N. W. 1
nwounn. wcol....'.......__. ... Lot I. Blk L Rosewood fS..... a. .bolt DADS LOINTY. rLORIDA.Law Krome Ave., next to Baptist to Baptist Church. (rtfltl)
aor of Trart I, run N 111 U E No 11171MFD
: tt.1.I .S ft, W 19.19 ft. U hertz It.-, N. LIBBY, ......LIf'. .. JOW Church. al8-tf) ROSE BUSHES-Two year fieldgrown 'J
The U>oa to h. sold ara .vliknrod. SCOTT Drfrndank
PLUMBINGWork by rertifk... II... Ifll of IKtt and rrpnu NOTICE: or HHRRirr'S BALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THK MTUJIDIUAL everblooming varieties. I
I >lib term for the rears 1128 W l.8.. both'ndll.h. \ Notice 10 hereby .1... that I. I). C. Colo IRUIT IN AND FOR Early best free cata- J
.. amounting to 7.01.. man sheriff of IHiit. Counv Florida, under PAIN IOIINTY PLO RIDA. planting
I Lots S to IS. Ulk I, HoMwond IRanw aa And b' virtuo of a..rutbn: b.u.d IN rNANCKRY. NO. ItlTI logue. Lowest prices. Tyler .J
Done Promptly begin at oK ur Test I run N lltl.II n..1, nut a( the Greult. Court of the Klamath I TRUER or riHI' .RATION 9exaa
W ban III ftS 111 S ft., H sauce ft to.' .1".1. in and far Dodo County.Florida. RFUIIIN UAvionrr, tiaintirr n. IDA 1 I Rose Nurseries, Tyler .
Poll Rwewoodi The tawa to b, raid araavldanetd 'I, D" July .. 1986. upon cartel"udrmeat AVIIHH'. lof_......
e e by aMIfk-ato No. Ut al Ml / ........*. In that metals rouoipndlni Tot II>A DAVimiKf. S<1 twkmii tin.. HONEY $1.00 gallon. Bring
and regrpunta team for the Fears II2H to I' la mid court wherein Fred Libby Hraoklyn.." York ,I i
Him. Ninth In.h..,... amounting to ., .... plaintiff and John Scatt was defendant .: You are hereby not If tea and required to container. H. M. Lyon Longview -
R. E. Reed I Lnta II and It. Sib 1. Rinawond ,...,1'1 whlck Judgment wa la the sun o' appear lo the Hill of Complaint fur dl.Torol road.
begin M04 W of N It for iif Tract 1. I 15,KW : principal, 1696.60 Inurafr and I TIM In the .boor styled moo med j
I W 1104 ft.. S 111 H ft.. K MM 1If S7.S carryingInUrott until paid an II I or baTora the. (til day of rebraarf K DI .
Kedland Ed. just South of : 111.II ft. lo brain Roaewooill The ta..'' :.h..J... was UirroalUr traiufarr M otharvba UM .U........ tt sold FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus 1
|it. b. Kid 1 ara a ldened by OrUfkala No i iI 'I Resigned to CholMii, Investment btu will be taken u aonfeeeeo1 !by you trees and tropical fruit faseasoa.
Coconut Palm Drive 0921 "f last and represents team for theyears Lompany a rlorlda 1 i aorporation, .. : This order .hall be publish. I 10.8 to 1.1t. bothrlu.lo, amou.e Invited upon and will offer for aalo and .i!:1 week for lone *on_ itl.. woks In llwHomeeuao Jungle Grove, Reitlaad
HomesteadEXPERT : Inn to i St.II. I i to the bhrhml and best bidder for task a,t .......-"" ...,...., a new
Lot Blk I. Rnwwood IRanu aa brain .to south front door of the Court hoaaa or.I Six blinked. In U County FlurMa read and Plurmntr drive.
I 1(4 OS 1k.. W of NK ear Trait 1. run W I Dodo County. rkirMa on Monday. .Ki* Patei thin Sink day ot '*-..... A. U ft.. R IS1.IS ft. E: 41.It ft to bnilaHoaiwoodl .1.I raary 6th INI. between the hour o f; *'
I The taao to bed\ ara avkd l .lo on o'er- A M and two orlork I S. B. BATrlKRMANM LOST
RADIOREPAIRING ....... by Certificate No. Suit nf IMS andnprwnta I M.. .11 of the rliht, title and Interest nOM f Clark Circuit Court. for the years IMH to !..It.i said John acott and. all the Interest. Did County rlorlda
both inclusion, amounting to I SINK title and aatato of all other p.a (Circuit Court Seal) LOST In December-gold watch
i Lots IS M It and S4 Rlk IIR tows la cold property which la aiibjarl By M SWIfT. Deputy Clark. tob-"200" across front "Ng/lle"
fgaiao aa basis S41S k W of NK anr the lira of his juditmontl CARR CARR
I Tract I. run W 1(4 OS ft. 8 111 I ft. E 1 Lot four |14. In block .... (1) plat Sollclton for PlaintiffJan. on back. Monogram J. W L. Jr.
I 1M.0* ft. N Isis ft to brain, and bwln.1.I. of the Townilla of Hardlnir. recorded ( e. IS 90. II 1MII) Reward If returned to Best 2-A.
Prompt service on all .. NW .... Trend I. run II III.I ft.. I: in Plat ': :' 94 pons 4 Public award..f .
48 U the M 111 J ft. W 4..U ft U hwlalTha I Dade : .,,: F'lrlda. IN THE CO!'NTT JI'OrrB COURT IN Leader-Enterprise (pJ27)MISCELLANKOUS
makes specializing on taua to a. sold .re evidenced by C r.tirirab Said proportr will lie sold. to satisfy AND roR DAVE (OUNTT FLORIDA ,"
No, oats of 1009 ilaU said iodrm.nt .nd execution .foi 'I .
automobile radios I >oi for the room IKS to.i-'t.t"h": In- I Dated this-January d. I.... Re ESTATE: : O* MARY M. MAN-I
Clinical amounting to ST 0*
', Lota IS and tl Blk\ t. Rmowont Thai i Dad. (.minly. riorlda. owned.
UM to bo cold ara arldrnmd by Cwtlflrat.Mo .,i RtnYIARNr.r ;O IIARKNMW, D. S. NOTICE TO rirniTORS Take your LIFE RAY TREATMENTS 1
L. C. Dodd : [
lvl of ins and rrfiovnu tim for', T. All and All, Porxmi Having .
Atu for Choirs Innatmont Company. for health at SHANK-
tot ymra It" to l SHI p-'.. to run January. .. IS. W, ST tat
Flowers Bid,. I to i
Late I to T. Blk S. Rnarwood (II..... M I. I.... You. and each of y.M, are hereby IM- I
Hemntead florida | Win at SW nr of Tract S, ran B IN.IIft 1 titled' and required ta Knout any clilnuJ cottages, camp 4-ROOM furnished -
I .. N Is,.8 ft.. W IM II ft S 1SI.S ft. toburin : IN THE COUNTY Jt'Df.lTa COURT IN and demands which p-1a we either of ) cottage FANCY GIFT
__.. The tana to be auld are AND FOR DADE ('O\'NTY' FLORIDA.. have aactnet tot *.let* of Mary M.
r, Innnrrd by certificate No IM4 of ':1: IN N.. IH<. M.n situ Mary Ana Mueller. BOXES. All kinds of bulL
i : :
I and represents toiaa for the; ream 19SI In act :lNti. Of I'ETrR 1:. PETER., lets County Kkirhte to :Hon WEST FLORIDA CITY. lull both Induole.. amounting to SON rMmMdNOTILK w. r. Wanton, County Judge of Date
Lot I to 14. Blk .. Rnwwood < 'TO CREDITORS I County aad fllo the Mine In Mi ofrirt I
NEW G. BALL all Trart I Ion brain at oW nor of 111'8"1 T. All Cndlu.nmuii All .Poraona Marine. In the C.any Courttmiw III Dado County. HOME laundry Mrs. JemlgsH,
run E Sao IS It.. N III.S ft. W Clalrna or Uomanda Against BaM H* ..". "... within olihl calendar m.nlb ,n,m i 620 S Krome Ave.BARGAIN.
ft to brain Roarwnod. Th. U.m total It. date of the liNt nubllratl "here,.f.
NOTARY PUBLIC .old ... ..1_ hy Certificate I Yau and ash of you ara hereby lutlfM .Id rlalme or demands to contain the legal ,r
I of nt and represents taxes for the Front and required to prawns any victims and. ,Uddrru of tKo elaunant and t" IIP sworn
1928 10' ItlS. both ,..1..1.., amounting tot domaada which you, ur you, mew to and .preaeoted so .fueaeaid. or ...... will
I JO : how an/ret the -tab of h.c. a. '... I be harrad gro Croon )10 of the I DM
Fire I I Said tax certificates together. with .III ..... d_..... Into of I..... Cn.n.,. Pine.Ids. fnltto -
Insurance and I auMepo"nt emitted or toted u '" will ba to the H.n W. r Hlanton' Count But Jin,wry. 5, .J'.P III')*, I
I sold to the blghfot bidder at the LonrtHouao i iI Judio of 1>0... C,.unlr. and file tot cams In N HORKRTSAl .
Kindred Lines I In Miami on lot ISth day of February his office In the County Courthouse In Ailmlnblnitur C. T. A. of Ih. B .. 'St Chevrolet plrk-wp truck
1089, bwlnnlnt at the hour of Ion Dad. County. Florida. llhln cliche falrndatnonth. of Mary U Mankr. >ll.. Mary Ann .
with detachable steel and .
'riot'k a. ..... or .. wean thereafter aa the from th,' law nf the first publk-a- M.nlry. .-..... '.
aame may Ibe.reached In du@ Skin .......f. Said' lalnn' or demands to wntain Flat publication oa Jan, *. 19" vas covering, 4 000 miles)
I Ua.rt Florida, 7h'i.ho; lith the legal addr.j. ..f the claimant anti (I... .. U. t''>. -7. KM
35 N. Krome Ave day of January. 1.... to ba sworn to and presented aa .afnraMld price complete S35I.
'I', E. It. tFATHKHM\W. I In. or came will br barml .... ..11... liat NOTICE: OP APPLICATION, FOR TAI
I lerk Llrrult ( ulirt the 1911 I'rohau Art. 1110:1(0 John T. FitzgibbonsTalbot
I Dada County Florida.. Data January S. A II 1M9BKNKST j rile MTU
I I (Circuit Court Real. P. HOMFRT8Ai Nullre la hereby gin. that 81 and Rd. Goulds, 9,..
I 1 lly JNO FKNNO D. c. Emiitnr (.f thrI.a" Will and T.-u Ma, "..r Jensen. holder .. """"". ..t
Published IS7 II 29. 10SII mint nt I....... I. 1'l. neon. I.'d. ('lly "( Hialeah T.. Oerllflritl foI'' ml, reel
t'lr."oli.,.of:nn, '", .1." G. 1\1". A" lull-1 the CERTIFICATE nr rnRPORATEDINMOIITION I ,.1.." G, U. 2n. l1. 113: h. Ml 1.4 raid, Canirieate In n v n" ,.pal 1','I
Barber ShopsTo ha made application for .n ,1.1 I to ,.,
In the name and br the authority of thai' I tl,, .ii In .._.....* wilh' I.", ::1.,1,, Buy a Home
I 1.I..t., embrace the follnv" "I.I "
nf Florida"
Stay Open To All to Whom They Prewnte. Shall 1"I r Ill I-'d I property. .-.... la U.oI I,. nl 1.1 I Buy Grove Land
Com.. OrartlngaThl. : I 11 rlda, t ,
la to certify that wherna Mary Jl Used Cars I I I I."I l<*. Illog f0. Hlaleal, 0",u rna!
UNTIL 8 P. M. .. Fla, Joseph A. I..elmh. Miami Fl... did u' D.d.. Slob of Pbrlda. .
II b firm belief
.. The aa.mnt af rot prop ray ndrr, my that higher
the Hlh of February. A U IMS
Beginning: Monday, cane n to h. day under the provl.lona 1 $IMt Sedan ranllae radial IT very s a P.laser O |I I' !>. erilflcaU. bailed waa In the .._ ofUnknown. prices are Imminent.Don't .
of Chapter ai'J nwn of PI irldanlaco .:
Jan. 2 1939 Arta of 1006. : FLOWERS, Samod ,...... Tearing Hedaat I Uileaaid... CertlfkaCa. shall be redeem quibble about price.
INC.. s corporation. with Its .. ../... ed .rdln lo law. tat deed will fellow
of business al Miami Pad. "n ..n. Insist 'looks ".. $395 thi-rroa 01 the Slat dny of January. A. Oll OeD'1 wall p
BOWEN'S BARBER SHOP NowI less, Bur now.
I proper officers of ark eoriioratloll did an I I led this IHUl day of DonmW A. D.
. SMITHS BARBER SHOP 10 be filed In the office ..f the nWretnry of a ..d bay. 1:. R I.IATIIKRMANClerk of Lin ,ill ('.."., Ft.ICh"lt a few Months hence..
I Stab of the State of Ft rtda. a duly
i Uatle (' ....W..
- I authenticated/ reaoMlon ed.PWJ by the 1 Itlf Fed Taa.rl t Bad unlr H. A. Cameron
Conn Seal
.torkanldera under the pravl.b. of said modllivn 5150 ( )
D. r.IDeo. .
fly N. C. ITKRRtTT.
chapter loots Lawa of HorMa Ada of. ( M. I.n..0. I II. t0 II' I
0 Mf NO stOW I IM*. showing the dissolution. of Such rorpumtlon. lose Paallaa two door KW.I
; the Secretary of atla-'
Kt pHs7t I fled that the reo.ulr.menta of"Ia': hare new: paint clean $355
IIwon compiled. .I.h. Miraa.lMalHI
; t-1f I IH WITNESS WHEREOF I hen h_
unto set my bond and how affixed it- I.IT f-tIoer wring so' EDWARD I
Great oral of the State ..f .rVrMa .. Tallnli dust good Palms' very
I ...e*. the Capital this Ue Ittk day fJnn.mry Iran .... $lessl dPlS: :I STILING
A, D. tISf I radio ;

UDlIIERSIlL IREDI' IOmPAnv I ISCAl.IR.. A. CRAY Serret.rj ..f StaUJ.n \ Raltk Mear tearing ...... I .

( 101Turner's) exertions (anallHMl a tf O I fnanalnat. !
CO 1 J Real Estate General Insurance

: Gas Gas All Time j

: tlra .I.. >UMraayai "UM n ror *m"n. ; Funeral Home PRESTON & BIRD | i
are, was a* bad I eaaMa eat er alee, *. NOTARY PUBLIC
Gas area nan< aa mt h- y,4. A4lrlka MOTOR CO.
krmgat m* quick rallat, Now I not M I J4.IIR AMBULANCE SERVICE I
ite. neeer felt OPPOSITE TAO *(:ENrrrRONE :

jii e. B Florida City, Fla.

I 31 ;a I .1 I I Phone SM-R H'imested Fla, J I L

At all leading druggists. I


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To Get Mailer's Decree II
a Mill Eleanore Holferty, English
I Instructor at Homestead High
School,will leave Thursday of next D Baby
BOW TO PUBLIC week for Evanston Ill, to com- Ketchup
plete her work for the degree of Foods
M. S. in journalism at Northwestern -
Presenting I JO-minuta program University. Ir bottle 3
before the RdUnd District Lions cans
had organized
Miss Holferty
i Homestead High School I
Club the
pupils of the high, school Into a
band tad Glee club will make their: journalism club that studied the :l8e asc
first combined public perlol'llW.Ce.Tuetda principles of newspaper work and
Jin. 11.
) evening i
practiced them by ferreting out
Previous to the LIoN club engagement and writing up items of news or
the two musical unit feature interest for the local
have played for special assemblies papen, and the had no Intentionof Flour
and pep session at the high school resuming her college work until Pillsbury 20ib.bag 79c
and recently the chorua broadcaston next lummer. Informed that she
the county Parent-Teacher Association could not take the course the needs
hour from I Miami itatlon. at school and that special 5UNSWE
summer Eatem LikeCandy" Chase & Sanborn
arrangements would be made to
Band numbers on the Lions program permit her to complete her master's DatedCOFFEE
will Include McCaughey'a degree by spring If she could en- .
"Harrard Specie./* "Merry Mlnatrel roll at the beginning of the second
*" and "National Guard .semester she applied for leave and
March.* was granted It PRUNES 2-lb.pkg. 21c

' "Mighty Lak a Roa will bo, Miss Holferty, the daughter of
played ai a comet solo by Henry' Mr. ind Mrs J. N. Holferty of
Dodson. I' South Allapattah Gardens, got her Tomatoes 31g.1 cans ':If Ib. e o o ZSc
Homestead High School'i saxophone -' B. A. degree from William and
quartet, compoaed of Virginia -' Miry College.
Doraey. Nina Bullard,Lucille Brand ,.
West and William McMichael, will NEW SONGS AND CHEEKS MILK.Any cans MilC No. 1 Cans
play two numbers, "0 Sole Mlo" following a special meeting of
and "Carry Me Back to Old Virginta. the pep club and cheer leaders, a 2 for 25c
." I collection of new songs and yells Ralston
following the band performancethe for Homestead High School is befog I
y high school chorus will ling, prepared and will be presented CORNFLAKES pkg. 6d :No.2 Cans
"On the Lagoon" by Brahma and to the student body at an assembly ,
$ "Clrlbirbln" by Peataloua. These: in the near future. By way of a 23c
two songs were Included In the testing, several of the new yells
broadcast made by CM chorus. I were tried out at the Homestead- u *' "
Redland game. GRAPE JAM S La JAR Z9c
MOMS EC.GULLS TO BEGIN Special work is being done by
COOKING NEXT WEEK the band on new song as It Is Miracle Whip
Since warm weather at the close planned to have the band or mem- CLOVERBLOOM
et the school term makes me of bers of it accompany the singingat EGGS hoc
the remainder of the home I SHIPPED-DOZ.
the cooking laboratory uncomfortable -; Salad I Dressing
for the home this year.
classes, the regular schedule has:
been reverted and the cooking will: I 31b
be done at the beginning of the; Crisco Spry S7c Qts. ,
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second semester rather than at the 11 Dr. A. T. Knowles < n. ,.-

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class work tor the seventh] VETERINARIAN
grade will be the study of breakfast Wheaties,2pk,24c
menus for the growing boy'
and glil. Eighth grade cooks will Office and BsepitUJ Corn Kix, 1 ilk Ole ; : L SALE
a study the refreshment problem- -
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suitable foods for picnics and Allfor..25cWhole
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.be studied by the ninth grade i PALMOLIVESOAP
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