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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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System ID: UF00087294:00163
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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(VOLUME XXVI -NO. 8 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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I EXHIBITORS AT WORK ON BOOTHSTZROLL :






'Super I Highway Needed Between Miami!

1'i And Homestead, Speaker 'Tells Club FOUR FRUIT FESTIVE TENTS


IS '$1 Homeatoad' ,need Gf a superhighway are exceedingly popu- I
SCENE OF ACTIVITY WELL IN
for handling the produce 'gar in the North. Candied fruits
it Mil M well M for taking I are now being sent out in unbe-
care at the passenger traffic, waa illevable quantities, and practically '
MILLAGE IS stressed, by County Purchasing,all our tropical fruit are finding ADVANCE OF OPENING DATE
I,Agent Wm. C, Joyce In a talk to I a reaily market ,
.Homestead Business and Pro-I Even: our own people are astounded -
tensional Women' Club on "WhatWe at the amount of cash
Council Accepts ;,f Buy and Sell" In Legion halt our aoormoui potato crop bring Schedule of Holidays High Wire Artist Booked t
as Finally I I Monday evening. Every effort I I in he said.
by Assessor should be mack, he laid, to get la Jive yean practically all of Approved' by Chamber, #3 Free Attraction i
'federal and tate help in buildingmore our land will be under cultivation Every Day I
toads a necessity for our Mr. Joyce predicted. j A store-closing agreement :Jar
ONLY 2 MILLS agriculturally expanding region. The Cowman listen. Misses. legal holiday similar to that tolIlowed CARNlVAlTFEATURESINCLUDE !

FOR OPERATING I Interval In roads and streets.h.1.CloiM, Rachel anl Norma, lang by Homestead merchant, NEW RIDES !
I told the club women, was aa much i I two solos and Frank Bllielo play.dIICIOOrdJon last year, was approved by the'
their business a* li intereat In' selection Redland District Chamber of
!Remaining 35 Mills I Joyce poke of the government Mrs. J. E. Camera, who arranged Commerce Wednesday night Chamber of Commerce .ItO
to Bond Interest !health.In the program, was assistedby I It provide for closing at noon Register ''Guests at
Sinking FundThe his talk on what we tell, Mr. Mn. Margaret Mills. i Monday, July 4, IndependenceDay Special Booth ;
report which states that the lim- Cake and punch were served at ; at noon Monday, Sept. 5, Labor -
total assessed ited tropical area which can raise the close of the .meeting. Day; at noon friday Novem- \I
real estate and personal llmea will never be able to raise ber 11, Armistice Day; all day, All four tents were up much of
In the city of Homestead of them to supply the demand Thuraday Nov. 24, ThanksgivingDay the Inside framework wa constructed :
Festival to Be Given
$58,856.40. to be taxed at I when the natlon'i house- ; all day Monday. Dec. 26. In and come exhibitors had '
of 37 mllli, according to wives become aware of their National Publicity observance: of Christmas Day, begun to decorate their booth be. i
roll of Claude Campbell, I vb1wu.I Over NBC Hookup Dec 23 Thursday fore darkness stopped activitiesyesterday
assessor, which was I Our Haden mangoes he said, will begin June :2 and belt-hOUdaY'1 on the scene of the lied
land District Fruit Festival.
the city council, Monday National publicity will be liven
This li an increase of $ : the Redland District Fruit Festival The sunlight' last glow through
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2 TICKETS TO GOON II.mi the wide stretches of canvas gave
over the 1838 assessment, ; next Monday, when It Is an WIND PROOF'
recorded I valuation of $ nounced over the National Farm rosy tinge to the long oval of
neatly erected dividing wall and
Homestead real estate li FLORIDA CITY I and Home hour between It At and
shelve that will form the back
TO BE ,
at $1,128,410 and personal 1:31 p. u.Wort AVOCADO .
ground to colorful display of the
erty ii valued at $ BALLOTMARCH14Names wai: received here,. j***. abundance- the RndaiM 4>*lrltt
HdniestecurU*txsmptioni ] terday, from WUIIatrt Drip of Chi SHOWN 'AT 'FAIRPerfection In the middle of the winter.
to 1168,408 and wulmvi' eago, director of agriculture for By Monday noon when the Festival 4
ability exemptions are I of candidate In the the Farm and Home tour, living officially open, South Dade'scornucopia
making I total of $ Florida City election, March aa affirmative reply to the request of a late-bearing avocado will have ipllled forth I
The amount to be were placed pn the official 14'1 er Charles H. Merranl. Dade county with stems so heavy that It heap of glowing vegetable and I
the bond fund at the tax I'at the meeting of the council agent, that the announcementbe Is practically wind-proof Ii announced brilliant fruit interspersed with i
35 mUll I* 4472306. '' day night made. by Mri. Henry C. Niles masses of flowers.

will operate on the :2 mill !' The first ticket considered was a I Mr. Steffanl baa sent him Infor. of Redland. The ways In which homemakers ,\
Ing from the 37 mill tax season.'I petition headed by Edward Stllingai nation about the festival U be This avocado which she has of the district make the most of I
ing it a total of $2,24456 ,!I In announcement The named the Wilhelmina somewhat of
candidate for mayor and Including vied the this horn plenty by conserving
,ur'. expense I Mn. Flora D. Myers for I II Farm and Home hour, which resemble the Trapp, one of its for the seasons when it lint quite
The council decided I I, town clerk, William J. Geronimo reaches radio stations In all parts parent It I* smooth-skinned 10 lavish will be shown in the
radio station WIOD : for town marshal, L. R. Becker, of the United State ever the National green fruit that remain solid women' department. There, also,
daily five-minute Charlei Clinton, Paul Haley, R. Broadcasting Company net until it ripen, M late ai AprU. It the fair but practical sex will com .
vertising Homestead, W. Mullini, D. B. Snow and AlonM I work, can be beard locally ever,also remain edible longer after It pete for prize to be awarded for I
definite settlement li I I Lewis for city councilmen. It station. WIOD. ripens than do most avocado, Mn fancy work and pastry master
the bondholder during bore the signatures of forty-four Niles reports. pieces.
few days.School I Florida City voter and it had Second ILllS. Broadcast More than ten yean ago, 14....,, More practical still, some of the
been officially filed late Friday Niles elected from her grove on women will take no chance on
Orchestra afternoon. Slated for 7 p. m. Sunday Bauer drive near Redland road being rewarded for their culinary
two tree whose characteristicsshe effort because they will sell them
The next list of candidates Included -
Makes Its ,First those nominated at a caucus Homestead High School wenton wished to combine, and cross- at the various church and club
in the town hall, Friday night the air Sunday from 7 to 7.30 pollinated their blossoms. The refreshment booth Not only
The new Homestead They were: Mayor Morris Silver p. m. over radio station WQAM, Following year she planted one of women, but active church and
theatre made ita first I man for re-election; Mrs. Alms and it will give another program the resulting seeds and about four club men will work in Ilieaeitandi. 0
before the school assembly she found that the tree :
Doxiee for town clerk; RudolphMattion next Sunday evening at the same yean ago .
day, led by IU director, for town marshals B. BPuUen. hour. which had been planted in I remote -. A menagerie of domestic anl-
Margaret Mills.Members W. r. A. Robertson, F. BJLeinlnger I J. T. Godwin and Harry Degler corner of her grove, was mali will be shown in their special'
o of the L/p. Clonlnger I enacted a question and answerikit bearing tent. There will be other ani"
cording to Instrument Nell,, J. H. Dixon and J. H. Simmons [ entitled "Aniwer Me This," The Wilhelmina bean to heavily mal in th..carnival section-which I
Una, Alta Webster and for city councUmen.I I directed hy E. B. Blackburn, public Mn. Nile related, that .*. announce a dog and<< pony show; I 0
Bush; saxophones, Inspector for the election, appointed speaking: Instructor The Glee Club WM forced to remove several another featuring Suite. the
ley and Preston Bird, Jr.; I at the council meeting, Under the direction of Mrs Margaret down of the fruits to prevent the trained chimpanzee. and fifty-five
net Billy Walton French 'I are: Lloyd B. Diets, J. B. Mill sang "Kentucky Babe"by branches from touching the jnonkeys; and Mable Mack and
Athley Kemp; drums, !' nour and Dr. W. L. Cohre-I i Diebel j "Pale I Moon" by Logan, ground. Altar the removed the her mule show.
ler, Jimmy McConnel and i I fruit another saw the tree carnival attraction In- I
W. W. Severy will be election I Ii "Marquita" by Schertzlnger; and grower Other
Steffanl. Jr.; trumpet, i i clerk. The mayor designated Jeff The World I* Waiting for the and was amazed at Its heavy- elude Waladlne, the high wire !
Norman, Howard West Reed ai election marshal I Sunrise" by Sell Jack Catlln bearing characteristic and insisted artist, who will stage a free act I
Done; cornets Jack Michael II Seventeen Florida City voter closed the program by singing upon aecur ng sufficient graft- dally a motordrome called the '
Scott Hubert Smith and I attended the caucus in the "Silhouetted In the Moonlight", wood for a mall tree.Mrs. ,'Whirl of Death" and ride -ULha
Pierce tuba, Kenneth noml-I Nil will have several hun
; The program to be given or! the Flying Trapeze, the New
The orchestra had :nominated Feb 27 U entitled "Have You Any dred young trees budded> by next Boomerang, two giant ferris
gether only eight times. ; I I Special Talent?" and It depict an fall. She U planning to have a wheels, the Flying Scooter, the I
new addition are Nina W. F A. Robertson, council I'airplane derby. Mary Dana Brown small display, of her tiew variety Loopo-Plane. the MirryGo I.
saxophone; Leslie Cheshire president, was elected chairman 'will take the part of a mother; at the Redland District Fruit Round, the Auto Scooter and the
bone; and Lucille West of the meeting According to a Jimmy McConnell, that of her Festival. s. Twister Ride besides five tide
ruling suggested by Mr. Simmons I ion; Harold Radford, his friend; for small children.
Redland High to and agreed to by those prsentt I and Letter Archer, the master ofeeremool. THE WEATHER The Chamber of Commerce
Miami Edison i only one nominee wa to be named ... The seventh grade, booth will welcome guest, rcgls.
for each office. Ernest Robert, girl!' chorus will tinjt., I town attorney, read a provision In a..t.s ea..w. then to rest. It will have M "ill-
:A close game la promised the town laws which stipulated INCOME TAX AIDE DUE I Base |M xMt:[ | B....| Raw, play a collection of rare stamp ,
last conflict of Redland'i that if anyone present at themeeting HEUC MONDAY Feb. 31 ___| 7s I .7 1JO.1\|\ which were obtained Iron ppatI I
ball season. The boys will was nominated but not Taxpayer will be assisted In the Feb. 19 _._I .4 I M I mailer General James A. Farley
and Edison tonight In the elected M candidate from themeeting preparation of their income tax Feb. 20 __ _\I M \I M | I bySenator C O. Andrews. It I
a gym to try to even the ; 1 be could not be com- 'returns for 18n by I deputy collector Feb.21 _-..??! 7t | M |M.U| 41 I will have ether decoration 49 iitot I
the Red Raiders, who I lasted by petition later. William of Internal revenue who Feb..23 ......*. '78 ) 61 1301| i to vtoiton. Attendant will
them by only one point Henn and Mrs. G. N. Sonnlchiea will be stationed la the city hall Feb. 23 ___( 77 aSpOOTJ give Information about the dietrlct -
net before earlier In the I I were appointed u tellers. I liD Homestead, Monday, Frb. 28.' Feb. 24 _I 1 6e 29951 .03 I




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le Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February 25,19.18


ILILS. Again Beats Vase knocked nut Fred Skmer; Busses Make Night Trips I|Skin Specialist Gives : LEGAL NOTICES-.

Frank Bares knocked out EddfeIbMktewlactt To and From Miami Now Facials Free at Dixie!
VOTIC* or sass or TU
Johnnie Hodges
wa cssrirar
Edison Hi in Game' ...TKainat.
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desired alter ever Walter Bc*> ....-.
Na rate
Evening excunieM to Millard I I Mk Terries Brady Car None
Noddy I. .
twin
technical kftockMtt. at- RAnr
dn ky by a ay
Played OvertimeFor Sullivan I.now are permitted Redlaad district akin epeataJtt who i* giving tree,I wrens s ........aa .. row .... r
and th boot between ItaTn
: woos venom sea tan ... .........
residents, who bu. facial at the Dixie
and JUJf Bovto ended to. may go by Dreg state,, tso4..Na .at .-M.ntwa good"
the 1IHOIId--time this wason 1 I In addition to the bum running will continue to give appointmcote : Mew. -. .......... am. rise Ise ..!..'
a draw .
it required an overtime petted for t i between Homestead and Miami through Saturday Aa she I I' I 4lya..t, Go Quito blab b rw oM..".td. .:qon...

the H0metead High School eager during the da/time there I is around give Ute facial he diagnoj th* ::::= t .... Xi AM rf u*
Clean .
Auxiliary $83.83 i .r. fo1MMse .stood
trip after dark. need ef the bufiviftual 1 : t.
ample =
to down the Red Ruder from I tor .. .f a.dlr at.in
Miami Edi c.. JI-H. From Poppy Day Sales! The bus whtak regulart arrive 1 Ion and make out a reoomnven. d31 ,,, MySome N.
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4 .ifs. -. II tt.se
at the Redtend bo&elln Homestead dation eheet
TjM Growers lid mart of the Appointment maybe i.% Time Mow Ie be. sob am ..Waw4.
Th Aflfrrrlca Legion Auxiliary at 7.30 p. m. ia turning about I. made at the drug 110.... I .. a robs.. M.r ales tail and MM
.being ahead, 9-7. at the end .. .. .
w3l cleared far yn tot M rears tee M im.
MM on Poppy Day heading Miaa inwrediaWy,
of the ant quarter and lucre*** I w as..u rr.asers Ie .......
Saturday One-half of this amount and arriving there about WO odd b. vttk
at t.a+ m 4A.
NEGRO CHARGED MITH 1 >
Ing their lead to Is-14 at half time .. ....... .:=: hW tow rte
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will go to the date while the A but leave Miami at 11:30
p. ARMED ROBBERY a/Y.e
Th beginning of th* third quarter an" Is "as Mount r Go Qowe
,(, .auxiliary and the legion post win m. and trrrve her about II:JO. Neer,IN Mena t w the IMII day at ........
however brought a complete .. ..... ......_ N Go Mar d Yet Jt1aa
each get one-fourth of the amount. The schedule went into effect
Willie i the
about-face ai the Raider tightened I Booker negro, In M, M M MM HMMftoT as tif sense
N. Those who rid poppies In the I|but wftk- nd. ,Dale County Jail awaiting trial on tear M. Vessels" b due -
their defense and held the local ,
based M Ultmt rhrtte side tkf ttrt
afferent a4iMi Harry
we.no
boys scoreless white eeuntfeg I : two separate charge of armed Star poinU on their own. They. went : Hmec and her daughters Mary I Ii "Little Black Sambo"Slated I:robbery and breaking and enterIng 8. B. LCATHEIMAMCWrk Clnm Cort.PU ..

into the final stanza trading by i and Ruth and Mamie Pone In I for Thursday with bond art at ".000 after > CoxyT. J'Iort6I.CIreooIt .

one point 11-.,. !':Gould: Mr* Ceo. Turner. Jr. In he wa laid to have gained $18 on c..t Sell it 1.0. t. Go
Redktnd. Charlotte Cerontmo andMr Sunday and fifty-five cent on .. .. r9Nint..
Edison continued to turn on th* "Little Black Sambo an operb:1- P1NYid r. : a Neat
*. Frank Rue In Florida City
I II Monday from other by
presaur In the fourth period and 'etta, will be presented negroes MOWS 1'0 CREDITORS
Dorothy and Buddy Kuhn. Charlotte -! force I. Coow\ .. w aunty _. iMM ..
aided no bttte by the Crow Neva .
was Cfto De. Margaret Berger. King Cooper school, d ...... IIMt c...... No, NaiIs 3
en themselves, who lot the I I day March 10. at 6 p. m. under! M Baer d Chaise IL Rio DIP'
and AI1.
Ann and Van Rhniey FILLING
STATION ROBBED:
bell a number of time by the direction of Mr an .
del Parman at Homestead. Margaret C..II.... UnlM. Dherant...,
their erratic and haphazard ahota. Mills, music Instructor | Two tire and Several dollars sow All Pmm Hnrhnr CIt_ w 110Io''
Kuha, who acid the
It looked like certain defeat forth Dorothy In the leading role win be 1\ In prnnlc were stolen by a ands Apts. *.>..U Ee1.t.syou .
moat brought in over sd ash oft Mob n.tel.d'W
poppies
t Coach Hitler a* Lonnle Hone, Clarke Oodaon and thief who broke a ride window of nee/red u Pray.w ...,_ .... db
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dollar She win
fIH- twenty given
th Into the final aeconda Howard Karby A large member the Central Service Station bit midi .blot r.o altS.r arow mar
Mw .rained UH OKI rf Curls M
by the euaaaerjr j Mir
of play with the Invader a priM of gramschool children will I Saturday night d r........-. 0.414,4 C_... Hick.kn. .
balding a 24-22 advantage I( compote tile cIIor'I I It happened some time between .. w tk. canes Jkn .< COMIIM4 -
tF. n.ride. III 410 .900. 10 ten Carp
At this point the god of fate Farmer Urged to File 11 IS p. m. when E. ft CoWer at Nis" ....... .it4n twelve

saw fit to mite upon the home Conservation Sheets'HU. HINTER DIES SUDDENLY I manager, cleaed the station and antis_ '- Use M. d ten first ....

force. and a* the timekeeper William H.' Hunter about 7J,'turned off the light and 1 *. m., stands to at lot dpb..native.. to: mid and Wait"pr..ad w do a.daor4.

I railed his horn to send the note All farmer In Dade County who died suddenly yesterday in his when Constable J, M. Scarborough w now will be ...".., sea .
chaps" laws d W Mate at t'Iedde
of doom. Martin BiIb p. "mighty j jaion have not filed work Sheets for 1117 home on the federal highway near went to bit car parked beside hr pop ton,

\" of the C,...,., arched on*'are requested to fill them out in Gould where be bad lived for a the station and noticed the Omttt r<*ra.nr Wit. A D. IML 1

that swished through the net and the office of C. ft Steffani.county :number of year. Funeral arrangement broken window and the light Ancillary Administrator CARL W a.UM KVtA gnaw 1,
r.. will be announcedlater burning. The tire worth I at OkcrlM H. Khi Owa..d,
Bent the game Into extra agent immediately ao that their l were
lIhIut.es.1 I treks H M.r. 4. II. tl, *: A,.. I I. a. 114
In thai overtime period. Randy farm will be/ recorded for cash b.1'I.t.rMr Funeral Horn about $10 each. ... :* .)

Cave, coot-headed Grower I\IUd.I+! benefit under the agricultural V1s i

Intercepted an Edison paw In conservation 'program.In .

Grower territory and flipped the'' eUMa>hfg! goal for farm
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ban perfectly to McMiehael la and making Allotments under the

front of the basket who dropped!program It will be necessary to

it through for two points I have data on all farms In Dade

That was ten ban genie and County a* goal and allotment

MeX.,'* charity ton with 1 __|will have to be computed for each
PontiacRules
end to go wa Just an added'point farm. Until the producer know

|what his farm goal la. he will not

Little wa high scorer for i iHomestead be In a position to know whether

with t point and it win be to his beat interest to

Downs with S point, was beat participate the 13 agricultural

for the losers I Iar conservation program In order tonwkeadetemuiuUooforetifarm
Unseasoned ..ruh fen *' the Low Price Field
C_ il 1- lit
e a
...-fc 4. s t t iw_. i i i M will be necessary to have comparable
Laren. .41 .__ r t t data for all farm in the
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a *!>.... r lit.county Mr. Sleffanl uid.I .
aww r _aalwt I I Work sheet for grove properties '

l r I 1i do not come under this clatauVa-. (, Safety Shift
t low 0 It: Tend .4 iio tion. / /
Referees. Mason and ExelL

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BOXING BESULT aut"nna IID MADE $10

.. In last Friday bowl ofhe VIOLIN
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Hameotead Future Fanner current I -,---- mNyy- /
i- boxing tournament Iehe I -"' -T nsfrle I Extra
1-.e.d.
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school am Steve Biondo won
eons Don Done Lean Cheshire SAM J.mess .
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Florid City, who died suddenly Parmaa of Chicago died of diphtheria -I day according to word received I The kit U riaeeStDMjrbroke
PUBUC PRAISED at the age of M In hit home. Wed-1 I Saturday m a Chattanooga i!1M.... Death came unexpectedly WM not feeling In
I oetday morning; will be conducted hospital where aft had been I' aa the reault 01 acute ladtyestlett. the Jellied Mooda.' took at ;
FOR CALM OVER at the Turner Funeral Home placed for treatment Het Illness I i I Mr. and II.... Haines and their that uUoa He said indicating fh*
today at J with the Rev :betame evident" whIM the family
p. m.
daughter, Doro a,. lived in Red- worth -tMet Na BUa oa a black
I George Deuel offMaimit. WM returning to Chicago from a I I land from October IMt, until December watt. "What la MM we of atfekapg
PANAY SINKINGGeorge Mr. Husband, who had been ,three-week visit In HomealeadwHh
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1(30, while here* foreman that up INN Why don't they
{resident Of Fbeida City, foe 20 Mr. Parmanl brother and of the Homestead Leader put tkeee hinge in the tight
years came here with his wife and ,aiater-taJaw. Mr. and Mra. C. JParmaa. .I 1 composing room. He left her to 'M.'a," t
I Holt, representative .
daughter Margaret, who died tea
in die state S.1 I1a1uJ'lo. adaptedthe ,accept a similar position on the -Where would you put II!" Baked -
yean ago. lie was born In On- I C. i Pannan attended the funeral -I Sanford Herald, which he still
his trieod.
advice of George Washington itarlo' Canada Before coming here of his nieceJlrs. I beige
In M< farewell address, to the 1!''he was la turn a farmer, stock I "Over every letter box In the,
need of today Ina Washingtonbirthday ,laalewnan and real estate broker.i Claude Halnes Dies Burial will take pUce ala afternoon co airy," WM the I'fPI1.-Wtoll.
Tbomaaville Ga.,
In girlhood -
talk before the RedlandDUt&t lOUl"lllL
He was active In real estate during Street
i Suddenly at Sanford horn of Mrs. Hafnee.! She
Uona Club, Tuesday nUhtWashington'
the boom. He was known also aa .
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1M. In addition to her husband
caution ot blood.lingo .|''a temperance worker. 1 Jot tI. Pauline a Maine wile of and daughter two datera. Mra. r---- '
with all countries but sillonee
He leave his wife Mra M.1'7I
etude: A. Haines, died at their San Everett of Lakeland*'%ndMra.
none should be ob.I Husband and five brothere, '
wilt home In Sanford at 2 a. m. JIll<<- Frank Houlihan of Tampa.IREDLAND .
NATUROL GAS
served by due country at present,I Charles and Alfred of Saafcatehewan I
Mr. !Molt Mid He showed how)i Canada Henry and Robert J JI |
eonairucUvely the money spent of British Columbia: and I
on tfe World War could have been Husband of Ontario. CAFE I I qUO and CLEAN
uaed ln peaceful buDding. "We' .me'l I
have begun on such a program", C. J. rARMAVS N1HT I I I MBS. A. NABOK8. Ite*. I I
he Mid. r 1 0V!' WAT BACK HOME VIRGIL D. lYON, IImeaU|

We can aaalat In peace by place Patty Pennon, three year-old'I I DINNER Me PLATE Ll'NClilSt
ins U* munitions industries under daughter of ),11'. and Mss Howard b _---.J
the government, he euggerted. To -
obtain peace we muat make.very I
effort to prevent the world teem II
going to pieces, he aaldMr II I fSS
Holt compared the linking
of the Pansy In China to tie making I
of the Maine. He called the II
Maine episode "the park necessary
to act off the war."
"It It tip to the American people -I C SIR
to keep calm ai they have kept
calm line the Inking of the \LL t4o
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Pan.). Public opinion la ,
opposed to war, but that doeant '
mean that we mint let the nit of
the world consume itself. We lJt
muit exert our Influence In world .J
affairs to insure ..tet)." he asa ... .
erted.
Dr. Carl J. Robinson was presented -
by Earle L. Middleton of
Miami aa a new member of the
Redland club A letter v M read
from the Dade County CfcuncU of I
Boy Scouts stating that C. N. 1 hy
Walker, chairman of the bo,,' and II
,Irle' committee of the Redland
District Liana, had been appointed -I
on the board of governors of
the council $
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t 1 Mr*. H,tlW80' Rockd-1 ct
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rl the Interstate commerce commission Dr. D. L. Coale to Lead .
l LOCAL BUSINESS
In Methodist Revival
j r M theli Iaat'meeting')at Gould, -
SCIOOL GETS ITS Monday night, they agreed to cur. The pastor of.: the Homestead Dusts and Sprays :
r taU digging If potato prices fall Methodist Church, the Re* Jame
GRADUATES JOBS!below 7) cent a crate", J. Richards him. announced the y
coming of the Rev D. L. Coal,
DD of Lo Angeles Cat, to lead
i "Not I single student. that hu the Homestead Methodist Church We earn iir stock alt of the material listed below .
finished at least on* of our. abort SERMON TOPICS In a aerlee-ol revival acrvloe to
I count I* out of employment f tun from Sunday r. (, to SUn. fa the mixing of dusts Jspnjsi
i said Hal C. Stanley, director at, raT BArnsr CHCRCH: da\ Mar. 20. Dr. Coal 1*> I'
the JtonMalaad. Business CoUegev"AbeutUO general evangelist; and he come
tlUMbnUa aerate
Fete *
s graduate have tern TIM' Words That show EnUret -' to Homestead recommended by We have here'noir aw electric dUd mixer andwe I
located In good positions ranging bishops, paitbrt and'' laymen ax ,
from 110 to 140 per week. W. "< **ear lit.eat theMMf.C eeratexkShea a* 'our of the most able of the evangelists wilt be very glad'to figure with1 your ow any dust ;,:$
have>*tudent& holding;places In al* of Southern Methodism, a .
C; most every Important town in this "oIY&- preethet of umiMuri Interest' and mixture-thai you:may wantAnenate
ltatt!:" h* laid. ... t-Theme ef Meeting power with a broad and sympathetic -
services for March ay "Ml*. Ha hat been described -
The business college to now located : spirit
atom.* The ..bed'I.- Wed.eeday
in the First National Bank a* having "the tendernessof c'Lead HonenrdraleeT Copper1Calelaaw
might Is "The Beclav- Moody the fearlessness of Sam
building It offer a regular tec ,
retartul court, but any part of It sing ef Hladon.1* Jones, and the enthusiasm of Billy MDseaatlSulphur/ ,fi
may be taken a* a "abort count." Sunday." A kinsman of the'late PartsGreen PjrrHhreunvBluestone
Daily teuton ere fr m< e, a. ... CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Woodrow Wilson, he Is 1 (aid to Activated Dust
until It noon and from 1 to 5 p. tn. Bear: a striking likeness to the war
1 1''. 17 teso..ae_
Night school meet three night time president Basin Copper TehaeeeDuat
each week from 7 to 19 p. m. tepid "Chrtot Jesu*.' ; Widely traveled throughout and many other material
r-. America Europe;; and the Holy
Land, Dr. Coale Is especially noted
South Dade Potato Men ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
for his appeal to young people a*
Have 49 in Association Feb. M-Sondtr MSt before well a* to adult
Lentt 7:18 Holy Euchar.btt The pastor and member of the The Kilgore Seed Co.
For the purpose of Informingone '.SO, church' school Homestead Methodist Church
another of the latest method 11:00: matins and sermons dially Invite the cor-I Phone 6.t: Homestead, Fla..
of potato growing,the Dade Coun. ':SO, Young People Service pastor and member In this revival
ty Potato Grower, Inc., waloaned League. effort .
last year. Mar. J-Alh Wednesday
The forty-nine member represent 7:30. Holy Eucharist; 7.SO p.
\ about 95 per cent of the potato m., Penitential office.
t acreage In the county, J. M. -
; Holferty, president, estimates. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
They meet at the various packinghouses
,. each month to discuss Feb. 17-1ln. sermon
problem they have In common theme "The Col.of Calam-_ I
and to co-operate In bettering Itr;" evening sermon theroet
: condition "The Fine Art ef Fhhuif."
i In January they sent Luther Special! music at both noon; I
Chandler a* a delegate to morning, vested choir IB two
New Orleans to protest a proposed special number evening WITHPERFECTED
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Oldsmobile Gives Away Car a Day : "Crawshaw: Issues, Call -- -
I Toe Local Men
In Contest Beginning Next Tuesday Legion. Wilhelmena

All members of John O. Salley
A ear a, day tor 10 days will 19C*, and another ear on the I
.American Legion,
Poet are re-
be liven away In Oldsmoblle's na. same basis for the winner among THE NEWAVOCADO
tlonwide contest which begins the contestant whose entries are queeted by the poet commander,
next Tuesday* March I, and lasts postmarked Mardi 3, 1(38, and George Crawshaw, to be, at the
through March JO I. H. P. McDan- soon to ant Including March 30, Frul* festival1 grounds Homettttd
leI, manage of Hagler Motor Cot!, ,1B3B thirty Oldsmobile SixesIn
diamond Situn-
ball: ; at 2 p. m.
local- Oldsmobile dealer* aoWlftcl' aU No- entry wilt be considered -
this week. unless it la received by Oldsmobile day to help erect the booth, for r
Rule,of the contest are ai follow In Lansing within seven ,the post'" beano game _loa.
MR McDantel Mid: days after the postmarked date. -the result of pollination of two varieties By

1. Oo,to an OldMnoblle dealer 3. The judges are Chris Sinsa- ideas therein become the prop means' of bees and the planting' of seed, which
and; (a) Tan atrial drive Itt a bough, editor; Automotive Dally of Oldsmobile division General
1II3t Oldsmobile and obtain an official News; Clair D:: Wight; co-publish. erty Motor Sales Corporation and produced a. prodigy for heavy bearing: maturing
blank The' dealer Automobile' Topics, and'D. P.
entry er can be use* In! any way and for in'M'arel and'Aprit It combines the heavy bearing
himself; or bin authorized representative Brother, president, D; P. Brother whatsoever without
.. mutt countersign & Co, bio. Advertising;; and their obligation any purpose contestants. No entries' nature of one parent treewith the' other's
entry blank to witness that you staff:: The decisions of the Judges
willbe returned; robust growth, thick stem and late mature
have taken a trial drive In a IMdOldsntobUar and their staff are final and conclusive very
and. art eligibleto on all contestant In case 7. This contest it Open to anyresident ing. The-very thick short stem makes it
compete In the contest Entries of ties; duplicate" prizes will be of the UnIted' State over '
without' such counters)natures awarded. 18 years of age except employeesof proof. wlnd-I
will not be considered; (b) Then 4 In case a winning contestant Oldsmobile, Oldsmobile dealersand'
fill In the six blank spaces in the has purchased' a new 1858 Oldsmobile their emptoyeee, and employees I expect to-have grafting wood bud

entry word*-blank not more living"than in 25 you to each own the contest car during March the 1-MarcH period 30 of, Agency of Oldsmobile and their families.Advertising I bung trees for sale in the spring and, fall One I

.pace' -the things'that Impressedyou inclusive 1938, he will be credit- I grower was so enthusiastic over the Wilhelmina's
most about the six Oldsmobile ed with the retail delivered priceof I
advantages Illustrated. You the Oldsmobile six two-door 'I heavy bearing that he paid $10.00 for enough ,

may use pencil pen or typewriter. sedan he has won; i..., the retail NEWT G.. BALL wood to graft one small tree.
Literary excellence or "fancy" entries delivered price In the city where I
will not count' extra: Print contestant purchased his new'I NOTARY PUBLIC II'I : The Wilhelmina Avocado will be on exhibition
your name and address and mall Oldsmobile. I II. i'
to Oldsmobile, Department C, Winning contestants will be I : at the Redland District Fruit Festival.
Lansing Michigan. notified by mail, and the names i Fire Insurance and
2: A prize of an Oldsmobile six of winners will be posted progressively -i| i
twodoor sedan will be awardedfor in Oldsmobile dealers' ,' Kindred Line' MRS. HENRY NILES
what, in the opinion of the, showrooms ts soon after March ,
Judges, lg the most original, 15th as Judging can be completed,
BAUER ]DRIVE! OF REDLAND ROADLET
cere and apt let of statements and continuing until the 30 wIn- 35 N. Krome Ave. WEST
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TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE a QIIIUIIiIIIllUhIIIIIIIIIIIHhlIIIIIIIIIIUIIII/ I I WHAT CANDIDATES FLORIDA SAY CITY I : FROM OUR MAIL BOX

Published Fridays ( -
.... .. by the South Dade 20 Years AgoIiiIIIiIIJIIIUIUhIIIUIIIIIiIIIIIIIiIUIIIIU I Florida City candidate are I A steaming river of. sin and sponsible for the plight of the

hblillb1. c.. forming the platforms on which pain courses endlessly through the lads? Men all over the land from
I
lIEN ARCHER _,__ Editor { / I they hope to become elected on wide Jungle of our dally press- every walk of life are crying out

HARJORIE LEACH ARCHER I March 14. I mirror of our national life -with against the Injustice of our social

__ .. Associate Editor I .TIM tl. from folbwtos" M .HMW.. 1n-r.. MUM M.I.urtrtM _wv.l The present mayor, Morris Sil- eddies and cross-currents of sorrow I and economic system, declaringthat

II....4 u... II. sass, I verman. points to his record."I misery and helpless doom. I It breeds poverty, misery and
Entered M second class man M The Hoik rbrMta ,..war ...dr have served for two years and One wonders If Justice doesn't crime. In the Miami press last

bullet March 8. mi. a& the 111041 I I I.b-d. .......Ort....IT. lilt whk UM ..- giVen everything In me to help I:tire now and again and steal awayto Sunday Judge J. M. Braude, presiding -

moo Homestead.. Florid,wider the town," he says. "I found it doze In some sunshadowedbower jurist of the famous boys'
the act >f March I. II'" teb..p41. Jell ,r' t7.4Mles i In bankruptcy and took it out i far from the banks of this court of Chicago, a branch of the

BUB. PRICE, t..G A TEAR ... ....AlmUn1aren, now ''I have never taken a penny but Amazon of woe when we see three city municipal court dealing only
teaching In Miami, was In Home have given everything. If the boys summarily kicked ', *o Its with boys between 17 and 20

stead to attend the play 'Prof. '. people want me, I will serve. I I raiding flood by duly delegated years of age, surprised his interviewer ,

Biscayne Bay PeppV ,will not run anyone down to get authority. by saying, "I like bad

(From tM Eleventh Floor of the -"R L. Maser and W. D Horne elected." I I I Edward 17, Irving 18, and William boys," and continued by stating,
have both lately recovered from "After all, there Is no such thingas
Edward Stating who Is opposIng I their
Huntington Building) 21, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
spells of Illness, and are receiving a criminal type Give most
severe I
I elected
him "If am
says: I family names don't matter here-
lies out below me, of their malefactors the same chance
Biscayne Bay the congratulations young
to reduce and
will make an effort
they're Just boys, even as yours
A lovely oil-painted marine; many friends. refund our bonded indebtednessand !t and mine-and Judge Wm. R. you would a dog and they'll come
Gleaming sickles of land curve out &.."On Wednesday of last week to through. The place to prevent
to reduce taxes so as encourage Smith last Thursday, Feb. 17, in
With miniature palm trees shimmering three cars containing a number I want to' ',crime is In the high-chair not the
newcomers. at Ga., fixed
Superior court Adel
green of well known Homestead residents I'I'I I electric chair. "Among the major -
cleaned
have vacant lots here up I I March 11 as the day for triple
Shining sickles of sand embracing were driven four and a halt and parkways kept in good,, slaughter And so, three lads I Ii I reasons why boys go 'bad' the
Waters reflecting every hue miles out on the Tamlaml Trail I i most Important of all contributing
shape. through the days and the long
Of the gleaming massing cloud where camp was struck and the factors Is the economic feature.
It he becomes he ii planning nights suffer and smotherVln the
mayor !
above theft, party got busy catching a varietyof Lack of spending money has
of obtaining paralyzing grip of fear, and remorse I
to study means
Gold and turquoise and banded fish They had taken a small ] started more boys Into crime than
works progress and public work.dmlnl.trat1on no doubt, and sorrow withpout "
blue, boat along with which to cross; Ute any other cause, concluded the
projects that will a comforter. And don't kid ,
A dazzling sail li drifting lazy i canal and do some exploratMA Judge.
meet Florida City's essential, yourself, It might have been your I
ahlftlnk shadow
and Now the boat narrow
Where suit work. was
needs In promoting health and boy or mine. I Yes, there you have the key-
and had to be handled
and cranky
lack of a job and our ruthless system -
And gull are dipping, circling, with great? care. In crossing sanitation.Mrs. What did they do; Took $15.00, '
Flora D. Myers, town clerk doesn't begin to provide employment *
automatic shotgun and some
crying Charley Barnes thoughtlessly an
for millions of growingboys
nominated for re-election,
who Is
Above the water of Biscayne Bay. shifted his quid to the starboardside cigarettes by force under arms.
and .until it does the courts
said: "I have had 18 ;yearsof ,
-Mary Ferrell Dickinson, in of his face, almost causing the experience as town clerk I No, they didn't kill anyone, buta should reckon every factor touching
the Palm Beach Tlmea. 1 craft to capsize. The party was 1937 statute of the state of
the physical and spiritual
have tried to run the office efficiently
composed of the following: I. R. Georgia provides a death penaltyfor
and treat the public courteously status of the culprit as Is dons in
Sydney Smith once preached a I Matthews and wife Mr. and Mrs.S. ." robbery under arms, and since the Chicago court ol Judge Braude.

momentous charity sermon, usingas .| F. Matthews, Given Victor, Mrs. the cold letter of man-made state .
Mrs Alma Doxsee, her Would heaven humane
oppo- to high some
hit text "He that hath pity upon 1. E. Victor, C. V. Barnes, wife statute so says, three lads-who
nent,, said, "I want to have my office heart would move with
the poor lendeth unto the Lord" and mother Mrs. Armstrong C. could have been yours or mine-
in the city hall, If I am elect. to the legal mill until
(Prov. 19:17). After reading his H. Woodbury.and wife' A. T. Pe. In the singing glory of the sun- power pause
ed, with certain hours each day. the case of these boys may be
text, he doted the Bible; and the terson an.- 'A1 llJ: Mrs. J. W., crowned morning of life must turn
Rudolph Mattson, candidate for studied specialists
by competent )
rest of the discourse consisted of Avery and'Fr 1.tI and leave It all to be carried Into
bunlaAl surprised! town marshal, promises: "If elect- Instructed to determine the primary
then few pertinent words'"Brethren : -"B. M. his the arena of volts where their supple -
ed I will to the best of my ability causes back of their desperate
numerous friends on Wednessdalj bodies will be torn and
If like the security young
you
uphold the highest standard of law act of Feb. 2 at Jackson'sFilling
down with the cash!" by his marriage to Miss Blanche desecrated by the million demonsof
enforcement maintained In the Station. The ultimate findIng -*
Thomauon, of Rock Hill, S. C., electrocution waiting there for

We make so many mistakes thatIt who has been teaching at the Red. past" Friday, March 11, all because the no doubt would hearten
candidatefor
William J. Geronimo of and
friends justice everywhere
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land Farm Life School. statute direct
is comforting to find someone re-election as marshal, has so effort
fully justify any to temper
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-"A new arrival (a girl\) at the
eJIII who makes them also. In nothing to say about the oDon't be hard boiled. Let's stop I the canned Justice of Adel, Ga.,
one of our exchanges we find tfee home of Dan Roberts. Congratulations' and check bit. It's a regular
!" tion-end his friends say that he up a with a measure of logical reason
following bit of unconscious humor does not need to, that his record practice for pardon boards to pa- and mercy.
"Oscar Thomas, Rule Dor..yIInd
: of efficiency speaks for Itself.] sold Inmate of our prison system T. D. PICHE.
Henry Brooker went 6n -shunting
"The Ladies' Aid Society met -actual killers, robbers and murderers Homestead Fla., Feb. 22, 1938.
of Palm
I trip south Royal
at the homo of Mrs. and Stocked t'p whose guilt bulks enormous -

bIZ bu iuixsiibbu: Hammock on Wednesday. The grocer was making out a list when compared with theoffencd THE AGE OF CHIVALRY"You
--"At the Red Cross
Now we know what they do Friday there were present meeting: Mrs of his requirements to send to his of Edward and Irving and know, deer, you hold that
wholesalers William, who are to>> pass via the umbrella bit ai
sometimes-when they are net over me every
M A. Walton Mrs W. K. Walton,
busy helping the preacher and his Mrs K. K. Horton. Mrs. C. W. 'Bill' ," he shouted to his ssetet. death current. beyond the pale ef nicely as before we were mar-

wife obit of a hole and fixing the Camp Mrs Zalesky Mrs. S. E. ant, "do we want any new-laid possible human clemency on ried. In fact, you are even more
March 11. Mark the date it isn't
ChristianAdvocate eggs? ; careful"
church earpet -Florida
Pasftincau, Mrs Capallo, Mrs Mc-
Henry Mrs E. A. Carter, Mrs "No, sir, we've enough to last far otto "I have to pay for your dresses
a month morel"-PearlOn' Are not to some extent "
or we re- now
Harkness, Mrs Tibbits Miss Ray, .

,Wisconsin Men Have 75 Miss PhUlttMiMis.. Jones M,.. .

Brewer, MrsrBauer; Mri. Beidler,
Acre Potato Test PlotM.
Mrs. Hewittjjtxrrs, Ennls, Mrs, I

Wyman MI'Irtau1ey, Mrs. Mc-
E. Luther of Antlgo, Wisconsin Duffle Mrs>VlfaleriMr Anderson ;

Is using a 7S-acre plot on Mrs. W. TI! Lanler. I
the East Glade for testing ..eedpotat.oe. :"Miss Pauline Watson from Indiana : FOR REAL ESTATE

which, as a member of "
Is our new postmistress.
the firm of Luther and Zoloskl, Princeton .
he grows extensively In his home ( ) Anywhere in Dade County

state. .

This Is the first time In a number -
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of years that Wisconsin seed

t has been grown here, he believes.

F lie has invited local growers to PALM

inspect his crop and they seerri ROA CHAS. I. BROOKS

., well pleased with its excellent I Ee

stand, he reports.

lie and hit partner grow seed

potatoes on from 800 to 800 acres I I GROVE EXPERT-ACREAGE SPECIALIST

: near Antlgo.lljpodermic. i

E f Chairman, Agricultural Committee, Miami Realty Board
Harpoons I

To Get Big Fish AliveSt. I President, FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

GeneralPublic
Augustine Feb. 34.-Hypodermic -
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fishermen harpoons bring which back will alive enable giant Utilities Years of experience in ownership and management of successful *

sea monsters will be used by hunt
era in the Atlantic ocean to obtain I I grove properties enables me to give prospective grove

huge species of fish for the Marine I l Brunette" Pbaas ItSM"TROPICAL
buyers unsurpassed service.
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February 25 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Seven

4,000 Acres of South Dade Farm Land :'land vegetables grown In this district -
I and sell them to wide mar-
I ket as concentrated food which
Reported Under Cultivation This Year;: they guarantee to answer certain

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health need !
Four thousand acres of East are averaging 1,000 lugs per acre.I They give lecture on health'
Glad land belonging to the South The fact that the sun can tend IU: foods regularly Tuesdays and
Dade Farms, Inc., Is under cultivation -I rays through the fruit of the tomato Thursday at 2.30 p. m. and 8
by various growers, this plant that Is staked and that I p. m.
season, James Sottile, president, there is less danger of scarring, They have branched into the J
reported this week. results In a far better quality, fancy fruit box business and now
This has been called "one ot the, which demands much higher they heel) begun to cater to tourists -
most concentrated areas of highly I I prices, he said. by building and furnishingtwo
cultivated land In the whole tourist cabins and arrangingfor
world" by; one of the leading hothouse ,I Dr. L. C. Shanklin Has trailer j
growers of Chicago Mr.: Grove at Florida City
Sottile said.Before 1 I r----l'
leasing the land to grow-I IlI'ade Shanklin Grove, at Palm avenue
era the company puts It In a high and Redland road west ot Florida I NATUROL GAS ]
of Ii IiI
cultivation
It Is plantedexten.lvel7 City, la becoming a popular center I'
with cover crops in the
for those seeking health foods and I FOR COOKING AND
summer time and the winter vegetable ,fruit well or Just
as as poultry
crop art rotated each ; I interesting hour. I WATER IIKAITVa I II
velr'l I I an
to conserve the toll Potatoes | It Is the home and laboratory of
matoes and bean are the principal C. Shanklin and his wife I.I I.:
I I Dr. Lloyd VIRGIL p. LYON, Homestead + v
crops.Constant and assistant Dr. Irene Austlnn tL
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Improvement It taking |I Shanklin. They dehydrate fruits I L j:
place In the water-control and I
roadway; facilities on the South
Dude Farms. The company has I
built IT miles of rock roads, during -
the past year, averaging 40
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feel in width. It has dug 25 miles HECTOR
of rock ditches four feet wide and
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nine feet deep. t
The organization maintains two:I,
crones with clam-shell buckets to'' /
keep the ditches and canals clean. x
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There Is a network of approximately -
50 miles of canals 40 to
DO feet wide, and
200 miles of approximately!
are maintained for or Headquarters for
irrigation, each of them being I I.
capable of pumping or draining
water at the rate of 29,000 gallons Budget-Priced
a minute, a total capacity of CRATE MATERIALS RESORT
15,000,000 gallons an hour, or FROCKS
360,000,000 gallons a day. ThisIs j
much greater than the total INSECTICIDES .98
dally water consumption of New
York City, Mr. Sottlle said byway I
of comparison. FERTILIZER

South The Dade outstanding.ral'lJllt,this crop season on ,the 350 just arrh'edfSparkling !

the staked tomato crop FEEDS new styles! t'F ac v
to Luther Chandler Mr. 1'1 Resort colors, fabrics! 4l "
said. H. E. Kimball and NNMNNMNNNNIN/IIIINNlI1NMN, ?????,?, Is
Muzzlllo and others
are growing
330 new frocks that art as high
staked tomatoes on a smaller icale and other supplies for growers In style as they art low in price veil 1 y
Praising the great advantages of I crepes, sheers, Embassy
ataked tomatoes In quality and! prints, spun rayons, acetate 1s
quantity, he said that although tomatoes t and packing houses crepes and others In pastels, +
dark or light prints
grown In the usual way: I
have a yield of from 200 to 3001 I' Jackets, some have redingotes.f L tAll
lugs to the acre, staked tomatoes' are delightfully new and
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: indeed has been the public response to our announce -_

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render the only first class Ford service in South Dade. The equip- Values

ment consists of all the latest Ford approved tools and machines, S Extra Trousers $t93

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LABORATORY TEST SET, .. With plain or fanny barks.

VALVE GRINDING TOOLS AND MACHINE, .
Brown tan, gray blue: solids .
WHEEL ALIGNING MACHINE = ie, ru stripes, plaids.a .

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we have just completed our grease rack hoist which enables us to = lanes. Sites 34 to 48.Styled .
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I. render the very best of service in this department.
and tailored for the
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Mr. Sam Alexander, a factory trained mechanic, is in chargeof I You'll approve the new"Northmoor"
weight and
I our Service Department, ably assisted by all necessary help. from our wide selectionyoull
And the color, pattern
and stole you want In a suit
ALL WORK AND MATERIAL GUARANTEED sa that fits as though tall{,,'.

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FARMS PRODUCE:

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BROCCOLI invitingly displayed at the Redland District Fruit Festival in 1

.. BEANS quantities sufficient to supply the Nation's tables at a time ,
CORN when practically all other farming areas hibernate for the Winter.

SQUASHPEPPERS Complete your picture of the magnitude and stability of the

agricultural area in the Winter Parlor of the Sun by visiting the

OKRA CAULIFLOWER famous East Glade area east of Homestead, capital of the Red- I

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