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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: March 3, 1939
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
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVII-NO. 9 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 3. 1939 PRICEFlVEGKNTa' ]jiIt )




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For- Marketing. of Limes I,, REQUESTS FOR ADDED, DAYOFA1UALREDLANDSFETE :


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ADVERTISING Festival Exhibits Judged Wednesday; : .

Long Award List Given Out YesterdayJudging : -

I THE WEATHER Displays and Attendance
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ONE BENEFIT of exhibits at the Fruit'/!I Homestead chapter, $5. !I Smashing All Previous s I
Festival took Wednesday.. Best educational exhibit: 1st, OfflcM ...tIIt-: ; of 1M a.uesvksla.a.dse.t i
place Records
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Awards in the women's depart- Homestead chapter; 2nd, Miami
ment came In too late for this Issue, chapter. (Special premiums to be sue aar.j i Ua TROPICAL FRUIT
TO BE DERIVED but will be published In next awarded later). I I Feb. 24 _._._ I 7S | 47 3021 200
week's edition. Best ornamental nursery exhibit Feb. 25 _.__ | 79 1| 62 30.07 VARIETIES ON VIEW
Other awards were announced I John L. Butts chapter, Miami, $10. Feb. 26 .. | 88 i, 69 .02
Commission Recommends yesterday as follows: Schools! I Feb. 27 .. | 84 M 30.11 Subtropical Experiment i '
Community exhibits fruits: High school general exhibit: 1st,' Feb. 28 84 I 71 30.11 Station Ila Feature t tI
Enabling Law; Mayo 1st, Redland (Redland District I Redland $10; 2nd Homestead, $5 Mar. 1 83 I 85 30.19 I
Will Endorse It"PERSIAlFwOULD Lions Club), $50; 2nd, Homestead Grammar school general exhibit: Mar. 2 I'I 39 '3011 Exhibit of 1939Smashing
(Homestead Rotary Club), $25. I tat, Redland $10, 2nd, Homestead I all previous
I attendance -
Community exhibits vegetables $5.
BE"FLORIDA" 'I : 1st, South Allapattah Individual Exhibits SIX IN RACE FOR records, the tenth annual
IN FUTURE Gardens, $50; 2nd, Goulds, 125. Vegetables, 10 or more varieties: i Redland District Fruit Festival, I
Packing house exhibit-Irish 1st, Estil Lee $10; 2nd, Willis Vick,I : which opened Monday, will be continued !
Small Ad Tax and potatoes: 1st, J. W. Campbell, $5; 3rd, Wilbur Vick, $3. f REDLAMD FARM I. through Sunday March 5,
ate Juice Wilbur Vick, $25. $50:1.2nd Prizes awarded in each of the I, The giant fruit Carnival! was :
MOder.1 Packing house exhibit- following Individual vegetable exhibits previously scheduled to close Saturday -
quirement in tables: lilt, Wilbur Vick, $50. I were $1 75 cents and 80 I LIFE TRUSTEESIn night, but at the urgent request -
Packing house exhibits-fruits.' cents for first, second and third i of thousand of visitors who
Persian limes, which are "ripe 1st, c. J. Par-man $50; 2nd, C. Hob- places, respectively. I have viewed the exhibits during ;
the school and
when green and green when ripe" son $25; 3rd Frank Panno, $15. : Best lug of tomatoes: lit, trustee mlllage I, the past week, It will be held open
and are fully as large as the average -, Future Farmers of America George W. Smith; 2nd, D. K. and O. election to be held Tuesday In the! Sunday, according to George W, ,
lemon before long may be Best fruit and vegetable exhibit IL Hatch; 3rd, Howard Lamb. special tax school districts thorughjout I Turner, Jr., manager.Friday .
marketed under the name of Flor-' Dade County, six candidate March I, has teen designated l'
1st, Redland chapter, $10; 2nd, Best crate of potatoes 1st,
ida limes and under regulations Patsy Zucci; 2nd, Patsy Zucclr 3rd,i Will -Compete tat the three places I br festival officials as
the board of trustees for Red-
prescribing standard grade and A. W. Hutchlnson. on t Three Score and Ten Club, Townsend \
minimum juice content to be administered FLOWER EXHIBIT Best hamper of green bush I land Farm Life School (District 7), Club and Pioneer day, and ,
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by the Florida Citrus beans: 1st, Wilbur Vick. I :rhllh the Homestead-Florida three Incumbent trustees i|,I Saturday is official Dade County
Commission on a par with other Best hamper of peppers: 1st,' Cityschools Parent-Teacher Association Day
fruit now coming under its Juris DISTINCT ASSET Wilbur Vick I without(District 9) will be reelected -I The largest crowd to view the

diction. I Best 3 bunches of onions: 1st, opposition opening of a Redland District festival !
This Information was obtained TO 1939 FESTIVAL Wilbur Vick. The fact that the present members swarmed through the fruit
Wednesday from Luther L. Chandler 1 Best hamper of red cabbage: 1st, of the Homestead-Florida arch entrance Monday and additional
of Goulds, member of the citrus Wilbur Vick. City board-Frank L. Skill, thousands have thronged the
commission, who with Frank Rue The Garden Club has a center Best hamper of green cabbage: J. Geronimo and A. J, wm.1 I four tents and midway during
of Homestead, and John R. Math- space In the second tent made to lit Wilbur Vick. are unopposed, should not lull I every day. It Is expected that by
ers of Goulds, had Just returnedfrom I, represent a tropical garden with Best 3 bunches of parsley: 1st, freeholders in staying at home:,I Sunday night more than 50,000 ,Uitors -
a trip which took them to i an arched entrance on each sidecovered I Tuesday, it was pointed out, as the, ( will have seen the displaysof
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Lakeland, headquarters of the I l I with Mexican flame vine, ( on ) maximum of 10 mills special I tax: fruits, winter vegetables, poultry
citrus commission, and to Tallahassee and it has also a long stretch of must be voted if the standards of, and livestock.A .
capital of the state. flower-covered shelves. The flowers Service Club Exhibits the schools here are to be main-| large out-of-state attendance I II
Enactment of a law bringing the that arouse most interest, Mrs Add to Festival LureThe tained. is noted on the register at the
marketing of Persian limes under R. J. Shepherd, the president, says Candidates for the Redland I Chamber of Commerce booth, and
the regulation of the citrus com- are the gorgeous double poinsettias I trustee board are Dill Bashor W. l there are many Canadian visitors
mission has been asked by growers and the leather roses on Ipomea Lions Club exhibit it a L. Chambers, George Cooper JL. I and others from foreign countries.
throughout the state in order that tuberosa stretch of seashore with realistically Hickson, J. Lawrence Scott and More than two hundred varieties '
national advertising and other Mrs. H. H. Ewing has filled a painted .water and sky.1 Frank W. Stillman. Mr. Bashor of tropical fruits are being displayed '
benefits may be derived by the tropical garden booth with lovely The sand Is strewn with sea sheila and Mr. Hickson are the incum- at the 1(39 show, both In 'I
lime Industry. Mr. Chandler said. and rare plants from her own gar and edged with low hanging sea] bents. The third member of the community and Individual exhibits
The commission has agreed to grape trees. Washed up from the present board was Chas. G. Turner, These Include all varietiesof !
recommend enactment of such a den.S.. F. Matthews has a large and sea is a treasure chest filled with who resigned following his) election citrus, at least 15 varieties ofwinterfruiting .
law, and Nathan Mayo, state commissioner beautiful exhibit of plants from gorgeously colored tropical fruits last year to the county school avocados, 11 varieties ,
of agriculture, will endorse his home. Particular attention is In. the front of the booth two board. of papayas and the rarer I
it, he said. being given to some rare crotonsin shelves are filled with exhibits of Polling place for District 7 will fruits such ss monsters deliclosa,
Only a small advertising tax this display. 20 varieties of fruit now in season be the Redland school; for Home akee, Jujube, granadilla, custard
will be necessary, as there will be Willard Norman, also, has a The Rotary Club exhibit is built stead the Homestead grammar apple, Kafir orange, soursop Cey- t I.
incidental ways of advertising large and carefully labeled displayof in the Rotary wheel design. On a school. (Continued on Page Six)
Florida lime Juice In connection tropical plants. background of monsters dellclosa
with other citrus products once the Most striking of all It the dis- I leaves strewn with loquats are
lime industry brought under the play of gladioli and snap dragons I circled open lugs of perfect fruit Homestead Occupies Most Strategic I
Jurisdiction of the citrus commis packed in commercial fashion.
shown by W. O. Talbott of Wa-
sion. A Juice content which will Ma-Da-Ws Farms. I Position in Florida for Future Growth

correspond to one soon to be announced In the county's park departmentbooth Cement Garden Pieces
for Persian limes by the it a beautiful grass plot surrounded I Br R. A. CAMERONIs
U. S. department of agriculture! with bougainvillea and Exhibited by FFA Boys there any substantial reason expected and realized within a
will be prescribed. other lovely tropical plants.Schools' I to believe that the Redland District relatively short time-say, within
Across from the flower booths will grow and improve from two years.
Is a wee garden built by Home- this point forward, and if so what In my opinion. Homestead occupies -
Native Mahogany Pieces, stead Future Farmers under the are those reasons? the most important strategic
I I. direction of Geo. N. Wakefield.I You will note that I have said position within the limits of the .' I
Nationally Famous, Interest ManyA I who last year was given the highest I "substantial" reasons, and I mean state of Florida, if not indeed,
ranking of any vocational agriculture Just that. within the limit of the United
center of interest at the Fruit i teacher In the South and Any one and every one, makinga States. .
Festival Is the display of C. Hag- schools it swietenia, our native i the second highest in the United purchase of real estate In any I It la the gateway, and the only ,; \
Jer Rice's famous manual training mahogany-the original mahogany States. In the garden are cementpieces community for investment, wants gateway to the Florida Key over .
department of Homestead and -though several other native made by the boyarden to feel that such purchase has been the recently completed Overseas I ,
Redland high schools, the only woods are used effectively. I seat, sun dial and stepping stones made at the lowest possible price. I Highway. The Keys, rightly ,
high school work permitted to The display fills several booths. Palms on the edges and flowers If the purchase Is made for speculation called the "South Sea Isles of :
bear the gold medal label cf the Howard Lamb of Homestead complete the picture. he wants the same assur- I America," have been perhaps best
Mahogany Association of America.Mr. High exhibits an Empire tlant- In the main tent It the other ance, with the added expectationthat described by Stephen Cochran 1
Rice teaches In the Homestead front desk, very well made and I booth of the Homestead Future a profit may be realized from : Singleton who said ..
school and supervises the work of finished The handles on the Farmers-the exhibit of vegetables an advance in price. .q
the Redland manual training drawers are duplicates of those and fruit grown by them. On the Den art two such outstanding "Southwest, southwest are flung
classes which are taught by R. E. used on the originals. Numerous 'I wall are chart record of tomato, reasons, plus many minor and contributory The emerald beads that mean
Trotter. letter holes and small drawers I bean and potato crops and a chartof reasons why a very Important 'I So little to the now 0 Floridaf<. ,
The wood most used In both (Continued on Page Five) home garden products. advance in price should be (Continued on Page Five) f









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",A Torn THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 3, 1939 h
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Examination will be held for matron and necessary blank nu'
RITES3P.MJ5UNDAYEOR Chambers NominatedFor Manual Training Boys classes of positions a* follow: be obtained by writing to Jam
FUNERAL
Redland TrusteeA Get Exhibit Awards! I field adviser, claim clerk, Junior E. Chace Jr., supervisor of examinations
claim deputy, senior claim deputy Room 5-332 Wes
Floridian senior statistical clerk, junior University avenue, Gainesville 1
Q A. Price, president of Royal
native who moved to statistician, senior statistician, jun- Examination will be held In tll
the Redland District when a boy!I Palm Furniture Factories, Inc. of I
following cities: Gainesville
tabulating ,
senior clerk Junior Jack
ior clerk,
MRS. MATTHEWS 20 year ago, W. L. (Willie) Chambers 1 Miami and and Charles Roman,,' equipment operator, senior sonville, Miami Orlando Pens*
of the same plant
of Naranja. a candidate for superintendent
cola, Tallahassee Tampa
the board of trustee of came down from Miami to judge tabulating equipment operator all
Special I clerk typist, Junior clerk West Palm Beach.
Tax School District No. T ( the manual training exhibit Junior
Mr*. Stanley F. Matthew, in
senior clerk stenographer a
Farm Life School) in the The first prize in the Homestead stenographer
invalid for 16 years, died at J p. m. March 7. election I group wept to Howard Lamb for and principal clerk itenog Garden Club to Meet

Tuesday at her home in southwest, Mr. Chamber was born his desk; the second prize, to Ross rapher. At Home of President
Homestead. Funeral service will son County, Fla., and moved to Reitz for his chest; the third "The merit division under the
be conducted Sunday at S p .m In this district with his parent in I to Henry Dodson for his prlze'l supervision of James E. Chact, The South Dade Garden Quo
the Homestead Baptist Church bye\ 1910. He married Louise McLen-' desk; and honorable Jr., 1* now accepting application meeting Monday will be held.
the pastor Dr. J. E. Johnston and don daughter of another pioneer Jay Newton for his chest of, for examination to qualify for the the home of the president, Mn
the Rev. Geo. E. Deuel with burial'In Redland District family, and they; drawer I above positions. Applications R. J. Shepherd, in Florida City in
Palm Cemetery at NaranJa. I IMr have five children three of whom' The first prize for Redland was, must be filed with the supervisor steed of at the Norman home on
*. Matthew wa* born Edna: are still pupil at Redland Farm won by Charles Burr for his! of examinations not later than I Robert road, Mrs Shepherd announced -
Julia Wheeler (0 year ago In Life School Their eldest son,I 1 double bed, the second prize to midnight of March 4. All Infor yesterday. ..;".; ,
Iowa. When four year old her,' William wa graduated from Red-; Howard Crouse for his cedar-lined I
parent left to prospect westward! land High School and now is em-I chest, the third prize to Graham .
and she spent the next two years: ployed In a bank In Miami. Their McElroy for his bookcase and ;1, :

in t covered wagon. They ended eldest daughter, Rose, a former\ honorable mention, to Leonard
their trek at Steele and later]I Redland High School pupil Is i! Greer for his cedar chest
moved to Sterling Nprth Dakota married to Ulrlc Free, Homestead i
where the got her schooling and merchant. WELCOME \
I PLACED IN JOBS I
later taught school. Mr. Chambers laid yesterday More than fifty per cent of the
She and Mr. Matthews that he had never been a candi-
ake:1 i qualifying applicants of the last
married at Bismarck, N. date for any office before and I
examination conducted by
1899. They came to Homestead while he let his name be placed in I merit i.
the merit division of the Floridaindustrial
with their three children In 1912 nomination at the insistence of
and Mr*. Matthew entered wholeIheartedly I commission I were offered
friends rather than through personal -
Into church and club I desire for the Job, he feels positions with either the division unemployment TO HOMESTEAD
work When she was taken ill In that he has the best' interests of 1 compensation or ,
1923 the wa secretary of five dif the school at heart and therefore the Florida state employment servIce ..
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according to Louis A. Miller
ferent organizations I and It wa will do anything possible to Improve -,
I i manager of the local state employ-
thought that her overzealous activity the school in any way within
probably contributed to her the power of the local board ol, ment office. FESTIVAL VISITORS
breakdown in health. i I I trustees. J "In order to complete the present -
personnel of the unemployment
She wa an Invalid of sunny disposition -
I II compensation division and the ..
however and the had
i VISITORS INVITED TO GROVE -n
hobble that were both interestingand state employment *er\ice. positions
profitable. Her pedigreed I Visitors to the Fruit Festivalwho I, were offered to more than fifty per

Persian cat, dogs and chickens' would like to go through a, cent of the qualified applicants, .
carried honor in show after and more than thirty per cent were .
away i well kept grove are Invited to stop" "
show She had been bedfast for at Dr. L B. Shanklin'i grove it. employed Miller laid "With the
the her death.In .' ;' payment of benefits to unemployed -
two year preceding Redland road and Palm avenue Ir
addition to her husband she Florida City. workers now under way, it iI'
leave three sons: Aldus R. of Most of the tropical fruits grown I'I necessary that our personnel be Increased Before you leave be sure to visit our won-

Miami Roy of Homestead, and Dr! here are to be found on the grove(| Permanent appointees

In Earl charge Matthews of of cotton Experiment experimentwork Ga.,I\\1. well as ornamental plants 'I i I from I current to take register this examination are not required -, derful farm and grove sections, and see

at the experiment station of J 'I| but in line with the career policy
the University of Georgia She natural fruit and vegetable Juice i,.of the commission and the merit I fine fruit and vegetables that arc being I.the I.-
Is survived also by three brother to visitors, welcome them to the! division all present employee arc
T., Arthur and Fred Wheeler. I community, and present their. urged to take examinations for
The Homestead Townsend Club, with a flower as a reminder ol f positions for which they are normally raised while the rest of the country is
of which Mr. Matthew Is 'president -I their visit to the festival. in line for promotion.1I1I""j.I" .
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will attend the funeral In a ,, . blanketed with ice and snow
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body Sunday afternoon. Pall
bearer will be J. R. Rutland Tom :
FANCY TREE-RIPENED FRUIT GIFT BOXES
Vann, G. I. Gault and T. D. Piche. ,
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FROM: SIIANKLIN GROVE
Redland FFA DisplaysIts

Project Products See Scenic Tropical VarietifiTrees .

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Redland F. F. A. chapter I I. rep- Lily TMI*!*. Pineapple, In Gin CMII. Valencia OnntMi OKK. Duicr
resented at the Fruit Festival by Its TNasInM' ewdl..s and ('..... G.I\ N. poison .prays .....
chapter booth and numerous individual rwM-AII OriniM, T>n..' .... Cr.,Wr>lt. LlnM ........ M .....>... StMltr
exhibit of fruit and vegetables I, SAVE WHOLESAt.il lt% DISCOUNT. us... WORTH 01 MORI
placed by these enterprising' :- I. Fuir, special wr.,M.!. tarn commercial kn. shoes M Ik* life Kilgore Seed Co.
young farmers, and also by the I. CM**, m *-. ksk.1 tot.fewM S* Ik. MI.
community and packing house displays :, Unlr. wrapped m-k.lf k..fc.l fc .k..t SI Ita.I. :.
prepared and placed by,.= .....".1. them.M. I. Nlw, w,.,,*.!. .M-r.. tk ......1 k.., about If ........ ... I.u i

A. Baker i* adviser of thi I
Redland chapter and teacher ol,: .. Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin, Shanklin Grove Homestead, Fla. Phone 63
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vocational agriculture at Redland "
High School.In Palm Ave. and Kedtend Rd., 14 mi. West Florida City i

the chapter booth are choice
display of project product rep j .
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diversified community'found sections In of for their a the vegetables*Interest a cross-section Individual interest fruits Other are exhibi,of to livestock examples the be..:l: Write the Future Chapters of YOUR Life ;





fowl member tered The and their chapter of poultry produce the ha chapter, also where, animal an have various educe am en s; in South Florida --- Land of Better Living



tlonal forestry exhibit that show I

improved forestry practices. Ii,'I i You CAN own a home here, because I have properties to'suit all tastes and fit all pocket-
this the central feature 1* a collection
of native wood prepared b;; ; books. Let me show you what you want. Through twenty-fhe jears' residence I

a member, George Grunwell l I. :I KNOW the Rcdland District and am qualified to advise )'ou.
Other feature were furnished b:y1 I
the Florida Forest and Par

Service.Each day chapter representative::1 Serious inquiries invited and "just visitors" welcomed

art at the fair in their fruit jute"

booth to serve fresh, wholesome:' TWO SAMPLE LISTINGS


I 30 acres fine lime or avocado land, one mile from Homestead, on oiled road. $1,000

NEWT G. BALL total, cash. '\

I KEY LARGO bedrooms, 2 tile baths, living room, dining room, kitchen, sun-porch,

NOTARY PUBLIC I plenty of closet space, hardwood floors, tile roof. 2-car garage with 3 rooms and bath .

abo> e. Walled patio-all in A-l condition. On 2 large corner lots 2 blocks from ocean.

Fire Insurance and Riparian rights at street-end. No better buy at $3,000. I

Kindred Lines

j Eleanor Froscher, Reg. Real Estate BrokerEPMORE

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J. Lawrence Scott Runs not accept the scholarship for fore March 10. Federation '
and
Homestead
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chapter, wha
For Board of TrusteesJ. region, It will be offered to "This Is not a college entrance r joyed a delightful supper providedby,I hosts to the federation. ill'J
West alternate winner. 'I examination," the Emory announcement j

Lawrence Scott, candidate for Last year more than 1,000 : emphasized rathel.j
t the school seniors In eight states designed to find the best f'
a board of trustees for Redland
the examination. than the average student Success I
Farm Life School In the Special open to seniors in accredited I or failure on this test has
an Tax School District election of schools In Georgia, Alabama, nothing to do with entrance requirements Welcome Visitors t
March 7, lives on his grovehomeon ida, South Carolina North I ." ;
lina, Mississippi, Tennessee ,
Coconut Palm drive. one-fourth ---- .
mile west of the Redland Virginia. Redland F. F. A. Notes i
lenfCluS He has lived In and paid IChool.i Awards will be made on a -. .
preparation" test Including be.'I I I Tour our Redland District. .
Dade County for Tuesday afternoon teams from
JO years and has I various fields of high school
id ato three children attending the school Students with superior scores Redland chapter competed with See our fruit and i
Mnylnl teams from all other chapters In)
he seeks the examination will be '
to serve.A lour
"certificates of excellence" district In judging fruits, vegetables vegetable crops. ) .
I I college graduate In engineering President Harvey W. Cox I poultry and dairy cattle.,
anI Mr. Scott said he feels that he Emory. Afterward delegates from all the 1Parman

knows something of keeping about school the buildings importance taneously Examinations in will all be held : chapters chapter's assembled meeting at the place Homestead for Lehman Packing Co. i it '
a meeting of District F
our F A.
; grounds and equipment in schools and will be Packers of PARLEII Brand
by a school official
or an Prospective employer: -"Are "
good repair so they may be safe alumnus In the community. one of those who watch the Avocados, Mangos, and Persian Limes ':
sanitary and efficient. dents wishing to enter mutt Applicant (with : )CIOl'k"j:
"I have always been Interested their high school principals sir! I have a wrist watch." L
In improving schools of a com .
. munlty In which I live" said Mr.
tt Scott, "especially the one where P
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I send my own children. I have .
always been an active church ,I
worker and believe that good: hon

est, non-political Christian people This is what feel like doing
should look after and operate our we ;
schools. I firmly believe In giving
both the teachers and patrons a
square deal and believe In always
seeking to better the school so that
our children will receive the best
possible education and training"
J Mr. Scott said that he has only
a small grove to take up his time
and feels that he can afford any
time necssary to devote to the xti1L. L. + -
Job of school trustee.

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High Schools Invited

Into Emory U. Contest


Emory University Ga., Mar. 2,
Two high schools in the Homesteadarea
hove been Invited to participate t ,
In the sixth annual high
school scholarship contest of the } f
Fmon University Alumni Association -
it t was announced today.
The high schools receiving Invi4otons -
are homestead and Hed-
Land
The contest will bring $300
sclic,Inrships to 20 high school seniors
i In the southeast, according to
an announcement by Robert F
Whitaker. executive secretory of
I the Emory Alumni Association.
Awards will be made on a geographical Yes, we feel like turning out the guard every time a visitor
i basis. If a winner does drive* in at Gulf. It's our sm to bate you ,triv..u..w froma
Cult station saying, "%% nb .well products and swell service --- -
who uvuldn't be Gulfs guest in Fluridal"! /

Redlands Cafe

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r IS N. E. FLAGLER AVE. CIT THERE COON F>YOU RIGHT TO THE BEACH SHOWS THI KiT
HOMESTEAD:: FLORID CM SO TIRED I ACNI ON ALL OP US.LETS STOP AND YOU CAM FISH OVER PLACES TO PLAY
.NO IrOIlOER All OVER AT THIS GULF STATION Ian. IP YOU WANT TO OOLF.TOOlME.TOO. $
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MAHJORIS LRACR AURFB %W --some wassal' youth who was arrested in the
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act of robbing a gasoline station

....... s. ..e.sd slow nail .....r confessed his guilt In court.
Nor d& I. 1.11. .t of so" .like ..tIIIe" 4NPMt i L
conclusion of the trial
Fl/r". .... the ... orNara 41 1''y' 1 11t 1y At the
.. 1111. the judge drew the father and

mother aside and said: "In the
BITBRCRimON RATES
III .... county -. ._. I'." past you have been too lenient with
0._> .! D'". Commit, ... .. 11.15 your son. You pleaded where you
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0SIERMEMORi4tAKE : should have commanded. You

A Man's PrayerLet STEPHEN '- coaxed and humored this child

when your own experience In life
me live 0 Mighty Master '
Suet a life as man should know, CITY cap should have told you that it was
Testing triumph and disaster, necessary to adopt a firmer courseof
Joy and not too much of woe. training As a result of your
Let me run the gamut over; negligence your toy frankly admits
Let me fight and love and laugh 0112 that he has lost all respect for your
And when I'm beneath the clover' Judgment and prefers to follow
Let this be my epitaph-: his own inclinations. Now the
"!lore. liesone! who took his ,i .( J state Is forced to step in and take
chinco 1 : I NIGHSPRIN6S 9R / over the sesponslbilities which

In tl ,. busy world of men. you as parents failed to enforce

Battled luck and circumstances, I
Fought and fell and fought again Ucdland FFA Wins Third
Won sometimes but did no crowing -
Place in Judging Fair
.
Lost sometimes but did not wail.
I March 2. State Su-
Tallahassee -
Took his beating kept on going, LOCATIOK
Never let his courage falL MAPyl perintendent Colin English an.
that the Redland
nounced today
He was fallible and human.
Therefore loved and understoodBoth chapter of Future Farmers of
his fellow men and women ,,At Wj8' LgAIDI America won third place and a
cash award of $5 in the fruits and
Whether good or not so good '
Kept his spirits undiminished, ,STEPHEN 1 IR MEMRIAL' vegetables judging contest at the
Never false to any friend; r recent Florida State Fair at
Played the game until It finished: O + ,SUWANEE RIVE Tampa.
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G tfaA First award of $15 was won by
Lived a sportsman to the end atYt w
c -Author Unknown. i the F. F. A. chapter at Winter
Haven. Second award of $12.50
I went to the chapter at Bunnell.
Hitler's World Theory There were 44 competing teams
of three In
each composed boys
When Hitler talks about a world
I this contest.
t theory, he means us, Melvin
says I Billy Clark, Havana; Newton
Jane. secretary general ot Lions: Metzger, Hawthorne, and Norris
International In an article In the I I Bones, Fort Meade, high I individ.ual *

March issue of the Lion magazine, I next Sunday end the Jaycees may consumption ot grapefruit bread II scorers In the poultry judging
just issued.The DINING CARS USE adopt a project for, Increasing consumption can be popuurized, with two I contest will compose the Florida
I of the new product. Tre-I ounces of juice standardized as the' Future Ftfrmer team to the World'sPoultry
Lions association Is con MORE] CITRUS AT mendous possibilities exist as an proper amount for each pound I'I Congress at Cleveland next
ducting a campaign to expose the outlet for grapefruit juice it the loaf. July.
alms of Communism, NazIIsm and
Fascism and strengthen demo- POPULAR PRICES" 1r'
cratu conceptions in the United

Stab and Canada. ---:. I I
Mi Jones, in his article, states Lakeland Flu. March I.-1
that the whole' tone of Hitler's A substantial Increase In diningcar
chapter on "world theory and organ purchases of Florida citrus
1 ution" proves that Hitler has fruit wag reported for January by a
ide:'} of spreading Nazlism to all the Atlantic Coast Line despite I I
countries of the world. "The the fact the number ot passengers''
Nazis have embraced the two i
on through trains showed a decrease -|
major methods of spreading a doc In a letter just received
trine writes Mr. Jones, "They by the Florida citrus commission,!
have backed the work of their paid J. P. Walker general superinten-,
agen with the threat containedin dent, advises as follows "After|
vast military establishmentWe the necessary Investigation, I amipleased
have seen the combination to advise that while the. !]!
wore when Hitler's world theory number of passengers on through ,
man ,ird into Austria, bludgeoned trains of the Atlantic Coast Line:! +JO
1I its ay in Czechoslovakia, and during the month of January, 1939,{
split Spain. showed I decrease bur dining carl;
'LUer Intends no quarter for purchase of citrus fruit showed]
Ide in conflict with his. lie
an Increase, which would indicate;
,, ils absolute behind his '
core unity the average consumption of citrus'
bantu He forces, it If
by
purges fruit per passenger In our dining,
ne: ..iry. No one is permitted to cnn has shown an encouraging in-,
be ,t of step in Germany.
crease over the same period last
"', n merit alone democracy will year. During February there has:
eve sully win the support of all been a pick-up in tourist move,
men Therefore the Nazi plan Is to I ment, but of course figures with
eliminate It. It democracy does':, respect to citrus fruit and juice I
not exist in the world. it cannot bea sales are not available at this:
clanger to Naziism." time." The ACL, SAL and FEC
Contending that the loose struc have joined In a campaign to Increase -:
ture ef democracies, which givesus citrus soles In their dining
all so much personal freedom, can by reducing the price and,
torn:3 an target for i..
easy propa- featuring citrus in ever) way possible M.n.;
gand against democracy Mr. Report from other co-op-J b Dece.lt.rs
Jon urges that Americans and crating lines are expected shortly, f9J0
Cin..dians place their patriotism .
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all outs.ders a unity of national pur- an Interesting article in the March''
pose to resist the encroachments of Issue of Physical Culture magazine,
"1101'Id tltcorles" that are backed entitled '"Bargains In Citrus'
by machine guns and bombs. Fruits" 'The article stresses the

health qualities of citrus and also
Themembers at the Rotary ClubIn emprtMiaes kit pinion 1ht the I
this community in common with citrus problem not oat of vr.
109,040( other Rotations In nearly production but of under-consump-
6 and The Leader-Enterprise
Magazines
8,000 clubs in to countries of the Uon :The magazine has I nation Thee
world, believe that the most solid wide circulation among those In-
foundation for the achievement of Urested 4n physical devolpment
world pear is International understanding and good health. HERE'S WHAT YOU GET ALL SEVEN FOR

between men of good will. a e Pathfinder (weekly).........._.....'......... 32 Issues ONE YEARlJcCaU'
As important and effective step Grapefruit bread continues to Intrigue -
m Magazine. ............ 12 Issues
in tills direction. Rotary clubs the interest of bakers as a _.......... ...

through the United States have commercial product. As this Is Good Stories ..........................._._...... 12 Issues: $ 00

been holding institutes of interna-I written nine bakers are producingit Farm Journal. ?.,...._........................12 Issues
During the commercially Including three in
ttonunderstanding. Country Home .. .... ....... ........ 12 Issues
last few months more than 70 such I Tampa two each In Orlando and lflBssss9
In.iti' itei haw been held reaching I Daytona Beach and one in Winter I Southern Agriculturist. 12 Issues BHsHaiH sisss isis sissssV

audience of more than 800000 Haven It Is expected the subject The Leader-Enterprise 52 Issues
The winter aeries which has Just I will be thoroughly considered by

begun will reach even a larger the Pahtka! conference of the Florida Add SO cents extra it paperUs to be sent outside Dade CountyLEADEU.
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Friday, March 3.-, 1939-- THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page FivL (

inson and Leonard Creer. ing held nightly in the gospel tent strength of Its 0,000 members behind \ |j I
Homestead Occupies Most Strategic Theodore KnowlM has a check- on N. W. Second street oppositethe a campaign for widespread 1 '

Position in Florida for Future Growth,er-board table made of squares of telephone office by the Rev production end consumption of tills >
mahogany and maple and Inlaid and Mrs. George Q. Coplin, former new product in Florida.

with dogwood rosewood, walnut, missionaries to Central and South In a letter sent Merrill P. Bar- !I .-
And yet when they are cut and brought about the 1937 depression; maple and poison wood. Howard America and to the British West ber of Vero Beach chairman of J .
strung: President Roosevelt's pumppriming Lamb has a chair to match his sec Indies. the state citrus committee of the '
And set with gold, and nations bow Is about to become effective. retary. Lester Cheshire has a nice The song service begins nightly Jaycees, the commission has asked (
Before their matchless beauty, There are three factors which can- bedside table. at 7.30: and it Is followed by: the that the Jaycees co-operite inevery
In full-voiced chorus shall be sung not fall to bring about the greatest
Harvey Rue has a Sheraton style sermon. Mr. Coplin la an able and way possible ,
Thy thanks to thy Creator prosperity that the United States desk of mahogany which Is experienced speaker and holds the
Who did thee thus endow." has ever experienced.So well made. Sheridan Miller very displays attention of his audience. "In view of the splendid results ,
in opinion based on along the FlorIda
Jaycees1
my obtained during
Relieve that 69 out of 100 tourists a desk of white oak, with The public is cordially Invitedto
lifetime of experience I do citrus drive; 'the letter sUtcs ;
natural finish. This Is these .
or visitors to Florida contemplate light setoff meetings.Grapefruit
not hesitate to advise every one "I known the Junior Chamber of
the Overseas Highway by an inlay ebony design In the
to extract his money from that Commerce can be of much help In
This applies to all East Coast back piece.
trip. Bread Aid
hidden spot the old sock the tea- popularizing grapefruit bread. The
visitors from Daytona Beach Palm pot, the bed-tick, the safe depositbox James Hardy's four-poster bedIs Requested of Jaycees possibilities of this new product as .
Beach, Miami Beach.and Intermediate beautiful. It is
very constructedof '
hole-ln-the-ground the post an outlet for citrus are tremendous -*
points. They must all office or the usual bank account- native and Honduras mahogany Lakeland March 2. (Special)- when it la realized more than
past thrown Ilmnestead. and invest it at once in Redland mixed. Robert Rivers also has a The Florida Junior Chamber of 100,000,000 loaves of bread are J
How about the West Coast visitor District real estate, in the confident good single bed of native mahog Commerce has been officially\ requested eaten In Florida alone each year. '
? He also contemplates the I belief that it will be a longtime any.Joe by the citrus commission Two ounces of grapefruit juice I'
trip-the tourist from St Petersburg before be will see present-day: Byrum has .n attractive to lend its aid in popularizing use has become the standard for each f
Clearwater Tampa, Sarasota low prices again. mahogany chest of drawers built of grapefruit bread and to put the pound loaf of grapefruit bread. [
and other localities. Ut also must< along modern \lines. Joe also has }
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The West Coast visitor crosses MAHOGANYContinued side tables. This is made
the Tamlaml Trail thence down ternate strips of wild Chalr'l Fine Redland District F"
Krome avenue and necessarily maple glued together. It
through Homestead.The ( from Page One) out the graceful curves) and .
second outstanding reason Is i make it a useful and handsome lines of today in solid wood.
the future development of Everglades piece of furniture. Another modern table made of Estate for SaleI
National Park, which It li Charles Burr has a double bed wild tamarind, mastic and poison
claimed may expect to entertain designed by himself that copies or wood is shown by Harold Radford.
300,000 visitors annually. Homestead follows the early Victorian style: This one is Inlaid with walnut, have for sale one of the most beautiful

will be the chief entrance which came in just after the Civil dogwood rosewood, maple and estates in this section. The house has 12
thereto of the East Coast tourist war. Charles Is an old exhibitorat mastic and it is one of the most
We can visualize without much the Fruit Festival and has been interesting pieces on display. ROOMS 1,800 SQUARE FEET OF
difficulty the construction of I a and Is one of Redland's most outstanding Graham McElroy has a book- PORCHES. A 4-room caretaker's house
loop road starting at Homestead cratsmen. case done in bone white and
and continuing southwest through Ross Reitz of Homestead has a trimmed with mahogany machine adjoins the main building.
Royal Palm State Park thence tc handsome chest with serpentine carved moulding which li very
Flamingo, to Cape Sable then fronts to the drawers. The chest striking. Graham is another Red. There is a spacious lawn tastefully land.
, north to Everglades and to Naples was made by bandsawing the land boy.
, where contact will be made with) drawer fronts out of thick boards, Harry Pierce shows a Georgian scaped with royal palms ; also a large trop-
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? Tamlamt Trail. just as the originals were made. book table constructed of Honduras ical fish pool.
Can you picture the time In the Modern chests constructed along mahogany which Is very pleasingas
not distant future, when this park this design are made by glueing well as convenient. In addition there is a well-kept, 5-ACRE
i
, will have become an actuality and up numerous thin sheets of veneer Archer Dodson displays an old- BEARING GROVE of
we shall have passing through between curved forms. The mod- time sea chest with dove-tailed consisting avocados

and visiting the Redland District ern method is very good construction corners made of Spanish cedar ,,oranges, grapefruit,tangerines,etc.
from 400,000 to 500,000 visitor for dry climates but does not' highly figured
t each year? Do you agree with lost well in a wet one. This piece On the wall are some drawing This property will be sold COMPLETELYAND
makein from the Redland school.
me as to these two outstanding reasons Is one of the most difficult to plates
why growth should be expected the entire display. A display panel shows how inlay FULLY FURNISHED at the marelously .
I ? Jay Newton has a good bow- is made. This has the actual glued
low of $16,500. Some terms
price
, How about the Investment anc front chest which has the drawer up blocks from which strips were \ f
speculative opportunities? fronts shaped in a bow. The pieces sawed for the tables made by can be had.
1 I have been in Homestead since to this chest also were bandsawn. Harold Radford and Theodore
September, 1920-almost 19 years Jay has put a very good dull finishon Knowles. '
. Today's prices of undeveloped the piece, and this appeals to Other panels show all the parts
fruit land are In many Instances, those who like reproduction to' needed for a solid mahogany table, H. A. Cameron
1 barely one-half of what they wen look like the old-timers. and the method of driving screws.)
at that time. Such business educe Truitt Bullard has a handsome
tion as I have had was obtained dressing glass which was the latest Church of God Conducts LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERN.
of 80-odc style In England during the time
through an employment Services in Gospel Tent
years in the financial world. Dur- the American seamen were win- W. FIRST ST. HOMESTEAD. FLA.
I ing that period and during the almost ning the war of 1812. I Evangelistic services for the I Doors from Krome Ave. rhone 'Tt

i 72 years of my life, I have Henry Dodson has a desk which Homestead Church of God are be- -,.......""""?......-"..."..."',...,.........-.-......"'/'''''''''''''...."..''''''''.."..'''''.....,...55/NNMNIN. 1
through a number of financial follows the traditional colonial designs -I
passed
and subsequent and also a chair His deskIs .. ...................... .............&......:....... : '
I depressions handsome with inlaid lines. TTTTTTTTTtTT TTTTTTTTTT,TTTTTTTT,TTTTTTTTTTTE .. ,". ",.....:: att
French very
1 recoveries. The great I
financier, Rothschild when askec Ralph Delllngers stool Charles .eY"
how he made his fortune, said: Steffani's Queen Anne coffee table

t f "I almost buy cheap Impossible and sell to persuade dear." It any Is I, and cedar-lined Howard chest Crouse'i complete mahogany the furniture -, \ : IMPROVED PROPERTY TOWN LOTS j E

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Other boys
, one to buy either real estate or: in the room.
1 stocks when prices are on the hot', having cedar chests or cedar-lined
f tom. At that juncture he can sex, chests are Q. Lowe Lamar Dick-I !

.. nothing but black dark and l
; gloom. It is equally Impossible tc E
persuade any one to take his proW I :C
.' after an extreme advance. At thai Whenyouchangechange E t
i period he can see nothing bu 13
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bright sunlight.
p The two labor factions CIO and Edward

,1 AF differences of L, are; capital about to Is settle about their tc ::1 StilingC 1 1I

abandon its sitdown strike, which I .

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Pave Six THE LEADERENTERPRISEFriday, March 3, 1939

Redd $l; 2nd, Mrs. B. E. Gatlln Miss Mabel Williams, Instructor. home economics department Is displayed exhibit also a dress made by her.
AWARDSContinued SOc; 3rd Annabell! Redd 25c. The Homestead home economics I on either side of a rock I elf.
Potted poinsettia: lit, Mrs department, under the supervisionof garden which Illustrates outdoor Tropical fruits In glass jars are
beautification. A complete food- the outstanding Items of Interest
George Ranson, $1. Mrs. Gladys Webb, presents an
( from; Pale One) attractive bedroom furnished at I health exhibit, an lnexpe.lva'lay- ,. shown by the older girl of the
Potted begonia: 2nd Mrs ette and samples of dresses made 4-H Club.
Donald Lair; 2nd. Dean Sickle;; George Ranson, SOc. the cost of $3.15. The bed, In this
by the sewing classes also are Next to the 4-11 and
exhibit, was constructed of Home
3rd Charles Behrens. 1st, Potted geranium: 2nd, Mrs. ber scraps end covered with lum-I I I shown. Demonstration booths Is a large
of cauliflower
Beat I heads George Ramon, SOc
tonne. The chair made Work of the nine and tenyearold department presided over by Mrs.
Wilbur Vick. Baby's breath fern: 2nd Mrs. barrel, the dressing table made of girl who makC up the first Harry D. Wolfe where women's
Beat 3 heads of lettuce: lit, B. E. Gatlln, SOc. orange crates, and the stool, originally -!I year 4-H Club Is shown In the Interesting handiwork is shown. Much of it
Wilbur Vick; 2nd Donald LalriJrd. Crown of thorns: 2nd, Mrs. B. a nail keg, were covered 4-H booth. Each little is offered for sale.
Donald Lair. E. Gatlln SOc. with cretonne and trimmed in I I girl has on display a darned sock, The local Townsend Club baa a
Best S bunches of turnips: lat, Potted coleus: 2nd, Mrs. B. E. matching cloth of solid color. a hand-hemmed and a machine- comfortable reception booth next
Donald Lair; 2nd, Wilbur Vick; Gatlin, SOc Miss Bertha Nlll Hausman's ex-I hemmed towel and a slip. One of to its food booth. Mrs. J. D. Wy-
3rd. Wilbur Vick. hibit from Redland High School's this group, Barbara Jean Smith, long If in charge.
Class 3. Lot 2. (Prlzezs $1 75c,
S bunches of beets: lat
Beat Vick. SOc. . . . . . . . . . .
Wilbur Roses 6 to a bunch: 1st, Mrs .
Brat S, only, eggplant: lit Wilbur W. K. Walton; 2nd, Mrs. George N
Vick. i Wakefield; 3rd, Mrs. W. K. Walton. .

Wilbur Best Vick.12 bunches of celery: lat,, Allen.Amaryllis: 1st, Mrs. C. S. : How Would You Like to Own :

Beat peck spinach (New Zealand Mixed flowers In vase: 1st, .
): 1st Wilbur Vick. Mrs. George N. Wakefield. One of These Grove Homes .
Beat 4 heads of endive: lat, Mixed flowers In basket: 1st,
Mrs. C. S. Allen. .
Wilbur Vick. One kind flower In vase: 1st, .
lit prize to Wilbur Vick on I Mrs. George Wakefield; 2nd Mrs. : in The Redland District ? .
hamper turnips, beets and carrots 'George Ranson; 3rd Mrs. C. S.
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Allen.
Individual Fruit Exhibit
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or Best more exhibit varieties of tropical 1st, Comfort fruits 8 5-acre avocado-lime grove, 10 years cados, mangoes, limes, lemons,

Fruit and Poultry Farm, $5. ., FESTIVAL old. A genuine pickup at $1,500. oranges, King oranges, tangerines ;

Best exhibit of citrus fruits 6 in setting of beautiful royal: palm
or more varieties In U box: lot, (Continued from Page One) I 20 acres on Coconut Palm drive ; and coconut trees; splendid corner

George Grunwell, $5. Ion gooseberry and many others.I I splendid Redland soil ; H4 miles location$6,500.west .
Best display of papayas, 6 or
Much credit Is due the I of Princeton-$600. .
Subtropical -
more fruits: 1st. E. C. Byars $5;
(blue ribbon to Mrs. George Ran- Experiment Station for a presentation I 10 acres on Krome avenue near
ion); 2nd, Herman Byars, (3; 3rd of 125 varieties of tropical I 9 acres limes, 10 acres raw land, Homestead 5 acres avocados, 5

E C Byars, Jr., $2. fruits with arranged a border In an attractivedisplay of rare 1 I small house and large barn ; negro acres scarified land$3,500.cabins .

In the following Individual exhibits plants. The avocados shown in bringing $200 per year; near
prizes of $3 $2 and $1 were this display Include the Ajax I Hundreds of other listings of f improved .

aw irdod. Booth 1, Collinson, Lula, Wagner, I Dixie Highway-bargain at $5,000. and unimproved land ;
Valencia : 1st, G. P.
oranges Schmidt, Linda Nabal, Itzamana, I
Brown. Monroe, Taft, McDonald, Taylor 10 acres; small house, large gar groves with and without houses;

King orange: Ut, George Grun and Eagle Rock. Many of these I I age ; twelve hundred trees-avo country estates up to $50,000.
I
well varieties were originated in this
c oedless grapefruit: 1st, MrsC district, known nationally as "the' I
5 Allen. home of the avocndo." 25: years' experience planting:, care and management of groves :

Pcr+Jan limes: 1st, J. L. Hick turist S. J., has Lynch charge assistant of the exhibit.horticul-'I'II and marketing of fruit. Consultation invited from present .orprospective
ar 2nd O P. Brown; 3rd, Red.
Tacking house displays feature grove owners.
L: rt Avocado Groves.IV.r.ne .
potatoes, tomatoes, all varieties of I
; lemons: 1st George L. other winter vegetables, avocados,
S in' 2nd, Mrs. C. S. Allen. Persian limes and all types of I
Prizes of $1 80 cents and, 25 citrus. CHAS 10 BROOKS
ci :ts were, awarded on the followIi -, The livestock and poultry showsare I
s individual exhibits: : bringing enthusiastic praise to
Kumquats' lit Philip Reams,' Charles II. Stcffam!, county agricultural 110 N. E. FIRST ST., MIAMIAfter
Guavas: 1st, Charles Burr. I' agent and J. Lawrence I March 20-120 Shoreland Arcade
Loqunts: 1st, J. L. Hickson; Edwards his assistant, as well as
2nd Philip Reams: 3rd, Comfort''I the many Individual exhibitors Phones 3-4653 and 4-3629
r,uit and Poultry Farm. who have put forth their best efforts -I;
Papayas, 3 or more fruits: 1st, toward making these dis-
F C llyars, Jr.; 2nd, E. C. Byan; pla)"s a standard for future years.1!'r. . . . . . . . t . .i
Sid, Mra George Ranson.
Bananas (Cavendish): 1st, Wll I: were Attracting the displays widespread of all branches attention:: /"J/""J///""/"//11 n II"1/1"/ I"1111"1/1/ Jill/I/ J 1/11I1111// /"1//1111I111111111111I11I1111/11111111111111111111111111111// / I

but Vick; 2nd, George Rnnson; of work of the Homestead and I :_ 11111111111111III
aid Wilbur Vick.Strawberries Redland Farm Life schools.In .
: 1st, Philip Reams; the art exhibit from the Red-

j Farm.2nd. Comfort Fruit and Poultry land murals elementary that draw grades praise for are originality two- A Grove ServiceS

Avocados, Taylor 6 or more of design and good compo Complete
fruit1st, J. R. Hickson $3: 2nd, sition. One Is the work of the sec I I
! J R Hickson, $2, 3id, Blair Hick. ond grade and the other of the
.on $1. sixth grade. The exhibit from the
Avocados. Schmidt, 6 or more: upper grades Includes specimensof
I" Redland Avocado Groves, $3; pottery designs, posters and wall
21 d, W K. Walton $2; 3rd George hangings. Miss Mildred Small, art GROVE PLANTING
t Swan, $1.Plants. instructor arranged these exhibits. -
and FlonrnCommercial The Homestead High School art -
exhibit of orna- exhibit Includes original finger I ;
n ntal nursery! stock: lat S. F. painting designs, soap sculpture, GROVE MANAGEMENTFRUIT r
V.Ithewv $50; 2nd, Mrs. II. 11. and a colorful mural executed by
E s ng, $25; 3rd. Willard Norman, the students under the direction of

$10.Garden club group exhibit: 1st i MARKETING I II

South Dade Garden Club, $10.
Ornamental potted plants 12 or TRACTORING
more varieties: 1st, Teresa Redd, I
$5; 2nd Annabcll Redd $3; 3rd,
Josephine Pratt, $2. EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING
Flowering plants: lit, Annabell SPRAYING .
Redd. $5; 2nd Josephine Pratt, $3;
3rd. Teresa Redd, $2.
. Exhibit of cut roses, ( or more Prompt service on all i !MOWING I
varieties: lot, Mrs. George Wake-
s\ field, $3; 2nd, Mrs. George Wake- makes specializing on
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field: $2.Potted. automobile radios .
dracaena: 1st, Mrs. S RELIABLE EXPERIENCED EFFICIENT
.. George Ranson, $1.
Potted fancy-leaved caladium: L. C. Dodd I

lit. Josephine Pratt $1; 2nd, Flowers Bid*.
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Monkeys Roaming Free in Jungle allllm IIIIIIIIIIDllrlIIIIIIIII"{ { 1111I11 I ton was elected president in the For result* use Leader. i d v
II II place of Mrs. C. S. Hough, who re Classified Ads
I signed." (Florida City). I Enterprise I
Here Have Government and LeaderA I I.i

20 Years AgoIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIlIIIIIIIIIIII I I -"J. H, Simmons had picked and about his sharecroppers 3,000, ..i

orl From the of the crates of tomatoes up to Wednesday
baby gibbon, only monkey protection I
I J J of which 2,400 crates belonged CafeS
ape that walks on its, hind legs by!' "human cage" visitors can walk i I Tropical
with perfect safety into the heart Tin lillmliif tUmm an MM ..n to Mr Simmons peraon.I *
nature, Is now an Inhabitant of I If I tain f .. fllM .< III ,
> N..wt..d Florida t
of this monkey; domain or city. All .. .. ally" ( City) ton north of city haD
la. .,' MtiblM..4 ...... It, 1111, I ,
Monkey Jungle, only attraction of, around and overhead one can I M .... BMtlh FtorM **..... sad -"L. W. Taylor, assistant super.Intendcnt HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
f its kind In the United States, which watch the Intimate life of Amer I I ...........11..A.wMarch.. Ort If, lost, wild tae ....- of Sunday school was \

can be reached from Homestead I ica's first native monkeys. Theyare elected superintendent on Wednesday Regular dinner ...... 50c I
I, 1919 I II
as free and as at home as in (Florida City; ).
by driving six and a half mites the far off jungles of Malay. -"S. E. Livingston resigned as I -"C P. Sheffield, who was called Plate lunch ... 35c I
north on Krome avenue to Halnlin] There are cages at the Monkey I town clerk to accept postmaster home as a witness on the Watson
drive and then two miles east. '! Jungle. First and most importantIs ship." I case, came down from Miami to Miss Ruth SlrffanJ and Mrs.

Gibbons are rare In the United j the large one for the protectionof -"Mr. and Mrs. R. 1. Hobson have see his family on Thursday night Florence Krmdo, Prop j
States becal8e.their constitutions the visitors and observers, then' recently received a letter from after an absence of several months LL
not to I smaller sages housing and pro their son, Robert, in which he in the upper part of the state !I L
are adapted the climate of
tecting one of the South' finest I' states he Is now on his way home where he Is engaged in Inspectionwork
the temperate rone. They are so collections of monkeys, baboons from France." for the plant board." (Florida !

rare, In fact, that whqn Joseph I and apes ranging from tiny mar- -"The Longview Club's exhibit ol City). I Dr.A.T.KnowIesVETERINARIAN ,

DuMond, owner of Monkey moset to big chimpanzee. Since rag rugs took first prize (J23) at -"Mayor Stillng, Dr. Shields ;
gle, heard that Paramount Jun.1 the wild monkeys will tolerate no the recent fair in Miami. Ralph Powers and other Florida
outsiders it Is, of course, :
necessary -"Harry Johnston,son of Mr. and
iums of New York had City people were in Miami on
to keep the other species caged in
Mrs. H. W. Johnston, who Is just Thursday as witnesses In the Watson
baby gibbon from Siam and would the usual for their protection. .
I way recovering from attack of
a severe
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case. (Florida City) Offfe sad HasfMalJ -
sell It, he boarded an airplane for Victor de Palma, ace photographer the flu, li expected In Homesteadvery I .

the big city and lost no time in for Life magazine, spent five ; soon accompanied by Ms X. W. 17th Avenue
hours at Monkey Jungle last Sunday wife and child and a trained Two little boys were bragging t
acquiring the monk. and his camera was in action nurse." about their fathers. Finally, little Miami Fiends '
The baby gibbon is thriving in Billy said "Why my father Is an
most of the time. H. Armstrong '"Jesse A. Soper, Jr., and Miss
the subtropical climate of the Red- Roberts another nationally known Harriet Maclntyre went to the Eagle, Elk, Moose and a Lion.1* Phone 37315 :
land District. It cannot be turned news photographer, was at the Baptist parsonage on Wednesday "'Peach" said his pal. "Wha
loose in the trees because the un- Monkey Jungle Tuesday and were married by Dr. Sutton. does It cost to see himEx.Hector .

caged monkeys, who, with their The only witness was Miss Elsa
offspring, hive held the jungle as Citrus Commission Halnlin. The many friends of the
their domain since being liberated : f
bride and
groom were surprised
there in 1933, would soon make Firm in EnforcementLakeland
and pleased to hear of the wedding. Supply Co.
away with any intruder not be. The groom was just recently released
longffig to the original clan. In March 2. Despite from the army."
the caged-ln runway for sightseers court actions which may be pending -
-"Mrs. J. F. Umphrey has received PIONEER GROWERS' SUPPLY
-which brought fame 'to the citrus commission has no
word from her brother who isin
Monkey Jungle via Ripley cartoon Intention of weakening In its atti- ,
the service, that he Is on hit I HOUSE OF DADE COUNTY
as being a zoo where humans are tude of strict enforcement of the "
caged and the animals run wild- 32-cent grapefruit cost guaranteelaw. way home from France."E. .
J. Dyal is building a house I
the .
newcomer walks and swings Following several hours' discussion -
his north of town and
around and greets visitors. at the meeting Tuesday,the on property
About two-thirds of the troop of commission went on record. still will soon move there." (Princeton"A ). WELCOMESYOU
little born to Mr. andMr.
monkeys living wild in the trees of desiring to see It enforced In all son was :
.. Willie Chambers last week
Monkey Jangle now were born phases, and communicated this Information -
there, Mr. and Mrs DuMond estimate to Nathan Mayo, commissioner Both"mother and child are doing I .
and the second generationis of agriculture and the well. (Princeton).
-"The Dade County Fair, past
on the way. law's enforcement officer. :1
I and but not forgotten, walIUCceS. :
gone
The Monkey Jungle Is Just what Mr. Mayo had Indicated ina
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a from the word go At l
its name Implies, a tropical jungle telephone conversation with
Inhabited by North America's first commission officials that he did not usual South Dade was on the job"
wild monkey colony. Intend to "budge one Inch" on enforcement First prize for the best community 1 TO THEREDLAND
display was easily won by Homestead -
The activities. The commission
Monkey Jungle Is a bit of -
felt that until declared invalid' while the sweepstake prize
Malay transplanted to the Redland
District. the until the I for the best display by any firm: DISTRICT :
Early In 1933 a small by courts, or growers :1
) was captured by the M. L & D.Co
troop of monkeys was Imported themselves request abandonment "
from Singapore, and liberated in the law should be rigidly and im-II of Florida City.
this natural jungle more or less as partially enforced. This opinionwas -"The Ladies' Aid met at the i FRUIT FESTIVAL
home of Mrs. L W. Taylor on; a
an experiment. Not only did this expressed after representatives .
for the
afternoon l
little band of immigrants from far of rowers said they wantedthe Tuesday rellulalbUllne.
.. Mrs. A D' Clin-
off Asia decide the jungle was satisfactory law to continue in effect as meeting.

but they also set up their long as possible. The commission
government, ruled by a chief, and also will take an active part in the Non/r.u .
took over the jungle so completely court tests In an effort to have it OPALOCRA r
that it was soon found necessary upheld. were Indications If "AV NOerN 0' vAWAhlAl VISIT
I.Trd 1 Nun) r d I
to construct a cage to protect the the law Invalid the coming
ALL ANNICAR AIRRArr
visitors from the jealous monkey I legislature will be asked to pass I A/r AMIow
Inhabitants.. another and stronger statute.ATTENTION ralet
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Page Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 3, ISaaiate 1 J
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burnett, In
West Palm Beach over the weekend -I '
In and JlrotmdHomestead. ; For School Trustee' $'

II Marlyn Bcthea of Princeton was' I
a tonsillectomy patient in the Post REDLAND FARM LIFE SCHOOL :,;
Graduate hospital Tuesday. i'I

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A Mulkln Maryland is visit- 7)1 ""
Ing Mr. and Mrs. John Neafsey in
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W T Lofton of the state dcpd-1!trn : :Mi ,mil :Min.lph Wilson ..IKcntiil. .,Modello 1 s: 1. Lawrence Scott 1 {
rat of agricultural education .It to 'ming :MiIMHM, | mother, Mrs H G. Bradley and Mrs I
Gainesville and Mis Lofton wen and father :Mi and :Mis L E Donaldson Brown who have been I I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N Wilson, and Mr Wilson' sistcr-' visiting Mrs. W. H. Cast returned I
Wakefleld Tuesday and Wcdnes-!I In-law, Mrs. Walter J. Wilson who, to their home in Indianapolis i ,j
day. I arrived Saturday from Grand Wednesday. II. ':
Rapids, Mich. I' I

Mrs A. A. Koestllne who has Frank Mosley of Jacksonville Lived in and paid taxes in Dade County for 10 %
been pending a week in the district -, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Walton had I was a week-end guest of Mr. and]I I
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs' as guests over the week-end Mrs.i Mrs. I. P. McLean. : ;years. Has three children in the school he':"
C. A. Williams of Modello, will return Walton's cousins i Mr. and Mrs.Alfred I
to her home in Lake Wales N. Smith of Saint Pell'rs-I) Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Squier of : seeks to serve t

today. burg. I Battle Creek, Mich., and Crystal
Springs Fla., arrived Friday to '
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Doyle who John Whitchard was called to.New i visit Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis. Foiling: Place: Redland School House .
have been spending several weeks Orleans Monday because of Mrs. Davis' mother Mrs. L. N. : }
at their winter home, Rosemont, the serious Illness of his father. I Snell of Miami, also Is a guest at Date : March 7 ..
on Coconut Palm drive, left last the Davis home. All of the group :
Friday morning for their home In Jack Atkinson of Islamorada attended the concert at the University nnTn '
Staten Island, N. Y. Mrs. Doyle spent the week-end with his uncle of Miami Monday. IVAAAAAAAV a u..u..uu.u..uu.uWe ',
Is the former Miss Gladys Haga and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Foxx. ; :
man, the daughter of the late Mr. Mrs. J. L. Hickson and her two I : c j
and Mrs. Andrew H. Hagamar Pors'G Evans has been In the I guests, Mrs. Louise Ekey and Miss .
who established the home In Red- hospital since Ted Reitmeyer of Miami, spent, : L.Villie( ) CHAMBERS r rl
land and lived there many years Wednesday for medical treatment.! Monday in Key West. .

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Mrs. Lester Warren and son, Mrs Minnie Austin of Miami i' Mrs. Ruby Abbot director of 1
Herbert, of Metter, Ga., are expected pent the week-end with her son- home economics in the R'dgeWOOd'l : For Trustee
In Homestead next week in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.' N. J., high schools, Is visiting :
for a visit with Mrs. Warren's Howard Johnson. i and Mrs. Don Ferreyra this week.! .
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Ferreyra had as : '
Mrs. D. L. Bowen. Mrs. Margaret Moffat of Coral'' guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs. WIIN. -! School District No. 7 :

Gables visited friends in Home-i: liam J. Tracy of Cornell, Y"I| : .
Mrs. F. J. Bylngton of Chicago stead over week-end.. and Miami Beach.1IINNMN,111111 | /

left Monday night for her home I I .."I w-I wIN.. N1,111N.....a,1 ,' (REDLAND FARM LIFE SCHOOL)
after a five-week visit with her Mrs. E. C. Stanton of Hopkins-1
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and vllle, Ky., arrived Saturday to FLORIDA CITY 'I
Mrs Chas. W. Camp In Redland, visit her son-in-law and By ;Mrs. W. W. Severy' .
and relatives in Miami and Coco- Mr. and Mrs. Harry daughter'l I ..I.. ,11, ,1-. .- ,N. ... .. INIIIIII. Pioneer resident of Princeton who has three !
nut Grove. Miss Ingeborg; =;; and a I :
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moser ofLouisville children in Farm Life School.
nephew, Ricky Becker, spent the :
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Ky, arrived Monday to I
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Kumler of week-end visiting relatives In.
Brownsville .Ore., have beer spend a week with Mr. Moser's I
i spending a few days at the home mother, Mrs. Emma Moser, and I Miami. I : Urges you to cast ;your vote on March 7 for a
of the Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Vivien his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
Mrs. Albert Hinman and Mrs. :
{ and Mrs. Ivan Moser. I bigger and better Redland School.
J. W. Miller spent Tuesday at
Mrs. Lithia Rogers of South Miami Beach. I'I' :
Miami spent the week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Launsberry I' I ,
Polling Place: Uedland Farm Life School
of Princeton announce the birthof
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harrison have II :
a seven-pound son, Lynn Mil-
Kelly of Country Club road In I rented the Grlesbach cottage on :
Redland. ton, In the Post Graduate hospital .""""""""""" """""""""""YTY
Eighth street for a year.
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Monday. I
Mrs. Margaret H. Moffat, a for- (Continued on Page Eleven) WANT ADS PAY READ THE WANT ADS ,;
mer resident of Redland, has been Vernor Turner and Jack Tur-
visiting friends in Homestead and ner, students at Stetson University c
r vicinity for a few days. will spend the week-end in Home-
stead.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Suber left'
lout Friday evening on a business' Mrs. Llllle Sprague and son
trip to Saint Augustine.Mrs. I Bryant, have returned to their ,
1 sOKI
home In Mendon, 111., after visiting '
Julian H. Webster, Mrs. Mrs. Louise Jones for several
Tom Llndsey and Mrs. W. E.::1 weeks. I
Rheney attended the flower showIn I
West Palm Beach on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Howarth returned '
I to their home In Lake j
Dr. Emily Pierson of Hartford,I Worth Monday after visiting Mrs. 1
Conn., and Mrs. Alice Pierson I Harry D. Wolfe.
Sweetman ef New York visited
Mr. and Mrs. C C Marsh 1"- Mrs. J. W. Tyner of MatecumbeIs
cently. spending this week with Mr.
and Mrs. Ollie Howard.

Miss Kathryn Marsh who ia visiting 1f11f, ;; I
an uncle and aunt In De-
Land and attending high school 1
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there, will spend the week-end ,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. !

C. Marsh. th a 31Concrete yogi Let Us Supply theLUMBER :

Mrs. Sjbolla Chandler who arrived -I
at her country home here
two weeks ago plans to return to
Detroit next week with her sister-
in-law Mrs. Carl Steele Mrs. /i.
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R. Krause president of the Michigan -
Woman's Golf Association and for Your Home!
Geo. Lauhoff, all of Detroit, who \
accompanied her to Homestead.'
Mrs. Chandler now has charge of Blocks 1
the office of a Detroit paper com- When you lay out your building plans Jet us estimate on the lum- ;

pany. On the way to Homestead, Like thePyramids ter you are going to use. Y ou'll appreciate the service as well as
-I. the party stopped M Greencastle our most reasonable prices.
t Ind. ,lo see Mrs. Chandler's daughter -,

i Miss Alice Penny, who is a!' We will be glad to explain the FHA "pay out of your income" plan I i
freshman there. Miss Penny will
specialize) In Design. LIFETIME construction calls of owning a home. Come in and let'S discuss your homebuildWModernization 1

for Concrete Blocks. They plans .
Miss Joan Kellum of Miami give( you the satisfaction of
Springs arrived" Monday to spend lasting; qualities combined Loans-no mortgage up to $2,500-make J
a few days with Miss Geraldine with beauty. There are many Bible for you to make repairs and improvements to preLt .
tot Concrete Blocks in your
Jteltz.I uses home and for
your building plans. Ask for pay them a little each month

Mar. 16. -- Homestead Home// details.

I, Demonstration Club exhibit at 1 / W. D.
home of Mrs. J. W. Shouse. HORNE CO. Inc.

Naranja Rock Co. ,
Miss Alice Richards who has LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
spent several weeks here with her
Ph ne 153 I INannJa.
nephew and niece, the Rev. and Phone 507-J Frank L. Skill Owner
Homestead Fla.
florida
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Jungle of Gorgeously Colored Parrots Near Miami fruit seed and tn center.rag in half Cut sections lengthwise.To of. 1
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I each measure of pulp add three i

Owned and Operated by Former Homestead Couple overnight measures of and water.then boll Let gently stand :,. ,

until rag la tender-about U to 3 4 )

of an hour. Add pint for pint of ,
Parrot Jungle, on Red road southof sugar and half as much grated ..' ..
South Miami, Is not In the Red. pineapple and cook rapidly to "
land District, but It 1 It operated by rN.t )t jellying! stage (222 degree F.) Pour

a couple who are former residentsof t 71' ,, At s Into sterilized jars and seal Immediately -
Homestead-Mr. and Mr F. S. t 4 a ri .

Scherr. rS Pe h; J Mrs. O. H. Stroh of Gainesville

New the Juncture of Red rood has developed an Interesting way
with the Cutler highway and of using! orange Juice in making
across the road from beautiful .41 11 Jello. she uses an orange flavored
meandering Snapper Creek. Par- rh IyR't a- Jello and substitutes pure orange
rot Jungle Is a natural Jungle juice for the cold water requiredIn
where giant cypress, cocoplum,I making the product. This givesa
ferns, alrpltmts orchids, palms, delicious congealed orange juice ;
cacti and other varieties of tropical and she believes It has possibilities
trees shrubs and plants Inter- for congealed salads as well
mingle profusely.A I e

smooth meandering sawdust 1G&L
trail takes you through a giant
cypress swamp studded with natural -
ponds and caves. A rusts: .
bridge will take you across a nat-
ural gulch wherein the water rises ROOFING CO.
and falls with the tide.
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Gorgeously colored tropical birds
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are to be seen flying In the trees, 1 rs I Johns Manville
among them macaws, parrots,
cockatoos cockatiels, parakeets / Bonded Roofers
and lovebirds.

Mr. Scherr invites visitors to
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I SHEET METAL CRAFTSMENMirmtaeKron
Parrot Jungle to bring along their << '
cameras so that they can be photo .
I graphed holding an armful of the b 1' I of the Famous

gorgeously colored macaws or G&LSOLAR

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f0NDK MIAMI-Q TAwS' MXAKflTf trotkajroollnn.
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Miss Catherine Potter of North fLOQ/OA p,4Ieo .Ic .f4cAL/%, COGVATOO

Haven Is expected this week for a'ATE Ql GOC (CAT/I'l$ LOYf/1/POSI MiC,

I a short visit with her grandmother HAS Nt ; I'HEAJANlT :J'IJ.(/ES AJ7f'}tf'I4d41DTOV6U
Mrs. H. F. Potter. She will be accompanied $1 aQIADf rl-A INNQM ,NMo/6I1r'fNAt# I fi. & L. ROOFING CO.

by-two friends AOA'eFrJ- 'cc AvoW416AroiarI N. E. Tllh MIAMI St. R.FLORIDA R. ...... M7

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The Rev. W. V. Meredith I
ducted con- I...",,,....""....,...,..'''.,,.,,.''''''.,,.........''''.,,.'"".. :
the fourth quarterly conference move seeds Run through food % cup milk 1 cup sugar 2 cups ...................................................................
at the Florida City Com-' Hints to HousewivesFrom chopper, cover well with water ,
I flour 14! teaspoon salt, and s. cup
munity Church Monday evening, ( and cook until peel is tender-I
Home Demonstration Spe- candied tangerine peel
T usually several hours. Put through PLUMBINGWork
clallsU, Tallahassee I Directions Cream butter and I
Mrs. J. K. Scott taken to
was a I coarse sieve and measure. Add \i I
Miami hospital Tuesday and ...II1.N..11..-,..".....----II,111/,1/11. of sugar and then alternately add
un-'I pound sugar for each pound of
derwent a major operation! thereon We keep: on talking about citrus'I cooked pulp. Cook mixture rapIdly beaten egg yolks diy. sifted ingredients 'I Done Promptly

Wednesday. because It's a big subject to Florida stirring constantly until it and milk Flour tangerine .
with Its biggest crop on record I Is beyond Jellying point. While not peel and last add well 1
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pallazola this year and because we don't "sweet as most marmalades and beaten egg whItes. Bake in square
moved on Saturday to Miami want you Florida women to over-I Jellies, It spreads better and Is loaf pnns R. E. Reed
where they are operating/ a res- look the opportunity you have of popular with children Golden Glow Marmalade i
taurant. preparing this cheap, delicious Wash grapefruit and peel) with JtedUnd Rd., Just South of

fruit for :your families. Tangerine Cake knife, leaving on white mem- Coconut Palm DriveHomestead
Milfred Severy returned (5 her Tangerine Jam I Requirements: H cup butter 2 branous skin. Break fruit in half
home on Tuesday after spending eggs, 3 teaspoons baking powder, and discard pithy portion with
three and n half months at the Ingredients: 2 cups tangerine
Kendall hospital for treatment pulp and Juice, 1% cups sugar 1 I vvvvyvyyyyym..TvvvTTTVVm..yTTVTVVVvvvvvvVVVT'T.vyvyv.vyvvFor
teaspoon grated tangerine rind

Mrs H. Parham visited relatives and 1 lemon-pulp and juice. I,
in Lake Worth over the week-end. Remove seeds from fruit Com- An Unforgettable Treat t
bine Ingredients and boil quickly

Mr and Mrs. E. J. Reed returned about 10 minutes or until syrupy
Sunday from a ten-day trip on the and clear. It.. "tops" on hot, but-
Keys. tered biscuits or on Ice cream. FOLLOW
Orange Butter I \
Vincent Keller left Friday for Wash fruit and carefully removed I MID I IA Ix

Martin's Ferry O. Item'ends and blemish spots. R siT. THE CROWDS
Mrs. Wallace Rice and a friendof
LEGAL NOTICE ne-I
North Haven Conn., are ex-
pected to arrive to visit Mrs FLOYD'S FRUIT TO
soon KoTirr: or SAI.* or TAX CF.R.Tlt'I'UFoS. 3 /
R. J. Shepherd. I I Application No. . Notice I I" hirchy Blxn that Elijah Perry,
hl> fill'I with m> wrilU-n that thi-
Mlair
The Ladles' Aid of the Community -'I tax rertifl.-t-I tivi'lhir /lIh'I.'tu.; ; u t MI-Ml TR I ISTH
I omitted or levied taxi' InMudlni the year
Church held Its March meet-
19310: hold I hy the 8lrln.br ail.vrilie.| and ST.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. sold to the hlirhnt bidder for rah ... nm., PaD'a'olJII11
Hobart Biockett on Eighth street vlded hy Chapter UtW. of the ml AcU.
of IV traUUture I upon Hit followlnir ricarrlbod
I rral -to In the County of Dade
Recent guests at the home of State of Florida, to-wlt: l CORAL WAY
i
be'
Lot S, Mi-Claln'l Sub The More to I
Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Shields were old are evidenced by Certificate No. ll'8ll I
Mr. and Mrs. H. Fontaine of Deer- of 1H27 mil represents tars for the ream)
inn to !183S. bothslit.r./ amounting to, 51LTMORE AIRPORT lE
field, Fla., Mrs. Anna La Polnte 127.17.
of Cambridge, Mass., and Mr. and Raid'U. eertlMntM tocether with nillulioequrllt HOTEL y AIR PORT
omitted or levied tnee will be'
Mrs. Geo. D. St. Jean of Newport old to the hlKheal bidder. at the Court' ROAD \
R. Huns In Miami on the find day of ", ... .I
ltl. beilnnlnl/ at the hour of 10 o'clock COCONUT
I.Mr. .. m., or aa ooon therenfter a. the Mm GROVE South of South Miami
and Mrs. Howard Carothers nay be reached I. duo __
Dated at Miami, Florida.. thin the Sltb
and Ray Carothers of California i
dry of February. IN9.S .
SO UTH
Pa. and Miss Harriet Mae Ca- I B. LEATIIERMAN.Circle on Red Road, near the ,
Circuit Court. MIA p a r
rothers of Miami visited their I Dado County Florida.Circuit '
cousin Mrs. J. W.. Miller, on I ( Court Bean Oa Original Sausage Tree

Wednesday. Publl.h.d. I.5. I:, t,. ?il..ENNO. D. Co MraaR'l l
gate..
I '"Ka.' MATHE20 Birds Flying

MIAMI'S GIFT SHOP CENTER.JNiamrs NAMMOCgt
al Free In The Trees a

SuslestAmerllcds I Lnrgasti- +


USAGE and yet so tame you can t
} TREE
-' ( 111 be photographed with

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half a dozen or more in


51 E. FI4gler Sta t.. -htl 60 N.E. First 5t. your arms.

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Van 1'w lv. THE LEADER. 'NTERPRIS'&' Friday,






I I Social Events- in South Dade. I : ,





STATE ECONOMIST TALKSTO mitten Mrs. Bruce Ennis Mn R. MUSIC CLUB: TO GIVE gram
CLUB ON CONSERVATION J. Elliot and Mr. Earl Pacettl, Jr. The Calendar PROGRAM MIAMI Present were: Mrs. Chas T, ;

MI Isabella Thursby state extension The group decided to collect ."""'_,_..""___W"'",,,," The Monday Music Club of Harper Mn W. E. Lewis Mrs. S.
economist spoke on the magazine for less fortunate people Mar 3-Naranja Chapter, O E Homestead will present a programat L. West Mrs Ceo M. Frlck Mrs.
need of canning more fruits, vegetables Mn Bruce Ennis conducted S., banquet. the meeting of the Miami Music J. J. West Mn II:. L. Lawrence
and meat and displayed the devotional and Miss Jennie Club Saturday forenoon In theY Mn Collier and Mrs Rosamond '
ample of these products at a Lobdell had charge of the Bible Mar Townsend Club meeting W. C. A. building Miami. '
meeting of the Redland Home study In Neva King Cooper School .t A luncheon will follow the program. MR. AND MRS;. WILLIAMS .
Demonstration Club Frld ly. Tropical Announcement wa made that 2:30: o'cloak.Mar. I ARE HOSTS AT FISH FRY :
mincemeat, made of fruit. she the next meeting will be on March Those who will give musical' Mr. and Mrs John G. Williams t
IBid I Ia a particularly valuable 27 at the home of Mrs B. M. Hind- 8.- Meeting of JUlIorWoman' numbers are: Mrs. H K. Foulk: entertained their houst guests, Mr {

product not generally used 1 here man, and that Mri T. B. Gran- Club. Mr. Wm Musselwhlte Mrs Joseph and Mrs Harry M. Cleaver, Mrs .

Mi.i Eunice Grady announcedthe tham and Mrs. ndman will be Mar t.-Meeting of South Dade Elder Mn W. M. Fifleld Mn! Amelia Gillls and J. G Hopkins,
list of prizes that will be the hostesses Garden Club. Lloyd Deltz Mrs. J. D. Redd, and all of Brownsville, Pa., at a fish
awarded at the club exhibit at Members! present were: Mn Mrs. S. L. West Mn Julian H fry at their home Sunday evening
the March meeting The articles Lloyd Field, Mr*. Leslie Differ Mar. 0.-Meeting of W. M. U. Webster will have charge of the The fish had been caught by the \,
that win blue ribbon. she laid Mr*. Ennli, Mn Elliot, Mrs. Logan, Circle Five with Mn Gordon program men of the party on a fishing trip
will be exhibited at the county Mrs Hindman and Mn Nolan. In Key waters f

content In April. Visitors present were Mr. Carter Ivey.Mar.. 6. Pot luck P. T. A. COMMITTEE Others at the fish fry were Mr. d
Finns were completed for the Mr. Comstock and Mn Martin meeting of TO MEET TUESDAY end Mn K. E. Sessler of Coral
Homestead
club's display In the Fruit Festival B. P. W. C. In Hospi- The Homestead P. T. A. execu- Gables and Mn Matilda Williams >
MI'E A. Carter, vice-president, N fit. AND MRS L K BISHOP tality House at 6.SO p. m tive committee will meet Tuesday The visitors left for the North on .-

presided. CUE SUPPER PARTY Mar. 7.Meeting of Homestead' afternoon at 2 o'clock. Wednesday
Those present were: Mn! H. J. Mr. and Mrs Laban K BI.hop'' P. T. A. executive committee at' I d
Armstrong, Mrs. J. W. Porte, MI'J. \!. entertained It a chill nipper a t 2 p. n. In clinic room. MRS. II COLLIER IS HOSTESSTO The Rev and Mn J. J. Richards I
A. Rotherham, Mn A. Malcolm, their home Friday evening. After DORCAS CLASS MEMBERSThe will have as dinner guests Friday \
Mrs M. Lopez Mn A. W. January upper Chinese checkers were enJoyed Mar. 7.-W. M. S. meeting In Dorcas Class held a business I evening Mn Richards' brother '
Mn A. E: Barnes, Miss Eva church and social meeting at the sister-in-law and nephew, Mr. and

Rotlurham, Miss Grady, Miss Covert were laid for: Mr and Mar. 1 Meeting of W. M. U. home of Mrs H. Collier on Thursday Mr*. Carlos Edwards of Miami and
Thursby and Mrs. Carter.. Mr*. Alex Lanier, Mr. and Mn Circle Three with Mr*. F L. Mc- Mrs W. L. Rosamond gave their ion, Brad who will leave
Alvin Campbell Mr. and Mr*. Iwnln the devotional part of the pro-1 I next week for Fort Land, Ga. 1

KAPPA PHI DELTA I James Roberts, Miss Fannie Johnson ________ 1t 1
INSTRUCTS PLEDGES Mar. 7. Meetlng """"""""""""""""".r..r..r..r..rrrrr.r.rTHE '' :
D H Dellinger and the host of W. M. U.
"Hell week" for the pledge of and hostess Circle One with Mr*. W. L. Rosa-J '
Kappa phi Delta Sorority started mond at I p. m. H. aUa'STO.I, b1: .:;;';twH

Monday evening a meeting held MRS FR\NK IRWIN I
at the home of Miss Claudia con- M HOSTESS TO Y. W. A. Mar. 9.-Benefit bridge party at,

nor After they had taken their I Mr. Frank Irwin was hostessto Woman Club. i DIXIE DRUGHomestead

vow the pledges were given rules the Y. W. A. at her home Tues- Mar. 13.-Meeting of Monday
for the week They must follow, day evening when a week of Music Club at home of Mr. and
not precede members, address prayer program was presented Mrs. G. I. Gault. Florida
members! by their last names only,, The next meeting It was an- t
ansa'sr all\ calls of members Maf 14Y. W. A 1
sup.I -pounced. will be held March 14 meeting
ply Rum for members to chew but I but the place hat not yet been selected Mar. IS. Legion Jell
refs ,in from chewing it them-! 1 Auxiliary
solve, lit on the floor at all meetings Those present were: Mrs. J meeting
and carry black notebooks,' Tom Vann Mn Irwin bliss Ellen Mar. 21.-W. M. S circle meet i 'Pntsige; Rexail
fur black marks.Initiation 'I'Vann bliss Elizabeth Mcllwaln ings at home of Mr*. Dan Williams
will take place at the 1 :Mill Lucille West, Miss Sybil 0.6 Disinfectant
next meeting which will be held Cheshire and Mill Juanita Sasnett. Mar. 23 -Meeting of Dorcai ,
at tl a home of Miss Barbara Done Class with Mri E. L. Lawrence Deodorises."a
The pledges are: Mini Barbara REX-EME
BARBARA JEAN SMITH:
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Mar. 24 Kills
-Meeting of Redland tA'p String.
During Miss Virginia Dorsey! the HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY
Home Demonstration l(
Misses. Jamie and Betty Richards Club 1 Useful torWin
Mn A. 1
D.
and Miss Madge Thompson lifer n. roast Saturday Smith evening gave 1 honor wiener 01 f Mar. 27 -Meeting of Yours g } irritations, i4or.size E/k yi

bers present were: Miss Mary the tenth birthday of her daughter Woman Circle at home of Mr I
CMC. English Miss Mary Frances' and Mrs B. Wens-Al
I h Barbara Jean Games on the M. Hindman. Packs
Arthur, Miss Clara Belle Stuart, SUPER-ThI
lawn
Miss Done and Miss Conner were enjoyed. Apr. 1.-Meeting of W. W U klenzo Remove, spots
A pink and white birthday C'ake Circle Two with Mn J. H. Olson l rapidly, astety.Y .270 ,
AD ,and punch were served by MnI .
ASTRA CHAPTER PLANS
FOR GRAND "IATIOS'S.sIT j Smith assisted l by Mn A. E. B. P. W. C, TO ENTERTAIN:, R.90
Smith. STATE PRESIDENT MONDAY s'tr s 2c'-e
MrBetty Lewis of Miami I The guest were: Patsy Padage The Homestead B P. W. C. will Ekey'sQwrtsag
grand Instructress conducted for' Ruth Rutland Jolyne Mock Jam have a pot-luck dinner meeting A.aPty Glass Cleaner
the Officers of Ad Astral Chapter of Moon, Catherine Shackleford RuthB1rum followed by a program Monday i
the. 'J E S last Friday evening inprrpiration '
Barbara Jean Wakefleld evening In Hospitality House.
Clean
for the official visit I Donnie Alderman Carl Smith and- Mrs Vlna Betterley of Hialeah 140F
of tl grand matron Mrs d 1 y
Beatricenrandun
l Betty Schauberger state president, and Miss Mildred 'tl
on Friday night of thl'I' Nelson of Miami, district director, D91 fast, "
'
weed, Coffee and cake were I Mr. and Mn W L. Hubert and will be guest of honor with luster. II
II'r. d m the. lodge banquet hall Mrs Wessle Whiddon of Miami l rsot

: and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wltlko
HOMESTEAD/ CLUB TO HOLD 1, were dinner guests of Mr. and INDIGESTIONRrFRCTIVKLT

ITS lAlllltlT ON \RCII 16 Mr*. C. R. Cruze Sunday. : treated .4 z. f/ff'CwgltSyrup

Tire local exhibit of the HomeStead -I I kr(.t'blr..r.rte"store .11.. well. fcrfi,"

will be lime held at Demonstration 1 o'clock. March Club 18, r Dr. I,eonard". Haskln'' DU. R. J. ELLIOTT I RexillanaSoothes I 30
I. 1',. .
BptrliKiIni : I".I.>ll Chiropractor
at tho home of Mrs. J. W. Shoo ale eittin..d K>,.lrlnf .( H.... .lId. _._ .. throats irritated by
on North Krome avenue near Avocado GLASSESHI .I coughs due to colds. Children

,drive. N. I. Fares' *... Mln.l like the llavor. Use r'fil tavi
Mi. Fred Suber I I. exhibit chairman cI"'I Ad C-.dltl..sd coupon (void e :
Coo..I..t T.... 10 gave 16 .rJI'n i ) r

Friends. and visitors are Invited NaiMe---------------------------

YOUNG to attend.WOMAN'S I i II I AWrers---------------------------

CIRCLE I
Fit
TO It A*'E PROJECT .i We Give the Your always welcome Prescriptions always,
1
Mi-. Wm. Nolan was hostess at at .w star when you priced U accordancewith

the meeting of the Young Woman si!: GenuineEUGENE get fast, friendly xmc. DRUGS and i DM ingredients
Circle ii of the W M S Monday evening r kept reasonable
at the home of the circle'I' Permanent ,!*....,... ,1.u........ ar. ...... .." .,,....,, t,

leader, Mn A. M. Logan Mr iIi. 1I..a." '''''.De "..'" ......... ..... j.cII......,..
Logan appointed a* Soft, rolling waves abundant -
i .! project cam.GLASSES .1 ....AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..A..A........ ................ ;
I IPIM4 lasting curl that the
IiIIIIIIII I'll' Ili 11 Ili Mill 1111111111 '" 1,101ii, ,
kind of t permanent you want -
(J /
r ..' oJ And that the kind we five. REQUEST .
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Keep
.. Tee "tie Rdspr' will rap
I For we do genuine Eugene
Wid.
JAW *,.. a kes be" 4"- e jSt-LTON.'SL
.. Awake I iutk. NKMMDI. Worn IT* waving, with genuine Eugene: ,:

I I air t* aaadU aad kola kmtrI Sachets. Let us "dress" your I I
U __ We t oooun cW ;
I hair for the season, with natural > o o14
l Sheila Thermlqae Croqalgaole ,
I undulation and fla tter.I .
: Waves ., .
I L.... IU>....* Tu kUrlMll' CM- Ing face-and-neck curls! "A BEAUTY SECRET-
Drowasees and fangw 41"; is eye- _Ire I
tint CM i* 6I MMwo ush'sBarberShop : mart women have learned when, they wanl '. t tI
( helped tdwMiidl 11y 'artl l l ALICE'S BEAUTY BEAUTIFUl. NATURAL PERMANENT WAVES N .
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Dr. L. W. Stebbins PARLOR & Beauty Parlor : Make jour appolnfaMot kxJ ,. :

\Miami II U 1Ift',... Ar..M-Alwe Bitn.> PAT'S BEAUTY PARLOR t
1I2J MT. Stapler St. 0.-.('....'.. I
Phone J-IS 11 I r_ 64,01-110', Mis Ullle Brow* Operator Horne Bldg Homestead, Fla. Phone 38
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Friday, March 3, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE PAO'fI 'I'1tiMMn' i if


. | mixed chorus under the direction' : p
( of Robert Reinert were excellent. 1 1I
Homestead | The students attending were .:I IA
HighLightsWRITTEN t I Athley Kemp, Betty and Jamie I

: Richards and Frances Rutland.I .

BY MEMBERS OF THE HOMESTEAD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISM CLUB I I ',
BARBARA BURKE Editor i 1 I "Jane," said her mistress, 'have / "
___ 1 you been telling around that I am I ti rI

I hard to please ,
Student Council to Be PLAY ILEAH MONDAY Homestead High Meets "No-um," denied Jane vigorously I

Established in H. junior high school team of Miami Beach In Debate "dat Ah Bin't You nebah catchme

Homestead High School seems doing a thing like dat Ah I
On Monday afternoon five keeping the record of the A Wednesday the Homestead High keeps my thoughts to myself, Ah
and girls represented by being seated first In the School debating team went to do."-Ex.DR.R.S.AKERS.
High.School at the Dade ] tournament. First game Miami Beach Senior High Schoolto
Student Council meeting at tournament will be> played debate the question: "Resolved
land High School. Hialeah Monday at Hialeah the United States should establish I
Plans are being considered team winning the tourna a military alliance with Great i I
the establishment of a will receive gold basketballs Britain.'; There was no decisionon I 1 ,
council In Homestead High I gold cup. the question. This was Homestead I DENTIST I .
01 It Is the only high 's first interscholastic debateIn !

Dade County that does not Are Added a number of years. ,
Office Hours: t a. m. to 5 p m.
one Plans at the present time Homestead High Band The team was made up of Elwin Sundays 91* IS I
were made to send
Cooper and Howard West. J. T.
delegate from each school to I Closed Saturdays
Godwin acted as alternate. A
Harris has just received
state convention to be held
Petersburg March 17. new Pan American all-metal Then on Thursday the team from 1 Free Parking Space
through our local Pan Miami Beach, taking the opposite I i
Thursday afternoon, 1764 N. W. S6TH 8T. MIAMI CRYSTAL VASES
B. M. Hindman Is planning to dealer, Mr Frank Skill. side of the question, came to debate I
with the delegates to last Is the only all-metal clarinet Homestead here in assembly.The PHONE 2-SlSl THAT MAKE FLOWERS

meeting to draw up a have in the band. The others local team Included Lester I ENVIOUS. .
plan for a student council. of ebonite. With the addition Archer, J. T. Godwin and Howard
Elections for members of new clarinets played by West, alternate. William Mc- Yen have never wen Crystal '
council from the seventh, Booth, Q Lowe and Tommy I Michael was the chairman. Be sure that year ayes are ai VaMi like tbew. They were d.-
::18 the band will be bal The debaters were selected ss signed to be different-.nd
ninth and tenth grades will more good M your brsk.-h vti then
Bruce Scott and Jack Mc-] the best out of the speech class torepresent rf
held In the near future. trttcsl st least one neb ysi Sack i.
heavy, thick many
and hope
Those elected from the have recently purchased I Homestead, all Cl'7Malln smart unusual aha.....
trumpets. They are Blessing to compete in the district contest I
grade F. ARCHER '
were Mary Frances I DR. P. The, truly European In character
silver with gold bell and next
year. I
Effit Mae Waters and ) the newest note In continental -
of the same make as those Elwin Cooper and Howard Consulting Optometrist
Cooper. Those representing fashions\ but priced fir
I by professionals. West are juniors and Lester!
twelfth grade were Betty 1624 W. Flailer St., Miami, Fla. few than imports.
and Jack Gatlln.Refreshments. I Nelson, John McLain, Archer and J. T. Godwin are' Etch crystal place, hand-
were served at Kuhn and Lewis Murray sophomores. The Miami Beach I' Era Eximlntd-L M Ground I blown, Is clearer than the cl..,.
conclusion of the Redland recently purchased Instru debaters are seniors Glass !topal.... eat ...ter.1O lucent, so reflective
and will soon be playing I..r .r TAa Amerlr.a Institute or light and color that each la
beginners' band. PUPILS HEAR OPERA | School for Optklans beautiful even without a bou
Junior Girls Beat
Mrs Margaret Mills took a group quet. With flowers each forms a
In Miami have made a'
Seniors in This'J'O of students to Miami Wednesday] rare competition of daullnglovclmeM.
saxophone out of the old one .
night to hear the repeat performance -
On Saturday the senior Kirby has been playing I of Salnt-Saena' religious For your home or as lifts,
is not too late to come to the DR.M.A.BEKGERDentist
girls' tennis team took a lick In 1 opera, "Samson and Delilah. you I atm that th.reie nothing
ruom and try out on an .finer than then handmade Fottorla -
the hands of the junior high opera was given at Miami
v.....Or any more moderately -
The the
matches were as follows: High School by mezzo-1
winners first. Miami Symphony priced.
appear !
Singles Graders Win chorus with the four Now on display In Crystal

soloists, Carmella Ponselle, First National Bank
I In Game With Seventh
Evelyn Sykes vs. Marcia I ShopWOOD'S
soprana of the Metropolitan: Rein- : Bending
,
ens-6-4, 6-4. 1 1I 1
r Thursda-7'ht;; the eighth aid Werrenrath, bass, Santo Di
8-0 Lois, 8-1.Pierce -ponnl' girls' basketball team played I Prime, tenor: and Harrison Chris!I I Office- Hours 8:30-4:30 I JEWELER t
tian, baritone.
The A team of
Juanita Sasnett A t h grade.
vs. .
The orchestra, under the Open KteBlnc: f Appelntanotit MeCrery Arcade, Homestead
Kemp-6-1, 6-2. I eighth'grade won bye' score I direC-j I ___
tion of Arnold Volpe
Claudia Connor vi. The B team of the eighth
Connor-6-8, 6-4, 64. won by a score of 13-0. I
Mary Pierce vs Nina I A team of the eighth grade
6-3.0-4. composed of Dorothy Sulli

Doubles I Ruby Calaham, Lois Pierce,
Roberts, Athley Kemp and X-1
E, Sykes and L. Pierce VS Schallern The B team was; ,
Gauzens and B. Groover-8-6, 'i I ed of Ruth Peterson, Char
J. Sasnett and C. Connor Geronimo, Mary Ellen Dear-I l.
A. Kemp and M. Connor-6-3, Virginia Hobson end Mavis

This Friday our juniors ,
Fort Lauderdale, and I I a awi.e ,
A team of the seventh grade
morning Ponce de Leon
down here for seniors and composed of Virginia Booker,!
Vann Sue Moye, Virginia
Alice Right Betty J Jen
BENEFIT :MOVIE TCESD.Remember .\ and Jean Naylor. The B

was composed of Louise
the date, March
3:15: at the Seminole Theatre. ", Clarice Dodson. Fhillppa! :
picture stars Judy Garland Aida Connor, Helen Fright r
Vara Rheney. ,. 1'z''zti y r
Freddie Bartholomew In M A 1 1
Darling." The regular Bullard and Bonnie Groov-I I

charge will be made. The referees.
ceeds from the show will go to
music department to buy new will be shown only at the
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reasonable down and much 80 cent
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Fruit Festival .

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Whether you be visitor from the North or resident of this area, the ex-,

hibits of commercial and rare fruits and vegetables grown in the Red-

land District will intrigue you and broaden your knowledge of the agri- ",

cultural possibilities here.

To our honored visitors from the North we suggest a drive through the
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f vegetable fields of the East Glade to the south and east of Homestead,

Naranja, Princeton and Goulds as well as a drive through our grovesto

the north and east of Homestead where you can see on the trees the
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fruits you have viewed at the festival. -

You can not get lost. Signs at main road intersections will direct you
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BAPTIST CHURCH Matinee Saturday and Sunday ,;

m.; poaching services on first, SOo to 6 p. m.

Homestead-Dr. J. E Johnstons.! third and fifth Sundays at 11 a Shows and 9 p. ill Adm. *3e FOR RENT rugs, nvihogany bedroom vet,

pastor Sunday school at 9:49 a, m. and 7:30: p, m. I Flemish oak sideboard, antiquearm

m. Preaching at 11 a. In. and 7:30: I Princeton-TIw Rev J. E. Wal Sun., MOIL, Tues.. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT chair, R.C.A. radio Victrol,
Vacuum cleaner curtains fh.\
prnBYPUat630pmPrayer; : -Chandler residence ,
MM 5, 6, 7 ,i. rooms
ler, pastor; preaching at B a. m.;
services Wednesday at 7:30: swimming pool and tennis court S R. Sallngnr Royal Palm
Sunday school at 10 JOBENNETT
p. mGoulds. $4 .OO year round Silver Palm Grove, Newton road at Sitter

PEN'UCO.TALOouldsSunday ROLAND YOUNG: drive and Tennessee road Palm drive. (pI28)!
-The hev Noah Peter- In"TOPIEn
son pastor Sunday school at 10a. ( ; school at 9:43; (m3pd) CLOSE IN business property and

m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and preaching at 11 a. In. and 7:30 p. m. TAKESA real bargains In residence prop- i
TWO-STORY (two-family) house
7:10 p. In.; B Y. P. U at 8:30 p. m PRESBYTERIAN TRIP"also 12 rooms, fair condition but erty. Henry Bchrens and Beni n

Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- W. Morris, N. Krome Ave. next
should have some repairs-only
nesday. Homestead-Krome avenue at I U Baptist Church. (dOII)
SI.250; 6-room house with 3 bedrooms -
MARCH OF TIME
N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson -
CATHOLIC minister. Bible school at $1.500 cash; 4-room house FOR SALE!: Tropical plants, citrus
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Church of the Sacred Heart 10 a. m; preaching at 11 a. nt Wed., Tbura. I\lar. S, 9 and lot, $700 H. A. Cameron. trees and tropical fruit In l

S. X. Second avenue Homestead,; Young peoples' meeting at 7:30 KEN season. Jungle Crave! Redland
MURRAY FURNISHED and unfurnished
road and Plummsr drive.
the Rev. James Cloonan pastor. p. m
houses at reasonable rent.
Sunday mass at B a. m.; week day In
EPISCOPALSt. Henry Behreni and Ben]. W. PETUNIA and Larkspur plants for
mass at 7:45 daily. Sunday school "Swirrg Sister .
B o'clock Swinj"Frl.Ssl Morris, N. Krome Ave., next to I sale. Miss Josephine Pratt, 300
Sunday following mass
Communion for women the first and John's Fourth-S.street E. Second Homestead avenue Baptist Church (d9U I N. E. First ave. (f17U)

Sunday of month, for men and Geo. N. Wakefield lay reader. Mar If, 11 FOR RENT-Furnished bungalowwith FOR SALE-at a bargain: Spray

boys, the second Sunday of month. Sunday school e:30: a. m.; morn- SIDNEY TOLER"CHARLIE fireplace, hot water, new machine, 200 gaL tank; Sam J.
Holy hour Thursday before first electric refrigerator and stove Davis Route 1 Box
ing prayer at 11.METHODIST. In I 279 Horn
Friday of month at 7:43: p. m. Mass Fruit trees In yard. Inquire .tead-Farm Life road, half-mile
first Friday at 7:30 a. m. Benediction EPISCOPAL CIIAN
( Leader-Enterprise. south of Redlund school (mtf)
of the Blessed Sacrament r
after mass.CHRISTIAN. Florid City Community Church IN HONOLULU"A.

-the Rev. C. G. Nelson pastor ... .... .... .... ... .... ....... ......................... WANTED TO RENT MISCELLANEOUSTake
SCIENCE CHURCH
Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching -

florida City-Broadway and at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers Ancillary Executor of the I.aatWill WANTED TO RENT-One or two- your LIFE RAY TREAT-
and Bible study Wednesday at and Teitament of Jane J. Ti d.FI..t room apartment or small house MENTS for health at SHANK-
Sixth street. Sunday school at all I*. Mr.. J.n. J. Todd. Urcfaenl.
t::45 a. m. for pupils under 20 years 7:30.: licatlon an Feb 10. list by couple, year round. JX care LIN GROVE. TOURIST ROOMS,
tFeb 10. 17, III Mar I) Leader-Enterprise f7)) cottages, camp. 4-ROOM furnIshed
of age; morning service at 11 Redland Community Church

o'clock. Wednesday evening services : the Rev. C. G. Nelson pastor. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR cottage. FANCY CltTBOXES
TAX DEED All kinds of fruit.
which include testimonialsof : Church school at 10. Breathing at HI. IMI FQR SALE
Notice It hereby liven hit r: C Vaccine WEST FLORIDA CITY. (d30U)
and I and 11.
healing experiences remarks Epworth League at 6:3il, Mid- holder ..
I assignee of City ot Miami Tax HEDDON
on Christian Science, B p week prayers and Bible study C..ltl..t. Numbered 4&MT. dated the Ilh fancy fishing reel, lj
m. The public Is cordially invitedto Thursday at 7:30.LEGAL: day cot July. A. D. 19A1 h. filed. said c..I price HOME laundry Mrs. Jernlgin,
titirao I. my office. and h. ...d. .pll. 4 NEW O S M T pistons 620 S. Krome Ave.
attend. itlan for tn deed to issue In accordance I
with Uw. Bald Certificate embrace*, Clio 1 SET model T colls I

March 5. Lesson sermon NOTICESNOTICE Did following County described Florid..property too.1t. .1........ In|12 GOOD USED TIRES, 550-18 WANTEDTUTORING

topic "Man." OF APPLICATION FOR Lot I. Block S. Castilian Court Flat Boot 1 See Kuppertz, Florida City '4
TAX DEED II. Put 17. In the City of Miami. Count l block west big church. (pm3) WANTED high
CHURCH OF CHRIST Chapter 1T4IT-Act, ., 111!-Fill A-144T of Pad. But of Florida
Notice b hereby. elms that Annie L. Th .._m..t of Mid property under I school and grade school subjects.
P.... holder of State and County Tax Certificate the Certificate Issued. was In the name ol FOR SALE-20 shares Homestead Mrs. H J. Armstrong A. B
Hamestesd ,
First and
avenue / No 1787 l1ut and MOO Issued Unknown Unless Mid Certificate shell b.redeemed ., Bond & Mortgage stock cheap ,
N. W. Fifth St. Bible study at 10 the lit day of Auivut, A. D. 1027 han filed according to law, tax deed ill Plummer drive and Country
earn In my office and has mad arollrathin ...... thereon un the ash day ol April Art), Eleanor Froncher phone 3521 Club road.WANTED .
a. m.; communion, fellowship and I
for a tax deed t* be issued thron W9 (
preaching at 11 a. m. Raid Ortlflcate/ embrace the following d*. fund thin 18th day of February. A DDd (24m3)I
I scribed ProPerty In. the County of Dad. 1819. I Listings or houses
state ot Florida. to-wlt E. R. LEATHFIINAN. FOR SALE AT SACRIFICE-Living and
for rent.
CHURCH OF GOD Lot U Block H. Coral Terrace. Suction Clerk o. Circuit Court, apartments Henry
I I. Plat Rook 14. para IS In the County of County Florida. I' room furniture, orientalRFHFFARN Behrens & Benj. W. Morris. N.
Homestead-608 N. W. First Dade. slate of Florlla u err.hr.ced In Certlflcat. (Circuit Court Seal Krome Ave. next to
/ No. I7S7 The By N C, BTERRFTT D. C. Baptist
aa aimenl of said
avenue; Rev. J. T. Coplin pastor. I property under the said CertUlcat "'oed (Mar S. 10. 17. S4 II. I9SOI This 1M lath day ..1 February' logo.ETHEI. Church. al8-tt)
Sunday school at '9:45 a. m.; was In. the name of Unknown I : rrKKELLAlt. : CnIlPM& DEAKIN
lot 14. Block H. Coral Tcrrac. Section NOTICE' OF SAL or TAX CER.TineATI's .
at 11 and 45 Petitioner CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will
preaching a. m : -
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I. Plat Book 14. In the
par SS County 01 Application N' .. 407. ;th''F
p. m; junior Y. P. at 7; children Dade State of Florida. .. embraced In. Certlfl Notice 4. hrrc-hy lvn th.t Fial a"m.I and 10. mil the Leadrr-Enterprli' IT. t4 Myrrh. Hum.t. exchange nuhscrlptlon: or advri-
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meeting at 7 In parsonage Prayer property at* No under. the Th.Gold a Certificate"'.nt of Issued said I that menu the has tax filed certificate with m.t.*written eth. with request all ....d. {lorlda. ._ tiling lor clean rags Leadii-

meeting, 8 p. m. Wednesday. I was In the name of Unknown. subsequent omitted or levied tan Includ I tnterprlw
Lot in Rlock, I. Coral Terrace Pardon Inn the year IU89 held bit the But be (dvertiaed NOTICE OF APPLICATION
CHURCH OF GOD t. plat book H. par II In t.... County ol and old to the hliih.t bidder fur I FOR TAX DEED MOTH! OF APPI OVATION HB
Dade State of Florida. a* embraced In Caw ...h a* provided by IhalUr 1KIM of the I Chapter 17417-Aria *f Hit-Pile A3441Notice TAX DKKD: File "N.. leu]*
Evangelistic service now tlflcat No. moo The ......m.nt of laid lOll Act of the Legislature. upon th. ful. I. hereby Niece thago-. Tiy Notion I* hereby ahrn that Th. M.tnolin
being conducted by the Rev. property under the said Certlflc.u Issued lowing described real auu In the Countyof lor holder of But* and County T.. Cenifl, Company holder .. .iiine. ..I state and
wag In the name of Unknown Dade Rut of Hnrlll. to-wllt oat No. 11IU8 bled the let day of Ararat County Tax ('ertlfl,.'. Numbered Slog.
and Mrs. Geo. Q. CopUn. Union said, Certificate shall be redeemed Lot S. Rlk S TownilM Larliln. Th* team A. D IDII7 has fllrd earn In my office, Ith day of AturiKt, A.
according to law. the property described to b* cold are evidenced by Certificate N... ha. mad application for m tax deed to ka.111o::: said Certificate I In my ,f..I"d.: ::
CHURCH OF THE!: NAZARENE therein will b* std to the highest bl.I..Irr at 128.7 of im and represents taxes for the lulled thereon Said lertlflral. .mh .d// has made application for tax deed to .....
th. Court house door on the tint Monday Years into to into both lnclu.lv., amoninu the followlnc described' property. l I. t.......n In accordance. with law gale Irrilfleal .
In the month of April 1939 which It the Ing to Kl.IT. County D' ...d.. elate of FI..rld.. to.. I embrace the following dnenbcdn .
Homestead The Re*. W. J. Ird day of April IXIt Bald tax certificate Uwether with nil Lots 11-12. Ninth Bt. T.... flat, nook .pcrty. iltualed In Da.I* County: Morliln. t
Parker, pastor Sunday school at Dated this 'O'h day of February. 1089 subsequent omitted or levied taxes will h* P.k. *. In the County of Dade, state ..wit I
E. R LEATHFRMAN old to the hlBheit bidder nt the Court FMIa 1.// Lot S Block.
I. Plat of Town.lt of
1149: : a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Clerk of Circuit Court, House In M ami. on the tint day of March The aen.....nt ol amid property .. lirrllnt. a eJubdn. Plat Book 14. pare a,
and 7:30: p. m; N. Y. P. S. and D.d County. rkirlda 1190. bnilnnlnr. at the hour uf 10 clock the laid certificate blued wai In th* name I In tot County of I'..... Stan of lortda
(Circuit Court s..1I.) .. m.. or as soon thereafter ai the same oft Unknown The ....*....ot tf laid property uneVr
Juniors meeting at 8:30 p. m R/ N. C. sTERRcTT D. C. may be reached I. dam ....._. Unless laid .....111..at* shall be redeemedaccordini I he Certificate issued. wn In the mm of
Prayer meeting Wednesday wven- (Mar S. 10 17. ... II. 19191IS Dated .t MI.ml. Florida. this the 18'h to law. the property described' John Beott. Unleea, said Certificate .hall 7
day of February. IPan therein will b* mid t* the hliibnt bidder, I be redeemed areonlln to law t.. deed
Ing 7:30 p. m. THE COUNTY II'nr.K'R COURT 1N E. B. LFATHFRWAN at the Court boom door on the tint Monday 0111 I"- thereon 0" the nh day ot March,
AND FOR BADE: COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN Clerk ("I....." Court In the month of April KM which I. I,. D. 1011.
PI'Incelon-th. Rev. E. P. Cowen PROBATK N" .. lion.I. Did. County. Florid.. the Ird day of April IUJKOaUd Dated this lat day of February. A. D.
.. R" t:8TATII1': ( 'Circuit Court foal i this 16th day of rehr..ary. It3t. I lots
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 JANE i. TODD .11.. By JNO FEN HO. C C. R. R LFATHrKMAN: E. n. IFATNFRMAN: .
preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30 MRS lANE J TOOnNOTHE Dree-e.d. Published II II. 17. IOSHN fly N. C. irKRRKTT D. C. Clerk i.f Circuit Court
TO CREDITORH Clerk nf Circuit Court ate. Klorda
County
p. m Junior meeting at 6:30; young I To All Creditors and All 1'........ Having THE CIRCUIT fOl RT OF THE IITHJIllltlAI Tad County llorlda. I CI..olt Court amIIBy
people meeting at 8:30. Prayer n.I",. or Demand Against Slid Lauit: CIRCUIT( IN AND FOR j Circuit Court BeallWeb. N. C. aTFRRF:1T.: : D. c
Wednesday at 7:30 You and each of you era hereby notl DAKKKUNTY'' FLORIDA IN CHAN_ 11.14, March I.ilo, Feb I. 10. IT. 14 : Men I.
meeting : p. m. fled and required to prevent nnv .1.lm..nd CRY NON .
demands which you or either of you. may RFt
METHODIST EPISCOPAL. have ".'In.t the ....... of Jan J. Todd. APPLICATION O' FTrlEl COOPER
SOUTH allai !I... Jane J. Todd deceased lat. of DEAKIN
Hartford County. Cnnnectlc. u the Hon 1 TO REf OMit A mFF DEALER '/.6T tUxtwergo.
W. F. BI.n..... County Judas of Dade NOTU K OF APPLICATION TO IIF. rest ua
Ilome.tead-the Rev. J. J. Richards Cuon',. and file the Gorne 10 hi. offlee to COME! A FREE DEALER arc; na wos.A
Sunday school at B 45 the County Courthouse In Dad. Notice tt hereby" ilven that th. underlined ,
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pastor
Florida within eight calendar IntenU; to apply" ,to the Honirahle I "MT essay
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and from the' date of the Int 'cooot"j H. r" A'hl."n ..n. of the fudges uf theCircuit
7 30 Junior League at 2:30p. of Said claims or demand M :: : I Court of Dad C-Y. r lor ill. on ,
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p. Irral .dd.... of the claimant end the inh day of Mar.-h. 1979. for a license! |I
m.; Hi League at 8:30 p. m.; sworn to and presented .. aforesaid or lo Riinaxe lake ham of. control her pnr.rrmen.IM
Senior League at 6:30 some will b* birml See Section 110 or the I property and 1.M@ n fre dealer In wryreapect malls.
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p.
Inn Probate Act This notice .to published pcevioue: !
Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m Wednesday Date February:. :Gf'H's.i: I I ;to the making of laid petition u reuulrvd1. \ etomnMA
:>DD. I by lawFor I
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Mar S.-Morning sermon on

"The Mn Who Missed theMeetln.

.." another sermon on I t

the Ien Whom Jesus Made"; Baby ChicksAND ASyty

vested choir directed by Irving q qw.wn

Lyon. Evening: sermonon d toga
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"A Carpenter Talks About

Builders." a conversation of

Jesus about two men-one' a sue a,. I /.764 ,
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FEEDS OF ALL KINDSGO I Tats. TliTM, '$ l'
success, the other a failure. a rut

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Silver Palm Methodist Church p.WITH

-the Rev. J. E. Waller, pastor TO

Sunday school every Sunday at 10

PRAY'S FEED & SUPPLY CO. ).. 0 IDAwl" /

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Lady Attendant 100 clever drawings 150 pages of delightfully Interesting ttit
S. Flagler Ave Homestead, Fla. I Amusing, authentic concisely written. Complete with 2-colorwl

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I ; I Social Events r Crackers Ritz 0 Tomato Heinz



'1 Ketchup
))0 W. M. V. AT ALL DAY MEETING CIRCLE HOLDS FIRST Iff. pkg.
HAS HOME MISSION PROGRAM Of THREE STUDY: PERIODS 'I Ig.bottle
Th. W. M. U. held a day of
prayer Wednesday for home missions -I I W. M. U. Circle Two met with 21c 19c
under the leadership of Mrs. Mr. L. T. Proctor Tuesday afternoon -
W E. Lewis In the forenoon and and began the study of al
Mrs. S. L. West In the afternoon.A million book, "Helping Other to
covered dish luncheon was Be Christians," under the leadership -
served In the Sunday school build-1 of Mn. W. L. Rosamond.
|Two more meetings will be required Crisco Spry 57c
Ing.In the morning session Mrs. J.1 to finish the book, the or 31b. can
R. Dorsey spoke on mission work 1 members decided, and the first of
lit the mountains; Mrs. J. J. West,I these Is to be held Monday evening -
on work among Italian settlers;' at the home of Mri E. L. -"? GOLDEN RJPEStokelys
Mrs E. L. Lawrence on work Lawrence at 7:30: o'clock. BANANAS 3 Ibs ul4c
among the Chinese in Mississippi;1 The April meeting will be held'at ,
Mrs. Waters on missions In the home of Mrs. J. H. Olson.i FINESTAPRICOTS
New Mexico; and Mrs. W. B. My-i I Present were: Mrs. Olson, Mrs. YORK
rick on missions in Cuba. Mrs. J., J. C. Vann Mrs. J. R. ChambUsa.I "'
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Randolph Scott conducted the-de COOKING APPLES
Mrs. OerdaI
Mrs Emma Wright
No. '
2'/ can..._..17c
votional and Mrs. H. Collier made Freed, Mn. H. E. Redln, Mrs. Ora
a short Introductory talk. I Frazeur Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, Mrs.L. .
In the afternoon Mrs.*S. L. West B. Oanzey. Mrs. Proctor. and Miracle Whip Salad
sang a solo, "Give of Your Best to, Mn. Rosamond. Dressing 39c
the Master" and messages from,
home missions were given by Mrs.
I T. E. Kirby, Mn. A. D. Smith:I P. T. A. to Give Trees PINK t LB. CAN

Mrs Q. Sherard, Mrs. J. C. Vann I| And Croton CuttingsBaby 3 Iff. SALMON10c F
Mrs. E. C. Stanton Mrs. J. Tom ,
X01,001
Vann Mrs. J. R. Pope and Mrs 1i 4r C 5 Ibs.26c .
West Mrs. W. L. Rosamond gave LIBBY'S CAN
mahogany trees, grown by Cans20c
the devotional '
the agriculture classes of Ceo N. Corned
Present besides those who contributed Wakefield, vocational agriculture Beef 18c
I
to the program were: Mrs
teacher of Homestead High School, 1
Gordon Ivey Mrs. S. A. King, Mrs. IsaAOUtt o er
and cuttings of rare crotons given WHOLE GRAIN
J. p. Spenser Mn. Wadell Peeples,
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by Mrs. W. J. Krome will be
,. Mrs. Frank Irwin, Mrs. L. A. Wise, pre-
sented aa souvenirs by the RICE,5Ibs..1ge
Mrs S. H. Fitch, Mrs. C. H. Denby Home-I
stead P. T. A. to all
S Mrs: J. R. Chambliss, Mrs T. C.
A members who register I at the
Shackleford and Mn. T. D. Plche. P.: T A. booth In the second tent I MEAL
Circle At the Four close held a of business the meeting sessionat of the Fruit Festival on Saturday! or GRITS bulk 10 Ibs 25c
the official P. T. A. day.
J which Mrs. A. D. Smith pre
sided. Plans were made for the A regulation publicity scrapbook\ Gebhart's cARUEhkCARIHYaf
program of the monthly meeting will be given by the association to I CHASE 6 SANWAN HOUR s.I ..,.-
next week. the P. T. A. showing the largest -..__ lIb -S'QI.I COf\I'U(llil1I'Q&' .
: Those attending wen: Mrs. registration. PREMIUM Spiced Beans = .,..".
Fitch, Mr. Scott, Mr*. Shackle- U -.Ian rdfv' .
ford. Mrs. Plche Mrs. Smith and I I FLAKE No. 303 can 10e I4MD/tl11KFasss X17 ,

a visitor, Mrs. Slanton. CRACKERS pkg. rif+....-.Te6-f..si -. d' ,

SAM J

COZY DINERN. 1 15 Gebhart's I'I'i
Krome Ave. C
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a
Regular Meals ISo II Boo !!o Ib 25c
T-Booe Steak or Chicken s ONE POUND.., No. 303 can 19c :

Dinner boo The Laundry FreesMrs.

Short Orden. SandwichesSea Housewife Country Roll Butter
pound 32c
Food In Season
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Liberty I the w..hlr wuhlns.Iibertl -
Ie dew .he ..... with theme GoooeKraft's .
Wra. Folllard Proprietor ..... ..._... i. the .11..11. whom American or Brick h
M..,...Lad H.II.with II..11.n".k., her.rt.UinJrr....,rln.U 4/C Pkg. I
..,.._..,1.1. .... gratifying. CHEESE, 2 lb. box. ..

[InH.h I KEDLAND LAUNDRY DISTRICT I SELF RISING flOc l!

HOMESTEAD.-_.- PHONE-_II : 5 Ib. bag ........... .. .. .. 19c

FlourBALLOON 10 lb. bag ...................... ......... 31c

HARRY'S WELDING SHOP 20 lb. bag ....................... ...... 59c cans



Portable Eleetrle and PRINCETON.Acetylene Welding FlA. M Cylinder Blocks, "4 lb Pkg. 44c 13

Cylinder Heads. Alamlsnun CMtlnis cod Boilers 17cCloverbloom

Automotive Mtcktae Rep lrln'-Catering to antes In main : .
bearing pouring and aliened reaming, connecting rod pouring '
and boring and cylinder borlnf. .Meat Items.
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EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEEDG. "'''''''''".........""...""'......"......"'........."..."',,......""..."..............."......"...
I SHIPPED EGGS
Pork Shoulder 131IANHOHALF--LB. ::17

Doz. u .._ 28c

01 GOLD COINBreakfast.

Bacon SUCCO-LB. 31c 2 cans



PEANUT HAMS SEES ... 25c hw pANT,; 33c


J White Bacon Plates, lb. uu 121/


R. OLDENDORF & CO. Lamb Shoulders IUU O 1V1IOU15c 20 lb.bag.


WESTERN

PLUMBING SUPPLIES CHUCK ROAST, lb. .. . . 25c
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a I a .: s.I I.,* aS, t4Ik I .. ........ U.ks,,,,. _..,_._ : si I Lot t. 5 11It .._.- : 5 ::';:--'---: mI'; ut to 'I=i ......" ;Ii .. I:;: Lot Lot B D,, Hlork Hl\ k .tIM ----.1.: :::: j? .. 1

Iaas ,, It Lot LM: |4. ll.a.si .- : -''i Li I1***'*.i L_.._......_.. 8 t= ... .!". ............".. ......, ,,)1 'Lye 1M A. III..., S "I..w5. ., .., >>
b1 I Lot I, Rlork 11LM .. .. ... U5N '. -' "" .. ... ,. .tYik.ss 1.10 Lit C. III..k I. s5a.s" c_ f. ....
I:: tJks.t .,._.... .,_.,.. __ s_._.......... ass I Blork 11 ::: : ::::::::::==.U..ksa :::::::::. :: '.: :::::::::: : :: ass sa -: : ... IIks..t, '' N 5: ; D: Block 10Hlock : '. =
I SR ..... ,.....* a rn HI .... :: .: .;;. = ; : : : Unknowi :. : : :::: ::: ::: : II W ass ft. il'1i-"I" ;, C*: >. :: I.
a is I..t it, atkk I .. . tjskwt ,..... ( ........... ..... ...... 51 :::::.:. ... .. ... : : ,Unknowi8UN8HIME ,, ".. ... ... 575 ... i
a it t.t I. Bl'k I ..... .... ,,....._, ,. ... .... ........... ... ..... .... : PARK ? ::nIr.I tl .. Unknown ., ::.::::.. _._.:::: :
S Ii It,4 a tJnks"t ............. a ............. ... ... .. ... ; III .... Unknowi 5.55 : ::: II1x4 Uriinolrn : ___... :
I sa a.i iik a Usks't Usks.n ..........,,...._._ .. .. .. 5 f ... ......... ... .. Unknowi I I.sa: C. SOliD IILM l Unknown ........"............".... :!
a is l.st I..4 .. tI.sk a .. .. ...... a .. ... .. ...... .. Unknowi :I.:: D, Illork:: IIIM '-J llnknoirn! : ::..._::=:=:::::: ,3
Hh'k a ... ... ... _
I St jliRIII ..... ... ; .Unknowi I A III irk II ps5Ns
I sa I.M BI.k a .. .. ... ...... Uk'"t .. ..............,........ _.__. ......... 1.llll,. filii _. .. .... .... .. l Unknown ; ......... .... 'Ist .,.& R. Hlork II .,.. .. tlnknown. ,. _......1T",. .". : =
a us i.t IU.sk a ... tJsks'ft .. ... ,.,.,,,. .... .. ..... ..... 11lt'......... .. .. .. Unknown .. .. ...... ....... ... ..... I..M 1.<" T I, HI..irk. II1x4 _. Unknown .. ."... .. .._.. ::
Lt -- .. .. ....... .... ... .. S
a i Itk.k ..... ...... ... I : Unknown D. III. IIx4 ." -"
Uskst ...............,..... ,,*... //.1 Unknown ..
I.4 Iih.sk ..,..... .. .. _
Iii ...... .......,..,,.... ......... I .. Unknown A. Illork 14x4 '
I 6* 1.t it, I4Ik tJks.n -- ... ... .. ......... .. .. II Hlork 14x4 .. :. Unknown .:
,,,, ... ........... ....... ... Unknown '
its Ilkdi .... .... ..........-...... .. . .. I : Unknown .... .. ..... .,.. .. ._..... ai I <\{ Illork 14x4 Unknown >:..:;2i[:. .. :. Ii
I U i..t Ii, ttkh Uskt I II, Block .... ........ ....... .. ..,, : Unknown1x4 I I II Hlock: 14x4 : Unknown .. .: "
..... ....................... ......... sa Lot I
I ii Lt II, SI.k ,. .. ... .. ..... ..,.-............ a LM It. Blork ..........-........... .... ,. .... .. II "' 5.55 54. IlIh tJsks :. ............... ... ... M'" .. .. .. t.i5 sao.s Unknown .,
I a.ia 53 '. I..t 11, 131.k tThksn .. ..... .....,........ .,,-.*...'..' I Es 55. 1x4 Lot II tl.. Hlock Hlock .... ... ....... .... .... 11 ........ .;: IM 14 II, Hlrk Hlork I I Unknown1x4 Unknown ,: I I I :: I..I g; 55I'k: :: Unknown: :' ...::;::::: .': '"


gr ,, :' !: !Un!: .J ...... .,: m::: ::::::.::....:::=:::: =..;::::, I I..5 55 Cot Llit I 1x4 as.17 t5., Block Hlork Block IIHORVKN1H ............................................... ....-........ Thsmu : : ,! 1x4 Lot IM IT in 1*.,, Illork Blork Bloxk 1 I 1 1 :,,:..:.::::::<: ':. ... ........-. ..-.........Unknown1x4 Unknown Unknown : .. ;:: :: ;J Ja'i .: :u: ,I.rlKRIIR.4 t II, III. OK ick II 111.1 K 11, I.. It,. I U, OP...TATUM..Unknown U. no.MII.,>CrDALC"ADDmON. .. I '".


lit ADDITION .. .. .. ... .. I I'AI.S51! ADDITION
a 25 : I a I"ss LM I. Hlork 1LM .. .. .a.... ID II., Hlrk 11I..k.. I ,,, Unknown UnknownIxit I: :: ::14 I. III.irk I Unkn..st .... --..--..,. ,,,. .
4 07 .. .. .. .. .. .. a I.'t t I* .-k I .. .
Rlork 1 Unknown1x4 '
4 III irk I
a it a sa ... ""7 Wl ." !': I 5..I I lll.:,-k 1! : ;m:: :: : I'
I 55 Lot I Blork 1LM II', Blink I .. Unknown1x4 I : :: = : :::'
a it i t. Blork I .. .5 .UnknownIII .. .. I I..44 IaIk I .. .... .::. .
a it IUII.d.illlll! : : I a at ss Lot in, Hlork 1LM ... =_:: I ,irk 05.. Hlork r : H, I of N. lira' it of ai, l"' l It.. Unknown .. :: ,"n I.4 I, HI.irk I ........__..Utbs..ws .. ...__...... .
a it ... .. ..... I..a I III K-k 1 VU.w.s ..
Hlork 1LM UnknownIllork '
a t a a ss as II 12. Rlork 1LM : I'D I0I.ik4.W 4. H. too I.sIN.tUUft.sIS.2tUft.ft OrrnntottIII ._ ..."...... i :: !1.4 T: HI!:H-k !I Us5sat : : :::= ::::::=...: : Iii
a ii a sa ta. Hlock 1LM ..,. .I&llj .... .. a k 4. H III.I ft of N. III.t ft. OrfnnrdwIII ... ............. I't t HI.> k I ... tIs.kss, : .
.. ... .......... .. ... _... _
a is a ss 14. Hlork 1 1LM ; ... & ,irk 4 H 5 Vu of N. too fu .. .. Unknown sit I I..4 t HI irk 1 tI..k..a "
a is a ss IT, Hlock, ILM = .. 5 5 1x4 I. iIIi.k I .............. ..... ... ... .. Unknown _.. ... ... .... .. ..... I 11 0, IIsks..s ...... ..., !I
a as 1*, Rlork 1 ..... .. ,, 1x4 4, Hlork t ...... .. ..... .. Unknown ... .. ... .. ... ..... a II .. Usksisss __,. ...... '
a.ss Lot U. Rlork 1LM .. ... .. .. .... '. I, Hlork I .. Unknownx4 ... .... .. .... ...... It, .IIsIsa ...,_.. :
$ a ss 10. Hlork I ILM -. .. ;..... ot t. Hlork I .... .. .... .. .. Unknown' ..... .. ... .... ..... I t, III Vshssa ....,.. 55
._..... *.. a 55 at. Rlork I ... ... .... :.. .. ... I.is, Hlork t .. .. ....... .. ... Unknown .... .. .. .... ...... I, HI tIsks,. .. ,,_. .
$ Is Lot II Block 1 ... .... .. 5 1x4 I, Block I ... .... .. .. . ... Unknown .. .... .. ... ...... In I, HI lj' SIskurns,, ......... 'i!. .
... 45 LM II Hlork. tLM ........ ..._.....__.. ... .... Unkn..n .. .. ,t4 t Illrtrk I .. ... ... .. .. Unknown .. ... .. .... .... a 4. HI --. '.. ..IIs5sass ....,.... J
I, Hlork' tLM Usks.s .. .. Unknown .. .. ... .. .. .. I. .. IIshs..ss, .
: :: 1:: I. Hlork: ILM : :::' :..::':, ::::.:::.:....... :::: : : :: S a..t x4 II 10,, Hlrk Hlork I t Unknown ... ; I. IIsk..s .. ,

IIi lrlf.n IIII-11 I .Blork tLM .. tJsks.n . .. .. ...... ... I T, II.kSsm .,, ... ..
: : :: 1:: 4: Blork: tLM ',:: ::', .::. :::::::::::, : Unks: : :",:..:: :: .. ::. 0 ..xl U II, ttIi.k Hlork I t .. Unknown Unknown a I. 511 .. lIsk,,.. .,. ..,_. ,

.. .. u I. III..... t ....... ....... .. .... .. Unkn..n Lot ut 14, Hlork t Unknown a is ,S'S I. III"irk t ".,_ ., ..-. I
..... Lot I. Hlork tLM .. .. .. ... tJskssi U, Hlork I .. .. ..... ... Unknown .. ... .,. ., .. .... II),
U4
: :: : t, Hlork\: : tLM : : :..: .::::: ::: ::: ... :.:.... : ..... til. Hlrk, I ....... .. .. .....Unknown . .. a II, .
. 55 I, Rlork t .. . .. ...... Unkn..n ....... ... a.t 14, Hlork I ... .. .... llnkmwn ..... ...... 11, .
(' LM t. Block t .. .. ..... .. .. ... It III,irk I ... ... ,... .. Unknown .. .. ... ... .... .._...: S. .
: LM in. Hlock I _.. .". .... : :.. is Ixit,1 II Rlock t ......... ... . .... ..Unknown1x4 ... . _.... ........ ft. ,; _' as
......... LM II, Hlork ILM :...;.. ..: : '. .. : :; lg : .. ( SI 17, Hl.uk. I .. ..,.... .. ..,... .. ., ... Unknown ... .. ._ .. ..*.. Ii 1 5, (lt : : :=iIIIFil'-; : I
4 l7 Lt IS, Bhk S .. .... tJk.s' .....t............'"..."..". ............ II:!! 14, Rlork, IUt .:; ? ....; 1Ji; i .. ....r ..' .. 1x4 t>, Block I ..... .. .. .. .. Unknown .. .,. .. ... ... .. .... .. 7, .
4 07 I L.a $7, Nh'k I ..... ... .... ,,.,,. -....-.. II, Rlock tLM .:. S 1x4 Ii. III,ick t .. .. ....... .. ... ..... Unknown ...... .._ ... ....,..... I. _
4 57 as. ttisk .. ............... ........ II, Rlork ILM . ... .. 1x4 lu, Hlock 1 .. ... ..... .. .... ... ... Unknown -. .... .... ... .. t.
4 01 I.'t ta S .. tJ..k"t ...... ass IT, BI..k. ._. .. ."... ..._........._.... t..k.s .. .. St 1x4 II, Hlock t ....... ...... .... ......... .. .. Unknown .. ..... ., .. .. 10, .
.t.tao, 5Isk I . ...-- .. ....... ........ -.. ..... ias 1x4 1 1M. Blork .. .. ... ,..__....._.__..,,.tJsk..t .. at 1x4 II, Blwk I .......,.... .. ... .. t nknownLM .. .. .. ...,.. ...... I II I, .. ..
S Si L.* ii. 5I.k I Usk.t. ........ a as Lot l>. Hh,.. I .. .... .. ....._........... Unkn..n ..... S II, Rtaok I .._._.... ,_..__. .. .. .. .UnknownIM ..... .. ..- SI 'M""sa, .-. L IISksiSN ... .- If
I 70 ii, 0Ik i .. .... .. ..........,,...... ,. ..... Lot at. .. .Unkn 14, Hlork I .._.. ..._. __. .. .. Unknown .,,. ... .... ..,.._..,. ,.... S.'A 5II.'k .. ... .,. .,_....- -. -
S 70 It at. Ithh a .... (.h. T Hi.s.'s'l or'.P ...............-.-.. -..-. ...... :m LM I. :..::,kk. .. .... : :,:....::..=::.::::::: _.. W. D. Him* .: ... 5! S 1x411. Hlock I ___.... _.. .... .... UnknownUt ..__ .... _. .._,... .,.... 1.4 I. Illork '_ = _. .._ -_.- .- .--
IS 47 L4 a. Bkk 4 .' A. H. ..... ... .. a II Lot.. Hlock t ... ..._ _. .._,............ W. D. Hirn. .... .. I_Si III. Block I _._- -__.-... ..-... Unknowi .. ......._........... .;: I.'t I. Hlork L ; : m mE ..::: .-' .'.
S is I..a 4, HI,, 4 ... ., ........ .... .... Lot ,. Rlork tLM ... ..... .... .._...__._..._...., Unknown ..... .... Ns i.-.i IM 4. Blork : ... : :.. .:' 'I Ii
at. ? LtS, atI..k 4 .. .. .. .. *. '. ass I. Blork. I ...._ .....""......._.._.... ......_..Unkn..n ..,.. .. ... .. .. . .. S TATUM l I ADDITION _.. .... ... J, H. I'itIsff ....._.. .. ....... _.... 1x4 t, Hlork .:: ..,._.._ ...-. -
Ii Si L.A 7 Jtkk 4 .. -'--- "- a si Ut t. Blork. t ....... ... ,. .... Unk... .._._. .. .. ... .. ut Lot I -ZZHL.L.Zr.. _.... -.. 1 H. i'iahIf, .. ......... ..... ... I 14 1x4 t. Hlork 4 _,........ Sjtkssss .. --. .. -.
a it t..* a, aikk 4a LM It. Block I ,," tJ.kst .._ __ ..._,. .... _.-__W H, Ss'.S .. ... .... .. .--... .... IT II I..4 ,. sa.' ..k S _' ... ,- __u.,..... -.-..' .. II
as L.t II, sk'.k 4 Uktaa ..... ........... ...... .... : :: I Lot:: II, Rlork IUt .:::..:. :: :. :: :::: .::: :::: tIska :::::: :: : : .: :..: .: : IM I ..... ._-. -_. .--,- .._.._.. i_ H. I'iahifl I I SaI.a': 5 Il.k..s ------- .
is I..t It. Hl.k 4 .. ... tJks.N ..... -- a as 11. Blork I .. ......... ... .... ... .... .. tjsks.,.,. ..... ..._... .. .. .. Ut Lot T 4 .._.. .__. .. .?.. ..__ Unknown .. .. .. .. .- : : 1x4 t: Hlork 41x4 : ... ., .. -_ :. ... :.. I:
a as L.A it, ik 4 .... Uk'5 ..,....................... '....'..' a 55 Ut .II. Hlork. I ._.._ __,_Unkno.. .. S S Ut t ...___..._. .-...-. .... ... .... .-. .- Unknown .. .. .. .. .. ...... ... S II I". Bl.ick IIM tVsh.s..s -.---- -. I.
a is l.t at. Kksk 4 .. .. a II 1.<" 14. Hlork I .. ....... ..... .. tJska... .. ., .. .... ... .. -_ ___ _. .. Unknown .. ..... IS U, Hlork: : 41x4 ,.. .. .. U.k.... ... -
a is L.A it, HIk '4 ....... ...... ...... ... ... .. U.k.fl ,..... .. --.-..-.... a si LM II, Rlock ILM .. .. .. .. _. ._....... Lskss! .... ... lott Ut 10 .... ..,_._.. i ?.. __-,...,.,....-.,.Unknown .. ... .. .... ,..-. ... : :IS :: Hlnrk 4THK :: .tJshSSWU __, '::: '. .
4 07 L.* is, Itik 1 .._ -. ..... ... si Rlork I1x4 .... .. U.hs.n ..._. _. .. .. .._ 5 .. .... .... 5 : TOWfRIIIM
a .. ,_ __ tIsk..sa..t
.. l Is. _
4 07 t.,,. a?. I3h'k 4 .. ... ... ... ..... ... .. ... .. .. ,,-. .... .. -....-... -.. -. .. ...... a sa IT, Rlork ILM . ... .. . .. IJskta .. .. .. ..... .... -. I..4 I S 5 S _. -- tIsks.5 .... ... _,. _._...... .. lasta Lit I .. ... _... _.., "Oo. ._ .". ysI.a.. .. .... ::1 ::
4.07 L.A ill. Sh.k I ........ .. ....... .. .. .. .. ..... -.. -. .. .. a at 1*. Blork ILM ... ..... ..-. .. Usks..st. ... .. .,..... .. ... . IM II _,, ,.ZT'.."._._'In'Z'-.'._,."_-._". ._ .- UnknownUt .... ...,.,,. : -'
.... ii :
S 77 I.A S. Itk. 4 .. ..... .. .. .-... ... .... a si It, Rlork IUt .. .. .. ... .. .. U.k.su .._..... -...... .. .. II .... ._ _..,.....,....,.....___._. Unknown .. .... ... .. .. .. .- k ;-_
I. at, aik .. ........... .- V.k.N --'-- -- . .. .._ .. .. .. .. 55 .. .. .. .. ..,_,, ... It .: ... .. Uft..ss ...__ .. ---- '
4 07 ... .. ................ ... IJkS ........_.... ...... ...... a as to Rlork ILM ... .... Ut 14 ... -... nknown = i ;
4 07 I, atI'E a ..... .. .. .. ... .... ass 11, Rlork ILM .. .... .. .. .. U.ks..s ... .... ...... .. ... L..sa7......... .... ,,, ,, -_-. .. __ Unknown .. .. ... .. ..., .... ..,.._.- .. i' : L IL .: 1
: :
4 51 5.1 L.A I, aaI.'k I .. ... .-.. ... Ia is II Blork I1x4 .. .. ..... ... ..___ Uskss .. -.... .. -_ .. L.A 55 .. ...._- ...... ..-.......-.. .. .-..-...... ...... tI..k.ss .. ..-. ..... .. ; .' : : '
I 24 L.A S. Stkk a ... ...... .. -..-.....-. ...... -. -- 51,1. Hkk... ...... .... a sa 11 Rlork ILM .. .... ....-.--........ .. Ushs.,.. .. ... .... .. ..... I 55 II ..". ...... ..,_.__. __- .. ... uriknown .. __. .. ... .. ...... L'S .. : : .. .- USMN.s ..___ r'
... IM ;
h.I t..t 4, aHk a ....... .. -- --- ,, ... .._ .,. ... .. .. ,s IIIB .. ... 1i .. ..
a a. ... _._ .... a ss 14, Hlork ILM .. .... .... .. .... ....- ITsks 10 .. _. .... ... __ Unknown .. ... ._._ ....... 55 LIsksS ---
au t.M 5, ItkS i ... .. .. .. .... .. .. ... _.. I 54 t. Rlork 4LM ...... .rn_ .. L'h..a .. . las Lii Lot St ', '.- ,.._"... ...,.,.......,._.Vsk..s. _. .. ...,. ,.... .,. ... ... ..... afi I.ias .- ... .. .. -_ Unh_. -.--- U
as a.M a, .... .. a ss 4. Rlock 4 ... __ ,,.___..... Osis.... .. .. ,. ."Z",_**.*"_,.'.".".""n ..MM". .... .... Unknown ..._.._... .. ... .. .... 55 1.s IS .. ... U.S.... I
as a..t ,. .. ,, ...._ ass Ut I. Blork 4 .. ... .. IJsks.n . 57 5 III -m *, Unknown .........._ ...- .. ... ._.... .... a si ii1x4 .. .. ....... ..... ,. U.S.a.. ..--.---. -. StN
. ...... _... ... .. .. .. a.,4 I II ? ? r-- ? ... .. .. .. .
is t..4 a ., a sa 1x4 t. Block 41x4 ...... ........ -..--... IJ.ks.s .. Unknown .. _.... 17 .. tltks"sS --- -- -
ii i.. a. ,.... ,,_,,._ a ss I. Block 4 .. .. ... ... .... -.-.-. .. ... las 55 j ..__. .i .i.-- -. ..-..- -Unknown ....___ .... ... .. ..._. I.i555 ., ... _. - -- U.s.ss-----------
a. )' I..S to.ii- .. .. .. .. i I ...,,.....,.. J1I' a ss 1x4 t. Blork 4LM .. .. .. .. .... ....__-. (Tsk.s _.. ... .. 5_ 5,05 5.it as ,.. .. -..-_. ..____,_ _-...-.....-,. .--.. Unknown ... ._.. ... .. .,.._.-*... IM tl .._ .__, Utks.Ss -.*.- SIs
as as II. .. . .,.... ..._... ,. a se 10. Illork I ... .. ........ .-..-.-. Usks.s. ..,..... .___ .. ... .... .. s_ a.4 IT ...... ., ........... ........ .-..'... ... -.. Unknown ..-.. _.. .. _.. .........._. JANS Ii. TOWL* AUDITION Is
as a.s Ia. .. ......,. ... ass LM II. Hlork ILM .. ... .. ...._...._. UsNs. ._... ..., t __ _.._ .. ._. _.. -- u -
a. Is 15. .' .... 154 II. Block 4 .._ .. ........_......,,._...._... I1skss. _.,... .. ... s_ IM a.Ata II ._ -_- Usksiss .... ........ ..- .. -.. .._._. ... :: ti-: ... : .... _.
as o it at. .. .. a 55 1x4 II. Blork 4 ... ..._ ................__.... _._ U.ks.t.. ._.........__... ,_. ..... _. ..... sIs ._ a LM II _, Unknown) SNas
.. I.... IIlook I 7iksu --- .. ._ .. Lot 411 .. ... .. .... ... _, ,,,, ..5I.k.... .. .....
II. ,......,...,__ a ss LM S 5. Block I ._.__,.......... (Jsk. : : 41IM =:=-t=:.....:: Lot II -
a.s = .. .. .. ,. .. .... ---..-- a 51 LM M. Blork I ..... __ ._.,.._.__....__ ....__. ...... .- ... .. .. ... IM 41 ., ._. __. _tlsk..s. .... ..,., .. ..... I Is It '- __.__ SJ.kN.S ,_ .. ...-. .. 551S
: ;: j : 1 l. j 1 _.. .,,,.____ -- .. .: a as LM II. Block I .-. ..... .._.__...__..._._ II.ks., ......,..... .. 51 A..isr r r>rtllln Work 5tI5 : Ns.M 5550.515.- __ IJISas
;
m. a.s : .. ... ... .. -'-.-. 4 5* 5.005 51 --- ---- ..... .. .. Vsk..s .. ..___... .... ... .. .,.,_, 5iS II ... --- - --- ._ M*. MIssOs Is.51S .-.... 555
a..4 :: -- ... ,..,._,. ,,,,. .. ... SM
... ............, .. 4 .... ... .. ._ __ tIMs..ss 1.515
S ........ .... .. .. .. .. Unk.. -- ----- -- -- .. H S .__ psaIsaIL'At'S
: N. Y'.SSN.
407 1M I. ISS.k I ... ... .... . .... .aIsh.., _. ._ ._. ... ....,.,.. .,. 5 I : : .__
'f' ...... .. I ... aRI L.A 55 *" ... .... .... .. ........ .... .. .
... ... .. .. I _.,. _... ... sal .".. _"-.._-.._.._._.. .... ... ...-T- Usk.ss B.iir_. .... Sas 5 1 .. ... _-_-.. .-. _--_'---.. : i :
._ .. . I .. .._.,_, ...... 5 I..4 15 -- -.- .. .. .. UsDs.sa ..---rn.. -. ..
I ;' _.... I ._._.._._.... ._ IU ..._. .._.-. ..,____. .......-._tlsks.t.Ilsht..s. _. .. -.... -- : : .... -:':.. .: IIN..s ,.
t ._ ... ....__ I : .. ...__._ .. ; I 55 Lii 54 _. H.llIM _. 515 L.A 57 .. .. Vsksis.------.. s
t A ;. .... .. .... .. jlllll I .. IJI ,_ I sa '- -' ---'- T Ta.>_, a.li, ___ _. Its 1.415 .:. : .... u...,. __..... ...-
......... .. .. __., ,___... I U -"-' --'--' .... ...... _
Jlli JII I .. .. As's..P Y.st. W.sk. .. .,, .. ,, ,.... ass I.4N .... .. .. 1r-: '
II.J : .. ...-... .--. .. I ...._ .. _ .. I U ---'--'- ._ -. ._..__. ; _.:= =
.... .. I ..,...... .-._ *._.__ 155 IIIM Tl .. .tIssa 5sII.V ... .. ... .. : : L : -- -' --.. : ::: P-JsG.N.r
.. ... ..... "
I I sa -' "---S- .__. .. _. .. _... 'SR0NO 51V.IGHTS ADDSTIONa
ItIM ... ............ hs.t 155
.. ....._ _..., I sa Lot ....._._ .
.. ....... I t. ,._ I 55 tl -.- DDITION.----U.k...... ....-..- ... .-....-...-- .as -. ..-..-.- -..-- -- :z: = : =: ::-- : Ia .u

t _. ... ._. 5:1 44 TATUM, aND _.. .. .. tI.kss .. 'a 1.5 ::. "..., ::-::: ::=:-. ..... .. VsM..a _,,,. .
ass .... It sit. t1x4 Vnh... a 114 / .Lot... .I.. Nk5 5aI.k". I S U.k..... ass l.a's ._ -..* __ v. .s :.= _::.::.:.:::_ :; i ;
LA ,. .Hkk 7 Unh.- ... a aa I.. .
a Btack. I U.k .... I.5 -- -
a ,u." .... I. .st'. ..k 7 U.k..... ass se .... II as. Block. t1x4 .U"..,. S Sa I I" LM a. Rtark. I U"k..... 5.55: : : ;. g:==: : : .. Ca
I 5 I... t. .KM.k. Unk_ as IT. ...... t ..tIsk..s aass 1 I" .IM t, Htark I U.k.U.k.... :: .... .k::_. -== .- : .tt
a ,I I... II. lI..k. U.k_ Rtark" tLM U.._.. S Sa I" IM 1. Btark t _.. - ;
LM -
in.
U .k asa &::::: : .57ssa
Lot I Htark I tL = ..::
0 ) U. : Rtark. tUt .Usk.... 1 s
: ::: 55 It .
I: === J "f.. Btark I .U.k sq
: ...
Usk.a
0 It. SM ... Btark I .U..k. U.k.... 515 .... Is ,,,
I I tS I', lI..k. S .U.k_ ass .... II. Btark. tLM .V.k..s Sais. I .1 Ul I*. Rtark U.k..... a .1 L'S II _, Vsk..ss ,
_
.... .t, .....k .U.k tI.,5s a I, 44 L4 U. Btark 1 ...
t : .. ..v.k_ tt Block I 0. I L 1Htark. L .k..... 'JI LIa U.h. _
I .. ,I. .. ':. .Ith..k...,_, .U.k_ I : j LM II 14. >Btark:ta k tUt I ._ =: a. .... iI. Ktaci I .Vu_.. W Las .ta 0isws. .



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C-Pajre Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRIRE March 3 1939 .



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