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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00087294:00266
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXVIII--NO. 7 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, W4U! PRICE FIVE CENTS
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p festival I Building to Be Ready







;; For 1940 Booths Next, Monday








I "3 Hospital Benefits Slated!,AD CAMPAIGN TO STARTASMANAGEMENTDECLARES



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BALL* FISH FRY Rotarians to Sponsor Aviation Club

To Boost Flying as Youth Hobby

-thing FREEZE NOT BIG HANDICAP

AUTO GIFT TO Sponsorship of aft aviation club that the youthful population ] -

as one means of providing hobby ai a whole would be Interested
in, he said
recreations for the young men of 'Flying provides a recreationthat TilE WEATHER ]Most of Exhibit; Space in

BUY FIXTURESBird Homestead whose school days ere is worth while," Mr. Rue said. D'n..1 _tho, ......t tI M. .Iotw.1 New Structure
behind them will be undertaken "Last summer there were 15 or 1:.__, Bt.IM.... x.s. .... rlurld.I .. .

by the Homestead Rotary Club It :20 young men that flew almost Data -I|Ma*.I -i I I Bar j Hula Reserved
was decided at a meeting of the daily at our local field and there j 111.1 i t
Substitutes Gift for] club Wednesday should be more engaged In the FebTlB"7lT* 50-JO.101 l-- IRElnm LIST TO HE

Iron Lung on Adviceof The decision followed a roundtable SPOI'!. They have fun out there.Once Feb. 10 83 I 69 ,U71| PRINTED> NEXT WEEK
in a while they engage in Feb. 11 _.. ._ 70 i 90 I | 0.19
discussion led by Rotarian
Dr. Smith 'bombing' contest, that Is, fly Feb.'11 ..__._i 75 |144 ;,30.121 Animal
Geo. N. Wakefield. The idea of Shows
over the field and drop sack of Feb. 1) _. 84 1 13 '3002( "Jitn'y"I I
furthering the Interest In aviation
ENTIRE CITY BLOCK flour at targets on the ground Feb. It 701' 83 I Dance Among
DONATED BY REDD among the local youth was sug- Mr. Rue said many youth are Feb. 13 38 30.UJ tainment Features I
gested by Frank B Rue. Aviation .
spending their sparer time in
I It the "coning thing" and some pursuits
Festival Patrons Expectedto because detrimental nothing more to their advantageous welfare WILCOXTLEAOFCIT.Y The Rcdland District Fruit F. ,- ,
tlval. scheduled to F.'l l" 28
Swell Fund for has been ottered them. open
Equipment DISASTER LOANREQUESTS Charles H. Stefan! president of, APPROVEDBY I In Its new permanent building. will J Jbe

tbt ciuG.id-liswwUl..,point a amply '.tock d with all tin \1
"A i;: ii' ;:country; club Feb. HERE committee to further the aviation OUSTER various fruits of the district! ', a< +,
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club plans U. cording to an announcement "f E
t 24, gigantic fish to which
a fry Other Ideas brought out for the H. Gallaher, manager of tic tic
the entire county will be Invited TOTAL $67,500 welfare of the local youth Included To suggestions that the recent .,
March 3, and a contest in which a church basketball league, Homestead entire plan for set freeze might have cut down' thr ,

a 1940( Pontiac automobile will be suggested by Roy Chandler, and tlement of its bonded Indebtednesshas quality and quantity of the fruit ;
Applications for loans totaling construction of shuffleboard courts I' been approved by Frank E. and vegetable I exhibits, Mr Cul-
given away are among the events j
approximately $87,500 have been and other recreational facilities, laher replied that he made a complete
Bryant, special master appointed
planned to raise funds to purchase filed with the Homestead office of suggested by Ted Bleler re-sur\'ev: of festival exhibit }
by Judge John W. Holland of the
equipment for the new hospital.The the disaster loan corporation by Three Homestead Boy Scouts, United States District Court for sources after the freeze and hus
automobile will be donatedby Jack Harris, John Little and Jack been assured that a sufficient
farmers whose were ruined the southern district of Florida.
Preston B. Bird. Originally, he crops I II Rucker presented a program preceding supply will be available
had planned to present an iron I by the recent freeze, according to: the round-table discus- to hear the City of Homestead'spetition With two-thirds of Its spare
filed under the Wilcox
lung to the hospital as a memorialto G. P. Luce, agent in charge of lion, They repeated the scout oath already reserved by exhibllon. the
his son, Preston B. Bird, Jr.,I I the office. I and scout law and then gave a bankruptcy act new festival building whit is
This Information obtained
who died of infantile paralysis last I Fifty farmers made applicationsand first aid demonstration. was now nearing completion, will be
yesterday from the office of -Mr
summer. He changed his plan the average amount sought thrown open Monday night for
when it was pointed out by Dr. ,was $lWO: Mr. Luce said. The Bryant, a Miami attorney. The the Installation of booths, Mr Gal-
J. A. Smith, father of the hospital office Is located in Legion Hall GROWERS PLAY next mendation procedure from will the be a recom'l laher said.

project, that probable infrequencyof and was opened Feb 8. Its tele- The advertising and publicity
ter to Judge Holland that Homestead's I
the need of an iron lung in a phone number is 500. PONCE DE LEON campaign foq the festival will get
be and In
petition granted
community as small as this would The corporation, Mr, Luce said I under way next week Radio its
accordance with usual custom the
make the gilt impractical as it will lend $150 to $2,500, and the tion WIOD will broadcast programs -
might"become obsolete before even loans are to be secured by first MONDAY NIGHT judge will in all probability follow I'' from the festival building
the recommendation of the
being used. In an emergency an mortgages. The amounts are nightly
(Continued on Page Twelve limited to the damage sustained I testimony.This attorney he. appointed to take the The premium list of the fc livid

The Growers of Homestead High means that Homestead'sbond Ii. being printed and will be ready

School will play two home games refunding plan which hat
Health Unit for Dade
Long Sought I The premium list will be found
and one away-from-home fame been In operation since 1937 will
County to Start Operation April 1 before the final curtain li rung let the stamp of approil of t nn Inside pages o( this Issue
Federal court, and the e :p
down on their J838-40 basketball ally small minority of bondh' for distribution soon The list Includes

A health unit for Dade county, One of the principal functionsof season. Monday night they will ers who failed to sign the refun hundreds of entries Cattle
long advocated by civic organizations health units is to keep a recordof go to Miami to play Ponce de .ng agreement will be requ. id I Ito have been excluded from the list.
and clubs of Homestead and all cases of disease, whether Leon High School. On their own [ ; abide by the action of the norlty. Besides cash awards, silver lovIng -
the Redland District, soon will become serious or trivial, and thus be able floor they will plar Delray Beach Any dissenting bondhol. I cups will be awarded winners
a reality as I result of action to make comprehensible plans for High School Tuesday night and :will have to go Into a higher fed -. a number of tilt classes Latest
taken recently by the Dade eradication. They are educational (Continued on Page Tlve oral court end successfully show 'onations of cups have been reelved -
County board of commissioners. institutions that teach the doc- that the decision 'of the Un: 'o > from the Miami Jockey
The commissioners voted to trine of health. Bees Take PossessionOf States district court should bf jj and a group of Homestead

budget $7,500 for the creation of The rapid growth of the rural reversed. (Continued on Page Twelve)
the unit for the remainder of the area of the county makes sanitary Candy at 5 and 10, .

fiscal year beginning April 1 and precautions especially neces- But Flee Smudges .
Run in Assininc Ball Game
Only
the state has agreed to furnish I sary, it was pointed out. Not only -
a similar amount. I must construction be supervised Bees'U be bees! I
Made by Lion Torbert "Mae West"
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Details of the unlt's 'work will' so that It will be safe and health- A flock of them took posses on
be enumerated in a contract between -I ful, but sanitary facilitl" must be sion of the candy counter in _
the commission and Dr. provided. Tourist camps and the McCrory store and had Salaam and some of those other Tuesday and Wednesday night
B. McCreary. state health J'I trailer parks add to the hazard of things pretty much their own ancient ahorlties on jackasses the Redland District Lions Club
to be drawn up soon, it was -"iltrj and spread disease when way for more than an hour put on donkey baseball ,.mel.
have turned in
must flip-flop
nounced. I I precautions arc neglected. last Friday afternoon.The The play was orthodox with one
The set-up of the health unitas I Nursing service for the underprivileged unwelcome visitors kept their grave Tuesday and Wednes- big exception; everyone participating -
envisioned by the commissioners also is Included in the customers and clerks at bay day aighta. That U, It they knew In the game, except the
Includes one health officer activities of the health unit. while they ate the sweets and what was going on at the Homestead .pitcher and catchers, went about
two sanitary officers, a supervising -i Details of the financing and gamboled over the bags and ball park his busines aboard one of the mini-
nurse and five assistants, selection of the personnel of ooxes. Out at the park, there were ten I.atur mules-that la, It and when ,.
a secretary and a clerk All workers -, unit willbe l discussed soon at ::1 I I The insect wended their I jackasses trying their best to be he could\ get a leg up.
must be residents of Dade meeting of the county commissioners way north on Krome avenue baseball players and :20 baseball The games were one big battle
county and must have the approvalof and officials of the state boardof lifter Harry Schsuberger, the players trying; to be horsemen. I between the will-power of the
Dade County Health Society health. The preliminary activities -I store manager, set several 'Which class attained the highest Lions and the won't-power of the
and the United States Public of the unit will be map- smudge fires in the vicinityof I,degree of success in Its undertaking mule It wu evident! that theContinued
Health Association. ped out, also. the free banquet. ; Is problematical. I ( on Page Twelve I )



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will be held May 15, it was I I youngmen between the ages of 17 I where both an education. and II I cutters to Europe and
Examinations Slated emy I
'. and whose mental require-I I career-are offered U those who American port IVI'ln
Detailed Informationmay
For Coast Guard CadetsA announce be obtained from 'U. commandant (menu 1D general, are those tiecea-i meet its high standards.The course(tunity to cadets: to check
lill for admission to engineering lot instruction: basically Is scientific : classroom theories by ) ?So1itb11
at
of the coast guard Isary .
for character. _
competitive examination Washington, D. C. {colleges. The coast guard academy and engineering In [seagoing experience.Want
the appointment of cadets to the I III located at New London Conn ,I Annual cruises: aboard modern
I United State Coast Guard Acad- The examination Is open to Ads P&y-Try' Th' J JI


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Friday.. February 16, 1940 ..*... LEADER-ENTERPISE Pare Three

TIME EXTENDED Local Leaiup.Membfn .


FOR ',COMMUNITY Attend Ellen Deanery Huff, Stanley MeetingMiss Jenner. West's Specials

Gus Jenner, Rufus -laby and I
CHEST CAMPAIGN James Walton, members .of the
Young People's Service League of FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
St. John's Episcopal Church and '
Th annual Community Chest the' HOT. -R. F. Blackford, -tector. PHONE 34 FREE DELIVERY

campaign! In. Dade county, which of the church, attended a deanery I ..._....................................-................................_........._...u........_...N.....
meeting at St. Stephen's Episcopal
was to have closed last night, will
be continued today andtomorrow, urday Church night.In' Coconut. The GroveSat Homestead- Pillsbury flour. Self-Rising! FLOUR

it was announced yeiterday. league will be host at the next ,
.To date, contributions and meeting of the deanery to be held ,20 Ibs. 10 Ibs. 5 lbs- I LBS I LBS. tt LBS.20c .
May 12.Sunday. I .
pledges throughout the county r
\total $1 0,230, or 54% of the goal a course night of the study league outlined will begin by 9Zc 5:1c: Z9c '-' 38c 68c

fn South Dade, a total of $131 has Bishop Frank Wilson. A price will
been collected and pledged, according be awarded to the league makingthe FRESH HOME MADESausage
to Clarence J. Parman,, highest average In the study
chairman In charge and a prize of a league pin will SUGAR 52c
Mr. Parman la being assisted In be given'the member making the S. lb.> 22c
the drive by Mrs. T. J. Faust and I highest average above 99" .
Mri J. R. Brooka. While general
foliclatlon was abandoned becauseof '
the local financial distress GROUP SELECTEDTO Whole BEST GRADEWhiteBaconlO'LB.
caused by the recent freeze of! RICE Grains 20c
crops designated, the workers calls hove for been contribu-nuking DIRECT LOCALAFETYPATROL IDS. I '

tions, Mr. Partners said :
No goat was set for South Dade ? I
In the campaign.
SPRYcrCRISC03.1b.can49cIk BLUE RIBBON
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Nt'DIST RULING GIVEN Management of the Safety Patrol II ,- -
Residents In "counties having a i of the Homestead High School: Oleo lb. moll 4c
population of not less than 159,000 .henceforth will be under the I
and not more than 133,003" are supervision of a committee: c<"- i 7:30: ,
Just as much entitled to enjoy posed of the Rrv J. J. Richards ,
Florida',health-giving sun In the pastor of the Homestead Mctho-! 1
nude as art those in counties hav- dirt Church Mrs. Ruth Godwin EAN WESTERN 1.8.
ftig different population classifications Rallcy W Macey, Jr. and Patro! CHASE ASNBORCoffee \ I
the supreme court ruled man }. I. Coker according to an I Pork 2IeI I
,lust week. The decision was madeIn announcement Chops
I a contest Involving the act passed I The committee will take care of I lb. 22c
by the 1939 legislature, prohibiting the finances of the patrol and promote I
operations of nudist col- activities to finance It on Its l j' GEORGIA SMOKEDBacon
onies, but limited to counties contemplated trip to the meeting
having populations of between I of the National Safety Council t'' HEINZ IV KEG
153,000 and 163,000. Washington, D. C, In May Thi-j lb. 15c
patrol went to Washington I last I! Dill Pickles 2 for 5c .
May, In the charge of Patrolman I ,
DIXIE BOYS CHOIR I Coker, and received a prize for
traveling the longest distance to HEAVY HESTIRV CHUCK Lit.
WILL\ SING HEREIN I patrol march must In the win council's the honor parade three A I Lima Beans, 2 Ibs. 12c

consecutive times before It can Beef Roast 25c
3 LANGUAGESThe .be awarded a silver loving cup. 3 Large
Approximately I I Peas 27c
I $800 will be required English Cans .
to send the patrol to Well: -- u-- --- -
Dixie Boys Choir of BirmIngham ington. MEATY

here under, Ala.auspices, scheduled of St.to appeir John's I _, large Neck Bones lb-8c

Episcopal next week Church, will Ihu-sday present songs nightof T.J. LETCHWORTH, Corn 3 cans 27c

In English, Latin and German The DIES
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concert will be held In the Neva I I SWIFT'S IIOCKIESS rlCXI::

King The Cooper singers School era on auditorium.a tour of OF ILL HEALTH' CatSUp large bottle ]JOe
Georgia and Florida and expect to HAMS ISc
lb.
cover 2,500 miles. Recently the) I I FRESH
completed a 3,000-mile tour Th? T J. Letchworth.:who was one
20 boys. In the pare of of Homestead's biggest real estate
various religious denominations operators in the middle 1920'. I PRUNES Si4 13c FRESH
They are directed by Emerich died at his home In Miami Sundry I C
Ebcr, formerly soloist and initiu- evening. tie hud been In ill health : Pig Liver
tor of the world famous Vienna for abo"t a year.Cremation I ,l LIBBY'S-In Heavy Syrup 2 Ibs.} 25
Boys Choir. The' Rev. Harry followed s private i l O\ SMOKED
Moore of the North Alnbim I memorial service held at a Miami r
Peaches 21117
Methodist ctn'wcnce Is bu.ines' funeral home Monday Survivor c Sausage
manager. Mrs J. II Dower of are: the widow, Mrs. Hc-len E!: Can
I Birmingham Is traveling with the I Letchworth; a son, Gordon T WHOLE OR oCKEill
choir In the capacity of choir'Letchworth of Kansas City, Mo.: -ER-SEA----- --
i Pork Shoulder lb. 15c
mother. I a sister, Mrs. Will Schaper and 2
On the afternoon preceding their I a brother, Chas J. Letchworth, English Peas : 15c -
program the young singers will] both of Versailles Mo. IRIMI
visit points of interest In the Born In Versailles, Mo. In 1872 I -- -- -.--.-- -
vicinity of Homestead. I Mr. Letchworth came to Homestead OM.R.8EA POTATOES 10 Ik 25c
with his wife in 1923 and 2
ORANGES CROW IV NEW YORK engaged in the real estate busi CORN & 2 for 25e --- -- .- ------ -
Mayor La Guardia of New York ness. During the boom Ms offices -
CARROTS 2 bunches 15c
City, should send word to the I occupied the entire first floor HEINZ - -- --
Yokum family that if they don't of two stores on Krome avenue ---
find any oranges to pick In I and he organized a complete and Food 22c CELERY large each lOc
Massy-A-Chews-Its,they can corns efficient sales forct. He was a Baby Cans _
on to New York and help him pick subdivision developer as well as a _.
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oranges from the tree growing In real estate broker. In 1932 he and NUaAND .. APPLES 1 lb. 4cSyiup
his office. This tree Is a gift from Mrs. Letchworth moved to Miami
Manager Earl Brown of the Flori- where he transferred his activityas --
Tail
da exhibit at the New York World's a real estate operator. Milk 3 20c
Fair.: Cana I ; 35c
CARD OF THANKS .hi / .
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"Dad, there's a girl at our school W. wish to thank the many lie BLACK :
whom we call 'Postscript'* friends for their kindness, sym
"'Postscript!' Whatever do you pathy and floral offerings during PEPPER 2 15c
call her 'Postscript' for!" the illness and at the Nth of our cans P & G SOAP 3 bars tOe
"'Cos her name is Adeline beloved mother.
Moore!" -Ex. BENJ. W. MORRIS RINSO large 21c
FRANK H. MORRIS SALT 3 boxes lOc ,

"Auctioneering Is my special line I WM. E. MORRIS PALMOLIVE SOAP 6c
of business. Prices very reasonable. _
MATCHES 3:boxes I lOc
f If I am out arrange dates I know ,a man who la so poor
with my wife."-Ad. in Titusville, he doesn't have to sew up the SVr7FT 's
Pa, paper holes in his pockets. Heavy Stud I MEAL 1:80 IScI

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iUMCtlrTION RATE met In regular lei.

t U P'". Counts _..._.___....-.--_ Was. slop on Monday with these prei.ent .
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: W. J. Tweedell, Fred Penning. ;

f ton J D. Red j and O. H. Sullivan:

Ten Millions vs. Forty PRVrLOST'LAYI Moved the appointment of J.

COW/ISow + W Pritchard for marshal be deferred
t Ten million men Ad Kn,wfMec until next regular meeting .
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: Went forth to fight t T v "
When forty statesmen Ayr NO" O Visa
Called It right LSyu ySA2paY ... -"Last Friday night the Wo.
t r 1 / man' Club of Redlsnd, gave the
" They fought and died, American Legion boys of Homestead

Ten million itrong. a banquet and had a large

To prove the forty attendance"Dr. ."

t 1 t statesmen wrong. Tower Is on the sick lIst.

Had statesmen fought It's a wonder any doctor can standup
under the strain of continuous
} And died Instead $ rwr MiLON t '
f Their lie hid com l 1 TNRT vAows owA service. The flu Is not of a malignant

But forty dead yREE, type this season but It Is no

\ _.-_- respecter of persons .*

: --"Dr. Smylle, pastor of the
1 :
The Japanese Embargo
1 White Stone Church, returned'home

t. While Japan continue cry that I from the hospital in Miamion

the passage of the Pittman Em Monday ,"

; bargo measure bv congress. would -"President of Council W J.

t be a "serious affront. any action I flocle CAROM Tweedell presided over the
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on the expired United Statcj-I mayor's court on Monday evening

2 Japanese trade pact seems unlikely r Y/S/roTis170oRvir the mayor being indisposed ,*

r unitl! Japan It willing to + 1 'Board of health officials issued .
consider the problem In IU entirety
; an order last Saturday, for
Although the old trade the public schools, churches, moving -

; treaty Itself li probnbly acceptableto picture show, lodges, etc., to
t the United States and with I...""""""""""..."""""""""""" ..NNNNNINININIININIIINININIINIIIINNeChildren close for one week from that date
the border of the Six Nations Indian -
minor alteration, would be renewed to the prevalence ofII..
owing
reservation illicit still
CURRENT an was
in Court
the silence of the state raided by the "Mountles" and i flu ."

department on the subject makes COMMENT some liquor seized. By Judge Malcolm HatfieldwNNINwYNN.NNNNMNwwIM -"Dr. Smith' wife and child
It apparent that the United States
I IU f. left for Madison on Wednesday of
; considers the question of China .
--"' visit to Mrs. Smith'smother.
week<
it By AGNEW WELSH r last on a
and the being noble
I open-door policy as .' Wheiner you are a patriotor Pl'LLIVG THE WOOL OVERMOmER'S ."
Involved. "AAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAF.ditoe't an Ignominious traitor depends
Those who believe the solution EYES : -"The army remitting officer1'
NoUl Mr W.Uh mkomxonunvnt upon which tide you are on. The It
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was necessary warn a
to an embargo on all exports to en hi* "Cmn M.tt," wtwtlwfth French shot Dr. Karl Roos, were In town last Tuesday, hunt-
.. .._.. mother that she too
r b In .nir at' .,ia.N was placing : for enlistments."
j Japan were greatly encouraged with hnoun./ ., AiMiw. fommunl.MltoiM founder of the "Green Shirt* and much confidence In her daughter I ing
t early in January, when former k> Atiww Welsh, 141 N. R. prominent Rhlnelander convicted Uncle Nix hat had a big sign
lHOl II. .... rik I 1 because It was discovered that the 1
11 Secretary 0 f State Henry L. Hof being a spy the English!: hanged painted on the side of the Armour
i' girl had formed the habit of tell-
Stimson went on record as favorIng The Bible contains much wisdom !,two Irishmen, convicted of a bomb- I warehouse. It Is an artistic job,
ing her mother that she was spend-
i such a plan. Mr. Stimson and so does the Koran. The ''blast for Irish freedom. ing the night at a girl friend's T. T. Prickett doing the work.
6 said that an embargo was the bed f will resume the
latter says, "God ls with those home whereas she remained out "Rufe Dorsey
possible means to discredit the who persevere." Dancing Sally Rand has insured until the early hours of the morn- management of the Telephone C*

f Japanese military organization In her feet for $100,000 which Ing with an adult man. He was unable to get a house In
the eyes of the Japanese people. reminds me pf a story a worthy In other homes parents are entirely Homestead and ha* moved into
This he believes, is the only way England reports that on Jan. 27 widow told me. A widower too strict, and as a result the T. G. Whitehead house In
t to turn Japan from its present imperialistic it had the worst snow storm of the the "
t brought up subject of mar the children frequently revolt Florida City.
t course and permanentlysettle century one that blocked 1,500 riage and she told him she would- against the rigid discipline enforced "When tomatoes were selling;
miles of
for several
railway days
the Far Eastern
question.
n't marry any man unless he was upon them. Sam McKinstry boasted his
low
t The chance of .Tn pan'. acceptance and cut off some villages from worth a million dollars and had Parents should not attempt to going 'sky high'. This made
were
food I
of the United States' right I supplies.. I one foot in the grave. His come- force a blind obedience to every the other growers envious until

1u interfere with what it considers I back was "Your price seems al command, because such an unrea- they learned that those of Sam'
'Is It* own private business in Senator Claude Pepper has comedown little high but I expect you're sonable demand develops antagonistic tomatoes that went 'sky high' were

; China seems highly Improbable, from his ship canal perch worth It." attitudes in many children. carried by an aviator who
particularly since the war in and concedes that maybe a barge away '
I | Most children can be ruled much paid Sam's field a visit :
Europe gives the army a chance one would do It would cost Dr. Herbert E Bolton head of better by love and reason. Individuals -
to consolidate its position without about 19 millions, ai comparedwith the department of history in the ) who are not taught to -"We had a very low which barometer accounted -
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Interference from either France or 197 millions for the big on Wednesday night,
one. University of California in a recent reason are totally unprepared to winds. No
I for the high
Great Brltlan. With the military i address made statements that face life. "
element still In power a withdrawal One of the leading ethnologistsof confirmed Henry Ford' opinion damaga has been reported.

from China Is Inconceivable -! the U S. who has done research ,that most history was "bunk." Dr. I SLAVING MOTHERA -"A* the flu deprived the En r

work In Florida on the pre. Bolton said there were a hundred mother complained to the terprise of one of its valued em-t

Dr Walter Judd medical missionary I historic races I Is Dr Ales Hrdlica '!|cities, yet living that were older court that her two daughters, who ployes Fred Schmidt kindly camel

and lecturer former Secretary U.you want the pronunciation of than our St Augustine; that thej;were respectively thirteen and fifteen In and rendered appreciated lit

Stimson, and others have his name Pathfinder magazine first printing press set up on the I yean old refused to come stance.[ ."

pointed out again and again that I gives! It as follows:. Al-esn Herd- western hemisphere was In Mexico I[home after school and often stayed "Miss Mildred Avery I II at ;
over half of Japan's vital suppliescome lishka. City in 1J43. Who shall say him out late at night They refused to Silver Palm taking care of the '

from the United States. II nay? I II obey her and she had no way of Woods family, who have the flu."
.
American airplanes, driven by Nature' laws outdo man' finest I 'knowing what they did when they -"Harvey Lion Is driving I i
American gasoline, have dropped achievements. A Danish ship: I t t An Associated Press dispatch In were away from home. Charley Fuchs' bread wallon" .
lx>mb.. made from American materials the Brantford Canada Expesitor,! The probation officer called wlll
laden with 8,000 tons of soy beans I attheit' -"The fair this year b*,
on thousands of helpless had a hole rammed In her hold. states that the ban Florida put in home on a Saturday mornIng held February 24th to March 2nd.

Chinese" 'civilians The "moralembarg& She could have mad safe harbor Citrus fruit shipment would not about ten o'clockand found in the same location as. last yea*

on airplanes and high but the sea water rushed in, be a hardship on them so long is I both girl In bed reading while All who can exhibit are asked}
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octane has not the canned, held out, and
gasoline stopped or supply
swelled beans I their mother was cleaning thehouse.
the burst her steel to get In touch with, Geo. RansoniJr
appreciably cut down the Japanese plate and she sank. add this dispatch from Miami, It li no surprise that these ., who will have the work of f

2 aggression 'II. I"Stringing emergency headlights youngster were insolent and dis- I collecting and arranging in band
Many fear that Japan will fight on their tractors farmers in the obedient when their own mother
The Palm Beach*Sun prods tins' -"J. F. Umphrey announced
the United States if an embargois rich Redland district are working failed to properly train and dis-
k itself "the ptonrer Southeast Florida : that he will on March lit begina
placed on war materials. Experts j 24-hour shifts replanting winter cipline them.
however out that newspapeif' which Is but a vegetables. This area staggered I much needed enterprise in
point ,
'I i 1 Any mother who waits hand and
half-truth. Th old of
Tropical Sun Homestead in the manufacture
beneath miTlon dollar
Japan would not be In a positionto ten foot on her children and
addresses
always
"
was its predecessqr name itoccur cement blocks and brick .
has been without
without the losses going
wage war supportof a them In a pleading tone of
American materials. Threat to me, that never should'stop one grower 18)'." voice must expect disrespect and -"Fla hit cur operator and we
have been dropped; It vex distinctive .. had to goback to hand composition. -
that Japan em buy these materials I disobedience. This particular] wo-
from other nations, In sufficient original. and.appulill'.. There has been considerable man was continually catering to He wilt without doubt, be
quantities to undertake military -, e 1 1I. )[heckling of Prime Minister Cham- her girls to keep them amiable and on the Job again next week. This

operations against the United I. Italy has. coffee shortage as berlain concerning his conduct of would rather make a slave of herself explanation 1 I. given to accountfor

States are discounted particularly!la war Incident. A Memphis nanpaid the war, This led the British Institute than hear them grumble lack of news."

In view of the present European I' $241 for a 10-lb. bag. paid of Public Opinion to takea Habits of work discipline and respect -''Ethel Nixon gave Annabella
'.1 situation. Industrial nations lit $2.SI shipping charge on It and poll on the subject and this must be Instilled In childrenif Niles a surprise party on Wednesday '
'I
} Europe are having trouble enough sent It to his old pappy in Italy. showed that <1 Per cent of those they are to become worthy mem- evenlBff, at the Nixon home

applying their own war needs I When i ica4t he had to pay interviewed were satisfied with bers of the family and of society I:. These were present: Mn

i and could hardly be Induced to $1190 What charming his war plans 18 per cent were These girls were already misfit! .[Harry Richmond. Jack Seifert

1 i part with vital war materials al thing theM wars are for suffering displeased, 10 per cent had no home, failing to live up to their I 1[Eunice, Lola and tla Nixon Imo-

r this time. humanity. opinion and It per cent voted to family standards, and were, gene Stephens, Mr. Fox Bob
stop the war. Sixty per cent I l.t developing Into social mis-1[i Bacon Will Davis, Roy Myriclc

A Teal for the Finns Canada' liquor laws have been favored food rationing and opinion *. They were of the type that!and Clyde Nixon.

i My right Is shattered, my left pointed I. a* soodel ones but even !I' WM rather evenly divided as II would eventually run to the dlTorce "Rev.E. L Cetman and doughy

u broken my center I* crushed they have "mocmshlnlng" Th I to whether the war would last a [ court whenever a husband|(|Ite-wilt spend Friday at Miami

Situation excellent I attack. -I Brantford Expositor: of Jan 30 year, two yean or longer thanthat complained i of their slipshod Beach In company with the Halnt

Marshal Foch., .. prints a story that at Chsweken on period,, method* of housekeeping. lines ." Florida] City.

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IRONING Train Car Mishaps I moon at the hands of Miami High
,
DAY FREEDOM I GROWERSContinued \
School. The game w.i played on I
Kill Four In
January I the Miami floor and when the +:

ly Katharine Fisher I ,Tampa. Feb. IS-(FNS)-During smoke cleared away the score stood} '
( from Page One) 50 for Miami High and 18 for Ute
Dtrtclor Good HoHHtftfhf tvili, January four people were
!killed 32 Injured and 84 Involved Andrew Jackson High School Friday Growers
In train and motor vehicle accidents I night, Miami High found opposition In
A hot stove. a hot kitchen and I Rushed foot-weary Ironer who In Florida Asher Frank The Conchs of Key West High the Growers only during the first
stopped back and forth ill afternoon between ironing board and stove I director of the Florida Safety 1 School handed the Grower a drubbing quarter which ended with the
keeping the Iron hot. Was the Iron hot enough or too hot t A moUUntd5fJtr. Council. -reported for the second time in I visitors leading I to I. But from

Judged ntf'7 by the sound touched of the the stole newly! That'heated a Iron picture and of the the temperature old days with was Mr. Frank said accident caused month Friday night Th local then on Miami High played
their mental and physical drudgery.In by motorists running into trains I boys journeyed\ ) to the southernmost basketball and Homestead didn't.
are not limited to any one sectionof city la fclnh lopei of avenging During the last quarter Coach
those old days the Ironer adjusted her pace to the smoothing iron. the state. Miami Jacksonville 1, 8 26 tal>>Wfeat they suffered -
She made for its deficiencies. She Tampa, Bleicr sent In his B team to keep
pp Ironed quickly I while the iron was
hot, and slowed an aa It cooled, pressing harder all the while on the and other parts of the! at the fcftndu of the Conchs Miami High company and they
lowly drying fabne. A strong right arm was M Meet. state are. represented In the reports her*. But U1c1y-t'Jii home nurs prevented the score of the win.
The most regrettable part inga31to2I'tsl5.; ners from getting in the box-t'...*
Then came the electric iron and with It the end of I
Is'that in During most /II\the game the
each accident the can number cia...
the hot
kitchen on Ironing days. Th. Ironer began to
count her on the ternperatnr were loaded with passengers, and teams ran ncknd neck. At the The B team of Homestead High
't'I Sfita the majority'of end of the half Homestead wm
test. In time the accidents occurred defeated the B team *f Key West
the became an expert in regulating the temperatureof during the daylight hours. leading 18 to 16, and at the end of
ofFriday
28 to 12 In the curtain raster
the Iron by the plu.rtnll-In.lnd.out intern, though Frank stated that In his opinion the third quarter Key West was
I scorched fabric and then reminded her this nights entertainment.Tuesday
now that
r many of these accidents were ahead 26 to 25. The Conchs tightened
afternoon the local Bteam
was an uncertain method at beet.
caused during the last frame and
by drivers keeping their up lost to Miami High's B team
An Improvement was the early heat-controlled car windows closed during the allowed their visitors only two I
Iron. Some of the first heat-controlled iron had a cold weather'and 10 were unable to points 21to17.
thermostatic twitch which merely limited the maximum < The Growers tinned In
hear the trains' warning whistles, a per-
temperature and reduced tire hasard. Lower '
tATtusjNi posses temperatures war obtained by the old plug.in-and- and he urged all motorists to observe formance Tuesday afternoon that
Dintimt *i out ytem. the law which requires all made their coach, Ted Blocr, and EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING
Inentatate,'"* commercial vehicles, trucks, busses local fans groan They receivedthe
Next came Irons with adjustable thermostats that
could be cet to any desired temperature within a and private cars to come to I full wont shellacking in many a
certain range. But ittll, Ironing wn a chore needing a good right arm stop before crowing railroad
The reason was that then irons had too low t heating capacity, and tracks they bolster a dull room by the
cooled down when doing large and well-dampened' piecea The Ironer I reflection of lights and by throw- Prompt service on all
found It necessary to exert muscular pressure on the Iron whereas If
the iron hid stayed at constant temperature when doing a large, _11- Mirrors Add Spaciousness Ing back important colon makes specializing on .
dampened piece, ita heat would have don the work, not only with little The reflective quality of a mir- The use of colored plate glass '
pressure but In less time. rored surface Is an effective tool for mirrors gives them a range almost automobile radios .

In the hand of a ikUlful homeowner I infinite compared with the
There had
these Irons
were some very good reasons why earlier a
heating capacity that was too low. Chief of these wn that portable appliances limited uses of other da>'I. Several L. C. DoddFlowers
like: smoothing irons, had to be used on house circuits of limited Built-in mirrors Increase the ap- attractive colon are available to
capacity that the Iron was limited to 660 watts. We now hive, in adequately parent spaciousness of a room and I blend or contrast with other objects Bldg.
wired houses, circuit of greater.capacity on which we can us* brighten dark corners Well placed, In the room.
appliances of higher wattage.

These Improvements In house wiring led to the development of what
are called the high wattage irons of the automatic type. The I BUILT
range of the thermostats on these high-wattage irons extend I/7HEY SURE
so that it the lowest letting the temperature of the joe,la now low
enough for ironing the most delicate of fabrics without any danger of
scorch in ir. And increased wattage makes available more heat for quickly
i Ironing heavy, well-dampened pieces. III7D

High-wattage weigh from SH to 4 pounds Iniiteid of 6 pounds, 1,4 GlMAIP BIPE
,heir lighter weight Itself helping to reduce the effort of Ironing Generally
i speaking, the lighter I the weight of the Iron the higher
:A big part of the Ironing job is drying out the moisture I 'I:the dampened:
I fabric. Therefore the right temperature and adequate heat are more im.portant I
thin excess weight In an Iron That J'tl.I automatic Iron THESE HStI
ft hiffh-wittag (800 to 1000 watts) li 10 : It will iron ai willas
a heavier iron, with less weight lifting i and pressing on your part. Automatic
I irons also have the advantage of enabling i you to adjust the control
to suit the kind of fabric being Ironed One the rool li let the temperature -
: will be maintained without further e your part. The .
automatic control also prevent the unnecessary vie of electricity, as It
turns off the current when the iron has reached the temperature for which RJHPS1.i i
the control li set.

No witching, no guessing of temperature, no laborious pressing downon
the fabric, no plugging In and out-what a long distance wi have come
from the heavy sadiron and the old sliding test, and in what an amazinglyshort
time) homemakers who wielded those old sadirons on many a weary
Ironing day can rive thanks to the electric iron manufacturers for this
new freedom. I


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SERMON TOPICS evening "Keeping the Goal Be. a eggcj( ride In a ear this big. .

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lit I REDLAND DISTRICT FRUIT FESTIVAL I NNNNN1MMIy1 REDLAND,W NI/IMNMIMMYYNNNNNNNINNNNI F. F. A. M 1 NN'IMNNI.NNNNNNNNNI"1.Homestead Girl. Scouts .....,.


) PREMIUM LIST LEWIS VRAN+. ReporterNNNNNINNINNNN.ININNNNMYNNN I B/ Melba VanWInkle "

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FRUIT DEPARTMENT Monday, Feb, 12, at 7:30: p. *
'f AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENTNo
I Plans for the annual Girl Scout,
m. Redland Chapter F. F. A. held
No Entry Fee cookie sale which it to
I begin next
I I Entry Fee Chaffed a business meeting in the chapter I
In order to save fruit, exhibitors will be permitted Tuesday were made at a meeting'
All exhibits In this department should have house. Guests were Mr. R. B.!
to use M boxes or straps In place of regular of the Homestead Girl I Scouts )
,i been grown by the exhibitor on hit or her farm or orange or grapefruit boxes. This, however is Hampton and Mr, Blackburn of The on
Tuesday meeting was
held
I in Mi or her garden In Dade County. optional with the exhibitor but, from Die judging Ohio. .
at the home of Mrs. Geo. N. Wake..
All exhibits should be In boxes will alike Member I
: In this department standpoint, half and whole score present were: Rex
i ; place In this department by 12 o'clock noon Wed. All exhibit In boxes must be first grade, or better Romine,Wllll VUk, Harold Hampton field because of the Illness of Mrs.
nesday and cannot be removed until Tuesday wrapped and packed according! to Florida standard H. A. Aman, William Hampton Frank Skill, troop leader
March 5, after 8 p. m. i 'Entries must be made on blank furnished by the Dean Sickle Dick Campbell, : All girls art requested to pur.
Exhibitor who desire the return of their ex*,.i Festival management, and the exhibitor will be required Donald Hawkes and Estel Lee chase material for their ties In
I hlblti at the close of the Festival must attend Inl, to tag his exhibit properly. The president announced that Homestead to avoid conflict with I
person or have a preentatlv there to claim,I The judge will not award a prize unless the exhibit there will be a meeting of Miami troop color.
t .came otherwise the Festival will dispose of them has decided merit regardless of competition. our I
> as seems most convenient All exhibts j should be In place by 12 o'clock F. F. A. federation executive committee Invitation to the May Day tea
be creditable Wednesday, February 28. Monday night, Feb. 19, at were made.A .
Exhibits In all departments must
Lemon City for the offormulating "thank you" letter will be
The Judge will not award a prize unless the exhibit CLASS INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT purpose
I a program of work written to the local Rotary Club
has decided merit regardless of competition. 1st tad Srd
Best Individual exhibit of Citrus for the federation. thanking them for their help durIng .
COMMUNITY EXHIBITS Fruits (8 or more varieties) $10.00 $5.00 $3.00 the past year.
All exhibits and Individual exhibits
community
KISSIMMEE RODEO BEGINS
CLASS INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT NNINNrt1111MMNMMMNNINN1111N111N11N1NNN1NNRedland
cf fruits and vegetables, plants flowers etc. competing -

for cash prizes must be .creditable exhibits Lot 1. Oranges, Valencia _......_._ $3.00 1st $Sad 2.00 $1.00 Srd Cowboys who competed at the Girl Scouts. :;

.1 satisfactory Redland to the District management.The Fruit Festival will offer 2. Oranges, Pineapple __..._.... 3.00 2.00 1.00 Madison Square Garden national -I .N/NL..NNNNINNN.NIIN.NIINN/NNNINNNNN i .1 _
3. Oranges Temple .__.... ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00 championship event last fall, will A discussion of the annual
cash Girl
the :
following prizes
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4. Oranges, King _.. 3.00 2.00 1.00
tat 3rd! Itb -""'
1st take
In the First Scout cookie '
a prominent part sale was held at t
8. Grapefruit, Seedless .. ..... ... 3.00 2.00 1.00
,1 .. :Best community exhibit 6. Grapefruit, Duncan -....... .._ 3.00 2.00 1.00 Annual National Roundup and meeting of the Redland Girl Scout
i. of Citrus and $75 $30 $25 7. Grapefruit, Pink ..... ._...._.. 3.00 2.00 1.00 Rodeo at Klsslmmee which began Troop 38 In the school patio-on
w Other Fruits$100 8. Limes, Persian ..__ .... ...... ... 3.00 2.00 1.00 Monday and will continue through ,Tuesday.
Best packing of Fruits house..exhibit ....-. Cup Cup CupBrit 9. Limes, Rangpur ..............__ 3.00 2.00 1.00 Feb. 22. Seating facilities have Scout booklets of green tagboard
t 1. house exhibit 10. Tangerines ..-.. ......_............._ 3.00 2.00 1.00 been provided for 7,500 persons with gold lettering were made.
i. I' packing of Vegetables Cup Cup Cup 11. Lemons ........_................._...... 3.00 2.00 1.00 by the Cow Capital Roundup These booklets will be displayedat
I :Beat packing house exhibit 12. Tangelos. _....... .............- 1.00 50 .25 Company of which P. E. WilliamsIs 1 the Redland District Fruit
of Tomatoes. Cup Cup Cup 13. Calamondim, 4 qt. basket. 1.00 .90 .25 president. Festival.
14. Kumquats 4 qt. basket ........ 1.00 .50 .25
f t Scored as follows 15 Guavas, 4 qt. basket .. 100 .50 25
$ Quality .. .. .. .... ........ 40 points 16: Loquats," 1 quart ... ....: :::..:::: 100 :.50 :25
Variety.. ._........ _... -35 point 3 fruit .._ 1.00 .SO .25
::1 17. Papayas more
or
lit'' Arrangement ... .... ... .... 25 points 18. Bananas, Commercial....._.. 1.00 .50 .25 .95 For Your Old Radio

1' 19. Bananas, Cavendish .... ....... 1.00 .50 .25
100 points 20. Strawberries, 1 quart. .. 1.00 .30 25 I T On This S.TubeSi&si&
t 8PECIIL EXHIBIT FOR FUTURE FARMERS OF 21. Avocados, Linda, 6 or more 3.00 2.00 1.00
AMERICA: AND 4-II CLUB: BOYS 22. Avocados, Taylor, 6 or more 3.00 2.00 1.00
let 2nd Srd 23.: Avocados, Schmidt, 8 or I
Best Ornamental Nursery exhibit Ribbons more '.. .. -300 200 1.00Exhibits
Best Fruit and Vegetable exhibit: : Ribbons: to (consist f'n less than 2 major, and i

; Best Educational Exhibit by Future 1 minor varieties, shown In commercial containers,
Farmers of America not less than 1/4 box.
? chapters RibbonsCLASS Exhibits In this department will be Judged by I
the following scale of points: .
INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS OP FRUITS Standard or Commercial Packing

lot 2nd Srd Size __... 10 pointsColor
:Belt Individual exhibit of .... .'__....-" .-"=:::"_ 15 points i
Tropical Fruits 6 or more Uniformity ....... ... .... _. 13 point Low-Boy" Console
Varieties ...._._.m...____ 500 3.00 2.00 Freedom form blemishes: 13 point: I
I I 1 I Beat Individual exhibit of Clt- Commercial value -'- 10 pointsPackage

I rus Fruits 8 or more vas ..__......._....._..... 10 points I
.. rleties In H boxes .._...... 100 3.00 2.00 Packing .___.... _.__ 25 point I
; Best display of Papayas 8 or

more fruit .." ''', ._..._ 8.00 3.00 2.00 100 point Ii i
:Best display of A Avocados 4

... _... 8. 2.00
; or more varieties 00 3.00 I
: All articles In this class should be produced on PLANT AND FLOWER DEPARTMENT -

exhibitor's Articles farm entered in this class will not be allowed No Entry Fee I

t' ( to compete In any other class Exhibitors must use their own containers. All

t exhibits in this department must be in place by 12 I
( VEGETABLE DEPARTMENTCLASS o'clock Wednesday, February 28. I
The judges will not award a prize unless the
f INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS: I
exhibit has decided merit
{ 1st Cad 3rdBest will No flower
Amateurs only compete. or plant
: Individual exhibit of Vegetables -
can compete for more than one premium.
; 10 or more varieties 10.00 $9.00 $3.00t All exhibit must be plants or flowers grown In

CLASS INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS Dade County.
I Exhibitors In this department will be required Potted plants and flowers must be correctly
to label exhibits, giving name or variety of specimenon labeled.
( entry tag. COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS
Lot 1st Sad Jrcl 1st fad 3rd RADIO'I

: 1. Beat lug Tomatoes .... ....m $1.00 $ .'75 $ 50 Commercial exhibits of Orna-
2. Best crate Potatoes .... .... 1.00 .'75 .50 mental Nursery Stock ....__50.00 $25 00 $10.00
3 Best hamper Peas ____.. 100 ,7S .50 CLASS 1-GARDEN CLUB GROUP EXHIBITS
; 1 4: Best hamper Lima-Beans- =-.. 1.00 :.73 :SO First _...._._.... ._...__.... ?....on_ 10.00
j : 5. Best hamper Pole Beans. 1.00 .75 .50 Second ...-..... .... ............._ ._....._. ... &.00
i 8. Beat hamper Wax Beans ...-. 1.00 .'75 .50 Third .. __._..._.......... .. ___......._ 3.00
i 7. Best hamper Green Bush. 1.00 .'75 .50 Exhibit to consist of not less than 10 varieties
8. Best bushel Peppers ...._.._ 1.00 .73 SO of flowers, fern or potted plants
0. Best dozen Cokes ........ _._.._ 1.00 .'75 .80 CLASS S-GROUP EXHIBITS
10. Best hamper Squash ............ 1.00 ,'75 .50 1st Sad 3rd
;'. 11. Best > bunches Onions ... ... 1.00 .'75 SO Exhibit of Ornamental Potted
i 12. Best hamper Red Cabbage 1.00 .'75 ..DOI Plants 12 or more varieties $500$300$200
I 13. Best hamper Green Cabbage Exhibit of Flowering Potted
I ..... _._ ............ 1.00 .'75 .50 Plants 12 or more varieties 500 3.00 2.00
14 Best 3 bunches parsley .__ 1.00 .'75 JO Collection of Fancy-Leaved Caladiums I
13 Best basket Okra. .. 1.00 .75 .50 5 or more varieties I 2.00 1.00 .50
10 Best S, only Chayote 1.00 .'75 .50 Display of Crotons, 10 or more I
l 17. Beat 3 heads Cauliflower _. 1.00 .'711 .50 varieties .. ..._....__... ...... 2.00 1.00 .50
18 Best 3 heads Lettuce .._. ._ 1.00 .'711 .50 Exhibit of Garden Cut Flowers: I
19 Best 3 bunches Broccoli .. 1.00 .'711 .SO 12 or'mort varieties In sep-
20 Best peck Sweet Potatoes. 1.00 .73 ,50 arate vases ..__... 800 3.00 2.00
,: 31 Best 3 bunches Kohl Rabl. 1.00 .73 'W Exhibit of Cut Roses, 8 r..rn r; I
22. Best 3 bunches Turnips _. 1.00 .'75 varieties In separate vases 3.00 2.00 1.00 your eld radio............. .... .
23. Best 3 bunches Rutabagas. 1.00 .'711 i CLASS INDIVIDUAL I
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24. Beat 3 bunches Beet .... .. 1.00 .73 i Ix>t 1 EXHIBITS 3rd '
23 Best 3, only. Egg Plant 1.00 .'75 %il. Potted Aralia ._..... ... ....$ 100 $ SO $ 25 : You Pay .QO
:4 : 28.: Best 3 heads Chinese Cabbage .j.a. Potted Aspidistra ...._..._.._ 1.00 .50 .25 37
1.00 .'711 80" '3.Potted Croton ._.... .._. ...._ 1.00 .50 .23 Only
27. Best 3 bunches Parsnip .. 1.00 .'75 .30 4. Potted Dracaena, any variety
28. Best 12 bunches Celery_ 1.00 .73 M. ._______._ 1.00 .50 .25 Term *t law ei 4 DO dews, balance ..s"".
29 Best peck Spinach (North- 8. Potted Fancy-Leaved Caladium VIM orrylif C." '".
I.; ern) . .... ._ .. 100 .'711 .50 ._.____ 1.00 .50 .25
I .. :30 Best peck Spinach (New 8. Potted Sansevlera ___.. _... 1.00 .M .M Adaptable to Television i and to (Ucord-Naytif. .
i Zealand) """ ._ .. 1.00 .73 .50 Lot S 1st tad 3rd i
I 31. Best peck Spinach (Tropical (Six to a bunch) I 2 Daal-rirpeie. Tabs for ID-Tuba Performance

I ) _._ .... ...... 1.00 .'75 .50 1. Rose, any variety ___$ 1.00' .'75"' 90 "iMtamatfc" Peak. Bottom Tuning far 4 Station
32 Best 8 Radishes .. 1.00 .'75 .50 2. Chrysanthemum __ 1.00 .'75 .50
Exhibit in this department will be Judged by 3. Dahlias _____ 1.00.73 50 JVl Broadcast lands-Slmpllfiei Foreign Tuning

the following Kale of point: 4. Begonia ______ 1.00 .'75 .&0II. Exquisite "Low.I.," Styling, with Sloped Front
Standard or Commercial Packing or Bunch. Snapdragons _...._._._ 1.00 .'75 .110
VegetablesSize 8. Asters ..._...._ 1.00 .'75 .110
marketable ..-_ .. .__ 10 points 7. Geraniums __ 1.00 .75 ..110I.
I Trueness to type ...-.-. ..._ .. 13 points Ferns __ 1.00 .'75 ..110II.
Uniformity _._. .. 15 points Callas __'_'_ _... 1.00 .'75 .110
I Freedom from blemishes _. 13 points 10. Amaryllis ........__..._.._ .. 1.00 .'75 .110 menja=13111H111
Commercial value .. .. .. 15 pointsPackage 11. Narcissus ._.......... "'_. ._. 1.00 75 .110
8 12. Gladioli 1.00 .'75 .110
S l i' Packing 29 points point 13. Phlox 1.00 .'75 .110 !....... Bwccyno Blvd. at"13th St1f

14. Poppies 1.00 .75 ..50Coutae' .
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' ,i Cold Injury to Truck Hi per cent of the grot receipt
PAID
In Palm each Heavy $300,000 of all utility sales and the Insurance
I tax levy of 1 cent
per
In and Around | West film Beach, Feb. 13.-A FOR SUPPLIES of the Insurance companies' Flor-
check of cold damage to vegetable ida premium receipt are being
I' crops in Palm Beach, one of the used to make the payment In line
Homestead biggest producing counties in the USED BY STATE with Comptroller Lee' pledge to
state, shows that injury was heavy merchant that all of these fund
with most crop, says County would be used exclusively to help
.. Agent M. 11. Mounts. Tallahassee Feb. IS. -Check. lighten the credit burden placed
--I He says that English peal and completing the payment of more upon them by the fact that insufficient
Mr*. Clarence Rice, mother of day of an eight-pound ton, In the string beans in the Everglades funds were providedto
I than $300,000 of past duo bllli for
C. Hagler Rice returned to her Victoria hospital in Miami. Mn were completely eliminated and pay state. bill.
home in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Tuesday Brenner it the former Mist Jennie only a few small plantings of beanson state supplies were placed in the Receipt from these two
after pending five weeks Sue Rogers of Redland.FLORIDA I the East Coast escaped Lima mail today by State Comptroller will run another sourcesprobably million

with her ton and daughter-ln- ..,,,"' ,,....,,..,,..._,,....._--,,.... beans pepper and eggplants were I. M. Lee. All bilht1 against the dollar, coming In mostly duringthe
law here. set back but not completely killed general revenue tviiH'received In month of March, and Comp-
CITYBy Mounts says the lost to cabbagein the ;,; comptroller'i office during I'' troller Lee hope the total will be
Mr. and Mr. A. F. Arthur had Mrw. W. W. Bevery the Everglades was around 29 September,, of last :year are included I sufficient to pay all bill receivedin
M guests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrt. per cent. Lettuce was damaged, in the batch of account i I hit office through December
Marlon Newcomer and Mr. and Frank Snow and daughter, Em- around 80 to 70 per cent. Celery being paid at this time by the 31, 1939.
Mr*. Charles Vickerman, all of ma, of North Bradford, Conn seems to be recovering satisfactorily comptroller. Check being mailed
ar-
Philadelphia. Mn. Arthur' .!*- rived Friday for a stay of a few Mounts reports. today total $128,000 and the comp-
ter-ln-Iiw, Mn. R. B. Atkln of weeks troller hat been mailing check for
at their home here
Lewes, Del.. and her daughter, will see tome business transacted, several days totaling $186,000. PALMS HOTELFLORIDA
Judith end Adalle, are spending the principal business of the con- The general revenue fund owed CITY
the winter at the Arthur home. Mrs. George Herman and Mri vention will be having fun, accord. $1,494,000 on Jan. SI, 1949, according Medera
Wilbur Benham of North Haven, Ing to Frank Van Epps, of Portage to bill filed in the comp- Room and Apartment
Mr. and Mn. J. R. Brook had Conn, visited Friday at the homesof Wit., royal chief of the or- troller' office. I Reasonable Rate
a* guests on Wednesday, Mr.' and Mrt.Mrt.Catherine Ralph Desmond.Potter and Mr. ganization. Receipt from the utility tax of
Brooks' parent, Mr. and Mn.'
Charles I. Brook of Miami, and
Pete Spinelli was taken to the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beckwith ofLancaster
Kendall hospital Saturday for ob-
Pa. I servation.

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Mr. and Mn. Ralph Wilson had Mrs. E. Schycon of Brooklyn
a* week-end guest Mr. and Mr*. N. Y. arrived Sunday for a visit
Clyde Freeman and George Freeman with her sister, Mri. M. Silverman. 49
all of New York. Mist Natalie -

Newton of Grand Rapids, Mr. and Mn. E Jones ol North
Mich and Fred Mous of Nashville Branford, Conn., arrived recentlyto
vl.11edr.. and Mrs. Wilson visit Mr and Mn. David Snow.

on Tuesday.Mr. Harold Lowenthal of North how nulich PER P ?

and Mn. Ray Ryan ofChrlatne
Haven, Conn., arrived Monday to
), Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Join hit wife and ton.
Roy Ryan of Evansville, Ind., and
ton, Ceo. and Roy, Jr., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Benson of
Mr and Mn Adrian Jacobs. Cincinnati spent several days here
this week.
Jack Hawthorne of Valdosta, Ga.,

underwent a tonsil operation in Mn. G. Richards and grandson,
the POI Graduate hospital on Jackie Hawthorne of Valdosta
'
Monday. Ga, arrived Saturday for a visit )
with her son-in-law and daughter, ,
Miss Bessie Canady returned to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dixon. Jackie
her home in Mettet Ga,after vlsitl Hawthorne was a tonsilectomy I 5 rilauMtri
g her brother-in-law and sister, patient at the Post Graduate hos- vnfsssllM
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Mr. and Mrs.' T. T Bowen. I pital Monday._ i

Mr. and Mn. Wilbur Albury of The W. W. F. C. of the Florida [ /r aRtW
Fort Pierce are spending several
Church
City Community met
weeks with Mr. A. D. Fogle in Thursday evening at the home of I IMn.

tIBISIrNJ t
Capt. and Mri. L. R. Jacobs have Mrs. G. D'Arbogast left Thursday --
a* their guests Mr. and Mrs. for Mt. Vernon, N. Y., after
Charles Thomas of Akron, Ohio, a visit of several weeks with her
who arrived Wednesday for a brother-in-law and titter, Mr. and

. visit. Mrs. J. H. Simmons.J. I

Coleman irwin, who is recovering H. Fedler of Cleveland Is a Tkl model illuitrittJ it till BUICK SrtciAL model 41 fmr.jHr ti*,i.,
from an attack of pneumonia was guest In town this week. t das f996 Jtlt moved Tuesday,from the Post

Graduate hospital to the home of, Mrs. Netta Dodge and her party
hit brother and iltter-ln-law, Mr.' from Branford, Conn., were engineers talk a lot one of the lowest cosls-per-pound orft

aid Mn. Frank Irwin. Wednesday guests at the home of about car weight and with any car on the market.
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Mrs Elizabeth Fuchs has food reason.
returned -
to Homestead after And wher, else will you find
spending -
TIN CAN MEET STARTS They know that riding qualities begin valve-in-head all-coil springing -
several month in Miami. The Tin Can Tourists of the power,
World opened a two-weeks con with enough road weight to hold you torque-tube steadiness and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Underwood vention at Tampa this week. steady on your course-they know Buick's plussafe in accessories at

of Naranja ora a I: tin Roland Dublin,, leftSaturday Ga.I houses Thousands have of wheeled luxurious Into highway the city that weight is often another measure the figures that apply to the SPECIAL.

of tint above all, they know that
for the occasion. Organized In
Mrs. Cross Stewart and Mn. 'I Tampa 20 years ago, this organization weight means substance, strength, So if a little extra money is keeping
Dave Kufeldt visited in Little I now has more than 100,000 durability. you out of a Buick, take another

River w on Wednesday.R:_ : members. While the second week look at those dollars.

Mr. and -"Mrs. W. E. Rheney I So it's interesting/ nolethatthistrimBuickSPECJAL
hive a* their guests Mr. and Mrs They buy more cir to be.

R.\C. Snow of Lynn, Mass. Tropical Cafe give you mart weight per Not. aim gin with. More size and

dollar thin almost more lubstance.olher .
EI'Vet
Mn. J. R. Brooks spent Thursday any
X door north of city hall ''
and Friday of last week as car ybu can buy. They buy some six dozen
the guest of Mn. B. A. LIndeman HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
new 1940 features, i including s
It Key Largo. With all its husky straight- "
"extra.
many an
eight that'slike
Mn. Herbert Harris of South power-power
Miami and Mn. Harris' ton, John Regular dinner... 50c velvet became engines And you'll get most of

Sparkman, visited Mrt. C. E. Eich- Plate lunch ...._. 35c ire balanced after 't flnrtt MccAa them back in longer life
enberger In Naranja Wednesday.Mr. assembly with all its and higher trade-in value

and Mn. H. S. Brenner, Jr, :Vila Florence leases, Prop. room, and style and com -not to mention your fun
ant announcing the birth Satur I fort- this Buick still bus ::;:::::; t/,:;.:,} and solid satisfaction!

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Help Pram Sf 9Dim a.rtr.ra.-.rtes. Prim *.
Joe M ..Urif .mia IIXIMPUI' '
Year ,411I1'III. 'a"1

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: WILLARD FIFIELD TALKS ON "GENETICS HOSPITAL BALL TO BE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI MUSIC HEADS .
1':1 GIVEN SATURDAY! FEB. M
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AND EVOLUTION" FOR UNIVERSITY CLUB A hospital ball will be held Sat- GUEST ARTISTS AT CLUB MEETING HERE

-- urday, Feb. 24, at the Homestead r

Willard Fifield, head of the Sub- The others present were: Mrs. Country Club under the sponsorship Mrs. Hannah Asher head
tropical Experiment Station talked. B. M. Hmdmsrs, Mrs. T. J. Dialer, of the Kappa Phi Delta Sor- music department of the University Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. J. D.

on "Genetic and Evolution," at Mrs. Geo.PA, Ruehle, Mrs. Ben ority. of Miami and Mrs. Redd. Mr*. L P. McLean Mrs. W.
Evelyn
The of the dance will
a meeting of University dub at Archer Mrs. Lawrence Becker, proceeds B. Mills Mrs. J. R. Rutland, Mrs.
the home of Miss Jewel Turner In Mrs James- Bird, Mrs. W. R. Bird, be used to help buy equipment Pla man Jones, of the same de- S. 1. West, Mrs. Ceo. M. FrloJc,
Ponce 4e Leon Wednesday even Mrs, E. B. Blackburn, Mrs.:''R. J. for the new Homestead hospital partment, were guest artists at the Mrs. Bevo Webb Mr*. Frank

111,. The talk wn made clear Elliott, Mrs. Fifield Mrs. Rudolph now under construction.A meeting *f the Monday Music Webb, Mrs. Julian H. Webster
; through a steady use of black- Mattson, Mrs. Ceo. 1. Polk, Miami orchestra will providethe Club Monday afternoon at the Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Carl F.

board drawing and it was delivered Paul Reynolds, Mrs. J. R. MrI'l floor music show for from the Miami dancing will and be a home of Mr*. C. Hagler Rio. Mrs Robinson, Mrs. B. Gatlin, Mn.
In the speaker1 usual I Mrs Frank Webb, Miss Geo. N. Wakefield and Mr*. C. H. H. K. Foulk Mn. Lonnle L. Hood
witty style. I Mill Hausman. Miss Helen presented.A Steffanl were joint hostesses. Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs. H. C.
,
theme will be
The club voted to hare associate Miss Kathryn Davis Miss Emily Hawaiian decorations.Preston car Among the numbers played by I Nichols, Mrs. H. Collier, Mrs. W.
ai well as active members, Jones and Miss Elinor Payne. ried out In B.the chairman of Mn. Asher and Mrs. Jones In unison R. Bird, Mrs. W. M. Fifield Mn.
Bird
Miss Turner and Miss Helen Mrs, Julian H. Webster and Mrs. tho hospital fund is assisting the on the two pianos in the Rice I C. A. Gray Mn. E. H. Gallaher
Bixler, hostesses, served a buffet Reynolds will entertain the club with the arrangements.Tickets home were "Romance" from the Mrs. Clarence Rice, Mrs. Lloyd
sorority
Webster home March 13. Deitz, Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mrs.
supper. at the on may be purchased from two minor concertos by Chopin;
Joseph Elder. Miss Bertha NUI
"Danse Macabre"
by Salnt-Saens
sorority member, Mr. Bird ;
any
Hausman, Miss Katherine Davis,
II. II. 8. CARNIVAVL JUNIOR CHOIR ENJOYSIIVMBIKGERFRY the Dixie Drug store, Brown'i "Festivals" by Debussy; two Inventions -
by Bach and "CoronationScene" Miss Mary Grace English and C.
TO BE HELD Homestead Haber-
MAR. 12 Pharmacy or Hagler Rice.HOMESTEAD.
The Junior Choir of the First dashery. by Moussorgsky.
The Homestead school' annual Homestead- Mrs. Asher also played several
carnival will be held this year In joyed Baptist a Church hamburger of fry Monday .."..MNM/INNNNMNINNNNh MINMMMIIM piano solos. I I P. T. A.
the Fruit Festival building following The Calendar Red and white roses were used TO MEET WEDNESDAYThe
.night in the city park .-....,......."......--.......,-...,,- in the decorations. Favors of tiny
It has been postponed till March the regular choir practice. Homestead P. T. A. will
12. After supper, various games Feb. It-Official Visit of grand red paper pianos filled with mints I meet Wednesday afternoon at 3
were played. matron of Florida to Ad Astra were given to each guest. Red o'clock for a Founders Day pro
I Those attending were: Mr. and Chapter of O. E. S. and white cakes and coffee were gram.
MRS. FRANK WEBB HOSTESS Mrs. Waudell Peoples, Miss Fern Feb. 19- Sotial meeting of also served.
AT LUNCHEONBRIDGEMrs. I Robertson, Misses Eloise and Norma Junior Woman's Club at Bamboo Others present were: Mr and I REDLAND LADIES AID

Frank Webb entertainedwith Cowman. Miss Frances Lott, Tavern. Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mri. Wm. DISCUSSES BOOTH
a luncheon and bridge at her Miss Eleanor Sullivan, Miss Lillian Feb. 1 -Meeting of Homestead A discussion of the articles sold
home Tuesday. The valentine Swilley, Miss Elizabeth Mctlwaln, B. P. W. C. in Chamber of Com- LOCAL EASTERN STARS at the Orange Blossom Festivalwas
theme was carried out In luncheonand Miss VirginiaDorsey, Mitts Mabel merce building.] VISIT MIAMI CHAPTERS held at the meeting of the .
decorations Ruth Pope, Miss Melba Van- Feb. 19 Meeting of Garden Members of Ad Astra Chapter of I Redland Ladies Aid on Thursday
Mrs. T. J. Faust was high scar Winkle, Miss Esther Rucker Miss Club with Mrs. Joel J. Robinson. O. E. S. visited Miami chapterslast of last week in the Redland Com-
prize winner In bridge, Mrs Julian Phyllla Bell Miss Elizabeth: Home, Feb. 20-Meeting of Redland week when Mrs. Donna Hain- munity Church.
H. Webster was second high score Miss Ellen \ann William Mc- Woman' Club. line of Pensacola, worthy grand Those present at the meetingwere
prize winner and Mrs. Adrian Michael, J. Q. Caldwell, Bert and Feb. 20-Meeting of Methodist matron of the state, made her official I : the Rev. and Mrs. C. G.
Jacobs won consolation Lllburn Nixon, Leon Dane Walter W. M. S. Circles. visit tQ the various chapters.On Nelson, Mrs. Frank Stillman, Mrs.
Guests were: Mrs. A. F. Arthur, Oolding, Wm. McConnell, John Feb. 21-Meeting of HomesteadP. Monday night, Mrs. Ceo W. A. M. Vivien, Mrs. H. J. Armstrong -
Mrs. A. M. Logan Mrs. Lee H. Mackert and Jimmy Schallern. T. A. at 8 o'clock in Neva King Turner, Jr, Mrs. Lloyd Daits and Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner Jr.
Lehman, Mrs. Howard Johnson, Cooper School. Misses Esther and Helen Livingston I Mrs. M. M. Ramsey, Mn. Anna
Mrs. Bcvo Webb, Mrs. Frank Haus- HOMESTEAD P. T. A. Feb. 21-Meeting ct HomesteadP. visited Fort Dallas Chapter in I Mossersmith, Mrs. Thomas Brewer
man Mr*. H. P. McDaniel Mrs. TO ABOLISH CREDIT T. A. at 3V.m.' Miami The same group also attended I and Mn. Goo l>eue1.I .
J. R. Brooks, Mrs. R. R. Atkins of Credit at the school cafeteria Feb. 22-Benefit Bridge partyof the Miami chapter on Friday I I ;I'

Lewes, Del., Mrs Faust, Mri. Webster will be abolished May 1, the Homestead Homestead Woman's Club at evening. !Frank Schneider, Mn. E. J. Dyal,
and Mr. Jacobs. P. T. executive committee home of Mrs. Henry Ruegg Guests of Coral Gables Chapter : Mrs. Herbert Katz Mrs. A. R.
I I decided Wednesday. Until that Feb. 22-Meeting of Junior on Monday evening were: Mr. and' Meybem Mrs. Mondroff, Mn.

VALENTINE PARTY BUD 1, time credit will be limited In Music Club with John McLean.Feb. [Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mrs R. W. Mul- I'Turner, Miss Alice Macomber, and.
BY \\ESIEY: CLASSA I amount to fifty cent a child. The 24-Hospital Ball at Homestead lins, Mrs. J. W. English Mrs. the Misses Livingston.
time limit for credit had previously Country Club starting at
valentine party was held by'
weeks. 10 p. M.Feb. I
been set at two
the members of the Wesley Fellow'ship This action was taken by the 27- Social meeting of 'f9l1 tl."oW.ICII: "a&SnIUIIt'I:aal':70 :UU.t.I .
Class of the Homestead Methodist
committee because the cafeteria I.s Is Homestead Woman's Club in club-
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the Sunday Church School Tuesday building.A evening. In I' non-profit Institution and all house. Till DIXIE DRUG'J.CK
general knowledge contest bills must be met as they fall due. Feb. 58-Mar. 5-Redland DIs- I
( The committee voted to con- trict Fruit Festivsl.
was won by Miss Helen Moye. L.C tribute at least ten of the fifteen Feb. 211-Meeting of Lily Bow FOLK HOWARD JOHNSON
for
Dodd won a contest pinningan .
1 arrow on A heart. Titles of dollars asked by the county council Book Review Club. Homestead, Fla. Phones 30 and 9101
Homestead's of the Mar Meeting of Episcopal
as part expense -
I songs were acted out and a game I I
of the state convention to beheld Auxiliary
of writing telegrams using the Mar I --Business meeting of 100
1 I in Miami In November.
to
words, "leap-year" was played Junior Woman's Club. cord Bottle
Cake heart-shaped cookies! and Break up that

not Those chocolate present were were served.: Mr. and i.) with 07. Pa Steele

Mrs. Lloyd Field. Mr. and Mri. Cold Tablets YeastS

Leslie bitter Mr. and Mrs. Dodd I e \ of
Mrs. O. Everett, Mr*. Alton 1 wit
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Horn, b' Helen Field, Mines I \ 30
I Antionette and Helen Mojre Miss ;)1; _c \ OKY

Nella Souls, Miss Mary McNeiU.J MENUSUi r1Tess .
4 Dave Williams Wm. Nolan Robert 2 C
J Cast; Roy Nelson, the "". J., ,.
J. Richards, and Stephanie Everett *.*
has IN..M 1k...eeNlile... A ra0ovcl I
M MrtM **rf| M tae jrt Nr TK II'. II Ir
MRS. R. O. MOON INSTALLED
MtMh)rttfi U Ik M. MMMktt se
REBEKAH WARDEN PJ.If-" /I 1s I
AS Ionic mt M* ta 11M....Slag |H Ik*
Mrs. R. O. Moon was Installed saiddnMe5.....a ..
we tie oboe yewtlasr
warden of Liberty Rebekah Ledge
Monday night at a meeting In theI. sow 1 U ben ** 4 e
O. O. F. hall. are ---t W_ Ire '
and There
Mrs. Marjorie Kendrick of Coral I ester to swfl* .** bans lees, ) 11 reason

:Rebekah Lodge In Coconut Grove, tell IBM. We "--ill V w 1 why Gall cod Ever

will conduct a school of Instruction Shelton Thermiqne Croqulfnole 'u efl wo chosen for

after the regular lodge meeting ppoo ki Wave the Dionne Quintuplet

next Monday night. ? Le... 11Io__ Tints Madman c- .4 *. Because
Those present at the.meeting I 5..e Purlst i* 'the
were: Mr. and Mrs. Cornell, Mrs.' 1 1 4 ; p
Harry D. Wolfe, Mrs. Anna Mei-, HLICC'S BEAUTY :: cream of the world'

sersmith Mrs. I. P. McLean Mrs. PARLOR supply of cod liver
I
A. W Jones, Mrs. Carrie McCu1-1 .,nl nee tuttrii. Mnto ft easy Ins .1-1& ...cr.b.u... Rase.. oil b i* alway.d.pudallle *
Jough, Mrs. E. S. lilt MnMM.( tun....Mnftn UM ore.rOMrsew fall
f Mrs. Moon. ado Wtttiti an .........mn MM.tttkw Ph.a.isall I I '
I II W..55... 101100 5 ssst......sd55e strength. Be sure

I tern hr eiiMt."fcmtnnltWKtnt you gt Puietesl
+ tutor v test iw Wan.<*n Homestead's Oldest
NEWT G. BALL nit .It ll|>tlM,tl..tea...H. dlMSitt Barber Shop
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FRUIT FESTIVALContinued PREMIUM LIST


I I ( From Page Six) Crust (thickness, crispness, elasticity

II Social Events I 15. Pansies _.. .._ .. 1.00 'f5 .50 quality) .. 10 points
18. Sweet Pen ___. 1.00 ,7S .50 Crumb (color texture, elasticity -
17. Violets 100 .75 .50 ) __ .__ ...... 35 point
18. Zinnai 1.00 .75 .50 Flavor! taste and odor ... 30 point
{ -Z 19. Cacti and Succulents 1,00.75.50

FISH FEY GIVEN MRS. 8TBELLA CHANDLERTO CLASS I -CUT FLOWERS 100 points
AT A. r. ARTHUR HOME WED DETROIT MAN Lot lit Slid 3rd CAKES
Mr and Mrs. A. F. Arthur and Word has been received here I 1. Mixed Flower in Vase 1.00 .75 .50 Lei M Imf led
Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Brooks enter of the engagement of Mr*. Sybella 12. Mixed Flower In Basket .... 1.00 .75 .50 10. Fruit (light or dark> .. ........ .75 .50 .25
tained Tuesday evening with a Chandler, a former resident of 3. One Kind In Vast _.. .. _....... 1.00 .75 .50 11. Sponge (or Angel Cake) .._. 75 .50 .25
4. One Kind in Basket 100 .75 .50 12. Pound or Loaf ____.._._ .75 .50 .25
Arthur Silver Palm to Melvin Hodell of
fish try at the home on Exhibits will be ( r ctioll : .".Nut __..____.._....._ .75 .50 .25
Avocado Drive. Detroit Foliage and Flowering rIa lib. n l.l Layer (Including coconut) .... .75 .50 .25
After supper cooked In the out- The engagement was announcedat Size of plants ..._......._....._ Z5 point IS..Orange or Other Citrus Cake .75 .50 ..25
door fireplace, dancing and cardgames a formal dinner given by Mrs. Cultural perfection ...._ .._...... J5 point 1M Jelly Roll ... .... .___ _..... .75 .50 .25
were enjoyed. Chandler' brother and stster-ln- Distinctiveness ..-._ ........ 15 joint 17. Cookies (tt .. .75 .80 .25
law Mr. and Mr*. Carl Steel, in Form .._....__.___..._..... ....... 25: ,points J& Yeast Doughnut DI"s-d z; ) :75 :.30 .25
Guest were: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Detroit Saturday evening. 19. Baking Powder Doughnut

Bird, Mr. and Mr Bevo Webb, The wedding will take place In 100 point (it dozen) .. .. ... 71. .50 .25
Mr. and Mr*. Frank Webb, Mr. and Detroit March 23 at 4 m. at Cut Flowers 20. Orange, Lime or Other Citrus

Mrs. Julian H. Webster, Mr. and the home on of Mr. and Mrs.p. Sam Size ..._?_._.____............__. 10 point Pie ._.- ..._ ... ... ... .75 .50 .25
Mrs. G. R. Hall Mr. and Mr*. Color _....._.....___.... .._._.... 20 point Exhibit of cakes will be judged by. the following
T. J. Faust, Mr. and Mr*. TomLindsey Kahn, brother-in-law and sister of, Stem _......._._........____...._. 15 point scale of points:
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson Mrs. Chandler. I' Foliage __._'._..._ ....__.... IS points General appearance .... ..._ ..._ 10 points
Mr. and Mr. C. J. Parman, Those present at the dinner Form __.__..___ ".___Oo 15 point Frosting and filling .. .. 15 points
were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause Substance __.y.._......_..... .. 15 point Texture (lightness, grain) ... .. .... 30 points
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Snow of 1 Mr. and Mrs. James Thomson, Mr. Distinctiveness _.._...... .. ...._. 10 point Flavor .... .._....__.___..... on 45 points
Lynn, Mass., Dr. and Mrs. A: M.
I and Mrs. Ernest Wagner, Mr. and
Logan Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. I
100 points 100 points
Mrs. Kahn, Mr. Chandler, Miss
Frick, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Wake.
Kay Wehner, Frank Gillespie, Mr. CANDY AND CRYSTALLIZED FRUIT
field, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hind-
Hodell and Mr. and Mrs. Steele. WOMEN'S DEPARTMENTMiss
man, Mr. and Mr. W. E. Rheney, Lot 1st Cad Srd
Mrs. Agnes I*. Bird, Mrs. Howard Eunice Grady Home Demonstration 21. Crystallized Citrus Fruit
Johnson, Mr*. Minnie Austin of MR. AND MRS. W. R. BIRD Agent, Chairman. ( H pound) .75.50 .25
ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe local chairman assisting 22. Fresh Coconut Candy
Miami Mrs. R R. Atkins of
No Entry Fee (ft pound) 75 50 21:
Mn. W. R. Bird entertained -
Lewes, Del., Mr*. C. I* Houdy- Mr. and All article In this department must be the 23. Divinity ( M pound) ..... .75 .50 25
shell of Augusta, Ind., Miss Natalie the Thursday Night Bridge handiwork of the exhibitor and should not have 24. Fudge (>i pound) 75 .50 .25
Newton of Grand Rapids, Club with spaghetti supper been exhibited for awards In previous Fruit Festival
Mich., Fred Mous of Nashville, Thursday night of last week at the All entries must be delivered to the chairmanby CLASS I-JELLIU. UU.1: : \R ALADU AND

Wm. Parman, Howard Parman of Bird home In Porvenlr 9 a. m. Wednesday except baked goods which FRESEMtS
Chicago and Ardel Parman. High core prize winner In must be entered by noon Thursday Baked goods Lot lit 2nd 3rd
bridge were: Mr*. Julian H. Webster will be judged Thursday afternoon. 1. Jellies ((3 different varieties,
and T. J. Faust B. M. Hind- No prize will ba awarded unless the exhibit native grown fruits shown
HOMESTEAD WOMAN'S CLUB won the guest prize. has decided merit, regardless of competition. There in clear jelly glasses) 1.00 .75 50
man
TO GIVE BENEFIT BRIDGE : Mr. and must be three or more entries under each lot num- 2. Jams and Marmalades (3 dif
A benefit bridge party will be Members present were ber for all premium to be paid. When there are ferent varieties, native
Lee
I given next Thursday afternoon by Mrs. T. J. Faust Mr. and Mn. only two entries, first ribbon will be awarded and grown fruits, shown in clear
the Homestead Woman'i Club it H. Lehman Mr. and Mrs. W. E. second money paid for first place If there is only glass jars) .._ 1.00 .75 .50
'was voted at a meeting Tuesday Rheney, Mr. and Mn. Geo. N. one entry, cash award will be paid according to 3. Preserves (3 different varieties
J afternoon at the clubhouse. Wakefield, Mr. and Mn. Julian character of exhibit. native grown fruits,
H. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Bcvc CLASS 1- BAKED GOODS shown in clear glass jars) 1.00 .75. .50
I The party will be given at the Webb, Mr. and Mn. Frank Webb. BREAD 4. Best exhibit Citrus Products
home of Mrs. Henry Ruegg on Mr, and Mn. B. M. Hindman and U loaf standard size for yeast or quick breads) (4 different product shown
West Kings Highway. Mr. Ruegg Mrs. C. L. Houdyshell were guests. Lot 1st 2nd ltd In clear glass jar) .. JM 1.00 .50Sv
and Mrs. Arthur Code will act i 1. Whit. ..... ______ ._$ .75 JO $ .25 Honey (3 container, labeled
as hostesses 2. Graham or Whole Wheat ...... .75 .50 .25 a* to kind) ... 1.00 75 .50
The club also voted to send notices KAPPA FBI DELTA 3. Not (or Nut and Raisin) .. .75 .SO .25 Exhibits of jellies preserves, jam and marmalades -
before each to PLANS HAT. RIDE 4. Citrus (Orange, Grapefruit will be judged by the following scale of points:
meeting
member The Kappa Phi Delta Sorority etc.) _... ___ _....__._.-.__ .75 M .25 Appearance, sealing, label,
notifying them ef the time will give a hay ride next Friday 5. Banana ,... .....__.-_.....___ .75 .50 M containers) .... .. 25 points
place and date of meeting.Mrs. evening" It was decided at a meeting BISCUITS AND ROLLS (half dozen) Color .. ....... .. 25 point

Joel J. Robinson first vice- Monday night at the home ot 8. Yeast Roll .. .... ....... .75 .50 .25 Clearness 25 points
president, had charge of the meeting Miss Betty Jane Meybem. 7. Cinnamon Rolls (yeast dough) .75 .50 .25 Consistency .. ... 25 points
In the absence of the president Miss Nina Dysl, Miss Mary 8. Graham or Whole Wheat
Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe. Grace English, MM Claudia Con- (yeast dough) ... -.... .75 SO .25 100 points
Mrs. J. D. Redd and Mrs. L P. I ner, Mill Doris Warr and Miss I. Biscuit (baking powder or CLASS J-CAWED VEGETABLES. FRUITS
.. ._ .75 .50 .25
soda) PICKLES AND RELISHES
McLean, hostesses, served tea and Wava Horton were appointed to
I Exhibits of bread, roll and biscuits judged by
cookie CANNED VEGETABLES AND FRUITSLot
make arrangement for the mule
the following scale of point:
The next meeting will be on,and wagon. A wiener roast will General appearance (shape 1st tnd 3rdI
Feb. 27 at the clubhouse. be held In the city park at the smoothness) 19 points Best Tomato exhibit ((3 qt.
Those present were: Mrs. R. J. conclusion of the ride Lightness 10 Points (Continued on Page Ten)
Elliott, Mr*. P. J. Franklin, Mrs I A Hawaiian theme will; be carried
wSY.YYSrtYV':1 %%%Y.tiV M'%% %%%W '%%% %%%*.PLY.W.SY.
H. K. Foulk Mr*. Ruegfl Mrs. out in the decorations for the ttWjttwttwJttw Y.titiS1fSY.YrVL1
Guile, Mrs. Robinson Mrs Redd, t hospital ball which the club I*
Mrs. McLean and Miss Pearl,sponsoring Miss Nina Dyal Miss
Whitaker. Nina Bullard, Miss Frances Lamb
I(Miss Conner and Miss Warr were I FOR
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GROUP ATTENDS! METHODIST

YOUTH RALLY IN MIAMI com-
Speaking on the united Methodist -, WEAR

Churches and the part the Kelly, Miss Iris Caplinger, Misses
:youth of today will hold in It, I j I Lillian and Edith Booth, Misses
Bishop Ernest L. Waldorf, bishop Martha and Merle January Misses

of the Chicago area, addressed aMethodist IMary, Emily and Freda Engle, Miss AND
youth rally l in the White!I
Jean Eby Miss Effie Booth, Miss
Temple at Miami on Wednesday i!Lois Pierce, the Rev. J. J. Richards -!

evening. I[ Wm. Nolan Harry Bowen, BEAUTY
Miss Elizabeth Swain of Miami I Louis and Keith Eaker, Roy Nel- h
Introduced the speakers. I'[son Robert Cast Allen Harford
The Edison High School mixed 'Wm. Mulklns, Kenneth Stone
cfcora sang several selections. [James McCullough and Albert

.portioeA :of the offering taken January.eyyyyyyyyyyyyyyrtyyyyyy. I II Floors that are built with good materials-that are laid
was sent to the Methodist Orphanage I
at Enterprise, Fla. *" I i by skilled workmen-give years of service and grow more
,:Among those attending fromHomestead .
and Redland were beautiful with age. They cost little more than the ordinary

the Her. and Mrs. A. M. Vivien, EXPERT kin I.-and the amounts to few
the Rev. and Mrs. Geo. J:. Deuel, difference only a
the Rev. and Mn. A. W. Forte I mdfcth
cents a on thetfTHA Plait
the Her and Mrs. C. C. Nelson, N
Mr. and Mr Gotch Kufeidt,t BARBERING V4
Mrs. Ivan Moser, Mn. J. W. English l Now you can repah and remodel with convenient

Mil Marybclle Gibbs, Miss
Nella Sauls, Misses Antoinette I HAIRCUT 40c monthly payments.

and Sue Moye, Misses Helen, Mildred

and Margaret Field; Mill I SHAMPOO ...... 40c Call 62 for full information
Edwina Close, Miss Marjorie Redd I

Miss Jamie Richard, Miss Doris i MASSAGE 40c I



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I h1l I FRUIT FESTIVAL :PREMIUM -LIST Freeze Seem as Boost Competition' :


(Continued From Page Nine) club seeing .. .._......__ j Among Vegetable] Producing Sections
Jan-all different plain Exhibit of completed Sixth Year .
ffl canned, juice, pickle or club sewing -_.__ .._.. .__ rJiert; :
mincemeat) ". h....._ ._.n'.n 2.00 ..00 .d 0 Galneiville, Feb. 15. -Greater are the findings based)
S. Best Emergency Meal exhibit CANNING competition between vegetable on the reports he received: .
(to consist of 1 qt canned First Year canning: I qt tomatoes producing section<< of Florida and If the supply of plant lallum.
vegetables, 1 qt. canned and 1 qt. berries or clent, tomatoes set In Februarywill
fruit, 1 qt, chicken, meat or grapefruit _._...._____. .__ between Florida and other producing be over-planted. Seven ,ef
II fish-shown In clear quart Second Year canning: 4 qU.-2 state during. the coming 14 counties indicated heavy plaitIng -*

Jar) ......._.. ... _...-_ ...... 2.00 1.00 .50 fruits 1 soup mixture, 1 I spring be anticipated *. Grower in central lad
: 3. Best Green Bean* vegetable ... '__"'__,,,_ 1 ] may as a'i
I t quart I result of destruction northern Florida;
of may expect-mora
Third Year vegetablecrop
canning: emeren'yD'l11i15
clear ) __ 75 M
( glass > .
.50. in this state the competition: from South'
by recent
4. Best aourc qts -meat, 2 vegetables Florida

glass jar quart) ..._ .. _._._..__ .75 ..so.J : ,";' fruit, relish ......____ 2 abnormally cold weather, a survey grower than in normal yean.
5. Best quart Butter Bean .nltl :1 J. BAKING conducted by Dr .Wllmoaj With favorable .weather, over*
(clear glass )Jar) 75. .110 1 5 First Year baking: % doz muffins Newell, provost for agriculture at production ef bean may be sntial-

6. Best quart Soup Mixture root plain loaf cake ..._._...... the University of Florida, indl-i pated in late Marco.
(clear glass Jar) _.___ .75 .50 .25 Second Ye&r baking: 1 loaf gingerbread cated today. Grower of Jim bean in Brow.
7. Best quart of Carrot (clearglass I t."'- ,, to doz' drop cookies Whether the greater and and Hardee counties are plant.

jar) ._.--.. 75 .so ,,.a unfrosted .- _. ......._ develops, Dr. Newell I Ing heavily while those In St.
> S. Best quart Grapefruit Hearts Third Year baking: 1 loaf yeast depends on plant competitlon'l: Lucie, DeSoto, and Putnam are
(clear glass jar) .. _.. ? ._.. 75 .50 .23 bread, sponge cake or frosted to which production making medium-sized plantings
9. Best quart Guavas (clear layer cake . .. ...... ._.. present planaare
.' glass jar) ... ..-.......... .75 .50 23 Fourth Year or over baking: 1 carried out, and weather and I With 2,000 acres of pepper
10 Best quart Mangoesclear loaf yeast bread, angel cake other natural factors that must be spared by the cold weather,

glass jar) ". .._.....--- 75 SO .23SO -unfrosted, 1 pie ......... ]taken into consideration Broward County will make no additional -
11 Best quart Chicken, Meat or PRODUCTIVE "Normally" the provost explained -I plantings of this crop De-

1 Fish (clear glass jar)...... ..... 75 .2$ Market Basket "vegetables from south Soto and Sarasota are planting
Exhibit of cnnncd vegetable, fruits, or meat Display Vegetables Florida are about harvested heavily
will be judged by the following scale of point: grown by club girl A
when crop produced In central general shortage of plants,
General appearance .. ..... .__. 20 points ((3 or more varieties) 1. particularly tomatoes
and northern Florida begin pepper, and
t. : Display ol Fruits grown by club coming -
Pack ( and uniformIty
arrangement. points girl (3 or more varieties) 1. In, but the freeze has changed eggplant, Is Indicated. This may
)
ColoI.i I.- u .:'. .. :._=_ :: g points Display Flowers grown by club I this situation to some extent this I curtail present production plans.So .

Consistency ... .... .... .... _. .... . 20 points girl (3 or more varieties) 1. While 'a considerable por -
Liquid! .... .' u. .. .. n 20 points of the southern Florida cro's It Seems
SCHOOL EXJII been shipped before the "Remember, son, the proverb
100 points I many vegetable In that soy that there 1 I. no smoke with-

PICKLES AND RELISHES MANUAL were killed by the cold So, out fire""I
i growers who lost their guess you haven't been campIng -
Lot lot 2nd 3rd crop
12. Pickles and Relishes (3 dif- Individual hibit by Manual Homestead Training boys Ex-$5. replanting and their harvest very often Dad,"-Ex.

ferent varieties cucumber, Individual Manual Training Ex- I come along at about the same
green<< tomato, mixed vegetables hibit by Redland boys 5. the harvest In other sections
papaya or guava) 75 .SO .23 i Thus, there will be I Dr. R. J. Eliiott
Exhibits of pickles and relishes will be Judgedby i( than usual supplies of ,
the following scale of points: POULTRY AND BIRD I
vegetable the market
Color ..._..... .._..._....._ .._....._._. 25 points MENTJVo sthis on CHIROPRACTOR
1 Firmness .___....__.._..... ,"..___.. 2J! points spring, it product'on condi ,
.. .. .. Entry Fee (' are favorable and the plant llnrn RId,. Homestead
Uniformity _h_ .._.._ __ 25! points :
Pack ...... .... ........_. __ ........... 25 points The right Is reserved through la sufficient ,. .
this department to accept or reject "We also must not over'ook the
100 points No diseased birds accepted. that increased supplies from
The poultry and bird dep I and Mexico are coming on
CLASH FANCY WORK
Lot 1st 2nd i 3rll Wednesday morning for the the American market as vege- GLASSES J
all
1. Modem Quilt specimens must be In the prices continue high he

(a) silk (quilted) ___.._._. 1.00 .50 .25 intendent of this department by -To .
reiday
(b) appllqued ._..____ 1.00 .50 ..25c Make In making hls'survey, Dr. New- Enjoy'
( ) pieced .........._..._ .. .._.. 1.00 .50 .2:1 agement entries on blanks queried county agents in the Vision ,

2. Bedspreads(a) crocheted .__ 1.00 .BO .25 tinue The until Judging; will: start about : .. of Vegetable the state producing after the recent coun- sr
completed.
(b) tufted ._._--..-- 1.00 .M ..23c
( ) knitted ..._......'-_..._ 1.00 .50 .25 Heavy and light breeds will "v'
(d) embroidered ...._.._._h.. 1.00 .110 .25 ribbon aritely Where there Is no Mr. Leonard W. Haskin'3
1 3. Afghans unless! and second prize money ap.rl.ll.lne I. r... .
(a) knitted .. ........._ 1.00 .50 .23 The exceptionally good pen of vell'j: rllllne and _
(b) crocheted ", n' ..... ... ... 1.00 .50 .23 final decision of the Judges / EI..I Goad vision eases.IOi.t. Feahh,
(c) woven u'. 1.00 .50 .25 The I :"tS't ,ranter enjoyment i ftitorfrofrtu
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4. Old Quilts and Coverlets may bo shown for exhibit Ions management will not be 111N. E In your work Act Howl
Conditioned
that C.mpM.lr Air
any
may occur but will ....
only. the best of attention.hlblrbe l.n..I..1 Tn.a ". Dr. B. p. StebbinsDr.
CLASS S- RIGSlat exhibitor I will be allowed to I
l.ot 2nd 3rd I to another L. W. Stebbins

1. Hooked .... h...... .75 .50 23 SPECIAL NOTICE: Birds 1221 W. Flatter S&Ilaml
I: Turner's Funeral Home !
2. .
Crocheted .75 .50 .25 tlon Class cannot compete In
3. (,aided .75 .50 .23 same to apply to production birds I Phone 3-8315
4. Woven h. .75 .110 .25 There will be a man on 1 4-HI: AMBULANCE: SERVICE
duty II: I: ':: : ''I : : ::11'' :::" '
CLASS 8 -CROCHET WORK department all day, and the night I Lady Attendant I
Lot 1st 2nd SrJ duty In the department at nIght. -
1. Host display of 5 Small Article 1.00 50 23 will be furnished free Phone 564H"meatepd, fa. '

2. Ores or Coat .. ... 1.00 50 M No unworthy hall I --- ,
Sweater or Blouse 1.00 .50 .23 premium whether there IT.eo tI I'I'I
4. Table Runner Table Cloth or Birds, (with the exception of I
Luncheon Set 1.00 .50 23 cooped double unless otherwise DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
5. Pat or Purse .. .75 50 .23 exhIbitor. .
II)
CLASS 7 KMTTlvaIot Exhibitors desiring to sell any AND SON
h& 2nd 3rdI. stock should name the lowest cash :
Host Knitted Article 73 50 .25 blank or Inform the manager. If Consulting Optometrists
the entire proceeds will be given to Office loan 9 to S
LASS EMBROIDERY OR SMOCKING: a. m. p. n 1014
commission Is charged for this W. Flatler St., Miami, Fla.
Lot lot 2nd 3rd Sundays 9 to 1}
RULE: All birds to be In place Eyes r.mlnodGround
1. Host display of 4 or more
nesday, Feb. 28, 1940. All exhibits Closed SaturdaysFree G1aIt.pared
articles .
.100 .50 .29
March 5. No birds will be allowed Dlreetore ot The American" In.ttuk' I
CLASS APPLIQIED ARTICLES from the show without the written e Parking Space School for 0"515kne
loOt 1st 2nd 3rd superintendent ,.
1. lied display of 4 or more The following premiums will 1184 N. )V. 38T1I ST.. MIAMI

articles CLASS IUNDCRFT. .AND. 1.00 THRIFT.50 .23 classes mentioned below: rilUNB S-2131 THE ;"nr'Qohiclat: I

Let M 2nd 3rd Poultry. 3 In class (1 cock and

1. Best exhibit 4 or more Articles 2 hens) .. u. .. ....$ .
Made from Sack 2.00 1.00 .50 Poultry: 2: class I 1.
2. Best Wooden Tray .. 1.00 .50 .25 Pullet I any breed, I pul G. 0. Brewster, M. D.
?t 3. Best Wooden Plaque. _. .. 1.00 50 23 lets and cock .. ._., ... I. '
4. Best Tooled or Copper article 1.00 50 .25 Pullet class, any breed 4 pullets Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat
;. 5 Best Crayonex Wall Hanging 00R .50 .3b ?. '_ -. _." ...". '_ Treatment
: Beet other Crsyonex article t 00 :.5(1,111.3: Highbred : : : ":=:':: :g : :
7. Best 2 article made with Cork 1.00 5050 /.23: Ducks, (only to be shown inpairs. ; Glasses Fittedasste.a.alie12aidb
8: Best 'Weevil' article I 100 : :23 old and young together I
i'' t. Host Looper Clip article 1.00 .SOIO'J .r.o ) "_ .
{ 10. Best Block Printed article. 1.00 50 .2:1 Turkeys (pairs, gobbleryand Appointment
11 Best 3 articles made fromCoconut hen) ._. ... ._ I
Shell Frond or Fiber 1.00 .80' 1.1 Ii Geese (show In pairs) '" .. ... ?._-_ 1. 00te. a. asses x.A_ sadl
12. Best Novelty Belt of any Ji Pheasants (singles, pain trios) I. second JACKS 1rN LLE'S

material 1.00 .50 ..25I Bantam (show pairs) ._____.. 1. __-... rhrItI. I LEADING HOTEL
i l 13. Best Hand Painted 'Picture Pit Games (show single) ._ _.. .
I or Plaque .. 1.00 .50. 29 SWEEPSTAKES toe taw on r a.

14 Best Italian Clay .. 1.00 90 .J3 Best Trio In show u ..... .. ..__..... ( 'nswrs.
4.11 CLUB DIVISION OF n'OMEN'8 DEPART. Best Cock In how ....__.._ SUMMER bead ad,o? beer

MENT Best Hen in show .. ....... ._ bl. A. BERGER COMFORT s... w n ar and
Exhibits In this division are open to regularly Best Cockerel In show .. _. n_...... -awl, .
/ enrolled members of girl*' 4-H Clubs and represent Best Pullet In show ._...__ salt.T.e..ss.d. c. ;a.d
requirement In their regular program of work 11 Dentist was tt..e,.m....mad.-Are1rw
.... .
SEWING Pigeon, 5 or more in class _._...1.30 aa..Ww. .ye.nsorvus
\ Let 1st 2nd 3rd Pigeons, 3 or 4 In class _h._ 1.00 MICIs
r Exhibit of completed First Year Pigeon. 2 in class ...... .. _...__. .50 [ Hours 8: 0- 4:30 COCKTAIL LOUNGE ad
club sewing .-.--. 1.00 80 .25 Large, display pall eensM ef not COFFEE SHOPon.aaa..d5.
I Exhibit of completed Second or more birds

Year club sewing _.. _, .. .. 100 .80 .!3 Roller Canaries, largest display First National Bank ..'.
1 Exhibit of completed Third Year : -"___" u u 500 /fwd..--""- ...,.-It.V Ode,.le.a
: club sewing .... .....__..__. .. 1.00 .SO .29 tiara Mountain Canaries, largest Building -
,{ Exhibit of completed Fourth display: n .. u. 500
Year club sewing "_._..._ _.._ 1.50 ,73 M Yorkshire Canaries, largest dls- For results use Leader.
Exhibit of computed ruth Year (Continued on Page EreBloa Appointment Enterprise Classified Ads,

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FRUIT FESTIVAL PREMIUM LIST


I j (Continued From* Page Ten) awarded special ribbons for first second and third CLASSIFIED ADS

play: .. __._ 500 3.00 places.
rwlrb Caparles, }largest display COMMERCIAL BOOTHS
line Insertion
BATS First Insertion 104 subsequent
: .. .. .......... .. 500 3.00 Best decorated and arranged commercial booth.'Q't.Wd : a ;
Canaries, largest dis to be awarded special) ribbons for first, second and 54 a lint

.. _... 500 300 third place. .J' .-
hJa&nari ', iareC display i 5:00 3:00 COMMUNITY BOOTHS

largest display i_ 5 00 3 00 Best decorated and arranged community booth FOR RENT FOR SALEFOR
,art d., largest display : 500: 300: to be awarded special ribbons for first, second and

:' RABBITS third place. FOR RENT-Apartment*. Sum-I SALE-Nice piece of business l.

Ut 2nd '3rd Exhibits will be judged by the following mer rates. Ben). W Morris properly Good price for

(Best pair Rabbits exhibited any scale of points registered real estate broker cash. Benj. W. Morris, registeredreal

K. breed ... ..... :...... 1150 1.00 I .SO Quality _., ......._..-!.._ ...:.__ 20 point next to Baptist Church, Krome estate broker, next to Bap.

I Bert pair Pigs, under one year 300 200 1.00 Uniformity .. .. .... ........ 10 points Ave., Homestead. (fl6tf) tist Church, Krome Ave., Home
Ribbons will be given In three places In all deMarketability .._.,..... ..-... _..._ 15 points I stead. (flOlf)

partment Variety __...__._ .. ,._..._.._ ...... 20 point FOR RENT-Fufrnfehed house; desire

," SPECIAL RIBBdNS Educational features management 13 point: year 'round tenant. Inquire! FOR SALE-New and used auto
Appearance and 20 point
at Dr. M. A I
finger's residenceN
I PACKING: HOUSE EXHIBIT mobile bodies: flat truck bodieswith

:f Best decorated and arranged booth to be 100 polntaI' Krome and JOth St. F2-9 stakes, pick-up bodies and

express bottles Will sell cheap
FOR RENT Unfurnished
..fH....".",,,.,,.,,,,,..,...,,,..,,,,.,._...,,_..,,..,,"'..,,.,.raw.- ."".. ."""//1""n/l"In..11 ', M of Aiwat. A. D. IStT kM filed add 'by t year. Benj.- W. Morris house, registered I Specter Plumbing Co., Horns
I' Iftate In my office awl has nudePlilicatlon BId,., Homestead Phone 73.
f HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS for tat dad to low thereon real estate broker, next
(F 12 tf)
In
accordance with law Halo Certificate to Baptist Church Krome.. Ave.,

.... ,. ... ... ,,, rmhraeia the followliut described property
t" -"..omun"u"uo."onw"u1"/no/mmu"1 .d1 """"'fH"" """"" ""' """ ,' .. I.11...... In Dad County Florid towltHL Homestead (f6tf)
a 10, 11 and It. Block 4. Beverly HOMESTEAD LOTS
ML II. S. Band Will Gives 'been absent several weeks withappendicitis. ... FOR RENT-Large comfortable
Th. aaMMnunt of said under FOR SALE
Bobby Hams has property
-, Park Concert in Miami | the C.rt.flr.te Wood was la the ..... rooms Froscher's, Oversea!
-- had a very sore finger, Bobby 101 Unknown Unl_ said. Certificate itlll Highway at Florida City. Phone I have the following lots priced
redeemed according law. dead.
I Monroe has the flu and Billy tat
The Homestead High School: will .Issue th*_ on the 11th der o'M.Nh 528J. J19-W) low for quick sale:
Perkins has an Injured leg The A. U. 1"0. Lot 3, Block 4, North Diamond
will 30-mlnute
band give concert
a class i Is now studying the multiplication Haul this TIIo jar of February, A D
ii> In the band shell at Bay'ront park' .840. FOR S A:,"; Park; west frontage

In Miami Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Wynn room is making Indian Clerk ur Circuit Court FOR SALE 460 ft. .
I frontage on subdivision, southeast corner fatIng .
,,,o'clock, when It will provide music I Dade County, Florldv
pottery. Circuit Court Oral Krome Ave 660 ft. Fine
deep
I south,
of the t
for the meeting Bryan Me.
I By N. C. RK.rr.tt D CFeb.
mortal Bible Class. Mrs Cooper's fourth grade is ( >. 18. 2Mar.. I. ., tarsi for growing flowers Price right Lots 14-1S-18, Block S, McClure
building a Belgian Congo villagefor I I for cash. Benj. W. Morris registered Manor. These three lots are all together
Again on Feb. 22 the band will the Fruit Festival. IN TRill COt'NTY JI'Pf.I''II'r MiT IN real estate broker, nextto
and face south
AND FOR 11"1' C'fU NTY FLORIDA.IN .
participate in the Democracy Day Mrs. Fiflelds fifth grade is 'PROHATE. Baptist' Church Krome Ave., Also 10 acres of good rock land;

*, .parade In Miami. studying Indian symbols and I In REt ESTATaToF AGNES"' UCNDER. Homestead. (HSU) the north half of the north half of

Two new members have been I building Indian tents of paper ION. '-.. .' the northeast quarter of the southwest
to the band this-week Florence NOTICE TO CREDITORS USED Roll
tided (24x18) Rim Kitchen
treated to look like skins.
; To All CndlNra and All I'....... H.v.In quarter of Section 3, Township
Nelson who plays the trumpett Mrs. Bird's room is studyingthe Claim or Draandi Against Said Ea. Sinks of high backs, only $4,OS. 57, south 38 east. This
and Grletje Terburg who plays fate, Specter Plumbing Co., Horne range
life
and habit of the cliff
You. and each of you. ar hereby noil.MH tract lines due west of W. K. Wale
the saxophone. Their uniforms BId,., Homestead Telephone 73.fltf .
dwellers and their
making homes. and required to present any claims ton's homeplace about a mile and
arrived this week along with a and demands which you, or either of you. ( )
nay hew ...in.1 the ....t. of AanM just east of a large avocado grove
i\ uniform for the band director, Mr H.nd.nwn d.ctwMt. late nf 00... County I I
Write J. M. Kling P. O.
FOR SALE-On Redland or see ,
LEGAL NOTICES Road
I W. B. Mills. Florida, hi Ih. Hon W. r 81..ton.Co. ,
''On of this week the .." Judea of Dade County. at hi. of. I short distance south of RedlandWoman's Box 82, Deerfleld, Fla. (jl -f21)
Tuesday I fire In the County Courthouse In Dad.
< band assisted the Lions Club In its TALL FOR Bind County, HorMa within .toot nlrnriirmontha Club, cottage Partly'
The City Council of the of
City Hutn..I j from th. date of the first public furnished For
: sale
:: at give-away
in afternoon stead will bid. at their regular
donkey baseball parade the open ) lion hrm>f. All claim and demands not I MISCELLANEOUSSEE
Int. March 4lK. 140, for the of.awarding price. See Wm. J. Geronlmo Legion
I and at the gamIn tht 12-mnnth purpose 1 prevented within the ".... and In the manHer -
a contract (or mpplylni pnwcrlbed herein shall be barred v I
Tag office Homestead.
the city with light b.lbe. ,
evening provided by law AND BUY at flaanMni Variety -
list 01
A the
approximate requlrrments (d8tf i
Dated January 9th. A P 140
for the ., b obtained 1 West Florida City
from Grove
r.rl'f..r.: I II. GEORGE; : : W. FRAZIrR
Senator Graham Is Host Rum.. All bid. .b ,
In the city clerk Office by I must A. Executor: of the Last Will and WE HAVE a quantity of new and I (*7tf 11WANTED
p. ml
To Homestead F. F. A.kA March 4th, 11X11. Ih Testament re.sed.. 01 A.n. 1I..doroon. used Tractor ,arts at real bargain -

H E EDWARDS, !! Pint publicationChapter .n F.b.lIO" I. 1'40.F.b. prices Specter Plumbing I Ii
Clerk
City 2. 1940.NOT7tR .
Senator Cra- O. 18. 12.
visit Earnest
to (Frb 16, SB. Mar 1, 11401 I Co., Home Bldg, Homestead,
'. dairy and. farms. was enSjoyed i iI i I
PI' APPI" ATwf FOR 73
Telephone (f9lf) WANTED Will
by 37 members of Hor:.- NOTRE!: OP. APPLICATION FOR TAX CLEAN RAGS -
TAX DEED I 17157 DEEDArts af loll exchange subscription or adver-
cii
SteadXF. F. JWpter FridAY. I Chaitlee JMM At rf INS File A 1N61 FOR SALE Troprttt plants,
File AIK71 I*. HEREBY GIVEN that Leo tising for clean rags LeaderEnterprise. -
enjoyed teeing this cowl NOTICE rus trees and tropical fruit tr I
lmllked Notice l. her.hr ilvra that Grace R.n.rd'I A. Hauler holder .. _I"... of But and .
{r. and the bottles washed and holder of State mid County Tan Certificate I County Ta'. tertlflratea No Bass and SM7uaued season Jungle Grove Rediani
later filled with milk. The bottles I No. Iwo. .lamed tin tth any tif July, A.I| the Ird day of A....... A. D. H.hu .'6. road and Plummet drive.A .
U. 1t17. has riled some In my offs.. and I filed same In my office. and has made
were sealed and reseated to has mad application for a us deed to hei I application for a tae ".... to U lamed TUTORING WANTED high
ir-rure safe and clean milk. bailed thereun. Said Certificate embraces th..n. REAL BUYI! Closet Combinations school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .
the following described property In .mb,... the followlntfleacrlbed
Said Certificates
Senator Graham's large cabbage County of D.d.. Slat of Florid. to-wll:th'l property In the County of Dad. for only $14.95. Come In H. J. Armstrong, A. B..
farm was being planted by t I' Lot S. Uethe. giibdlvtolon Slat of Florida, ......11 t and see for yourself. Specter I riummcr drive and Country
Hook I. Paso M. In Ih. County Lot 26. Houston H.urhta Plat Book I.
planter drawn by two hoses. The 1>.01., State of Florid Pope Ill In the County of Dad.. ,tab Plumbing Co., Home Bldll., Club road.
machine by four Th eaieenh. ..nl of mid pro ray under I tl Fkrida .. _10'..... In Certificate Homestead Telephone 73. U9tf)
was operated
.. ... r. ... i
ld eertll 1. Wood woo the name No. SM6" The .nt of said property
men. Part of the 84 acres of cab of 8haijand| IV". Co. I under the said Certificate .Weed FOR SALE 2'4 acres on Red land RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished
Calms said eerllllral shall b* redeemedsnrordin9 of Robert R. Conroy1M .
woo In the name
bage was just planted and part to law. the property derril ed 10. Houston HelKhU. Plot Book .. road. Well located for home- I or unfurnished I have yenr
is ready for harvest therein .m be told to the highest bidder Pan III In the County of Dad. State site, $300. Benj W Morris regIstered 'round clients: Benjamin W.
at the Court house door on the flat Monda of Florida. .. embraced In Certificate I
In the afternoon the
group law In the month 01 A..II. 1840. which Ie the No 6867. The aawaament of sold pnxferty real estate broker. next Morris registered real estate
Aberdeen-Angus bulls end horse. I let any 01 AplI. 1140. under the said Certificate ........ to Baptist Church, Krome Ave \ broker N Krome ave. next to
Dated Ihl. 14th day of Fehnarr 1940. woo In the name of Robert R. Conroy.Unles .
and one horse that had at one \ K. H LFATHKHMAN, Hid Certificate shall be Homestead (riltl ) Baptist Church (JulBtf)
time been wild but had been I Clerk of Circuit Court, deemed acconllu to .law the property dfvrlbed
tamed hired hands. Dad County, Florid.. therein will b* sold to the highest ---- -.:-
of the
by one
Circuit Court 8nilBy bidder .t th. Court Houie door on the
The trip was made In David N. C. TFRRETT. D. C lint Monday In the month of March 1940.which .
,Barnes' big truck. On the a IFo. IS. 21. M... I. 9. 1(401 I II rise 4&11 day .1 M.mh ItCU BIRD'SIndorsed
way Dated' this 21th day of January. 1960-
stop was made at the Hialean NOTICE OF APPI.I"ATIOJrOR E B LFATHFKMAN
race track to see the horses trotting TAX; nrFD Clerk of Circuit t 1",10.Co.rt.
Cn.n.
File ItSU I D.d.
around the field. Notice b hereby | ... that H r. Bhlnl ray N. C. IITPKHST D. O.
All members of the chapter are holder as anion" or State and CountyTea CIRCUIT COURT REAL I
Certificate No. 11T14. dated the let (Jan 18. ..b. I. S. IS 1.40.
planning to visit Senator Graham

next year because he will have

his ice cream plant opened then. USED CARS

H. H. 8. DEBATES MIAMI $880 DELIVERSThe

BEACHA unr nard can always represent good Tame but the

non-decision debate betweenthe ones listed below are unusually choice and we recommend >

public speaking classes of New any one of them for roar consideration.

Homestead High and Miami Beach
............................................,
High was held here yesterday and

another will be held in Miami

Beach today. 1937 PONTIAC SEDAN ; very good condition ;
1940 PONTIAC
CLASS STUDIES PAPERS locally owned.

Forhe puropseof creating an I I

interest In books the seventh grade 1937 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR TOURING

boys tions and of Sunday girls are newspapers studying sec An (De Luxe Equipped) SEDAN new tires ; new paint ; excellent .

article Is read each week snd its condition.

relation to books Is studied. Last TO YOU IN HOMESTEAD

week the article "Strange as It 1936 PONTIAC 2-DOOR TOURING SEDAN ;

Seems" was read. The story of
priced to sell.
Lincoln created an Interest for

biography and history and the article $880
about "Clams" and the origin Coupe 1937 DESOTO Convertible coupe ; 5 new tires ;

o( the word created an Interest Sedan 925 new paint ; runs and looks like new.
for the study of words and their 2-Door Touring

origin:

EtEMENTARY 'SCHOOL NEWS '4-Door Touring Sedan 975 1933: PONTIAC TWO-00QK. SEDAN ; very

Flit Jackson's, room made Val- ( I good condition.
II
erjtmes In the shape of baskeUjMrs. I


r.,drawings.f'-1tyan. Edward's for Indian- ill'"room*notebooks new is pupil doing In Preston B.. Bird Motor Co. I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.


Mrs Thurman't second grade He i S. Krome Are. Opposite Tag Office
South Krome Ave. Phone 18
'
Is'from Ind.
ZVansvOle
I 24-IIOUU WRECKER SERVICE I
Several pupils in Miss Ray's OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY
Day Phone IS M bt Phone IM-R
room have been absent because I I

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Page Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday February 16. 1940

!remit that sometimes a play would ---

FESTIVALContinued require five minutes for consum I

mation. IMOGIADTOU ASrCJHL AM ON L of roL bur TNAT'S MOT ALL- t

One) While Torbett might be set up I I' TO COME SHOPPING WITH] [MASON I LIKE TO TtfttC TNEiR MEATS ARE THE YES,
From Page
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as the hero of the games, there YOY PATIWONESTLYTNAT'S WRC/ EVERYTHING tt VERY TINEST-AND TEEIR AND
merchant Cups aim have been should be some orchid tossed at THE NICEST CLEANESTYS IMMACDIATE/ SERVICE IS PHOM7 AS TREY HAVtMonarch
received from number of Miami Dynamite. Dynamite whit coated -i I TOW roil (AULD SEE A NEW

firms and individuals. and fiery, repelled most of tin : YES, IT
A special program for the open Lions' riding advances and prob- 00 r
ing day of the festival. Feb. 28, ably did most in adding hilario 'I;i
will be arranged Mr. Gallaheiald to the garnet. Only a few playen
succeeded in getting on his heating ',.'I'
Amusement features of the testl- back and riding aim to lint I

val will Include a monkey and Henry Cooper, Don Talbott and I
pony show, a BO-cage wild animal Geo. Cooper mastered Dynamitebut
show, a midget how and it was at UM expense of much
she-is i'ejerri tot.
various mechanical rides. The aerial activity. I course
Itcdland District Lions Club will The Lions CW'staged the game, ";. PRANKLIN 1r

sponsor a "jitney dance" nightly for the bentnr! its welfare fund. ,
and John C. Salley Post, American Approximately,300 persons attended
Legion, will to In charge of, eacls.i 5t. '4 :
a beano game. ctic'i M1ikiqc
Mr. Gallaher announced he will
appoint judges and others to assist HOSPITALContinued
In the operation of the festival -
next week.
ALL GRINDSSUGAR
The manager said he is uncer- ( From Page One)

tain as to the exact number of Iron lung could be obtained quickly Coffee 2 c
persons needed for the conduct oti I from the Kendall hospital, Dr.
the festival. He said the awardIng Smith said.A .
of prizes and premiums prob- memorial plaque to young
ably will be done during a single Bird will be placed within the Factory Packed Oft
day. Schools, he said, will not receive hospital. C

cash prizes this year for The country club ball will bel 5-Ib.! Bag
will be
their exhibits. Ribbons given by the Kappa Phi Delta Sor-|
presented winners and each school '
will receive a donation of $50 for orlty. Selected White LillyCornBeef
Out-of-town persons art expected -
its participation in the festival, he to be attracted to the fish Potatoes 10 lbs. 27c
will be {1 PlainSpap"REA
said. A similar procedure fry dinner which will be held I In II i
followed in connection with Future '
the height of the
the city park at
Farmers of America exhibits fruit festival. Dr. Smith said 25 DELICIOUS FLOUR
Because the festival building la local persons will be selected to I I CAN 29C
a permanent structure, exhibitors
will not be obliged to dismantle arrange the affair. I 5 Bd 32
Work on the new $46,000 hospital :I c
their booths and vacate on the 21 the
begun Jan. by
was
closing; day of the fete, as had WPA. The Institution property|! Meal or Grits 5 LBS.14t
been the practice at the previousfruit
comprises an entire city block,
festivals, which were held I Sunsweet
bounded by N. W. First avenue
In tents Mr. Gallaher said. and Second avenue and Thirteenthand >i 4-lb. Tenderized

"MAE--WESF- The Fourteenth entire block streets was donated ,' Jewel Laid pkg. 44C PI'1111ESEXTIlA

by County Commissioner J. D.

Redd. Originally, he gave half of|II

(Continued from Page One) the and land planned for the to use erect of the hospital a new PEANUT BUTTER 24-oz- jar 21 LARGE

mules, mental status triumphed, home on the remaining tracLLater I 2'G. 21c
...
because there was only one score when he viewed the plans
made during the entire two gomes of the hospital he deeded the entire Large Local
This one lone tally was made by block. EGGS 39c J
Tom Torbet astride "Mae West," Whites Doz. Van
Camp'sGREENWICH
a uprightly little aislnlne lass Mae I I
followed not her brothers and sisters DISASTER LOANS II INN
PORK and
in making a baseball-playing Pure Preserves 2-lb. 31c BEANS
I jar
ass of herself, but circled the ,
No. 1CAN
' bases In approved Babe Ruth (Continued From Page ) I __ ..6cNo
style after her rider had socked
result of the freeze. The Interest -
is a
the ball Into the far reaches of .
the park. rate it 3% per annum, and 'caT 17< % 1OC
the loans may extend over periodsup ,
There would have been many
to five years, with periodical
more scores made had not the
mulct been so mulish. According curtailments. Campbell Tomato '
Soup 25CSa1ad
The Homestead office is serving\ 3 Cans
to the rules, the batter, after
Dade, Broward, Collier and Mon-
he had socked the ball, was to
leap aboard a mule and gallop roe counties.
The office of the farm security I I Harvest Noon
madly to first base. But there was '
administration at the Florida City
the rub. The mules, almost to 25coL.
State Farmers Market, opened Dressing
a man, or a lady, Just wouldn'tbe I Qt. jar !
mounted at the critical mo- for the purpose of receiving applications -
bf farm workers for
ment. They bucked, they leaped,
financial assistance, will be movedto
l they pawed the air with their front
South Miami next week, it was
feet, they lashed out with their ITEAVY
hind feet, they butted-In short, announced by William C. Babb, Carrots Chk-R oast "E RN 23e
agent in charge To date, approxi-
II they tried every" trick of orneriness mately 3,500 applications have LB.
to Lion
keep from making
the first sack. been certified.The 2 BUNCHES. 15 C.
from $8 to $30,
grant range
There were few batters that
with an average of $13. Applicants WESTERN
reached first base. When a batter
did succeed In mounting his mule, will receive a duplicate of
their original check a month after Beef Ribs Brisket lb. 10e
it was another problem to get the the first check is received. )cabbaEm or .
steed to first A little more often
than seldom, the mule with a
rider up would streak toward the Housewife: ION 0 II' please be 2c
bate and suddenly become conscious careful with my new polished Piknic 1lam fl" T"$ 15c
of the grass under Its feet hardwood floors." f

and forget everything except eating Plumber: "Dont worry, madam, _
Players In the infield and I won't slip with these here hob- Iceberg COUNTRY

tl outfield, of course, experiencedthe nailed shoes on." Capper's
same mulish troubles, with the Weekly LETTUCE ROLL BUTTER P'.35c ,

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Green: : Lantern: Restaurant: 2 heads. 17 BREAKFAST BACON S LICE lb. 23c


Adjoining Hotel Redland

Airs. Given Victor Proprietor York Smoked Bacon GEORGIA lb. 18c

APPLES

LEAN

DR. c., II. DENBY .5 lbs. .19c Pork Shoulders' 15c



Osteopathic Physician own


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Phone 39Homestead, Fla. I ? A N ? LI5


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