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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00268
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME: XXV111-NO. J HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, HHO PRICE FIVE CENTS





Thousands of I 0utwof, -StigltersD-r"imWit .









To Homestead by ,Fruit Festival I







I Unopposed Slate in View!VISITORS! REGISTER FROM ALL



For Florida City March 11 PARTS OF U. S CANADA AND I


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BECKER ONLYASPIRANT Ij 0 I Fish Near Fry Festival Dinner to Sunday Swell Hospital Noon at Fund Park MEXICO AT C. OF BOOTH 1



FOR I A fish fry, gigantic enough to. stead municipal hospital, now In I the entrance hall.-
)I I accommodate all the patrons of theRedland process of construction The park 10,000( Pass Through Gates I I Gay with flowers and orna- I
I I District j Fruit Festivalwill is across the street from the festi- of Fete During First mental also are the two commercial -
be held at the city park Sun val building. Two Days booths in the main hall--the t
MAYOR POSTSix I day for the benefit of the Home- Choice Florida fish, together Heinlein nursery booth which Is ,

with tile trimmings that go. witha FOUR SCOnE TEN near the center and faces the entrance i
fish dinner, will be served Fifteen and the Homestead Business -
TRUCK HAULING persona will prepare and CLUB IS HONORED and Professional Women I If
:Members of Council serve the food. The dinner cooked Club booth on the north. More
Would Retain Posts THIRTY NEGROES !'over the outdoor fireplace of the Beauty, Unique Designs samples of candy from the candy
Another Term I I city park, will be served for 50c FeatureIajority: tree are served In the Uopual

VOTER PETITION ;CRASHES; 2 DIETwo J 'a plate.In addition to enjoying an excellent of Exhibits tree section.The flower. and plant d,'I play +i:

fish dinner, patrons will gives way to the Chamber of (" Swinging Into lit third day, the
NAMES CANDIDATES i have the satisfaction of helping merce booth which occi r. the ,
negroes are dead and nine|a worthy cause.Proceeds of the eleventh annual Redland District (Continued on Page Three) ;,
Stiling Declines to Put(I others are Injured as a result"of a fair will be used toward af-j Fruit Festival It scheduled to

Name Ballot I[truck accident on the Talbott road ing equipment for the honor members of the Three Score Plant Awards Made,
on near Quail Roost drive yesterday hospital
Fourth TimeA I'I morning The fish fry was arranged by I and Ten Club and visitors from Publication Withheld 1
Florida and six other
states to
Thirty negroes were In the truck,I Dr J A Smith father of the
slate of unopposed candidateswill j which was driven by Ed McFay hospital Idea, through whose efforts Iday. Dr. K. Dahlberg, SUpl'rll1l"-
be voted upon at the Florida I'lot Goulds. They were being taken it materialized. I Approximately 5.000 persons attended ent of Fairchild Tropical Gmrtc''. :
City election scheduled for March jto their places of employment in I the fete on opening day and Frank Stoutenberg, ('"niinlt }
I the fruit and farm area, when,I II Wednesday, and the number of Grove horticulturist judged tin
11.L.. lit said, the truck swerved to plant and flower entries v Becker,
R. at present a city was $28,500 IN LOCAL i visitors was slightly larger yesterday -
( afternoon but the festival I mot o< -
councilman, heads the list as a I avoid striking an automobile and according to the management I
William J. overturned in ditch I ment said the list of prize ;/ 11- ,
candidate for mayor. a Visitors from all parts of
Geronimo, town marshal, and Mrs I'! J. A. White, 32, was killed almost -I DISASTER RELIEF I the United States, parts of Canada ncrs would not be available loi
Flora D. Myers, city clerktreasurer instantly in the crash Ro,- und even Mexico registered during publication until today
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are candidates for re-elec- Cole 30, died on the way to ,LOANS the first two days. "

tion.Roy 'the Kendall hospital tea ambulance APPROVEDj Wednesday was school day, and $10,000 FIRE lilTSP4CIUNG
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L. Niell Is the only new can- Several of injuredare students and teachers of Homestead -
didate for a council post. Others confined at the hospital. Redland and Florida City
on the slate for re-election to the I The negroes had boarded the! Applications tor loans totaling were present en masee at the fair HOUSE
council are John H. Rohrer, R. W.I I'truck at Goulds and vicinity $28,500, made by 19 local growers Bands of the Homestead and Red- 1
Mullins, Alonzo Lewis, Paul Haley,I and farmers, have been approved land school furnished music. AT FLORIDA CITY
M. E. Sever and Charles B. Clin : by the Washington D. 'C., headquarters On Saturday ribbons will be I (
CAR CRASH KILLS I awarded In the poultry
ton.The of the disaster loan cor- depart-I r
ment. .
candidates were named in I II Approximately ,
a petition signed by 50 voters, poration, G. P. Luce, agent In dred fowls have been entered in Fir of undertermincd nun:
PUTS LOCAL: destroyed the two-story picking
which was filed with the town I I'I I MAN, ,charge of the local loan office announced the poultry show which County house of J. H Dixon at Florida.
' Feb. 19. The council Agent C. H. Steffanl is conducting
'I i clerk approved The next step toward City Wednesday morning The
the klate at tnet'tinlast : In one of the ,tents on the
a GIRL IN HOSPITALMiss
Issuance of checks for the loans lOll, $7.000 to the building and
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festival grounds
Tuesday. I will be verification of deeds and I$3.000 to its contents, was partially
Mayor Edward SUUng an- I Visitors from Alabama, Georgia, covered by insurance, Mr Dixon
nounced he "did not choose" to Naomi Davis, 20, daughterof titles and certification of mortgages Kentucky, North Carolina, South I(said
seek office again. He has served and other legal papers pertaining Carolina and Virginia are to be
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Davis, N. W.j I
The Homestead fire dl'partmrntrecel'ed
three terms, one of which was as honored today. Tomorrow visitors
the
I Third to qualification of the
street, is recovering at the '
the alarm of fir at 3.30a.
second Priorto from the District of Columbia,
Florida City's mayor.
In-1
I Kendall hospital from serious loans, Mr. Luce said. .
m. from a person In Homestead
terms Mr. Maryland, Mississippi, West Virginia
his recent as mayor
juries received in. an automobile I I Applications for 18 other loans who noticed the flames shooting
I SUling served on the city council. Tennessee, Louisiana and
accident at Florida City In which
skyward Scores of volunteer fire
are pending in Washington, the Rhode Island will be honored.
companion lost his life
a
early
from Homestead and Florida
men
The South Dude Garden Clubin
;, Monday Is Deadline agent said.
Sunday morning.
spite of the January freeze has City aided in fighting the fire r
For RegistrationOf I Edward Grohn 25, of 213 Cala-., The first check for a loan in this managed to assemble a collection Mr. Dixon said all his machineryIn
County Voters brief avenue,Coral Cable, an employs district WM delivered several days whose tropic beauty delight all the packing house was ruined i
of the American Fruit ago toe farmer Mr. Laos, said. who enter the festival building4 'and that 800 new tomato crates r
Voters are warned that S p. I ers at Goulds, was killed Gro"-I Mr. Luce announced he has been 'Spanish moss festoons the booth'srailing were destroyed He said he intended
m. Monday the deadline for instantly |In the crash. Miss., ordered back to Washington and drapes the broad display to use these when his several I
registering for the county primaries suffered a fractured that his place will be filled by :stairs and forms a soft and neutral hundred acres of tomatoes on .
to be held May 7 and a cut on the head that required 30I J J. Herrmann, who has been background for flowers and ornamentals the glades would be ready for the ;
May 28. The listing of voters stitches to close. nected with the local office 1'1'1 market. '

started Feb. 5.Registration. The accident occurred on the it was opened Feb. 0. To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunlop The fire might have been caused I
places are as old Homestead-Florida City highway goes the credit for this exhibit either by a tramp "flopping" in
follows: Precinct 113. Redland near Homestead. Grohn, it They are assisted by Mrs. R. J. the packing house over night or
District Chamber of Com- was laid, lost control of the car ata THE WEATHER Shepherd, president of the club, by defective wiring, Mr. Dixon
, merce offices, Homestead; Precinct curve In the road when a rear Mrs Elberta Buie and other volunteered 111
garden in bed for the
tire blew out. The automobile 001.... ....... repeal W Un lil>tn'l..l
i U4, city clerk'i office club members.
past several weeks, he was not
overturned three times and Grohn Esa.rta"t Stalk. B..... ..<.
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Florida City; Precinct 112, Immense mule eared orchids on'notified of the fire until several ,
store of A W McVlcker, was hurled through the roof into a section of an old, dead tree are hours after it had been extinguished ,
t i nearby field. He died almost Data Mu.I MIa. I B.r. I R.I.
Princeton, and Precinct ill, an Interesting part of Fred Fl.lch'sexhibit .
i store of Mrs. Anna M. Kelly, Instantly of a fractured skull Feb. 13 ___ I M i 40 |130 51\\ of orchids gathered in I The packing house was doomedby
, Silver Palm. Justice of the Peace Sid L. Ken- Feb. 24 I 172 | ( South Dade hammocks. Some of the time water waa brought to
All persons desiring to vote drick, exofficlo coroner said. Feb. 25 I 178 I 48130.11'j l j these native orchids are beautiful i play upon It. A stiff west wind
I in the primaries must regis A Turner Funeral Home ambu- Feb. 18 I 172 71 (SO.18| and some are rare. I was blowing, which probably prevented .
ter. To be eligible, they must I lance brought Miss Davis to the Feb 27 -I I 71 49 [130 201| Group exhibits i and Individuals sparks and brands from
have resided in the county six Post Gradute hospital and later!Feb. 28 I 81 41 exhibits I In the plant and flower!falling on the nearby Florida East
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I months and in the state a year. removed her to Kendall. i Feb. 28 -d 1 i 50 ] department fill the south side of|Coast railway depot'f.


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Orchids in Local Jungle Give Out Plenty of "Oomph" .:..


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The concentrated beauty of the I condition they enjoyed In their Mr Fennell mates" certain!'land District to establish the I I'was engaged in raising
horticultural tropic Ii found in container at the Jungle, Mr Fen- types of orchids to produce new 'Orchid Jungle 16 years ago. He I the Blue Grass stats flol'era'.J j

the orchid the aristocrat among nell laid Plenty of waxed paper designs or new colors and tints:''
flowers which has maintained Its and a glass test tube are used to and on several occasions blended rte-
"social maintain the freshness of the blossom orchids to produce new fragrances I
landing through
many on the trip. The stem of the The hybrid requires about seven, May the
centuries. Just as Cleopatra enhanced orchid is placed In the tube which years to become the result desired:.
her beauty by the display is then filled with water A rub- by the grower. 1940Rcdland

of the beautiful blossom, tni mod- ber clamp around the.nock of the Mother nature has thefinal, .1
ern milady sets off her looks tube prevents the escape1 of the "yes or "no" as to whether the'
with It-that Is, It the or her boy water. The orchid then Is placedin hybrid conforms to the growers District
friend can afford it I the box and the tube is fastened expectations, Mr. Fennell said.
down firmly. Around the blossom Sometimes the best laid plans and
Orchids cost from $3 up. The I Fruit FestivalBe
up is Indefinite i because the and the tube Is packed shredded I the most exacting work cuml-!
waxed paper and then the entirecontents nate in ippolntment He point-'
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tile I of i pair of orchid plant In I .
England; several are wrapped In folds of ed to the time he blended two, a Huge Success
years ago brought
waxed paper. !flowers in an effort to obtain ;
112000 The price of an orchid I. sl
depends on Its beauty, fragrance In the slat house and the green I(different, exotic fragrance The' J. NEWT LU I1IUS Jr.
and individuality, all combined. house at Orchid Jungle are row I result was such a Nile stench that ,
The usual price of a wearing orchid I upon row of orchids either In the lie was obliged to remov", the II Dade County Tax Assessor
loom 13 to $5 The high bred I process of growing or fully matured |flower from the jungle .
ivbi tit generally collected by They are of the domestic | Mr Fennell .>, a notice of Cyn-
1'1\' ""th and by floriculturists' type and were raised from seeds thlana lv\'.. nd canto tu the R,'d- tJ.
Ii" propagation purposes, are the under the careful hand of Mr. Fennel I -
"'i.tl\ men ). Out irf tic jungle surrounding ---
the building are hundreds of
Mori if hobby than
a a business -
the Orchid Jungle other orchid growing on trees,
on dead stumps rocks and other restIng -

_Newton_....L ._ road oL.. __a, _short. .distance places 'These 1< are growirrgln Priced For
nunn UI x110 eacrll mgnway, la the wild state Saturday Only
operated by L. A. Fennell), veteran -
floriculturist There are several Orchids, Mr. lennell said are
thousand beautiful orchids, divided into two major classes, (OPEN MIL 930: SATURDAY NIGHT)
all different as to color and design the terrestrial and epiphyticthe -
in the jungle and there are type that obtains Its nourish-
ment from the earth and the type
no two that have Identical fragrances -
Every color of the rain- that obtains its nourishment from Actual 1.65 Value Sanforized
bow and every tint Imaginable are the air There is no class that has ,
represented.The been found to be parasitic, he said .
The $12000 alfO the two
greater portion of Mr. Fen- I
DRESS
orchids referred to earlier in
nell's business is the central and I
this article probably is the
south Florida area but his clientele
highest price paid for two suchplants
extend to various sections of the I f
Mr. Fennell said This
United States The trade peak Is
particular pair grew with the
SHIRTS
in the spring months of the
year
perfect images of bees woven in'I
when most of the orchids bloom.
t'
colors in the petals and
Orchids ordered from far distant grown by a horticulturist of were I .
cities are sent by airplane erate circumstances A millionaire
and the> arrive at their destination flower fancier chanced to see the I
practically in the same fresh unusual orchids and boosted his

offered price for them until hei! 109

Expert: to Give Help obtained them for 12000. Later i
I the original owner saw the possibilities -
In Filing Tax Returns of propagating thin unusual :$

design I of orchid and nna succe- t
\ kputy collector of 1II1t'1'I1.11 1 fill in buying bock one I. ,Mae,, \I ill \bi un
aln. I : own LI'. failed to i'. in' l1owel"I' .
| 1, I fi hee design In its next get,, I j
"i ",m, to>i\ i-etum. :Mr Fennell said I White, Solid Colon :t

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JUNIOR HI TEAM I tho eye at the Redland communay
booth. On the back edge of the I
I table is l row of canned mangos
HERE WINS CAGE and above that is a background
of closely stalked pine trees West's Specials

11the Silver Palm booth an
TITLE OF COUNTYThe I array of tropical fruit surrounds j

a rectangular plot of grass on FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
which the community's name Is
basketball team of the spelled In tangerines. Silver palms PHONE 34 FREE DELIVERY

Won Homestead the Dade Junior County High championship School- and grapefruit dolls add Interest .........................................................................................................
A gigantic fruit basket full to
In the Class B division of
overflowing occupies the center of SWIFT'S CIRCLE-S PICNIC BEST GRADE L8.
junior high schools for the second
the In the Naranja booth.
stage
time in two years Wednesday night
Rows of fruits surround the '
by defeating Jtedland 19 to 12 In
HAMS WhiteBaconlO1SHIFTS
basket, and the floor and wallsare 16c
the last game of the tournamentheld decorated with palmettos,
at Miami Edison High School.
palms and bunches of coconuts.
Eight teams competed In the I I In the center of the Princeton
tournament, which started Mon-,
booth are finished brooms and
LEAN WESTERN LB.
day night. The teams were divided GEORGIA SMOKED
the products from which they are
Into two group and the championswere I made-broom corn end Dade
detemlned by the game between County pine that la turned into Pork 24c Bacon lb. 15c:
winners of each group. \handles In one corner Is a big Chops
Monday night Homestead defeated -I pile of potatoes to typify another
St. Theresa 31 to 6 and Industry and In the other corner to.
Tuesday night won from Hialeah I a display of Immense papayas WHOLE OR HOCK-END ,
by a score of 29 to 8. some of which weigh more than FRESH HOME MADE PORKSausage

The Homestead championshipteam seventeen pounds Pork Shoulder lb. 15c
is composed of Don Done I A live fawn in a bit of wood- ,
and Matt Ballero, co-captains, land Is the point of Interest in the lb.> 23cJERSEY
Walter Brannan, Steve Biondo and Goulds exhibit. Fruits and vegetables FRESH }
Roger Glenn are displayed also and palmettos -
After the tournament a group and palms are used as decorations r
composed of coaches and officials CREAM ROILButter
voted Done all-tournament guard In the Perrine booth a display EGGS doz. 29cFRESH I
and Brannon all-tournament center of fruits and vegetables is flankedby I
small cftrus trees and crotons
Done also was voted the most 35c
;outstanding player and was presented The Future Farmers of Amer- *
with a medal I ica of both Homestead and Red-I
land Joined In decorating booth I
The Homestead team was presented a -
with the great seal of their DUE: RIBBON c
with a trophy and each order I Liver
-- and with samples of fruits and : Pig 2 25
vegetables they have !produced Ibs. !
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EXHIBITSContinued One half of the booth representsa Oleo Ib. 14c
section of a garden to show their I Sausage
work In landscape architecture. I ,
Among the points of especial -
( from Page One) interest In the school exhibits. are::I FRESH MEATYNeck 3 LBS. Heavy WI'. 'rn, Branded, Fancy LB
exact center of the building ThisIs the development of the theme, 1
the business office of the festi- "Democracy," in the Redland elementary 1
val and here visitors register and school; the exhibit of linoleum : Bones 25c Beef Chuck 24c '
Obtain. information. block printing by Redland
Two halls branch out beyondthe art classes; ;the murals and soap I
Chamber of Commerce section sculpture of Homestead's art
and two at either side classes; and the Indian project of,
Dade County wayside parks the Homestead elementary school Self-Rising FLOUR EXTRA FANCY 1
are reproduced In miniature in the.j' There are engines, motors and:
' exhibit. other electrical equipment In the : J
Bounty park department's
The wee parK contains a lake on exhibit of Miami Technical: High 5 Ibs. 10 Ibs. 20 Ibs. RICES'22cLard
.j' which boats are floating Grass, School, the only school outside the I I
mahogany trees and tables and Redland District which has space: 22c 38c 69c
benches under shelter complete in the festival building
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the picture. The Homestead Girl SoeuU are
;tI Eight i communities: are competIng operating a, font aid a\Mtion.j ANY-BRAND
:, tor booth prizes In the Homestead Specimens of their. 31bs'. 30cCHASE
, booth. fruit and vegetable, are displayed' the handicraft t
F neatly boxed, arranged.under Broeker,Lumber Company bats. Mllk .
are : 3T 20c ----- - -
a striped semicircular ceiling. built a small housein to booth Can* A SM.RORNCoffee
Florida City's booth proclaimsthe space to show toe latest in.doors,!
fact that that town Is the windows- and Interior and exter-l
southernmost town in the United for woodwork lb.23c
1 States and that it is the gatewayto The Leader-Enterprise has arranged -]|
the proposed Everglades National a headline display so that! Syrup / gal. 35c ,
Park. The booth displays visitors may read last year's local| -----
fruita and vegetables Included in history In headlines On another
EXTRt FANCYMEAL:
the decorations are date and cabbage -,wall the headlines of five years
palms, a huge bunch of,'ago appear, and on the back wall
f coconut and a bearing strawberry -' are the first' issues of the Leaderin 2
Corn 9c 15c
plant. I' 1923 and other issues of 1924-' : :

A compact display of fruit on a 26 The Enterprise was founded in .
large inclined table and on frontof 1912 but no copies are available -- --
this a low stand covered with(except those contained In the

J many varieties of vegetables, greets .bound. files English Peas Ca:on" 9c lOc Black Pepper, 2-cans J5c
ri.uannwi..nn.ln.ui..mia.nwwiwnuxi nw.wnwnm u nn wsuu.i
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BEST WISHES
SUGAR .gs. 25

041.' ,' '' :.';-. for the ),1 HATCHES 3 large boxes lOc

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; & G Soap, 3 bars lOc

" .,. DISTRICT 1 Lima Beans, 2 Ibs. 12cSWIFTS

Peanut Butter 2.ib. jar 25c
JEWEL
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Sweet Pickles iff" 16c LARDOrailges"-LB.BtCIIIT: $1.10!

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ARCHER President ..J Rafter A1e' lrEm ails Th following from MM Item ofh.are. likra IU.MM.Zi
EnUrprlw MtablbM Ha. IS. tall
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to Daft Comedy _. ..._.____.. ___ I'." March 4, 1921 .
Ont.N..f Dd. CMaI _._ ..... fJRAGOM
I -"Jack Frost has again conde
1 scended to make one of till unwell
Prisons OvercrowdedFederal ;_l V come visits to South Florida ." ,
r _"S F. Moftett has
taken
up.
prisons have been ser-
iously overcrowded since 1J30 / :work"at the W. D. Horne Co. as
|clerk.
despite constantly expanding
prison-building programs James "Mrs. Elizabeth Bauer, mother
V. Bennett, director of the bureauof I of J. M. Bauer and Miss Elsie
prison, stated In his annual Ebert, both of Philadelphia, are
report The enlargement of federal I here on a visit with Mr and Mrs
activities, coupled with more vigorous 1 ft, Bauer."

law enforcement, has caused t 4 A -"Fred Schmidt Is giving the
the average dally prison population E. R. Woodbury cottage two coats
constantly to increase, ha laid of paint, thereby greatly Improving
To deal with the situation Mr. its appearance."

Bennett recommended a broad, -"The Homestead Municipal
long range building program As Band will be organized Friday
it m. many prisoners are confined night ."
in improvised quarters located In I f
-"Dr. Eckman of Covlngton,
warehouses basements and hallways
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Ky., arrived an Homestead last
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Saturday morning He expects his
Since 1930 the report stated family a few weeks later."
the federal prison population has
-"Mrs. Dr. Pope of Dallas
Increased 87.3 per cent, and if the' P200hVCNllYIJ&NTHEIJ ,
Texas, a sister of Mrs. Wallace
tine continue the governmentwill "OR/PAS
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fl Johnston Is spending the winter
have In custody S190 more -
t'I EMJ.Y HISTOllY here.
prisoners than It can take cart of
by 1943. JUtS P& "Charley Barnes Is going
In explaining the Increase Mr. around industriously spreading the
Bennett pointed out that during news that he has a brand new boy
1938 alone there were 1.239 convictions I VX1451COyC at Ms house, born this week ."
for federal laws passed "Tom Vann Is the father of a
liner March 4. 1933. From 1937 to Or OS brand new girl who arrived at the.
1918.: the average sentence also AG Homestead hospital on Monday.1

Increased from 14.T months to 16.5 "HardIn Matheson, one of
months, and IS Another factor that AfD'IC/ Homestead's pioneers returned to
hiit. boosted prison population town this week Mr. Matheson has
For ninny years the regular been' away five years and was

federal prisons at Atlanta and Among insects, the DRAGON FLY or explore and colonize Florida, VELASCO somewhat surprised to see the
Leavenworth have housed twiceas MOSQUITO HAWK stands supreme as assumes a prominent place in early Flor- progress that has been made ."
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many prisoners as they were the speedster of the airways Some ida history. These expeditions were Home EC Display Shows
constructed to hurdle at the rate of 60 miles the first colonization
species fly per among very at- "
44 During convicts the last fiscal from year hour. The sturdy wings are controlledby tempts north of Mexico. A colony was Way to Economize
escaped the
temporary quarters set to extremely powerful muscles which established near the present site of Pen- How the income of a typical
take' care af the extra prisoners up give the insect unusual swiftness and en- sacola, but the project was unsuccessful, 'I family composed of father mother
Thirty were recaptured. No one durance. Flies, mosquitoes and gnatsare and the colonists returned to Mexico in and three children can be dividedto
escaped from a regular federal its favorite food and are caught and 1561. This was four years before the take care of all current expensesand

prison, though five tried to breakout eaten on the wing, founding of St. Augustine, generally con- yet make monthly payments I
of Alcatraz January, 1939. ceded to be the oldest surviving settle- !on a home Is shown In a booth arranged
All were recaptured within half In dispatching Guldo de Labazaresand ment in the United States. ; by girls of the home eco
mi hour Tristan de Luna on expeditions to nomics classes of Redland. taught

It m suggested by outside observers I I by Miss Bertha Nill Hausman and
that one of the best nTn..Tn.1 opinions as follows: "The U. s.1 I those of Homestead, taught by

methods of tackling the overcrowded CURRENT I will go In to help defeat Hitler -i ; ,Miss Betty Bow.
situation is to devise a Stalin will double-cross Hitler and Children in CourtBy 1: In this typical family the par-

long range program, beginning In the end Russia will meet its Malcolm Hatfleld ents are 35 years of age their income -
Judge
In the home to educate young COMMENT downfall." is $1,525 a year, and the

people In proper re'JX'efor law By AGNEW WELSH44AA4AAAAAAAAA444444AAAA I' ......"-_..............-..._......,...,,... ..,, I i home they are paying for hi
and irder You may be surprised to know DAILY SCENE IN ANY valued at $3.050 Food costs
I amount to $459; shelter, $288: automobile -
that lower Canada raises both JUVENILE: COUBTAn
Goodwill of Man I Ultor'i Hotel 11I,. W.l.k w.lromMfonmtMtM $150; other transportation -
on hli ''('''raMnt...'' wtothvr sugar beets and tobacco, its 1939 ignorant mother pleaded I $55; fuel and lights, $120;
be
IWnr lnurt m.nt
iir "'1'0"
'Fither people will learn to live with his "Pink',... Add_, _onl. sugar beet crop bringing $3,873-! with a Juvenile court judge "I I furnishing and equipment, $112;
together or civilization will perish ration" Bt.* 10 M I.ml.Agnew Fll Welili. all N. Itdtll 000 or more than half the valueof love my daughter so mucn your medical care, $99; personal care,
from the face of the earth," declares Its entire farm It honor Just give her another $30; recreation $20; movies $15;
Dr. Arthur Holly Compton, Headlines In the West Palm crops. was an chance and I'll make sure this time 'and reading matter, $15. By keepIng -

eminent physicist and Nobel Price Bench Sun say "State taxes 110 up Increase of $200,000.over 1938. that she's a good girl" ', a cow, the family can save

winner, in (the current Rotarian ten tines faster than Its popula- o a Turning to the court psych I $400 a year, the exhibit states.A .
Mugizine This Is not sentiment tion." During the cool weather here, i trist the judge said, "Will you closet with movable shelves

but fact-the basic fact, with the I 'i( I Itr'For !. we were prone to regard the sun kindly explain to this woman whywe Is explained by the caption, "Closet
world'I culture, science, education as a hospitable and important I cannot permit her daughter toy{, grows with the ,irl." A dining
prosperity and social welfare I the first ten months of 1939 member of the great family of remain In her custody" |i room arrangement Is shown In

at lUke Australia produced over a million heavenly bodies-more than a mil- This was not an uncommon request one section of the booth.
The story of.the millennium k ounces of gold, sn Increase of lion of them, astronomers say, one ; the psychiatrist Immedi- -- -
being; wrinen now," thinks Dr. 2.300 ounces over the previousyear. of these, a star, being a thousand ately explained: "While the judge Those Mitchell, Pioneer
Campion In his times more powerful than the Dead
article Science sun sympathizes with you, he cannot "Cutler Farmer, Is
Is Not Enough!" he does not mini allow sentiment to rule his better
mise the present conflict and Its Canada' 200 million dollar war I overheard a child Importuningits judgment when advocating proper Thomas Mitchell, 82, for 35
potentialities for widespread devastation loan was oversubscribed within mother for something desired treatment which will cure your years a farmer near Cutler, diedat
but suggests that It like two days after the books opened, and to the mother's answering daughter. If he were to return her J o'clock yesterday morningat
others will pass. He' praises to- and taken largely by the "big "No" came the eternal childish to you today he would be sending his home following a short Illness
day's almost universal education | money" Interests. Inquiry, "Why?". It received for her out Into society totally unprepared ,
whUh his taught men the folly of F an answer that great concentrationof to cope with the problems A native of England Mr. Mitchell
Ignorance and the pestilences it Florida Is) preparing to send wisdom the all-informative essence of life. If he permitted! your plead- came to Massachusetts In his
brr>H "It Is vital that we go 15,000 trees, shrubs and plants to of knowledge-"Because". ing to sway his judgment, he early youth. When his health became
forward reslstlessty with teaching, New York's 1940 world's fair. It would sin against society because impaired and he became a
learning, experimenting Investigating. will require 34 freight can to An, Oberlin Ohio, college sociologist probation Is not an act of mercy semi-Invalid In 1905 he came to
Inventing, preparing the move the mass. says that the love of liberty I but a means of reclaiming young South Dade county to recuperate.He .
way for the onward march of mankind 0 Is dying In the U. S., England and offenders. The court cannot give recovered rapidly and enjoyed
But With It must go progress The dean of a woman's college I France and they are all headedfor you a second chance because you 'unusually robust health until he
in the art of living together says the modern girl I is too vogue dictatorship. A British military failed In your duty when your I fell ill shortly before his death.
'Science, alone. Is not enough outside and too vague Inside, another ,authority says Great Britain and daughter was first placet on probation Funeral services will be held at
Gtkudwill to all men old In stole verification of the old adage Germany may form a defensive In your custody." 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
ruent, but ever new In significance that beauty and brains are seldom alliance against Russian domi- "That may be so," the mother I the grave side at Miami Memorial
is Uie vital stark needed today twins. nance; and thus the moves con- replied "but I just can't live with- Park. The Turner Funeral Homeis
If goodwill Is- absent as men tinue on the national checkerboard. out her-I love her so much. I'll I in charge of arrangements.
becosno more ana snort dependent! Leon Trotsky, fomwly high In 0 commit suicide If you don't send
upon each other, we can only expect the councils of Russia and now A Pittsburgh man who Inherited her bome-wKh IIW." school and now holds responsible
increase of vicious .strife. exiled in Mexico, said recently $75,000 wants to spend it in two 'You should have thought of I position. The mother, who did not
Hostilities pile up between nations that some day the United States months. If he will come to Miamihe that," the judge remarkedwhen carry out net suicide threat when
bumnew and government labor would reign supreme over a "des- fan be accommodated with a you failed to notify us after your the court refused to return the
and ,capitaL A* men divide Into onto and miserable planet," cUtn- celerity; that will nuke bJe head daughter ten the state with a track child; to> hercustody.now realizes
-uUftonirtle- groups,, science w>4 tag we already had Imperialist swim, for this Is the place.when driver." i ? n*+. ithe;ourt'had actually befriended
technology may become terribly aims, but he thought ours would "A fool and his mosey are soon Three 7I.ral.ter this girl graduted'from's -j both her daughter and

. destrucUvcT;" h*juaon Ell.,the-jltat.'tad socialistic state K' "rtcotni/e .,business hetaelf. .

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Operating. under the belief that I each period of use. Lion I*. a machine that fills and with bichlorlnate solution. Even JPoremmt at* the dairy workers Is 1

a business, especially one denting The milking quarter were designed caps 16 bottles of milk per minute after the bottles have passed a. I. Slinsoa and besides hit "bow .

In food for human consumption by Mr. Parker and he has The milk enters tills machine through the machine they are ing" duties lie serves as a veter-
been informed that the United from an creator which receivesthe given a careful Inspection by a liurcan administering to Dip minor 1
must be conducted with the highest States Department of Agriculture milk from the pasteurizer worker before they are pronounced ailments: of the cows' t Side

possible decree of cleanliness, has recommended the general use I The pasteurizer keeps the milkat ready for refilling I medical help l Is called In if a a's !

the Alpine Grove Dairy North of several of the building fea a heat of 143 degree for 30 ailment is of a serious natureHomestead's j
minutes and the areator cools it ;
Scorns near Waldin tures. The cows are milked twice
road drive dally, and ao accustomed are theyto down to 70 degree HO WOULD I t
ha had marked In maintaining
success -
the procedure that each cow The policy of striving for the M Oldest .
its ethical duties to the walks to her "private" stall with- highest degree of cleanliness Is Barber Shop t .

public out direction by the dairy workers carried out also In the washing -

O. B. Parker, proprietor of the While being milked the cows of the bottle after they are returned Before the event of radio, the

dairy demand that cleanliness munch contentably their food II to the dairy from customers average life of a popular song was D. L. BOWEN

and sanitation be uppermost I which has been especially preparedwith The washing 1* done by a It months Today It Is 3 months I
nine ingredients by machine in which Die bottle undergoes With war over halt the earth today .
thoughts of his men in the conductof Parker four processes Fed into -the air I* full of dramatic HAIRCUT tee ("

the business and his demandsare All machinery and Mr'l the machine from the top, the bottle thrills and chills Radio brings SHAMPOO tee : ,
observed to the letter. Human the dairy are modern and first Is given a pre-rinslng with events Instantly If your set la out MASSAGE tie I"':
hands never come Into contact i date. The latest mechanical lukewarm water. Then it passes of order-Call Us--We repair ALL COOL AND SANITARY r!

with the milk and all equipment through an alkaline solution, after makes. '
L. C. DODO RADIO SALES Expert: and courteous) aervlre.A .
as well. the buildings themselves
which it is rinsed again. The last
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LEGAL NOTICES SERVICE trial will be appreciated 'iNnllwu
are possible kept as near "hospital clean"as process 1* disinfecting the bottle 20!) N. Krome AT/ homestead


The cows themselves, are clean I I KOTlrit or APPIirATION 1 J

both Each of internally them-there and.externally roa File TAX No. Nigel IIKhU .... ...wNwa/. _._.._........:.i.-: ...NNN wrw.ww Iwwwrx.wwrN+NwwNN+llwwN..N ww1 ..ww
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are of f
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heresy l tint Thfod
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them In Mr. Parkers herd-wears!I B.U.r holder M ......r. of city of Nw.e.l,
health certificate in I stead to' errtlflc.u. Numbered 66M,I II
a its ear.
UI7, US. ease, S7M and 6764, dated the ,
The milking quarters where 38 i 41k day of J.M. A. I). Iota h.. flM .
I std ..'un'..... l i. my 011 IN. and IrL '
cows simultaneously relieved hasl I
are apnltaIon for tax deed. to ..
of their milk by mechanical milk I 1.- ill urar4.no. wits taw. Hudontlflmlw

ers, are constructed of concrete iriUMd rnwrtv.trnkftr. MMU4 the hi llovinl Dade d.
and metal and are subjected to+t....... ...... Counly I
!(, .... ,.. Stack I. Cumnwrw Addk.
frequent scrubbing The milkers I' .. KM dip .t 11_..... Cwttlrof f
are of the De la Valve brand and I 1' .. -. s-. .. e7.rtda. be _
broom in .-if..... N... 61". The You Are Invited
are similar to those wed In all I I .nacre d .rwd.r the t

large institution, where cows are .and.. I',6-14110.w... owned was I. 1M MNa I
kept to supply milk for Inmates:I L ,4 06-4 I. C-- A.dl. ..
or patients. i I deer, .. w Cant at K--.
C ry .e ..... at.is of 'Iorld.. ..
The milkers are ateruzed after .heated is C.If_ fl. 6.It. I t
Tb..warns ad "al aw-porty bad"aw to Visit.
ma .,..Sera.wwd wan in die '
Biscayne Day Regatta i owner d U.aw.ww.Lt .
Draws World' 5. Meek I. C-_ Addl&low. .
Champs .. 41w cow d IIn.a-a.d. Connor I
d D.d., at.ft d r1..M.. r enebroM
.. Cenlfonew N... ..... no '
Miami Feb. 29.-Sue world'. s--a.fed prap.ry order "idC.4t.t. the
I..d III IM.._
champions are included in the more
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than 100 entries who will roar Lot SI. Mark 1. Comm ir. A. and bark out a chorus of speed in .. I. .... City ml HomMnd. CoanV
>f Did.. State of Floriu. I
> m-
the 27th annual running of theBucsyne bran 4n c..tI,_ Ne. stSD Th. I 1
Bay r Regatta Saturdayand ..-seat d rod property .radar e.e
said Crrtiflriu iMiwd In u.. .
was room
Sunday over a brand new- at u....tm. 1 1
two-buoy course between the Ve- Lot II. Llvlneeton's Addltloi, I. the -
Pity of HminMd County ... UMflut. >.
netian and County Causeways un- nf florid.. .. ............ In 1
der the auspices of the Miami (:.rtif.... N.. .7U. Tloa a..eneaeentof
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Mid proVrty nndpr the Mid COT.tlflrat.
Junior Chamber of Commerce. luurd wu In the name of !
The event Is the oldest continuous Unkao..n. REDLAND DISTRICTSMODEL
Lot 21 I.Ma'n' Addition In the
regatta in the country and the City nf H..mmtead. County "f Pa If.
big free sports show of the winter Sate of Floril.. u .mb...... In Crrtlflr.U .
No. S754 The MMnmnrnl of
season providing, a highspot for Mid properly under the Mil Orllfl
the winter circuit which started ,. U iucj WH In the Mm of Une

off with a record smashing series Union kno..a. Mid Cortlfinim .k.ll ... rr.. I
do.mod aonrdliK In taw 'n drod will
of Lakeland.The .
races at .,. ..
I. thereon on the Srd diy f April A.
first days events start at D 11140
1pm. and the Sunday races at I toted this Sth day if F..briury A. D. :: DAIRY !

noon. There is ample provision 19t"p; U IKATHFRMAN. t
Clerk I T ('""o.t, ('""rt.
for spectators and the new course Dide County. H..rldi.
will give a better view than everbefoie Clr'?It Court 8e.illly .
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Page Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE .




r t Manual Training, Native Mahogany Again- Prove I _Lure'



exhibit at'I supervises the work in both I stand In this section Other desks
The manual training
{ Chapter House Built by Redland F. F. A.! the fruit festival occupies a forty- schools. are a Sheraton by Jack Harris-and
'r'- a trim business desk
by Virgil
the
foot booth whose back and s de The outstanding pieces in
, To Be Pictured in Forthcoming Book walk are finished in Dade County exhibit are an early American Bailey. Cedar chests by Carl Alex.
!
: ander and Lewis Eukers of Homestead
Dodson -
pine with clear shellac, The natural lowboy made by Henry
I light wood of the walls forms and an inlaid vanity dresser made and Carter Sawyer of Red-
'I' Redland chapter of the Future I( festival held in the community I a pleasing background for the by Harold Radford Critics pro land are shown. Another good Job
Farmers of America has been asked since it was chartered and It has I dull red of the native mahogany nounce both to be as well made from Redhead is a round table
by W A Rom, national exec- won first place in competitionwith professionalJob with checker board in lie center
finished
I furniture which is produced by and as any
utive-secretary of F F. A. who I other chapters in these contests the Homestead and Redland high outside of museum masterpieces done by Estel Lee.
visited local chapters recently, tIn In more than 50 per cent of schools, Ross Reitz has a well designed
of the exterior and interior : such contents Members of the
picture
and accurately made bed
,
Homestead School still Is In the Redland exhibit, the outstanding I finished
of its chapter house with descriptive ,I chapter have placed a large number High In the characteristic dark
the school in the United j is a Duncan Phyffe mahogany
only shop piece
f matter for inclusion in of individual exhibits of project
I that In the
one sees Highest
a revised edition of his "Fun and products in these fairs and States that can label Its products I drop-leaf table with characteristic commercial
I I grade pieces John
Work for Future Farmcn" have won considerable amountsIn with the gold seal label of the Phyffe carving done by Charles
i beds Blair Hick- Kuhn displays a colonial design
Mahogany Association of America. Burr. Twin by
sometimes
known and used prize as
This book is money
which is made
tilt-top team
by all Future Farmer chapters, much ai three hundred dollars In The Homestead shop produces son, a cedar lined mahogany chest a
taken from
pieces than the Redland by Bobby Fisher and a neat smoking drawing a museum
and more
and Inclusion of this material in one year. Community displays John
has
piece. Sykes hand
stand In steering wheel design a
It means that Iledland Chapter packing-house displays also have shop because there are more boys
y will be known wherever Future i been made by individual members taking the work and the equip by Joe Lee Stanly, all Red- some modern style bedside table
of American walnut.
Farmers Mr. Ross promisedto and teams of. members In several ment and facilities for producingit land students, are much admired, I
present I'e chapter with t an I fairs, ppdin most Inltant'eaI are much superior. An octagon table inlaid with Many other pieces, ready for
L. E. Trotter teaches manual shell whose top tilts, a border display, were not shown becauseof
i training I In Redland. C II Rice I stripe table and a bird cage tilt- a lack of room. In fact, a truck
teaches the Homstead classes and top inlaid with a Grecian urn are load of pieces, enough for another

m the same space with the beds, I booth space, was sent back to the
year It furnished plants used in dresser and lowboy These tables school.
the Redland school ground beautification -I were. made by Joe Byrum Harold I I To a person who does not know,
project, and It sponsored Radford and Clayton Camber I lit might seem that the shop and
and assisted with the erection Here also is H comfortable rock- methods work miracles Such Is
I of a rock wall along the south Ing chair made by Archer Dod I I fur from being the case, however,
dnd west boundaries of the school son These are Homestead pieces. Mr. Rice explains. The boys who
grounds. A few years ago It cooperated In the other section of. the display I turn out the creditable pieces from
with the Redland District I the race U between Jay i I both Redland and Homestead are
Improvement Association to make Newton's colonial gate-leg table the ones who have had from three
driving In the Redlands safer by I and James Sullivan's drop-front i Ito six years of shop work m addition .
r I securing dedications of corners at desk Both are handsome and well to summer school and many,
} road intersections in order that I done and both required an enor- i many hours after school, he says.
14 these comers might be cleared of jmous amount of time. When Jay's The work is offered in both
obstructions to the vision of approaching 'table Is extended: 12 people can I schools from the seventh to the
( "niptu I Home it the Redland Chapter Future Farmer of r ,
drivers In comfort.Harold
cat twelfth grade, Inclusive, and the
I Ames" less, v.tuch( will be pictured in a forthcoming book, "Fun Sixty-two cent of the boys (
per Radford, maker of the emphasis is placed on the doing of
and Work for Future Farmers. who have been enrolled In Red-
I vanity, also displays a narrow accurate and skillful work Instead
I land vocational agriculture and high chest of drawers made along of on the cramming of a miscellaneous
4 autographed copy of the these have won capital prizes. In I the Future Farmer Chapter are the lines of the dresser and beau collection of facts and processes
I displays in every local fair or I now engaged in farming and related tifully Inlaid. The Inlay In both most of which would never
tionThe building of a chapter I this year's festival chapter members occupations In this community dresser and chest was made in the be used, even If the student re>,
marked the attainment I have again entered numerous a recent survey shows. Mr. shop and was cut from the piece membered them. The aim is to
I early goal of the Redland F. individual exhibits In the vegetable Baker feels that this percentagewill that was shown last year in the I give the boy some skill and some
M A. Baker. teacher of ornamental plant, poultry, Increase as most farmers become festival The narrow strips of knowledge together with the satisfying
tional agriculture In .. and livestock divisions. established in farming after, rosewood walnut mastic and Jamaica experience of having done
I School. Is advisor of the Redland has placed first once I they are 23 years old. and the dogwood were shown gluedup I something very well. In addition -
I Redland Chapter was I and third once in F. F. A. district) average ago of the boyi who have ready to slice. he has the furniture to carry out
as a part of Florida contents, and second twice and I (Continued on Page Twelve) Joe Byrum has a neat shaving I Iof the shop.
Future Farmer of ,?, third once in state contests. It
1030 Since then It has ranked second In the state live-
live-wire organization: stock judging contest in 1933 and: r q----I

of members drawn from the I first In the state parliamentary I
tional agriculture classes of law contest in 1938. Various
land High' School. This members have won district, state I
like others the country placed'I and even national honors throughthe I
there are about six thousand ; years
ters with nearly two hundred I Highest state
GORDONHOBSONInc.Extends
sand members in the United 1 1pro"ldes ment to State honors-advance-I' .
,
opportunity and have been ,
ance for the development of bers, Jack Fletcher Railey Macey, I
able citizenship traits In its Wilbur Vick and Warren Vtood
bers Membership Is Last November Warren Wood received I Ii ,1 i iI

untary and the program of i the American Farmer degree ', Greetings
each year provides for the highest degree In the
tion in supervised farming, I national organization. ,
ership activities, The chapter has at various times i I to Festival Visitors :t'

tivities scholarship earn in I assisted local churches and other .
savings community .... organizatio s ,In Improving tk>ir I '.
operation and conduct of properties ay'Drawing plans mot
Ins landscaping and furnishing Rhe j I
Redland Chapter has ornaments '.tlants needed. Last

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'[for Orange, Conn., having spent nor, of the English Club had Lee, Donald Hawkcs Will,.,,"
the winter here, occupying the charge of the program. Every Hampton, Richard Ball Charles)
Free cottage on Palm avenue. member of the class had a part In Rohrcns, Don Lair, mid Lois
In and Ground either reading poem by Longfellow Vwnfl. .

I' Mrs. Charles Becker returned to or reciting from memory partsof ---

r her home on Sunday after a visit Longfellow's poems.REDLANI ORIGINAL FROUITTION

Homestead. I with her daughters Misses Isabel .........."............?.10....".."......"..".....".""",,"'... Mistress: "This pie is ab llh.'I'lv
and Mary in Miami. burned Nora. Did you m.iki ,it
I Jim Dixon is reported as seriously ) }<'. F. A.LEWIS according to Instruction in : r

ill the past two weeks at his VKANA. Reporter cook-book
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Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Dill and ,. Mri. Annie NdMn. will leave I home here. """"""."......"......."."""...--......"......... 'f'l11alion.-Ex.Nora: "No, ma'am _lt's me11

two ions left yesterday for today for Sumter S. C., to
their spend Mrs. Leona Tollotlcne left Monday night, 7:30: p. m. Feb. .. ,,..,.....,,.. .
Sanford. Mr. Dill who is manager the summer with her Thurs ."'.."....,""'".....""' ..,,,..,. ," ,
I son anddaughterinlaw for Detroit 26. the Redland Chapter F. F. A. i"
day Mich., after visiting -
of the Florida City StateFarmen' | Mr. and Mrs. W. held Its regular meeting at the
her sister; Mrs. Walter Shutt. I )Dinner
Annual Jiffgs
Market, will attend a I IR. Nabors.I Chapter room.Committee .
meeting of state market managersIn I' and Country StoreEverything
E. Ingelese! and V. Gallo left last reports were gl'nby
Sanford today and afterward I I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brown, Jr., Ektel Lee and Charles Bchrens
week for Boston Mass.wN11NxwNNN1N1NNrwwnxIwmnlNNn.nNNlu. i
will take his family to visit relatives from
.had as week-end guests, Mrs. C. concerning the F. F. A. Federation
in Jacksonville before returning A. Peterson and Miss Elizabeth booth at the Redland District I Notions to Delicatessen
Sunday.Mrs. Baker both of Miami.
Fruit FestivaL
II. II. S. NEWS11XNNINNNN.INNIwwINNMNIMININNINIM (Specializing In HomemadeFoods
Harold Hampton and E!:.tol Lee
W. S. Nevin and her daughter Mrs. Lamar Kendrick attendedthe .. were elected delegates by the )

Wilberta of Wichita, Kan., luncheon and meeting of the HIGH SCHOOL NEWS chapter, to attend the next F. F. THURSDAY,
are visiting Mrs. Nevln's uncle Dade County Council of
Legion A. federation meeting with Rex .
.
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. Carl Auxiliaries Wednesday, Feb. 21, The electric roulette wheel (no Romine and Willis Vick and Mr. MARCH, 7, 1910

Hobson at Nuranja. at the Lindley DeGarmo home in gambling device) lilt now com- Baker, our advisor.Membershili BENEFIT
Coconut Grove. pleted. This exhibition will be a
contribution to the Homestead cards were Issuedat Sacred Heart Church
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hutchinsonand
this
High School booth at the fair. The meeting ...
daughter Margot, and Mrs Mrs. W. W. t
Hastings Is visiting llomntrsd. Florida
work was under the supervision Mr. J. L. Zwlckcy of Detroit,
P. L. Buker left yesterday for Bedford friends and relatives in Troy N. Y. Mich., 11.30 A. M. tot P. :M. w
of Miss Jones, mathamutics and was our guest speaker.
Va., where they were called -
I 5 to S P. M.
because of the illness of Mrs. algebra teacher. Anyone may spin Present were: Rex Romine, Willis I
Mr. and Mrs. David Fredrlcks
the wheel free-of-chnrge. When Vick, Harold Hampton, 11. A. .
and
Hutchinson' Mrs. Baker'sfather 50
Tickets
I Dinner
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J. W. Gillaspie have as their guests Mr. Fredrick'scousins the wheel stops rotating, the arrow Amur, Dean Sickle Phillip teams 1. : .

Mr. and Mrs. David Fred- points to the name of some Jack and Dick Campbell Estol ..... . ... .., .
ricks and Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1 country. This spinner takes one ,
Mrs. Lily Lawrence Bow left Christy, all of Chicago.Mrs. I from a row of flags and places it 1-

Sunday for Houston Texas to in the hole by the country tn I!
spend several months with her Paul Vanlandingham of which he spun the arrow. If hv
son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Perrlne was tnken to the Post has placed the right flax there, .1
Mrs. D. M. Bow. Graduate hospital Wednesday for, bell will ring. It the bell rings,

medical treatment. I the spinner wins u paper doll representing HECTOR SUPPLY CO.

Mrs. Dexter Horne underwent ,,,, ,.. ......,... that country. I
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an appondecitls operation in the : Mr. Hester's biology l'IW-I wit
Post Graduate hospital yesterday.Mr. FLORIDA CITYBy
have an interesting exhibit at the I
Mrs. W. W. Severy fruit festival. The exhibit will
and Mrs J. Tom Vann had
week-end Mrs. Vann's N,............_ .........__......,.,' ... I contain specimens of nature, mostly PIONEER
as guests, marine reptiles.
brother-in-law, E. D. Bruner of Victor Sherman. 16 and Frank

Grove City, Pa., and his daughter I Michael 56, residents of Brooklyn I ELE\U\iTARY NEWS GROWERS' SUPPLY
Miss Josephine. who are visiting at Minml Beach
Mrs. Cooper's room has com-
celebrated their birthday anniversaries
and Mvmbur pleted a Congo village for the Fruit
Mr Reed announce on Thursday at the home of
the birth of a nine pound Frank's aunt, Mrs. Ida Silverman.The .festival. HOUSEOF
daughter in the Post Graduate I house was beautifully decor Mrs. Wynn's room is sorry to lose

hospital on Wednesday.Mr. ated with ferns and potted plants. Ida Mingcr who has gone to Chip-

A chicken dinner was served followed ley, Florida. DADE COUNTY
- and Mrs. Ray Ryan and I by a huge birthday cake. Mrs. Fifield's room has made 1

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ryan and sons, Those present were: Mrs. Pauline bead rings with wire and also have
George and Roy. Jr., have returned I j Schycon, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherman made bead bracelets on a loom.

to their home in Evansville, Ind., j Ben Silverman, Sam Cher- I Mrs. Bird's room has completedits WELCOMESYOU
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adrian | noff and Meyer and Eddie Indian booklets for the fair.
Jacobs Sot several weeks. I man. Miss Jackson's pupils are sorry
I SilVer-j
to have John Foulk, Johnnie
Mr .and Mri. Ernest E. Walters I j Mr. and Mrs. Tom LI Newton and Herman Ilamkar ab-
of Fremont, Ind., are visiting old I family moved from Homesteads I fcent from class because of illness i
friends of Mrs. Watters, Mr. into the Dixon apartment on Caves i They are happy to have Carl'I
Mrs. N. G. Ball and Mrs. Geo. avenue and Seventh street on Smith back with them after a two- ,
j 1 Reed. E.I Thursday.Dr. II week's illness.
Miss Ray's room presented a I

George rOIl-was returned to and Mrs. Frank S. Howe, patriotic play in their room.
his home in Naranja Sunday from I house guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. L. A program honoring Henry W. I I

; the University hospital where he Vercoe, left Monday for their homein !Longfellow's birthday was presented I
underwent an operation on his leg Deadwood S. D. They were Feb. 27 by Mrs. Wynn'sroom. I, TO THE
last week. accompanied by Dr. Vercoe whois The chairman. Marie Con- I I

enroute to Hot Springs S. D., to
The Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Black- spend the summer.
ford Mrs. O. B. Parker and Mrs. I
; Ralph Kingman attended the fifth Harold Lowenthal left on Sun- NEWT G. BALLNOTARY

district meeting of Episcopal Auxiliaries day for North Haven, Conn., after REDLAND DISTRICT
in Fort Lauderdale Wednesday having spent two weeks with his PUBLIC i "

.. family here.
: JERUIT::' FESTIVAL .
Mrs. A. J. Van Marter Is suffering Misses Kate and Minnie Wor- Fire Insurance and

from a fractured collarbone sham and Mrs. Janie Kirkpatrick Kindred Lines
as a result of a fall at her all of Lewlsburg, W. Va., will leave
home In Redland on Tuesday. Saturday, after visiting friends and 1
relatives here. ._'
Louis Churchill of Key Largo AS N. Krone Ave.

is In the Post Graduate hospitalfor I! Miss Mary Cuzzacreo and father! I:

medical treatment. i and brother. Ernest, left last week i
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1 I Social Events in South Dade . I





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ART TEACHERS OF DADE COUNTY TO BE GEORGE WASHINGTON: THEME WOMAN'S CLUB HEARS
I The CalendarMar. PREVAILS AT LUNCHEON DEMOCRACY TALKA

GUESTS AT LUNCHEON HERE TOMORROW r ......"... Mri. Howard Johnson entertained talk on "Buttressing De-

--- Meeting of Ad Astra at a George Washington raocracy" was given by the Rev.
The Dade County art teachen Junior High School James T. Wilson Chapter of O. E. S.
luncheon and bridge at her homeon Geo. H. Ricks at a social meeting;
will be honored at a luncheon Saturday Dade County tuperlntender,t Mar. 1-Meeting of Episcopal
at the Bamboo Tavern bjr of public Instruction, and I. 1 Auxiliary. Thursday of last week in honor of the Woman's Club of Homestead -

Miss Mildred Small, art teacher Pearson, spervlsor et teachers wit Mar. 4 Business meeting of of Mrs. Suwell Harun of Glasgow Tuesday afternoon in the
for Redland schools, and Must judge the exhibit of the school Junior Woman' Club. Ky. Mrs. Harlin a cousin of Mrs. clubhouse

Mabel Williams, art teacher for Special guests at the luncheoi n Mar. S-Meeting of Outlook Johnson Is pending the winter in
Mr. Ricks stated that the
Homestead schools will be B. M. Hindman, pnncipa aI, Circle. Miami. sup

Following the luncheon tbt of Homestead and Florida Cit;r !Mar. Meeting of general W. The decorations, Ullys, score port for democracy was in the

group will visit the exhibits tit schools Carl Wagner, principal f M. S.Mar.. pads and luncheon were in the home, education and religion. Ho

the schools at the fruit festival. Redland school, Mr. Wilson amMr d 8-Legion Auxiliary meet George Washington theme. pointed out that the first letter In

Mrs Berton Folsom of the Miami Pearson. ing in Legion Hall at I p. m. Mrs. J. R. Brooks won the high each word formed the word "her"
Beach Senior High School chair- A fruit design will be carries S Mar. -Meeting of W. M. U. core prize and Mrs. H. P. Mc-
man of the organization Mri. out In the decorations and placi e Circles. Daniel won second high. Mrs R. which he stressed as a Urge factor

Helen Spach of Citrus Grove cards at the luncheon. Mar. 8-All-day meeting of W. C. Snow and Mrs W. J. Clark also in forming the right kind of

M. U. were winners.Others democracy.Mrs. .

KEBEKAII LODGE MEMBERS CO-ED CLASS .TO BEGIN: Mar. H-Business meeting of present were: Mrs. J. A. II. K. Foulk played "On

HONORED AT PARTYA I EFFICIENCY RECORD CONTEST r Homestead Business and Professional Pollard Mrs. Geo. N. Waketlold Wings of Song" by Mendelssohn

'birthduys. of the month" The Co-ed pus of the First Women's Club. Mrs. Julian H. Webster Mra P.' and WalU in A Flat by Bhraras.
purty for the members of Liberty Buplut Church: pf Homestead divided Mar. 12-Meeting of Redland Baker, Mrs. A. L. Hutchinson,
Mrs. S. L West two readings,
Rebekah Lodge was given by Mrs. into two Motions at a meef- Neighborhood Circle. Mrs. Adrian Jacobs Mrs. Frank gave
Anna Messcrsmith noble grand of I Ing held Tuesday evening at the I Mar. Homestead School Carnival Hausman, Mrs. Bevo Webb Mrs. "Paul Revere'i" Ride" and "Grum-
ble Corner. Miss Jamie Rich
the lodge, and Mrs W. D. Mahan, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pope In festival building. Frank Webb, M... W. E. Rheney'
vice-grand. Monday night in the with Mrs. Waudell Peoples and Mar. 13-Meeting of UniversityClub Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mrs. Elizabeth ards sang, "Absent" by Wete.lf.

I. O. O. F. b.lU.Waaftincton Miss Fiances Lott as hostesses.. at home of Mrs. Julian H. fuchs, Mrs. A. M. Logan Mrs. Lee Mrs. M. F. White and Mrs. Geo.

and Lincoln con- The group having the highest' Webster H. Lehman Mrs. C. L. Houdyihell: W. Harris, hostesses, served sand
tests were won by Mrs. J. F. Cornell efficiency and enrollment recordfor i Mar. 13-Meeting of Homestead Mrs. B. M. Hindman Mrs. Claude' wiches, cookies, tea and coffee.

Mrs. A. W. Jones and Bert the next quarter will be entertained P. T. A. executive committee. Campbell Mrs. A. F. Arthur, Mrs I Officers will be elected at the
Murphy. with a party by the losing Mar. 18-Garden Club meeting R. R. Atkins, Mrs. Van Helm, Mrs.: next business meeting March 12.
The tables were decorated with side. Miss Norma Gossman, with Mrs. H. Ruegg. Minnie Austin Mrs. H. K. Foulk, Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, president,
a miniature cherry tree red and Wra. McConnell will head thesides Mar. 19-Election meeting of :Mrs. Frank Skill. Mrs. R. T. Hol- urged all members to be present
candles and red and blue hatchets. Woman's Club of the Redlands. brook and Miss Cora Meredith. I II Those present were: Mrs. B. E,

Various patriotic favors were Misses Eloise and Norma Cos-, Mar. 20-Meeting of Homestead I ---- I Gatlin, Mrs. J. J. Robinson Mrs.
given the guests. man sang several selections Miss P. T.--A. in Neva King Cooper BARBARA JEAN SMITH GIVES T. J. Faint, Mrs. R. R. Kinard,

Mrs. I. P. McLean was presented Fern Robertson conducted a devotional School at ) p. m. BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Gordon Dill, Mrs. B. M.
Mar. 20-Meeting of Gleaners Hindman Mrs. Grace McLellan
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with a pink and white birthday on "Stewardship. Barbara Jean Smith was honored
Class with Mrs. Laban Bishop, Jr. Smith, Mrs. J. E. Van Andail,
rake in honor of her birthday anniversary It was decided to finish paint- on her eleventh birthday anniversary
which fell on Monday., Ing the class room after the fruit Mar. 21-Local exhibit and all- with a hamburger fry Mrs. Zeke Martin, Mrs. A. W.
Those present were: Mr. and festival. day meeting of Homestead Home Jones Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Mrs. J.
Wednesday evening, given by her
I Demonstration Club at home of D. Redd, Mrs. Arthur Glide, Mrs.
Mrs Cornell. Mrs Lena Mackert, Class members present were: parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith,
Mrs Harry D. Wolfe Mrs. Carrie Mr. and Mrs. T. Hamey Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Geo. IT. Wakefiekt. at their borne on V. E. First ave- Paul Carson, Mcs A.' F. Arthur,
McCullougli, Mrs. Mollie Wingate, C. McConnell teacher. Miss Elizabeth Mar. 25-Meeting of Jennie Lob- Mrs. Henry Ruegg. Mrs. Carl
Mrs. R G. Moon Mrs. McLean. Mcllwain Miss Lillian Swil- dell Circle with Mrs. Lloyd Field. nue.A Drawdy. Mrs. J. Holsomback of
Mrs. Jones, Mr. Murphy and tile: ley Miss Elizabeth Home Miss Mar. 17-Meeting of Lily Law- I" pink and green cake and fruit Boston Mass, Mrs. Fanny Shiner,
hostesses Ellen Vann, Miss F ?r Mae rence Bow Book Review Club In lello topped with pink whipped Mrs Foulk. Mrs. West. Miss Mary

Waters, Miss Evelyee Delimiter, library. ,cream were served. Grace English, Miss Richards,. Mr.
1RS. A. WYNN HOSTESS Misses Eloise and Norma Gosa- Mar. 23 Junior Music Club Indoor and outdoor games were' Eicks and Mrs. White and Mrs.

TO JENNIE LOBDEI.L CIRCLE I man, Miss Robertson Leon Dame meeting with Barbara Jean Wake- played. Harris.

The pledge fund of the Jennie Bert Nixon, Walter Colding. John field. Those present were: Jolyne I
Lobdell Circle of the Woman's Mackert, Jimmy Schallern Mrs Mar. 29 -Election meeting of Hock, Betty Schauberger, Donald Circle Five of the W. M. U cf:

Missionary Society of the Homestead Pope, Miss Lott and Mrs Peep I... Woman's Club of Homestead. Gann Fred and Frank Mackert the First Baptist Church of Home-
Methodist Church will be I Mar. 29Local exhibit and Carl and Juanita Smith, Amelia stead will meet at the home of:

acquired through the individual' BERNARD IIINDMAN: HONORED meeting of Redland Home Demon- Hope Witt. Mrs OeD Gann. Mrs. Mrs Harry Schaubergcr: Wednesday

offers of the members, it was decided ION FOURTH ANNIVERSARY stration Club. Lloyd Witt and Mrs E.kew Smith' at 2 p m.
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,it .1 meeting I Monday night,
Bernard Hindman was honored RAIN OR SHINE CLUBHONORS
.II! I UK
home of Mrs. Augustus
on his fourth birthday anniversary MRS. If. HVCKl.KR
Wynn i Saturday with n George Mrs Helen Hackler was honoredon mJDI
On I'MMN holiday throughout Washington party given by his her birthday anniversary at
the M',ii,', members will put aside mother, Mrs. B. M Hindman.A I a luncheon and handkerchief j I
.1 roiLun| sum of money. At the 1 I cake made in the form of a shower given yesterday by Mrs THE DIXIE DRUG

end of the year thin money will I tree decorated to represent a cherry Julian H. Webster on behalf of I I
be used for the pledge fund.Cirrl .
tree was served with cherryice members of the Rain or Shine I JACK POIK HOWARD JOHNSON
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will be sent Instead (If
cream. Club. Homestead Fla. Phones 30 and 8101
flowers.
to the Nick
members of I I Favors of story books were given I Covers were laid for: Mrs Lee
tin circle, It was decided .
Mil.. J J. Richards conducteda the guests. Various games were H. Lehman, Mrs. Fred Redd, Mrs I
played during the afternoon. W. E. Rheney, Mrs. Frank B. Rue
study of the book" 'Achelvlng Little folk present were: Janice Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mrs. Frank
Christian Home .
a I Jrck and Jerry Ferris of Miami, I Skill, Mrs. Hackler and Mrs. Web- "
The next meeting will be held
Neal Palmer Brooks, Peter
ster.
on March 'U: ut the home of Mrs I HClj
Johnny and Nadine Ruchle
Lloyd Field. I Steff.nl, Norton Wakefield.i Npa I The Woman's; Auxiliary of St. i .

Those present were Mrs. Carl 1 tricia Howard IJohn's Episcopal Church will meet ; .
Anderson Mrs Bruce Ennls Mrs. WIiIlO'/t (Friday afternoon In the parrish "
Johnson Cooper l Dick Kin- u-.I: :
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E. A Buchanan Mrs. A. M. Logan ard Thurman rooms at the church.G. '
Mrs J. M bitter Mra Jason
Brian Wynn, and Bobby I
Avcrv. Mrs R. J. Elliott, Mrs Aver; CHOOSE
Huff, Dorothy Linda Sot- Thurman Mrs Augustus Wynn
Field Mrs
Richards Mns Jennie
tile and Dickie and Bernard Hind- I Mrs. Richard Huff, Mrs Jason HARMONIZED
Lob dell. Miss Helen Livingstonand
Mrs Wynn.8O&OalTr man. Avery, Mrs James Sottile, Jr.. and
Others present were' Mrs. M. L. Mrs Hindman. BEAUTY NEEDS
Ferris of Miami Mrs. J. R. Brooks
HAS HAYRIDE Mrs. R. I. Hester Mrs. Geo. D. ADRIAN I *

AND WIENER ROAST Ruehle, Mrs C H Steffanl Mrs.
The Kappa Phi Delta sorority Geo. N Wakefield. Mrs Virginia The harmony that characterizes POWDERS

enjoyed a hay ride with mule and Walton, Mrs. Howard Johnson smart women is yours when you CREAMS
wagon and a wiener roast Friday Mrs Harry Cooper Mrs. R. R. use Adrienne Cosmetics. Face Powders 5 501

after the Homestead High-Andrew Kinard Mrs Bevo Webb Mrs. H.' Creams. Lotions that arc LOTIONS

Jackson basketball game truly flattering arc scientifically
The wiener roast was held in
blended to give you a new beauty COMPACTS
the municipal park.
Those attending were Mr and GLASSES and charming appearance. 1.00 TO 9}_.SO
Mrs. Ansel Barrow Miss Jamie ,
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Richards, Miss Doris Warr Miss
Claudia Conner Miss Barbara To Open I VISIT OUR' SODA FOUNTAIN

i Done Miss Wava Horton, Miss Your Pl 'j OWtbI 1

t Betty Brown, Miss Betty Jane Eyes I .
->..t'fGA'S
I TM fctaoy eta
MB leeslater
Meybem Miss Frances Lnmb. Miss
Nina Dyal Miss Mary Grace English SAW, H Us .... rt"a aIlsorms CAD : fu.uirAtidNiiura M ,

I Howard Kirby Clinton ........ w..... rsei s..f: >-' l. >I->> *

I Bishop, Howard West, t so" r MMIt ad looks .... .. "
Conner, J. T. Godwin, Chute'j el __ We recommend
fett, John Walton, Jack Shelton Thenulque Croqulinole Now !i. the time lor you to let
and Elwin Cooper. Stop .Milt** boot yew 'Y'"..If. sought up on corrtipondfiK Get
t tim la KNOW An .Mm.n.liwU .., Waves this extra quality stationary >pt iil.
I Il
tell Why ".UylDr. .....t shampoo TI... M.riMlto CMflLICC'S 36 In Raleigh shMis. 21, Harvard
"Dr. Leonard W. Jlasklft B. F. Stfbbins Noun Mv.,lop la much.
l ...UllriM !. Strc tirtillw _does I BEAUTY I M hurry Iw this MM.CXSMBOI BIt'29c
tmt fmMGLASSES.. .c I IIL Dr. L. ,W. Stebbins

I 1ZJJ W. FUfler St. Miami PARLOR I \ :1'r14.

141 H. B. imi M, Miami. IV.BM Phone I-1JIS II-tt McCrory Arr. Alice Bahasa,
Mdf Air C dlU "'" ..A I IL .. . J t 1 'O.awOV.rewPwae "s-le t 1I ;TM--let* >,..i itesui. "*...i tt favinrtliwirt' .



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WOMEN'S\ FETE ; Experiment Station's :Fete Display .j


I r Social Events J EXHIBITS HAVE Illustrates 8.U\'NCH Value, of Spraying FruitBy


I creased income to the grower A
Assistant HM-Urillnrirt
WIDE VARIETYEntries BuktraplrtlipHimnl
I I ( station number of the disease and insect
1 -- --:; I pests are shown mounted undtr
UEDLAND DEMONSTRATIONCLUB : Royal Palm League Union In the I in ;years past, the Subtropical glass with examples of this Injuryto
PLANS FOR EXHIBIT Homestead Methodist Church on In the women's depart.j Experiment Station has displayed the plant or fruit.

Plans for the local exhibit of the Thursday of last week. ment of the Redland District Fruit I wide variety of fruits to Impress Two displays: of colored photographs -

Redland: Home Demonstration Miss Jamie Richards sang. Festival presided over by Mrs. upon the minds of the visitors bring very vividly to life
.Club were made at a meeting Friday "Abide With Me" and Miss Mary Harry D. Wolfe, filled the alloted to this the thirty tropical fruits and flowering -
area great number -
afternoon In the Redland Com- Grace English played several space to overflowing and made ,' trees not In season at this Urn
.munity Church.The piano selections.Miss proper display difficult. Tooled of tropical and subtropical Among the fruits displayed, the
exhibit will be held In the Edwina Close had chargeof linoleum pictures and Italian clay fruits that can be grown in the i avocado 1* represented by twelve

church on March 29, which will the program. I work were new and affective features Redlands: The exhibit this year, varieties-Luis. Taylor. Itxamna,
also be the date of the next meeting Following the I Oilier entries that caught
program, punch: aside from showing numerous McDonald Linda. Nabal, Taft.
the attention of tourists were I
and wieners were served q
Schmidt Dunnedin, Hall, Wagner,
fruits, brings to the attention of
charm strings and canned tropical
Mn J.A. Rotterdam, Mrs J H and Eagle Rock.A .
:Singer and Mn W K. Haas fruits as well as candy, Jelly, Jam the growers and visitors some of
were
NEW
MEMBERS ADMITTEDTO and marmalade made from tropical the disease and insect pests to be group of 15 acid fruits grownla
appointed to the club'sdisplay
arrange BOOK: REVIEW CLUB fruits A wide variety of fancywork dealt with in fruit and vegetable the Redlands brings one to a
of citrus fruits and their
Mrs. J. E. Gauzena and Mrs.C. .
and handicraft articles is growing Displays containing! pause when one realizes there ire
product at the Redland District
Fruit Festival i J. Farman were taken into the exhibited. Baked goods, also, is sprayed and unsprayed avocados more ado fruits than the Persian
Miss Eunice Lily Lawrence Bow Book Review in this department. clearly illustrate the value of disease lime and the Eureka lemon. Acid ...;
Grady
county Club at a meeting Wednesday control in matters of fruit fruits on display include the roughsPvrrine .t.tI
home demonstration agent, In another wing of the buildIng I
gave a evening in the municipal library. grade, which in turn means in Genoa, Meyer, sweet
demonstration on harmony in colors A book review Is the Home DemonstrationClub I
was given by ponderosa or Woglum lemons:
booth which: Is presided over "
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each member ctilamondins: citrons, key, Per
Mrs Seymour Dane presented) a The next meeting will be on by Miss Eunice Grady, county mondin, sour ordlle.'kumquat. sian, Rangpur and Buena Vista
program on gardens March 27 in the library. home demonstration agent An Yesterday morning Mrs. J. A. limes r.
Those present at the meeting, Those educational exhibit of citrus prod Jlotherham gave demonstration'
present at the meetingwere .
were: Mrs. J. D. Wysong, Mrs E.I : Mrs W. R. Anderson, Mrs ucts prepared by club members Is,of marmalade making In the booth Papayas are represented by six .
A. Howell, Mrs J. C. Brannon, James Bird, Mrs. Lawrence ,displayed here. It consist of six l and'' yesterday afternoon Mrs E types, of which some are used ai. '
Mrs. H H. cabinets each filled with A. Carter demonstrationof fresh fruit and others in the processing
Burbank, Mrs. A. W. Becker, Mrs. T. J. Bleier, Mrs S. I a tempting gave a
January. Mrs. E. A. Carter, Mrs. L. Dickinson, Mrs Geo D. Ruehle assortment of products of one crystallzing grapefruit peel. plant
.W. U Mahan, Mrs. Charles Lair Mrs. R. J. Elliott, Mrs. Gauzena, of the following varieties of citrus She will probably repeat this Fifteen of the outstanding tropical .
Mrs cala- demonstration afternoon.Mrs. fruits are on display including .
Georgia Gopp Mrs H. J. Mrs Parman and Miss Eleanor -tangelo, orange grapefruit Sunday
Armstrong, Mrs. Arthur Henry of Holferty. W W. Bethea and Mrs Earl custard-apple, sapodilla, bael .,,
West Alexandria, Ohio, Mrs. Dun- 'CIRCLE ONE COMPLETES Cravey demonstrated stenciling fruit, mnmey sapota, black sapote

can, Mrs. Dane and Mrs Rother- I LEGION AUXILIARY DISTRICT MISSION STUDY BOOK last night Kaffir orange, Jujube, voa vanga

ham CONFERENCE HELD IN MIVMI The study of the mission study This morning Mrs Russell and ;yellow sapote There art ..
The fifth district conference of book, "Give Ye Them to Eat" was Hamms and Mrs Ray Schneider photographs of 20 others not is

SORORITY DANCE CLEARS American Legion Auxiliaries was completed by Circle One of the will illustrate the making of season at this time ...

$60 FOR HOSPITAL FUND held Feb. 17 in the Harvey Seeds W. M. U. of the First Baptist, square knot belts and tonight Mrs.R. As a decorative motif, ten speciesof .,
The Kappa Phi Delta Sorority Post home in Miami. ,Church of Homestead at a meet, E. Edwards and Mrs A. D. potted tropical palms are distributed '

cleared sixty dollars at the hospital Mrs Wm. Corwith of New York ,ing Tuesday evening at the home, Smith will show how to make about the display. All
ball held at the Homestead national president and Mrs. Hal I of Mrs T. T. Bower 'I neckties. the fruits and plants are labeled
Country Club, it was announced I Whitehead of St. Petersburg, state Mrs Frank Irwin and Mrs' Mrs M. A. Swan and Mrs. Geo with their name and utility to
N. Wakefield will demonstrate facilitate for visitors/ nodding
.t I our
Bowen reviewed the final
.a. sorority meeting Mondaynight president, gave short talks chapters ,
Italian clay work Saturday forenoon acquaintance with the products
at the home of Miss Barbara Delegates to the national American
t about II o'clock. of subtropical Redlands
Done. The money will be turned Legion and Auxiliary convention Others present were: Mrs G A. I our
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over to the hospital fund to help to be held in Boston In Se p- West Mrs. C. E. Saunders, Mrs
equip the municipal: hospital now tember were elected. Charles Martin, Mrs. Louise Can-
in process of construction. Those attending from Homesteadwere nlngton, Mrs. Will Smith Mrs
.Paper flowers will be sold at : Mrs E. J. Norman, Jr., Mrs. Everett Douberly, Mrs Jesse Greer! WHEN IN !MIAMI. VISIT
the fair Saturday to aid an organization Wm. J. Geronimo and Mrs FrankB. and Mrs. Pete Morgan. :
for thetllnd In Miami The Rue. \
proceeds will be used to purchase TO DORCAS CLASS I THE FAIRYLAND OF COLOR

braille books. i IRIS CAPLIN.GER TO HEAD MRS. C. T. HARPER HOSTESS

NEWLY ORGANIZED CLUB Mrs C T Harper was hostessat FOR GIFTS IN
REV!
J. E. JOIINSTONE SPEAKS Iris Caplinger was elected] president her home to the Dorcas Class of I
TO OFFICERS AND TEACHERS of the newly formed, "Safety the First Baptist Church of Homestead I
The Rev. J. E Johnstone spoketo Pen" club, organized by a groupof at the regular monthly POTTERY AND CHINAFIEST
the officers and teachers of the school students, at a meeting business meeting on Thursday of I
First Baptist Church at the regu- Monday night at the home of last week I
lar monthly business meeting held Mabel Ruth and Allen Pope. WARE
Mrs. W. J. Parker conducted: the I
in the Sunday school building Mon- Geneva Vann was elected corresponding -
day night. secretary and Allen devotional. lULL BAKING WARE

A covered dish supper precededthe ''I''Pope publicity chairman. Cherry tarts with whipped cream) DINNER WARE IN PASTELS
meeting Other members are: Libby and coffee were served

Others present were: Mr. and Jane Buck, Melba VanWinkle, Other members present were: I SINDYUCII GLASSWARE

Mrs. T. D. Piche Mr. and Mrs.J. I Barney Godwin, Jack McMichael Mrs M J Waters, Mrs A D URNS FOR GARDEN OR LAWN!
Lawrence Scott, Mrs. J. R. Dor- John Mackert and Sheridan Mil Smith, Mrs: T E Kirby, Mn J'I
sey Mrs. Quintile Sherard Mrs. R. Pope Mrs Charles Martin
W. C. McConnell, Mrs S. A. King,I ler.The next meeting will be at the W. E. Lewis, Mrs J. ROSEVILLE VASES
Miss Virginia Dorsey Miss Fern home of Jack McMichael Scott, Mrs. M. J. Fleming, Mrs'j

:Robertson, Miss Ann Koch, Miss I L. Lawrence and Mrs. S. A. Largest Shoving In the Sooth. New Designs Now [AL Open
Ellen Vann, Miss Lillian Swilley, The Monday Music Club will .nero Mrs. Christine Appleton of
Miss Ann Shackleford, J. Q. Caldwell meet March 11 at the home of 'Pittsburgh and Mrs. J. E. Van Evenings. We Pack and Ship
T. C. hackleford, William Mrs. B. E. Catlin with Mrs E. H. Arsdall of Mayslick, Ky.. were 1
McMichael, Walter Golding and Gallaher as joint hostess i visitors.

Charles Schafer I. .

MRS J. E. WALLER GUEST Green Lantern Restaurant WILLIAMS I I CORAL WAY 0-

SPEAKER AT UNION MEETING POTTERY and CHINA

Mrs J. E. Waller wife of the
pastor of the Silver Palm and Adjoining Hotel Redland 2931 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-TSM

Princeton Methodist Churches was !Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor
guest speaker at a meeting of the I r

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i half a dozen or more in your arms. Recent additions include Orange and Blue i


ii Native Florida Macaws; Leadbeater Cockatoos; Greater Black or Palm Cockatoos Ii


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t Johnston Palm Lodge 'Gardens Are Horticultural Mecca



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erjthoxlon, quitoensis S., quand-
A horticultural Mecca that draws
dong, mlmusops, balanitei, actinl-
thousands of persons yearly from
dia, strlcknosl splnosa
all parts of the world, Col H W t mang mao
; Johnston, Palm Lodge Tropical (2)), nux vomica, lustania, pithecolobium
dulce, satin fruit, C8<<0-
Gardens on Avocado drive near '
I pia, cudrambla jovoehsts; monster -
Krome road, ,is said to comprise a
deliclosa, vanilla (2), Arabian -
one of the largest groups of IJUt-I r
coffee ((3)), beaylllla, em-
door-grown tropical tree and
NT bloco, tamentossa, julgani pemula
plank raised by man. The gardens t /
J cocolobli, pistachio, ramontchl.
cover 30 acres and there are
ratauguresse, lovl-lovl, elephant
approximately 8,000 different varieties apple, phylanthus, zlcycum dulae-
of plant life growing In
them. fiam, physic or Mexican nut
chaya, Malay apple, rambutan
Col Johnston came to the Red velvet apple, forbidden fruit, mor-
land District from Lebanon Ky Inga, morinda, kel apple, Queensland
In 1912 shortly after retiring as nut, date palm, passion fruit,
n hardware merchant lie had no ocomba spinosa, genipl cochin
basic education In horticulturi or goraka, algoroba, Ceylon olive
floriculture but he had a great wampee p wa Java almond, ram-
.
1 In i for growing things, and he f bia breadfruit mnlphygla, per
mi,.iblishc'd Ins gardens to know wiski bail fruit dombel, nam-

them hctu. After reading ill nam, wax jambu, anchova pear,
iv.iilnble, books on horticulture t i water lemon santal
pmtiruliily those on tropical trees } a f f .
and plant, lie set to work building t

up his Burdens 4 IfN. GROVERSVIIIP

i Sn well has Col. Johnston
"i'Ion bringing his .uI'.1 I
hutuultural par excellence that
scientists. botanists and those who ASSEASONCLOSES
IK Just curious swell the throng

until, approximately 50000 persons .
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now are visiting the gardens year- -- :
The varsity team of the Homestead -
ly Learned men come from all Palm Lodge the home of Col and Mr H. W Johnston, as drawn by Robert L Ripley for
parts of the world and on not Infrequent his "Believe It Or Not" syndicated newspaper feature. I High School rounded out Its
occasions a visitor will season last Friday night by defeating -
come thousands of miles for the I Andrew Jackson 39 to 32
note purpose of studying a single gingerbread palm whose fruit has a tree, before maturity, Is laid to''I represented are. Akee, cashew nut I The game was played In the Grow
plant Henry Ford It a friend of taste similar to that of gingerbread contain deadly poison and African 'I imbu Imbu, ambarella sugar apple I II I er*' gym The record of the local
Cot Johnston and 'has paid several and is highly prized as a food In native use it to poison arrows I coconut, olive soursnp bul I team for the season show 13 wins
:) visits to the gardens The I its native Africa Near these palm The poison is said to kill instantly lock's heart, ilama, pond apple ,I and 8 losses
are several trees around which are But when the fn't' reaches ma- soncoya, rollinla mucosa, Isis gram, I I The Growers, during the past
Ink Thomas A. Edison and Harvey
Fin'stone also were cronies of I(I winding inch-thick vines. These turity the poison disappear and purple and sweet grenadilla man- several weeks, have been playing
Col Fohnstonc vine are the orchid vine from the fruit becomes nutritious and zamlla icaco, pitange, jaboticaba, I bunt-up basketball and have given
I which commercial vanilla is extracted ''i.I highly prized as an article of feljoa, jambolan, rose apple, pin- I i, pretty good Indications that they
Johnston used to register :I This orchid starts out food tamba, antedesma, litchi, mamon- : will be tough customers In the
his noted guests but lave this up, from the ground but when it attains Lemon grass fringes the walksof cillo, sapodilla (two), white, golden : coming district tournament. Many
hi said because the list grew too growth of several feet cuts and yellow lapote, star
a
the garden and draw the Interest green fan believe they have what it
lung However, he still has recordsof I itself from its root and becomesan of visitors The juice of this apple, canlstel, ties, locumo, ma- take to go far In the state tournament -
visits of Kurds of Asia, Indian airplant I mee, rheedia madrone, jak fruit,
grass hat a distinct lemon flavor, The boy have been doing
potentates, Arabs from Bagdad and Then there I I. the butter palm and Col Johnston explains that it marang, langsat, averrhoa caram- everything good basketball playersdo
Damascus, dentists from Tripoli,\ I Its' bola, tamrlnd, carissa (Natal plum, ,
which the United States Depart used to make lemon extract In" each of their last five or
English noblemen and many other ment of Agriculture is said to have I| There are ten varieties of oranges 2) karandai, Java plum, unkokolo, six games, especially In the matter -
notables. Informed Col. Johnston could not six of grapefruit, four f' tuna, pitaya date (3), garcinnia, of making baskets During
With true Southern hospitality,, be .made to grow in this district. lime, two of lemons, six of tangerines the last four game they have
Col Johnston charges no admission Col Johnston produced this palm two of tangelos, two of averaged 41 plont per tilt, which
to his gardens and conducts I from seed. It stands 15 feet high citron, five of pineapple, 30 of I Is considered tops when it come
Dr. R. J. Elliott
all visitors among his trees and and I I. producing fruit In abundance avocados, 20 of mangos, three of to scoring. Too, the. boy apparently -
plants and gives details of their !. The fruit tastes like butter figs, 10 of papaya, five of loquats, sensed the grind ahead of
history and habits Hi home li I The African mulberry tree li 15 of guavas, five of pomegranates CIIIROrRACTOR I them Inthe tournament and

typical of the South and nestles In a "card", Its fruit taste more and three of cocoa I Horn IIld,. Homestead showed more determination, aggressiveness -
t
a paradise of palm and other I delicious than any other mulberrybut I Other tropical fruit and plants and willingness to
beautiful foliage Also he has
a It smell like limburger cheese work a* a unit.
alit house, a packing house and I A curious tree, the despair of
a cunning house, botanists in determining how other 2111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111IIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIII IIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIll1164fiiL
In the packing house, Col Johnston than a citrus tree can produce
takes care of his large aloe I oranges Is the African myrtle tree
vein trade. At present there an which produces in profusion small
approximately 2,000,000 of these oranges It comes from the Medi-
medicine plants growing on his terranean countries The seven
property and weekly he sends |year apple tree from Africa re- I When You Go Shopping I

hundreds customers of over aloe the vera United leaves States to {Iquired fruit. seven years to ripen its .

Col Johnston's daughter, Mrs Al- Another unique tree Is the African =- =
bert Caves. has a lively businessin pear tree The fruit of this --- ----
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approximately 300 varieties. Turner's Funeral Home ---- ----
One of the most beautiful palms -- ---
in Palm Lodge Garden Is the sea- 14-HI AMBULANCE 8ERV1CI --- ---
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forthla clcgnns palm 1has a Lady Alteadaai --

lender trunk and a thick thatch = You to the best know. of to the-m
place
of feathery fronds It produce Phone 5M-R homestead ra. go you get
an edible fruit Near it stands the = ,

best buy for your money. fl

Be can that :year ere are a*\

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST god tested aa at year lead knk see* -have*.. then year Now is the best time in the history of this district|'


DR. F. P. ARCHER = to buy. Call on your real estate. broker and look:1

Offk Hour: .. so. .. I 9. a*. AND SON

Closed 1..7.falurdan t ..11 Consulting Optometrist I over his listings. 1 C

16Z4 W. FUcler It. Miami Ft*.

Free Parking: Space __ &n.1-to 01_ a.s.a.e." Graved I have all kinds and prices to suit you at this time.

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! DR.M.A.BERGERDentist G. 0. Brewster, AI. D. II Benjamin Warren Morris 1


I' Eye Ear. Now and Throat I .
Treatment = REAL ESTATE i
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I' Office Hours 8:30-1:30 office Wr* to II .*. If I'I- North Krome Avenue, Next to Baptist Church
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Friday. March 1. 1940
THE LEADER.ENTERPRISR Pane Eleven!



I j I Dia City Council CALL FOR of the BIDS Lily of Hnna-1 .

Churches stead w111 I Open bl ill at their I rwular neat- ;
I I I Ine. Mar, .h 4lh 1940. for the purpose of
CTh.e I owarlina' a 12.Mon'h' conlnrt fur auv CLASSIFIED ADS
; plying tha city with light bulb.A .. I
; I Hit of the approximate. rtquiremanta
for the yrarl
lupplir uManad from
I H?me t..id City Clerk::"A' hide most be 11 HATE: Tint Insertion 104 a line subsequent Insertion
"'- In the city clerk> office by S p. 5t a line
BAPTIST CHURCH March 4th, 1940. m'l
prayar maths at 7"10 p. m R E FDWARD8 .- -- --- .-

'* ,_ sr60l.a. :446 E Jonnatana P'" METHODISTROMRBTEADTh. I r.b. II City, II.Clerk II..,. I. 18401NOTIl' I"

tat at Siimlar II :and ,: tn-:|0.1 B.Y.P.preachii U: Re. t J. Bleoanb, I FOR RENTHOUSE I FOR SALE

II .:. .. a Player services Wednesday _to.. Sunday achool at I..41 .. ... :
,.,lit P. o. preachlna at 11 a. m. and 7,10 p m. OP AFFIICATKH: FOR
Junior League at TAX IIKKD In Redland; modern conveniences JUICY ORANGES 30c
ado -
tIOCLDa-Tbe leY. Noah P"""' .. par p. m; Hi Lagos I a pack
a.nduy school at 10 a. 0.1_ prarhins at .SO p m Senior Lnna M .SO p. m. la hereby File tlvea KWaNolle that H. F. Shlnn I Brooks, Inc., Phone Eva Collins. Biscayne Drive' mil
.if a.aand71oP.m.ta. F.I U. at Prayer meeting at 7:80, p. n Wadnaiday I holder I aa assigned of State and County 78-R. (Mr Itf) Fedl'railliahway.
Si H..sudsl.Prayer' service at f ilo p. m. March !-11:00a, m.: Holy Communion Tits Certificate Mo IS714, dated the let I I
... day of August, D IWtT, baa filed said
I meditation by the pastor Certificate In :; office, and had made I FOR RENT-Unfumi.hed house : FOR SALE-Nice piece of business
CATHOLIC I ItlU1lCD I I two anthems by the choir; T 30 application for tax deed hi issue thereon
by Benj W. Morris
In accurate Rod with law Bald Certificate year. reg. property. Good price for
0' THE SACRED HEARTS P. mot "Remember the Sabbath," embraces the following described property Isteifd real estate broker next cash Benj W. Morris. registered
R. Second ....u.. Hom.....it I III. Bee.T the fourth sermon In a serieson situated' In Dade County Florida towltI :
Gmrf, pastor. Sunday at I Lots 10. 11 and U, Block 4. Beverly to Baptist Church, Krome Ave.. real estate broker, next to Bap-
1.14 1.tn.i week day mesam at ld.II::: I the Ten Commandments Spe. I HeghU Homeitead UlGtf) tint Chinch Krome Ave, HOOK
and" school Sunday following I oelock. !I clal music by the Junior choir with ,i Th. _m.nl of said property under I
stead
no". Communion for woman the tint C.rtlfevat. Issued wait In tba name (fiBIl
t loafer of month; for men and bo,.. the :Mrs. W. B. Milk, directing |Ilh.Unknown Unless said C.rtlflrst..hail FOR RENT-Large comfortable ,
of month. Holy hour Thiir.jr. .. ba ,
J .earnl Sunday I redeemed according to law tai deed
day tint Friday of month 7'ID SILVER. PALM -Tht Rev J. E. Waller l!| will I Issue thereon on the lath day of rooms. Froscher, Oversea FOR SALE-One Apex Refng,>,,,
first Friday at T : 0. .. n I I pastor Sunday school every sunder .t I A. 1) 1w0. II
S _
I Highway at Florida tor ,
Phone restaurant
Mir City. ; tables 14 .
6essdIrving, of the Pleased Sacrament after a m. : p.hlnw services on flrit third I : this 7th der of February. A. D. : iUiuiant
: gas*, I Ir fifth Sundays at 11 .. m and 7 lu p in I IUlO.I 526J. (j9-lf) chairs; 4 restaurant
Lad : The Re. t. E. Waller I E. n LBATHFRMAN
CHRBTUV SCIENCE CIIURCII ..,. : pn.aching, at 9 .. m : Sunday" I I Clerk of Circuit (Court I stools; one gas stove; one kt't-,
it 10 I l>.de County "lurlda FOR SALt I sene stove: one kerosene< lion I .
FLORIDA CITY I dear and Sixth I FLORIDA CITY TOMMt'MTY CH('loCH Circuit \ url SealBy one bed and innerspring nut 4"
Itraet Sunday school I.at I:41 a. m f par I I The Her C O Nelun pa>tor. Church 'I I N. C. Rterrrtt. D c. i
wlla under 80 yeara of a se; mornlnii'lervlM : I I vrhol. at 10 a: m: preaching at 7:84: p. m. Feb P. 1 IS. 21 Mur I. P. 19401NOTICE YOUNG Tropical Fruit Trees, JV! I tivu Posey Garage, bv phone
II o'clock.I Wecli-etday Midweek prayers and Bible .
at evening study Wednu office
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twice which Include testimonials I of heal I day at 7,80.REILAND. I to $1.09. Also amen III ill. U I pml >
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Ins and experiences I and remark: on Cbrla. I,I COMMUNITY CHURCI1 I II UP APPLICATION P. W. C bTOtltejuit Ft'.tll I I.
it.. Season S p m Tin public l> sun I'I The Ktv C 0 Nelson' putor Church i FUR TAX llrrll. : FOR SALE-New and used nuh'-' b4
liaa Science: S p.m. school) at I0 : I;re. h nB at U ; Epworth Chapter 1;1M A. .. of 1185He
'dlno room In church edified I. open League at 8 So, Midweek prayers and A-Ion FOR SALE 460"'rt frrontigc Oil mobile bodies: nut truck bOltwith -. s
awry Thursday aflern.nn from 1:00 to H.bla study Thunilay at 7d0.PRESBYTERIAN I Noun h hereby given that D. Lie Baron stakes, pick-up bud,. s ,,miexpress h
'100. Tha public la aordlallr Invited to the Perri,. holder ..f Hiker. Haul..ver Metal Krome Axe 68( flLdeep Fine
mankind and to visit the reading room. CHURCH I, Tai I'"in" Nn. 7M issued the S,h ijit growing flowenn Price right bodies. Will sell die,"p

March Lesson-sermon topic: ROMPSrEAD-Kruma avenue at N. Ulhi'reet day <.f A'.....,. A. D. IMS had filed .me /lot cash. Benj .wtMorrls: regIstered Specter Plumbing Co.. HoimBldg

fjjirist:. J..U.." Th. he., Can H Illck.. pallor I In my office/ and has made applkatl ., Homtstcud Phone 73
real estate
broker next
Bible school at 10 a. m. : preaching at 11 fair a tax dad to beused th..a. SadI
'- .. m. : your: _01.'. mool..a .1 7:80 P. r.. I I I Certificate en brlrea the Mowing derrbed to Baptist Church, Krome Ave. (F 12 If ,
CIIIRCH OF'CIIRIST
property In the County of Dade.
Homestead M8tf
MESTEAD-Fiat avenue and N W State of rlorlda to-wlti (
P
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( SSllk .traau bible :study at 10 a. ml eomMunlon : NOTICE OP APPLICATION Lot I. Block 1. Castilian Court HOMESTEAD LOTS
fellowship and preaching mi FOR TAX Ur.ruChapter I flat Book 11. Pnire 87. In the Countyof USED ((24x18)) Roll Rim Kitchen "'
L. ,.. .. 17467 A.,. of IMS I Dade. State of Florida FOR SALEI
rile A.IK7I The ._.....nl "f mid property under Sinks, of high backs only $4.99.
CHURCH OF GOD Notice I. hereby .hers hat O LrRaron the laid cerllfl...ate la
M Perrlne' holder al Hakrr Hnulover District i of. Unknown. BId Homestead 73.r9tn. low for quick laic: '
adMlSTKAD-: N. w. Pint avenue! Tai rrtfkate No 2727 issued the 2nd I Unions said rrnlflcate hall be redeemed Telephone w
Ue a... 0... 0. Coplln piator Sunday I, toy oC J"ly. A U. 1M4 ha. filed Mine ,, According to law the property described ( Lot 3. Block 4, North Diamond
r erNiel at 0,46 .. ... ; p.omehlns ..tI a, m. In my office, and ha. made application i 1' therein will be old to the highest bidder I Park; w'
and T 4t p. m. : junior Y. P. at 71 children. I for a tai dd to ba issued them. Said at the Court home door on the first Monday I .stittatponce \
aMatlns at T In paraonage Prayer Amt.b Certificate embrace the f"II.iwlng def' In the month of April. It40 which FOR SALE-On Redland Road, Lot 36. Debcm
lay f p. m. WadoeadayCIIIRCH scribed property in the County of Dada. la the lit day of April 1940. short distance south of Redland subdivision: southeast coiner fti -
Sate of Florida. to-wit : 'I Dated this d. of Febnary 1940F '
j, OF THE NAZARENE Lou ,0.0.10it 11. Block 2. CIlium .., Val. I).y LFATHrRMAN: \Vomam Club, cottage. Partly Ing south

P,1IOMllnAOTh., Re*. Robert H. Court, Plat Book d.I. Pairs 17, Clerk of Circuit Court furnished. For sale at give-a\vav Lots 14.1:1.18: Block 8, McClure
In the County of 8tau of I
Oil Spear parlor Sunday school at ..15 a. mantfMns : H .rida. I I Hade. County. Fluride.Circuit price. See Wm. J Geronimo, Legion Minor These three lots are all together -

at II .. m. and f 10 p. mX : The assessment of said property under ,:, Court Arally N. C. STFRRETT D C Tag office, Homestead and face south
the sold hound In
certificate the
r .H P. S and Junior meeting al ItOOl 01.. I IInkn..n. was name I 1 t''b II Mar I. S. II 1 4NOTK < (dBtf) Also 10 acres of good rock l land.
I
t. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening I! Unless: I amid certificate shall be redeemed' the north half of the north hall of
to In ,. mPSJNCETONThe ac..Mind to l Jose the property described i WE HAVE of and
Re. F;. P. Cowcnevutur therein will I be Add; to the highest bidder I T OF APPLICATION: a quantity new the northeast quarter of the soul) .
j' I at the Court house. door on the first' Mon.I,' used Tractor Parts at real bargain -
R Sunday school at OAS : preaching FOR TAX DEED: I west quarter of Section 3. Township ,-
at 10:15 .. m. and 1.,0 p. m. day :In the month of April 1040 which I 1'1 Chapter 1.7Mu ..f mt prices. Specter Plumbing 57 '
the In! clay of April 1040 I south range 38 cost Hi"
mrttv at S:HA: ,nlln" poste's ... File A.8>*l
a at .:30. Prayer meeting Dated this 2IM.1 y of February 4o'l I Notice I. hereby alvan that D Lrltiron Co.. Horne Bldg, Homestead I tract lines due went of W KV.

p:00o.m.! unl"1 E II. LEATHERMAN.Clerk "f Circuit; Ctrt.Dade I Tai Parrlna tertlficala holder of N n.......24US.. Haulav.r Issued the Platelet lit Telephone 73. (f9tf ton's homepluce about a m U.. .01 I Ii i

-. .. EPISCOPAL County. Florida' I day of Aug".t. A t I. 1027\ h.. filed FOR SALE Troprcal plants, clt I just cast of II lot ge avocado III"",\ ,
Circuit Court Seal In fflre. and baa made .. 'lie. I \
my : .m'l
i Write .I.
M. Kluig. I IlX I' "
ST. JOHN'S- g. t. Second aver and My N C. dTFRRFTT n C. for a tax deed to ba Issued them,n. rus trees and tropical irutt Ir 01 see
Pnwwi .treet Homestead ; the Rev.u'R. F.I I I'F..b 21. Mar 1 1. 8. 15. 104UI' : Vrtlflc.l eml noil the following teason Jungle Grove, Redland I 82 Ocerfitld ('1.1. (jl\\1. f.: I ,
Blackbird, rector Holy communion .t I rlbed pr'', .crty In the County f -- -
?to a. m. Sunday school at D"So : NOTRE Of' APPItCATIOM FOB i Stale of Floridly, to-wll d"'l road and Plummet drive.
Ins trayer at IIFREE morn.I, TAX lIED i Lul. 11.1" and 11. Block 1. .. | :MISCELLANEOUS
I AifU of 1 WFII Co rt. Plat Bssk: II, Page 17 In
17167 ,
Chapter
:: I A REAL BUY! Closet Combin:
Wf C.unty of Did, State of Florida.
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METHODIST I \""", In hereby alve that Brace Renprd.1h 11r I The assessment of said property under lions for only $14 03. Come in I SEE AND BUY at enanklm Vat II -

FLORIDA PITY Th Re... Wesley C 1,10" "t State and County Tai Crrtlflra" he, all Dnknown.t'nlrs.' rertitiotr. Issued was In the nameof and see for yourself Specter ty Grove, West Florid City
o.. issued the Sib of July A I 1
Pmes P.oto' Sunday 8011-1. I n. h. day
p.hln". t land 7 9e I' on 'l I',,,,,,I.v? to I"t7" Inn filed same In my ..fflre. and ..said rrtlflciU shall. lie r.d.rrudar.nlln described Plumbing Co.. Home Bids. (07111" I
: Intel, "I.lk.llon for a tax Ired 10 Ix to law thepr rtv"
HI' Homestead Telephone 73. ( I9lf I
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.", I 11..n. Said Certifleate embrace therein will 1 I b. sold t the ihe-t bidder : WJ'fI)
the Court hOne door the first Mon
described In the it on
,10.1 r..U..wlna I i rot"crty
( You GetGoodLooking 'nty ..f Hade Blair of Florida to.wlt lay In the month,, of April 1040, which, FOR SALE-2'j acres on H'cI.1I1C1! :
I. the lit lay f April 1 101"
Duhdlvlil Plat TUTORING WANTED high
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& I road Well located for I l1<>m '-
? 'k'I. p.'h : Dated thli list day of February. 1940.
I II... M. l In the County of ,
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Shaves 1',10.! Bate ,,I Florida E. R. L.EATHERMAN. site $300. Ben). W. Morneg- i school and grade school ubje. "

Fh,,' H.".nftmttnt of Mid property underI Clerk of Circuit ..C....rt. to Baptist Chui 'h, KI''m,' AI" | Mrs. H J. Armstrong A. It ,
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I Ii" .,,III I rtlfleata Issued was In the name I Dada County Fl Ida
With This New r ''ho' "land DeV Co Clrc,,It Court Seal isteied{ 1',1,I e Mi, b"k"I' n-\I I Plummer drive and Country
I ,.a,.s said certificate I hall be redecl :, Hy N. f gTrRRETT ? c Hoiru-U r 1 Iltlll'I Club rondo
,..IIn.0 law the property d.h"I'I I In I Feb M. Mar 1. P. It. 190; I
III' ,will the hl I hen. hi Id r'; I II ---. .
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GilleffeBlade 'h.' month of April, 1114. which I. tht : Soph: "How long have you been
'I.: lay "f April 140 ?" II BII D'SIndorsed
Date I thin 14th day of Fvlruary l I IE i shaving j I
1 H. LFATHKRMANClerk .o'l I Frosh Four years now." I
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Dad C.. city. fI"'oI- I, I I,9r Soph' G \\ an.
par Cart 8..alI Froth Yes, sir Cut myself
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I Chapter House Built by Redland F. F. A. .. --:: ..

To Be Pictured in Forthcoming Book ,
SAY Xt YLSME's SNOWING! /-AND AT THE STORE WHERE ITWOt.TMMHAVB
-- To E10 NO QUESTION ABOUT NOT0NLY 1me
(Continued from Pal Six) and 14 are In collges. CERTAINLY JOY SARA"It-AND A MNC MYGO60N THAT!AND IT'S NO WONDEl.THt FINEST oRoccnts /
w All those now engaged on farming vtrr BRT
ESS.HOW NE WAY HE tHJO(S ALSO m
passed through Redland vocational
and Its allied occupations seem WOW HIS FOOD! BABY fOOPSocourt / /
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agriculture department h to be climbing the ladder toward
yet somewhat below that age It establishment in farming-wage-
seems natural for young men from hand, share-cropper,renter,owneror
farm to "take a fling' at something to be establishing themselvesIn
else before they nettle down occupations where their agricultural
to farming, tie la,.. In this came training Is an asset Mr.
the percentage of those nettling Baker states.Redland .
down to farming and Its allied oc- Chapter finances Its Lf IISprv
coupationi before the age of 25 Is activities through money earnedby
larger than the national average the members working cooperatively iht it rtferctna to
Among the ex-vocational agriculture at various chapter projects
and Future Farmer young At the festival this year it Is operating RANKLIN'SUGAR
men of Redland, the survey shows, a refreshment booth and i
ire four that now own and operate dispensing fruit and vegetable
their own farms, one that rents juices and soft drinks under the 0
I farm he operates entirely 'on' leadership of Donald Hawkcs
his own," one that b a farm manager Rex Romine Is president; Willis Crisco 3C !' S2c
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eight that are partners In I Vick, vice-president; Harold or
the home farm business, seven I Hampton, secretary; H A.. Aman,
that are at home with the Income Jr., treasurer; and Lewis Vrana,
from one or nor enterprises. 12 reporter
that are farm laborers for wages Redland Future Farmers live up MJB FACTORY "
away from home and 27 that are to their national motto: 25c
farm laborers with wages at home. "Learning to do, COFFEE 5-lb. Bag
A considerable number are still Dolnf I or team; r=
at home with definite or Indefinite Earning to live,
allowances, and others are engagedin Living \o serve." Lb. 35cpC1pGC
occupations related to farming Gelatin and Puddings 3 pi*. 14c,
Some of the latter are employedin An absent minded professor
servicing farm equipment In went Into a store to buy a Jar He HARVtST-MOON t
dealing In farm supplies, feed, saw one turned upside down and .
seed,fertilizers or farm machinery, exclaimed I Salad 25c
and In grove and estate caretaking "How absurd! Why, this Jar j Dressings
landscaping. packing house hun't any mouth! Lou '
work. and farm power contractIng -. more Turning astonished it over he was once ppy11DER a ter21c Peaches No. 2I/' cans 15C

Others are engaged In occupations Well, the bottoms gone too!' j
not closely allied to farming, -Ex, 8
Tomato Cans
,'". IiII' I rTHE ONLY SpuuM SOAP'KtoJt Soup 3 25c ,

1\ WA.SHWG D SHIES

SUPERSUDS Meal or Grits s,1 4C

fancy Home brown Rome Beauty
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LARGE PRO c_ Lettuce Carrots Apples ,

NowOCIAGCI 2 hds I 2 bunches I 5 Ibs.

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FRESH SHIPPED ,
Often just a bit of redecorating does 19C qt 59 C
OystersStandards
the trick-some painting-doing over ..79c

shabby floors or lining up warped w FAM'a' SYLVAN-FARMS

Roll Buttci lb. 35c(
doors, help, too And "building: in" 1 stw
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kitchen cabinets or an extra utility OUR eaKa
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You'd be surprised, too, at the amount 1 owIi2 LEAN AND MEATYSpare !

; of redecorating and repairs that a small 5 21c FOR Ribs lb. 121/ cLEAN

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Subtropical Experiment Station Helps







Growers Achieve Efficiency, Economy



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By w. :\1. FIFIELD beans HId ,.esbann" .I 11 will IS awide i 1 iptxtive! home ownus ,I is will ,I-.1,i more b>' otlui tonpol n 1.1111 i tat t 1"1', 111:5,1: II, 1" fit v .I mi, 'I"i i, i I .
\,11 '1uf' such n-lixuni s.i ,Ilotol icsidents, || which mi'nibel i ,il 1 tin, 'lalf I ,Ill I!i 'n t h'h'\, 1 1 for "ii i ii I' "it
Horticulturist In Charge subtropical"
t.lmol Motion ,i- tc-osmtc, sorghum, I ribbon, i".'nu Pet hap, the most piomiMiigj m \\ ,tud\ ilk ,II'i a I !r'he: pi,Hit n, '" ''I'

The Subtropical Experiment sudan glass, rye and oats. Urn ,lihudo tree is Kisdiofi i jivoiuii, 'I I A numl u of n, w ,'oPI"1 i IIIIIMleidis I tin I'llltol| Mint' tat'"I< i III I' ,.a.
I far none has proven much better Introduced tom Southern' \SI8 It. dull, cringe i linn. It 111"11 i iin
Station, established at Homesteadin hut |I" 0'' "'n quilh is d.
than the common led top or Natal I is .1 rApid growing lue, attractive '. tangelo, and "
1930 the fl''II\ si M i "
the rail of is one of m I the' tontiol of .inlhi,it"
:four branch stations of the UnIversity I grass for grove practice on the In appearance and apparently well i nose is bordeaux mixtureVtniailii ''of kumquat, 11111<1111.11. I' I ,}
rockland Crotalaria cpectdbllit idupted to this area A new orna- ho ',
of Fknidts AgriculturalExperiment I :: I Ilk> Many of tin I 0 "..
and Crutakiiia have mental, the red variety of Bixa *
Station system ofj I usaramomsis I I pol't.1I11'ar'ctt' mv I hi mon i'
also done well on this type u[ orcllana (lipstick tree), is also attracting Cold storage tests carried out in I various rootsUuks 'I I I b
which Dr Wilmon Newell i la director -
Other branch stations are soil very favorable attention cooperation'Ith the cold storage I rough lemon rootsl<1{'k I II .
ReforestationThe plant at the main station have !,best stock .1 1l .itII. ,, ,
the Everglades Station at Belle I On the marl glades, certain varieties Cleopatra \ "
Glade the Citrus Station at Lake of velvet beans and sesbani,1 object of these trials Is to shown cado that some varieties of l.r for Persian limes ml, t

Alfred, and the North Florida Station have proven well adapted and the test as many species of timber treesas and others are adapted to cold "\0.1 conditions
at Quincy. The West best rates of seeding have been possible, growing them In ordinary rieties are not. Different Extensive amilytlt -in, I

Florida Station at centrul'l determined Strangely a numberof native pine woods: and pro- tures for require best results different A do- Persian limes have t"t n of ', ..1
mAintained by the United States the Crolalarlas, particularly tecting them from fnc paper for Information upon \\ hi", ,,?, _
scribing these
Department of Agriculture, but alii|spoctabilis and striata, have failedto Of nearly a bundled species I ree'nUylll'en/ before experiments the State win nrd glades could be rl.I

projects are in cp-operation ,with grow on the marl. tested, the Rhodesian Red Mahogany Horticultural Society meeting at It was found that top "I ""I i

the Florida Station In addition to I Fertilizer tents with some of these Khiiya nvaslca, has proven Hollvw'oodFertilizer, from a number of 'pakn i ,i 'I, "p
the branch stations, eight field crops have shown a remarkable of outstanding interest It is a native 'I tests, although handicapped in the Redland DfHtiut I IaveniKo I" I ,

laboratories are also maintained at response to applications of phosphoric of South: Africa. In six years i by freezes, storms, and lack of 50% June ? i? 'I',
various points In the state The I acid, particularly on newly it has made nearly S times the of suitable experimental groves, weight 10i
main experiment station Is l located cleared rockland. growth of native mahogany and I have shown worthwhile result i More recent sludu" s ", I '

at the university in Gainesville.. Windbreaks has proven more resistant to low I I Applications of sulfate of ammonia Indicate that their 1"1' n I 1
The office and laboratories of tempera tuiesMiswIUnrom. 'intermittent between regular uppllL'lIllon ivy may be prolong I ? n'
Among the windbreak trees
the Subtropical Experiment Sta- under ) Fruit and < of standard mixtures by coating them with \ II i iiiilsions '
test are Brazilian Oak, Australian .
tion are located near Homestead have
Economic TreesA proven dccidcly woithwhile.
Pine, Bamboo, Eucalyptus. I
on Waldin drive one-quarter mile Theme Tomatoes.
of tolerance
of trees to
Pongam, Woman's Tongue, Black number of species of plant ,
west of Redland road. Here, on Olive, Rain Tree, Sapodilla, Tamarind thus far of minor importance have? applicetioA: of certain inorganicsources During the existent of .
the rock-land, in addition to Administrative -
Silk Oak, Acacia, native Mahogany i- proven well adapted to South Florida ufiiitrogcn has been fairly tlon at Homestead'II'i "'"
and laboratory activ- Rhodesian Mahogany, conditions and the station has well defined died different varieties "m; I
ity, is maintained a 60-acre experi- Jambolun, Lysiloma and Albiz- been instrumental in encouragingtheir Spraying tests have demonstrated selections of tomato h.l" 'I
mental farm for avocado, citrus excellent control of certain fruit
zia procera wider distiibution tested for adaptation tll il
mango, forestry cover crop and spots with some of the newer ,
The Brazilian Oak and Woman'sTongue Outstanding among these aiethe : cop- One new variety, di M 1 i I" I
miscellaneous fruit and
subtropical Ceylon Gooseberry bearing per fungicides, with less subse- operation with the 1'iut' \ d i '- t
have
ornamental research Another proven better than quent build of harmful scale
up
heavy of fruits Department of
crops purple excellent Aumulin
farm consisting of 20 acres of marl the others thus far, chiefly becauseof Insects. It has also been shown ,
for Jelly; the Mumtingia, proven a viluatik ,11',1111"0' i "
It located about 6 miles each of their more rapid growth Albizia /- that weaker
likewise concentrations of bor- ,
a heavy bearer of small small number nppannlUto I
Homestead the North Canal procera has also made excellent
on red fruits excellent for jellies and deaux mixture than those generally this area It has i,"v n ? I
This Is known the Station's East growth A number of the others,
as used are equal in effectiveness ,
preserves; and the Soft Lumbang, Glove), and bulletin .1 I I
though slower
Glade farm, and here is conducted growing, give promise -
a relative of the tung tree, yielding to the stronger mixtures. It hove been puhli 'I"I nl
most of the potato field research, Black as windbreaks These include I an oil of properties similar to tung These findings, which provide Florida Experiment "I i ,' ,
and also tests with other Olive, Tamarind and J m-
definite
vegetables financial to ,
saving ,
oil grow-
bolan the United States D. i I' 'it it l m fAgriculture.
and cover ciops A third, This station has cooperatedwith ers, were also reported at the ,
the 30-acre Highlands farm, Is It has teen found that Brazilian State
departments of the main sta- Horticultural Society meeting Practically all of the f' ..
situated about 4 miles Oaks set in blasted ,
southwestof holes will stand
tion in determining the chemical marketed from this sett II "
Florida City In the tomato much more wind, without blowing analyses of many subtropical The oil or fat content of 40 or harvested in the milimitnoe "
area. This farm is used for tomato over than will similar trees set fiuiU. more vmlcties of avocado has been This stage of In 'it t 1",1\
field research in shallow, unblastcd holesOrnamentals determined, and the approximate
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Mangos difficult to fudge, and ill I'I Ili'
v The station is maintained largely Some carefully conducted spray- season of maturity for about 171 growers realize that ,i rem< I, ,
through direct I appropriations A number of ornamentals are ing tests have brought to light some of the more common varieties fruits are picked too UM I ', I ,
from the state legislature, administered now being tested on the station unexpected results. Heretoforethe I been determined by periodic will not ripen propeilv: I
through the University of grounds The list Includes shade failure of mango trees to set chemical analyses gating the percentage ot t I. '",
Florida, but in recent years the trees flowering trees and othersof good crops of fruit has been A 100-page bulletin, entitled which do not ripen i pI' i I" ,",
board of commissioners of Dude "Avocado Production in Florida," ,
promise for foundation planting tiibuted to Infections of station conducted -or r 1'' '' '
County have co-operated generously Various lawn grasses ale also nose disease Investigation ut-I was published, In 1934 tests with cnmm"'TIJ I ,

in providing further funds in included The plantings are now, brought out that this' allure, ( urns during the past two ,01 ,, '
order that the work pertaining directly old enough to indicate typical I I.flint set, while undoubtedly The citius planting on the station found that a surpil>inij\1", I "

to Dade County problems character of growth, and are attracting enced to a certain extent by dis-j ground, has progressed to the ft'lit.IRC of fruits, did t lI"t't "

could be extended much attention from pios- ease infection, is influenced even point where, time are now .haul Continued on P"Mn; I ,
In addition to the experiments ;".

conducted on station property, a I
number of tests are carried out in
groves and on farms of cooperating -

Is maintained growers Close also with co-operation various SOUTH DADE America's Outdoor Greenhouse

bureaus of the United States Department -

of Agriculture and with FARMS PRODUCE I '
experiment stations in other states : Is Not Just a Phrase!

At the present time the station

staff consists of three men, two 1
horticulturists and a plant ,

gist Cover Crops patholo-I POTATOES TOMATOES It is an actuality t and produces the fruits and I


green A wide manure variety crops of have been BROCCOLI vegetables so invitingly displayed] at the Ked-

tested for adaptation to this area DEANS
The list Includes some 20 speciesof CORN J land District Fruit Festival I.in quantities sufficient
Crotalarla and over JO other

legumes vetches, alfalfa including, lespedeza the ,clovers black, to supply the Nation's table at a time when


medic soybeans cowpeas, velvet I I SQUASH PEPPERS practically all other farming areas hibernate for t


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Subtropical Experiment Station Helps produced the best quality root on rate but less labor baa been required composed of new resident and

the marl. for many of the test prospective home owners, requested

Growers Achieve Efficiency Economy The new Imperial 847 lettuce Visitors and CorrespondenceA general direction for plantingand

has produced solid heads of excellent considerable portion of the care of grove A large num-

quality when grown during time of the station staff is occupiedin ber made Inquiry for specific information -

Continued From Page Thirteen) found equally as satisfactory ai. the cooler months, and Indicationsare consultation with visitors and on the numerous tropical

1 the sulfate form, and is cheaper that as the result of station with answering request for Information frouit adapted to this area Many
onditlon The
galabli
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4 avenge r Some of the newer and more preliminary tests, considerable by mnil visitor came to view the station
tomat" picknsl ripened only
i green soluble! forms of nitrogen haveI acreage of this crop will be planted In order to obtain an accurate grounds, which now contain over
about 711 cent in salable condition -
and i per ripened Irr"lullIly I ')ven satisfactory, and are now in Dade County next year. record of these visitors and of the 500 species of plants of wide

being used on a commercial scale Radishes of the Early Scarlet correspondence, the stenographer variety. The reforestation studies
0' PI"i period of several week's I I
Tom t,,,,. picked in the turning I by the growers, Fertilizers analyzing Globe variety produced well If was Instructed to keep an account, have also proven of unexpected

stage (just beginning to show 33 per cent of nitrogen from planted early before heavy aphis starting October 1, 1938, of all interest

salon' I ripened 95 to 101) per centIn organic sources have proven in the infestation occurred. Bunches tors who came to the station .Vlsl-1 From October 1 through April

ilihie condition A number long run to be more profitable packed in ice and shipped by boat ing Information, and of the \ 28, 201 letter were written in response -

of turning than those analyzing "iO and 68per to New York arrived in excellent\ which were written in reply' to to requests for Infoimatlon.
shipping
glowers' are now -
"i' pink fruit In 11-Ib, baskets pent from the same expensivesources. condition. j request for Information Of these, 21 came from Miami and

,it c<,rt,un seasons of the year On land which has notbe..n Important Work Now Id The visitors' inquiries coveted vicinity, 7 from.the Redland Dis-
fertilised for a number of Progress the whole range of station activities trict, 100 from elsewhere In the

In "" attempt to delay ripening i vein, Increasing the phosphate More adequate funds :I and also other phase of agriculture state, 60 from out of the state and
il punk tomatoes. various appropriated -
i wax content of the fertilizer from 8 to
an science not covered by 10 from foreign countries. The information -
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liniments' used It during the lust two years haveenabled
were was 12 and even 16 cent has been
per the present projects Chief among furnished pertained to
teond 1 to delay the work of the stationto
'possible ripening I ofltable.
the object of the visitors was dis- fertilizing spraying, propagatingand
of t tomatoes full be expanded, and several new ,
seven
a days
As with tomatoes, some of the lines of cussion of the experimental results varietal selecting of tropical
III''UI i affecting their taste or investigation have been
new copper fungicides have proven I obtaine with vegetable crops, fruits, ornamentals and winter
stalled, in
addition to the
Illalily I hy covering only the but- expan-
better than the old bordeaux mixture sion citrus, Mangos, avocados, and vegetabks Many of the inquiries
which
I has
been
,
i tilt .1 paste wax Efforts are possible on
.. for spraying potato vines and the older projects. I papayas Another large group,pertained to papaya culture
)b 'r 11 t, i nt nued to adapt these
m', 1Id, I, to commercial use have resulted in higher yields Small areas )have been planted -
I Tests for ,
control of potato scab
So"1, nt the new copper funglI I have Indicated that other factors with .elected seedlings of the man-
I Ii\'e proven bettor than : go and avocado, This year for the
than soil reaction are responsible
I "u d 1 bordeaux mixture for first time one new mango seedlingand
for the occurrence of scab in some
.' urg the vines, and have I 93 new avocado seedlings are I
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of fields Seed
11--l our treatment tests setting fruit For Florida City and Homestead
i 111 higher yields hove shown the hot and cold formaldehyde I
4 \ I 'i',ult nf five y..prll' tests and the acid A project has been started In

11 n.n. Ikland, It was discovered I mercury the breeding and development of
to be
dips
superior to any of the
"t "I bulling, I ,I the percentage of other standard treatments for our the papaya A new Persian lime Improved Property and

p, lama, ,c acid in ordinary fertil- conditions md Valencia orange grove has

0 orr- i pi, lire more than paid fort been planted und will be used for
., si t I"" ,i fertilizer on new land Tests with lIe, size and spacing further fertilizer Investigations Town Lots '

n I 'II I, nd l which had not boon of seed pieces have proven that 28 Methods of propagation are being -

i tee 1>, m,, d I for several years, Where to 30 bushels of seed per acre is a studied with a number of the

I 7-5 formula was About stnndI more profitable rate of planting tropical fruit, such as litchi sapodilla -

I 4143 was found to be more than heavier or lighter seeding I Lecuma and the Annorun SEEEdward

I" ,1I I hi" Doubling both the rates As a result of these tests and various rootstocks are being I

, the growers are planting more seed
i I"" Ji' acid and potash cont tested Preliminary Investigationshave
"I t X44, fertilizer derrrasecl thei per acre than formerly and obtaining indicated good possibilities

i ? II,I M of cricked fruit proIo'd more profitable yields for Increasing the quality of these
,! ,, I Seed pieces I'-s oz In weight, and fruits by these methods.

I III ,I" kcd l tomato trials the spaced 9 inches apart in 38-inch The station's chemical Stiling
rows, have given best results workers
<(;, ,,11"11" ned Globe has proven
arc studying various methods oC
'," '1'1' ,H"pled for this form of Varietal tests have shown thus I determining the fat content of I

o 'tee' I Inn Marglobe, QlovclI far that no worthwhile variety avocados, m an effort to secure
I .!ii' I""i Globe and Hothouse seems better adapted to our marl practical Information
which
(;,. soils than the red-skinned Bliss upon
hePotatoes maturity standards might be bused
Triumph. The new Warba yields I

I ,.ttn t ,t Investigations at the stan equally as well or slightly better,Il Control of the lime-bark diseaseIs REALTORFlorida
being studied and the
but Its as workprogresSt'
'n I 11,1\ e dealt with fertilizers, shape and deep eyes are .
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new developments
iiettc,, rites of objectionable on the market Of
t planting, and
brought to light on the nature of
the white skinned varieties,
di-nar control.t'eriape I Chippewa -
the
disease are indicative of good
has best, and has
proven
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one of the most outt""dIIUI control .
contributions of the sta- been planted on a commercial scale possibilitiesConsiderable
by several The old time Is being
tin.i tn the potato Industry has growers well spenton
known varieties, such as Spould the identificatIOn of disease of
been
I he
discovery for the control -
Ing Rose, Irish Cobbler a large number of tropical fruits
I of b'ictcrbl soft rot, which disease Early City FloridaPhone
1 has caused severe losses to Ohio, Green Mountain, and Russet and ornamentals Methods of control ,

Rurals, have proven decidedlyunadiptcd for many of them are under
h'lIP'' 11 III certain season Care-
fi IK controlled, tests have shown to our conditions of investigation,. 501-J--Residence 301-11

'l" it ,if the tubers Pre thoroughly growth, as have n large number of Attempts to improve the qualityof
the newer varieties md seedlings, tomatoes shipped from South
dried "otter washing, the bacterial I
Florida have already met with enthusiastic -
>x inr I'll" responsible for the rot OIh..r'Jrtolbl *
and are being
,ill I I hI response
us destroyed As a result of
Varietal test with have ,
corn
continued with good chances of
tin .e experiments, several pack- shown most of the weet corns to i success ESTABLISHED 1910
Inl I houses have Installed equlp- be unsuccessful due to
excessive Mora adt'quateInd.. have also
nrnt costing many thousands of damage from army worms and I helped materially in providing

dollar", and are successfully canvorms, Tuxpnn and Snowflake ';some necessary equipment for the

\ui(11111,19' ndSum i the looses previously prr-j both roasting ear varieties, I| various experimental enterprisesin

are recommended for planting if I progress Field machinery and

of the fertilizer Inveatigitions '! the ears are to be marketed. Cuban I laboratory equipment, both sorely, GROVES ACREAGE
I hI\'e
proven of Flint thus far seems to be best I Iaddpl..d needed. are gradually being
value D the
growers
proven quite economlcal// as a field corn secured as funds permit, and as n

Ih, of Of seven varieties of carrot testI I result the work has not only been
manganese sulfite ton
per 'l'd. Nantes md Morses Bunching I more productive 'and more :nccw
"f f<"it I Ier n equal to, if nd even.Utter .

thin, the 200 Ibs, formerly
set Tutu hive also shown tint; : I r1

'in most Instances 1.500 Ibs, per

aci 4-8-\,': "if is more fertilizer profitable analyzing thin about 2000 ,

Write the Future of YOUR Life
Ibs nf the same mixture The Chapters

ntulati form of I has
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! EXPERT I in South Florida -- Land of Better LivingYou



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BARBERING
CAN own a home here because I hue properties to suit all tastes and fit all pocketbooks.



HAIRCUT ...... lOc An Unequaled Buy in a Redland District Home


SHAMPOO ...... -lOc A red tile entry lead from a lane low nailed lawn, with shrubbery and fish pond, Into a screened porch

onto which open the spacious living room and dining room. Entire Interior Is finished in velvet knotty pine with
MASSAGE ...... 40c soft luster Each floor l> distinctive with finest linoleum laid with border stripes Real fireplace' Light, airy all-

electric' kitchen One large bedroom has three exposure and two cedar lined closets: the other, two exposure
and one closet. :Modern bath with shower, two linen closet. COMPLETELY: Fl'RSISIIEDITIIIIRSD, NEW

BUSH'S MODtRM FURNITURE. Two car garage with laundry room and hot android shower Large poultry house Four
acres of orange, lime and avocado grove, about half large and bearing sad not hurt by the recent cold Four
acres unimproved land good for citrus or avocado, buildings and trove are In perfect condition Telephone

BARBER paper. null, milk. bakery Ice, laundry delivery and school bus. The city offers nothing more-that U desirable

:Now brace yourself for a shots_all .t this for $8.000 total which li $3,SOI less than actual cost. The only
reason Is that business opportunity has knocked elsewhere for the owner But this offer holds for only three
SHOPN. weeks. Don delay your decision to Investigate




KROME AYE.kAAi.AAAAA.AAA. Eleanor Froscher, Reg. Real Estate Broker


I Oversea highway, 1 :Mile South of Homestead Telephone 526-J P. O. Address Homestead Fla.r .

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