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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVIII-NO. 10 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1910 PRICE FIVE CEN1S
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DISTRICT'S VOTERS TOTAL 2,157 I







Crossings Sought to OpenN. HOMESTEAD AREA IN LEAD '




E. 2nd and 4th Streets, WITH 961 REGISTRATIONS; .


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EXHSNN TO Hospital l. Benefit. .Auto Won- by Visitor; 661 IN.- PRINCETONREDFANDFRUIT J


.. Contest, Fish Fry ,Yield, Total of $1420; ,

; Florida ,City Is Lowest ton
KROME A 1940 Pontiac automobile, first A total of $ ,120 was realized FESTIVAL 'With
FROM List 207
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prize in a contest to raise funds frdm the contest .

: to buy equipment for the new The automobile was donated to' Names1'RECINcFlil
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'hospital was won by K. K. Voke the hospital fund by Preston B. ATTENDANCE FOR

I FLAGLERDUE lot New Lebanon, Ohio. Mr. Voke Bird. Originally he had planned TALLY1
presented with the car,at the to present an ,Jron lung to the \WEEK : SHOWS :328 'ELIGIBLEPrecinct
, Redland District Fruit Festival on hospital as a memorial to his son,, JS10,000
its ll.lnl.nijlht, Monday.; Preston B. Bird, Jr.. who died of ..
Books Closed
,t Council. Adopts Resolution I Infantile paralysis Wit summer The eleventh annual Redland ,
He changed his mind when it was District Feat iFestival! sponsored I but Voters Can Registerat ti
Making Request'to COE
TO ATTACK
pointed out that the Infrequencyof by the focal* Chamber of Commerce Court House
F. E. C. Ry. the need at an iron lung here ,, came toes close Tuesday

TRADE TREATIESIN and the availability of one at the night after a Bun of seven days : Redlumt District voting precincts
ICE CREAJFPEDDLING hospital at Kendall would
county and nights. < have a total of 2,157 qualified
ORDINANCE PASSED make the gift impractical. A mo i Paid admissions, according to E.
ADDRESS HERECharles mortal plaque to young Bird will H. Gallaher, festival manager, totaled voters a check of registration
l be hung in the hospital approximately 10,000. places made this week

Formation of Aviation A fun fry for the benefit of the The financial outcome of the Nine hundred and IIQy-one

Club Suggested Francis Coe, candidatefor I new hospital held Sunday In the I fair will not be known until the voters in Precinct 113, which includes .

By RueA United States senator, will city park netted $300. it was announced chamber treasurer J W English, Homestead are eligible to
I by: Dr. J A Smith. (Continued on Page Five)) vote In the primaries to he held
speak in Legion Park at o'clock
resolution requesting the May 7 and 26, according to figures

_Florida East Coast Railway Company Thursday night Homestead Held Qualified to Obtain I released by Mrs. W B. Cave, who
otS to construct- street.crossings Mr Coe miming as a conservative -' was In charge of registration 'In
Democrat Is said to be in opposition -1 Federal the Redland District Chamber of
over its tracks at N. E. Second to the reciprocal trade Flying School for YouthsThe I Commerce offices The lining of

street and N. E. Fourth street was; votes started Feb. S and ended
trestles by which Florida vegetables : I I
adopted by the city council at a I limes and avocados are United States governments I I Monday.
meeting Monday night placed In direct competition with locating schools under its vo- TOWN BALLOTING Registration at Florida City (or'
The action was taken on suggestion -Kuban and Mexican products. He cational flight training program In Precinct 114 resulted in Uw listing
of Mayor Tom Harris, who I will bring a special message to immunities where university SET FORJIONDAYAT of 207 names The listing took
said such a resolution on file with I'[:South Florida fruit and vegetable raining along these lines Is not I place In the office of the town
the railway company would tend I growers. iccessible and Homestead .la quail" clerk, Mrs Flora D. MyenA
to speed preliminary work in the I For several years, Mr. Coe has lied to get such a school, declared FLORIDA CITYWhen W. McVicker In charge of
event the city decided to build I|I practiced law at West Palm Beach. Capt. S, C. Huffman, operations I registration for Precinct 112 at
streets through the Model Land Prior to that he wrote extensivelyon manager of the Embiy-Riddle Flying its store Princeton, announcedthat
Co. triangle to connect Flagler and national and International affairs School at Miami in a talk before theaters of Florida City he listed 661 voters.
Krome avenues. Construction of j[ and for a time was a regular the Homestead Rotary Club Three hundred and twenty-
the streets has been discussed by contributor to the Saturday Wednesday. Installation of such a go to the polls Monday to select eight voters were registered in
city officials for several years. Evening Post. [school depends upon the enthusiasm another "official family", they Precinct 111 by L. C. Smith at
An ordinance permitting the retail the community displays for,will be handed a ballot containing Goulds Supply store.
sale of ice cream and ice cream such a move be believes a list of unopposed candidates Although registration In the pre

products from trucks, wagons and 16 SIDE SHOWS The talk of Capt. Huffman was They have the privilege of course cincts has closed, voters may still
other conveyances on the streets one of several planned by the clubto of writing In candidates 0 f register by going to the office of
of Homestead was passed by the stimulate Interest In its move their own choice U the printed Carl Holmer, registration ouper-
council. FEATURE ANNUAL ment to sponsor an aviation club (Continued on Page Five) visor, at the court house in Miami.
The new peddling law provides [ I here as a means of providing!

sold that within the Ice 300 cream feet shall of a not local be !JUNIOR CARNIVAL hobby whose recreations school days for are young behind men Death Strikes Twice in One Day to End .1

place of business handling Ice them.A .
Lives of Cutler Wed 63 Years
cream or ice cream products nor government vocational school, Couple
near a school U minutes beforeor Sixteen aide shows will featurethe I
(Continued on Page Five)
15 minutes after school is annual Junior carnival of the
ended 83 of wedded life Hot
started or dismissed A $21 licensewas Homestead High School to be held 1---1 ;years .
TilE WEATHER died at 5.30 o'clock on the mornIng
provided. I Tuesday evening in the NewChamber
Councilman Frank B. Rue requested of Commerce buildingopposite om.... .e ..Pars of 1M .......... j of Feb. 2, at their home while .
ball a xperlo.as swim ._ ... PI_.. neer residents of Cutler, who died her death occurred early the following
the the
council to Interest Itself municipal park.
I I within 24 hours of each other, morning In a Miami hospital -
In the formation of an aviation The carnival is scheduled to get .1
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Daft gain were held at 3 o'clock Monday Mrs Mitchell had not been
club for boys who have left their under way at 6:30. The main entrance .1.1 I
I afternoon at Miami Memorial of her death.
Informed husbands
high school days behind them. I of the big festival buildingwill March I 180 I 50 '30.13
Mr. Rue said there are many I be closed to make room for a March 2 1 75 I 48 ::30,13! Park. The Rev. William Parker, Both often expressed the wish that
youths in Homestead and vicinityinterested stage where an old-fashioned melodrama March 3 1 114 .1 51 I I pastor of the Kendall Baptist they would nc.t'.rpllrawd long
1 85 52 129.951 Church, officiated The Turner by death me.nben of tiie family
In aviation and that "He Alnt Done Right by March 4
they should be encouraged in this I! Nell," will be presented by members March 5 83 I 58 ::211.1101 I Funeral Home had charge of arrangements said
educational and recreational ,, of the dramatics class. Only March I 188 I 53 ::211.I71 0811 Mr. Mitchell, a native of Shoe
(Continued on Page Five pur-I (Continued on Page rive March T 1 40 '29.881 0.14 Death of Mr and Mrs. Mitchell (Continued on Page Five)




Fruit Festival Prize and Ribbon! Awards Announced I



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The hit of awards made at the Frank L $I, 2nd, Phillip '.Insa, Sir 3rd,
Packing house exhibit of fruits I Rot ,t groves, cup donated by Ceo or more varieties-1st, r-
eleventh annual fruit festival -1st, Avocado and Persian Lime : Holt !I don, *3; 2nd J. B. Tower $ J L. Hickson. 23.i
individual Fruit Exhibits King "s-,1st, Mrs Julia
ornng
which Closed Tuesday Is announcedby house exhibit of I
Growers' Association, cup donated I .Packing' vege- I Valencia oranges-lot, Mrs. W. Polk, $3: 2 1, '.{It Carson $2.:
Festival Manager E. H. Gal- Ij.v Red Crow Drug Department t -lit, Goulds Growers, Inc. .
J Krome $3; tad, J. L Hickson
lUumna avocados 1st. Rlulr
laher be follows Stole; 2nd Silver Palm Fruit I IGroWl'II' cu. hated by Belcher Oil Co.; :
to as : I,$2, 3rd, Mrs Julia Polk, $ ,,
2nd. An 'rican Fruit Growers, Inc Hickson, |3.: 2nd, J. R. HI:ksun,
dunited Assoiiiition, donatedby
Sweepstakes cup by cup Persian limeht, J. U Hick-
I 3rd J. R H.'on
I $2. $1
donated Went Ken :
by Flagler
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Col Rkhird Gmil)!>> of Mnini J. N. Lummus, Jr. cup son, 83, 2nd, Dr. Curl Robinson,
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nel club. Ut,J. K link
Taylor avocados
Gordon-H'U-on pecking hou> Grove and home packers of $2; 3rd, Vane L Harris, $1KumqudU -
Cumn' iiiiI i booth lit. C. ,1.1-. I Best citrus son, 13 2nd Blair Hlckaun, *2; 3rd
Ut ,
> fruit ( Calderwood groves, cup dhl'b:: -' 1st K. W Stone, $1,
f' .J; 2 1 1, 1 I' lid, a;1 Id Nil1' ]- 'I.HI.I, (I b. 'Mi mil Such Kenml I frriit9 ',!2nd J. L. Hic-luon Sac, 3rd, J. R. Hicluon, tl
I n II I: 4ll! U IIt 'l.ld ',. Jud) l"1111",i, ,llOrrap (InI ,.on $10 2nd, J. L. Hkkson $5. Phillip Reams, 2VLoquaU i Six avocados in box- Ml, ,a.-

$ .j I Will J";, i Jul, Quiilj I But! display of avocado. four !I l t, Mrs W K Haas. (Continued fro i page
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Pave Two_ THE LEADER-ENTERPR1SE Friday, March 8. 1940
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"'" t' .... t.. hear I CROIIV RITES TUESDAY
ORCHID \z life's! Tatal :
JUrG 4' FREEZG-iDLE L
f f 't'; Vr:? ( ;attic llnrrsHi :. .., .' I... -I. Pull I Funeral services for Edward
J Crohn 25 of 219 Ctilabrtal ive-

; HOMES MENACED! ::- 46,080 {IN D.AD' nue, Coral Gables, who was killed
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irI I "rv foMrs.I Cutie ] r t far )oung l
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U. Barnes T9, widow of-Joh- hnd'm'ciI;! fT'ti;. conxrn- Feb. 29, in an automobile accidentnear

BY BRUSH FIREThe Barnes, who died at 12.41 : I'HBIISTPSS.TOLD I n?, th. To-ii'cnd non c Yj'l be In- Florida City, were held at
I Wednesday afternoon s: her horn:: .ud*j in .n 'd8re<. bit George 2.30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at
on N. W. Fourth street Col'ewu.. Vow at III nieetin of t:wnsend the Turner Funeral Home. Burialwas
L A Fennell Orchid Jung'.e.tnd a l.nner.ng lanai: 'v/ti l he!d'at t .Cube: Saturn Park, Miami, atM
several' residences; jnd guv:. 3 o'clock yesterday aliifiioon a',1 Pointing; out that; the mifralory" o'e'eelt SwidT.r rtternoon In Palm Cemetery at Naranja.
were endt.nl'red by n ?n's and the Church: of God \vih thi ni.\ I laborer I In one of ,H. ombV n 'v '" Members of the K3t>itead Townsend Vitas Naomi Davis, 20, of Homestead .
Ceo Q. Copon; ot.ieltlM. BlUM : Pub ire plnnnlni to attend is recovering from injuries
brush fire which swept ten n.-rs ;I"I! '' F'o--li !Is ,' kf\11l to ran".
early Sunday night. w.s in Pil.n C rietery, N wn.U. i iThs the misting, according to John D. received in the same crash. Crohn
i VP')''-9n'. senior aide c: ,
Scores of volunteer flrem-n bit- Turner Funeral Home had'charge t':veong sicretary.
who was driving the car In whichhe
tied the flames which of am ite-.n s.Mri. the frrm seu'1t nin'i'-tr": '" I
started neurthe and Miss Davis
old Dixie highway arlJ11.- : Banes v a< a na. v.o..' Sa! V the : Iccl Sti'D ari"Ol : were riding,
'.. t be- killed almost
ni i. : ; L i was Instantly when
blown westward byI stiff breaf. ler, A'n., and c.'.IIP to H:.n.'....., A.i-l-ultrf.( 11 H fik: Mm i by rcav n.-'i 1 he was thrown out as the car over
On Epmore drive the fire enc.r.'lfd tl years 020. S'ii i su.'v.v.J I (before he W'dljnd Di"fr ct '! .. 7'r r Mr v "- mr>D turned three times after a tire
foul ne. ro residences wh 0: bat: Mir ,on.. Divid, B.un.'ii. Jo..r. i tli: Ja: A.'o'fi! in fit c. f" iu'rovjrnneil MRS T;'. r' V ',' "i' 'HV.LI blew out.
Barnes, Edward: Barnes arts Gen.
ly aped destruction.T'ir i o, u d 3,11 fir n -
',,' fl.iini'i moved rup.": ', tov. Barnes nil! of Homestead: a dau.h-! nr 1:1"! : 4'fli 1 'i i
I the Fennel! tract 1'-' e'e: '::J irh. tar Mrs. Frailor Wsldron of ,"'jrlsf, ti-rn" oj o. '(, i, J
I" \ at the \ ','V edoc"l Mcllwaln and !It.-.. J. L. taniUr; Tae meet nn ova:1 t k l
i-o"i N".,, s'r!. Mr. T DUST T131E
o innsOiang' : -i.e. w| o ; on. ho.nr i. WT I i. L>. i y
,I FI| 111 > ''Inve near the D leis h'i--! Hall of Hlrh Paint N. C., end! ?:'r,1 (' \ o. 8:13 P. X I
> > .Hid along: tro t :igluv: j, Mrs. J.ml .it c, 'U'-i1'! ". The U.i.lE.I SMI; < > orivi? : 1'1
i ''IlI'd' damage b, 'III'r.. lie "? '. h (.'' 1' .:' I.) ,1 ADSI,
1.. 1'I I (Twain in Ho n','h'n,.. by tic iu '.,">.! ? ,u ,;. c ,1 a Ile ,
: !11.] lire, one of the moat jp.i ..- -._.._- .---.- M.-. Sri.-.( : -r-d 'JTM t as
I in: in leeent weeks, attrjotedM I S n' \VANT3 S.ULOR1 her ben cmnu'jtrd a* Bo', t ddea

uis Dl' motorists, many of whom I The United States Navy recuiing ; end several 1 more win be built (
'.' Ii 111 the bnltlo to ,,n I','c..I the service !habeen pssieriod a next year at other points, he "11.<1. '
f "" quota of 110 men for enlistmentfrom t The camps are open to worker< -
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the only for
Florida-Georgia are a a designated length of
I during the motto of March: T','- time rid llv.ng quarters and t .e
GROWERS\ MEET area include e'ev n nivj reeruH- neocssl'.iei! of life era furn:.l-cd
ing station', cue.of which Is toculd nt a minimum chilI" '. Trmttuit t
t DANIA TODAY IN r In Die federal build.nj at t comps ;,abeen erected u C..I. -
Miami, and handier lipoJcations .0 n' -id '18\1I i f.',#vti a iu ?
from Martin Palm Batch, Brow the 11)11 it 'r ttii. Jl
DISTRICT MEET I r.rd Dad and Monroe countlei. DII:In: .he cgrlril u"il 1 s'a ,M i as r
In tho H dland Dis.r.a. In m
rd a boy who "faif down"In laborers and their! fcmi.,", :11,1

I \V Hi, i ,,,-k| of ,ntrnie, ti.mi' tli! ? nudito n, Knee-Hi the op."i ... i .r v ,
I 's; ml nlh.T prep '10111011 '",-hml, I went through s..tKitirie of tricks, other wi. th i I.. 'I i I,
I II in tin- (;iiinvrrnf" lie ne.f d and Dr. Brunhoi piVe II talk on condition, I1.-. Simmon- i
I Ilili, School were to he pate; the proper oboer nee of traffic --- --- -
rules both by tlNp'pedestrlan eels C7 T1I t XK lit
j 'Hint Diinut High Srhool in the and,, till
fir-1 xiiminf the Eighth Districtiiokcth.ill the car driver. -f",.- We \isl- ::1' f-.ark m. I i.
i I I tournament ut 9 oY'ojk: A parade of students from He friends for t tier ex; -en,
ti i i. HimmiiK' in the Miami Eduon high school to the park, led by then ---- ----- -- -

inn 'iMiini. If they come out o safety patrol ,ind the local school
I '''I' in this name the lnr.it,I lion '
appearance.SOUTH
vill |pint either Gesu High schoolor I

ternoon P.ihukee High School this .if- ----- &IERr I

Coach Ted Dieter will take lluI'llliUMim -
players to the "Nun" ', FLORIDA r
TI' 'il Clinton Bishop J.iirc Sn -
I II .1/ T Godwin, Kd: Kni."
H"iI'" '| IHImgvr 1 Milk M 1 0 tA\\l\91

< Wing I C'l.nlcC: Wake !
I I'' I Hiatus und M.ti 1 Hi Up
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i I 1-, 'like will !bet -. '. i
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I il I ( 11 iinanieml| : r n. d" Hear the tru.h urijutCandidate t: ulti'raties -
'I i ii-, twin, was de.-lt.ivd: .:ii'i 111',1. I f
>1-k: tin-executive soviet i from \lltiUIt.1tI"vat .1.10.
i I 'In. ,1 Ida High School) At! "n- hinter I.u. ti1UlilS'i5
\ i.. ..1 I oil because of par.up.i-
i i nun high nchi-il' bi-kc-- '
""- which Is i in \j flour'' ,.' ,
tic ,, ,
i- .M Hi' association. Ch"mil 'II:
i I- ivi-d on ,the Florida City. Con
tit f sinedkit
10"1hurch, team In .1 ,K. m.% \
nmi, tt, eke ago
('act DIeter announced Horn- 50\9
rte id li.i.. 11 "i-i the end of tin1 -t.r.o:
is.. i hill '"umam'l11"1.. : > ii
is i n, 'iw 12 games o-i ,n- irri-
uu Ni u :IOIt"nn.,110 i ciuipiit t'
tl.U.on' antlered, ,Im' tit, H..IM.

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CANINE TEACHER J r-


GIVES LESSONSIN 4


SAFETY HERE


Every 25 seconds
Knee-Ill the canine -.ifrv ,..tlvjctte Charles FrancisCOE
earn to llomi'-tv ofI'd.I of every day
gave several I hundred Children: I
and adults lessons I m the prtx'imethods 5omeho fy buys :,

of observing s.ifcty rules Chevrolet! I
The dog was brought here b) anew
iU owner, Dr Ceo. E. Erunson.,
who it In chiitge of the safety pro- for
gram. It performed in the street
in front of Legion Park and in U.) S. SENATEWill '
the Nev King Cooper school
auditorium.KneeIli. I Speak
was officially welcomedby
Mayor Tom Harris at the park. .on. .the.-.w.need ke representation for atcresMhp InWaah.lRlton. $ All models priced at Flint, Michigan. Tronipor-
Harry Pierce, captain of the safety 6 59
patrol of the Homestead High I ration bated on rail rates, state c School, introduced the dog to the
LEGION PARK
students A short talk was made, Mxsm as iintNiss court (if anyopri'onal equipment and acceiior/ei-
M. Hindman ,i TIIURSU.LRCII .\Y
by Baker principal
of the Homestead High School. ) 1-1-8 P. :M.J Other motels slightly Usher extra. Prices pub/." to change without notice.

The little wired haired .terrier I I (Paid Politlnl Adv.
demonstrated iU knoll.lodge el-
safety rules and regulations by i Bird Chevrolet
routing boys who started to play I' Company
football In the street, and forcingtwo > '

boys from a bicycle movingIn L.T:. HOMESTEAD FLA. PHONE 93q
the traffic. The dog also guard-





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Address by Dr. Ruehle Reveals Control Measures I




Developed by Station for Tomato, Potato Pests


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Methods of controling disease i land experlm nt* with sprays and the Utter the cuprous oxides! have! to c'I"t: apple: : rt oni b ilisuaUy .. ,- the other hand spraying once a
dusts contain; copper h-\e been thus far given the mOlt sjt,.rac- | ahlll1er: yields than week with cuprous oxide or one of
and pests which: attack potatoes!J conducted foi :h: past three se-- tory results under our co'id't:on*, bordeaux mixtuie In a drv; season ,the basic copper sulfates! has more
and tomatoes of Dade County was sons, In which most or the commercial Tilt application of red or yellow 'i such as occurred 111 1933-39 I than pOid for Itself through Increased -
the theme ot an address delivered copper products available cuprous! oxide at 3 pounds to 10J I unapt aged plants out->',e ded : yields
Tuesday by Dr. Ceo D. Ruehle, j locally hlbeen given a thorough gallons: once a week has given plants sprayed with bordeaux mix- I On of the moat nteresting d *-
pathologist at the Suptrioplcal Ex-trial. lontiol nearly equal to that ob- ture or dusted with copper-lime I coverles in connection with the
periment Station, at a meeting I I Based on the appearance of the tauud vv.t.i bOl'dotll1" mstuu:. u ciut>t, In fact, thus far in our experimental spraying tests has been that tie:
sponsored by the Florida Agri- plants and their relative freedom mine luxuriant vine growth, and a tests. spraying tomatoes II addition of line sulfate at the rate
cultural Research Institute at from altemjrla Infection, no fungicide higher ;V'ed: The basic copper with bordeaux mixture or dusting lot 1 and 1-3 pound. to 100 gal
Winter Haven, has been mote effective than sulfates generally ranked below with copper-lime dust, has not : Ions of the copper pray will lead
Among those who attended the I.8-8-100 bordeaux mixture Applied the cuprous oxides In y,eld, but proved to be .i paying, proposition :to ,lureutes oi vied amount.ng tiI >
meeting were fertilizer and Insecticide once a week Yield records, gave higher yields tluin tie cup from the IJndpollof increased I from 20 to 40 field rates poi acre!
manufacturers experiment however, p.o\.td that bordeaux P"i ox>'ch:orlJes. wniui in turn yields, though Iht uit from in When the tint salt was added to
station, college of agriculture and mixture was less detumbie to use oul-y.eldea bordeaux mxu.. sprayed and duieo plots -. "i\V4i ,i neutral copper spray half the
extension service representatives, |than certain of the so-called "In- In t.n >nil wet 'P'I' o the greater freedom 'nun does) I u I dmcnmt if hydrated lime was also
United States Depart of Agriculture l soluble or neutnl coppers Of into.ub: copper .v> u I I a the fruit nom i situ outs I (Continued on Pane Ten)
workers, representatives of I
United States Department of Agriculture I ,.
workers. representlves of I
the Agricultural Adjustment Ad.
ministration, state Inspection and ;
control workers, representatives of y4IC x a
land bank and production credit < /lro v
associations, representative of the
Florida Citrus Commission and
members of the Exchange Production -
Managers Association hey I'r' '
Dr. Ruehles address follows Pp F 0T

Tomatoes

-Tho tomato Is the most 'imnort
lint vegetable grown in Dade
County, with more than 10.000
acres devoted to Its rultui in-
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nually. With the tomito *.UI-
other truck crops the problem )t
pest control becomes mon and
more difficult as the cam. "op
\ is planted year after year II he
! same locality
; Nailhead rust. caused b> the
j fungus alternaria tomato. furnishes
r an excellent example of .1 eel
, lively unknown disease 'increa ,
i ing In Importance oven I period [
I II
I of a few growing seasons to one of,
first Importance threatening to )
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the entire tomato Industry Nail i
head rust was first recognized In I
Florida In 1913 and gradual! increased I Above it the BUICK SPECIAL .
in importance until It was I Head f thean
causing 90 per cent annual loss In 1 Ii jI "-doortouringredan IJOOG* 0 "l'flSJ: .:
I 1823 and 1924 Since 1923 the I! '
;i disease has appeared each year 1 I '" .
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but than at 2 no to time 4 per has cent It caused loss In more the'I II npHERE are a lot of things about '1' .,' < '" ,<,!

I I state The reason for this marked I I J. this stunning 1940 Buick to ro : l"f f: ". ;
reduction of the disease after 1923' .
is \
attention that if .
may be accounted for by the 1-1 claim your ...: ",. .
most universal growing of the I you really want to know what's r$$ <' k-i'",,, w \..... ,,.:..,,, '

highly resistant marglobe variwv i what in motorcars.
or of varieties developed from the

years marglObe.other During varieties the have lust beenplanted few For instance, you've got to admit that its and its Foamtex cushions soft as a down puff.

in Increasing acreages, style has done a lot to brighten up and
which may I lead to a recurren-e i| beautify the boulevards. But skipping this even skipping the fact
of this disease in serious form at i I that Buick prices are lower than some sixes

some Alternaria future date blight caused by the (: And, from the way folks are swinging over there's one thing that alone is enough to

fungus alternaria solani is the most 'I to Buick, it must have something talue-vtise send you hot-footing to your Buick dealer.
important fungus disease attackI I that's important for you to measure.
ing the tomato In Dade County at' That's the obvious fact that as Buick goes
the present time It attacks the I a hear about its
What quick-olT- these the
stems and foliage of the o'an to you days so goes industry.
any time from the seedling stageto themark engine and the
maturity and will rot the II' I silkiness it gets from bal. It set this years pace last year -:-and right
as well The fungus lives over 'tt at now it is plainly the car others will be like
lit" ancing a fttr assembly certainly
saprophytically from one seasons i Yrl tel "
to the next on old tomato and potato calls for inquiry some day.

site on vines wild, and solanaceous probably as hosts a para-and e.89"s So do the obvious thing. Go try out this
So do the noticesBuiCoil
volunteer tomato plants The ) r ve. superb traveler.
spores are able to survive long eIICoU\I Springing getsofBas"an
periods of weather conditions that ( pv1CCC* and the talk you hear Even if you don't discover that Buick is an
do not favor their development. j-
No absolute control for this disease I -rlilt $9 :t- about five-foot front immediate"must,"you'll decideyou'll neverdelkyred

Is known at the present at Flint, seat room in the SUPER Abe really happy till you have one.
time, and a commercial control *
that Is entirely satisfactory has I TranfP0 rail
J1'hh; WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES AM BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
not been developed. The thorough on
application of copper fungicides ) Vl"uarlj heal
generally gives a partial control, rata, :: ) -,

taxIS duiPa"lentandBohai

WHO WOULD extra.

_&JJelleve ? accessorrl prices sU With h' t out to /

,change
Ed Wynn, comedy star, has spent notice.
more than II 404 on the upkeep'
of bin favorite paIr of shoes boughtIn ::
1909
You will of course spend far Ir"
keeping your radio in first cl' Preston B. Bird: Motor Co.
shape by taking advantage of our
THRIFTY repair service Poor reception -
Is unnecexsiry Cu t I.:> S. KR03IE AVE. Opposite Tag Agency HOMESTEAD, FLOKIUA. Phone 18f
a call
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Rnend: as ..rend .I.moll ...".r I
.... I a I'I 11U. .l Ih. pint oil.. ..1fl. .4 9 "ill CRANE ofSTtTSON
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t The fotlnwiiif Items *n t.Wn v.h.llm .,
rK': III II PrxMrnl and lulls: from fll'n of the Ho,,,..,,. ,iFnlrrprlw
HAIL I futnbllihril III.., 15 III,
MM lilt II'Adi ARIIIFK .. the Unulti UnrW. 11... ...r.... CM IT I Ml. wllh the Roma
M..tar and TrtMum
stood Lnd.r
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,nsmiPTIOM RATBlii $ ,, .ttyi March 4, 1920Council

Dan' 1 unir .. IMS + p q _" met in regular ,,".

OK. 1 ..I f iud wirtr; :_.: :: II.M : iilIt lit slon on Monday night Till .p-.i .
;
1 I It t tp polntment of J. W. Pritcliml' l .'-

1t I Ir marshal, succeeding Al DII'I i .
t "( ;, ;]lei! F 1 hant" e "
signed. was confirmed

r 1 .,\t'm', -'Thai-ley Martin ,111t1 I H "

I ,," Morgan a popular YOUtH: If- ,

uAll stead couple were m, n t c d I ,

\ court hoa-c 't1mi J I on1", ""

i t l. 1 ''I r 4 afternoon ,"
I ...k'I .c
t' I
-'Miss Rowland Be' ( '
,I (,Ih .t known I fiwiy
clerking in the A. D. Clint ''I'
f "om" wi' tin,. Fu. } '
,t.l 1 till' admmt tt.t&on, I 1 h : ; ?l .r vt x.. l TI tlaf I11Alt'15.y (Florida City.)

I '.' ,Hi the problem of I -"Mis. E. P. Henry 1 left s 11' -
'
I It PRIANO, ALA. home in KII1',
t day for her
t I t.,,, do with it, after /

ol, i( 1othird! of the (Florida City.)

i monetary, gold supply! Into ='J. M Leach had the beet display -

"oI'lt'1II' aultnI of sweet corn at the recent
THE
I .ream of gild has steadily Dude County fair." (Florida Cit )

ti'i cd to this country line jan- w -"The Citizens' councilmanic
sA Frs
"i- \ .O. 1934 when the United ticket Is as follows in the order of

State. pegged the price at $35 an their nomination: A. C, Craw, (re-

mite The price for generationshad nominated); J, M. Leach (renoml-

,teen $20(7 The argument nated); B. F, Collier, (renomi-

given by the administration was nated; J. S. Caves, denominated): ,

Bill the raising of gold price W M Jackson; S. S. Shields denominated -

would automatically raise prices ) ; W. J. White. E. J.

in other lines particularly in farm Rhodes Is the candidate for mayor

products and W. F. A. Robertson for clerk

.. rh, "fxperiment did not provide SWIF'TCSrI. and treasurer ," (Florida City.)

'h, rtc ,red effect, and the United
/ OF' ruE GA4f.EAa1ah. March U 1928.
Slots now finds Itself in the po- I.

i M lien it would be dangerous FISIIG$" 4'0 -'The Homestead public school
(1
I" 1 gr policy, In Use opinion ,. ft : .IL\; enrollment has passed the 300

?i I \ ("* 'Idi'nwelsei,, gold expert / ; .. "'- .. mark. ."

j F.-ririul, Reserve' Board In -'--- n -'We are glad to announce that

'ttrn, for the January J Re\ A. A. Holmes had alrendv entered -

i fee Federal Reserve '_ "' on the work at Perrine and

I M.vii Raid in an asset Larkin .' (Baptist Notes)

\ ""I \ .,I iue today and its value I ,
quire is unpredictable, and Built In 1881 by II A, DeLand, a founder generous patron. -Gco. Ranson is assisting to
the office. during the ill\I1C" J
I ,' : that: "no simple solution I I ol the city bj that imme ELAND HALL The SAILFISH is credited with speed of Eunice post Nixon, who has l'au/oIhl

: dciied..An i abrupt: oesutio was 01nally used as a high school. It of 60 miles per hour and has been known the flu-always late," J
.I".1 Amm in gold pmehn, the fa of the mule buildings which
was : t I -"Mrs. E. D. Brunei and '."((1
40 feet of water loose
leap across on a
reitc chaotic Univerto '
u <('ndIUon..1 now stand iii the John C. Stetson I left for their home In' ;Pv! ip'ylvanla .

I' ,tI'lI pointed out that i pity cimpu In 1887 a charter was obtained line. Along with the tarpon it Is the most ." .. !

t',., u", t the American corner on I from the state incorporating DeLand Uni highly prized catch among big game anglers .: -"Mr. and Mix E. D. M4CII'd .
I
: market become
c.A nearly
cnmpln the rent of the world 'erdty: later to become known as John B. along the Florida coast It reaches, 4 .l lencth I'and young con left Tlius,
,. >ulti I .m, i/ably refuse to reriMIi I Stets()n University in honor of its most of more than eight feet.CUIL : Chester Pa, their home. Th y' ,
I have been spending a moiTth 1tT5! : S
Id of
being
e u mon..t.oryvulllP .

which would leave the I" ", ," .....'._ ...'....'_....._..--- .".'.'..'..... I Mrs C D. Burr ...ontempI"j!
on the short of the At- ; J. Owens is
United States In possession of Its I'IrKlce I I"W.
I In Utah the Mormons hove! a position with, the 1
't i v e, valultitlJe, only at a :
Children in Court
I service In Zion canyon F, E. C. at Miami succeedme the j
11 I I he used" hot ornament '
a great natural arapnittieiitcT, late C C Sutton, formerly of t
I Ity Judge Malcolm llairteld
I C TAAAAAJAAAaaAAA.UAl and 300 voice take part in thetrepresentatlon Homo-tend: The position htunllv va-
v I :. 1 ,It. Jr.. assistant ? ; 1
RCl'I't"i i nt 1 the 1 Itesui'rectionInlientiOA .. I' a promotion but Mr. ()lv ,n. '
I""t.. advanced the "P'I1-' "" '.'- ''' '''''''
likes Homestead pretty well I I ,
I"t t h before tin Political I t 1 PARTY LOYALTY
6441AFitter case of his removal there .1 n
1 ,II' LwveisHy that" the' j from his hither, .I
.... N.t.' Mr. "" 'dhI.om.... "The pleasure has bben removed Thomas of Florida Cilv \\011' I I h
:, 1l1'Y' ,one tins; 1. I I T,'cldv I he Toiiblc, an .ir "'rt'ltJou Iron the bi John will "
and
"' j jI lui In line t take his plnccW ,
\m'h; : : :, :; 1' : I : *
1111. '"MM'si' ta In"i<. Ih. I N. .n" ni nt "nrinnraM. the smell of Intttr Kermit J "
,.e/oh..... Add.... eDmmuM.A.n live the surgeon replied In answer A. Shuler nnd I h, "II, I
II, tn I -"tiont i I Roosevelt give lit hi ,\11"'''("'ni
.11" futhei
were. tn frantic
t" w 545 N. It.711th j! 1 B inquiry, left for Tallahassee thin wet )1. o'i,
,I lit.. tlt..1. +i ,, F"I"1,, I 1. "'.
th n. cltiretl hit' wrist In < \ I lu111'1111 ..
I Deep In I tl" f Il'uww\ \ receipt of the news of the d' 1:1:I ,
;.(11 ippolnUiJ .11 "ffi" "l lit (their I 'r,nv
A little silil. xclamallon when thnt IK alone WItS responsible for. of their father and seiuii ;ill' ,
,r, fI. resigned that nnd d nt t F i'11.111.1! '
.he (n'" mvj a tree draped in {this nou injury of their mother."
lend Internation
1,1' to nn nrmy brigade of -
Spanish mo<"' Oh. ee the tree Only that noun lie had halt ici'- -"The little year and 1 I I. I'
.11 ... ,'"m, !. 1111d ilsWhM .
t with ttiat" eujMmfjn1 I with W'ii.--k 'i .,' t lously said to his son, "Ktio,'k the ,I son of H I Cheynov v' '' ,

I blocks off j\v of the kids that calla 1 crated on at his borm I h t '!
,; 1 lust the 1 Idea" (ofloan told that Olin Miller, .
I you dirty Democrat. day by Di Martin of Miami
) links mori tike Out in l1ywoOd-they should philosopher parngruphcr, said politicians "
., spelt It Halt way to school John encountered suited by Df J. A. Smith .
call
necessity than a"Gooseeggs" HoU.wood-they a might bury the hatchet .
I -"A Ford truck. driven bs .I",
[success play a "socko1. and a fells yet never lost Iillilt of the ax they Eddie and the latter
s lure. a .....*." ] had to grind old Ears said "Itfslthecats. out "Fr .*i rats and pickled Home was run into by an O.II Kl I.d,

for Editors they mought bury It but ore good enough tat Demo on the Dixie highway Sunday' 'u'
:
crats.! Remembering his fathers ning C. A. Morgan, who 'u,. r dIng .
II L, i 1 famous. editorial fruit The U S News Magazine gives the grave no tiurned shallot thy admonition John with Mr. Home wan cut urllllnd
can see right down to the gasslyremauid. I immediately
t' 'i rr, ,' iiu. t ends err,* expftimI Vi ttoapwfayt fmreaie in the number plunged forward to give battle the face, but the Oakland W.h tile
,
I "u 11 of Uncle Sams employees as real sufferer"
I never get ricittl a' 6 but accidentally fell and buttered
of Jan. I : 1913: M3, OO: 1438BOS wife of the
//1. 1\ I child I I to born the ntt his head against the street curb. I Mrs Wingale,
', 1 ,MM); 1940. 910000 I like to turn the radio to Cuban who seriously injured in
> ;1'' slit c nun sop >U: the edit man was
< w 111) gives him, the proper i, programs for to reasons: tint, I I In many localities a political a sawmill accident some time ago,

i, -I'oft. gels. $(), When he I It The county commission of Palm 1' like their soft, mellifluous music, election is taken so serioudly that has returned to Homestead Mr.
whole families
become
j and while I can not understand divided, '
e id the clergyman gets $10; Beach County 'has taken! steps to J Wmgate is recovering! lowly
while
neighbors refuse to talk
to
their introductions (In Spanish) 1 1I 11 f the following -
t' (.litoi lieu $0. When he is nur forward the Florida east coast each other. Children who have -"John Moffett reports
had druthen I'd "druther"listen
d the clergyman $S, the my sales of real estate: Ed
rn( arts 'pUui of making Federal 1 ghway been Intimate friends become
I to something I can't understand
-
editor gets $0 for II long-winded No. 1 R four-lime road from Miami estranged because their fathersare Brooker 7 lots In Commerce addi-
than to understand something -
tion L. A. Wise 2 lots In Com-
article about the beuutiful ind to Jal'l : to which I do not wish to, affiliated with different patties.Mjny .
addition J. D. Redd 3 lotsin
'i'..x>tnplish :d bride, Whom he dies. words merce ;
listen, for Instance the advertisIng are attend In the J. A.
and
Oth".1 Commerce addition
the doctor from $23 to $100
gets ; One eye said to the Interlude presence of children during the In
the undertaker gets from $50 to ; Hobart Pensacola, three loU
.
There something between us a heat of a campaign which should "
$200; sad the editor gets $0 for that smclla" One question bringsup never have been spoken Such the above addition
his
I Evidently there Is no "horny "Rufe Dorsey has brought
the complimentary obituary another: If I had four mackerel conditions are never conducive
-- ,.. handed son of fQII" bus b6 w to cabin cruiser down to Florida City,
T1IC HINT IsOO'iERANGED! and one smelt how many good about John L. Lewis head of the: good cilinetohip. where he has been living"
fish would I have
A, man on a visit to a friend In CIO's national labor organization -Carrie Schumacher U employed -
a 0 a
London overstayed hu welcome I fur, when he came to Miami lora activity could be deWrmuied b } as cashier at the Seminole

It was getting towards Easter and I Some people think that on 'rest," he dolled up considerably the shape of his head-by the Pharmacy'1Lois "

his h
Wduld< havo the desired renultDim colors, (attitudes white and black then wrapped himself In the folds The business centered about the the Masttria"

.t you think," he taid "that I however. Ive seen some beautiful of exclusiveness and refuted U) New York publishing house of -'Herbert Sinsel of Cameron.W. .

your Mfe and the rest of your shades of "aIIn.ltul'\ and we see reporters, photographers and Fowler & Welts and many yean Va., Is visiting his brother. H.

family will want you to be with' do )have midday sun and moon.a other "publicity hounds" later I saw their "shingle (sign) S. Suuel!, at his Redland home ."

them it Easter" a glow, morning dawn and evening still up on Broadway Demonstrator -"The Homestead Hotel Is

'M.n repllt'dM guest 1 I itwibgh4-.beytuuful shades of gray Seventy-five yean ago phrenology went over the country giving keeping up with the time b\ installing -

believe you're ight It's real had a big run over this country lectures. examinations and selling electric lights on both sides

though ful of you. I"U tend for It has been a Miami custom to its proponents claiming that I charts, and now this Science is of the front entrance M. ftf .

tl1f'mEx, i:,,observe Caster with a sunrise ,,"one'i ability. J "for 'I certain ,lines t of losing !revived (Richer Installed the lightsr .


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: Dade Census Director I youth of the nation Capt. I will occupy the Brooke 1 Lumber
TAXPAYERS REAP DEATH STRIKESContinued .
I
I 1 Asks Lions' ,Co-operation I man said Company sample house hull f"i
i' Pointing to the vast 'the festival She will anal,. i written -

BENEFIT AS CITY (,iv ih.ID airplanes questions 01 111\ e .i read i ii
Co-opor ition in the agricultural"
census to be taken soon vv as ic- ( from Rio, OIK) yearly in the United States I I A local high .1'1",01\ ... I \ I I

linn, .:lIgltnd l and' Mi !.11't hill, peiker aid one company charm real n.iko. MII\ i '
Wchstci G Wallace, ; '
USES CHEVROLET quc.ted by 1 :; :; ::: : ; : .
; ;
completes '
census direct for Dade lounlv .i n..tlor r'llihpRiu, N, Y. t ,milo '" ilight ship presenting, icullv\ DM mho \

I in a talk before u meeting of the' Cutler and .'.ll1hllI,,'
Redland District Lions Club Tues I' home' ,in 1804 The hid l boon h Ining changing industry" in HIP I I I'wail he ,i wheel of i.h. n., ".,,1..
,
Dctinit. Mich Much' 7 -Economy -
day night it Waltham MUM. where mprenements are being mil gallery, and a shine' 'n''
in the interest of the taxpayer -
I "All questions should be answered they wont soon utter their rourriuge t most daily and occasionally I II where one may win I I' "i it..
hat staunch advocate
a in accurately and there shouldbe in 1871 Mr. Mitchell was I is good technique today i I shaves, manicures 01 N."I.I"> t I.m, '
the person of Frank C. Young no fear that the Information I connected with a watch manufacturing not be so tomorrow he said. |I local business hounen At ,,,..tiir
supervisor of equipment and trans-
for may be exposed, as It is protected' company III health which I Aviation, as It stands ,concession the carnival i 1'1 i"'\
portation the New Jersey state l
I by law" Mr. Wallace said One caused him to become a seml- one of the safest means of tries )his skill nt putting\ "t ,i
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highway department who has Just
I question that sometimes Is 'shiedat' I Invalid forced him to relinquish poitation and during the past candle iliac with a vv',itoi ,''u",
released
figures on the cost of -
operation is that concerning earnings in his work in the north and on the eral years the Insurance There .
the usual
<< and repairs on a 1937 I is nags lip,
I i I fliers have been '
advice of physicians came to Florida greatly
The of this question where I ,
Chevrolet coupe which hns seen 11939. purpose said Huffman i negro is dropped 1111"
is to derive the purchasing power Capt water wheat the customer hits ,<
more than 400.000 miles of 24-
hour a day service for the depnit- I for the community and not Information I He soon reMained his health In I piloting ing automobile of an airplane, he with said I mark with a baseball: u fish i pond
ment. for the federal bureau Florida and did not suffer a serious an marble game d.uts.jiine pier and
dents fewer In the
Throughout three solid years of lot Investigation." Illness until he contracted the one I the flier are In air has t..lll'I'I i" cane game

almost constant operation the car | L. F. Chapman superintendent that caused his death Both his time to react an to emergency and I W. E. Rheney and Landon I'.ir-

traveled 409,403 mile, consuming of the Raiford pentlt ntiary, will I death and that of Mri Mitchell ation grasp a I ney will cull for beano games TIle
address the club March 26 were attributed to pneumonia I
24,319
gallons o( gasoline to The Rotary club will be I phvMcul education department wiH
establish! an unusual which followed an attack of influenza 'have of
operating the Redland District, Lions charlie boxing matches

record of 16.7 miles per gallon of I at a Joint meeting at Legion One of the mam attraction, will
gas Total cost per mile of the TOWN\ BALLOTINGContinued I Mi Mitchell was brought to the next Wednesday night stai' 'I be a popularity contest among the

unit to the taxpayers of the state United States from England by I 7 o'clock. high school gills Not until the

of New Jersey was but $0130, of his mother when he was a year night of the carnival will \tin ,'andldatcs -

which I 0007 was allowed for de- ( from Page One) and a half old. They lived In New for the contest hi ai\."f
preciation.The York city where he eventually met!
list does not meet their balloting 16 SIDE \ nouncedHo .
coupe was purchased Dec land married Mrs. Mitchell I "
: taste ) dogs, hiimbuigiMs pop
23, 1936 and was used in trnfficsUI''ey Surviving Mr. and Mm Mitchellare
I The name of L R. Becker atpresent i -- coin, peanuts cake, pie mdy
work until Dec. 4, 1939. four daughters Mrs. Dennis
a city councilman will (Continued irom rage cold dunk and other (", wi. mU7pul.cha..d
This means, according to Mr. J. KellumTmd Mrs John B. Leonard
head the list on the ballot as the : be front the Junl'i 11 I.,,-
Young, that the unit was operated I both of Miami; Mrs. A. B. the north and east entrance
candidate for mayor food booth.
24 hours a day by three sets of Murphy of Kendall and Mrs C opened
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drivers working in eight-hour With two exceptions the can- M Wine of Ormond Beach; two I There will be no charge Leon Chambllss will hav il h"rllt'
I dldatca for council posts are in- mission the the public speaking ,iddrr-s
shifts Minor overhauling jobs sons Frank Mitchell and Richard t to building I iof I
I Dr O O. Bievvster and
were performed each year and cumbents. T. Mitchell both of Kendall 36 : charge for parking car*, i I system whereby the ('",'nl\ tl \ ,101i -
Roy L. Neill are running for the I i wIllJ' informed .if.
only one complete overhaulingwas I grandchildren and 20 greut-grand Tickets to the side shows ton ( kept
given the car after it had com- first time children. be sold for lane cents each 01 I what ix KOIIIK cm at ill tlmtmli '
I The incumbent candidates for I : : ,
I member
pleted more than a year and a for ten rents. faculty a t pinsiblt -
council are John H. Rohrer R. W. Seven grandsons served .is. pull-
half of service with a total of A experienced fortune fin some concession
I Mulllns Alonzo Lewis, PaulHileyM bearers They were Donild I
287,000 miles on it E. Sever and Charles B Clinton Mitchell William Mitchell, Thorn
Per mile cost figures provided A. Mitchell Robert A Mitchell

I by the auditing and accounting Mrs Flora D. Myers city clerk Ralph Leonard and Raymond
bureau of the New Jersey state New Carload Fresh Stock !
and treasurer, and William J, Murphy. -
highway department by which the I
I Geronimo, town marshal, are can- I
low IHc per mile expense was didates for re-election. Two-Year GuaranteedGarden
arrived at, follow: gasoline i 0073;
The candidates were named in
FLYING SCHOOLContinued
oil and grease 10007: tires and .
a petition signed by voters
tubes, $,0013; parts .0013: repair I eltO :
filed with the town on Fcb
!
labor, $.0037, and depreciation, Hose
19 No other nominations were
$.0007. filed. ( from Page One)

here would be similar to those In
Mayor Edward Stillng an-
nounced he did not "choose" to colleges and universities throughout -" ._ '. I IO'
50 DOGS ENTEREDIN seek the office again the United States, Capt. Huffman : :
said. In the schools the

student pilots are given a stand I .j
FUTURITY OF
ardized flying education sit I rela- 1 "
FESTIVALContinued
tively small cost I
,
WEST FLAGLER Describing flying as "one of the

hardest things to learn and one of
( from Page One) the easiest things to do," Capt. t

j The annual 12,000 futurity makes his report, Mr Gallahersaid. Huffman said applicants for a

stake featuring America's foremost pilots license in the universities
i I two-year-olds 1st now under Landscaping of the festival are put through an extensive and

way at West Flagler Kennel club, grounds on the north and southof I complete course of Instruction by

; with greyhounds from four tracksIn the Chamber of Commerce especially-picked Instructor The

the state of Florida competing building is expected to start within students' manual Is a compilationof

More than 50 dogs are competing several weeks, Mr. Gallaher the best thoughts on aviation

In the 1940 classic said Various tropical trees and and standardized from existing

Greyhounds from the Orlando plants will be planted to form a flying methods

Kennel club, West Palm Beach permanent exhibit for visitors. The applicant is graded closely
Kennel club and the Hollywooddog Erection of a shed for cattle and on his ground work and IS sub

track have come to Miami to poultry exhibits also is being considered jected frequently and unexpectedlyto

attempt to wrest that rich J2000 the questioning of inspectors
purse from West Flagler's galaxyof Construction of offices within When he gets his actual flying 50-ft. length

two-year-olds the festival building for the cham- Instruction he is graded closely on

Representing Orlando in the I ber of commerce Is expected to practically every movement he 25-ft. length

1940 stake are Lucky Clark Lucky start soon Mr. Gallaher said makes In the air, The grading, together

Hog, Lucky Dot and Lady At Arms, Use of the festival building will with all other data concerning 249

all owned by Lester Cole. West I be offered civic organizations and his period of Instruction 122

Palm Beach will be representedby clubs for social events throughout Is kept carefully in a "log"

Texas Tech, owned by Bob' the year. It was said Compared with contemporaneous -

Ward while Hollywood has entered i businesses, the flying industry
Pakalo, owned by B. E. Ran- I still Is in its Infancy and there i.a is Live Rubber Imitrtube, Fabric Reinforced

dall, and My Gracious, owned by CROSSINGSContinued vast field of endeavor for the Tasted to Withstand City Wafer Pressure

Nancy Whitehead<

Among the outstanding Fluster Full /i-lnch hose ol tough black corrugated rubber.

greyhounds entered are Royal Up- ( from Page One) DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST with fabric binder and reinforcing. Complete with bran
set, National Coursing Association suit He pointed out that many
ol letviee.
Guaranteed
couplings to two
give year
futurity champion Rip A Roarin'Rip lucrative jobs can be obtained as

Snorter, Mixed Weather a result of training in flying.

Sir Raleigh and Fritzi Ritz Homestead firemen fought 14

and Buzzie Roll, those two pup fires during February accordingto Office Hours 9a.m.t.5p.a. BAMBOO HOSE

sensations which recently finished the report made by A. C. Sunday I te 12 NOZZLE

In a deadliest In the nursery stake Deputy, fire chief, to the council. Closed Saturdays LAWN RAKE
final. The police report showed that 0

Eliminations will continue at police during February made 26 Free Parking Space 33c

Flagler through March 18, when arrests. Twenty-two persons were 19c
1714 N. W. urn BT MIAMI
50c Yel.
the big championship final will found guilty in city court and a

send to the post the eight surviving total of 1383 In fines was collected, FHUME 22131homestead's 25. Value

greyhounds the report laid.NEWT .
LAWN

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Oldest roe,
Be sure that year eyes are ss

food u your trsket-have them G. BALLNOTARY Barber Shop for ukla1' ,

tested at least once each year i I...... arose 2.59

PUBLIC J I W..', Jill..,. w.tuis.laws. ..

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Fire Insurance and
Consulting Optometrists HAIRCUT 4fe I I E3

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GIa.1..A.1lwe COOL AND SANITARY Biscayne Blvd. at Uth. Miami Ample Fret Parking

D1aet..1 of n.'.b......'; lethaloac..l S$ S. Krone I gapers and courteous servic.A 9 2*
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I Fruit Festival Prize and Ribbon Awards Announced r



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,"tmurc from Page Om I \\vlu 3rd, Mi < R J-Witten", \ ilumheon l'I-1.t 1 Sit], I J' B find Trios-1st Jack Lulfnnn f: 2nd. ,.2nd. S. F. Mathews, SOc trit
late, S,gc. t3,: 2nd, Ann Hick lei (''Sr ; 2nd, Mrs Beimie Gourll'Y. Jack Luffm, M.W: 3rd, Jack White Indian runner ducks. 'J
II" %: ,
l"""dl .ivocados-Ut, Mrs W. Gouldia Crcnnell; 2nd, M.... V. M Crochet bag or puise-Isl, Mrs i Light brahmas Tr >,-1st. J. SLang Mallard ducks Pair-2nd, J. SLang .
X Walton (1 entry), $3. GrenneU.I J. J. Robinson. 2nd MI>>. Ccu I t2 2nd L. Murray tl.50: I SOcMuscovy, gI
Pineapple orangra-1st, J. It. I Nut or ruiiin bread-lit. Mr. I Groover; 3rd Mrs Russell Ilams, 3rd, J. S Lang. $1. I! ducks Pair 2nd,
lnk> .nn ( I entry). $3l ;I R. J, Wlttenwyler; 2nd Mrs. R Knitted article-1st. Mrs Adrian Barred Plymouth rocks. Trios-;Chai Behreni, SOc
'
l Isle l of Pine grapefruit Ut Schneider. Jacobs; 2nd, lit.... Adrian Jacob: 2nd Don Lair, tl.SO: 3rd, Joe i Love birds. Largest display-
I Citrus bread lit Mr, R J. I 3id Mrs J. J. Rubmson 2nd, J. U Free, $3.
,
Mr Julia Polk (1 entry I. t3 'I I Scale. 1. Two in class-lit, Clar-
Wittenwyleri Display of four or more em / Sweepstake poultry-Best trio
,
Carroll, tl 2nd, Joe Scales
.. Papayas-1st, Wesley Kelly ( I Banana bifud-1st. Mrs. R. J.1 broidered or smocked articlerlet I I SOc ence 3rd Clarence; Carroll 2Sc in show, J S Lang, $3; best cock
entry I tlTmnclo Wittenwyler Mrs. J J. Robinson; 2nd, Mri Russell ; 'In show Truman Bryan, Jr.. $2;
(Sampson)-1st. Mrs. Yeast rolls-1st, Mn G M.I Hams: 3rd, Mrs G M, Cooper. Buff Plymouth rocks Trios best cockerel in show, Joe Camp-
W .F Krome (1 entry). tlSapod : I Cooper; 2nd Mr. Russell Hams;, Display of four or more appli 2nd Bobble Seymour; tl.50. Twoin I bell, $2; best hen In show J. C.
.lias-Ut. Dr. Carl Robinson ,3id. MUM Coalda Giennell I qued articlet-1st, Mrs G M. clas*-2nd, Bobbie Soymour ;Gopp, t2: best pullet in show
((1 I entry). $3. Cinnamon roll*-Ut, Mr*. R., Cooper; 2nd Mri Poole; 3rd, Mrs. lOc Single (fl'male-2nd, J. SLang I Jack Luffman, $2.

Gu ',is-Ut, Charles Burr $1. Schneider:: 2nd, Miss ajGrennell A. E Smith I SOC.Black I Pigeons

MI; bel'flea-ht, II O. Cron- ; 3rd Mr*. R J. Wltten- I Handicraft and Thrift andalusians Two in class| Silver kings-3 or 4 In class, J.
wylcr (fcmttles)-2nd, J. S. Lonx SOc
1\.11 l 51IInl'lO j I Sack d splay-Ut, Mrs, Arthur IS, Lang 2nd, SOc; pair J. SLang y
tangerines-, J. R.Nakano. Fruit cake (light or dark)-Ut,I Smith; 2nd, Mil A. E Smith; SidMrs1 Jersey black giants Single (female 2nd, 25c! ; single J, S Lang.
\Ain. Arthur Smith; 2nd Mrs. )-2nd, J. S. Lang SOc
} tl ; Arthur Smith G M Cooper I White k ngs-!S or more in class. .
Individualrjrlable Exhibit |I Sponge or angel cake-1st Mr Wooden tray-1st. Alias Mabel White giant Two In class- J. S. Lang, 2nd TSc; pair, J, S.1s
i I Williams 2nd J. S. Lang. !SOc I Lang, 1st, SOc; pair J. S. Lang
D Eakcr
2nd Mr, Russell
;
( IlIno' cabhnge-let, unldentiifed
'I. e 2nd Mrs Roy Witten-,I!'IC. ., Wooden plaques Ut Mrs Buff mlnorcas Two In el"'I-( 2nd. 23c! ; 3 or 4 in class, J. S

\ "..i 75 '. 3rd, Mrs Russell Home I!I Pound or lonf coke-lot, none2nd :.,I James Roberta, Jr.; :2nd. James I 2nd, J. S Lang Sic Lang, 2nd, !SOc :,
4 MI, : Mr. C. D. Eiker Roberta; 3rd, Vrs James Roberts Black mlnorcas. Single (males) Lavender kings-3 or 4 In class,
mke Ut I 2nd, James Creuhaw, SOc; 3rd, J. S, Lang 2nd SOc; pair J. SLang "
I Put ph lop turnip*-Ut, Phillip ,: Layer Allen L. Pope:; Tooled or copper a.'tlcles-IIt, 1-
R. ,111' 51 2nd. Don Lair, TSc! : I I"I I 2nd. Mrs. A. C. Albright I Mrs Arthur Smith; 2nd Mr*. Gco I Seats 2Sc! 2nd, 25c
1 M Russell Horne, !SOc Cookie*-Ut none: 2nd, Mr. Wakefield; 3rd, Mrs. R. Schneider. | Dark cornish Trios-1st' CorkyBoumg'rtner. Yellow carneaux-3 or 4 in class,
,, "'t< Ut, H. A. Aman tlt ; R Schneider; 3rd, Mr*. R. J, Wit. I Crayonex wall Iwraing1st, I 1, $2; 2rH, Billy Sampson J. S. Lang 2nd, SOc; pair J. SLang r
,I \L Ry Wlttrnwyler, 7Sq! ; tenwyler I Mrs C DaNisco; 2nd. n. M Kuhn: $150; ; :Ird Billy Sampson $1 2nd 25c; pair, J, S. Lang, ;
I 1'111:111':I Reams SOc Orange lime or other citrus pilot e' :; 3id, R: M Kuhn Two in class (females) 3rd Ut, SOc '
1 l.ettUll' Ut. A. M Vivien (1 Mr, Jos Uickson; 2nd, Mrs.C. Articles from cork lit WsaMab.c ', Corkv; Biumgmtnor 2Sc Pearl-eye tumblers-pair, J. S
'" I. $1 D. Eliker.I William i Bu'f orplngton Trio .-'4iiu, uu- Lang 2nd 23c
( 'II, on' 1st, Philip: Reams (1 !I CandY or Crystallized fruit I Loopcr clip article lit Mrs mar Newton $1.SO To In class H'bl'lds-3 or 4 in class, J, SLang .
:.. "soul tl' I I!i Crystallized citrus fruit Ut'Mr. Geo, Tumor, Jr.; 2nd, Mra Arthur remote and malt--2nd, NormnrfErn 2nd SOc
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Jim\ i oli I Ut Phillip Ream ( I ., A. C Albright I, Smith; 3rd, Mr, Geo. Turner, Jr. ,t. S9c.Speckled. White mondanei Pair, J. S
\'t- 'I \ I I I Fresh coconvft bandy-, 1st Mrs, Dock! printed article-1st, Mrs | sussex Tr as 2nd, Long, 2nd 2Sc! ; 3 or 4 in class. J.
,'.' I lit I S0, I Divinity candY-ht. Mrs. Jo*. 1 article-1st, Mr*. January (male and female)-2nd. James Lavender tumblers-Pair, J. S.
} \lu.I.II'd greens lot, H. A I Hickson; 2nd, M's. C. D. Eakcr; : Crrushuvv, Soc Lang Ut SOc; pair J S. Lang,
AII1. n (1 I entry)I. SOc I I 3rd: Mrs 'r.ler HairuFutUe I i Novelty be:t-1st, Mis Alice Duttercups Trhs-2nd. W C. 2nd 2Sc.
: fleet, l lot, II A Aman ( I en.r *. Jbs. tl en.on: jSmmoiu; 2nd Mr, Arthur Smith i Smoak, tl 9) Black-tailed white kings-Pa r,
tr tl I' 2nd, "rr.. O M Cooper : 3rd, Mrs 3"i Mi Russell I Kami I Game co"k. S nil -lid, Francis J. S. Lang, 2nd. 25c: 3 or 4. J. SLang .
(' ,,1111"11' hi, II. \ Amun (II I C. D EakciJrlllos ', .! i pained picture or plaque Prothem. 23cJapanese I 2nd, SOc

'" I'' I I I Jams :Marmaladri I-lit, llr ra..r.k'It.b!); 2nl. Wiljbur yokchomas Trios-1stMri Magpie-Pair. J. S Lang 2nd

\ Plant* and flower Preserve: I Tre3: .d, Mis Russell! Ai D. P 'fallen >'a, S"; 2 id, J 25e.
;t (',mmercial exhibit 1st Roy I I Jellies-Ut, Mrs, II J. Arm denon.Italian. U, Free $'30: 3rd, Mrs D. P Birmingham rollers-Pair, J. S
clay tit MiE, A. Lang, 2nd, 25c 3 or 4, J, S. Lung,
Matthews. 5:11I: ; 2nd. Fred Fuchs. I straw; 2nd. 1-11'1. A. C. Albright. : Hirkncix, $1.Japanese I
JI t2S lid, Willard Norman !, 3id 1\11'1. Jobn \Vytantj |Carter; 2nd Mrs. J. A. notlternam,3rd ; silky bintle Pair 2nd SOc

1111 m< and mnnmi.ailJ.-1st. Mn Mis A. W. January (male and female)-2nd, J. U. Parlor. tumbler Pair, J. SLang .

( ., "liP i e\l h'blt of begonlax--2ndM I John Wrong: 2nd 'Iirs. A. C. Albright Poultry I Free, SOe I 2nd, 25c,
r White coc1I.1! b ,nt'",. Pill' Dunn carneaux -Pair, J SLang .
\kCullollqh, II: ; 3id Mr C. D. Eaker I White leiloins Trios It. I
t ( "leap th'bit of j: 'nn ims- Preserves Ut, Mi*. E. A I iChir. Bclirenr, IIZ: ?nd H ArnnMi 2nd Mis D. P llnrkn-, V)?. 2nd 25c. Mixed: Single,
:I'd11', t McCuilough 13."III.menlal "tocher; 2nd. Mm J. W. Lowe: ,( : ">H R ddv Hit-, tl Two Black: cochin bonder Tr!onHt J. S. Lang. blue bar homer cock:
) potted plants, 12 or 3rd, Mrs. John \Vvmn; *. in clans: (termUs)-1st. J. C Coini Mm D. P. Harkne, t2: 2nd.I single, J. S, Lang, checkered
rr ''I' \ ,mote1st., Fred fuchs, Honey-Ut,Jl' .1 I, i->. 2nd. Teresa R']dd. $l: 3rd. : .11'1. M IV X 8:10111.: "Jannrd :t,Gopp 21 Sinsl (l'Ia'end.) 11Amnn fart Wvnoni; ":Jr. Rabbit
Mi Geo Hanson $2. (' \'r'.lat'rults, VI 51c Game bnnUim Pulr. 2nd, II Pain-Ut, Yates Faker, tl.SO:
flowering potted plants 12 or Kew Hiimu.h re reds Trim i iUt Hamp'on SOc 3rd II. Himnton. I 2nd, Lewis Eaker $1: 3id, LeWIS
mOlt \'arii.tie*-Ut. Fred Fuch, i Pit Saml) o'1. t?; Jii-l T. t. '', 23c! Singe 3rd H Hampton, SOc Eiiker SOc.Homestead,
Ji $5 2nd Mini Josephine Pratt,j I Tomato exb'n"i 'I three Jars- man Bryan, $1.50: 3rd Joe Cimii 'alon.-'I. Roy Mo"k. tl; 2nd, High School 1stLlcnry .
t3 lid, Teresa Redd. $2. 'I I tat, Mrs Joi .on; 2nd, M;s. i bell tl Two in class (tem'eht. -' I IJ S. Lang, !SOc 3rd, Joe Scales, Dodson and Harold R id-

....rn1 l t. Mrs D E. Gat In. $i;ti John \\yoona Francis Prothcro $l: 2nd Ml1*. | 25cI I ford, $3! ; 2nd Jay Newton, $3, 3id,
roton-- nd. Mai Pratt, SOc | Emergency meil: 'i,0thibit-ldt, D. P Harknens !lOc: 3rd. Bob Stafford I H>brlds Trio,-3id, Joe and I Virgil Bailey, $2
Dracaena-14t, Mrs. Geo Ran- |i Mri J. W. Lowe: 2nd: Mrs. John 1 2V: S ng'. (male)-2nd, J ''Jud Piche. $1. Two In class-2nd, I Redland High School Ut,
*on. 1. 2nd. Mina Pratt SOc I Wyiong; 3rd, Mr Seymour Dine S. Lang Sic SIngle' (temlel- Jack Luffman SOc. Charles Burr, tS!I; 2nd, Blair Hick-
Sansevieria lit, Teresa Redd, Butter beanslnone; 2nd, :Cnd Mi'>. D. P Haikneu, 10c : Indian runner ducks Pair- ion, $3; 3rd Joe Lee Stanley $2.
I !Mri R. J, \Vittcnvyler
tl 2nd Mis Gjtlin, SOc; 3rd I While wyandottci Trms-l.t,
Chas Bthrens. Jr.. 2V! Soup mixture-lot, no entry; Roy Mock, A2; 2nd. Robert Silbl'I'
2nd, Mr*. R. J. Wittenwyler
/ African violet-Ut. Mrs. Frank tl.50: 3rd Roy Mock, tl Two In .
Carrots-Ut, none, 2nd. Mrs R.
Wt'bb.1 I class (females)-2nd, Robert SI
Roue1st M.... W. K U.aa. tl; i,J.Wysong Witlt'nwylcr; 3rd Mi'*. John 1 her, SOc' Two In class (males)- Redland Brand !

2nd MrFred Sub s'r, TSc: 3rd I 12nd. Martha Casey, Me: 3rd.I .
I Mango*-Ul, Mis E. A FronhT -
I Mr. Ikkn Hackler
SOc | Martha Casey, 23c Single-2nd.
2nd Mrs. J, W.
; Lowe; 3rd, Mrs
', Snapdmiioiu 1st, Mrs. Alice John Wysong. (Martha Casey' SOc.Silver In''I a
Smon $1 1 laced wvnnd >ltes Two
Ferns Nt, Miss, PrAtt. $1.Calendulao Pickles: three different varieties' i class (malc'I-2nd. Hubert Beunol ,- I! Fertilizers wl
Ut. Mi R. J .
I WittemiylorFinry .
Ut Mrs. Suber, tl: SOcWhite :
3rd Mrs Hickler SOc Work Plymouth rocks Two In I .

Nastuilumt -- lit Jack MoMichuel ApJI'qucd quiltInone; 2nd I class (males)-2id, Frank Banich i

t tl 2nd, Mrs Gitlin TSc! ; Mrs Rosa Henry I SOc. Single (fcmilel-2nd. J. SLang I l are manufactured in Homesteadby
a 3rd. Mrs AY January; SOc Pieced quilt-Ut. Mrs Adrian i SOcSingle
Amirvllls; Ut Mrs A. C Albright Jacobs; 2nd Mrs \\m Hail, 'I comb Rhode Island reds I
$1Phloxtat Crocheted\ bt'dpl'eadbt.. Mrs ', Trlo -lIt, Jack Luffman, $2; 2nd,
Mr, Suber tlPantie Mary Oldindorf; 2 id. Mri MIC William Mathews tl.SO; 3rd Jack I a locally owned company.
*-2nd: Mrs Subei, "!5t. King: 3rd Mr*. Bernice Gourley. I Luffman $1. Two In class (fe-I
r Sweet P ,'J. Robinson William Mathews, SOc Mixtures are carriedon
i;ac!I-.Ist. Teresa Redd. tl: 2nd I| Embroidered bedspread 'tit. Rose comb Rhode Island reds
I Mil Pratt 75c: 3rd Annabel Redd. i none: 2nd Mr, Alton Lee; 3rd I
SOc Mri Rhoda McDaniel. hand for every
Crown ot thorns-1st, Mrs. Gat- Crocheted afghan-1st, Mri S.
Dr. R. J. Elliott
Im, tlEuphorbia Sanford 2nd Miss There Redd.
I -2nd. Mrs Rin.ton, Hooked ru..htfn.! F W need.
SOc Dnecher, 2nd. Mn M. P Wollam; CHIROPRACTOR
i Mixed flowers In vaI.I, Mn 3rd, Mrs. F W. Baeclicr Homo Hide Homestead
Suber. tl. 2nd, Mrs. Suber TSc! ; Crocheted rug-Ut. Mr E. S I I II Your is
I 3rd, Mr tackler, !SOc Jensen patronage
Mixed flutter in bUcet-nd: Woven rug-Ut, Mn Jas Roberts -
Mrs. Suber, TSc! Jr.: 2nd. M.... P. B Bird Sr
One kind in V--1st, Mrs W Crochet work five imall article I always appreciated.
K. Walton tl: 2nd. Mrs E H. -1st. Mr*. A. R Lixingston 2nd
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Gall hrr. 75: 3rd Mr Oailahrr, Mn C. D Eak-r: :3id. Mrs Ceo I -ONLY I

SOcOne kind H ba.kel-I-I. Mrs V Crochet Waketietd table! runner! c'iX1 h o I RV MONKEY Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

Alice Simons $1.LinariaIst JUNGLE I
: 1\11'1. Sub:'r. tl IN THE US.5tf FRANK B.RUE.MGR.
Sunflower-Sid. Wesley J nu- : rrra r's FisreNi! : I Urn?

airy SOc i ., MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
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  • 3onrn's. Departmentflaked Good j Lady Atlendanlnth i HOMESTEAD, FLA.
    S.-JM.J 11
    White bread-1st. Mr G. M ,' I Ii, '''''terd K'.. ;
    Cooper: !nd Mrs. R. J Witter- I
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    March 8. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Sewn I

    '"'' ....".,, ....'.......wnwayn.u.................u? wj
    Tuesil.Permission !
    meet with the girl next t.\ I

    !!j : HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS I blanks were given i: 11

    _.........................m......._.._........._............_......-.....------------- -_-.--- ill girls who with to attend the ;
    In and Ground ,i camp at OJu during the Eater i j
    iircii SCHOOL I board bv Reba Nell Proctor. The holidays

    I In Miss Jones' room. Man :, class| has also! decorated its room Guests to be invited to the Mayday ;
    I Criserfulla has withdrawn from with a new spring border of Easter '
    tea must be brought in to the
    '
    Homestead chool bunnies trees gram and pretty
    captain
    .
    The "Learn- -fla g" machine i spring flowen.Bubby Members of the K. K. M. K.
    Harris In Miss
    made by Miss Jones mathematics ; Ray'sroom club will meet with Mrs. Skill Saturday -
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    it absent due to Illness
    I OF lasses won a green ribbon at the afternoon to make plans for
    Mrs Dird class is making kitesto
    Mr. and Mrs. David Scali of friends here Mn Eason i i' the fair I an Initiation of number: at a campfire
    In the coming March windsIn
    Washington D. C.. arrived Tues- daughter of Mr and Mn C L Mill Bow home economies department fly Fificldi supptr It will be a no-utensil
    Mn
    the
    day to spend a week with Mrs. Ooley The party was accom. has rearranged the practice pupil will finish their room study of meal the same evening
    &OU'5 mother Mrl. W J. KromeMr. panied to Los Angeles by Mrs kitchen.
    Indian life with an opirctta Part
    E. W Luckev who will visit herson
    Mr. !Hester biology exhibit won have been assigned and it will be
    and Mn J. A. Webb have there. three ribbons at the fruit fcitival given In about three weeks ON AND( AFTERMARCH

    Mr.as their Webb guest parent for .several Mr. and weeks Mn, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burnett of The dramatic class last Friday i I ,: ... ... ... :....,,,....

    West Palm Beach and ion Leon, presented the old-fashioned, REDLAM) F. F. A.
    Will Webb of Fort Pierce. Miss intended')i 15;
    lister of J. A. Jr.. were week-end guest of Mr. melodrama which was -
    Wilma Webb Webb j LEWIS \ RVReporter
    for the junior carnival but becausethe I
    pent the week-end here. and Mr*. G. A. West. I carnival Is ...........................,......""..".......,..........".."'.....,. \
    to be at the Chamber -

    Mrs Clarence Smoak Is 111 at of Commerce building It was The beef cattle judging team of

    Mrs. A. M. Logan left yester- the home of her aunt, Mn Robert presented at the high school audi- Redland F F. A. Chapter com- Tropical Cafe
    day for Norficld, Minn., where Glenn, Sr. torium. Characters were Yvonne
    posed of Richard Ball. ChailesBehrens
    she will visit 'her brother-in-law Pollard Kathleen Freeman Birdie '
    I
    and sitter Dr. and Mr*. Oran Mis Marjorie Moser a sopho- Home Harold Radford. Howard and Willis Baxlcy won a

    Thorson* Mrs. Logan will also more at Florida Southern College, West, Jane Gatlin and Herbert I'I cash prize of $900 at the Florida j WILL HK LOCATED[
    visit Mr. and Mr*. L. L. Tygeson, spent the week-end in Homestead Booth 1 State Fair at Tamo
    another b-other-in-law and sister with her parents Mr. and Mr. The fruit and vegetable Judging
    Tryouts for the senior
    in Crookston. Minn., and Mr. and Ivan Moser. play are team composed of H. A. Aman AT THE
    Mrs. John Okmundson also her being held.The play will be presented Jr., Willis Vick and Rex Romlna
    I April 5. The title I i. Spring
    brother-in-law and sister. in For- Mr. and Mn Corbitt Geiger of Fever' also won 1500 cash prize at the

    est City Iowa. I Miami. visited In Homestead Sunday Junior High English clause have State.............Fair..,...........,.....,.....".,............,..............".". EVANS HOUSE
    completed their project "Educa-
    and Mrs. L. R. Jacobs Homestead Girl Scouts
    Capt. "
    tion Around the World. In
    this
    have returned to their home In Mrs C. B. Colby a former resident Melon I
    I project they studied methods and By lanttlnkleMr One block south of

    Evansville, Ind.. after spending of Redland I Is seriously ill plans of education In leading nations ..,......"..."......."....."". ". I
    several months in Homestead. at her home In Coconut Grove
    of the world. Material was *. Ernest Syler of..Miami I II
    I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds had lirome.JKlcr) traffic
    ; secured from the University of
    as guests on Siturday Mr. and, will organize a swimming tinm in i I i
    Mr and Mr* Sam J. Davis have Florida library.MUSICAL. '
    I the Homestead Girl Scout Tin it'
    Mrs. Mark
    McDcnald of Miami >p
    their guest, V. C. Squier of Battle -
    as
    Creek, Mich. Mr. Squier i* a .."........"...."".....""""""'"..."' ",.,,,,,"',,,,,,,,,, NOTES I was announced at 4 inciting' Tuesday I' light, on S. Kronie A> e.youJHOME .
    at the homo of .Mri Flank ,
    well-known violin maker. FLORIDA CITYBy The Homestead High School Skill cnptain Mr, Syler willI | ..

    Dr. and Mrs. James Gamble Mr*. W. W. Severy band gave two 30-minute concerts .-. '" ,
    during the fruit fentival On Monday
    rind children, Vernal and Jean of ......."....................................." ...........".... ..... of this week the band led the- if" ::

    Washington D. C., and Mr*. Carl Joe Kuppertz has remodeledand I parade for the safety program of" 1
    B chl of West Palm Beach have repainted his store building Knoc-HI ;/

    returned home after visiting Mr on the Oversea Highway at Flor- Howard West and Carlton Sweet]
    and Mrs. L. Anderson in Redland. ida City. The building has been were elected captains of the bras

    Mrs. Gamble and Mr. Biehl are rented to Mr. and Mrs. Dominick: section; Harry Bishop of the reed '

    sisters of Mrs Anderson.Mr. Todaro who will operate an eating: section and Charles Steffanl of .

    house the percussion section of the band

    and Mrs. Tom Grave and I Henry Dodson was appointed

    Mr. and Mrs Harold Grave and The Ladies Aid Society of the I student director. (t

    their children, all of Miami, were Florida City Community Church, Sleeve indentification emblems
    visitors in Homestead Sunday. I held its regular monthly meeting r for band member were ordered

    Wednesday afternoon at the homeof last week as well as sleeve emblemsfor ,i

    Miss Athlcy Kemp wa taken to Mrs. David Snow the captains. Plans for Becur-
    the Kendall hospital Tuesday I ing a band banner and an American -

    where she will undergo an appendicitis -', Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Vann of flag are being advanced. .
    operation today South Miami were week-end Tile school purchased two new I
    guest of Mrs. Blanche Chapman. silver plated trombones which a

    Mrs Chas. Camp had as guests I Little Pal a.-entertalned;; a'came in this week. !

    Mrs. J. J. Sheehan and !
    Tuesday, EUlIES""TARVSEWS
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    I number. of his friends on Thursday A FRESH START
    Mrs. J. J. Lynch of Worchestcr ,
    afternoon in observance of his The P. T. A. furnished a bush,
    Mass, and Mrs. Mary Carr and
    birthday anniversary to take 39 Neva
    Mis Mollie Hickman, both of King Cooper

    Leonard Miami. On Water Sunday of Hamondsport Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. E. J. Rhodes underwent an I school last Saturday children morning to Miami to Bench* eel I I! You'd be surprised how little it takes to {

    operation on an infected finger, Pinocchio. Mn S. L. Dickinson ,
    N. Y.. and Miami Spring and Mr.
    and Mrs. Howard Johnson of I Wednesday. and Mrs Ralph Wilson had chargeof I'' give a home a fresh start!

    mlra N Y, visited Mn Camp.M I :- : the group. The Floridian Hotel tt
    EI-1 Mr. and Mn Frank
    : Stallings bought all tickets at the Cinema r
    and son, Skipper, of South Miami
    theater Saturday morning for Dade '
    ) Nina Dyal had .* a guest Often just a bit of redecorating does
    I were Sunday guests of L. C. Aldrich County school children I
    1ut.week-end, her cousin MissEmt1u .
    In Miss Jackson class. Betty
    Rogers of MiamI. I
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    Jane Cintont is absent because of the trick-some painting-doing over
    I I G. H. Todd left Thursday for a tonsillectomy. We
    sincerely hope
    |
    Mr*. Dexter Home was removedto j .
    a visit of several weeks in Clearwater she will
    recover soon and be back
    her home Wednesday from the' | shabby floors or lining up warped i
    with
    Post, Graduate hospital where she I I I ____ us.Mrs.. room

    underwent an operation last week. ,I'jot''I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire Betty Turners Thurman's birthday celebrated with a I doors, help, too. And 'building in"e

    Flint Mich., who are winterIng -
    lovely cake drawn on the black-
    Mr*. Elizabeth Walter of Ra- ., /
    In Miami were visitor in kitchen cabinets extra
    utility
    or an
    vcnna, Ohio, 1* visiting Mr Florida City Tuesday eVYTVflYwVnV Vvvvvv
    Louise Floyd and her ions. John i( 1

    and Buster,"at their apartment In''I Mrs. Saima Mattson of Cape closet means a lot to the homcmakcr. .'

    the porn building I'Sable, spent from Tuesday to EXPERT ; !.tr

    Thursday with her son-in-law and
    Gerald Albury of Key Largo underwent ,,daughter Mr. and Mn Johnny Y ou'd be surprised, too, at the amount \
    an appendicitis operation ,Becker.
    iln the Post Graduate hospital BARBERINGHAIRCUT J

    Wednesday.. I IMr Maurice Contarlno, Frank Grasso Ji i of redecorating and repairs that a small ;

    ---- I land Angelo Grasso left this week

    *. Clara Stead of Detroit 1 II for Chester, N. Y. ...... 40c 1 monthly sum can pay for on the I,'HA
    visiting at Mr and
    .ttomeotf I I
    Mn H. Longviewlroad. '' Mr. and Mr*. Roy Wondorff of SHAMPOO ...... -lOc Plan. '
    Homestead moved into the Silver-

    i man apartment last week. MASSAGE ...... 40c J
    Mr and Mn W H. Eason and! I

    son, Wendell and Mrs. Guy John- ': Misses Isabelle and Mary Beckerof For information, phone 62.

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    I Et;. ;ION AUXILIARY PLANS WELFARE FUND .MRS, JAS BIRD NEW HEAD I IWO r.\N'S run BRIDG:
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    PRIZE I The Calendar i I IOF 1 JUNIOR WOMAN CLUB I PARTIES; TO BEGIN TUESDAY
    WITH EASTER BASKET AS CONTEST
    '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' i I' Mrs. James L. Bird was elected I The first In n series fJf four
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    --- -- Mar. 11-Business meeting of I II I president" of the Junior Woman's :bridge parties sponsored by the
    'lnlll, 1 plan for u contest in tory of the organization which Homestead Business and Professional -. Club of Homestead at a meeting I Woman's Club of Homestead will

    i,"'I Ii a large Easter basket conning will be sent to the Ute convention ,I Women Club Monday night in the Woman's be held next Tuesday night ,it the
    I groceries for an entire to be held in Apr! at St Mar. 12-Meeting of Redland ,Club building. I I clubhouse

    Petersburg I Neighborhood Circle Mm Burley Dendy was elected | A grand prize will be awarded
    dinner will be given away were i Officers will be elected at the Mar. 12-Homestead School Carnival first vice-president: Mrs T. J, I.t the close of the series and table)

    made by the Legion A ixil ary of; next meeting to be held on April in festival building Walker second vice president: i I prizes will be given at each party.

    John I G Sulky Post ut u meeting 3, Mrs Harold Sheffield Mrs. I Mir 12-Benefit bridge partyof Mm Bruce Ennis, treasurer: Mrs I Playing will begin at 8 o'clot'k.
    Wednesday m Legion H II. Fritz Schroeder and Mrs Frank Woman Club of Homestead at Robert Glenn recording secretary: I Hostesses for Tuesday night will

    Proceeds of the basket contest Rue were appointed as a nominatIng clubhouse at 8 p, m. Miss Ellen Huff corresponding be: Mrs Harry D. Wolfe, Mrs J.

    will be used for the child welfare committee I Mar 12-Meeting o' W. M. S. secretary and Miss Pearl Whit- R. Brooks Mrs. B. M. ndinun.
    fund of the Auxiliary Tickets Following the Legion and Legion .Circles' aker, audItor. I,Mrs P. J Franklin and Mrs. H. K.

    may be purchased from any, mem- Auxiliary meetings. coffee and Mar. -Meeting! of UniversityClub It was decided that any member i Foulk.
    ber The basket will be displayed cookies were served. at home of Mrs. Julian H late at either a business or
    il Wollnm and Kendrick grocery Those present at the Auxiliary Webster social meeting would be fined ten '(OUTLOOK CIRCLE HAS

    store meeting were: Mrs E. J. Normun 'I Mar. 13-Meeting of Homestead cents BIBLE STUDY COURSE

    The Past Presidents Parley Jr. Mrs Wm. J. Geronimo, Mrs. J. T. A. executive committee. M"s. E. A. Buchanan Mis Stan-'i I Mrs J. J. Richards conducted

    luncheon and meeting will be held I A. Smith Mrs Geo D. Ruehle, I rp.Mar. 13-Meeting of general W< ley Wittkop and Miss Whitakerwill a Bible study course at the meet-
    Wednesday in Hialeah it was an- I Mrs. Jesse Coalman Mrs. Jake I U be hostesses at the social ing of the Outlook Circle Tuesday

    louncedMr I Brooks Mrs. Rue, Mrs. Sheffield I II !i Mar. IS-Meeting! o"* Ad Astra;I meeting to be held on March IS I I night at the home of Miss
    .. Lamar Kendrick president i I Mrs Schroeder Mrs Kendrick Chapter O E. S. Those present were: Mn Rudolph Martha Close with Miss Nella
    lIt the local auxiliary read a his-I and Miss Ruth Fox I(I Mar 18 -Social meeting of Mattson Mrs Alma I Souls us joint hostess

    Junior Woman's Club of Homestead Mrs Ansel Barrow Mrs. Doxsee'j(I Miss Close conducted the devo-

    EPISCOPAL: At'XIII \RT PLANS Frank Irwin, Mrs. Cannington I I Caskiibe. Mrs. Richard ,tlonals Miss Mary McNeill had
    FOR EASTER EGG HUNT I and Mrs. West. Mar. 18-Garden Club meeting Paul Losner, Mrs. Harold charge of the games following the

    Plans for an Easter egg hunt Mrs. Bert Andrews was hostessto I I with Mrs. H. Ruegg Mu Augustus Wynn, Mis MrI'l program
    \ on- made at the meeting I of St Circle Two at her home Tuesday Mar 19-Election meeting of Proctor, Mrs Franklin Green I Gingerbread with whippedcream
    l Iselin': Episcopal Auxiliary I Friday i afternoon. Mrs. E. L, Lawrence ,: Woman Club of the Rcdlands R. E. Sherard Mrs I and punch was served

    ,fternoon in the pirrish rooms of : presided over the I Mar 20-Meeting of Homestead Mri Wittkop, Mrs Bid, Miss Those present were: Mrs. Allen
    11" church i meeting. The next P. T. A. in Neva King Cooper Norma Gouman, Miss Huff and Klssam Mrs Dan Williams Mrs.

    Phi I hunt will be UH on the I be held at the home of busmea'i I School at 3 p. m. Miss WhitakerJICK1E I David Williams, Mrs. Wilson Crosby -
    Wednesday afternoon following Red n with Mrs. Gerda : Mar. 20-Meeting of Gleaners --- Mrs Richards, Mrs Day, Miss

    Ed..11'1 All memoirs of the Sunday :I joint hostess 'Class with Mrs. Laban Bishop, Jr. CAVES CELEBRATES I'Peggy Allen Misses Helen and

    school arc invited Ui attend. : Those present were: Mrs S A I I Mar. 21-Local exhibit and all- 3RD BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Antionette Moye, Miss McNeill
    I : I Mrs W. B. Caves Jr.. entertained i Miss Sauls and Miss Close.
    The exact place of the hunt will be Turner, Mm Adam Fnnls I Mrs day reeling of Homestead Home -
    kept MR. AND MRS T. J, FAUST
    I honor of the third
    R. F. Dlitkford lave a I and Mrs. Andrews. Mrs Geo N Wakefield.Mar. birthday anniversary ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB
    An Easter and missionary pro- 24-Sacred concert sponsored of her son, Jackie.
    report of the district conference'
    Mr and Mrs T. J. Faust entertained
    held In Fort Lauderdale last gram was presented by members of by W M. S. In Homestead Various games were played during
    Those present at the wt'ek'i Circle Four at a meeting Tuesday Methodist Church the afternoon and favors of the Thursday Night Bridge
    meeting were Mrs. W. K. afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Mar 25-Meeting of Jennie Lob- book and paddles and balls were Club with a hamburger fry and

    Mri Ceo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. Lee Lawrence Scott in Redland dell Circle with Mrs. Lloyd Field given the guests Cake and Ice bridge party at their home on
    Thursday night of last week
    H. Lehman, Mrs J. E. Gauzens, I Mrs. Julia Polk gave a talk: on Mar. 27-Meeting of Lily Law- cream were served Mrs Julian H Webster and
    Mrs. Bertha Denby, Mn C. P. "A Baptist Convention In Mex- rence Bow Book Review Club In Among the little guests prevent J
    R. Brooks
    Jackson' and Mrs. Blackford.I I ico." Mrs. Catherine Pickard gave library were: Dickie and Bobby Huff, I were high score prizewinners

    I __ a talk on -Negro Welfare and Mar. 27-Easter egg hunt of Rose Marie McClung. Gloria Anne I
    Mrs. R. E. Edwards read a poem Episcopal: Sunday school. Sullivan, Herbie Turner, Donna Those present were: Mr and
    I AD ASTRA TO ENTERTAIN I Mrs. W E. Rheney Mr and
    "The Splendor of the Lillies" Mar. 28 -Junior Music Club and Margaret Sullivan, Laurell and Mrs.
    GRAND OFFICERS Of STATE Kenton Walker Wilbur Caves Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. W,
    Easter quotations and poems were meeting with Barbara Jean Wake- I
    Plan for entertaining Mrs. given by Mrs. S H. Fitch Mrs. field Phyllis Caves, Carol Thurman, R. Bird, Mr. and Mrs Geo. N.
    Marion .Nee*, of Miami, grand Arthur D Smith, Mrs Hollister Janet Cooper and J. Lee Smith, 'Wakcfield, Mr and Mrs Bevo

    conductress of the state and Mr, I Sage. Mrs. T. C. Shackleford and MISS MART ARTHUR Jr ,Webb,, Mr and Mrs. Frank Webb,
    Mary Lowe of Key West, grand Mrs. Scott ENTERTAINS WITH DANCE Grown-up present were: Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.

    warden of the stale, were made at : Miss Mary Frances Arthur en- I E. McClung Mrs. Herbert Turner Webster and Mr and Mrs Faust

    the meeting of Ad Astra chapter I W. M. S. TO SPONSOR SACREDCONCERT tertained a of the Mrs. E. L Sullivan Mrs. 1

    O E S.. Friday Bight In the L O. CASTER NIGHT Friday evening group with an youngerset Informal Donald Sullivan, Mn J Lee !I R. M. Walker Mrs. Randolph

    O F hall A sacred concert will be spon- dance at the home of her parents Smith, Mn J. A. Thurman, Mrs | Caves and Miss Ellen Huff
    Mrs Neeb and ,Mrs Lowe will
    sored by the general W M. S. of Mr. and Mrs. A. F Arthur
    be guests at the next meeting to
    the Homestead Methodist Churchon Avocado drive and Redland road.
    be held March IS
    Easter night In the church, it Sweet apple cider, grape punch
    Those the
    present at meetingwere
    was decided at a meeting Tuesday and sandwiches were served
    Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Caves.
    afternoon In the church. TheMethodist
    Mr and Mrs. R G. Moon Mr. and SORORITY COLLECTS
    choir will provide the
    Mm Chas G. Turner Mrs. Frank music. $II FOR BLIND

    Schneider Mrs. R. W. Mullms Mrs. Lloyd Field and Mrs. David The Kappa Phi Delta sorority
    Mrs J. W. English Mrs. Lloyd
    collected thirteen dollars for the
    Dcitz Mrs. A. R. Meybem, Mrs. gates Williams to attend were the elected regional as dele-con- American Brotherhood of the \H*:'***:*. WM''>u itMwwf;

    Geo W. Turner. Jr.. Mrs.
    Blind Saturday by selling flowers
    ference to be held In Ocala April
    Edwin McCrrah Mrs Robert I 21 Mrs. L. C. Dodd was elected it was announced at a meeting
    Harris, Mrs. Clara Farr Mrs J. alternate Monday night at the home of Miss THE DIXIE DRUG
    A. Mrs. Harold Sheffield
    Dougherty -
    Mary Grace English.
    An Easter bosket will be sent I
    Misses Hazel and Julia to the Methodist orphanage at Plans for a leap year party to JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
    Sullivan, Misses Helen and Esther Benson Springs be held next Friday night were Homestead, Fla Phones J' and I1M
    Livingston and Mm Alice Macom- made.
    Mrs. J. M. Holding presented a
    ber program on "Living Creatively" Miss Doris Warr was elected

    M"1LD I Mn O. L. Showalter, Mrs. J. A. publicity chairman. COMBINATION
    : NOW
    NEW CHURCH Gi -- -- --
    McNeill and Mrs. E. S Caphnger
    i TALKED AT CIRCLE MEETING Mr. and Mrs Hollister Sage Luncheon
    :
    took port in the program
    have celebrated
    Methods for raising money for I just their fifty- REGULAR SOc SIZE1ILASOL1
    second wedding anniversary
    the building of a new church were PARTY GIVEN FOR
    discussed at the meeting of Cir- GLORIA ANNE SULLIVAN
    cle Five of the W. M. U. of the A party In honor of the third Daily

    Homestead Baptist Church Wednesday birthday anniversary of Gloria AND 200 KUNZO

    afternoon at the home of Anne Sullivan was given Tuesdayby e

    Mrs. Harry Schauberger her mother. Mrs. E. L Sullivan 11:30 1:30 Facial Tissues Rem
    The mission/ study book "Give at the home of Gloria grand- ""'I

    \t Them to Faf was discussedby parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sullivan :;\ BOTH KM
    Mrs. Henry Olsen Mrs. Lloyd on N. W, Second street 50=
    Witt, Mrs. Lotion Bishop, Jr.. and Favors of dolls and balls were N
    Mrs. Gordon Ivey The next meetIng given the guests A color scheme 40

    will be held at the home of of green and yellow was used and DENTAL
    Mrs. Bishop on April 3. I Ice cream and cake were served. I j29s

    Others present were: Mrs Flay Small guests present were: Mar-
    Start
    M ralt.w now W.lladasl .
    Watson, Mrs. J. C. Davis, Mrs. S. garet and Donna Sullivan, Herbie PJ.JI.J. I I pis fad low It sasxi.i ae. Siz.laad
    C. Hurt, Mrs. D. H. !Rllin<
    J. Lee Smith, Mrs. A. L. Lanter Caret, Sarah and Patricia Watkins, I line sea 9b ,glass' ... r- SPECIAL TOOTH PAST
    Plans for the monthly business Nina Sullivan, Bobble Brooker, I
    bals *>r a We Us .- a and 3e Sire%aaaar
    meeting of the general W. M. U. rence- Watkins, Mrs. Edw. Brooker.I sham ........ w._ Irsseq COLD SODIUM PERSORATE
    were made by Circle One at I H.nton and Laurel Walker and to UcrfU ar leoks amty
    meeting Wednesday at the homeof Jean Fogle.Grownups. I, TABLETS 10
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    of .. .lass we 6krs4a
    Mrs. G A. West The circle present were: Mrs. rwwr
    will have charge of providing Donald Sullivan, Mrs. Herbert Shelton ThermlQue Croqulgnol iys .... 2k too of 10.M

    flowers for the church the next Turner Mrs W. B. Caves, Jr. WaresJUICE'S :. 19c 'I bes
    month. It was announced] that Mri. Randolph Caves. Mrs. Law- Loans aksapa Marinello c_
    the next meeting would be held Arthur Fogle, Mrs. U. S. Eason, -- I

    on April 2 at the) home of Mn Mrs. Fred Fuchs, Mrs O H. Sul-
    BeAUTY I VISIT OUR SODA
    Leonard Cannington. livan and Mrs. E. L. Sullivan FOUNTAINMIIMklk.

    ThoM' protect were: Mrs. W. L. PARLOR

    Smith. Mrs. Ererette Douberly. 11-14 BkOMT AM.*-Utm *..mm, !
    For results use Leader \t f 1* M N ;IsM) .
    Mrs. 1...A. WiM. Mas C. Eo S4unc1- ] rww...0'-'''. ".. JUKI UW&Tf 0 _M
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    Friday. March 8. 1940 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pare Nine


    ICKES' DECISIONIN '[AMERICAN BOY ;JlI.\G.\ZI\"E: plows, scientists and men suc-

    fiAJ2oryof I -'ul in business and indu-tif;
    J COMPANION TO THOUSANDS
    join with an experienced M"iff iw"
    DEER SLAYING produce In the THE AMER1C

    i BOY, the soil of reading m ..',
    Oft I Hundreds of thousand of boy, boys like b 't.
    lilT BY NEWELLGainesville \ I

    SUNG and young men rend THE AMKH- THE AMERICAN BOY nil < ,

    i most new stands ut 20i ,n .,
    ICN BOY Magazine eve month
    ', Fla.i March 7 !1), j Z I I Subscription prices are $2 011 '

    Wllmoti Newell director ii, n,i and consider it more at a living one year or IS.50 for three v'< .

    Florida Experiment Station I h-, Foreign. rates SOc a yeA c\' .'
    joined other leaders interested III ;Ice npaalea then M a nwgwtlne To subscribe simply send y.i,

    the welfare of the Florida i'"Ilk- 1 "It's as much a buddy to mo u name, address and rcmittanc< d
    industry in vigorously protistm NIt to THE AMERICAN .>

    to Interior Secretary Ickes an:im:.l nty lBniniiiiojOfl chum," writes TOO Second Blvd., Detroit, 1\1", -

    his recent decision refusing to i (an.-Adv'.
    permit
    No. 2 Transporting China Tung Oil Fran the Interior one high school senior. "THE
    !Jnughtei of deer on the Sum

    nole Indian reservation in the .it-. SHIPPING Lung oil from the in with broiled ollar old leatheror I|AMERICAN BOY seems to understand .

    tempt to dislodge the tick from I China to the coast for: metal trunks that missionariesfrom { a boys problems and considers Tom' .JM. V&ticlo.
    l Florida. I ,overseas shipping to America Is America had carried their I
    I fraught with great danger and ,belongings Even the patched up them In such a lympnthetio
    I In a letter to the seen "nrv, Dr S
    declared I even greater adventure, according i gasoline tanks of old Fords were i land helpful way It gives advice I QJ..Er'
    Newell that umvc concern to Dr J C Maguite, overseasicprcsonlative utilized, with the Ford being and entertaining reading on even

    tin". ?,unt in//* almost to constcinutu for the General I dragged along by the farmci subject in which a young ....,.. I" ',. ..
    'n his followed the ,it"i ci.i -"n i I Tung Oil Corporation now in )pony, he walking 1 along side thecar is mtcicktod It is fellow I : 4, ," (7
    He ponud' out that the f,'do' ",il I Igovernment I Hongkong He writes that the and I his set'or their littlemail particularly I II ; ,
    liars spent $lBOl> oon Chinese truckmen travel in son at the write). And each I helpful In sports I made our .,nrnO' :
    p fI.fijj
    groups and often deploy as "guerillas" long trip was alwa c to SChOll 1 basketball team Ix.aupUvmit -.. of I ,
    than two de irt in
    more ;
    over
    ( < !> I attacking small Japanese sudden air raids by Japanese roving lips I read In THE AMUi- ,1' '\:" '
    : eradicating the tick, which is n I detachments l their small air patrols. ICAN BOY: '. ..' I

    s carrier of cattle fever and which conveyance in ldh hoes or behind' tanners Often Not Paid for Oil Many famous athlete in allsports i \ .' qJ 2'OO
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    had hampered the cattle industry :I small hillocks, during the battle. I'I I I '.-1. ,
    Then when the oil finally reached credit much of then PUl'I ... ., '.....
    throughout the South The director This is but one of the great I 't
    the coast, the difficulties of being )
    i cell to helpful ugge hadI I
    added that the states have r difficulties of getting, the tung oil I i paid for the shipment had I from spoils articles carried' In I JAt.KSONViLLE'S
    to ship wharfs The well-denned ,i
    total of I I been steadily Formerly 1
    spent i more than the same I mounting
    THE AMERICAN BOY
    : century-old trade routes are now Magazine
    credit banks and operated
    currency
    amount I in the hands of the invader, and on a staple basis, but today, |Virtually every Issue offers advice LEADING HOTEL

    "If you could have seen, as we I new ways had to be planned the small farmer in the interior, from a famous couch or player I ... -- ..

    have teen during the past 25 years Enormous Shipping DifficultiesOne who Joins a group of others and Football, basketball, truck, tennis, i SAM-... hew 10 tIoo
    the change in Florida's cattle from sends the oil to the shipping point
    in fact every major sport is covered :
    route made in SUMMER : a..N
    Hengyang, .
    scrawny, emaciated animals, to so far away, never knows whator
    I In fiction and fact articles
    central China, a shipping point. how he will be paid, whether COMfORT ... ...
    full-blooded
    sleek healthy, Herefords -
    From there the oil was shipped Teachers, librarians parents and we -
    in Chinese old the
    Brahman, Angus, Devon and eventually over the Kunmin, frequently changing currency new or standards leaders of boys clubs also recommend rdse 4 Y_.... bleds..r i.d
    better grades, or crosses betweenthe French Indo-China route to the eel isne.eAsq ._d,was"
    In many cases the small THE AMERICAN BOY en- ..
    purebreds and natives, and the sea for export. To reach this port, hoop -. ---Gem
    farmer, far in the interior, received I thuslastically They Dave found
    growth of Florida's cattle Indus the oil traveled from some communities practically nothing for one that as a general rule regular rendance POPULAR nitro

    try to where a million head of cat- the in wheels heavy made twowheeledcarts of huge ,year. harvest small as it may be. i j\ more rapidly and develop: COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
    tle are today on Florida pasture Early this Year. a group of Chinese worthwhile COFFEE SHOP
    circular pieces of wood the exact officials visited the Chase I more characterises
    and ranges, you would realize, I duplicates of the carts first used ,Grove near Lamont, Florida, and I than do boy who do "o l read it. ,
    am sure, that blocking the two thousand when Other,. I ._ a.ii..
    pro- years ago
    Trailed writers and artists
    were amazed at the scientific way famous I ......
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    Peff.-chem-ge-' : 0.1 0o. 1e64
    gram of tick eradication is bound I China was composed of groups of that trees are grown in I conches; and athletes, ex --=-
    .,( to be followed by serious consent mall dynasties or in small junks u'rh y could not conceive

    quences and heavy losses to south- through inland waterways and I;hundred. of acres of grown tung
    small brooks filled with rocks j trees, mathematically J set out ana
    .1 ern citizens, Dr. Newell wrott
    .: The vast improvement was made and shoals weight, and of because the Il.0fo theheavy I!with constantly scientific being direction taken and care mod of Your Face Looks P.3tterAnd Feels Better

    possible because the fever tick ': small quantities of a few hundred i',em chemurgic advice Their silent

    had been eradicated! over the ,reat-I i pounds could be loaded in each amazement was doubled when

    .. er portion of the stole, he saId. I junk.. The rest of the way was they visited the pressing mill at WbcnYouShaveWithThisNew
    The station director pointed out over high mountain trails, the' Cairo, Georgia owned by the
    tops covered with) snow or crossing
    General Tung Oil Corporation
    that the small area in southern I
    : raging mountain torrents, r fond r witnessed the dried fruit arriving (
    I Florida is infected with the tropical i then down in valleys across milesof I from hundreds of small

    variety of the fever tick, which deep sands, with waterholesfar groves in Georgia, Florida and
    I
    attacks deer an well as cows, and apart. Often as'the oil caravan Alabama, and saw them being unloaded

    that It t is obviously impossible to traveled over the country, weighed, and paid for
    local communities would demand ,right on the spot, then made
    the
    j dip deer and the tick cannot
    f a toll of the precious oil in exchange ready for pressing. These Chinese
    be eradicated by dipping the cat- I
    for water for their small agricultural experts returned to ,
    ,, tie alone, He calls attention also hardy ponies and shelter againstthe China with a profound respect for !
    to the fact that the State Lit sudden sand storms And the American farming efficiency, The At /2 Price !

    I Stock Sanitary Board has plans carriers, to account for the loss tremendous cost of gathering the

    i for restocking the area with deer I of good oil In toll charges added fruit in China from the six mil

    t after the tick is removed. inferior substitute oils. lion small farmers, the difficultyof
    The to'' Adding to the cost of bringing! milling and the unduly long sPin
    end of the I'd
    long struggle the oil from the interior is the freight haul to America, precludes {(
    shake off the fever tick and the high cost of iron drums, prices China from ever being able to / fY.e trier ,
    tick feverrtlfemevhlch! It carries' ranging from $5.00 to $1600 in produce tung oil cheaper than the 4W ?
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    wiis rlnnrrtfjn light.wfttil your prom American dollars Some resource. modern American tung tree farm- E'ps In "
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    heavy paper impregnated Industry in South America. von men who want really
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    say when wry few if any, iittl\ Growers Soulhra'lvrn -
    ac rnipl! sifojie rind< bj (the '<<:;pendilinc of l lost th'old cut C1n's.' WTntsmorp it In i l igea .
    were During a similar cold These rites much 101'1'11..n
    i of nn entirely new kind thst hand
    io50QOO.OOlr of '
    public fundssaciific.s .. ., become effective
    spell In UM7 they pointed out nil i te will Ii
    U1M, mar, up for one swell shave after in-
    ,cattlemen suffered heavy losses about Uw time spiltix
    just crops other Buy ot Thin
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    many tick fever, were unable to withstand was understood and protect your face fi m smart

    t..Dr, Newell_ declared I I the cold weather I I i "These lower rail uk me and burn caused by misfit blades. .-
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    truck competitive r'it< Mi'Wnthen ,
    $i. jyiarch: 7. (FNS-) i |Hates of Northbound !'! said "1h< st, u t 7i'I I <'n.,hI .

    ulllerth (he.' fpuineast area of I' }'reight'Al'e Slashed1Sinfoid I I I the railroads to retJin ,'m" i-i> tilt.
    FlSridrwe' '
    d1j\Jltl't' of being re- i vegetable tonnage Yo hit 11 I ti 'I". < .1
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    Inljrsted mitts licks' from ticky deer
    I Fh March 7-lvinll..1!'; |I doing to trucks latch
    , in th.- erninOle reservation. P E. I
    I from Florida to New Votk and I.
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    I Chicago; $38 pei car on cabbage: ,
    Association .
    I CiUleirtPfi's' stated 'I Want Ads Fay-Try Them
    $32 per car on escarole; S3. per car I,
    Whenhe, appointed a committee t
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    slaughter the tick-infested deer

    th* reservation. Hotel Redland

    This action was taken at a meet, I
    ing o{ lie Stale Livestock and' Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill

    Sanitary Board held here recently,! come to your hams every day through

    t at which Secretary Harold I THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
    I Ictes refusal to permit the kill,
    !, In j of.dter In the Indian reser- A. tedeisdised Deity N/Hr
    DR. C. H. DENBY It now*Iw m MM wrirt.. .easseesselw_ no Y..as
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    ruling that the reservation Is the

    property ot the Indians and can- Osteopathic PhysicianPhone The Christ, Sctou* PubUHUnc SeMf
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    . Dr. Ruehle Gives Tomato and Potato Pest Findings I'



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    fungus fusarium lycoperslcl is an 'has been known to attack the potato dry period and after the vines Vines sprayed with bordeaux or
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    I matured I dusted with copper-lime wjll remain -
    the also.Aphids. are I
    I Important disease on pine-
    added for neutralization Experiments !: "
    determine 'land crop but I II of. little or noImportanceon I are generally present,1 4. Allow 48 hour after harvest green 7 to 14 day longer I
    In to
    whether are greater progress amount of sine I the marl glades 'each year but usually appear: late, I before washing the potatoes. This ''than the unsprayed ones, but the

    are desirable fend whether It Is I Crop rotation, sanitation, and the In the season and are seldom, !allow rotted tissue which resulted I yield may not be Increased. Bor- "
    I varieties offer the from field Infection to undergo t deaux mixture and copper-lime |
    to add the zinc salt at use of resistant abundant enough to warrant spa
    necessary best means of avoiding losses from cial control measures A serpentine a color change, and the sorterscan dust delay the maturity of the P
    I
    each application of fungicide
    ( readily remove all field rot vines and the sizing of the tubers. L\
    ha caused
    this disease. leaf minor considerable "
    Phoma rot Is another diseaseof
    In the absence of late
    blight, the ,
    the of before packaging
    Beans sometimes severely damage to foliage
    considerable Importance, espe- are
    clally In seasons with much cool attacked by the fungus sclerotlnlasclerotiorum 'young plants In some fields in recent 5 Remove the toil from the use of these fungicides may actually -
    reduce
    dump weather. It !II most conspicuous I When tomatoes follow years. and i* apparently In- I tubers by means of spray jets and the yield In a cool
    growing and will Increasethe
    on ripe fruits after they have Infected beans In the rotation, I creasing.specific control, elln ,nate the soaking tanks from season
    yield only slightly during a .
    reached the markets, although It they may become severely Infected measures have been developed for the washing process ;
    i warm season favorable for alter.
    attacks the items and foliage of by sclerotinia during periodsof this pest. Tomato pin worms have''I', 6. Dry the tubers before packaging naria infection. Since late blight '
    the plants at any time from the cool moist weather The fungus been observed In Dade County, with heated air or with air Is certain to
    seedling stage to maturity The invades the prostrate branches and but thus far have caused little circulated rapidly by means of practically appear *y
    before the season Is over, It I II t
    Importance of phoma rot ai a disease fruit of the plant that may be damage to the crop. I fans or pre-cool the potatoes Immediately recommended that the grower .
    of tomato plants In the field touching the soil, and works up- Potatoes after packaging This
    dust schedule
    adopt a spray or
    in usually overlooked or underestimated ward on the plant causing a soft : The Red Bliss variety Is practically I 1 Is by far the most important and stick to It, using one of the "

    because It cannot be watery rot of the tomato tissues I the only potato grown com I method of control. If all field rot i more effective Insoluble copper ,;

    readily distinguished from other The fungus lives over from one mercially In the calcareous marl Is removed by the sorter and It sprays or dusts If dust I I. used \

    foliage disease, especially ilternarla season to the next by means of I soils of southern Dade County. I the potatoes are thoroughly dried 30-70 copper-lime seems to be as ,

    blight the resistant sclcrotia which are ''The acreage devoted to Its cultivation ', either before packaging or Immediately effective as others we have tried
    Control in the field Is the same black, hard growths of the fungus has fluctuated between 0,000i i after there will be noI thus far. We are experimentingwith

    vfur allernaila blight, that I capable of surviving considerable i, and 8.000 acres In recent years. I I development of this type of decay, different formulas of copper-
    the application of Jungleides periods of unfavorable weather j shipped
    copper provided the potatoes are
    lime
    j Certain pests and diseases have dust in an attempt to find a
    To prevent phoma rot from conditions Staking is of considerable I, 'i i under ordinary transit conditions
    I been troublesome and apparentlysome mixture superior to the 30-70 and
    developing In transit on the fruit advantage In preventing this of these are Increasing in, I Late blight caused by the 20-80 mixtures Dust mixturesnow
    the latter should be immersed as disease It Is best not to plant
    importance as the cultivation of fungus phytophthora infestuns was available should be appliedat
    stain as possible after harvest Ina tomatoes after beans If this crop potatoes is repeated year after, reported first In Dade County in the rate of about 30 pounds to
    :1 cent solution of borax has shown much sclerotinia Infec-
    pet
    1130. and was not observed again the be effective
    ,year on the same soil The more i' acre to
    which Is heated to 100 degrees F. tion the previous season 1933-36
    I there until the season.
    Important diseases are bacterial| Small amounts of zinc sulfate
    The treatment will prevent practically Southern blight, brown rot, and I Since that It his been
    tme present -
    : soft rot, late blight scab rhl/oc- added to the wet have
    sprays gen-
    all uf the phoma rot In torn soptorln blight have not been observed 1 And
    every year stems likely
    ton la disease and early blight. erally given slightly Increased
    itues from fields In which the :
    in recent years.parasites 'to
    disease has been reduced to a mini- Animal of the tomato | Bacterial soft rot. It has become, be present annually so long yields, at was the case with tomatoes
    | as we continue to grow potitoei
    I .
    standard wash ,
    the practice to
    mum by spraying or dusting with are numerous and destructive In : It Is more destructive some
    copper funglcldi the marl soils, particularly In practically all the potatoes produced yearsthan Potato scab caused bv actinomv-
    others. the severity of I Hs at- I
    Minor foliage diseases which I I fields sltiyilcd close to the boy In Dade County before i lack d"pl'ndn1: 111"V| !1",:: 'i r era scabies, has given considerable
    may become serious In certainseasons or to the canals which drain the packaging The washing even I If temperature unJ moisture: condi- trouble rn some> farms and is ap-
    In Individual and accomplished under the best conditions ,'nrrnt1y Increasing slowly in Dade
    or fields (Igladt's. theVrst Indian land crab I tions are favorable for ioU diwlopmcnt : I-
    which are controlled by spraying commercially feasible 1 is Cuntv The organism lives over
    l Is a serious pest If not suppj[,eased .
    III' dusting with copper fungicides, These creatures are usually poisoned likely to be accompanied by con : |Iin the soil and once it, becomes
    include grey I leuf.spot caused by by means of phosphorus paste siderably more logs due to decay During the post four reasons, I abundant, there seems to be no
    temphylium soliinl downy mildew or killed by pouring a small quan- than would occur If such potatoes i, various formulas of bordeaux mixture method of control. Our potato soils

    caused by I the potato lute I tity of gasoline Into the crab holes I I' hud not been washed. t'O: tsOf the commercial hive a very high pll value whichis

    Might fungus, ph\tnphthora: In- before the plants ore set In the Prior to the 1933-37 season the,. locally Impossible to change pitmancnt-
    fcMuiui. and leaf spot. caused by field usual method of washing the potatoes ,have been Included In extensive ly by the addition of sulfur so that

    the fungus clndospi rlum fulvum. I Cutworms are frequently destructive I in large quantities was to i" i,experiments with sprays and dusts the disease cannot be eliminatedby
    for the control of diseasesof
    foliage
    Fruit rots occurring In Dade County especially if the land Is [ run them In a continuous stream this means Seed treatment is
    tomato fields, which are partially I plowed less than 10 days before 'through a soaking tank and then the potato. The materials were generally practiced at the present

    controlled by the spray schedules ( setting the plants in the field. I through a rinsing spray or di- applied with power machinery such time. Experimental tests have
    | is used In commercial
    for elternaiia blight Include Plowing 10 days to two weeks before rectly through a spraying compartment as fields i shown that the formaldehyde
    buckeye rot, bacterial rot, on- [ planting, and applying one 'I where practically all the '1 and at least six replications were treatments are superior to the
    thrHcnose and fusarium rots I'of the poison baits containing adhering soil was removed. From!, made for each treatment Unfortunately mercurial, under our conditions,

    Bacterial spot caused by the organism Paris green around the young then on an endless conveyor sys I from the standpoint of securing I but no treatment is very effective

    bacterium veslcatorlum Is plants will prevent serious cut- Item carried the potatoes over a data on late blight control against toil-borne Infection.
    this disease has been in
    sometimes serious in early tomato I worm damage. and then along past sorters I severe t Rhizoctonia disease Is presenti
    fields Treating the seed before The most serious insect pest of who removed the undesirable our test plots for only the past i I every season The organism lives

    planting li recommended for control the tomato is the fruit worm. This ':tubers while the remaining ones I two seasons The results of the |lover from one year to the next In
    testa In the when late blight
    It has been observed that I insect must be poisoned with ar- | passed into the shipping contain- year i the soil. When weather conditions
    the spraying and dusting schedulesfor senlcul In order to prevent ser- : ers A bushel crate constructed of I was abundant are briefly as follows | are favorable It may corrode or

    the control of altemirla blight ious damage to the crop. Either :I i wood is the standard shipping : i burn off" the sprouts before they
    has given a partial control of bac- lead or calcium arsenate may be container. I All the fungicides tested reduced appear above ground, and the
    terial although direct I II' I The potatoes were still the amount of late blight' sclerotia of the
    spot no used as the poison, and if copper i quite fungus are always
    schedule has been worked out for fungicides are applied may be added ] damp or even wet when packed Infection and Increased the yields ,I more or less evident on the new

    this disease I' to the spray or dust. From 31 i In favorable drying weather much I when they were applied once a tuber Seed treatment la of some

    A number of diseases occur on I to 4 pounds of lead arsenate area| of the adhering moisture was lost week throughout the growing season !'I benefit In reducing rhizoctonia

    the tomato for which we have no added to 50 gallons of spray and in a few hours if the containerswere Wet sprays were generallymore I i Infection and it It recommendedthat
    specific control One of the most dusts usually contain 15 to 20 per I stacked in a well ventilated effective than dusts in controlling the potatoes be harvested as

    important of those Is mosaic disease I!I' cent by weight of the arsenical. I shed but If the potatoes were im- foliage Infection. Bordeaux soon as possible after maturity.

    which belongs to the group It is recommended that, in using mediately loaded or if the weatherwas mixture 8-8-100 gave as good control The longer the potatoes remain In

    known as "virus" diseases Mosaic I' lend arsenate by Itself as a spray, hot and unfavorable for dryIng as any of the wet sprays, buta the toil after maturity the larger

    Is serious In some seasons and IIIoC 1 I pounds of lime be added to the I the potatoes remained warm I greater increase In yield was and more abundant the sclerotic

    little importance In others Although ]- liquid to prevent burning The'' and wet and were likely to develop obtained In plot sprayed with become, other things being equal.

    no organism has been first application .is usually made I much decay before arrival at destination I some of the Insoluble copper I i, A number of our diseases are
    designated as causing it, the virus'1 1it when the first fruits are about spray Of the latter, cuprous oxIde seed-borne and there is little or
    highly Infectious and ][ the size of a marble This may During the 1936 shipping season, I and basic copper chloride gave nothing to be done once we plant
    spread 1 by rubbing the leaves of i I, be repeated at 7 to 14-day Inter- a study was made of the causal I the highest yields and the most the seed. To this group belongthe

    a diseased plant against those of vals if there is no rain until a i factor associated with the devel- I effective control of late blight. various virus diseases, such

    a healthy one. Cultivating tools I week or ten days before the first I opment of bacterial soft rot, and Basic copper sulfates were leas as rugose, leaf-roll, and mosaic,
    and laborers may spread the disease picking I satisfactory control measures have effective for control and gave and spindling sprout, bacterial
    once It becomes establishedIn Leaf-eating caterpillars as wellas been developed about the same yield as bordeaux ring rot, and fusarium wilt. The

    the field. The sources of Infection the striped and spotted cucum-j I The causal organism was Identi- mixture. Of the dusts, copper- problem of controlling such diseases
    have not been definitely" lo- bar beetles are either killed i or'' fied as a strain of erwlnia caroto- lime 30-70 gave better control rests with tha producer of

    cated. It Is possible that wild repelled by the arsenical sprays !; vora. The same, or a similar strain than a 35 per cent copper hydro'or seed potatoes, and our problem is .
    plants are infected and that Inserts or dusts. cause the well-known black-leg a cuprous oxide dust, but the ; to avoid buying seed potatoes so

    carry the virus from these wild Plant bugs do considerable dam-4 disease of potatoes In northern !yields were practically the same 'i Infected It generally pays to buy .

    hosts to the tomato plant ThereIs age to tomatoes by stinging thefruit I potato sections, a* well a* soft in each case certified, seed.
    no use attempting to control' and by sucking the sap from i rots of many other vegetables It I I. recommended that the first I I I Many of the annual pests of the

    mosaic by application of fungicides > the tender shoots, thus causing'them throughout the world. The organIsm I application of fungicide be made tomato also attack the 'potato. .

    nor are fertilizers ""P"I to wilt. The only reliable' I* always present, and during when the plants are t to 8 inches Land crabs, plant bugs, cucumber -

    Bible for its presence There are I remedy for these. pests seems to be j wet weather, Is very abund- I I tall. This should be repeated at beetles, serpentine leaf minors ..
    no commercial I varieties of tomatoes hand collecting, since they can : ant In our soils. Tubers infected (about 10-day Intervals until late and In rare case, caterpillar attack \

    suitable for our conditlonllthut not be poisoned with stomach with fungous rots and other typesof blight begin to appear In the area, the potato as well as the
    are not subject to mosaic I I poisons and the contact sprays do bacterial Infection are predisposed I after which the interval between ![tomato. The tame control meas.

    Rootknot Is quite serious on the not kill the adults Some growers to bacterial soft rot. It may applications should be shortened ures that prevent damage to .the
    I
    pineland tomato crop but thus far'' have reported fair success from 'also follow mechanical Injuries I, to not more than 7 days When tomato will also apply for the

    has been of very minor Importance I using derria-rotenone sprays alrepellant. of the tubers. Water-logging of I:late blight Is present on the folliage'the potato j
    on the marl glades It Is apparent ., but these reports have the soil after heavy rains causes I vines l should be allowed'' Aphids are more abundant and
    It increasing, on the marl however not been verified by experimental the enlargement or swelling of the 'to die down completely before the difficult to control on the potato 1

    if" probably because the marl glades tests | lenticels which furnishes another i.tubers are harvested to prevent than on the tomato These plant

    have been drained to the point I II' The pepper stem borer collablsmodes avenue of entrance for bacterial 'spreading Infection from the diseased lice usually appear In great numbers : "
    where all of the land does not go cubae, was found attacking soft rot. The causal organism Is top to the tubers during late in the growing season
    ; under water for long periods durIng tomatoes In about 100 acres very sensitive to rapid drying but''! the harvesting operation I II when the weather warms up. At
    the summer as it did formerly I during the 1938-39 season and has resistant to slow drying. I t I Early blight, caused by the this time the vines are usually

    The principal means of avoiding appeared again this season on. land I The following control measures !i, fungus alternaria solan!, Is present becoming decumbent and, since
    trouble with nematodes In the I previously unlnftsted The larvae I! should be used to avoid losses from i j i every season and during warm'the lice feed on the undersides of

    Vineland tomato field is to make I of the weevils live In the stems |I this type of decay: I',moist weather may cause some the leaves it 1 la difficult indeed to-

    certain that the seedbeds are free I I near the ground level and when I 1. Secure good seed stock, free :;'damage by killing the vines pre. hit them with contact Insecticides
    of the pests, so that the plant will numerous cause the plant to wilt of bacterial ring rot, late blight !1!maturely. It does very little dam By using vine lifters and applying

    be free of Infestation when let In j and stop growing There Is no and other diseases If possible ''age In a cool growing season. nicotine or pyrethrum rotenone
    the field. Cyanide and other chemicals known remedy for this insect .t'' 2 Control late blight by spray When late blight 1 II not present, spray or dusts at high pressures

    may be used to free the soil present Land known to be Infested ,ling or dusting with copper tunl-1[the advantage of spraying or a good kill may be obtained. The
    Of seedbeds of these .pests i should not be planted to cide ''dusting for early blight are apt use of copper fungicide defin.telj

    Fusarium wilt,' "Wt'lf by the I tomatoes or peppers. The Insect 3. Harvest the tubers during to be more apparent than real. promotes aphid: Increase




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    j : Friday March 8. 1910 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace i\e\en\ -


    bared ,In Certificate, N.. 2210. The
    I osrermrnt of Amid property under the
    raid Certificate i issued wt t tt I. the name
    I Ink ...... ADSRATE ,
    III ICThe Churches I Last U. L,1nentoa'a Aldltlon.: In the CLASSIFIED
    CII, or Hanrarad County 0' II..... I
    I state 0' Florida. es ....aowWod MCertflests
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    First Insertion line I
    of Said property under' the Sold Car- : 104 a ; subsequent insrrtlotr

    tiflcaterated. was in the name ofUnknown. 9< a line

    BAPTIST CHURCH :METHODIST Lot t!. 1.lrineatoe's Aldltion. In ..h.I .- -
    I City of H..metltidl. Caw,y of Dade. r

    I HOMKBTIAO-Or. Sunday school at J 9145 R. JohluloiM a. m preach p.ftor I HOMESTEAD-Sunday school Rot i..1. RIc tlfa stale-eta of No.rlorlda TS4.M The embraced a-.In.,I Con..f FOR' RENT I I I FOR SALEFOR
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    He it II a. ma.nd7ISOP.M.ta.Y.P.Uas : : prtarhlns at II 0. ... and T SO a.a laid proptrlr under the mid l';r Ifl.
    "N .. Prayer services I doted In the Unknown
    p. Wtdnndart Junior Ltasuo al raw was ) name :
    tel.p HI
    1$1010. 06 n; APARTMENT for rent. Phone 20. SALE 2i
    Redlwnrt
    acres
    t S :SO p. m. I Ban tar Ltasua at 4 In on
    t COt II-'l'h. II... Noah Tttman, .....: ..,.. meeting .1 T 111 p. n. ... Unless arcordlni said Certificates to .law. tax shall deed ht will redeemed (m822)HOLSE ); I II road Well located for norm'-
    Sir Buntfay ehool at 10 a. Ml .._.h,
    I f at 11 a .. and ,SO p. ... I B. V. l>. u. nf M, I. SILT YR PALH-Tht Rees I. E. issue thereon. on the Ird diy of April. A. I I site. (300 Benj W. Morris ",JII -

    ,\ I so p. ... Prayer service at T lu p. atWtonaiilar. '''''. Sunday School every D. 140PiKd this SKth day of February. A. D. In Redland; modern canrnltnccs : to Baptist Church Kronie Av.litered .' .

    sin.; Preaching services on flnt. I 1940 \ Brooks, Inc.. Phone I I real estate broker. nest
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    CATHOLIC 78-R. (:\Ir HI) i Homestead (tltllI'
    ( f Circuit 7ourl.
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    pastor; Preaching at p .. ... I Dade loiinty rlorldat I
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    Second. ivtnua. Homestead the Rev i school .1 10.'I Hy N STFRRFTT n CI FOR RENT-Unfuiolslwd[ hou.p.1!I JUICY ORANGES(' \I PII"k

    I I' load T I.m 0.. .week... p.dir.....mi.Sunday, at Silo man dally it''I -Tht FLORIDA Hr>. C.CITY 0. Nrl.on COMMUNITY:paitor CHI' i 1 mar .t P, It.: 81, 20: total by year Benj. W Morris. registered I,i Eva Collins. Biscayne Drive ",Dd

    sy irhool Sunday following I o clock "h..1! at 10 a. ... : preaching at T So real estate broker next : Federal H1ahway.I .
    .mat. Communion for woman the tin I Midweek pnytri and Bible study I I NOTICE OP APPI II'ATIU:4 FOR to Baptist Church Krome Av*..
    Suailir of avintlf, far mm and biyi. theereNmd | day at '80.REILAND. I II I TAX DhH) I
    Sunday uf month Holy hour Th",.. flit' 21211611, Homestead (flGUIFOR I FOR SALE-One Apex Refrlgt I ti .
    day before tint Friday of month at 7 ,10m COMMUNITY : Notice li hereby given I that H. P anion '
    Mesa The Rae. C. G Noon paitor Ch tor; 9 restaurant tables; 14 itauunt "
    > al 10 a mBtnnjlctlon holder am aMtantt of State and County i'I
    ut :hllJt"l. ,:,;,. after I school at 10 I preaching al 11 ; Ta> Certificate No 817 H. dated the lit R'EIIT-Lar: comfortable i chairs; 4 restnui 11,1,,I
    ...... League at nil" Midweek prayers day ..f A.in"it. A. D. 117. has filed Laid' .
    bible study rhunda at 7:80.PRESBYTERIAN d'rtlfl..ateIn ,n> efflcr. and has made rooms Froschcrs. O\ersco stools; one gas stove: one ket.. .
    CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH (, application for Ui .lard. to loose Ihtrti Highway at Florida City Phone I sere stove: one kerosene heel, ,

    FLORIDA CITY Ir, d...ay and Sixth '1 In i......rdann the llowini withlaw dri. .Said rlbrd Certlfleatuembraces S20-J (jlO-ti one bed and innerspring n It,..... Sunday school at I'll .... for I HDMEKTEAl)--Kr,'mt avenue al N. proptrty
    i .

    situated In Dada C" inly Florldl lorll tress Posey Garage boftke \ phisw
    pupil under 20 y..an .f ... : morning I'Bible trc l' The nor, (m>. H' Ricks I : L.". I". 11 and) It ttiork 4. UtverlyH \
    sere ire al 11 u clock Wednesday evening, ichiol it.10 a. n : preaching. ...tohuIht I FOR SALt (0)1111 I II ,
    ..rvlaes "Nih Include testimomple I of heal.heard I', m. : you, "..pl.| 'i meeting it 7 So ', aewain,ml of said Property union _
    laporltnm and mnarht on Cbrli: the Ortlflralt Issued w. In the mint
    alas Bel,nn. 8 p. m. Tin pub |. b core i "fink n. Unless Mid Crrtificsnr (hall 1 I FOR SALE-460 tt. frontage on FOR SALE-Mcc: piece of bas
    than It...... 8 .,. m. I bt redeemed ion rd n Hi low, tax Reading seem In church edifice l< open i LEGAL NOTICES Kill Int thereon on the ISth day ,'
    every Thursday afltrn,>'n from 1 00 to I March A. I). hale for growing flowers Price right cash Benj W. Morris reglatiI, of i
    1'(10 Th public l> cordially. Invited to the Datd this 7M day of F..bruory. A. lF > for canh BenJ. W. Morris. regIstered real estate broker next to 11.11'-
    ftrvlcn and to limit tnt rtnd n. room 11'1"' .
    Mar I.fMon-sfrmon topic: soTirr op APPLICATION B IfATHKRMN. real estate broker next list Church Krorn Ave, Home -
    I FUR lAX ItkEDChapter ('lurk uf Circuit Court to Baptist Church Krome Ave.. stead (11HIl1)
    Man 17417 MI. of 1985'ii. I IK 1 I D.d. Count,. "lorldl
    !!. A-SH71 Circuit Loon ....1. Homestead (flClf )
    CIIIRCII OF UlitlsT Notice h hereby given hit D .. By N. C gttrrttt l>. IIF..I :
    ['vrrlnt holder I of ikpn Ha jlovrr U / u.I.. n Mnr I. P. l(4i FOR SALE-On Redland Rond HOMESTEAD; LOTS
    10\l18TIAII--.t and N. W Ian trrtlllritt N". S727 Issued the
    Nth ....... Bible study avenue>t 10 a. m. : comemuniu day of Jnly, A. I1 1914 bee ::: III. I '' short distance south of Redland FUn SALE
    .. fellowship sad prtachlns al I In my office. and ha. mete :01'I; NOTICE Of API'LICkTlON. FOR 'I Woman Club cottage Partly
    11- .. ... Certificate file a Sea dewto embraces he issued the following thrn-in I TAX 17467A.I IKIILhipUr : of lOll furnished. For sale at gl\e-awny I l1athe following Iota priced

    CHURCH OF GOD .Abed property In the County uf Palo A g171Notice pl'lre. See Wm. J. Geronimo Legion low for qUIck sale:
    Suit of PI rlli. to>wit, I I. hereby given thai Craw Rinirdh Lot 3, Block 4. North Diim..,idPuk
    HOME8TEAB-SCU N. W. Pleat atn .I Ln. .....1. and 11. Beak t. ..11."r "f Plate and County. Tn Ceniftrate Tag office, Homestead
    the Rev a... Q. Coplin ..ao.o,. 8..dH tlllnn Court Hal Book II. Taut No. 1400. lu,,,'d the bill diy of July. A (d8tf ; west fiontdge
    School at tttt, a. m : prtarhlnaat_ II a. .... In the County ,,f Dade. Scan I D. IOR7. had filed same In my ..fflct. and : Lot 36 Block 2. Ponce >1A'.n
    end 1:45: p. m. Junior Y. P. .1 : children* Hurlcl. had made il"|.li'lo. fora tai dead I" be
    .....IIf. al T In p.n.... Prayer In... The antttmrnt of mid property. I Issued Ihrrton Raid Certificate I embraces FOR SALE Tropical plants dl subdivision: southeast corner r.-
    In. I ... m. "'odn..do,. the said nrtlf calo IM.ltd KM In the the following described property In U..I I rus trees and tropical fruit ir Ing south
    u', Unknown County of Dane State of Ilnrlda. to-wlt I
    CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE! Under said wrtUlcilc shall ht ... I Lot u' I :lh Huk.ll,.ttnl..I:: lit I I'I I season Jungle Grove Redlatu Lots 14-13-16, Block 8. MiCI,,,'
    icnrdlnv to law the ... Rak I. Pin M. In the ofDidt
    BOMISTEAD Tht Rev property road and Plummet drive Manor These three loU are all {t-.
    Robert H. therein will bt wM ti the highest I I StttP nf Florid.Th .. u.d..1 I I
    Spear. pa....... Sunday school at S,43 .. m .it the Court house dam on the first 'I i itiii>ni. nt of Mid property I gethtr and face south
    lay In the month of April I 1IMO, whl the said rtrtlfl-alt Inuml wn In the name
    prwrhing at II ird T LEGAL NOTICESNKTII Also 10 acres of good rock lund I:
    a m 10 p m. ht lit diy of April 11110. of Eh"rtlind Dt.. Co.
    N.Y P. 8 and Junior moot In. at 1:00fm Dated his (lot diy "f February, I Unless Amid 'ifI.'i..ta shall :bt rtdetmtdaccirdlnit : : : I the north half of the north hull lie
    it) law / dn r htdIhtrtln .
    Payer ntttlnf Wednesday waning E H UA1 ,
    ... will bv will W the highest bidder OK AIM II 'lll\ the not thl'd.1 quarter of the sou' i
    m Clerk uf Circuit (
    I al the Court house door on the first Monday FUR TAX: NEED west quartet of Section 3, Tot 11-
    PRI>CITON-Tht Ra. E. P. Cowtnpaitor Dade County. In the month ,,f Apr. IM. which I. the chapter 17417 Am of 1031 t
    .
    under school at I:111 prtachlni Circuit Court gi-al let diy of April lt>4". .'11. A.9177 ship 57. south range 38 east 'fi", ,
    at 1HK4 a. m. and 1:III p.. m. Junior Hy W ( STFRRfTT Dated this IlIh diy nl Fthrunry 11140P Notice In hereby given had U \# nin,n tract lines due west of W. K. VNtons .:
    mtthnt it 6'SO: young pttnlti meeting Irtb IS Mir I. 8, 16. ) II. LKATllbKMAN Parries holder of linkers Iliuliotr latrlrl
    at t:SO. Prayer meeting Wednesday .. Clerk. of Circuit Court Tax Ortlfirilt No 7114 li.utd the 8'h homiplucc about n mile ." 10.
    T,10 p. B. NOTICI or APPLICATION! D.dt County fl"rldl. day of Await. A. D. 19i. has flirt came just east or ,ilugi' avocado Ort" 1 r

    EPISCOPAL FOR TAX HEED Circuit. Court Dy Peal N. C. RTF"RRtTT. 11. C. I In my ..rflct, and I has made O"I'U.r.. ." Write ass sit J. :\1. Khng I I' .
    File No tit'7 for H tax Ictd I" be |Issued ther "". g"ld .
    'T. JOrtVS-S B. 1I".d avenue and Notice I. hereby shoo. that Them I,1'.10. 14 28. )III'. I. '. 10101 i C rtlflrttt/ .robes. the followias di- Box 82, Diufield. Hi (j1J-t I I
    Dollar. holder a> maliin f City of H I : ;
    Touch street. H. ni ntcad : the Key R. F. I a Abed |,r"ptrty .n the County rialStite ,
    i stead tax rrrtiflratr Numbered NOTIIR OP APPLICATION if rl..rlda.
    Itlackford. rector: Holy communion .1 i to-s.I'
    anal, assn. 5980. 4148 and 6764, dated
    2:80 m. Sunday school .1 ':IU ; .o'n. FOR TAX DEED I Lot I. Block 1 I. Caalihnn' c. ""1. MISCCLLANEOJSSEE:
    "I June A. U. hH'
    day 1920.
    Inspnyir al 11.FREE certificates In my offloe, and Chapter 171M A,u uf 1DSS 1'1. II".k 11. rune H 7. {III Inf ,. 1 ""..111)'
    foe lead. to I Hit A.1818 Dale. 8la,o of r'I 1.,1"li I 6I
    application 'n
    METHODIST I II.h rcon In aocunlinet with law Notice li hereby. given that D. LtBironPtrrlat I I I The assessment if amid I i""i" rty I.nd.. I .r AND BUY m ftnanklm V.'II' .
    FLORIDA CITY Tht Rrv Wesley C. ficaUt rnibriDt the foil..vinil I holder I of Makers IlKulovtr tht MM trtlflratt laiutil tan I In ,h,' tome
    Amyl Pastor Sunday erhwl. 2 .., property limited In U.ili Tint Certificate Jjn. tica Issued I ,If. t'MenownUnletmMld. ty Grove, West Florida City.
    m. I
    p :
    ......hln.. I and 7.30 p 18 fuesda. I"r''It' to-wltl day of A".t. A. I). IM1 ha. .01.1.1"1 r certificate .hall It seise.l cord fn1'f I ,
    ..
    Prayer marline at 7 liD I' m I.,t IK .Blink I. Commerce Ad I I In air office. and h made a rordiiifi.t<' law the deal Iihnl
    IIt ""n. In the City of If"menttad. for a tax dnl tu bt .hosed. th... therein vflll hi .:Id t,. 't"f.v.;!; ..-, ;kidder:
    .f .I Dale. due f I'lorida. a. :' I Certificate tml..... tho following d0p..rl' at the On rt house doer not time lI..t Hday ,... WAN ffctfTUrOKlNO
    i; ;1 scribed In the County uf Dodo.
    I In Certificate No MM
    H rd In the month of AptL.jo4I4". which
    You GetGood.Leoking I w".mtnt ,,f Amid |""iwny under I state of. 11.1n Fl rldl and. I.II iwllLot. Illnrk]' 1, .aillllin 1 II the I.t diy. ,f Air I llni
    ,'.n"I ("'rtlfl.ale laiurd w.. In the Court. Plat beak Pegs 37. In listed. this llol ,l dal ftVWr nlav I I'", WANTED lui.rt

    Shaves f L Unknown<.t II that 1. C,rot I (.oo,,ty of pal.:, IUi. of Florida. I: II IKfUMrRMlN school and grade school subje t -.
    I '
    011 'lone In IW (Ity of _... Ih-I.i': if said! proiHprty l'I ladt uV T I I :III It ,< ::url. Mrs 11. J. Armstrong, A. II.
    In t i loda
    ',. ctrtlfltau issued WAS lit .h.1 ?tut.
    With This NewGilleffe .10"< """ty 10.,1 of III Dadjf I',.rt Hl.t.Ifl ate of Florid No 8&. .r nkntvn t'Ir."It ('.."rt .teal I Plummer drive and Country
    .. .. .. ; Untrue said certificate hall bt mln i" N I s II KIII rr n ('
    .I'. .11 I taawnt Crrtlflcil uf issued wn.y. I lI?. ..rllnit. I.. law the ,property dc.. 'hI. II". I I .. I Club road. .
    ".n,.' Vnknown. thenwill bt mid to the highest hl Mtr e.
    1 I M. II .K k I. Commerce Ad the Co rt house d...nn the first Mim | = - '"
    :1..:1. In the City of H"nwtttid. i I' .' nI'd.: month of April I till). which I II
    I. the of April 1(41 i
    of Dude sute of Florida. ai
    braved In Oertlflratt Ma ..... Dated this !l.t diy "r February. Itlv.1 BIRD'SIndorsed
    Assessment of Hid property under I E H. IrATHFRMANCrrk I
    C'. Kif.lU Issued wa In the .. of Circuit Court. '
    'BladeI I Dade l t,.unty. Flurldi
    L. I'. Illrvk I. ('nmmerrt All Circuit < '',tart 3..nl :
    ! i. 'i- th City .,f II,'m.i'.id. CounD. I 11N I' STKRRVTT D C
    i tat, ..... Rub if rl"rlda. al deb ,.1. Mar I. 0. In. 1010, e

    I 'At / Price I -


    ; DELIVERSThe USED CARSuur
    $880

    7G I timed cars aiwa\ represent fond Mine. but the
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    ones listed below are unu ually choler and we recommend .

    AcwDe any one of them for your consideration ..

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    IU.Of WHb hda.a Now. J i I 1940 PONTIACHe 19J8: DE LUXE FORD 2-1)0011 SEU.XI: I

    Gle o. V.m Real
    low excellentcondition
    > crj mileage ;
    'I5ia d.lt caaafue I I

    *A*. A Big, Seeking r i ... .. ...... ....... .. .. ........ $18)
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    ( Luxe Equipped) 19:J8 UqUGE-n.r>' clean a real bar-


    whisk I I gaIn.. ... .. ............_.... .. ..... .. .... .$.i 1.it9."J7 I

    YOU TO YOU IN e
    wiry HOMESTEAD
    PONTIAC SEDANery Food condition :
    stubble In a )iffy .

    and save money tOO-WIth the locally owned ........................ .. ..............$11):
    Thin Gillette Blade.Edges of In

    Improved kind give you refreshing Coupe a. a $880 ; 1937 CHEVROLET 2-DOOU TO U It I N G

    lood-ioolrlnlWv" every SEDAN new tires! ; new paint ; excellent .

    from Urn smart and protect and bum.your Gillette skin 2-Door Touring Sedan 925 : condition .. ............ ...... .... .....$385


    sell done at only could lOe produce for 4, ,I top.and 4-Door Touring Sedan 975. j. 1935: PONTIAC TWO-DOOU SEDAN ; very


    quality blade like this. Buy a I good condition .. ....... ........... ......$2J5:

    package from your daaln today


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    8. Krome Av*., Opposite Tar Office
    Giff.. l/u. Bfael, : South Krome Ate. Phone 18 '
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    Pace Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 8. 1940


    AUDUBON GROUP I ......-.. ...

    ioip
    I Mid
    ORGANIZES TOUR JAY- DC tnsic'S uoWINOJNIlE'S S AND AT WE MORI WHERE I \
    CEATAINLV K A FINISB64b0NESt'HOW NO QOtSTIOM ARO97 rTMPr.tHCY HAVE NOTOMLY )
    OWNERS' 1 THAT! AND ITS NO WONDER. ALSO TIEtVtRYCSEtT BUT
    IN LAKE COUNTY HEr THE WAY NC ENJOYS

    GIOWS/ MIS FOOD! BABY FOODS

    New York, March 7.-In a station -I UVI vl

    wagon bearing the name|

    of the National Association of Au-
    By ABNER GORDON
    dubon Societies, of nature a
    groups I l
    It PAINTING concrete Boon brush
    tourist are now visiting the Kls- IN cost out carefully to thin,
    ilmmee Prilrle-Okechobee Lake even dim. Under portion of thick
    paint Alms may' remain soft for con-
    country under the personal guidance I Kderable time after outer portion has
    of Alexander Sprunt, the aedition's tried to touch. If walked en whiles f count fttt it'ttfetttna'to.TRANKLIN
    supervisor of southern II apptarance U such a of aim oor.I win. breaks. spoiling S Iestle's

    lanctuariei. Here It something I Apply three eoata sad allow at least ee
    new under the sun;organized tours 4 I tour days drying time between ache

    tor the benefit ot those who enjoy drying Excessively time thick are two petal seuMuim or Insufficient eatnes

    geeing our spectacular-wildlife In .* sticky too pates Milk 3 Tall Cans 19cFrankIin's
    !
    After priming Most to dry Ill aU ;
    ita natural habitat. crack and ottwe detect. with putty ,
    "At certain time ot the year,"' eomnneea el equal -...,." of drywhiting
    and pate while tnt ground
    d."Joha-U. 1Wk executive! director t. proper Consistency to raw United -
    *Clf toe Rational Association a*. Pro potty kt watt one smofk V.<

    of Audubon Societies, ted ay, -rer Foe whey prang Bat tnpleaurt coat apply petal tent.pOMtfot Coffee :lli.r 21cSUGAR 11

    "sportsaieir hie themselves. In I part by wines soft paste
    white lead, S hosed ,.
    formidable, ,cumbers,to many tit parts raw ell
    S park floor nrnMv I poet twpen-
    fereat centers: of oneantratton of lira Add I pt attar *. part arced 'FACTORT D GREEN GIANT
    their fararlte fob and game. The tm IW Ik son Cat ttt lest? : .16.,:Bag 25ctoiiATO ,
    fctaion' i. 'sin. ttflooclatoba wilkwasi s- : ": :
    Equipment It re- 'Sow varnish ( = set 10 body end i PEA'S
    furbished; newsupplies are Sam met oft soft pasta white :
    b.V 1 part raw Reseed hit 4 parts .
    bought; the dates; destinations the tupentln AM H pt drier to paint 'KETCHUP &S IOC $3
    very, luggage of the trawlers ratted. from toe Ib. eoft paste white | Can .16c)
    broadcast their aims to 'operatorsof Irad, Large .
    transportation systems, to hotels' eoaeMl Saw uhsUtaki Ugh I
    trade Soar enaaul for P&G Soap 3 bars IOC
    stubs and flnlak L '
    suppliers of guides, can .-How can tarnish and eorrosloeibs }| SAT1
    and boaU. The purpose Is recreational IIRACLE"'WJIIP'
    removed Own bran and Capper .. .
    .. OJ ; the result Is no small Item 4.-Br washing thoroughly with a
    iD the commerce of a nation. attainted SohittAn ot common salt ba Toilet ,Soap ,:JPS: :;: 33c orSandwich
    "The plain YIat.l.l'oUewlll. t
    millions of others who delight tnetneo \
    In the outdoors are, however, MOM Betol win dear water. ..
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    less publicized than the sports PARD DOG FOOD 3 cans ZSc Spread '
    men. Yet, lovers of nature travel FOREIGN TRADE
    extensively. The national parks Fir(
    welcome them annually by hundreds
    of thousands. Even the wildlife TREATY PROVING Quart . .3Sc'
    reservations that are distant 014. Pkg. 40c 1
    from the main arteries of traffic
    HEINZ ASSORTED
    receive a rarely Interrupted stream FAILURE VIEW FIR
    of there who come to see and learn ,
    and enjoy, and then to leave the I ( Lima Beans SOUPS 5
    Mh Baby
    whole treasure undiminished for Clewlston. 7. (II'NS-
    I the delectation of all who follow Many slate and national dignitaries OR 3 Ibs. 19c I SpayI I

    The nature lover is unhamperedby a* well a* official and Gin Beans 1 cans-25C
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    restrictive game laws and his stockholders of the United States large
    open season never ends. The business Sugar Corporation, gathered In the
    he create li less concentratedand Clewicton Inn here recently for
    nil potentialities are often the annual stockholders dinner, FirThen
    overlooked. which was one of the best attendedand .
    "From end to end of this country most interesting of itnr. yet Spry Crisco 52c $35,01
    ;' said Mr. Baker "the National beld. or Itch,
    Audubon Association own, leases, PreskiHflttarence Bitt"r'was Talon
    controls or has special responsibilities the prfccMul' speaker fcni he tbetJ)
    for torn of the most wonderful pulled no-punches In presentingto h. to
    sights In all nature. Unrestricted guestar) sna) stockholders the lArmour's t tYORK TentsFai
    or haphazard visits to problems alto his company In Its Tomato Juice 'S? 25c

    many defeat of the the end sanctuaries for which would they ,effort governmental to \fttttnd quota, In the restrictions face of s : wind ate\ t,

    were established. The duties of the and natural hazards. i intactthey
    regular wardens are so numerous Exploding the claim of reciprocal COBBLER COUNTRY ,
    and so confining that these men trade treaty defenders that our round
    cannot do justice to Increased trade with Cuba while perhaps a Roll Butter Ib 35c] It dal
    numbers of guests. Yet every handicap to American sugar producers POTATOES nesstlamli
    visitor whose soul Is fired by what was at the same time beneficial
    he sees adds inestimable powerto to our manufacturers and WESTERN-STANDING f r of bu,
    the wildlife conservation cause farmers as It permitted Cuban -/5/ > erallthe
    10 lbs. 29C PRIME RIB ROAST ;
    These tours therefore are equally to buy more American goods, BIt- L6.29 o)
    good for the birds and other wildlife ting pointed out that Cuba' Imports gulch.ownei.
    the in 1937-three years after : '.
    sanctuary territories, the GOLD COINSliced
    ; being granted exclusive right to -.. '
    , participating nature tourists the Not
    neighboring communities and the almost 1-3 of our sugar market- BaconChuckRoast ..uZ thealt'Enlll
    conservation) movement at large" showed that only TO tons, or about APPLES
    II Reservation and ticket for 1,300 bushels of com was imported WESTERN :' builds
    , \ i
    these tours are to be secured, only compared with many thousand theate
    by application to the National As- times that amount prior to Cuban
    : lOts t
    aoclatlon of Audubon Societies. legislation which excluded American |5 lbs. . .I'c 23c turni!
    1008 Fifth Avenue, New York products from Cuban markets. lb.> Wet
    City. The starting point of each Other Item given as Illustrations of $1.Fount..
    tour, every Monday and Thursday for that lime year were: 9} SELECTEDLETTUCE
    ton of lard compared with 30
    throughout February and March,
    will be the Southland Hotel at time that much prior to the act Puritan Hams "er '23c"VEAL tranceC
    Okeechobee City. The total charge The most striking comparison was t
    in the egg import where there I
    per person for the three-day personally -
    was a drop from over 11,000,000
    conducted tour, not including I
    1 board and lodging, is only $10. before the act to only 139 dozen in \\2 Ig. heads 15c ROASTBOSED AND JtOIUJ)29cI
    1937.
    ))
    This sum must be paid Into the
    New York office of the association I
    t'I 1 the time of For results use Leader ,
    t at making reurvstion. GOLDEN RIPE spyall.WHOLE
    ;
    Enterprise Classified Ads
    J I Pork Shoulders 1Sc E
    I I BANANASJbs lb. I the ]

    voltn

    EDWARD STILING 13C Good Luck. lb. .7cj night the


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    fliONES 811-J AND 5 1-M:

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