The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00270
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00270
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Plant Experts Here Seeking ,

; Spray to Control Mystery Thrip

Rebuilding of Theater 'ENTIRE BEAN CROP OF AREA

JJ'ill Be Started Soon : FACING DESTRUCTION BY :


LOSS 1 Ii[ Report Shows Florida City Cancels

$35,000 ( Bonds, Coupons Totaling $6,311 in Year ---- I -

THE WEATHER Generally Used Solutions
Florida City cancelled bonds totaling standing and $3,000 of these are Fail to Halt Pest'
SAID COVERED I $2,500 and Interest coupon not due Until September, 1940. 'i 0111.1.1 .safer stain....H..t...i'., the...Puhtropk.lP.p.rl..nt 1'1..Id.. I ActivitiesSUBTROPICAL"
Coupons totaling $787 are outstanding -
{totaling $3,811.12 during the fiscal ,
of which $103 is not due I .. Mi..I f'-J;;
which ended March 1, accord- ftau M. a.in
year until September, 1940. ,March 8 72 44 29.731! 0.01 ST.FJo'ASKS
TWO- ing to the report of Mrs. Flora D.
THIRDS i Myers, town clerk and treasurer. Receipts of the town, which Included (March 9 87 45 29.93: .All OF U. OF F.
4321.24 In taxes collected, March 10 71 33'' \
Only $8,000 In bonds are still out-
totaled $5,49841, and disbursements ,March 11 75 42 30.121! Clarification of Insect
totaled March 12 78 49 30.101'
$2,927.83 the
Fire Starts On Stage showed. report,,March 13 80 53 30.111 to Help in Finding
Half Hour Before ADD Sale of tax certificates totaled I March 14 81 _30121 "Cure," Belief

Night Show $45580, the maybr's court took in
FOR REELECTIONTO 95.02 in fines, and license fees col- P. B. BIRD"FILES I Identification of a small bug,
FIRE CHIEF AMONG: s letted reached $173.7}, ( believed to be a member of the r

5 HURT AT BLAZE COMMISSION Other details of the report areas IAS. CANDIDATEFOR i jtlnip I family, which li attacking
follows: \bean plants In south Dade, i is being -
Genera Fund sought by two entomologists i
Sparks Carried by High :J. D. Redd, who is rounding! out Balance hand in First COMMISSION
on of the Crop Protective A Wind Ignite OtherBuildings hit seventh two-year term as mem-
of Dade commission (Continued on Page Two) lion and Dr. Ceo D Ruchle. plant
ber the County ,
from the fifth district, announced Announcing that he had qualified pathologist of the Subtropical Experiment -
Fire damage to the Seminole by telephone from Miami I a few hours earlier as I candidate -t Station, so that n war
Theater building, estimated at yesterday, that he had filed his REDLAND CLASS !, for the Democratic nomina-I, to the death" can be waged against II
qualifying fee to run for reelection I itlon for county commissioner it
$35,000 by its owner, 3 W. English I in the Democratic primaryin TO GIVE DRAMAOF from the fifth district Preston B It covered by a two-thirds May. j Bird said yesterday afternoon that I i Iteenths I of an inch long and i* .
valuation Insurance policy, and I Responsible In great measure for, he believed he would make the straw colored. It has the funeral
the theater will be rebuilt at once, the good roads that have grid- WORLDV AR I(characteristics of the thrlp hut so
he told a reporter for The Leader-+Droned the Redland District for ,-hard-work-ing far has survived the generally
Xenterprlse: this week. ,many years, Mr. Redd received sioner" If elected. I II I,used sprays and Insecticideused
Fanned by a 40mileanhourwind I this early training when he helped' "Rosemary, for Remembrance," I Mr. Bird who came here In in this vlclnlt; It burro,,- into
the fire of last Friday night i Jin the construction of the F. E. C. one of the best sellers In high 11922 from Jacksonville, where he the plant bloom and then> -uiks
ate through the frame roof and(!extension to Key West. : school plays during recent years, born and reared, began workin the life-sustaining juice.
Interior of the theater, leaving only Mr. Redd did not have time will be presented by the junior Homestead as an automobile The entomologists, A. M Lord
the weakened outside walls surrounding yesterday to give a detailed inter-] class of Redland High School In salesman for the old Harris Mo- and George Brlen havi been t
a mass of charred debris 1 view regarding his candidacy but the school auditorium Wednesday tor Co Two years later he founded giving their entire attention to
It damaged nearby places of business I promised to do so for next week's'I might I II the Bird Chevrolet Co., now the pest during the pas' two
and sent flying sparks and,i issue. I I The story concerns Intrigue and' owned and operated by a brother, weeks after many grower, reported -
flaming embers to ignite the roofs\ trickery In an American base hospital and five years ago he established the new crop menace Dr.
of buildings within an area of several DK. RUEHLE HONORED I In France during the World the Preston B. Bird Motor Co., Ruehle has sent a specimen of the
blocks. The embryo fires on, Dr Geo. D. Ruehle, plant pathologist -, War. A scheming chief nurse, which as the South Dude selling pest to the University of Floridafor
the other buildings were extinguished at the Subtropical Experiment Beatrice King, plots to separatethe and servicing agency for Buick possible IdentIfication. >n far, '
promptly by watchful Station, has been notified of lovers Rosemary and Jack.I and Pontiac motor cars made such the entomologists have found only
owners and volunteer firemen. hit election to membership in the I The horror and futility; of war are rapid progress that Mr. Bird last I one spray which kills the bug It
Nothing was saved from the Torrey Botanical Club, New York shown by the crippled, broken year had to double his building Is a compound discovered by Mr *
theater or the apartment of the I City. The club which was organ soldiers, Tom and Phil, who try space He also owns and operates Lord but it is too expensive to be
English family in the three-story ised In 1170 has 600! members hard to keep each other's sprits up. a service station adjoining his used on a commercial scale
building Mr. English set his It Is the oldest organization of Its I Humor Is supplied by Cornelius large sales and garage building."I I The bug may be of the llowtr-
theater lou at $20,000 and the kind in the United States. Conkrlght, III, son of an Iowa mil- believe that any man who attacking variety and forced to
loss to the apartment and its I lionaire, who finds that money seeks public office should first I live on bean plants when Its ,
furnishings at $15,000 WILDLIFE WEEK SET: ,doesn't usual of food killed *
count In the army and 'vho demonstrate that he can sources was
Water and flames caused a loss Governor Cone has Issued a has to peel potatoes and scrub fully manage his own .business"I::I by frost, Dr. Ruehle said Whither
of $1,500 to the Theater Soda proclamation setting aside the floors Mr. Bird said, "and without any I they are present in unusually! large
Fountain, adjoining the theater entrance week of March 17 to March 23 The cast of the play follows: desire to boast I believe that IP:numbers cannot be ascertained he
on the north, and several "Florida Wildlife a'j Capt Jack Roseland, Lloyd Cash; have attained a degree of success i pointed out, and possibly they are
(Continued on Page Three) Week." (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Three) (Continued on Page Two et,...


Every citizen of Homestead is: proud of South Miami, Coral Gables and Miami that filled the enclosure after the fire was

the heroic work performed by the city's reached the scene. put out, gave graphic evidence of construction

volunteer fire department in preventingthe As bad as the fire was, however, and aa that should never have been permitted

Seminole Theater fire of last Friday bad as it threatened to be, its damage and in a building to which hundreds of a com

night from developing into a conflagrationthat potentialities pale into Insignificance when munity's entertainment. seekers trusted

might have destroyed the entire busi- one thinks of the horror that might have themselves night after i. 'ht.

ness district.. been had the fire started little more than a That is all water over 1._ dam now. The,

Fire Chief Deputy has the satisfactionthat half-Iiour later when the theater would thing to do is to prevent any such catastro-

he did not suffer his fractured ribs in have been in the midst of its evening movie. phe in the future. Let the state and municipal

rain, for his efforts and those of his firemen show. fire boards get on the job and see that

brought the fire under control by: the The speed %'th which the flames guttedthe any public entertainment building erected

time the equipment generously; sent from building, and the piled up wooden del ;In from no\r on is of fireproof construction.

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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 15 1940 :'.J

Transfer funds ?._ '__' .. 17676 NEW OFFICIALS' 38 Army Planes Sweep 1 Dealers Thank. Friends '.j.ii .ji t
Dade County 83.39Citizen's Over City andrea i For Aid During Fire' ;
Bank D'd 12242, I
In Mock Air Attack I.'
PLAY TODAYIN 5,4118.45-I,OF FLORIDA CITYSWORN of Deep friends appreciation in carrying tot merchandise the work .

Dta"--a. Homestead and vicinity was I to safety and guarding It from
STATE MEET General expense .. ..$1,12818 IN OFFICE was subjected Monday to a I looters during the progress of the
,;Sanitation _f p". 0900 I terrific machine gun and fire Friday night is being expressed .
Electricity .. ... 606.96 bomb strafing-theoretically. by Joe L. Burton, proprietor l
The Grower of Homestead High I J I Office ......_ .... 6465 i L. R. Becker, new mavor: of A squadron of 37 army of Burton' Department Store;
School who won the eighth district -|I Public buildings _, oo.. 9.BO Honda City and other official planes headed by a huge and Mrs. M. DI! Jacobsen, proprie.it:,
championship of the B division I,fin _____ ._... .. 102J9 chosen at the toctton Monday, "bull" bomber,swept out of the tor of the Lou Ores Shop. "
at the Miami Edison High i)Street and parks .. 206.84 'were sworn into office: at a regular north and circled this area Both Mr Burton and MriT
School last Friday, win make their' meeting of the Florida City town at an altitude of several thousand Jacobsen declared the kindness of\
first bid for the state championship I $2,92763 council Wednesday night feet. Had the airmen I the many person who helped
of their division In the state I'I sinking Fond Mr. Becker headed an unopposed been bent on serious business them will never be forgotten sndj' t

tournament today at Gainesville I,March 1, 1939. to March sUte He succeeds Edward SUling Instead of play there wouldn't I that they will make every effortV!
They drew East Marion High i 1, 1940,bonds cancelled 2500.00 The largest vote was cast for have been much left animate to seek them out and express their 5
School as their first opponent. I Interest coupons cancelled 3811.12, Mrs. Flora D Myers who was reelected or inanimate, in Its original gratitude personally
The Growers won the district town cleric and treasurer. form, within the space of several I "I never knew I had to many
tournament by defeating the Diamondbacks -I I $631112 She received 98 votes William J. minutes I friends," Mr. Burton said "Theyj*

of Redland High School I Fine and Forfeiture FundBalance Geronimo, re-elected town mare i The "attack" was precededby I certainly sprang to my aid when : .
b d score 23 They won thai, received 97 votes. Mr. Becker the visit of six reconnolss 11 needed them," said Mrs Jacob-,..
i; aOf3:7: : band
Dun 20 I on received 96 votes .
m from Gesu I nce planes, flying so high : sen
1, 1939 18028 I
28 to It, and Boynton 41 to 18 to i .oo. $ The only defeated candidate on that they were detected only _
obtain Redland as a foe. Redlard I Receipt during the year_115 02 the slate was DGuy 0. Brew- by the keenest eye*. They circled I 3.186 DADE: FAMILIES: AIDED
defeated St. Patrick's 30 to 19 to I I iter, who sought a post on the I twice and then streaked : Jacksonville March 14 -The
obtain the place in the finals $ 27530 council. He received 38 votes north to give the main force state welfare board distributed
Redland gained the champion- :Disbursements $ 78.52 The councilmen and the number the "come on" signal In formations surplus commodities to 63.237 f amJ
r..p of the district last year by of votes cast for them follow: M of six, the squadron arrived : flies or an estimated 243,492 per
defeating Homestead 28 to 22. Balance March 1, 1940 $ 196.78 E. Sever, 95; John H. Rohrer 84 within a short time and I sons during February through It*
By reason of being runnersupin : Debt Service Fond Paul Haley, 92. Alonzo Lewis, tl: criss-crossed the area with I surplus commodities division. ac*
the district meet, the Diamond- ;Balance on hand March R. W. Mullins, 88; Roy L. Niell, 85; "deadly"' precision. cording to figures! made public
backs will take part in the tate 1939 _.. _.___ $ 54 69 and Charles B. Clinton. 72. Niell U here
tournament. They are paired off Receipt during the year 336 14 the only new member of the council named In a petition signed by 50,II In Dade county, 3,188 families
with Alachua for their first game I voters which was filed with the were served It 1 1. estimated that
Clinton Bishop of the Homestead $640.83 Candidates for the election were town clerk Feb. 19. the average family consists of four
team was voted the best sportsman Disbursement .. $ 600.00 'I
ef all the player participating in
the district meet and was awardeda Balance March 1, 1940 $ 40 83 with 15-Month
trophy which he may retain per. March 1. 1939, Amount
manently. The decision was made note Florida Power &
by a "Jury" composed of coaches, Light Company 2130.26
referees and other officials James Paid during the year 600.00 Guaranteed

Sullivan and Ralph Dellmger, also
of Homestead wen adjudged all- March 1, 1940 Amount
district guard and all-district forward note $1,530.26
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respectively Leonard Greenof
Rodland was made all-district
Kuird j
The Homestead-East Marion I 1 ___ I
gime was scheduled to start at 9o I One r
(Continued from rage ) j
clock this morning The last
Mal ina. ,i ward, nurse Merle i iMizellr
game of the state meet will be
n Kina. chief nurse. i
played tomorrow night "FLEET. .
Marjorie Louise, another I
ward nujUrflSLCdlleen McVicker;
TESTED"Standard l
" Rosemary. Mary Engel; Col.
REPORTJHOWSContinued Johns. in charge of the hospital. I
!II Donald Hfirfcrs; Cornelius onk- (
( From Page One) I right, III, Greer; ..Major
National Bank Home Appleby,jRt x Romine, |Betty
stead, March 1, 1939 $ 18.13 Brown, asslsn' pt chief nurs, wanda -I Tires
Balance on hand in cash 83.78 Sickle n, a soldier Harold
:Receipt. during the year 5,496.45 Hamptonfjfoll,another soldier R.
B ZenkeTTTtrth, another nurse
$5,598.36To Dorothy Behren
Miss Elcancr Paine, junior sponsor "Fleet Tested" to their outstanding
Sinking Fund ._..__$ 18891 I i i. the .altStarMYSfERY. prove
'I durability and strength by a fleet oi sturdy
Fine St Forfeiture _. (3.02
u. tack car, under severest condition, to
To Debt Service 586.14 I.
Disbursement ._ '. .' 2927.63 I 1 THRIPContinued : bring you a cafe longer weariatg tire, fully
Balance In bank March 1 1,17404 wKt guaranteed for 15 month I II INew
Balance in cash March 1. 626.62 I ( from Page One) I

concentrated on beans because so ,
tS,598.36 I many other plants were killed 4K

COIlt'CtteJPIa 241 I 110 the January freeze ,
Taxes ".321 Dr Ruehle said there is a prob-
Mayor's court 9902 ability that the bugs will destroythe
Licenses 173.7S(I entire bean crop if a spray is
Sanitation 3600 I|I not found to control them If the I
Tax redemption 9794SS80 bug is positively identified, discovery I
Sale! tax certificates I I of a 'cure' for it will be
1938 tux sale .1028 I'more easel) accomplished

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Special Low Prices '

When You Trade In Your Old Tire
Successor to
'. BUT WlX
Our special You gave
,,. Kent's Dry Cleaning: and Laundry Service also Liao Price gen. Trade-la From Our
Prico R. List
; fare Building, Homestead O e A4cc s* rl**
I TTvYVTTYSuits I.SOx21 0 0 1..0 6 2201.23x18 Ityau. *J hlON I

I Cleaned a 18.93 821 211 I SEARS I
and Pressed. i BUDGET flAHJ

.88x16 a 12.3. 9):109:

Dresses and ressed 49c 12'" f23 Other sbi. preeerileaetely
.00x16. 17.NPage low priced. 4-piy. heavy defy,

Shirts lOct'P slightly uya.r.I .


Delivery and Satisfaction Guaranteed I
Miami: Biscayne Bird, llth to 14th St. Hours: t:It to 5:30. Saturday 9:36 to t:M


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Friday, March 15. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Three

i were discovered Ernest Sherard, I began the battle, calls for majority of spectators behind rope
INDIAN OPERETTA f TO REBUILD fireman, suffered a broken collar ance were sent to Miami, 'I boundaries
bone In a fall Flying glass cut Miami and Coral Cables Clearing away of the debris of
TO BE PRESENTED J. D Perkins on the face and a atus from these points as well the burned theater is under way.
(Continued from Page One) falling hose nozzle fractured a toe the truck of the county fire I Mr English said he plans to Construct -
hundred dollars damage to Smith of James Tierney. newspaper I trol unit augumented the a modern, fireproof theater. .
I BY LOCAL PUPILS I Barker shop, Immediately south of i photographer fighting force. The last big fire In Homesteadwas I
the entranceWater The fire, origin of which has The wind was blowing last May when the Homestead (
)I damage to merchandise j I not been determined, was discovered I{ from the west and when the th
; Steam Laundry wa destroyed vv i ia
Pupils of the Neva King Cooper In the Lou Dress Shop, next door I I at (:30 o'clock, half an hour I was at its height burning I lots of J10.000 !
School will present Dawn Boy, an I to the barber shop, wan estimated before the theater was to have and sparks were blown on
Indian operetta, In the school audi- at between (800 and $1,000 by I been thrown open to the public Krome avenue buildings and I
torium at 2 o'clock Wednesday the proprietor, Mrs M. D. Jacob- I II.. for its night show The blaze, It is casionally were carried a II WHO WOULD
! afternoon and again at 8 o'clock sen Water also caused consider believed, started In the rafters of several blocks the'I I it I Ii
Wednesday night. The matinee able damage to stock In Burton's over the north end of the stage The roof of the Home build Believe ?
will be for school children and the 1 Department Store. The plant of 'I' Mr. English said he was in his was Ignited three times by _
night performance for adults the Redland-Distrlct News suffer apartment listening to the radio and the blazes were I To prevent holdup, a rs.hlm
The operetta will finish the I ed a negligible fire damage and no 'I when he smelted smoke He ran to by firemen before any chair li now made with a safely :
pupils' unit of work in Indian life water damage and Its operationwas the theater and discovered the damage resulted Sparks also box located under the seat. '
The play was written by Cecily not impaired I fire and Mr. Ga'limore attemptIng tled on the Free building on To prevent poor reception let ,
Allen and the music by Oscar Chief Deputy suffered the fracture to extinguish it. He said he ler avenue and ignited the US check your radio. Never hive :
Rasbach. of four ribs, back injuries anda ordered his employee from the Scores volunteer workers piograms "bean more intcretinw or \ !
The story centers around an I bruised leg when he fell 14 tees building and then turned in the rled merchandise from stores n, widely \,irltd There is NO! n'.i-" I
Indian village, the natives of which from a ladder. O E. Gallimore. an alarm. the tin Fl".1 turn thiivii \\ iii to tolerate poor leeeptmne
are suffering as the result of alongcontinued active ind c'iri sect off sou,il .
fear I I employee of the theater receded The flames had gained '-0- td; ser ire All makes PRO IPTI VI.
drought They burns on his hands and fa:I wlllc able headway b) the time th first dred dollar! nrth ,if articles 1 ('. DODD RADIO SUES &
that the rain god (Dowell Alex- I attempting to beat out the flames stream of water was broufit nu. looting abated after police MKUCL:
he sends no rain. The efforts of within the building soon after they play Shortly after local firemen lished a fire /one md kept ?01 N. Krome ,%ve.. Homestead
See-All the medicine man (Sam-
my Harris) to bring rain are unsuccessful -
Storm Dancer (Ruth \ '1Ii{
Rutland) urges that one of them I <
go to intercede with the rain god 1\
Dawn Boy, a young brave (Roland
Harris) volunteers to go See-All i IUICK WILL IUIU, THEM
follows him. "
Dawn Boy is gone a long time
and the tribe fears that he has
perished, but Silver Dew (Mildred I
Perryman) Is sure that he will return -
Silver Dew is comforted by
her maidens Latrell Waters
Frances Foster and Mary Frances
Morton). Dawn Boy returns after
lie has fulfilled the rain gods requirements
and the rain comes :
The fifth and sixth grades of
the school make up the chorus
The rainbow dances will be done I ''ii gstsfN,1!
by Connie Campbell, Margaret
Barnes, Barbara Home. Betty fgl. 1
Simmons, Joy Peters, Paulo Kemp,
and Gypsy Howard. The wind I
spirits will be Wanda Smith Elene I
Strickland, Betty Jo Delta Anne I
Horne, Dolores Kavrtey, Geraldine I
Shepherd, Joan Stuart and Betty

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in my own business which would die Baton
warrant my fellDw fog enough. confidence in my
Above is the Bulck SPECIAL
ability and Industry to give meI
trial as their representative on
the county commission" 4-door IflUnnz.seJan 'DO

*. Mr. Bird said that if elected
county commissioner' ; he proposesto
establish an office in Home- yet saw a band come Maybe sometime you'll get the five this Buick you take over a

stead which will be open at regular and- YOU the street without tome loot front seat room and Foamtex car others will be trying to
hours oft certain dayi
eights of the week so that the one out in front setting the tempo, cushions of the SUPER-maybe you'll equal for years to come.

Citizens easy of and the close district contact can keepin with while someone back in the crowd get direction signals with automatic So drop In on your Buick dealer.

their commissioner and make obediently thumped in time. cut-off as standard equipment-but Drop in to talk facts and figures, or
known their wishes with respectto those things and lot
you can get a drop in to see what next year's cars
administration. of the countY'1"ffaira. So you'll get what we mean when besides on Buick this year. will try to look like.

"I mean to pursue a policy of we ask, right out, why drive a car
fairness to all regardless of the that' along just for the march-when Maybe someday you'll get a car as But drop /..Soon t
section of the district in which long as Buick for the money,or with
pilot Buick and show the
can a
they reside," said he. "In the mat- you a frame as heavy without payingmore
ter of distributing county work others the way?
I intend to maintain a roster or ; maybe sometime 'l/tl'fJaFJillt/tIi,4.

which every applicant for wort Maybe someday the others will have there'll be another eight as I 1Prieee B.Ia a' 'if d Stirs baled en
will be registered and called on TrallJ
like velvet because they're big and roomy and powerful local
according to qualifications and alphabetical engines stair and
order. electrically : /' assembly that's priced like a six. : 5 rail" ti.,1
Iii ), 'pIQalpMtnf
commissioner (if '"1
"My Job as county taxes
will not be a side Issue, but will but Buick has them note But why take a chance on l and accts"89

be the object of my assiduous efforts those maybes when this Prie" Sm let
In the Interest of our district Maybe tomorrow thewill have gorBasttsee5C oPe ri-IItr" .
honey's here, ready for you ,, """"'
I will be thoroughly cognizant coil springs all around that never -Sedan prteee II ,4/ltl udihe'
of my responsibility to the to take over right now? .tarla' .It SS-
working man, to the business man need greasing-but Buick has them

and to the tax payer." today. Fact is, when you step into
In the forefront of practically
every civic and humanitarian
movement In. the southern end of
Dade. County, Mf Bird la chair-
man of the South Dade Red Cross
disaster relief committee, chair-
man of the county board of direc-
tors of the Farm Security Admin-
istration and chairman of the local
board of directors of the Disaster
Loan Corporation. A World War
Veteran, he Is a member of the ,
American Legion, Is treasurer of
the Homestead Masonic lodge, a
member of the 1. O O. F. and a Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
member,of the Homestead Methodist -

Church_ -- I I S. KROME AVE. Opposite Tag: Agency HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. Phone 18

Saint Peter-How did You getup

here I I
Newly Arrived Spirit--Flu/-

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Patre Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, March 15 I .


...u... FrU*.. .! B. MIM<. FU.
kr the death DU Flbllihliii t apasr. i 120 Years '
....... sa -... ot_ ...11 Mattel Ago':
., '
Muck II. Kit. llM post Wfln' l
R........ rlwlda, ..... tho Ml .l |I ISlwHl .j' ,
S, in*.

KN' ASCBKS President. ... Hllw ..
| 'J''' kUsa afro an 6400 _
bases .... falls .r the II......... ;
AajOniB. LEACH ARCHER :11'a' r.rw.eaa.a.d U. sate
......_.......StmUrr and T........' ....IN... 0.a-wi.. '7. siwtda Son..ita a".d w goes, IF
sass aw'March -

svmncRiPTioN xarrs .w ,. 11, ISM."Tomatoes .
a. bods, Connor __ 02-00 e '
OM.M..1 C..1. _0.51 are rolling
The Homeatead Growers'
Association shipped 23 cars last{

Favorite Book Lists week and will near the 30 mark,
this week. The quality of the fruit'

What are the "ten best" fiction has improved being the best that!

mid nonfiction books of 1939 It has been brought in for a month.
m Impossible to announce a list of /;'. The frozen fruit is gradually being .

"ton best books" of any year lays or culled out ," j

William Lyon Phelps, author and : -"Dr. J. A. Smith returned Saturday

long-time professor of literature from his former horn in
nt Yale University "But" he says I the northern part of the state. He

"It in not difficult to make a brief me ; was accompanied by his wife and

<'nl.,ilogue of favorite He present son, and her sister, Miss Harvey,
hi. selections in the current Mae Palmer, who will remain her
'issue of the Rotarian Magazine in 'I until June." '
which he conducts a regular book- '
-"The $15,000 bonds for the
review section I! electric light plant, voted on September .
Here are his 1939 "most enjoyed I
I DEADLY 23, were validated by Judge
selections: I : H. Pierre Branning, judge of the

Fiction:""The Patriot" by Pearl ENEMYOF I circuit court, on March 5th .*.

Buck "Tale. Before Midnight', by OYSTMS I -"The sad death of Mrs. Walter ,l

Stephen Vincent Benet, "Rogue : i E Jenness, aged 37, occurred at her
Mile" by Geoffrey Household. AND CLAM i
l home at Silver Palm on Saturday
"Poi.tralk": Jennie" by Robert Ns- I morning last. Her death was
than by Zone Gale"Unile I caused by influenza followed by

Fred In the Springtime {complications ."
by P. G. Wodehouse, "Ordeal1 by
t I
/ k41 -"The election Monday .
on rein
Ncvil Shute, "Eacape" by Ethel I
Van, "Demon Daughter' byIInn..re r '-. :, s |suited a partial tie. Five councilmanic t
.. candidates on the Citi
I Morrow and "SulOOedTimlJfor" .. I
..... ,.-'- i zens' ticket were elected, the nextI
by Dorothy Canfield, t1Re- : mE OLD '. ', ??; ,," 1s.+ i ..zJAr I four nominees being tied. E. J.

Nonfiction: "Abraham Lincoln ... !? ?!-i + l Rhodes was elected mayor; Fred
The War Years" by Carl Sandburg, ... / "DQ JG .. ('Robertson, clerk, and Leonard .
"Country Lawyer" by Bellamy ;fi.- :: ,,, ... \J/-t'IH= .. ':'tl:; '-,: :(Chapman marshal (Florida '
Partridge, Where the RivenMeet' I I '':' IN ST. AUGUSTINE '. ._"',... :_, "'._. ....f City.) 1

by Ward Dorrance, 'A Peculiar ; AS /T Af P AB.DONE : ; ::. : I
I : '' '- .- : 'r'r1' -"Rev. C G. Nelson, formerly j
Treasure" Edna ;;:; :: .
by Ferber,
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Thoreau" by Henry Seidel: Can- '::i"f' IN 1887 __.. .. .. .. I pastor of the community church jj
I I but now at Fort Lauderdale, has '
by "The Letters of Ralph Waldo
:"wr on" edited by Ralph L. Rusk ,I olme most picturesque buildings in THE CROWN MELONGENA which Inhabits resigned his pastorate there and i
will back his old home
"The Hudson" by Carl Carmer. St Aut-ustfne is the OM> CATHEDKAL, the waters of Florida and the West I go to In Nj
Indiana to care for his father who '
"The Changing West" by William built by the Spaniards"' ui' the early 1790's. Indies, delight in feeding on oysters. is in poor health :' (
Allen White, and "Jane Welsh Carlyle" For Almost a century 'it stood AS a monu- Often more than a dozen of these mollusks City.) Florida
) by Townsend Scudder. : ment to. the Catholic faith in America's surround one unfortunate La'she. I
-"The Dade County track and J
Autobiography! : "A Goodly Fel- oldest ftf' until, in 1887, it was ruined by When the shell opens nil thrust in their I field meet held Friday in Royal '

lowihlp" by Mary Ellen: Chaw, I fir. Only the stout walls, of coquina, Bnotils. The victim quickly clasps them Palm park, Miami proved to be

"I Wanted l to Be an Actress" by I and facile with its four bells on top remtioeaJft&iidictf. tight but it must relax its hold often. an unusually interesting affair ,

Katharine Cornell, "Stml-Cenlen- With funds supplied Each time it yields the cruel snouts force The points won by each were: ..

ni.iT by Leonard Bacon, "Autobioicrauhy" .II by Henry $L Flagter and others, it was their way farther in. When the muscleis Class A for boys: Claude Campbell j

"Across the by A. A. VUut." Mad rebuilt that same year. with additions and finally reached the rasping tongues fourth, running broad jump; Harley -
ol.n Murray Butler."I by Nich- tower as they appear today.mVYYY.mmTYYYYYm. quickly disable it and the victory is won. Burton, Redland, fourth, fifty
I yard dasb; Redland, second tuen- '

book could which close I no discussion of I ---'1" -,.,.-.,-..." .......-........,.,."" 'ty-yard relays Class B for boys: ,
enjoyed homes childhood
moct in spent happy
r I Harold Graves, first, blah Jump;
1938 without including two more CURRENTCOMMENT hours. This woman was born in I F. Wever, Redland, third; Harold
outstanding works of the yeaiDi '." Luxemburg and speaks In termsof 1I Children in CourtBy Craves third seventy-five yard
', I'helps dvcl.ire They are "A endearment of the peaceful I
I Judc Hatflcld dash; forty yard relay, Redland,
Treasury of Art Masterpieces I happy We in the oM days before ::: : second In the Class C for girls,

edited by Thomas Craven and By AGNEW "' LSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA it became war-torn It was In this .. ..? Rosebud Umphrey won the running
"The Life of Greece" by Will city that my son was long binned high jump and Loretta Horn
,aa an officer engaged.In. vaeuat1ling I the 75-yard: dash. Homestead came
r.dfNuI Mr. W.MitnmimtnUi __ our men and equipment after I PRAYER in third In the 220-yard relay."
an his, "('..mmPhI.." whrthvrIhflP close of the World War. I
h. In wmimiit at M nrlMMrilloni 'the I|, A farmer brought his young son
I March 18
Enjoy Your Work w" alb astu..n-. Address ensm.nt. I I IOnteln Into court because he had myster-i 182*.
to AIIWW Wrlih. Ml )(. lt.
1 "Eunice Lola and Ethel Nixon
While written primarily for farmboys Mi M. MkHil Fit. a while you hear a lously acquired a pony and refused
the following advice Is worth Forty yowl about the "poctr, dowa-4rod-:;to tell hw parents where It had I are once again able to be "about
year ago Coburn'i min. after a quarrel with the flu.
the attention den :come from. The boy had
of boys In town and atrela working man. Did you ever i always
city ,iHo-not touring the country :wanted a horse of his own and -"W. B. Strickland returnedthis
to mention the girls playing the pass, by tram or otherwise, one of was
larger towns / A
We quota from the current Issue burn. Co- those big American manufacturing j,now ready to face any odds to week from the northern part
of The Progressive Farmer: I' a native ct Elgin, Ul, was plants and did you observe keep this animal.It of the state, where he was called
. owner and followed the show "
by the illness of his mother.
"The first thing is to reaped|| business for 40 yews but is now the acre of shiny cars parked I I developed that a small band
your Job J .. the tain. It may be I('living at Daytoaa Beach, FlorUn. there by the workers within the. of gypsies in horse drawn, carts "L. L. Moser, manager of tht
ju* a little farm and at time It walls? Do you reaJue that in no had passed the farm. After tie Dade County Telephone Co., assisted
may get pretty moaotoooiu. But other country In the world uM 'caravan had dmppwed. a pony by J. R. Doruey is workIng -
It's important that you da the job Hitler said his term of peace such a Mem be witnessed* Thai'had ram trailing along with I s on the repairing of the com

wrtt Little jobs, done well, pen would be a demand that England does not look very much "down- broken halter The appearance tf pany's lines ."

up into bigger opportusuties sur- give up central of the sea meanIng Uo4den. doe it? the pony aeenwd t>)m st like a "Frankit Hobson Is employed

priauwly Wten. Jesus one told a loosening its hold ell the miracle, but the boy hesitated to as stenographer at the Coe-MorU-

parable about It. The fellow who Straits of GJ.bralter aad the Suez At iU last fiatutiMl convention: alch-the animal, Uc began to met office." :
had done little cuaX There would have rat been reason however, that ..
a job well beard the American Legion asked since his "Nina Button motored through
ogstw *-,
omeWdy Away,; 'Thou hast !>been thus second war 'U they had KaUened lo cmprM JmmlgraUOB for parents had told him that 'pall. from Deland last week arriving

faithful over a few thing I wit+ to grim .M Central Pershing a stated time, stating that in the I always Stole Everything they had on Friday.
; miuV the ruler over many things.' H he the clot of the other one when Pt seven years sae had admit the child thought that if thin were "Eason Z. Thompson has purchased *

Thai wasn't just a parable either. suggested unconditional surrender ted 457,879 foreigners to our true, he was justified in takiag. a lot in Royal Palm addition
.: Everybody who holds a big job, rather than a negotiated while the several million the pony. from I. B. Motfett"
I hud a little. Mkt fin. a4 tMTSWd else mink pxmtt d e."I I we ameowlsyed bad .ho""l The latter: s..dtly sv kit arar"Mrs. W. O. Bryant accompanied

It to tf taeL (e ahead with. Its. war. attitude. I dram son a.+raSe of ..Z43.= si melting such accuaaSMwfypsMS against by her mother. Mrs. SalhsHobbs.

"Hold your ahouUers ku>. said one tf ML0UXM4 .** the fin* eta (or: at strodHMsl ?lain _. left Monday for Biakely,
keep yaw talus tap. toa Personal rslatieK be mot lit his can aasndbsi .f fast peer' Asoertcan ...... Im tile by. Tk gypsies In G.a. having received word vt the

appears is act Jut 0 saalter of Henry Fwd Mid to vial to.. to Kv Federation: of Labor (vguKea were uesttosi wet located i* a mtmrkj serious illness of her brother

having tl see toot *". .h.... Your Dearborn plant That m has exactly themes quoted. silage and the by M. given' "LitUe Eauaa: Cahoon enter'

possum the lilt .f r Mr chin eyes 4.711 parts- Seeking to m.ney to pucbast Ute pay from tained a few friends oo Tuesday
verify the tbcsa with the 18th la honor of her 6th birth
that look: .toteresto4 In people sad taAeussK. the rtwtor la sswientaadtac that
In fanning, the way you walk asked She emetics .f cot W the lee there a remote regvan of New Me:- bt would repay Us father by work day. Games were played and last
abeut. ygtrrernl ttfomfonftOf'anrombin. engineers cod was told be dulat has long existed among oa the (arm. but not least, lee cream cake and
to show the public know; he put In all that was necessary the natives a cult known as the candy were served. Emma guests
Pcniteotos 1m.
whether' you take pride In to make It run and 'why the Spanish name .for were Marie Campbell Ray Woodbury -
and your tll'"". It makes yourself agreat I bother about a lot ct useless inf -i penitents. It Is a strange mixtureof with heavy leaves of the Myrtle and Catherine Murphy -
denl of difference' tomi f formation" Our guesses would] religion, dramatics and .upestitlnn -- 'i\spiny yucca during the long precession Mildred Eva and Julia Sullivan

i too. No matter what jour ',11 rn- probably) have been about two or and during Holy Week a reenactment to the scene blood flowing and Dolly Wallnm.'
three hundred wouldn't they" I of the Crucifixion tikes from their wound the whik I[ '. thtupn --Miss Annqbelle: Loihrle! en-
Ing job is don't look as thong'' ,
I[ !place While death Is not i part ''me penitent 'f t PIMJ-I I : n" it tort,lined: nt dinner on Thursday
you feel apologetic' about it Look |lof the coiomony it friqutnth D- t"",t 1 m. /.;ht Ol tl.' I II' \ 1, to"> I i. ino CvtnuiK; ]M I"- Nmc and Mi Tiro
in though you are siymg to youi- Vi ii "m1 I \i- 'u if 11,0'0, kindhearted i\ cirdue to exhaustion from thelflagellations -? he bur ,
> Ob nu'J' o' "d tu R. F L S ,mod Mi CK "tin
wlf "Farming I. my w rk. 160 splendid German mothers, I the participants aft. sometimes ,
permitted thoncli.! t' nt the Fli, 1/1:1 ell\ -l'i iii i It well" such as mere the two Jt whose d. rt.o. as they flay their bare 1111 .tcd nor dc,I rcd Ida Coy t '

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Friday, March 15 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five_ i:

I I High Pressure Methods orchestras) from all parts of the Pollard, assistant principal -of '
MIAMI 1 PASTORS Scorned by Whitehair BAPTIST REVIVAL state, grouped in the huge University Hillsborougb High School, Is ex- I'
of Tampa stadium, Phillips pectmillas& )'IU'. record entry of
TO PREACH ATLOCALJHURCII I SERVICES START I Field, according to an announcement 67 schools and 2,214 contestant
Tampa, March 14 (FNS- by John G, Pollard who his to be shattered at the coming fes .
Speaking before the state sheriffs managed the festival since 1926. tival.PRESTON I
convention her last Week, FrancisP. SUNDAY MORNING
I Whitehair, candidate for governor .---- f
I assured law enforcement officers -
Pastors of Miami churches will that if he becomes chief executive The first of a series of revival
be speakers at pre-Easter servIces of the state, he will not meetings at the First Baptist B. BIRDCANDIDATE
at the Homestead Presbyterian attempt to assume the role of Church, to be conducted by the j.
Church which will be held five "sheriff-ln-chief," as it would take pastor, the Rev. J. E. Johnstone,
nights starting Monday, It was announced ;all of his time to properly attend will start at 11 o'clock Sunday
by the Rev.Geo. H. Ricks, I to the duties of his office. morning. The meetings will continue FOR i I II
pastor of the local church. I One of the weaknesses of law nightly through Saturday. I
The speakers and their subjects Dr. Johnstone's subjects will be:
enforcement in the state, he declared r7m :
will be as follows: Monday night, has been the policy laid Sunday morning "Our Need'; COUNTYC01IMIISSIONER
the Rev Robert L. Torrence, pas down by the governors and cabinet Sunday night, "The Woman Who
tor of Miami Springs Presbyterian I officials. Looked Back";; Monday night,
Church, "The Supremacy of Chris- "Providing for His Mother";; Tuesday -
He said he would have no interest -
tian Love"; Tuesday night/ theRev. I night, "Gamblers at the JTll DISTRICT
In the political welfare of
Cross" night, "Three
W Knight Thompson, pastor I ; Wednesday
of the Northeast Presbyterian i any group In any county and Hours' Darkness"; Thursday night. DADE COUNTY :
Church, "Come and See"; Wed- would not "high pressure" the "Rending of the Veil"; Friday
nesday night, the Rev. William sheriffs but rather would unite night "The Watchers' ; and Saturday -
Cooper Cumming, "The Lost with them to give enforcement.Florida the night_ "Prayer of the Thief." Subject to Democratic Primary,
of law
Christ"; Thursday night, the Rev: I !May 7', 1940
J. C. Pelgrim, pastor of St. John's School Musicians Set I
Presbyterian Church, "Profit and NOTICE For 13th Annual Fete
Loss"; and Friday night, the Rev.
The local board of trustees of
Daniel Iverson, pastor of the Shen- Redland Farm Life School meetson I Tampa, March 14 (FNS)-The YOUR VOTE AND) SUIPOUT11.14 UK
andoah Presbyterian/ Church, "The the second Monday of each 13th Annual Florida Music Festival GREATLY APPRECIATED
Way of Life." I month at the school. | scheduled here for April 11I .
Special music for each service! DILL BASHOR 12 and 13, will feature of mussed I would like the opportunity to serve my
will be provided by Dr Carl Robinson
Chairman. concert of high school hinds and district l. for I believe I would make a good,
organist, Fiflcld
and George M :k.WOnMw I.!.."'......."...".."........'......'.."................."..'...".''''''.'''.'''''.".."., ."..,,,.,,..,,"''',,..,'''',,..,,.........,'.., hard working county commissioner. If I
day and Thursday nights Dr. Rob- do not meet jour expectations) remember,
inson will give recitals Mrs T L.' you can fire mo two years from now.

day special Hodges and md vocal Friday Mrs selections nights.Fifield on will Mon give' J. D., (Jim) REDD "..\lIJ tiling, )Done) Is Good or Had Only IlyComparison"

The service Easter morning will (Paid Political Advertiscment)
be conducted by Mr Ricks
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services, starting at 81
o'clock will be held during Holy I as '
Week with the exception of FrIday I 4'f
, and Saturday, at St John's j Pt.6 0 } e
Episcopal Church, it was announced -
ford, rector.by the Rev. R. F. Black- COUNTYC03131ISSIONEIZ J --Ei S I 1/HllfeSv*

Sermon topics for Monday, Tuesday ,
Wednesday and Thursday
nights, respectively, will be: "The Just HOMEA
Man with the Anesthetic" "The District No 5 you
Man with the Sponge" "The Man
with the Spear," and "Do This in FRESH START
Remembrance of Me." '
Friday a three-hour service will
start at noon. This will consistof YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
eight different divisions, each
having hymns prayers and a ser- APPRECIATED You'd be surprised how little it takes to I
mon on the words of Christ on the,i (Paid Political Advertisement)

cross. ,L......,.......".."'''.'..'''''''..., ".,.......""..".".".."""""."..".",....""........""""".....".................n,..".... ghe a home a fresh start!
Mr Blackford requested that: .1//
persons obliged to come In late or
leave before the end of the services -i
do so during the singing of, Often just:! a bit of redecorating does
the hymns. '
I Redland Brand t the trick-some painting-doing over
We wish to express our deep
shabby floors or lining warped
appreciation for the kindness I up ,
shown during the Illness and deathof
our daughter and sister. Fertilizersare doors, help, too. And "building in" a
FREEMAN AND FAMILY. I kitchen cabinets or an extra utility

vvvvvvvvvvvvvv..................... manufactured in Homesteadby
closet means a lot to the homemaker.

EXPERTBARBERING a locally owned :i iI
You'd be surprised, too, at the amountof

Mixtures are carried :I:1 redecorating and repairs that a small

I monthly sum can pay for on the FilA
HAIRCUT _. 40c on hand for every :{:1 (

SHAMPOO __ 40c Plan.
need. !
1 For information, phone 62.

BUSH'SBARBER Your patronage is !


always 1 appreciated. ,X: BROOKER

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Pate Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 15, 1940

I Cajeput. Tree Fireproof Water Absorbing, Aids DrainageBy


DR. JOHN:\! GIFFORDIn abundance of seed ;The flowers I ," i i small seed in hard woody capsules south O d j,1IIk is now being Introduced I III fragrant odor because of the oil
American Forests 1 stated then, "are times covered about the size of small peas Because 1 In h S where It which they contain, similar to.the
with honey bees. It is. therefore, i j I of the thickness of its corky will find a congenial home around eucalyptus and camphor
"The Cajeput is full of promise probably a great honcy-ylelder" bark, it is not .destroyed by fire. II brackish lakes or in deposits of Cajeput oil la distilled from the
for the low moist regions of the This same tree was introduced a I i It is a natural swamp tree in both muck. leaves It 1 I. a slight irritant ex.
southermoht part of Florida Like, few years later on the west coastof i fresh and brackish water It withstands These trees will aid in the pro- ternally, but less so than turpen.
the Australian pine, it withstand, Florida by A. 11 Andrews, of I I strong winds. From a silivi- cess of drainage and thus reduce tine It gives a sense of warmth
saltwater overflow Its growth Estero Since that time it has cultural standpoint It has few if mosquitoes In places where other I Internally with accelerated pub.
along the shore of Biscayne Buy. naturally spread and should now any, equals in the plant world. trees will not thrive It is refer It li used In flatulent colic, dropsy,
at Miami, hat been no rapid that be classed as a naturalized I species I I At first experienced some difficulty red to in some Australian accounts I hysteria, cutaneous disorders and
its adaptability cannot be questioned In fact It has become one of the i I trying to germinate the little as the antimalarial tree. If there' toothache. .
." molt popular I trees for shade and 'I' seeds in soil in the usual way. Is no malaria where it grows in its I' No one can predict what will
This first mention of the Cijc- ornamentation at Miami Beach I Little did I suspect then that all native land there are probably no happen If he drops a seed from I
put, Melaleucs Icucadendron, as The leaves of the Cajeput yielda I I I needed to do was to scatter them mosquitoes If it repels mosquitoesby foreign land In a new environment
growing In America was made by valuable oil. The wood is heavy, over the water and mud of the its odor or by drainage of the It it happens to be a weed he may
this writer in 1910! In an articlewritten hard, durable and light brown in,i swamps Nature does the rest. Nor soil it would pay to plant it every- regret it, but If it is an ornamentaland
for American Forestry color The profuse masses of whiteflowers i did I suspect that in time it would where for that purpose alone. useful tree he has done well
the forerunner of American For1esta I' ; yield an abundance of I actually spread into the wild The word "Cajeput" comes froma for himself and posterity, especial.
I had received seeds of the honey. The bark is thick punky ,I cypress swamps and hold its own Malay word meaning "white ly if, as In this case, It meets with
Cajeput in a letter from Sydney ''and excellent for insulation purposes ,! against native trees Little did I tree," for its bark is usually very' popular approval In a few years,
Australia in 1906, had planted What recommends it to I realize!: that when 1 planted theI white and papery something like if fire does not completely destroythe
them and four years later when many is the beauty of its straight I first trees at Davie, not far from the northern birch. The long I soil of the Everglades, the
I wrote the article. they were 'white stems and delicate foliage | Fort Lauderdale, that this treei withes of this tree somewhat Cajeput may become a normal and
from 12 to 18 feet in height and It grows with great rapidity and i i would in time naturally spread similar to the olive, are excellentfor I welcome part of our new southern
blooming profusely. Melding, an produces while very young, very throughout the swamplands of gai'lands. The leaves have a landscApe..

I Horticulture Society to Talk Firing to Combat Cold

A e is .. .. .. .. .. .. .. e e r e

The cffett of cold 'vi',,I'hir on havior of old and new varieties of Gainesville is its president. Besides I Recent developments I in .01 i l 11 other related fields.
citrus, avocado and thti fruit of avocados and suggestions lor a program of talks and discussions studies and m pest control will be Growers of citrus and other
improving quilitv of fruit and re- it will stage its annual brought out by research workers /fruits vegetables, ornamentals and
and ornamentals and mi'ihnd of
turns derived from ,it I rose show. I The Florida Soil Science Society roses from all sections of the state
treating 'uld.dlmAgo'd plants and The Krome Momoral Institutean I Sessions ot the vegetable section i jnf which Dr. R. V. Allison of i iI ; are invited to attend the sessions.
trees will be the majni topic of integral part of the horticultural ,lot the horticultural society which I Gainesville .in president, will, hold
discussion at the :53rd! annual meeting society, was named in honorof was organized at the 1939 meeting, I a special meeting on the afternoon I|
of the Florida State Horticultural the late William J. Krome, noted I will be devoted to study and con- of April 2, before the horticultural i Homestead's Oldest
Society which will convene -nKmeer. who after his completionof sideration of water control, celery society convenes.Speakers Barber Shop
April 2 and continue through April the Oversea railroad to Key .production costs, new varieties iceberg at the meetings of the !
4 at Tampa. Special emphasis will West, became a permanent resident lettuce, vegetable fertilization societies will include outstanding i
t* placed on firing methods for ., of Homestand and an extensive problems and other matters pertaining workers in horticulture, ilorlcul- D. L. BOWENHAIRCUT
combating low temperatuies grower ol avocados, mangoes I( to truck farming lure, soil science entomology and I II
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In conjunction with the meeting citrus a,d tyhvr subtropical fruit. I _- I
sessions of the Krome Memorial For many years he was an officer I I fOe
Institute. and of the Florida uf the horllitrltural society and was! Green Lantern Restaurant { SHAMPOO: too
Rose Society will be held Tropicaland active I In Jts work. MASSAGE 400
sub-tropical fruits, exclusive The 'nUerttig of the roiej fcoclety COOL AND SANITARY '
Hotel Rcdland
of citrus, will be discussed Special will be the 15th since theofganizution I ; Expert and ranteoiu service.A .
attention will be paid to be- '' waii 'formed. G. H. BiiMunonfith Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor trial will be appreciated.
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assistant editor of the Miami
LOCAL TEACHERS Herald'MrPa talk before a joint I

I meeting) oljlte Homestead Rotary
PROGRAM OF Club and the Redland DistrictLions
Clu"IWednesday) ( night at

F. E. A. MEETING I I Legion Sixty hall.Lions and 32 Rotarians I

I attended the meeting at which the
Rotarians were hosts President I
c. H. dice, supervisor of manual I John S. Peters of the Lions and
training i Homestead ,and President Charles H. Steffanl) of I
Redlund, Is to be one of the speakers the Rotarians presided jointly.
at the fifty-fourth annual Rotarian Roy Chandler was chair I .
meeting of the Florida Education man of the program committee. : .
Association in Orlando, March 28 I True democracy has existed a I
29 and 30. Mr Rice will speak on | comparatively short time, Mr
"Faults of the General Shop" in I Griffith said Other countries may
the Industrial arts group meeting claim they have democratic formsof I

Miss Elizabeth Bow, Mr. Rice government, but these are only
And R. W. Macey, Jr. have been I'the essence of democracy, he
chosen to serve as official delegates (pointed out. "Our system was : WHAT DO YOU MEAN"MODERN"1-
from the Homestead schools {I written in the blood of our fathers
Miss Lois Behrens and Ceo N. 'and we must forever resolve I to
Wsk .field are sltemates/ Other save it, be tolerant toward It and "i.
Homestead teachers may attend. I(I be firm with it," he said !
Miss Myrtle Kerfoot. Miss Ruth I Charles Ferlito of Florida! City
Murray, Miss Julia Sullivan and C :gave, several yodllng solos
L. Ooley will represent the Red- i 1---
land school Principal Carl Wagner ,1I
| Little Boy-Mother do cows and
also, plans to attend bees go to heaven !
Supt Jas T. Wilson of Miami, | Mother Why, child what a''
president) of the association, will l strange question Why' i
preside) at a three-day program'i Little Boy Because, if they i iI
devoted to the theme "Educating I don't the milk and honey the WHY all-electrlc kitchen Call
is an nr HflM tiiiyA -
for Our Democratic Way of Life. preacher said was there must
Among the speakers will be Louis I up "m"modern" ..... ........ kt.. ......
be all canned goods and I've had
Fischer, European news correspondent I|enough of such things.Ex.GLASSES I Because an all-eleetrle kitchen a i.tee..a fees NmliiM SurrtotWt I; ;

and journalist, who will I ( with electric cookery; re will Mpflf' r.. sits s A-ci,
of Equipped
uncensored account
give an
and automatic electric Mt ikii| Ww .. Warsaw yew
what Is going on In Europe, and ia the ultimate in .wi kitelw Iw Mrtvriiifjvt __w-..' ....
Stuart Chase, Americas foremost water heating)
economist, who will speak on convenience and Mfety. km> H ligkl,ctlJiliM It betunctunun eras spat.j .
America' opportunity -To Open i tea foi_
j i Because it save time and work to
r Your easier to keep clean b dependable.
Eyes I
LIVE DEMOCRACY ... : Because it simplifies household :
management!,and cuts coots-thank les bsw-stttaf tppflaNMit T
to tepdown" rates. \ you stKtrls fetter's".

IN CLUB TALK I step .....,... el.50 yea eyes. f.\
Dm* .. KNOW A* eseaieetise
1; I .4 Hi why ".Uyl.

The American svstem of Democracy | Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. ROY CHANDLER, :Mfr.FlerUa .
is superlative to that ofj I
L. W. Stebbins City. FU.I .
other countries but if wt would get I
the greatest benefits out of It we i im W. Flutter St. MUml i
must believe In It to the fullest Phone J-J31S
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HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS I her to be unable to talk alx >' a t

[' In and Around !1 ...-........,--.,-......-"......."...."'..--. whisper.Mrs Edwnrd room Is enjoyng, \i I

Speech New cation Around the World" in whichthe its weekly new I students learned of educational II Reader, very much. i
Acton for the Senior play.
HomesteadMrs. i(:"Spring Fever which is to be systems In the leading nations of Mrs Bird's room has been making I I
iI held April 5 have been chosen. the world. Maps were drawn and i I kiU-s. Thursday the .I\-:::: i
I i, They are: Elwin 'Cooper Jimmy stories written in connection with to go outside and fly them i
Schallern Howard West, Mary the work. This unit was displayed prizes are to be given one for :
-- Grace English, Birdie Home, Nina at the fruit festival and won a prettiest kite and one for the x> '
Nellie B. Bridget of Blake- Mr and Mrs E. R Zalesky of i: Dyal. Louise" Barnes Herbert ribbon of honor. Material for special that will fly the best. I
ly Ga., arrived Wednesday to Miami brother and sister-In-law i|'i Booth Margaret Field. Mary study was furnished by the Mrs Dye's room is glad to h ." ,
visit her son-in-law and daughter. of Mrs Camp and Mrs. Philip I i Frances I Arthur Allen Tope and extension library of the Universityof Dan Gillis back after an ablk"lff :
Mr and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence. Ed- Harding of Miami her sister I Billy Walton. The junior play U Florida at Gainesville. of three weeks. It has a new IU up I
I; win Lawrence son of Mr. and Mr, .. .,' :" "N..I(''to i be given May 3. Physic Ed News rope for the girls, The room ,
Lawrence will arrive today from attractively decorated for Fi '" i :
the University of FLORIDA English Notes From Junior Illih Twenty gals are planning to go .
Georgia where CITY I : I with two Easter borders iron'd
I he Is a senior to spend the Easter The ninth grade hat recently up to Miami Friday I to a banketball the front and side of the room
r By Mrs. W. W. Severy completed unit of work In "Edu- play day to be held at the I
with his a
holidays parents. "' "......"....",........"...........""."....."..".."...."'." Miami Edison gymnasium. A and Mrs. Cooper's pupils .tire tin,,''yIng -
, I I the people of Holland T xy ;
t Mr. and Mrs J. E. Davis Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Vann of B teams will draw for opponentswith have been making some of ''-'
other Dade County .
I .. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis V. C. Mrs Boyd Cohernour Mrs. Burley South Miami visited relatives here 'ChOOls'l numerous Dutch flowers s." ,
The play day is In the
>> Squier and E. A. Ames spent Wed- Dendy and Jack Freeman returned I Sunday.L. are jonquils, crocus, hyacinths ,""d
a round robin-not a touin.imont
Sunday from
nesday deep-sea fishing. Mr. evening Caldwell tulips
I and Lewlsburg, W. Va., It is expected that the occasion :
Squier who had been where they
visiting Mr. I
O Cloninger made business will be
went to a greatly beneficial to all
attend the funeral of Mrs
and Mrs. Sam J. Davis for
f sev- trip to leveral point In Georgialast the participants.
Myrtle ,
daughter of Mr.
eral weeks left yesterday for the
"i ... west coast prior to returning totils and Mrs Freeman who died onFeb. I week. : Intramural basketball for mils ;1 Dr. R. J. Elliott
home in 21. will begin next week Each junior
Battle Creek Mich.
I Mrs A. B. it
Carpenter reported
4 i high school and senior hIgh school i CHIROPRACTOR .
as slowly recovering from her ten-1
class Is expecting a tine team and
: Mrs E. J. Rhodes Is
Miss Alta Webster a sophomore reported as day Illness. keen competition is expected I Horne "..... Homestead
at Agnes Scott College in Decatur Improving from an Illness causedby
Ga., is spending the spring holidays a finger infection. Sam Tomassi and Fred DI Pietro I LllMt\T\RY SCHOOL
I' with her parents, Mr. and left Sunday for a business trip to !Mrs Jackson's room his 'him
Mrs. Julian H. Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Desmondand Boston, MansOur ; quiet this week beciu-e nf Mi- 'Want Ads Pay-TryThrn1
Mrs Minnie Lutz accompaniedMrs.
.s, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson Efflyn Carroll to Miami on i i

I had as week-end guests, j I Wednesday and were luncheon
Amos Davis and E. Rudd both of guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Der-
r Mount Pleasant, Fla. byshire.
I Sincere A WORD

. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payton left Mrs W. F. A. Robertson spent I
. Tuesday for their home in Valley Monday in Miami visiting her
Stream Long Island after spend- daughter.Mrs i Thanks '
ing"tix months In Homestead. I APPRECIATION

E. Farr Mrs. Harry Dealer
Mrs. A. D. Fogle of Naranja left and Mrs Blanche Chapman attended -1
Saturday to spend several days
the Rebekah district card
With Mr. Fogle at Birdon. Their
.. daughter Mia Marjorie Fogle evening.party at Coconut Grove Tuesday I i is extended tot h e We take this means of expressing our sincere *
pent the week-end there. Mr.
and Mrs. Ceo. Fogle of Naranja, friends who; so kindly gratitude to those true friends and
Burt Rush has accepted a position (
spent the week-end at Birdon. at Whale Harbor. I assisted in moing our neighbors, who on the night of the fire

Mrs. Walter Moody of Naranja helped' to move and afterward guarded our
stock of merchandise to ,
spent Tuesday with her son-in- Miss Mary Snow and friend of j

,s., .-. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Julius North Bradford Conn., are expected -, during stock from the depredations of \andaN.
Richardson in Miami, John Thursday for a short vaca- a place of safety
B. Graham, son of Mrs. Moody is tion visit with her father Frank, May you never hate need of our help in a
the fire last Friday
spending the week with hU broth- Snow.
like emergency, but if you do we hope toile
er-in-law and sister in Miami.
Mrs. Roy Chandler and children i night. We feel deeply in the front ranks of jour helpers and
I Mrs. Arthur Fogle of Naranja are recovering from the flu.
and truly grateful.
and daughter. Joan are spendinga I comforters.
few days with Mr. Fogle at Andy Palyo of Streator, 111, I I i
I Birdon.Mr. I who was a Florida City resident I II I
30 years ago returned last week

and Mrs. J. R. Byrum hadas after an absence of 12 years, and
guests Sunday Mr and Mrs. will visit A. Walko. Lou Dress ShopMRS. Burton's Dept. StoreJ.
Julius Abraham of Coral Cables. II
; The W. W. F. C. class of the

I. i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hickson of Community Church enjoyed a M. D. \COBsEN, Prop L. BURTON
; Naranja have as their guest Mrs. spaghetti supper Friday eveningIn
O. F. Ekey of Lake Worth. the Sunday school room.

I+ ,,
JW "IKik in.' "I "Kimitti''
Mrs J. A. Hudson Mrs. Russell
.I Horne, lieutenants of Homestead
Girl Scouts and Miss Mildred ON AND AFTER31ARCII
Small, captain of Redland Girl
I Scouts attended ,a leaden'I -_,- 18
I in, 'and farewell party for Miss I
Dempsey Creary district director 1
in the Professional building at

1:, Miami.. Tuesday-evening. 1i i Tropical Cafe I

Mrs. C. ,W. Camp is entertaining
i her niece, Mrs. Howard Bred- !
I lou of Tonawanda N Y. Sunday 1 NOTICECity
guests at the Camp home were: WILL BE LOCATED

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Kindred Lines insist that they be paid: into

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. - Social Events in South Dade . .

SATURDAY TO F. Mr. and Mn Ozra A. Hainlin of CLUB TUESDAY

-- Redland art announcing the engagement ----

Mm Vera Belle Parker of attended Homestead Business College of their daughter Miss Mrs H. K. Foulk was elected eration as the oldest pioneer mem

Could and F Emory Sharp, Jr. Until her marriage she was Margaret Almeda, to Harold Faylor president of the Woman Club of

of Kendall wen married Saturday I employed by Postal Telegraph Co.. The marriage will take placein Homestead at a meeting Tuesday I ber.A bronze plate will be put on the
at Kendall.Mr. April afternoon in the clubhouse.
original bookcase ef the
In Fort Lauderdale Judge Boyd Womatn'sClub's
Sharp Is the son of Mr. and Miss Hainlin is the granddaughter Mrs J R :Brooks was elected first library

Anderson performed the ceremony.l Mrs. F E. Sharp of Bradenton.He of the late W. B. Hainlin I first vice-president; Mrs H. Rueg, I Fifty dollars cleared on the tag
Miss Oulda Leggett of Goulds attended Castle Heights Mili- settler In second 'sale
pioneer the Redland vice-president, Miss Pearl at the Redland District Fruit
and Marcus Parker brother of the Academy He has been employed
tary -
District. She was graduated from Whitaker corresponding secretary; Festival will be set aside to begina
bride were the only attendants by American Fruit Growers Redlnnd High School and attended Mrs. R J. Elliott, recording secretary fund for a new roof for the club
The bride Is the daughter of Mr. Inc.. at Kendall, for the past sev- the University of Miami. ; Mrs P. J. Franklin treasurer building
and Mrs. M. B. Parker of Goulds eral
years Mr. Faylor a native of Ohio anda ; Mrs Paul Carson, auditor
Mrs Sharp was graduated from Mr. and Mrs. Sharp are living university graduate, is engaged and Mrs. L. L. Bow poet laureate. Mrs. John L. Scarborough and
Rcdlnnd' High School in 1937 and at Goulds.i Mrs. Jack Hammett were admitted
In The officers will be ]
potato farming at Goulds installed ata as new members Into the club.

.....".......'''.,.............h__.............'''''... dinner on Monday. March 25. The hostesses, Mrs R. R. Kinard
_ MISS ESTHER HORNE WEDS BYRON CLIFTON The Calendar Mrs. Claude Campbell, Mrs. J. D.//I Mrs. Paul Carson and Mrs. Carl

_ IN CEREMONY AT PRINCETON CHURCH .........."..."''''......''''''''...."..'''..-........-..".. B.Perkins M., Mrs Hmdmnn Jack. Hammett Mrs Henry Mrs. I Drawdy served grapefruit Juke
and cookies.
Mar. 13-Meeting o" Ad Astra
Johnson and Mrs. W. E. Rheney
'11"< Esther Horne and Byron 1 i{I Nazarene College In Nashville, Chapter O. E. S. were appointed to make arrange- I Those present were: Mrs A.
'I Gude, Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe Mrs.
Tenn. ments for the dinner
( mum, both of Princeton were Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. W. R. Anderson
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married, Wednesday evening in I Mr. Clifton was born in Barlet I meet-ing Mrs. Brooks announced that a I]I Mrs. Emmett Crowson Dr.
Tenn.. but moved to Bridgeport coffee set would be
on display at
'hi Nazarene Church of Princeton I Irene Shanklin, Mrs B. E. Gat-
(fill, in his early childhoond. He the Dixie Drug and at each of the'
B P. W. C. at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Geo
1m W. Harris, Mrs. A.
by the pastor, the Rev. E. P. was educated in the schools at
bridge parties. The set Is to begiven
,, Mar. 18 Social meeting of F. Arthur Mrs T J. Faust, Mrs.J. .
l w an. Bridgeport. Mr. Clifton has livedin
I away at the last bridge paityon I
Junior Woman A.
Club of Home- Pollard Mrs. Hmdman Mrs.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr. Princeton for the past six April 2. Mrs Harry D. Wolfe
stend ,
Franklin Mrs Ball Mrs Perkins
,nd Mrs J. E. Horne of Prlncei months and is employed at Harry'sWelding president, all '
urged members to'
Mar. 13 Garden Club Mrs
Campbell Mrs. Hammett
meeting ,
who were pioneer settlers In Shop.
with Mrs H Ruegg. 'I attend the parties. Mrs. Foulk, Mrs Johnson, Miss
file Redland District. She was Mr. and Mrs Clifton are living
i 1 ,di .ited from Redland High 1 In the Chambers apartment in! Mar. 19-Meeting of W. M S. Mrs. N. G Ball's name was II Pearl I Whitaker Mrs Kinard, Mrs.
Cirelcis.Mar.. sent to the state and county fed- Carson and Mrs. Diawdy
Sch.ol I and attended! the Trevecca' Princeton
19-Benefit bridge party

MOM: ).\Y MUSIC (,U'B C.l\'ESPKO.R HOME DEMONSTRATION: sponsored Homestead by at clubhouse.Woman's Club of UNIVERSITY CLUB HAS SOCIAL MEETINGAT

\J\ AT ('OR.\ GABLES: FMiiitiT HERE TiimsDrThe Mir 19-Ekctlo-n meeting of HOME OF MRS. JULIAN H. WEBSTER

\ !icroup of Monday Music Club local exhibit of the Homestead Woman's Club of the Redlands. --

members. presented! n pi ogram for Homo Demonstration Club Mar 20-Meeting of Homestead The University Club enjoyed a were served by the hostesses Mrs.
lit> ( '''ml Gables Music Club Wed-
will be given Thursday March
P. T. A. in Neva King Cooper social meeting Wednesday night Paul Reynolds and Mrs. Webster.
n. day afternoon in the Coral 21. at the home of Mrs Ceo N.
School at 3 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Julian H.I I
Gables Woman Club build,nxi Wakefiold A pot luck luncheon j Mar 20-Meeting of Gleaners Present were: Mrs B. M. Hind-
Webster as Its speaker for the
Mrs George D. Ruehle, Mrs
( > the program were: Mrs will be served at noon. man
Class with Mrs. Laban Bishop, Jr. evening Dr. John C. Gifford, professor ,
Frank Webb Mrs W. R
Vane Harris, piano solo Mrs will Bird
: Exhibitors their
put up exhibits Mar. 21-Local exhibit and all-
of forestry at the Universityof
Mrs. W. M. Fifield, Mrs. Lawrence
LeWIS Brandenburg and Mrs at 10.30 a I e1.1 i The public Is day meeting of Homestead Home
Miami was prevented by illness -
i Becker Mrs Rudolph Mattscm,
Lloyd Delta vocal duet, accompanied Invited. Demonstration Club at home of from
being present.
Mrs. Ben Archer, Mrs Howard
by Mrs Julian H Websterand Mrs. Ceo N. Wakefield
Mrs H K Foulk on the P. T. A. NOMINATING: : Mar. 24 Sacred Mrs. T. L. Hodges sang two Johnson, Mrs Lonnie Hood, Mrs.
COMMITTEE: NAMED concert spon- songs "Irish Eyes Are Smiling Webster Mn Mrs.
pianos; Mrs. S. L. West, reading; n pored by W M. S. in Homestead Reynolds
and "Mother Machree" to accom- Polk Miss Helen Daniel Miss
Mrs. Brandenburg vocal solo; Mrs Mrs Harry Scltfuberger. Prhij ,Methodist Church.
George; paniment played by Mrs. Webster.(Behrens and two club guests, Mrs.
J E Elder piano solo; Mrs WmMusslewhlte cipal B. M. Hmdman Mrs I Mar. 23-Dinner and installation
Mrs George L. Polk won the!Hodges and Miss Alta Webster.
vocal I solo The Murray Mrs Ben Archer and Mrs. of officers of Woman Clubof
choral club sang "Green Cathedral James Nesbitt were appointed by Homestead bridge prize and Miss Lois Beh- Mrs. Hood and Miss Daniel will

and "Dear Land of Home'. the Homestead P. T. A. executive Mar. 25-Meeting of Jennie Lob. rens the Tripoli prize. be hostesses to the group at Mrs.
7 Sandwiches, cake and punch Hood's home on April 10.
Others attending from Home- committee Wednesday to serve as dell Circle with Mrs. Lloyd Field

stead were: Mrs T. J. Faust Mrs. a nominating committee. Mar. 27-Meeting of Lily Law-
W E. Rheney. Mrs B. E. Gatlin, President W. R. Bird reported rence Bow Book Review Club in
Mri H Collier and Miss Alta the first payment on the baby library

Webster. grand piano bought for the audi- Mar. 27-Easter egg hunt of
torium has been made and that the I Episcopal Sunday school REXALLONEwCEPOuNT

LLOYD FIELD NEW HEAD second payment will fall due Nov. Mar 28 Junior Music Club

OF WESLEY CLASS I. The payment amounted to meeting with Barbara Jean Wake-

Lloyd Field was elected president $118.75 and the interest to $9.50. field.Mar.

of the Wesley Fellowship 29-Local exhibit and
Class of the Homestead Method HAVE DINNER MEETINGThe meeting of Redland Home Demonstration
Church at a meeting Tuesday eve I I Club.
social meeting of the Junior
ning at the home of MIDI MaryMcNeill. I Apr. 2-Meeting of general W.
I I I Woman Club of Homestead will : .
Wm Nolan, former president M. S.Apr.
lift last week for his homein I be a dinner at the Bamboo Tavern Meeting of W, M U. Cir
South Carolina. Monday evening Hostesses i iI. SALESymbol
will be Mrs. E. A. Buchanan, Mrs. cles.Apr.
A social committee. composed of I. I 5-Meeting of Episcopal
Stanley and Miss Pearl
Miss McNeill Miss Helen Moye Auxiliary I
Whitaker. Alt members who
and Miss Marybrlle Gibbs was I; Apr. 8-Monday Music Club
elected for the next three months. not attend are asked to can-I meeting at home of Mrs. W. M. Water Bottle 2 for
Nursery rhymes wore acted out I the hostess by Saturday Fit old. $1.01

by members, and other games 'MRS P. L. TUCKER TALKS Apr. 10-Meeting of UniversityClub Symbol Fountain Syringe 2 for $1.20
i were enjoyed during the evening AT W. :M U. AI.L-DAY MEETING at home of Mrs. Lonnie L.
Salted peanuts ambrosia and 'Hood at 8 p. m. Cascade Pound
i Mrs P. L. Tucker of Miami Paper _2 for 51c
served Apr. 10 of Homestead
cookies were president of the Woman's Missionary 1 -Meeting
Others present were: Mr. and P. T. A. executive committee at Cascade
Union of the Miami Bap- '3 o'clock. Envelopes _ _2 forSlc
Mn David Williams Mr. and
tist association told of her -
Mrs L. C. Dodd, Mrs. Casper Williams experiences In Cuba at an Victoria Water Bottle .2 for $1.26
Mrs. Lloyd Field Mrs G. all-day meeting of the local W. M.
T. Everett, Mr. Earl Pacetti. Miss U. last Friday In the church. Victoria Fountain Syringe 2 for $L51
Antionetto Moye, Miss Mary Rudl-
'The offering of the day was
sill Miss Anetta Degltman Robert given in honor of Annie W. Armstrong Victoria Rubber Gloves __2 for 40c,

Cast and Roy Nelson. a home mission worker of
the Southern Baptist churches. Petrofol Mineral Oil, pt. _2 for 50c''

The Stephen Foster Memorial The money will be used for workIn

committee will sponsor a dance at the Southern state. N Mi 31 Solution _ __ ____2 for 50c,
r the Miami Civic Center March 27 Mrs Catherine Pickard had

I at 9p.m. A trip to Cuba will be charge of the morning program Gypsy Cream u _ _2 for 51c
j one of the prizes: offered in addition -, and Mrs. W. E. Lewis bad charge
Beef Iron
I & Wine Tonic.2 for
to door prizes. Tickets maybe of the afternoon program $1.01

Davit purchased of Homestead from Mrs. Sam J'I served A covered at noon.dull luncheon was N 4"attwls I 4 Peptona Tonic _ _ _2 for $1.01

TM am M Hogs" vtfc r cur Cod Liver Oil, pts. _ _2 for $1.01 !

DR. 1\1. A. BERGER I G. O. Drcwster, :M. D. bar K ltM after FMmaowl I Us bM Wove lass ftM s High Potency Cod Liver !

to hud! eM bob Imlr
Eye Ear. Nose and Throat Oil 2 for
d ail __ We recomm.d --h _ $1.26

Dentist I Glasses Treatment liltedorrir Shelton Thennlque Waves Croqulf note Readymade Bandages 2 for 26c I

Office Hours 8:30-1:30 ...,. a u u .*4 .r Lead Shampoo lists M.rln.ll. CM. Prices Good Through Saturday March 14
Atp.ln1.tnl ,

First National Bank Offic .< _.., Knee A... and ALICE'S BEAUTY ; THE DIXIE DRUG

...... street PARLOR

Building H<........ FWrlda IM4 ...cr... ..._Alln Robert, JACK FOLK-HOWARD JOHNSON:
0..0...." Phones S. and 9101-Hanestead. Fla.
.... N* Sill I PMw .M1r
Oven Evenings br ppolntmeD'

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i Mrs. B. M Hindman entertainedthe Mrs W. E. Gab, was hostess to I< J R Byrum entertainedthe :

II Social Events I Wednesday afternoon bridge the Redland Neighborhood Circle "Su shlne Shadows" Sunday j

club at her home Wednesday Mrs !at her home Tuesday afternoon school class of the First Baptist
of which she is teacher 1
Geo. M. Frick waaJjklgh core prizewinner Mrs. Ceo. Wright g8a read church
and Dill low at her home Friday afternoon .
II MnKjWon 'I ing: Mrs. Sam J. Davis, arcompiunrd -
score prize wi IriflW Un Various lame.ftre played dur- 1
by Mrs Gaby, played
STORIES OF PATRIOTIC SONGS FEATURE Those present were; Mrs. Paul viola and later the violin; Mrs.I, ing the afternoon Orange cake i
11 I Reynolds, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. Gaby played several selections on' and limeade were served. I
PROGRAM AT MONDAY MUSIC CLUB MEET ,Frank Haiwinan Mrs, C. Haglcr tbe piano. Those present were: CaUuuJae I
Rice, Mrs. C. H. Steffan Mrs. C. Dickinson Virginia! Kelly l4llu
A patriotic program was presented of the month. Mrs Callahw, radio L. HoudysheU. Mrs Frick, Mrs.! Those present were: Mrs. Portia Little Mildred Ccner, Thada Pros '

at the meeting of the Monday review chairman, gave a report. Dill and Mrs. Hill.dman.I'USB1'TEJtIAl'i I Beatify, Mr*. Reed Holmes. Mr. tor aDd Mrs. ByrusaMrs \
The ensemble "Finlandia" by J. A Rottwrham, Mrs. Wright I
Music Club held Monday afternoon Sibelius and Orern Cathedral" by CROFT Mrs Davis Visa Frances Davis, H. K Foulk entertained at '

at the home of Mrs B. E. Hahn. ATTENDS: MUMiltALL1'I luncheon yesterday Mrs J. W.

Gatlin with Mrs. E. H. Gallaher Officers will be elected at the Nine of the membersof I CO-ED CLASS OFFICERS Weston of Coral Gables Mra. P.
younger DISCUSS RULES OF CONTEST B. Bird Sr., and Mr*. Elizabeth
M 'Joint hostess next meeting, which will be held I the Homestead Presbyterian I

Mrs. Clarence Gray, program at the home of Mrs. W. M. Fifield,Church and the pastor, the Rev. The rules and regulations for a I Fuchs ,

chairman, presented the on April 8 and will be an Easter[Geo H. Ricks attended a district membership and efficiency contest
which was as follows: Mrs.program W. B. program I I I rally meeting held at the Westminster la the Co-Ed Class of the First, and Wm. McConnell
Baptist Church of Homestead were Those were: Miss Elisabeth -
Mills and Mrs. Bevo Webb, piano The hostesses were assisted in I Presbyterian Church in present
discussed by officers of the class Home, Misses Eloise and
duet, "Souvenir" by Drdla; Mrs serving ice cream and cake by'Miami, Monday. They were: Miss
J. R. Rutland, the story of the national Miss Alta Webster, Miss Yvonne I Lois Behrens, Miss Avis Bitting, at a meeting Monday night in the I Norma Gonsmnn, Miss Fern Robertson *

anthem: Mrs. H. C. Nichols,.1'Pollard and Miss Rheney. I Miss Betty Lou Harris, Miss Ha church. Miss Lillian Swllliy Miss

story of America; Mrs. Julian Others present were Mrs. T. J.i|Jean Irwin, Miss Wanda Sickle, The class to divided into two Eleanor Sullivan, Miss Frances
Charles Behrens, J. D. Biannon groups and the contest will last Lott, Leon Dome Bert Nixon J.
H. Webster story of "Dixie"; Mrs. Faust Mrs Lee H Lehman, Mrs
Wm. Musslewhite solo, "America,' I Goo M. Frick Mrs. W. E. Rhenry Richard Hnkson and Homer I three months. Captains of the IQ. Caldwell and the teacher, Mi>

accompanied by Mrs. J. E. Elder; ,Mrs Geo N. Wakefield, Mrs. Sam!Sperey. groups are Miss Norma Cowman T. MiConmll ,
Mrs. Carl F. Robinson, story of J. Davis, Mrs Loson Shuckleford.| -
"America the Beoutiful; Miss Mrs Frank Webb, Mrs R E
Vara Rheney piano solo, "Valse Edwards, Mri S L. West: Mrs J:I

Caprice" by Newland; Mrs. Gray, C. \\lckerhnrn, Mis G I. Gault
piano solo Song of the Brook"by Mrs Vane Harris, Mrs. Allie J.
Huett I Kastein Mrs Lewis Brandenburg,

Mrs. Carl Wagner and Mrs. C. I Mrs. H. Collier, Mrs H K Foulk i
H. Stcffanl gave current events and Miss Bertha Mill! Hausman. i Newest Styles in

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tlii Henry Johnson and Frank I I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arthur entertained -

Belts were high score prize wln- :, with a bridge party Friday ;, Genuinely Engraved
sers In the first of a series of bene- evening in honor of Mrs. Ray-i :

fit bridge parties sponsored by the mond Atklni of Lewes, Del.. sis-
Woman Club of Homestead and ter-in-law of Mrs. Arthur. :

given at the clubhouse Tuesday Bridge and Tripoli were played Invitationsand
evening. I I'during the evening. Sandwiches Wedding

Mrs. R. R. Kinard and J. W i i and coffee were served.

Shouse were low score prize winters : I
Mrs. P. B. Bird Sr.. won B. P. U. C. TO HAVE

table prize, and Mrs. E. G Schultzwon PROGRAM MONDAYThe

the cut prize. I'I Homestead Business and I
'Professional Women Club will
Hostesses for the evening were:
Urs H K Foulk, Mrs J. RBrooks I! hold a program meeting in the

Mrs P J. Franklin. Mrs:I I Chamber of Commerce building, Announcementsi
B M. Hindman, Mrs. W. R. An- ,I Monday evening at 8 oclock
derson and Mrs. Harry D. At this weeks meeting of the,i
WOlte'j I club nominating committee n-
The second In the series a composed -
held of Mrs A. H. Waldin, Mrs. J JI, .
next Tuesday evening in the
clubhouse. J. F. Htmmett and Miss Anne Lee T 'I
was appointed by Mrs. Clna '(1 I
Others present were: Mr. and ,'Stewart, president. Officers willI
Mrs. C. J. Parman Mr. and Mrs I IH be elected in April

ward Lamb Mr. and Mrs J.1 I I I I A report of the club's fruit feel -
D Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. W. S'I[jtival booth committee
l I was given,
Bi nghart, Mrs. Grace McLellan by the chairman Mrs. Ben Archer. 50 for $ 8.95
Si lith, Mrs. C. E. Eichen
Present were: Mrs. Flora D.I
11'9. A. A. Payne, Mrs erger'l I Myers, Mrs. Chas. Clinton, Mrs
r chs, Mrs. T. J. Faust
Lloyd Dietz, Mrs. Virgil Lyon
Frank Webb, Mrs Joel J O Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Walden, Mrs 100 for 1120
nn, Mrs Robert Glenn, Jr, Mrs I,Archer and Miss Lee
J. W. Shouse, Mrs. R. J. Elliott, I I I _
Mrs A F. Arthur, Mrs Raymond
Atkins, Mrs C. L Trevelyan I Mrs I HONORED AT SHOWER up
C S. Schmidt, Miss Pearl Whit- I!
I I Mrs Wilson Crosby was honored
aker, J. R. Brooks, Dr. Ira J.I' I
with a miscellaneous shower given
Haynes, W. R. Anderson, P. J.I i
Tuesday evening at the home of
Franklin and R. R. Kinard. !
!Mrs E. W. Peeples In Princeton,
by Mrs. Waudell Feeples and Miss:
IEV W. of Engravingto
J. PARKER GUEST Frances Lott.Various Eight Tyes
games and contests were
'Steadfast for the Home' was
played during the afternoon Cake, Choose from
the topic of a talk given by the
.and punch were served
Rev. W J Parker at the general I
Those present were: Mrs Harry
meeting of the W. M. U. Wednesday I '
Beattie, Mrs. Donald Sullivan, Mrs.
afternoon In the First Baptist
Mae Taylor, Mrs Mildred Saunders -
Church. I
Mrs J. R. Pope, Mrs Clay
It was announced that Circle r I
ton Underwood, Mrs Gladys Uniderwood
Two would have charge of the 1
Mrs VT H Souls Mrs.
program of the monthly meeting
Wilton Colcon Mm Nella Mae, Cards
ki April. Engraved Reception
Martin, Miss Ellen Vann, Miss I
Reports were given from each
Mocely Sever, Misses Norma and I
Eloise Gossman, Miss Nella Saul,| Engraved At-Home Cards
{Those present were: the Rev.
Miss Helen Field, Mrs E. WPeepfef
and Mrs. W J. Parker, Mra. J. '
Mrs. Crosby Miss Lott
Lee Smith J. Ribbon Cards
Mrs. Tom Vann, and Mrs. Waudell Peeples Engraved
Urs Gordon Ivey, Mrs. J. Lawrence -

kerger,Scott Mrs, Mrs.C. H.Harry Denby Schau-, Mrs Circle-Five of the-W. M. U. of I i Engraved Visiting Cards

C E. Saunders, Mrs. Frank Irwin, the First Baptist Church will have'

Mrs. r: D. Piche, Mrs O A. West. a called meeting Tuesday afternoon Engraved Informal Cards
Uri S. A. King Mrs. L. A. Wise, at the bam .o[ Mr*. C. H.]

Mrs J. R. Pope. Mrs. Henry Olson Denby ta work on a quilt lor the

Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs Leonard orphanage at Arcadia I with Envelopes

Cannington and Mrs. L. S.

The G. A. of the First Baptist DR. Re S. AKERSDENTIST

Church of Homestead will havean

Easter egg bunt Monday afternoon -

at the home of the sponsor,

Mrs Gordon Ivey Office lOllrs: I a. m. la S p. n. THE LEADERENTERPRISEPRINT

Sundays I t. IS
Dr. Leonard W. Haskin i Clued Saturdays

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Fridaw.March 15. 19.ID .
Pace Ten __

33 to 3,000 Per Cent Increase in Imports From Cuba

Result From Trade Pact,. Cannon Tells Congress

011 0 0 .
ongressman Pat Cannon's plea "The year preceding the Cuban "Florida can grow and has' grown lean agricultural products. program have completely Ignored
*n, amending the reciprocal trade I trade agreement 1,446 carloads of I pineapples I commercially I I and profitably "During the Republican administration American agricultural Interests
It sties with foreign countries, I tomatoes were Imported Into this and about the only thingwe we heard a lot about 'dol- and have continued to reduce
made recently on the floor of then country from Cuba. The year fol- need from Cuba under the reciprocal lar diplomacy,' and we still have tariffs on agricultural Imports I
: use of representatives is here- lowing the agreement 2,082 carloads trade program is pine- this type of diplomacy in chargeof believe that this congress shouldat
\' th reprinted from the Congres- of tomatoes were imported apple slips from which to grow the our foreign affairs. This ad- least turn toward the constItu-
J// Mr. Chairman, I am not here: on this one Item was increased trade program we are In protecting foreign producers the senate in order that American -
r ii, represent the automotive In- 33 1-3 per cent. Duties on supposed to be able to obtain and Americans who raise agricultural Interests can at
:t-, try, neither; I am I here to rep-I potatoes were reduced 50 per cent Cuban pineapple slips without any the exploitation of peon labor than least have some voice In this so-
i M ent the Republican party, andn and Imports from Cuba Increased difficulty. However such is not In the protection of American called reciprocal trade program
their do I now represent the I from 2 carloads of potatoes to 61 the case When Florida growers farmers. In my humble opinion "I would like to remind the mem-
D mocrntlc piirtv I am here repenting carloads. taking the figures for the place orders In Cuba for these all we are doing by this reciprocal bership of this house that It Is utterly -
n to the belt of my ability I I year preceding and tile year following pineapple slips Cubnn authorities trade-agreements program is Impossible to benefit the
south" Florida. the effective date of the immediately admit that we have a giving the state department the United States as a whole and injure -
"iht day after I took my oath Cuban agreement This Is an Increase right under the treaty to purchase I entire American market to divideup one of its states. I therefore o
.' .i member of this body, I op- of over 3,000 per cent. The these slips in Cuba. However, they as they see fit among foreign support this amendment and urge
p.red before the committee for I duty on peppers was reduced 50 I place so many restrictions by I countries On the other hand as Its adoption f
n i loiily| Information at tile time I per cent, resulting In an Increased means of inspection regulations, leach part of the American marketIs
ti v were considering modifica- I i Import of Cuban peppers amount- that in each instance the slips have allotted to foreign countries the
1 14fL
t I'' n of the Cuban agreement and I'ing to nearly 140 per cent. Likewise rotted before we can get them to I secretary of agriculture is instructed READ{ THE
oi ied concrete suggestions to take the duty on cucumbers was Florida. In one instance a ship- I: to restrict domestic crop production -
-<. of the Florida situation The I I' reduced SO per cent and Cuban ment of these slips was alreadyon which is necessary only .--.- .
st i itcmcnt that I made at that time Imports in this commodity i increased a ship destined for Florida, but :: because the American market the
uioean of record In the printed :i about 80 per cent And so officials of the Cuban agricultural ,I, best market on earth has been
hearings held by the Ways and on down the line. department would not allow the granted to foreign Interests.
M"-.ins committee recently Needle Another example has to do ship to sail\ until they had madean I I "I for one urge that this inequitable Turner's Funeral Home
to say, the committee for re- with avocados. florida can pro- inspection of the slips They arrangement be stopped once
ijrocity. information ignored the duce the finest avocados In the sent down to the ship two Inspt'c-I I I and for all, und for the reason that 14-IIX: AMBULANCE SERVICE
ijgestlons world, but under the Cuban re- tors with instructions to make a I I the state department and its committee Lady Attendant
You oak. what Is the Florida rrlprocal trade agreement we are minute inspection of each slip.I I for reciprocity Informationand Phone 964-R homestead, rLI
situation with, reference to the re- placed in direct competition with There were 2 .000 slips on this the management of thin trade
o i>iix.al trade agreement program' tie Cuban product, which is pro- ship, and these officials set I I
K,'hiring to tin Cuban reciprocal duced with peon labor. I will admit Inspect each slip separately, tak-I I
t ide agreement, we find the following that Imports of Cuban avocados ing some 10 or 19 minutes to ; --
situation: When this proc are restricted to certain slip in that connection. It could
im was put into effect In 1934 months of the year. What actually I easily be seen that these slips'I EDWARD STILING
duty on lima beans was reduced happens. however, Is that duringthe would be completely rotted before
;.ii per cent As u result Florida last months In which Cuban the ship could be allowed to sail.
h>> practically been put out of the avocados are allowed to come in That is an example of just how reciprocal -
Ii. na-bean business Duty on to- at a reduced tariff they ship a I our Cuban friend are.
n hoes was reduced 25 per cent I volume much In excess of that "I have carefully read the state
Tie result is found in the statement I which the market demands These ments made by the Secretary of Estate General Insurance
made ba Department of avocados are placed in cold storage State in connection with the exten-
Agriculture release in 1937, in I and sold on the American \ sion of this program and I have NOTARY PUBLICCor.
which, it was said: I market during I the following yet to find where he has justified
'Imports of tomatoes from Cuba months In competition with the the reductions of tariff on agricultural I Palm Ave. and Ave. II Florida City Fla.
intreuticd sharply since the agreement I Florida product. The Persian lime I products shipped Into this PHONES 501-J AND 501-M
became effective has the same history country m competition with Amer-

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You Will State and Taxesand
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. with homestead exemption to a valuation of $5,000, your tax obli-

; gation will be reduced to a negligible amount.

You who anticipate building right away should study the location of

Home Acres as a site for your new home. Tracts recently purchased

are now being ploughed and made ready for building and landscaping. -

Drive out and see the kind of land Home Acres is.


2-Acre Tracts...-All Corner Tracts :... :. : :'

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Friday, March 15 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven a

t-...",." ..,.,"..""'"".......,....................'.. Kathleen Wagner scribe Rosemary ....,.......'''".....-..............-...-.-....
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Homestead Girl ScoutsAt Hennington Marie Rogers SERMON TOPICS

"' '"........-..".........111INN/N and Elvira Burry,
patrol leaders.
At the Girl Scout birthday tea Other members of the troop are: II.CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CllfRCH: CLASSIFIED ADS II III t

'tarty to be held at the home of I Sarah V hlen, Barbara Wright, March LeMon-irnnoa
Hazel Johns Caroline topic RATE: First insertion 104 line Insertion
Urs. T. V. Moore in Miami Saturday Gaffney, ."SubsUnre." a ; subsequent *

,' the Homestead Girl Scouts l Rosemary Burk Marlon Decca I 81 a line

will present I living picture of Evelyn Gosunan, Bertha Mae PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

girls on a beach Catherine shells Flagg Marjorie Murray Louise March IT Sermon subject: I

The picture will correspond with and Sprlngfels.Elouise Robinson and Eloise '"Fling Wide the Gates" I FOR RENT FOR SALEFOR I

the shell classification the troop I

J>ai been doing for the past year. ,..............__.,........",,,......?" NOTICE Or APPLICATION APARTMENT for rent. Phone 20. ,, SALE-2 % acres on BedlaM i

Scouts who will lake part Jn the, ,RED LAND F. F. A. FOR TAX DEED (mS.22)1 road. Well located for home-

picture are Vara Rheney Dora File No. anal site, $300. BenJ. W. Morris, reg J
LEWIS; VEANA. Reporter Nolle la hereby tin*. that ThenaVmn. I
Scott and Marion Edmonds. Final ... .... .. Bailer, holder .. .MIIIW* of City ef Haw HOUSE in Redland; modern con- I to Baptist Church, Krome Ale
..... .
'"" "'''' ''? '' ...''''..,...''''N? ....d tea eertlflratea Numbered 6611. I real
plans were made at the meeting ,MI7 6n", U>>. libl and 0164 dated the veniences.. Brooks, Inc. Phone Istered estate broker next r rI
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Frank At the regular meeting Monday ,14th dar of Jun. A. D 11121 box filed 78-R (Mr Its)
I night, committee reports were laud eertlfleat In mr office, and .... I I fistJUICY I I II
Skill local .
troop captain.A "mail application for In deed to Issue
committee given Donald Uawkes who was thereon In .....reI.n.. with law. saidrertlfiratn FOR RENT-Unfurnished house !I :
composed of Betty : In charge of the Redland F. F. A. embrace the followlna rie.irrlbed Eva Collins Drive .
by W. Biscayne md
BenJ Morris
Catlln Ann Shackleford, Barbara property situated. In II.d. Count. year. registered I I
drink booth at the Redland District 1 florid to-wlt : real estate broker, next Fcd\'l'llIlIllIhway.
Jean Horne and Mary Catherine Lot If. mack I. Commerr. .
Suber met with Mrs. Skill Mrs. I Fruit Festival reported about In the City of Homestead County to Baptist Church, Krome Ave, :I
the booth. An athletic report was i<( Dud*. Stele of Mnrlila. .. .... Homestead. (f6tf) : FOR SALE-Used L It H elecliit ,
A. Hudson and
J. Mrs.
Russell submitted braced In Certificate No. tlM ThMMtnwnt .
Horne yesterday to plan menus for by Harold Hampton. I of .Id property under the I I I stove good condition. Inquire
The chapter hat planned to havea Mid CertlfUaU Issued was In the name FOR RENT-Larae comfortablerooms Marsh and Fields, Silver Palm
to be held .
,: a camp at Ojus over i ir I of UnknownLot ;
the Easter holidays. I hay-ride Friday night, March 22, 19. Block I. Commerce A.l.lldltlon Froscher's O\ ersea Dr. and Farm Life Rd.
at 7:30: p. m. In the City of Hi.me.tead. Highway at Florida City Phone (pints-: .':.1\
Catherine Shackleford. Ruth I County of Dade. State of Hand.. ..
1 I Mr. J. W. Zwlckey of Detroit embraced In Certificate No. SSI7. S26-J ( J19-tf)
Rutland, Barbara Jean Horne, The .....mrnt of Mid property under
t Margaret Barnes and Barbara Jean Mich., was our guest and gave us the Mid Certificate foiled was In the FOR SALE-Nice piece of bur I II
I I an Inspirational address which we name ul Unkno. FOR SALE I ness propei ly. Good prior:
Wakefield invested .
were as tenderfoot Lot 20 Block I. Commerce Addition cush. W. Morris
i Benj ,
scouts I enjoyed. In the City of H..m"'Nd. County registeredreal
E Tuesday. at Dide, Slate of rlmrMa. a em.brared FOR SALE-460 ft. frontage on estate broker, next to IIllpI -
On Saturday evening members I: Those who were present at this in Certificate' Mo 16SD Th. I
._... of Mid Krome Ave., 660 ft. deep. Fine tist Church, Krome Ave., Horr{--
.n. under
of the K. K. M. K. club initated meeting were: H. A. Aman Jr., property Mid
Crrtif/rate Issued was in the name for rowing flowers. Price right stead. (fl611'
Mrs. Horne, Ann Shackleford, Suzanne I Harold Hampton Donald Hawker, of Uttkno.n.Lot .
for W. Morris
cash. Benj. registered -
U. Block I. Commerce Addition
Brown, Betty Lee Philip Reams, Walter
Gatlin Frances
In the City of Home.te.el. Countyof real estate broker next HOMESTEAD LOTS
Foster Margaret Barnei-and Rutzke Dean Sickel William Bade. State of Florida. aa em.braced .
bara Jean Horne into the Hampton Charles Sweeting, Alvin In Certificate Mo. SHU. The to Baptist Church, Kroroe Ave., FOR SALEI
Bar.j a........nl of aid property under the Homestead. (f6tf)
.no-utensil supper was cooked Prothero Frances and Richard Mid Certificate loud was la the name
have the following lots pricedlow
the campfire..INNNNNYNNMMmNNNYNNNNN. Prothero, and Lewis Vrana. of Unknown.Lot 21. LIvlmritoiTe Addition I In the FOR SALE-On Redland Road for quick sale:

Tuesday afternoon the Allapat- City of Homntead, County of Dade.Btate short distance south of Redland
NNNINRedland Lot 3, Block 4, North Diamond
of Florid. a> embraced In
tah chapter F. F. A., of Andrew Certificate No. 6761. The .........n' Woman's Club, cottage. Partly Park west frontage.
Girl Scouts Jackson High School came to Red- of sold property under the Mid Crrtfiesta furnished. For sale at give-away ;
(mud In the 01Unkno..n. Lot 36, Blink 2, Ponce Dt-lA'< n
was "area
By KATHLEEN WAGNER land for a 24-8 defeat in a diamond price. See Wm. J. Geronimo Legion ,
subdivision southeast ft-
; coiner
....'..N""'.'.'...."......"".............".,..........,''".. ball game. Loot 22. I." Inorol..n'. Addition. In the Tag office Homestead. south.
City of Hnmwtead. County .f 1).01.. tog
) I The players of the Hectund State of "Iu.ld. ernbrarod In Certfflaele (d8tf)
Troop 38 of'Redland met Tues Lots 14-15-18, Block 8, McClioiManor.
chapter were: Rex Romine Charles No. 6764. The assessment .f '
day afternoon in the art room of Jack I sad under the said tiertIll FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus These three lots are .ill .
Behrens and Dick Campbell, rood I
cote woo In the; name of Un.
'the Redland School ether and face louth
High with Miss ,
Walter Rutzke, H. A. Aman, Jr., known. trees and tropical fruit in
'Mildred Small captain. Tenderfoot ( Harold Hampton Robert Munn Unless said Certlfh'ulea ihall he nUi season. Jungle Grove, Redland I Also 10 turn of good rock !lap ,
d.-m,4 according liw. tax deed will
the north half of the north half
tcsU discussed
were during Wm. Hampton Ulilc Vihlen Jack /1..010 thereon "n i the Sol day of April. A. road and Plummet drive.
the business meeting. D 191U. I I the northeast quarter of tins uicst
Marshall Cecil Parker, and Rich- I noted 'hi. 28th day .f Fehrunry. A. D. ,,
or Section :.1 I. rn
Doris Singleton treasurer read I ard Prothero 1940. LEGAL NOTICES I(1\\ quarter t

the report of the recent cookie F. R '..F.4T"RMAN.t"I..k ship 57, with, IIIKC 38 oust I

sale Kathleen Campbell read the I I CustPd;;;;; : like to tee some Dodo County 0' Circuit, MorldaI Court.. North R OF APIM ATIIIN I' tract lini-i file brat of W. 1i KV

minutes and checked Circuit Court I Steal FOR TAX HI.Ell i ton' 110111<-|1'1.| "." bout II mile. .i
the roll bypatrols. :!, thing nice in dainty lingerie. My N. C. eTFRMF.TT D C.mar Chapter of lira I
Marie Rogers' patrol had I I Absent Minded Floorwalker: ( I. I. ID. 21. in, 104n \iA1\W I just cast of a I.UKC avocado gr<'

,the highest attendance for the day. Who wouldn'tEx.LEGAL I Notl.r' N h<.r.ny HMH '10"I I..- line." Write or see J M Kllim P
Patrol Three with Elvira NOTICE: OF APPLICATION Perrlne hoi*'r of linkers Handler 11I'rlol I I Box 82, Dt-ei leld, r'1 110. I i 19-1. ,
( Burryas FOR TAX PLED Tex Certificate No "H United the .th
leader served a salad plate I to Chapter I7l 7-Aru uf 19Sa Amy of Auauet, A. D. 1V2. h.. filed same
NOTICESNOTICE File A-S876 .I 1., my office and .bed made applltafur. AI1SCGLLA1MEOUS
group as a penalty for havingthe
Notice li hereby silicon that D. IcDnr.Perrlne a Ian deed to 'be iwued thereon. Said _
lowest in attendance last holder of linkers Haulover District Certificate embrace Die following de: SEE AND BUY nrSfianklm Variety
month. OF APPLICATION Tax Certificate/ No. litil l..ued the lot scribed property la the County ul I>.d..
FOR TAX DEED day of Aniiint. A. D. l 11, has filed ..me lute of Florid.a" Grove West Florida City.
,- Officers of the troop are: MISS Chapter 17407 Art. of 103* In my office and ha. made application Lot 1, mwlTTTTaiitlHan Court a7tf)
Small, captain; Mrs. Hugo Vihlen File A-IH7I for a tan deed to be Inucd thereon gild Plat Rook 11. tn.e-9T In the Countyof
Notice li hereby floes that D. LeltarnnPerrlne Certificate embrace the following dtoo Dade State of rlortda
and Mrs. A. L. Campbell, lieutenants holder of Biker. Haul.wer. District MTlbed property In the County of Daile The assessment of laid properly under WANTED
; Thelma Johns, chairman; Tax Certificate } o. 2727 issued the 2nd SUM of Florida to-wlt : the said certificate/ Word was In the nameoft
day of July A. D. 1VI4. has filed some Lola 1-10 and 11. Block I. Castilian Unknow- TUTORING WANTED high
Kathleen Campbell secretary; In my office, and ha. mad .ppll..tHtftf. Court. flat Beak II. Pace 17, In the Unlace Mid o>rtideate shell be redeemedaocordlne
County of Dade Slaw of FloridaThe I school and grade school subjects.
Doris Singleton troop treasurer: a tax deed to he issued thereon. Said to law, the properly ele.rrihed
of underthe
: scribed Centrists property embrace In the the County following of Dad de-, said anewment certificate hailed aid.property.. In the Rome therein will be mid to the Wheat bidderat Mri. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
the Court house door the firm Monday
State of Florida W-wttl oft VnkNo..n. I Plummer drive and Country
Unless mid certificate shall be redeemed In the month of April 181U. which
Lot. .11019 and II Block f, Ciitlllan
Quick! Easy! Spick. I Court Pint Book Fan 17, according to law the property deacribed la the let day of April, lull Club road.CLEAN .
In the County of Dad.I. State of therein will be sold to the hlihe bidder Dated this lint day of February, 1(40
Florida. at the Court house door on the first Mon.day E. B. LEATHLKMAN!: RAGS WANTED Will
And-Span Shaves i The aiuwMtnent of said property under In the month of April 1 40. which Clerk of Urrult Loort
the mid certificate (mud was In the memo la the tat day of April 1 40. Dade Cou..,. Florida exchange subscription or advcr
,.t Vnkn..... Dated this flat day 0' Fehrnary. 19tO. Circuit Court Seal Using for clean rags Lead
With This New Unless mid certificate shall be redeemedauordlnc E. B. LEATHrRMAN. Hr N. C STERRFTT D I'
to I.... the property dracrlhcd Clerk of Circuit Court, lob II Mar 1. 9. 15. 1 1.Ip1, | Enterprise
: therein will be sold to the highest bidder Dade County Florida.
., the Court. horn door un the first Mon. Clr oil Court Seal
d.1 In the month 'f April 1040 whlih I. By N C. SURRETT. 11 C
Gillete th, d day of April 1\>4Q P.h 13. Afar I. 8. 18. 101111Y
Dated thin Vat day of Frliniari. 1D4U BIRD'SIndorsed
Clerk at Circus r"urt

Blade >- r. I. Court reel.Fflly Dade. C'", nt>'. Florida. I::: / D9 :

N f' "II.BRETT!: U i
21Ms J. '. J". 19tO'



a uur used ears alvays represent rood value, but the

ones listed below are unusually choice and ue recommend -
\ New of them for cotulileratlon. I
I any one your
, odiii At M Price!

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: Clllett* Ale:f

w cap malki. ,A.! 1940 PONTIAC.De 1936:) FOR!) COUPE looks and rum like I

sass At ill"Low : :

,,Top i iQ1gaNty I new .. . $293


I taat.'raa:' (De Luxe Equipped)
1938 DODGE very clean a real bargain -
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You get one comfortable,

shave alter SEDAN new tires ; new paint ; ex-
another with the Thin Gillette Coupe $880

Died.. And at only lOc for four e e. e e i cellent condition ....................................$383

yon save teal money! Made
with edges of a new kind 2-Door Touring Sedan 925

different and better Thin 1935 PONTIAC TWO-DOOU SEDAN ; Tery

the Gillette smart protect and irritation your skin caused from 4-Door Touring Sedan 975 jI j good condition ................. .......................$235

I by misfit blades. Buy package I

from your dealer today. I

fhl" l ,,11t11. ." ..1 .,. I.. "O, Preston B. Bird Motor Co. i PRESTON:; B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

: > 'ht "kn ol flu ftm.u t
8. Erotic AT*. Opposite TIC Office '
'Qmett"aU' .B/oc/w South Krome Ave. Phone 18

'0" 2C' .j Phone, It Night Flume 536-R OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY E
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Paw Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. March 15, IMP

LOCAL AUDIENCE Office In Near j|r .1 lIlIlII II 111111111I11 III 111m 1111I11I1 1t/11111/ III 11II1I1II111th Iii. /

cultural agent, PARKING A TIP AND
building are
Reciprocal trade treaties by WHERE I DO..
which Florida vegetable and fruits pleted and
Ire placed in direct competitionwith next week T .
those of Cuba and Mexico done under '\' s -
were assailed by Charles Francis ris, contractor,
Coe candidate for United States proximately $600.The
senator in an address In Legion offices
Park last night. front of the
"It is time for south Florida to' of the I''
wake up and learn the truth about separated by i
then treaties which cut the profits I' A dance floor, : I I
on limes avocados citrus and feet square and '
winter vegetable," Mr Coe said over the entire I
He promised to fight these pacts I building also ]
unceasingly If he Is elected.Mr. tlon When I MIRACLEWHIP
Co* Is running as a conservative I floor will be of I
Democrat For several and will be
years he was an attorney at West ,local civic and FACTORY PACKEDSUGAR,5lb.:
Palm Beach. A writer of note tions. b"l bag 25c
he has been a regular contributorto I
the Saturday Evening Post and Candidates 35c
has written ANY BRAND Qt. Jar
extensively on national I - --- -
and international affairs In MILK/31g. cans------ 20c
He is popularly known as the .
author of the Socker stories I Tallahassee ; : .1 Pillubury's No. 1 cans
Secretary of i!
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district offices Pkg.
,maries have paid ;,
qualification I 5-lgb 27c 2
amount $8,845,110 : cans -

SCHOOL SHOW\ committee.to the state | SCOTT TOWELS, roll IQc _

is Three charged per by cent 3 SELECTED NO. 1 a
Crowds which exceeded those of V. B. CO.*
any day of the recent fruit festival fying committee fee,levies and = ShreddedVheat, pkg. lUCDILLON'S Red Bliss Potatoes i
milled through the chamber of per cent.

commerce building Tuesday! night Candidates for I ;51bs. . 21C
as the 1940 Junior carnival of not qualify with I .25c.s' I
Homestead High School swung state, but with PEANUT BUTTER .. .
into Its strideBeautifully circuit court of =
attired In an eve. deadline for
nina gown and with flaxen (false) 23. I. ,
curia In the latest hair-do Clinton I IM WOMAN T ttS -
Bishop as Marten Deitrich was amount of
the winner 11the "movie star", winner. 01)' "
popuarlty contest at the carnival. A $20 jalopy I COUNTRY =
Bishop out-strutted and out pirouetted prize In another II a
tour other contestants by Eugene I Roll Butter >b. 34c '
also deeded out In feminine finery and Mrs. I t"' TEASERS'ABBEY
to gain the honor. Approximately == GOLD-COIN ==

The voting money-in-the-box determined the contest systemof by Part the of carnival.the | Sliced B. Bacon u. 23 c -- B
winner. Boxes bearing names of finance the 1"r I = 2 can =
the contesting "movie stars" were banquet and =
passed among the spectators. The be added to the ) I SEMTTOIE: lb.15c' Tuna Flakes .25c I
box which collected the largest fund = PICNIC IIAMS, _5


USED I Chuck-Roast be 23c ANCHOVY PASTE 15c i

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i SPARERIBS, 2 Ibs. . 25c Cheese Ritz .17 c

Armours S Giant Cam
1 CALF BRAINS, lb. .. .. ..18c IAPPLES
1938 Pontiac 2-Door Sedan- Tomato Juice 25 c
new car; low milage; == York ImPft'lall ==
operated in the KedTand ; 5 Jb 19C BEECIINVT1'- .(. _
1910 license tag.
a HOME-GROWN: Cocktailettes 10 c

19:18: Pontiac 6 Coupe-A clean, CflBBBGE lb. 2 C
ins car; original green finish; UNDDERWOOD-S Cut
; equipped; 1910 license tag.
6LUXFLAKES u23 c Deviled Ham 15c
1936 Plymouth 2-Door Sedan- I Size
King. Gator BrhlinfSardines
has had excellent care by one ;
original black finish; 1910 can 15 cFRRNKLIN'S

1935 Ford Tudor-An i k.LIFEBUOYS roft'MC Morten sane For 19c

car for its age; motor sound Fi.
: is not an oil drinker; 'good
seat covers; 1949 license tag. n"viu LUX SDAP3for19c JkRInSO21c

: 1934 Chevrolet l'/rTon Short
\ Truck-Rear dual (.
: 6.50x20 -
; SPRY ,
6.00x20; all tires in good 5PTY wnasty SHORTENING 3-LB 49c .".a Lt7ale-MY/1t yaw. 3 Z5c
Z 1 cab and stake body in fair sass o swurEHLERS

We hue a number of other good GIaDE COFIEEGA'nds' 25c

cars.Bird .

Chevrolet Tr*I

Oldest Chevrolet Dealer on Florida

Homestead, EIOlhle T

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