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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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/ XXVIII-NO. 49 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 6. 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS





fire Takes Bouse Once MortgagedTo








"Boy Wonder" for f $125,000I I








I Dispatcher and Phone Put !OLD LIVERMORE HOME RAZED;; 1




Fire Tower in Operation ROBINSON FAMILY ESCAPES I



WITH ONLY FEW GARMENTS

R1HOBSONIS 60 Men and One- \Vay Radio Inadequate I


j For Patrol of State's Roads, Say Rotes

TilE WEATHER Former Owner Brother Of

Official "sib" .r she _....."'.1 Late Wall Street Par-
moat
If you are not driving more than Club Wednesday noon. said: "
LOOKOUT AT I E." ".... a..tin. H.a.rarad. eMcd.. .
60 miles an hour and are using I "Florida has no state speed limit, lay Wizard
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I due care in the operation of your as such although the law says that Ma. 1\110. Palo
j No28 81 58 3017
(car there Is no need to slow down a speed greater than 45 miles an >
I No\ 2D II 60Nov. EXPLODING'HEATERSPREADS
BLACK POINTPublic I to the 43 miles or less a state highway I hour shall be taken as prima I 30 80 65Dec.

patrol car is making a"dltay j I facie evidence of reckless dnv'Ingi 1 85 62 0.02 I KKKOSENK

I behind it Lieut S. A. Semieff of;i We hope to have a law' enacted ))(or, 2 85 56 3007 I I -
the Florida Highway Patrol, speaking : specifying 60 miles an hour as the
I ))(OC, 3 711 69 30 06 0.02 New Building Now Rising
before the Homestead Rotary maximum speed, and until then
i Dec 4 73 o4i 3017
Invited to View
On
i I : we are asking only that the mntoi- 1 Foundation of
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Miami From Top of mg public stay within that limit" Former One

100-Ft. Structure I! APPEAL MADE BY! The present state highway patrol 'CITY SURVEYING

will have been In operation a The imcvvoik ..t .1 i new house

PICNIC GROUNDS AT MRS. HUDSON FOR year on Dec. 10, Lieut Senneff''TO for Dr. and Urn C. F. Robinson. ,
;said Until 30 days ago it consists STRAIGHTENS. whose frame residence on W. Ep-
s BASE
SAID PLANNED i I ed of less than 50 men Now it is more dnu' was destroyed by fire

RED CROSS GOAL] at its full authorized strength ot KRONE AVENUESurveying about 1.M ,I. in Sunday was well ,
Forest Service Praises 80 men but needs an increase under con-ti uction yesterday with

Dade For Leading in m personnel to 160 men. which It the couti actor betting a new suit of
Due to delay in finding a local hopes public demand will bung I clothes that it will be finished before : -
Fire
ProtectionWith chairman the Red Cross Roll Call I about at the 1941 session of the Was Completed yesterday Christmas when house part i
Civil
by Engineer A R
in the Redland District fell short'legislature Lieut. Senneff said planned foi homecoming daughtersare
i
R. L. Hobson appointed Livingston to widen SouUi Krome
of Its $500 quota when the canvassing A two-way radio system is another scheduled
at towerman and dispatcher avenue by seven and a half feet
on was supposed to end Nov vital need of the Florida the The fire tilled by the explosion
Dec 1, and a telephone installed along property line of the
yesterday the Princeton fire towerof 30, and will be continued for am Highway Patrol the speaker said Homestead Filling Station at Flag- of a kerosene water neater. destroyed I
other week or so. Dade County patrol has dwelling that
the Florida Forest and Park twowayradio ler avenue, j 1 1I a was part
Mrs J. A. Hudson, Redland Dis- but most of the counties do i i of the farmer 80-,icre estate nt
Service Is now offically and fully I The city council Monday night'
not & P. Livermore.
trict chairman said on which httt
yesterday that
in operationThe authorized the
surveying after the j
100-foot only $140 had been turned in up "The Collier County patrolman. I I' !brother. Jesse Livermore, the
tower has an enclosed Standard Oil Co., which is erecting '
to yesterday, but for instance has former "bov wonder of wall stnelwho "
an 80-mile
steel cab at the top, with reports are yet a new building on the property i
windows to be made from Naranja and Red- stretch ot patrol alone" said the I committed sUIcide in New
all
on sides from which agreed to dedicate the seven and a
the towerman scans,the surrounding land. She sends an appeal to those lieutenant, "and In all this area''half foot strip to the city I York last week ante held a mort-
countryside for grass or forest who have not yet enrolled or contributed there are six telephones-up to I gage for $123000 It was boughtby
When the old station was built
fires Upon to get in touch with her nine p. m. After nine clock there Dr. Robinson four year ago
discovering one, he ::Krome '
70 foot wide south'of
telephones the nearest county firefighting at 306 N. E First avenue or with is only one available telephone for avenue when he came here to recuperatefrom
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Mrs. J R. Flngler was encrouched) uponto the effects ot prolonged .-
Brooks
Porvenir
in (Continued
unit and dispatches It to on Page Two) align the sidewalk! with that I research Epirmn drive
the scene of the blaze. I 'ray was
I
along the Krome front of
avenue
turned for E. P Livermore
In addition to the unit opposite Toys Must Be Sent to Repair Project the Armour building north of Flag-
the Redland school of Dr. and Airs Robinson and their
J ler. Krome avenue north of Flag
Mason Roberts has charge there! t Tuesday Christmas Cheer Head SaysUsed j iler is wider than It is south of 12-)'ear'old daughter were wakened -
is a county fire-fighting unit at i Flask. but' it gels its greater] by the txplo-mn Dr Robinson
Kendall slipped on 4 pair of Irnusersewhich"
one on North Ludlam '
I width from the cast side uf Krome,
road and one at the county yardon toys to be sent to the WPA i posed of representatives of ill civic I This is why cars going south on happened to be a pair in which he

79th street, Miami. : repair project in Miami for distri-i organizations and all clubs m the North Krome can easily l drive up had placed $500 from grove shipments -
The towerman can see Biscayne i bution at Christmas must be, district that are willing to help, to the pot office which is almost I the day before-and Mrs
'y. Bay on the east, the tall buildings) brought to the fire Robinson grabbed up a few clothe
station in
providing, Christmas cheer for in the path of t the) southbound
of Miami and Coral Gables on the I Homestead before Tuesday for I the unfortunate I I North Krome traffic !and all three escaped from the>
north, the everglades on the west that is the last day they will be .. house as the flames, evidently fed
and Homestead, Florida City and I accepted for repair said T. E. Kirby -, by the kerosene from the exploding
the beginning of the Overseas Christmas Cheer chairman. Boulevard Site 3 Doors From Flakier 1|heater turned the house Into H
highway on the south. I yesterday. So far very few toys veritable incinerator Only the
The Florida Forest and Park have been brought in, he said I Secured for Area Information Booth foundations were KM and part of
Service likes to have visitors I The Christmas Cheer committee j them had to be chopped away flue
climb to the top of the tower and will meet this evening at 7:30: I -- I Ito deterioration from the heat ot
(Continued on Page Two) I clock in the city hall It IS comMoving -: A receipt for $10 accepted .it drlThe opportun, ", r ,\ulia the fire The loss ]including the
i payment on lease of a '11(' "n Biscayne strategic site will not t I*. i'
Boulevard, three door south attain, and it i" up to cv I', t me in Robinson medical librmy,
Picture Classroom to Be Made of FlaKIer street for a> R'dland the distract, to h, Ili ",u. ommitter and other personal tai-opertv. tolds i
I District information buic',m. was Continued on Page Two) ] ( tnuid "it l I' ," TV n''
From Ground Floor Room in II. H. S. turned over to the Redl,ind District -


The work ,n turning a classroomIn i itionvork for both vlemnt.t t ...f '.n Chamber'tiers at ot a Commerce meeting Friday board Four Contests for Yule Decorations I

Homestead High School into "i i and high school An opening: will; ifclit by Jo'tph W. John originator '
room especially fitted for clay instruction ''be cut in the wall between this,: of the idea, who is promoting Sponsored by Chamber of CommerceOpen I

by the motion picture 1 room and the adjoining small room I i I the Miami and ef the proposal for -
method' will begin at once, R. J. formerly used as a principal's office -' the chamber. to residents and store own Mr, HUckford said he hoped some
Hester visual education chairman where the projector will be Six hundred dollars has been ers from Terrine to Florida City civic organization will donate
reported at the meeting of the' operated. Students will be train- pledged for the project, E. A. Carter inclusive, four Christmas decora- an additional $} (0,

Homestead P.-T' A. Wednesday afternoon ed to do the operating chairman of the committee in tions contests sponsored by the The contest division will be:
The expense, approximately The P.-T. A. executives: voted,charge of Tailing funds for it, re- Redland District Chamber of Commerce (II staN window la r>mne,
fifty dollars, will be met by, to buy a five dollar Christmas seal ported. The goal of the committee ,will be Judgrd< sometime between Peters, Goulds, Princeton, Nartnja,
the P:T. A bond. The student aid committee' if 2500. Chri....*aDd New Year Uodelki, Homestead sad FluNla

The room chosen h the Urge reported Out used toys win be Declaring that his comnitse Is DBT" City; C2> residences in stew ctnsnsnitrs .*

center, front room an the round collected at once at the school for resuming active canvaBinf and The Rev & F. Blackbird ache ; (3)) country rtwidenrmt

floor that has teen used by commercial the Christmas Cheer committee, would soon contact many growers, headed the decorations committeelast outside those immunities; and
clatter This room Is really I nippers and busmen men who I year. was appointed) by the I(4) residencetown or country) .
too dark for c-zmmercial work, and that foods will be brought ,by l'.a i, not yet been approached, Mr. I board of director M.] ,v ]i..i I.: t.. Ii-1.u" Chli tm.. tre- '
I Prins! p I B M H:ndman Jld. and the cl 'Wren at their C!.1.i ':i- ,C..I aid: be grnenl I" I I". ",',, i,I If ,in Ukt 11,0 i l ,0 do-

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Pale Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, December 6. 1940 i


the season against Johnny McGulre's .- their peed to 30 miles or under RAZESContinued I community at the Black Point "
FIRE
::
will
RED LAND PLAYS crossing, be landscaped and
Miami Beach Typhoons A Such laws are antiquated, of I -
made into picnic grounds for the
great deal of interest has always course, for a big truck today can IY
with the aid
I public of the Dade
SEASONOPENERATHOMETONIGHTi o been attached to this game because be stopped as easily as u passenger ( from Page One) County park department Mr.
of the close scores that have car. Our state traffic laws should estimates )
I Robinson
about $10.000 Dr. Blocker said.
always resulted and from the in- be streamlined to fit a streamlined
,
only part of which a $3- In addition to shrubbery
i I tense rivalry between the two motoring ."
e
I I I 000 policy on the house. was co.er.ed shade trees, there will be a demonstration *.1
teams. Asked how much It would cost
o I
by insurance. Through an oversight planting of timber trees of
to the with two-
equip state patrol
It was found, insurance on various varieties. ,
Handicapped by the fact that way radio, Lieut. Sennett said that the Jewelry and other personal effects The forest service will build
i
the tallest man on the team is BOULEVARD SITE $100,000 would be sufficient.
only had been allowed to lapse. house for the towerman at the
feet 10 inches tall, the Redland I The club voted, on motion by the j'
house built
The new on base of the steel structure eventually -
High School basketball Rotarian W. F. Therkildson to take I
team will
foundations of the one that burned At present Mr. and Mrs &:
open the 1940-41 season tonight (Continued from Page One) the initiative in a campaign to have
I
48 of
down will be 43 by feet Hobson are living in a trailer i!('
,in ,i came with St. Theresa put this If the state highway patrol increasedIn
of MI- project over. it Is suc- When Miss
I frame construction. ;packed at the tower.
,cmi, In the Redland gym. I cessful It will mean that many personnel equipped with two- (Dorothea Robinson who teaches :j
1 nl\ many tourists who so far have way radio and to bring about the I
two of last year's regulars ,II in Vermont and Miss Priscilla,
,rpack this year. Buddy Lind- never come south of Miami will be I I reforms In traffic laws needed I who is attending Stetson Unl'erI I FOUR CONTESTS
I pulled down I Later, the club's board of directors
Li.n" who play guard and Leon- through our farms [sity, return home for the ChristI -
'I I Ocir. center Henry Dixon and groves this season I authorized Mr Therkildson to I holidays, their parents hope
I im.is I (Continued from Paz! One)
old< .I I i 1'\\lS, Price saw some action 'I "We hove u bsorblngly interesting 1 draft a resolution recommending |Ito have the new home ready for nated, entrants In the fourth contest 1
sectiorrm Florida but theee I imp jvements and to send
0-I I yc' ir as substitutes. Jack I'I'I we I I occupancy. will be classed in gl pup 3.
MM hill i is the only player from must tell pooele about it and get copies to Dadc's legislators, state All decorations must lie \ .isibls
: vr.ir's Junior them to see rVind I Its product If officials, and other Rotary Clubs
high team on the I|I I from the road or sin'c't. Beauty
i' Kiil.iiv.irslty: squad this year I we wish to sell them anything. Themarket with the Idea that other clubs FIRE TOWER' Ingenuity and effectivenc :md the
( uach D R Snyder said his e.1 I and the buyers art therein may see fit to join in the move- of tin "
ability entrant
financial
i tonight' would Lindgrrn: Mid Miami, right at our very door- ment. I I
,
; be considered the
will by fudges
> "11 guards; Greer, center step. Our fruit is begging for The patrol took In $56.000 In (Continued from Page One)
;
will consist of this
I I' '. md' Marshall, fol'Wllrds.1II I buyers and It is the best in Florida fines for the first three quartersof enjoy the \'IeIand the public is Judges members -
ench of trip fo1l0\\
I', r Rutzkr, Adolph Lopez I Ii Surely no sensible man will the year, made 2,003 aitests invited to get acquainted with the of ,109 organizations -
John G. s ill Post
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i i ''e, Sweeting and Otis Loper contend that It Is not our job to stopped 175,000 cars for driving ':Princeton fire tower and Mr Hob- !
may see action. I bring the buyer and the product I I without lights or insufficient lion. said Nelson B. Blocker, district I American Legion District Legion Lions Auxiliary
together lights, investigated 653 accidents, forester, who was in Homestead Redland Club"
I'h i imondbacks hope to make "And that Is exactly what the :Lieut. Senneff said. Wednesday and Thursdayto Homestead Rotary Club Home-
in n speed what they lack In I stead P.-T. A., Redlnnd P -T. A,
Redland Motor
I District information bureau vehicles approaching a supervise the beginning of operations '
/In l It
> Woman's Club of Homestead Woman's
In Miami will do. There we school bus from either direction at the tower. Mr Hobson
A "U' game will the Club of the Redland Junior
precede will have a very attractive display must stop when the bus stops to | will not have to make the acquaintance -
regular varsity game at 7:30: In the of Redland District fruit In take on or discharge passengers, of many here, as he was Woman's Club of Homestead

ttvin Lineup will be: Frank Orl- one of the best spots In Miami fora he said The patrol made 145 arrests a resident for many years In Home- I versity Club, Homestead
fi< i md Douglas Sweeting, guards; tourist contact, and Mr. John's for failure to observe this stead where he operated a steam I and Professional Women ,

A r, Davis, center; Wilson Pop- map guides will make It possible! law On the other hand, the patrol laundry until a few years ago, and Homestead Art Club unl-I
'I md John
V'l
Landrum.
forwards. for the tourist to find his way inspected 750 school busses The Princeton fire tower l. the I Appearing elsewhere in
-- ,around the district! without diffi and required drivers to keep busses only one In Southeastern Florida sue the entry blank must be

culty. It's a very sound very i up to safety specifications. Some but the Florida Forest and Park i jects ed by Mr. Blackford

ILII.S.OPENSCAGESEASON practicable set-up In my mind, and I I busses were in unbelievable condition !Service hopes to have another at .Christmas Eve.NEWT. .

we cannot afford to fail in the un- I Lieut. Senneff said One I Kendall eventually so that fires I 1 1I
dertaking" bus could be stopped only by using can be platted through triangulation -
TUESDAYON I Mr. John, who Is publishing the the hand brake, and there were between the two towers. I .1

mapguides, 50,000 of which will I others In as bad condition, he said Mr Blocker said the forest service G. BALL

PONCE! COURTTraveling ,' be printed for free distribution at President Clarence Parman announced feels that Dade County has
the bureau and other points of I that District Governor stepped out ahead of the rest of NOTARY PUBLIC r,

strategic tourist contact said thata I Chalmers Buchanan of Jacksonville this end of the state in fire protection -

to Coral' Gables Tues I small amount of space Is yet I will pay an official visit to for its grot and farm people Fire Insurance and 1
day night the Growers of Homestead available for Redland District advertisers the club at the meeting next Wednesday I and he praised the work of

High School will open their and those interested noon. The annual Christ- I County Commissioner J. D Reddin
basketball season for 1940-41 could leave messages for him at mas party for Rotes and Rotary helping to get a countyacquiredsite Kindred Lines

against Ponce de Leon's strong the Leader-Enterprise office. Anna will take place on Tuesday to be deeded to the forest

quintet. evening, Dec. 17, at 7 o'clock and service.
This will be the first cage game there will be no meeting the following j The area about the tower which 35 N. Krome Ave.

of the year for both clubs, but the ROAD PATROL week, as the meeting day though called the Princeton tower,

contest should be well played as falls on Christmas day. is located a half mile above that 1
both teams have been practicing
for the past month. (Continued from Page One)

It I M doubtful whether Co-cap- him to call for help if he meets

tam James Sullivan will be ableto up with trouble. A two-way radio
play would enable him to call for help !
against Ponce
de Leon. The of ChristmasIS
The big center pulled a cartilageIn instantly no "matter where he hap- Joy
pened to be.
his right knee while practicing
i
this week. Other needs cited by Lieut. Sen-

If Sullivan neff were a legislative civil serviceto
can play, the prob-
able starting lineup will find himat insure the patrol against politi- \

center with Ralph Dellmger cal interference, and a complete
and Charles Connor as forwardsand revision of the state's traffic laws. CLOSE AT HAND

Lester Archer and Matt Ballard Did you know that if you see a /
as guards Players who are mule or horse on the road, the law, @
pushing the probable starting line- as it now stands, says you must AND) HAPPINESS
stop motor vehicle and wait I"
up are Fred Fuchs who can be used your ,
as either a guard or center, and D. until the animal has passed?" ask- ,v;( IS GREATEST FOR
ed the
speaker
;
L. Bowen, who can be used as )
either "And motor trucks from 5,000 to
guard or forward and has
been making the basket with a 16,000 pounds are required to keep THOSE WHO GIVE -

great deal of _
accuracy lately _
Friday, the 13th, the Growers For results use Leader-

will play their first home game of Enterprise Classified Ads

A "Well Received" Gift


? A nice suit from our big stock of Hart, Schaffner and Marx, and

Cheap Transportation other makes, will be "well received."

Lounging Robes for him........................................... $1.95 to $5.95Bedroom

We Have It Slippers for him........'...................... ....... 49c to $3.95 0

Cheney Ties-Manhattan Shirts, Hickok Belts; and Suspenders

These Jobs Guaranteed to Run Californian Leather Jackets and a host of other things that will i

NO TRADES surely please him.


1931 Chev. Tudor $65.00 And For The LadiesLounging 1

Robes ...........?_.......................................... $1.95 to $6.95Silk .' .

1932 Chev. Tudor $854)0()() Night Gowns and Pajamas........................... $1.95 to $5.95 J

1932 Ford B Panel Truck Dresses ...........-...................................................-..... $1.00 to $9.95 1

Sweaters and Sport Jackets .................................... $1.95 to $6.95

/ -Ton $95.00 Bags- Hose- Handkerchiefs Lingerie, etc, will help fill

your shopping list.BURTON'S. ;
1933 Ford Coupe $95.00 ;


1934 Chev. Pickup Truck $85.00 BED SPREADS Chatham Blankets :

1934 International Pickup

Truck $954)0) 100 to 695 450 to 995


1935 Austin Panel Truck 15-00 (Bates and Chenille) (ZS% ud 100% Wool) j ,




Bird Chevrolet Co. i DEPT. STOREHOMESTEAD ,


Olaf CtoTfolet Dealer an FUrU Rod CM** .
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Friday. December 6.. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three


I FIFIELD LEAVES I Affix Stamps to Mail I
Rural Carrier Asks
I Miami's Greatest Toy land !
:: JAN. 1 TO BECOME Harry Coper. genial and obliging .
\ rural mail carrier of Homestead :
AIDE I anxious to facilitate the An entire building, turned magically Into vonthe rear of Sears main building at the parking
TOJEWELL,handling of holiday mail for hiv derland'! Santa Claus IB there-and M In Rumblelot ass can't mlts It'
(patrons, that they can
I suggests *tiimblctoe that funn Brownie from SnU Tune In on Santa and the Brownies, Mutton
affixing I I
\\ tlnrd M. Fifield, horticulturist I I stamps co-operate to all greatly mail deposited by in'I II North role Toy Factory! \nd the bines .oU'c100, at 7:IS nlthllv, except Saturday and

acting In charge of the Subtropical their boxes for collection. : lion of tore young' ever seen! TOM\D III In Sunday!
Experiment Station here for the I Mr. Cooper Is carrying a stamp
past 18 months, will leave Jan. supply sufficient to accompli! Compare With Others at 30.75 Buy at Sears and Save!
1 for Gainesville to become assistant this objective, he says, In compliance '

to the director of the Florida with directions issued in Lionel Freight Passenger Electric Train
agricultural experiment stations No20 by the third assistant postmaster or

Dr. Wllmon Newell, who HK general I
pro-
Mr. Cooper \. said to have one
vost for agriculture at the University -
of the longest rural routes in the:
the agricultural of Florida If extension also directorof service country I ....,

head of the college of agriculture -
and state plant commit Post Office Employees I t; .

loner The promotion of Mr. Fifield To Have Picnic Sunday !:: ::. aCR

was announced this week by Dr. get-together basket picnic for I sawrw- Woo e+e4r"
Newell with the approval of the I'I'A postmasters, clerks, car- i
N state board of control. and friends will\ be held at
A graduate of the University of 1 o'clock Sunday, Dec. 8, at
Florida college of agriculture, In Matheson Hammock under the '
1930, Mr. Fifield received the decree auspices of the National League of i )
of master of science from the District Postmasters
tame school, and came to Homestead Mrs Margaret Holsenbcck of """Y""" ._, "... _. "" .. ........ -.
In July of that year to become Peters, Mrs Cora L. Lott of -
assistant horticulturist at the Princeton and W H Owens of ...i-: : J
Subtropical Experiment Station. Goulds, compose a committee
He was placed In charge of the local making the arrangements. The-only place in town that saves you money on Llone! electric
station when Dr. H. S. Wolfe, Persons attending are asked to
horticulturist In charge, accepted bring I basket of food, covered trainsl I Not In this yean's catalog-but a thrilling Christmas 1995

a professorship at the University dish "or what have you". present just the samel Complete 0' gauge train set, and trans- ,
of Florida a year and a half ago
Mr. Fifield said yesterday that former! Whistling locomotive 3 cars and tender. Remote control
ship will be missed especially in 2,SO down balance
lie had anticipated several more civic circles where he carved A I electric coupling. Track included I complete! for only 19.951 Usual
years of research work here but monthly carrying
place as president of the Homestead -
felt honored by the appointment, Rotary ClubA charge
which Is effective Jan. 1. Mrs
successor to Mi Fifield herehas I
elementary Fifield, a teacher school in, will the Homestead remain to not yet been named A Big? Lovable Baby Doll Buddy L Army Truck

finish out the school year but will .1
Join him in Gainesville next June ,d'V'a N
Since coming here, Mr Fifield 1 4T I
has become 229
universally popular .. ; 98c
his ,
end personality wit and! leader- I .
II .l"" of .1 j '(

,, r 1( 2.98 value I So lifelike
;; !r she almost breathes I
, \lr Jig Strong steel: Will
I 1t dressed, j
Beautifully
Do YourChristinas hold Ion ol your
.' ; : \ choice of dress and
soliiors. -nai help
-r- bonnet. Starry moving
Ji
I Shopping y -'l.? "}; tall yes.I She'. 26 inches you win the wail

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Locally
Musical Rocker Cradle Deluxe Toy Typewriter


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selections, we have. They include the following nationally ] 52 ; J98

: advertised articles: rI ,

/I You and dolly will love

Shirtcraft Shirts and Pajamas Its I A combination Prints like a real

rocker and doll cradle typewriter easy laus
English Ascot Ties +5 that plays a Swiss tune + *. Dial yitmCompltlt ,

Paris Belts and Suspenders while you rock I Solid key

maple, board.
Hickock Belts and Suspenders

Star Brand Bedroom Slippers

Radnor HolesLambKnit "Flying Eagle" Steel Wagon Tree Lights Outfit


Sweaters tk -.

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Linen Initial Handkerchiefs

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NOTARY PUBLIC ; IIJU11-4 OKA N IS- 6 1 a

Cor. Palm A\'e. and Ae. U Florida City, Fla.
:Miami: Biscayne Blvd.. IJlh tolllh Kt Store lloura. 1:30: to S:30; Saturday ':30 to 1:00
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THE LEADER-ENTERPR1SE, fgJ'f: = :oiz'D a -HIGHLIGHTSo! Jy + afi W nHMn'wChildren in. CourtNN.a0By

'. II.h" Fridays at h._'.... Pl.s .- .
.. Ilia gaols .No '..I....'.. Cawea.e.: ---- Judge Malcolm
.. HalfleU
sassed .. .rand rt_ wan .ott.. ; ..... ... .
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0..A ""' "- --- -" -' ..
U. 1111. 0' the offiso FOR/DAS -
0.4 ;i
of to
........... t 1..1.. ..." 1116 Nt at DEEPCST ; ,,; 1 MECHANICAL
4 BANDIT
Marra .. Ira.Vast ;
SA M1 ; I
j Instead of purchasing a tube of

ARCRrH .'''''.'.' and MltarAUKIMII NELIRNEQ mMGVFLOIIS.P.lirr [ tooth-paste with the money his

LKAm father had given him a sixteen C
ARmrR _. 71V 4'/d'NTJJENEAe OFoilers
ytnr old boy played a slot machine dI
fomurr and Tr._,
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l liD where '
the store he intended to |

make his purchase .
;
IIt'88rRIPT'Ool: RATM A/yff 0110M oe"Srllf I This one-armed mechanical ban-' '.
IN Dole 17-ty .._ "...
V.Idder of Dad. (....., ..... dit devoured the boy's money to i.
his utter dismay. The boy resent

ing the idea of being cheated and

The Free Svmhol of a Free fearing the consequences of squandering ;.,
the funds entrusted to him,
1
Americar"'IIHa"a picked up a tube of tooth-past .'

I and lurried out of the store ;
BT \\. F. IIOtlFR
Mjnairrr: Chevrolet When the merchant indignantly
I appeared In court to sign a petition
Sometimes it i Is a genuine pleasun foi the boys arrest the judge
to lift our eves momentarily saidYou are responsible for thischild's
.
(nun our own individual field of ;. i delinquency and I regret
fffurt and pay frank tribute tolh..r .. -- that I do not have ih authority to

} hard-working people who are / '\ I Impose a fine on you"
doing an outstandingly able and I r" :., p 4
worthwhile job In another and totally -
by Max White.
ger
different I field of effort i
I All of the authors
were present
That t< exactly what this writer '
wants to do here and now to the except Mr. Calder-Marshall who U
serving in the British Miss
best of his ability in this brief army
appreciation of the newspapersand Savile who Is also In England and

the newspaper profession or'I' l Mr Robertson reported to be in

Texas,
America. ....--
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f f' Perhaps the one! name among;
want to salute
the men and -
women of the preu-the editors ._ ._ t.-.". / TOMS or EARTH j/wautr the authors that might cause one to

and publishers reporter end photographer '. J -, .4 PASS THeovG Mr, ao0s Of.i I stop and stutter is Guido D'Agnosa

*. and all other newspaper f:..; 4 j "" !: '.. 4"A.llrNlPtMMfS AMr I Una which U pronounced Gwee-

workers-for the marvelous ?' ) ; <" ;; ., "4:1"...- "' 'AYf2AG ACRE OFi 1 doughDaghnosteeno
Job you are doing of gathering ... ,
editing and Interpreting the news : ---1 : t. :! ... /// *, i f P. C Wodehouse la still understood *

ol our own country and the rest of to be in Nazi protective custody -
the\ world in these fist-moving and I but he had written several

.......... -....... I ._- -- -- books ahead of schedule: one 'of --;

I want to salute you and lay i _.."...".""..,..,".,".,....._-"...",.......... lion 78; music 114. Of the foreign AAAAAAAAAA.............. .......... .... I which will be published this

"Well done'' and I am thoroughly CURRENT students four are from Cuba month under the title "Quick Service .

convinced Hint the great majority I three from Puerto Rico two from LIBRARY FACTS, :' .
of the people in all parts of the Venezuela, one each from Colombia -
hind are equally eager to coy you I COMMENT Bulgaria Germany Turkey AND FANCIESBy "For Whom the Bell Tolls by

the tame tribute By AGNFW WELSH The university announces that 14 Ernest Hemingway, has something

All the more so because newspapers new professors were added to its MRS J. E. G4.UIEN9T of a record career in the way

and newspaper men who ......".'....."...--..-.-......--- I teaching! force for the current -rnn..yy..TYYnLIHHARY of published copies To date therehave
l been 360000 copies publishedand
print millions of words every day iton Hotel Mr Walsh mkomt year '
about the rest of the world seldom "' '''''''001' ixi hi. "tomnmUt" whatever 0 new printings are on th.Va1..
HOURS .
they M .In yen sol or at varlsntv Vallev "
I How Green Was My byRichard
bother to say anything nt all about "lIh This ,.10010.. Adds a somersault Pittsburgh authorities have I
themselves' tltlnn. to Abner wol.h. 848 N. R. killed the goose that waa laying Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Llewellyn, which t. its
AU the more so because newspaper f lath HI. Miami r4tq them at least an egglet The 60- 3-6 p. m. (I nearest competitor haonly

md newspaper men w On January 7 Spessard L. Hoi room Mellon mansion completed i Tuesday. Friday. Its. m.-I p m reached a printing of 164.000 copies
I
perform 'o many varied and valuable land becomes Floridi thirty-sixth in 1908 was lately given over to Saturday!! 9-U a. m.; 3-8 p. m land "The Grapes ot Wrathis

eel" % 1l"S for other branches gin ei'nor. and with considerable I j the use of the Red Cross The city 79pm. :'still below the. 350,000. mark

of wcietv eleOT1Ir over ask society 'eilnt. Although the new appoint 'wants to exact $19000 taxes on
to perform any particular mints to be made are comparatively I, the property The heirs declined Thus times do shift; t'DC'1' thing I At a recent auction of ,rare

lII.'I\Il' trip, them few'. there will be a host of l Ito pay in the light of its present his turne does hold; books from a collection "f the

Ml tin more so oecmise news- 'I' whoopers-up of cohorts of the 'charitable use ordered the prop- New things succeed, as former I late Charles Rubens of New York,

puller and I newspaper men who past and hopefuls for the future l el't.v torn down and by this time things grow.old-Herrhk. a first edition of Charles Dickens'

wield such great power and Influent I to fill the capital city to overflow 'I'the $250000( house will be on Its ''Great Expectations sold fill $220;

In the community makeit In*. I way to the salvage yards. One of Changing seasons, thoughts and and a copy of the first American
bathrooms $10000 conditions eventually add to the ;edition of "Dombey and I Son"
point if honor never to abuse .. _.cost ._"m... ,,,,.1 ", _..n_'_ ___....L h. _
'h 01 I po'''', md never to misuse mere is an old maxim that mnrlri 'V'V' v. .u. II"uwm. .'r- I brought $180.
n loi their, own selfish, interests I are made In Heaven Maesomewhere J,' The recent examination by the ,haps there Is advancement or perchance

And '0. if you will permit the I[toke : up to Dee 1 state board of physicians: gives on* man back-slides Whether i The French novelist An "' 'ry d*

great silent majority of your newspaper Dade County find i Issued :2,973 marriage an Idea of the Influx of newcomers for better or worse he gains ma- i|St Exupery has turned up ..rr at

readers to become newspa- licences and the divorce to the state a* It had 63: applicants, terlally and spiritually by his ac- I(Lisbon and is awaiting pi''" ,''ci to

oei write, for .i little while. here I jrourt hnd unhitched 4.029 couples for certificates, about half ol, complishmcnts and failures come to this country.. .

or a fen "f the thinn- that you I Ian :increase of 933 of the' Utter t whom were ....c'ntlfoduole.. ol; '! To retrospect on a past periodor I I
in doing 11,1'I"d, like to "writ' the corresponding period of medical colleges.The Incident Is a salutary practice I Jan Struther, author of Mrs

up fOll, "u 11 aw ol the things i t last year i i applicants came from 30 if the recollections are pleasant or Miniver,' writes poetry n' I\'c'l 1 as

that hair aroused our deep interest states, and 23 were from foreign profitable from the standpoint of prose. Her publishers are putting

and admiration n few of ; For the I countries but all the litter were comparison for Improvement together a collection of her poems
present semester at the I to be called "The Glass-Blower
the things that burred.
Inspire I Definite
our wholehearted University of Miami 1125: students changes crystallize .
0 and Other Poems,
0
ippreclntion I
I are registered coming from 33: slowly and trace their Inception to .
there .in our citations for your stales and seven foreign countries That Infernal old cynic George a crying need minor incident or ,f i.
faithful and efficient' '< ,'\14.010 u* Of these thirty'five cent Bernard Shaw, says the German very often an accident Nothing Anyone In possession if letters
per are
and to ill America.CITATIONFor [' ,from England throw mi( l ght:
Is
women and nbout :S7 per cent of bombs ore knocking down In Lon- stationary or permanent There on conditions and attitude or the
your constant ('the whole from the' Miami area In don "many things w* ought to fore man Is constantly forced to
,people, them on and t iiugive
may pass
effort tn report nil tie legitimatenews the several colleges are the following have knocked down our wives' regulate his life to meet the ,
material aid to that e''Iitry.i
IIf flip' div fairly' .necurately. : liberal arts 667; business Wonder if he had that cathedral changes and In time he himself 'Roger Straus, associate edit,! of

completely I It"ITATIO (>adTnlnl tra K>n. 439: law 48. educa- mind* has unconsciously become a dif Current History and Foi urn. and
Jr r your willingness ferent person In thought and ac i itlon.
I Diana Forbes-Robertson I Mrs
to aid and 'ewe I II l I
support all sound are backing both you and them Recently Herr Hitler said i in ,Vincent Sheean) will collect these
ternwo program, fur civic! and social' bet-|every step of the way. I effect to the few remaining countries I I' Life is a stage In which new ,;I letters and put them in book f,,, m

You the newspaper and the I outside his fold: "Now you personalities make their appearances Letters should be addicted t t", the

( ITATIOV-For( >rur policy oC:newspaper nvttjol\ America have limbs hurry Into my thelter-or li every scene throughout I i iI I I British-American Ambulance Service .
doing vntluM possible to pro. Brest and growing .. else" Hungary hurried. I I the unfinished play. And so re- New York City vvhic, will

mite hi. .11"'" utivitv. r iplovmcntmd i to all the people.in cently: In New York ten "nenovelists" w'be the bcnficlarj of nil p''", ads ,
grnei, Ii I uroSi>erill'. I conditions, the nation were honored at a book from the book.Paradise .
1"ITATIOFor YOur interest In .pon"btJtt..1 Wonderful things these modem,, and author luncheon sponsored by o ,
youth .md problems divWe mechanisms can do. Not so long the American I '
its ; In educa. look to ,vou to Booksellers AI! OclaI is wherever ore ds
tion: In 11 ilthful.nortu. hobbies over on liberties ago the code method of ,pndln.j,I lion and the New York Herald : happiness Have you read I'a..
and recreationCITATIONFor informed secret messages by cable was Tribune. ,
to
warn us of Born in Paradise bv Arn'oie: <
I
your sympathetic aers .to urge us on to our thrown Into the discard Now the I The recent works of these "new 'Tempskl' In this autob )t,: lay

treatment of religious new jectives to point the way.dan-I message is fed Into a machine that I novelists" have been adjudged the author is rather conv 'r. .ng 'f 1
jumbles the words
and your constant protection of You ire meeting all these into an unintelligible meritorious and deserving of more that Hawaii is a land of |pit ..' .e. :
religious freedom for all wet and i ponsibilities hilly' and faithfully mass and at the receivingend attention than Is usually accorded Her two novel. "Lava and Fire". i
another machine
all creeds (I', 'today--We believe you will con- reassembles newcomers to the writing field I art romances of Hawaii.Wrong .
CITATION: --For your policy ot,1 mew to meet them fully and faithfully -I them li\ proper order Next they I Following Is a list of these au ,
presenting the news md. views nth: I tomirmw perfected a mechanism that translates thors and their works:

both major political parties wMfct Do this to they best at vour ability one language Into another.Rather "China Trader" I Suit .' .
by Cornell "Have sI
reserving t tie' right to twin old world you ever appt'.dC"
champion t and neither
the .t choice you nor we will Spencer; Deep Grow the Roots I I'witness in a suit before" ..1't\ t .e
port Your :
II have any cause to regrrt the
Wool by Marl Tomasi; "The Vanishing I'attorntj
CITATION: -ror TOUT\ deep and runt that la reposed in you The Pasco Packing Co. Dade Virginian !by Rebecca Yanceyj I "Why, of course!" rep: t't ct'e

biding illrninnce to America and I Do this to the best of your ability I City's largest citrus enterprise. began Williams: ", PY Come and The y (!;:young lady on the wttncVII1 ,J. ,
Amerii i ncii'les first 'last and and j'OU1'11I continue to enjoy J the erection of a new MO.000: Go by Venetia Seville; The | "\ \ you please tell the II')' .

all the tinu. bo respect and the confidence and I plant! recently and wlU install anew Devil and the Doctor" by David I':Just what suit It wa.:' dt Tithe !Iod
We appl, id you for all ol these the esteem of the satire nation I itsthefuturensin111epost. Juke and citrus pulp iced |I.H Keller: God Has a Long Face"by I lawvt'r.
policies jn(i program* and for I plant. with an additional machinery Robert
Wilder: Olives on the "It was a blue >ult n I e
a great m,,, v other additional serv So for our sake a well | '
aril u>estmnt of $30000. Other .Apple Tree by Guide D'AgnostinoTh : collar and cuffs and II I hIt t 1:111.. i I IIII
''_ toe n mrr",H ti riser laW for %otu.k n iU) keep 011,1, Improvements will bring the total "
Way to S-intiago by Arthur iCalderMarshall the way down the bi:k. replied j
hen and wt want you to know keep ,e I'n to over $100000. (jl i < : and "Tiger Ti. the young 1.1dyEx


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by the amount of American

Correct Feeding Hastens exchange .ivaihble

7c f2oryol''" "We would iij.sm- tl.11 1 our

km 01'mm'nt and uvu' 'HII'N"C: <,

Recovery from TransplantingThe out busmen homes and r.u people

aio More "'slid tlun et. t I.' 1m cv I

. TNG) OIL value of feeding plants nt ,isitoi-, Horn Out i "I I' v in tile I I

time of transplanting is discussedin knowledge taut ,it is .n \ tat to ue I

Farm Research, n quarterly bulletin at this time Rut.uun, 111 every ,
& VV.E.MacK.ccn6 ] issued by the New York State
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1 LIVCL5TEASPOosori section of Canada u i\i the opportunity ,
Agricultural Experiment Station, In l.OF. of welcoming ,
% which it it stated: PLA 'TFOOI). you.
!$& "At transplanting, plant are low t J
$
In minerals and shorn of most of ..- .\" .";' ............_...-<) .. The Right :Meter
:
their root intern. Consequently, 7..tt'... r"I (:, I'.i" There arc meters troiium" j
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the application of a correctly bal Il And meters Iambic,

anced, readily available nutrient solution MIX And meter. of inu revives and stimulates the THOROUGHLY WITH" w SOIL
But the meter thut neater,
' s' Tune Tree Growing In Brazil : plant, thus enabling It to withstand IN THE. BOTTOM OF THE HOLE and sweeter
.it Completer,
better the shock of transplantingand !
'% During the last twenty jean tempt was to Oth : to become established quickly, n TINE AFTER THEPLANT SET- U to meet 'ti, by moonliKiit' stoner!

growing tung trees has excitedthe seeds en t ead.a nS. of a and crow vigorously: from the tuna APPLY Lhni\mi\ ,
.1 interest of botanists and horticultUrISts wealthy planter, the caretaker : it it transplanted" I PLANT tool) a ... AI'I'lT .-
in all parts of theo planted the seed and promptly Gardeners should bear this In .. 4DVEQ .o" NOIUE or TAX 1'11) AflON Felt
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world. Because ef tho lack of forgot about them. The trees I mind in transplanting young flower I lit.. same
" practical knowledge, the tree has died, though somef managed to I and vegetable plants, and here li -\ ::; : ,rAJoiT"' l.nU"'t Nollrt U hmbir. alien that J.,.. <<.
been in survive some information on method of .. I.ea |., holder 1 .. ..i.ltnr of hake r. H.ul.
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growing l experimentalgroves \: : ..;. ; .. :
I : : r Pl.lrl.l Tu CVrllfl?I' N.hvnd
trusting to luck and the Large Crowing Areas I feeding when transplanting: ..4. d.'.... itw tik day or IH"u>i A. n
( tung trees' known adaptability to U Vegetables Where large plants !Iq!,. hi. film uM drink.. In ml of.
changing soil and conditions, for An interesting experiment I such as cabbage and tomatoes are fdend h.. mnilf mlintl' "n for (..
now being conducted by a German 'M I to Wu. l hereon In n" '-Ianwith
act out, mix a level tablespoonful ofa
y whatever success that has been .
.
farmer northof kid crliric.l. 'mix h. Bellew.Inc
in an area just l I."
the
I complete balanced plant food beat to thoroughly prepare soil .
noted
'I In KlH
11..11..1 l pronely nil'iil' <
with
BraZil. This farmer a '
thoroughly with the soil in the bottom for planting, then apply four pound '
.
The greatest !progress in the I unity. Hi' lil lowlli I
growing of the tree has been bent for agricultural science, of the hole before transplanting ot complete: balanced plant food per i t I. nimk i'Inr7 nii.i: (:."',t. Plat'
and with the assistance of the : I'm.lit fllnl".
noted in the southern sections of Then proceed as usual, being 100 square feet (equivalent to one P kit,, ( M'
Hut of l-lirlili
of Agriculture,
the United States. Seeds from State Department sure that the plants are watered rounding tablespoonful of plnnt food II" ,,,,,,'..n.\ .1 ,.1,1 er I rl 11.,10 rth
and has
s trees in this area have been shipped has been in-grafting buds, well. per square foot and work tills llghiy > ,' t""III.,. ,....001 .... I io t1l'd.kan.n "" .
hl been able to produce a crop after into the top sotL Level, and sal 1'.1., MIA ('rrl"r.. xtr h.1I 1'eI
the four to six weeks
to country m Every thereafter .
every the second year Aside from avery ...1. ".,,,1 "" ",.h". '.,, ,I. \ wll
world. One that ha attempted feed at the rate of heaping out the plants In the usual manner. .. ,
country early the tree seems to one 1__ '" h. r. .." n r hr :'I'h I '" I p. a 'b. ,
to grow the tree commercially crop teaspoonful of plant food per square When buds appear, feed again at 1\ 11 i.11runt. ,
is in South America multiply rapidly At the present I foot of soil surface surrounding the the rate of one heaping teaspoon ,' ., tI ,. "I I,,, I ,
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the Republic of BrazIl. But Brazil is lime, there are about this}60000trees plant, working lightly Into the soil ful of plant food to the square footwork r II I/lutrtl' \...
't. having the same trouble growing or seedlings m total one I Flowers: For flowers, which are lightly into the soil, and wa tel ,
the tree that other nations exper- nursery Estimates of the set much more closely In the bed in well. I ",,,,1. 1 I 'II,
number of trees In BraI
, i lanced lack of knowlIt planted I and are usually transplanted when In I lr" Illt, l ..nrt hl alu.
practical zil is not known due to the very feeding, keep plant toad away! N C' street 11 n.No
edge of how, when and where to wide areas that have small plantings mailer than vegetable plants it is from stalk aiKj tollsf _. :P nl .. tI

plant Large acreage has been The Brazilian Government I I,
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planted with seeds and like'
"Top- be I
sy" ju.t growed up" with an asserts that tuna trees can the facts before you who um help able. aid lI11" ni114 out tin "I11'I'-1!
Paulo Per-
planted from Sao to
earnest wish on the part of the in distance to combat these subversive .'.itlivities '- piise III vvhiihM ,inensu-"'"
I !
nambuco an area equal : : :
j planter; that something would from Florida to New Or- We would point out tint there ,i lie 1 --------1

...; Italy happen, and something, the seed either did ittev-did leans and from the Gulf coast disagree to : "We believe wo are juMiticd in no difficulties, for KCI "| ,\111"1".111 i iin I I
Informed
rot break through the ground or New York. sources I pointing out that Canada 1 is an no-sing nr ieru''.xiiiK' tin l hll"I."

died after the first year! with such optimistic authorities assertions ideal vacation, land in both winter dar line and tin ties tint. \ "i w :
The Brazilian
What to do became the all important consider climate only and do not I and summei The opportunities American dollar is tint illi on" d"I-> -. .- .- .-

question along with whatnot take into consideration
to do if Brazil was to grow soil required soggy land steep have not changed because
a crop.Brazil Tung, although trees are similar'not nativeto varieties valleys and barren rock-enciu't I war, and the benefits to Canada tic <" but from the l t'al i 'ul M! i iou <, I ntbe JI' .. .
ed arms Most of this see' in o .
of Aleurites Moluccana from such travel will be con>:tdcl purchases , Brazil is very heavily wooded, -
known locally as "Noauelra"'trows the underbrush is extremely !
1 1v
wild between Parana on heavy with semi-tropical foliage: '
the South and Ceara on the that
All authorities
agree pro-
North While this tree is not
can be accomplished only
used for the oil and is inferior to gress with the aid of American scientific -
flaxseed from which linseed oil advice and sapervimon plus
ia derived it is superior to Soya- the use of American seeds
I
bean It used for windbreaksand
is
able to
Brazil not being produce
fir ornamental planting, due the oil at this time imports
to the rapid grow th, Its presencein American tung oil When and if
Brazil indicates that tung rees they are able to produce the oil,
can be grown In this section of it will be1 far in the future, with
the v. "rid.
I their own demands consuming
Planters lack Knowledge whatever is produced

First plantings of AlcuritesFordii American Production BestIt

were made with seeds is the opinion of Mr Bally
fhi; pod from Manchuria and Fmley Williamson, noted lung oil 01,A
planted at the Government agri- pioneer, of Gamsville, Florida,
cult'ual station at Piracicaba, in that American production of tung
Sao Paulo The trees are now six oil is advancing with such steady
years old but due to non-selec regularity that South Ame'ICangrowing f
tion of seed, the trees are giving areas will! simply assist ;J td t A t.
irn'i" ular! results Some bloom in meeting the huge American
wit a degree of promise, others consuming demand. While AmerIcan -

are HIM masses of abundant fnll-I I industry already con'urnes : 1 ri "7 ;
age. with no fiuit Yields vary about 4.500 tons of oil monthly, ,61 i irt
from two pounds to about sixty: I, the figure does not represent the
for each tree About onefourthof total consumption possibilities ,
tea trees suffer from the limbs I! All the tong oil produced in Ire I If
e
falling off each season Four world each year could easily be '
years ago, another attempt was I assimilated by American factories
made to grow the! tree from seeds and still be far short of the Potential -
imp ": ted from Florida, and this :I demand

pUi t.ng: produced a first crop I It Is rapidly becoming appar-
thi, year No attempt was made ent to every nation of the world
to press the oil all the fruit being that America has made more pro-
used as need for further planting gress In the developing of tung;
I ; There are a number of trees than any other nation. L..
, other plantings In these areas fact seeds from the General Tur.C
j sore, are very badly set out-the I Oil Corporation grove at the
trees are dwarfed and sickly. not i Chase Tung Grove near Lamont, 1i
I from natural soil or climatic conditions Florida. have been sent to every
rather from lack of scientific part of the world. But these nations
understanding of the right art finding out that it takes i
t way to plant and fertilize plus an more than prolific seeds to develop
accurate knowledge l of planting; tong groves successfully MASSIVE NEW TRUCK STYLING .
the seed as far as the depth! and
the right way to care for them, MOST POWERFUL TRUCK ENGINES k- I making these new 1941 Chew

during the early growing; periods roles trucks the betl-loeking *

In Pernambuco in 1937, an at- IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD n n well as the best-performing track

1(0 JW.Iill) {}1 I In the entire lowest price field.

U. S. Travel in Canada Will Aid Britain 90-HORSEPOWER NEW LONGER WHEELBASE


i I Win War, Montreal Rotary Head Says I I ,.STANDARD ENGINE I' NEW RECIRCUIATING STEERING GEAR IAU-IEARING

I Brn i greatly reduces steering effort-

There ,.ire no difficulties, fir "Our nations are deeply con-, I brings true passenger car steering

good American in ironing or re- cerned for the preservation of out, I l' ease to truck operation.
cro*i I'll the boundary line between1 'birthright of freedom. The United ; j
COMFORTABLE DRIVER'S93HORSIPOWER
Can i 11 I and the United States. and 'States has assumed leadership ir NEW, MOil

I the opportunities and comfort of the defense of democracy in tin ( COMPARTMENT

travel In Canada have not changed Western hemisphere while Canada HIM DUTY"lOADMASm" @Jlr I, c go I I l with greatly Increased leg roans

bee",u-p of the war writes DeGaspe is associated with her sides INGINE and better, form-fitting seal and(004W

j Be<1ublen. president of the nations of the British commonwealth i back In cabs, giving much greater
steer ....., Dv* rv.fa)
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MOP real Rotary Club In a letter In lining battle to power driver comfort.

, to rsident Clarence Parman of that are sworn to banish this democracy -

the !riiMead! Rotary Club. from the earth. In this dm 60 MODELS ON NINE LONGER WHEELBASES

T"-.' benefits from such travel struggle Great Britain and her allies A COMPLETE LINE FOR ALL LINES OF BUSINESS
, have been encourgnged and I .
will 'Ie a considerable aid to Great
Inspired by the practical aid ant I
on the war the
I\\\ Brit. n in rarrrm
Men'"l Ii I Rotary president points moral sympathy of America. '

out nd nneo\er the American During the past few month,i'Bird Chevrolet Company

dol. I is north' one dollar and ten there have been many false sturiei,

cents in Canada afield regarding the difficulties o

The text of the letter follows: i I travel In Canada It is the dutj; HOMESTEAD, FL.\. PHONE 98

I "Montreal Rotarians send your I of Rotary to foster understands 1
members greetings. and goodwill so we desire to pla n

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i' MISS ELEANORE HOLFERTY IS HONORED r('.\PI INGLK: LAWRENCE SOUTH DADE GARDEN CLUB UNANIMOUSLY .S.

| ;M\RRIU.L NNOINCJDThe :
,. f AT TEA AND SHOWER GIVEN BY MRS BLAKE rnUI'II i ai. "f Miss :Margaret! ELECTS MRS ROY MATTHEWS PRESIDENTMrs

t -- Melissa Lawrence to Robert Warren -
a
: M ss Eltunore Holferty who left I Mrs II L. Long: of Park River, iplingcr ton of Mr and Mrs.E I i Mrs. Roy Matthews WAS unanimously I tee which is composed of Mrs. ,

"t..rd"y for Evanston, III, where N. D., poured tea and Mri J. A S iplinger, Is being announced elected president of the Butler Mrs. Heinleln md Mri ...
,/ her marriage to Floyd Q Arpan 'Ricks poured coffee. Mrs. Harold by the bride mother, Mrs. A. H. South Dade Garden Club Monday j Matthews. ",.

is III I:lake place 1 on Dec 21, was )Faylor I Mrs Claude Daigle, Mrs. Laurence of Miami afternoon at a meeting held at the Several interesting tropical .;"
honored it u tea and a hosiery !'AdAm Brannen, Mrs E. R. Hawker The marriage was performed home of Mrs. O. W. Calkins in I plants were brought by members .

shower given by Mrs. D. P. Blake I and Miss Ruth Murray assisted in November 24 nt the home of Florida CIty. Mrs. R. J. Shepherd so that all might become familiar '

at the Blake home in South Alln- serving I Judge Boyd Anderson In Fort who has been president for several I with the botanical names of 'the

l"ttnh Gardens on Nov. 28. Mini Betty Blake. daughter of I Lauderdale.Mr. years declined to accept the presi- specimens.
The the hostess, had charge of the and Mrs Edwin Caplinger, for
reception room, dining room : dency another term. Announcement was made that
and music room were bride book.Throughout. brother and slster-in-law of the Other officers chosen were Mrs. Mrs Joel J. Robinson will' be

represent a garden hedge of the afternoon .1 bridegroom, Miss Iris Caplmgrr, I Annie Butler, vice-president and hostess to the club on Dec. 16
cettia, and white poln-I I musical was presented by sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs
star program Mrs. Wm. Dunlop, secretary and Present were: Mrs. N. G Ball,
strands were intertwined in Mrs H. O. Cronwell, Mrs. T. L. Lawrence attended the ceremony. treasurer The nominating committee Mrs. R. O. Desmond, Mrs. H. J.

chandeliers Hodges and Mrs George Elder. The bride, who has spent most was composed of Mrs. W. Derbyshire, Mrs. J. F. Rohrer, Mn
Mrs. Joseph Elder In Ice Miss Holferty found her gifts of her life In Miami, lived in K. Haas
an Mrs. Herman Heinleln H. F. Potter, Mrs. Jas, M Dobbin,
blue lace the fastened to a clothesline In the Homestead for several years and
gown, greeted fluent and Mrs Butler. Mrs. Hollister Sage, Mrs. Elberta
nt the door. In the receiving line yard I attended the Homestead schools A plan to decorate the rock pit Buie, Mrs. Ben Young, Mrs. H M.
were Mrs. Blake In black Mr. and Mrs. Holferty entertained She also attended Miami High
taffeta In Palm Cemetery in Naranja with Brown, Mrs. Alma Shetzline, Mrs.
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with 1 ice blue trim, Mist Holfertv in I a group of South Alltipattah School. steps a fountain, a shade tree, Shepherd, Mrs. Dunlop, Mrs. But
blirkolet, IIIrs. J 'Gardens friends at their home Sunday Mr. Caplinger was born In Home- I
M Holferty, I ferns and possibly a bird bath was ler Mrs. Matthews, Mrs Haas,
mother tf the bride-elect in peach evening In honor of Miss I stead and attended Homestead presented by the cemetery commlt- Mrs. Heinlein and the hostess
lice and! MIss Mildred Singlctary Elennore This was hens of High School. lie is employed by I
numerous prenuptial parties given the Fuchs Biking Company In I
in sc ;:I"n trimmed rose.
:MUSIC CLUB W ILL :MEET Miss Kathleen
South Miami part were: Freeman
for her !both here and in Miami
In the dining room the point of I Mr. and Mrs. Capllnger are mak- AT C'ILT HOME IN :MI\MI Miss Edna Forte. Miss Annette
interest was u mirrored centerpiece Ice cream cake and pop corn ing their home in South MiAmI. The Monday Music Club willmeet Campbell and Miss Van Winkle -
crystal bowl tilled with were served
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Dec. 10 .
at the home of Mrs.
white gladioli, white asters and The guests Included: Mr and I BIND PARENTS DIsCtSSMONEY G I. Gault, 203 N. E. 26th terrace Miss Emily Engle, president,
ChnstmiH vine und by It a minis' Mrs. Adam Brannen Mr. and : ;\IKING PROJECTS In Miami Mrs. Giult, Mrs. J. presided
tote bode and bridegroom under I Claude Daigle, Mr. and Mrs. MrS'j Mrs. J. Tom Vann
Ways and me,ins of raising money Tom Vann Mrs. R. E. Edwards served fruitcake
mbar, wedding bells and whiter Long, Mr and Mis Harvey and ale. '
.. to help purchase A sousaphone and Mrs. Hannah Asher will be ginger
jasmine White tapers tin tables I land Mr. and Mrs W. G. Carpen- for the Homestead High, School the hostesses Present were: Mrs. R E. Ed-

end provided light. ter, and Mr and Mrs D. P Blake. I band were discussed ilt a meetingof Anyone who Is unable I to attendis wards, sponsor, Mrs. Vann, Miss

i i the Homestead Band Parents' asked to call: either Mis J. D. Dora Scott Miss Eleanor Sullivan,

REDI,AND P T. A, PLANt in a Bible study period I Association Monday night In the Redd or Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. Misses Jeanette and Annette

CHRlsTMIS FROr.RXU The circle decided to postponea music room nt the high school. The Campbell, Miss Catherine Bell, .
The Redlnnd P. T. A. will hate I rummage sale that had been I association has recently purchased Y. W. A. ELECTS I Miss Geneva Vann, Miss Constance

a Christmas program nt the meeting planned uniforms for new band members. TWO OFFICERS Hunter, Mill Teresa Redd,

Wednesday evening In the Present were: Mrs. Dodd Mrs. Announcement was made that Miss Elizabeth Mcllwain was Miss Mcllwain Miss Van Winkle,

school auditorium. Richards, Mrs Kmsam Mrs Moscr, I the band will present a concert in elected secretary and Miss Melba I Miss Pope Miss Engle Mist Freeman
Among the musical numbers I Mrs Williams, Misses Antionette the Neva King Cooper School audItorium Van Winkle treasurer of the y. and Miss Forte.
that arc to be presented will be and Helen Moye, Miss Nella Sauls Monday. Dec. 16, at 8 W A. of the First Baptist Churchof ,

Allah i Holiday (Friml). Dear and Mss! McNeill. 0'clock. A watch will be awarded Homestead at A meeting Mon Don't forget the Seminole Indian

Land of Home" from ".'Innlandll'"I and a silver offering will betaken day night at the home uf Miss I sale--gifts, dolls aprons, baskets -
(Sebrlllus) and "Nt'opolitlln for the Ellen Other officers were
fund.
K.ION \IM\R1 ]PLANS I sousaphone dV'm -at the Citizens Bank Bids.,
.... Nights (Znmcmch) lung by the FOR CHRISTMAS SIPFKR. Mrs Adrian Jacobs, president, presided 1 Krome Ave.. Dee 7, Saturday
high school girls" chorus and "The I Plans for the annual Christmas A program on Lottie Moon a I morning 10 o'clock by Woman'sAuxiliary

Jolly" Miller, "Over the MorningS party which members of the Present were: Mr And Mrs foreign missionary was presented I' St John Episcopal
sung by the boys' chorus eiican! Legion and Legion Am'l Geo. Murray Di. and Mrs Frank by Miss Mabel Ruth Pope Taking Church AdvHOWARD
hrlxlmas lit'Us arrangement
a concert Hausman Mrs. C Ilngloi Rice
and their unities will
iry on
of "It Came Upon /II Mrs. R. H.
Done Mrs T. L Hodges
Dec. IS! made ,it meeting of -
t tI [ were a
!Midnight Clear| will be sung bY' Mrs. Ruth L. Scott Mr W
mixed chorus C. A. Gray and l)[[the Legion the Auxiliary hall. W'edne.dIYe'enlng B Mills, Mrs. DAVid B"mes. Mr

J Q Caldwell will sing a duet, in W. E. Rhoney MisVm .1 Gcron
will be
A covered dish'suppt'r
( ,mtiqur de NH-" I served at 6.30 o'clock. Imo, Mrs. Frank B Rue. Old Mrs cREATERGIFT.SALE !
I The Rodhnd High School Dramatics Jicobi
I Club will put on a one-act Each person will bring a gift to
I be exchanged at the Christmas tr..eand
Christmas
play. "The Culvers' r\rn\r.FRs GI'ETIJ.SKSGI1S0
Eve." each family will bring a gift
to be sent to the home for crippled DINNER DIXIE DRUG
Miss Mary Eleanor Williams will children In Umatilla I Mr. and Mrs E. S Caplingeigave
give a dramatic reading a Thanksgiving dinner
part
The auxiliary voted to give :
at their home Thursd 'y. JACK POLKHomestead JOHNSON
American Legion
to the
$5.I'
CITY GOVERNMENT
Covers were laid for 1Irlid
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scholarship fund.Present Fla Phones 30 and 9101
H B P. W. C. TlltMF: Mrs Caplingei. Mi and Mn
the meeting :
at
A program on local governmentwas Jake'I Edwin CnplmRor of South Miami !.
Mrs Lamar Kendrick, Mrs
presented at the Homestead I IP r.a I Mr and Mrs Robert
B.I : Cap LAVENDER SHAVING SET
Brooks, Mrs J. A Smtth, A
W C meeting Monday evening W. Hutchinson, Mrs. Geo. 1 linger of South MIAmi; Mrs A The gift that sure to please
by Miss Ann Lee, public D.I H Lawrence of Miami Mr '
affairs Ruehle Mrs W. E. Rheney, Lydia dud or brother Shaving Bowl,
airman. and Mrs J. E. Capllnger Miss Iris .
CaplingerMary
Lotion and Talcum $2.00
olluzrono'l I Fred Redd Mrs. Frank R. Rue
municipal librarian. Mrs Harold Sheffield, Mrs. Wm. J. I Lay Alice and Lance Cap-
talked in the mayor and council linger Fay and Ray Caplinger and GALES JEWEL CHEST
I Mrs Geo W Turner
and the Geronimo, { 73 taste tempting chocolates
plan on city commission Ray McKay.
Jr., Mrs. J. W. English, Mrs ., in handsome wooden chest
plan. I Jesse Gossman Mrs Edward Norman I .................................s aa a
Mrs Gauzcni told of the modern of many uses $2.00
Jr., MillS Helen Norman, and (fir
trend toward the city manager plan
I film
Miss Kuhn. SIMPHONYELLfM
Dorothy
and explained the advantages of
Our best 24 let-
that form of city government ) stationery
The Woman Auxiliary of the ter sheets 24 note sheets
The club voted to make a five-
John's Church will I II and 48 $150
I St. Episcopal envelopes
dollar million! to the ChilstmasCheer
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fund. I i meet this afternoon at 3.30 clock I :
at the home of Mrs. R. F. Black-
The next luncheon meeting, It
was decided, will be held At the ford. d1
Bamboo Tavern I
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'I Sew )laJ"fUpid Now i a

OUTLOOK CIRCIE Sold b>' Beauty Parlor 6 -

RL.HHTS: OFFKFRSMl i I ... Q 4
fliers of the Outlook C r- Monlque liquid make-up blendis I
tit. of the Woman Society of :
a new beauty aid which Alice'sBeauty I
Christian Service of the Homestead I Parlor is recommending I j Chiropractic

Methodist Church were'' for a shiny face or nose. freckles Atomizer
unanimously re-electtd at a meet' I II And surface blemishes as well as Keeps You Fit! Perfume with
I Ing: Tuesday evening: at the home for a smooth-as satin complexion Cara Nome
of Mist McNeill.!
Mary
l tone. | Chiropractor hit Per.
uses
The officers Mrs. L. C. Dodd, I THE Cars Monte
are: It comes In four shadei-fair. I hands only. Delightful that Atsbottle.
applying
president; Mrs. Dave Williams, 1 with atomizer
brunette olive' and tan
them to adjust the fume blue
| iplnal vertebrae smart
and Mrs Allan Kls in
secretary; am, I Comes
I out of an abnormal position -
treasurer Mrs. Ivan Moser Is '
back to correct package. O0elr
position -
of the circle
sponsor The nominating committee \\1 DR. R. S. AKEIRS I | and function By doing I THE $10OW4
j so he relieves the
pressure
composed (>f Mrs. Williami. MissAntionette : T..et STORE
; from impinged nerves and allows -
Mo"I' md MN Mary DENTISTOffice : i
Eleanor Williams t the nerve force to flow \

Mrs J. J. Richards wu leader Hours: 9 a, m. to S P. m:: I without! any obstructions.

i' i Sundays: t to It ; I Hours: '.1%; 15. 6-I

i' "Dr. Leonard. : Closed Saturday : I i| Sunday by Appointment : FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

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FI'U" sad _,.... nalklnl'I I i Free Parking Space
I 1Dr. R. J. Elliott! MONOGRAM: BILL FOLDS i
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nu N. W. 3 TH ST 1\1I.urt. Choice of Pinseil Bison, Pigskin
or Alligator grain in blackor
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in c.M..r._rtni All Cn
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I WOMEN'S CLUBS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND HOME\ BEAUTIFICATION i

I HEALTH PICTURES SHOWN IN CLUBHOUSE CLASS Monday IRS evening DEMONSTRATIONAt meeting of j


r a I Social Events I I All club women in the district 31, In the Homestead Country the home Homestead beautification P T.course A. sponsored. the Instructor -
Club. Mrs James L. Bird
a* well tt other women who president Geo. N. Wikffield, made
would be interested, are Invited pointed Mrs T. Walker a demonstration if the making of
U attend the first of a series, of and Mrs. Edwin McGarrah co- cuttings and distributed gladioli
moving pictures on health Monday chairman of the dance. The members bulbs to those present
'night at 8 o'cloe'k in the WOIU.III', decided to dup plum for a Much of the time lit
CARRIE McCULLOUGH IS ELECTED was spent
MRS, 'Club bUildIng. The Dade County Christmas d.n ceMis .
I a discussion of plan making for
NOBLE GRAND OF LOCAL REBEKAH LODG:: Tuberculosis Association of Miami R. E. Sheiuid will entertain the home grounds
is supplying the flms. and the the club member at her home Next Monday evening Mr. \V tike-
I Junior U onions' Club of Home Dec. 23 at a Christmas party Inexpensive 'I field will demonstrate methods of
* Mr, Carrie McCullough was el- Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe Mrs. A. W. stead I* sponsoring the feature. gifts will be exchanged controlling Insects and diseases of
i ected noble grand of Liberty Ke- 1, Jones Mrs Chapman and Mrs. Mis Elfie Southerland, Members present at the meeting rnamcntals
.; bekah Lodge at meeting of the I L' ipl iigor. a song. "Put on Your registered were: Mr*. Harold Oxford, Mis
:;.. I lodge Monday night in the I. 0.a Old Grey Bonnet". by Mrs. H B. nurse and chairman of publk I Virginia Walton Mrs Burley Dan- ,
institutions and health of the Dade Local Worker4ttI1(1
O. F. hall. A district meeting Bcittic; and a dance by Mrs I. P. dy, Mrs L. T. Proctor Mr F. B '
> followed the local meeting.Mrs. McLean Dr. Irene Shanklin and I County. will Federation show the films of Women'sClubs and (Greene Mrs Stanley \\ittkop, Mrs Sunday. School Banquet

J. F. Cornell was elected Mrs Wolfe. I a short talk.Among give IE. A. Buchanan, Mr*. R. J. Elliott
vice-grand; Mrs. Blanche Chap- Sandwiches and coffee were I Mrs W. B. Caves. Jr. Mis Bruce Seven members of lie First
man recording secretary; Mrs. An- served. the films to be shown Ennls, \\Irs. Frank Bcrnecker, Mrs Baptist Church .'f ncMead were

na Messcrsmith financial secre- ,,,...,,.....,,......,,...,,.. ..,,,,,,,..,,,,,. during the hour's program Monday I Wilbiun Reed, Mrs Clifton De- among the 303 Sunday school I
tary; Mrs. Florence Paccttl treasurer The Calendar night are: "The ABC of' Food, Berry. Mrs Olin Wright Mrs. walkers who attended a banquet

; and Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, "...."",."..." "...._",..."."....." .,,,..,?,,,........, the Health""Care and of"The the Cloud Feet: In"Child the I Sherard Mrs Walker.11" Mc- Monday night in Miami Edison
>". trustee. Garrah Mis Bird, Miss Geraldine High School dining room that ell-
Mrs. Mcssersmlth was made representative Dec. 6-Meeting of Woman Sky, a picture of tubcrculosli Rellz and Miss Pearl \VhiUker maxed a week of study in Sunday

to the state assembly Auxiliary of Episcopal Church. The junior club will sponsor a Mrs Merman Thomas was a visitor School woik.Leaders .
meeting in Jacksonville In April Dec. 8-Election of officer of New Year's dance Tuesday Dec 1 at the meeting of the Miami Baptist

and Mrs. Cornell was made alternate Ad Astra Chapter of O. E, S. Association wen Introduced and

Dec 9-Meeting of Home Beau- W. M V, CIFCIESimE Christmas story and Mrs W. T. those who had completed many
Gifts for a Christmas box to be tification Group at 7:30: p. m. DECEMBER: MEETINGS McConnell and Mrs. J. Tom Viinn course In Sunday school was k
tent to the Odd Fellows orphanage Dec. 0-Health movies In Wo- I A program In connection with i read poems Miss Mabel Ruth were recognized.
In Gainesville should be man's Club building at 8 o'clock. week of prayer for foreign mis- Pope played several piano selection The workers adjourned to the
brought to the meeting on Monday Dec. Meeting of WPA art sions wan presented at a meetingof *. First Baptist Church to hear an
night, It was announced group at 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. in I. Circle One of the \\oman's Mis- The hostess served date nut cake Inspirational m<'t.snne by Dr.
Chamber of Commerce building.Dec. 'Prince Burroughs of the
A program after the lodge meetIng sionary Union of the First Baptist I and cofde Bap-
10-Meeting of Monday tist Sunday school be A.
Church of Homestead Wednesday HI
consisted of Present besides those
: a skit "Why mentionedwere
Music Club with Mrs G. I. Gault aftei at the home of Mrs I The llomestenl group consisted
They Joined the Rebekahs. by in Miami. noon : Mrs L A. Wise Mrs L. S. '
W D Cokcr of the pastor Dr. J. E. hnktone
,
i FltzhuKh, Mrs E. J Pope, Mrs
Dec. 11-Meeting: of Woman's Mrs I : and MI'8.V.. T McConnell Mix
Julia I Polk gave a talk nn W B Myrlck and Mrs, O, M:
CIRCUS HUEEEK Club of Homestead at 3 o'clock. "Educationoik In Argentina Hodges. Ellen Viinn, J. Q. Caldwell P R,
OF PRAYER PROGRAMS Dec II-Meeting of Redland P. and Mrs J. T Martin spike on''I Snyder, Myron Grennell and T.
T. A. at 8 Circle Five met at the home of
p m 1\1\1.1 C. bhackletordXaranji .
A week of prayer of the Woman "Education Work in Japan '
Dec II-Book Review Club Mrs C. E. Saunders Wednesday
Union of 'he First Catherine Pickard -
Missionary gave a
meeting In library.Dec. afternoon. Mrs. S. L West gave a I
de\'otlon-I
Church of Homestead will al on "peace. MUMMI ElectNew
Baptist *
talk the B be: schools In
12-Meet ng of Junior Music on Shanghai -
a close this afternoon when a pro- Others present were: .
Officers
I'oMOIt
China Mis E. L. Lawrence
Club ;
with Mary Frame and
I I
gram of "The Prince of Peace the Morgan MM W. B. Caves JrMis .. .
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Ruth Rutland at 8 o'clock. I the schools of Kirpong, China:
World" will be Elmer Sullivan Mis Harry Palma Vista
Only Hope of the Dec. Presbyterian Auxiliary' I and Mrs. Walter Frazier. training Lodge of Nirai.i
presented by Mrs S. L. West in Hall Mrs Q Myers Mrs Annie schools in Roumania F. and A. 1\1. hits elected the following -
the Sunday School building.Mrs. meeting.Dec. R. Butler, and Mrs. T. D. Plchc I officers for 1941: worshipful .
13-Meeting of Princeton Mrs T Klrbnnd Mrs S. H The next meeting will be held mastci L. II Oreer: senior
A. D. Smith presented"Tidings a Home Demonstration Club with Fitch ; :short talks on foreign I at the home of Mrs E. II Collier I warden Olin C Edwards; Junior
Monday morning on -
program Mrs
Walter Peterson. Jan. 8. I
of Peace." Mrs Bert Andrews Dec. 19 missions at a meeting<< of Clcle on warden Sam J )1,1\1.; secretary
spoke on "1I<1ll1ng In Nigeria -Legion and Legion Four at the home of Mrs J. R Others present besides those Henry ifchrcii'; and Ires surer. A.
Auxiliary Christmas supper party Pope Wednesday. Mrs Kirby mentioned were: Mis H. E. Red' L. Htmmlngs
Mrs Charles Martin, on
; at 6:30: in Legion hall. talked on China and Mrs Fitchon In. Mrs J. C. Vann Mrs. W. D.I
"Healing In China"; Mrs Julia Dec. 16-Meeting of Garden Jipnn I Homo Mrs. Frank Irwin, Airs Mrs. Gerda Freadll's.: S.Proctor

Polk on "Added Reasons for Lot- Club at home of Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mrs J. Lawrence Scott told a I T. C. Se fert, Mr*. E. L. Lawrence and Mi'*. M M. Lawrence
tie Moon Christmas Offering"; .
end Mrs. W. T. McConnell Mrs. Dec 16-Homestead High School
Polk Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Band concert.

Smith on "Southern Baptist Work Dec. 17-Rotiry Christmas! party I I
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in Nigeria and China.
Dec. 17-W. S. C. S. Christmas Ii
Others present Monday were: :
party In Homestead
Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs. C. E. Give her
Church. a
Saunders Mrs. Pete Morgan Mrs Mcthodist.i
L. A. Wise, Mrs. Frank Irwin Dec. 18-Meeting of
Mrs. J. Tom Vann, Mrs. J, Lawrence Club at home of Mr*. J

Scott Mrs. R. E. Edwards, land. I !
and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence. Dec. 20-All day meeting of I Permanent Wave

Mr*. T .D Plche1 had charge of Homestead Home Demonstration'
a program on "Prayer for Peace Club. I

Tuesday; Mrs. Morgan spoke on Dec. 23-Christmas party of,
"ManchurIa Pleads for Prayer": Junior Woman Club at homo of as a Christmas gift
Mrs. S. A. Proctor on "Evangelism I Mrs. R. E. Sherard. I i

In Brazil": and Mrs Wise on "My. Dec. 31-New Year dance given ,
Hope for the Church". by Junior Woman Club In''
I 'i
Other present Tuesday were: Homestead Country Club.

Mrs. Catharine Pickard, Mrs. G, I Jan. 4-Meeting of Jennie Lob. ,
A. West, Mrs McConnell Mrs. J. dell Circle with Mrs. Geo. Bnrnei

Lee Smith, Mrs Polk Mr, W. B. Jan. 6-Business meeting of f1
Caves Mrs. S, A. Turner Mrs Irwin -
Junior Woman Club of Homestead {}
Mrs. Edwards. Mrs. J. Tom .
Vann, Mr, E. H. Collier, Mrs.
Jan. 6 of Y. W A.
-Meeting
Saunders 1111'1. Andrews Mrs =tI

Scott Mrs. S. H Fitch Mn A. E. 1 i i \
Paul mission study course wa completed -

Thursday's program on "Tidings the middle of November

i\ of Peace through Publication" | Mrs Casper Williams presented I l !
was presented by Mrs. Edwards. a program on Investing Our Heritage -

: Talks on the "Lighthouses of I I In Social Evangelism" Those ;I : A Tliermlquo wave will be a constant satisfaction, Itrequires
Peace' were given by Mrs T. C.I taking part were: Mis Lloyd Field ,

Shaekleford Mrs. Orlando \\o\-\ Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg. Mrs C. i little care it falls Into modishsacs and
lam, Mrs Lee Smith and Mrs D. Faker and Mrs J. A. McNeill. I I

Cave Mr t Howard Johnson gaveli I Others present were: Mrs David smart effects, and it is alwaj'g\oit, silky and lustrous.
a talk on "God'* Word in I

tina" and Mi'*. Smith a Arllen-I MRS FIEDI11GHES I Phone for an appointment now
"Mexico Pleads for Prayer TO BF CUB: SPEAKER

Other attending were: Mr*. An-I Mrs Fled V. Hughes of Miami

drew. Mr. G A. West Mrs. will speak on Seeds and Flowersfor Other Gift Suggestions
Mrs. J. R. Chambliss Mrs Irwin. | South Florida" at a meeting of
Mr*. Saunders Mrs. Lawrence. i the \Vomans Club of Homestead

tone Mrs. Morgan, and Dr. J. E. John :' Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in RON Ion lip stick and nail polish: sets' .........$1.2. up
the club building A business meeting -

will follow the program. L'Orlc perfume in small potter cases ............... 1.;'0
OUTLOOK CIRCIE WILL
,
GIVE CHRISTMVS PARTY blend 1 shades. ...., 1.00
Be sure that your rye are a* Momque liquid make-up .....
The Outlook Circle of the Woman -
food a* your brakf*-have them ,
'* Society of Christian Service :
tested at least once each year
will entertain the other three circles -
at a Christmas I party Dec 17 .
I DR. F. ARCHER ALICE'S BEAUTY PARLOR
'
in the Sunday School building i Mrs

B. M. Hindman. president<< an' AND SON ,
It 14 MrCrory Arcade Phone 109 \Yw'
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nounced at a business meeting of
Consulting Optometrist
all the circles Tuesday In the I
church. The Outlook Circle was 1621 W. FUcler SL, :Miami Fla.
7111 tin losing circle in the efficiency
contest conducted for several \ 1100 1'.1,0.Ga.Rep.lr04 Grwsd I

month. | I
Dlrwton of The An.r Mrs J. J. Richard. mission: iVbool for OptfctoM '
study chairman reported that the I) l'




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uniting, ;;- his mother, Mrs. S Matt- Florida Produces Eighty Cent-
son of Cape Sable, and his lifter per
:Hi, '. Johnny BeikcrMi : I

f In and Around und Mis Chester HU11le1.1 Of Country's Output- of Phosphate


ol Coral Gables and their con, i Tirnpn Der. 5--Todiv. as theih'er waste ponds of former" "I', ,r ..1 t of i '
the week-end vislt-' bells and white There ,
Bunny spent wlddlnu are several comma| c u 11'
Homestead 11111> at the home of Mr and Mrs. nation tanks to Its arms and resources gaged In recovering tin ill,(' pho sphiite -
J K. Scott. Ii Florida us the lending ."

state In the production of phos- II Professor Phelps dec'I.1l'I'd I I that
Or W. L. Vcrcoe is ill at his phate, assumes a vital role In na- due to the great advancement m
1 1I home this week tional defense, declared Willard mechanical and flotation method
\11 and MLs" ,'IlI.J II I I" IforJ i h Juts \11 ('I'h. Alfred T. ;
I hll..I"I Sunday film' I ", 'pit trip EldiidKi "id" Guy Austin. all of B. Phelps, University of Tampa 1 used In mining I phosphate\ it new
:, 1 minter i Like, \V.h .did' lit'1 0 .t- Miami In tin evening the group Mr and Mrs. Eugene Titus of professor of geology, In an interview Is possible to exploit deposits, tint I
attended the third annual Junior Portland, N. Y., arrived yesterdayto here. formerly were considered noncommercial -
t. it visit with Mrs Titus' mother, Florida produces 80 per cent of .
Worn.in" Club cabaret
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I ---- I II Mrs B. M Faircloth, until after this country's phosphate output,I "Thus thousands of
\it, and Mrs John n Davis of according to Professor Phelps the many tons ,
i John Fredrioks, a post graduate ChristmasMr have been added to Floi id.i's phosphate -
,1' -plin.1 Mo, aimed last Friday; I remaining 20 cent
I 'student Jt tiw-VIII\'ersily of Florida and Mrs. E. J. Reid of per coming reserves," he said. "Phosphate -
'nd the winter In Hormsteadl I from South Carolina and Tennes
-11 Conklinville, N. Y., arrived Sun-
tl week-end with hi
spent ); Is extremely important is a
John E.
I i \ are the parents of '
day for the season seeThe I fertilizer after it has !been
i n I' operator of the Sinclair Seri I Florida deposits, he said, converted -
Mr. and Mrs James Yancey of J to the soluble form of acid
I station on S. Krome avenue. 'Miami were week-end guests of Mr and Mr.. Ralph Desmondand are second only to those of North I calcium phosphate, and also as i
I Mrs Yancey's parents, Mr and Fred Brockett of North Haven, Africa where Italy, driven by her constituent of many explosives:'
I
hos Campbell who recently en- Mrs. C tl Stctfanl Conn., arrived Saturday for the desperate need for the fertilizer. is
1 1"\" I 'in the army and is now j winter. In the midst of a strenuous cam-

't 1.llllIned t at Camp McDtll near ''I The Rev andl.h Jesse E. Wallr pa I m. PONTI\C PRIOD OF LOYALTY
Tint i i, is home on a furlough to'1!. of Princeton announce the birth I W. I Three types of commercial phosphate -
Dr C. Hargens and his Quickest and
-, a t l h..is father. J. W. Campbell I ores are land pebble, hard sure"t'a 10
lof a son yesterday in University grandson, and their housekeeper, I check ,
I I i and up on the worth 01 i car
rock, soft rock, the geologist
hospital in Coral Gables. Mrs. E. Walton, arrived recently Is find ,
to out who it md
buys I by.
\11 '. A J. Campbell aeeompand I stated, The land pebble phosphateIs '
| d 'I"% l Itel' sister, Mrs E. P. Wilson Mrs T. B Veasey;; -and sons Paul from South Dakota. They are occupying I the most abundant: and is mined During 1940 more than 43 per Lent;
the Doxsee
cottage on of ull Pontlacs soldunt l
new
,, topersons
.r iKuoid, left Wednesday tot mainly in Polk County
and Tyler Jr" will arrive tomorrow
Twelfth street
who
owned Pon-
already
ml l \\eek with mother sister, I
i
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where The
from Louisville Ky. phosphate-bearing bed Is
I tiacs
Average trade- alv\\!
1 same
M II- :1D.. Almond in Wudgei- they have been visiting Mrs Vea : Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Davis have ,I called the Bone Valley gravel, for a three-year'old Pontiac \% ,J.;
CNit
bum< s sey's mother purchased the Fry cottage on which consists of a conglomerateof $391'73Don't'
Broadway !I pebble phosphate, sand and
.111" :Mrs J. R. Byrum had I Mrs. E. L. Lawrence and her i clay. The thickness of the Bone
,I' lusts Sunday. Mr. and Mrs biother-in-law, Cleland Lawrence, I I Valley gravel is from 13 feet to 50 forget the Seminole/ Indian .
Mrs. S. J. Busha of Bufoid, Ga.,
JIIII"I Abraham of Coral Oables : were accompanied on their return I feet, of which one-third may be sale-gifts, dolls aVI'on.i has-
arrived to the win
Tuesday spend
kets-nt the Citizen Bank Dldg
I from a one-week stay in Damascus phosphate.The
son-in-law and
with her
ter
.. William Grantham son of Mrs Ga. by Mr. Lawrence's mother hard Krome A\e, Dec. 7, Saturday
I daughter, Mr and Mrs. Paul Helay I rock phosphate Industry I
T B Gmntham, spent the Thanksgiving I Mrs. M M. Lawrence, who will I centers mainly In Citrus morning 10 o'clock by Woman
holidays with his grandparents here. the I I Auxiliary, St John's Episcopal
spend the winter During Mr. and Mrs Coley Jones of and Marlon counties In the vicinityof
Mr. and Mrs W. T. Watkins trip Mn E L Lawrence also visited I Ocala and Dunnellon. Church.-Adv.
I! : Tuskegee, Ala., were guests here The I
in Plant City her mother, Mis Nellie B !,Monday and Tuesday phosphate occurs in the form of
Bridges, in Blakely. i I pockets, lenses and irregular

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynoldshave I I Mrs. H. M. Degltr Is recoveringfrom I masses In the Alachua formation Prompt, Courteous Service
as guests for several weeks Miss Catherine Stcffanl was taken her recent Illness. I which Is about three million years
Mn Reynolds' brother and sinter- to the James Archer Smith Hospital old. Its deposition Is probablydue at the
Ill-law Mr. and Mrs Pete Richter for medical treatment Monday to the replacement of lime
Mr and Mrs R. Dixon and
IIf Cairo, Ga. stone and marl by
circulating
daughter, Catherine moved recently SINCLAIRService
I I I to Silver Palm. water, Professor Phelps said
Mi* Mildred Smgletarv, of Mi- Mr. and Mrs Walter Thompson I
The soft phosphate Is associated!
ant, was a week'end guest of Miss ,have as guests Mws Catherine Hall Mrs A. Oxland left Sunday for with both the land pebble and
Hi' more Holferty in South Alla- land Glenn Hall of Indlannapolis Station
"
Miami where she has secured em- hard rock deposits and was gen-
I 1'.II1.h Gardens aMl.; ployment.Mrs. erally lost in mining and washing
'
I Mr. David Fred-
parent, i
operations In the past, the professor -
I' ,meron Fink of Ithaca N. Y., ricks. John E. Davis, Prop.
pointed out. I
E. J. Rhodes is
spending
\ ,s,tell recently at the home of a
I few weeks visiting her daughter, "This phosphate," he said "Is I S. Krome Ave. Phone 8110
of
Mi mid Mr :A J \ .111f.H'ler.: Angel]>n Bussev daughter
Mr and Mis A A Bussey, Is ill Mrs. M D. Ingrain in Mnmi' now being reclaimed from the

\\ 1lId I Lewis of Tillihxiee, ari :with pneumonia in the Dade County \- -- -
i I \ psterd' to visit friends in : hospital it Kendall.InuOODU"111.,111,11,000U. I II

II -ti ,id fat several week /....'...'...."",1,1,11 I II I

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\' Virgin! frick and Miss [ I
11 11\,1,i, students at Stetson Unl- By Mrs W U. Sorry

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ot IXI..md spent the """''''''' "' ''''''''?''''''' ''?':'''''
1- i Lei's All Get Behind
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"< i 11'\' 1J1, holidays In Home- and :Mrs Roger Snow off, I
I. I III | Fort Pierce and their infant son
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I'spent the Thanksgiving holidays ,

M .nil .\It! \ h, i ,in Jacobs i had with relatives here,
,- M its S'ud, I i\ :Mi 1I1d i Mrs This Slogan:
11.111 old I MH, k Mr, mid :Mis Van Private Richard Mattaon of
Hi In-, :Mr jut :M 11'1: :\Mink-: Camp McDill spent the week-end

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Jacksonville Fla Dec 5 (Speci continue through Jan. 31.

Big Parade to Announce i! Wise Use of Leisure Time i i Senior Class Selects .ill\-a Florida bank account CCC enrollees when theirenrollment willhave I I The that new the allotment enrollee will plan be provides permitted --

First Basketball Game, Three wise uses of leisure time i White Caps and Gowns expire with which to 1 to retain 0:8h of his $30

I{fare I music! athletics, and reading I dress up and go job hunting If monthly wage ( personal
Friday, the 13th will be a lucky If a person uses his leisure time I The senior class hs selected l the they see fit under a change of 'spending while In camp, u at present -
I day for students of Homestead to play some musical Instrument caps and gowns for graduation and plant for allotments announcedhere I' Instead of remitting the remaining -
I High School, for on that date the I I he might turn out to be a great Chas made an excellent choice Both today by the state welfare $22: per month home, In
,
school expects to stage one of the, I musician or even 1( he doesn't become I boys and girls are going to wear board. The change la effective Jan- the event he has dependents he
i biggest parades in its history. The I great he will always have the all white gowns: the mortar boards uary 1. will be required to send but $1S

event is the first home basketball, I pleasure of playing his musical instrument |will be white with a green and At the same time the bOArd. The other $7 per month will be deposited -
t game of the season and the Grow- white silk tassel The colors on the which it the selecting agency for I to his credit and will be

ers expect victory over Miami Another wise use of leisure timeIs tassel lie the school colors and Florida, announced that the next handed over to him in a lump sum

\ Beach.. I exercising By exercising! you I this combination with the white enrollment would begin Jan. 2 and when his enrollment expires
will begin from the
The parade I can make your body strong and gowns will beerj' effecti\e I Under this plan an enrollee who
blah school at 2:30: next Friday
I The seniors half-holi
r healthy and keep your mind fresh enjoyed a interesting study of Christmas: remained In lamp for 12 months
from there through the
and march day last Wednesday afternoon for
I and alert. Exercise prepares for the Mrs. Hood and pupils are sorryto would accumulate a reserve of $84
of town
i business section I life ahead.I perfect attendanceHomestead Junior Fitzhugh has been Those who none two vears the
will be headed b say
The parade y One cf the best uses of leisure absent quite a few days. The pupils maximum time, would leave camp
school band and
the followed 49-piece by high the Pep Club and |I time Is the reading of good books High Holds are enjoying decorating the room with twice that amount. i

cheer leaders, patrol and student I A person can always get a book Pep Assembly SessionThis for Christmas.Mrs. Florida's next quoin has not yet
to read, and in his Imagination he been announced but indicationsare
welcomes
body Each home room will be.1 Cooper's room a
represented by banners or posters can see the sights of far-away week's assembly was the new student, Joanne Doxsce Theyare that all eligible applicants will
Every department of the schoolIs lands and experience the adventures first pep session of the new basketball beginning a study of Eskimo be accepted according to Jack
backing the basketball team and I of the characters of the book. season. Harry Martin in- life Each pupil has filed the number Horne, state welfare board direc-

I wishes for it victory I Book reading Increases yourknowledge troduced our seven new cheerleaders of books he has read so far tor of enrollment Due to the fact
of the world and the who led ua In a few this year and the room Is proud of that fewer applications are on file

TO PLAY VARIOUS GAMES I customs of the world's people cheers this record. No one has read less in the offices of district welfare
-Eugene Lott. The Pep Club formed the word than five books, and five pupils boards than at the beginning of

., Games to be played by the boys, "Homestead" and the "Bicycle have read thirty or more books. any previous enrollment period,

of H H. S. during the year are: Howard West Is Chosen Built for Two" while the band The pupils in Mrs. Bird's room Horne said that the outlook for acceptance -
paddle tennis, hone shoes, hand played "Daisy", m the corps was exceptionally
For University Band welcome a new pupil, Betty Jo
tennis goal hi, wall paddle, tennis Trip I The A and B basketball teams Diet from, Virginia bright
quoits and many others gave us an example of their splen- Those desiring to enroll were
The first basketball game of the, Howard West, a freshman at did playing 'and Mr. Bleier told Mrs. Flfteld's room has prettynew advised to make applications at

season will be played at Ponce de the University of Florida, has become the date of the first game of the I Christmas decorations The the nearest district welfare office '
bulletin board is decorated wltltFlandert i
Leon Dec 10, and the first home a member of the university'sband season Friday, Dec 13
game will be with Miami Beach of 86 pieces. A recent card We all hope the thirteenth will field" poem
tohe Homestead I Mrs Wynn and her havewelcomed
Friday, Dec 13 High School be a lucky date for the boys. pupils Alta Webster Is Elected
The teams were Introduced to, Band from Howard states that of Helen Norman a new pupil, Ova White
the student body Tuesday at as- I the 75 band boys chosen to make from Little River School in Miami To Field Hockey Varsity
.mbly.Wilbur Caves the trip to Atlanta with the football I -Var Rheney
team, he was one of the fortunate The tenth grade class welcomes
I ones.Howard I Holland Hargens a new student I Miss Alta Webster of Homestead ,
Home EC Girls Apply was a member of the from Hot Springs, S D. Hand and Glee Clubs was elected this week to the

Stains and VarnishesThe I Homestead High School Band and I Give Concert Dec. 16 Agnes Scott field hockey vanity

played first trumpet. His family ELEMENTARY SEWS I |lit was announced by the college

Interior decorating class presented him with a new Conn The Homestead High School I toddy The star tram was chosenby
Visited the Homestead Furniture I trumpet for a graduation gift and Miss Jackson's pupils are having band and glee club will present[ a student-fiuultv council on the
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Store during class recently. They Howard has made good use of it fun saving pennies to buy recordsfor a program of light and serious I I basis of performance: in interclass
i at the university music appreciation. They are Dec 16 Net hockey games played this season.I .
saw the furniture made of various I I music on in the a King I
woods and finished in different Howard has a natural talent for also enjoying their new book, "The Cooper auditorium There will be I Miss Webster daughter of Mr
stains and finishes which they mUsIc. His being able to sight read Wonderful Hammer," presented to no admission charge but an offering I and Mrs Julian H. Webster IS In
have been.studying Some of these I readily, transpose and harmonize them during Book Week by Mrs. I will be takenAt her third year at Agnes Scott She

are bleached mahogany, wheat makes him a valuable addition to Gallaher thin time the watch which I iis active on the campus iv j ''nemI -
finish, glow finish, bleached wal- any band. The pupils In Mrs. Edwards' I W. H. Woods donated for the benefit I ber of The .iViletn' .i-Miciatlon

nut, white maple red maple and Homestead High School and the room are enjoying their new pink I of the band, will he mirdod. board
I Bowl. Two pictures "The Boy and -----
birdseye maple. band department are justly proudof I
Last the record Howard is making I His Dog and "The Cleaners"were ,
week the class enjoyed experimenting i
at the university bought with their P. T. A
wIth various stains including .. .. membership dollar to decorate the : The Best Seed is the
walnut oak, and mahogany I. ''' "'' room. In connection with then

clear varnish and wax. They Homestead Girl ScoutsBy nature study a committee chosen I

Used these stains and wild varnisheson I MARY SIBFR. Scribe I from the room has just finished i Cheapest Seed Regardless

and mahogany oak.Spanish. pine tamarind "."..."""....",,,...nu,,uo..nuu"' ,,,,,,,'"'"..,,..,,.... planting some nasturtiums An- :
i other committee was appointed to)
Girl Scout Troop No 15 met see that the plants were wateied of the Price

'Tuesday afternoon at the home of Miss Thurmans room welcomestwo
Class Enjoys Mrs. Frank Skill and Mrs. Skill, I Booth )
new pupils Billy from NEW CROP TOMATO SEEDKille's
Evening at Redd HomeThe out leader was in charge. Coral Gables and Nancy Edwards I

The Snapper Creek Boy Scout I from Montana. The room itself Grothen Globe
camp l is to be the girl scouts' next looks
I very pretty all dressed for
first up
class
year Spanish enJoyed -
its meeting last Tuesday cnmp Mrs Cook was here for 'Christmas The pupils also enjoy : Kille's "X"Glick's
thirty minutes of first aid
night at Mrs Fred Redds home j looking for new sprouts on the nar-
Mrs. Blackfoid was here and we clsus bulbi I Colco Globe
much. A contest held I
wry quiz was
are to sell tags again for the
The pupils in Miss
In which but the Ray's room
no one boys Glick's Grothen GlobeGlick's
.Christmas Cheer fund Saturday,
played. Marlow Jacobsen was the i decided to buy six new jump ropes
winner. I December 14 \\e are to have nI and a pan of fish with their P T Rutgers
I booth In the fair again tills year. A. money They have it.irtcd an
Spin the bottle and cross-ques i I It will be a first aid and information I Glick's Marslobe
tions and crooked answers were booth.Our .

played in Spanish. A cross-word | yearly "Christmas Carol" I aft .40, Ferry-Morse Grothen Globe
puzzle was worked, also In SpanIsh I will be held on Dee 23, at 5:15: P'I ,,
''m., at Biyfront Park at the foot I Ferr-Morse lLh'ingstonOl

Delicious refreshments were I I of N. E. Third street on the bleat'hlers I, Globe

served. and the class came back facing the street The troop a : Jin
fl/tJJagt /
i .,
to Mrs. Gee's home In the patrol having the highest 1 percentage receives | root Ferr)'- lorse Pritchard Topper
truck. The class appreciated and a gift Everyone is 1 III | BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
enjoyed going out to Mrs Redd's wear a uniform or a dark skirt :
home. and It wishes to thank her and light waist We practiced! I j leading li Important I* the
very much. I songs tn sing Bellegene Bullairi'wis program .f the Icy Scants ..fA".rl.e Hector Supply Co

-Frances Rutland I' hostess I II l This feelings greet how boys'much ar.palliation .

time boys speed la reading -
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AIRPLANE :MODELS SHOWN i and what aa knaortm oar* bane JT

Our new display case Is filled at Lei GARLIC Help Fight + It plays to ,...*. train!**. S, Flagler ,\n. Homestead Fla.
the present time with a collection Tkots why they MilkBOYS'
Harmful Colon Bacteria
of model airplanes made bv David I
Barnes Oat td sort.t N.rmful bacteria la leeama.tet LIFEA

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Redland Rattler Junior High ScheduleAnnounced by CoachThe CLASSIFIED ADSRATE I


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\oungci boys of junior high l'

school: age I'l''el'Y enthusiastic : Tint Insertion 10* a line, subsequent Insertion
DORA SCOTT and ILA JEW IRMIN Editor
about the junior high basketball S* a line ,

team. Our coach announced tint .
there are about thirty-five boys. '

BAND Five elegatesttl'nd nearly all of the eighth' and ninth FOR EXCHANGE :MISCELLANEOUSReal

REDLAND County Council :MeetingThe grades trying out for this team

I Their schedule Is to be as fol- TRADE Estate Leans

lows: 40 acres ALLAP\TT\H GARDENS
BE HELPED -
TO LOANS: TO BUILD, MODERNIZFREPAIR ,
monthly meeting of the Monday Dec. William Jennings :I east of Princeton for Residential, Grove
Dade Bryan here. I Miami vacant or impiovcd
County Federation of Stu-
BY NEW GROUP .dent Councils met at Miami Beach Tuesday. Dec IT-Edison, here I! SEWELL REALTY INGRA- and Business Property
From $30 to $5: ,000-from 6 mo. to
I I High School last Monday afternoon Thursday Dec. 19-Home.tead. I,I HAM BLDG.. MIAMI (nli-d6)) 5 vears

Dec. I. Delegates going to here. No Down 'm.'nt-No Red Tape
\ i The Rcdlnnd Band Parent Association this meeting from Redland Student Tuesday Jan. 7-Edison. there i I FOR KENT SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS .

i was formed at a meeting Council were Mary Engel Marjorie Tuesday Jan. 14-Ponce de Leon i i $200 for 36 mo.- Repay $6.39 mr>
4 the auditorium Monday Lewis, Wanda Sickle Dora there. .FOR RE\T-Bveck or month
held in I' $500 for 36 mo-Ripnv $1197 mi ,
Thursday Jan. Homestead In Povernlr, la croom with
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Scott and Forest Burke I
'j t night : $1500 for 60 mo Repay $3250
I J A. Rothl'rham'at elected I|I The delegates left early Monday there. : adjoining batli raono S6B-J mo tAsk
land' Thursday Jan. 23-Homestead. :: %f (dfl)
president: C. A. Cox vicepresident ,, visited Technical High Schoolin for FREE Estimates
Mrs A. L. Campbell secretary Miami on their to the beach there.
; way here.I I,FUR; RENT 8 ibfltns and bithI Without Obligation
; and Mrs. H A Aman tieas- 'I The students there showed them Frldav Jan. 24-Hialeah. I Modern houtc Phone 528-J We also have FHA LOANS for

urer. I through all the irious departments here.Monday Feb lo-Homeltead.1 I I (pnU) New Homo, pn able monthly

Clarence Gray director of .
.1'I Mrs over 20-n years.
I
/ of made Friday, Feb. 14-Kenlock Park FOR RENT-75 acres of good bean
the band, spoke progress At the federation meeting the Lit u' supply your HUILDIV

I this vc n'. and Principal Carl Wagner delegates decided to order some here land. See L. P. Kendrick East NEFJJS Prompt Sem,'rKKOOKIR .

l poke of the value of music official stationary for the federa- Monday, Feb. 17-Little River I I I Campbell St. or Justice of Peace LIMRIR ('O. INC'.

All expressed appreciation for tion of councils Plans were discussed I here. S. L. Kendrick I. O. O. F Hall Phone 112 H"m< Mi dd, Hn
Friday, Feb 21-Ponce de Leon, '
shown the (pn29)
the enthusiasm by 451 I for the state convention here,

I band members In drilling for the I which Is to be held in Miami this FOR RENT-Clean. all electric WANTED :
Orange Bowl Festival on NewYear's spring They voted to have the
furnished with fire-
: I BOOSTER nt'BIEETS: apartment
Eve and Day program the same as at previous place. Mrs. Evil Collins Fed- TUTORING WANTED '
Monday morning various students high
t'[ "This Redland band Is superior
conventions with only minor variations in the high school received ,! eral Highway, Biscayne Drive school und grade school subjects.

[ to any Redland band In the past All enjoyed refreshmentsand invitations to join the Boosters at Modello. (n22tf) Mrs H J. Armstrong, A. D,
f
it was stated. It is superior as asf dancing In the patio of the '
Club. All of these charter members Plummer drive and Country
concert organization and it is developing high school after the meeting I FOR RENT-10 acres tomato or I
met with the cheerleaders In Club road
I
J| into one of the classiest our gymnasium during the fifth II vegetable land. Mrs. Chas. Camp,

). outfits in this section of the state. R. F. D. Homestead, Flan .
It will be one of the top flight LATIN CLUB ORGANIZED period. i ( .22d6)FOR CLEAN RAGS WANTED: Wit
marching bands of the Orange They decided to wear caps and I II exchange subscription or adv-

Festival." A group of students who have I emblems and to sit In one section RENT-Clean, all electric tiling for clean rags. Leadei-

The parent voted to sell four!:previously taken Latin or who are at every game. i I furnished apartment. Mrs. Eva EnterpriseNOTKF .

tickets each for the Redland music taking Latin at present. met with They practiced the yells wIth the Collins Federal Highway, Biscayne -

festival which will be held soon I Miss Harkness. Latin teacher I cheerleaders i Drive at Modclla OF AI'r IrATION FOR
Wednesday afternoon after schoolto A similar meeting I was held the (s20tf) TAX m' 'nhaptrr 1
to help the band financially Election'I' ( 1-tM-AM. of It'l-FII.! ANu4NOTICE
I second I I
The next meeting It was decided organize a Latin club. Mary period on Friday ) IR "'.RII'Y' CIVfN THAT
I Lillian :of officers in this organization has: FOR SALE r.orroF Wale. holder of lit... and ro.ml
will be Wednesday Engel was elected president; ) '. .... .
on Tax ( .1111. )No rift. gIM ..d tt \
ing. before the P.-T. A. even-I Andrews. vice-president; Colleen been postponed to a later meeting. j I II ,Im,in) the nth tax at A wiMt A. D 505'
McVicker Wanda I EXCELLENT PURCHASE New haa filed. Mmr In my .",.... and tlal ma.tathcmm
Ila Jean Irwin Is drill master of secretary: """" "' """" RaM ('vrllflralM .mb...-. the I ilInwlni ,
the band and Joy and Carol Lee I Sickle, treasurer; and Dora Scott, ; 1-room house with 2>j acres iWrlbnl'' property ,In the county
chairman. I Redland Girl ScoutsBy 1' House! never occupied: bath of Pad. Slat* of Horl.la' to-wlt, ,
are majorettes program Lore 9 -. nix-k 4. Nnrthwmt ,"." ,
| toilet electric light, reduced to land. ii SuMn Plot IL..k It. Pan 11, III
I The club Is to hold its next ROSEMARY: BIRK, Scribe :
$1,600. Terms $1.000 cash bal- the County of Ducfo, State of Fiorld.. M rut ,

Homestead Principal meeting Wednesday afternoon. 1."".,".."......",""".""",,",,,..,..,.......,,"".".." ance $12S per year for 5 years, b.meat.....of,In MH tllflr.l.property No under tins the Th.Mid,...Cer..,

Is Assembly Speaker I : The meeting was opened with! Interest 6%. No roaches no termites Nitrate leaned wu In the name of Unknown
Lola I U It. Mark 4. Norlhfrol HlihInndt -
MISS DANIEL IS HONORED the flag salute and the singing of I IAmerica' I no bed bugs Better act a II ibdn I lat Hnok tt f n 11, in
quickly (ddtf). the of Mile, rloriln:i ,
I" The was'' Counlr State of urn -
The ninth grade girls sponsoredour suggestion braced ,In C rtlflrnlr No tt Thr ......'
I We were proud when we heard that the Scouts do I Ii .. ,,
assembly program last week brought up CHRISTMAS VINE plants and meal f aid prnp'Hy .1. the old C.
that our Spanish teacher Miss volunteer Red Cross work. The tin-.i. l lel-d .?. ,ln ihrn.mr of t'. nnw"
Kate Gautler read the Bible I andannounced i I almond .
young tropical trees I"I 18 Illnk I. )rlhwf.t H.hUniU' 0
the program Mr, Hind-i I Helen] Daniel. was elected publicity Scouts are also going next Tuesday for sale. Also cuttings of H?"ndn I'let II..,k a. 'mrr III. In the,
I chairman of the Florida chapterof to the home to takemeasurements pur- C,,,inly of P..I.. Hlalr "f PV.rl.U. .. ..".
Homestead county
of
man, principal ,1 bougamvillea Mrs. N. G.
I I Ii ple nrirol In Crnlflriitr Nn 2IKI Th. .w
School spoke to us on "The Real : the American Association of in order to make a Ball 13 N. E. Eighth St. men ..f uM prop,'rly under the said C.llfl.l ". ,
Meaning of Patriotism. The) Teachers of Spanish. Miss Daniel ,i few things for the smaller children I <-. l I..".., ... In the mm of lieknown. ,

Homestead boys' glee club sang has organized a PanAmericanClub Christmas carols were practiced FOR SALE-Ducks and chickensany Unlw..nid Ortlfkalra shall h. rrdrrnfd y I

two numbers "Cornfield Medley1 In our school and has done I The meeting was closed number M. Rosen Peacock rroHlnir In taw the property ......,,-
rd Ihrrrln will l In ",Id In the hl.h.et hMHrr
and Standing in the Need of much to arouse the interest of with the singing of taps Lodge Richard rood and .. the Coot H"IIM d,."r on the fir ,
the students In Spanish. I Waldm drive (d6) Monday ,In the month of January. l 4which '.
Prayer Present were: Marie Rogers.
I I. Inn nth day of January. 1MIDawd
Mr Snyder spoke to us about -- Kathleen Wagner Sarah Vihlen Ihli' IDIh day of )Nmrrmlor lOIn

the basketball team and intro- The world history students have Kathryn Levy Grace Burry Rose-][ ABOUT throughout a 10-room, bath, house toilet celled wired circuit' r"url F. B Had IFATHmWANI I.ounlr. FI.rid.

duced the new cheerleaders. Mr. Hennmgton, Rosemary .' Circuit' Court Ural
mary Rurk
been hard this week
working/ preparing for electricity but not connected, nv )N r tTFRRFTT. D P .
Caldwell sang Hes My Uncle" notebooks or units on the Kathleen Campbell, Charlotte II nice lawn big barn with cement I Nor It. 2H rw II. II. 10 10401ru .
and "I Am an' American" after history of Greece They began with Murry, Peggy O'Brlen. Melba Col-{[ (floor some pumping machinery;

which he led the assembly in these very ancient Greece and wrote lins, Evelyn Gossman Miss also About'nx acres old grape NOTICE: OF "rl'I\'A110" FOR

songs Mr. and Mrs. Gray led us about :ts history all through the foot and Mrs A. L. Campbell.DR.M.A.BERGER Ker-I fruit, 2 acres seedling avocados, TAX. lOn r'I" I

In singing other patriotic songs to the present struggle Nnllrr .la hereby tlvrn that "In..... r,
up 2 500.
years cleared. Priced $3
I acres Reinhardt holder .. ...1.... of F."ral.d
with Italy. The notebooks contained Make me an offer Owned by Pt.itiaa. ni.trlrt, Tn ...rt'II.' ... )Numhrr
BOX SUPPER IS CHEN interesting pictures con- estate. H. A. Cameron 111. dated. the 8rd day if A,...... A. II, I
an .. ,
lull filed aid Crtlflr In my of
ceimng this history and were en- Homestead Phone 72. (dOlt). floa and h.. made application for l..
The athletic department sponsored closed in attractive covers. DentistOffice deed to I..., thereon In tiYonlanr. with
an old fashioned box supperIn law Bald C.rtlff..t" .mh...... the f..II.,1, .
FOR SALE-Small house furnished ,
.
-- drwrfhrd I pnm.rly..itu.t.d III Dade Tout
the gymnasium last Wednesday $1,000; $200 down and $15a ty Florida ...-wit.
night No admission was chargedbut We want to urge anyone at all Hours 8:30-1:30 month with 8% Interest Call lot I. gilxln .. In Plat IW 1. reuse ,
interested in our school to come 4. ,In rWllon I. Tiwn.Mp tl Smith RantIh. ..
all the ladles brought nicely L. O. Hall at Berger residence In "..t. mnteinine' 10 II Arsa man or I Ira
decorated boxes with supper for to the Parent-Teacher Association First National Bank (n29tf) In the County of P.d. Seate of Florida.Th. .

two in them. The boxes were auctioned meeting next Wednesday night j C.rtlfl7."t"U.u of.d told wu JnTthw.nan""f

oft to the highest bidder and Dec. 11. This organization is planning BuildingOpen AFRICAN VIOLETS- 23e SOc ITnanown 111... aid' Certif/-.hall/ Ixradnrmrd

each girl ate supper with the person an interesting program, and I 75c Mrs Fred Fuchs Robert ....* thrrvnn arcortlrn on the to still law day tat of Drrvmb.deed will,.
who bought her box. The we hope to see everyone there Evening fcy Appointment A. D. 1040,
that raised will be usedto Rd (pd20) Dated this 19th day of Normber, A, D. :
money was 1 "...
buy back-stops I f V LeATHFRIIAN,
FOR SALE-Good used electric CI... of riretilt Court.
DR. C. II. DENBY stove cheap Virgil Lyon Dadonly.. Florida'
.
AROUSE PATRIOTISM I n5-U Circuit Court KM
( ) By N. C. iTTRarrr. D. c,
Vat tt tt, DM. S. It 5o. taos.
We are continuing to hold the
Osteopathic PhysicianPhone SALE Thre.T droom modem -
FOR > ,
flag raising ceremonies every Monday IN ?last 'IR"I'IT 'Ol'RT. ntFVFVTri ,
morning and they are be-1 i I six-room house in Homestead JUDICIAL CIBCI'rr. CAD: C\NTr.
A nice home. Price rtoiimAIV .
coming more impressive each time IHANCmr PaM V.. IWTSR.HI .
v Every home room now marches 39Homestead I (2,500 One-half cash, balance 'IT foil Dr\OR-
II easy term See or write A. G. Edna 011.... UmWrlon Dell Plaintiff. V26
double-file down the nearest stairway I Gilbert L Pall I" Defendant
and takes a certain position Fla. I i Veach, owner, care Coconut It appearln 'by swarm kilt filed In tU
Grove Bank (nd-dS skew ...tfl miuf that OaDFRT L.
around the flag pole, quietly and DAI.L. the Defendant ._t named) kiraalaVnt e .
quickly. We think these exercises (Over Brown's Drug Store) I of a state or eonntry other tha*
II the State of Florida. M>4 to the beat ,IPIa'.U"
have done much to arouse patriotism I FOR SALE-linn bicycle, $10.00. ', knuwledra and mt particularly

In the student body. I Tom Collins, Modello, Fla aa the taa.' la know* w> tilt PUlntlff the
.... .
r*>!d. a f the ftafendaiit k In tar fUra
o4tf) W. Dell Kit Cat StrMt. C.....
t tr kind Mot and that aid' Defendant l In
i seer the see of twnt-.a r ani. It rtharwfora "
ACETYLENE WELDING I OIL AND BOTTLE GAS level ordered that aaM ..ue.read.ntDefendant
I ha and ha h thereby reallml Mto
from $1.Po Virgil Lyon.
F ap.-r the Rill '"l c-...... filed lit
I ( *7K>)> said mass an ar.kefora Sloattey the at P.
r Brand New Outfit Say of January tD 11I'* aaliai aia Ik*
lharatJoaaoofwaed of sod w1J aa fckea an
All Work Guaranteed RAM TROPICAL PLANTS (a* by Sale D.e..a.wa
Tt ta further ordered tka 4M. order lit
aal Mr.. H. M. EvU>
cbMIto | aaaanatlwaakt ..
kkHakad] seas a w well fail I r
r a its.am PRONE MlBSAM'S It N. & .* *t. HoBMtaaUaW In Tka sdmiSa.Ya a sear
para .akUahed) la mid Casualty aod Mala.
( f).
Thaa Deamkar I. _
llRdr' s1r.on GARAGE 'II>>** wrk "
?,1)
1
l.Un"'A".
ak.eebw Sooname i, FOB SAU Ttprc piaat .*. C'Ior. ., c.......

rind end SAM AUXANDU. Fra*. I| rut trw atttf tropic JnM hi !ti a ...._... Clark.fwnrtl J... .

Nankeen. Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway aeaaoa. Jue ie Grove, 1R.d Walnwin*.
i I road ..*! FlamroM cIft_ Mllarbir for Plaintiff
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Pace Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, December 6. 1940

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ENTRY BLANK SALE OF


CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS CONTESTS
I

DATE __......._......_.. ._.
The Rev R. F. BlacMord

Homestead, Fla.
.fwd'Morton's

Pleas enter my name in the Christmas decoration contest

checked below:

O town store window

rj town residence

rj country residence I .
Q residence Christmas tree. Salt vsss: as Pkg. .6Y2C'


NAI\4JI\ : ._... .n....._...... _........ ...(&.:(: .n... ]
: I "BAKING NEEDS"

RESIDENCE: .... ..... : _
CAN
BALLARDS 5 LB. BOX B&EK-RABBIT
---
FLOUR 23c MOLASSESBAKER'S 18c

1941 Auto Tags on Sale Jilb BARS
U.S.CANT EXPECT
At Legion Agency Here CALUMET 12 Oi CAN
CHOCOLATE 17c
BAKING POWDER 15c4X
TO WIN LATINSIN The 1941 auto license tags went

on sale in Homestead Monday at Brown :I PKGS. ZFKGS
or
SHORT ORDERA the Legion Tag agency 15c CORN STARCH 15c
The tags are on band to be hand- SUGAR -
ed over the counter to the pur- PINT CANWESSON
chaser, and there it no waiting for 4 O'CLOCK PKG.
talk on the Latin-American them to be brought from Miami after OIL 21 cALL
good taeighbor: policy of the United PIECRUST IQcI
application is made as was the
State was given at the Redland
case in some former years, points 1
District Lions Club Tues .
meeting out Wm. J. Geronimo, adjutant of POUND PKG.JEWEL KINDS OF CRYSTALIZED
day night by Dr. Robert McNichol
John G. Salley Post, American LARD 31c i
of the Latin-American relations
Legion and manager of the tag FRUITS and PEELS FOR THAT
department of the University of .
agency for the post.IFOREST PAKAGE

Miami.This country delayed a longtime SWAN'S DOWN FLOUR 23 c FRUIT CAKE Prices are Right.

before making good neighbor .. .
SERVICE '-
overtures to Central and South -- -
America and can not expect to

win those short countries time, in Dr.a comparatively McNichol-'PLANTS 20 ACRES Peaches GREAT NO Z't VALUE CANS: 2 Cans 25c I

.aid. They are more European-
minded than United States-minded TO TIMBER HERE J
because they have drawn their I
populations from Europe and not
From the United States, he pointed I A 20 acre experimental planting fil
out. lot tropical species of timber tree. I
1011 CHIAMINO USf CARNATION MlUf
Fifth columnists not
are makingis Is being mode on Richard road
much headway in the Latin- Just south of Avocado drive. un-
American be I SELECTED 10 I.BS.
countries as may believed der the supervision of Claude L
he said DeVane of Tampa, extension COBBLER POTATOES 14c
Before he became an instructorIt
ranger with the Florida Forest
the University of Miami Dr. Mc-I
and Park Service. Mr. DeVane-
Nichol was instructor of Spanish was in Homestead Wednesdayand Ho SE ONIONS ELECTED 4 Ibs. lOc
at Itedlund High School. Thursd,iv.
--- Various mahoganies, including GA. 5 LBS.
lilarkford Promoted Uaderia and two African varieties. TOTUC' SWEET YAMS 17c51.BS.
To Reserve CaptaincyNotice will be planted as well as several uslr
Australian species The service is .
.
trying to learn the relative value 01101"
of his promotion to the
,ink of captain m the chaplain of various species, Mr. DeVane LIMIT LB YORK APPLES 14c

reserve corps war leeched late said.Mr ...OU'LARDR
.
DeVane graduate of the Oil/ SELECTED LB.GRIP .
last .Tck by the Rev R. F. Black-
12C
University of Florida, is a former OKINO
ford rector of St. John Eplsco- Brussels Sprouts lOc
schoolmate of several Homesteadmen. ,
l i'o I Church of this city. .
Mr Blackford who formerly
11t'leI the rank of first lieutenant, tF vvvvvvvvv..v.vwvv.vvv.EXPERT .I i NO. 103 CAN
i' notified also that he wouldnot .
be called into active service Iii Osceola Tender Peas 3 cans 29cPhillip's

this wInter.
)
Nell: "I hear that you and Elmer -
_+..
are engaged I don't supposehe /.4fi? tola'HI PORK and BEANS
.
told you that he was engaged to BARBERINGHAIRCUT ,.'r .
last ?" : 'h..wcwnd G..M-NC-MMM."
me year 3 25c
Bell: "Well dear, he did say No. 2"z Cans
something about there being things I MILK.
FED Boned and Rolled) LB.
...... 40c
his he ashamed of,
in past was ''I
VEAL ROAST "
." 29c
,
but he dd.t go into details -Ex Ile
SHAMPOO ..'". 40c .

READ TilE WANT-ADS I MASSAGE ...... 40c BEST CLTSPORK LB.3

,, CHOPS 25cSELECTED
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LB.LUX ret. 23C I
BUSH'SBARBER 6 IB AVERAGE

Tropical Cafe PICNIC HAMS 18c RINSOrej. 21C

[ LUX SOAP! 3for19cLIFEBUOY
CIT FROM YOUNG BEEF LB.
3 for 19
NOW LOCATEDIN CHUCK ROAST 19crOl'SD

THEHORNE SHOPN. SILVER DUST}

I 1JLDG.N I WITH"H CANNON TOWEL 23c
Pickled Beef Tongues 15c -
KROME AVE.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. .

[ Krome Axe LEAN and MEATY LB.SPARERIBS .
Homestead. Florida 15c spry 3 lb. can 48c

....-- ...."" ....',.. .,.,"" AAAA -

FRESH KJLUD 454 LB. AVERAGE UR.

GET YOUR STATEDriver's Roasting Chicken 35cr

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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN

HOMESTEADOdd KFLWI


Fellows Bldf Open from 8 a, m. to 8 p. m. _
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