Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00472
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 10, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00472
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Planes Bomb Targets at 4 Places .

In South Dade County Today

Cool Jf Condition MORE THAN 20 SHIPS IN RACE


Crops for Strong. Market THAT OPENS ALL-AMERICAN


.Iii! A Little Bird .. -

HOMESTEAD MANIS Targets at South Miami "
ASHARVESTGETS Told Us Perrine: Princeton,

and Homestead
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GOINGTomatoes THAT if there must be two "festivals" held in SCIIOOLS"LET OUT

this area each year, they should be held far enough SCHOOL BOARD FOR CONTEST PERIOD

apart so that one will not ride on the reputation of

Need Cold to the other and cause confusion' in the minds of visit- One-Pound" Bags of Flour

Firm Up Fruit, Keep ors that is damaging .to the district. Aimed From Height '
Is e e e
Vines Down of 500 Feet
THAT another super-sales trick that injures I

PACKINGllACHINERY profit from "can't-see-how-they-do-it" prices is ta. Airplane landing fields of four !

AT BUYER PLATFORM make hamburger' by grinding. great quantities of South Dade,communities will be'"bomber J
tallow with few beef the from this morning! by some ,I
a hearts juice which 21 or mar planes, the first three
Carlot Loading at Florida gives the whole mixture a deep red color and fools of which are scheduled to arrive

City to Get Under the buyers-but not the cat to which one Home- !over Homestead airport at 10;15,
Way SoonA at the Oimbel South Dade Precision ,
stead woman tried to feed it. i
Race marks the start of the
e e *
period of cool weather, a foretaste yes annual AU-Amerlcan Air Maneuvers .
of which this area was beginning -' THAT construction of a new gymnasium for : In Miami. f

\ to feel kit night to just Homestead-which would result in conversion of Interest In the race la keen t
throughout the district. At Home-
what Is neeeded to put South the present gym into a cafeteria building-would 'I
steed the school children will be
Pad tomatoes and other truck In :
(Continued on Page Two) allowed to go to the airport to
ideal condition to support prices s .
s watch the bombing maneuvers for
market made strong by demand -
on a that far exceeds the supply. Rue Made Colonel on Governor's Staff, the will hour be in and progress.a half or more they
The Florida City State Farmers' -
Market, where trucks and Commutes to Tallahassee Inaugural I Targets composed of a row of
buyers from northern and midwestern three SO-foot circles 50 feet apart,
i have been painted with lime on ,
,states pay cash on
landing fields located at South
barrelhead for produce a. it I At council meeting here Monday Miami :
Perrine,' Princeton,
(Continued on Page Five) { night, at the Inaugural of I Homestead. The competing teams

{Cov. Spessard Holland In Tallahassee South Dades representative on of three planes each, will leave
CITY WILL LEASE Tuesday forenoon and the Dad County board of public Miami municipal airport at five
back In Homestead Wednesdaymorning I Instruction, Chai O Turner ofHomestead minute Intervals beginning at It J
,was elected its chairman clock, and bomb the targets with
HOSPITAL TO NON In plenty of tune to make I when the body met for its one-pound paper sacks of flouras
his attendance at the luncheon of ,biennial reorganisation meeting they come to them on their way t
the Rotary dub-that Is the first I Tuesday Miami. to Homes: sd. -

PROFIT GROUP half of this week's travelog of I Mr. Turner, who was elected to The three circles provide a tar- j
get for each plan, and each plane
board two still hato1MretoR
the ago
the Redland District! new colonel,
as the terms Is allowed only .on*. shot at Its
tease of the city-owned James Frank B. Rue.
of school board members were Increased respective target-or a total et
:Archer Smith. Hospital to the Luther I* Chandler of Oould, to four years after he four bombs for the tour fields to
Janet Archer Smith Hospital Inc., chairman of the Florida Citrus took office. be bombed. The bombing must be *
a non-profit corporation formed don from a height not less than ,
Commission, mad the airline As chairman Mr Turner will
will be made IDa trip
for the purpose 500 feet, to comply with CAA altitude ,
resolution which the city; attorney with Mr. Rue. sign all checks and all officialpaper requirements. Targets will j ':
was authorized to prepare ,. The Homestead city council. of the county school system be clearly visible at the whiteI I
at a meeting of the city council man and member of the Dade apd his name will be affixed I limed eoreumferences of the circles i
I. of the
Monday night to diplevu)of all graduates
are two feet In width and the
to the non-profit cor.poratiori County Budget Board I* one of county's ooIL.
jean center la marked. with a two-foot
designed for the double i II Dade Countians who have received This is k.,n*" to be the first j
purpose of preventing politics \ honorary appointment as time a South Dade member has trEach team will be Judged on '
from influencing the operation of lieutenant-colonels on the personal held the chkVmanshlp of the the precision with which Its three
4hf hospital and freeing the city county school board."I . (Continued on Page Five)
for its staff of Gov. Holland, but he f
from financial liability support i
is for the nominal sum of la the only person south of Coral
II per year and ii to run for 10 Gables to receive the honor. Redd Elected i Commission Chairman;' | I

:. years.The. Mr. Rue and Mr. Holland became II
hospital corporation wit friends when, as speaker of Smith Reappointed County Physician J I
(Continued on Page Five) I
the Florida house of representatives '
J. D Redd of Homestead county Lamar Paxaon of South Miami j
Mr. Holland helped Dads commissioner from District No. I and Perrine.
I Public Invited to Demonstration County delegations, of which Mr. for IS years, was elected chair Dr. J. A. Smith ot Homestead t I

Of Fish Pond Construction MondayA I Rue was a member obtain pas-i man of the commission until JMJ was reappointed county physician t
1 sag of needed citrus avocado at a meeting la then house and Mt& Martha Hall until ... ,
; and fertilizer tew*. Knowing at Miami Tuesday morning. coolly a resident of Homestead, 4
demonstration of proper meth tore on the subject In his eta..- land to be a friend of South This Is the second time that Mr. was appointed assistant superintendent
I ode of constructing fish ponds and room. I da growers Mr. Rue became id Redd has held the office. The first of the county hospital !
r Mr. Vakefleld b conducting a of his most active supporter time WM In W25-J8 worn the The fact that Dade County's I
rock gardens will be given Mon- free court In home beautification hit recent campaign for the gov million-dollar courtnouse, the hospital at Kendall Is one of tile
tl 'ttay evening on Homestead High for Homestead P. T. A. members ernorship. This la said to be the three charity hospitals In the
of Atlanta
School grounds by Ceo. N. Wake- and Other adults. first time that Homestead has ,highest building south entire country to have a government I
field, vocational agriculture Instructor Everyone Interested to Invited been represented on the staff of was built. triple-A rating was brought .
II after an Illustrated leas to attend. a governor of Florida. The retiring chairman was J. out at the meetingU t I I


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Pape Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 10, 1941


Here on Tuesday Night 1 A LITTLE BIRD TOLD USj

Miami Beach High School tonight WORK TORE
(Continued from Page One)
In the Beach gym and Miami -
: C1IAS. I. BROOKS High Schools crack Stlnga- TOLD WOMENDr. not mean added taxes for the district for three
reel In the Homestead gym next (
years and by that time the natural increase in
Tuesday night is the immediate
I I I obviate I
valuations would probably the
Resolutions of respect to the schedule of Homestead Hlgh'i property |
memory of Chas. I, Brooks MI- basketball team.Homejtead . T E. Cato director of the necessity of increasing the millage. *
Dade County health unit, will out
ami realtor and president of the defeated St Patrick'sHigh e e s
line the unlt'i for health
Florida State Horticultural Socie- School of Miami Beach)5-l9 program
ty, who died recently after more.. Monday night In a game played work in the schools at a meetingof THAT an eligible young drug store employeeacross !
the Woman's Club of Homestead
than 25 years' residence and here D. L. Bowen, playing, bangup
: activity the tracks will the question to the first
next Tuesday at 3 p. m. In pop ]
in Dade County, were adopted during thljjflhtlre i game,
" Its clubhouse. The club's health damsel who him she him in
assure can
1 Wednesday by the Homestead made 12 points to lead the locals, can keep ]
Rotary Club as follows: with Ralph Delllngty. a close sec: program for the year. will be formulated the style to which he has been accustomed.THAT .
ond.The B team bladed by Harry' at this time.y.Pr. .
s e a e
In the recent pausing of Chas. L, Bowen, defeated Wf St. Patrick I Cato will talk on communicable -
t Brooks, real estate, horticultural second string, 371.I I diseases and vaccinationsand when the crown prince of the opposition]
I and civic Interests of Florida, .In'' Thirty-one points were scored Inoculations as related to the
sheet house advertised exclusively in this
j( general, and Dade County, In particular between the two Bowen brothersIn health unit's quarantine powers buys a '
suffered a loss the two games. Miss Elsie Sutherland, educational newspaper, that's the height of proof that "Lead.
be felt more and more as : 'I worker for the Dade County Tuberculosis er-Enterprise Want Ads Pay." .

goes on and his ever-interested Dr. R. J. Elliott to Move Association, will show a e e
y activity Is missed In the undertakings I sound film "Man ,Against MI-
of these circles. Into Offices in Arcade crobes'* THAT weights and measures in some of our]
The Homestead Rotary Club, In 1 All mothers, especially those !
retail food emporiums were the object of deep ,
the organization of which he was On and after Monday, Jan. 13,! who have children of school or
a sponsor, will miss him In projects Dr. R. J. Elliott, chiropractor, will pre-school age, are urged by Mrs.J. interest and instruction from a visitor to these.]
that call for generous cooperation haw his offices In Rooms 151719 R. Brooks, chairman of the parts in recent days.
and wise advice from McCrory Arcade, Instead of club's health program, to attend
Miami Rotarlans. He was 'also the Horne Building, where they the meeting and hear Dr. Cato. THAT when the Redland District's new
willing to give of his ability and have been since he began practicing -I
time to the cause of Rotary In In Homestead two years ago. colonel entered the council chamber the other night, ,
Homestead, and we had become Larger quarters and I more accessible Redland Whips St. Pat his fellow'members rose to attention and stood at ,
1 accustomed to depend on Charlie location, Dr. Elliott, be- 2:>-22 in Overtime Game salute until he gave the "at ease" command. '
j: Brooks for help whenever it was lieves, will enable him to serve
needed. Especially will his presence his Increasing number of patients 1
and help be missed In makingup with a minimum of Inconvenience I Reldand High School basketball at1
THAT life for the Homestead housewife ]
and conducting the annual to them. team lost by five points In
motorcade of visiting Rotarians The offices have been completely I a hard fought game with Miami present is just one washerwoman after another abythecl'ate '
from Miami to Homestead. His renovated and redecorated and Beach High School In the Beach possibilities lure the ebony belles'
assistance on these tours was Jnaluable. there will be telephone connection,I gym Monday night pay
I and mammies to the tomato and bean fields. ,
Dr. Elliott said.
\ Redland held the lead at the -
Therefore, be It resolved by the I end of the half, 17-12. but duringthe )
Homestead Rotary Club: Church of God HoldsEvangelistic last quarteer'the Beach gainedits

That we revere the memory of I Services, needed points, and the final
Chas I. Brooks and hereby express score was 34 to 29. Phone 18 Free Delivery
our deep appreciation of the
The Rev. J. Lee Collins, Tennessee The Redland team was forced
friendship and co-operation shown evangelist, Is delivering I into an overtime game Friday
him to this club
by some timely and Inspiring messages night In the local gym to defeat
That we extend the deepest In the Homestead Church of St. Patrick's High School of Miami
\ sympathy to his son and our fellow HOMESTEADGROCERY
God and Beach 2522.Shower
everyone Is urged to hear
member, Dick Brooks, and to
him expound Cod's word,
the other members of the bereaved I
family. officials of the church.
The special services began Sun-
That these resolutions be spread I
i day, and will continue nightly ex- Curtains ,
upon our minutes and copies sent
cept Saturday for at least two'
to the family and to the press.Passed .
this 8th day of January, 1,weeks. I 5 Colors to Choose From
1941. I
brief illness He came to Miami,:
FORMER RESIDENT DIES from Pltt bur,, Kani., about 28! $ e95
years ago and later moved to i
Funeral services lor Glbb B. F Florida City with hit parents. He WILSON'SShortening
Henry, 37, of Miami, a formerresident is survived by his wife, Margaret SMITHGRAVESFURNITURE I
i of Homestead and Florida a brother, John A., of Miami 1 1 Ib. pkg. IQc
( 'City, were held in a Miami funeral a sister, Mrs. Fannie MciDavid / CO. ;
home Monday.Mr. of Plant City and Mires!
Henry died Sunday after a nleet. i

SALT pkgs. :fOe a

f j

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50c ft WEEK .SARDINES, 3 cans 35c

f Keeps Your Car Clean and Sleek P&G

SOAP 3 bars :fOe

I Don't save your dirt for a high-priced, abrasive DEL MONTE

I f polish job when for 50c a week our new machine PRUNES 2lbe 1c

i will keep your car's body finish from becoming .

i dull. We pass the. saving in labor and time'onto DEL MONTE

j COFFEE lb.
you. .. 23c


Our special shampoo lather not only keeps your ROLL

paint job spic and span bii j in addition preservesthe BUTTER lb. 36c

lacquer finish. _

r "1' SMOKED

We Pick Up and Deliver. Phone 9106 for BACON - lb. 17c

15 Minute Service -


w ROAST lb.

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January 10, 1941 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pair Three
a -
LIONS LEARNOF made by the Woman' Club of of groceries $130.00; Fuchs Baking tributed to 200 children. The valueof Livingston, Andy Terburg. Paul
food, fruit and miscellaneous donations Co. for bread, $7.50; Redland the toys was not estimated.In Keely and W. H. Wood, one dol-
from the Empty Stocking District News for printing, $3.30; addition to cash donations, lar each.
WORK' DONEBYBOYSCOUTS Fund. Florida East Coast Fertilizer Wollam and Kendrick for groceries Homestead the Business and Professional
Co., Fucht Baking Co., McCrory't, (wholesale), $28.40; Frank Women's Club, the South fnlnlenttonal
Left Grocery, Brooker Lumber lin's for groceries (wholesale); Dade Garden Club, Edward Stil- Miss Green, do let mi help youto
Co., W. D. Horne Co,the Homestead $24.86; McCrory't for candy, nuts, Ing Bird Chevrolet Co., O. D.I I more pudding."
and Redland school and Individual etc. $13.BS; postage, phone calls, Parker, First National Bank ot "Well' thanks," Mid the young
' donation In the barrel paper twine, etc. 288. Homestead, and J. D. Redd. St.John's woman, "1 will take some more,
I Members of Troop IS, Boy in stores bave an estimated valueof One hundred forty-six baskets Episcopal Church gave but only a mouthful, please."
Scouts of America, demonstrated $278.IS, the report show. of food were distributed to white I$3050; George Morton $2.00; and 'Bella' ," said the hostess to the
phases of scout activities atTuesday's Disbursements were ai follows: families and 16 to colored families, John A. Matthews, C J. Brown, parlour maid, "fill Miss Green'
meeting,of the Redland Empty Stocking Fund for 120 bags] the report states. Toyi were dis I L. C Dodd, E. H. Collier, A. R. plate.:'-Tit-Bits.
J District Lion Club sponsor of the --- -- -
'troop.After the demonstration the. : lllllllllllililllllillilllllill IIIiillIII11iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlli111iH{ { {{ {{ { { {{ {{{ { { { { { { { {{{ {{ {!J"{{{{III{{illl1flT{{ {{{ {II{{IT{fill{{{II{III{{{fn{1111{ {{fll IIII11i1UII!{ {{ {{{{ { {{ 1111I11I1111IE

scoutmaster, Lion Clarence Gray
spoke on the need of greater Interest e a . ctI E
and friendship between men
", I and boys, partlcuarly here In the! mME D WE
Redland District. Adult leadership I Ii
i 1* needed, he. laid, to direct the
energies and talents of boys along 67 DELIVER 1
,I constructive lines if the boy are I _
to be kept from drifting Into destructive -
way -
In their demonstration, the boys
went through the routine of one of
\ their meetlninspectiO1\-
I sentation of colors, pledge of allegiance "
I. salute to the flag, and signal We Carry a Complete Line of BirdsEye g
and first aid Instruction. Scoutmaster = =
Gray presented second-
class badges to Charles Chambers, Telephone Church's Carnation
Junior King and Charles DentIn

ceremony an impressive the scout candle-light told the PEAS No. 15e MILK 3 Tall 20c
I i
meaning 12 scout the of laws the scout', and scout benediction.closed oath and by repeating the- Can GRAPE JUICE

Scouts who took part In the pro- = E2
gram were Charles Chambers Joseph Fancy Blue Rose Pure Gold Quart
DuMond, Junior King,. 29c
I Qt. I II
Charles Dent, George Johns, Leonard
Dent, Louis! Gaby and Louis L
I Thompson. RICE A 23c 13c 1
Visitors at the meeting were I.REELD1LLPICKLES!
Lion John W. Freeman Fair --R'IT : -
I mont, W. VaH and J. W Roland
and Geo. M. Frlck of Homestead.
.:. Premier Tiny Tot Factory Packed


CHRISTMAS 1 BEETS cans 17c SUGAR Ibs. 22y2cl .

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I )f T. E. Kirby-chairman- of'the Maxwell HouseCOFFEE Armour's Pure !
Christmas Cheer committee of the
Redland District, this week Issueda I I
a detailed report of the commit
f .. tee's disbursements.work and the receipt and lb. 21c LARD 4ib, 43c

, Cash receipt amounted to
$272.12, disbursements amountedto Limit 1 Ib. to Customer
: $232.07, and $40.OS remains in ,
"A the treasury, the report shows.In ;
;: the statement of cash receipts
the largest Item I I. the $58.7 return '
from the country store matinee Sunburst No. 2'/i Can Choice Meats
for which the local merchants
contributed prize whose estimated Bartlet Pears 2
.'i value wa $75.00. I ; cans 35c Georgia i
The next largest item In the
cash receipts la the $.0.54 tag day BACON lb. 20c
collection of the Homestead Girl [ SALT 4-Scpkgs. 1Oc
Scouts. The Redland District Lions
Club, the Homestead Rotary Club Rib I
and the Junior Woman' Club of
,Homestead each contributed $28. H Osceola Lb. STEW lb. .IZ/ c
Cash can distributed by the
Rev.. R. F. Blackford yielded COFFEE, regular or drIp4 / c.
$1448 Goulds collection securedby Country RollBUTTERIb. j
W. H. Owen were $12.15 and
Princeton collection secured by f Phillips 36c
A. W. McVicker were $11, the report -
states. The Ministerial Association Pork & Beans 2Va
gave $8.78.Fivedollar contribution. were I can 7!/ c Fresh PorkLIVER g

envl..r..r.... Scott lb. :lZ/ c I

EXPERT E TISSUE 2 rolls ISc: Beef I '

i= TOWELS -- 2 rolls ':I9cj Chuck Roast, lb. 25c I

=j Octagon Granulated 'JONES
3 Ib aacj
40c i FRUIT s.


MASSAGE 40c . ,

BUSH'SBARBER II I Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,

: 3 Large Head Eating

SHOPN. Ii 1 LETTUCE . . 5c APPLES 4. Ibs. gfc

II==5 Green u.s. Selected

KROME AVE. 1 BEANS - lb. Hoc POTATOES, l 10 Ibs. :I7cFriday

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{ 90ft"M ., P44 c.tJ-.___ ".III Z .SOCietm has. Mid that Sel&ayiaw I
I I la the ...at"CIII'M to the
human race. .Yet Old Tat U'
Man Has Progressed, iJ'rana.1'mel'a MW novel ..... I

Durant o hauled Htavea". hope to buy,
Says herself place Id heaven by making '

.. "Only within the past Wl\tlll7'' Sacrifices with a selfish P.II'Opoae

has it become the fashion today, .
Of course, progress to real'," de Finding herself free after run
clam Will Durant, famous philosopher of domestic duty and the recipient
and author, In the current y 1l, of I turn of money bequeathed her
issue of the Rotarian Magaslne "In I t 1 by her employer, Tots resolve
the midst of the wealth and power y to find the nephew on whom her
of the nineteenth century some of savings had been spent to that he
the wisest of men raised a question it might be educated to be a priest
mark ever the idea of progress" She was not Interested In Uf
lOaltf spiritual progress or in saving

William Morris Inventor of the other souls, but her crafty plan
Morris chair John Ruskin, and called tor Intervention In help
( Tolstoy were among those who Ing her to enter the heavenly....
questioned If the accumulation of I Old Teta'i search for Mojmlr
)k comfort and wealth were really by every meant of travel and under
progress as long as men suffered all kinds of condition, bold
from poverty and 111 nourishment."An I. one in suspense until the tragedyof .
.' increase in mechanisms Is not ./ finding him. Tragedy because
necessarily progress," Author DuI her hopes of years were shattered
I rant points out. "Science is but a I by; the discovery that he was nothing .

1 committee on ways and means, andtit t but a shiftless beggar. ,
is always reporting progress, but ItIn A.tS7PONC4L. However the seventy-year old
human heart Is the committee heroine Is not left In complete despair -
resolutions and platforms. It de- and although she does not receive
1 tides what 'we shall want to do her reward, the ending 1 Is, a
with these tremendous instrumentalities .' happy one. The theme Is original,
and It 1* always humbly \having DO young handsome girl tr
reporting that It Is the same basic t. FlOIliOArIUJI'l ,a love story of the conventional

I desires It had 50,000 years ago." I type .
Yet Philosopher Durant believe Fran Werfel's early life 'was
I that man has made ten steps from devoted to the writing of poetry
the Jungle, ten steps which once exclusively. Recently! at a dinnerIn
made were) never lost These are: "' New York he paid tribute to

the coming of speech, the conquest Walt Whitman and Edgar! Allen
The old Presbyterian Church in Talla- In no other state can there be relied the Poe. He said that Whitman
I of.the animal, the conquest .
i of fire and'light, the coming of hassee has a very interesting history. The variety of tropical fruits found thrivingIn t.Uibhim as a youth of 17 that

agriculture, the coming of social building, of frame construction, was begun Florida. One of these, the FEIJOA or I nothing 1s commonplace and even
organization, the coming of moral- in IBM and dedicated to public worship on the ordinary has an, .absolute
ity the development of the esthetic ,Lord'. Day, May 13, 1838. The north gallery PINEAPPLE GUAVA, from South. America ,poetic.vMue. .. ,.
sense, the development of in the original deed was reserved for the is exceptionally hardy and will withstand I e, _

science, the coming of means of use of slaves, who at that time were re- temperatures of 14 degrees Fhr. Columbia University Press heart
communication, and, last, education. I ceived into membership. It was used ont without injury. The fruits are extremely that current: best sellers In Germany

many occasions as a refuge for women and tasty combining, to a degree a blend of are Dale Carnegie's "How
These step, Dr. Durant declares,I children when the men were guarding the strawberry and pineapple Florida, whereit to Win friends and Influence People"
sure the basic ones that even war r town aganst Indian uprisings. It has since is unusually free of injurious insects and Walter B. Pitkln's "Ufa
and hunger have not been able tobolish. Begins at Forty"The
One by one, from the been remodeled and enlarged without disturbing or diseases, the plant lends itself admirablyto I - .
I its original architectural beauty. use as an ornament.self I
coming of speech to the development | title of Lin Yutangs new
j to systems for I book 1s "With Love and Irony" He
knowledge on to the next In a barber's chair for a I chine gun fodder. That Is wbi.tI 'I urged this title on the publishers
I tion, they have meant the handln'l CURRENT I fringe trim, the tonsorial artist I they always want-what they get l as the book was about to go to
; of man from a jungle gave him the once-over and said, In the end. If you don't believe it, press as "The Little Critic." A
whatever may be today. I "When I look at that hair I really study history. Not the kind of history friend suggested to the author that
., are the signs of real progress. COMMENTBy tlJnk I should pay an amusement that is taught here, but.actual he took the title from an earlier
"Do I have no doubts for the I! tax. facts. Now what will you find? book, "The Importance of Living
future?" writes Dr. Durant. "Yes. AGNEW: WELSH .
To his argument the first
I "First of all they won't tell you prove
Certainly, we shall pas through ....... It Is reported that a Miami phy how this government of ours secretly page of the previous work was read
misery and "terror But I envy; I 1- NOW II.. Wait welemoft 1 tlclan's son I II opening an under- encouraged rebellion 'In where Lin Rutang had written that
} our children. On his "Cooota.-. W6.thrl taking parlor. Old Ike Tootle- Northern Mexico previous to 1S49, Chinese philosopher was one
th., "" e al
I Ij l I w/th t :i..rn .: Add..0 =:::: berry said that It reminded him of so that we could grab Texas. Thewon't y''a viewed life "with love and
....... b A.n.w W.4. ua No SL "
A SmileA ink 11I.. ....... MIke how the man act his bear trap- I admit that the war between Irony. The author pleaded
j "Ter ketch 'em swine er a-comln'.' the states was fought because guilty to nothing but a retentivesubconscious
smile costs nothing, but Tootleberry has cynical But the doctor has.the advantageof few eastern manufacturers couldn't memory.
.ipells-times when he Is downright them both with the slave .
fives I much. It enriches those who catching ways. compete cheap labor
receive without pessimistic. That mutt have that several Southern manufactur Four
making poorerthose Buttons are reissuing "The
t who give. It takes but a been his mood when he read a One of those newspaper fun- ers have just put In their factories Horsemen of the Apocalypse; because
moment, but the memory of it magazine story headed "Will Hoilywood "- makers say that by this time the Nothing is ever said In history'I of its timeliness. The author. .
sometime lasts forever. None is I\ Give Up Intelligence? June brides have found out whether books about the manner In which is Vincent Blasco Ibanez.l .
so rich or mighty that he can get I and snorted "Bow the Sam Hill they married a skunk or simply we murdered, tricked and bribed" .
along without It, and none Is ao I kin It give up somethln it aint a poor fish. Out of respect for the the Indiana so that we could steal l "God Has a Long Face" by Robert -
got? Vu know what the Chinamansaid charity of the glad Christmas season their land. What's history .
h poor but that he can be made I more our ' Wilder has a Florida locale. The
smile : 'No gotta, how came? I retrain from Insisting on an teacher never told that the
rich by It A creates happiness us /first few chapters deal with
la the home fosters good, answer as to what be got Spain had agreed to every demand" early settling of Florida and the
I Census releases show that of the United State so that we, rest is devoted to the period dealing -
,countersign I ; Florida has a population of IS87.104 ,- wouldn't declare war on her. with the land boom.
rest to the weary, cheer to the discouraged -' a gain of 21 per cent during Children in CourtBy Neither did they Inform us thai

sunshine to the* sad, and the past decade.; I twenty times more soldier died, present system of government
It I* nature's antidote for trouble. Judge MakeJsa. Batfteldni from eating poisonous bully beet favorably. with government -
l compare
Yet It cannot be bought begged, The Denver mjtrrls/ In trouble, than were killed by Spanish bullet of other nation
borrowed, or stolen, for it I* something the same kind rpjS-of us have:' *. W at'* more, my fellow, students
that It of no value to any cant make money fast enough the World War was . . An Echo of the DepressionTwo
one until jt is given away Some though working BT ours a day, NATION EARTH I When the young student was darkies were talking about
f people are too tired to give you a six; day a week.grfr.( big demand Lies! Everything they; teach dragged away la the middle of Us the depression. "Boy." said one,
r mile. Give then on* of yours, is for smallA . here I* tsar Shouted a young sentence the problem was not "what would you do Ifn you had
as Boa need a smile so much as radical a* he was led away by the I solved, .for brute force and suppression all de money In de world right
lie who ha no more to give.-!*. Miami Beaen na. b letting police. are elements which cause now'"

'I- up the Jatgeat.eatatorium that Only a few minutes before, this any movement to spread like wildfire Well, nih." replied the other
',,A. smart man I fa the' one who burg-or most burgs for that matter college senior toad addressed a The following day, when It reckon I'd pay hit on my debts-
hasn't t. woman pin anything ; "It will seat a thousand eaters: meeting of his fellow Student and was announced that the student as bit would go."-Ex.
on him since he was a. baby' ,-TheProgressive. f was quoted as h.vlnf..id, "Do had been dismissed from collegethe 1"1
.Fanner. A lad once asked his grandpap- they think by pounding Into our problem was not solved, for his A Mistake .
** . ; py why the latter' head was like ears that old slogan-'My country, word were still ringing. in the "Look Here, Sarah," said the
:"Work faithfully for eight bout the Arctic region. The answer right or wrong my country still'- ears of his listener The onlymethod matter of the house, "how many
a day and dont worry. Then In was that It"was a great white' bear I that they are filling us with a patriotism of combatting radicalismis /more times have I to tell you
time, you may become a boss andwork place. At the winter Jptd:1: which will deaden our, to teach the truth frankly and about" these cobwebs? Pve lost
twelve hours a day and have the Bryan M sense to the hypocrisy and corruption suppress nothing because by this hid to sweep one off the bedrailand
all the WOI'J'1.-Ex. School class In Baytront; Park Its of our present form of government method it is possible to admit our throw it in the fire myself
teacher, Dr. William, told a good ? Such patriotism what errors and at the asm time compare I "Good \' sir," exclaimedthe
Do you remember the time when one on himself. He too, has -a the war -III for then they our government with that of I maid. "Thast* the missus'
a "woman's shoe was' worn out tort of e "graadpappy" cranium can graft from the ,government, ,ether nations. While\ we have.fancy dress for tonight's dancer

when It.had} hole in the; toeT-Ex.I and when he.recently seated him- I while you and I are serving a* ....- made_crave errors In the past, our ITlt-Bite.


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Friday, January 10. 1941 THE LEADER-ENTERPIUSE Page Five

"One Harper, J. B, Cash and DID led the movement for building the DEMAND BIG
Bashor. I:municipal hospital Mayor Tom
0 I Target on the Homestead air I 1 Harris pointed out that the city I
oVMT7 pert were paints by city workmen had not been obliged to contribute I (Continued rPaP; One)
through the courtesy of Cordon I a cent toward constructionof ,come from the field box, could
Ivty superintendent of the'' the Institution as the WPA had have told 5,000 crate of tomatoes
light! and water department. i done the work and furnished muchof i Wednesday With harvesting

Target from Perrlne.to Homestead I the materials and the sponsor' I I Just beginning oo any consider-
WiTHoUT AarrL were staked out by A. B share had been raised by public able scale however, the market's
I Livingston, Homestead civil engineer I:subscription.Requ"MlcaUon. ,tales for the week totaled only
appointed by Edward Stile of rights- 1.004 packages of tomatoes and
tug president of the Redland District of.y '1gpalead- N. W. Second :1,000 package of bean aa4
Chamber of Commence Fourth and Sixth streets eastward !squash-'mostly bean
01i the chamber's representative from,ltroaw avenue across the Tomatoes were bringing ft to
Plot Can Save work with the Homrttead "I Model Land Co. triangle for dedication -1 I$259 a field crate yesterday and ..
(Vegetable Club's general committee of rlght-W-wajr paralleling bean were? commanding It 10 toU
pried of Ben Archer Max the west aide of the F. t C. tracks .SO a hamper. Squash, with eav
$56 to $100 in Food Budget and Adrian Jacobs la,arraDI between Howry street and E ly a small quantity available was
the Redland Dlitrlct't part in ,I Eighth street Bet with its favor strong at )4.00.
South Dade Precision Race.Judge and that of the railroad, which Carlot loading st the railroad
( .It takes less time to crow rage
was willing to grant a crossing market will get underway
of the
Homeetemd field tiding
a bema garden than it re for the I
'itgabrle..g shop for then IB crnlUtiill are Carl Drswdy, Harold across the spur leading to its Y. at torn at the Felnn Fruit Oft.
>bet; and the quality of the lam field and J. B. Nichols. Shef-I Councilman Ben Morris urged finishes Installation of pecking
product cannot be equaled by mark ,pr n1' Drawdy and Mr. Sheffield that the city accept the dedication machinery on a section of platform
kit vegetables t,, student pilot and Mr. Nichols is for a road along the west aide of it hat leased This linn,
One reason for this difference hquality ; < pilot of one of the dusting planet'I the track as a beginning for what which expect to ship out two
U found IB the deterior stationed her*. I is desired, but other councilmen I ear a day of Its own purchase
alga la flavor which m nest easy argued that such: a road would not, will operate the packing machinery
sets In when vegetable* are bar ; \ Pilot participating fat the race
anything and would: mainly for itself, but 'will ado -
Tested Peas sweet eoo, lima It win be guests of the Rotary Club,
beans, pod beans, and many other j:," ._ ; the Chamber of Commerce and only benefit the railroad at the packing for other buyer on a
'ireg, eUbles lose more than half their the city of Homestead at a lunch expense of the city. No action was' per crate charge.
delicious favor within a few have !: ; ' j taken. Gordon R. Dill market master,
.fetter picking. Within half an how \ : : ." .. eon in the Bamboo Tavern after said that he still believes -
I yesterday
: : the last has landed. After, First and second readings were
the, difference is noticeable; so UN .,' plane will be a WI
;; reducing the this season
wit home garden owner picks bee .... the luncheon they will completethe given the
'vegetables just before she cooks content by flying beck to the license fee for tent shows from one for both growers and buyers
I 100 to 'S9 a day. barring unforeseen setbacks
{them. ,. : Miami starting point. f a day
She can also pick many ballgrown '
at which stage some crop .'......"'
are at their bet for Instance, '1:''''' ,'. HOSPITALContinued I GET YOUR STATEDriver's
,baby carrots, about ss large as a '
lead pencil, and baby squash ai1Inch "., )t.
or two in length Seldom 11 ( from Page' One)
found License
ever can these delicacies be ... ... I
;la markets because they quickly :.. make a yearly report showing all
'spoil, but their flavor and insider receipts and disbursement and
'MS are supreme. Freshest Beat* Are am the Time. the city i* privileged to audit the
1. The idea that vegetables cannot book of the hospital whenever it 'OFFICE
be grown a*cheaply as they en b. keg freak vegetables which could be wishes The non-pTofit corporation -I AT JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
.bdusbt pad some hearsay to t IiI grow at borne with UO hours' will furnish all replacementsand
}t ti pleaaaotwork.Th .' and IN HOMESTEAD
: keep'.the building plant
ailOT who..emsleyed Ms priced home gardM thus mshv- It not sublet I
Ia good repair. cm
cultivate would not
easoalJahor to gardeMrather produce
tl1.11.... awl wee: flow, oritrinnt better vegtUblei than tile hospital or any part of It. OM Mews IIW tipsM t- I .. a to f 1R .
....'........ Zees-with: taIa ..adede l l4ae.u.d candid fee bought but more of them.-. The application for lease wtnibtnlited I
111 pesluetlaa .eats.aN The lamUy WiTH conrum nwr, by Drr X."A:Smith, who
*'..a.nt1 -...* 1IOW'sod tlatMaOlf --.. ore and ...,..... fbr other:11softwould
Irak be leaaeaed. 'The saving ta
wuld. tusUty Wa ** tint anak the budget depending ....' the-
twice family am and inenn. weuld.
.But the real saving to the..... amount to from $90 to '100 ta" a
bold budget come whan a hem year. t
gardener doe his (or her) ewe gartfenlng. No experienced gardener would
Then the good health and o eansider 'this savings to be the
tae appetite which work ta the gw4eai chief reward of gardening bow
produce, Increase Ida .-jo,. ever. That comet In the deep sow CHEL
Bent of the vegetable he grows isfaetlon which is imparted by workIn
while hit living expenses are substantially the soil, in the pride of tcconvpliihment '
reduced.It which a successful gardener >.
has been estimated on the feel., In social contacts with
basis of careful study that the average other garden fans and generally In
home maker devotes 1JO a more wholesome and healthful brings ffouVJuiFiiriLrtVjj7iJjfij(th'thesegreat,
hours a year to buying tat the marPLANESBOMB life.

'field used by crop dusting plant I
and located adjoining the count i iI
'storage yard. The targets wet.
painted by the county work ,
(Continued from Page One) through the courtesy of Count
planet take off and keep their formation Commissioner J. Lamar Paxsoi ,I (
at the starting point. The Judges were to be J. H. Halzlli,
precision in which they; approach I David L. Walker and a third to be 1 ,N
the targets, the precision (degree selected by them. NNO 0
of unison In which bombs are The targets at Princeton on th. Np
dropped, accuracy of bombings I landing field In ban of Harry
and precision of formation: III Welding Shop wen Ume- usted
which team approaches runwa by the Redland Future Farmer Nfl
Md taxi to landing at HoaaeeteaxMd under the supervision of their ad-
later at Miami, after th* rehire .1 visor. M. A. B*ker. Judge si.. N
trip. N IiNB
The South Miami targets an i
ea a field used by dusting plan D KNEE t>t0
U the northwest of the town. IF IT'S En N
Mayor Glass of South Miguel Is ii 'nw N
barge of that area. use via
At Pcrrine I* a ui ow laedi i.


as ere teat r11& -'ayes an w
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felled least gage .a&'rear
,,DR. F. P. ARCHER,,

Consult rag OaHsmUlati I f a i

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tabs,.. II ... .wage tbrsoe.ssrser I the man that knows '
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do It. No
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TROPIC'IMDNKEYJUNCLE too small or toe Wf.

Prices rightGROVER. 1\DER_


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I Paw: Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 10.
!' I Mri. Cdw. Pope of -Chattanooga with her son-in-law and daughter Mn. H. !of. Degler was takes
were guests of Mr. and Mr*. Nes- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Thompson the Kendall hospital Tuesday '
; t'In 'bitt on Monday. f in Orlando. treatment;
and Ground '
Mrs. Bonnie M. Dixon, former Mn De'Vore Mackey will leave Mn. P."B. Edwards of MacMUJ k
mayor of Clrard Ga., and her ali Sunday for. her home In Black- Ga. Is expected this week to spend ,1:0
ten, Mn. Bob Kennedy and MM. shear, pa, after a visit with herbrotherInlaw the winter with lira B. H. rd.*;'
. r Homestead Margaret Either of Hephilbah and sister, Mr. and wards. v
, Ca, and Mn. R. B. Cain of Greenwood Mrs) R. S. Dunn, and another sister "'"
S. C. have returned to their Miss Vera Delk Mr. and Mn. J. Coss and song; ''
( ,\ homes after visiting places of Interest Pal arrived Saturday from FerryilU: ,
h In Florida and spending the Capt. and Mn. L. R. Jacobs ofEvansvllle Texas, and have rented the H. JJsV.
" Kenneth W. Stone, his father,'(Monday from Gainesville where Brockett cottage on Eighth '
I holidays with their titter and Ind have arrived to street/!;
I Chas. L. Stone, and Clifford,(they spent the holiday,with Mn brother-in-law, Mr. and Mn. L. spend the winter with their son MMM! ,
a I' Crtljtton arrived Sunday from I I Bethea's parents, Mr.,,and Mrs. S. A. Wise. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Lois Myen of Frostproof, Fla, *;,,
i Ashby Mass, to spend the season T. Skipper.Mr. '. Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Is spending the winter in Florida*"r
at Kenneth Stone's grove home on! ----oil" Mr. and Mri. Fritz Jackson of City. "
t : Halnlin drive.Mr. and Mn. A. Campbell had Bauer drive entertained Mr. and ( n #
ftIn" as week-end guest Mn. Camp Mn. Fred Colburn of Fort Pierce FLORIDA CITY Henry Baumann of Bridgeport.:,"
t, I and Mrs. C. O. Calderwoodt bell's brother-in-law .and sifter during the holiday By Mrs W. W. Severy N. J. visited recently with Frank.
I '/ \ Reiland are announcing the Mr. and Mn E. P. Wilson of I Costa. t
r; birth of an eight-pound six- Hollywood.T. . Mr. and Mri. Wm Smythe who, Mr. and Mn. W. S. Knlseley ot -
;, .. ounce son, James, in the James have been spending the holidayswith Washington, D. C are guests at Mn.W. F. A. Robertson enterf,
;; ;: Archer Smith Jiospltal Saturday. E. Kirby returned Monday relatives in New York City the home of Mr. and Mn. Albert talned the Woman's Society of 3*
,. night from taking his son, Edward And Dover, N. Y., returned to' Hinman. Christian Service' on Wednesday*,f
if :.... Mn Frank Skill and Mn. Russell -, and Elwin Cooper, Howard their home In Redland this week. afternoon at her home. '
. Horn are visiting relatives In West and Howard Lamb to i Mn Mable Walkup arrived
;" Washington, D. C, for several Gainesville to resume their studiesat Mr. and Mn. Frank Mclrwaln Sunday from Kentland, Ind. I I Mrs..Anna Porterfield: of Miami i ,
_. ,Ii. week They left Saturday to take: the University of Florida.Mr. have as guests this week, Mr. and la visiting this week with her t,f
;.y Mill Elizabeth: Skill and her houseguest Mn. Ed Cantrel of Fort Mel,' Mr. and Mrs. Emil Peters of I another, Mn.,W. F, A. Robertson 1,
Alba Martha Johnston, to, and Mn. Sam J. Davis attended S. C. Livingston Manor, N. Y. havt
ti College Park, Md., where they are' the concert given by Ye- taken an apartment in the Silver- Mr. and Mn. Lester Walkup .
" student at the University of'I hudl Menuhln at the White Temple Mrs Phillilp Boiler of Newman man building. moved Monday Into the Joe Dies ,
t Maryland. They took also Frank in Miami Monday evening On North
11 and her children, Rainer and property on Broadway
i",. Skill. Jr. to Vineyard, N. J, where Sunday evening entertained
i f they Anne, who are spending the winter Mr. and Mrs Haden Jenkinsand which they recently purchased.
I lie School for
tit attends Vineyard Violinist Walter Witko of Miami
I in Miami, visited Thursday at
Infant son have moved from (Continued on Fag Seven) -
a; Boys. and Mn. Maude X. Chandler.
' the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Bevo the Clinton apartments to Lee's
.. Webb. Mrs. Roller is the former nw rnm.
4 Miss La Nelle Rogers student at Mn A. D. Fogl had at guests Miss Rachael Peterson who taught
ry' ;' Weslytn College In Macon, Ca, for several days last week Mr. n Homestead High School.. Turner's Funeral Home
,t, t'' who underwent an emergency and Mrs. Ceo. Bryan and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Cullum Baasett of ".n AMBULANCE SERVICE -
appendectomy at Riverside Hospital Mamie Sewell, all of Orlando. Connecticut who are spending the
1 t' \ la Miami was removed to her' Mr. and Mn. 'Walton Word left winter in Miami, where week-end Lady Attendant
1. home on Sunday. She will return Miss Jane Gstlin left Tuesday Tuesday for their home in Chrlsianburg guests of' Mr. and Mrs. David Phone 8M-R Homestead, Fla
t Va, after visit with .
r a
to Weilyan on Feb 1. to visit an uncle and aunt, Mr. Snow.
} Mr. and Mn Paul Reynolds. Mrs.J.
r and Mrs. P. D. Henderson, in At-
F. Reynolds, 'mother of Mr. -
r. Mn. Ben Archer and son, Lester, lanta.
10\ f ( returned Sunday from a ten-day Mr. and Mn. Fred Moore of Orlando Reynolds, her daughter, Mn. Quln
I Word, her son, Lewyn Reynolds, EDWARD STILING
visit in'Kenaiivllle at the country were recent guests of Mr.
t r horn of Mr. and Mn. James M. and Mr. Ceo. Polk. and niece, Margaret Reynolds, al-
have returned to their homeIn
1 I 10
h Carson. They were accompanied
1 to Ketuuuvill Mn. J. Milton Blacksburg Va. after visit at
by Mr. and Mn. J. N. Delllnger of REALTORReal
4 { Leach, mother of Mn. Carson and Shelby, N. C, their daughter-in- the Reynolds home
. Mn Archer, who will remain law, Mn. Auburn Delllnger, and
N > : there tot m visit of several months.James her daughter, Margaret, arrived in' Mr. and Mn. A. C. Ryan ofChrlaney Estate General Insurance '
1 ( ....-- Homestead Saturday. Mrs. Auburn -' Ind, an spending several
Jtedd''W was seriously Delllnger is visiting her parents weeks with Homesteadfriends.
l I Injured .In an automobile accident Mr. and Mrs. Homer Davis,' NOTARY PUBLICCor.
, ; I several weeks ago was returned for several weeks. Mr. and Mn Palm Ave. and Ave B Florida City Fla, .
'' I to his home Wednesday from the J. N. Delllnger will spend the winter Mra. Edw. Brooker returned to PHONES 511-J AND SI1-M \
}1 James Archer: Smith hospital. here. Homestead Saturday after a visit -

''f W. Y. Bush, Luther Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee entertained -:
" It. B. Beattie and C. P. Ormolu at their home this week:
iIo.' attended a meeting of the Little J. Tom Davis, Fred H. Davis and
River L O. O. F. lodge Wednesday C. B. Harrison, all of Wrights-
i I night when the grand master, vllle, Ga. '
t II .J K, David, made his official visit

I. {. there. Dr. and Mn E. D. Anderson of' Let's All Get Behind

Daulton Ga, have rented on of ,
Vane Harris Is
Mn. of Redland
1 In Mo-
Mn. Eva Collins' cottages
In the James Archer Smith hospital
dello, where they expect to spend
I, : for medical treatment three months. Mn. Anderson Is

\0( a sister of James Nesbltt. Dr and This Slogan: .
Mn. W M. Bethea and daughter Mn. Anderson, who have been ,
'. { : Marilyn, returned to Naranja staying in Miami,' and Mr. and

4.R.:. f. "Send Redland District Fruit in ;

R. Does Your Car Have Any

t your Gift Boxes. It carries

Of These Faults .

f. better...arrives in bet-

f t 1
e ter condition" ;

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'It Lacks Power and .Speed .

{\ s Hard to Start .

{ .f' Uses Too Much Gas '. '. Let's see that this fact "gets
j ( ': Vibrates or runs rough? .' '

r Sluggish and No Pep .., .. >. '*, .;., '... : across" to the thousands who "

,, .r.. w ..*; come to Miami this winter.

Drive it into our garage and have the engine


MOTOR TESTER and see for yourself what is J '.'

needed to put it in first class operating ,condition. .. : .
Px Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

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"Friday", January 10, 941 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace; Sever '

; ,

. 20 llllllllllDmnUlllmmlllllllllli Years Ago I Homestead Highlights Ii i

JrrIlrBl/IlIlII/ 11I111I111I1111 11I1111I11:milD New Year Resolutions I CLASS STUDIES CARPETS

TV IMtmlmg HMM .e ears '_ Suggested by Pastor We, the students of Homestead Members of the Interior decoration FORUM
tUm ttm III. *l MM a_ High, wish to express I class In the study of rugs Is
asrne..ar.as M... .1, III!. The assembly i our sorrow at the loss of making display of the different i
.. r* assta ylrids -- sad program began
..... err 19416 With Mr __ with Betty Jane Meybem conducting our former cla..ma'.nd types of weaves. They have already ,
.... .-. the devotional services. Mabel friend, Emory; Dearlng. We secured: : Nundat Axmin- ;' By AB.VIR CORDON

:Jan. It mi Ruth Pope played a piano tolo shall always remember him ster Wilton Broadloom and BACK priming OB wood aiding awl
"Most folks were surprised to The student body then sang "Auld and the fine qualities which Broadfelt weaves. They also have walls Is Samuel M aU
Sum that James D. Redd had been Lang Syn., made Emory dear to all of grass Baroda and chenille rugs structures causes when Interior Improper moisture ventilation vapor

-,, appointed county commissioner in Charlotte Geronlmo the chairman -; us. Not only are the floors being to condense en the imperatively
place of Walter J. Tweedell, who introduced the guest speaker studied but pictures for the walls cooler wall aurfecee, driving the
.. "II In Arizona for the benefit of his who was the Rev. George Rlcka, T are being discussed. Doot be surprised ,moisture through to the esterler.Thla .
health and will probably remain Mr. Ricks' talk was bawd on new I it you see famous paintingsall resulta In cracking of concrete
Homestead Girl ScoutsBy
or crumbling of brick due to freei-
.0 there for some time. Mr. Redd Is year resolutions. He five' around the school.
IDa as well as la the blistering and
Mary Scribe
well fitted for the Other classes are sewing on
specially important
topics'which should becarried ... peeling of even the most durable exterior
Vuttes of this office and will make out by all who make new the various articles. paints. This Is equally true .*
an able successor to Mr. Twee- year resolutions They were:I We met at home of Mrs. i -Katherine Orfanedes. steam-heated houses er the dairy
- dell." sportsmanship, better personality: Frank Skill for our regular meet barn where the presence of livestock
-"Th. annual Installation of officers publicity, longer view, and how ing. All girls were asked to bring emotes moisture vapor.
Joe Piche Now in Army Te prevent moisture penetntlnaInto
(Rebekahs) was held Mon- to better one'a aelf. Mia talk was I in money for our camp and Christ aiding back prime with a __-
day Bight, the following officers: very: Interesting and mas cards. A report was given I To Study Air MechanicsJoe tuft resistant paint composed ef
being "Inaugurated at .the al. on the Christmas Carol which equal carts (by volume) soft paste
V. time: N. G., Mrs. Leonard Chap- Songs "Old Folka InSPlr.tlon-1 eight girls attended.We Piche, son of Mr and Mrs. ,white Wl and lead nixing er lead

,? wan; V. O, Mrs. L. W. Taylor; P. "Battle Hymn of the retired to our corners,] T. D. Plch of Homestead, war recently reducing prepared oIL flatting The biter vehicles.are specially

S' N. Q. Mrs. Al Doyle; secretary, "My Bonnie", "Long, Long checked the rolls and attended to home on a few days' furlough The priming of lumbar aiding be-
'4' Miss Eunice Nixon; treasurer, E. and the school business. from JoJferson Barracks tore delivery or e. the Job before
E. Capliager. . I the student body.J. song. were 10.0"1 I Those present were: Patty Robinson St. ,Louis !do,. when he went as construction will result la a eeneiaarable -
-The Ladles' Aid of the M. E. I T. Godwin Barbara Miller Anne [one of the 987 newly enlisted soldiers saving.
an Q.-Cuggest a method for removing
Church South held Its first meetIng ment of a contest for all Rheney, Ardel Parman Katherine from Mac DaD Field Tampa araokc discoloration' from brick
' of the new Wednesday Kelly Bellegene Bullard Betty who will be aent to achool for
year : who will I siding and chimneys.
try: to compose, I
evening . . The following oft school new I Bailey Betty Gatlin Margaret technical training.Joe A.-.II r vigorous brushing with a
f cers were elected:' president Mrs. yells.The Barnes, Suzanne Brown Ann and I expects to be sent to Chan- stiff brush remove as much of the
_ Davis; vice-president Mrs. Bradley assembly: waa dismissed Katherine Shackleford Jolvene ute Field Rautoul, Ill, to study soot tat dual as possible.J ;
with the usual singing of "The Mock, Ruth Rutland Betty and air mechanics.MI"NMNNMNHNN.NMNNHHHH.. Follow by applying with an ordinary -)
; secretary; Mrs. Redd; treas- Star Spangled Banner". fibre wall brush a mixture
ever Mrs. Tweedell Mrs. Margaret Stlllman, Vara Rheney of of ..
; chaplain, composed one gallon a good
,' -Anna bellI! Peters Connie Campbell Geraldine .. ...... ..
Selby; reporter, Mrs. Bryant; . Shep N soft soap two pounds of pualee
n"Otis Redford returned last herd, Ruth and Betty Byrom. Barbara FLORIDA CITY stone plus one pint of aqua ammonia.

. A>t week to his home near Ocala, after WE RETURN TO WORK Jean Smith Betty Schau- .,.-...-....".?..--.,..........- the Allow discolored this' mixture brick for to about remain thirty en
berger, Joy Peters Barbara
.. a visit with his father-in-law Here we are back In school for Home Barbara Wakefield.Mra. Jean (Continued from Page Six) minutes before brushing the surface
r T. P. Cahoon." a few months with only one or well, working the mixture Into every
two breaks Carl Robinson was leaderas Grover Becker left Sunday for track and crevice.Finish .
"Mrs. L. O. Hall of West Palm until June. Most of
Mrs. Skill and Mrs. Horne I Key West where he has secured
us are oft by 'washing the brick
are glad to
Beach get back
Is Dr. M. A.
visiting Berger so that we both away. 'We played employment thoroughly' with" clear water.
and family." will see June come more nutcklv.: Connie Campbell waa hostess. Q,-Can furnace cement be stared
\ -'T, Fleltai of Key West arrived St. Nick was good to most of us In an open container without' hardening
on Wednesday to visit with and all had a happy Christmas Mrs. A. B. Langham and children or deterioration
vac.Uon.We Son: "Mummy, la it true that, Marjorie Audrey and Waynereturned , A.-Since furnace cement hardens
his daughter, Mrs. J. D. Redd. *
; "
man Is made of dust?
wonder how Friday from St. Augur upon exposure to air a thin layer of
: -"Otto( Schneider of the firm many: newyear's Mother: "Yes, dear." tine. melted paraffin wax poured ever the
$ of Dillon & Schneider, who are resolutions were made to Son: "Well, I guess there'll I I I mixture will suffice to seal It from
do better work In school and how I the surface hardening
% doing the street work at Florida soon be one under the bed." air preventing -
{ City has purchased the E.R. WpodCtutbury many: of them will be kept. School Exchange spare Mr. and Mrs. Coy Bullard .and I and consequent deterioration II j j'Er
; ; house at the corner of Krome will get a little monotonous In a'' son of Davenport, low, visited -
,. i< and Campbell. He will occupy few weeks but we will live I Boss: "How are you Ian week with Mrs. Belle Mead. I, "' -I-er-am seeking; yourdaughter's
through It. After a while hand- r-have (
the house Immediately. This property along with arithmetic Sam etUn'1 you
won't notice It Mrs. Joe Gollettacheck and "
and the sixth any objection air
which was formerly owned Sam: "Well, Ah don
June will be here children of Miami Springs |I Father "None all. Take
before we / are ) at the
by D. Davis, Is one of the best residential W'I add up all de noughts,
It visiting at the home of Mr. "
and that's
one always in my pocket -
properties in Homestead -Bruce figgers still bother me. -Ex. Mrs. Ray J I Exchange.
-:> -"AI we go to press word hat I

been received that the first car of LIBRARY GETS EXHIBIT .. ,, " ".,.. ,,,,..,,,,.,,. " " ''' "" ,
tomatoes this season will be shipped I :
on Saturday: by: the Homestead II I In the high school library; Mrs, C. J. BROWN CO. Brooker
Lumber Co. Inc.For
., Growers' Association.: Gallaher has on display the various .
-"The S-H Club held a very products which can be made Refrigeration : ,
successful meeting on Monday . I from corn. This display was ,Service Quality Lumber Call This Number
New officers were elected as follows given to the school by the Kerr
: president, Mrs. Sarah Peterson Company. ElectricalContracting
i ; vice-president Mrs. Ralph I Products corning from corn TOOLS
Edwards; secretary; Mrs. Wise the different kinds of syrup de.-I : HARDWARE I 62 SASH and DOORS

jj> treasurer, Miss Pratt . ." serts, corn starch, salad oil, 'laundry
jp 'The Repertoire Club off : starch, and Unit for the bath. CAVES BLTK1. F. a A. LOANS A. B. C. LOANS
Homestead entertained the faculty I There are recipe books on display
: of the public school at their also. HOMESTEAD PHONE 534 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDAt

regular meeeting last Friday afk -Melba Van Winkle. i , , " .. ' . .. ,
o temoon at the home of Mrs. R --- -- -

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Redland Girl Scouts


The meeting was opened with President HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
the flag salute and the singing of
Condensed from Report I. the Comptroller 01 the Currency at the
"Cod Bless America"A
Clew et Bust neft onT.
hike to Homestead was I. HARRIS '
planned for afternoon, Jan.
Friday Chairman ,
10. of the Board DECEMBER 31, 1910W.

'mot wire C. PAYNE .
JRresent : Kathleen Wag- RESOURCES ,
ref, Kathleen Campbell, Rosemary; Cashier
Burk, Rosemary Hennlngton, A. E. CAMPBELL Loans and DIscounts .............................?_................_$109,219.37

Kathryn Levy; Marie Rogers, Assistant Cashier Federal Reserve Banking Stock.._.................._..... 1,750.00

Peggy O'Brien, Melba Collins, Banking House .................................................................... 10,668.92
Evelyn Cowman, Charlotte Murray -
Grace Burry: ,' Sarah Vihlen, Furniture & Fixtures .................._........._....................... 4,250.00
,'" Mrs. A. L. Campbell and Miss bears of Directors Other Assets (Accrued Interest and Prepaid Expense) 969.0G

Myrtle Kerfoot Grow L and A. : 1aHOU"u.. S. Government Securities ...................... $58,760.94

Offlclll State and County Bonds ..............:19.94:..._ 63,115.00 -

1, t'n. s. AKERS; IAI.! W. ENGLISH Municipal Bonds ..............N............ .... o.._ 29,774.26

'> Newspaper Publisher and Cash on Hand and Due from Banks ........ 231,796.78 383"UG.98

\ DENTIST | Theatre Operator .._ ,..
r. I. HARRIS ;
f" .Office Boors: I a. se..to. .; H.rdee-Harrl. Packing Co. a0,301.3.1

,, i todays t to II I T. E. Lirasr LIABILITIES

;:\; | Closed Saturdays : Kirby Packing Ca Capital Stock ....................._.....;:...........,...__............._ em ,000.Ot1

MAX LOS rES Surplus ................_................._...........__...............__ 34000.00 ,

e \ Free Parking Spaces i il7M President Undivided Profits and Preserves ..._....._..__._-.... 3,769.31'

W. arm it, MIAMI. F. IL &tE Other Liabilities _..................................................:........... 1,649.41

I FHONE 1-1IS1 i Fertilizer Manufacturer, Grower Deposits ............................................................................_.. 415,885.55
A. r.'EB8I'urnlture

Merchant e .110,301.33 i

Meshes Federal Reserve System and Federal DlpeIi& Inurasee Corporation. ;

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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 10.19411 ;

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I N in . Social Events in. South Dade . .


bnsy Louise Coulee of Steele, N. D., 'w
Cot Cne.'X Mettler. of the V. by Mn. RiJjrrShower 110 Baker of were married in Miami Sunday Putting new Mite la the Ban that Mn. Hindmao will arrange ;
S. A. ivdre*. will speak on oar IIJuDI. afternoon at J.SO o'clock at the stead Methodist Church oe replacing ' for transportation of members ..
home of the Rev. Mr. E. L.
preparedness program at the : hi'W iU be served at I old seats and painting the who desire it. It
nand FVIrce nephew and niece of Mr.
nesting of fee Dade County Federation : lntt>el I Chamber 0( Cow room ol the Sunday school building -
of Woman'* 'dub la men* building. Mr*. R. J. Effect Matthew Mr. Pelrce performed are the project which the CAROL KOBXXTS OC8EKTMBIRTHDAT
Homestead Jen. 12, announce Mrs Joel J. Robinson and )(JL R. the ceremony. Woman's Society of Christian ANKimSAmT'
Mrf. a K. Fount, president ol R JUnard of Homestead and Mn.H. Present were member of the Service win undertake Ibis year, Mr. James Robert cave a :
the Woman'! dub of Hoewstead J. Lehteldt and Mn Robert a family: Mr. and Mn. I. R. Matthews the society decided at e meeting party at her bone Beteda/ 'i
The burin meeting win beginat Taylor *f Miami have charge of Mr. and Mn Wesley Matthews ,held .Tuesday afternoon ka the observance of the third birthday I''
10.M .clock la the Homestead _tIoM. Mr. and Mr. Roy Matthews ,dwreh.I anniversary' of he* daughter, V'
Methodist Church. Orange Jute An exhibit of citrus and other Mr. and Mn. Aldus Matthews I The committee appointed by Carol Marie.

will to erred it the door. Identification product made in the Redland Mr. and Mn. Jason Avery, Mrs. B. M, Hindman president Various game were played durI
tags win to given to the District U planned tor the Cham- Mn. Mary Avery and Mn.Peirce. to Investigate the coat of seats tot tog the afternoon. A white cake

president of club. and seats will .ber of Commerce building.A Mr*. Matthew came here from the church, U composed of Mr. decorated in pink and green wa *
be reserved far them. motorcade through the Red- Steele about three week ago. J. W. English, Mrs. Dan Williams, served with cookie*, candy and '
Mr Wee Musslewhite will sing land District will be held after the Mr. Matthews who came to Mn. R L. Brandenburg Mrs U punch.

during a musical program directed meeting. Homestead from North Dakota in C. Dodd and Mrs. Lloyd rield. Small guest present were;
1(12: is of the Home'
t The society will serve chicken Kathryn Genn Frank Murphy, ,
MRS. IL RI7EGO ELECTED Mn. Seymour Dane and Mn stead Townsend Club.B. meal in the dining room of the Carl and Juanlta Smith, Elaine

OAKDEN CLUB OFFICER Dave Kufeldt the house committee Sunday school building both noon and Angelyn Bussey, Phillip Simmons -
Mn H. Ruegg wi unanimous will hive charge of tile detail P. W. C. HAS PROGRAM land evening on Jan. J5, it was de- Bruce and Joyce Ennis,

ly elected.secretary-treasurer o< *. ON SHAPING LEGISLATIONAn Ticket may be purchased Jackie Cave, Coy Lou Crennell,
the South Dade Garden Club ate Preterit at the meeting were,: interesting program on II from any circle leader. Mn. A. Dexter Home, Betty: Turner. Laver '
business meeting held Monday afternoon Mn. B. A. Waldin, Mn. W. D. "Helping to Shape Legislation M. Logan la chairman of the'af and Lorita Linn. Amelia
at the home of the pmi- Mahaa. Mn. E. A. Carter Mn. and a political quia were presented I fair. Money cleared will to divided Witt, Mary Jo and Margie Sue
dent. Mn. Roy Matthewi. She Geo. 'W. Turner, Jr, Mn. Kufeldt at the meeting of the Homestead I among the circle to meet Texburg, law Lett Karen
wa chose after the resignation and Mn. Stewart. B. P. W. C Monday evening the Item on their Individual Bishop Henry and Billy Olson,
of Mr*. Win Dunlop, who had by Mrs. J. r. Hammett, legislation I budget I Pearl Marie 'Cooper, Barbara Ann

filled the office for eleven yean, chairman. I Leaders and assistants of the Schuler. Ruth Elsie Tomerlln
O. B. S. OOMMTPTKBa ,Present were: Mr. J. E. Gau-
re-divided, Lucille DeN Bennie Marie
which Ie'Oo
had been accepted with regret by circles, were
the club. AU rent. Mn. C. H. Steffanl. Mr 'are: Mrs. Dan William, and Mn.J. and Barbara Mark. Barbara Jeaa
Mn. Matthew announced the Committee appointment for AdAM Charles Clinton, Mr Roy Chand- .'P. Anderson Mr English and Smith and Castile Terburg.Crownope .
of the O. K. 3.were ler Mn. B. A. Waldin, Mn. dna
Chapter ,
appointment of the following Mn./. D. Redd and Mm H. L I. yree.nt were Mrs.
ohalnneM billboard Mn. IX anmMmced' by Mn. B. W. MuDbMiw Stewart Mn. Ben Archer and, Brandenburg and Mr*. JoUaa-H. 'Andy TerburavMn. M.A; Murpny -

BhetaUae oranbook. Mr*. :H. r matron, at lad I'rIda7'IIDMIMIIC Mla Ann Lee. Wetatef 'At-the nest airting of ,.Mr*, Gee.'OeV Met..A.'X.
Brown: wad Howes.. Mn. 'M. W1 in the L O. O. T. ball The next meeting 'will to a the circle.Ja*. 31. suds (Mmwdlfae 'Smith, Mm A. ,A. Bweey, M s ,
AIL hmeheon meeting at the Bamboo ,
committees are: finance. triecked.
Ball; saummtiln Mn. Joel fha Hand Hlaimoest'llLsa'W.'a Cat1",
.... Mrs' J. W. Bnifl** Tavern CIa Jan 20. k. '
RontMMi tasntiTioetlnty U. Mmbmhlp aoataei 'will be Jr. Mr Virgil Oeeaaamtrs. .
Herman BMttUaa> ; ) and W. B.Caves;relish Mn.Mrt- meld' *'durmg fee'. isnt ttreentbtfrnT U L a*sr,Urn zawmahA ,'h.. '
Mm Duty; end publicity., Mr ism, )tt*. and Mr DIaL O. Turbot Daagbertjr, Mn.'Preston B.: Bird,I it was decided,,nd tile Mrs. HeaDeNi ".obra4d./ ...:&... .
One MoU Anita and >>LIe Allen Macomber. neoUCteoa Mb Mildred Sullivan and Miss ''winner win W honored at a ewrered o and MIN wares Hortok.Mr : .
Mn. 0. T. Calkin WIll made Mr*. Cutale Jotter, Mia* Hazel Sullivan examining any,I' dish lund1 oa. -Mr*. U C *. W..W. Allen eat Mn.Bert .
chains .*an mall Festival ex- Beta Livingston aid- Mrs Oea all peat matron: ; and publicity, MilsMacaIrIbeI' I Dodd and Mr. Dove 'WimaJM 'win Andrews sent --.
Dibit. W. Turner; way, and maana direct theconteest
with Mrs. English: a* tint It announced that Mia I
Mn. Roar Bule. Identification' Grown wJ Homertead
Announcement wa, made thata Room mother ef the
Mm A. R. Mejbem dan Marlk of Hialeah, grand Instructress -
anowed ofLucuma
chairman, specimen
I Mn. Sam district meeting will be held school are asked to meet today
urtfuaa or ties, and Mn Second chairman from District 28. will Jan. 13 at the WhIte Temple In U the auditorium Matthew showed specimens olStrychnde j. Daria. third chairman registration have charge of practice tonight, t
Mrs Meybeia, I Miami from 11 o'clock UU 3. and Cooper Ecnoot *| 8 o'clock.
tftaoHi. and identity, and again on Jan. 24. The grand
Announcement wa made that Mrs Devil, Mrs B. J. Dyal, and matron'' offldal visit will be
Mn. Helnleta will entertain the Mia Either Livingston; girt and made on Jan. 20.Mn. '
group at the home her mother,,I home Mn Harold' Sheffield, Mn.LJvin0rton O. H. Ritch wa Installed v A/AM .NnS'IjJttJ ." ..
Ms.. Calkin, on Jin. 20. I Mn. Herbert Katz a* Esther by Mn. Livingston.
Present were: Mn. H. J. and Mr*. Gem W. Turner; entertainment Present were: Mr. and Mn ;1.Il'ftWtR1" / ;;; Jue
byihlre Mn. R. O. Desmond nd decorating Mn Livingston, Mr. and Mn. Sam J.
Annie' R. Butler Mn. Per-I Lloyd Delis, Mn. J. E. Devil, Mia Davis, Mr. and Mn. Meybem, Mr. "0_ to. 'N"

Sage, Mn. R. J. Shepherd Either Livingston, Mr*. W. R.Bird and Mn. Chaa G. Turner Mr. -
Herman Helnleln Mn J. W. Dobbin Mr. J. D. Redd and Mia Julia and Mn. Caves, Mn. Mulllnj, Mn ..II.Y.aIIG" IU." 0"'" ..ova.aa...

Mn. Stanley Matthew. Mn. Sullivan; refreshment' Mn. Sheffield Gem Turner Mn. Ritch, M....
.; W. K. H.... Mn D. B. Snow. Mr. Livingston, Mn. Caves, Sheffield, Mn. Deltz, Mn. Joiner. -
Mn. T. K. Wheeler, Mn. J. T. Mr*. Paul Reynolds, Mr*. J:. J. Mr. J. E. Davis, Mrs. English, DIXIE DRUG
Rohrer Mr B. J. Norman, Sr.., Norman. Mn A. W. Hutchinson, Mlles Either and Helen Livingston -
( Mn. X.: J. Norman Mn. John Mn. Anna Carter. Mr. J. A.. and Mia Macomber, lACK POut HOWARD JOHNSON

Rick. Mn. T. U Hodges. Mrs.Y .I Hasaesteca, rfa Ph ere 30 and 1111
Mn. Bule, Mn. ShetzHne. '
Matthew Join us during our treat "New Customer Sals''*. Learn
Mr Calkin, Mr
a Mn. Brows Mrs Dunlop 8:1::1 how easy it is to Jet the moat out of Jour Vq iton

Roblnaottt Mr*. Ball and Mn. budget in dependable, first quality merel1aDct1v. Kua1l
Smith ANNOUNCEMENTDR. shows you how to do it now. Harry for the values:.


dubboMse of the Woman'i R. J. ELLIOTT Defender Mmtr

.. Out of tubs Rodland win be painted LIES' SYRINGE or CombShcrHor ; '
and mcaaiiry repaln will be CHIROPRACTOR
*Md* within the next month th SYRINGE
rite ealily and Jw
dab derided at a called meeting
feds s.1k is live News year ebtsbwbMt

bald, Frtdftf. lIMa E ielle Tuner., ,Announces that he is i.r.L3thsg to sare inribber

mow Y 89C

hia 'offices from his

I. -.\' t. .present location in -:...,

the Horne .-st
'n Bldg '
... . Vl\UtS ,IN 10WKt
I ... tad
00 .. 'I. TO ::
'n 9seatw.t1.xiOa ::f.ra
i I . ..... .... : ,.on, rtd ps :L .
bwiSeli.ee.. q.wA+t. Rooms 15.17-19 stem m*eIa ..., Isa ,5's
I 1I&t. ai .
hea.-thod . sgre t .. 1M
IOfwo eaa .nableI I f' McCrory Arcade .. cIa--
Ask for.
Homestead, Fla. Phone !8JI
I ,
Charm usibrd
I Modern ZS
BOOS 1:" tolstoesetteI
Abe wwuccHAfullpa.adofbib
01111-- Ts.edsye-12I to lit } te U', COLD CREAMI

... BeAUTy ......,-.s.eaa only.Y BLADES
ALICE'S quality sold atnar 18..171 blade gears.rowmo .

W14 PARLOR a.a.er Reeds I. 59C 3' j 25Cwl

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January 10, 1941 TUB LEADBR-INTIRPRlSI!: POlO Nile


-- and their husband wU Meet
Social EventsOLD at the home of Mr. aid Mrs Lee
Talks on aniKina work ia Japan party by their sponsors members
were elves by Mrs Julie Folk Bad M Circle....., at the Sunday lL Lehman Monday evening when
Mrs T. D. Pfcba it a meeting of School buUdtB next Wednesday vW men win leave shares of the

W. M. V. Circle one of th* Tint evening, it watuUdded at a *> prosjranv aasuett .
wish alwnd
Baptist Outre of Homestead lM III the Circle Wednesday .t the Any member
FASHIONED BARN DANCE PLANNED: I Wednesday irtermoon at tile home MS* ., Mn. 1'. B. KIrby. is asked to **ttt> .., UB

.BY JUNIOR WOMAN'S& CLUB OF. HOMESTEAD: of Mn. J. T. Marti Mrs. W. a. Un. & II. rifc* read aa article man, Mr' *. Herman IttsrK Mn..
B. K. J'wIk'or MOW K.
Other mduettd the dewobOMfc. *. .. Can We Serve. Mr J.
Teaa Via article lauad .tAJM ler, tile b HaaatcI..
Present wen: Mr. Catherine *, an on
AA old fag sieeed" bare dance Cntta. Wi*, JidwiK McGerrak'Mrs rfctard. MB*. Biry .HMn.. bseisMeg "; and Mrs W. JL .
with....* dandma and % string.oedsestn August ")11II. Mn. 'Walker.Mn. I Annie A Butler Sirs Pock, Mr* tlyrit aa ante* ,on .'lUnstntFintT. YO'CWGrur11M eHs
_will be given Feb. I In thirhanan.' Mra..Wright. MILYaltoll .Mn. Vann gavi h* _16- PlOTS SOCIAL Dozen"
the chamber of Commerce build' Ur. Turner Mn...Ennit War- word for 1M year, and Mr J. Members of the YOUM PtoaJ*'*
ing by the Junior Woman' Club Mn. Oxford, Mrs. Bird, Mrs tin.Mn. Lawrence Scott bad ehaffa of toe Service League .r..3*. Jeka1
Cordon hostess
,it Homestead. Peart WhItaker, Min Geraldine Ivey WM roUonali. Mrs. J'iL; Newton Episcopal Church enjoyed a ...
Decision to give the dance wit RelU and Min Ellen Huff. to CIrcle afternoon'Two at:bar home Wednesday read 4'Circle:"j>oeIa. ", :1.< meeting at the home of Mr. sad
made at a club meeting Monday -- five met Wednesday, afternoon Mn. Frank W. SUltmaa In lUd-
Wght in the clubhouse. Mn. E. BAND PARENTS TO BOLD Mn. A. A. BUM read a storyof at the home of Mrs. K. H. land Wednesday evenlnf.
A. Buchanan and Mn. Harold Oxford FOOD BALE ON JAN. 18 a ChIn girl lived by mir Collier. Mrs. C E. Saunders had First prtaet In bunco were wen
were named co-chairman of A food and cake sale to be held ilonarles, Mn. Harry Schau- chart of the meeting and Mn. by Ardel Parmaa and Norton
.c .. the affair. In Homestead Jan. 18 In front of berger" read a New Year's poem, S. A Proctor conducted the de Wakefield; second prizes. by Anne
Mn. James I* Bird, president the Dixie Drug Store It announcedby and Mr*. Bert Andrews gave a talk votional. Khtney and Frank Hausmani; and
appointed Mn. Oxford. Mr*. Her- the Homestead High School on "The Orient-Closing Doon". Other present were: Mn. W. D. eonsolation prizes, by Barbara
bert Turner and Mn. Bruce En- Band Parents Association. The Cake and coffee were served by Horne; Mn. S.: L. Wett Mrs. Wells and George Jenner.
nls to serve a* .a nominating com-; plan was decided on at a meeting the hottest. Cerda Fread, Mn. H. E. Redln.Mn. Other members present were;:
mittee. I Monday night In the music room Present also were: Mn. A. D. C. L. Lawrence Mn. M. M. Barbara Jean Wakefield, Suzanne
Mn. OlIn Wright, Mn. Geo. H. of the school. Smith, Mn. Jack Folk, Mn. A. J. Lawrence and Mn. M. W. Craft, Brown, Doris Singleton, Barbara
Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Frank Bernecker The alt will be held to raise Van Marter Mn. Laura Davis, new member. Miller, Kathryn Levy Bruce Scott,
Mrs. T. J. Walker and Nn money for a band flag Mrs. R. Mn. Hollltter San Mn. D. R. I Wilson Austin and Ernest Jenner.
Virginia Walton were elected I H. Done hat given an American Snyder and Mn. S. C. SUton.Mn. 1 MRS. RIGHT HOSTESS I Present also were Mr. and Mn.
delegate to the Dade County flag to the band. W. B. Caves wu hostess to TO NEIGHBORHOOD CIRCLE Stillman, Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield,
Tedention of Women' Clubs Mrs. Adrian Jacob, president, Circle Three at her home the nine The Redland Neighborhood Or I Mrs W. E. Rheney and the Rev
$f. meeeting In Homestead Jan. 22. appointed Mn. Frank B. Rue day Mrs. J. Lee Smith and Mn. elf met Tuesday afternoon with R. F, Blackford.
Annonuncement was made that chairman of the sale. Caves read article on mission Mn George Wright on Farm Life
the dancing classes of the club Present were: Mr. and Mn. GeoU work that 1* being done In foreign road. DEMONSTRATION CLUBSTO
taught by Mist Maryan Chadwick Murray Mr. and Mn. Lamar countries Mn. G. A. West Mrs Sam J. Davis played two MAKE CITRUS PRODUCTS
have been resumed. Kendrick Mn. W. B. Mills Mn. had charge of the devotional violin selections, "Serenade" by The Redland Home Demonstration -
Present were: Mn. R. E. Sher- C. Hagler Rice Mn. Ruth L. Scott,! Other present were: Mn. Jennie Haydn and "Meditation" by Thais, Clubs will hold all-day .
ard, Mn. W. B. Civet,Jr. Mn. An- Mn. W E. Rheney, Mn Bud Nel- Smith, Mn. T. C. Shackleford and Mn. Reed Holmes read an meeting Jan. 13 and 14 In the
sel Barrow, Mn. Clifton DeBerry, son Mn. Dave Barnes Mrs. Wm. Mn. Harry Cooper, Mn. R. E. Edwards : article on the life of Major Bowes home economics department of the
Mr*. L. T Proctor, Mrs. F. B. J. Geronlmo, Mn. T. L. Hodges, Mn. W. B. Civet, Jr. and Mn. Holmes won a guessing contest Redland High School to make
Mn L. R. Becker, Mn. Rue Mn! Miss Emily Engl citrus products.
Jacobs, Mn. Done and Dr. Frank The Royal Ambassadors will be Sandwiches ind punch were -
The Calendar Hausman. given a ChlneM' boys birthday served by the hostess. "So Joe will make a fortune,
Others present were: Mn. J. A. you think?"
, _. Jan Homertetd room mother HOMESTEAD tl A. i SAM TOKCISE HONORED Rotherham, Mr*. C. L. Hamilton, "Yes he sells cellophane masks
' meeting at S o'clock. ADOPTS BUDGETThe ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYSam Mn. W. E. Caby, Mn. L. H. to keep children's face clean
Jan. Princeton Home Dem- Homestead P. T. A. executive Torci' '' eleventh birthday Klopp, Mn J. Lawrence Scott, while their mothers are getting
"' castration Club. meeting with Mn. committee adopted its bud anniversary Friday vas markedby Miss Eva Rotherham and Mar- ready to take them visiting
: OlIn Edward get for the year at a meeting held a party liven by hU mother caret Cab). Milwaukee Journal

:__"_ Jan. 13-Monday Music Club Wednesday afternoon.The Mn. Joe ToreUf, at their home In T -..,... ,- J
meeting at home of Mn. Lee H. finance and budget chair- Florida CRy.Various .
Lehman. manrMn. A. W. Hutchinson, recommended games were played. Balloons -
Jan. Meeting-of WPA art that the association were given at tavon. Cake,
class In Chamber of Commerceat concentrate Its efforts on sellinj candy, fruit and punch wen irv- AYe a ro f -
4 and SSO.-: advertising for the Fruit Festival ed.Small "
..Jan Installation r of Rebekah premium book, and her recommendation guests prevent were:
officert. wis' approved by the Archie and Diana Clinton, Roll J4. NN

Jan. II-Meeting of home beautification committee.The LaRoce, Steve Roberta, Ronald ?
class in H. H. S. agricultural executive committee wenton Clonlnger, John U Deltz Tommy iHMEp.'t&I
rooms. record as favoring the establishment Turner Jackie and Edward
Jan. 14 Cuslnet* meeting of of suitable elective DandIer Joseph LaRocca Alfred S
Homestead Woman's Club at S:00 course for ..education in both MusumecI, James Booker, Win-
o'clock at club house. junior and senior high schools. ford Turner Len re Mutumecl
t'\ Jan. IS-Meeting of Redland Present were: Mrs. M. F.White Mary Ann MumimecU Mary Jane I
r Band Parents Association at T.30 \ president, Mn James Net- Natall Lillian Angellnl and Joe, :t; .
Jan. IS-Meeting of HomesteadP. bitt, Mn. Geo. N. Wakefleld, Mrs.W. Steve and Sam Torciie. -
T. A. at I o'clock. E. Rheney, Mn. Hutchinson, Othen present were: Mn. A -- .- -- .,_ .
Jan. IS of Homestead Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle, Mn. R. E. Mutumecl Mn. H. Curcuruto, --: "
-Meeting ;
Woman's Club at I o'clock In club- Anderson Mn. Ben Archer, Mn. Mn. J. LaRocca, Mn. E. Natal!, The rear J Jeadecl was a record year of general telephone'expansion
house. Green Rives, Principal B. M. )tra. Rose Lugll, Mn. A. Gucci La the South Million wen spent to expand local
Hindman and R. J. Hester. ardo and Miss Oracle Torciie.
of Redland
Jan. 17-Meeting and long distance facilities and other million wen ex.
Home Demonstration Club In Red-
: land Church at 1:3Q: o'clock. pended for preparedness projects ,'At the MOM time the

Jan. 17-Meeting of Ad Astra numerous and varied governmental and Industrial emergency .
Chapter, O. E. S. need filled
Jan. 18-Food tale of Home LEARN MORE wen promptly
stead Band Parents Association in Nearly 500,000 new telephones wen installed and about

t front of Dixie Drug. 180,000 taken for the of
out, making a net gain year more
Jan. 20-B. P. W. C. meetingat
Bamboo Tavern at 12 o'clock. EARN MORE than 110,000. Sixtr-eight new central office wen built and
Jan. 20-Social meeting of Junior Into Twelve of these and
M) put service. wen new exchange
\ Woman' Club.
Jan. 21-Meeting of the Red- fifty-ilx replaced manually operated office with the newest

land Woman' Club. A NEW COURSE OFFEREDIN type dial equipment. Rural sections alto shared liberally;
Jan.22-Dade County
r Women' Clubs meeting In SOCIAL SECURITY and PAY-ROIX la this program .

Homestead Methodist Church at The expenditure* foe DeW construction and ...>
II: 10 a. m. Luncheon In Chamber I'I'p. The Course That We've WantedIf
of Commerce building. placement exceeded 40000000.

r Jan. 24.Meeting of HomesteadAit wish more salary- that Il WM a year of outstanding ccompIhLmena K&lmduxW
Club at home of Mrs. Alex you prove you
t, ; ... I' exceptional condition Tb* thousand of telephone
Jan are worth more-you cannot expect: much
'i' of
28-28-Work meeting ,
'f<, Redland Home Demonstration men and women responsible for this work art justly proud

.,dub In Redland Church at 1:30' unless you can do much. of the result They begin the acne year confident la their

O'clock each day. abJuty to meet the future telephone requirements of t miss
Feb. I Junior Woman's Club few the
We can take a students on pay-af-
business meeting at S p nxv fist growing section of the nation.
Feb. 3-V. W. A. meeting.Feb. ter-positlon-ls-secured. Five placed in positions
Meeting of Legion Aux- Southern Bell and !
Telephone Telegraph CoinpaniDR.
Biliary( In Legion hall at I p. m. during: holidays. ,
f Feb. 8-Junior. Woman's Club -
bam dance In Chamber of Com-
It mares building. Prevailing: salaries higher than at any timein "
Feb. 18 Meeting of Outlook
,1 Circle of W 8. C S. the past nine years. c., DENBY
Feb. 20-DUie Boys' Choir,
Xplscopal Church benefit In Red- See us about that position.
land School at 7:30 p. m. Osteopathic Physician '. '

Dr. Leonard W.- Homestead' Business CollegeMae Phone 39Homestead

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January 10. 1941 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Eleven


__._ I Mn. Lawrence Becker reviewed -
....... Ernest Hemmlngway'a "For I

'UBEKABS INSTALL MRS LAURA DAVIS Whom the Bell Tolls" at Wednesday ' RATE: lint Insertion 104 a ttnsj subsequent Inactions

CROVK OFFICERS HONORED AT DINNER night's meeting of the Lily 54 a brae
Members of Liberty Rebekah Mn. Laura Davit was given a i Bow Book Review Club in the

Lodge of Homestead Installed birthday dinner in honor of her municipal library. Mrs. R. J. Hester -

the officers of Coral Rebekah seventeenth birthday anniversary I I gave a sketch of the author's I FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSEXPERT\

Lodge in Coconut Grove Monday It the home of her ton and daugh-,I life.

night and next Monday night the er-ln-law, Mr. and Mn. A. L.I Tlie Family" by Nina Fedorova FOR SALE-'7-room house on PIANO TUNING-42,

Coconut Grove lodge will Install Davis, In Couldi Sunday. i was chosen as the book for discussion more than acre of ground frontIng any piano. Repairing reasonable'

the Homestead officers : Coven were laid for: Mr. and on Feb. 12. Mrs. Green ISO feet on South Krome I Any distance Louis Stem 112 N.

Mrs. E. S. CMpIinger, district Mr*. M. H. Davit, Mr. and Mn. A. Rives will give the review and! Ave. (Oversea Highway, 142 : W. 2nd Av, Miami. (PJ3-IO:

deputy president was the Installing -: D. Smith, Mr. and Mn. A. L. Mn. S. L. West will report on the feet on S. W. 8th St, Homestead

officer. Other officers assisting Davis, Mn. Laura Davis, Barbara author. Florida City boundary line) i Real Estate Lean

were: Mn. H. B. Seattle,' Jean Smith and A. T. Davis.T. ,, Present were: Mrs. Rudolph and 150 feet on S. W, 1st Ter LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE, ,

deputy marshal; Dr Irene Sh.nki i Mattson, Mn. J. 11:. Gauzens, Mrs. race. Comprises six1 lots with i REPAIR Residential, Grove

lln, deputy warden; Mrs Blanche, W. A. TO HAVE W. J. Krome Mn. T. J. Bleler, two vacant strategic corners; I and Business Property

Chapman, deputy secretary: Mn. STUDY COURSES I I Mn. a M. Hindman, Mrs. Ben all tola connected with city water ,From $30 to 5,000-from 8 mo, to

R. W Mullins, deputy treasurer;;1 1Mra. Plans for a series of study Archer, Mn. B. F. Collier, Mrs. aid sewer mains; house has i 9 year

James McCready, deputy: courses to be held tome time next Becker, Mn. Hester and Mrs. modern plumbing and electrical No Down Payment-No Red Tape

musician; Mrs. Florence Pacettl,: month were made at a meeting of West fixl-jet, screened porch and SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

deputy chaplain; and Mn. O. c.: the Y. W. A. of the Flnt Baptist I I I eastern exposure to prevailing $200 for 38 no.-Repay $6.39 mo,

tRadford, deputy guardian.. Four, Church of Homestead Monday LEGION AUXILIARY TO breeies Bargain for cash. W. $500 for 38 mo.-Repay $15.97 mo.
escorts who assisted Mn. SeattleIn night at the home of Miss Mabel MAKE SCRAP BOOKS i B. Myrick 824 S. Krome Ave., $1,500 for 60 mo.-Repay $32.50

seating the officers were: Mn. Ruth Pope. Three scrap books of Christmas Homestead, Fla. (PJ 17)' ) mo.
;. D. Mahan. Mn. Carrie McCul-i Aa a program announced by cards will be made by the Ask for FREE!: Estimates
lough." Mn. Anna: Messenmith Miss Pope the following members Legion Auxiliary for the chil FOR SALE-1938 Ford; new motor Without ObligationWe

and Mrs. Mae Cornell. Each carried -, read articles: Miss Ellen Vann dren's home at Kendall, the group new tires; can be seen at also ha vs.F.HA. LOANS for

a silver tar, and Mrs. Closing Doors"; Miss Melba Van- decided at a meeting Wednesday 118 N. W. Fifth St.' Price $200' New Home, payable monthlyover

tie carried a silver moon. Beat-I Winkle "Open Doors"; Miss night In Legion hall. Addi- cash. (PJ7)) 20-25 years

Others from Homestead Mary Jo Close "Christian Youth"; tional cards are needed for the $10. down and $10. monthly, full Let us supply your BUILDING

tended were: Mn. A. 'V/-Jones, Mias Frances Rutland, "Africa"; work. Mn. Frank B. Rue, pre- price $250. buys 8 acres on west NEEDS. Prompt Service.
c P. Crlnold, Mr. BenlMe and Miss Catherine Bell, "Catholic .I ed. aide Richard road 660-ft. north BROOKER LUMBER CO- ISO

:' Mr. Caplinger. Lands"; and Miss Gevena Vann. Announcement was made that of Howry drive. H. & N. Lich- Phone (2. Homestead Fla.

"Europe". Miss VanWinkle also membership pins may be obtained tenberg. Congress Building
iOtrrLOOE.C;;;;:; ELECTS read a New Year poem. from Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle treasurer Miami. WANTED

( ASSISTANT LEADER Others present were: Mn. R. E. ,

,' Miss Nella Saul was elected assistant Edwards Mn. J. R. Pope, Miss Present were: Mn. Edw. Norman FOR SALE:-Used oil and electric TUTORING WANTED high

leader of Outlook Circle of Eleanor Sullivan Miss Elizabeth Mn. Edw. Norman, Jr. Mn stoves Smith-Graves Furniture school and grade school subject

,the Woman' Society of Christian Mcllwaln, and Miss Emily Engle. Jesse Gossman Mrs. J. W. English Co. (dJtf) Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
Service at a meeting: Tuesday Miss Ruth Fox and Mrs. Rue. Plummer drive and Country

evening at the home of Mrs. Dave EXCELLENT PURCHASE New Club road.CLEAN '

Williams. Mrs. 1. C. Dodd, the and have all ready to serve without REDUCED PRICEANNOUNCED 5-room house with 2H acres.

leader presided. any last minute finishing House never occupied; bath, RAGS WANTED WIt

It was decided 'to hold the meetings touches. That makes It an Ideal FORAMERICAN toilet, electric light reduced to exchange subscription or ad\....-

on the third Tuesday of each dessert for the hostess without a i 1800. Terms $1,000 cash, balance Using for clean rags. Leader

month instead of the first maid. BOY I $123 per year for 8 years, Enterprise.
Mn. J. J. Richards conducted a Clnfer Cream Roll interest 6%. No roaches, no termites

Bible study losson. Use 20 large 3-Inch cookies H no bed bugs. Better act No. anus Issued the "h day of lu.. A. O.IOU. .
Inch thick and 1 With tho nnounenrlmt of la onlirird I quickly. H. A. Cameron b" filed mme In me otfk.. and soon
Present were: Mrs. Han Moser, pint whippingcream and enlivened. ......1... Th AmoricanBoy. Home ...... application for a Ui deed to ba ...
Mn. B. M. Hlndman Mn. Dodd, whipped very stiff. Blend fomnoit publication for .boy ten to stead. Phone 72. (dStf) ..*.. thiraun Amid Cmirirat anhramaUM .
:I I tablespoons confectioners' twenty. also announces, a redueth.n In ,Itssubscription following fcwrlbrd property In UM
Mn. Edwards, Miss Mary MeNelll sugar ...
and. .1..1. ropy plroo. Herr. CHRISTMAS VINE plant and County of 1> ,1., State of Florkl. .wll'
Miss Priscilla Fread, Miss Into the whipped cream. Spread fur Th American. Boll will .II for loo Lot 10. murk I, I.. J.... Vlllaa a
Gibb and Mn. WIlUa 1 tablespoon sweetened whipped n .1..10> espy at .ew.stand. r for. (1.00 young tropical almond tree ........, Pint Book II. Pan <.. In the
Marybelle a rose and. "00 for three Pears on a sub for sale. Also cuttings of County ol Dado, stated Florida, ,
cream over a cooky place another Kriptlon .bula.In pur- TIM anmwoiit .t Mid maorty .......
cooky above It. Repeat until all announcing a client* III editorial pol.ley ple bougalnvlllea. Mn. N. G. the Mid aortlfl.... ..u In tin sans ol
I publishers of Th. American Vat u- Ball, 13 N. E. Eighth St Frank rh."... Nelson.Ulma .
cookies are used. Lay roll lengthwise sure subscribers that the established. fie' said certificate shall lot redeemed
.J INTS TOHOUSEWIVES on platter, spreading cream ties .koroM ..h* haw made the. .........* ABOUT ........ties to Ia... the property described
a 10-room house
M popular with young and old nllka. will celled moron will .ho told to tho highest htdd.rat
evenly over idea and top. Set cntlnua M toll of their. cilvraturMclualwly ow throughout, bath toilet, wired the Court boom door on the flr.l II.*.
in refrigerator to chill at least 8 In The Americas Boy. IncludedIn for day ,. the month of Fahriurry' IIKI which
this emu* nra R..'... of the TaniillailMoununl. electricity but not connected la .... Sri day of February. 141Dlltd .
hours, keeping the dessert covered Connie Morgan and. Old M.. nice lawn big barn with cement this loth day. of II........'. lain.E .
if possible. Decorate with slicesof llattH nnMpactoni Square Jaw t> vuirailroad floor !:. R. LEATHEHMAN
anirinorrt Johnnie Carll'_. fly machinery; Clark of Clrault Course
candied ginger. Serve by cutting eel Jim lMtlvi Ted Moran also about six acres old grapefruit l>ada County rlorkln.Clrtult .
r GINGER COOKIES slices diagonally across the I omens Alan nil.. and Ti-4 Dulllvtr/ ad.ntnrm ; 2 I Court
11 ginger cookies .. ......*. and others. (identified acre seedling avocados, Scant N. 0. Sterrett D. 0.
Crisp rnolasses-y roll. A bit of clear apricot Jam 'exclusively with Tha American Boy.Howair 2 acre cleared. Priced $3,800. I (3.n.. 1. Ia. 17.: 24.1041)ESTIFaurc
i : a welcome addition to a school on .each serving adds a delicious : with a larger ......,.* will Make me an offer. Owned by
com MW fiction rhararton and ... ( ur "OKI'OI"I
't'are. lunch, a picnic or any occasion flavor. This will make 12 to 15 aporta. drfonM and advmtuiw pre an.larrad an estate. H. A. Cameron I Dlbafl.l'TION
,when cookies are in order. But didgrou servings.. pram In the .....,Irt'- fkld Greater Home.u d, Phone 72. (46tf). IN THE NAME; AND BV THE Al'THOR.rrr .
recognition will aa given to outstanding or THR STATE or HOHIIIA
know that can combine
you Note: A teaspoon, of gelatin boy the country over and an axrptk) I TO ALL TO WHOM THMIIC: PKestNTS
(these spicy, crunchy cookie I with soaked in 1 tablespoon milk and achievement will ba rewarded with the FOR SALE-Good used electric SHALL CONE GH :ETINI:
to make a truly .....'. picture on the front ....... This stove cheap. Virgil Lyon This ta lo certify that "h.r .. A. O.lovtnml. .
whipped cream dissolved over hot water may be feature was Inaugurated with the Nay_. Mimi Fla., P O, ll.rfu..
; delightful company dessert blended into the whipped creamto her issue which worried. on the front rotor (nlS-U) JIll...'. rln. Carolyn I). ryfrora. Miami.
[ However like the old recipe for the picture of Anarln'l oulataSdlm driver Fin., did on the SUIn doe uf Au ... A. l D.
help it hold its shape. I
of high school uo.TMchrra I lost roiM to ko Incorporated under InnrrovbloM
,"bare pie that used to begin "first Year-'Round Salad .librarians, Parents and leaders RARE: TROPICAL PLANTS for of Chapter UNWS Laws at
/Jcatch hare"-we'd betterMake of bon' troupe recommend The Annie'., ale cheap. Mn. H. H. Ewln FloruU. Arm. of 1926. *tuark. V ; your Requirements : 1 pkg. gelatin act anthMlMtlrally They have found .h." Its., MrroralMHl With lu prln.rlpnl .
our ginger cookies before (lime flavor), tt tip. salt, 4 cup u ft general rul*. bon who read Th. Am.I 15 N. E. 8th it. Homestead. place ; business It Mlnnil IhutoUunty.
apices Boy regularly advance mot .."IdoIt.th In IM state of FtorH.
start this dessert Here U the (alBtf).
{we cabbage (finely! shredded), 2 tbsp. boys who do not md It Through whereas. the Stockholders' of wh oiror.
p e for ginger' refrigerator vinegar 1 tbsp. green peppers leadership and sportsmanship' ol lufletUw tlon did .n the (Ui day o( Jinimrf. A, D.1M1. .
eharacwn, boys an imbued. with I f OOUM W W filed In the off bw of the|
s. It's a recipe you'll find (chopped), 1 pt. warm water, 1 cup drain to here..a ......... to d.yelop the OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves MrM.ry of tlM state, of FU.M.. a r.MU tof
lient to have, even though finely cut celery and 1 pimiento hi.h ideals, and t.urage the hernia thew.art. from $1 up. Virgil' nil UM nacklialdon uaVr the Dr.. krUof .@
1.1on.(127U .. .
display.Te mad cis. to. Lan. riorto
ave no occasion at present (finely cut). itiborrlba .. The Americas Boy alnplyMid ) Art of IVi i.. showing, the dl-olull <*
i the dessert It'* so much Dissolve gelatin In warm water. tho name and address of the ... who seeks torponitlon. and tko _'.'.rr of
b t. tale the namlna tenthar wHhiropar SUM .. satisfied that tho r..quire mats ofUw
and quicker to limply slice Add vinegar and salt Chill. When ramHtanaa fSl for ono yoar or Si FOR SALE: Tropical plants, citrus MOO kern omplM wMh
the cookies from a long narrowloaf slightly thickened fold in remainIng for three pears) direct to Th. American tree and tropical fruit it IN NIT.-mss HBBEOF.. I *." ....-
( of well-chilled cooky dough Boy, I4M Bacon BI..... Detroit, Mlchlf... v... Not .y lund and h... .m... the
Ingredients, Turn Into Individ- season. Jungle Grove, Redlsnd Great Mal at the state of Florida at
Tthan it 1* to roll out the dough andcut ual molds. Chill until firm. Un- road and Plummet drive. Talla"tho Capital. this the Ith day
/ .1 January. A. D. 1111.
the cookies. mold on crisp lettuce. Garnish R. A. CRAY..artery .
Ginger Refrigerates Cookie with mayonnaise. Serve with "' of state.
1 shortening NEWT. G. BALLNOTARY II' COUNTY 11'001'1 COUNT DADS Moll I
cheese biscuit Serves. COUNTY. FLORIDA.Me. (I... 1e. Ucl
1 cup sugar Eve.8e1a41 misR
2 PUBLIC i Ttat ot Jet.* (. TW... Piciand
eggs Requirements: large. shredded NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE AP. DIUI.A.BERGERDentist
% cup molasses carrot 2 cup shredded cabbage, H PLICATION FOR FINAL Dlso.HARGgNotke
4tt flour If boraay gives that I "ban rued
cup all-purpose cup shredded cheese, 1 sliced banana .y final report od petition far Tina
.. '1 tap *odai.tsp. and 1 email onion, grated. Fire Insurance and ''tNxluivt .. .....vIa of the MIMO ot
J.h. s. Town, dammed and that M the
salt Mix lightly and chilL Add 1 cup I IMk day of IMmirr. 141 I will apply. tow
tap. ginger. of mayonnaise. Serve. Kindred Lines Honorable W. F. BlnnttMk Coutl Jud*.
Cream the shortening and add .W Dodo county) Florida for apora al ofI Office Hours 8:30: ( -4:30
I 1 MM fliul wort and for final dtorhnn
the sugar gradually and creamthoroughly. I" mm'un4q me the mtatt.< Jahn .. fewer,

Blend In the well l: SS N. Krone Ave 1I 1 1 I...Tito""and day of January 1M1.I First National Bank
>eaten egg and the molasses. Sift I I I s D. TOWEL
lour once before measuring. SiftHour -err/ !, Jan. 5. le. IT. a.. tail s Building
soda, salt and ginger to- NOTiri OF APPLICATION

there, and stir gradually into themixture. I Chapter Von 11417 TAX-Art DIMft* oMtlS Open Evenings br AppointmentREAD iJt

Mold Into roll, wrap In File A-4MS
axed and place In refrigerator I. THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS I Noting fc ..... gives that Earla t. Bain THE WANTADSACETYLENE
koldar. of SUM and Con_ Tan CantftMU:
t for several hours. SliceCookie win eosa* lo *our hems mry_ day through

*. % Inch thick and bake I \THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

boUt 10 minute In a moderately I i Aa ,.J.daaalea.f Dry Ndrwaowf I
bet oven, 400 degree F. This (u ; : WELDINGBrand
make* about 4 dozen cookie 1 I. telly- NotY j jI
Far Aa Extra Special Deaaert I 1 w aP. w iCtiri! 1... ti1l. New Outfit
Sometime when you want a eJKe..i "

really distinguished dessert with 1 I 1jC't.:=t'-. An Work Guaranteed

lots of character, try this ginger I I rve"-'e. tier pe The caravels .....1MJUf"1Ir, HONE ...-*
roll. It has the advantage
cream, being the sort cf dessert you !irir.llw: ":IW'a79 I\'W': '
'can make the day before the party I POW ,

r SAM AUXA."f EIt. Frep.Avocado .

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Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday January 10, 194

Young Dien to Enroll for Free Courses Bedland Band Parents announcea the president J.. :
Will Meet WednesdayA ,Rotherham. are the buying
In Vocational Training WednesdayYoung sousaphone and other Instrun
: 2YEARS'CHICAGO which the land sorely needi
EQUALS constitution for .I
-- the arousing of public interest :
men between the get of If a sufficient number are Interested School Band Parents' Associationwill music as taught In the school
17 and 25 who are interested In in any other courses such be adopted Wednesday evenIng For patrons of the school )
taking courses that win enable as electric motors or woodworking Jan. IS, at I meeting In the RoUierhara has this message; ,
them to earn nor, art Invited to those courses will be offered school auditorium at 7:30: o'clock. "If you are proud of the
"t Ecposar of paints and 'fabricsto attend a meeting called b/ Oeo. at no expense to the student Committee appointment, also, will band and the showing it has made )
the our in South ftfor N. Wakefleld vocational education through the vocational'agriculture be made. cdme out and by your appearance f
three moth I* equal to two teacher of Homestead High department In cooperation with Project which the association show you approbate what other tare
".' xpaur In Chicago because School In thftf agriculture classroom the national defense program. will take up In the near future. trying to do for your children* 1
el tie greater number ol Wednesday evening at 7:30 Young men do not have to be
.. hours ol ultra violet rays In the dock. l' permanent residents of the dis-
luntieM down here as comparedwith The dattuVid for a cows In trict to be enrolled In these
. It* aadUght of Chicago. auto mechanics and one in aoety- classes, aatd Mr. "..kefleld.The "
I" This woe one of interest-
IBM welfiri/iMure the firing of local advisory committee
!leg fact trenght out In talk
a b
those two'course here
Mr. for the defenua program is composed
the Ronastlad
Rotary Club Wednesday
Wakefleld yesterday and an instructor of Mr. Welrl
: eld. W. R.
. aooa by Earl DeNoon, resl- will probably be appointed Bird J. R. Brooks Wm. Muasel- BUSINESS SSETTime
.dent ftassarHi sMMaager Corporation of General In Motor Coral today. white and Cordon Ivey. A

Gables H* bee been working under
tla* MM4U Charier Kettering Dixie Dors' Choir Will Grand Muter David

r.. for tea year*. Among project ot CITe Performance Her Visits J. O. O. F Lodge
which he
bas charge la the Miami
area arc tee paint sun tests to be .'
The Dixie Boys' choir which .
Joseph K.
; seen from LaJeune road. David, of Jacksonvine )
gave a performance In Homestead
grand master of the Independent -
Those paint tests carried on under lait year, will sing In Red- Order of Odd Fellows of I
', .i the Miami sun for many yearspow tend School 7 JO o'clock:, Thursday Florida, spoke on OddfoUowshlpand "
t have resulted in development i
evening, Feb. 20
under the Its Value to a Community"when
a < of paint and lacquers that will
auspices of St. John's
Episcopal he paid his
visit to
stand wider :
: up the i
I Church, announces the Rev. R. F. I. a O. F. Lodge No. 29 of Homestead I
sun better than the
t paint
on early
Blackford, rector of the church.
Monday evening In the I. O.
car did, Mr. DeNoon pointed out"If
The choir has IS members. It O. F. hall il
you don't get 400 miles to
the la now in its third year and It has Mr. David Is an Ice manufacturer -
gallon out of
your car something -
.. is wrong," he said. "YOIIdoft" given concerts In all parts of the In his native city. On this i i z
country. trip he paid official visits In Ml- f
i get that mileage of course.The .
\ reason 1* that mod of it goes stead by the Redland District smi, Key West and New Smyrnaas was when a home owner had t* prere alaMilf aa I (
out through car's exhaust well u Homestead. f established "success" la badness BCFOKC: k* eeald build 1or
of Commerce to give his
pipe In carbon monoxide-which = bay a home. '
i Illustrated lecture on "The Magic
when it strikes the air becomescarbon Being Brought From Waste Prod- Today-ear new' FHA Flan'leteaaa ha ...... Aa .1
; dioxide and could be con- ucts." ambitions man with a very modest salary-ear, lea than '
verted Into dry Ice." The date as set by the chamber Tropical Cafe : f*,*0 *n BEGIN with a home .f hb -- And his i
} The speaker's topic was "Sci at a meeting Wednesday night a property owner la th* eemmaalty can coal I,
ence and Industry. Is Feb. 20. Whether the lecture : business soooees. .

1( Joint The meeting club will with hold the the Lion quarterly Club will be given In the chamber of NOW LOCATEDIN Call en a* far assails ...at the NEW FHA FUn for small "
commerce building or in an auditorium homes and leans kw te become a bone owner en a small
oa Feb. 4 In the Lions Dun on I will be decided after Mr. THEHORNE -.
Sliver Palm drive It bat an-f Livingston has been contacted by I

) nounced. the chamber secretary, A. R. Livingston BLDG.
(no relation). I W. D. HORNE CO.
DuPont Research Head Secretary Livingston said: "It N. Krone Are.
\ 'Invited to Talk Here Is the thought of the chamber that Han stead, Florida' FRANK L. SKILL Owner
such a talk may possibly open up '
: !'. L. Livingston, head of the some line of thought that may Hardware, Lumber and Building: Material i
agricultural chemical research de- lead to utilization of something' For results Leader- R..... FU. FkosM M1-J. :: (
of DuPont lie Nemours in
partma/it our communithat Is now goIng -
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