Title: The leader-enterprise
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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 31, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00475
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. XXIX-No. 5 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA JANUARY 31. 1941 PRICE FIVE CENTS t

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Purchase of Block Near School ,I,1







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I Dredge Starts Pumping REMOVAL OF "BOOTH HOUSE I




t Bay-front Park Fill TodayTO BY JUNE TO CLEAR SITE FOR




RAISE AREAS-- -'A Little Bird MORE ADEQUATE ,BUILDING





) LEVEL 6 FEET ,- Told UsTHAT 500 CROWD\ GYM 'I Larger Indoor-Court and ,;

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<] "" Better Seating Longa
; prominent Lion and Republican of Redland will
TO SEE GROWERS Vital Need
) have hit own plane ai soon at he finishes a course In aeronautic \
ALONG SHOREContract he if taking. '
now . . REDLANDWith
I WHIP
ENTAILS VOTING OF i
THAT one way to fool an advertiser about circulation I* to
" have the "forelrn-owned" tracery ship you twice a* many four- BONDS BY DISTRICT \
Let by County pace circular Inserts a* you have subscribers- said Inserts five hundred spectators (
.. 0'I. "" Starts Actual Development printed In a distant city by the tens of thousands with dales and
crowding the Homestead gym to Recommendation Trus-
I. folio titles chanced at proper Intervals la correspond with thoseof by
t a half-down or more newspapers In which the four-pace ads a point where they overflowed on tees Would Start
I are Inserted sa sections at a fraction of the price the averaca" the court and obliged doorkeepersto
DYKE THROWN UP.MANGROVES home-owned grocery Is charted for his portion of a pace. turn away many, Homestead Ball Rolling
CUT . . -
t ; High School defeated Redland
I, THAT the rain hasn't damaged the tomatoes much, but as for I Removal of any reason for further
High the fifth consecutive time
tr Golf .fCl:1rBoat: Basin the boy from the hills of Alabama said, "It ain't holp 'em any." delay In setting things In mo-
t.. .,. a 1 91 *. in_two .years last Friday night In I
r n (' \I ,,;,r-Beach Ultimate ' chain ' :a basketball game that ended,in I 'tion for construction of a basketball
THAT the erect oUtlncnlshed looking president of the '
Objectives; her of commerce la a match for anyone In a battle of wits, wlttl-.'. score Homestead of 29 to 20.opened the scoring t I court and seating facilities

(Continued on Paso Two) I with Sullivan sinking a field adequate to Homestead High

j 'A suction dredge was exepected goal from the center tip-off play. School's needs, was seen after the

t to begin pumping fill Into Home 6 AUTOS RAIDED THE WEATHERJan. 'I This was short-lived as two free county school board, In a special

stead's bay-front park today, ]I ,, th.-; ; throws and a field goal were made meeting last Friday, voted to put
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I orhe aatopk by Lindgren. Archer, Home.teadIuard
County Commissioner 3. D. Redd ... -.do through purchase of the entire city
HERE BY YOUTHIN 1'1101&.1 followed with a field goal
laid last night block which faces the present gym
Date N Yin.' Bar. I = to even the count At the end of
The dredging contract was let Jan. 23_______.I| 781\ 82 \30191 I (Continued on Page Eight) on the west and the high school
last week to the M. & M. DredgingCo. SINGLE NIGHTPleading Jan. 2.1 18 I 85 |130.081| 093 I building on the south.
Preparatory work of throwingup Jan. 18 I 157 I I 1001 I II
I accordance
In
The board's action
was
. a shoreline dyke was done by Jan. 26____.1| 79 I 58 I | BACK-TO-H1WAY
: a county dragline, and work of guilty to charges of Jan. 27_._._ 1 82 I 52 | I with an agreement to pur.
cutting mangroves which will forma breaking and entering automobiles Jan. 28.1| 74 I 53 130.031 chase made with Mrs. Arvllla
bed for the fill was done with and larceny of their contents Jan. 29. .. 1 70 I 51 [j30.081| I STREET SIGNS TO Booth five years ago, A baseball
county labor. Keith Jackson Ferguson, 18- field Was constructed on the north
I The area between the Florida year-old crate maker was bound I end of the block shortly after the
City and North Canals will be over to criminal court Tuesday by BE ASKED OF CITYErection agreement was made, and there
raised to six feet above sea level, Justice of the Peace S. L. Ken- JAMES REDD NOT I is plenty of space left to provide
Mr. Redd said. The entire shoreline drick. sites for a new gym and for additional -
between the Florida City and Five cars belonging to transients of arrow signs on athletic fields. The block
NEGLIGENT SAYS
11'I the Mowry street canals was deed-I and parked near the Redland Hotel Homestead's streets directing tourists Is bounded by N. W. Second and
ed to the county for a park by were opened and rifled of con- how to get back to the Miami- Third avenues and by N. W, Fourth
South Dade Farms Inc., several tents ranging from overcoats to CORONER'S JURYJames Homestead-<>venea. highway will and Fifth atreeta.Artanllementa .
A recent appropriation I be requested of the Homesteadcity were made this
:years ago. gloves, and a flashlight was taken
In the county budget provided fort I I from a car parked on S. W. First council by a committee ap- week whereby the residence of

I .. the present actual start of devcl1opment street. Practically all of the articles Redd, wearing a plaster pointed at a meeting of the Red- Mrs. Booth, now rented for the
land District
recovered from Chamber of Commerce will be removed from Its
were by police cast about his bruised spinal vertebrae season
A park, golf course, and boat Ferguson's room in a boardinghouse testified at a coroner's Inquest Monday night. site on the property, directly facIng -
basin are immediate objectives In and returned to their own;' Tuesday night that he was The signs are needed especiallyon the present gym, by next June.
the development plan. Mr. Redd I ers. Only two of the victims have driving at a speed of about 60 Krome avenue the committee Three-fourths of the purchase
said. Later, sand will be broughtin pressed charge so far. miles an hour when his car left will point out, as motorists from the price of $4.000 will! be paid out
to make bathing beach. keys many times fall to turn rightat of this budget and the
a said year's remaining
Ferguson Is to come from a the road and crashed Into a grove,
I well-to-do family in San Diego, fatally Injuring Emory Dearing and the continue Krome-Flaclrr traffic light fourth will be paid next
north
and has been known to receive on the night of Dec. 20. The crash traveling on year, according to School Board
Krome
ROTE HUNDREDS with the result that some
Chairman Chas O. Turner, In
'money from home whenever he occurred about 11 o'clock on the
reach the Tamtam Trail before
needed It. Moreover, at the time federal highway, north of Kings whose hands details for consumating -
realizing their error1. Moreover,
I TO LUCNIl HERE he committed the larceny he was highway. the the sale were placed.As .
signs will serve as a great
outlined before school
by
employed. He said ho "must have Miss Constance Hunter, who' convenience to the hundreds of
I been tight," but it was ascertained was riding with Redd and Dearingat visitors who will be In the city for authorities questioned on the subject
: AT NOON TODAY beer makes him I the only step necessary to
that even
the time of the accident, teatl- the twelfth annual Redland DIs-
set machinery in motion for a
sick. (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Three) bond election the
on gym construction -
tli I I It was learned that the boy'smop

1 i Miami Rotarians and Rotarians of red hair la a wig which he Test Well' Confirms Belief Water\ from, is the a formal local board recommendation of trustees
. who are visiting in Miami will Invade wears to hide baldness which resulted -
board
I to the county that such
Homestead several hundred i after SA attack Authorities of scarlet Supply of City Plant Inexhaustible an election be called. The county
Strong today on their annual tour 1 fever hero a year ago. board does the rest
of South Dado, which Includes a have been at I loss to decide ,
In Homestead arrangedby 1 whether his illness left him with a Measurements in I test well teamed yesterday.That I' If more than 60 per cent of thefreeholders
luncheon
\ Homestead In the opinion of experts, (property owners) In .
dubThe 1 mental quirk, whether he is a sunk at the municipal
the Homestead Rotary that the of supply at this school tax district, which includes :
luncheon will be served at I natural kleptomaniac or whetherhe water plant by engineers explorIng mean source
the chamber of commerce festival' was last In need of sudden for the best and most economically the plant la practlally unlimited,I/ Florida City and Homestead
money and could not ask his folks available source of supply for it was said. participate in the election,
building. revealed The test wells south of Florida (f more than 50 per cent ft
Local Rotes meet with the Red- for more. Police said he stole a the Key West aqueduct 'land
land District Lion Club next Tuesday watch from a room-mate here that continuous pumping of 800,000 City were being completed yesterday .1 participating in the election
night and forego their Wednesday last year, but no charges were gallons of water by the plant lowered for the firm retained by thenavy I favor the issuing of bonds on the.
noon luncheon meeting at made against him when he returned the water level only Iwo one- to do the preliminary en-!I district for constructing the gymnasium
Legion HaH the watch to its owner. hundredths of an Inch it was (Continued on Page Three) I the project Is assured.


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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. January 31. !

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,JAS. ANDERSON Comfort as Well as Flora and Fauna : B11'D TOLD US! ]


: AND COMPANION '; Found at Park, Says Museum Curator I -*" b
r -- or wisdom In spill of lots I* u.-.lllcla mast people ?;

KILLED IN CRASH 1 Royal Palm Park has more to|expedition. But even a camp never believe to be MI exaggeration or mistake. doe I* his anxiety U
offer the lover of nature than has becomes a real home with the hurry through the"hardest first .hundred. years
say other spot In the United comfort and convenience: the 0 a a 0 .
I States, says Dr. Frank h[. Chapman 'casual traveler ii unhappy without THAT the nu situation really got bad in the household of a
James W. Anderson, 23, of Silver curator the American former Florida City woman when she had to nurse her mother
,( Palm was killed instantly and hi is Museum of Katunl History In I "When therefore, the lover of nurse and then had to nurse the nurse that came to nurse the

companion Vernon Claude Dur- New York author and honorary I nature find a place where fauna nurse .
ranee 20, of Okerchobce was totally president of the National Audu-I I and flora exist under favorable a a a
Injured In a collision betweenan bon.Society, who la at present aguest condition and are conserved THAT the' shrewd space buyer prefers a tabloid became he
automobile driven by Anderson at the park lodge. ,well administered law, and where by knows IU space la worth twice a* ranch aa that of the 'uD-....
and another driven by C E.Elchenberger "When pioneer man build a .be I* welcome and his every reas- sheet, o._er things being equal For example, a 40-Inch ad IIhalfpa
of Homestead last home In the wilderness his next'lonable want supplied he certainly -' ,. In a tabloid but Is less than a Quarter page la ae

j Friday night on the Federal highway act. usually, 1 II to destroy the' has cause to rejoice. From' fnll-dse sheet.THAT . .
'J Just north of Perrlnt. wilderness," said Dr. Chapman British Columbia to Tierra del'1' a e
Durrance yesterday. "He a local printer whose opinion of churches had gone a ",
suffered multiple frac. may fell the trees Forgo two>> such place: aland'out
turn from which he died 40 min. for timber or clear the land for I I I In my ,experience. One I* In the'' little sour because of the too-human trait of tome of their members .'
ute after being taken to the county crops or cattle. For these, and i,I Panama Canal zone where the';' had his faith In their sincerity and value fully revived In
hospital at Kendall by a Turner other reasons, I have generally j'federal government has reserved! setting up the minutes of the Miami Baptist Association and
found !i I learning of the concrete humanitarian work that lust a small
ambulance. Eichenberger was that. when I wanted a home Barro Colorado Island a* a natural l
I treated at James Archer Smith surrounded by primeval condl- !I' laboratory for the study ofi I portion of a single sect I is.accomplishing.a e a .
Hospital for bruises and cuts, but liON I have had to supply it my. I:tropical life; the other ia at Royal i '
was able to be about telf. This Implies Palm Florida j' THAT the set-up for buying farm produce for defrnie can '
) his work this a camp and Park which, with !
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d week. accompanying Impedimenta of an I equal foresight, the state government -, lonmenla smells like a set-up far the Kroter and Atlantic Commission ,
I interests
The Anderson car, caught fire ha set aside a* a nature '
and burned. tiding about 19:39! and the wreck sanctuary. r
Both Anderson and Durrancewere happened about 11 o'clock or a "Barro Colorado Is cared for by
employed here on the maintenance few minutes later. She was sitting'a federal government commission; Phone 15 Free Delivery
crew of the state road department between the boy In the single Royal Palm Park once well call
seated 'coupe Paradise Key, 1* under the car
"We had just passed a car, and led the Florida Federation of Worn- i HOMESTEADGROCERY
James Wilson AMeno!
was we went off the road just a little," l.n'l Club Having experienced
born In Silver Palm, the ton of she testified, "and It seemed he I the hospitality: of both place I
Win. Anderson and Mr*. Alka V. (Redd) lost control of the car1She : should give the Island priority In
Anderson Betides hit parent he had not paid any attention to fauna, but for food bed and bath
leave: a brother, Win. Anderson, I('
the speedometer so didn't know my vote goes unqualifiedly to the .
Jr.; three fitters, Mr Mabel I I
Lid-
how fait the plrk. I
car was going, she i Moreover saw a large
don of Graceville, Fla, .
Mr* Eliza-
Mid. wild cat almost from our door!t
beth Groover of Clewiiton. end Redd said he had Just passed the I this morning, better fortune than
Mr*. Jessie Cochran of Coconut!Lucas, car and got back on his side I ever befell me on Barro Colorado. ,
Orotwo; half brothers, Francis of the road "and the steering Barred owl hoot sonorously from I .
Harper of New York and John wheel was locked." I'the forest, and I have only to go Cash Specials
Harper of Miami: a half-sitter.'I "I tried to turn It, but couldn't," to the nearby 'glade to ee or I
Mr*. Ann Grantham of Silver ,he testify "It was all over, that hear nearly a score of different
Palm. quick.0Asked kinds of water-birds HIIITE PLATEBACON
I including
Funeral service were held Sunday |', If he applied the brakes I Llmpkln and King Rail1TABLE lb.
In the Silver Palm Methodist;after the steering wheel locked: the I I8E II :I3c
Church conducted by the Rev. 'I I youth said:
Jew Waller assisted by the Rev.I j I "No sir. I was on the shoulder I I OLEO
Noah Petenon. Burial was In Palm already i and I went up the-grade;! VS FOR i
Cemetery at Naranja. Turner Fun-I|,and hit the top--and I don't remember I CHURNGOLD, lb. I8c
eral Home was In charge of arrangement any more." He was AND FLOOR
*. -1''"knocked unconscious for I while, I PREMIER
The body of Durrance he aid. I LAMPS
was lent ,
to Okeechobee, the home of his I A juror asked*" : "How fast were I Saurkraut, No. 2% can :lOc
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Dur- you driving

rance, by Turner Funeral Home. I Ii Q.Redd"How: "Around fast?" sixty. I SMITHGRAVESFURNITURE : SLICED


JAMESREDD A.The"Sixty.verdict"was a* follow: "WaJ! CO. i Pineapple, No. 2!/ can 18c

i the Jury, find that Emory Dearing I ] iI ii GRADE BShipped
came to his
death as the result I of I

(Continued from rite One) Injuries received In an automobile i Eggs doz. 29c.i .
! accident, said automobile being I I .
fied that the I
car was !going fast driven by one James Redd. and
I but laid she did not know how from all evidence we, the Jury,find I I i BEECH.NVT
fast. Her testimony and that of I I the accident unavoidable and rec IF IT'SROOFING
Redd and witnesses who came on I commend that James Redd be exonerated COFFEE lb. 25c
the .
scene after the accident made
of all
blame so
say we
It clear that the Influence
of Intoxicants all" HEINZ
I
did not figure In the Juror were Saint
Elmo Young.
j crash. The Jury' verdict was that 'E. L. CATSUP bottle I8c
Sullivan
I Chat: Sullivan, J. Ig.
the I'
accident
was unavoidable. W Draggers L. O. Hall and O. C. -
Fred Lucas testified that he Radford.
1 heard the crash of the accident I I, LIGHT MEATTuna ,4

shortly after Redd's car. traveling Nurse: "Willie dear, don't you i Flakes lOc
north on the highway passed his want to come and see the sweetlittle I WORK iI can i
car."He sister a stork brought you?"
was traveling fast but had I-IWillie: "No, I don't I want .to
SPRY 3 Ibs.
the car under control when he see the .tork.-Ex. I f I 44c ,
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passed me, Lucas said. '
t He laid he and his son, who was Hubby: never tell me what BULK
with him went to>> the scene of you buy! Don't I have any voice you want dont, let I ,
the accident Immediately where in the buying" ,MEAL 5 Ibs. 14c:
.z;
they picked up Dearing and took! Wiley: ''Certalnl,., darling! You the man that knows i i
him to the hospital In their car.
get the Invoice.-Boy's Life. IRISH :
W. L. Harris testified that he how, do it. :No job
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reached the scene shortly after the 'POTATOES *5c
crash and got somebody to help too small or too big. .
him put Redd In the Harris car.
Kedd was conscious, he said ', Car Shampoo : YELLOW .

Patrol John officer Philip, West said.he V. heard S. Border the! I I ONIONS 3 Ibs. :::1ocYORE :

crash from his home drew on some 50cDeal right.GROPER.DECKER i .
trousers and rushed to the scene I .
Of the accident Reaching then .
he said he examined Miss Hunter save year dirt foe a : : APPLES 5 Ibs., 17c
for compound fracture to see if high-aril abrasive polka
It wa tat to lift her, but someone Job when for tee a week ear I FLORIDA CITY BABY .
moved her new _hIM mill keep yeareafa i'
Hunter anyway.Mss laid the boy. had body finish from be) Phone 9118 LIMA BEANS 3 Ibs. 'Ifc:
com to Florida City: for her to go eoenlng dull. We paaa the I'f ,

u__ I I tore ravine*.,U.labor' sad lime ea fl f-


Oar special shsjapee' lather I a j. BROWN CO. GET OUR STATE
; NEWT. G. BALL I M4 only keep yew palat Job I .
art aaxl spas M heaMliloapreaenta

!KftTABT PVRUO the taste flatt. / Driver's '
i Refricerntion Service. License
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U-MOiTJTC SEKVICE: I
Fire Insurance and I I'Klndrrd' .1 Electrical'Contracting 1 .1 ,

Lines Texaco One.Stop Siatior j i AT JUSTICE OF TIIE PEACE OFFICE: : i '

I DOM KISSAM IN HOMESTEAD
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January 31.19.11 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three f E 1

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FRUIT FESTIVAL Noted-M: dical :Missionary to Speak supervision been dispatched This fund to the ha Supreme already I night pointed Member at the are meeting J. W. Monday English f 'I'

I Council which in turn has sent It Paul Reynolds! Glenn. A. R. Livingston. ,,
In Methodist Church Night of Feb. 5 to the Grand Lodge of Scotland for I W. R. Bud C. W. Zarin.. ;

OPENS 4 WEEKS R ":n.1 I u -- ,,distribution in Great Britain and, Careful preparation ot material j j
: : )i Greece for a new booklet on the Redland \
FROM{ I TOMORROWJust Dr. Roboit Jiali'd MoGure who I Dr Toronto McClure University was graduatedfront In 1922, Besides Donn, who U Its honorary district, was suggested at a meeting .
I,served ss International Red Cross '' chairman the Committee of 321 of the board of directors fallowing
and from Edinburgh University '
I field director for Central China In 1831 received the coveted degree Is composed of: B. U. Blakey, general the membership; meeting, !
four weeks from tomorrow I during the Sino-JapaneM con of Fellow of the Royal College I chairman: Charles Aulen- and upon motion It was voted that
the twelfth annual Redland District flict, will speak In Homestead ot Surgeons. He spent thesummer backer, secretaryT Robert C. a committee be appointed from
Fruit Festival will be opened to of 1834 In Europe In the i Booth, Judge W I Frank Blanton, the membership after due deliberation -
the thousands of visitors who.will Methodist Church. Wednesday study of radiology, and he Is the I James H. Bright Frank A. Brown. by the presidentAmazing
at 8 o\ ock under the
come from Miami and other tourist evening only medical missionary In all Inland -:Major Lincoln Brown, Jr.. Luther
sponsorship of the local ministerial -)
centers to view the product of this China with radium for treatment L. Chandler, Milo Coffrln. Harry
section In gala array, and the soon association. of cancer, I Enrlght. Charles Elcherberger, Value!
er those who contemplate exhibitsor Me will discuss the Burma road said be :Jerry Galatia, J. Y. Gooch, Henry
Dr. McClure Is to one
commercial stands at the fair situation H. Hyman, E. B. Leatherman, I.
Dr, McClure sent by the,of the most talented, versatile and)
realize that It la almost upon us was D MacVlcar. & S. McCahilL
In all China
the better will be the success of China Bed CroP by air from Han- dynamic missionaries James L. Mixon Tom Norfleet
the undertaking said Manager E. kow to London ai delegate to theinternational He I* Intimate with the leaders Judge Henry L. Oppenborn, Frank
H. Oallaher I Red Crate meeting, of the government in China. Asa J Pepper, Claude Pullen, John
Most apace has been reservedand and tit Is returning to China by neutral la Red Cross service he I Ramey. Wallace Ruff, T L. Sher-
allotted in the buildings, so I way of Canada to resume'Mi workIn Is familiar also with many Japanese ron, Elry Stone. Judge Frank B.
an addition has been built to the I the war-torn areas, military leaders.and I Stoneman.' Ed. E. Westman. Dr. I
east wing to provide for eating I i iI I Ruts A. Williams James T Wilson
booths and other commercial : and Mitchel Wolfson.
.Raise Relief
Rite Masons
stands.. Persons or organizations:[Scottish Subscribers to the fund are being ,
desiring to reserve food booth i I presented with embossed certificates
, should dq so at once, Mr. GallarerMid. Funds for Great Britain and Greece: and handsome Masonic _ O.fy
\ brochures, Donn stated
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A huee'col'llucopl.. or horn of being drive, where subscriptions : 117.00
Over II.200 of the$3.000 now River
plenty, overflowing, ,with fruit, railed for immediate relief to are being received through '
will\ ornament the main entrance. BACK TO-HIWAY' t.
Great Potato and Greece by Scottish Chai. Aulenbacher secretary.
to'the festival this year,. Hit Masons In the greater "Donations already received",I
Another community South AllaMttah Miami area was reported subscribed Donn added, "reflect profound and
Gardens will enter a display yesterday, according to wide-spread Interest in the move.I (Continued From Page One) :
In the competition for community trlct Fruit Festival, which
James Dona deputy for the supreme meat One donation of generous opens fotpoinjtLKCTMIC
prizes. Mr. Gallaher said, council In South Florida. proportion came In from the Miami I March 1. On the committee are
and Perrlne, which was represented Progress report were received at, Chapter Order of the Eastern E. J. Norman Jr, E. H. Gallaher I .
with a fruit display last a meeting of the Committee of 12,' Star. and Bob Glenn, Jr RUalsRATORSMITH
year will have a display of school In whose hands the campaign for Also reported raised, was a separate Revision of the bylaw of the GRAVES
work, In addition this year. The funds was placed early last week. fund of $1500 by Scottish chamber to conform to the charterof FURNITURE CO. I
home economics department of The.meeting was held In Scottish Rite Masons of Tampa who as the organization will be the '
Homestead and Redland school Rite Temple on N. W. Third street Masons, labor under Deputy Donna task of another committee ap Homestead I i I I I I Florida.
will stage a fashion parade. ---- .
:The Miami group of the National I
Association of Optometrists will i
enter an exhibit of methods of
making glass which was a part of
the New York World' Fall'

Student Council Heads THE NEW SPECIAL HANDY-SIZE

Talk at Lions Meeting

Student council presidents and
vice-presidents of Homestead and 118-INCH WHEELBASE
Redland high schools were guest
i speaker at the meeting of the Red t'1Qt ..
land'District Lions Club Tuesday ,. \
night. They told briefly on the objects
of a student council
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E. B. Blackburn sponsor of the , BUICK
Homestead student council Intro- .
duced its president and vice- I
president. T. Godwin and Miss
Kathleen Freeman respectively
while_ Principal Carl Wagner introduced '
Miss Mary Engla and 4-DOOR 6-PASSENGER SEDAN :,;
Miss Helen Pope. president and ,
vlcepre.ldenre.pectlvely of the j
Redland student counciLA
talk on service was made by HOMESTEAD
C. L, Ooley, secretary of the Lions DELIVERED $165The i

Club. IN FLA.
Cornet election by Miss Jeannette I
Cox and Bruce Wagner pro- t t It
vided the musical portion of the j
program. .
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TEST YEW J most compact car on the market. .


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glittering necessary for construction Unheard-of gasoline economy.
of the aqueduct Test'pumpln,
at this potential site of the 'Initial

pumping of station the pipe'and line mainland was terminus expected .- The only car available today that can pack

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to begin today or tomorrow,
and. continue for several weeks such high performance and fine car qualities -
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News from Washington this .
week was to the effect that a pipeline into such conveniently short over-all :
larger than the 11-Inch line I .. a
planned would be specified by the

government and that the Reconstruction -, : length.
Finance Corporation hasmade
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an oral promise to the Flori- '
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da that If Keys will Aqueduct advance what Commission moneyIs .'This Buick will meet the demand for big car

needed for the commissions' '

share in the project. Two million r " . power, features and appointments with
dollars has been appropriated to
the navy for the purpose and the .
pip line"with Its various pumping short car conveniences. It ,
stations Is expected to cost In the, , III.
neighborhood of $3,500,000.Tropical ... Ibl
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MARJORIE LACE "1Ie.F..,.,__.... ZOO "*raw AtEASV.uS S-< f. an 1'11"7-
i linnunr nJ Treasurer six:,, ril a no rg; I Tuesday, FrIdaY. 1* a. m.-l av at.

1. A VS nf"rnFo6e' latorday '.11.. met >-' p. ass 1
alA"'" '" AN IN HlN Ml. to
lt7ISCaJ'TtOJ RATES
TBJ6
,I. C..V_..._ $1.10 acv ,
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.:= et suds C aay$1.1.; : : uJNJ S/fAU' I According to a survey, 1>40 was

an outstanding year In the annalsof
I ItV. American publishers. New book ;\!

Some Costs of German FLO R IDG 6R.i'dl.f1 .11/1$ and new edition totaled 11,328 \Iij

"Protection" ttUHTERILVE ,UJ.ftSYU4Rt' titles, a record for recent yeah
yaw worw77S because prior to 1921 paper-
We hive learned much of the Pb/NT UNCOMMON covered material wa included In .1

terrible hardships and sometimes tine '' DIS7"INTOVC' publisher output compilation. it
death suffered by the citizens, In BQ/Nt:1INtf: 1 Of this total new books accountedfor
countries seized bjr Germany who QOIUN /.1 sal it'l 9515 titles.

fall to appreciate the benevolent"protection" >'Sf.* M0K2X Wseanrtwsr In England despite paper restrictions {J
of Hitlerlsm. We
W lost of stock by bombing r.
know of the tortures that .
fo on
r.f1IS Cl7VM1'Will and other hazards, the total for
In the concentration
and
/ camp Nu>>7'fITK 1940 was near 11,000 books. This
ghettos of Poland, Austria Bohemia
figure Is confined to
Me.Al... new books _.
and even Germanyitself.. I e UlI RNP"rNE only. When the firm of Slmpkln
We know of the
anguish of tht
l &
Marshall
Company was bombed
friends and relatives of the vie* //lC:e It Is ,
estimated that more than .
time In the Hitlerlztd areas. We 1U4dN40.IS'
3,000,000 old and rare volume
know, of the scanty food supplies PQVM1 I
were destroyed by fir*.
and of other necessities of lift, :il l i I I
and of the enforced labor In the I/
"How Dear to My Heart" by-
: German "protected" countries
and I Mary McBride depicts a pleasantlife
, we hear'constant appeals from the
1 on a Missouri farm. It goes
undernourished women and child
back several years and the authortells
I' rerfof those countries of the "ne\y I
of such Interesting
order." things a*
the county fair courtship and for
But tWi la not alL We ire get-me-not albums 1
learning of how Hitler exacts I

; from the "protected" countries, Perhaps Mazo de la Roche

the cost of his army-demnndi learned a lesson from John Galaworth1 ?
which further enslave his "pro- when he killed Soame t

I tertorates" and deepen the terror Forsythe. These genealogical novel 1

; and anguish of their people' while, had been so well written___ .In.. ....
I he gets ready to wipe out the British ( queries and minute detail that n ,

Empire and later attempt an I lOIN '" rI his arms and boast that he could IIIllIUIIIIlIlIUIlIllIlIllIIIIlIlIlIIlIlIli I when one of the tamlllal\,cllarae !
Invasion of the western hem la- ten died It left the reader with
whip any man in that county. At I an ,
phcrt. CURRENT that a husky ruralist gave him a impression of being Incomplete. ;
It It claimed that Hltler'i assessments -I well-directed wallop that flattenedout 20 Years Mill de la Roche circumvented

from his "protectorate COMMENTBy the boaster. When he arose Ago this difficulty by doing her Jalna

Is the equivalent of 13 per cent ANEW WELSH and brushed off his clothe he I series episodically; consciously
of Germany's day-to-day war laid "I guess I took In too much' I leaving gaps between books which
coiti. His exactions appear to be -"'--. "-- -"'"--!" territory,. Nations could do that IIDIIIIII1I1I1IJII 1Ir.1I II III II III II III I mllm she can go back and fill. The author .

bawd entirely on what the "traf Ed..... Netrt Mr. Web"W.IMBMIoMOTto 'too. I has taken her character !
,
fie will bear," The M hU "C miMM* trkxlirr Tkt Lliswl.e Hraw a. MM rawIndia through six volume and
dally several
.
assessments thora wrwTMM or at nrlMMvltk I t i
... .
. ..... HIM ( the H w.dIsatoran.
on France in French currency kfe ..IftA" ( / MtaklliluJ generation With "Whlteoak
Mir. IS IMI.mm
fattens to AIM W.UK 141 M. B.Kth I Editor A. H. Andrews, of the ...
It about 400,000,000 francs Sfc.Mlu.iri* Uw SwMk PtotMi BiHMf Heritage" the reader t* returned to
1 American Eagle: (tstero) recently .irji< Oct. IT, till wllk she star the Joins
20,000,000 of 1919
or reichamarks.Under I ... .-... with aU the old
met a boyhood friend from BiniI' familiar characters.
a program of taking everything A new 1710-mile north-south 'hampton, N. Y. after a separationof Feb. S, mi I .
for Itself which Is the highway to Florida la being pro- I'
and In comparingnotes
avowed goal of the "new order" moted. It wlU be known as the fifty years of his -"J. R. Dorsey and family are When the reader has finished,
he learned that
Hitter many into the Ponce house In Willie Gather's late book "Sap.
forces his "protectorate to Taft Memorial highway and It will moving
,
send him all food and 'material begin at Sault Ste. Marie Canada early acquaintances were dead, Royal Palm addition after some phlra and the Slave Girl," ht has

I available In excess of their needs, and end at Fort Myers. some in the poorhouse and one or two., months' residence in Miami." a feeling of gratitude that It I Ie
In the penitentiary as manyin
which he down I written in a calm and cultured
pares to the meag- Some who -"Mrs. R. L. Ramon has resigned -
treat level that will allow the insane asylum. l teacher in the style. The Incidents leading up to
them to In Miami I coconut tree that had the brightest prospect in as English the minor
survive and keep on produclnf. Homestead high school, in orderto climaxes, as well aa the
grows from the ground In a curve youth turned out to be rascals major
'From statements of national sell far more than I straight one, while the less brilliant who had to I join her husband, who Is attending the reader are I so well written that
worked to the
bank returns, It Is claimed that the or In commercial language, is fight their way upward were doing -: teacher's college In Gaines emotion auu..ted--ln up from

excess<< of Imports Over normal exchange worth more. My friend Ike says fairly' well. Doubtless many of ville." the realistic novels In escape which the

hat already reached In the "Mebbe' ifi that away with coker- you readers could duplicate this -Rev. C.J.Hammitt,newly- appointed ; author tries to put Ipto word the
y tike of France, more than 3,500- nut trees but taint so with men." experience in your own lives. I pastor of the White Stone emotion Thus it is quite naturalfor

000,000 relchsmartu, and from five I *, church,'will arrive In Homestead the reader to follow :through

of the countries which he seized The United States does not furnish former'undersecretary on Sunday morning next.n. with hit I'IIIpIIthi.be pene.
William R. Castle, : :
not Including Rumania, the total last pastorate, Lynn Haven
all the dumb fools. In India, of state and ones 'ambassador ' pre cuted, condemnation for the parse*
la estimated at more than 5.MO- the extremes: between the "haves"and to Japan, In testifying' teata411'1 strongly on his removal cuton and ,admiration for those

I 000,000 relchimarlu. the "have note" are wider and before the house committee on'the from,that place. character who eventually bring
more numerous. Some year ago -"Rev. W. S. Walshe an IriIh
"Lena-Spend" bill said it was a about lushes The happy ending It
A Rule for Success"The the people gave their spiritual "war" measure and that if we go Methodist evangelist, preached in also a Mtlsfaction contrast to
leader. Aga Kahn, on the occasionof the Hobbs pool room Tuesday evening the
in Japan would, of course- attack story that leave >one <*ui*
.1 longer I live the more I his birth anniversary his weightIn in; also that the blU would make to a fair sired audience." pended, as It were, to the air.

I I am convinced that there are just gold Now they propose to make the president "the dictator of aD -"Mrs. Rose Pame, wife of a From Miss Cather'. -clear, de
two kinds of people In this world him similar. gift of diamonds. [democracies. New York commission merchant, tailed description, one teel transplanted

, -those who have I passion for 4 I has bought 20 acres of land, on to the rural district of

; Improvement and those who have When Senator Smather Intro the old.Albury homestead, which Virginia near Wlnche-ter.' tout

net," says Dr. Clarence Poe In an duced a resolution to annex Cubato Children in Court I I she will Improve by planting a year before the Civil War'Per
f editorial In the Progressive Farm the U. S. thinking It would I grove Ten acres of the land was hap this I* because a great deal

, er. "Those without it are akin to please the""Queen of the Antilles- By judge Mmtoclm tlatfletd bought from M. M. Cone and ten of apace has been given to buildingup
dumb animals; those with It are people, a Havana editor countered I from L R. Matthews." the background. There 1* an

: akin to the gods. Those without It with the suggestion that Cuba annex JUNK DEALERS ENCOURAGE -"Cha*. Wlthtrlll of Holly Hill, atmosphere Individual effort and

.i ere walking: corpses, virtually Florida. The latter would be CftMMB Fla., la spending a few weeks here, growing tension throughout/ the
, / dead; thoie with It are thrllllngly another Jonah and the whale case, looking after his grove holdings."I story. At the end the reader i*

live." but the other way around would Five boys stood In court and confessed -I -"Fred Popp tried to teach C. conscious of the fact that a con

I I, Dr. Foe goes on to quote the be Jonah swallowing the whale. that they had stolen several E.: Chusman's Ford to shimmy the carted movement to free these unfortunates

t rule for success given long ago by 0 I I hundred dollars worth of brass,other day the Ford Is now laid from their hackle,

James J. Hill--a rule which has Gen. Hugh Johnson, columnist, from various manufacturing plants up." must of necessity be in the near

. given a hard Jolt to many of the interprets the president' attitudeas and from city property. They had "Robt. Russell traveling out Of future.Mcording'to.

men who have read It: being no longer confined to destroyed two electric traffic signal New York City, was a business the dictionary Sao
I "If you want to know whether "short of war" but helping all attacked I lights so as to secure a few' visitor in town Wednetd."Mr. .,.." fire'-ah Is the correct pronuncla,

you are destined to be a successor democracies anywhere In 'pounds of salable brass. : and Mrs. J. F. Vmphrey tlon. However the-publisher tell

I failure In life you can easily the world. I heard a story of a I' It was revealed, during the are staying In town t few days. 'that the author speaks of her hero-
find out The test Is who attended Fourth of July brass I tee a* Sa-fear'-ah. The author1
very simple man a course of the trial,.that the Mr. Vmphrey painting his houseon
and It Is Infallible: Are you able celebration In an Ohio town and ;had bean sold to several Junk I PIne avenue and Mrs. Umph- name rhyme with lather.

to save money It not, drop out emblbed too much"flghtin' liquor dealer When the boys were confronted ray Is assisting in the Inventoryat
You win lose. You may think not He made the boast that be could I ,,' the' Junk deafen, they' the Mercantile." this country when about 20 year

but you will lose as sure as you "lick" any man In that town. Re.ceivtag :readily admitted that they would' "Ivan Moser returned this ,01 age. They first moved to Indiana

lives The seed of success It Trot In no taken he began to flail not have stolen the traffic lights I week fro", Lake City where be and subsequently removed to

Yeas: -- ,If It had not been possible to dispose underwent an operation. northwest Arkansas, from whence

,Paraphrasing these word to family your farm and your hornet of the w--they contained. -"Mrs. Ann Taylor; mother of she moved ta Florida City'about a

give his own rule for success, Dr.,If not, drop out TIN will fall..You i The Indignant parents ,of the Lawrence Taylor of Florida City' year ago last November . ."
Poe adds: 'may think.not, but yon will feet boys aa well u the city otflothlsand and Mrs. Latouretteof Homestead, (Florida City)
.
died Thursday morning after a -Ie Larkin and Princeton
the defrauded
Tht one sure rule for aucctsito M sure as you ttve. The aeed of the lepreeanUUveyof baseball
held Illness Death waa due to advanced team played a game on
maaufaetwtarfimav, avmediaMy
We b very atmple and It U snfallibl suecees la not la you. Without
this .and anattack of Bedland Farm Life/ diamond.on
'Joined forces la denaad1s age
*: Have you a passion. for passion for improvement you .I double ,pneumonia;: Mess last Sunday. Score was It toll in
vaster be Taylor-
that the Juak preae.cuted.
.Improvement-.an. unceasing weal never succeed; but It you have "J *
: and:will m +ptvwatart, xwt tyo. are,a menses. already."r .. ?",.,..v-wk.v, ... .-.-> !'.M bore.I ta Tajglaad a l.nrrae.le.J twrer of Xarkta.7.!Prtacetoas .>:'




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'fant daughter, Ruth Elizabeth,born Visitors Are Invited I to Meeting
Jin the James Archer Smith Hospital I
last week were returned to I Miami Production Credit Assn.
Of
In and ..ArQui-]. I day their home In Islamorsda yester

I Member of the Miami Product Driver of Car Held I
I tion Association and non-
Credit :
FLORIDA: CITY In Key Death Crash
Homestead member farmers are Invited to at.tend -
I Br Mrs. W. W. 8wry the annlltwtockboldera'
... f meeting of the s.,cUtlon Wednesday Jack Boyer, driver of a car t
morning at 1&30 o'clock in which crashed on Key Largo Jan.
Lee H. Lehman left Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zeiler and Civic Center In MI njL 14 while being pursued by a con-
Mrs. their two daughters of Outenburg An interesting atid' instructive stable sent to stop It because of the
Gainesville yesterday to visit N. J, arrived Wednesday to visit program bat been arranged for this unmistakable signs of the driver
and Mrs. Herbert S. Wolfe, with Mr. Teller's mother and sister meeting, announces T. A. Feaster inebriation, was held for further
Homestead residents. Mrs. John Zeller and Mrs who ii ono of the director Investigation on the recommendation
Henry Baum,respectively,who are The district ferret nine coun of a coroner's jury followingan
Miss Jana relatives CatUn In who Macon has, spending the winter in Florida ties-Indian River, St. Lucie inquest Saturday night Into the
visiting
Martin Okeccnobet, Palm Beach death of Harris LaRose, on of
entered her freshman year at
City.Mr. Broward Dado Collier and Mon- three occupants of the car.
I leysn College In Macon. and Mrs. Walter Hyer ot
LaRoe died in the James Archer
J I New York, who are visiting Miami roe.The with the
association cooperation Smith Hospital here shortly after
I Mrs.J. R. Byrum left Sunda I
spent Sunday afternoon with
Greenville, S. C.. to be with of county agents has recently being brought there.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo.
father, T. M. Banks, who Is held meeting In Goulds, The occupants of the car were
Miami Edison: High School, Hollywood -
1
ously ill. i Mr and Mrs. Clarence Rhodes Pompano, Boynton. Belle from Miami.
I, arrived recently from Mexico for Glade and Fort Pierce In Dade
Joe Crevasse Jr. of a visit with Mrs. E. J. Rhodes. All bounty both County Agent C. IISteffanl READ THE WANTADSBAKED
assistant teacher of $tree accompanied Mrs. M. IX and Assistant County
the University of Florida, Ingram as far as Key West Monday Agent JT. Lawrence Edwards took
l Fred Fuchs, Jr., over the
when she took a boat for in the
part programs.
end. Cuba. I HAM I

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Field arrived recently for the season.
i Mr. and Mrs. F. C Tomasello I
week-end visitors Mr. and and son, Norman, of Hammonton,I I SUPPERCommunity
Floyd Amburn, Mrs. Roy N. J., were dinner guests of Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. E. Turner and family
and daughter, Catherine, lo moved last week to the Sever Church
and Mrs. C. S. Phillips on Friday.
Amburn and Harry Hodge, Souse on Caves avenue
Loudon, Tenn. Florida CityTONIGHT
Mrs. H. M. Degler was brought
Mrs Alice Oxland of Miami waia
I Mrs. S. L. West and home from the Kendall hospital Thursday visitor In Florida City.,
t Martha, visited Mrs, West's Saturday.
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and For results use Leader- 6:30 Adults SOC
apent'I Roy Mill Is confined to his home
John Joe West, in Sanford Classified Ads
Thursday until Saturday. On with an Injured foot. ,Enterprise
urday, the entire group .
the wedding of John Joe West Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Willis oMiami f
to Miss Gertrude were visitors here SaturdB EDWARD STILING
! O>co.. )'.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thurman : Mrs. Ceo. Davis Is reported to
daughter, Carol, recently i, be seriously ill at the Kendall hos REALTOR
from Homestead to Coconut ; pital.
Mr. Thurman it now
Real Estate General Insurance
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Inspector in the Miami W. E. Myers has recovered from I
the U. S. Border Patrol.Miss I out his recent illness and is able to be I NOTARY PUBLIC

,. LaNelte Rogers,due to Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.
plications developing follow Mrs. S. T. Robinson and son PHONES MM AND Mt-M
emergency appendectomy I I Harold Diets of Lynchburg, Vt, -
mil week will be unable
sum her studies at Wesleyan I III
lege In Macon where she
freshman 'I I

Frank Belt of Homestead : : .J i!
patient In the James Archer

Hospital.H. I: Let's All Get, Behind

O. Hann of Palatka .
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friends In South Auapattah
dens last week. I I I

Mr. and .Mrs. Jacob : I i I This Slogan:

Hfckivllle, Long !bland I
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-mot- across" to the thousands who
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i = '1 come to Miami this winter.
Mine was when a ban owner had ta prera himself a> ?
Gt established -.-" !. badness BEFORE Could build :
.f buy a hence.i I 1
i Today-sue stew PRA Plan revMsea the process.' Aa
: ambitious nut with a very tjedeat salary- *y, kea thaw I
.'"--earn BEGIN with a hems ef his --. Aad Us h"i
standing M a property swam ta the Community son contribute
= U his business. SBoecsa. Florida fertilizer Co.
.. i East Coast
Call .. an fer *rt..ils about the NEW FHA Plan for assail
basses and lean bow Ie beeacae a been aintrr a* a small '
i 'a- i I FRANK .RUE.MGR. +
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W. D. HORNE FLA. .

FRANK L. SKILL; Owner i iI I

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!: FREE LESSONS IN DANCING TO BE GIVEN -'MISS BERTHA NILL HAUSMAN TELLS CLUB
III
II The Calendar :
[ AT JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB BARN. DANCE I I i I OF WORLD-FAMOUS MOHAMEDAN\ MOSQUE

I Jan. Organization of branch I --
Free dancing Instruction In the Sam Fife and his string orche. of British War Relief Society ati I j Santa Sophia, the marvelous reproductions of winter scenes by

conga, popular South American tra will begin playing at I o'clockfor 3 o'clock In Woman's Club buildIng (Constantinople; church built by American artists; Leland Curtis of
dance, will be given the square dancing which will I Justinian In the sixth century and Byrd's South Pole expedition,
Miss Mar.
by transformed Into a by the Grant Wood, Richard Lahey, Jonas
be followed by round dancing. Tour Jan 31-Dade: Count. Council j mosque
yen Chadwick, teacher of the Junior couples will give an exhibition In of Home Demonstration Clubs i Mohamedans when they conquered Die, Edward Redfield and Rock-

Woman's Club dancing school, square dancing. meeting In Homestead F. t A.1!I Constantinople In the fifteenth well Kent.
at the old-fashioned barn dancein Mn. E A. Buchanan general clubhouse. I century, was described by Min' Mrs. Frank Webb, who presidedin
the Chamber of Commerce chairman, and the advertising, Jan. 31-Benefit supper of W. Bertha Nil Hausman at I meeting the absence of the president
; building on Saturday Feb. 8. committee, headed by Mrs. W. F. C. In Florida City. I(I of the Homestead Art Club at consented to serve as chairman of
The junior club will, at each tus Wynn, are making Feb. 3 Meeting of art class at the home of Mrs. Alex Hemmlngs the club' Fruit Festival booth.
/: public dunce It sponsors and at not I street banner. AUIII'.1 2 and T p. m. In Chamber of Com- in Goulds Wednesday. I||I Congealed salad, crackers and
f extra charge, give free Instruction Junior club members In I merce building Miss Hausman spoke also of hot tea were served by Mrs, MaudE.
i In tome popular dance, such drawn wagon will parade the after Feb. S-Meeting of Garden Club "Creative Turkish An" as she had Chandler and Mrs. Hemmlngs,
\\f. la rhumba or tango. noon of the dance. at 3 o'clock In Homestead Woman's observed It during a stay in Turk-,I the hostesses.
I. Club building. t- 1 j I The February, meeting wilt behold '
Feb 3 Junior 'Weman's Club Mrs. Lonnie L. Hood spoke on at Mn. Webb's home; it was
OFFICIA'L
WORTHY GRAND MATRON PAYS business meeting at 8 'p. m: "Art of War-Torn Europe,", and announced, and each member will

I VISIT TO AD ASTRA CHAPTER OF 0. E. S.I Feb. 3 Program meeting of told of an exhibit In New York.Mrs. I I.be permitted to bring a guest
Homestead B. P. W. C. In Cham- I B. M. Hindman displayed Present at the meeting i were:
h. . ber of Commerce building at 8 l 1 Mrs. Paul ReynoldsMrs.. Russell
The official visit of the U. E. 8.' Cake and punch were served. p. m. I I Horne, Mn. M. E. Abercrotnbia,
worthy grand matron of Florida, Sixty-nine attended the meeting.On Feb. Homestead Band Parents DEMONSTRATION: COUNCIL I I,Mrs. W H. Owens Mrs. H. Ruefg;
I Mn. Minnie I Cogan of Tampa, was, Monday evening, a group Association meeting. WILL TOUR DISTRICT j(IMrr.! Frank Hausman,* Mrs. Hood,

I made to Ad Astra Chapter Wednesday F.I from the chapter attended Mrs. Feb. 3-Y, W. A. meeting.Feb. Members of the Dade County Mrs Hindman, M.... Webb, Mist
evening In the I. O. O. Cogan's official visit to the Fort 4-Meeting of W. S. C. S. Home Demonstration Council will Hausman. Mrs. Chandler and Mn.Hemmlngs. .
hall, and a luncheon in her honor Dallas Chapter in Miami.! In this In Homestead Methodist Church. tour South Allapattah Gardens .

was given Thursday at Avocado group were: Mr. and Mrs. Chat. C Feb. 8-Meeting 'of W M. U. on their way to Homestead today)
Lodge on Redland road. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. circles. for a meeting In the Homestead PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY
Mrs. Cogan gave a talk on "TwoTrees" Davis Mr. and Future Farmer Clubhouse, and
Mrs. A. R. Mey.bem Feb. 9-Repeat performance of on HAS ALL-DAY MEETINGAt
I at the meeting Wednesday Mrs. the return trip they will
\, Cussle Joiner Mrs "Submerged" and "Maid Service"at go an all-day meeting of the
evening and closed her speech J. E. Davis, Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, Neva King Cooper auditorium' through the Redland section and Woman's Auxiliary of the Homestead
ti by singing "Somebody Knows. I Jr., Mrs. J. W. English Mrs. Lloyd atapm. I visit Monkey Jungle and CoL H. Church
Presbyterian at the
j' H She was prevented with a gift from Drib Mrs. R. W. Mullins and Feb S-Meeting of Legion Auxiliary W. Johnston's place. home of Mrs. A. F. Darling Jan.
.
.I the.chapter and a bouquet of flowen. Misses Esther and Helen Livingston. In Legion. Hall at 8:00: 'o' I Final plans for the tour were!I 23, a book, "Sent by God" by Manes
? clock. announced Friday at a meeting of '
ford George Cutzke, was reviewed I
I I .); Outstanding talks visitors who gaveshort I Feb. 5-Meeting of Homestead the Redland Home DemonstrationClub I(I by Mrs. Paul Haley, Mn. R. E.
were: Mrs. NancyeRickard
which with the Homestead
P. T.
A.
executive committee. I Trotter Mrs.
Frank G.
1; WAR RELIEF Hathaway,
I Mn. Fred Mank and Mrs. UNIT
club will be the hostess ''
Feb. 6 group.
-Meeting of Legion Auxiliary
Mn. J. M. Holferty and Mrs Gor-
Lena Bird past grand matrons; TO BE ORGANIZED I In Legion hall at 8 Luncheon will be served on the
p. m. don E. Dill.Others
Mrs. Marion Neeb, assistant grand Under the lawn of the clubhouse. Citrus
Feb. (
\ sponsorship of the -Pioneer Guild Mri.
meeting present were: R. C.
matron; Mrs. Elizabeth Penn past Woman's Club of Homestead I unit ,at home of Mrs. James Pritchard fruits will be used as decorations I Jackson Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Mrs.
) grand organist; Mrs. Lucy M. Celt- for and favors. ,
sewing and knitting for British In Miami.
J. A. Ricks, Mrs A. F. Darling,
gey, past grand chaplain; Mn. Mrs E. A. Carter short 1!I
war relief will be organized thisafternoon Feb. t-Junior Woman's Club gave a Mn. Geo. M. Frick, Mn. FrankRobln.on
Mable Rainey, past grand Elects; at 3 o'clock in the clubhouse barn dance In Chamber of Commerce talk on "Eating for Health-Vita-1 and Mn. Carl F. Robinson -
j Mn Esther Le Cam, grand representative by Mn. C. W. Mangus of building.Feb. mins." I I .
ti of Wisconsin; and Mrs Miami. I 7-Meeting of Episcopal A work meeting, it was decided,
: Clara Merrick, grand Instructor of Materials for sewing and knitting Auxiliary home,of Mr*. W. V. will be held In the Redland
{ District 29. Twenty-five visiting will be furnished by the Miami i Smyth at 3 o'clock. High School economies room Feb. I Mn.: J. A. Rotherham, Mrs. J. D. .
worthy matrons and past worthy Beach branch. I Feb. 8-White elephant sale In 11 to can meats and vegetables for Wysong, Mn. A. D. Brannon, Mn.
!. matrons, and eight worthy patron I I Loaner building sponsored by the Redland District Fruit Festi I Chaa. Lair, Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott,
p ". and past worthy patrons were Introduced ,Homestead Band Parents' Associ !Mn. A. W. January, Mn. Margaret
val.Present
; i PIONEER TO POSE at the meeting were: Harrold and Mrs. Carter.DIXIE'DRUG .
Mrs. A. B. Langham and B. C FOR ART CLASS tlon.Feb. l
10 of
I ( -Meeting Monday
.f. Murphy were Initiated into the I I John Stefanko will lecture on ,Music Club at home of Mn. Howard -
chapter. composition at the evening session Johnson.
ij Mrs. Lloyd Deitz tang "End of a of the Homestead art class In the : Feb. II-Business meeting ofHomestead
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I Perfect- Day. I Chamber of Commerce building i, Woman's Club In Club
-- Monday at 7:15: o'clock. house. JACK: FOLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON

;'( MRS. DEUEL ELECTED One of the ploneen of the dis Feb. 11-Good Will Luncheon Fit Phone 31 and lltl

PRESIDENT OF "'. S. C. S. I trill will serve as model for the I Club meeting at home of Miss
; Mn Ceo. E. Deuel was elected group at 2 o'clock In the. afternoon Alta Vann. FIRST AID 500 KlenzoQUIKBANDS
president of the Woman's Society! at the same place..TWO Feb. 12-Meeting of W. M. U. at FACIAL TISSUES
of Christian Service I 3 o'clock.
: of the Red
I Soft as down for
land Community Church at a Feb. 14-Meeting of Princeton A band.n all ready tenderskins.Strongand
: luncheon meeting held '. ARE HONORED : Home Demonstration Club at you need itRCXALL and very absorbent._
at the home of Mn R. wedn.ada'l'I AT FLORIDA CITY SHOWER home of Mrs. John Julian In Naranjt. .
I' Mrs Jark un, Mrs. ; A miscellaneous! shower honor 1312 f 2Sc 25c UKAlt
Sr, and Mrs O. R. Goldberg were ; ing Mrs R. L. Moll and Mn. C. & I Feb. 20-Dixie' Boys' Choir QUALITY QUAINT
hostesses. i Phillips was given by Mn. W. W ,Episcopal Church benefit. In Red-
t ,Other officers re-elected were: Severy and Mn. Johnny Becker land School at 7:30: p. m. Riker'Floor.brits
F Mrs Anna Meatenmith, vice Monday evening at the Seve PETROFOL
president; Mrt. M. M. Ramsey home In Florida City. ryL LIQUID WAX
.I' O. A. AUXILIARY
secretary; and Mn. Frank W.]I i The house was decorated to rep TO MEET IN REDLAND TasUleta, odorless. Dries quickly to a
The non-habit form hard lustrous fining
Stlllman treasurer. resent a pocking house, and the I \\ -
Mrs. way to relieve Ish. Try ltCUU
will
: The Rev. W. E. Rowell gave II gifts were presented the honor Ralph Klngman entertain constipation. & -
abort talk on the mission study guests In crates. Cold drinks and the auxiliary of the RelervtOmcen' 69(.FULL
book on India that the cookies were Association of Miami at 49C
j society will II served in packing FULL FT.Maical'g OT.
take up.Present. [house fashion. 'her home on Klngman road tomorrow C4MU1TPurttest

: were: the Rev. and M.... Present were: Mrs. Margaret afternoon.
i i W. E. Rowell M.... B. A.. Wild,I If Kennedy Mrs. J. T. Roberts, Mn. Almond
f Mrs. W. H. Cast, M.... Thomas i W. E. Rowell, Mn. Roy S. Chan d- HAND LOTION
\ i Brewer, Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, I 141r.; ""*. Jack Pwtm Mrs A. H. Give your hands Vitamin
( Mn. Dave Kufeldt Mrs. M. Lopez,' Phillips Mrs Rudolph Matt on. proper care to AandD TABLETS
Mrs. L. R. Becker. Mr: Anthony help keep than

Berrien 'i Gucciardo, Mrs. R. Hartsock, tin. heautlfol. Both these Important .
Kufeldt. Mrt. J. A. Soper. M.... Clyde Niell Mrs A. B. Langh. \ 4e Full pint 391 vitamin In
I A. M..Vivien, Mn. O. A. Halnllt n, Mn. Charles Clinton, Mn. Nlell, ; atxAI.L OUAIRV / one tablet. Low
i Mn. Thomas Doyle, Mn. Margaret Mn. Phillips, Miss Alice Macomb- coat vitamin pro
Harrold, Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mrs. IT, Miss Louise Booker, Mn. Sev- fes I& COLD -TABLETS, -Ioft.
E. J. Moore M.... Wm. Dickson, I cry and Mrs. Becker. \ SPECIAL Gee at that be$1| -SIZI, 'IOTTUor

I' Mrs. E. J. Norman; Sr. Mrs. E. J. Gifts were received from: Mrs. J for It settles. too
Norman, Jr. Mrs Chat. 001",1 John Rohrer; Mrs. Frank Stalling*.
Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner. Jr. Mm.SUllman Mn. J. W. Caves, Mrs. Boyd Co- lit SIZf, 19 *
Mrs. Deuel, Mn. Ramsey, 'I hernour. MtCJJoyd; Delta Mrs. l DMO,tasting with_Thrakju...of nqo,>thb TIN OF M 't ,

Mn. Harford, Mrs. Goldberg and I,Lester W.alkup: Mrs Fred Barker := method . 0 Cool.
)In. Jackson. i l land Mrs lIM! f"1'bomp oft.I' I sots comfortable I Brewers'
Purctcst
3 AM"d AGA-REX

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\ .. A delicious tasting emulsion .
that gets result Easy te get 1114r benefits
I'I'4 *. of yeast vitamins
this Big
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r - i j I 9,000 Take At Pontiac Delivery Factory CLASSIFIED ADS 1 :


I i More than '9,000 persons took 'Ill I

l Social EventsHIS. Ii'factory delivery on new Pontlacj! ,RATE First insertion IOe a tin; subsequent Insertion '

during the IMO model year, thus 3J a has
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i combining a saving of freight -
charges with i fine trip In their'
,new car. according to D. U. Bath- I i I FOR SALE .MISCELLANEOUSLOANS

BITTER ELECTED N. Wakefield, the Rev R. F rick, general salesmanager of Pontiac -
ASSISTANT LEADER Blackford Patty Robinson. Bar- Motor Division. FOR SALE Onl of Homesteads

Mrs Leslie Ditter was elected ban. Miller. Barbara Wells, Doris : One day every state In the Union I 1 nicest homes-HB: bedroom, I I LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE,

assistant leader of the Jennie Lob. ,Singleton Fay Pierce, Vara Rhen plus Alaska was represented In baths, In choicest resident! REPAIR Residential Grove

dell Circle of the Woman Society ey Ardel Parrnan Gerald Andrews the Pontiac administration building I section Reinforced concrete conitruction -i and Business Property

*f Christian Service of the Homestead Felix Bullard Frank Haus- lobby where deliveries were made I II Landscaped' plot 103 x From $30 to $5,000-Irom ( mo. to
131'. $5,500, SSOO cash $50 .
Methodist Church at a meet. man, George and Ernest Jenner S years.

fig Monday night at the home of Wilson Austin, Billy Jacobs, David I "Your friend Joe seemed to be I II : month 6%. Eleanor Preacher. No Down P.yment-No Red Tape

Mn. George Barnes. Mrs Lloyd and Jack Barnes, Fred Rhodes and the life of the party" I II I Overseas highway, mil south of I SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Ben Bechdol.MR. I Homestead Ph. 528-J (J31-H)) : $200 for 3< mo.-Repay II39 mo.
J'1eldh.. leader presided, and I "Yes, he was the only one who:
Miss Lobdell conducted a Bible could talk louder than the radioTurner's ." FOR SALE-5-room modern $500 for 38 mo.-Repay $li./7 mo.
AND MRS. R. E. ANDERSON I 60 Repay 32.30
lesson. $1500 for mo-
study house furnished $1600 6 percent
.
.GIVE FISH FRY DINNER
Present were: Mrs. Bruce Enntr; I Intereset. L. O. Hall.! Call mo. ,
Mr. and Mrs R. I. Anderson ; Ask for FREE: Estimates
Mrs C. D. Eaker, Mrs A. M. Logan I Funeral Home I Dr. M. A Berger residence.
gave a fish fry dinner at their Without Obligation!
Mri Jason Avery, Mn Ditter (J31.t()
home TuesdaY. tl-int AMBULANCE SERVICE] LOANS can be secured to Modernize -
Mrs Field.. Mrs. Hindman, Miss
Lobdell and Mrs Barnes. Present were: Mr. and Mrs W. Lady Attendant $18. down and 110 monthly full and Repair LEASED OR

R. Ander on. Mr. and Mrs Austin [ price f 250. buys 5 acres on westside MORTGAGED Property.
The next meeting will be Feb. Phone '''-R Homestead, Fla also have FHA LOANS for
Richard road 660-tt north We
Brown of Burlington, Ala., Mrs
home of Mrs B. M Hind. .
24 at the
New Home, payable monthlyover
Joe Thurmnn Mrs. J P. Anderton. of Mowry drive H. It N. Llch-

man Carol Thurman Jean and ::'."""".. .... ,"""."".".."' ..........,",,.. I, tenberg, Congress Building,, 20-25 years.

Bobble Anderson and the host and Miami. Let us supply your BUILDING

CLUB TO BEARFINANCIAL hostess. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST NEEDS. Prompt Service
REPORTA FOR SALE-Lowest priced South BROOKER U':IIBER ('0.
I Krome-Federal Wghway: -ISO
financial report of the Junior The Wom-Auxiliary of Phbne 62 Homestead. Fla.IVANTEU .
ft. corner, or tester frontage If
Woman Club cabaret etid the ,St. Johns Episcopal Church will Office Hours: 8s. m to 5 p. m. desired. An opportunity, Eleanor
meeting of the Dade County Fed meeting at the home of Mrs -
.IV : I Sundays: I te II : Fro chet. Overseas highway
eration of Women's Clubs In Hom W Smyth at 3 clock Friday i Closed Saturday mile south of Homestead. Ph. WANTED-9 to 10 acres pine land
will be made at the Feb. 11
dead Feb. 7.Mr. .
S26-J J31-C7) 3 miles Homestead. If
within
meeting of the Woman Club of I
Homestead I Free Parking Space '. in grove. state kind and location
i and Mr--L. West entertained ; EXCELLENT PURCHASE!: New Box A-129 Leader.Enterprise.
Kn L. J. McCaffrey of Miami house with 2'i
5-room acres
at dinner Sunday: Mr. and' 1764 N. W. 36TH 8T, MIAMI (PJ24)
vice-president of Section Eleven of House never occupied, bath
Mn. J. J. I
West Jr.. of Sanford PHONE t-mi !
the Florida Federation of Women'sClubs toilet electric light reduced to
WASTES high
will be guest speaker at the Miami Mr and, Miss Mrs Martha R. O.West Murrah of Hollywood of I ..;1JWJIU I 11? ILIII ...!LLlril'L';: ......... $1.600. Terms $1.000 cash; balance TUTORING school and grade school subject
Feb. 25 meeting of the club. 1123 for S
per year years.
A. B,
and Lovett Newell' of Atlanta Mrs. H. J. Armstrong
II Interest 6%. No roaches no termites drive and Country
riummer
WHITE ELEPHANT SALE no bed bug Better act

POSTPONED UNTIL FEB. I 1 I quickly. H. A. Cameron, Homestead I Club road

The white elephant sale whichIs CARD OF THINKS Phone '72. (detf)
being sponsored by the Home.I We wish to express our deepest CLEAN RAGS WANTED WIL

shad band parents will be held appreciation for the sympathy and MONK CHRISTMAS VINE plants and exchange subscription! or advtlslng **-

on Feb. 8 in the Loaner building kindness shown by friends In our 'I young tropical almond trees for clean rSCI.Leader

Mrs W. E:. Rheney, chairman announce recent bereaement IN THL for sale. Alto cuttings of purple I Enterprise
WILLIAM ANDERSON N. G.
that members of the com. bougainvlllea Mrs

mlt; e have been ill so that the AND FAMILY .' Ball. 13 N. E. Eighth St. | whU-k writ certain attached\ top.rtr and ofM. h.m not*"

sale was postponed week. w Jn.rl.dart( Drlr t UT7 fondant been -taken h. by been'M ...,.......' % ..It'I
\B celled .
--- Your ad looks, tnioe MI firm read SMik 10-room house, I 0. Ill 10.Inr, ..Mann.. ....art.0n.
as Pri.n, K w M I throughout, bath toilet, wired it, .IIM II. .
EPISCOPAL LEAGUE .. .. Household .Mklw.Th.
M.w.a..d Rides MI"rll.n a
HAS BIACO PARTY big: in the tabloid Leader. for electricity but not connected I sold d f.ndanl and all ah.: p.m..5Inreeled

The Young People Service Enterprise I nice lawn big barn with cement the wild I-"f.1 ".10. an D' Ief.... the' ap""eto ft",

League of St. Johns Episcopal .. i floor, some pumping machinery, .... day III M.h blew .a' thud day ofMerril.
about six acres old grapefruit A. D IMI, -*"' -'' bwtrn..nenew
also '
Church held a bunco party at theborne 1- I, k.: taken kr default :'''"* the wild
avocados,
:2 acres seedling
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of Mr and Mrs eC.wrd Par- :2 acres cleared. Priced $3500 d.f..d.nt.N'rrNFss rt.. ij" o' """"..=;
I I ; Third '
man on Krome 1I .. the 101.1'
the -s
If of p.
Make me an offer Owned by .. I.'I ".!'. .?*
1
InM
day night I i Does Your Car Have Any In estate. H. A Cameron, t I M rl ml*I of MM' Court .t Miami.. Unrloa,

Anne Rheney and Bruce Scott' Home W. Phone! 72 (detf. this lath day or January. o 'iwiTTOWIwtlr. .
won the high score prizes, and I <.r ll" rrtf*.
Inu Nell Roman and Norton RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for i Third,, 111.5x51.
I "'o"
Wakefield the low score'prizes.. : Mrs H. H' twin r rI loran .
Of These Faults sale cheap. to run ''II H,. ...." -.It.
110'
Others present were: Mrs. Geo. I 15 N. E. tth it. Homete.d.\\.."',..".. J... 16 F.Io. 1. 1\, II. toil

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CARD OF THANKSThe I FORL TAYPDIEI
tit : )
TUB SALE Tropical plants
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Art of loss
rican
Woman Club of Hornt.stead fruit li chapter
tree and troplcti File A-4411
wishes to thank .lIlndh'ldu- So rut Jungle Grove Bottlers' I 1'1.' ...... 5. hereby ."... th.t R.b.. 10'.....

al*, organizations and businew canon rand and Plummet JrtvI ... : J.1"N..of. isi.."...i,.and..... "She unl a.hI Tat*ep-IVrtlfl-Juir.
houses! that' in any way aasiitedin I A. un, .... filed STitJS
-the entertain'ng of the Dad: Lacks Power and Speed? ,* TOM: tOlWY J1IMB' COURT INAlin and h. "'... ...pllr..I.. CerllfMte emhra--
sad
County Federation of Womtn'IClubs Hard to' Start? roll PADS IN ,&OIIA('OI'NTY.T. FLORIDA.Ne. lor....word.llof (Dyad.at.t.......d Yhserldr. tartanTract

In Homestead last week. 1114In -..... ,county _. A.'. Plat. 01 and Road
r' Hull
Woman Club of Homestead. Uses Too Much Gas? ReNOTICE.f thnli CREDITORS Eo.._ ..... I. I'I.t Itu..k II. Pare ...
By MRS. H. K. FOULKPres ? T. All Creditors TO end All P...... H..H.Cl.litu .. onnt.tal.e' '.IS ..._ wowr of or"rids.The ...., III
rough
Vibrates or runs se.-, I of Dade. RUM
Dewr.d. Against laid the Chente
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Yon with al % n .... winuO
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and No Pep sod flow him
....................................,; Sluggish AMUkick riquln to m.ptve.nt..r either. any al rUliM,'.... may T.the B.held stead wihall.Vnl..e .hall be w4ref.....
.. ... 'tkt MM fff some, a. H"114m. heldnfkala .
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..*! I.. of P.*. i i the W. P, IJUMMi, Oou"I Judn Morels hill lor wad to She the fact ..........
dune OIl
rwito Cnuiinr. and sit the some 'la his the Cowl home March ....I.hlt.. 10 falls
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In Dodo munch '
: Conrthou. I. the
Mfln In the Comfy .
.....nd.. of March. 1N1.irate
within taht I" day .
cflu.1do.
: : : .. time ......110 11I10 lab. due of Jaouare In41.a
the the (
Drive it into and have engine Htl from th w <*
our garage n ; THr.ft"'AN.
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...of. saw rl.l/_ or ,,_.... toern N. ,
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tmirt
: I : SCIENTIFICALLY TEStED with our new SUN ,, ,./. the Mss. .(dyer to and'"f Penetrated the ,"'101..1..s.h.wsoY. Cash Iwle: ',"l...ClKiult... ,......-

j .and w .lie.e Mum.ors will be .."...... an Cl..it court ...1. , P. 0.
I for what U 31. t'
and yourself Rr
l\IOTOR'TESTER see lion UO of the Isis Pwn, .. A ... D. 1941L -
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.it first class operating condition. O. MALL
needed to pat it in Pile.d BERGER
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PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. , Of | MTirtTM.f OF slur i
Keeps You Fit! Pr ArTACRMEaVplate. Hours 8:39:: 4:30
It bomb sore to H. If. leork.D.hadnnl. .
and .11 -title 1.M 1.._ II 4"Mlntmeal l
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FPHE Chiropractor uses his South Krome Ave. Phone IS wild that s lull .KM km IMMttUrf InIK. Open
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i -* two hands onlyapp'J/ug f OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY Third ImHc IMxrlrt of D4 ff**.,. First National Bank
them to adjust the spinal vertebrae FI...H ..miff. and "H M iBwk u tkr "
out of an abnormal position Uiiuo. Building
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back to correct o.l. therein ........ the MM .4.,-. . -
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HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS I REDLAND F. F. A. ,

By John Laadrmn Reporter
It.i Rcdland Rattler

Tragedy and Comedy to Be Repeated Monday night Jan. 27, we held
: our regular meeting the chapter 'DOHA SCOTT sad 1LA JEAN IRWIN Editor

4: Wednesday Night as Junior Benefit room presiding with We Pret.met H.at A.T30 Amen p. Jr.IlL,I

and received committee report and Nine Boys and Coach I green Our Pep Club
The dramatics class of Homestead J. T. Godwin)]* the lover Nabb. conducted other routine business Leave for Tennessee marched behind our band in white
high school will on Wednesday the Cockney Is Byrum, and H. A. Aman gave the report of i 1 dresses with orange-lined capes
night Feb. 5, give a second Jorgson, the' u.o I Fred Fucht the executive committee meetingof thrown back over shoulders.The .
performance of the two plays pre- . IJamie Richards Monday night Jan. 27, and recommended Nine of the basketball boys left bands stopped in the park
sented on the night Of Jan. 23. Enthusiasm that we not participatein early Sunday morning on their and played several marches. We
on the part of those who Changes Are PlannedFor the coming Orange Fe.tlvaille- ten-day trip to Tennessee. They want to apologize for Redland's
saw the plays has prompted this cause to do to would conflict with went in Mr. Snyder'i car and Buddy disbanding before Homestead had
Foods
second presentation which will be Laboratory our participation in Florida F. F. -Lindgren' car which wu finished Its last number, but manyof
given at 8 o'clock in the Neva' A. Day at the state fair In Tampa driven by Mr. Greer. the member of our band wantedto
King Cooper School auditorium The food laboratory of the The report wa accepted and approved Those boy that went were: get back to school to they couldgo
This program I* to be sponsoredby Homestead High School Is being by the chapter. Leonard Greer, Henry Dixon Bud. home on the busses.
the Junior dais and will take made Into five different mall .Jack Campbell aa a member of dy Lindgren Jack Marshall Walter -I
the place of the usual play presented kitchen resembling home kitchens the committee making prepara- Rutzke Louis Price, Charles
NEW STUDENT COMES
at the Junior carnival. each with a different color scheme, tions for our exhibits at the Red- Sweeting Otis Loper and the manager .
Ozell KIrkman entered the
You will tee In the first play, announces Mrs B. M. Hindman land District Fruit Festival reported Allen Kirk. seventh
"Maid Service," a comedy portrayed who will teach home economic that he and his helpers are Their schedule la at follow: grade Monday She previously
attended Boca Raton School and
by high school girls alone. the second semester. making progress with their work. Monday night Asheville High
lived In Deerfleld.
Millie Preston In whose home the The class In interior decoration Charles Behren and his team School, N. C.; Tuesday night Eliza.
Nathalie De Natalie transferredthis
play takes place, Is a social climber Is planning to paint and decoratethe of parliamentary law demonstrator bethton Tenn; Wednesday night
She kitchens Three kitchens will demonstrated the ability to Blountville Tenn. morning from our eighth
with an over-bearing nature. ;Thursday night
4, makes life unpleasant for her be equipped with bottled gas and I appeal from the decision of the 'Johnston City, Tenn.; Friday grade to the Homestead school

iltter-in-Iaw, Emmy (played by two with electricity.The I chair. This wee part of the program night Bristol Tenn.; and Saturday -
1 Yvonne Pollard), who does the eleventh grade classes will prepared by George Wingate : night Klngsport Tenn. Art Classes PrepareFor
I housework In return for a liveli begin the study of teas and foods and presented under his direction. The boys expect to return Mon- Fruit FestivelThe
hood. Isabel Millie's spoiled for social occasions. The tenth Other feature of the program included I

daughter is portrayed by Wava grade will serve dinners; the ninth songs and yells by all, a I day.The Booster Club and the art student have been
Horton, and Mrt. Carter the town't trade, luncheons; the eighth grade,' speech on forestry by Jack Campbell cheerleader have been tending very
social leader, by Betty Jan Mey- breakfast; and the seventh grade,i and remarks by Mr. GeorgeB. ,them a wire before each game to ,busy lately. Most of the high
I hem Kathleen Freeman hat the school lunchet. Williams member of Florida let them know we are cheering for school It working on thing for

role of Millie. Forest and Park Service who was them even if we can't be at the the Fruit Festival The eighth

The second play It "Submerged", 500 CROWD GYM present at our visiting speaker.. game. We all mist the boys but we graders are finishing up their
t dire tragedy In a wrecked subt Others present besides those hope they are having a grand mask and making curtains for the
I marine. named above were: Dean Sickle, time
home economic room.The seventh
Letter Archer It MacAndrewt, Phillip Reams, Eugene Ingram
the commander. Brice, the coward, (Continued from Page One) Lynn Gowdy, Earl Wysong, Dick graders are making health poster
: is acted by Elbert Dolar. Archer the half Redland was in the lead I I Campbell R. A. Bethea, Kenneth Big Parade Arouses Other students In the high school l

Dodson Is Shaw, the dreamer, who by two points, 13-11. Greer, Donald Crafe and Rex Enthusiasm for GameThe are working or mural and tooled
'. makes the supreme tacrlflce for I qUte ;kIelS point in the third Seat
Grower I I I copper pictures.
quickly
MJ companions. Dunn, played by After planning a trip to the
first Is
parade In Homestead Friday Mrs. Fletcher1 grade
I smothered the Diamondbacks and -
. Plymouth fair in Miami for the
; the score at the end of the quarter,!I!! t afternoon was a big auccess. working on an airplane project
1 next day. we adjourned at :30
r 26-18 During the Ian quarter,' It helped to arouse enthusiasm for Mrs. Folk' fifth grade I* work
Homestead Girl Scouts both teams did a lot of shooting but;p.m. the game that night and promoteda ing on a puppet show. Miss Vlh-
little scoring. i i better feeling of sportsmanship len'i first grade and Mrs. Oils'
;
Those who attended the Ply-
By Mary Suber, Scribe Sullivan and Delllnger, hustling between the schools The bands fourth grade are making mural
mouth fair In Miami Tuesday afternoon -
r.-rrr..r+ every second, accounted for 22 started marching at Sullivan's FillIng Mrs. !'. second grader
were: R. A. Bethea,
We brought flowers to Identify points between them Playing of Charles Behrent, Eugene Ingram, Station and continued on up to have a farm project Mrs. Mur-
Connor the park with Homestead Band In ray's room I* starting a eerie of .
1 i Some of them were: hibiscus and Archer was also outstanding Kenneth Greer, Earl Wysong, John
: zinnia, periwinkle, phlox, gold cosK for Homestead. Llndgren Landrum, Richard Ball, Lynn the lead. picture on the "History of Educa-
1 t mot malvaviscus bougalnvillea, Marshall and Greer played bangup Dowdy and Phillip Reams.In Their Pep Club followed the tion.: ". Miss Sayera' third grader
wandering Jew, sultana, Spanish ball for the t band dressed In white slacks with have an Indian project.

t needle, sea weed, marigold, tger- Hustling and DlamOndbackera.j I a Rosy Fog
alum, trumpet creeper and white I the ball to get Next to a beautiful girl, what do
and purple bauhlnla. account for the Growers' defeat I you think It the most interesting
We were divided Into patrol of Ponce De Leon High School I thing In the world?"
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Each patrol has a aponaor.I I 41-20 on the Gable court Wednesday ,
I "When I'm next to a beautifulgirl
The patrols are: Connie Campbell -: evening.Ten I'm not worrying about statistics. CASH IN!
,' Joy Peters,Geraldine Shepard different men were used on ."-Ek.
{C ) Betty and Ruth Byrum, and Margaret he Growers team and each ac-
i Stillman; Anne Ar- counted for himself. Sullivan made f
I del Parman, Barbara : I "Mttu'tt IT point and Elmer Martin made 'Be sure that year eye are ssg4
C. Wllda 15 as yew brakes-have them
Betty
needs
tlId The government you.
Robinson DoraScott I The Growers will travel to Miami tested at lead once each year I
; Barbara Home Margaret to play Miami Edison tonight
I Barnes, Jolyene Mock, Barbara. in the Red Raiders' gym. On Tuesday DR. F. P. ARCHER I Good wages, increasing daily.

Smith, Barbara Wakefield and Van evening, the local lads will AND SON
: Rheney: Catherine Shackleford, go to Fort Lauderdale.
What to increase?
) .: Betty Stillman Katherine Kelly, Jefferson High School of Tampa Consulting Optometrists are you doing get your

. Suzanne Brown, Bellegene Bullard will meet the local team here next 1(24 W. Flagler St, Miami. Fla.
; : and Ann Shackleford.We Friday night Are you dollar-day help to receive the first
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: The achievement chart : ,, of n.'ea.. t..tltates.b.i
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: checked for work on brln'1n,1 for opticlA. Ride first Class; second is crowded.

i flowers, shells, and seed
Mrs. Sammy Home will have
charge of our Girl Scout booth at The best is first choice. Are you in that

: I the fair. class? ,
: I Katherine Kelly Is to be our
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