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.
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Publication Date: February 14, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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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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VOL. XXIX-No. 7 HOMESTEAD, 'FLORIDA FEBRUARY 14, 1941 PRICE FIVE CENTS





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: I Research Head to Tell How New Uses I AND KEYS ROAD PLANTINGS I

For Crops Promise Big Farm IncomeResearch

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TO VISITORS IS I to develop" new crops THE WEATHER Already Inured to Molt.ture .

and to find new use for old crops ,.Many Vines May

'promliaa.bigger farm Income than I ==1== "Come Back"POMPANOLAKE

i agriculture baa ever known, in

AMOFBPffCMembers i the opinion of L. F. Livingston, Feb B .J! 77.|":'20.6..9a.r.. 1 GONE

manager of the agricultural extension Feb. 7 | 'It I II |29.7SI 0.12 BETTER PRICES SEEN

i division of E. L du ,Pont Feb. 6 .Itl451 I I -
.. Feb. 9 ..,J) 82 |I'U I I 2.IS
to Be Guides and d* Nemours It Co. who will give a South Dade Farms Water
I Feb. 10, I 163 I 42 |110,111
r i.. Walking Information free here In Neva Table Feet Below
i! lecture the King Feb. 11 I M | 47 | I 0.3. Kept *
Bureaus Cooper School auditorium at I pHI t Feb. 13 I 72 I Ml |12UDI\ Bay Level

next Thursday under the auspices
ACTION NEEDED ON of the Redland District To Ask 3 Cents of Gas Five thousand acre of tomatoeson

j ., COMMUNITY BOOTHS Chamber of Commerce. A. R TnWaterwas I the East Glad from the Gould

Livingston, secretary of the chamber Canal to the Florida City Carat
k Exhibit Not Too Big A I of commerce (and no relationof 97 New Smyrna Batch Feb. 13 were undamaged by the XII Inches.
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of rain which fell here
ty Task, Festival Man. the speaker),will introduce him.The r .l.L of the gasoline tax on boat to be Saturday
.ager Explains future'of agriculture does used for the Improvement of Flor night and Sunday morning, due

l not lie in the expansion of exist ida's waterways, will be recom- to water control systems operated
The visitor ;;the 1941 Redland mended to 1..1 the
ing food crops," according to Mr till legislature by by Goulds and Nsrsnja Drainage -
District Fruit Festival will be madeto Livingston "Surplus crops, changing the Florid Waterway Congress Districts and by South Dude
feel at borne the moment he result of mad at Its
food habits and leveling off u a plans Farms, Inc, County Agent C. II.e
t cetera the festival building by annual meeting held here last
In the growth of population all Indicate -
members of the Homestead Business week. Under the present law his Steffanl said here last night.
there will be little increase
and Professional Women'sClub I r. LIVINGSTON tax now goes to the blthw.,'. I In the growing regions not thus
in the demand for
present common -
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hostesses, who will '
acting -- ---- -- -- -- ---- -
as protected: -the Oversea Highway
farm crops aa food; however, I
i show I hospitable Interest "in and the research to develop new crop,and Raising of Kentucky Truck Weight ,glade area south of Florida City,
"stranger within the p"'
to find new uses for old crops, Highlands and the Royal Palm
either answer his questions about promises bigger farm Income than I Hammock vicinity--an aggregateof
Maximum Would Vast Marketthrough
Open
the district and its products or ,
the agricultural community has 10,000 acres of tomatoes suffered -
Continued Page Two)
( on yet known," he says an average loss of about forty

An advocate of the farm che- 11 tale. A minimum I per cent though Individual lossesranged
Washington, Feh. -(Special) that (
murglc Idea, Mr. Livingston will from U to 80 per cent, Mr.
75 GROWERS DUE I-A vast new market for Florida of approximately 35,000 pounds la I
, exhibit during his talk a number citrus fruits-an area containingmore needed for economical hauling of Staff.of said. Even this darting
Industrial articles manufactured ) than 20,000,000 peoplemaybe citrus by trucks.The may diminish somewhat If the sun
HERE'NEXTWEEK from agricultural products He 1M1-42 stays out from now on and the
opened In time for the commission has
head of the agricultural engineer- completedan ,weather Is otherwise favorable he
: (Continued on Page Two) marketing season If en- exhaustive study of truck restrictions -I I pointed out.Francs .
ON FLORIDA TOUR acts legislation giving the Inter-I l under existing slate B. Rue, grower and fer-
state commerce commission laWI.I
Scout Executive Talks diction over minimum I (Continue on Page Two (Continued on Page Two)

To Local Rotary Club weights and sir**. I

leading Approximately vegetable seventy-five from]i I I The new market which wouldbe Papaya Culture Bulletin by Local Men I
growers A. S. Macfarlone, Boy Scout executive opened Includes Kentucky, Illinois . I
the north and central states will 1
visit Homestead some time next for Dade, Broward and Ohio and Indiana. This Released by State Experiment Station I
Monroe Counties, spoke before the area, for aU practical purposes, la
week, according to an announcement -
Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday now barred from truck shipments A bulletin Culture
I on "Papaya horticulturist of the
by J. N. McBride. general SubtropicalExperiment
agricultural agent of the Seaboard noon In observance of the 31stanniversary of citrus from Florida because: I In Florida," written by Dr. H. S. I Station at Homestead,
Railway. They are on the first of the founding of the of Kentucky's 11,000 pound maxi- Wolfe, formerly horticulturist In I has just been released by the agricultural -
. good will tour of Florida sponsored ,Boy Scout movement. mum limit on trucks passing charge, and S. J. Lynch, assistant'I experiment station of

" t>X tJH Vegetable Growers Association -I I the University, of Florida at Gains-
' of America, with which Mr. LOCAL MINISTER SEES ACTUAL AND ECONOMIC vill.

McBride co-operated In r A general; easily understood
t arr.aatn'jV.ptablt THROUGH SOUTH AMERICA IF ENGLAND
the tour. DEFEATEDBy :treatise oq papaya growing the
growing sections of ,bulletin discusses briefly the history
.. this state which the northern growers -l EIV 1. T BLACEFOtD I II must operate. That means th.tl f and auto makers can turn out cars I botany and uses of the fruit
. will visit Include those about I that I two things must happen: (1) the and truck and tanks and airplanes and eontaliis M Illustrated section
take Istakpoga, Indiantown. Sanford I read recently during the farmer must raise good crops;'for the army and navy But after !on flower structure and sex vsrlsUons -
Orlando, Pompano,. Fort first yean of the Revolution! !.(11 there moat be a market for !the war where will their market One of .the mustrstiona
Lauderdale, Miami, Winter Garden George Washington' mother did the crops. If either of these factors be If totalitarianism Is triumphant droves I tree laden with big mature
Plant City, Tampa, Palmetto, not approve of her son's stand, b lacking, the house closes The announced: Intention ls that fruit eight month Tram setting
Bradenton and Sarasota. and often said: !down. Hitler will dictate to those nations In the field. Climate and soil
3' ,Several meetings between these "Why doesnt George stay home We will confine ourselves to the under his domination lust who will requirements are explained.
market factor in this discussion produce each thing Germany will The general culture of pspsyasS
growers and Florida growers have and tend to his own business Instead -
been arranged la order for the of running around and fightIng -II from now on. To have a market be the manufacturing center and S discussed under the headingsof
. I Visitors to obtain first hand knowledge against his king and country two things are necessary: (1) people Other countries will be permitted, propagation, planting fertilixauoa -
must want the farm product; to make only those thing mulching and Irrigating
of methods employed by I wU! try to show why the present UIa'1
I Florida farmer in raising vegetables international situation I t. "our (S) they must be able to buy Germany dot not' wish to thinning of fruit and picking:
according to the announcement business and why we should concern them. For the second of these and no country fa'aH of Europe, packing and shipping of frulU,
\, received, but County AgentC. ourselves with it we will consider two Industrie Asia, Africa, Australia and South with recommendations! for sash
H..Steffan! said Salt night hehad Let us take a* an"example .1 which employ Urge numbers of America will be allowed to sell major cultural point. On sectiondealing ,.
people textlIH..ntI automobile save *s Germany dictate with development of new
j M yet received no notice of young lady who Is "a stenographer
the tour' visit here and] DO request In a fertilizer or pecking house Each of these must have a market. Thus, after tre.'war, U the axis varieties and seed selection: offers -
!. for I meeting or co-operstlon of In order for her to keep her Job, During war time, textile can:T powers win, we will be without helpful suggestions to the
any aorta the fertilizer or packing house make gun cotton and uniforms' (Continued" Page Five) I (Continued on Page Three)


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Pa.. Two wmTPCTPAn T.F.AnEtt.FNTERPRISE Friday, February 14,

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1 ;10 that malnl&aiua- f such a low or more In advance."
r LOCAL JUNIOR fflCHAMP level would mean that land for I Chairmen for community booth
j 'quite a distance around the South are: Homestead, Ben]. W. Morris; J A Little Bird'
; CAGERS'Dade Farms area would be Florida City, town council Red-
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drained alsou. bind, Mr. and Mr*. Geo. Hanson;
I Pumps In the Goulds and Naranja Silver Palm Mn. W. K Haas; Na. Told UsI
I START TOURNEY!' drainage districts were kept ranja, Geo. Fitzpatrick; Princeton
going steadily, also, and the result Mrs. Mary Stadia), Goulds, Carl
is that South Allapattah and Llndgren South Allapattah Gar-
I i Tb Homestead Junior THAT Miami could make motoring In that city a lot easier oal
High the Goulds potato and "lorhato dent, W. J. Vicki Perrine, Jack
School basketball team, district J growing sections. have escaped the patience and nerves of tourists-and us country cousins too-.jf
r champion for two years and by lengthening the intervals) between traffic light changes, whit>|
seeded In tint place for the third I Peters.VASTlMKET as they are now serve to tie up rather than facilitate traffic that J!
j. : time, will play Its first game of damageRESEARCH Is reminiscent of 1929-28 boom time volume.
{. the 1841 tournament at Miami I I 4 j
S THAT the' distinction of being known a* the only
Edison Gym Wednesday at I p. (Continued From Page One) mere Mtaa
"'i i r m against St Patrick JuniorHJlh and its report will be nude to congress who has served as president ef a F. T. A. In Dade County was i
School The tournament will: (Continued From Page One) In the near future. One of about to be lost by the Homestead assocUUIona Imraedlale Mat
'y start Wednesday and lost through ing extension at Michigan .State the studies made by commission president until some em explained that the Goulds gentleman J
,,, Friday. I Ii Colkge. lawyers stated honored at a presentation of Redlaad put presidents really beaded .
congress had the
; I Mr. Llvlnston's visit to Homestead organization that preceded formation of a Redlnd P. T. A. {
The local team has won the last constitutional power to enact such an . . j 3 ,
'" seven garnet with ease. In those has been arranged by J. N. a law, after tracing a legal historyof '
f \ seven games, they have scored a 'I McBride, general agricultural pertinent precedent THAT the person who s'tole the pulpit Bible from the Nazarene
n l total of 203 points againit their agent of the Seaboard Air Line The Florida citrus commission Church Tuesday night of last week should' remember that bar' J'
I, opponents' 78. Railway, who has also arranged through its rowed books should not be kept out more than two weeks.
Washington office, Is . . '
t, I Boys who will play In the tournsment .I I for Mr. Livingston to lecture be. watching development closely and ,'
,I are: Billy Forte, Arnold has devoted years of study to the has filed a brief urging the interstate THAT the Widows' Club In Miami where ladies made single by I
t' Mcllwaln, Felix Bullard, Bobby i Industrial use of agricultural raw commerce commission to rec- and or grass meet and dance with sympathetic members of theopposite ,
Dellinger and Flernoy Lott, who'!materlals. After graduating from ommend to congress that regulatory sex has furnished a* least one bride to this district a4la \
\" . were on the team tail year, and I(I the engineering school of Washington measures be passed now attracting aa eligible local lawyer to Ita Wednesday soirees! ;
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,,
,. Horance Cooding, Sam Biondo,i State University, he was for In its report the citrus commission 'I'
I, Lanfer Whitehead, Harry Bishop,j some time in charge of land clear. pointed to the disparity In THAT some day appreciative growers may erect a monument to j
Ing project with the of' whose courage-and persistence in the face of ]
Robert Sullivan and Harry Hall. University truck shipments to the area north the man cussing and
t' Wisconsin and later served afore s of the Kentucky-Tennessee state dynamite resulted In he water' control system that twice thlsj
i groups of students, farmers line compared with those reaching season has saved the crops of the entire East Glade from damage .
i 5,000 ACRES and business men .at a number of when plantings elsewhere have been drowned out.
Virginia
other Important centers. in the of Columbia.Maryland This and latter the District area . . ..i 1'

I Southeast, for the purpose of developing has a population of less than S, I
"
(Continued From Page One) closer relations between,
'I 000,000, the citrus board pointed I Ing Into the mldwestern
;: tllizer this belief.manufacturer concurred liri Industry and agriculture, and for i,lOut, but during the 1939-40 shipping I now practically blocked.In : j
demonstrating the possibilities 1 In'
,. brief the trucking
season received 1,338800 its I
\ "We have had so much wet farm material pointed"I
crops as raw
weather this boxes of Florida citrus by truck. I tlon pointed out that ;
season said Mr. Rue for the factories of the
\; that the plants have become used I It Livingston wilt be aoul'Cf"l I With more than 20,000,000 people I fense efforts might be
to the area north of Kentucky and I hampered unless the truck
excessive moisture and have Homestead R. A.
i by Carlton f
o
Tennessee received only 245,600 I II lotions were' changed. It I
: I ,
developed
resistance
a to it that West Palm Beach, agricultural)
z $ boxes during the same season, III,"
will make them fare much better agent for the Seaboard Railway. I I .
\ than U they had come through along 'was emphasized.
(' dry period and then had been I I I Some revision of Tennessee's
I subjected to the cloudburst we had FESTIVALContinued truck law also would be helpful, Phone 15 Free Delivery
., (
Saturday night I believe many I r the board said as that state'
: S growers who thought their maximum Is only 24,000 pounds.
plants
were all drowned after the rain I ( From: ;;: Page One) The average weight of the truck HOMESTEADGROCERY
will find that a lot of them will j take him where he can get the I I combination used In hauling citrus
C come back and yield future nickZ .I correct Information. Is 12,000 pounds unloaded, the
Z ings" I II 'I citrus commission advised the com-
This feature the'
: was proposed by ,merce board, which restricted the .
I... Gordon Dill, Florida City State I'! as its part In co-operating'i payload to 66 boxes of fruit Such
Market master, said the rain has I make the festival Impart vehicles should haul up to 300
brought sties almost to a standstill I lasting favorable impression witthose boxes, however. It I Ia not economically
because there are few tomatoes It seeks to
bring here al
practical haul
to such small
available, but poor quality! potential future settlers and investors amounts, nor Is it practical to .,
J tomatoes due to the long wet season Festival Manager E. "break the load" at the state line .
had resulted In lowered demand .1 Gallaher said yesterday. and make two or three trips, resuming Cash
and poor prices anyway But in order to Impress the vial- with a full load beyond Specials
the deluge had not made Immediate tor, there must be sufficient products j!Kentucky' northern border.
marketing conditions much of the communities represent The citrus commission t
attempt
t worse. I ed to make a creditable showing,; ROLL
i ed to have more favorable maxi BUTTER lb. 35c
Mr Steffanl) called attention tot Mr. Gallaher said, and he urges mum weights established by the!
't the fact that Pompano and the I I,that resident contact their community !Kentucky legislature at its last
t Lake Okeechobee tomato growing chairman to give products, session. It Is also believed the cit- SWIFTS TENDERPICNIC
I regions had been completely I I services or time toward making up'trus board would be In an excel
t. I drowned out by the storms of last the community exhibit. j I lent bargaining>ot with railroads HAMS, lb. 18c j
{ week-end "It Is not such a great task for i ia for reduced rates If the truck situation -
"The resulting shortage from the I'I community to have a were cleared up. I
drownout in those areas and the tive booth," he aald,_ftpresenta.1 The American Trucking Associations LARD lb. :fOe J
.t damage here means that there willI I means that a with headquarters here, also ,
be better prices for growers whose minded growers In each community are taking an active part in this
crops haw survived; the county: I!lIft| together tome evening In the I proceeding While the citrus commission BLISS
t agent said "and out best harvests,Chamber of Commerce building, could speak only for the COFFEE lb. j
f ar hi March and April." I I learn the location of their booth citrus Industry In its brief, any Te- :Ic '
James Sottlle, president of South'i pace and plan and design the arrangement I lief which Is obtained would be
t Dade Farms Inc. said last night of the booth. The equally beneficial to all agricultural BALLOON
:. that the pumps of that company's amount of labor in setting up a product.from Florida mov-
water control system had been booth Is negligible. The advantages Soap Flakes 5 lb. box 29cROYAL J
;. kept going night and day to maintain over previous years, when ,
a water table of four feet below the festival was held in tents Is
sea level to insure quick and,100 per cent for now the exhibition IFITS I
complete drainage as fast ai the :spaces may be prepared., fweeaEtTTER HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA'
qt. IOe'r'b bSYRUP
I rain ten J I ,
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It was pointed out by other READ TilE ADS I

BE QUICK ROOFINGWORK ''Y2 gal. 35c 1k

Unusual Home Bargain
we are listing now will sell NATIONAL > MINUTE

character, , Oats or Grits, pkg. 8c i

f cation in character, for ,

; which looking.: modern The homeseekersiare price and Scott Towels, roll] f c l

terms are such that wo
KNOW they'll sell soon.
Ma 6A BLUE PLATE
EDWARD STILING
you want done, let
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.. I 1"..., February; 14-_, 1941 ,THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISET Page Three

Presbyterian Church ), White "Your wife< used to be to Green" She is. The doctor told

DADE MATTRESS i To Hate Art Sunday PONCE HI TO PLAY cured.nervous." Now ''ahe.nII quite I age her "nervousness-The Sohloan.wit A sign of old . I

SET-UP SLATED IF Four art Sundays for lover tlf I GROWERS\ IN GYM Ii
the beautiful art announced by I It
t the Rev George H. Ricks, pastor of I
HERE
INTEREST FOUND !I the Homestead Presbyterian TONIGHT:
I Church who will use as his theme
!I for the 11 o'clock service on these I Ponce de Leon High School'i
It enough rural; families are In days 'Message from 'the life oj basketball team will come to I A SMALL
terested anl eligible, the cotton Christ at portrayed In the great Homestead tonight to face the w :
I masterpieces of art" Graven of Homestead High for
mattress program which hat been
Next Sunday's sermon the third time this Mason Monday I L'I
In operation In other Florida coun- 'I HOME
Hoffmann's
based on right the Growers will go tc:
1 ties, will be aet- p In this county I the Temple', Picture for the Miami Beach to play St. Patrlck'i
This program Is under the super of the aeries are "Freezing" the ball during the
vision of the county extension,"Christ and the Rich Young Ruler j last minute and 20 seconds of play I
and "Christ in Gethsemane" and when they were ahead two points,
aent.-C H. Steffanl county agri-
daVinci' "The Last Supper." 21-26, after coring 11 points In the I
cultural agent and Miss Eunice Th"music will be under the direction lilt quarter, won for Homestead fr ti
Grady, county home demonstration of Dr. Carl F. Robinson High School a hard-fought victory'
gent The cotton and ticking are' who hal selected masterpiece Of over Delray Beach High School)
secured from the Surplus MarketIng -
music for the series. In Delrty Wednesday night
Administration Mrs. T L. Hodges will ting at From the end of the tint period,
comfortable This assistance mattresses In securing and comforters new. this week's service. when the score was tied Homestead i Even families with incomes under $2,000 are
On display for the first time will was behind until the last,
Is offered to rural families Bible, able build homes these days. And not just
be a beautiful new pulpit ,minute, Matt Ballaro made the, to
f -berth white and colored-whose a recent gift from the Hyde Park :winning goal for the local team. '
, family Income for 140 did not exceed Presbyterian Church of Tampa. Sullivan and Delllnger, between "small" homes. You can build a modern home i
V f 500, with an-extra $SO allowance -
.hem made 22 polnta.Delny -and for it out of income on the
i' for each person In excess pay your ,
has won the past 15 out
t of four members In a family. The PAPAYASf of 18 game it baa played. FHA,Plan. e
I cotton and ticking for the mattresses I The Growers coasted through the i ,
and cotton and percale for :
f from Page One) bat half of the game Friday evening '
i the comforters, will be ordered upon I grower for Improving and retaining against Jefferson High School The down payment is usually covered by the
(' approval of applications- and hit best strain of papaya of Tampa to win by a score of j
balance
the
comforters lot. And just
and building
these mattresses Major diseases and Insect peat of 3S-29. you pay

; will the be made supervision by the applicants of the county under the papaya as found In Florida are I like rent. But come in and we'll give you the
recommendations
" I.described and Former Priest to Talk
\ home demonstration agent Location control of these fit home-
are'offered for the story in figures. Figures to your
At Church Here
of the mattress work center 'pests. Baptist
and other details of the work, will of this bulletin can be and budget.No .
Copies your
Dr. Joseph F Plainfield, a former
be given later. I from the
I obtained, free of charge
Catholic priest of Italian extraction
Interested and eligible
each
What office of Charles H" Steffanl, coun- will at the 11 all Even i
family should do now is to apply ty agent or by writing to the preach '' obligation at on your part.

,', for material this mattress and blanks comforter and' Florida Agricultural Experiment a. m. services of Homestead of the First Sunday.Baptist'Church All:i though you're not ready to build, the FHA
I Application
I
Florida.
further Information may filled be ob-out Station Dr, Wolfe, Gainesville la now, head of the the Rumanian evening will service speak.Dr L. Bivo, a j I'I'I s Plan is something you should know about.. s
tained, and applications department of horticulture, college -I
at the office of the county agent In I of agriculture, at the University Both these'speakera are wonderful We'll be glad to explain HI 1
servants of God, with wonderful -I
the Community
Homestead at
or of Florida. Mr. Lynch If still I
will experiences, said! Dr J. E.
Perrlne Applications I
House In
horticulturist at the Sub- '
". be taken tn Perrine only on Mon. assistant Johnstone, pastor of the church, :
days, between the hours of 9:30 tropical Station. \"and it will be worth while to hear,
SACKED CONCERT : i W. D. HORNE CO.
TO GIVE
and S:SO p. m. Either the husband I them. We shall provide extra seat
The Homestead Methodist i to that all who come may be accommodated -
make the
wife In family
I or application a The applicatiorts may must Church Choir win present sacred! but the earlier i i FRANK L. SKILL, Owner
concert soon to raise funds for a arrival the better the seats oft
be In before March 15.. new musical Instrument for the ,, Hardware Lumber and Building Materials\ :
1 church. the church at the evening service'I. Homestead. It. Phone 607-J. 11oo
. Dr.Tyler Preach Singers from other churches will hour some time in March.A Ii

t In Homestead SundayDr. be Which Invited will to probably assist In bt the given concert in freewill. offering will betaken I.....,...,.............................................,.......,.........'I

Dr. R. Z. Tyler, Miami district

i ,up'prlntendenof the his third Methodist official I .eo...cocao.ooosoooooeoooso................................
Church, will make .
1 visit to the Homestead Methodist -


morning guest preacher Church he will, Sunday.and fill the In the pulpit In afternoon the as-!I I"JV 've put one over on the yardsticks I

he will conduct a ,business\

session Dr reb: church said to conference be one of! : Here are FOUR NEW ADDITIONS to the :

the strongest. preachers of Florida
:
Methodism. Before becoming district I : BUICK SPICIAL Line that Compact .. :
superintendent, he was pastor O Motorcar Signets Into Handy SIze jt
: of Trinity Church In Miami,i .
the second largest Methodist congregation ---:
In the itate. : -

Both the pastor, the Rev. J. J '....
Richards, and members of the -..
church cordially Invite the public .
to'attend the morning service. .

ATTENDS FATHER'S FUNERALMr .# 31 ,,- ..
and Mrs. Cecil Robertsonleft .
yesterday to attend the funeralof .
Mr. Robertson's father, B. J.Robertton . .
t who died yesterday was when measured Buick SpEClAt4-door -
Addwell, you
morning at his home In
Ga. ; : Tits '* ability and standing fromThey are car with room for all Sedan, model 47, $1021.* :
j the yardstick distance
by the family,with all the little Buick :
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bumper to bumper luxury touches,with the unrivaled So you can't take their measure .
SEE US FOB
I. But not any more not since comfort of Buick' all-coil springing with a yardstick. .

TABLE AND FLOOR Buick made ready thee four new and steady-going readability. You've got to measure them by

LAMPS I. addition to its 1941 SPECIAL aerie But bumper to bumper they are what they do for'ou-in the easier :

that are built for big-car travel shorter-*o they fit your garage. handling the bigger thrill,the extra

SMITHGRAVESFURNITURE I : taste-and mall-car garage! Their wheelbase !Ii 118 inches, eo' convenience they add and by' S

price made lower by their new o
they park like a bicycle and flit
take the
They are care to measure
CO. of almost anything on tie road in through tr'afowith ridiculous eaa*. compactnet :

the lift and life of their HS-hp. They go farther on every gallon How about seeing them-now? .
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00 Buick FIREBALL engine* farther, even, than other Buick.

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THE.LEADER-& TERFRISE W :J= IDA tilGH1.16MTS:! ; 6h1 'Yi W' Lights and Shades I

- '..11..... TrMar" .t Ram.et..d. P\Io.. ,. r'Tflitltiy. By Robert Kyle
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Cntorri: M armed claw! Mil _."or V.t RP.FOII NW.M"dNMI '.A
Marrk U, lott..5 UK alH DREAMSIn
.MIM4, Plaids. o-11Io"art .' '
Mwrk S, UTS ,p tOG' the picture gallery of the New ,, '
( York public library a tweet little

ID AICIIEI. . ..P rmideet. and Editor, Jj-"WOD ; 11,161, woman, wrinkled and grey, du /!*

IIAa.rOlra LUCK ARCREROURPCRIPTION -.._ being Stuart's painting of George 4

.,. ... ,.,....- Washington Her face 1* lair aei "<
spiritual, and her .yei,-I wonder; -
what they icel i

I. Dods Cquar.--. ....-RATES........... ,1." Her black silk dress It tine: '.
o.wclo ad Dade COWty., ...--...- OL.y adorned save for an old-fashioned _-.
porcelain brooch. It to.a miniature .
of a youngster of five or six years*.+
The Bridge You'll of age The picture Ia In a Jet

Never CrossBy frame, which: to me mean that 'y
the youngster passed on many

Clenvllle Klelaer yean ago
I The two of us, the little woman "
It's what you think that makes the I L and myself, are alone In the room, i
I
world olY e I have wen her here many times

Seem dull or bright to you; before and I know that she, like
Your mind may color all things myself, comes here to dream *. '
gray have wen her fondle the miniatureon
Or make them radiant hue Ift her bosom and smile at Wash

Be dad today, be true and wise, I Ington..I almost believe that one ,
Seek gold amid the dross; he smiled it her ..
W"-.tc neither time nor thought In her dreams, I fancy the

about 1 I youngster lives and has grown to
The bridge J
I the statesman swaying the des-
Th( ret's useful work fo" you to do {tlnles of countries Tomorrow he

With hand and brain and heart, may be the warrior leading vUorloui >

Tlii.res urgent human service too+ IU/1L/A/7 R DUY/Z 2" 'd OYERNOROr armies. Yesterday he may
In which to take part.
your
have been a Stuart, painting noble
j
F/.OR/DR !l/HeW i/XTIIN OFA6E''
Yi9dec
Make
every opportunityA I canvases In her dreams he Is ,
gain and not a loss, 1 i UHfS OXO A 0 ay MS fffWt To 6Er.4 always the hero and she, the

The best la yours, so do not fear too n e .;we f/RE. hf', ll/ENr m IrIvr4Ar'f1YOE + mother can back in the glory of "

The bridge you'll never Cross C/ CllAN6E ..f4'SJJND AND !U/T1YWrAmN A 600DIYfil7f'4'4lUNEQE Ills fancied achievements to her

4KfAMAOJE' AVZVW NrhAlaf'fe AND 4GNGRE$3ZWV. 7IUfNiJ'phvc$1IATF2 heart's content.
If life seems drab and difficult I *
,
Our dream are our only really
Just face It with a will; HE Rt///RNED 1T'M IJ Q6/V/R #V4WE. OY/S l/M'TM.Ql/S YA.D personal possessions, and no mat

You do not have to work alone / P/CdIEO UP A LOG ENERED T YEHFAGED ISEAH Dl.K tp'.VlI IPOOf6N1114'BE I ter how close a loved one may be, .
Since God Is with you still /T OI'V 7l/E F frWhZe 'SA/D JV KF At fA/JIOY/JCAA N'T, YfQE/:TJVFt we can never share our dream

Press on with courage toward the\ completely with him. We may ;

goal, give him glimpse her and there,
With truth your shield emboss,i I but we can never show him the ;
Be strong, look up, and just ignore .. and .NWaawrNW.NW dream entire. ,a-
vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv .nnt and 1(11 now not even available
The bridge you'll never cross I Had the mother been spared her ':
{ in the British Museum. CURRENT "'
i[LIBRARY FACTS e . son he would not have been the ,

I I "The Giant Joshua by MaurlnelWhlpple man she created In her dreamt. '
II COMMENT
CausesI
Heart Trouble (I AND FANCIES is a Houghton Mifflin: He would have developed his own

Most Florida Deaths j I I By MIS. J. E. GAUZENS 'Literary pronounced Fellowship,in Novel three JoshuaU clearly I Py ,AGNEW,'W WMNINNINNI/NNNWa WELSH personality reflected while her her personality.We dream
Homicides are the third leading r TTTTTVTTYYTTTTVTTTTYTTTT enunciated syllablesJosh'oooh.The ,t.MMNNaNW.W.NNN, fashion our dreams after our .1 1u.
.. .
Wkar-i Mr W bkMtUMiiM a-
t, cause of death In the age It'OupI I 1: LIBEAKY HOURS I I'Monday title the author tells us, derives .. hliwC<>miMntttwr ,, whal.w own desires, and around what to ;
I' I' fc l. a..t or >C see.ft is Ideal Th maiden. who if.
III from 15 to 24 years In Florida according : Wednesday. Thursday, from the Joshua tree which with kk> ...._. Address emovi6ntbns *
to statistics Just released J 1 .' s-' p. m. !i Webster defines" a* "a branched .. A.... Walsh SiS M. L dream In the moonlight. some ,
.. \ for' 1939 by the bureau of vital Toeadar Friday 10 a. ....1 p. M, treelike yucca of the Southwest ......., MiamI "., Prince Charming can never find

statistics of the state board of I>!'Saturday, '-11 a. ILl t-l p. ... '.often 25 feet high with short A* of Feb. 1, Germany's public a man who' is half so brave half,
health. "This will undoubtedly J I 7-, p. m. I leaves and clustered: ..reenl.hwhite debt was thirty-one billion dollars so noble or so fair as the creation
come a* a surprise to many peo-!< flowers" o born In her dreams, for ,she hal J 1
pie", said Dr. Edward M. LEngle, I: Jan Valtin Is not the real name'I I When Congressman Coffee made him perfect j

,director of the bureau In reUwsing I'of the author of "Out of the "The Artists Handbook of Ma- (Dem, Nebraska' ) Introduced the We may dream of love and romance -
In recent )' I or adventure and conquest,
the 'terlalf
statistic I Night. a interview he and Techniques": by Ralph first sugar bill In the present con
The state board of1 health dr.w,1,told how and why he created this 'Mayer Is now in your local li gnu it created tome stir The and always It la the same,-perfection ;1-
attention ::name. I brary. There are twelve chapters Before we can love we must \
to the death rat from cream of the matter was a reduc-
dlptherla In the one to four-year-: It was during his detention in a under the headings: Introductorynotes tion In Cuba' quota. first dream of love, before we can .
old group This Is the fourth leadIng concentration camp when he Invented pigments, oil painting tempera -, achieve we must first dream of (t

cause of death in this I[ games to keep mentally oc- painting, grounds for oil and The newest promised innova- achievement.
: : The I Ii tempera, water color mural Once a youth dreamed of ships' ,ft.
"Proper Immunization with cupled. thought occurred to pastel tion I II the sky-car: -four wheels
theria diP-j him that he would need painting mlacellaneous material that sailed beyond the line of sky '
toxoid at the intervals i one day and wings, two seats and a steering !
and He his dream to
: rected by the physician a different name when he was chemistry conservation of picturesand wheeL One drive it sea. gave
can or fly it,
I\ prevent death from dlptherla. 'again free. It must be an International miscellaneous notes There are and it will cost about $2,000 or the world and America was found.
The difficulty seems to be that name. One that might fit I Ml pages which should be sufficient -I about as much as a couple of fair Another youth, sat tiresomely In ::1
many parents will not permit this," into the telephone directory of any to contain much Informationfor I,to mlddlin auto church. He saw a swinging candelabra -
say state board of health officials country without labeling him with the art students.Children or. i and he dreamed. He \

Heart diseases were the leading a particular nationality.He On tall recent retirement as a I gave to us our pendulum clock :

cause of death for the final three said he gave many hour of in CourtBy member of the Palm Beach city A maiden dreamed In her garden .
group 25 to 44, 45 to 14 and 85 thought to this problem. Finallyhe council, William Frembd was made: and fancied voices poke to
years and over.Automobile | reached the conclusion that ledge Malcolm HatfleU member emeritus for life in her. Even though she lost her
con:
accidents were the !Valentine was an International WNNWMaWI slderatlon of his long and useful, life, she gave victory to those who :J
first cause of death for the fIve J name with slight variations I TWO DISTINCT GROUPS OF membership of that body. It was followed her.
to fourteen year age group and',I His book. "Out of the Night" to ADULT CRIMINALS a fin gesture.How Give the dreamer his hour and
second leading cause In the 15 tot more than an ,autobiography because If criminals are catalogued according let him dream his dreams He '
I
24 year group, but dropped to'' It has a distinojiv! jjaarinion t to their ability to escape I some people fool them- may discover no new continents: '
third leading cause in the 25-441 j the development of the gofterttlon detection, it is evident that there selves. Christopher Morlejr makes as did Columbus; he may deviseno
year group between the other world war are two distinct groups preying on the heroine of "Kitty Foyle" : new Instruments, as did Call
say"I
. ., ,,' W.MTHE and this one.Richard .. . society today, namely those that read about the 'guts' of the pioneer leo; he may not change the destinies t
(have been apprehended and the I women. What of a people, as did Joan
MAIL about the
: BOX jl Wright, author of "Na far larger group that enjoys political of the covered typewriter women ? 1 I 'd' Arc: But In his dreams he Is a

tive Son. la working on a non- protection and has never see them In the subways and In1 I hero, living his one hour, perfect, !
eW.WaarW. mnmn'nn fiction book dealing with negro'!been convicted. supreme. And when his hour is
j
busses
putting a good fight In!
RECOMMENDS: : SPRAY life in America. Th up ||ended he will refreshed
a j type who la able to carry their I pretty clothes, keeping I their' plunge
Editor Leader-Enterprise: I ran his nefarious profession year in heebejeeble to themselves There'llsomething I into the cold reality of life to cope
*
The book by Wfrwlck Dee land with the
new year out without detectIon so courageous about It"'1 petty annoying problem
Fruit-bearing tree which last Ing, "The Man Who Went Back") {the moat difficult to apprehend. Piffle, pure and simple and more I of now bringing with him tome of
winter suffered bom Jack Frost; |II of an Englishman today who,'Thls conclusion if based Qn the simple than pure and nothing else the sweetness and Inspiration of
\ ,!Its when they were In bloom through an accident Is transported'theory that such persons are, frequently but. l his hour of dr.ams.
,,, i this winter producing a limited i through time to an earlier age exceptionally Intelligent a e a r

y old of choice fruit to the gratified ;I I when England was once before 'and cannot be easily caught red I Increasing demand. by the county I DAWN
surprise of many The new bloom fighting an invader 'handed In legal and political pn>- for office
promises an abundant harvest j i. :'I Itectlon I It I* often Impossible tosecure i I i county occupied:space in courthouse the joint city.I 111 l The With vanguards lances long of the and Day,

Clean-up spraying to eliminate I Those whoaqe; tmet a, conviction: regardless of seeking solution by the erection by Are light
itpportunilqj forging from the East.
Insect and fungus pests has torlcal novels Miv 8 j the farms of crime cnmmttted. The I j(the two bodies of a Jail on: city! n And
back the-Night!
pushing
begun Many grave owners are to view the American revolution I i example act by this protected group ,owned property In rear of the old r
using Oif new copper solution instead from two very unusual tingles lit lot criminal: encourages thousands Miami city hnll. This would release v
of Bordeaux Alarmists I I Kenneth Robert's new novel "Oli of young men and women throughout -I ten floors of the courthouse and A parting thought: If your mind
are shaking their heads, but there ver Wlswrll" It I I. seen through i the nation to enter the field i i cost but an estimated fSO.OOO as Is properly furbished, the chance
.. j* no reason for fear of poison as !the eye of Oliver Wiswet an of crime w a career. compared with a million for a new ire that your home will be also:
the rains will fully wash the fruit,America Tory and loyal supporter I I city hall. Ike says "Sound' -- -- -
from possible minute specks of(of King Geofte. Robert Graves' Said the German to the Swiss: mougTity sensible ter me" )much and do very little a e
the copper. This mixture I* avery "Sergeant Lamb' America" is told "How COllIe you have an admiral oW American: politicians and the American ,
weak one--* pound and a half/by a soldier in the English forces.I You have no coastline, no navy! are obliged to go far afieldto : press are too vocaL" What
to 100 gallons of water This latter novel is based upon the.'no empire. learn this truth about ourselves II that quotation from the bid Scotch,
Sage. I IIJolUaler actual experience of Sergeant JI)[ The Swiss replied: "Well you ;as told by Taiviri Efkar a Turk. poet. Bobby Bums "Oh, wad some "I
Lamb found by Grave in two ,!In Germany have a minister oft Ish newspaper which In speakingof power the giftie ale us to..* :J
n.Jomeateed. Feb." It. 1140. I 4 rare volume pulUshcd kn HOB'Justice, ooot your-Ere.: I Americans, says* They talk too 1'ourselves a* ithert see us"
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: not serious hare gary, Rumania Italy-yea and CoL Undberf and Sen."Wheeler. goods must be bought to fill the
if They an
very Japan, also. HOT who can think of
BLACKFORDContinued obtained to
order thus -anything
awful nuisance value to Hitler. Propaganda, be aid to
Japaa now ave aa a satellite tt !ray get the South American countries
The next totalitarian danger we Germany? And Japan wUa be) but, fall into twoXgrVupa: deliberateWalton In the habit cf buying from Germany
( from Page One) consider la Huula. The danger the lower jaw Of the pincers in and ferae anlaled by themor including threats of what
from Russia 1* not a military danger which Hitler hopes to rascal am) Mola Their aim
conquer
if not Is beaten
any markets even we are will happen when England
I* to get us to\Hfflrm which now
the ftt the textile but a propaganda danger. Her America. with
attacked. So jobs If orders are not placed
game la to wait until the other ,.mean to get us from passing the
workers are gone, and consequently The United States has never before German
lease-lend-ald-to-Brltaln bilL To
they are not able to buy nations have worn themselves out been afraid of any one nation, The President hat spoken of the
determine your own position on
In their and then to come In
war
and the stenographer so when the pacifist have said
cur farm products with which America be
I this question, ask yourself this: ease can
:and take the spoil from both sides.It
"Of whom afraid Who
In the fertilizer or packinghouse are you reached from Nor-
by airplane
Hitler -
Would rather fight
lose her Job when there i was the fear of Russia, to my do you expect to attack u.!" we you to Iceland to Greenland to
alone or with British help It with way
mind, that led to Murlch. Englandand
.. it no longer any need lor her ser could only keep quiet. What was Newfoundland to Boston, New
British help, why not help England
France did not want to have
whispered was that we feared onlya
vice
with everything York and the entire eastern seaboard
Russia a* an ally and hoped to
But, you ask, li there this dan, coalition of nlUon.-.uch aa has : or from Dakar, Africa, to
avoid It by avoiding the war. But The second wing of the propaganda
now been formed: Germany, and
ker, and would our market be cut Brazil to Colombia to Panama and
Off axis Victory the war came, and now Russia Is her satellite* Italy and Japan. front is that which la directed Miami.It
by an
always In the background. towards South America and
Let IK examine individually the While Genghis Kahn has been "But" you say "how could they I* deluging the countries of that would not be necessary to
nature and] alma of the three attack u.1"JUIfln transport armed forces by ships
dead many centuries, his conquests continent with radio program, literature
countries from which our danger have been the Inspiration for Russia the future by tnt pastI and every other means if South America can be a little
arise First, Japan: which wishes Stalin to be like think we may predict that the possible to turn their peoples more persuaded. Revolutions
Japan la governed by a philosophy Genghis Kahn-able to call himself attack will come along five differ- against us. fostered by Germany have failed
known a* "KOOO", which "emperor of all men". ent roads: propaganda, fifth columnists : Fifth columnist are obtained I only by a little In the past When
means "Loyalty to the emperor'l Coming to the conquest of Hit economic onslaught. air through pressure of will they succeed With a bane
way". It la not a loyalty to the ler, simply to call the roll makesus planes and submarine, armed kinfolk in the old thre.tenln'l obtained In South America or New-
emperor aa a personality but al shiver: Austria, Czeeh -SlovakI' force by land. i The economic attack I* carried foundland, what next*
"the divine son of heaven". An Poland, Norway. Denmark,Holland -I I The first of these attacks has already out by underselling. country Therefore the lend-least bill
official are responsible him, Belgium, Luxembourg, begun We do not hear It so In South America even though at I should be pasted to keep Britain
which miens the small clique that France; then by diplomacy, Hun-I'strongly save from such men as tremendous loss and even if U. S. fighting while we arm.
surrounds him-a sort of extreme
"courthouse gang" that can not ;:!1I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111! !! lllllllllllllltilllllIlllllllIIIIIliiliillliilil1llltiffii/ ( !{ { !! llliilIIIiIIIfIIIIIiiIIIllAllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIlflll{ { { {{{ l_
possibly have the cry: of "Turn '
the rascala out!" raised against S
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them.
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How does it work out

In 1921 Japin'a premier stated
. in his memorandum to the emperor

I must.'"In first order conquer to conqXer Manchuria China and we I LET US PRINTYOUR i ilEI

Mongolia. In order to conquer the ,
world we must first conquerChina. .
I . . Such Is the plan that ; '
, has been bequeathed us by he "', ,: -
:Emperor Metje . , Having the ";
t' mounts of China at our coMmand -

. we should proceed to conQuer -
. India, the South Seas Asia
:Minor, Central Asia, and,'finally. 'I
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Europe.:

And la October, 1)34,'General
i Honda, Japanese commander In
l Manchuria wrote to the minister =
of war "Before we go forward
against America OUl'-tro:!' 'jmisl
C taKe u0 a decisive position In
China . . occupy -the far-east PICKER'S 1
! ern Wrrtterles bf the Soviet Union "Tl'CKETSI

eutlflYft.and* secure" these countries 'for Ii.

C $ix weeks after this pronounce-I
Ment ef General Hondo, the con
quest of Manchuria was begun.
After It was completed, the "China = =
incident" began. Today, having 1
met more severe opposition than
she expected, Japan la trying to
withdraw her troops from the interior I I
f of China and la trying to
get Slam to do her fighting for -
. her. The next step seems to be,
f now that she has practically an.
r nexed Indio-China, to attack Singapore i BOARD STOCK THAT II
I then the Dutch East Indies <
t and the Philippines.As .
f Kaltenborn told us the other
night, If England, the Dutch East WEARS LIKE IRON : ;
; i ij
.J Indies and Uncle Sam combine, I
Japan can be stopped now. Later X.
It will be found much more diffi-


, cult.Hong Kong can hold out long
enough for our fleet to get to the I

Philippines, and with Singaporeas ,
a baa and Batavia and Setna
rang we will be In a YII'1roaI .
,position :PRICES REASONABLE' 'ii.
The Philippines-today are our i _
fourth beet customer. Does anyone
think that If Japan annexe then '
and Chitt we- will bate any trade . "I
there China la fighting Japan for
,
her ott-grescrvatioa is really our .
ally today. . '
Many people are Inclined to
think of Italy aa a pushover because '
of what* happening in Albania

'_ .1a be,kite Libya tad that her and empire Italy Ethiopia la in being Africa It seems defeated ..1 1,__ LEADR-ENTERP1R1ISE.! : .. .. .1.1I


slipping from her grasp;It appean;
also, Out, the Italia people have ': -
little heart I" this war, and that . :
Gemasr/ apt to double-area*. : .,PRINT: SHOP i". :, : .I"

Mussolini and annex Italy. I personally : ........ . .
believe that if Hitler trim ,
.
Italy will be annexed by Germany "
But, we must remember that
while Italy has only 4l.004.00 n
population that number of people
and Italy's stores and munitions, I ;

organized tremendous by weapon Germany bt, cart Hitler be a 14 lit. W. 3RD ST. ., .: HOMESTEAD |

bind. If Hitler wins, the Julia ,"" ''
resources will be absorbed by Germany
and If the axis loses, the = Sp
Italian people will have an indemnity -
to pay in addition to their = 5iIllllllllliiHillIIIIlIIIIllllilIIIIllllIIlllllHH
war losses.

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we saw many
villages and men In eoWiS
I'i r i. Homestead Girl ScoutsBy ored shirts rowing in canoes gay Ws ,J

Homestead High-Lights: I, Mary Suber, Scribe also saw many species of birds a,
We arrived
at the beach after a ''
.I' two and a half hour drive. Then'Awe '
The council gave us torn books gathered many \arietlei otfe

f J. T. Godwin Elected My School AimsFor Miami Beach Debates 'I for book Chrlstmaa," "Skip -to"Girl My Scout Lou," Hand-"Sing found beautiful on the sheila East that Coast.cannot We :i

i To Federation OfficeThe our oncoming second semester II. II. S. in Assembly I,Together," "Day Hikes," and "Let's rived homeabout I p m, ,}. '
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a I am going to make three, and 100 4Paa I .
; representatives who attended Assembly: began with devotional 89 troops and 1,080
only three, resolutions. I think It Great EipecUtlons r
conducted by Wilbur in Dade county.
services Girl Scouts
the Dade County Federation
is much, better for a person to I
of Student Councils Monday and keep Cave The student body then tang This year our Jullete Low fund The four-year-old asked: "
make few really
only a "My Country Tit of Thee." The I instead ter, do you know what father did
were Kathleen Freeman, Wavi them, than to make a dozen and is to go to buying supplies ,
Horton, Frances Lamb J. T. Godwin keep five of them halfheartedly.The main part of the program was a Hof sending girls to Switzerland. today? '
debate held between Homestead I I "No, dear." she replied.
and Harry Martin. Mr. Blackburn to drill
It was too rainy so we
first I am going tQ'make,
one '
our student council sponsor and it is probably the most Important High and Miami ech High denting studied flowers and played a game "Well," said the youngster, *He
classes. Those from Homestead *
accompanied them. with a ,book of flowers. bought some pure-bred cattle and
of the three la to try: and
There was an election of officers were Clarice Dcdson, Warren now they'll give bread and nuUk.".
.
and Joe Coppege was elected president direct my: actions so that they help I Robinson, and Tommy Harris, the'I Dora Scott wsa hostess.TBIP -Ex.
J. T. Godwin to Improve my character. After affirmative side; from Miami
vice-president, 'I
and Eddie Dell, secretary-treas all, the kind of fellow a boy Is Beach were Marvin Goldman, Don! ;;NAPLESBy
urer. has a lot to do with his successor Simon, and Howard Sunshine, the Betty GaUla e Be sure that long ties are u!
failure when he goes out Into side. The chairman was good aa your brakes-eave them
Representatives from each school negative I There were six girls that were
cave a report on their activities the world on his own. For example, Hubert Smith. eligible to take a trip to a small tested at least IDOl each year
look at Abraham Lincoln. The reason
during the past month. The Federation The question that they debated'I beach near Naples on the West
he so far In life, was not
got DR. P. ARCHER
is still planning for the on was: "Resolved that United' Coast Those who went were Suzanne F.
because of the fact that he was
convention which Is to be held States should increase aid to GreatBritain. I Brown Bttty SUllman, Vara AND SON
smart or good-looking, for as you
March 28 in Miami. One representative ." The six Issues that the I Rheney, Barbara Home, Betty; Gat-
know, he was neither of these, but
from each school is requested affirmative side presented were ai lin, Margaret Barnes, also Mrs Consulting Optometrists ,
because he was honest, straightforward
to meet with Mr. Pierson and tried to do everythingto follows: The United States should Frank Skill, Mrs. Mural White, ISU W. fluster Sty Miami Fla.HERE'S .
Saturday morning at 10:30: at the give Increased aid to Great Britain and Mrs. Russell Home and her
So from
the best of his ability.
Central School to complete pl.n.for now on, I'm going to do my work because: (1) It will train our, son. Buddy Home. z,. !di..sa s&r,4DbeeO.eo G ns.l
the convention. The meeting mechanics: and test our new devices ' We left Mrs. Skill's home Sat.
and chores in a way that should .........
d The Ia.tkabschool
was then adjourned The student make people think of me as a In active combat. (2) the majority urday, Feb. 8, at 8:30 a. m. Wt for Optlel.w
of Homestead High School are very be. of the people are in favor motored across the Everglades
better than I used to
proud of J. T, Godwin and know person of aid to Great Britain, (3) It
that he is capable of carrying Secondly, I resolve to do my would be better to lose suppliesand
such an Office with credit to himself work, and I mean school work, so equipment rather than lose

and our school. good that 111 get a ninety-five Instead the lives of our men and boys; nEE HELP
Kathleen Freeman. of a ninety. So far this year, ((4) help Great Britain to defend
I've done Just as much schoolworkas democracy which has always been We will help you get funds

White Elephant Sale I had to, in order to get a ninety. our policy, (S) invasion of our for Home building or long delayed .
think myself! that if I tried hard Home Repairs We will
country la not impossible, and (8)
To Be Held SaturdayThe I enough, I could get a ninety-five.II sending aid to Great Britain is less .. furnish the Quality Lumber you
I do not, I know need for enduring structural
And whether or costly than United State having to .
band parents made $8300 for sure that I'm capable of doingit enter the war. work. We will help you get advantageous
from the white elephant sale last I if I want to So I.hope by the I --t labor estimates too,
Saturday, so they are planning on end of the semester, my rating as a The negative speakers were not if you desire. Ask us about the
to Great Britain but
having another this Saturday. It ,student will be much higher than against aid easy, long-term F. H A Loan
will be held in the same place, and it is now. I hey were against increased aid plan Building costs are bound
fine debates and FINANCING
the band hopes that it will be as I Third, I resolve to read moire They Homestead gave was very glad to have them __ to go higher. Inquire, and save,
great a success as the last one. books than I have been. I am I now!
The band and glee club are now'ashamed myself for letting my ss their guest speakers.A
working on the numbers for the pep session also was held durIng -;
reading time drop down so muchas
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music festival Miami. The band it has, So for my: own good, as assembly.The ,
Is learning two overtures, "Deter assembly was dismissed after
well as my companions, I am goIng -. Lumber, Hardware, Sash, Doors, Tools
mination", and "Gypsy Festival" to read at least four books a the singing of the "Star-
\ 1 They... also working on marches. month. Spangled Banner." PHONE IS HOMESTEAD, FLA.Let's .

Frances Rutland. -Annabelle Peters.,


Seniors Are MeasuredFor The Problem of Warmthin

Caps and Gowns School, J I

Probably one of the biggest:

This week the seniors have been problems that Homestead High)

taking measurements for their caps I School has had for many a day 1'1
and gowns. It has been decided that of how to keep warm 'on '
that the caps and gowns will be these chilly mornings .' All Get Behind

the same color for both boys and It's been rumored about that they
girls.( The caps and gowns will be boys and gentlemen teachers wear 1

made of white poplin with green their long flannel pajamas, but
and white tassels on the cap. The there seems to be no solution for This Slogan
girls will have the choice of keepIng the damsels, whatsoever.Few :
the collar or the tassel., while
the boy may keep the tassel if people realize just how
they wish. cold the school really is until they
come over to find out. It would
The caps and gowns are going to be a pleasure to go to school ill"

be ordered from the Collegiate Cap you knew that there would be a "Send Redland District Fruit in
and Gown Company of Gainesville nice steam heating system and

Florida. you wouldn't have to sit all day

-Elbert Dolar. and chatter like a monkey. Gift Boxes. It, carries
On one of the chilliest days this I your

TENNIS MATCH CALLED OFF season several of the Juniors and I .'
seniors decided: to have a party by
The tennis match between Fqrt the fireplace on school time. They'I better--arrives in better -

Lauderdale and Homestead girls took the day off bit,,the jc.41 iao '
was called off. There will be took the' consequent** \hit time i ,
swinging of rackets between Miami '. condition"Let's
that
later. Of course, we all know I .
Beach and Homestead the last wasn't the proper thing do .
of next week. (take the day off we ant but I

Try: outs for girls' basketball play you can't really blame them
day begins Wednesday after cause freezing isn't fun. be-I
school. There will be two play We wish that some Jolly good I
days this year Instead of one and fellow or fellows would take this
they will both take place in early I as a hint and install some new de- see that this fact "gets

March. vice to keep students' feet warm.
-Helen Norman. Melba Van Winkle 1 i ,. across" to the thousands whocome
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JUNIOR HIGH NEWS English work that I* to be displayed ; '
i to Miami this winter.
; at the Fruit Festival
The eighth grade speech classes Dolley Bamette.I
!t! are having round table discussions II I

.J. ( on various subjects. I know a man who hatnf spoken;
The art classes have been pre to his wife for weeks-he doesn't i
paring ,booklet covers for their want to Interrupt her ,
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I highway who has been on the list: guests of :Mr: end Mrs. William I -
'I.of Homestead Invalids for four Geronlmo. *> HOMESTEAD F. F. .

I:yean, Is slowly recovering her. By Norman Era**, RepartcjOn
In and health. Frank Snow and Slaughter, Mrs. ....... I
i [Emma Rice of N nth Branford.
a I I Mn. Zeke Martin of Homestead Conn, arrivedSaJurday for a February 7 some of the boys
d Is a medical patient the James short visit in FloTiaa City. of the Homestead Chapter Future
Homestead Archer Smith Hospital Farmers of America attended the
i Mrs. George Davis and Infant' State Fair at Tampa 1n connection
The Rev R. F. Blackford will daughter, Phyllis Ann, were with State F F. A. Day, On the
r attend conference at Holy Cross brought home Sunday from the way up, the party stopped at the
to ),fl'l. L. 1'. Draper of Boyklns, visiting Mn. Bowman'i Episcopal Church in Miami Friday.R. Kendall hospitalMr. Singling art museum at Sarasota.
y t W Va., and.-on. Joe, are visitingMr. law and daughter, Mr. On Saturday team was entered
and Mn Geo. N. Wakefield.Mrs. T. E. Kirby.Mrs. E Edwards Is back on the Job and Mn. Ralph Desmondwere In the beef cattle and fruits and]
Draper, a slster-ln-law of as city clerk after a week's absence Tuesday guests. of Wilbur I vegetables judging conUjU. In the
Mn. Wakefield, U visiting relatives H. G. Bradley and due to influenza. Bradley and Miss Mary Bradley In afternoon L D. PIttman, pre lII_
s In Miami aba ter, Mrs. Donaldson Brown Homestead. dent of the State Association of
I of Indianapolis, who are Mrs. Charles Weekley of Bauer Future Farmers of America, presided
Mr. F. J. Bylngton of Chicago several weeks at Miami drive and Redland road who was Mn. Walter Schutt, Mn. Tolle- over the state meeting and
will arrive today to spend sometime were guests of Mn. W. ill last week Is now able to be up. tine, Mn. L. Darin and daughter, Introduced the speakers o( the dan
with her sister, Mn. Chai. over the weekend.Mr. Virginia and Miss T. Darin spent Colin English, state superintendent
r Camp, In Redland. Mn. Virgil sprinkle was returned the week-end In Key West of public Instruction; Cart D
E and },II'I. U. D. Klnl''I. from the James Archer Brorein, president of the Florida
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Holferty of Goulds are spending this Smith Hospital Sunday to her Mrs. Rudolph Mattson Is recovering State Chamber of Commerce, and
I i Goulds will haw ai a week-end visiting relatives In home on Coconut Palm drive. from an attack of the flu. D. M. Clement, regional advisor
i guest, Mn. Holferty's brother, Future Farmers of America.
John BOOM of Vero Beach. Mrs. J. D. Redd who hat Ruth uyrum, daughter of Mr. Robert aourqum and Frank The group left Tampa on Sun.
i ill with Influenza for the and Mn. J. R. Byrum, spent the Clemmona left Monday for Jamestown day returning by way of Bok
Capt. and Mn. A. L. Hutchinson Tower at Lake
\ weeks was taken to the week-end with her uncle and N D. Wales and the east
and daughter. Margo, have Archer Smith aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. coast
II Hospital : Leroy Williams I
II II returned to MacDill Field, in Miami.FLORIDA. Mn. R.; W. Mulllns attended The boys attending the fair
Where Capt. Hutchinson 1 it sta- Little were: Charles Robertson
Mr. and Mn. Adrian River Chapter of the Eastern Louis
Uoned. Mn.Hutchinson and Mar-
, tertained at their home Star Monday evening. Biondo, Steve Biondo, Richard
Hut-
I go have been visiting Mn. CITY Biggers Ben Shuler, AUan Ha.t.togs
Mn. Manson Reichert of
cblnaon'f brother-in-law and sister !
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By Mrs. W. W. Mrs Selma Norman Ernst, and our advisor
, Mr. and Mn. J. A. Pollard' ville, Ind., Mn. Juan Koop SeveryMr. Mattson of Cape
while Capt. Hutchinson was In vana and Mrs John -..........-....-..,-- Sable Is spending the week with Mr. George N. Wakefield.
Coral Gables.J. relatives here .
Baltimore. I' and Mn. M. T. Staling of
arrived last week for a
Announcements have been re- L. Ballard was taken I with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burt Miller of Bridgeport, Conn, Turner's Funeral Rome
ceived here of the birth of a home Tuesday from the was a Sunday guest of Mn. H. F. I IU.IIB
daughter to Mr. and Mri. Eddie Archer Smith Hospital Potter. r' AMBULANCE: SERVICE >,
McCahlll of Portimtth Va. Mn. I underwent an operation last Mrs. L. H. Rothenburg of Cos Lady Attendant
McCahill li the former Miss Eliza- Conn., and Mrs. Cleon A. Kenneth Niell returned Saturday Phone 564-R Homestead, Fla.
beth Roberta, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Hollister Sage of of Riverside, Conn., are from the Kendall hospital.
Mri. Dan Robert -- --

Mr. and Mn. Harry Beatty pent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Mn. Beatty'i parents, Mr. and
Mn. F. O. Bullard, In Homestead.
Mr Beatty If employed at Camp
I Blanding. THE NEW SPECIAL HANDY-SIZE


I Mist Grace Butterfield, is sufferIng -
from a broken shoulder aa tho 118-INCH WHEELBASE
result of a fall a week ago.

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Mr. and Mn. i. Tom Vann had
a. guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. "
Rube Vann of-Pahokee and Mr. .
and Mn. J. H. Huau and Mr. and BUICK
Mn. J. H. Adams and. son, Joe,
Jr., all of Miami.

Mn. Selma Reltz returned to
her home here Tuesday night after
spending two weeks visiting 4-DOOR 6-PASSENGER SEDAN
Mrs. Fannie McDavid in Plant ,
City.


Mri. C. T, Bowman and grandson DELIVERED HOMESTEAD,
Joe Batta, left Tuesday for $1165
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I I I . Social Events in South Dade . . I





':' TWO SHOWERS ARE GIVEN NOMINATING BUILDING AND BRIDGE I
REDLAND P. T. A. VOTES TO SPONSOR ,
I FOR MISS EMILY PALNE/ COMMITTEES: ARE APPOINTED BY CLUB "' !
FRUIT FESTIVAL QUEEN CONTEST" Mid Emily Payne whose marriage -

to W A. Kopp will take place ;
Feb. 27 was honored last night A nominating committee, a comImlttH rising Vote of thank for her work
Redland P. T. A. voted at It* Mother' Congress, she said. Mrs I
i i:Smith was Introduced by PrincipalCarl with a supper given by Kn. Hamilton to confer with a commute!' In making the federation meetingher
meeting Wednesday evening to1 Woman' Club W a success.Present .
,, Wagner. Hayes at her home In Miami from the Junior
sponsor a contest for Queen of the| and later with a linen shower acquire land tot building a clubhouse -:I at the meeetlng were:
Redland District fruit Festival!I I W. O. Talbott was Introduced by liven by Mn. Austin Yount In and 1 committee to plan a Mrs. R. J. Elliott, Mrs. O. W. Calk*
Mrs. Heinlein the
i II first ml-
Ins Mn. H. B. Beattl. Mrs. Joel
llamL series of bridge parties were ap- ,
who be crowned T.:dent of the Redland P. T. A. Mrs.
will
on Mar pointed by Mrs. H. !t. Foulk, presto J. Robinson, Mn Emmett Crow-
The contest will begin next week!J. L Fletcher, Mrs. D. E. Bashor dent of the Woman' (club of son, Dr. Irene Shanklln, Mn. R. R.Kinard. .
It WM decided and It will be Open !./ nd Mrs Ida Elchenoerger, other The CalendarFeb. Homestead at a business meeting Mn. P. J. Franklin, Mn. r
to all young women of the district.I past presidents, .were introduced 1"- held Tuesday In the clubhouse. Orin Smith. Mn H. Ruegg, Mrs. I
Application ay be made to Mrs,. and presented with corsages. Mr. On the nominating committee McCready, Mrs. Hammett, Mrs.
Herman Heinlein, president of the Talbott. was given a bouttonniere 14-Meeting of Princeton I were placed: Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Anderson Mn. Jacobs Mn. Bird,
RedUnd P. T. A, to W W. Allan Clarence Gray. Mrs. Bashor and Home Demonstration Club at Mn. R. J. Elliott, Mrs. Adrian Mn. Foulk and Miss Whitaker.
who will direct the contest or to Mrs Lawrence Pope were appointed home of Mrs. John Julian In Nar Jacobs, Mrs. O. W. Calkins and
Mrs. Hugo Vlhlen. to serve at a nominating anja.' Mn. W. R. Anderson. Officers YOUNG PEOPLE'S LEAGUE
The association decided also to committee. Officers will be elected Feb 15-White elephant tale will be elected in March and installed 'HAS BUNCO PARTY I
sponsor I lucky number contest. in March.A sponsored by Homestead BandParents' in April. The Young People' Service
Prizes in both contests will be group of girl from the dramatics Association In Leaner Mrs. Foulk appointed the com I League of St. John'i Episcopal i
warded On March 7.MM I class under the direction of ,building. mittee to confer with the junior Church enjoyed: a bunco pal't7.t I
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Grace McLellan Smith, t Miss Helen Daniel presented a Feb. 17-Meeting of Homesteadart executive board after Mrs. James I the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. I
sister of Mra. Theodore Weld BIr- play, "The Start of a P. T. A." : class in Chamber of Commerce L. Bird, president of the Juniors, Brown Wednesday evening
ney, originator of what i* now the Jeannette Cox and Bruce Wagner ,at 2 o'clock. Free lecture on composition Save a report on junior club work Barbara Miller and Wilson Austin I
National Congsess of Parent and I played cornet duet with piano by John Stefanko at 7:15.: and discussed plans for a new :, won the high score prizes and
Teachers, told of the founding of accompaniment by Mrs. Gray. I 7.15.Feb.. 17 Luncheon of building. Mr Jas. McCready was Ruth Rutland and Ernest Jenner f
the organization 44 years ago In I A large birthday cake decorated meeting 'I named chairman of the senior the low score prizes. I
Washington, D. C More than three with 44 candles was served with Homestead B. P. W. C. it Tapa- building committee whose other Ice cream and cake were served.

II hundred people attended the firitj I punch. wlngd Feb.Inn 17 at Meeting 12 o'clock.of South Dade 'members are Mrs.. Herman .n Hein___ Present. besides those named ,
I'
Garden Club at home of Mrs. H. leln Mr. J. T. Hammett, Mn. J. R. Were: Anne Rneney, Suzanne and
HOMESTEAD P. T. A. FELLOWSHIP CLASS HAS J. Brockett. Brooks and Mn. Perkins. I I Rebecca Brown, Betty Gatlin,
TO MEET WEDNESDAY VALENTINE PARTY Feb. 17-Dinner meeting of Mn. Anderson, Mrs. Elliott and I Doris Singleton, Pierce, Barbara I
A founder day program will be A valentine party for member Junior Woman' Club. : Mn. Perklc were put on the Jean Wakefield, Louise Harris -
given by the Homestead P. T. A. at Wesley Fellowship Class of the Feb. 18-Meeting of Outlook bridge committee. I Charles Martin, Joe Jenner, I
Wednesday afternoon at 1.16 Homestead Methodist Church was Circle of W. S. C. S. Mrs. Foulk reported a profit of Frank Hauaman, Bruce Scott Fe- \
o'clock. Refreshment will be given Tuesday by Mrs. L. C. Dodd, Feb. 18-Cleaners' Class meeting -',34.00 on the federation luncheon.' lir MulUrd and Burry Rice. I
.served.B. Willard Norman and Sparkman at the home of Mrs. W. W. Miss.Pearl WhiUker of the Junior BRITISH WAR ii'LIIJI' i
Holding In the recreation room In Allan. club in a report on the third WORKER MEET TODAY
P. W. C. TO PLAN the Sunday school buiUing Feb. 19-Meeting of HomesteadP. annual.Junior Woman' Club ca The Brltab..or Relief Society
FOR HOSTESS won Clean members drew names three T A. at 3 p. i*. baret stated that $20027 wascleared. meet, tblt.afternoon and every
a The Homestead B. P. W. C. Will week ago, and due that time I Feb. JO-Dixie Boys' Choir, The money, evenly divided Friday afternoon from:" o'clock
hold I luncheon meeting In Tap have been writing or sending! val- Episcopal Church benefit, In Red- between the two clubs will be until S in the clubhouse 'of the
wingo Inn Monday at 12 o'clock.A ntlne*. Tuesday evening they land School at 7:30: p. m. placed M their building funds. Woman's Club of Homealead. Material
schedule of hours for hostess sent valentines to them.: The secretary reported that
identify Feb. II-Meeting of Ail Astra *, yam and needle are furnished -
work at the RedUnd District Fruit :elves, and the correspondence was Chapter of O. E:. 9. state due lor 40 member. have those willing to _ort. "t ,
reitival will be made at this meetIng read. Feb. 24-Meeting of Jennie Lob- been paid. The publicII, Invited to attend. : I
\i Members who no not attend Miss Helen Moyt won a valentine dell Circle at home of Mn. B. M. Mrs Foulk wa presented with these meetings. I
are asked to notify: the president box of candy in a contest Hindman.Feb. r a gift In appreciation her work Additional mformetkm may be ,
before Monday. Present were: Mr. and Mrs.I .. 25-Guest day meeting of during the past year, as well a* a obtained from Mrs. C W. Mangus.
Lloyd Field tit. and Mrs. David Homestead Woman's Club in clubhouse '
JUS. HTVDMAN REVIEWS Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Dodd, at S o'clock. .
THE FAMILY FOE CLUB Misses Antoinette and Helen More. Feb. 17-Meeting of the Woman's
Nina Fedorova't prize novel, Miss Helen Field. Mia Mary Mc Auxiliary of Homestead Presbyterian -
"The Family" was reviewed by Neil, Miss Effie Booth. Roy Nel- Church.
Mrs. B. M. Hindman Wednesday son, Robert Cast, George EstelU Feb. 2<-Meeting of Redland Today IsVal.Entln
evening at the meeting of the Lily Donald Cross, Sparlunan Holding Home Demonstration Club.
Bow Book Club In the municipal and Wlllard Norman. Feb 28-Meeting of Homestead
labrtry. The story of the author An Club at home of MM. Frank I
life was given by Mrs. S. L. West GOOD WILL CLUB MEETS Webb. 's Day
Mrs.presided.J. E. Gauzeni, vice-president, AT J. TOM VANN HOME II circle Mar. Meeting of W. M. U.I .

Leila Warren's "Foundation Mr*. Wayne Adam and Mn Good Will
Mar. 11-Meeting-
Stones" it was decided, will be re- Virgil M. Grwinell Jr. wore h<*.. ,Luncheon Club with Mrs. Lyman I
\' viewed at the March meeting by en 'Tuead.e M the Hood-Will Williams.
Mrs. Helen Hackler, Mrs. Lawrence Luncheon Club of the Tint B.o- I
Ben Archer Mrs. W. tI.t Church be home
Becker Mrs. at of Mrs. RAW OR HONE CLUB
J. Krome, Mrs. R. J. Hester and Ad mV mother. prl"l. J. Tom Vann. HONORS MRS. PARMAN
Mrs. T. J. Bleler. Mrs. Gauzens will During the luncheon a prnvram honored i
Mr* C J. Parman was
give a short biography of the ..uO.r. was presented br Miss Ellen Vann.
at t luncheon and handkerchief
Mr Lyman William ..tulill article ' \
Mr,. Margaret Harrold was a entitled "The Dollar That shower given for members of the .,
guest of the club. Became a Tithe";; Mn Whitney Rain or Shin Club by Mrs. W. E.Rhenty .
Beam, aa article on "Covetous at her home Wednesday '
AUXILIARY PLANS EVENT I nets"; and Mia Vann, one on Cover were laid for Mrs. Frank -. :
FOR DIGIT mom BOYS "The Dollar That PaidAA! Skill. Mrs. J. W. While of Wash .
Plans for entertaining members TIle ant netting wUt.be l; ington, D. C Mr*. frank B. Rue, I 01..a t ...:r is.t)1 I
cf the Dixie Choir Boys who will I 11, with Mr*. WilUaJM.. Mrs Julian H. Webster Mrs. Helen : 1 !
I jog In BH'aH next Thursdayevening Present were Mr*. Mat'l luckier Mrs Lee H. Lehman. Mrs
were made it i meeting, Mr*.Bean Mrs. Vann Mir Fret Medd, Mn Parns and Mrs. "
ct the Woman's Auxiliary of the lyee, Dellioger Misses Alta Rheney. : .
St John's Ifrisrapal Chuftn Friday Cue ...., ...... Greased cad I ..
at the home of Mrs WnVflmytne I Mr*. Adaw.C3BCU : '. .r. !
i : 'her" box ofWHITMAN'S
The boy wlH sjmd one night la Take a: ,
'Homestead with various families TWO PRESINTSPROGRAM
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of the churchaad will be enter AT MEETING I
wined at the elwreh.I Circle Two of the Woman' Missionary '.
Present at the meeting were: Unto .t tile I'In8aput ft CANDIESNORMS' : ;

t ,the Raw and Mr* It F. Blackf ord, Church presented a program on ". I
Bound" at-a. general .
Mra.0.0.. If "The Gospel 1"
(mro. W It items. "
,twakettold.: Mr.' aVdw.StUlu Mrs. misting ef th* Mdety Wednesday: . CANDIES ;
W. W. H tiII, Mrs. M. T. Stung la toe Sunday achoot building. 3 I II
ct Detroit Mr. O. E. Roman, Mm.Ralph Taking part were Mrs. J. T. Mar
t ,. Kinsman, MA t. A. Hooks, tin. Mr*. A. D. Smith.Utd Mrs. GALES' CANDIES . : \
I Mr*. Bertha Denny. Mr*. H. F Julia Folk,Mrs.:A. J.,Van Mailer I : .
'Potter and Mrs. Bmythe. had charge CII the Aevettaoah oequI
=- vie Me** ** : :
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AUSTRIAN LEADS I REHEARSING FOR CONCERT AT RED LAND j

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CONCERT FEB. 20 i

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ENSEMBLE Emmerich Eber, who wit formerly -
REDLAND PLAYS SELECTIONS .
I a leading soloist and later an 1 .
AT MUSIC CLUB'S FEBRUARY MEETING instructor ot the world renowned

Vienna choir boys of Ambit. If :

The Redland Ensemble under Beam, Tango" by Mowry and director of the Dixie Choir Boys

the direction of Jose Case played Chopin's "WalU In A Flat";, two who gill' give a concert at 7,50
three selections at the meeting of piano duets by Mrs. Grace Bell p. m next Thursday In Redlanl f
Music Club Monday Miami School auditorium. Their voter i
the Monday Murray of and Mrs. Julian
afternoon at the home of Mrs. H Webster, "Llebestrtum" by have thrilled thousand 11the
Howard Johnson where Mrs. Johnston Lists and "Siegfried's Funeral deep Southland and have gained .
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and Mrs. T. J. Faust were March" by Wagner;, and two recognition wherever they have

hostesses. The selections were the readings by Mrs. B. E. Gatlin."Johnnie's appeared. I
minuet from Haydn's "MilitarySymphony Elocutionary Efforts",' Educated In Austria Mr Eber J
," "Valse Opus 84" by and "The Lost Chord.: Current received training at the ur ve..1
itjr of Vienna and later .
Chopin and "Tannhauser March"by events were given by Mrs. E. H.
with George Gruber noted j
direct-i
Collier and Mrs.
Wagner. Davis. Mrs. W E.
. The director plays the cello; Rheney presented the program or of the Mozart Boyt1 Choir. .
On this their second winter I
Mrs. Gases, the'bass viol; Mrs. and Mrs. Collier presided in the tour
Harold E. Kendall Mrs. Herman absence of the president, Mrs J. the Dixie Choir Boys are singing!'
Marks, Roy Nelson and Win. H. D. Redd, who Is ill at Huntingdon College Montgomery -;
Krome violins; Mrs Sam J. Davis, Regret was expressed over the Ala.; Polytechnic Institute!'

viola; Miss Louise Ross, clarinet; loss of a member, Mrs. W. M. Fi- Auburn, Ala.; Llorida Southern)
and Mrs. Whitney Beam, piano field who has moved to Gaines College, Lakeland; and' at popular t. J
recreation resorts, fashionable
Other numbers on the program ville. Mrs. E. L. Lawrence and
were: two cello solos, by Mr Gases Mrs. J. W. English were made tourist clubs, hotels, and many
"Traumerel" by Schumannand members of the club. churches In Florida.
"Moonlight Sonata" by Beeth- Guests present besides those The original arrangement which I! !
distinguish this choir were written
oven; two piano solos by Mrs.I named were: Mn. Minnie Austin, .
Mr*. Cora Meredith_ __ end _M.__... Hazel especially for the Dixie Boys by I
nO unnn. Mr Eber. These boyi, who from
MIL AND MRS. STEFFANI Cowling of Miami, Mrs Clifton 10 to 13 of age were are care-] The pretty soloist pictured above with Emmerich Eber, musical
GIVE SPAGHETTI DINNER Stearns of Rapid City, S. D. Mrs. years director of the Dixie choir boys, is Fayo Little, 17-year-old lyric
fully chosen because of voice, -
Mr. tend Mrs. C. H. Steffanl were M. C. Jensen of Nashville, Tenn.; and scholarship. On personality tour' coloratura who is traveling with the choir as guest solo'st.' Mr

hosts it a spaghetti dinner bridgeat Mrs. Sewell Harlin and Mrs. John 'are Warren Atkinson Billy Bass, Eber, former member and Instructor of the world renowned
their home on Feb. 8. The high Harlin both of Glasgow, Ky., Mrs. Jack Brooks, Ralph Cline Nelson Vienna Boy Choir of Austria, hat arranged several selections
score prizes were won by Mrs. P. H Kelly of Waupun, Wis., and Cole, Tom Curry, Jack Durant which the Dixie choir will ting at the concert to be given at 7:30p.
Geo. N. Wakefield and W. J. Clark. Mr. Davis. Roy Ford Dick Humphrey, Tom- m. Thursday, Feb. 20, at Redland School. Miss Little Is the
Covert were laid for: Mr. and Others present were: Mrs. A. W. Jackson, Nelson Jenkins, Jr. protege of Olive Cheek Humphrey, well known singer and teacher,
Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Dr. and Mrs. Hutchinson, Mrs. H. K. Foulk, my Tommy Jenkins, John Lovin, Ed who Is managing director of the choir and who predicts for her a
Carl F. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Lonnie L. Hood Mrs. Frank Lowery Homer McNaron Merle brilliant career. She will enter a well known conservatory of music
Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Wake- Kausman Mn. C. H. Steffanl, Newton. Julian Stephens Joe In New York City next season In preparation for concert work

field, Mr and Mrs. Clark and Mr. Mrs W. E. Gaby Mrs. Bevo Webb, Thomas, Don White and Charles I
and Mrs. Steffanl. Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. J. R. Ruth Wilson Marshall Made Editor of the southern states edition of
I land, Mrs. C. Rice Mrs. S.
| Hagler ,
Their academic work Is continued the national publication which,:It
MRS. FRANK: ROBINSON I I L. West, Mrs. J. Tom Vann-- Mrs. as they travel with(, Mr. Eber On National MagazineThe la said, will be the largest church
I Clarence Gray, Mrs. Carl Wagner,
DIRECTS BIBLE STUDY Mrs. Olive Cheek Humphrey, who publication In the world.
Mrs. Frank Robinson served as.'Mrs Vane Harris, Mrs. E. H. Gal-] Is managing director of the choir, Rev. R. P. Marshall, former, For the past four and a bait

director at a Bible study meetingof 1 I laher and Mrs_Lee H. Lehman. and Mrs. Nelson Jenkins as tutors. pastor of the .Silver Palm and yean Mr. Marshall hat been editorof

the Woman's Auxiliary of the I Pretty Faye Little, whose lyric Princeton Methodist churches, hat the Florida Christian Advocate,
Homestead Presbyterian Church ,' CLUB MAKES coloratura voice at fifteen was been made assistant editor of the one of the papers to be merged.
Thursday of last week at the home GARDEN MARKERS 1 heard coast to coast, and for whom Metho-
I of Joe
'I I Members of the Princeton Home IChrtstiaqAdvocate
of Mrs. W. H. Owens In Goulds. I successful singing career Is pre- new national I
During the social hour, Mrs Demonstration Club made house i dicted by prominent radio and mo-' formed of all
weekly by a merger
Owens served cakes and punch. and garden markers at a work tion picture authorities and her major publications of the Methodist N G ZX- *
Present were: Mrs. T. L. Hodges, meeting Friday afternoon at the' teacher, Olive Cheek Humphrey, ( Church. .
Mrs. J. A. Ricks, Mrs. Joel J. home of Mrt. Russel Hamms.
well known singer and coach is Mr. Marshall will have charge
Robinson Mrs. A. A. Payne Mrs. traveling with the choir as guest I
D. P. Blake Mrs. J. R. Brooks GLEANERS TO MEETWITH soloist and will sing difficult obligates -
Mrs. R. E. Trotter, Mrs. Carl F. MRS. ALLAN with the boys in several
Robinson, Mrs. A. F. Darling Mrs. The Gleaners' Class of the First! selections. ,
Paul Haley, Mrs. Mary Aber. Baptist Church of Homestead will 6O sue H row

crombie, Mrs. A. F. Arthur, Mrs. hold itt February meeting Tuesday Sin. Nicholson Joins i
J. M. Holferty Mrs. Allen Pope, afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
Parlor ForceLola
Mrs. Gordon E. Dill Mrs. Frank home of Mrs. W. W Allan. Beauty ,

Robinson and Mrs. Owens. Smith Nicholson beautician

The Homestead Band Parents' Is now connected with Alice's For Ibis
JUNIOR CLUB TO HOLD ,Association will hold its second Beauty Parlor, announces Mrs.
DINNER: MEETING MONDAYA I white elephant sale in the Loaner R. E. Sherard, proprietor.Mrs. Bit Family She
dinner meeting of the Junior ,building all day Saturday. Mrs. Nicholson Is the wife of 6 CIF. Ft. "
Woman's Club of Homestead will t,W. E. Rheney Is chairman. J. Nicholson manager of the
be held promptly at t o'clock Mon. Homestead branch of the Kilcore

day evening at the home of Miss I A group from Ad Astra Chapterof Seed Co. She has bad ten years of O
Geraldine Rein on N. W. Third the O. E. S. visited the Coconut ,experience in her profession in
street Mist Reitz Mrs. Virginia Grove chapter Friday night when 'Plant City.

Walton and Mrs. Clifton DeBerry the grand matron was present. In I Mrs. Sherard is assisted also by
win be hostesses. Members who the group were: Mr. and Mrs. Miss Norma Gossman.

cannot attend are requested to Chas G. Turner, Mr. and Mrs..A. S. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR

notify the hostesses by noon Sat- Meybem, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, .
all "
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urday Jr., Mrs. Guzzle Joiner Mrs. R. W. Oi'iropraclicor
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No MATTER
I Mullins, Mrs. J. W. English and boW
[ HOMESTEAD l : iTc. 8. Misses Esther and Helen Living / I yofrWaf it-font
top to botwto,.front
:j CIRCLES TO MEET TUESDAY ston. front to back.inside\

Circles of the Woman's Societyof Friends of Miss Mary Bradley Stoenla b a and out-this Is truly a ..,.. ..err
Christian Service of Homestead
refrigerator ,
enjoyed a picnic dinner given in I great
Methodist Church will meet Tues
celebration of her birthday at her gala It'ckm-paeked -
day afternoon. home last Tuesday. Miss Bradleyand Trouble I with food, down-to.
Harmony circle of which Mrs. her father Wilbur M. Bradley earth value that performs *
Dan Williams Is leader will meet are living In the Van Matter rock perfectly duringyears
with Mrs. Geo.'Smith and oIl 1'
; Belle Bennett house this winter. yearn
- Circle of which Mrs. Lewis t ries-free II!..

Brandenburg Is leader will meet o' XV.Ta.kTAGLASSES \iv i : S.. These Big
with Mrs. E. S. Caplinger: and Dr. Features
MARK THIS WELL: Value
Marian Fleltes Circle of which (
Mrs. J. W. English Is leader will Until be has learned what Chiropractic : Ei'a at tack a low tries, 4* 40 1
I lrtl.Mil>i ij tn tii.l"IS.RI I this rtntriaUs llttaaliit
meet with Mrs. Sam J. Davis. rllt/.g ... R Ni.l.g of Adjustment can do for ... .
Ittntarttorksf thus -
Outlook Circle will meet Tuesday 1.1 H. E. Chas .1., MIMI CIa Liver and Stomach flit, a sufferer I i
.. .... serfs*! Mih-esallrf fst- n'tsreas
& AIr C..uuwa has neglected his health Those
evening with Misses" Antolnett.
1 S. c-: .rd ,.._. 'i I *a.eam Stales'I
and Helen Moye. j, L who hebenefited, tell of ChlropracUc's I TMtoaU Vt._State.I .

,,,,,,,, . .. : blessings. Many other I lass tial S"...Free1ll',. 1 t is
""""'""'" visit a
now delaying their first here j au- riser e.aNtaee.. '
DR.R.S.AKERS' will one day Wish they bad heeded -rVjlst Tmjt...Pitt .
NEWT. Chiropractic's call tao0er.wby. oW ebtnbrattotuflptte.eftrtsrtinlTMiftuW.
,9.JM J
1 '* .". (..DENTIST lay another days ; I

NOTARY PUBLIC iiornt.St ton twin ,* r,
freeIlonrsta.sr..toSp.a!: I to 12:2 U tM f WA e*rbicztls lateri.rFlprligsCs {

Sundays: 1 to M | T.eacaru 1:11 U It S U ':Mt .y a

Fire Insurance and Closed Saturdays j jI ji asadays r A.-- I :i= ll :ad'!;::view:esia=

Kindred Lines i Dr. R. J. Elliott .1f. t.j
I Free Parking Space j jit :
SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO.
N. w. srm ST, MIAMI! McCrery Arcade |

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I II [cthe ChurchesBAPTIST I I Governor Florida Tallahassee To ) t 10 54* I, Unit Unit: subsequent. ADS Insertion 11



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t CHURCHStOMUTIUOr. 1 .pear, pulor. Sunday ached al ..d.. m.: tablishment

nnorkln at It a. at. and Teal p. m.t ,Defense : FOR RENTFOR
t. t: 1011_ ran N. V. P. .. and Junior menthe at t>0t tional Guard,
;: .... Sunday aakoo H":.' o. a.1 preach- ,. m. Purer sodas Wednesday mlnf control The '
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,. 6ratIla.Os.andvISOa.m.a.il.P II.V It.0 II. 116PRINCETONTM 'the lIIf new RENT-Retideno 't Florida
M *>M p. aa Prayer aenrleaa Wadoaadaf6OULBS stated, I Mn.
aI T11100.m.. .... W. L. Crewwe5. City; S bedrooms, fire .ce, electric <*
..The Rev. Noah .-.. ran.tor. ........ Sunday school oJ 61401 pteerhingat Immediately i *. stove, running hot and cold
.. school at It .. m. i pronchlniat lOia a. and visa Po" Junior He placed I i {, 21)
II .. at and liK) 110. n. : B. If. P. 0. ate meeUni at titOl young People meeting 'bodied I male water two bathrooms; reason*
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.If! n.. UL. Prayer service at TtSO .. s.Wednesday. t....10.p. *.Prayer awetlnj Wodaaiday ..th. serve in this lo- able rent. Apply Leader-Enter

EPISCOPAL and 55. j S. prise. .
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will be
ST. JOtlN-O-'. SL Spaces kroaua ind paid. I
LOANSLOANS
SACRED 111:41'-
'HI'RCR 0. TOE
Fourth ilnvt HorMtead the Roe. R. K.Blirkford I .
sWond Homestead the Ito*.
ft E anu The term
T. t. Goon. .. Bandar naM Ma I rector. Holy communion alI ,| ; than I II
a. m.: week day maw at Ttlt dallyBiwdaf ilo a. ".1 Sunday. school at iiM| moraIn for three l $2.200 TO BUILD, MODERNIZE
school Sunday following t 'dork prarar at 11.FREE charged by I I' : : ,
Ii.: uoi. Coannunlon for womra tnt ftrwtBnnctar I METHODIST t : REPAIR Residential, Grove
; of month for men and kort. DM I units shall I \ In- and Business Property '

second Bandar of month. Holy hour Thr. time as the i From $30 to IIOOD-from 8 :
Ar krfor first frW.r of month at ':'0 I FLORIDA cmr-Mn Edits T..hI, Im- mo tp
flu' Fold. .! T 100'"w m, f..ter. Sunday rhonU 10 a. m t prearkm -. I Florida I Is : : : J : 5 years ;
t.h'iI"-01 11 a. m. and T .10 p m i prayer mrM.Inn. :
tM BLsesd B.enm.nt after trol when
.... or No Tape
Down Red
Payment-No
Junior
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I.ID p. m Thursday Young ,-I,'. Milllonary longer SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS';
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CHRISTIAN! SCIENCE CHURCH Society t.tv p. Sunday. governor. miles $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $0.39 may

FLORIDA CITY-Braadwar and Sixth I METHODIST CHURCH The Florida ; $SOO for 36 mo.-Repay $15.87 mo..
atn t. Sunday school at .:.. .. m. fat .
be under the ) Jl.SOO for CO mo.-Repay $3250
pupils under SO roan of Mot morning I BOMEBTEAD-Tha Rer. J. 1. Richards, I f'
.....let at II o'clwk. Wr..i>. day tvtnlnfa oa.. ..Od., ..kuol at .:.. a. net tant-General 91- r
.lroi which Include testimonials of k.a| preaching at II a. m. and t'St p. a. will be sell mo.Ask for FREE: Estimates
ling and xporlvneoa and marks on CkrlatlMfi > Junior Lo.... at I:'0 ,. m. : HI Learutit
rVHrrtf. S Tkf publM cor Albert H. offer. Without Obligation
p* rn. S'10 p. m: Senior Less" at :!o p. n.Prmyer
dolly Inrlwd.Htadlna, room. In church edifice .h nprflWIT meeting at :10 p. au Wednesday. I your LOANS can be secured to Modernize *

Thursday aftornnon from ItOO to SILVER .LM-Th. Re.. t. C Walkrrpaitor. . and Repair LEASED OS.
4,9'. The public U cordlillr invited to the ..nd..ooI....... sunder at .R D ( t7-t1) MORTGAGED Property
aB..Ico and to Mt the CMdltui room. 1U a. m.I preaching services t* lint third
Ffb. Letwon-strmon top and fifth Sundaes at 11 ., ... and t ilu p n We also have F.H.A. LOANS for

l Ic; : "Mind", 'RINCITO! -Th. R;;. i? iL Wallor' flJrnl-and New Homes payable monthly
naitori preaching at t a. m.| Sunday over 20-29 years
school al 10.FLORIDA. \ Apply
CHURCH OF CHRIST Let us supply your BUILDING!
CI77 ('b...l'NITT CHI'RCRTke i .
HOMESTEAD-Paul C. Hrrndon. mini. RAT W, E. Rowell paitor. Church NEEDS. Prompt ScTCIre
..,. First awns and N. ,W. Fifth atrart.Blbh I ... t7-21)
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shod al IV I. | preaching at p. BROOKER LtJMlIEI0..
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study at 10 a. ... .o.lon. hi.fcnrihlp I Midweek prayers and Bible study Wodnrr- the .
and prockln at II a. ". Prayer and enlivened good Horoeblrnd
I day at 1.10.REPLA14D Phone 62 Fla
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nMtlns, TiSO p. ... Wodnoiday. foremost
1 COMMUNITY CHl'RCR- twenty. also grey
CHURCH OF GODHOMESTEADMg I The R.. W. K.: R"w.ll, paalor. CkarrkM.MUOI subscription and 1 ; small
a( 1V1 preainlnt at 111 Epwortk'Leatua after The ." I WANTED
N. W. First .
awns gallon
1 at ..10. Midweek prayers and a single copy at I ;
Sunday .hnnI at 0,46 .. m. : prsorhing at1t
Dial elixir Thursday at T All.PRESBYTERIAN year and SI.00 Mri.
a. M, and 4,43 a. '::i'I.r..r: Y. P. atT ..rI.lI.. ltulo.I. WANTll): Small camp site on deepwater
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: children' meeting paroonae. .
Prayer nuotlnc, S p. a. Wxlnoiday CHURCH I..., publishers armounetnf in vicinity of Homestead
I' HOMESTEAD-Kn.me awns al N. lltk ... subscribers I! or on Key Largo. Box A-190
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE "tees The ..... Goo. H. Rlcka. paitor. .. heron who : (7)) ,
of Leader-Enterprise
Bible school at 10 a. ... preaching at II ao popular with care
HOMESTEAD Ha Robert R a. m. I your aenli..liar ., 1 .U a. m continue to bell on (f7-lf)
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Journalism Scholarship Is OfferedBy lI.ttl.Mounted.....Connie.... i 1 school and grads school subjects.:
I railroad .... / ), 142
Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B
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University of Miami Fraternity annum Alan i line Plummer drive ana Country
venturera In .. ) ,
exclusively with I't ter- Club road.
-- However, with .
Coral Gables bilities of s Newspaper to Its Com- ..... now I with CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wit

stead and Coral munity) Entries must be sub I I...m In tporta the, i en; exchange subscription 'Or adv y

', seniors are Ffb..I3-HOme.1 mitted before May I and will be e.ooonlNw. will :: : wat Using for clean rsgv. Leadir

.$IOD journalism judged by prominent Florida news I achievement the country will I ; has Enterprise.

University of Miami, Dr. B. F. papermen.Full bny'a picture on 1'I
feature .. ,
was and NOTICESthe
Ashe president of the university
interrelation and contest en- her Issue which LEGAL
has announced. The first award the picture of A. I ,
try blanks be obtained from
may of high school. 1 W. nf the of the aald Third Ju.lUDhtrict ..
will be made in June and peace
one
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Simon Hochberger, instructor In T..h. lib"" J ; In said County and States and
scholarship will be given annually journalism University of Miami of Jtnro' groups. ave. the seal of .Id Court at Miami Florida" ,
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Boy ./. .... ) A. ,,, 1"n
thereafter. this U.h day January
Coral Gables. .. a fenced. I n 0 BUTTON.
Students entering the competition prime Not _. I Jwtlri oli I. Praro.Third .
Lead and Ink honorary journalism
Ir than bon who PlltrlrbDaM .
are not required to have had the leadership 8 '
fraternity at the University of per .Reel)
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a journalism course in high school, Miami, Is sponsoring the scholar drain fiction to.h.become Call lo run In Ronieelwd l.e d.rKnetcnirlM. :
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I Jan. II. K.k. T, It. 11 141
nor must they be members of a ship. high Idwli and .
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school publication staff. Only two oelvea iubeerlka dhplay.To to ) : IN THE COUNTY JI'IM.KN lot Rr IN
"" FOR DADS rOUNTV, FLORIDA.IN
AND
requirements have been set : aend the
up For results use Leader. name PRORATE:
la to receive the I
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(1) Each student competing in 1941 Na. I1 I4In
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Enterprise Classified Ad proper lUi Ito'.'. of Sarah R. II.II _.....
must receive his diploma from s for three yean> : : i trees NOTICE TO CRHDI r'ORs
Boy. 7410 Second
Florida high school at midyear or i pur- To All Creditor and All PeruH4ring
' Claims Demands Anlrut rUI.1 K>t.tel
In June 1941 or
(2) each
competing
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; : N. G. You, and Mot of you, are kerrky notified
student must plan to study Journalism and required ta present any nlolnu and
at the University Cf Miami. : ; .......do which eon or etcher of you, may
have aaalnn thetat.. of Hank, K. Hull
Both boys and girls are eligible j for deceased Into of Dade County. Florida M
Does Your Car Have the H".. W. F. Blanlon (;ante Jodie of
The award this year will be Dade County aad file the aame In nuoffice

based on an original essay of from ;: I In the County Coun""uee In Dado
County, riorlda.. within ehiht" ..100....
1500) to 5000 words on the sub anIle from the date of the tint puklbration

ject "Obligations end #Responsi hereof. Held .1aI... *r demanik
j Of These Faults 1 contain tko .Two! address of Ike claimant
*, cit ..id to ko eworn to and prreenMI aa
Ir _'.....141. or scan, will/ ko knnrd Bee aro
IN. )OTl? or 0P---I tins .III of the last Prokato A't.Dated .
. rOM TAX January II.... A. J>. I 4ISARAH .
t Flk SS L. O HALT.,
'Hotic U boughs rlsos that .,.... 1.Kitby : ? AI, Administrator nf t.. Frt.t.:1
holder .* _ln.i of city of Miami K HALL
ytx Crnutraw MnHXTCd ices. o t4 Mt4tk 0 haw-di.
d.y of July A, D. 1104. ka flM .iMCtrtlflrit I sin DON C.: FERREYRA. .
t* rr"l-. .... ka _d. I Iapplkalkn I Attorney for Adralnkilrabir.jaa. .
for tax dead to imam thereon Heck. 81. ran 7. I.. SI. IMI1
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la .........the... following wU bit..prop..Itwtud Bald OnrtiricaUakraoaa Lacks Power and ]i 1 : : :;' .: .

I. Dado County FIor.... to-wlli Hard to Start for the DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
Lot n. Block It. West Uawa Cor- ; County.
.......... Pat Nook '. Pv a ta .... Crrof Uses, Too Much Gas? 1 h. u
-Miami, County: of Dada. auto of I : =,
riorMa.Tk .
Vibrates or runs rough? .., on
aojniraont of MM property under the
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d.
MM Certlfteat imbued In the
of Unknown Unless taut was Cortlfloaki arm ahallk Sluggish and No Pep .... Ml
> rHnraid accordion to I... tax deed ,, Office Hours 8:30: --4:30
win lam themes M tlw Ittk day ofMarek.
A. D. IMI.Dnted 1 I :
U41. this dtk day of Prkruary A. D i ,, : oereon.*. Open ErenlM kr ApDolntmrnt

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] .WINSTIIIRD[ wtt1" 'J.) nine Salvador.Phillips, on the location of!I Twins to Be TogetherAt

| The club decided to have a dance I Chanute Air Field

TIME THIS YEAR Rgglanc( Rattler ,In the near future to raise money -
i ,!to send a delegate to this conven- Jud Plche baa enlisted in

DOI RASCOTT.n11Y.A JEAN KWIX. Edlten tion. Chanute Field at Rantoul ILL and
FROM 1 REDLANDWith !
I ..... .. will enter a ground school for air
MISS HAUSMAN WINS mechanic there according to wordreceived

more than half the points I Team Tells of Thrill ing with the cheer leaden In I Mia Berth Mill Hausman, burl I I by his parents, Mr. and

made during a free-for-all throwIng In Tour of Six State team.few :yells for our coach. and our home contest economic for the best teacher new yell won to the be i 1 i Mrs. T. D. Pich*. His twin; brother -
I
period, the fourth quarter used at this tame and she re-I Joe, enlisted In Miami few
Homestead
High School basketeers
I The tour of our basketball boys eelved I week and sent to
defeated Redland High School's New Tables and Shelves I complimentary ticket to ago was a camp
through fix states wit the topic the Homestead-Redland game. near Tampa and later to one In St
team Tuesday night In the Red- Are Placed in Library
for several
speeches made by these ,Louis He also expects to be sent
land sym for the third time this
boys In Miembly. to the Chanute Field school. Jud
season,, 19-21. SEVE? rents ENROLL
Our achoollibral'1 has been much
had to enlist with his
Adolph Lopez told about the first The attempted
Slowly from a lead of one pointat Improved by the addition of five junior class was glad to
day of the trip when the brother but was rejected when he
boys MW see Elizabeth
the end of the first quarterHomestead Markham from
tables and modernly designed
new
the liner Manhattan, near West 'ginia enroll vir-I failed to pas an eye test Since
came ahead to hold again last Friday
book shelves Our books have been
time he ha visited
Palm Beach and that relative
visited
the old New
of two points IJ-ll at the pupil In the second
the gradeare
sent back from mending project
fort at St In the north.
Augustine. Walter Rut-
end at the half. Sullivan Del- In Miami and look very well Johnny Newton and Carl
linger and Conner made a total of ik. look the second day when the in their bright new coven. Thereare lohnl. In the third grade Elsie
MINISTERS MEET ON KEY
boys saw mow in North Carolina.
20 points during the second: half. Brandenburg from Mississippi
new book shelve In the office,
Asheville beat The RedlandB District Ministerial -
Fuchs Homestead guard, made 10of them 42-20. alto and the library corners lathe came In, and Alma Jean Johns,
Association will leave Homestead
Homestead's IS points during OUa Loper told about Tuesday elementary rooms. Jessie Stone, and John Alexander -
the two period They visited I pottery factory at Jr. have enrolled- .in the fifth at 9 clock Friday morningto
The Diamondbacks were handicapped -I Irwin Tenn. and saw a football grade. go to Matectunbe: to hold Its
General Motors GivesEducational In the Methodist
l'tadllllD monthly meeting
which .
by the lack of their outstanding our coach Mr. Snyder
Church thereA fish will follow
guard Buddy Lindgren helped to build. Mr. Snyder Exhibit READ THE WANT-ADS the try
who has been III. Marshall was lived In Irwin. Tenn., before he meeting
high point man for Redland with came to Redland. A special assembly was called -

13 point and Greer second with Allen Kirk, the manager told during the tint period Tuesday
I. about Wednesday, and Charles morning when General Moton
Behind tt-Jl, with only three Sweeting told about Thursday The presented a preview of Its Paradeof
Minutes left to play the Homedead boys played I hard game with Progress that Is to be shown In
"B" team fought ahead and Bristol, Tenn. Saturday and Sunday Miami this month. This was both CHEVROLETFIRST
won from the Redland team by a vents were to have been an interesting and an educational
score of 1411.DtfeDM. given by Jack Marshall and Leon- exhibit Those In charge showed
ard Creer but since these boys ,us a copy of the first telephone

QuestionnaireBlank were absent their talks were post and the first light bulb. This light
poned. Buddy Lindfren spoke burned 40 hour and gave the light
Here for Vets
of It candles.
about Monday The boys tried to
visit the state penitentiary butcould They explained also the most
Blank of the national defense, not They Stone modern form of lighting-florescent -
saw Mountain
Because It's Finest
questionnaire of the American
the largest solid block of granite tub lighting. A demonstration
received
Legion were Tuesday by
was given of the effect of
In the world. It l Ia J.OCMIteet
Wm. i. Geronimo, adjutant of
high and seven miles In circuraarence. various light vibration on the electric -
John G. Salley Post, American LeSion -
tatted!
General Jackson on horseback eye The speaker also
at Homestead.The over a beam of light and showed
with several other horsemen
questionnaire I II the result II being carved on this mountain the effect of the stroboscope on The Top Ten- Passenger Cars
f an adoption at the 140 convention -
the electric and electric
on an
Louis Price took the last day.Tues eye
of the of
Legion a recommendation -
that "all posts of the Ameri- day when the boys visited the fan.Various (FINAL STANDINGS)
synthetic substitutes
Sarasota circus headquarters. new -
They
can Legion engage In the regtrtra arrived at the school about 4 were explained such as milk FIRST TEN IN MGI8TKATION AS KCrOKtED IN
ton of all World War veteran
cloth glass thread, rubber made of
o'clock: that day and were erected AUTOMOTIVE NEWS
within the post's territorial limitations -
'Joyfully by Mrs. Creer and the coal and transparent glass substitute -
and in the of
keeping a made of coal.PanAmerican 114 IfStros.
Snyder twins.Mr. .
young
card Index showing names, addresses I .' MAKE ros.
qualifications of such registered Snyder made several comments -i
I World War Veterans to be on the trip after the boys' Club Has 1-863,529 Cbevrolet 598,3411

contacted In cases of possible emergency had spoken He said that none of Program on Salvador 2-542,755 Ford 481,496-
.. ," the boys had ever seen snow and I ,
i The education, occupational experience few had seen mountains or spent At the Pan-American Club meetIng 3-440,093 Plymouth 348sm3 '

\I and availability for service the night In I hotel. This trip FrIday. Feb. 7,Informal discussion 4-295,513 Buick ZI8,9954
whether general service anywhere proved to be educational along I was held about the) national -
j restricted service In home more lines than merely basketball -i convention which hi to beheld 5-235,815 Pontiac 159,8366

community only or on part-time although the boys saw some ,I in Akron, Ohio. This convention 6-201,256 Olds U6,4127
or full-time basis, are among the fine basketball playing and played Is an Imitation of the
qualifications covered by the questlonnalre. some hard games. The coach said I one h :I-Cube last year. Each 7-197,252 Dodge 176,5855

The blanks, available toaD most of the boys on the northern 'club I la to represent a country. 8-102,281 Studebaker 84,600-
veterans of the World War, teams! were older and much larger Our club Is to represent Salvador.

f .array be obtained at the Legion office than our boys. 1 Mia Dorothea Lyons was elected 9-100,117 Chrysler 63,956-10 I|

In the Legion building South The remarks the boy made in program chairman and Helen Pope 1080,418 Mercury 65,8849
Xrome avenue, .Homestead their speeches about experiences co-chairman

T of the team member with the Kathleen Wagner spoke on the TOTAL ALL MAKES
young ladies in each town they products of Salvador; :Rosemary
REDLAND F. F. A., sited added a humorous note to rlennlngton, on the government of 3,415,905 2,653,377
By Jeha Laarfnim Reporter the program.We Salvador; President Forest Burke,

closed the assembly by Join on transportation there, and Lo-
Last Friday our chapter representatives -
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left for Tampa to attend The Top Ten TrucksFINAL
State F. F. A. Day at the Florida

State Fair. Members who made SALE of TRUSSES ( STANDINGS
the trip were: H. A. Aman Jr, ; )

Philip Reams and Richard Ban FIRST TEN IN REGISTRATION AS REPORTED INAUTOMOTIVE '
M our fruit and vegetable judging From ear regally alack ef New tint Quality Trance.Experfeaead "s
; \ team; Charles Behrens, Jr, Donald factory trailed fitter. Day new aad save.FrMay . NEWS ,t.

: I Grafe and Eugene Ingram, as our aaut Saturday Only. 114' oUSt
beef cattle Judging team;and Kenneth POs MAD ros.
Creer Earl J. L Best Quality
Wysong.
CM
I Keg.
: I King Ir.. and Ballard Lewi 5" SPRING TRUSS 1-194,038 Chevrolet 169,4571
Saw**. ,._ ,__._.
: They returned home about four Leatker-eevered aerlmc 2-162,333 Ford 128, 99- 2
p. mSunday afternoon. Resultset
: I the judging contest will be ...- Mee adj.M.bte fill BkM pods. nfcher. efaslsalrha -==t 3-: 77,891 International 66,0483

o, I bounced later. Our chapter had SlaaUar Trasa. .4- 54,615 Dodge 48,0494
4a exhibit of eight dofen h.
i, the r. F. A. egg show. eggs Mr. ITS O" \ 5- 42,486 G. M. G 34,908 I 5

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69,573 Plymouth 8 94 S
Monday night, F.II.lo. we held -

our regular meeting the chapter HOOD TYPE Ef. UN Q5tSpecial. 7- 7,754 Mack 6,670-

', soon, with President H. A. Aman, TRUSS ...._-._ 87,344 White 4,558-
Jr., presiding We received commtttM Dadcaed especially forMat
I, report and discussed plato hard-te- held kernla.Decble 96,358 Diamond T 5,412-

for the coming Redland District Reed TIMS.Be .
102,291 Willys 1,634-10'
I 1) Fruit Festival.Charles 14.M .

Behrena reported regarding ti BpOCissJL_... _-mL HIS TOTAL ALL MAKES
the display of product Other Heed Trams
our Mtt- f-echool members made 4.7t and S.IS 576,327 486,748
fend maintained Feb I-f at DMXeffiaad
Orange Blossom Festival MANX OTHERS NOT SHOWN

Otter members present were: eJVltnwila 6uslsatlat4r'ioo's laf ast.-: The above reprinted -r**.Ij Cow am .tf.......... New,
i Ream. J. L King Jr. EuIqrua .BMW e< Fek It. 1MLBird -
Donald Grate and DOWVt"WV ., I
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BaIL"I
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bad I great Chevrolet Co.Oldest
.t this time .

.;t 1 \where they I Chevrolet Dealer an FlerMa fast CeaatHomestead.

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