The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00209
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00209
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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l'llk Trade Hearing Not COMPLETION SHED UNIT ,.'' !


LOCAL-BRIEFSNOTINORDER I No Hike Yet in Milk Price Here Though "

Local Dairyman Is on Control Board -

I I Zoning Map on DisplayAt Mayor Ed Stiling1 Breaks

\ Milk was still selling at 18 cents member of the state milk control Homestead City Hall Ground for Projectin
i a quart in Homestead yesterday board which ordered that the pricebe Florida City
despite the fact that Homestead raised! to 18 cents on Jan. 2 in A zoning map showing proposed
'and the rest of the Redland District Dade and Broward counties.Mr. restrictions to be applied to future TO CONCENTRATE ON
BEARERSTOLD] gets Its supply of milk almost Parker has been ill In bed construction tt homes and business PLATFORM
68 X 100 FT.
entirely from Alpine Grove since Monday with Influenza and houses within the city limits of
Dairy, owned by O. B. Parker, a could not be interviewed yesterday Homestead, will be on display in '
Only. Tobacco, Sugar, Rum+ Action of the local dairy Is' the council chamber la the. city(I Completed. Plant to Have
and Seed Potatoes in line with the policy adopted by, halt starting today, for the Inspection Over-all Dimensionsof
Affected Now MIAMI MINISTER] all Dads County dairymen In refusing of all citizens and other interested 58x590 Ft.
I to obey the order pending parties.
ACCEPTS BID OFBAPTISTCHURCH hearing today of a petition of the The coning ordinance is expectedto Dedicated to current needs and
CITRUS BOARD GETS milk control board for an inJunc-' come up for action at the next future expansion of the agricultural
PROMISE OF ACTION tion to prevent the Puritan Dairyof : council meeting, which will be held Industry of the Redland District
Miami from selling milk at the Monday night at 8 o'clock. ground was broken Tuesdayfor
Approves Maturity Rule 16-cent price In defiance of the the WPA projected state firm
Isle of PinesGrapefruit board orders. en' market at Florida City.
for Dr. J E.!: Johnstone, a resident The petition will be argued before QUIZ CONTEST TO Clearing of an Initial five acres
;of Miami for IS years and supply Judge H. F Atkinson in Dade of the 20-acre site for construction
'. ,pastor for Baptist churches in the, County circuit court FEATURE UNIONP. of the first 88 by 100-foot shed
The hearings at Washington last I Miami area for the past two years, unit of the building la under the f
week" to consider amendment to has accepted a tall to be pastor of Half of Birthday Ball direction of Jack Dolar. A crew
the reciprocal .trade 1I1'feI'Dentr' the First Baptist Church of Homestead Cash to Remain in Dade T.. A. .MEETING"The of ten workmen.. transferred
'wtth'Cuba"" confined if toot R. 17: Emma; chairman of from' the Homestead municipal
eommoditlei-tobacco, tutor, rum the local church's pulpit committee park project for this preliminary r
and potatoes and while the committee I said last night Committees for staging of the Old Curiosity Box," a quiz work and wIll be augmented later ,
permitted argument to be The call was extended to Dr.I President's Birthday Ball at Homestead contest between the ParentTeacher as needed, WPA officials said yesterday -
made and briefs submitted in behalf Johnstone by unanimous vote at I Country dub on Jan. 30 win associations of Redland and .
of Florida grower of winter' a meeting of the church member! be announced next week by Mrs. Homestead schools, will" be the The plan Is to concentrate on ,
vegetables and avocados, those:, ship Wednesday night following I:. A. Buchanan, president of the feature of the program of the union this initial unit and have It ready i
presenting'them. Including Senators announcement that another pastor Junior Womsn's Club of Homestead meeting to be held ttntght in the for use during the latter part of '
Pepper and Andrews and, called at a previous meeting was and chairman of the celebration Neva King Cooper auditorium at the current farming season. Later,
:Representative Pat Cannon, were unable to accept. Dr. Johnstone here, Geo. L. Swan, chairman t o'clock. when more labor Is available, work
reminded that they would not be: preached at services of the church I for South Dade, said yester Two teams each made up of I on the other units of the buildingwill
considered in connection with the' here Sunday, and was enthusiastically three p.trontwo' teachers and be'carried on. I
present projected amendmentThis I received.Dr. day.Mr.. Swan laid emphasis on the the principals of each schoolwill Following an official Inspectionof
statement was made yesterday Johnstone, a doctor of divinity I fact that SO per cent of the money attempt to answer questions which' the project Tuesday morningby I
by Luther L. Chandler of was for four months supply raised In Dade County will remain have been submitted by the students Major E. J. Close, area super :
Goulds who returned Saturday pastor of the Central Baptist here this year to establish a permanent of the two schools.: The visor for the Works Progress Administration
from Washington where he represented Church of Miami, following the I unit to fight infantile team scoring the highest numberof the first clod of earth
the Florida Citrus commission resignation of its long-time and I paralysis and buy an "iron lung." points will be presented with a on the market site was turned by
before the committee and at noted pastor, Dr. J. L. White. He also declared that South Dade special "loving cup" st the close of Mayor Edward still g of Florida
the same ,time argued the Cause of I Somewhat put SO, he is a widower I patrons of the President's Ball can the contest. The cup will carry
vegetable rowers. with four daughters. 1 expect the lame quality of floor the colors of the winning school City.Witnessing the Informal ceremony
The citrus commission, through Dr. Johnston is expected to enter show st the Homestead Country Questions for the Chandler asked the reciprocal on his duties as pastor of the I Dub as that which will appear In by the student bodies of Red- County Agent C H. Stetfanl and
(Continued on PaP Two) church Sunday Jan. 22. I the Miami celebrations. I land and Homestead include both Preston B. Bird, members of the
(Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two)

Festival Premium Lists AvailableAt i I I :
I Chamber of Commerce Next Week I 2-Acre Hpmesites in, 120-Acre Close-in II

;;GAINS Subdivision Announced by B. W. MorrisFull

Official premium lists for the assistant plant pathologist; and S.' -
annual Redland District Fruit Festival J. Lynch, assistant horticulturist. MORE DEPOSITSStockholders Recreation A subdivision of two-acre home-
were nearing completionthis The Future Farmers of America Time sites bounded on the south by
week, according to George W. and 4-H club boys will competefor I 'I Leader for F.F.A. House Eighth street on the north by
Turner, Jr., festival manager. The ten dollar prizes for the best of the First National Kings highway, on the west by
Leader-Enterprise, successful bid exhibits of ornamental nursery Bank of Homestead elected Arriving in Homestead In the Tennessee rand and on the east
der for the printing, will have the stock and fruit and vegetables A directors as follows at their an. near future, a full time supervisor by Farm Life road, Is announcedIn
booklets in the hands of the festival special award will be made for the nual meeting Tuesday Jan. 10, in I of recreational activities for the this Issue of the) Leader-Enter
management by the first of best educational exhibit by this the bank Max Leaner, T. J. Harris Future Farmer clubhouse will Initiate prIM by BenJ. W. Morris, pioneer
next week. department.The Thos. E!: Kirby, Frank B. Rue, a new program of super Homestead subdivision developer,
jV special feature of the festival 4dub girls will ..be C. A. Carter, A. F. Webb and J. W.. vised recreation at the beginningof who associated with Henry Beh-
scheduled for February 27 through awarded prizes for the best exhibits English. the new semester In February.A rens, registered real estate broker
,"."t Marsh'f, will be an educational of sewing, canning, baking The new board of directors feature of the program as out- The subdivision, tentatively r
and productive projects.: The pro- meeting Immediately ,afterward named Horn Acres by Mr Morris, j
exhibit from the Subtropical Experiment lined at present will be to cooperate
Station according to of ductive classification Include the re-elected the old officers of, the with the Homestead P. T. A. comprises 120 acres east of State
ficials. This display will show in best market basket display of bank: Mr, Loaner, president; Mr. In a weekly open house on Friday Road 4-A. The two-acre tracts ;
detail the work being accomplished vegetables grown by the exhibitor, Harris, chairman of the board, evenings for the boys and girls of are grouped four la s block. Some
her by W. M. Flfield, assistant the best display of fruits, S or Mr. Kirby, vice-president; W._ C. the community. Everything from are located on oiled roads, while
horticulturist acting In charge of more varieties and the best display Payne, cashier; A. E. Campbell, Chinese checkers to volleyball wWI others are or will be on gravel
the station;Dr. George D. !Weble. of flowers, three or more varie! assistant cashier. be provided for recreation. roads, Mr. Morris said'
ties. Starting with a capitalization of "Electric light lines from the
THE WEATHERI The woman's department in $25,000, the bank today has approximately -I Other recreation facilities win Homestead municipal plant will k* ,
charge of MIN Eunice Grady, home $50,000 In capital, lure Include croquet pool, and a read- extended to any house built on any <
west .e .. ...si ... as..r.lDo" demonstration agent and Mrs. plus and undivided profits Mr. Ing room. A special radio Is being of these tracts," he said "and w*
1Q I_ lit......o.......... rIw_ Harry D. Wolfe will Include exhibits Loaner pointed out In an interview Installed to provide music for believe there will be money available '
of bread, biscuits and rolls yesterday. Net earnings for 1838, dancing. for those desiring loans to #
I meal|rift| w.| .... I cakes, candy, crystallized fruit, Jellies he said, were more than 25 per The new supervisor, sponsoredby build homes on them." f
Jan. 8 __n 71 iii 80.18 jams marmalades, preserves cent on the original capital, and the the recreational division of the Mr. Morris said Home Acres to "
.Jan. T __....._ 80 III 30.2.2Ian. canned vegetables and fruits, net gain in deposits for 1938 was state WPA program, Is a former designed as the Ideal type 8 ____ .0 iii pickles and relishes, fancy work IS per cent over deposits of the Olympic swimmer of 1924, said mite subdivision for this section, II'r,
Jan. 8 7t liS 30.11 0.02 rugs, crochet work knitting, embroidery previous year. Geo. N. Wakefield, Future Farmer It provide room for gardens and iI
Iin. 10 __.. 80 113 30.17Jan. smocking, appllqucd articles Pointing out that deposits shown adviser. The supervisor and lilt, fruit trees and yet ls close In
II ...____ 80 41 30.13 handicraft and thrift (tA the, bank's statement as of Dec., family will make their home It I enough to get the advantages oC
Jan 12 __ 115 30.11 (Continued on Pap Two), (Continued on Pale Four) Homestead. city facilities. is

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.l Two ," THE LEADER ENTERPRt Friday. Jan. 13. 1939 .-:;

tor0 the Iwo .....o d w .lae.a and Names OP APPLN-ATIOII FOB TAI
Premium Lists a a .nor-, is aH pro"- t. d.rMdr I. :CKI>
Trade Hearing r CHURCH NOTICES r won a ."...& am sans ate MtllMatlM
"' 'NI'-. 1 I It kMkr rlMii lad Btawarl ...
Mae J_ .. A. O. ISM.KVMin Rka.r _. a.lrr r _. d

ConttDue4 From Page OB) (Continued from Fag One) FIRST METHODIST CHTKCH k W Uw LM p.WIN aoacim.Kurator aid _. I*Oar*. Lad af Minima tae k Tea day OrtMtoato d Jalr. Maaikira It**
TbJa. sale departmentwill HOMESTEAD went af Puts M. PfarMk Doauead |, ka. Had aiM CarttfVala to a;. "t. aW
trade agreement commits for an year a OF JaiTi. I .. .
rum lill> ll a IM kaa Mda aa llrallaa far toa dad H ...
exchange of note between Cuba be attached to the women'sdepartment Jaw ItV-Mendix scram fawn. .. It St. ". ISSSI, h -- with .... said

and the United State aimed at I of the Fruit Festival The Fatre Saint. ef Betta =-:::m..w..s..R.a.ad w M f.14.tae Dar .:::,.

getting Cub! to establish the earne t announces Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, ..,.") evenlag strasesu The NOTICE Of' 5ALS of TAI CtsTtrr.iCATEs rkrtda6 vi-n.,
: .... I" Nhah Ie, Mkraah origi..l
local chairman of the women's department "
maturity IIIDdanIIW grapefruit modem Slave. AppR.a.r Nw: I :..:- to the City d Hu..ak c-
Florida. )fedoe" .. seard"WW.
enforced la I
a* those now Special saasle at the sserahag -
he W final -kb .w -- tad The ft aaM
The object Is to keep fruit from In the plant and flower department service by vested rbrfr directed a0 as ..rtifi_ aeaLwdth all ..a6.a.ga.t .... CMUI_ baaad M. .. tka auaa afTlaJaaTamU
off the market a top Fogs of fifty dollar .a.t.d r tea" balms a'
the Isle of Pine 'y Irving Lye*. Te.a. sass. New E the w r b. ads.i i CaHSTlaato Yam ka nfnai
until ripe and prevent demorallzattoo win be awarded for the best com people la charge W errats tfca/n* aald to kajha htadar farl I .d a.ad/ne to law. tot dad .HI k...
by foisting on the publi of ment1 exhibit of ornamental 1 rank .. ara ld a i modest program.LEGAL Auto af the LmMatara. WPM ....-
I fruit that illICIt fit to eatprael nursery stock with S23 and 114 I following lmiitti raal aMala hi tka Caaa1to Ub tau *ar af ..->n. A. D.
Florida prize for second and third awards. af Dada. state af PlarMa, ...-. I I....
tire followed by ahlppenjpm Lot la Blark .. kite- Lad D.'. Ca.. B. B. LKATRritUAN.
I Garden club exhibit will receive NOTICES ....... .
aiast until the citrus commission IS. Township IT. Agra a* n.i Cwt wI Ctontt Coart
succeeded to teeth put In 1 1J"I f 10. fS and $3 prize and a wide i Inoue to ka sold are &.liUaiad kr Cortlfi.ata ...i Caavir Flares.111me. ...
Na. Salt af loft and raataaaala Issue Omit Curt Brat)
ridA' fruit laws.The classification of group and individual far tka ram IM. tern IMS o r -
o committee green approwcf of the:I exhibit of potted shrubs r* TUB elective CIRCUIT COURT II OP AND FOR I -Said...tan.. t......If.,......._ kinlkir-1-1 IREAD THC.NM.WANT J.a. :.arrie' D.Q:|:
DAD ( OfKTT. ......._. ...
proposal and agreed to sponsor and cut flower will receive suitable IX ( : aaittwd ar latrtad
OFSrl SLICATI 1 wit' tolkaklakaat alddrr M tka
o such M exchange of notes, Chandler wards. t ORUt.lt .....IiI'.!e**. IDA ,. HMH!. .. tka sigh day af I..."..'
Rft'HIN ..... ... ....
said. The bird department has been IIA\'loo" D.f.ada.L I I I .1. M that aaar af I* aaha'

la the attempt to obtain eonsidderstion widened to Include canaries, pigeons I TOt IDA DAN IDOL r. Sit. BacluaM Btrart.Bralrv "A..,M. be. ar .. aoaa tkaMftar. aa tba aaaM' <

of tariff protection for I love birds acid parakeets In tor. hnaas New Talktoad..dT. and required ..' Dated at. Hlaa/l" / FVartdaTttta Ua .
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Florida grown la the projected' addition to poultry, turkey, ducks 0"our, to the the 8m.ot c'e. ...w eel|I' B. B LEATHEHMAIf. I IIC.
amendment to the reciprocal geese and pheasants. I : :, 104': at% :: r.hr..rw. D. Clerk Ci.pul cl..t.
........ ..aid'001l c....,. Ploetd.
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late 1oa..1MM
agreement with Cuba Senator Top prize of fifteen dollars will -U a by .... cowl:: I
Peppr/ spoke for 45 minutes be- be offered for the best livestock I ThU ads =.r.-pWi.ad : aee.h I 1 Br '"'0. PCNNO.: D. 01Pakll.M ? '1
_, .. then JAIL *. U. s*. Isis
fore the Committee Chandler said.I entries, both singly and In herds. far lase.-.Eo.- a eee |

He was followed by Senator Andrews -, Fifty dollar award will be given I "..r.s..a.hd "both Ms:.1 :=:'t.rWU: : I1f TUB mi'MTT jt'i>nr mi'." wAND Rheumatism Is a disease
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who In turn was followedby for the best community exhibits of
IML j .,.. which has caused
IN PROHATP. Na. r I Ila days,
Congressman Pat Cannon of citrus and other fruits; the best L B Clark" UEATHC11MAM.aa C....... CostDab !I ... ESTATK OP HART .. *.! months and yearTof Intense

Miami I community exhibit of vegetables; Ceoo..,. rtocUa.CABB.ACAER ..tBY....d alhu' HART ANN HANLCT 0.1 suffering. It to the result of
'Cannon prevented the brief of the best community packing house ICImoIt cant ...II1y II I' NOTICE TO fRRDITORSTa improper elimination from
M. SWIFT, Depots Cloh. .
An Cradllota' sad AHPirapa. IfaetCe
the avocado grower M prepared|exhibit of Irish potatoes and the I I Clair ar Deanne Against Said ...' the body.
by E. A. Ames and Chas. Pratt of bat packing house exhibit offruits MicMn see rbhiurr.Ju. I total I
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andash ef kaiakr
I i I raa. are aaVaa -
Redland," Chandler Aid.He vegetables and tomatoes. I tNkd end no-Ind pra..I ..y .. Chiropractic has been most 1
made a masterly argument and I Exhibit of merit not listed are "I Ii I and da..N..hkh : .. ar wither. af Torn,I successful In dealing with
IN THE rot'irrr ji'ixr; cots 11 tat hew ..,/not the ..... af Maps M.
left BO doubt ef his Intention to Invited by fair officials and suitable AND FOR PAD 101'NTT. ILORIDA.IX II....,.. .1''. Mary Aaa II...... --. this disease. The Chiropractor
put up a real fight for tariff even awards will be made. I rXOKATK. N*. late af Daa Ceoon.,.. Ftariaa. to .... Raa locate its cause and removes .
Ill Net E8TATK or rKTLB E. FETEB. W. P. 1110._. county JaaM af D>4alCaaatr. 1
though he Is beginning his tint SON, llmunl aW flit the _ma la aU. aI,.... it.
torsos TO ntRDITOM hi tka c-..,. Ceoort'Dade OmaDF.Plorloa. .
term a* a member of the house ofrepresentatives.
QUIZ CONTESTContinued To All CradlMf .... All P noM Flowing within alllM calaadar _'100 fratotha I "Start getting well today." 1
Claw *r tM..b Against tM .* date af the flee aaalkatlaa. knaaf.'
The avocado industry of Florida Into I said ...,_ ar _... to raatala lain .
Y.., and Oath of .... AN b4..by antinod.ad aadrau af tka rlabaanl aad ta kt ""
asked that the period In which ( from Pan One) ...a/rd/ a praaat any Claim and to and aranaud a. atanaald. vr anaa an i
ba.ndo whkh r .in.r ad l Cuba ship avocado to the row may lip 'I
may I straight fact questions and brainI ha. anlHt UM a>tala of friar n.I Pmhata Art. ,
U S. free of duty (now June 1 to I itwlnter*. Each contestant will OWN Ma...... .Ian nf Dada Ceoo..,. Flow Data I..... S. A. D. tNLKNKST CHIROPRACTOR 'J
I .. tka Hon. W, P. Klaauia. counts P. HOBfRTS.
September 30) be changed to begin II{ draw his own question from a box ;. ot Daaa Counts, and CIU: the lama In A. AitmlnUlmtor. C T. A. af the Name Home BIdg., Homestead '
May 1 and end August 13, In I I and will try to answer It. If he, Ma offk la th lounlr CoarUwnaa I. uf Mary H.. Haabr, allaa Harr Ana
Dad. Fl.rl order to avoid conflict with the',falls to answer the audience will,|i Irma w dita of UM tim public lit.. ....."'.""" .. Jan. e, IMI.Jaa I
peak of the Florida avocado shipping -I be given an opportunity to answer( Wit snot. said..sales se dea.aar to a.a-1 ( 4. IS. I', IT 'till

season. j i lit J

:since avocados were not j I If the audience also falls to! .
: con-I
the four rommodiue to be !! answer the question the student OLU

aidcred !la the amendment lIow-1 1! who turned In the puzzler will be I

,-.-cr. the committee pointed out]I'I awarded a prize.

that the argument and briefs Other features of the program'

would nave to be filed for future Include a short community sing!

{ reference only," said Chandler. I and roll call for both schools, ,

Representative J. Hardm Peterson I Team members from HomesteadP. MAnn

made the principal address in T. A. are: Principal B. M. ,, .. "ISIIDAN-

behalf of the Florida sugar Industry :i Hindman, Willard Fifield. the Ret

The proposed amendment on J. J. Richards Ceo. N. Wskefield, III&MUM&mI

potatoes la to apply only to certified Mrs. Theo. J. Bleier and Mrs. Jane

seed potatoes and not to potatoes Nesbitt e r "

produced for consumption The names find Redland team' DI tauSTATION

a* no representation were made have not beeri"" atmounced. WAeoMDIIMtIy

by Florida potato growers. I'

Buick President to Pay uowf

Farm MarketContinued Visit to Preston 0. Bird
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( from Page One) Harlow H. Curtice, president and';' 10

general market committee, and I general manager of the Buick division -| tNMRIPANU

Wm. J. Genmimo, marshal of of General Motors, accompanied '

Florida City, who co-operated with!1! by E. E. Mclndoo, Atlanta' Again o

the committee. Other members of, branch manager, and Ralph Smithfield I

the committee who were unable 101 representative Is expected In

be present Include County Homestead today to pay a personal> THE NATION'S LARGEST rri:.

mlsi.oner J. D. Redd, Paul C--I visit to Preston B. Bird president Q o

Join F Rohrer and Mow of Preston B. Bird Motor Co- localBulck 9TAII

Overall dimensions of the mar- dealer. j I BUILDER OF TRUCKS

ket building: will be M by 992 __ i N!

400-foot feet II11I loading Mtnexfee platform,a two So cold by'I Homestead Girl Scouts i Brings You Higher Quality ,G ;:: J

office storage There rooms will and I be fully M.OOO equipped square' By ARDCL FARMAV Ii Trucks At Lowe ric.s .w

feet at paved driveway anti parking t t 'n: I I r HEAVY
The stouts mei Tuesday afternoon DUTY

jpaee, covering an area ofnea I at the home of the captain.) FAMOUS VALVr.'NCLnrolf..t'1. anf'f1UaW'trIKk vol.nine "
< !y three acre*. .xn ESS
Mrs. Frank Skin. The tenderfoot .
j HIA TRUCK IM INI naturally enables Chevrolet togivejroa
The plans call for a total expenditure
scout are coming Saturday to *
of tU.363. of which the unequaled truck value.
1 finish their test It will be an allday -! pownnn HTMAUUC '
state marketing bureau M sponsor Chevrolet tracks for 1939 WAVY
camp with a no-utensil meal TRUCK MAMSMAIUVINIW o are q ti
*, mill contribute 125.1n.18 or! at noon. II i!| offered at the burnt prices ever Laatax z suer_
47.Ot per cent. mostly In materials.
I Thursday afternoon a group of; au"... quoted on trucks of such outstand RACK .I

Labor cost will be drawn from girl will meet with Mrs. Skill tol,! UNI rtVCI aTTUNe lag quality. .P
a federal appropriation of
S28.238,1, plan a play based on local legends, cou...".. CAM Ctnrokt"11amoua calveinIkada
or 5191 per cent of the totaL

Centrally located to serve the and The traditions.tenderfoot toi I a TASTILY IMMOVIf Truck Engine bring a* unmatched
scout learned VIMMUTTrUUPlOATIN loa 1'd
'Xtelll1Iannln, area from I combination 0 reliability u"
make j.
triangle bandages and .
Could on the north to the Highland then I and
economy. ;: '
I played a relay race. The DRug .
section on the south the
group studied archery with HitsElizabeth ) axis Chevrolet truck are the only a OOSA.
market la to be built on a 20-acre
Skill.Redlands. N..pp truck, in the entire low-price fielii
tract donated by James Some, t
president of South Dade Farms, oar ..dal. I...,. with all the modern truck advantage .. a.--. '.:

Inc. The land has lilted here. 5A1.evas..aelue aleestae'w ,
a frontage ..
0-"" .a .. trp..6e...... .
the Oversea Highway and on the i "
Cafe ==
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Florida East Coast Railway right- JB YOU lOCAl OffYtOUT( DUIQ Z:: ... Ta A-1. ..-
of-way. Its south boundary line A MNBAi shams VA1M ..
U 100 feet north of Palm avenue, .

Florida City's main thoroughfare.The FLORIDA

main building is to be set back THE THRIFT-CARRIERS FOR THE NATION ,

100 feet from the highway. :=
Dinner ..... 50c

Plate Lunch- : .... 30c I Bird (Chevrolet Co.

MM. A. NABOtS. Fro* 1 108 N. Kromc Ave. Phone 98Pate


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il The Redland RattlerBy use

Emily Eocet M< UNeDe Ke er*

The member of the supreme(grade are: Horace Harvey, from
court met to organize on Friday|I Mississippi, Violet GUbreath, Ala- .
. afternoon. The member are the bama: Trulls Peak, Kansas; and
, chief Justice, Alma Jane Undgren. Pauline Thompson West Palm ,.
; and judge, Marjorie Campbell Beach. [
Emily Engel Marjorie Lewis, I rl : .',
3 Charles Burr,and Howard CTOUM Two of the third grade pupils :;
j The attorney general bat not ret spent the Christmas holidays In nmOM .!
been appointed. Ceorf la. They WeN Larry Sasser \ \
and Jackie Rodger The class -1--1rL. .,
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Student council member who regret) the lot of one pupil Don .I/o Ib .
. attended the student council. meeting Black who ha moved to Perrine {Tv-L .
at Miami High School.* Mar- John Alexander Is a new pupil .
garet Griffin, Lillian Andrew from PortenviUe, Mo. IMPROVEMENT'13
George Kufeldt, and Charles Burr.
Mr. Oofey, the council adviser,
also,, attended. The fourth grade Is glad. to wel-
come several new pupils, Barbara
t Mills of Medford Mass.; Robert
A vary Interesting and enjoyable Alexander oC Portenvtlle,_Mo.; : '
assembly progrtnf Was coar Margarita McCluaey of Manchester there "room for improvement" when you look at your kitchen,

, ducted Wednesday morning. The Tun.; and Dorothy Thonmt living room, bedroom, or bath?
Rev. w.J.Parker led "
t tu In a short of South Miami. .'
1 service and Introduced the
, prayer
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Joy l>uet" of Nashville, Teea. '
. Mist MargaretGriffin*and.,Miai Give your rooms the proper background for indoor living with a'
Dorothy Dennis,who sang"I Want
My Lite to Count for Ju,": Used Cars new color scheme-paint. paneling remodeling.You'll .

"When Bell*," They-Living Ring for Jesus"Those and Golden"It I cl..l 0146.4611e-C.I. w. .. ...'. S.t75C find room in your budget, too, for all kinds of home repairsand
Pay to Serve Jew" We enjoyed improvements if you use the FHA Plan of convenient monthly
them very much and extend to 5U5 -' sdut
1 them a cordial welcome to visit ; S385 payments. We will help you to put through a loan to modernizeyour

'; u*Mr.again.Parker then Introduced the I .INS. rod... Taa..s, seed $150awui present home or to build a completely new home.

. speaker and his wife, the Rev.and ... II
Mr*. J. J. Cough of Harvey, Ill.Evangelist ., rue valets.tiM .-d.-
::. $355 I I"we
Cough gave u* a very "
inspiring talk Building I in and let us show you the latest
on "Temple ....
and Character Building." I Lee .ItI'......1711'.......... ..-..., wwP O.Come treatments for walls, floors,
Miss Fisher I led u* In ringing ..Lest.+1.. 5"S515
number of old tongs. .1 woodwork. Estimates without ob
ek.e oar ,BM uIMI .Mde..m....._. wwP .
The first grid pupil have .dues .15615I ;

planted their spring flower garden .. ...._ .
outside their,window They,I t k. /.et.n ftmlnll
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are growing amaryllls, nasturtium Urisll ... 9O 3PRESTON

and phlox. I I B. BIRD BRO OKER LUMBER CO. i

The first grade la glad to have I
Charles Chamber back I MOTOR CO.
atttt very: .long absence duo again to OPPOSITEJkO AGENCTFUONKII Homestead, Fla. Phone 6211111111111111111,1IlflIlll(1111illlitllllilll1I11ill11111
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| We are going to sell out 120 acres in approximately 2I

| acre tracts. Some of these are located on oiled roads, |

| others are, or will be, on gravel roads. Electric light lines |

| will be extended to any house built on these tracts. We |

| believe there will be available money to build a home to | :

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,' Four ,, THE LEADER!: .'lrnTERPRISB ; ', ,' Friaay, J' .. ta, 1939:

low H. Curtice president and general i the sales established the 1038 peak, 1938 tale performance In the automobile .

.t; THE LEADER 1'ERPRISEc BUICK ACHIEVED manager showed that, with exceeding those of April, May.and Industry li evidenced bye,
December retail deliveries in the June, normally the best season, by \
nMMw4 ./ ... .1 Mimmtttt, ft. the fact that national registrations .'" ,
/ OKM domestic market estimated at 19.- more than 12,000 cars '
W 60 e.e.C P 4 r f ALL-TIME SALES of all new Ears during the first It '.
AICB. _= Slater 000 unite Buick dealer sold 58.- The December estimate of 19.000 month of the year were off more'
J MAIJOaiB UMC *.< 720 car In October, November and units, based on reported sales of than 00 per cent
4 """"___J '_._ '_ __ 2Ll-. I4IW RECORD IN 1938 December, compared with 52274 more than 12.000 through the first In accomplishing the 1938 tale

....... M ..fad elan ww"ij"Walter In the tame period last year and 20 days of the month, represent record, Buick climbed to
war& .. Itl*. M ... ,-. of no. astXON"40.4 I with 83.Otl in 1836, the previous a gain of 27 per cent over last fourth
PtMUta WUW *0 ..* .< place In national registration over
12.-TbI Buick all-time high.Outstanding when December sales totaled
Flint Mich, Jan. year can in considerably lower price
division of General Motor achieved public acceptanceof 14970. It bring total domestic bracket Both the 1938 and 1939
c, inuoiirnoN Sarre all-time tale record In the: the 139 model combined with deliveries of Buick car during
hi Dada CMMf _._. .._.-.i..- ILAGar model of this manufacturer have
.1 ...> c:...', __ KIM fourth quarter of IBM and likewise the sharp upturn In general business 1938 to 189.718. in Increase of 3 been outsold only by the three
produced more car than In evident since midyear ac- per cent over 1938 and a declineof lowest priced makes of can
any corresponding period In the counted for the recordbreakinglast only 17 per cent under last
Paralytic Stroke Fatal history of the company I quarter volume, according to year's retail volume.

I A, To Dr.lausman'sl\lother :..Figure released today by Har-.the executive He pointed out that t That this wa the outstanding' WANT ADS PAY .

t Mr*. Diana Adele Hausmon, SI r. -

J 1 who differed I paralytic stroke .. ...
I Friday of last week, died at 110: p. a" ( "
) m. yesterday Her ton and daugh "
ter-in-law, Dr. and Mr*. Frank '
Haunman, will leave today to accompany FR.EE-AT GULF-the -that'
the body to Tuscaloosa, map
Ala., when burial will be con-

ducted Mr*. Sunday.Hauiman. began spending I thinks .of-things.to do ; 4

'her .winter In Homestead six : r
year ago, and four yeaar ago
moved her to make her homer ::,
r with her-ton and dauhter-In.law. '

'A member of the Presbyterian 1- :;: > :i
; :
,Church, the was active la church '
and civic work until her kit 111neu "
She was born In Tutcsfcosa .. .
: .o', '.."
l"i'" Betide Dr. Frank Hauiman, \
11:, Mr*. Hauiman I* survived by another -
ton Dr Christopher Haul-
man of Tuscaloosa; a daughter
Mr*. J. M McCloikey of Gadsden '
Ala.: a brother, Lee Hagler of ;
Tuscaloosa; a liter, Mn Betty ,;
Cain of West Virginia; five grandchildren ., ,
i among whom are Mn C. .
Hagler Rice and Mill Bertha Nill
\ Hauiman of Homestead, and eight ,'"
great-grandchildren. ":1

Education, Tolerance

Seen Object of Lions "" .
GULPS 93' FLORIDA fUN MAP is a mine of
Since the Lions Club are part of i yeN.w H information on what to do and see In the Son
an international organization, they shine St.'e. there's ao other... nap of Florida
should and must promote education like It! Get your free ropy at the Sign of the .t
and tolerance in a world that Orange DIM today. '
today I I. on the verge of strife and "
catastrophe due In large measure
to Ignorance and prejudice Chaa
x B. Cleveland Miami Beach attorney -
told the Redland District
Lion Club Tuesday night in a I
talk on -Lion lam today" "
ire AIM n fir roe off fat A
J Q. Caldwell, member of the SOY/7f AAgvJT IIACNl6QfI GIRL lde0l;fM tl
0"tauai AKKT A ficn AtavM
club, a report on the h ors awuusk Avma Dwicwx orrtwaa
gave historyof
Lion International.Two NOlI'FlO?/DA ;t em I0RJ7 f mAaGlRjiffAN latterwt/tt wan SNGFFrf/1.Xf aN7LR1YjRIq RAtfAr/A4 *Awl"-
IV / #N'pre rteCIA AMW.r1ords ANO
solos were sting by Mr. R 600D GUlFDEALERS .+ fifty! pATf>'Rr a 4 1 ,
p. Barfleld of Perrlne, with piano
accompaniment by Mn W. OTalbotu ,
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Revival in ProgressAt KJfm YSIT ,: a
Nazarene ChurchThe PiFASANTR/ j

Rev. J. J Cough of Harvey. \
III, it conducting a revival at the
Homestead Nazarene Church this
week. The Misses Dorothy Dennis ,f

and Margaret Qrtffen, known ai I
the "Joy duet" evangelistic singers -
77 TeAwd7r
from Nashville, Tenn, have
charge of the singing
AMC a&=wrFlamm AcM'ONAND..wsres0lMr
The revival, which la attractinga
fief fitestaarAcWMsalutrf MIKE YOU
large number of people of this rtlrrct e raR11
district, will close Sunday The ,VON* mootN6eopaeATrRt MIMING "
services, held every evening except GULF SPECIALS ?

Saturday start at 7:90.
The public li cordially Invitedto

attend lay the pastor, the Rev.

W O Parker. ) ",.. ,


Bank Re-elects PINK "ANOIaa'5' CIUIJICAu-A ..,. ......

r ry1r Novel certificate that furauhn. proof CARS WAIHIO AND I'OU.HID-D.no
(Continued from Page One) 1 of your e....... Space tit snapshot and UIM travel (rim*. A ..nll.o& tbor

31, 1038 are U73,377.'l8. comparedto r wits..w _'nat....... ouch job.It's \, ,.,
$31748391 in the statement of
Dec 31. 1937, Mr Loaner said that
deposit here are at their lowest ij2J
ebb In December due to heavy
withdrawal for Mil Kl wAna-M.gbay refroshiasUtrPalaa Oft CHANOI -Rtplwe*
operations travel.won ml with nth. 100% Pure ,,
and will be much greater at during a long cfri... At most Good Penna. I th
right FlarUt
Cnlfilralm',along with .old,
the peak of and after the harvest druik bottled .

More Security ...... 'I"
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'Ha your fiance that 'certain ,rI'
"something1 A !

Yes,, but I wish he had 'tome GULF KO-NOX mm-The kiMrt.proof .
thing certain too.-Ex. GULF tUHrCAnON-Cfto rid of Ir...l in you need be highspeed tour-
Sgo.eaks-an expert, low_job. .INN la rnodcra higk-rampreMioii can!
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.. Friday; Jan. 13.1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE *.: >w'3.. ." P&.T.

II I ha purchased thirty acre of the Tennessee-Oklahoma football I '

Burden property on which n* plan game. PRINCETONMr.

;, In and to plant an avocado grove and. n
Around Charles Rehrne has arrived from W.
some time In the fuVro, to build and Mrs. B. McVkker J
i a home. Sums ltvul., Ind., to spend the of Coconut Grove are announcing
winter with his son-in-law and the arrival of an .eight-pound,
Homestead I daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Daniel Andrew.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wayt an- NeUon.R ,
nounce the birth of a seven-pound Mrs., J:. I. Atkinson of Royal
daughter, Mary Louise, on Jan. 9. Shepherd is In charge of the Palm Park!: entertained the members
F. J:. C. station which opened on of the park committee of 1935
MM. Margaret Maynard and her wood pent Tuesday with Mr. and Mist Avis Griffey Richmond Monday for the season. I to 1MT at a luncheon on Friday,
Utter, Miss Elizabeth Ricaud. re Mrs. J. R. Byrum.Mr. Va.. and her mother, Mn. Giles, of I Jan. '. This committee i* composed
turned Sunday from I visit with Miami Beach, called on Mrs. J:. J. Mr. and Mn. Johnny Becker: and of the chairman, Mr*. W 1]..
their parent In BwuetivlUe, S. c. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson Moore Tuesday at her home on children moved Monday Into the Bishop Homestead; Mrs. Thomas
have as guests Mrs. Hutchluon's Bauer drive. Miss Griffey, buyer Dixon apartment on Cave avenue. Brewer Redland; Mn. C. N. Hen
t';, The Rev. and Mrs. J:. L Nelson brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and for a large department store in derson, Miami; Mr*. A. W. MC-
.t and their little daughter left Mon- Mn. Tom Homan of Trenton, who Richmond, held a similar positionIn Vicker, Princeton; Mrs. Frank ,
Ceo. R. Todd and Fred Brockett
day for a visit of three week arrived Wednesday. one of Miami' oldest and larg- Stranahan, Fort Lauderdale; and
with relative in Tennessee: till stores some yean ago and 1* spent Tuesday In Key Weak Mrs Dickens of Fart Lauderdale. : '

widely; known In Dade County.. .
Paul Z. Camp left last week for Mrs. John Zcller and her ton-
L L VTilllsm i* in the PostGraduate his home In Washington, D. c., In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Callawayare .
J hospital .for medical after a three-week visit with Jail Mn. M. M. Ramsey and Mrs. E.: Baum of Guttenburg, N. J. arrived stopping awhile In the home !
,, treatment. parent, Mr. and Mr*. C. W. Camp. J. Moore and Mr*. Moore' daughter last week for the winter. of Mr. and Mn. S Odvun.Mr t
While he was here a number of Jane Marie, are spending a
Mr. and Mrs. Dan William have family gatherings were enjoyedby few day in Miami with relative Mr. and Mrs J. H. Miller of *. Claude Robinson and '
daughter of Jacksonville: are the
guest Mrs. .Williams' the fourteen relative who live Pi who arrived
"* cousins, 1 Edlnboro re-
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C ,
Mr. and Mn. WUUam Darney of in MiamI. Coconut Stove and I Mr. and Mn. Lone Jackson and cently are occupying the Walter Smith and are calling M old
Clarksville, Gi. who arrived Sun Red land.Ceo. Batchelor house on Avenue B.
daughter, Milt Edna Melvin Jackson friends. Mrs. Ronlsuo Is the i;
day.. arrived from Grafton, Ind.. former Eleanor: Shields. The family ..
M. Trick will make business Mr. and Mrs. F. Wadsworth of
a recently and have rented the Kelly settled In Florida City when it ,
Mrs. Cuule Joiner and her ion, trip to Orlando Tuesday. Mn house on Silver Faun drive. Toledo, arrived Monday. They are was known as Detroit, Ire the early '
Burrell, have a* guest for the season Frick, who will accompany him, camping In their, house car on days. 4
Mr Joiner's cousins, Mr. and will visit her daughter, Miss Virginia Palm avenue. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Swanson ind
Mrs. H. A. Wilkinson of Dawson, at Stetson University in De- Mr Cora Lott has begun the aA
Ca, who with Mr. and Mrs. H. Land and her sister Mr*. Robert son, Evald of Lanae. Pa. and their Mr. and Mrs D. D. Look left construction of a house on the Iota '
:A. Wilkinson, Jr., arrived last Wlngfleld, In DeLand then spend daughter Miss Ruth Swansea of this week for I stay In Miami.A. recently bought on the school road
MontcUlr N. J arrived
a week with relatives In Jacuon- ,
week. After a abort visit, Mr. and Joining the Fennel property.
to' the former Stone residence -
Mrs. H. A. Wilkinson! Jr., returned ville. occupy C. Stafford left Tuesday for
which Miss Swanson and a
to Dawson.Mr. Tennessee after I two-week visit Mrs. Mary Walker ot Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mr*. C. M: FelcM returned friend bought last year.FLORIDA with his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. wbo la visiting her ton and

and Mn. Joe Adams of MI. to their home Sunday after F Oscar Cloninger.Mr. daughter In Miami, with Mrs. H.
ami visited friends in Homesteadover a three-week visit In Salem, O. CITYMr. J. Gilbert and Mrs. Oeo Walker
the week-end. and Mrs. Jack Cohernour wen callers at the A. W. McVtcker!:
Mr. and Mn. Chas. Camp had arrived Thursdjyitom' Lewlsburg, home on Friday.P .
as guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. and Mn. L, O. Cloningerhad V. Va., for a visit of several weeks.
Mn. M. M. Lawrence has returned as recent guests Mr. and Mrs
Gilbert Peterson of Omaha, Neb, ,
.. to her home in Damascus, Louis Addison of Cleveland. Tenn left" for Ran-
C. A. Smith of Clarion, Iowa,and iGets. Fry ;JJ-ldtjt:
Jr Ca., after visiting her son and Mr. and Mrs. E.! R. Zalesky of and Mrs. Ethel Addison of Chat- ., after an extended vII Itwlth'relativel
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. Miami. tanooga. here

r' L.. Lawrence. I Mr. and Mrs.-John Thomson of A. C. Stanford, adjutant of Post Miss E. Gardner of Lewlsburg, ; a

William Edwards has returned Nashville'were here Sunday lookIng No. (9'of' Athens, Tenn., a cousin W. Va.. arrived Friday to Join her
to Winter Park after a visit with i over their Emore drive grove of L. O. Cloninger, and Kenneth uncto Dr. J. E. Irwin who Is ,
',' his mother, Mrs. Virginia Edwards : which they purchased last wln.rr. Elliott of Tennessee Wesleyan College spending the winter at the home
!4Mn.. Edwards' son-in-law and : Misses Margaret and Virginia at Athens, Tenn., returned to ot Mr and Mrs. J. H Simmons.Mr. .
daughter, Mr.: and Mrs. Rudolph : Delaney of Miami spent Sundayin their home Wednesday after visiting and Mrs. Clifton DeBerryand }
Aebl, and their ion, Billy Bush the Redlands with r 'a lives. the Clonlngen. They withJ. children and Miss Clarabelle ; How'"BIG"ee"RICH' i
Other visitors at her home, have I B. and Junior Cloninger and Stewart moved to Homestead )

returned, Ga. to their home In Newman R. McCloud of Miami Springs Howard Thompson attended the Monday. I :..' It

Mrs. D. L. Bowen was taken to!
the Kendall hospital Monday evening Statement of Condition is this Company?
in a critical condition.
You hive no doubt heard the i:
Lucian Dalgle of Goulds underwent The First National Bank of Homestead"i telephone company referred, M er
a minor operation at the I i thought of It yourself M a big rich !
Post Graduate hospital Tuesdayand HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA I and powerful company. .
returned to his home Thurs The Southern Bell Telephone

day. Condensed from Report to Comptroller of the Currency I properly Company serve has to you be and big more la order than t a. t(:

As of December 31,1933RESOURCES million other telephone subscribers',
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Raymes of In the South. It has an ON option se
Fort Pierce and their daughter, meet your demand*tor adequate snddependableielephoneaervlot ,

the Dorothy winter., arrived Tuesday to spend Loans and Discounts ....... ....................................... ...$ 83077.73 I tar bow big they may be. Big.nonat-, and \ '

% Federal Reserve Bank Stock ..........................__.....\...... 1,350.00 _able too, la the army of telephone. ,'
un. More than nineteen thousand '
Mr X. r... Atkinson left Friday Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .........:..-....- 14,323.93 of them are required to serve 1'4!

for a visit in Waycross, Ga. and Other Assets ......... .. ........ .. ..... ............ 1,533.56; I I the South efficiently, day and night.
Newport News, Va. United States Gov't.: Securities i i :::::::::::::$:39,343.75: I The Consist riches of of swluhbotrdt the telephone haildlnt company '

Mr*..H. J. Adam of Cordell Federal Land Bank Bonds ...................... 30,000.00 SMdera>. wires teJepbene,.cables and plans Jn and irumenia_

Okla., arrived last week to spend Other Marketable Bonds ........................ 39,997.50 I mint to serve nor than a .eonip-maiio !
the winter with her lister Mrs Cash on Hand and Due from Banks .... 213,374.20 ubeaiben. Moat of this property !{
J. H. Huau, and her ton and 322,715.45 would be valueless If the public
I need for service should
daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mr*. cease. !
Joe The mean, received by the telephone
Adams of Miami and Mr. and

Mrs. Wayne Adams of TOTAL......................_..._._.._.$423,002.72 I II out for company_........I to..lftial.continually... law paid "
and to bond anduocUiolclen for the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tavernler'l tut of their savlnn with which the j
Friday for Birmingham LIABILITIES I company has bought the equipment '
and tools needed his the servlcs.

attend. the funeral Mr. Wright'slister. Capital Stock .....................................:..............__$ 25,000.00 I Every penny received' by the tele. .

Carl Wagner B. M. Hindman Undivided Profits ..............._............................--......--. 1,624.96 with J'n regulations prescribed by

and Chas. O. Turner will attend I DEPOSITS ................................................-................. 373377.76 I aim be kepi Male open authorities.at all time They for
I district conference called by I
toimmemal Imnectlon. They ire

' ''.... lish State In Superintendent West Palm Beach Colin today.Eng TOTAL..........................._........_$423,002.72 audited accountants regularly accredited Outside

Member Federal Reserve System AU the power the company pos-
H. H. SneUgroM is In the PostGraduate eases h granted to It by state and
hospital suffering from Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation federal but U cannot
shoos,> us i customers and Its rate
a broken arm and bruises which
practices are regulated and coo
j$ resulted from a fall Sunday night I .. -. polled by govern ental ....
In the Peters
packlpa house where
' OFFICERS: telephone company Is power
he is night watcHman. Std however ta some things. It Is

Luther Davis of Hones Path, s.1 MAX LOSNER T. J. HARRIS THOS. E. KIRBY loyalty powerful of In workers Its unity It of poewaes purpose and the

c., i* visiting his cousin, Mr. and, President Chairman of the Board Vice President power of the beat minds la naeatch.

Mr J. R. Byrum, this week.: Mr.' W. C. PAYNE A. E. CAMPBELLCashier I Invention the power and of the manufacture.highest Ideals It has ot
and Mr Charles Hall of Holly1TranerY Assistant Cashier service and the courage to go for ,i
ward. 1Ivthe\ public the mail
service and the beat at the lent coalcontinent
j DIRECTORS with financial
Funeral Home stability t

tl-tnt AMBULANCE SERVICE E. A. Carter J. W. English T. J. Harris Thos. E. Kirby SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE

Lady Attendant Max Losner Frank B. Rue A. F. Webb AID TELEGRAPH COMPANY

Phone 564-R Homestead Fla. t I IMCOirOIATIS

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: I Social Events in South Dade :': J

The Calendar

I"I Jan. IS Joint meeting of Red- --
I MlM Iva Janet Conner, ceuorlei and a cottage of pink, land and Homestead P. T. A.'* in women composer was ment played by Mn. J, D. Redd.

' ter of Mr. and Mn sweet peai. almost Homestead at 8 p. m. the theme developed by Mn B. Mn. Wm. Mussel white tang "Noe.
lived In Homestead
dauih-I She hat
y Conner married, and Arthur Saturday all of her life and was graduated -: Jan. 14.-Homestead P. T. A. E. Gatlln, leader, at the Monday turne" by Curran to accompaniment

were the of the first from Homestead High Schoolin i program over WIOD st 11 a. m. Music Club meeting this week at by Mn. Joi. Elder.
odist Church of Homestead by the 1934. Jan. 18 Junior Woman' Club the home of Mr. and Mr. Willard Announcement wu made that
tutor, the Rev. J. J. Richard The bridegroom U I ton of Mr., shower for clubhouse at 8 p. m. Fifield. at the next meeting, which will be
Marie and Mn. McKee of Bridgeport, Jan. 18.-Social meeting of Junior -
I Also Emily Engel, Mlulet Mn. A. W. Hutchinson told of held Feb. 13 at the home of Mf.
e id Aida Conner and Robert Gauicni N. J. He was born In Princeton,, Woman' Club. and Mn J. R. Rutland the program
witnessed the ceremony I N 1.. and was graduated fromhigh Jan. It Meeting of Garden Mlscha Elman'i American concert will be givers by men, and
The bride wore a blue crepe I school there. They will live Club in Woman' Club of Homestead tour. Mn. Frank Webb talked each member may Invite her bus-

drew trimmed In white, white ac- Iin Homestead building I about the Miami Music Festival to band or another guest.
Jan. 19 Meeting Homestead
a.Of be h.ld.1n the Burdlne, Stadium Each guest was presented with
B P. W C. at I .
Ili '. DR. IRENE SHANKLIN INSTALLED NOBLE Jan. 17. Meeting p of HomesteadW. Feb. 18. The festival march bat a red rosebud Corsage.

l GRAND OF LIBERTY R E B E K A H LODGE M. S. circle I been compoaed by Maria Zucca; she The hostess. Mn'FlfleleVndMn.

Jan. It.-Meeting of American: aid, and there will be marching A. M. Logan, served refreshment
Dr. Irene Shanklin was Installed Present beside those named Legion Auxiliary In Legion hall after the program.
bands, drum and bugle
noble grand 'of Liberty Rebekah were: Mr. and Mn J. A. Hudson,, at Ip.nl. ,corps accordion Present besides those already
", Lodge at Monday evening's meetIng I Mr and ),Irt. Leslie Bitter, Mr Jan .-Meeting of Presbyterian bands, mesa choruses, aamed-were: Mrs.'Julian H.:Web-:
and Mn. C. H. Cachet Mr. and dances and contests. Mn. H.. C. H.' .
by the deputy district president Auxiliary. star Mn. Collier Mrs.Q. L
Mr*. O. C. Radford, and Mn. W. A. Brook Mrs. J. H Jan. 20.-Meeting of Ad Astra Nichols talked about Alexander Cault,' Mn Lee H. Lehman,' Mrs
member of Coral Rebekah Lodge Robert, Jr. Mr. Leila Kantro,, chapter O. K. S.' Klpnls, famous Russian basso. I. P. McLean, Mn W. B. Mills,
of Coconut Grove I Mn. Lena Brickley, Mr. Lillian Jan. 24.-Meeting of I', L. and Mill Mary Grace English I Mn. C, Hagter Rice, Mrs. WI E,
The hall was decorated with Hamlin-Mn. Sylla Zearley, MissFanny T. Club with Mrs. A. W. Jonei pupil of Hannah Asher, played.. a Rheney Mn Carl Wagner Mrs.
pink and streamers, pink Johnson, August Witt, JackIlr.n Jan. 14.-Social meeting of piano solo, "White Jasmine, by I Oeo. N. Wakefield, Mn S.L.'W st,
.flower and green pink and lights !!, James D. Hendry, W. D Woman' Club of Homeitead Miami composer, Olive Dunyan Mn. J. J. West Mri J. W. English;
and candles. The trellis on Mahan, Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin, T Jan. 26.-Meeting of Study Clan Mn. Lloyd Delta tang "Boat Song"by Mn. Ceo M. Frick and Mist Re.becca .
i A. Russell and E. S. Caplinger. at Lobdell home. Harriet Ware to accompani Fisher.
either end of the hall were decorated -
with pink roses and fern Jan. 30.-President's balL
Feb. 1.-Meeting of W. M. U.
basket of and
fronds, and rose CLASS TO DISCUSS FAULTS
window boxes of pink flower and circles PALERMO SPAGHETTI HOUSE
allow to Overcome Fault will
fern used effectively.
were be the subject bf discussion at the SORORITY MAKES Florida City, Fla. (Florida City Garage Building)
t The other officer Installed Included class In applied- psychology in the, PLANS FOR PARTY
: dil.nBI I. P.bM. I clinic room fl the Neva King The Kappa Phi Delta Sororitymet SPAGHETTI AND :MEAT BALL DINNER 40c

.Lean, treasurer, C I Cooper School Tuesday evening Monday evening at the homeof Home-made Italian Bread 8c loaf
Chapman: recording secretary, at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Mary Frances Arthur and
Mr' R. W. Mulllns, and financial I I HOME MADE APPLE PIES (Made: With Fresh Apples)
I The course has been extended to made plan for a party to be held
Mrs Edna Strickland.
secretary Include additional lectures. Any next week. Several prospective! JOE PALAZZOLO Prop.
officers Installedwt
one Interested Is Invited to attend members were voted In.
I e warden Mn Nclla Mac ._
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Hunt: chaplain, Mrs. H. B. Beat- ,
: IIi: j'UPl'-" ,.iY1i1 1
tic musician, Mrs E. S. Caplinger;
rli\t:' supporter to the noble grand,
Mrs R. c Moon; left supporter to e
the noble grand Mr. Florence
Pacetti, right supporter to the } Sears Pre-Inventory

vice-grand Mr. Annie Messer-I _' r: .
smith; left supporter to the vice-I
grand, Mr. Louise Jones; Inside .
guardian, Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe; rP1nj ,
outside guardian, Mrs. Mollle Wm-
gate i Furniture
The visiting Installing staff was

composed of deputy marshal, Mrs 4 ettlt r I
Ethel Culm; deputy warden, Mrs
Ethel Vandccar; deputy secretaries, TM eon "do mlngi" wflh year I
Mrs Edith Brand and Mn. Minnie lair after tt ha bee tveaBteltoa a
King; deputy treasurer, Mrs.Martha Permanent Ware Ifs

Nlckeasen, deputy chap real to loadla and looks I lovely
. lain. Mrs. Alma Kloppel, deputy .t cut tune, We leoomnwnil Clearance i
1 musician Mrs Barbara Ilendry; i
I and deputy Inside guardian Mrs Shelton Thermlque Croqnlf nole :

Rachel WilL The color bearer, Have 1
> who were also escort to the deputy lanai ...._ Tints N.rle.lle C. J
i .
marshal, were Mrs. Naomi
\t{ Etten t Mr*. Cora Russell and Mrs HIKE'S BEAUTY

Daisy Talk Chronlster.were made: by H. B. Beat- PARLOR

tie, junior past grand master and III MrCnry Arr.4Allr* ......, %
grand representative of the sovereign owneroe.e.terPhses
I' grand lodge; Claus Grlnold w 20t9R20 50
" junior grand warden; Dr. Shank :
: Its and member of the installing "
team. D. Leonard W. Haskln

Mr*. I. P. McLean lang Down <*c hi Rye ....... I
'. ...! Repairing .l I
the Redlands. Robert Cap. I.-.H. I
linger, Harry Hill, Charles Eunice
and Ronald Caves I. rtnt it, III.... ru. IAtt
furnished music ,
C l during the evening OMMKI.M T.na NOW :
Mrs. Caplinger, chairman of the
' decorating committee, was assisted ,
by Dr. Shanklin, Mrs. Wlngate,
Mr Meisersmlth, Mr. Wolf and DR. C. II. DENDY

Mn Mr Mullln Mullln and Mrs. Caplinger Osteopathlo rhyiklMPhene .19 At Sears Odds and Ends Bldg. :

had charge of the I
' refreshmentcourse Ilemestead. Fla Across the Blvd. from Sears 14th 1
. -aandwlchei, cookie and at St. ,
coffee. co- arn I Dena I

...........".."..".'..". ...".."..".."...."...."..."."."."".. 111111,1, fill.''''..,,,....,..,..,,,.,..,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Odd Suites, Single Pieces, Floor Samples, Some slightly marred,

: .Q..U.'S..T' Discontinued Lines, but all outstanding values that must be )

cleared at once, as they must be out of our inventory when our C

fiscal year closes January 31st. No Phone Orders. No I'

: VOW_ M SP !; LTO ."S C. 0. D.:@. All items sold As Is. Take advantage of our easy c

time payments.

.. ; (Jdo/1u p Across the Boulevard from Sears at 14th Street, Miami Jr

; '- d'A BEAUTY SCCItT"; 1I

*: Mori WOI'MIhaft .. Sears Roebuck and Co. 1I
1 BEAUTlFUli KArU Mier
& tockqt: \

PAT'S BEAUTY PARLOR Hours, 9:30 to 5:30; Saturday, 9:30 to 9:00 Ample Free Parking

: Home Skit Homestead, Fla. Pbeae II
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Mon- me- ,,. ..- .

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Friday, Jan. 13.1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE_ P.

a benefit bridge party every and Catherine Gann. A. E Smith, Mrs Sam Alexander-,
Thursday In the clubhouse for thereat The other guests were: Mrs. A.' Mrs. Kern Eaker. Mrs. 0 M. Coop
: of the season. ,L. Lanier, Mrs. George Gann. Mn. I ler and.Mrs. Andrew Terburg. 1
:1 Social Events I IMIL Mrs. H. Ruegg and Dr. Irene I

Shanklin will be hostesses at a -- .
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social meeting of the club on

.. Jan. 24. J! !!rrV !!

AND MRS. POLK GIVE R W. Mulllns,, Mrs. J. W. English, MRS. JAMES BIRD
COVERED DISH LUNCHEONMr. Ralph Moon; hospitality, all officers TO BE CLUB HOSTESS
and Mrs. Jack Polk snter- ; decorations, Mrs. Paul Reynolds The Junior Woman's Club of THE DIXIE DRUG
tamed Sunday afternoon from S to Mrs. Preston B. Bird, Mrs. Homestead at a meeting Monday
6 o'clock! with a covered dish A. W. Hutchinson; ways and evening.In the clubhouse made
luncheon on the lawn of their means,, Mrs. Schneider, Mrs. Lloyd plan for selling ticket for the Homestead, Florida
home. Delta, Mrs. E.!: J. DyaL President's ball on Jan. 30.
Present besides the host and Mrs. Caves and Mrs. Albert Mrs. James Bird will be hostess -
hostess and their little son, Jackie, Meybem will have charge of the to the club next Monday '
were: Mr. and Mri. L. '1'. Ash, Mr.I I refreshments and program for the evening, it was announced. I .-
and Mrs. A. L. McMillan and next meeting Jan. 20.

children, Patty Orville and Billy,I Mrs. Frank Rue attended a Past Spt&iaatwdidA.dkvk l lnlO SUPUTIIIH t:
Miss Irma Bumgamer, Mrs. J. A.( CLASS MAKES President's parley luncheon at the ';
Helms and Miss Christine Helms' CITRUS CANDY home of Mrs. A. L. Birzell in Not Water Softle/ R 70RR BLADES
all of Fort Lauderdale; Miss M. V. The Homestead Home Demonstration Coconut Grove Tuesday. After f' J
Tarboux, Miami, Mr. and Mrs. 7. Club canned grapefruit the luncheon, a business meetingof I Hide la eaeelste taar,
E. Lane and children, David and hearts and made citrus candy and this Legion Auxiliary societywas IJ q.SIJ ae It A 5f19c
Cherry and Miss M. V. Tarboux of Florida conserve Wednesday at a held, officers were Installedand caatlMk.Spotgt FZa&SM
Miami; and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. work meeting In the clubroom.: the new members were ini-

Polk Mrs. Dora Horne and John Miss Eunice Grady, county agent,' tiated. Roxbury HPpick 25 Purtftrl
Foulk of Homestead directed the work.
Present were: Mrs. Harry D. BABY CAROL MARIE ROBERTS Rubber Gloves A-a-DIG "l S If
SHOWER FOR CLUBHOUSE Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mrs. Geo. N. Mrs. J. H. Roberts Jr.. gave a |> lot*. ,.
Mrs. Claude Campbell,Mn Russell Wakefield, Mrs. Fred Redd, Mrs party at her home Jan. S in cele- 21taIf:: lost CAP'UU'7J CA '/

Home and Mrs. James Bird Carl Drawdy and Mrs. Earl bration of the first anniversary of robust _.
will be hostesses at a miscellaneous I Cravey, her daughter, Carol Marie. rw
shower Monday evening for the N_ .1 Kodak pictures of the children
.onel"I / r Package J Z. sat Jttxal
remodeled and repainted buildingof 'MRS. LEHMAN IS HOSTESS were taken.
the Woman's Club of Homestead TO WOMAN'S AUXILIARY The birthday cake was decorat. fat oery CHERRY BARK '
The clubhouse will be Mrs. Lee H. Lehman was hostess ed with pink and green rose buds S tf COUGH SYRUP I
opened at 7:30 and the to the Woman's Auxiliary of and one candle. Punch and cookies 17J SNHTSI .
Deliihtful taste.Comforts I
ment will begin at 8 entertain-I St. John's Episcopal Church Fri- also, were served. 75 NViiarjwMin coufha 2*
refreshments will be day afternoon. Mrs. Robert Brown The little guests were: Earl and vnuM C due lo colds. ;
The members are asked to bring conducted the devotionals and Jaunita Smith, Grletje, Mary, Andrew
something old or something new,| Mrs. J. E Gauzens presented a Jr., and Marjorie Sue Ter- i '
and there is to be a small cover. religious education program on burg, Rennie and Bobble Marks,
charge. peace. Helen and Ruth Elsie Tomerlin, LUNCHEON '
The auxiliary will have a guest Charles and Vermeda Eakeni, FRESH t!
DICKIE HUFF OBSERVES day meeting at the home of Mrs Pearl Marie Cooper and Donald

HIS SECOND BIRTHDAY Geo. N. Wakefield on Feb. 3. j DAILY .ICE ,
Mrs. Richard Huff
gave a party \
Jan. 5 In honor of the second anniversary WHITE ELEPHANT SALE '
of her son, Dickie. The ANNOUNCED BY CLUB 11:30 to 2:00 CREAM $ I
party was given on the lawn of The Homestead B. P W. C decided Tropical Cafe
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Clark, grandparents Monday night to hold a white
of Dickie.Refreshments elephant sale In Hospitality House. I doors north of city hall {

were served at along The date was tentatively set for HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA
table near the center of the 1 Jan. 21.

yard Pink and aqua streamers I A program meeting of the club Regular dinner ...... 50c You're always welcemt lnacrfptfoneji t.cfasow IJ,
and sweet of the tints will be held Monday evening.JPRESDYTEKIW our store a.here .core ore double-checked
peas lama Plate lunch ....... .... 33c yea
matched the
decorations of the get jut,friendly serwcv. DRUGS fwho tor aaaiJ.laussirG.
AUXILIARY $ rake de
birthday cake.
The boys were given trucks as I| MEETS IN CHURCH Miss' Ruth Sleffanl and Mrs. i
favors and the girls, books. The Woman's Auxiliary of the Florence Kercado Props.
The little guests Included: Peter First Presbyterian Church held a
Hester, Rose Marie McCIung, Janet meeting Jan. S in the church. \"
Cooper Janice Howard Johnson, Bible study was led by Mrs. R. ,. .1 ;.

Bobby Brown,Jean Dendy, Johnny] Kinard. R.I
Denby, Herblr Turner, Patricia|) Tbe next meeting will be Jan. 19.1 ':\
Walton, Jackie Caves.
Others present were: Mrs Virginia
Walton Mrs. J. A. Hooks, e
I The F. L. and T. Club met Tuesday -
Mrs. Harry Cooper, Mrs. Burley
evening at the
home of Mrs.
Dendy, Mrs C. H. Denby, Mrs.
Robert Brown, Mrs. Herbert Turner Florence Pacettl for a short business -

Mrs W. B, Caves, Jr, Mrs.I bingo session and five and hundred.an evening Prizes of ....-.
Lee H. Lehman, Mrs E. A. Mol-, -
were won by Dr. Irene Shanklin,
kentlne. Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Huff,I Mrs. Lena Brlckley and Mrs. H. "JI&'
and Miss Ellen Huff. B. Seattle. YOUR PAY

V. W. A.tTO MEET .I I A salad course was served. (
NEXT TUESDAYThe Those present were: Mr. and EHVEL01E_., .\ ::
Y. W. A. win meet next, Mrs. R. O. Moon Mr. and Mrs
Tuesday evening at the home of>''Leslie Ditter, Mrs. Cora Belle
Miss\ Lucille West to perfect reorganization -I'I Grinold Blanche, Mn. R. W Mullins, Mrs A Home of YOU id
plan made this week Chapmqn, Mn. E. S. Cap-
at a meeting at the home of Mn.I I linger, Mrs Harry D. Wolfe, Mrs
J. Tom Vann. Mrs. Frank Irwin I'I I Harry Defiler, Dr. Shanklin, Mrs.

group and Mrs Vann are leaden of the I IW I|I A.Beattie W. Jones, Miss Mrs.Louise Brickley Pacetti,,Claus Mrs. I The sensible terms of the FHA Plan put home

!Grinold, Edw. Pacettl Harry Dcgi -
ownership on a convenient, paybythemonthbasis.
M. U. CIRCLE MEETS :iler i; and David FredericksI .
WITH MRS. S. 1. WEST I I I Equal monthly installments: about the

Circle Three of the W. M. U of, CLUB SET THE TO PFRMIT YOUNGER i same as rent payments, make it possible for
First Baptist Church of Home-i'
The Woman's Club of the responsible family with a regular Income
stead met last week at the home I Homestead ,
of Mn. S, L. West Mri. H. Collier I I: decided Tuesday to permit I to build a home.
conducted the devotionals.| the youiter members of the district

Current missionary news was., to use the clubhouse for We will be glad to explain this "pay out of
dancing and parties U I II
given In brief, and Mrs W. E.I I they are
Lewis read an article, "The Missionary -/I chaperoned by at least one mem- your income" plan of owning a home. Come
ber of *
Ministry of the Sunday the club. in and let's discuss
your home-building plans.Modernization .
School Board." club decided, also, to haveGLASSES 1 ,
The next meeting will be at the 1 Loans
-no mortgage to
home of Mrs.Lewis on Feb. 1. Ark IRyJRIlft up
.11UIC1IiG $2,500-nake( ( it possible for you to make repairs
APPOINTMENTS MADEAt $ I _T. Keep and Improvements and pay for them a

the meeting of Ad Astra Wide. I little each month.
Chapter of the O. E. S. In Odd I y Make, I
Fellows hall Friday evening the, I
new worthy matron Miss Alice 1I
Macomber,announced the appointment -I!

finance of, the Charles following Turner committees Mrs.:I W. D. HORME CO., Inc.

Frank Schneider W. B. Caves; re-j I Frank L Skill Owner
lief, Mrs Oeo. W. Turner, Miss < prawlaaw 64 f.Nese dw fe eye.la ,
ther Lq.pMtasrAe R Livingston;: *. caa he hassled. 6t.e.s LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
haw h u ed ehass.ade t.q slant
visiting Mrs. Annie R.Butler, Mrs.,! ."
Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman
Phone 507-J Homestead Fla.
; examining, Mrs. Harold I Dr. L W. Stebbins ,
Sheffield Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mra.1 I Tlumdan-l- .. ... I

W-M. Bradley registration,- .\

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Aft BOYS TRAINATFLORIDAFAIR i Done and Kissara to Ran i
I One Stop Station Here I

R H. Done and Wm. A. Kissam
have taken over the Texaco serviceon SODA
I N. Krome avenue at fourth D Salmon.I
street for operation under the Crackers .
name of Texaco One-Stop Service
la preparation for their trip to Station.
the State Fair at Tampa the first Mr. Done, who has been a resident lb. box 1 lb, can10C
4 wk 1A February, the agriculture of this area for several yean
classes of Homestead High Schoolare Is well known in Homestead business ,
studying the judging! of livestock circles, and Mr. Kissam 1 Ia a
and poultry. young man of service station experlenc .. MEN ft 11 10C I
Three teams will be selected to from Miami. A repair
garage In connection with the station -
fairone will be In the charge of "Dea Kellofg's 2 pkgs.| Monitor 14 oz. bottle I
4 t lag contest, another to judge poultry con" Green, well known Homestead
and the third to judge vege automobile mechanic. An I
table and fruit display auto paint and body repair shop I CORN FLAKES.. .. 15c CATSUP . ... .. lOc
Prices offend for these contests In another part of the station Is''
during the fair amount to '500. operated by Ted Scarborough.The .
addition a silver cup will Inl station ha been repaintedand I' Any Brand 6 OifSifFFOOD COVERS
awarded the winner of the -
Is undergoing rearrangement
::1 fIADI 9 K* AND tit. CMHXMaeDMSC
cattte JudUnf. National awards V' [*
a trip to Cleveland to the world'spoultry RADIO DEBATE CALLED OFF I ASK 03 FOR VICTIMS
: eonfress will be given Because of fanure to line up or .
three boy eight school to participate in the 5 SPRY 3-lb. 57c
20c can
While the boys are attending district radio debate, planned to cans-
u, the fair they'wilt participate lathe take place this month the pro-i
special celebration of State trams have been called off. OMGINAl aoOCKI
w, future Farmer Day,Jtb. 4. Original plans Included I debates' TOMATOES )Iff. cans .._ 19c SERVING SPOON
between eight schools from West I'' Aria INO/WOIMI
Write Radio Scripts Palm Beach to Homestead and a SERVER
In Contest on Safety grand prize of a watch was to bej I CORNED BEEF VR
F Target 15c 25
offered to the winning, speaker. I can. L4lb.LUXum23C a a M

Members of Mrs. Marlon Elder's ASK US fO DfTMURINSO
junior and senior English classes P. T. A. to Present Glee
k art planning to write radio scripts Club in Radio ProgramThe I
based oa the subject of safety to
be submitted In a national contest Homestead P. T. A. will _
sponsored by the Automobile Association present the Homestead High School
of America. Glee Club in its radio program at
National prize In the contest Is 10:30 Saturday morning over I
public address system for the WIOD LARS iUOUUftRegular
school in which the winner Is en- Mrs. Margaret Mills, director of BANANAS, Golden Ripe, 3 Ibs. 14c 19k .... lOc

rolled. i the glee club, has selected for the Large .. 23c
} program "The Lord Is My Shep FANCY WHOLE GRAINS EWANP
l PLAN INSPECTION TOTE herd" by Koschat, "On the La- t RICE LBS. 19c
yl ; OF STUDENT CROPS I I goon" by Brahm, and "Clrlblrl-
Crop projects of the agriculture bin"l by Festalozxl, announces Mrs
classes of Homestead High School I I J. E. Gauzens, radio chairman. t
were Inspected recently by group Mrs. A. D. Banks of Hialeah 20.lh.Margherita a.
composed of senior and junior boys I radio chairman of Dade County
and Principal Baker M. Hlndman. Council of Parents and Teachers
i The tour,In the nature of an ex: will open the IS-mlnute program bag
periment. Included Inspection of with a abort talk on the value of COOKING OIL 7'3 bars 19c
the plantings of tomatoes potatoes, radio to outlying districts HIALTH 00A
r squash and beans being farmed by The Redland P. T. A. program
the classes. will be given on April 25.I 79 I TOILET
w Plans are now being made for I I ...::; Gallon 99c IIY
'' a larger tour of the projects which i STUDENT BUILDS LIBRARY SOAPMEAL
will be open to parent and patrons EQUIPMENT
of the IcbooL111BSCaIPTlON fine for overdue book and 3 bars :
ls If
magazine are now being spent In or GRITS, 5 Ibs ... 15c : ?
TO TRADE the purchase of material for the
r KAQAZDiE: GIVEN SCHOOL construction of needed library
Student in interior decoratingor equipment, which will Include f COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER lb. 33c
manual training classes will magazine rack and stands and CLOROX ,
find an addition to their supply of filing drawers.
source material in the magazine Building of the equipment is When HI T'BALLOON SELF RISING
The Builder, a subscription to being done by an eighth grade boy, CICROXCLEAHbVl 5 Ibs. 101bs. 20 Ibs.
which has been given the library Clayton Camber, in his own work 25 C Flour
by the Brooker Lumber Company. shop. Disinfected! 19c 31c 55c


EGGS Shipped.l\lixed. Doz. 33c for

Good Used Cars I JEllO-

L &S. lib.Jar i"a'4 -i
=;;:;t' ;I 17C
Peach or Apricot Butter _-. 17c OUIIG_!_ vo. '"

[ aildTrucks i ----- I

I .Meat Items.
i 1930 Buick Sedan; good condition; cheap. Pkg. .. ..

f 1931 Chevrolet Truck cab .
; body; good tires;
t good condition; priced low. IOC Breakfast Bacon GOLD COLN 31c

r t
1931 Oldsmobile Sedan.

EllBeckCANESYRUP Pork Shoulder sn"R WHOLE _I.B. ::17
1935 Chevrolet Standard Coach. Economical

transportation. Clean.
Qt bottle 18c Western Round, lb. __.._....... 2ge
. .
'. 1935 Ford Coupe. Paint fine; motor good; tires STEAKS {Sirloin, lb. ._........... 33e
OK. Chow Meln Noodle

with each con of la Choy
1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan. 'Looks fine
Pr.par.d M.
motor excellent. SHANE ZZC
1934 Ford Short Wheelbase Cab Truck. 4 tires

:, nearly new; dual wheels; good body. Spring Leg 0' Lamb,lb. ...... 25c

LAM B { Shoulders, I& .......... IGc
nR.5ryCkarMela Rib Chops, tb. ........ 2ge

Bird Chevrolet Co. _,

BOTH CHUCK ROAST, Western, lb. 25C


108 N. Krome Ave. Phone 98 "" 29c GA. SMOKED BACON, Ib... ZZC

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;1 Friday Jan. 13, 15139 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Nine

i .

;. : Many Money Prizes in Fruit Festival Premium ListAGRICULTURE I

, .
Standard or Commercial Packing or Bunch lard Norman, Wilson Foppell,
I DEPARTMENTN Vegetables Redland F. F. A. Notes Philip Reams, Walter Rutxky.
Size, marketable _.__ ._ 10 points I- Taylor W11U Louis
Robert Vlpk,
By Harold Hampton r*ertfr
Entry Fee phuyed Truenes to type __ 15 point
.._._ Vrana and Calvin! Woodhot -
AU exhibit In this department should hav Uniformity U point .
been grown by the exhibitor on his or her farm pin r Freedom from blenl4het___ 15 point I The fled and d chapter held II
hit or her garden In Dade County.All' Commercial value ____ 15 point teachers' night last for her
.. program! Tuesday -
Package ______._ 5 point I
exhibit in this ihould be In
department night at the regular meet !
__ The customer wa protesting
Packing point
place In this department by 12 o'clock Monday --
noon, -
ing. All teachers from our school vegetable
about the pt ,
and cannot be removed: until Saturday, March \
4, after 8pm. 100 point were to.attend. The 10 finally the grocer told her:
who of their teachers present were: Miss Dan nice red)
Exhibitor desire the return exhibits Madam here are name
at the close of the Festival, must attend Iq FRUIT DEPARTMENT' leis Mrs Fletcher, Mini Fisher, radishes for a penny a unch.I .
person or have it representative there to claim lam, Miss Small Miss Sullivan. Un They ought to please ;you)"
i otherwise the Festival will dispose of them. ai seems Net Entry Fee Furry Mill Mr Wagner,
/ lt-'C::;: I I 'Dh returned the fussy cu.-
most convenient. In order to- save fruit, exhibitors will be per- Mr*. Mr
Exhibit!: In all departments must be credltabl mitted }o use tt boxes or straps In place of regular Snyder and Mr Stanley Other tomcr "I am supposed to eat
The judge will not award i prize unless the exhibit orange or grapefruit boxes. This however Is guest present were: Mrs Baker only green vegetables1.

hat decided merit regardless of competition. fat \ntltafh: \ exhibitor, but, from the judging Mr Lair, Robert Bollen, Mr. Lair'
and whole boxes will score alike.
Mr .
COMMUNITY Vihlcn and Mr* Chandler
All exhibit In boxes must be first grade, or bettor
All community exhibit and Individual exhibits( wrapped and packed according to Florida standard. A few matter of routine business -
of fruit and vegetable, plant, flowers, etc., competing Entries must be made on blank furnished by the were attended to, after which aYour t
for cash prizes must be credible exhibits: Festival management, and the exhibitor will be required 'some of the members gave short
satisfactory to the management.The to tag hill exhibit properly. talks, the purpose of which was
Redland District Fruit Festival will. offer The judge will( not award a prize unless the exhibit to better acquaint the teachers and r F
the following cash prizes: of
hat decided merit regardless competition. guest' with the future Farmer ,
let. Zn4 3rd 4t1t All exhibit should be in place by 12 o'clock; or.
,. Beet community exhibit Monday, February 27 lanlzatlon who spoke were:
of Citrus and CLASS 1 EXHIBIT Dean Sickle, who talked on the
Other Fruits ____5009 25.00 15.00 IMO history of the Future Farmer ot
Best community exhibit Best Individual exhibit of Citrus let tad Jr4 America: ; Rex Romlne! who spokeon

Beet of Vegetables50.00 2500 15.00 100 Fruits (II or more varieties) (10.00 $5.00 $3.00 the purpose of the Future
community pack- Farmers of America, 11. A. Aman
Ing house or association CLASS I INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITLot who recited the Future farmer .
exhibit of Irish
1st 2nd 3rdI. '
creed Harold who talkedon
; Hampton
Potatoes 1000 25.00 1500 10.00 Oranges Valencia _____ $3.00 $2.OQ $1.00 the four degree of the Future 1\
1st Snd 3rd a. Oranges, Pineapple 3.00 2.00 1.00
Best packing house exhibit 3. Oranges Temple .___ 3.00 2.00 Farmer of America; Herman
of fruit __50.0Q J500 19.0 4 Oranges, King ___..,"- 3.00 2.00 1.00 Byar who told about the Future
Best packing house exhibit 5. Grapefruit, Seedless 3.00 2.00 1.00 Farmer emblem; WlUard Norman :f'
of vegetables50.00 S500 150. 8. Grapefruit, Duncan 3.00 2.00 0.00 who spoke on ,the objective and
Best packing house exhibit i 7. Grapefruit, Pink _"'___ 3.00 2.00 I.00 accomplishments of the Future
cf tomatoes ____80.00 .25-00 15.00 8. Limes, Persian __ 3.00 2.00 1.00 farmer of Redland and Cecil car at 1 ,
Scored as follows: 0 Limes, Rangpur 3.00 2.00 1.00 Parker who told about the activl-
Quality _____...: 40 point '10 Tangerine ______ 3.00 2.00 1.00 ties of the Redland
Variety ._.__..____.__ 35 points 11. Lemon _.___ 300 2.00 10. ( chapter. : Future .
Arrangement _.____ 25 point 12 Tangelo .. .""_.'_''' 1.00 .&0 .25 Farmer of America. its best ,
13. Calamondina, 4 qt basket.. 1.00() .50 .25 After the meeting everybody adjourned -
100 point 14. Kumquats, 4 qt. basket__ 1.00 .50 .25 to the classroom of the
15. Guavas, 4 qt basket_- 1.00 .50 .25 Chapter House where refreshments -
SPECIAL : rAR. FUTURE FARMERS Of 16. Loquats, 1 quart _____.._.__ 1.00 .50 .25 were served You'll think! more ofcwtUftnerbeflftwW your
4-11 CLUB BOYS :17. Papayas, 3 or more frults_ 1 00 .50 .25 Other present beside those you
Best omamentalnurBery 18.: Bananas, Commercial 100: :.50 ..2'It mentioned above were: Richard travel! the Amoco...,. More
exhibit _:'':'''-_-__1000 500 3.00 Bananas, Cavendish 100 50 .25 nap and sparkle, lose wear
Beat fruit and vegetable !0. Strawberries, 1 quart== 1:00 :50 :.23 Ball Billy Campbell, John Jirra- oa the motor. let
exhibit ____1000 800 3.00 21. Avocados, Linda, 6 or more 3.00 2.00 1.00 tti.mo, George Grunwell, William see puf
'J Best educational exhibit by 22.! Avocados, Taylor, 8 or more 3.00 2.00 1.00 Hampton, Allen Hartford, Donald Amoco-Oar the leeks
-. ..Future Farmers Araerlca .*," 23. Avocados.. Schmidt._ Hawker, Richard Jenson, Donald Amoco Motor Oil In the enmkC
chapters _,___ Special Premium more .._.rT.._. LJLTT":r.01J"2.01J '. 1.00 -tej Eetci Lee Atkripfr- Lopez, *... Notice how muckq

CLASS INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS OF FRUITS Exhibit to consist of not less than major and, Jack Marshall, Robert Munn, WIl- ictlyandsmoothlysherpns1
lit lad In 1 minor varieties, shown in commercial containers, ,-- ..ii not 1tIeI'd71-
Beet Individual exhibit of not less than Vi box. I cline; If I special fc; xfa Tropical Fruits, 6 or more Exhibit in this department will be judged by I motor fuel you'll Uk* the

varieties .__...._._____ 800, .3.00. 20 the following scale of points: NEWT G RAM Und of service we give yooj
Best, Individual exhibit of Citrus Standard Commercial Packing too. Ceo la and Me it*.
Fruits, ( or more ".- Size ___._._ 10 point
M boxei" 800 100 2.00 Color _"_"""_-.-_ 15 point NOTARY PUBLICFire I
Best i ra'o Papayas, 0 r Uniformity _._.w._.._.. 15 point W. P CASH'SSefvice I
Bestdt fruit ,_.._.._.... _."'_.'_ 5.00_ 3.00 2.00 Freedom from Blemishes 15 points ,
of Avocados, 4 Commercial value 10 points > Insurance and

or more varieties ,. __"'_ 8 00 3.00 2.00( Package ___.__ 10 point I Station
All article In this claw ihould be produced on Packing __ 25 point Kindred Lines
exhibitors farm Flacler Ave. llomenteed
Articles entered In this clan will not be allowed 100 point
to compete In nay other classVEQETAB.LE 15 N. Kr- Ave I OPEN ALL NIGHT



Waiter O. Talbott, Chairman
tad 3rd Exhibitor must use their own containers. All I
Best Individual hlblt of Vegetables I exhibits in this department must be In place by 121' New Seeds for Fall

>0 pr more varieties 10.00 $5 00 $3.00 I o'clock Monday, Feb. 27. .
CLASS The judges will not award a prize unless the ex- ys
% hibit has decided merit. I andWinter
.. Exhibitor la this department will be required Amateur only will compete. No flower or plant!
-:0 to label exhibit, giving name or variety of specimen can compete for more than one premium.All .
PR entry tag. exhibit must be plant or flower grown In CropsWe
Lot 1st 2nd Sri Dade County -

1. Best lug Tomatoes .. _.......__ $100 $ .73 $ .50 Potted plant and flower must be correctly
3. Best crate Potatoes _..._......_ 1.00 .75 50 !labeled.
3. Best hamper Peas -'_.___ 100 .73 .50 COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS
4. Best hamper Lima Beans 1.00 .75 .50 I have a new supply of
lit Ind 3rd
3. Best hamper Pole Bean*_ 100 .75 .50
6. Best hamper Wax Beans__ 1.00 .75 SO Commercial exhibits of Ornamental I
Nursery Stock .____.$5000 $2300 $1000
7. Best hamper Green BI&11.1.00 ,75 .50 '
3. Best bushel Peppers ...._.._ 1.00 .75 .50 CLASS 1 GARDEN CLUB GROUP EXHIBITSFirst Simons Stokes and Landreths
t. Best dozen Cukes ._ _. ___ 1.00 .75 .50 __ $1000
10..Best hamper Squash "_ 1.00 .75 .50 Second == :: ::: : : 500 I I II
11. Best 3 bunches Onion_ 1.00 .75 .50 Third-- 300 j -TOMATO, SQUASH, PEPPERand
12 Best hamper Red Cabbage_ 100 .75 JO I Exhibit to consist of not less than 10 varieties i
13., Best hamper Green Cabbage ot flower, fern or potted plant
_-:_.. I__ 1.00 .'15 JO CLASS GROUP EXHIBITS i I other Truck Crop Seeds!
14. Best 3 bunches Parsley1.00 .73 .50 1st lot 3rd S
15. Best basket Okra ___ 1.00 .75 .50 Exhibit of q- amental Potted :
1$. Best 3, only, Chayote __ 1.00 .73 .50 Plant, 12 or more varieties $ 5 00 $ !.00 $ >.DO See Us Before
17. Best 3 head Cauliflower 1.00 .73 .50 Exhibit of Flowering Potted I I Buying
IS Best 3 head Lettuce 1.00 .75 .50 Plant, 12 or more varieties. 8 00 3.00 2.00
It. Best 3 bunches Broccoli _. 1.00 .75 .50 Collection of Fancy-Leaved Caladiums I I
20. Best Potatoes 1.00 .75 .50 5 or more varieties. 2.00 1.00 ..SOlsplay I REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS FOR ALL
21. Best ,munches Kohl Rabl-1.00 .75 50 P of Crotons, 10 or more :
22. Best 3 bunches Turnip&s.oO .71 .&(1 2.00 1.00 .50
23. Best 3 bunches Rutabaga 1.00 .'15 .50 Exhibit of eaic Cut Flower, I VEGETABLES: CITRUS, AVOCADOSAND 4
34. Best a 'bunch** Beets 1 90 .73 .10 12 or more varieties In separate i I
25. Best 3, only, Egg Plant____ 1.00 .75 JO vase ______ 500 '.00 3001 : LIMES
3 Best 3 head Chinese Cabbage Exhibit of Cut Roses, 6 or more -| *, "
_____._ 1.00 .'75 JO varieties in separate vases_ '.00 100 1.00-' .V,. \
27. Best 3 bunches Panmtps_ 1,00 .75 .>0ztf. CLASS a INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS I
Best 12 bunches Celery 1.00 .73 JO Lo4 1 1st 2nd 3rd
29. Best peck Spinach (Northern I. Potted 1Vfiltr.lgg' JO I .25.I Florida East Coast Ferfilizer Co.

) __ 1.00 ,75 JO 2. Potted : .501 .25!It.
".o. Best peek Spinach (Netf Potted Croton .____ 1.00 .MM, FRANK BRUE.MGR.
Zealand) 100 .75 SO 4. Potted Dracaena, any variety \ I
31 Best peck Spinach {TropiC .., _.__ .. __ 1.00 ..50.25S. MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
o ) -_ .100 .7$ 50 Potted fancy-Leaved Caladium -
12. Best 6 bunches Radishes 100 :75 :SO 1.00 .50 25 I HOMESTEAD fLA.
Exhibits! In tM department will be judged by >. Potted Sense\ier* loo ,50 ,25 J ,
the following scale of point*. (Continued on Page Ten)


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: > Page Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday Jan. 13; l .

"A little. French I* a nuisance," --I

Iij-; |! FRUIT FESTWALPREMI1I LIST Mid Mr. W. J. Jordan, high commissioner -

: at the too commemoration New Zealand, speakIng luncheon GROVE

twenty-third anniversary of !
( (Continued From Pap Nine) 23. Divinity (ft pound .._.___.'Iff'.8O .25 GaUipoII-Aiuae Day In London. THEATRE !

+ 1 lt S >" tad Sea 24. Fudge (H pound) _.__ .79 J 0 .25 "Before I left for England a COCONUT OROVR I:
Six to bunch friend In New Zealand Baked ,
( a ) me '
e 1. Boon, my variety _....__.| I.00 fX. .'7S' .80 CLASS JELLIES.PRESERVE. JAMS, MARMALADES AND 'When you write to the newspapers Matin Saturday and sandal
: Chrysanthemums ..'_ 100 .'75 80, do you sign your name or i too U I p. ... ;
r.. I. Dahlia I.00 .'75 .80, Let 11 *nd Ird do you UM a pomme de tern?' "- Shows 7 and I 9. m.| Adm. t5Siik. .;
4. Begonia _._ 1.00 .'75 .50 1. Jellies (I different varieties, Edinburgh Dl!.patch. ,
B. Snapdragons 1.00 .75 .80 native grown fruit, shown .
? 6. Alter ....._.,... 1.00 .'75 .80 In clear jelly glasses: ) 100 .79 JO j Mon., Tu *., [
7. Geranium _'_', 1.00 .75 .80 :2. Jam and Marmalade (3 different
I. Ferns ___ 1.00 .78* .JlO varieties, native JOE TORCISE'S p Jan 15. U, IT :
9. Cajla ..... 1.00 .75 .80 grown fruit, shown In clear I SHIRLEY -
I l 10. Amaryllis __ 1.00.75 .80 glad jar) WoO,,,...._ 1.00 .79. .50 ITALIANAMERICANRESTAURANT TEMPLE. CHAD.
11. Narcissus 1.00 .75 .80 1. Preserve (3 different varieties j FAIRELL, JOAN DAVIS! ;
12. Gladioli __..__ 1.00 .75 .50 native grown fruit, ; la :
1J. Phlox ____. ._ ._ 1.00 75 .80 shown In clear glass jar). 1.00 .'15 .80
/ 14. Poppies __.._.__.__ 1.00 .75 ..50i 4. Best exhibit Citrus Product I j
11. Pansies __Y__ 100.( .'75 ..50to. (4 different product shown Opp. L R. Station, Florida City I, "JUST AROUND

Sweet Peas ___ 1.00 .'75 .50 In Clear glass jar) ..... .. ....._ 2.00 1.00 .80 I .
17. Violet .. 1.00.75 .80 5. Honey (3 container, labeled SPAGHETTI DINNER COO J THE CORNER"tted i ,
15. Zinnias _.__ 1.00 .'78 .80 a* to kind) .... .. .. .. _.. 1.00 .73 JO I
19. Cacti and Succulent .___ 1.00 .75 .80
Exhibit of Jelllei, preu "eves, jam and marmalade I .
CLASS 4 CUT FLOWERS will.t>f judged by the following scale of point: 1 n...... Jan. II, If ;

L4 laand Srd Appearance (sealing, label, j title of the Jungle
1. Mixed Flower In Vi 100 "775 .SO f container) .....----- 25 point
3. Mixed: Flower In Basket:= 1:00 '.79 .80 I Color __ _.......___ 25 point "DARK
1. One Kind In VIM ___. 1.00 .'71 JO Clearness ___. 25 point RAPTURE"r
4. One Kind In Basket ____ 1.00 .71 .80 Consistency ._.._..............__ 25 point
Inhibit will be scored follow 1
a* : .
Fit, Bat. Jia. to
i Foliage and flowering riant 100 point 1I 11

{ Sis of plant ____ 29 point WARNER BAXTER MICKEYROONEY
Cultural perfection ._ 39 pointsDistinctiveness I :!


I 100 point 11 2nd Srd The Laundry Frees
Cat Flower 1. Beat Tomato exhibit (3 qt. jar
Size 10 points -all different-plain canned Airs. Housewife
Color 20 Juice, pickle or mincemeat llfcwt' !,..> UM. VMfcly "....lass-
Stem point* ) ... .. ...._ .___ 2.00 100 .50 llfc-rt, .. .. oN .!_ -... lk-
19 ..
point ,,
:2. Bent Meal exhibit >! -- Mill Ie Ikl MlHllMI kMMra
Foliage IS .. G&Li
polnw, HirU MiMto k r huuulrr M
Form: 19 point,)!?,... (to consist of 1 qt canned __ And vllk M ill ... .... MlWflMREDLAND
Substance 19 point**' vegetable, 1 4L canned runic.--.aLN' and .'. If'I...
.I' fruit 1 chicken, meat or
Distinctiveness 10 po frM, DISTRICT i CO. .
fish shown In clear quart

loo Jar) | _"_ ..... ... 200 100 JO LAUNDRY
----- poirn, 3. Dent atttrt Green Beans (clear ROMIITIAO room itHomestead's
: f.' alll an .__........_...._ .78 JO .23 -'--- I Johns a Manville
{ WOMEN'S DEPARTMENTAgent 4. Best quart Broccoli (clear
glens Jar) ... .75 .50 Bonded Roofers
Chairman. 9. Best quart Butter Beans(clear .251 Oldest

Mr. Harry D. Wolfe local chairman a.ilitlng.Ml glass jar) ...__ .75 .50 .29 i Barber Shop
** Eunice Grady, Horn Demonstration 0, Bent quart Soup Mixture i I SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN:
No Entry Fee (clear glass jar) .... ____ .79 JO .25 j
All article In this department mud be the 7. Best quart of Carrot (clear D. L. BOWEN N-Mtelnrtn ., the '.._
handiwork of the exhibitor and should not have glass jar) ._. __ .. .75 50 .25
been exhibited for awards In previous Fruit Feiti- 1. Best quart Grapefruit Hearts I III. G&LSOLAR
val. All entries must be delivered to the chairmanby (clear' glass jar) _.-'" ....._ .75 80 .25 New In new quarter three
9 a. m. Monday, except baked good, which must Beat quart Guavm (clear { HEATER
be entered by noon Tueada,. Baked goods will be glass jar) .... ..._.. ..__ .75 JO .25 loon National mouth ef Bank the First
judged Tueiday afternoon. 10. Beat quart Mangoes (clear !
.. .
No prize will be awarded unless the exhibit glass Jar) .._....._ .... ........_.' .75 .50 .25 COOL AND SANITARY ..Iraq.,.IMi in..hl NOW 1I M l W.Mrto| our nrr and
ha decided merit, regardless of competition. There : 11. Beit quart Chicken; Meat or I Expert and courteous wrrlce. <.-..ll< Ul* gad) ...... __k.lrwUHi.
must be three or more entries under each lot number Flan, (clear glass jar) .....__. .79 80 29 A trial will be appreciated. .
for all premium to be paid. When there are i Exhibit of canned vegetable, fruit, or meat!
only two entries, first ribbon will be awarded and will b*.judged by the following scale of point:

v second money paid for first tCiveli there I* only General appearance ..___..._ 20 point
one entry, first ribbon' will but no cash I. Pack (arrangement and uniform- I NEW MODERN G. & L. ROOFING CO.
award will be paid.CLASS. lly) 20 point M. L m. '_ a m. it Parse 1-toys
I Color L -:.::=:_:=::::_:::::= 20 point: PALMS HOTELFlorida MIAMI rtoaioA

-BAKED GOODS .:.. Coft"'f cy .......... .. ..... -.....--- 20 point
BREAD i.. dieuI I _.... ....._._.._._.._.._.20 point City
( loaf standard size for yeast or quick bSfe43'j) I
La* III Iiufi 1.1 I 100 point Ream and Apartment

1. White _...._. _.._>$ .75 $ ..80J. 111"1' PICKLES AND RELISHES Inquire at 113
: Graham or Whole Wheat___ .75 .50 ,,;:tI Lot lit Snd Srd I' THE ia iro'T
*. Nut (or Nut and Raisin .75 .80 i2', TORCISE RESTAURANT
12.: Pickle and Relishes (3 dlf- l
4. Citrus (Orange, Grapefruit .1' I I 1 14OLI4eMMll1
etc) ...__. '''__'_. .___ 75 ..54tII. 1" ferent varletle* -cucumber, l
Banana _.....__.__ .78 .80-1" .2A green tomato, mixed I vegetables I
papaya or guava) .78 SO .23 1 A.w///
BISCUITS AND ROLLS Jhilf dozen> I' .j Exhibit of pickle and relishes will be judged : EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING S e
Yeast Roll
.75 .80 .2\: '
by the scale of
: following point: :
7 Cinnamon Roll. (
yeast !
dough) .......__....__ ,75 .50 .25, Color .._.._. .._ :..... _._.....-. 25 point I AYe

8. Graham(yeast dough or )Whole_.._....Wheat._..._ ,75 .50 M Uniformity Firmness _.... _.. ..::.: ::',_::_:'= 25 21 point point: !I I Prompt service on all at; Ialr'NR +

t. Biscuits (baking powder or Pack ...__........ ...._.__ .... ....__._ 29 point I
___ I makes specializing on
oda) .75 JO .25Exhibits COttDITZONEDIN
tbnjjdr n. and biscuits Judged by -: 100 point I automobile radios .
the following scale of points: ,CLASS 4-FANCY WORK I
General appearance) (shape, Lot la Snd 3rd
imoothneu) _.. .... __.._ 15 point 1. Modern Quilt l 1 L C. Dodd

nclckii. __ ;._ 10 points! (a) silk (quilted) ___ 1.00 80 .21' Flower Bldg.
Cruet **, crispness (b) appllqued __. 1.00 90 .25e '
& tlclty, quality) ...._____.._ 10 point ( ) pieced .... _...._._'.._'.. .' 1.00 50 2:1': Homestead Florida
Crumb: (color texture, elaitklty 2. Bedspreads :

) _'_ ___ .._ 15 point* (*) crocheted ._._.......... 1.00 50 25'
Flavor tail and odor --- 10 point (b) tufted .._ .. _... .._ ....... 1.00 80 .25
I (I) knitted ......_.... 1.00 50 25 l Oj
100 point (d) embroidered .. ___... 1.00 80 211
CAKES I 3. Afghan

Lot lit SndSO Ii'll (I) knitted .....__.... ...... 1.00 80 .2*> ONLYMONKEY EVERY
10. Fruit (light or dark)__ .71 (b) crocheted _. 100 SO 2Ve OM FORT
II, Sponge (or Angel C.ke.75 .80 .2'1 ( ) woven ..._ ':.=: ::.. : 100 :80 :2ll I M Soft asNwn, asws. 0.rr to e.
Pound Loaf _____ Marl .f dss.r. I.cti..ak. tumor
12. or .75 .80 .23 4. JUNGLE
Old Quilt and Coverlet be shown for
13. Nut... .. _____._...__ .75 .80 .25.. only. may exhibit INTMCUJ. oem Will tows, .k a.d.d w/111.k..r.Ma..plae wa a.aW.so" ...
14. Layer (Including coconut.76 .80 .231 RUGS gar end Isedl.e 1..,. aaaalae too
IS: Orange or Other Citrus Cake :.71 :.80 .23! MIe erwr as...
Id. Jelly Roll ._._. .71 80 .25 Let lit Snd 3rd a.. PI.rlda's M..h.yr..la
IT.: Cookie (H dozen) ::.== :,75 :.80 :.2'5 I 1. Hooked _.__...____.. .._ 71 .80 M .n arwe.ad' IM.a..u Want..5Priam ,IOU1KII mt COfTII MO
'U. Yeast Doughnut (U clOIt'D.15 JO .25 3. Crocheted_......___ .'75 .80 .23 a MaukM..wq.d O- rOVMO MMrfNOni >
19. Baking Powder Doughnut 3. Braided __..... ....._. .. .__. .'75 80 ,25 5/eha.y./ AITIH f HOTIl KOTO
(H dozen) 80 M 4. Woven __.____..___ .71 .50 .2,
t !0. Orange, Dm or Other ii W.n 1 CLASS 0 CROCHET WORK
PIe 00' ___ 75 .80 M L4 lit Snd Srd I
Exhibit of cake will be judged by the following I. Best display of 3 Small Article 1.00 SO 29
teal of point: 2. Dreu or Coat ___ 1.00 JO M
t> General appearance _.____. 10 points 5. Sweater or Blouse ___ 1.00 .50 M' Surveys MapsA.
Frosting and filling .... ... ..__... 11 points 4. Table Runner, Table Cloth or I
future (lightness, grain) ._. 10 points Luncheon Set _'_ 1.00 SO .25: ,
Flavor. v .____.__ U points' 1 Bag or Pun .._.___ .75 JO 43 R. LIVINGSTON
CLASS 7 KNrrmoL4 !
100 point lit :ass Srd REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
CANDY AND CRYSTALLIZED FRUIT 1. Beat Knitted Article .71 JO .23
te4 let Satf M CLASS EMBROIDERY SMOCKING Registered Land Surveyor
11. Crystallized Otrua Fruit Let lit Snd Srd a
(tt pound) ._. .71 M M 1. Beat display of 4 or more Box Ml nOMESTKAOv FLA.
.S3. Frh Coconut Candy artkkw __ 1.00 JO J5
tai pound) -..._._- .n.aG.25 (Continued on PaP Eleven)


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, ,\. .. Friday;Jan. 13,1939! __ ___ THE LEADER ENTERPRISE "age Eleven
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HATE: tint Insertion 104 a lines ..
1 ( From Pap Ten) SPECIAL NOTICE: Bird entered In Exhibition ; .

I Clam cannot compete in Production Class and cam U R line
: 777tttsF
777tttsFa ArrLIQCED ARTICLES to apply to production bird .
-- -
L4 lot tad Sri There will be a man on duty In the poultry department -
f 1. Best display of. or more all day, and the night watchman on duty FOU RENT FOR SALE

5stlbr articles ..w_.. .__ .._.... '_'_ 1.00 .80 .25 In the department at night Food and water will
CLASS 1*- HANDCRAFT AND THRIFT be furnished free. FURNISHED and unfurnished FOR SALE Uaed living room

I Ir. No unworthy specimen ihall be awarded a houses it reaionable teal suite; b..aklAllet, dove Icebox
i Lot lit tnd Jrd whether there I not. Florence heater. R K:
Best exhibit Article premium competition: or Henry Bebren and BenJ. w.
1. or more Bird, (with the exception of trios) will becooped Morris' (dOtf) Shepard, N. X 2nd street, '>pp. !
Made from Sacks .___ 2.00 1.00 JO _
__ ..
double unless otherwise, requested by the West t
Apt* (PJlJ; )
2. Bed Wooden _
r..l, Tray ____ ._ 1.00 ,50 .25 exhibitor.
3. Best Wooden Plaque .., 1.00 St .25 FOR RENT Lich residence In
: 4. Bed Tooled or Copper Article 1.00 .SO .25 Exhibitor desiring to sell any of their ihow Florid City. Modem electric FOR SALE-Four 700x17 "x ply
5. Boit Crayonex Will 1.00 .&0 stock should mm the lowest cash price on the entry Good
c f Hanging .25 automobile tire rubber.
blank or inform the It sales are made love, electric refrigerator. Apply
0. Best other Crayonex Article 1.00 25 manager.
cc ,50 I O. B. Parker, Alpine GroveDoII'1.
the entire proceed will be given to the owner. No Letder-Enterpirlie.
c 7. Bed 2 article made with Cork 1.00 .80 25 <)*. 13-20)
commission I II charged for this tervlce.
8. Best "Weevlt" article _..__ 1.00 SO .25
': I e. Best Looper Clip article ..._.. 1.00 .60 .21 RULE All bird to be In place by noon Mon FOR RENT Atb active 4 room I furnished \
10. Best Block Printed article '". 1.00 .50 .25 day, Feb. 27 1939. All exhibit will be released apt., modern, lawn. MM. Peter FOR room : J
; 11. Best 3 article made from March 4, commencing at 6 p. m. No bird will be Johnson 307 N. W. 12th St I. Spanish bungalow; 3 bed-roomi;
_ Coconut Shell Frond or Fiber 1.00 .SO 13 allowed to be removed from the show without the it modern Improvement; garage;
]. 12. Best Home Made Pun __ 1.00 40 M written content: of the lu rlntenden" .1_ (021 ) I (0 young bearing fruit tiers, 1j

13. Bed Home Mad Shopping The following premium will be offered In : would consider rent or Jesse to

I'.t Bag .... ... .. .. '''___ 1.00 JO .25 classes mentioned below LEGAL NOTICES responsible partlr Apply to
14. Best Novelty Belt of any owner, Joseph A. region, Allad-
material .. .... _._. 1.00 .80 .23 lit lad Jrd NOTICE or IAL or TAX CERTirtCATC din City, Homestead Fla (pjll I
19. Best exhibit of Tie (3 or Poultry 3 In clan (1 cock and *

- more) .... .. ... ..... ._. ._...... 1.00 .80 .23 2 hen) _.___ $2.00 $1.1I0 $100 Applkaiioo M*. iri
: 18. Belt Hand Painted Picture Poultry, 2 In clan ___... _.... 1.00 .50 .25 H...... .b ......., alum *ot H. M. tailorkM FOR SALE-Sweet, juicy large

or Plaque ._ ___..._._.._ 1.00 JO .2$ Pullet class, any bleed, 3 ton "oMtlftMM.... with M tocotkor wII... with Meant all 11oo&,.-the tangerine. 23o peck. Mro. Eva
pullet and cock __ 1.00 ,50 .2$ ._1 emitted or IrvM W.MB, lool.dlns Collins Federal Highway"
:r '-11 CLUB DIVISION or "'OMEN" DEPART. Pullet class, any breed, 4 the MOT I.... koW kr the How of ..V.rtl.i4 Biscayne Drive. Wolf) ;.j
KENT _. and Kt .. the kta-koH bidder fee j
pullet ___ 1.00 .50 JJ
reek .. omliM kr Cfcanor I.'''. of UM
Exhibit In this division are open to regularly Duck (only to be shown in HIT Ails of tka LoiUlatura, Mpoa UMfollrwlw FOR SALE:- Brand new oil heater i

enrolled member ot girl*' 4-H Club and represent I pair, old and :young together of *lMo M.rU>Ml muse nol of I ,...tato..... In Iambi UMCooat l l Never lued. New square
... ...
) __.._ 1.00 JO .23
requirement In their regular program of work. LoU 11 (-t: I. sentinels City type. S. F. Matthew r413) v'
Turkey (pair, gobbler N. I. The. MM an .vl.l.kaeedby f
SEWING lit Sad 3rd hen) ..._.. .___ 1.00 .80 .25 OrtlflMlo No. 1015 of IMI and "Vko
..... fw'Me..n loss to loss.bMb CLOSE IN business property and
Exhibit of completed Flnt Year Geese (show In pairs) ___'_ 1.00 JO J5 II....1...... .n uoaIIne to 50,10.MM .
club sewing '_" '.'_ 100 .50 .25 Pheasants (tingle, pain, 5.a b.eaher with all: real bargain In residence prop
Exhibit of completed Second trio) ... ......_.......__ 1.00 .50 _5 wh.eeest ':7.r.t: : .I.td INS" will i erty. Henry Behren and Den).
nM the klikM* kkM>r al UM CI'II'I.:7..Mt -
rlfc sewing -100 .80 ,2} Bantam (show pain) .__ 1.00 .50 .25 HOMO In day of Joao W. Morrl (iljnfj .1
EXhl completed Tiiird'Year* Pit Game (show single) ..___ 1.00 .50 .25 MIT. UM bear of. IIo I

club sewing ..........._.._ 100 .80 .2$ Pigeons, 8 or more In class1.50 .78 .80 '.krh A; M\ or-wr-anM dw lbw awn.Brae. a> ROSE BUSIItS-Two year, field "/
Exhibit of completed Fourth Pigeon, 3 or 4 In class 100 .50 ..23 '-Daloil'al'MlaniOlacloo.: thin the MtkFvklUM : grown everbloomlng varieties.Early .

Year club sewing Fifth ISO .73 ,50 Pigeon, 2 In clai ....__...... ... .&0 .23 ribbon 'fit : p.wtaIs.rRlLHATHCRMAN: planting best Free cat*.
Exhibit completed Largest display shall consist of not leu than II, Clerk of C..I& Court.Dad. I logue. Lowest price Tyte
Year club sewing WO .75 .80 or more bird c........ rhwa.Clnell .
Exhibit of completed Sixth ( Court ILN4 ROM Nurseries. Tyler, Ten
Year club sewing ___ ISO ,7J ,50 Roller Canarlci largest display Ito JNO. PEN NO. N C.
: .... ._. 5.00 300 ( IXM. Ml JM. o. II) :HONEY $1.00 gallon. Bring *-
CANNING!: llarti Mountain C.narle.lar,- t
I container IL M.
First Year canning: 1 qt tomatoes lit display: .____....... ._ 300 300 NOTICE or APPLICATION roil Lyon 1.011I-
:N DiKes view road. M
and 1 berries TAX
qt or Yorkshire Canaries, largest .. .... '
grapefruit ....._..._.....__.__ .79 .80 .25 display: _....._.. __._.._ 5.00 300 Ck N.dte.ur IMIT 10 -...n Art Second Year canning: 4 qti. -2 Norwich Canaries, largest display gnaw holder of and County Ton
fruit. I loup mixture, 1 : 5.00 300 (_..... No Bill word the It* .., dJal rue tree and tropical fruit lei

vegetable _. '''''_' 1.00 .75 JO Created Canaries 'largest display .,A aa4. D. kai IMD Made kM fll applbaUm" MOM la fur, mrofrira a eaion. Jungle Grow, ReilnM

Third Year.canning: emergency __._._____.____.. 11.00 '.00 ten dad W ka bauMI ...._. said Cor- road and Plummer drive.
meal 5 qu-meat 2 vegetables I White Canaries, largest display ",..... etwhr.w u.e following daurlbedpnq.rty

l' fruit, fellah .__ 2.00 1.00 JO : .. .. .. .. .. ..._ 800 300 .......... sessile In the County of Dad, slow ol WAISTKDWANTED '

.. BAKING: Parakeet, largest display_ 8.00 3.00 ...... 17 mt I.. slab "N". Coral
..". II IIJ'int Love Birds, largest display ._ 5.00 3.00 T sere. *... No. t, flat Book II,
,. Year baking: H doi. muffins page 17. I* the Counts of Dade. Haloof : Redland District real
Sell plain loaf cake ._...._ .75 .50 .23 SWEEPSTAKES! riorlda.Tko estate llitlngi. P. O. Box 417,
Second Year baking 1 loaf gingerbread. aoMMmMit of Ml4 "' MoVrUabM
Telephone 3521 Eleanor French-
i the said rertif/-at. Y.u.d the
M don drop cookie*-- Best Trio In how ...__.._._...__ $800 Name oil U.koow. ere (djctf)
unfrosted ............_ .75 JO M Best Cock In show 2.00 MM. MrtlflraU. Shall aa r.J..m. I

f) Third Year baking: 1 loaf yeast Best Hen in show '_'_'___ 2.00 _.*.....I...will a ka low.meld 111 to pa"rfr UM klckoH. dw kkklnal rIbd I TUTORING WANTED -. high '1
bread, sponge cake or trotted Beat Cockerel In show 2.00 ..IlM Court bar dnnr aa the first school and school lubject '1 i
I,. layer cake _. _. ......... __ 1.00 .75 JO Best Pullet In show >.___._ 2.00 Minaar In the enough of F. r ar.. ..... grade .
.. Mr. IL J. A. B
Fourth Year or over baking wMfk to .. IOh... ... lass.Wood Armstrong, ,
this .r1.-.... Isee.E.lgi .
Plummer drive and Country
loaf yeast bread angel cake RABBITS .
unfroited, 1 pie .. ..__ 1.00 .79 JO /.r* ,41 limit Cwrt Cub road.WANTED .
lit led 3rd c..1\\\BnU ,a way. rlorkM.ntmrrr. .
.n"1 PRODUCTIVE PROJECTS: Beat pair Rabbits exhibited ClNalt ..!) Lilting of houses +

Market Basket Display Vegetables any breed _...._.........__.._ $1.110 $100 $ 80 Dw. II NY, HI".llll' C. J... *, II,. loon D o and apartment for rent. Henry
;r? grown by club girl Bat pair Pigs, under one year 3.00 3.00 1.00 1lIN Behren ft BenJ. W. Mom. N.
(3 or more, varieties). ._ 150 100 JO Ribbon will be given In three place In all department .
is. 'Gies? Or TUB 11THJ1 Krome .ve.. north of I0-ernt It
l'l .HM
r Display of Frult| grown by club *. nil I. IN AND YOU
(3 or more varieties)_ 1.50 1.00 ..50Display DADS ,COUNTY rLo.DA. tore; phone ... (aUUJailSCELIJoNKOUS

Flower grown by club Low Ha. list

girl (3 or more varieties) 1.00 .79 JO turn H LIBBY rui..iif. .. JOHN .\
I liollvo N h.ntijr vlv.n that I. t>. ti.laan Q.Lw Take your tire RAY THfAT
SCHOOL EXHIBITS .korlff of iJado Cmiitlr.fi.rMa, i under i
3L MINTS for health at SHANK
i classes
open to any exhibitor. a and kr lrtM of a/ OMnilkm I Iwu.d
Exhibitors must Inform themselves when their out of UM l I.l. .: of Ik. KbvMInJuiMVIol LIN GROVE. TOURIST ROOMS, j
lit 2nd are llmin In' and for Dad. Oonmr.aaadlni
rsO Home Economic School Exhibit stock will be judged and must enter show ring Yler/ds, w July 5. logo. Even a eeetu .; cottage, camp 4-ROOM lurn-

___...__._......... $1000 $500 $300 promptly when called. 1---la reeev.rd MM roust in olMtota Ufa .."KlW.,,, Libby.._ lined cottage FANCY GIFT
7,it General Exhibit of Grammar All livestock must remain! on exhibit until released VM plaintiff. ami Jnkn oooll wee oVf.n4klck BOXES. All kind of cult.

School Work ._..._ ... 10.00 5.00 300 by superintendent In charge or forfeiture of lint JMMM was la UM MMMMMl of WEST FLORIDA CITY. (fUOtI)
General Exhibit of High School premium will be required.No 17 M rort,prlMliwI eer.yt..e/ ,InunM IIMM until In:-saw raM, and end

j.1 Work __..___...__ 10.00 500 1.00I.NUAL bull over one year will be permitted on ad wklck.. jwlnml wlsed WM to llwrnftor Ck.laUMnpanir Inv.ww..nt Iniwfwrn4 HOME laundry Mn Jeinlgan

) TRAINING ground without ring In note or led about ground nnr.... purotiralkm. ka* 620 S. Krome Ave
J without Italf haled upon and will offer (at MM and..;'
J; lit 2nd are to MM klihoil end beet kkMM r.r mail .'
Individual MAnual Training Exhibit An cow: and heifers in milk must be milked Iko imitk Scat tour of UM rgrl k .. I' '
; by Homestead boy $$.00 $3.00 $2.00 out it 5 p. m on the day preceding judging to the IJa ruary | No betas tko future f
Individual Manual Training Exhibit satisfaction of the superintendent In charge. levee u..1.... A. M. end two ,.'."'.k I' I Grove Land
by Redland boy* ... .. 5.00 3 00 2.00 Competition for championship I II limited to M.. all .if tka rMt, ink and intenal .,fIlM Buy
MM John BOOM and all the Inlomirtahl .
I tint prize winner In Individual Iota. title. ...< oaono .if III rues Mrontia Buy Glade Land
In cane where there I* only one exhibitor and In ..... nnniir ..bk competition the award tko Iwa uf kkj M.rM.i iIxK It le ny firm belief thai i I|'- x 7
Judge shall tint
POULTRY ANU BIRD DEPARTMENT premium four ,Iiia Nl..k see ill ,lot
ribbons In each class, and aecond prize money of tko To...'" .,f HaHliwIn rotor" er arlce are Iramlnrnt
which shall be according to the merit of the animal Plot Kwk II, pan I CMIof Io -.... Deal quibble about arlee.Den .

.. All cattle exhibited at this fair muit have been field fJaoa Property Conalit willtot old M sailers "I ..It.
7d. tuberculin tested and tick free. low. luduw.wt Sad .._....., at_,..
: No Entry Fee Charged All female 38 months old or over will be excluded 110.... this January .. Jose.h Bay iww.Yeull .

.. The right 1* reserved through the official of from competition unless they have produced ah.rlft Dud.. C.Centy COI.III.\H.,:Ylurw.' thank me for this aeggeitle -
l-lp t this department to accept or reject any exhibit a living calf bull 38 month and over muit have Ply A. 0. IIARIINass, D. a. a few anentb 1Ie_
No diseased bird accepted.The proven themselves to be lire, and affidavit to that REDYRAaN a YERRF.LL, i
for : Iwv..tewet II. A. Cameron
poultry and bird department will be open effect mUtt be furnished requeited. F-;:: .lr=" *. "' M.c1t: : 1
: All entries mud be In place not later than 12
Monday morning for the reception ot birds, and all 1d
I Msr o'clock: Monday, February 27, 1839.
specimens mUtt be In the hand of the superintendent -
\ No stall rent or entry fee will be charged. The -
of this department by 12 o'clock, Monday. fair aaaoclaUon will endeavor; to furnish sufficient

Make entries on blank furnished by the management bedding. The feed must be furnished by the ex

TM Judging will start about Wednesday, and The age of all animal shall be reckoned from 4
continue until completed. date of birth to the tint day of March, 193t

Heavy and light breed win be judged aeparaUly. Junior calve, birth to 6 month of age March 1,

Where there I* no competition lint prize 1 39. Real Estate General Insurance '
ribbon and second prIM money will be awarded, Senior calves, over I month and under I year
unless exceptionally good pen of bird March 1, 1939
The deciiion of the judge mint be taken a* Junior yearling, over | year, and under It
flnaL month March I, 193D. NOTARY PUBLIC

The management will not be responsible for Senior yearling, over 1$ month and under 2

any loss that may occur but will five every exhibit yean, March 1, 1939.
Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida Fla.t
the belt of attention.No 2 year old, over 2 :year and under I yean, City, .

exhibitor will be allowed to handle an exhibit March 1, 1939. i
belonging to another. (Continued en f..ge Twelve)

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Pu& Twelve THE LEADER-'ENTERPRISE Friday, Jan. 13, 1f39!
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THE FOREST CATBgApllatl.a N. Isle
animal, either Nook, h kmbr China that said, D.
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sex any
r n I (Continued From Page Eleven) Cut/hu fad wltk M wrtttom neaed
Br DADE COUNTY The following premium shall, apply to all dairy dam age, the and produce peed. not of one be .that. the taa omitted MMIflctta at ImM tauthn Urn with.......>..UuhMquwt .
FIRE CONTROL SERVICE breed Other breed may be exhibited by specfil owPe4 by exhibitor __ )000 780 100( In dVtrtlMJ* the nu and 111 Kit, held to the by tlllMM the Dt.t.Vdd h.r
Sometime a eomment of this arrangement with the fair associatiop.CLASS for rank a. proyW.d' fcf rhaplM Lasso at
? .. .
the 108 Act. of th. IweWo open tin
a tort U beard regarding fire In the/ I following daeribid nil I wrote In the CouHt ..
SPECIAL of D.d Bun of Florida, to-wtti
woods cut It burn,it doesn't hurt RIBBONS
lit 2nd and BH o Wl* of WH of NW14 toilo.
,* This U untru.-Jt does' IS, Towiuhlp s6, IUBK. Ill.
anything oontalnln 1*
Male*, 3 :years and over ..__._ 15.00 10.00 7.SO mom or 1004. Tht ta,.. to ho old
hurt something, it "burb"veral 3 ..._ 15.00 10.00 7.50 PACKING HO17SE EXHIBIT an Mdenod b7 CirtIfleat.
Males, 2 :years and under No. 1117 of
thing, chief among them until ..._ 5.00 UIO and .......... tax" too the year"
Males, 1 year and under 2. 10.00 7.50 Best decorated and arranged booth to be 1929, 1980 '
pine sapling growth. Males, Senior Calve .. .____ 750 5.00 3.00 awarded special ribbon for first, second and third to 618.76,, 104' 1011 Pod 1959 amounting I
Of course the larger pines fifteen Mains, Junior Calves ..... ..._ 7.50 5.00 3.00 place ihla N(M of, Bant.NBH SS of, oonulnlni BBK. B. Uo.SO um J4, Tow MOT* ;
to twenty year old, withstandfire female (same ai males). or I M. The tarn to b. old ir. .yU
Senior Champion Male ..__.__ 10.00 COMMERCIAL BOOTHS dcnoid by Cwtlflrat. Mo. TIM of KM and t
better than the mailer pines Junior Champion Male .........._ 7.50 Best decorated and rwrM.nl., taxes.::. Uw roira 1W", lose,
but even then If a heavy growth of arranged commercial imi 1988 and .nountlnc U. 'Ya.ss.
Male ..._.......Ribbon
Grand Champlo only
booth to be awarded special ribbon ofK: 4 of UKU. fcrtlT, 8. W
for first, second Ih:1t7 "
grass Ii present considerable retarding Senior Champion Female. ...._ 10.00 and third place. : lUnn a,. Tno U M to ... Mid
occur However, the Junior Champion Female _.._._ 7.50 are 1980'do.oM lip certificate No. Tool ..,
heaviest damage by fire 1* doneto Grand Champion Female... .__Ribbon only COMMUNITY BOOTHS KM.end 1M1 rtpmcnu, loss and UXM 189 for, .moaatjni i SLid j
the mailer saplings that are Graded Herd to consist of pne Pest decorated and arranged community booths $1 tag MHIflcatM tenthor with '.11
from one to six feet high. Nine bull and four females, allover to be awarded special. ribbons for first second and luh m nt omitted or holed u
time out of ten fire kill pine pf one year old ..._ 15.00 10.00 T' third placeExhibit. old to the hl.hf.t bidder' .t lh.ci.rt:
: 5o..e l la Miami o. the I5th day W ;: !
this size These small tree are Young Herd' dropped an4'Is.. will be judged by the followingscale "*7, > .IM.fcn:.:" .t Uw hour o( IDCircuit
e'eloc5 ,
the forest of tomorrow.A ed in uade County,' one of points: "me mar be reached own I. Mer.ater duo the
A example of tre-protecte J bull and three or four females Quality __ 20 pointsUniformity DOW .t Miami ......1.... U.1e Dune the 411I
land can be seen between Halnlin all under a year__ 15.00 10.00 7.50 j ._____?___ 10 point day at Jaei' loss.. LEATHER*AN.
and Silver Palm drives on HaranjaToad. Get of Sire to consist pf three Marketability 15 point: Clerk Olnult curt
Hundreds of young pines are or more animals elder sex .. : Variety ___... 20 point ( Court seal and age, get of one sire and Educational feature ___ IS
growing that would not have been pointsAppearance mo. FENNO, D. Co
..... .
lf property pf and Pv.II. J. is. 500"lltB .
Y there If they had been subjectedto exhibitor _._.....______. 10.00 7.50 3.00 management2q points ... .
fires. Produce of Dam. to consist of 100 point
According tq the Florida forest Gas Sas All ,1J 6toa.f 1Yrs.
Service each tree subjected to .
burning and scorching its earlier w* are lain to cook. Mae Flagg Catherine Schackle- "Oh, mother, she exclaimed "thisI sob was Jae.es wall'be A rrosiertW: al-P. '
Those present were: Marietogers ford, Kathleen Wagner, Ann, I the kind of dogthe man on the I Os. even.:nand .s my heart A6lerla q
lift 1* retarded or set back; fix brought .sick relief. Now, I has.. ass d.
months In growth for each fire Rosemary Hennlngton, tshacld ford and Mr*. Waller I radio sang abouC'"On 1.loh. elep ft... never Mlt. b-ffpr
olaen Alice the radio?"
McVicker Wyiong
Think What this would mean to ADLERIKAAt : I
pine forest if fir had been kept Unite and Wanda Thompson, Elvira A Lens One I "Y'II; he said 'Get a long little I .
from stunting tree that now Burry, Teddy Spurting, Bertha Little Jenny saw a dachshund doggie"*-Ex, all leading druggists.

measure the to eight Inches |10 -

"Iamalar.}fy estimate 1* possible of the
vast mount of potential timber
killed by fire in the form of saplings -
that would otherwise have
matured into marketable timber
crop on the burned-over areas
Waste of timber and not the ute Elaow ctri
of timber is the real threat.
t Fire prevention the first step ,
toward a permanent wood marketing
program. We would all
? benefit If our land raised enough
timber to attract Industrie that I
S would bring added employment to
our section.

.! Redland Girl Scouts

x 1 -By-ANN---81IACKLEFOBD...........--..-...

We planned our hike for next
Wednesday We are going to hike
to1 Mr*. Waller' home in Silver
Palm. At her home we are going,
to cook our supper and enjoy, -40F
treasure hunt, etc We e HC e

i, group to get the assigned tt

w I s f I We Gift tbfGenuine Anolker Smashing Reduction Brings New I.filils

. EUGENE Permanent in letter living to Tkousaxdse, Families!! .

Soft, rolling wave* *> abundant

I'i lasting curl that' the

Had ef a permanent you want. Biggest news of the year 1$ the new reduction. in the.

I t. And thaV the kind we give price of electric service for: your homer
; For we do genuine Eugene

waving, wIth( genuine Eugene "
Your electric means than
penny more buys more, ever
Sachets. Let us "dress" Jour
before. Your' electric servants do work at
hair for the season, with natural : now more t

undulations and flattest longer hours for the same .wages. This is your oppor'. *.

let face-and-pegk curls! tunity to get more pleasure out of the better; things Qf life .

Bush's Barber Shop '

This forest reduction, provides rates that arc designed to benefit.
& Parlor ..
Beauty --
7 the greatest number: of people to the greatest extent .
Mb LUlie Browm. Operator !

Take advantage of this prcaf bargain In better living by employing '"-

COZY DINER more electrical servants in your home. SEE YOUR ;JjliCTRICAL. '

N. Krome Ave. DEALER, foe label-saving appliances. -

Kertdaf Meal .$Se ate

J.Bone teak e* Chkkea ;
Short Orders, 8a 4wkbe FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

eta read !. 8eesiDbwer *> v s. V. ,* vt _, .

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TolUud, preprteter I ELECTRIC SEIWICE-Alwnys CHE/IP, now CHEAPER Still !

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