The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 24, 1939
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


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).

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Finest Crops on Di splay I

At Tenth Annual Fruit Festival !



F1RJCHAT- Mahogany Trees and Crotons to Be DOMINANT AMONG ,EXHIBITS ,

Given P.-T..A. Visitors at Festival: THAT PACK' TWO BIG TENTSTHE \

WITH AcnrspvoR Small mahogany trees and eu t- stead High School. The croton
tings of choice crotons and other cuttings,, given by Mrs. W. J., -
tropical plants will be given thevisiting I Krome will be wrapped In peat
P. T. A. members who moss to prevent wilting.Announcement WEATHER Civic Groups Co-operate i
register at the Homestead P. T. A. of P. T. A. day To Make Fair Best
booth at the Fruit Festival on I at the Fruit Festival and of the, eUWol ..uhr......atom eft.9.. Ever Held Here
t.er1..a 55.54.. ........ tr.Hs. I
Saturday which has been designated gifts of mahogany trees and cuttings
P. T. A. day by the festival I awaiting P. T. A. members J
I I was' Ml..| a".I| .... ATTENDANCE IS
"How Are Crops? He management. who register at the local assocla-. Feb. 17 "n 81 be SUT 50.000
Asks in Farthest South The trees are being provided by tlon's booth went out yesterday Feb. IS ... .\| (2 5. 30.27 EXPECTED FOR WEEK f

Town on Mainland Geo. N. Wakefleld, head of the,a in letters mailed by Mrs. Ben I Feb. 1. ..... | 80 84 \
agriculture department of Home'I Archer, local president, to presidents Feb. 20. .._.... 10 82 30.13 Motorcades and "Days"Arranged ,
of all other P. T. A.'s and Feb. 21 ......:.., 14 511 30.12 0.18, !
BUSH PROWLER ONLY to principals of all other schools, Feb. 22 .. 13 52 30.12 for State ,1
AN EAGER ONLOOKER POLICE PONDER I in bade County.In Feb. 28 I 45 3o.z3: 0.03 SocietiesThe
I managing the booth Mrs

Mahogany Cane and Gift EXPLOSION THATFOLLOWED Archer and Mrs. E. J. Dyal, booth tenth annual Redland District
chairman, will be assisted
by sewn FURTHER ZONINGREVISIONTOBE Fruit Festival will open at
Boxes of Fruit TakenTo
directors each of whom will heada
Special Train I. \ ROWAn I group of room mothers. noon Saturday Monday, March to continue 4. through ,
Mrs. Preston B. Bird will be t In '
Featuring the finest product of
President Franklin D. Roosevelt charge on Monday; Mrs. C. J. Par
I the Redlands, the pick of the croo
was welcomed to the farthest explosion that destroyed the, man, on Tuesday; Mri. Adrian I from 10,000 acres of tropical fruit
'south town on the mainland of the Triangle_ barbecue stand at Federal Jacobs, on Wednesday; Mrs. T. J. ,ON APARTMENTS and 20,000 acres of winter vege
United State last Saturday morning Highway and Eighth street at Faust, on Thursday; Mrs. R. H. tables, the 1939 festival will surpass -
by Mayor Edward Stillnc as about 2 I I, m. Monday, approximately Done, on Friday; and Mrs. A. F. in variety, quality and site of
the natlon'i chief executive sat in eight hours after its owner, Arthur, on Saturday. Mrs. Russell Further revisions of the proposed J its exhibits any previous agricultural
I his automobile before starting the L. A. Hapgood, fired three shots Anderson will have charge of city zoning ordinance again presentation In this area, according .
journey over the Oversea Highway into the body of Ira Johns, HomeStead the sale of hot dogs and ham delayed passage of the measure!. to officials.
S to Key West. youth, in alleged self-de burgers. when It was brought up for finalaction The festival grounds on Eighth

As the President and the mayor;, fense, has county and city author) at the regular meeting of street will present a colorful rpec-
chatted, secret service ties here the council Monday night Few
men deputies working on theories that tacle Monday when finishing
and police scoured the nearby link the two incidents together another 'SUPREME COURT objections have been raised against touches are added to the giant fruity
bushes for a man whose furtive theories that hold them as the lengthy document drafted b arch that forma the entrance, and
movements behind the crowd had Independent occurrences. City Attorney Ira C. Haycock, but the two main tents are filled with
alarmed a secret service lookout Hepgood, held without ball whenIt I OF U. S. REFUSES it was conceded In a general dlsJcussion the color and fragrance of the

posted on the cross-arm of strategically appeared Johns would not survive : that apartment house construction tropical fruits and flowers for
located telephone pole. Is expected to be admitted to M'CALL APPEAL should be given a wider which this area Is unique.
Wm. J. Geronimo, marshal of bond today as the wounded man I scope than the ordinance now pro Offering not only enjoyment but
Florida City, who helped conduct is expected to recover. H.ld.. a, vides. The bill was sent back to many educational features, fie
the search, said afterward that he material the the city coning committee, composed
::::S"n shooting It 1 I Sitting in the only cell In death festival presents these Interesting
was convinced that the man was a youth r of South of Thomas Kirby, Benj.W highlights:
only a too-eager sightseer whomhe Allapattah Gardena, who I row which has a door opening directly Morris and E..Ec. Chronlatcr::1 Community exhibits featuring
into the death
had been forced to admonish panied Johns when he I the state prison at Raiford chamber Franklin of for some alterations before it Is1 avocados, citrus vegetables and
back into line several times before around the barbecue accom.1 Pierce McCall learned Thurs- submitted to the board at the next many varieties of little-known exotic .
and not anyone who intended Sunday afternoon and, meeting. fruits.
day that no court In the land
harm to the President. to Hapgood and his wife persisted I would entertain his lastminute Another ordinance, which would Individual exhibits of plants and
Mr. Geronimo turned over to In trouble-making efforts that repudiation of his confessionto require property owners to maintain flowers, with the South Dade Garden -
aides for presentation to the President were climaxed when he and be
pulled out the kidnaping and murder of responsible for repairsto Club display of tropical blossoms -
a walking cane carved out of a knife and started toward the little Skeegle Cash at Princeton, sewer laterals and sidewalks In a natural setting.A .
(Continued on Page Three) barbecue stand owner with an open six miles northeast of Homestead damaged by the roots of trees complete poultry and rare
threat It was then that Hapgood last May. growing on the owner's lot, went bird exhibit including ducks, geese,
claims he drew his gun and shot The supreme court of the United into the discard as being too drastic turkeys, pheasants, parakeets, lovebirds
TO SPEND $9,616STATIONGROUND In self defense. States, final recourse for all appeals in some of its provisions. This, and all breeds of chicken"
The day before, Saturday, Ira turned thumbs down the ordinance may be revised and The first livestock show to be
ON)J EXPERIMENT Johns had been to the barbecue plea of C. A. Avrlett, attorney for (Continued on Page Three) presented In Dade County since
stand In company with John McCall, that the 21-year-old 1931, featuring the finest dairy
tin, Jr., another Homestead cattle of the
Mar.1 Princeton man had not been adequately Mrs. Mank county e
who several years ago was represented when he Angle InjuredIn An educational exhibit of citrus,

jail on a charge of robbing pleaded guilty in Miami circuit Collision Near HereMrs. papayas, bananas and many other
slugging S. H. Fitch, elderly court. Late last night Sheriff D. fruits from the Subtropical Experiment .
A WPA project for Improving Homestead man, at his home on I Station, near Homciteid.
C. Coleman of Dade
County started Angle Mank of Miami, past
and beautifying the grounds of the East Kings Highway When the A land and game conservationdisplay
his second trip of the week to
grand matron of the Order of the
Subtropical Experiment Station at Hapgoods tried to telephone Home-
prepared by the state marketing -
throw the switch that will elec-
Eastern Star, and her grandson
Homestead has been approved, according stead police after Johns allegedly young bureau, headed by Nathan
trocute McCall
toda-unles. he
to a letter received by W. had started making threats, they Intervenes Philip Mank, were injured Mayo, commissioner of agricul
M. Fifleld, assistant horticulturist found the line dead. They sent a governor again to delay yesterday afternoon in a collision .
acting in charge, from Major E. J friend to report that the two the act as he did Monday justa between their car and a truck at ture.A display of native mahogany
few hours before the time set the intersection the Miaml-
Close, WPA area administrator.The youths were making a disturbanceand furniture from the manual trainingclasses
project which calls for a had cut the telephone lino. by cution.the prison warden for the exe Homestead highway and Epmore of Homestead and Redland

total expenditure of $3,819, provides Shortly after the messenger left, Constable J. M. drive at Modello. schools, and art and home economics
for"preparing, Scarborough Mrs. Mank is In Post Graduate
topsolllng and (Continual on Page Three) one of three Homestead men who displays.The .
sprigging the lawn, clearing a hospital here suffering from woman's department display
were In Raiford to witness the
fence line and erecting a fence bruises and shock. Mrs. Mank is .
; of canned goods amf handicraft
electrocution of McCall
and performing Incidental appurr, Income Tax Report Help Monday, well known In Homestead, where prepared bX members of the
(Continued Three
tenant work." Of the amount to Available Here MondayA on Page ) she has officiated often at Eastern: home demonstration and 4-H

be expended, the WPA share is CORNELL PATHOLOGIST Star functions. She is connected clubs of the county In to-opera-
$7,208 while the share of the sponsor deputy collector of Internal VISITS SEED PLOTS HERE with the attendance department of tion with Hiss Eunice Crady. home
the Subtropical Experiment I revenue will be at the city hall In Dr. Karl Fernow, plant pathologist the Dade County schools. Her demonstration agent '
1 Station, Is $3,408. :Homestead Monday to assist taxpayers at Cornell University, who is grandson, whose leg was broken, Landscape design and practical }
Work on the project win be deferred in the preparation of their In charge of potato seed certification was taken to a Miami hospital to; farming exhibits by the four Dude
until after the harvest season I income tax returns for the year work for the state of New be near his parents. County chapters of the Future
when the relief load will be .1(38 according to a notice sent out York, spent Wednesday here visiting The truck, owned by Harry Farmers of America.
heavy and more bands wW'be I ay the internal revenue office In the New York state potato Hiner of Goulds, ", ....ctrIven by A beautification exhibit by the
available. Jacksonville. I test plots. I Jack Nuldon. (Continued on Page Three)



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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 24, 1939

Florida to be low In crime preven- INJURED BY F Mrs. Griesbach, 73, Dies ,, Surviving her are: six sons, !

fi ;I ROTES SPONSOR t tion and control. In proportion to ALLI 17 Days; After HusbandMrs. Franklin, Otto Stanley and Ernie, j
population.The all of Colllngwood, Walter C of
FBI office U headquarters -
: EXHIBITOFFRUIT for Florida, ht said. i I HARRY Martha Griesbach, 73, of Montreal, Robert J. of St Johns,
t i Mrs.E.A.Buchanan and Stanley Florida City died Monday afternoon N. B., and Leonard of Fredericton. 1
; FOR COMMUNITY I Wittkop sang solos, with piano accompaniment TAKEN BY DEATH at the hospital to which she N. B.; six brothers James Urias,
Frank and Charles Baker
by Mrs. Wittkop. was taken on Jan. 30. She had of Stay
Next week's speaker will be Former been In falling health for several ner,Ontario, and Carl and Leonard :,
Harry D. Wolfe, 90, who came to
i Mark Wilcox. Baker of KlndenleSaskatcbe
Taking the stand that I civic or Congressman years.
service club should live up to Its I M Homestead In 1920 from Calcutta, Funeral services were conductedat wan; two sisters, Mrs. W. H. Davis
I India, where he was an InstructorIn 1:30 Wednesday afternoon at of Stayner and Mrs. Joseph Heist
name and co-operate In the stagingof t Turner Funeral Home the Rev. of Gormley, Ont.
G.E. ALLEN. open hearth steel manufacturefor by:
such community event u the i the British government, died C. G. Nelson, pastor of the Florida
Redland District Fruit Festival, the FOUNDI'IUNCONSCIOUS unexpectedly Sunday from com- City Community Church, of which I WINS STATE PRIZE

Homestead Rotary Club voted plications arising from an injury she was a, member, and she was, Mrs. Roy Wlttenwyler of the
Wednesday to sponsor a Home-I suffered In a fall last August. buried In Palm Cemetery at Na- Homestead Home Demonstration
stead community exhibit of fruits HOME DIES LATER Funeral services were conductedat ranja) beside her husband who Club Is state champion in a better
at the Fruit Festival. Turner Funeral Home Wednesday preceded her In death by 17 days. bread contest conducted by: horns
President W. M. Flfleld ap-;I at 3:IS p. m. by the Christian Mrs. Griesbach, the daughter of demonstration clubs. -

pointed the following committee Found unconscious on the floorof Science Society of Florida City, of the late Josephus and Mary Baker, A cash prize of $1J.SO was the
I which Mr. Wolfe was a member. was born in Victoria Square, On-
the display: award.
I to Wilson arrange, chairman. John n. Math-. his small cottage In N. E. First. Services at the grave In Palm I tario, Canada on Dec. 11, 1866.
Wainrlght Emit and Fred street about 2 p. m Monday afternoon -' Cemetery at Naranja were conducted -'|, On Jan. I, 1889 she was married to Different Bean ,
: ers. | Grant E. Allen resident of I Il I II li Homestead Lodge of I i Robert Griesbach at Colllngwood,
Redd.It foe 1 Mrs. White: "Oliver,
Ontario. They came to make their why art
Odd and attended by the
that the club died In
announced Homestead since 1910
was Post using so much
I I II home in Florida 18 you tooth-paste"I
years ago.
local Rebekahs, as lie was a mem-)
would follow Its usual custom of j Graduate hospital about five hours I Ii bar of both orders. She was active in church work asa told you to use only the size. of t
ot the festival tent next | "
lunching at food booths left to i later. Ha Is survived only by his wife, member of the Ladies' Aid of the bean. ;'
choice of Individual members. Mr. Allen who lived alone, suffered I Mis. Ooldio Wolfe, who was with 1! Florida City Community Church Oliver: "I am, mother. This Is
the Pursuant to approval voted by I from paralysis of the throat him constantly until! he died. Hiss' until a short time before her last a string bean."-St. Louis (J>osU

the membership lust week, the and It Is believed that he may have I 1 parentr died In 1923. '! Illness. Dispatch.- \
been stricken with extension of Mr. Wolfe of 20 open'
Club's board of director an was one
Rotary 1 I
at a meeting following! the rshis: affliction to other parts of his hearth workers chosen from the!;, \
Wednesday adopted a resolution .. body. He was fully clothed except Gary steel mill to be sent to India
eon recommending that the Dad I that his shoes wire off, and hli i[ during the World War to teach I Welcome VisitorsTour
County board of county commissioners .. face was bruised as though it had I i native workers the process of mak-|:
give consideration to the I I come In contact with tho floor In'ing steel In a British steel mill,
and maintaining of i unsuccessful efforts he made to near Calcutta. At the end of his
county creating health unit such as 1s now::1 arise. He did not retain consciousness I period of service he came to Homestead -!!!
authorized by state law. before he died. 1 to Join his parents, the late'!i I Redland District.
The resolution "whereases' Neighbors who last remembered M". and Mrs. Wm. L. Wolfe, who our
point out that such a Unit would I seeing him Friday of last week, got i hai moved here In 1917. He was See our fruit and
provide full-time workers anc I I anxious over his continued nonappearance -i mcrrled to Goldle Hughes Wolfe of'
y facilities for the "control ant I outside the house, and I Monticello, Ind., on Nov. 24, 1922,' vegetable crops.
eradication of preventable diseases .. when knocks got no response by the Rev. C. N. Walker, who was
t for the Inculcating of modern peered through a window. Seeing! I then beginning his 18 years as pastor -{I
scientific method of hygiene'I him lying on the floor, they broke of the Homestead Baptist I
,I sanitation and the prevention o il| down the locked\ door and Church end Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe ParmanLehman Packing Co.
diseases" that 1 After discovering that he was not I have worked together In several
would communicable be supervised by the .tat tl dead, they summoned an ambulance business enterprises of their own I II Packers of PARLEH Brand

health department and have flnan.I I and heIa.. taken to the I from time to time. When taken, A\'ocadosIangos, and Persian Limes
cial co-operation from the Unite I hospital. ill Mr Wolfe had served as second
States public health service! another d I Mr. Allen and his wife, who died i engineer of the local ice plant!
federal agencies In a distant city some years ago i for the past five years
came here from Topeka,'Kansa.
He bought a grove and farmed f
F R I Agent Is SpeakerAt
also. He built a home at N. Krome
Lions Club Meeting avenue and Fourth street which
he named Rest-A-While. This hen
S. K McKee. special agent li sold during boom days at a high
charge of the Miami office of th o figure, but Invested all the actual
< Federal Bureau of Investigation I, money he received in the place in
told Redland District Lions at the r which he was living at the time hee
meeting Tuesday night of th was stricken. *
qualifications and training demanded The body Is at Turner Funeral TO FLORIDA DEALERS
i of applicants for O-mai, Home where it was said yesterdaythat (
I appointments.They funeral arrangement would
must be college graduate I await authorization from relative
1 with knowledge of law, and mus t who have been contacted. l
undergo three months intenslv I Mr. Allen had no children.
training that will leave them proficient Known survivors are a sister, Mrs
in many things, Includm! ,I Ada Eldrldge of lone Col., Another -
marksmanship, Mr. McKee said I. sister In Oklahoma and II
He quoted statistics that shows
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108 N. Krome Ave Phone 93 omestead.Fla.Page .

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Friday, February 24; 1939. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pine_Three t

ROOSEVELT r of Commerce will also maintain a borough and his party together t: had living quarters wide and held in county Jail as a material 11'
i .
( registry for visitors with Sheriff Coleman and others usually slept there, started for witness. ,

Members of Parent-Teacher associations paused by McCall's door, and Miami to take in a night club, they
(Continued from Page One) of the county will be Scarborough and Sheriff Coleman I said, In company with Douglas n
the went Inside his cell and spoke to Tower and girl In
native mahogany by the student I registered at Homestead P. T. ; a companion
of Homestead High School' manual A. booth. A handsome prize will him. Asked how he felt, McCall. Tower'i car. At Perrlne Hapgood Whenyouchangechange : :
training department Tied to be presented to the P. T A. association said with a quarlcal smile that I discovered he had left his money

I the cane was a personal note o f: with the largest attend he "felt as good as could bo expected *'Iin his other clothes and the party I
presentation addressed to President ance and all visiting members will under the circumstancesHe ." returned to the stand, Hapgood get
RooseveltIn receive gifts of plant cuttings and asked Scarborough about the I I his money and the party proceeded l. l
baby mahogany trees. disposition of another case with to MIami. They estimated It
greeting the President, Mayor School children'will be admitted which neither he nor the i was about 1 o'clock at that time.
Stlllng said "Mr. President as ing had any connection, The explosion occurred at about
free to the festival at all times and
mayor of Florida City I feel highly the local constable could kldnSP-j 2 o'clock.
honored for having the privilegeof there will be ample free parking
welcoming the President of the space for all cars query was' sidetracked Hapgood earlier In the eveninghad I II
I greetings from other been arrested for the It
United States to the farthest south To all visitors to the festival, Constable shooting
Scarborough said that
of Johns local and t
by turned
the residents of
town In the United States, on the Homestead and the McCall would be able
I to step directly Sheriff Frank Irwin
mainland, and hope you will have Redlands extend a cordial wel- from his cell Into the death over to Deputy: -I
who released him his
a pleasant trip and a safe return." come," Mr Turner said yesterday.Visitors chamber he the upon
1 as occupies only he
Mr. Roosevelt told Mayor Staling are'also asked to visit the own recognizance Monday I
cell with a door opening into that taken .
Into and
that he had been through Florida fruit and vegetable farms of South room. was custody again
held without ball Johns' to this
as condition :
City once before-20 yean ago Dade County from Perrine to Florida McCall's contention after eight 1months critical.
when he was assistant secretary of City,'Turner said. of silence in the death appeared
the navy He asked about the Radio station WIOD will broad house, that he was highpressuredInto I Arrested for questioning In con better oil
crops of the district and was told cast daily highlights of the festival his confession by G-men wno nection with the explosion, John
that on the whole, farmers here Martin, Jr.. and his brother, Harry
from a booth in the main tent promised him a maximum sentence
had done better so far this season and will maintain a lost and found of life Imprisonment that he were later released In the custodyof Nut lime let .*

Two boxes of fruit grown In department and public speaker I had an accomplice whose name he their attorney, but Bonham was change your oiL W.1 i

Florida City-one for the Pre.ldentand service officials said. I does not know-U regarded hereas .tw your-.....

one for his staff were brought Sponsored by the Redland District : only the last minute straw for t with Amoco Motor .
to the special train Saturday morning Chamber 'of Commerce in which the frantic youth reached as1 DO. It's pur*. tout*.
by Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin and co-operation with Dade County officIals he realized that his lawyer friends'were Redlands Cafe fete flowing Never

presented through aides I the annual festival Is- designed not unlocking his cell door ..I{ kavee gummy'"'*.It' tIDe 011.
The President's train had as the show window for easily as he may have hoped. I i 11 N. E. LAGLER AVE.

ed early Saturday arrlv.1 Dade County's finest product HOMESTEAD FLORIDA W. P. CASH'SService
Florida City, and Instead of More than $2,000 In premiums is
seeding to the station had halted being offered this season. POLICE PONDERContinued

Just north of the Ingraham Highway A gala atmosphere will be addedto Dinner ............ 50c Station

crossing to.await the time the festival grounds by the car Plate Lunch. 30c Aft Homestead
for the President departure. ( from Page One) .... FlagVr
nival attractions of
Endy Brothers
according to the Hapgoods Johns
Since the route of departure was
which will include a 6t fun
variety and Martin drove off I OPEN ALL NIGHT
kept secret crowd gathered at devices, Turner said. After the barbecue MM. A. NABOBS. Prop.
the station, at the Intersection of I
the Ingraham Highway and Palm Festival officials and officers of Sunday night, the Hapgoods whop -
the Homestead Parent Teacher Association
avenue, and at the site of the 111-
will present free boxes of
fated Last Chance, where the
fruit each day to visitors.FURTHER .
Oversea Highway forks to go on I an us"salAint.iu E.aeshe stxtra
the west through the heart of I wa/w,tMt Baid -fag M bpanlidiat$5Jlese -
Florida City, and on the east to ZONINGContinued ,, e Geaor.ltbasayoararol
skirt the edge of the town by way d Moist trreu!
of Krome avenue.

As time for the start to Key ( from Page One)
West arrived, the special pulled to brought before the council later In
the south of the crosling and stop a milder form,
ped so that the rear of the last cm I As an additional contribution toI I
was In the center of the crossing the Fruit Festival, opening next I

The President n e specially: I Monday. the council author'> d
roadway by means of a I Cordon W Irey, power plant su-i sa
constructed ramp which Is carried perintendent, to purchase aboutfifty 4
for his use on train trips, and was dollars' worth of pipe to sup-
helped Into the waiting open automobile -tr
ply the fair grounds with water) 1
where he was greeted by during festival week. The pipe 1 III 1 1s

Mayor Stiling will be salvaged by the city for \ vMwil
Down the Ingraham Highway other uses when It is no longer I
and Into Florida City the Presidentwas needed for the fete

taken, through the crowds Henry Brooker, Jr, council
who lined both sides of the roadas president, announced that he
it bisected Palm avenue. At the would get in Immediate touch with
highway forking he was greeted by WPA officials In Miami In regardto
the crowd that had gone there the status of the municipal park
knowing he had to pass that way project, when the council was told
to go to Key West And the President
by Mayor Tom J. Harris that the
smiled that winning smile of Federal authorities! were demanding -
his and waved t happy greeting an Immediate decision as to r
and was off to Key West and the
the city's Intention to complete the
warship that was to take him to remainder of the project program
the scene of fleet maneuvers in the

Bishop Will PreachAt 1N

Caribbean.FESTIVAL Community Church

Bishop W V. Meredith will
preach at the morning service in O, we're not trying to beat the gun square inches of safety plate glass twe

Dade(Continued County park from department Page One)and the Redland Community Church '11 be seeing quite a lot of winThen consider alioi Your present carter

numerous Individual exhibits of Sunday. before the spring: buds burst. is worth leas each day at a trade-in.
A community dinner will follow
fruits, flowers and vegetables. the service and after the dinner the But spring always hat come-and with The risk of repair bills grows steadily

the The Redlands rare tropical are famous fruits for will which be quarterly conference will be held. it, all too often, the discovery that to get greater. Old rubber's dangerous? tired
batteries a bore and a bright new
featured In many different displays the new car you want, you've got to Buick is sound and supple all through.
These Include the monsters M'CALLContinued wait
deliclosa, carmatoola, canls- Besides Buick'a prices at of course
tel, ties, sour-sop, sapote, loquat, So what? So take steps now! you know-or* lower than a year ago

tamarind, jujube, grandilla, Span ( from Page One) Take step to retire that slow-motion lower than you'd expect, lower thai
ish lime and many others laid that they learned of the postponement number you're driving-and replace it tome sixes
Special days designated by only SO minutes before
George W. Turner. Jr.. chairmanof the time set for execution. With with a Buick<< bursting with newness So why not drop in to talk it over?

the event Include: : Tue'day,1( Mr. Scarborough were Deputy and get-up-end-git. You'll probably want to get your Buick

School day; Wednesday :Sheriff Tom Vann of Homestead, straight-eight under while the getting good I
Legion and All States day; Thursday dr. Bryant of South Miami and Put t Dynaflash *
New England Societies and :Dr. E. J. Maberry of Miami, formerly :your toe to do battle with tough winter
NO onus Cass IN TNI woaie
Homemakers day; Friday, Three- I of Homestead. going get the comfort of BuiCoil
; u THISI ruruait
Score-and-Ten Club, Townsend Preston B. Bird the third homestead Springing to float you smoothly ever *erwaw.arswas. ...Ira aacsM. m__ SIMMS
Club and Pioneer day; and Saturday I man who was pressnt at Hal-
rough and rutted road. .west se.auawr ..._*--sewn.
Dade County Parent Teacher I ford Monday,. was the prison -
Association day.* with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cash ot Get a new outlook for winter horizons OreNANNOWT a .sego:, s v.satiate. .:sa.w

.With motorcades now being sr I Princeton, parents of the boy who or for spotting the first flush of green sm sac_a"U..AI._.....
ranged In communities .from was smothered to 'death ,while -
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the meadows in Buick "visibility
on nor ssa.e e
West Palm Beach southward an 1 being kidnaped. Press dispatches
unlimited" much 412 I.unoI t IIM
attendance of at least 80,000 I* expected I said that Mr. and Mrs. Cash ai at port
by officials of the IMS festival I talked with McCaU after the postponement -

1 was announced, but
The Redland District Lions Club 1 other than admit they were at the "
and the Homestead Rotary Club I prison, Mr. Cash last night would "Better buy M&zJWWPreston
will present community displaysof I make no statement as to what was
fruits and vegetables. The I said between them and' McCall,
Townsend clubs of this section, coI I nor would he make any commenton
operatlQ3 with the same groups the situation as it sow exists B. Bird Motor Co.

throughout Dade County, will have Mr. Bird was reported to be In

a booth at the festival where visiting .Jacksonville on a business trip South Krome Avenue, Homestead, Florida
members are asked to register. After witnessing the execution of

Paul Bunge, Tampa poet who killed
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\ there U a pool of oil in what rock

I THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE[ m LotIDAr.. ."Iit! ......, rI I experts call the Wilcox sand_

r.hll.tod .t R.w..t.d'k rush 2,890 feet below the surface in the
s" 06.9h Vote ......... c. Everglades and sloping up to 1,000

feet at the Georgia line. Blanch-
l .IM le -"*-* .' aPQP IUORLOlHOST WTIVE > yW ? and says that the fossil remains in.

1 ARCHERr. dicate there were two floods
there are two deposits of such
f fi A/R BASE marine fosslle remains, the Ocala
< ..e ar men Ml1116"k
as -+
1. 11193. a she M .trimM. ffi IANDMWCRNiIVTERWTONAL Rieiwr *r /Ai91)N / .* belt at 001 feet down and the CUIr-
_..... IorIh Owes. as ses born deposit at 1,800 feet
194"k s. ts7$. r uaos tut f aMKicat/ernes PoolOfANMrf0.e i The
-v Rig TffAYttfjtsXOM soeej6firr0rs t *f \ coral pinnacles protruding from ,
the ground in lower Dade
U D4*BSCBIrTlOf CmtrO _RATE... __ I1.MII |i v" a ratL v PO IE and the overburden of land, also,

., lIMo counts __. .- .M f/7lnS; > > ar JT' are evidence of this dual rood.a .
e e

The wintry blasts of the North ''
PrayerWe annually drive to this region a '

pray for comfort, ease and great horde of sharpen shysters,
wealth; c roo k i, impostors, canvassers,

We pray for clothing, food and, gamblers, grafters, fortune tellers,
clairvoyants, pickpockets
health; plug ,
We pray for sunshine pray for aglles, hold-up men. operators of !'
rain 4 AIL S I +,raAiZ "skin games," beggars, courtesans,

And pray for prestige might and 4soft and even a crop of religionists, real
gain. and self-st)'led. Three of the lat- ,:
ter class were recently run out of
Today I net a man who pray: r Miami What an array of never *

Quite different from accustomed '- rtes "" workers and ne'er-do-welli do ,.
ways PA/Y A/IIER/CA Y wwu, 1 + i 111 live off the public. \;

He doesn't ask for such and such w 0 0 e K' ,
But thanks Ml God he hat to much! One does not need to lime four '- I

hands to be forehanded. While t,"
-Lynn Russell In American Eagle!
thinking this over remember that "9\

3/ 07N CQiC'UMffO iPfit'CE : opportunity Is a queer anim.l't' ,;
in WorkThe
Joy / CzerN D/AMET1r is ..fA It has a long forelock but no tall',*

United States' greatest con SQ. INCH 0 0 0 ),,,
tribution to lie U the conception QEPIPLSENTS I } Most women are familiar with r','

that labor to something dignified ,096 SQtMdT /. rayon, the chemical fabric and In "
another two its brother .*. '
and desirable for everyone, declares AwWa S year
Chafining Pollock distinguished gsonl e( s t.nar.t t (or should we say "sistert *$

playwright, author, and nylon, will appear. It will be a t
publicist, In the current Rotarian 19V6 dslda6Rr7rAWS /l + chemical silk for the production of v

Magazine. Work It tti own reward Ell"Cy.VClyYr which the duPonts are erecting In I;

he believes, for nobody SAGO "V- a Delaware town; at a cost of eight it"
did anything well or got anywhere million dollars a plant for Its

? i without Jay in his Job, and manufacture. Tally one more for

\ that U aa true of tittle Job M of H/dvtrr8s the mechanical age ,;;
I' a 0
big one*.
There are tome curious contradictions ,\;
We can have neither progress --- -

I nor prosperity neither opportunity Ill I/I share of the prizes, as the general -- In the world For example, : ag,

nor democracy" says Mr. Pol- UnmUlllllllnllllllRllllllml1D11tl1(,exhibit of the chamber of commerce take the case of Mussolini who says
lock, 'while considerable number : la believed to be the best Italy does not now have sufficient ,

of u* regard work as an enemy, 20 Years there. Avocados sent up by W. J room for Its 44 minion people yet
t but what U neo the point, we Ago: Jerome were a center of attraction OBSERVATIONSBy he declares Its birthrate Is too low

shall find our dignity equally lessened at many had never before I AGNEW WELSH and proposes to stimulate it with '.'
F and our self-respect and 1111tilllf lRhIAII111AlI111g11111iii1111111! seen this fruit although they had premiums for larger families Evidently
I our pleasure In living. heard of Its fine edible qualities he places quantity above
"There an dirty Jobs dull Jobs, Mm TM Ittm Mfe-tM 01.t HMM w m MM a..w.d..r. 1 Cane syrup, grown ground and I i'I I got a lot of pleasure on the! quality. In all probability those

de\'.. HUMMM4 r....IS. III*. boiled by Mrs R. R. Biggers was a 1 I I I occasion of the recent Potato Day, producing the largest families are
\ can be few, even of these, that do 11 as-.-d 1..h 0. If,rt.da rats, with a.us_meow_ headliner That rival of the,j I particularly In meeting such nice least able to care for them, but
not some return outside of w..d-L.... I tomato in popularity with the I II people as J. M. Holferty and the: they'll do for "cannon fodder.."

the i iy envelope," he continues."It Feb. 2x,1119 grower cabbage, also was represented :, Vicks-father, mother and two 0
I' illy mutt help to know that,' I and the heads sent by B C ': tons I also received a thrill whenthe I A VanderbIlt University man

I I f you i pulling your weight doing, -"At Florida City the newly-or- Murphy were certainly tome beauties i!, federal experiment lecturer says that his study of the trend of
your bit and holding your place' i ganlzed[ grower have started work I Ion Thanks are due to I. R I spoke of the early Ohio potatoes, the times Indicates to him a permanent -
in tl,. world-at least it muat help I II a complete modern packing Matthews J. B. Moffett Mrs J. L I, they were growing there. I knew I movement of homes and

the i' in hose vision Kasn been I 11 house to be run In cooperationwith Ballard, M D. Yetter Fritz Fuchs, : very well the man who originated I I : Industries from the great Industrial
I di-tv. 'tx) !I'Tl the East Coast Growers' Association Mrs. F B. Blackealey, B. C Murphy thla variety-Morgan C Rcece a centers of the North to smaller

I + : snap who doesn't find his < The building will be C. M Fisher and W J. Carter mile south of Bucyrus, Ohio. M y:I' cities and towns In agricultural

Job : dull or too devastating ton'tHlik. j commodious, M x 70 feet, and will, who cared for the booth and to '111 I j eyes long restrained in their vision regions and that nothing can stop
I, to hold it very long, the 11 have an approximate capacity of who sent in their products to the.' to a few city blocks were weariedby this reverse economic movement

t play \ right says, for the majority!1 1f I four cars a day The growers fair or aided in any way. The i the vast expanse of that seemingly I The professor states that while
ofu, eessful men started it Jobs elected the following officers to kindness of W. D. Horn of the limitless space with its the steam engine created the first
f that i ay hl\', teemed uninteresting -' I handle their business president, Standard Growers' Exchange In I 8.000( acres of potatoes alone and a great financial revolution, the
lot of which they were 1 1unu&r Edward Siding: secretary C. D. transporting the materials to,I big developing concern bull-doz gasoline and electric combination

,med and unretentful Il Wilson. The directors are f. C. Miami was also appreciated ." ing" several thousand more acres is bringing on the newer one

"Thfjr were banking on them.:', !Schweitzer, J F Simmons R. J "DarM Kufeldt of Chicago hal for leasing or tale. 0 0 0
selve playing a thrilling game; I Powers, T. A. Feaster and C. S. bought the Soper property through For the 1937-38 crop Dade Columnist Damon Runyon has a

t keeping one eye on the bolts or the Hough." I. R. Matthews and will move into County produced 1022 carloads of new name for keeping one's mouth
wastebaskets and the other on the -"Mrs. Harriet M Little of WllUamstown. the house now on the place and potatoes Once "westward the shut when It is not wise to speak:

gold not necessarily material gold Vt. passed away at the Improve the property ." star of empire took its way" he calls it "judicial reticence"
_t tie foot of the rainbow" Pol. home of her daughter Mrs C. H. but with potatoes It is drifting Reminds me of what tome one
lock points out They could say Woodbury, in Redland Monday afternoon -"Lena "Fuchs was In Miami on southward. Hastings was once the wrote under one of those huge,

.t i M. Barrie one did. "The most Mrs Little was hereto Tuesday. great area for winter-grown potatoes mounted sailfish: "If I'd kept my ,
--Mn. C M. Budd .
precious possession X have ever visit another daughter Mr. S. Is entertaining but none' it It Dad that Is mouth shut I wouldn't be here." (
had-my joy tn hard work 1:. Drew ." her mother this week" recognized a* the earliest potato- 0 e e
"Mrs. David KofeMt arrived In -"Mrs. / D. XeM was toned to producing area In the U. & Last A hall century ago when we
Miami the tint part of this week Key West this week, as her mother jeer's 1,800,000 bushels brought to wanted a figure of speech to radl-

Children in Court from Chicago and accompaniedher and sick": grandmother wet both very growers about one and one-half cate speed we would say "It Is

Br. f dc( ilaisehsi lot ifleld husband here ," "Dave Sullivan son snBlion dollar quicker than lightning" Now
"Mrs. Ww CapIInger arrived for week." bead lick e e 0 modern invention has thrown that .
home from New Orleans en Friday a into the discard as a new electrical
LTINOWith -Judge Blanton Bob HiH It has been long-mooted
and question ,
after having attended the twitch operates so fast that It
City Clerk Livingston sprat Thursday u to whether there is crude
funeral of her father throws on the electric current before -
1 an ever lacieaalsii lumber and Friday of tilts week gun 1,1 beneath South Florida and the
-"A earful of young people wentto your bulbs cease to shine
of children being brought lab Miami Beach on Saturday ning for deer on Long Key. A* all old rule, "Oil la where you find It," when a current of lightning
court Juvenile authorities ia many Those M the party were Mas three are dead shots, and< the season h yet a safe guide, for the whole I strikes the wires
cities are becoming alarmed over winds with the matter la yet problematical.
tip end ef the Re-
I Fleece, Louise Williams, Nina Sutton 0 0 *
what IIIIt future holds tor such month It Is reasonable to mewed Interest has been created
( Alvin Campbell, Roy Maithews suppose Recently the Mexican IOwm-
jroungAert. something la .* Iy the report from Texas of
going to bappn."J.'on&rtod the
I end
Cecil nook. ment made two more land seizures
chief fur fifteen
One of the reasons is finding of a new 01
rapidly becominga area a thousand -
-'C. C. Voorhees in addition
at one time to the oil wells grab
billion dollars a year crime center for the ; miles long and
do I II'NU' I postmaster of cdl and, met with packing house a hundred One of these latter la a large cane
bill "- that many parents aot business.. The latest centers toengage wide, known as the Sparta-Wilcox
a uniiil accident Monday when plantation and the other area
p. an
.' them rtvt ere I
that they
: In this business here4 the trend. It U thought to extend from
he was run Into by fat auto trackdriven of several thousand acres Is to
dev disobedience and dh-! 'the Rio
lifting Grande
Standard into
Growers' : Central Misa-
Exchange of
by a IS-year-oIoT boy be devoted to tomato raising.
boor-ty In their children. A most ,j brlando Tla. having branches In : 'fc-lippi at a depth of 9,000 feet at
I Feb. n. im "f'11 What are they doing with the oil?
eommqr method whereby parent, Miami and Atlanta They have':, ]the lower edge and an incline to Selling it to Germany. And what
help M instill the root of dishon- 'William Henry Rite died on 1 leased the old packing house opposite I.BOO at its northern edge The will become of ?
the tomato crop
eats i* a. youth .11Q .lie in hw Sunday at his home In Flcrlda City I :] the station and areinstali.Log drill is the real test and It coats Sell It to u*. We do not hove much
prestnt(' after a long infceas.. Tbe funeral'services ;I this week tt. 00 worth of the big money to conduct drilling operations I luck with cane and tomatoes Carl
d Pi otx should always remember were hold ia the King :1 latest labor-eavinf naehlnery particularly such great '
Bitting said the Oewiston sugar
t K a son fir daughter will not' undertaking parlors In Miami oo The plant will start up on Tuesday depths.Speaking.
plant Feb. handled tons
7 5.700
on l
long remain honest If they them-I Monday Mr. and Mrs Rue havebeen I next with W. D. Horne as I e I
of St Valen-
raw cane and that on
elm 're untruthfulFood I : old-time residents of Florida I manager of this division. He will of oil wells. Dr. George tine's Day it put through lie mill
City. Their son Frank, is now In I I have John B.
Moffett as secretaryand F. Kay, an low geologist, statesthat 1,700 sacks of sugar of 250 pounds
far Thought I t the navy In foreign waters" I I"The assistant ." the
drillings from the oil teawell t each. As to tomatoes well weft
a Politician: "The farmers of our -- annual Dade County Fair ."The
many friends of Capt C. S. being drilled at Crestview o grow a few thousand acres hen in.ttede .
Country should grow more wh .t. opened Wednesday of this week 1 Hough and wife gave then a farew.u -: the Tamiaml Trail. Indicate that County

Heckler: "What about hay?" with at pepreaentebve display .4 reeepUon ia the church I Florida was submerged a few mil i *

Politician *I was talkIng: about I the: county. products Homestead Tuesday event". nein"tp tfIco- ,eat !Hon years ago William O. In southern Mexico, Central
food for II\Inklnd-however. fill' there of course, with a good I tire population of the town [ :1 Blanchard who baa made fi close; America and Yucatan are found
let to your case In a minute"-Ex. exhibit and will carry off a good I represented (Florida City. j ;study of Florida geology believes (Continued on Page Seven)

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Friday,February 24,1939 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Paw Fire r



oft V1 Ann

To the Tenth Annual Redland

District Fruit Festival

. . . .

Whether you be visitor from the North or resident of this area, the ex-

hibits of commercial and rare fruits and vegetables grown in the Red-
land District will intrigue you and broaden your knowledge of the agricultural .

possibilities here.

To our honored visitors from the North we suggest a drive through the

vegetable fields of the East Glade to the south and east of Homestead,

Naranja, Princeton and Goulds as well as a drive through our grovesto

the north and east of Homestead where you can see on the,trees the

,fruits you have viewed at the festival.

You can not get lost. Signs at main road intersections will direct you
back to the:Miami highway. Come back and visit with us often.

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of Commerce. !

J Homestead Florida 1

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have for sale businessproperty "....................................... and need an up-to-the-minute a tourist

lime groves, apartment house.

grapefruit groves avocado We have some beautiful
You are invited to in- sites for either of these
groves, unimproved and will help you locate a
land and winter truck land spect our moderately terested.suitable one if you are in

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home and have plenty
community if you will
Homes for rent, land for landscaping and come to our office on

Apartments for rent. Krome avenue south of
i it iI I fruit trees for home use the Baptist.Church.

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who want
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February 24,1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page_Seven

II ,_ A recent creek-up on Miami similarity of rock layers of the two Townsend Club to Have :
ARMCHAIR Beach shows it to have 193 hotels continents
Food Booth at Fes thai: :
and 683 houses Last
e e .
Oil CHANGE NOT OBSERVATIONSBy :year 239 new homes were built See If you can figure outOhls The Homestead--Townsend- Club ; ;
one: "Luke had it before; Paul
AGNEW WELSH will have a restaurant and liter*
Expert readers go over some had it behind. Neither Matthew .
NEEDED OFTEN ture booth at the Redland District t
wwwwrwwwww"wrwwwww.www.w 70,000 manuscripts a year for the nor Mark had It. old Mrs. Mulligan Fruit Festival, according to an aij- :
(Continued From Page Four) Saturday Evening Pout a stupendous had it twice In succession, Dr. Lev- nouncement by the club secretary' ,
task that requires a large force ell had it both before and behind (
"Everyone remember not John D. Wysong Net proceed '
can so great masses of the itone remains of trained and talented workers. and had it twice as bad the second
long when It will be used to promote the Townsend :
ago was customary
oil of cities occupied by a race of That means that over 200 per time; girls have it once and boys movement he said On Mday. .
to change engine SOO
every whom but little trace remain*-th* working day must be read, do not have It."
miles," says L. K. Marshall, general March 3, "Townsend Day" it }:
service manager, Pontiac Mayan civilization.: Carnegie Institute 0 e 0 e e the festival a chicken dinner will '

Motor division. "In the last few exporen report that the city It has not as :yet been definitely Not far from where I was born be served at the Townsend booth
years, however, engine design has Is proved that there was such a there were found a century ago, Older members of the local
North Yucatan
of Mayapan In the fabled Atlantis the the bones of mastodon at the will be hand
Improved to the extent that oil region as or a Townsend club on all
changes are considerably more Infrequent surrounded by a wall six feet high lost continent, but some geographers source of the east branch of the the hand out Townsend .
and nine to twelve thick that .n- are theorizing: on the eastern Scioto river In Ohio. This pre literature take membership applt. I

"In the old days no adequate compasset an area of about two and western continents fitting into historic animal commonly called cations, and sell subscriptions to I
each other to prove that they were, the American elephant, is said to the Townsend weekly. Younger
means was at hand to prevent mllei Although its deca-
square once Joined but drifted apart some be co-existent with man. Such members will work In the restaurant
dust, water and raw fuel from
reaching the oil in the crankcase dence set In before Columbus 250: million years ago They say remains have been found In many department, which will be ;
touched the western hemisphereit that would be less than an Incha states of the Union and in several in the charge of Mrs Wysong :
Since then, however, many remarkable
automotive inventions Is thought to be the youngest of year from such original positionand foreign lands-..even In Alaska and
declare this is a slow motion Siberia, but strangest of all was the nearest point to mainland was :
have been adopted. the Important cities of the Mayan I
compared with glacier movementsof find on the Island of Trinidad nine miles away. The remains :
"Many owners do not realize empire and Its period of existence, that much per hour. These which Is separated from Vene- were found In one of the asphalt
what great strides have been made from 118S to 1283. scientists base their theory on zuela by the gulf of Paria The deposits of that region i
by automotive engineers to Increase
car life in addition to savIng
them money. 1
"Take a late model Pontiac as

an illUEtratloa Maybe we're silly to
"The carburetor and crankcase give j
ventilator air cleaners keep dirt
and dust from entering the engine f
crankcase and combustion cham- much !
ben (special oil bath cleaners are I so away
recommended for heavy duty in

extremely dusty territory.) ,
"The engine thermostat maintains .
constant engine temperatures
thus retarding the formationof I vc
water which dilutes the oil and
also forms an acid when mixed xt

with certain exhaust gasesWhen I ckrrs
starting a cold englna
the proper amount of fuel Is accurately I
furnished by means of
the automatic choke, preventingtoo
rich a mixture which wouU
dilute the engine oil I
"The automatic heat control
warms and thereby makes more
complete the combustion mixture.

'Undesirable vapors are effectively j
removed from the crankcase -
by means of the crankcase
ventilator system combining
pressure and suction both in the
case of Pontiac-thereby prevent
ing water and raw fuel from mix
ing with crankcase oil.
"Because of these Improve k' 2 v
ments, engine oil can be used for,
a longer period without becoming Here's free postcards...a funny weekly for the kid.;!

contaminated and it Is no longer' even an angler's certificate with a place for your picture' '

necessary to recommend frequent holding the big catch. Guaranteed to keep you out of

changing of oil. the Lur's Club, A swell new free imp loo.4JOSH.KUTMIE.THE6W.P I
"PontiaC engineers have been
among the leaders In many of j
these developments As a result,I MEL4NERI WI ARE In TERRIiLI TOin PARDON MI. MA'M.HERE'S *ULPs BESIDES IA. JIM.Rots t
our recommendations to our own THE sUNauINE Is A STRANGER AN MAP KX VISITORS SHOWS Alt
ers in regard to oil changes are as STA. wmAT rj Nor Know YOUR THE FUN SPOTS AN'10W TO 1"-" *" ALLT IIE t
yTf f ?
follows: GULFS we .owe To Do Nowt WAY AROUND) DST TO EM. Lt x Sf516EACNESfGOLLY

"a. Change the Initial filling at
1,000 miles
"b. In normal service change FUN NAP d s
oil every two or three thousand
"c. Change oil more frequentlyIf / {/ VicT1Y6STOD0

dust conditions are bad, or In
winter when the car Is driven onlyat '
slow speeds or short intervals 'AN'"iKA60 ,AN'LOON
causing dilution, or if car is drivenat AT THESE fREll
high speeds when light oil will e POST CARDS TO
attain a heavier body causing hard SEND NOME]
"No oil need be added between
changes If the level Is above the
'refill' mark.

A. ABrJ/r 17ILM IlJA4Y/




Closed Saturday CHICKs Helps keep you out of a peck bbc travel viA thorough JM

v of trouble on the road seat)*job.
Free Parking Space
UUMIDI OIL CHANGe HrjilaoMtravelwon t
KM N. W. I6TH 8T. MIAMI l LCTV USE ICI WATIRt Mighty refreshing ..
oil with froth, 100%
PEON I-S1I1 ALWAYS STOP AT during a long dm*. At most Good
Pure Peon in IN nM
GULF STATIONS AN'GET Cull dealers',along with cold bottled farFlanU
THE met drink*. drum*
Out MO-NOX UNTO Tb Snor*.. J
Be stare that year em ere ai euu lUIIKATIONi C..ridollravel Pnolgaeyesseedforhtgb-speed lour. _

vood M yeas brakethen squeaks-.e apart,low-ooet job. log la a.odera...h-comprMwoo caret j
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: FAR PRODUCE : Is Not Just a Phrase! .


POTATOES It is an actuality and produces the fruits and vegetables so

TOMATOES invitingly displayed at the Redland District Fruit Festival in'

BROCCOLIBEANS quantities sufficient to supply the Nation's table at a time

when practically all other farming areas hibernate for the Winer.

SQUASHPEPPERS Complete your picture of the magnitude and stability of the
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I Buena and India, the snake-like I effect on plant life and method

MARKED CLIMATIC AND SOIL DIFFERENCES HERE fig relative cecropia, the egg-like I for their control

ties and the large acidulous sour- The process of cleftgraftingavocados
I sop. Among the tropical nuts, tip-grafting avocados
some ten lit number, will be the I II and shield budding of citrus will
RESULT IN SUBTROPICAL EXPERIMENT STATION I oil' palm, nuts, the rumbang oil| be shower by akrWs ot trees at
nuts and a single specimen of the, various stages of the operation.
I coco-de-nut, whose seed weight)., As a background for a portion
EXHIBIT Of EXrERMENTSTATION!: about twenty pounds.Six of the exhittt; various of the more
By 11- t-"COfhnMIn tropical fruit
to eight types of the -
papaya trees growing in boxes wllV 1:0
Assistant Horticulturist Acting in Charge will be displayed.
Subtropical Experiment Station The avocado growing area oftheRMlarids I used.
The Subtropical Experiment Sta-
Marked differences and rootstock tion will have aW educational' exhibit -'I Will be represented b,.
disease .
e from the variety,
boskets' of fruit of 13 of the convmerclaily Wan A&Fay-Try Them
rest of Florida climate vegetaxtlon studies, at well analytical stud'let -I' !of fruit, nuts; potatoes and to-I late vaYlefles. !
and lOlls have brought their in the laboratory. Experimentsare .matoes' growing M South DadeCounty planted .Sasas
peculiar horticultural problems to being carried out also with along wltH displays of some! the citrus section will contain! :
the Redland District. Although co-operating growers. I of their diseases and' propagation sixty-odd varieties of1 citrus- grown
the Florida methods. The booth will be In locally. This includes twelve vat Ii
Agricultural Expert-) Another farm is situated bout .1 1 Tropical Cafe
of J. rleties of tangelo, fourteen' vnrle
ment Station, which' was estab-1 six miles east of Homestead on the) charge S. Lynch, assistant
horticulturist, who will be on handto ties of acid fruits and six varieties
lished in 1887 at Lake City and North Canal, and Is known a> the
ef city hall
later moved to Gaineivllle, gave station's east glade farm. Here explain the exhibit and to of the mandarin orange group. [ I doom swrtv
what assistance It could It became much of the work with, vegetables answer questions of visitors. As mangos are out of season, a' HOMESTEAD1; f LORTtt.yRegttlaf
apparent that the 400 miles which'' and cover crops la conducted.' The tropical fruit section will photographic display Of some I -
separates Gainesville from the, Vegetable studies include fertilizer,I contain baskets of twenty-seven twelve varieties will be shown. The; thinner 50c
Redland District was too great a disease, varietal and rate of seeding -' different fruits maturing at this early avocado varieties will also: Plate kmth 35c
distance to carry on co-operative tests. Emphasis Is placed on season. The fruits run the gamut be shown pictorial/ I -p'
work adequately. Accordingly,' potatoes on this farm, but com i I both in site and flavor, Includingthe Most of the more serious diseases .
el'and Mrs.ribmaM
albs Both8Mf
through the united efforts of local peppers, beans, radishes, carrots small sweet cherry-like mun- Attacking: the citrus and''
growers and civic organizations, of and other crops art also studied. tinga, thepurple Ceylon-goose- tropical fruits will be shown' In'j ] KsewsdiH !rope.
the Dade County commissioners. Cover crop varieties and their effects berry, the bael-fruit so popular in culture with photographs' of th !. -

and the state experiment, station,*, upon the soil are also studiedhere. ........... ........... .. ... ..... ................. -.....
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the third farm, known as the .e' ...
board of control of the state of ...
Highlands farm, is located about .. ...
Florida to
establish the Subtropical .
tour miles southwest of Honle-
Experiment StatIon In southern IMPROVED PROPERTY TOWN LOTS
I stead. Here practically all efforts :
Dade County: as a branch of the
are centered tomatoes Thestudy
upon :
main station at Gainesville. Funds} of tomato diseases and their .. ...
were also provided for mainte- ...
nance. I through application of :
fungicides and the development of f
Land was donated by several resistant varieties, It one of the :.. ......
prominent citizens, and the Dade largest projects. Varietal tests. .. ...
County commissioners erected the' studies of staking and pruning; and ::
buildings, scarified the land and Investigations involving the .
maturity -
provided certain additional fun Is harvesting and subsequent :
tor labor. Beginning In the fall handling of tomatoes, as these) factors :!
Of 1935, the county commission relate to quality and market- Edward Stiling
if i
with the
county budget board annually ability, are also under way. :
hive provided additional While the experiment station Is
funds which have aided materially primarily a research institution, :
In extending the research work of whose function It is to increase '
the station. knowledge of the crop and the f
Research work at the station I problems faced In their commercial a
covers practically all phases of production, yet a great deal of the '
horticulture, and is divided into time of the staff Is taken up with a i
four main phases: fruits, vegetables answering requests for informa REALTORFlorida iO
cover crops and forestation tion. In this way the usefulness :
studies. The station has three of the station extends far beyond a
tracts of land. One, located on the confines of the Redland District :
Waldln drive) one-quarter mile and Dade County. Inquiriesfrom f O
west of Redland road, is composedof St. Augustine, on the east
60 acres, and It is here that the 'coast, to Pensacola, In West Florida I':
offloes and laboratories are located. and all of the central part of Florida
Here also, are the citrus, avocado the state, come to this station for : City, ;
and mango groves, the plantings of i Information regarding avocados, I
other tropical and subtropical fruit I mangos, papayas and other sub :
and economic trees, end the fores I tropical fruits.College :
tatlon plots. Investigations under f
way with fruits Include fertilizer, Quartet Gives :

Concert Here TonightThe :I ESTABLISHED 1910

SS. Line to Serve Free Trevecca-College Quartet ....I

Florida Citrus Juices j from Nashville Tenn., will give a :' 3 3I
concert at the Homestead Nazarene :
Lakeland, Feb. 23. (Special)- I Church tonight at 7.30 under the ..I
Passengers aboard steamers of the direction of its instructor, Prof. D. :
Clyde-Mallory lines will be served A. Yarborough. I i'I GROVES ACREAGEI
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free orange and grapefruit juice, ,
squeezed from Florida fruit, as part A card from a co-worker vacationing i I ...
of the company's effort to assist In the balmy South reads:
the citrus citrus commission industry.has The been Florida advised "Having.time; wish a I perfectly could afford wonderful It.-Ex. :rI !...!.!..44..4A44..4..U4i4A..AAA4..AAAAA..AM4AA4AAAAA..A'""""...,".,,,".,.,.,".,,,""""" ,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,,.,,..,,,.""!!!.!!.!..!..!."."...,,.,....,.,.,.,,.:,,,,.,. .
by O. W. Bartlett, executive
general agent of the lines In Jacksonville -

ments this Free line use juice, has that of on been gummed its the suggestion adopted.liners seals alon'l Write the Future Chapters of YOUR Life

company correspondence, which I

for suggest breakfast"your use and of health's Florida luncheon sake.citrus"menus fruit All in South Florida --- Land of Better LivingYou

have been reprinted, to add the I
word "Florida" wherever oranges
and grapefruit are mentioned. The
free juice will be served along CAN own a home here, because I have properties to suit all tastes and fit all pocket-

with bouillon at 11 o'clock in the j i books. Let me show you what you want. Through twenty-five years' residence I
morning, and with tea in the
lounge at 4 o'clock in the after- KNOW the Redland District and am qualified to advise you.

The juice will be obtained from visitors""
freshly squeezed Florida oranges Serious inquiries invited and "just welcomed

and grapefruit, Mr. Bartlett's an-

nouncement stated. TWO SAMPLE LISTINGS

30 acres fine lime or avocado land, one' mile from Homestead, on oiled road. $1,000

Dr. A. T. Knowles total, cash.

VETERINARIAN KEY LARGO bedrooms, 2 tile baths, living room, dining room kitchen, suo-porchy,

plenty of closet space, hardwood floorstil? roof. 2-car garage with 3 rooms and fcttrY

e above. Walled patio-all in A-l condition. On large earner lots 2 ofocRrf from oceM.
Office sad DoiplUl
Riparian rights at street-end. No better., bay af $5,000..
Mil M. W.: 17th Anno

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[they had been visiting tat several''

: days.

In and Jlround '.: Mr. and Mrs.--H.-H. Ewing are I!i

entertaining Mrs. Ron taker at,
t 1 -11 Long Island, Mrs. Alice D. Porter i I WELCOMETO
1 of Boston and Miss Laura L. Ewingof ,
Homestead Topeka, who arrived Tuesday,
, i[: for a visit of several-.... I

'JA J Preston B. Bird will return tonight -'
from a two-day business trip:
\ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fog le Mrs. W. T. Watkins arrivedWednesday to Jacksonville.Dr. : .
Karanja are announcing the Ofl( from Plant City to visit! and Mrs. Charles Dieter of HOMESTEAD
of seven-pound Mil-, her _-lA-law and daughter. Mr.;; _
a & Stamford, Conn. were recent visi- : ,
dred Jean. In the Post Graduate] and Mrs. Tom Grantham, and her I ton of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Ge-'\
I' hospital Wednesday Mrs. rope other son Edw. Walklnsw ronlmo and Mr. and Mrs. M. C.; ,
is the former Miss Mildred _- w I
Carlia I
; bell. Camp-I Mrs. Marshall Jones of Miami! I II FESTIVAL VISITORSBefore

, and Mn. Chan Kersey and Mrs., FLORIDA CITY ;
Clinton H. Pepper, Miss Elbert Knight both of Vero, visit-1
V Coldren and John Coldren who' ed Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Coalman! By Mrs. W. W. Severy j, i
accompanied the body of Mrs. Pepper -; Sunday. i
to Perryopotts Pa. where ---- I Mr. and Mrs. James P. Gilbert
burial took place Tuesday have Mrs. Rose Sprinkle and children'o' Still River. Mass. and Mr. and .
returned to their homes. Mary and Charles, returned to Mn John Gilbert of Miami were 1j
their home in North Carolina after Sunday visitors at the home of j
J. W. QlllanpH was taken to University a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fox.; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Stiles you leave be sure to visit our v.on- '
hospital Friday for an ap- d
peodtntis operation. Mr. GUlat- Mr. and Mn Harry Coywood of:iTangtown. Sunday guests at the home of,'
Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Shields derful farm and grove sections and see '
: pie la the father of Mn. J. A. N y, visited Mr. and were: ,
and Mrs. P. Baker. Pollard Mrs. E. B. Oakley several days, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shlrman and
, latt .eek. |!daughter Mia Nancy, and J Collies the fine fruit and vegetables that are being ,
all of Coral Gables, and Mr.
Mn. Walter Eaaon of Princeton, -
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and Mrs. E. A. Croucher :
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sawyer has
; daughter, and E W. Lowe raised while the of
, to her home In Philadelphia after' Carol rest the country is
seaas a visit with her son-in-law and i'of Coconut Grove. I I

.: partment of Burdioe's Miami daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank, blanketed with Ice and i
Helen Schroeder was at the Kendall -+ snow.
Beach store. Morris. I
I hospital for treatment Tues,

I Miss Jewel Turner, daughter ofl j Mn. Ruby Hodges of Macon returned day.Mr I
Mr and Mrs. Chas. G. Turner has, to her home Saturday after and Mn. Fred Hoelzer left
i r been granted a Florida teaching spending two weeks with Mr. and Wednesday for St. Louis after a e
i i certificate based on four yean of!1! Mrs. Jesse. Underwood. 'one-month vacation here.Mrs. j .
t. college training at Florida State I I
, College for Women. Mrs W. K. Haas, Eire J. A. Paul McGee of Boston and
. I Hooks and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman! Mrs. Milton Morris and daughter'
Prof. J. L. Zwlckey of Detroit, attended a district meeting of the] Sally, and Myron and Stanley'
Mich., is spending a few weeks at- Woman's Auxiliary of the Epfsco-i Erockett, all of North Haven,
r the former Adams house on Red-' pal Church in Coconut Grove Monday -, Conn., left for their homes Sunday -
land road. when Bishop Roberts Of after a two-week visit here
Dakota was a guest speaker.South I Kilgore Seed Co.
II J. A. Sever la serving on they
Mrs. C. T. Bowman of Damascus I I Jury In Miami this week. I
Ga, arrived Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Faust had as .
till after the Fruit Festival with her'' week-end guests Dr. and Mrs. W. Johnny Delta la reported to be
son-in-law and daughter Mr and P. Bonar of Moundsville. W. Va, recovering from his recent Illness'i iMr
%frs. T. E. Kirby, and her son and' and Mrs. Frank Bonar of Cameron -' '
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mn.' W. Va. j jMm I and Mrs. Joe Gay of Marl- Homestead, Fla. Phone 63
I Wm. Balls. She spent last weekIn : 'anna who are spending several
Miami with her son-in-law and Iva DyaL a itudent at Stetson days In Homestead were Tuesday
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J P. H nd- University visited her parents -' evening visitors at the home of
ley, and her daughter Miss Susie over the week-end. Mrs. Blanche Chapman. \:
Balls. .
t Mr. and Mn Thomas Quiiliami,: Miss Beth Hunter of Miami is a'I WANT ADS PAY WANT ADS PAY
(Continued on Page Fifteen)
C. J. Parman has been ill with spent Sunday visiting friends in --
influenza this week: Little River. *

; Mr. and Mrs.: :Jt Mulkins and Mr. and Mn G Haupert and
i family have moved from the Hays Mr. and Mn. T. E. Gibb of Detroit.
t \' house on Comfort road In Redland'' Mich, and Miami Beach were recent r r I
to the Mailers house on Plummer visitors Redland. VON

t 1 drive
Mrs. T. E. Adams of Detroit,
Mr and Mrs. William M. Brodie Mich. is visiting at the home of
are enjoying a visit with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baker. 4
1 Brodle's niece. Mrs. OUie Diendorfof i i 4
Augusta Ga. Mr. and Mn Fielding A. Ruff w
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t returned to Homestead Wednesday;
Mr and Mrs. C. D. Smith announce from Sanford where they attendedthe v re
the birth of a seven-pound wedding of Mrs. Ruffs mother, r .M:4 w n y
i daughter Barbara, In the Kendall him Millie I. Bradley, to A. R.
hospital on Feb. 17. Livingston, and visited with Mr
t 1 rty ,
and Mrs. T. C Pope of that city i Lt nLet
Mn.Wm.Bradley and baby who G
W are now visiting in Miami with Mrs. W. H. Cast and son Robert,
Mn Bradley's parents, will come and their guests, Mrs. H. G. Brad-,
to Homestead the latter part of ley and Mrs. Donaldson Brown of
next week to visit with Mrs. Brad- Indianapolis, visited Key West
ley's mother-in-law Mrs. A. R. Tuesday. I
Livingston. Us Supply theLUMBER
)Ire. Ruby Doney of Perrine was'a '
Mrs A. A. Payne is entertainingMrs. I tonulectomy patient in the PostGraduate SS"t2tP
Don Hanly of Norfolk. Va., hospital yesterday.
and who with her daughter, Cora- frll Sl-wHSsi raftectm
lie, arrived Tuesday.Mr. A. S. Moye who is employed in Sr SCBEPDtr --
'"' I New Smyrna visited his family = g rr
and Mn. J. B. Scott of here Wednesday '
for Your Home!
r Miami were week-end guests of -
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott Mr. and Mrs. Philip II. Ohly of
( Oberlin O. visited Mr. and Mrs.!
: Mr. and Mrs.:J:H. Sinsel returned N. G. Ball Wednesday. When
j) you Jay put.your building plans let us estimate on the lumber

j' McDonald.Tuesday Pa. to Mrs. B. L. McClure and a house you are going to use. You'll appreciate the service as well as

three months here IilterID-law,1 guest Mrs. William B. Long of our most reasonable prices.
_U', brother and Princess Ann Md.. returned yesterday :
: ..t Mr. and Mrs. W. K. from the west coast where We will be glad to explain the FHA "payout of your income" plan
of owning a home. Come in and let's discuss your homebuildingplans.

Modernization Loans-no mortgage up to $2,600-make'it possible -

f .J4liawils Basisst.J4ger cds L..r astr- for you to make repairs and Improvements to your present

home and pay for them a little each month. a.

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worthwhile characteristic than do THE AMERICAN DOT sells on
boy who do not read It most newsstand at ISe a copy.
Homestead Trained writers and artist,famous Subscription prices are $1.80 for
II HighLightsWRITTEN coaches: and athlete,explorers, one year or M-00 for three yean.
J I scientists and men tucccuful In Foreign rate We a year extra. To I

BY MEMBERS OF THE HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISM business and Industry Join with subscribe: limply end your name
BARBARA BVRKE. Editor an experienced staff to product In address and remittance direct to
THE AMERICAN BOY, the sort of THE AMERICAN BOY, 7430 Second -
I reading matter boys like best BlvcU. Detroit Michigan. ,
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-- Saturday morning the Homestead at Sears Miami"DEFIANCE"
Mn. Margaret Mills will presenther "Little Ronda" _......_ MartinI High tennis team met Its : :
piano pupils in a recital this' Barbara Smith, Barbara Wakefield: first opponent and first defeat .
evening at 8 o'clock In the home Mary F. Morton Our team played some hard games
of Mr. and Mrs. Marlowe Jacob- "Flower Song" ._ _. LangeGrletje but lost by a narrow margin. .
sen. The program will be at follows -' Terburg Those who scored point for
: | "Over the Wave __ Roast, Homestead were Bonnie Groover .
"Looby-Loo" __. Will Porter Frank Hausman, Mr. Hausman and Claudia Conner.Next .
Marlon Anderson I Saturday morning the sen- :
"Waltz of Spring__ Rogers"Fireflies" Elementary Pupils Give ior team will play the Junior team, LAWNMOWER
__ Williams
The Junior team has been practicing -
Mary Frances Morton George Washington PlayThe hard and la going to play

"Old Folks at Home" ..._.... Foster II tome hard game So watch out
Barbara Jean Smith elementary grades enjoyedan senior te.m. and may the better
Minuet from "Don Juan"....Mor rt Interesting assembly program, team win.American.
Barbara Wakefield I(I Wednesday In celebration of

"Elfin Dance"__Grieg George Washington's birthday
Frank Hausman I Mrs. Dye's room put on a play entitled -
I Boy
Duet no.. '_.__ .. Bilbra I "Too Many Flags." George BEARS
Barbara Smith Barbara Wakefield Washington was played by Charles Companion to Thousands SAVING:

Minuet In G __. __ Beethoven I I Martin; Betsy Ross, by Ruth Rut- r MICE
Marlow Jacobsen ,j(.land; and Robert Morris, by Jack Hundreds of thousands of boy t
"The Fountain" Bohm Kemp. Songs and poems were and young men read THE AMERICAN
"Scarf Dance" j < Chamlnade. 1 given by the rest of the class. BOY Magazine every month
Walker The third grade boys Miss, 749
Virginia .tft and consider It more as a living
"Santa Lucia" __Italian Folk Bong' Ray's room,are working airplane companion than as a magazine.
Athfey Kemp which they will exhibit at
"It's a* much a buddy: to me as
this Fruit FesJlvaL. = .
READINGS DirlnlNn.. Gladys Copper's absence my, neighborhood chum" write '
GOT CHORAL i last..week Wit, crab htgh school senior "THE Bail- U wtthsaurf hart we-... give year ., Nosiest service
All 1be'high school pupils were filled by Ma.,S. 1.. West AMERICAN BOY seems to understand : I Crucible steel blade Raised edge steel b4 kaJJ. I aul-
entertained In chapel Friday by a boy' problems and eon- feeble bracket, I. catting reeL 1U..we.**.. I.-... wheel
the speech classes that presented CLASSES STUDY MAGAZINEAll alders them in such a sympatheticand smooth-ruuilac. ball bearing
group of choral reading' These 1 helpful way. It gives advice
Included: "The Highwayman" by classes of Junior and senior and entertaining reading on every
Alfred Noyes."The Gypsies" and high have arranged to use "Read, subject la which young fellow la Fabric
"St Catherine" by Dorsett, "Forty I sea Digest" as a text one day a, Interested. It la particularly help
Singing Seamen" by Noyea, and' week. Class usage of the maga. ful in sports. I made our school Reinforced
"The Martial Family" by Douglas.I' sine Is expected to arouse InterestIn : basketball team because of playing
Choral readings are presentedby current events Improve reading: tips I read In THE AMERICAN Garden Hose U
a group reciting In unison. The: ability and aid in oral expression., BOY.
choral was among the earliest, The magazines will be passed from Many famous athletes In all
forms of entertainment, and.out of one class to another, so that one. sports credit much of their successto 134 ;
this there evolved, step by step, complete set can be used for all]I helpful suggestions received

our modern drama. recitations from sport article carried In THE 25-ft. Length
AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Virtually
f- !-year g naleed garden hose 7 .
;GIRLS. LIKE= FOLK DANCER,, every Issue offer advice CMnplele with cMviiajw. Heavy
H.-H.S.4-HCLUB. from a famous coach or. playefFootball h-h W.
cerranted black rubber finish.
The girls In the seventh" and basketball track, tennis,
eighth grades, as' well ai In the The meeting was called to order. in fact every major sport is covered .

lower grades, are learning folkdances 1 then turned over to MIss Margaret In fiction and fact articles. : LIGHTWEIGHT Wheel Barrows
in their physical educationperiod. Delaney, who was. down from theMiami Teachers, librarians, parent and
office. leaden of boys clubs also recommend BAMBOO RAKE For Every Purpose ;
The dances they, hue'of teamed Betty June Jenkins gave a program THE AMERICAN BOY en
ere Swedish, American, Catfish on home Improvement Miss thusiastically. They have found ....
i and Irish crlgtn. Dances of other Delaney talked to us on room improvement that a* a general rule reader of : FT : 9c 4.98.
countries also, are to be taken and showed us many THE AMERICAN BOY advance SPECIAL
up.These different ways to make dressing more rapidly and develop more SPECIAL
dance are to be wed on tables. T. rake gross

assembly programs, In plays, sad Different girls demonstrated different r leaves. For the gar.Went _
with other school projects. Injure
parts In bed making
The girls find these folk dances Miss babell Thursby of Tallahassee PLUMBINGWork ,. y.a r lawn. ties; berdwoodRtaaaard

Interesting. will be In charge of a canning trod handle. frame with. re-
meeting in the elementary4H
BAND SELLS TICKETS Club room at 1 p. m. Friday Done Promptly Teeth l morosely movable aldll.

All 4-H girls( are supposed to attend .
Tickets for the movie, "Listen. .
this meeting.NEIVT
Darling" on Mar. 7, are being sold, Rears Second Floor' .
by the members of the band of R.E.ReedRedUnd .

Homestead and High uniform to add the Instrument -'I G. BALL I''I Cwmivl Kd.,Palm Just DriveHomealead South of I. fIMS; R MB I : W If AID: .

Biscayne Dived at I3th St., Miami. Open .. I Saturday Night .
Elementary 4-II ClubBy II NOTARY PUBLIC I I .

Mary Radford and i . . . . . . .
Maarlne Houston Fire Insurance and

Miss Delaney showed us how to Kindred Lines G&LROOFING
make bed sae area
a correctly. I folp"M "a &a*
Maurlne Houston had the best
posture during the meeting IS N. Krome An.I CO.
The meeting closed with the I _

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., Twelve -THE NTERPRfHE Friday, February 24.1939
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Ir 1 Social Events in- South Dade ,Ii IiI'

f \ I party In honor d. Mr. Dunlop's

; Mr. Mattie I. Bradley and A. R. Crescent City where they visited I, birthday anniversary Tuesday evening Intapial; reception was given and Mrs. Edward Stlllng, Mr and
at their home Silver Palm
Livingston, both of whom have with Mrs. Bradley' jon .and drive. on I Monday night ,tor the Rev. Ran- Mrs William ,Stiles, Mr. and Mrs.

been prominent to the business, daughter-in-law. Mr. pod Mr'I Cover were laid for: Mr. and dolph BlacWord of Leesburg, new-' William Smythe, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Bradley, who live in that city. A. R. Caves, Dr and Mrs. C. H.
political and fraternal life of Mn. Dunlop the Rev. and MnGeo. ly appointed pastor of $t. John's
f They were expected to return Denby, Mr. and Mr. Lee H. Leh.
J:. Deuel, ,the fiev. ana 1141'11.Harley .
L Homestead and South Dade Coun. Homestead last night. Episcopal .Church of Homestead, man, Mr. and Mr*. W. R. Bird,
R. Core and Mr. and Me*
". ( ty, were married -Twesday afternoon Mr. Livingston a civil engineer Hobart Brockett. and Mrs. Blackford at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G'o. N. :Wakefield,
( In Sanford by,the Rev. Milton pioneered trails .and u r v e y s .Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman. Mrs. James Black, >lrs. C. Hagler
l'' B. sackett, former pastor of St through the Royal Palm Park and The rooms were attractively Rice Mr. Clarence Rice, Mrs. W
The CalendarNN.NN.INIINNNNNININNNNIINN I decorated with cut flowers. Mrs, K. Hans, Mr J. A.
Jqhn'i Episcopal Church of Homestead Cape Sable area a* resident engineer Hooks Mr.
of which Mr- Livingston 1* for the Model Land Co. i Virginia Walton .and Miss Rose Bertha Denby, Mr*:Henry Brook- ,
a nember. year ago H* I* a former post- Feb. 26.-Towosend Club .meet- Caves presided over the .puooh er, Jr., tfn. C. 'P.. Jackson, Mrs
:She: wedding took place In the master of Homestead and ha held ing at 2>30 In Neva King Cooper bowL Ruth Scott, Mrs. Walton, Miss
Sackett home 'in the presence of high Masonic offices lie I* till school. i, Present besides the honor guests Mary Jackson, Miss Caves, Billy
Mn. Sackett Mr. and Mrs Field- following his ,engineering profession and host and hostess were: Mr. Clark and Bruce Scott
1 ing A. Ruff of Homestead ion-In Feb. 27.-Meeting of Young
lays and daughter of Mr*. Bradley I Mr*. Livingston conduct an Insurance :Woman' Circle of W. M. S. with MARION FLEITAg CIRCLEIS Mr EJdle Hobson Mrs. O. L. Sho.
and Mrs T C. Pope ot Sanford, a agency is Democratic pre- Mn. A. M. Logan. NEW NAME OF GROUP walter and Mr. Wingate.
.t friend. After the cinct committeewoman ..and is Three of the four W. M. S. circles
I' family ceremony Feb. 28.-V. W. A. meeting with I Circle Two met with Mr*. Geo.
"' Mr. and Mrs. Livingston went to]| prominent In Eastern Star Circles Mn. Frank Irwin. of the .Homestead Methodist Ranson. Mix Helen Livingstonled
.Church held meetings Monday. the devotional and had chargeof

MRS. IIAUSMAN GIVES evening. Mar. 2.-Ad Aatra Chapter'" Circle Three, Which met with : the program.: Mra. J. ,E. Davis
LUNCUEON DAUGHTER Member present were: Mn banquet In I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. 1. D. Redd voted to call Itself presided.
li Mrs. Frank Hausman gave a Harold Oxford, Mn L. T. Proctor the Marlon Fleita Circle In honor I Other present were: Mr.. F. M.
\ i Mar. 3, Naranja Chapter, O. E. '
} Geiirge Washington luncheon Saturday Mn O. Ruehlc, Mn. Alex 'of Mrs. Redd's mother, the late Hunt, Mrs. A. S. Moye, Mr*. Dexter
ieeoM S., banquet.
I for her daughter Miss : Rudolph Mattson,I i Mrs. Fleitas, an active'member of Smith Mr. E E. Atkinson

Bertha Kill Hausman. The score Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Barrow, Mrs Mar. 6.- Meeting of Junior the church. and Mrs.Heath..
ti i coeds and place cards were red, Campbell, Mr. Dnnzey Mrs bendy -) Woman' Club. Members present were: Mrs The society's business meetingwill
wtvte and blue hatchets and the Mn. Ennis, Mr. Walker, MnWataer .; I Redd, Mrs. S. E. Livingston Mrs., .be held on March 7 In the i
Wn. Mar. 6.-Meeting of South Dade church. All circles will .meet together .
favors were small silk flags. Wittkop. Mrs. Perkins Casper Williams Mrs. J. J. Richards i ,
t The guest wtxp.: Mrs. Carl Mn. Bird, Mrs. Turner, Mn.' Garden Club. Mra. Joel J. Robinson Mrs i on March 21 at the home of 1.
{ Glenn Miss Jewel Turner Miss, the president, Mrs. Dan Williams,
j > VIvan Booth Mr. A A. Massey, I
Deden, Mr* Preston B. Bird, Mrs. Mar. 0.--f ot-luck meeting of In .
,' Helen Bixler, Miss Betty Bowen, Mrs. ,Geo. Smith, Mrs. ,Grace l>fodeUo.J.
Geo. JN. Wakftlkld, Mr*. lonnle-! Homestead B. P. W. C. 4n .Hospitality -.
Hood, Me*. ,Ge,. M. g'.tick.Mrs..C. and the hostesses. (House at f):30 p. m... I Smith, Mrs J. f. Andutfao Mrs J. .. JHCKSON'8
Visitors present were: Anse H. M..Cvibbs.pnd\ Mn. C. ..Hlawce pUtTUDAY
.o ." Barrow, ,Bruce Ennia' Harold OXford Mar. 7.-Meeting of yomwtead1 a new .memjber. Jtft. Rent, 19 (CELEBRATED AT! fJ&TY '

Mn. U }If. J>Unan. Ate. 'V ERhenay T. ,T. Walker and R. G. Wai-, P. y. A. MecvjUxe 'committee .at, Mix, M.J:'. .COwsnce Rice and M4ss Albs. J. L.Hi
1\ : Mr V- R- *Urd, Mm A,! ,ser I 2 p. m. in clinic room. Alice ,tchat'da were vUltors.! Washington planer JQ p p\f Wednes4ay -
Circle: One which met evening honor .of Mr. tfick*
with )W
A. Payne, Mr A JM Logon jwdMn
; HIlL SCOUTS STUDY No;. 7y. M. J9. eetmg\ ip, nal spe's birthday. Kb* decoration
( : Julian M. Wfibatar.JUNIOR \ MQUY Wingptq. completed Ala j
i I FIlE MAKJNQ church. :, for tWhjcken: ,WlUltr held ,-.,-,.-.I weir ,Of fed, ,wtyt jtd &lue: and \'
i The Girl Scout of Polnsettia, Mar. 9.Benefit'bridge' day. Mn. Bessie ShowatW.CQQIfucted small colonial hat were ,peed ,a*
VV9K4W* U 'I Patrol held .n all-day camp Sat; the devotional of the candy basket .ami flace cards.
Woman' Club. part
: TO EL .CX mQiEtt3' MAX. SAt \ urday tp study Sire prevention, the : program. Red gladioli -and red candles madean .
a social planting at 4he Some i building and tending of fire and; Mar. 18.-JHeetlng of Monday jtftecUye croterpfcce. -
Mrs. I.
stood (Country iQ", dire aominatIqg Afferent kinds of camp tire ,tor Music ,Club af borne of Mr. and M. folding's resignation Covers were laid for: Mr. and d
t 1, committee of the Junior camp cookery. Mr. G. |. Gault. a* leader was read. Mrs. J. A.. 1113. O. V. KIrby of Miami, Mr.

Woman's Club of Homestead submitted They learned also, how to read McNelll presided. and Me*.J. R. ilickson, Mr*. S. M. .
the following list of the compass and to follow compa! Mar 13. r- Ltglop Auxiliary'meetl1l. Others present :were: Mrs. J. L, Hickson Mr. Louise Ekey, Miss .,
\ f voted on it the next meeting, trails as well as rock trail Ballard, Mrs. Robert Glenn Mn I Ted Reitmeyer, London Hickson
i I \ March 6for president, Mri E. A one-pot meal of com .chowder Mar. '21W. M. S. circle meetIngs -I Harry Pierce, Mn. John William, and the host and hostess.
i 11,. Buchanan Mrs Claude Campbell avocados
3 tomatoes And .banana -, at home of Mn. Dan Williams: I.
I Mrs James Bird; first vice- shortcake was prepared I ,
( president Mn. Burley Dendy The patrol planned a Ore ac
f } Mr J. D. Perkins, second vice- for the troop play. tINDIGESTION THE
president, Mr*. Bruce Ennis. Mrs Present were: Captain SW, BFPtCTIVBLr treated DIXIE DRUG
L. D Danzey; recording secretaryMr Ardel Parman Suzanne ,Brown, b Chir"weelle
t :. Stanley Wittkop Mrs BIG. France Foster, Grletje :JCarburgBollegene "81... iMIIni mil today

Wither; corresponding secretary Billiard Barbara Jean DR. R. J. ELLIOTT Homestead Florida
\ Mrs Ovid Sullivan, Mr*. Robert Smith and Mary Catherine .Sutjer. ChiropractorHum.
t ? Glenn Jr.: treasurer, Mn C. R B14.. flMMfttM
Cruze, Miss Alice Hobson; auditor,: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson'
t Mr Ansel Barrow Mr. Herbert: and Mr and Mrs C. L. .Ooley of
I Turner: sponsor, Mrs A. M Logan, Naranja Chapter of the O. E. Sand F-17 '
Mr., A. W. Hutchlnson and Mrs Mn. Chas. Turner, Mr*. Geo aj
Harold K. Foulk. W Turner, Jr., Mra Lloyd Deitz, V 1.lfl'4,Rexe//
AH member were) requested to Mn J. W. '
English, Mis Alice Ma Cream
>> be present at the election meeting comber Had Misses Esther and ... ; I Shaving
The club voted to ask the county Helen JUvlnjston of Ad ,Astr Wt
commissioner to establish a localhealth Chapter visited Biscayne Chapter I _68 nll'JJ:14
eager; '
unit. In Miami Monday night when the I"
Mn. T. J. Walker and Mn. C. grand matron Mn. Beatrice Brandon 90 DAY UARANTII
R. Cruze were hostesses for the made her official visit there
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Tell eaa "do fctog' d role co Hour Movement Top for snatched r.J
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Friday, February- 4, '1'939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Patre Thirteen

GARDEN of IWcKEE CLUB: JUNGLE HE"-R18&Y,GARDEN .. Homestead Girl Scout;.

I The South )'lade Careen dub, Jay Betty Valley COZY DINERN.

I Social EventsO. Jj! met Monday afternoon at the homeOf 1 Krome Ave.Rpl'1ll .
the Rev. and Mr,. Ceo. E. .Deuel JOHNSTON'S TROPICAL \'

In Redland. .S5 A tOe
r Meals
At CoL H. W. Johnal n'! tropical -
Mrs. R. W. MulUni described
we saw jellies of all sorts Steak Chkkeu
I grove T-Bone er
the McKee
Jungle Garden with its
CHAPTERS PLAN MR. AND FAUST I made from fruits on ale place. ._
E. 8. MRS. eighty acres of beautiful botanic Dinner -- SOeKhort
FOR GRAND MATRON'S :VISIT .ZNTEJtTAJN: ;GRUB garden, its fern-lined ,beams, ,Its There was just a little jar of
The two local O. E. S. chapters I Mr. and Mn. T. ,. Faust.enter: water lilies and iU marvelous each kind but they looked very Order. SaedwdohaeSea

are planning for the official visit tained the Wednesday *U..M_ police and rare tropical, ;plants attractive. reed In Season
of Mn. Beatrice Brandon worthy Bridge Club fit their home Tues: Mn. -Geo. ,E. Reef flea* .e>*raj Then we taw ome native nia
grand matron of tbe grand chapter day .eveI\1aI. I poems. hpgany made into a set of dishes.A Wsa. FoUlard Proprietor

of Florida, who will be here; Mr. and .Mcsj. Lee H. jehaoAti Mr. R. /. Shepherd president very old pipe organ was standing -
March ) and'. She will visit ,won the high sooce prizes. read: an article oo Florida in the comer.
and Others present were: Mr. and .. In the yard there was a vanilla .
Naranja Chapter on Thursday lowers and fruits for the tanqfit
The Mn. Ceo. N. Wakefield, Mr. and plant that bade purple fruit This
Ad Astra Chapter Friday. of visitors from New -Yqrk.
Homestead lodge will gWen a ban Mn. Have ;Webb, Mr. and Mrs The club will meet Marsh t *t is the vanilla only plant from.The .that they can

, quet 4n the I, O. 0. F. hU In ,her Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Julian the ,borne xrf Mr. ,and M t. ]E- J.aTounan make boabab the
is tree
honor 'l'b.unday..vel Dl. and the H. Webster, ,Mr. and >lr W. E. *r., it was aqnoitnoad.: biggest
in the world and is used in Morocco
Naranja lodge wlU jjlve one Friday JUieney, Mr. and JArt.' W. R. Bird Present besides,those pn jbe program for wateranka.. -
evennig. and Mrs. EUtaboth Fuchs.. were: Mn. 8. 7.. ratter' t
There was a plant that eats Dies,
At Ad Astra's meeting lost Fri- -- Mrs. H. ,J. Brockett, Mm. Deuel, rats and frogs. It is said to eat .
day, members who wish to go to PRESBYTERIAN GROUP Mn. Holurter Sage Mn. # H..
of lies dozen
one quart ( one frogs
requested to SEWS FOR WUITE jQROSS Vaughan, Mri. C. U Stone Mn.X. .
the (banquet were )
and some rats a day. This is the The J4 TEST fOr LESS
make,reservations with the worthy. At an pitchy meeting of the .$. SUlo Mrs. JR. O. Dwmond.Mn. only plant in the world that eats ,
matron, Miss Alice Macomber. Presbyterian Auxiliary at. the home J. M. Dobbin, MI'I.'Wm. Dun- meat instead of using fertilizer.
Toe charter was draped in honorof of Mrs.: J. |(. tUckoon, a foreign I,lqp, Aim. Annie Butler, Mrs. El- The tree has no leaves r LuateM
the late Mrs..Jamas MoCready. mission book,'A Star in the East Ie berta Bile, Mrs. Nelson, Mn. :N.I and is pompom an orchid. Shantung
Mrs. Ben Roberts tqf :JDawton, was studied ,and preceding chapters K. Haas and Mn. Anna Messer-I The African mulberry is fifty With the
Mass. jf past matron, was intro- were reviewed. imith.
feet high, but it is only sometimesthat New Pleated
After dish luncheonthe
duced. a Covered i
hear it called the African From
Present were: Mr. ,and Mn. W. group sowed for the White MACON V1MTOR I
mulberry. This is because there
B. Caves Mr. and E. Cross which sends the articles ,to
are two names for it, the other
Jr., Mr. and Mn. Roberts,, the :Betty Blake hospital in Africa. I
Mr. ond Mn. Jesse Undcnwod.gave name is "mrlnda cltrafornia."
Mn Lee H. Lehman, Mn. ft. -W Mn. Blake, for whom Abe hospitalwas .
i birthday party Friday t\te- The lipstick tree isn't a tree
[ named, Is .Aunt ox ferrlo. I
Mulllns, Mrs. J. W. English, Mr an
tungtln honor of Mn. Ruby Hodgesof but a big bush. It has round pods.|/
Blake, wile Is member of Blue
Frank Morris, :dr.. Lloyd Dettz, ( whore a I
Macon who here The about inch In'
was visiting pods are an
Mn. J. Redd. W. B. the auxiliary. .
p. Mn. Bradley
for the past two weeks.Garnet diameter and when full grown are t
.. PInk
Ma. Annie R. Butler, MI'I.f -- .
.nd contests wiejje enjojjed / brown. Inside of Abase pods are CreenJ.a
f Harold Sheffield, TurP
Mrs..Geo. [
.during the ,evening Ice little seeds with ,a fed /covering,
Jr., Mn. Sam J. JBMDQC J
ner JTavis, Alias
The last benefit bridge party of ream.end QaM.we.. .served.Those This: .1* what they make lipstick drrI
" Mary j&radley, M4as Mjoqmbqr ,
fvesent weie: Mr. and from. If : get it .on I
and 4Llving wn. a series/of six will be jtven: by the + you you yowl r
Mr*. Wlric fteet Mr. and JM*. can't set it off unless you
......-... Worawn's Club of Homestead in ito
I Robert J.ance.Mr. Xvelxa Araot- just a small amount. Then you
clubhouse 9.
& P. W. C. TO HONOR > on MArch |
j I STATE PRESIDENT At the party last week Mn.ft. RJ .dRoyoe, ;JAiu ;tbel Aodtw, Jill.. can wash it jolt with .soap and Jut .W
HUUard, Mica Bertha; Lois water. Altqgatber there wereapany
Mrs. Vine Betterley of Hialeah, Klnard and Dr. Ira J. Haynes won a Few
Mathews, Mies dusk Mathews, interesting things to see.
president of the Florida the high were prizes. r
)decaU0n ,
Miss Annie ae.yI'Rl&w
Miss ra Cowan,
Those "iprw* : *f. pod woes {
of Business Rod p teaelonali ware! :
1 ?J.oJt.s>>W. filfytqn Underwood, + 1
Women's Clubs, and Miss Mildred Mn. Frank (elta, -Mr. and -61.. 'Wrestg Iaa..lauee
Melton ot Miami,.d.i rjqt| director, Howard Lamb, Mr. Dad Mrs. /.'''6.'Curtis Anderspn, UftarjJ; Brant- ""Mary' cried she oookig leaoherj
will be guests of honor at I potluck -1 Shouse, Mr. and K dinner of the Homestead. endMrs.. Collier, Mn. Frank Mrs. Hodgesand .to make such a messf I /
P. W. C. in Hospitality House on Elizabeth Fuchs, Mn. Keith Foulk. Mr. and Mrs. Underwood. I "Honest, teacher said Mary; SrBJ Jt4P Atka
Monday evening-March 8.jA Mrs. E. W. Jackson, Mrs. B. E. tearfully. was just following the
ptytap of the report wide forPresident Catlin, Mn. Frank Morris, Mrs English, Miss Nina Dytl, Miss Barbara recipe. It said to bring It to a boil I
Roosevelt on << : Isabel Sawyer, Mrs. Raymond Done, Miss Clara Balk$tuarV !fend then beat it for 10 minutes,
in he South will be .given Ward, Mn. Klnard H. Ruegg Miss Claudia Conner arid M si .en1-an' when I got back It was alll
fqcent members during < Douglass Tower, C. W. Redd, Dr., Brown. l(burnt up!"-Washington Post

gqampexicd.PARTT, Indltons'j Haynes and the hostesses, Mrs
Xueg, Mn. Emmett Crowson and I
: IS GIVEN Dr. Irene Shanklin.

Miss Lydia Vihlen and Miss, SORORITY MEETS :
Margaret Griffin were hostesses AT BROWN HOME ,
at a party given at the home of! At the Kappa Fill Delta Sorority 1 44 Jf
Miss Phyllis Jensen Wednesday meeting Monday night at the home s
evening. Cookies, punch and pop-l of Miss Betty Brown the members
i corn were served during the evening discussed their wort; at the P. T. A. v
booth during the festival. :
Chose present were: Miss Betty, Cheese, crackers, cookies and Ice
Lou Harris, Miss Toni Johnson, cream were served. ; '
Miss Madeline Odom, Miss Jensen,( Present were: Miss Mary Grace
Jack Catlin, Norman Benson, John, I
Ibcksen, Charles Burr Carter Say-i '"Dr. Leonard W. Jlaskln"llllll
et'JI, Howard Crouse, Robert Rivera t
$pslall.lne. w In '
Richard Crawsnaw, Carl Fitting OW ...
Sqhmldt, Jimmle Nixon, AlvinIbpthero 1 11"-1 I

Fred Vihlen Bobby Jen-i; 141 M. .. Viol It..
sea, Edw. Hickson, Edw. Burr and compl-uly Air Conditioned I
Richard Jensen. I I k- c.o.._. T.._



1'irat Dentist National Building Bank I I We Genuine Give the li I

Offlee Hours 8:30-4:30 J EUGENE Permanent ''I

fDpeo JCvetdngs by Appointment ,
Soft, rolling waves abundant -i

lasting curls thsfs the'

kind of a perm.nent0\1 want.. r

And that's the kind we give '

For we do genuine Eugene I" A PICTURE OF YOUR HOME

waving, with genuine Eugene
Sachets. Let us ..dre.." your the very home yoy'y* $e.en JocfcJnf: for Wt *W&e y9v .

hair for the season, with natural ,to .bjiild .it now-under tie TlUIW'w.ed J Mortgage yfteU AS

undulations and (Liner-, A reascwabledown pdysoept ,end 01 jnych as /:.0 per egg ,

lag faceandneckturlst pf the total yalu; in m.o.ut.W,1Jl1f1.elJt. IIP larger than rent I '$345

he'ndry Drees Bush's Barber Shop We )wiTb4p ;you Ito.pbUi.oaJp: = f Pr I-lew home ,or fIJr mode

JW. JIOuelewfeWANIF ernization ,cJf your present one. & BIRD
Met tile .Ip .
as.a, .. d. .. r. ........ & Beauty ParlorMJa CO.
App ...-.ra Y -

i._ AV aw..It..s.with N all dM r ,Me: Lime Brew* Operator BROOKER LUMBER CO, i Yh s :..
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Page Fourteen THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 24,1939

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BAPTIST CHURCH .. m.; preaching services on first, OHM 9t.
third and fifth Sundays at 11 a.
Homestead-Dr. J. E. Johnstone,, w
m. and 7:30: p. m. r .-,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a A WANDERING MINSTREL,GEORGE
m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : Princeton-The Rev J E. Wale 04 RISTY.ACCEPTED FOSTERS *OM/ r I )Irysl,., _
m., B. Y. P.T.. at 0.30 p. m. ler, pastor; preaching at 9 a. m.; SUSANNA TOP TRIAL AND PROMPJIV YYtt "rte."
Prayer services Wednesday at 7:30p. I Sunday school at 10. TURNED IT OVER TO AN a _

m.Goulds. V. POBUSHERwm >A'Y7

-The Htrv. Noah' Peterson school at 8:45, THE COVEP AND NO
pastor. Sunday school at 10a. preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p m.
m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and
4 T:SO p. m.; B. Y. P. U at 8:30 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN

Player service at 7:30: p. m. Wed Homestead-Krome avenue at

swsday. N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nel.

son, minister. Bible school at
10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m Ito
Church of the Sacred Heart
Young peoples' meeting at 7:30p.
8 E/ Second avenue, Homestead; .
m. ..
the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor.
Sunday mass at 9 a. m.; week day EPISCOPAL
S ryil at
mass at 7:45: dally. Sunday school rr .. "
Sunday following II o'clock mass St. John's-S. E. Second avenue FAIR t

Communion for women the first and Fourth street, Homestead.
Sunday of month; for men and Ceo. N. Wakefield lay reader. AT NINE HI WAS ALLOWED TO
boys the second Sunday of month. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; mornIng SING"JIM' CROW"IN A STOCK COMPANY

Holy hour Thursday before first prayer at 11.METHODIST. WITH A CASH RETURN OF A FEW CENTS

Friday of month at 7:4} p. m. Mass EPISCOPAL A WEEK -
first Friday at 7:30: a. m. Bene-
diction of the Blessed Sacrament Florida City Community Church
1 after mass.CHIUSTIAV. -the Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor. /"Q,7tiE/ P011tiRI !;
Church school at It a. m.; preaching WERi PAINS POSTER
at 7:M p. m. Midweek prayers
.FOR Alt NEJ Florida City-Broadway and and Bible study Wednesday at ,
Sixth street Sunday school at 730.: l'///

I:45 a. m.for pupils under 20 yearsof Redbuad Community Church l4My SAT --

age; morning service at 11 the Rev. C. C. Nelson +
pastor. AAII
'clock. Wednesday evening services OUEAUZ TNIMOU6NPRAYIDPYRSE
Church school at 10; Breathing at .
which include testimonials 11. Epworth League at 13il.: Mid '
of healing and experiences and remarks
week prayers and Bible study IICnIAL IlAV.OI'fOSTlI1
Christian Science .t1hiiy
on ,
p. "
Thursday at 7:30.: FATHERINALAWFORA .
m. The public is cordially Invited
NEW 4006 -
4 to attend.
Feb. t(.-Lewon-i e r m .n
topic "Christ Jesus." We wish to express our thanks
and appreciation to all those who FLORIDA STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL

CHURCH or CHRIST by word and deed assisted. ui during .

Homestead-First avenue and our the Illness beloved and mother.after the We deathof are FUND RAISING CAMPAIGN FEB.I9l! 259r

1 1Ik N. W. Fifth St Bible study at 10 grateful to those who lent the
a. m.; communion, fellowship and beautiful flowers in memory of
I preaching at 11 .. m. our dear one.

Homestead If. W. First
avenue; Rev. J. T. Coplin, pastor CARD OF THANKS
Sunday school at 945: a. m;
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45p. : I take this opportunity to thankour

m; junior Y. P. at 7; children's friends and neighbors for their I
meeting/ at 7 in parsonage. Prayer expressions ef sympathy my r ,
meeting, 8pm. Wednesday, recent bereavementS
Parker, pastor Sunday school at I
V:4S a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.
t and 7:30: p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and
Juniors meeting at 6:30 p. m.
Prompt service all
meeting Wednesday evening
7:30: p. in.Pr'Incetonthe. makes -specializing on

Rev. E. P. Cowen automobile radios .
1 pastor. Sunday school at 9:43

preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30: L C. Dodd
p. in Junior meeting 8:30, young
people's meeting at '::30. Prayer Flowers Bldg.

meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. Homestead Florida

SOUTH AcKSONVI P1 ,s9 _.1.k5X

t +, tt arlo Alt
Homestead-the Rev. J. J. Rich- /W
ards, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and
7: SO p. m. Junior League at 2:30p. :

m.; Hi League at 6.30 p. m.;
t amen"M 0
Senior League at 8:30 p. m. SI'0

Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday .1u rha.M.ys

I OB DeCei"
Y 1
Feb. S8.Morning topic yyNRCO$4DITIOMED ely
"The Jesus
f*vea"'| evening topic "Bur-
den Bearl...." Vested choir at
the morning boar directed by Y-IIYry .,r, .
Ing lyon Young people In
Brit ef evening mule.

liver Palm Methodist Church

I. Rev. J. .. Waller, pastor

day school every Sunday it 10 These 6 Magazines and The: Leader-Enterprise:

omestead'a Oldest

0 Pathfinder (weekly)_...__._._...... 52 Issues ONE YEAR

': EVERY COMFORT McCall'si Magazine_...__... 12 Issues,

} b. L. BOWEN .es..Oft. II in.On ur Good Stories_______ 12 Issues

=oft e6 She -- ads sum Farm Journal.__........__..__.. 12 Issues $2-00
...r w ww
} (few ta stew Quarters time md mein assn amore am.mar Country Home..___.____ 12 Issues
doses SHUt af the First
-eemy so"form" Southern Agriculturist. 12 Issues
"' ....el Sank nICDeocaa&liDGIICII. ...._.__
: ad CiOf'fII" The LeaderEnterprise.r.52 Issues
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A Mat will MtniMtettA IU- I Add. 10 cent extra W paper is,to U ant outside."Dade, County;,


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Friday, February 24,1939 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE _____ Pare Fifteen

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I The Redland RattlerBy I GROVE'1 lpj! ( I

Emily Enid and LaNelle Rogers TIIEATRE HATE: Tint j

\ftbttBce Saturday and Sunday
T. A. to Have Exhibit District Fruit Festival. Mrs. Ev.Fleteher' .;
P. tfa to t p. m.
I I I first grade pupils have
of Handwork of "AdijKs made large posters of their pets. Shorn 1 and 9 p. m.! Adm. KtSon. I FOR RENTFOR rugs, mahogany bedroom set,

.1..1 Mrs. Flora Vihlen's first and second Flemish oak sideboard, antiquearm

Art Is the subject for the P. T. I grade classes are making a ., Mon., Tues, Wed. I RENT-Well furnished, clean chair, RCA. radio Victrola,

meeting at the March assembly,1 mural and table unit on safety. Feb. 16. 17. 18, Mar 1 two bedroom house all electric vacuum cleaner curtains etc.
of March 10. The S. R. Salinger, Royal Palm
the evening Mrs. Russell's second grade has hot water. By month or year.
LORETTA YOUNG Grove Newton road at Silver
program chairman, Mri Lillian Illustrated the story of Sunny Elephant Mrs. Eva Collins, Biscayne drive ,
Polk and the art department plan I In a mural. Mrs. Furry's RICHARD GREENE and Federal highway. Palm drive. (pf28)

to have a non-jury show of Red- third grade has a wall display of la TWO-STORY (two-family) house

land Idulta'.work-that In, the par- circus posters and a real "furry" "KENTUCKY"AU FOR RENT-Small furnished cot- 12 rooms, fair condition but

ents are urged to send or bring animal circus on the table. Miss tage,118 N. W. 4lh itreet (f24tf) should have some repaira---(Inly

handicraft to be displayed at the I Murray's third and fourth grades In Technicolor FURNISHED and unfurnished $1.230; 8-room house with 3 bedrooms -
time. Knitting crochet, embroidery have exhibit of hobby
an posters home at reasonable rent $1,5UO cash; 4-room house

sewing, baking preserving,I and a table collection of articles Thun. Frl., Mar 2, I Henry Behrena and Ben). W. and lot, $700. II. A. Cameron.

paintings, quilting, wood work, displaying the worthy use of lei- Morris, N. Krome Ave., next to
furniture brass or iron subjects i LOUIS II.\YWARDIn Baptist Church. CLOSE IN business property and
sure.Mrs. )
poems, written articles-any creative -, Daniel's fourth grade has real bargains in residence prop

work or handicraft of adults I I,a health parade a health frieze, FOR RENT -Furnished bungalowwith erty. Henry Behrens and BenJ

men or women will be welcomed.'and a flower garden poster dl.I .- "DUKE OF fireplace hot water, new W. Morris, N. Kromo Ave next

A display of children's arts and I,|I play. Miss Myrtle Kerfoot'a fifth WEST POINT"sat. electric refrigerator and stove. U Baptist Church. (19U)

crafts also will be a part of the I I|I and sixth grades have a wall\ display Fruit trees In yard. Inquire

program.A of booklets pottery and an I Leader-Enterprise. FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -

speaker will talk on "The Indian rag rug. Mrs. Polk'a fifth .. Mar. t trees and tropical fruit in

Worthy Use of Leisure Time, and'I grade will display a large crash BUCK JONES WANTED TO RENTI season. Jungle Crave, Redland

the Part It Plays in Character wall hanging of book friends. Mrs. In I road and Plummet drive.

Building." Carter's sixth grade will display a \ E TO RENT-One or two- PETUNIA and Larkspur plants for
You are urged to be an exhibitor'I twenty-foot mural on knighthood "STRANGERFROM !
room apartment or small house sale. Miss Josephine Pratt, 300
and attendant at this out of the study of
meeting.The growing ARIZONA' I by couple year round.: JX, care N. E. First ave. I17tf)
courtesy. This mural Is bordered I
I Leader-Enterprise. flTj

elementary school children:I with panels of decorative shields' ..........'It..........................."""... FOR SALE-at a bargain: Spray
have been working very hard preparing i and a conventional border of "The) I FOR SALE machine, 200 gal tank; Sam J.

exhibits for the Redland Fret" In silver design I' Davis, Route 1, Box 279 Homestead .
which look like a second nostril Farm Life road half-mile
I ,
__II........... .................._.._ 3. All have the plates on the un- '| FOR SALE-20 shares Homestead south of Redland school.
fin LsNelle Rogers Alvin Rich (11711)MISCELLANEOUS
:'F'LORIDA CITY 1 I r der side of the tail in a single row. Bond & Mortgage stock cheap.
ard and Francis Prothero and I
: Froscher phone 3921.
...:.......... ............ ........... Howard Crouse attended the The one exception to the above I
rule ii the coral snake. This is a (f24-m3)
Continued From Ten Youth Crusads rally at Trinity I
( Page )
snake found from east
I Methdolst Church Friday evening. long, FOR SALE AT Take your LIFE RAY TREAT
guest this week at the home of her ern North -Carolina to Mexico. It''I SACRlrICE-LIV-j'
grandmother, Mrs. J. K. Scott. ing room MENTS for health at SHANK-
I I is encircled with successive rings ,,
Edward Burr and Carter Sayersj I LIN GROVE. TOURIST ROOMS

Roy Niell returned Sunday from were dinner guests of Richard Jensen of red, yellow and black and every I LEGAL NOTICESIN I cottages, camp. 4-ROOM furnished -

a business trip to East Bend. N. C. I Friday evening.Mr. other ring Is yellow. cottage. FANCY GIFT
As for poison oak. always remember I I THE "INCI'IT roraYor THE IITH I BOXES. AU kinds of fruit
and Mrs. A. C. Howarth and that real poison oak has DARE PL FLORIDA CITY. d30tf
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Edwardsof I CNo'NTV': 'IDA. IN (HAND WEST ( )
Miami were recent visitors at son Dean, have returned to their three leaves in a cluster never i i l IN F.RY KEi

the home of Mrs. B. H. Edwards.At 'home In Janesville IV is., after a I five. The surest and easiest I APPLICATION OP F.TREL COOPER I HOME laundry Mrs. Jemlgan,

visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Jensen remedy is to thoroughly wash off i| DCAK1N. 020 S. Krome Ave.
the F. C. S. S. : ill exposed parts of the body- NOTICE OP APPLICATION TO BECOME -

given by the Sunday ."broadcast'l! face hands, arms, legs etc. _I Notice la hereby A PROS ilvea DEALER that the U.d..1 WANTEDITUTORING

Florida City SNAKES, POISON OAK RED- promptly as possible after any tinned Inland to apply to the Honorable
probable contact with the dangerous H. F. Atkinson one of the Judges of the
was Circuit Court of Dade -
: BUGS Washi County Florida' on
enjoyable program was presented. three-leaved vine. j j, the lath day of March IU for a llrenee school and grade school subjects.

,,- .. .. These recommendations are I off three or four times In succession !! to properly. masse and take.become chart a In control In ...her", I Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B*

,. EUREKA I made by the Progressive with hot water and I laundry ..._". This notice la published ._Iou.I Plummer drive and Country
for preventing or treating Farmer I soap, chancing water each time I to by the Uw,making of rid petition aa required Club road.WANTED .

By LaNelle Rogers insects. Infection from poison oak, As for treatment, local applicationsof I This the ISlh day of Feh nary. llETHFI > .
...................................................................... solutions of cooking soda or Epsom OOOFEB DEAKIN I I Listings of houses
I I etc.: I I REDFEARN rrRRFLL.Attorney .
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Prothero and i I i l i For redbugs one recommended salts one or two teaspoons to| for Petitioner. I and apartments for rent. HenryBehrens

sons, Richard and Francis, spent remedy; is oil of cloves rubbed on helpful as any. I' PiiblUhedl 10. 1,S>. the February Lader-KnlTprlae.17. II.. March Horn.sand ,I & Benj. W. Morris N.
; ... Krome Ave. next to Baptist
Sunday afternoon on Miami Beach. the ankle I or shins before exposure i iI .01. Florida. I ,
Church. (118-11)
I I "Get it fresh every year" Is the NOTICR OF APPLICATIONPOR

Mr. and Mrs. William Hansen of i advice. A little vaseline! rubbed i Turner's Funeral Home TAX DEED Will
'II Chapter' 17417-Ada ml 1115-1'11. AJUI
Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
( around the ankles or Just above Notice la .
i iI I hereby alv that Ram R. Tar- exchange subscription or advertising
Jensen Sunday. tl-HE AMBITANCE SERVICE Inn holder of But and County Tai UerUrl..ateM .
will prevent the redbugs climbing
|I .' Haw toiled the let day of Autuat for clean rags Leader-
'.I higher. I IJ I Lady Attendant I A. D 1W7 haa filed aam la ml om... and Enterprise,
G. A. Craw-shaw. V. V. Wilson, lia> mad application for a ins deed to he
J About snakes and spiders, the
564-R Homestead, Fin. .ued therein
Phone Said Certificate embraces
Shorty Bordal and Howard Linthi- i j
,. ..,,
first important thing is to know the 'n. described property In the
cum were fishing on the Keys Sat' County .f studs. State of Florida, to-wlti:
urday. are really dangerous 1.0,,. 21.21, Ninth Ht Ter, Plat Hook S, Buy a Home
{ which are not Of spiders the LEGAL NOTICENOTICE Poke I'S, In the County of State of
rlnrfilnTh\ Grove Land
j only poisonous one Is the "Black Buy
Mr. and M.J'n T. Henry of i assessment of Mid property underthe
I i Widow" predominantly black OP APPLICATION, FOR Hid certificate .issued waa, In the reams Buy Glade LandIt
Miami and. Mr. and Mrs. R. L.II 0": Unknown.
red Of, TAX DIED. File N*. 8993. I
Hobson visited Mr. and Mrs. C. J. with bright Nolle la hereby liven I that The MittnollaTnmpanr i Vnle..aid! certificate .hall ba redeemed Is my firm belief thai hither -
Lindgren I snakes, all the poisonous I kinds but|l lone .' holder aa a.lfinee of state and'Countr according to law the property described Imminent.
Numbered 116" therein, will h* nld to the highest bidderat prices are
characteristics Tan Certificate
have these : :' dated the ath dar ..f Au...... A. D. ICSe. the Court houea door on the tint Mon Don't quibble about price.
Phyllis Jensen, Margaret GrifConcrete ( 1. AU have a broad triangular her filed said Certificate In ml office, and day In the month of April 1939 which to
the led day of April lolt Don't wait.
head neck. h.. made application fur tai deed to ton*
on a very narrow I Dated this ISlh day of February IM*.
thereon In arcurdanr* with law. Said (ertlflcal -i
\ 2. AU have sort of hole on the I, embrace the followlni de.rribedl E. B. LEATHPKMAN. Buy now.

s [side of the head about halfway beI property, altuated In Dade County. Murlda. .] Dad Clerk of County Circuit, Florida Court You'll thank me for this nftestlon .

I tween the eye and the nostril l! ""Loa wit'I. Block 1. Plat of of I Circuit Court Map a few months beam
lip N. C. STFRHETT D. C.
I 'IF.b 17, U. March S, 10)) II. A. Cameron

Surveys IN FR'lllATK. N*. ..*...
In ft.: STATE OP
JANF. 1. Tom, alias 1
MRS JANF. J TO DP. Tlereaaed.MITItE .

A. R. LIVINGSTON To All Creditor TO and CREDITOR All I'....... Hoeing I Used Cars
Claim or Demand. Assist Bald E.UUI,
REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER: Y.'. and each of you. ore hereby notified
and required I* portent any claims lost c. l-deae aedanleery
Land Surveyor demanda which you. or either of you. 1.j good ....,,..., J.JOO
Registered have against the estate of Jan J. Now lei
i ip OW Mn. Jaw J. Todd. drrsd. late 01''
Hartford County. Co.n.Mleut. to the
OGle In HOMESTEAD FLA. I W P. III.."' .. County lain of looks
p "I
Blocks I Countr and file the tarn la hie 0"'Hon'l a.1: ..Fa.rsrepCsd $350
th* Count Courthoue In Dad
I Florida! within eleM calendar *
Like thePyramids II from the date of the drat publication hem.I loss Bald apart Centel
I of. Said claim or demaada to contain the I 4 Now tires. radio $365
legal addnea of the claimant and to be
won 'to and presented aa aforesaid, or I
THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS aame will. 'be barred See Section ISO of the ..
logo Probate Act. loss P iUaa two dear Meal
will some to TOUT home every day through I Date February S. A. D. III' saw petal I ..... 4JOCCthreBiheat.
LIFETIME construction calls GEORGE: R. TODD. vwwv
for Concrete Blocks. They THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I MONITOR Aa Ancillary 1:0.: ._ *f the Lao'tl'W
and Testament of Jane J. Todd.
give you the satisfaction of At Iei.rwtloa.l Dewy NtwifVp .less Mr.. Jane I. Todd. DeeeaMd.Flrat HIT Plymouth .-- e.ria( MIMS -
lasting qualities combined It near* Ika w Va-- aar.eudolajrt.. Thll.nitau I publleeltoa ea feb, I*. Its*. MN/ e..d Pa/mt. Very
cot e.u erUM at ..wise. neither oea knora IBank (,.... 10. IT 141 ..... I) .lases sad It... $545
with beauty. There are many Sal deals 'wrre.Ur.1, wall, 15* Pastures for tan men aM *ll UM radio., _
uses for Concrete Blocks In >| aamOr, aMlxuis use Weaklr Ma.aau. .. ... Herein. a 1_... Plat Book 14, Ml 4.
I. the Cnaty of Dad*. SUM of Fl rida. Salrkd_ ....... .....,
your building plans. Ask for I- The aa.ea.meat .f std praparty under ""Us"* esadltblas a
details. 1 O..t Rorw.r = !.ilea, hfa..dnostla the Certificate toeed was In the Monte *f bargain at. K>4t>
fat J. Scott. Ulleaa was Oortlfioate shall
ptaaa enter ml aaaa-rtKM M Tb Christian Scla "
be aimilnj t* law tax deed
f TraallfsM lnoaituMW law th. elM menu II a will tow theraon .. the Ads oar *t Marab PRESTON B. BIRD
_. ,awtp. Isel.dIse....,- Iocu.a.V. I rear a N.O laeaI A D. .IJII
Naranja Rock Co. Dated M dar of February A. D. MOTOR CO.

..... --- "".
rneoe IS3 I' .... Clerk .* Circuit: Court, PRONE IS OMISTIAD M.A.
Address ,, --- .
,- .. .. .--- I Dada Florida.Clmll
Naranja, Florid ( Court: aril
ay N. c, STiHtrrr, D. o.
Tab I. 30, IT. 141 Man ..


Six *en THE .APR- k.'NTERPtLSEFriday, February 24,1939

Superior Qualifies Florida Citrus
I j
To Be Stressed,in Rochester Display I White Clover.

f Lakeland; Feb. 23. (Speclal-) : year; -calling attention: to tile
t I The superior,qualities of Florida tion attraction of the nea-I Bacon D d bloom
citrus fruit are being called to the Valley where Rochester if
<< attention of the 325,000 Rochester, as a place for Floridians to visit Shipped
1 IT. T. ltUJMrt through tXSttflff- on" their trips north' next summerto Plates
five wlndo' display sponsored by the New York World's Fair. EGGS
the RoclMctt Gas and Kleetrlo cofporsttoiv Another Important feature of the
witt" the;: FlorM Citrus Florida fruit exhibit In Rochesterwill fb..
Comnttoioft coM pentln with the be tied In with'Rochester Gas Dot..
Florida Public Service company fc and Electric corporation' home
make the exhibit possible Detail /service demonstration during that n zc 28c
of the plan were announced at the period. On these occasions Miss
citrus commission office here Helen Smith,home'service director 3 lb. box
t today of the Rochester company, has arranged SEE THE 750-LR MASS DISPLAY OP M
+r The tlorlda company hat a reciprocal -' menus which Include CHEESE SEE
desserts, SWISS
program by which I It pro-i ij recipes, such ai cakes 4cGriscaOTSpiT3ib.
motel Florida citrus In exchangefor etc., using oranges. The fruit used CHEESE PACKED IN MB BOXES
j advertising In Florida of north will be supplied by the Florida woman I
\ ern points which might be of Interest Citrus Commission. Each
to Floridlans going north. The who attends the demon.tratlon'i
Rochester display started a few will receive a souvenir orange PINK SALMON Ib. can .. lOc
I which will be band bearIng I
around a -
day ago and will continue for
some little time. the Inscription, "Eat Florida 51b ..
oranges-they're tweeter and WDiESAP EATING OR COOKING
Center of Interest In the com- juicier. Compliments of Florida I

the plete"sunshineand dslplay of Florida showers fruit dlo-Is Citrus Commission.Rochester" housewives This will i APPLES, 5 Ibs . __ ._ 29c:
give many
gash, furnished Earl Brawn of '
r } by
I'a chance to experience) for 26e
Florid National Exhibit This
selves the superior (them-I l GOLDEN RIPE"BANANAS
sho'" I fclMature orange grove, In Florida .
eating oranges.The
which changes display tor timed to com I 3 Ibs.
i with tiny trucks and trainscN'ty'mlt th* peak of the Florid citrus season atl I: .??. ''006'14't.,
fresh fruit tttat tile
when fruit I*at It*beat.
} grow* to martWnj tit ill parch of
the coantioA1ao fevturerf tnphotogrph
of this' arear and" .*- 'Pre byterim.Churctr to 57c III
i hibtt 01 th,finest fruit from this ShowLifc of Christ" fl can_
+ section fWnbhed by the tJtniteommlasioa. ---
A motion picture with sound Dreft
1 lgo pkg. 23c i MIRACLEWHIP Qts 39c
H. R. Cloud general manager of music, depicting "The Life of ._..._.n'
the Florid Public ServleeCODI Christ' from' the nativity to the Mayonnaise Set ........ .01 GUENWIIIINN
pany, with headquarters at Orlando I ascension will be shown at the
,explained the commission Homestead Presbyterian Church, PURE PRESERVES, 12 OZL jar. 15c
that his company wa anxious to ST. Krome avenue and 16th street, Both..24cLUKSOAP
assist the citrus Interest of Flor- Sunday, Feb. 26, at 4 p. m. at a
ida Ire any way possible. | special vesper service.
The reciprocal feature of this Based upon and patterned after,' at 41b Pkge 44c
activity Is similar to that la which the famous Oberammergau and
the Florida Public Service com Freiburg "Passion Plays" and actually COMp t&ADO K3*
pany has been participating with- filmed in Europe, the Holy:
New England Gas and Electric Association Land and Egypt, the picture is cakes
for two years. In exchange presented by the National u
for the Florida exhibit at Religious and Educational 5lbs. 19c
Rochester, the Florida company Films A silver offering will betaken .n..n
will present a window later In the .
I [.g. Pkg. MEAL or GRITS, 5 lbs. __ u 14c

;f ( 111::; KELLOGO'9

J For Baby ChicksAND : 21c CORN FLAKES SERVE THEM, 2 PIPING pkffs HOTPiDsbnry's ._ 15c

:. i! FEEDS OF ALL KINDS 'I Flour 20 Ih.Bag'82c III


Z7U OZ. CAN coy

S. Flagter Ave. Homestead, Fla. 15c "
F 3 cans ._ . .' 25c

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P.. _All 0......, Tri_Grwrfralt, LlM.. to.....,.r>.1..4.l BpMlfyAVI Country Roll Butter, lb. . 33c FRENCH STYLE t*<4 DISCOUNT. UI.M WORTS OR MORI WHOLE OR PEA SOUP

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