The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00264
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00264
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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. Crop Financing O.K.'d(

f'. JJy. RFC Disaster CorporationSALVAGING

200 Left Destitute l: Basketball Teams

; Here By Crop Loss 6,000 JOBLESSTO To Aid Fight Against :AMOUNTS TO

Get Red Cross Help Infantile ParalysisAlumni

:I REPLANTING More than 200 farm workers, out I GET HELPTHROUGH of Homestead Hlh $2,500 SAIDOBTAINABLE

of work and destitute because of School and of Redland Illth
School will lend hand la the
: AFTER FREEZEMost orders the crop freeze the were given grocery : flint against Infantile a paralysisby !!
by Red Cross In FSA playing three basketball
Wednesday and ,
Home-I tames, the tint to be tonight at
Preston B. Bird, chairman the liontesleiui tyro. I I
disaster relief I I _
committee ,
Proceeds of the game will be I
of Growing Area tified W. W. Jefferson, county Red I Farm Workers Made Idle added to President Koouvell'sbirthday I Official Sent Here GetsGo'
Cross executive of the
predicament -
Being Prepared For I of the workers after he had 1 By Cold EligibleFor I Coach fund.Ted Hitler of Home Sign; After Reporting -

New Crop received many calls for assistance I ChecksVOLUNTEERS stead and Coach D. R. Snyder 1 Survey
Monday and Tuesday. An allot- I of Redland are coaching the i _
TOMATOES SAVED ment of 3,000 was sent here. 'I START teams .f the( respective alumni.
BRING HIGH PRICE Grocery orders ranging In value CERTIFYING Local basketball fins will do LOCAL DISASTERRELIEF
from $1.50 to $4 were given applicants 'I I their bit toward aiding President UNIT ON JOII
for assistance. Each applicant Roosevelt In his rite for funds
Citrus Escapes Damage Is required to bring letter Group Gets Instructions
I* combat Infantile paralysis Quick Results Follow Action
As Limes NippedSeverely from his employer William J. From Simmons At when they attend the Home
Geronimo assisted in At Meeting
the distribution MeetingThe I stead-Si. Patrick's game In the
of the orders.
local high school gymnasium Sunday Morning
Mr. Jefferson la In charge of the I _
Agricultural South Dade I I. on Monday nltht. ..
local Red Cross and United States Department
the come-back trail after being headquarters The game Is sponsored by theHomestead R. W. Barrett administrative
Is assisted by four trained workers
of Agriculture is swinging into
Rotary Club, and Itsproceeds
I assistant of the disaster loan
corporation -
smitten with one of the severestcoldsnaps Red Cross also have
headquarters action to aid the estimated 8,000 after till deduction of
been set up at Princeton, Goulds an, R. F. C. subsidiaryunit
!1! Jn history that caused
""'W' persons directly and Indirectly expenses, Hill be turned over lathe
a crop lost of between $8,000,000and and Perrine. connected with the agricultural President's fund. The Growers' has received the "10 e).
$10,000,000( coach, Ted Illcler I who U a ahead" signal to tart work of
In most of the 35,000 acres of Industry who were thrown out of Rotarian, obtained Rotarian bringing aid to finance replanting
farms lands which were blackenedby REREGISTERINGOF work and who are out of funds because sponsorship of the tame at a by South Dade farmers whose
low temperature that reached of the recent freeze. meeting of the club Wednesday
crops were killed In the freeze of
the 28-degree mark last Sunday VOTERS TO Dibrell Simmons. senior aid of noon i I last week-end. e
morning there are scenes of intense the farm security administration
activity, Replanting is under Mr. B.irrclt arrived In Home
of the department of agriculture 1
way in many of the devastated sec- START MONDAYCounty perfected an organization for the BOARD STARiSCERTIFICATION stead Wednesday and held conferences -
tions, while In others the ground Is receiving of applications for finan- with Preston B. Bird chairman -

being prepared for receiving seeds cial aid at a meeting volunteer of the disaster relief committee
or small plants that escaped a wide registration of I workers at the packing house of of the Red Cross for South
frigid death. voters for the primaries to be held Ceo Cooper, at Princeton. last Dade. and with County Agiicultural -
While vegetables bore the bluntof May 7 and May 26 will start Mon- night FOR WPA WORKCertification Agent C. H Steffani made
the cold, avocados and citrus day and offices fro the tabulationIn Approximately 200 persons attended a survey of the stricken area lie
fruit were "punished" also, but to Precinct No. 113 will be openedin the meeting, and from this I announced he will open headquarters -
what extent has not been deter the Redland District Chamberof number 30 were selected for the for WPA relief In Homestead to receive Applications -
mined. A veteran grower who Commerce offices In Homestead, work of receiving and certifying work Is to be held each Tuesday for loam
made careful survey of the 2,000 and for Precinct 114 in the city applications. Receiving of applications and Friday in the McCrory Mr. Barrett could not be interviewed -
acres of avocados and 1,800 acres clerk's office at Florida City was to start this morning Arcade In Homestead and each yesterday but it u> laid
of limes said the West Indies type The registration places were announced at the Cooper packing house, for I Wednesday and Thursday at Per. the corporation will lend from
of avocados suffered heavily, while by Carl Holmer, Jr., white persons, and at the negro rine, it was announced by CurtisE. $100 to $2, 00 for period> of one
other types received slighter Injury county registration supervisor.The school at Perrine for negroes Geo. I Lee, member of the state welfare two and three years to enable
Older limes, he said, went Homestead office will be In Swan will be In charge at the board of District No 9. The growers to finance procedure of
through the cold with very little the charge of Mrs. W. B. Caves. packing house, and Carl Wagner, offices will be open from 9:30: a. producing crops, from the buying
damage, while many of the Mrs. Flora D. Myers will be in principal of the Redland Farm Life m. until 3pm. of seeds to marketing The loans
younger ones died. charge of the Florida City office School, will be in charge at the The certification started yes- will be secured by first mortgages
The effect of the cold on oranges The registration will continue negro school terday. As head of the local disaster relief
and grapefruit believed by some through March-4. The office hours Mr. Simmons explained that the Only persons who have not previously committee, Mr. Bird called official -
growers to be extremely light and will be from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. fuir I grants will range from been certified for work relief Washington's attention to the
with citrus up-state frozen, grove daily except Sunday and on Satur- $8 U. 30. He said deserving persons will be certified at this time local crop plight Sunday when he
owners.here stand to get good day nights to 9 p. m. should receive their federal by the state welfare board, the telephoned Senator Claude
prices for their crop. The extentof Registration for Precinct 112 cheers In eight to ten days after WPA having arranged through Its Pepper On the same day he called
the damage can not be fully will be In charge of A. W. Mc- appll, on Is made and will re- own social work staff to recertify a meeting here to discuss ways and
determined until after a period of (Continued on Page Two) (.ntlnued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two) means of roping with the situutlon.
thawing out.Immediately. -- Among those attending the meetIng -
after the cold snapit were: County Agent Steffani,
was believed that the vegetable CARE OF 3EZE-DAMAGED\ TREES E. H. Hulse, district WPA head,
crop was 100 per cent killed. How-1----- Commissioner J. D.
ever a survey of the area by OUTLINED BY LC: JAL AGRICULTURE EXPERTSRecommendations Redd. W. W. Jefferson, executive
Charles SteffanI!
H. county agricultural secretary of the Dade County Red

agent, made shortly after I for the care eriments In California followingits this spread from the frozen wood Cross, John S. Peters, Paul Haley,
farmers began efforts toward reclamation of trees Injured by cold during the 1937 freeze, and tests here in until long after new growth is |John Rohrer, Mayor Tom Harris,
of plants, revealed that recent period of low temperatureshave Dade county following the 1934 started. If the appearance of Herman Marks, John Brown,
approximately 10 per cent of the been prepared Jointly by W. freeze have shown that nothing Is "creeping back" of Injured wood Frank Irwin, Max Leaner, W '
vegetables escaped death."Calualltiel' M. Fifield, horticulturist In chargeof to be gained by early pruning and occurs, it Is more than likely Just i Worley.
of the potato crop the Subtropical Experimental in some instances harm may result. frozen wood which, alresdr Injured Senator Pepper's telegraphicresponse
(Continued on Page Two) Station, and Charles H. Steffani'Dead foliage left on the tree helpsto has taken longer ma ilfest to Mr. Bird's communication .
Dade county agricultural agent. protect young bark from sun- Itself, due to protection of upper I same before the meeting!
THE WEATHER The two agricultural experts scald. If any green leaves on the foliage, etc. c, ends lie assured Mr. Bird federal t
OWnoi "Mktg .I ... .""'- kW said the recommendations are from tree have survived the cold, they Also contrary to the belef of relief agencies had been
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L.a..et the most authoritative Information will greatly assist In the healingof some, sap does not "fall" In a treeit swung Into action and would at-id
Date Mu. Mla. nee. Rats available and apply equally to all Injured portions by synthesizIng simply dries out. Sap in frozen representatives! to South Dado
types of locally grown ornamentaland carbohydrates. twigs and stems may ferment, or In a telegram to Mr. Stelfr.ni,
Jan. 28 60 1 38 30.20Jan. fruit trees, Including the avocado Contrary to general rumors, "sour," but there is no evidence Senator Pepper said the Florida t
27 51 1 39 130.221 mango, lime and other citrus. freeze damage will not "creep that this sour sap creeps very far delegation Wednesday conferred ,
San. 28San. 38 281 1 The recommendations follow: back" Into healthy wood. The only back into healthy tissue. If anything with President Roosevelt who assured q
29 62 30 30.281Jan. PruningDo infection which might take place movement of water In the every co-operation In expediting :- fl 30 74 30 30.181Jan. not prune back Injured wood would be from fungous diseases plant Is in the other direction. relief programs by cv;ry 1'1
n 68 35 40.151 I until after new growth has begun which might gain a foothold In When pruning is donand the appropriate agency of the go /ern- !
Feb. I 1 i 42 ((30.201a I to appear. Carefully controlled ex- the Injured wood, but seldom doel (Continued on Pale Twelve (Continued on Pate Two) I

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! Page Two THE LEADER.EKTERPISE Friday. February 2. 1940

MIAMI BEACH III, I Freeze In Causes Chest Halt Soliciting iPATY j[! TO SPEAK REGISTRATION Florida Needs ..'\11.

FOE OF GROWERS I Because, of the general financial I,'I FOR CANDIDACY' (Continued -From-- Page One) This Man "

distress caused by the recent'freeteouf
i at Princeton.

HERE TONIGHTTeams In the annual of Community crops, solicitation Chest!i AT MEET .HERE Welter MM Anna at his M.store Kelly will be la

campaign Is not being made in charge of registration for
Homestead and the south Dade 111 at her store In Silver Pslm.
of the Homestead High area, it was announced by Clarence B. F. Paty.of JYegI Pala Beach, AU persons.desiring! to vote In

School and Miami Beach High J. Parman, head of the local 'I candidate for governor, will dlf- the coming/ primaries must regis J 4Mi
School will be swayed by high drive. cuss his 24plartcpistfbrtrr for ter. To' be eligible, they must have 4 f

pitched rivalry when they meet The community-wide campaignstarted the development 'of .' Florida'sabundant resided In the county six months-
en the local basketball 'cOurt tonight Monday and will continue ) and the state a year
I resources at a political
until Feb. IS Mr. Parman said hs precinct' 113 it bounded on the
The Growers expect to have their had meeting which will be held at|r i on1 I
I planned to appoint five workers north by Avocado drive and 41
hands full and will have to play to assist him In the work. After Homestead, Wednesday, Feb. the louth by Lucy street and extends I I

top-notch basketball If they expect the devastating cold snap struck, 7, beginning at 8 f. m. I to. the bay District 114 It I
to come out ahead. Earlierin he said, he conferred with Roscoe Since opening! his campaign on from Lucy street to the southern
the year, they took Miami Beach Brunstetter, chairman of the county Jan 18, before an audience of county line and also extends to the
by a score of 23 to 21 Last year division of the chest campaign, I
3,309 persons at his home city on bay. |
they played the Beach boys twice 'and they decided to forego askingfor
the lower east coast, Mr, Paty has
.und won one game. In this area.
travelled over every county In CERTIFIES
Last Tuesday night the Home However, unsolicited donations |'northwest Florida. He Is following WPA ,i I-
stead team played Andrew Jackson well be received, Mr. Parman said. I Ian Itinerary that will keep him on r,
High School and lost by a 32 The chest goal in the county dl- the road almost continuously from
to 27 score The game was playedIn j I vision is $291,000.Oeckham I now until the primaries In May. (Continued From Pail One) I

the gymnasium of the Miami An advocate of revision of those who have been dropped from' ,rM
High School because Andrew Jackson's ;
Will Address i Florida's tax system, Mr. Paty also the rolls. I
basketball floor Is out-of-
.doors. Townsend Club Meet (favors the establishment of sub- WPA certification was discon. i

Isistence homesteads and equalization tinued by the board In June ot
Judge Walter Miami, of the burden of taxation to last ,
Beckhwpt year as an economy measure
Coral Gables Lions i
,the end that Florida Chain stores ;
will address a meetln{ of the I so that such funds as were available
Guests of Local ClubThe Homestead Townsend Club to beheld I will be compelled to'Wa .UlaINUI\ could be used In the payment' i| '"
In the First Baptist Shurch share of the load. The candidate of old age assistance, aid to
Redland District Lions Club tonight, starting at 7:30 o'clock. also opposes nepotism or govern- blind and aid to dependent chiI-I I -
'held one of the best attended meetIngs Preceding the address, a itereopti- j'jment by relative; pledges per- dren. At that time approximately B. F. PATY
In its history Tuesday night can and electrically recorded ;!i zonal assistance In a battle to cut 29,000 persons had been y

when it was host to a delegation Townsend program, "Youth Meets' freight rates In Florida, and advocates certified the WPA for whom no. Candidate Cor'I.
from the Coral Cables Lions Club Life," will be presented.The a minimum'monthly. 'pension jobs had been provided' I\ I...
The club observed ladies' night club presented a steroptlcao to the sued_of $40 paid from Resumption of certification was GOVERNORSpeaks ,
and In addition to the local ladies, and recorded lecture at the Florida proven tax sources and matched made possible, according to an. I
there were 40 visitors from Coral City Community Church Wednes. funds from the federal govern nouncement of State Welfare Commissioner I in HomesteadWEDNESDAY :
Gables, headed by the Lions club day night.S. ment. C. C. Codrtngtoh, by the !'

president, Ray Westcott. F. Matthews of Homestead Is use of part of the funds previously i 1
Mr Westcott and John S. Peters, I president of the dui t Adversity Is Blessing; I paid as old age assistance to 1

president of the local Lions, exchanged 'j In Disguise, Club Hears nearly 900 aliens who were removed Feb. 7th 8 p. M. 4
felicitations In short talks ii. II. BASKETBALL: from the rolls on January' ,

Robert Hester was Inducted Into I SCHEDULEFeb. Adversity Is but a blessing In 1 by a legislative amendment to Hear him discuss Chain Stores, i
the local club
I the state welfare act which -
disguise and man must experi- prohibited
Frederick V Bowers, composer I Nepotism, Old Ae Pensions,,
> Maml( Beach Here ence set-backs In life In order to the granting of such assistance
.ef popular music, addressed the I Re-appolnlment and other vital
except to citizens of the
Feb. 5 St'Palrick'l .Here appreciate the better things and to I :
meeting He made a plea for defense
Feb. 6 Ft. Lauderdale There goad him to success, declared Ceo United States. ; Issues.
of the copyright law which, I Feb. 8 _Key West There W. Peace of Miami In an Inspira- About 50 additional visitors :
he said, Is I In danger of being i I have been employed over the state Hear the Mm All Florida
Feb. 13 Miami High There tional talk before the Homestead
mended through efforts of hotel I Feb.: 13 Lake north Here I i Rotary Club at noon Wednesday. for WPA certification exclusively, Is Talking About
associations, the motion picture .
Feb. 16 Ponce de Leon ThereFeb.20 I Mr Peace declared calamities the present welfare staff already Paid for friends of B. F.
Industry and radio companies.Mr. I I reduced In numbers, having no by Paty
i Delray Here such ai the recent local "freezeout" -
Bowers, who Is on a tour of time for the additional work. '
Feb. 23 Andrew Jackson Here : spur.man to put forth greater -
the stole under auspices ot the 1 1t ( I
American Society of Composers, I effort, with the result that greater -
Authors and Publishers, gave a LOANSContinued I rewards will be attained There
similar talk before the Homestead DISASTER i can be little hope 'ultimate hap-
Rotary Club several weeks ago I plnss and peace If life'i road were
free of difficulties and tribulations,
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he said

REPLANTINGContinued help.ment Congressman geared Tat beof]I Cannon any. possible1 wired I'I 6,000 JOBLESSContinued

( from Page One) Mr. Bud that the WPA adminls-

were lowest among the vegetables I tration has xriraied an additional i ( From Page One) l
Farmers were able to save approx- emergency il\r: of $5,000 to
imatly 75 per cent of them, but Florida to empJMment to persons celve checks for similar amounts a
they are "seconds" and "thirds" who lost their jobs becauseof month later.
and will not desirable the freeze A survey, he
bring very I The certified applications will be
market said, will be made to determine future
prices. sent as rapidly as they are obtained -
Bean crop losses were heavy, quota increases.In I to the regional emergencyheadqulrte1'l
but several "patches" escaped: the his statment of local conditions at Lake Worth and

cold On the 80-acre tract of to Senator Pepper and from there will be forwarded: by
Homer Davis, just south of Homestead Congressman Cannon, Mr. Bird I air mail to Washington. Checks I
said 800 farms were wiped out,
several hundred workers will be sent directly to the applicant
8,000 farm laborers out"of
were picking and crating beans were from Washington. .
E. C. is work actual loss was $2,511,000
;yesterday. Elchenberger
After receiving names of volun-,
$195,000 worth of seed and fertilizer
planting 40 acres of beans, Roy -
Mr. a
Nixon, 20, and Bob Biggers, 29. was lost, 20,000 to 2 .000 Individuals teer workers, Simmons explained 1 I
the method of fillIng
proper -
were affected of which
J. L. Penny of Princeton saved
60 cent are local and 40( out application blanks He
five acres of tomato seed bed and per per
has planted 300 acres In the east cent are transient, potential loss is distributed 1,500 blanks among the
Blades. Mayor Tom Harris of $8000,000 to $10,000,000, possible workers and said additional ones
Homestead planted 90( acres from I salvage rate is 10 per cent and 27- I would be received today.GLASSEi. Standard Oil Stations and Dealers are offering you

seed beds he saved by covering (00( acres of crops were completely today the finest and highest-octane motor-fuel ever

them with straw.Tomatoes lost. ; offered at the Standard Sign- CROWN EXTRA!
are bringing $5 per l'
crate for growers who were so for Women's Club Planning: t CROWN LXTRA more than lives up to its name-

tunate as to save them from the Orange Blossom Fete and is really extra in every way. extra antiknock, ..
cold. Probably the largest amount
extra powerful extra smooth and extra in
saved was by J. W Glllesple. He"rescued"
The Redland Women's Club Is
200 acres completing plans for its Orange all 'round performance. An EXTRA premium product -

Many of the damaged tomato Blossom Festival wh..n will be at a small premium pricemadefor

plants have been found to be"suckering" held from Feb. 7 through Feb 10 < those who want the best.
that Is putting out at the club headquarters at Red-
new growth below the ground land road and Coconut Palm drive. V
that will produce another "pick- Food and delicacies made from Th mining of letrseihyl lead

ing." Redland District products, as well 6604 trlllM HUM baatth fluid with jail any gasoline docs
A survey Sunday showed that as handicraft work, will be sold ]t t r (.ylKMt afulife. fasts; not make it he equal of CROWN
cabbage, beets, lettuce, carrots, from 30 booth pr.f'.tt I I. yaw work Act seal! EXTRA in either specifications

mustard and related crops escaped Proceeds of the festival will be Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. or performance. It ii the d damage but they form a negligible used for repairs to the club house. Hack of CROWN EXTRA that .
proportion of the commercial vegetable Chicken dinners will be furnishedby L. W. Stebbins makes it better.STANDARD .

crop.Coldsnaps. Mrs. Fred Kufeldt. 1225 W. Flatter St, Miami
which occurred In The club has conducted five pre I '

HIT and 1934, froze trees only a vious festivals, the last one four Phone 3-2315 .. ;
few feet above the round; the years ago. . freeze last week struck at a CROWN

height Veteran growersthe I : ,.
said prevUnu freeses killed .
Wily up to avers* :feet from the Green: Lantern RestaurantAdjoining : I -

'around. The tips of towering palm
'. last week-end. Hotel Redland
:tree were j
Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor I OIL C0JWEA I #*

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2. 1940 'THEWmJi..OOERPISE: Page Three

I .:Career' ,of. .Hans Walker Called '

parallel of Horatio Alger Tale Wsw
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Walker: "If tale of" Tltuivllle continues once kind a,home.Bans 1 IREDLAND VICTOR te S isSpecia1s I

Jess boy and now a successful business '
roan, wU| become governor ol I'lOVER GROWERSBY FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd and 3rd.
Florida," lays the Jacksonville I
JournalM, Jan. 19 In a feature *r- PHONE 31 FREE DELIVERY
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Mr. Walker Is the foster brother PURE CAVE
of the flev Walker, for If
yean--'p sW p cor' HomesteadBaptist In a thrill-packed exhibition of drain
Church and now pastor ol superlative basketball, the Diamondbacks RICE 20c SUGAR t 23c
the First Baptist Church at So- of Redland High School .5 IN. I
.trues'Fla'Han ;- defeated the Growers of Homestead -
Walker, who was the first High School by a 33 to 31: With Order
candidate for governor to announce score In the Redland gyrrinasiua
was in Homestead Sun- Friday night in an over-time game
day, I The score board read 31 to 31: 20 Ibs. 10 Ibs. 5 Ibs.
The:Journal article follows: when the final whistle of the game Flour
Like tin excerpt from one ol 'was sounded The players launched Pillsbury 89c 49c 28c
Alger's yarns on poor-boy-makei Into a three-minute over-time per-
good reads the life of Hans Walker iod, but before the session was
of TU lvl1le. 'I many seconds old, Greer, lanky
Right today lf1 li'k whale of's Dlamtfndbaclc guard, connected
story, Inthe next few months It with a set shot from a point near SWIFT JEWELLardi BEST GRADEWhiteBaconlO'LB.
might be better-from waif to his opponents foul line, and that .
governor!,:: was every bit of It. c
: The stark of the tale goes back The: two teams played rather ;: 39c
J I 91t.The cautiously-during the first half At*
a cn* 4s.Jacksonville and the end o>( the first quarter Re*
the first pteyet to enter from to* Upi.was leading 4 to :a and at the
end of the half still held tie lead,
Wings h V KU* C. Fagg, now stats 3 LBS
*uet>r(nte|I>dt4t :Of the Chlldrwi .10 to I, ; MAXWELL
Mouse 5*ietj Of Florida: 1ted1lmd't'-rte4 connecting 4ur.
1\| was, one of Mr Fagg's first tag the third quarter, which elided ffee.lb25c Neck Bones 23c
with the Diamondbacks leading C
:casts, a boy and a girl Unable to .
upptrtMtemj 'ttwr. family *had ?0t to, 10..TheGrowerssdid somiserious '
'from that
turned the pair ovejj to the Chil11req's playing
wardsThe and started gathering in points.
\ Home.as permanent LEA MEATY

,by st rm two. Bright took Mr., handsome Faggi heart they During quarter a the 11-mlnute Diamondbacks period in scored this. Lima Beans 2 Ibs. 12c

deserved the best home that could only one point, but in a short time Ribs
be found for them, Mr. Fagg felt. both teams began hitting and when ti ';[Spare '*. cMEAL
Titusvilleto the whistle blew they were faced
So he made a trip to
lee John R.Walker and his wife. with a 31 to 31 tie. BEST GRADE ( :u .
Chambers, Redland forward, was
Walker was in postmaster.Titusville Both social were circles high scorer of the game, account 5 ; LEAN WESTERN LB.
prominent. HIs glowing description of ing for 13 points. : 14 ,
If alibis are in a rder, the Growers c
the young brother and sister Intrigued lbse Pork 20cFRESH
I were too consistent in missing! ,
( the Titusville couple so .
Jacksonville crip shots at which they had multitudinous -
they cam
Attracted by the charming kids, I opportunities They Juslcouldnt AS AN BORNCoffee ,
make these handed-out-
they took them on trial for a FRESH HOME MADE
on-a-silver-platter scores
year Long before the year wall too, when the game had only 20 Ib. 23c
Up, the children had found a per seconds to go, James Sullivon, for-I Pork Sausage lb. 19c
manent place In the Walkers'I i,ward, missed two free throws after ,
hearts so they were given a permanent -
The was fouled.
place in their home. I ----- i PURITAN SLICED BREAKFAST
'Time passed and Hans Walker I
and his sister grew up, went to Short Illness Is Fatal

Stetson.Ham, entered. the business To Franklin W..Jones Syrup J/2 g a,,, 35c Bacon lb.25cJEKSEY

world went high. Franklin Woerner Jones. 61,, ,
Today he Is state representative veteran newspaper man and recently --v- '
for the American Oil Company connected with a Homestead I---- I JEKSEY CREAM ROLL
And today, he is In the race newspaper, died Monday in a lOo
for the governship of Florida. I Miami hospital following an Illness \- '
Not for any personal gain or of two weeks He lived at Pepper, Black I 2 cans -I5c Butter lb. 35c
glory la he, after the governors 459 N. E Nineteenth street, Miami.
chair.' Hit main purpose Is to Mr. Jones published the Coconut ,
bring glory to children's homes Grove Examiner from 1931 to 1933 P&GSoap3barsSOcSALT --
like the one that gave him his and since that time was associated I MHOIE OR HOCK END
start- with other weeklies in the Miami -
.To show that children\ poor, area. For many years he served Pork Shoulder lb. 15c
homeless, Jf given half a chance the Associated Presi He came to 3 ,
can;L f.a success in life. I Miami 21 years ago from Daytona iOc7c -
Ham Walker is married today, Beach boxes GOOD LB.
has one child: age 6. His sister Is! Surviving Mr. Jones are his
also married and has a family in widow, Mrs Caroline E. Jones; a -
Fort Myers. son, Franklin R.Jjones, and two undSteak25cApples
Yesterday here in Jacksonvillethdre daughters, Mrs E, L.Last and Mrs.E. 2
"Wer* lumps in two throatsas H Fountain, all of MIamI. Onions
I a pair of hands clasped. Funeral services were held Wed
Hans Walker was here on business nesday at Miami. Burial was In no
I: And he made It a point tar Woodlawn Park Cemetery 2
see one of his first friends in the Liver 25c
i world Marcus Fagg Together, the Presbyterian Pastor 5
two attended the Rotary Club Returns From Lectures 19f ibs.
luncheon yesterday. Walker I.i Is
i prominent in the Ocala Rotary Returning to tipulplt; after an Ibs.JL -
i Club, a past president. absence of two weeks, the Rev. BLUE RIBBON
And so, 29 years later a scene Is Geo. H. Ricks, pastor of the Homestead -_
I re-enacted here In Jacksonville Presbyterian Church will discuss Oleo Ib. 14c
Net a homeless waif meeting a "Growing Up" as his morning
young social worker this time. An sermon theme Sunday. 7:30Coffeelb15cSelfRising ,
aspirant for the chair of governorof Mr; Ricks has been attendingthe : .
the state of Florida and the Smythe lectures given by Dr. CIA SMOKEDBacon; '
State superintendent of the Children George Lang, professor of philosophy
Home Society of Florida at the University of Alabama :
were shaking hands.S4)undproorln& Seven Florida ministers, FLOURS lb. 15c
besides Mr Ricks attended the:
lectures ,
With Closets .
In planning homes the prospective LBS !. LBS. 20 LBS

home soundproofing owner may between achieve two effective PALMS HOTEL 22c 35c'63c English Peas Ig. can 9c ;

. bedroom or between bedroom FLORIDA CITY _
and bathroom by locating the Modern
, closets in the connecting walls Room and ApartmentsReaaonable -- --- '" ; I
The double walls form good barriers Bates

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Pates Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February 2, 1940,.

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\ built-up fooling bas been
II/IIIICIIIPTJON NATR$ AvilesKgaRS, and torn, loose section
de &:
!. Ite* r."M should scoured with Plastic rooting
.-. W Dade ""Mn" 11M.ynnYt'Tt'.TT cement applied evenly wife trowel or
Ilk* Implement
oCt, of When blister form-censed by the
.. eparatloa of felt layers or loosening
CURRENTCOMMENT 'I. MID10k ef roofing from basle iheathlng'
the blisters and spread roooag cement
-.c p (OUKpEOtcc' thickly over under suffice sod apply '
pressure for several hour to inure.
fit' Iu<:1'051'1 IKsvo Arm setting.

Br AGNEW WELSH. Mliml' Scatter land ever exposed areas,
\\5% U tar cement remains .
or fUckQ .
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big the following colon from white
Archbishop of York recently
bad paint butt lamas yellow and
lilted In a New York address that medium green.
while he could not call the present A.-To produce pleasing buff add
war t holy one he could without 1 pt raw Italian sienna plus Vt pt
hesitation call it t rlghteom one burnt turkey umber te paint mixedfrom r
a a 1fj 100 ID. past whit
Lemon yellow 1* produced by idling .
Scientists lay that another Ice ....' Vi pt C P. lemon chrome yellowto
Ace approaching but thai It Is paint mixed from 100 Ib. paste.
several thousand years away Well whit lead.
maybe r.o. but a lot of us thoughtIt If varying quantities of paint are
w. right here Inut week. I II mixed, adjust formulas in proportion.
a N N C II Whether following a formula or
JA .r .. I matching I particular shade, mix In
A Paris newt agency reportsth II only small quantities of the colori-ln-
it the Nazis have executed from I oil at a time to avoid "overdosing"
15 to 20 thousand roles since they which results In wrong color and
took >VCT: u part of that Ill-starred I i
Oct'f The darker colors such ** medium
counh'If the number should be I green are not prepared from whit
but hull that reported U certainly I lead paint The colors-ln-oll are reduced .
U bud enough to painting consistency by the
; a e addition of raw Unseed oil and outside I
spar rsrnlsh. However apply!
The Melbourne chamber of commerce the regular white lead undercoat
makes the following claimsof t tinted to a medium shade of the fla- +
Increases In that city: electric % fishing color.Suggeited.
consumption 12 per cent; postal PONG II! volume formula for medium .
receipts and bank deposits, 10 green I part C. P. chrome! v
% Kbw ATM6 bolatbrtW : green medium I t part raw linseed
each; water 8
meter, ; tax payment oil, 5 part spar varnish. One gaL ot .J
108 per cent. Yi rd sr 30149, !'color will yield Stt gal. of pilot to.! J

> which add 1 pt of drier.nuuunnnuuunnnnnaium. __' ...-j .of.
The Miami Beach "Sea Breeze"

prints then five reasons why a a.erwv so ac"aa.v".ae .v .wa 11114 406ww.ae" lit : ......-................!!-..-.-!.......unuu...."''..; .
woman li like a newspaper: they DON PEDRO MENENDEZ DE The fatal spot where: FORT CAROLINE :

e ore thinner than they used to bel; AV1LES was a brave soldier but also a stood Is no more. According to
w there li the bold-faced type: back cruel one. His massacre of the French T. Frederick Davis historian St. Johns 20 Years AgoIIIIilllllimtulIIIiAUTAUIIAIIIIiIIihIIU

have numbers are not In demand; they I Huguenot at Fort Caroline and Matan- Bluff, when first known to white men,
a mat deal of influence
: zas will forever leave a blot upon his sloped down westerly into a little plain
every man should have hit own'
and not chase after his neighbor's memory. Nevertheless by his exploit, that occupied the cove between the blulfand :!

he won the praise of his, king and achieved Fulton. This plain was called "The Th. Winning items are taken v.p>
Honey the the distinction of founding the Vale of Laudonniere", and there at the t-tllm tram IIIn .f DM HmnnttUEnttnirlM .
sweet of the eetsNLhd Mar. as. 1212.a.
turies. was considered cen. oldest city .in. the United States. After water's edge Fort Caroline was built in toe Until FlorMi manage, and
an item of food 400 so years Important ago one jean pent! in Florida he returnedto order to get a water supply for the irarml..d Lo.Ort d<..17. Ifll. with ever Hil ....

In the Swedish city of Ribe that' Spain where he was treated with moat. The plain has been washed away
its adulteration was punished by great honor and placed In command of mainly since the jetties were built, and Feb. 8. 1920>>

beheading the culprit the great Spanish Armada which was ships now pass over the exact locationof -"M. P Wallam has receivedthe

e a I expected to destroy the power of Eng old Fort Caroline built by that gallant sad new of the death of his

The secretary of the Italian land. He died, however, just as the band of French Huguenots in 1564 brother, Geo E. Wallam, of the

Fnclst uurtv warm Its followers flflnf- wnM__ .n .nKnnt.--..... fn.- ..oil...... influenza at his home In. Michi
that the present security may not; 1 gan."
last and that "Faclut Italy face ...".........,....."-"................"..".""....",," "W J
may bee has received
to fly about IS miles to gather a
the necessity and duty at any moment > little bit of honey. The bees orter 71 Liftk I to accept charity For a letter confirming his appointmentto
period of six
'I months his
of Income
picking arm :
a up organize rust thing they knew the approximated the postmastership of Homestead
feller will be cronln' 'em withlightnln' twenty dollars a S. E. Livingston has been
The four leading American Bird week. However a* soon as he WRIabl.
bugs and make 'cm work ; acting in that capacity for somemonths
veckb magazines arc read by 41 l day and night i Why with each bee secure normal work he Immediately In the place of L. U Nixon

million people according to one addm' its mite it takes 20,000 of: Told gave up his unethical resigned Mr. Livingston will con -
of them.Life," its estimate ofreadii. M,'em to make a pound o' honey." Us practice, because he did not want tinue In charge of the office for the ,i
,., his children to be branded
being as follows: Collier's, a e a ....."..."..""."'''...''''''.."..'''........."."..- ing a bootlegger for as has present""I. ,
138(10,000.; Liberty 14 I father
million; I I wonder If the possibility of Five later B Jeffrey has purchased '
Life 19.900000;; Saturday Eve years Ms sixteen 1'1
That It might be better advertising
five acres from S M Alsobrook
good many Jobs to he given ouisn't t year-old son
Ding Post, 13200000. This li defiantly threatened
probably to call off the Fruit Festival
l the chief motivation for theI his father that unless tho Citrus Exchange siding It il '
based he
on the general ceased 1
than to have Miami's winter horde
I proposed Folrlda cross-state canal Mr. Jeffrey' desire to erect a ,
of five complaining about the
reader to boy
paperNoia come down to see a measly collect ,
a a a I now known as "alligator wallow." i away from home at all plaining mill here and. have all 1$
Columnist Ernie Seller visiting 1 In lion of frost bitten fruit and no hours of the night, he would machinery for the finishing of hardwoods. l,; ,
Stirling, in a radio talk. report '
vegetable worth .
exhibiting.That '
I the Canal .
Zone there his father '
lay former
once aid people all over the world are I bootlegging ac "
have for ages played some form of about 4 000 white American and tivities to the police.Fortunatelyy, -"Johnft.: Moaer was born In 1
tennis from material obtained Inan i 15,000 Panamanian and Jamaican the ragged playing of some the parent possessed the courage I Warren County Iowa, July 21 at, .
Egyptian town named Tennis, I colored worker med In the oper members of the home team, due to of his conviction and did not hen 1353: and departed this life January .' I
hence they were called tennis bulls ,ation and upkeep of the Panama I late hour joking and other breaches itate to frankly confess his own SOth 1920 ."

She might have added that the I,canal of training rules U not deserved by guilt to the authorities! so that he -"Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Downer of
game of lacrosse played by the I Homestead, if the following bye could receive assistance In disciplining Lyndhurst. N. J, are here spendIng
Indian of the Northwest, was of Dr. Sfllm criminologist of th I Jack Bell In the Miami Dally News, his son. When the judge a few days with their daughter
a similar nature and a town I In''(University of Pennsylvania, reports I ta true: "One of the neatest little observe the crippled father's sin- Mrs. B. W. Morris They are

Wisconsin bears that name 'I It as I matter of deep concern that publication I've seen I I. the bosket- cerity, he remarked, "This court staying in Miami for the present,
a a a a two-year Investigation showed ball schedule Homestead High realize that under certain condi. but win reside here with Mr and

Canada's first call for its war!that 00 per cent of the major'I school puts out for each game .I tlon an Individual Is likely to do Mrs Morris as soon as the Morris
loan crime were committed Every merchant In Homestead ad- many things that
-200 million dollars-wai sold by personsunder he would not home I* completed
in denomination of $M $100, $500 legal age The same authority I ivcrtises there are lineups, statistics :ordinarily do. While I do n of"S.. F Moffett. brother of J.
. and 1.000; it draws three and one- stated that the youth of the I| schedule, cheers. In short admire the weakness you once displayed B. Moffett accompanied by hit
half per cent and final redemptionis nation had doubled Its expected If ever you saw a community backIng 1 do respect the motive family expects to move to Homestead
to conclude In 15 years; prior i quota of robberies and thefts a school this 1* It And the which prompted you to make this loon Mr. TWoffett has Connected
annual redemptions beginning i In trebled Its burglaries and nearly I folk around Redland are Just as confession for the sake of your himself with the W. D.
1948 quadrupled In auto thefts, solid behind their team." son. In admitting
will be at the rate of one- your error you Home Co'
fifth of the holding and determined|I a a I'" have definitely proven that you -"Hobart Brockett, who spent

each year by lot. The loan was',I Damon Runyon says that even I hold your child welfare about lost winter here ha* bought the
over-subscribed In a few day*. 'i,dog occasionally will make a cob Children in CourtBy your own" Tatum property next to W. E. My
take In
|, estimating !
t a man' character ers home and will enlarge It for
Early In December a New York'' Well some mighty good human Judge Malcolm lUUteU A Scotchman told a friend that 'occupancy next winter (Florida
man started to Florida on his an-1) judges have done that Lewis he was running for an undertaker 'City)
hual bee pilgrimage with about E. La we*, for 20 years warden of as his wife wa seriously ill -"Mr*. Reser has arrived from
100 colonies of bee on a special New York's famous prison Sing A BOOTLEGGER FATHER "But" remonstrated the friend. Indianapolis Ind., to visit with her

truck; these he transfer to a [Sing say that of the 30,000 men During the "It's not an undertaker :yt wantit's daughter, Mrs. John Booth"
boat with which he cruise the who have been In his custody "I depression a crippledand a doctor -"Mr. and Mr. McDavId have

aide of the state. Old Ike My, flat.1 I have found good where I expected old unemplayed"white mule'father rather made than and T *. 11&," was the reply. "I can-I moved Into the Hunt property
darned shame why It Continued ] sec a afford to deal with middle l which "
a ; ( on page flue) his home foreclosed and his family ." they recently purchased. I
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_Friday_ __ February 2, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Papa Five

\WPA REPLACES at Bristol the WPA, Uu'uuaha.. by the project is such: that the results
Sue A. Mahorner, state supervisor of the work done are ready
[ Scouting Beckons All Boys I I I5C of the historical records survey. for use on quick notice should the

I COUNTY RECORDS officials was able an to Immediate offer Liberty list-of county: all occasion arllle," ,t

county records for checking purposes -
LOST IN BLAZE as well as assistance In Army Chief Scores
making the Inventory and rearranging -
History As Taught
TING the record for UN.
Jacksonville, Feb, 1.-flu value I
of record work done by: the WPA "This fire, while deplored" Mr.Schroder On George C. Marshall thief \
historical records survey project said, "furnished a dem- of staff of the U. S. Army, chargedthat
was given a practical teat recently onstration of the value of the work I history, as taught to American \'
wr 'when the Liberty County court that has been done In Florida during youth, .la Incomplete and has I R
aIlrila house was destroyed by fire according the past four years looking to brought the nation colosanl waste 3
to State AdministratorRoy : the preservation of valuable pa- and near tragedy In an address ti
Schroder. pen is well as providing accurate before a Joint meeting of the
Inventories of public documents American Historical Association
r During its period of operation and mailing them immediately and the American Military Institute I Ij
the' survey ha Inventoried and ; ctalhifcl. In such cases off in Washington D. C., Dec. M.
compiled transcripts of titles of lerae". i
record In all courthouses In the; General Marshall declared that
stat. except the counties of Levy, "In addition to the physical listing !- the American public' comfortable :
Martin and Palm Beach. of records by the historical belief In the invincibility of the i
necords survey during the past United States, primarily due to
Immediately; following the lire I several years the project) has the character of textbooks used In
served In setting up a group of the schools Is a serious problem. I
Haven; Montreal: !.Chattanooga the i workers that have been given special -< Specifically be charged that mod- i
Southern League will training In handling such inventories. ern textbooks gloss over the mis
train at Dcland and Memphis atWaucbul. It Is gratifying indeed Ful sacrifice," telling only of vic ;
.. to know that the system followed tories.AMIMCAf !

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the Bojr Seoul of America celebrates Its 30th birthday oaThiinday
February S. all of the 1,330000 Scouts Cub and Stout I II
leader will rededicate themselves to the service motive which has
characterized! the Movement for three decade Scouting otTer adventure \
fun and arhie ementattractive to all boys -through the
democratic lif* of the Scout Troop and Patrol a* essential ingredients -
In Hs ehancter-lnfluenelng program for the boy of America.
Drawing on the rich experience of the Movement, local and nationalScout
leaders anticipate,the opportunity to serve mon boys annually.
rasa weer seas,.,
r -"......,....--.-""'"......-...-- 229 and will include 180 acres I .t
lying about two miles from Dune-
! CURRENT din. A church, school and factorywill A Federal Savings Institution
be erected the latter to spe- t
: COMMENTContinued cialize on cotton fabric garments
Which Never Paid Less Than
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Arabia sheik
( From Page Four) an 3 % On Insured Savings

to find bad and I have found bad
In the United States the old I'
where reasonably ex-
one might
Hagerstown almanac is our most
pect 12 ft to per find cent good of these He adds prisoners that famous, having been printed since The First Federal Ii I t mutual savings institution operating

' were aggressively anti-social and the Revolution Some years ago, under the charter and supervision of the United States Cofera-
while passing through that Maryland -
dangerous. He rules by kindness village I went Into a stationery ment. It is America's Oldest Federal, holding; United States
I and impresses on the men that they, store to ask if the old almanac Charter Number One. It is the largest mutual savings institutionIn
have there but two rights: the
was still being printed and
the SOlth.
dom of worship and
free-I was told that It was In EnglandMoore's
fed a certain amount. He ls a
hat been popular for over
believer In Indeterminate a century and its predictions are The savings of each account holder in: the First Federal are

encei are unfair as fixed to, predetermined many prisoners ones if much sought by the many who believe inured op to $5,000. Dividends bar always been paid en I

not to the most. of. them.. in such for silliness 1940 Include Its prognostications : \I- savings at a rate not lower thai 3% per aanna, which at

dire events Including for MOT this present is deemed the highest taU consistent with safe end

that It can beats be a devised fox a mile to spend the ways public one""A cyclone off Florida threat ',;-, conservative management. One million dollars in dividends imI

money. The US. postoffice department ens.timer You with can't that kind jitterize of tuff the ,old I been paid to First Federal livings investors ii the past fir*

is now lending over the I. .' years.
country an extensive exhibit of
U,S, postage stamps beginning with The 'Grapefruit League" of
1847. There was a time when basebaUiata Includes about two ,.< Bonds of comparable safety lira BO greater returns and an
stamps were issued as a public dozen teams for Florida spring subject to market fluctuation. Saving in the First Federal art
convenience; now a lot of moneyIs training and their camps will be "." not subject to fluctuations of the stock and bond market spent to advance philately commonly located as follows: American
called lamp collecting by League-Detroit at Lakeland, Boston the hazard of uncertain business conditions,
the Issues commemorating historic Sarasota; Washington, Or-
event and now they have added lando; New York St. Petersburg, The Allocution ;If currently operating at aa annual cost of lest

great men 1Ie le.; Cleveland, Fort Myers National than 1% of assets, bettered to be the lowest cost ratio b the '
League-Philadelphia, at Miami
The 1939 session( of the Florida Beach, Boston Bradenton; St. South, if not in the nation, among progressive institutions of ;
legislature authorized the establishing Louis, St Petersburg: Brooklyn, .. this class. Resources have grow at follows j
of a city: to be known as Clearwater! Cincinnati, Tampa,
Mecca because it I J. to be colonized New York Winter Haven.
by people 'of Arabia and the national League-Rochester at December 31, 1933..*..:ocwII.. .._..,.,. ., 8,38084 i
buildings will have the West Palm Beach, Syracuse, Fort December 31, 1934.,._.,.,. .........YlU 266,300.19 I
tural characteristics of Lauderdale; Newark Bearing; December 31, 1935. .**** ....men....,a 7,763,678.23
Moslem city of Mecca. .rChltec.1 Toronto, Avon Park; Buffalo, December 31, 1936.,.r.,__", .""" ,,_ 3,596,862.75
tion will be on state Plant City Jersey City Winter December 31, 1931....,..*__..._- 8J14J971JU,
December 31, lS38.-f,......_.,.,... llfi93mM
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makes specializing on Fire Insurance and

automobile radios Kindred Lines I SAND LOAN :ASSOCIATION I 0 P. );of IA: MI'

L C. Dodd \, N. Krome Av*. One Hundred N. E. First Avenue

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Pace Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, February 2, 1940

against syphilis In recent years,
SET AFFECTIONS STATE TO PUSH Dr. Hanchett said that a greatly

Increased number of cases ire un-

FIGHT AGAINST der treatment and that more private -
i ON HIGH PLANE, physicians and more public

U G OIL' clinics are treating the disease

.PLEA OF TUTT SOCIAL DISEASE than ever before. "In Florida,"
according to Dr. Hanchett, "the
I .. y IV.F.Mac Keet number of public clinics treating

Dr. John M. Tutt C B. S. of Jacksonville Fla., Feb. I.-The ,syphilis has Increased during the

Kansas City Mo., delivered a free Division of Venereal Disease Con past year from 40 to 87. They are
,,. \ operated under the jurisdiction of
lecture on Christian Science at the SslwimAJ t i. ss: trol of the Florida State Board of the various full-time local city
Neva King Cooper School audi-
'Health, BI well ai various local and county health departments,
torium last night. The meeting was
full-time city and county health financed local
by state and fed'
under auspices of the Christian'I
i departments In the state, are Joining era! funds.
Science Society of Florida City,
the American Social Hygiene During the past year, the total
Dr Tutt, who Is a member of Association In the observance of
the board of lectureship of the Tung oil wane of the world's ferlng from a skin infection Tung the fourth annual National Social monthly case-load of patients receiving
greatest industrial necessities, almost oil is used as an ointment If I treatment for syphilis In
mother church, the First Church Hygiene Day on Feb. 1. Announcement these clinics has increased
every country has develop. the home Is overrun with insects,, from
of Christ, Scientist, at Boston, was .ed a need for the oil and all are heavy sheets of paper are soaked of tentative plan were madeat 4,000 to 8,000 The total numberof
Introduced by Mrs. Robert Felton. constantly suffering from a short with Tung oil and burned, a potent the state health department private physicians cooperatingwith
Following are excerpts of his age. Central China, growing Tung form pf fumigation.; The oil headquarter here In a Joint state the official health departmentby
speech, In which the capitalization trees for centuries. Is the largestt Is used as a rat-killer and also a I ment by Dr. A. B. McCreary state all
reporting regularly
source of supply, with the Southern in theChinese new
t body plaster, when
and Dr. L. J. Han
Js that of health ,
a prepared synopsis section of the United States suffer from cold, the oil is cases coming under their treat
furnished by the local Christian rapidly Increasing planting areas applied to stimulate and warm chett. director of venereal disease ment has increased ten-fold during
Science group: to supply the American demands. the body.Until control the year.

In Proverbs we read: "Love cov- the few commercial I The February Issue of Health "The number of doses of drugs
ereth all Ilnl," The way then Is New Old Pressing Methods groves were developed in China, Notes, official monthly bulletin of distributed each month by the
In the tree of the trees grew wild on the slopesof the State Board of Health will be State Board of Health to
plain: "Set your affections on Tung areas China mountains, bordering the Yang- I physicians
things above not on things on the there are about 25,000,000 farm. lie River. They were also carriedup I devoted to various phases of the for treating syphilis patients
earth." (Col 3:2)) Subordinate the era, of which about 6,000,000 grow and down the river In sampansand Florida program to combat syphilisand 'increased from 671 In January

human to the divine In all things Tung trees of income almost, as their only) native junks or were scattered I gonorrhea. Special educa- 1939 to 4,390 In December', 1939.
source" aside from
'.r' So long is mutter Is believed to be and a few vegetables. Each Tung rice over large areas by strong winds. tional material Is being distributedto All this does not mean there are

4 real, Christian Science cannot be grove averages from IS jto 25 The spread growth until of over the the tree centuries areas the 17 counties that have full- more cases of syphilis now than

'i employed effectively The oil-less trees, and in river regions, each Central China was, dotted with time health units. previously but merely that the
f lamp ,11 Inutile is a gas-less automobile farmer sells his crop to a local Wild Tung trees.Primitive .' "It Is anticipated," Dr. McCreary I i public as well as the physicians
contract who
What we nerd most is hon- buys the dried said, "that various county public are becoming more syphilis con
I fruit then transports It to a semi-
estly to obey the commandments: modern pressing mill, where the Firming< Prevalent health committees affiliated with I scious and fewer cases are being

"Thou hat! love the Lord thy God fruit is presscdT These mills of When commercial groves were the State-Wide Public Health neglected"
with all thy heart and with all thy which there are about 25 scat started about 15 years ago, ,the Committee will also participate In
'I soul and with oil thy mind, and tered In various river sections of Chinese farmer thinned out heavy the program of observance. A new I ALUMNAE MEET SET
,,' with all thy strength" and "Thou the growing areas, are supple wild plantings to enable the trees sound motion picture on syphilis Tallahassee, Jan. 23.-Dates for
shalt love thy neighbor as thy- mented with eight modern pressing to grow larger and assure a heavier entitled "With These Weapons," i the fourth annual Alumnae College
There la little tilling
mills located near main crop very
self?" (Mark 1230-31) that Tress the fruit in of the land, and no fertilizer has been secured by the State''I Homecoming at Florida State
Mary Baker Eddy obeyed those the same manner as is done in aside from the fertilizer availablein Board of Health and will be shown College for Women are set for
commandments. She loved God our Southern states. There are every Chinese hamlet. Cover throughout the state just as soon April 12, 13 and 14, It was announced
with all the devoutness of an intense also about 1,000 small regional crops are practically unknown. as it is delivered from national I by Miss Daisy Parker
and deeply spiritual nature. mills far in the interior, using, Grasses a'ieli branches to headquarters. The presentationsof lof Tallahassee general chairman.
and are
human grow
or animal,power.These this film will not be limited to The alumnae college will haveas
. And as unreservedly she loved and valuable for fuel for the little
primitive mills are made Social Hygiene Day but will be one its theme "Active Citizenship"in
served her fellow man. The high from large trees, down the fires Chinese farmers need for
1 centerof releases of the which the political social and
ideal enunciated by Mrs. Eddy was which is carved a long horizontal cooking. of the regular
also the standard to which she trough almost the length Scientific care of Tung tree State Board of Health throughout intellectual sides will be discussed
herself adhered: "Allegiance to of the tree with holes pierced groves In China is unknown. The the year." I by speakers of state and national -

God, subordination of the humanto ttuoufttt channel.the bottom The nuts of the from primitive the. tree has the never places been they grown have been outside Reviewing the progress made reputation.

the divine, steadfast justice and Tunt tree fruit, which had previously thriving for centuries.: Any effort
strict adherence to divine Truth been heated Into a circular to transplant the tree to other
and Love." The beloved Discoverer cake and pressed the same general native sections would be imprac-
y of Christian size the tical unless the Chinese farmer
er Science Is also rev as trough are placed
ered as the Leader of the movementshe in tne "tree mill" with two circular had the same agricultural advice
Redland Brand
stones inserted after available as the American farmer,
founded and the Leader of the every
three or four cakes, Then a heavy in the Southern sections of the
individuals Identifying themselveswith wedge Is inserted between the set United States along the lines of
the movement. And she Is the co-operative farming plan of
,of stones nearest on*'end of the j
worthy to be called Leader, for she i tree, forcing the stones apart. The the General Tung Oil Corporation
never caused anyone to depart ell cakes art pressed tight age'ftt of Tallahassee and Gainesville I Fertilizersare
Florida now being! used in Flor
from the path our Saviour trod. the next set * the oil whlcJCescapes into
In fulfilment of pans
Scripture she thf all
e. v the exports
through t i1"ttle, holes in the
brought to this age the final revel bottom of lue tsuiich. The from China is Tung oil. The I
ation of Truth, the Comforter is re ed' rag the operation lengthI United States Imports almost 75% I manufactured in Homesteadby
Christ Jesus promised would come. of, the tree UTOr all the oil his of that huge amount. In 1937.
That Spirit of Truth coming Into been extracted. -: more than 197,000,000 pounds of
Chinese Tung oil was consumedby
human consciousness, and leading oil'Good American industrial concerns. locally owned
Into all truth, certainly leaves Fumigator a company.

nothing to be eveuled, but docs When a Chinese youngster develops NEXT WEEK: Transporting I
make all Truth available for human a sore or seems to be sufsclousneSi China Tung Oil from the Interior i

needs. To be the Leader of Mixtures are carriedon

the movement committed to the of possession of all the I)one big realization-health,-vealth,

demonstration of Truth In Individ- Father-Mother has, we shall Know j I harmony utility, fidelity heaven. )
ual lives calls for highest and what gratitude Is, for gratitude Be faithful over a few things if II hand for every

purest umwlfcd leadership. Without a sense of possession. And, Ilk.Mary 1'1 you would be made ruler over
holy purpose and unblemishedlife Magdalene In her many.
a Leader can work only 111. In we shall have alabaster boxes of I need.

no way has Mrs. Eddy led more precious ointment to bestow on I Service! ,

Importantly than In her fidelity to the Christ, the Idea of Truth and Passenger (leaving street car): ,I

her vision. Love, Christ, the Idea of health and I"This car service' is abominable I Your patronage is

My friend shall we not you andI wealth the Idea of the possessionof always overcrowded." I

have one holy purpose? One harmony and abundance and I .Conductor: "You had a seat, I
gets what one really wants How the consciousness of nothing else. hadn't you?" I
wise to units ourselves with good; To prove our unity with all that appreciated.
,.. ...., I
to love God, Spirit, and spiritual Is good, we shall need highest Ideals
things supremely; to wed with and loyalty. We must have the one 40 .

purity, peace plenty Principle.Oh great purpose. Then through clearer
yes, we' shall probably have and clearer visions, day by day, EXPERT. Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
also one big problem; but it Is always the new birth will continue; until

just a negation, a denial of "conception" shall become "un- FRANK B.RUE.MGR.
the one big Idea. Let the one big confined" by any Iota of matter, or BARBERINGHAIRCUT

Idea of man' likeness to his Maker sin, and, purely spiritual, be winged MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER:
be our Ideal aid Inspiration and to reach the divine glory' (S. and .

the working to .make it all come H. p. 323) Through many such HOMESTEAD FLA.

true In our experience, and In generations progress Is made, each ...... 40c
the experience of others, will 'be unproved belief advancing the
our vocation. To light the why td demonstration.: Then; be born daily SHAMPOO__ 40c .

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we need oil Wow lamps that ear re-birth *'.ferer, my God to _..

heal being la this holy' unfair maybe Thee.'Ma.Ifcot ene big-purpose the "
revelled. And ut that 'eon- sec Wg' ceblem Is replaced by the :THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS .: to'

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Friday, February 2, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pace Seven

Mrs. M. A. Beam of Moorefleld I held either at Ojus or Jupiter on
W. Vs. and Mrs. Frank Snider of March 22 are to be made. VALUE OF CITRUS 1 r

Keyser, W. Va., arrived Thursdayfor The senior scouts began nuking .
In and AroundHomeslead a short visit with their cousin, plan for a May Day tea to be IN HUMAN DIET
I Mrs. J. H. Simmons. given near Mother' Day.
Each scout 1* to contribute one

I I Miss Nellie Goodlng of George tropical seed for the seed collec !SIIO\VN'\ IN BOOK i

town, S. C., arrived on Sunday fora tion.
II one-week visit with her family !
I i here. Lakeland hb.Specl.1)-. j jI

STATE SHRIMP The Florida citrus eommls-'on's I
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Adams are Mr and Mrs. Fred Muckert and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hunter left fI
I health book written ifU
announcing the birth of a 10-pound I sons, John. Fred and Frank, accompanied Monday for Chester, N. Y. new spot
boy, Wayne Thomas, In the Post by Mrs. Mackert's sitter? OYSTER TRADELAGGING j I I cally for the medical and dental t tI

Graduate hospital on Wednesday Mrs. Main, arrived Sunday from tiill Yust of Denver spent several 1 j I professions ind containing scientifically I

Mrs. Adams was formerly Miss St. Anthony Idaho, to spend two days list week at the Palms VIEW' authentic Information ,

Katherine Vann. I months In Homestead and Red- Hotel before leaving for Key West. about the value of citrus fruits In j
land. Mr. Mackert lived In Red-
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houdyshellof I land nearly 20 years ago when he Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kasman of the diet, Is being given excellent
Augusta Ind., and son Charles, operated a sawmill In partnership Denver arrived Saturday for a 'Tallahassee Feb. 1.-(FNS)- acceptance, according to Information )

arrived Tuesday for a visit with with the late Wm Van Winkle. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Then li something wrong with given out by L. W. Marvin, t

Mrs. Houdyshell's brother-in-law Becker and Mrs. Charles Becker the merchandising of Florida commission advertising manager. {
and sister Mrs. and Mrs. B. M. Mrs. W. G. Anderson of Win- and family.Mr. The new book Is the result of a t
oyster and ihrlmp thinks R. L.
Hindman. Mr. Houdyshell will return field Kan., arrived Sunday to year's research of medical literature -
homo Monday but Mrs. ,visit her sister, Mrs H. H. Ewing. and Mrs. Albert Phillips left (Bob) Dowllng state supervisor of during which literally

Houdyshell and son will spend the Tuesday for Miami where they conservation. thousands of articles were read j

winter here. Mrs. Wm. B. Long of Princess have secured employment.C. Washington authorities reported and excerpts obtained for use In

Anne, Md., and Miss Mary Fowbleof the book. Copies have been sent to
W. Lively left for Miami Mon- Florida lagging far behind threeor
editors of medical Journals, medical
Mr. and Mrs. F. W Stillman of Baltimore, Md, arrived on "
day after two-week visit here. lour other southern states in
a syndicate writers, dietitians
Redland have as their guests for Thursday of last week to spend the
several weeks Dr and Mrs.Frank winter with Mr. and Mrs. D. B furnishing the nation's food pantries and others who would be inlerct"I
Un Carroll, Mrs. Julian Carter and ,Clure. Mrs. Saima Mattson of Cape with canned shrimp and ed In it.
Sable and her son-in-law and
Miss Ella Carter, all of Philadel oysters. Mr Marvin quoted a letter from
daughter visited Mr. and Mrs.
phia. I the editor of a prominent mec cal
Mrs. W. K. Walton spent several
Johnny Becker from Tuesday till In
commenting on the U. S. Bureau ,
days last week with Mrs. journal as typical of the respouesbeing
Thursday. of Fisheries report for 1937.SupervllOl' ,
Theodore Franklin and John Martha L. Murray in Coral Gables. I received concerning he
Bowling laid Florida
Fredrick, seniors at the I book
University I' Harold Ayers and Abe Scrota with a coast line of about 2,200
of Florida, are spending several of Bridgcton N. J., were guests I I miles, furnished but $31,000 worth "Thank you very much for ur
I X-I.:; the '
letter of Jim. 3 and for i 1'1
with their Mr. and
parents 1
Mrs. Fred
In the Post recently of Mr. and Mrs. Leon |lot canned oysters Of the $2,839- ,
Mrs. J. Franklin I ,of 'Citrus Fruits and Health T'" re
P. and Mr. and
Graduate where she 1
hospital was Rerry. 000 worth of canned oysters sup {
David Frcdi Icks hIs|I no question but that the n-
Mrs. respectively. _
,taken on Saturday for medical I { plied that year by nine southerncUitet
crease In consumption of c'' Jiis
II treatment. I Sunday guests at the home of one of the nine accountedfor I
!fruits has materially helped 'lie
Ralph Wilson returned to his
Mrs. Ida Silverman were Sam $1,23800 worth-and that state
home Tuesday from Belding Mrs. John Hill underwent a Chernoff Joseph P. Less, Ben I has less Ulan J.,3, miles of coast ,general health of the nation. ,
be' tu-
I your state Is to const
Mich where he had been culled I minor operation in the Post Grad- Silverman of Brooklyn, N. Y., Eddie Another southerm,state among the i
by he sickness and death of his uate hospital Tuesday. I Silverman of. Miami Beach and I nine with I 1-ss IhaftUOO miles of latcd on its foresightedness in itablishlng -
father, L E. Wilson. I Myer Silverman of Coconut Grove. water front, fur Ii.led! $132,000 I studies of the type )/\1'
While, doubt, the
mention. no
Lois Sklner Is In I I
Betty the '"'!'thoFlorida In
state will benefit from an
Mrs. Jack Polk and Infant County hospital where she was Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schermerleft also wa| third from the I consumption cf
daughter Margaret Ann, returnedto taken on Monday for medical for Mu.ml this week after a !tt/iTamong the nine states furnishIng creased general
citrus fruits It will at the t me
their home in Homestead Tues- treatment.Mr. two-week stay at the Palms Hotel canned shrimp In 1937, the contribution
sound -
time be making a
day from the Jackson Memorial tel. I last ;year for which federal figures health."
hospital Miami. and Mrs. John R. Lloyd of are available, and both of the to good

Agawam, Mass., who are touring Mrs. E. J. Thompson and MissS. states which led Florida have from

Mrs Orlando WoJlam, underwentn the state are spending several Ross moved to Homestead on 1-10 to 1-20 at much ocean front
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Tuesday age. G. 0. Brewster, M. D.
appendectomy Friday In the
Jackson Plummer drive. I
Post Graduate hospital on MNN.N.NNNNNNN.NN.NINHNNNNNINNNIINNNHomestead Ey. Ear Nose and Throat

Mrs. Robert Anderson was Girl ScoutsMIINNINNNIIININHNN.INNNHNIHIINNN I ,Dr. Leonard W ilaskinl : Treatment

Mrs. Alice Morris Is critically ill .....Ullilnf. !. tr. IiMlnMinuGLASSES i
taken to the County hospital on rltu.a and Repairing ., Classes Fitted
In the Post Graduate hospital Monday for a 10-day observation.H. By Melba VanWInkleThe
where she was taken on Monday.Mrs. Scout which Offlw .win I I* II MI* krOf
Girl camp was, I 141 N. K. VIM I... ..'..!. n lUlf \
6 Appointment
L. in the Post '
Clingtmn la have been Held at
Jupiter over
Ito llT ...
E. J. C-.I.: Alp ( 111. I
Dyal returned Wed- Graduate hospital where he was the week-end was postponed because I'I c.1_ ..I lift' .! Mrnn Ki... Asad
nesday from Deland where she accompanied taken on Friday for medical treat- of cold weather at a meetIng -
her daughter Miss Iva, ment. of Homestead Girl Scouts at arena

and Jack Turner, son of Mr. and .........-...................-.""........................ the home of Mrs. Frank Skill Tues Bement.". rbrlhR I
Mrs. Chas. O. Turner to Stetson FLORIDA CITYBy day afternoon. I :::;, j ... N.. lair
University Miss Dyal ind Jack Reservations for a camp to be -
spent the mid-term holidays here Mrs. W. IT. Severy ,
- - -
with their parents.

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Cassube of Lamar Chandler left Monday I

La Fayette, Ind., and children are I for Conyers, Ga. after a month
Visiting Mr. Cassube's mother Mrs. spent In Florida City. CHOOSE FLOORS FOR
Arthur Reichert.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gross and
The Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Vivien, Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Perry of
have as guest the Rev. and Mrs. Brldgeton N. J., arrived Saturday WEAR
Clifford P. Flutcher of Sherwood for a two-week visit with Mr.
Md. and Mrs. Leon Perry.Mr. .

Leslie Henkel, a senior at the and Mrs. Eddie Sherman and
University of Florida Is spending son of Brooklyn, N. V, are expected
several days with his cousins, Mr. shortly for a visit at the
and Mrs. Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick in home of Mrs. M. Silverman. BEAUTY
Naranja. I I R

Baltus S. Putnam of Johnstown,
Mrs. A. J. Drew of Miami spent,!N. Y, arrived Monday for a visit
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. I with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reid.
Frank Webb In Homestead. Mrs., Floors that are built with good materials-that are laid I ;! ;

Drew left On Monday to spend a e by skilled workmen-give years of service and grow more; j: j
Month with her daughter, Miss $1000.00 If You Live
Mini Drew, In Clearwater. l and beautiful with age. They cost little more than the ordinary

Mrs.. George-Crook of E. Fair-I! $1000.00 When You DieA kind-and the difference amounts to only a few

field, Ohio it visiting Mr. and I Mortality Endowment
Mrs.J. C. Gopp on Farm Life Road Costs 8. Little cents a month on the FHA Plan.

for several weeks. I Pan National Life Now you can repair and remodel with convenientBROOKER

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Campbell had
as guest over the'week-end, Mrs. Ins. Ass'n. I monthly payments.

' .Cam>>beU'* brotber-in-Jaw and lister -

Mr. .an'd Mrs. E. P. Wilson of! R.Ural 1. BIXKEKT Agent Call 62 for full information
Hollywood and Mr. and Ura.James
""''iek of Miami.




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e Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 2,


It uu. Social Events in South Dade . I

Miss Gieula Dendy of Home- "'A A' Mrs Virginia Marlor presentedher
stead and John W. Fremaen Jr.. pupils In a recital at the home
Miss Fays Rogers of Miami,In-law of the bride, was matronof of Fairmont, W. Va.. were marriedat 2-.Meeting of Ad Astra of Mr. and Mrs.:A*. D'SmUh Mon

niece of Mr. and Mrs E. J. Dyal of' honor. 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at: Chapter of O. E. S. II day evening.

Homestead was married to Paul The bridesmaids were: Mill, the home of the Rev. Daniel Iver Feb. 2-Meeting of Episcopal On the program were?

Henderson of Miami at 4 o'clock Bee Fleming. Miss Valda. Ryals, son In Miami. Auxiliary.Feb. Duet-"Little Boy Blue"' ._._

Sunday afternoon In the First Baptist Miss Mary Reed, Miss Beverly I Mr. and Mrs. Burley Dend). J-Meeting of Junior .. ._.m..n ....... .... H. Engleman '
Church of Miami The Rev.' Bolton and Mix Helen Clalzer.Mri. brother and sliter-ln-law Of the Woman' Club. Barbara Jean Smith and

Roy Huston performed the
moire taffeta dress with .long The bride wore a navy: blue B. P. W. C. in chamber of com- "Hungarian Dance No. S'" _
Mr Henderion born In waist, full skirt a sweetheart ensemble 'n.
was very sports with rose acces* merce building.Feb. Johnanne Brand ,
Florida City and later lived In Red-i neckline and small puff lories. Her corsage was of talis- '-' ( ;
5-Meeting of South Dade Grletje Terburg
land and attended Redland school Sleeves. A shoulder veil fell from a mon roses. Mrs. Dendy wore a '
After moving to Miami she was i cluster of roses. Miss Dyal wore black ensemble with gray accessories Garden Club with Mrs Wm Dunlop "The Scissor Grinder" _-u.... :j!
.._..__.._. .Mae- Arleen Erb I
graduated from Miami Edison High 'an Ice blue dress made like that of and white rose corsage. -
School where she was a member Mri. Rogers. The bridesmaids wore The bride li the daughter of Feb. 9 Meeting of W. M. S. Frances foster\ *.}II J'

of the Minx: Club. pastel taffeta dresses made princess Mrs, E. F. Dendy of Homestead. Feb. Meeting of Circle One "Happy Farmer' ..Jl..j- *

Mr. Henderson Is the son of Mi style with a Urge bow to createa She was born In Winona, Miss I of w. M. U. -.. .... Robert Schumann'
I ,
and Mn. J. P. Henderson of MI- bustle effect They carried old- and came to Homestead in her Feb. Meeting of Outlook Barbara Jean. Smith :

ami. H* was born In Miami and Is fashioned nosegays early childhood. A graduate of 'Circle of W. M. S. "Value Neapolltaln" Leon Ringuet

Is a graduate of Miami Edison Mrs. Vivian Rogers, mother of Homestead High School, she at- I Feb. 7-12-Redland Woman's Grletje Terburg

High School Ho Is In the building the bride, wore a beige lace dress tended college in Rome Ca., and Club's Orange Blossom Festival : "Pirates" _... Composed by

contracting business with his father with navy blue accenoriei. Her was graduated from Homestead Feb. 7-Meeting of Legion Aux- I .......... .._"Barbara Jean Smith
corsage was of sunburst roses. Business College, Until her mar
At the wedding Mrs C. O. Wheat Mrs J. P. Henderson was dressedIn riage she had been employedl in iliary in Legion Hall at 8 o'clock. Barbara Jean Smith
I blue Feb. 12-Meeting of Monday Trio-"The Circus Day"Esther .. ..
aunt of the bride lang "Oh I pink lace with murmur ac- Coral Gables
... ... L.
Promise Me" and "I Love You cessories. Mr, Freeman a son of Mr. and Music Club. no. Benson
Truly. I Immediately following! the cere- Mrs. J. W. Freeman of Florida Feb. 14-Meeting of University Barbara Jean Smith, Wilda

The bride was given In mar. mony, a reception was held at the City, was born in Lewlsburg, W Club at home of Miss Jewel Baits and Frances Foster

riage by her grandfather, J. G. Me- home of Mr. and Mrs. Wheat. A Va, He attended the schoodi of Turner. "La Paloma" _. .. n S. Yardier
Sweeney. She wore a white slip- large four-tiered coke topped witha Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Feb. 14-Home DemonstrationClub Cre! :'" Terhurg

per satin dress made with a cowl mlnature bride and bridegroomwas Immediately following the ceremony work meeting.Feb. "Moonlight Waltz" ... ...n..n_

neckline and long train. Tiny but- the centerpiece of the dining the couple left for a trip to 14-Meeting of general W. ......... ..... .. Kathleen Armoln
toni were on the long sleeves and table. Miss Dyal' .presided at the Cuba. They will leave Monday M. U. in church. Wilda Butts
the back of the dress from the punch bowl. tor Fairmont, where Mr. Free "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers"

neck to below the waist. Her tulle Mr. and Mr-it- Henderson left on man Is in business Feb. Homestead P. T. A. ___...._.._ nn .. ... Lem Jessel
veil was caught by lilies of the a wedding:'trtjf through the north- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman will be executive committee meeting. Marlow Jacobson

valley. She carried a bouquet of ern part of the state. For traveling, honored with a party tonight given Feb. 19 Homestead Home "The Fairies' Lullaby" G. Martin
calls Illlies. Hei only ornament Mrs Henderson wore a navy"blue by Senator Ernest R. Grahamat Demonstration Club meeting at Frances Foster

was a pearl brooch worn by her suit trimmed (with fur andjaavy the Royal Palm Club in Miami. 130.: "My Old Kentucky Home" ._ n.

grandmother at her wedding. accessories. Her corsage vat I of Those present at the weddingwere Feb. 16-Official visit of grand .. _....... ?. Stephen C. Foster
Miss Iva Dyal of Homestead sweetheart rosei. : Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Free- matron of Florida to Ad Astra Barbara Jean Smith
cousin of the bride, was maid of Mr. and Mrs. Henderson will live man, Mr. and Mrs Boyd Coher- Chapter of .O. E. S. "Le Secret Intermezzo Pizzi'

honor. Mrs. Edward Rogers, slster- in Miami.I. nour, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freemanand Feb. Homestead school car cato" .....- _. "-_-.. __ G. GautlerCrletje ,
daughter, Rheta. Mr and Mrs.I nival. Ttrburg

DEMONSTRATION CLUB O. O. F. WORLD OFFICER Early Dendy, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Duet !"Minuet From Don Juan"

PLANS FOR FESTIVALS VISITS IN HOMESTEAD I freeman, Mrs. E. F. Dendy, MIs.Jack .Feb. S.20-Meeting of MethodistW. ._..._...._. ....?. .-..W. A Mozart
Cohernour of M. Circles. Grletje
Beckley W. Terburg and Mrs.
Flans for exhibits at the Red- Mr. and Mrs. Edw. S. Prohs of Feb. 21-Meeting of Homestead ,
Va. Mrs Arthur 'Marlor
Kesslnger of ,
land District Fruit Festival and Longmont Colo., who are on an P. T. A.
at 3
II p. m.
D. C. Others
Washington, Miss Kathlyn present were: Mrs. Andrew
the Orange Blossom Festival were official tour of .. O. O. F lodges,
Feb. 28 Mar
S-Redland District ,
Freeman, Miss Lee Lowrey, Miss I Terburg, Mrs. M. D. Jacob-
made at of the Redlund
a meeting visited Mr. and Mra. II. B
Hazel Schwalls Miss Fruit Festival son. Mrs W. B. Mills
Beat-I Jean Shepherd Mrs. J. F.
Home Demonstration Club Friday tie and Claus Grlnold several E. W. Edwards, G. Haydenand Feb. 28-Meeting of Lily Bow foster and Mary Jo and Marjorie
afternoon In the Redland Com- I this week. Mr Prohs Is John Bowlenbutk of Rich- r Book Revled Club. I''Terburg.
munity the general militant councll'Ut mond. -

A booth to sell sandwiches and I. O. O. r. sovereign grand lodge of I ,
coffee will be taken at the Orange the world. After visiting Cuba .
Blossom Festival which is to be for several d.iys, Mr. Prohs will LILY BOW BOOK REVIEW
held In Redland starting Feb TAn Install officers of Ladies AuxiliaryDixie curB, NAME: OF STUDY CROUP
I Lily Bow Book Review Club Is THE DIXIE DRUGJACK
exhibit of citrus fruits and No. 1 of Miami, assisted by
their by-products will be made the name chosen Wednesday night
by Dixie Canton No I of Miami and I
the club at the Fruit Festival at Dixie Canton No. 8. of West Palm i by the study group sponsored by POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
Homestead starting Feb. 27. Beach. I the University Club at Ita meetIng -
A committee composed of Mrs In Lily Lawrence Bow Library. Homestead, Fla Phones it and 9101

W K. Haas, Mrs. J. A. Rotherhamand I Mrs. Rudolph Mattson and Mrs
Mrs. H. Singer was appointedto MRS. II P. MeDANIEL 'A. M. Logan gave book reviews
make arrangements for the fes HONORED ON ANNIVERSARYMrs. and most of the me mben present I
tivals. H. P. McDaniel was honoredon contributed to the program.
her birthday anniversary Tues- Prsent were: Miss Eleanore Hoi-
Miss Eunice Crady, county home AVOID
demonstration agent, gave a talk day with a misceUoneous shower ferty, chairman Mrs. B. M. Hind- UNDERARM OOOR,. r
the and luncheon given by Mrs. C. J. man, Mrs. Lawrence Becker Mrs
on lines of zippers and the OWL r/tf jw RfXAti
for the member of the R i. Elliott
methods of putting them on gar Parman Mrs. James Bird, Mrs
ments. Rain or Shine Club. T. J. Bleler, Mrs. Ceo. D. Ruehle,
Those Mrs. Coven were UM for: Mrs. Julian Mrs. R. i. Heater Mrs Russell Anderson
present were: Sty
H. Webster Mrs. Le H. Lehman Mrs. Lamar Dickinson,
mour Dane, Mrs. Chas. Lair, Mrs.
A. W January Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mrs. Fred Redd Mrs frank Mrs. Ben Archer Mrs. Mattson, Stops perspiration.
Mrs. A. D. Brannan Mrs. F. P. B. Ru, Mrs Helen Hackler, Mrs. Mrs. Logan Miss Helen Daniel, Deodorises-
Mm McDanlel and and two visitors Mrs. Easy to use.
Crook, Mrs. W. D. Wysonf, Mrs. W. E. Rheney, J. E. Clausen -
Vlrs.; Parman.MR. and Mr*. C. L. Houdyshell, Does
Ray, Mrs. J. G. Copp, Mrs. Geo. not clothing."w .,...
I sister of Mrs, Hlfldmari. -
J. Lawrence Scott, Mrs. A. E.
Barnes, Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Haas, AND MRS. J. H. WEBSTER Feb. 28-Meeting of Lily Bow i0 sisa LIMIT II9 4T eswJaslita
Mrs. Rothtrham, Mrs. Singer and ENTERTAIN:' BRIDGE CLUB Book Review Club .

Miss Grady. Mrs. W. R. Bird and W E. ,

ttieney were high score prize winners "
at the Thursday Bridge Club .
HOSTESS TO DORCAS CLASS meeting last week at the home of *
: v LJ ro eA.pp.4 ...,25
Plana for the year were begun Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Webster. of rlute .b.e.. .
at at meeting of the Dorcas Class Strawberry shortcake and coffee -
of the First Baptist Church at the were served. t::
home of Mrs. E. L Lawrence
on Those present were: Mr. and ..
Thursday of last week Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Mr. and Mrs. rP164h'.j'0111 gat utDd
Mrs. C. T. Harper, new presidentof I
Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Bevo
ea R aAU C** 'Pyar the class, had charge of the Webb, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Faust, ,
meeting Mrs. W. E. Lewis con- Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Firman, Mr. 'BcnaMvtrow' Adhasiv4Tdpe

ducted the devotional and Mrs. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Rhe- '
Others present were: Mrs. N. J. ne). Mrs. H. P. McDanlel and Mr. & 14 H e 1'' Band St. 1
Fleming, Mr. Chas. Martin Mrs.S. and Mrs. Webster. 00 n > t
H 7ib>
A. Turner, Mrs. T E. Kirby TM M Me .**.. wt j theft Ml
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. J. C. Vann. erase( S Ui SM .*. a 1/.IMA a..epw.7 u.
Ufka ....... *_ aft
to aandle tai Mral Luncheon
\ HONOR SISTERS AT DINNER I. P. McLean was Installed en so Daily
el __ We neassssMUShelfoo
Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis gave as warden of Liberty Rebekah

a dinner Saturday evening hon-, lodge Monday night In the I. O. Thermlqne Croqarel 11:30--1:30

or of the birthday anniversaries!1 O. F. hall. Members of Coral Re- Wave S

of Mrs. Portia Bentley and Miss' bekah lodge of Coconut Grove L... ....._ Wi- :..
France Davis, sister of Mr. were the Installing officers. I ..- PRESCRIPTIONS Ca u4Bi

is. Mr*. Bentle,'. birthday was DaV-j Others present were: Mrs Anna I| SLICE'S BeAUTY atwwt sue SrsitLLII ,o-.ca JhACI I 1
28 and Miss Dvvto was Jan. :; Messersmilh Mrs. Blanche ChaP-1 'GoIITIItIO TABLE?:5'

Covert were laid for: Mr. and. man Mrs. Mollie Wlngate, Mrs. ) PARLOR I I"I. DRUGS AcltO'- 50 :J

Mr*.. J. E. Davis Mrs j Harry D. Wolfe Mrs. H. a Beat. 11-11 MiCrwr Arrfe--Allra e.bo I
Maude tie, Mrs. A. W. Jones and Mrs. Ira''jraJZ. o....- ...... % ...........1 .....joitc' ..1tI! ... .. I..... .;f I
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NEED Or WATER INWELLBALANCED Angela said that trifles make perfection-nut perfection t.
DIET HO triflel So it is with coffee making. A geod cup of eotTee can b* mad
! It has always seemed to me that the first rule of good decorating To drink or Dot to drink every tin you try-hit only if jrou neBiber a member of leera- '
should be to make a room or a house comfortable and, above all, livable. water ingly small but vastly Important thingw which enter into the rocea..
,Let us talk a little about arrangement as It relates to you. with meals Is a question often Should :you forget about them it will only be luck If your coffee toot
Let us take the American living-room, for Instance. It Is not a formal discussed by people who are anxious too weak or too strong, cloudy or bitter. Hen are the rule of good
reception-room; it ia a room to live'in, therefore throughout most of to conform to good dietary i coffee making, rules that havn carefully checked and rechecked by
the year its center of interest is a fireplace. It you are to enjoy that fireplace practice. month aid month of research by coffee expert in our ova Good aloiueVeeping -
and oell.other rTcr the001,me, there must b* more than The United States Departmentof Institute laboratories.Be 1
ems or to a comfortable chair on one side. of the Agriculture lit the new Yearbook eve yea .... to tn k. The toffee you use whether tie bean .
fireplace and a oesnfortahte sofa er davavpert la boat of it and a chair "rood and LifeaIatet that or ground meet fc* fresh B* sure you knew whom coffee you buy
01 the other side of tt, taaUotly suggest themselves. When you are acttfag was mated, at the H la vacuum-packed la the ease tb.1 coffee which la t
In that chair yoa fsequetitly want te read and a light next to fc Isaccessary. unless water is used tl flush food met __.eje ... if there ia a date on the aantaiaet it should be within 2
It Is bat logical to put the light on a table into the stomach to avoid cfaew- a few days of the date of wchaae.: t
Oa the other side of the ing properly, there seems ne adequate
Ireplae la another chair
where Select eels, With favor yew Ilka. The pitoe' of eoffe varies according -
a second member cf the I
family may sit sad reason why satisfying
t* the eat erf the different coffeee that Bake up a jwrtloalar blend.
4 enjoy both the fir and the light On the table are the amounts of water should not be
book. The flavor also varies with the bland, ao yoa may find it necessary te
want to read, the I
you magazine you want to taken at mealtimes. Children several bread before find that
look try you one appeal to your particular
at, a plant perhaps that fond of I
if the season is summer, a bowl of you flowers are Back of, the or, should not be allowed to fill upon taata. So, bur: a brand with a flavor you the and no more than you can

sofa If the room Is large, nay be a long sofa-table water, however lust before or mo in a week.
again holding a light,or a bowl of flowers or both, and' during the early part of a meal A universal grind makes i food coffee. Usually itIsn't
necessary to ask your grocer to triad or regrind
again photograph.On a box. for cigar or cigarettes, a picture or a Some authorities class water asa coffee to suit the coffee-making device you we. If a
food and some do not. But all universal grind la available it will be satisfactory for
another wall apse may be s desk, either of I agree that water, as well as oxygen ey any type of coffee maker. lithe brand you prefer does
the secretary or the flat-top type a comfortable chair and foodstuffs, Is essential to human not have a universal grind, buy a percolator grind for
HILIN noun In front of it, a light to see by, necessary writing
a percolator, and a drip grind for a drip-coffee maker.
D/rMtf .S materials, a dictionary I an address book, and a book life In addition to water s i
f .\.... HOUI.*..'/.' of reference between some attractive book-ends, com- I drunk plain and In beverages, large e" Don't mix fresh coffee with .t.... It Isn't necesaary -
Studa Dieting croup which la livable because it Is useful amounts also are consumed In to transfer coffee, after you bring; it home, toanother
Oa still another wall space between some windows where the sun comes foods, container In doing this you may jeopardize
may be a Boston fern or possibly some potted Ivy falling over a metalstand. I Many common foods are the flavor of the fresh coffee by mixing it with coffee
Next to it, place a comfortable chair or two not far from the win. more than 50 per cent water Even left In the container..

dow and by the chair a low table which may hold an ashtray or a cup [I those that look dry contain someI RAMARINs rI/this Keep coffee maker clran. Your coffee-making ,
of tea If you analyze this, you will see that the arrangement is just I moisture. nrr.erer w utensil snould be scrupulously clean. Coffee oils have
. what common sense would require of the room to make it comfortable, | The bodies of normal person Good//.umb.mPUaa: a habit of clinging to the inner surface of utensils
The same principle may be applied to s hall a dining room or a : of the sane size do not vary much and eventually five off an unpleasant musty flavor to
bedroom. In a dining room the arrangement la for eating three meals : In water content. Water accountsfor the coffee made In them. Thorough washing in warm soapsuds and
a day. The necessary furniture is a table In the center of the room, ascreen about 60 70 thorough rinsing in clear hot after each use will remove trace
to cent of
at the pantry door, a sideboard or console table The room from a I per bodyweight of the coffee oil. You can Jw a small brush to clean spouts and the
livable standpoint must fulfill its purpose. Individuality Is put Into It, Some of this is In the formof tube of percolator
ia the color, the type of furniture chosen and, to a leas Important degree, blood, urine, sweat and tears.
in The with for At lost twice, a month give your coffee maker a more thorough
feeling will The
arrangement. person a formality unconsciousIf |i muscles, digestive juices and
I Porcelain enamelware glass utensil should be cleanedby
cleaning. or
formal the
atmosphere to
give a room, possibly by eliminating small | internal fluids of the and
eyes boiling in a solution of one tablespoon of washing soda or borax to
things, possibly by a certain austerity of color. Whereas, a loving
warmth and will give that quality to the room although the furni- 'I joints contain large proportionsof each quart of water. If you wish yon can fill such a coffee maker with
ten remains olr same place by using colorful i ornaments on the water the solution and let it hot) If the appliance cannot stand such heat, let
mantel, or dishes on the aideboard a screen that I. gay rather than One reason why water is need it soak in a dishpan full of this hot solution. Base of coffee maker In
austere, a chintz at the windows and a warmly colored, rather than s ed constantly, Is to keep up the which there is an electric heating element must never be immersed in
neutral colored painted wall. water. Percolator can b* filled with either of the foregoing solutions!
, I necessary supply of normal body the of heat will tube. Be sure to rinse thoroughlyafter
this brings m* to this question of the smaller things In a room fluids. Another cleaning Ant:
Jd.; i Is to transport food with any solution. when the coffee maker I* let aside i ,
At consider the fireplace. Have just the andirons ;
you "
you through the digestive system and keep the cover off so it can "air.
want? An effective poler...and a bellows which give you the bright I
bias you love? This la the time perhaps for daughter to give a Christ-I to help eliminate the waste products Use standard measures la making Ie""'''. Now we coma to the
mao present to the family which they really want But you may feel I of the body. Water helps to actual making of the coffee. For a brew which suits many people, use
timid about making the selection. Don't be. Just look at your fireplaceand regulate body temperature and two level standard measuring tablespoonfuls of coffee for each "f.pint
lee if it la Colonial, that Is, a whit wood mantel with a tile or brick takes part In many chemical processes standard measuring cupful of water. These proportion hold good for
racing and a brick hearth.U ao buy brass andirons and lire tool of bran within the body all method of coffee making If yon prefer come other strength, determine -
The graceful type tapering to a slender finial above a ball i* Colonial your own proportion and stick to them. If you do not measure
and fits the majority of rooms. A normal man of average size, carefully, you will have coffee that may taste very grand sometimes and
living and working under comfortable pretty bad at other, time.
conditions of temperature and I

i humidity, loses about IVi pints of
water a day through the skin and Who' More Important?! a representative of the people!"
[ In the air from the lungs. Heavy A member in Parliament anxious "Hah, grunted the native,

perspiring Increases this loss. An- to see a parade in his neighborhood standing unmoved "but we're the

. other loss of 2 to S pints a day and thinking ho was well Year.blinkln people oUl'sclve.-Caln!
I occurs by way of the kidneys and known to the people of ,that city.

bowels In the summer more wat. tapped a native on the arm, demanding .

er Is usually lost through the skin : "Make way there
You GetCoodLeoking
:' *L"I and less by the kidneys, than in "Oarn. who are yer pushing'"
.' I winter was'the reply. Shaves

dpi a Yj> No general recommendation can "Do you know who I im inquired -

be given as to how much water a I tie Indignant M. P '1 amJACKSNILLE'S I ISnit 1 With This New
I person needs since people differ .

so widely In their activities and .ors ZxPot.dc aOLE i
live in different climates, wtar
different clothing, and eat different I Gilletfe'Blade

foods. The satisfaction of I

thirst usually takes care of the a.m I IIliBy
11 .....,'",
'I need for water. .I,'.il I ." .. .... I
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". I

/ I Dr. R. J. Elliott 'I I I II At %jrice I

.j w

Horn IUd,. IlomejteadDR.R.S.AKERS f

become loosened how during cooking :.2- I

The roast has been placed on a LEADING HOTEL ,
carving board, that the backbone
so .. .. .. j jC 'Tkle ClllaiUM4
may be removed before the C"jtrfI.1 --
roast is placed on the platter. t'1 7 pad bent Is 1M .1VMS] ,MMMK4 ,
h.A d loosens W gleesi '
I. Just one sweep of the knife ( DENTIST u ns..e Bite veaMvta *Oar
will sever. the backbone from roast. ft !olio
worn Center \
8. Her 1s the rout on the plat Omen Jones: 5 a. m. le 8 p. nt. ......d v_.. bled. t.y see J J*'* lNa-taviad ) ro
ter In the correct position for the Sundays I to II Met........._"id reuse ,
carver. The ribs, you see, are ..... 114..k-1as"Wes 9"'r 1.6h 2614 J*
toward him where they will serve O..dIaturde! ,.
M guide to the direction the knife IOPItAIPIICtOCOCKTAIL I I
should take. aides of each rib. Every other slice Free Parking Space LOUNGE end YOU
will be boneless If the loin I. COFFEE SHOP wiry
The carver should hold the small the alice will be thin enough 17(4 N. W. J6TII ST., MIAMI stubble In a jlflend ,-
toast steady by Inserting the fork if the cut la made between each
k the shown In the illus of ribs then every slice will rnui>E t-tui OtIIooI.L ew.e s.ueNw1 save money too-with the
tol" pair r.-c..__ ... ,_
WW Del. 10 /a Thin Gillette Blade.Edges of an
tration. pork is more to t- contain a rib. With a large loin, --.
tog if the slices are cut thin.m.fh two boneless slices may be Cut I Improved kind give you refreshing

carver cuts close against both between ribs. I II good-looking shave every

time and protect your skin

I DR. C. II. DENBY from smart and bum. Gillette
alone could produce, and
Turner's Funeral Home sell st only IDc for 4, a top-

tfOfl AMAVlUWCE SERVICE Dentist Osteopathic Physician quality blade like this. Buy a
I package from your dealer today.
, Lady Attendant

Phone S84-R Knmesterd. F'lu Office Hours 8:30-1:30' Phone 39Homestead '\r lt 1 ..,. .i' I' Are Pr.4uoi'

1 fll. MIIe" (lit ."'. .
First National Bank e
Fla. 'GIllett. ']JJu.. fe

I Blending (Over Brown's Drug Store) $ .'or 251: I

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Friday February 2,1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pair Eleven
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RATE: First Insertion] 104 a line; subsequent Insertions j

.t-- STATE AGED Sf. line

BAPTIST CHURCH .paitor. tuaday vhool vary Sunday al
''lta.nl. : preaching aerrleai .. flret. third
.II IIIIIIYI and fifth.Suniari .til *. .. aid I iM p. .. FOR RENT the northeast quarter of the southwest -
owdrK paiJ:: M
+ yw
.i.; ., I Tallahassee February I/ Florida I quarter of Section J, Township
.. and 7110 ,. ...: .. Y. r. U. PRINCRTOW-Tha Re,. J Ib w.llw.FLORIDA .
.. n na
11I. 1tt5 Po.... Pinter services. WedneoayK outer I peenektaf. at 0 .. m.; ....., residents who are receiving j, 57, south, range 38 east This
.hoo .t 10. TOR RENT-Furnished houseyear desire j
.. 7M F age and survivors' Insurance benefits I'i tract lines due west of W. K. Wal-

.I i llf'diOULDa-T Rev. Noah Petweon: pow.t CITY COMMUNITY CHI'OCR I are not entitled to state unemployment ; 'dound tenant Inquireat ton's homeplace, about a mile, and
'side. Su.dep school at 10 a. m, pnarhin9.l -The Rev C 0. N.I.... _.... Church compensation benefits Dr. M. A. Bcrgrr's residence just avocado
it.. m. and 7 too P.m.I R. T. .. U. atb I whorl it 10 .. a. : preaching. at Tttfl p, m. N. Krome and 10th St. F2-9 east a Urge grove.
.... Po U. Pmye. ....sous at 1 I80 Po n. I Midweek prefer and Bible study Wednee.at unless the federal benefits are less Write or see J. M. Kling, P. O.

YIodnoodor.i I day .1 Ills.REDLAND. than the state benefits, Fred Brad- I Box 82, Deerfield, Fla. (J19R3)MISCELLANEOUS

: : CATHOLIC COMMUNITY CBURB- shaw, director of the unemployment FOR RENT-Large comfortable

Th. Ro. C. G. No-on. Vinton Church compensation division ex- rooms FroKher's, Oversea I]
'nlulcB OP THE SACRED HEART.a. school at 101 preaching at its Ep..lh
at Florida City. Phone i
t .a. Beooad avenue Homesteads the Rev Loo... .1 1,10. Midweek pr..ro and plained.If Highway :
KY I. Geary paetor Sunday maaa at Bible study Thursday TitoPRESBTTERUN the benefits are less than the 523-J. (j i9-tf) I t
Htm.; week day nan at T 10 dallyMonday .
achool Sunday following S a clock CHURCH amount allowed by the state the
V, 1 lil,,. Communion for women the first I amount of the federal 1 FOR A'l; SEE AND BUY st ananklm Variety t
... .. ROMERTRAD-Kronu N. compensaitlon ,
",""Bandar"of month I for men and the avenue at 11th Grove. West Florida City.
(Con.Sunday of month Holy hour Thure.in itnet The R... Geo H. RI.ka. pallor I Is deducted from the state I i )
Bible school al 10 a. m preaching at II ( TtttVA1S
Friday of month at I:UIt
tint fI
( before .. .. I unemployment compensation ben-I FOR SALE On Ecdland Road. |
Miaa first Friday at 1:10 a mdfj'ieaedkrtloa m. your; I.toli. at I 10 D. '
ttf the Bloeeed sacrament afler Feb. 4-Sermon topic "Grow. I lefit amount and the worker Is paid I short distance south of Redland }

l ffep-ia. Inf tp.M | the difference by the state Woman's Club cottage. Partly \ TtO \

[ftolRISTIAV SCIENCE CHURCH ...............--..""...........-."....''''...,........ The Florida law presides that furnished. For sale at give-away I I I

fttLORIDA CITY-frwdway one BlithLjfriit benefits shall not be paid for any price. See Wm. J. Geronimo, Legion
Sunday school at I ill a. m forypttplll HOMESTEAD F. F. A. I week with respect to which the Tag office, Homestead.d8tf CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will j
under SO yean of goes morning or advertising
.... at 11 .dock Wednesday evening ...............".......a ....................,...................... claimant is receiving or hat received ( ) I exchange subscription ;
&,,- which Include te.llmonl.li of heal- i( remuneration In the formof I for clean rugs, Lender-
and experiences and remirki on CbrU
A series of talks featured the
old age benefits under Title II FOR SALE TropICal plants cit Enterprise. "
'. |JOai. Sclenoe. I p. m. Tin nubile la corTal
.._ Ip. m.f regular meeting of HomesteadChapter I of the Social Security Act at rus trees and tropical fruit in I 5
loading room In church edifice la open Future Farmers of America "
Tharadar afternoon ; Tha public b aordlaUyInvUod.. to theaa held Wednesday at its club der any act of Congress Provided road and Plummet drive. school and grade school subJMU.
and to vial! the reading
room house.During. '
that If such remuneration Is A. S
Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. .
Visas CHURCH OF CUBIST a short business meeting I i less than the benefits which HOMESTEAD LOTS riummer drive and Country

.. avenue aid N. W I preceding the program reports on would otherwise be due under the
Bible study at 10 a. an ..... Club road.
P1 fellowship and praaekfai.1 etL..a a co-operative crop project, a sub- state law, he shall be entitled to FOR SALEI

district! federation meeting and progress receive for such week If otherwise -
have the following lots priced RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished
} CHURCH OF GOD of the chapter's miniaturegolf I eligible, benefits reduced by low for quick sale: or unfurnished t have year

.. ; -- ".'N. "W Irises sessions course were made. Virgil the amount of such remuneration. Lot 3, Block 4, North Diamond 'round clients. Benjamin W.
Get Q. Coplln Penney Sunday Bailey secretary, read a letter As an example: A claimant entitled real estate ...1
.:tI.. m.; preaching at 11 a. At from Allapattah chapter, recently Park, wet frontage Morris, registered ,
.. \aid. 7141 .. ".1 Junior Y. P. at tl ahtldrenaVeMrting I to $15 weekly Florida un- Lot 38, Block 2, Ponce DeLeon broker, N. Krome ave, next to
.. ..... Prayer _I' organized at Andrew Jackson High employment compensation bene- facing JuHtf)
oil4d = subdivision; southeast corner Baptist Church. (
1IiIt.I p. School which requested that the fits who was receiving $5 weeklyin south.Lots .

IURCII OF THE NAZARENC Homestead chapter Install the Al old age benefits would be en- 14-15.1eDlock, 8 McClure

t.,.. HOMKSTEAI>--The Rev. Robert H. I lapattah officers and confer the titled to receive the difference- t Manor. These tIJI, Green Hand degree on Its members
tween $15 and $5 or $10 week
n i Spear, parlor. Sunday School at .,41 a. m.I per and face s&Mn.
The secretary was Instruct- I
I pnachlnc' at II a. m. and f SO p. miN led I from the Florida unemploymentI Also 10 acres of lo"j rock land; OF APPt.A" ATION rOB
.Y P. B. and Junior meeting at T.oo | to invite members of the new I compensation fund. the north half of the'nbrth! half of TAX 1Jtt.1II

p. ... Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 1 Ing of Homestead chapter I Monthly old age payments un- Chapter IT.. A,,. .C "IS
(3500. a.PRINCETONTh.. I I The speakers at the meeting and I File A |MJ
der the federal NOTICE
I| program LEGAL NOTICE 18 HfKhBY J.IVKN that 1-
R... E. P. Cowen their topics follow: "The Game of Jan. I, 1940 and applications for A, H.u... holder ai uilgnee of State, and
........ Sunday school at 1:45, pn.chlne Life" Gene Minger 'What Makes i I County Tan Certlflcitei No. 6.11' and MSI,
at 10i4t a. m and 1 tlo p. m. ounlor j ; 'payments are handled by the local Instills the lid day .t Auguet A I). "St,.
', the Game." Carl Alexander NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ......
BMetinl at SSOf young people meetingS ; offices of the Social Security TAX l'IltP hoo filed mama I. mr off/n and h.
:10. Prayer meeting Wednesday it I "Never Say Quit," Fred Hobart; Board, Chapter I1C61 Arte ot un application fur a tan dead to> bo I.n..d
0 p. a. I rile A_S>&0 I shelves.said .
Ii EPISCOPAL 'Character. Harry Bowen; "Stay I Notlca I. hi shy .given that LeycheiterP Certificate embrace the followingnWrlbed
|Ito the Finish" Charles Minger; llunora holder of State and CountyTam properly In Ire County of la.le
For results Leader- Stat..f Fiends. to-wit :
; use IOU lieued lh 6th
'' Certificate >
'T. JOHN'S- K BecolJ' avenue and i"Success, E. B. Blackburn public I Lot 10. Houston Helghla. Plat Book S.
of A. D. late. hai filed time
Fourth .t_&. Homestead the Rev. R. fObwiord Enterprise Classified Ads diy Annul. l-ige IK In the County of Di..V. State
speaking teacher of Homestead I In office. and hie made aptlfcatlonfor
rector Holy communion ittrto ...... Said of f'I..rl"1-ai embraced li lorllfkenNo
dead be Issued th.
I a. m.: Sunday school at I 101 mornfo :, High School and 'What It Takes a tax embraces to the following deecrlbrd 6066. h. i....mrnt .f raid pnaj-
pnyer at IIJJKTeb i to Come Back," the Rev R F'Blackford ILEGAL NOTICES I property In the County of Dada. State of erty under the said erllflnu ,
II of R. bert R. Cunn.v.Lot
"The I was In the name
4-Topict Student ."'" :
pastor of St John's "Lota'Vlo 6, Work II. Woodland t9 Houston Heights, Plot Book S.
Who Changed Schools. : FOR Hue IIS In the County of .).<... HUM
Episcopal Church. Geo M. Frkk !NOTICE: OF APPLICATION Addn.. Plat Hook I. Pave *> In the ,
I TAX DKEUNtlre vf n..lot., of Florida. ai embraced In LrtlflcataNo
., County uf Dade. Rule .
K FREE METHODIST I fertilizer company executive read I li hereby given that United Reality The aeeeeament of laid) pn'pertj under 6.S7. The ._.m.n. of mid proverty
: "" | an editorial from a Miami news- Comp.ny holder aa uelgnee of Ujui the laid certificate w. In the name 01Unkno. under the said Ccrtlflc.te liauedwu ,
V FLORIDA UTY-The Rev Weiley. C. .Taxing Illilrirt 1l> Certificate Numbircd ... In the name of Hubert R. ConroyUnlrea
aural _100.. Sunday school. I p, m;i paper ItM, dated the 5th day of July A. D 1987, I Unions .old ....III.... shall bo redeemedauoonitna laid Certificate than be redeemed .
eeachln*, I and 7 10 p. m Tueediyafayer i has filed md Certificate I In my office. and lo law, the 'PAUP" e rri 1.edtherein .....rdin. to law the property *
: ; for "ito Mew 4*: tnheet bidder scribed therein will be sold to the highest
sending at TlBO p an< I re-ceived ; application tax will 1
h-I 'h'd.x.: : : Court House door oa the
I In accordance with law Said at the Court Mi 1h. first M in. bidder at the
", METHODIST : the fulkwing detcreWdproperty which fires Monday In the month of March. It4.
Barrett Company fertilizer distributors Cerllflcat embracea day In the month of M.rch 140
I I' situated In Dade County. HorlriaTot"I la the 4th day of i p/b/W0.{ which U the 4th day of March ISIII
.OIlIlSTIAD-Th. Re*. 1. 1. Rlchardl.pallor 'I as a prize for placing Died thIs 17th 7J 18'0. Dated this l.lh day of January, ISIK. '),
Sunday school at I:t6. a. ...I ( first In the sixth district chapter Block 1, Hallandale Park No. I E. H. LEAN e'r t 1A A 1Nlanuary. U. LICATHKM4N.:
_chin. at II a. m. and T 10 p. ... II. a Bub Plot Hook ill. Fane 49. In Clerk of ourL D.d. County. Clerk of Circuit Court,
tailor Lee.us at I 10 p. n HI Leatnat (contest In 1938-39. I the County of Dade BUM of Florida Florida. ClfJ"jll Dade County rlorlda. .
( ilO p. m. Senior Leagua at I ID p. n.Fnyw The ._.m.nt '"f laid property under Circuit Court Real.I fly N, C. SlrKKKTT. D. OBIRD'S
meeting at T :SO p. ... Wod.....'. i the Certificate iaiued wan In the name of ByNC. ITERRETT. D CIt I CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
RODEO FOR STATE FAIR Pleas A. lyr et il. IJ.n. I*. F.... S, *, 10401 /Jan. 16. nb, .. t. 16 IItOIIi
Sermon topl .: Feb. 4-Morn- i Western Americas top hand Unisex H.d Certificate hall he redeemedtccordlng I
I to law. tax deed will lueue thereon I
log Our
worship: "CaplUUilnc cowboys, champions and cham- on the 14th day of February A. D. 1040IXUd .
dlunltles"; eve nine service:l pionship contenders In wild west this loth day of January, Al40 .
!'Keepllll' Our Footing in Slippery I D'I'Ii
feats of tklll and daring will gather I E B. LEATHTRMAN.
.PI__" Special music by the in Tampa for the first annual Clerk l of Circuit eo.....
Dade County, Ilorlda.Circuit
senior and junior chlr.I1LVH I rodeo to be staged by the Florida Court Sell

A ALM-The .... J. g. Walter. I State Fair beginning Thursday I Uan It By IK N,'SI C. r.'b. 'i.tt.. D 19401 C 1I I Indorsed

Feb. 1, at Tampa. I i


0'.. I.'.. $880 used always represent good value, but the
SON. Doceoerd i ones listed below are unusually choice and we recommend -

To All NOTICE Creditors TO and CREDITORS All Penona Haf- The ftew any one of them for Jour consideration.

hig riilna or Do....... Against. Bald &-
Into .0e..e........................0..a
Too and each of you. are hereby notified
aid required/ to preeent any claims r
and demands which you or either of .,... TOURING SEDAN
buy bavt atalnit the estate of Agnes 1939 PONTIAC 6, 4-DOOR -
Hoo_.. deceased. Ule of I)... County. 1940 PONTIACDe
r.'I'.a': : : Hon' W F. Blanton. excellent condition ; original
of Dade County:at his ot-

flea County la the Florida County within Courthouee sight. In ralenilirenthl Dada paint ; very clean ; priced cheap.

from the date of the fink publlcion -
hereof All elalma and demands not 2-DOOR TOURING SEDAN
Presented within the time and In the mauler ( Luxe Equipped) 1936 PONTIAC ;
prescribed herein hall be barred mPcwldud
by law priced to sell.
Dated January Jfllh A, n 1040
A. Eaeeutor: of the Lead, Will and 1937 DESOTO Convertible coupe; 5 new tires ;
Teetiment of Agnes Hendrnon.Deceaeed .
paint runs and looks like new.
rtnt publication on February I. tttt. new ;
Feb I. I. It. It I9to. '

Coupe IS e e e $880 19J3 FOnD COUPE ; rumble seat ; good condition .

I ; good tires; cheap.
INto thai your eyes are SB 2-Door Touring Sedan 925

food as your brakes-have then

!cited at least once each year I 4-Door Touring Sedan 975 1933: PONTIAC TWO-DOOU SEDAN ; very

DR. F. P. ARCHER good condition.

Consulting AND Optometrists SON Preston B. Bird Motor Co. I: PRESTON AGIRD MOTOR CO. f fi

l't V. rtatlef Std MbUBi.'Tla.UUeeea ;

: Yesud B. Krone Are. 0..p..lte Tar Office South Krome Phone .,


Dlparlera. of. Tha for Americans OpUalaM laetHataSchool Phone IS Night rune, 53S-R !


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Pave Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, February Z, 1943
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CARE OF TREESContinued '!Agriculturists Here

, ;! For 3-Months TestA. I
BY Tilt
MWeT WtU 7
WANT *t TO -
M. Lord, entomologist, and WON'TITNINK
f, WA, they should be painted with Cea. O'Bryan, plant pathologist, I lit. CLEANIN4 SUPPLKS TAKE YOU BUT A fM MINUTESgo -
a good grade of regular pruning members of the Crop Protective SOME S/RUI FOR ME BECAUSE TNtlR SCXVICt ItSUGARFactory
s sale. REALLY nOMOT!
paint. Institute, have arrived at the CLEANING
Subtropical Experiment Station to
Since the season prior to the
recent cold spell was fairly wet, spend three months In co'nductln'l
and the ground U already still fairly tests In insecticides and .,
moist from the last rain there It was announced by W. M. Flfield, ,
Menu no justification for Immediate In charge of the station. Mr. Lord r
heavy irrigation. The trees I
v4>41 not transpire writer freely and Mr. O'Bryan are from Dur.

until new foliage appears, and the I ham, N. C. The institute Is composed ,/ RANKLIN'Sto
hock of a heavy lrrJ.aatlon.at; this of representatives from the !: ,
time might Influence the dead
various experimental stations Its'f
leaves to fall, exposing t h ebranches Au wJ.
purpose Is to conduct tests for manufacturing J,11
to sunscald A light watering -
concerns and other Industrial J
ihould not prove harmful. i 5
Fertlllsliur enterprise |I,
Since In most groves a winter i,Funeral Services Held I bs e ,
fertilizer application was made | I''
only a few weeks before the cold ;|I For Mrs. Rebecca Smith '
weather, there is no indication
that an additional application at I I Mrs. Rebecca Smith, 78, died 3
SPI'Y cart
this time would be beneficial i' Saturday it her home in Perrln I'I Crisco or ; 'S3c
Trees on which the foliage ls after a long illnesi. She was a native ,
. pletely killed will probably eom-I'I of Glasgow, Scotland, and
take up fertilizer until came to Perrine 18 years ago from I 1// Maxwell ALL GRINDS
Induces 'New Coffee
growth movement of Jersey. ZSc '
transpiration ttream No matter I Funeral services were held Tuesday i House Lb. Can
how much fertilizer is applied to afternoon it the Turner Fun- I
the soil, new growth will not develop eral Home, with the Rev, J. J. Long Island SelectedSelected 10 Ibs. l
. unless there are sufficient Richards, pastor of the Homestead '\ KJLLOOO'SMWllk
carbohydrates previously storedup 'Methodist Church officiating. Potatoes 29c 1
I In the plant tissue to producer Burial was in Palm Cemetery, ,
r new growth For this reason, Naranja |
a previously well-cared-for grove Surviving Mrs. Smith are her Corn Flakes
will probably show more rapid husband, John W. Smith; five ] I ANY ,
and vigorous recovery from cold daughters, Mrs. Alice McKlevey, I 3 cans ZOc
Injury than I grove not in good of Holmsdnle, N. J, Mrs. Grace BRAND -
condition Gall of Union, N J., Mrs. Edith Pkg. 6cPeaches
Spraying or Dusting McGuire of Perrlne i and Miss''*. ROSE DALE
: There is no Information at pres- Caroline Smith and Miss May 'l I, No. 21"t
ent which warrants any departurefrom Smith, both of Grantee, N. J. 2 27CGREENWICH
the normally recommended Cans for

program for application of fungicides 1- !More Men, Equipment I! INN LARSEN'S"FRESHLIKE"
and Insecticides.
Needed By Road Patrol ,

Morris II. Toucher -- Pure Preserves 2 lb. Jar 31cMilnut
Ocala, Feb. I.-(FNS- -The I. Drained, Vacuum
Succumbs At Miami Florida Highway Patrol needs
i more men and equipment. MajorH. "So RichTallItCanswbips" Packed
Morris Henry Poucher. 55, 1 N. Kirkman, captain of the patrol 19c
electrician, who lived In Homestead 1 laid here last week. 15 Oz.
and Florida City periodicallyfor "Radio equipment Is badly need
the past 23! years, died In a ed," Major Kirkman said, "to enable Jewel I Lard 4-lb. Pkg. 4ik CORN CansPEAS
Miami hospital after a short Illness the patrol to answer wreckcalls
Tuesday, promptly, to follow stolen BEETS 2

Mr. Poucher came to Florida cars, and to perform its duties in I I Meal or Grits ?r 14c SALAD
City from Sodus, N. Y., his native connection with general criminal for
town, two months ago and was em- work, which Is looming up and t CARROTS
ployed at the Homestead Music I promises to make heavy demands I TARGET POTATOES
Store. During the boom time periodhe on the squad in addition to traf- 29c
operated an electrical wiring 1 fic work." I j Corned Beef can 17c GR. BEANSCampbell's
shop at Homestead. There are no The present income of the 'department -
immediate survivors I Is sufficient to keep only I
Funeral services, directed by the 40 men oil(kite highways, Major! Tomato 3
Turner Funeral Home, were to beheld 1 Kirk laid,111'h4.act creating the Soup cans 25cArmour's
at 2:30: o'clock this afternoon, I patrol provides for a force of 60 I
with the Rev. C. Q Nelson officiating men, but a fore of at least 150
Burial will be In Palm men is needed to give the state! "A DELICIOUS
Cemetery at Naranja. adequate coverage. Treet FREE!! MEAT"can 25cDILLON'S

Mrs. Irene Martin Dies Molding Hides Cracks
After Long Illness Unsightly wall cracks around
bath tubs and showers, often
Pork Shoulders 15c
Mrs. Irene Martin, 68, of Perrine, caused by settlement or shrinkage -, ,
died at a Miami hospital Tuesday of wall finish, can be concealed -
following a lingering illness She 'by a molding manufactured expressly ( Peanut Ribs Fresh Sausage
was born In Burke County, Ga.,11 for this purpose. Spare
and came to Perrine It yean ago. The molding is obtainable In I
Surviving her are her husband, G. aluminum alloy which has tar- J Lb. 30cf
Crawford Martin; three daughters, nish-proof qualities; all necessary J Butter 2 IBs. 25c
Mrs. Maude McClelland of Miami, angles ire provided. A bondingcompound : ,
Mrs. Ocle Lllei of Woodbine, Ga., to hold the molding In 4 FRESH EVERY WEEK LB.J
and Mn. Evelyn Harper of Per-11rine place supplied.
; and four sons, Otis B. Martin 24 ROLL BUTTER 37SWIFT'S
jV 21c
of Coconut Grove, Howard O. : oz.
Martin of Key West. J. W. Mar- !
tin of Perrine and Robert D. Mar- Tropical Cafe ---- PREMIUM
tin of Miami. ICERHOLettuce Boned d
Ib. 29c
Funeral service were held yesterday I doors north .f city hall Chuck-Roast d
afternoon at the Turner
Funeral Home, with the Rev. J.
E. Waller, pastor of the Perrlne
Methodist Church, officiating i i heads Pork Loin Roast Lb.18C
Burial was in Palm Cemetery at Regular dinner .... 50c II |2Ig. 7c
Naranja.'TROPICAL. ,
Plate lunch .." .... 35c SELECTED

V' YORK Prime Rib Roast Ib. 29cg?
MONKEY JUNGLE :Visa Florence Jennets, Prop

ONLY Ili pies Gold Coin Genuine
MONKEY Homestead's Oldest B.BACONlb'23c
In The U.S, Barber Shop .5 lbs. 19C lb,49c

rl.ew.'s ne..te, I Is D. L. BOWEN
J..ti. JIM,* "We '
.- rim:so..d 114118,41.o"11, ItF4M I II I Irj" I'

a.. wd msa..s HAIRCUT too
MASSAGE!: .__? 40a I 1
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Expert and courteous service.A .
In fit : trial will be appreciated .
S ;i MIN,

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