The leader-enterprise
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 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 9, 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: UF00087294:00265
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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WYNN NA lED' Baseball-Minded In Benefit Game Mules Scheduled Rarin'By To Lion Go ,!'FRUIT OF AREA IS UNHURT j

PRESIDENT OF A group of broad-hipped-mute 1 William- Allen will be master ol: BY LOW' TEMPERATURES AS '

ceremonies. II j
and a score of sports-minded members i'I
The; band of the Homestead High
of the Redland District Lions
I|School will furnish music for the !
CITY COUNCILOath Club are getting warmed up for Tuesday night's game and the TIME FOR THAWING NEARS

donkey baseball games to be played I Redland Farm Life School band
Tuesday and Wednesday nights, will play on the second night l
13 14 the local A parade of players and mule, 1---------- ------ ,
Feb. and at ball
of Office Given I park. led by the Homestead band, will..1 1.1 ) ()$ !IDevastation in Up-State

Mayor Harris Other be held on the afternoon of the To Equinment
Buy Sections to Hike
The Lions Club Is staging the
first to vertise the events
Officials games, proceeds of which will be Lester Lawrence is in charge of For New HospitalA 'I Local Prices

added to its welfare fund. ticket sales.DR. .
ALL DEPARTMENT fish fry dinner for the benefit -
The games will be the first of LOAN APPLICATIONSMADE

HEADS KEEP POSTS their kind staged here. The players W. J. CARTER of the new municipal hospital BY 35 GROWERS

with the exception of the Is brine planned for March 3

Campbell Again Namedas pitcher and catcher, will be astride j In the city park I It was announced
Homestead PvFC Office
the mules.The .
Local TaxAssessor POSTMASTER by Dr. J. A. Smith. I'
players have been Now Serving Four
divided I '
March I was selected for the
Into two teams, the ., cap | Counties
I tained by Larry Pope, and the I MEN BY DEATH date of (lie dinner to that out-

City Councilman J. G. Wynn, Rough Necks, captained by. Rob- j of-town persona attending the I I The Redljnd District citrus in-

who received the highest number ert Glenn, Jr. The Kev Harley ;, Redland District Fruit Festival .
du try which has yielded practically -
of votes In the recent municipal R. Core will serve sal"water boy. | FunerAI services for the Rev might be accomodaUd with
nothing within the five
election,. was.. chosen..president. of William J, Carter 71, former pastoor food. Dr. Smith said 21 local years is coming into Its past own and
me council at a meeting at whichMayor of the White Stone Methodist persons will" be selected to arrange
Tom Harris and the coun KEY WEST HOST Episcopal Church, North, In Homestead the dinner, ,[growers as a wool are optimisticof
a near with bumper
climes received the oath of office and former postmaster of Proceeds of the dinner will be cropsbringing

Monday night Mr. Wynn succeeds ITO GROWERS Homestead, who died In Lake used to buy equipment for the 1 top prices
IN The general opinion la that
Henry Brooker, Jr Worth, were held at 2:30: o'clock hospital. |
oranges and grapefruit here have
The only other changes that afternoon at the Tur- -
Wednesday --- -------
not been froeen and If have
marked the routine between thepreceeding GAME TONIGHTThe ner Funeral Home, with the Rev. / they
HER I felt a touch of cold if sufficient
and present administration Robert H. "Spe l', ptotor of the to affect their
was the selection of Mr. Church of the Nazarene, officiat

Brooker. street and fire committeeman Growers of Homestead ing. Burial was in Miami Memorial HELD OBSERVANTOF I fruit .will The be exact dett'rmlnedIhen status of the a
and Benjamin W. Morrisas Park.
High School and the Conchs of compile thaw-out la completed
parks committeeman. Mr Carter died Monday at the I
Key West High School will clash
Charles H. Steffanl
county agricultural -
Other committeemen and the tonight In the gym of the southernmost home of a son, Fred W. Carter, STATE LAWSHotels agent, is officials
departments over which they con- city. Several weeks the with whom he had been living for among
ago who believe
I that citrus fruit
tinue as heads follow: Thomas E. Conchs came to Homestead and the past two yea n. weathered
Kirby, finance; Frank B. Rue, Mr. Carter came to HomesteadIn the SB-degree temperature -
gave the Growers a 28 to 20 drubbing ; apartments and rooming -
for short -rlod
light and water; W. R. Bird, sanitation November, 1917, to conduct revival I houses In Homestead In the I expierence Jan. a '

and library; E. C. Chronlster, Ted Bleier, Growers coach, said services at the White Stone main are observant of the sanitation on bevel Sunday fruit, 28. ue>
the Is unaffected and
building, and Mr. Wynn, police. he will take a full squad to Key I church, and remained as Its pastor and fire hazard laws, It was will
Mayor Harris received the oath West. The boys will leave Homestead He served two years. In 19-0, reported by J. W Woody, deputy bring good prices to the

of office from W. R. Bird, a notary in automobiles at 11 o'clock although a Republican, he was hotel commissioner, at a mating growers The prospective boom tinier for

public. The council members were this morning appointed by President Wilson to of the city council Monday night the
citrus will be made
sworn In by Mayor Harris. be postmaster of Homestead, and Mr. growers
Tuesday night the Growers will Woody, assisted by Dexter
possible In the main, by the citrus
Claude Campbell, who opposed he served eight years In that office Home ,
play Miami High School In thelatter' city employee recently
losses in other parts of the state,
Harris in the
Mayor mayoraltyrace .
week'i 01
gym and Friday night completed a survey whence
was reappointed tax assessor. A native of Kansas, Mr. Carter large quantities were to
Homestead that
Lake Worth will come here for a I buildings in come have been shipped northward
Written applications for the posl- of the school of Just
t (game. was principal under his jurisdiction, The survey
Continued Three
(Continued on Page Two) What was described as one of thebest I (Continued on Page Two) I concerned the two local hotels" ( on Page )

games played here this sea apartment buildings and homes

PAT Y PROMISESTO son took place when the Growers I VARIED EXHIBITS where rooms are rented. : 2,600 DESTITUTE

defeated Miami Beach High school I Only one person In Homestead

28 to 25 Friday night in the local objected to his Inspection of a '

FIGHT UNFAIR gym, The visitors are rated as one I'SEEN AT ORANGE building, but after "pressure was: FARM WORKERS

of the strongest teams In the I brought to bear" the building was

Greater Miami area and to beat viewed and pronounced O. K., so'
FOREIGN them Homestead played superlative ';BLOSSOM I FETEThe far as the state laws were con-

basketball. I cerned, Mr. Woody said.

Miami Beach was ahead The negro section of the cityas
F. Paty, of West Palm Beach I Blossom Festival of Approximately 2,800 persons
most of the game At the Orange a r' ''e is Insanitary and manyof
the lower east coast's standard the third quarter the score durin'l the- Remand Womans Club Is In UK ulldings there are a fire I connected with the agricultural Industry -
bearer in the race for governor, and made destitute by the
25 hazarc. Mr. He
to 24 In favor of the full swing at the club's headquarters Woody reported.
audience In Homestead recent freeze, have made
told -
an application
urged the city council to correct
From then on out Miami Beach Redland Road and Coconut
Wednesday night that the votersof : for financial assistance at the
made no more points and Homestead Palm drive, and scores of exhibits, these t litlons
this section of the state should local offices of the farm security
Mr. ody said he found there
pulled out from behind to Including fruit vegetables and
i unite In the election of their first had been effort administration, It was announced
flowers, as well ss food and deli- no particular
win.The .
executive In Florida's history yesterday.The
game between St. Patrick's cacies and handicraft are delightIng among tl many house owners to
High School and Homestead High v in tors. The festival started better TH ions In the negro sec offices are located In the
"Since Florida admitted to lacking house of Ceo. at
was tlol1: i if these conditionswere Cooper
School Monday night was an affair Wednesday and will continue "
statehood" he..said "the Princeton, in the school at
congressional negro
cored the of the
i : .that kept spectators on the through Monday.The progress
district inwhich livehas Perrine and at the Florida
we city at large would M benefited. City
edges of their; seats throughout.
never had a governor or a The game ended 23 to 22 In citrus fruit exhibit was .. I IP .. State Farmers' Market Offices at
member of the governor's cabinet. favor furnished through the efforts ofWilliam Princeton and Perrlne were open-
of Homestead.The Ordinance To Ban
I say that It Is our time and I am Brodie. Mrs. B. A. Walden ed :"Saturday following a meeting

glad to report to you, after tourIng by.Jame.winning Sullivan points, Growers were made forward -I has a. large number of avocadosin Sound Trucks SoughtSound Friday night when Dibrell Simmons -

north and west Florida, that the same display as well as a senior aid of the FSA of
who sank a crip shot when
the people of that area believe the the number of well flavored oranges trucks and trucks containing the department of agriculture pufected -
end of the game was only, JO Helnlein of Coconut
same way." seconds Mrs. Mary loud speaking equipment an organization for the receiving -
If the state's chief executivehad away. Palm drive has a display of sev- would be barred from the streetsof of applications for grar.ts.

taken immand of the fight eral hundred potted plants, which Homestead under an ordinance The other office was opened

against a reciprocal trade agreement THE WEATHER she saved from the recent freeze, sought by eight local businessmen. Tuesday.

which floods American markets OI.kW westb.e e--.110 s.rs.wteal and many Interesting vines and The grants will range from sato
g.s es.e.s ........ .......... si.ersa.
with Cuban fruits and vegetables small trees. A novel drink, tamarind The ordinance was sought In a $30 and deserving persons will .,

Mr. Paty said, more progress 9m.. 'II Mia. Bat. Sal. punch. Is being served by petition, signers of which were receive federal checks in. eight to
would have been made In the Mr*. Joseph Lowe. She also has a headed by Paul Loaner, managerof ten days after applications are

efforts of Dade county's growers Feb. :2 ("75 ,' 44 :30,15| display of air plants and rare Max's Department Store, which made. Applicants will receive a :f f

to throw oft the shackles of unfair1' 'eb. 3 I 70 i 143 :30.171 blooms. was presented at a meeting of the duplicate of their original checka

foreign competition. I Feb.4 j| 71 | 43 I | Chicken dinners are being servedby city council Monday night. month later.A .
1 : I
!, 'I pledge you too," he said, >b.: 5 I 75 I 140 |130.131] Mrs. Fred Kufeldt The councilmen took no actionon corps) of workers selected: from e

j "that U I become your governor 'eb. 8 |1'19 I 131 129991 The club members have been the petition, other than to turnit volunteers for the work are engaged

I and a freeze strikes any part of Feb. 7 | 72 1 119 <30.011 1.13 complimented on their ability to over to City Attorney Ira C I in receiving applies ions at

" I (Continued on Page Two) I II Feb. 8 \'I I 43, |3014)) 0.051; (Continued on Page Two) j Haycock for an opinion. the three offices

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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPISE _*XPRv 'I.. ',:-rh""I" ,. Friday, February 9, 1940 !

t. parasites, who feed upon the bodies: POWER Last Rites Conduct I II I CARTER --4. i

1 PATY of the old people, our blind ana VACUUM: I For James Hayden I
I f 1
1# our dependent children .. I :
(Continued From.Page One
) ;
. (Continued From Page One) Through the establishment of SHIFT FEATURES i The body of James Hayden 45, Garden City, Kan. front '1890 to ,
subsistence homesteads u .1 n glands (farmer, who died Saturday in t 1895. Later, he entered the United
this state. I will not sit Idly by
taken by the state for tax I
.Miamifcowital, was tent to Chlp- State Indian ServIce and was,
Tallahassee I will
delinquencies Mr. Paty laid, FlorIda '
t. the affected area, survey the can be given I real relief ley Wednesday for burial under superintendent of Indian schools ,
of the Turner Dakota
South and
arrangements in
Oregon. He '
; damage and take the next train
measure ,for the unemployed. {Funeral Home Mr. Hayden, a na- entered the m'llstrjr 1 1900 in
to Washington to bring back adequate Detroit Feb.. 8.-The motor ear the
This land could be divided Into .Uve of Cjtupky lived cut of Homestead Southwest Kanue Conference* 'I
relief for the sufferinggrower
." ,tracts tt SO and' 100 acres," he approaches the ideal,4n the ,eaadraUo : on.the Howry Street canal. was transferred to California in:

i said "Fund for Improvements In which engineering advances !He came,to tola section eight years i IMS Later he was transferredto i
Florida can never attain Its full would be provfded. by federal pee'd 1 St. John's River
da away with the for ago., the Conference,
measure-of prosperity Mr. Patyl 1 agencies Th ,flprthy heads of conscious effort on the operators I Mr. Hayden, who tipped the Florida, ai an evangelist.Dr. .
slid, unless und until the practices I families could ))4i..settled on these scales at more than 300 pounds, Carter was the author of
of nepotism and the dem.ndln'l] subsistence: homeifeads, returningto part and the morenearly I car approximates was a familiar figure in Home I many poems, a collection of which {

of undated resignations the good eaHrr' with an opportunity that state in which It stead. He was best known to 'he published In book form about
Ished and the dictatorial powersof to wln"j'" take In life." the driver's wishes local boat
obeys withouthis I owners as he operateda I'ten years ago.
the governor are curbed. I Mr. Paty 4 d'yqcated the e.4 voluntary action, the more small marine railway and dry Besides Fred W. Carter, he

"We have a dictatorship In Uahment of a state advertising and nearly it approaches perfection itself dock at the west end of the Mowry Is survived by three other
sheep's clothing In this state he i I publicity bureau and added that |canal. :son, Allen Carter of Homestead;
said "Nepotism or government, its first duty should be publicizing said J. M. Crawford, chief;I He is survived by his widow Ernest Carter of Valdosta, Ga.,
by relatives, Is responsible In large!: a centennial exposition for engineer of the Chevrolet motor Mrs. Ada Hayden. and Robert J. Carter of 'New

measure for the waste and !n- Florida In 1945, the hundreth anniversary division \ ,York; his widow, Mrs. Esther Car-

efficiency In our state government -j I of the state's birth. Un',ufst'onably' one of the outstanding ter, and two brothers, Ira J. Car.
today It Is a despotic thing i I FESTIVALI ter mayor of Garden City Kan
Good roads are essential to ..ny.tate' advances of recent years,
for any governor to demand of an | and Walter O. Carter of Garden
progress Mr Paty declared toward the Ideal mentioned, is
appointive official an undated I ( From Page One)
and one of the first roads to receive Chevrolet's vacuum power shift, City.
. I migration and I favor the direct\' his attention as governor will optional last pear at added cost, .obtain such a fine array of plants ----- -

election of public officials rather I j be U. S. Highway No. I. and now standard equipment on all after the period of cold. The patio CITY COUNCIL
than to force these men to depend ,I
of the .club house Is decorated
"This Is the highway that bringsto models he said The advantages I
for their appointment upon the
Florida its flood of tourist provides would be recognized with sapodilla branches and pal-
> whim! of the governor and" a ma- gold," h. declared. "It has been lit more universally than they are,1 metto !uvea. The festival started (Contlnuect"k mP.e One) 1
of the state senate.
Jonty permitted to fall Into deplorable but for the fact that the average with 30 rare fruits on display and I lion from Mr. Campbell and W. '
On the question of old age pensions condition. I think It should be drives each day this number has been Increased .
man or woman only one B Caves were read to the coun.
Mr. Paty stated his position I
made one of the finest in the nation car. If that car I Is not Chevrolet, JeUies and marmalades cil by R.'E. ,Edwards,, city clerk
I clearly: and definitely."I
dol- and I believe, further, thata he has no means of knowing that are being shown and offered for Motion to appoint Campbell was ,;
favor the state matching,
I road should be built through its shifting mechanism, outwardly sale both! In the patio and on the made by Mr. Kirby seconded by '1'1
lar for dollar feder.I'und. for thl.lIurpo.e.
," he said. "If this policy our citrus producing area in Flor- more or less like Chevrolet's, is Jav.n. :Mo-, admission to the festivalIs Mr. Morris. Mf Campbell was .4
ida's Ridge section." not the same at all, be said. being charged named without a dissenting' voter ,*A
in effect today our old
were people ,
would be receiving about $40 Mr. Paty began campaigning on 'The Chevrolet v.cuum'power -Officials teappointed by vote of4

I' per month. The state's money Jan. 18 and has visited every shift enables the driver tu change tip guidance of the control arm I I the council follow: Mr. Edwards, f
In north and northwestto with fraction of the the the clerk, Ira C'
could be obtained from a proven county gears a effort accomplishes! shift at cost olty Haycock, city

tax source and I am sure we Florida its flood of tourist and a fraction of the lever I of negligible effort or motion on I I attorney; Gordon Ivey, superintendent -
Florida. He movement other ," of the and water
would be able to get a half million reported Wednesday required on cars the operator's part. light
'. of the three million needed 'night that the response to his can- Mr. Crawford pointed: out. "It "The power employed to do 'plant; Ovid. Sullivan, chief of
"has been most does this the I Is derived from the and A. C chief of
by the exercise of a little didacy everywhere by harnessing vacuum j I this work: same police, Deputy
omy in the operation of the eco:1-1 gratifying." power created by the running of (source as that which runs wind- the fire department. Mrs. Lena
welfare board. "The people are flocking to my the engine, multiplying this power i(shield wipers, defrosting fans, andi Knowles was renamed deputy city

Quoting statistics from the latest banner In all sections he said. "I by means of a simple Astern o i other devices of that sort. It Isavailable clerk and J. I. Coker, R. E, Anderson
I confident I will receive and to whenever is and Herman Thomas
report of the state comptroller.Mr am a levers transmitting it the the engine were
Paty said It Is costing one I heavy vote in populous Hillsbor- shifting mechanism proper Finger I running" renamed patrolmen.
ough county well as In Escam-
4 dollar out of every seven to disburse ,
bla Duval and virtually
I the $6,000,000 Florida spends I
west of the Suwannee
; annually for the relief of the aged county"
tin. blind and the dependent children river
I Leaving Miami Thursday morning -
Mr. traveled the
Paty over
; Administrative payrolls exceed
,Tamlaml Trail Into Ft. Myers
1600.000he,1;said "Expense accounts -
where he Thursday night
for who
the inspectors, run ,
From there he will move the
around trying to find out why our
coast, finishing the week
old people were born Into the
"IJd! than with i rally at Lakeland. M
>i aggregate: more
000. I denounce It with ) I I
power at my command 51'-1 alADTHNT I 'h $ + r

believe a great part of tills A

gets Into the pockets of _



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priced right.

1937 FORD 85 SEDAN-reconditioned from .r <

top to bottom ; new piston rings; new rod

bearings; new clutch ; new spindle bolts; new


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1936 Plymouth Tudor-Owned and operated in e..e reset your eyes 1M Just touch Ot|| See your Chef

the district. As clean as a whistle and worth on the smooth-Bow Cherrolet'a Exclusive [/V rolet dealer and learnIng

every nickel of the price; runs and looks likea lines and contours of feel the Vacuum-Power hidden Shift and how very Utttt It will cost
power cylinder '
for 4*
to own a new Chevrolet
new car. this kttt-itllint Chevrolet for supply M% of the shifting
with present ear In trad.
'41, with New "Royal Clipper"Styling. effort automatically, as no
1936 Chevrolet Tudor Trunk Deluxe model I Yes, buy It, and you'll own
. Note that It's the other steering column gearshift
,, with knee action; now being reconditioned ; longest of all lowest-priced can do. Step on the the "Hat for value," because.

will be ready for sale by Saturday. throttle and see how Chevrolet "Chevrolet's FIRST Again
cars, measuring 181 Inches
Ford Model A Tudor-You wiH'ha\e to seer out-eCct'w t"andout-c//m", 85-H.P. VA1VMN-HUD SIXChevrolet
.! 1930 from front of grille to rear of all other low-priced care. .

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Several 1931 and 1935 cars are on out: lot and the Yes, try It and then you'll ...). options,
and leader
price is right for a quick sale. beauty luxury know that Chevrolet's the "",'.s...s .d

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We hate a 1933 Ford /rTon Pickup with a re- rings! all economy Carol eoeta A o morvt Mows Yates&t"tol

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Tires are in good shape, two of them prac-

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_... Friday?.Febmary 9:1940: wt4; 4! s r uaM"s ew1rW J. 'TIE LEADER-ENTERPisB -- Pan Three 11

tROPS'- can recoup _'Of theirtinanda Broadcast' To "_FestureAllFlorida is a menace to the peace and prosperity will speak at -meeting of Blue ,
losses with late crops, Mr SteffinJ : ProgramAn > of the nation, in a talk before rowers of this section at the

said.Thirt'fi. :,:, the Redland District Lions Goose packing house In Ckuldi, A
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grower haw applied Club Tuesday night I at I o'clock Monday night iy
t Continued From Page One) all-F"/ idta :program /frill be
for loans for rehabilitation
presented} tot lire "ContentedHour" "If the practice of birth, control Mr Mercker will discuss! the
tlefors! the unusually low
temperature -
purpose at the Homestead officeof
'of the Carnation Milk Company continues widespread there will be srovement of south Fkvfda potato
ilruct the disaster loan corporation in a coast-to-coast broadcast three times as ,many old persons khlpments County /. ent C H.Stcffant !
Returning. from tour of other located In the Legion Hall. The ', \
over 92-station network at as children In the country in 1980, will preside at the meetIng -
growing areas of the state I local "verage application was for f I,000, a Judge Heffernan said "Eventu- i
group, .composed of Dr, Ceo D 0. P. Luce, agent In charge announced 10' p. m.. Feb: 12. Music of the ally, if this condition
Ru hl.,. plant pathologist at the South and descriptions of Fiorlda'iscenlo ,'
nation will oontinues'l
our Ve
Subtropical Experiment Station, The corporation will lend from beauty, historic background manpower \ti We'll an For results use Leader-

J. R. Brook, C, J. Parman, andE. $150. to. $2,500, and the loans are be and features progressive of the achievement Florida will we will hale"1fb defense against Enterprise Classified Ads
A. Carter, packers, reported to be secured by first mortgages, program encroaching na'tioVm1'i
that it' was Impossible that citrusof Mr. i-uce c,id. stations carrying the program o I I
will be WIOD, WLAK, WJAX and The falling oln'o. {he birth rate
other sections could have He made the following state-
WFLA. P. J. Franklin, local is one of the greatest"' blows to ,
escaped At the Lake Alfred Experiment ment concerning procedure of his CafeS
grocer who distributes Carnation business, the speaker said. The ; Tropical
Station they were told office:
milk, of Homestead hWrance business, In particular,
urges persons
by officials that fruit freezes within Leant made by the corporation
and vicinity to tune In on the ((/suffering and will lose groundIn
three hours at a temperature of are required to be so secured as I doors north of city ball
program. proportion to the declining rate,
28 degrees In that section the to reasonably assure repayment. he said. I HOMESTEAD, FLORID
temperature during the cold snap The Interest rate Is 3% per annum, ___ I
ranged from 18 to 25 degrees for and the loans may extend over Birth Control Seen i j

a period of eight hours periods up to five years, with As Menace To Nation Mercker Plans Talk
Regular dinner 50c
In all sections, the group reported periodical curtailments "" I I To Potato Growers
extensive and "The' amounts of the loans are I
expensive Stating that the number of I II Plate lunch 33c
efforts were made to save groves limited to the damages sustained births In the United States Is decreasing ; : t
A. E. Mercker connected with ..
Mr Carter said he talked with a as a result of the recent freeze at the rate of 100,000 per I ,
grower:near Sarasota, who related "To date, applications from year, Judge David J. Hoffernan of I J I the potato section of the Agricultural Miss Florence, Jennrss Trop
that he spent $55,000 in setting vegetable growers have been given Miami declared that birth control Adjustment Administration, ,
fires to prevent 1,200 acres of preferred attention, due to the 1
fruit tram freezing! At the LakeAlfred emergency Involved. However, the
station workmen burned office will within a few days, be

60 cords xf.wood at a cost of $4 ready to a applications\ from
per cord, to save three acres of grower of avocados,.Persian; and. aw 1j
. limes.vblch had been set out for key limes and mangos. j
experimental\ purposes. "The Homestead office Is serving -
Dode, Broward, Collier and
IB. the grapefruit sections many ,
Monroe counties."Any A
growers are selling their cold.
, '
further information desired
stricken fruit to canning factories, -,
receiving 45e, per field box for the ,may 'be obtained by tele- F
phoning or calling .nt :blisPifice,
fruit Mr, Carter; said they saw '
which is open from 8:30: a. m. to
roads lined with trucks piled high
,! with grapefruit 5:30 Inclusive: p m. Monday to Saturday! .

Juice of the frozen fruit can be

used for canning purposes so long
J Local Concert Planned
as sourness, which follows freezIng
i has not set In, he said By Dixie Boys Choir

y Sections around Lakeland, Win
o ter Haven, Lake Wales and Frost- The Dixie Boys Choir from
. proof also were visited by the Birmingham Ala, will be pre
; Homestead group. Everywhere_ sentcd at the Neva King Coop r
Conditions are very bad," Mr Car- School auditorium! under auspice
. ter said. "But just how bad the of St Johns Episcopal Church at I
situation Is at the present time 8 p. m. Feb. 22 The choir is composed I
no one knows. of 18 boys, from 10 to 12 s
p In most of the local vegetable years old. Their director Is Em-
farms devastated by the cold, replanting merlck Eber, formerly leading
ts moving: along rapidly l soloist with the world famous
i with growers confident that they Vienna Boys Choir.wXPROMFDr.

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GASOLINEr'XrRA tire, mdJti.aahe

I of these days the itch is going Of course, were doing all we can to be

ONE hit you to get out and get in on ready for ever)one.

The newly improved CROWN GASOLINE has the the fun a Buick can be in the spring But you can get only so many cars in

bigbil or taut.rating in this popular motor-fuels long time. warehouse.
history For general satisfaction in operation and a

upkeep-use CROWN GASOLINE. You're going to feel an irrepressible And a full warehouse can empty awfully

I yen to touch off that husky, sweet-sing fast

, ing plant and swing
Dynaflash power
And what with everybody wanting
out in gentle coil-spring comfort to take
: PERFORMAN i Buicki this season, we can't say how
in the fresh spring landscape.
long we can promise the delivery we

Maybe, like others we know of, you ve can give now.

the model picked out, and are
"CROWNEXTRA even got
So why not play the early bird this
just "waiting a few weeks" to do some
year? Roy not get the jump on your
thing definite about it
neighbor and be Jrivinf your Buick

But may we emphasize in purely while tie's still talking about getting

friendly interest, that a jotof other 'lhilp

people probably have the same idea

iYou've nothing to
And that when they start buying in
Made (or those who want the best-from a fine / lose, a lot of fun toI i
quality base-stock gasoline that is a distinct special drcves-as they do every year about,0| gainand| you'll find Nesa of

product, unlike many other gasolines EXTRA in the ides of March-even Buick's big the address of your BICgT:;

every way, and well worth its small premium price. factory has trouble keeping up with Buick dealer in the

them phone book.
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.. fernurr and Trt + Feb. 12..1921. J JI

(4 IUMCR1PTION" RATES b y I -"The McCrary Company ',,

III DW., CMMT ..- ..... {dredge Is now over the line In, '.
r O.UM. W D_ CMKtr I Monroe county some two and a.
half miles and expects to reach a'

Smaller Nations 61111 I place known as Hansen's corner, ,t
by the end of the month. ThereIs
y More for a fair road from this point on to,

In 193*, 47 per cent of the !Cape travel Sable in dry over seasons.which" cars can." .
r of Europe lived In small
: states not considered m j -"E H. Hogard and wife and"
33 1-3 child, accompanied by Mrs. Dr.
r power Today only I
cent, or one third of the I Hoare Coleman arrived Friday to spend
; live in the smaller nation i I I C I .Aron lasso r (some time with W. H. Hogurd." -

rest have been absorbed by I -'Miss Florence Moon arrived
I POUCH, mostly by Germany ''Tuesday from Washington D. C. to
S o v ie tcommonly Ruuia. The 1 I + (visit with her parents Mr. and
preached In Europe Mrs G. W. Moon. Miss Moon is on
(vacation from "
governmental work.
the i xlenalon of power by
nations is really the only t -"Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCurdy

.. ci\ libation to ogress, >and son of Chester, Pa.. arrived .
/ I Saturday to spend a couple of
: Buik in 1929 considered a
r ful ,nd prosperous year in {months with Mrs C D. Burr Mr.'McCurdy' .
small mother ."
countries notions
a much higher percentage "M. D. Yeller and wife, ac'- '
national budgets for I companled by Mr. and Mrs De- ,
and social purpose than the Haven, will leave next week for a,
f "enlightened' large powers. motor trip to Jacksonville and intermediate '

f land spent 24 per cent on points. They will be
[ < Van and public health and a i gone several weeks.
-"The freight embargo on .
cent fur defense purpose perishables
,.' pent 31 per cent for FLORIDA = U which was put on because .
and social welfare, and r' WATE2 .eaN +wR. ,, ru.b titNw |I of the washout up the coast
per cent for defense. In loos was raised Friday noon. However,

it was 22 per cent for no refrigerator can were received
and social purposes, and only ONE.Ot=' TilE I until Tuesday The growers' asso

it, as much for military LEADING EDUCATIONAL elation will ship about twenty cars
y The Netherlands F FNSTTUTONS IN THE 'of tomatoes, provided of course,
'the cars be obtained.
cent for
per education
and canals drainage and C.OVNT2Y I cars of cabbage: also will be for,
t.' works of a social and I warded to market ." >
nature and 11 cent for -"An interesting meeting of the
defense "' per of one of Tallahassee' Judging by its anatomy, the LIMPKIN ;American Legion was held on Wed-'

I hills, is located the FLOR seems to be a cross between a crane and nesday in the Town Hall, about

Contrasted, the above t nations IIhe COLLEGE FOR WOMEN rail and is one of the most peculiar birds I 150 members and their friends being *
powers deal established In 1905. The to be found in Florida. Though seldom present A wrestling. match
more "
tionally for things democratic money ; Its evergreen-shaded walks seen, its weird call is often heard along between Jim and Douglas Fitzpatrick -

ple feel are the most vital pro:1 walls forms a setting the brackish marches when disturbed. ended In the latter being the
?I important functions of and charm. Today the It delights in feeding on the large fresh winner. Luther Wofford and Fritz
ment. During the same with its modem equip. water snails found in the central and Rutzke fought to a draw while

Great Britain spent It per imposing buildings enjoys northern section of the state. An interesting Fred Fred Popp of Florida City threw

education and welfare and 11 recognition because. .of its account of this curious bird is Cidlof twice. Four shines put
on a sparring exhibition.
France cent for appropriated its military forces 20 per, standards. given in "Birds of Florida," by Bailey. bouts the boy scouts had battles

I roytl, much
of Its budget for defense I to the.amusement of
the old girl would see some won- '' ''' all ."
tional and only and 97 social per cent purposes.for derful incongruities In her (mal) 'i; ; I -"T. E. Cowart has been appointed
Children in CourtBy
The,* figures led D 0 r G I administration. In a certain Florida I as manager of the Florida

Thompson, columnist, to \ county a poor devil got two Judge Malcolm: IlalfieldSHIFTING I Citrus Exchange packing house,
that the disappearance of years In a hold-up that netted him which opened again on Monday "

countries Is not social WELSH, Miami 90 l't'lltslhUe out In Texas a ........,."""-."................,,,,,,.........,......e -"Mrs. T. A. Holcombe and
', as Is more commonly I I couple of scamps got the same for FOR THEMSELVESTwo daughter Mary Louise are here ona
y The quest for size I "4. swindling a widow out of $287,000 fifteen year old girls were visit to Mrs. Holcombo's mother.
In almost In h : Mr Welsh wel on the old "gold brick" scheme picked while trying to hitch Mrs. Lydia Caplinger. They are
Y : errYaPI I and wouldn't have received that up from Greenville Miss.
life today positive I on his "Com hike across the state line. They
I sentence If they had not evadedan -"Rev. B. D and
ment to progress In the I they be In had left their home the day be family
Miss variance with Income tax return. moved Into the recently completed
: Thompson. I fore and were headed for Florida
I communl- I II |I where one girl's aunt lived. I South M. E." church parsonage on
Hatch Scores Welsh 343 I I i: The IT. S. Weather Bureau has They said that their homes wen Monday. .
I I Miami Fla. I II [ Issued the statement that the overcrowded and their families -"Harry Cooper has purchased
By PulchritudeSenator I \\'Orld'swea ther Is entirely "out were wretchedly poor The par la new henryford from tho Homestead -
,of accidental of kelter" and ours was not halfas ents Insisted however, that the Garage, and It has one of
Carl A. Hutch of while 330.000 bad as we might have expected girls were old enough to shift for I these here self commencin things
Mexico author of the bill !I disabled, which as European weather usually reflected themselves and were await of on it, by gee!"
his mint that made a the national in ours has not been so their departure. Tries girls, who "The call for a mans meeting
offense the solicitation of get a big I I to be held
severe In half a century. Well, had less than three dollars, packed Monday evening drew
paign funds from federal I I i you Just keep the other half; we their meager belongings! and 79 of our townspeople out. It had
by other federal workers don't need It nor want it. : moved out.The been Intended to spend the time
ed another blast recently, but he does not ., a in considering municipal improvements -
: I disagreeable I
time aimed at what he In mid-Jan-1 1 I Edwin R. Embree has written a { which might have befallen experience and matters concerning the
f "promotion by pulchritude" i Grocers' Alliance book on the Indiana of the two'' girl. If they had not been Inter- coming election but Rev J. M.
r ticed In many civil service dispose, of the American continents and places !i Icepted, remains open for conjee :Cormack on his own initiative
flees I crop. Then their number at ten million at the 'ture. There I(without consulting the chairman
l The Senator explained stepped in and height of their civilization, placing' are thousands of A. C. Graw) Invited Prof. C. M.
young girls in the
was po'ilble for favoritism wonderfully and the number of these north of MexIco '| who unwanted same circumstances ,Fisher. Or. J. B. Tower and S. E.
the civil service to be more :i at but one million, the remainder 'land at homewho Livingston to attend the meeting
: are thrust Into
i I an Indifferent
than when practiced by scattering from Mexico I which made longer program than
to shift for
clans. because "an elective have brought to Patagonia. His history of their With themselves. could be /handled at our disposal
is at least accountable to the \ rumen' for a origin Is that they came from I]| no education or assets of anyi ," (Florida City.)
ple who elect him to office DaV1 it is the Mongolia via the Bering .sea.. 1 all kind forms they of fall an easy prey to -"The citizens' caucus met on
the personal machine maybe Germany a of temptations. The Saturday night In the town hall and
often accountable to no one. hen, drunken Lord Beaverbrook! owns the Lon- recruited Inmates from women's prisons! arj named the following ticket: For
Senator Hatch explained seek further con don Express and his, English: correspondent ranks mayor E. J. Rhodes; for marshal
bills have been Introduced event we would writing from New I NERVOUS CHILDREN L. F. Chapman; for clerk and
.. session seeking to extend his to beat them York says he Is convinced that "He is queer and nervous, Your I II treasurer W F. A. Robertson; for
protecting federal employees : defeated then a we USIans ire of the opin'on! that I Honor," a mother concluded as council, J. M. Leach B. F. Collier.J. .
solicitation for campaign our shores. our country must go Into this war I she sought to get her son released S. Caves, W. M. Jackson W. J.
state employees In agencies a tale. +'Is I the history of 1917 repeating I from a delinquency: charge."I I White and A. C. Craw ." (Flor-
1 the federal government : itself? Westbrook Poster urges I should think: he would be" ida City.)
utes funds. At present slat .fine"thing that that If we do go in It will not the judge replied, "when you constantly
s, "-, ,' en have. In some cases, been I is always again be through any patriotic : remind him of the fact lieve that they are really nervous
t to contribute by th. threat of otherwise purpose-no divine mission to preserve But, the bois no more nervous and delicate.
loss of their Jobs He pointed : anything, but with the selfish |;I than you are." The average case of nerves will
1 that elate legislatures can the fate of aim of getting out of It all we can. It has long been a recognized von be cured if parents will reason
the law to all of their light of pres Well, the Lord help us from getting ''!fact that nervous parents usually with a child and remove the

any time they wish to enact conditions, tan may more Insular possessions. beget nervous children. A mother "(use for his f...... Other eases,
necessary laws. "the success or It is obvious, of course, whereour '!who constantly worries) herself and have been cured after parents
Senator James M. Mead of manage sympathies lie. but let It rest;i coddles' a child, both physically cave their children) more Independence
York speaking on the sacra personnel. ,at that I Ii land' mentally, makes eI1Idnn.be. of thought and action. .
"I-t I M'i i''is i! <, I

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IN MIAMI Philip Ogdon Is. new pupil room are: Eileen Fay from N,ow

from Pennsylvania in,Miss Jones' Jersey, and Fred and Frank Mack j jI
TEACII DRIVINGMiami room. ert from Idaho. '

The tenth grade class Is beginning Mrs. Wynn's class has decorated -
on a child care unit. It li now Its bulletin board with pi.-

High School will be one studying the Importance of home lures of famous people whose ;
of the 35 schools of the country birthdays' are In February 1
environments on the baby life 1
which will use dual control train- Later It will observe mail chil- Elementary Art New
ing cars which Pontiac, for the I
dren and their habits All the elementary classes Die
fifth consecutive year, Is furnishing The twelfth grade girls art beginning working on their Indian unit for I frt
American Automobile Association
work on the Fruit Festival the Fruit Festival and the operetta ,
.' The cars are to be exhibit. This class l Is responsiblefor which they will present soon.
used for the purpose of teaching preparing this ichool exhibit Mrs. Thurman room is working II

the younger generation correct. The seventh grade girls art beginning on an Indian marionette show
driving: a study to learn to do These pupils will present the story, I
The special tars all are Special pencil sketching "Little, Ugly Face; which they
Six four-door sedans equippedwith Miss Behrens eighth grade boys studied in reading/ !
extra brake and clutch: controls are taking art Instead of the girls Mrs. Birds room is making
.. on the right side of the driving this semester, and Mrs Rutland's paper masks for. the operetta d r
' compartment so that the I Ij instructor girls will take art Instead of the. Fifleld Is doing mural i
may take over In an boys this semester onM life cycle of the robin l
"j emergency Pontiac will assign The' eighth grade will begin The boy! in the sixth grade are
., more cars If they are needed metal-craft this semester which making Indian dance sticks They ABUS
. I
In 1936
Pontiac experimented will Include the making of jewelry are also carving totem poles
1 with the dual control idea In cooperation
ash trays, bowls etc.LIBRARY ,
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with the AAA The nextyear

.r 12 cars were provided; In NEWS HOMESTEAD F. F. A.
, 1938 the number was increased to By Carl AlexanderThe
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,; eighth<< and ninth ::rIde Costs \t
again at 35. English classes have teen aided By Carl Alexander, Ant. Reporter Less Than

.1 greatly by the educational booksin A trip to the Florida Slate Fairat Driving I
Club Told SwindlersUse the library collection In makIng Tampa, Florida, was thoroughly a 0q or ....nIllaml /
Charities As Tools monthly book reports. The enjoyed by five members of If .45. Try a,1 one It-Rd
many books in the library are used the chapter. They were Virgil ken York Jfl.3S .IIS Atlas/a us 115025 Trait 4
i1 I The Fair Practice Bureau of mainly for this purpose. Mn I Bailey, Barney Godwin Norman Ocala 29.U ('/Iall&n',. JUS
Greater Miami is making great Gallaher at one time received the I Ernst Richard Biggers and Carl Us IIIS ClncJnnati 19.0'
strides In Its campaign against training of recaslng of book or Alexander Pelforsb' 4.J. 9.28 11.30 28,1'St.
petty raceteers who, representing books. That Is, to put a new cover On the way to Tampa from fal/aha1t Us 13.25 Chicago 17.95 U.as
themselves as agents of charities, on a book or mend the old one I Homestead the boys stopped at rempa Us Galnftl'11le 5.10 U.
have been mulcting thousands of She Is now training students who Port Everglades and saw the Ger- 'aah/nton/ IUS I.5s Jatltaon\'lIe Us 1
dollars yearly from unsuspecting are interested In this work and Is man steamer that was docked 0%. Pin 8'ch 14.05 Key WC'8 I.es
business men, Dale James manager using I the Gaylord Company theie It had been chased there 1,50 2.70 Lakeland 1.15 ....
of the bureau told the Home- method. The Information and by a British cruiser, 53 ... .
stead Rotary Club at its weekly training the students receive will At Tampa we participated In Hotel Uedland
meeting Wednesday. be helpful in college and later Judging of beef cattle fruit and Fla.ley Station I'
Generally the "human para- life. vegetables on Saturday, which and Alowry St
sites" contact their victims by !T was Future Farmers Day at the l'h..o
a telephone to jet promises of dona- ELEMENTARY NEWS fair On Saturday afternoon we I
tions and make their collections Miss Jackson first grade li saw a wild west rodeo. ,
later, he said. This manner of making an Indian village in Its On the way back Sunday we
illigitimate promotion, is more pre- I sand box. I stopped at Sarasota and visited I '
. valent around Christmas time i Mrs Edwards second grade has the art museum.
when the feeling of kindness toward a new pupil Charles Houdyshell, A'visit by Mr. W A. Ross na- Id :
the unfortunate Is more pronounced from Indiana. nntlonal executive secretary of the j
he said Billions of dol- Milton Smith from Redland is a :F. F. A, was enjoyed by the Home
lars yearly are being taken from new pupil In Mrs Thurman's stead chapter I
gullible persons throughout the ',room ; The members of this chapter
country, he declared. Virginia Hall of Miss Rays will visit Mr. Ernest Graham's
The greater portion of the bureau room li going with her puiont, ranch Saturday, Fcb 10 Mr .
'i activities are being directed I to Oklchomu for three month, Gi .in:.m', ranch IS in Hialeah and t
against the charity racketeers, Mr. Mildred Cason, of the same ,roam, In united lhi- chapter to visit him 9 O s
Jam, ./ id Exten,mn of the work has withdrawn to return to Tamp i for the ,'urlosc| lie ,tud\ in! i', 111nd ,
throughout South Dude county is II The ni'u' |pupil N 11 Mi.I Pi "' .I nictl.ods if T.ising item



9 OUT OF 10 WHY SO /Pr(
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IS DIFFICULT 1 10 make people ..,,
roolize l i thcl renliie li priced just a 0
I." dollars Moro the lawnt AMBICIIS g'8NtST LOW P ICZD CAR
They limply b.nn't been s .uslomtd -
to associating low pries with a r o
cir that has I*.,. '.put.tioa.loo,,", li..,
luxury snj performance 01 u" costing
up to savant hundred dollars higher +

do ange/Sic
Coma in tad Uk. a look .t this MB lah.w.N.l It
Mlional new no Mr's.worth of motor a T
eir. See how much bigger... roomier ,
il U. And do*'I loops without trying; us
now "Trlpl..Cuihioiud.' ride and tb. .
Ilishlngpirformtaos of its powr
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WARN GROWERS I'wens more rapidly and develop join with an experienced staff to one year or $3.50 for three years. HALT!! ***'.
'I more worthwhile characteristics produce In THE AMERICAN BOY Foreign rates 80c a year extra. Teacher: "Spell banana. ;?
(than do boys who do not read it the sort of reading matter boys To subscribe simply lend your
AGAINST TREEPRUNING' :I Trained writers and artists, famous like best name, address and remittance direct Boy: "Benananan.professor cl
coaches and athletes, explorers THE AMERICAN BOY sells on to THE AMERICAN BOY, I know how to spell};
scientists and men successful most news stands at 20c a copy 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit,.Michigan. but don't know when to atop"...
NOWLakeland in business and Industry I Subscription prices are $200 for .-Adv. Ex. 3A

Feb. 8.-(Special)- :, XjtJ ..",_ .1. .. .... ....,. ........ ; I ...
The lea that It done to a cold InJURe I ,
citrus grove at the present ,
time, the better it will be, the Itol! ir N-,

Florida citrus commission advised L y
growers in bulletin Issued
,> ale, IT
today. The bulletin contains an ,
article prepared by the staff of the t.' 'f:
Lake Alfred citrus experiment .

Pointing! out that no fixed rules ;:, .
for care of citrus trees Injuredby '
cold can be given, the bulletin :

emphasize that there ii a tendency ., '..,
on the part of the owner to
do "too much to cold injured i
I groves prior to spring growth "I'i.!
The natural reaction If to want
to do something about it Immed-
iately, whereas In general!, the less > III.
that is done to a grove for the time
being the better off It It likely to c +
f be. This desire to do something
1 Is; already In evidence, many growr -
<- hiving started to prune, cultl-
\ ':i. and fertilize before the effectof .
the cold can be accurately do

tel II In Incd.IS not" desirable, the bulletins 3 % CURRENT DIVIDENDSON

I < ,to. to prune cold damaged
In, i< until after the spring growth
h matured. It Is Impossible to
determine" at this time the extent INSURED SAVINGS
it, which the trees have been Injured -
and any attempt to prune a
Immediately Ii likely to result in
either over-severe pruning with America's Oldest Federal, U. S. Charter Number One

more consequent likely,loss under-pruning of live wood which or, Largest Mutual Savings Institution in the SouthIn

will necessitate reprunlng laterat
additional expense.

.the After line a of spring demarcation growth has between come, I the past five years the First Federal has First Federal represent a diversification of investment

dead and live wood will be established paid $$1,022,674.03 in dividends on savings. In over several thousands of such loans.
v a the bulletin states, and cuts addition to paying: liberal dividends, the AssoIta volume of business enables the Association
can be made into the live wood elation has accumulated large reserves and surto maintain a competent experienced and well-
and proper wound dressing used plus out of earnings and has avoided losses. At paid technical staff to make appraisals, examine
If the pruning Is carefully done, the present time reserves and surplus are grow. titles, attend to the administration of
one pruning will take care of the ing at the approximate rate of $150,000 a year, construction loans and perform the many other
situation. after providing; for the payment of dividends. skilled services required to safeguard its Invest-
With reference to cultivationand Dividends are payable semi-annually at rates ments.
fertilizing, the bulletin recommends currently determined by the Board of Directors.
that these be delayed "un- A few years ago interest rates on home loans
till danger where of frost the lit over locatedor in the Under present conditions 3% per annum Is a in Miami ranged from 7% to 8% per annum.
locality Is
until there are grove Indications that liberal return on insured savings well above Today in order to obtain the best and safest
the trees are about to start new the average rate paid by savings institutions mortgages of this class the First Federal is
growth." The bulletin also suggests throughout the United States. Most of the accepting from 4.8% to 5.4% per annum.
that It I I. Inadvisable to do larger and stronger Federal Savings and Loan Higher rates can be obtained only on weaker
anything Immediately that might Associations pay dividends at that rate, and and more risky mortgages which this Associa.
help to break, the dormancy of the. many of the others are reducing to 3' <' in 1910. tion is unwilling to accept. Experience teaches
injured trees Very few northern savings banks pay more that in the long run higher average dividends
The bulletin also contains Information than 2'! interest on deposits. At present prices can be paid by avoiding looses by accumulating
on nutritional sprays, the highest grade listed" bond, including gov. substantial! surplus! and operating efficiently
Irrigation and pest control. The ernment issues yield less than 3j; per annum. at low cost.
bulletin Is signed by the better All listed bonds no matter how safe they may
fruit committee of the commis be, subject to market
are fluctuation. Insured The First Federal is
strictly mutual
sion. Copies are available at the
savings in the First Federal are free from ings institution chartered
commission office to anyone desiring by the United States
them. They will also be fluctuations of the stock and bond market and Government to safeguard the earnings of thou
distributed to all county agents In from the hazards of uncertain business condisands of people and to pay the most liberal divi-
the) citrus area.AUERIC" tions. dends consistent' with sound practice and

The dividends any I institution I i can safely and maximum safety. It is not a commercial bank
nOT MAGAZINE properly and does not accept temporary accounts or
pay depend on earnings. In the long
COMPANION TO THOUSANDS run, the ability of any savings institution checking accounts. The $5,000of] each savings

Hundreds of thousands of boys serve its members safely! and pay regular! divi investor insured up to the Federal
and young men read THE AMER- dends at fair rates depends on its ability to ob Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of
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.). Friday, February 9, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pairs Seven

r Mrs. J. a Brooks, Mrs. M. Nell- by; her mother, Mrs. Ray Gooding Mr*. Frank Stalling of South
son and Mrs. Herbert Pool ot who went to visit relative In Miami and son Skipper were

Clemson, S. C., visited in Key Basslnger, Fla. business visitors' here Wednesday; ,
In and Around I West on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severy; and CARD OF THANKS
I Mrs. Raymond Lazcano of Silver daughter Joan, of Miami were ,
friends nd
I wish to thank our >
Palm was taken to the PostGraduate 'Sunday visitors in Florida City.
HomesteadWm. I the Homestead Rotary Club for
hospital Wednesday lorI
I ; the beautiful floral offerings that
I medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shermanleft were received for my father at
1..,_,,""___,_....._..__.... Tuesday for Key West aftera his passing t also appreciate the

Parman of Toledo arrived I Tuesday of last week, Dr. and Mrs. FLORIDA CITY month's stay at the Palms hotel. kind consideration shown to :Mrs,

Tuesday to spend the winter Ir I Harry Ostra of Brookline Mass.,I Wilson In my absence.
Homestead with his son and daugh, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith of. By Mrs. W. W. SeveryThe Sam Leonardi left Monday- for RALPH WILSON.
tcr-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. C 3., Milton Mass., and Mrs. Albert -' -W.-W.-F.::-C class Nw.rNof the his home In Chester, N. Y

Farman. Howard Parrnan o( Chi. E. Smith of East Douglas, Mass, Community Church will hold its I ,
cago will spend three week visited Mr and Mrs. Field. Mrs. regular monthly meeting on Thursday Taylor Dixon left on Wednesday
with his brother and slster-in Albert E. Smith remained until Feb. 15, at the home ot Mrs. for Gainesville, Ga. The i

law here. Saturday as their house guest Boyd Cohernour. Mr. and Mrs. C H. Wofford and
while the rest of the party visited family arrived last week for a RIGHTWAY
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pollard had I Havana. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gross and short stay at the Shanklin tourist I
t is guests last week, Dr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Perry left cabins.

W. J. Cameron and Mr. and Mrs Coleman Irwin ot Cape Sable,, Monday; for Brldgeton N. J., after
D. L. Smith and daughter, Graham .'a brother of Frank irwin ol a ten-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. I
all of Sweetwater Tenn. Homestead, is In a serious condition Leon Perry. For Governor

with pneumonia In the PostGraduate TO MAKE ALONG I

Miss Marybelle Gibbs will spent I hospital where he was Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Bentz and
the week-end visiting her brother, taken Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Al Ludwig left on DISTANCE I

and slater-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Monday; for St. Petersburg after a '
Kermit Gibbs, in Key West. and Mrs. H. J. Rhodes ol month's stay at the Palms Hotel CALL

I Hallandale, visited Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson B. C. Murphy last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuppertz of a When placing oul-of-lown

have as a guest this week. Mrs St. Louis, arrived Saturday for a calls, will! always get
Johnson's mother, Mrs. MinnieAustin Dr. and Mrs. Franklin Carroll short stay at their winter home GOOD you service, but you will
of Miami. and Mrs. Carroll's sister, Mini here. service if
Edna Carter, all of Philadelphia, 1 gat
do It this
Mr. and Mrs. Joheph T. Hall Jr., have taken an apartment on Avocado Me. and Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire of I you way e e e

left Saturday for Fort Still, Okla., drive for the next few weeks. Miami were Tuesday guests at the r In the case of a Person-
where Mr. Hall will be a captain home of Mr. and Mis. W. W. to-Person call* first give

In a field artillery training school Vernon Gower, Hay Goodwin, Severy. the Long Distance Operator -
They expect to be gone three Elsworth Sims and Bill Nichols the name of the place

months. who had been operating dusting Little Kenneth Nidi, son of Mr. you are calling;, Includingthe
planes of the Delta Air Corp. here and Mrs. Roy MeII retiuned state, and then the
Mrs.Herbert Pool, who has beenvisiting for several months, left Tuesday home Sunday from the Kendal name of the person you
Col. and Mrs. Alva Lee for Monroe, La. reach and the tele-
hospital, where he was taken 10 wish to
for the past three weeks returned number if know
days ago for treatment.C. phone you
Tuesday to her home In Clemson,, it. know the
Adolph Lopez of Redland underwent .rHANS If you do not

S.C.Mr. an appendectomy in the J. Keller left Tuesday for I I telephone number, give the
Post Graduate hospital on Thurs West Newton Pa., after receiving person's address.
and Mrs. Wm. Lewis of Decatur > WALKERAn
Ala., are announcing the day. notice of the death there of his All-Florid Candidate I Give your own telephone
number when the operator;
birth of an 81,2 pound boy, Wil- father
Mr. and Mrs. Arch
McCready Platform Built On ski for it.
Ham Sidney, on Monday in De- and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
McCready information givenIn
catur. Mrs. Lewis It the former Mrs. C. Hager arrived Saturday "The Golden Rule""Common Your
Miss Marguerite Murphy daughter have as guests Mr. and Mrs. S. H. from Elklns. W. Va., for a this order enables the
Sanford of Standish, Mich., who Horse Sense""Practical to
of B. C., Murphy of Home month's visit with Mr and Mrs. operator immediately
.' will spend several months here.
Business the connec
stead. Tom Cohernour. start making
John Birdsell of Tilsenbury, Ontario Miss Nellie Goodmg left Saturday
Can., is also visiting the Management"Paid tion.When
for Georgetown S. C., aftera placing a Station-
Mrs. S. A. Proctor of Savannah,, .
Ga., is spending the winter with McCreadys.Mrs. I ten-day visit with relatives here. ( Political Adv) to-Station callnuke this
Mr. Miss Gooding was accompanied Clear by first "Sta-
her son and daughter-in-law, A. D. Fogle of Naranja and saying
ind Mrs. L. T. Proctor. Mr and tlon-to-StatIon.'rThen give
daughter, MarJorie, spent several
moved Into the of the place, the
Mrs. Proctor recently name
days last week with Mr. Fogle
.the Witt house on West Mowry at Blrdon farms. Green: : Lantern RestaurantAdjoining : state and the telephone
road. number.If you do not know:

Dukes West left on Sunday to Hotel Redland the telephone number, give
Mr. and Mrs. Art Strong olBeldinf visit his brother and sister-in-law, the operator the name and
Mich., returned home the Rev. and Mrs. Allen West In Mrs. Chen Victor Proprietor address under which the
Tuesday after visiting Mr. and Louisville, Ky telephone is listed.
Mrs. Ralph Wilson for several Give your own telephone

weeks. number when the operator

asks for it,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hearing announce
the birth of a sevenqoundgirl ewhere..n.too..n eonhootted
'OU o.k 10 1M
Vera Elaine, In the County FOR with a particular person >tdbunt a
Mlephon Ttmlns olPerBontoPumoii
hospital Sunday. a Mil does
not beets until the person you
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Aman WEAR want u on the Ulephon
and children left last week for $ e e A otlon-to-Btotloll.call II on0
where merely .a to be
Shady Grove after spending five "l.tU: a Olsten% tel.hone. .-
The charges on a etai00tostation
months in Homestead. rail I betlnwh..
AND the distant telephonThU answers.
service coals considerably I
Visitors at the home of Mrs. less than '...on-Io-'uo",
Chas. Camp In Redland Sunday MTV fee.SOUTHERN.

.. were her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Zalesky, her BEAUTY BELL TELEPHONEAND

sister I Mrs. B. P. Harding, and a
niece, Mrs.: Howard Bredlow, alf

Floors that are built with good materials-that are laid
Margaret Bullard 12-year-old

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. by skilled workmen-give years of service and grow more P otiofa
BuHard underwent an appendicitis
operation In the Post Grad- beautiful with age. They cost little more than the ordinary ()LITJa.nm

uate hospital on Monday.Mr. Sj
kind-and the difference amounts to pnjy a few

and Mrs. Carl Field had as 4 t AN Nw,
guests on Monday the-Rev. Earl cents a month on the FHA Plan. 98 e w

Powell of Miami, the .Rev. C. F.
Wright of Maryville Tenn,' and Now you can repair and remodel with' nvenient
Mr. Christian, Mr. DeFort and Mr. i t ,

Jenkins all of Loudon, Term. On monthly payments. 9 00

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j Pace Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February, 19.tO',.

I Social Events in South Dade MENKE

l The CalendarFeb.
t -- .... ",,,, 11-Townsend Club meetIng ; :I --

,; Douglass Tower, ion of Mrs. also present 1 > ,"' in Neva King Cooper School Miss Betty Murphy, daughter of wore a dusty pink suit. .

Jane Tower and the Irte Or John I After the
1 B. Tower of Homestead, was -married I dinner was cr'Yed at the Maxwell Feb. 12-Meeting of Monday Homestead, was married Saturday land, Calif, came to Homestead

t Saturday, Feb. 3, to Miss Dora .House for the members old'\.ie Music CluD. as a child with her parent about
morning to John Weston Conner
Ellen Smith of Miami, at the home I(wedding party. Feb. 13-Meeting of W. M. S. 22 years ago She Is a graduate
: of the Rev. W. G. Stacener, pastor The bride Is the daughter of Mr. Circles. Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of Homestead High School and

i of Riverside Baptist Church in and Mrs. R. L. Smith of Sylvania, Conner of Homestead. The ceremony attended Homestead Business College -
Feb. 14-Meeting c! UniversityClub
) Miami. I Ca. She attended college and was took place in the parsonageof and a Miami business college.
at home of Miss Jewel
J The bride wore a blue crepe ''a teacher In Georgia before coming Turner the West Palm Beach Presbyterian She has been employed in Miami,

ensemble with pink accessories to Miami three years ago. Feb. 14-Home Demonstration church, with the Rev. C. for the past several years.

t and a corsage of white gardenias.Mrs. .::Sine that time she ha been em- Club work meeting.Feb. N. Edwards officiating. Mr. Conner was born in Orlando.He .

R. W. Llttlefleld, her attendant ployed by a Miami law firm. 14-Meeting of general W. Attendant were Miss Helen came to Homestead with his
wore an ensemble oft Mr. Tower Is a member of one M. U. in church. Lehman of Homestead and Dr. Ben parents about 20 years ago. He

j pink with a corsage of talisman of Homestead's pioneer families. Feb. Homestead P. T. A. Plummer of West Palm Beach, son attended Homestead High School
roses. )He I* a gradual of Homestead executive committee meeting. of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ben Plummerof and Homestead Business Collegeas
Robert McLeroy brotherinlawof High School and studied business Redland.
well as a Miami business col
Feb. IS-Meeting of Presbyterian -
the bridegroom, was best man.,administration at Stetson University Auxiliary.Feb. The bride wore a while wool lege. H* Is employed by a Miami

Mr and Mrs. Robert A. Smith at Deland He Is employed by 15 Homestead Home suit with red, white and blue ac- lumber company.Mr. .
brother and sister-in-law of the the Sam Murray Motor Co in cessories. Her
Demonstration Club meeting at corsage was of red and Mrs. Conner are livingat
bride and their daughter, Dorothy -I Miami 1:30.: sweetheart roses.' Miss LehmanIOARDEN 854 N. W. 26th St., In Miami.
of West Palm Beach, Mrs. Mc Mr. and Mrs. Tower are livingat
Feb. IS-Official visit of grand
Leroy and Mr Llttlefleld were' 201 N. W. 19th Ave., In Miami.

Feb. Homestead school car
The South Dade Garden Club, A financial report on the Junior
POPPY DAY FOR MAY 25 HOLD RUMMAGE: SALEA nival. was entertained
I at Its meeting:j Woman's Club cabaret held last
Poppy day in Homestead will be rummage sale will be held by Feb. 19 -Social meeting of Monday afternoon in the Sunken,

r held on May 25, it was voted at the Outlook Circle of the W M. S. Junior Woman's Club at Bamboo Garden of Mr and Mrs. Wm. Dunlop November, was made by Mrs. Stanley

a meeting of the American Legion of the Homestead Methodist Tavern. at their home on Silver Palm: Wlttkop, treasurer of the club,

I ( \ Auxiliary Wednesday night in the Church, it was decided at a meeting Feb. 19 -Meeting of Garden drive. at a meeting Monday night in theWoman'
Hall. Tuesday night at the home of Club with Mrs. Joel J. Robinson.Feb. .
I Legion I Mrs. R. J. Shepherd president, Club building.It .
All other units In the district Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Booth, with 20-Meeting of MethodistW. opened the meeting with the read was announced that officers

will observe Feb. 24 as poppy day. Mr*. W. Allan Klssam and Miss M. S. Circles. ing of a poem, "Love of the Gar would be elected at the nextbusi-,
Mrs. Julia Williams of Lakeland, Edna Booth as hostesses. Feb. 21-Meeting of HomesteadP. den." ness meeting on Mar. 4.

mill broadcast a series of programs Anyone wishing to donate articles T. A. at 3 p. m. Mrs. Alma Shetzilne read The social meeting will be heldon
Feb. 28 Mar. 5-Redland District a pro

for the sale Is asked to
the Miami notifya
preceding poppy Fruit Festival. test article, on billboards, entitled: Feb. 19 at Bamboo Tavern
circle member and someone with Mr* L. T. Proctor, Mrs. V.
day.The "Let the Garden Clubs Speak.
Feb. 28-Meeting of Lily Bow
national of American will call for the articles. The sale
president Review Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel read an article Green and Mr*. Augustus Wynn as
Book Club.
i Legion Auxiliaries, Mrs. Wm. will be held on Feb. 24. hostesses.G. .
entitled "Conserving the Everglades
Corwith of New York will attend A study of the second book of Mar. Meeting of Episcopal
from Fire, which stated
the fifth district conference to. be Murk was conducted Auxiliary.
Mar. 4 Business meeting of that 25 per cent of the Everglades, Ball, Mrs. S. H. Sanford of
the Post Those present Mrs. J. J.
held at Harvey Seeds were:
t Junior Woman's'Club. had been damaged by fires. Standish, Mich.; Mrs. J. A. Mc-
home In Miami on Feb nand' 18. Richards, Mrs. Cecil Dodd, Mr*.
Mrs. Corwith will speak over Dave Williams, Miss Marybelle Mar (-Meeting of Outlook Clr- Mrs. Hollister Sage read an article Cready, Mrs. Philip O. Desmond,
protesting the killing by boys, Mrs. H. Ruegg, Mrs E. J. Norman t
Gibbs, Misses Helen and Antlonette
WQAM Saturday Feb. 17 at 11:30 I cle.Mar.
f 5-Meeting of general W. of many of the thousands oi Mrs. E. J. Norman, Jr.; Mrs. J.
Moye Miss Nella Sauls, Miss Pris-
,, a m. M S. robins and swallow that have migrated M. Dobbin, Mrs. Grace McLellan
The next meeting of the local cilla Fread Miss Leola Little, ,
Mar. 6-Meeting of Legion Aux- here because of the cold Smith, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mi's.
auxiliary will be held on March Miss Mary McNeill, Miss Booth
,t' il weather In the northern H. N. Lowenthal
8 the Legion hall. and Mrs. Klssam. iliary in Legion Hall at 8 p. m. states. Mrs. Hobart
J in Mar. 6-Meeting of W. M. Mrs. Geo. Reed gave a group ol Brockett, MrElberta Bule, Mrs.
the cof- '
Afici Legion meeting,
Circles V'I readings, Annie R. Butler, Mrs W R. Fisher
fee and sandwiches were served REV. R. F. BLACKFORD TALKS
Mar. 12-Meeting of Others present were: Mrs N,, and Miss Sophia Ahlers.
1( i..csion and Auxiliary mcmI0s I
TO FPiS'OP.L AUXILIARYAn Neighborhood Circle. ,
outline of the work! ol the I
t those who attended the Auxlll- The Monday Music Club will
Auxlllnrv! of St John's Episcopal
,pry irrotiug were: Mrs. Lamar meet Monday afternoon at the
'\ K iidi'11'k. Mrs Edw. Norman, Mrs. Church for the next two months home of Mrs. C Hagler Rice with I
j Flu Norman Jr., Mrs Fritz in the church wns given by the
Mrs C, H Stcft'uni and Mrs. Oo ; :
-, II i ,,i'd< i Mrs J W English, Rev R. F Blackford. at a meet- N Wakefield .is joint ho tct.M-. / ),
MiGio. D Ruehlc Mrs. Harold Ing of the Auxiliary at the homeof Mrs Hannah Asher of Miami University I I

Sheffield Mrs Jesse Cowman Mrs Frank Hausman Friday will be guest artist Mem- I

I Mrs. J A. Smith Mr. Frank I). afternoon. ben are asked to notify the
and Miss Ruth Fox. ;i{ Mrs. C. Haglcr Rice and Miss ,
I Rue hostesses if they are unable to
{ Bertha Mill Huusman daughters I
of Mrs. Hausman, acted as host- Cold TabletsSPECIAL
1 COED CLASS PLANS lessen as their mother was 111 I .

TO FIX CLASSROOM I I Mrs J. E. Gaurens gave a short ..,.

t Plans for painting and refurnishing talk on the educational features of Break vp symptoms of
1 the classroom of the Co-ed the church.It told

Class In the Sunday school building I was announced that the meetings ld lIt///3 a

of the First Baptist Church during Lent would be heldIn Relieve the discomfort -

of Homestead were discussed at'' the parrlnh house. rsduc the fever relieve!

a class meeting Tuesday night at I Those present were: the Rev. and the mucous membrane Irri-

the home of Dert Nixon who was MI'!!. Blackford. Mrs. W. Y. Haas, tation.

joint host with his brother Lil- Mrs. Geo. K. Wakefield, Mrs. J rJ

Leon Dane, class president, pre- Mrs Edw. Stiling, Mrs. M. SEE II j{

sided over the meeting T. Silling of Jackson, Mich., Mr. 25C

I Bingo was enjoyed during the Ruth L Scott, Mr. John Julian BEAUTIFUL BOXES
social hour. Sandu! 'nhes potato 'I Mrs. Gauzcns, Mrs. Rice and MIA 100 YOU

I chips and cola were served. I'I'.f I Hausman. DELICIOUS CANDIES r

Others present were Mrs. W T BUILD
.f s
oj McConnell' class teacher; Mrs. /"IN

;; Waudell Peeples, Miss Elizabeth A OR '1
!'If Horn, Miss Ellen Vann, Miss Lillian
Swilley, Miss Elizabeth Mc- ) BUY .Hot

Ilawln, Miss Eleanor Sullivan, .
Miss Lufclll West, Mia France :\ (; LuncheonDaily

Lott, MID Fern Robertson, Misses 11": .
Clolse and Norma Gossman, Jim- _

my Schallern, Walter Goldlng and Quick, acting for bead

Wm. McConnell. safe electric cookery, automatic ilee- 11:30-1:30 ache,colds, etc.

Leader- Irlc water beating, electric refrigeration -
Enterprise Classified Ads #044 t / with home comfort ventilation A bit UODIfCf

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TM eau "do fctoflsT wUk. few if"stcpdowi" electric rites .I 'ICO. 0' 50
bale .W ku lIMa
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and easy tc handle .(4 loots lot*lrt sinrltt. It'll PLUS Service SPTs7: 2 9C

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Friday, February 9, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Page Nine
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. I Valentine's Day Dainties l

n Social Events I By BETTY BARCLAY

ValeDtlu' Day arrives while egg wlllte. Drop by pooDrllla fate
--! parties of all klllde aN In full cmalI..II.d bllltered cup cake tins.
nlDe. I' does Dot call for the Bake tll moderate oven 1350' r.)
M. B. P. W. C. TO BELL creaking dinner tables or Thanksabout 10 mlnotes. Makes 11 small
giving and Christmas but It does cup
I 't,t. The district work of the Wo Tropical plant will be sold by demand unusual and delicious N.llllot Box Cake
( man's Missionary Societies In the the Business and Professional dishes that will delight guests.
united Methodist churches will bi Women's Club of Homestead .t By ABNER CORDON Hers, are a few'ltIedd for this year: '1 tablespoon cap cold water gelatin

.planned by representatives of an the Redland District Fruit Festival I rxYZRTLOWINQ' cesspools usually Celebration salad 1 cap syrup drained fro gams.3s .
Churches this dlatrlcj Wednesday it was decided at a'meetin, Monday J are caused by grease -kitchen callll cold diced chicken. heated
i I in the White Temple Church night In the Chamber of Commerce sinks clogging the masonry wall open marinated % hour 10 3t" np sugar
t at Miami, it was announced( ] at the building. ings.areas tablespoons IAIIIPA French 36 teaspoon nit
Boats, collects at the sides 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
: general meeting of the local W. M. Plans were completed for the Ming drawn Into openings by etcip Combin0, dressing with: 1 tablespoon lemon Jlllce
I S. Tuesday afternoon in the Home booth at which the plant will be lag liquid. 134 CUIIII diced celery I see whites
stead church. sold. Pumping out or cleaning! with 1 cup seedless gaps halves 3i cup whipping creamy
'it.Mn. J. J. Richards, Mrs. R. J. chemicals will prove Ineffective as (, cup mayonnaise Sliced sponge cake or I dozen
cesspool will only fill again. Serve In lettuce or cream lady fingers
Elliott and Mrs. Ceo Ranson cups
l, MRS. GEO. WRIGHT HOSTESS Eliminate clogging troubles by Installing puff .b.n. Garnish with lemon lWt caps cannod Hawaiian' pine.quarters.
appointed as representatives from TO REDLAND CIRCLEEMn. grease trap In sink waste Veal may be substituted apple
Homestead. pipe, with outlet connected to main tor chlckeD. Serves. Maraschino rtesgems
ray A missionary council of the Geo. Wright wag hostess waste pipe Clean trap at regular In Beak water S minutes, I
Homestead church will plan the to( the Redland Neighborhood circle tervals. Limas with Sausage :8IIoltl1: pineapple syrup.I
iI .-How much drier Is 1 cooked dried Limas salt, and stir until
local work under the united at her home on Tuesday after- Q necessary cop add sugar and
I noon. when paint Is mixed from past white I I 3i pound sausage dissolved Add lemon rind and t
'churches. Mrs. Dan Williams, lead and raw linseed oil Does boiled 1 medium cl"tt onion Juice. Cblll until jolly starts W
,! Mrs. A. M. Logan and Mrs. J. Mrs. Sam J. Davis played several oil require drier? What ls meant bya I 1 cup tomatoes thicken, then fold lu stiffly beaten
A, McNeill will serve on the coun- violin numbers. Mrs. W. E. "flatting vehicle Does it require 34 teaspoon chili BU whites aDd whipped cnam.
l Gaby won an observation con- drier also I 35 teaspoon salt Line aides of an oblong mold with
CILThe society decided to fix the A.-Under favorable conditions, FrT onion and sausage until well sponge take or lady lIuera. rut
test.The hostess served mangos with addition of W pt. drier to each gal. clone. Add other Ingredients aDd mold with alternate layers or pin.
toot of the parsorftige. A concertof of white lead paint prepared with simmer for SO minutes. apple mixture and sponge cake or
sacred music will be given In whipped cream cake and coffee. raw linseed oil Is sufficient. I lady finger.. Chill until firm. tin.I .
the near future. Those present were: Mrs. Portia Under atmospheric or environ. Apricot Presto mold and serve garnished with the
l'' Miss Helen Livingston conducted Bentley, Mrs. Reed Holmes, Mrs.L. mental conditions unfavorable for I package holate'fInnet powder pineapple gems cherrl ., and addl.
a program on the life of YoungJ. H. Klopp, Mrs. J. A. Rother- oxidation, ss much as I qt. of drier : 1 plot milk (not canned or soft 1I0nai whipped cream slightly
ham, Mn. J. Lawrence Scott, Mrs. may be advisable to assure rapid firm curd) sweetened, tinted a pale green and
Allen. 1 cup apricot puree put on the cake with a poetry
t Those present were: Mrs. Jason Gaby, Mrs. Davis Miss Frances drying.Boiled linseed oil requires no drier, (cooked apricots which have tube Yield: servings
Glenn 1 Davis, Miss Eva Rotherham and I been put through a strainer)
Avery, Mrs. Robert >frs. being made by dissolving certain dryIng tweet Dreams Cofl'ol.teI /
'C. D. Eakers, Mrs. B. M. Hind- Mrs. Wright compounds In raw oil with sid of I Cookies or wafers barer,
Make rennrtcuetard according Here's a refreshing party
man, Mrs. Lloyd Field Mrs. Virgil heat. I to directions on package. When age, made with 1 chocolate' and de.
Lyon, Mrs. Vivan Booth, Mrs. C. PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY A flatting oil such vehicle as lead Is a specially mixing! oil prepared or filling dessert glasses fill within cerrelnated coffee, ao everybody
A. Williams, Mrs. O L. Showalter, HAS ALL-DAY MEETING lead reducing oil which gives Oat finish 4 inch from top. When ready to call enjoy extra cups without oount-
Mrs. H. M. Brown Mrs. David The Presbyterian Auxiliary heldan generally desired on Interior sur I serve, spread the apricot puree 101 sheep later on. Add 4 tablellgbtly -
Williams Mrs. Dan Williams, Mn all-day meeting and study classat faces It requires no drier. over the top of each spoons I ground unsweetened decaffeinated chocolate..d coffee.,
Garnish with cru.h. squares
Logan, Mrs. Hanson Mrs. Richards the home of Mrs. J. R. Hickson Q.-How can the setting of plasterof cookies or w.rer. rut In pieces, a cloves. -IDrb pl-
l and Miss Livingston.AD in Narnnja on Thursday of last Parts be retarded stick cinnamon and dash of salt
, week. A.-If plaster seta too rapidly dissolve I Maple Valentine' Cup Cakes : 4 caps milk. and beat to double
The book small amounts of glue In mixing 1 cap ground shelled peanuts holier until chocolate I. meltecl.
"Through to
water to retard hardening process. I' 34 cup sweetened condensed ma Strain Immedl.tel Combine rI
OF WORTHY GRAND MATRONArrangements Triumph, by Basil Mathews was
1 egg, separated tablespoon of floor and % cup
for the official studied. Those taking part on the I 1 teaspoon baking powder sugar. Add liquid and cook 11
Scott and Mrs. Catherine Pickard.
" 'Visit on Feb. 10 of MDonna program were Mrs. R. Y. Burr, Shell peanuts, remove brown minutes. 01' ulIUI thickened, stirring
Pensacola Mrs. J. M. Holferty, Mrs. Paul Plans for the study of the mission skins. and put through a food _tanUy. Remove from fire. cool
JT Mainline of grand
and cbopper. To ground peanuts add slightly and pour over 1 'U. well
Mrs. F.
Haley A.
study book at the next meet-
matron of O E. S. of Florida, were sweetened condensed IIIlIk, ell beale. Chill Serve lee cold WIth
made at a meeting! of Ad Astra The next regular meeting ol tag were made by Circle Five yolk and belllDlf po.der. Blend whipped cream If desired Makes
i chapter of O. E. S. Friday night the Auxiliary 15. will be held on Wednesday afternoon at the homeof t.lIOI'OGIhly Fold III aUtD beaten 1 quart coffolate
id I, O. O, F. hall.
the Mrs. S. L. West. Mrs. S. C.
The official luncheon 'for Mrs. Mrs. Julia Polk Mrs. J. LawrenceA. i' Jr., Mn. Henry Olsen, Mrs. Labor. "Since you have broken your engagement -
M. U.
Mainline will be given Saturdayat W. BEGINS STUDYOF '
the Bamboo Tavern. Tickets MISSION BOOKA J. VanMarter, Mrs. S. H. Fitch Bishop Jr., Mrs. C H. Denby, I to Tom because your

will be on sale at Sheffield Electric study of a mission study book, Hurt was appointed devotional : Mrs. Floy Watson, Mrs. W. J. feelings toward him aren't the

Shop. "Give Ye Them to Eat" was begun chairman. Mrs. Gordon Ivey won Parker, Mrs. James Roberts, Mrs. same, are you going to return his I
Mrs. Hainline will be the guest In the Individual circle meetings a number contest. Others presentwere i Dexter Horne and Miss Ann Koch ,ring"

of Mrs. Frank Schneider, local of the W. M. U. this week. : Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr, Mrs. i All circles will meet on March "No; my feelings toward the
worthy matron, during her visit Each circle will have another A. L. Lanier, Mrs. Lloyd Witt, Mrs.J. ,,8 for the regular business meet ring are st'll! the acme as ever!" -
here. meeting to complete the study C. Davis Mrs. J. Lee Smith. ings. Selected.
Those present were: Mr. and Circle One. at its meeting Tuesday
Mri. W. B. Caves, Mr. and Mrs. night at the home of Mrs.
R. O. Moon Mr. and Mrs. A. R. L. A. Wise, voted to begin studying -
Save 15.90 This 80.90 Value
Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.G. the book Tuesday night at I on

Turner, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner the home of Mrs. Chas. Martin.
Jr, Mrs. J. W. English, Mn. A. Mrs. G. A. West, Mrs. Wise and KENMORE SEWING MACHINE
R. Meybem, Mrs. Herbert Katz, Mrs. Martin will have charge ot
Mrs. E. J. Dyal. Mrs. Edwin Mc- the study. The book will be completed -
Garrah, Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. I on Feb. 20 at the home of j
J. A. Daugherty Mrs. J. D. Redd,i Mrs. T. T. Bowen with Mrs. Frank Plus Sewing Chair

Mrs. Harold Sheffield, Mrs. R. W. Irwin and Mrs. Bowen in charge

Mullins, Mrs. Schneider, Misses of the study Mrs. Wise conducted I and Sewing Course
Esther and Helen Livingston, the devotional. Others present
Misses Julia and Hazel Sullivanand were: Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs.
Edw. Norman. Louise! Cannlngton, Mrs J. H.
Scott, Mrs. C. E. Saunders Mn.
CROUP ATTENDS O. E. 8. Hugh Esther and Mrs. Jesse Greer.
MEETINGS IN DISTRICT Mrs. Bert Andrews conducted
A banquet for the past matrons the mission study book for Circle
and patrons Order of the Eastern Two at a meeting Wednesday afternoon -
Star, in this district was held Sat- at the home of Mrs E. L.
urday night In Biscayne Temple Lawrence The circle will meet at
at Miami. Those who attended the home of Mrs. T. E. Kirby next
from Homestead were: Mrs. Geo. Tuesday afternoon to work on the ,

W. Turner, Jr, Misses Esther and book. Others present were: Mri. You I
Helen Livingston and Chas. G. W. D. Home, Mrs. J. C. Vann, ,tp+s
Turner. Mrs. Gerda Freed Mrs. Ora

On Monday evening, a group Yazeur, Mrs. H. E. Redin and Payer
from Ad Astra chapter attendedthe Mrs. S. A. Turner.
official visit of the state Mrs. T. D. Piche had charge of I Only

worthy grand matron at Biscayne the mission study course In Circle -
Bay chapter in Miami. They were: Four, which met at the home
Mrs. Frank Schneider, Mrs. R. W. ot Mn. A. D. Smith Wednesdayafternoon. I
Mullins. Mrs. J. W English, Mrs. Mrs. A. D. Smith cc>
Turner and the Misses Livingston. ducted the devotional An n-I 6500.

Wednesday evening, Mrs. Turner meeting will be held on Feb.
Mrs. Mundroff and the Hisses at the home of Mn. R E. Edwardsto
Livingston attended Hollywood complete the mission study I
chapter meeting at Danla. book. Others present were: Mn. Terms oelowoe I."

down balance monthly.

Usual carrying charge.A .

EDWARD STILING S-in-1 offer to encourage you to sew and save! ..
A dependable-Kenmore with full rotary electric
sewing head Ellen Smith's homesewingand
REALTOR designing course, and our regular 7,93 solid
walnut sewing chair. The sewing machine Is
backed by a 20-year guarantee.SEARS. .
Real Estate General Insurance


Florida City, Fla. I
PHONES 5II-J AND Ml-M t Stare Hours: Dally f.le te IJt; Saturday .:3. to V.ll. Blacmyne Bird, lUll te Hth St., Miami

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I 'Boy Scouts:of: Nation: to Observe spring participate Institutions la )oj i vrbry ScoutMerurWJorHono,", m ala
A Scout Is
I 30th Anniversary of Incorporation I Sedge Show, .

: Scout Circuses and other similar indoor >
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The nation's 1,350,000 Cubs, Boy scouts, listening In every part of
Scout end their leaden Will 'celebrate I the nation at well as In.all'of'Its I VDr. Leonard \\t IIskioI "
o possessions, to take the scout oath
I the 30th anniversary of the 'or promise led by Dr. James E. apse11udpew ire .wpitt..( er
: Incorporation of the Boy Scouts of West, chief scout executive and ratnne emd a.I.I. GLASSESN. ,J
America In o ......k.. obser\\nce editor of "Boys' Life", who will be I '
beginning Thunday, Feb. 8. "cut into" ttisJ>K .dc st from Miami 141 Coiikulr N. I!. r riot Air Ii.. VUii.1 Via):

Boy Scout Week ii the most Important Fla. D01 bSunday.TRJTTl. W ConllMll CTortrade

week In the Boy Scout calendar will be scoutrevrrance'day. tf
and nine million present and 1d In thousands of k
former scouts and leaden will join churches ,of < Very denominationthere / rtr
1 the celebration which! this year bat will fce'Tcouts attendln*, pe- I Dr. R. J. El'liottCHIROPRACTOR
clal services More of
than halt
The Amer.
M lit theme "Scouting- -
1. Incan Way." the nation) 4+,368 cub packs, Boy tS
Scout troops and senior scout I
The icout program with It* patrol HomesteadTYTYTTYYTYTYTTTYTYTT
groups are sponsored by the Horn Wdc.
l method and other group action
4 features lJ a "ichool for cltlItnshlp. churches and synagogues of Amer. I
." Since scouting provides ica. Scouts of Jewish faith will ?"..
vi j for democratic group decisions and hold their special services Friday '
evening and Saturday Feb. 9 and ,
w group action the celebrations
i .: throughout the nation will be 10. I
: greatly varied Each troop will Special emphasis will be placed EXPERTBARBERING
celebrate the birthday anniversary upon the twelfth point of the I ,
I lit accordance with Its own plans scout law which reads, "A ScoutIs
Radio will play an Importantrole reverent. He Ii reverent toward '
In this Boy Scout Week celebrations Cod. He Is faithful In his religious I rt : i
linking together, U only duties and respects the convictions tj e s t
for" a short time the scouts In the of others in matters 'of custom HAIRCUT 40c
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great ryral arena with those I In the and religion" t .

cities and townl.I In many communities scouts by 1 SHAMPOO ,.. .4 I The high point of the week's patrols and troops, will take an I ?

observance will be a nationwidebroadcast old scout census," systematicallycalling MASSAGE ...,..::.40?:.
from the White House '
at all residences according'to !
Thursday evening Feb. 8, In which pre-arranged plans, to records i
1 President Roosevelt, as honorary the names and addresses of those I BUSH'SBARBER'"
president of the movement and who were-once scouts and scout ', .
himself an active scout leader will leaders. Many of these "Icoul'
? talk to his "fellow scouts and alumni" will be Invited to par
scouters" as well as the millionsof ticipate in scout Activities during I
friends of icouting Boy Scout Week.
: p Brown and .,,.10..
Speaking! also during the Presidential Scouts will wenr their uniforms J MAINTAINING that no:boy can become the belt kind of citizen without I SHOP
broadcast will be Walter and have special roles and demonstrations I recognising his obligation i to God, the Boy: Scouts oi America in this
W. Head of St.Louis, president of in public and private' new T mET"11.Rockwell painting .>"nb1'. the spirit and meaning of its
the Boy Scouts of America who school assemblies. Fraternal I Lawi "A Scout U wverent He I. reverent toward God. Ho
will speak from Detroit, Mich and fa faithful In his religious duties end respects the convictions of others in N, KROME AVE.
: civic clubs will have Boy Scouts marten of custom and religion"
where he will be attending a dinner al their guest speakers who will

j of scout leaden. Mr. Head give first-hand accounts of what i' I turns'' during the uk to show .
be winter sports carnivals
: will speak briefly and then Intro I' Inter-troop
duce the President of the United Hundreds means of to troops them. and Cub I' where snow and Ice conditions I i their appreciation to their epon-i i A.tAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAHomestead's

Slates and at that point the broadcast Packs will have special "parents'inight" all" r. ,I
will switch to the nation's meetings In which the par : In those states where Lincoln's : G. 0. Brewster, M. D. Oldest

Or capital. ents will be participants in some !birthday Feb. 12, Is observed asa Barber Shop
A feature of the White House of the activties. Other troops will school holiday scouts will make Eye, Ear None and Throat
i broadcast will be the annual re- have their meeting during Boy patriotic pilgrimage to( shrines of I Treatment
dedication by the nation'I scouts Scout Week set Hide for troop the "Great Emancipator." Troops D. L. BOWEN
I to the scout I oath which Is the guiding unions with former members will also engage in special "good Glasses Fitted

principle of scouting turning to renew acquaintances re.1 I office k.... I to II and br
At the conclusion of his address, for an evening of fellowship Appointment HAIRCUT tOe
President Roosevelt will ask the DR.M.A.BERGERDentist I SHAMPOO ___<.___ O.
fun.The outdoor Offlr .t corner name Av*. sea MASSAGE __.__ tOe
activities will also
mN.NNW WNNxMrNNNM.NNNNNNNNNN.NNNFlorida have their part In the celebration I twed street, COOL AND SANITARY

City Boy Scouts where weather conditions permit' l5emeeted. Florid.Are. .. I Expert and courteous service.

Wade Thompson, Reporter There will be camping trips hikes H.. ems A trial will be appreciated.
and outdoor rallies, and there will I' Office Hours 8:30: -4:3U
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Members: of the FTortdT"city;

,Troop of Boy Scouts will\ hold a First National Bank
treasure hunt In connection with PALMS HOTEL I Your Face looks Better And Feels letterWhenYOUShaveWI.

their regular meeting tonight at FLORIDA CITY Building
the city hall. Modem I
Last Friday night the scouts In Room and Apartments '

the charge of their scoutmaster Reasonable Rate I Open Evenings 1>r AppointmentITALIANAMERICAN
the Rev. Wesley! Smcal held an
over-night camping trip at the rock .
pit Those attending were: Harry Gillelte.
Newton Wada Thompson, Horace RESTAURANTSpaghetti
Gooding Owen Gooding Francis 1
Whitehead Glenn Schroeder Sam
Iliondo, Bate Carpenter, Jay New. Dinners 40c de

ton Bobby Biandenburg Emory JOE TORCISE. Prop. FLORID CITY 'IkI

Inger.Brandenburg and Ronnie Clon- :; "'''' '' ,,;i 8' At /2 Price !

The early part of the night was
spent! In playing games around the
fire The night was spent in a DR. C. II. DENBY ;
tentHomestead Itl, 01. ..fI;' l';'N".
large. ..,,,.. :..__........."'" .'"_.............. ,1fretf't'b is o ,
: Jtattl fitting 4
Girl ScoutsBy lsfdit4'llfake This. CUUtttTjVDR
Osteopathic PhysicianPhone
Melba Vanwinklew.rrNNN.NNNN.NNONN.NNNNnNNN.NNmNNNN BlItcW Fe1 1114,11,11, +e
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The Girl Scouts held their regu- 39
lar meeting Tuesday afternoon at you own who went really agoodlooking
the home of Dr. and Mrs. CarlF C comfortableshaves
Hopiestead, here'
Robinson due to the Illnessof ) / n at a big saving
the best in You
their leader Mrs. Frank Skill. 0.) I (Over Brown's Drug: Store) with news genuine years.Gillette Blade cooshave
The girls were divided Into .. fit '
precision made to your rasor
three groups for training. Mn exactly. ..and pay only tOe for 41 b
Robinson had charge of the seed The new Thin Gillette la nude of
study; Mrs Russell Home shells, '. ITHE easy-flexing steel hard enough to
and Mn. James Hudson fclrdi. cut glass.What's more It baa edge
Betty Slillmnn was hostess. of an entirely new kind that standup
F will Dome to your home every day through I for one swell shave after an I f
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR other. Buy a package of Thin d,
Oillette from dealer today
DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST A. tflm-lmul Daily titwtttr your
.. ..__ .. and protect your face from smart
KMT* for KM 11Io world i 1nIe1. Solan. The MonitorOM t .
net esprit WIIM w miatfcM, anther dm It _.. limn, and bum caused by misfit blade ,
km tmU. __U..I. vita Uun Cottons for busy Km and tU lee I
Camay, iMiuiini uw wade MMUUWTh IooU. I

Office Mount 0 a. rn. to < a. .... Cbrtetln Sct.net Inblliklnt beta* i
OM., JlDtvw StraM. Nate.r..bmatrPlease
Sundays o to 11 I awe mt Mbvriatm M TU threes 90660 Monitor tat

Closed Saturday a r'rill w s ....11.. MM I _III. SJ M I manta SI M
nkMMlwi IMM, so"......lutubM swum Inn It M> e MUM SM

Free Parking Space same ..._., B A r l

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.! February. 19.10. THE EADKR-ENTERPISE Pare Eleven


?:The Churches II II.J. i, Oia$ DUO ;
: QnpW ., _, .U' .> INI
lift*.ASaiS, ,
I Notice h Assay siren, that. Larrhaata RAtX: First Innrtloo I0t a Herr; subsequent insertion :
P ......_ .
twaan. af 'IM atri Cawin 111.- j
I It a
TIE Certificate No. IMS bawd tic. nth
'. BAM1ST! CHUslCnMMMTtl pupils .under M. ?pun af a*.t aioralmarrk day .f Aoa-t. A: D. I.... boo IM MOM --
at 11 ._... WuhMdajp evening II. my "',.... and box ...010 application
: >-Or. J, E. MtnatoM. nan.tl Services whlak .hackie taatlautilala at baak for a tai dad M ba taiurd thamia SaidC.niflesto
Seday1 .... .. .., V- SEE Mi experiences sad> Pecan oa caries I wbne.. the fnliowlnr doing lboal FOR RENTFOR HOMESTEAD LOTS
a. tr and 1 10 tae 19. f P. U. ton 110..... S a. ai 1'M.-ua.. a> Florid" In the Cwaty d Pa4a, Buie ad
I (ta* k *.. Prayer services. Wadnaadaf tiara 'SatoMa, S p. m. t.wnl FOR SALE ,
I t : Reacting room N .h..11 edition. I opsaso. I .Lots I to a. .1.... IS. Woodland. RENT-Furnished house: desire -
7tai pta. .... Thursday .rt...,.,. tr.a 0,42 to A..... Plat Book I. fan M. la the year 'dound tenant Inquireat I have the following lots
: .100. The public is cordially ........ Ie Iho I C-... of --. SMI* .r FIott_ priori
ar Ds.0 services and to visit tic e.adhtg I Tile aatamnrnt of said proparty Under Dr. M. A. Berger residence low for quick sale:

III wa..ndtJOS.m.tB.Y.P.U.at the Mid amlflcata woo In the nun of N, Krome and 10th St. FJ- Lot 3, Block 4, North Diamond
Flit Po.. posting anion at tllO a, a. Fib Lesson-sermon topic: UnanawaUnl .
Vtfaaaday. Spirit.! 1 said certificate dull 110 radmnadaeaordlni Park, west frontage
U law UK property dtarrlbrd comfortable
Lot 36 Block 2
Ponce DeLeon
.' CATHOLIC Mimta will 100 told to DM hi.hoot bidder roomi Froicntrt\ Oversee ,
CHURCH OF CHRIST .t the Court IWUM door Us tha lint Man. subdivision, southeast corner fatInrfsouth -
rtmcB OP THE HACRED HEARTE day l> the month of llarrh 1(40, whirl Highway at Florida, lty Phone
Second ........ Homestead the Ra*. HOMESTEAD-flnt avenue and N. W II tin .th day of March 1.40.Diud 58-J. )19-tf) )
}. Geary paitor Sunday man at FUll atraal Bible study. at IU .. ... : rom. this 17th dim of January 1140 Lots 14-13-18: Block 8, McClure
1. L..: wok day .... al ,.10 .dally aiunlon. fellowship and preaching at I E. R. LEATHERMAN MAnor. These three lots are ail together
un'" school Sunday allowing t ..1.... 11., m. Cloth of circuit Courts Dada County, FOR SA..L
Florida and face south
f gitar lunVW; "':. "j,0'o 'men women and boys the .tint the CHIRCH OF GOD i Circuit:' Causal oal. mia 10 rock land
By N. C C.ties. USED (24x18) Roll Rim Kitchen acres good ;
Sunday 01 month Holy hour Thuna .E r.OID.
< mad hatora first Friday of month ., I ,10mT the nnMBSTEAD RoY. 0,. Q. Coplln W. W.First. ... annual Sunday I 10. in, Feb. 1. 0, Sink, of high backs, only $4,OS: the north half of the north half of.

Man ;SO a. mft school Si4S ... Co, Home the northeast quarter of the south-
:,M 4sd/.tab tic'Brl8r: : t after at a I imarhlng at U a nVidTUIp NOTICE OF A PI.irATIOM FOR Specter Plumbing \tI
: ... Town'i
: junior Y. p..t' rhlldr.nimeeting
a' at 7 In pareonai Prayer meet'no. I TAX DRRDFite Bldg. Homestead, Telephone 73. i west quarter of Section 3,

:' HRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH I p. m. WednMday : Notice U hereby flvrn 6tata that H F. Minn | ship :57, south, range 38 east. This '!
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I, holder .. ...I.n.* of state and County FOR SALE-On Redland Road tract lines due went of W, K. Wale \

FLORIDA CIT1'-h..d. end sixth Tax emlllo-... No. 19114 dated the lit short distance south of Redland ton s homeplace, about a mile and
LI .. .. I day of Auguat A. D 1127. ha fifed. (aidOrtlflrau ,
1..8daI school .t 1,46 for HOMESTEAD-Tha R..... Resort HSpaar. Woman
F Club cottage. Partly
east of avocado
; I In my office. and ku mate just a large grove
_to,. Sunday school at ..11.. application for tat dad to HUM thoraon furnished Far sale
m : at give-away
11.-.u.u.u.._...__........." In arcordanea with .law Bald Certificate Write or see J. M Kling P. O.
preaching at It a. m. ard ftSO p. m Ii 1 1 amfirarat the following dwrlhwd, property. price. See Wm. J. Geronlmo Legion Box 82, Deerf ield, Fla. \ nE'DLAND F. F. A. N. .Y P. 8 and union mating .t 7iOOa situated In Va... County. Florida. lo-wll: Tag office Homestead

t ... Priority meeting Wednesday evening lf\t 1*. II and li. Block <. ItevarlyTha
; LEWIS VRANA. Reporter I 7i 0p. nt.PRINCRTOVTh.. I Hen"hue (d8U)

t' Avraw.ww.x..xx.axx.l..x.x _......._,, x aawraamant of said property under MISCELLANEOUSSEE
Ran. E: r. Craws. tin Certificate bud was in the nan* WE HAVE a quantity of new and
; Friday, Feb. 2, Redland F F. A. _tor. Sunday school at ti<5t praachlngIOKS 10' Unknown Unless said Certificate chill
.. used Tractor Parts at real bargain
a and f tin Po. .*nnneettoe :11"'t. acoordlnv to law, tax deed AND BUY at onanklm Variety
.members, accompanied by Mr. and at 4,SO i poser wool'a mealingit I : on the Ilk day of prices Specter Plumbing
Mrs,''M. A. Baker; left Redland .:SO. Prayer meeting Wednesday al I Moreb A.IaD. 1040.D.td Grove West Florida City.
1:10 p. a. 7th dap 0' February. A. D. Co., Horne BId. ,., Homestead, (a7U)
to'attend' F. F. A. Day at the4.Sjate ,.... Telephone 73.

Fair.In Tampa.,The trip was EPISCOPAL Z. B LEATHFRMAN

'Itmade, by truck, using the new ST JOJIN-g S, .. BeaoW ...an.. andFREE Dad Clerk County of Circuit, tlorida.IN Court. FOR SALE Troprcai iilaats. cit. W ANT .()
room h wrmvt _111 I the .... It T: 'I.blt Court Real
and fruit Ir
built trees
{ii,"truck body we recently. ras tropical
; Blackford _"'.. Holt communion at By N. C. Btanortt. D. C.
,/'i On arrival at Tampa we were 11'0 a. .... Sunday school at 9:60 ....... tFob. t. 14. 13. Bar, I. .. IUOI season. Jungle Grove Bedlam CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will
Not prayer at u. road and Plummet drive. exchange subscription or advertising
met by Warren Wood, a former IN THE: COUNTY' JIUOOR'R: rWItT IS
president of our chapter who was METHODIST AND FOR DADK COUNTY I'LOKIDA. for clean rags Leader-
PROBATE A REAL BUY! Closet Combinations -
r'I'fate secretary; F. F. A., and who FLORIDA lIT1'-Th. II.. Wo.lry F'e' loose for only $1495: Come In Enterprise
is now an American Farmer and 8..1. ...1.'. Sunday school, t p. I In RRl:: ESTATE OF AGNES HENDtR!:
f--hln. m and T .10 p m. 7_ BON Do_...l. and tee for yourself Specter
attends the University of Florida, .. .. C.I NOTICFTO!: CREDITORSTo TUTORING WANTED high
,.t .. ,'.. at 1 too p. m. Plumbing Co., Horne Bldg.,
All Credllnre. and All Piraon. HawIns
Gainesville. Willis Baxley also met
school and grade school subjects.
IIIETIIODISTHOMESTEADThe Claims or Demand. Against Said 1. Homestead, Telephone 73.
us In Tampa. t tale Mrs H J. Armstrong, A. B,

The following members Judged I R... J. i. Rkh..d'.1 I You. and each of ,OU. am. hereby ."' .. NOTr.1C OF APrUI A"II l FOR Plummer drive and Country
pa.tor Sunday achool at >:45 a. m t "led and required to present any claims TAX u1E1)
exhibits at Tampa: Rex Romine, I Inrmehlna at it .. m. and 7:00 p. ,;.: I and demands which you. or either of you. Chapter 1715' Act or It" Club road.
inlor l..aiu. at Sin p. m : HI League may have against' the ....t. o( Axon '11. A IMI
H. A. Aman and Willis Vick, ,HI 4,60, p m Senior Leigue at 6,80! p m, I H..d..n. d......... late of r.de County. NOTICE' 18 Hf.HHIY GIVEN: that Lou I

diaries Behrens. Richard Ball and I I Prayer meeting at 7 ,10 p. ... Wedneaday j 1 1I Florida. .to. the Hon. W. r, Dlanfem.. A. Hauler. holder .. ..anurnc* ..f State and RENT YOUR HOUS>E-furnlshrd
County 1 of Dade County at hi. ofIn County Tax Certificates No lint O and .Klnud ;,
Willis Baxley were our beef-cat- :' ( In the County Courthouse In Dad- the and day of Au..... A I). II''in, or unfuinlshed I have year
4\ Feb. 11, 1949-Sermon topics: Co'oty, 'Inlot. within right oolonder .. .,
tle 'judging team. han filed mine In my ffl 10., and ha mod I 'round clients Benjamin W.
:Morning worship: "Why Worship months from the dote *.f thp tint ubllca. implication fir a tai ,Iced to I I" f.u'd
Warren Wood returned homewIth flora hcr._(, All clalmi and demand not th..n Morris, registered real estate
Special anthem numbers. br the I reaented within the time and In the manner laid Certificates embrace the f llowlnidcrlbd
/ us for a short time to visit broker N. Krome ave. next to
herein shall b. barred
choir Evening service: 'Begin prwrlbed Mprovllrd pniiwrty In the County uf Dad.
friends In the Redlands. Tuesday by law State at Florida. to-wlt i Baptist Church. (Jul6tf)
'With God.. Tide Is the first of a Dated January Huh An ">IOOEOKOE Lot 98. U..u.tun Helahn. Plot Iknh I. ----. -
Slight at T30: he was the honor .r rk', of ten sermons on the !: W. rRAIIPR, Peen 11& In the County ..11I.d,', elal., ,
'guest at a special meeting of our Ai K.:r it r o( the tail Will and 01 rl..ld. as ...b....... In 1'.1111.....
Trn Commandments" The series' Testament. of Anae. Htndoraon No. 4066. The c..ment .f ..Id property -
chapter, and made us very interesting will continue for ten Sunday .......... under the mid Certificate I...,'"I EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING
talk concerning the national Firat February t 1040 was In the name ..f Robert R. C..nmy.
A. held In Kan- evenln,.. Evening music In chargeof J. 0. U, !S: 11140N : I Lot 2I>, H.u.t..n Hclahu, I'lit Book 1I .
'convention r. F .
he junior choir I an* ZH In the County "f Dade. Statef
fat City last October. :I NOTICE' IIF Al'pl !("TIUS FOR Hi.rlrtu .. cmbrarcd In rrtlflriite
TAX DEED: OH17 Th. assessment ..f and,
Charles Behrens reported concerning SILL ER PALM-The Rer. J. P:, Waller. I Her ,li hereby given that Untied No under the mid Ccrtlflral laind property '

to Tampa and F pa.lor Sunday school every Sunday atm iv c-m"an". holder n< a..ln** of wa In' the name of Robert R. L"nr..y I Prompt service on all
our trip in a. : preaching arrvleea en flint, thirdand Taint District Tax CrrtlNraU 1I"'I'j Unless said Certificate shall kt re-
,F A. Day activities there. fifth Sunday, at 11 g ... and 1 10 p. m IM dnt d the nth day of July A. [I. deemed nordlm to law the pr.' > 1 o hai flM/ auld CortIf..... n> my nfflra arrlbed therein will b* old U the hlnhcMbidder
Members present at this special PRINCPTON-Tna. a... 1. K. Waller I ai ma.I. application for tat dn-d. to at tin Court House d,.,r ..n the I automobile radios
were: H. A. Aman Willis poster, preaching at I a. in : Sunday thor..n In .....rdanc. with law 1..1 flnt Monday In the month of March 114(1, .
meeting ,
,school 10.FLORIDA. d_
at C?rtlflcat* embraces the followln which U the 4th day of March, ltluUnfed
Vlck, Harold, William and ElmerHamptorr property. situated In Dad County. .' this 21lh time ..r January, Dilib I
; Reid Wysong. I Th. Rev C. G, NeUon pailor Church Lot I. Block 7. Hallandal Park No.I "f circuit Coon.
long, Dean Sickle Rex Romine:echoed at 10 ., m. : pn-achlng T 10 p. m. a Sub Pint Bonk '.. Yon ... In Dade Count, t'I"I.,
and Warren Midweek pra,... and Bible study W"n... the County of Dade. Slat of FlorllaTli Hy N. C KTFRKCrr I: D C Flatters Bldr.
Charles Behiens day al 7160.REI'I.ANn. a..namrnt of laid property under CIRCUIT COURT PEAL
Wood. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Crawford .M C..I/I..... leaned _e In the name of COMMUNITY CBURCB- Pierre A. Crr tt .1. .
of Allapattah were guests at I Th. Rv>. C 0. Mehon' ...to.. Church Unless said Ortiflcata hill ba redeemed r= -- --- -
the meeting school at 101 I nraarhlni at 111 Epwarth ccunllni to law tan dad. will lea ther..
chapter,i League al a to. Midweek prayara and on on the 14th day of February. A D. lull).
;1 Monday morning our UU.Ie study Thundar at I ilO Rated this loth diy of January. A. D. BIRD'SIndorsed
Mr. W. A. Ross 1940
national! executive secretary, F. clock nf Ore,ill CourtDade
F.// HOMESTEAD-Kromt at H. Uthitrart. County, Florida
A.. ot Washington D, c.. Mr. The Rer G... H. Rlcki paitorHlhla Circuit Court gral I
Washington, D. C., Mr. J. F'I school at 10 a. m : preaching at 11 Hy N. C RtarrMt, D c.
F, a. m youttnaool..'a mealing .. t:So D. m (Jan 13 1'. II Feb I. t. 1D40) I
Williams, Jr, state advisor

A, Tallahassee, Mr. W. T. Loften'

of Gainesville, and Mr. Carl Wagner -
principal of our school

The young man was prematurely unr used ears always represent good value, but the

gray, and proud of It. ones listed below are unusually choice and we recommend

Looks quite poetic dont you The New any one of them for four consideration.

think" the girl he had
he asked
i .9.00........................................
Just met. i

"It does remind m* of a certain i

poem," she said 1937 CHEVROLET 2-nOOR T 0 U RIN G

""And what Is that"1 Is the : 1940.11 PONTIACDe SEDAN I new tires ; new paint ; ex.
'When the Frost on
Pumpkin'."-Ex. I cellent condition.

(De Luxe Equipped) "Y 936: < PONTIAC 2-DOOR TOURING SEDAN ;

Turner's Funeral Home priced to sell.

Lady Attendant 1937 IESnrTTJCon\ertibIe 1 coupe; 5 new tires ;

Phone B64-R Homestead ra .<.-.. new pant ; runs and looks like new.

Coupe 0 0. 0 0 $880 1933: FORDTCOUPE ; rumble seat ; good condition -

Be sure that your eyes are ..I' 2-Door Touring' Sedan 925 i ; good tires; cheap.

rood aa your brakes-bar* them

tested at least one each year I 4-Door Touring Sedan 975 i 1935: FONTLmC TWO-BOOK SEDAN ; very

,DR. F. P. ARCHER good condition.


;, Int' Consulting W. FUgler Optometrists 81,.Miami. FU. Preston B. Bird Motor Co. PRESTON 6. BIRD MOTOR CO.

.... baaria.. Laaaat OewUDtrartan S, Erome- Aft.. Opposite Tw Of rIM South Krome Ave. ,Phone 18


of The AaMrieM laatiheaiaVbool OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY
roe Octlctaaa Phone II Night Phone 83 -B


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Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday, February 9, 1940V

0 ala 1TNEY

{! 4."w_ k t HAD THC
t f AaaJQN \ qs ENHANce OUR, uves SAM IDEA(


j rwv t Wild rx she Is rrferr! to

C.ocsWM.w--N-twee, SWIMMI. AM mmMI ;.K ;' RANKLIN' SPiilsbteiw's $
t pas.ca5..es snow n-e < of low sa .T..eAN..Itx Ir T. 4
ft fauna*m vat M IM cowtmr.lfuMAi AEneowwae.nwu.AA.eMaR.Er -
t A.nswMODKIID0a MP ,
Cosa"we We"&OF1W Flou 2Badb. 8ge .
nawO Rego tam wWASTRW LIFI -
jf tIMaIN-0 skY--r
wax WR.hw.ftASHll6TOn -

..:)); .. 10AD t M1"lk Sans'2 C [Sugar PACKED 25c


iI W'JELLO AlllFUvor. 1.7c
k lI
NneN egteiar ileUNlnD BtLK tNl
STMII It IMCOIN wt OWT wt rVDIWMIIOli, N Meal or Grits 14C
Ma Oomos 1)llUS.A.(OMMIKAUV Es l O TK>UIOlUT l (Sp j50 LBS. MONDA'I.Ft8RUARYJ2 .
f RIATen5D tN TMeCwiwRaurw.Ka, 6heat"rWymaONEwn, wwNIsaws. I
. weaN IShort OUR LIVES.Ae Is w.f (000005 AND/LSASw eMRt0N.O. "WO, D.s'LWfL4 werd..ad.
; I.. (N5000 vioaes WQRD-0105. 'A"ttFTet0NDRMWA0C000000MI6WORwERaiN6 BULK DRIED a+ tlfff. ro ne.fe..
we umm.M Wcate sr WA/MIMeTWE1, "erWs and Ga.d6 wLL.floa
: AND,Ra.aavD w tl'Aco M, Lima Beans 3 lbs. : ''
i --------- J.J.Baby 19c work. '.o.M.
Eau Gallia by the Turner Funeral aut WIAK to M,
\ Is Fatal' .
Illness MCorn
Home Saturday morning for i COUNTY KIST Wfos weu
t '}<'orIrs.. Nancy Morris burial
I -- or Peas 2 cans 19c
i .
Miss Charlotte Adams
Mri Nancy Alice Morris, 73, ,
mother of Benjamin W.Morris and III Year Dies in MaineMiss '
Frank Morris of Homestead, died !._ ., WHIPPEDSpry
Wednesday afternoon at the Post Charlotte Adams, formerlyof Fresh Local
Graduate hospital, following an I Homestead died Jan. 26, at 3 lb- can S3c
Illness of two weeks, the home of her sister, Mri Walter
Larabee, at West Bath Me., according
A native of Eau Cxlliejrs
Morris CAme to Homestead 14 to word received here.Miss BEECH NUT
Adams had been in ill health I Food .SC Large
years ago She was the widow of 3 Jars
for and for 39c
Charles F. Morris a year several weeks White. .".Doz. .
preceding her death had been con
Besides Benjamin W.Morris and fined to her bed by a severe cold. DEL MONTE
. i Frank Morris, Mrs. Morris U survived She had been living at the homeof 'Peaches No. 2V2' MonitorTOMATO
f by another ion, William E. her sister for the past five years Cans I/C
1, Morris of Miami; two sisters, Mrs Funeral services and burial took I
R. E. Caves and Mrs, Della Mor.I place at Bath, Me 1 WEST-FARMS KETCHUP
jan, and two brothers, W. D -----
Horne and Lonnie Horne, all of II. II. S. BASKETBALL Sour Cherries 25c 14-0z. iQc .
2 Cans
Homestead She was a member of I SCHEDULE Bottle
I the Flnt Baptist Church of Home.stead. m..nunmm

Funeral, services will be held at Ffb.Feb.13 8 Miami Key Meat High There There I Harvest Noon

3 o'clock this afternoon at the Feb.15 Lake Worth Here Salad I Dressing 25c
First Baptist Church,with the pastor Feb.18 Ponce de Leon There Qt. jar
the Rev. J. E. Johnstone. officiating Feb.20 Drlray Here
The body will be sent to Ftb 23 Andrew Jackson Here

------ Boned and
Selected Veal Roast Rolled lb 3Zc


Redland Brand 27 WESTERN Chuck-Roast lb. 23c,
10 Ibs.

Fertilizersare II Iceberg ROLL BUTTER lb. 36cf


manufactured in Homesteadby ,I Pork Loin Roast Lb. loC//'

a locally owned 2 heads. 17%; WHOLE OR SdANK HALF LB.. 1

Florida PorK Shoulders 15c

Mixtures are carriedon

hand for CELERY BACON lb. 2"> c I\ Spareribs. 25c ''
every I
I Large 1 0 Ct'DAHT-S PURITANHams

need. .' :H: Bunch ..... Half Whole or -0

Your patronage i"81471- .. York Ideal Delicious

always appreciated. DOG FOOD Cottage Cheese12lb.pkg..lOc

'5 lbs. ..19c Scans -25c

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. eRAfUiLIN'S



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