The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00267
 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 23, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00267
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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,5,000 South Florida. Trees, LIONS JITTERBUG ,CONTEST .




To Freeze Tails of DuMond MonkeysThe -

READIED FOR monkey at the Monkey owner of the Jungle, some worry of/law TilE... "WEATHER report .< this Ost..sk.t "Over-flow" of ExhibitorsSeen
Jungle, seven miles northwest of'for a while, especially when a tnMria.t atatl.s H.w..t..d. clods.. as Outside
Homestead, aren't made of the pro- I veterinarian informed him that Space TakenC
verbal brass, but, Just the there was nothing to do about the Date no. MIe. bore sale

TRIP NORTHNative they gave a pretty good IIme'l matter but await developments Feb. 18 ..._ I 12 I 148 J30.H OF C TO FURNISH
how cold it
was during
Somehow other the "
or monkeys Feb. 17. 77 I 158 ,29.981Feb.
map.About thawed out their icy appendagesand 18 18 81 ,:29.89: 1.03 DISPLAY
a dozen of the monkeys __ 1
they are practically as serviceable Feb. 18 'f5 60'
Orchids, Air Plantsto "took down" with frozen taili as ever now. The tails Feb. 20 74 48 '29.94 0.011! WIOD, WQAM to Broadcast
Enhance when the freeze struck. The un-I Feb. 21 87 43 i 130.021 .
Beautyof I are bereft of hair for several Fete Activities 4

Exhibit usual event gave Joseph Inches back. rcm the business end, I Feb. 22 37 30.211 Times Daily

,but this condition won't last long -- ,

34 RAILROAD CAR NO LIMIT IS SET Mr. DuMond said the tails "frozeup" I With entertainment taming
II'' I I'j because their blood clrcula-I CITY TO FURNISH
TO CARRY MATERIAL I from a jitterbug contest to on ur-
tion Is poor. The affected monkeyslive
.... ON AMOUNTS OF In the trees surrounding the FESTIVAL BOOTH;'show, the "lighter" side of the program -
Larger Trees to Bear
'cage in which the spectators walk. of the Redlund District Fruit

Blossoms, Fruit in DISASTER LOANS Mr. Bobo, baboon at the jungle, Festival which starts Wednesday

Summer I and his wife, Mrs. Bimbo, were .COUNCIL DECIDES and runs a full week, including

I glad when the period of freeze 1 Sunday, is designed to pp il' to
With the Worlds Fair of 1 40 Jut at the height of
No limit has been placed on the was over. I Members 0- the city council liome folks as well as the thousands -
little than two months the cold snap their first child, i iI
a more size of the loan a grower or I I who will come down from
voted to furnish an exhibit booth
Beano three weeks old andit
away arrangements art being from .the disaster I
|[ Miami.
took some pretty close cuddling for the city of Homestead at the
made for the shipment of trees, loan corporation, It was announced -
and hugging to keep him healthyand Redlund District Fruit Festival at|[ The dance content will be under
shrubs and plant from all parts at the Homestead office
warm. Beano likes warm a meeting of the council Friday direction of the Redland District
of Florida to beautify the groundsof of the organization at Legion Hall weather, and now he Is as friskyas
night. Lions Club, and local! terpsithoreans -
the Florida exhibit. Horticul- yesterday, and the security is not ever. In fact, about all he does
The decision made after E. will psrtlclpate The sir show
turalists from the Florida exhibit during his waking hours Is to was
under the direction of Foster L. confined to first mortgages alone. frisk-except during lunch time H Gallaher, manager of the festival will be presented by the.Delta Air

Barnes are scouring Florida's deep Since it opened Feb. 8 the offIce and then, of course, he has to stay I appeared before the council Corporation, a crop dusting company -
swamps, hammocks, pine lands, has received applications for pretty close to his mama. and made a plea for the city to cooperate which has a fleet qf airplanes -
flatwoods and coastal regions for loans totaling approximately $173- to make the fete a success based at the local airport
the choicest plants while leading .
000 from farmers and The "fattest woman in theworld"
nurseries and Individuals all over growers GROWERS : Councilman B. W. Morris was
DADE will be hand to display
the state are contributing len'erously whose crops were ruined in the II named to supervise the construc- on
I her avoirdupois and there will becages
towards bringing a Florida recent freeze. The Individual I. tion and decoration of the booth. I
of wild animals and II contingent -
atmosphere to New York. I John W. Matthews, under contract -
amounts sought run, In some cases, I GETTING $10,628 of performing ponies sod
Peer 8,000 tropical plantings I :I to audit the city's books, presented -
into sums of five figures.The monkeys A midget show also is
will be moved northward the first a report of the municipal ;
loans are to be secured by IN AAA CHECKS on the program. The Lions Club
of May for the opening of the financial condition during the past
"Jitney dance" will be held intent a
fair on May 11th. Eighteen large first mortgages or liens on ma- |I I six months The report showed
as will the local Legion post'sbeano
grapefruit and orange trees together chinery or other chattel property. I $10,330 had been budgeted for the I
with tangerine, kumquat, They are for a period of one, two Checks totaling $10,828.54 to be 1{'(, half-year period and that $4,386 I game
calemondin, lime, pomelo, shad and three years to enable growersto distributed to farmers and growers had been spent for current ex- There will be no "throw" games: ,
dock, lemon and limequat trees finance procedure of producing of Dade County under the 1939 penses. The councilmen gave the games of chance or other similar

will be sent to the fair. This year crops, from buying seeds to soil conservation program of the report a cursory perusal, after : concessions
the citrus trees come from widely marketing. Agricultural Adjustment Admln- which it was turned over to City Among the latest to acquire
scattered sections of the citrus G. P. Luce la the agent In chargeof I tratlon have been received by Clerk R E. Edwards. I (Continued on Page Six)
H. Steffanl, county agricultural -
,belt and represent numerous va- the loan office. The telephone Charles
(Continued on lap Six) number Is 800. agent, it was announced
yesterday. Game With Andrew Jackson Tonight
The checks will be given those I

I Huge Aloe Vera 0 rop, Unusual Tree I over-planted rowers and farmers their acreage who have allotment not Marks End of Growers' Cage SeasonThe

Display to Be ,SeeIn n at Davis' Gardens soil building, have carried program out and the other-AAA Growers of Homestead High Hospital Benefit Ball

--- School will rlnf down the curtainon
I wise have conducted their -
addition to an extensive display stance within the leaves is util- under provisions laid down their 1939-40 basketball season To Be Held Tomorrow

of rare and unusual tropicaland by the administration. in I game with Andrew Jack- Night at Country Club
ized.The School The local
subtropical trees and shrubbery Davis Tropical Gardens are I A total of $62,000 will be distributed son High tonight.
various operated by Mr. and Mrs. Julius by Mr. SteffanL Addi- boys' record so for shows 12 wins
from parts of the losses. Arrangements are practically -
(Continued on Page Six) 'tional checks will arrive at stated and eight
world, the Davis Tropical Gardens Intervals. After tonights game the Grow. complete for the hospitalball

on Hainlin drive, six miles west ers will take up the business of to be held at the Homestead -
of the Federal highway has i"money" Voters Have Only preparing for the eighth district Country Club tomorrow
to Keep
Hunters Urged
crop of approximately Until March 4 for basketball tournament which will
20,000 aloe vera plants for distribution Distant From Pastures be held at Miami Edison High night The proceeds
to I clientele throughout Primary Registering School March and 9. They are dance will be used to help

the United States. i Hunters recently have been hitting paired with Danla High School for purchase equipment of the

Aloe vera Is a medicinal plant March 4 is the dead-line for something besides the little their first game.Considering new Homestead hospital, new
for the treatment of various skin registration of voters for the folk of the fields. Some of the the dope from an
under construction.
diseases and Injuries and Internal primaries to be held May 7 big folk have felt the pellets from angles Including the good showIng -
disorders. It is sold to beone of and May 28. shotguns. the Growers made even hen Lets, In keeping with the
the oldest remedies known to Place for registration In Cows have been the victims of they lost games, the local tea. has Hawaiian theme to be used Jn
man A native of Africa, the plant this area follows: careless aiming of guns' and in I good chance of going far in the decorations, will be given at
was transplanted In South Amer- Precinct 113, Redland District several cases owners have had the tournament, it Is opined by many the door Harris Johnson and
ica severs hundred ')'Vare ago. Chamber of Commerce task of picking out lead from hides.C fans. Some believe they may get his orchestra from Miami will
Brought to Florida It was used as offices in Homestead. B. Parker, owner of the AI-I over the hump and make the ..latemeet. furnish music for dancing,
an ornamental uU 18 years ago Precinct 114, city clerk's office pine Grove Dairy on Krome 1i I and I floor show will be presented -

when its commercial.. use was at Florida City. said several of his cows were hit In their last three games, the .!
started. Precinct 112, the store of by hunters' shots. Some were hurt I Growers made 141 points) to their Preston B. Bird, chairman
A. W. McVicker at Princeton. seriously. Mr Parker urges hunters opponents' 69 points. They garnered of the hospital' fund, is assistIng !
practically Precinct 111, the store of to seek hunting grounds a 70 of the points in their the Kappa Phi Delta sorority

stands about two and a feef Mrs. Anna M. Kelly at Silver little more removed from pastures!game with Delray Beach here in making the arrange Imenta
'I The entire thick paste-like sub- palm. where live stock graze. (Continued on Page Six: ) I .



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Pace Two THE LEADEJI-EN.TEKPIS11 February .23. .

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; SENSE OF HUMOR Mrg.Dies Myrtle in Kessinger WashingtonMrs. FLAMES MENACE REDLAND F. F. A. Redland F. F. A.Chapter delegate, wa at l"lhi: "ie


r SEEN AS FACTOR Myrtle essinger 40, a HOMES CAUSE vlser of Redland I F. J A.. lisa. lethe ]
frequent visitor to Homestead, ;
8:00 a F. adviser'of the r F" A.1
Monday night at : p. m.
died unexpectedly Wednesday at
FOR ENDING WAR her 'home In Washington, D. C GROVE DAMAGELocal ,F. A. federation meeting was held atlon meetings.

She had been In 111 health for at Lemon City. At this meeting,plans were coral
rr I ,i several years. firemen were busy Rex Romloe president of Red- pleted for the F. F. A. federation.! ]
Optimism and the week tIJt.ul hln.
a good sense off throughout lit
I A native of Lewisburg, W
land F. F. A. is presidentof of work. Plans
program were also
f humor are some of the greatest burning vegetation which hal been ]
(( gifts of man and are factors that, Mrs. Kessinger had been coming Uoder-hk line beilnf killed by the F. F, A.. federation meet- completed.for the F, F. A. fede i
to Homestead each winter for her
exhibit at
atlon the
: CO far to diapers the evils of the the recent cold map. Redland
world, declared Dr. Ceo. C. Williams -i,health had, returned for the past home six two years. She Vacant lot In Homestead and Vick, vice-president of trict Fruit Festival next week. .. I

president of the Bryan Memorial fields and grovel near th* outskirts -
Sunday: School Class' at I I ago.Surviving Mrs. Kessinger .we.'j were the scenes of most of I
Miami the fires and In most the
and former president of cases
husband, Arthur Kesiinger;
Ithaca College. I W. flames were extinguished before
parents Mr and Mrs. J. G&L
"The evil that Is sweeping Eu- ,man of Florida City; five 'they could cause damage. :
rope would make way for good If Dewey: Freeman and brothera'I' The only direct damage from the ,
the dictators had a sense of humor man of Falrmount., W. Va. William flames was caused to the groves of ROOFING CO.
i that would permit them to Indulge Freeman of Lewlsburg and Francis I,V. M. Grennell on Rose road
\ In a good hearty laugh at themselves B and JS l,\eet&n of Homestead :just off Redland road northof
and this humbug of a war ; and hbo Msters, Mrs. Bur- Mowry street Saturday night. Johns Manville
would soon blow up," Dr. Williams ley Dendy and Mrs. Boyd Coher. A mall grove of limes and
: said. "The former Kaiser lost his nour of HoirtfiftdI another of oranges were ruined Bonded Roofers
kingdom because he could not I! Mr and (il'rreeman, Mrs F. :and the Grennell horns and out-
laugh at himself or with others B. Freeman Mrs. Dendy, Mf.. bulld'ngs! were menaced I
As a matter of fact, there II no Cohernour And Jack Freeman hil e Scares of acres of grass In the
humor In Italy, Japan, Germany '' left to filled; timersIces ae1- I section west of Homestead were SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN
or Russia today." I''I which will be held Sunday'burned with no particular menaceto
Whatever set-back may cornel morning at Lewlsburg. adjoining property.
to the highest and finest Ideals of I I Monday afternoon a ten-acre
Manufacturers of the Famous
civilization I we may rest assured Record Smashers Listed I field on Mowry street near Sixth .,
that defeat Is not permanent, and I avenue burned and the adjacent
For Biscayne Regatta G & L
: whatever is right and whatever homes of Adrian Moon and R.
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Is good ultimately will have its Miami Feb. 22.Not only:: are!M. Benitez were saved by firemen.A .
way with humanity, the speaker,the holders of six worlds records strong breeze throughout the e SOLAR HEATER
said. The world Is beset with poverty -I enrolled among the entries for the week In addition to the combusti-) j'
crime, unemployment and 27th Annual Biscayne Bay Regatta, bility of the dead vegetation necessitated )
war, but also there Is plenty Saturday and March 2 I unusually quick action on .
: Sunday You are invited to visit our' completi9exhibit
1 very
dustry: and righteousness and 1J1-1 the part of firemen.
and 3, but as many new boats in ,
of imported and domestic tile and '
are blessed with peace, various classes will make their other.
said. All these chaotic happenings first competitive appearance In the chap's seat." Then she bent toward tropical roofings. -
today are but the birthpangs of anew event. the young man saying in s de-I
and better world order which The Miami regatta Is the oldest lightful tone: "Oh, Mr. Jones It's
will make for the greatest age In continuous speed boat regatta In a pleasure to met you again." G & L ROOFING CO.
human history the country, and for a number of A big silence. I
I "Remember that faith Is not years has been sponsored by JackEvans. Then the young man got up,
faith! until it is faced with that' I j saying: "Yes do sit down, Bridget. I N. E. 79th St. & R. R. Phone 7.1675

which seems Incredible; hope Is I' S. Mortimer Auerbach, holderof 'I I don't f'.ne you out on washingday
not hope save when the day seems'hopeless numerous world's records will !' Is the laundry closed, or! MIAMI, FLORIDA
and the only opportunity Introduce his latest Emancipator I what-Montreal Star i
we have for optimistic expression']In the 139: class; Forest E. Johnson I _
Is when the horizon is draped with
Is finishing a new Class Ej I
clouds of pessimism," Dr Williams boat; Gibson Bradfield'of Barnes- \

said !; Vllle Ohio, is putting the finishing
;. touches on a new 225 Young Jack
"Look here Hiram when be yougon' Cooper, ion of "Pop"! Cooper the 0 i
'I to pay me them eight dollars record holder has a still unnamed
lor ''I've
pasturln' heifer?
your 225: and the old Jay Dee Is being
had her now for about ten weeks"
repowered and rebuilt to rate as
"Why, si, the critter ain't worthmore'n gold
a cupper.
ten dollars." i 1 '
,"Well supposln' I keep her for I The bus was crowded. Two \
what you owe meT" sprightly girls entered, and one, x
"Not by a jugful. Tell you what standing beside I young man who
I'll do; keep her two weeks more I I was seated said to her friend: OS
) and you can have her.-Ex. '"You just watch how( I Ret that I Xk


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1937 Ford 85; Sedan-reconditioned from I x

top to bottom ; guaranteed motor. I 1

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1936: Chevrolet Deluxe Tudor Trunk : ,
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clean inside and out; good black .. i

finish and tires. : ttAIONS "Nr '

I let's get together. S REASONS WHY YOU WILL 'ur y You SHOULD
YOUt t'rUSlD: CAt
1936 Plymouth Tudor Sedan-Owned and If you wont late model SAYE BY RUING NOWT 1 ogeur ChewoleDlAllfi FROM

1 operated in the district by orri'owner; d" car or truck with modern CAV/CAII used cars t e IIne :: '''

:Nti t one of the best useJ cars we Rave had. Improvements a very prlcld to sell best vo use d car' and :te:.
: ; fast In order to make
llJU 2 "a-
small of
0., amount money room for more trade-ins. 'bu
I Cnevrola y born
1935 Ford V-8 Sedan-Looks a'n'd'runs co t dealer your
We have what .
you want AVEBu? nn-be- 3 :: with .if
: t'' good. fori prlcel rl.. Y Chel'rolet
". I It you have an older car -and save the difference eo"dltior/: t e ea oaf: : '
) 1935 Plymouth Tudor Sedan-a good looking or truck to trade SAVE SUI Inter con- 4 to"'e.t t
: fine late epe mseposelbis
a !;;a en a dltlonl" +
i : j car at the right price. i 1 model used pe nee on your 01: are n. quilt y, jurat! price'"'ItJa: 1'

ear Che

: 1935 Ford Pickup-being reconditioned; ; JamYaiu have SAVE non deprtcla-your old .nnused Ir.nde car betth ndy,1"a
car. Trade up now. -v"'i't e "If.'
i ready for sale next week. I what we want IIJIt 4na Fluci
SAVE Save costly repairs -
: o ti taa.r.i e. iss
I 1934 Chevrolet 1'/2-Ton Cab and Flat Body aew.Me.a..aa.. Osiae ts.rr-M old r.r. on your

--32x6-8-ply duals; priced to sell.\ I

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Bird'Chevr let. Company
Oldest Chwtiet Dealer Florida East Coast ;

Homestead; Florida Telephone 98 I II HOMESTEAD FLA. PHONE 98 J(

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: 23, 3940 THE 1'JADEH

afternoon at the grave aide .t l MARINE CORPS WANTS MEN men now exist In the United States
PRINCETON NEW I Woodlawn Cemetery by the Rev ILOCAL, STUDENTS by Capt. A. C. Small, officer In
A. L Bridges, pastor of the South I charge of recruiting In this area
POLLING PLACE I Miami Baptist Church The Turner !iTO GET LESSONS An unlimited number of "vacancies with headquarters at Savannah.
Funeral Home had charge of for ambitious and alert ;young Ga.Redland .

OF PRECINCT arrangements.The FROM I
112 widow of James W Penny,, "KNEE-HT
she came to Perrlne from Georgia I
24 years ago. Surviving her are -
As a result of a petition of 403) seven sons Thomas J. Penny,,I Knee-Hi will be In Homestead Brand

regiatered'voters, the Dade county Charles T Penny, Albert S. Pen-_Monday, March 4, ft was announced -
of commissioner have ny, Madison Penny, E. T. Penny I .
changed the polling place of Pre- and James C. Penny, all of Per-
cinct 112 I The small wire-haired terrier
from Redland to Prince- i
rine and Frank P. Penny of Del-
ton.. "- that has given lessons In safety Fertilizersare
ray Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Ids I
Precinct 112 now combines old Murphy of Perrine; two sisters, before more than 1000 schools In I
precincts of 70 (Princeton) and 71 Mrs. Carrie McDonnell and Mrs. the Atlantic coast states, will give I I
(Redland). It extends from the Mary Black, both of Valdosta, Ga., demonstrations In Legion Park and I .
north aide of Avocado drive to and two brothers, S. L. Downingof at the Neva King Cooper School manufactured in Homestead
the south side of Silver Palm Valdosta and Henry Downing auditorium School children of 1 I
drive, The petitioners asked the Homestead, Florida City and the 1 I
change In the polling place because I Redland District have been Invited 1
they-pointed out, Princetonis NEGROES SNATCHWO particularly to. see the canine! by a: locally owned company.
more centrally located teacher. :
The petition was taken to the Knee-Hi will be met at the outskirts
commissioners by Geo. Cooper and IAN'S PURSE of Homestead by local police I Mixtures are carried
John P. Neafsey.It members of the state highway I
Is believed that Precinct 112 band of Homestead
patrol and the
now has as many voters as Precinct FLEE WITH $135Two High School and escorted to the I on hand for every
113 (Homestead). The old Homestead park. Here Mayor Tom Harris will
precinct, 72, used to extend Introduce Dr. Ceo E. Bruiuon
north to Waldln drive but now negro boys, each about ten who Is In charge of the safety need.
the north boundary line is the years old, who snatched a purse programs, and Jack Dalton, WIOD:
south side of Avocado drive. Pre- containing $139 from Mrs. E. JFacetti announcer
cinct 112 now has the area be- fish market proprietor, At the auditorium, Knee-HI will Your is
tween Avocado drive and Waldin Sunday night, are being soughtby display her uncanny knowledge of patronage
drive. I police traffic rules and regulations She
The theft occurred on Krom will demonstrate proper way I
avenue at the F, E. C.; railroad for dogs and humans to cross the always appreciated.
"fl BIVENS PLEDGES crossing Mrs. Pacettl was on her street and avoid motor traffic the'
way home from a motion picture dangers of growing careless in
SOLID SUPPORT show at the time. The boys darted traffic and general safety measures
from the shadows of a building Some of the things she will bring Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
grabbed the purse and then flee home to her audience will be
FOR PARTY RULERestoration on the tracks toward the negrc cross at crossings only; dont play FRANK B.RUE.MGR.
section In the street, never try to bea
The stolen money represented autos; dont play around cars; stop MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
of look, listen.
the two-thirds week-end receipts of the fish market
rule for the nomination of candidates A good description of one o; Knee-Hi has a "working knowl HOMESTEAD, FLA.
by the national convention, the boys was furnished police b* edge" of spelling and mathematics
thereby reclaiming for Florida and I Mrs Pacettl. Several suspecti I and will give a demonstration of
t other southern states the fair and were Questioned by the officers these accomplishments.
t equitable parity which the "solid I.
South deserves, Is one of the
pledges of W J. Bivens of Tampa
candidate for Democratic national '
committeeman. from Florida.Mr. .
Givens also states he will
Advocate ,and support party rules First in the Dearts
designed to }give the greatest possible r ; ,
opportunity for the expression -
of the free will and Impartial
choice of the rank and file of the
party.Mr.. of its CountrymenA'OU

Givens was born at Tampa ,
40 year ago He attended toe
public schools there and was graduated
by Hillsborough High School
In 1917. He received his degree a a
in law from the University of {
Florida la 1822 He was presidentof
the student body: and a memberof
Theta Chi and Phi Delta Phi
legal fraternities
Mr Bivens started the practiceof
law with the firm of Shackle-
ford & Parks and later was a mem-
ber of the firm of Bivens & Hlggini -
At present he is associated
with the firm of Worth, Bivens
&Lively.He .
was a member of the 1929
Florida legislature He was a
member of the Hillsborough coun- Y
ty Democratic executive committee
from 1932 to 1936 and of the state
Democratic executive committee --sa:
from 1936 to 1940.

Last Rites ConductedFor .
Mrs. Jane Penny don't hive to look farther Its thrifty Dyooflash power plants' i !M 1,fnr-Jttr mtjil / revuethe S*snit model

1 than the nearest parking I lotto now balanced I afttr assembly,five* flint,Muk. Whim uJnufJI sires .",,,....1..
Funeral services for Mrs. Jane fee how the public hat taken it twice as many DeatwftheBunclito ,
Amanda Penny 811,- ofPerrtne, e e e
who died in a Miami hospital Feb this 1940 Buick. Votes as another,, as doesitschassis ,
19 following a short illness, were construction. Buick at best buy at pick any
conducted at 3 o'clock Saturday Although it ia not the largest teller, With soft and easy coil springs all other. And three out of five who

: ,_ polls of public opinion I mark, it around it's only natural that some rate Buick No. 1 say if I the wauW

clearly as the car "first in the two and half times as many peOtbat: gives it the edge.

Tropical Cafe hearts of its countrymen" pIe pick Buick as best for ride. So it's not surprising when polls

And a two to one vote on room is show more people wanting Buick
I I deal aorta el city ban On general appearance, for, instance ,
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA Duick jets understandable in view of the than want any other car and
SUl'ER'sclOIc-to-he-feetfrontaeat. when Buick's midwinter sales
better than a 19%
vote as best look. But the really satisfying thing to bit new peaks.

Regular dinner .,? 50c' tog- to 11% for us is the way people size: upBuick's And shouldn't that, in turn logically

Plate,Junch .......... 35t so E t pe the Number calm suggest better get yours
Two car. Half again as many people pick Haw- and be sure of having it?

1 MIA, Ylonare Jennet, Prop

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. Lady Attendant
Phone S64-R Homestead fa. r

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Pave Four THE 'LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 23 1940

U.....4 .A""u.u. terms "Vocational Service. Rotarians -
LOfZiDA Ir KA10 0'iat mr
endeavor In all their business
THE LEADER-ENTERPR1SE and professional dealings to I

maintain principles of high business
P.IoI....... rrUnn M HMM lra4. fit. ethics and standards, More
ft* M. SMth Dde PiMMilm Cmwiir.K .
.un4 M Mmt4 elut man matter over, they regard their vocation
....... II Jill. M the _t .ftlM M II a service rendered to the community
".._04. ,........ ..4.. the let II
...... '. IITI. not Just as'an Instrumentfor
private gain.

ass ARCHER ............ and edits Then there Is "Community Served
We hear it referred to as
civlc-mlndedness, or community -
.. _t..,. ... 1'........ betterment. Here Is common

ground upon which ws all can
tTBATRirriON RATES meet. We all want our communityto
.. DU CM.ty ....... ..._........ ......._ I1.M be the best, and wt generallylike
006"s .r Dade cometvThirtyfive _...._._.._.. fl." to take an active part in com

munity-betterment activities. Rotarians -

Years of are personally dedicated touch
service and even beyond that
RotaryIn They help worthy Itildf,if fo com

an address before a Rotary plete their educatleasat Thty help
district conference at Schenectady, crippled children organize Boy
and Girl Scout troops, boys clubs,
N. Y, a few year ago, the speaker
old: provide recreational centers, and
the like, not In the name of char-
"Thinking of Rotary, I visualize ity but always In a sprit of thoughtfulness -
a series of concentric circle. which,
and helpfulness to others
starting with the smallest and goIng -
to the largest, I denominate at One of Rotary's basic objectivesIs
community national, and Interna- "International Service," which tc.oss
tional Influence In the center I we learn Is defined thus: "The

wf Rutury International ai a generating advancement of International understanding WWII(
force of Incalculable valueIn good will and peace 'r LIM' AND
through a world fellowship of
creating civic and International '
conn,:!loufineis. The healing spirit business and professional men. KuMQuk
and uplifting Influence of Rotaryare united In the Ideal of service.. In

sorely needed In the world today the light of recent world events,
Rotarians might excusably register

"Standing ai !It does for Inherent discouragement, but happily
honesty, fair dealing, orderly they know, as we all know, that
the peoples of the world do not .APr k .
justice, and the right and worthof ... ,
the Individual and the definite Like war. They abhor It 'f1DIDkS
obligations of the Individual to society Walter D. Head of Mon lalr, o'f

and of society to the Individual N. J.. president of Rotary Inter. \ 58, 66 6.sg;
I ice Rotary In this ever- national recently said "Rotary ( ,
shrinking world doesn't strive to prevent or stop ,'Mlt.-S..
as a powerful ... ...
itubili/lng. factor designed to secure wars; it strives to remove the basic (
common understanding and causes of war which boiled down I
are International Intolerance, ill f
peaceful relations among men and
among nations. I bespeak for Ro-, will and misunderstanding" Then
tary ,International a continuously, commenting upon conditions m V
Increasing effectiveness andpower" they exist today In many countries
In which there are Rotary clubs,
I'Pmark.1 he sold: r 29 t
"Interesting, we may .
"but what Is the rest of the story"I "W must hope for the future. "

the Let's servtce-club take a look movement at Rotary! Most and always Man will has.come Then to when his senses hostilities; be Due to the abundance of other' edible cording to the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries,

of us have heard and know something cease, and men set about repairing varieties of lo'Iorjda'lab, the South haa long over 6,000,000 pounds are produced annually
about Rotary. Most of us the blemish their follies have I overlooked the real nutritive :value and being shipped mostly to middle western

know something of other organizations created you will find that those delectable taste of the Fresh Water Catfish. sections where this food fish is extremely.

such as Kiwanis, Lions, Exchange the principles they misused will be The impression that the Catfish is shippedto popular.
greatest in their
Clvltan, Optimist, and perhaps ally rehabili The LIMEQUAT is interesting
tation. And you will find other sections and sold as salmon is a a very
other worthy clubs; all mv International carrying on Rotary in its fallacy. Few people realize the tremendous member of the Citrus family. It haa a
ice clubs-all part of the service'
club movement. We give special tame unobtrusive way healing proportions developed in the FLORIDA sweet rind and acid-like pulp. It is very

emphasis to Rotary! because lal wounds of ill will and intolerance.The hardy and grows well in southern Florida.

the pioneer of the aervlce-club fellowship of Rotary will be AcA0

movement, and this week Is celebrating -i there reaching beyond national his home and 11NNINIINIIN/II/NNIMNNIINNNINMNNMINI/IIN,.
boundaries, racial and religious
IU 33th and
Rotary Observance Week. prejudices, embracing all man- headquarters. l Children in CourtBy
kind in International "Wednesday morning while
Paul P. Harris, hale and heartytoday friendship"This
I denotes riding in from his home west of HatfieldFNINNMNINNMIINIMNNNNN.MIUNNMwNI
at the age of 72 is the father both hopefulness and Years Ago111111I1101111I11I1111I11I1111I11I111111I111111 Judge Malcolm
of the tervlce-club movement InChicago optimism on the part of a world- town Everett Loveland was thrown j I
I wide organization which is this from his wheel and knocked .un- //".
one blustery night In
February IMS, Paul (the flnt week observing Its SSth anniver- conscious. He was found by his I STOCK MARKET SPECULATORA
uncle E. C. Loveland, who picked
name'habit Is Rotary's) and a few iary. young man's parents had filled
fta e Vases. 11..m are taken him up and carried him to Dr.
lends met and unknowlingly at ..... even film II she H.vasetand him with a desire for riches During
the time planted the seed of Rotary Poland and Spain Have Role Olin ..t.k5l.k.d ..... 'I 1911.me Tower's .
W a..a r1-l. 11..w sad.w .... I his entire life, from the time
Paul and his friends were Desperate PlightsThe 6" OH. IT IM1. ..... 5... n,1.... "The Citrus Exchange packIng -
he completed high school until he
men of assorted business, men Vatican's startling disclosures 56004 Leader. house was running full blast
who wanted to get together once In of the plight of the Polish Feb. 18, mt"The this week, getting off 13 can of, graduated from the university, this

a while, lean back In their chairs people under the Nazi rule reaffirms Homestead Growers' Association -- grapefruit."Prices are better than youth was motivated by a strong
relax and just be friendly. It stories that have filtered will ship between 20 and they were. I' desire to become immensely
wasn't long before the original 11 through from that hapless country 21 ears of tomatoes this week ." -"Th. M. C. Hardee farms are wealthy.
group expanded. Men of other since the German occupation, -"Council met in adjourned shipping nine and tea can of tomatoes '
businesses and professions were which were at first discounted by session on Tuesday evening toconsider a week.Editorial." I When they set up this ,goal for
taken into the ranks The basis of I press and public as being too fantastically bids on constructing the -( ) ". ,A 60 foot canal their son these parents did not
Rotary membership then, at It 1 I.: horrible to be true. Mass foundation for the new unit of having a depth of eight feet would' take Into consideration that there
today, was one man from each I,shootings, plundering and persecution electric light plant. George Fuller be the biggest attraction Homestead are other things In life which are
business or profession In the com are listed In 'Catholic reports appeared before the council could possibly secure. Good- more worth while and desirable.
munity.It as the rule, rdther than the and turned that every Inducement sited cruisers would easily navigate They were so engrossed in pushinghim
wasnt very long until other exception I be made to secure additional day a canal of these dimensions forward to the goal of position
Rotary clubs sprang up round Several Catholic priest have users for the current for all pur This would open up a waterwayto and power that they had little time
the country. Then Rotary Crolledthe been killed, and the Vatican radio ," the bay,from whence the yachtsmen left to develop his character.By .
United States-Canadian border station has broadcast that 70 percent pol"W.. J. Carter has sold his and fishermen, would travel the time this youth finally
then It crossed the) ocean; and today of the people of Poland face Redland tract of ten acres to H. southward to Caesar's creek, An- I reached manhood he began to
we find Rotary clubs In about starvation These broadcast, C. Brandenburg of Georgia." glefish creek Steamboat creek realize that the task of acquring

80 countries or geographical divisions based on eyewitness reports, have "Wm. Brodle has bought the and other points, and enjoy the'I money was a slow and tedious
of the world. As years passedand been so strong that the German Rhodes tract of 40 acres near the finest fishing and cruising waters prooeas. He wanted to get rich
Rotary became truly worldwide government baa made formal Redland laboratory. in the United States. We all know I without any delay but realized
other service-club groups diplomatic protest to the Vatican, "There is a kerosene famineIn and appreciate the benefit the that he needed capital to accomplish
came into being, most of them accepting saying that the radio station is South Dade at this writing canal would be to croppers on the his purpose. H* began to
the general principles up- participating In enemy propaganda (Tuesday) due to the Inability of glade who would thereby ltl'ur'l reason that with his bank cleric
on which Rotary was founded. We against the Rrich. the transportation people to get greater protection from excessive salary of forty dollars 4 week It
must not regard such Imitationas I The latest available figures, released the stuff here In sufficient quantities rainfall. Not only this, they would would require years of pinchingand
such, but rather as the acceptance by the Vatican secretariatof to keep up with the demand" find In the canal an easy method I., saving to acquire_ enough
,F1 I 1 of something which had been state late in January, placed -"The health officials have decided of transporting/ their crops to money to undertake the business
tented and found satisfactory. the number of political prisonersIn to lift the flu quarantinenext the packing house The small sure I'venture he had In mind.

1 j. Now just what do Rotary clubs Spanish jails and concentration Monday ." needed to dig the canal within the I I With no character training to
do? To mention all the activities camps at half a million men -"B G. Branch of Waycross,' city limits should not Operate chart his course, he decided: that
.'. engaged in by Rotary clubs, would and women. On a per capita bails, Ga.,has bought the W. T. Lanier against the voting of the bonds by using a portion of the bank's
: comprise a long list, and ..,'11 not this would be the same as If cottage in Royal Palm addition for this purpose ." I I funds he could make a fortune on
; i attempt It, but first of all as a 1.000.000 persons were Imprisoned Mr. Branch is superintendent of, the stock market Since hi had
i basis for service activities: Kotar- In this county on political charges. construction on the F E. C. and Public opinion Is everything.With overheard some confidential Information
fans stress fellowship, acquaintance The total tosses on the battlefronts I It nothing can fall, withoutit : to the effect that certain -
and good will in the club. or at the hands of firing tbnsa, even during the World War, nothing can succeed. He who stocks were going to rise, be
That's quite logical, for isn't it true squads, are even more startling has suffered such casualUe I moulds public opinion goes deeper I(,,I,was successful In his speculation
The most reliable estimates place Though hostilities ceased tenmonths than be who enacts statutes, for but before he could take him profit
I, having >> the death roll at 1.204000-en a ago, the a/lermata. of war tine moulder of public opinion land I replace the funds be had
other can accomplish a tot throughcoordinated per capita basis, the same a* If is still evident Food is scan and I' makes statute possible or (:illegally appropriated, a state
effort? T.000,009 were killed la the United prlcee are High, and the>llgbt of sible to.execute.Abraham impoe-j(:banking examiner; discovered the

f ._ Next, there: JR. ,what ,R "'7,,States. No country la ,modern.the poor I* desperate, coin.-: .,_____ j;misappropriation.!

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February 23, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five_

,..,T"""""""""""""""'1'1'1''''' it li doomed because ot the great IS; Estonia, 6; Finland. 8, Walter Locke, editorial writer color when be states that 30 percent
CURRENT disparity, between the overlordsand It; taly, 3; Japan. 1; cnece'f;|on Gov. Cox'a chain of "Newt"I, of our population hat 60 per I
the great middle clan, unless Lithuania. 1; Norway, 28; Panama Il ]paper, paints a picture In sordid (Continued on Page Ten< )
they make radical changes or rub ; Russia, 1; Sweden, 27: Yugoslavia -
COMMENTBy It all out and begin over againHe .!. 4nwa1"

AGNEW WELSHUAUatais.a.a.MAaaaaa.ta calla Hitler merely a "pustuleon Thole of low tonnage were

..... the fact of a deeply-tilling doubtless fishing tmacki. Striking SEE TilE
world" and says if they do get rid mine was probably the cause of
Editor', Nets! IIr. Walsh stem.,- of him the disease "will manifest most of those lotae
r.rawal@ as hto "Caress" _a.r itself in tome new spot" unless a a I a

..3M. .Is eplnla.an..r.ne.. Addrar at at..wwaa.aar.ni.s.lea. ., new order it created. Hit utterances Some farmers are both able and New Ford Tractor
to Aaa.w w.w. ad M. L would be regarded at highly
AQA lito, MwI. MOld seditious( by most nations. willing to express their view In

lie* Toot -belT1 said a good I I a no uncertain terms at witness the

many of the girls reminded him Lloyd's Shipping Gazette, the following letter from one In Minnesota

,cf I poor photograph: they were great authority of the maritime industry to 0 the Breeders Gazette On Display at
_overexposed and underdeveloped. printed the shipping lossesof
a a a "The big difficulty with our nation
the warring and neutral nation It we are long on lazy men REDLAND DISTRICT FRUIT FESTIVAL
Speaking before the Political to Feb. 11 at SOT vessels In and short on honest ones There It
Vnlon of Yale University on Jan. addition to the 21 German ship another class that wear kid glows
11, Adolf A. Berle it quoted by the destroyed and 21 captured. The
and no tocks who couldn't buy a
Associated Press ai laying that losses by warring nations were bumblebee a sweater with their 'NEESE MOTOR CO.

when the hour of rehabilitation Great Britain, 149; France, II; own money but whoee votes count ,
comet for the war-torn European Poland, 1. MIS'1
I Just at much at those of the taxpayers *
nations we may feel called upon The tame authority gave the who keep them" At which "Next, to Homestead Postoffice
to make them I free gift ot "our low by neutrals at follows: Belgium :Lem Perkins exclaimed, "Al n'\ it 'J I iur

accumulated gold." What, right on 5; Netherlands, 9; Denmark,;I the truth? t" r .. MVnYlaall'IM,MlWala11AY111W11WMP1-' ,i'F + ",. ay """"
the heels of that ,1811 war debt

fiasco? Neln,.Prof., Neta.Thote I
s a

mart little Jape cry out of
two mouths: with ont they cry to
the Chinese "Peace or death";
while to ua they whimper that the
terminating of the economic trade
pact with them by ui will force
them to economic ruin. Why did

you start your war, anyhow? Besides -,
that, a vote taken by the Gal-
lup Institute shows that 7} per
cent of those voting favor a ban
on telling you munitions of war.
So there )'ou.In .
Our English cousins are again
crying "Shylock" at ui. The Bishop
of York said we were doing "noth-
ing but getting rich in the supply "
of munitions," etc. You should be I
right darned glad we are supplying OWN

them. The good bishop hat a ; .'
new string on hit lyre: he call this
war "a struggle for liberty." The
last one had something to do with

democracy, didn't It? .

A former Vienna, Austria physician
in address in Can-
a public
add, laid filler could not win the INSURED SAVINGSLargest
war lie painted this picture of
the Russian people: "A patient,
plodding, lovable people but with .
94 per cent of them uneducated Mutual Savings' Institution in the South America's Oldest Federal

It takes more than a uniform

and a gun to make a good soldier. of this class considered the
Shakespeare caught the vision In the past five years the First Federal has mortgage are
soundest of all private Investments. The resources -
when he said "Thrice armed is paid over one million dollars in dividends on
he whose cause is Just." Maybe savings, in addition to accumulating large re- of the First Federal represent( a diversification -
this account for RU lla'1 of investment over several thousand
helps serves. The current dividend rate' is 3'-: per
bitter defeats at the hands of the Reserves are growing approximately of ouch loans. In addition to this protection,
Finns, with a much Interior forceIn \ annum. Dividends payable semiannually and the Association's large surplus or safety
point of numbers. $150,000' a year. furl) savings in the First Federal! are insured
determined the
; at rates currently by
to C,000.
David Wilcntz, the New Jersey Board of Directors. up

attorney-general who sent Haupt- Most of the larger and stronger Federal A few years ago home mortgage Interest
man to the chair for kidnappingthe the rates in Miami averaged about 8' < per annum.
Savings and Loan Associations throughout
Lindbergh baby, is vacationing Today the best mortgages of this doss are taken
nation dividends of 3'%' or are reducingto
in this vicinity. Meanwhile pay tt interest rates averaging about 6',. per an
Huuptman't widow is devoting her that rate in 1940. Few northern savingsbanks
num. Higher interest rates can be obtained!
life more than 2 ,{ on deposits. At pres-
to clearing her husband's name pay inventing In weaker moitgagoH which
only by
of the crime declaring her Im- ent prices the highest grade listed bonds, Including -
Federal to
Involve risks the First unwilling
plicit belief In his innocence and government issues, yield less than 3%
teaches that in the
saying the would spare no effort per annum. All listed bonds, no matter how assume. Experience
to bring the real culprit to Justice. safe they may be, are subject to market fluctu run higher average dividends: can be paid by
the safest at lower
ation. Insured savings in the First Federal are accepting only
It. G; Wells, eminent British free from fluctuations of the stock and bond Interest rates, avoiding losses, accumulating
historian Is publishing a new bookIn strong reserves an operating efficiently at low
market and from the hazards of uncertain
which he makes bitter attackson cost.
the British civilization and fears business conditions. ',41.(
The,First Federal is a mutual savings institution !.
The dividends institution can
any ,chartered and supervised by the United
and depend earnings. In the "
WHO WOULD properly pay on
States Government. Its resources at the end
long run, the ability of any sayings institutionto
calendar have been follows
elieve of each year as :
operate safely and pay fair dividends dependson

its ability to obtain sound investments, December 31, 19:13: .. $ 8.3RO.CI

vital Next than to oxygen anything water elM. to U man-more avoid losses, build strong reserves and December 31, 1934. .. 200,300.1! !

operate at low cost. In all these respects the December 31, 1935 .. 1753678.23:

kind.With war over half the earth to- First Federal ranks high among the best of December 31, 1936 5,596,862.75

day-the air it full of dramatic the 1,400 federally chartered savings institutions December 31, 1937 8,771.977.81
thrill and chilli. Radio brings in the United States. It is operated at
It set it out December 31, 1938 .. ... 11,692,773.67December
events instantly. your
of of the large and
the lowest cost
of order-Call U_We repair ALL any 31,1939 11013611.09
makes. sive institutions of its class in the southern

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pans She THE LEADER.ENTERPISE _Friday,February 23, 19.1& 4

Retired Minister\ : Tells to perfection and the assist In taken to the fair are dioramas I tree, which I* supposed to be idesn itt
Lions of African completing play were superb.I paintings, sculpture and historical I tical to the one from which the ; ..
Trip I '
The Growers started piling up the and educational exhibit Several thorn were taken to

INTERVIEW WITH score from the very start of the carloads of Florida beach when he was on his dE",'",
Dr A. N. Vivian of Philadelphia moved north for '
game, the first quarter ending 24 sand will also be crucified. The legendary
retired Methodist minister"Ito 4 In their favor. At the end the Florida beach now being con- torture tree commands an lmpowy

DIVER AT WORK told of his travel through Egypt of the half, the tally 'was 39 to 9 structed. I I ing place In the grove. Ever*;'
and northern Africa In talk be-
a in Homestead's favor. CoachT. The railroad which have generously square Inch of this tree above the: <
fore the Redland District Lions
J. Blcier used 12 men In the offered to carry the 34 cars ground Is covered with strong, :
Marlneland, Florida Feb. 22.- Club Tuesday night He illus- game.It needed to transport exhibit material sharp thorn It I is said no living 1 'J
(Special)-At 10:30: p. m., Friday trated his talk with photographs creature '
are the Florida East Coast except man and 5frds0
the second time this season I
night, Feb. 23, Robert L. (Believe Dr. Vivian, who has been spend was Railroad the Seaboard Airline will touch the tree. Chinese bant
that Growers shellacked
It Or Not) Blpley will broadcast ing the winter In Miami for the the
Delray. On Dec. 11 they took the Railroad, the Atlantic Coast Line :dlta were supposed to have fast, '
past written several
what It believed to be the first years
ened their victims ,
and the Richmond Fredericksburg to the tree
travel books. upstaters to the tune of 39 to 9. I uk
coast to coast conversation with i and Potomac Railroad. a means of torture j,,
diver under water ever made. Co- Homestead also ran up a high
lumb.i: Broadcasting System will FESTIVALContinued score in the game with Lake I AU varieties of ornamental ender
Worth here Feb. 15. The local fruit palm are on the Davis pro pt"
carry this Believe It Or Not specialty ALOE FARM erty. |
over IU entire network of 87 ---- team won 41 to 17. Throughout I "
stations and 'will be heard by some ( from Page One) the tilt the Growers were away There are six palms arranged .
ahead and slowed only duringthe to form a succt. The palms *
20 million of people. up srs
from )
booth Is the-'Technical (Continued Page
Mr. Ripley, in the corridors of space High last quarter. In this frame the In a small circle and their branches 11'
world'i School of Miami "which will be visitors made eight points. Davis. They acquired the prop- 'form an almost rain-tight met >
only oceanarium at Marine
the only ehoollJlIIlllMlde the Red- The Grower were a little con erty two years ago and came to The tuccl
Studios, will carry on a two way land District trf'M: was originated by,.
represented at servative with their scoring In the make their permanent home from Jews of Isreal when *
convention with Bill Zciler they T
the festival ,Uti l lI
whom Mr. Ripley featured In his I game with Ponce de Leon In Miami Toledo after being winter visitorsIn fleeing their persecutors. During*! *
I are being made the Redland District for 17
last night. They won the 'of
Believe It Or Not column a few for an "over-flow* of their flight they chose camping
exhibitors,i Mr. Davis I L a retired
31 to 22. year "'
month ago. Bill Zeller's dally said E. H. Gallaher, the manager .game, _____. jeweler. places at night In thickpalm
task li to clean over 200 porthole Several concessions groves to obtain the protection of
I In the two huge oceanariums at local business concerns and exhibitsof have FLORIDATREESContinued One tree In the Davis grove the spreading branches. The sued*

Marine Studios, surrounded by taken space outside the west wall. which has become widely known gradually became associated with p"
giant deep-sea specimens. William Folllard will have through publicity by Rob persecution and grief and today*" '

Zeller will describe to Mr. Rip- restaurant facilities In a chargeof tent. ( from Page One) ert Ripley In his "Believe It OrNot" artificial succls are used during

ley exactly what he sees a* he Boxes for fruit to be exhibited rleties, Fortunately the larger newspaper feature Is the rub- special services in .yna1ouea.f.;
walk about the floor of the ocean- for prizes will be furnished by the trees were taken from the groves ber tree which hat grown through throughout the world.
arium 18 feet below the surface. last and have been a wagon wheel. The tree trunkIs n
Chamber of Commerce It was an- summer carefully There Is a tree which will bear,
He will discuss In detail how it nounced. They may be obtained tended In the exhibits' slat- nearly two feet In diameter and eight different varieties of fruit1",*

feels to be suddenly confronted at the festival building tonight house In DeLand under the super branches have grown downward This has been accomplished by,
with a 12-foot shark and the sensations and exhibitors are requested to vision of Morley Martin so that through the wheel spokes and grafting. A bush soon will bear a 'u
experienced In face have not been damaged by taken root In the ground and roots *"
meeting return them packed after Monday they wide variety of roses, also as i'
to face, vicious sting rays and huge' night. the recent freeze. During the summer I of the tree have Intertwined result of grafting.
jewfish, as he these trees will bear both (through the spoke and around the !:
maneuvers around The voting system will be used There Is a tree whose fruit tastes j i'
the wreck of a sunken ship where In determining the prize winners fruit and blossoms at the World's hub.A like another
number of the trees bear traditions oysters, whose fruit ft
eels and
moray spiny lobsters among the community booths Mr. Fair.Many Is similar I to the yolk I of an egg
the origin of which has (
scurry for cover as he passes by Gallaher said. Special judge will of the smaller plant used and there is a fruit which
been lost in The for- u
antiquity. tastes
This Believe It Or Not broadcastwill select winners In the other divisions last summer at Florida' exhibit /.
like ice cream and is palatible
bidden fruit tree, called because only
be the second in anew series Approximately $2,000 in have been housed during the winter so
begun last Friday night, and will prize money has been listed In the In the New York State Pavilionat It Is supposed to be of the when Icy cold. ",
be an All Florida feature with the festival premium book. the fairground, which has been same species from which Eve Several Holy Lemon trees' are, ;
plucked an apple to tempt Adam, about ready to bear fruit. The !l
musical portion originating in On Sunday afternoon of the kept heated, but it was found too
draws Interest. The tree Is a native fruit of these trees is used cxcUiiJL
Miami and Mr. Ripley broadcasting fair week the choir of the Home- difficult to preserve the SO foot
of Asia and Its fruit 1* similar cluslvely In Jewish religious service -
direct from Marlneland. stead Methodist Church will palms and 18 foot citrus trees so
sent a 13-mlnute pre- they have stood all winter In to an apple and has an Individual *. When they reach maturity
program. *
Well Drillers Free Four radio program of activities Flushing Meadow gathering snow taste. Then there i* an the l t'e:: are protected so they the1:.;'
African will I contaminated bfr
cherry tree, the fruit of
their dead branches.
at the festival will be broadcast and ice on .
Ancient "Garbage' Heap"Tampa. dally. WIOD will broadcast from Coconut, cocoa plumose fish tail, which Queen Victoria I I. supposedto hand of man. They are said to "
i nave desired exceedingly but have originated In Palestine. : *
the scene while WQAM will send date, Washingtonian and other ;
Feb. X2When startled out program sent to Its station palm will be brought north to re- never obtained. She was said to The Lengara tree, a nati've'otS{ '
water well drillers "brought In" a by telephone. place these.A have offered fabulous sums of Africa, 1 I. said to exude the great**'

gusher of gas, water mud and I Charles H. Steffanl. variety of native Florida orchids money for small amounts of the est amount of pleasing aroma of"
rocks near Tampa, they ran to call agent, will be In agricultural will be shipped north this cherries. any living plant. The tree sends '

the boss, and, the the boss called a newspaper called |of the poultry exhIbits. charge Com- year together with alrplanti. gar There Is the crown of thorns forth Its aroma only_at night. ,..
munity booth chairmen are: denias and Spanish moss. An ornamental
a professor Geologist Willard B. Homestead, David Barnes; Flor- slat house is being constructed

explained Phelps of the that University the of Tampa Ida City, W. J. Geronimo; Princeton to house them and manyof Green: : Lantern: Restaurant .
spouting was "
Ceo. Cooper; and Goulds, A. them will be on sale. Exotic
caused by "a 10,000-year-old ,or. W. Lindgren and Judge Mitchell orchids from South America will
bage heap. Adjoining Hotel Redland -
D. Price.FINAL.
enhance the beauty of the orchid
Ratting vegetation had accumu- exhibit. Mrs. Given Victor Proprietor '
lated In a prehistoric Florida Among the new exhibit being
marsh and had been burled 63 GAMEContinued --- -

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A large cavern was
developed by pressure of methane ( from Page One)

and nitrogen gases, formed as the Wednesday night. Delray made
plants decomposed. Freed by the 30

drillers, the gas required 12 hours The 70-polnt game sets a record I [

to get out.Teacher. the for local high school.points in the history of When You Go Shopping

: "Now, children, a col- While most of the players were
lision Is two things coming together hitting the basket almost at

unexpectedly. Johnny give an ex it was the machine-like
ample." the Growers as a whole that WIII'I

Johnny (shyly): "Twins"-Ex. the score skyward. Signals Pi

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REDLAND DISTRICT : I over his listings. fj&

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Friday, February 23, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Page

I Eight-year-old Douglcs Ingram William Gtron'lrno, Jr., who is put year was read by the troop
I son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ingram attending Riverside Military Academy treasurer Ardel Penman .,,1 a
t and of Newton road, has been In the In Hollywood spent the week- meeting of Homestead Girl Smuts
In GroundHomestead I hospital since Friday receiving. end with his parent here. at the home of Mrs. Frank Skill.
treatment for burns.
[ severe Scouts will report at the next
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bowman and meeting If they can be t''Ct used
Mrs. Geo. M. Frick will spend daughter Rhoda Jean, left last from school on Good Friday toatend
the week-end visiting her daughter week for Mla.nl. a camp at OJus.
.j, Miss Virginia who Is a sophomore I A round table discussion on

... J at Stetson University at De Mrs Richards and grandson, good grooming and proper nro

S D. Redd MriA. Mrs. and land. Mri. Frick has. been visiting Jackie Hawthorne left last week of hands, teeth and hair wns heldby
J. Mrs.
Mrs. Don Talbott are her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. after a visit at the home of Mr. the senior patrol under the
,.r'. Eaugherty. Mrs. Lloyd Delta and announcing the birth of a daughter Lee in
Jacksonville for the past and Mrs. Walton Dixon. supervision of Mrs. Skill. The
.J'' Miss Helen Livingston spent Mon-, Donna In the Post Graduate week
Scouts also studied the legend of
!tf day and Tuesday In Key West 11 hospital. Wednesday. i
They visited Mr. and Mrs. Hunter I Mrs. R W. Mullins Is reported! the spathodla tree which they are
I George Fogle is In University recovering from her recent illness planning to dramatize.
nelce and nephew of Mrs. '
Harden Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Hutchinson I hospital in Coral Gables where on One group of the senior patrol
Upedd and former residents of.
(of Homestead have as their guests, I II 'Tuesday he underwent will entertain the leaders and the
Homestead While there they attended -i I ;Mr. Hutchlnson's an operation Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillips of
parents, Mr. and i to correct a bone misplacement other section at a luncheon Saturday
the visit I of worthy grand Miami were recant of Mr.
$ i ;Mrs. W. L. Hutchinson of Richmond guests
In his at the Skill home.
J matron to the Key West chapter! Va. I right leg. The Injuryresulted and Mrs. C. S. Phillips .
from a fall several years Intermediates made original I designs
,\ O.E.S. I ago. .,' for belts, bracelets, etc., frontshells
Ruth Reams, daughter of Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. J.'Cook announce and water colors. They.
Parman returned to his and Mrs. Philip Reams of Red. Mrs. Elizabeth Ross the birth of a son.,Bobby, on Sun I made silhouettes from seeds and
who has
t.How.rd Chicago Tuesday after day at the Kendall
land la In the Kendall hospital been hospital. shells.
I visiting her brother
and sis
: brother and ..llIterln.j for medical treatment ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. 'Jb --"'+" The tenderfoot girls studied

,law Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Parman. Qullllan\ tor several weeks Thomas left for Frank Crasso left Monday for first aid and bandaging with a

.. Mr.' and Mri. J. R. Byrum had I her home in Lansing Mich., last Chester N. Y. triangle bandage.
Mrs. Julia Polk has been 111 at as guests on Saturday Mr. and week. Tuesday evening, a group of
her home on Avocado drive for Mrs. Sam Powers of Anderson S.I I Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynch of Roanoke the scouts met at the Skill hometo
several days. CH and Mrs. Va. see the passing of the planets,
Lucy McJunkin of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong are guests at the Palms
Fort Lauderdale. On Sunday, Mrs. I I had as guests Wednesday Mr. and Hotel. Venus and ,Jupiter which will
Miss Margaret Berger daughterof Byrum visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Mrs. H. C. Shugart, their daughter probably never occur again in a

Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Berger who i Duress In Coral Gables. I II Mrs. L. E. Schalund and her Mrs. Elvina F. Thompson and ]I hundred years.
has been studying at Florida State
children Barbara and Robert and Miss Charlotte Goes left Tuesday
College for Women has returnedto I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mn. W. J. Haney all of for Columbus, Ga. Want Ads Pay-Try Then
her home here. She will enter I
of Naranja had Chicago.
as guests .,, .
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Tulane University summer and Wednesday, Mrs. Belle Brown of i I Mr. and Mrs. E. Rigid and Bal-
play dlamondball New Orleans.Mrs. Vero Beach Mrs. Ruth Springer Mn. Robert Darelng was takento tus Putman moved Monday to theirnewly .
of Boyle. Miss.. and Mrs. W. J. the Victoria hospital on Tuesday -I acquired property on Elev-
C. E. Eichenberger of Na- :Fitzpatrick of Miami. Mr. and for medial treatment enth street.
ranja had as guests on Sunday I Mrs. Wm. Todd of Detroit were I EXPERT
Mr. and Mrs. John McCombs of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fitzpatrick Mrs. E. J. Dyal has been con I II Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Desmond '
Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. A. Z. Monday fined to her home for the past two and Fred Brocket accompaniedGeo. I
Brown of Winter Garden I weeks with Influenza. H. Todd to Key West on Wednesday I BARBERINGHAIRCUT

Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott visitors on Friday Mrs. Bull'i I

have at a guest for several weeks cousins, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ulmerof CITYBy Mr. and Mn, H. Andrews.. Mrs ...... 40c
Mrs. Christine Appleton of Pitts Burghill, Ohio. Mr. W. W. Severy Efflyn Carroll and Mrs. Minnie .

, burgh. .., Lutz spent Thursday and Friday SHAMPOO ...... 40c
Mrs Walter Easton of Lo Angles In Key West
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Branch of
Mrs. Bertha Denby of Warren,|i Is visiting her parents Mr. Miami are announcing'the birth ofa MASSAGE ...... OcBUSH'S
R. I arrived Sunday to spend and Mrs. Chas. L. Ooley, in Red- daughter on Monday. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. Megner of St
and Mrs. Louis Wagner of
the winter with her son andl|land. Branch Is the former Miss Lois Miami
were recent guests at the
dauflhter-ln-law, Dr. and Mrs C.H. .
Whitehead of Florida
City. home of
and Mrs. 8.3. Shields.
Denby Mrs. Denby visited another Mrs Guy Johnson of Los Angles -

son, Dr. John H. Denby, In i j Is visiting her sister Mrs. D. Mrs. Lloyd Delta attended the Miss Edna Nell Richards
Kirksville Mo., for several months|]D. Smith in Redland. Eastern Star meeting Key West 11 ter of the Rev. J. J. Richards and BARBER
before coming here.
this week.
Mrs Richards of Homestead was
Mrs Katherine Richardson of among the 68 students at Wesleyan SHOPN.
Mr, and Mrs F Cornell, Mrs|I{Coconut Grove district manager Mr. and Mrs. E. Farr and grand College whose names appeared on
Harry D. Wolfe, Mrs. Anna Mes- ,of the Woodmen's Circle, and Miss daughter. Bernadine, left Saturdayfor I the honor roll for the fall semester.
. .._. serssnith, Mrs.. I, P, McLean. Mrs. Abble Holden of Jacksonville, a trip to Cuba and Key West I
,.",E. S. Capllnger Mrs. Blanche state 'manager, visited friends in They will return Friday Miss Mary Dana Brown and KKOME AVE.
Chapman and Mrs. A. W. Jones )I Homestead yesterday Miss Cecilia Virginia Harper of
attended a district meeting of Mrs. Emmett Crowson Is visitingher Homestead are among the 367 I
Rebekah lodges in Coconut Grove Mrs. W. G. Anderson who has father Albert DiNegro, in students at the Florida State College .
Tuesday. 11 I been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. Key West this week. for Women at Tallahassee AAAAAAAAAAA AA AAAA A AAAA

H. Ewing, for the past month left who made the approbation list,
Mrs. P. Tymer of Tavernier un-11 Wednesday for her home in Win- Mr.: and Mrs. F. S. Howe of which is equivalent to making a Keep Your Face
entrant a tonsil operation In the |j field, Kan. Deadwood, S. D, are house guests| "B" average or better In subjects
Post Crauate hospital Tuesday. of Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Vercoe.Dr. .
during the past semester.Homestead Looking And Feeling
Mr. and Mrs. B. Beasey who have
Mrs. J. T. Martin Mrs. W. D. been visiting in Kentucky for several and Mrs. F. H. Hubbard of 1.,1111111111.111111I.H.H1.1,1.111HIN11.11NN Fit With This NewTOWPRICE
Coker and Miss Pearl Whitaker months have returned to their Detroit left Monday for Yankee- Girl ScoutsBy
attended a district convention of home In Redland. town, Fla., after a six-week stay
Woodmen of the World In Coconut at the Lewis cottages.Mr. Melba VanWinkle
Grove Wednesday. Mrs. Jeanie Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Moye had as ......,....."..........................,......,.............",..... Gil/elle

Willardson of Omaha national guests on Sunday Mr and Mn. and Mrs. G. Di Mario left A report on how the money
vice-president and Miss Abbie John Wlghtman, Mri. Mary Gibson I Friday for Lawrence, Mass., after donated annually by the Homestead 10M
Holden of Jacksonville district and her daughters, Frances I s stay of several months In Florida Rotary Club to the troop
manager were guest speakers. Grace: and Nell all of Miami. I City each year was spent during the
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Write the Future Chapters of YOUR Life k % Prfcel

. in South Florida --- Land of Better Living Got ii ail", "eysbwaifat

'ass ;
Fi from so.er
You CAN own a home here, because I have properties to suit all tastes and fit all pocketbooks. ssra.eew tAl

stoat mod V.s.ai
or An Uuequaled Buy in a Redland District Home

A red tile entry leads from a large low walled lawn with shrubbery and fish pond. Into a screened porch blade
onto which apeD the ..pat'lolISlvl room aid dining room. Entire Interior Is finished In velvet knotty pine with .1J users
soft luster. Each floor Is distinctive with finest linoleum laid with border stripes. Real fireplace Light airy all- everywhere an switchingto
electric kitchen. One large bedroom has three exposures and two eedar lined clout*! the other, two exposures the new Thin Gillette. AM
and one closet. Modern bath with shower two linen closeta. COMPLETELY FURNISHED WITH BRAND NEW I no wonder. For this precision-
MODERN! FURNITURE. Two car irate with laundry room and hot and cold shower. Large poultry home roar made blade fits
acres of orange lime and avocado trove, about half Urge, and bearing and not hurt by tbe recent rold. Four your rator exactly
acres unimproved land good for citrus or avocados All buildings and trove are In perfect condition. Telephone I .,.gives you betttr shaves
paper mail milk bakery Ice laundry delivery! and school b.... The city offers nothing more-tint la desirable end lots of them at real saving

.; Now brace yourself for a shock--all of this for .8,.00 total which Is $3.500 few than actual cost The only I Buy a package of Thin OUUtUe
reason Is that business opportunity has knocked elsewhere for the owner. But this offer holds for ely three from your dealer today.
weeks. Mont delay your decision to Investigate.

Eleanor Froscher, Reg. Real Estate BrokerOverseas k

Highway, 1 Mile South of Homestead Telephone 526-J P. 0. Address, Homestead, Fla.

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Pace Eieht THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, February 23. 1940 >

I .. Social Events in South Dade .,. "; 1



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Mn. DOOM J. Mainline of Pensacola risk Mrs Florence Lee, Mrs. B. Q I Feb. Xi-JIospItal Ball at Homestead Mr. and Mrs. C..J. Parman of a member of Alpha XI Delta lOt
worthy grand matron ol Branch Mn. J. '/. English Mn Country Club starting' at Homestead are announcing the orlty. She took business training!)
the O. E. 8, paid her official visit Robert Harris. Mn. Lloyd Dietz, IOp.m. marriage of their daughter Edna at Walsh School of Business]
to Ad Astra Chapter of Homestead ,Mn. Herbert Kits Mn. Ceo. W. Feb. 2$-Townsend Club meeting Jeanne1 to John J Frye of Norwalk Science. Until.her marriage :M...
Friday night Turner, Jr, Mrs. Harold Sheffield in Neva King Cooper School Ohio. Frye WIIIIIIt Ness Moterl
The btU WM decorated In orchid Mn. A. R. Meybera Mrs. W. B auditorium at 1.30 o'clock. The marriage took place on Company and in too office of]
and silver, the worthy fraud mi- Flowers, Mn. Robert Bell. Mn. J. Feb. 2 -Meeting of Redland P. Feb. f in the Hollywood Methodist Justice of the Peace S. Lc Ke
tron' colon. The well at either A. Daugherty, Mn. Lena Knowles T. A. Church with the pastor, the ***. -
end of the baD were tinted In Mn. Paul Reynolds, Miss Lucille Feb. 27-Quest. day meeting of Rev, Floyd C Cooper performing Mr. l'r1t.came to Homestead!
orchid. Silver eandlebra furnished Driggen. Miss Hazel Sullivan, Woman' dub of Homestead.' the
the light and tare vases of silver Misses JuTli. and Mildred Sullivan Feb. 28-Mar. Redland District attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Frye of j
fern were med M decorations. Nomuft Hendry, J. C Bridell, W Fruit Festival Mn. Frye came to Florida Cityas Norwalk. A native of Ohio, hoi
a Bird and Harry W. Christian. a child with her parents from waa educated in the schools-of]
Mn. Mainline was Introducedby 'Halnllne honored by Feb. JS-.Me.tlng Lily Bow Norwalk.Mr. '
kin.: was Toledo. Ohio. She was graduatedfrom
Mrs. Frank Schneider, grandnatron the chapter at a luncheon served Book Review Club. Homestead High school in and Mrs. Frye are now Uv
/ of Ad Aitra Chapter. The Saturday noon in Bamboo Tav Feb. 2 Meeting of PresbyterIan 1931 and attended Florida State ing In Norwalk where Mr. FryoJI
officer presented a drill using Auxiliary with Mn. Geo. D. College for Women where she was I ta in business with his father.
purple scarfs and birthday honors ern.Those present were: Mr. Ruehle.

were accorded Mn. Mainline and Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mr. and Mar. 1-Meeting of Ad Astri GROWS UP IS
anniversary February
of Miami
Mn Walter Fandry Chapter of O. E. S. I
22.Mrs. Halnllne Mrs. Edna Butterworth of Penasv Mar. 1-Meeting of Episcopal: HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. PROGRAM THEME c'
was presented cola, Mn. Marlon Neeb of Miami Auxiliary
with a silver tumbler aa a sift Mn. Frank Schneider, Mn. Her- entitled "Businessand --lines-of activity at the Fruit Festival : (,
from the chapter, and Mn. Mar. 4-Business meeting of A program
bert Katz, Mn. J. W. English Mra I resulted In the appointment ; '
Schneider presented her with a Turner I Junior Woman's Club. Government Grows Up", one j
Lloyd Dents, Mn. Ceo. W. Mrs. J.
sliver recognition pie knife of from her the chapterIn 'Jr, Mn. Mainline and Misses Circle.Mar S- Meeting of Outlook of a series, was presented at Monday .I of Hammett two committees., assisted by Mrs. Virgil tjf[f'.iLyon ''i
Esther and Helen Livingston. night's meeting of the Homestead '
and Mn. Lloyd Delta, will t
Miss Either Livingston ai state Mn. Katz entertained on Monday Mar. 5-Meeting of general W. at1'!
Business and Professional be in charge of ticket taking
chairman the Masonic Home I
M. S.Mar..
with a luncheon at her home Women's Club by Mn. Flora D. the festival entrance and Mn.

fund.Mn.. Halnllne and Mn. Mamie Avocado drive for Mrs. Halnllne. 6-Legion Auxiliary meeting Myers, Florida City town clerk and i Archer, Mra. Roy Chandler,
Lander of Orlando right worthy II in Legion Hall at 6 p. m. Dade County Democratic precinct 1 B. A. Waldin and Mn. Myen }
grand associate conductress of the Covers were laid for: Mr. and Mar. Meeting of W. M. U. committeewoman. The various manage the club's booth at
Mn. Fandry. Mrs. Halnllne, Mra Circles. I federal commissions: were explained young fruit trees of tropical Benl
general of United
grand chapter
Neeb Mra. Butterworth, Mn. English -
States, gave short talks. Mar. (.All-day meeting of W. by the other members present ties, ornamental plants and
Mrs. Turner and the hostess
Roy Nelson played several violin M. U.Mar.. and a discussion of the local I flowen will be sold.
situation closed the I conflict with
pre-election Because of a
selections to accompaniment playedby 11-Business meeting ol
Mn. J. D. Redd, and the Lyon DR. ADELLE HAMPTON VISITS Homestead Business and Professional program. Mn. Cina Stewart, president val dates the club deckled to .
brothers quartette sang several WO AN'! CLUB OF KEDLANDS Women's Club. presided. pone its March business meeug.
songs. Dr. Adelle Hampton of Miami, Discussion of the club's two to March 11. M t1
Mar. 13-Meet.ln of Redland
Other guests Introduced were: an active worker in the Businessand Mar. Homestead School Car- 1
Mn. Professional Women's Club, JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB Grace who 1+
Harry W. Christian of lllaml, nival in festival building. Mary English played
Mn. r. E. Mank of MiamI. Mn. was guest speaker at a meeting of Neighborhood Circle. HAS PATKOTIC PROGRAMA several piano selection The eM'

Nanc)'. Rickard of Miami all past the Woman's Club of the Redlands Mar. IS-Meeting of University patrotlc program was presented tire group sang songs. .
worthy grand matrons of the state; Tuesday In the club building. Dr Club at home of Mrs. Julian H. at a meeting of the Stephen Mn. C. Hagler Rice ,resigned 7
Mn. Marlon Neeb of Miami, grand Hampton told of the International Webster. Foster Junior Music Club yesterday -\ one of the sponsors. 'y
conductress of the state; C. R. Federation of Business and Professional Mar. 13-Meeting of Homestead afternoon at the home of Others present were: Betty.Loiil
Kemp of Palataks and F. E. Mank Women's Clubs, their accomplishments P. T. A. executive committee.Mar. John McLean.On Harris, Valerie Campbell, Surtjj
of Miami past worthy grand patrons and their condition 18-Garden Club meeting the program were, Barbara I and Frank Hagler Rice, Rufus ."
; and Mn. Mabel Jones of today In war-torn Europe.It with Mrs. H. Ruegg. Jean Wakefield. who told of the Ashby, Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield
Miami, grand instructress of District was reported that $59.20 was Mar. It-Election meeting of orgln of the national anthem, and end Mn. I. P. McLean. 4?
29.Miss cleared on the Orange Blossom Woman's Club of the Redlands.
Alice Macomber presidedat Festival held In Redland recently.The Mar. 20-Meeting of Homestead
a punch bowl made of ice and I money will be used to remodel P. T. A. in Neva King Cooper .
surrounded by silver leaves. A the club house.
rest rooms in School at 3 p. m.
I Urge birthday cake decorated In Mar 20 Meeting of Cleaners
Officers will be elected at the -
orchid and silver was cut by Mrs. next meeting, March 19, Mn. B. Class with Mrs. Laban Bishop, Jr. -
Huinline and served with ice A. Waldin the president, an Mar 21-Local exhibit and all- .
crt' m. The favors were orchid, nounced. day meeting of Homestead Home
i r."indies, .
Club home of
Demonstration at
Others present besides those Those present at the meetingwere
mentioned were: Mr. and Mn. Hall I E. A.: Mrs. Seymour Mn Dane Mrs. Mrs.Mar.Ceo 28 N.-Junior Wakefield.Music Club 1"01 U1'.l DilliHUI t fI '1.liijlllH1: i'.IIII
Carter Dave Kufeldt
NlkilU Mr. and Mn. II. F Mac-
Barbara Jean Wake-
meeting with
Mn H. J.
later Minn, Mr.Mr.and and Mn.Mrs.Chester Ralph Stewart, Mn Armstrong.Frank Stillman Mn., Clna Mrs. field. THE DIXIE: DRUG

ward, Mr. and Mrs. Walter chron-I H. Heinlein and daughter, Patsy, I I
son, Mr. and Mrs. Dcnj Dr. Hampton and Mrs Waldin. JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON- '
erts, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Beachem, j I MRS. \CKI.ER ENTERTAINS .. Homestead, Fla. Phones 30 and 8101 :
Mr. and Mn Arthur Logee, Mr
and Mn. Chas. Q. Turner, Mr. and -
Mrs. A. R. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Helen Hackler entertainedthe
Mrs. E. J. Norman, Mr. and Mn. members of the Rain or Shine I
W. D. Caves, Mr. and Mn. Loren Club with a luncheon at her homeon Uwe For high Intake of both i t
FORTIFIEW A D get this
Pusey, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. tales Monday. fortified Vitamins Halibut and Liver Oil.
Mn. Margaret Kemp, Mrs. Mabel Covers were laid for Mn. JulianH. II s Dependable highest quality
Pfister, Mn. Christina King. Mrs Webster, Mn. Frank Skill Mn. t Ada oil. Makes it easy to get large t tf
T. J. Chapman, Mn. Lola Beck, Fred 81 dd. Mn. T .J. FaUlt Mrs. doss ol vitamins.
Mn. Christine Owens, Mn. Jennie Frank B. Rue Mn. Lee H. Lehman z
Taylor, Mra Norma V. Tay- ,flijji, )Ira. Hackler. % Z SCUll
lor, Mn. Carol d. Remley, Mrs 000 YOU

Pearl E. Remley Mn. Pearl \\ Halibut Liver Oil 50C
Challle, Mn. Elsie Mondroff, Mn BUILD
Ella Schooler, Mn. Maud Mur FORTIFIED ,
f PlOOUf
dock, Mn. A. C. Albright Mrs. OR A

Clara E. Farr, Mn. Nina Rickel, I
Mn. Winnie Blythe, Mrs Lois 0" BUY LUNCHEON
Watson Mn. Mary Ellen Darfleld, % r
Mrs. Violet Day Mn. Mae Mlxon
Mn. Ethel Vandecar, Mn Adds I DAILY
M. Clark Mrs. Gertrude Delaney, \
Mail that New home MODERN-will
Mn. Luella Fahrlan. Mn. Nellie
Raymond, Mn. Birdie Wllley, Mn.Mollle nf electric Cookery, automatic iltctrie 11:30: to 1:30 \
Brown, Mrs. Mamie C. water heating, electric rtfnirt- K
Nielsen, Mrs. Lillie Carrawsy Mn. plat .J o..A I. leitflitioiisd
tieR wilt basis coffitirt )
Virginia Davis, Mn. Mabel Hold- Med to put up with
erman Mrs. Helen S. Douse, Mrs T*. M "d. fctoojsre* light iiiiitiiiiif. Take fd adoutage vM that clogged stuffed

Lua Dundas, Mrs. Eva L. Pan, Mrs. a*. .,... a Ua bus fin SMarti. ( if"itipdm" electric rlt... feeling In nostrils.. Try .

Minnie Brehmer, Mrs. Daisy Pad .. rvranaaol Wen*. Vs Ask it fir iilirssititi; HI iur advisory this) preparation. See
gett, Mrs. C R. Kemp, Mn. Harriett Seer to Ladle ant) MSI Verb I nrvlci. Wit PUS Smfei f how quickly it open
of a .... W. wa omA I
M. Tallman Mn. Louise youi nostrils so you .
Wilson Mrs. Evelyn Kindle Mn. Sheltoa ThermtfM tsit'i Irn. breathe easier.
RajtMi Wenms, Mrs. Blanche Morf CMqaJ..1
Wave ROY CHANDLER.: Mgr. '

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February 23-, THE ADER-E TRRPisE Page Nine

MRS. FLOY WATSON AND MRS. RUSSELL nut Grove conducted the school

HORNE ENTERTAIN GLEANERS CLASS I Pie and tea were served after
I the meeting

f L Social Events JI Mrs Floy Watson and Mrs. Russell -'at the home of Mrs. Laban Those present were: Mr. and

Horn were hostesses to the!! on March 20 when Mn. F. Cornell, Mrs. Anna Messer-
ilJr BlshoP'1 smith Mrs. E. S. Caplinger. Mrs.
i Gleaners Class of the First Baptist I Roberts god Mrs
i Church at the home of will be hostesses. Harry D. Wolfe, Mn. Blanche

Watson, Wednesday alternoon.Mr. M..1 I I Those present were: ), Chapman, Mrs. I. P. McLean, MnW .

,SUPERVISOR OF ART PROJECT SHOWS C. H. Denby and Mrs. Alex' Delllnger. Jr. Mrs. S. L. West, D. Mahan, Mn. Came McCuIlough. .

P T. A. HOW PORTRAITS ARE SKETCHED I Lanier sang solos, Mrs. J, Lee 'Mn. J. C. Davis Mrs. S. C. Hurt, Mn. A. W. Jones, Mrs.
Mollie WIngate, Mn. Daisy Chron-
: Smith played a piano selection Mn. J. A. Hudson Mrs Gordon
and Mrs. Watson read several Ivey Mrs. Denby, Mrs. BerthaDenby. liter of Coconut Grove and Mrs.
jj,: demonstration of portrait said, were the purchasing of a I Kendrick. .
poems. Mrs. Caves, Mrs. Lanier,
curtain for the stage of the
sketching was given by Wm. F. During the business period, Mrs. Mn. Bishop Mrs. Roberta, Mrs.,
I Neva King ( > auditorium, the
wood of Miami supervisor of the! installing of the cafeteria, and the W. B. Cave, Jr. was elected assistant Olsen Mrs. Home and Mrs. Wat YOUNGER SET HAS

J'Miami federal art project, at the purchasing of a piano, motion picture secretary.In son. WIENER ROAST AT PARKA

'Homestead P. T. A. meeting Wednesday equipment and playground observance of Washington's wiener roast was enjoyed bya
afternoon In the Neva King equipment. birthday a patriotic color scheme MRS. GORDON IVEYIS group of the younger set at the

Cooper School. Mr. Wood used as The ninth grade girls sang, was used in the decorations and HOSTESS TO a A., municipal park Monday evening

'J. model Miss Effie Mae Waters, "Jeannle with the Light Brown refreshments.The Plans for a week_ e} prayer P1** After supper, various games were
I a high school pupil Hair," by Stephen Foster and the next meeting will be held gram to be held on if:art t t were played. .I

: In observance of Founden Day, eighth grade girls sang three I '<. made at a meeting ciHthe' GlrTs Those attending were: Miss
: ."W. R. Bird, the president, recounted Italian folk songs under the direction POISONOUS VINE DISCUSSED! Auxiliary of the. Fiqt bBaptlst Lucille West, Miss Virginia Dor- I
, briefly the history of the of Mrs. Margaret Mills. : AT GARDEN CLUB MEETING' Church Monday afterneyn at the sey Miss Maud Canady, Miss :

national as well as of the local aslaodation. The association voted to send An article on the crab's eye vine,I home ofj fte sponsor, Mrs,;,Gordon Elizabeth Mcllwaln. Wm. Mc-
The national association, i two dollars to the Florida Congressof an ornamental but poisonous vine Ivey. dmAfter v', Michael Ansel Barrow, Robert
lie said, was founded 44 years ago,I Parents and Teachers ai a which Is grown here, was read at I the numbers Kinard Eugene Bell Bill Hutchinson -

.and-the Homestead P. T. A., 19' Founder's Day gift a meeting of the South Dade Garden -, various games program were played, and Roy Martin, Martin Bishopand
The local unit Mrs. Birds the Club Monday at the home of Roy Ryan.
.yean ago. was reorganized room won attendance cocoa and cake were served.
In 1925 but did not really prize In the elementary Mrs. Joel J. Robinson. Mrs. N. O., i.
Girls present were: Geraldine MRS. T. D. FICHE GIVES
Ball who read the article also displayed
',ftCover ground until 1927. Among school: and Miss Mabel Williams'room
and Wynell Shepherd, Marie Bell, WIENER: ROAST FOR CLASS
samples of the vine, Its
'its accomplishments since then, he the high school.
seedpods and seeds. Virginia Kelly, Ruth Byrum June The Fisher Class of the First

"' Mrs. D. W. SheUUnc, chairmanof Vann, Betty June Jenkins, Thena Baptist Church held a wiener roast
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Gopp, Mrs. Louise Everett, Mrs.
Rose Alfonso Margaret Cason,
the billboard committee, read a recently at the home of Its
ENTERTAINED AT DINNER Chas. L. Ooley. Mn. Oda Zachrey,
Betty Schauberger and Oudla Tur-
statement from the national bill- teacher, Mn T. D. Piche.
Q' Members of the Junior Woman's Mn. Walter Thompson and Miss boar chairman ner. Those present were: Miss Adrian

:Club of Homestead were enter- Ruth Schildgen. I Mn Holllster Sage read an article Callahan Miss Merle Jenkins, Mils
'.tallied at a fish dinner Monday Those sending gifts were: Mr. entitled "Florida Garden' REBEKAH LODGE HOLD Iris Caplinger, Jack McMtchael

a night at the Bamboo Tavern. Mn.,and Mrs. Chester Yates of Avon Lover's Paradise. Mrs. R. J. SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTIONA Lester Archer, Edwin Booth, Joe j
Park, Mrs W. O. Talbott, Mrs D.
Augustus Wynn, Mn. L. T. Proctor -I Shepherd read a poem "A Gar school of Instruction for the and Jud Piche and Mrs Piche.
P. Blake, Mrs. A. D. Mrs.G. .
and Mrs. Franklin Green were officers
den Is a Lovesome Thing, and of Liberty Rebekah Lodgewas
W. Draggers, Mrs. L. C. Smith
.. hostesses.H I Mrs. Ceo E. Reed read a group held Monday night in the I. O The Redland P. T. A. will meet
Mn. J. Carl Hobson Mrs E. A.
Mn W. B. Caves, Jr., won a set of poems. O. F. hall. Mn. Barbara Kendrick Monday afternoon In the Redland
;ioi table mats in a numberguessing Harper, Mn. Joan Richardson, The next meeting it was announced of Coral Rebekah Lodge In Coco school auditorium at 3 o'clockCjivt .
Mrs. H. A. Aman, Mrs. Chas.
contest and Mrs. Stanley Witt- will be held at the homeof
Gossman, Mrs. Charles Behrens,
,%kop won a linen table set guessing I Mn. a Ruegg on March IS.
Mrs. E. L. Hutton, Mrs. M. A.
. ..the number of cherries In a bot- I Present besides those named
Neill, Mrs. C. E. Vihlen, Mn. Clara
(itle. were: Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith,
Vlhlen, Mn Florence Black Mils
The centerpiece of the table was Lucille Draggers and Miss Elinor Mn. J. M. Dobbin Mn Arthur
". large red gum-drop tree. Place Payne. Gude Mrs. A. W. Jones, Mn R.

Beards were paper hatchets and,, I O. Desmod, Mrs. W. K. Haas, Mrs.
jflags In honor of the approach of DEMONSTRATION CLUB W. R. Fisher, Mn. Elberta'Bule.
Washington's birthday annlver- Mrs. Annie R. Butler. Mrs. J. W.
usary. Lipstick towels were given Shouse, Mn. Wm. Dunlop and
each guest as a favor. Plans for the booth which the\Miss Sophia Ahlen. i
Redland and Homestead Home
if KiThose present werec Mn. E. A. Demonstration dubs will conduct!MRS. J. A. KICKS TO BE

4 Buchanan, Mn. Ansel Barrow, at the Redland District Fruit Festival I|WOMAN'S CLUB SPEAKER

. SJWn. R. E. Sherard, Mn. Harold were made at a meeting of | Mrs. J. A. Ricks, mother of the
Oxford, Mrs. Alma Doxsee, Mrs. Homestead club Thursday In Neva Rev. Ceo H. Ricks pastor of the ems. y

T. J. Walker, Mrs. Richard Huff King Cooper SchooL .... Homestead Presbyterian Church, j rp,
Mn. Robert Danube, Mrs. Paul I will be the guest speaker at the
Each day at the festival It was I
Loaner, Mrs. Bruce Ennis, Mrs
decided, memben will give a guest day meeting of the Woman's yotri/HOME
Robert Glenn, Jr. Mrs James
demonstration of work done Club of Homestead to be held
I Bird Mn. Burley Dendy Mrs. Tuesday afternoon In the clubhouse
during the past year-tie making,
udolph Mattson I
Peatis.Whitaker block printing, canning, the making -
jMIss Mrs. Caves, Miss ,, of novelty belts or of Italian Other numbers on the program A FRESH START
Ellen Huff Miss Norms'
clay work or other articles. will be a reading by Mrs. S L.
Cowman and the hostesses. I West piano solo by Mrs. H. K. s
Miss Eunice Grady,
i county Foulk and a vocal solo by Miss
,MHS- JOHN: BROWN: IS GIVES: home demonstration agent gavea Jamie Richards You'd be surprised how little it takes to
SHOWER BT NARANJA O. il:. S. I talk on color harmony.The .
club's local exhibit will be 4give
Mn. John Brown of Naranja I W. M. 8. CIRCLES BOLD
: home fresh start!
a a
held on March 21 at the home of
Jwas given a miscellaneous shower FEBRUARY MEETING
at a Washington's birthday party! Mrs Ceo. N. Wakefield, it was Mrs. E. S. Caplinger was elected
jby members of Naranja Chapter decelded. The exhibit will begin publicity chairman of Marian
at ten o'clock, and a pot luck Often just bit of redecorating does
lof the O. E. S. at the home of Mrs. Fleltas Circle of W. M S. which a
Walter 'luncheon will be served at noon. home of Mn. J. D.t
Peterson In. Goulds Wed- ; met at the
nesday. Mrs. Peterson, Mn. Tom Mn. Wakefield read the story Redd Tuesday. Plans for the com'I the trick-some painting-doing overI

.Chapman, worthy matron, Mn i of the origin of "The Star ing year were discussed. Mn. J. ,
D. E. Bashor Mn. H. H. Graham Spangled Banner" the club's song J. Richards conducted Bible r
I shabby or lining up warped
and Mn Robert Bell were hostesses of the month. study.

The rooms were decorated On the same afternoon the Pearl
with sweet peas and roses. CIRCLE FOUR OF W. M. A. Davis Circle met with Mrs. C. A. I doors, help, too. And "building In"

Mn. A. T Kimball told the life HAS ALL-DAT MEETING: Williams in Modello and the Mol- 1

story of a boy who lived during An all-day meeting was held lie WIngate Circle met with Mrs kitchen cabinets or an extra utility

"the Revolutionary War. Mrs by Circle Four of the W. M. U. Wlngat ta Homestead.PRESBYTERIAN I A ,
Frank Walter the In of the First Baptist Church at the
won prize a'Hissing
AUXILIARY closet lot to the homemaker
means a
contest.I home of Mn. R. E. Edwards Tues I
Punch and cake were served I
I day.Mrs. program on home missions was
Present besides those named I Catherine Pickard and Mn. at of the'
presented a 1
I You'd Surprised too at the amount
Serf: Mn E. A. Seek Mrs. Casper T. D. Piche: reviewed chapters ofa .Presbyterian Auxiliary In the ,
i{Williams, Mrs. C. E. Elchenberger, mission study book, "Give Ye Presbyterian manse on Thursday ,
AMn. M. J. Bonds, Mn. Roy Whit- Them to Eat"The 'of last -' : of redecorating and repairs that a small

tenwyler, Mn. Ray Schneider, circle will meet with Mn Mn. J. A. Rlck had charge of
Mn. Russell Hsmms Mn John'''A. J. Van Marter In March.
Others who took for the FIIA
the program. monthly sum can pay on
Julian. Mn C. W. Mn. A covered dish luncheon I
Moody was part were Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Mn
Wm. Betties Mn. Walter Eastonof served at noon. J. M. Holferty, Mrs. J. W. Irwin
Los Angeles! Mn. Guy Johnsonof I Those present were Mrs A. D. and Mn A. F. Darling. Plan.

Los Angeles, Mrs. D. D. Smith, Smith, Mrs. S. H. Fitch. Mn. A. J. A bible study session will be i .

Mrs. Clarence Lounsbury, Mn. VanMarter, Mrs L T. Nixon Mn held on Feb. 29 at the home of Mn.
Augustus Burrichter. Mn. Ole Pet 'Pickard, Mn. Piche, Mrs.. Edwards Ceo. D. Ruehle. For information phone 62.:
erson, Mrs J. M. Hofferty, Mn A.II and Mrs. G. I. Gault o( Miami a Mrs. Paul Haley was hostess _
C4: Albright, Mrs. ,Lydia Sayers,I visitor. Mr. Van Matter and Mr. during the social hour. I

Mrs. L H. Creer. Mn Georgia Edwards were luncheon guests. Those present were: Mrs. Ceo.

M. Frick. Mrs. Nettle Wall Mn.

t Carl F. Robinson Mn. Con M.I

I{Robinson Mn. B. ... Benson, Mn.! BROOKERt
j DR. C. H. DENBY John Degleman, Mrs. A. F. Arthur I

j Mrs. Hodges, Mrs. Ricks, Mrs. Irwin !ti

Mn. Holferty, Mn. Ruehle,
J Osieopathic Physician :Mn. Darling and Mn. Haley. i


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++ + +. ++++++++w+ M1 less the highly bitter almond flaw ti very active, are in the back, be- (IdOls not augur well for the future'lot the future in the land' vor which develops is desired. tween the shoulder, and around I stability' of the nation. He add: heather: "&'Otlal Hints Loquat pie, if made from fruit the armholM. The measurements,, "No nation can endure without decay; Its population ii' rapidly
toHousewives that Is not fully ripe, can scarcely I will Include these part of the religion -and the Christian world dwindling; its .formectgrfat lndij-(
distinguished from the renowned body and, when related to other I has shrunken half since the World tries an tottering and few newmet
article made from cherries. measurements that go with a certain War. What -will be left of It,I' art taking their-plaitsi -its
Try the following! recipe It you type of build, will indicate'Mr. Locke, when we get through young men are drifting steadily
are fortunate enough to possess whether or not extra material I with the next war? southward; Its wealthy citizens, are
fruiting loquat trees at this time ihould be allowed at these points.| Old Ike told his wife, who is of, too unenterprising to lend a financial .
++++++++++++++++++ I In the event you do not, make Some of the measurements i ample proportion*-rather wide! hand." ,

HAIL, THE LOQUAT! plantings of this highly desirable ,taken have been requested by manufacturers -I across the beam, as the sailor .;
fruit tree. of special garments.i would describe her, and wear I This writing business Is precarious .
By Isabella S. Thuraby I Canned Loqnats I Slip manufacturers have asked for out-sizes from the neck down-that one; you say things oat
Extension Economist In Food Pick from the tree when well in over-the-shoulder dimension she carried too much excess baggage -| had beat be omitted and fail to say
Conservation colored. Remove stem, skin and that will guide them In providing but she came back at him a j'things people want said, and after
blossom end, and seed if desired shoulder straps. Another point few days later when he complainedof you have said It ever so nicely the
Loquata 1 g, sweet, orange Give 1 to 4 minutes pre-cook in they want to know U how far from fatigue and she told him, "All effect can be-easily spoiled, a*
fleshed ones and Juicy, aromatic, light or medium syrup, depending center front and center back to, that is the matter with you is your I witness the following. flamboyant
white fleshed ones (take your on acidity of the fruit which varies attach shoulder straps. batteries have run down." "lead" to a story in the Palm
choice)-are ripening all over ,with varieties. Pack jars process Corset and foundationgarmentmakers I Beach Sun: "Poultrymen who produce .
middle and southern Florida. To i|quarts 20 minute want certain trunk measurements Gibbons wrote a history of the I more eggs by artificial day.
have the finest flavor the loquat' Loquat Sauce Stocking manufacturerswant rise and fall of the Roman empire light and dairymen who turn to
fruits must not be removed from I Prepare loquat by removing Information to use as a guideIn Dr. T. A. Bowie, principal j I radio music for the last drop of
the tree until they are fully ripe I blossom endsl items and seeds shaping hose at the ankles and of the school of economics of Dun-,I milk from the contented sows,"
and ready for Immediate con I Run through food chopper, using the tops dee, Scotland, paints this picture etc. Oh my;; oh, met
sumption. The fruit U easily medium b.... Measure. Add H There 1s no prediction yet as to .
bruised and should be clipped cup of water/to 4 cups of loquat what dimensions will prove satisfactory -
carefully and In bunches or clust- Cook until .tender, adding. .more for sizing ready-made
ers, or singly, If necessary because water if needed. When tender clothing or patterns. Probablytwo May the
of uneven ripening In the cluster. add 1 cup sugar. Cook 5 minutes or even three measurements
However, if the fruit Is to be Pour In hot Jars and seal. Process will be necessary. Meantime, many 1940Redland
used for canning, for Jelly making, Immedlatly for 5 minutes (pint women from all walks of life Indifferent '
as a wonderful preserve, or In a jars.) parts of the country are h
pie It should be gathered aheadof being t measured through women's I District
time when it la best for eating SIZING WOMEN'S CLOTHESA clubs, parent-teacher and other: ......
fresh. women's organizations, and retail "
better way of sizing women's stores. The 89 measurements now I Fruit Festival ,ABe
The seed of the loquat, which In ready-made clothing and dress patterns -
taken are completed In about 43 :
the common varieties If rather than by bust measure aloneis minutes.
Success 1 1i
large In porportlon to the flesh. Is the objective In the newestmea.urln 1 a Huge
of a beautiful golden brown color study undertaken by NNN/NIIIMIMNIMIININININMNINNI/N NNI 111.1///NN.' I

and as highly polished as though the Federal Bureau of Home Eco CURRENT .i i J. NEWT LUMMUS Jr. :;
varnished The seeds are of a nomics. Two years ago, the bureau ,
strong almond flavor, but more started a similar study of chil COMMENT i i Dade County Tax AssessorVISIT
delicate than peach pits. These dren' body measurement to meet ::
seeds are usually removed from the need for better fit In children'i I
I eN,1NN MN.N NNM..N.NNNN. .....".....'."'
the fruit before It Is canned, un- clothing. : I,
This study was recently com- (Continued From Page Five) .1 i '

AMERICAN HOT MAGAZINE pleted, after 147,000 children from cent of the brains and that the
COMPANION TO THOUSANDS 4 to 17 yean old in 13 states were birthrate of this 30 per cents not
measured. As a result, the bureau holding up while that of the other
Hundreds of thousands of boys has proposed that children' clothing ,element Is maintaining Its level
and young men read THE AMER- might be sized by using two He draws another sad picturethe -
ICN BOY Magazine every month dimensions, height and hip girth' I vanishing of the American
and consider it more as a living Instead of the unsatisfactory ai?< -(:home, our bulwark, Its children MONKEYJUNGLE
companion than as a magazine."It's size system in use at present. Thebureau's growing up In an environment that
as much a buddy to me as proposal are being con-Ii
my neighborhood chum" writes sidered by the trade. 1
one high school senior. "THE While the children' study was
AMERICAN BOY seems to understand going on. manufacturers and retailers 1----
a boy's problems and considers urged the bureau to obtain I
them In such a sympathetic body measurement from a sufficiently i
and helpful way. It gives advice large number of women of' .

and entertaining reading on every varied build to serve a* a basis AND SON IN THE REDLANDS[
subject in which a young fellow for sizing women's ready-made
la Interested. It la particularly clothing. This study ,Is now underway Consulting Optometrists
helpful In sport I made our : financed by the Works Pro- 1624 W. Flatter St, Miami FlaEJTM .
school basketball team because of grew Administration. E..mln d-L.IMM Ground
playing tips I read in THE AMERICAN I Fifty-nine body measurements GlMM Repaired. Open Daily
BOY. are taken on each woman, com- Dlncton of The Am.rt..... Imtltnt ,
Many famous athletes In all pared with 36 on the children. School for Optician 10 to 5.30
sports credit much of their success i When a woman buys a dress by -- -
to helpful suggestions received I.tust measure, she may find that
from sports articles carried in it is tight in the hips or loose at
THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine, the waistline. Many customer DR.M.A.BERGERDentist r
Virtually every issue offers advice have had trouble with dresses
from a famous coach or player. that "popped" at the skirt seam ONLY MONKEYJUHGIEIHTNE
Football, basketball, track, tennis, when they sat down. One of the
In fact every major sport is covered 99 measurements takes this Into
In fiction and fact articles. account. Office Hours 8:30- 4:30
Teachers, libra.tans, parent and Other points where garments
lenders of boys clubs also recommend are subject to strain, if a woman First National Bank r U.S.A.
THE AMERICAN BOY enthusiastically
They have found
that as a general rule regular read DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I Building
vance more rapidly and develop Where the
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Friday, February 23 1940- .THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pace Eler.. flICrhe _

holder' ae aaalnee fa? (taw and CemtyTat -
CerUlleate. Me. SI7I4 dated the letoay
of Aucuet. A. D. 1SS7, has MM aeMCertllkye .
I I / In ear elf",",. r,4 baa Ma* CLASSIFIED ADS
Churches I fee t.s dead w sew t_
!naec.r4anc with law. SaM Oertlflcau I
I embrace* OlIo following described. property.
j I situated IK Cede Counts Florida. ea-wtl. AATIJ Tint Inttrtton lOrf a lint; subsequent tauerUoafSi
1 Law 10, al sad Ice Slash 4, leeerly
Rel.hu. a line

BAPTIST CHURCH .'. ...: preaching ....... .. first third 'I' the The Cerurteate aejeeiejant baeee W Said waa property la the wider aame

' firth fandaya at 11 a. m. and 7 M n. m.RINCaTONtte Vnkaowa UnUae Saw. Centtlcate atoll
lOHUTtAD r. J B. JehaatoM aae. II' I lof reaeemed aeoerdlns te law lava deed
tee. candor eehool M (4S a. m I urmrt Re*. /. 1. Waller. will .toaue thereo oa the lllk day efI
for at II r: *. and tile a. ,; B. Y. P. V. 10.tatprrs.bins at a s, U-1 Sunday ,I March A. D. IMO
'I' at .M p. .. Pnjrei service' Wednesday ,school Data1 thai Tub day of February. A. D.
I M I.10 .. m. Ii40 FOR RENT-Apartment*. Sum-I SALE-Nlc piece of bull

BOULD.-Tbe R... Noah Pea m.., Bee. FLORIDA... CITY ('() *l"IT1f CBt'"c E. 1 LEATHFRMAM mer rates. BenJ. W, Morris, ness property. Good price' for
tar tuaaaj school. at 10 a, n; Breaehlns -h. Co Nobts". _<". Church I Clerk ol Circuit C." rt. registered real estate broker cash. Ben]. W Morris registeredreal
4 11.. m. and T It p. m 01 I B. I. .>. U. at I school at 10 *. rat' preaching at t.10 p. mCOMMLNITT nade County Florid.
i .:. p. a. Proper service .t file p. m. Midweek prepare and Bible Study W"- Clreuft Court Seal' next to Baptist Church, Krome estate broker, next to Baptist
Madardy.i .. day. .t 1.10. By N. C. flterrett D. C Ave. Homestead ((1811) Church Krome Ave. Homestead

Feb. 0. IS. tl, Mar 1. S. IM"INOTICE
>I. CATHOLIC aE"LANO CHtRrB- I (fl6tf) .
Th. Raw. C. 0. !oI_. po.Io.h.rck: OF AFPIICATIONFOR FOR RENT-Unfurnished house
rntrica or THE SACKED HEART .hool .t 10: Preaching at 11 EpeierthttlESBiTEEUN :
._ ( C. gecead aeenue Homestead| the Key LN... at 0830. ..Id__ on;,,, and I TAX DEED by year. Bent, W Morris registered FOR SALE-New and used automobile -
;., T. J. Oeare pavtor Sunday maee' ai Dtble study Thursday .t 7:40. Chapter 17411-Arta of l.llFlit real estate broker next bodies: flat truck bodies
a a. m week day nave at 1 In I A4K7INctloe
: dallr
CHURCH D. U Baron to Baptist Church Krome Ave with stakes. pick-up bodies md
; 1 Sunday wheat Sunday following I le hereby ghee that
f I.1 nave. Communion fur women h'OJ ....... fcoldar.uf Bakere Haukner District Homestead, 'L 1 (flStf) express bodiei Will sell ch< ip.
j ."* Sunday Df month i for men and ...... the lOMMTBAD-Kr. avenue at Tu Certlflrau No 7S4 Issued! the SHi
eecond Sunday month Holy hour Thunder l IK1achoo. a"ll Uou. ". Rio.! pa.tw? day of A A. D I"'H. kna filed l aame Specter Plumbing Co, Homo
r before first Friday of month at 7.10 I a, m ; promising. I la my .ff.: aid he* made application WKe comfortablerooms. Bldg. Homestead Phone ".i
f p ':.ilclro- tint Friday it I :10 a, n. m. : your" neolile meeting at t SO e m. for a tat and to be .intend lho_ Said Froxjhsrt, Oversea
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at the Uleeecd Sacrament after Certificate embraort the fallowing da. Highway at rlwUda City. Phone
mama NOTICES scribed property In Ute County of DadeState .
LEGAL of '1 rIoh. lo-wll :526J. ?1 "IIIJ l (J19-tn HOMESTEAD LOTS

, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Lot I, Block I. CaMlllan Court, ,rcpt
i Flit Houk 11: Pane 17 In the Countyof I' FOR SALEI
....... Sunday School .t YU a. m. for. FOR TAX I-.KI1 Dane, State of Florid. ;
j eupllv under 10 yean of ave; morning Chapter 1T4>7 Ac of 1911 I' The assessment of mid property under rt .1 I' have the following lots pr: d
\ aervlce at II clock, Wedi-evday evening Pile A.1811 the mid certtflrate issued was In the name '
JViCY ORANGE 90c low for sale
quick :
aortlcee which Include testimonials J JV heal Notice I. hereby tlven hat D. LeBaron I of Unknown a pack.
Inf and eiperleneee and remark on CprU. Prrrlne holler I of Maker Haul.... District I Unl... Mid certificate ahall be redeemed Eva Collins Biscayne Drive and Lot 3, Block 4. North Diamond
., ( Stan Salon. s p. m. Tin. public! to eon Tax lertflrata No. 1711 blued the Snd according to law the property described Federal Park
ties Science S p. m. day of July. A. I). 11134, has filed Some I therein will .le sold to the highest bidderat HighwayFOR west frontage
Beading room In church edifice U open In my office and haa made application the Cc art house dour on the tint Monday Lot 36, Block 2, Ponce DrLton
...... Thursday afternoon from S 00 to fora tax deed to he .Mount. thereon sold i In the month of April Into. which SALE-460 ft. frontage on subdivision southeast tit-
,,00. The public la Corel.ally Invited to the Certificate embracea the following deerrlbed to the lot day of April 1040. Krome Ave 660 ft. deep Fine ; corner
eervkea and to visit the reading room. property I. the County of Cede. Dated this flat day of Frbr"ary. "'0. Ing south
Slate of Florida. ... ., for growing flowers Price right
t. 'I E. B. LEATHEIMAN Lots 14-15-19, Block 8 McClure
Feb. SS- Lesson sermon topic Luis '.11-to and II. Block I. Car | Clerk. of Circuit Court for cash BenJ W Morris ,
Mind* tlllan, Court Plat Book U, Pan. 17. I Dade County. Florida registered Manor. These three lots are all together
In the .County of Dade, State of I' Circuit Court Real real estate broker, next and face south

Florida.The B. N. ITFRRFTT. D. C. to Baptist Church Krome Ave,
aaaoBBment 10 of good rock land
the mid eertlfiuue-d.': : .property under (Feb tl Mar 1. S. II. !9401NOTICE Homestead. (f6tf) acres ,
In the
.01l"TIAo-rlrot avenue and N. W Unkn..... the north half of the north half of
;.IMtfc ....... Untie study at 10 .. m.i eon finite. the
eaU certlrlrate .h.1Ito redeemed OF APPLICATIONFOR northeast quarter of the south'
.union. fellowship and preaching at USED ((24x11) Roll Rim Kitchen
na to law. the described
property TAX DUD
11 .. m. therein ...IIIto Sold to the highest bdlerat Chapter 11..1-A. of 1111 Sink, of high backs, only $f,93. west quarter of Section 3, Town.

the Court hoers door en the flat Mon File A.171 Specter Plumbing Co. Home ship 57, south, range 38 east This
CHURCH OF GOD d.y In the month of Atoll 1040, which .to Notice' le hereby liven that D. LeRaronPerrlne i tract lines due west of W. K. Wale
the lot d., of Bid Homestead .
April 1.40. holder of Rakera H..I.... District Telephone
.. the OMgSTIAD Kev leeo. Q.efll Goplln N' W.paator Pint evenwi lundvyachool Dated thin Hat diy of February 1.40E Tax Certificate No. 1463 .blued. the let ( ton's home place. about mile, and

at 0240 a. n' ; preaching at II aaad .. B. LKATHFRMAN day of A"ituat, A. D. 1W7 has filed mew just east of a large! avocado grave

eeeatlns f 141 at.p, .7..In; Junior T. P. at 71 children. Clerk Dade County of Circuit. Florida.Court, In my a tern office deed. and to be has.leaved made thereon applicationf Bald FOR SALE-: On Redland Road Write or see J. M. Kllng P. O.

r. I p. m WedneaduCHIRCII panonage.. Prayer neat'Ing Circuit Court Real I Certificate embracea the following* described short distance south of Redland Box 82, Deerfield Fla. (JI9 J -f23)
Mr N. C. STERRETT, D C. property In the County of Dade
Fee II. Mar 1. S. II, 1040)) 1 Stele of FlorMa to.wltLou t Woman Club cottage Partly
OF THE NAZARENE I ..10| and 11. Block 1. CartlHan furnished For sale at give-away
HOMEnTKAD- Rev. Retort II. CALL FOR RIDR Court. flat Iloook 11. Pan 17. In the MISCELLANEOUSSEE
Th. City Council of the City of Home.lead County of Dade. State of Florida.' price. See Wm. J. Geronimo, Legion
Spear p....,.. Sunder school at S:41 .. n.1 will open bid. at their regular meet'M -I I The' assessment of- an d property under Tag office Homestead

prsrhing at 11 a. n. end TiM p. m. i :dank 4lh, 1040 for the purpose ofawarding the mid certificate/ hailed was In the name AND BUY arananktm Variety -
N. .Y P. B. and Jonlora nnth contract for pep of I
meeting at TiM Say"
plying the light bulba Unless Mid certificate Shelf be ...d..mod Grove, West Florida City
N". Prajrer meeting Wednesday evening A Hat of the aporoalmata req ilrementa according to low. the property described. WE HAVE quantity of new and (a1m
p. m. far the yeaKa mpnlr may he obtained from I, therein will be Sold to the hllhrat bidderat
PRIXCETON--Th. Ree E. P. Coenpaalor omeatead City Clerk most ben the Court house door on the first M... used Tractor Parts at real bar.
Sunday School et III preaching I the city clerk's office 1Id'I. p. n 1 day In the month of April 1110 which gain prlcei Specter Plumbing WANTLO
;.. March 4th. IBM ''II the lot day of April 1D40
at 10 a m and 7ilO assist .
p m
martins at 0:10 ; pang people meeting It. E. EDWARDS Dated this. tlat diy of ..h...... 1640E Co., Horne Bid,., Homestead
at I.SO Prayer meeting Wednesday at City Clerk R. IEATHFRMAN Telephone '73. (fOtf)
t IS P. ... /Feb II. 21. liar 1. 1>40) Clerk of Circuit Court CLEAN RAGS WANTED H Will
EPA Dada County. Florida exchange subscription or advertising
NOTICE OP APPI ATION FOR Circuit Court Real FOR SALE Troprcal plants clt
TAX DFKI1. Hy N. C. STERRETT n. C rus trees and troplcx fruit Ir for clean rags Leader
ST JOH\- --e. B. Owned 'M... and Chapter 17417 Ac of mil (Feb II, bier I. t. II, 1'40'' Enterprise.
Fourth etreet Homeateadi the Re*. R. r. File A-IS71D season. Jungle Grove Redland
Blackford. rector Holy communion at Notice I. hereby riven that G.... R..rd road and Plummat drive
7 10 holder of State and County Tax Crrtltl'.1 IV THR COUNTY Jl'nrF'' 'O\'RT IN'
a m ; Sunday at I:101 aiora.Ing
prayer at 11.FREE No. 180R. Wad the IIh day 01 July. A..I AND; FOR AIIK COINTV! tLURIDA TUTORING WANTED high

METHODIST hni. Zci.hp: f i -I"i.I::: In a my tax ':f't': and be i I IN F.PRORATE.. lease A REAL BUY Closet Combine school and grade school subjects.Mrs .

Maud thereon Said Certificate embraceathe I tn RFl ESTATE: Or AGNES HENDER tions for only $14.93: Come In It J. Armstrong, A. B.
FLORIDA UTT-The: a... Wesley c. followingdescribed property In the SON Doeouod. and see for yourself Specter
lineal. paalor Sunday achool. S p. m. i County of Dadr SUIe of Florid.. to-wlt t NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Hummer drive and Country
preaching I and 7 10 p. m. Tuesday Lot 9. Be-thea lI.iMlI.I.I..n. Plat I All Credltun, and All I I'...".. Ha.- Plumbing Co., Home BId,.. Cub road.
raitar neetiag m tilo p. lav Bnk I. page H. Inhe County of ins Clalma or Uemaada Against Said Kate Homestead, Telephone 73 (ftttf)
Dade. Slat of Florida lei
METHODISTROMEOIfEADTh. The aaeeevment of mid property under You. and each or you. an hereby noU- HOUSE furnished
the mid certificate Issued ....10 the name Iif I fled and required to prevent any claims FOR SALE-2V4 acres on Ridhnd I
R. J. J. Rlchardlpaator ghoreland I Dev. Co 1 1. 1.Unlns | and demand which you. or either of you. road. Well located for home- or unfurnished I have year
Sunday school .t t:4l a. m.| mid certificate hall be redeemed may have against the estate of Agnes W
preaching I at U a. and 7:ID p 'm. according to law, the property deicrlbnl I Iti.ndcr.un. dra........ late 01 Undo County. site $300. Bin]. W. Morris reg- i 'round clients Benjamin
Junior League at I'I': p. m.: HI League therein will b, void to the highest bidder I 10,101.. In the Hon W. K Dlanu Istered real estate broker nextto Morris, registered real estate
at I 10 p. m. Senior League at I 10 p. m. at the Court house door on the first Monday ''Co, "nty Judge of Dane County at hla of N. Krome next to
broker ave,
Prayer meeting at 7 ID p. ... Wedneeday In the month of April IMC which Iv the flee in the County Courthouse In PadeC Baptist Church, Krome A\e. ,
lat day of April 11X0 ..my. Florida. within eight calendar, Homestead. (flfltf) Baptist Church. (JuKtf)
Sunday, Feb 25-Sermon topics: Dated this 14th day of February 1040. month from' the date of the first public

morning worship, "A Perplexing E. B. LFATHKRMAN I lion hereof All clalma and domanda not ,
Clerk of Circuit Court prevented within the lime and li. the "IOn-
Problem' a sermon based on I'' Dade County. Florida nor ".....'1.... herein shell be barred u
little considered parable of Jesus, t Circuit Court Seal provided by I... BIRD'SIndorsed
i HyN. C HTFRRrTT, D j jI i Dated January 29t.. A D 1140 r
evening service, Be Sincere," the I Feb 1*. 21, Unr. 1. s. ].i.." GEORGE: W. FRAZIER
third In series of Lenten sermons Aa Fxrrutoo of the Lot Will and
NOTRE OP APPLICATION FOR Tmtament of Agnes Henderson.
on the Ten Commandments. TAX IIFED j Dr<.......

A large vested choir will be heard h.I;: It II I FI.d .bl".o en February I. 1940Fab. )
Notice la (loan that H. P shins .. .. 18. II. 1040
In two anthem' numbers at the '

morning service with I. 3, Lyon. ,

directing The junior choir will i
be In charge of the evening music .
of the church.SILVER' I
i used ears always represent good value, but the
PALII-Th. ftoo. I. L
_..... Sunday school every .III ones listed belevr are unusually choice and we recom.

W.llor'l TheIVew mend any, cep of them for your consideration


NEWT NOTARY G.PUBLIC BALL i 1940 PONTIAC 1937 poStJic SEDAN ; very good conditiorj ;

I,i I loceljon ncd.

Fire Insurance and i 1937 CHEVROLET 2-1)001. TOURING

Kindred Lines : (De Luxe Equipped) SEDAN new tires ; new paint ; excellent

.. .. condition.

..'. .:\$ N. Krome. Ave. I 1936 PONTIAC 2-DOOR TOURING SEDAN;

f II I priced to sell.

i Coupe e $880 1937 DESOTO Convertible coupe; 5 new tires; -

.51000.00 If and You Live ''I 2-Door Touring Sedan 925 new paint ; runs and looks like new.

$1000.00 When You Die I 4-Door Touring Sedan .975 I I 1933 PONTIAC TttO-DOOK SEDAN ; very

A MarUlUy E d _e.t I good condition.P.RESTON'EaBIRD.

c.a! So Little :

PanNatimW.LiIe i/ .Preston. mild .Motor Co. : : '. TOR'CO.:

ins..Ass'n. j J ; *.. KroaM Atv 0.*..lt. Tag Ottkc '
South JreDie Are. Phone 11

teed Agent not II Night Pbefce U*.B OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY

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Pare Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Friday. February 21 (

I Germany to Become Nation of Mental

Defectives if Nazism Continues View
New York, Feb. 22,-The population i succumbs to rascnra, it probably UKt WE ARE COINS TO 1 RELIABLE STORE TO' tOOt U /THANKS TO 1He LOVELY
of German la described asa will be under the leadership of HAVE A nWtCT DAY HELP ME ON THE FOOD MARVELOUS- STORE WHERE I SHOP
"borderline case of mass neur propagandist who shout loudly FOR OUR PICNIC AN6LE! ( THEY RAVE IVERTTIIIK
oiU"_nation of Napoleonic against Fascism by that ,
complex name according BUT I'LL HAVE A TO IlfSPtRE'A' PICNIC
**-In I book entitled "Con to Dr. Freeman. NtARTIi
quering the Man in the Street", "The German are In this respect SOT TO 001 PIANNtRS
written by Dr. Ellis Freeman pro- inherently no won than i tI
fessor of psychology: at the University ether people' Dr. Freeman said.
of Tampa, and publishedby They hold absurd view not because -
the Vanguard Preu. they are a peculiar breed,
With Germani shouting "Hell si It la so easy to assume, but because I t
Hitler" an avenge of once every It has been easy for propaganda -
i five minutes during their waking to revive such notion from W o tour" rAt 1a mleseln9 to
hours and convinced they belongto the hinterland of their cultural 1 RAN KLIN S
; "a nation of heroes" Dr. Free- past We cannot understand this r1 0
: man suggest that al a nation they aspect of their propaganda with- #w I MAIO"
I may become candidate for out recognizing that Americana
i ttraightiicketa, literally, not fig are no less credulous toward miracles -
uratively. Children reared In thin and toward those who make Maxwell House Coffee 25c
I atmosphere are In grave danger of supernaturalclaims.. Our gullibility -
becoming "mischievous neurotics" a slrartyfinds. different, more
M mare, he declare IndJen DJecll,"

f+! The! are author not Immune suggests to thai the American same- $156 Received In Local .

\I IOn power.of device that put Hitler in Community Chest Drive Spry or CriscoROYAL c! S2c

Hitler, write Dr Freeman took After having been extended five
advantage of two characteristics of times since it started Jan. 29, the
the German people-their traditional annual Community Chest campaign -
mysticism and their long in Dade county will come to R-C
established dislike for Jews. Hitler, I close at noon today. Contributions -
he says,has adopted and used skill ai of yesterday total $233- Gelatin and Puddings 3 pkgs. 14c COLAS A
fully all the methods of all the 351, which li $61,740 short of the
political propagandists Including goal.A. i 1 I a 6SZ.25C:
Mussolini's strenuous living approach total of $158 has been contributed -
the horror propaganda or pledged In South Dade Salad Dressing fr 25c Plus Bottle Deposit
technique developed by Britain I County it was announced yesterday J
during the World War England1 by Clarence J. Forman, who } FACTORY PACKED
In charge of chest activities In
own "white man'i burden" excuse Iii SUGAR 25cl5C
tor oppressing other people the I this area. 5olb. Bag
teaching of Plato's "Republic"
the subordination of all to the r Blair Hickson Injured .
state, that Is, serfdom under super I In Automobile MishapBlair p wDE tassamasa.21c

men.Hitler employed the ancient po- Hickson 16,son of Mr and t- 4.lbPkC. 40c
liticul tactic of "Hogging the deadhorse" ,Mrs. J. R. Hickson of Naranja, is
Incessantly by condemning recovering from a fracture collarbone
anything he was certain I was unr I
and brain concussion suffered
All-Good l
shouting against the In an automobile accident PEacl1ES
Treaty of Versailles, No. 21/ cans
against Jews !last week. Hickson, a sophomoreat SUPERSUDS25c
and even shouting against syphilis Redland High School: was on ,
Dr. Freeman points out. This was baa way home from school when '
his method for 'Tomato C3f5 125c
making the people Soup
the car he was driving skidded and 3
think In
rhythm so their minds
overturned at Epworth drive and
could be swung In the desired direction I
Farm Life road. He was confinedto
The the American, equivalent the Post Graduate hospital for Meal Grits 5BSTs..1q.c
says professor would be several days. or PALMOLIVE
to declaim against "un-Amert- I

"Isms"canlim". "Nazism" and other For results use Leader- Selected

In fact, If the United States Enterprise Classified Ads Potatoes I 25cFancy 31 Iron 19c
( 1 o lbs

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For Florida City and HomesteadImproved ce I Carrots I Apples.
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