Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00480
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 7, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00480
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
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'I !'Ioaeer fl.e4da'a gPeetsty Tabiold I LEADER-ENTERPRISE Reeving District Isis Redhead arise .

Vol. 29No. 10 Homestead Honda, March 7. IHI 24 Paxet-2 Sections 5 Cots a'

Cups, Prizes Awarded Exhibits;

. Plane Crop Dusting on Program i!



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Band Concerts Featuring I Homestead Places Second, j .

Afternoons and Narania Third and '

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Crowninsr of Queen to South Allapattah Gardens.
Take Place at 10 D. m. t.' Has "Most Interesting -

On Eve of Last Day I I Booth I I II

With an exhibition of crop dusting I Goulds with Its unstinted yet .Ii

by airplane at the nearby restrained profusion of fruits and ;

Homestead municipal airport, slated vegetables, won first prize of |!oct I
a* a feature of Thursday program la the community booth competu '

the 1941 Redland District ton In which Judging took place A
Fruit Festival entered the final Wednesday afternoon at the j
phase of ill eight-day run that ha twelfth annual Redland District
given thousands of visitors from all
I Second prize of
Fruit Festival
pert of the country a representative -
picture of the agricultural and $75 went to Homestead, third\
Industrial products of subtropical r. prize of $30 to Naranja! and fourth
florida prize of $25 to Ferrtne \
Sweepstakes cup of the festivalwas .
The festival opened at noon :
Saturday March 1 and will closeat (Story on Page Two) I IRESU awarded to the Royal Palm '
noon Saturday, March I. Ire booth, whose exhibit of lighted I II
A concert by the Miami High ; THE WEATHER I varl-colored ice, surmounted by M '. i!
School band was scheduled: for WORK ON 1,ASK SENATORSTO sculpture, forms a dassllng glamorous i
background :
7:30 Thursday night. The HomeStead display against a 4
OtflcU VMtkM nsort T DM uMra k lItaUni
and Redland High School $35t,000 CHURCHi>s.- B_.... rIorWa.l END DEBATE of black velvet drapery 1
bands have furnished afternoon an Interest Is keen also, in the brighthued -

opening and evening day. concerts: since the IN[ HOMESTEAD!Feb.M" 27. _. -- 1.\\163..'21U91 W. I .....1 SPEAKER URGES punch and bowls.the Added flower to trimmed this la feature the'Ice t I
and public spirited j'
Friday will be school ehlltmrn'aday. Feb. 28. ...1 7S I 51 ;30.0&i] ; practical .
when all children of school I M.r. L... ._: 81 I n I I of two Ice-cooled drinking
age will be admitted to attractions Work on the $31000 Homestead Mar. 2.... ._.1 811 I 128 I I A concrete way in which patriotic fountains, one on each side of the t
of the midway af half-price. It I I Baptist Church building, suspended Mar. S.. I 73 1 n '30.111 I citizens can do something for ice display Gardens. I .
has been designated also as American I several months ago when steel I Mar. t. I 13 r 44 ;30.081 their country right now Is to win The South exhibit Allapattah prepared en- : .
Legion day. Mar. 5_.. _ I 12 .1 I community \
The big event of Friday, of trusses to support the roof failed or write their senators to end the tirely by two Redland Future .
course, will be the crowning of the 1 I I to meet specification, was returned lease-lend bill debate and bring the Farmers, one IS and the other 16 F
Queen of the Festival at 10 p. Tuesday when newly fabricated DAMAGE bill to a vote, Dr. Russel A. Williams 'yean of age, did not place In the (
after the winner of the contest m'l trusses arrived and receivedthe FROST II' Rotarian and civic leader prise money but was awarded a J
beeen determined by counting of,I approval ot the church build of Miami, urged in an address on cup for being the most interesting
the votes. Deadline for turning ing committee: NOTAS HEAVY ASFffiSTjrHOUGHT "The Individual ResponsibUty to booth. ',
to vote bat been extended to 1 I The trusses, which will eliminate Democracy", made before the Other cup awards wen aa follows
p. m. instead of I p. m. when all the necessity of posts In the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday :
candidates will report la evening I new church building' aofoowide Most interesting commercial
dress. auditorium will all be In place be- Chairman ef Americanization booth-Davis violins I
While standing of candidates has fore the end of the week, accordIng committees for the Miami Rotary Best horticultural exhibit-tint, (
not been divulged It Is said that to progress made through Wednesday Frost damage to crop In the Club, Miami post of the American Shafer Nurseries, second, Hein- .
three of the seven still In the nee by the steel contractor cold wave Saturday tight and Legion and owner organizations leln Nurseries
ire running neck-and-neck. Candidates -: Work of putting on the roof will Sunday la -altered. and "spotty"and and aa ardent member of the Committee Best packing house exhibit of 1
are Josephine Cash Mary follow Immediately, the Rev. J. E.Johnttone to Defend America Dr. vegetables American Fruit Grew- .
Ingle, Rachel Gossman, Merle!( pastor said. and thereafter will not be anywhere near aa Williams said that the committeeIn en. J
Mlzell Clara Sayers, Julia I other construction details are heavy aa wa at tint feared, it was Miami has made several shipments Best packing house exhibit of i
(Continued on Page SuUivuj> (Continued on Page Two) said hn Wednesday. Althoughthe of tin foil to Britain and is citrus fruit-Silver Palm Fruit. :
mercury dipped a* low a* 26 (Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Page Six) I

I Furniture Made of 'Native Mahogany I at tion the, It Subtropical did not remain Experiment below 12- .._....."' ... 'j I
degrees long enough to do any -. I I
Attracts Throngs at Fruit Festival blanket damage The Redland District
-' IL fa hard to estimate what percentage -. ;
Maauul training exhibits were: : tinue to gather about the'manual of damage wa done. On By MART FERRELL DICKINSON
Judged Wednesday with results training display of the two high one side of a road a field wouldbe ;
M follewa Homestead school school of the district both under badly burnt" by frost, while Named for the color of rich earth .
fins desk by Forest Bell; seeead. the supervision of C. Hagler Rice a field on the opposite side of the This is a land of homes and fields, i
bed by Leers laker. tUrdLdreealM whom reptatlon for trail work Is road escaped damage altogether .
taMe by Archer De4a nation-wide. Some tender avocado bloom especially Sweet with groves that prove their worth,
fcaaerabla Bentiest bed byT. The Homestead shop Is the only of the West Indian varieties .
with and
A ...,..,* and cedar cheat school hop 4hat has the privilegeof ,, wa nipped and the same sun honeyed yields;
by Lamer Grim Etdtaadachssl labeling Its mahogany furniture wa true of tome young orange Here is the fruit of friendly earth, 11 11Gold
...first,alert. by Blair Hkk- with the official red seal label of bloom. wood 1
.... sewed. bed by Bobby Fisher the Mahogany Association of Soaring prices because of heavy+ The lure of Bummer sea and 1
; third hIM by FractalrMher AmerIca. Almost all of the wood damage by drowo-outa and frost I i Here is plenty, here is no dearthIn t
haerai aaeaUaihoaw used la the true mahogany. Swie-. in the Lake and Pompano regional l
Redland life is rich and good!
ef aVawcra by Richard tenia mahogant a native of this will compensate grower who have) .1.1f
Jsras district and the Keys.R. tomatoes they can harvest In I .
Interested throngs at the Red- E. Trotter .la manual training April for losses sustained last I .
land District Fruit Festival con Continued on Page Three) week-end, it Is aid. I

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Page< Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 7,1941. .

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] Told Us

Little more than three weeks
a remain before April 1, deadline for THAT members of the BPWC carefully kept from their bus
tiling homestead tax exemption applications bands the reason for their apparent disappointment over the
Tax Assessor J. Newt I fact that their hospitality badges turned out to be blue instead

Lummuf warns through his deputies of red. .
who have been circulating the 'ia:1: .
Redland District during the put THAT quite a few anatomy were drawn lo the Festival
week or to. At the prevent time I Tuesday by a newspaper picture .f four of the nm\n candidates '
only about 53 per dent of the anticipated under which appeared a subhead announcing "calves will be .J'

volume of application Judged this afternoon." .
have been returned to Mi office. Archlt t'. drawing shows how new |33OCO building of First j lI
Mr. Lummui also calls attentionto Baptist Church of Homestead will appear from front view. THAT the attractive lady with the matronly figure addressedas
the fact that a constitutions I Kate Smith (at the Festival) by the rotund gentleman with ." ,
amendment voted at the genera I the top hat and enormous safety pin, sweetly replied ''Thanks :

ple election of Florida last November exempts by all the widows peo- Elaborate F. F. A. Display Contains I Fat Stuff!" . . .

from taxation on their hornet, I THAT certain postznaskr bays his fish before starting a
whether be heads of families have More Than 200 Individual Exhibits fishing trip-te make sure he'U have me for the frying pan be !

dependent minors or not, but lakes along.
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all widows must file applications The co-operative effort of all dred exhibits of products from
THAT long, lanky former mayor who has been in these
for exemption before they can get
in Dade has and
chapters County resulted productive enterprise projects
didn't know the visiting
parts for nigh on thirty-five years
It. In a Future Farmer displayat other phases of the Dade County
Masonic notable would sink in mud to his hips Jn reaching t
the 1941 Fruit Festival com- members' supervised farming
"better fishing spot" on low-tide flats to which the local discipleof
posed of the exhibit used at the grams. The exhibit was awarded -
had directed him.
Isaak Walton
$35,000 CHURCHContinued national F F. convention in special recognition in the judgingof
I Kansas City last fall and at the booths. '
Florida State Fair in Tampa last' In Festival Show Girls Model
I Two hundred of the individual Style
( From Page One) month, plus more than two bun- I
exhibits to and
I are eligible are
expected hitch.to be carried out with- I '44 d competing for prizes provided by Garments Made\ in Sewing Classes
out a the management of the Fruit Festival -
The long delay in replacing the R.H.S.ANDH.IES.START --
unacceptable steel trusses was occasioned Led by Herbert Smith and Jack teaches the home economics classes
by the rush of defense The F. F. A. chapters In Dade Barnes, trumpeters, and Louis I in Redland. and Mrs. B. M. Hind-
orders. TOURNEY County Include Redland, Homestead -I Gaby, flag bearer, girls In the'I man Is teaching them In Homestead
Constructed of concrete block Miami-Butts, Ponce de Leon sewing classes of Redland and : since the resignation of Mrs. Frank
and steel-reinforced concrete, the GAMES FRIDAYBoth snd Andrew Jackson and theirI Homestead high schools presenteda i i Webb at the beginning of the second
new church building! on the site I co-operation In arranging the display fashion show Tuesday eveningon semester.
of the old frame building at Krome 'I is cited as exemplifying one I the out-door stage at the festival I(I The home economics depart-
avenue and N. W, Third street,I of the major purposes of the F. F. entrance. I,s I ments of both high schools combined -
will be 100 feet long by SO feet Homestead and Redland A.-development of the will to cooperate After the girls' glee clubs had o also, In arranging a home
wide. High School teams will enter the and the exercise of the: : I economics educational exhibit for ;
"God Bless they
The church auditorium will have eighth high school district basket- co-operative technique. sung I the The theme "Home
sang songs appropriate to the stylegarment I n'L
a normal seating capacity of 600 ball tournament B division Friday Besides the display mentioned i of modeled. Education Defends
persons with extra accommodations afternoon in the Miami Edison these up-and-coming young farmers -, America Through: Health ;
for 200 more persons. There gym. have entered many exhibits I In 1 I For a pinafore group "Little Old I Culture and Economy" Is developed :'
will be a balcony in the front of Homestead, top.-seeded, will the adult divisions of the festival I Lady" was used: for a school dress I In three different sections of .
the building, with stairways at meet the winner of the St. Pat- and are competing with their I-I group, "School Days"; for a play the allotted space. In the health ",
rick-St. Theresa at 4 o'clock clothes group, "Playmates"; and .
both ends. I game ,ders for prizes offered In a section are charts and booklets;
A large rostrum will be flankedon Friday afternoon. Redland will variety of product ranging from I for a pajama group "Lullaby. 1 in the culture section, an interestIng -
the south by the pastor's office -' play Stuart earlier In the morn- cattle to cucumbers and from avocados -I Summer traveling and afternoon display of such things as pottery ,
and on the north by a library. : ng. Zucchini (squash). Also, dresses were modeled also. glassware and silver; and in i
Immediately to the rear of the I If the Growers are the victors In l[they had their own Field Day For a chorus of six old fashioned I'I'I I the economy section home-made
rostrum will be the choir section, : their first game, they will face the Monday, 1n the form of a judging I ladies! "Alice Blue Gown" clorets that instead of doors have l
on the south side of which will be I winner in the PahokeePompanoame. i I contest In which they judged exhibits was sung I unbleached muslin ,curtains, stencil ,
the console. A baptistry, nine Winner In the Red land. I of fruits, vegetables, and i Miss Bertha Nil Hausman I II I trimmed. 0
feet long and five feet wide, will Stuart game will play the winnerof dairy cattle. Prizes for this event
be of the choir section. the Delray-Boynton 11m,. Finals were provided by Senator Graham I
at the rear
II posed of nearly three hundred Elate legislature and other
i rerpon-
of the tournament will belayed I
class will who besides being a leading
Three auxiliary room I
S o'clockHomestead I thousand farm boys who are enrolled |alble positions throughout the nation ,
Saturday night at
be in the extreme west end of the Dade County dairyman is also an in vocational agriculture l today, pushing forward and ,
lost its last of
game ardent F. F, A. boaster but tabulation -
first floor. I
classes in more than six thousand leading their fellows toward a
1 the to 21-24,
Two class rooms, one for the season In the Delray Friday of scoring had not been localities in the U. S. and It Is the brighter farming day Many of evening localum.
Senior and tot the Junior D.l completed Wednesday.
largest organization of rufal farm these young leaders are the boys ;
Y P. U.. will comprise the second lOne' of the chapters (Redland) youth in the world. Another aim who received early training Ini
floor at the rear of the auditor Another Instance \; ls also operating a stand at the of the organization is to develop leadership in the F. F. A.
ium. she: "Marlon says she Is In love festival, where fresh orange, competent, aggressive rural and '; In Florida there are 120 F F. A.I
with her new car." I grapefruit and tomato juice Is dispensed agricultural leadership, and thereis Chapters with more than four ]
Friend: "H-m-m, lust anothercase to thirsty "feitivaleers" in evidence that this is being ac- [thousand members. Dade Countyhas \
when man Is displaced by machinery i search of refreshment. complished. Younger leaders of I five chapters with upward of] I
.. y .-Ex. rt ; The national F F. A. is com- agriculture are now to be found In '.200 members. I
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.i/ Friday'Marth7-1941.;;- .. , ,, 'THE HOMESTEAD' LEADERENTERPRISECITY 'Pare Three J

the Homestead shop; and T. O.: None of the native woods Is in the
TO GRADE i I Rayburn, Ralph DeulBger and' class of mahogany which Is a Program Is Announced for Contest
Archer Dodson are all Homestead I native also.Homer I ""jl
AND OIL 2ND AVE. students. I Byrum displays a floor I Between Mahogany and Maple ViolinsThe .

Among tnt smaller pieces from I I lamp of mahogany. ,
Homestead are a mahogany book I i II Most of the pieces In the exhibit program which the Davis I At the close of the program the
TO KINGS IIIWAYGrading trough table nude by ,Warren : are finished/ In dull rubbed lacquer String Quartette will present In a Judges will decide whether the
Robinson, a book trough table ilf i i or varnish, the finish which mahogany-maple Instrument con- violin made from native manog- I
--.::- wild tamarind with Inl.d: border is most practical and livable, according test Friday night, Mar. 14, at t any or those made from traditional -
and oiling of N. W. by Albert Byrum, and a modern to Mr. Rice. The advantage o'clock: is announced by Sam J. maple are the better.
to Second avenue from Eighth street I maple end-table by Arnold Me- of the lacquer finish Is that it Davis maker of the Instruments, The contest will be held In the
:hangs Highway, and rocking ilwain. does not crack and chi .k with age to be as follows: local theatre but tickets must be
rI street grading from and Second oiling of N. W.Sixth 10th I Cedar chests from Homestead as varnish does. In v xlltlon water I Blossom Time" (Romberg), purchased from a member of the
avenue to Include the Inlaid chest: with dovetailed does not harm It, a desirable I
Sylvia (Speaks) and violin solo, Lions Club, sponsor of the contest
avenue was authorized by the
council Monday city corners made by Lamarr i.quality In our climate. I"Meditation de Thais" (Massenet) I if the club is to receive the
night Griffin, one by Felix Dullard and Along the back wall there are
The action WM taken at the by Conductor Walter ; viola ,money forts work among the
one by Norman Ernst. numerous drawings made In the
of Councilman solos, "Elegie" (Massenet and"Traumerel" blind.
Henry Joe Byrum and Clayton Camber mechanical drawing classes of (Shuman) : Jose I I
Brooker, street committeeman. Both sets of violins are on display -
Mayor Tom Harris was author- of Homestead have library tables Redland. I Oaica; "Blue Danube Waltz" at Mr. Davis' booth at the
ized to concur in a resolution with of Duncan Phyffe design made of Many other pieces, complete and (Strauss) and cello solos, "Dreamof Fruit Festival. He also has on
other organization to have the wild tamarind. Each Is correctly ready for display, were not shown Love" (Liszt) and "The Swan" I display partly finished pieces to
postoffice department put on Inlaid with a satin wood border. I because of lack of space. These 1 (Saint-Sains) by George Lex: show the steps necessary in make
twice-a-day truck mail service be- This wild tamarind could be Include vanity dressers by Harry !musical comedy hits from "New I ing a violin
tween Miami and Key West similar ed for Honduras rosewood Martin and Robert Sykes, a dressing Moon" (Romberg) and violin
to that furnished by the railway Is beautiful reddish brown In pal'-I table by Ross Reitz and cedar solos, "Ave Maria" (Gounod) and _
mall cars It was reported that several with dark stripes. It is chests. by Arnold Mcllwsin, Jack :["Rosary" (Nevlns) by Walter Wit- I f
hundred signatures have been I than rosewood, however, Barnes, Lynn Irwin and Fred ko: and grand opera gems from W V p
much . .
obtained to petitions in support of more difficult to Rhodes. "Madam Butterfly" I
the move.

V. L. Harris, local contractor, (
was granted a permit for the con- 1
struction of a residence for his ,
brother, Trannle, on Lots 1 and 2, .
Block 2, Boulevard addition, which
Is' in the $2,500 minimum cost Two
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teacher(Continued at Redland.From Page One) are better than one

One of the most striking piecesIn .
the exhibit Is an Inlaid desk of
Sheraton Carleton House style ,
made by Forest Bell of Homestead "
I High School. 1

Lewis Eaker's spindle bed of sit watch-
beautifully turned mahogany I.th. Is THERE you you rolling smoothly

..center of interest at the end long road ahead easily quietly,on the very

of the booth. as it dips and rises. minimum rationing of
Blair Hickson of RedlanJ has a .
slant-front colonial desk that Is gasoline.
exceptionally well made Under your feet there's

Gordon Dill, Homestead boy, has a quiet whispering, to let But the other carburetoryou

nalssance an Inlaid lines.desk styled along Ren- know that all eight able Buick cylinders is alert and ready for any sudden need. Just

J Robert Sykes displays a carvedEmpire are happily on the job. tramp down on that accelerator pedalit
straight chair and also a
coffee table of goes into instant action, giving you more fuel "
poison wood. This Y ou're
giving not '
a single thought to what'shappening
poison wood table is the first and and mere power for any emergency purpose I IIt's
probably the last piece to be made under that long bonnet nosingout
of this: wood, for the wood is very in front but here's what's
bard to season and when dry-it Is going ores almost like having two engines one

u.ua11y.bedJy checked, warped to handle normal requirements thriftily
and twisted so that very little usable Instead of the tingle, compromise-size \
material can be obtained from caranother to team up with the first for extra

a log It is, however, one of the buretor you find on most cars, this Buick oomph and wallop when you want it. ;
most striking of the native woods FIREBALL eight with Compound Carbure- ;
with a rich black heart and green That kind of teamwork i .
and white markings. baa two good mixers on the job. pays.

f The table carved made Duncan by Milton Phyffe Hunter sewIng A single one of them-the front one-keeps And owners by the thousand will tell you :

of Homestead High represent a Its mart eco" ", /colloo-as much as 10% to t I
lot of patient skill and work. 15% more economical. \
Frank Rice displays a pie crust

table with birdcage tilting arrangement If what it feels
The top of this table you haven't
Is cut down lower than the rim like to have that under the bonnet of your ,
and the rim Is then carved in the
style of Chippendale. automobile, better go have that Buick demonstration I

Wilbur Caves has a sewing tableof now
colonial design with a maple i
p Stuulud 01 all Buick Sum, Ctimnr,ROADMMTU and Inserts
top.The cedar chest at the foot of models,available" at light earn coat 01 all Buick Srscuk model I
the bed Is the work of Vernon f
Jackson of Redland High. A small j
0y jj
tilt top'fable made' by WilllimKufeldt j
a hassock made by Rich- jj
ard Hickson and a mahogany coffee -
table made by Webster Williams .
are products of the Redland

shop.In the-other side of the' booth
the .oak buffet made by Francis
Prothero of the Redland school<< Is
one of the largest pieces. Along _
the back of the booth is I walnut
bed, made by Bobby Fisher ol BUICK PRICES BEGIN AT
Redland and a high cheat of draw-
en made by Richard Jensen of J/ \

Redland. ..: I
Next to this Is a low and striking "' accessories915
chest: of drawers made by James :
Sullivan of Homestead. It is made) and ? .'
from Jamaica dogwood set in S ; .
frame of mahogany. ject to change for thBusiness
Ralph Dellinger and T. O. Ray-I I

bunt display twin beds. T, G. has SXIMKAI Of OIWIAl MOTORS YAWSPRESTON without notice. Coup ,.,,1 J
made his piece with part of the '
post-octagon shaped, after an early
American style, while Ralph has
I made hi*. posts round after an B. t
equally authentic design. COMPANY
Archer Dodson displays a dressIng -
table of Queen Anne style. SOUTH KKOMB At t, AT FIFTH ST. PHONE' !: 1. HOMESTEAD, FLA .

Above his table Is a display of
the various steps taken In making
a table or stool This was done by

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What I* It all but the trouble ef
Sans J ants.In ;
is hIo Ow"W ILM .11 ,
.( Mi ...._ 11* The gleam suns"These of a million, mlUiotf

lines froth Tennyson came'
Orange Blossom TimeThe
to me once while seated on an old

Leader-Enterprise Is lychen-encrusted log, as I watch..
reprinting -
by request the words of I ed a colony of black ant at work.

the long "Orange Blossom Time", The sun was high in the stilt
written by Homestead' pioneer I clear blue. The trees which form

musician and poet. Annie Mayhew ed a grey-green thatch above me,
Fitzpatrick for the HomHleadBUllne. seemed graven In their majestic

.. and Professional Woman') silence. Quaint, exotic design
Club three ;yean ago. I were etched on the ground about
Mn. Fitzpatrick Him compos m* by random ray of'golden sunlight -

the melody for the song. "The I that filtered through the
words follow vaulted green above me. A warm

peace prevailed, and my; world\
When winter winds are blowing' seemed far away--and unreal Yet
Up north when It If mowing somehow Just beyond these still

And Icicles are hanging from the oool shadows lay cities of men,

eaves multitudes, millions, of teeming,
At night when frost goes sneaking) toiling, sweating men.

You sniffle when you're speaking A little yellow bird dropped

And trees look gaunt and bare A quite fearlessly upon a branch
without their leaves e, near me: I could have reachedout

and touched It If it had per-
Right then It's M/SS/OM mitted. It looked me over quite
Orange blossom time deep In the deliberately and flew away I wasa

Southland CANIJLhST/Ck part of the infinite stillness. Wy
We have.a great big shiny; silver little yellow bird played alone In

moon. ,AMONG TilE oiossr RAW= the cool shade, and the black ants
The days are bright and sunny OPAI.QLY CH.l1STANN tolling In the sun inspired my rev
And the bees are making honey er)'.
In South Florida where It la always ./ Y 6/ENCE: INPA
June. / The ant, hundreds of them.moving
In well ordered manner were

,,Oh Orange yes, blouom It's time deep In the Sometime during the 1880'g an Englishman ical Society, Jacksonville, by Mr. Detwiler. I all doing something for the benefit

Southland. named Matthews unearthed the remains During; the early summer months there of the colony.; A large worm had

(We have I great big shiny silver of 3 bras altar candlesticks at the is nothing in Florida more picturesque or been t slain and they were taking.
it, In tiny section into their .
moon old Spanish mission near New Smyrna. colorful than the blooming Royal Poincianna house.

i By train or car or thumbing From the various original ,parts a com- which becomes a vivid mass of scarlet overtopping [caverns beneath They; had a large builded flat stone.their

It'a high time that ;you were plete candlestick was assembled by the its broad crown of fern-like foliage..: I They; had their entrance and their

(.To South coming Florida late John Y. Detwiler of New Smyrfla who, The individual flowers are 2 to 8 inches [exit. And, had I been able to
June where It It always in 1925 made a special trip to Spain to across, the petals being scarlet Except for {peer within, I kn.whIt I would

I determine the history of the old candle- the upper one which is tinged with yellow. find wen kept "rooms' or "quar

'AD bundled up In flannel sticks. In all probability they were in use The tree, which Is a native of Madagascar, ters" for various purpose

,''Feel awkward as a camel I in Florida as early as 1696 when the mis attains a height of about 80 feet. Because One steady; black line entering

Or elephant or fat rhinoceros? ton was built. The restored candlestick of its brilliant flowers it is also knownas on this side and one steady black.

Down here we're) all out swlmmln'.' was later presented to the Florida Hiator- the flame tree. line leaving from that.
The kid and men and WorItm'-- What had once been a worse

In the crystal pools old Ponce .......- ........ .......... ..........n9\ wa now little more than just a
boy; suited him best. Asked why
found for us. hollow shell. Soon
the line began
he bought the place he replied "Italked LIBRARY FACTS
to thin. Scout
when I were going
should, have been
CURRENT liltenln,." Isn't that true of out searching for more food. Only
I WANT TO GO BACK HOME: AND FANCIES a few laborers remained to cleanup
most of U* a considerable part of
By Mary Ferrell Dickinson COMMENT the time? the job.

In Bogart WELSH .. 0 By MRS. J. E. OAUZENSUBKAKT I noted a fresh activity aboutthe

By AGNEW An old adage said each generation vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv. . . . . . ... entrance to their home. In.

I want to go back home! ------... wa weaker and wiser than HOURS Siena of carrying something In,

Where bougalnvlllea glows like Edl.-., MIlk .. W" __ the preceding one. The late census they; were bringing something out,
wine --... .. kill "Co.ma.m." .....h.. disproves part of this a* the average Monday Wednesday, Thursday and as I looked closer I saw that
Beside festooning coral vine .Shy. be tto ...plKW. _. HM'mt. a at roamiiiit.ntlm ","T. span of life In now 28.9 years t-l .Pi.m. each ant was bringing out a tiny
Where poinclana writes her name to Amw WtWs Its N. L a gain of two and a half years Tuesday Friday a. m.1 p. m grain of dirt, then going back form
Against blue sky; In scarlet flame, ink et.. III... si*. over the previous decade and six Saturday '-11.. nv| S-' p. I,more. Enlarging their home!

I want to go back home! Gen. J. C Brandt, commandantof yean over the 1910-20 one. ,-, p. m.uuueia I I :found a bit of cracker In my
i ....__ tonrket an/I Hmnn It i\tmm.. wow
Randolph Field (Texas) "'--'-"'-"""'''-- L.L -
I want to go back hornet says '' opngge* new novel, the remain of the worm: where
I want to touch with my fingertips the U. S. will soon have "the best Children in Court The Raven' Wing", I Is a tory of, there still were a few ants. It
air force in the world: barringnone. Elizabeth of Wittelsbach who In I was not long before this new morsel

The low-hung moon before It Blips ." That's something to write By Judge ,Malcolm Ilatneld child 1910 was scarcely more than a was discovered. A scout found
And shatters sliver In velvet home but who became empress of It and proceeded to Investigate It
seas. about
. Austria
..... and lived
I want to feel the stiff sea breeze . To under a shadow. thoroughly. He waved his little

I want to go back home,! An old adage Says that the hair INDIFFERENCE: OF THE bird the that Hapsburgs, the raven was a antennae and soon other scout
always meant ill fortune came. The cracker broken \
of the dog I It good for the bite. Is PUBLIC and as one reads on through this Into was
I want to go back home! crumbs and stored away
I want to hear the .white gull that the reason we are going to A survey 'of', the causes of ju- novel he realizes the appropriateness ; against tome future time.

crying, war to stop war? The prophet venUe crime which was recently of the title How fundamental this all was: l

I want to see the salt spray flying Isaiah wrote that the people were made In a Juvenile Elizabeth lovely, Intelligent 1 repairing of home and storing up ,
court daughter
indicates of
I want to feel the green sea comb commanded to beat Duke Max of Bavaria,II of food-.ant* toiling In the aunt
their word
that In Its effort was only IS I
to jean of
Miami Beach wtlh white-spun combat the age when Recently; there has been discovered ,
foam- Into plowshares; now we are turnIng peril of juvenile delinquency this Fran Josef came to her parent' a bit of amber hundred .

I want to go back home! our old plowshare into war nation i* confronted not with one home However to wed her sifter Helene,I I of thousands of years old In It
after he
law Elizabeth:
material were embedded
problem, but with many; and that he refused to pecimens of ants,
carry out the ) and
previ after minute! examination lit-
must be attacked
I believe God answers prayer, A graph showing the averageconsumption positions. The survey varlou also famllie arrangement So Elizabeth made' by; the j'tle or no difference wa found between
of fresh fruit per disclosed rried them and species extant too
Answers always everywhere; that the cause themselves her cousin, the
I cast anxious '' person for the put ten ;years replaces not handsome Emperor+day Their life cycle goes on and
may my tare, 'I vary only; in different Meg Josef j
Burden I.could never bear, ] the popularity of the apple communities, but also In diversi thought a* to what giving a ion' to what end? Birth, struggle,
with the orange; grapefruit alao tied imperial dutl es'death; birth struggle death-re-
On the Cod who Keareth prayer,' type of Juvenile delinquent and lost of freedom
Never need my goal despair, show a steady increase, while Another Interesting fact uncovered her proud spirit would do to 'I acting to the stimulus of Instinct
Since pineapple and strawberries maintain by the The scientist can resolve the ant
He bid me boldly daft ; survey wa that many There I* much of her
their level In a decade the' friendship Into It* component elements. He
To the secret place repair experts an the subject are .advocating with another I
consumption of more than the wild, fill even make tissue and
I orange
There to prove He) answer prayer. their own personal methods poetic Ludwig whose proto
doubled white that of apple ha
EiC. for dealing with
; e youthful crime.so wavered from tne.day he a&-
steadily declined. was
that It la difficult for parents 'duced to
e e e and the fight against bit be ant's anatomy. But he cant en-
I public to comprehend the 1 loved France.
Infinite toll would not enable I Art Italian newspaper accuses problem its entirety. However,ii seemed to Elizabeth at tImee dow It with the life principle: The

you to'sweep away a mitt; but by the U. S. 'of wanting to grab off the survey indicate that the major !1 mood and share her Ludwlg dark ant, impotent and analytable, be.
the Azores the mld-AUaaUo group element which history 1* both sad comes Infinite and unknowable' ) j
toil and
ascending a Bttle, you may often, I glamorous. The
belonging to Portugal. Of course, youthful delinquency; Is the indif-I I tion of her istftreta- I lifted my; eye to a rift In the ,
look over It altogether. So It I* we deny; such intent but thank you ference of many parent and the through the character U convincing green and peered long Into the Infinite

worth our moral Improvement: we br the suggestion;they might come public at large. A* long a* this stormy life many stages of her blue. I knew that there .n
to Its
wrestle fiercely with a vicious habit handy "In case." situation prevail, there ja little sad climax. appropriate but were hung In those heavens, far
e e use to formulate methods for Another beyond the reach of your Intelligence
which could have no hold upon curIng novel
/ by Mia
An upstate boniface.l II disgusted Juvenile crime especially; as It "The Old Man Sprlggt, I or mine a million million\
WI If we ascended into a cipher with the hotel he bought and said I* difficult to gain public support I library. Diesbin the 'sun that we would never know i

moral ahnaphere.--Hl *. s_____ that,his old work, .that of a cow. and parental cooperation. i (Continued However en Page Mia Fire! )Joel'l'I methodical precise they turn one ;
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FrIday March 7,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five -( 1

Mrs. Hickson's Immense Tray of Fruit Oklahoma Press sent request to "Sartor Beaartua," The Temple: !
a number of prominent writer and and "The Rambler.

I Focal Point in Individual Exhibits I Lights and ShadesContinued scholars the world'for wont their nomination book. The response for Since the publication. . of the autobiography 1} !..I.l' 1

was varied but upon final
-- of John Buchan titled '
A point of Interest In the Individual Beets: 1st. Dean Sickle; 2nd,I ( from Page Four) analysis, Dante' "Divine Comedy"' "Pilgrim1; Way, Increased Inter. ....'
exhibits of tropical fruits H. A. Aman. and on, reacting to law Irrevoc- had won more negative votes than est In this author's work has been ", ,
and vegetables that till a four- Carrots: lit Estl Lee: able.Man any other title with Milton. Cicero manifest A* a result his publish
booth space, managed by County Rex Romine; 3rd, H. A. Am.n.Mwtarcl 2nd'j hal touched with hit feeble and Goethe close behind. I en plan on treating his forthcoming '
:Agent C H. Steffan, and presidedover : 1st, Harry Mikell.Collards fingers of Intelligence; but a pitiful Others that were classed among 'final adventure novel.. a ."
by Stanton Beck la an Im- : 1st Phillip Reams. few of the stars that shine about the world worst by such authorities major entry on their spring fiction .1
anenes tray of fruit exhibited by Chinese cabbage: lit Harry ui. He hat bravely propoundedlaw as Upton Sinclair, H.L.Menck list "Mountain Meadow" Is the (
Mrs. J. L. Hickson, winner of the Mikell; 2nd, A. M. Vivien. for their actions, chart for ''en, Louis Bromfield, Burton Ras- title of the book.
first prize five dollars In this Spinach (New Zealand lit ;their count, and histories of their 'coe. Henry Seidel Canby, Witter : .
Class: Second prize three dollars, Henry MikelL behavior; but he It always con- Bynner, Carl Van Doren and Marie Sandot, author of "Old f
:was won by Mrs Frank Hausman. Oranges, Valencia: 1st J, R. ,fronted with the unanswerable Sherwood Anderson are: Decline Jules", "Capital City.: "Slogum
Dr. Carl T. Robinson won the Hickson; 2nd,Mrs. Julia Polk; 3rd, question: "Before then what" and Fall of the Roman Empire," House" and others, I is writing a 4' i
five-dollar award for the best Individual Lynn Gowdy. and "Beyond that, where?" Paradise' Loll," "Paradise' Regained novel about the Sioux Indians. ;
exhibit of citrus, six or Oranges King: 1st Mn. Julia Surely the one who conceivedthe ," "Moby Dick" "South
more varieties In half boxes.R. Polk. life principle of the ants, and 'Wind" "Red Badge of Courage,"] READ THE WANTADSREDD'S !
.Ruhl was first, Herman Byars, Grapefruit seedless: 1st J. R. the Infinite reach of the heavens
Second, and C. Byars third In the Hickson; 2nd, Richard BalL muit be God, Governor of the universe -I'
papaya display. Grapefruit Duncan: tat Richard and all that It contains
Walton Nurseries WM winner In Ball. And yet, Just beyond these cool ,
the avocado exhibit. Grapefruit, pink: 1st Mrs. Ceo shades are those who dwell In I I
,Three Redland Future Farmers, L. Polk. cities and call themselves 'wise!
:Rex Romine Charles Behrens and Limes: let J. R. Byrum; 2nd, who "There Is no God!" I
Betel: Lee won in the contest for J. JUHickson. ;-fiit yellow bird returned! ,
the best vegetables of ten or more' Tangerines: 1st J. R. Hickaon; and chirruped quite saucily at'
varieties. The .w.rdI. like those 2nd J. R. Hickson Jr.; 3rd, Richard me, as if to say, "Well, Dreamer and
Dry Cleaning
ef the contests named above were' Hickson. did you have your dream?" Laundry

!ten five and three dollars. Tangelos: tat Mrs. Julia Polk. t................... ......... .."""",
H. A. Aman.
Prizes for the following IndividHal Guavas: 1st I Serving the Redland
: exhibits of vegetables and fruit Surinam cherries: 1st Mrs. J. L.s LIBRARY FACTSContinued
District i i for
were one dollar for first prize, Fletcher. more

seventy-live cents for second.nd Papayas, three or more: 1st, E. .......... 4 4 Than Twenty-One Years
fifty cents for third. They were 'C Byars; 2nd, Herman Byars. ( From Page Four)
warded as follows: Sen ice Guaranteed Work
Strawberries: let Phillip Reams; Prompt -
been her
has that
Individual exhibit: 1st, H. A. quoted as saying
:'Aman. 2nd; Mrs. Carl Hobson. writing days are over for a whileas ',*" Reasonable Prices
Crate potatoes: lit,Jack Camp- Avocados: 1st J. R. Hickson; she Is too busy helping take care
tell.Onions 2nd, J. R. Hickson, Jr. of children In the bomb proofshelters. Phone. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA .
: 1st. Harry'Mikell; 2nd, Avocados Taylor, six or more: I|
Philip Reams; 3rd. Willis Vlclc. ht, J. Hickson; 2nd, Blair Hick-. |
Green cabbage: 1st, H. A. Aman son; 3rd. J. R. Hickson, Jr Last summer the University of ,
Parsley: 1st, Dean Sickle; 2nd,
JL A. Aman.
Chayote: 1st, Charles Behrens; -. .1.1G
Bad, J. L. Hiclcson. -
Lettuce: 1st, Willis Vkk; 2nd, ;
)Harry Mikell; 3rd, A. M. Vivien. O ,
Sweet potatoes: 1st, H. A.

Arm, Turnips: 1st, Dean Sickle; 3rd, Nf owl..119'Yith

Harry MikelL _
Rutabagas: lat.H. A.Aman. I r

H. n. S. Shows Many '\ buyers of low-priced cars 4t

Science: Collections

Homestead High School science

Classes are represented at the

Fruit Festival by several mounted

Collections! : sea shells" collected by

Helen Hooker and mounted by

;?; amen Nesbitt; tree snails collectedby

Fred Fuchs, Jr.; wood collectedby

Carl Frederick and Harry
:Martin; and; skull, marine life, i

rock, rattlesnake ,kin, moth and

,Butterfly] collections.The .
high school shows also typing -

work and numerous posters

and booklets.
Elementary school exhibits of
particular Interest are a Seminole
project by Miss Mary Jackson's
first and second grades, a Puritan
project by Mrs Virginia Edwards'
first grade, an Etquimo project by iatlIiIIlt11 .
the fourth grade ,and a children- ;
cf-other-lands project.
Florida City projects Include a
:Dutch project. a Hawaiian project
and an elaborately planned peoplearoundIbworld -
project. ,

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UT ARE SO MANY f enter owners
low-priced can now driving new 1 )
"Torpedpes-f Simply tki _Uu-
EXPERTBARBERING Is priced se dose to the lowest that the dif4iR 1a1 P4 ,1G1
ference to scarcely noticeable. And the .
acore of advantages Pontlu provides more
than offset Its slight extra cost
For example FMitiae give you the ultra
modem beauty of Tarpedostyled linker -
Body. FanUaa rive Fee the malchln*
comfort of the Trlple-Cuhl Ride" ;>
HAIRCUT 40c and the assurance *f snore travble-free per
torments, provided by Exclusive Ufetlane
SHAMPOO 40c Oil CtaaaM1.
Why not take yew present ear to year'
MASSAGE __ 40e Panties dealer today la all probability itwin
cover the down payment eat a new Stnmlttr 'T. J." Six Sedge CMft J925* (Ui6J"tUtitvll tires utf'.)
Ponllae, The balance east be spread ever a
menu o tens to HI rev eeaecalence.POTTTAC .

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USSlrrQ Q BUtlNUJ coon WITH TNT tow wet

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!i gladioli and roses; and shell and trlsperma leaves which are so I'Iroerce composed of President Edward :,. Fish Fry Will Be Held i
i EXHIBIT PRIZESContinued butterfly exhibits mad by Mrs striking and bold In their color t Swing Frank B. Rue. T. E.' In Redland Wednesday
L. E. Forsyth.A and markings that they look artiIficiul. -i II Kirby and Festival Manager E, H'I .
i I I IGallaher. '
clear and colorful
( from Page One) Next Wednesday evening from \1'1'i
Grower Association, display of jellies from Palm Lodge In the Helnlela Nursery display A gin box of Redland District i e to a o'clock a fish fry win be
The Future Farmer booth wu Tropical Grove catches the eye i a shelf Is devoted to the Grunwell fruit is given away to some admission held on the lawn of the Redland
cited for "special recognition" end as one approaches the Redland collection of samples of (8 tropical ticket-stub holder twice Community Church to raise fgndi *
the South Dade Garden Club display community display, which was;'!i 1 woods. adayat4p.en.andItp.m.A for church expenses. 't
which formed a garden spot gathered by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. The Florida Fresh Water Fish fashion parade by the girls of Plenty; of fish and all the "fix- ;
In the center of the festival building Ranson and arranged with the assistance and Game Commission has filled a the home economics department of ins" are promised. \
lobby, w.l given "special men- of Mr. and Mrs. RIchard'I double booth with an educational both Homestead and Redland 4
tion" and a green ribbon. Hadley. Blooming aloes top triangular -'I exhibit and in the stock tent displays , schools climaxed the program Bud Robinson to Speak AIn
corner displays of citrus also of various predatory -
The Goulds exhibit, prepared by cages Tuesday-one of the week's biggest
A. W. Llndgren, has a red, white fruit and avocados, and on the animals. days. Princeton SaturdayThe 1
and blue canopy and aides and In walls are Jujube and tamarind Homestead and Redland Home, r
front If a fence of the same color branches, each laden with fruit Demonstration clubs have united ; widely-known Rev. Bud .'t'
Striking features of the booth are: Native orchids, lip stick, coconuts, In showing a well planned home i ASK SENATORS !I Robinson wilt speak at the Princeton -
an immense gladioli bouquet In the rare plants, and a canned mango pantry with it* rows of glass. jars, Church of the Nazarene Saturday .
back; a crate of cauliflower on one exhibit from Jungle Grove are filled with, tropical fruits, fruitjuices evening Mar. S. announcesthe .
tide and a crate of broccoli on the other features. Among large papayas Jellies, sea food, sweets Rev. Chan. F. Crauswetl, pastor
: other-both ornamental enough to shown Is one weighing 17 and pickles. There is a gift shelf Continued from Page One) II of the church. : I
be part of the decoration; an immense -! pounds. also. Mrs. J. D. Wysong Red-! collecting more for another ship "Mr. Robinson has traveled extensively -
basket of fruit; a potato Silver palms are effectively used land president and Mr*. Geo. N. ment. He held up two small pellets he has visited the Holy
display, a citrus display and specimens across the back and on the sidesof Waleflcld. Homestead, president, be had picked up that morning I Land he has traveled over our Own j
of various vegetables and : the Silver Palm booth arranged are assisted\ here by other membersof and said that each one would land, and he is capable of bringing 4
Jruft crops On each gate post is, by Mrs W. K. Haas. Be- the club.. I provide enough .solder for a shellto la message of Interest to all," said >Y
a gigantic shaddockHomestead's low the display table which is The women's department, presided be fired In defense of demo the 'Pallor.I .
booth, prepared by I built in stair-step fashion, is arranged over by Mrs. James Me- i cracy. I Everyone Is Invited. -
Ben Morris, has a red, white and, a striking border of mon- Cready is colorful with quilts,i
blue dome above a curved and stera delloota leaves In formal design rugs and other hand-made articles,
sloping table covered with gold and on a tan background. A big 't'Here foods, also, are entered for -
green metallic paper Before the' keg-like basket of tropical fruits pries. : ,,
curved front Is planted a heavily centers the display steps and be- I The Homestead Art Club has on 1)/
laden papaya tree. Small mahogany ' low It Is a flat, round box of display pictures painted by its
trees and rare crotons are jellies Half crates of tangerines, members. Mrs. Frank 'Webb is i /I'I ]InI
at either end. Choice vegetablesand king oranges, grapefruit and mixed booth chairman.A .
fruits, many in commercial fruits are arranged on either side, I first-aid booth Is operated by
packages, are spread on the sloping and kumquats are scattered over ire Homestead Girl Scouts under I ali
table. the green steps. A hanging basket tile direction of their captain, Mrs ,
I Naranja's exhibit, arranged by Is In each corner.Princeton's Frank Skill and their lieutenant,i of
Mr and Mrt Geo. Fitzpatrick and booth, prepared by : Mrs. Pusscll Home
t Mr and Mrs E. A Carter, bears Mrs. Mary Stadig, has a back- On exhibit in this booth are numerous -' Mali,
the slogan, "Everything Under the ground of cnsuarena studded withcltrui shell collections made by
Sun. And under a shining sun fruits. Palms stand guard the girls and plaster casts of leaves
that rises from a green horizon at the sides, and a wide, slopingdisplay I At he Homestead Boy Scout
and sends IU rays upward to II'' shelf extend across theback. mid drink booth across the slab '. ,
, matching canopy are spread Na- A brief history' of the naming I in a realistic camp scene
.. ranja'a product*-fruits such as of the town, hand-lettered and I A model of a modern poultry i fATL.1
avocados, limes, papayas oranges framed, forms the center piece. On plant H shown In the 4-H exhibit! .
and calamondms, Jellies and marmalades each aide stands an Immense flaring in the stock tent. I "
; vegetables and even a basket. In one are choice/ vegetables Ideas for finishing both the Inside -
home-cured ham A Mandarin ; In the other, a variety of and the outside of Florida I
orange tree, a Temple orange tree fruits such as Jamaica apples, homes may be gained from visitingthe i
and various tropical plants decorate pomegranates, loquats carissas, Brooker bungalow. New win- POWEtt-PACKED BATTERIES andk rf-qYIDTIRES
I the back corners From one monsters delicosa fruits and cala- dow fillings are shown.
front corner post hangs an immense mondins. Other Items of Interest

bunch of Cocos plumose are bunches of bananas, pumpkins, FAIR PROGRAM I RAIN or shine, hot or cold, Atlas carries _
r seeds and from the other a bunchof crates of citrus and tomatoes ands "
rare flab tall palm buds that display of canned ,tomatoes.A you through-surely, swiftly safely. . .The t

extend fully seven feet from the patriotic exhibition arrangedby (Continued From: Page Ore) I N character and quality of Atlas tires and bat 4.

item.Perrlne's. H. C. Reeley and backed by and Frances Walker A second teries are best known to Atlas wen . And '
booth Is white and local business men, consists of a prize of $29 has been announcedIn ... '
look at the thousands of conveniently-located :
green with a whit display .
surface triple booth space In which the
addition to the first prize of a
across which extend sago central display is a big American $100 wardrobe that goer with the stations where Atlas service is available. . \
palms In formal design. Broccoli flag the red and white stripes are festival crown. Award of the Buy Atlas and you buy complete satisfaction. .
yellow chayote, squash, tomato and made with radishes and the stars Philco radio-phonograph the
other vegetable displays, a young are white radishes on a blue field. lucky vote-stub holder will be J
scagrape tree and beautiful crotonsare either side of the Is big
On flag
made at 10:30: Friday night '
outstanding features. HEADQUARTERS fir aw 46aa- BOMHOMESTEAD
star outlined by oranges. Wednesday, the county commissioners -
The South
Allapaltah Gardens
Specimens of the new Idemor the county enghrerand
booth was erected by Willis Vick, seediest lime trees are exhibited county superintendent of parks FILLING STATIONC. ,
13, and Rex Romine
18, Red.
in Mrs W. J. Krome's Coral Reef and members of the county budget l
land Future Farmers I '
who used Nurseries booth. Haden mango board were luncheon guests E. EICHENBERGER, Prop.
plants raised by Rex
donated South vegetables trees are shown there also. The of the festival committee of the Krome .II Master Aves. Homestead, Fla. ::1
Allapat-\ booth Is decorated with Aluedltees Redland District Chamber of Com-
tah growers On a sloping v- n JtfKi _-- ----- ______. _. _____m_. III
Shaped platform, sod covered, they !Ii' i'' : : i : i I : ''i'' : I : ''i : : , ! : [ ''i
arranged the products of their
community-truck garden crops as I..
well as such fruits as strawberries, ,
sapodlllas loquats, monitors dell-
cloia fruits and papayas.
Centered In the back are gladioli TRADE WITH
and scattered over the sod are
specimens of the commercial flower ,
crops for which the community
is noted. There arc also some
mahogany seed pods. The rest of YOUR HOME TOWN MERCHANTS
the booth represents a garden
"..111a' pool on either side, air
plants, palms and ornamentals. All .

products are labeled. They support schools
your ,
Florida City's booth sponsoredby }
the town's council has a background .
and aides of palm fronds your churches and your
with heavily laden orange branches Y .
W wall hanglngj. Centered In % ' I Ir ,
other local institutions. :
the back are two luxuriant banana .1- : .t *
plants with immense bunches of ; \r '"
bananas. The main feature la a You money stays at ', .
replica of the Florida City State ",
Farmers' Market and loading platform -
I made by R. W. Mullins, anda _. home when you patronizethe
farm scene In miniature Other
I features are) t vegetable display,
I a fruit display, big bouquets of home-owned store. j w wWOLL'AM wt

Be sun that yew eye are asaa I
good yet brakes -hare then
tested at hut Me each year : :


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In and Around :i Little Margaret Sullivan was at For,Sewing, Baking, Canning Prizes s 11
the James Archer Smith Hospital
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noids removed. Homestead and Perrine competedfor Redland'i aecond-year class, and j ,
Homestead I Fruit Festival prizes In a rep.< Jane Moon of Homestead's first
1 Mr. and Mrs. T H. Royal and resentative exhibit of sewing, bakIng year class.Third '
daughter, Phyllis Ann, will leave
canning and gardening. prizes went to Helen
this week for the northern partof Awards of $1.50 In sewing wentto Blanton of Pfrrlne'i second year .
r. Is In the state Alice Wysong of Redland In the class and Elene Strickland of
Robert S. Dunn left Monday -, taking a three-year course
'?, Mrs. her sister, Mr*. nursing at Jackson Memorial eighth year clan and Virginia Homestead' first 'ftclall..
to accompany I Mrs J. Freeman and son,
Kelly Homestead Id the fifth
"DeVora Mackey, to Mrs. Macke,'* Hospital In Miami spent TuesdayIn Dewey, and Miss Helen Freemanare clawOne First prlaea in baking were won t
home In Blackshear, Ga. Mr, Homestead. She pr wet her expected this week from Lewsburg year by Virginia Kelly of Homestead's
probation period In Jar dollar awards (flnt place) fourth and Lena I'
Mackey and her brother and surter- ( W. Va. were received by Lillie Little ofHomestead' year group
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Delk Charles of Perrlnc'i first year
of Jn-Iaw Washington. D. C. spent last Lieut Wm. S. Hathaway, son of L. C Aldrich spent Sunday at clan and Annie* second Mae King year of sewing Red- group. i :
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hathaway ofGould. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank land first sewing claai. First prizes In canning were won ;
.and Miss Vera Delk. Mr.,and .. left Thursday of last week Stalling of Miami Second prizes year were won by by Virginia Kelly of Homestead's t
; Mrs. Delk have moved from Wash- for Ocala where he will be one I Kathleen Campbell of Redland'i third year group and Alice W)'. ;
', Jngton to Miami Beach. of the army officer stationed at Mr. and M--Albert: Phillipsleft song of Redland first year group
a C'.c. C. camp. Thursday for Dania after Mary Alice_Greene of Pcrrlne' '
". Mrs Quincy Myera who ha been stay of several months here. McIntyre PaintingsTo second year group got second :
visiting In West Palm Beach was Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Anderson of al Be Exhibited Here place In canning. :
'accompanied: to her home in Home Chicago arrived Feb. it for a Graver Becker of Key Betty Irene Simmons of Hume ,. I
stead Friday by Mr*. W. D. 'Hall I three-week visit with Mrs. Ander spent the week-end with An exhibit of ten paintings by stead got a second price in gar .:
of West Palm Beach and her son's brother-in-law and sister, mother, Mr*. Charles Becker. F. O. Mcintyre, Miami Daily Newt dening.
granddaughter Sandra HalL Mr. and Mr*. H A. Ekberg. left I staff artist will be held in the 4
Mr. and Mrs. 'David Reed
Homestead Furniture store duringthe TECH SCHOOL EXHIBITS
Mr*. Fred Dewhurit of Miami Mia Grace Hazen of Alliance, this week for Detroit after a two-( next few days, announces Mrs. The technical high school in Miami I
Spring, her sons, Bucky and Ohio i* spending three month at week visit in town. Ben Archer, president of the, which takes by bus pupils
Roger, and her mother, Mr*. W. the home of her cousins, Mr. and Homestead Art Club which la sponsoring from the Redland District has on I
Rogers, spent Wednesday with Mr*. W. J. Vlck. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bowman and the exhibit. display models used In boat building .
'Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Close In Home. daughter returned Monday 'from The collection contains a wide commercial art posters, orna
stead. Mn. Belle Garrett who underwent i Dania. variety of work in both oils and mental Iron pieces, and example
an appendicitis operation In water colors, and shows the versatility of work In electricity, drafting,
Mrs. James M. Carson of Miami the James Archer Smith Hospital II CARD OF THINKS of the artist. radio repair and constructing and
and Kenansville and her two : last week will be returned Saturday I wish to extend my hearty I motor winding \
children, Carol and Jack, visited : to her home in Rock Har- 'thanks to those who cooperatedIn George Cooper, Wilson Lovell, E.
the Fruit Festival Sunday. bor. making the Goulds communitybooth A Ames L. L. Chandler and all For results use Leader ,
i I II the successful exhibit it was others whose help was so greatly
Mr*. W. E. Lewis of Decatur,I Edsel Heln'eln' seaman first class especially! W O. Talbot (for Ins needed and to generously Riven | Enterprise Classified Ads:
''Ala, will arrive today to visit her and third class fire control man flowers), Sam Murphy, Dunn Bros, A. W LINDGREN,
;parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Murphy of the U. S. S Tuscaloosa, which r .. .- ---- -- --
ln. Lewis is the former recently returned from e trip l toiPortugal "
,Miss Marguerite Murphy. Another ( I. arrived here on fur1i I rOl/Z.t SAYN /lBO/lISB II'S HA' :/ ;
daughter of Mr. and Mr, Mur- lough Monday to visit his parents, \
phy, Mrs. H. J. Rhode of Hallan- I Mr. and Mrs Herman Heinlein, in ,
dale, with her daughter, Betty Redland, until Saturday when he I
Joan visited them on Monday. will leave to rejoin his ship at t

Mr. and Mn L. B. Sommers ..., !?
and members of the Miami Coun- FLORIDA CITYBy I ,
try Day School of which Mr Som I
,: mers Is head spent Wednesday Mr*. W W. Severy ,
visiting the Redland District Fruit .MM/HM WIINMMMMIMMNIMMIMMMIMMNDIYMrs.
Festival. Mr. Sommers wa principal
T. M Ayers and Mrs Joe
of the Homestead schools for
Park of High Point. N C.. are i ,
\seven years. guest of Mr. and Mrs Truman
Mrs. Chas. Weekley and son -
William Walter who was born last I t
and Mrs Emil Peters, Sr.
week in the James Archer Smith i :.
!and Mrs Emil Peters, Jr., and I y I I I/
Hospital, were returned to their
borne yesterday. j children will leave next week for | I / t ,
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Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wilson of I
Hollywood were week-end guests \ '
J>f Mrs. Wilson's brother-in-law G&LROOFING
fand sister Mr. and Mrs A. J. .
mpbell in Homestead CO. t

Mr. and Nrl. Pierce A. Bowman I

nd their daughter, Rhoda Jean,
re spending several- weeks visiting Johns Manville ;
In various places on the west
amt Bonded Roofers

I).Ir. and Mrs. O. D. McConnell ,, becouie it's a j!
left the first of this week for their WLf. VUVMN-HUD HX-Ihe only one!
V: home In Washington D. C.. after SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN KItfO In the blggetl-telling low-prke group I I, :
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pending a week visiting Mr. McConnell I
'* brother and tlster-in- J"
Jaw Mr. and Mr. W T McCon- Manufacturer of the Famous ON lid because I
"YAlYl.IN-NEA.D'S THE YlaClI' In performonce t

flL G&LSOLAR on land, tea, and In the alrl j
end Mrs. HollU Barrow of J
South Miami are announcing the
birth of a son, Gary Clyde, in the . because i Hi '
University Hospital, Sunday. His! SIX CTUNDU lave you money on gas, oil j'
weight was seven pound and Too are Invited to visit ear and upkeep! j
'eleven ounces. very complete exhibit of Imported
i and domestic tile and

I Welter P. Sheridan of Goulds other tropical roorinf t because I"', thoroughly
was taken to the James Archer tOVa-lhoroughly DCKHDAIU millions l'
Smith Hospital for treatment Mon- upon millions of owners will testify I

day.Mrs. M-Is' G & L ROOFING CO.N. ,

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i Page: Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday March 7.1941!

I: . . Social Events in South Dade . . .

I The CalendarMar.

),Jeannette Campbell, daughter epee for the bride. Miss Mabel Meeting of Ad AstrsChapter William Wood of Miami, district Maud E. Chandler and Mr*. Bel

or Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Campbell -!,Ruth Pope played several piano of O. E. 8. supervisor of the Florida WPA art Archer, which had won gold stilt
Mar. 7-Meeting of IpltcopalAuxll' awards at the recent exhibit heir!
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and Raymond Robert, son selections.Mrs.
." at 3 o'clock In church. project, was guest speaker at a Club '
the Miami Woman's ur\
of J. H. Roberta, were married Claude Campbell a sister- by
I i Ma: 10-Meeting of Junior Y. meeting of the Homestead Art
der the direction of Myrtle Taylct
In Fort Lauderdale Saturday afternoon in-law of the bride. Mrs. J. D.
W. A. at home of Mrt R. E. Ed-
Club at the home of Mn. Frank Bradford. I
at 2:30: o'clock by Judge Boyd: Perkins and Mrs. J. B. Land presided
Anderson. at the punch bowl and served wards.Mar. Webb Friday afternoon. To Illustrate A salad course, tea and coffc*
11-Meeting of Good Will his talk lie made a crayon were served. I
Min Edna Forte and Paul Vanes sandwiches and cookies.
I I Luncheon Club with Mrs. Lyman of little Tallulah Mr. and Mr|
were attendant at the ceremony.The Others present were: Mn. Ellen portrait study Present were:
bride wore a light blue ensemble Dend,. Mn. Jack Sullivan Mn. Williams. Ann Webb, daughter of Mr. and Wood, Mn. O. O. Anderson OlIO
Mar. Homestead school carnival Mn. Bevo Webb. cartoonist, Mis Grace Haul
with plnk.accessories anda Leuben Greenwood. Mrs. T. J. cago
pink and blue corsage of alters Walker, Mrs. Pat Boatwrlght Mrs. at Chamber of Commerce Mr. Wood also exhibited paintings 'of Alliance, O. Mn. Bevo Web,

and b.b)"', breath. A.J. Campbell Mrs. Claude Campbell building.Mar. by F. O. McIntyre of the,Mn. Frank Hausman Mrs. H. \

Miss Fort wore a green ensemble Mn. Perkins Mn. Land, Miss 13-Meeting of Redlandw. Miami Dally Newt staff, and at''Ekberg, Mn. Russell Anderson,
with whit accessories anda Annette Campbell Mill Constance s. C. a the request of these present analyzed Mn. B. E. Catlin Mn. Maud I
Mar. 12-JBeneflt fish fry on paintings by three of Its'Chandler and the hostesses )11
sweet pea cona,.. I Hunter Miss Mildred Craft. Miss
The bride, born and reared In Mary Bradley Miss Geneva Vann, from Redland 6.30 Community to 1 m. Church.. lawn members, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. 'Webb and Mn. Archer. .1

Homestead, la a member of last Mist Mary Roberts Miss Bonnie p.
Mar. Adjourned meeting of
aprlng'i graduating clan at Homestead -I I Groover and Miss Nina Bullard. Homestead P. T. A. executive MRS. JAMES L. BIRD IS AGAIN ELECTED
High School. Gifts were received from: Mn.
The bridegroom, also, has spent I J. K. WhiUker, Mrs. J. L. Burton committee. PRESIDENT OF JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLU
Mar. 12-Meeting of W. M. U. In
most of hit life here. He was ; Mn. Cliff Campbell, Mn. Tony I .
graduated from Homesteaed High i JGucclardo, Mrs. J. M. Forte, Mrs. church. Mn. James L. Bird was reelct.ed and Miss Whitaker.
Mar. 12-Annual meeting of
School la 11)38 and Is now employed I Motile Thomas, Mn. Ethel Sellan, :I president of the Junior Worn-
!\Homestead Woman's Club. GROUP TO SERVEST.
In Key West where they,[Mn. Alvin Campbell Mn. Whitney I Ii I an'i Club of Homestead at a meeting CATHOLIC
Mar. 13-St. Patrick's festival
will make their home. .i Beam, Mrt. Henry Brooker, I Monday night In the dubious
I dinner and country store benefit A St. Patrick'a dinner and coutry I
A wedding dinner was given!!Jr., Mn. R. E. Edwards, Mn. Fred I *. Mn. Burley Dendy Will re-
it Sacred Heart clubhouse from announced for ne
Saturday evening at the home of Pennlngton, Mrs. E. Holloway, elected first vlce-prealdent; Mra. store are
,,11:30.. m. to 8p. m. Mar. 13. In the cluhouse
the brlde'i parents In honor of the'! Mrt. Fielding Ruff Mrs. T. J. Bruce Ennlj treasurer; and Miss Thursday,
Mar. 14-Annual exhibit of Heart Chur
the Sacred
young couple. The centerpiece was I Bleier Mrs. Ceo. Campbell Mrs.T. I| Ellen Huff, corresponding secre of
,Princeton Home Demonstration of the chure
the Altar Society
T. Mn. M: D. Jacobsen :by
large wedding cake decorated In Bowen
a ;
,Club at the home of Mn. W. W.I tary.New Dinner will be served from 11.3'o'clock ;
pink and green. Mn. Ed Barnes, Mn. A. L. Lanier, officer elected were: Mrs.
Bethea. 8. Mrs. Charles Pop
Covert ware laid for: Mr. and 'I Mrt. Early Dendy Mrs. Pat Tucci, I 17 Augustus Wynn, second vicepresident until
Mar. -Meeting of Garden is chairman.
Mrs. Roberta, Mr. and Mra. Camp Mn. B. F, Dendy, Miss Edwina ; Mrs. Harold Oxford recordIng general
Dub .
at home of Mrs. H. M. Final plant for the dinner .we
bell Min Annette Campbell Mm Clot. Kill Rachel Gossman Mist secretary; and Mia Pearl
Brown, Sr. at meeting
made a
Forte Fred Borgardt and Paul Sophie Borgardt Miss Pearl Whit- Whitaker, auditor.
Mar. Luncheon of
Vann. I aker. Miss Mildred Bat... Miss TIlt president appointed Miss the society.
:Homestead B. P. W. C. in Tapa- Present at the meeting wer<
The bride was given a mlscellaneoua Marjorie Conner Miss Ruby Foster Wnitaker, Mrs. Oxford, Mrs. Virginia
wlngo Inn at 12 o'clock. Mn. Clark Robert Mn. L.
shower Friday afternoon Mill Gracie Tords. KIll Mildred Walton and Mrs E. A. Buchanan
I Mar. 17-Dinner meeting of Smith. Mn. M. L. Walker MnL.
In toe WoeBart dub building by Sullivan Miss Julia Benton, to serve aa a building com-
Junior Woman'a Club. Oalgle, Mrs. C. Dalfle. Mn. Jo
Mill Kathleen Freeman, Mill Mist Hatel Pemningtoa, Min Myr- mittee to meet with similar committee -
Mar. IB-Meeting of HomesteadW. Gadw. ', Mrs W S. BangharMra.
Kathryn Mann and Mia Fort tle McMlllon and Mist Louise Pa- from the Woman'a Club of )
S. C. S. circles. F. A. Minnerly, Mn. Pop an
Guests wrote their favorite re- eettt Homestead to plan for a new build-
- .- -- Mar. 1 -Meeting of HomesteadP. I Ing. the Rev. T. J. Cleary.Tamer's .
T. A.Mar. ,
Present at the meeting were: I _
DR. AND MRS.: B. E. GATLIN ENTERTAINH. Jl-Meeting of Homestead'
I Mra. R. E. Sherard, Mn. R. J. Elliott -
Horn Demonstration Club In Future I

H. S. VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Farmer Clubhouse at ':30 Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mn. T. J. Funeral Home,
Walker, Mn. F. B. Greene, Mn. AMBULANCE SERVICELady
o'clock. I tt-IIB
-- Clifton DeBerry. MM. Olin Wright \
Dr. and Mrs. B. 1:. Gatlin, enthu- James Sullivan Lester Archer, Mar. 24-Meeting of Jennie Lob- Mn. Walton, Mra. Wynn Mn. Attendant

elastic basketball fans entertainedthe Ralph Dellinger Charles Conner, dell Circle with Mrs. Leslie Dit- Wynn, Mra Buchanan, Mn. Bird, Phone 864-R Homestead Fla. I I'J

members of the Homestead Fred Fuchs, Charles Robertson ter.Apr. Mn. Oxford. Mill Geraldine Reltzl
Ballaro D. L. and Meeting of W. M. U.
squad High at School a hamburger vanity fry basketball last night Matt Bowen, Donald, Done, Elmer Harry Martin circles. ................................................,......................

on the lawn of their home off N. W. Walter Brannan Charles Stef-

Fifth street fanl,, Edward Tomerlin and Rich- cards had been sent to the sick

Other guests were: Principal and ard Biggen. during the past month. :

Mn. B. M. Hindman. Coach and Present besides those named

Mn. T. J. Bleier, Mr. and Mrs. I W. S. C. S. HOLDS were: Mn. O. L. Showalter, Mn. A SMALL
R. J. Heater and Dr. and Mrs. R. J. I MARCH MEETING Mathilde Williams, Mn. J. J.

Elliott. Mrs. Dan Williams has been ap- Richards, Mrs. C. A. Williams, Mn
Team members present were:I pointed chairman of a committee Leslie Ditter, Mn. J. A. McNeill, HOME

to plan for providing new seats Mn. J. A. Daugherty, Mrs. C. D.Raker .

a: P. w. a CUB for the Homestead Methodist Mn. S. E. Livingston Mn. y 1
Robert Glenn, Mn. A. M. Logan, ,
OMITS: MEETING Church.: The appointment was 4
Because the members are serving I made at a meeting of the Woman's Mn. J. W. English, Mn. Mollie

at official hostesses at the Fruit Society ofChristian, Service Tuesday Win,..., Mrs.'Jason Avery, Mn.

Festival the Homestead Business I afternoon In the church Mri. H. L. Brandenburg Mn. S. F.

and Professional Women's Club did lB. M. Hindman president, pre Mathews, Mrs. Dave Williams. and

not hold Its March pro'l'Im.meet. sided. Miss Jennie Lobdell.DON'T .

Ing Monday evening.The Mrs. Williams presented a program -
next meeting will be a I on "Methodist Missions

luncheon o* Mar. 17. Around the World" with talks by '
Cant Even families with incomes under $2,000
Mrs Geo. Ranson, Mrs H. L. Yu Be'Happ are

BARBARA JEAN tMITU "J Brown. Mn. J. P. Andenon and able to build homes these days. And not just *
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY J Mrs. Williams. wthootHviam{

In honor of her twelfth birthday -I I Mrs Anderson reported that "small" homes. You'can build a modern home i

: anniversary Friday Barbara eight bouquets of flowers and fiver
Jean Smith was given a dinner, -and pay for it out of your income, on the *

party at her horn by her mother '
Mn. A. D. Smith. After dinner,r FHA Plan. ,

the group attended the theatre. : $

Coven were laid for: Barbara Joylene rfi The down payment is usually covered by the ,|
Mock Ruth Rutland

,. Wakefleld. Catherine Shacklefordand building lot. And yOu pay the balance just I
Barbara Jean Smith.
1- like rent. But come in and we'll give you the 1
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.. BECOME RUN-DOWN story in figures. Figures to fit your home- f
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t i:' ST. PATRICK'S \ affect becaua the the condition state of of your your mind.body = and jour budget. \

FESTIVAL DINNER If perchance you ar* not now up
I to par It .to unwise and unnecessary No obligation at all on your part Even z'
1- andCOUNTRY c.o.1oIIIIIO_..M of.***.. tor you to suffer hi silence. *

STORE' beotsrlaw.. ; with rf. .Cool c Call and learn how and why though you're not ready to build, the FHA I

BEHETTT I aoKoomMabbl/ -chiropractic therefore keep happy people-by healthyand the Plan is something you should know about. f

I MM application of eommon-ens corrective Well be glad to explain it I .;

-. Sacred Heart Church f1wWe measures.HOURS .r

Homestead Florida ':}' to lit S to .:ltl 6 to B :

: .M.MrP..4 Tuesdays tM to IS; S to 6:31Bandars I W. D. HORNE CO.
TIIVRSDAT MARCH It. lit N. w._ by AapetatoMat !

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Mr*. W. D. Coker. Mrs. Marian.I making both masks and wound to show the development of '
[ I Mrs. Polk Mr*. Home, Mn. Pick. I Iarel. I lettes are shown in the art marlon-I education from early day to the
Mn. Pich and Mr*. Irwin. of the Redland classes, present I'
SOcialEven1s 11I I The next meeting win be held Miss Eleanor Meben.A Mrs Ruth Russell second grade
[ April 2 at the home of Mn Scott aerie of aquarium pictures hat made I model of completefarm.
I' Circle Two planned at its meet- made with chalk by fourth and Mrs. Eva Fletcher's tint 1
Ini Wednesday afternoon at the fifth grade classes form I colorful and second grades have made I '
home of Mr*. A. D. Smith to conduct : display. Various other poster, model of the Pan-American airport (
I a special visiting campaign to large and small are on display. In Miami and of I hangar and ''
HENRY PRIDGEN WILL TAKE AS BRIDE Interest Inactive member In the Boxes decorated with finger airplane
Church: work. painting stenciled curtains, woodcarving Mn. Flora Vlhtao'i lint trader ;
t FLORENCE FIRTH OF JACKSONVILLE Mr*. Gordon Ivey spoke on metal work,felt necklaces, have made and furnished a large
"Chinese Organize a Tithe Band"; bracelet and pins, two model, don house and they have made,
.Announcement Was m d-thisVeck Tee Homestead family, ,He.I*" .1 Mr*. Smith on -Pro.,..* Among rooms and a model house and gar also, I mural of children leaving
of the approaching marriageof ] grandson of the late L. R. Nixon 1 Indians"; and Mr*. Bert Andrew den add variety to the exhibit school.
Henry Ruffin Pridgen iJf Jacksonville and I nephew-of Mn: R.'J:. Edo oh "'Annie W. Armstrong Otter The work of the Redland art
ton of the 1U Mr. and wards, and he tan numerous.other In*". department I II correlated with other Free Sight Test Given
lit*. Henry R. Pridgen who formerly relative In the city.Since hit Present were: tin. Chas. Mar- activities of the school ube
Educational BootliChildren
Bred IB Homestead, and Min I early'I yean his home has been InMiami tin, Mn. A. A. Butsey, Mn. Laura school' general exhibit shows. At
Florence Mae Firth, daughter of and In Jacksonville but he Davis, Mn. Andrew, Mn, Ivey,I Mural by low grade and high
Mr. and Mr*. Bernard E. Firth of 'has been a frequent visitor here. Mn. Smith and Mn. Snytter. have a prominent place and a well In this district have
Jacksonville.! The wedding will I His father was past potentate of i made three-section sign In the slightly better vision than those
take place Monday evening March.Mahl Shrine' Temple In Miami. JUNIOR Y. W. A. TO MEET school's colon, orange and black who live in Miami, reports Dr. F.
24, at g o'clock in the Riverside i _i WITH MRS. R. E. KDWA1DS I graces the entire front of the exhibit P. Archer of Miami who has been
Presbyterian Church of that city. 'HOMESTEAD P. T. A. The Junior y W. A. of the First giving test to all who desire them
Mr. Pridgen belongs to a pion- i EXECUTIVES, TO MEET Baptist Church of Homestead will in the educational exhibit booth
The Homestead P. T. A. executive meet Monday evening at the homeof Latin Classes Show maintained at the Fruit Festivalby
committee will appoint a Mn. R. E. Edwards, \leader the Southeast Florida Opto
I Romans at Meal Time
PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY nominating committee at it* ad- Mil Mable Ruth Pope will present metric Association. This*!* due, he t
MEETS AT HATHAWAY HOME ijourned) meeting Wednesday after- a week of prayer program. says, to the advantages offered by
In the Redland School exhibit
"Mrs. J. M. HoUerty conducted :Inoon at 3:IS o'clock In the clinic rural life.
a Bible study course at a meetingof {room. I IMRS. I the Latin classes of Miss Shirley Free tight test are offeredschool
Craft Work IncludedIn
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Harkness have on display models and those who ,
Homestead Presbyterian Church: HORNE ELECTED ]I. II. S. Exhibit of a Roman temple, the Colosseum drive can..l1d"s.. are made.
Thursday at the home of Mrs. The association distributes booklets
Frank Hathaway In Goulds. ASSISTANT Mn. Dexter LEADER Home elected Posters which represent mosaics and a typclal Roman home that show the anatomy of the
Present wen: Mrs. T. L. Hodges 1 assistant leader of Circle was One of made by the ancient Egyptians, Assyrians I with peristyle, swimming pool and human eye and contain Instruction
Mrs. J. A. Ricks. Mrs. W. H. the Wom .n'. Missionary Union of Creeks, and Romans forma decorated wall and floors. There as to its care.
Owen Mrs. A. F. purling Mrs. I the Fint Baptist Church of Home.' striking and colorful group In I* I model also of a Roman dining Each day and evening one of the
Mary Abercrombie, Mrs. Frank !stead at a meeting Wednesday afternoon i the Homestead High School art ex- I room with Its triple couches oc- 3D members of the association is at
Robinson Mn. R. C. Jackson Mrs. at the home of Mn. Frank hibit made by pupils from the sev- cupied by figure In Roman dress. the booth. Dr L Lombard of
R. E. Trotter, Mn. N. VanGeldren,i Irwln. Mrs. Pete Morgan I Is leader enth grade to the twelfth under The ninth grade English class Miami Is president of the association -
Mrs. P. S. Stapleton Mrs. Ceo. D. |of the circle. the direction of Mn. William Gee. also taught by Miss Harkness, displays and Dr. F. P. Archer, Jr, Is
Ruehle, Mrs. Carl F Robinson, A missionary program was Silhouettes painted by the seventh a colorful row of original secretaryPir. .
Mrs. Gordon E. Dill, Mrs. Hol-i i sen led. Mn. Julia Polk poke prei on and eighth grades on glass Illustrations for "The Rime of the
ferty and Mn. Hathaway.W. and backed with tinfoil form another Ancient Mariner." Spanish and
Contributions Hanking
"Baptist to the New
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Leonard >.
I effective history classes show attractive
World Order". Mn. Home gave group. posters ,
M. U. GIVES a reading, -It Works", and Mrs.I There are also, a marionette ex- and maps. There Is also a GLASSESN.
DAILY PROGRAMS Morgan gave a reading, "My hibit and numerous health, safety general science exhibit and a bot- I t. !s. n..l.auaea.sear
Each morning this week except Place'.' Mn. T. D. Fiche read the and advertising posten. any ekhioit. sad ...-. .. 1
Wednesday a week of prayer program second chapter of a missionary I Masks of the different races Miss Mary Furry' fourth and 111 _N. B. nm an Ci.4MH.i4), ...-.. )na.C .
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I ia being presented In the story, "Tried as by Fire", and Mr*. found In America and various marionettes fifth grades have made a feature CM .wlMt tin .
and the taken In moving-picture that can be un-
Sunday school building of the Flnt Catherine Pickard gave a prayer I steps
Baptist Church of Homestead for poem. loin. Irwin conducted the
members of the Woman' Missionary devotional part of the program I I
Union. Present were: Mn. J. H. Scott,

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TAMPA save parking problem He cu rtopevtrwk '.;". '. See The New Model
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HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE ;;; ''Friday: ::A> iclI1..1Mlf! lilt t tI'

P. P Ten .. THE

Van Paassen, Who Interviewed! Hitler: : .'

---Homestead High-Lights. 1928, to Lecture in l\haml.March: 13 li liIn f

Pierre van Paassen, author of gogue, a man never to be taken
"Days of Our Yean", and distinguished 1 i'seriously by a people aa soberly t
'" -- foreign, correspondent. ,analytical as the Germans."

I is beginning an Interesting studyof Boys Like ConsumptionI who will lecture In Edison achool During his first Interview with .
CARNIVAL TO BE I Holland next week. I I Part of Cooking Lesson auditorium Miami, on Mar. 13 on Mussolini In 1B2I, II Duce fiddledfor f L
has started its Last him and had a government
1 I Miss Ray' room I i I the subject "Democracy1
12 new reading book. James Fritter H. H. S. boy who are taking Stand", was one of the first foreign I photographer take a picture of him ,
HELD MARCH ; I Ia a new pupil of that room. I cooking lessons are surprised to correspondents to Interview playing his violin for the American '

I Mrs. Bird' class Is making and find they like especially the Hitler and Mussolini and to ice In Journalist Mussolini was also at i
coloring pictures of boy and sampling of the cooked products heir rise an omnlous threat to the great pains to Impress the NewYork '
There I la an undercurrent of girl 'of other lands They have In an exchange arrangement between future freedom and welfare of World's representative with "
excitement throughout Homestead I also made cardboard pictures of I the home economics and mankind.His the fact that he read not one but .:
High School, for the plans for the children and put stands on the agriculture department the following first Interview with Hitler several cantos from Dante every

annual carnival are getting underway I i backs of them to make them stand boy are spending two periods was back In 1928 and was regarded night. His main theme, then, I
Mr*. Becker Is hurrying back up. a day, two days a week In the a so unimportant by most of the however, aa it has been consistently ,
and forth with mysterious pack!I Mr*. r'* pupil welcomeRobert foods labatory: Harry Bowen, D. In the powerful syndicates since that time I was "the might, I
ages In her arms, and she Is having i :: Junior Alexander.They L. Bowen, Charles Conner, Ralph newspapers served by Mr. van Paassen, the grandeur, the destiny and the

secret conferences with committee I are sorry that Jacqueline Dellmger, Norman Ernst, Louis that It was burled on the Inside, military prowess of Italy.
members. I I Bebee had to be transferred. Her I Eaker, Clayton Camber, Barney and his account of the Brown Of the two Van Paassen has already -. I

On Wednesday, Mar. 12, the I class Is making booklets on South Godwin, Kenneth Glenn, Allen I Shirt leader denounced editorially regarded Hitler ai by far
school carnival will be held at the I America. Hastings, Jay Newton, Chattel by some newspapers as "fantastic the most dangerous, though In the
Chamber of Commerce building I Mrs. Wynn's class I II making Robertson and Elbert West I sensationalism", beginning he copied the technique

The fun and excitement will begin ;beautiful Hawaiian leis from crepe The girl take agriculture two Mr. van Paassen admits that he worked 'out by II Duce. I
early In the evening, and con paper. periods a week. A new and enlarged edition of ''r
tinue until late. Bingo, fishponds I Mr*. Callaher gave her elementary Mrs. Hindman has started a himself was very little impressed "Days of Our Years" was released t
with Hitler at that first meeting,
games of skill, side-shows, class a talk about how to find Clinic Club to have someone In the this fall. The book had sold more i
classifying him "a
mentally as
and a beauty contest are among I.different classes of books. Mrs. clinic room each period of the day than 320,000 copies, one of the t
crack-brain maniac with a fixation" -
the many attractions offered thepublic. Gallaher also tent for let ofencyclopedias to help anyone who may need aid largest sales attained by a non. .
: I I Later Incidents which he
for the fifth and of any kind; and to keep the room fiction book In recent )'ean. Mr. 1
covered for his syndicate revealedto
Come one, come all. Have fun I sixth grades.II. clean and sanitary as possible., him, however, the fuhrer's van Paassen. Is now at work on I
School The following pupil have chargeof novel.
at the Homestead his z
c.rnIV.I'1 II. S. Booth Attracts it one period day: Libby Jane power over people.Mr. The lecture will be given under (
Buck, Helen Dent, Mary Ellen van Paassen still contends, the auspices of the 'Dade County'I
Provision Is Made Fruit Festival Crowds Dearlng, Grade Torcise, Mary I however, that the secret of HiUer'1I.muln I Classroom Teachers' Association
For Club Meetings MIstretta, Theda Proctor and Sue career lies not In Hitler 1t
Many" visitor have been attracted Moye. I but In the German people aa he I

I by the exhibit our high school Mrs. Hindman's home economics |knew them during his years In and Crowded Program For ;
Homestead High School has become hal over at the festival this year. class had a fashion show Tuesday out of Germany as one of the best Townscr.dites Sunday
Interested In various clubs It Is smartly decorated In our and pleased to known of the American foreign I
night were very
which are being sponsored by [school color of green add white. have the Glee Club help them In correspondents 1 ___ i J i ib

several teachers. These club The department which are represented the show by singing i "That people sordidly! humlllat- I A none wvlrc r"d pen talk will

meetings take place every Wednesday I are shorthand, English, The home economic departmentof ed, without hope, reduced to I, + ',,'d In Legion Park, Homestead i
In the ten-minute homeroom I,I typing, mathematics, science, geography Homestead and Redland schools I starvation and poverty, with al lit 7:39 n. m. Sunday under the r'I
period. Eight minutes of and history. have cooperated In a booth for the youth feeling the frustration and I sponsorship of the Homestead
each morning period also are given I I The science department has Fruit Festival futility of its existence, was ready I i I Townsend club, with J. F. Win- ; 0I
and this makes 45 minutes for the been greatly praised by all visiting for anything any device, no mat.:I neur of Highland Park Mich. as f 1

meeting. A pupil can belong to people. There are specimens Billy Arthur Is Made ter how foolish or how desperate,I j: the speaker of the day, it was announced r .
only one club +of snakes, shells, snails and alligator -
of Wednesday. ;
Officer at AnnapolisBilly to throw off the chains slavery 1 .
A science club, sponsored by I akins. 1 Imposed at Versailles, ," he said I Local Townsendites are plannlng- (
Mr. He-ter, proved very popularto Mr. Hester and his "cookingachool" recently In discussing some of his I also to attend two other meetings
most of the students. have finally moved their Arthur of Homestead has moat significant experiences Sunday: a Townsend conference i
dog over and everyone I* Invitedto been made, signal officer at the : I .
I abroad. Park,
The Journalism Club, sponsored at 10 a. m. In Hunter Lyon .
come over and examine It. U. S. naval academy at Annapolis,
by Mrs. Bleier, has Its present 1 Hialeah, and a mass meeting at I \
"The German had lost
-Mary Jo Close. according to word received by his people .
members and also some new ones. m. in Bayfront Park, Miami. ,
parents, Mr. and Mr*. A. F. Arthur. confidence In the parliamentarygame ;
This club la open for new memo I methods All meetings are open to the pub*, .J
and the employedby
JUNIOR HIGH NEWS He will, serve from Apr. 6 till
Invitation Is extended
lie, and a special
bers.The I May 31.This the diplomats to relievethe
library club, sponsored by, .Since the rush of booklet makIng honor I Ia possible only to a burden of Versailles when Hitler to all to attend the meetingIn

Mrs. Gallaher, If open for newmembers. Is over for this school year the:I senior whose general aptitude and came along . The thing seemed Homestead Sunday night saidJ. \. .
I studies Junior D. Wysong. secretary. Of the, I
school of High art scholastic standing for the previous incredible, without watchinghim '.
Mr. Blackburn has charge of the again In regular session. 'years have entitled him to stripes perform; and ,I could easily club. L _. I
Student Council which will have The ninth grade English classes He will be graduated In February understand why people "'living

its regular weekly meetings* at, are reading elections from "Fly 'of next year-In six months thousands of miles away, were Inclined -' ;
this time. ing the Printed Trails". I less time than the four yean required to dismiss the upstart party
(iMn Becker who has charge of I Tuesday afternoon during' the In normal times. leader as a scatter-brained dema
the Junior Carnival will meet with seventh period Mr. Hester showed

her committee also. i some of his science classes talkIng -
Mrs. Scott I* organizing inArtistic picture on volcanoes. \
Typing Club. -Alda Connor.
Mr. Wakefield is organizing" a I

HI Y, Club. a youth organization ASSEMBLY POSTPONEDThe
similar to the Y. M. C. A. This' DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ANY
club is open to 8th grade boys assembly program was postponed
only. Friday because of the Fruit 4I

Mr. Hindman has organized a Festival which required attention

camera club. The only qualification ! and work. If nothing happen tochange OF THESE FAULTS
for membership Is to own a the schedule the assembly
camera. I program will take place this FriHHS I

Other clubs are the Girls' Glee -tag continued .. .. ....._.. .
Club, the Pep Club, the 4-H Club day morning. I ? '
and the Girl Reserves. Annabelle Peters. .

The clinic supervisors? seven I '. ,' '.. iIi.

chosen girls, will meet with Mrs. ART AND MUSIC NEWS .'.. -1.1:' ,'.', : '.. \
Hindman In the club period.A The art class hal completed Its < .
wood collectors club la open work on mosaics. Many of the . .0' Lacks Power and Speed? . "

for seventh and eighth grade girls. posters are now on display at the .' 41.

turn Everyone out to hopes be successful that these clubs Fruit Festival. Also silhouette. ,;"t: -1'':. Hard to Start? .: T:.,-. f"';($ .Fi....*. .:...
painting on glass are on display.The "" '
Uses Too Much Gas? ;
-Melba Van Winkle. band has enjoyed very i : .
much performing over at the Fruit Vibrates rough? :. : 7
or runs
ELEMENTARY NEWS Festival. After this week the ...." I

I Mrs. Edward class welcomes member hard on the will County start working Music doubly Festival .. ....J. Sluggish and No Pep? :-' ," '
Howard Alexander firm Missouri.
music the time la ,
i a* drawingnear -
The children are working 0" '
on aw .. I
that event
to .
Pilgrim poster now. Mrs. Joseph I I Phantom, .
'ft Wilson from Miami Beach gave a
I potted bulb and the room Is enjoying
t .3 watching bulb sprout and Only Em
r turn green.Paul Restaurant Patron: "You may Drive' it into our 'garage and have the engine SCIENTIFICALLY
f I Benson and Robert Lewis bring me dozen tried oysters"
j are new pupil of Mrs. Hood' Waiter: "Ise awfully sorry, boll, TESTED with our new SUN MOTOR TESTER and

but de fact Is, we's outer all shellfish
room. -
, for yourself what is needed to it in first class operating
t Mrs. Cooper' room bass new 'ceptin alga" Christian Ad see put
i pupil, Beverly Fritter. The class vocate.. I condition.

f . -. DR. C. H. DENBY

;/ :i [ Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

I Osteopathic Physician

.. I South Krome Ave. Phone 18 :

... I :0 TV; ; Phone 39Homestead i OPPOSITE TAG AGENCYr'

Fla. I (

(Over Brown'i Drug Storey ) I

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Friday, March 7,1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Page Eleven !

-- I prizes--first on strawberries and /1 1I :

i collards, and second on onions. I II

I I Dean Sickle, who'won three CLASSIFIED ADS '

edRattler- F: 1 prizes--.I ll firsts-on turnips, beets I ] .1

i land parsley I II insertion :
tint Insertion JO ; lint subsequent *
I .SATE: a ;
I Richard who ten
DORA' SCOTT aaj 1LAJEAN IK\\IX. Editor Ball won prizes H a lint ,' * '
J i-first on golden aralla, .n undetermlned ,

I species of croton, and, L.----- .

Duncan grapefruit; second on San- I, FOR EXCHANGEFOR FOR SALE-7 X I foot umbrella' ,
R. IL S. Enters District TournamentThis sevlerla In rock pot display of six tent with aewed-ln floor $7.90 ;4

i crotons Individual and common' EXCHANGE-Will exchange See Harry Cooper rural carrier, I
and Local Tournament NextThe
Week ratio Duncan grapefruit; third I lirl' bicycle for man'i bicycle. (pm-7)) -

-- \ on crown of Thorns cactus, and I Bauer drive and Country Club ,!

: aralla. road. Rt. 1. Box 876. Mrs. J...
B Tournament In which' Admission for students to the | Donald Grate who won five J H. Brtwerton. (pf28-m28) FOR SALE-Living, dining and 1

both Homestead and Redland are tournament games will be twenty. )( prizes-first on vase of gladioli I. bedroom suites, also other furniture

dined is to be played this Thurs I live cents each session except the I half-dozen snapdragons and vaseof i FOR RENTFOR In good condition.i Apply i

day, Friday and Saturday In the final one which will be fifty cents pansies! ; second on basket all I I 1C10 N. W. eth st, Miami.f721) .

Miami Edison ymnaalum. i Season tickets for the tournament mixed, flowers; third on vase ofjcalendulas. RENT Apartments and )

. Redland play the first game will sell for a dollar. ;( !! rooms See Mrs. J. H. Dixon '

Friday at 11 a. m. with Stuart Our own tournament betweenthe I Charles Behrens. Rex Romlne corner Palm Avenue and Avenue LOANS

The championship game U to be I classes In our school will start and Willis Vlck (the latter two B, Florida City. (pm-14,

played Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Monday with the seventh and ex-members), who won II prizes )
eighth grades playing tint and -first on cactus, draceaena, chay- ,
Girl VisitsImmigration 1 second periods. The ninth and ote, lettuce, and display of ten 'I furnished apartment Mrs. Eva REPAIR Residential, Grove
Re He S. tenth will play immediately after Collins Federal highway, Biscayne and Business Property
or vegetables second !
more ; on
- ChiefThe I school, and the eleventh and shrimp plant carrots, chayote and I drive at Modello. (f-28tf) From $30 to .OOD-from I mo. to

twelfth right after that. Tuesday I 5 years.
I display of ten or more vegetables; FOR SALEFOR
senior class In government : will have only one game-between third on croton pedilantbus chay No Down Payment-No Red Tap

has been studying Immigration and the winners of the day before. I ote and commerlcal display of SALE-Restaurant buildingon SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

naturalization of aliens who come I Wednesday the teams that lost will potted ornamentals. Key Welt highway at Florida $200 for 36 mo,-Repay $9.39 mo. (
United States from other play for the consolation honor. $900 for 38 mo.-Repay $19 (T mo.
to the I Willard Norman ex-member City. See J. Kupperti at Florida
countries. Marjorie Lewis one of After this the championship game who won second prize for commercial City or write Box 128. $1,900 for 80 mo.-Repay $3290

the students visited the Immigration : will be played. display of potted orna- (pf2B-ml4) mo.Ask
offices in Miami and gave the Admission to these games is free mentals. for FREE Estimates

following report: I and everyone is Invited. laW Lee, who won third prize '10-ACRE corner bearing grove Without Obligation

"I went to Miami to the federal for individual display of ten or I near Homestead just off U. S. 1, LOANS can be secured to Modernize -

post office building which houses CLASSES SEE PASSPORTOne more vegetables.E. I, 5-room house, partly furnished. and Repair LEASED OR

all offices of this federal district of our high school student, C. By a re, Jr., who won first $1900 caah. : t ,?. MORTGAGED Property.We .

and called on Mr. Thompson the Kearney Henning, bought his and second prizes on one classification 5% ACRES unimproved long road also have F.HA. LOANS for

head of the bureau of Immigration I passport to school last week so the of papayas. 1 frontage near Homestead $500. New Homes payable monthlyover

In this district. H. explained history classes might see and studyIt Herman Byars who won tint $50 cash; balance easy. 20-29 years.

alien Immigration and gave me Kearney has a five-year vise and second prizes on another cla.sification .- S ACRES fine avocados 5 acres citrus Let us supply your BUILDING

these figures: from the English government. He of papayas. I small bungalow; Location NEEDS. Prompt Service.:

"Alien arrivals have Increased Is from a small island possession of really within Homestead but no BKOOKER LUMBER CO.

from 15,933 in 1933 to 100,352 in Great Britain, Carrion south of Hjn-nmun ,I city taxes makes this an opportunity
Phone 62 Homestead, Fla.
1940; boards of inquiry from 72 in Cuba. Kearney also showed us Wife: "Weren't you surprised buy. $8500 with any

1933 to 508 In 1940; and warrant his alien registration card. dear, when you found that I had !i I reasonable terms.

cases from 68 in 1933 to 198 in w...... w"r ,.M..M..MM.M I given you a check for a present?"I([Eleanor Froacher Overseas Highway WANTED
I ml. so. of Homestead.
1940. REDLAND F. F. A. Husband: "I certainly was." j Ph. 528J. (f28.m7)) ,
Boards of that the I
inquiry means ,
Wife: "Well, did you sign it? WANTED: Small camp site on deepwater

aliens of doubtful character were BY JOHN LANDRUM. Reporter 10-ACRE TRACT within 2 miles in vicinity of Homestead

brought before a board of Inquiry, _.M.__......_........__ IN ELEVENTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL' COURT CIRCUIT.OF Till IN of town; has over 300 GOOD or on Key Largo. Box A-130

and warrant cases means that II AND! FOR DADE COUNTY' fLORIDA. grapefruit trees. No buildings.Has care of Leader-Enterpribe.
some aliens were deported for FESTIVAL NEWS IN CIANCKRV. .
NO. '1"'. been held at $2,000 now offered (17-11)
certain reasons. Redland Chapter members LEOTA M. STEARNSt: a widow at $1,500 and I can Jell II

"The increase in alien arrivalsIn placed nearly one hundred exMi : Plaintiff ... i for leu. Make me an offer.You'll TUTORING WANTED high
eight years has made the fed- GEORGE A. ROUN8AVELL, *t al.IlIor..d. I not find for
i I bits of all kinds In the adult divljslons ..... more your school and grade school subjects
eral government<< realize Miami'svalue I of the festival Including Individual ORDER TO APPEAR money. Phone 72. H. A. Cameron !I Mrs. K. J. Armstrong, A. B,
as a port and has led It toward ,The state af Florida
her! : exhibits, Individual displays I T. Gwra A ...........n..1t IMnf. and I Homestead. f7-tf) I I Plummer drive and CountryClub 4
taking steps .to. enlarge
commercial exhibits and If dead to his. unknown h.lra, ...._ road.
harbor facilities. community exhibits and displays. .legate,. grantees and _1.1 FOR SALE-7-room house on
"After that I And to all parsons kivlnr or elalmlny.in !
went downstairsand more than acre of ground fronting -
have Judged
Part of these ai Interim la the following dweribodland.
visited the clerk of the federal , this is being written I and the partial I .' 130 feet on South Krome CLEAN RAGS WANTED W1L

court who explained naturalization results to this time show HrKkta.Lot II trrordlnt of Block to t of plat Auburn these I ave. (Oversea Highway), 142 exchange subscription or advertising

which takes place In the federal Redland members and three that 1 01. ......... I. Plat' Book la., feet on S. W. 8th st (Homestead for clean r.IL Leader-

district court. He said thai t i members have won fifty-one pan Dado 67 Cvanty at the, florid.Publle Record.d I -Florida City boundary line) Enterprise.In .

in 1940 more than: five hundred awards with more to be heard I CREETNGgiLeota and IgO feet on S. W. lit terrace. -
had received their final M. Stearns. a widow having six Iota with I ISo City of Homestead County nf
persons Comprises
I from later. These Include 29 first filed In this court her worn bill of ....... I 110... State of Florida M owikrnml In
papers In his court. This was the prizes, 15 second prizes and 11' plaint, In thin cult the nature and purpoM two vacant strategic corners; (:..11'..... No. KIM Tlw aomuioMol
largest group. that Miami has had i of wklrk u> U. detrrmln the. till of tko all lots connected with city wat- told Property, under tko Mid n>HI.ftealo .
third the land hrrrlnabor drorrlbed
prizes. plaintiff to bound WM In Uw Mm of Linage
jo far.i1 Members listed among the winners to b* a load and aufflrlrnt. aboolut Ion er and sewer mains; house has belle".
simple. till. U ban all claim and Inter- modern plumbing and electrical Lot M. Block S. FMIAddn.. No. S,
Include: ..i of the Wfend.nl. and cack of thorn In I* Uw City I of HanoiMd Counts ofDndo.
SPEAK ON CHARACTERLast I H. A. Aman, Jr., who won seven and to Mid land posted upon and deter1minod. I Itf' I fixtures, screened porch and State <>( Florida .o embraced In 1

Friday morning the seventh prizes-first on guavas, cabbage till. to to remora Mid "cloud.d. to upon quiet the and pUInt......1 i eastern exposure to prevailing Crrtlflrato Mid. propane No. 'under 0... Tk the' auoMmmtof MM rrrtl-

grade boys had charge of the assembly ,: tomatoes rutabagas, and sweet firm the plaintiff till)* hereto and In breezes. Bargain! for cash. W. Into bugged wu la the ..... irf Un. '
which bill of complaint the plaintiff 1 .
program. Mr. Barfield I! potatoes; second on parsley and that the ......... then area interoiitrd -I I B. Myrick 624 S. Krome ave. I I knows.Lot ... Horn.'. Ad'.., In the City|
from Perrine I lawyer, spoke on third on carrotts.Jack In the land herein. 'Involved and heroin Homestead Fla. (pf7-21) of HonmiMd County: of D.do. Slate
bnvo deorribed wkof name ar unknown j jmrtaln I
( i t Florida omoraoH In ;
M Crtlllrata
character. Members of the class Campbell, who won three to her. and having further named therein FOR SALE 5-room modern 1 1I ; l54. ;' aionnawnt f Mid prcwortr -
made brief talks on character I prnou M known by name to her. ( ender the Mid rllflcat
and third
prizes-first, second on *> bunt
the Mid plaintiff but M aol known by her j I house, furnished 2600. 8 percent WM In the name bf Unknown.
qualities and junior high school Irish potatoes. the Mid plainttifi. whether they or any of Internet L. O. Hall. Call Lot II. McLoln1.' Add... la the City:
report cards. Junior Hodge spokeon J. L. King, Jr., who won third them. are dead or allv*. and M believed' by ., HomoUMd, County of 0.&. State
her. the Mid plalnUff. If II. to be In. I I Dr. M. A. Berber's residence. of Florida/ M omkracodj In OrllflratoNo.
self-reliance; Bruce Wagner, on prize on a quarter-box of Valencia termed In the. property and premliM her.. (JSl-tf) SKID. Tk* "o .m.nl of Mill minx
dependability; James Ross on oranges. In Involved and heroinakov "-1..... ..., sets ..... the. Mid tonlflrato InuirdWM
If dead, to kava ..... Interaud therein .
I In the n n* of \J.k.. ..
obedience; Robert Jones on industry Phil'lo Reams who won three And having mad all peronnt having er. ;: RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for' Lot ... .....,... Addn., In the. Clip
; and Leon Edwards on clalmmaany Interaat In Uw above oV.icribed sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing of H_...... County of De.... II..>.
land partlM defendant U the said I of Flurldi. .. rmbraoKl In <:.""ir...
courtesy. This was one of the NOTICE OF AFFIKATIOSFOR kill of complaint I 15 N. E. 8th at.. Homestead No. S87I. The aowMmnit of Mid imoorty -
best programs this year TAX DEED And havini demandoil from the rlork of (aietf). I under the Mid certificate i mud
I I Flit ami the Circuit Court In and for !>arie Couaty, j la Uw of Unknown.
Voile la hobs ( ... that Minnie iKlrby 1'1....... Uw making of an order requiring ,, U.I WM l_ Mid Rome Certificates ih.ll bo mWnw4nwrdln
NOTICE or APPLICATION holder a> auhriw of City of Miami tack ........ and partlM to appear to ... j FOR SALE Tropical plants clt to law tan dord will lo_
FOR TAX: DEED Ton Cntlfkat' Numbered I ?M. dated the Mid kill of complaint upon a day not ... _
.1 rus tree and tropics fruit tiI th. o* the Seth day of Man-k A. Jl
Flw No. S4010 I 4tk day of July. A. D. INI. ka filed MidOrtlfmto lhaa tw.ntr-el.ht day nor mora than .1.. I .....
Notice U k.robs given that Bailiwick. In ml offto. and kM mad. days from the of looking pf mill I season. Jungle Grove, RedUm noted this lllk day. of Fwruarf, A. D.
".. holder .. ao l.iwa of Evortladf: application. far ton nVod to ton IKrroonIn give ::: I road and Plummet drive. 1941.
aorardano with law. Said Certificate 1T la. ORDERED that
Dralaan Tag Cortlflcaui. 101... tests IS7S I:. B. l.tATIIF.RMAN.
4011 and. ..... dated the Sib day of A.. Nish Dow the tollowlnc property, lltunudla each and every the d.Mdants above. Cloth. of Circuit' / "-. '
tuat. A. D ins, aa. filed Mid Orttflc.uahi Dado County. Florida, to-wltl .. ....... ..._.... and apfcHIrd are fcrr*.. CHRISTMAS VINE plants and Dad County rVrld
'I I Lot IT. Blork II. Lawn ky rraulrod to apaaar horoia to the. plain.tlfrt
offlo .
:my and ban mode application Panmi. City almond trees Circuit Court RM
for tu dud to IMWJ ..- In boost"." I I racwd. Pat Rook. I. In tk. bill of aomplalnt Iwrrln ru.... on the young tropical Ry N. C. BTFRRKTT, D. C.
with law. Bald Certificates embrace UM '<4towing o of Miami, County of Dada SUM of like day of April 1141, and that this antorkr for sale. Also cuttings of purple I FA. II. ... .... 1, 14. SI. ID81)

Count drocrtbrd Florida, property ta>.Hl situated In Dad Florida.Th _. .....t of Mid Property under the HomMtoad published. Florid.n Tk. a ..Loadrr-Enurprh...._ puklUliodIn bougalnvillea. Mrs. N. O.
Lot 44, l... D. Towr Add.., Pint Mid Certificate hood will, hi the ..nw In Dad* ( Florida. oar a weak for Ball 1$ N. E. Eighth St. CIRTIFICATI OF CORPORAT5DISSOLUTION .
Book .. Tm 11 I. located In Dad of Unknown. Ualw Mid Onlfkau akallk four roMrU.. wotka --
County, State of ,Florid. M sink r.esd l lidiim.d acmrdln/ U Uw, to% twill WITNESS my hand M Clark and the NOTICE In tk. NaaM wad ky the A.tkorllr of the
III CorUfleato No. I84S. TV aauiimrat move ttwraon *n the IStk diy ofMarrk. SM| of Mid Court this Sri day of Marok1MI. NOTICE I. HEREBY GIVEN tat then .I auto of Florida
of sold proprrty under the mid orrU- A. D. 141Datod at Miami to the Clump and] Suit.1 I will bo Introduced Into the Lcalilatur of liT!) ALL TOo THESE: PIU: ENTI
Into' twuod wen l. the .._ of Un. I this 41k day of ,.....,. A. I). "' .... tko state ol Florida. _ion -at 1.... n I I HRALL COME.: GREETINGS:
,,-". *41" MALI K. R. MATHERMAN Cloth amendment ..... wkona*, Jo nik
Lot !. 11:. L. B....'. Sotxtn. Plot K. a. ATHERkUH.: Circuit Court 0... County. Florida.Byl I I Or.1.1 Art. tt'of't')1.I!: Uw. I Warrington.1518f, Of. K. Second A_...
Book a. Fan 41. located InCounty. 0... Clark of Clrrull Coin, L O. Wontard D. C 1 of ., Aft. d IIU, Providing for UM I ..../. Fla. Emily I. W.rrln.t<.., IMS
..... of .......... a* embraced Dad c...... Florida (COURT MALIWllnm ( I monitor In wkkk the CHr TH Collortorh.11 I IN. B.: Second A_.... Mlaail. Fla.. OraMTiuntoa
In Crtlfloato: No. IMS. Tko araoa_I Circuit Court odd.Bs I R. Romiin.ollcllor tko oolUotlon of City I S7M' N. W. FourMntk AT...
af now proprrty under the Mid ........ N. C. STERRE'TT. D. C.Feb. f".. PlnlntlffI I Tnnoi.'ad"the.ukllmUMi of the U.U *f I Miami.. Fla, did on the ttk day of Vlobor.
giants intend WM !. the HUM o< u. ( T. 14. SI. Id. M... 7. IMIk 11 T 14. at. IS. 1411.. tend to k* off red for for the *. A D. IMt MUM U bo lnorporal und>r
....... parsome d Wame. at- : I I the nrovtoMM of Ck.pU louse. Uw of
Lot .. McChuVi ........ Pint Book 1 listed this ink ADS, February. D. Florida Art nf lm. Miami nkoroi VII.
S, ..... (.- _.... .. Dade County 1941. 'Un ........ la.., a *on rall<... with Ma
state of Florid aa mkraoid In CiUftcato CITY Of HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA ....lpal .lathe.* of kmlntol. at Miami, Pad
No. tail. The n.mint ACETYLENE WELDING a Mnofelpol Comontlon.Br I c....... I: SUM of ............ .ad. wfcm.M .
Mid pniawty ndor the Mid orrtlficatolaraod T. I. HARRIS.Maim.. the PIOMT offlon of each __'ban 9
WM In the m.mw of Unknown. did. *a Uw 10* day *f .-." A. D.
Lora a-4-l-a-lt-n-ia.l..ll-lt, Bib cFtk. tl, M. 11... 1. 14. II. l 4iiNOTlrl 1141. emoted be be filed hi .... dries 01 tbopoorest"
4. I..../. "' .... Plat Book S. Pu Brand New Outfit 01 slam 0' the State at florida.o .
114. located I* Dad Countr. Stow mt I OF APTI 1CAT10N i dub sothsbs.wd r0motbo.:= b1
Florid.. oratratrd In bnlfloatt No. the mwkhelMm ..der the ... of
4014. The M. All Work Guaranteed FOR TAX DaEIl 'j mid Chapter 100M. Lese d ......... Adsd
File No. S4WINotk
orUfbau'kMo/wa .. af ones
kndn the MM U B.flfwltk., Itll kwln the dtwolutlua
the nuw at Unknown. PHONE 5111RSAM'S I.... holder* l> M komkr emission alone of that City: of Hoow.lond ___...., tk secretary of state Ie MtMM -
Unlo Mid Cwrttflraua ...11 W nliimi.) I T.n Solo OrulkoM Numbered Snl.MM. I that tk* ronnlrdMnhi 1 af law have
Moordi. to Uw, ui dead will tan* Shows Won rowiplM wltk. .
MM UTt and S 71. doud the Ago i -HUEO. .
M the Mtk day of Man. A. D. 1M1. : GARAGE d.r of DMndvr. A. D.1021 has (IM IN WITNESS I have Iwr
tNoted this leis soy of February A. D. Mid Cortlfkntoi, hi mr offlon and b.61, sot ort my Send and ka affixed.. tb.Crrot
SM af the State o( FI rIde T.UbhaMM.
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mod M Hlo for Ml dead to
I::. .. LIATlllRII.uc.: : I J BAM ALEXANDER, I'rDP.I ........nn In> noaocdnno> with .... aid OrUftratM 1' the Capitol, this tire SOlh day at
Clark at Commit c-.. onlkmr the foUowlMT d..nlbdproperty. F.brn.fp. A.111
Ck.* Court Last0.d.. CSuaty, Florta.BP Avocado Drive and Old Dixie! Highway ittMtod la Dad Conatr. Florida. I 1SLAL1: S.crrtar* A. .RAT of SUM.iF.b .4

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Page Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, March 1, 194

Phlox: lat Mr*. Joe Fletcher; Garden Club and County Park Exhibits'
Fred Fuchs, Jr., Wins $50 Award :2nd. Mn. Hardee; 3rd, Mrs. Fred,

I 'i; For Commercial Nursery Exhibit i Sober Pinks, : lit, Mrs. J. Lee 2nd,I 'Provide Festival With Beauty Spot
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; Mrs. Fred Suber. Two beauty spots in the Fruit,white and blue garden made b)
The fifty-dollar award for tM Davis; 2nd, Mrs. W. Y. Bush. Roses (one kind In vase): lit, Festival this year are the tropic planting red salvia, white batch-
best commercial exhibit of ornamental Chrysanthemums: 1st, Mr. E. Mrs. Vrana 2nd, Mrs. Kufeldt I'garden arranged i IB the .center of i slot button and blue delpheanun

aureery stock wa givento H. Gallaher. Snapdragon: 1st Donald Graf the lobby by the South Dade I Mrs Calkin was assisted \Jr ,
Sweet....: lit Mn. I. H. Gal Garden Club and the booth built
Cosmos: 1st, Mn. Ruth Davis. ; committee composed .
1'Nd...... Jr, Homestead of Mr* n:
laher;; 2nd, Mrs. B. E. GaUli;.Jrd, by the county commissioners to bests Mn,
Cyaoglossum: 1st, Mn. Fred Bole Henry Rucct
High School or, whose,eollecrlion. I
Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield. how their fakeaa of park develop I Mrs. Herman HeinMn
.< 144 varieties Includes rare Suber.Ceramiuma. ; Mn H. j
I Nasturtium' let Mr*. B. E.Gatlln ment. Derbyshire Mrs. :
native orchid and tree> fern The : lit; Mrs. Fred Supben Boy Mathews
2nd Mr Fred Sum; Srd The garden wa designed by, Mr Edw. Norms
second prtct, twenty-five dollars 2nd. Mia Virginia\ HaIL ; *.Jr* and--Mr
Louis Murray. I Mrs. 0. W. Calkin,. committee I Fred Fuchs. She
was given to Willard Norman Gladiolus: lit, Donald Graf; I ; was Misled
University of Miami student. and 2nd, Mrs. Fred Suber; 3rd, Mrs.I' Mixed flowers In vase: 1st, chairman to serve a* a model for,also, by two volunteer helpers, Mr
the third price, ten dollar. to W. J. Clark. Mrs. Fred Suber; 2nd. Mn.. E. H tropic planting In an area hat la Derbyshire and a. O Desmond.
Globe Amaranth: 2nd Mn.I Gallaher. either large er small. Its featuresare
Charles Behren, Redland High In the park booth hidden light
School Future Farmer. Fred Suber. \I Mixed flowers! In basket: lit group plantings, stepping enhance the beauty of a cartful
I Lilies: lit, Mrs. M. P. Walker. Mrs. Ruth Davis; 2nd. Donald itonea that curve around a mass
Fred Fuch, Jr., also won first ty planted rock, garden and _,
prize of five dollart in the group I Marigolds: lit Mn. Ruth J]Grafts; 3rd, Mn. Fred Suber. planting, a bird bath, a fish pond, naturalistic type of pool In whicl!
exhibit of petted plant In flower Davis (French); 2nd., Mrs. Fred One kind In vase: 1st, Mrs. a rockery, a garden teat, trellises are fish and lilies Palms, fern
and second prize of three dollars Sober; Srd, Mrs. Ruth Davis. I William Smythe; 2nd Mr*. E. H. with: vines and urn at the enI and flowers complete the-plcturI .
Pansies: 1st, Donald Graf Gallaher 3rd, Mn. Fred Suber. trance filled with luxurious fern I
in the group exhibit of ornamental ; I ; I which la spplemented with 'lh.
potted plant HU mother, l'dn. ,2nd, Mn. Fred Suber. I j One kind In basket 1st Mn.I Plantsof special beauty are showing of lantern slide depictln
Fred Fucha, won the five-dollar Petunias: lit, Mrs. Geo. N. I Ruth Davis; 2nd, Mr. Fred Suber;! used In the garden.An *I I existing Dade County park snrecr' <
etc> tint prize la the latter exhibit Wakefield; 2nd, Mrs. Fred Suber.I 3rd. Mn. E. Vrana. interesting corner I II the red tlon center .
Mix Josephine Pratt won the
three-dollan offered at first prizein !
the croton exhibit and third -
prize In that ornamental plant exhiblt .
Teresa Redd won the three-dol '" ..
./t lar second prize for potted plant
In flower, and Richard Ball, the
I two-dollar second prize for crotons
Mn.Alberta: Bule won the tint
prize three dollar, for an irali
exhibit s
Prize for Individual exhibit of
potted plant were awarded a*
African violet: lit Mr*. W. Y. klear
Bush; 2nd, Mn. Fred Fucha; 3rd,
Mrs. Henry Ruegg. stimacO.
Amarylllt in bloom: 1st, Mrs. 9 MOTION
Geo Ransorw-
Aspidistra: lit, no award; 2nd,
Mn. Elbert. Bule:
Begonia: lit, S. F. Mathews; i
2nd Mn. C D. Faker; Srd, l'dn.
P. F. Ray.

Belapcrone: lit, Miss Josephine
Pratt; 2nd, Charles Behrtna.
Croton: lit, Mia Josephine
Pratt; 2nd. S. r Mathews; 3rd,
Charles Behren .
Dracaena;, lit, Charles Behrtni; "You
2nd. Mist Josephine Pratt. doiitneed
Fern 1st. Mrs. B. E. Catlln;
2nd, S. F. Mathews; 3rd, Miss "
Josephine PrattPedilanthua eases !
: 1st, Miss Josephine
Pratt; 2nd, Mn. P. F. Ray; 3rd,
Charles Behren
Peperomla: lit, Mn. Fred .
Fuchs; 2nd. Mrs. E. 'H. Gallaher;
3rd. Teresa Redd.
Cactus, Christmas: lit, Mr*. W.
Y. Bush) 2nd, Mrs. Jess Coalman.Sansevierta .
: lit, Mitt Josephine
Pratt 2nd Mrs. Richard Ball;
Srd, Mn. B. E. Oatlin.
Coitus: lit, Mn. E. H. G 1\a.
i her; 2nd. Mr*. George Hanson.
Aphelandra: 1st, Richard Ball F t r

Sedum lit, Mr*. M. A. Swan. '
Cactus: 1st, Charles Behren;
2nd, lira X. H. Gallaher; Srd, ecau6e
Teresa Redd.Euphorbia.
Splmdenr: 1st, Mn
Charles Maker 2nd. Mrs. B. tOatlin .
; Srd, Richard Ban
Impatiens: 1st, Mr Frank
Hemnwv ONLY O

Redd.Garten Euphorbia. Lactea: 1st, .Teresa. QUALITYNUBIA

eat flower: let, Mr*
But Da via.
Cut roses: lt. Mr*. Geo. N.WtkeJMd .
; 2nd Mn. E. Vrtna,
3rd Mr*. Emily Kufektt.Ageratura .
\ : 1st. Mr*. Ruth
j Davis; 2nd,Mrs. Fred Suber. yoU ue,
Amaryllis: Mr*. W. J. Clark; The 1'1\01-
2nd. Mrs. Goasman Srd Mrs A. likes T YO\l are
.C. Albright the move
Asters: 1st, Miss Virginia Ka..; j x j
and M'". .,. V Smythe. to appreciate
Begonias: 1st, Mr*. Fred Suber;
2nd, Mrs. Ruth Devls. NU-BIA t
Calendula: lit Mn. Geo. N.
Wakefield; 2nd. Mn. Fred Suber;
0, Srd Donald Graf TRY IT Ie
Candytuft: lit, Mr*. Fred Sober -
; 2nd. MIL E. a Callaher.
Carnation: lat, Mn. Ruth d



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sacae e' "a'm vas e HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA SERVING me SINCE a5DLAID loll DlaraarwccgLr

" Visitor Traverses Network of Good Roads to See. i.

Famed Groves and. : :Farmlands of Redland, District !


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> BY ELKAMOK: FMSCWEB I interesting because .theyare our,,of growing tomatoes. patatoes, of direction or else Jealously weal without fresh frutt of some kindIt -

grove babies, to to speak, for they beans, KtfcM, Mooaie and practically to do battle with the tropic mark I I listed tIMID you would tin of
:A icecnt visitor at e&II'.home have beta grown on a commertial1 all other vegetables greeted eta that sometimes make us blue! ; .reading the list It woulA b* e. ;
who hid teen the Fruit Festival scale only a few years. Limes]I our eyes. Plantings of this but always afterward the bug Vegetables likewise CM be ,
sun .
banners stretched across the main are gathered about ten months of I type vary from 3000 to 42,000 shines brighter After all If It grown the entire year Ekxrtrte .
entrances to Homestead Mid, "Whyare the year and usually show a good!,acres a season. Most modern were not for these vicissitudeswe current to* practically every'rural
you having I fruit,festival! income on the Investment We !equipment la used, and methods might become Utopians instead home provides convenience of E
Tell havent any fruit", I stared were told of a two-acre grove that employed, even to airplane dustIng of aggressive men and wom the city. The rural section has
at him In amazement, but when grossed $1800.00 last year While I of crops. The growing of telephones, daily paper and mall
h. told inn ht had merely driven this i* probably exceptional, it flowers also has been Increasedof en.When we returned after this delivery, and Ice, vegetable, bakery
from Miami on U. S. No. 1. along does show what is possible recent yean until it has now long ride some lord fruit juice dairy and laundry delivery.
which there are practically\ no We now eame to and drove reached commercial: proportion. when and where wanted.
was most refreshing, and caused
slowly by one of our "pride ..ndJoy"
groves I could understand his To be sure, I replied to a question conversation to drift Into the many The district has two accredited -
reaction In order, however that groves, the avocado. These there is another side to all advantages of living here. Our schools-first grade through
his entirely erroneous Impression towering dark green trees are not this which we have not seen. We climate-the full twelve months senior high-with free bus' trans'portation
night be corrected invited him only good to look upon, but after do sometime have a blow that of the :year-is wonderful,' I have ol pupils It has churchri
to take i tour with me of our extensive -, reaching the age of ten years never I I takes off our fruit and uproots 'been told even Venice has no better of practically all denominational
fall to keep the family bank roll
grove-home tertian and some trees; rains that forget the No purer water can be had, theatre restaurants hotels, good
our thousands of acre of fertile plump and healthy A number of! season and rob our farmers of a as proved by actual laboratory analysis tores (But, Mr. Investor, while
varieties yield their fruit II
buck land now in harvest I crop, frosts that Io.e. their sense . Never week of the_ year I (Continued Page Eleven)
I tint explained that the Red. from July into March. Ranking)
land District la i section of south along with meat, eggs, milk and t
Dnde County about eleven miles butter in food value avocados are I
square, and that it includes the not a luxury but a wise food se
communities from Peters to Florida lection. More costly to grow -I 1lirna ,
City, the most southern main- slower to mature, avocado
land town in the United States. are naturally higher in aroye'l
The round formation in 'the citrus. They range from $
plneland grove sections, I said, is to $1100.00 an acre when in full ALPINE,GROVEr
coral and lime rock with veins, production. My guest thought
pocketa and pot-holes 01 rich red this was high, too but when I told
Clay soil, gradually becoming him of a specific grove I know,
sandy toward the north The of 400 late winter avocados, about DAIRY
glades, or truck terming Jand, lie five acres that this season produced -
east,. south and wilt of the pine 800 bushels which sold for
land and form I savannah extending $US .a ,bushel yes figure\ It out HOMESTEAD /
to Biscayne: Bay on the ,east for yourself, $3000.00-with an up- FLORIDA '
and'the GuU of Mexico on the keep of not over $700.00, he was ka 1
west, from which there are also as enthusiastic as I about avocado

numerous, narrow finger-Ilk groves
glades extending into the pineland Several small papaya planting
This toll 1s mostly deep gray marl were observed, but the cultivation :; of
of rated
t is proud being as one
with occasional tracts of muck. of this fruit la still more or lest

During our heavy summer rains In the experimental stage. The Florida's most modern and most
most of this land is flooded and papaya, or tree melon Is rich Jn ,
If thereby enriched for the next I l I pepsin and delicious to eat A sanitary dairy plants. We incite
season) crop, successful future for It is confidentially -

The avenues of stately royal anticipated. your Inspection. i
palms In Florida City and Homestead 1 was glad when we came to a
through which we pawed plot of ground that la being prepared -
when leaving these towns were for grove planting, because
most ,pleasing One of the fint the rock-plowing, or scarifyingof
places of interest visited was an what first appears to be almost )
aloe vera farm. The aloe vera I solid rock land is more or less of S OUR CREED
looks something like a pineapple a mystery to strangers. The twen
plant when growing. and la credited I ty-one ton caterpillar tractor with Every ear we will remember that the
with having wonderful medici-) :its bulldozer in front to push out c
w .i Dealt 4 UM immunity b In oar hands.
nal qualities The leaves becauseof ,the pines and palmettoes and Its :
an Inside Jelly-like substance toothed plow in back to break the
which is used for medical purposes ground six inches or more deep, We will never relax, ear vigilance for ,
are hIpped all over the 1* always fascinating to 'w.lelt.I we know thai the censing generation I* dependent

world from this section of Florida. Miracle of miracles, what appeared upon our products to ball strong
The volume of this business is fart to be all rock now seems to be
reaching commercial proportions almost all soil.-the veins and t t, bone and healthy bodies.tT J

and to fir his proved very profit- pockets have been released The
,ble. cost of this work usually ranges Because sick and well, old and ,.....

As the Redland District boasts from $60.00 to $80.00 an acre t all trust w-- e will be a __-faWIII sears
miles of asphalt roads, crossing By this time we had passed t .
of supply. .1t
and recrotsing each other, we many lovely homes with towering i t
drove without any particular obJective palms, shady lawns, brilliant colored ,
And because we have fully accepted the** 4
in mind. On our right wasa hibiscus, poinsettias, bougainvillea -
large tangerine and orange grove crotom roses, resp.e.lbllUkw we will ce borne at fight feelIng -

where the trees were literally nonia, zinnias, marigolds, etc. h that we have earned a place among those
breaking down under their red and but time and space will not bla-I s f
f taaakJnd.Kees .
golden load. There la something even a brief description of e { 1 h t 1+ N7 she serve
queer about seeing these luscious but Just bear In mind one
fruits on the trees one is Im- all this is in the heart of winter
mediately seized\ with the desireto Ur. Guest was plainly enthusiastic I ..t '
eat a dozen or more. Knowingthe and said he had no Idea we f ,..:. ,, ,
owner of this particular grove had such a wonderful back country -
and knowing, too, that I was welcome. I had to tell him he had not h
I felt safe from the onslaught seen the half of It.
of our grove patrolmen At least a dozen well equipped the Riddles Well sad Stre.c* l
when invited my guest to sample poultry farms produce an enormous 1
them. His txclsmatten of delight quantity of broilers, fryers
at the texture and laver of the and eggs, which always find a Alpine' Grove Dairy
hit were good to listen to, because ready and good market In Miami.
they bore out the claims There are also good paying dairies '
we make-that our citrus fruit b In this section that rank high In o B. rAUtrs.free. lfoseaslead{ ;;
the Juciest and best eating on 'the the quality of milk produced. na.
market. today From the pineluid we drove Into
Persian lime groves visited\ were the glade section where miles a



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I ,Water Control System on East Glade Has Saved :, "

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| BY LEO E. BISHOP I towards Washington to make concrete Inches on Feb. was removed I The contemplated labor camp
hit visualization of developing -I ovetnlgh\ from the fields of South con-struction will be planned to house more -
I I Quietly and without fanfare of. his vast acreage into a winter Dade Farms, and some 5,000 acrea its own machine and blacksmith than one thousand families and it
: publicity South Dad. Farms, Inc.'I garden spot. The Reconstruction of beans, tomatoes, potatoes and shop In the machinery warehouse Is expected to be ready for occupancy -
I 1' eaters the seventh year of an ambitious -'Finance Corporation agreed with lettuce were saved from terrific I lat Florida City Office headquarters next season perhaps by -
20-year program a* one of his views to the practical extentof crop losses. are located In the First Nat- October. The project Includes a
!I the outstanding agricultural developments -I I f MO! .000 loan. And the RFC Four times during the current tonal Bank of Homestead building community center and recreation
I In Florida. It supposed to be a'practical and farming season have the pumps Officers and department headsof hall and it will be provided with
i More than six thousand acres hard-boiled outfit. | all modern facilities, Including,
come to the rescue. and suppliedthis South Dade Farms, Inc, areJames :
of the s 20,000-acre holdings 1
I Thus fortified financially regulation protection. In other local SotUe, St, president, water and electricity supplied by
| In the east glades region of the water flow in the farming areas, notably In the Highland James Sottile, Jr.. vicepresidentand I II the city of Homestead. Mr. Sottile
east of Homestead and Florida
two main tidewater canals bisecting Royal Palm Park Franjo general manager, John W Collins said It Is also proposed to erecta
City are now producing a rich the property and emptyingInto and Goulds Drainage District the I I comptroller, A. R Livingston,I II government hospital at an approximate
of winter vegetables efficiently
yield cost 'of
I Biscayne Bay became the tint loss by water damage during the resident engineer; R. O. Couch, $150,000 he
I i j from periodical adequately flooding protected of the reality. This was effected bythe recent heavy rains has been estimated -I consulting hydraulic engineer,I said
( land water Installation of four modem locks at $2,000,000 by reliable William Sottile, shop foreman;I In the course of the thirteen
by a comprehensive
at strategic points near the mouthsof authorities and R L. Godwin, maintenance years remaining to round out the:
j control system that represents a the Homestead and Florida foreman 20-year program, South Dada
high peak of engineering knowledge Among the larger growers leasIng -
canals-two locks at the head of I Farms expects to have 10000 '
,* and skill-plus patience South Dade Farms land thisyear Not all of the 20,000 acres acquired -
hard work and a quarter-million- each canaL and benefiting by the pro-: by the company are de- acres under cultivation by 11)44.
dollar Investment In machines These locka and tide gates serve tection thus afforded are LutherL. I voted to commercial purposes I and the entire 20,000 acres minus
and drainage plant. the triple purpose of drainage Irrigation Chandler, John W. Campbell,I alone, however as President Sot- the Bay Front Park development
Only the tenant growers, whose (If essential during dry A. E Henderson, Pat and John tile has always been alive to com Is slated to produce money crops
; crops have survived the unusual periods) and prevention of damageto Taco who are congratulatingthemselves I munity progress and welfare. of winter vegetables ten yean w
and disastrous rainfalls of thecurrent tender field crops by blockingthe today for their foresight Through him the company has later. Paved 60-foot roads, totaling ,
month, and a few others entry of salt water at high In planting crops where the i donated and given clear title to: 400 miles, and 50 miles more *
tide. financial of One thousand of canals 100 feet In width are art ,
who have benefited indirectlyfrom pain a "drown-out"j acres, Including
the safeguards that South The few small pumps set In the has been eliminated. II nearly two miles of water front, essential part of the program when
Dade Farms has thrown around drainage ditches which had Inadequately I However water control, although' for the development of a county completed.
} its lands realize the Immense vsl1 I served Individual fields 'vital to the development, did not, park a project now under way. All these major Improvements,
1 tie of this development to the community before the change of ownership, clear and till the land and prepareit I I A 20-acre site for the Florida City meaning much to the growth of
; at largeOriginally I I were replaced by batteries of high for planting This phase of the State Market, now a going con- his adopted community and I
I I a Florida boom pro- pressure pumping units capable of work is done largely by modern monument and lasting source of
I I i jest sponsored by the pioneer I II I t II throwing 200,000 gallons of watera machinery representing heavy In- cern.A tract of 160 acres on PineIsland satisfaction to the directing mindof
1 Miami Land and Development Co., minute, 24 hours a day at capacity vestment. Rolling stock owned fronting on Campbell and James Sottile his sons and associates
and later abandoned to the annual speed. In addition to the and operated by the company Includes Mowry streets and south of the will come from the land
accumulation of state and county six 72-inch mailer turbine pumps : 14 Caterpillar tractors of proposed county airport, for the that was waste a few years ago.
taxes covered by a $350000! issue 25 lateral PI'up. with a capacityof varying sizes for heavy clearing. construction of a transient labor During the development period
of mortgage bonds, the tract 25.000 gallons a minute supplement plowing and disking, a six-yard camp under sponsorship of the U. I every dollar of rental revenue in
changed ownership In the summer the main pumping plants and Diesel-motored scoop for tranafer- S. Department of Agriculture According excess of payrolls and operating \
i, of 1934 when James Sottile, Sr. 14 Individually-operated pumps Ing a load of soil from high to low to Mr. Sottile the transient expense will go back Into the .
\ acquired title to the entire 20,000 control Individual fields. spots, and a large Buckeye ditcher camp project for rehabilitationand property for purchase of more' .j''
I acres in a compromise with the The efficiency of the pumping that Is busy keeping drainage housing of farm labor will be machines and the hire of men to :
state in settlement of his extensive apace with land clearing carryon the work as planned Mr. I
,system which is set for action at similar in plan and scope to the
i bond holdings. Land, even short notice from the weather The company employs a permanent labor colonies already established Sottile said
if temporarily worthless, In exchange bureau was shown when the field crew of eight men augmented at Pompano and In the Lake Six thousand acres of virgin
I for his securities was "bet- record February rainfall of four to a force of 50 or (0 op- Okeechobee region (Continued on Page Eleven)
ter than nothing" Mr. Settle con- .
By then, the land had becomea

white elephant, grown Into 1 . '
jungle and cultivated only In spots r '.
at the risk of a seasonal "drown- \
out" by a few optimistic farmers .
gambling on the rainfall. From
observing these small farming operations
Mr. Sottile realized that CONGRATULATIONS :
the soil, overlying a porous rock : ,
I strata, was excellent and could be
made safe for profitable produc-
tion by adequate water control-
that Is fast disposal of excess rain- J
fall and Irrigation If needed In dry TO THE -
periods. Money, men and machines
could do the Job. '. .
This conclusion reached from 4.
personal study and observation of .. ,.
field conditions and knowledge of

somewhat problems Mr.similar Sottile engineering took steps ": .;Fruit Festival: Management : "

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FARMS PRODUCE Is More Than Just a Phrase

.POTATOES It is a tangible reality. The beautiful..displays of fruits

TOMATOES and vegetables that you see at the Festival, are evidence of the

BROCCOLI fertility and richness of our farms. In a climate such as we enjoy

'j BEANS here, our farms'work'and provide food for the tables of the nation -

CORN while practically all other farming areas are dormant.

SQUASHPEPPERS See, in its entirety, this progressive agricultural area,

where the sun spends the winter. Visit the famous 'East Glade

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j' Experiment Station's' Exhibit Emphasizes VarietyOf I

' Commercial and Exotic Fruits Grown Locally,

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i Each year, for the past New Juke. It I* also used la sauces, is a native of China but ha*reached smooth fruits about the size of a South Florida. The smooth round";>
years, the Subtropical 'Expertmtol jellies and preserves. < its highest a&Ibn..Japu. hen's egg vary in shape from Ish fruits, green or purple In color".vp
Station tau taken a pert ID Peruvian cnava,, a large mild The yeUow-te-onnge. oblong INS round to oblong. The soft yellows area little smaller than an apple,..,J
the Annual Redlead battle Visit flavored, white sasalti guava skinned fruit, about the sire of a .li lame a sweet crafty flavor. The I The whit translucent pulp has a 'vfi.
Festival by:displayin M educational 'with small seed area which wastokraduetd prune, contains a whlte-to..raevgedeetored Iran car be eaten out-of-band or tweet fruity flavor. When cut i
:Mid highlyimeessrlag ..- from Pans pulp with a sweet wed Is salad transversely the brown seeds rarm ,\'ij
hlbit These exhibits have emphasized I Indian Jujube, a small fruit sprightly flavor relished by an Yellow sapote If a close relative a perfect star pattern against the,dJ,
the greet variety of fruit about the site, flavor and odor of who try It either a* a fresh fruit of Vie canlstel and has the appearance white pulp and hence the name. \( \
which can be crown in South the northern crabapple. It It used or preserved. The tree thrives of a large edition of Its rela Imposed against the background ;v.<
Florida *i well M given the pub 'chiefly hi Jellies and preserves. and fruit well m Florida. the The fruits weigh up to of Casuarioa needles are spray "
lie a preview of torn of the newerpUnt This vigorous heavy-bearing tree The Bael-fruit from India la I pound, the thin akin containing I of fruit and foliage of such plant
Introductions which will enrich I* from India.Ceylonfoowberry. close relative of citrus The hart sot, mealy, yellow pulp tasting a* lingaro, 'with its small red .'
our subtropical: gardens. Improved Is a velvety shelled greenish yellow fruits similar to the canlstel. The trees fruit; ceriman, with Its large leave '!
cultural, and ditto and 'purplish fruit about the airs of about the size and shape of as) thrive In South Florida and the: and fruit Ilk ears of corn; ..nnat.to j<
Insect control measures, are also cherry, whose acidulous flavor orange contain a fragrant, mucilaginous fruits show promise as a commercial with its radish green pods; and 4
explained by displays. The Subtropical reminiscent of the common ..1 edible pulp which also marketing fruit. the bright little 'red fruits of the
Experiment Station, located berry. This native of Ceylon has medicinal value. Tamarind Is a bean pod-like orange Jasmine.A .
)H mile northwest of I
Homestead la a branch of the India makes fine pies preserves I Kaffir orange, no relative of citrus fruit from India. The brown table on one side of the avocado "
University of Florida agricultural and Jellies. The precocious bushes I* a round, smooth, greenish pods, a little larger than a lima I display contains plates of
experiment station system. ,bear prollfically. hard shelled fruit about the site bean pod, contain a raisin-like some of the potato varieties being *
The exhibit this year occupies I Ciutard-tpple Is a tropical of a large orange, containing a pulp Inside of a distinctive flavor. grown In the glade land of south ,
thirty foot booth in the couth wing American fruit also known asbullock'tdeart" : flat sweet edible pulp. This SouthAfrican This pulp If very high In both sugar Dude County. The pearly whit .
of the festival building Natural and "Jamaica- ] fruit hi of Interest as It Is and add. It Is used as I food: Sebago and Cobbler lend contrast
green foliage of the Catuarina apple" The heart-shaped green : closely related to Strychnos nux- to make chutneys and to the Red Bliss variety and the :'
tree is used ai a background and pinkish fruits contain a soft : vomica. the commercial source of drinks, to pickle fish and rerrelhln'l: pink-eyed Katahdin. Abo shownare
and ai I decoration. The central white sweet pulp, eaten fresh. It' itrychnine. cine. The tree grows wen In South I the Up-to-Date and the Green ",
portion of the booth If filled with crows well In south Florida. Carlisle), also known as ti-es Florida.Starapple. Mountain. The' other small table
a four-thelved table on which are Loquat, or sometimes called and egg fruit is a tropical American Is a tropical Amerl-I contains plates of Rutgers Ind'
displayed painted platter model "Japan-plum" or "JIPIn-medla.,1. fruit The orange-yellow, can fruit grown ._ Grothen's Globe tomatoe
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of 82 varieties of avocado fruits
I* natural size and color. Accompanying
cards explain the
variety and pertinent facia. All
the leading commercial varieties,
such aa Lula Taylor, Waldlq. ,
Booth I, etc., art displayed. Also -
shown are the new promising Those "In the Know" Are
r varieties, such as Hall Harris, Buying
: Sartinl Herman, Hickson, etc. and
the older varieties which have
proved uneconomical to I\"Owl\ICb
a* Taft, Eagle Rock. Winstowson,J
Collins, etc. This collection of ,
I .fruit models allows the public!"tome REAL ESTATE t
and compare for the fait timeavocados
: nature stall periods -
of the season from July to ,
Flanking the display .f avocados r .
t art on one sid> a step by step explanatory -

avocado nursery trees and en the
other aide an exhibit of cleft graft- -, OFFERINGS IS 'INVITED:' ':
tag Into mature avocado ' .
i This last method of gnftaa Is eflaterest I
to all the growers aa "I I
Is being employed by many In I CHOICELY LOCATED square 10-acre corner, all-in bearing '. [ Go:

working new and better varieties -, grove. 500 beautiful lime trees, 15-year-old avocados, 300 'i
of avocados onto, their old 200 Old home in of ,
t.... I oranges, grapefruit. charming setting palms l _

Each end of the boots Is filled and ornamentals. An income property. $4,600 with terms. I ;.

with I slanting top display table .
on which are yellow fibre basket'
containing tropical fruit An 32 ACRES much-desired combination vegetable and fruit I land :

explanatory card accompanies each (corner on oiled roads) of which 10 acres is mixed grove. Sturdy I .

basketOn the table to the right coral rock home newly decorated throughout, 6 large rooms, r
are displayed tangelo varieties,, Including -
Mtnneola. Orlando No. 40. bath, 2 large screened porches. Inviting shady grounds. An out-
.... Sampson T....... Medora. standing value $8,750 with te'rros. I
9M1I-H-7. Seminole, Sunrise l
Thornton, SummeraU and Watt f

Three tangos also are shown 20 ACRES fine avocado, orange and mango grove; fenced ; irrigation ,

Temple Tangelos Altona are and hybrids UraatUU.between wells Good 5-roora-and-bath home with large porches.

the grapefruit and mandarin oranges. ... Prominent corner. Crops gross $4,000 or better; upkeep 11,000.
Tangos are hybrids between : This grove will)) support you. $16,500 with terms. I ,
orange and I
round oranges. Many of these hy-; ")
brlds are both attractive and eJ
high quality and possess a pIe ..j' Acreage: $20 up Homes: $800 up r

oat sprightly, distinctive flavor. ,
The fruits displayed on Ue tablet '
the left are more tropical la ,
nature 'than the tangelo Many/ . . : ELEANOR FROSCHERKCO. "
have M yet not found their way
( to the general markets but all bold I It
promise of developing Into commercially KCAL ESTATE BKOEEft .. it
grown crops. They include '.

J :. 27 Year in the Redfanda "'_: ',v **'
Sapodilla. a tropical American "
tree front which I obtained 'ji *> : J
a white latex (ehlck1eUtCI In Office: Overseas Highway, One Mail Address Homestead,- Fla. .

manufacturing chewing gum. The Mile. South of Homestead .: ". x ,Phone, 526-J >>: ': '_
, oft edible flesh of the fruit -
', sweet and spicy.Carambola III
a native of II...,
The watery pulp la acid to sweet
and of ,a pleasant fragrance aome-I
what like the quince. A refresh-
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Trends and Changes in This Area's Agriculture !

Outlined by Dade County's Advisor to Growers

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with milk and :largest and principal avocado are not generally grown com-
there are 15.0C (distributing plants
BY CHAS. 8TEFFAM at the present (
in the state of Flori merclany.
growing area
acres planted, but the income trop cream for the manufacturing I
County Africvltonl Agent 1 the crop did not rise in proportion .I I butter cottage cheese, ice cream da. It ships during a normal crop The Mexican lime or what la
I season more than two million five commonly known at the Florida
Dade County If located on the at the total Income on the and other milk products.
hundred thousand pounds of avocado Ky lime, is limited entirely U
southern tip of Florida, and it :L above was 450000000. Durant I M In the early days of development .
fruits, although competitionfrom the Florida Keys, south of the
the period of decline however. \ of Miami and Dade County
the most southern county on the
Cuba during the summer mainland to Key West It is gen
factories operated i In avocado extended
nine canning citrus and groves
mainland In which agriculture !II : months, when the largest volume erafly known throughout the notion -
the area and utilized the surplus. 'west of the present Florida EastCoast
practiced Miami If the county 'I I of our fruits It shipped to the and popular because of Its
During the period of the decline railroad westward beyondthe
northern markets, results In disastrous thin skin, abundant juice and fine
teat. I
I In is
and'rise In the tomato industry western limits of what now
market prices in large flavor. Although planted In
crop grove
The state census of 1936-3 the county from 1927 until the Coral Gables, and northwest to I .
seasons. The fruit, frequently referred :formation In many places, it Is
present time, farmers through edu. i,Hialeah and northward from what
gives the acres In Dade Count
to the alligator because lets In wild

as pear grown more or a condition
114.254acrel catlonal programs have followed I ''II now N. E. Thirteenth street of I
ft 1,450,720. Of these, I
of its It limited the
pear shape and has been grown on .
diversification program by plantIng Miami, to beyond Little 11and 1 I
are In farm; 34,698 acre; .,
therefore It li
to tropclal areas, Florida Keys for more than thirty
In truck crops; 15,156 acres, In clt other truck crops, made pot "eastward across Biscayne Bay U i I only natural that south Dade I I years. i(
slbje by research work and demon. what is now Miami Beach when
rus, avocados, mangoes, limes and County the southernmost mainlandof : ,
stations by the federal and alai John Collins, New Jersey peach The mango known only to the
tropical fruits; 5,238 acres, in 1m. .
the United States with practically I
I tropical countries of the world, has
proved pastures; 8,815 acres In experiment stations, and the agrl grower and nurseryman, developeda <
the climatic conditions
same ai
cultural extension service In the 200-acre avocado grove, and! a flavor distinctly its own. and It
cut-over pastures and 6,019 acres., .
Cuba Is the region where the growing
: I I exceedingly popular. Production!
In timber land. The valuation use of. manganese on the alkaline later with other associates built the
of this fruit .
predominates.The III limited to Dade County and extreme
farm lands and buildings Is $n.. I soils of Dade County. first modern wooden bridge across
991..12.00. Under the county agrlculture When manganese was used with Biscayne Bay to what Is now Miami past ten years have seen the I south Florida. The markets
Beach. development of the Persian lime are limited due to the fact
conservation program,, other fertilizers all truck croPI
there were 39,966 acres of tilled responded and farmers turned to With tin development of Miami Industry in the Redland District, ,that it is little known except to

vegetable land and 19,022 acres of growing potatoes, beans, cabbag. Miami Beach, Coral Gables and until to date, more than eighteen,I those who hove \'I.ltedthe tropical
j hundred acres have been planted,,i countries of the world or south
improved pasture lettuce squash, and all other vcge other small towns making up
Dade is the second largest potato table crops until 1938 there were greater Miami hundreds of acre with about 40% under flye.rs Florida during the season of pro

growing county In the stat I grown 8,000 acres of potatoes. of avocados, citrus and tropical of age. Persian limes are generally , duction. For this reason the plantings -

and the second largest tomato 3,500 acres of beans, and more' fruits passed away. In the meantime grown throughout the warmer I are limited to approximately

growing county In the United than 6,000 acres of mlscellaneoultruck homesteaders and pioneers and! frost-protected areas of the 250: acres. The most Important '

States. Its principal agriculture crops in addition to the' moved further south in the countyto state. In Dade County, (0,000 I varieties are Haden. Brooks, Mul- !
bushels of Persian limes gobs, Cecil, Sundersha and of recent -
known the Red-
activities are vegetable growing tomato acreage. what Is now as
and dairying, poultry raising and The attached statistical repor land District, from Perrlne to ped to the northern markets.IhIP-1 years a number of promising

the growing of citrus avocadosmangoes covering the past ten years give Homestead where groves oloranges the development and production ieedlings-
this fruit Increases new markets I The poultry industry of the
Persian limes and tropical sn Interesting picture of the progress grapefruit, avocados,
fruits It la the principal avocado of vegetable growing in the mangoes and other tropical fruits will be opened as the American county has been on the upward

Persian lime and tropical county. were planted on the mainland, public and restaurants are educated -! trend the past five years. All

fruit growing section in the state. and Key limes on the Florida Keys. as to the value of the fruit poultry and eggs raised In the
Farmers used In 1038, 32.000 ton Persian limes have seeds, and consumed In the Miami
When farmer migrated further This last tropical frontier on the no county are
south in the state, after the freeze of fertilizer valued at 1024800. mainland of the United States Is they arc becoming very popularas market and supply only about 20'%
DO and crate material for '
packing healthful drink at clubs and consumed. la
.f,1905. and the tomato industry limited to acreage In expansion. a of the total amount
valued at 99800000. Forty-fivi fountains. They can be utilizedIn I 937 state department of agriculture -
developed on the marl soils of According to the last slat census,
Dade County, the acreage Increased packing houses have been built In It has more than twelve thousand the manufacture of lime extracts statistical report shows DadeCounty
there the farming area with an Invest- of and grapefruit, and drinks and will gradually take has poultry valued at
until in 1928, were mora acres oranges
than 25,000 acres grown in the ment in payrolls of $$469,000 averaging shipments out of the the place of the lemon In the 264,344 and the number of egg
farm machinery and
county. Heavy competition, however equipment of $468,000.00.The spray state over the past ten years of household. I reduced was 1,234,456 with a

from Cuba and Mexico developed more than three hundred carloads, Lemons also are grown In the value of $363,777. The poultry
about this time and resulted second largest agricultural In addition to supplying the city xtunty. Many home owners have I: Industry will continue to increase i

In disastrous market prices Industry In the county Is the dairy' of Miami during the tourist season. small plantings in connection with I la. the population of J\llarnfl1'OWIo
Industry. From a small start In
Many growers left their fields unpicked 1900 the number of milk hal In the Redland District Is the, their grove operations, but lemons i (Continued on Page Eleven)

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not warrant picking the crop. The
: with a milk produc-
following year saw a reduced acreage
ion of 6,140,679 gallons valued at
with still low market prices
: In these herds
11.965,017.25. dairy
due to competition. At this time,
I ire registered stock of Jersey,
two canning factories
however, one or
moved in and utilized some I Guernsey, Holstein and White FOR FLORIDA CITY AND HOMESTEAD

of the surplus at low prices. Thus Belt cows.
the tomato acreage decreased from I The dairies furnish all the milk

25,000 acres In 1929 with an Income consumed: in Miami and other IMPROVED PROPERTY AND ,

of $15,000,000, until in 1932- I own! and communities in the "

33 only 5,000 acres were plantedwWHNm county, pasteurized certified and
Income of 200000000. raw grade-A milk, even during the TOWN LOTSSEE
I of the tourist season, in addition -
FrorrX his polnP a gradual Increase peak

In acreage took place until to !furnishing sevenlocal






congratulates the Agricultural Industry I

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r r' Potato Growers' F. 0. -B. P Insured Against Decay: '. .

r By Unique Policy of New Co-operative:' at Goulds

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F. C. Peters Plant and Patented Packing Members of the.co-opersthe report I that have been described as 'outI over the United States and Canada
I first diggings of the 1940-41 I classing almost anything In the H* was vice-president of that
Process Taken Over by Tropical season, which, were started last 1,south for good taste and masculine company for several years and
,week, Indicate a good yield, and elegance traveled constantly contacting the
Agriculture Association ,the quality while it shows some I Mr, Minkler spent the past several trade and shipping deals throughout -
I variation In the different fields Is seasons at Goulds representingIn the country, Of'all the place
generally good. Member intend the potato deal of this area the: he has been In he likes Floridathe
MINKLER HANDLES MARKETINGWhat I to dig as heavily as possible now C. H. Robinson Co. which was best, and that had quite a lot
that the rain has stopped, and as established more than thirty years to do with his decision to locate
-- I I they have SO,000 field crates in ago and has 37 brokerage offices here.
Ii laid to be the only Insurance process there has not been a single {I which to tore the potatoes, they
of its kind Ii carried by complaint or adjustment made for can harvest pretty well ahead of

the Tropical Agricultural Cooperative decay. sales
Organized as a non-profit association Due to blight and heavy rains recently -
Association, potato packIng under federal supervision, I there is some concern regarding -
, and shipping organization at the new co-operative will do all the condition of the Triumphs -
Gouldi which was formerly F. C. but should it be necessary WELCOMETO
Peters, Inc. I president I to adjust the price at which they .
vice-president is Francis M. Dolan I!are sold, or should cars have to be
Every package shipped from the I
Bethea of 'sorted and at destination
Dewey Homestead Is secretary repacked -
msoclatlon's packing house carrion i due to dec&y, the association HOMESTEAD
an Insurance policy protecting the'I The packing house at Goulds has i!members will still get their original
f association members against loss a capacity of 30 cars a day providing fob. price at which the shipmentsold
by decay to any destination In the I the Crop run normal as to con- us a result of the Insurance
United States, whether the packages dition and quality, and nj there, carried. This Is said to be the
re delivered by truck, rail or are at this time 1,350 acres controlled only potato deal In the United Fruit Festival VisitorsAfter
coat I I|I by the present members of States so protected
This new rooperatlwaal|i the association, it !Hi likely that the I II M. M. Minkler who has been I
\ formed in November and has taken I I membership will be Increased until connected with the produce industry -
over the packing house and all the I' a maximum of 2000 acres Is for 20 years has the marketing .
packing equipment of F. C. Peters,!I,,represented, a* tile house can of the products of the Tropl-,,'
Inc, at Goulds Everything will be 'handle the harvest from that'cat Agriculture Co-operative Association
,I packed under the patented process amount of acreage; Such a vol- under the firm name of j
which was installed by the Peters I'I'J ume, it 'was pointed out, would M. M. Minkler, Inc. The cnTpanyi I rounds of the ex-
organization two years ago In two naturally cut down the packing'recently built offices on the second your
seasons of operation under this cost per package ,, floor of the packing house,
: hibits drive down to our soda
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fountain and enjoy a sand

wich or a drink made from

j.r.a M. M. MINKLER, inc. . the juice of Redland District

\ fruit.

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Sales made so far this teastn in following: markets: BRAND

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Flo.' ColHMkM Ohio Hi. ma. Fnveiam GL Pt Wank To.MRlnalniham Finest
,j' ,11 Columbia, I: C. Plttoatinrk Pa. Italia. TmaiSalttakaCltr V.neop ar, B C* Ala.rtmlana. .
Team AaMla, Trans Utah kMiioMatolto . OhioReok.iia -
y. fart Arthur ImknrUla. >
Alkaa N, TPortland lu..as Ckv. M. BurlnifkM, Mo.Atlanta MlH.Buffalo I.I. wash _
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Highest Honors at State Fair Stock Show Taken i' }9

." : By Herefords From 320-Acre F. C. Peters Ranch

Bullion Domino XI, from the : "I'I
pedigreed herd of beef cattle which a.
F C. Peters established at Goulds lwtR
'two yean ago, was declared grand I
champion Hereford bull at the I;
Florida State Fair held at Tampa j
early In February. (
Polled Sue, also from the Peters
ranch wa adjudged reserve cham-
pion Hereford cow of the fair
With other Hereford entries, Mr. (
Peters won ft first and two lecond,
prize for bull and two tint and
two thirds for cowl The Peters
herd took second prize.
The Hereford exhibit were the
closest contested breed of the state i i4'111
files stock show Mr. Peters was
exhibiting for the first time. t l r
A member of the nationally
known shot manufacturing family,
Mr. Peters became interested in
the Hedland District a IlttJe,more
than five yean ago and pioneeredat
Goulds In the large-scale grow- 1
Ing and marketing of potatoes Two I
year ago his Industrial pioneerIng -
spirit turned him toward experimenting -
with the raising of
beef cattle in this area.
The Peter herd, numbering
150 double-registered Herefords,
range on a 320-acre ranch ono'
and a half mile east of Gould' t ,
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eight miles northeast of Homestead - -Cut by CaurtMv Tampa TrlbutM \
Double registry means that I POLLED SUE AND CALF AT STATE FAIR wwI
the cattle are registered with the

Polled Hereford Association as Nebraska cowman who Is foremanfor screws orm Infection, which in this I
well as with the Hereford Associa- Mr. Peters. With their ten gal- climate might be serious, the fore- by Courwo Ta...,. Ti ibu.a
tion. The pure blooded stock is lon hat and high-heeled riding man cald.Bullion. BULLION DOMINO XI I .1
raised for breeding: purposes only shoes, Mr. and his
Bitting Domino the
boys represent ;J In heart girth and lung development I toes after the first digging f ui- ( j
I Polled Hereford* are_Herefords lend a touch .ef the romantic old Ideal type of animal Mr. Peters, I II I niches food for the herd at no extra i j
which do not (row horns, due to I I west to the ranch bal desired to develop for this '
I Corn planted on Mr. PrtenI I expense for fertilizer It I II stored
Careful breeding to this end it was I The Peters cattle do not have to area-a short blocky bull, strong i I farm between the row of potatoes i In three silos which have a total I
explained by Ben Bitting",Western'IIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII be dehorned and run the risk ofIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII_breeder of his own kind and bigIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII after the first digging furiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiii- capacity of 790! tons.ITiMiiliiiiiiiiiiTliiFiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiiij.

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.. .. Our polled Hereford, Bullion Domino XI, was, adjudged Grand Champion bull of _

J >> ., . 1" the Florida State Fair, held at Tampa several weeks ago, and our Polled Sue was ad. '.

: r '".. ;" .. judged Reserve Grand Champion cow. Our entries came back from the State Fair with
3 first 3 second and 2 third place awards.
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) .. Our herd is pedigreed blooded stock raised for breeding purposes only. If you

.,,> "" :'1. are interested in starting a herd of beef cattle in Florida, we invite you to visit our I '.

320-acre ranch, one and a half miles east of Goulds and eight miles northeast of

I / j ti Homestead. We will be glad to show you around and give you any information we Ii f

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r Most Nearly Tropical Section of United States .

i Is Redland District, at Southern Tip of Florida

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The climate of southern Florida Station I Ie primarily a research Institution control of mango anthracnose by tember. 1940. I S. Wolfe Florida Agriculture Ex.
and particularly the Redland District whoM function i. to accumulate I G. D. Ruehle la Proceeding of 11. Mango anthracnose and Its perlment Station Bulletin 352, December
may be claIMS u subtropics knowledge of the various Florida State Horticultural Societyfor control, by G. D. Ruehle. Mimeographed 1940.
.1 In the horticultural sense In crop which may be grown to the 1940. Report No. 6, October, From this list of publications: appearing
that many strictly tropical plant section and to solve the problem 6. Zinc deficiency of the avocado 1940. / In a single year it .la obvious
will not succeed during the colder which may arise from their commercial by O D. Ruehle In Proceeding 12. Fertilizing Persian lime that for the crop growing
winters without some protec production. As fact are of Florida State Horticultural trees on the Redland rock (pine- in the section, practically all
tion. It..If, however, more nearly established by experimental test, Society for 1940. land) toll of Dade County Florida phase of horticultural research
tropical than other section of the they are disseminated to the public 7 Fertlliaer studies with avo- by S. J. Lynch. Mimeographhd are being conducted at the station.
United State through various agencies. One of I Report No. 8, October. 1940. I
cados, by H. S. Wolf and S. J. on these subjects I II
The principal soils devoted to the most Important of these 1* the :Lynch In Proceeding of Florida 13. Fertilizing orange and grapefruit 'I' not only of Interest and value to
fruit and vegetable production In office of the county agent which ;State Horticultural Society for trees on the Redland rock grower in the Redland District
this area also are quite unlike any acts a* a clearing house of agricultural 1940. I (Vineland) soil of Dade County but also to grower and research
othen In the United State Thin Information derived from line I Florida, by S. J. Lynch and W. M 'I worker In other part of Florida,
8. Little leaf of : a I'I'i
the marl toil which are used various research Initiations. Asemlnating I deficiency by S. J. mango Lynch and G. i Fifield. Mimeographed Report No. I[other states and even In foreign
I t for production of potatoes, torn new findings I* through D. Ruehle In Proceeding of Florida IT. October, 1940. I II I countries Judging by request for
f aloes, and other truck crops, are 'second Important mean of dis- I State Horticultural Society for I 14. An economical punt 1:01\.1 copies of many of these publications -
highly alkaline, ranging In pH various publication, chief of I Ii 1840. ,tainer, by S. J. Lynch In which have been received at
from 7.8 to 8.9. They are largely I i Which are station bulletins and Grower, November,. 1940. the station. Information on these
9. Bacterial soft rot of potatoesIn
composed of calcium carbonateand scientific and popular articles In I southern Florida, by G. D 15. Papaya culture In Florida ,subjects and related ones I I. especially -
VII'1In depth from several Journal or magazines devoted to Ruehle. Florida Agricultural Ex- by H. S. Wolfe and S. J. Lynch. I valuable to newcomers to
Inches to several feet, underlaid agricultural Interests. A third Florida Agriculture Experiment 'the Redland District who contemplate -
periment Station Bulletin 348, September -
with a porous limerock. These mean 1* through talk and demonstrations 1940. Station Bulletin 350, October 1940 making their home and following -
toil usually an more or less saturated to grower, correspondence agricultural pursuit here.KCADTMC .
leaf and fruit of
16. Algal spot
10. Melanoma of citrus and its
to anawer letter of Inquiry,
with water or even
by G. D. Ruehle in Phyto
commercial control by G. D. guava
Interview .
and personal
be flooded Jn summer but during
Ruehle and Wm. A. Kuntz (form- pathology December, 1940.
the major part of the growing While the station 1* comparatively -
erly with the Citrus Experiment 17. Fertilizer experiment with
season, which extends from No- ;young, particularly to accomplish I
Station). Florida Agricultural Experiment potatoes on the marl toils of Dade
vember to March the water table : notable result with tree _
Station Bulletin 349 Sep- County by W. M. Fifleld and H.
usually la from two to four feet fruits! It already ha made worthwhile
below the surface. The soils on contribution to horticulture I
I M which the fruit crops are crown la southern FloridaThe following .
are alkaline also and consist of list of publications which appeared -
1. porous sedimentary limerock Interspersed -'I during 140, written by station Announcing the .
near the surface with torn staff member or by former
I toil which 1* probably of calcare- staff members afford tome Ida of
oua origin. the scope: and nature of the work
The marked difference from the being carried on at the Institution: Idemor Seedless Lime

test of the state In climate and I. Ylang-ylang, a scented-

t awl operate to cause peculiar lower tree for south Florida,,by (Plant Patent No. 444,!Issued to George I*.Polk of Homestead, Florida)
f cultural Insect and disease problems S. J. Lynch In 'Florida Grower,
,''4 in the Redland District The January 1MO.
fact that this important fruit and 1 Observation on the January
trucking area 1* some 400 mile 1940 cold Injury to tropicaland Trees for tale by The Coral Reef Nurseries Co., Rockdale. The Company's

I ( removed from the Florida Agricultural sub-tropical plants, T>y S. J. office address is Box 596, Homestead, Fla.
Experiment Station located Lynch in Proceeding of Florida

i at Gainesville made it difficult toI I State Horticultural Society for Excerpt from the patent: This plant differs from the ordinary Persian
: 940.
View adequately problem carry on by research specialist on I 3. Some chemical constituentsof lime, of which it is a bud sport, in the following characteristics:

working at that station. Th papaya and their relation to
of this difficulty by- flavor, by S.J. Lynch and W M.Fiffeld 1. TYPE OF GROWTH. It makes a stocky, erect tree, with unusuallystout

I I prominent Dade County citizens In Proceeding of Florida I flushes of growth which resist wind damage to a greater. degree
and by the main station led to the I State Horticultural Society for i than do those of the Persian.
creation of the Subtropical Experiment i 1940.

i Station near Homestead 4. Copper sulfate as a correct.I 2. FRUIT. The fruit is usually smaller than the Persian lime and develops
| by a legislative act passed In 1929. ive for dieback, a new disease of ,
i. Land was donated by local citizens, the avocado by G. D. Ruehle andS. a satisfactory content of available juice at an earlier stage. Fruitis

the first land. was scarified, and J. Lynch In Proceedings of.I as a rule quite round and is distinguished by the flat base and the per
Florida State Horticultural Society -
the first buildings of the station
sistent which remains until the fruit is which .
were erected In 1930. for 1940. style ready to pick, at time

The Subtropical Experiment 5. Spraying experiments for it falls away easily leaving a slight scar.

I , ,, ... . , ,, ," " """ ,,,,, . , " 3. RESISTANCE TO DROUGHT. Trees of this lime budded on root .,

I, I> ,1 stocks of rough lemon, grapefruit, sour orange and Cleopatra have en-

A Complete ) dured severe droughts with noticeably less wilting and reduction of crops

: : than trees of ordinary Persian limes under the same conditions.

4. RESISTANCE TO DISEASE. The tree is highly resistant to the
i I "lime bark disease"-which is commonly found in the ordinary Persian.
6. PROLIFICNESS. The tree bears larger crops of fruit than Persian
i limes under the same conditions.

GROVE MANAGEiMENT The Coral Reef Nurseries Co. is prepared to furnish Idemor Lime treesat

the following prices:

r TRACTORING % In. lin.lit .
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: I it tree*. Back tI." f LZI f LS4)M )
I., i" :, SPRAYING : to 14t tree, each ... LH U'
IS* to !" tree, each .I, I." U'
IM an* snore tree. each_ .79 ... Lit

All purchasers execute an agreement regarding the propagation of this

: RELIABLE EXPERIENCED EFFICIENT : patented plant, copy of which may be had for the asking.
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Nurseries at Man Address

1 : J. B. BROOKS, Maaager nOD 71 laoau.teadFie.. : I II Rockdale, Fla. Box 596, Homestead, Fla.f' .

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of the Festival




The City of Homestead, on behalf of its citizens, takes plea-

sure in extending to you, the visitors to the Redland District

Fruit Festival, a warm and hearty welcome. May your visit here

be a pleasant one.

\ To you who are interested in. making* your home among good

:...neighbors, in a locality that is blessed with the bounties of nature -

we offer the"Garden Spot'of the Nation", as the Festival

will t f tify.

Homestead, as the name implies,is a city of homes..We offer .

,..I .: .,you a public library, a light, water and sewer system,a new park,

." a swimming pool of A.A.U.dimensions, a.lighted baseball field,

and lighted tennis courts-all municipally owned.We have excel-

lent schools and many churches.

This is our Homestead. Inspect it; investigate it.

,Then let it become YOUR Homestead.
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HENRY BROOKER, Jr. v : ":'Ir Council President, ,'. ;, B.W. MORRIS
E. C.CHRONISTER ' .:: y' .-4 ..:. F.B.RUE1''I
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I Seven "Little Red School Houses" Consolidated.Into ,

i Modern Education Plant for Rural Redland

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I How seven widely scattered "\it. edifice, constructed on the unit "The school bus keeps the children Instead of loitering along the way superiors.

tie red school houses" in the Red- system and arranged around a off the road and away from and pilfering from orange groves "'The school bus has helped to
court, with auditorium sufficient .I
land Dlitrlct were consolidated 25 an the: dangers of passing automo- and the like, they may be used In make the Redland Farm Life
for the needs of the communityat
\ years ego Into the modern, well- the open end of the court. The bU... In four years not a child has useful pursuits at home. In the school the most talked ot rural
built, well-itaffed Redland Farm school property, as it now stands. been seriously hurt on the way to'told days the filthy mouthed child school In the United States Artie.I. .
Life School that became nationally la probably worth In excess of school. utilized as much time as he chose lea concerning have appeared in
famous ai a model for future rural i$70,000. I "'The danger of bad children I to use on the way to and from the leading educational journals of
school consolidations, was told In I 'There are now nearly three contaminating good ones Is minimized school to'contaminate the other the country, and the department of
an article written 20 yean ago by I hundred Dupll.!! The school situated by the presence of an adult I children In his company. Now his education at Washington uses the
Harley R. Core, still a resident of' two miles from Pr!ni'eton, the driver and the teachers In fifteen time Is firlted by the speed of the story of its foundation and work
Silver Palm, for a farm magazineand nearest railway station. It Is expected minutes after leaving school two I bus and his mouth is kept partial as an Incentive to other communities .
reprinted in the Homestead that a part of tie school thirds of the children are home. I ly ihut by the presence of his to get together."

Enterprise Dec. 2, 1920. grounds will later be used for experimental .
Said the Enterprise: work of ralsirg vegetables
Hurley R. Core of Homesteadwas and fiuit I ,
awarded second prize by a "'By far the most difficult prob-
farming magazine on the following lem to work out In this big under
description of the Farm Life School taking has been the transportation
which we print for |I" value ai Information of the children, The farthest corners
: of the district are even mile; .
-Eight yean ago (lit 1912) the from the school The motor truck GREETINGS.
last homestead In this part of I or school bus, hal saved the day. .
Florida had Just been plowed up. The county board hal purchased .
Five years ago this'part of Dade four of these at a cost of three
County was new, It had just thousand dollars apiece for the use
emerged from the frontier stage of the school We need two more,
The population was scattered The, which will undoubtedly be fur
We extend hearty welcome to Fruit
territory was dotted here and nished later I a
there by small town which contained I 'Without the use of these school
one or two general stores busses, this school would. have
I Festival visitors with the wish that
and a small school Most of the been impossible Horses or multi ,
settlers were In either moderateor I are too slow and too costly to feed
poor circumstances Few of I and drive. The distances are too
those were In deplorable condl.1 great for even the oldest studentto i you may enjoy.your visit. We urge you to look
tion. There are seven walk. But with the trucks, the
this district and they served an whole school of nearly three hun
Irrexfltar strip of territory situ dred children and teachers la delivered I over our agricultural area before you return
ated between the Everglades and I at the school grounds
the Atlantic Ocean This community promptly each morning Absence
i i h approximately fourteen and tardiness are reduced to aI l home. will
It be worth while.
miles long and seven miles wide.I I I minimum. The children arrive your I
Ita schools were conducted in I I without fatigue and in a happy
poorly contracted buildings They I:! frame of mind for the day'* work
were taught by all torts of teachers There Is no exposure to rain and
+ A few were good, but many storm, and there Is a saving In
were very inefficient. I clothes and health. With the busses .
"'It became apparent to some of the children are delivered to the Florida East Coast fertilizer Co.
us that something ought to be I
home of the district I In lest than
done. Our county superintendent I forty-five minutes after the session FRANK B.RUE.MG
working with the agents of the ,dotes. I
United States department of edu-
"'The use of the truck has been
cation, helped us to get started
of the strongest factors In securing =1
The time was ripe for action. The HOMESTEAD FLA.
for us hard surfaced roads',
patrons of our seven scattered
'over almost the entire district
schools agreed to consolidate. Generous '
Four year ago these roads were '
citizens donated fifteen acresof
11n such condition that !
a twenty-
land We voted bonds to the
five children load. Now
were a wecarry
sum of twenty-five thousand dollars I
fifty and sixty.
for the purpose of construe- I''
ing buildings In which to conductan
up-to-rig' gra'ed school DR.M.A.BERGER I 11I11I1111I11I11I11I1111I1111I11I1111111111I111111I1111I11 1111111111111111I1111I1111I1111111111I1111111111; ( li'il' "1111111I11I11I1I (_

"'The buildings we got would E
cost nearly double that amount to1
day. Since then we have had to DentistOffice
vote a second bond Issue, whichwe

There used are to now enlarge fifteen the rooms buildings, witha Hours 8:304:30Open I REAL ESTATEYou i iI

teaching force of twelve Including
the principal at two thousand Erenlan by Appointment

dollars a ;year. Seven of these First National Bank
teachers are college graduates and
all have had college training ] Building .

,I .. 'The building It a one-story, I I

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. Walker' Austex Chili Con Came I know the basic value of any commu-

Walker's Austex Tamales I nity depends on the real and personal l property .

Walker's Austex: Beans with Chill Gravy = -

These delicious feeds for sale by in it. You will find listed in my office almost any .

ALL GOOD GROCERS kind of real estate deal you wish.


Austin, Texas _= Come in and see for yourself what this B

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would sag U>at fortunes<< ,'rxma4inifti I ..
; { : ' i f aid toai ftrlcultur*: >.iklifrWd. .1 -4 fl -. '- wi j
farming '' goldmine Buttermilk CustardIngredients' 1
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BAPTIST CHl'RCH mwkl. at II .. m. aid TiM a. m; whatever the venture may : 1 cup sugar 3 tbl p.
N. T. P. U. and Japan ramming at 7 M be. Perhaps times more moneyis flour U tap, salt, 3 eggs, 2 cups
BOMUTIAb-Or I. tjcta.toaa.p.. a. at Prayer Martin Wooaooiar ...."' j I ,
lor natal wheat at Ii4l a. m.i rwrbseeatlla.a.and1880P.W.B.Y.P.U.- 'PUNCCTON lost than IB made 1'++T Tt T 7't +++++4'+"t' buttermilk, and 4 tblsp. melted
-flu Ra*. w. L. CramD
M .:M w Pram ..n less Wadaaldu, tutor. Saaday acaool al I HI: raachlas Those who ar Interested In agriculture ORANGE CUSTARD PIE butter.
at Ili4l a. iM tiSS .. .. JanlaraiorUat
atIerewat.000LDI11. at t:NI !was aooftloa movtlaatlw In Dade County, those To make the filling Wend sugar
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6-40 .rh.al u 14 a. Pn.rhle0r arouse Woaaaiilay M who will not Invest more than I Isabelle S. and flour well, add beaten egg
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il a. a. and T 890 P. a.I, P. U. their Income can afford but carry] yolk and buttermilk and then the
a0 16 Prays marries It itoo P. a.Wednesday. Extension Food SpecialistIt
EPISCOPAL a reserve for years of crop fail- melted butter. Fold in stiffly

CATHOLIC IT JOHN-- m. toooaal thaw and ure or poor markets, should over may be true-that bored remark beaten white and pour Into the
fourth ...... H_....| the *... .. ,.
CRURCB OP TBC SACRED HBARTB B..III"K..... _-.._ al period of time make a living by of Solomon's-that there'i I pantry lined pan. JUke as In
B. ..(awn* amnaa. Uon ata41 the .... 1 tail .. m.: Sunday school at *:Ml new hard work and common hOrt.j nothing new under the sun. But recipe above. The fruity, orange-
T. i Qaarr. paitor Bandar nan M .
al II.FREE '
.. .... wash ._ TiM ,. Prayer old lend flavored unusual Interest -
ar at .II: sense, and live In the comfort of new way to use thing I pastry five

Beady as. =.Sunda'' or following wo-en the-each first METHODISTFLORIDA Florid sunshine.Summary I fascinating sppeaL We've used In 1 I to this custard pie.

Annular of ..nth I far aen and hole. tho Clrr-Mra. Edith Tanlilrapaotor J the past orange lemon and other
seed Siiiiaar at _tIa, Holy hour Team Sunday ........ It .. at! proark ef Atrlcultaral Data
day before tint Friday of MMith al |:loa. .. II and 1:W .. m ; prayer fruit JUIces as I hint of flavor In
a m
.. Man first Friday at ,.10 a. W. Ini liM a. m, TuoxUrl...... axnlntI Area of Dade County, I cookies, cakes and breads, and
Bma'IcUM of UM Diamond Bacnawat after. M m. Thunder Y.... Poopkl Mia. FAMED GROVESContinued
owma ......., society ItN p. m. '..dar. In acres ... ... 1,450,720 I really enjoyed It. But today wi
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Total acreage under cultivation use citrus fruit Juices-grapefruit,,

FLORIDA CITT Broadway ana1 glut METHODIST CHURCH 1939 general farming 39.(71 I sweet orange, sour or wild orange
atmt Sunday actions at t:41 a. a. for I 801lIlTUp..If'h. .... J. I. Rirbardt, ( from Page One)
papas Moor 10 raara of ant nonlmamtat ....tor. suady, ochmel as .:., .. ..1 Number of farms _....._ .. 1,019 -for all or part of the liquid in
M II .dock WadMadar owning preaching at II .. and ,:It P. a. Value of all'lculturalland baking to obtain an unusually we do have so much new enterprises -

hit onlooi'sad vkkk..__IneliMb_ and taattowalate rraarta o.of Ch.hnl.... Junior.. ItIO LoalM a. ..I Btntor al tlM Losses a. m.1, at HI.:10 Lowut P. m. and buildings $11,997,412! delicate crumb and a fresh, distinctive are welcomed, and the
than ...._. I .. M. Tai public k oof Prayer mottlac at TiM a. m. WadaaadafSILVIR Total in I field la ripe for Immediate expansion
,..11. InvIMkUodli. . acreage .groves, flavor, In addition, the
.. room lo chunk .lirlo. lo span PALH-Tn .... t E. Walter. 1937 ...._ ..._. .. 15,1581 use of citrus fruit Juice for baking In organization and construction -
every Taandar afternoon from SitO .. motor Buaoar Mkool ovory sundry alIt L e., a new hotel and an r.
._ Tka rublfe fc cordially In.lu4 to UMotrolom a. met patchier oonrlom. oa tint third Value of fruit production, I t lia another way for them to further
M4 to ..." the nuMna room. and fifth sundae .. II,..at.and ,.so a. m 1938 ..__.... 14,328872 introduce nature' most healthful H. A. project of small homes- )

PRINCrrON-Tb. *n. I. WalW, I Homestead has Sri exceptionallywell
CHURCH OF CUltiST Fertilizer used, 1938 fruit acids in the diet This too
putor pr achl ills at I a. .1 Sunday
MOME8TCAD-Paul C. Horn*.!,, mlnlo.fcr school at 10. (32,000 tons) _. ..._. $ ':(.i/0 provide a delightful change from equipped municipal library
....... with 23,000 volumes, lodge organizations
First Swum end N. W. Fifth FLORIDA C7T7 COautUNITT CHURCH Crate material used the ordinary baking routine.
Bola study ot 10 a. m.| _...Ion. W.tonhl I ..
-Tht Rn W. E. Rowril BoMor CbetreyWheat Rotary Club, Lions
.. 1938 _. $998000
end preaching t II Pnmmottlnc .. TKI Certainly it's a thrifty practice
at 10 aui preaching at aMUwort
':10 .. ... WadnawhrCHURCH praran sad BIWa stud Wodnri.dar a. Investment, 49 packinghouses In these days when our fine citrus Club, Chamber of Commerce,

OF GOD at tilOBibla ___...._._._._..... S1.140000 fruit seem overly abundant Legion post and auxiliary P
OEDLAND COMMUNITY ClV.CB- T. A's Business and Professional -
HOMBBTCAD-SM M W. Mm amuallaadar The .... W. E. Rowell ....t.... Cburrh.okool Annual payroll packing So let' have pie! Here are directions Garden
ockool .. tut a. m 1 preaching at at 10'.hln.. at III Epworrb: business _n.. .__.... _. ... St89.000 for making the orange Women Club
11.-t sets 1.400 m Junior Y. P. at Lass .. 0M. Mldaa.k pryers and Club Art Club Girl Scouts Boy
11 eWMnai analog at 1 la panoaan.Prayor stair Thvada at "SO.PIlESBTTEIUAN Investment, fruit & vegetable pastry!
raottlnc. s p. m WtdiMaday c'Qnln'lclorl.. ._ ._ $125,000 Scouts. etc. etc.Homestead .
Orange Pastry
CHURCH Or THE: NAZARENE CHURCH Annual payroll, canning has a municipal library
I 14b-K_, .. .
BOME .n. at H lltkilnvt. Ingredients 1H sifted
BOMK1TIAD Tha .... Rout R. Th. k.*. G.. .. Rl ks. paotor factories ...._.._..._ _.._ $138,000 : cup lodge organizations Rotary
spear, autor Sunday aehaol ., tt4l .. ..( .Bible. Khool at 10 a.'. m I preaching at.. II I Investment, farm machinery .,flour, *i tsp salt, grated rind of 1orange Club Lions Club, Chamber of
nanolo BMoUa al I iM
m.1 roor:.0 m 'i, shortening, and
I and equipment . ...... $468,000 cup Commerce, Legion post and auxiliary -
Number of milking orange Juice about 3 tblsp.). P. T. A.'m, Business and Professional -
Involved have enjoyed cows I
satisfactory growers result Pepper and I February 1940 ..-.. ...... 11,803. Blend grated orange rind and Women's Club, Women
WATERJMTROLContinued shortening; chill Sift and measure Clubs, Art Club Garden Club
milk 1939
:Coffrln of Miami local agents for Gallon of produced ,
the Model Land Company, anticipate Miami Milk Shed .. .. 920,854 flour add salt and sift again Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, etc, etc.
( From Page Two) I considerable demand for the I Gallon of milk consumed Cut shortening into flour until par Here are good hunting fishing

territory will be available for the soil next cropping season. ticles are about the size of nary and yachting This la the gatewayto
virgin I 1939 _.-_ ...... . .. 4.171.8UI
planting of winter crops next sea I An average soil depth of two and Pould of cottage cheese produced beans Sprinkle orange Juice, a I the proposed Everglades National -
one-half feet prevails throughout I little at time, over flour mixture.t Park. Our own county bar
son under the current reclamation 1939 .. .. .... 360,137
'the reclaimed area, Engineer milk d'l Ice Toss lightly with a fork until large, front park of 1500 acres and a mile
Gallon of
of the Model Land Company
program I
Livingston reports. .. damp lumps are formed Continue:land B half of water front Is now
cream 1939 .. ..._ .. 199,164
pioneers and leader in lower vicepresidentof until all the flour Is dampened.
i Carl W Hawkins, I Gallons of buttermilk produced being developed so we hope soon
east coast 'land developmentsince the Model Land Co.. with headquarters 1939 __ 831,048 Press gently together to form Ito r-,. a bathing beach and golf
the railroad, Miami and oth- at St. Augustine realized dough Roll pastry to fit pan (9-t link
er famous resort of South Flori- several the vast possibilities Gallon of cream produced,
diameter inches deep)
da were In their Infancy of benefiting the farm Industry 1939 ..........._ ...._ 156,339 Inch by m Last but not least- the buildingof
and place loosely to avoid stretchIng -
Work on the project, under the I In southeast Florida by Gallon of cream consumed I a large government airport Just

direction of A. R. Livingston opening new territory. To his Initiative 1939... _._ ....._ .. _. .. 362814 Trim off extra pastry leav- east of Homestead has been ap
resident engineer for the land and belief In the future of Investment, land and structures ing Vi inch extending beyond edgeof proved.

company, has been moving for the land Is duo the valuable reclamation ,, dairy industry . .. $979.000 pan. Fold back to avoid double Lack of time rather than. lark of
ward quietly and without pub- project now nearing rim. Press with finger and thumb afternoon
Investment, equipment, dairy subject matter brought our
licity since last summer and the completion according to his associates -, industry ........- ...... $650,000 for fluted edge Chill Bake In I to a close, but not until my 1
entire program of road building in the organization.TRENDS Food purchases during 1938 hot oven (490 F.) 10 to )2 minutes guest heartily agreed that we do
and drainage scheduled for com I Make 9-Inch diameterby
II dairy Industry .. . $2246400 have something different here-a
pletion within the next 60 days. II I UHnch deep pie shell, or one
The plans embrace constructionof I Value of total dairy production, l wholesome, healthful, friendly,

11 miles of hard-surfaced roads, 1939 __.._.. .. $9900,000 I pleasant place in which to live and

30 feet wide, built up from rock I Payroll, dairy Industry 1939 :Investment equipment, poultry enjoy B freer and broader life

bottom to about two and one-half estimated ) .___ $1470,600 : Industry. .. $370,000

feet above ground level. Drainage I (Continued From Page Five) Average employment, dairy Feed purchases, 1939 poultry

ditches ten feet wide and eight The broiler and fryer market alto industry 1939 (estimated). 1,800 I industry . ..- - $968000 .

feeet deep parallel the roads and ,has increased the past three yean Investment, land and buildings, 1,Egg Production 1937 I /i.
lead Into outfall canal which Indulu383.17 r
an Industry . $460,000 poultry
carries off surplus surface water :and Is far from supplying---the-local poultry .___..... --. -- - --

r to Its outlet in Biscayne Bay

The large tract of land served

by the new drainage system fronts

for one mile on Federal Highway

No. -1, about five and one-half

mile south of Florida City bridge;

and extends five miles east to
within about two miles from BIscayne -

Bay shore line. Submargln- .
al land between the outfall canal :

and area the served bay which I Ia not coven included approximately in the- Can You Stop? : = Z:5':

ten square miles of marl Ii. .
prairie sparsely dotted with small I

hammocks potholes. j If Not Let Us Put YourBrakes In Top-Notch Condition ..
When the dredge and drill barge ,

operated by the W. E. Leach Construction -
Co. of Miami finishesthe With Our Brake Relining Introductory .Offer. .

Job of cutting the lateral :

ditches into the main outlet ditch

within the next few days the 1937-38 $9.95
water level throughout the drainage Ford . '

area will be decreased about

ten Inches, ,according to exact Cars >>
Ford $8.50
measurements and calculation All Other Passenger ;

made by Engineer Livingston !

After the work of the ditching
machines' U completed automatic ..
tide gate will be Installed"; .. .
W heed of the outfall Canal tr

control ar regulate the flow ol

tide and surface water betweer rtEES Motor Company

deep water and thi protected farming -

Some two hundred acres ot the I rats im Between reaialflee and Westers Vales Homestead fla.

new land has been planted the ,

season during the constructor

Period and it 1* understood the



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