The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00236
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00236
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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MOREPERMITS Laid low by sleeping sickness-In I.operationTor'till removal of1 fluid : AND' FLOWERS DOLLECTED .

a Birmingham Ala. hospital, Barney I from his spin and it la feared his
Godwin, it of Homestead, te i J I condition win necessitate. pro..
going to. be helped In a financial: longed hospital treatment.

FOR BUILDING way by hU pals in Homestead Barney' ether B. L. Godwin TO FORM CITY'S "HAMMOCK"THE
Chapter Future Farmer* of I at present unemployed is unableto

America. defray expenses incident to his -
Construction of Housesto Barney contracted the illness, son's Illness and sent a request to
Cost $2,929 Gets two weeks ago while visiting his the Future Farmers for aid. He QEATIhEROekJ.i Botanic Beauty to Prove

grandparents in Birmingham. He explained Barney could not be w.a't.r..poet .1 tN euatropt.JIas.rdr.nt Lure to Visitors
Council 0. K. collapsed a* he lay in the sun at a taken to a charity hospital because abHow, lta.ws..d. M.rhM. Belief

municipal swimming pool and It the boy la not a resident ot Birmingham Dale M. MI.. ..... Ra", -
REMODELING WORK was believed at first that he suffered .
a sun stroke. A diagnosisat July 14 ....._... U 80 3d.oS UI ROYAL PALMS LINE
Richard ot
TO HIT MARK Bigger, a
$850 July l' ._ 92 n 30.04 tract
the hospital revealed the sloop.ing -- WALL SIDEWALKS
the local r. F. A., went before the ,
disease. He has undergone one July 18 _...._. D1 7t 30.04
Rotary Club Wednesday aria -
Fertilizer Company Seeks I appealed July 17 _I 90 n 30.02 0.15
for aid for Barney. After Opening of Municipal
'ZoningRule for July 11.._ I 9& 68 30.0S 1.00
the meeting the members dropped July 1. eo 70 30.08'trace' I Center Set Within
Local Warehouse WRIGHT FREED t total of $8 In a passed hat
July 20 .20j30.011+ 0:38: Two MonthsA
I I The Future Farmers have placed _._..
Permit to erect sight houses In FROM JAIL ASNONAGGRESSOR boxes in the Dixie' pnisj Store and I
veritable botanical garden of
thf negro district to cost $2,929, I Brown's Pharmacy la which persona LAUNDRY
and a lumber shed to cost $459 end wishing to help Barney maydeposit $12,000 the subtropics will greet the eyes
: of tourists and visitors as they
toe remodeling work to cost $850 money.Swimming
were allowed by the city councilat BEING ERECTED enter Homestead when the new
a meeting Monday night Life Sav'lnr municipal park Is completed
Webb Brothers will five Harry Wright, II, ot Princeton,II I. The park, a WPA project, will bd
erect who with Harry Graham, 25 also, Classes begin MondayClasses ONKROME'AVE.Csn thrown open to the public within
houses .
negro at a total cost of .
of Princeton, last week was bound two months, Fred FUchs, super-
$2,075 and Henry Brooker, Jr., to criminal for alleged I In swimming and lifesaving \ the construction an-
over court an -
will erect Three at a cost of $850. attempt to attack Hqme- will start at the municipalpoot'uitder'di trucmt K,<(teaai,JjumdjJ f refo. It is rapidly btoewmjog _
w The; Brocket Lumlwc Company steed girls, waJfeteaseiTMondty two I ctTon of SparKmart unit In the rear of the plant of Into a beautiful show place and
'.. wJ1I"rect the lumber shed on the from the Dade County Jail at Holding assistant scoutmaster of Redd's Dry Cleaners on Krome when finished will be an ideal spot .,.,
west side of the F. E. C. railroad Miami. Wright and Graham were I I the local Boy Scout troop, Monday. avenue which with Its equipment for nature lovers, he says

tracks. bound over to the court In default Swimming classes will be conducted will cost $12,000, is under way and An artificially-created "ham-
The remodeling permits were of $1,000 bond each in Justice of,, each morning for six days Wilt be completed within. six mock which covers nearly two-
granted to C. W. Sweet for workon the Peace Sid L. Kendrick'a court The life saving classes will be held weeks, F H. Redd proprietor announces thirds of the park's two acres contains -
a building in Royal Palm sub each afternoon, except Sunday, ,
a week ago after pleading notguilty I 200 trees of 25 varieties, and
division to lOst $300; to C. H Rice to statutory charges. The until August i. The new one-story laundry will more an being sought by Mr.
for work OIL a. builldng in Flake girls were said to have been mistreated !Students In the morning clauses be 23 feet by 50 feet, constructedof Fuchs Two hundred fifty royal
Manor $200; Mrs H. M. Brown during a ride In will be divided into intermediate cement blocks with a roof of palm trees have been set out
building in Barber subdivision, car. swimmers and advanced swimmers special fueproof materiaL along both sides of the walks and .\
$200 and to J M. Clare, building It is understood that Graham"1 divisions.In The equipment, all of which along the inner side of the coral
In Horne Addition $100. Ing by the county the life saving classes students will be the latest in design and operation wall on the north aide of the park.
Jack Peters, representative of and by officers of the will be taught methods of rescuing will include two 70-Inch All tropical flowers and other
the International Fertilizer Agricultural eourt, which Is interested Its the I drowning persona and resuscita: washers, a four-unit I ironing-machine plants common to this area will be

Association, announced at case because one of the girls was tion.The and a. large drier. Steam In the completed park, Mr. Fuchs
the meeting the concern plans to only 10 yean old, brought out the I classes, which will be free, power will be obtained from a said. Many flowers already have
build or least a warehouse In tact that Wright took no part In are open to persons more than 10 20-horsepower oil-burning boiler, (Continued on Page Two)
homestead and asked for zoning abusing and beating the girls, although I years of age. Twenty boys and girls which will be installed outside in
law Information. The warehousewill I have registered so free fox the Instruction the rear of the building
through fear he did nothing '
be ef three In TM new will not affect
one Florida, to halt Graham's actions. laundry DISTRICT W. 0. w.
Mr. Peters said, Graham also is awaiting a heal the operation ot the dry cleaning
Tha seamed authorized Gordon [ Mrs. Bow Collects $37.65In branch, Mr. Redd said. The con-
big in the criminal court of recordon
Ivey superintendent of the municipal cern's name will be changed to ELECTS OFFICERSAT
an arson charge placed against Library Funds DriveA I ,
water and : Redd Cleaners and
power plant, to him after he was said to have set Dry Laundry.
advertise for bids for Homestead has been without I II
gasoline and a
fire to furniture and rugs in hi.parenti' total MEET HEREAvocado
of $3769 has been collected -
oil to.be used at the plant during laundry since May when the Red-
home. He was bound
during the past two weeks I
the fiscal land District
year. Laundry was destroyed -
The council appointed H. A. over after be pleaded guilty to the by Mr. L. L Bow, librarian who by fire.RAILROADS. I Lodge, No. 807, Woodmen ''I
charge In Justice of the Peace Is of the .
conducting one phase
Cameron as a member of the local Ken4ri k'. courtBORNE of the World, was host to the
library board for five years. drive to obtain funds to equip the ] TAXED $1,001,00 quarterly meeting of the town
interior of the Homestead Railroads of Florida will
A resolution new pay '
was passed authorizing east coast district of the order heM
: return to Mrs. Cerda Tread AMASSES public library. Mrs. Bow la receiving approximately $1,000,000 into in the Homestead lodge'i hall last
title to a plot of ground which she donations In a glass jar county school and state treasuries night Sixty-six delegates at
deeded to the for placed on her desk In the old li within the next 30 days, as a result
city a site of a tended.
negro housing project five, year 13 RUNS IN GAME brary. of the recent ruling by Circuit : District business, climaxed by
0. Approximately $1,000 will be Judge J. B. Johnson of Tallahassee -
election of officers, was conducted: ,
Fred Fuchs, supervisor of WFA needed to purchase: the equipment that the railroads must pay A fish fry and a social period fol-
work at the municipal park, requested WITH SO. MIAMIThe which will include tables, chairs, taxes at once on the basis of 22Viper lowed the business ....Ion.
the council to furnish him desks, shelves, files, a cabinet and sent assessment of actual property Alfred E. Sapp, Miami attorney
with a truck to be used for hauling league-leading Home team an electric charger, The library value, with another 1H percent and former district deputy of the
board baa the and assessment ratio held
requested city
dirt and trees. up
the county discussed of the
was in the slugging Mon '
had called in several trucks which county to appropriate funds. pending further litigation I i fundamentals of wood-
day night and had little difficultywith .. order and I
wen in use since the park work the cellar-position aggregation r i I I craft in an address before the

started. from South Miami. When : Sponsor of"Liquid Coal" DemonstrationVisits i meeting. I
the smoke cleared away in the J. A Overstreet of Coconut
Ten Boy Scouts Awarded sixth inning, the local team had I Here While on Fishing VacationLiquid I Grove was elected president of ,
the district to succeed Thomas
Badges of AdvancementTen amassed 13 runs and South Miami
had a single marker. -- Townsend of Miami. Other 'officers -

members of the Homestead Eleven Home players participated coal pictured as a new inventor of twenty or more Improvements named were: vice-president,
troop bf Boy Scouts were advanced In the game and only two .f discovery and demonstrated a* an in coal burning equip J. O. Henson of Coconut Grovel
in rank at the monthly court ofawards them failed to account for at least automobile fuel of the future in ment, Mr. Leach laid out a series and L. B. Keen of Miami; treasurer
conducted by Scoutmaster one run. At the start of the gameit recent news reels was developed I ot experiments to be carried out l ) Thomas Lowry of Miami escort
Henry Brooker, Jr., last night. looked as if the teams were on under the Instruction and supervision In a laboratory set up for and : J. Westiwr of Coconut
Harry Bishop, Clarence Williams pretty even terma. M the first Inning Vernoft.. O. Leach, son of given to Arm out Research Founds Grove, and sentry, 1. l:. Byrum.of
,. James Bert Henry Jt, South Miami scored once sod Mr*. t-M. Led and brother of Uoai at Chicago by Peabody, sad fttdland.
LalM Davis Proctor a4. Gerald Home toon*.twiee. In th*.ace- Mrt,Best Anker ef Homestead. tfce Andrews were advanced to the ond. Horne added two more to its This was brought out yesterday of MOM coal (coal dust-suspended. Coconut Grove anti the Homestead
tenderfoot rank; Eugene Jemlgan list From then o*. fee *nVof< I In; rarest .converse*** with -Mr. In oil) was one of those specified lodge were represented' at th t
and Billy Dickinson were advanced towners couldn't get any farmer Leach who Is on hU annual fishing Liquid coal la not a new dlscovt _tie,. CocosHit Grove had the

to second class; and Rufus Ashby, than third base and they arrived trip tee Miami, Florida Keys cry, although, its,development to largest representation with 31
Jack Harris and Roger Glenn there Infrequently. Horn coasted and lower east coast waters. As the point of actually running an delegate
were advanced to tint class. along until the sixth and then decided chief combustion engineer for Peabody automobile Is of recent date he That delegate voted to hold VIe
Each: scout was awarded the that a few more talliesContinued Coal Co.. largest producing said. I* originated in this country next meeting IB three months at

badge ot his rank. ( on Page Two) coal company;In the world, and M, (Continued on Page Twelve) Fort Lauderdale.r. .


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LEADER-ENTERPRISB Friday July 21. 1939
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.- aw rwa B recently completed by .the j>arkworker tarn Training Camp at, Fort 'j\
Y.t.- ;at :, ..L..." t r. *, _Uo-wIU.beawtt, shaded Soreweo, Ca, was one be very
i DIAWBALL\ j......... tit __' .die TTSi I 1y.M, r611iwM. -..-- .. f : i' by tree The table are so placed few students out of approximately ;|,

I 5.ah. Bit..... ...' i i I. i s.Nta.e. ?o.;:::V t : r : that hey will be available to both 500 who wee advanced from first '
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(Continued tram Pap ono). c.. .......of.. ..__._.____ I .i l 1 6 i i .eM C"'f wr,, r- j jWiMtanr e . large and email parties.) year to third year lwa* an* .\I
wouldn't do any feirrn. So the I I Ik I e e I t IJ The fish poolf surrounded by a nounced. The right to omit the
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\ boy Mailed to sock fast aDd made rra.a.If:__ .. a : Crakes en ekes.: S d : .: :j e r : : two-foot coral! wall, wa completedand second year of training given 14
Bin rani. i 1 A.d..ar. .. t : : : : : mete. ... ._.. __ e I' ..t _.;' populated with tiih several those student who show unusual

Horn counted U bale bit during -IMCVMM. rf =: .. ,........_...-..M "l "JAB Ice a. week ago. A fountain will W proficiency in an branches of
I constructed near the pool Instruction, for perfection
the affair and not a single TeNit 4 II II t camp tq
.. a BH PO Aa gT.aae
I ._ ... The rustle shelter house, ma- general military behavior and citizenship .
record. South d
the I
nor marred t I 4 : : : :
and i 1 : MelluW. Tf ...:= : ? terial for which will be furnished and for the good Influence:
Miami made three hits fiveCarter .. i : : ; i a 4I.c....... a a a .
by the city, will be erected near other student
smith Ik _. I I ai upon
Mm. 1- ..... bite, u_... 0. c..or.nL >!,-. tf ...-_. .."..-._ 4 1 I .1 the main gite. The done wall I Loner also wu awarded a medal
South Miami pitcher, ie:1 d..a sw.. Chant. -- Field t I I ck..kh MbtMU.+. 'Ii".:=::: 4 I 1ft : will be four feet high and the area In marksmanship. Hla citation
and his 4tHiatt
\ truck out five men. opponent .wwk owk a wt6. .1Ifebas.....t''M._ t between these and the roof will be I state be scored 19 bullseyes out
I Nelson fanned three Each: ... W1iWa:: I e a 1 .
red ... of a possible 79 at 200 yard.
hurler allowed four free walk to I Ami,***. Ik -_ _. I .1'.1'L open.
MONDAY KK.BT JULY fAl f\t\t, Ik ___ a 0 1 1 ..0 Curved and Irregular walk were The Rev. R. F Blackford and

first I ...... R IS TO A, It.I Touh-...___M II II II the tint item completed in the I Roy Campbell attended the camp
Perrine won a 1 to 1 victory over 0.gh.a. of __ e e 1 .a s tamebae e.wrtthw. I park.) These wind about under the I with Losner Mr. Blackford, pas ,

'I Brooker In the other half of the 1.R Ii-:=: : : : : : J.R.. II......... ...... 1 I.4 *0 0 4 I 0 6Ran. a TBE. tree and Will be shady during all I tor of St John'i Episcopal Church; ,
night's program. Perrine collecteda .. UO. . aDrum" _.--1 a .1 hour of the day. All vehicles will served ai chaplain at the camp.
i point in the second, third and __-_- .
8"""""" I Two her 10.... MMMtaltiimhM Ioto, be barred from the park. In the '
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while Brooker chalked I
fourth, up T.
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NIUM; IMM row N.too. McriTlm.DuM Mo- center of each of the wide gates
a I' Retired Owner
d Grove
aaaina :
t IanaI' of .. fc.ll.-Wf Care 4,
goose egg until the C,_, .. ...___ e 1Rest. ; her. Carter i Mitm s will be placed tone vase to permit
seventh when the Ion _. a aTwl. Km : Mm sat fcr t : Succumbs at Goulds
i the run wu a _..... HIM*u4 Met**. the entrance of pedestriansonly

( made. ..... ,__ ...ace 1. a ii ..1 he said- aervttor;
Cave, Brooker moundiman. ..- AI. sure A tr. UUCUI..._ STANDING THBOUCB Mw L..$JILT.r.1.IT Mr. Fuchs I* adding to the Funeral Thorn "b,
i truck out two men and gave five I' ..._ natural beauty of the park) with a Moore, 16 retired grove owners
walking permit Deas, delivering c.uwn le, -= : : a s: aT"I t ; :Dresher=.-::::-= -:.. : ;a 4. .M..:. colony of tree snails. Already he I who died Friday at the home of his

for Perrine, couldn't get his strike 1IMo. .... __ . ZEN Miami its has a large number of brightly .daughter, Mr*. Howard Kirk ,si
out system to work but he allowed sJ. IL New.:..i.of.I'.- aLwe.w : ; : : colored specimens clinging to a Gould were held Sunday after} 1
at the Turner Funeral Home.
only two player to walk. e. three aide of the tract. tree. .He hit Instructed his men noon
... ___ I Burial was In Palm Cemetery Na- '
M..rw ash a 1 1 t I to keep the lookout for tree
on .
Six base hit divided
were evenly 11._ I .. :.. t. II. Each tree and plant will be
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i between the two team. The ,........ r'- labeled Mr. Fuch said. Several snails and bring them to the park.
Moon to Florida
Mr. came from
local team made two error while ......_____ ..-.is t a ii 1s. 1tastes. hundred metal label are being I I I Most of the park area 1* covered Frankfort, Ky.. 21 year ago. Be -1
Perrine fell from greet only once. with 11'..... Several hundred feet
e a4 1oreelo prepared at the park for the inscribing side Mr*. Kirk he U survived by 1
of marl will be
The fan were pretty) well r .__- & : : 1 I I of the name. These will spread over the two other daughter, Mrs. C. R.
__. ground next week, Mr. Fuch uld.
Terrine 1 1 a e.
pleased with the performance Friday aUwe
be affixed to the tree and plant Lighthouse of Miami and Mr. C. ,
night because, In addition to a. Mal.-del c:._ a. oat a:J I when the park I II opened. Thirty-five men are at work on the M. Fletcher of Brighton, Fla.; 1
: seeing the two local team get the .tract ..., t. Caves at _.._ 81... aM project.
..d.,. Construction of croquet and three con, J. W. Moore of Sorrento. ,
best of their adversaries they saw horse shoe court will start in the Fla, Albert Moore of Yosemite,
, two well played close game northeast section of the park when IRVING LOWER HONORED Cal, and Vanleery Moore of San

j Brooker, In the Lint of the PARK I I the planting work la FOR c.M.T. C. ACTIVTIES Francisco; a sister, Mrs.: N. S.

double-header, won over South Tree will surround these Irving Losner, son of Mr. and Miller of Estelllne, Texas; a broth* i
Miami 4 to.. Horne took the (Continued from Page One) afford ample ahade for the Playen.1 Mrs Max Loaner, who returned I er. M. V. Moore of Aihevllle, N. C.;

long end of a 4 to I score over been set out and hedges border The concrete table and ", Saturday from the Citizen Mili and 12 grandchildren.
Perrine. -
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It wa* a sort of drafgy affair lathe
tint three inning of the i

Brooker-South Miami gsme. Then ,
in the fourth. the Homestead

bunch got two runs and In the next 'j
frame marked up four. South'
Mlaml.duplicated Homestead's effort '

In the fifth but couldn't get

ever the hump. Caves, doing, "
; mound work for Brooker wu intermittently ,
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wild and seven opponents '
got free trip to first ,
\ Good, South Miami deliverer, allowed I
only one walk. C. W. Carter .
helped Good out in the serving ]
chore and allowed only two hit
<< In two and one-third innings.I 1ID

\ Good wu good too, along that em LoToday's
f line The record showed he allowed
i five hits In four and two-

; thirds inning ,
; In the Perrine tilt the upcounty -
I boys couldn't seem to do any
: better than to get a lone run in :
the flnt and two more In the sixth =

Two Home runners crossed home '
plat In the second and two more'

pattered home In the sixth. Deas,, .u
hurler for Perrine did his part In
the game by striking out six batter I
and accounting for one f

Nelson, his opponent on
truck out two. Deal aeon'j

free walk and Nelson 3I

four player. During the entire
game there were 12 base hits,
evenly divided between the two

team The score: I HomeIs I II

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Pare Four. --. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Friday. July' 21,1939: A y

country need a responsible Press *,
TBELEA&EB-ENTERTKISE f a* much a* it needs a free OHM-.5'' .

.11..04 P....... N 8.es..d, P146by Press aware of Its responsibility
sae _tit Do" r_... C....... to report facts honestly and without '

MM .aCIlIa" ...... prejudice without fear or
M4CJOIIK LIA JaaCaa I'favor regardless of any party' sector r
AMri.M MltorItll Interest Involved."

As reviver CM rise higher than
1166.04 as -sal slow USA r.ra.Mr.a .
its source, likewise. no newspaper
lA : .4tl:
: :
MI. ;"I can rise higher than the ideal of
00,1106 nut.
It .
Inv sponsor.One
.. .... .utI".OII. -_steels...- Tess It t wj1t x.tint I 0
..... l l Ii
..... Of 0.-.nF likes to regard this old earth 1'

a* a rather fixed end stabilized i
The CbiWren'i Hour- body but It U not.It I* constantly ,'

Modern Version undergoing change*-tearing down '
I at one place and building up at w'
Between the dark end the daylight. another. The latest such discovery *1I
Then come from each radio I II that a ridge of mountain i* "?".
tower forming to the Atlantic about midE E
& series of gentle broadcast way 'of that body and reaching .

That art known if the Chjld II"* from pole to pole, probably being ,.
Hour. 'it t'6SST..S VUfflEQt9A P.0 shoved up by the shrinking of the -
earth in ill cooling process of the ,.'
\ Clt/ff M TIN IW.VZO /
:And the girl and the boy are ; molten of
mall Its
Interior It i* .'*j
gatheredTo TNi sr-pfreKfavn* swmfjUVO OARO predicted that tome million 'of \,
listen with bated breath +y HAS A M/ff MfMOS&fft/P fffMMT yean hence this ridge may pro; "Sj

To educational programsOf +a. "- J-1 O-w/rA1 A 4 o oTf rNERt trude above the ocean' surface!* '
Murder and Sudden Death. PLAY/NR AS "

"' Then the air U athrob with sirens, stow 4-fro/va MGH7VSXS -"""-' Somebody call the modem mar:* ".3
As the can of the Little One rlaget umbrella wedding because ljw
Tune In to the soothing echoes CAP VMS ATCeAMGS i they fold up so easily. il
Of "gati" and of Tommy-gun COURT A4772TZ. ei t 'f
And the of the kids A Washington state educator
eyes are popping TO LtfSVSVAt U//TH Ti4IE formerly educational ;
An they listen and wait, per- N /GNT 1 UNTEDSTATES for Massachusetts, advocates the

plexedBy I age of ten as the proper one for
the educational problem children to enter the public '
OI who will be rubbed out next. I schools. It may be psychologically

i correct, but his theory will no) "
Grave Alice and Laughing Allegro |I make much headway too manyi
And Harry and Dick and Tom i mother want to get their "brats"

Hour music of sawed-off shotguns, bout i of their way and too many
Accompanied by a bomb; PBAC6n M sensible mother believe these four

And quiver and shake and shiver r TREAT yean would be wasted, or what Is'
At the tender and pleasant I still worse, be likely to lead active I':
quirks I I children into ",anr" habits. '

Of A gang of affable yeg8m 1'----.M..... ... .. I I
chronic disorders. ---"ON....."..........?...M M"
Giving tome "punk" the works! I II II | ; Chemistry that most wonderful '
I Children in Court Social workers and courts alike 1 CURRENT !1 i and useful of the sciences Is continually
And they listen In awesome silenceTo I lament the fact that the medical ",
the talk of tome mobster I Br Judge Malcolm lUtfield world, outside the field of psychiatry I COMMENTBy telling us new things about ,
,., ourselves. If older
group I I ,11M MM MMMMMM .M M has practically Ignored you people
,As they're opening up I bdhk vault ARE IMMIGRANTS CRIMINALS this Important phase of research II I AGNEW WELSH, Miami knew about vitamins and the important

With nitroglycerine "soup"; I While It Is an admitted fact that 1 Intensive Investigation must be'!' ............-.................-..-....- i part they played In our
!I physical life, or the effect of
large numbers of delinquent hormones -
undertaken to determine the exact I
Oh tweet It the noise of battle (children come from Immigrant I I connection between both the men- The retiring head of the U. S. '(I and told your grandpnppyabout
To the children's listening earn,:families, It would be absurd-to ttal and the physical elements ,'army has recommedned a standing.: It he would probably have
,A* the guns of detectives answer, say that such children are delinquent which affect the lives of delin- army f'200,000 menand a notional !l I given you a took that Indicated he

The guns of the racketeers; because of their parentage. ,I jquent children before lasting guard of equal size, coupled questioned your sanity but now, '
Authorities who are In dally con- gains can be made i with an emergency plan to enlargeIt scientist of Oregon State College 9
And these educational programs I tact with delinquent'chlldr\n. are to a million men. I break forth with a new one-with :'i
Will make the youngsters Correction institutes must work *
cower, the
cognizant of the fact that foreign 'i statement that biotic acid and 1
And the night will be filled with I In closer harmony with the law i I I have nd relatives on any state maybe a little panthothenie acid
born parenage has nothing whatsoever ', !
nightmares to do With youthful delinquency enforcement aa well aa recreation-I I payroll but can not help feeling: are essential to a normal growth. iP
Induced by the Children's Hour! al agencies, and that Is done
; such persons no longer 1 I an Injustice being ]I II It all Indicates that mayhap the ,'I
-Berton Bailey. ,believe In the old theory that criminals groups, before great and more efficient i I'when one department of state em- future man will carry In his pocket'<;;
services can be rendered to ployees voted to
accept a wage '
are made at birth. properly labeled food suitable to (1.ij
the individual delinquent. Such cut in order to keep within the his
physical needs In
The prevailing more enlightened a bottle ora
Give Him a Bike-But viewpoint takes Intoi an Intelligent future program ofcooperation budget and six women in the governor's : capsule or two. .
win uncover of office have granted'Increases 'I
i consideration that for- many been .' .
Teach Him the RulesAt I since many 1
the deep rooted causes of maladjustment that will take nearly $1001 I
[sign born families tie forced to
which am Ignored by per month out of the people's, The American Druggist maga-
this time of the year many ,work for low wages, it It necessaryfor
courts throughout the nation. It pockets. The principle of injustice sine state that experiment durIng -
parents are saying: "My boy wantsto them to crowd together in our will also stress the fact that the: far exceeds the money Involved. :1| the past two years have evolve
ride bicycle-how can I be I large metropolitan centers, where first six or seven years of a child's ed a new anesthetic that may be

sure he will be I safe rider'" their children are exposed to all life most important, for I used where other drugs would be
forms of vice over which the ;rreth'te !
I parents
the iii.
I dangerous This mind
A little training will Increase the have no control. An additional period the child laysthe A considerable discussion on brings to
I foundation for the Ideals, freedom 'of the Press has lately I the fact that anesthesia was discovered
pleasure of bicycling well the factor which further assists
as habits etc., that guide him during 'prevailed The New York Times a little over a hundred
safety of young people who need to In dispelling the foregoing his entire future life rightly. stresses the fact that "this:years ago by a young Georgia physician
I'better :erroneous theory U the fact that, tnfondon '
learn of doing whit using ether the
way i I where foreign-born families reside nerves while p .r ,;;;Iiw..i
they will probably do anyway advises
In rural their OUR.i* FELLOW DRIVERS I
the National Conservation: areas, childrenshow By Mueller cal operation. ,
no delinquency
Bureau. Before he la allowed to'' eOn

take long trips the )youngster'1 i tendencies Easter i lad living In the suburbs -

should be able to demonstrste i DELINQUENT CHiLDRSN ARE | of a city bought three duck- ,

first, a knowledge of the bicycleas OFTEN EMOTIONALLY ILL f koI | lings. They grew In size and Jin
a machine second a knowledgeand 1 I Courts frequently discover that his affections. Nova the neighbors
observance of all rules applying j many children sent to clinics for I[complain of their early morning
to bicycles, and. third a fairly]!observation and treatment are quacking, to the lad 1* miserable at
blah skill In handling a wheel ,I emotionally Ill An analysis of I the prospective.loss of.his pet*. t A
Among the things he should be I such children recall that In many boy needs something;;'outajd >the
'able to do are ride slowly for TS : Instances the emotional illness can I human race upon Which-!) lavish

feet In a straight line; ride around be attributed directly to the par- his affection and built ip| his love
a circle: from curb to Curb In a ,.enta. The seriousness of this prob for dumb nim lt-or Hot st dumb
:fairly narrow street first in clockwise I study-ing duck If I were an artist the first

,; direction steering with the the results of a recent survey, picture I would paint,.would beat
left hand, then counter-dock | which Illustrated that from two to a barefoot boy with "fish pole-on
wise direction steering with the I nine per cent of the city and the his shoulder a can fej angleworms
right hand; demonstrate the correct I[rural Mhoel population e( a given 'I I In his hand and ado, at his heels.
method of "snkllng." dis-!state was made up of problem The most intriguing photo I ever

''tnountlng and quick stopping children. While the rate was saw was that of a boy and a dog
Without skidding. i highest In large metropolitanareas sitting on the bank of a stream
the rural schools pawned the lad taking time out to look

I Sunshine and Rain a per capita population which was Into the face of hit dog and the dog
approximately halt at large as that looking Into his seemingly with a

j If all the skies were sunshine.' ,found In highly congested distinct I friendly, understanding look ,. of
Our facet would be fain i *. Handicapped children are i complete confidence. The twain
""To feel once more upon them i generally classified Into mental .
r The cooling splash of rain. :1 and physical handicap categories. ''are natural companions. .
,The mentally handicapped are I I very much fear that the plan
I ,U all the world were music usually considered to be either nf giving the needy and elderly
t Our hearts would often long children. fixed income it one from which It
t rfor one tweet strain of silence Many In this'grdup are abn rMil.posresrtig will be difficult ever to recede. Ainember
: : To break the.ndUw* $ong.r : peculiar personality I of the American Youth

traits. Mentally Retarded children having interviewed
Commission report
r It life were always merry. -
Our souls would eeek relief l 1 are often feebleminded and dull 20,000 youth and more
tt) And rest from weary laughterIn Among the physically handicapped TV vows Mhq ewer., than 90 per cent of them believedthat
r ''can be found the crippled, blind and Increases
; the quiet arms of grief.Henry ;deaf etc., and also those suffering 'See, she's t dolnf 71 wiles m hour. I'J open net up but I'M jot employment were "valid responsibilities wage

10 Van Dyke J from tubercular and other poo tires and my brakes sJcrnt bold*' *f the government" :

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July 21.1839 THE t"
LEADER-ENTERPRISE... _.nn.____ ..TST75 1Q. .S Page Five

LIMELIGHT FOR tree Io-s1 ltH'' the" haw tint. District Legion Meeting A.o\.

1,400 Mile Trip Ends oq Famous"Road" 10... Members wars L. T. Chup-. July 29-30 at Key West 1, "
that superintendent of the _ale /

"" ''''''''',"'''' '' ''''' .' .". --.......,.. .."..,, ....,.. pHaon at Raiford; J. H. Cowling The annual convention qf the J i}
' chief engineer ol the slate road department 4 P
rIM district American Legion
.,, tr ; and Nathan Mayo: commissioner be el4 at Key West July It

Fau \I. &it, S' .. ;(: committee'a of agriculture.The &recommenda. and JO t,
World's Y., July Id I Lions will be followed IIIbit Members of John O. Salley Poet
(FNSl-Beoelved with ill the t who plan to attend the meetingare
method all regular prisoner will
and that ...,,, .. ,
pomp ceremony; would wr. "" .. .. wear white; trusties will wmr light requested to notify William .1.Geronimo.
normally be accorded the :
greatest :W '.. ,,," ', ". ,, grey; and stripes win be confined adjutantroad
teIobrl.t1.Ctcu, the Marion Coun JIjI''' ',,2.t'
to thaw prisoners eV>elplln d tot
ty ox. driven, troth Silver Springs ;, } "
breaking prison regulations. However will wear the oM-fahtone4
to the fair by Bob Cobb, turned
1"r t..t. 1 ,no prisoners\ working on state stripes.lott.sd .
out J sy.be, ."m\ sensation. ,. ;
Mel, at;th, gates by the guard of .
toner, Cobb and hit ox cart wereacortod 7P \ .
i r:
to the Florida bulldia I ; .' '
while haring thousand followed < :,.y' \,, i ., ti!
to their.,Ue. \ '.''
:>, : ,. .4.h" ::: "' .
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Grow Wfcahjn, president of the '" .
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'WI. / .'
fair together with other official ."", .....-.. "J. .\.t. TT-:1', ". "
extended official .
greetings andtrom sr -" 'i'? ; .
the depths of the ox cart ... .
Cobb: produce a basket of Florida
i. less on th* trip
product for presentation |p
;Whalen.A >a*.4 the saving when Far Set there

royal banquet was staged for deed tee: Tee ... have the el yew He *. T**.
Bob lost IT
COBB Florida eewbss. bad ( 11eaads <<
.... _.
BOB with saint! kg
Oscar. the ox. at the Bordaa the Ot oval the"Kott ofTomorrow" pounds. H. had to star awake *> r yell Iw .
hibit where he was the guest at at the Ford BxiMlUoaa olthl..keeping curious persons tram oxide Motor Uae U's Swag kf *
Its royal herd and dined on Florida the New York World Fair at disturbing OMtr>t elsep. Till trl AMPLE: ROUND TRIP FAXESHUHI
citrus pulp. the end of a 1.400-mll tnk. They eel tr.Oepeetaiiee *l )v.tardapgreat" KIT WBIV 41"Nsw
Later In the day Oscar held a let\ SUrer Springs, ria, en March a MBMtkMi when H rMohl. tan JACUONVU.LB. awtarp.
II. Bob- bought Oscar Marsh V the "Road ol Tomorrow" ._taIWorld' TQIK. ...
reception at tile Florida rNltAOIkrHIA.
building ,
braided him, taught him to Ml and Fair Police cM.a ot* .
Which was attended by "Rose" the broke him in to harness. Oscar ate "1M Ik* wagon through the J'aI..roun' IIIW 0 LB4NS IIM CBlCAta IM.lt
prize Jersey cow, from the electrl copiously throughout the trip and *. HOTEL REMAND STATION
fled farm exhibit. rugler Av. and Mewry St. rbM so
That evening Oscar participated White Suits to Replace sunny land of Florida Is to be white
In the rodeo and wax, the hit of the uniforms tot convicts. No more
how. Stripes for Prisoners will the ancient and familiar 01
stripes be worn by state prlaontn.
For a' That-Plus Tallahassee, July JO. (FNS)- The state cabinet when it decided
He: "That, a hatT" The latest style note from this to abandon the stripes, named a;
She: "Humph, --- -
What 11 a.hat
looks like a \bat.
Inflated slat,
',or let, a mata -

for hat's I' that a bat! THE ARK TRADING POST !

He She: '*""And'For a.111"that-Ex." I

had Jm turned the corner
from one of the most beautiful of
sleep valleyi.
She exclaimed.: "What a beautiful ..
gorge that was!" Second Hand Furniture C i
"Yes, it wasn't bad" he replied,
his mind flashing back, unromantically -
to the inn in the hollow, !
"but I could have done with a bit Bought and Sold
more pudding -Montreal Star.

Student "Professor when do
you think there will be.peace In

Europe Professor when "There'll Franco's widow be peace tells in FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING REFINISHING AND REPAIRING

Stalin on hit deathbed that Muaso
lint was assassinated at Hitler's
funeral!"-Ex. Mattress Renovating, Mirror Resilvering :
wish to thank our friend

floral and neighbors offerings and for for the their beautiful kindness what you don't want for what you dora

and bereavementMrs.. Anna sympathy D. Carter during. our recent T d e 111 want, or we will sell any article that

Mr. and Mrs J. .. McKimmey.
you do not want on a small commissionWe


also buy old books, old silver, old glass, old

ROOFINGWORK brass and copper, old stamps, antique furniture

old firearms, old letters and documents.We .

'.also 'Appraise Rare Books and AutographsGet

you want done, let the ,Habit---Come to the Trading Post

t the man that knows Where Your $ Does Its Duty

how:, do it. No job

.too small or too big


I i FLORIDA CITY 35-36 Mowry\ ,St Homestead Fla.
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Pace Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July 21,1939

0111I11I11111111111I11I111111I1111111I011I1111I! I ELECTRIC SERVICE WITH.. .. SAFETY aunt opinion by li the bated United on an State announce Department ;
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of Interior that St Augustine

20 Years Ago I Care of Electrical Appliances.Tale' "h.e A.e a -.f"lee*fIf al:artl.l t.leal,.,,."..'_.I'M-toy. ,'the. ..l"tw...UNIf and it* surrounding area 4 I
s r ..
,.\ 1ft the of "ooll'i.\If to 11- had been declared eligible ai a

national historic ..Ite.Turner's .
I Electric heating acrew-eheu themselves or th*
metal ban of the lamp may b*
IIIIl "l lll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIie.IMwka pad are very help-
exposed.: If metallic tinsel or other
TIle us e.n tat appliances, and
Paso .... '1100 .. am 11- I' one be used with metallic decoration come Into contact -
.' rpra..n.b1/.Md ''- It. 11= with these exposed "lire part Funeral Home
low rules
: safety a
the "..u rw/d. a..r of two aockeu at the earn time a
....... Oft IT, IMl, vim UH Monte- 1 are observed. Borne short circuit may mult. This kind M-ItX AMBULANCE SERVICE
-- ..-. pads bar safety with
of aa accident cannot happen
July ti Itl'"llal'l'1 rules permanently aX a lighting act baring sockets properly Lady Attendant
attached to them designed. Before buying a
Phone 684-R Homestead Fla.
Dodson and Doris Mowry md cartful att.n- Christmas tree ..et. screw a lamp ,
were married in West Palm lion should be gives Into one lOCket and observe whether
Beach on Wednesday July 23. to these lagg**. hanging time could make contact
UOBI M that an with lire part of the socket or lamp.If .
They will live In Homestead where and aeeldeat bar need that
y metal reflector are *e*
the groom has fixed up a nice little arils may b* avoid the metal toll of the reflector i* I
home In the Tower cottage." ed.To well Insulated from the metal ot:
-"Till proposed Fellowship Club assure a long the lOCket and lamp baa*.
lit* for beating Electric: lamp for Christmas tree ONLYMONKEY
Into existence Sunday night
pad, avoid ao tar hare largely eliminated a very serious -
with the following officer and aa practicable. "" fire batard that of decorating
committee chosen: President J. harp fold Fad Parent should Ins**. meal teyt hf Imutatlea tree w candle For this mime
D. Redd; rice-preildent, B. C. should not be pulled ruses heir us*, should be enoottraged. INTHCU.S,
Murphy; secretary S. A. King. from place to placeby ..
mean of the supply cord lest the When it la neeeaaarr to wan appliances e
The committee on public improve- a Plasma's Masher
wire connection be broken. Do not make sun" that they. are Juste art.. susas
ment consists ot W. D. Home, Joe
bang the pad on a hook la a closetby disconnected from the circuit, and 1 find sad watt W
Burton, W. M. Bradley, R. T. Jackson mean of tile cord. Keep the orlf- take care to keep the electrical Poem to mtam46..mtad
and W. A. King. The publication Inal container to protect till pad parts drr.Eleetrtra.1. Maker".
and program committee Is when It la not> in us. The practice toy. like ell other electrical
ot vital importance and the members of sticking safety plni through a pad device, are sate If they are e
are O. I. Gault Ceo Reynolds to bold It In place should b* avoided well made and kept la good condition
because pins arertlkely to> make contact but It la evident that the lame
and J. V. Umphrey. The time and
with the heating element This careful treatment' must be exercised:
place of the meeting wa fixed for would make the pin "aU YO" which with these devices Intended for con '
the Baptist Church the tint Mon- might constitute a shock hasard. It nection to the house circuit ai with A Trial ':
day night of each month and the la Important to leo that fabric cor the regular household appllancea.
Ladle Improvement Society 1* to dry.In- Parent should subject electrical
furnish the supplies ." fants. ton to a careful inspection from Means 'i
using heating pale should be at time to time to lee that they are
."The Rain or Shine Club met tended. In good order. Attention should b* 1 tIe
on Wednesday at the home of Mr. The precaution regarding keeping: given to> the condition of the cord, 4 '1
Lee Lehman at Florida City beating pads dry appllea to aU appliances particularly It these are of a substandard A CustomerAT
Mr. Lehman' guest were Mesdames ao far aa the beating el",- variety and do not carry
Claude Robinson, Turnage, menu are concerned.> When tie the Underwriter label.
Skill and the Misses Othelta and electrical Insulation of an appliance There la one precaution to be observed -
become wet. Its effectiveness la In lighting Christina tree !
Lena ruch and Elizabeth Skill.
with electric If the molded
greatly reduced because water la a lamp
-"'A surprise party In honor ot conductor of electricity. It la evident insulating material, of which the COt"'.. tree lamp@ do not lit well
Boy Nyrick was given at the home that appliances should not be email lamp locket are made does ,In t. It may b. prslble toe tinsel
.r e. metal' decors tlsns to make ..... DRIG6ER8Service
ot Eunice Nixon on Tuesday veiling. immerged In water ao that their not extend far enough beyond the tact between two sockets and sass. a
." electric part become aoaked. I end of the metal screw-sheila, the short eirswt

-"John Booth hat purchased Station

through the t B Matthew agency Movement Started by St. AugustineTo initial step toward a similar program -
the D Davis property back of the fc>r the entire state, par- s. Krome Ave. and Third ,St

M. E. Church." Preserve Historic Landmarks Ucularly ti* fortificatioN, missions Phone (litATTENTION '

-"Othella Fuchi leave for her and ancient Indian aite*. This

former home In Milan Tenn., this
be Augustine ....\' .................. ...................................................... ....... ...... .-..
week to about month.
gone a St July 20. (FNS)- of Washington, the federal government -
-"Cecil Hook will go to Stetaon While Mayor Whalen invite us and the city ot St. Augustine -

University* fall to take a fOunt to visit the "World of Tomorrow'' I have been sold on the project
in electrical engineering." and the national trend 1* toward that Is now under way.

..*. r M. Hunt has placed the modernization, while fleet airplanes No city in the nation 1* richerIn !

for a six-room bungalow streamlined train and hJ.torlc.llnten.t than St. Augustine -

I I"M.used a* a hospital, with Ralph speedy motor car attempt to carrya SIte pt a Tlmucuan villageof
." fast-moving world even faster, 1000 year ago, visited. in 1912

M. Duncan, formerly town at least one mayor I* thinking In 1 by Ponce de Leon, founded in 1965

I engineer, has returned from :term ot the past and would turn I there are today 73 monument cl : Avocado and Citrus

' France, and I* now working forHobart back the yean to transform his the paat standing In the city streets
city Into historic national shrine and many of them have not
Crabtree the county InIineer. -
} ." and preserve for all time the ancient changed since the day of Spanish I Growers
landmark and historic gloryof rule. Tort Marion, the old slave
"Nina Sutton will enter Station America' oldest city. market, the cathedral built in 1703,

i University this winter for the With the discovery of an ancient the famed Fountain of Youth, the .

) study of mualc. Indian burial mound on his "Foun- Indian burial ground and the old- ; We are now stockingURAMON
-"Emma Fitch I* visiting her sister Youth est school the better
tain of properties, Mayor are among
I Mrs. Hill In Miami this week." Walter B. Frazier conceived the known landmark

-"Council met in regular session idea of a restoration program that The reiteration of St Augustine '. .
on Monday night, July 21, with the II \
would protect and safeguard hi.clty' under the auspices of the Carnegie ..... ,.." "
. following member present: President -
historic landmark and it
Institution ot Washington,, .
Burton, r 8. Loom, 13.'rMurphy 'ha been largely through his effort will\ give Florida an attraction ol j.. :v A new form of nitrogen that ," .r.t.', ,
J. B. Tower and W. H.
14 that the Qwnegl* Institution'
even greater interest and
hlstopi- "
. well Syke signed L D.petition Clapp, presented-asking that ._' :' _I cal appeal than Wlllianuburg In ; > -does"not leach: from the soil ,,_( _..,

,, Mowry avenue be opened from Homestead Garage ." I Virginia the restoration, Mayor project Fraser will believe be the : x as fast as some Inorganic ,'t, .'

Krome to Flagler avenue. On motion -"The Homestead Growers' Association forms of nitrogen. Ask about
; -
I Df J. B. Tower and aeconded has closed a most remark-: :j ,,

by W. H. Sykes, the petition. wa able aeason. The association is the price of this new form of

endorsed by council .* only two yean old, yet this season I ,
j -"W. J. Clark has the contract for they mad a profit of 120,000, halt i >' plant food.

two building operation, won to be of which wa rebated to the members I
. started in Homeatead. Th Ar- while the other half remain'

mour Fertilizer Co. will erect a I in the treasury a* capital ." I
97 x 80 foot warehouse for their -"Ben Bigger has returned home
local trade, to be built of concrete, I arriving here on Monday Ben : Florida East Coast Fertilizer Ca -

I one tory in height The other wa in the engineering departmentwhile

contract la for an addition to the : In France." I : FRANK B.RUEMGR.



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I give you the satisfaction ot A. \Iehrwlsd Daily Nswsl.p.et.
lasting'' qualities combined ."in dehe sw as Val sd'....._d.mee.Ten.revenge
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I Mrs. Augustus Wynn and ton, JlX and Mrs. A- home this week! after I stay! of '
I Bryan, spent the week-end in tusnei'd Saturday Irbnilmontth's several week In North Carolina Y'1
Hollywood with Mrs. Wynn'i parents vacation spent In Atlanta, HendcrKinviUa I.
: In and Around i Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith. IUd Milieu Ga. Miss Isabel Becker of Mlamtspent 1
:1'; Mr. Wynn spent Sunday there, Tuesday m Florida City ".
I John Graves returned from his
FLORIDA CITYBy vacation on Monday
HomesteadMayor I Miss Esther Livingston left Mrs. W. W. $every
, ;. I Tuesday for a visit In Henderson- Miss Lois Carpenter spent last
Vials week visiting her sister in Miami. 't
.. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler and M
r children left Saturday for Clarks- Mr. and M.-w-W.: Sever and
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds had ton Ga., to visit
relatives. While daughter Warren, were Thursday
and Mrs. T. J. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Christy of as guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. A.a .
they are away Mr. and Mrs. E. B. guests of Mr. and Mrs V. O -Roh-
son. Tommy, and Mf and Mrs. Indianapolis and son, Arthur, returned Chason of Washington, D. C.
Hose will
Carl Deden and son, Carl. Jr., have to their home Monday after occupy their home oa rer of Miami .

returned front a tour of Texas and visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hind- II Caves avenue. Sam Cordelll left'Monday for theveterana'
Mrs. B. I Lyon of Arcadia and
June for week.
Mexico. The party departed man *
hospital at Bay Pines
her daughter, Miss Ethel spent Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hinman
17. The first part of the trip was several days here last week with have returned from a trip to where he will undergo an opera
node by boat from Miami to Gal- Mrs. A. J. Campbell and'dauab.ten
the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Parker.Mr. Charleston S.'C., and the world'sfair tlon.
veston. Misses Jeannette and Annette, In New York. -
left Tuesday for a visit in Wades- Mrs. S. & Shields spent the ",

. Mr. and Mrs. Laban K. Bishop, boro, N. C. and Mrs. Herbert Turner Mrs. C. G. Nelson will leave on week-end visiting. her eon and I
\ :r., have returned from a 5,000- and son, Herbert, Jr.. left Sun- Thursday for a visit to her old daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
mlle automobile trip through I Fred Moore of Atlanta Is expected I day for a visit In Baltimore. They home In Indiana. She will make Stuart Shields, in Miami.
eastern states and southern Can, today for a visit with Mr. were accompanied as far as Virginia the trip North with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cacula-returned Friday t
ada. Points of interest they visited and Mrs. Ceo. Polk. by their cousins, Miss Jewel Dave Kufeldt and Mrs. Dan Rob- from Buford, N. C.
included the world's fair, the Turner and Jack Turner. erta of Redland who will visit In

United States Military Academy at Dr. M. H. Kenderlck who visited Chicago. J. A. Sevel7-.pent several days
9 West Point, Niagara Falls and here with his brother-in-law and Mr and Mrs. James I. Coker In Miami this week visiting rela
Washington. sister Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mills, have returned after a month's stayat 1 Roger Snow left Friday to attend tives.
the O. R. C. camp at Fort
len on July 13 for Jeney City Springs Bragg, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. David Frederick, where he will be house surgeon
Sr., left Thursday for a trip to of the Jersey City Medical Center. Miss Hazel Sullivan has returned Mrs. E. Crowson; ; left Friday to
Washington, P. C.. New York, from a two-week vacation in Citrs attend the world's fair in New Cafe T TI
Chicago and Wisconsin. Their Mrs '1". M. Torbert of Goulds and Ocala York.
daughter, Miss Ruth, accompaniedthem and her daughters, Teeny and
Mrs-. doors north ef city ball
Mr. and Carmine and
as far as Jacksonville where Kinard and
Betty are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. R R.
she will visit her sinter, Miss Leah. Mr. and Sirs J. R. Brooks. son returned Tuesday from a trip son Raymond moved Into the HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
which Brocket cottage on Tenth street
through the state during
Mr. and Mrs. J. B'. Sharpe of Mr. and Mrs. Orris Hall left they visited Mrs. Klnard mother last week. Regular dinner ...... 50c

Henderson, Texas, are visiting Friday for their home In Cullman. Mrs. Julia Slarbird In Apopka The Ladies' Aid of the Commu- Plate lunch ............ 35c
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk and Mr. Ala., after a visit with Mrs. M. P. and Mr. Klnard's parents, Mr. and nity Church sponsored a get-to-
and Mrs. Harry Cooper. Wollam. Mrs. R. R. Kinard, in Crescent' guther social Thursday evening Mite Ruth Steffanl and Mrs.

City. A nephew, Merton Rauler-I'at the city ball. Florence Kerrado, Prolll.I .
Mrs Eva Collins returned to her Mrs Annie R. Butler will leave son of Apopka, returned with '
home; Tuesday from Miami where for North Carolina Sunday. them for a visit here. Wm. :Angelint returned to his
has been --- --
she for the past three I
r' weeks since her removal from
; University hospital where she
. underwent a major operation.

Mrs. A. A. Payne, her daughter.
Miss Emily, and son, William, left
Wednesday for Baltimore. Later
; A they will join Miss Elinor, MrsPayne's .
, t: -..other-daughter, In New

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Miss Ruth Ferguson of Tarpon
Springs Is spending the week with
Miss Margaret Berger who Is her
roommate at Florida State College
for Women In Tallahassee. On
Wednesday Miss Berger took her
Coral Cables for ice skat
Pauline Nolan and Miss
\ Mary1" Reynolds of Miami spent
'. Tuesday at the Berger home and
Gene Hill of Little River was a
Thursday guest
,) Dr., and Mrs. A. M Logan re-
turned Saturday from a visit in
Elberton, Oa., Hendenonville and
Plant City.

Mr<. J. E. none has been In the
Post Graduate hospital for medical I

treatment since Monday. .
Mrn'and Mrs. Wm. Allan Kis- ;
sam returned Monday from their
honeymoon trip through the state i
Mrs. Klssam is the former Miss
Annie; May Booth. I

Mrs G o. Polk-returned Saturday I

from a visit In Nashville. I asrKt
rfn ,, t
Mrs*. Frank Rue and sons HarT I
Vey and Paul and Mrs Mabelle
Rue returned Friday from a trip
to Stamford Conn. and the New 0
York world's fair. Mrs Mabelle
Rue flatted also In Heightstown,

Mr- and Mrs.-8. J. Nason of A Sound Investment in Comfort and SecurityA

Lake Wales who are on a vacation
trip visited the Leader-Enterprise

.Wednesday. Mr.Nason Is connected home of your own is no longer an extravagance Homes can be remodeled, too-with FIIA Insured
with the Brice. Printing Co. of in comfort Modernization Loans. These loans are
take Wales. but a sound*investment- as ;

well as security. being made for home, farm and business i'

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sullivan and Insured Loans up to $3,400 may finance as much property. Lots of comfort can be built into an

and their Evelyn two daughters, returned, Julia.Friday Frances after as 90 per cent of the total appraised value of the old home: new floors, new plumbing, lighting,

pending a month at Salt Springs house and grounds. The interest rate is limited rooms redecorated or the house Itself can be t

:;. fir by law. Monthly payments are figured to suit remodeled: rooms enlarged or added, a porch

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Keen of individual income. Very much like paying rent built, a new wing. Payments are made month- ,
Miami and their children ;June..
I Patricia and Claudia, were guests oo. except that the monthly payments make you Iy- suited to income, over a conveniently long

01 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson the OWNER of your home. pejlod.' Consult us for details and help.
Thursday evening. Mr. Keen attended -
the W. O. W. district meetIng -

Dr.while and here.Mrs. M. A. Berger and< BROOKERHOMESTEAD LUMBtR: CO.PHONE

daughter Miss Margaret Berger,
spent last -eCleenrallllr. in Tampa and 62r.
Marge" pitched fort FLA.

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II Fwagon Social "Euetiis r'p in South Dade It III .1



-- Homestead Friday bringing

mil eerewenf which united Markowltz Mr. and Mn. Sam him Pride, the former Mia Both I Dr, and Mr*. Frank Hausmanon Mrs Lehman.
Miss Ida Engler and Sw Specter Resnick, Mr. and Mr*. Nate Mart Clark of Orange City, Fla. r Tuesday evening entertained Mrs Hausmaa was assisted by
In marriage was performed at 4 owltz, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert May; The marriage took place ,la the a t the lifer of a series of parties to her daughters Mrs. C Uaglec Ries
o'clock Saturday afternoon by all of Miami; and Paul Loaner of county court house at DeLand; onThe b. given In honor of their guests, and Miss Bertha NiU Hausman

Justice of the Peace S. L. Kendrick Homestead. July a- Mn. Hausman'i nephew and nlec* and by Mn. W. B. Mills, Mrs Pat.
at his office In the Homestead Rabbi Shapiro will pronounce bride U a daughter of Mrs. Prof and Mrs, E S. Shelry who man and Mrs. Lehman.
Odd Fellows building. religious ceremony of marring; Clifton Clark of Orangeburg S. C. returned last fait from Istanbul. The guests included: Mr.. and
Plan to. keep the marriage over the young couple next Tues She was born in Orangeburg and Turkey, where Professor Shelry Mrs. Julian H. Webster, Mr, and
secret in order to surprise relatives day night in Miami. Following was graduated from high school in had taught civil engineering In Mrs. Bevo Webb Dr, and Mrs. A.
end friends in Miami wee the civil riles Saturday a midnight DeLand. Roberta College Toe aeveral years. M. Logan Mr and Mrs. ParmanL:;
unsuccessful Th surwleer were betrothal-reception was held at The bridegroom who was educated This pact school'yeas' he served asen' Mr. and Mn. Rice, Mr ,end Mrs.
.surprised when they returned the home o( the bride' parents : in Fort Myen baa been In I II I exchange professor, and next Mills Mr and Mn. Lehman, Me.
art** soon Saturday from an 1931 S V, Eleventh street, Miami, I Homestead for the past four :rean.i year he will be- head of the civil and Mrs, Htndman, Mr. and Mrs":
eleventh hour trip to Miami for a at which. Mr. and. Mrs. Specter i They are at present staying at engineering department at Cooper Oeo. p. Wakefield, Mrs. A. A,
marriage license to find the bride's were presented with* gift of$1,000 the Butler House, Union Institute In Now York. Payne and Miss Hausman
family and friends of both Visiting by the bride's father a* the tint
High score prises In bridge were Miss Bertha Nill HalWNn,wUl
toward horn which thenewlyweds
her to accompany them to tII.Pla&attaw' payment a EPISCOPALIANS TO HAVE
H_ won by Mn. B. M. Htndman and give a tea at her borne on South
\ office, plan to build in PICNIC NEXT THVRSDAXTh (
LM Lehman second prlaes, by Krome
: avenue this afternoon at
stead. of St John'
picnic Episcopal
Present to witness the exchange Mr* C. J. Parman and Geo. N. 4:30: o'clock In honor of Professorand
cf the marriage vow were: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Specter came here Church which was to have Wakefield; and low score prize, by Mn, Shelry. "
and tin. Jake Engler parent of, several weeks ago a* proprietor been given yesterday will be held I I

the bride. and Miss Mollie Engler,I and secretary, respectively of a next Thursday. .
her sister Rabbi and Mn. Max I 1 I'new plumbing firm which bean The picnickers will meet at the TO MAKE SCRAP BOOKS Walker Mrs. A. M. Logan Miss
Shapiro, Mr. and !Mrs. Harry I Mr. Specter' name, church at 3 o'clock in the after !i i FOR BEGINNERS' CLASS I Betty Bowen. Miss Melba Sever
noon. The location of the picnic I The Jennie Lobdell Circle of the and Miss :Pearl Whltaicer.
I II will not be announced t until the i W. M. S. will hold an all-day meeting -I
I MRS. MILLS AND MISS ALTA WEBSTER start la made. I' at the home of Mn J. L. Bal-,I HOWARD LAMB WIN PRIZE

I ENTERTAIN FOR OUT-OF-TOWN GIRLS I Those attending have been requested lard Monday to make scrap books AT a P. W. C. BENEFIT PARTY
to bring swimming suits for the beginner department of Howard Lamb won the high
-- and lunch and to have plenty of the Homestead Methodist Sunday; I I score prize at the Business and
A luncheon and bridge party favors. gasoline In the automobile tanki.F. I school Professional Women's Club benefit
Friday afternoon ind a bridge and Present were: Miss Betty Blake,I card party Wednesday night InHospitality
Miss Phyllis Farman Milt Mary JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB HAS I
Chines checker party Friday evening L T. CLUB TO BUT House. Mrs. frank
Frances Arthur, Miss Virginia BANQUET ROOM CHAIRS DINNER MEETINGThe I Belts won the second prize: ;
were given for two out-of- frick, Mist Harper, Miss Bush The F. L. T..Club decided at its I social meeting of the Junior Charles Clinton third prize; and
town visitors, Miss Eleanor Kendrick Miss Watkins, Miss Kendrick and meeting Tuesday night at the I Woman's Club was held in the Mrs. Lamb, the low score prize.
of Luverne Ala., who Is visiting Miss Webster.Mr. home of Mr. H. B. Beattie to purchase I form of a dinner at the Cozy Diner The next party will be held
Mr. and Mrs W. B. Mills, her and Mrs. Mllla gave the evening chairs far the banquet room Monday night After dinner bingo Wednesday; evening at 8 o'clock!
brother-in-law and sister, and Miss party at their home on Kings of the I. O. a F hall with money'was enjoyed at the Woman's Club
Mary Catherine Watkins who left Highway.; earned by giving a chicken dinner building Prlits were given the
lor her horn In Hattieaburf, Miss. Present beside the host, hostess several weeks ago. j winners. The hostesses were Mrt Evelyn Cooke Attend
after a visit with Mr. and Mn.Bevo and honor guests were: Mill Par- A definite date has not been set W. B. CaVil Jr. Mrs. Richard Huff New York Normal School
Webb, her uncle and aunt man. Milt Webster, Miss Bush for the August meeting but it will and Mill Ellen Hurt.
Mil Alta Webster gave the Misses Betty; and Edna Nell Rich- be held at the home of Mrs. Florence "' The next meeting will be a )usl Evelyn Coqke of the Evelyn
bridge luncheon it her home on ards, Miss Arthur, Miss Barbara
Pac tU. ness meeting MX August 7. Cooke Studio of Dancing, which
North Krom avenu Miss Ce- Done Miss Fries Dr. Robert w.ww_._.""._.......ww H uw.w_ Others present were: Mrs. Augustus has classes In Hospitality House
celia Harper wa the high score Crow, Charles Xlchenbarger, Hon Wynn. Mrs. Rudolph Matt. Mondays and Thursdays, has
In bridge and Mill Nina Pearl ace Richter John Frederick Rob- The son, Mrs. Harold Oxford Mrs New York to attend the dancing lODeto
Bush, the high score In Chines I ert Gamens, Douglas Tower, Eel Calendar:1 ,
Robert Glenn, Jr. Mrs. R E. Sher. teachers' normal school for (
;::;; out
shockers Pacettl, Edwin Lawrence Marvin July ard, Mrs. Poses Ennls!: Mrs. Claude weeks. "
Handkerchief were given as Prltchard and John Wbltchard. Ing In Neva King Cooper Schoolat Campbell Mrs. Stanley Wittkop,I Classes will be resumed about
2:34 o'clock. (Mrs. J. D. Perkins Mrs. T. J. the middle of August.
IIISl MARGARET BSRGER member to report .What Women July at-All-day meeting of, -

GIVES BUFFET SUPPER I Are Doing to Prepare for War" a' 'Jennie Lobdell Circle with Mn. Uy, ..aM- itMii orna t.. ., "'Cl J'I'
J. L. Ballard.
the next mains, Aug. 1.
Milt Margaret Berger enter.I Members were asked to bring In July ST.-a. P. W. C. card party.
talned the Dr. Pepper diamondball; shoes and clothing to be given to In Hospitality House at S p. m, THE DIXIE DRUG
team of Miami Beach at a buffet
needy families In the district Aug. 1.-Business meeting :>f I' I
upper at her horn Wtdnesduyevening1. ,

Those attending were: Mr. and THREE W. M. S. CIRCLES Aug. 3.-W. M. U. circle meet.I Phones 10 and 8101 Homestead Fla.

Mrs. Wm. Jones Mr and Mn. HOLD JOINT MEETING Ings. W !5''
A joint meeting of the Molly Aug. | Episcopal Auxiliary
Gen Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I
Love, Miss Paulette Nolan Miss I Wlngate, the Pearl Davis and the luncheon'and food sale.
Francis Sloan. Mis Mary Reyv Marion Fleltaa. W. M. S. circles Aug. 7. Meeting of Junior ELECTREX
molds, Miss Marlon Woods, L,f>wu held daxa'ternoon in the .Club.
Aug T-Meeting o( Homestead
Sunday school building of the TOASTER
DeHay, Tommy Moore and A, B. P. W. C. I IAui.
Methodist Church
4 Miss Helen Livingston of the 12.-W. M. V meeting in lab a$ popto lire thew tenter
church. ee weuGeea iw early bnaa.b .r
Pearl Day! Circle conducted
lP.: W. C. HAs PROGRAM several Aug. 13.-Joint meeting t f W ....l. o. oih' Polished Nikkei doom
ON AIR fcibl* ajuUses fnd other eontesta. ) III bread ... U""I.rj".r'
RAID UINa&PrePlU'lltlona : M. & circles, .etoraehe .114"
A Bible rela/ race was I "'.,...... A Io..i..
mad by European played. Mn. J. J. Richards tC
nations to keep achuol children the Marlon Mettle* Curie conducted WDY." Leonard I W. H asking Only 79/

and horn groups sat In case of air the devotlonahh. ......//.l.. h, InGLASSES*.. itniitiM I
raids formed the them of Monday The next meeting, It was. announced flltl.. end ......... .,
Ight-a meeting of Homestead will be a business meeting I I IussJ

r B.program P. W. C chairman, Mrs. *, t asked, Hamnet each on on August August 1 l\and a.social mttng M*C..es.e.b I*. B. ...a4. a *. fa SIt Y' 1

IL Convenient orp 4r 4w 4

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Hospitality House will be closed for four Weeks II SODA

while Mrs. Cooke attends the dancing teachers'J

normal school I II Ii ..eTee
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hrmaM.a Wave ICs
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(!d"/ :1 J: .4 all mass W* r.oorsaeedShelton u Thw We""solos iNN s..A. m
1 Thermlqne CroQulgnole .N daft Yoe d..W he..Caftan.
wan be. .rd drv.e wow
Wave tOnOd VI a"w.q..N sense lies r lor AM"""no
"A BEAUTY SEC ...d ?..criedp.u.CI.b a.r ann.I .
Led sa.p. Tl.n MwlMll CMSLICE'S '4aatef so" waft
bar learned when, .w1.e
mart women
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Friday, July 21, 1939

uuj will e n an independent MvertisiBg .
; carry
M W3i.ITIF I campaign urging ia a* )

! 2r r ""Tomatoes of TomorrowPampered 1 j Florida Persian times m ewktng ,,

i HOVE TO BOOST Each of the companies will fetttirerecjpes .J
j / calling for the use of lima
)lEBEICAI1 Like Babies in their home demonstrationrooms
t '" 1 SALESOTCITRUS and cooking,
Dr. Irene hanklln\ noble grand, way said.

tt Liberty Kebekah Lodge, an- I Utilities participating art the

I' Bounced the following committeeappointments I Orlando, ,July IOFNS) Responding Florida Power and Light Company,

for the next six: to .n appeal to florid Florida Public Service Corpora 7
months at Monday nights meeting -
i Lion Florida Power
Grower for eld tn moving heavy
to the I. O. O. F. hall: finance and the Tampa Electri Company
Kirs. R. G. Moon, Mrs I. P. Mc- surplus coop of Persian limes, Additional aid in the drive will "

Lean Mrs Florence Pacetti; mem- 9 Florida chain stone and public be sought through an Appeal by

bership, Mrs Anna Metsersmitlt, utilities. have .opened an intensive I the Chain Store Association to independent

Mrs. Moon and Mrs McLean; vII statewide advertising campaign merchants -in the state,

lUng Mrs Blanche Chapman Mrs 1 designed 4o increase talc of the Mr Treadway declared.
O. C. Radford Mrs E. S. Caplinger citrus In local markcta

and Dr. Shanklln; entertainment, s ati Inauguration at the joint campaign -

firs R .W. Mullins, Mrs H. B. v waa announced by C. B.Treadway The aaapectoc r-tIIJM Ylewpsld who had just *e.
Seattle and Mrs W. D. Mahan; managing director of
turawdtram the late At ..... waamaaaMng
end publicity, Mrs Seattle the Florida Chain Store Association. -
the girls' teas ka gaeFraphy.
It was 'announced /pet next
Faced with slump In .
Monday Mrs Barbara Hendry wO What bland
4aU Use
the lima market due to as early
make her official visit to the lodge these ss .tf the Mullah coast
aurpltai Jmought on .by
= season
for the purpose of Installing those t a..r4 heavy 'rains and cool-weather in which, from Its name, ran would
officers who were not Installed. of
Judge to ba Inhabited by people
I Northern *iarke kng otIHIW.. lime
several weeks ago aIn grower of bout central and the maw IlK only?"

Southern Tlorlda appealed to the "Please air," said a little girl

ALT.\80ClETYTALU Chain Store Association for aid tn "the Sicily I ..."-MonU l Star.
creating a local market for their
The Altar Society of Sacred Mother: "Your bands are clean
product Treadway
Heart Catholic Church discussed today, for a change. How come,
Executives of the four power
plans for a bazaar to "be held In ,Johnny!
companies In the state offered aid
the fall at a meeting in the Johnny: "I been pnctictn'whlstlln'
of their concern In the emergency -
Wednesday. with my fingers, MamaPIsland
church's clubhouse I
following appeal by
Mrs Charles Pope presided Others -
growers to the association, the director
present were Mrs C. S. Schmidt, said. The drive will con-
Mrs Frank Oriflcl. Mrs Clark THE J t o'llda,
tinue through July and August,
Roberta Mrs T. B. Veasey and .
I according to present plansMembers
Miss Elmeda Roberts. of the association will. OLE

(I feature Persian limes In all advertising '4fe+
MISS HELEN PARKER a eeetlon of the ehemtailture\ i during the campaign '"ay .too i
ENTERTAINS FOR GUEST garden at tile New York World's
while individual food, drug and
Miss Helen Parker entertained Fair tomato planta are grown In variety stores of each member ,..et
,water without the aid of soil. Clifford
of friends In honor of her
a group Ktans chemist wh acts as I chain will create displays of tin
"house guest, Miss Evelyn Gribble :,their' nurnmald la shown chocking fruit. furnish consumers with l i9r'i' t
of Avon Park, at the home of her the official' feeding chart. At right recipes in which limes are featured >-lzw oo

parents, the Rev. and Mrs W. J. I III shown a few of the growing display posters and '"Push" _
Parker, on July 13 Games were plants which yield as many aa *8 the sale of limes in every psssiblt
enjoyed during the evening ,tomatoes Oil each vine.WHAT manner.

Present were: Miss Louise I Meanwhile, the four utilities LIE'S
Barnes, Miss Gribble, Miss Parker, ( farming will be In the JACKS
Edward Kirby, Willard Barnes, V I" world of tomorrow presents anew LEADING HOTEL

James Frame. and Mr. and ,' thought to visitors viewing tbe which tier ordinarily would gel I ,. ,.
cultivated without at nor .a. a
tomato planta
,bugs There Is a constant tan E'oq
Parker the use of soil In the Kolas from of this nutrient solution Into the NEW G. BALL P-W hose .s 6101,111.excess ft 60
MI'I'I Dom at the New York Worldsfair. jars because plants choose SUMMER
Mrs Geo. W. Turner, Jr.. growing the physical and chemical properties NOTARY PUBLIC COMFORT s:r wd.bass

"Lloyd Dens Miss Alice This type of leI.nUlIo'lardeDIn, of the solutions In watch they me was...
,. and Misses Helen and Esther la known as cheat-culture. The grow r.eaed r..dm idled& sear Sad
ingston attended a LIV.1 plants la these jars wars raised This renewal Is accomplished Fire Insurance and .at m.w.w..,a...sad a.eeerorut.oa

eight" meeting of Biscayne Chap. from special' pedigreed, tomato automatically About two quarts
eods. They besr continuouslyover are used by each plant every 11 I
Lines raictn
ter of the O. E. S. Monday nightIn 1 period of method Kindred
a relatively long hours The advantage this end
Miami. Miss Macomber served time and yield a large crop of line, of experimental: gardening Is that COCKTAIL LOUNGE
us worthy matron'American I luscious* fruit considerably morethan the plants are supplied with the I COFFEE SHOP
the average garden varietyThe mineral nutrients In scientifically $5 N. Krome Ave.
I plants In some of the jan controlled amounts, and the effects I 0_A a. r.we ama
Boy Magazinet 1 which have attained a height of of varying the quantities of tbe ......"' _.,'"'_-ems .'"...-

Companion to Thousands tram six to seven feet are held minerals can be studied. .
1't place by pun white sand wlta- : Although cheml-culture Is not a I

i 1 Huhdreds! of thousands; ; of boys' .( Beside any lolL each growing jar Is the I' type commercial ol laboratory production research method takes this a Men Are Getting Quicker

and young men read The AMERICAN nutrient solution tank OB a pedes healthy peak at the "Tomato of Everywhere ,
I i BOY Magazine every month tai Those tank contain all the Tomorrow." This so-called dlrtless
and consider It more as a living \mineral element Beaded by the farming has been under experimentover More Refreshing Shaves With This NewWhata
than magazine plants dissolved\ distilled water 100 years but It was not inttt
companion as a
The plants In this way get all theminerals recently that It came to tat attention
"Its as much a buddy to me as ', they need for growth of tbe general public.
'my neighborhood chum," writes

one AMERICAN high school BOY seems senior to understand "THE- I boys who do not read it I III ow rate of $52.50 has been si. 0@I

, : I ranged by the Florida State Pm
and Trained}writers and artists,famous
a boy's problems considers |I
and desiring 1to
s them In such a sympathetic coaches and athletes, explorers, J Association anyone .
i I' In''! on the party can make appliesIon
successful de
; i and helpful way. It gives advice scientist and men
with j t through his local newspape
and entertaining reading on every business and industry Join

subject in which n young fellow IsInterested. an experienced staff to produce In I

f It Is particularly helpful i I THE AMERICAN BOY, the sort et

in sports I made our school reading matter boys like best I I DR.II.S.AKERS

basketball team because of playing THE AMERICAN BOY sell oral!

tips I read in THE AMERICAN most newsstands at 15o a copy i: At Price !

BOY" I It I Subscription prices are $180 for PENT1ST'

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Ii.( Page Ten THE EEADEB-ENTERPRISB .' .::.J'ridaf.JiJy: .21,1039.; ...

" ," SUtftypoltege j' Miss chwltneyer .
t STATE BUILDING, B 'fI( 4 ANfflG:.DAY'; :' SCIIWALMEYER taught at Summerliix..Institute Ut

NAMED IN HONOR 0 -R'., "., ". K. irrtn.Fish:; ,. ..."I ; WILL PROVIDES- was Bartow born and InJR Tennessee hmond; ... She I

DJeera.j'Goat It"i: iFAL lf'1f:1 (1 l r .

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-- :! We feel there Is too much tradition attached to housework. Washen Dr. R. Elliott
, '/ Tallahauer. July 20.-Honor to )londay.lroll on Tuesday, clean on Wednesday, and bake on Saturday Tallahassee, July 20,-Loan
'" is still the custom in many a household. ...
the memory of the late Attorney 'There scholarships to the extent of $2,500 CHIROPRACTOR
D. Landla wan This was necessary before the days of modern appliances.
General Cary will be available for
! Florida
'1 the onl Home Eldf.
when the broom was Homestead
was some reason for a cleaning day from r.I
the past week-end by thee !
paid lag tool. Then furniture had to be covered State College students as the result -
{ state board of control as It named I dust. It took time and strength to sweep the carpet,
of a bequest left the late
{ 1 the new dormitory under construe- and the dust bad to be given time to settle again before by
I d> teen at Florida State College the | a room could be used. Miss Maude Schwalmeyer, veteran .

;i f' : "Gary D. Landii Hall. I The carpet _per, vacuum cleaner and other teacher of the state college, who e TTfTTyfTTTTtTTTTTTTTT1EXPERT" ,e
, The residence hall which ii being modern cleaning tools have changed all that. Sweep. died in 1937.
M constructed at the cost of approximately [ ing and dusting can 'be a pan of the dally routine. This sum waa left In cash to
. i And they shoulbel Then the work becomes a matte
J' $421,000 Is the larger Alpha Delta Chapter of Kappa
of minutes each day Instead of hours of work all piled
| { ever built at the state college Delta PI national
} Into one day. Your house will always be In order you educational honorary -
r ; I accommodating about 375 student will not be worn out and your family. will be delighted society at Florida State College -
v ," and la also the most modernly to escape the unpleasant: domestic upheaval which is with no stipulation aa toits BARBERINGHAIRCUT
\ i equipped. It is being built as a a part of the old-fuhloned cleaning day. The same use The society has decided to
J PWA project and U expected to be'I taneansn, 'sneses. ,rInciple applies te washing, baking and other bouse use the entire amount for loan

i ready for occupancy by the openIng ee4 HtHfI.. bold taIb scholarships In sums of $100 and .. 40c
: of the fall term September U. 1-- We know this to be so because we have proved It $200 each. ??
'I } This action was done "In token In conjunction with oar testing work at Good Housekeeping Institute, Approximately $300 will belied SHAMPOO 40c
-' of the board's appreciation of the we are eonstaotli studying and developing ways of using 'many members kinds this fall for the loans which will
i better advantage. What's more oar testing
': i; > outstanding service rendered by ef take product their own medicine by using IB their own homes the. methods they be available to "worthy juniors MASSAGE ...... OBUSH'S <;
' I Mr. Landla for the cause of higher develop, to find out if they are practical and effective. and seniors of high scholarship"
: education In the state of Florida 1 enrolled In the achool of educa-
t I
; during his l entire residence In &t ,_ Map Out TOM Day 0 tion and each year thereafter alike
11 this state but more especially so amount will be obtainable in
work plan or schedule Is a Wg help. Start
will and that simple
Tea a
,i ? during the time he served as attorney special tasks to dUfari sums which must be paid back
I with Monday and mat out such a plan assigning
) ., general of Florida and as a ant days. Then stick religiously to your errd. forget to Include not later than two or three years. BARBER,
1 j member of the state board of education -i hours for leisure,too.Here Is an example, of for Monday.' Miss Schwalmeyer, known to
| ) ," stated J. T. Diamond I I II hundreds of Florida's teachers at
board of control secretary, who MorningPrepare Afternoon "Miss Maude," had been connected SHOP
t made the announcement. with Florida State College
breakfaatChildren Take clothes from line
I and clear
I I Other men for whom buildings away since If 12. In 1935 she was made ,
school fold and put away those '
: off to
have been named at Florida State an honorary member of Kappa
College Include James D. West' Marketing plans or ordering ('phone) that need little or no Delta Pi for recognition of ,her N. KKOME AVE., ,1e
, ; cott, one of Florida's prominent Wash twe loads of clothes Ironing. "outstanding achievement In the
Jurists and one of the college's Put bedrooms and bathrooma In order field of primary education." ,
I' chief benefactors, for whom the Put downstairs In order Free time Before coming_ to F'o'Id n...A .uuue..I A uu.u
administration building is named; Prepare and clear away luncheon and tidy -
, Senator W. J. Bryan, Governor N. kitchen Dinner
, B. Broward and Governor A. W. *The special task for this day.: '
Gilchrlst for whom Bryan. Browt .I C. H.DENBYOsteopathic I :: '
; aid and GMchrlst I'n; ;;;;; d I DR. .
, buildings at the state college;The: close to $100,000, following an explosion
i respectively. II building U being constructed lit a of unknown origin In s
I The new dormitory will bring I U-ahape with the main section 200 local grocery store. Physician ;
the), campus housing capacity to I II I feet long and the wings 100 feet ,, 'J J il
I about 1,480 students, which la still and Includes five'stories and a STRIKE CLOSES LAUNDRIES
, 5 several hundred short of the total baaement Twenty-four Tampa laundry
4 winter enrollment of approximately and dry cleaning establishmentsclosed Phone 39Homestead '
, 1,873 students. It is of concrete; $100,000 FIRE AT MAYO their doors this weep *. '{,
brick and stet construction and I One of the worst fires in tht pending settlement of a strike Fla.
Is being erected adjacent to Gll- town's history occurred at Mayo called last week by workers demanding .
: christ hall. It Ii of English Tudor[last week,when six buildings were union recognition and (Over Brown's Drug Store) '
I ,, architecture 'In keeping with other(destroyed at an estimated loss of closed shop. I

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1 t a 2-Acre Homesite in I II

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: the Northeast Edge of Homestead 'i:

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IN HOME ACRES you will pay only state and county taxes-and with the state home- i

stead exemption to a value of $5,000 your tax obligation will be a neglible amount.

t You who anticipate building right away should study the location of Home Acres .

as a site for your new home. It is bounded on the south by Eighth street"on the north by

Kings Highway, on the ,west by Tennessee road, and on the east. by, Farm Life'road., Let .=, i

me show you these desirable, close-in tracts. .

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t July 21. 1939 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

cThe Churches Ii IiL CLASSIFIED, ADS I

tATE: J'lnt Insertion 10 5.< a a Hoe line; IIbllquentDIertlo *

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CHURCHMISTSADDer r Pram. aatsag Wodnl.d.6 .soslea --

BAPTIST i. E. jotm-ton" pro I Tile paINCETON-Tho p. .. ..... t. P. II l FOR RENTFOR 1 FOR SALE Tropical plant fruit. dU la

Mkaol at I iM .. n>. I praach.IMaiTsT.andi _..... floating aeknol tt Ii4l. c-\\ rut trees and troplcn l
.i4l ... sad ItM r Grove Xdlao4
,10 Po... ; B. f.t.v. t I a. p season. Jungle ,
aanloM Wadaaauyat I awMlna- .:. Pouas pwnkVi w.eemna RENT-rurnlshwl two bedroom .
Jit M P.m. fray*? road and Plummetdylve
I at a,18. Pram mania WadtMHUuF at '
( JIll .. ". 7.0p.a. I Bl JLBHSK GORDON house. also furnished
I COVLWS'-Th Rer. Noah Friction, two. I apartment Reasonable. e a tAll BUY at Shanklln Variety -
Sunday .ckool at 10 a. m j praarhlnaa. EPISCOPAL "TO prtvent copper Personal, man.I SEE AND
'u a. m. Bud ".. P. ".i B. t. P. u. .t bowt, hinges, tie. from staining conveniences. Reduction to Grove West Florida City. -

p. Plural *..*.* 'i so ,. v I 'T. 10R"'II-I..t_ HoatMUadl t Imnd the arrow Rm. ..amiFirank PBUckfonl II surfaces around thtm give the metal right party by the year. Eva (aTtf);

Mror.. Hay ..aimuiik. at 7,10 a coating of thin spar varolah. Collins, Biscayne drive end Federal -
CATHOLIC and II a. m.: Sunday Hkoal at ,,10. With screen, lake cart to keep Highway. -
a mean from filling up. Apply the varnish MISCELLANEOUSRENT
with piece carpeting
t Sanaa awnu. HomaMaidl the Rv.i for rtnt'.
mw at lightly. GOOD, roomy apt. YOUR HOUSEfurnishedor
am.i Cloonan pastorsundy dally BOMIRTIAD TM' Rn. J. I. Hlckard.faitor. .. with reasonable) rate.
146 Varnish I* Impractical cop Private bath
.. ,. I have year
Ui unfurnished.
.' luadwr aekaol at a.
L ay.i Communion arkool lunday for following wom a the I .lark firsttmdor pn.ckJunior .. at 11 .. a. and 1 8IK ,. ... per gutter*, leaden and lariilnga.. Ask Western Union. (mUtf) 'round client Benjamin W.
m.HI Loaded surfaces surrounding luch fixture
s.- and bon. the La ems at iiM Cover
d numth ot aionth.I for men Holy hour Thursday .. tilO p. .... semi.. Lwcua, at tilo ,. M. with malarial which will not Morris, registered real estate
I f cannd bears Sunday fist Friday ot month at 7i4lipTai. ?ranr XMtlna at ItM p. a. W.denay. become permanently affected and FOR RENT-Furnished bungalow broker, N. Kronut ave., next to
MOM tint Friday at 7il a. m. SILVER PAUM-Tk. .... J. r Wallow. from which dlacoloratloit call easily with fireplace, hot water, new Baptist Church. (JulStf)
Blessed Baaraant after ...do..boo! wary Bundiiy at
i .aaillctloB of ta* pastor
( be removed. refrigerator and lUve
10 a. ... j praacblnavrvicca; on flat, UilHtad electric
i* fifth Sundiri at 11 ..m.and 7 too. a. Moat authorities advise na, ot Fruit trees In yard. InquireLeaderEnterprise. Mr. Jernlgn.
pJJ nAN SCIENCE CHURCH PRINCKTON-Th. Rev ,. E, Wallar, whit lead pilot which will not react HOME laundry -
paste; Preaching at I a. m.. Sunday chemically, with the copper 11111Ir 620 & Krome Ave.
FLORIDA CITT-Bro dw ir and Sixth Kkaol at 10.FLORIDA. causing the stains. When discoloration
.Noe. liinday school M till a. a. for CITY COMMUNITY C8l'I'RTbe It Is easily removed uiually
aadar ID years of neat coningscr.t1 _. appears FOR SALE WANTEDTUTORING
M U .'........ tMtlmonl.li Weda..dy *meaning f ImUkm -rhool at Raw I* C.a. m.O.,Nlana.pnarhlay_at 7 ito Church p. ai.MldwMk I washes off during drat bard rainfall
weekwhkb MANOR
and Bible study
and .._1.._ and marks am CbrWties prayna I have plumbing Axed want 20 acres
Q.-How can SALE-Do high
at 1w.REDLAND FOR you WANTED: e-
Sete.,.. s .. .... The public li ordlally >
tovHadtoattand.JOA COMMUNITY CBUFfH-i I so water from faucet will not splaih choice marl fronting south on school and grade school aubjocta
The Kn. C. O. Nlwn. pMlor, Cknnkackool out of basin "A.Trouble la excewlv mile cut of
4'! July tJ.;-Lesson- sermon at tO; praarhlnt al II; EpwonkLMIIM preatura. Have plumber Install pressure Mowry St. two L. Hick- Mr*. K. J. Armstrong, A. B,
"Truth." at 0:00. MMwwk prayan and reducing valve In water pipe at Krome Av .? See Joe Plummer drive and Country

.fl i I topic Bible study Thunder al TIN.PRESBYTERIAN point where It will not affect pressure ion, Naranja. (17-21)) Club road.CLEAN .

CHURCH OF CHRISTI CDURCII.0JllIiIIT.ADK. on branch supplying fardra boa
j) I Valve nay be adjusted to any desired LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for borne Will
....... and N. W. I : ..... museum at N. tits RAGS WANTED -
fHUi OMKITCAIWTint mM. Bible study M I* ....; eomnkm .t_ Tb K... QM H. Rlrk.. ....tor.I premise. good foundation coating cooked food*-cake*, pies, salads, exchange subscription or advertising
Md nwklni itU Bible school at 10 a. a. : praaebln* at II Q.-8ulI.1t .
fellowship etc.r--at Hospitality Jiouse;
.. .. IB., young paopla'i assumes at 7 an p. m. for wax on new Interior wood for clean\ rag Leader.Enterpriav.
IL I July tl.- Sermon subject: Doors, to prevent was being forced I 17 W. Mowry Street .
.': CHURCH OF GOD Into fraln. A.-Mixtures of bait and

OMXITIAD-40 N. W. Fired ......; "Men With VbUon. half high-grade Boor varnish and turpentine If YOUR CAR OR BOAT

11 tic 1In. 0.. Q. Castle, pwtor. luadiurMkod I "You can't see Mr. Bones) ," said ,or half ana half liquid ahellae wastes oil and ...enam'l' wu la the along of Unknown.Lot .
>l Ii4l .. .... praactlln .t 11 .. m.Md and denatured alcohol, make eflaolive Take only 4. Uoaonut Grove worrisome Ontaf,
IM .. .... Junior Y. P. M 11 .klldrtn'tlni the sharp-faced, iharp-tongued I undercoats for wax finish. OVRHAUL. .. th* City af Coral OableJ.. Gnaw atDada.
.. .! f Ilk parwiMf, From >.- woman to the political canvasser it OICMTY Porous ft IM some utot to install, save oil and gal State af Florid. .. ....- af In CepUrinals MM
rAt Hun ... s.a
IM. e .*> ... Widnmdiy.l the door. I I' ....... Si ra.i loill, aa plod. la MJp pea up to 50%" increase eomp..jlion Na under" th*The sold Certificate. lawdWM

| CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE "But madam, I merely wish \to tofva home la plnaiMnc awilnlonano, paMllNa areSIma ate. WriMMr rtatni *- and ipeed. Coat only $3.95P. property la the. urn am of U.k. W.nkNM....... Canto*,

r1 1 lOlinTIAD-Tk* ..... W. 1. '.r.... find out what he belongs to." I ./ IKU p.perJWANT O. Box 215, Princeton. (p.25;) la Lot the I,City CooMUl of Coral Gahtei. County afDad. .
...... .Biul>r Mkoul at *|4I a. ...\ "Well, take a good look at me.i iI'm .. Slat of Florid.. u .b at auto
11. ..... Tka .eer".et
.... No. s
knuklnt .t 11 and too p. m ifc. ADS PAY two lots In
1> K. P. 8. aad Juakira .....li. at Oslo the party he belongs to.-Ex. FOR SALE-Houa on property Ruder th Mid CarUfteat. Mud
\ Florida City. Corner on Eight WM I* the Mm ot Unknown.Lot

b One? .. and Dixie Highway Bargain In tka(,City Cocoa af Carl Grace Gables WarehewM, County Center atDad. ,

Hamiin.Carving Apply J. M.KUnI, Box 8J, Deer. .. State of florid.. M mar*..* la 0...*
| No. ...,. Th. aaiai.ni.nt at Mid
yea. (J8-JO;) Ufkafe
field Fla. leader tic Mid Certificate bawd
Ir property In th same ot U..........
( Modern Lot t, Caaraut Or" WarekeuM canal -
,' Expei Dad. State af Florid.. M dumb rm.ad I. Orllfltata -
lIomest 'ad'l OldestBarber Na. 1'''. Tk ._.....t af ml.proa.rly .
r under th Mid CwtlflMta. kauMlWM

r Shop la the. n>ma of Unknown.Lot .
a. Coconut Grove .1Dad.
they snicker when you atarl In the City of Coral Oablai, County ..

t ,to carve, you'll be comforted 1 b, D. L. BOWEN ., State No. of ta.FlorMa.. Th.M._embraced..... at In Or.Ulttmta saidprpwy

.,these kind word from Max 'O. under the said Certificate bound
In the ..... of Unb..."".
ICulIen.. carving authority. Lot *. Coconut Grove Warehouse Gnu<.
'""*.|"y to learn the right way, and rb I HAIRCUT 40o In the City of Coral Oabl* County of.
P Ci
ombrarrd In '
*",|the right way la the stay was: 4 SHAMPOO 400 1 Dad tlficata, Itat No. of 1X0 Florida Th, M M*..im.nt o< an.dproperty

*says Cullen, who 1* shown at the types MASSAGE 400 under the. Mid Orllfleat* M.dwas
Smith In the name of Unknown.Liit .
right explaining to Pete ,
I AND SANITARY 10, Coconut (5rii>. W r'hou.. Onl.
producer of motion picture Ihorte In the City of Coral Gables, County
r, .bearing hi. name, and Ann Mo I Expert and courteous service. Dade, state of Florida. i. *mbr"rod at In C.Mid.

t trlii the fund. : A trial will be appreciated. tlflrnw property 1 No.under 1141 the The raid.amm.nl Certificate la.d:

-t-nantal of carving s ham, durii, -- I I .... In, the nnm. of Unknown Ontn,

+ {the recent filming of "Calinai I In Lot the II City, Commit"r (r.nniW.whouM oral Gihl*.. fionty of.
'Carving an educational abort in Pan I*. In the Cot, of Miami. County of Dad.. Slat of Hnrlila. .. embraced la Ortlftrau
....1, 8t.i..f, HorUiTh. I No ..... lbe .M .ni.nl of aid
which Cullen wa featured. ........."n. ..f said property under tk under the ..1d Certificate Iaaii4wa.
.. Proper tool and a sharp lint mid i'li.1... leaned wu In th, name olI properly. In the name i.f U.k......
... Cartlfkala shall b.nfd W.nhouM Ct r
I nk..vrn 11,1 Hid Lnl II, Coconut r.rov.
tare of lint importance, says the ,-... .."...u.* U I... tn deed will In the City of Coral babkx Conaty .--i.'
expert Tholr'eI1 can proceed with ,7r thereon .. tug. IM day ft lul,. A. D I...... State of FlorHa. .. embraced la Or.Uflcata
confidence; if will follow' hi. +O1 ,;.: ko. 1141 Tin aHM.n<*nt af add
you D. lilt Owtllloala kd
Dated this 17th rth* said
simple direction a* shown by tli C. B. i"l"ME.l',, was property la *un. sass of U.k.....
diagrams and Instructions bilo1 Clerk at Circuit Court Lot II, Coconut irora Warehouse CnWr.
D.d< Count*, florid In tk* City ot Coral Gobi., Coaaty ofDad
L Place ham with fat aide up, Z (ClmM. Caart Ik *. State at FtorMa .. embraced la OrUflrau .
hank end to carver' right Cut by N. 5TF.RRtTT D. c. I No let{. The aaMaimnl af Mid
(Jean 10. July 7, I" .1. .8. baled' property under. the Mid Certificate hanwdwu
two or three slices parallel to the In the. same of Unknown.Lot .

llength of the ham from USmaller NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR If. 14, Coxntut Geese: Wirhna* Congo, f,
DIED tic City of Coral Oablw. County
aectlon. .
meaty .. iabracod la Crtwa.
of PlorMa.
2. Turn the ham so that It re.ta I Ckaptor NOTICE 17417: 18-HkHkHY Aru !:.> Itll GIVEN-Fll
on the cut .urfeee. Holding ftrmlJ: W. Pom. solder Hi City of Uorat G.bl"Tax ,. ..p.ny In the.under.._the of amid Unknown.Lot .
with the fork cut a small wldie Cer/lflalw No. >H, IBII. MI4. 6616 drov warehouse Conte.in i
II, CoMnut
JH7, IM1 Itta. t.40. 1441 it4lSMI. 'iiDad.
6666 County
shaped piece from the shank end. 2 1144, IBta, II4 and 1147, tested Ui tk. City of.f Florida.Coral M Cabin embraced ra OUflrata ,.
j.,Then proceed to cut thin allci. led day af July A. D. lost bas .Iliad ammo foi State Mo t>4., The _....., of Mid

down to the leg bone until the a In tax mr dead arrive la, and ka k boo.i"d made.h_application.. said Cw.tlfkiWa Property vndM the. Mid Unknown.' Certificate' aiavrdwaa

.itch bon* 1* reached. ontbraoa the following ibMrlbWntoporty. la Id the: Coronut some of orov WmkotiM Canlri.In .

.. With the fork still in plac, ...la...It the Count at Dad, Sate a Lot the; City of Coral Gabka, Laaiity ofDad
Florida II. tmbraoH In Ortlfleata
release the slices by running tl Lot 1. Coconut Orvx Warehouse enter at *, State N.ol 1..Florida,. The M consultant ot ..,.dproperly
knife along the bone and at rlgl In the City of Coral Gabkn. County under th., Mid Certificate bawrdwu
....... State of Florid.. M embraced la Car.tlfteaM .
of UnknownUakM
allce For addition of sold In th aawi
angles to the Ma. Mai Tha aamamptit said certificates shall ka raaaoawdaaordln
t trvinga, turn and carve othi Property .ndw the Hid Constitute. bound U taw. the properly aaMrlbodUwrla
ml la the aaaia of Unknaoa.Lot will M Mid n the ...Iwrt bidder at
; aide of him.f Gron Warahna Cmtar"
3 I, CoMnat eiDad. Court MOM dm a* tk* first Mondayla
14. If tnor* Mrving are'riquired to. the City af Coral OabUa County the the month 0111......, IMt. whisk I. the
the ham i turned bat .. Stated Plorkb ai ambraaad I* Cap PI" sDa.d
4 N. Uia. The aaMamxat o| delta Ttk day at Amount l .
? In its original\ Position on the plal Uflrau pnn.rty leader the laid Certificate Issued this Itk 8.d.LEATHKkMAN.' ofulr.. 1M

: r with the fat (tide op and tii 1 was la the MUM at Uakaown.JLot B. Clerk d chumit 1 C1eurlo '

+ alias are carved at sight angliA tic I,City Coaonat of Cnl flnwa Cakloa.Waraajonoa Count Cmtrii at.1Dad. Dada' eou. J'1orIaIo. : i

: the bop*. Thee* alien are IKM \ .. SUM af PlorMi. aa embraced la Cn- (CII\ court Real N. )C.. aTEaaRl'd. Do 0.Nuy .
1 large a* thoae from the cuahlokectloa alt......No. ..... The aemeaewt af blamed amid By,. K. St. >>. loop
pn>pOTti vadta 4ka amid CwUflaaw
but they make .tt.ractln

fringe for second keif tag*. __ I

A. woman riding: in a trolley car

wait anxlouf not to laia hertdettt*\\1,

EXPERT RADIO New. Remington nation. She poked the conductor EDWARD STILING ;
"Ia that the
with her umbrella, Y f
\ ; Portable:Typewriters the Flat National Bank "No,

AS tOW AS Mum, that 1* my stomach..Ex.ViOTICI : 1I'

: : al $29.75 Or APPLICATION FOR TAX Jteal E$ta e General Insurance

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I makes specializing 01 rOR AS LITTLE AS Moth It ......., (r bold. as w/tees.tees
automobile radios lOc a DayAT 1 .tr of'Visual company Tax Certificate. Nevada..d NOTARY PUBLIC
(. dated the Urn day af Joy A. D. loss
kM filed Mid Cartifkata la Nor ,,"100. arkM .i
L. C. Dodd vada applltaUoK fa ta* daad to IMMthwan I' and Ate. B Florida City, Fla. 1off
LILES' PHARMACY In accordance with ... Said Or.Oflf.1. Cor. Palm Ave.
aa.hra.ai the followl. araolWdpiupnty. '
rr-trw Inds.Ifemeeteade SIN MAIN HIGHWAY Mtaaud I* Dada Caoaty. Florida,

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- ( .....0.0-- ALLr4 0gjr r 16 UNBURSTBARTUrrr
(Continued from Pap ODe) Apricots
shwtty after the W rt* War, at I 5 Pears
In the of washing coal KLIN
Up process NO. SH CAN MO.SH CAN
wilt oil to reduce tM Mb residue
It U tlll In the experimental 15c 15c
itttfn and U not quit ready for I
commercial exploitation Mr.Leach
mptaftac Hit eompmy bf renounced -
aft tItle to tM process Royal Arm. Vacuum Pack W INNER-MADE 11" Praaklls,Repreme Vee. Paul
and It U now The property of the TUNA FLAKES
public tot development I' tern fit COFFEE Dog Food COFFEE
A* bnppttW In many cases Of research -

now mora, the Interested Peabody company In another it lb. can -.25C 2 cans r..21C 6 cans, .25c lb. .2
process discovered at t byproduct
in developing the liquid coal
Colloidal fuel a*engineers term SPECIAL New Ulf BUSS FANCY KELLOGG'S
the oU-rapended coal dust gives
more heat per gallon than fuel oil Potatoes RICE CNN FLAKES
alone, and for that reason In early CHAMPIONSIrish
postwar days it was considered

a* s cruising possible fuel range"for.-warshlps 1 the ship, asthe .. -.....23c 5 lbs.. S'IC 2pkgs.. 5c

would 'be increased with BO addVtlonal
Wheaties 23
fuel load Mr. Leach said
Coal dust itself Js wed for fuel esf
for Diesel type engine developedin Canada DWsPSllabury's.X.
Germany, which has no oilfields With Milk or Cream
but does have extensive coalmines
he said. The Diesel engine, and Sliced NEW BIG 12 OZ. FLAVORS FLOUR
in which the fuel t* exploded by
halt and compression and not by a.tJlrGC 5 lb. bag .. 22cC
igntttoR from spark plugs, was BANANAS C 6 bottles ..-.- .. .- 25c
originally designed to operate em aOOT I 10lb.bag ..... anA
cad duet, but it was found that CREAM Case of 248 r. .,..., 80e
fuel oil was mere suitable, and .
coal for Diesel power was forgotten 31bs3 ... _. ......c win PLUS DErGSIT 20 Ib bag 69c
until the Germans in 1927
revived its use. The use of
powdered coal la Diesels and in ,DIXIE CRYSTALS COOKING BEST GRADE
"liquid coal" would of course
make an economic asset of thousands SUGAR APPLES White Bacon
of tons of coat now dumpedas ,
watts Mr. Leach pointed out 5 Ibs. for
Starch dust "works like t million 5lbs.---24c Z3c lbCarnation u.. ... 2 C
dollars" as Diesel fuel but it ,
would be pretty expensive fuel FINE ICEBERG
unless experiments of the future Milk RICH CREAMY
develop a cheap source of supply Lettuce

he Mr.said Leach It the inventor of a 3 tall cans .19C: SPRY

device which separates ante and 2 lg. hds. .1.7c
dust front coal smoke and allows

ney.onl the PHILLIPS DELICIOUS OBALL 3 lb. can SSe

been recognized in his appoint- PORK AND BEANS ................ No. 1 cans Cauliflower
ment as advisory engineer to the
. smoke department of the city of TOAATO SOUPVEGETABLE ........................

: Chicago His other Invention Include PEA SOUP ....SOUP.............::::::::::::: 3 Ib..1:2k I M LIFEBUOY'
regulators for the automatic
trol of combustion processes con and SPAGHETTICELERY ...................-........... FOR SOON YELLOW I'OR'.o'
burners and furnaces for the utili SOUPASPARAGUS ......................... PROTECTS 3 for .-.19c
sation ot powdered coal, and automatic SOUP .................. 13C ONIONS HIALtK
stokers. Separate companieswere
organized for the manufacture
and marketing of some of the GERBEirS CEREAL FOOD 3lbs. __..%Jc: LOX FLAKES
devices-notably the automatic

stoker. Pkg. .. .-- .-.. .- ..17c TENDER GAADEN seat ,
After a visit In Miami with another atcuuFki
brother-in-law and sister
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Carson,, Go Iris GERBER'S BABY FOOD PEAS \ii& 23c 10c.,
Mr. Leach will leave Saturday for uu ur row
Chicago. --- Scans ,.. .----------22c 2Ibs..19c

\ COTTONS TOTAL SJ.ll7.4t3 NS"Q' .
r Collection of V & custom la MIa red Dosel A"Roiled
Sylvan Farad fresh ChantedBUTTER GOLD COIN !lUCID!
Florida totaled $:J, 17,423 tot the
preceding: 12 month period, with Veallo2st LARGE "
the port of Tampa leading with 23c &GUg;,
compared with $1,97V25S

for, Jacksonville according to nearest Allis competitor JAngle *. lb. Ron ..Z'c -.Z4c... lb. _..---2'c

collector at customs GEORGIA SMOKED TOILETSOAP
The Last lesertla
his, announcement on* Sunday Chuck Roast Pig Liver BACON
: morning, th* vicar regretted
that money was not coming la Ib..1.c fs :3for .19cNOT
quickly enough bul b*> was no Ib --7c to: ..
pealmla""We .. ... ..... : --.. .. ..-I7c SLICED

have tried," he Bald "to
raise the necessary money In the
usual manner W* have tried U u u u u 26 p ,
\ hoaestly. Now w* are. going to
\ see what a bazaar can do.-Ex. VAN CAMP'S ; SAVE THIS CARD "VALUABLE"
---- I IJl'o.
, t : Tack purchas*made from to will k. punched .n Oils card When ran hem
:t Liberality ta Reverse x114 CANS a CANS' .. wckai d 2JO In IMd*. yn lana 1ft privilege of r.c..I.f one largo l
"Look what d* good Lewd! Is {01 two Baktof .- I
done fob youaU," exhorted the POSY &I d BEaNS' 1'c FOR ONLY __-_..,,. ...?,. 57
negro preacher. "You>> ought to CUTS FUEL.Ii. SHRINKAGE ft iiiAi IN KITCHEN,
live a tenth of all you gits.. *
"Amen,1* shouted a perspiring NO.I CAN 2 roX !
brother,' catching the spirit of the : :
occasion,"but I tenth ain't enough. CHILI CON CAR 19c t t.ASS.1Jra 1tlauxoor
AN say le's raise It toe twenllUV CoAt
Pasadena Post i""ife

Sonny sat on the lower step, his D---- sell tattimy Dutch Oven. Dos !I.
face resting In his bandWhat's *. Lgirt.c _
.. DttH1II. ==:;.= -YtC lkksi c-.a
th asatte ?
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9 & -. MYcb ..itwtt
shed a (Mthnunt.rtroOta T a .re "a FOR & 1 t ....
*, Just thtaktaV ned .. sraL.

Sojay.Thinking"Wh.t. about!" spaghetti a Ltc .... ,.._..._. .a.T _. "
I lilt It.N
how' dumb trees arc eee"ov""" anew at R 009 Ueate" h.
to take off their tielh** III winter I M 20 21 s.0' tt1
are put Vn oa b I'IJmmu-.AII.
tomobilist, .tw ,

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