The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00237
 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 28, 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: UF00087294:00237
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Reputed Ex- Capone Worker,DEATH COMES SWIFTLY TO

Admits Shooting at Cove;! CAMP PARALYSIS VICTIM

BOAT -OWNER I Precautionary Measures Are Taken I. DESPITE USE OF IRON LUNG

For Three Returned From Cloudmont. -

SHOT IN FOODTREATED I Three ion of Homestead families -'-In the absence of Mr, and Mn Popular Athlete HHS Stricken Student at and

v are under voluntary quarantine Lawrence, who are oa an extended Mentone, Ala
here following their return vacation tour Wayne Is a guest .t
Wednesday from Camp Cloud- the Faust home. All three are PLAYED TWO TENNIS'
HERE rnont, Mentone Ala., which they under special observation and
,left before It was qxiarantrnsd following treatment of Dr. Smith, who is arranging MATCHES_WEEK AGO
I the death of Preston B for* place of isolation for n
Gun Play Follows Dispute I Bird, Jr? from Infantile paralysis, them somewhere on the Key during -! Ex-Mayor and Wife Visit-
contracted there. the 10-day period of observation ,
Over Use of Dock by They are: Archer Smith son of, they must undergo pv 41' ing Son as Illness

Fisherman .'I I Dr. and Mn J. A. Smith; Dale Billy Hutchinson, another Homestead -j DevelopsFuneral
Faust, ion of Mr. and Mn Tom' boy who wa it the camp"
SAWYERS"BOUND Faust; and Wayne Lawrence, ion was taken front there by tits par services for Preston
of Mr. ind Mn E. L. Lawrence,I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson, Brooks Bird, Jr.. IS. who died of
TO HIGHER COURT I Mr. Smith, a counsellor and waterfront who are vacationing in North Infantile paralysis In a ClutU-
1 I I assistant at the camp, during Carolina. : C'L nooga hospital Tuesday afternoon,
:Victim Able to Attend vacation from hit University'I Remaining In the quarantined lens than a week afler he beune1lI

Funeral of Motherat of Florida studies, bl'Ollltht"the camp Is Garland Wynn, con of Mr., at Camp Cloudmont, Mentone,
two younger boy home In his >car. and Mr*. J, O. Wynn "Of Homestead Ala.. will be held at four o.Ioek. ..
Miami I' ,. who 1* a camp counsellor__ this afternoon In the Homestead ....
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instructor Methodist Church. The Bev J. J.
.>Gen Edley 42, fishing boat' "Flash of Local 1------. camp- has been owned and Richards, assisted by the Rev R.
ere --who wWnhot In the left F. Blackford will officiate, with
operatedsuccessfully for
by W. B. (Blondle) Sawyer; "Fire" Thrilling to ,season by L. B. Sommers, former many i Turner Funeral Home in charm, of
Garden Cove, SO miles south olHomestead
Rotarian Trip I arrangements
on Homestead High School principal .
following an altercation i who resigned to establish a private Burial will not follow the services -
over use of a boat dock, I photo at the church The body will
-Flash Thirty killed a* school for boy In Miami It has
discharged.from the Post Graduate II Ms be returned to the funeral home to
wont fire In hUtory sweeps long been recognized a* one of the 1---
hospital yesterday Homestead fla." I moat outstanding boy-bulldlni ,. await construction of a vault for
The shooting occurred late Sunday its reception In Palm Cemetery tMaranja.
Thin radio bulletin would camp In the country, and many
fternoon. Several hours
In the hermetically
boy tram the Homestead and I,
practically stagger a local
later Sawyerwaa arrested in' per
sealed casket of glass and silvered
greater Miami area have attended
If he sitting Large Barracuda
on especially were -
Miami. He
pleaded guilty to acharge
It year after year with gratifyingresults ,steel in which It arrived yesterday
of shooting and wounding In a say night club more In Improved physique and Menaces Anglers morning, the body was on view'
with Intent to kill In the court of thaI a thousand Mites from
the Bird home yesterday afternoonand
self reliance.Mr. .
home.8e. In Aerial AttackA
Justice of the Peace E L. Lowe
Sommers, one ef the best last night. I* compliancewith
.at TavernIer Tuesday and It did Adrian Jactfes,
was principal the local schools ever wishes of the boy parent,
bound to the criminal court of Homestead business man. He thoroufhly arouned t5
had is popular with parent and It win not be viewed at the>church.
record at Key West under la night club In barracuda la I
a $1008 was sitting a. loved by the younger generation pound pretty A week age Wednesday Proton
bond. 'CMcaco with his wife recently "fernd medicine" la the water,
In tills area, and he was on his was apparently in the best of
Tuesday Mr'Edley attended the when the new nub broke ia way down here With the .bereaved but two local fishermen had health and good spirits, after e
funeral of his mother, Mrs Hattie on the regular radio procranv Bird family when he received the experience of having one month at the camp which he has
Edley 72, who died Saturday at Telling all about ft at the word that Ms own little daughter, ef the same temperament and been attending for year. He
her home Jn Miami The rites HiMsteatead Rotary Club meetIng j born here had been taken ill weight hurling itself throughthe played two tciwtls matches under'
were held at the Combs Funeral Wednesday Mr. Jaeoba Whether there 1* any connectionwith air at their heads ha eye of his father and mother
Home With his Injured foot supported laid his first thought was to her Illness and Infantile Dr. C. II Denby and Herman who were visiting him on their
by pillows, Mr. Edley rode pat In a long distance tlephone paralysis was not learned. ,Mark were trolling in way back to Homestead from a
to the home in an automobile of call. He was on his feet Garden Cove 1' miles sooth vacation in Hot Springs, Ark.
the funeral concern. He sat In a fumbling for clients to place .f Homestead, from a 11.1* reeling "under the weather" late-
wheel chair during the rites at the the all warns a bunt of 2 Youths Hurt as Can boat propelled by aa outboard Wednesday afternoon and form

home and at the cemetery. He laughter told him the "mew Crash on State Road 4-A motor recently to bit tanning 11 fever, he was
was returned to the hospital directly flawa" was ft Joke. Dr. Denby booked the big taken to the camp Infirmary 'Wed
from the cemetery. Mrs The voice he heard coming nesday night, but was discharged
Sid Kendrick, son of Justice of niter of the sea" and battled
Edk/a..death followed long ill from the radio that ef theelub'
a was
Thursday noon after his temperature -
the Peace Sid L. KendrIck, (uttered him for 2* minute Well
ness. proprietor "broadcast"from a cracked,jaw bone and the enacted the flub began swimming had returned to normal
Sawyer was said to have been another room aa a practical Thursday Might, however, he
loss of three teeth and Richard around the boat Suddenly ;
a former employe of Al Capone Joke arranged for the
Msttson of Florida City lost four H broke water and Wit tack hi the infirmary, albeithe
(Continued Page Tea) i visiting Floridians.FFA .
on I teeth in an automobile accidenton leaped completely ever the wa telling his parent who
the Federal Highway near Mo- craft Its all-foot body minIng were with him from the beginningof

Drive and Benefit Ball Game Net dello shortly before noon Satur the fishermen head by his lllnesf until he passed away)
two feet. that till supposed Illness wa "hista

$100 to Aid Sleeping Sickness Victim day.The ;youth were coming home The barracuda failed te lot of bolony." The Camp Cloud
from Miami In the car driven by threw the book by its leap and mont physician diagnosed the case
Kendrick when It crashed into the shortly afterward woo" brought as Incipient encephalitis steeping
Homestead citizens! proved real drug stores and from these $80 I'rear of one driven by Mn J. S. to gaff by Dr. Denby. The sickness),but after Preston did not
Good Samaritans In heeding the was obtained. Asbury of Miami Beach. Mrs. fishermen guide wa" Gene rally to treatment, he was tent t
call for financial assistance for Wednesday night the benefIt' baited her automobile Eleven
Asbury Edley. (Continued on Page ) j
Barney Godwin, 17, who Is ill with game was played and was attendedby suddenly when an article blew out
: sleeping sickness In Birmingham approximately 500 persons,who of the window and KendrIck could

Ala. hospital donated 135 not stop soon enough to avoid the Fit Only for Fertilizer, Says Ag. Pupil
A drive for funds conducted 11 y Barney still la a pretty tick boy collision. It was said. II
Homestead Chapter, Future Farmer but his condition I* .hlwlnlllOm. After striking the wOJJW\'* car, Of Some Local Limes Recently Shipped' "i
*of America and a benefit game improvement, it was announced Kendrlckl machine ran Into a
sponsored by the local Softball by his uncle, J T. Curl of Homestead ditch. It was damaged badly. 1
league netted a. total of $100, It Thursday The boy becomes When some of the Persian lime After much study tof marketing
,we*;announced yesterday conscious intermittently and put on the Market In recent problems and their solutions a*' f
the local will be removed to his home ft he THE WEATHER months have been fit only for fertilizer experienced in ether sections of,
member of
Barney a
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continue to Improve during the OITirk) MMhwmnH a u. Is it reasonable to suppose the COUI'ttt1and
stricken ffl three
( F F. A, was 1 t.n.aa stubs. r.aatt ... .- I
weeks ago while visitlngta Irand- next ten day and Is pronouncedout ..... .. .. .a.. .... 'that consumers! of such fruit will summed In.aay owe-s eomraunily cenclitsieai, 1 i* thefollowing
parents In Birmingham. His of danger, Mr. Curl said Bar ever again buy Florida limes > arty

father, R. L. Godwin, at present ney's pareats are at his! bedside. JUly II .o 1S9 n 30,1'.0.04July. : This question Is asked by Wd- easy.
: unemployed sent In a call for Team called Fata and Leans opposed .21. 'l1 30.09 01S lard Norman a student of Redland Florida, ots""rattvely ...> 1.Bnbtteplool
financial aid to his son's pals each other In the benefit July 23 ...,... *9 119 HIP School vocational agriculture new In devefc/pnirtjt, *
.Tin, the boys made an appeal to game and It ended with avoirdupois July 24 S> 7J 30.01 I department In en essay on "Mar- only it tt* last Sew rear* teen j
the Homestead Rotary Club and waddling in a* the victors. July 25 90 .70 30.J2 :keting In Sub-Tropical Florida," settled end an attempt made .to
$7 Immediately was donated. The The final score was 41 to 27-that I July M 91 73 0.11July 'given a* a term paper last May. discover and oldies it* tram, r.-

; they placed boxes In the two local, (Continued on Page Ten) 71 .. .1. I 'l1 30.I' e.Gl His essay, in fun follows (Continued en Pogo Ten) '.


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I : i ,Pare Two ?LIE LFADE&- FridayJuI3r 2,1339

ftp06l1bi1l of, .conducting ."4he FOOD AT,THE: *JO L. ; cents for food during It day on thegrotmds at the fair'where they are being ,J'
1.1'c.OF; ..1.1t : .
I Cti ORDERS r .' 6t thtt amount It cent cooramed. at the rate of nearly 1
CO.000 a day
The avenge daily per capita expenditure Is spent In restaurants and IS.6 ,
t:! SKETCHES) MADE Allen were named as I committeeto I 0. visitors to the New cents at refreshment stands. J
make tentative place for the
!York worfcf fair, once they are Since the king: and queen of England -
week.Two. ate" hot dog at Hyde Park
I OFFICE hundred Invitations to join inside the grounds, Is W cent : 11f/ws 9
\ in
OF NEW there baa been I sudden spurt I
;,the chamber of commerce accompanied The average visitor spends M.8 she sale of the ten-cent delicacies

; Section at U Pannan, load,be sent by soon application throughout blanks the Red-will I .

!y:!ti architect, to draw. sketches lor the land District, it was announced. I
# proposed headquarters to bout office -)

I of the Redland District Judge Petteway Will Be
Chamber of Commerce and exhibit -
y. of the faD trait festival was Baptist Church SpeakerJudge 27 Years Is Time 7
I a Long
: made at a meeting at the dumber
Wednesday Bight w. Raleigh Petteway

: : completed Th sketches structure ire to n.sMp '::1 Miami attorney, will speak In the

I 'first Baptist Church of Homestead
made on suggestions of the building -
:" committee, composed of Henry at the evening service on Sunday Filling Prescriptions

: Brooker, Jr Roy Chandler and The public I* Invited to attend.

:. Thomas E. Kirby The chamber Dr J. E.Johmtone pastor of the
will make the finalrulinf
t membership
church to attending the Baptist

r sketches.. on acceptance= of the World Alliance In Atlanta. ..........................................

J I Recently the chamber rude the
I ; tint down payment of MM to the ACCOMMODATIONS FOE FATE
t i: city for land on which to erect the YISITOES This is the experience and guaranty that we give you when your Prescriptions :
i structure The building site it thelarger
Visitors in the for
arriving city
portion of two blocks on
? the New York world fair can ietall1' are filled at our store.
) which the city ha an option near ,
type of housing accommodations
the west boundary of the municipal t
', : \ ball park and south of the they wish-private homes,

; r swimming pooL The city council by rooming applying houses the or mayor's hotels-official merely ...............::..........................' ,
; has made an agreement with the
t world fair housing bureau. The
: : chamber under which the chamber 'jBrown's
bureau has branches in worldsfair
will pay the down payment on the
} { ( information booths at the
i {f
: tract and pay for all beautification
I .t and developmentThe George Washington Bridge. Holland -
; :); chamber also discussed the tunnel Lincoln tunnel, hall of i
Industrial science at the fair and Pharmacy
: I possibility of I LimeAvocadoWeek
the office of the national advisory
j 1. for the purpose of advertising
\ committee to the world's fair at
: .
:t South Dade chief products.It
40 Rockefeller Plaza. Postal and
; was suggested that the two fruits 1
/, 'I be widely advertised throughout Western Union Telegraph offices ,
also make reservations for
the section Including MiamI. by room :
l, .. visitor I i
building decorations circulars and
educational propaganda In places
), where food served. The week j
: would be climaxed by a dance in ,1
: r I Homestead at which a fruit queen
( < would be selected according to the i ii
suggestions. The latter part of!
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August or early September was
? I pointed out as the most opportune i,
time for the fruit week. r ,
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The chamber voted, on recommendation -
i .1 of O. B. Parker, to hold I
I up definite plans on the observ-)
\I nee until growers, fruit ssiocia-l
tions and packers could be Invited
to sponsor the affair with the aid' j
of the chamber. It outside sponsorship -i i
is not obtained the chamber -
welt, take over the entire reBy -

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VTO matter how la* the prepared i "
<>f 1> imam., you aae for interiorwoodwork =- -
r f : : the beauty and aorviee --- --- J.
\ ; ability of the Job will depend prlmar1 -- --
t ; By e. the andoreoater
{ Aa Interior Badereoater InvarV
11,; ably predate a"ropey"or generally
uneven surface I Home
,i 1 rroqaoatly It i* adTliablo to nil
.4 the underwater .. the job to be 1'1'I
'n ;> sore of the quality and quantity of
">J the lagredleBia. AB eieolleat primer
i* i consists of three parta while lead
throe parta Unused on, two parts I I
i i/ I tarpoatlBC Oae-halt plat ol drier Is Wrapped in. Security
t-*: should turpentine be added for each gallon of

,? For second or third soot BM ntt:.- !
.w tare of half white load and ball .... ,
Use vehicle. =
; j Apply with suitable vanish brain, Come in and let us tell you how you can harp a home "wrapped "
allow plenty of time for drying.Then '
I'I apply a high duality*eaai LQuwliea up in security" with an FHA Insured Loan. ..,;."
Biggest a way to keep
brooms straight sad pliable.AMwert 'I
i A broom hung .p whoa. We will be glad to explain how you can build a home to fit your E ,
I mot la BB* keeps IM shape loacorAa -_ 1

I I, head occasional Bulalalaa wetting reatUoBcyOBe ot.the broom family-on a financing plan to fit your budget.

"e*, CIa I obtain an VHA = =

lean room to Satires gees laatalllag and renovate sow bth-aiy And veil help put your loan through-whether you want to

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;Aanoert Tea Permanent balk I : build a new home or remodel your present one. I
roota matures and the satire plamb- .. .
lag sear qualify for ritA I.....
1 Apply to year total FUA haadtaarVflew '

j I 4111.on"04oea can t prevent o. I I
aoBaatloa. tile water pip Russ taI W. D. HORNE CO. Inc.LUMBER
I may cellar Ia the*.. BortAntwtrt .
Apply a ot
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i I wet !=
red toad past
I dust. pulverised welt Whom thtoka :, AND BUILDING MATERIAL
the pip UBOJsMybepalaUd. >r
tbereaghly set
; | Phone 507-J Frank L. Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla. .
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Special Summer Bargain.


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TEELEADER-ENTERFR1SE? [ 1m "J.02IDA i"1 ?C t!!:.1. Q I1.1: 6i'_ rJtl1 N' fi mMOrT. Children in Court 1;

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.... "wilt ........... c-_ By judge Malcolm ItatfleU I i

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I Judges are convinced that the
Rated no -' Siam .... ..sererai.ni H boy who becomes proficient In theoperation
.1, Nra, N .. ..- Mex..wdrd i w
tS...... .... 1M sass ofal..a ol aa alt gun does not i
.. InI. find! it dtfBcuJt liter on to acquirethe

*VB ouri att gram skill accessary te handle a
made Cue... ._ .+. ..... rifts or machine gun effectively;
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I In fact en numerous oceeelon' .
the UM of toy gum has been

ColorsWe known to Instill In the adolescent

mind a desire for a real weapon,
used to pass the darky church,
Aa4 hear them singing there. While it may be amusing for
thoughtless parents to witness
About the golden slippers
Thai climbed the golden stair, small children re-enacting robbery
It sounded beautiful and sweet; ,w" hanging or Indian massacry I
there la danger that such children
We'd stop and listen In the street '
Ant U nobody noticed it. 40r will continue to act out these
parts when they become adults
We'd wriggle through the door a
I bit Wise parent not only prohibit

Aid stand on tiptoe feet their children from tuning in on
radio programs descriptive ofcrime

They sang a lot about the ark, but they also supervise the
A4 how the kangaroo type of motion pictures their chU-

And all the other animals dren are allowed to eee. A concerted

Went In It two by two. movement Is now underway

And when they'd sing the one In the United States to bar all

about toys, which might In any manner
"'toe Glory Road," they'd stamp tend to depict war or crime, from

and shout W TURTLE CRIf1ULS Interstate commerce, and to substitute -
And then they'd go all soft and t in their place character
slow, INTRIGUE YI.fITOIlS' building activities such as advocated -

About a chariot swinging low, SRARk.COdr TV/ft t/U/Qt/g PINS Jf THf and practiced by the Boy

And then the meeting would be HA MlES uuneits of rf But, or Mlr/ "-. Scouts, the Y. M. C A. and other
out AT#rr a/esr COMXH/M tn/Moetiu praiseworthy movements
Of rwtntt voflif arVMfs OUEA t
We'd be all sorry to turn back. tN' CLOSJS .700IAewos. NHITNI'Y
ros AAlI
with an Inquiry as what those initials
For when a darky prays end sings, A NUNDI6D. SPR/4S sLAGGA7ZOFD ,0.1/ THE LOCA.0
There inn't any white or black tJ" 'TJfl1l1 "SKAII1N-S TAPS MAJUffTAt/O ALSO PREPARED meant and I replied that it
Dut only golden things! IPJBCO.QOf.vole0rX', FOR we CAWV/A/O our HIm was a sort of cross-eyed meaning;
TVO.TJ.S when be was kind to me It meant
-Mary Brent Whlteslde ,r OVLV .sIlt ARAr J4Ef'wESr SOUP it A:1A1IPKIt RlNQU: / "Dear' Old Companion" but when
in Sanford Herald. .WAN-IAT..eS" he was mean it should read

"Darned .Old Cuss."
GrowingOne I esb-.bout 30000. For IMS it A lot of us were born, 30 years
That help the savor of an honest Ours Is the railroadlngist country
was considerably less than 100,000, too soon and sockless Jerry Simp-
day, after he had reached an beef stew reach out in all dlrectlom I I In the world where the average.,
thai scale gradually ascending the,r son of Kansas was one of them. If
advanced age, Longfellow was making every portion equally outside of North America Is less
past four years. But we have he could observe the girls going
asked how he had managed to keep pottle Beef stew is a trifle a limitation law, you know. about the streets of this city he'd than three miles per Inhabitant: In
so vitally alive and write so beautifully robust for breakfast From 10 e j say so himself North America, outside the United
', .o'clock In the morning to away States, the mileage rises to a frac-
Pointing to a blossoming apple past midnight It it any man'i delight It is interesting to follow the discoveries I tion over 17, while In the United
the length of timei At a New York dog show there
I tree outside his window, the venerable -New York Time I State It soars to 2144 miles per inhabitant -
i man has Inhabited the earth, or at, were 265 entries, representing 44 Now
poet replied, "That tree Is we seem to have
least Its probabilities, Bob; Rlpley j breeds. When 1 read that to friend too
very old, but I never saw prettier I many railroads,Judging by the
who boasts that his statements are (wife she said that was about 4i
blossoms than these which It bears CURRENTCOMMENT receiverships they are In. A quarter -
all provable, recently portrayed too It's curious what
a many. per-
of the North
now The tree grows a little new 1 a century was
human footprint in rock found In verted tastes people have.
a some
being netted with trac-
wood each year, and I suppose it similarly
la out of that new wood that these Nlcaraugua and made while the;! tion lines but now most of these
By AGNEW WELSH Miami rock was yet In a plastic state have been .
new blossoms come The maker of a popular house scrapped.e
... .. Geologists state that this partluclar *
"Like the apple tree, I try to I hold refrigerator announces that
formation ls old.
I I 20,000
grow a little new wood each year" Truth always did have' a hard i years !i lit has sold five million of Its ma'chines. Some years ago the medical

-Ex; fight for existence and now they i]I The N.UO.I.If Products : A far cry from cooling world discovered the great curative
have knocked out a post office by ) :your butter by suspending It In a powers of radium but the
that name-down in ol' Arkansaw Corporation made a survey to ascertain bucket in the well or Jlggerlng it stuff then cost $70,000 a grain-
DeefStew I the per capita consumption
a of out of a quill In a peppersauce something the size of a wheat
certain foods in the United
bottle. grain. 1I I Is obtained from
Although was Interesting the A brad Journal states that I I States for the periods ot 1920-24 rare
rock, clased and that
other day to read that a man had South Carolina's snap bean crop, and 1934-37, The per pound consumption pitchblende
been lured from suicide by the|: amount to 400000 bushels a year 1 I I and percentage of Increase A Gallup survey shows that one- costs a dollar a pound to bring to
promise of a beef stew It was not 'Their shipments begin in '/' or decrease Is shown by the ,fourth of the people do not pay any I a stage where It takes five tons ot
unreasonable For well-cooked taxes Maybe they think they chemicals to treat a ton of ore
a : after the Florida crop Is Ma"j'i following table
beef stew Is one of the treasMvs J: and a second crop U Item Av. Use Change ':doft" but they do for every letter Belgium formerly' controlled the

of life Any man would be willingto the fall to be out of the way be- 'Vegetables 135 ___.+25 they) mall adds a cent to keepingthe I market but now a mine in Canada
go on living Indefinitely with i fare this state's winter crop is Dairy products 333: _+ 8 postal department out of the near the arctic circle, has brought

an. occasional beef stew In sight' ready. The United States averag Fruit _.__...__.__ 183 __+ B red. down the price nearly SO per cent

J/ The word "stew" has some vulgar I yield Is placed at 89 bushels per Sugar, syrup .__._.. 106 ___.. + <4< e .

ising connotations. Frequently It I acre while the Carolina yield, "in Meat fish .._ ..._._ 138 __... 9 Of the 4) countries charted In "Fortune" magazine sets forth
Is used to describe the wilted dls- j[ the best producing areas." may Potatoes n' 178 n 12'' Lamborn's chart of the retell priceof some Interesting facts regardingthe

comfort of the man who has drunk' run as high as 17$. The national ,Cereal products _' 229 ".,_.,, _14/ sugar and the consumption famous negro section of New*
more than he can carry. Callinga consumption placed at 11,307,000 .. .. .. thereof, the United States stands York city-Harlem where the

man "a big beef stew" Is not[!I bushels I With a war scare on hand Its, fourth In consumption with a little number of this race has Jumped

nki But the beef stew Is the king|t A Leroy, N. Y.. man Calvin N death rate going up and the birthrate ,.1'over 101 pounds per capita; Australia from less than two per cent

ot dishes; and many people, other- i Keeney, years developing going down, France has begun. leads with a little over 117U (90,000)) in 1910 to almost six per
wine sensible, who find themselves I la iz5: strlngless string: I|a "m re babies" campaign. Maybe pounds In fact all countries fly. cent (440,000). In addition to the

eating filet mlgnon or roast turkey bea I. these belligerents will have to goon Ing the British flag lead us in 300,000 in Harlem, there are 80,000

with giblet gravy at formal banquets e e a production built to raise canon saccharine consumption but in blacks In Brooklyn, and 00,000 In

,wish very devoutly that they ," Belle Boyd the noted Confederate fodder, as stockraisers da. price M countries pay snore for it the Bronx-Queens district Harlem
could spend the evening at home spy Is buried near Ktlbourn that we do, Italy paying the most proper embraces about three

with a huge bowl of beef stew 'jWls, ., where she died about 1801 There are peoplewho are not ot all, almost 13% cents that 1(I square miles where nearly half the
Incredible as it may seem, there while on a lecture tour In the willing that this country shouldgo pound, while Ecuador pays )I people are on relief. There, ss'elsewhere
ca* be bad beef stews They are I[[Northwest Her latter days were into any foreign wars except in least-about 2ft cents. Our rate i among these people.
too watery and too mnste from' none .too prosperous self-defense, yet they are willingto on the average Is a little less than tenancy prevails, ID pat cent of
the cow. For cooks with depraved i I I sell belligerents the wherewithto SU cents. the buildings being owned by

Imaginations think they can toss a i destroy each other And yet e whites There a murder occurs
beef stew together ID a bond Ths weather amaruVe, say we we call clues a Chrbtian nation. Dad County commissioner ask 'every three days and ten per cent

couple of U1iII-;' show us the I are to from have a major .drouth noted 27 for a budget of nearly three and a of the children die at birth; death
now (1(68) A
cook who la to devote.twodays years Absolute dumb-foolishness- halt million dollars per year beginning from tuberculosis Is at the Late of
to the Job and we will Introduce geologist the says He has figured out the practice of people sending the Oct I next, and to supply '380 per 100,000 and lor whites it
cycles of drouthsand
or periods,
you to a humanitarian. First I' that the date noted will be President all sorts ot unwanted this so increase of almost 25 per is 69. The per cent of venereal
brown the meat. Then dump in a'J comparable to the things The latest |Is an 80-pound tent will be necessary in the tax disease that are registered cases,
one marking the
can of tomatoes. Add carrots and of the cherry pie. Old Aunt Sally usedto rate. One of the reasons .. to say nothing of the others, U
J onions' -plenty of onions, mind, and decay that of the Mayan Cliff Dwellers.civilisation make 'em three ways: "open. ed Is that a half-million loss .I.n'l three per cent

you) Season with pepper, salt and : faced, criss-crossed and kivered." taxes was due to the killing of a They are crowded In st the rate
two teaspoonfuls pf thyme. Lrt!I e e
legislative. act by our V-to governor. of 250 per square mile as against
',., simmer all day In a covered'!r Texas has a new law against No man ever uttered a greater 104 for other races. Their voter

rattorole Let 'er sit all night in shipping tomatoes la bulk either truth than did Jesse Jones, the new number 100,000. While they may
the refrigerator As the supreme Into or out of the state. A 14-bas- head of the federal loan
agency, They're streamlining everything I plumb the depths of degradation, !
dour approaches on the second ket eats U the largest container when he said the greatest disservice now- even the love scenes In the I they have their social register and

day, add peeled potatoes and cook allowed. I you can do any man Is to lend r'e' Once these" were the cen their "400" and 700 social clubs.
osi the top of the stove until thepotatoes ]I I 41i him money he can't pay back. = but since the youngsters ,! The "numbers" racket grosses

are done. Serve let uo1 I I I Considerable discussion has> have become so sophisticatedthey about twenty million dollars a
In a mammoth bowl in the center been occasioned the recent I I Criminals' ability
by to change their want tittle of It and now less year. With a saloon on every corner -
ot the table, and let every man German ship that was refused a,{ finger tips by chemicals leads to than three per cent of the length they have an Abyssinian Baptist
Jack pitch in until he Is exhausted. landing in Cuba. Reports for the,seeking better methods of identification la devoted to Rome iullettes. church with the largest mem

Some folk use cabbage and turnips !past IS years show that 1923 was, than fingerprinting. Photographing bership, 14,000, of any Protestant
too, which ls perfectly all the peak year when 700,000 for-: the retina of the eye has I recently had occasion to write church In the world but Father

right The main thing is to let 'er,elgners were admitted to our country l been experimented upon with satisfactory an old friend and addressed him I Divine, with his 1,300: followers

lit all night in the refrigerator., while 1932 showed the few results it is claimed I thus: You D. 0. c. H. came beck is- said to be slipping.

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B, Meatier The rotenone or pyre-;

Led rollers that attack l. however, will
full-grown caterpillars I
tai 1 1 P I II II may be controlled by )' the arsenical 'uus

II I arsenate of lead or I more effective at well\

I spraying with one of the .

The attitude of the state leglsla- TRUCKING
lure reflect the attitude of the
kxopl and therefore adverse criticism II ON THIS
of the lawmaker ii unjust, 1500
Viable, Representative George J:. 65.00 Value
Holt of Miami ..Idln talk at a
meeting of the Redland District'
Lions Club Tuesday night ,

"If the legislature passes too, KENMORE ROTARY
many bills and makes too many
appropriation it to became of.tthe
demand of the people," Mr Holt
aid. "I received, on an average,' SEWING MACHINE
ISO telegram and other communication I I IIt Ii

per day from personsasking
for appropriations. But I
have yet to receive one eommuDl'1
cation asking for taxes 49"
Ing some way to raise money to I
Offset the appropriations.1' i ifoft i r
the duty of the people
: :I
closely the action of .. Lea tnde-ln
legislature a* matter of bust-I allowance for
ness, because laws are made to I r .y .t your ell machine
benefit the people, Representative
Holt aaid South Dade resident,I Terms a* low aa IS
In particular, were lax In their Interest ,. kal antekMthljr.
In the procedure of the last: small ear-
legislature, he said and for this crawls. .,Mtlq eswlss tying' charge.Guaranteed .
reason did not receive all the bene. I II
tits due them."Friendliness. I who III .. ...* .
So I I.et,"Van_en1 fool: jars beeps eye open
does not pay dividends -
neither does carrying a chip
'en r shoulder prove practical In the United State Sugar Corporation'i -I]CHEVROLET UNIT 20 Years!
cumulating Interest In proposed development of the Everglades -I) .
laws," the legislator said. "It has could not have been made!
been laid that by exuding goodwill possible," Mr. Bitting added. "Be.1\SALES HIT 18,4981 FuU Rotary
of the senator's Illterr1tyIpublle I
a section of the could cause
county get Head
the aid of another section In obtaining spiritedness and everlasting ", Sewing
j'IN 10-DAY PERIODDetroit
reveal .
legislative parity This Is effort to the possibilities
untrue. A section must work for of the Everglade a*a distinct asset Automatic

Itself and forget about its neigh to the state of Florida as well as I July 27.-Retail sales of
Tension and
bors." the nation, the scholarship will
new can and truck by Chevrolet
Jack Peters president of the bear his name. I dealer during the first 10 day of I Stitch Regulators
JJons; Club announced the follow All applications are to be madeto July 'touted 18,498 unit, W 1.1 .
Ing special committees; reception,I and considered by the committee Holler, general tale manager,
George D. Ruehle, chairman,. on scholarship of the University -j nounced here today. This I Ia Smart Console
Charles J>rau. George H. Cooper,. of florid An applicant must gain of 41J per cent over the same, Table Cabinet
W. O. Talbott, J. R. Hickson, E. H be a graduate of an accredited 10 day In 1938. .
Gallaher' and W. L luncheon Florida high school where his Bales ef wed carl In the same
and property, ir. JO record must have been such a* to period Mr. Holler said, were 00,- Other Models
Larry Pope, R. E. Edwards and' warrant his possibility of doing 108 unit, a. compared: with W.048
Mr. Pratt landscaping, Gordon I high grade work In college. 3195 and up
; In the same 10 days last y er. This s1Aaa. SECOND 'LOOI
Ivey, chairman, J. G Wynn, J. I 1.1 a gain of 14.f per cent.
Norwood and W. T. : ELECTRIC EEL Combined new and used car
and ways and means, E. U 10.1 sale for the 10-day period were
The electric: eel, one of the exhibits
rence, chairman,
Harry 98,604. more than 10.000 unit
berger tad It H. Done. of the New York Zoological ahead of those for the first July # DAVENO BED
Entertainment at the Society 'at the New Yorkworld's
meeting period IMS, the figure Indicate
wa furnished by Mrs. Ralph Fuixard -'lair, I* capable of delivering, an i.
and CHAIR for
soprano, and Mrs. L. A.i electrical impulse of 400 volt for "
Zendy, pianist,-both of Miami I 1-100Q of a second or 110 void for, Turner's Funeral Home
James T. Wilson, superintendentof : one minute. The eel possesses Your "Guest-Living" Room
Dade County schools, will be sufficient electrical energy to electrocute 14-lUt AMBULAVCE SERVICE
the speaker at the next meeting. I a man and I* always Lady Attendant
handled with rubber glove
Phone 5<4-R Homntepd, FU.

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Fla., July 17_ \
There la a $2,000 opportunity Just j
round the corner for some young I
Avocado and Citrus
man In Florida. DOTH
The United State Sugar Corporation U'76

has just announced that I FOR
it will give '500 a year for each Growers
: Teraa a* low a* M de.e,
Dateno Makes
of,four year study in the University a balaswe saeaiUr. Smallrrlag _
of Florida to a tu4ent entering Full-Size Bed charge.ncczs.
the university this taU who
has a "definite. Interest in agriculttire > ; ..--We are now stockingURAMON Bone White Finish ALSO
and a desire to continuein Bentwood Frames BOLD SEPARATELY

that field"Two I Tapestry Covered Chair....... 1188Daveno
year ago the United State
Sugar Corporation through President Green, or Blue ..., 2&88RollAWay
Clarence E. Bitting established -
a $2,000 scholarship and named '. A new form of nitrogen that .
it in honor of the late distinguished Cot
Florida senator, Duncan U. Fletcher. ; does not leach from the soil ,

It wa awarded to Adrian as fast as some Inorganic a L and Mattress\
Daane, a 1937 honor graduate of
Pahoke High School out of a : forms of nitrogen. Ask about 10.98
field of It applicant
Mr. Bitting in announcing ; the price of this new form of

gift to President John J. Tlgert w. Regularly 11.98
aid that this second S1.000 scholarship plant food. _.y
would be named in honorof Enameled tel cot. With flinch
the first United States senator link wrbsg and loner<
from this state, James D. Westcott: astrlM aoaMm*. Ftli* snail
Jr.. pointing out "it wa the earnest I .._11 U rell aw..* tale
Florida Coast [fertilizer Co.
desire[ of the organization to East average eJesek8CAKK
recognize and perpetuate the 1 )
memory of that man who began : FRANK B.RUE.MGR. I ;
early a 1(47 to make a recon '
reliance of the Everglade of : MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER SEABS.HtltlUCKAMDCIHseatM : .

Florida a* to the probable practicability -
of reclamation of these : HOMESTEAD, FLA. J Blvd, IJUi to Itth Ma,MIAMI
land and the expediency of drainIng tore. leers: .Defy .:.* to Lill B4w47H I* I-M
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Pare" Six THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday July 28, 1939D

...........,...,..........."............u.u.u.... of two of the and order was placed
I start August 11. This department o and younger brothers I prison an
win be taught by L T. Pearson Redland F. F. A. NotesBy members were present as visitors.(for e dooo which will be placedon
and Miss Selma John The graded Our next regular meeting will be at sale in the fall.
20 Years Ago school department opens September Harold Hampton Reporter 8 p. m. Tuesday, August 22, at our The plates of official cars will
B. .......u._..._"___. chapter room. have black figures on a white I

At our regular meeting Friday background, Findley tald.
-"A surprise party was given Mr.
IIIIIIliIIIIIIIIIIiIIIhIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIII!{ { { III and Mn. Joe Brown at the home night our beach party committee 550,000. Black, White Car

Ttw 101....... ho M ml 1069a of Mn. J. B. Brown Tuesday night reported concerning the beach '
..l. fiM Ilk/.. .e .... a..1 .--. of bat week by a number of Flor- party we had recently, and routine Licenses Ordered for 49(
B.Ur.rlM MtaMMMd Mar. II. Illi.
M .... talk FUrtJ. BMW u4Ort. ida City young, people Games business was transacted. Discussion
_... IT. lest with UH a..* were enjoyed and refreshments of election of officers for Tallahassee, July 27, (J'NS- ,
read ........
1939-40 resulted In decision to
served. The party broke up at a Florida motorists will "get it In
July II, 1911 late hour, after wishing the bride elect officers in September this
black and white" when they purchase
and groom a happy married life. year Instead of October as for-
-"A shower wan given to Mr and Those present were: Misses Ruby merly. their UfO automobile tags,
Mrs. Harry Dodson at their homeon Leach, Mlgnonne Aldrich, Catharine Messages from Charles Behren, i for State Motor Vehicle Commissioner -
Saturday, July 28 About 35 Sheffield, Harriett Latterner, our present president, who is now D. W. Flnldey announcedthis
guests attended. Mn. Little and the New York world's fair
Pauline and Irene Brown, Messrs. visiting I
week that next will
year's tags
Mrs. Campbell, sisters of the
Geo. Martin, Alfred Schutt, were read. Charles states he expects -
bride, arranged all details and have white numerals on a black
Charles Clinton, LaMonte Craw, to return in early August
while It rained outside and showered Frank Sheffield, Charles Becker Communications from Rex Rom- background.
inside", It was a very enjoyable Charles Sheffield and Stuart Ine and George Grunwell informed i The tags will be made at stater
affair I Shields; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown,I us that they have been enjoyingthe
"Win. Ewing presented a fine Mr. and Mn. J. C. Wayman, Mr.' Vocational Forestry Camp at Concrete Blocks
argument for improving! Palm ave and Mrs. J. B. Brown and Mrs I O'Leno, where they were privileged
nue, the other day, when he hit McCorty." (Florida City). to spend the past two weeks Like thePyramids
a bump and thrown from his A Trial .
was -"The entire community was aa an award for forestry work I
motorcycle by hitting a bad hole. shocked to hear of the sudden done during the past year. They
t Fortunately he was not hurt badly, death of Mrs. Hodge on Friday returned from camp Saturday. MeansA ,,"
nor was the machine badly dam- morning ." (Florida City). At our meeting Dean Sickle wet '
aged. (Florida City. awarded a check from the Chilean LIFETIME construction cant 1-
"The Woman's Club of Redland -"Dan M. Roberts and family are Nitrate of Soda Educational Bu- I for Concrete Blocks. They "
alarming to spend the month of Customer
gave a combined farewell and reau as a fifth prize, in DistrictSix give you the satisfaction of
birthday party to Mn Catharine I_August at Miami Beach. Contest "B," for his essay I lasting qualities combined ,,-
Blaknley, who leaves soon for uN," Jennie Vann, sister of submitted In the 1938-39 essay con- with beauty. There are many
Washington state, lent Friday afternoon Tom and Jim Vann, arrived in llelt sponsored by this organization AT uses for Concrete Blocks in
at the home of Mrs. F B. R. Homestead on Wednesday from for Future Farmers Florida. The your building plans. Ask for
Blakesley Those present were: Shady Grove, Fla. She expects to I prize amounted to two dollars. I details\
Mrs. A. L. Chandler, Mrs. Seymour make here home with Mr. and Present at our meeting were: DRIGGERSService
Dane, Mrs. E. A. Froscher, Mrs. A. Ura.. Tom Vann and will enter the William Hampton, Don Lair,
C. Home Mrs. L. W. Jordan, Mrs. Homestead school" :Adolph Lopez, Cecil Parker Harold -, Station Naranja Rock Co.
C A. Llndgren, Miss Alice Lind- -"Ray l. Ramon, who taught Hampton, Richard Ball, Reid
ner Mrs O. W. Ko el, Mrs. W. D. manual training In the Homestead i Wytong, Willis Vlck Dean.Sickle, 8. Krome Ave. and Third St Phone 1530Naranja .
M han, Mrs. Ellen Martin, Mrs. A. school before enlisting in the army, Willard Norman, H. A. Aman, Jr., I
F Peterson, Mn. J. M. Retlcker, has returned and will teach here Herman Byars, Donald Hawker Phone 1110 I Florida ;
Mrs. Dan Roberts, Mrs. H. C. o next winter." i and others. Mr. R. B. Hampton I
Schumacher, Mrs. C. C. Thomas, .- --
W H. Woodbury, Mn. Whltmore
Mrs. W. L. Wolfe, Mn. M. D.
Yetter, Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. C.
D. Barr, Mn. M. J. Brownlow
Mrs. W. H Burton, Mrs. John
Barnes, Mn. W. H. Cast Miss
Olivia Barnes Mrs. J. Cast, Mn
F. B. R. Blakesley and the guestof
honor, Mrs Catharine Blakes .
j ley."A 40 ".

quiet wedding which took .
place in the court house Saturday
morning was that which united
Charles Klnrey Eaion and Mn.
Laura Moseley In matrimony. Attending -
the bride was her slater,
:Miss Pearl Stevens, while the
groomsman was attended by a
cousin Gordon Klnrey ."

"The high school department of
the Redland Farm Life School will G

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Comfortable Stares With

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but a sound Investment-in comfort as sured :Modernization Loans. These loans are

well aa security. being made for home, farm and business

{ Now torn* men who want I Insured Loans up to $5,400 may finance. much property. Lots of comfort can be built into an

-,. near blade at as 90 per cent of the total appraised value of the old home: new floors, new plumbing, lighting,
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lOcI lot 4 cad girt you quick, by law. Monthly payments are figured to suit remodeled: rooms enlarged or added a porch

easy time.,tood-looklnc t.fad.ol osey-aextngsteel shave every individual income. Very much like paying rent built, a new wing. Payments are made monthly

with edge of entirely new. except that the monthly payments make you ) suited to income, over a conveniently long
kind,they out-peribrm and outlast the OWNER of your home. period. Consult us for details and help.
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", \ 1 1I Theodore Franklin returned Sunday Miss Edna: Nell Richards has asa ;

I !Iff to Homestead after two weeks guest Miss Jessie Delta of Jacksonville FLORIDA CITY: ;
: and at the Reserve Officers Training By Mrs. W. W. savory
In 1
: Camp at Fort McClelland.. He Is
a member of the University ol
Florida R. O. T. C Mr. and Mrs. Frank Irwin had Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simmonsleft (
' .. ... i aa guests last week Mrs. Irwln's Thursday for Petersburg, W. j'
:' 'J' Homestead cousins, Mrs. D. M. Aiken of Va. They plan also to visit the
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mills and
Franklin Ind,
and her
daughter, world's fair in New York before a
Miss Eleanor Kendrick entertained '
Miss Irene Aiken.
returning to their home here. v ,
Miss Mary Lou King of Luverne,
Ala.. several days last week. : ---- {I'
Word has been
received here Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walkup :
'Allen Neal plan to leave Sunday are visiting Mrs. Rhodes' parent, i that
Mrs L. A. 1
Wise Is f
an an appendectomy returned Tuesday from a visit with
for a ourweek vacation in Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Murphy. Mr. Miss Betty Richards underwentan patient In University relative in Kentland, Ind.
the North and a trip to the New Rhodes spent the week-end there operation for appendicitis in hospital In Augusta, Ga. The op- \ 1 1
*,,Tork, world's fair. but left. on Monday for Pennsylvania the Post Graduate hospital Thurs eration was performed on July 24. Mrs. Alma Doxsee and daughters .
..: -
day. left Saturday to Vlalt Mrs.
%&T. Matthews of Homestead re- Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick and Doxsres brother-in-law and sister
i.turned yesterday from a month's Green Rives la ill at Hot Springs, Miss Ellen Vann returned Saturday Miss Valera Fitch returned Saturday Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Palmer, InKen.ett
I trip during which he attended asa Ark. from Rldgecrest, N. C.. from Tallahassee where they Ark.
delegate from Homestead the national where she had been attending the had been attending summer school
convention: of Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Howard'Johnsonand Baptist Assembly for the southern at the Florida State College for Mrs. Wm. Brooks returned
Club at Indianapolis and visited baby daughter will leave Sun- states. Women. Thursday from Jacksonville where
three weeks at the home of his' day for a visit fn Highlands, N. C. she had been visiting her son and
brother, M. D. Matthews Steele, Frank Hausman has been ill at Miss Virginia Frick Is spendinga daughter. In-law. Geo. Brooks
'N. D. Mr. Matthews is a native' Lester Archer returned Thursday the home of his grandparents. Dr. few days with Miss Helen West returned with Mrs. Brooks to visit
of Steele and his visit there was morning from a visit at the and Mrs. Frank Hausman, for the In Miami. here over the week-end.
the first In 30 Mr. Matthews home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. N. past week.
also J-uV: at Sauk! Walker in Lakeland and a stay at Horace Richter returned to his Mr. and Mrs. H. Willis and
Center, Minn. Ridge Top, Tenn.,i iI the Kenansville farm of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sharp and home In Cairo, Ga.. Wednesday daughter returned this week from
i Nashville Tenn. and Griffin Cav Jas. M. Carson of Miami. I their son have returned to their after spending several weeks here a stay of several,weeks In Hamp-
' : I I home In Henderson Texas, after with his brother-in-law and slater, stead, N..C.
1* Sam J. Davis underwent an cp- Mr. and Mrs. Laban Bishop and I a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds.Mr .
eratlon for a stomach ailment in sons, Harry and Clinton, left Monday Polk and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mr*. S. S. Shields Is spending a .
Victoria hospital in Miami Friday for Cleveland where they will Cooper.Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore of Atlanta I month In Miami attending to business
Jill condition: is reported to be remain a month. were week-end guests of Mr. interests.
satisfactory r- I and Mrs.' Geo. W. Turner, and Mrs. Geo Polk. II
!USrf A. O. Cain left on July 20 for a Jr. will leave Monday to spend a Rudolph Mattson underwent a
,&Mrs. Allan Kluam underwent visit in Hot Springs, Ark. .Mrs. I month In Miami Beach I Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lewis,, Jr., tonsil operation Saturday at the
en itineration' for appendicitis in I Cain Is visiting, in Mount Dora. of Atlanta left Thursday far their Pod Graduate hospital.
;the Post Graduate hospital Satur Misses Norma and Eloise Go&s- home after a visit with Mr..and -
I The Rev. Lawrence Mathis of man will leave tonight to vlalt I Mrs. Bruce Ennis.! It Miss Beth Hunter of Miami spent
day.Mn. Jacksonville la visiting his mother, their grandmother, Mrs. Tie G, the week-end visiting her grand
J. E. Close underwent a Mrs. B. L. Mathis of Princeton.He Aman, In Shady Grove. Miss Catherine Murphy of Miami mother, Mrs. J. K. Scott.
major operation In the Post Graduate will preach Sunday night at !spent Tuesday with her parent,
hospital Saturday. the Church of the Nazarene at Mr. and Mrs. R L. Hobson Mr. and Mn. B. C. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Neill and
cwt Princeton.Mr. moved on Sunday to Miami where (Continued on Page Nine)
'Louis Murray, young son of Mr Mr. Hobson is employed In the Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Barrow of
and Mrs. George Murray of Homestead and Mrs. Jos. Madeira of Everglades laundry South Miami and their son, Hollls,
was returned home Friday Fort Wayne, Ind. arrived yesterday Jr. are spending a week with Mr
:from Victoria hospital in Miami afternoon for a short stay at Miss Lucille West has as a guest Barrow's parents, Mr. and Mn. C. Cafe
Where he underwent a' major operation. their country home, the formerJ. her cousin Miss Gretchen Burnettof M. Barrow. Tropical
He. was In the hospital F. Dyches place. Howell, Ga.Miss.Franoes.
15 days. i Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Barrow and I door north of city hall
Mrs. Fred Suber and children, Edwards of Jack- Mrs. C. M. Barrow returned Monday HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
t.Mr. and Mrs Adrian Jacobs and Mary Catherine, Fred Jr., and sonvllla spent several days last from a visit In ThomasUlIe,
:'loa* Billy, returned, ,Monday froma i Sally, returned Wednesday from a week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. Ga. Mrs. W. H. Cook, sister of Regular dinner ...... 50e'
:v visit. In Bw etweter,<> Tenn., visit with relatives M Georgia:' and Mrs. R. E. Edwards. Mrs. C. M. Barrow;:rcttirned with
Plate lunch ... G5e
Evansville, Ind4 *Chicago and them for a visit in Homestead. .........
Spencer Iowa. Mrs. J. B. Tower left Friday to Mr. and Mrs. L P. McLean had
visit her son-in-law and daughter as visitors on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Conway of Miami visited bliss Roth Strffanl and Bin.
Mrs. H. J. Rhodes of Ocala and I I Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. DuBois, In O. W. Rowell and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Murphy on Florence Kerradot Prop
children, Ronny and Betty Joanne, Jupiter Warren, all of Miami. i Tuesday.


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II Range 39 East; a number of scattered 10 to 40 acre tracts-FOR SALE AT REASONABLE





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: 1 Pan Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE.. '. Friday July 28. 1939-

; .a a Social Events in South Dade .. .

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; j hostess on a moonlight fishing trip --

Miss Mary Comer Adam of, onvUte the bride bas spent mOlt 'aboard the yacht "Bernice" Sunday Mrs and Mn. & H. Fitch are announcing Florida State College for Worn,

t Homestead and DeWitt Wilson of her We in Homestead. Since evening. Supper was served the engagement of their in Tallahassee from which she received

4 Crosby of Princeton were married her graduation from Homestead! on board. daughter, Miss Valera Merle, to an L. I. degree two year
r In Fort Lauderdale Thursday .f-j jfamoon High School la 1938 she hal been Her guest were: MIn Conner Phyllis John W. Riokard. ion of Mr. and ago. Since then she has bee,
Miss Claudia
at four o'clock by Judge, connected with the Lou Shop. I Parman Mn. F. S. Rickard. The marriage teaching In Belle Glade. ,
Boyd H. Anderson. |I The bridegroom 4* a ion of Mrt. Miss Mostly: Sever, Miss Mary will take place on Sunday at the Mr. Rickard was bom In Tus

The bride won a frock of old 3. C. Crosby of Shivers, Mist. He; Brown, Miss Virginia Frick Fitch home on Kings highway. cumbla, Ala.. but has lived 1,
: rot lace and white accessories. I has lived In Princeton for three Charlet Elchenberger, Jack Sullivan I Miss'Fitch belongs to one of the Homestead most of his life an.

She to a daughter ot Mrs. Irene yean and 1* connected with the I Gene Campbell, Roy Martin pioneer families of Homestead. was graduated from Redland HIS]

1 Bramtaa who now live In Jack- produce business operated by J. X. Stanley Jenner and Ed Pa- After her lI'a4uatlolfrom Homestead School and Is now employed liMiami. '

\ ton vllle. Though born in Jack-,I Campbell. cetti. High School she attended .

I II PROGRAM FOR AUXILIARYA Heart Catholic Church will
HONORING PROF. AND MRS. E. S. SHEIRYI' William Geronimo, Jr., was host
9 program on "Qualifying for at the home of Mrs. R. N. Chafe,
at a spaghetti aupper at his homeon "
Service under the leadership Gf Perrlne Wednesday
July 20 In honor of John Tyson
7 Mill Bertha Nil Hausman en- slater of Mill Hausman' presidedover and Ben K. Armstrong, Of Savannah Miss Eula Ray was presented at '

the tea table and was assistedIn who are touring Florida. Mr. the meeting of the Presbyterian
tertalned at tea Friday HOMESTEAD 4-H CLUIBy
1 serving by Miss Alta Webster Tyson Is a graduate of Riverside Auxiliary on July 20 at the homeof
In honor of her cousin Prof., and 'I Margaret Fielda1NMM1INNIMIMIINNIINa.NNNN11NN..1NININN
Mrs. A. F. Arthur. Mrs. T. L.
and Miss Phyllis Parnrmn. Military Academy and 1* now attending .......
Mrs. E. S. Shelry, who recently, Open-faced sandwiches cake* Albin College, and Mr. Hodges played the piano during the ,, .

returned from Istanbul, Turkey. I and tea were served. Flowen, Armstrong 1* a. classmate ()f Mr. devotional which were conductedby The 4-H meeting was called t>
: Mrs. Frank Hausman, mother of candle and mints were In tone f! Geronimo at Riverside. Mrs. 7. A. Ricks, and Mn. order by the president, Goal*.

Miss Hausman, received the guests I of yellow. Covers were laid for: Mr. Tyson, Hodges also sang "The Old Rugged Grennell, and each girl answere

at the door. Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, About thirty guest attended. I Mr. Armstrong, Frank Seymour Cross. Mrs. C. Ben Plummer reviewed roll call by telling what fruit dial

John Eli, Frank Basso, Arthur:I a chapter of "The Church she had prepared during the week

i HOMESTEAD GROUP Monday night In the I. a O. F.j" Fogle and the host Sweet and Education" by Dr. Henry The meeting was then turned':

i Wolfe a* right supporter to the The next meeting will be k who introduced to ui Miss Rut!,
Nrlla Saul of Homestead Calendar Bible
study session at Presby-
Hendrlcka and Mrs. Holloway wh
vice-grand Mrs Molly Wlngat
j vice-president of Royal Palm NNNNNNN,11111HIMMNI.MIIN/IINNIN/INIIIINNIH/NM terian manse on September 7, It
la assistant home demonstration
ai left supporter to the vice-grand our -
Union, presided at the league
union meeting In Silver Blurt Mrs. I. P. McLean as musician, July 28.-Meeting of Study Cam wa announced. agent Miss Delaney gave,
and R. G. Moon ai inside guardian.Mrs. with Miss Jennie LobdelL Present besides those named out the Da-Co. News to all the of
Methodist Church on July 20 when Mrs.
were: J. M. Holferty, Mn.
Cora Russell of Coral Re- July SO.-Townsend Club meetIng -(' ficers.
the budget for the year was 'Ceo.
M. Frick Mrs. J. W. Irwin,
planned.Of bekah Lodge in Coconut Grove, In Neva King Cooper Schoolat A coaster was given to each girl
Mrs. J. R.
Hlckson. Mrs. D. P.
past district deputy president was 2:30: 10 that she could make a contalMifor :
particular Interest to local
Blake, Mn. B. X. Oatlin and Mn. etc.Demonstrations.
members was the announcementthat an honored guest Aug. -Businesi meeting of Arthur. pins
a scholarship to the annual Ice cream and cookie were W. M. S. I of the making
I of egg dishes tor all meals wet
assembly held hi Lakeland every served. 2. a C. REDLAND
Aug. P. W. benefit AID PLANS I
given by Miss Delaney and Ruth
year will be given to the league card party at t p. m. la Hospitality FOB SUPPER ON Alia 4 Hendrlcka.
having the ben attendance and JENNIE-LOBDELL CIRCLE House Plane for a benefit upper to be
.I efficiency record at the monthly' WORKS ON SCRAP BOOKS held Aug. 4 were made at the A demonstration was given by
Aug. 3-W. M. U. circle meet- regular Margaret Field and Teresa Redd 6n
union meetings. This scholarshipwill At M all-day meeting of the meeting of the Redland
how to make bIll
: take the place of the cup that, Jennie LobdeU Circle of the W. M. ings.Aug. Ladles' Aid on July 20 at the home tape.
After few
t has been awarded each month. S. at the home of Mn. J. L. Ballard, 4.-Episcopal Auxiliary .f Mrs. M. M. Ramsey. a songs were ming
luncheon and food limeade and cookies served
sale. were
i Those attending from Homestead scrap book were made for the beInnera' -: Present
1 were: Mrs H. J. Armstrong -
by the hostesses Redd and
were: Misses Helen Mildred and department of the Homestead -i Aug. 4.-*edlnnd Ladles' Aid' Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Margaret Field.WANT Teresa

Margaret Field Misses Antoinetteand Methodist Church. The benefit upper. Mn. Frank Stlllman, Mn. Anna

Helen Mays, Misses Martha circle will furnish supplies for this Aug. ,.- .Meeting of Junior. Maeaaramith., Mn. M. Moore, the
and Edwina Close, Misses Eloise group of children during the coming Woman" Club. hostess and the Rev. C. O. Nelson. ADS PAY

nd Norma Qoasman Miss Peggy year. Aug. 7.-Meeting of Homestead I

Allen, Miss Jamie Richards, Mm A covered dish luncheon was B. P. W. C. at home of Mrs. J. F. ,

Marybelle Olbbs, Miss Effle Booth, served. Hammett. ...,IiI... tM' <.UaV>IUX ItpM .IOf iOWISI "eie oW1\!
Miss Mary Bradley. Miss Sauls The next meeting, It wa an- Aug. 12.-W. M. U. meeting in't. ...
Charles Eunice and J. C. Wynn. pounced, will be held at the homeof church.

Mrs. R. J. Elliott on Aug. St. {I Aug. U.-Joint meeting of W.' .
PRESBYTERIAN GROUP Those present were: Mrs Jason M. S. circle THE DIXIE DRUG

HAS BEACH PARTY Avery, Mrs. A. M. Logan Mrs. I Aug. 28.-Meeting of Jennie

The young people of the Homestead Lloyd Field Mr. B. M. Hindman Lobdell Circle at horn of Mrs. R. lACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
Presbyterian Church wentto Min Helen Livingston, Mill Lob- J. Elliott
Miami Beach Tuesday afternoon dell and Mn. Ballard. I Sept 7.-Meeting of Presbyterian -, Phones J8 and .101 Homestead, Fla.Thousands.

for a beach party. Swimming and Auxiliary In manse. ,
various games were enjoyed, and I
a picnic supper was served. G. 0. Brewster, M. D. have discovered

Those attending were: Mr. and : j how soothing and relaxing
Mrs. D. P. Blake, Mrs. a E.: Gatlin,I ,Ere, Ear Nose and Threat I 1 a rubdown with Pureteit

Miss Betty Blake Misses Elizabethand Treatment r' Rubbing Alcohol Compound

Mildred Craft, Miss Lily Mae Glasses Fitted ) 0 can be. Thar'l because
Campbell Mini Jane Gatlin, Miss uretett is nonirritating-
Ann Hickson, Miss Ila Jean Irwin, OMIM torn I to II and .rOfftn i y and pleasant to use. That'l
Miss Irene Jackson I the Rev. Appointment
.r the reason Puratest it the
George Ricks John
Hlckson Sam
as mesa KIMM A... ad favorite.
HIckson, R. E. Jackson, Adolph gonad ot_
Lopes and Karl Schmidt.B. i
Massaged. n.eldalee.

P. W. C. TO CONTINUE Na asstv wovoox

B. P. W. C. at a called meetIng f!TM era ". Una*"'trife low tub Ong

Wednesday voted to continue ,,"""""""""""""""""""""... Is* sew U base Gives .

the Wednesday night benefit card f .... ......... W...: IT, Ni o

parties It has been sponsoring.The serf. Is handle. and hot fwd,
card party tor July J.. however
IBM.Unite seoemm.e4;
it ,
decided to omit out of respell
to the family of Preston B. Tkenaiam (i.pdg.ete i

Bird, Jr., whose death saddened Wave

the community. Lowell eaa.pee 11.5. alaaiaaUe c-
o The Club: voted to give the Visit Our Soda Fountain

Helping Hand Club free use of ALICE'S

t '1 Hospitality House for a card party HAIRCUT .._. 40c I BEAUTY
to be given July IT for the Barney PARLOR

Godwin fund. SHAMPOO ...... 40c .*... assessor Ai..-. .--
Mrs. J. F. Hammett Invited the o. ... .1 1t

dub to meet at her home on MASSAGE ...... 40c amw
11 =J lmor r-'l st s. lUt-Emf b a alediafal,
OFFICERS BusirsBARBER C "invisible. prelectisg en...
ARE INSTALLED Imo/ tin* kM Many east for file
Mr Barbara p' v whole (_11.,. H .Mk.nmbim ...
Hendry, district
'ONLYJUNGALE shopped. din
deputy president made an official' aids t* healing said. tares,
visit to Liberty Rcbekah Lodge MONKEY Iwra.. Alt east eta ,*..

fteKv to drying .ff.ct$
SHOPN. .I wind and WMtlw.ml .
Dr. Leonard W. HaskinGLASSES great f., .....i... seg.araad .
... to Pro ... .... l,"...d..
tMtlNe end Ame aari.. me least.M Prewar are" Member wet nlm+ .*>. M*.(iaM.tcomMl. tj
.1 KROME AVEi.a.auaaauu..a. M egret read on* ..1Pear. 6 OZ. 3 9c 6..d. pwdar base. ...::
., a. Id t a e i. Try If
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July 28,1939'l'lmLEA..Il1rn.ENTERPRtsE Petro T31nei

i INFANTILE PARALYSIS WHAT IT IS 4. Improper ventilation. ww.www salad
. 8. Malnutrition Coarse portions of vegetables

AND HOW IT IS SPREAD Treatment: Hints toHonsewives pay be ground and used for flavor
to soup sauces or salad dressing
I' 1. Call your doctor upon the Tender portions of vegetables such
slighteatsaaapicion of the disease and be
ID"OIt'1 JIIOTII 1'no ...I. HM k..H.tl.. rears DM riarWs sue Mare .. I Early! diagnosis and early treatment al celery cabbage may
] .1, e.n.ln. ... d..rrrN.a Inl.ntU. .... *. .... .lamina pnnH. -.... served raw.onealeftovv.
i_ .. .. taken III nal"d Was obtained from a... I.MKpoltoraytlitls lI-tI 1* Invaluable to the patientS vegetables, fruits
... Do" Serum from
10 recently recovered m....... -- and meats cast M combined in
(Infantile paralySJj -' and banned, and then the quarantine cases has been found valuable I salads. .

ii an acute Infectious disease measure would confine children I tn arresting the progress of SALAD PRINCIPLESSalad Salad variety? easily obtainedby

1 ctaracterkltd by the Inflammation under K yean of age to their 'the disease If given In doses of vegetable must be care almost any combletaUo ot

y of UM anterior bonxi ot the spinal 'own home during the period of at least 00 e. c., a satisfactory response fully selected .and thoroughly mild-flavored WIM. fruit or

c.ri with resultant paralysis ot :the disease prevalence In the com is found In many cases. It cleaned! It used raw. Otherwise meats. Distinct- flavored foods

vy-tous groups ot voluntary I munity. has not been deemed practical to hy: may carry dangerous bacteria. must be combined carefully*

.n muscles. I General central measures maybe use a* an immunizing agent for Leaves or stalks are separated Fruit salads art often served ta .

HSU ii caused by a filterable virus I summed up thus: the prevention of the disease. The into natural divisions, examined I place of dessert

erg and the incubation period ii considend 1. Avoid contact with alt experiment at Petersburg Va., In carefully, and inferior portions removed 1 i Salads starchy vegetables and

rsm from three to ten days, but crowds, adults and especially 1835 apparently settled this Issue. .. They are washed thoroughly rich dressings era high In fuel
The Armstrong spray as. used In In several waters Salted value.
Usu.II1Ieu than a week. strangers, at least until the current
.- al Usually it It Impossible to make danger Is past Alabama and Tennessee Is yet to water helps to remove Insects. Salads ot meat, thicken. beeei
( be proven as far: as Its efficacy Green salad vegetables and rich
In before the raw are or eggs dressing art high
diagnosis 3 Keep resistance ancT thai
positive your
In.the tmrwntion of poliomyelitis i washed and soaked ter.told water in protein and fuel value.
hence ne of
Idh ot paralysis, ps.ttty your children up to par. A conoemed.
until crisp. They; are then placed
of strict: supervision over all strong healthy Individual: la, !lesi i DO YOU KNOW?
-Hospiialization Ina covered dish and store In a
In IV massage.
cave, likely to have the disease as thereIs
suspicious warm'gattisV-braces!; and cast toi, cool place until time of preparation. When measuring a traction of a
there U an undue preva more likelihood of the body defenses
When -
h\ the doctor if the 'affected members have been They will keep a week it some cup of butter .r other fist, till \Mother
lice ot the dlaeaae throwing oft the Infection
found useful. moisture is present. fraction of the cup with
'd justified la making a provisional 3. Do not kiss wour children on 4. Delay' to dangerous Call I Salad plants should be clean water and add the fat until the

t diagnosis! and regarding the case the mouth! Indiscriminate Wiling: 'ydurthysiCiatt Immediately. crisp, cool, dry and cut hx uniform water reaches the brim rot *x-
'ro tj poliomyelitis until further observation and especially the kissing of susceptible does when served. In order to ample U you with two-third run

proves it otherwise In I Infants; by the fond parent r."t.---- Improve the flavor of meat and ol butter till the cup onethirdfull

nUld, cue the initial symptoms, who may be a healthy carrier FtORIDA CITY fish, potatoes and other vegetablesmay with water and add butter
a may be very similar to the onset should be avoided. If you must -,...,r.--o be marinated an hour before until water overflows.

I of a cold with sneezing coryza I II kin your baby, kiss It on the cheek (Continued From Page Seven)) preparation chilled and drainedof After frying! fish, onion,or liver
(running nose), low grade t.ver.1 and do not make the
even then
excess dressing Just before put a little vinegar In the skillet
daughter Virginia Clair, returned
I 100 to 101 degrees, and the firstindication
: kiss It 1 the
liquid or lingering. I
few all
Tuesday from Kentland, Ind. serving. I boll for a minutes, and
ot the real trouble Is
particle of moisture that harbors Dressing Ingredients must be I odor or taste will b* gone.

a I noted only when the beginning the virus, as well as the germ or Mr. and Mrs. Francis Freeman, well blended before they art used Meringue for Individual pud
Many of the
d I paralysis appears. other diseases. la the salad. I dings. Drop meringues from a
I mild and aborted types detection .I I Mrs. Boyd Cohernour Mrs. J. W.Freeman .
h being little more escape than well 4. If your child has what you I Miss Kathleen Freeman 1 Salads are mixed Just before tablespoon Into a shallow pan of

t. carriers! who constitute a think Is a cold-call your doctor- and Mrs Burly Dendy and daughter serving; otherwise the dressing I water and brow as usual it you
d grave do not Impose upon your neigh- Jean, are enjoying a month' will run and the garnish wilt. The wish to UM them for topping puddings
to the The onsetof
1 i,menace bors as well as upon your own vacation in Miami Beach. dressing la made and the meat, served In dainty individual
the disease in the more severe
11 child, by sending him to school vegetables, or fruit prepared aheadof dishes too choice to be submittedto
la acute with all of
< types usually Keep him home until assured by Mr. and Mrs. Jot. Torclse and ; time, but kept In separate oven beat When the meringuesare
the earmarks of general infectious
; a -
0a ) toxemia. There la headache I your physician that there Is no family returned Sunday from a dishes until almost time to serve. browned lift them carefully
danger. This I II In the Interest ot one-month visit In Lawrence, Man. The salad is mixed lightly, garnished from the water with a perforated
in the neck and
;pain back espe- your own child a* well a* your and served attractively. It pancake turner, or similar utensil

dally between the shoulder blades. neighbor' child. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walkup must show distinct pieces, with and place on the pudding.
;\There may be vomiting diarrhea I sufficient dressing. It must not be When making! lemonade, heat
Ir and general convulsions The B. common drinking cups moved this week from the Co-
in public places where proper hernour cottage OD Eleventh street mushy. your lemon before squeezing them
slang expression "A pain In theneck"
Garnishes well selected and and they will yield Juice more
is really correct as far sterilization of utensils la neg to the section house on Eighth I
f placed add to attractiveness oft I readily.
poliomyelitis is concerned. The lected. Soda fountain are the street

temperature may range from 104 greatest offender in this respect I
I to IDS degrees. The p/odromal or They continue to slosh their glasses. Sam Tomassl I II building addition -

early symptoms rarely last longer spoons saucers etc. In the same on Mi tourist cottages II I
I, than five days after which the 'slimy dirty water, and then to rinse! I DR. C. DENBY

I i paralysis Is noted. The disease! infrequently them with a sprinkler; all cold Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Darbaker of ,ih II .>.

confused with epidemic water-no sterilization at all You Pittsburgh Pa., are spending a

1 I. meningitis, epidemic encephalitis, are just aj likely: to get a glass week In one of the Lewis cottageson Osteopathic PhysicianPhone

I II and tubercular meningitis. The which was just used by a tubercular East Palm avenue. |
k spinal Quid; examination wilt ruleout syphilitic with an open sore
the two types of meningitis,l on the lip or a carrier of poliomyelitis Hunter Sever of Greenville i 39

end: the absence of stupor is an aid meningitis, diphtheria, or Fla., left Friday after a three-day.
1ft ruling out encephalitis. other contagious diseases. This visit with Mrs. J. K. Caves and Homestead Fla.

The virus ot the disease is spread condition of Improper sterilizationseems Most Sever.

hy direct and indirect contact with to persist throughout the (Over Brown's Drug Store)
\Pease:; and carriers. United States. In the twentieth CHECK THE; CHILDREN I

i, Observer at Charlottesvllle Va., century it Is Indeed our Nations Parents visiting the New York
Scandal! Do world's fair check their children
during the 1931! epidemic asserted you wonder why may -
people catch disease? DEMANDAN easily check their i
as as they
that II there
were 150 cases In Al-
bermarte County and the city ot INDIVIDUAL PAPER CUPIPredisposing hats. The Children' World l I Your Face looks Belter And Feels Better
13 hour
Charlottesville there were 1,500 factor which tendto charges cents a half tor

c.... This simply means that the render one more susceptible to the service.
number the disease are: I WhenYouShaveWithThlsNew
ot mild cases, whkb are
1. Illness of A child
so often undetected and the healthy any type.
carriers far may be a well carrier of the virus. I
outnumber the susceptible DR. R. S. AIERS
group which may comedown develop measles or some other disease fie '

with the disease and later come down with lie '

: The accepted control measures poliomyelitis due to the loweredresistance DENTISTOffice .
suet brought on by the first
I Infection. Sours: t s, oi to t pv so.
1. Isolation ot cases and con
2. Fatigue and S to It
tacts. The cases usually for twen- exposure Bandar

\'-one days, and the contacts fort 3. Overcrowding. Close Saturday Blade

least ten days At Vfc Price!

2. except in rare Instances the DIUI.A.BERGER Free Parking Space

schools should never be dosed. 1764 N* W. J6TU ST. MIAMI
The disease Is spread mostly by
femurs; a-sut
Veil carriers in the adult
group DentistOffice
and the ra&a <0*aTntir<* Nm
children are safer by far
in school FJiWiftpi* mvtxif
with other children than
they would be on the streets or In noun 8:30-4:3(1 THE :1 ri Qotida "
th* theaters contacting the adult A'wd' rr ,aQ

who are possible carriers, The First National Bank' OLE I

i iI schools should never be closed un- BuildingOpen
I 11M the theatres and churches, andqther err ...der. "C0* you a.s who want really

public meetings are closed Evening by Appointment e,99 r good-looking; comfortable
shave at a big saving hue's IA\\
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.N. the beat netra in years. You can >tr;
shave wltb genuine( Gillette Blade

GLASSES I f torthe.da t ,precision made to fit yow rasor R 6
I Send t tt ..00der. exactly .. and pay only lOc for 41 .
-T : aomths et The new Thin Gillette 1* mad of
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easy-flexing steel herd enough to
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s Ten THE LEADER.ENTEnPRIS1f., : 't" ,.1.., ':R ':'F J'uty.128, '19 .' '

sr : Dixie Division VeteransTo I i guaranteed L&gI so. The) .demand:' (hat he was fully Pii flecl.wUh..th. ,
r! I HORNE ANNEXE Meet in Miami Sunday for limes would be greatly In-C'result his bad obtained ,from It .
creaeo lf they as''Unfavorable
: were) advertised comments, and des

I Jo h,W .atvdfwYien Jolist> ftiethJ[tiucUfo crjtlolslti have been peel
: 7 TOO VICTORY All toterahs-of the Dixie Thirty. (Continued from Page On) JlowfcverlidrteScf &I'uniform dominant If
'I first Division are urged to attend i -as just talking would.
source A few :years ago this region content, the fruit is sold In i cure our troubles.
a meeting of the newly formed ce.t ,
i \ OVER BROOKER Dixie Division Association which was sparsely Inhabited and of maturity just so long

I the few crop produced werescarce as a price can be gotten
/I. will be held in the McAllister clubhouse and
consequently com-
2824 S. W. Sixteenth street To make matters worse the BOATJYNER'
" Home mild I it&,pmli on the top manded high prices Avocados, I

h: .... rung of the standing ladder more Miami, at 5 p. m. Sunday, July 30 limes and even citrus brought exorbitant consumer, who Is Ignorant in many

secure Monday night by annexing Those who attend or send In their' prices that made these cases as to when to use the fruit, (Continued from Page One)
will be made charter waits until the limes turn :yellow,
names members
T-to-0 victory over Brooker. Ai and the dock
a Industries very profitable. in the controversywas
, ; Doing their best to avoid the of the association The president news of the fancy prices spread, thinking they are not ripe when built for the cruiser "Arrow,"
in color
string of goose eggs, the Brooker- John B. Williams, may be' increased and decided green Some of the fruit I
the.populntion a reportedly given to him by the
put on the market of late has been
tnen socked the ball high, wide and reached by addressing P. O. Box expansion In fruit railing gang leader.
i fit only for fertilizer-do :you suppose -
643, Miami. .
handsome throughout game
1 followed. With this Increase In
the i Edley between Him
to farther The Dixie Division' comprises consumer of such limes
but couldn't seem get need for
production greater
a a
and had been
will ever again buy Florida limes Sawyer brewing for
than third. Four men made bidsfor the National Guards of Florida,
number of consumers arose, but
month. He insisted he said that
the trip home but died In the Alabama and Georgia who were I because of greedy, unwise marketing In the north, Florida citrus!I I' ,
I the dock was public because it
stationed at Camp Wheeler, is shunned and the fruit of California
i attempt. Horn counted only six methods, the former dominanceof
was situated at the end of a street
Ga., before going .M.con'I' is bought For some reason i l
i late hits but were more fortunate demand over supply was obliterated while
Sawyer claimed It hut
In arriving from whence they who were members of the and prices declined. As apparently unknown to Florida was

started. whether or not they served their the supply increased over demand, producers the people up there donot I'I private property. Edley said betook

I. Home started the scoring spree entire enlistment period in the division to the element of scarcity gradually like bad fruit any more than afternoon out a and fishing when party he returned Sunday

In the second inning by bringing are invited. Several thousand diminished and soon the farm we do.Even.
and discharged his Sawyer
In three. Another was chalked up veteran in Florida are ell. after we are organized it
en were facing new problems .
I was standing sixty feet from
t In the third and three were madeIn ,Ible. At this meeting plan will Instead of receiving the top pricesof is going to take a long time and the dock behind packing ease,with .

i the sixth Nixon, center fielder, be laid to'enroll comrade in Ala. a few :years ago, the fruit raiser vast sums of money to right the a rifle In his hands.

i and Cheshire catcher, each accounted bama and Georgia. la now finding it difficult to damage that has been done This,I I Edley said he paid little attention

for two of Home' runt.Brooker's make even. a moderate livelihood however, no reason cease i
I about to start He let loose : : Wtobe l -to Sawyer's shouted warning
\ mistakes totaled four, was from his produce. The limes that work. It be and done I '
about using the dock and wa*
with all he had and Sin.
while Home made two error. Umpires some day if Florida Ice to hold
1 once brought fifteen dollars a 1
walking toward his boat, the "Por-
and Hiner called the .
{ More action was displayed in I core game.The bushel, are now, in most cases, :ranking place in the fruitproducing poise II," whey Sawyer fired the

1 the second half of the night' entertainment scores: netting lest than dollar bushel, i world, so why not start now? ,bullet that struck him In the foot

.' when Perrlne won over I PRIDAT MIGHT, JULY II and avocados, which have been The first vital step toward a successful !Then with the rifle leveled, Sawyer

South Miami 10 to 5 t Ba. Miami AI R BH PO A tWaataarrr known to bring a dollar apiece, I solution of marketing problems forced Edley to re-enter his
.. ..
South Miami didn't show much Sk 4 S a a 1 ITuntla.
.. Ik .... .... ( t 1 a I return about a dollar a bushel at will have been taken when I boat and leave.
: Interest in the scoring business until c. c....,, of.. .... ( I I a e the present time combination of the co-operatives Edley said he applied a tourniquet
t the fourth Inning when two Johnson, \I. .. I I s a I .I
I.erookolt.b. ..... 4 1 1 1 A majority of the farmers place has been made. This statement to his leg to stop the flow of
;s I men crossed the home plate. Per- Parry se. ...._.... S 1 I a I .1 the blame for these calamities on I does not necessarily mean that all i(blood and traveled to InnbytheSea -
... .
rlne, on the other hand, had gotten Kirkland. tf SI 1 I .
J. troekatt, rt .__. S I 0 1 0 everything and everybody except I machinery, buildings, etc, be four miles north of the scene
i down to business right from the Huithra. ........ ...._.. a 0 1 I 0 themselves. Those who market II scrapped and one large building i of the shooting He was brought
start, counting three runs In the Jr. Hiurhta, p ...-._ | t I 0 a
and ,
their higher-capacity equipment to Homestead
crops through 'packinghouses by automobile.
w first and following these with five Totala. ....__ SS II I, t i _I I"ranker blame their misfortunes on bought in its place. If does not
i In the third and two In the fourth.
11.1 II IIR PO A It the "middlemen". In some cases, II mean that the officers and drl': :

I In the fifth, South Miami got ambitious Rue. ab ...._.._.._... a a I 1 0 e the farmer should not be criticizedfor tors of organizations now i Ie .,- GODWIN '
and af. ......... .
again' marked up threemore : Wlukop a 1 4 1 0
Dr.. ."... 1 1 0 0Z. I this belief, for when a bushelof Istence will be discharged and newones
runs. Nothing else appeared I au'llv.n, Io .. .._. 4 I t 0 0 1 limes is sold for fifty cents in elected to head the new In-
afterward but goose eggs.,, BUhop a. .............. 4 a 1 stitution. (Continued from Page One)
Florida and In the north It does not mean that
consumers ,
O.Sullivan, if 1
Hiliion, third sacker for Perrine,I I Klnard H .. ...:::.: : e I : : :I II are forced to pay five dollars a all members should terminate their Is, before the score keeper took

and Leggett his playmate on second : C. rUilllnn. If : : : t : : bushel for the limes it to membership in existing down with writer's cramps and
I I caves, ., .. ::::: I same coopera
accounted for three runs each. H.II. p .... ...... 0 0 0 0 suspect someone of enIcroaching tives. It does mean, however just couldn't go on.
None of the South Miamtans made i Ennle. ........... I 1 1 4 1 : onthe boundaries of that all officers, all directors and There was plenty of talent from

more than tingle run: The base To.... ...._..... ....14 10 to I iI 1 .1 1l honesty. However, in a majorityof all members shall work in their Individual I which to draw when the game was
hit were made by Porcine and I
called and before the seven Innings
instances when the actions of organizations as in I
fnntnn I. a 4 B 0 T
four were made by South MIami. '0. Miami ... ... 1 1, 0 0 101 the "middlemen" are assailed, the one gigantic, smooth-running ma- : were oven more than. 100
There were eight errors evenly I Brtok.rTwo 0 a I had chance
0 'I I true reason for criticism is the fact chine. In a machine the cogs are players a to perform.The .

divided between the two teams. hear him, "c C: Carter. Juh_. that the farmer does not under- not cemented into one mass of! official lineup of,the shade

The horse hide got a good work:Sulllvaa. Bbliopi thru "ka a hit., Job,>oal .stand the working of the packing Iron, but are separated, each performing caster Was: "Hartnett" Caves,
out In the South Miaml-Brooker bra en 'ball.-.eft Jr. Hinlwa S. Hall S. .1 "
I Can *, attach out, br Jr. H...... t. Caves system.A a specific duty and each 0 e h r I Fuch, "Crossetta"Hobbs
game Friday night It was walloped ,14, kite at Hall I In S innlaa.,, off Caves 1 dependent on the other In order to "Pepper" Martin, "MeCosky" -
far and wide and frequentlyby IS ,In S tnnlnm taalni pitches, Cam .mI few farmers have remedied
I pin.. Hln.r and llnaora.Otkat their problems by turning to the operate efficiently. If these machine Fowler, "Hell Rolf Blake,
both sides, but the .1
up-coun- "Appling" Dobbins, "Silkirk" McConnell -
parts cease to In
tUns! gave It the greatest going pane raln.4 aut raising of new products, or by en- and the operate and "Gordon" Olson. The
unity deficiency Is not corrected
over These boys made 15 base I MONDAY NIGHT, JULY 14tlraakar terlnif some new phase of business the machine will ultimately lineup of the Leans was "Dimag-
This be method of solvingthe
hit and collected the same num- AB R DR PO A It I may one fail to and gio" Dudley, 'Rlzo" Ruel, "Green-
.. ..,... run perform work.
Wtttkop f> SO 1 problem for a few for
ber of runs The Homesteaders,!,Due Sb .. ?........ ...... S I 1 4 1 i 'Ia'h Up to now a majority of the cooperative berg" Atkin, 'Flask" Dona, "Babe
base-hltted 10 times and crossed.Klnard ., ...... ....... a 0 0 I I .i iK. time, but since everyone notable Ruth' Davis, "Jimmie Fox" Shaw,
home the number of Sullivan Ik ..__ S I 0 1 I 1 (and I sea no reason why he organizations in the
plate same Tkomaa, ......._ Redland district have "Dizzy Dean" Knight "Dickey"Slas
|IT. rf I I 0 I failed to do
should to surrender all of his
occasions. !,o. Bullies, af .._. I 0 I ) the duties that institutions of this and "Klein" Walten.Lm .
Hrookar Ib 0 1 '* 1Caw. 'property plus the work and money i
It was more toward the tall end I
I .. t .... .. ; 0 : 0 type should perform. During the
he has It and start
of the tilt that the sock-test waxed''C. spent on
W I 0 1 4 :
hottest. Up until the fifth inning'|{I Gunk a ..... ..._:: '.. I 0 0 1 : II I anew, it Is of necessity that we entire period of my residence In! TNt
Bryant o. .... .. 00 0 0 0 must find conservativecure. this section I have not heard one
there were only five runs made by .. .1, a more

each team. The sixth was the center I Totala' ................ ...if a IS .41, member of a cooperative state rQ

of the hurricane, when very Harm AR R BH PO A Perhaps the most talkedaboutcure

little action occurred. Then In the I Yuan, af .. ...__.. I ( t z'l la the cooperative movementbut
O.rro..h .__. I 4 4 4 4
seventh South Miami went hog 10.C..bell. aa ....... I I e 1 because it is continually and
wild and scored ten times. Brooker Smith. Ib ?. ....._.. I 0 ( | aKteM I wrongly spoken of as a "cure-all",
Ni.on at .. ... ._...... 1 I 0 I
worried the ball around, too, but ('....hl... _._..... a 1 I 4 1 0 l the people expect the Impossiblefrom
ended the game with but five new N.I..n. .. ...... ... .... I I I I e the organization, thus furnishing
MrO.nle t rf .. ....... s I I .
run. Ik .... .... .. I I t II 0 e one Important reason for
Caves, working the mound for MlitMU.. It ..... ... I 1. ITotala 0 0 failure even before the start Is

Brooker, was hit 13 times In five ..........?.......It I 1 SI 14Hrookar made. Then, too, it Is impossibleto
Innings and allowed eight free I operate a cooperative without
'nnln_ I. 1 4 B a I
walk to first He struck out four I ( ( a ( cooperation.

batters. Junior Hughes, the South Ha.. .- I I I I a A successful cooperative needs

Miami deliverer, permitted three Three bus kit. Nelson t _1'1_. for Its leaders men who are not
free walk and fanned two men. 1 Coves ......b.. Diem Barrow t. Field N..K only efficient and trustworthy, but
ann la Borrow to FM4 g kaaa on ball. .affi
Old Jupiter Pluvlua took a handIn Cawa I, Nelson It truck aut, .by N._ I.implraa. who also have the full support of 'G. R. OLDENDORF & CO.

the proceedings' when. the Per- Bloat and Bloaan I ISa. I its members. The co-operative'

rine-Home game, the second halt Miami AB R BH PO A R Instead of attempting to compete
of the evening's entertainment w.,......". Ib... t 1 a t\ with and injure other marketing
.. .
Tun. Ik 4 0 I T I 1
C. Carter p. If _...... I 1 I I 4 4 agencies should strive for elimination
Rudolph Gossnvtn Gets 8.C_". Sb ...... 4 I I S 1 of unfair marketing practices, PLUMBING SUPPLIES
J..kn.on. If, af I 1 t I
Degree From UniversityRudolph p.../. 4 _...*__ I I I I 1 ( Improvement quality its products -
Rumbas tk.. ......_...... 1 0 I and an efficient, smooth-run-
I. Craakatt. if I I 4 41an
Cowman wa graduated !.. >f .. ..._.:_ | ( | t IKlrkland. I[ning organization: cooperatingwith "We.meet mail order house prices"
.( ._....... I I I others; of Its kind.
from the University of Florida it. H..,..... p _.._ | t 4 I .1

summer school Saturday With a Tnt.kt..ss ... .. ii ... .1 Instead of having a number of 25 Flagler Street Homestead

B. S. degree In education. Mr. I like cooperative organizations In a

Consman was vice-president of the Parrlaa AB BR PO A I district like our own, each requiring
.... *k ,,__ s/ s 1 i .
graduating class ...--. ft ._....... 4 I I ita member to support the ex ,
He returned to Homestead on t Caaipk.il. ..... 4 I 1 I I | pen ee of such an organization, and
Daaa. p ___ t I I I I
Sunday ,...*....."" all fighting against each other in
II....... 401=: So order to forward their Individual

Martin. af !T!.. (11(4 interests, it would be advantageousto wilt torn to your baser erary oar through
DISPLAYS PAINTINGSMrs. J. 11_ sf _.. I I e eeles..a.
., 110 __. I 4 1 combine alTsuch institutions Into ,THI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR 1A. j
Maude Chandler ha on, Uwar*. aa ..___ ..J J I I one. Aa organization of this
j Issawa o..f Ddy Nees 'IwIt !

display this week at the Miami Teak _.. .._.....SS I* 14 tl / 4 type would be able to maintain wad,the two w weld'.moaa.tr..aw area "...M.Naedo"
Federal Galleries, 1TS7 N. Bays bore salesmen in various marketing W ., am ,assn arm.
in"Ina.1, t / 4 s f but /min =.::with ==..= top :. .d w She I!
drive, a group of her paintings In ... Miami .....__. 0 e I a a e epsi centers of the nation, thus Increasing ...a,. amikedose 1b WMIIo II......... ..mt.a, i
both water color and oil and a collection too ..._. a a I. a the number of sales and wouldbe

of Chinese antiques. Two bat hills, M.Is, T..drich. Marti. able to sponsor an extensive Ta = Brtanat Mlle te Beauty
I O**. .. aaatap -- .
: atnat. if tta
bass mo balktate Get 1. Des. 41.t.a.a advertising campaign thus increasing f
wt, by (a.-1, H.-I.DoM'1 PtoaaajMar mt HbsaraXttaj I* Tb. CkrMM BakiDW MoalUr fie
111M air o..ae I. a hv.i.aw off Ie. the Dumber of consumers. l?:a its
so ( anUwM4* iMaathaHM I mootk IIMlaana
Dr. R. Elliott I, Ameba e to 4 .......1 k-1-e .1IeIo.. These are) only two of an unlimited -. ,MlwUnc MaaalM SaalHW Vraat IS H,4 leaves lie
c..r: rtp4e.I w..r end 11 1
number of advantages such an .....
LCAdl STANDING THROUGH JULY IITaaa organization would possess. ,
CHIROPRACTOR > Wa test M.now. ....
I _. > I JTM Limes, for example, would be .. ,. c;.." --..
(ten. kUf. H*...tea4 Per.ive ... I 4 .... used a great dlallf they were uni

", '" \, raaaa* O' : : :=: formin Juice' content and were "
1V :
4 .Ba. MkMd . . "Mill I

I IPaste

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class of 1M1-will attend the

Ir r I funeral afternoon services, sis will in also a body the scout this iI i
CThe Churches ADS
I ,1 Henry troop, Brooker.headed Jr.by, ahd..l.tant Scoutmaster: I I'I'S '

'Scoutmaster Sparkman Holding RATE; First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion

Pall bearers, who Include neighborhood t line
.ae a pR Pr.,. Meeting Wadasdy Reunion pals, teammates and classmates

rRINCBTON-Tha Ste.. t P. eo.t will be Lester Archer, Tom
; ..... Sundae shed ..... pranoblne Harris, Jr., Howard Lamb, Jr., Q. FOR RENTFOR LOST
: : 10149 .. s. Red 1:00 Po ... Junior Lowe
Harvey Rue and James
In. .t ':sot young parol.'a a.etlns
; ,.... Fear".ring Wednswap at NesbitL The Class of 1941 of RENT-Furnished two bedroom LOST-Horse mule, brown body
.. ..
which Preston'a mother was room house, also furnished black legs and ears, right ear

I EPISCOPAL mother jointly with Mrs. Ben apartment Reasonable rent split $5 reward. Dave Felder

IT. JOHN'SB.. .*..... .?... and Archer since It started the first All conveniences. Reduction to Modello. (PJ28)
..atraat Homesteads tha Ha.. R. F. grade voted at a called meeting right party by the year. Eva ,

.. row and white of the large wreath Highway.

METHODIST that will be Its floral tribute to A HEALTH VACATIONthis

their beloved late GOOD, cool, roomy apt for rent
: :: ; HOIIIIITEAD-Th. ..... J. I. Richards. member. year If you have arthritis
-. Preston, an only child born Private bath, reasonable rate.
Sunday shod at aria a. a. ; was : rheumatism, constipation, acid
:: _. .hln.. Laaiiw at 11 at a.IM....and m.1 JiM HI Laaiua a. .. in Waycrosa, Ga., Mrs. Bird's for' Aik at Western Union. (ml7tf) stomach, heart trouble, asthma,

; ItM p. ra I Senior League at a 10 p. m. mer home two years after his I Indigestion, stomach ulcers, catarrh
..,., Wonting at T.SD FOR RENT-Furntahed bungalow
p. m. WadnaadaySILVER parents first came to Homestead or any other ailment,
| ALM-Tba *V.. with fireplace, hot water, new
J. B:
W.IIar'1 His
father founded
i | ..... Sunday arhool ovary Sunday at ; the Bird electric refrigerator and atom come to gorgeous N.' C. this sum
I a. m. : machine services. an tin, third Chevrolet Co, now owned by a mer. Write Mir., Sun Diet
fifth Sundays M 11 .. a. and leap ... Fruit trees In yard. InquireLeaderEnterprise.
brother City Councilman W. R Health Resort, Rt No. I, Box 1ST,
PRINCETON, .... ..
Wallar '
= ; preaching at I a. ..i Sunday Bird later established the PrestonB. High Point, N. C.
at It, I Bird Motor Co., Buick-Pontiac FOR RENT Connecting rooms in
I recently a term
business section. Bargain to
lha Ra C. O. News
at II a. a. j praarhlni paator.at "too Church... B. I aa mayor of Homestesd. He la an right commercial firm or tenant or unfurnished. I have year
prayer and Bible stud, Wadnaf active civic leader and works untiringly seeking: office desk 'round clients Benjamin W.
at 1 ..10.RIDLAND. or space.
: In public-spirited causes. Morris" registered real estate
COMHCNITT Address C. S.. care Leader-En-
... .... C. O. Marion, ....... Church He has served several times as terprlae. broker, N. Krome ave., next to
at lit praarlilni at lit Eaemth general chairman of local committees Baptist Church. JuUU)
at <>" Midweek prayara aad for the President's Birthday FOR RENT-* acres best plneland
study Thursday at 7 iM.PRESBYTERIAN HOME laundry Mrs. Jernlgim
Ball. just cleared and dragged. Will
820 S. Krome Ave.
CHURCH Surviving Preston betides his scarify for cash tomato renter.

.OMISTBAD-X.. seems. at N. lath parents are his grandmothers, Mrs. Phone Miami 34853. JyJ8) BE INDEPENDENT earn a worthwhile :
..... ....
The. Goa H. _"'..
i Agnes L. Bird of Miami
aehnal at 10 a. m, preaching at II Beach and salary and Improve your
m. i young people' awing at f ,M p, .. Mrs. R. L. Atkinson of Homestead; FOR SALE present business by taking the

July SO. Morning subject: six uncles C L. Bird of Jacksonville course In dietetics, either aa a

"OpportunUr. Wasted or W. C. Bird of Galveston W. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for home resident student or correspond

: I Used?" AI 7:39 Interesting R. Bird and James L. Bird of cooked foods-cakes, plea, salads, ence. For details, write Mgr.

program to be conducted by I Homestead John Bird of Mlam.: slaw etc.,-at Hospitality House, Martha Washington School of

college croup. Beach and W R. Atkinson of New. IT W. Mowry street Dietetics, No. 1, Box 187.
,, ... tort Nou/e_ v..* Own aunt. Mra W I
: IT YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine I n'.1t g-vany n. w
: Monroe;;
of Homestead and Mr*.
BIRD RITES Pedrick of Waycross; and several wastes oil and fas. try I WANTEDA
OVRHAUL. Takes only 30 min
cousins, Including Bobby Monroeof
: utes to install, saves oil and gas
Homestead. up to 50%, Increases compression FRIEND WISHES TO BUY a
(Continued from Page One) Memorial services for Preston used lady's bicycle If price and''
and speed. Costs only $2.85.
to Xrlanger hospital In, were held at Camp Cloudmont P. O. Box 219, Princeton. (pa25) quality are right Apply Fred.erlck'

i for a special diag Tuesday nightAmerican Shoe Shop. Jy28)

: and he was found to have FOR SALE-House on two lots in

paralysis. He was put in: Boy Magazine Florida City. Corner on Eighth TUTORING WANTED high
: ; iron lung but school and grade school subjects.Mrs. : .
I Tuesday, the In st and Dixie Highway. Bargain.
I respiration was to no avail Companion to Thousands Apply J. M. Kltng, Box 82, Deer- H. / Armstrong A. &,

j I Preston was conscious until Just field, Fla. (JB-30) Plummer drive and Country

f few minutes before his death,I' Hundreds of thousands of boy Club road.CLEAN .

; ::! was not In pain at any time and young men read The AMERI- FOR SALE: Tropical plants citrus

I to his father Mr. and CAN BOY Magazine every month trees and troplca fruit In RAGS, WANTED Will

Bird, accompanied by Dr. J, and consider it more as a living season. Jungle Grove, Redland exchange subscription or advertising

I Smith who flew to Chattanooga I companion than as a magazine."It's road and Plummetdrive.. lor clean rags. Leader-

: : be with them were on the train as much a buddy to me as EnterprlM'
SEE!: AND BUY at Shanklln Variety
I my neighborhood chum. writes
F: brought the body Into Miami '
yesterday morning. Also I' one high school senior. "THE Grove West Florida City. In the City of Coral C.h.... Count of
L'f. with them was Mr. Bird's AMERICAN BOY seems to understand (t7tf I Dado State of Florida, aa embraced In CrrUflraM -
I. Na 1140 The autonomous of sold
brother C. L. Bird of Jack- a boy's problems and considers property under UM said Certificate Issued
I' who joined the them In such a sympathetic ..... 1114, nab Mil and 114*. Issued UM was In rims nanw of Unknown.Lot .
party and and day af Jaly, A. D. int. haa Wad ..... 10, Coronul limos Warahouaa Castes
helpful It
the train arrived there. Mrs way. gives advice In my offlaa. mi tni made application, for In the City of C-oral Oablaa, CoualyDado <
brother-in-law and sister and entertaining reading on every I ta< dud I* be Issued tharaoa. Bald Oat.tirirataa auto of rlorlda, aa ambraaad In Crrtlfk.1. -
: : : embrace the following described No tail Time aaMamrat of sod
and Mrs. L. E. Pedrick of subject in which a yqung fellow is .. ,.
Way- proparty. Is UM County oC Oii. Btala itFlorida .. "' under the maid C.rlirkat buurdwna
.., Ga., and their two sons, Ed I interested. It 'i particularly help- to-wlti In the name of Unknown.Let .
ful In sports I made Lot 1, Coconut Grm' Warehouse Center, II, Cooonut OMM Warrhouaa 40-014-fIn .
I and Larry came by automo, our school In the City of Coral Gables, County ofUnto. tha City of Coral Uatiln. County *t
to join with relatives already basketball team because of playing Sam at nor.., u embraced In Car. I I badaTlUt. of Florida ... tips I read In THE AMERICANBOY. ttflcata No Mil TIM UMMimnt of aM 1 No 2541. The auexment af aaidprniort
!. In comforting the family In property under the said Certificate laautdwu under. the sold l.clllcat. .hoard
time of grief.Accompanying. In the name of UnknownLot was In the name of UnknownLot .
Many famous athletes in all I, Coconut Gram Warehouse Center II. C.o.nutrove Warahoaaa Canter.In .
j. the grief-stricken In the City of Coral Gablea, County of the City or Coral Gab.... Oounty ,orDo.
from Chattanooga also was sports credit much of their successto Did*. Sate of Florida M embraced. In C rUflcata .... auto of Fl-I a. aa embraced In Or.tlfteala .
helpful suggestions received No. till. TIM assessment of held No I.... Tha aoMatm.nt of aid
: B. Summers, a former principal property under the aald CartlflcaU Issued .....'" tinder tha hold CartlfteaM Issued
Homestead High School, who from sports articles carried In THE one la tko some of Unknown. was .In the Oman of Unknown. .
: AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Virtually Lot I, coconut urwwa wareaoua. iwnwr.n Lot ,". coaonwt urova warenouaa vwnwr.In .
; and operates Camp Cloud- -: UM city of Coral Gable., County ofDada. the Clip of Oral Gables, Coualy uf
: and for years has been a every Issue offers advice rasa of Fiorina. aa embraced. In Carllflrata Dada, Rate. of Florida, aa embraced In are
II' Uli.... Mo 1>I4. Tha aaera.ni.nl of aaldproparty
from a famous coach or player. ho. TIM aMeaament of aid
friend of the
family. He was property under the mid Certificate Issued under tha aaM CartlflonM mnlodwn.
back to Mentone however Football, basketball, track, tennis who la tin MUM of Unknown. In tho memo of Uaknown
In fact every major sport U covered Lot 4. Coconut Crova Warehouse Cantor Lot 14, Coconut Onnra Warehonaa Canter,
:: a telegram advising him of the i I.. the City of Coral Gablee County of In the Clly of Coral Gablai. County ofDada
: : : .. of his infant daughter, in fiction and fact articles. D>ada, sate of Florida ai ambracad. In Or.lUrata Sate of Florida. u embraced In Ceittricata -
I Just about to enter him I Teachers, librarians, parents and No. 1611. Th. ._m.nt ft sold No. 1141 The -.._n. of amid
junior : property Mader UM said OrtlfloaU .issued property under the maid Certificate named
In high school, young Bird I leaders of boys clubs also recommend ma I. the name of 1Jnkn... was I. the same of Unknown
I Ora,. Cantae IS, Coconut Oroie warehouse center
THE AMERICAN BOY enthusiastically : Connul Waroaoaaa Lot
already his H ,.1.
I won in both In City of Coral Gable. County air In, the City of Coral Oablea County in
[ and baseball, was sii They have found Dodo SUM of Florida, .. Dumb..... In Orllftraw > D.... sea of Florida aa ambracad In Car-
: of the that as a general rule readers of No. ..... The aaMwm.nl of aaldaroparty tiflc.t. No. M44 TIM assessment of aaldproparty
l orchestra andar tha said CortlflaaM issued under the sold CertlfleaM ....rdwaa
band and had been elected to THE!: AMERICAN BOY advance woo la the name of tJek.... In the nama of Unknown,
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: : : his class more rapidly and develop moreworthwhile ''' Grow warehouse Cantar, Lot IS Coconut Genre Warenouaa Cantar,
the -"c'I
on student ; of Coral Gable. County of ,In the fly uf Coral Gables. County fit
during the next school characteristics than do D.... Sate of Florid. .. onibraoW la Cor.Uflrala Dado, Stata of Florida aa embraced In are
I He was a bright student boys who do not read it No. "17. The ...._.. of Mid tI,..... Mo. 1147. Tba aa -ineM af aaidproperty
as Property maW tha hew certificate bawd under the aaM Certificate) bed
I as a good athlete and a bril Trained writers and artists, famous woo In the ama of Unknown.Lot waa U the named Unknown.
future had been coaches and athletes, explorers T, Coeonut Grove Warahauaa Con'"., I II. Unlaai Dow Cartlflcalaa shall .ba rada.mrj
predicted I.. the City of Coral Gab. ., County of ordlng, to .... the amps to aeeerlbed
him in both sports and scholas scientists and men successful in D.do. sat of Florida, aa aaibraaad I. Car.tfleata therein. will W aald to the hlahait bliMer at
I achievement. He I business and Industry join with No. ..... The aaaeaement af Mid the Court House door on the lint Monday
was a patrol .roporty under UM held CortlfleaU hmaSwaa In the month of A__ I.... whisk la the'
In the Homestead troop of | an experienced staff to produce in la the Name of Unknown.Lot of August! '.
Scouts and was a member of THE AMERICAN BOY, the sort of ...cc8..7 Warahouaa Center 'l .aJ tab 1110 ../.? I...,. !.!.,
j I. UM Gables County of L B. LEATHCKMAM.
original safety patrol othe reading matter boys like best I Dado, Sate of Florida, at amaraaad In CarUflraw Clerk of Circuit bra; ,
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'i'' : cans .....
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Lakeland. July SI (Special)-- 21c :Forl9cSTOKLEY'S
Dried citrus pulp, a Florida .
,!duct made from pact and pro.-j':
, f idlrui retu.ertN ti PLAIN
Jo bw pulp In all roped and can VACUUM PACK.EDCatsup FACTORY PACK
R replace it In the cow'i diet,It was Flour51b.box..23c
"r'. announced her by Or Wayne M. Coffee
Neal state animal husbandry expert
following three years of re-

: teal lids ch agricultural work conducted experiment by the Fto.u- Lg. size -l.5c: lb.33c SIbs. 4c 10 lb.bag.. 44c

: tlon.Dr. 20 lb.bag. file
: Neal spoke ate meeting of ..
executives of Polk County chambers -
of commerce, ewpapermen PHILLIPS DELICIOUS ARMOUR IFOR
: i and other Invited nueat

:, An announcement of cltrvu and beet concerning It PORK AND BEANS ............?.. No. 1 Tomato Juice Tall
equality pulp
.j i considered significant coming TOMATO SOUPVEGETABLE ........._._.._.... cans Ijc
I from an experiment station specialist SOUP ................ 3/
I i because f. substantial PEA SOUP .................._...__.. j IRISH COBBLE
.: In price favor differential of cltrua: to pulp.the Consumer Approximately SPAGHETTI ..........._............_.... FOR
2} per cent can be laved CELERY SOUP .......................... POTATOES 10 lb '
.' i by substituting citrus for beet pulp: ASPARAGUS SOUP.................. 13c, for 25c
where small quantities are pur .
:. chased. An even larger saving lapossible .
where large amoui/ls are Pillsbury'g Best ALLGOOD WHOLE PEELED WINNER MADE IN FLA. REG. lOo SIZE RED BOX I

Y involved.Dr.. Neal. said research results FLOUR51b.bag.225c ApricotsNo.2 Dog Food Super Suds
:' j. would soon be published by the
1 state. Cows fed citrus
; pulp produced -
1 slightly more milk than % can 1SC Gcans .25c 2 for ....1Sc
i those given beet pulp,be said,and
the citrus blproduct proved an excellent
., conditioner. The citrus
feed Itnphaitzed should, with be supplemented green grass,and he Oil Dill PicklesQts. VAN CAMP'S
( a good dairy feed. This Is also
i necessary when beet pulp is used. 15cSWIFT'S Pork and Beans No.2l/2! 2 for 19c
1 In urging Florida dairies to use 1 Gal.can SicBartlett r--- can,
the new product, Dr Neal pointed
J out that practically all beet pulp SUNBURST Chili Con Carne No. 2 for. 19c
f used In Florida originates In a can,
foreign country He suggestedthat
molasses, also a Florida bl Pears Corned Beef
product, be mixed with citrus pulp Red Beans, tall can, 2 for ....... 17c

I feed. possible The substantial, he laid, because saving of iamade No.2% can I5e Per can :l6e
lesser transportation cost Spaghetti, tall can, 2 for ....... 19c
+ Growth of dried citrus pulp in
Florida has been phenomenal in GREAT NORTHERN Fancy Uncoated Blue Rose ROYAL ARMS PURE GOLDCOFFEE
i the last three yean,Dr. Weal) laid! BEANS21bs..I5c
production this year totaling!
J" 12.500 tons compared with 500 I FLOUR
\ tons In 1932-33, If all available sibs.
:, citrus refuse were made Into pulp :lge l lb ......Z5C 17C 5ge
i feed, he laid It would not supply a B3. 20 LBS.
.:, Florida's needs aloneHomestead's .
GOLDEN RIPEBananas I SOFTER !Try-New ChurngoldMayonnaise

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3 lbs. .... :He: 3 for ....Z3e
D. L. BOWEN V2Pints..13c Pints 23c Qts. 42c

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MASSAGE ._ --.... 40o I' Tomatoes3lbs..25c SPRY31b.can.Sc Roll Butter Z9c
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Expert and uui fauna ami'lee.
A trial win be appreciated.P .

IF IT'SR I PEAS21bs.T. BUOY I lb. 24c

19C aA i 3 for ... 19c SUNLIGHT AMERICANCheese
flinTnUUrING' HIAITN 21b.pks
:: 39C
ONIONS3Ibs..u 0

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knows lb. _. :10C: '
the man that .n I
Pig's Liver 17cFRESH
how, do it. No Job SELECTED: lists REGULAR

too small or too biff Sweet Yams 1A 23c 9c .DRESSED LOCAL LB.FryersRoasters .
Prices right
5 lbs.for 1.7c 35c


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