The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00238
 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: August 4, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00238
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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STRIKE 1 Mango Melon Found. Growing Here WPARAIYSIS

I Is Studied for Possible Cultivation PARENTS {

SLOVSCUBANPEARJXPORT I I Possibilities of the cultivation W-Ida or' tar southern states, to far PLAN TO EQUIP NEW j jI
ChI Redland District at the mango a. he know, and that Its presence I i VICTIM
melon vegetable Indigenous to. theN here probably resulted from
England state, art being considered seed carried ta fertilizer. Whetherit
by r. M. Henderson can adapt itself to the local'I HOSPITAL WITH RESPIRATOR !
Princeton. climatic and other growing conditions ,
Mt. Henderson found a vine It problematical he said. :

Tie-Up of P. &. 0. Steamers bearing a number of the northern The mango melon reiemblet a ''I I IntrIoW Machine to Be
vegetables In his tomato farm on watermelon In both exterior and THE WEATHER ,Life-Saving
Expected to Have the roadKA1 Largo Tuesday I __.......... ... Available to All in
interior but Its size la '
appearance a..kwh ah.r,.. 11_.....
Good Price Effect
and took them to Charles H. Stef about that of the average lime. It a"--"I I' South Dade
I .ai'.1i. 1
font county agricultural agent, for has the odor of a ripe watermelon.The .

AVOCADOS BRING Identification. vegetable is raised In large; July 228 r1 I, M IS 'VAULT COMMITTAL
Mr. Stettant said
$1.75 AS TOP MARK the mango quantities throughout the New July 29 i M I M ;30.07 Uf TUESDAY
melon baa never grown In Floe.IIORNEPERRINE England states and Is preparedfor July SO .1.. SET FOR 3

eating like pickle or preserves, July :SI 91 71 $013Aug. -
Lime Movement
SluggishAs Mr. Steffani said. 1. 90 70 31Aug Tentative Plans for Service

Northern Markets Whether the mango melon can 2 n 71 130.09 UII Made as Completion -
Remain FilledA be produced In sufficient quantities Aug. 3 70 ;|39.06 NearsAn

TO BATTLE FOR for commercial use can be de- I

sharp up-turn in the move- termined only by experimentation, ADVALOREMTAXABOLITION "iron lung" for the proposed eI
anent of local avocadoa hat fol- Mr Steffani said. Homestead municipal hospital will
lowed the strike of.seamen which HALF-WAY' FLAG I Mr Henderson said Intends to be purchased by Mr. and Mrs.
tied up craft of the Peninsular & plant a number of hills of the New HELDBACKWARD I Preston D. Bird as t memorial to

Occidental Steamship Company Diamondbsft addict are In for England vegetable from the seed their ton who died of Infantile ,
et Miami Tampa, Port Everglades name superlative entertainment to of the present vine. paralysis In Chattanooga lost t
and Key West It was laid here Mr. Steffani'said extensive cul- STEP of .
r.llhwhen Home leading the week in spite of the aid a res
GIla week. league with 11 wins and 3 losses tivation of the mango melon might I plra toe. ; y
Importation of foreign fruit hal and .Perrine, tflUing/by 'a.nosewith give rlae of a new Industry -la "Vtnung that-abolltiea of aQ ad Then 11-.rJold Hemtttad .
dropped alimfct 100 per cent with 10 and 4, will tussle for the South Dade county vegetable'preserving valorem taxes and substitution of''High School junior was attending
the result that the movement Into league ml-Maion pennant sales and similar taxes would be I Camp Cloudmonl near Mentone

northern markets has been somewhat The1 game Will be a regularly a backward step for Florida, recovery ',(Ala., when stricken and he died o
above the average for the scheduled tilt but should Perrine DISTRICT WELFARE BOARD from which would require ,Tuesday of last week In a Chattanooga -
time of the rear Avocado prices win. the two top-notcher will be OFFICE OPENINGS ARE SET years Representative George Holt i i hospital after an illness
have ranged from $UJ to $1.Tl tied for tint place and will be OUifies ef the District Welfare declared at a Homestead Rotary lof only five day
per bushel during the past week 'obliged to start an Immediate Board will be open each first and Club meeting Wednesday that the i Preston ambition was to be a
:Most shipments were made at t play-off Then the winner ef the third Fl'1da1l11ornin, of the month vicious proposal" would be one I physician and surgeon and aid
$130 rate while a few broughtthe second game would be declared la Homestead and each second and of the obstacles conscientious lawmakers children whose parent had no j
top price. The prices were mid-season champ. This team will fourth Wednesday in Perrine, it will have to overcome at money for medical services I ," sold
slightly higher than those ol the clash with the winner of the *eo was announced this week. the 1.40 legislature ,his father "We know be would .
preceding week. ond series of the season for tile Person who have requested Landowners in the northwestern want the children of Homestead
While the avocado crop this year championship of the entire '''lIOn. surplus commodities and clothing section of the state started the and South Dade to have within .
$t somewhat larger In number of South Miami which is bringing henceforth will not receive their move ten years ago to do away their reach such a piece of lifesaving -
bushels than that of last year the I up the rear In the race for the Hag, cards by mail from the Federal with all ad valorem taxes and It equipment a. ai 'Iron '
fruit Is smaller and therefore lest I put up a pretty good scrap with Surplus Commodity Corporationbut was only; by dint of hard work thatit lung..' l
productive of a rich crop it was I Perrine In one portion of the must call for them at the wel- was defeated this session by legislators -'i Tentative plant were announced Ii
aid. Packer are of the opinion ,double-header Monday night fare offices. Another change will who had at heart the welfare yesterday for services In connection .f
that prices are above the average be that clothing will be sent to the of the state at large, he laid.' with placing of the body ol '
and a steady movement will con'I (Continued on Page Three) stores which distribute food. 'Abolition of all ad valorem, Preston B. Bird, Jr., in the marble ;,
tinue throughout the season. taxes would mean that many vault that la being constructed for S

Cool weather throughout the Three Miles of Ditches Are CompletedOn counties would be Impoverished It at Paint Cerise try. Naranja. 'I
northern states, combined with the to the extant that they could not, The committal services will be .
seamen's strike woud have mad S. Dade Farms Reclamation render ordinary state serviee'and : held at the vault at 3 p. m. Tuesday '\
a record movement for avocados Project all bond refunding plans and other If bad weather does not delay I
packers saidMovement popular benefit would be halted," completion.
of limes la slow and by I huge Diesel-powered ;;:;w- strutted from the excavated material Mr. Holt tald "Dade County The service will Ml be private f 1

slightly under that prevailing during I digging machine and one of the *. The tint ditch was started would suffer and suffer plenty a* they win be a continuation .f ;f 1,
the last several weeks. Northern canal locks nearing completion, at a point in the glades five from unfair division of the ad the funeral service held In the .
miles south of Florida City When valorem tax-at aba ha from the ,
market are well filled at present the five-year of South Homestead Methodist Church last t
because of the demand Indo program completed the ditches will separate division of the gasoline tax." Friday afternoon. The cemetery
dent to the sweltering weather. Dade Farms Inc. in reclaiming the 10,000 acres Into plot of SO Pointing out that for 20 year service which usually follows the t tI

However, limes are moving mon 10,000 acres of land for agricultural acre each. legislatures have been passing tax I church service was postponed to i;

freely than at this period last year purposes la well under wty The lock nearing completion It (Continued on Page Three) ,await completion of the vault 1
During the past week they brought The ditches art eight feet deep I in the Florida City canal six mile
$L25, which has been about the and three feet wide and along south of Florida City Another
average during the summer each art 50-foot roadways con- will be constructed In the canal Gangster-Controlled Racing Attracts 1'

tour Florida and City one-half and two more miles will from be Many Law Breakers, Claim of Graham ,;t

Large Cucumbers Ripening in Summer I constructed In North canal six .

I and four miles, respectively, from I Horse and dog racing In Florida increase, according; to the speaker
Prove Pride and Joy of
Michigander 1* controlled by the gangster element AI Capon win come to Florida at ,

The locks are to be constructed and draws every known variety MOn as his' prison term ends and
Laurel E. Wilson a retired 'said the Idea was Impractical, and of Iron pipes 20 feet long and six I 1
of law-breaker Senator Ernest : even bOW his advance agents artliving '
man la going back to his, lale"l,the result, if any, would be small." feet in diameter, over which will 1 \
he used be concrete abutment. The lock R. Graham declared in a talk lit and about Miami; he said.
Grand Rapids, Mich., proud I He aald the fertilizer
he raised 13-Inch 'was of his own private concoction gates art so constructed that they at a Redland Distrclt Uon ClUb; Recently J Edgar Hoover, headof 1
tropical Florida In the middle of and this together with almost constant can be operated automatically or meeting Tuesday night I tie FBI, while on *I vacation al .i;
hot and summer. tending him a fair manually.The Miami Beach, pointed out every *
as unusually dry gave "This undesirable element 11
I kind of criminal walkingon
Mr Wilson and his wife came sized crop. Several of the cucumbers locks are for the purpose of reaches Into the legislature and In known ol the city Senator
the street
to the Redlands In March to make reached the giant class, but maintaining a general level of, some eases la successful In killing ;
Once he
Graham declared 1
their home with their son. Ralph the majority of them are medium water about the huge tract of worth-while bills," Senator I "
list of name of Miami Beach ,I
land and to restrain salt water I
drive sized. e
Wilson, Biscayne near
Graham tald Take the measure ,winter: visitors to Mayor LaGuarw f
lemma avenue. They plan to return He Is especially proud of one of from entering. that would provide II.200.000 annually ,dia ef New Yet* fee ahecklnf tat 'Ii
to Grand Rapids soon. bit squash vines. It U about 20 Smaller locks will be erected In for the poor *f the state:, Inform was seats had a fang 1
ditches ol each 10.tract i wow
Mr. Wilson started growing feet long and, according to Mr. the Those connected with the tacit 'criminal record 1
and flowers lOOn Wilson hat been growing about so that the tenant-farmer canregulate
fruit hit water level sew to it that It was two pasted I "A tthrUM to these problem rf r
17 Inches 34 hours duringthe'
after arriving. every And the track crowd also helped In I may be found la the rural aaeUoo," .J!
with 72-Inch
A master a
Those cucumbers are my last several weeks. He Mid pump
the avocado 11L. Senator Graham aald. "Evil 4oe' t] i
crowning achievement, because Iwai ha started "tImtnI" the plant after discharge and a capacity to maintain killing orI.lnate"I ;
advised against trying to he noticed the remarkable growth a water movement of 1,000,000 There are more gangster per ,not exist ace did It ':
minus, will be constructed capita In Miami tan any other I arena1 farmafi; therefore, place) 4
raise them, he takL "Many by measuring Its length at a certain gallon a \
told mt wining summercucumbers hour each day at tech canal lock.: city in the country and a* long asitht I the farmer In the legislature and
people the under- let him make the law awl l break '
to be Installedat tracks
was Impoeaibe and several Mr. Wilson says be has a Smaller pump art mbt"Ji
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dealers la seeds and fertilizer (Continued on Page Three) QM lock of tach tract 'world the D continue to the law-breaker"

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Para Two R'ILE'.LEAI"L2+IT"R 'RISII" ,._.< ,," .. .:, -N' ,,--. Priday",.August A, ;

GOD WIN 'WINNING Two MsxyorrfAre New r Car at Chevrolet '11
Members of Local C. of C., ) Unique Conditioning System Plant ] '

The roster of the Redland District -
Chamber of Commerce this .;
DISEASUEPORT week Included the name of twomayors ,
Edward Stilling of Florida
I I I City and Tom J. Harris of Homestead I
Barney Godwin, 17yearoldvictim
of a disease diagnosed u I The two chief executives signedup I
sleeping sickness, li recovering at trill week and promised to take

the horn of his grandparents, Mr. active pert. in the organizationsactivities.
and Mr Thomas Godwin at Birmingham ,
The chamber has started a
Ala., and may be able bership drive, with a goal mem-I
'o return to hit home In Homestead members. Letters ;
lOOn, according to word receivedby alms and working of the organization I
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and and containing membership I
application blanks have been sent
Mrs J. T. Curl of Homestead the I
eligible persons throughout
For three weeks Barney was In Redland District I
a serious condition In a committeeare
On the membership
ham hoipiUl. Now, at hi BlrmJn'-1 '
P. E. Mullen Herman h r rr
home, he I II able '
parenti Carl Anderson, W. H. Wood, O 4'4 e I
and about for short period and eat Wollam, Paul a
B, Parker, James t
his meal at the table.
Loaner Zeke Martin, Wilson Casb ,
Barney'g sickness has caused : and Charles G. Turner. .I
him to lose the use of his ,right'
hand and has affected his sight, I
but his doctor laid these condition Common Display Cards
will pan away during his recup-
eration period. Adopted by ShippersFor

Donation to help pay Barney'i !
expenses Incident to his llnesi the purpose of better advertising r I
continue to be received. This I Florida avocados, Redland ,
week the local Woodmen'i Circle District packers and shipper have

and the Helping Hand Society ofRedland adopted a common display card to ..... _.... .. -- '
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each pent the lick boy accompany shipments to retail ] -
110. Last week contribution dealers. Heretofore, a majority of I On of the _accomplishments of the motor Industry has been the placing of hundreds of thousands of into.B.obtlce .
totaling 1100 wire netted from a I the packers used display card in owners' hands the world over In absolutely uniform condition. Chevrolet does this In unique muster -
benefit dlamondball and which carried a personal advertisement ; In a building entirely separate from the production IUKI a Car Conditioning department takes the units after Seal .
game a aacmbly md inspection. Hers they are sot only Inspected but actually conditioned fat delivery. Details such as tin
along with that of the
campaign sponsored by Homestead jkeuiire,radiator enti-freer*.tnnsmieeion and rear ul greats motor oil,and ignition timing are thoroughly checked ,.
Chapter, future Farmers of 'fruit I. and adjusted for the locality to which the cw is Ins photo show the CM Comditsoed g dtpartmsMt tits t*
erica, of which Barney U a Am-j I The cards are so constructed ai flat plcntL where a staff o/70 framed mechanics turns ait about 5O em sabm*. '
to be attached to the fruit box or
ber.Mr.. and Mr*. R. L. I I be displayed alone. I II
parents of Barney, are with him I Concerns which have adopted I Il
In Birmingham. Mr*. Godwin the card are Parmaa-Lehmaa
wrote a letter to T.D. Mock, president l Packing Company, South Florida i :
of the local duunondball I Growers, Brooks, Inc, Frank I
league, which staged the benefit Lardon, Sam J. Davis and Joseph .
game expressing thanks for the Hlckson. I .'J,
financial aaalatance.

Pioneer Dade Resident
Swimming Classes Ate I
Held for Girl Scouts Succumbs Near Princeton I '
Swimming classes for the Home. Funeral services for Mrs Cynthia ,
w stead Girl SrvuU are being held E. Fry, (8, widow of J. E. 'I Y j
each morning at 8 at the municipal Fry, who died Wednesday after along ,
pool. Sparkman Holding, illness at the home of her'
ant scoutmaster of the granddaughter, Mrs. Lorraine An-
Boy Scouts, who has aallat-I Ireasen, Cooper road, near Prince 4
turned from the ton, were held at 2 o'clock yesterday I
life laving training course afternoon at a Miami funeral ;
vard N. C., has charge of the home. Burial was In the Miami
itructlon. in-I,Cemetery..
Mrs. Frank Skl Scouts of A native of Ohio Mri Fry came
Homestead Girl and Mrs. j to Dade County 35 years ago Besides I lliftPkfcyMFw 1
C. J. Parman attended the Girl Mrs. Andreasen she 1s survived / II I
Scout camp at Greynolds Park on ; by a daughter, Mrs Belle tot. HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Tuesday where Mm Skill had I Carroll of Illinois, and a son, W. C.
charge of a nature study class Fry of Yemassee, S. C.


New j j

SupplyWe If you lack the necessary cash to pay plumber, *

Have a New Supply of electrician, carpenter, and supply dealer for

Landreths', Simon's, and Stokes' home modernization, perhaps you can afford to

make your home modern with an FHA-Insured

SEED Loan.


... ..'V'...................%% A time-payment loan on the FHA Plan will take ,*


I : AND DON'T FORGET .$a **H i USE care of the cost of labor and materials. Reason-

Redland Brand FertilizersTO able financing costs. up to 5 years to pay .

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PLANT YOUR SEED BEDSAND' I convenient installments suited to your income.

'. CROPS WITH'Florida

' East ,Coast Fertilizer W. D. HORNE, CO. Inc. ;



Phone 5074 Skill
I\ I Frank L, Owner. Homestead, Fla. '

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LOCAL PLAYERS I I DIAMONDBALL '.lashes- '_ 1 I a i 1* d e .s. e sTw II S CUCUMBERSContinued I Work on New Cocoa

... )l1ano1 . .' 'I Post Office Begins Soon

SELECTED FORTOURNEYATM.B :I (Continued. from; Page One) I ":DMI hit,a.ft Oooa CamMI sTmw S a k km out 01billi b:: I I ( from Page One) -
touun and :' Cocoa Aug 3. (FNS-Bids for
South Miami made two counters Dean S Good Si mphaw ( method for Increasing the site of

!and held Perrlne to fit*. I II Knew I a squash but did not try It in Florida the eoAatruetion of a new $70.000
I ....... ft '"ill I postotflc building here were opened -
AB PO A RWlttkep He calls It the "buttermilktreatment"
I South Miami drew it* first and a r aSur. In Washington last week and
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and he ha
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only; blood In the sixth inning lb 1 1 construction Jh expected to lwMntul ." ;
). l4ullh ih a I 0 a 0 0 It work In the north.
A !team from the local dmmond- when its batteries Hughes! and Hn-fcit all a 1 I 4 I aR. The of soon Plum and 'pe'II-, i
boll Ira gue is going to strike nut 'Sweitier, crossed home. On the ,hnlbrn. It 1 1t t ; : : treatment consist snipping <.Hums have been on file .it II'p
C SiJIIv.oRnnli If 1 off u leaf nearest the squash I
for the national dtamondball other hand Perrme scored In all rf 0 I I 0 0 blossom and buttermilk I local post o[ )f e and Uio CwojCrmnjbcr j
chnmpionnhip but two stanzas with HlUon! thrd'I Graham. it . 0 I 0 a Injecting! of Commerce for more
I circuit drive. N..I' ,< . I 0 0 I 0 II through the plate where the l leaf I
wicker, clouting a
The players selected from the Bryant rf a 0 0 0 0 0 "The buttermilk treatment than a monthAppropriation.

Perrlne Brooker teami Home, have South been Miami enteredIn and I:second and Leggett, making, his a running two:base male iwat of I I II Cava Malhta,'p' ....: : ..-: -: -: -: .-0 1Totabs .-1 I;(Mr.makes rew Wilson squashes said.as big as barrels," I tore was authorised for the by new Congress ttrui \

I Seven men churned the air at the I ..... ,
SS 4 4 llMbtKtU. a I
the tournament to be held five which
) Deas Perrine twirler. + I He has saved the largest of his on July 1, IBM The lot on f
of I
night, starting Sunday, in Flamingo 'I the building will be placed is at
South "eras It.B R DR 1'0 A ;cucumbers to present to friends In
moundaman far
Park. Miami Beach. The Sweltzer, If .?. _.? S I 1 a e ,the North. the corner of Brevard avenue and
Miami, retired six batters Barrow, Ik ... ... 4 0
final are scheduled for Thursday Q. Campbell,'as"_:::: S S f I :i Orange Street one block south of j.
night and the winner will be eligible On the same night's bill Home Smith (b _._,.._ 1 I I 1 | the present postofflce.
to compete in the state tour won from Brooker to 8. Brooker Nl' .... of _... ........ e S I AD VALOREM TAX
Cheshire. 0 .__... I e a a 'I
nament at St. Petersburg later in started off on the right foot by N.laon. a .1-.. .. t e | Banker (visiting farm)-"'I
the month. scoring four runs in the tint inning H. Campbell. rf :. ::_ 0 : e : I (Continued from Page One) City I
Yoon. af .. .1 1 t 4 suppose that the hired man.
The winner of the state tournament but was out of step the remainder Vivid, Ik ...,'=:: -_, I I S 4 :1 bills based on an antiquated tax Farmer (who has visited bank) -
of the time with the result A_., of. rf .... I a 0 .
will be sent to Chicago where iMoOaaM .......... I 1 1 structure with the hope that it -"No, that's the first vice-presi ;

the held national for the selection tournament of the will top-be scored that,, and only that one In more the tally seventh.; was T........ ...._._.-IT 1 ii I 1 would "hold together" until it dent In charge of cowi."-The : 1
could be revised, he said the saturation Booster
Home didn't start scoring until i
championi. a-a.; VA whir. alaain0 ran accord.Hit point has been reachednow ;I Ir
the fourth Inning when one man _... .
The Miami Beach tournament is .-- for Anderson In and It la up to the coming
open to all teams between came in. But In the next inning ]
Key 1"1 IBraokm d a e f legislature to get the state out of You GetGoodLooking
West and Vero Beach which the boys went berserk and slammed ... .... .
comprises .. .. 4 e 0 the tax muddle. He foresaw a I
the fourth dlamondbaU district the ball high wide and handsome Horn. ...... S e f Shaves )
1.:special session to "straighten out
for six runs.
Two ..... bits" Mlatrat.... Smith I base on the mess." '
Ansel Barrow, manager of Eight: strike-outs were divided I.Wlto-offl M.thi. S, Coven a, Nelson 1 : I Representative Holt does advocate With This New
Nelson Horne struck ant. b.. Malhla I. Caw I. hfelmi 0 i
Homestead's between
tournament team, announced evenly bib art i Matkla I In t a.1 ....1..., off, elimination the state ad I
that Henry Schweitzer, hurler, and Caves, Brooker pitcher. Cav<. In I 11 1..1..1 ...In, pitcher. valorem tax, however, With the revision -' l
South Miami lEach allowed three free journey. Caves wnplna, Oaauna and. since** allele j
pitcher, will occupy In force, there would be no I II

the mound In the Miami Beach Ito' first MONDAY NIGHT Il'LII I need of a sales tax or other additional 6 i
play If he Is eligible. Nelson I double- '
Roy The best game of the era. Miami AB R 1111 PO A It taxes, he said as there ,
of Home will be dellveryman If;header Friday night was that between Waubnrr. I k, Ib. ITiwirUa 0 e 1 1 a I would no longer be any neccs.lt,
.. .. I Blade
Schweitzer Ib 0 0 0 I e
Is ..
unqualified. the Homestead tea m H. Crochets. Ib, a. .. I S o e,for not making honest tux assess
Others from the local league :Home took the long end of a 5-to-4 Snyder. Y .... .......... a e I 0 1 ments. I j
C. W. Carter, Baf.. 0 Iluhnwa. e
who will play in the tournamentare : affair started out with
count The If .?._........ s 0 0 S .lOne of the "vital" issues which
Ernest Campbell, Ed Brooke*. Brooker making four runs and Decker. >f. of ._.... I 0 a 0 1 .the legislator predicted for the \ At 1h rice I
Gene J. Crackttt if... I 0 0 0 0 e
Campbell, Bob Crockett, 'Home three in, the first inning H........ i. Ib ......... 1 I I S eKirkland. 11940 primary will be county re I
Angelo MlstretU J. I. Smith 'The goose egg were dealt out of ....__ 0 .!1 districting "It would be a stupid
Charles Sullivan Stanley; Witt- evenly until Horne took a spurtIn .__. o .......... ..J -I -1 -e I +,move to place the problem of redistricting -

I top, Billy; Hllson Aubrey; Cheshire the last Inning and tallied twice. Tolah..__.._ S. t .t IS 1 lParrlaa I in the hand of the leg-

I Sam Tendrlck, Young Deaf, Mathla and Caves, flinging for 'llature," he laid "The actual

I Elmer Sullivan and Harvey Rue. Brook, fanned three men, while I id ......_..... .AB I I R BH I PO I a A 1HIUoo (,work of districting should be 'v
I Nelson doing his chorea alone for imt n ......... i s .i e s i. placed in the hands of the county vsvateiall
raadrleka, >f .. S * .
Tobacco Sales Near5,500,00Pound I Home sent five back to the dugout [>na. ............... ... 1 0 ( 1 e commissioners." '
Brooker made a single error: ILCaIll........ a ...... I t t T 1 < Representative Holt said the recent ,
in the while Home's faux Simmon. lk ....... .. S S e S S 4! ; tltaAa: 'M11t
Mark game Martin of ............... t I e legislature was outstanding, aar1'bfGlvd'
pas totaled two.. liobna rf .......__. I | --1 not for the passage of bills, but ,tf a4p.
A Live Oak, Aug 3. (FNS)-ToJacco In the night's second game, Per- ,J. B Mears-If ..:... t I e Itdwanb. ',
aa.... .... 1 e 0 1 I 0'foal. :tor the defeat of, measures that
sales on warehouse floors nine players had till! feel of thbat little Elavwt4 rr
,had value showed
were neared the 5,500000 pound with the result they; rolled in ......_.. .. ....14 a al :; ,promise little of future or good. Accomplishments !

mark at the end of a tour-day t runs against South Miami's 2. )setae1 t a 4 a e I Tso. I of that session Included .
week of auctions. The cellar men made a stab at a Miami .. 0 0 0 a 0 .
the'.Ixth ...rrI.. .... 1 11 1 0 a passage of the citrusylaw, drlvers'
Depending on grades offered, rally In with two rum license law, adoption of a YOU whisk j
prices paid by after giving the score keeper no Two ....* bits HmhM. Lnn; home wiry
buyers I
company; .
run.. HiUoii bass on ...11 a-off i CartrIwvltMV a, criminal code, adoption of a teach
were running from three to ten previous work at all. Perrlne kept S. Dean I: ..rook out. b f Caller :ers' retirement amendment and stubble la a Jiffy-
cents under amounts given for the score keeper earning his salt I. S..ltaer *. Dna T; hits off i Carter I to ) and save money too-with the
I Innlnn. off SmlUar I III I in"Ina.ilest appropriation for Everglades fire
Identical grades last year This by; steady work each inning ,. pitcher, Canon urn .., lain and contol.A Thin Gillette Blade Edges of an

range held true at all Florida and Brooker fizzled: out after makingthe Slncor. system of state-controlled tax Improved kind give you refreshIng *

Georgia selling points Florida's two tallies. Morns AB R 1111 PO A X assessment advocated by Mr. good-looking shaves every
tobacco Is lacking in body and Eight men fell before the deliveries fount, .f ............ ... t t 1 I 0 0 time and protect skin I
; Barrow Sb .......... .. 4 t t a 1 0 ,Holt "Dade County i* the only your
of Deas Perrine hurler while
thus yield per acre this year and 0. Canpball.. ..... I 1 I I 1 0 of the 67 which assesses property from smart and burn Gillette
the general average quality; also, Good South Miami pitcher, accounted Smith Ib _...-_.... .. I 1 a I 0 lone alone could produce, and i
for five bat failures. Deal .nnhlra[ t .......... .. I e 0 4 in accordance with the law '
are below normal. McDanM. H .. I said. "However, counties sell at only lOc for 4, a top
!gave five I free rides and Good four- I Kl.ld Ik _....-.::..-.:: : I : : : the many #
balled Nelson. ..... .,. ... ... t t I 0 1 1 are seeking to learn Dade'smethods quality blade like Buy a
only apalr.
TOBACCO INCREASES 1 ...,....... If ...-..... s 1 1 0 I and have been sending package from your dealer today.
...... ... 1 0
Stepping from thirteen The : 01 t 0 0
up acres scores 'representative here to get firsthand "
- -
last year to (5 acres this year, I. Totals....................! T SBiMkar a1 Information'. '@1Jlllftttll.d.; Ar* 6s; "of'Orthiimoks
Polk county sent 22,000 pounds of PmliuHlbm/ R JU1.T ilK PO A 1 ASR : PO Atu tl Popular opinion and money are Of Tlit ''''''tV.'Clllette .

tobacco to the Lake City markets Ib ............. I 1 0 e 0 *. Ib ........ ........... IWlttkop I I t l the requisites necessary; for the
lad week. This is the first commercial 1_..<1. >b 4 1 a 0 to ..._.. .. .. I9raokr. 0 1 el of bill, he said. Mr Holt hI ft "adft
CanpMl.: i iDM s. 4 s I. Ib .. I passage a
crop of yellow; leaf, flue- *. a ...... 4 e 1 a 1 I it. Su111.... Ib ::_ ." I t t : : ',hastened to say that by; "money'le 3 For 2S.
cured cigarette tobacco ever grown Kd-.ffc. '0. Sullivan. If I 1 : meant for advertising -
rf a a o I : expenditures
11.11wra t Graham, rf ::::::: I
south of Marlon county.; I. B. Moore.If.,1T.ndrkks. e 10. Sullivan d .. ...1 1i and lobbying-not bribery..
if ... ....... I a 0 e 0 i Reds: at ._......... ICam. 1 t .
Martin, or. aIfrruno. . p ....-.... ... 1 1 0 1 .
MARKETS BRING CASH .. ...... i ,-- -- --
lit I 1 a I sTbona. -.1 e e
The steady now of cash money l Neal a ..=:......:::: I e : 4 t t I I
into the farmer's TotaliS .._......._...i4 s sit t a .lUn.... .._..... 1 e 4ToUU. '1 I
pockets has substantially .. -
Increased since the advent *. Miami A8 'a BB PO A IS ......._... .?..Mt t IIm 3 Star Specials
WaMbmr.Tu w ... ... 1 1 e e a .1'
of State Farmers' Market ..l.. Ik ...... 1 1 a 1 -Hatted for C._ In seventh,
Cattlemen, particularly, have C. C.f ........ 0 0 I e e a- ...... for Naal In _... I
benefited. Good aB .. ..... a .1 1 I
Cnxkrtt, Ib ...__ 0 0 1 1Johnson. In.l.If. ....- I 1 8 4 5 a T I Fisher r
It .... 1 1 a ...... _._....... e t e 0Broubw 1931 PONTIAC SEDAN, nice condition,
LEACH STANDING THROUGH JULY SI Pvrrr.Huihai. 0 .. . ._..-._ 4 l mechanical condilion.
Team Wan L.-t ..Prt.H.r Ib .. .... a 0 1 IIS no draft body, good I 1
.. .. II s Ml J. Crakm. rf ..... 0Dark" I Two kw kite Barrow: host rum.1
'... .* ._ ._. ...... ... |' 4 .T7Bmtw of ._..... 1 e IT01141836 Seats: I _I'..... Wlltkop, baaa *n .kallaI PLYMOUTH COACH rood running shape I
..... I* 41 - -I I off I Nelson I. Caw 4| truck ant by M.loo 1933 ,
I. MlMil ... I It M I a at 9 1 4. Cam 41 uaplna Blake and Slaaor..I nice looking. Priced to sell. I

-'I 1935 FORD COUPE, clean, good motor, tires

fine. t


; We have 1932 1933, 1931, 1935: 1936 and 1937 I IFonts. It

at attractive prices. Also 1933 '

Plvrn6uth.:: 1936 Chevrolets and 1938 Chevrolets

Persian Limes and. Avocados ; priced to sell \

I Come in and select your truck. Tell us how you

i want it fixed up. Borne nke buys in late model

. MARKET, THINK OFGORDONHOBSON i; trucks that have been well taken care of.


; 'inc. i Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest .

Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast

i NARANJA FLA. In Business Since March, 1926

Homestead Fla. Phone 98

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weds slat"'
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..... w ..east .1.. mil matt" ClVSrEA.,1 I f I'
Mink I*, IMS M e W ""
t/rm..m.ad. rtarH. III4W Sao Mt d :
Man s. I* SOataM '

I. Dada* ml t..ts IMfe CM.;.; ::::::::'.::'.::: rLN H.N: I ;
Taxes on Every Bite I '-*'

All persons who have low incomes i : '!
exempting them from fed AUHOVGH TNS ,.;#
..-.llncom. taxes, and who blithers SEPARATE I ,(x

approve of federal spending SAFETY HAao. .I
under the assumption that the rich ftsr/s/ru SAMTO ,' ,;*

have to settle Aill ONlY A SNORT w
an weU-to-do will '"
the bill. should read the report of FROM : ,.'1
tt tttsriMfnv / .
the National Consumer Tax Commission ,tfINIAAI. ; : !

just out MSJIeINA qV It.
The oxnmissian! find that the r I
average low-Income family in New I
York; dy lake in .1,473.:5 year, rate THAT I : *t't

0d out of this pay $UM in DEVELOPS01MIZZV : ;
hidden taxes The hidden taxes 4 .
average, tor this Jew income class, : :

approximately the acme as the : ,A
federal ineome ts. average for r '_
families receiving ".000 a year. :
\\ "
Hidden Uxe to I
amounting *.'
$4051 are. tucked away in $97060 (

worth of food; there are hidden ( "
taxes-of (9214 in the total rent bill *'

of $438.T ; every $3614 paid out j
for tobacco include $111.48 In

taxes. almost\ one-tenth of clothing "
cast goes to taxe
Taxes of hidden variety special I
: ,
ise In consumers' good*-the kind N. 'NNe/w,MNN/N/M1 ,
of goods that people cannot avoid h d"Ub; CourtBy :
So the families which have to 'l' I
I : '
spend practically all of their Income Idre Malcolm Ilalfleld :,
for living expenses are the ..wNwwwmNNNwoNaww.wwN.ww.wwTHREATENING : ":'
hardest hit from the percentage '

standpoint The forgotten men may be forgotten -I I I CAPPED CHILD THE HANOI- : ; !'! I:' ,\

by everyone else; they are Some yean ago, the parent of a : I "
not forgotten by the tax handicapped bob asked court for I, :,
-Portland (Ore.) assistance In meeting their prob\ I ,
OOIltetorJ'l.I lem. After hearing the story, the jl
Judge urged them to seek scientific i ; : :
Sweet advice to enable them to i i: 'i

A )'Ollf1llady school teacher wasrecently I f I better appreciate their child and Moil's, I I !t
I ,
stopped in Detroit for his needsThe j! II ) "
driving through a red light and I!I psychiatrist whom the court '.
gjvtui$ a ticket,calling for her appearance i recommended finally advised the 1 j "
in traffic court the following parent that there was little science 1 I : )
i I
Monday. She "' .nrat once I could do to remove the disability,I ]] i I
to UM judge. told him that she had and that best course for them to :,
fat l Qe at her closes then, and asked follow was to Interest the :young! I
for Uie immediate disposal of her 'ster in things he could learn to do.i 1 |'I "
cant I The parent were cautioned not to "
".So," ..aldhi judge sternly, II show pity for the child openly or to;I J : .
"'01,1''''' school teachar That deny him the right of performing :
fine Madam, your presence here certain task The psychiatrist,J i : : \ fl I ( .
fulfills a long-standing ambition ; also warned the parents that gnat ,
for me: For year I have yearnedto tact and understanding would be; 1 I >:
have a school teacher In this ,required, lest they develop an inferiority -!
court Now" he thundered "yousit I complex in the youngster; i ; II ,;,;:
right down at that table over ,The psychiatrist closed the interview i I *
there and write 'I went. through .ft by Impressing the parents I f;
Stop sign (00 tune*. '-Maclean with the Importance of the fact I
)fl-aalne. I that their! ion should never be reminded ",'

.. ... NN.NNwww .wwwNNwwwwN. of his handicap but should i iI I ';7
be taught to do the things In whichhe : ,

] Today these parent have their ( ","\,
reward In knowing that their son Is I"x

By AGNEW WELSH. Miami not only finished high school at the ft,
head of his class but also graduated
from II business school, and
Will aviation scarcely out of its now holds I responsibly position. I "-
pinufotfs, Uncle Sam expect soon Those who are thrown into Intimated -: 1 I > .
to i rave 88,000 young men learning personal contact with him j
to fly for the army are unanimous in their belief that' 1
e e e he Is the happiest Individual they: '-
Tin said that coconut will win have ever known !I
the next world war for which we I .a : .
wean la be heading From the '
laser shell I* made a charcoal lined # ...A
la gag masks-those hideous poke In practicWevery> city and: I[ I :
lg things that make the wearer county throughout the' nation families jItI "
iwembto an elephant face This can be found' which contain .
charcoal i* the beat resistant to thesocalled both delinquent and non-delin' I
quent children The delinquent
mustard gas. so far :
found The Philippine and Dutch children from Such homes' usually
East Indies will be looked to for display a pronounced antagonism I ;\
the shell supply Mustard I* a misnomer fur some one In the family, or for I I
for this gas I II obtained by a member of the faculty at the I ,
a reaction of ethlyne and sulphur school which they attend. An examination {
monorttlorld and the explosion of of such a youngster frequently I
reveal that he has been
one of these shells can Incapacitate I
several regiments of soldiers. severely Injured at some time, or
Speaking ?f coconut reminds that he has passed through a serious
me that we do not have alt the Illness.
labor trouble. In Malaysia monkeys The obsessions held by such a \
are being trained to gather child are usually deeply rooted
coconuts that they may replace the that ordinary remedial measures I
tetouttly moving native. A nimble will not effect a cure To put such
Simian Is able to father a a child In a "' Institution doe I I
thousand out a day-the equlvafeat not remove the obsession\ itself butmerely .( I
of a half-dozen, workmen! causes suppression of It I I

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FridayAugvat4,1939 ." THE LEADER-ENTERPR.ISE Page Five '

I Shippers, Canners Being Sent Copies also"color has added"authority processes: to aspect, : and and he I I, REDUCE AND LIKE IT I ;

Of 13 New Florida Citrus MeasuresLakeland. 'regulate practices followed ia applying 1
I coloring matter in packing' Says Katharine FhhtrDiftaer
houses. The
-- citrus commission 1
Aug. 3. Special)- side Florida and offering it lor will make necessary regulation Good flowAseplag Joat/JM
Thirteen laws averting the Florida sale la such manner as to indicateit The citrus cwamkskm is given,

citrus Industry, all enacted by the is a Florida product Is made illegal -, full and plenary pn<<" to snake

recent legislature, an being distributed by one of the new laws. This' and enforce rules and regulation "A raflaclnt-Jiet regimen need not take the joy out of life. Oa the

by the Florida citrus commission legislation requires any person In, controlling the ;packing, coloring, 1leetrary, ft adds to it la the form of a trim figure sad a new testing of
to shippers, canners and Florida offering citrus fruit or preparation and processing of cit- wtD-bting. la tooommtnding a reducing program, doctor warn patients
other Interested groups The laws Juice produced er canned elsewhere nIB fruit, :under another new leg about tto verili of a rtetxfelod diet; to you may eontino eating snoot of
I were received U legal form from to notify the prospective islative measure. Purpose the the feeds J'OD1ib, bat cot dowa oa the quantity of the Web-calorie the secretary of stats and copies buyer ef the origin ef the product, act is cited to be "to the end that that tI- butter, other fats, tweets,and roods relatively big* *a
such methods and ..starch ,potatoes, lima betas saaoaroa, eta,
were practices affect
! mimeographed by the commission -, The new fresh fruit maturity; as 1'
for central distribution. law' follows substantially the provisions the eating and Iceeptng quill It h really a question of budgeting your ealorios, to have a list ef
' A ides and depreciate the value of typical vetrlntrt ot foods I and their otlorio value at
I' sheet ,analyst accompanies of the former act. but does I
citrus fruit may tie mmhniaed, If band for eonstast",- Wo lawn tank allot*..&
each measure. The new laws are:, contain several new features. not altogethereliminated. .bIe. This lint will make At.... for you to '(:ort oat
I bond and license, canners' embossIng -. One Is that all fruit must show e The'co'lor your daily allowance at alorttt when ylaaamg year
i cannen' Importation, nib definite natural break ill color be- added" process 1* mt In-, snot It,
fruit maturity, relating to fore picking Provision also Is eroded, coming under another law j
tawftd daily reseed of U,
The commlssHMi U at An keeps
discussed you
I tioiue practices, eal\ ft1' maturity, made for individual fruit test and length what ihouH be some I calories your meals. art It will hot to tong
I canneri' unwholesome fruit, color, destruction of any lot where 10% done tinder beam you need chock opoa others dab new and Ihoa. .
added, field box size, frozen fruit, or more fall to pass the maturity this Jaw a few days ago, bat the', For you will have learned about how many calories
I :wishing sheds, licensing requirements by Individual tests.! matter was referred to. till better this and bat food: certain amounts win add. That
waxes. .etc. Oranges must contain a minimum fruit committee which will contact 1 little eat of covers your fralt the extra vat of bt*.
I lem and maturity study.'OIIJII'OI'-'i of four gallon of juice per box, anew various Industrial groups and determine atr see tabs in a forgetful SMMBOS. *._the sprinkle at i I
| whether a public hear-1: eau far iajrow coffee add kaneMs of eatorlos al ooUTMaitM
The commission recently\ started provision. Under the former' ins should be held. Nona '(y. That is why MS should keep.a of el eouot of II
'I enacting regulation required by law, only fruit -teeter added" had JlirMMral item If row enduring business aori
several of these new measures. to pas a Juice content test The The field box law establishes as Trrl"--iitnjisg eiuTy.A faodls "fattening" only aa It adds to the total "
standard a box 1H inches long, laafn.a dally calories taken in. '
, Much work must be done by the juice content requirement for "
13 inches
commission during: the few weeks grapefruit la Increased 10%, and inside high and 12 inches wide,: Hake fenersns use ef the few-calorie food.-the leafy, green vOfO
I remaining before the start of the the citrus commission*has authority measurements, divided Into -; tables and fniito-lot being bulky they latllug at satisfaottoawittwut
1939-40 shipping'season, a* to raise or lower this requirement two compartments by a center, oddlnr up the aleri.. and they richlya to the vitamins
sult of thls-iewr .0': under another lawCh.n" < partition at least three-quarters end tntaoroh in your diet A* la eutting down so drastically on the day's
legislation.l inch thick. Each compartment calorfco TOS can use .. little batter and ejoanu-Joods that aro rich to
task facing the citrus board is approval have been made in the would have a capacity of 2400 vitamin will realize that M la necessary to depend BON than used j
of aU applications for license ratio of solids to acid for oranges [cubic inches. It.. made unlawful:'Upon 'Ir;groan vegetables for you supply, of that vitanila.Ose .
by citrus! dealers which and grapefruit, which it Is loped J
must be will do much to prevent shipment to use any field box which exceeds snit very sparingly in Booking and seasoning food at too 11
done by the commission i of immature fruit at 4900 cubic inches capacity; unless table, aa it Invites iner'es..1. weight. Avoid the habit 0 Jour between {1]
'owas a body. Arrangement particularly( the words "over size" are stampedon aaoalsj but it yon got hungry, drink some toatato ju..., or a sup ot hot (1
are being made to hold several I the start of the season. both ends In letters at least one I roth or clear tea, with lemon. Got laid long walks whoa you saa| they '"

special meeting during the Certificate of maturity must be inch high. The latter provision mill speed u, the wtlghUtnd-girti

summer to act on license applica obtained from the Inspection was Inserted to prevent destruc- Vs. on Armings sparingly for your salads, sometimes tnbititnMngtoolnd
tions. bureau. .of all fruit shipped from I tion or outlawing of many field dressing,which is of lower alone I raloo,or a little seasoned Issues
Under this new bond and license September 1 to December 1, but it boxes now In use which exceed tie Jules or Tintgar. A dressing of mineral oQ Is appotisiaff aid has ao calorie
law, the commissioner of agriculture Is illegal to ship immature fruit at new standard, and f value|but consult your doctor before rain. It,, aa roD weald before.using
use of fee
will Issue the license as before any time and Inspectors may con- words "over size" gives the grower j saccharine for sweetening JOur tea ox oonto.

but cannot do so until the application duct necessary tests whenever notice that the box Is not a regulation Contort yonr doctor before starting any reducing ""III... Find oat t
has been approved by the they suspect any particular lot of One ..If you are fa from oeroothis and andorsaordslng not because yes '
citrus commission. Posting of fruit 1* not up to maturity stan an a- laml cat or a oonstttaUoaally ohs..4)'ps. It is became attempt* at.eduefmg I
minimum bond of $500 with the dard. Embargo Permitted s : nay rtmtt taaorioas damage that the phyaioloa reaoats reducing
,commissioner remains, but the The frozen fruit act ms ndcrtolna 'wnjiout adequate medial aapanlsion "Sao yoitrj
Maturity Test Cited gives lie =
> fara you begin any reducing routine Is sound health ad ,
:power of the commissioner to snsjnd F.IJ1Ulie.. by canners most pass citrus commission authority to de- __m _____ --
or revoke license has hen the same maturity tests fruit ,dare an embargo on Ihlpment..rtrult '
considerably broadened. One exeption ,entering fresh fruit bauWlWI- when freezing temperatures] countlea hilt other similar house tiaras?
not contained in the occur. The may be constructed and operatedat .
( for- der another law. All fruit used commission will determine It was during the IsnpaneUiia f
:mer law permits who if serious Ibe diacrebea persons buy bjr canners between August 31 damage has a jury that the following colloquy
fruit from the producer and pay and November If will be impacted been caused, and If such damage i Another new act prohibits use oooorml:
cash to operate without a license for maturity and certificates is il found may, not less than three: of any composition in processing '"To property hoWett"
under certain conditions, subjectto sued. Canners will pay an assessment -- I days after the freeze, stop all sales citrus fruits, such as .soaps, oils I "Yes, ur' Honor. k
a permit from the citrus and wanes, gases, etc. until such pro "
commission of one cent per box to defray i transportation tor a period "Married or single!
costs of this work. It Is illegal at not to exceed seven days. Then !duct has been licensed by the commissioner 1 haw been snairied five yean,

till Acts Superseded all times, however, Just as with embargo would not affect hit, of agriculture Th your Honor."
The fresh fruit Maturity color fresh fruit to can any fruit which prepared for shipment and ell citrus commission Is authorized by "Have, you formed or expressed
another law to investigate transportation "
added. and bond and license laws does not meet the maturity, stan which certificates: were Issued an opinion
'enacted by the 18J8 legislature dards. The citrus commission has prior u icv. the?order. Mixing of problems affecting citrus "Not In five years, your Honor."
supersede acts passed in 1935 on authority to shorten or lengthenthe damaged with other fruit Is also and to take any action necessary *Teder.l Employee Insurance
with reference to rate bearings, ..
these prohibited.At Mag.. .
Other with
subjects. laws passed Inspection tenon, the
least three etc. The Act makes wabble, during f
state-owned and .
in prior years and not affected bf, minimum period from November
houses for the next two years, up to five:;'
operated washing, polishing 'I 1
recent legislation' Include:; act I to November 30. Another law
creating the citrus commission and makes it illegal tar canners to and grading citrus will be percent in any year of the advertising You Shave
funds for with Quicker
constructed under one of the new purpose
providing for .sUrrfurdixatkw utilize fruit which is unwholesome ,
grade, pack etc or In unfit for human laws. Operation of these house 16,000 to be devoted to studies on Easier With This
make rule, regulating; authority packing to consumption.any way! Regulations-: is placed under the state agricultural the fundamentals of citrus fruit New

charges and commissions: ; power to were Issued by the citrus convmisaioti marketing board, and fruit maturity.

raise or :lower Juice aantent requirement a few days age covering will 'be processed at actual cool Oh Vice Vena
for grapefruit; grapefruit -' this law, which carries an assessment plus one cent per box to pay ia w
equipment and maintenance. An Friend "I tee you are driving anew
orange and tangerine adftl'tlain& fee of one-tenth cent per I
; field crate registration; field box to pay costs .f necessary appropriation of $50,000 iron the' car.
growers general inspection fund ia rude Insurance Agent: "Yes, I tried I
cost guarantee law; law'relatln Inspection. Practically all en-
available to establish these houses, to aril an Insurance policy to an I
4e use of arsenical sprays.The forcement work under the new
commission has adopted the laws J* bundled by the commissioner The three mandatory ,locationsare ;automobile salesman"- Wall
In Duval, Columbia and Levy I Journal St.1
words"Florida Product" for labelIng of agriculture.

cans where packers meet aa Fruit to be colored must pass amore of t
established minimum standard, rigid test than heretofore re- I /

Most Florida canners already en- j-quired, under the new ''NI.... ..adI lade
ceed this standard In their pack, I ded" law The commissioner ot ANNOUNCEMENTRUFUS I .
and It Is believed others will fall in agriculture also. is amaowcivd to

line promptly. There Is jio mandatory i,license manufacturers leD At Price !
requirement that the words t (

;'Florida Product"must appear on 1 SULLIVAN I
the label or can but: the canner is y
G. O.
,M. D.
BretvBterv ,
ltssarras en
permitted to use these distinguishIng 2
; II
words If his product meets the Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat HAS PURCHASED THE pwotoes tttai o your. I

required standard. .
Treatment yens bra.a
Importation of any citrus fruit Service StationCor. 4" aunt
fir Juice produced canned out- Classes FittedOfflc Redland

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to II sod tr
.....-.. Mowry and FlaglcrContiauinz .

Dr. R. J. Elliott
I oafsea mesas a.._ Asa ad
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I > 11--< Florida ,

Dane Bid*. Booeetea *... Nk ISM product and ACME TIRES and TUBES good-looking comfort
l shown that save both

these and snoaty..got the sew 4
I WASHING and GREASINGREFILL i This Gillette Blade at only JOe I
for 41 Madeofeaaye iiag otaet.
DR.CH.DENBYOsteopathic It boaradically super hoen adg s of a I )

improved kind. You'llfind .I
i WITII KOOOIOTOR OIL II that It out-pxfbrms and I
PhysicianPhone outlasts ordinary blades two to ,
I one. Cot a package of Thin I
Gillottotfrorayour dealer f'
i today'r' I
Courtesy. Promptness Reliability
39Homestead I .,... I t 111.... it. II(

i '1 TII. "..., lIffl.. f. I t
Fla. I Redland Service Station iI GW.lfe ,lue 8ti '

(Over i jjiyiiu.Brown'g iie.fyii.ij-Jrug..Storel l:" j '.....1'J +. '(:1)1:,tFrMi Ild Flarlm- i l I f ,r 2.sc ,..;-,

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Page Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE ,'Friday, August 4, 1939 ,M!
...... I down the most rugged'constitution. before the bedy-i*over-tired; ml

300 SHELL FISH I I Nearly every frown person short and frequent pauses in thecourse ;
'of hard Job make the
Hints toHousewives needs an average of eight hoursot work less tiring and more produc. "I
FROM FLORIDA sleep every night. There are ive. .

person who can live a long and
ATFAIREXHIBIT OWNERS happy life with only four or five STUFFING FOR EGGS 'i fLq

hour of sleep each night, but they Here' a tilling for stuffed eggs:
Mash hard-cooked yolks, and mix ''
World's "IIt N. V. Aug. 3, .-....- ...-...-. are few and far between. in some chopped cooked tongue,
(Special) Mataeologlsts, (students Your sleep Is more likely to refresh chopped ripe olives, a dash of
of shell fish), will be Interested SLEEP AND REST you if you sleep with the minced pickle and onion and
In the wonderful display of By UNlIlt f1OBDON Your sleep should be measured windows open avoid eating heart enough salad dressing to moisten .
shells which ha been Installed Incases IT to difficult at best to make paint carefully says a recent bulletin ily just before going to bed, sleep slightly Try ,a platter of these c
la the main exhibit hall of 1 stick to Bat on a comfortable bed-on a bed for next buffet Dress
glaa painting a(las* from a large Insurance company. your supper
the Florida state exhibit at the window or door,era mirror for<*oo" that doesn't sag, and Just before up the tops with minced parsley
New York world's fair. ration, I* a simple matter If a taw You need certain amount of going to bed, read or talk about and plmlento You can make
Ot the more than 400 specie of pointers are tbsarved. sleep every Jay Just as you need something that takes your mind them up an hour or so ahead ofserving
shell Uh which flourish in Florid First be sure the surface I* dry. a certain amount of food every oft the cares ot the day. Worry time.Secretary .
witert, more than 800 are represented Wipe off foreign matter with done day. If you eat too little today, Interferes with deep and often ,,',:
lured alcohol
In the collection now on Several thin coat of paint will you can make it up tomorrow; but uses up more energy than hard
view In the Florida state exhibit. prove better than one or two heavy if you eat too little every day, you physical work. : "Mr. Terry said to ,
They were fathered and classified ants,a* thick coat land to pal oil will Impair.your health. The loss Sleep is not the only form of tell you he I It too busy to talk to,....
bjr Mrs. N. R. Perry of Sanlbel glass.Use. of sleep for a night or two can be rest A; change from one sort of you today." : ,;J"j i
Island, in the Gulf of Mexico, oft a very thin mliMr ot wklto made up, but the habitual loss of work to another Is often restful, Insurance Agent: "Tell him he ,
the coast of Florida, and Mrs. F R. lead and turpentine, adding a pint the deep one needs will, break especially It the change Is made won't have to say a word."-Ex,
of hard-drying varnish for each gallon
Schwengel of New York city, a of turpanlln -"
member of the faculty of the & \;
Th paint should be Dread on rap I
Academy of Natural Science at Uly. And stippled Immediately it
Philadelphia, both eminent mala- such aa affect I* desired.QMl I
cologlsts and recognized as authorities on the science: of shells. steal fence post flrmlyfA.IUVXTI .
Drive the split end .:
The shores of Sanlbel Island,
through the bottom of a tin can,allowing
where the shells on view were
the spike to protrude to the
collected, Is one of three places on depth daslrsd. Tb can will tot a* a
earth or rather In the oceans of the form Into which cement Is poured Dear Wife:
earth, where such brilliantly color- Submerged this form will act a* ."
ed shells may be found In such caution Suppose we buy a lot and build our own house?
quantities or In such Vlrlet,. The Qiuitionl Bow can stains)* to I : What do ?
moved from plumbing flxturtaf I* you say
other two places are little spots on
the west coast of Africa and on there mansntlytAntvtri any way to slimlnate. 'thsm psr I There Is a building boom in Miami, and a lot of ,: ;'

the shores ,of one of the Islands Scour the fixtures several new houses are heeded in Homestead. ,
comprising the Japanese archl- times with 10 per cant aolutlon of hydrochlorle I
pellgo In the western Pacific. Just sold,being careful to Bush I It is cheaper to own our own home than it is to t;j'
why those spots produce such col- eat the water Immediately after each
rent and have nothing to show but rent receipts. \'I"
ored shells In such variety never applhatlon.Rubber gloves should be : pay :

has been determined by scientists bruah.worn and the acid applied with, a ': It is as easy as pie under the FHA plan. :" .",Pi
"We have one of the most com- To remove permanently the stain i
plete collections of sea sheila ever caused by water pipe, the but way, Your Loving Husband.
to be placed on exhibition In the I* t*remove the vine material causing RIO
Vnlted States" Mrs. Schwengelsaid. the stains,and replace It with:a!
"We have more than 100 of .atar1a1w 'will met stain. fcf .4 t ,''*>$

the more than 400 varieties of mollusks TU trew VOIM urea.Owwrt, wW Forum to tlai a f 1:kite W ew mJt See me about lots and the FHA..plan. ,
Indigenous to Florida waters MM AMI. .__ _...... -
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and we would here the)others on = '
/ YOur.cheice.of500..Jeta11
display except for the reason that

they are so minute that they could, dyed parts, and 24,400,000 feet of I .p,'" ..........................................., ," .. 1 I ,-s III,\9
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not be seen to be studied I lumber for packing, etc.
In these 200,000 cars Pontiac
Motors uses 270,000 tons of steel, H. A. CAMERON a
PONTIACS UTILIZE' 3,300 ton of copper and brass,
200 ton of tin, 2,700 tons of lead,
HUGE AMOUNT OF 14,400 tons of cast pig Iron, 500,000: Phone 72 Homestead, Florida
gallons of spraying lacquer and "
3,600,000 square feet of plate glass. }

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Mich. Aug. S.-To build "
200,000 can Pontiac motors uses Repair
; the agricultural products from
, 100,000 acres including 13,800,000
pound of cotton for tires, brake I out
lining, etc; 100,000 bushels of corn Remodel
for butyl alcohol and starch; 500-
000 gallons of molasses for solvents '
anU-freeze and shock ab-
sorber fluids; 640,000 pound of Modernize
wool for upholstery, floor coverIngs -
etc.; 70,000 pound of goat ,
hair for mohair upholstery; 400,000
pound of turpentine for solvents, fop
paints and adhesives 13.800,000
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Like thePyramids A foul i f'rofn; $100 to $10OOO-any amount you Repairs can.be made en this plan: the house re- "'

can repay conveniently out of your income-will painted or reroofrd. New comfort may be installed .-

supply the money for improvements on the FHA : a new heating or lighting or plumbingPlan.

LIFETIME construction calls The loan may be repaid monthly over asystem.. Alterations may be made":the building: .',10

for give, Concrete you latlsfaction Block They of period of years-in installments suited to your enlarged or otherwise remodeled. We-will be .s*

lasting qualities combined income. Now-before bad weather comes-Is glad to tell you more about the FHA Plan of ,

use with beauty.for Concrete There Block are) many in I the time to have the work done. convenient monthly payment. "M

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Post Graduate hospital where she any adjustments on. the 1939 tax Wednesday to the Ulrlo Free property *

I underwent an appendicitis opera roll Tuesday evening at the Town north of Homestead.HOMESTEAD I
tion last week. Han at ':80 o'clock, announced

U In and .A1'ound Mrs. flora IX Mjien town clerk. 4-11 CLUBBy ./

Mrs 3 E. Close returned to her Margaret Field
home Tuesday from the Post Dr. G O Brewster It having an ',
Graduate hospital where she bad addition built on hit home here.R. ---
A Homestead been tor two weeks. W. Mulllns In charge of the By Margaret field

work. Mill Eunice Grady gave us our

Mr. and Mn. Monroe Williams assignment for next week which
" .r. announce the birth of an eight The Ladies'i AJTSTttie Community la to bring newspapers, pencils

"." 4., Miss Bertha Nil Hausman left world's fair In New York. Miss and a half pound boy Ronald Church held Aits regular paper, needle, thimble
;' f Sunday to attend the National Blanche Vines returned with themto Gary, in the Post Graduate hospital monthly meeting on, Wednesday This week the girls made wastepaper -
Horn Economic Convention In visit Mr. and Mrs. W. C Mc- Wednesday.Mr. at U\e home of Mrft.Margaret basket of cardboard and
San Francisco. She Will Joined In Connell.Mr. Kennidy. ? c >- embroidery pieces which are to be

Tallahassee by Mri. Isabel Thun and Mrs. Henry: Johnson : brought to the meeting next week.
,:ty, state dietitian. and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence returned returned home Thursday from a Mrs. J. w.-Freeman returned Demonstrations were given by
'" Monday from a visit to the vacation in Massachusetts.Mrs. Saturday after a week's vacation Katherine Orfanedei and Alice
Jr., arrived on New York world's fair. I II Miami Beach. served
}: r7;, Hugh Johnston, at I Wysong, after which they
. 4: Friday from Baltimore to visit his I .Frank Rue spent the week- punch and cookies.
. end In West with Mr And Mrs
Miss Gretchen Burnett returnedto Key Mrs R. Mattson returned to
Johnstow her home in West Palm Beach Harry Rue. While there Mrs Rue Sable after a visit
Cape Saturday
oJ'I attended the district conference ol CARD OF THANKS
after visiting In Homestead with I of a week with her son-in-law
(tf. Alta Vann spent the weekend her cousin, Miss Lucille West. the American Legion. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Words are Inadequate to expressour

,. ", In Danla. Johnny Becker. heartfelt appreciation of rte "
> Mrs. Robert Reely and baby of Mrs J. 3. McLendon of Leary, many messages of sympathy and 1
" Orlando arrived Saturday to visit Ga, who came to Homestead to comfort, the many kindnesses I and
/' Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Vann of (
attend the funeral of Preston B
Mrs beautiful flowers which we received
Mrs. Reely's parents, Mr. and the
spent Monday In Everglades City. South Miami were week-end '
Bird, Jr., returned home yester
C H. Steffant at the death of our preciousson I'
guests of Mrs Blanche Chapman.
: day.
::'! .. Mn. Enrico Rousseau and Mrs Preston.
mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Geo. N. Wakefieldand MR. AND MRS. i
:i 'Emil Rousseau, of children, Barbara Jean and Mrs Claude G. Allen of Redlandand Mrs. A. Oxland visited from PRESTON B. BIRD.
't: ',Sylvia Atkins, left by plane month'sstay Tues- Norton left on Monday for a vacation brother, Harry C Duffus, left Sunday to Thursday with her sister -
" day for Havana after a In Daytona Beach. yesterday for a visit in Iowa and Mrs L. Fonyth.
.. here with Mrs. Atkins. I Michigan.Mr. CARD or THANKSWe

," Mrs Bruce Ennla, and children, and wish to express our most
Mr. and Mrs.
' John left
; H. K. Foulk and son. and Mrs. Don Talbott and sincere thanks to all of the friend
Joyce and Bruce, Jr., left on July week-end
l' Monday for a visit of two weeks family of Tampa were
infant Patricia, returned clubs who rendered
daughter service
27 for a visit with relatives and and
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tor-
In Raleigh, N. = friends in Macon. Tuesday from a visit of two weeks clse. such potent help during Mr. Davis'illness
-- In Washington, D. C. In the Victoria hospital All ., ve
Mrs R. R. Kinard returned last -
-- calls, flowers, messages and
Mrs. Ellen Martin Is ill at the the
" ,Friday after a few days visit In home of her son and daughter-in- John L. Scarborough left ;yester- Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Pepe and prayers were appreciated.
. v Jacksonville. Merton Raulerson law Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Martin, day for St. Louis where he will at- son moved to Coconut Grove on Mr. and Mr*. Sam J. Davis,
home In Apopka
f," list returned week to after visiting his uncle where she was brought on July 25 tend three the Carter weeks.Carburetor Schoolfor Moudajr. Rt. I, Homestead.

and aunt, Mr. and Mn. Kinard. from Vero Beach. Mrs Charles Clinton and Mtas
Mr. and Mrs.-Ted Scarborough: Mrs. Abbie Holden of Jacksonville On his way home after a vacation Ann Lee attended the Businessand Finger Waving Now
Women's district
In and Jacksonville Professional
and state
'j. and children, Mary and Richard national of the director Woodmen's Circle, George F. Archer of Key meeting in Hollywood on Sunday. Added to Chores
" manager
left oh Friday for llkins, W. Va.,
spent several days last week in West visited In Homestead from Of State Barbers
where they will make their home i
Homestead on business Saturday; till Tuesday with his son Miss Isabel Becker of Miami
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and was a Sunday visitor with her
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cravey and Tallahassee, Aog. !. (FHS)
returned to Mrs. Ben Archer, and his grandion family here.
a.. Mrs. T. T. Bowen returned home I Mrs. :Allan Klssam Attorney General Glbbe ruled
home Tuesday from the PostGraduate Lester Archer.FLORIDA.
after visit in Georgia
iK > Monday a. j Mist Clara M. Boat of Hollyhill last week that Florida barker
.. Bd in New ,3tork world's lair. hospltall ... -
Kfc *: and Mrs. Greening of Daytona max give flitter warn and
CITY Beach are expected on Friday to still lay within Uw US state
MM and Mrs. F. D. Mock and' Miss Jean Parmart returned Sunday -
W. W. Severs law setting the new bar
By Mm. spend the week-end as guests of up
daughter, Joylene, returned Sun-! from a visit with friends and comrabatoa.GlbtM .
and Mrs. Edward Stillng her1 sanitary
day from Edison, Ga. Mr. Mock, relatives. in Chicago and Toledo. Mayor Interpreted DM act M'
went there to his, The town council of Florida City
Friday bring
hair waving aa will
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sullivan permitting
Richards returned will lit as a board of equalization
wife and daughter home. Mrs Miss Betty was .
and daughter, Margaret, moved on as shaving and hair setting.vvvvt
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' .H/you .do not own your home but would like to, I have a few.f; located lots

.on:which you can get FIIA loans. Buy now and build tomorrow.BENJHMIN .

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-- Aug. I.Episcopal Auxiliary -

Simple but beautiful was the M. Walker and Mrs. C. t Eby. luncheon and food.sale birthday party was given at one year old on July 18 received

wedding of HIM Talera Fitch md Present besides those, io the Aug. 4:BedJand Ladle Aid Jungle Grove Monday afternoon a little cake tearing one candle.

John Rickard on July 99 *t the wedding party were: Mr. and benefit supper'. in celebration or the fifth anniversary The other -children the party

home of the bride's parents Mr Mrs. Fitch Mr. and Mn. J. 8.Rlckard I Aug. 7.-Meeting of Junior ef Harriet Lowe, daughter Included: Benny KtrfeMt,, Marie

end Mr S. H. rwoh, see Kirlphighway. parent of the bridegroom I Womaa's Club. I of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Wilson Kufeldt, George Hollenbeck' Emily

Mr. and Mrs. Walker and Aug. 7.-Meeting of Homestead Lowe granddaughter of Ceo.I. Borgardt David Dorsardt, Ruth

The roomswere decorated with children. Lauren and Hinton Mix B p W. C at home of Mn. J. F. W. KweL Craft Geraldine Craft, Sasmet Al-

palms, ferns end M flower, and J. B. Pitts and daughter, Marilyn, HanuaetU Game were played and candy I lard Martha Attord, Marion Al-
Mr end Mrs. Bessie Rkkard kisses were fished from fish ford, Charlie Alford
the teit'inany' wa performed Thy Aug. t.-Odd Fellows and :Xsbeksfc -I A Phlllls Get>P.
under toe sects .f trepieal foliageby and children, I.T. Ray and Owem4olyn. meeting In honor of grandmaster pond. I Richard Kesel, Margaret Kosel

the IK.. L. A. .Avant of Miami : I The birthday cake, Iced in Raynurad Pierre Fay Pierce Jos.
who used Abe ring service I The bride Is a member of one of ; bore pink GaIIC H. Pink eph Lowe, Alma Lowe and Adolph
Aug.Joint meeting of W, M. b1ue.1
and fern decanted the Lopes.
All member ,W toe wadding the pioneer families of Dade S. circles to Methodist Cburch.J J
She born and rearedIn ment table.Tw The trown-ttp guests Included:
pan seen garbed la white. The County. was Aug. S.-S. P. IK. C card partyat j
Homestead and after tier cradluattmi .at Hamlet' little guests Mr. and Me*. Harry Pierce, Mrs.
bride ware an alpaca traps frock train Homestead High HowltaUty HOUIKU 1 also were given birthday honors.Sixmonthold Edw Hollenbeck Mr. Gotch Ku.
made with bolero and pleated Attg. 10.-Meeting of Wocd-
School she attended the Florida I Iman' Arthur Hollenbeck feldt. Mr*. Menlo lApel, Mrs.
girdle, and her shoulder oCOl'I.eWI' Circle with Mn. J I. I
State College for Women from I who 'was six months) old en that Georgia Cow. Mis. Gao W. Koscl.
of rosebuds and lilies .f
pink which she received the L. L de Martin. day bad; a small cake with a short Jr., Miss Merle January and Mass
I U. in
the 12W. M.
valley. Aug. aneetlox
gree. For the past two years she candle and Judith Oopp The maid of honor was Miss church.
has been a member .f the Belle
Joint ,
Louie Long .Fiizpatrlck. Her Aug. 15.- meeting of W.
Glade School .faculty. SINGLETON BABYCHRISTENED Stough Mr. and Mrs W. L
shoulder corsage WM nude of pink M. S. circles.
and whit rosebuds. I The bridegroom, only son of Aug. 38.-Meeting .of Jennie SUNDAY' Hazlett, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly
I Mr. and Mr. Rickavd, had lived Labdell Circle at horns oaf Mrs R. John Douglas Singleton son of Benson, Mn. Catherine Argo Mrs.
John Hutflne was beef maa.I' here twelve yean, and he 1* a J. Elliott. Mr. md Mrs. Carlton R. Singleton Oulda Small Mrs. Jessamine c.x.

Mini Laverne Ehy at Covlngton graduate of Redland High SchoolAt Sept. -Meetlog Ql Presbyterian was christened at the St. John's: Mn. Louise Deacon, Mrs. Florence
Ky., niece ol. the .-lde, playedthe present he Is connected with Auxiliary In manse.Seat. Episcopal Church Sunday by the Gates, Mn. Alleyne Nason, Mn.

wedding march I the transportation department .( 2.-Meeting of Hedland Rev. R. F. Blackford. Mill Margaret Best Atken Mn. Minnie Hanson
An Informal reception followedthe : the Dade County schools and 'the dome Demonstration Club Hahilln was godmother and Mn. Ray Davis, Mn. Guy V Williams

ceremony A large white wedding Long bus line of Miami. : Frederick Russell Matthans of Miss Watts, Mia Hazel Sol

cake banked with fern and 1 After a four-week Tlarleymoontour 'I Miami and Robert Cast, 'brother of livan, Miss Addle Murrelle, Miss

roses was cut by the bride and 1 of the itate 'they will make PRINCETON GIRL MARRIES Mr. Singleton were godfathers. Florence Betenoourt, Miss Addle)

served with Ice cream by Mrs. ft.l their home In Belle Glade. BEACH BOATYARD OWNER Mn. Singleton 1* the former Miss I Bledaoe Miss Mae Rich, Miss

Miss Lola King of Princeton and j I Kathryn Cast ,Judith Greenblatt, Miss Norma

"PEACE" TOPIC OF Miami Edison High School 4-H Kenneth Marshall of Miami Beadh I Nelte Bullari, Miss Helen Colde
w. M. tr. PROGRAM Club and Miss Emma Stevenson were married on Monday in the MISS JANE WATTS HONORED 'wey, H. E. Nason and Oscar Colde-

Pcane'vus the topic of the pro of the Miami General 4-H Club Dade County court house at AT WELFARE BOARD PARTY wey.

gram given at the Baptist W. M. U. who were delegates to the state Miami. The bride wore a blue The staff ot the district welfare
mecttag Wednesday afternoon at short course talked on the work crepe ensemble with accessories .f board gave a bingo party last Friday MRS. KINARD WINS PRIZE

the home, the president Mri. H. In Tallahassee. Miss Florence white. evening honor of Miss Jane AT B P. W. C PARTY

Collier. Mrs. Catherine Pickard, Hayes of the Miami Edison High Mrs Marshall, daughter ot Mn. Watt at the home of Mr. and Mr Mr, R. R. Klnard won Ugh

program chairman gave a talk on School Club reported the national Leonora King of Princeton was Richard Sullivan hi Homestead.A score prize at the bridge party of

"Missitae." Other talks were encampment at Washington. Miss born to Welaka Fla. and educatedIn picnic aupper' :was a featureof the Bufllneis sand, ProfessionalWoman's
given iyj MM. Ceo. Wed of CII'I -, Eunice Grady gave an account of North Miami Beach. She herMather I the evening. Miss Watts was Club Wednesday 41 wsdjig

i I tie One, "Pay for Peace-; Mn.J. the home demonstration camp at and brother first -came to presented with "going .away"The in Koopltaltty House Mrs, L C.

; C Yiusn of Circle Tw, "Edit- Miami Beach held In July.It the fiadland Eistrkteight years t TIHIB won second :scorn pWze. Ac-
I eate for Peace" Mix Julia Polk was voted to omit the August prize winners In bingo were
; ago and .resided in Homestead forwhile. <<.ber.JI8I17 win be held tVedneeCantlm -
of Circle Three, "Arm for Peaty; ,meeting and meet the 22nd of a Later their moved, 1 Mrs. Ouida Small and Oscar.7.

Mrs. Wro. McConnell of Circle! September. North Miami Beach but returned: CoMewey.Those .
few, "O wt for Peace" Mrs. s. Thee fwMeatt at the Amount 11) five In Princeton four yean I poeaent were: Me Anal
L West of Circle Five, "Expect for were*: Mn Seymour Dane, Mrs. ago. ),(rs. Curtis S. Lee Mr. and Mn. < .d on Pete Nines

Peace." Miss Alta Vann gave several W. D. Mahan Mn. A. W. January Mr. Marshall was born I
Mn. J. A. Rotherham, Mn. J. D. and educated J
readings on peace. In West Virginia- For the .' I.M M". (M. IIUII ITOJW. 'Of' O.WIII '*' Mrs. S. L. West gave a solo Wysong Mn. Radfard, Ma. H. J. past seven yean he has been em-1 ...
Armstrong: and Miss Eva: Rother-
Peace, the Gift of Cod's Love"l played by the city of Miami Beach.

Punch sandwiches and cookies iam, He is also owner of a boatyard on
,: were served on toe lawn. Mist the beach. THE DIXIE DRUGJACK
Vann presided over the punchbowl BROADENING HORIZON 13 !
bnaaedlatelgr following the ceremony
Mm. Gordon Ivey asilated WOMAN'S MISSION TOPIC
In the couple left on Mr. MarIhall' POLK HOWARD JOHNSON

Others present were: Mn. S. Horizon The topic.MBro.denlna IQ Woman's Work," was the I Cuba.* boat They for will a reside honeymoon In Miami In f Phone sa and 9111 Homestead Fla.Thousands,
H. Fitch MM. T. C. Shackleford
discussed at the business
monthly Beach where
they are building a
Mrs. T. D. Plche, Mrs. A. D. Smith, '
meeting ef the* Woman's Missionary home.
Mn. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. R E. Society Tuesday afternoon hive discovered

:Redin Mr*. S. A. King Mn.Cerda the Homestead Methodist Church how soothing and relaxing
I Freed Mrs. J. R. Rutland PLANS MADE FOR VISIT
Mrs. Bessie Showalter gave 8 piano rub-down with Pureterf
Mrs. W. D. Coker Mn OF GRAND MASTER i
Pete Mor-
solo and talks were given by Mrs.B. Rubbing Alcohol Compound
gan, Mrs. A. L. Brannen, Mrs J. M. Hindman Mn. Lloyd Field, Flans were made at the liberty can be. That' because
K. Chambllss. g
f I. Mrs Emma Wright, Mrs. E. S. Capllnger and Mrs A. Rebekah Lodge meeting Monday '
Puniest it
Mrs, A. B. aP1
Rogers, Mn. O.
:i B. My-: M. Logan.A night In the I. O. O. F. hall to as-1 y' and to That'
rick Mrs. H. E, Johnson pleasant use.
Mrs. J. U.
Joint meeting of all the circles slat la entertaining the I. O. a F
Scott, Mr*. J. H. Bewail, Mrs. the reason Puretest it the
will be held next Tuesday afternoon grand master, J. Sampley of Pen-
Frank win, Mrs Charlie favorite.Visit .
Martin, at 3 o'clock In the church. sacola, who will visit the local
Mrs. A. dude, Mrs. C. O. Robert.
Others present were: Mrs. D. L lodge next Tuesday ventag. On
son and Mn. W. B. '
r. Caves Jr. Bowen. Mrs. J. A. McNeil, Mn the entertainment committee appointed

: Geo. Ramon Miss Helen Livingston are: Mn. E S. Capllnger,
4-II DELEGATES GIVE and Miss Jennie LobdelL Mn. Blanche Chapman and Mrs

Reports of the national and state'

I 4-H conventions held In Washing I Rv OWN o

ton D. C. and Tallahassee, re- DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
,. specltvely, weer given at the Red- CaM futL
land Home Demonstration Club

meeting Friday In the Redland
Community Church. OSla a'1iHha.se.tojAse.Jlaadays

Miss Mary Ruth Hayes of the"Dr. I Ie Itvim"

) Saturdays tiro.p Our Soda Fountain

Leonard Mr. naakln

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MONKEVJUNOU Yharriatsa C'siulgnele .Ice 6411110\ sold sue,
Waves ...,... Ah" acts at a ..*.<
I i testis to drying .<<..It
Office Hours 8:30 1:30 Lmd Sbm ,e rheas 1ad.aw c.. .t wind and w..*...;
we.nea I Gnat lor .r..tii.i seat .
First National Bank ...... soma Ll.ctheadd.
awe 1:.eYa's N-.11101F BeAUTY I
sawn DWI" wMw .ad .,inn site hrltsfisny
Building rod send awls d PARLOR 6 OL 3ge 4;.... ,..eI... 1..... IE.amnnisel.

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the American Motorcycle Awocl- ;
I L. '' It en* ot a strits >f srttetas preesrod by W* tnt_ ( from Page Eight) :
Selection and Ute of Flexible CordsTs'u./.safety.' A..I.'lon In ,the, .,yf.of tiectrtoity' In....*....in t. .n.".".',....0.I .. ----...........-".., August atlon will IS and be held 13 A In general Melbourne program ) ';.:.1(j !f

l(. nt wire *ee rely mounted In dent that all cord will ultimately! now been need for several year on POINC'I.\N. GROVE MAKES will be presented. Including i
the hollow spaces .( trill of a home wear ont but some cords made carefully cord shown by the Laboratorlis' GIFT TO GUARDIAN stunt riding, racing! and I motorrycleack I
little chance of mechanical and with durable materials.will teat to comply with all requireMeets )
have I through the city to the
I damage, When these same circuit give longer and safer service of their standards Royal Polnclarm Grove, Wood i
are attended Into the room through than other of interior construction: U the ties of fallible cords It I* mans Circle, on July 17 at I beach. It" estimated that between -
ttxlbl cords na each protection ill About Ova years ago substandardcords specially important to watch themat meeting at the horn of Mm Pearl 400 and too member ot
had become so prevalent thatelectrical their point ot most frequent the association will be present and
.. WhiUker decided to Bend ten dol.
--- Inspector throughout the bending wkiob usually occur at the I a crowd In exec of 1,000 specUtor a''
lars to Mr*. R. U Godwin, guardIan -
country became alarmed because of points where they enter appliances. : I I* anticipated
the fire and shock hazard which Observe the condition of the cords at of the) groVet:to ltd In caringfor
i might be Involved In tbelr use Utility tbese point to see that the copper her ton who nap sleeping sickness -
Companies found that these cord conductors do not become exposedso No Cause for Alarm

4I soon wore out, creating short circuits a* to make the metal*appliance MI'II. W. D. Coktr'\dvlier presided Aunt: "Won't you have another !
blowing fuse and causing or lamp frame "alive. Do not I' ?"
complaint Electrical manufacturer continue to us*, cords when they pie Tommy .
, felt that a product which was below -, bar become frayed and worn those present we're: : MM Florence Tommy: "No, you.
, ilatl recognized safety standards '. Kapeclal care should be observed Pacetti, Mr*. Charlie Martin, Aunt: "You teem to be sufferIng 1
would reflect adversely on lat ef..- /la Mint extension cords particularly Mrs Ruth Jemlgan, Mr. J. K.WhiUker from a. loss of ippetite" :
r tion U the use 0t *le trtcttr.' Ada sailor bouse where dampness Tommy: "That Isn't Iou of appetite z
Mr Alice Water, Mrs
t consequence, these Interested lspr sentorond n>peartb. Socket '
What am suffering front
groups .approached Dnderwrttera nude of insulatlag material ratherthan J. T. Martin, )IJ'I. Cokw and Mia :M ilte ...I- Edinburgh Dis i
Laboratories with tki'Teonest"that those at the bras shell type Whitaker.
some plan be devised by wbion..tb* should.be employed, and It 1* adjrtuU I The next meeting will be onAugust patch.
public might know."whlci-cords_. to have a guard around the 10 with Mr*. J T. Martin.
ply with the safety standards; The 'lamp.. For outdoor, garage or basement
-- result was the establishment ot theeoaansd nee,axtanalon should be made >!
i Tlit wavelet label of .UneterwrHere'tiefrii iraoelet label which has with rvbberhath4 coreU. I II. MJU. FRED REDO HOSTESSTO r
'-i le used only en cords I
.' whisk UK aJewMelv eata.fossIble.The LEGION AUXILIARYMrs. !
urn voltage eilstlnjto Fred :Redd was hottest to ,
the carefully protected permanent the Legion Auxiliary at her home .
.Virgo exist, of course In the flexible Wednesday A covered dish lunch- 1I' I
extensions, and because these receive eon was served before the business Mf
such bard service oftentimes meeting
being located on the floor, they r..
Otttre special attention for the ukot Member present wars: Mr*. H
afty The safety built Into the H. Ewing, Mr*. Jake Brook, Mr*.
permanent wiring ol the house isof Wm. J Oronlmo, Mrs. Lamar ;j
10 a..1I1t the last link In the wiring Kendrick Mr*. Jesse Goasman, ay
chain the attachment cord, art Mrs. Harold Sheffield. Mr*. W. E
suitable for the and are
lot not kept In food repair.blexlble purpose. Rheney, Mr, Edw. Norman, Sr.. I II
cords are called upon to Mrs. Edw. Norman, Jr.. and the f
perform a particularly severe sera hostess Four Junior member
let Those used on appliance must were present Misses Aiuubell
stead a treat amount of flexing, and Teresa Redd, Miss Helen Norman I
twisting, bending and kinking without and Mia Dorothy Kuhn.
breaking down. Cordi used on .
beating appliance* must withstand
frequent contact with the bot part
of appliance end the braid must .. iI j I I l
insist abrasive wear on the edge of
I.This picture' ella the actual condition of card solo taken from xrvlo Tlie
tables, ironing boards, eto. A* a re worn card I* the easier tot the one et u* lower lift show beads of melted! A Trial I
salt of this severe service, it .1* *Tl- copper resulting from short slreult. I .
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"The Stan el TnuwportaUea" be the title ef Ale tually...., stole of the Value. TIle roof ef their ear can S. CIIANDLER, l\Irr.
erovp ef pictures, showing the ..... Constants sad be rolled beck to afford a view ef the scenery and the C'9If yryJ- ...e ....... ear Phone 521-J Florida. City
JJ) Peronne ArataeBlua, of The Hugo, Holland and. sects roomy rear accenusudaletwo cola en which the C.J"'I 7 plow twssi Y be
I ef the assess they have pfcetma-aBbeel .ks she eove 01 a traveim etee*. Upper left photo shows the ear necetlatlaf SUMMER :beedua'tawA.6"ml:
>..ooe..>lle leer.,the Uailod State awl UalralAMricaIt : a drr.rI"erOobecllot Meale. *-eV h*, other owed view : $moa ua r.- Is IY shined awl
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err _erEl" .pecial body of & oweAsown design, lilt tared. m rou...,This I* .the akteret: fifth trip across the me waft
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Tropical CafeI dues oM _loll ere or """bent esither It tt.ea4
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GROVErbene RATE: First insertion 10< a Hue; subsequent Insertion
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BAPTIST CHURCH and fifth Sunday at 11 46 and 7 M v atPBINCITON 4-49t -'j t

Tko >.. I. B. Wkllrr. Shows at 7 p. m.-I p. .... .
BOMB8TBAD- t. I 1011.._.. par pastor prMunlns at I .. .k. Sunday Admission Ifto-tto r
lor. ioday Mnool at Si4l o. ..! nronrt acbool .1'" FOR RENTFOR
Ins it I.. N. and ISO a..a.0YP.u., CITY COMMDNITT CRI'KCH Matinees Saturday Sundays
01 I M o. n>. Prayer ..... Wodnmday43OILDS -FLOiiRIDA C. O. Noises paotor. Chunknrhool and Holidays I B. ...
.. f.1f p. N. at 10 a. m. : pnMohlnt at 7 iM n m RENT Smal cottage;
-Tho .... Nona Fotonoa. poo.lor Mldwork Pressure sad Blob aludy WtAwoday fished; In good repair. Mr*. r
Sunday Mhool al 14 a. m.j proarhlniat at 7 iloRBDLAND. Suit, Moiu, Toes, Auc. 5, 7, 8 F Compton 118 N. W. '
II i au and TiSO p m.. B. V. P, U nt COMMUNITY CHURCH '
<,00 = Prayor Service .' T ISO a. a>. TIM B... C. O NoIoa.-. tbnrchorhool SHIRLEY TEMPLE street (*
.Me at 10. Purling ., II: Cpworth'1 In
LMIUO at (thL Midweek pmyon and. FOR RENT Furnished
CATHOLIC Blblo study Thursday nt TlKPRESBTTERIAM ., "Susannah of theMounties"
ment, all electric clean

'|.BIRCH. ...nd OF...TH... HvnxatooJ.SACttD BIARTk .... Ho.- CHURCH ,i ( Bedroom, living room .

noun Chonnn, pnator Sunday innM at I nOMEITCArt_ nvmuo at N. lath : withRANDOLPH talk; daybed In living
t a, nt: work dnr lam nt T141 dally ". Tho '-.. Uoo. H. Klrka. putor SCOTT Plenty: of closet space.
Sundn M-nool Sunday following S cabal bible Khool at IS a. m. : pmirklna- IIa. II
man. Communes for WORM Uw flntVonda m. : young _....'. tnortms at 7 SD p. In.. able rent Eva Collins, .
af montk, for awn and boy. lhe Wed.. Thurs, Anc. (. 11 drive and Federal Highway.
annelid Sunday d _.Uo. Hair hoar Thu_ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
day befme fist Friday 01 aao.tk ., 7u Auc. '.-S e r mOD topic "INSIDE STORY"with
tint Friday at Tilt .. m. FOR RENT-Furnished two
L.a.dletba 01 tile 8....... Sacrament after Finding My Higher Self."
1IICIIAEL1ULES room house, also :

JEAN ROGERSFrL. apartment Reasonable r.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Florida Turtle Eggs All conveniences. Reduction

"FLORIDA Cnr--Bnadwiy and Sixth To Be Hatched at Fair Sat. Aug. tl. It right party by the year. \
Wort Sunday school at *i4l .. at. tat Collins, Biscayne drive and
tiolU andr JO Fears of ... ; awrnlni/ "The Jones Family i
.rains .. 11 .'......k. Wednesday .,.1.. eral Highway. I
...... whirl Include tMtlmonlall of honl.nd World' Fair, N. Y., Aug In Hollywood" ,
tog oiiporloaoio and. ........... .. Chrlo. 3'1 1 GOOD cool
(Special)-A huge loggerhead roomy apt for "'
inn S<...... S a. ... Tho nubile tl PROUTY
invited to attend.CHURCH tie's nest containing 200 eggs has t SPRING BYINGTON Private bath, reasonable

been sent from the Marine Studios( Ask at Western Union. (
at St. Augustine, Fla.. to the Flor- MICKEY MOUSE

.O..I.TIIAD--Fl. avenue mod N. W. ida exhibit at the world's fair. The STAGE SHOW FOR RENT-Furnished

Pita. Bible study at 10.. ...; ..aaaunt. nest, encased In 890 pounds of Saturday I p. al.yyY7YYTTTTTTTT"TTV5. with fireplace, hot water, : 1
1.1101. and preaching atit
.. a. Florida sand .Is burled on the Y .. electric refrigerator and .

shore of Fountain Lake In frontof Fruit trees in yard. J

CHURCH OF GOD) Florida's building. According shovels the sand back over her LeaderEnterprise.FOR :

OMESTtAD oM N. W. Tint ._.>.: to J. E. Wallace, naturalist ot the eggs and crawls back to sea. Alter
tile Ho. Goo. Q. Coplln./ ..._. Sunday Florida exhibit, the eggs which RENT-Connecting rooms
aokoo) nt ..41.. ..: Broarhlo- II a. maU she has laid her eggs she pays no business section. Bargain
t Hip. a.; Junior j. P.at t..hlldr.nMotlns ..s were laid In June will probably more attention to them ana the right commercial firm
at t la Parsonage Ir par. mottor batch the last of August and will or i
S a. aa. Wodnoodnr.CHVRCH I young upon hatching find their seeking office or desk '1
be the first hatched
ever in the way to the lOa.Grammar.
Address C. S. -
terprise : ; :

.-Tko ..*. W. ). Parker. Loggerhead turtles often live ITp-to-Data
fuanr. ....... mbool at 1.445..x,1 800 yean so these turtles hatchedat FOR RENT-8 acres best
nroacMns at 11 a. at. and TtM a.t Willie: "Dad I just seen-"
at world's be flour.
\ fair
may Just cleared and dragged.
>>. X. s..4 S. and II..IIP.a .Mrm-ma.4.50 Dad
a. ML Prayor sometimes W.d..d ..*vmlMj ishing In the world of tomorrowIn : "Stop! That' bad Eng scarify for cash tomato ..
MOtxn.PBIKCCTON. 2730. They weigh 500 pounds lish. Where's your grammar?"
Phone Miami J-4JU. ( )
t -Tko >... K P. 'eo-, Willie: That's what I'm tryingto
or more and on the rare occasions
aaatar. Blinaar na il t- l m la aim
at 10:41 .. ... and liSO p. .. .. iuotor. when they are seen lumbering tell :you I Just seen ber at the FOR
,_. at S:Mi tones _... aiootlnt Florida beach barber getting her hair bobbed." SALE
along a look
ot-> *.. rraror sometime Tlad.1'' they Ex.
UHftntl like prehistoric monsters They LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for

live in the ocean depths but In cooked foods cakes pies t
May and early June when the DIKO riLi mil I slaw etc. _t
JOHN**-.. I. Bnond. ...... and moon Is full the females crawl Noel b ......... starts User B. 0. Little Hospitality
mart Mrort, Hoaioitondl tie Boo. K. F. up and Gladys a. Little, kl> wife hold a at IT W Mowry streetIF
BUcklord, ashen Holy ooamunion at T IN the beach beyond high tide mark emit,.., o< City of Miami TH Cortlfl.OOM .
and.. 11 a. ..: laaday ".hoot ., ,,10. I and scoop out a hole in the sand Numbered 4171, 4>M and ..... dated YOUR CAR OR BOAT
.. the 4th dar of July A. D. mi km filed
I METHODIST with their hind flippers to an average Hid CorttflcaM la a>r affleo aM have wastes oil and gas.
depth of 18 inches. A turtle mid application for Ui dead to bout OVRHAUL. Takes only 30
thmon l> -__ will .... saw c...
HOMESTEAD t. Richard.,
Rev. J
Mator. Sunday acaoul at SMS a. ...iaraachlnc lays BO to 1,000 eggs in a nest, then llflratol ....b.... the followlnc oWrltwd utes to install, saves oil and

at U a. m. and TtlO .. .. property. Wanted In Dado Count*. Florida up to BOft, increases
Junior Lesson nl S SO .... HI Loaauont % .IttLot
sion and speed. Costs $2.
I only
Block .
1.10.. m: Salon Uaa-no.tie p m t, | Puadolia Park Plat Boot
Prefer aioMins nt 7.10 p .. Wodno ...,. American Boy Magazine e, pan a,. la tile city of Miami Count P. O. Box 215 Princeton. ( ) I
of Dado state of Florida u almond. l III
SILVER .... *. B. Wallor.paator .
PALM-Tho Companion to Thousands Oortlfkato No <'71. TIM aiiomn.nt of
I ochool Sunday at FOR SALE
t Sunday every MM property under till aid Ortiricato I Tropical plants,
..... ...
!. m.: preaching .n II. third Wad WM In tho name of Unknown rus trees and tropical fruit
Lot I, Block. S, Ponds Park Plat Rook
Hundreds of thousands of
e. lace t.. In the City of Miami tonal .f season. Jungle Grove,
and :young men read The AMERICAN 0..... State of Florida, a. ...._ l. Ctr- road and Plummet- drive.

Quick! Easy! Spick BOY Magazine every month lit prooortr lest. Ho under 4MO DM Tho sold.'Cortltleato_"'.n' of bauxwai Mid.1

and consider it more aa a living In the name of link now a. ; SEE AND BUY at ShunklLn

Shaves companion than as B magazine. Lot II. Block I. ftaaoVu Park Plat ty Grove West Florida City.
And-Span I Book 4, pow69. hi U. City of Miami"
"It's aa much a buddy to me ..I Cowilr of Dido. Stab of HorUU.: aa' on.kroeod ( )

With This New my neighborhood chum" writes l> CorUfleau No. ..... Th. M.' .. .. .. ,
ouni.nt ot Hid property ands the old , ,""""", """'" .
one high school senior "THE Cortlffcato hailed won In UK name of Unknown. .i < ;

AMERICAN BOY to understand .
seems -
Unity' old CortlflMto. .hall be ...
B boy's problems and considers demand. according u law, Ui lord will

GilletteBlade them In such a sympathetic loauo a, D.thanes Islas.Doted on UK lota nay of Auiwt EXPERT

and helpful way. It gives advice thin ttth-dar of July A D. I.!..
and entertaining reading on every K. B. LEATHKRMAN,
Clerk of
Clreult Court,
subject In which a young fellow Dade Cou"... Florlds BARBERING
Interested. It.is particularly help (CI..uI' Court atoll
by N. C. 'TERRETT. D. O.
ful in sports I made our school (July II, A... 4 11. 1s. II, 19891
basketball team because of playing
HAIRCUT ...... 40c
tips I read in THE AMERICAN TAX OKf.Utkiptor

BOY." 171 IT-..... of IMI-fllo A-STSI SHAMPOO
...... 40c
Many famous athlete in all Notice) k barely mina tint La VFTIM
Bnlnaa bolder of Slat and County Tax
sport credit much of their success Certlfir... Mo
liT lassoed the sad day of MASSAGE 40c
to helpful suggestion received vwinbw, A. D.1.1, km filed. same I.
my offlco, nad ku made application for .
t % from sports articles carried In THE tax deed to ... hued tkoroon Said. Cortlfl.cnt .
AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Virtually .mbr roe the following drarrltod party
In th. County of Dado, Stan af rior. BUSH'SBARBER
every issue offers Ida, lo-wlti
from a famous coach or advice Lot IS. Block II, Covers Amd. n limb.
CIIl tt Aloe. PUt look St, van IT, In Uw County of
Ca* WAIL Aad.. Football basketball track, Dado, Stet of Florida
Law In fact every major sport I It covered The Monwrnont of laid propels ands
S.1/Aejaeb the Mid' oortlfloato taunt. was In Use sane
in fiction and fact article oft. Harry O. Clayton.Unlm .

Teachers, librarians, parents and aid onrtlflralo .)t.11 be wnraniodMrordlnt ,1'i' SHOP
4iw Itty TIp 014Lialtt of to town Use imp.rty _.......
leaders boys clubs also
th..." will bo auld to the klibnl bidder
1 T1B. THE AMERICAN BOY en. at too. court kouoo door .. tile link Mon.dnr Mi
thusiastically. They have found hi the noMk of S.ptombor. HI. which
I I la tko 4th day of oWptombor. ISIS.
K that as a general rule readers or tMUd. this Snd day of A....... IN*, N. KRO3Mq. VE.
Clark ot Cloak Oaarl,
more rapidly and develop more Dado County ,..._ I
comfortable worthwhile ICInvii CowfoWIIBy !
YOU ft one characteristic than do N. C. STTRRrrT, D CAon. ..... .................... I
shave after boys who do not read It. ( 4. 11, IS. II. Itltl
another with the Thin Gillette Trained writers and artists famous

BUde And at only lOc for four, coaches and athletes, explorers,

you save real money Made scientist and men successful inbusiness Homestead's Oldest

with edge of a sew kind and
Industry join with Barber
different and better Thla an experienced staff to produce; In I EDWARD STILING
Gillette skin from
tile smart and Irritation caused
reading matter"boys like best D. L. BOWEN
a t blade Buy a package
tram your dealer. today THE AMERICAN BOY sell on Real Estate General InsuranceNOTARY

most newsstands at ISe a copy.

Subscription price are $1.50 for HAIRCUT lOo
hn, GII"b, Ilad.. h 0",1C
one year of IS.00 for three :years. SHAMPOO __ ., 0 _.. 40e PUBLIC
y The Milk P lI p" '"mcu, MASSAGE 40
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. 4 2 cans r I TALL CANS .
LaBelle. Auf 1 (J'NS-1A-- 21c For 19c
Betle'i new State Livestock Market -
WM opened Wednesday Auglut >
2, with a fret barbecue and PARTI PACK DIXIE CRYSTALs BALLARD BALLARDw
County Chamber of Commerce Cold Cuts Flour
The LaBelle market completes .
another link In the chain of farm- Jello Sugar
era' market being; built throughout 51b" box ... 23c

Marketing the state Board by the of Florida which State William Per lb. ...Z5e 10 lb. bag... 44c :
pkgs. .. :
.1-4C Ibs.
L. Wilson, Jackaoavllle, It ..u 44c .
director 20 lb. bag _. ,SIc
A program of peaking preceded
the barbecue. Nathan Mayo, AaMOt1a :
commissioner of agriculture<< and .
member Board of the, delivered Florida State the principal Mar. PORK AND DEANS -..........._ No. 1 cans Tomato Juice Tall
ketlng addreta TOMATO SOUP _.._.................. Can :l5c
LaBelle to the center of one of VEG&rABLE SOUP ................ 3 I
the ltatei, richest cattle have aectloni. PEA SOUP .............-................ IRISH
faced Heretofore a problem cattlemen In disposing always of SPAGHETT. ..._..._..._........_._ FOR COBBLER I .
their itock. Some of the largest CELERY SOUP ......-.-..-.:..- POTATOES 101b ;
cattle pastures owner In Hendry of the, Glade state,have Lee ASPARAGUS SOUP ..._.......... i:.c for 25CPillsbury's
and Colllef counties, with :29,000
cret planted in Para grass and Best AUGOOD WHOLE PEELED!: : WINNE&-MADIIN .

other nteed varieties a* excellent which feed are for recor the FLOUR Apricots Dog Super Suds .
beef.production of the ,best grade of I I FLA.I

feet The by market 200 feet at Cattle taBelle pent 1*and 30 5 lb. bag ..ZZC No. 2% can :l5e 6 cans .... 2 for ....%5e :
, aale arena are under roof. It
cover three acre and 1* located CRYSTAL FLAKE AMERICAN BRAND KOSHER .

within on a tate itone highway throw tile of and the Cooking Oil Dill cities VAN CAMP'S .
courthouse. All of southwest I
Florida will benefit by the opening -
of this market 1 Gal.] can 8Ic: Qts. .. .. 15c Pork and Beans,No.2% can,2 for 19c

The annual 30-day recea of the SUNBURST TARGET Chili Con Carne, No.1 can, 2 for. 19c
Florida Supreme Court began
Tuesday of this week. However, Bartlett Pears Corned Beef ,
one or more member of the court Red Beans, tall can, 2 for ....... 17c"'
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