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 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 11, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00087294:00239
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL. XXVII-No. 32 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1939: PRICE FIVE CENTS






Jean Bolton, Former Goulds Girl,








Spared by Abductor Who Slew Chum :








I $15,590 Building Permits I IYOUNG SINGERS FATHER IS




Granted Monday Night! MANAGER OF HO\ PACKING




LOSNERS- SET Utilities Plant Revenue Totals $71,113 I HOUSESINSOUTHDADEAREA


For Year Against Expenses of $43,392 \


Revenues of the municipal electric tclpal swimming pool and the dia-I "Mrs. French" Hurt I 16-Year-Old Kidnap Sur- i
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APARTMENTCOSTA1$9,500, and water plant totaled S7 .- ''mondbaU, field, was valued at In Truck Accident vivor Attended Farm j jI

I 113.38 for the year ending August $%1,200, the councilmen: were told. Life School I
1, according to the report of Gordon j Bills sent out during the year I Not Local Woman I ,
Ivey, superintendent, to memo totaled $64,102.03, an increase of .
( bers of the city council at a meetIng $3.083.02 over the preceding year A young woman who Identified PARENTS CAME HERE

Monday night Operating costs The council: also heard the report l' herself a* Mrs. Evelyn SOME 18 YEAnS AGO
I of the plant totaled "3n 2.33, (he of C. A. Campbell, tax as French ol Princeton alter she

New Structure to Contain report said. sessor which snowed that real *sItato I was Injured In a West Virginia Moved to Miami in Recent
Free Including current is assessed at Improvements
power $634,290, truck accident which prevent
Four Units of Five
for street light and Illumination at $524M3. and personal fatal to another woman, gave Years as Vocal Talent

Rooms Each for local churches and the muni- I property $158,188, with a a fktittew name and address, Became Recognized
(grand total o' $1,316,981. It was ascertained yesterday.

HARRIS RESIDENCE >, The council voted to sit a* aboard There are two Mrs. Frenches I Miss Jean Bolton, 18-year-old

.J. COST WILL BE $3,600 I GRAHAM FACES i I of equalization each Monday .us this vicinity one at Print** Miami High School1 girt' who to-
: |I night during August to hear assessment I ton sad one at llomeateaal and !''caped unharmed from a kidnaperwho '
,
TRIAL TODAY ONGIRLS complaints.Bids neither la named Evelyn and slew her companion Miss
I
or Repairs and RemodelingAlso I from five companies to neither ha been en a trip In France Ruth Dunn lived most other
Included in supply gasoline and oil for the, months. life In the Redlands. She lived

CHARGESHarry ,electric and water plant were The "Mrs. Evelyn Wench" I at or near Goulds until three or
Grants I opened and read to the council by
four when her parent
I''Mr. I In the accident was hat while years ago
Ivey. Councilman Frank B.
I took her to Miami to reside so
to
hitch-hiking trip
Permit tor $19,590 worth of Graham, 25, of Princeton I 1 Rue and Mr Ivey were instructed n a W. Va. The track that she could: be closer to her
Charleston
construction, which will include arrested as a result of an alleged I to investigate the bids and report I vocal work.
.
which she riding wWI
erection of a $9,500 two-story attempted attack on two Home- I back at the next meeting Irene n Daley 24.was went out of I While residing In the South
apartment building and a $3,800 I stead girls was to go on trial in 'bade area Miss Bolton attended
control hill
residence, were approved by the the criminal court of record in TilE WEATHER rile Both on a leaped near to the Fayette-read Redland Farm Ute School and In
city council at I meeting Mon Miami at 10 o'clock today. He 'I
continued her studies at
Olnelal weather report of tile aubtrnplralx.p.rha.aa The Duley Miami
way.: : woman waakilled
day night : was bound over to the court In default station. H.m..ta.d. Flori.... and the other the Miami High School where ihe
Paul and Monroe Loaner, brothers ot $1,000 bond In Justice 0.1. M... Mh Barn "I.Aue. severely IM1I e4. wemaawas will be a Junior next year. A

will erect the apartment Sid L, Kendrick's court several __ __0_ 12 69 30.80 0.23Aug. : vocalist of ability, Miss Bolton
building at Fourth street and First i I weeks ago. S _. 80 72 30.02 0.08 I has been sine childhood featured
avenue. It will contain: four units: Graham wa laid to have attempted Au. 6 ____ 98 72 1.13 GODWIN\ RETURNS singer on the radio and for
of five room each and will be of to force hi* attentions Au. T _.." 81 811 30.06 ,I the lost two year has been a
block and stucco: construction, upon the girl during an automobile Au. 0..__ 89 10 30.05 0.21Aug. singer at the Royal Palm Club
t with til* roof. The Loaner brother ride and to have struck one 9._._ 81 11 0,02 0.01 ORDERED TO GET one of Miami' highest class night
are son of Max Loaner, president of them several times. Another Au,. 10--_ 74 29 98 0.01 clubs.
of the First National Bank youth Harry Wright, also of Until he was taken 10 last season -
of Homestead. Princeton, arrested with Graham, A tropical disturbance 1 Is scheduled PLENTY OF RESTWeak her father, Ernest F. Bolton.
Paul Leaner said the building was released loon after the bearing to crow the southeast coast was manager of the Pearce Produce
win be modem In every respect I in Justice Xendrtck'i court. of Florida at mid-afternoon todayat which
operate
from a 15-day bout with Company,
and the apartments which will be Graham 1* to be tried also on'I a point north of Miami according Perrine and
house at
I sleeping sickness, Barney Godwin, packing
rented furnished, will contain up- charge of arson to which he pleaded to the report at 8 o'clock this the JIandDiltrk't
17, arrived In Homestead Sunday Gouki lie oame to
to-date electrical equipment, including guilty In the lower court.: This morning of the weather bureau. .
from the home of his grandparents 1* years ago.
stoves and refrigerator I charge wa placed against him' The wind, moving at a rate ot '
Homestead,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Godwin Dr. J. A. Smith of
:Work i* expected to start won, he after he wa said to have set fire 12 to 14 miles per hour will havea
of attending
at Birmingham, Ala. a close friend the family U
furniture and In his velocity of 80 miles hour. '
to per
rug parent
'outh' Mr. and Mr Bolton and
aid.The I While not bedfast, the ) *
$3(00 residence will be ** home In an attempt to burn At 0 o'clock the disturbance wa*
Mrs. Bolton baa
cannot engage in too much activity their daughter.
built lor V. L. Harris,Jr. in his mother. Mrs. Rufus Graham.' 12S mite east of Miami.
been in state of near collapse
; ; in fact, he Is under doctor1 a
de -Leon Subdivision. It Ponce. order to "take It easy" for atleast since the disappearance of the girt,
of wooden construction and Youth Wounded With Pistol When Pal six month and Mr. Bolton wa in a distant
tain rooms.
seven
Barney, last year a freshman cay under medical care when advised
Other permit were granted to: I Puts Realism Into Cowboy Indian GameTiring la Homestead High school I Is lamenting of the abduction.
A. R. Meybera remodeling home the fact that he must Mayor Tom J. Harris of Homestead *

on South Krome, near Third street, forego school during the first also a friend of the Bolton*.

$500; W. B. Caves, new Boot on I of playing I game of cow-. sons of Mn. LaMar Kendrick, to term. "Skipping all those classes spent a part of Wednesday with
home on First avenue, $150; F R. boy and Indian with wooden pistols spend the afternoon. Soon will set me back a lot of credits," them while the hunt for the two

Irwin, remodeling porch on home, three Homestead boys procured Imiglnary bullets were "whizzing"from he said. "But I'll try to make girls wa In progress
$150; Arthur Smith, residence, the "real thln"-a 38 call. wooden weapon, accom- them up tome way-maybe I can Tom Ashwell confessed: slayer
Plneburst Addition. $200; Dennis' bre revolver Monday afternoon.The panied by vocal "bangs". John (Continued on Page Eleven) (Continued on Page Three)
Mills, repairs to residence, Pine-
remembered his father's large
result: Charles Steffanl, IS
Addition Standard Oil
hunt repair; to building InNelson son of County Agricultural Agent pistol and decided to put some Woman Two
Company Homestead Man Rescues
realism Into the game. ,
F. H. Charles tt Steffan is suffering II
Addition, $200
;
Redd, addition to building under bullet wound in the left arm. yard He and brought"emptied"the pistol It of Into the car the" Men From Wrecked Car in Card SoundQuick
North Krome Young Steffanl went to the
construction on avenue tridges.. He tested It and snapped
1200. home of Robert and John Kuhn, the trigger several time There action on the part and Daniels, 47, of 1828 S.

---- were three click and then an txpkxlen. James Vann, Jr. of Homestead V Fourteenth terrace, Miami
Chamber Advised to Use Original probably savedrow death twomss I Mia France M. Kremer,' twh*.

I Charles wa shot just above the and a woman trapped In an ,Miter ot tile mrvrvor, ws pinnedto
; Ideas to Exploit Limes, AvocadosSpend elbow. The bullet entered the s4lomd tie which plunged lilt Card the floor of.ths ear by debris
left side of the arm, traveled Sound bridge into live feet .f sad was drowned, and Claude
plenty of money and-getaway Commerce who met Wednesday through the boo and cam to a water and took the-live .f two I HamUton. a, of Decatar, Oa.

from the rubber stamp' night to discuss plan for a Umo- stop Just under the skin on the other par**** Saturday: oht I driver ef the car,died.of a broken
method of publicity wa the advice Avocado Week, an exploitation of right lid. He wa taken to the Vans leaped into Use water and neck.
of J. J. L Phillip of Coral the Red II Ii d District's chief Post Graduate Hospital, where dragged from the wreckage the The acddost occurred at th*

Gables, owner of Redland Avocado product be wa treated by Dr. J. A. Smith, Mis Marguerite Kroner, 26 north end of th* bridge. The our
Grove, to members of the Despite Mr. Phillips' plea to and removed to his home the following End 8. W. Seventeeth terrace, tomobil skidded on the wet plank

Redland District Chamber of .(Continued on Page Three) day ;C. a Mulling, 11, Atlanta, (Continued on Pap Three)





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Pan Two "T.1t 1.\DE'lt-F !+}Z'SPtPR1Sl- Friday Aurn 11. l

been striving win be doo wd. It m Palm Cemetery at Naranja.

Home Captures Half-Way Mark Flag I JUDICIARY HELD Barbarism win supplant our modem I/I I The structure, Urge enough toreceive
I I way of living." tour casket, has a tile
By Taking Easy Victory From Perrine! SACRED TRUSTIN Discussing prosperity and) progress .I root and an entloaed garden in
in the ItH1I O District, Mr. front Flowers were banked
I Peters said this section la just around the low fence enclosing .
The W. D. Horn Ox Iran following Innings nothing but MODERN LIFEThe beginning to find speed" In comparison the garden, in which the casket
emerged with the nidHMnuon goose em graced the up.cowa- to the accomplishmentsthe rested wMIe the Rev. J. J. Rich-
championship of the local dlamondbn I- tuns' score card. Horne, on the : future holds. Miami I*rapidly aids and the Rev. R. T Blackford .
league Friday night by other hand cot going In the first Judiciary It menkindsgreatest attaining International fame and conducted the committal services

handing PerrtM a .-.... defeat frame. Three men came III and boon and therefore edges the Redland District Is following In I I| Pall bearers were Mayor Tom
before CM of the Urged crowd then nothing happened unto the of the highest integrity and efficiency its footsteps, be said. "Tbs South Harris Carl Deden, Howard
of fan to we I fun at the municipal fourth when the winning markwas should be elected to the Dade area is part of the heartthrob Lamb Frank Rue Fred Flecks, ANeibitt

baD fleht I made.r bench. C. W. Peter Miami attorney of Miami and the section Chas.J. Cave and Russell '
The finish tt the hall_ >aa, working the mound far aid In a talk at the RedlandDittrkt .will keep In stride with the city Anderson.
mark showed l Horn with 12 win Perrine. and Nelson' hurling for Uonj Club meeting Tuesday a* It moves onward and upward" '
... Perrine" 10 win I Home were pretty evenly matchedIn '
and three night he said.Preston. "
"What's happened George?
a
and five loves, Brook five win their efforts; each struck out I I'I'I I' '
and South Miami five men. fleas allowed four "The necessity of the Investigation woman asked her husband as he

04 thIN II wine losses and U lone walk and Nelson two. Into the activities of a federal Bird, Jr., Laid got out of the" car.
said.
three errorsfor Judge and his subsequent re- Puncture be
If the Home players finish In They chalked and two up for Home. movel was a blow to civilization," i To Rest in Vault TuesdayThe "You ought to have been on the }
Perrine
end of
the
any place but tint at Mr. Peters said. "If such rotten I lookout for this," the replied. .
the second aerie, they will play The scores: ness spreads la our Judiciary body of Preston B. Bird. Jr.. "You remember the guide warned i
are. ir
for the championship -' nnur lice '
the top-notchert__. I ..i'M >a a. ro A iUM. system al line Ideal and aspirations wa laid to rest Tuesday afternoon yogi there was I fork in the road.*
of the s Sk i a a j eLwnM. for which the country has In the stone vault constructed for.-EL
Friday night Pcrrtna made 1U Sk =:.:: I I 1 I (
and only bid for UM' Lc-Iotllt.- S S
strongest D ..i a e i
championship In the third Inning I a I' I II
JaDina.Y.i I .
when three men craned homepia' A_. _... t ; I *I 1
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..-,. ... 555.1 II I 10Sen. Scouts, announced. The Club will \
:: 11..31 It : :.21Is be called the Mounted Patrol and

W...._ .. ....210Rw1.a. .., will be a unit of the Cycle Club Ot.tf .
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2i.5 A oft ...... Is t ..Irr' of the Greater Miami
6'.rP line ? T ..I.. Chamber of Commerce and Radio \ Persian Lime Pie
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.- Fred Suber will have of
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Of all the I versions of that nobleAmerican
YJ water !
cup institution I the Pie ,
none

New Supply 1'cup 1 tbs. butter sugar is more temptingly delicious I than

C tbs. cornstarch this summer specialty from Florida's 4

4 beaten yolks Persian Lime Bake it the
groves.
We Have a New Supply of 3 limes, juice only Modern Electric kitchens .
Way. Keeps :
1 lime, rind only ;

Landreths', Simon's, and Stokes' 1'/{ cup milk 8 to 10 degrees cooler. Safe, '

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1 baked 9" pie shell flameless. Makes foods taste better, r

Mis (j cup water and the and assures good results. At new

SEEDFOR cornstarch to thin paste. Heat
milk and sugar together In slepdovn rates, lowest in history,

saucepan. Add the cornstarch you can add electric cookery to the

FALL PLANTING pate and cook with electric electric refrigeration you already
unit turned to LOW. Stir con

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about 15 minutes. Pour over cost as low as . $2 .
slightly beaten egg yolks, return .
AND DONT FORGET TO USE
to saucepan and cook 2


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Friday; Antrusfrll.,1933 ... .. _... ._ .._ _" THE',JADER* ENTERPRISE Pa;* Three.
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the guard rail without causing any" packer of the Radlanda would be ,Ptttllps was u...only OB* that ie-
JEAN BOLTON damage within the space of severs C'OFCJSED willing to dqnate large amounts of tponded.

: hours. When be saw a crowd mousy for eiptyting-: Urn MId '
(Continued from Page One) collecting he ran to the gaping (Cbnt ued from P w One) avocado if they were reasonablysure Manager: "t heat you and the

of Frances, had posed a* a motion hole in the guard rail and leaped |"do the thing up right', the chamber that the campaign would be leading lady are on the outs"
picture talent scout and had Into the water near the car. ttemben rote to abide fay eonducted in a proper. and result- Electricians "Yeah. It was one
gained the confidence of the two The car, Vann said, was under I plan to "plug" for a week the bringing mannet < of thoM quick Chang scene with
girls as well an their families. about five feet of water with the consumption of limn and avocados Special invitations to attend the the stag all dark. She asked for
rear end slightly higher than the I in Miami Homestead and Intervening meeting were teat M packers and her tights and 1 thought she said
Monday Prances and Jean started front H* said the two persons points and climax the advertising Trippers of the Rtdlandx Mr I.I..hls.-Ix. ,
for Palm Beach with him tor
in the front seat were apparently period with a Homestead Ii
the purpose of obtaining promotional dead and he concentrated his efforts dance at which a "queen" wouldbe

photograph, which Ash- on extricating those in the crowned. Pledges totaling 170. FREE HOT WATER 1i
well said were to be used in getting -
have been received from a numberof
screen tests and paving the rear.Because
of the damaged condition shipper and packer
way for movie contracts. They NO DOWN PAYMENTs -
of the car, the work of dragging The "plugging" plans call for -
were to return that nightThe
out the victims was extremely the placing of placards In place I
search for the girls started : difficult. Vann aid. The threein of business and restaurants In
Tuesday when developments Indicated the rear wit were consciousand Miami urging the GIlt of lime and
that they had been duped were holding their head avocado, and stickers for automobile !
and were in danger. The hunt above th*.water when h* succeeded -, Plan also were discussed
took on nation-wide proportionsas in removing wreckage of the I for the erection of a huge cask on

time passed and no word from car and bridge away from them.! the outskirts of Homestead from s ,, r' c C r
the girls was tvcelved. By the time he had gotten the I which'free lime Juice will be dls- +tR

The girls did not become suspicious tint victim from the car, Robert I penaed. M I Iv
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until Ashwell drove the Aibur) arrived alongside In a rowboat Mr. Phillips said the chamber's
car off the Federal highway at The vlctllna're placed Inj plans -hare been out-moded by
Boca Raton onto the beach road. the boat and taken to shore. They their us* In many previous advertising
A short time later the car became were brought to Homestead in an campaigns and therefore
mired in a swamp. Ashwell drew ambulance of the Turner Funeral are Impractical Til live my $10
a gun and threatened the girls Home. to help the affair but I might as
ahd when Frances screamed he Funeral service and burial for well throw it Into the fire for all
struck her with the butt end of Miss Kremer were conducted the good it will do me. I havean
the weapon, knocking her un- Wednesday. The =body of Mr. advertising plan of my own andI
conscious. Then he bound Jean Hamilton wss sent to Atlanta for know it will work. If no one
with adhesive tape and placed burial. will help me, then ell put it on METAL CONSTRUCTION:
her In the car and dragged Frances Mr. Daniels Is president of the' myself," he said.
GUARANTEE
some distance through the Daniel Towing & Salvage Comp- In outlining his plan to the FIVE-TEAK
bushes and tied her to a tree. Returning pany of Miami. Miss Frances chamber, Mr. Phillips said not less AI LOW AI
!f, car he warned Jean to Kremer was secretary of the than $500 would be needed for NEW IMPROVED 'T R 0 P i CAL Bl'i' >" ,
behave "or else." Florida Machinery Corporation, :expenses "as a starter." Service I SOLAR WATER HEATER Gives You'Ull

Jean was wept bound In the car Miami, an organization affiliated of a man thoroughly conversantwith Plenty of FREE Hot Water .... .h. .... ** vf
throughout the night Occasionally with an Atlanta company with advertising campaigns should I INSTALLED
she could hear AshweU mistreat which Mr. Uullings Is associated. be obtained and he should have I
Frances. An Inquest Into the two deaths,complete control of the drive', he! Terms-Payments as Little as $3.00 a Month
has been set tentatively 10 aa id.
All day Tuesday Miss Bolton 1
remained bound in the ear. Ash- o'clock next Thursday morning by After the advertising manager
well went to Oelray Beach and Justice of thit Peace E. R.'Low lays the ground work, then.every I PLUMBING INSTALLATIONSAND
returned with some cheese and at Tavernler. store In Miami where fruit is sold I i
should be contacted 'for selling,
crackers. It was the first food
Jean had tasted since early Mon GOOD TRUCK FERTILIZER limes and avocados, he said.; REPAIRS
Places agreeing to feature the fruit
day. That night Ashwell tightened BENEFITS LAWN
Jean' bonds and drove with should be supplied with the fruit
her to the Seacrest hotel at Del- Almost, any good truck fertilizer for four weeks, with the -stipulation FIIA Loans Free -EstimatesSPECTER'S
ray Beach. He left Jean in the applied at the rate .of 20 to that the dealer pay only for
car while he registered and took 30 pounds per 1.000 square feet fruit sold he said.
her Into the hotel by a little used of pace, la good for: bringing outa Under Mr. Phillip. plans, all
door. lawn. If the grass turn yellow fruit placed in the store during
due to'lack of fertilizer later on, the four weeks4would be packedby I
Ashwell told Jean that he Intended -
a top-dressing of nitrate of sodacr the rower and each box wouldbe
liberating her. He spent Crosley Radios Refrigerators and Autos
,
sulfate of ammonia, applied at Inspected to guarantee perfection. -
all day Wednesday and most of
the rate of 10 to 29 .
pounds
per BORNE BLDG. HOMESTEAD. FLA. PHONE Tl
Wednesday night coaching her on
1,000 square feet, usually will give I Mr. Phillips said he Is of the I
a story she was to tell when she
satisfactory results opinion that most shippers and
.
returned to Miami Then he Instructed .
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her to go to a telephone,
get an aunt on the wire and instruct -
her to come to Boca Raton
for her.
Repair
The aunt, Mrs. Eleanor Robinson
arrived at Boca Raton, followed -
by two Jetectives. Jean

and city her haU.aunt were united at the Remodel t


A short time later AshweU was
discovered attempting to hitch
hike his way a short distance out- Modernize I
side the city. He confessed slayIng -
France and led officers to a rotner
place where he had hidden his gun
and articles belonging to the dead
girl.

In the meantime, the body of ...
France was found, on Informa- r
tion furnished by Jean who from
Ashwell's talk had begun to suspect 1111 ,
that her chum was dead. IIII ,, 1. ,
i e ss.
The murdered girl had been
stabbed seven times and her t 1 1111

throat cut Jean escaped violence
,Y because aha followed Ashwetl's
warning to "behave and not give

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RESCUES THREE

FHA-INSURED LOANS AVAILABLE !

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of the bridge floor and tore away a
71 feet of guard rail before It

of plunged the crash Into the were sound.brought Survivors to the .A loan from $100 to $10OOO-Iny amount you Repairs can be made on this plan: the house repainted

Post Graduate hospital at Homestead can repay conveniently: out of your il\fOme-\\ill or reroofed. New comfort may be installed

Victoria and hospital later wr Miami.taken to Mir the ,I supply the money for improvements on the FIIA : a nyy heating or lighting or plumbingPlan.

\ Marguerite Kremer suffered a, ,. The loan may be repaid monthly over a system. Attentions may be made: the building

Daniel fractured. received hip and A severe broken bruin collar,: period of "tan-in installments suited to your enlarged otherwise remodeled. We will be

bone and UuiUngs wa overtly: ;I ."income.New--before bad weather t'omes-ls glad to tell you more about the FIIA Plan of

bruised.Vann. a fishing boat I "the tfnie to have the work done. convenient monthly payments.
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tho first to reach the ,
the car purged off the bridge.
Ha was at Slnitt,'. Place, a short I
distance away: from the bridge,
LUMBER .CO.
heard where the he crash.is employed when he BROOKER

Vann raid he did not Immediately HOMESTEAD FLA. PHONE 62
run to the crash Ken because -
anent other can had

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE LOFZIDA (HLIGHTS 1t' riB f JI Little

.....,...... assns ae a..we.t na..
ib 1M ewtk On" PoWl_'.. c_...,.

, alN AIICBII ,,_. _.__, sawMAIJOnn SWIMS UPSIDE *DOUNITS rJ: Bird

UAC.. ,.. AItCRI.te ReIM' PECULIAR HABIT OF Told UsMNMNM.1r.wIN1,11NN11rN111NI.111"w
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i( a._ w -.I clew men .- 1t. SWIMMING GIVES THE (
M_ IS HIJ. as MM ...I does M *
BAC.f ltt'//M
} 11_.... rtarM% ..... Hw Ml .f IER"1SPAPlRAR
kUn S. isms NAME f THAT the whiskey van which

t an1SCRIPTSN IATSs stopped In front of the promlnelthy.lclan'
r. Dads ..... _. ., MIIM 20
realdencelOm. miniates
Oa.tw j" C.s.U =::....."_.:: : 7,1
did not deliver a wholesale

cargo there, but merely waited
'
Needed : a Bump on the ;, i %NVEwNTEO' while its driver paid the doctor a

Nose so I professional visit
IIUDAllya'
.
A successful businessman who ,
t ALPHABET THAT grass dividing the stones
if oLio a university trustee widely: ot a walk may look beautiful sad

read, cultured, thoughtful and a /6Kon T P ENGL/SJ rAND may be allowed to remain even

good judge of human nature, was CimiZ ALPHABETS though a visitor trips over It once ,,:
46a in while but when the lady of
discussing a chain young man. a ;
'SEQUOIA CHfAOff
GEN/lief the manor falls and sprains her
"1 have known him' h.. said,
1' DEVELOPED A MUR/T/NG' ankle,then cndeth the grass In the 1'
"since he WH five year oht He

bM a fine mind and In school, .SYSTEOfHISOl/N- walk. e .
hM wed it to dvaatege, at toast '
to the extent ef gstttBC food THAT if a future young surgeon .
grades. Re was bam last week as good at body: patching u be' 1"Ia

from college; he to taking graduate la at "nig cutting" In a nearby ..
club house his fauna will be atsured. 'Ii
work too a PKU. degree fat "
I
English. He to S3 years old and I .
4.4M e
the thing that Impressed me most
about him we his complete- Is44 THAT the leas important a man
concern about earning his living AtlMtf :ils to actual everyday Ufe, the

He is satisfied that somehow, In greater the dictatorial attitude be

. due time. It will be arranged, by assume at home
, INII'IIebodymebody else Things
have been arranged for him by fllHillIIIlIIHIlIMilllIlliIllIl! ! ![ !! !! '

+ other ever since he WM born $

An Increasing number of people A t 6it 20 Years Ago:

: y including tome educators who i
have their feet squarely on theround tl

fi ( believe that the caM of .' roe IIIIilllillllltillllllUIIIIIIIIIiI11111111U1Ter.
ttiii young man la far too typical:
NRWtoff nibs are takmIntorwlH _
. Ii today. They My it represent the boom suse saw at -11-"
\ severest. Indictment: of the present Mt UMi MM U. 1111.M .
MM Snth nnMh BWIMT. ..>*
_ailed higher education I =we" Oct IT, 1MI. was Uw Ns.s-
, I Employment official MsembBbff On its back, which Is shaped life the ogemenf and repeated failure that hV !finally I- Lwdrn

not long ago at a regional bottom of a boat the BACK-SWIMMER con I evolved the Cherokee syllabary in 1821, ,-". Dr J. A. Sutton addressed
i gathering of personal associations travel with astonishing rapidity across the 1 which was recognized as an invaluable Invention council relative to the' enforce.ment *
, ? brought out the fact that a principal surface oi the water. A relative of the giant for the elevation of the tribe Within of Ordinance No. 67, dating

, reason why. Job often an I water bug, this peculiar Insect has a nET a few months; thousands of hitherto illiterate I that there haateen some annoying:
.: / not given to youngsters just out I harp beak with which It sucks out the Juices Cherokees were able to write their own violation of the Sunday closinglaw

, S of college Is because their attitude I oi its prey. It also has wings which are utilized language. Sequoia was bom about 1760( in and asking that same be en.. :
toward employment la such a curfew to &y from pond to pond. Tennessee. but later moved to Arkansas forced. Council requested the
a one. They expect to M given, Though he never attended school and. in where he took up his permanent abode Us I'marshal to look after this matter.
: I' fairly large salaries and congenial all his life never learned to speak read or remarkable invention was destined to have Mf\ Strunk of the Fairbanks.

, work, ;yet they have been on the write the English language, SEQUOIA was a profound influence on Cherokee history. I Morse company discussed before
. I receiving end of thlngi They able to devise a method of communicating The Florida Seminoles are descendants ol I council the electric light plank
have been fed, clothed and cared thought among the Cherokee Indians by the Cherokees. The Cherokees were the) lore (proposition and gave valuable information -
t for and have not had to turn a'' 1 ," J
means ol writing It was only alter years .II" bears ot tho Florida Seminoles
hand to help their families or patient labor in the lace of ridicule aiscour- -"Prof. H. E. Stevens of the Unl-
themselves. To many of them it to i '''verslty: of Florida Experiment
a shock to learn that as adult I" == NI NNIMNN/NNININIYN/NNIINN/NNNNMIINNNIINIII.''
Station
,? ,- ,1NNNNINNNNNNNN lone death for each 10,000 motor I Is to leave here next week
they: are expected to stand up and Children in Court for his home in Gainesville Prof.
vehicles In use Canada has but ,
CURRENT { ; 'I f
fight and value :
: give for what they ,
I I
j 110 H while Italy has the highest I I Stevens has been investigating the
get Increasing numbers of employers B7 Judge Malcolm Hitfteld I fruit spot avocados at the Red-
/ these personnel officials COMMENTBy 61.4, England is 24.6, Germany's MNNN.INNNINNNNNxINNIN.wN1NN1NINNNHEREDITY .I on {.
t 1 434 |tend laboratory and has made
, declared, prefer to wait for a year : CHARACTERISTICS in his
i some progress experiments *
: .r two before they hire these fresh I AGNEW WELSH MiamiNINNNN..YIN.N.wMY.NIN.Y.INNNN I ARK NOT TRANSMITTED ."
products of the colleges-"at feast When I told Uncle Ezra that '
: until they have had their noses I There is enough crude oil In I Florida prisoners were to have I The fact, that a court recently "Osro Halnlin and family have
. bumped a bit"Probably I the earth to last 150 years Who new uniforms-white for the regulars completed; Ucing its fiftieth child returned from the northern end
of says so, you ask Well there Is blue-gray for trusties, but out for adoption definitely proves I of the state much to the Joy: ot
some the fault
lies
i that hereditary characteristic are "
: with the home a lot ol difference In the value of the old "coon-tall" stripes wouldbe their friends.
and urban living. not transmitted from generation to
J Cash allowances are given to city an opinion of that sort, and In this worn by the state road workers generation The great majority -"Joseph Billiard, Jr, arrived
children case the authority is L O Del- he said "Those fellows In white Tuesday: at the home of Mr. and
of whom
many never doa of these fifty children came from
: lick of work to earn the money bridge, a petroleum technologist remind me of the old..saying, 'AIL homes where incest, prostitution, Mrs. Joseph Billiard via 4he stork -**,
o e dressed-up and no whar to go11 line"
Probably: part of the fault lies : I drunkenness, thievery, etc. were
It would worth while to try It will be Interesting to note the
: with B. Hobbs returned to Homestead
school and college teachers; prevalent To date none of thesechildren I-"F. -
beans the soils of Florida. effect if the change will '"*
,
: too many of them turn their facesto soy on any have reverted to any: of on Tuesday: after some
This legume Is growing In Importance have on the morale of the men
. I months For time
theories
about life, rather thanto the type: that characterised their I overseas. some
the actualities o( living. In IMS the crop covered e o parents but on the contrary, are he held a position of athletic Instructor -
and for this It has bees the contention of I *
8.11 ,000 acres
.
Mr. _
"There U some good evidence nuking splendid progress.in their as Hobbs la a 11atbkte. -
: I said Or Henry C. Link dlcusaiag year the increase in acreage was some that at least one of the minor new environments trained ."

what he called who vke of ..ducation" nearly Uli per cent. Present contributing factors to present unemployment In..la gratifying to note that practically -"Mr. and Mrs Will Booth and i
: In his provocative book ranking states. their planting are problems Is the office all children of such low I family, Mrs Booth sister Mr.

I "The Return ,to Reiltlontr.t Illinois, Indiana. Iowa and Ohio I weman. If you welt Into a pub-(grade parentage lead jternul lives and Mrs. .Job:* Booth. Emma and;.
: the prolongation ef samel education e e lie attic a quarter ef a- centuryago when they have been adopted by Rita bitch spent Wednesday at
. One of the northern states, you would find few, If any
, results in a deterioration of ,cultured and intelligent foster Mlaanl Beach." .
Ohio, la paying much, attention to women, not even* stenographers; White "influences
n personality parents hereditary
'the rehabilitation of its crippled but lOW they: are found In all avenues have their effects -Wm. Musselwbite returned
: errhe' individual
The "gimme attitude h the from Gainesville where be ha*
of Thllincre.
and maimed. Last :year it assisted employment .
in thia field
: I negation of the service Ideal True students aregradually beet ".
, 465 persons toward self-sup i ing employment of women Is indicated forced to concede that attending summer school.
f edutauoo whether in home or in port by training them to usefulness by the following table taken envlronmeM can and does affect "The Redland J'U'III..LIft, laugh
school, Instate that ft, primary under their handle.sI1MI. -; ef I from the New York Times the physical characteristics Which scfiool department opened Monday

euattty of adulthood t* ability to almost 43 per cent were due 1 showing the Increase, .boUi Jn.single .'me child inherited at birth. Many;with a splendid company of young
take care of oneself; which means to accidents and 43 to disease One and married Vrasnan, in the authorities are convinced that'environment -i men and young ladies TIle enroll'*Ij'
to give. more than It means to get would naturally believe that the line of employmentPeriod : alone practically always ..raent Wit twentr: with several
The youngsters will be swarmingIn most accidents would occur in the Unmarried Married determines social behavior j'(more to enter as they return from
and out of the house for another upper limbs but figures prove that I 189 1IIH.884 51S.SffO However it has been noted -In i the summer schools at Gainesville
month yet Perhaps this U exactly but per cent were ef these while 190 4237,138 T6947T many baffling cases that the child I and Ta11.lauThJa la the larg-

the fellcKloua season subtly 35 per cent of the accidents sf-. 1010 B.749.K7 1890661 menial conflict, rather than environmental -|est number that school has ever enrolled *
to suggest to the young bloods Meted the lower limbs.Th 1920 6.426,SIS 1920281 factors, were the real in this department"
tome of the things they will be head of pkla rehabilitation 19307.M0.8J5 3,171,301 causes which brought him Into _", Among the new student
expected to grvetf you can do work said: ""The were of success" During last winter the legislatures court la several instances punishment -1 to enter Redland school this week
ft between their tennis Matches lies In the mdlvldulal; a man is a of 21 state had before was futile because the of- are Misses Eugenia Whetstone
and beach picnicThe Rotarian cripple only when he permits his them bill seeking remedy the, fender's feeling of Insecurity and!Charlotte Strickland and Messrs.
Magazine mind to dwell upon his loss The situation but it was somehow like confusion were the motives for Willie Home and Everette DuJrft.J' ."
motto ef Uw department la, The the old fable of the devil thear1111' his behavior. Mines Sylvia Kerfoot
CLlPrta TRAVEL GAINS only hopeless cripple is the deliberate i I the hog-tote of noise but It is Interesting to note that'.Hilda Pierce! Florence Hill* WlloW

Summer travel on Pan American shirker"o wooL many normal children who are!Simmons and Annie Harper were
Airways cUpper ships to South e brought into court have been!Hedtand High School student at-
America and points i. the West We Floridians are- ties appalled .. In a newspaper: "Ca truest or iacorrigibile before they''tending, the summer school at TalUhassee -
todies increased In June to 63611 by: the great number et'l pow pal Kara $50308 In rive started stealing However, onto' and Gainesville ,*
passengers, an Increase of 18811over I death by automobile accident Weeks." Mo, he dldnt No Capone they start pilfering from stores and -"Mn. Lillle L. Bow returned
June, .".. The clippers: but II survey: by the National i iI "par ever "..me .ny: from'-neighbor they realty adhere this week to Horaestrad from
traveled a total of 160.000-miles !,I Safety Council shows that the United ',money nor can any man honest to this type of lawlessness j Lakeland where she has been forI
during 1.833 hour aloft officiate |i I I States stands sixth In the frequencyof Iy earn that sum ''In five week rather than adopt some new form I some months, while her son, Mac
announced. these'our ratio being nor In,Uv yean. of delinquency. (was In the service.*

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I IB junior and seniorhigh schools KOflCUJC: GROWS BEST WITH 'Slates has striven to tiring Its
: 8.1%. I PLANTS WIDELY SPACED armed force up to a par with
ARE 'THERE ANY QUESTIONS? The proportion et married women Rosette, or Florida cranberry, Is other nations, ao that In the-event
, to all teachers omen and 'wo\ planted and grown In the same of a conflict no great -dependence k
I r men. In I and 1 room elementaryrural manner asiok***'except that rosette on outside kelp .wouldbe acces
Are. there any Question 1 1C t- higher In general the typicalcoats schools .Is 18.6%; with 18.8*" .plant ar more widely spaced sary. Without exception. all UK-
.nrro.'s Nora "h"- for students attending men's for all other elementary schools,1 Rows should be four feet apart
wan of our country were skirted
5.0,4.. M M...".. 10 .....hl ..
p" ,
.., .weld __1._ college Is higher than that for And 10% and 7.2" lor Junior tired, and the plant should stand four la woeful state of unprrpni 4ness. -
Ywk.ll_(;1Ip.c.a..QuwtlMr ..... .on.....d._N twu_ women's colleges, and both are senior high schools respective];+. feet apart In the vow A4erUU er> Our fire conflict the
W .....- .......... skim ..- higher than for co-educational Institution The smaller proportion of married analyzing five percent nitrogen I Revolutionary War, was fought
*"*.*. *. women in high school I* due 'to even percent phosphoric acid and without adequate means.trf of CMC
QUESTION: At whit age do QUESTION: What exactly .is the relatively greater number of five percent potash applied at the and defense and it It had not been
children learn to talk? meant by the term 'consumer edu men teaching in these schools. rate of 1,000 to 1,500 pounds per for our allies, the French we
REPLY: Various studies of this cation'? a it being taught In The data for these figures was acre has been found suitable forroeelle. surely would have lost A.I the
problem indicate that the average schools collected in 1981, but It is believed To keep the plants in close of this. conflict there were
',child dots not speak his tint recognizlable REPLY: Consumer education thatthere has been relatively little production one should pick the I more French soldiers In our country -
' word until between the education to make consumers more change In percentage since. I pods while they are young. I I than American."Of .

}0th and 12th month.In an investigation informed 'and intelligent la I course the moat glaring example
of ohildren'i vocabulary their purchasing of the various, United States Able to Get on War of our unKcpafeduei W"
conducted at the University of goods and service they may need.It .I .1 In the World War. when in some
Iowa by M. X. Smith It wall found teaches-the ooneureer drew to get Footing in 6 Months, Rotarians Hear Instances, new soldiers went into
that the avenue vocabulary of more value for tie money, warns battle with .but a Sew week of to
,one-year-old ohlld1'e1lbree. him against danger and pit-falls,: .At JSreaent ,the Culled States! moms Agreement' ;has been made military tsalnlng and armed with
-words, at 18 month, ,t words, but give him a basis for a wise could been a complete war tooting wherein, in the event of war the!'rifle "which tin bore the heavygreaae k .
that by the second birthday a baa tion for his !particular needs.101ee.1 concerns immediately would start :. of bag storage periods lathe i iI
Jumped to 272 word The combining Because the average within she months Rwarwas -fleclarad -' turning one half at their pjxnjuc- I Civil War, the state ol unpre-
of words and phrase usually leaving ,school will be ,concerned ,JJr A.F.. Slackford. sector lion over to the: (government for par dness was ao great on both I
does not begin until after IIVnonthi. with the purchase of food cloth- ..f -El .lo n'* Episcopal' .Church, at least six month sides that the military llundcr/ /
At two many .children, ing. shelter, health services, redreatlon said In a talk betor the Home. While the United States Is diving were many and costly." ,
can speak complete sentences, can and many other items, I stead Rotary Cub Wednesday military -training to men "in The war with the Seminole Indians -
use pronouns and plural forms I consumer education .is being taught -big ," the country still is proved a costly and long- ,
a
I way
correctly, and use the past tenses I more and more in schools. In some noon. 'Mr. Blaclcford, first :lieutenant tar down the Jut of nations in this drawn-out affair because It was
of verbs. schools special courses in consum-, chaplain of Die 325th Infantry procedure he said. He pointedout not conducted in an able military ,
Children of er education have been intro' is of the manner, Mr. Blackford .aic!. The 1
superior Intelligence reserve, a veteran : that Jn most of the larger
Ju general learn to talk earlier duced.. In others, consumer education World War. countries U per cent of the men I conflict lasted ten years and at
(than the average, though failure occupies a large plaoe 4a have bad military training whilein the end the .Indian were only
to talk by two years .is not necessarily various combination course Instill "All poMtbllitlei for gran on our country only one-third of pacified, not conquered and the :
a sign of Inferior intelli others, It .la presented in con the part of private concern dotti one per cent -have had such in- 1,000 men ordered into the war ,
gence. There may be physical nection with commercial courses. 1'I ngith Abe government have traction expanded to 100,000 before It was
reasons for slowness In learning Several high schools In .New ,been 'eliminated and ;plan lor the "-Unpreparednet in time .f war ended, -h* said.
to talk. A child may have trouble York City, offer courses .dealing I manufacture of -war material has 'cost nations millions of lives
With his!haring or an ey.tae tongue-. primarily with the quality of have been carefully made and set and it has been only in recent
tied. Or the trouble may be environmental i merchandise sold in retail stores. aside for use In an emergency,. .years that the United States has I
-the child may never i This nr1:;:; of consumer edu Mr BlacUord said. "With many ,awakened to this fact," be said r
have had the necessity; of making other acheol devote of the larger concern a ',enUe- ,defense act in 1320, tile United I ;
his demands known by speech. considerable time -in science
'Cases have been found where two- classes to analyzing various quall- ,
,year Olds have not learned to ties of consumer goods Economic
.speak because all their wants and science classes are lacreasingly 1..
,were cared for without their having devoting attention to I "
to draw attention to them. I the problem of consumption and
problem that lace I
Once the child_ n has_ _reached_______ the the average
stage where'he .is able to talk, parents -. consumer. r .
can cooperate fcy speaking For a long time consumer education k
lowly land .distinctly, by using I baa been taught in various
Imple ,,'lanssage and avoiding home economic classes, In foods or
w meaningless toby-talk, by naming J textiles, or borne management
familiar objects as the child There .is *decided tendency, how-
touches them.or plays wtUi ihem, ever, to divorce consumer education f
and by giving 'the 'Child time to from done economics.
express himself in his own way QUESTION I have the task I
However, parents should guard of buying a number of book '11ft
against trying to push the fbilo.. occupations and fields of work
Too zealous an effort to speed or for a small-town library. Could
to interfere with >a thud's normal you suggest torn guide which. 1 I
rats of prQll'elt" likely to do as could use for this?

much harm ,as good. REPLY: :A very useful guide for
QUESTION: : How much does it this purpose .is "Vocational Guidance -
-cost 'to go to college Through the Library" by H.
REPLY!: : According to figures D. Kitaon and M R. Lingenfelter,
1 D 1 S
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compiled by the U. S. Office of American Library Association,
Education, the average typical Chicago, 1938.QUESTION .
!
costs of students attending coeducational : What percentage fat HOME f&PttdVEMENTS
colleges are as follows: of women teachers are married)
Privately controlled institutions, REPLY: About 14.8%! of all women I
$970; Roman Catholic Institutions, teachers in the public schools
$830; Protestant denominational are married, according to estimates
lngtitutioni$480; state controlled based on figures compiled In con-
institutions and state and city nection with the National Survey
teachers' colleges, $314; negro of Education of Teachers.
colleges, '260. For women teachers in elementary If you lack the necessary cash to pay plumber,

These figure include room, school the percentage: Is 17% and
board, 'tuition, fees, books, laundry electrician carpenter and supply dealer for
supplies and other personal I, !

averaged expenses, the Since expenses there costs may are behigher I IF ITS home modernization, perhaps you can afford to :

in some institutions.' I I '
For inon-co-educational Instltutiena -
the'oosti were found to be make your home modern with an FHA-Insured

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Fire Insurance and

Kindred Lines care of the cost of labor and materials. Reason-


SI N. Krone A... you want done, let able financing costs. .. up to 5 :years to pay .

the man that knows
convenient installments suited to income.
your
how, do It. No job

I too small or too big.
1
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Prices right.GROVER .
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Pare Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August 11, 1939

i 1| Jim Dixon has been HI at lilt Watkins' Injured in Car day altem n. Roberto, busy 4n .i:
home this past week. the bow of the boat, wait not ;;
Accident on Honeymoon '
ware that anything was amiss '
ancl'.RrounclHomestead until he suddenly discovered thatPowers' ;
In Mlis Constance Hunter Is spending Mr. and Mn Edward Watkins
place at the opposite odd
; two weeks visiting friend In "f
of Homestead were Injured slightly was vacant Then he saw Powers'body '
South Miami. when the automobile In which
floating fifteen feet away. 'Y
they were riding was struck by He summoned help from shore and
'j Richard Mattson resumed] his another machine near Lakeland recovered the body
duties at Fuchs Baking Co. in Saturday night The Watklns InJuries Powers survived by a ion,
South Miami after a two weeks did not require medical at Walter Powers, of Key West and to
absence following an auto accident tention. Several persons in the
brother, Joseph Powen ot Fort
a
,
; HIM Catherine Murphy of C. A. Haynes of Houston, Tex, other car were treated at a hospital Myers. .3
Miami spent Tuesday In Homestead returned home after a two-week ;\.
with her parents, Mr. and visit with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Margaret Kennedy was a Mr. and Mn. Watkins are on Matthews
Mrs. Roxanna
Mr*. B. C. Murphy. Mrs. Ira J Hayne guest on Friday and Saturday of their honeymoon He is manager '(
Mrs S. S. Shields at the Don apart- of Grantham Seed Store her, Dies at Naranja Home 0
; Mr. and Mit. Robert Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Allan Armstrongof ments In Miami. Mn Watkins la the former Mill
and on of Miami spent Sunday in Key West spent the weekendIn Mania Gauzena, daughter of Mr. Funeral services for Mrs. Rox-
I I',. Homestead with Mr Atkliuon'i Redland with Mr. Armstrong's Mrs. C. Q Nelson who has been and Mn J. E. Gauzens of this anna Matthews, 89, who died

.;: parents, Mr. and Mn. J. V. Davil.v parents, Mr. and Mr> H. J. Armstrong visiting relatives In Indiana started city Monday at her home at Naranja, ;,
Their son, Robert, who .
south on Wednesday.Mr.
held at 4.30 o'clock yesterday 4
C Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Murphy had had spent the week with his grandparents CAPE SABLE MAN were .
. 0' a* guests tor several days this returned home with them and Mr*. Oscar Cloningerandson. afternoon in the chapel of
I week their lon-ln-law and daughter Monday. Ronnie, arrived on Tuesday Naranja cemetery. The Rev. J.
, :' Mr. and Mn. E. A. Carter from Decatur, Tenn. DIES OF HEART E. Johnstone, pastor of the First ''
Z and MM, Edward and Bobby, o( Don Done spent the past weekIn Baptist church of Homestead,
Decatur, Ala. Miami with hit sisters. Mr*. Mrs. A. Outland visited friendsIn A'ITACKONBOAT officiated. '
Thomas Moore and Mr L. T. KIssarn. Miami several days this week. Mn Matthews was a native fif
!' Bill Time returned Sunday from I Fort White, Fla., and came to .
," St Louis when be had been visitIng Mn. Elsie McDermott and son, The death of Elijah Powers 45, Dade county 24 yean ago. She .u
for several monthi. Mr. and Mn T. Wayne Cooperof Bob Jr. and Helen Eggerllng of who died suddenly while attendIng was the widow of George W.
Fort Lauderdale arrived Sundayto Colllngwood N. J., were Wednesday fish nets In the bay at Cape Matthews
Miss Nina Pearl Both hat as her visit Mn Cooper'i parent, Mr. callers at the home of Mr. and Sable, was due to a heart attack I Surviving Mn Matthews are '
; guest tor I few days Miss Mary and Mn. H. A. Cameron. Mrs. Mr Win. J. Geronlmo. It was decided at an Inquest con- two daughter, Mrs. C. E.: Elchen- 1
y Louise Bonnlwell of Key Nest Cooper U spending the week here, ducted by Justice of the Peace I berger of Naranja and Mn. Georgia -
I Miss Bonnlytll If Mm Buih'i but Mr. Cooper returned to Fort R. H. Worley and MOM Sever II:. R. Lowe at Tavernler, Wednesday Walker of Los Angeles, Calif,
,rl\ room-mat at Florida State College Lauderdale Monday. were business visitors in Dania on and two sister Mrs. W. T. Mulligan
: for Women. Tueada,. Powers, a former resident of and Mn Amelia Adler, both
: Mn Jane Nesbitt left Wednesday Homestead was In a boat with of Jacksonville.
4 Mr. and M;;. Robert Reely of for a two-week visit with relatives U. Marine Corps Plans Loren Roberts of Florida City Turner Funeral Home was In
r' Orlando and their ion Ira visiting In Albany, Ga., and Johnson To Fill Fifty Vacancies when he wn fatally stricken Mon- 'charge of arrangements
: Mn Reely'i parenti, Mr. and City, Tenn ;
C. H. SWffant I
Mr
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Savannah. Ga, August 8-
,I Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Moser and Fifty vacancies In the United
Use Your Old Ice Box
. : Gauzeni Ill at the home '
Joseph daughter, (Marjorie, returned States Marine Corps will be filled
1 ot his parents, Mr. and Mn. J. E. Tuesday from a tour of the northeastern tt the Marine Corp Recruiting
I' Gauzeni, on N. W. First avenue. states. They also visitedthe .
j station, Post Office Building for a $10 Down Payment
New York world fair. Savannah, Ga, during Augustand
Mr. and Mn J D. Redd returned
: :!' Saturday from a vacation Mrs. Roy Cavender and son, Small,September officer In, charge Captain, announced A. C.- ON THIS 6 CU. FT.
in White Spring, Fla., and Aiken, Junior, left Wednesday for a visit today.
, ;, So c."t with friend and relatives In Young men In excellent physical
" Georgia. condition, of good character ..lIdeduc.tion
1 Mill Martha J. Lee of !
I Brewton e.n'
between IB and 21 ,
: Ala arrived Tuesday to visit herr FLORIDA 'CITY ot age and 64 to 74 Inches tall,i COLDSPOTELECTRIC
, uncle and aunt Mr. and Mn. Cur- will be selected to fill the vacan- ..
I tie Lee. She will remain hen By Mrs W. W. Seven cies.DR.M.A.BERGER.
. until the fall opening of Florida
, State College for Women at Tallahassee Mill Martha Close has gone to REFRIGERATOR
I where she la a itudentMr see Dr. Albee at the Florida Medical -

{, Center In Venice, Fla Mn. O ."N--
*. Louie Benerck and son, O. Bnwster, who was a nurse in Dentist ,, ',
SI
I Billy Whitehead of Key West, training at the Post Graduate Hospital -
y' and Mill Betty Clark of Washington la New York city when Dr.
i D. C.. are visiting Mn Clara Albee was chief surgeon in orthopedics Office Hours 8:30-4:30
I Van Winkle. there, accompanied her.
First National Bank

Mr and Mn Frank Irwin have Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler and
f Building
, a* tht'lrrUed Mn Irwln'i liter, family returned last week from a
Ml"s Reba Luper of Borgenvllle, three weeks vacation in Conyers, Open Evening by Appointment J
I Ind who arrived on Monday Ga. i L flI

Prof. and M.... S. It Shelry and I
daughter who have been visiting' I
Prof. Shtlry'i uncle and aunt. .
SSSALE.
Dr. and Mn. Frank Hausman, and I TA
Mill Bertha Nill Hauiman, left
Tuesday for Knoxville where

Prof. Shelry will lecture at the Replace that soiled or worn truss at a
University of Tennessee before
going to New York city where he remarkable saving.
I will be head of the civil engineer Expert Alan and Lady Fitters
Ins department of Cooper Union
Inititute. SPRING STEEL

TRUSS I ;.NTODAY
'j Mn. Given Victor returned
, Tuesday from HunUvllle, MoHwhen REG. 2.79
, she had been visiting relatives LSISUlnln. cp
for several month
: I leather covered adjustable
. pad. A food few
((0 Mr. and Mn. Ben Flowers spent priced tr_ I
j Sunday and Monday visiting In
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14 Mr and Mn. Paul Leaner returned .-. .. ;
Saturday after a two-week TRUSS
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vlalt with relative at Asheville, M Quality Elastic Tray :
t N. C, and Atlanta, Ga. er leather pad.

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,,;, : X.cAPONE BOAT current summer session have made :LOCAL PLAYERS West and Vero Bceen and Is for the' Ne Kick Coming
application for graduation, 39 of purpose of selecting, by elimination Mrs. Brown' colored cook went
\" whom seek 'the master's deRe.Alre.d ,
home night the moment she
:GUIDE FINED FORGUNPLAYONKEY )', this school year the university LOSE 15INNINGGAMEATM.B. route, a team*J' jcnppete lot had washed every the dinner! dishes, and
has conferred 860 degrees, the state dlamondbaAeriampIonshlp. often forgot to com beck in time
90 In February, 344 In May, and The the state to prepanf breakfast the next
lit at the lint summer commencement meet will wUmeefir, ) Chicago morning.

An all-tuna recordIs : where *a rpament to 'Sara," said Mrs Brown' one

I ,accused of firing a shot that certain to be established when A team from the local diamondball select ttp-champs wmbe held.Mlstretta day "every time you fall to come
wounded One Edley, 42, In the the approaching graduation class playing left field, and get breakfast, I shall take elf
"toot two weeks W. will send to more than 700 the league was nosed out of the "
ago, B. (Blon- brought In the lone run for Homestead a quarter from your wages
die) Sawyer, reputed ex-Capone number of degrees awarded in a running the fourth district dla- in the first of the sixth in Sara silently consented, and the
.
-worker, wu given a sentence of single :year.Graduation mondball league tournament In ning. Miami Beach scored one next few mornings she cam in
\$JOO or one year In jail In crlminal -: exercises will be Flamingo Park Miami Beach, run within several minutes after early. But one morning she did
held In the main auditorium at 10a.
court of record at Key West the started and theif
game was
Tuesday night, when the locals not appear until 10 o'clock.
m., August 26, with Frank S.
r; Saturday.h lost to Miami Beach, 2 to 1, aftera I kept away from home until the "Look h.re. Sara," complained
Th shooting climaxed trouble Wright, executive secretary of the fifteenth when Martinet second
15-lnning battle. Mrs. Brown, "I bed to fix break.fast
General Alumni Association and
,l (between Edley and Sawyer over I The tournament started Monday sacker, crossed the plate. again this morning!"
director of ,
university publicity
the use ot a boat dock at Garden night for all teams between Key The affair marked its
was by "Well." returned Sara indignantly -
as the speaker Wright is a past
Cove SO miles south of Home
few long drives. Two twobasehits
"ain't Ah payro': jruh full
national president of the American
stead. Sawyer claimed he built
,;it himself and therefore It was for College Publicity Association. mer with limes, to establish a were made by E. Campbell,I U7"-Flex-Set
Homestead and C. Sullivan
shortstop,
good, substantial market for the
.' Wl personal UM, while Edley
contended his running mate, In center '
'I Florida Persian product and give 'Why lilt, Sam, that one never
Its location at the foot of
a field. Meska, Miami Beach first
the growers a reasonable return hears of a darky committing suicide -
public street made it a publicwharf STATE CHAMBERPLANS
for their fruit. baseman, accounted for a three- ?" inquired a northern man.
.
lag place for boats.Edley
The Junior chamber Is stressingthe base wallop. "Well, you SN, it's dlsaway,
fishing boat
a owner, was
,brought to the Poet Graduate.- TO PUSH fact that Florida Persian Data, hurling for Homestead boss," answered the ngero. "When
pital and discharged several dayilater. limes, about the size of an average struck out nine men, while his a whit puma has any trouble he
However, his wound became lemon, and In some Instances opponent on the mound, Jordan, seta down an' Bits to studytn' 'bout ",
.
Infected and he was returned SALE OF LIMES larger, contain more Juice than a fanned 15. Dell allowed eight it an' aworryln. Then firs' thing
for further treatment lemon, look better for garnishes tree walks, while Jordan gave you know he's don killed hlsac't.
and on drinks, are cheaper and two. There were five hits oft But when a nigger seta down to 1
Sawyer claimed the dock 'for Vero Beach, AUK 11.-(Special) provide Impetus to a Florida industry Deaa during the; game and four think 'bout his troubles, why, he 1
sole of the "Arrow"
the
use a -More than 10,000 grocery stores,
off Jordan. Jet' nacherly goes to Ift'pl"Ex.I .

Al cruiser"Capone reportedly, just before given the him gangster by- drug bars stores within, hotels the ,.tate'of restaurantsand Florida TW.W............... '.................."............................. '.............. '........"..... i iI

started serving his term for are being urged to feature I
Income tax evasion, it was Mid. Florida Persian seedless limes In

preference to California and other WHEN YOU HAVE

STATE DIPLOMASTO Imported lemons. I
In campaign sponsored by: the
state citrus committee of the Florida I '
BE AWARDED' Junior,Chamber of Commerce, ,
the public la being informed of the
Persian Limes and AvocadosTO
REDLAND MEN value of limes which are said by:
many authorities to be superiorto

"' lemons, Chairman Merrill P.
? The Redland District ai well aa Barber of Vero Beach said today
other communities In this section With an ever-increasing acreage
will be represented In the group In limes, growers and shippersare MARKET, THINK OFGORDONHOBSON
of 88 cities which have candidatesfor striving to replace lemons with
degrees and diplomas at the their product at least in Florida
August 28 commencement of the and the southeast, pointing out
University of Florida at Gainesville that their lime crop allows themto
, fourth and final of the current maintain payrolls; during the
;year. I usually slack summer months and Inc.
Howell S. Jtep end Paul I*I puts 4 new money into the trade ,
;J Merrill of Redland will be candli -: channels.Reliable. .r
date for B. A. degrees, and John estimates Indicate thatIt NARANJA FLA. '
M. Finder of Islamorada, will seek i will be necessary: only to replace ,
a BAS degree.A 29 percent of the lemons now coming

total of 177 students In the Into the state during the sum-< -"..... .. '............................1'.1'. ................""-'YY'.J'......J'....."'1'.1'........................._..................".. .

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TOM CARTER MARRIED TO MISS DOROTHY LEO BISHOP WEDS MISS ELAINE MrfNNIS

I BAKER IN GLENDALE, CALIF., ON AUGUST 4 J' The Calendar : IN SURPRISE 'CEREMONY AT LAUDERDALEThe

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Mwraas Wmiam Carter: son ol t, ants went jororlty rioters -ot the Jn Hospitality House. marriagef Leo :L Bishop, Mr, and Mrs. Mdauls,
Mr. and MM. IL lend, ** Miss Oosotby & Baker.: A reception was held at She home !M. S. olroies. and Miss liable: Mclrmis on 'Wed olina. Before coming 4o Miami,
,of ihe bride's anole and She..brideIJ'OOm' I 18 -ohuioh her flame was In Xaiford, Tg. C.
Aug. -Episcopal plonio. -: of Jut weak
nesday
anar-
.t Santa Ana 'CrflLf 'were was a .aur-:
aunt, Mt. mad Mn. dr'.R., Sue 4aa graduate 'Of Duke XU1-
August 4 4a Glendale: / pulse to friends and relatives. :
rled on ''I Wentworth, In Monrovia. A three-; veritty
Ang. IT-Redland Ladles Aid
"taut. 1 tiered wedding cake tapped with, meeting and picnic at 1118011, The 'marriage took place at the The marriage ceremony was j>er-I a .miniature bride and bridegroom Beach with Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner -., Browar'd'County court'house,with Wilmington, K. Chas spent inestof
formed 4. 4he Wee Jtkk o' the. standing befon the mouth ol a Jr.Jan.. Judge Boyd Anderson performing -tas life In Homestead. He was
Heather at 1II: r. m. *>y:She Hev., wedding bell ot flowers was clltbt' 2t.-.Meetinc of C.JR. w./'Co the,ceremony. graduated from Homestead Sigh
She ;ibtldaand served with Jkug. il-Social ,meeting tit The ooi4ple left! en Satucdny lor'a school in 1034 'While !fa iool,
3. Fraser njfortl df the first punch. Junior Woman's Club .fcenejmooon ttiSp -through Worth !be Vac very 0tlve ta 4IP I'tI. At
: jlaptiat Church jot Santa Monica After a honeymoon pent in She Aug. 38.-Meeting ..f Jennie Carolina for traveling, the bride present,"he'is mp1oieA ta .. Miami -
rM! ring_.wee luaed. a'hebride mountains She couple: will JM at, ickdellCircle at home f Mn..It. wore*.-> 'Willi crepe nsemble,' -department atore.
was .fi_ Jn onarthsge! dry, home to their friends .at JU45 B ,J.Elliett trimmed with white Jaos and whiteaaeeeeries. Theywill best home.atter Ktigurt -
'her mother, 1MM. Mae ?!wai lger., Washington Blvd., Ocean Put,. ohpt. !g-Meetlrg of W, M. .V.' Vt *t'732 B.TV. lat etreit, Mi
CalIf. II Circles. i Mrs. IBUhon, the daughter et' ami.
A sorority jlster1 ol tb "At Dawning" before ihe ceremony. -. school, Mn. Carter studied auraing Auxiliary In manse. I ROY HAYNES RETURNS FROM ALABAMA
at Santa Barbara Cottage bos- Sept :22-Meetint- Aedland
The bride we M dress>of white pital. Home Demonstration Club. '.; WITHMISS EUNICE DRISKELL AS HIS TJRIDE
brocade satin made ;princess style, Mr.Carter has spent most of his'
with rilgh neckline and long lift In the Redland District. Tie' Is DR. HAMPTON REPORTS ON --
sleeves and trimmed with satin- a graduate of Redland High CONVENTION AT B. P. W. C. Roy llaynes returned Homestead 'J. Haynes.
covered buttons from the back University Dr. Adele Hampton, of the MI-I last week from a stay cf I 'The bride, daughter of Mr.
the neckline to below the wa ami Business and Professional several weeks in Loxley, Ala., and,and Mrs..J, O. Driskell, was born
She wore a full length veil edged he has been in California. He is Woman's Club, gave a report ,of wrought with him a brjde, the ,and reared In Loxley and attended
i in lace. Her bouquet was of employed by the Bay City Tran- the biennial convention held in former Miss Eunice Drlskell of school there.
white roses and lilies of the valley. sit Co. Kansas City In July, at the Home. that town. I I 'The bridegroom, who was 'born
The maid of honor wore a dress Several pre-nuptlal showers lead Business and Professional The marriage took place on July|tin Richmond, came to Homestead
{ ot torquotee net and carriedbouquet a were liven for the for lde. .Severs 'Woman's Club meeting Monday 21 In Loxley where Mr. Haynes,with his parents 14 years ftfio. He
: of ontl shaded +ladloll of bar sorority sisters save bar a night -at the home -of Mn. Jack vas employed 'In the office of a has attended Homestead High
and delphinium. The bridesmaidwore Franciscan pottery shower so that Hammett. Dr Hampton Is director late ,potato shipping concern. J School, Georgia Military Academy
a rope petal net gown and she had a complete set in coral of District Seven. After a wedding trip to Richmond,I and the Homestead Business Col-
carried yellow gladioli and blue shade. Kitchen and miscellaneous 11 11B I Members of the Hialeah club I V., the young couple came on to[lege. During the winter potato
delphinium. Both of the attend-' showers were given -also. were honor guests. Homestead, 'Where they are mak',[shipping season he 'holds M post-
The next meeting will be heldon ing their home with the bride-1[tlon to the office of r. C. Peters,
TOUNO PEOPLE HONORED P. W. C. TO START August 21. groom's -parents, Dr. end Mrs. Ira Inc., at'Goulds.
;BY PRESBYTERIAN TEACHER MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Guests were: Mn. Edna M.
!; : The Young People's Bible Class The board of directors and the Middleton, president of Hialeah HISS 'WEBSTER GIVES 1 Miss Webster spent the day rat
I ,of the Presbyterian Chunk : I entertained wt Hi* home : ,teacher uA pastor, the Rev.r Women's ClUb met oo Hilda W. Myers, Mn. Ethel H. party honoring Miss Ann Gel- ,EPISCOPAL CIWRCII fICHtti. '
; George H. Rlckf, last right. Wednesday at Hospitality Houseto Myers, Mrs. Vina Betterly and enstedt and Miss Catherine New TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY
During the evening games were discuss plane tor a membershipdrive. Mn. Clara Lee HalL on.Monday evening at the homeof ] The oft-postponed >>i.cDIe.of St
t :played under the direction of Miss Those present were Mn. her parent,Mr. and Mrs.Julian John's Episcopal church, w.l1lbe
Dorothy Behrena and Mia Athley Chas. Clinton, Mn. Roy Chandler, KOREE NEEKEE CLUB H. Webster, on N. Krome held next Wednesday. Everyone
Kama Cake and ice cream wen Mn. Lloyd Delta, Mn Jack Ham-. PLANS WORK AND PLAY Hiss Gellenstedt a -avenlle'l la to meet at ihe,church at 1,J>. m.
ecrved. jug and Mrs. .tIAa: Stewart. Miss Katharine GEtaaeaea.entaii- Mill Webster at Agnes and follow out secret 4>Luu Jor
I Members ot the ties are: MIa' i talned the members of the Koree ege in Decatur, Ga. They en'spending a surprise destination. I
Mary Frances Arthur, Miss Betty PLANS BEGUN FOE GIRL Neekee Club at her home Tuesday their vacation in Miami.'I(Additional Society on Page Nine)
Blake, Miss Mary Ann Brown, SCOUT TROOP COMMITTEEPlans evening
\ Misses Elizabeth and Mildred for organizing an active A program of work was drawnup
: Craft, Miss JaM Oatlin, :Visa Ila troop committee for the Homestead and plans were made for a
Jean Irwin Mill lieu factIOn, Girl Scouts wen begun at a series of parties. THE DIXIE DRUG
Miss Wanda :SickOe. Blair Ed, luncheon on ,...uc. 3 art the homeof After the hostess had served l
John, Richard and Sam Ulckson, Mn. S R. Brooks. cake and punch bingo was played.'' SACK POLK tUlWARD JOHNSON
Adolph Lopei, Charles Behrei, Other present were: Mrs. Phew M and 9141 Homestead Fla.IWi .
John Brown, James Nesbitt, Frank Skill, local Girl Scout captain Mrs. Clna Stewart and Mrs.
Charles Burr, R. C. Jackson and Mn. Frank Hausman Mn. Nellie B. Waldin were luncheon ,
X J. Graham. I C. J. Parman and Mrs. B. M. Hind- I.guests -of Dr. Adele Hampton In I
t man. Miami Tuesday.
!
YOUNG PEOPLE TO ATTEND irpw dMeH'2I K/erlo
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DEANERY MEETING
The 'young people of the St. I TOOTH BRUSH wi oivrcA seof
John's Episcopal church will meet
I at 3 p. m. Sunday at the church ? A SOLUTION '
; i to attend a deanery meeting at the F aymuS Pay's
Holy Cross Episcopal church In A popular combination

Miami 1446 N. MIAMI AVE for better oral hygiene

: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brooks hadas that save you money. '
dinner-guests on Thursday Mr Offer limited. FOR BOTH A aRMl PRODUCT
i and Mrs. Harold B. Lewis of
Miami Beach and Mr and Mrs Any ItemA 4 or,size Eaiyyfause I
ti) :Francis Scott Key Lewis of Trlnldad. -
I Port of Spain table of Slacks, Shorts, Play DENTUREX
Suits, Women's 'and Children's AatiseptisRexall

1 1fJJ.J. Pique Skirts, Blouses, Sweaters, 2PJ.c ..' Baby"" Oil

Fr : Shoulderettes .................................. /, V. Ashs / /lieVemileajU for

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f adding graham, nuts'r UuM, cinnamon local todgemen to participate tea "
or butterscotch. I movement to erect a memorialat
Drop cookie can be made easier the home for the late Mrs. Marian .. r

t Social Events I Hints toHousewives than rolled ones because It is not I Wetherbee who served a* Ib

nesessary to handle the dough superintendent for 16 years.Mr. .
J JE So they and Sample, whose home I* at +
hold their shapeup cookies Bagdad will complete his official ,

-- should be placed In a hot oven visits to lodges of the state next

'JCNIOR WOMEN' NOT TO i RAIN OR SHINE CLUB at fi& A bsklnljheet with low week' He next will be at Fort
---- !sktes'to Lauderdale.
SPONSOR BEAUTY CONTEST HONORS MRS. DEDEN best for baking them. r
Bitter cake those la which
The Rain Shin J FLOUR MIXTURESBy are
or Club honored
The Junior Woman' Club, meet. fat I Ia used to make them !tender
? at the Woman'sClub Mrs. Carl Dedea with a luncheonand Asuse Mae Slkee RtAD !
JE t Monday night while sponge cakes are those in :
handkerchief shower i JUr
at the
building, voted not to sponG State Extension Nutritionist which egg whites are used to
horn of Mrs. Fred Redd Wednes- ,
the Chamber of Commerce r
G see ,make them lightHere
I i ....YOCado-Lime Week beauty contest I day.Members I In no other phase of her work are tome general directionsfor w
Mn.
present were:
11'-r [ and dance at previously any does the ability of the homemaker making butter cakes: Collect
Frank Skill Mn. C. J. Parman.
11A
nlfC. Dounced owing to earlier cemmit- stand out more forcefully thanIn .all ingtedienta and tat oven at "
Mn. H. P. McDanlel, Mn Fnnk
.! :ment the preparation of biscuits, muf- i moderate temperature (3SO de-
I Rue, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mn. ;
41. The. membership drive has been Julian H. Webster, Mrs. Deden 'Ina' and delicious cakes. To produce !degree (FH). Piece, oiled paper la VIT'SACATIOH

completed and the new member and Mrs. Redd.arl8COPAL these appetizing and appealing pan bottom and oil pan aides. Sift (
'In I twill be announced at the next food U an accomplishment of and measure flour, then add baking

'lot:I Ias meeting, It was said. The losing lint rank and a homemaker may I powder and all and sift agala.
' 'fslde will entertain the winners AUXILIARY HAS well be proud of her ability in Beat fat until light and creamy, TIME ;
Ih' 'with a party which will be an- I LUNCHEON AND FOOD SALE this line. then add sugar gradually and beat J

of.At/ f'nounced later. I The St. Johns Episcopal( Auxiliary To achieve success one must, until all sugar Is mixed with fat

; The next: meeting will be a held a luncheon and food to a great extent, follow directions and mixture I la fluffy. Beat egg Go where you I;
social on August 21. ale at the horn of Mrs. J. A. In recipe that have been developed yolks thoroughly ad mix with
tig. I' I Hook Friday I through careful and painstaking fat-sogar mixture.. Beat egg please with your
t Mr .
Those E.
present were: *
Miss Mary Dana Brownspoke study. Even those who may be whites until stiff. Add flour and
A. Mrs. Richard mind at
Buchanan Huff on the church tt Florida State CON' clawed a* expert in cookery have milk with flavoring alternatelyand ease
Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr.. Mrs. T. J. legs for Women and the work of found that it Is best to measure all beat well Told In egg whites
Walker, Mrs.. A. M. Logan, Mr*. I Rugg HalL ingredients accurately and to follow and beat welL Bake for about
3 D. Perkins, Mrs Robert Glenn
:1 The Rev. It. F. Blackford gave direction 30 minutes, remove as soon as
Jr. Mrs. Rudolph Mattoon, Mr*.
Mrs. a abort address. So today, we are going to emphasize don and place on cooling nek.
:1.t# 1 Augustus Wynn Herbert Other present were: Mrs. W. some of the standards and J
Turner Miss Ellen Huff, MiaPeul
I K. Haas, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, direction which pertain to quick Official ,j
Whltaker Miss Betty Bowen State L 0. a F.
Mn. Virginia Walton, Mn. Hall, breads, yeast breads cookie and too A
.t : and Miss Melba Sever Mn. Gentler Mrs. Ruth Scott and cakes. Pays Local Lodge VisitL.

Mn. Robert Brown. BecauM! they can be prepared IIIi i
REBEKAHS PRESENT GIFT
In'a short time, biscuits, muffins A. Sampler Florida grand
:! i TO PAST NOBLE GRAND ALL W. ]I[. U. OFFICERS gingerbread[ ;/ cornbread and nut- master of the Independent Order

Dr. Irene Shanklln, who recently ARE RE-ELECTED bread are called "quick breads." of Odd Fellows, paid an official

rntiIdtl entered on her second term as All officers were reelectedby Baking powder biscuit should visit to Homestead Lodge No. IS, .
noble grand of Liberty Rebekah the W. M. U. a.jneeting be"Mlght symmetrical, smoothtopped I. O. O. F., and its auxiliary, LIb-

Lodge was presented with the Wednesday afternoon In the First and of two thicknesses, with erty Chapter, No. 44, Order of Be-
':\\i i'I I past noble grand collar at a Baptist Church They are: Mrs.H. ender, golden brown crust, bekahs Tuesday night 1 1) 4

'y meeting Monday night id the I. O. Collier, president: Mr J. T. creamy, fuft7ID.ld.., and texture With him were Clyde Gamber, J
O. F. halt Mrs H. B. Beattie Vann, tint vice-president; Mrs. J. characterized by small, evenly district deputy grand master of kM
Ito C. Vann, secretary Mr. T. E. the 23rd district and
'I made the presentation. Mrs.Bxattl .' ; distributed holes. Burt Sniffen,
presented to the lodge five i Kirby, treasurer. Varying from standard biscuit district deputy grand master of .
Circle four had charge of the
the 22nd district.
pink glass sugar and creamer recipes, one may use a little moreliquid
I program, the topic of which was: H. B. Beattie, of Homestead,
I sets to be used for the banquet and omit kneading to make
11l.. ban. I"The Great Commission hlnI theOrient. drop biscuits, use graham flour grand representative to the sovereign
." Mn. T. D. and produce graham biscuits, add I lodge was In charge of an
B. c. Murphy report
on
gave a
a talk on "Palestine Today and halt open meeting honoring the visiting
a cup of grated cheese and
the plan made by the Odd Fellows
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Making Disciples in Palestine;; official which
have cheese biscuits,, spread on I approximately
j for entertaining the grand Mrs. Julia Polk, "China Today and cinnamon and butler and have tinnatnon 230: lodge members and their
toaster. A committee-: composed Making Disciples In China;" Mrs I friends attended. Following the WHUanayougoOftYOIIr
or pin-wheel biscuits, or -
Mn. Blanche Mrs.
Chapman A. IX Smith, "Japan Today and breads meeting a social hour waa spent 1
vary yeast by using or
R. W. Mulllns and Mr E. I
S.
Cap- In
Making Disciple in Mrs. you're always :
Japan the tclephone:1
; add flavoring to make butterscotch In a talk at meeting, Mr. :1
,. finger were appointed to work touch with home and office.
J. M. Forte "Mn. Chang Learns biscuit Sampley told cf the needs and accomplishments ,
Ie' with the Odd Fellow committee I About the True God," Mn. T. C. of the Odd Fellows No need to let little worries r
mar for this entertainment. Shackleford, "The Word Brings Standard muffins should belight Home at Gainesville. He urged about affairs back home

, Other present were: Mrs. Anna Calm in Danger," Mn. S. H. Fitch, golden brow., "pebbly" on cloud vacation skies. For

Messersmlth, Mrs. 0\ C. Rad- ,'A Japanese Officer Refuses to toP. symmetrical, and should things you forgot to do be-
e) have holes of uniform size when
ford Mn. R. G. Moon, Mrs. Mol- Fight" little difficulties .
lore leaving
cut. Proper measuring and handling
lie Wlngata and Claus Grlnold.
(without beating) go a long CafeS arising since can be taken .
RE3LAND LADIES' AID Tropical
way toward success with muffins. tare.fm a moment over
TO PICNIC; AT BEACH
J. C. VANN WINS PRIZE
Flavor and taste be Long Distance.
The Ladle Aid Society of the may varied floor north of city halt
AT B. P. W. C pun
1 1I by adding blueberries dates Distance it
Redland Community church will graham Long your
J. C. Vann won high score prizeat hold a picnic meeting at Miami floor\ ; figs bran, bacon er HOMESTEAD FLORIDA link with home. Reassuring
the Business and Professional Jelly voice-visits with folki I
Beach en Aug. IT, a* guests 61
Women' card party Wednesday ,Mn. George W. Turner, Jr., who, Symmetry smooth golden crust, Regular dinner ...... 50c back home will help make

I ; held at Hospitality House. Mrs. is visiting relative at the Beachat lightness fine grain, elasticity and Plate lunch ..... .... 35e your vacation what it should
; Cina Stewart won second score 1223 Collins avenue softness, crispness and creamy insides be-carefree and light-

r prize, and Mrs. R. R. Kinard woa -... are characteristic of good I Mia Rath Bterfsal and Mrs hearted.
low score prize. yeast bread. In making roll, \1MrecIpe" Florence Kercado. Prop
11031ESTEAD 4n CLUBBy YOU CAN TALK ABOUT
for bread but double fat
......./was.....
"ARCHER BRANNEN HONORED and .Ugat'te'qulrement&' One era I _....,....-
I AT BIRTHDAY DINNER Margaret Field I vary yeast breads by using or 'oo.d./w I....

i The meeting was called to prder Dr. Leonard W lIaakln r.--="':C..lbas.d.fr- I Lilatow

Archer Brannen wa honored and new members joined the club. ._1.'..... I. Eyo 1..1....... I a.y ...........aU..do..... ..
with a dinner on his twentieth sad of Iq '1Pw.
Miss Ruth Grady and Ruth PN"Na a.e.Neae
Dr. R. Elliott
birthday anniversary Sunday at I Headrick gave a demonstrationon GLASSESItl

the home of his parents Mr. and how to make Jelly. If. II, "... ... III.... ,.. SoilTHERIlBEllTElEPHOIIEfino
Mrs Alex Brannen N. Krome CHIROPRACTOR .. ...
Work was done on the wastepaper c: .
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avenue Homestead. TELEGRAPH company
basket and embroidery, Home .Bldg Homestead
Quests were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul and they an to be brought to the, Iseea.eA.aTHf
f Bruce Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Par- next, : meeting -

deli, Miss Margaret Hester Miss A demonstration was given by
Cynthia Fairish, Felton and Emery Ruth Byrum and Katherin- Kelly G. 0. Brewster, M. D. ; .9r..VEotlatm.

Brannen, Earl Pacety and Chas. who.afterwards served punch. and DILR.S.AKERSDENTIST
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COCONUT GROVE SO a lint
CHt'BCHJF It a. m: araachlna- Specimen, oa first, third i
and fifth Bundaya at 11 a. m and 7 .ISO a. ... Phone 4-482S t

BOMESTIAD-Dr J. E. 1"_ aaa. PRINCETON -Tb. Ra*. J. B. Wallarpaatori Shows ttlf. m.f p. m.
ffbM Sundair school at Otto a. a.i I Branching at S a. ..1 Sunday Admission leo-tfe ; FOR RENTFOR
|put at 11 a. m. and T to P. .! B /PU. achool at 10.FLORIDA. I MISCELLANEOUS
at ItM *. av Purer aarrtaaa Wednesday crrr COMMUNITY CHURCH Matinees Saturday, Son- RENT Snul cottage, furnished -
p1s00.m. -Tba IU*. O O. Malaoa aaalor. Church dan and Holidays t p. ....
OOULl *-Tha .". Noah Presses. paa.Ba school at la .. at.: preaching IiSO p. a. ; in good repair Mrs C. PLAN A HEALTH VACATION
'-I at 10 a. n; preaching MWwaak prayara and Bible study W.._ F. Compton, 118 N. W. Fourth this year if you have arthritis,
rilVla7Vnd 1M *. >.| B. Y. P. u. at day at f ISO.REDLAND. Sun. Moo, A.... 13. It I
street.
11 St a. m. Prarar service at 1 iM P. No COMMUNITY CHURCH. "The Sun Never Sets" (a4tf) rheumatism, constipation acid j
IWaaMaday. The Bar 0. O.' )101_. _.... Ckurck stomach, heart trouble, asthma
FOR RENT-Furnished two bed
with
School at 10: araachlnc at III Epworth indigestion, stomach ulcers, catarrh -
4 CATHOLIC Laa.ua at ..... Mldwa.k prepare and DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, Jr. room house, also furnished other
or ailment
bible Study Thursday at 7ia.PRESBYTERIAN apartment Reasonable rent any
CBt'RCH OP THE BACKED BKAITJX. BASIL RATHBONE come to gorgeous N. C. this summer ,
earned Hoamuadl the Ail conveniences. Reduction to
amuse ; CHURCH
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Write Mgr, Sun ft Diet
Clooaan, Doctor' Bundajr Tue.. Wed. IS. It right party by the Eva
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HOMESTEAD-Rwatse ...... year.
IS : aiaaa at TUI daily .IN. Iota Health Resort, Rt. No 1, Box 187.
j $ .Z.7'Sunda' following 9 clock stream T... ..... 0. H. RI.1u BARBARA STANWYCK Collins, BIscayne drive and Federal
lauaa. Coaaaiunloa for woaxa tha flratI Bible school at I' a m.I pr.aehins .t 11a High Point. N. C
In HighwayGOOD
C uedgr at month! for awn and buys. the m., young p.wi.'s meeting at 1a p. m. "
i I aaaaad Sunday o( month Holy hour Tkora. "Banjo on My Knee"with RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished
lda before first Friday o, month at tiaS A.... 11.-Sorrocn topic cool, roomy apt. for rent
I IT ... or unfurnished. I have year Al'r
Ural Friday at file a. "The Moat of Private bath, reasonable rate
Popular Old
ISaacdlatloa of the" Blaaaad BaaraaMat after 'round clients Benjamin W.
Joel McOea, Walter BrennaaThan
i .mess Teatamenl PortralU." Ask at Western Union. (mUtt) Morris, registered real estate

I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH .. Fri? A.... IT. It FOR RENT-Furnished bungalowwith broker, N. Krome ave, next to '

"The fireplace hot water new Baptist Church. (JuUU)
nORmA CITY-R-.I mind Sink House of Fear"with ,
' atfaat. .un..hoot.' ii4 a. m. for GODWIN electric refrigerator and stive. ',
HOME:
laundry Mn.
Jernlgan
4 nrplla under 10 room of seat nornlniaarrtoa Fruit trees la yard. Inquire ,
at II a Wadaaaday aanu<| WILLIAM GARGAN 820 S. Xrome Ave. a aBE
aanleaa. which include testimonials of baal.Inl IRENE HERVET LeaderEnterprise.FOR .
and ..__ and remarks on Chrla.Uan (Continued from Page One) "
f lotuses. I p. an. Tha publla la aordially attend some school next RENT-Connecting In !: INDEPENDENT, earn a worth ,
rooms
invited ta aimed.CHURCH Saturday, A......!. while salary and improve your .
Besides being business section. Bargain to
"MR. MOTO present business by taking the ;
TAKESA
OF CHRIST
Barney Is suffering -.summer'1 right commercial firm or tenant
,I' course In dietetics, efther/ as a.
1 80..BSTIAD-FI. aanoa and M. W glasses maybe .. VACATION"with seeking office or desk space resident student or correspondence -
I FMih atraat. bible study at It a. m., aom.mtinlon alyiis of his right arm, Address C. S, cart Leader-En
l fellowship and preaching at For details, write Mgr,
his Peter Lorn. Virginia Field terprise
u. .. veloped during "nap, has almost Martha Washington School of

passed away TvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvNOTICE FOR Dietetics, Rt. No. 1, Box 187.

CHURCH OF GOD Mn. R. L. Godwin, the boy's SALE High Point, N. C.

OMEBTEAD- OI N. W. Pint aanua| mother, was profuse in her thanks OP APPLICATION FOR TAX LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for home
tile Ra. G.,. Q. Ooplln vaator. Sunday for the donations of money sent DEED-flLI IMI1 cooked foods-cakes salads WANTEDTUTORING
achoal .. Nth a. m I preaching at m. Notice .. hereby .1... Hut C. O. Little pies, ;
111a. her from Homestead to
mad 11" p. U.. lualm Y. P. at f! ..a help pay and Gladys I, Little hU wlft, 'holdtr. >iaaaliMaa slaw etc\ ..-at Hospitality House,
laaatlni at T la panonaa Prayar moaUant her son's expenses incident to the oT City .r Miami Tax Cartlflaalaa 17 W. Mowry streetIF WANTED high
I a. ah WadaaadarCHURCH illness. Approximately $100 was Numbered "71. 4.M> and 4692. dew school and grade school subjects '
the 4th day of July. A. D. DM. have filed .
OF THE NAZARENE mid Lanlfleataa in any offlra and hara YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B, ,

BOME8TIAD-Tha ..... W I. Parker, sent.Barney was visiting his made application In "._..for.. with Ui law deed Said to laauaIhormi Can wastes oil and gas try Plummer drive and Country

aaatar.. .a.d..ooI.. I,41 a. m lanacklni parents In Birmingham IIr.nd-1 filtration. embrace the followlni described OVRHAUL. Takes only so min Club road.CLEAN .
f at II .. .. and Tits a. a>.| was stricken 111. He was property, .H.aUd .ll Dada Count, Florida utes to install, saves all and gal
M Yf. B. aDd Juniors mailing at ItIOa took t
16om.. Prayer aaaattnv Wednesday owning admittance at the county hospital Lot .. Block t. ........ Park. Plat Book up to 90%, Increases compression RAGS WANTED Will
., On. '. earn 69. I. the City of Miami County and speed. Costs only S2.(9. exchange subscription or advertising -
.' because he was not a resident of of D.... state of Florida. .
.. embraced
Innrcnolf-Th. E P Ce..np aa In
l .n .Iniday aaaool at *M4|.aowaehuul" Alabama. His ,father who was I Canlftoau No. dell The ._....., of P. O. Box 215, Princeton. (ps29)) tot clean rags. Leader.
: at Ui4l a. m. and "to p. m. Junior said property rods' the sold C.rtitiwa Enterprise
: _.. at '10)) young paoplaa. Doming unemployed, was unable to defray Maid IIn the name of Unk..... FOR SALE Tropical punts, cit
'i M dO Prays ajaatlnaWadaoHlay at the expenses of treatment at Lot .. Block 2. Pasadena Park Plat Book
.: .. .. ,are ID. In the City of Miami County of rus trees and troplcu fruit la Obstetrics >. the Dram
another hospital An appeal for 1 Dad.. state of Florida aa _b..... In can season Juagle Grave Redland
I' EPISCOPAL financial help was sent to Home. Utlrata No. .80. The aa aaam stead and Homestead property under the std Certificate _oDd road and Plummet- 41'1 ve. assigned to cover the deadly class : ,
!>" ST JOHN'S- E. Saaand and chapter woe I. the ream" 01 .
IWth atraat. HaaMataadl the ataaua Ram II F. Future Farmers of America, of Lot 11. lllark 2. Passdnas P..k. Plat SEE AND BUY at Shanklin Variety plays of the high school came In 'J
I Blackford ractor Holy communion at whicch Barney Is a member start I Book I' nan tt. l Is the City: of Miami Grove West Florida City. for[ his share of literary fame ;
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County of Dada. State of Florida .
/' to .. aa am.oraod .
I, : a. a> Sunday school at SlW' | Mara when the following turned in
las J rayar at II.I ed a campaign for contributionsand In Certificate No. 4..l. The aa. (a7tt) up
I other civic organizations comment o' Mid property under the laid, his write-up: .

METHODISTROMESTEADThe joined In Try local diamondball 'Certificate.0... Issued was I. the memo of Um FOR SALE-House on two lots in "The auditorium was filled"withtytpectant f.

Unites sold Cartlflrataa ahall ba .... Florida CIty. Corner on Eighthst mothers eagerly awaitIng
.... J J. Rlohardapaator league staged a benefit game deemed &am rell.. to law. tai dead will '
achool S4S and Dixie Highway Bargain. the of their off
Buaday at a. m.arMchlnt : appearance
the *
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.. 11 a. ... and T So a. ... .. D.'fsr Apply J M. Kllng, Box 82 Deer- spring"-Royal Arcunlum Bulle-
i Junior Laaiua at miss p. m, HI Laacua American Dated
Magazine this .eth dar of July A.
D. IMS.
Boy
at 'M p. ...: Senior Uaa-ua at .ilO p ... A. B LEATHERMAN field, Fla (JB-30) tin.
Plain aaaotlnf at 7:10: p. m. WadaaadaySILVER Companion to Thousands Clark of Circuit' Court
PALM-Tha Ka. J. B. Walterpaator Dade Cawita- Florida. NOTICE
Sunday School every Sunday at (Clrmitt Court SVallB The, city council will alt Such Monday for the next 4
N. C : B 0. avanlnr In the month of August from S Send $1}
Hundreds of thousands of boys July tt; AIM 4: II, I'tRr-i' >| until III o'.I..k. .......1.. Monday. A... months of
and young men read The 14. IM*. aa board of aqualliatloa to hear
CAN BOY NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR _pl..... on the loss lai roll Any onaharkil
Keep Your Face Magazine AMERI-\\ TAX DEED a complaint to submit la asked abe The
and consider it more as Chapter 17117-Arta of Illl-Flla A-I7II piwaant at one nf theta mesons, or

Looking And Feeling companion than as a Notice la hereby llvaa that La Vtrna hand same to. city B: FDWARD8 cWrkH City I ClarklAul Atlantic Monthly
Salman
] holder of State and County Tax
much .1 .
"It's as a buddy to me CwtlfH-ata No. SIT _oDd the tad dar 01 II IK 21 leas

Fit With This New my neighborhood chum," writesone September office..and A. D.baa INI made. has application filed aamamr Ice I.aax ,."""".,,,...,,fTTTTTTTTTTTTTEXPERT MAKE the most of your

high school senior "THE dyed 'u ... .Issued the....... said C.rtlfl. d hours Enjoythe
AMERICAN BOY seems to underStand auto membrane the lowlnc described prop wit the wisdom, the
a boy's problems and considers arty ,Is the County of ""** state of ri kI. toowlt t companionship, the charm
GilletteBlade them In such a sympatheticand Lot Ls. Block It. C.ww And. a R.ob. that has made the ATLAN-
helpful way It gives advice Plat Beak 29. pons 17, is U,. Counts of
O.d.. State 01 'Iu.ld. TIC, for over seventyfiveyears
and entertaining reading on every The commitment of said property ender America's most quoted
subject in which a young fellow is the said certificate Issued waa ID the aaaMaMordlm BARBERINGHAIRCUT
dt Harry O. Clayton.Unlrm and most cherished magazine
interested It is particularly help- .
said rsrtlflcea 1hall be redeemed
Send ft (mentioning this ad)
Ful In sports' I made our school to .law. the property described
Ihmin will ka told to the hurhaat bidder to
basketball team because of playing at tra Court known, door OR tka lint Man. 40c
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tips I read In THE AMERICANBOY. day la the month of September. loss which The Atlantic Monthly,
I la the 4th day of (..._..... ItMDawd .
this Sid day of A....... loss SHAMPOO _._ 40c I Arlington St,
Many famous athletes in all *. B LCATHKRMAN BoatonEXPERT
Clark of Circuit Court,
sports credit much of their successto Hada County Florida.ICInult MASSAGE ...... 40c
helpful suggestions received Court SM|> i
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It V4 PrfcelTOWPRICE I Uy N. C ITERRETT D. C.
from articles carried In THE
I sports (Ana4.. 11. II. II. 11111
4 I AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Virtually BUSH'S RADIOREPAIRING
every issue offers advice ;

from a famous coach or player. Turner's Funeral Home

I Football, basketball, track tennis, I BARBERSHOP

Oo.i in fact every major sport is covered U-m AMBULANCE SERVICE '
{ Ratak, HAtr, In fiction and fact articles Lady Attendant i Prompt service on all
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4 aMvWThineIle Teachers, librarians, parents and makes specializing on
w Ines, arparserttY Phone -, Hfimested Fla.
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leaders o boys clubs also recommend i I
Bav.. THE AMERICAN BOY enthusiastically automobile radios .

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;,. LOOTING- HOMES "i27 ,D H 4lalr es

1 The wheels, of entice ground
I swiftly for Buck Rogers 2%.
charged: with looting two Florida
CUT hems,oot of which was Out WITH $5.00 CASH ORDER Ballard & Ballard
I .. of a boiKfaetar who brought him Dairigold Plain or Sell Rising
to the Kedland\ District from South Factory P acSUGAR k
Carolina "to make food."
Rogers was arrested Sunday' MILK FLOUR
I night br Wm. I, Oronlmo, town I

I afternoon marshal.f he Florida pleaded CIty.guilty Monday to I 5lb5 box .. _.. ... ......23c

I charge, of grand larceny and 10 bag ..........42c
4 house breaking of the Peace In the Sid court L. Ken-ofJustice 51bs. ....... ...... .Sc 3 tall cans .-.-.-..I.c] 20 It, bag 79c
ioh"\" "
rick and waa held to the criminal
I court of record In default of two
Old Pals Alaska Cake Palm Olive Soap
Regular
bonds. In
1300 Tuesday morning
the higher court the youth was with Medium Blue Miracle Whip
SalmonTall
I sentenced to two yean la the cute SUPERSUDSTall POST TOASTIES

) lard.penitentiary by Judge Ben Wil- 11 Pint Jar .... 22c .
can..IOC 2 k 13c
1 Roger admitted taking a watch p gs. ... Quart Jar..32cSylvan
i valued .t $ 5. and $30 worth off
clothing and small household articles -
from the home of his benefactor PHILLIPS DELICIOUS Farms lb.
I DomInick DeSantas, andI'
clothing Jewelry and money totalIng PORK AND BEANS Roll Butter
Mft 1
-- 29cCudahy
$30 00 from the home of L C. can
Aldrich. TOMATO SOUP .._....__
I': VEGETABLE SOUP _.
DeSanlas told the court he ---- 3
brought Rogers to Florida City PEA SOUP ................._.._ Nutwood, % or whole
I three weeks ago from Orangeburg SPAGHETTICELERY ..._..__._.__ FOR
i 8. C. and gave him I famuilg SOUP i Ham Ib
; job. The youth stayed at the De- --- gC 24c
.. Santas home until Saturday night ASPARAGUS SOUP.........._..... I
when he took his leave--and a
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j valise filled with articles. At theo RICH CKXAMT Long Grain Boned and Rolled lb.
Aldrich home he removed the
screen from a front window to
gain entrance. Besides the household SPRY3Ib.can..55c RICETarget l
articles he took a purse containing Veal Roast 29c
$3.90 In American money
:Ic
5 lbs.
and another containing several ....
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German marks ,..
Readily admitting the thefts In Small Spring lb.
I court, Rogers said he"really didn't a .. 1

: \ Mr.know Cerommo why he arrested took the him things.as he Corned Beef o'Lamb
_LIFEBUOY Leg 2Sc
was"hitting the road"a short distance
, .r south of Florida City
\ i 001 lt"lI.o: Per can.:l6cl
Rufus Sullivan Purchases Heavy Western Chuck lb.
3 for ... 19E
Redland Service Station
Del Monte
;S Vacuum PackCOFFEE Beef Roast
t '
ZScGold
..' The Redland Service Station,
Mowry street and Flagler avenue, LUXFIAKESRINSO
hw been purchased by Rufus Sullivan -
\, from his brother, Donald
Sullivan. LARGE REGULA'iiA '" Coin SlicedBacon

The new proprietor announced: lb ......27C
\ 23c lOe
he will continue the handling of
Cities Service products, Acme Hires'e lb. 25c
tires and tubes and Koobnotor o& I ,
Greasing and washing service: also
will be ottered. Root Beer
.' GEORGIA SMOKKD AssortedBACON
Courtesy, promptness and reliability

.. I I of the will l&aUoa.llr.accompany Sullivan all service said. I LAIGI ntcuum. CocaColaSeven e I Cold Cuts

, Rufus,who WM graduated from
, Homestead High School 23c 9e
e i is said to. be one of this in area's 1938 Up lb. .......Ifc Per lb. ...z5c
: : .: youngest business men.Concrete I e
, .. Select Beef Local Dressed lb.
TOILET
I LUX, Royal Crown

SOAP LIVERIb. Fryers
\ 6 bottle OK' | 35

is cartons ...... JL/ 25c Roasters C
19E
3f 3 f or .. PLUS DEPOSITTHIS

Large: ; Green Cooking Crisp IcebergLettuce
IS OUR TREAT

..f.fI f( FRESH ELBERTAPEACHES 5 C APPLES51bs

I I lb. ._....C 2 for .._..15C
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Blocks
GOLDEN KITE SELECTED
Like the THOMPSON SEEDLESS
Bananas31bs Sweet Yams
Pyramidsconstruction GRAPES 2 lb ISc '

name I U'". 13C 5 Ibs. for f.7c
1.IJ'I'm iz Cans
.. for Concrete Blocks They This is Persian Lime Week. Use I
the satisfaction of
give you 1 i VAN CAMPSPorkandBeansNo.22can,2for
lasting qualities combinedwith
beauty.There are many LiIff.1md, help a Redland industry.
use* for Concrete Blocks Inyour
s building plans.Ask for 19c:
detail Persian Limes lOc

DO%. Chili Con,Came, No: 1 can,2 for 1ge


Karaqa Rack -Ca.ClerUa. I ARMOUR I FOR Red Beans,tall can, 2 for .....__ 17c

tame. .ins. Tomato Juice' :l5c Sfmehetti tall 2 for .. 19c
Narf"la. .:: ,I Can can, .....
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