The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00240
 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 18, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00240
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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LIE-AVOCADO Florida City Ex-Soldier Completes I

1,600-Mile Trip in 21-Foot Sailboat; STRUCTURE FOR BEACON AT

CROP DRAWS The 11-foot sailboat "Silver he started down the Cape I'.r''
I Slipper" warped to her mooring river from Fayettevllle.: He had ;
In the Florida City canal Saturday planned, barring hard luck; to

after a 1,800-mile Journey with reach the Florida City canal

iGHTJTRIES her master, Lewis C. Aldrich, Jr., within a month with plenty of PILING IS DRIVEN ON SHOALS
at the helm. cash and eats to spare. '

Young Aldrich started his long Good luck was his running mate

Beauty Contest to Climax Journey April 12 at Fayetteville, for two weeks. Then he was '
Week of N. C., the day after he was honorably slowed down by: adverse winds TilE WEATHER Lighthouse Tender Due to

" Exploiting discharged from the United which' dogged him for several official suse -" ad 9100 gmawf. .tL.e.ri.a Return to Pelican
Two Fruits States army at Fort Bragg. He days and caused him to resort to NUM HANSOM" IMr4.. Banks Work

had built his boat and rigged her continuous tacking. N. -I I Nib No.. I bor. Role

WINNER TO GET during bit spare time In serviceat It off St. Catherine Island MENACE
the fortAldrich .. 11 .. "_ $3 TI auo 0.21
TITLE OF QUEENB. had $80 In his pocket that half-way Skipper down Aldrich the Georgia ran into coast his I Au,. 12 I 191 'l3 sua 0,01Au AIDS TO NAVIGATION

and a cabin full of grub when ,. 13 I 110 73Aug.
luck. I
P. W. C. Given Manage- toughest His pocketbook, It I 90 I n 311.05 Movement to Craftat
all his
containing cash ,
IS .... 30.03 0.03
ment of Pulchritude Aut. I 190 I 170
overboard. shore he
Making Started
Night by
I 70 30.02AUI.
Event found si logging camp and soughta ,
I I' I 170 29.97GIRLS' Local Group
job to earn enough money to

Eight young women of the Red- FOUND continue his trip. He got the Job
Lights) which will serve to guide
land District have but it was two months later that CHARGE
registered for
fishing boats to the Mowry canal w
the beauty contest which will he put to sea again.It '
climax NOT SERIOUSArcher I entrance and to warn them of the
the observance of LimeAvocado I was clean sailing from then AND ARSON NET shoal waters Of Pelican bank will

Week, September 4.0, under i on. He ncountered tine squall, ,be In operation soon, It was announced -
sponsorship of the Redland District but it was a small one and he yesterday: by Wm. W. De-
Chamber of Commerce. Smith, son of Dr. and outrode it nicely.Frequently : 4-MONTH TERMHarry I merltt of Key West seventh district -
The girls and their respective Mrs. J. A. Smith of Homestead,
the skipper sent superintendent of the U. 8.
sponsors are: Mist Margaret Albright tomorrow will resume his journey
postcards to his father, Lewis C. Lighthouse Service.
to Hollywood, Calif., after being' Graham, 21. of Prince
.,Florida Avocado and Persian k-
Polnclana .
Aldrich: St,. in Florida City advising The lighthouse tender
Lime Growers Miss Lucille onfineeVlweHal'-4a,e. Denver ton, was sentenced to> serve three
him of his whereabouts and completed the structure forMowry
Orlggers Cordon-Hobson, Inc. hospital with a throat ailment months in Jail on a charge of assault -
; welfare. canal light and drove some
Miss Phyllis Parman, Parman- Archer was taken ill while and battery. reduced from
Lehman Packing traveling westward with Newton The elder Aldrich said he did assault and battery with intent to I piles at Pelican bank several
Company Miss
; weeks after which It preceded
not become worried about his son carnal knowledge and one ago
Alma Jan Llndgrtn, South rlor- Perry, director of Camp Cloud- have
to Fort Lauderdale for the celebration -
ida Growers, Inc.; Miss Jeanne mont In Alabama, to whom he until the hurricane approached month on a charge of malicious
Eby, L. O. Rugglei; Miss Almeda'I wag first assistant They: plannedto the Florida coast last Friday. He mischief, reduced from arson, by I of the 130th service anniversaryof The
the lighthouse
said he had not heard from the Wlllard the criminal
Ben In
Roberts, John P. Neafsey Miss view the filming of the MGM .,
; will to Pellc'
proceed n
LaneHe Rogers, H. S. Brenner, Jr.; motion picture, "Northwest Passage" young navigator for several days court of record last rrlctay.Greh.m I bank and complete the structural
and Miss Vera Delk. Mrs. One In Utah, and visit other and was uncertain about his po- was bound over to the
I work at an early date and Installation -
Stewart. I studios at Hollywood. Mr. Perry sition. higher court on the more serious
of electric lanterns which
.. The beauty contest will be held la In charge of wider-water photography The father said he was in his charges In default of $1,000 bondIn have been ordered will be made

September 7 in the SeminoleTheater I : for MUM. home Saturday: night deeply con- Justice of the Peace Sid 1.4Kendrick' as soon as they ..rrMr.. Dc-
cerned when he heard hall from court Harry Wright,
and the winner will be Dr. and Mrs. Smith were noti- meritt said In a telegram to the
outside: "Hello, Dad He said also of Princeton, arrested with
proclaimed I
Queen Lime-Avocado fied of their son's illness by Mr. Leader-Enterprise :yesterday
The Business and Professional Perry. They, In turn, communi- he was overjoyed when he recognized Graham was released soon court"afterthe Mr. Demerit took steps to Install -
Women's Club will have charge of I cated with Mrs. Smith's sister, his son's voice. hearing In the local the lights after Ben Archer

the event Mrs. Stewart, president Mrs. S. L. Casper at Kansas City: Young Aldrich said he passed Graham was arrested several publisher of the LeaderEnterprise -

said that four more girls are who hastened by airplane to the (Continued on Page Two) weeks. ago on complaint of parents pointed out the difficultiesand :
of two Homestead girls who
expected to register for the coo-I boy's bedside. Yesterday afternoon danger of boat owners returning
claimed he attempted to force his
Mrs. Casper notified the at night from fishing
testThe Homestead Stars PlayIn attention* on them during an all-
club's committee In charge Smiths that Archer's ailment was I grounds with no lights to mark
of the contest it composed of Mn i, diagnosed as follicular pharyn- State Ball Tourney night automobile ride. shoals or to serve a* landmarks.
The arson charge was placed
Stewart Mrs: Madeline baton gitis. I A light at Mowry canal, It was
him after he said to
Mrs. B. A. Waldin and Mrs. Pearl First symptoms of the Illness Margaret "Sonny" Berger, master against(Continued on Page was Two) pointed out, would serve as a land-
HammettThe i gave rise to the fear that he mightbe diamondball pitcher, and her mark even for the few boat that

. purpose of the week I Ia exploitation suffering a more serious malady playmates, Mary Mlstretta and use any of the other four canals

of limes and avocados : as he was at Camp Cloud- Billie Sykes Love, outfielders, all Townsend Club SponsorsFilm along the Redland District shore
through a publicity and educational mont when Preston Bird, Jr., of of Homestead, constituted the I at Baptist Church

campaign Miami and the Homestead died of Infantile par- main reliance for the Dr. Pepper I line.Accepting an Invitation to makean

Redland District j alysis. team last night when the soft A motion picture showing the : Inspection of the Mowry canal

drink aggregation clashed with working and results of the entrance and Pelican bank, Mr.

Eustls in the state diamondball al transaction tax in .Feder-I' Demeritt was taken to the site
I Accept War as Inevitable I tournament at Orlando. The meet be shown! at 8 o'clock Friday: of the lights by Mr. Archer Henry:

will continue tomorrow and Sat in the Flnt Baptist church under Brooker, Jr., and A. C. Deputy in
As Hitler Proves Liar Barrett
Says I urday. The winner will play in sponsorship of the Townsend Mr. Deputy' boat He was convinced -

the national tourney at Chicago. Club of Homestead.The of the necessity of the tights
tax Is similar to the one and recommended a beacon at
With 78 cent of the
per peopleof and his last activity was with the
the major European countries sponsored in the Townsend movement the north end of Pelican bank anda
engaged. directly 6r Indirectly, In Chinese army In the undeclaredwar Local Library Board according to S. F. Matthews, marker at the south end and a

production of war materials, there with Japan. He served English Names Livingston Head president of the local club. John flashing beacon to mark the entrance "

is no hope for a permanent peace, Dutch and French news syn Wysong, secretary of the club,1 of the Mowry canal. Subsequently -
will have charge of projection of the bureau at lighthouses .
and If the United States participates dicates. I A. R. Livingston' was elected ,
. In the conflict she will I During his most recent trip president of the Homestead Library : the film, .approved the project

"enter by: the back door," declaredA. abroad Mr. Barrett visited all the i board at a meeting of the

W. Barrett, retired war correspondent 'major and several small countriesof ,organization held at the home of Redland District Tennis Tournament

author and student of Europe and talked with officials ;Mrs. J. E. Gauzena Wednesday II I

world affairs In an address before I as well as the "man In the I night He succeeds H A. Cam- Play Is Scheduled to Start MondayThe
the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday street" The atmosphere Is tense .

: noon. I with the expectation of conflict eron.W.. R. Bird, member of the city -

Mr. Barrett recently took up his but the people as a whole wantno council library committee, told I annual Redland District termedistes and beginners, while

residence at Coral Gables soon war, he said. Their sacrificesat the board plans are materializing tennis tournament will start Monday the women player will be placedIn
alter his return from Europe the altar of Mars are great, and for equlplng the interior of the at the municipal tennis courts, a single class. A prize will be

.where he checked on the situation In Germany, particularly the sacrifices new Jabrar,.. The city council, he I lit -was announced *y Tommy awarded winners of each class.

,for material for a book to be written are approachinl'those of said considering plant to construct Brooker, recreetlonalaupenlaor at Mr. Brooker urged all tennis
by a friend. The noted correspondent 1917 and If the situation continues floors and appropriate money the city park. players of Homestead and vicinity

saw reportorial duty In will match those of 1918. he said. to help In purchasing equipment Prep sessions are now In progress to register as soon at possible

every major war during the past With 50 per cent of her popu- He said the Federal Art by players" already registeredfor so that the work of seeding will be

quarter century. In the World ,lation either in the army or working Unit of the WPA win be contacted the meet for the-purrM of completed.

War Us first assignment was on for Its support, Germany for construction of plaquee for the placing players division It Is During the past week 20 rae-
the Russian front and when. that I would face a national calamity U walls, the material to be suppliedby "expected that at least 100 Betters queteers registered and are undergoing -

country collapsed he covered Tur- she brought her fighting force the Wty Opening of the new will participate in the tournamentMen the seeding process. Mlaa

key. He was In Spain from the down to a normal standard, Mr.I building probably will be In No- players will be grouped In Cecelia Harper and Angel Barrow

start to the finish of the civil warT I (Continue on Page Two) vember, he IBid three divisional lop-notahen In- ere heading the l1aEK .

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t yare Two THE LEADER ENTE1tPRISE Friday, August. 18. .1939'_
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INQUEST OF TWO 1 r.By VITADIINS A, C I SAILBOAT TRIP !{of Europe all the and second-rate:the NearEast"In countries of

the countries
I BRIDGE DEATHSSKI' : ARE ABUNDANTIN Continued rm;:;; Page One) Hitler arid Mussolini during the by

Jupiter Inlet Thursday Just a day I past ,several year there la a rising
I f
'ahead of the hurricane which i tide of insurgency, w.hlcb has
FOR DIONDA CITRUS FRUITi :struck the toast at that point and given the two dictators great concern -
I I I went across the state Mr Barrett aid. Always
A sailboat enthusiast Aldrich I there I* the danger of an Internal
i I An inquest Into the deaths of i Aug. IT.-(Special). I I was a frequent figure in craft In explosion that would spread and

Miss France M. Kremer, 28, of i; Recent announcement by the I,south Florida water before joining I possibly engulf the domineering
1232 S. W. Seventeenth terrace 1 ABNK GORDON; \ American Medical Association the army. The "Silver Slip : countries.
Miami and Claude Hamilton 43. I I per" hat remained at her moorIng : Hitler want Poland because H
PAINT the variable economical I that vitamin should be obtained .I
of Docstur Ga., who died when for decorative finishes OB since her arrival Aldrich would give him free access to the
.n automobile plunged off Card competition wall board now extea I i from food, aa against capsules or I plane to bring her to Florida CI sea, and to get this he must have
Sound bridge into five feet of lively used Instead of plaster. other vitamin mixture, should today for overhauling. "I(Danzig; he want Rumania, at the
water two week ago will be held I High quality *U paint Is not permanently have a beneficial effect on orange other end of the corridor, because
Monday by Justice of the Peace Such stains affected are: easily by dirt removed and .by i a n. d grapefruit consumption I BR1TISHACCEPT of Its vast oil fields, which are
I:. R. Lowe at Tavemier. washing assuring cleanliness and i among certain group of people j rated fourth best in the world
The inquiry was to have been lasting beauty. the Florida Citrus Commission be- Mr Barrett said. Poland a* a
held yesterday but was postponed Board types differ as to texture. 'Illeve*. I (Continued from Pap One) I(nation offer little to the dictator
because. the three survivor of the Paint. required for a given area I t The medical association, in a report Barrett said. Revolution surely I I I because It i* poor and, has Hie
ti accident had not recovered sufficiently board varies UM4.according to porosity of the published In its Journal, would follow demobilization of I I lowest standard of living of any1
to give testimony. The Three eats are essential ea new stated that taking vitamin mixtures the army because of the resultant Christian I country, he pointed out
three are Miss Marguerite Kremer, board. "cannot replace the need of unemployment and hunger and I It wa because of Britain' and
twin sister of the dead girl; C d Priming east nay be omitted when adequate amount of a well balanced want, be aid. While the German France' general unpreparednes*
Mulling, 57, of Atlanta, and El- redecorating It original paint la till diet" hate war and bloodshed, he love for war that Czechoslovakia was
more Daniel, 47, of 1929 S. W. In good excellent condition.An The average diet doe not con regimentation, and deprived of "thrown to the dogs" by Chamberlain
Fourteenth terrace, Miami priming coat consists the pompous parades and uniforms and that subsequent
concessions -
of S put (by volume) soft paste tain a sufficient amount of Vita.
James Vann, Jr., of Homestead white lead 4 parts lead mixing or mine A and C the association also given him by Hitler he were made to Hitler, he
rescued the survivors from the lead reducing oU. reported, warning that many would be ripe for revolt. laid, but both France and Britain
wrecked and nearly submerged For oat finish follow with two persons get enough vitamins for Germany baa changed England's I have had just about time enough
automobile. He leaped from the lead coats 1II' 1tn'r: : paste white passable health but not enough psychology toward war and I III to prepare for a conflict, and a
bridge and pulled them from the lead reduotngolL for buoyant health. more than a little worried over stiffened attitude toward Germanyand

car while a companion, Robert for enamel blah substitute good I Orange and grapefruit are this fact, Mr. Barrett said. Before Italy may be expected.
Albury, wa arriving with a boat prepared enamel for flat finish eoat rich in Vitamins C and also considered the Munich conference British officials -' The English people have now
The accident wa caused when Q.-our bathroom faucets often a* well a* the general Brit the philosophy of a people) "witha
the automobile skidded on the make thumping or pounding noitw. i good sources of Vitamin A. lib public wanted peace and desired job to do" and they are anxious
Official of the citrus commission '
wet flooring of the bridge and Suggest a remedy. I' to make any sacrifice to, to get it done and go on about
Thumping Is caused la a eonprtesloa t have been watching development
went out of control of the driver, avert war he aid. their normal business. The peace
faucet by loose cap nut won of the vitamin mlxtuhea, of
Mr. Hamilton. It many i "But after the Munich confer-, at any price philosophy was discarded
was one of several spindle, or loose defective disk. I which.are now on the market and 'I' -
that occurred at approximately la Falter type; the ball may be purport to contain all or several I ence Hitler proved to be such a as hopeless after the disintegration
the same spot and It wa loose or the metal _VIe worn. I of these essential element liar and cheat that he changed the of Czechoslovakia In
y believed that the guard: rail To fix compression faucet tightencap whole complexion of opinion iri the face of the Munich pact provisions
through which the car plunged aut U this Is not effective shut I The commission has acpitalized England," the speaker pointed out! Mr. Barrett said.
oR water to remove and examine In many way on available vitamin "Now there 1* higher morale for I I
j wa weakened by the impact of spindle and disk washer. If disk la a
the other ear*. No one wa Injured I wore, remove brass screw and attain knowledge, stressing the war. England strives no more for[' She was about ready to depart to
nor the car damaged badly new disk. threads oa spindle abundance of these healthful elemnts peace, but work steadily at the attend. a political meeting.
In the other mishap I er faucet body are badly worn, causiaf In Florida citrus fruit, although I job of being ready when war) "I'm not prejudiced at all," she
i rattle, purchase new fixture. still being guided basicallyby comes. Germany has great fear told a friend. "I'm going with a
With Fuller type, abut off water the established fact.that people and
respect for England: becauseshe perfectly open and unbiased mindto
and Ufhtaa nut or.W balding
GRAHAM Fuller baIL Install new ball U old .la eat foods they like, rather realize Britain control the listen to what I'm convinced I*
_RIo U part of eceeatrle are worn, than those which are. good for. destinies and direct the policies pure rubbish"-Ex.
t take taunt to vhimber. I them.
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ham' car ran out of ga* on the Local Episrnoalia"
have act fir* to furniture and Dixie highway. Their stories of:
i rug In the home of his parents the night' event were the bail* Attend Miami MeetingA
,' during a fit of anger. He wu said of warrant worn to by their parent
I. to have thrown the furniture and *. delegation from St John's '
rug Into a pile, saturated them I In Justice Kendrlck'i court I Episcopal Church of Homestead
with coal oil and applied a match. .Graham pleaded guilty to the arson Including the rector, the Rev. R. T.i .
His mother narrowly escaped InJury charge and not guilty to the i i Blackford, Rufus Ashby and Allen T0MAKE
when her dress became ignited girls' accusation ., Hastings attended a meeting of
while she was extinguishing I i i the the flame) 'copal Church at Miami Sunday
Graham was said to have got One la Every AudienceIt I{I night The devotional service ROOMS"BRIGHTER"

the girl I Into his car on the pretense wa* an opening appearance of ,,'ass In charge of the young people '
4 of a shirt ride about Home the. Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra ,'I of St. Stephen's Church and Trin-
stead with Stokowskl at hill I Ity Church. Eight league wens
According to testimony of the moit majestic The music w. represented at the meeting.
girl to Justice Kendrick and crashing and thunderous when ::
juvenile authorities, they were suddenly there fell an abrupt and came a high-pitched feminine
taken first to Graham's home, complete silence beginning a brief voice full of reproach. "Bull always -
where unwelcome advances were but absolute rest In the music i I ," it aid, "fry mine in lard
mad to them. Afterward they Out ofhe stilly night there Atlanta Two Bells. 1JtJrJill1r
were taken to several point near ,
the bay, where after they realstI .
ed Graham's advances, one of the
f, girl was beaten by him I they aald. y
The girl were brought to Homestead New SupplyWe
by passing motorist when .
they started to walk after Ora.I I

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August Jl 1939: ;

, 3 TEAMS TIED I South fourth Miami sixth scattered and\ eighth life while runs I):SCIENTIFIC( ERA ISf:I|R. D.Succumbs Brown's in! ";

'I out over the score board :

FOR FIRST PLACEIN The pitchers rendered almost 'HELD DANGEROUS -

Identical servUe C. W Carter, I j ,:j I Funeral erfoea for Mrs

delivering for South Miami, and I ,B Brown, T4, mother of
LOCAL LEAGUE Nelson, Home undsmnn(' each I TO CHURCH, HOME :Brown, ffopfrlaser of :: :: : =

/struck out seven men, md Carter
[ IlM>'mocuhn died SI.tUJ d I
,allowed fun' In,14 on balN. on" I ,
Four' hon'<' i ''IIT' '.nl three two- more dun \ lwII Nelson i I"pp.t Tin much and name! he 'offered ]hu home m AH at>}'. OA.
Immcii'-urablv through the
base lilts mucked the ,,.n1l' Mon- out u home mn is did 8111(1, ,. h," tnrpli&tionii .,el It Sund.iv nt VbonvDC I "i
I I of this m'rhonl ic
day night between Brorkir and I catcher Oiitri and Anrtcison I I
( and scientific see and ire In I" South Miami whuh ended with { Horne left fielder made 1\\o-bu.1 I| '
of losing their '
protiso among/ months I
the local team taking the short hits I I
(other Important institutions. of the Mrs Brown Is | I
end Jjw\vcd
of 9-to-7 Three
Brooker a score I Brooker, which finished near the country, declared the Rev James I husband R. BtMfirown
men, Rue third baseman cellar at the end of the half sea J. Richards, pastor of the Homestead
other sons. Merl1lll'"Urown
Sullivan second baseman and
son grind, waxed slug-happy in I Methodist Church, in a talk '
Scott BroW'of
T. Thomas, center fielder, went all blty,
the curtain-raiser for the second before the Redland District Lions I
" the way on clouts, and C. W. Car- and handed Julius Brown of work."I
semester Friday night Club Tuesday night.
ter, pitcher, for South Miami,'I port, Miss; and two
t\,\ made the circuit swat for his Horne, the champion, -a U-to-4 I The highly developed modern Miss Exa Brown of Decatur,

tedm And Carter realy bore defeat amusement has taken away many(and Miss Susie Brown of

M down on his drive It was the I All but two of the Brookermen functions of the church and hone, villa ,
longest of accounted for at least one run. and until these functions are replaced
one the season and It
brought In 'Mathls the pitcher, didn't tally, both will fall short In their
a man on second I Blackford Will Speak
'f another on third. Coming In the'but he made up for this deficiency purpose of existence, he said
sixth with good mound work. He "This age has created too much Before Epworth
I inning, it put the game on I
I worked during the entire for the church and
Y Ice for the up-countlans. I| fraeall I competition
, ,without relief; he fanned men home by giving leisure In Increasing
. Besides accounting well for The Rev. R. F. Blackford,
himself with the bat Carter also and allowed not a single free walkto I I quantities," the pastor said. of St John's Episcopal:
first "There II, however, absolutely :
did himself proud with the mound will speak at the regular
work. He struck out nine men.'I The other Brooker man who I I no danger of these institutions' of the Epworth: League of

His opponents on the hill. Caves failed to score was Tony, center crumbling away and others supplanting land Community church

and Mathls, together, fanned four. fielder; but this was for the good I, them." : o'clock Sunday night He
Carter's free trips totaled three. reason that he did not take a turn(, Crime and amusement-the two cuss social service as I

Brooker and South Miami were at bat. I largest Industries In the country to a small town and the Ij

on even terms during: the first I) The Brookermen got in the today-In volume, profit and he has obtained in other j

three innings, each tallying six groove right at the'drop of the hat money Involved-were propagatedby I ties through social service

runs. The locals got another lathe and turned In six markers In the this swift-moving age, Mr. I I
said Because of the
sixth to be followed by Car- first inning. There went the ball Richards

ter's telling homer. game for Horne, sluggers of repute magnitude of these industries
Considering the many and extensive seemed to get discouragedand there are indications of great economic Plumbing Installationsand
which will detract
plays, there were few errors couldn't get Up their scoring
marked up. South Miami dander, greatly from the precepts upon
which this country was built he
made a single faux pas, and Brooker made IS base hits while pointed out. RepairsPLUMBING
Brooker made three.
Home made seven. The world always Is chang'ng!
The Horne-Perrlne clash, which
In the Perrine-South Miami
and each Is met by social
followed age
that of Brooker and
game: on the same bill, Perrlne
of which
problems, welt
South Miami, proved to be a close copied Brooker's. tactics and started many APPLIANCES .
recurrent, he said In the British
to-the-belt affair The locals lost off with a bang In the first .
museum, he said, there la a papyrus
it 2
1. The ball didn't get
stanza five runs crossed the
much exercise, each side making South Miami dldnt get Piate.1(I parchment, 5,400 years old. Solar Water Systems Furnished and Installed
only four base hits And the words on it are translated,
I until the third and then succeededIn
Home literally, as follows: "these are .
made Its
single point in
making only two. Perrina add
times, Is
dangerous everyone tryIng -
the third inning when R. Camp. ed two more to Its score in the to write a book and childrenwon't FHA Loans
bell, second sacker, came home. fifth.
Perrine made a counter in the mind their parents .
i C. W. Carter. hurling for South
a "sixth and another In the seventh. Miami, worked Jiard for victory. Free EstimatesSPECTER'S
cinching run was mad by He struck out-seven men, while
. Deai, pitcher, when two men already his.opponent on the mound fanned IV LETTER CONTEST
t '
> were down. Nelson, Home lour. ** J I
William A. Kopp of Richard
hurler, walked nine men, and
Errors during the
game were Road received word Saturday that
Dean, pitching for Perrine, walked even, each side making, four. I he won third prize in a letter
three, "
I The scores: writing contest sponsored by a
South Miami, Brooker and Per- I I
rine have identical averages in the WItDNESDAY RIGHT, dro. u I I feed mills in Knoxvllle The Crosley Radios, Refrigerators and Autos
Perrino \B a DH J'O A It letter was to be written on the

second dlnmondball half, sharing league the so far tint in place the HIlMn.L.eeott. Cimpb.ll.,IbE. rr,.:a i:: ::::::.: i e a 1 a! I i : : ',value for of raising the Knoxville chickens, which firm'sfeeds HORNE BLDO. HOMESTEADFLA. PHOVt JJ

position, while Home with H..n. a e 0
no I 10
Kdw...... a a 0 I' I Is Mr. Kopp's occupation. The
games won and all lost Is holding M. iii....... Ib, .. 4 1 t I I 0 tint prize winner was from Tennessee
forth In the hole The three T.ndNek. 01 I 0 I I I
on 0
9/mmona/ lb ._... a ,
1 0.
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the top rung each lost one game 1. H. Mow, It _. a 0 U I 0 u I Men Everywhere Are Getting Quicker
and won t'o.W.dnesday. Martin, .fD4W a 1 to. r
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It a 1 I 0 10I

from Ferrjne night 10 to Brooker B and South won I I Totals ._..'.... .I n -I II -e I A Trial More Refreshing Shaves With This Hew

Miami! took Home 8 to 8. Mon- 1 *),.... Art H 811 PO A R!
day night Perrlne beat Horne KIM sb. ._.. ... a S a 0 0 a

2to1. -II 1C I ISwRvn"; '. : i 1 i : 1 MeansA
The Perrine-Brooker clash was K.! Siillfran Ib ". .. a 1 1 4 1 0

! featured by two double plays and C.O.BoIII..n..r...., p a.11..0 1 I. e I
a triple play. While the multiplemoves I "-I. .. .. .., e I I I a CustomerAT
' tI..rd. lb .. I 0 a I e t
served to entertain the fans each.. et II
: t ea as :
there was little effect on the scorIng .acMlMra, Pi.: : ..a

of either side What counted I Total! ." .: .M 10 II .iii .

ho -.v r, was heavy slugging -M. Moot out,. ..-......

and the 8 tihf the batters to I Innlnn I t S 4 S 11 .a
solve the pitchers. P...... ............. a e e a e I e
Ilrookw .....___. 4 e S t I S SI DRIGGERSService 1
Three two-base hits and a home I At Price I
I run were made by Brookermen.E. Two bees MU shear.. air, Cava, Neal '

Sullivan, second sacker, made Stations .
Contrary to popular belief, ." .N ,
I the circle drive, while Rue, third I
baseman; Caves, pitcher; Neal, sharks do not have to turn over Krome Ave. and Third St. "...-I-' .... ""o-fwwHrp Tittas" ., I
to bite, declare scientists at the .
catcher: ; and Schallem, right hone 9110 CUlUire trt>tat roar Skin From .
Marine Studios 1 oceanariums
fielder, doubled. Hilton, Perrlne AffTireS"aortAed ).
third baseman, also made a two- '
lrrteasfose Cased
base hitCaves i

worked without relief on ? I By1Ml.Nt Blades I '

, the mound. He walked 13 men A .. ': ,t.",' .. ,;..,[:
and fanned four Deas and M. "

i Moore hurled for Perrine, and between -

1 them gave six free walks 4Q Mir
and struck out two. t I I f Wbafs more. It has edger of

The South Mlaml-Horne game an entirely new kind that
went nine Innings" Up until the II I* /TEN *Jr erer before got whisk through tough beard
final frame each aid had six runs 1VI a decent shave with a quickly and easily. There'a
Borne made two each In the I low-priced.blade are enthusiastic BO smart...no burn. You get
I I about the now Thin 1004- "'a.. comfortable
Gillette.Ajul no wonder!Thie _wee every time sad save
blade, that sells at only lie money, tool Buy a package
EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING for 4, Is made of easy-flexing of Thin Gillette Bladessteel

G. R. OLDENDORF & CO. hard enough to cut glaea.Friday from your Dealer today.

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Prompt service on '

makes specializing on PLUMBING SUPPLIES

automobile radios I

L C. Dodd We tncet mail order house prices" 6ille ,

' Flowers Bill.Oonestead. I 25 Flagter Street Homestead

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OCR'" ARCaga adltOIARIORrg ..'I .
LEACH ARCIIItI ,SOU7//t lIIG'ii.'i Bird
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Cat"" se wane clue wall ..tI.. Kl/mEr: Told Us ji
Mena l16 It... as the mast elt.. at
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Much S. 1171.It ,PERPETUATErD +
THAT a potential South Dade.ixly)

F In sad, C..ntr IMCBirTIOII.... .CATC.. .... .. II." P-FJOlU / .. Ashwell, whose hand was stayed 'f\\
\ Onsets* ., itofe c...ir .._....-........ tLN by God knows what miracle during -

a night of terror for two local I

J To Spank or Not to Spank 'i girls will be free again In four .: I
months to resume hit drunken, Ja i
jt For some children and In some ex-perverted career ,it ;
Instances. nothing takes place of THE fl ft L fIOW4It S Of \ 0 .

\ the old-fashioned spanking a \ THE po/ttsem nilE THM '" THAT with Homeitead'i only l :
J University of North Carolina ifM dairy a model for the whole state, l If

psychologist recently told a par INCONSPIVOU.r YLLJOI/I oorrA the greatest concern of milk con- ."'pi*!;
ent-teacher Institute. THE aNT A.KOT THE, : iumera here li the fact that MtlSIU a I

t Some of the educator j M/aIRNZ'S'AR onacrs I': Parker bat substituted a new%*'
took issue with the professor ted tangled sliver paper bottle cap a
f standing his ground he ask f-_ t1.I."6 .1 t tor the heavy duty white paper :'! *A.
those of the ISO .,. M "
parent presentwho .4"" "boudoir cap that cam: in a o **!
Spank their '. I f c'Yt py.v ,j'
children raise handy at dishes for feeding the m

their, hands. All did but four. t family cat ;,i\11'
Which recall the story of the I !r e e .

string-willed! little shaver who THAT the Oversea Highways M

wouldn't get down off the hobby and Toll Bridge Commission ii *W

hone in a department store. His killing the Soon of the golden "4Tl

} mother tried to coax him off. so Trtt eggs by raising"tolls from $1.00 to. .*|

did the sales girls, the department $1.75 for each car and driver ";*

manager, and several innocent byitaaders and that there will be even less ,
but on he stayed money available for the advert! .Mj

Finally the general manager, f Ai ing agency of the governor'l pet
attracted to the tutus, bad a brilliant soninlaw.THAT 1 3
Idea H* called for the child .&

psychologist who was torturing to t there may be something ,,2
an earnest group of parents up i in tt: more delicious and refreshing than ."'{'

M the book department I the new Persian Lime Frosty but 'A,
The learned psychologist Judiciously $ to'date it hasnt appeared in tills .tf
looked over the situation t JOEL fi. neck of the woodll.01111I1111I1111111111I11111I1111I1111I111I1111', m
J then bent over and whispered SOOTH CAROL/H/RN
1 something In the little boy's ear. WHO 'GWS TO aorwr THE' / / ,
When the
I psychologist straightened
up the youngster promptly got I -fRM0415 RO/NSM7 ".i

off the horse and grasped his 20 Years :
I I i mother's hand, ready to go. Although his name U kept alive by the .1 time were more widely travelled than Joel R Ago

j The amazed group wa curios Poinsettia which he gave to botany, the distinguished Poinsett oi Charleston, S. C As a young man

to know what the psychologist had I Poinsett was in his day q prominent he> toured all over Europe, visiting the leading 111111I1111I/11I1111I1111I11111111I111111I1111I1/

: r said to produce such wonderful results national figure. A man ol culture and capitals, entered the best society, and d

1 I But the man of science social leadership, he became an able mem- was given marks oi favor In St. Petersburg, ..The... renewing( fll..Item.1 the u> taken H._wMM d "
t was reluctant to reveal his methods ber of Congress a very efficient secretary ot Russia by the Czar He) even penetrated the .to'1lrIM _..11./ .... Mir IS. lilt.M .

: r H* said the local medical war and a vigorous representative in Mexico Caucasus and to the Caspian Sea where he -.104 doe Oct.Roth IT, riwMi 1MI, with..UK....H_trod

, : society might disbar him for giving during a critical period in the nation history was entertained by the reigning Khans. stead .........

{J I free advice. It was as our minister to Mexico from 1825 Curiously, the Poinsettia flower, which today Aug. tl. 1918 11r"The
t But finally at the Insistence of to 1829 that he discovered and imported to thrives ail over Florida, has brought Polnsett'i I '
pastor Rev. C. A.
his lecture-sponsor department the United States what was later known a. name far more widespread recognition them Miller
J' store executive-the great the) Poinsettia plant. Few Americans of his all his activities in high places I returned will home on Thursday evening ,
:. man agreed to tell all and oeeunv the- nnlnlt nnSunday
"I ." (Florida ty----)):
simply 'said he related ,Na.NNNINNMNNN..NNr. ,NINN,WNNN/N,. I boiled out of the Orient and ............__......, _._.-....,,-
\ "now listen her you buttheaded populated -"A. C. Grow will speak in the .
: \ little brat If you don't get down CURRENT I the islands of the South Sea Coconut Grove M. E. Church on .
off that hone 111 beat the pants and visited Australia I On our aide Children in Court Sunday evening The pastor, Rev.

j off yer"'Tampa Times COMMENT he settled the Caribbean archipelago By Judge Milcelm Hatfleld E. E. Reynolds being away on his
Cuba, Jamaica, Porto vacation,"
; t Br AGNEW WELSH Miami Rico; wandered over to the Bahamas ......--...?---.......-
} Jesse M powers this week In
of the reasons the president Strange a* it may seem, diamonds Back of these were the mound A CASE Or VOODOOISMA which he stated they in
's popularity remains so con- and coal have the same blulders who left no record of
Asheville N. C., and that their
stant throughout the country 1* basic element-carbon, but their themselves live the thousands of court recently released a six next address would be Atlanta
till extremity to which bitter op. chemical treatment has been different earthwork mounds scattered allover teen-year-old colored girl from i G.." ,
(Florida .
portents go 'In their criticism. For the coal being subjected the Mississippi valley.e custody This girt had developeda City
criticism loses Its validity when to only sufficient heat to turn It e unique behavior pattern because "Mrs. C. P. Sheffield was in

bused on enmity alone."-Minneapolis Into a form of charcoal, while the Over one of the entrances to Ne of her fear of a womanwhom she I Miami for the week-end visiting
Star. Imagined to possess the power to Mr ,and Mrs J M Dobbin."
diamond under terrific heat, was braska's capitol Is Inscribed this
cut a spell over her. When the (Florida City).
crystallzed Now
f comes the great truth: "The salvation of the
scientist with the new chemical state is the watchfulness of the child first exhibited such symptoms ] -"Mn. L. F. Chapman has pus
tCC BOON TO TOLTII compound with which he treat citizen." I mentioned this to Uncle she was committed to a pa,. chased l lot in the Jane p. Tower
"A joy to the heart of almost Tungsten steel and harden U to Ezra and he remarked, "Durned copathic hospital for observation addition in Homestead adjoining/
any person I I. the light/ of a redeemed a point little below that of the good Idee, too." and treatment But when she was Mrs F M. Hunt." (Florida City).
I fellow being," remark the 'diamond, thus taking the place ol eel returned home she Immediately [Born to Mr. and Mr*. R. B.

Eugene (Oregon) New "We the bits of "shiner" used in cutting An old reverted to her former condition. Schallern on Friday of last weekan ,
adage there I I.
say; no .
meun specifically that it I ta a genuine metals etc. After numerous detegitlom of eight pound boy. Congratulations ,
accounting for tastes When the "
pleasure to colored (Florida City). .
see puny salN people had called at the '
low youth a harbor for consump 1 lady was asked why she kissed court to urge that the child be I-"Orover Becker hat arrived at I

'. tion-turn Into a muscular per- Diamonds and coal alike eh? her" cow she replied Taste committed to an asylum, the Hoboken, N. J., from Over Sea :*
onible, better informed young Well you see 'twas this way: the I differ and so do the brands of fudge entrusted a capable and I and is expected home very soon." ,.\

man with a purpose u\ life On amass diamond got something the coal weather In recent week*. New highly intelligent colored woman -"The home of Mrs. J. L. Ross ywas '
did not and thus became morevaluable. England has been parched with the : the rm,
seal*--already exceeding with the duty of analyzing the scene of a pretty event .
two million-thla thing has been That I* what an education severest drought they have had in girr problem. A few days later Friday afternoon last the affair ; -.,"

going on for six years in the forests and a quest for knowledge 67 years while on thw tlMMich> Wiir tJmaa Reported the court Wag ,*. miseellaneou shower .- ;
; \ of the United State The should do for man and will do U of the glob there occurred in New that the girl actually believed In given for.Miw Agnes Strickland, ,*

amazing transformation 1* per directed Into the proper channel. Zealand on July 27, the first time she would shrivel away, because who i* to become the bride of AT4

formed In CCC camps" I snow. fall they have had In 1eyears. 0 a certain female witch doctor thur People :' (Redland). ,*

Man I Ia l human question mark- e had prepared a brew and was -"C. M. Fisher was In town on .

i BANKS "'UErIGHT'" ever asking what' lie beyond his Fallowing the "noble threatening to UM it on her as the Wednesd.). Mr. Fisher and tarns
human vision! ever prying into '" experiment girl objected to the witch doctor's ly will.soon move into their house
"Boy Swallows Thirty Cents; nature's, secrets and a* some cynic have termed marriage to her father her for the school season"
Coughs Up Dime' Headline. III1sterieLWith the prohibition period of th*.World -"J. .
more powerful telescopes he When the so-called witch doctor r M. Scarborough brother of 'SI 1
That much better iW.r. came a reaction. hassent .
than lot
a of learned Mrs B. C arrived in
Is I studying the 'marvel of the that the court was serious-1 Murphy,
the banks did In .Roosevelt drinking Into a broader fie IdthatIncludes .
pre Homestead f
Firmament, ana among other ly considering having her apprehended week to visit with s.!
days-Washington Pent (Rep.) high per cent of women the
things these powerful instruments she disappeared. Imme Murphys Mr. Scarborough }
When the liquor Interests
reveal to him brought diately thereafter a will crop this winter. He wa* 4i
1 are 18 hitherto unknown back I great improvement re't
intoxicating liquor sales
Recently.for the first time in the star! w solidified by compression I did It by fooling the people with they was noted in the afflicted. I eently discharged from the navy

history of science, a porpoise was that they... from ISO to the specious argument that there I I!girl's condition having time," crossed the ocean many .,
successfully milked and the pro 800 thousand times heavier than '' .
would be only light beer and noi .... a,
flown the earth I'+i /'Sergeant Paul Z. Camp, son of
duct by plan half acrossthe drpendnlg upon their
j Crusade
I more open saloons. Now the-)me Ito wtih Its praying bands In
Mrs C. W. In
slw This from I Camp has
I continent for analysis by the ranges the earth'sslay front
again approaching for soul of and in saloon
MUM i i did a greatwork
of Th down to that of the [ York city according to atelelll'.m
University Chicago experiment moon and to light the in
torch of
: liberty fro m exciting public interestagainst
wa conducted at Mar-. theY' are two and one-half times received by Mrs Camp.
liquor evils s* they now exist I I[ this evil and back of them
,i i ine Studio, Marlneland, Flat Porpoise hotter than the sun, states Dr Mr. Camp was one of our first
One of the of was the Sons of
early apostles T.mperancemo
, milk according to scientists Knlper: of Chicago University./ boys to enlist! and he hi* teen
liquor temperance was John & ment. a secret organization,!
e considerable service In Europe,
at Marine Studios has about the
I. 3ough, e New Englander, Boston, to combat the evil
having transferred from the
consistency of cow's milk, Not 1s army
only man a question mark 11 remember
correctly then came Out of all
grew a to the Red
greater Cross after the signingof
but taste considerably: sweeter but he 1 also
a born wanderer a Francis Murphy of Pittsburgh with organization, the Woman's Chris the armistice.."
Porpoise being warm-blooded I discoverer and thus early began hi "Blue "
wave of saloon tian Temperance Union
(W. C T. -"The W. A. Mitchell family ha
alr-br athlrig mammals, will the building of crude .
mean of waer abolishing by signing pledge earda U.) or the white ribboners, who 'returned: from Ml 8laalppl.:'
drown It submerged under water
transportation a navigator On not to use Intoxicants.
are yet active In
seeking to abolish -"B.
for too long a. period of time. the other .aide of.the, glob, he Shortly before this the Woman's the use of Intoxl 'nta. ,I (Continued Hlghley on of Page Chicago Eleven ref-)

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Friday August 18, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Five-


Now Is the Time


to BuildTHERE ,

are only a few more houses that can be purchased in Homestead.
1 these are owned by satisfied owners, other people coming to
to spend the winter will have to live in tents or someone
. will have to build them homes. There was a large number of families last sea-
l son turned away from Homestead for the lack of places to rent. As the pic-
ture standes today, there are such a few houses for rent that there is room for
capital to be invested both in small cottages that would cost around $2,000. and
t homes ranging around $3,500 to $4,000.

There are at least 30 people looking for loans now to build their own homes.
Some of these people want to build on the inside of the city limits and some on the
outside. If capital is afraid of taxes, there is a golden opportunity just outside
the city limits of Homestead where, with homestead exemption, the tax wouldbe
so small no one would fuss about it-and this should be encouraged even by
the most skeptical person living inside the city limits, due to the fact the city of
Homestead would reap the revenue from lights and water sold in this area, thus
helping to carry the burden of taxpayers on the inside of the city limits. But if
you will compare your tax rates per $1,000 invested in Homestead with any other
city in the state of Florida you will find that you are not hurt by taxes in the city
, .- I of Homestead, and with continued.construction and the proper management of
I city government, the millage in Homestead should go down.

There could be spent $300,000 in homes alone during the next sixty days
and not have too many homes for this winter's business. There is a number of
people that would buy,a home upon arrival here if the architects planned themas
they want them.If .

you want a larger'city,now is the time to encourage hoarded capital]into
I constructive earning power because the opportunity is just as good in Homesteadand
the Redland District as it was in Coral Gables when it used to be an orange
grove and pine timber.

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: ',-, ,.' You, no doubt, will find listed in my office,':,the location you
:. k( desire to build your future home, either in Homestead or
elsewhere in the Redland District. Prices are right.



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Pare Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, August 18, 1939:


I In and Around .. two pictorial' view of the Florida exhibit at the New
f 77% York'W ertd'a Fair have been Judged a*meat attractive
and symbolic of Florida. (Loft) the gardens seen from
the encircling patio, with tower In background. (Bottom -
Homestead "
) the exhibit, with the pictorial' dlaramas of the
;\It most Interesting station ef the state, has become one

; I one of the most popular .."Iblteat the Fair.WHENY .

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Mr and Mrs. Casper Williams Mr and Mra..J,'Ej;JiavU left
and daughters, Misses Mary on August 10 for It few week
Eleanor and Barbara, have returned vacation In Elton, t nn.
to their home In Nannja _.....L
after a visit of several month InBrownvUIe Mr. and Mrs.: Wroi McMichaeland

Fa. ion, William and Jack, have
returned from a stay in South

Mra. Lull Free recently returned Carolina, Maryland and New
from a vacation trip to York.
..r Miss Hazel Pennlngton and Miss ,

Mr. and Mn. C. D. taker and Evelyee! Bellinger are pending
the week at Miami Beach.
family returned Friday from Sum-

merville, S. C, where they spent
Mr. and Mn. R. R. Klnrd
their vacation.Mlft .
entertained over the week-end
Mr. and M.... L W. Hogan of
f Vera Delk returned Sun Qulncjr. .
day from Blackihear, da., where
f she had visited for a week. Dr. A. M. Logan' brother and 7a

liter-ln-law, Mr. and Mn. Gordon -
Mr. and Mrs, Joe Burton and Logan of Savannah, arrived
their daughter, Mn. Lonnie Hood, yesterday for a visit here.
f returned from Hot Springs, Ark.,

on August 10. Mrs. A. A. Payne, her daughter

Mini Emily and ion William. returned -
Bruce Ennl-; hit father, E. Saturday from a visit in
A. Ennla, are visiting In Macon Baltimore and New York
t where Mn Bruce Ennla and children
have been for several weeki. Mn. Harry D. Wolfe I* attendIng -
the New York World' Fair.

Mr. and Mn. Ceo. N. Wakefield
Albert Tlmmont returned to
and children, Barbara Jean and
Homestead Tuesday after a stay
Norton returned Sunday from
of several month
In Jacksonville.
vacation In Daytona Beach. Mr.

Wakefield also attended the agricultural Mr. and Mr*. Robert Reely and assure wI

teachen' short course Infant son, left Sunday for theirhome
summer school at Camp O'Leno
tn Orlando, after visit R
a .,
at High Springs, and the agricultural I
with Mn. Reely'i parent, Mr
i teachen' conference at Day and Mn. C. H. SteffanL

tona. Mr. and M.... J. L. Hlckson have

i Jfla Eleanor Kenderick hat returned a* their guest, Mn. Hlckaon'i
; to her home In Laveme, brother and ilster-ln-law, Mr. and
Ala, after a visit of several months Mn. Dan Smith, of SI Louis, and
with her brother-in-law and sis- their daughter, Mill Peggy. The 1
ter, Mr, and Mn. W. B. Mill.
: entire group left Wednesday for a Harry son nett, one'of "orldl' Important growers of tong trees looks with Interest at the fruit of the tung tree! I
Mr. I visit of several day with Mrs O. planted at the Fair, and (rlllht) Carter L Carnesle, proxy 0'the General' Tung Oil Group of Gainesville. Florida.
( and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott r. nay in Lake Worth. and Now York, plays host to Mr. alnnltt. Mr. Carnegie sponsored the planting 0' the tung tree It the Fair te I
and children, Dora, Dick
and Billy, I show visitors of other states the progress ''n the development' of the new Industry In Florida (In picture 011I i
e returned Tuesday from a trip to Mr and Mn. L. W. Summerlln right) The University Florida .t Gainesville demonstrates Its work In tree research at the Florida exhibit '
Pittsburgh Ridgecrest, Charlotteand I Mn. Vera Summerlln and Mn. The exhibit commands the attention of students and professors schools and colleges throughout the country, J
point in Iowa.MI'I. Harold Bishop and daughter, Miss,

of ,._,..._
all arrived
Kay Daytona, Wednesday I Mn. --- ""'- -
Sylvia Atkina' brother The Palm Hotel on Palm avenue -
Fuch returned for a visit with Mr. and
Tuesday Enrico Rousseau, flew over from FLORIDA CITYBy 1* being redecorated. Th
from w
a vacation In lien. Mrs. G. A. West
dertpnvllle.H. Havana to spend the week-end Mrs W. W. Sever painting I Ia being done by Robert
here with her. Capllnger.Mn. .
Dr. and Mn. C. H. Denby and I S

K. Foulk and ton, John have IOn John, and Mr. and Mr B. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hickson and The Helping Hand Society held Wm. -Brook spent the '.
returned from O. will an all-day meeting at the home of
leave for
a vacation InI Dye, Saturday a
their daughter, Miss Ann, and son, week-end visiting her daughter, :
:Raleigh and Fayetteville, N. c. trip to point In Michigan Canada Mrs. Blanche Chapman on Wed +y
Blair, left yesterday to attend the Mn. Roxie Newcomber, of Miami.
and New nesday.Mr.
Hampshire and graduation of another son, Joe, Jr., ,
A. E. Dames returned last week stop in Niagra Fall. While away Mr. and Mn. Tom Cohernour '
Crom Alabama Institute

from California where he bal'I I Dr. Denby will take post graduate at Auburn where he will receive and Mrs. Lawrence Becker and family moved from Homestead -
are on their home from Oklahoma
been for the work. way
I past two month to the Cohernour house
I a B. A. degree In mechanical where they spent the sum on
engineering.Mr. 11th street Monday.
Mn. Carrie McCullough and Sam Davis was returned to his mer.

a aont Junior and Ralph, returned home Friday from the Victoria and Mn. E. W. Booth had 1 Mn. R. Matson; Is spending this Alcnzo Lewis, Harry Degler and
.. Sunday from a visit with Mn. I hospital, where lie underwent a as guests on Monday, Dr. Hercell week visiting her son-in-law and W. W. Severy spent Wednesdayon
McCullough' _.In-la. and ,major stomach operation severalweeks Smith of Amerlcus, Ga. Mn. Ella daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny the Key
daughter Mr. and Mn. Wm. Kennedy ago. Coal and Mn. Ida Hester, both of Becker.. 1;
In New York city. :: Fort Lauderdale, and Mrs. Henry Mrs. C. O. Nelson has written .;
Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick had Mile Isabel Becker of Miami that she will remain in Indiana ..
Anderson and children, Xlda Fay ,
Mr. a* a week-end guest, her college I II month at her homo for mother ',',
and Mr*. L W Wilson left and Barry, all of Wllliaton, Fla. spending a two weeks before returning -
Wednesday for their home In roommate, Mia Katherine Lowe, hen. south. l''
I Grand Rapid after spending six of Key West. D. R. and his twin
; Snyder sons Eddie Silverman of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schroeder :.0
months with their son and daughterinlaw The Rev. Harley; R. Core I* In returned last week from a vacation Beach visited his mother, Mrs. M. are entertaining their niece and

Wilson, In, Homestead.Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Jackson Memorial hospital wherehe spent In Irwin, Term. Silverman on Sunday.J. her husband from Hobe Sound.

underwent an operation a week
Mr. and Mr*. F. D. Mock have A. Severy spent several days Mrs. Boyd Cohernour and Miss
kin. D. P. Harknea left Wednesday ago.Mr. a* a guest" Mrs. Mock's sister, this week visiting Mr. 'and Mn.C. Kathleen Freeman returned on
tat a ylit to Ohio, Indiana and Mrs.: S. J. Lynch are Mile Ruby Bullard,. of Edison,' W. Severy in Miami. Thursday from a month's vacation.
t J and California. visiting relatives In San Antonio. Ga. .

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Friday, August 18, 1939 TIlE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Seven

DIAMONDBALL j WORLD'S FAIR, HERE WE C031E !rI obtained by addressing communication )

to P. O. Box (43.

: ? we The Dixie DivUion w" earn* !
t .+ posed of men from PlarUa, Ala .'

. '(Continued >from Page Three) bama and Georgia. The tint reunion \!

of the association will beheld
tabs rat horns nqt. L'' Hdlis.I ill June
Cars: dotbis" pore. :tJI. 1940 at Jacksonville
Moor to Slmmoiu WHUnp to C Stil Charters will be open for a month.
' llran to Hhrard| trh>h. par K. Sullivan I IS Veteran organization/ have bern
to Saaranll bees MI r14-offs DM. I. M.
:Moor 1i Cavwi It atrwk out by DNA 2 requested to send to headquarter
Cite. bits aH 6 .. It In I 14 Innlnn: of
names those who served with
,off t M. Moon ( l.t InnliHtai "'Inw
,......... lieu; raiplna, kUKajr and Sfai the division. John B. William
'somI t is president of the association and

. Missed AI a 11111'0 A II Dr. P. L. Dodge Is secretary.HOMESTEAD .
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1. Cradntt rt 4 a.agb. turned over to Mils Eunice
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who the girls record books.
..... gave
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books, and wastepaper baskets

ilSS!., ,_, ,. ? ...V e .HPp. .A >1 i iw were completed.

O Barrow Canpb-ll.16 ....::?..4 I t r : : : i t } I The hOMtenwj, Virginia Kelly

Smith bb _". 1 and Warrens Severy, gave a demonstration .
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Meola h. pd.---I on dishwashing and
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.1 This: comely drum major with her color guard will head the Miami Boys' Drum and

...Innings. Mtml ....... .I.1 5. .1 .. .I .T .0 p I Bugle Corps, 112 strong, when they lead the Florida Press tour to the New York World'sFair DR.M.A.BERGERDentist

H..... ...._...0 0 10 1 for "Florida Week." Many prominent business and political leaders of the state

Tao ha.. Ala, C. W Carter Andaromi'I t are planning to Join the press party which leaves Jacksonville August 26.

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Breaker AB R BH PO A K .
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Osteopathic Physician W. D. HORNE] CO./ Inc.

Phone 39Homestead


.Phone 507-1 Frank L Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla.
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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday August 18 1939

1.1 . Social Events in South Dade . .

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EPISCOPALIANS HAVE Ing of the cloas plans were made B. P. W. C. MEMBERS ATTEND Ellen Vann, Miss Effie Mae Wa
PICNIC AT MIAMI BEACH fora party to be given in Sep- The Calendar MIAMI CLUB MEETING ten, Miss Lucille Wait, Miss Jull ]
A picnic and swim at Surfslde tember. ppr.wpprep.x.xxp.px..prwnrwr.pmur Seven members of tho Homestead Frances Sullivan, Miss Mabel Ruth
Park at Miami Beach Wednesday Those present were: Mn. Geo. Aug. 21.-Meeting of B. P. W. C. Business and Professional Pope Joe and Jud Piche, Willa
afternoon and evening was enJoyed Barnes, Mn. Henry Olsen, Mrs. Aug. 21-Social meeting of Women's Club attended a meetingof Barnes, Herbert Calahan '
1 Dexter Horne, Mn J. the Miami Business and Professional William and Jack
{ by member of the St. John's Paul, Mrs Aug. 23.-card party of B. P. GrenneU.
Episcopal Church and their Lee Smith, Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs W. C. In Hospitality House. Women's Club Monday Michael Jay and Harvey NewtoBenu
friendi. Clifford Campbell. Mn. A. A. Bus- Au25.Meetng of Study night when Mrs. Lula Rogers, and Joe Byrum, Orval ,
After leaving the church for an sey Mn. Sam Alexander. Mn. Class with Miss Jennie Lobdell at president of the Miami club, gavea win and Allan Pope.
unknown destination, the group Pete Morgan, Mn. Harry Schau- 3 o'clock.Junior report of the biennial conven-
topped at the Riviera Nurseries berger Mrs. V. M. Grennell Jr.. Woman's Club. tion in Kansas City which she attended JACKIE POLK HONORED
and were directed by tile leader, Mn. Laban Bishop Mrs. James Aug. 2*.-Meeting of Jennie as a delegate. Members of ON HIS SIXTH BIRTHDAY
the Rev. R. r. Blackford to the Roberts, Mrs. Floy Watson, Mrs. Lobdell Circle: at home of Mrs. R. the other B. P. W. C. clubs In the In honor of his sixth birthday
H Mrs. W. W. Allen district were special guests.
C. Denby. 1. Elliott
beach, where swimming was enjoyed anniversary Jackie Polk was given,
and a picnic cupper terved. and Mrs. Earl Cravey. Mrs. Goadon Sept. 1.-Covered dish luncheonof The Homestead memben who a party Saturday afternoon by hi*
Ivey sent a gift Episcopal Auxiliary with Mra attended were: Mrs. B. A. Wal- ''
Included In the party;: were: the mother Mn. Jack Polk. Games'
..- W. R. Bird at 12:30.: din, Mn. Clue Stewart, Mrs. FloraD.
Rev. and Mrs. R. r. Blackford were played on the lawn. I
Mr. and Mr*. Frank StiUmaa. Dr. W. M. S. HOLDS Sept. J.Business meeting of W. Myers, Mrs. Lloyd Diets, Mrs. The favor were toy and baM
and Mn. Frank Hausman Mr*. R.B. AUGUST MEETINGAt M. S. Chas. Clinton, Mn. Roy Chandler I toons. The birthday caD was
Brown, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, the August meeting of the Sept. 41-Meeting of W. M. U. and Miss Ann Lea. decorated in pink and green. 1

Mrs. J. A. Hooks, Mm. W. E. W. M. S. circles Tuesday after- Circles. Children present were: Laurel
Bheney, Mn. Virginia Walton noon In the Homestead Methodist Sept 7.-Meeting of Presbyterian MRS. PLUMMER SURPRISED Walker, Carol Hardee, William
Mn. Joe Hall, Mini Louie Long Church, the Pearl Davis Circle Auxiliary In manse. BY FRIENDS ON BIRTHDAY Craotham Billy Allan, Emmr'Jane
Fitzpatrick Miss Ellen Huff, Miss had charge of the program. Mn. Sept 22.-Meeting of Redlend Mn. C. Ben Plummer waa givena Rives and Jane Thurman.
Virginia Frick, Miss Alta Webster Geo. Ranson conducted the devotionals Home Demonstration Club. surprise birthday party August Grown-up guests included: Mra,
Miss Wava Horton, Miss and after the society 9 at her home by a group of Green Rives Mrs. H. G. Thurmar
Frances Lamb, Miss Mary Ther- had recited the twenty-third MR. AND MRS. ROBERT REELY: friends. Various games were en- and Mn. Given Victor.
kildson, Miss Virginia Hall Miss psalm, Mn. Ranson read the Indian ARE HONORED AT PARTY joyed during the evening.
i Betty Brown. Geo. N. Wakefield version of this psalm. Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stef- Those present: Mr. and Mn. J. MISS VANN HOSTESSAT
Allan Hailing, Hugh Johnston, J. Richards of the Marlon fanl gave a bridge party at their W. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trot- INFORMAL PARTY
John Huffine, Suzanne, Rebecca Pleltas Circle conducted a contest home Friday evening In honor of ter, Mr. and Mrs. Perrin Blake Miss Alta Vann was hostess,
e .and Bobby Brown, Anne Rheney, The Motile Wlngate Circle served their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hickson, Mn. an Informal party Monday night'
Ardel Parman Barbara Miller cakes. J. A. Ricks, Mrs. T. L. Hodges, the ''
punch and cup Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reely, of Or- at the home of her parents Mr,
Jean and Martha Ann Lindsey, The next meeting, it was announced lando. The high score prizes were Rev Geo. Ricks and Mr. and Mrs. and Mn. J. Tom Vann, on N. W,
Margaret and Betty SUllman, Patricia -, will be a business _Ion I won by Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hind- Plummer. Fifth street.After
Walton, Norman Wakefield on Sept 8. man; low score prizes, by Mn. A. Chinese checkers and plj
Dickie Huff Rufus Aihby Tommy Those present were: Mrs. J. A. F. Arthur and Dr. Frank Hausman; a T. P. U. ENIOTSPROGRESSIVE had been played, dancing was enJoyed
Harris, Q. Lowe, Stanley and GUI McNeill, Mra. Casper Williams,i and a floating prize by Mn. Paul / DINNER at the Homestead Country
Jenner, Howard Lamb and frank Mrs. Florence Pacetti, Mn. C. D. Club.
Reynolds. Guest prizes were A progressive dinner was held
Hausman.MR. Eakers, Mn. Bessie Showalter given to Mr. and Mn. Reely. I by the memben of the B. Y. P. U. The guests were: Mn. Wayne
Mn. J. O. Murphy MIT. Robert Present also were: Mr. and of the Flnt Baptist church Tuesday Adams, Misses Myrtle, Anna and
AND MRS. ANDERSON Glenn, Mn. Ranson, Mrs. Rich- Moon Miss Louie FitzPatrick
Mn. Wm. J. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. evening. Cocktails were Mary Long
GIVE WIENER ROASTMr. ards, Mrs. Wingate, Miss Jennie i Miss Ellen Vann, John
George Frick, Mr. and Mn Frank served at the home of Mr. and MmJ.
and Mn. C. T. Anderson I Lobdell and Miss Helen Living Webb Mn. Hausman, Mn. M. D. R. Pope; the main course, at the Huffine, Harry Brown and Job
gave a wiener and manhmallow I ston. Jacobsen, Miss Ellen Huff, Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom Fredrick
road at their home Saturday eve Arthur Mr. Reynolds and Mr. Vann; a salad course at the home
ning. JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB I Proctor of Jacksonville.Mr. of Mr. and Mn.Wm McMichael, J. C. Vann won the high i a
The guest were: Mr. and Mn i TO HOLD SOCIAL MONDAY i and a dessert, at the Homestead prize at the-'bridge' party of Ua
Robert Lance, Mr. and Mr*. Tom The Junior Woman's Club social school grounds. : Business and Professional Women')
and Mn. C. H. Steffanl and
Brantley Mr and Jesse Un meeting will be held Monday Club held in Hospitality Hou
I Later games were enjoyed at
::: Mn. Robert
I Mr. and Reely
derwood: Mr. and :Roy Lowe, night at the Cozy Diner. Mrs. Lillian -I wen the school grounds. I Wednesday evening. Mrs. a.
of Mri. Florence
Mn. Gladya Underwood, Miss Connelly who directed the dinner guests Those present were: Misses Oldendorf won second prize. An4,
and Ruth Steffanl
Kercado Mist
BUlle Davit, Miss Eleanor Murray .II cabaret last year, will talk on the Annabel and Teresa Redd Miss I II other party will be held
Miss Birtle LoU Mathla. Miss plane for a cabaret this year All on August 10. j Louise Barnes Miss Thera Cala- Wednesday nexij'/'

Maria Mathla, Misses Frances and i members are urged to attend and I han, Miss Goldia Grennell, Miss (Continued on Pale Mine /tp
Margaret Cohen Misses Either Inform the hostesses, Mrs. !. A. Mrs. C. E. Elchtnberger and her
and Namol Home, Mlaa Evelyn : Buchanan, Mn. R. E. Sherard orMiss sister, Mrs. Georgia Walker were:
Chambers Miss Joyce Hllllard, Pearl Whltaker, by Saturday luncheon guests of Mn. D. E. I ,
Miss Margaret Hilson, Miss Kathleen noon if they are to attend. Bashor Monday.
Campbell, Miss Ethel Anderson THEDIXIE
Tommy Catoe, Joe and Ben

Benson Brantley, William Bernice Chambers Sullivan, C.and T. I DRAPERY REMNANTS IN 'I

Henry Hicks. DRUG

MISS JOYCE MILLIARD I TapestriesBrocades

Miss Joyce Hilliard was honoredon HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
her twentieth birthday anniversary -
II Phones 10 and 1H
Friday with a party given
by her sister Miss Claudine Hitllard I
at the home of their parents,
Mr. ,Md Mra. J. B. Hlllkrd. at
Princeton. Satins

Those present were: Mr. and

q Mn. Robert Lance, Mr. and Mn LLP&VP5YC -
Harry C. Platt, Mr. and Mn. Clay
ton Underwood Mill Evelyn Veloursas

Chambers, Miss Birtle Lois Mathls,
Miss Frances Cohen Miss Mar- .. 8 oz. Bottle Rexall I I
jorie Campbell, Mill Ethel Anderson
Miss Thelma McLehdon low .REAMSoot4iXPCV0U.
as $1.00 a piece '
Wm. Chambers,, Robert Smith ''I!. I
Harry Wright, Lloyd Cash, Curtis .*, R.", '
Anderson and Ben Benson. .1UI6"po'-7'*.'*.: '.50
Purchased from of highest
one our '''....
MRS. NORWOOD CARTER /.1)1\ Ihterior rsKEb ttubk (se i.nj t 'm
class decorators. '
Mn. Norwood> Carter waa hon Firstald, Cotton 9)" .
ored by the Cleaners Class at a A FMA i "00r

miscellaneous shower given at the 'a
home of Mra. AMa Campbell $10.00

Tuesday by members of the Gleaners f'
: Class of the First Baptist f Jar GypsY 80 6a f/e

joint Church.hostess.Mra. O. H. Hitch was ALSO PURCHASED WITH THIS LOT SunTan Cream E YE Loro

+ During i short business meet- Items

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Be sure that your eyes are aa, larva tubeRfiXEMC
good aa year brakea-hare them

I tested at least once each year, CREAM VISIT
Priced from 88c SKIN
DR. F. P. L..sts to


Consulting Optometrists FOUNTAIN

W4 W. Flatter St.. MlaaaL Via.ckool F aymus pay'sKM Year aatlstaeli.w C YOUR DOCTOR KNOWS

t/q ..a.- Gonad le the geed et --. ) we will 6U your pre.
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.. August 18,.1933 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine

the salad material several hours Mrs. Logan art sponsors of the

ELECTRIC SERVICE WITH SAFETY beforehand, pack well and cLUL I leagu The group will be taken

I. 1 Then the marinating mixture to the beach on a truck owned by
Tale' I. .". A I ""al .f ertlolca .rwpared by' the ,"t....
.Care of Electrical Appliancei. a.e seal AII.U." .f Bleatrleal "...... _t. '''..u.% penetrates through and through Mn Virginia Walton.
see Mf.tIn the me *f electricity. In 11__ the salad and softens meat fibers

Sometime we hear of electrical automatically turn off the current Electric motor ot washing machine If it b a meat aalad Lettuce (

appliances, particularly flatirons. when the Iron gets too hot. From are usually well Insulated, leaves and salad garnishes are not American boy Magazine
"which have beta In constant u* for the fir* hazard point ot view. automatic but getting a motor wet nay reduce marinated however because they Thousands
many rear At with most ether mar Iron are later than the non-. Its Insulation qualities. The cord I* would lose their crispnea I Companion to
chandls. there are difference In automatic type.. the more likely to become defective. -
For potato salad marinate hot I
!quality of electrical appliance. the In general electrical appliance Only Underwriters' labeled ranker-, Hundreds ot thousands of boys
;$ast ones listing longer than those sheathed cords ot good quality slices potatoes with French dressing -
tot interior workmanship aDd material should be used on "..bIDIIII.cl1ln.. containing chopped onion. or and young men read THE AMERI-
*. TIle useful lit* ot aU ot them and these should lie replaced when with a hot cooked salad dressing. CAN Magazine every month and
cu lie prolonged by reasonable care they become worn Chill and serve Small left-over consider It more at a living com-

la. handling and Inspection front d a e The surest way to safeguard portions of cooked carrots, beets panion than as a magaiine
Urn to Urn will help to keep them against shock from
Insulation break much
.trtn,.beans, peas .and cooked "n' as a buddy to m* as
at down
1 la".lblallDlcht..11 to have write
neighborhood chum
It seems hardly necessary to warn an electrician connect a special wire cabbage can be combined and my
against leaving electric between the tram ot the washer marinated for a hearty vegetable one high school senior 'THE

fcoanected to the circuit, bUro..I' and a water pip, and to take ear salad Possibly a few crisp raw AMERICAN BOY seems to understand
Seated flatirons bar been e. to see that the wire does not become salad vegetable may be added at a boy's problems and considers -
ill* for more Ant than any other broken and that connections at each serving time them In such a sympatheticand
electric appliance. Moat .( that end remain secure with such connection helpful It gives advice
Urea occur when the operator has any failure ot Insulation The ordinary cooked dressing way
left home without disconnecting the e which might create a dangerous eon for cold slaw. I II a marinade, and entertaining reading on every
Iran. When Iron are connected to dttlon will Immediately. be Indicated poured over raw shredded cabbage subject In which a young fellow ti
sockets ot pendent cords Mid areotrolled by the blowing of the fuse... Interested It la particularly helpful
by switches the sockets A* a secondary precaution It Is A good marinade tor chicken In sports. I made our school

or by wall switches. there may be advisable to connect the washer to salad It a mixture of vinegar or basketball team because of playing *
no Indication to show when too current a convenience outlet la the wall Up read In TUB AMERI-
lion or off and onetime rather than to a pendent socket, and lemon juice and chicken fat "
when one-thlnks bo-If.turning the the outlet should bar a eorer flat Meat salads are better If marinated : CAN BOY.
Iron off he really:turns it I.: The. of Insulating material A wait outlet Beef Vinaigrette Is a Creole Many famous athletes In all
way to make sure that an Iron I* otla can be controlled by a wall switch dish made by marinating lean sports credit much of their successto
to disconnect the cord. Red bull* which I* the most convenient and soup meet cut Into cubes helpful suggestions received
eye lamps built In conjunctlonrwlth OJ safest arrangement. Where washing Trench dressing with onion from sports articles carried laTHE
or a
switches available and are machine would otherwise be '
wall are Weeding machines mint ases ke seed
effective safeguards against leaving Wood In the vicinity cf water-"t.. on earth, a raised wooden platform : trace of garlic Is the marinade AMERICAN BOY Magazine
Irons or other appliances connected postal precautions. are advisable.. Con.vcnlon.o large enough to take both the ma- I generally used.SOCIAL. Virtually every Issue offers advice
So long a* the red light shows, the preferred cutlets to with pendent Insulating eerdi.Mvcreare Metal chin and the operator In additionto I ..n .. from a famous coach or player
'I/PUIDcell connected to the circuit. Packets. II chew here should not ee the protective grounding' wire, EVENTS Football basketball track tent
Appliances, especially flatlrou, Wood: In this leeatlcn.abonld I constitute a double satetuard.Sometime nis. In every major sport U
should be connected to convenience I *)when vaotum cleaners ."MNNHNNL.NMM.NMYNMN.NHNN.N
covered In fiction and fact articles
outlets In the wall rather than to not be used close to water or are run against steam radiator o' (Continued from Page Eight)
lamp socket. Pendants are usually In damp place but this cannot be touch some other metal which make FRANKLIY GBEEX WEDS: Teachers, librarian, parent
declined for supplying lamp bulbs avoided In some cases. particularly electrical cobtact with the gro n4. MRS. TIIELMA DANZEY and leaden of boy clubs also
only and the pendent win are uio- In the ease of electric washing sparks occur and a fus blow out. recommend THE AMERICANBOY
ally of too small capacity to properly machine. These machines mual This Is aa Indication that InsolationIs Mn. Thelma Dame) and Franklin enthusiastically They have

supply appliances This Is especially necessarily. be used around water defectlvo -J some point It I* Green were married Wednesday found that as a general rule regular -
true ot the wires a.o4la tiring pipes and are sometimes used on likely tna the) card has worn out morning In the Dade County-
and dining-room futures. damp earth. For these reasons where It tutor the cleaner,and a court house at Miami. readen of THE AMERICANBOY
The newer type ot automatic pedal precautions should b* employed wire I* touching the metal caa. A The couple will live on West advance more rapidly and
:flatirons bar mechanisms which : In their ui*. prompt repair 1* dvisible. develop more worthwhile characteristics .
Mowry street with Mr*. Green'smother
than do boys who do
not read itTrained
Green hat churn of the
ON MONDAYS ? writers and artist,
servicing of can at a local tilling .
Hints toHousewives station famous coaches and athletes, explorer

t Asks Katharine) Fisher *, scientist and men sue-
SPONSORS TO ENTERTAIN rensful In business and Industry

HIGH LEAGUE TODAY Join with an experienced staff to
1 Dir ttHi Good H..4"ping Iniuimt
i Mn B. M. Hindman and Mrs produce In THE AMERICAN

A. M. Logan will entertain the BOY the sort of reading matter

MMMMMMNNNMMNMMHNI...........-..-, members of the Homestead High boys like best
There was a time when wash day was called Blue Monday- with
League with watermelon
+ (rood reason It meant getting up at dawn to build I the fire, putting the MARINATING GIVES ZEST a cut- on
f>(II 1 boiler on, wringing:I i out the clothe that had been soaking I overnight, and TO COOL SUMMER FOODS ting and swim at Miami Beach this moat newsstands at 13c a copy
1 otherwise getting an early the wash would b* out on the line afternoon Mrs Hindman andes Subscription prices are $150 for
:' by noon Neighbors vied brt'b other to see who would finish first. The problem of meal planningIn one year or $3.00 for three yean
summer Ume U one of serving rates SOc
It was a slow and laborious job a Job for a Cinderella Breakfast wasa dishes that look and are cool and Foreign a year extra.
hurried meal lunch a sketchy pickup. Th home looked after Itself and To subscribe simply send your
that taste good without being richor address and remittance direct .
the family felt forlorn and n'Klected.I" name,
highly seasoned Acid flavors QF to THE AMERICAN BOY,
Today the'magic of modern equipment has eliminated are the answer. One way of providing 7430 Second Blvd.. Detroit, Michigan -
this once-a-week drudgvry There I* no stove to them I I. to urn marinating
stoke, no overnight soaking or boiling of clothes, no mixtures for soma of the summer t; ,
washboard scrubbing The electric washing machine
:16<.0' ; whisks tile clothes clean so quickly that It Is a simple! salads used In main dishes. A ..
# \ matter to wash a load or two. Not on Monday alone, marinade may be a sour fruit + ,

-j I but on any other day that items convenient. Juice, usually lemon, or vinegar DR. R. S. AKERS
our cream or tomato Juice It
Yet I am sure that In many home Blue Monday
Is still observed with the same fashioned fervor. may be used alone or in a French DENTISTOffice
; Clothe are allowed to pile op all week for this one dressing The trick about marinating
day When It arrives the family la warned to VII hot I is to mix the dressing and proe" I Hearst I a. m. U S p. .
1\;\ I water sparingly Every effort Is mad to, stretch the .
Sundays t to 11
'''1 hot-water supply so that the week* washing caaunuaiM .e too ewa "sto tags-* rstsJloir
IIMM done) In ont forenoon. Two or sometime three loads ofOirtau tee. Closed Saturdays
sire, I a** ejlveafWkM a
., clothes ar often put through the same suds and rlni6 GLASSESTo
Good iaM>/>f Ing water.The result I lethal they are not really washed Peiaaaenl Mew, W. Free Parking Space
lumixe clean.Let's e aeTsshandUaaetkoaikmtTe4
I Enjoy| a ... W* Minium.1BlMltoa 174 N.'W. IfTII ST. MIAMI
throw wash day traditions overboard Your grandmother and
nine had to do alt, their washing on Monday. Just a* they did all their AccurateYlSioa Thcmlqae Croqalgn I'Jlul'c1 -tin
.. baking on Saturday It was work to build up a rousing lire and keep It WavesLas,5
going,-They- had- tao make full uw of It. Bat' those days are gone Let -
jl j them got MuiMe Tina MarlMlle Cw:
> UMnuce's '1

Why not do a small washing dally. or two or three time a week I
whenever It Is convenient? If you plan the week work ahead ) BeAUTY IF IT'S
find It easy to arrange' washing hour that will not upset the family ft PARLOR
your household routine. You will find you can wash and rinse the clothes
nor thoroughly In the way yon because your hot-water Seed vble inetM *eJ heeba, ..-.. McOwv Atr l.-tllM all....
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supply will not b* so *v.rtaxd. You water for each load. Meter comment el kfe, fades 0.-0._ .
Beiides, you will not be overtaxing yourself on any one day of the weak fefrees In year west, Aet awl rk oe.w
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CHURCH 10 .. a. ptaarking ssnlr" ua rIN' third 4 4929 I i
ad tlflll .ua"'"" at II .. IL and lIt p.. a I Shows at IV.m-p1n.

BOMMTIAD-Dr }. S 10'''''_ ,
Mr.tor 1 Admission I o-tte FOR RENTFOR
Soady aakool at 0'41 a. n : praack- 'RINCITOJIt- R.. I. It Walter.pastor .
/nsatilaa.and7 SO p. : B: V. t Vat : prvacbing at a a a.; sued"sskd I Matinee Saturday, Sundays I MISCELLANEOUS .

S:to .p.. m. Frarrr arrrlera WrdiaMlayattiM a letFLORIDA and Holidays I p. m. RENT- furnished apartment 1
.... Noah rrtrnaa, -Tkr ass. 0. O. Nelson. Chima .
paa.tor parlor Sun. Mon., A.... It II Bedroom living room dinette. .
this It have arthritis
intoy aohaol at lea praaehlaa rtkool at IS a. at, proarkh at 7.10 p at year you ,
M U m. m. and TW p. w..; :"t. P. U. aso"day Midweek prajnm ... Bible study Wrdnr "GOOD GIRLS bath; daybed In living room. rheumatism, constipation, acid I
.. pray" ....... at 7 to P. a. day at 1aaREDLANS .
$ I GO TO PARIS"with Plenty of closet xpace Reasonable stomach, heart trouble, asthma,

Mr*. C. O.COMMUNITY Nelson, parlor(BrarBThe Ckurck- rent Eva Cblllns) Biscaynedrive Indigestion, stomach ulcers, catarrh :

CATHOLIC Bellow al lei| pnarklni at 11: Kpwank JOAN BLONDELLMELVYN and Federal Highway I or any other ailment, :
League at S.SO. Midweek prarm end com to gorgeous N. C. this turn
CHUBCB OF Tell SACRED BARTB BlbU study Thursday at 1.10.PRESBTnBIAN'tU1JILCH. DOUGLAS FOR RENT-Smal cottage; turnlihed .l
a* Itoooad arrnua. Moamuadi UM IurS mar Write Mgr. Sun & Diet :
In good repair Mrs C.
James CIoooo. pawn Sunday ;
me" a
Health Resort Rt. No. 1 Box 1ST
.. at: work day aunt at tut dally TIMS., Wed. A.... 22. SIMoonlight F Compton, 118 N. W. Fourth 1 ,
sandy orbital Buaday High Point N. C.
folkmlns S arlock ,
mass Comaiankm for woman the tint HOMBKTBAD;.... nTrr.ua at N. Hth. Sonata"with street (l4It) I
stasis The .... M. RI k.. .....
Bunday af month for urn and ...,.. tar '1 RENT YOUR HOUSE furnished
mood Sunday of month. Holy how Tkorrday Blow, tcnool at IS ... a.: prrarklnc at 11 GOOD, cool, roomy apt. for rent. -
w... tint Friday of month. al t 41 a. at I raise paopto l matins .t t:M p. at' a PADEREWSIUThlln.o or unfurnished. I have year
tint Friday at Idea m. Private bath, reasonable rate.I
lisdldt.M the. Bltarrd .......... at... Auf Z*. -Mornlnf sermon Ask at Western Union. (mlTtf I 'round client Benjamin W.

Weak subject: "Missing Cod B Role Frl, A.... (4, It 1 Morris, registered real estate

of Honor" "CLOUDS FOR RENT-furnished bungalowwith broker, N. Krome ave, next to
fireplace, hot water new
FLORIDA CITY-Bnadwar and Slitkatrart. electric refrigerator and stove
Bandar ......... at S:41.. .. toe I' OLIVIER HOME laundry Mrs. Jtralgan
papllt means M yare of am earning I NOTICE 'I Fruit trees In yard. Inquire
session al 11 .'clock Wrdnarday orrnlniaarrlraa The sky rouarll will, .It aarh Monday 1 1I Star of "Wulherlnj Heights"and Leader-Enterprise 820 S. Krome Ave.
which lacludr testimonials of .hraUIni ermine In the month
and "aaporwaari and remarks Cbrla.tlaa I until 10 o'clock, fiHr:1 .
Belraor. I p. at Tka, pukllt h oordlally It. IMS ar board of RALPH RICHARDSON FOR RENT-Connecting rooms in earn a worthwhile
malted to attend.CHURCH aamplalnta oa the lost tai roll Any ... business section. Bargain to salary and improve) your
having a aomplalnt to r kmrt la a krd
OF CHRIST or present at oar of ...... meetings Sat, Auf U right commercial firm or tenant present business by taking theCOUI'lt
band same to alb rlrrkR .1 in dietetics either
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office desk
seeking or
i B. EDWARD1. City Clark." "Thundering West" space
flOMUTIAD-Flr. avenue sad N. W. (Am 11. IS, SS. Address C S., care Leader-En resident student or correspondence .
til Ik stn .. bible....., at 10 .. CHARLES STARRETT
m: torn
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For details
Munloa. faUomblp aadvrrarklna dt I ................................................ terprise. writ Mgr.,
11 a. m. Martha Washington School of

CHURCH THE .2t '...................................... ...?...,,,,,, FOR SALE Dietetics, Rt. No.1. Box 187,
OF GOD High Point, N. C.

BOMK8TIAD-404 N. w. Pink rrnual 20 YEARS AGO
the K.r. Goo Q. Coplln paitor, Suadayaakool cooked foods-cakes. pies, salads, WANTEDTUTORING

Bud I.41 at p S.a at.::..Junior a.t prrarhlnc Y. P. at T.:.rklldrrn II. m i.. : . . ... ..10.. . slaw, etc.,-at Hospitality House,

nMTtltuj at I In panoaaia. Pram Hart.Ini + d lytl MMot/M 17 W. Mowry street. WANTED high
I a. at Wrdnoidar ,I ( I wRL (Continued From Page Four) school and grade school subject
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I IBObllSTIAO littered at the Homestead Hotel on Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A B,
I wastes and gas. try
-Th. .... W. J. Parker.' IM Wednesday OVRHAUL.. Takes only 30 minutes Plummer drive and Country
aaatar.. Buaday ..- al S 4S .. la"I f? a1 r t 'The road contractors are now Club road.CLEAN .
to Install oil and
rnaekln at 11 a. a. and 1Hp.ni saves gas
M. Y. P, .. and Junior martin at Sift 1 within a mile and a half of the up to 80%, increase compression

fist po..F Prayw M. laaatlns Wednesday ....1.. Aft wta Monroe County line and the workIs and speed. Cost only $2.83. RAGS WANTED Win

t progressing rapidly! MonroeCounty exchange subscription advertising ..
P. O. Box 21S, Princeton. (pa25)
PtINCrrOH-Thr .... B. P. Onwraaaw ,
.. Buaday arhool at S 4S 1 proachlai a t has voted the road bonds, for clean rags. Leader
at Itial a. .a.. Test p ... oJ_ JACKSONVILLE'SLEADING but made no effort to sell them." FOR SALE: Tropical plants, citrus En terprbcJ.
raorUa at I:101 young proplrV w.rtms
at S:M Pry our PMrtlnc Wednesday al HOTEL County Commissioner E. D. V. tree and troplcas fruit la --

1104, P. .. Burr was In Homestead on Thursday season Jungle Grave, Redlao4 NOTICE, OP APPLICATION FOB TAI

EPISCOPAL c7oT pow bow"M% be.e. I on a business trip." road and Plummet driven N..... hi PRKD krrrhy-Ilvra PILB that Still(. O Unit

-"Levy Williams of Fort Pierce and Gladya S. I.lulr. hi. wtfa, boldara a.aailanoor .
.. SEE AND BUY at Shanklln Varie-
U.JT JOHN.* .. K.' s..aadusu. and SUMMER Ja..m'ti.Erwy of City of M ami Tai Cartlff.alar .
.....ralt nrrrt. HoawrtMifi the R...R. r COMFORT and Miss Anita Arnold were mar. ty Grove, West Florida City. Nurabrrrid 4471. 5aa0 and filet datrdUM
Blackford. raetor Holy roasaionba at .ace with w dIs.w tied in MI.mll.at Monday." 7tf 4tk day of July. A. D. INS, bass t.....
I'M a. ..| Bandy school at Sal; am. 9.a Boom I (* ) will Orrttriralai In ray .,11... and bat
la* prey* at 11. t.aw d fa.4a had9,11,11,bad -"The. contract was let by Dr. made application, for tax dad V ".*
sub move and Tower to Contractor Webster on FOR SALE-Home on two lots In thrrron, In arrordtara with law Bald OnUflrataa .
METHODISTBOMMTIADTkr ley. oama9Muamaa.wy aaaP01UM1 Florida City. Corner on Eighth emblem, the. followtaf drwthvdomprrty
Saturday for the erection of the altuatrd In Dado County. florid.

.... J 1. kkhardipa PRICED J new building adjoining the pharmacy st and Dixie Highway Bargain ... !
>tor. Sunday ..haul.' ..41 t. a. COCKTAIL sad :. Apply J. M. Kllng Box 82 Deer- Lot .. slab I. PaMMloaa. Park Plat Bank..
LOUNGE I. ts la the
yeas blow at 11 a. m. and 7.M p. U. pan city of Miami County
Jlaalor Uaiuk at S.SO p. ai. : HI LratulI COFFEE SHOP I Councilman Loomis offered to field, Fla. j9-30) of 1).M. State of Pk.rl.la. aa _b....-.& .nCartiflrata
I U P. at. : Senior League at a:sg p. ... No 447) fh. mrMmint ..I
bet Joe
Prarrr martini at 7:10 p. ai. rdnrdaj. I Burton a plate of Ice aa rNEWT Hid property under the .." lorliricatrbauod
-4. L hold Oren cream that he couldn't get the fire I ... In tha same of U.h.....
SILVER PALM .Tho a... I. E. Wallrr. ......Mw.Cl.nw.-Nwl wills.%--A Lot S. Block S. Patrdrna Park. Plat Bat kI
paamr Sunday rthool arty, sunder at engine out of the city hall In two >ate W. In the City at Miami C4ninty o,
: minutes Joe promptly accepted G. BALLNOTARY I>..to. state of KlorMa. ai rmbnmd In C.,
:IIU.I. No. MM Ihr taorumriit of oaHproperty .
I and the two went over to the hall andrr the Mad Certificate k.u,4
I for the test Just as Mr. Loomis PUBLIC wo. In the name of Unknown.
YurFace looks Belfer And Feels BetterWhenvolIshaveWit. 1 Ut II. Bl-fk I. Paudrna T.rk Flat
pulled out his watch for time Joe Bonk a. In ills City of Mian,
.r1-.9. :
discovered there was a car right County: .. .. of Plorldr, a. mikrand
la Con"..... M" till The a.
In front of the Fire Insurance and
fire engine It
i mint af said pnippr under the raid
took him a little time to get the I 1 I I Crrtlflcata issued war Ic the. named U.

I car out of the but at that he Kindred Lines .own,
way i Union sold Crrtlflratal alma ka i'
had the engine started and on the I darned acconllng to Uw. tai dad will
Law Uwrotr oa thr. Seth. day af "...
I move when Mr. Loomis called A D. KM

Gi//ele time. As the car belonged to i IS N. Krome Are.Turner's Dad this. Eo slap this, fA July. A D. Hit.narJ""of"tlW .

I Mr. Bradley Joe and Fred went .it Nc..m.

over to the bank, and after matters I Dada County, Florida
(Circuit Court BralBy ,
I were explained to him Mr. M C. 8TFRRETT D c
Bradley cheerfully contributed a (Julr ts, AIM t, n. u, it, isii

Blade q .rter-thu. ending a contest In Funeral Home
At /2 Price winners which all" hands seemed to be M.IIJt AMBULANCE SERVICE NOTICE OP TAX APPLICATION DKRDCkaplar FOR

I7IIT-Artt .f IUIFna. "-1711
-"Lee Lehmnn I Ie repairing the Lady Attendant Notice M ha.... given, that La VrrBilmin .,.
"toad on Palm avenue and putting honW of State and County TnrOrrlHIcalr
4t"19 a.' Phone 864-R Homestead, Fla. No. 147 /loiiird the and day of
KJ i e..Olrt'.r RfeM it in good shape" (Florida City). ............. A. D 1M1 bar rll.. ..... lit
j l '. Lawrence Taylor and Fred --I II air ofl..". and h.. Basis .ppllralhia. for a
E'f'lird Raty .ilTxa flip j tai dad to br lulled Ihrrooa. Said Crrtlf.
i Make This Gillette : Robertson are working on the new nwi I ,... .", b.- the. following oVorrthrd prorMiy .
j I Tower building: In Homestead" Homestead's Oldest In .... County of Dada, SUM af Fmi
IJIA4 Fed Y antsy SAaeL.q i .
Id. to->H
;....'1 (Florida City). Barber Shop I Lot 14. Block It, Coraro Amt a Hr.ua.Plat ..
--"Quite. few of the young people Bo>k II, paa-r 17. la the Camp ft.

JL T70R? you men who want really { |afternoon went to ,the among Beach whom on were Thursday Mig-I II I D. L. BOWEN I the Dado.The raid State nnra.....lfltO'>mrnt of Plorida. baurd IId was property la the user gas,.

good-looking. comfortable i oft' Harry O. C 1.,...n. '
none Aldrich, Catherine Sheffield .........
shave at a big saving bora'sth ; Unless laid rrrtllkaM shall k* daroordlni
1 Harriett Latterner Pauline to law. the property drarrlhrdIferrrla
beat In ..... You
new can t will ka told the. hlihajt kM*,
and Irene Brown, babel Craw HAIRCUT ._ _. 100 V
stave with Gillette ? .
a genuine Blade I at the Court koura don oa the flr.1 Me.day
,..precision made to fit your razor LaMont Gr.wl. Chas Sheffield, SHAMPOO ?,: { 40eMASSAGE la the. month of aVpMnhar. IMS, wkwkla
Frank 40o the Itk day. of ......_. .....
exactly,. and pay only lOc for 41 I Sheffield George Martin, Dated thin find day. of Au.not. IMS.R. .
TIle new Thin Gillette |* mad of Chas Clinton, Mrs Carl Latterner,I COOL ANP M AMTARY B, LEATNKRMAM
ay-fiaxlng steel bard to Mrs. Brown and Mr. and Clerk of tlmM Court.
enough Mrs
rrel'" Expert and courteous ..erviee.I Dodo County, 'wrUaICImlt .
cut glaa.What's more It ha*edge* A. C. Craw also drove to the Court BM!
trial will be appreciated.
of an entirely now kind that standup (I beach" (Florida City) I A I By M Ib.tST mitit". D. c
(A',r I. II. 1 !". l..., _
for .!! shave
one after an -"C. H. Woodbury ele.rln..ndl
other. Buy a package of This planting ten acres of citrus from 1

Otltotte from your dealer today Ie A. Gale" (Redland).

and protect your face from smart to, 19, -"C. E. Jackson, wife and two I
and burn caused by miafit blade. EDWARD STILINGReal
children of Irvington, N. J.. are

|expected her Friday to visit his 1

i Thin G/ifrf / /.$ Art rrafwctf 1 brother R. T. Jackson."

Estate General Insurance
Jewfish are capable of changing

I color so as to blend with their

I Immediate background. A 300- NOTARY PUBLIC

Ile fie pound Jewfish on display at )"

ine Studios, Marlneland, "r-//
became totally blind and Cor. Palm Ave and Ave B Florida City, FlaFriday .

of this has turned completely

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Lakeland Au,. 1?.-Special) 15c lOc
Gradual expansion of the food
I ..f Ump plan recently Inauguratedby Gold Medal Kitchen Tested
f, I the federal government to WITH, $3.00 CASH ORDER ARMOUR'S
,'r distribute surplus commodities NEW
I' { Including citrus fruit, li planned FLOURIrish
'> during the next few month according

,'i the Florida to Information citrus received commissionfrom by Potatoes MILK 5 lb. bag ... .. .22c

4 .
Interest la shown In the 10 lb. bag .... .. .. 39c10lbs.
i; new plan by Florida citrus leaden

because of the effect it may have .. . .. .ISC 3 tall cans ... .. .1 II C 20 lb. bag ... .. .69c
r oa next aeajon'i government purchases -
.t! of oranges and irapefrult
Under this plan, needy famlllei Heinz | HeinzBaby Gerbhart't Cliquot Club
r. :, are furnished with blue stamps Pale or GoldenGinger

:1. with surplus grocery which atom commodity they Citrus can purchase at was regular designated any- Rice Flakes I FoodASSORTED I Chili Con Carne Ale

a surplus commodity until
,< July 15, and removed at that time PkgITC 2 3 Ig. bottles 25c
: from the list as Florida neared the 2 med. cans 19c PLUS DEPOSIT
'; end of ita shipping aeaaon.
Figures Just Issued by the government Gold Winner Leka Fresh Elberta Thompson
: show that In Rochester,
,t N. Y., for the period from May 16 PeeledApricots GeorgiaPEACHES Seedless
", to July 15,needy amlllea received Blackberries GRAPES
1123,000 worth of blue itampa. I
These used FOR PIES
were to purchase approximately r
147,000 pounds of 2 No. 2 4ibs. ...._.Z5c 3lbs. :l9c
i! butter, 155,000 dozen eggs, 118,000 2 tall cans .I.'c cans. If --
pounds of white and graham
flour,57,000 pounds of prunes, 80,.
(,) 000 pounds of: dry beans, 17,000 Ehlcr's Grade A RICH CREAMY
pounds of com meal, 5,700 boxes Sylvan.FarmsRoll lb.
Ii of oranges and 1,800 boxes of Vacuum PackCOFFEE SPRY31b.can..55c
grapefruit .
Government figures Indicate 24 Butter 29c
per cent of the surplus commodity
( damps were used for oranges andgrapefruit lb. .JUfc
,} A close study made ----
:f of sales In low, medium and upper
income areas In Rochester showed
Swift's / or wholePicnic lb.
'? orange purchases in low Income
l} stores increased SI per cent, cornI GRAPE JELLY
..' ::. pared with a decline of 27 percent Ham : -IIFEBUar
I !nlpper Income stores lc

_i These government percentages explained occurred,"at a period, the lib .. ,IfC FO"'..0:R
.: when citrus fruit sales were declining 7 to 8 lb. average I ICED TEA TUMBLER PROTECT N s 3 for ... 1ge
; near the end of the normal

,; marketing season Grapefruit Grain
sales were declining very materially Long
during the experimental' Fancy Western lb.
.)t period. However, sales in low income RICE51bs LUX FLAKES
I stores were materially'
I. '. higher than sales In upper income Veal Roast 29cSmall 19C URGE REGULAR.
atorea Sales of citrus fruits in ,
,;J intermediate Income stores showed '\) iI& 23C IOC
'; ; a greater proportional increase ?
1/, :\ than In low Income atorei" Standard
", :{ Sales promotional men of theI' I Spring lb. i _
.' citrus commission have been =
.. ;1 checking 11the various cities Peas CANS
where the experiment la in op OR RINSO I .
eration. They have reported a Lego'Lamb ZSc Corn 25C
I' noticeable extra push given surplus LARGE REGULAR
I commodities: by grocery storesin
their advertising and Other
23c 9c
ways, which may prove of much Gold Coin SlicedBacon j
I importance In helping to move a Target
larger volume of citrus and other

hat surplus received commodities.the approval The plan oft lb. 25c Corned BeefPercan..I6c TOILET
practically all outlets, and enables ,
", :). a grocer to receive the regular retail SOAP ,
r: price for his product while
eliminating competition previously ,Su3for.19c
.. encountered from distribution heavy Western Chuck a lb. I
of free commodities by welfare
r agencies. A substantial IncreaseIn Sunkist
::1 food sales hal been reported In Beef Roast GOLDEN E1PEBananas
j the trial cities, beyond the amount 'ZSc Bartlett Pears
'; represented by food stamps, and .
this la credited to aggressive merchandising

: advertising and llleat GEORGIA SMOKED Assorted No. 2Y2 can$5c
campaigns, aa well ai special dla-
plays. Cold Cuts 3 lbs. __ __ :12CDel
\ B CONS I Monte
The largest Great Manta Ray "
t ever to, be displayed, alive in captivity lb.141C Per Ib. .Z5c Vacuum Pack YellowCOFFEE
was recently placed In the I
Marine Studios oceararlumi at ONIONS
Marlneland, Fla. The monster Vjlaverbloont
Local Dressed lb.
had a wing-spread of lick feet Large ShippedEGGS lb nn--.Z7C 3lbs. ..:11C:
and weighed over 1,900 pounds ;

k I Roasters Fryers ) 35 C VAN CAMPS j

Tropical Cafe Per doz. .._25 C '

I doers swrth e* city fall Pork and Beans, No.2& can,2 for 19c .,
Tender Garden \

I HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA I Crisp lceherl'PEAS Chili Con Came, No. lean, 2 for 19c<<:
Regular dinner 50c

t. Plate lunch .:.......... e5c I Lettuce Red Beans, tall can, 2 for ___.___ 17c

r Mb Balh stiffest and HnI.I 21bs. for .hl.7c 2 for .ISC
I Fiona Kenwdot Props -- Spaghetti, tall can, 2 for ___._.- 19c
..; """- :J'I'Pay's --_. -
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