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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: September 1, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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System ID: UF00087294:00242
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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11 VOL. XXVII-No. 35 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1939PRICE FIVE CENTS : I





MAYOR PROCLAIMSBird FRUIT WEEK(








Made Chairman MIAMI CMC CLUBS TO HEAR




South Dade Relief Unit''t HOMESTEAD SPEAKERS TELL




\ MEETING-SET I CCC Camp to Be PI laced at Flamingo I OF UtAVOCADO VIRTUES


To Wage }jght Against Boll Weevil

t THE WEATHER Ten Beauties Are Poised ,

Construction Cf a negro CCC ;yesterday It.. expected to be OfIIoW wedff ruses of me aaMead For Race to Gain
FORTONffiHTTO ..... I ..
camp at Flamingo'SO miles south completed October 1. .at a1.uo. x-oo- ,1 Queen's Crown .
of Homestead whose project will The camp win house 200( men Ii ii; Mill.' II"' I k.. I a.1.
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be to eradicate wild cotton plants and will be under supervision ol 25 ,', '
._ 88Aug 72 13002 0.15!LARGE DRINK CASK
I for the prevention of the spread the United State Department of
ORGANIZESouth I it _. I 82: 66 2 .9SAug 004
and propagation of the pink boll Agriculture It.. planned to + NEARS COMPLETION
X7 10 MAug 189
weevil win be started soon, according operate It a year I If / I
28._ I 194 | 70 |29.92Aug
to Information obtained Men from the CCC at
Girl
Scout
camp 'SO Boy to Help
Miami Card Sound 21 M 70 02Aug I ,
Ramrod Key started work Mondayon j
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SO 93 71 130.03Aug. I in Exploitation
Bridge Bound New repairing the roadway from
31 I 70 J29.99 0.43
Local Area BOY IS FATALLY Royal Palm State Park to the campsite Program
Rock for the work Is being I

obtained from alongside the county 2 KRONE STORESTO Whole-hearted co-operation of
ACTION
IN DISASTER HURT IN FALL
highway, permlstion for which was 1 I the citizens of Homestead In the
TO BE PLANNED HERE granted two weeks ago by the observance of limeAvocadoJWeek

FRQM BICYCLE Dade County commissioners, with ERECTED [ which starts Monday and

2 Patrol Cars, Emergency,' I the provision that tile county road I will continue through the lollowlng -
be kept in repair by the federal Saturday was urged In a
Hospital if Dan- { Falling from his bicycle when it workers BY MAE MORRIS] !'proclamation Issued by Mayor R

ger Comes struck a dog. Floy Eugene Watson, Quarters of the CCC workers I Tom J. Harris yesterday

nine-year-old; ton of Mr. and Mrs will be of temporary construction' Construction of a two-store I The proclamation follows \

Appointment of Preston B. Bird Cloy Watson of Homestead wasInjured Work on them will start Immedl- building at Northwest Third street WHEREAS: Om week". et

M chairman of.the Mwfer-eMated: ; : fatally-.Friday'.vaftennon, aWy-aftw the road work Is completed -' and Krome Venue for Mrs. Mae, September 4 to t Tias been

mouth Dade district of the Disaster I I He died at midnight Friday and Officers to have charge of Morris, be.uuparlOl' proprietor,I designated as "Dade County ly
(funeral services were conductedat the camp have not been selected will get under way next week, Lime-Avocado Week" by fe
Belief Association,a branch of' Itj
1 o'clock Monday afternoon at was announcedThe growers and organlaationa of
the American. : Red Cross, wai'announced the First Baptist Church by the structure will be one story i j I i the Redlands, and

this week. II* win have,Rev. S. B. Jordan of Canal Point, COUNCIL SEEKS and will have a frontage of 37))| WHEREAS, the growing of

charge of the area from the south assistedby; the Rev. J. !:. John- feet and depth of SO feel The Persian limes and avocado Is

limit of South Miami to Card stone of Homestead Burial was WAYS TO BUY floors and roof will be of tile. A our most Important lummer
Sound In Palm. Cemetery at Naranja. stairway; will be constructed forth Industry; and of great Importance .
bridge. Turner Funeral Home was In future addition of a second to the city of Homestead
The mouth Dade district of the chares of arrangements. NEW GENERATORWays story

relief organization was created Flay; was riding In,front of his The ground, tits of the old andWHEREAS, an cltUens

several weeks ago. Formerly, the home la Ponrentr when the accident Legion fight arena, was purchasedfrom I shoud be, and art. proud of
occurred. The front wheelof Charles T Fuchs Jr., and the fruit as typifying our
area cameunder the) Jurisdiction and means of financing I section
I his bicycle truck the dog lying the purchase of sn additional generating work of clearing and leveling the and
of the county croup. ill the gutter and the boy I
was lot is
r unit for the municipal practically completed. WHEREAS, tile "Dade
Mr. Bird has called a public catapaulted over the handlebars.Hie power plant, which with Its housing Mrs Morris said the expects to County Lime-Avocado Week"

meeting at Legion hall tonight for head struck the curbing. Ap- and installation expenses, move her beauty shop into the new I Is to accomplish a worthy purpose

of sub-committee and explainingthe parently suffering only cuts on the would cost an estimated $70,000, quarters within a month She win In\ paying fitting recognition -,
head, after he was treated he rent the other store. to the
and
purpose of member were discussed by the city council industry In
naming seemed none the worse for his
j at a meeting Monday nightThe gaining valuable publicity forth
the purpose and workings of the mishap. matter was brought before Dr. Smith Selected fruit,

relief organization.He Floy played around the; house the body by Councilman Frank & For Fellowship in THXRXTORK L Tom J.
said that afternoon and there was no Rue and Harris, mayor of the city of
the
group was organ light water plant comraitteeman -
bed to provide medical care shelter (Continued en rag Seven who cited the need of College of Surgeon Homestead do hereby; proclaim .

end rehabilitation otherwW -. an engine to Increase the voltage the week of September ,
to give assistance and case of Home Near Princeton output of the plant and to providefor Dr. J. A. Smith .f Horn*- 4-t as being "Dade County

I disaster. Mayors of the two municipalities -' Destroyed by Flames an emergency reserve unit tea* WM etifled tide week LIme-Avocsdo Week" In the
of this area auto- William Sydow, consulting engineer W his eteellen .. UM Annieaa city Further, I earnestly

matically will be members of the, Fir believed to have been told the council that la his College .l Surge**, am hope that all citizens of Homestead -
.f the hlghce. bearers. W the extend wholeheartedcooperation
general committee and will work caused by; defective wklng destroyed opinion the plant's present equip. Wdfeal
ia time of need with the group the barn of Henry French ment would not carry next win profession. to tile sponsor
surge*** W the United of the week In creating
executives. ter's peak load. He recommendedan aa annual -
on Tallahasse road, south of States aa4 c..... el!
I engine that would are Tw county: patrol can win be Princeton Thursday afternoon. generate ap
to quality fee the beast, which
win
accomplishment be
assigned to this district and The fir had proximately; kilowatt ampersaLath something -
an gained such headway I awarded .
fee high .*alttyW worthy of tile Persian
of the present engines generator
emergency hospital, together with' when discovered
by
neighbors
surgery act general perI_ Urn
410 k. w. .. and avocado .
concentration points for apparatus that attempts to save theresidence's
two fa Medical
went
I Mr. Rue pointed out to the The mayer1 atemp of approvalon
council
for work In debris and contents
wreckage fruitless
were .. .
Dr.
I Smith win t* nill.'elh1a the weekl observance
the
that the plant total load hat was
will be set up In Homestead when I Apparatus from the county fire
Mitt
meat* for theawarding final touch
In the
Increased 100 cent sine 1927 preparation far
a disaster threatens, Mr Bird said.I unit In.Redland experienced difficulty per
and that sine 11133 the number of I of JIll fellowship lathe the events The huge cask from
The south Dade disaster organization *, In fighting the flames be-
ceBef I
will have the full cooperation of lack consumers Increased from 430: to (Continued on Page Seven) ,

.f the county group he cinlty. 830 '

Mid. said service At present barely the are two able engines to take In 'l\lotorists Will l Have Month to Buy .

care of the power demand, he I
New State Auto Driver's
Licenses
II Thomas Brewer, Pioneer Homesteader said. With the Installation of a i
new and larger unit one of thepresent
Of Redland District Taken could be aside foremerpnC' iI
set
by Death ones I
Tallahassee. Aug. IL (FNS- road machine, farm tractor or ,
) purposes, he pointed
Motor vehicle driven licenses
I lout. were other Implement of husbandry on 4J

Thomas Brewer. 13, whose ar- conducted Monday in Okahumpka! Several month ago tile council :available for sale la the offices of the highway or is a non-resident V
aU county Judges this week. Supplies 1
having a valid driver's license Issued
tn- Fla -
rival In Redland :36 year ago approved Mr. Kue'i recommendation -
were shipped to them Monday in his horn slat or county .
< chased: that area's man populationto A native to buy a new engine.
of Mr.
Kentucky
D. W
motor
Jby Tinier vehicle
IX died Friday of last week at October 1 If tile deadline for securing
Brewer cam to the Redland
District commissioner and executive
Brevtrd, N. C, while en route TAMPA TO GET "WOX LUNG"Hundreds drivers' licenses, but th*
In 190J. In 190 be became officer to charge of license tale r
will have
horn sifter visiting friends and of Tampa' ctttaeni public snore than SO days
relative at Ilendenonville, N CZa the first elected county commissioner contributedouab' to a fund InstracUoM wet mailed to ceuntyJudge la which to secure licenses which,
from
y Cl health several';years Mr. tenure of office this district he Duringhis fof the purpose Clf'purchasing two Saturday.Every Commission JTmhjr Mid, should

I((1 Brewed WM on his way horn with the Construction .f concentratedon 'iron lungs for the Tampa Mu- : penon operating a motor live ample time for aU driven to

!. : his wife, Mrs Cora dark Brewer, road for the Redlaad District permanent end nidpal hospital The campaignwas vehicle on the public highway. Is secure their licenses.
i ; when h* WM stricken fatally. sponsored by; the two daily required to have a driver's license Drivers licenses will be numbered -
It his
was largely through efforts
Ii, They dead gone to Henderson villa paper Bid for the first of the unless be I* operating a motor vehicle in the sam manner used
that the present network of high-
, a month agoFuneral two "iron lungs' were opened this for the army navy or marine for automobile tags The InMali

A: : and burial services. were i it' (Continued on Pate Seven) week.: corps; temporarily driving a i Continued ea Page Seven)


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LBADEB-ENTERPISE Friday, September 1,,11129
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MEXICAN WILDS I Loggerhead Turtles Hatched First Time I R. & G. SYMBOL car readjustment of before or the renewal car I*la put taken up

tor sale. So thorough Is tee reconditioning -
In Captivity. .. on "Beach" at World's Fair OF GUARANTEEFOR of an R Jc Q auto
BYLIONSJPEAKER
DESCRIBED mobile that ws back up every R

I World's Fair N. Y., Aug. 31- ocean sand from Marine Gardens UNITSFord & O cat with a written, money-
FORD back guarantee-100%" satisfaction
The stretch of beach which on the east coast of Florida,
or 100% refund:
south of St Augus
skirts the Florida building on the I few mites Commenting on the unusual

The itst* of Sonora U one of the shores of fountain Lake at the tine.The arrived at the dealers' high grade used success*of the Ford dealers' annual

wildest sections cf Mexico and New York World's Fair grounds "nest'State which Exhibit about eight\ cars are Identified as R ft O units clearance sales of used cars, both
Florida here and In other parts of the
untouched by the tourist influence :Its swarming with baby loggerhead;weeks ago, was "planted" with itsaccompanying and are labeled to lid the buyerIn country, Mr. Neese Indicated big
offers the best hunting and turtle, ..batched! from the "nest" bed. of sand down making his selection during the belief that growing recognition by
fishing In the world, Mrs. Jerome I sent ww 4" thousand pounds of t on the 'beach" and has been closely lord dealers' nation-wide annual the public of the) outstanding
watched ever since, not only by used car clearance sale now In
Aunts of Kendall said In describing values obtainable In this sal was
and others connected st the Neese Motor Com
the publicity force progress
an automobile trek through the responsible.
FINS SAIL TERM I with the Florida exhibit pany. .
state in a talk: before the Redland --
District Lions Club Tuesday: night but by scientists from all parts of "R & O cars are the cream of Mrs Brown was displaying a
Mrs. Aunts mad the trip recently the country Interested In knowing the Ford dealers' used car stocks," large lampshade she had just
through Donor accompanied PUMSHMENTFORFIREWOOD whether r'not the eggs would Donald Seen head of the motor bought

only by: native women. She hatch in their strange environ company said. This symbol means "l n't that perfectly lovely, my
described the natives, their mode \ THEFTTallahassee ment after the long journey by that these cars are renewed where dear? And It cost only. ten dot-
of living and the region In which rail, from Florida.It necessary to certain specifications, lars!"
they: live. Is believed: that this Is the and guaranteed under our money- Her husband looked anythingbut
"S ttor. hunters can bag such Aug. 31 Firewood first tim that ses turtles.especially back plan. It designates a used pleased .
big game as bears, deer, wild hogs costly of the loggerhead variety which, car conditioning procedure that "If you wear that to church tomorrow
and various members of the cat this winter may prove la particularly a denizen of tropi- enables the public to buy with you'll go alone," ht said.
family and the fishing grounds of to many of us If an act of the cal waters, ever were hatched In complete confidence. "Then Is a limit to everything,

the Gulf of California, which last Legislature becomes fully captivity" and particularly so "Every: part of a car that needs Including hatsTitBite.FWE'RE .
bounds the state pn the west, are enforced. Announcement from far front their natural habitat.
the angler's paradise, where all the Tallahassee office of the Flor- When hatched ",t home" the
fish stories are true," she said ida Forest and Park Service repeals baby turtles scurry for the water I
"UntlvllUed Indians live in the that anyone removing Umber the moment they leave the soft :
mountains and the towns have I from the) property of anotherto shelled egg. That caused some I
been the breeding places of extensive a value of $3 or more, with) commotion at the Florida State
and disastrous revolts" out the consent of the owner, Exhibit when the news of the ar- I
The chief diversions of the shsU! be guilty of larceny and subject -I|I rival of approximately 200 little
Sonorsns are sleeping and singing to Imprisonment up to two' crawlers was relayed to the pub I
Mrs Aunts said. She sang several ,years or by fine to a maximum I I licity office C. W. Coates, cur-
Mexican ballads In the Mexican !of $500. Employees of municipalor ator of the New York Aquarium,
tongue.The private public utilities art permitted was consulted over the telephone
musical part of the programwas ''I to do trimming or cutting and he offered to supply the necessary Moving Them Out!
where It Is to the estab-
provided by: Mrs. Wade Livingston necessary brand of ocean water In
Street, soprano accompanied lishment or maintalnanc of. such which he believed the turtles
by: Mrs Sara Louise Stru- ; utility service. II would thrive. A truck was sent at
JiUo both of Miami. Mrs. Street The forest service points out that once, for a supply.Loggerhead OUR LOSS .IS
sang In Spanish before and after 'thinks to the abundance of Flor- I _turtles are the
Mrs. Annls' talk ida's cut-ever woodlands and the largest known turtles, often attaining
The walls of the Lions' dining Indifference of landowners In the a weight of 800 pounds | YOUR GAIN
room were decorated with Mexican past, people In rural sections: and They are also the longest! 11vedof ,
rugs and wearing' apparel Md on even ,wood: dealers from, utbau I!known denizens of'tbe'Ie1I.JOttIt t
the speaker's table were displayed centers, have secured their wood of them are said ,to reach' the, i
other Mexican articles Mrs. An- supply wherever It was available
old
age".o
"ripe ( 500 yesrs. ,
Bit yeas attired la Mexican costume and without too much regard to
ownership of the property. The
establiihroenl pUlpwood markets Local PresbyteriansTo ,

Council Holds First bj the_ itste and the generally! Attend Beach aMeet
Increased Interest In'forest land --.t' I.
.
MeettoFlxTaxMillageDetermined values, has resulted In i popular; Miss Irene Jackson of Homestead '
a demand for this new legislation. will represent the Homestead I
to keep the tax rate Timber theft laws have existed Presbyterian Church at the fourth I The big Ford Dealers Annual Used Car
at 37 mills for the fiscal year of for year but have not been generally I annual Presbyterian Young Peo
1839-40, the city council held Its known or enforced. It Is ple's Conference which will start Clearance Sale is on and we are out to
first anticipated that the new law will ''today' and continue through Mon
meeting to consider Its
budget last night The discussionswill provide greater protection and be'''I day st the Hotel Oliver in Miami reduce stocks way down! Every car It a

be continued at a session extensively employed. 1 Beach. bargain-many carry a written guaran
Tuesday night Highlights on the program of I /
Before the rate discussion start Father of H. K. Foulk : the conference sa arranged by the tee t Prices are slashed to move'em out

ed. Civil Engineer A. R. Livingston Dies In North Carolina i Rev. R. L. Torrance of the Miami j These best used
are our car bargain
I
displayed a map showing a tract Springs Presbyterian Church will
of eight blocks in Moaer's Addition Include Bible and missionary| of the year. See them for 'ourIeUthey're =
Funeral services and burial for )
studies recreation and Ifellow.hlp
which he surveyed recently worship, )
Clement L. Foulk 83, father '
of
work. Dr. C. A.
Ray
good-looking
The council approved the work imooth-ranning
Harold K Foulk of Home.te.d.who .
nd. on recommendation of Mayor mond of Lakeland will be the vesper ,
died at his home at Fayette '-and we've make and mod-
Tom Harris, agreed to consider a speaker and the Rev George got many
vllle, N. c., were held Wednesdayat H. Ricks, pastor of the Homestead(
project for surveying of the entire I els. Easy payments.
Fayetteville. Mr. Foulk, a retired
city at t future meeting. Presbyterian Church. will conduct I II
oil inspector, died after a the class In group worship
long lllne**, He Is survived by
Alan, Woman InjuredIn another son, Basil Foulk of Fay-
Crash at Modello etteville; his wife, Mrs. Jennie I
Foulk, and a daughter, Mrs. C W I
Gallons 'of GasolineAt
Miss Ethel Martin and Claud McLane of Raleigh, N. C. Tropical CafeS

Yates, both of Homestead were
Injured when the automobile In north when the accident occurred.She doors north of city: hall I 5 0 Your NeighborhoodS

which they were riding skidded off attempted to pass s truck HOMESTEAD FLORIDA rvice Station
Dixie highway near Modello and driven by H. J. Etherldge of Oak-
Overturned In a ditch Wednesday land Park but was prevented from Regular dinner ...... 50c I with every sale through
morning. They were taken to thePo.t doing so by: a car coming in Ins Plate lunch 33c 7 1939
...._....... Thursday, Sept. ,
Graduate hospital here, where opposite direction She swerved
Miss Martin was treated for a cut back Into her original path. and
Mba Ruth Steffanl and Mrs I
on the left arm and Mr. Yates for applied the brakes, which caused
a bruised noa. the machine to skid. Mr. Etherldge Florence Kercado Props. :
Miss Martin was driving the car took the victims to the hospital

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'VII N.YOU HAVE r : 1936 Willys Pickup.

tutM'Oi I r ".1 Excellent tires and paint.

Several Model A'g

Persian .Limb' and Avocados Owl Rem arvaV'ivlr 1933 Pontiac Sedan

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STAMP SAVING ;' Traffic:Accident Causes

Break In Power ServiCE,

TOPIC OF TALK I 1 r
Rural! electric powet front lien zi !

dan south was shut off from 6:3<

TO ROTARIANSOrganization o'clock to 9 o'clock Monday morning j,
while workmen of the FlorIda 5AIP 1
;of; s stamp collce- Power and Light Company repaired f
ton clUb among the young people damaged wires a short dish
of Homestead was suggested by tafce south of Kendall.
I F. Duddlnon, Miami phllatellic 1
The wires, one of which was a
authority, in a talk before the "feeder" carrying 15,000 volts 01
Homestead Rotary Club at noon electricity, were torn down when
Wednesday a truck skidded off the highway; \1
Stamp collecting If a worthwhile and snapped off a pole.
educational hobby and often brings 1
Officials of the company said it!t
monetary profits, Mr. Duddlwon \
was to shut off the
necessary
said It give the youth an opportunity -
power to protect the, workmer I
: to occupy his mind with the
from the high powered wires while 3,
better things In life and takes up ON THI wom repairs were being mad
Idle moments that otherwise (night ,
be'spent in pursuits dangerous to
his morals, he pointed out. Methodists Here Mark ,

"There are three classes of stamp Youth Crusade Wee
coUectort: investor; accumulators .
and student," the speaker Young men and women f

said. "The investor collect stamps Homestead, .-Redltuid and, Florida
tot financial buying and sell- .
City will conclude a of acJvlties :.
week
In-them as stocks and bonds are R
bought and sold. Many stamps ol "'IB observance of the NaJonal JSTHIS a t a

special Issue, purchased at the Youth Crusade with a meet- \
tuaal rate 6f tale, later'' may be big ,tonight it the HomesteadMethodist
sold at a 200 or 300 per cent profit. Church. THRIFT SENSATION Of 1039 1
A stamp for mail aboard the Oral Meetings, held each dightat'the
Zeppelin when it made its around- church were addressed by Mrs
HOW YOU CAN GET ONE OF THESE AMAZING TIRES ATUY
the-world trip In 1929 was sold re- Jess II:. Waller wife of the pastor Tf
ceritly for $200. The stamp's of Silver Palm, Goulds and Peters
original price was $11. The first Methodist churches She will
United States airmail stamp was speak on"Personal Religion" at the i
sold for 24c In. 1918. A block.of final gathering. i
100 of them today Would be worth Yesterday afternoon the young f
lpO,000.. crusaders held a picnic and'vesper .1
"The student collector saves hour at Matheson Hammock, followed -
stamps for their historical value. by a program conducted by
Practically every great 'event In Mrs Waller. -
American history has been commemorated The Meetings thr uhouth..
and many government week were preceded by a recrealonal .
branches and projects have been hour conducted, the Rev.
publicized. ,)by stamp Issues," he C O. Nelson, pastor:of the Florida "
safd I City and Redland Community
"The accumulator has only volume .'I churches :The'.play program Included
In. mind when he saves various folk dances, ',altlea
at mPi. Me gets them in blocksand I'and contests. ONI AT LIST PRICE

.is Interested.only) In attempting The regular service: Sunday night AND GET THE NEXT ONIAT
to Increase. the aim of his col-1 at the Homestead church wt conducted -
50 % DISCOUNT
le"UOIIi"+'; ,, "" by the, young people. MissHelen
!r:Mn 'pojtlil itarapwa &? Field and .WUlard Norman 1Irtstone I II
1W8 by England, Mr. Dud- spoke on topics relating to.the STANDARD
cjl&on said. The United Slates youth crusade. A special musical

issued Its tint qne seven yean program was presented. lID M.. Fa Now TM hFe TOY
later. It was of a.Be denomination I I J JI TA. 1e T6. so% Dlro..I I Oh., SAVE AS 10W AS

and bore the picture of Benjamin I/I Ahem t:: S7.20 SUO Slo.IO $3.604asa1
Franklin. "Last night Jack asked me to

Lee Mason, announcer for radio I(I marry him and make !him the hap- 000: if ,,7.41 1.73 11.11 3.72 r
station WIOD, and Louis Bonateel, pleat man In the world."
president of the Miami Stamp "Which are you going to do" :U0.20LOO20: : 7.60 3.10 11.40 3.80

Club, who accompanied Mr. Dud-)-Ex. 0.25.17
UO 4.71 14.2S 4.75LSO18
dltson from Miami, gave short 5.50-17
AND VQUiO10
talks. I : 1.61 4.33 Ut 4.32 Tft'tOf '

Bishop Win; Will-Visit II I ,PRICES 1.00.1 10.31 5.11 11.S3 1.17 1

I sine" Prlcel IIICIldt Vow 0" TS-Sim ",""ilia" twA .
Episcopal Church Here
\ SLASHED 50% DISCOUNT ALSO APRIIS TO Till UICNAII
The Rt. Rev John ,
IX Wing of
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Tilt 14 Till ON Till 'OUOWINCiFOI
Orlando, Episcopal bishop of-south-
Florida, will visit St. John's Episcopal : ON USED rtst0nt
Church- f Homestead.,October -. CHAMPION
20 for the apostolic rite ofconflrm.tlon t you YOU
WashingMachines M 1410.4 nsiw.
lID 'It lID ern ,eTa
according to an announcement IM : w.. f SAVE : o+ f now SAVE
, by the Rev. :S
I Blackford, rector. .. f. o.11.. SI4.15 $7.01 $21.23 $7.07 1.00-11.. $17.11 SLn S2L7J $La7

In. preparation for the t'j 1.25-11. IUS 1.91 2UJ 1.97
AND 1.25-1'1# IUS
7.31 21.tt 7.J2
Rev. .Blackford will hold :::: 1.30101135 UI 2UJ U7UOllf
tion. classes
each
Monday ElectricRefrigerators 1135 UI 2G.03 6067 21.35 10.61 JUJ 10.67
) Thursday, beginning next week.-' 7.110-1'
Mondays will be for adults and,' 1.00.11.. 15.9S 7.98 2U3 7.17 .00.11. 21.9S 10.91 2UJ 10.97

, Thursdays for young people. The 1 I 1.00.17. IUO I.2S 24.75 UI 7.0.11 27.111 13.90 41.70 11.90

classes are for persons: interested j Races PRICES' INCLUDE YOU OLD 1I-orNIl IIIIS PlO'OnIONATILY LOW.t.font .
in-the teachings and Ways of the!i SPCVDRY ELECTRIC $80

Episcopal church and those attending WASHER. HIGH SPIED 'FIrt.fon CONVOY
arenot obligated to future EAST
confirmation the rector said. However LAUNDRY$10 w91 You

those wishing confirmation ETTE .u :1 x. W f ia701E SAVE UI e TM Te. Dw...,. f Tt.w SAVE

must attend a majority of the APEX GAl WASHER u0'1
S1o.JO SS.U S11.45 SS.U SUS $4.11 IU3 $4,17
classes, he pointed out. 0.00.10: 450.21

Topics of the classes are as follows -E._. $40. I 13020 6.60 19.10 SAO 44oaif 1.0 4.20 IUO 4.211
: September 4 and 7, "MotherChurch's 5.50.17
Rules"; September 11 and ELECTROLUX RXROSENff i: 12.00 UO 11.00L 6.00 X17 11.00 '.SO 16.10 5.50MIS
14, "Mother Church's Welcome, OPERATED REFRIGERA- M
Baptism and Confirmation"; Sep TOR. f able $115 : 14.3S 7.11 21.13 7.17 10.00 1.00' 11.00 1.00UI.I

tember 18 and 21, "Mother feet _._. __ : i{ 17.40 .70 16.10 1.71>> MIS 1.00.10. IUS 1.9. 17.93 1.97
Chunk's BeIlrlnln ,.Earb- Church
APEX: ELECTRIC ,RKTRUl.ERATOR.T I. .on PRICES INCLUDE YOUR OLD 11201- sills nO'OI"OMUIL LOW.
History"; September 23 and 28, =411

"Church?(other In Church the Middle' Grows Aces",; Oo the I ,, tub* heir __ $140' I GREATEST SAFETY AND ECONOMY NEW TUBE IN EVERY NEW Till

'tober J M I,Molher Church Re- APE$ wcrt (t.it ini6.'ftNJ'OJrI .,-,
. fns. lii wadfrth.Reordna/i niad UTETTME GUARANTEE NO TIME OR MItEAGE LIMIT
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Modem..BJaiory;.October t_.aadll i ... ..__..'S115'ollie 1l---- )a" r.-eadw"_M P"ww w.M aes.d a....
"Our Mother Church's prayers, t A/a.w.. .... awr..r. ...: Ted:::rch.f'.T :. = sawdw..0-: ... ..
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tober How 1to Use'thePrayer 19, "Our book"Mother; Oc- Prices quoted are for: awa..r..d 'have"" os P.:1"0o.w .....,_........IL L ;,aM Idrrw{ ...:,' .

Church's Customs, the Meaning of cash only. Terms can

Church/ Symbols';; and October 22 be arranged.S. Flagler Service Station ,
and 28, "Our Mother Church's ,' ,
Act of Supreme ANTON TVA1JHN. JR. Prep
Worship Holy
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....-... Pke.... ee.. is. a dr.e.e .TAMA4e WILL MAJfg AVAi AtU e' writer, take I pessimistic view of
s. ism our civilization. In his new book:
tREsg 4a/aosi drags juice rot( Np he say. "Humanity which beganIn
vmcwrnoM BATS n
hlh4.C.M _-W-M WOOEDS Of THO0SANOS Sflt PfM&t ) a cave will end In, the duaease
..::..:::::.. (LJ*
o/Ad. .fltaC Mr 4'n 1 ('wCIfN7ZQ A M/CMtL STAxrfviv t,ti ; soaked ruin of a slum." Sliding]

Wv. VN/QVE' AfZCNANI.IM Ass NSLJtEt1 faster than WII are climbing; aht

flow to Avoid a Crabbed ojvw&f AO txnctAcrr sv/ce And I* a clincher Q W. Dyer,

'w WTN AMAt/A Vanderbilt University professor of
Old
: i AgeThe economics, adds "No governmentof

calendar cannot be trustedto importance ha ever failed on

tell you the truth about old age account of lack of Intelligence. All
great failures In. government in .
While you may to "omcially- the past have been due to moral

It OS, the yeas following that delinquency on th*.part of those

milestone need not bo ones of in control" Now, read that statement

senility, says Dr'Donald A. Laird. ON'f again.
*
well-kncwa psychologist In tau
1 was surprised to read la the
I : i ?
currant Rotarian Magazine h* often public print that the French army ,
'.
: six rule as insurance against th world that
1 wa the beet.in ; Its ,

.n unhappy, crotchety old .... Foreign Legion numbering 10,000
f fI' c
These rule were developed from wore beard and added: "AmerP.
,
can and Englishmen are amazedat
reports of scientific studies by
its hard, but Just, discipline; the
such authorities on human behavior : German like It. "There Is a lesson.

r' u Dr. Francis O. Benedict } .. in that last remark.

Dr. Christine Margaret Marian, l, of- *>

I Dr, Fraud M Pottenger! and Dr. 1 By the way, here bra the figureson

Edward: K. Strong, Jr. Her are ;IV', ,f\ the status of the European

the "rule1) *": 'il"'!, } ,.., 1' armies at the beginning of the

World Wir'ind today:
Keep In food health. (Exemplary .
:1
r 1"1"IJ Country 1914 Today
habit with regard to
i Germany 1.260,000 1,800,000
food drink and matters of hygiene ftOA/OASC v 1:IJ J ll t Italy 230,000: 900.000

and above all, a philosophyof HIMPt76MPLC, ( ei ; Great Britain 234,000 800,000 /
doing away with worrying work '
wonder) fur CAMfiffovntftM OF ftoaio i Franc 720,000 1.230,000 '.

2) Maintain aa intelligent Inter. co. L44'1L.4MQ i' J Poland none 1,000,000
Russia 1,290.000 5,000,009
of ANV/Nd awe OMtrAPOXTED 8
&oAsr hs" _
eat In many thing (Aa education t y; + ::1'r.eAl e ,
ha been found to help make old / NA/106f (
age happier.) M Tfte Vfttno STATSf. Seemingly there 1* much lack of y

Information regarding meteor aa 2
!
S Enjoy TOUT children and relative .. :, AeX'TN' FLORIDA the recent Canadian fall of one)

*-tut dont live with them, INYIN1'O/l", 1J4MOKSTllAT.I'S THE such brought out On neighborl

If you can possibly avoid It (Happiest .I E'&l6NcY. oF. !'. YfNO l liU ing newspaper called it a "falling s

old folk live alone *o they I star, These are not atari but men

can remain Independent) '..ININ,5544444444./"N.INNNHNNILMMNNMMM.IINN.- fragment thrown off by torn I

4) Mingle with the younger Gl1m1n1l1ll1lW11IIRl1l1llmUl( astral body or distant planet, to ,

crowd at lent occasionally (Retain I FROM OUR MAIL BOX be more explicit These masses

membenhlp In your club, 20 Years .. ...... may b* ot stone or metal or both ,1
I lodge and church-end serve on Ago and do not glow (become Incandescent 4
committee t Exception Taken to Piowaty Remarks
) ) until they am well into the $

5 (Keep occupied! Choose hobble 'Editor 50-mile belt of atmosphere that
iunlmllml w1naHnuuhIIIuUJlnllt; Leader-Enterprise: "Ten per cent upon confirmation -
and recreation which keep surrounds the earth, this friction
of :
the hand busy the mind occupied bs"l ..::: 111rIM.4.ew ,. .-.. I t- I wish to call your attention to by court.proposed arrangement causing them to resemble a falling
MM l
ton a..r.e
One of the wrest way dlncover- ........ _...*..o M>.. Ito IMS. the statements made ty Carl Plo- star This so-called star duct I*
ed to make old folk unhappy a. 5.445 row ...- w of the Florida Lime and "Ten per cent on or before continually falling over the earth, '
crabbed, and disillusioned, wa .+M e.4 $7 1151 wins 0. Hens.29"d jwity, three months after date of like the ash from an active volcano
Lee"
t for them to retire) 'Avocado Grower Association, in such confirmation 1 Is carried over I wide area.e .
Sept. 4. 1919"Council I a talk to the Redland District Lion e .
8 )Prepare for old age: (Organize I "Ten per cent on or before
your thought, your life phi. met In regular adjourned Club and quoted in your issue of six months after date of such Dr. H. O. Beyer an American, ,

osophy, and your activities In I session August 21 ..I JAug. 25. 1939. confirmation and head of the department of an-

middle age with the inevitableness President Burton proposed establishment I Many grower of avocado and The liabilities thopology at the University of
are given a*
of age 81 before you This of day electric light limes, who have been growing and follows Wage $18119, Manilla, writing In the New York

U a* Important a* making financial service Council expressed Itself I a commodities for IS United State taxes $130(1, Times, states that his :thirteen
a* being favorable to the proposition 2Syeara of Investigations convince
preparation for your "de I dos' resent the statements taxes due state of Illinois yean
and requested Mr. Burtonto him that the Philippine archipelago -
dining year ) made In this column by an Individual $73.71, secured claim $10,525
data the proposition "
get on with
who has been in the was once connected
And now continue Dr. Laird area md unsecured claims $22-
-'CD. Lattemer has accepted aposition the Asiatic mainland and was Inhabited .
If you have doubt about your for about three month, and who 81297 or total liabilities of
with A. D. Clinton to
youthfulness, check your habit ; hal endeavored to tell u* all the 3373427. by man million of years
his .
against these which follow If manage(Florida City)grocery store ''j evil of the game when this Individual The assets showa In the petition (Continued on Page rive.NMNNNNNNMIIIMNINIINHNMNNMMMII1.)

you have lost or arc losing Interest -, 1* just ** guilty a* any of real-estate -.. .
"'Mr. Husband think If* time j are $6,500,
In the the other shippers of these commodities
bridge games newspaper to ,begin' the work; of tree planting two stocks or merchandise,
In shipping Or immature Children in CourtBy
sport tennis musical: green
page '
along our streets So do we one of $67718, the other of
comedies, hunting, auto driving, limes and second and third
1 $48617, machinery $1,45481, Judge Malcolm HalfendNNNMINMINMMMINMNIMNINMNMMININMM.MMIM
full-drew affair smokers grade avocado
golf, ,
personal property $500, accounts -
"Homestead High School opened ,
picnic, poetry collecting stamp; last for the I am attaching hereto clipping receivable $....12.77.unUquld.ted ,
on Monday season:
and if you are gaining Interest la: INNOCENT CHILDREN AS
.
taken from the New York Packer, claims $700 48.
ltl>-ZO having the largest numberof I
educational
movie nature pupil ever registered In the under date of August 28, 1839 deposits In bank $13.07 and VICTIMSA
museums '
study art galleries I which explains the real facts In property In reversion $100 for
too, chopping wood, defective history of the school. Fiftytwohave court wa forced to order the
this argumentami 'I understandthat total asset of $14.>>50411. Of
stories, raising flower and vegetables signed up and several more I Mr Carl Ftowaty I* an officer this total of 'I1S.5JS there 1* right eye of seven-ytar-oM boy

being left to yourself, are expected soon, giving U a of the firm of Ptowaty. Brothersof Included $10,321 In secured removed. This child had used tli*
methodical peopla-rthen alas you good majority vr the high Illinois Inc. claims. family towel after Its use'by 'anold'sister
water mark last 43 Pre- : .,
are growing oM (regardless of year, who Infected with asocial

your ash) la that case the ebove !coot Flsber again, beads the: Chicago,. ..u.y.3>.'.-Plawatjt' I I wish to further call ;your attention dlseaee, unknowingly

rule are given for your! benefit acuity, of eaune, a* It would 'b*i Brother of Illinois, Inc., felt to the fact that the grape- contaminated It.Many.states .

hard to find a better or mere efficient week filed a petition in the hit grower of Dade County have : have recently enacted

LEAVE MARK: ]POISON YIN principal MIaa" District Court *l the .United' been legislated out of the grapefruit new marriage laws which
Pollard will teach English and aigehre. State for the Northern Dlatrtct business by similar legislation provide that healtth certificate
Potion Ivy and oak
poison mar Mill OlBe Afligood will of Illinois, Eastern .Division a* suggested by Me Plowaty be presented before t county clerk
be easily recognized by their dark,
have ch4gs.fi, the latin kfiJ'hU-; In proceedings: for.aq arrangement It w* want the same thing to son issue a marriage license These
shiny leaves which ant composedof
tory classes and Mia Maroon will under Chapter XI happen to th*,lime and avocado states are to be congratulated.

their those whitish Je.fles.. usually bsrrles. by. leaoh, general sdrane and hem of the Bak....,.,..Act., Theirchedule Industries.it I* time to give this While such laws do not protect
waxy baking tl... Carrie D
economicii e* willajeleC
1I1I.Ie4.1Illtbtile court gontksaan1 real children
Suggestions some from infection they msypossibly
Net ail poison Ivy plant
_it mathematics D. P. bowed liabilities ef $33,734.27. merits.I .
prevent infected parent
have terries, but all have tone
Harknea has been assured ea d*
aryl asset of.. USUU8. suggest bit If he handle the from bringing blind children Into
leaflet to each leaf. Poison oak the Janitor work The pupilsare
., leave resemble oak Waves more a* follows by darner ea- !'be p n p.** d settlement Urn and avocado business a* It the werld.

closely than do those of poison Ivy tars -Wm. Uuaeclwhlta, .Hudson suggested U the petition. b aa appear that Ptowaty; Brother of 'When we consider that thousand
fallow: v Illinois, Ihe. have been handled, of adult- committed to Institutions
Strickland. Aldus Matthew, Tom
"The corporation offer Its that the lime and avocado growers tot- the insane a* a result
FOOD BILL SCALE CITED Graves, Roy Matthews Chutes of
serious ditft- contracting social diseites. it
unsecured creditor, whose are-- facllIft1'J
Becfcer Nellie Wollaca Frank
,
It I* estimated that for every ins behxne
cnltie. parents, educator and
claim an scheduled by thecorpor.Uon
Sheffield Junior-Fred Carter
crease of $100 in the Income received ; Sincerely churches: alike to support
,, a sum equal 30 any
Jim dimer. Villa Caves Walter
,
by families whose yearly
movement
WM. F. FOX which will eradicate
cent of their
respective
Income b 1.500 or less, from $*> McVicker, Stella Hook WUlardSevery per the
that
Harry Webster, Lola claims, payable as follows Homestead, Fla, Aug. 29, 1139. : misery accompanies such
Increase would be
to $30 of the ,a disease. It la estimated that ape

I a+ spent for food.Scientists NIxon; sophomoresGarland aDrrea's N01'.c. ....., a..ra ar.... w/u.. 'proxtnwrtely en* out of tea
Budd. Harriet Lttem, Irene 01 N t'torIoIo A-.r.M s ....- L.- -- .a..i.e s..... every
.. ... .. person in this country I Ia atflfced
nee n-wet. a r.w.r. r .Mae" --- w -- a.ew.
have witnessed the Brown Dorothy Tower, Carl 4". ... _....... I. w .- W we 1M ....... CNk .... .10"P.sA. :with .a 'toclal dlneu It 'la Im
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O\"IDa1l11rUl of shark, under water TweedeU, Loll Moeer Minnie Lee I. W. -- N IM0 a.al..e n1.Ma r1.- '
.-.., .... a..r.-aw.rs.l.r ad M.enlb 4-64 Ne me 4
ta' the hug, Maria Studio Mitchell Hattie Gilmer. Oeo. ..- -,-" _a..a sus A,1 ear r/.N' b 4wdr"bom .

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part sent to the parent urging -1 W. I )
them te consult Uw family Bhjni- 20 YEARS AGO CITRUS MEETING
ARE THERE ANY
QUESTIONS?
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claD or dentist for further exami-,
bill teeth and whither his sight ",.. ... AT JFQUARRIE
and hearing are normalThese (Continued From Page Four)
-!.Drro/.a.'d SNOTli." .". rb Thk....intwma. r -tee teachers In public elementary: and I examinations are administered Whlttemore Keith Goldberg, Esther ,
b. .to".t wHfc !__ secondary schools were Men. In several ways. The molt Livingston John Eby: freshmen STARMONDAY
-ih.a C-1.-VM.a.1t7. Su.edwtl.
Y.e4 Cite. Q M. .. Many educator feel that this proportion acceptable method, according to -Vemlf :Rohrer, Wm Satter-
MW_besinus... sa.wa ..... new should be greater not because Dr. C. L. Brownell of TeachersCollege field Clarence S m 0 a to Henry Tavares, Aug II.-Wny **>d
Columbia University, U Brooker 4s.n Avery Jessie mean of improving conditions .
men are necessarily better for the child to be examined j '
by
QUESTION Should parent Caves Robet Carter Stewart among Florida citrus grower will
always tell a child the reason for teachers than women but it iffelt the family physician and dentist Loveland Isle", Mitchell, Julia be discussed at the sixth annual
their demands? that school children should be with the school authorities eo: Muftselwhita Louise Murphy Loretta Citrus Grower Institute U, be
REPLY: This depend upon the exposed to a more balanced and operating in using the l'eIulta.Je Homes Maty; Tower, Cerda held at Camp :McQuarrie tram
ace of the child and the nature of normal ,school environment and I(this way home responsibility V i Freed, Jennie Vann, Jno. Seeker, Monday through Friday it U announced -
the circumstances Obviously not develop solely under the iofluenoe proper regard for professional service Hurtilene Keitt, Avery Lee How by B. X. Morris, county
there are tune when a parent can- of women In health matters are an- ard, Anna fykes, Lucille Murphy agent who ha completed the fro:
not stop to explain--cicmeut* of This Implies, of course, men I gendered. Wm. OeBerry, Luther Strickland ram.
danger ,or when something has teachers at least equal to women I education Another way is for the board of Pauline Green and Pauline. The Institute U directed by the
to be done quickly Moreover in ability and who look upon I or health to employ the Brown .' Lake County Horticultural Association -
physicians and dentists with
with children it Is often re- and the Stale Agricultural I
young teaching not a* a stopgap but as I Some rock baa been placed on
difficult or Impossible to explainthe a lifetime profession. Present day (Continued on Page Six) Center street It is hoped that the Extension Service It 1* expectedto
reasons that lie behind some teaching Is rapidly becoming a wwww.-.w-w street will be put into decent condition draw capacity attendance
demand The ba.lltor obedience highly specialized profession requiring CURRENT soon as it is little more than among grower and their wives
In these cases should lie in the confidence I, men and women of high a mud hole at present' from mart of the citrus rountte
the child has in his ,parent calibre and offering considerable -"Dr. Jackson I* building house, Norris said that facilities are
Child psychologist, however, opportunities of service. The COMMENT 24 x 26 feet alongside his borne available for those who wlJ,1t
believe that explanations shouldbe trend towards higher salaries and "-"'.."'"""-"'"' -- on South Krome avenue. The stay In camp tor the entire week.
given wherever possible If a better tenure and retirement laws (Continued From Page Four) framework la already up. The Among outstanding apeakertlilted .
child sees the reason behind some has been largely In order to make doctor I* doing his own work and tor the week are Congrrn.man
demand be la likely to obey it leaching more attractive :to men ago-la fact as long as any period expects to finish November lit I Hardin Peterson. Dr. VfH-
snore cheerfully and more intelligently and women of this type in the world's history when the house will be occupiedby mon Newell, provost for egrlcvK
Moreover, It develops In QUESTION: What do teachers He bases his belief of this land- Prentlss B Mangus" ture at the University. of Florida,
him the habit of thinking for himself mean when they 8-3-3 8- bridge on that of many scientists 'Ronald Allen Is now freight Dr. H. Harold Hume, dean of Vie
allows him to some extent to t-. division of schools say ? or to tile effect that during the tot clerk succeeding Chesley Saunders I College of Agriculture M. C Gay.
connect cause and effect, develops age M much water was drawn I who resigned a few days ago principal agricultural economist
his understanding The REPLY: 8-3-3 means S years from the ocean, converted into with the farm credit admlnltrtra-
and end of child training purpose is to of elementary school, :I year of I snow and by compression lion, and L. H Kramer, presidentof
teach the child to make correct junior high school, and :3 years of weight re-converted Into Ice and Japan also to outer islands 01 I Florida Citrus Growers, Incorporated
Judgments independently Therefore senior high school. This divisionIs (glaciers) that the water level wasreduced the South Sea. ,
it Is important that parents rapidly supplanting the older much a* ISO fact-possibly This would be an axplunatlon of Speakers will include representative .
develop In their children an understanding division of 8 years for elementary o-feet- as far south as the I how the oral formation of South I of the Experiment Station
of why they should school and 4 for high school. equator:. thus permitting the primitive Florida and Dade county In particular :Extension Service, United State
behave as they are asked to behave I-t.. 1s a new development designed man and animals to travel I came to lose their live bybeing I Department of Agriculture. Citrus
If blind obedience is demanded to Integrate the junior col there from what la now China elevated above the sea. Commission growers' and others
beyond the age when *I loge with the public school sys
child can understand the reason tem. It means 8 year of elementary
for doing something, then the par- school, 4 years of junior high I
tint are merely serving to prolong tcbool and 4 years of high school
the child Infancy. And if blind and junior college combined
))obedience so exacted, the child QUESTION: What health tests I
iwill find it necessary to assert his I I are there for youngsters entering,
own Individuality will be rebel- school? What I II done about those
lious and resentful, will compensate !found to be low M.health?
by other misbehaviour I REPLY: Because many children -
Even when children are quite entering school suffer from
young there are many opportunities remediable physical defect likely I
for: them to work with to handicap their' school .careen,
'parent in forming regulations for schools have made it a policy to!
procedure. Often it need not be a have all entering pupils examined I ., ..
demand on the> part of the parent either at the time of entrance tor' "
but a joint decision by parent and during the summer before. As a
child. result of these examination parents
Of course, there are the occasions and teachers receive competent :
when children will ask advice both for Improving the
question in order to postpone child health and for adjustingthe 1
obedience and stall. This sort of school program to his physical
question can easily be distinguished capacity Where there are rem-
from that prompted by edial health defects suggestionsare
genlune curiosity A little firmness made for their correction.I!
usually takes care of these Fortunately most defects are easily : 1 5l1RED L SHOMEEE
cases. corrected if found
early enough I
QUESTION: Should more men These examinations usually cover M OVEMENTSIf
teach school the child general health and physical -,
.REPLY: In m 20.6% of all development, the condition of,





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I land Mr daughter and Mrs.Alta Julian, will H.leave Webster tomorrow -, "ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS?",

I for Maryland where they
In and will visit relatives They will be -
I
? Joined in Atlanta by Mn Web- visited the world' fair. Mrs. (Continued From Page rival

-1-1 ster's mother Mrs. E. A. Hartsock. Garagnanl was taken to Post Graduate nation and corrective work. Some

Homestead Miss Webster will return to Agnes hospital where she will receive times preliminary tests of light

Scott College at Decatur. Ga., for treatment for a neck Injury and hearing are given by teachers

I her sophomore year on the return received in an automobile accidentin or school nurses. Children with

.... from Maryland.Mis South Carolina on the way suspected defect are then referredto
I down hen physician for more complete

tin. Virginia Edwards returned 11 I J Willard H. FlfleM horticult / Miss Bertha Nlll Hausman Is expected diagnosis. Occasionally: a non-of-

Wednesday ot last week from .i in charge of thAI Subtropical Experiment home Saturday from a tour Mrs. S. S. Shields returned on flolal organization pays for the ex-

vacation tour ot the West and I ,] Station, returned Mont of the West. While In California Sunday from a month's stay In aminations. Such an organizationIs
Mexico. She visited her son-ln- day after attending 'fcost graduateclasses (she attended a convention of homer Miami. the National Congress of Parents

law and daughter, Mr. and Mn. at Cornell University fo economic teachen in Los Angeles and Teachers which through

Rudolph Aebl at Newnan" Oa., and I two months. and also, the world'i fair in San Mr. and Mr Frank McDonnell Its Summer Round-up aims to provide

her sister, Mr*. W. B. McMilllan, Francisco. of Atlanta arrived on Saturday health eliminations for all

at Tuscaloosa Ala.* on her way Mr. and Mrs. T.-E. Kirby and for a visit it the home of Dr. and entering achooL"Whatever

home son, Edward and Howard, returned Miss Elizabeth Skill returned Mrs. G. O. Brewster. way is used," Dr.

Tuesday from a t.SOO-mil tour Tuesday from Washington, D. C. BrowneU says, "Zducaton and

Mr. and M.... J. A. Daughertyand of the southern and eastern states. She was accompanied by her aunt, Mr. and Mn. Walter DIxon health authorities agree that an
returned -
Mn. J. D. Redd returned Friday After attending the Lions' convention Mn. J. T. White, and son, William. examination should be given by a
on Monday from Berlin
from Hendenonvllle where I In Pittsburgh they visited I Miss Skill attended summer school Md. competent physician and dentist

they spent a month'a vacation. Mr.,, the New York world' fair another d I at the University of Maryland. and the defect corrected is soon

Redd returned three weeks ago I point In New York. They Mill Catherine Murphy of i* possible. A child's education
after "a vacation spent with Mri.,, also visited relative In Maryland, Miami spent the week-end with Miss Alene Vercoe has returned cannot proceed normally It he suf-

Redd In South Carolina. Washington, D. C., and Georgia. her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. C. from Gainesville where she attended fen from painful, unsightly, or

"' Murphy. summer school I II I efficiency" reducing health handicaps -

While Mr. and Mn. James L Mn. Guy Vlnson of Miami and I I .

Bird were visiting Mn. Bird'sbrother children Jane and Guy, Jr., spent Miss Ruth Bullard has returned Mrs. Ray Goodlng and Mn. Inez QUESTION: What Is the extentof

and ilster-ln-law, Mr. and the week-end with Mrs. Vinaon's I to Edison, Ga., after visiting her Odum and daughter returned on Federal aid for vocational edu-

Mrs. W. A. Snare, In Miami Sunday mother, Mn J B. Tower. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Sunday from a two months' visit' cation in high schools, trade

Mr. Bird was unexpectedly Mn. F. D. Mock. with relatives In Basslnger, Fla. schools and the like Is this

taken with an acute attack of appendicitis Mr. and Mn Floy Watson and I growing or diminishing?

and nuhed to JacksonMemorial son, Jimmy, and Mrs. W. D. Home I Mrs. Ceo. W Turner, Jr., of Guest on Sunday at the homeof REPLY: For the fiscal year
hospital for an immediate Redland returned Wednesday after ended June 30, 1938, the Federal
and daughter Elizabeth, left Wednesday Or. and Mn. S. S. Shields were:
Beach.FLORIDA .
month Miami
operation. He Is making a ,spending a at
alloted of
for a visit In Hendersonvllle Mn. Irene Combs, Mr. and Mrs government grants
fast recovery and will return home N. C. $21,773,877 for vocational edu
E. Croucher, Mn. F. Lowe andS.
during the coming week. -m. CITY E. Varner. cation below the college grade. Of

James this some $7,126,000 was in the
who has been
Kendrick,
On their way to Miami to spend his By Mr W. W. Severy training In trade Industry and
visiting brother-in-law and Mrs: Fritz Schroeder was a
several days on business and home economics, $1,294,000 for
sister, Mr. and Mn. W. B. Millsfor I week-end guest at the home of
,t pleasure, Mr. and Mrs. Neill Mr. and Mn. Lawrence Becker training In the distributive occupations
several month, left Sunday to I Mr. and Mn. E. A. Chase. i j I
Knowles of Key West visited In resume his studies at the University returned on Wednesday from a The Torclse Italian-American and $2,422,000 for trainIng -
Homestead lost night with M.... of western vacation trip. of teachers in vocational lubjects -
Alabama in Tuscaloosa. restaurant will open Sept. 1 for
Knowles brother and .
h alster-ln-law .
the season.Owen .
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer, and Mill Myra McCurrey of Hart- I Because the Ceorge-Deen Act
Mn. Irene Brannon of Jacksonville
their son, Lester. well; Ga, I* a guest at the home ot 1939 went into effect for the
arrived Friday to visit her Cooding, who has been
.of Mr. and Mr*. Paul Haley. tint time In the fiscal ended
daughter, Mn. DeWitt Crosby, andother visiting his sister, Miss NellliGoodlng year
Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Carter returned June 30, 1938, these figures represent -
friends. She planned to Mr., and Mn. J. E. Harrison In Georgetown, S. C., will
Sunday from visit great Increase
a over
a with
prej.vlous
surprise hereon, Bill Hocutt at the remain with his sister and attend
f friends and relatives In southernCalifornnU. naval base In moved on Saturday from the Free yean. In 1937 the total of
reserve Qpa-Locka, school there.Miss .
cottage on Palm avenue to the Sil- .
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They attended vthe [Federal money alloted to statesand
where he 1* stationed, but found I '"
marriage of their son, Tom, In vetman apartments on Eighth: territories for vocational edu.. .
that he I* In a hospital In Charleston -
Glendale, Calif., on Aug. 4, street 1 Loll Carpenter visited last cation was $8,98X852 1III(1II38..lt.-, '
S. C. from knee
suffering a
week with her sister In Miami. .
J was 8721474.
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Misses Eunice and Carol Walker' injury. Mr*. J. K. Scott;is spending two j These funds are granted to a

of Socrum, Fla, arrived Wednesday week visiting her ton and daugh Roger Snow returned on Saturday states and must be matched by
Mrs. Leon Burnett of West Palm ter-in-law Mr. and Mr.
to visit Min Virginia Done Harry from Fort Bragg, N. C. state or local money.
Beach and son, Leon, Jr., are visiting Scott of Miami.
and Miss Iris Capllnger and other I! relatives here.
friends. They will return to their
Mr. and Mrs. R J. Blnkert of
home Sunday,
Bobby Cave and Cha. Ber- Orlando have purchased the O. J

I necker underwent tonsil operations Schnellbacher grove, and an stay
Mr and Mn. E. E. Atkinson in the Post Graduate hospital 11 ing at the Shanklin tourist camp
have returned after a six weeks' Tuesday until their new home 1* remodeled.
stay in Hendenonvllla. Mr. Atkinson ,I -

Is warden of Royal Palm II Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hlndman Mr. and Mn. Roy Nelll, their
State Park and Mrs. Atkinson is I s.
had as a week-end guest last week children, and Paul Neill arrived on
hostess at the park lodge Ceo. Bentley ot Gainesville, Thursday from East Bend N. c. ,
; for the winter. 11I1111II1111111111111 iIiD
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird will I ''ti1111111' II
Mr. and Mrs. W. a Mill hadas I I -
have as a week-end guest this Daniel Di Marco and Joe Screeda -
week their nephew, L. D. Jones, guests on Tuesday Mn. Lee I arrived Monday from Boston
Thlgten and Mn Ernest Kamabe
Jr.. of Jacksonville. and the New York world'i fair.
of Montgomery, Ala., and MnCha .
.. Steven of Miami.
Mr. and Mn. Frank Llndeman Sam Cordllla returned Monday

of Leesburg and son, Frank, Jr.. from Bay Pines hospital much Improved -
Mrs. A. J.
and Jack visited friends: in Home- Campbell and daughters In health.
stead several day this week. Misses Annette and Jeannette ---'-
returned last week from Miss Carolyn Beam ot Cherry,

Mr. and 1.11'1. R. E. Sherard Widesboro, N. C. vllle. N. c., will leave on Friday

moved yesterday from the Renbar after a visit with her uncle and
apartment on First avenue to N. Mrs. C. A. Underwood of .Naranja aunt..Mr. and Mr*. A. B. Carpenter -
W. Tenth street. and Ann Thomas, left Tuesday .
for a visit with friend and -

Mr. and Me, *-. Charles Glenn and [relative id Macon. .'Oscar..and J.; V. Clonlnger and I

Carl and IbMilas ra tam*. f_ all Ceo. Davis arrived on Monday
W Kathleen, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Camp visited 'herbrotherInlaw from: Athens,Term. I I


'Robert-Glenn.Mrs.Ciena1 Wra.. parents MuaaelwUt. ,:. Mr, .mad and.*Mr.. Mr*.. B.P.JJMd.bI end(.sisitt to Miami. JUr.Bus.day. and.! Mr and Wednesday Mrs Frank, attic Caragnanlarrived having ,Yqur" jChildren's' '. Health I '. :


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'of Redland announce-the birth otan ;

eight and one-halt pound girl '
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Patricia Arllne. the Poet Graduate -

hospital on Sunday. .t children Milk In the '
GIVE your morning, at

Mr. Dan Smith and daughter. i between meals, and at night beforeretiring. .
IFVggy, left Monday for their home
They need the healthgivingquali .
in St. .L ule after visiting Mr.
A Smith's brother-in-law and slater, Spend lass an.th trip.., ties found in such large quantities In this 'delicious -

t Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Hiekaon. ; Spend the Barring; whe yen get there I drink.

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SAMPLE ROUND TRIP FARES the elements necessary for one's good health

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Prompt service on >all> TAMPA .... miLADfLPHIA IL"NNW .
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REDLAND STATION

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Friday, September 1, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pare Seven
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BREWER facilities for the general use of Brodl of Redland. He will bring than one year Cost of license Is
the pioneers It was during these four other act with him. 50 cent for private operator and FLOYWATSON.JH
two days that everyone "pitchedIn" The Business and Professional $1 for chauffeur
for the good of the communty Women's Club had charge of the The law require that every licensee -
(Continued from Pap One) Krome avenue Kings highwayand preparations for the beauty contest shall have his operator or (Continued from Page One)

erlM-CTOuef this sections of Redland road were and will direct Its presentation chauffeur license In his immediate Indication that his Injuries were
way area. Hewas
one of the early president of among the enduring highways that at the theater. Out-of-town persons possession at alLtlme when of a serious nature. At 9 o'clock
Mr. Brewer assisted In constructing yet to be named will be
the Bankof) Homestead operating motor vehicle and shall Friday night however, be was
judge of the event display the same, trJ8n demand ofa taken to the Post Graduate hoe-
Almost from the time of Mi arrival The Brewers were In the Red. The glories of the lime and avocado Justice of the ( officer pltal where an x-ray examination \
la this section until several lands only several months when will be unfolded meeting* or field d"kel revealed a skull fracture. He died
year ago Mr. Brewer engaged In they had their first taste of a hurricane of civic club her and In Miami. of the department !All) .peace officers at midnightThe '
the raising of fruit He retired It devastated the keys area Speaker from the Bedland District are charged with tba enforcement -: boy was a member of the
because of Ul
health. and swept the Lion Club and the Homestead away pine forestsof act "cN Sunday school of the First Baptist ,
There were only It: families In the Redlands, and while the Rotary Club will be on the Revenue derived from the sale Church: of Homestead and wa a
:Radiant and one In Homestead property damage was great, there program at meetings of similar of drivers' license, after deducting pupil at the school at Canal Point,
when Mr. Brewer arrived with I was no loss of life. Miami dub expenses, goes Into a fund where hit father farms In the
Mrs. Brewer In 1903. They had Mrs Brewer is her husbands for the support of the state road winter.
been married eight yean before at only Immediate survivor. State Will Start War patrol created by the legislature Is
:Atlantic City N. J. Mrs. Brewer Beside his parents, Floy survived 1
was Miss Cora Clark of Meadville, On Gulf Coast Dog: Fly by a brother James Archer,
:Pa. CARE or OIL STOVE 6. The grandson of Mr. and Mrs

The first stop of Mr. and Mr FRUIT WEEKContinued Crestview, Au,. 31 (FNS- For best service from a kerosene W. D. Home, Floys mother, the
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Brewer in Florida Fort Walton will be established stove, keep it standing level former Miss Loretta Home was
In
was Miami.On headquarter for an army of clean the wick once a week and the first white child bom In
the May Day of their arrival
they set about making ( from Page One) worker from the State Agricultural replace promptly with new one Homestead.
preparations
for their trek into the Red- which will be dispensed free limeade Experiment Station in a concerted when they burn down, flush out
lands. They purchased mules, Is nearing completion in the drive to eradicate the dog regularly with clean kerosene and
afarm
wagon, a crate of chickens, north end of Legion Park oppositethe fly, dreaded late summer pest on drain before storing it for any ANT.* AV
two dogs, Implements and provisions Redland Hotel O. B. Parker this gulf coast area, Bob Slkes, length of time oJI
for themselves and the anI- and Paul Reynolds are making the state representative. said last week.
mals. The next day they started cask. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts Dr. A. N. Ttssot, veteran workerIn
south and arrived at their desti- will serve the beverage the field of entomology. will be I Installations
nation three days later The beauty contest, from which In command of the force. The 'Plumbing

Mr. and Mrs. Brewer stayed will emerge Queen Lime-Avocado, federal government is establishinga
is ready for Its the branch laboratory to the
presentation on study
quite a while at the home of Wale and
stage of the local theater. Registration habits of the dog fly at Panama I RepairsPLUMBING
ter Tweedell, who lived in a log
for the event has been City. Control of the dog fly lead-
cabin near the alto of their homestead
closed, with of ten will add from one-fourth
names young en say,
had
They purchased a relinquishment -
from the original women listed They are: I to onethird to the length of the I SUPPLIES
homesteader. Miss Margaret AlbrightMiss gulf coast summer tourist season
Lucille Driggers .

made The of first rough Brewer, unplaned home lumber.was Miss Miss Alma Phyllis Jane Parman.Llndgren. DRIVER'S LICENSE 1 Solar Water: Systems Furnished and Installed

An old log cabin was used while Miss Jeanne !:by. e .
their permanent home was under Miss Almeda Roberts -
FIIA Modernization Loans
construction at Waldln drive and: i
Miss LaNell Roger (Continued from Page One)
Redland road. The present Brewer I Miss Vera Delk. number assigned to a county for NO DOWN PAYMENT. IP TO II MONTHS TO PAT
home at the same alto has long Miss Mary Therklldson. tags will be the Initial number
been a show place of the Redland Miss Moaely Sever. 'used on Its drivers' license Dad .

District The outstanding eye-ful of the County wIn have "1" for its Initial Free EstimatesSPECTER'S
Mr. Brewer assisted in constructing bevy of beauties will be crowned number, Duval County; "2", and
many of the original the queen. Two runners-up will the state office at Tallahassee will'
roads of this vicinity; In the early be named ladle In waiting use '68"Licenses.
day, the- county"made no provisions Suitable prizes will be presented will be Issued without
for the settlers because there Her Highness and her attendants examination to any person not disqualified -
were= .- tuea forthcoming from The selection of the queen will under the provision of
this section. It was the custom of follow a vaudeville program to be the act who furnishes evidence Crosley Radios, Refrigerators and Autos

the homesteaders to set aide two presented by Steve Brodie of that he has previously operated a HORNS: BUXJ. HOMESTEAD,FLA. PHONE
day per week when the need Miami, former minstrel man with motor vehicle in a satisfactory
arose to make roads and other Al G. Fields And son of W. M. manner for a period of not less
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WILD MECTINO: SET are difficult to xertart but treatment

The QuiU at $Jblufi may prove satisfactory, In
Acolyte
Hints to tome case Usually the perspiration
It II EplMDpal Oiuna! will hold an oQI'to
r Social Events Sanitation meeting at 11:19 o'clock of the body fit acid but old

tills morning stain may be ,Julies due to de

HousewivesPERSPIRATION Composition Follow direction

I" for reD\O'VlJlr-eddl oft fresh per-

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!l HONOR MRS. FRED RED: I The Calendar \ IN CLOTHtNOBy alkalies on old one*. Add stains,

Mr 21. t', McDaniel wa hostess I 1 i ""-"* If neutralized by light spongingwith
to the Rain or Shin Club at a Sept. LrCovered dish luncheonof CJarfne Belcher a weak solution of ammonia,
Extension Clothlog SpecialistDuring
luncheon toil Friday at the Katz Eplacop Auxiliary with Mr*. hydrogen peroxide or soda, may
handkerchief I become leas distinct or even jrctnoved. -
Tea Boom In Redland. A -
W. & Bird at U10.:
out warm summer we
Common acids such M
hover wu given Mr*
1 Sept -Townaend Club meet must exercise special car: to protect
in honor at her birthday lemon Juice colorless vinegar
Fred Bedd
Neva School
anniversary lag la King Cooper FORUM out clothing from perspiration and acetic add ace often effective -
at 110: o'clock. If we are to have a fresh cool.
I In alkali tains.
treating Soap
duett present were: .frt. J L.
I Sept. 4.--*feetlng of B. V. W. C. Although nature
crisp appearance. and water followed fey exposure
J. M Burton Mr
Burton, Mm. Sept 4.-Meeting 1If Junior provided'this means of
Loimi Hood Mrt. Bevo Webb, I B" ABKCK COJtDOJfrtrOOO ha to aim, generally will bleach stains
assisting the body to stay cool in
Mr*. Helen Heckler Mn. Frank jWOII\aII.o. meeting of W. staining follows the tuna I hot _thee, perspiration otter's from washable materials
Skill Mr*. Julian H. Webster Mrs. TT procedure whether Sol* I* to Constant To remove perspiration stainson
to clothe -
ift H. Leh m.n. Mn. Cart Deden, t MeetuK of W. M. V. fee ibellaa, vanish or lacquer. I many problem garment which cannot be
Sept because
Mn. T. J. Faust, Mr*. W. K.Rheney Scrape aad sand _feat it remove I attention is necessary laundered sponge the stain when
Circle an defeats. perspiration if allowed to remain
I fresh with a bleach which will not
Frank B. Rue and
Mrt. Sept. I -Meeting of American fin nail boles dents eta, with in garment, discolors, rot, pro Injure the textile fiber. Hydrogen
Mn. Redd. Legion Auxiliary Legion hall crack tiller such t* plastic wood erstlok duces unpleasant odor and cause
Sept 7.-Meeting of Presbyterian thallao.and to sisters an eyes disownfartTh peroxide and potassium perman-
; usually the most
ganate are preen
JENNIE: LOBDELL CIRCLE Auxiliary In manse. Judson.stale
with keg e.strokes safest method 1* to select tical and satisfactory. Repeat If
HOLD CANDY!' BALM: 13. Meeting of University
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removlag surplus attic several min- washable garment for the sum necessary If the stain I* JIInlaI
A candy tale win be held downtown Club with Mrs. Howard Johnson rise with dry rag rubbing with mer wardrobe a* perspiration la tent, an experienced dry -cleaner
Saturday It was decided at at 8 o'clock. grsla. Allow at least six hours to. easily removed by laundering. may fee able to remove It
the meeting of the Jennie LoMeU Sept *X-Meeting of Redland dry.
Other successful methods of
Follow with green War solaced t* I
Home Demonstration: Club.
Circle Monday night at the homeof
avoiding damage from perspiration
Butch stdn-pests on open grained
of Jennie
Mn. R. 3. Elliott t Sept. 2S.-MeeUn weeds, liquid ea weed having smallporea are to use sheer lining across Homestead' Oldest
A count of tenon on family LobdeU Circle with Mia Helen .Rub surface with palm of hand the shoulders of dresses, built up Barber Shop
religion will be studied by the Livingston. to pack: pores Then wipe with rag slips, and dress shields, and use
claw beginning In October. They scram grain, removing surplus from commercial The

will be taught by Mr*. J. J. Rich- I UNIVERSITY CLUB 'TO MEET surface to dry. and corner Allow U hour new water-repellent preventatives fabric offer D. L. BOWEN

ardt. WITH MRS. HOWARD JOHNSON Apply at least three cacti at desired some resistance to perspiration.The .
The mission study book. The The University Club will meet finish material wading fee sue action of perspiration com-
Invincible Advance," was finished face between coat with (4 papez.' bined with beat end sunlight. Is HAIRCUT 4e
at S o'clock Wednesday evening
Rub allowing Anal coat with SHAMPOO 4fl
at the meeting. At the next meeting I
highly destructive to fiber Textile
September IS, at the borne of Mrs. Awns and oil before
Picnics application : MASSAGE: 4e
at the home of Mil Helen weakened freshness
fiber are ,
Howard Johnson. After a. short of wax.Polls I
Livingston a modern version of l business meeting a social hour surface with soft doth. I of the fabric la loaf, and color COOL AND 8ANRAITKxpert
the book will be studied. will be held. Q.-Our coaMramliig store Is wow often become faded, burnt and and eeuieea .....
TheM present were: Mr*. A. M. out Can we obtain FUA nedemlsatlonJoaa perhaps ctained. A trial will be MfraeUMi. I
Login Mr*. Bruce Innls, Mn to caver Installation ef MWgumodeir Colon changed by perspiration Me
i Jason Avery, Mn. Lloyd Field, The American Legion Auxiliarywill
A.-fltoves, fefrigeratorfcv washing
meet on Wednesday Sept G-
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Mrs. Hindman. lira Richard -
anal lmss, Ne. are not covered by
at the Legion halL
*. Mia Louder! MU-Uvlng-
4 JTlA. loan Only Axtures and equip.
stop and Mr*. Elliott: sisal aoaaldsred permanent aN
I LANNT' LEFT HONORED eligible THE DIXIE DRUG
OH SECOND BIRTHDATMr .- hatmaterll will provide eat
REDLAND LADIES" AID and durable sink lining and drainage
MEET AT MIAMI BEACH B. U. Lau entertained In tystem for chemicals used la develop- JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON

t The'1\edltinct Lad....' Aid at the honor of the second birthday anniversary ling and prbittag paetegrsphs to boondarkroom Uesjaestrsd.Fla. rhea.. 2d.ad alai .
I of her eon Lanny Martin ?
Redland Community Church pent at their hen on Tuesday. Af-Uat the sink with I tts.ebeov.
Thursday at Jut weelr In Miami leal sheet lead. For further .....--
Beach a* guests of Mn. Ceo. W. Game were played on the lawn tloa Install lead trap and pip U cacry .
Turner, Jr., at 1229 Colllni avenue and favor of balloon were given. off the waste liquids.
A covered dish luncheon wu A birthday cake was cut and Lead Is highly resistant. is BtmtograpU -
served on tbt beach served with punch and candy. chemical solutions which
corrode sinks and
may ordinary
ThoM attending wen: Mrs I Small guest present were Ren- pipe:

Frank W. Stil man, Mr*. Ann nle Marie and Barbara Mark, U joints an neeesssry, they should Nil PINT
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Meenmlth Mn. M. M. Ramsey Billy Loaner Rose Marie McClung, be welded, rather than soldered ai >

Mr*. A. W. January and the Rev. Betty Lou Harrison, Gloria and older may be corroded. MILK of MAGNESIA aid:
C. Q. Nelson. Alfred Sllverman Junior and Edward -
Iand Allan UM.

HELEN SCHROEDER HONORED Other guest present were: Mr*. ruu PINT iwztssrRUBBING

ON NINTH BIRTHDAY Chat. Barnes, Mr*. Herman Mark, ALCOHOL
Mrs. J. E. McClung. Mr. Roberta
Mrs. hit Schroeder entertained
Harrison and Mia Louis Barnes
!I. honor of the ninth birthday anniversary What a Volvo to lave to BOTH lot

of her daughter Helen, 0e4k6. 4641.
MR. AND MRS. W. E. JENNESS 6z C.r *WWI
Tuesday of last week at their Retail la MA el M fIn
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GIVE
l home In Florida City. .e.is that's taw bad Irfll.nH. rented R fc.Ue .
After game were played, refreshments Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Jennei entertained rP4vdy Alwlwl b N>* CM iiiw4 Mader and it Ui
of Ice cream cake and at a spaghetti dinner attheir 60 *44601 04e4..estt.
punch were served. home on Longview road on r
Th hostess was assisted by Miss Thursday of last week. Dancingand

Athley Kemp. fortune telling were enjoyed. 0ONtb I
Those present were: Jackie and Those present were: Miss Florence ---- "SANI-I'ED LIQUID FUNGI-KEX
Jenness, Mia Ruth SteffanI, ,
Paula
Kemp, Jean and Bobble
Anderson Albert Newton, S. O. Miss Ovelda Garrett Jack Glascox, TM Mde fclaey. with low For the treatment and prevention of

and Virginia Woods, Glenn A. O. Buck and Mr. and Mrs. Jew bear epee, R has been Tins e Athlete's Foot-oOc
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Schroeder Mill Kemp, the hoSued nor -
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and Mr*. Sehroeder.t .
at an sum W. ftemom I

The Auxiliary- fit Jehn'i Dr. It Elliott J Shells, Tbermlqa CtwielgBalWavea KLENZOSHAMPOO Cocoanut Oil

Episcopal Church win hold a covered
dish luncheon meeting at UM CHIROPRACTOR Lu" __ 71w% radices c:..
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wnler at 11.30 o'clock this after Hora ....... Homestead HIKE'SPARLOR BIMJW!

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par se3w from your hair. KLENZO I* produced -

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W* met mail order house prices = .rail Spate

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Fritter. September 1.. 19:19.: ., ". *., .THEiLEADER-ENTERPISE Par Nine
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__. District Tennis Meeting
3DIAMONDBALL I LOCAL SOFTBALLSTARS
Delicacies: for Labor DayBy Reaches Half Way Mark

'a in TEAMS AGAIN IN I OFF FOR Elimination sets In the annual

Redland District Tennis tournament -

:old FIRST PLACE TIE: NATIONAL MEETMargaret Wednesday reached night the and half-way two mark more:

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group will be played off before

one Three team of the local dia- "Sonny" .... pitcher fee lad *f tile melons tomorrow
ermaadbaU league again are ecu* and Mary Mlstretta Ian fielder. night
tor jags ladder top a resultthe stand* Homestead members .f Miami U DM Wednesday sight ">.n'.
aa games Beech's state cbtftptouhlp team set* Asset ....... von from
JIM'ins Monday and Friday nights. South Or Pepper Wednesday started Henry Olsen Arthur Hemming
Ile Miami, Brooker and Perrine are northward on a trek: which will from Carlton Sweet, Carl Dedea
on the high" perch, each with four end at the national tournament at tram W. H. Wood. Verne Turner
may games won and three lost Horn i Chicago next Wednesday. from Douglas Tower, A. M. Logan
re- Is it the bottom with two won and Tomorrow and Sunday Miss from Wilbur Free, A. A. Logan

:: flv ,JostBo MTTY BARCLAY I Berger and Mis MUtretta will from Garland Wyiux Mart 0.ler .-
'ct; the first came of the double- play. with the Dr. Pepper team In from Ben Benson and BIB
wklu. Pile la sherbetbees
labor Cay:! may mean your lastpicnic beaten lt
lap header Monday night South Miami *f the season, It may be a *.CfclU. serves .. exhibition game at Louisville. Ky, Payne !boat A. Jt1 em.
Jre woo from Horne. 8 to.1. Things *Wa4e" day m year ham*.,It maybe '',i >>?'..% >,Tiptoe*) and Monday will participate la aa In ..' women's sets Cecelia
Ins war of a goose egg nature until foonnTaaiT 4ar. No matter how ,.- exhibition gaaae at OnounaU. Harper won from Claudia Ames,
the third Inning when South you celebrate ..'roe win be Inlets ffebtMBOon: tttck-MttUag tap- The learn I II due SB Chicago Wednesday Margaret Ames from Nina Pearl
ins Miami started the scoring with lead in the following recipe JOT tl4' to'sular' morning for the tournament Bush, and Alt Webster from
be two men ,crossing the home bag aisual.pvH-lOma dished that of BUT them be quickly In too -H.teaspoon salt '. drawings.The Eleanor Payne
Home mad it* single bid in the cool of till morning before ...poMmlel' MJantf Beach team, which Winner in the last two group
len they .
not fifth, while two runs were marked C1tp1lAt of the day begins >> I cups seamed pear Mei and water bit won six state titles In eight will compete until two players.
up for the other side.. The South .. I .batss. canned pears out ta halves yean successfully defended its main for the final fame. The winner -
;'en Club Pratt IHatsj # .*.. Maa eberries, oat to
;0- Miamlana made their, other run in (lerv** 1) ....:, :-"htll. crown August 20 at Orlando In the of the last game will be declared

, :- the sixth. iii lane seetlon of a grill plate, ,U cup aiaraacblne cherry: juke state tournament by defeating champion and will be
If Tuggles, pitching for South place a banana, split lengthwise and | **biij>ooai lemon juice Greater Gulf Beaches from St. awarded a silver loving cup.
I.. Miami fanned nine, men and allowed dipped: In crane,Juice.to nt Combine cooking tapioca Petersburg "Sonny Berger led
seven free walks. Hall, dlMoloratloa. Top?bananaT with 4 MUMK-tM,,lBfr.. and pear Juice her mates to a S-to-0 win. Goodness!
er local hurler, struck out eight and orange siloes. and water in saueepaa and min Following the Orlando game the
walks. In smaller sections of laterplao welt: Bring mixture quickly to a A church in lUddlctown. N. J,
_ permitted no two Homestead
I large cooked prunes! sinned -Kdr-boU ever direct heat stirring player went la supported by meney left by
The other game of the night was eottac* cheese. moistened will ooBStaatlr. Remove from ..... (Mixture named member of sn ll-tatte Captain Kldd. the pirate.-Ex.Be .
a Close! affair with Perrine taking rang* Jutes several walnut.halved will be thla. Oe net ........olc.) dlamondball team selected by a
the long end of a 4-to-3 score from and t or 4 daU*. Add pwrs, cbenies, cherry Juice, committee of coaches and sportswriter
Brooker. It was anybody's: came Oeldsn Pineapple' Dnasliia"1' \ and Minot juice. Cool stirring oa *. !
up'until the fifth Inning with each ,tt cup eacar jn: e Onellprshfztare thickens at itcools. Miss Berger and Miss Mlstretta sate thai rear eye* are a* ilow"
1 tablespoon cornstarch :JE> CbUl' 'BIT with cream, tt tend a* year brakee--have them
side possessing-two markers. In : .. were accompanied on their northern I
S egg yolks desired. sense at toad ease Hell yew
the last of the seventh two Perrlne 1H cap cannsd wasweteiw4t tHawatlaa trip, by the pi&cIIw'a1,
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man-crossed the plate. pineapple julog Her*'* an Ideal thirst quencher Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Berger. DR. F. P. ARCHER
Pitching honor were about even tablespoons lemon. Juice' Jot the Labor Dar party. KrtryMecaa : Mrs. Bulk Sykes Lev, formerlyof AND SON
in the tilt Caves, of the local H cup batter enjoy extra cups without losing Homestead but now of Jacksonville
team,.struck out five and walked M teaspoon salt ..*later because the decaffeinated will Join the team at Gainesville CoautiHUuJ OptometrUtslU4W.rU4krBCMlunl.na.
six while Dea of Perrine fanned .U Combtn cap whipping sugar and cream"oorastSiMC to.e b.* I .tr-MTen percent of Friday and play with them in .
five and four-balled four. Each add nightly beaten egg yolks.. 8ttr caffala. ramored, the tourney.
;
s team made three errors. In trait Juices and "tter. Cook on- Iced Coffee & I ETM It .a ITO w.- merdD4eeew
Borne 11 to win til thick sad sseotk ever boiling (Percolator Uetbod al..n ts..d 'I
rang up runs
high schools which have not h.dl|
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Removeat of
ataaU, i
water stirring
tablespooa : .esa/rta.M
Use m heaping
from Perrlne Friday night. The ..
the sufficient number of gabbed &
once, add salt aDd eooL When .. men ori
ground decaffeinated coffee tor .okCUP
losers took four run for their thoroughly chilled told Into stiffly (Vi Pint) or water. Poor sold equipment to play 11-man |I
.br*. beaten eretm. This dressing Is dollcloo water Into pot of percolator. Bet
It might have been the errors sewed with trait sated com percolator basket In pot and pat
that did it for the Perrlne men. pm.tions. coffee In It Corer. Let percolate ,
They made six mistakes during the Yield: Approximately 1H ,pint slowly and gently 10 to 11 minutes.To .
Came, while their foes tallied only ttrasslng.Wfry ( obtain fall It"oatJa at d.
Chocolate Puddinga caffein ted eoffe*.percolate U to 10mlnatM. 3
A.;: "ono ; : chocolate .) Pour coffee "JT eraeked .
wsweeteBed
"The, spectator were treated to sqnarea
', three home runs. Young short JU cups domed(1 milk can)* ,sweetened cots Ice.lead coffee Buy be made by. any

fielder for Home, made a circuit M cup water other method t.o. steeped drip or I
clout with another man on base I egg whites boiled, cuing the same proportion I
M Moore, catcher for Perrlne and Melt Chocolate top of double of ootfeo and water Kitrmtr nf th I
Edwards, his teammate at the boiler. Add sweetened condensed coffee la necessary en account of I aMAKE t .
milk and stir over boillag water I the melting Ice. Always as freshly I
short stop position, each made the
.... Remove made toffee. Iced
minutes until mixture tbtck. 'f."m'i: i ROOMS .
Circle on a single swat from are and add water. Let I leftover cold coffee
South Miami took a 5-to-J victory cool about minutes. Fold In stiffly i Istactorr. I BRIGHTER
over Brooker in the other
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fame Friday night 'national magazines in September
The South Miamlans put the NEW BOOK SHOWS I'Phillip formerly played on the
Indian sign on their opponents by ,Stetson University and Universityof
bringing In four run in the first KEY PLANS OF6MANFOOTBALL I, Minnesota teams Since hU
Inning. The lumber lacks I graduation from college be hot
couldn't seem to bring more than ,coached also at Wildwood and
one man in during an Inning. 'Vero Beach. At Monticello he ,
They chalked up tallies in the second 'Introduced the combined scheduleof
fourth and fifth South I' half 11-man and half six-man
Miami got Its fifth run in the Tallahassee Aug. 31.--Six-man 'football which be estimates half
third. football which was lint Introduced 'of the 75 schools playing sixmanthis )]J&TI 1r aD
Carter second sacker for South In Florida four year ago at I I year will use MontlceUo
Miami and Johnson left fielder the demonstration school of Flor-l and the demonstration school team : (

(Continued on Page Eleven) Ida State College ls the subject. of here figured in the lint night
a book Just published by Herbert game of this sort ever staged in Rooms finished In paint Tarnish enamel l, or lacquer -
Boy Scouts Spend Four Phillips, of MontlceUo, who Florida only last year
make homemakiiig match easier. Let
was a student at the state college i Chief of so us
advantage the six-
Days on Camping: Trip ,,during the summer session just. 'j!,man game are that it U much show you color samples of what paint can do In
ended. faster than ll.man since there is I Interior decoration.
Members of the Homestead troop The book U entitled "Deception.
more open field running end I
I pass-
of Boy Scouts returned home
In Six-Man Football" and feature
Ing and is more suited to smallMfVUSMICf
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Monday after camping last Thun- the use of the daabto-wing back

dpy and Friday night near Marathon -' which Phillip la crtdttM I wflft Paint can make a dark room brighter-or tone
and. Saturday and Sunday adapting to the six-man cams' .7>a:XSoltdct.
nights at Key West The publication la on**. ot a'tohvparattvely down sun-grlare on the! wall.
Those who made the trip were few-writtott-oo:.'*ab* I Iii.

Can Jernlgan, Rufus Ashley,1 Ject and consist of Tl page. and It can make your home easier to luNisekeep,"
Sonny Peters Jack Harris, Sammy or illustrated with diagram and eatery
Harris, Tommy Little Lake Proc picture of key plays. II I too-with smooth, brilliant floors easy-to-

tor. Fred Rhodes, Billy Dickinson The author Is coach,and tatist, ue,. t/ dean woodwork ., washable ..1b.
and Arthur Hall -
at
ant principal MonUertlo and .-
The boys were in the charge of has written two articles OA "
Henry Brookar. Jr. scoutmaster, man football-wkbii ...". fill: r; When yo*ec.orate. combine both the beau;

sad Sparkman Holding, assistant tiful and Medlar practical- paint.
scoutmaster. They. went in"'the I\K-1 4J \ -use

.tatl wagon of Mr. Brooker and Dr, Leonard W. v e, Ton eait.pallor: redecorating, Monthly, on the
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Safety := .
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. r I .I-trhe. -I I DIAMDBALL' CLASSIFIED ADS -

ChurchesBAPTIST ;
on(the Continued same team From hit Fag double.*) Nine) A ; I

,single error was mad by South RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion '

Miami, while Brooker made two. 84 a line

CHURCH r..ebina at 11 .. m. and 7iM a. m.BILVCR The scoresFRIDAY:
Junior LMne at .:la w a.I HI Loguea,50 A'in.
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#OMKDTBaD-Dr. / B ...._ pan.tor. ., ..1 a"lor Inese at ''Io.. er _ilihn AB ft BH PO A I FOR RENT
Sunday aakool M S 149 at.I pnoob Pryer .wales AI 1190 .. ... w.-. Can*, .. Ik ... 4 t 1 I I 'BUSCELLANSOUS.1
Uw at II .. m and TtM p. ': ... T Thowm., *f, Ik. S I t 4
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at *:H 5. aa, Preys.../ .02d.44 PALM-Th I. B Wnllor, C: Biilllvaa. It 4 1 1 0 3-BEDROOM apartment furnished -
., ,... .. .. paator.. Sunday aekool onry Sunday al C. .. ...... Sk I I e I I e PLAN A HEALTH VACATIONthis
10 a..1 proackln. mrvtcol on fires, laird or unfurnished. Inquire Kll-
Klnnrd. otOrnkam ( I I I I year U you have arthrlit.rhewnaUam. ,
.COVL )$-TIM ..... Numb P.t..a, pew sad UU Sunday at U > .. and 1,141 .. .. E..... ..... I. I I gore Seed "Hotnestead. (SI) constipation add
GuySaaday shod" at I a. parbl.get rfSkorard .a. ,
it sS TOO :'.. :"t. PRINCVTON-Tka ..*. i. B, Walkr '" atM.thk a 1 1 1 I stomach heart trouble asthma
at10 M. Prato ""ke.I'... P. a. later, Preambles at t .. K.I foods of 0 FOR RENT-Furnished apart.ment -
Jiod.....,. othool at 10.PLo.mA. Wittk.ato. :: .:. .:.. : t r aU etafltV, clean cool Indigestion stomach ulcers e*.
........p. ... . .1 t I turn or any other ailment
Bedroom living room dinette
CATHOLIC crrr COMMUNITY CBIRCB .. is4 -4 isv com to gorgeous N. C. this sun*
Totals 2M bath in
-Tko Kor C. O. Nelson _..... Chunk ; daybed living room.
shed. M 1* .. M., nraachlni at TiM, p. ... Plenty. ot closet Reasonable mer. Write Mgr., Sun tt IMA
CRUNCH or TEE SACKED: BRART Midwest projrora and bible Study Wodi Miami AN R aw 1'0 A E: ipace. Health 1(1
ft E. BooMid nuvauo, HoBoatoadl tko Ita*. day M T llO, '''-.. Ib, p ..... rent Eva Colllru Biscayne Resort Rt No. t, Bolt
Jam** c........... __. Sunday Mam at Tunloa, Ik .. .....? I f I | and High Point N. C. tRENT
I .. ..1 week 4ar maoi at Ti4l dally BI: UND COMMUNITY CRDRCHTk c. Carter. af ..... .i:. I | 4 '0 drive Federal Highway.
I Bondny school Sunday followlnc ..Vlorknaaa. .... C. O, platoon. _..... Chunkokoal c. W. Carter, p. .... I j i e I 0CroakNR YOUR
Communion lor woo... Ua first 1.Jeb..a. Ib .., I i t FOR RENT-Smal cottage; turn HOUSE--turn
at li praarklnt al Hi Bpworth' If ........:: t 1 1 :
.many of Month for mm and boya. .... -t or
staged. Sunday of month.; Holy hoar Tfciw Loon at ISO. Midweek .RWrtESBTTEIlIAN and I Rutnboaaar a ........ I f fished; In good repair. Mrs. C
day W. firM Krii-r of _u.. M 4MI Bihl.t. ":Thursday M fU. nr.: i.t.r'..: ..: s j ; : : : F. Compton, tit N. W. Fourth 'round clients. Benjamin t ft

ii:.:r.now a-dOur flnt BlaniidCHfJSTIAN Fewer.at. too. .a.seem m CHTJECIIOMMTtAOKrote I Wobh, .f ... .... I .* I .. .' street (a4tf) Morris broker N.registered Krome ave.real, next atUli I*

r..w Tow*... ........._.. ..1| | II IInnlnaa GOOD cool roomy apt for rent, Baptist Church. (JulIan
ynn M N.
SCIENCE CHURCH .nrort. Tk Ron Ooo. H. Rick.. Nth.. II" 4 I Private bath reasonable rate.
Bible arkool at I* a. Braokor __.- I t HOME laundry Mrs. Jernlga
-I pronrhln .. Miami 1 t t r t : Ask at Western Union (mint)
FLORIDA CIT1'-8d. end II... a, a., Scene paopICi nwotlni nt t>M p. aL laG S. Emma Ave. ;<
Krook 1u..IoooI.fI.. m for Tw kao> kite. C. W. Carter Jokmoa
i FOR RENT-Furnished bungalow
410 under 10 Peen of MnffntngOTtoa Sept S.Monilnr sermon .
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bee hallo offt Forks
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at II .'.1..... Wednesday ormlniKl.lco with fireplace hot water new INDEPENDENT, earn a wort
subject 0ornsi eforming Duties Carter a. off Poaoorb II atnwk ..I, by ,
> which include teitlmoiilaJi of koal.ln I F-ochl by C. while salary and Improve yoijr
I. W. Carter fcr Pcaoo.1 ll electric refrigerator and stove
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> and ..p neol and remarks on Chrlttiin Desires.. klta off, C. w. Carter I In S S.I Innl,...
present business by taking tK
........ I n. m. Tb* public la cordially off Peacock I In I 1-1 Innlnn. wtmpltehor ... Fruit trees In yard. Inquire
Invited to ....... C. W. Carter ......... Leader-Enterprise, course la dietetics, either II l>
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41 Sept, lWl/nMn-Berme.11 American Boy Magazine I j resident student or corresponffnce. -

: topic! "I..." AB R BH PO Ap'toid'Th" Ie FOR RENT-Connecting rooms In For details' writ Mgt,
Companion Thousands MtotrMta It I I | I 01 business section. Bargain to Martha Washington School fit
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CHURCH OF CHRIST Barrow. aa..., ,... I I I 14 .1 right commercial: firm or tenant Dietetics, Rt No. 1. Box 111
O. Campboll. Ib .. ... t I I I
office desk High Point N. C.SITUATJON .
ROMKBTIAD: -Flnt u.... and. N. W. Hundreds of thousands of boys Chonklro. ...._. .. 4 .. I I 4 I 0 seeking or space. :
J Flftk ot_ Bible study at 14 .. m i aom and young men read THE AMERICAN You.,. af .. a a e Address C. S., care Leader-En-
....Ioa. fellowship and praacktnc ..t MrDanM' .r: :: :: 4 I I I I .
11.. m. BOY-Magazine every month ,uwk............... I terprise. WANTEtf i
Anderson, of ?......, J I { I } J
and consider it more at a living Hall p .. .............. .. 4 0Totals. FOR SALE
CmmCHOFGOD companion than B magazine. I MAN AND FAMILIY wanton wol'\
I .. _.._..... II 11.1 I I
BOMBBTIAA-M H W. thing nvonuat 'It'i *i much a buddy to me ai 10 ACRES GLADE LAND FOR orange grove. Address Geo,

tile .o>. C... Q. Ooplto.r-vroaxMn nnnur.n* .It BaiiaiyWkoolvteiMmo ..,in.ndltMn.ni my neighborhood chum" write.one Porrln .-Al I *R KM I PO I A R* SALE-Tracts IT and IB, Block E Cox gen. delivery, Homo\*

.; tenter Y. BASS t ,_'. high school senior "The B: Campball.\. Ib .... I I I f 0 2, 15-57-39. This land la on the stead. (pall: > ;
-.. ." f lit p.nam.wPw7w.a..r Martin at .. .-...._ I { *
AMERICAN BOY seems to under. north side of Mowry street Just
.In*. I n>. W.ds.dy.CHURCH M. 1100'". a ............. I 1 I 4 I *
stand a boy'i problem and considers lid..... .. _. I I I I 1 beyond the 3-mile road. Price
OV.THE: NAZAEENE: ,- them in Tondrtek. af, Ib .. i 1 75 Land dOle WANTEDA !!
luch a sympathetic .... :.:: : ? : Is | per. acre by

(.OkUST AD-Tka _.'.WI';"&*** wide helpful way. It gives Advice I. B7Mol"lt! ....._ I 0 1 0 0 Is priced at f 100 per acre. Taxesare TUTORING WANTED :
Imniona. IkMaaan ..... .. .. 0 0 0 1 I 2 tit*
Passing.ndy aokakr-at>**>a nont amd entertaining- reading and have good title.
.-..e U a. ... mad '1M .5...1*.1 on every Ik ..,_w._? : : : : : 1 paid school and grade school subject! 1
No'X. ? ...and J.ntor' millM -.t ,.flP' subject in which B young-fellow Is Lktl.dd .. : Terms $300 cash balance 1, :I Mrs. H. J.
".1,;**--JN- MaUns.w.d.mday*unnlw .intemted. It 1 ls particularly help. Ooa. s..a I' 0 8 1 and 3 years. Interest 8%. P. Armstrong A. .at ;1

;17N p. a.PRINfRTORTM. fur in iports. I made our school T......... ._..... .. it II r 1 Q. Box 732 Homestead Fla. Plummer drive and Collate 'j
IU.. .. P. ., Club road. '
__. nofcool ,4l mmkliaat basketball team because of play '..1... I I S I f
) ds.y ud tay000 p. m. J.nUr ing tips I read In THE AMERI- H..I 1.0. 1 a1'.rNa LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for home
IOaMn9 .: .;M! room'paonlr't awotlv 'CAN BOY." : ......... 0 a 0 s 0 cooked foods cakes, pies, salads CLEAN RAGS WANTED W ,

;t;:'I ,Prayer sew t1'E y-itn-nitTJ-!. I Many famous Tw bee klta, Mlitrottfc Ck. .. lr.'| 'horn, slaw eW.r-! Hospitality House, exchange subscription or advei '

athletes In all run. Young M Morn Edwards: ...... 17 W. Mowry street tlalng for clean rags. Leads .
sports credit much of their successto fI_. AndVraon. .double playa, G. Campbell
EPISCOPAL
FMd Field to Mottos, to Field bee Enterprise
... helpful suggestions received ::1 .- ;f I Hall 1. offVince, 11 struck ".n II' YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine

foink IT. JOHN'nroat.*BonmUadi I. K. looond tko a...OBW.. B.and F. from sports articles carried In .br,..Hall..., 4, by Ooa 41 nniplroa, Minor and wastes oil and gas. try Ilf THIS COUNTY JIDGR'COURT: IN

8..k'....... notor. Holy aomninnlon at THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine. OVRHAUL. Tikes only 30 mln- AND Post DADS 'OUNTY. .
I ito .. ...| Sunday shed M t:101 mora- MONDAY MIGHT. AUG. II IM PROBATE No. 141.
/.. prayer at II. Virtually every issue offers advice utes to install saves oil and gas I. Rol ESTATE Or FLORID
from a famous coach ... Miami AB R 8H PO A JOSEPH B SCALES: Doo.
or player. Watb.rrv. Ib .. ... I t 1 1 0 0 up to 80%, increases compression "
METHODIST Football basketball track ten- Perry' a. 1 1 10 0 0 and speed. Costs only $2.BS. NOTI( TO :. :
O : at .:. To All Creditors and All Persona R.ebe
BOIII1:8TUTh.: .... I. I. .10..... nis in fact every major sport Is B Cnrter.Crorkott. Ik 4 I *I S I I e I 0 P. O. Box 215 Princeton. (pa25) Claim or p."'..... Acclaim SaM Estates
_101'. Sunday shod at "IS .. a. ; I covered In fiction and fact articles. Johnson: If I I 1 I e : Von, and each of you aN .hanky noil.ftad .
i KMnkonoor. aa I I e t I FOR SALE Tropical plants citrus and required to pnoont sat alatmr.
Teachers librarians and _... which or wither fill
parents you yon.
1'r.: ; b : : : I : : trees and tropical< fruit 111lIea.on. may how ...f..t the ..... of Joniph a
and leaders of
boy. clubs also 8rnlo. dio.iii, Into of Dado Count.
H.C..ho. I. 1 1/ I Jungle Grove Redlaod
You Shave : recommend THE AMERICANBOY J. Croka tf t 0 0 1 0 Florida, to the Hun w. P Blanton 11isour:
Quicker I road anti Plummet drive. Juan of Dodo County, and
enthusiastically. They have Total.. .. ...........II I S 17 1 1awn. :mo In his ofllro In the "IIoc.:= 1

Easier, With This NewAt found that as a general rule regular AB R BH PO A R SEE AND BUY at Shanklln Variety oln-ht HOIIOO: calendar In Dada Month County Fran Florida tko,date wllkl qf !

readers of THE AMERICAN; Mbtrotte. If ... _. t 'I Grove Welt Florida City. the first publication' ho...". Said lnlM.
I I BOY advance more rapidly and :I arrow Ib I I' a 1 I (aTtf) or demands to contain th* loool add ,lad
tko claimant and to b won to nn4nraoonted
.
develop more worthwhile characteristics Campbell a. I I' I I' .. ...
Smith, Ib I I' | | .. .! .... ..r anM will Hakarrod
thin do boys who do Field lb... .... a FOR SALE-House on two lots in Son ....." lit of tkl till Pn>
I Young.; of : I : 1 : : Florida City. Corner on Eighth bate Act.Date /}
| not read ItTrained .. Auo.t Jlo'". A. D. I'll. U
i a .. ._.. I 1' 1 a I
readers and .Si.. rf ... _. A I' st and Dixie Highway. Bargain EDWARD STILINU. 8
artists, R Campbell at .. ( Apply J. M. Kllng Box 82, Deer. ". Administrator of tile Sotete ofi
'famous coaches and athletes, explorers : .: : t : aba ".'Will and Too..",..., of
-A-nl" *
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I Hall I : { ; field, Fla. (J9-30) JOSEPH .. BCALK8. .,..ia..Hjf
scientists and men.suc O. ":.f-; ::: I : : : 0 First publkatlon on August lath Ivp).
cessful In business and industry Auc II. Bop. 1. I. 14, Kill .;

I Join with an experienced staff to Totals .. ......_. ... .. ii 1 fi 1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

produce in THE AMERICANBOY InalnnI I I 4 1 IT TAX DKRD. IHTI ij
Rue Miami ....... I I t I NEWT G. BALLNOTARY Notice In hereby rl..n that Jamoa U V4or
the sort of
reading matter Horno ........__ e SI 1 4Tw 0 holder a. aoiltnoi of City of Ml.ail
boys like best Tan Cortlfkau Mumbraod ttwl, dated .*
base klta, B Crorkott. a Campbell I PUBLIC Ilk day uf Juno A. U lilT, has flied mats
THE AMERICAN BOY sells on three bee hlu, C Carters ..... '-, Cortlfloato In my offing, and has mono
most newsstand at 15c "" nhotnor. Woitborry. ... .. b.llo-.II apollontloai for ten doad to.1d tlirnMa,
a copy In nooordnaor with lav Ortlfkiloomkrnoni
/ Price i ir Subscription prices are 11.90 for :''T".I: 7. offs 1. by OK Clonlnr.r 1. y O.I Clonln:."r; Fire Insurance and Iho followlw nWorlbod,

one for hits off I Hall 1o/ I "' .1.... off O ClouItioor situated In Dada County Florida. a'
or $3.00 three
year yean. 0 In I Innlnn lotlnl pttchor. Hall; Lot 14 Jackson. P.aa..b'. .
Foreign rates SOc a year extra ..pi.... Hlnor and BlnranRrookor Kindred Lines Flat Book 4 Pw Tl. In the City of Mi.aoa.ty /.
I of Dade, state of florUn. I cad *a"ty To subscribe simply send your AB It BH PO A Tko auomnwnt of mid ano1 ray a nor
sRHt4 O5 94000PvoOOCt name. addreis and remitttance direct : Wltlkop Jb 4 0 3 t 0 I the maid Cortlflrate InnMd oral 1. Ik* sow,
vast T. Thomoa, Ik a I a I of Unknown. Unison Mid LortlflcnM shell
:5Ahd ,, ir.Mi to THE AMERICAN BOY C. lulllvan. If I 0 0 t 0 1 SS N. Krome Are. bo red mod arcordlm to law, tel dmd all
real 7430 Second Blvd, Detroit Michi E..III..Io.. S It. 0 I .mil. thriven' on lobo I7tk day' of BopMfc.lor. .
i tatima of maw 1 O. SullUan, d. 1 1 1 A. U. 111*. ]T
oal.s.tt gan.M"MIn"MHNeINMNNNNNNIIMMw"IINMIMNINMI. Graham rf ._. ,.. I I II aKinard. Hated the .ld day of Auiuot A. .**.
rt._ ., 0 MS
rav*>, p .: .. : : : ; L. B. LKATHKRHAM
Rtokop, M ... 1 I I Jt Clark of air..it Oourt t
soul, a ..... i l t s 0 turner's Home Dada Collate, rbrtoa.Jf
Feral (CIII Court Dealt
a GLASSES Total.. ..... .. IS I.I.t ll' IIit 16174-L C BTERRKTr t> 0
On* ;nut :ohm tai .. ... S4-HX AMBULANCE SERVICE Aui !. S. II. II. fall
arm
-.To Enjoy "...... AB R BH PO At I LAM tl\"tf4u'
HHwn Ik .. ...--. I S S 0 1 O
Accurate E. rampboll., a .. IEdwardaTM Phone 584-R HamesUad 11. tth i es
R good-looking, comfortJL Vision ::: 9 f : : : f r1f

? able shaves that saw both .II t 1 I IIDoborte 1
rf .: ::= I *
" time and anoner...get the new Toadrirk. at ... _..I *
Thin Gillette Blade at only lOa J. 'B. Mooro, If _._. I 0 e t *

. fct4l Made of evy4lexfaig steel, I LltUo Marti.Hen.,"ef If-..-:.::. -:. : : t

It fca super-keen edges of e .. Ik ... .t *
radically improved sand. You'll 1 ftttt f ,? :-=. .:: : .: EDWARDReal STILLNGeneralInsurance

and that it out-performs sod 4.J'trMiw Tat.la-___-. i. at ,
outlasts ordinary blade two toone. awtu I fwadt bells,
-I, 0,1t.7mawt o f W*. fans.. .,...**- "I'I'
Get a package of Thin I operate In Few oeot. M a"A Broker .._. 0 0 I' I I 0
Oinen.&omJ'OUfdllllertoclq. .orrtoon..,. I I Estate Gc

Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. Twoknoo ...... WItIk." t .....,n... IL
I hi" ulIelt. "odo. A'" ole I rnmpkolli bee m bnllo offl C... .. off I
Doe 4i struck ask kjr Cwna I, by Van St
\1 ( Tn. I\\ak "Of T '"". L. W. StebbiniUtS nntplraa, Hlnor sad Slot.., NOTARYCor. PUBLIC

6i//errr? Blue Blade/ < W. Fbcler Si. Miami LRACC'L STANDING' THROCCS At'G. 55 '

5 F.r.3Sc rknwe I-Z3U 116 T.%..Miami 004l.0 r.,.A71areebnr .. Pal' *. Ave. and Ave. B Florida City. Fla. .

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AT PAIIOKEE TO'F IOCR MAND OWN IrUi ,-.-


cosTii2,366! Circe.Coffee" mesh RN KU = rotators lOIbs "!

Pahohee, Ao.. II (J'NS-A
State Farmer Market seemed assured .18C 18c
for Pshokee last week when
the WPA Mt told. 153,358 to
match an allocation of $59,011 Granulated-Factory PackSUGAR Armour- Swift' Jewel ==
which J>a4 Already been made by
the State Agricultural Marketing
Board The project now If la line MILK LARD
for Immediate construction
William L Wilson, director of
Farm*!'*' Markets In Florida, said

that It work on the market laB be 51bs. 23C 3tall cans ,....... 17c 4lb.pkg39C
started at one, It should be ready ------------
far service when spring erope are
reedy for shipment The State
:Agricultural Marketing Board flu x'r
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found from experience that well Stokle,- Finest 2 tall cans
equipped and wU nuuuifed farm-
en' markets have proved to be of Tomato Juice 15c
splendid ferric to farmers tnd
have increased their profits by
living them I ready market for Cliquot Club QuartsGINGER
their product and bringing them
Into direct contact with buyers, ALEPI.lOc
lAd the success at these markets
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has encouraged them to expand Deposit

this service u rapidly as OIaible.FJorldacanncd'Citrul .,,...,. ...
Sylvan Farms lb.

To Get Promotion Sales Roll Butter Me ;FOR wSNFgg 00 tsNESI 1

Lakeland Auf. IL (FNS)-Tyln ,
,In with the Florida Citrus Com- I ISwift'
mlMlon nationwide i advertising Heavy Western Chuck lb. yea e.x
1 CAKE
campaign, Florida" canned citrusvolt raec
be given special promotion Beef Roast 25CLMOLUVE SOAP IGIMTMOR 15C
sales by; 153,000 members of the
Independent Food Distributors
Council and 37,000 members of the I 6wyd
National Association of Food Cold Coln Sliced CONCENTRATED 0CT
Chains. This promotion will ex-.
tend throughout the summer. A Bacon lb. 25c ED
preliminary drive was conducted ,. SUPERSUDS IOC F
from June 22 to 29, paving theway 19c
for I campaign which has
lasted more than eight months and PNutHam
which citrus leaden credit with
disposing ol an Immense amount % hole Octagon Powder

of Florida fruit !I : Z4c o all 3 for .......... 11c
A collier's wife wishing to appear
in the fashion during a holiday Spring lb. INW R FOR OCTAGON
by the sea, decided to buy/
j something up..l -d.te. o' Lamb 19 c Toilet :Soap
She entered t local shop,and the: Leg 25C as
young assistant who served her:; I 3 for .....--.13c
was astounded the
request: "Aa wnant a tOlloWln// TENDER Assorted All Good Whole ;
Fresh ElbertaPEACHES
legs on."--Aihington
Magazine. I CALF LIVER Cold Cuts Peeled '

u--.4'c Per lb. .25c Apricots i

A Trial 4 lbs. ..-.aSe
Target Boned and Rolled

MeansA Corned BeefPercan..I6c Veal Roast -15c- Cooking


CustomerAT \ Jb. -.--.-_..2'c County Kist APPLES

I Peas ) LM* .

I: Great Northern RICE OK can 5 lbs. ... 19cBEANS

' Com '7.21b C

DRIGGERSService II 5 lbs. ........Idjc Fresh Green Garden
Station s. ...... 13C Standard_
Pillsbury '
S. Eras Are was Itlrd 81Fkeae f Medium Tomatoes PEAS
111 I Flour
Ii i PRUNES21b.pkg..Xc 2 ]Is.
I 3No.2cansJ.9c ... 17c
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EXPERT I GUFSPRA l\\U! Syrup ONIONSRoyal Yellow


BARBERING I t11 ..
Sipe25c
3 lbs.lSCRoyal :

HAIRCUT ...... 40c
I Flavors
SHAMPOO ...... 40c

MASSAGE ..... 40c Thompson SeedJeu
GelatineSc J

BUSH'SBARBER GRAPES


N. B. c.. 2Jb --..-. 5c

Shredded
SHOPN.

ocfIet bK1Icida dnLab4 ....... \Vbe'at lb. i'
91 ee -
., KROME AYE. INo CwllC 'ray It:efi pint 25; .-:
on how ant, a veep yew loom III el rr.- 2Rejp.pkgg.19cr : : Z5clac
tliai.sao+euiroa..d ocher le.e,+s.
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