Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00500
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 25, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00500
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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HH; LEADER ENTERPRISE Serving District 1111 Redland!Since

NoL 30-No. 29 Homestead, Florida,Friday,July 25,1941 Price 5 Cents
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Navy Builds Aqueduct to Service

U.S. Ships in Hemisphere Defense

I ,. Boy Scouts Make Canvass OFFICER IN CHARGE OF PIPE r





AT EACH HOUSEIN TilE WEATHER Progress Made, Contract
Told Us
Official weather report ot the Let and to Be Let
Subtropical Experiment Station,
Homestead, Florida OutlinedNO

HOMESTEADDiscarded THAT the dances given by the Junior Woman'a Club are the Date I Max. MIll. I Bar 'Rain BOOSTER PUMP

result of a conscious: effort on the part of a civic-acting organization July 17 I 89 1 89 30.04 I 0. 8 I' IN SPECIFICATIONSInitial
18 90 1 73 1 30.03 I 005
to provide another "place to go and something to do" In
Utensils to Be 111 I 01 70 I Force at Sourceto
the community-and the degree to which'the public co-operates 201 I 891701 I
Sought for Deliveryto by patronizing hem and continuing to behave at ladles and 211901 I 691 I Carry Water to

Government gentlemen, will determine the frequency and permanence of the 22 I 110 168 1 30.00 I Key WestThe
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HOUSEWIVES TOLD ns\ys Interact; In buildingthe

.HOW TO COOPERATEPile THAT a certain motorist who always leaves the motor of her MERCHANTS TO Florida Keys aqueduct Is to

car running when she parka it on Krome avenue may return I provide an adequate supply of

Gifts on Porch or rl'Ollher..shopping some day to find that jt haijumped the curb water for the servicing of United

Step if Leaving for DayIs and knocked a couple of show window high, wide and handsome MEET MONDAYTO I States warships that call .1 the

SuggestionSet Key West naval station for refueling .
THAT the senior partner of Homestead's newest furniture PLAN SALE
and replenishing then supplies
out your defense gifu of i store reacts rather quickly and uniquely to fragrant scents I I of water and provision.

old aluminum early today so that THAT a popular young bride-to-be was ready to sue for damages Final plans-for Homesteads I: So said Lieut. W L Sawyer,
I resident officer in il the
charge <
Scouts call for them, first community-wide lie Elephant ; ,
when the Boy when she saw a headline naming the wrong man as her for the
aqueduct construction navy
Sale" on Aug T will be i
M they will under arrangements brldell'Oomtontil she learned it was only a .galley proof made ,In a talk which featured tin pro-
made by the Woman's Club of I at the monthly meeting of
made in fun. i gram of the Homestead notary
the Homestead Merchants Association -
Homestead for the observance
Club at its meeting Wednesday
National Aluminum Week here, THAT the excessive heat and the Inconvienent hour ($ p m.) Monday night. ,.noon.

no time will be lost. were responsible for lack of a quorum at last Friday's C of Cdirectors' to Scheduled coincide with several the last weeks of ago the I I I "A ship Is like a motor .r. itrequires
Homestead scouts
For the un- ,
der their scoutmaster Sparkman' meeting at which resumption of night diamond ball present aeries of Thursday Appreciation :|' servicing at Intern Is in
Its travels, said Lieut. S.
.. wyer
Holding will call at every house games was to be discussed--but a meeting called for 7;30 tonight Days, the e'enIlv. Naval stations are service\ stations -
la Homestead with a truck to col- may start the ball rolling and await the return of Director Frank every Continued promise of being Two the big- for war craft. The bur au of
( on Page )
size :
lect aluminum objects of any ,
Rue for completion of arrangement i yards and docks which is c> urged
shape and description that may with the building of navy 'ard.
(Continued on Pace Two) THAT some prominent members of a local young woman's or PROCLAMATION I naval stations and all I other tliore

ganization ha4 to be escorted home by the police the other night 'I establishments! for the servicing
URGES SERIOUS of ships has charge of the ouild'I
DITCHING MARKS THAT Art McKee, Homestead municipal pool manager, Is j ing of the aqueduct The naval

making many ,a phonograph record! of young local talent, ranging station at Key West has )had to
WAR THOUGHT I UN rain water and water obtained
START OF WORK from soloists to imitators of Donald Duck and President
through a limited evaporation
Roosevelt-which is one reason why the swimming pool If growing system', said Lieut Sawyer.

ON NEGRO CAMPary in popularity daily with the youngsters of the district. A proclamation designating the "Increasing scope of the station's
week of July 27 ss Battle of the activity makes these sourer, of
Atlantic Week" and urging the I fresh water Inadequate fu the
of the negro migratory farm AIRPORT WORKIN public seriously to consider the needs of the many ships that ouch
dory of the negro migratory farm OF ASBVKY CASH I I peril which this sea warfare offers i there as well as for the ne ds of
labor camp was started Monday to the United States, was issued the station ItselfWhile ."
by James Sottfie, ST., president of The residence of Asbury Cash 1 FULL BLASTAS yesterday by Mayor Tom i Lieut. Sawyer did not refer -
South Dade Farms, who has a I In Princeton! was destroyed by Harris. ; to It, the part the Caribbean
subcontract for ditching, filling in lire shortly after 10 o'clock satur-j CAA SAYS W "I have found In talking to Sea will play in hemisphere defense
and construction of roads at the day night! The house, a : various persons that very few of makes Key West a strategic
site ol the project. frame structure was covered by I' 1 them realize the gravity of the point of utmost Importance to the
This ditch begins at a point one- nurance No members of the Full speed ahead on grading (Continued on Page Two) i (Continued on Page Two)
fourth mile south of Campbell family were at home at the time.

(Continued on Tag Two)-- Origin- of the dire In unknown. and Pine paving Island of,the four county miles east airporton of :Naval Officer Here Unable to Verify I

Free Leader-Enterprise: Subscriptions'oy Homestead Powers, was& Archibald ordered Saturday holders Rumor of Aqueduct Well for Redland ILleat.

For Service MenThe :of the $234,000 contract, followingreceipt I W. L. Sawyer, resi-rt;; ; contemplated! at this late data

I of official order from the struction of the Florida Keys aq u.-i Awarding tf the actual laying

'publisher d the Leader-Enterprise take' pleasure In announcing I Civil Aeronautics"Authority fur navy officer In charge of con i of Urn pipe line to Key Went Is

that they win mail the Leader-Enterprise, free andportpaid I the start of work. I duct, ha no knowledge of any being held up because the RFC
survey or tests for a possible has not finally released the
to all South Dade men who are In Die service of<< the The work hat been under way source of water supply in Red I Jl.000,000 loan to the aqueduct

country. There la no obligation or cost to this whatever; it Is since June 21, with the tacit convent :land, he said yesterday when commission Its share in the

simply a gesture on the part of the Leader-ttnerprlse to keep of<< the government, but It was I questioned about a report" to that I i I cost of the $3,500,000 project, press

one more tie between the boys In camps and the folks at home.If not officially; authorized until last effect which was given some circulation dispatches reported Wednesday
Friday, from which date the allotted early this week. The three contractors who bid on
relative and friends will bring the correct name and addressof time for the contract, 180 days, Specifications on which bids for the contract are understood to
the person to whom the paper is to be mailed to the Leader- will startA construction of the aqueduct were have been summoned back to

Enterprise; office at 14 N. W. Third street, Homestead, all other I crew of men was st work I submitted ran for building of the Washington for conference on
yesterday operating two draglines, pipe line from a source of supplyat whether the resources of all uld
details will be attended to. Please do not telephone; too much
three bulldozers two road patrols a point "near Florida City", celed out ta speed up eons uc-
chance of error In addressing and spelling occurs over the "five caterpillars and eight trucksat and It la generally believed that be pooled and the contract par

telephone. top jpeed. no new source of supply would be Uon.I .

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have already been exyacated. to the present time there were various salts found in tolli. of the *...
ALUMINUMContinued Sottile crew and machinery I Iup completion will involve eight As the .pipe I* coated! it is The strong currents In some ol
hI11m started "dragging" to specification: on .-bl which are I wrapped' with a' coaltarsaturated -I the 'channels in which the pIpe
( from Page On) clear the site On of the next operations now being carried out In contracts asbestos felt which protects: It must be submerged are expected.
be offered to the government for will be excavating for sewer Two contract for purchasing of from bruise or chipping that 1to make the job "no picnic" at
y VM in.hI defense Industry. line The camp will have its own I might be caused by contact with,these points, ,Lieut Sawyer said.
pip have been let by the
fit proclaimed by Mayor Tom sewage disposal plant being filled by' constant D.VYt object In the process of con- In reply,to question front his audience
and. are
Harris in last week's luue of the A telegram wa received yes arrival! at the Seaboard Railway struction. After the pipe .U coated I hit.said that no booster
Leader-Enterprise, National Aluminum terday by Mr. Sottile stating that yard here, he said. Other con- it Is whitewashed to deflect heat pumping stations would be con-
Week began Monday, July the contracting officer o..ha tracts awarded arc: one for unloading ray and prevent melting and con- structed between the source of
:31 and the house-to-house can- Farm Security Administration had material and pipe (t sequent sagging of the enamel on supply and Key West The Initial
nil by the Boy Scout today was been delayed in leaving for Homes Homestead; one for lining and the Inside. Lieut. Sawyer said force of the stream pumped at the
arranged: at a fitting climax to Head but would arrive In time to coating the at Homestead; that pipe which has been whitewashed source of supply will be enoughto
obses vane of the week. start the work offically next Mon pipe has been found to be as carry' the water to Key West
and contract with the Barrett
Today' collection at aluminum I much as 30 degrees cooler than and into storage tanks. At Key
Company furnishing touching-up
that which has not West it will be necessary for
from the houses of Homestead I
dayMERCHANTS compound to be applied In the '
was arranged with Scoutmaster I The treatment those interests concerned to provide
field while the aqueduct I II in plant uses a car
Holding by Mrs. Orin Smith, chair- process of construction.A of enamel every day, he said pumping facilities for dls-
man of the National Aluminum forty miles of pipe have been' trlbutng: the water where and as
Week Committee of the Woman'sClub (Continued From Page One) contract that has Dot yet processed thus far "It may be needed.
been let but for which
specifications -
of Honwt1. el. Mn. Smith)jest co-operative sale days In the The 128-mile pipe: line will be At Intervals along the aqueduct
I I have been advertised is
calls attention to the fact that]history of South Dade County. laid In the land sections in a ditch relief valves will allow the escape
one for furnishing engines
there are boxes at the Homestead I Merchandise which Is provingto pumps with a minimum cover of two of air to prevent water from being -
and other equipment for the
lire elation where discarded aluminum be "white elephants"' to merchants 1 pumping station to be erected at feet,. said the natys officer In I held back. by air locks.
may be? deposited by those of Homestead will be mark- the source of Water supply. Then 'charge of construction the- Lieut Sawyer In-oUlcer In Dm
not reached by the Scout can- ed down to "white elephant" prices there is another project for which viaduct and other concrete naval reserve, wa* associate professor -
res. Housewives who plan to be to.move hem from theshelves specifications have not yet been I bridge the pipe will be suspended -,' of civil engineering! at the
away from home today should act they have;'occupied too long. With Issued which Involves construction I under the overhanging portion University of Florida before tit
heir aluminum gift out on the this whit elephant merchandisewill of the pumping house"itself'A of the roadway white along- 'was summoned to active duty 'on
front porch or steps WMI'f.the be really up-to-date good I :porary bridges and draw rm-l the aqueduct construction two,
snouts can aee them, laid Mrs. put on ale to make the event attractive -'I to the contract for actual ,will be submerged the months ago.Searsrrnebuckand. V
....ua. from every angle.If construction 01. the. aqueduct
t>:.ds have been received but
you remember some of the "' '
PROCLAMATIONContinued bargain sensations that.,featured no award announced at yet\ itBtt. jj&L U(JuJL .
the Dollar Day Sate Cf the Merchants I Lining and coating of the pipe Wj/
Association a few week for the aqueduct all of which 1*
( from Page One) aco, you will look ahead to the being done in Homestead, Involves Co.
Present situation on the high "White Elephant Sale" with anticipation I a coat of nearly a half million
seas." laid dollars, Lieut Sawyer said. The
Mayor Karri "My of eden theater bargains -
proclamation was suggested by a* each participating merchant enamel U applied to the Inside of BISCAYnt BOULEVARD 13 ta ST.
C letter from the state defense 1* determined to make. the the pipe to decrease resistance
council and I am glad to event I success. to the flow of water. It (fs applied .
comply w.th Its request aa I think Watch for the ads In the big on the outside to protect the pip .
Hurt this I I. a time when we all "White Elephant" edition of the I against the corrosive effect 'of
ought to give serious thought to Leader-Enterprise to be published
our country' danger and iu defense a few day before the community- I I ,
needs." wide t ,
The proclamation follow: I
"WHEREAS.hI President of i
the United States In declaring an : .......................................................................................
unlimited emergency stressed the
peril of the battle of the Atlantic (Continued From Page One) I
to American safety; and navy In the malntance of naval :
"WHEREAS, he called upon all contact with Central and, South I e
loyal citizens to place the nation's American countries and the Panama !
needs first in mind and action to Canal in particular. I
the end that we may mobilize all Reviewing what ha already :
of the moral strength of this na- been done toward constructing the

W"WHEREAS: and loss of American- aqueduct, Lieut. Sawyer-said\ that I Where IS The Proper Price Level?

made lend-lea cargoes still continues :

public attention, It be U focused urgent on that 1 : 2 Gone - 6 To Go -

gravity of the situation on
seas, therefore
"I. T. J Harris, Mayor of I The Price Was Right last week
4 Homestead, Fla;, do hereby designate -

the week of July 27th "I It is $7.00 Better Right Now! F
"Battle of the Atlantic Week," and I FI'jI
urge that the people I at this time i I

give America consideration Involved to In the the threat Atlantic to WHAT PRICE TO GO? ? ? '

theatre of the war. I Grace and Dignity
Mayor, Homestead Fla.,. Are Our Keynotes LAST THIS i j

July 24, 1841 i Service conducted by Tur WEEK WEEK .;i

( 1 ner' bear the unmistak- 41 FORD DELUXE
able touch of dignified good
DITCHING II last*. Economy is main- 2-Door Sedan (Radio) .................... $750 $743
---- tained because we pare your I
(Continued From Page One) purse as we try to spar 3 40 FORD CONVERTIBLE e .

drive extends on east the Four-Mile for one and road one-and help your you feeling In your Turner's tint can of Coupe (Radio; Automatic Top) 735 728

fourth mile Another ditch will need. Years of association I
be dug at a point one and one- with the people of South 40 FORD 1-TON TRUCK s
eighth m.le east of the Four Mile
Dade have assured this.
road from Campbell drive to the Won't you bring your (Stake Body) ...... ...................,. ..:.... 585 578
Mowry canal. In all. there will troubles) to us?
be three miles of ditches within tees HOUSE: or DICtflTT I i 39 FORD 1-TON TRUCK

the The camp purpose grounds.of the ditches I I.I I. ) ruler ji Funeii1JB (Stake Body) ........,;.......-,.<-.->..>. 465 458

to provide drainage for the camp
site and to obta.n rock for construction 14-HB AMBfLANCI SCIVICI 39 FORD %.TON TRUCK ;

I for of the camp road and I Lady AUcadaalPkne I (Stake Body) _............._. ,j...... 445 438
raising the level of the (it*. tit HeanesteadwwvLVbVsvywwwww ;
I About 10,000 cubic yaards of rock t 38 CHEVROLET

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I !/=.Ton Pickup ...........................:......... 320 313-
Jim -
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Father Time is earning $1.00 Per Day For You. We
Get a rich Tile-like effect on
I will reduce the price of each car one dollar 'per day
kitchen and bathroom walls- I ,

I : until sold.OVERSEAS.
( at a fraction of tile's cost In

{\ J f'f'I I \' \ take a tithe) of Tile the Board time tile-setting come .a I I I MOT OR Imp CO. C I Ii

many colors, contrast. Ask for

detail! i Phone 292 Homestead, Fla. I

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'STARTSECOND Dr.- firewater:Returns" I TREES -SHRUBS' ret committee. .. .,Matthews'Ilse ',aaatertaUl 'four1 ;frburtfi 'f* add a
month. and about tw pounds
has bean UftM a phosphite
After Yetr Ub
m Navy:. Also referred to the budget committee of kainlt with every 10 pounds
HALF "* r TO PLANTED was a letter from Frank of poultry manure will make a
Dr. Guy Brewtter returned.lost Smith, chairman of the Everglades good totality fertilizer for general
week to hit home In Florida City ROUNDS National Park Association, *uggestlng farm nee.HOMESTEAD.
WITH VICTORY I after having completed bis.year QNCC. that the Homestead City
of service In the;ordnance: laboratory council' make t contribution of 4-H CLUBAt
of the mined State Navy $500 to the work of the asso
.. Homestead winner-of the first .t Washington: C.Dr. Beautification of' the Chamberof ciation.-The many advantages of
half of the Dad County Amateur -'I ; Brewlter who will remainon 0mv 8I'CI' building grounds, National Park to this community a meeting of the Homestead
., Baseball League Wiedule,i OonsuIt "t'du\.1 subject to.call municipally:: owned, was authorized -' were cited In, the letter. 4H.summer._ club Wednesday,
started lb., second half auspicioi -.i lot broom-stick skirts peasant spices
the'navy department will reopen f the city"council: Monday
ily laUSunday by defeating and bath mala and towels with as
,,_ ..SouthrrqJkirlta' .itfaml..i-4..j: : il Arcade'his about office In the' McCrory oliht"whaJa.CoI&ncUman| B. W, IUIJIIQ.roLUa! apaUlqued design were started
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of Miss RuthHendricks
under the direction
Clint Bishop) pitched very good,1, ha! eye, ear, DOle and throat Morris, parka and grounds com.mitteeetanmrequested Poultry manure easily loses nitrogen l- and Mary Lucy Hugh*
ball and would have had
a shutout *! practice. permissionto
by decomposition espec- Jane Thompson gave a demonstration -
but for-one bad Inning .when plant"trees ana cnnros nearthe :ely In hot weather, therefore on the making of a vegetable
his matee made..couple of building and along the fence enclosing making It Important to mix It
No. 1 Salesman in U. S.
cus the grounds. materialsthat
; when fresh with other
"Kld:',(Iron Man Hobbs mlt.j 'Buys,Home In Florida Passsge of a milk ordinance will retard decomposition and results use Leader
11.Plliled *) fielding gem on sponsored by' the county health act at absorbent Mixing four
ball-after a long run, and he.did department,was 'requested of the pounds if, dry muck .or similar ,Enterprise Classified Ads
pull a muscle or two and had to! Mount Dora, July 14 (FNS- council by R. H. Bowman, assistant .
retire,, to be replaced by Lefty!I'William B:. Holler, sales manager 'county health officer. It
Sherard. for the Chevrolet Motor Division was agreed that copies of ,the
R. Wittkop, Stanley's "little of General Motors recently purchased lengthy ordinance be sent down Let Us Auto-Sway
Ttit brother", drove in three with a SO-acre. home site on
runs 1 by Mr. Bowman for perusal by
a double and a. long fly. Barrow Lake Don and will build I a homehere. the councilmen at their, leisure inpreparation I Squeaks Away
Cot a hit .nd'in'erTOl'. I | for presentationatthe
This Sunday the local team trs-, Holler li known ai America'i next council meeting. REDLAND SERVICE STATION
wit to Perrine for a game to be No.. ;ill salesman and be..beadsa 'The application of John Mat-
played there* at 3 p. m. Those sales organization of 1,900 deal- thews, public accountant, for reappointment Saaay" Law fre*
wishing transportation to the Per- en and 23,000salesmen.. He has to furnish a monthly Master Are. Mewry St Hsaaeatessl. ".,.
rine game art advised to meet at been head of Chevrolet sales for audit of the city books at $35 a SI-HOUK SERVICE PHONE titS
the local fire station. i the nation since 1831 month was referred to the bud-
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The following schedule has been I I
prepared for the second halt of
the, season:
Sunday. July tT a
i S. Dairies vs. C.C.C. at S. Miami
Homestead vs. Perrine at PerrineS. WE PHONE
Miami Locka v*. U.S. Navy at Opa- e o i

Sunday Aug. 1
S. Dairies vs. Perrine at Perrine DELIVERPOTTED 67v.
C.C.C. vs. U.S. Navy at S. Miami _
Homestead vs. S. Miami at Home- ;
Sunday, Aug. 10
S. Dairies vs. Navy at OpaLocka -
Perrine v*. S. Miami at S. Miami
Homestead vs.C.C.C. at Homestead FINE GRANULATED 5 Pounds
Sunday Aug. 17
S. Dairies vs. S. Miami at S. Miami
Homestead Locka v*. U. S. Navy at Opa- Meat, 3 Cans lOc Sugar 23cLIMIT

C.C.C. vs. Perrine at Perrine
Sunday, Aug. t4 WITH ORDER
Homestead vs. So. Dairies at

Miami vs. C.C.c. at S. Miami COOKIES 2 pkg. 5c SIX DELICIOUS FLAVORS
U.S. Navy vs. Perrine at OpaLwka ,
Sunday Aag. SI
C.C.C. vs. S. Dairies at S. Miami Jello,3pkg.llc

.,; Lead Homestead at Home- DOG FOOD 3 cans . 10c ,
U. ,
j S. Navy vs. S. Miami at Opa-
t Locka .

1 'Da'ti:' : SWIFT SILVERLEAF 4 Ib pail
Perrine vs. S. t Perrine FANCY BLUE ROSE

., U.S.. Miami Navy Miami vi.vs.C.C.C.Homestead at OpaLockaS. at S.| RICE, 4 lbs 23c Pure Lard 69c

S Sunday. Sept 14 |
U. S. Navy vs. S. Dairies at Opa-.
S. Miami vs. Perrine at Perrine VALLEY FARM GEORGIASYRUP'2
C.C.C. vs. Homestead at S. Miami
} Sunday Sept. tl |1 gal 39c Butter 37c
S. Miami vs. S. Dairies at S.; ,
Miami I
U.S. Navy vs. Homestead at
Homestead ,1 I
Perrine vs. C.C.C. at Perrine STOKLEYS 2V:s Can T-BONE or SIRLOINSteaks

( Just TempemrUy 'III lb. 28cSKINLESS

"Eerrtember you took your ' Pumpkin 12V2C
'l band for better'or for n'hus-I': .1 ,

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Sweet Potatoes 15c 'Wieners, lb 18c


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LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July 25, 1941 i
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\ I* lIMe Court I1M uAVh -a "Quite t few of the members n

paa.1M at Date e-.,,_ I1J (Parent Teacher Association) ..
were present on Monday night to ,

1 discuss . the feeding of warm
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The Hospital at NightBy / luncheone to children at noontime "

Anton Wtldln of the
Auto Mayhew rhaJalrirll A if interior committee: has made arrangements .
Jf.rt".6. .
A smell of ether In the air, anew .. to start 'toon on the ... 1
born baby's cry. e decorating of. the school aro nds:0..
A paralytic, grimly: brave-- "' by: the setting of trees, throb- a ; J.
j woman soon to die. '1 1oii bery. ," , '

, A ltd light down a corridor-a .. h -"B. C.'Murphy report the arrival .
drunk with twirling headA of another girt in his family .

blue light flashed above the born July 8th. We use the
dour-a nurse'* quiet treadA word 'another advisedly."

stretcher rolling down the halln "A party composed of thetit

fearful hour to wait Homes, Campbell, Hills too numerous .
Too shocked to even comprehend d to mention, Oscar Math- .

this latest blow from Fate. en and Mr. and Mr. B. W. Morris
The doctor kindly "She's O. 1C." enjoyed a fishing party the other

before he came In light ."
The friends who tarried with ui sf I C. Seifert returned this

on that terror trien, night i week from Georgia. . ."

The ride home with emotion P. Waltam wa taken
spent tome wisps of whitened 0 If, I I"M. on Saturday last and was

hair, C7WONAS&owJv to Miami, where he wa*
And presto we'd lived through the operated on Wednesday It It reported ..

thing we thought we could Jie It recovering nicely.: .
not bear -"C. T. Harper returned to his

l active duties at station agent on
The Machine Age anti SECOND -"J. L. Bollard and mother left

, Hitler GOVE&MO& OF for Whiting, la. where Mrs Ball-
and will visit while Mr. Ballard
Adolph Hitler has dune this one I TJlE STATE OF goes on to Nebraska to attend to '

thing no one else hut ever been rzO.?/D.4 private business. . ."
able lo do-he hal fully broughtthe I / -"E. A. Froscher and wife, accompanied -
machine! age to warfare While by Mr. Froscher't fttlv- i

ether warrior have hud 84 er, who 1* visiting them, will leava .
of men, Hitter has not only 1 .nn-I I Sunday for Jacksonville. They '';
ies of men but also armies of ma- II I Among the many tropical fruits to be NOR BROWN, 1849-53, Florida's first I-a will stop off at Titusville (Mr.

chinetanks, airplanes, bomberi. stand in Florida is the JAVA-PLUM or tem of free public schools was established.In Froscher's old home)," .

submarines. flame-throwers etc. I Jambolan.: Though a native of south-east- those days free schools were looked uponas -'"Mr*. Louis! Cable and ,.

No other warrior has e>er had I 'em Asia and the East Indies, it grows, with charitable institutions for the benefit of daughter Olive,' leave Monday on I i

martinet In such collossal l number great vigor In the lower sections of the the poor only. Governor Brown's term was a trip to their former home in ;'

*, of such gigantic power, of f tate. The tree, due to its whitish branches, also marked by the renewal of Indian Canada."-(Florida City), '

inch lightninglike speed And let',I dean foliage and large size, is most at- hostilities ending with the removal of many JULY; SI, 1921- ;i'"
remember this: his 'unmet of tractive. The oval fruits are quite acid Seminoles to the West. Florida's board of
machines" have not only enabled I -The social given by the B. *.
him (I) to conquer unready nations about an inch long and a deep reddish color. internal improvement was created during .Y. P. U. on last Friday: evening %

more speedily than ever before I During the administration of COVER this period. at the home of A. J. Drew was ,\

but also (2) to disarm every I very much enjoyed by ..IL"Frallk . ."
people he conquers and keep them I da is that of storm insurance -"wawa Skill and family have :

in subjection perhaps for generations -I CURRENT The companies will not issue a Children in Court moved Into the J. T. Vann house "ion
or centuries to come policy on storm but you must north Krome tvenue. . ."

# "How1" do you iik. And again COMMENTBy carry an equal amount of fire insurance By Judge Malcolm Hatfleld "Mrs.! Ceo Hanson left Sun
the answer mutt be "The ma-I with them; you must also! day for a visit with friends and ,

t I chine ...." In the dayi when AGNEW WTrsnEdlurl bear the loss yourself if it does -a awasaawwwawwwaxawwuwwwwwawr relatives in Jacksonville. . ." t

war was made by clubs and not reach $100. On a home that OUR ADULT CRIMINALS WERE
-"Paul Camp wa in town on
swords and muskets It was often -wwsa.wwwwww costs $823 for 11,850 fire loss
Motel Mr. w..... wrl..seatnn.as NEGLECTED A3 CHILDREN: business Wednesday."
possible fur conquered peoples to on hi.. "ONt _..._ whrth.r coverage the storm coverage
hide or smuggle enough weapon tare M in ...-l w at miss comes to f 1S.7S for the tame cov- A visit to many of our state -"Mn. J. A. Smith wa operated
with .... ..lnk> a, AJJnil waiBut.eallooi on in Miami Monday and is
to successfully revolt-but such to AIM Webb erage. penitentiaries wl1Ie'eat the fact
weapon are at powerless as popguns . that numerous convicts have already progressing nicely."
against the monster tanks For the year ending July 1, The Pope says war U a punishment served twenty, thirty and -"Mn. Graham who fell and

bombers, and airplanes of today. 2,071 residences were erected In Quite true Your Holiness, forty years for act which they !broke her hip last week, is restIng y.
I With seeming accuracy Hitler Is Miami at a cost of 9872414. but the unfortunate and unChristian committed t* adolescent youths. nicely according to reports.1* W

quoted as saying: a . part of it Is this punishment -I Before the beginning of the! -"A surprise party was g.veuMr '

I' Tor me there 1* only the physical Miami Lire, none too clean Involve more of the innocent twentieth century, society made I *. Geo. Oaks on Saturday 7 it
and psychological extermination itself, prints a list of 90 perlodldlcaut than of the guilty and to a no effort to understand the child ."
banned from Miami newsstands and to help him solve hit prob- nIllht"A.
i of the emeny . Today greater degree. J. Campbell has changed
science puts at our disposal the as "Indecent literature. I . I I
j . I lems.Many hit plan on his building on the
,physically Maybe you have wondered how I of the greatest philosophers corner of Miller and Krome, nd
. Two Ohio youth are enroute by fish get their bodily support and of that period did not realize will make his building a two story

we have the technical equipment' pony from Stark County to Kansas food for growth. All water, freshor that success or failure In one. . ."

to scatter whole people throughout City and when last reportedwere wit, carry t high percentage of ture adult life was to I large fu-I "Fred Gidloff returned last

the whole world and thereby In Iowa Not a bad way to a substance called plankton which' tent conditioned by the ideal 1 week from the north. Fred intended

disuiterante them."-The Progressive tee the country; anyhow, It beat consists of decayed vegetable attitude of the adult during\ to Sweden, but the

Farmer. "thumbing" It. matter and soil solutions carried youth. Consequently' persons who I II. going caused too r

. I Into the body of water by rain; are earnestly trying to help the I pssport regulation him. ." Jj
much delay to suit
( .
Some made suffer also there are microscopic living modern child need only look-beck I II. .
The true Christian I* like the men ire to --Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fread and +*
for their wisdom and discernment organisms. Then there is the old I. few yean to learn that there front V
sun, which Its noiseless .. been little In family returned Thursday
pursues reform
success ,
Such was the cast of the rule "The big fish eat up the little I I a visit with friend on the Indian
course, and everywhere leave late Gen. William Mitchell whobecause one," sometimes carried into ing the confirmed adult criminal -

the effect of Its beam In blessIngs -, of hit earnest advocacy commercial life.. This reflection produce the' River"Lan Sunday The Rebeka J'
firm Conviction that undesirable :
upon the world around him year ago of the airplane at a weapon a behaviouristlc tendencies must be II and the Odd Fellow bad a Wood

-Luther. of war was courtmartialedand Matsuoka, Japanese ttateman corrected during childhood, or the ket picnic at the borne of Mr. |
reduced to the rank of knows more about Americans than
Individual will continue to ex- and Mrs. F. U Webster of Long- ? ;
colonel In the bight or recent war most of us do ourselves. He spent view. . raw .*
hlblbt them during the remainder
I The world--: looking-glass,, history bin. comrade have started the early and impressionable yean of hit life. JttT 2e11141:
a movement to clear his name of of his life jn an Oregon lumber
and'gives back to every man the stigma put upon It by t lot of camp received here college education The fact that we have tucji -"The high school department '
reflection. of his own tam, Frown large numbers of both adult and will
narrow-minded bigot*-men so and doesn't like us because of Redland Farm Life School
at It, and It In turn will look blind they would not te*. we are too "cocky" and color juvenile criminal at large hi the. open on August 15. The grammar '

sourly upon .you: laugh at It and a . conscious when the color relates United State today I I. an Indication and primary grade will open
t that tome parts of. our social four I
weeks later on September
with It, and It la a Jolly, kind com The V. S. treasurer announces to a human skin.
* structure must be _corrected. It . In charge of the hiP iIT.
s discount to those making ad- .
passion William MakepeaceThackeray Some of the changes which school grades will be Principal L
of the I
vance payment of federal taxes. A half-century ago one
be made be ascertainedby Pearson Mia Gladys Avery '
must can ,
told In the Chicago
's matter, Pop? Fund runnniglow jokes they you
study of the Individual who Miss Selma Johns and Mia MarjguerleU .
a ,
? Don't crowd: the line to tnereceiving packinghouses was that they util- l
1939-40 1 w classified at an average adult Cadwallader. . The
During there was teller' window will lied every portion of the pig but
criminal. This person can best beIdentified i following teacher will serve in
Heady decline In the price of form, on the right i the squeal and were thinking of
by the following description the grammar school: Miss Bessie
hones according toe graph, from converting that Into a "canted"soundeffect : He to twentythreeyears Alcorn, Mist Clio Smith Mia
.n average of MO to a little lest t. One element of costa of main They art at it yet asa
of age, possesses a seventh Jennie DeVane, Miss Josephine
than 170.. For this year the pries taining t property for residential recent news story saysthat out
Continued Page five) (Cionliawa on Pail Five (Continued oa Fag five)
tat leveled oft scmewhttj _I .r rental purposes lq South Flori- ( oa

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_----, bout a thousand of the aUU'a vacation trip to Tenne***. . ,*' last to be hired and the first t*

4 CURRENT teacher and some SOO ,of tha 20 YEARS AGO f "Uncle Nick '(P. O. address,I be discharged from lilt job.
are dated for dismissal on the L R. Nixon) leave Saturday for
In former days we placed prop
ground of not being residents of -- Akron, where he will visit a"'hUewith

; COMMENT the state. When a ..cher'* job (Continued from Page Four j his daughter, Mr J. L. erty when right dealing above with human this unfortunate right.

w depend upon birthplace rafter Peterson Mn. I T Pearson Miss I Batcbelor, formerly Mist Eunice him In accordanc -
) than qualification the situation ii Nixon. . ." type classifying
: BernIce Pearson, Mill Clyde
(Continued from Page Four with the offense he conv.
dangerous and not to the belt interest
of acU.lOO.OOO had of cattle will of the public schools. Smith and E. C Rutledge. "Cordon Ivey, brother of Cecil milted against property, A Judge
be found about a pound of small a -"A. H. Waldin has purcnasedand Ivey. hat charge of the filling HIS then expected determinehow
a a
accretion in the gall-bladder of Installed an acetylene tank station while hU brother It in long a period of unsclantU
the animal-the plague of tome The governor of Louisiana Is and generator, and will noon have Georgia on a viiiL" fie incarceration er treatment

humans-which they sell to the setting up a vigorous protest over his light and stove connected, -"Harvey Cowman returned would be required before the offender

Chinese. These gall-stone rangein converting the St. Lawrence river up. . ." Wednesday from a trip to Texas could be returned to society

size from a pinhead to an egg into a navigable stream. In recent of a truck driver I I"Nealilence He pitched a good game of ball to face more period of depression
from $7 year that state ha changed considerably for the local team Thurllda ," and
The price range a pound was the came of an accident on ) unemployment
upward; the Celestial use them from cotton sal wood Saturday night when a cut-down Jacqueline Edward left Sunday
made to
pulp and Very little effort U
they say this Industry
t* "charm", or pulverize them Ford roadster driven by HenryBrooker for Macon, Ga, 011'Iatt remold the chancier of a cri-
cannot with the
at a has for medicine cheap labor of compete Norway Sweden Jr., ran Into a lumber with relatives. . ." (Florida City) minal while he U in prison, nor
. a truck which had been left In the .
Finland etc., In producing, this doe he receive sufficient tmlrsing
Two eminent scientists from product. So what A protective middle of Krome avenue without 'Children in Court to enable him to earn an honest
leading tmlversities'. are engaged tariff? : any ,lights lit, by C. D. Jenkins, living when his period of con
,'.''In' research work In Greenland,' . a aegMiss Jacqueline Edward, finement has expired. We need
.- up on the edge of the Artie re The cro.-.te I who Was to the Ford roadster, sustained (Continued From Page Four) not be surprised that our reformatories
gion. Their search will be for fotlilzied -! navy value the several cuts, none of them grade. ducstion and.. la below serve a* the elementary
canal (Stuart to Fort Myers) at
specimens of plant life that I serious while the roadster was normal Intellectually* la very schools and our slat prison an
existed when that region was yeta I 18 million dollars and favors put out of commission for awhile unstable emotionally ba no ap*.!the high schools of crime, when
deepening it to ten feet at the St I
eml-troplcal one, a period they Lucie inlet ] Brooker had'n driving slowly elite skill or training la any DM I,society fail to provide adolesces:
place at 125 million year ago. e and the light consequently! were of the various trades and Is the boys with proper treatment
a a not bright enough to show the
So they are' going to PU'lebe I truck. The fact that they were

The federal announces housing that during administration Its army, weed out the Incompetentand driving slowly prevented serious I HOMESTEAD SWIMMING POOL

before they get Injury, a* the runabout ran Into
even year of service it has secured down : U-:1 shock of battle,1 the truck . ." Open I A. M. to 11.3 r. M. ftamdayi 1 to I P. M.
the Investment of 114 mill- '
I'll wager that they make a lot -"The of Florida Pool Cleaned Every Monday, Closed All Day
people City
Ion dollars In 20,000 new Florida
of mistakes; the whiu and whine were shocked beyond Water Tested Every Day
homes and about 88,000 modernized descriptionon
of bullet are the real test; you Monday last, when they learned MONTHLY TICKETS:
ones. . simply can not tell what a man of the sudden death of Mn. E. Family fl.M; Adult $1.15; Children. 75Swlmralag

I I will do until you put him to the I P. Henry, who has been proprietress and Diving Lesions __, SIt
One of the penalties of being
test. of the Florida City House for ART McKEE Mgr.e .
mayor of Miami 1* that he must .a
I I I the past two year Mn. Henry
for a picture with fool
pose every
When a couple of Miami women has been suffering from cancer,
thing that come along, the latest

got into a newspaper exchange of I and wax brought to Homestead
being with Oscar, the Ox.
expletive one quoted to the other
. for treatment Sunday, but was
this from an English statesman: beyond all human aid. ," I s
In streamlining and refining "Sophisticated rhetorician, Inebriated I
-"Harry Hall reports the arrival -
the names of old Florida towns by the euberance of your
of Eckman Hall
Harry on
and localities Hawk's Point has \erbosity." The accused might "
become Edgewater. have met her with Saturday morning '
. opponent I -"Mr, and Mn Cha TFuchs,
what the bishop said to a candidate
Sr, and ton Richard, are expected -
The meaning of words often depends for the ministry, after he,
home from their ahortPbr.
I upon the locality In which had heard the applicant's sermon:I i Friday gill

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rock" mean Gibraltar while in with a constipation of ideal and a I Leonard W. llasklnlGLASSES
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I . . Social Events in South Dade. : : :>.. .>r .' :' . .';1

The Calendar

July 25-Meeting of Redland '
Miss heals V. Little of Homestead in Homestead. During her schooldays Ham. Demontntlon Club at 130. and Mrs C. L DeMolI .of f urtcp{: we're stryed..
and Lawrence J. William she was 'ID active 4-H club Jury" 13--Meeting of Art Club Plain Dealing La., are .announcing "The bride'ha mad her ham
of Fort Lauderdale were married worker, and since her graduationfrom data la Chamber of Commerce U .marriage ot their daughter. ;w'ai- Mr and'Mn. Wilson 'for
Saturday in the courthouse In Homestead High School .Inm building at a. m. Pearl, to Staff Sergeant ti* years. .
Miami. she has been an active member July ZSfpwortbLtIIU.. ban- Lewis C. Aldrich Jr. of MacDill 1The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mr John E. Lewis of Miami of Dade County 4-H Alum'' quet at Methodist Oiuni. Field, Tampa whlck took plane I Xr..JCAldrtchoLFlor.da: City,
was matron pf honor and Howard nae Club. For the two week preceding July 15-RedUuMi Home Dem- Friday evening Jul,. 19, at the,r carat-herewith,hi* parent from
J. Kirby of Fort Lauderdale "'II'' her marriage the served onstratton Club meeting. borne of the. bride's brother-in- Spanish Honduras. He.attended
bestmaifc a* an assistant at.th* county home July 28-Meeting of Jennie Lob- law and sister Sergeant and Mrs.T. 1ti* Florida, City. and Homestead,
I The bride wore a white crepe demonstration igent'i office in the dell Circle at borne of Mn Lloyd L. Wilson ofTan pa. I schools and. In Homestead High' !

I port dress, white accessories and courthouse.The Field. Chaplain Davis 0 f MacDill\ School took an active part in

a corsage of yellow rose buds.. Mrs. bridegrom I* a torrof the Aug. 1-Red Cross benefit musicale Field performed the ceremony. .basketball .and other jiport
Lewis wore a blue crepe dress late Edward William of Carrollton in Woman's Club building I Miss Maxine McConneU'of Tam The. bride an4 bridegroom visited -
with white accessories and a cor- I Ga.. and Mrs. Williams. He at I p. m. pa and PrIvate Fred Moore of over the week-end in Flori
nge of yellow rose buda was born at Carrolton and attended Aug. Luncheon meeting of Miami were the attendant I da'Clty and Miami with Sergeant

The bride Is a daughter ot Mr. school it Blounstown, .rl.\ Episcopal auxiliary. The bride Wore i black and|Aid rich's parents and hi:* broth-
and Mn. C. W. Little and a granddaughter K* has been connected with the Aug. 4-Business meeting of white ensemble with white ac-i ers-lnrlaw and listen, Mr. and
of Mrs. Leonard S. Mate road department in .Home Homestead B. P. W. C in Chamber cessorle. and she carried a''Mn. W. W. Severy and Mr. and

Mowry and the late Mr. Mowry; stead and on the Keys, and) Is now of Commerce building at 8 shower bouquet. /Mn. Frank Stallings.
pioneer residents of Hawn !stead serving a* foreman at Jupiter. P. m At the reception which followed They are now at home to their
for whom Mowry street was They will reside In Jupiter for Aug. 4-Evening meeting of the ceremony, an attractively /frl.ndl.n in apartment la Tam
Garden Club at home of Mrs. T. decorated
wedding cake
named. She was born and reared! the present pa.
E. Stadltf in Princeton.August .
I It-Meeting of Outlook

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Gossman on Tennessee road and Coconut j CONTEST birthday anniversaries olIrs. ; &In. Cecil Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
of West Mowry street and Red- Palm drive. She was graduatedfrom I Approximately thlrtyfldif-l J. H. Dodson and Mrs. Geo | A. T. Tomerlin, Mr. and Mrs.
land !mad are announcing the engagement I' Homestead High School Mri': ferent kinds of plants were displayed Campbell were celebrated at n I Young Mr and .Mn. Dodjon, Mr.
of their daughter Norma 1938 and frofrv IJuFrance Besot I to the South Dade Garden II surprise party given Tueulnv evening nd Mrs. Ceo. Campbell, Mr. and .
In Nwly Willard Lewis of School In Miami In 1939. Since Club members for Identification'in I. by their brother-in-law and Mrs. Alfred Tomeriin Mrs. Ar-
South Miami, nun of the late Mr. that time she has been employed a contest conducted by their sister Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tom thur Tomerlln: Mrs. Ruby AIvls, f
and Mm Colon Lewis of Shady at Alice's Beauty Parlor Identification chairman Mrs. Her-I I erlin. and their mother, Mrs. M :Mrs Crcda Fred Mrs. S. L. Dickinson -

Grove. .'1.1. The marriage will where she Is now a senior beauty man Heinleln at a meeting A. Mowry at the Mowry hom? :\1.... H. E. Redin Mrs. C. I IH.
take 1 place in August. I operator. | day afternoon at the Mon-I 11\11" Dodsons'i birthday anniversary Lawerence, Mrs. Mowry. Miss .
t Miss' Oiwsman Is a granddaughterof Mr. Lewis was graduated from'[Mrs. O. W. Calkins. Mrs. Fred was on Saturday and MrsCampbell's N'eDa Saute Misses H.Ida. Clarice I

Mr and Mm. Charles A. Goss- Greenville High School In Greenville - I
rrum. who were among the first Fla.. In 1937 and Is now em-I Mrs. M. M. Black the second I Miss Doris Avery of Perrlne Mist Dorothy Moon, Miss Lillie
to settle in the Redland District, I ployed by the Fuchs Baking Co.I Mn. Heinlein distributed seeds of and L. A. Young were winners In I i Little, Miss Avery Charles Little,
and she '''of (Jib. cassia corymbosa.Mn. E. A. Richardson
MM burn In their home South Miami. |I Kenneth Sun- I
contests. Various :
Annie R. Butler, vice- games were play-idermeyer, Bobby Chambliss, Glenn,
) president presided In the absenceof ed during the evening. George Rosemary, Billy and Lamar -
a the president, Mrs. Roy Mat Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I Dickinson, Fred Mowry Jr.,
RED CROSS BENEFIT PERFORMANCEAmong thews. Lorton and son, Carl, Mr. and Frank Mowry, Alfred Tomerlin,
-- Grape Ice and assorted cookies I Mrs. Floyd B. Hart of Miami, Mr I Helen and Ruth Tomeriin, Mary

the local musicians who unit of Cross by Mrs.I. .i were served by the hostesses, ,and Mrs. Fred A. Mowry, Mr. Lou Lawrence Eddie Peggy and
will take part In the Red Cross P. ft., chairman' of the Mrs. Heinlein and Mn. Calkins. and Mrs. A. J. Campbell .Mr Tommy Little, Roy, C. A. and
1 benefit musicale to be given at I entertainment committee. I Husbands of members are Invited and Mrs. A. E Campbell, Mr.,![Bobby Walker, and Harvey Dod
to attend the next meeting, and Mn. Edward Little, Mr. and son
I o'clock
next Friday In the clubhouse Mrl. Cina Stewart presentedthe i I i
of the Woman's Club of evening's program which consisted -, the evening of Aug. 4, at the it
Homestead are: Mr. and Mrs. of a talk on Boystown by home of Mrs. T. E. Stadig. Mn. ;. mrJi22si: >TBI *rrir t.ot' iI t

; Jose Gasca. Stanley Wittkop Roy Mrs. J. F. Hammett. A collection I I Stadig and Mn. E. J. Norman, Jack I
Jr., will be hostesses.
Nelson I Mrs. Whitney Beam Mrs.I was taken to send to Boystown. DIXIE DRUG Howard
Wm. Miwwelwhite. Miss Virginia Present at the meeting were: Polk Johnson 1
Walker and Richard and Wilbur!JUNIOR CLUB HOLDS i I i Mrs H. M. Brown Mn. E. J.
Caves. Miss Grace Butterfield and DINNER MEETING 'Norman, Sr., Mn E. J. Norman Phones SO and (101 I II
I',IJr., Mrs. Henry Ruegg. Mrs. N.
little Brian Wynn will give! read- The dinner meeting of the Junior !
'"p. A silver offering will be col- Woman's Club of Homestead G. Ball, Mrs. Burrell Joiner, Mn. Right now while you're making i
I[Joel J. Robinson. Mn. Virgil Lyon plans for vacations,check o0 r
1<<'t<"d.AnlioulCt.'mt'nt was held Tuesday evening at 1 1Taltyw.y !
'' ever this list of values
Mn Henry DuBois, Mrs. LouIse during !
of this program and was followed by a Auxier, Mrs. the Rtxall Drug Store Play
was made at Monday night's' show. Mrs. Jos. L. Bird Mrs. Fuchs Mrs. time Sal. For quick relief from '
Stadl,. Mrs. Black
meeting of the Homestead Business Bruce Ennis and Mrs. Olin Wright I I Mn. Heinlein discomfort of muscular !
Mn. .
and Calkins.A
and Professional Women's were the hostesses. aches and pains, sluggish
Club sponsor of the South Dade Present were: Mrs. Richard I I headaches, colds, nervous I
strain from
ever exercise,
---- Huff, Mrs. R. E. Sherard, Mrs. luncheon meeting of theWoman's ret quick acting Re.
[pi MIS. JESSE!! CAVES IS Arwl Barrow Mrs. Herbert Turner Auxiliary of St. John's llItr. reel "fit as a fidc .
I HONORED ON BIRTHDAYMrs. Mrs. Ernest Shera.-d Mrs.I! Episcopal Church will be held die" quickly.You" can get
Lloyd Delta was hostess at Virginia Walton, Mrs. R. J. Elliott,i next Friday at the home of Miss Rex-StlUtr In the eco-
'Bertha Nill Hausman. Rtx-Rub I Is II counter Irrt- nomitalpakage.rurvedtent :
Mrs. Augustus Wynn Mrs. Frank
a surprise party Saturday evening at the' soda fountain.REXSELTZER.
1 given In honor of the birthday Btrnecker. Mrs. T. J. Walker Mrs. I -also for Itching relieving and soreness Irritation -
of Mrs. Jesse Caves. Cake E. A. Buchanan, Mrs. L. T. Proctor of athlete's foot. ttc.
and punch were served. Mrs. F. B. Greene, MnVClif- (= l Try it today. 111aExRUB
I'*' Those present were: Mr. and ton DeBerryV Mrs. Bird. Mrs. En- .. =s
Mn. J. S. Caves Mrs. L. Forsyth nis' Mrs. Wright, Mla CraldineReJU .TAHCTS 39'
Phyllis and Harold Delta and Mr. and Miss Ellen Huff. 75 =Si

and Mrs. Delta I a ae..ae 1 Nasetr
7 Food Storage Zones c

I I 'f The Redland Club will Home meet Demonstration this' is TAM New vii 1w .fte a'7i dl a .

afternoon at 1:30: o'clock In the r;
Redland Community Church. :r It Isnt always possible to avoid sunburn. But then
I Is a way to get relief from the painful after effscts.
[LtCTRIC RFiR10RATOR Just apply a cool, aoothiag application of Rtxall
Gypsy Crtam Almost imnwdistely you get Mitt 9
I GLASSES > from sunburn Irritation. Yet, Rtxall Gypsy Cream
I : Is creamy, soft and soothing with a delightful
14t summery odor. Us It for itching tf Insect
..Ts Enjoy bit", Ion,
Aeew.fe A naves.
I vision y Dsp: ,lasting_..ofnquMt
kmUmit, with Thmku
I waterless method . .Not r .
safe comfortable,I
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s.a dare' memo to" brew I PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
t *n Hr ssfsyosa J fife, hoer
pr*'t to jeer we*, Ant awl AraOn ......- IS YOUR PROTECTIONBring P
EASY rwaso"" ".- your prescription to the Ktxatl
Dr. H. F. Stebbins ; BeAUTY DrugStore when II double check guarantees
11ER. 3 _ratl. .
Dr. L. W. Stebbins : PARLOR THI k ell &TOM! .

IMS W. Fluke 8t.. MUad : I 11.8 r.enr Loss.Aare Ice
Cream Made Fresh in Our
Daily Store
not s-uis MSJt 0a WR I Ovals NK.Kim A.cb a" ...... 0.___

I'I" Smith-Grarcs Furniture Co.)' rbeae W J .EJIIEJIIItIt t1ft ., BUD* STOIC rOil BttrvAtVU AtWATI
Xmas a S4 M. tees.. S66644

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j Friday; July '25. '1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven.

- : 1 abeth. and grandson Bud Oilbreth. -'

, left yesterday for their ,

home after, visiting Mr and Mrs CLASSIFIED ADS
: I
:In and Ground E.week.1.. Lawrence during the pass. I

f BATE: Firs Insertion 104 a Unej; subsequent Insertion .

Vernon Turner swill leave Sunday B a fcn*. '

i HomesteadMr. for LeLfWl *ta resume hit

studies at Stetson University aAe
two-week visit with his par

ents. Mr. and Mr*. Geo. \V. Turner ; I I

and Mrs. Otha J. Hacklerof an apartment in the Oceanic Villas {FOR RENT-Twoapart- LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE

I Miami, former resident of for a month before moving to I I! ment, all electric, furnished 'I I REPAIR Residential Grove

Homestead, are announcing the their permanent home in Coral 1 Mr. and Mrs. Russell H mms of I' minute drive from Homestead, and Business Property

birth of tn eight-pound son, Roscoe Gables. The Swan home In Red- Goulds are announcing the birth I I Federal highway & Btcayne 'I..' From $30 to 'S.ooo-from 6 mo. to

Bradford, in Victoria Hospital land has I keen purchased by Mrs. :of an eight-pound twelve-ounce drive, Modello. Mr*. Eva Col- 8 jears.
No Down PlI'ment-No Red Tape
daughter In the James Archer Una.
in Miami Monday. Mrs. Hackler Clayton Sedgwick Cooper who I,
is the former Miss Joan Kellum. plan to begin this: tt ;'Smith Hospital Sunday.W. i
occupancy >tl. I FOR RENT 3-bedroom, J-bath 1200 for 38 mo-Repay IU8 KM.SSOfl .

I. Fiak who underwent an I I 1 house; unfurnished. Nice local for 38 mo.-Repay $13 97 mo.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lynch left Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hindman,
tion. J. R. Brooks. ml fl&jO for 80 mo.-Repay PUG
operation In the James Archer ( -tf)
yesterday for Columbus 0., where their sons Bernard and Dicky, : l mo.
Smith last week will be
Mr. Lynch, who la assistant horticulturist and Miss Rita Dent will leave i I Hospital I FOR RENT-Residence In Florida' Ask for FREE Estimates
!returned to his home today. Mrs.
at the Subtropical Experiment Saturday for vacation Anna I i
a on City; bedrooms, fireplace electric Without Obligation
''Robert Glenn who underwent
Station will de special Maria Island on the west coast an1cperetion i iI stove, running hot and cold LOANS can be secured to Modern

work .t the University of Ohio of Florida. I, there last week was returned water, two bathrooms; reasonable lie and Repair LEASED OR
to her house yesterday.
summer .choOL rent. Apply Leader-Enter- MORTGAGED Property.
Other patient at the hospital are
Mrs. C H. Gallaher returned prise. We also have F.H.A. LOANS for

Frank a Rue 'left Monday for Tuesday; from New York City J. W. Perry of Homestead, Mrs. New Homes, payable monthly!

i business trip :through the state where she has been visiting.Mr. I D. W. Gibson of Naranja and FOR SALE over 20-25 year
Mrs. Bessie Willis of Miami.
from which he wm return about
|I Let us supply your BUILDING
and Mrs C. D. Smith and ,
'Aug. 1. NEEDS. Prompt Service
The Rev. and Mrs. E W. Powell FOR SALE-Two SO-fl Iota on
children Alfred and Barbara
'of Miami and their son, Earl were S. Krome, See
; owner, Mrs Eva
Mr. and Mrs: John "Whlfhard to their home in Naranja Phone (2 Homestead. Fla.
dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. I Collins ModeUo.I .
left Wednesday for a vacation in last week after a vacation in ,
Mrs. C. T. Anderson in Nsjranja. -
Hattieaburg 14.... New Orleans Cochran Ga. land| ,I
; Mr. Powell, pastor of the FOR SALE- -cre Persian lime MISCELLANEOUSLAPSED

La,, and Laverne, Ala. I : Southside Nazarene Church, had i trove 5 years old now in full
Mr. Million of
and Mrs. J. L. I
|charge of the prayer meeting bloom. No buildings, only 2 miles LIFE INSURANCE policies
Mr" and Mrs. Ceo. Polk returned Naranja and their children;Mar from
the Princeton bank $2,200 cask- valuable See Elsie
at be
Wednesday evening
Tuesday night from Nash garet and Edward, returned Friday C-A-S-H. may
not ask for terms.
Nazarene Church. Hanson. 207 Horne (
-Term. where from Tennille Ga. i i Bldii paZII
ville Mrs. Polk had : Trees need some fertilization,

completed' I six-week course at Mrs. H. M. Lyon who had been I but you will never get more for QUILTS LAUNDERED, 2Sc each.

Peabody Institute. Mr. Polk. went Mrs Ormand Cash and Infant 111 for several months s4 her home your money, It is a giveawayat Blankets double or single and

to .Nashville last Week.Mrs. daughter, Nellie Diana born last I .I' 2200. H. A. Cameron Phone bedspreads same price. Mrs
week in the lamer Archer Smith
72, Homestead, Florida (alltf) Keitt Jackson IIS S. W. 2nd at,
Ben King *nd -Mrs, Alma Hospital will be returned to their convalescing.FLORIDA Homestead. (m 18-11.)

Bearing left Sunday to spend home Sunday. I' FOR hALE: Tropical plants, citrus

several weeks visiting friends in By Mrs. W. W. Sever tree and tropica ffuil ID WANTED

I Atlanta and other points in Georgia. I Robert M. Percell, an engineer season. Jungle Grove Itedlan

who has just returned from Venezuela -' The Rev. and Mrs. .Ro-I road and Plumnwi drive.
I WANTED 10 to 20 acre grove.will .
was a recent guest of Mr
Lieut: Wm, O. Babb of Fort : and Mrs. J. R. Brooks and in the well who left Monday for will Georgia PAPAYAS, 5c a pound.. Mrs. Keitt trade my equity In city
Rowell enter
I where Mr.
Jackson 115 and cash. J. K. Dorn
S. home ,
W. 2nd some
Jackson S. C. was a weekendguest evening the three and Mr. and accompanied;
I of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pen- I Mrs. E. R. Gram of Miami formed Emory College were Homestead (ml8-tl) 214 Halcyon Arcade Miami
by Mr. and Mr*. Clyde Niell and Florida. Phone 2-2483 (pa29)
I nington.Mr. a dinner party at the Dempsey daughter Virginia Claire who are FOR RENT-Small 3 room house

-VanderbllU The men were going to Cramerton N. C. I partly furnished near Seaboard WANTED-One or more sewing
and Mrs. Ceo. L. Swan will
classmates and fraternity broth-
StaUon A. J Ennls (pJyJSi I
: machines' to be loaned or do-
move about Aug. 1 from their ers at Lehigh University in Bethlehem Mr. and Mrs Wm. A. Henn of'
nated South Dado Unit Rod
residence on Farm Life road to Pa. Tavernier were Saturday guests FRYERS FOR 25c per Ib
: .Fyj Cross Mrs B A Tlbbitc Phone
Miami Beach where they will take at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred'' Shanklin Groves City i !

I Mrs. Selma Reitz, her daugher ( 240
,, ,
.. I '" '""' '' ''' " Henn. I II I pal)1
Geraldine and her Albert -
returned Saturday! from a Mrs C. Wysock of New York I FOUND
i school and grade school subject,
I two-week visit with friends and and her niece, Norma Roberta I I _
'' Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B.
Does Your Car Hare relatives In Muskegon Mich.. and and E. A. Chase of Miami and FOUND::Keys in front at-tk:; I II I Pummer drlaoel Country

Chicago. his son Edward were Sunday I I Inquire police' station and pay Club road.

of I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frig I I iui this ddvertisment. ,,--
1 Any Miss Dora Scott, Miss Goaldie s
Schroeder.Mrs. ,
mr filler, nnd h.. mi lr app lr llrai l r
Grennell, Lynn Irwin and Wilbur i I Nome or rri.ir ATIOK 11 deed ... hr I........ then feUttrtilliil.
Glady.-cijU of South Miami TJo. I .mh.._ Ih. f"l.] ...Inv *.
r Caves are attending the Baptist TAX I>ern-Fll. P.
These Faults? Noblea hereby Pavan that N,rrr>. ands >rnl..d! property In the c.'.in .1 I)..I.
young people's two-week assembly and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scott Mary llomlrk. fnldm u utltn* I, gui,. ., .. .II/ :
"I I tt a II.k
i''at Stetson University which began Jr., of Miami were Sunday guestsof City of Mouth Miami, Tu \'enifkar.NurMnd t:. : 14 .:1 r.M.Itlott ar
I 240 and 9n. data, the ftlh d. t. a Cub, Plat H<..k I K I'm II
? ? Tuesday. They were taken Mr. and Mrs. a E. Scott. a J...i.. A. D IMS hiv filed' mid CVillflrllM ). I i In the Count> of llirf.. Mini "< H: rld.
? In my offir.. and fcivt mad Th. u...n>.nt ,.l mid l |,r.,,- umlrr
I I'; to DeLand by Miss Scott's par- JOhnn-scler; and child Nitration for tai deed to l. H -n' n Inreordiner ; 'the laid .....lflr... was In th. mm iif
s lent Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Mrs :t i i I w. R. Mr lwhl.ii.I'nl .
*, with U. Crnlfkatnrmbroi
I Rickey and Norma left Tuesday the following dwrfcrd , ... ..M rrrtlflnw .hall 'IM ...........
Scott. The Scott boys, Richard ren property. ......... ,. .... dnwrllwfllh
t Lacks Power and Speed weeks iltuitrd In llod. Count*. FtorWn. .. .." "" law, the |ir 'h
| and Billy, also made the trip. for a visit of several Lot tf. Work I. Sri View .'... : .r.ln will ... told t.. the hlthnl hid,....
I at Cape Sable with Mrs. Becker's Aro.nd 4. Flat ..,..k 11 Poor kt. li the i I 11 the Court Howe Hc..r ..i" In fintMindly
Hard U Start Mra-tw'7: City of Smith "' ,.ml. p. only if P.trnh.r IMIhlih
I 'j Mr. and Raymond mother Mrs. Selma Mattson. Stab rf Florida 01 rmkrir In Vrtifl-- I. thr lot h'd'"ri"h.! : : > .1941Dated
: Uses Too Much Gas of Daytona Beach are announcingi rate No Ml The a-irnirrit of mill |,ni>. I i ihli. .1941E
Mrs. J. K. Scott and two grandchildren any under the sold (....'".... WWII. was II. LFATHrHMAN OrlClrrull
i i the birth of an nine-pound daughter In th. ...... if ........ >4 Emma Jc.hnion / li.url Dade Cog, '> KlnrMlClrrull
Vibrate or runs rough? Marilyn Janet on Saturday. Miss Ellen Schallern and, 11 n. "k.| .. I. lira VI.. "'.r. A...,... Ciurt IkilBy .1I
I .... PUt kook. KTFBRITT l> I
Hunter returned Wednesday IT fir I.. Ill the nil
Sluttish and N Pep ''Mrs. Raymond la the former Miss of fe-uth .,....t. County of ".d., Puss I I"II/ H, Am i .. mil I II
I from a visit with Mrs. Ida of Florldi. .. ...b...... ,. Ortlflrau ,
I Mary Mowry._ Flowers in Miami Beach. No. .... The .WHIM* of lud fiKiwr.If I I NOTICE or APPLICATION ron
,' under wul OrtlflraU loud >u TAX DELD--Kite 84iOO
f Bobby Graham of Homestead, In Ih. honf. Kiutu of Emm. Johnson I(I Nrllr. l> hrr.li> olives th. Hilllwlrk,
O Mrs. Jimmy Britton left Sun- Unless Mid COrt"I..... ihill he ... tnc. holder .. U.IIHM of Cll> of H....iitnd .
I is In a Miami district: hospital for ....... ._ .. .
York for a two- a nll.. to Ui deed Tea C.MII.I Nun'"rrd 121.dilnl .
medical: treatment.Mrs. day for loo,. t...... tn the ISth dir o( A"" ..,.1 Ih* all day "I ,......'..r. A D
Drive Into ear garage and have la month visit with her mother. A Di 1MI it-17. h.. riM sold ("....1'...... ,. mrofllo.
i M. A. Mowry spending: I 1 listed this ltd day of Jul,. A. D. nil .. and hM made onpllrntl'Hi for tan
i several days this week v.sitlngher F. Sherman oil I II L&ATREKMAN. TlrrkClrull I t.+i U ..... th..r. the engine SCIENTIFICALLY Mr. and Mrs. Court. poor Cvunlr Fk.nO.Clrrull .. !I... Field l",,,,,,,.,. rrnbmn the li.llow.Im .
''I son-in-law and daughter Mr. Coral Gables were Sunday guests Co'1 Rasa I dwrlh prvp.ni> illu.l.-< In Did
TESTED with oar new SUN 1 and Mr*. Floyd B. Hart, In North Dr. and Mrs. S S. Shields. I Rr N o rrTRRin-r. n. c I Cionly. FlorMo. u. >-.it :
of Uiihr 11. is. si *u.. I. s. mil' I Lot 1(1 H...... I Add'n. IH '1M City
Miami. I of "............. County; ol Dnitf. "..... of
MOTOR-TESTER and see fat O. Clonlnger and *on. Oscar returned NOTICE Or APPLICATION ro* FkrldaTor .
The Rev. and Mm Charles A TAX. |IKI>-rite .-..,.. liiMininil of .Id property ....<*
from thena.1
yourself what .b needed to put Saturday Chapter IHI.T-.AcU .t IMSMcillrv the Hid rtlltru. lewd. ... hi >hMM
Crauswell of Princeton and their Tenn. : ta kmfcf .!.. that W H. Cllkkon. rf .,....... 1'r.l uM t.rll>loil. -
left for a three- koldrr of auto sad Counu Tu Coe.or" . ikill., k. redeemed oraonlliw .. "..
yesterday :
U.la first elm operating ooa- family 14 TM. haves the 111, day W nil deed will ....> thermal oil like fill tTf
week vacation la various places, Owen Coodmg left Thursdayfor ] July A. t). 1117. kM fllW MM l. HIofltr "...,. A. D. IMI.
dltlon.. in Alabama. Georgetown S. C, to visit; his, *. 'M w made wpiAstkfor IUHI More this I.' .., of 1,1,. A. It "0'.
W shed a. M I.n..d .... Slid IVnlf E. ... LEATHFRHAN.: CVrk.Clngll .
sister, Miss Nell.e Goodmg. : ,err ._kraro tirxr .. f..e..lt, d..cra.d I Court boor Coxnlr rlnrldi.
Mr. and Mr. K. Holterman of ..T-r to the Ceo.", of 1Ja.. ..... a I ClmH i Ooort Vast
I Niell and Farrlds. "oUi --, by N. C aTRRRPTT D. 0.IJaly .
the birth of a' Mr. and Roy ,
Preston B: Bird Redland announce IS. Hta.k I. Aw- Plot Kf rtl. I ITirk. A to 11. IL 26. A... a. 10411NEWT.
Motor C. : ( five-found eight-ounce daughter family returned Friday from East a RMI*.. Plot Book 1, !.... 41,
I / hi the county of I..... Put* uI lk.U.
South Knne Ac. .... II I In the James Archer Smith Hospital Bend, N. C. | The _....t *f .... pnp.Yo .....
Sunday. Hi. sold wrtlflMto ones ill the MM .(
OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY I Mrs. J. H. D:xon returned Bkuvrx Tr Co.UB .1 :. .b -
nlfk kll W trfmnraotOlH ..
> Asia r >u
j Mr. and Mr*. T. T. Watkins of day from a vl.1with .
Frl-I. ... l>.. the >n>,..rt, dwrlbthn
I.I Edison Ga., their daughter EJlz- Jacksonville and Orlando. ln will k. told to the kl'l>M bUd.
-----' ,.I &10. Odin Haw door on the tint ....
of Coral du im t_ iru.i. .( Aimn IMI. vklcnClre.lt
Is Bunny visiting his grandmother, Mrs 10 s--r.:'day-r J.t, ::'Hiltl.I.IATH .

n. ... r Enjoy Your Porch or Out-door Living Room J. K. Scott. __ I el.. Coon.. Onun Boil .rode Cw.,,_ FMdat .

.. Mr. and Mrs J. Y. Bowen Of I I a, N. c. rn.RRr.M': n. e.
t i July .. 11. 11. II. 11419NOTICR NOTARY PUBLIC
Metal Chair for perch or law* ._" $S.N Roystown Ga, arrived Monday

for a week' rid at the home of I I .l>r AprucATinM -rost :.
Folding Canvas Deck Chairs WM TAX IIP-Plio A- _.__ __._ Mr. and Mrs T. P. Haley. Chaps.e n.-A.. 01 mass '

Parch Rocker _- ___ _ SUI" IJ.il Little Donna Lou Sullivan was Mangier N.41... ..10,....110-III State slut.and County that Da-1a T.. Fire Insurance and

C.n'twt-.. 1061 ....... 1M kit 4sd
returned to her home Sunday from J.... .. D. 1139. W filed I. Kindred Lines

SMITH-CRAVES FURNITURE CO. the Jackson Memorial hospital. I

Mr. and Mrs. Rudjlf Msttson, b.-
Corp. Richard Matlson left Monday EICSB A9r
PHONE 14.-J HOMESTEAD FLA for Fort Pierce where he will I i for returning to UacOill Field I M N.

visit his brother and sisUr-ln-Uw, [near Tampa.



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dioxide. the swimblad-1 I Frankly Speaking"I
ii ESTCARSON joist, entertained with several I of der carbon causes the fish automatically 1 I want a word of advice," the
songs, accompanied by Miss Jua- i
r. to rise to higher level of lower young man remarked to his uncle
I nita Talbott. carbon dioxide content-thus serv-1 "Well" said Uncle tersely
WEATHER DIAN' Club attendance contest lasting {OUTHERN i In
f. sort of safety value
eight weeks started at this meetIng I as a "What is the best way to approach
of fishes the swim-
with members divided into WILDLIEEjo some species you for a loan"

SPEAKS TO LIONS!;two teams Points will be awarded -', ..--.--... bladder additional also appears hearing to aid serve as "It you are sensitive," replied
according to the weight of -. ....- -. --. an Uncle grimly "you had better
I 'Ir.' W pwr wwwrl W rapid contraction of a muscle
; ... .. ... ... By
team members present. - - writ for it Then when you get
...._. .___ ... 1M in close contact with the air bladder -
Improved recording Instrument j!I Visitors were: Mylene Van -- "- '- which acts as a resonator my reply just tear it up without

and method of obtaining data Landingham, Perrlne Harold I| fishes are capable of producing : reading it.-Montreal Star.
Ethel Blanton and Snakes Flaheaters --- --
obtain Martin Ralph -
't now make It possible to a drumming sound and
Information on air currents at al-I'I, Fuzzard Miami. More evidence that snakes do has arisen the
i I from this faculty TSB
tltudes at great as 20 miles Ernest -|| At last weeks meeting Lion 'cut into the supply of fish came name of drumftshes as applied to ?
\ Canon, Miami forecaster of Bill Allan inaugurated the new 1|I to light recently when the Texas certain members of the familySclaenidae
the U. S. Weather Bureau said In I If policy of collecting fines in defense I'I Game Department was forwarded Both sexes of the
f a talk before the Redland District stamps Under this plan, the stomach of a three-foot water hardhead, are capable
I 1 I croaker, or
f LIons Club Tuesday night t suggested by Lion Bill Fink, these snake. In the stomach was a of producing this sound. In the
: "This results In accurate',stamps will be converted to I twelve-Inch channel cat which
more black and red drums the spot or BUY
j forecasting, as It has been proved' S. defense bonds and held In U'I I weighed approximately a pound Lafayette and the equeteagues or

I that air currents at high altitudes,name of the club I Egad! Maybe Twas a Lion! sea trouts, the drumming muscle r' ,
have a great bearing on the movement ! Duties of the attendance : Wild house cats can attain Immense and air bladder are absent in both UNITEDSTATESS
of masses of hot or cold air,mittee were explained by I size One killed recently in the male and, female. )
t r over a wide area" Mr Carson man John Gravel who chair-I Pennsylvania weighed 28 pounds ,
i said nounced the attendance I had full rabbit in
a grown BONDS[
!, which started Tuesday land READ THE WANT-ADS
"Pilot balloons to which are attached its mouth!
radio controlled instruments These Tricky Women '
are used to gather data at'' TO AVOID LIGHTNING I r
Its the truth to help usl! FishIng ' ' '
high altitudes and pressure and Lightning is dangerous Every from a boat in Clear Luke
I, humidity; are transmitted back to wise farm boy or girl considers it I Louisiana recently. a sportsmanand ;
the station by this radio. Eleven to, and does not needlessly make' his wife were having very
:- or twelve miles up the atmosphere!I himself or herself a target for it I little luck His wife slipped the 11'1.11"11.1'11..11"11..1'11"1!
gets warmer. Here are some rules to remember I tail of a small fish on his hook

Mr. Carson showed weather] for a joke After a few minutes AMERICA ON GUARD
In his 1. Indoors Is a safer place than in !
prepared office
i f map and outdoors her husband started pulling :Above Is reproduction of the
explained how Information radioed -! his line to see it it was baited i Treasury Department's Defeat
from various land stations and I 2. If caught outdoors don seek Then the big bass struck It 1 savings Poster, showing an exact
ships at sea It tabulated From!I shelter under a tree especially weighed eight I and one-hall duplication of the original Mint
this map Lire forecast is made and if it stands alone. pounds) I Free Parking: Space \ Haa" statue by famed axadptosDaniel

.* new map Is prepared 'every six I 3. Oak, pines and roughbarktrees Little Bit Goes Long Way I nee K. W. SITU ST. MIAMI! Bonds and Chester Stamps French., on sale Defense at your
; are moat often hit.
hours I Bob Vale, outdoor writer U 1 PHONE: l-tlll i bank or post office, are a vital part
4 Don't wade water. Water Is
"The state Anuricaa
forecaster's of defense
office is
that IM I I 11111111 t1111 11111 1111. prsparattaaw.
located at Jacksonville :a good conductor of electricity backing a new kind of fishing I
and increase the chances of he guarantees will make the lite .
Mr. Carton because that office your
1 prepares forecasts for several]being hit stroke; Take advantage ones feel like whoppers. You
southeastern states. Also there it places You are merely place an ordinary rubber
safer in shoes, if not water-soaked band between the hook and your
less possibility of a station there,
being Isolated in case of a tropical than when barefooted. Don't main fishing lineInteresting : THESE USED CAR BARGAINS
1 distnibance when weather information -,swim during a thunderstorm Fbh PhysiologyThe
would 8. Avoid wire fences and other swimbladder of a fish is
of vital importance -'
t metal objects one of its most interesting organs.I

f "While the state forecast if sent I 6. Don't plow hoe or-plsy. I and perhaps performs a greater i MEAN. .
1 to each station the local fore 7, Lightning hits high objects I variety of functions than any i
caster may change it if local conditions more often; so a valley Is safer, other. It serves as an organ of

J ti.. to also warrant.responsible The for local the station hoistIng than a hill.-Progressive Farmer I I draw respiration upon in the some supply fishes of oxygen which; Money In The Bank!

Nd HoelnT! content without being asphyxiated
of storm warnings In its section -
and need not wait for authority Visitor: "I see you raise hogs,Furthermore if there is an excess

front Jacksonville to dot almost exclusively here. Do you
so" find they pay better than corn -
f Concerning hurricanes and tropical and potatoes!" TrouUciSEEK ? I

disturbances, Mr. Carson Hill-billy: "Wai no. Yu' see, Mac PRICED BELOW THE MARKET

pointed out that an unlimited supply stranger. hawgs don't require no r
of warm, moist air Is necessary hoein. '-Automatic World.
to start the movement of

air current which gain impetus ............ .. ...." """.v. 1937 DODGE 2-DOOR SEDANEx.tra .
until they retch land or a .
bank of cold dry air. This is why I clean; original blue paint; good
such storms begin at sea near the I
equator, he said. EXPERTBARBERING rubber. A really good car.
"Since 1938 much Improve'
ment has been made in followin -, J I 1-
progress of tropical storms and

I. advising the public" said he. 1934 WILLYS FORDOR SEDAN-
"Ship captains must report on

{ weather conditions when requested HAIRCUT ._ 40c What actual new effort are you Worth considering for cheap trans-
by the weather bureau. Hurricane making to end Stomach Trouble
'1 warnings are sent from stations SHAMPOO 40c constant anguishes You have said portation.
in its path to southern sta- you would seek Chiropractic aid
\ tions of the weather bureau instead MASSAGE 40c upon hearing first-hand testimony
t I of to Washington While the, from others who sought
: bureau Issues advisories reporting relief here Why have you delayed 1936 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDANIn -

1 J', progress of the storm no storm BUSH'SBARBER seeking Chiropractic benefits
excellant condition throughout.
warnings are issued until it is 24, for your own relief Come In. :
or 38 hours off the coast of the today
I.. U &. : ROCKS

J Mrs Ralph Fuzzard Miami to- 9:34 to U.: S to I:St.'I to I 1936 OLDSMOBILE "6" SEDAN-
SHOP Tuesdays: 1:3' to U. S U <:31

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist Sundays by Appointment Been well cared for.

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