The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00069
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00069
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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, :All Endorse. Redland Rally START OF.WORK AWAITS ONLY'

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j \' 'Council to Ban Sale of Beer as Well 1 ARRlVAL.OF'ENGINEERS'ASI


: As Wine and Whiskey ort Sunday I I

[ORDERED FOR Following Mayor Chan. T i W of the parking lines waits

Harper veto of tit* ordinance: now only on the arrival of special

t prohibiting sale of whiskey and paint that has been ordered for --

wine but permitting sate of been the purpose I Made
R Part of State.wideProject
MDAYEVENT oq Sunday. on II'OUndalat it Recommendation for establish.meet CITY TO APPEAL

would be Impractical to enforce of recreation board composed to SpeedAction

f the City council )Ionda,.' night of one member each from

ordered the city attorney'' to draft the council, the chamber of commerce INJUNCTION OF "

2,000 Invitations Issued an ordinance prohibiting thesaleof ,, Rotary Clubv Lion Club. MAY START :3 UNITSOF
all Intoxicating beverage tm RedUuut District Improvement Association. -
i Besides Placards for
Sunday Homestead and Redland 15 MEN TO PARTY

1 1 'May'2' Speaking This Wai don after Mayor P T; A.'*, a* contain** to a t*.

.' Harper WM called In and asked port by the joint committee appointed Resolution by Joint Com-

i DADB DEMOCRATIC i if tie thought the more stringent ).0' look into way and Attorney to Study mittee Likens Job to

1 LEADERS LEND AID ordinance could be enforced bettor means of financing the repair of Case for Basis of

; I than the one he had vetoed, the swimming pool The commit- Supers deas Lake ProJectThe

and Mr. Harper said he thoughtIt : tile recommended that such a recreation -
!Amplifiers to Take Messages could. board be given charge of water control survey
City Attorney Geo. t: McCasklUUi
.<' of Candidates The new ordinance will alsocontain the financing equipping and operating which South Dade has wanted and
considering basis for
a appeal-
i to, Big Audience the provision against I of the city recreation facilities mi the temporary Injunction worked for over a period of tier>
minor buying. Belling or serving' including the pool, court and '
placed against official of the yn will soon be under we,.
alcoholic beverage in place diamond baa field. Sine the
The active approval and assistance city of Homestead by; Circuit In what It believed to b* record
'where they are told or served. chairman of the committee andmat
: .t the Dad, County Democratic I Judge Gee S. Tedder In Miami
The council authorized the ordering of rte member were absent, IbM both the district and stale
<< committee and th South for Amusement
: yesterday the Saxon
of the traffic' light for,tilt action on the recommendation was WPA Authorities approved the
Hade Democratic Clubhv* been Company of Miami which
(rttnectfan 01 Rooms and JTagkf poctponed a possible adjournedmeeWtg project r4un ted ,through tjhe
politic tally 4nd nab .Ulan {
*" *- nM bps Ke .otiIeo
"C1verr.\be .avenue*; ;eat CotincUnnafl "J"G Mondr,r rignir": county ccihmlsslon*ird the teal.
for Saturday ot next
and that Homestead ha
*weir nn announced that repaint- The commltte obtained from never County Planning Board by the
the Redland District tos adopted Ordinance
; an regulating
the council a commitment for $500of joint chamber of commerce and
provement Association at tea Red- the of macblD-,
operation the
the 11,000 estimated as needed I dvte.chib* eommHtr of the Red-
land school. PLANNING BOARDSPONSORS for repairing the pod and reportedthat The city council. Monday night land District
Holmes Allen chairman of the
wa uaanlmou In Ibi
opinion that
plan had been discussed for .0 A. Sandqulst, district director
precinct meetings ownmittov of the
a series of dance, shows and oth- injunction It granted shouldbe of WPA with headquarter
the county Democratic committee SOILSURVEYJROJECT er benefit to raise' funds quickly appealed U any pretext could In Miami, read letters at a con-
approved the rally MM! ate meetIng b* found on which an appeal could
before,the wet sea**} seta In. fcrenc of the local water control
of candidate Tuesday in the b* baaed.
Th committee was to have conferred ,committee with Congressman WlV
r court house at Miami requested
with the diamond ball cox: In Miami Saturday, which announced -
them to lake pert In It
leagues last night on Its proposal that the tw'W11u1cf been
William W. Johnston, who u
to include the diamond ball fieldin PRIVATE RALLY made of state-wide
part a topo.graphical
president of the improvement 11- Also Vote Homestead Colored '
Its sphere of supervision but project already
,". ,socrUUlan wiU preside at th* rally approved
..' School on Preferential due to continued absence from the and that work could be started
will be assisted by T. X Kirby, TURNS INTO FREEFORALLJEETING
:president of the South Dade Dem- List city of members of the committee as soon is engineers could report
T the conference wa not held. on the scene and the Miami WPA
O' ocratio Club and t>y E. C Chron-
. > ixter and Curtis Lee a committee Outright sponsorship of a soil Office could find men for the work

appointed by the club at aIn meet- survey project, to analyse classify THE WEATHER Mr. Sandqulst said that plenty

held Monday night On the the various soils In Dd County Offfekl rath.. uses of tWExpmtoMI a.btusuet. of men were available from relief
SUUo. HOIMIM*. rlorld.W roll*. The arrival of B. 3. CIa.ton.auoclate
l platform Inct-b lp1na to direct the and map their location with Bird and Redd Only Local ,
b notations is to what crop each _su \fax')tin B&r.| Rain drainage engineer with
meeting wiU Fred B. Hartnett, --_ L Candidates
chairman of the Dade County I li best suited to grow was voted April ST MM to Speak the bureau of agricultural eng<-

Democratic committee, and Mt. by the Dade County Planning April 1( 1 I 87 I 63 2998 :If Tuesday NightA nearing, whoa services have be noffered

:Allen I 1 I Board at a meeting held Monday April19 ..I| 11 at as supervisor of the IUr-

the peaking will take: place la the court house at MiaMI, J. D. April 20 .. '_ I 11 113 30.23 political meeting here Tuesday toy, to awaited as the signal for

(Continued on Pc Seven) Redd. Homestead, member of the April 2) --I| 1t I at 3018 night In behalf of the candidacy the actual work to start At leastone

board said Tuesday ,April 22 13.7 3003 I of Jerry: Carter for governor more engineer will be available

I The planning board, which April 23 | II .80 2197 .49 turned out to be a full grown rally. the letters to Mr. Sanqutst

FIRST DIAMOND passes on all application for WPA Fallowing the address for this (Continued on Page Eleven)

projects also voted to put on the gubernatorial aspirant the following -

I preferential list *f project the CLUBS GO AFTER candidates addressed thefairsized Data on Drought, Flood ,

BALL GMOO OF already approved project for construction : :; audience in Legion i Losses Asked by C.of C.
of a negro school buildIng Park:
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SEASONTONIGIITH. In Homestead, Mr Redd HEALTH UNIT FOR J D. Kirkland and W. J:. Van I To ascertain tarts and figure

This mean that it will be Loon candidate for supervisor
pertaining to Ui* ...*.. for water
the first project started [ of registration; Roy Weston and
SOUTHERN DADE control, return postcard asking
(Continued on Page Two Leslie M. Qulgg, candidates for ,
H. S. and Dania. Home growers tor Information ad the
---- sheriff, Ray M Watson and J K.
: value of their and UM damage
and Matecumbe Meeton South Dade Democrats Williams, candidate for legislature crop
caused by drought or too much
I Joint Meeting Votes Also
group 3; Bill Pruitt, candidate
,f. City Field Propose Rally DatesA water In each of the abe: productionmasons
to Seek Reopening of for state senator, O. A. Rat
f. sine 1B30 are being
:Redland District fan,will se* tentative schedule of official \ Welfare Office lin, candidate for purchasing
agent Cecil Watson candidate for Ora-
the first night diamond ball gamesof I Democratic rallies in South Dad :
clerk of the criminal court Preston
i the season tonight at t:SS en was arranged by precinct committeemen f Following a talk by Mr. Helen ; : Th cards prepare by County
B. Bird and J. D.
1 the munMpal ftoVi when Homer at meeting of the South Whiting"recreyr*'*A thorned of Rdd. canaidas Agent C a Steflanl, era btintfsent

stead High Scb<>l,"wni play Danl Dad Democratic Club Monday ,a public with unit i* South for county.. eomminUnet wit in compliant with augtgiwtkm -

J High and W. D.'.W_ Co. will ,night The tint meeting wdd be Dad, =mad at the joint meetingof from District mad at are groups
pJ. practice,gam* with'M.""- la Legion- 'Park, Homestead SaW the Homestead Rotary Club and Mayor Qvas. T. Harper *' BUM meeting *o watercentro*
yea I duced the speakers. Mr. Bird
(Iru irdy May 9 at I p. m. I 1M Rndland District.!Lion ClubWednesday'alght bU several.week* ago under
Mr. 'Redd the 'only Ideal candi'
Th nominal price *f tea ants 1'herut et th* schedule* a* la Logjam Hall, : onvC auspice of the chamber ef codV
date to called
will b*charged its pay the lighting I worked out by Precinct Commit a commltte reprwenUnf those speck were
1M end tit the Cat Chaa.G. Turnthe
-utens*. .setfnen E. Oironisfety, Curtis two clubs and the ftedlsnd Dktrtrt Any PowU wtw-do** Net Neelv <
IfonlfStesd Hlgft last to Danl Lee and Jack Peter, call for Chamber of'Commerce'was stp- er, third nan In th* localcomJDiaaIonIr' a post card questionnaire kt

; Twmtty' night at Dsnla It-S. meeting at follower I pointed todo ewythmg' possible we, went home urged to call at the chamber 4
before candidate In this coo-
l just
Homestead committed 11 errors Ferrlne, May IS. to get such a unit estabUshed here. commerce office la Homestead1
test Invited to
to Dani* T. Dani garnered 14 Horn-stead. May 1ft.Itedlud Tb* committee, cnpoc of were speak and get one, a* the information requested

, hit off Clan roger while Homestead I School May 11.Perrtne Tom Undaey of the )!bales JIM Mr Bird said that U elected U will be necessary to present .

1, tad to b*content with 7 off Halt I May 28. Nea soy of the Lion and O. & would give 100 per cent of Ms fact and figure In the need.

Inning by Inning score: Homestead, May 3 Parker of the Chamber of Cons time to the office H* Mid be re- for1 water control to seeking s

Homestead ,001 101 J- S I "ire tentative slate will b* nib- 'men, appointed by the respective slized the magnitude of Dade federal appropriation to carry out

, Dan .. .__..300 111: xU tilted to tb* precinct, meetings head of those organization County M a business to b* operated whatever plan may be evolved by

Batteries Homntead -* Cten- I eo. mitte of the county Dmo j' eras tawtructed aha *to **k the It I* a mUlloo-dollar the survey project,which has been

tngee. .'. eshlraj: Dunla -rUU f)f commute for approval' or 'Dad County welfare board to *- corporation he said, having among approved and will soon get underway

1a. le. aloa. I (Continued. Page Twelve Continued on Pap Eleven) ,

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P"NII Two THE LEADER BNTEBPHISE Friday April 24, 19:fr.

\Y. ROSS BURTON I J. D. Kirkland Seeking Florida City Pastor of 20 Years Ago I 1 a Club sasetel members rally of of the all fourth Tow sec was

Office of Supervisor greaaional district ol Florid. fn
I Returns to Serve Two M. E. Churches i I Key West to JacksonvilleTHEATRE

CANDIDATE FOR I J D. Kirkland, candidate far w- j

parvtaor of registration, WM born The Be*. C a Nelsa. steely Other speakers muilo and
a CIVIL COURT JOBW In Florida and has lived In this appointed pastor of the Florida tag wilt also be on the pro ;
date aB hU We with the exception Qty and Redlan .ComrouMtyChurchea -Every person Interested read-j GROVE
of two yean during which he and Mo. Nalaon burrs Town end old age pension
ROM Button to a candidate was engaged in conjunction work arrived from Eau Gatlie and are iawitod to attend this _tJII,
for the Democratic nomination for I la Georgia.: now living ta the adIaDd'pel"lQfo hear the truth about the Townsend -
judge of the civil court of record, He was graduated from the Val- age cure lo .aoo-.oanditiona I COCOMT: : OBOrJtShews
la the division held by Judge A. a vertttjr of Florida with a mastet'i ),fro Nelson was >a toe,4 Florida now existing" officials.said in an 7 sad f Admlssle tie
Satan I degree and became aaalatant toot- City when tb4 Community noMnetag tNt Mr Tress would be MaUae Sat aad Sma. ttf
Dom in Tennessee and reared ban coach for Columbia Cbtkge. Church WM built there M ,..anaan. UMTspeaker I.. 0 (,. aa.SCNDAT .
an u farm Mr. Ja.u1oD.s hisWiv Later he became a construction He was a boy rout leader
contractor and remained to that A Townsend Club convention
and both ha and Mss Nelson were
through school Ht was ep-I will be held la Baytront Park. Miami THKO WTDVESOAT:
business for U year, in the course active In community affairs. They
pointed to the U. & academy
mMMaiy of which he he built more Thursday, April 10, at 2 p. M.and .
at West Point by. Senator says still own their former Florida City Dionne Quintuplets
followed at I m. byGeneral
will p.
CrfdtU Han. but signed after than four hundred hornet the home on the corner of Palm avenue
Greater Miami ,... When the ta
and Caves avenue
se *ral months to Join the United
St..tre ary in 1X7 and served I boom collapsed in 1929 he last all The Rev. !or. A. Soper who has "Country Doctor"
'but the home In which ha now I
rf' than a year of a two-year served as pastor in that Rediand
f'.!>nent nnrsani with the A. lives in Coral Cablet I and Florida City churches for the
I Mr. KirklAnd hat been married
r 'I past year has been transferred to
21 yean to a nati.* of ThotnatI -
Hr holds fawn Columbia Unl- the Tampa Shores pastorate P Boris Karloff"Invisible
I the -
.... arc parent
The announced at
%,1'1' < bachelor of art decree changes were
bachelor of taws degree and athaiter i girla I the annual convention of the St III
= Johns River Conference of the E
decree to public law "-1' Ray"
tu oeen actively enlaced in BOARDSPONSORS Methodist Episcopal Church in
practice of law in Bade County DeLand Sunday.T01t"Dsend .
anon 1924. -H* Is a member ffanout FKL-SAT THIS WEEK
bar associations a mem SOILSURVEYJROJECT Club to Hear
bet of the Americas Legion and ember Charles Bickford
*.. of ft*Century dub. i' Washington Speaker d
The need ws never greater :
ta It .* now for the best citizens' E. F. Trefs of awntted "East of Java"
and lawyers to assume leadership (Continued From Page One) former secretary .

fa the various. and branchee particularly of amtovernneent lathe ,i more WPA money In Florida.to made available. to State Will be. Chamber the prind gf YtWirYlixta j -Zliwrnere a t' .:-rub lie ,UtilitiesBMMsiead -. M icsatr. ttwi as; MA'mIti

lodiaary' mid-aft. :Burton. I The aoil' survey requested by meeting of the HaeMsteed Townsend IATWMT AT:a>. M.ntEE '

baring the tuning campaign my I the County Agricultural Agent C. Club! Sundaf. afternoon Jn ':-6 at These '''1-11 CAXTJT ." PRIZES
230; in the Nev ef .
tualiOoatlaQa for tale office will be
H. Steffani. to something that moat School -
auditorKuiv W.vHojn* teiul t
compared with those of
my opponents big cduntfea in the state have contidered -
and may the beat man..in. eaacntial wont ago Re-
'If nominated and appouited. I 'suits ef the survey. together with
promise the citizens of Dade .:maps and diagram showing water
County that I will attend strictly level and belt sections to nitej I
to my public duties and that I will various crop. are printed In book
handle the affair coming before form and an an ecenomlc help i
no 11 a ipeedy courteous and ef1 to the established or prospective ',I
r nl manner" grower ),fro Steffanl tald. :
---- tie and Redd were having I!
Parked Car Minus Lights difficulty InK getting the full value

Causes Crash on Hiway of such a project across to Mem I
ben of the planning board. nd
'.1 MM Melba and Moaely Sever Dr. O C. Bryan, professor of toil \
,I' Florida CUr and Jamea Redd chemistry of the University ol
',,1 John Fredrick of Homestead Florida made a special trip to MIami -
..,,, .Td bruises, and the two Sev- to explain the detailed value
.rln were cot about tile bead of It to the board Monday The
I .. car driven by Redd result was that the board sponecu
i,' ed the project Itself to the WPA. 4Ir
a car occupied by
\; r m. negro which was CWMb-j The project will coat from M. t
out lights oa the highway 800 to $10,000 and require. bout
r tl if Princeton Sunday night a year1 work. Mr. Sudani said
its .li said that lilt coWdD": see the
,pcar until too late and Dade county jail under $:toO bond
? lien he did are it he tried to by Justice of the Peace Sid L
swerve off the highway to mb It Kendrick at a preliminary hear
Morn WM remanded to the ing. i

Henry H. FilerFOR I ftJfloJrtA lut .. i


Sekject to DemaeraUe Primary

Through the work of A BUM!

Henry II. Filer revenues

hate been received by

Dade County from the

State's General Revenue

for the first time in his YOU.VB never had such control over Why not let us bran| around 40
tory WITHOUT ss you're jot in this action car Buick Special and let you see how a good
RAISING TAXES! with its quiet, trigger-quick nlvci.oear can make you an even better driver
head itrai ht-eifht engine. than you think you are?

At STATE SENATOR ou've never bad brake M smooth and
sure,yet to light and easy In their action. MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO HI VVSYou've "at/t
he will be able more effectively U datltIw c;,.nt 11-. ......1iMI
I never had a wheel to feathery
to serve Dade a 1Stlw&.,,:e.afw
light to guide, or a car that holds itself
an* **.*, Flat USA.
c I County.Ilia on the track like this one. ...'*,,f-aor- *...w.

Its very steadiness keep you relaxed sigh af, W 4.-../ .rasa. 1
j\ public record of 23 behind the wheel-and that itself makes -grs p.o ad are".,tart.4.ttl txi fnm u
in Dade County is better driver. giaN S. 4J h"""'" '

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REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER Phone 18, Homestead, Florida ,
Registered Land Surveyor
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BOX S$3 HOVfSTCJUH rU. WH8 84".ltll .v''OMQIIt I tHl.: 'Hill fflll l i : _
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Friday. April 24 1986. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE t-'U' Thrna t

SEE' Mrs. Walker QualifiesFor I "No. i. nuttased petal coroptoss reports are mad on all
PARENTS TO School Board Race ',ion. w"-I 1 1n-.lIlat1oM.
"No. Food rOt priwmns t 11
No. $. Established complete of the best Those Incn 1'\'J" 'dare
, PUPILS AT WORK, Mrs, Nell K. Walker, member of OF REVENUE ANDIMPROVEMENTS harmony with the police of thecounty's i treated' like human being
the Dade County board of public municipalities

NEXT P.T.A. NIGHT instruction from District No. 3, I "No. L Introduced many Innorvstions KENDRICK QVAUFIC9
which comprises all that part of In Uw department (mod I Sid U Kendrick ctndtdut. f. trenomination
Dade County south of the Tamiaml ernisation in office equipment : as Justice of the
Trail qualified last Friday M s office has not I which speeds up work in.criminal
Dr. John Harvey Kelloggto I Ii The sheriff only I peace of the toutjh district in the
candidate for renomtoation.
and minor eases). June primary, qualified tot the
Be Speaker for II sustained itself but has In addition ,
I "No. T. All complaints of any: race Tuesday by paying h">
May 8 Meeting i brary; Ind and 3rd study hall I returned fIOl't than $20,000 In ex- nature are answered day and night i fees to the Dade County Democratic .
Two J. Bteler Jst, llth And, CKM,.:ecl.to the,.county treasury either by relaying the call to a executive committee and
Next Friday evening the Homestead 12th grade physical education; 2nd,; during; Incumbency of Sheriff "radio car" or by sending aa officer I to the clerk of the circuit court
} schools will have their seo- 9th and 10th grade physical education -; D. C. Coleman, according to a from the office. Exhaustive and as required by law
ond annual "at home" when ; 3rd, Ith and 10th grade statement which accompanied Mr.CoIemaD' .
physical education .announcement that he
school patrons and friends will I
Miss Kathryn Thelsen-1st. 7th would be a candidate for r nomination n
visit the classrooms and'tee regular grade sanitation 3rd, 8th grads at 'June Democratic VOTE FORPRESTON i. '
school work In progress ThisIs physical education. primary.
the April P.-T. A. program that
I Mr*. Gladys' Webb-let. 12th "When I was appointed sheriffof / B.
had to be postponed because Its
regular date conflicted with that I grad horn economics:2nd, home "Dade County three years ago,"I
economics I; 3rd, 10th grade home said Mr. Coleman, "I determined
of other scheduled events
right there and then to make few
Dr. John Harvey Kellogg of BIRDfor <
Battle Creek Sanitarium fame who C H. Rice-1st ton to 12th man- ual training 2nd, mechanical Dade County and Its tltizens
ii still at his Miami Springs sanitarium ; I
has been obtained as a drawing; 3rd, .th to 12th manual The plan uppermost in my mind,
also was to ate If the sheriff's
speaker for the May P.-T. A. training.
office could sustain itself and at
meeting-which will be held May Oeo N, WskefUM tl .th and
the time add
same revenue
8 at t p. m., Mrs. Ben Archer, 10th grade vocational agriculture; to the counv.maau. At this COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
program chairman announcedthis :3rd, 8th"JI'IIde vocational .arl ll-
time lam proud to submit to the
Week. ture.The taxpayers: of.pads County the results "
For the "at home" program next; grammar schedule reads, )"of.three years' activity, ss
Friday, parrot will'meet In the Mrs J. G. Wynn-1st, arithme follows"No. ,- .

auditorium of the Neva King flee 2nd. 5th.grade arithmetic; Sri -.. ..1. Upturned more than 0th. bistrloi Dade Cemty
Cooper :School 'ato'cl Ck for aVery 4th grade reading
$20,000 iff excM fees to the coun-
--brief i PoT >* -eesikw can* 11 Mrs, 1'Webb-t., .ur grade "
slating 1pOIt2.1'of the Mil! eta bypoem. in&1Mh.2nd.: 6th grade English; "fttoaWailed Your Vote.and Support '
By 7:20 each will be Inthe 3rd, 4th grade English. modern po-
classroom la,which he,wishes Uc*.:.tacijqe$ \It pin deputy sheriff's
te spend the1 first of the'lhre 84. Mts..Edna piftU-lst;*fiU grade ears.".' ":;.*..."' Will Be Appreciated
geography':. 2nd Silt I
grader fceographf -
.etas .Ko-l/' Purchased,six
p minute pat ioda.scheduled! for "3rd. tlk'grade feOfrajphy.Mrs. : new avt-
' the evening. tontoblleefortervic, *
l', Complete .schedules have been Woe< FlfleU-lat, health; r
tnd,, arithmetic;Jrd, geogrs hj.kits. .
'sent by Principal J,.. :..Sommeret '
the parcels so,that ..i ch cant Bute Ray-lit, 3rd grade :
select beforehand the classes he arithmetic; 2nd; language;. 8.rd. CHEVROLETDBIVE 1
; desires to visit Schedules are spelling and whittling :
J' most needed, the parent .who Miss Frances Dorsey'1streadlag
;I I have more than one child in ; 2nd, arithmetic; 3rd, lan-

tp .. choc], guage.Miss. .
jl. The room mothers.are to serve Mary Williams-1st, arithmetic -
at hostesses and- they will see ) 2nd, 2nd grade. wading;.
i that those who need help in findIng 3rd, 3rd grade reading.
classes are guided to those Mrs. Virginia Edwards.-1st, lit
classes grade reading, 2nd, 2nd .grade
reading, 3rd numbers.
Besides:the work In the main
Miss Mary Jackson--1st,. reading -
bulWUW there-will be physical
; 2nd writing,:"Srd, rending.W. .
education cUnnef.in.lhr gymnasium ,xt
and manual.training and vocational 'i h
agriculture classes in the

vocational building. Ross Burton
Work dpne during use year, will .
be displayed Iff all rooms

Following are the classes listed ,
according to teachers and periods A .i
Mrs Ruth Scott-2nd period, a Mw

I shorthand, 3rd typing
t Mrs Lawrence Becker-1st, 8th
: grade history; 2nd, 10th grade
world history: 3rd, 11th and 12th! VSr
grade history:
Mrs. C. A. Field-1st, 10th grade

English; 2nd llth grade English;I
3rd 12th grade English.
y D. E. Moomaw-1st, biology: '
y ',clence 2nd general -|cjeuc j 3rd, useful IT I

a Blackburn--1st, English I; r
2nd, 11th and 12th grade public
speaking; 3rd. ftth and 10th grade and drive home to your&eU'tltis truth:

public.,speaking.Mrs. Howard.'JbhnsonMst, 70\. '... ., It's, FIRST, in its field because it's
grade; boys' geography; 2nd< Ith
grade'arithmetic; 3rd 7th grade

gtrlsV"'geography.. !< d COL.Seeiaj
.' :" nup .
Miss Eleanor Hayden4 lst., Ith
4 grade English: 2nd, IIh' grade 1 :
EngUsht 3r< Tth ta English
,Frank Luu.->Ut grs; >aUd ,geome- 'Candidate. forJudge :r+ s;" fir w anareer.. A U Waving Ana malNllnlUlOII

t .W'.W..Algebdw i It.3r4.; ,Mgebfeit 1t. :: ,lsMIlin" aARt3s ....___ 'Jrifl is "Ades that y ..st.Rlta. 11Dr9Dtit

t fo O"001 r.i, t..eraeaa die DeW 193 nrelet ...
....i.iW = ow"was Wow. --wo
Jessie ileitrIerahap.164,94 ep f w.f.ww
Miss ;
.. b tJU witty eomptt lam-prieti tarf 'wise ar w ed.... ,

Qf"thvCircuitICoor '..1.. Iii New Perfected UvtlraqllaBraW'aBd'
'. ;; OLID JTOt sjaie fl M
:; ,3 'AOy .LlDDIe Soltd SteeT Turret Top ''I'ftur'l'Ol"

'DJIo.ActSOUDI'; BO-..al..li'tbe safest 'H1n'iik. g .see w**..*,a worse.I.deep
9 M"".'h"'t'"veal eN"s'p .
tilt Its Improved Gliding KiMteActkraRid
rnaur: ,
i of Record A" I ; .* Gfn'uma. h>r No 1)rafta80CipR00t a..,. .-.N..,.,

I ftKvaa rtsun MO BUUTVZHnLATIOal Vennlation ami S'l :rj;. ao.e..e a.we

13- give uomuc had .- h
m new roaarr tor MMMENtRXt -And its lfj h..omflN''lon Vahesh. Alt Dill mrtraES ATCHEvmoum
.tb..ets,4..4 soots w.rw tow raicci
The lawyer of Dade ....,.._ sstsd,.,....,.....,_ I.in.ilea.l Engine -the same type of

County will tell youlie's engine that i* employed in world $495 :='v.. tt:

champion power boats airplanes ;.l'6:.': '::

Square' MOTOBIIHITUIKTOT MJUf- and racing care-provides combined ?/ ::" w t.. .= iMONTHLY

PAYMENTS power and economy without' rqrual. :".".,'.:'i/'ir ,.,Ftw.-'::

lie's Fair TO CHIT TOO PUUIII Drive tbenew 1936 Chevrolet todayf =1'------: f

CHET10LIT soma CO. vat aor?. MICH.

I COLEMAN: He's .Qualified. I .

1 1FORSHE Bird Chevrolet Company
: \

trey( Political ...w.-.t) Phona 9S Homestead Fla.jJBft

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Page Four THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, April 24, 1936TSE ,

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rablllll,4 Friday at Hmt. And One Man to County Committee., BY MK& U b BOW, WBRAKIAH | BUMUCT
t ...... Ha.. 117 the South Date:
b Ulshuur Ce.BENAftCnCft. I ---
; I flOATMrrUvi In himself tie Could not Pl'Q
,MltofCatsrei (Continued From Last Week) your tint expMtfa account with .......,. Wdiede.. TMnHar s ... .. seTwa.a.r I nice discouragement when he
i When and where can you the clerk: at me circuit *o>.ut not '1",. ..,I tm.. i i' Eugene O'Neill found no It:
M veeend clan has register? Any week-day until later than May I. 1938, and not !'j 1a/rrder: d IL.U: s-l ,. ..: ,-. s. r. I I I'II' to success but he plodded i o
April 30 at tile office of your county earlier than May 4. 1938. You; over a long dreary way .
Matter Mardi MIX. at the pastlow" i
supervisor of registration must file your second expense account Eleven tpd'boob paid off the "y there I* a little shuck down <,
at Under
with the clerk of toe eoonty reqtol shelf I this week and several 'dune Cod
Ute Ml jf March I. 1178.SCB. 4, Why to it necessary to pay the Cape; way w
poll taxest It hi a requirement: court not later than May 26,193P.' hew volumes came In to take their should be it monument sup'O'Neill
of the Florida constitution that and not earlier than My I%, I"e I place. among them Ia "Fridays lived and worked in _,_
WICK SIM A TEAK you pay your 134 .sod .J9S3 poll File yow third expense aAounTM Child by Gouge Platt rHaIl 1t. I I cable.:: Think of him now. and )
taxes ($100 per year each) before later tJuur Jwly t,- It 3IT <. ; Remember Trkly's child "I I read his "Ah vTOdefnees

Health I* a boon we value moet Pie are eligible to vote votes, How en, yon become .1 I'loving and giving?" Well this teWe We have a new book of form"
When nearly giving up the ghost you are exempt member of the "8'(0t'oecIft1mlt.-' story of a girl born on Friday I las for rtfewncc only It will tedlI
gag only when we feel wete dBkIn .1 t. Wbat1. deN Wtn these pott w* On o> before M.y 4* \M Emily.Trevor, gave of'her-I j I you how to make for Jourwiffl
taxes? They fo into the politic you mutt Wt with the secretary'of 'r self cdrnplrWy, the .poured out many-of 4iw things you have'.si- >
.,.. *su. to do on* Jhlnkteg -I schools fund. state M Tallsalaa.tre. Florida,1yoo love and fffection!: upon aU with 1 way,Ihovfght produoedL-by
.1 .. When and where Of how 'we should ourselves be-i t 1135 you* for the national committee: from last'i she put" :rgrwwed". ronfcwta for the farm,*!
paj'.tl. and taxes
III*". i.'. poll Florida. Then. of. 4Jourse, yes.I.-a3n who told her "Grow k t.hUpve thfMtaemakec;.and trainees nu.A.1fttia
neck-dayJmtq t
fft MUM best our wolf to save at the May 'r .$36. must procure: a majority of.votes (1C WWlt. Make< the other pet ,')'OWI'peprti and paper'fire J
oltkrof county .
Wwii.JMurasthenia's dire perdi. eollectaf >Yo( jour : tax if you hale .opfxw( oh. ,.1* ,you ion ctqic: oinr'of the giving":And you wilT.;wnt; to copy many of]
..., taxes unman,, | first pay your van I Iou'are have no oppousIldayo1*rtoated. 'aaolar Emily trW to act upon:his;;cIo. Uteeat'formulaA for jrpur,owo:user j

AlajrasM, deep, where jw contrition you were 65 ;or or before Just J3L.W January If i T j jIS. vtee.1". tojiiee. Platt lilauck'says' : ,| Maybe you will Milt, to:purchiW]
OlD rescue from the penp of woes lat 1'34; or if you are disabled 1 Are then any .' further: "Wr Jaa..is' tunh* ought tq a.oopy4br youweU..but we wen j
Ot, iut and .rfaeamitismal throe*. I veteran. or crippled nr disables sormatiUe .to being, elected: a know lor she ha been wtiUng all lltl1o..* and we ean't tend It .::
Turn, ,....... while Ifi calked todsj Your tut; -oolllector will IssUe you I member of .the national commit- her life; from. childhoodon I. VTlU-i you'vpletM rtura 10 th
J the. necessary exemption of poll tee? Teal You rite :your threeexpense through girlhood but not until Ubrsry any volume of Wo
Turn quickly from your sins accounts (even. Cflllj,she was the mother of \ hildran ,
taxes, but application must be send i -World*' :Wit I and Humor" series
And allow Nature's law *o made for it. f didn't spend Sf ptroiyF1W your I did she venture to you may have borrowed from the 1

Then joyous health. In I l.a1'j 1. Do! you know what bat been, first expelled account.with tbe,I' story Strange to say it I! Library And also win you pletMf;j
you. j done by your state to ( secretary of state;; Dabserr. not Immediately accepted and took through.your own book and t
encouragethe !
Come turn your step toward women of Florida exercise litter than May', JW8. and D been vrl}tIn& ever since con-1 IIIff It any of the. library looks
Walunl way, j I 100% American citizenship The I earlier than May 1, 1*36, File your\1 But success doe not I have been targottMi And If you 3
And,comfort field. nd length of, IMS session *f the Florid legislature {' word uPe'.acap' t.nth th quickly;to ,kU Take, 'the 'have bad guests or boarders 'Ii.IJ f
day r at state not later than day of OTIeiU. The :
I provided for equal representation secretary; ugvne you please return to the library:
-Jotua Harvey JC.UocI'1, of women on fell party May tt, 1934. and dot earlier Uian stant struggle for recognition defeat :any book they may have borrow..
40. t May 22. 1938. File third always\ t.Ma.him., misery
tr. i otnmlttee your .d and forgotten to return If fil I
THE PLEA OF JUSTICE L What are these party com- expense account nqt than, and poverty his constantcompan I your library you know, and If wej:
j Ttlttce, County executive.earn- July 2, 1938 i I ions. Day without food and. daysof are to carry on we need your *sslstance -|
And you.'Amerlea.'liave' 'done hie(' executiveaosnmlttsl ''1 19 When do your state congressionaL -i bitter cold when he had to stay Now la the time to lend
hatth'a'w in bed to write becbuae he had no '
and'coun\ committee
state executive *i>m-,' I i a helping hand
Would drive ma from each rltf: I fuel to. keep him warm' But he
mlttces: .U1e national committee*. prganlre? Within M days after I II s
town' and Taro; i' j 7 Jp What U the county execuiWe I the election. "A meeting I* csllcd I had one thing, the thing which What was the most you ever] j
I plead'oncefroore. awiken from; committee It consists of by the retiring chairman'bt each saved hire He bad unlimited faith j I j i weighed?" 9;
youf tlfep and committee, 10 days notice being "One hundred and fill
I one man one woman to beI i ]
Or wilt
you arise to mourn and
I elected from each election precinct given. party committees It i II up to the' pounds." ,
weep in the county, 'every two year Florida men have gallantly invited women to accept the invitation and I "And what was the least yow.
Co search yourself, see how Lisp,I, 10. What 'is ther congressional the women of Florida to' to elect the best women they. have i I ever weighed?" ,
greedy few |executive comrrftly It consuls have_equal representation on the to represent them 'Eight: and one-fourth pound'\
Have seized! your wealth; already, 01 one man and one woman to '
,millions rue be elected from each county to the
Each day. hat comes, without *i I congressional" ) district" very two m f LO IDA'4II # L .. At. vIVyMiF fAI

ray CI{ tope- I,years:
Wit head bowed-tow they know 11. What Is the state executive
not where to grope eoraraittocr' It consists lit ont f '7T
} man and MM woman to be elected .. f, '
You crime-filled courts disgrace tears each lie Florida 87 counUa .
'mi ,- &"
your hty pane ", every two ye rl. -
The guilty one aN freed both It What Is- the national com '
laid tad fame mlttee? It consist*.of one mat
Art lifted high; victim of tiream-: ,and arse 'woman from eeeh Mat ,

stance and territory tIC th*.United State ACiU4J.JY. JfIJU$
Of questioned guilt, am left with- 91 America to be elected every I 1lJ
out a chance four :years. Ant;

There IS. How can you become t .r
arc no equal right, from
East: to West member of the county executive .
Corruption stalks, and with It I committee On or before the
grave unrest I lath day of May 1(36 you must
from North to South there hangs{ appear before the derk of thei '
a heavy pall j circuit court,or the executive com < < r
And mitten of your county, and qualify
BO one know the meaning of
" n.u.Arlit. I I.* a candidate for county
!teewoman from the e commlt-I I
America and tee your'cinct to which you live ,
/ plight |Iof course you must get enough
Before you are enshrouded In the'votes to be elected, if you have
nightYour ; opposition. If you have no opposition I

freedom endangered, while 1 I you are nominated by the
you steep) 0 a ]committee
Awaken bow or else forever I 14. How can you become s *
weepl! ||.member of the congressional executive ,WlEQLS77NtSi SOVTlI ; I'I'RAf4
Lynn Russell In the American committee On or before 4 A,4nz1' 62Z1fr
Eagle | the Dth day of: May 1938, you
must tile with rM. congressional
c! WOUr semen vTONDEtS committee ht your congressionaldistrict
t I or with the clerk of the r
"I wonder where be get bit circuit court of your county, your NLA4 4eA0fN1t1K
IIQ'." I Quauflradan a* cwndldato, for

,*t woadwjbow:,.sh&can,. steed eongressional conunitteewomsnfrow
t mach ".. the county. whfc you live.
"I wonder If b* b really In earns Then of acursese, If rots have any

, f esl- opposition you must get enough
"I wwadet U she wul be altttafl{vote to be elected. If you have Tjr+ eww ,. 4t
up tot xne," ln. yu are Bommatcd.
"I wonder It ha think nobody j 15 How can you become a
suspect him" j member of the state executive
I A "I wvnder;.U alee think the!,IIIUItIire? On or before the
. powder doesn't show" {Ith day of May, 19311. you must
.I wonder If he will ever prpoIt. L file with the state executive commlttM. -
.* Chicago Fort. \| 0\ :with the, clef; .CIf the 40Tk.

;tbmit court of your county, your
You, ..\ awwectot* home tilt c QUkUncataon. M a candidate tor
you've lost It money till ifrsftent,(stale coramttterwtxnan from the

your w*. till W. toined W.ornMl -, county VtocHTw live. Then, ,
a Ctuh. bOt Old GJory till you!I of. I
sera it Itaegint on. a broomstick| you must get enough vote
M Roe shanty of a consul toJ a,1 to belected. If you"haft 110 tip-. Wagth ef..WOXK R,BEE"? life b"MM*. imalmdAs l 8ewtof the **'SeMhot* warjwhm

I rigi. towtk-O.. 11eM)., i'I pollymat are .jwmimrted, ,rode by wear told tsar ratkar tki the w.:- the sewers were ht ess tact few at fredb
>" "I I '!<<:' Are then any flrthe4'krth- bietaag'ef tlydoPar 'Da daOkats la loatraction I* India Mtbraak ;Wkfl*'kot fcmOt far wIts p*>-
The height by great men reached aliti to being elected a committeewoman -
wenlerM framework, that after klx et seven pies u a atackads B+.dea Castle was designed
and kept |, on' the county executive week ef acrenoM ?shoe tie little en allft'* labor withstand Indian attacks and wa, leer-heM todnlt
Were not attained by committee, congrrsaionar executive -
auddeQj: COIIII'ftlttft. k coded 'by *. natoral death Rave rU cliuatfa rift defense. tiers ft wa that Ue citizens
night or slat eaettative
Bui they.who'.U'wir :! comwiKtee? ,Teal Kenrm- c MHUea* in FbrM*')mrIit th* worker best to wsUia gathered fist yratKtfcMi,when ttrt,Mcarion, oVuuxUd. '
but .AIOIIII.j ber lo file your three expense *ccounta. a strong relay during the winter months a Ta old be dlag n a4n4te fairly geld 'i
Wet* toiling v I (Maybe you wont.have teat quits unposubU In e Uer eJbaon. -. ceaditiM BnULltO). at which tiat it wo Vflj
tight ,ant: but in that case report that .. cnmbttaf wail *f tit DEADEN CASTLE baaaes/ Sm '

-Longfellow. J j you.did not, spend .a cent). File saver Be.aeasaaytel mgrin repiftder\of Ihoae .. '\ ,

A 'laa

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.. Friday, April 24, 1936. ..IwSims THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Five


the Riverside Baptist Church of
Apr. M-MoritlBg sermons
[ POST Miami, will conduct the final service WEST FLORIDA "Near the Kingdom": evening COUNTY IN 1918Carl
of the two-week revival the I ennea.. "Once Saved Always
. .. .
Homestead !Baptist Church tonight *! "
Saved". na rims aervioe
Earl K Venno, who served a* Or J. Dean Adcock pastor I wiH fellew the evening *erThM. >
of the Orlando Baptist Church Tallahassee. 33 Senator Holmer, Jr., who has held
deputy' under four sheriffs of who ha bees holding the service I William C. Hodges of this city the. office of supervisor of.....er..
de County and was road patrol to president of 'the Florida senate, ttoa tor Dade County since Uli.
twice daily wa compelled return -
deputy South Dad In 192, *nitounced to Orlando. who" week launched his speaking CHRISTIAN SCIENCE without opposition except: la the
t his candidacy for the campaign for the governorship aWaaI primaries of lUJ and tut la a
Democratic nomination a* sheriff I Mr. Sims ba Just finished revival today reviewed Ma past Apr M Lesson sermon candidate for re-election in 1IU
service at the Cast Hill "
after death.
Saturday I topicTrebatlen
week* activities with extreme he won by neartour thousand
In a statement made white In I Baptist Church In PtIlP'>>Ia. Dr. satisfaction. H* asserted that his "- ,
Adcock will address the state Rotary IftSCWAL:
Homestead yesterday Mr. Venno I meeting everywhere have bee In announcing his candidacy
convention In Tallahassee
said that' during hill career a* a more largely attended than thoseof Apr U Corporate east MK Holmer said:
public officer be had steadfastly I Monday his opposition and are evidenceof mvnloa ef "_u'. Auxiliary
"Dado County ha* never had an
t advocated the establishment a9 e.sa.1IOMr.3IEA.
In the.herit I his outstanding strength today.He boa
scandal ballet
election or
!'. office of a uniformed now I* |a West Florida working .
METHODIST: stuffing during my term at office-
county road patrol whose duties JUDGESMALLTOASK down toward the center of the
cnusctiApr and has escaped the cIIpIonNlooeondItIont
would be directed principally tosward state and Its southern portion. ,
d .*Merarng and eveaInr that have) Minted he
the protection of the public In moot places where he speaksIn
HEELECTIONTOCIVILCOURT message by the Rev J. Tampa and HtUaborouih County
against criminal rather than toaervo behalf of his -candidacy, the .
1 ferter special mule by the t will continue to work aggressively -
as mere traffla officer senator stands; on exactly the same choir. and untiringly to insure a clean
"While road patrol deputy In pot he did two yean ago when ballot for Dade County In the future
this section* be Mid, "I learned he stumped the state single-hand FIRST FRBSBTTERIAN a* I have ht the past toyears.
the need for more protection for i ed to advocate passage el the car CHURCH ."
. the grower of this district againstthe Judge A. B. Small will seek re- lUtutioaal amendment exempting A *. M Menln looks Mr Holmer was born bi Florida
depredations of fruit thieve nomtoaUon a* Judge of the civil smaller Florida home from tax- -A"+nnT and AffllctlmOWP and moved to Miami IT year....
If If elected I will appoint four uniformed :court of record la the Democratic ation. He sponsored the measureIn Ttacken" evening U4.tPreebytery He I* I Mason, I Shriner, memberof
deputies from the'south primary June 2. the senate, then made a statewide and Frwkyterlal the Acacia and Civltan stubs,
0.t end .ef the county to patroL' the I He was iPoia*", to thin office speaking tour urging Its! approval ReperM and a member of the First Baptist '
0.c grove district of South. Dad Inradio in 1MO by Governor Doyle CftH- by the .electorate, and it Church of Miami.
patrol can." ton to'tUl the unexplred. term of carried by'tare* to on* }n M of tsar lrre Teen

Mr Venno I* married and re- Judge John C Oramllng. who resigned I Florida1 8? counties. In the days. when whaling voyages I'
ildes at 22 S. E. ,Second itftet. Miami on account of IU baattn. Senator Hodges la baaing his often lasted five, seven, tight "Whafi the matter with fcejrl"
i, He a* born In Boston M .*., In 1M 'Judge.SmaU was ....... pnsawot nampalgs remark upon or oven ten yean, the mate- of a "She says yea dkl.' kIM bar
, 41 year ago and received his education = without .opposition, to succeed: b.1I.'MO of baafr.performance whaling ship about to leave port goed-by"
in the grammar.and: high himself He to now serving.his M a Jtatoaenato from Lawn Counta : tapped the veteran skipper on the "Well." laid the captain, TM
l schools of that cfty During..the first full ..... Hi friend say A*I >.JMi J4mar* and net upon a shoulder and said, "Sorry captain only going,to be gone two years:"
;World War lie served with the V has applled.hin.elttodustelasssty i platform..f promises, her declare I but your wife-1* weeping" -Ttt-81ta.
S. army in France from June, HIT, H.cJtes.M nu'appkenoppoeltlpn
4lll August !.!.. .VJwiihto :dif duties sit the:ataena'M.te.wl: *anau>w-
charge from the army he,returned I vicinity of jGoulda and has many' ance ( ;'and:.his Sight against l
, to.Boston. for a brief pertoAandV \( Mend* m.t.bJI.e4Iand'Dlati1lL. increasing salarteatetpublic eflttcial -I FOR JUSTICE
>en .etme UiMi ml In'tho'' shadpeen I : He b I ,pijnidcnt-of! .the 'Dede: #MlWtfeaWvr the watchful,
I J9l to -hi attitude pver-the'trrksury which
join *:fjamify ..goupty.Federshoir'' >> .pt I, WXOye I
living i'e since IBIJ. ; he < iwtiagw u\ hislemfaa
: :"' meni Astodatlona and,ofjk JUv% !tajlevwe gd OF: THE PEACE
'iom'Utl1124 ft .
** servtd"luccetalvely ..governorHe
A UtJn :
i'frsWe JbivprovtKMAt o v "" '
. [ ; as policeman' '..tndthasgivenvaluablq help and J opnly [ Miami police 'iletiartment.Mjit-; advkoato.tJia EsdOAod PUUirt iiftC .ftitloralxrid i ie p'e+ilk+ls and Mether1 -

1 .nt: cfltef department of tti 'KftamrBoad ahd>lnv gat6r\ police 1 Kirov here! Aseacl.Wes? *} pe&fcH-rfocv cbndr**) wbMbIallte2ledeeeaediiespaeitatsd..j l : TO MY )FRIENDS AND VOTE1 S OF TIM:

In the county noUcitor'i ofta'He I He'i*Wu that Mxlnum autoiko.+I .OF TOE fEACK ; DlSTWCT: \ '.
tleattle : &Tl.JU:8TICE':
thin kherilF Now I.O.OJF.Deputy 1
beedme l put, told bile,taga Of IS are posaibto. slang
.warden; under former Sheriff Grand Master. with payment of the Bother pea-<' ,r
Chase,serving In'this capacity Jot WAS Without vadtfmtf' ..oy -.mew i i'l'Mrebr announce my candidacy re- tee;. .

three years-. H. & Beattie of Hotnettead was texas or curUlUng any .,....,.-.
Venno again became warden of 'elected deputy grand ..mal.tI.IDdIaaa if the! ...,., Js lion as Justice of the peace subject to the.Democratic -
the lair and:in. charge eel thermos 'the Florida rand conducted on a decently eoooomk- '
Inal department of the sheriff's pendent Order of tnIII..1 at beats Primary In June, and I will certainly appreciate
office during the administration of 'yesterday at the close I II
former Sheriff Lehman and nual convention which was held I
and in said election.
iWyndham and held this office for in Arcadia. your vote support

four year Since UJ3 he ba Other. from her who attended'! William Hodges
I devoted his attention to private the session of the Odd Fellow I Sincerely your justice of the peace,
c business enterprises. and Rebekah convention in Arcadia

were: C. P. Grlnold, E. Z 1
3 Negro, Hold-up Men Thompson, Mr. L S. Caplinger ) Kendrick
Sid L.
Bound Over by KendrickWalter Mrs. Jos Gay Mrs. Beattie Mrs I
Cora Belle Orinold and Mr*. Harr> i

and Lonnie Vaughn and D. Wolfe I
Lonnie Jones negroes, charged i
..r :with timed robbery on J. C. Craft
an April 8, about mile and a half Vote for
north of Perrtne, were bound over
to the Criminal Court under 1300 Judge A. B. Small])
bond each by Justice of the Peace
Sid L. Kendrick Monday night I
The negroes In a cw with a
Georgia license, which was the b
meant of Identifying them later I .
allegedly crowded Craft car off I
the road and held knife at.hi* Y
threat while robbing him of $n.-
43 In cash a gold watch and q F i AG.aidate't. a .,baU&a IU. Candidacy fa* ;
pocket knife


For the Deal in Or. FLORIDA

OPTOMETRYDR. T* Ike'I'M pU ef TU diets l

WANDER ... U Omwratfe. ....-.... 'I

icearie'II ......,.. .. **IM tM JL7 .
PR. B..CprALEZ sad ill'"'''' ar..e.- yo. erne t leaky reel
111 Venetia, AnMe.r MtaoU. _. 1144es about it with
IOIM.1 1. tl' AMroociaf ,1 tee u replacing Carey Roofing
._......../1_" ,.. l
: a s.1: j.r ... a.-.u,0 tor reb.a 'or &UalwOiu 11m la templet. .o 704 CA.
'f _. ..... ad r_' t..Mrs a.
.chooM Mactly the right trw for the yitrpoM, '

4 4I Let Us. .;Menraawa1., beA..ocae :'"'-4.: tYr.afa, ....,.IIIIITU.: ...n..' Not wily eta we give lea the, Ugheat q M*> .

hteeeeed ;KltueeM 'per e. .... -"'+WaI&e _,.,. :

.Jlej, t r .Wet.tf th OJ : U. I ':"JI 1 am'b"Let.. .

1 1'j Y&urCarWood Crril :Crt rf '1ee :I rvt 9l rpets he "'". ,., us bid ea Tat rAd .......: ,

% wt at* .....? t... a .w,6w !

:.- Work .r..ioanseetaua. rrfanary- -. -............._. --. -..--... I Brooker inbei'Co.'
.. !
Body, Fender Bepairs' Your Support Will 4k : uallfia.Wi.r_ .r. AMnM/rb_ i 1 1f

. I Appreciated

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Paw 8x .. .... m.. THE LEADER ENTERPRISEFridAy, Alrll24.! 1s3G,,
I Mr end Mr. X. A,Fry fit 30,, 2.1 Go to Miami Revi..I' ... JT. 0;-WyniVMr and K1'I.' ; r.-

ami moved Friday Into their Over Local Pastor Conducts doae. Mr. and Mr a C. Kurt.

!tea Highway house which wa recentty Mr ;and Mr*. Young Mr
; and
occupied by Mr and MnI .
and Around : : '
In I Wm. Knight and family I Twenty-four memben of the BUt Nolan Mr and Mr

Homestead-Methodist Church surprised Moaer, Mn Koeatline, Mist

| J.or.. Underwood and Baxter their pastor, the Rev. A. A. toInette Mom Mia Nella Sa

Homestead Holland left Monday for Pahokee. KoetUIne, by appearing In a group Mia Helen Field, Mist Mil
I Tuesday evening at the revival Qibbs Miss Martha Close
'I Mr and Mn. Otis* Swain and services he to conducting Floral Edwina Close, Miss Marjorie

ton left Monday for their home Park: Methodist Church at N. W. Miss Eflie Booth and Mill Wa

'I in Georgia Nineteenth avenue and Fifty-tint I U KoenUlne ,
Donald Ames, who hat been I Poinciana Grove, Woodmen Circle terrace, Miami The
GoUetteacheck pallor of
Mn Joe Floral p"I
connected with the United Fruit I Mn Sarah Martin, district baby are visiting at the home ot: In the party were: Mr. and Mr*. I Church is the. Rex J. H Ha
Honduras, for attendant Mrt. France Coker
( in
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I Mr OoUete eheck* parent, Mr 4
two yean, arrived Saturday to district chaplain, and Mr- Ruth week. ,
and Mn Ray Gooding
Godwin, attended the funeral ol
spend five weeks with hit mother,
Mn E. A Ames and hit sister, Frank Depew, husband of District CARL HOLMER JR.For
Mill Carlotta Ames, at their home Manager Myrtle A. Depew, at Fort .
on Newton road. Pierce.Friday- Re-election: as
Mi... L. C. Van Name and her Mr. and Mn Artie Will ol I JUSTICE JONES Supervisor of Registration !
father Andrew Hagaman left! Eagle: Lake, Fla, left Wednesday
Rowmont, Mr. Hagaman winter on their return home after a week
home In Redland Tuesday to spent In Homestead with Mrt.WUlit TO SEEK OFFICE

turn to their hornet In Staten re-I' brother, James H. and L. Dade has never had an

land, N. Y. W Robert -
A W. Jones, former; Justice of election scandal or ballot .

Mr- Antoinette Gram of MIn- I Mn J. E. Davis, zone president the peace of the old fifth district, y [-
*e poUa who hat been in the; PostGraduate of the Woman Missionary Societies this week announced a* candidate box stuffing since he

hospital nine weeks receiving of the Methodic Church, for the Democratic nomination
treatment for a broken South, Mr Preston B. Bird president to the office of Justice of the was first elected in 1918.He .

leg bone, returned Monday to the of the Homestead society, peace ot the fourth district, which

home of her IOn J. H. Gram, on and Mr*. E. J. Dyal plan to attend now comprise the old fourth andfifth a
Welt Plummer drive Her broth the annual meeting of the societies district
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr of the state In DeLand Tuesday Mr. Jones ivho came to FloridaIn

T. E Rutherford of Milwaukee Wednesday and Thuraday. 1920, helped organizethe Red- will continue his aggressive
and their daughter-in-law, Mr I land District Chamber of Commerce -

R. J. Rutherford of Indianapolis FLORIDA CITY helped draft its by-Jaw, efforts to give,
visited at the Cram home from paid the the first membership due
Saturday till Wednesday Mn. W. W. Sever?. CorreaJIM eDt received by the chamber and wa this county a clean ballot .
.......... I I ....... a director from Florida City for '
if he is elected.:
Constable Joe Scarborough it M.... David Husband broke a five year He was also president
attending the state convention of leg In a fall at her home Saturday of the Florida City town council.
constables and Justice of the (Prd Polilleool,Ad..r.w..uA

peace in Bradenton this week. Mr and Mr*. J. H.Go** and ton -
Miss Elvlda Sanchet and Leonard Florida Spent

.r... Barlow and hit titter, Mill Mallott left Sunday for Brown-

Myrtle Barlow have gone to Plant ville, Texa They plan to spend
City where they plan toralat a week at Danla on the way $36,861,207Last
strawberric J ..

Mr. and ,Mr*. Paul Haley returned Year
Mrt- Thomas Jefferson Cole of Tuesday from a trip to rl
St. Louis who delivered the address Beauford, Gt.i DADE COUNTY p-
at the Thomat Jefferson day

banquet at.the MoAlliater hotel In i Mn. B. F Collier 1* reported aye
Miami and her hostess, Mrt Jat. I to be III at her home here. Paid Over On -Slxlb a ter,. i.yl
M.Carton, apent Friday here with t
MSB >J. Milton Leath and Mn Rudolph Mattaon t* serving on of the SJala'Taxes I

Ben Archer Mr*. Cole la president the Jury this week. .

Educational of the St.Council Louie and Democratic program Tom Cohernour and Lake Belts] Mete fi tic TIM (.

chairman of tin Women Feder- are employed in Miami this week. STOP Irl

ated Democratic Clubt of Mlttourl
Mn France Anderson of Miami VOTE FOnERNEST .
wa a guest over the week-
Mr. and M.... L. t Shattuck: are
end at the hoops of Mr. and Mr*. ILGRAhAM
leaving their Redland home tomorrow -
Leslie Fonyth. I
for Springfield, Matt. and

Lake Placid, N. Y. Miss Ingabort Mat on was a
guest on Thursday of Mn Frank'
Mr. and Mrt. John Evana who Stalling of South Miami. fee.
have been visiting Mrt. Evana'
uncle, John Bauer on Redland Lewis AldrlcA. Jr., ha Joinedthe STATE SENATOR

road are leaving April 87 for their. field artillery section of the
home in Philadelphia U. S. array and is now stationed at sus se O..rw/M, f1/.rep ithe Norge
Fort Bngg,.N. C. raw hi as WWI"" See
Mr. and Mrt Undwy Moore,
Mr. and Mrs. Carter of Alabama'
Mn Vivian Rogen'and MrtM W. before
arrived last week to we about the ,
Miller all of Miami,spent Saturday -
property of Mn Carter' father, w
with Mra. Rogen' brother-
the late Ceo Maynard.
in-law and sister Mr and Mn.i' wy'"s e arr ,

E. J. D7aL. Mr. and M..*. C. S. Phillip and

daughter, and Albert Phillip left
Mrs C. W. Cauley;; of Port May- Saturday for Pahokee. t

ace arrived Monday for a visit' Pittin tittUHMT avereds N"/ the greatest Norge of all tlm.
with Mr and Mn. A. O. Cain I Mr and Mr i"Robert: Bares Before she
I who apent the winter here left buys reNorge cost: no more to own
F. M. Fogte made a business trip Tuesday for their home in Connecticut -. rBTSICAL CULTURE HOTEl frigerator, the looks at three -low to we Terms... the

to Orlando this week. IDEAL I* Hoitkmtflmml different nakticbooici easiest ...',. ever been able to
*m4 Star** .
....- t. SOO.IMtrttim Nor,.. The reasons for her offer Now it the time to begin

Bert Branch and Ted Thomas Would Protect Peopfe's i IIfATU1tAL IftTHODI ONLYNO choke are (1) coaveaieBc: your enjoyment) of that luxury
se inicirias. Daoo.s OROi'g
week for Lake Okeecho-
left this
(2) 0) Mechanical
>*ATIONS&re.Atrrrr economy. that saves u nod more than it
11M. Rights and State Assets I 11II ...... rss...aiiY superiority tad (4) .
"".' a .,...- of t...dttto reiponaibthty cosrt Come in
,--. .... .. of the auumfacturer.
Mrs. Settle Brady, state Inner ..... are akawlwrW A FEW or HINT
sentinel and local deputy Of Royal Daaahly nq The survey that brought theM NORREEATORI
ell ,.
etas. facts alto
to light disclosed jw. Vlis..slw CtmU-
This to met a Lrefh> LadrMden g
teaser .... tt..ewwy fee.bm another very significant fact sense Sealh sad lack a
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Door t* let Cfmftrtmtml a Alf
F her Norge for a period of time,
g m m fh J ttikt a Cbntj
Iwo ouks" the finds that it
alit it even better Sp.u.JJhrlJ Brr Impend
W.tn tmtitt Health ITnto.ta than the had expected-better Lcil.al a All Smw Hell C-
Mkri mm4 U of" te MiM>
the >rk"UM Mot Few e -* COOAHIALTH in the essential qualities of cooOak' Jm Irs"'I R.A.nr Mr-
ask hr e..asa awti. a's"'s'' .
.e ter be I" Saralee ienwoce economy, cleanliness,
ease of racer laM, dependable performance. THE ROIUTOR COatfKSSOR.
_ba s ..es..1 a.a fare
==:"" rwtu,. .f its rid And member, the RolUror
V lete TbwaadawW ea.1:1
1 ? = a.tahs of..sawst. 'efrlrratOt'-.m06enn'7ot
syarrvdwe: a____
today improved ia 0 r w
every part _, .. d...= t
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load" whe ibID interior arrangement, ia ,
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oadd Convenience fcstwn, in,*Al -
SAMUEL W. CETZEN rib"a t ncy, ia economy of"eposttoa -

J C..JW.I. fr It Is, b a wide nargin. ....J.J-
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Ib LI* platform Mr Cetaeatales '
1 "At State Treasurer and all.
a .
..... Malaria
member of tile varion. eomtituttonal NORGE SHOP
State Boards I ahaD strictly WROTE TODAThim
FOR HERIMt ea.fofte law far protection of 1'teaopte ::::t: ... Jr "ad" --- :j
and the asset et the State Boatl.! Ire 99 North Krome Avenuef'
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IU.;,< Friday. April 2/L. 1936, : THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Seven ;'

4-H Clubs of District Will Hold :

The Redland Rattler Their Annual Exhibits Alay -5 G. C.

: HMMIK W. HATHAWAY I OB Tuesday, May 5, the Homestead man of the Ugh school club exhibit -

-M..H...._...... and Redland 4-H Club will and Ruth Owen and Merle "DUTCH"I
Jenkins are chairmen oi the elementary
Red-land High Selects ready at all time to Join her hold their Mutual inhibit of work club exhibit I

Its "Who's Who" List i I'alliance brother In against defensive all adult and offensive, done during the year The Redland 4-H exhibit will

I Floyd This work will be Judged and open at 12 o'clock under the supervision -
Pendleton, president of Oreenway;
f" the winner win compete In the of Mrs. H. F. Mitchell
Last Friday: the seniors apan-I I Airports, former sweetheart and county Achievement Day contest leader of the high school club and
election present suitor of Ann A/ton,
sored an to see helps
in Miami on May 9 when 82 scholarships Mia Virginia Delaney leader of
who" In Redland High School work out a Solution to her pro)) ,
for the state 4-H short the elementary 11'OPh ills
r The whole school from the seventh lem. This role I* taken by Atoruo
i course in Tallahassee In June will Jensen I* chairman of the li:gh
grade through the twelfth, couldvote ]I Bennett Mary Chalfcer plays be awarded. This work la directed school club and Mar JOIl" Fjglt
upon Vie payment of a Sc Oilda the girl next door, and Lucille by Miss Pansy Norton, county of the elementary club a
poll tax DrigiEer has the part of the Awards will
borne demonstration agentThe be given for the
The returns are as follow: old family cook. I I Homestead exhibit will be best work and records In sewing,
3 Most popular girt Oulda Leg-. "Solo Flight will be presented held in the 4-H I'OOnut the Neva food preparation, canning, home
in the Redland School
High auditorium
gett4Most King Cooper School at 7:30 In Improvement lawn improvement
\ popular.'boy-Roy: Camp Friday at 8 p. m. The admission I tho evening under the supervisionof flower raising vegetable raising.
bell. charge I* only :25c the high school club leader dairy work and poultry work and

;t Most conceited girt Marjo Mrs. Fred Redd, and the elementary for the best original song and the
1 ,is-acey. The senior have sent for their I club leader, Mrs. Harry D.j greatest Improvement In health,
Most conceited boy Wilson play books\ The senior play will Wolfe. Fern Robertson 1* chair- posture and food habit
'Walsh be a new type of play, of which ......
y Best dressed. girl-Alma Jane very few if any have ever been Candidate for
XJndgren. '' put on at Redland. The date of : ins 10 feet and was asked to Jump
Best dressed boy-Warren" Wil.son. the play I II May 22. the higher mark to set a new district

I Most studious girl-Mary Elinor The Redland baseball team was I DADE CIVIL Aubrey Cheshire came In fourthIn REGISTRATION
r Winiaim. again defeated Fisher that had the 100 :yard dash and Richard JIM Dememtlo rriiaary
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Most studious boy Gordon won *'gam and lost a fame to Mattaon competed in the mile
Cross. Redland, smashed out a 11-3 vic/ COURT BENCH run. Tell Your Friends

Bert gut duneerVera Parker tory. 'Many of Fisher1* run were About Him 1
Best dancer due to error LEADEK-ENTEKPRISE: WANT I
boy -Raymond Albright
I Oedland plays her last district w. r Brown, former Judge of ADS BRING RESULTS I' (Paid PoIIUftlI ..-'....,'

Blonde Venus-Arcelia Jarman. game Friday, Apr. 24, against the court of crimes, recently announced 7
Edison. that he will be a candidate
,i Apollo of Redland-Earl Swil-
tI7- in the June primaries for the

I Most attractive girl-Oulda Leg- The English classes are workingon position of judge of the civil courtof BIG VALUES IN '
Eett theme on safety. The theme record, now held by Judge. A.

Most attractive boy 'Roy are to be from BOO to 1.000 words B. Small
punpbell. long. Brown was appointed judge of
the court of crime In 1927 and USED CARS
Smallest girl-Eleanor Murray.
.1.tt Smallest boy.-Charles Turner.Largest The seniors took their college' served for eight yean, retiring in 1
entrance examination and 1935 to the private practice of
. (dri-Mary: Graham. psychological i
Largest boy-Leonard Cash. test Wednesday The results law He entered the legal profession *
1935 BUICK 48 Two Door Sedan with trunk and
in Miami in 1919 and for six
Biggest girl pest-Marjo Macey, are promising but all of the;

Blgest boy pest-Jsck Turner. paper have not been graded. ,was years a member before going of the on Dade the County bench radio Runs and looks like new ...........4725
Bestmpsician-E.: J. Graham.
Most athletic girl-Lucille Drig- Democratic executive committee
2 TONS OF FISHORDERED He was born on a farm near
ten Hayesvllle, N. C., and received 1931 BUICK 57 Sedan. 23,000 miles ............$675
Moet atokttc boy- JlilpH Mul-
linI' his A. B. degree from Mercer

Best all around girl. EmilyF l FOR I from University' and his LI B. degree 1933 BUICK 5 passenger sedan In excellent con- i
the of
J'ayne. ... University Michigan
Best all around boy--Ray DunpU. **,J..,- riALLDAYEVENT; lie; married .Miss .Bessie/ Ivey of dition. New tires. A clean job. .............1473Preston
". Sparta, Ga, and.they have two ,
Best dressed'teacher 1 daughters and one son. : 1
Baker .- P. M (Continued From-Page One) Judge Brown is t Mason, a '
I member of the'Aepcla Club Isaac : B. Bird
JoUlert tMcher-HC> L. :Oder.Swille In'too open on the school grounds
Walton and
League, Dade
Neates'',1rtLWlaa /. I witfl\ public address amplifiers Florida Bar Association Countyand M
a> Freshest freshman Junior take, the menage of the candle
Judge Brown promises an hon
JUvej, dates to all comers of the grounds. Motor Co.
eat, courteous and fair administration -
Wisest, sophomore :- Mary E. The'program will begin at 10 a.
of his office
:Williams, ,t .- m. .In case of rain the rally will Phone 18 8 S. Krome A\Ie.
Most, stately junior-Carlotta adjourn to the auditorium and
:Ames gymnasium ,District Pole Vault

t Most dignified- jsenlor-WillardHendershott Mr. Johnston said ;yesterdaythat I Record Set by Hackler

present Indication are that I
Biggest flirt-Frances Lewi all available speaking time will Otha Hackler Homestead High '

Biggest liar-Vera Parker. be reserved very soon Candidates school senior, left Wednesday for Glasses Are NowDistinctive f
Biggest woman hater Ralph desiring to take part In the rally Gainesville to compete in the pole
'O'L. )(u1InI. should mall their reservation and vault In the state track meet held inAppearance
Biggest man hater- Dorothy check to Mr. Johnston at once. there yesterday and today. Hackler ;

t Ross. Two ton ot Mti together with is the first Homestead athlete to ,\
L.' Teacher's. JT let' -* Mary E. Williams -' Urge quantities of other eatables go to the state meet. .
: will be served free of charge to all He woo the right to go to
I .Most hard-boiled teachers-Mrs. who'attend the rally according! to Gainesville by vaulting feet 4ft even younger people no longer
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: \ Magee John L. Scanelll!, who I* in charge inches in the eighth high school hesitate to wear them.
ot the fish fry Assisting Mr. district meet In MiamI' last week
<'; JUNIOR PLAY TONIGHT Scanelll will be experienced cook He won the competition by Jump. '
I ;! This :year's junior play, "Solo like William Dent of Naranja, DR. !M.' C. MOTTOPTOMETRIST

, Flight", to be presented Friday, Mrs Mamie Smith and Mrs. Mit- space will be available, said Mr.
"Apr. 14, at 8 p. In., deals with a chell Brockoft of South Allapattah Johnston, who expectrthe rally ,
mother' problem of her Gardens and Mr and Mrs. *
shielding and fish fry to be the biggest 1) McCrory Arrsde Homestead
children from the consequence of Wm. DINatali of Silver Palm. Red- event of its kind ever staged In
their own acts: In this three-act land Future Firmer under Vo- South Dade. I
comedy one mother learns that every cational Teacher M. A. Baker will
one must do a "solo flight" in assist In serving
Ufa But before Jim mother is Mr, C. E. Eichenberger president -
convinced. lee the heart pangs she of the Redland ParentTeacher -
Buffers when she realizes how her Association ha named committees REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERSFOR
son leans on her and how she for handling the concessionsfor
work out a solution to her problem the sale of son drink and
other refreshments, proceed of
The role of widowed mother is which will be divided betweenthe ,
N., played by Gwendolyn; Campbell; P.-T. A. and the school band I
that of the son who aaserts .hi* for uniform
Independence Is taken by Charles Two thousand Invitations have
Turner; the Irate and domineering been mailed out in addition to the! and Avocado trees. are needing fertilizer to overcome storm damage
grandfather, Ormand Cash, is aptly announcements of the rally that, I -

portrayed. Patsy Aftort An- are being vested throughout the I II and mature this season's;,crop of fruit. Redland Brand. fertilizers are
gelint Walsh, Is'the slater who I* i county. Ample free parking t t .

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j Office in Hausman Bldg. I Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizers \
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Patre EIIlM THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday.. April .2.i..193G

1- Social Events in Soul Dade ; '. ,: I

The Calendar

-- Apr J4-R. K a junior play, I
gob Flight" Herbert Turner, Mr Burley Walter won the cake. Ice cream
A family reunion marked the eel ef Kendall and a eon-ln-law Apr. 24..Areme Club meetingat Dendy, Mrs. B Dansey: and I and cake were served by tha. boa-
awl danghtw. Mr. and Mrs. II E- Miss Thetmsi Turner were hostesses -
elghty-Cfth birthday aualvtmry apm. tea assisted by Mra. Sarah Martin
of P T. Cansddutet: TUtoo Ga, Scott. ef Florida City came Friday Apr. 17-.Open meeting ef at a Ipaghetti supper given,' and :Mr Beatle Brady.
Homestead Business and Professional for the Junior Woman's Club of Otherpresent were: Mr and
who has spent the winter season Pteeent also at the birthday dinner Women's Club at home of Homestead at the Homestead Mn Hagood Crosby Mr. and Mra
here with Us daughter. Mr*. I were Mr. and Mrs R E. Scott. Mrs. L. L. Bow at I p. m. Country Club Monday night After M. L. Lambert. Mr Louise Ever
U Free All of burs children were Jr., and Mr. and Mn. Ulna Free 1 Apr U -- Woman's Club of the supper friends of the club: eat, Mn Pearl Cooper Mr, A. J.
present except bit youngest son" grandchildren of Mr. CannJchaei. I Homestead farewell party for Mn women came, and dancing; and I t Brady, Mr*. W. W Douberly. hick '
Paul XX Camtahael: of Jacksonville and .Emory and Bobble Brandenburg D. W. SneteHne at I p. m. I bridge were enjoyed. Julia Hnilard, Mn Alice Walters,
Beach. great grandchildren.The Apr SO-Concert: by Prot. Za- Those present were: Mr and Mist Nelllemae Martin Miss WU-
Three anna, Harvey L. Carmlcb- visitors from Georgia left doH Ar-kuirh In Nera King Cooper -j Mrs. Paul Reynolds. Mr and Mrs. dred Smith, Miss France Lott.
ael and Hear C Carmichael efTlftoa for their homes after the birthday auditorium at I p. m. Harold Oxford, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell Lee Billiard and
and T. A. Carmichael: of dinner and took with them May Homestead schools "at Bruce Ennia. Mr. and Mr* X. A. Grady Walter "
Atlanta arrived Thursday night, MA Carmichael who will spend home" T to I p. m. I Buchanan, Mr and Mn R. G.
and another son, f A. Carntlch- the summer In Tifton. May I Ad Attre Chapter Huff Mr. and Mr*. Turner, Mr. UVIICALE TO BE GIVENIN
birthday party in L O. O. F hall. and Mrs. Danzey, Mr and Mrs. GOULDS CHUACH MAT
- TWENTY-TWO ATTEND GARDEN CLUB May 1-Benefit musicale at Dendy Mr JE. J. Pyal. Mr*. Joel) Member of the First pt.t I
Gould Baptist Church at $ p. J. Robinson. Mrs. Gee. M. Son.Ndn.en ., '
Church of Gould announce: thata
m Mrs. B. Caves Jr. musicale will be held.. In. the I
May ,4 South Dade Garden Mrs. Pauline McConnell Mr*.Wnv Church Friday M.r1.: at $ sVto
Mrs. Wm. V. Smythe entertained PARTY TO BE GIVEN I Club meeting with lrL. Annie M. Johns Mia Marguerite W4IBM -1.M whlch$everyone (a Invited! I

twenty-two members of the FOR MRS. a W. SHETMJNE Butter Mist Ellen HuO.Miae Miriam A sliver eflerini will be taken '1 Ito
her A farewell party for Mn. r> WShetztlne May Redland 4-H exhibit beginning Burton, Miss Pearl Whjtaker, further various thU'eb.o'. vt-
Club at
South Dade Garden
will be given by the at nee* In Redland Hisses Eloise and Mary Bradley ties, << I
home on Silver Palm road Monday Woman's Club of Homestead Its! achooL Will Grad Hobson Mist Elinor\ I
Mayiionrstsad 4-H exhibit Payne Mis Inez Branch Miss
afternoon.The clubhouse Tuesday evening at I TOW.COLLINS ENTERTAINS
pmident Mn R. I Shep- o'clock.: M1'I. Shetzllne plans to at T:JO p. m. in Neva King Cooper UfcOlf"C1i pman. Mb Hazel KilUnftT. QUO UP,OF FRIENDS': '
entitled stave early to May for New York School \ .MiM Thelma Turner Mr.!
herd read an article CUT where the will Join her' May I-Hleacl'P.-T, A*executive Rut,;1..C: MoGinnis Raymond. Saturday evening as enjoyableUme
at the home of Mrs.EvaVcilins.wh ,
"Lawvuken: ef Temorrew" daughter, Mr*. France Dusen- committee meeting 'at' Ma Intfua.' Cdwta!: McGarirah, AnsefBarfowTR. : was pent
which explained that It take bury i m. E. Sherard, Jack Grant,: n hel'-.Tom,
eleven yean to make over a nation Mr A. C Eaten the speakerat May I-Dr. John Harvey Kollogga .! 'Bobtjy Caves' ,Lonnie; Hood, friend entertained; a number. of his,

for the average child hasten this Meeting; win dlicus com' address to Homestead-P> CharUk Wheeler and Marion: B4Ui Indoor saints and eutdoor
of twelve yean of school life, monism and socialism.DEMONSTRATION T. A. at I p. m. .PJummey.XAKlK- : game were played and later lathe
and history 1 tat shown ,that the May 1S-H. a S. senior play, evening
: jtefnwhmeftt course
qulclowt\ and sum* way to effect CLUB Kay 3V-H. H. S, JuniorseniorbaSKjuet -. TO:>>is \1U.i.AW8.: :'I'' wai'served Mr'Collins\ who_ .

a change U to start In the school' TO-HAVE EXHIBIT MAT __ --J f OK pBTKRES*: TO.WOMZNsBrsnvs was I Misled by Mn..Catper W11Usm -
Proper teach!** when the presentgeneration Plan for a club exhibit to be May 2V-B. H. seniors\$ay. .;" vt Interest to,' W"nen", *. : .

was in school Mr held In May were made at tt May Jt-H. H. a, class day eaardsea. > ...Jv.tx; Jtt4 "m>ict.et.sr tank\by' "- (.'acct' won Ml*; Florence" .
Smythe teed,would have eliminated I weting ef the Homestead Home + '1 1IIti-' H. 'J ':AmI.tI' the difficulty now experiencedIn Demonstration Club in the 4-H .: iWiav** jthe.JI me tsd Best: Elizabeth Skill, Mire Mary, Eleanor'
getting lower passed to protectthe Club' rooms In the Neva KingCooper OIL AND MRS. HAVSMAN:' ,.jfc.,.' landscape; end there would be Scfaeoi Thunder, OIl last ENTERTAIN COMAS CLVBFlVe : at.the!homeel .......L.. L. nine> Rogers E. L Graham, Chi*.
1.wq of the frightful... tamed t[week. The prise winning; articles tablesofbridgeplay Dow,! on a Avocado drive. ,Mehdwr: LI.14nd the host .' .. \
by the tossing of a Uchtsd will be shown |.a. Miami on whea Dr and Mn Frank evening at t o'clock. I
match or the leaving of a campfire t Achlewment Day 1.u was an Uausman entertained the Comus W. H. 8. CIRCLES BOLD I
bumtag. There would be mom nounced.Mn THEIR APRIL MEETINGS .
Club at their home Thursday night ORANGE
birds if we bad been bnpreiaed Nellie Jturphy"sad Mrs of last week lira. H.P. McDaniel Circle One of the Women's Ml*. '
with the mlisatien of their valueto Cbas.Xrlekson of the county home and Buckner Beaaley won the high aloniry Society of the Homestead .
the plant life upon which our demonstration Office were present score prizes for guests and Mn BUST RAISING FUNDS Methodist Church met at the home
industry and v'f r"u:: 1 and talked on heus. cleaning ; W. K Walton and J H Webster The Orange Blossom Club of of Mra. C. M. Redd, Tuesday af
there would be oftrue methoda the high score prizes for club Royal Peindana Grove, Wood- ternoon. Mr J. A. McNeil led
values and an appreciation of member men's 'Circle, has received from the devotional part of the pro-
the beauty that can be created blow MR. AND MRS. W L BIRD I, A color scheme of pink, green the national president of the order grain
hands. ENTERTAIN TEACHERS' CLUB and white used in the decorations,I' e crocheted top pillow which Present were: Mr*. L. L. Field,
Mr* Ceo. E. Deuel read some Three tables of bridge\ were In i Dink: larkspur and Easter lilies, it will sell for Its benefit fund.I Mn Vlvan Booth Mr D. L.
general directions for pruning: play at the Teacherj' Club meet- was repeated in the refreshment I The fish supper served Saturday Bowen, Mn H. M. Gibbt Mn
The process is. not difficult, she''In& at the home of Mr. and Mrs. course netted $ for this fund I McNeil and Mn Redd.
suld and can be done without aid. w. R. Bird Tuesday evening Mrs. Guest Included: Mr. and Mrs.. I On Apr. 28 the club will givea Mn John William and Mr*.
The essentials are good strong L. B. Sonunen and Bevo Webb A. A Payne, Mr. and Mn McDan bunco party and wiener roast at I' Casper William were hostesses to
pruning shear, harp tool, and a I won the high score prizes. let, Mrs. C. H. Rice Mrs. Martha I' the home of Mrs. Alice Walter at Circle Three at the home of Mrs.
knowledge of what should be tccompliihed Present were: Mr and Mn. Goodwin Darling and Miss I p. m. I John Williams Miss Jennie Lob-
Frank Webb. Mr. and Mn J H. sie Hughe At the bunco party which Mr*. dell led the Bible study period.
The hostess read an article on I Webster, Mr and Mr Geo. NWaketleld Member present were: Mr.Sea-I France Coker gave at her home The circle decided to resume
the arranging of flowers and the Mr. and Mr Bevo Mr*. E. H. Hiner, Mr. and last week Miss France Lott, the responsibility for clothing an
tc( 'c':(ing of suitable ve, bowl, I 1 Webb, Mr. and Mrs. SommenMrt. E. Schaff. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. won first prize; Mia Claudia Con- orphan at the Benson Spring
basket or pottery piece for them. P. B. Bird Sr., and the host man, Mr. and Mr*. Lee H !,. par-j ner, second prize; Miss Myrtle Methodist orphanage
f Flowers should not be crowded and hostess Mr and Mn Walton Mr. and *. Counce, third prize; J. 'D. Conner Othen present were: Mr* H. L.
she said; they should appear to Webster. Mn E A. Ames and Dr fourth prize; and Mrs. Verna Brown, Mrs H P. McDaniel, Mrs.
be till growing LOCAL GROUP GUESTS and Mn Hauaman. Green, the consolation prize. Lloyd (Continued on Page Nine)
Mr*. N. O Ball contributed Marti
Mrs. Gee. E. Reed Mrs. William
,"le on the Baltimore oriole
Dunlop, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd and
aft lira. Goo. E. Reed ended the
Mrs M. P. Kenny were luncheon
t program with group of reading guests of Mrs. A. J. Morrison and +
Others present were: Mn E.
Mrs. W. H. Wells at the home of mother expects you to
M. Froscher Mn W. D. Bishop YOUR
Mr Morrison 1819 Granada
Mrs. 'H. J. Brocket Mn J. M.
r her Iothers'Day
Blvd., Coral Gables, yesterday.CARE. on
Dobbin, Mrs XX. B. Snow Mrs 1l.C
Reed Mn. Annie Butler Mr to with gift
H A. Marah. Mrs. McElroy Mr*. express a

Wnv M. Johne Mrs. Cliauncty' love for her. Don't disap-
Upon Mr*. K.a Field.Mr. Wm. 10 your
MIa Christine Huglw ,
Dunlop. poi her :- .. '
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Mn CaatetM: 'anT Mrs. Vents: and
Harris I I ; ,

True beauty demand '. :' : .": '.

lWITCioslraia I the times beat Whether ef cam -at all i .. Del htl6ert ritle a' TlDo-rlUB ?:.I."

: ;'WAVIM" wish.. a wave, ar facial you : :f":.Gale* Chotqliitet., ..;Nt w.fca :-:aie rtcHtf, a ..aicure, or of
...c.Ir; I toe ther eseesHlsseldeta any 1.-' a tuft i! .! k kV'tuWkut/ dclktoojiitiiv; :" ". .

beauty you'll find :. : '! ; : *'... ..... 1 ,
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$ II the skilled operators at V j' ,

.NEWEST.. __ BI OF HAMtA.ft reedy p. t'..to Bealrtr serve Parlor you ; .. ;. ..:,'",: .,. ,. .;: :
ETnlt ksM' ftN'Flr0Vbww I quickly at any time :. : '. ._-
II Creoalgeete. Spiral eel Gales two-tier


by experienced eeeraUn Prices $3, $., $T '
lean Same '-Mau" ; I PAT'SBEAUTY $1.50. _. ', Dixie Dm *

Mae Moms
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Friday, April 24. 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE_____ __ Psis. Nine

if CHEVROLET HOST TO ITS STAR SALESMEN and Story"39th Mr Psalm*. Davis Mrs.read r the Please(1st I

ted In prayer j, W. Cecil Watson
1 A round table discussion was
r held concerning way of improving
the circle and Mrs Livingston
closed the meeting with prayer
toed tea and oookica were serv
;i iI k
I ed.Present besides those named

were' Mr J D. Bed, Mr Eddie
p ra .4 Yb .e Hobson, )drs., ..Mollie Wingute Mn
S 5 A. s. Moye, Mn Outer Smith,
aa Mrs. Jas. A. Dau ert). Mrs. Parry"
Williams and Mrs. X J. PacettL
The B-Square das of the
HomeitaMKi Methodist Sunday
4 -i4 i4ti SchobI.n2oed an. eWl.inl of N
game and contests In the clubhouse t
of the Woman' Club ofHomeatse4
.Monday lee cream,
cookie and coffee were served
'r Those present were: Mr and ,
4 p Mrs. A. a la Ivan 'Moser, Mr. aivt Mrs. Dan .
WUUamt, Mr, and Mrs It L. Candidate for 0t
I Brown Mr. -and Mrs. Preston D. 1
Bird, Mr Margaret Daniel Mr ,Clerk .t! Use Criminal
t H. Webster Mia Jennie Lobdell. -
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theteacher Miss.Alta Wb-J
ster and Mia Marjorie Moser JUM DeaieeraU JTrlnary :

Her "When do :you propose to Your Vote and Support ;
get married' Will Be Appreciated ( .
Him: "U.u411)after the tttrddrink. (PSIS *...tl ool 'ee.um.anntt '
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Keadhtg from left to right, top rows W, 1. KM (1), Chevrolet MM nuuaaa..r. Jacks* vtUe .. :t .. 'i
. '.1 3. W. Base (1)), recleaaf( club treasurer Fri flew*! O. F.Burrl (I). Mite dub vice-m Ws*, I'
.Mla alt t,' V. Casa <), cone club preside St Petersburg; J. B. Moaely. Jr., (I), tone club serf* .
R club treasurer, 81 reiersberg. "
"1'7. DeialseevlU, Oa-J Earl DaUeaa (1) seas

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Jacksonville, Apr. ISr- W J Prof Well Ar-kush M-------j
!Cane, con jn mxer, acted M teat, : j SOCIAL EVENTS:
for Chevrolet Motor Company sl To Girt Concert Here ft** How1laMaCMte
banquet given by them la Jacksonville I
In honor of Chevrolet's,100Car Prof. Eadok Ar kush by iwjuert Continued From Pare Eight) **,1
dub salesmen. an honor 1 I will present an evening of concert J. H: Webster Mrs. Joe Murphy, gosewses Masrser wIMM8 1
organisation organized by Chevrolet Music at the Nevm King Cooper Mrs, WIN Ian, Mrs. A. a Slagta ibresaleriorpMtsWP -
for 1U salesmen who sell 100!auditorium, Thursday at S o'clock
Mrs P. & Bird, Mrs. C. B. Bent-
or more new on and trucks each.announces the R*.. A.' A. K_ toy, Mr / J "cL endon, Mrs. House 'Paint .
year la the above group are the I line pastor of the 1Ic.'IIIeIta4'Methodlat Paul Reynolds, Mrs. A. A. Koest- atone.Stsndnd .
five officers ot the 19SS club. I Church which to sponsoring One Mrs. Dan Williams, Miss Helen For .Un bMvty end>ro* cio.. *
Tb Jacksonville MM I* made I the event. I Livingston and Alton Slalte.I of comparison' for home point the
up of a certain portion of South I I prof. Ar-kuah for eight year I Mrs J E. Davia presided at the needed world over end It Um Saves lontcr Booty, riving, fewer better gallon I pro 101>4 T MwoUlf
Georgia and Florida, and In 1.351 I wa musical composer for I meeting of Circle Four at the homeof lection to the home. SWP HOUM Point makes Flat Uf.J Paint
forty-one Chevrolet retail aiel-I I Male motion picture producer I Mrs. S. K. Livingston. After cwt buutJ'ull' nllh. Ask w for color urd.
men qualified for the he was director of I symphonyof FIe..T-u.treat
I rand the singing of "I Love to Tell thefit' Utlln,
were present at the meeting In;+1 150 roaster musician in Lot : for vow. eves.
Jacluonvllle 1 Arvgeles. able. .Wa&h87C
Each member of the club received I He win play a number ot his Mh Hie Porch yew Swuiser Living Roost 0..
a substantial cash award own composition, which have
from Chevrolet ai well aa other gained national prominence aswell S-W Porch and Deck Paint *
prize award as several unusual numbers
It was announced at this meeting I He will play the piano with hit T 10.:7 to:cJ1-. Thh tins Malice eUplMaw
that these 41 Salesmen sold in nose, 'play two different numberson We give IMlflt *
weather' without showing It $* .11
1935 an aggregate volume of approximately the piano at the same time and the E ll rt e btcktiound colon for B S.W IlHIIftelold
$1,727,000 of* new play on the strings of the plane tn genuine your colorful poith IwrHtw*. ** Ouick cIryInt __I.
Chevrolet passenger cars and such a way a* to imitate a Swiss EUGENE No boob..... One
trucks, used tart, ecens6rles, and harp. Permanent ,. cost:WaVO.eolostz -79c
extra equipment for new can L. A. Young will make" loansdrawing. Soft, *oOie| wawa-sl.a4em. : 1/J .
three The month trend of of sale 1"8 by for Individual the tint\ ..... ,..,tJaet..too<4 people lassies.-.-IkM.t sW'. '. He......Iott-H. Polishing. f't.
tied of .
will lingNo *p rawwM M w- *
la tile tone indicated ,1 admission tee will be 'Aee Skaf tie broil ..e > r :i
chart e.
minimum nwenbenhlp of 85 hi the F I hl-W
$-yt; a.x
If3 100-Gat Chib.Tred I taken.ed buts free will offering w!U *e I IL. .For r..vif.e with do g sjnwint same; EugtaeSWaw. togto* fcpf espy* el.ferI"

tuber; vtce-prtiid A of 1 Ln m ,-*.... yore .. Easier-'.. to.lo-ww h" ward U trtf.pollihlnt tIDe ....
Bird Chevrolet Co,, of Homestead and attended the meeting referred .lair lot she MIHM. wick nr Jim sprudk Dterator
U I member III the 100-Cav Club,I to above I Awes trdal..ioas -" Owwa W In twenty ninutri

rag Ioe'sad-k resI l "I!::/, Oft 1t..d, >Not v-Kdy_toppery.to wlk For 40.,n.parts...hh el..sup. It-to'i Ire de-,.

; bnoleest!...., Inlthed Sus4v II .Iiskrd. w
arc_ Lantern Restaurant Bush's'Barbh' ) Shop' wood 80M. GET YOURS HOWl "'t

Weaten Ire rose ADJOININO Steak'Dinner HOTEL Me REDLAND Chicken Dower 734 & Beauty Parlor \. t".. SOW. Ey 1

Regular DUsM Me ,VxoikblJPUU spa, jdUsl LUIto .......Operator .gr'tG...}. ........-. ..E 79 .
Afl Lists .f --...* Saarfwfahe. I J

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Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick i I JL.Wt" M eat k* a *.>... at Ikls. arfot. t'.

(Graduate Oberlin Conservatory-and Royal 1 .

:PIANOFORTE Conservatory AND of Leipzig'THEORY,. of-ashlar Nareas 101 JWN Valve THC Read west rLL ILL W,; D.: Horne Co. Inc.:

Ilomntead. Fla. Phone 5074
Redlan4..... Near Biscayne Drift Phoneim 1 ADM18g3O31 I9a

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_Paire Ten THE ENTERPRISE Friday, April 24 1936.HOMESTEAD .

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!queer pair of tropical fish WhichI [care of the hands was given by i Virginia Kinner, Pri
I was added to the ones that they Eloise Oo aman. cilia Feed, Fern Robertson Mil
| had already. The class welcomes I ThoM present were: Annabel dyad and Margaret Field. Mar:
I SCHOOL, NEWS i I Jack Walker who has been attending Radd, LoubcUs and Ooldla Orennell. -' Duncan,, Norma and Eloise Goes'
| the school In Florida City. Nora AkMt Elizabeth and I man.Mrs. Fred Redd and'FOR'
By LEOLA LITTLEThe I I I,Katberlne WUttanu, Julia France Little. >

__.._,PMIIIY M .-_.MM/,1111, M1----" -,N W .-.-_---_.-._-.-.....-.. Mrs. Edwards: has lest two pu-I II
I pike from her class. They are ; .. .
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seniors took their place- two kinds of sentepces--questlous
,Leslie Holms who has moved to
ment test this week and somewere and telling sentenced j I I,Norm, Carolina and Donald Ram
surprised to find their scores I SHERIFF
I; sy who has been transferred toHOMESTEAD
were very loW. Miss WllHams' pupils have madea I'Rodland.: j

W The seniors are presenting the They flower ors border making for a their newspaper room. ; Earl H. Veneo:
play, "New Tint", at the NeVa about the different activities of

King Cooper auditorium on May their roomA4 .. Lwla Little._ ,.....
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char- '
13.: The tryouts for the U I I
acter parts ore now being conducted I Jackson baa.bought an', When the 4-H Club girls met in IF ELECTEDwill -*
by Mr. Blackburn. aquarium for her pupils with the their club room last Tuesday, they
P.-T. A. money that they have discussed the tags to be worn at
The sophomore English claw I won. They have a bowl of goldfish the county Achievement Day pro- I appoint four uniformed :-
hus been diagraming and analys a pair of swordfish, and en- gram. A demonstration on the : deputies from .
ing sentences'Some of this work I f SouthDadetopatrohhe
will be on exhibition on the i fruit
growing districtin
chool'i at home night Several of FOR E
the puplta will be lightly em radio patrol cars.
barrassed. Supplementary work Justice of the Peace
for thia week wa to write a 1,000 I As a road patrol dep. = ,
word theme memorize and giveorally
or I hrrrby announce my Candida/ for justice of the
uty (In this section I
100 lines of poetry. Effie ,
pesos 4th district of Dade County subject U the Democratic ,
Booth ha* already given her 100 primary In Jane, I will appreciate your vote aid support.A I learned of the necessity
lines of poetry. Several 1,000 word YOU for A. W. JONES means honesty integrity and Justice for more protection forth
themes art In the process i>f being: for all I have lie condemnation Ie make of others but stand
written. en my past record with malice toward none. growers of the Red-
.. land District and will
The biology class It studying the W. JONES see that it is provided.
life sows and mountain top bi- PaW pell.......'
ology. (raid folltlMil/ \4'-11 ( A
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The useful science clan la studying .
the reflection of light The "
chemistry clan ii studying the eml
cium compoundi. The general id-
once clan U studying the. strut-:
tore and function of note.

There are several new book*.In
tbe, .library, and the book "High
Adventure," hat proved to be very

Algebra It Is studying equation 41a
having two unknown and ",..phl.The Ask

sixth grade welcome Carol
Walker back in ichool after several -
weeks of absence due to.eye I
trouble. The seventh grade boys
challenged the sixth grade to a I
lame of diamond ball, and the
sixth grade girls challenged the:
seventh gradeglrU.. The game I ;y.
was played lid Wednesday They '
ore making maps of southern I
Europe In their geography eta...
The class Is sorry to lose James I
Mesbitt, Herbert Callahan and
Thera Callahan who have moved
away from Homestead They are
studying safety and they are making
a safety play and. forming a :
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Mr. Webb's, Mm. Wynn's and r r
Mrs. Bird's clauses have been glv
tn some library books by the .
school board. .

Mrs. Bird's1 pupils won the dollar -
for selling the most tickets for
the* Junior play. Mrs. Rue has
made a new curtain for the wrap,
closet James Ramsey has been -
transferred to Redland from the
fifth grade. I WHEN YOU BUY THEft

Mrs. rtfleld's class has been I
making health silhouettes .of 1
brushing the teeth lor the belle. femef fto"'j vv+HmM 1 .. t***** to torn 9m ID

of tin school board.: with Marlon Infected Watson tonsils 1* out .Ik,4a:1: -.111llsvlei I ...tthller afad ftp; 4I, am-1.1 gllr ........

l Mill Ray's pupil! enjoyd 'Mr*. : .. -"Y.* n '" ... '- .... ............JI.-IIoJ., V x

Wolfe talk about Holland very .4 ,. _. II ,"" ... -n-t ar. .,..wJII'XIA
Much. They hive Just completed
the study of Holland la geography. It !aaca ,."ptII.--I1fd. Mhubs' '

Is Billy back Forte in school.who had the mumps guise ...r-jyataitKBtithig: SwMt vwx tsj'diy mtjfivit. Q3mant

....rffitatasmsta4Z 1Irbk4:: : t..4t{ A oat 'ON teaderIpO IDS
Mia Coney's pupils have been '
studying the lighthouse and owls, oPtawdb1o YOtATbtttdegla'2srt leeidthb&js.B 0wetuft
and other out of door things. They ,,
have mad pictures to represent tl r-' riy --- O N
them and they have written paragraphs -
a about each thing. In Ian
guage they have been studyingDR.R.S.AKERS


Otfle Haunt 0 a. u. In I .. M.

Sunday a te It

chased galurdays'Tree BLADES.r r

Parking Spacer E

fief d if K?:w. SeTH nisi 8T. MIAMInioNK II' Mtoevcr of THE WORLD'S$ 'LARGEST BLADE MAKERS ti;

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Pri iday April &, 1936. Tf11# TmER; ENTEIIPUIJI!' rave Eleven

n, Mil Miami to Ksr ..|* 'he M ; T Off

Mar; 'kATER CONTROL mime received Mr net ..'4 re- r" At ttw fajtsUy = table The :

Gout mats with treat eatteMtotm and ,iuel discusstea with John. "CE1\SSrF1ED ';\ tfjsr '

Lcoli GRANTED vbted tor the reeoUrtaett tana*., aft years old, who Hke4 to argue ; '
[ SURVEY mo6sl1. everything I 1

I J. D. Redd number of the Dade I Mother: "Oh.0., John you're RATE: First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent InecrttoMS

IN RECORD TIME County planning board attended just a regular 'no, no' sun" a line

both the committee meeting FrI- John: "What Is a "no, nit man

I day and the conference mother"
;Conttnutd From Page OnelI'J .with Mr. Wilcox Saturday Mr. Mother: "Well, John, It I wereto FOR SALE NICE COOL furnished apt. Rea -

rated, and Congressman Wil- Redd was responsible for the say that the grass out In the onable. 4 S, W. 1st St. (p 14MISCELLAINEOUS ) V
iEES Choice Italian. One
< promised to use him effort yard is green, I suppose you would colony
CMC prompt action of the planning
for $J, two for $5, three for $<.
D. tpShnve additional engineers assigned (board in endorsing the survey lay 'Oh, nor mother and want to H. M.l.Yon., Longview rd., 2 mi. .
from other branches of ther project to the WPA. argue the question. west and S ml south of Home PIANO TUNING end repairing "

I government tt possible John (after slight pause: "Well Good used for sale '
Present at the committee meeting stead. (alOtf) piano cheap '
I'J sufficient engineer art avail Friday morning were Mr. mother you do call it blue grass, W E. Koon. US N. W. 3rd St.
three survey pqrttes of IS don't you''*-Ex.
Skill and Wade Hunt representingthe HONEY-the clear thick, delicious I
re1en each can be put to work, Insued -
Rotary Club; T. E. Kirby, kind. None better and at grove REAL ESTATE .
of one party at at tint contemplated -
ni representing the Redland District LEGAL NOTICES prices. Beeswax 30c lb. Hol-

0113 with a corresponding Lions Club; Preston B. Bird W I Uster Sage, East Kings Highway BIG VALUE O-room house
the of I NOTICE
reduction length time
t i K. Walton and Ben Archer from I raaact Inland depart von soots foe t1w Furnished. AU city improve
she heeded to complete the lurveyJjf I the chamber of Mr. whom m enor I out Sanl-Sect Pyrethrum Spray. tor meats. The word BARGAIN has
i Wilcox hoped that enough i commerce; at aru.. to o. mn to IM H I cue killing mosquitoes ants, file, overworked
ict I I been greatly butI
Sottile, representing the farmers balance IIInI sea. ar.nso est.W .
be done : CARTNntin moths, etc. Ft SSc Sol $1.7V
troik might by July to and Henry Brookcr Jr. J. ; do not hesitate to say that this
permit a tentative estimate to be I growers ,1' Edgar Mahae, W. Bauer drive. property is a Big Bargain. Pries
representing the city of Homestead .
made. of the appropriation needed af Apaltoatla to Tti DM: (.IOU)
I : including furniture bed linen
and Wm J. Geronimo, representing NOTICB I IS HEREBY OIVtN. That
IDT carrying out any water control Lo Briidfort holder vl SOW, and County and table linen dishes, now
the town of Florida City : LIGHT 2-WHEEL trader and
t. C.rttfkat > No. Bled and. 5241. IvwdIk.
which be
) plan may recommended Most of these together with Frank lot aar rf Aunot, A. 1>. ,... hai hitch, 193d tag $". Marsh Fields IJ.200 reduced from *3.5C
ai a result of the surveyfhe old tone lit mr Mar Fine furniture and plenty of It.
icy B. Rue elsd representing the Ky aoulleatlon for a .-1. t" Intend: Silver Palm and Farm Life
congressional budget is made
of Homestead H. C. Reely an- UMNO. Said MrttfMMM __ UM Roan (pent I H A. Cameron (dUtf.
ijp! In July oWrlkod' mmioill In the. Coney
other delegate of the farmers and :flowing SUM of Klorkto towiliEU.
ed- I Quick action on the survey was growers, were present'at the conference I ,,l NE1. at MWU at SWU. N', BABY CHICKS, Anconas, Reds,I ACREAGES AND OKO\ES

facilitated by Congressman WU- with Congressman Wilcox r;NIU: f SEU at eW"4, )IWU at Rocks Leghorrut. Scherr Feed I! specialize in Redland properties. 1
ill at BW*
authorities in Washington rdE 11:14.SWK> and Store.. a24 Send me your listing of property
on Saturday ,, 11 : la JUrttaWt t *. !"."'MIp MBmtii. Supply ( )
cd. i and obtained the ,The 'Correspondent*"Which >resulted /testIs Est -tmHtiilnl, for awte.
[@ mm, mart or !* *, le the Coontj atl FOR SALE-White New Zealand CHARLES I. BROOKS '
1 i of Mr Clayton' services: la the fruitful efforts of Mr. >*t., BUM at rtarH*. n tmArmt lot f
$ PIe bureau ef agriculture Wilcox In behalf of the water con- Ge/fka90 Na ...... The" .w-.ow rabbits, SOo" each H. M. Lyon lit N. E. First St, Miami
t the MM niumilJ under Uw R. F D. 1 Box (183. (mr27U .
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Uli -! of the V. S .depart-, trol survey was Initiated and earl unrest surds <.4 the MMM ('t'j-

,Toen; '''f,agriculture, Mr. ,WOfox: rindyhI by'Mr. Bird, chairman of ..> On>M Cwv.NWH M STEAMED BROWN; : BREAD anytime REAL EStATE-Tlwae who want ,1
Mclln tt
reeled (immediately id* 'ieelpt of lh "Chamber 6f commerce waterbonirot 1kwLoon.. It Cars. .. ul lw.a l IWmmm Saturday Lb. coffee capsize to buy or tell Redland District .

vjetter*iron 'th "HeXUandtDistrlct committee even .r IMI. In tto 0-.., of real estate will find' uptodatelistings
Dodo. ..... at ._.. **br M4 ). JOc; with raisins or nuts i iW.na
.;; hssnber,Of Commerc*.wetef control '-' In. our office. Many ct
r.rUn u M. SIM. TW IMIIIMHI mtVtm 25c. Leave orders at 8. I*'West .
t'conlmittee.asking his ah).in saw an" property ..der the saw these 'listings sub
FRIVATERALLY .. home, tM M W. tth Si.
Iwo.d t. s..e.t Tmpl.d
f i
VfAt normal
getting the-projeet through -- ._ _._ brlces. aoprf-
Coro -
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-MM MrllrlMIM ikdl W elAte ;either your Inaulrles of !
> S martins of the Joint.water, d
  • rnr >t W pnpetqr I of which 'wl.l
    _trol committee with Mr Saud- Tt1RNS'mo FREE Uwr.li will k> = M tM kktkiM kUrt your listings,
    quirt and Ben Friedman county UM .....ft.".... door w the tint MopS have our best attention. Now lethe .
    .*y l> the MMih crt Jo... lose, which k GOOD SECOND FLOOR cool, well B. W. Morris
    engineer, In the Redland District the lot do of JUIM. ItMD furnished apt Rent reasonable time to buy ,
    Chamber of Commerce offices FOR ALL MEETINGContinued M Std dale of Ap rtl. t.M. now associated with H. A. Cam-
    Ask at Western Union. (a24U)
    LBATHFRMAN. Ckrk of Cfr-
    ta. I N. W. let St. In Citizens
    Friday morning, the-work done on I west of Dade Otnwty FhnM eron.

    the project from all angles was ( Rr Curt M C SjMll Btatntt, 0 CClmill Very convenient apt, ,, large screened Bank BIdg Phone Tl. {

    brought out Mr Sandquist listened ( From Pace One) Apr tl Mir I. t. III porch Summit rates IIS N.

    with Interest to the engineering other things the following: W. 4th St. (P 1TCOTTAGfe WANTEDMANGOES.

    bureaus latter to-Mr. Wilcox I Fourteen and one-half million I t 1 1aU
    offering Mr. Clayton services. I dollars in roads and bridges. comprising i I for rent, $10 a mpn: th. SAPODILLAS' and '

    as the regular WPA rolls do not s 1409 miles I Apply P. O. Box 1212 H sM- kinds or tropical fruits and

    contain engineering"talent of the I Two hundred forty-five thousand I fL stead (*4tl) vegetables In season. Highest

    dollars in machinery and and prompt settlement ,
    calibre needed lna project such .. i Lot prices
    Is.the w. r-ewffbT* urvy:By equipment! "" --* LEGAL NOTICES Write advising of quantitiesavailable 1

    the next morning he had received Six and one-quarter million dollars variety and earliest

    word of the additional engineering In real estate consisting of I In limit 1"..... HaMntk JaaUhl Circuit shipping date RAFAEL R DA- '.

    aid that would be made availableand I buildings lands and rockplts 'I Cm af Florida. OK HOM&mtLD 4n anSjo., VILA Commission Merchant ;

    . the adoption of the water Three hundred twenty-two HENS LAY BETTER ON'FULOPEP In it,. Coney af Dada. -m i 120 Convent Ave., New York '.

    control survey project as part of thousand dollars in furniture and Prtitinnr.: ; ,:I.::t vi. STATE OF City. \

    the state-wide topographical mapping fixtures. I ; N.llr. la the Tai.ar.ra and Ck/aram of

    Two hundred sixty-nine thou- I' the Cur of Hoai_ I 11..1. DaM ......
    I project. YOU ARC: HEREBY NOTIFIED thai oral at In, eu.a.L:! :
    The committee was called to order sand dollars in nubile records. 'I I a petition ban aroa tied la the above .bllr. day. LEATHIIII of Nor :A::' of tea 1
    milled on she Slit dw ef Mash
    by Ben Archer, president of i One and one-quarter milliondollars It supplies laying tans with A. II. I UK rauoa.. or-tnt City of HonuntMd for Circuit. Own at u.. Ilia Jditdl
    'I your Circuit of Platoon In and (or Dada
    in bonds receivable. the validation of oloitrl and water
    I I row
    the Kedlsnd District Chamber of About one million dollar in the exact nutritious elements nu. rvrtlflratol In the amrovat Taiwand* = CoMly:' Bv.rfcrl My r J "Id.Sollrit.Bras for Cbrk 'I
    Commerce which had the of Twwntyiirht
    called >um
    meeting to discuss the project with cash they need to produce more and I ,IM .(KM).Ml.. baths Intataot al the nut D. JA DHAINAOB '

    Mr. A bond debt of eight minion better eggs with sound shells of four ar anlvnt (esr l nor annan. (Circuit Court Seal
    Sandquist and Mr. FrIedman. payable Solely rare th* not Invention of
    Archer suggested that a general dollars.A the kind that bring better prices. the .loclrla and rater plant and dl* ; (Apr. 5. IS. IT, tl) > i
    candidate tributkny.te' ni of laid City at K'anoBlMd, '
    chairman be selected and frankL. can make no promises FUL-0-PEP Utah which amid omlfloittt ar. tally duMllaW' Nodes of Arbitration for Ta. Dora.
    Skill chairman regarding! the county commission Egg keep h amid p thice. Wastes b hereby ..... too. Coy D. A_
    of the water budget Bird said as the body weight and health heavy YOU ARC HEREBY: REQUIRED: ..I tin ...Id., ai .....n. of ell? of NlamlTu
    control committee of the Homestead Sp the 17th day of April A. D., IMI. at tied OarUflrat. Niunhrro. SOU*. dated ,
    Rotary Club, which Initiatedthe budget Is made up following the layers while they are producing snare a. ra. before the .boy. itylod Co.rtHI the nth day of Jun., A D IM, aal flMMM
    end of the fiscal on September IU ICh ., at the County Court I OonttKatr In mr offlc.. slid boa audt I Iapplication
    movement in 1933, was unanl year the eggs that are aa important How. City nl allaaiL/ Dad. Count*. for tax dead to have ther.o4I.
    30, and the appropriations are Florid W (now "' -. M oar. run nava, I. o..at&.... whir ..._._... Saw C.niflraU &,
    moualy chosen for of the farm income.
    the oft'lee.A regulated by the budget commlslon. part why said .U.trt. and water _.... amiflcilM .. .aiknoiaa the f.>I1o.... aMrrlbrd arovrrlirHUM4 I
    resolution to present Congressman I ikoaM aol .M validated and xm- m Dad. CMM* FlnrUa. o.wrl "
    Wilcox at the conference | Therefore the successful flnMdIM Lot tl Hh I. MMT: Bin* IkUIM.Sor ;
    candidate who takes office January WITHERS WHEREOF I .law .ammo A. In the OMy of MI.... County af
    Saturday. adopted at the com- Mt air hand and welted. the Mai I of Dose, SUM of Florida
    mittee meeting 1 can have no say in the budget I I Hector Supply] Co. Mid Court al MlantC Did County. riorida. The -.- ax lit of Mid Bropartr sad..
    morning and funds cannot be diverted to tkk Mot day of M.rrh A D.. UMVr the MM darUlloMO. Trued WM In th.aanx .
    It set tot the conditions which E: H. .IATHItIUIAN.: Chart at she of Mlarl. BV and Tr. (.. Ua_. I
    need remedying including the meet promises. 1'1..." Caene hi and Ins Duda Corny. MM c.ro".....thai .ka roilmnid aorordla
    "I am making no promises, but 1'Ior1da. r ]. OotlU. Deputy Clark. to b deed will ream UMTOM owner 1
    Hooding of farm lands by salt Homestead, Fla ,Circuit. Court 8.411tApe. l Ilk[ War May A. D. IMSDatad .
    water In time of hurricanes It will work for all in a business that I. II. IT 141la lea' Itk day of April A. B ISM
    belongs to all." said Mr. Bird in C. B LEATHKRMAN. Ck-ra o)
    was pointed! out in the resolution I. to. circuit Coan of the II" 1"01"' ClMtt Coorl Dole County FtorMaBy .
    that the water control for the conclusion CIrooIt I. and Iar II... County. f.larI. N. C ftterratt. D CClrwlt t
    0.._,. No. .4JMARANJA ... .
    J. D. Redd, who was this dis ( Cow Stall
    OkeeUtobee: region had reclaimed DRAINAGE PISTRK. a /lArr 10. IT. it May I, SIla l
    trict's county commissioner for NEWT li. HALLNotary .tntn dlntrkt duly ._,.... and Inoomoralad -'
    jar safe farming and safe living i
    under the L... or the Slat
    the rich farm lands of that six terms until 1934 when he did of .......... Petitioner ... STATE OF the ClrrwlM ., DM Rurantk ,. '
    not run for re-election said that PubUeUtr1 FLORIDA" '..jitN dlrlal U.i alt, hi and far Dodo CMalyFUrMa. 1 '
    section and that control In
    water =
    .Ura at p ValMtUoa of .
    Dade County has the best public sassier
    bride County would accomplish t INHHIA.NCE: AND SMaaahif Bao W N.... Williams la MM m..t.r. of DM ADOPTION' OF
    similar buildings in the state and one of I''D1 C1> LINES 111-, WILLIAM R. ( ONE:. .. "'''.to NoNotk
    humane and economic results the best road systems of any county TO THE TAXPAYERS AND CrTtZENS of .......... lo Apply for AdoU.a
    for this section. The repeat* It N. Kiwne AT, Of THE NARANJA DRAINAGE UIS- crt Minor (him
    M the state ,
    s. 414 losses attributable to flood and "I am proud of the fact that the NOTICE b bans olives that as Oran Van ar* b...by nnllfW. thai UM unorrIraoS .
    drought caused ty; uncontrolled WM duty .. ntorxl lit UM some WILLIAM 1. fICKLLNe will ao
    drainage net bonded Indebtedness of Dada!! entitled MUM ky UM flammable Worth on* of the Judrof the Circuit
    were recounted, and it County is less than $7,000,00V -- W. Tr.nim.ll, JuUn of the Ctcntt Com Caere of the Mrantk Judicial Clmrlt olrWMa
    was made clear that.any project 4011V O. SVLLKT FORT NO. 44'i of the Ek-vmlli Judicial Clf.uk of UM fa and for Dada County ..lor.... 1
    for water said Mr. Redd, "and f take prideIn state >f rbrMa. tad fur tai County al the Coaaty Court Haw at Miamilerlda. .
    control would probably the fact that this county Is In AMERICAN LEGION I at Daoa, oa tk. M day .f Hank. A. D.. aa the SMI My of Map A. D.
    be of no small proportions ,.... Moist the Slaw of Florirf. n. IN<, at UM hour I Ise A. 11 o ,, own :
    The as good s financial condition as Meets Seal and third UolnnAiif I Ia alrriir k. tkfouik the SMI AHoroof .s .11 opolies"s .:, bebc.N t
    passage of the resolution I .
    In the state That thisis MM CrnuM. Whew taaaa on tka till for as cedar o.thor/ors .,1wne.tlar
    county .
    t' followed a discussion In which any .... Amrrtcaii Leave it/dd.. day April, A, P IHSt. at the hear ofI the d"14.; of lt..I17. CONE, 5.
    James SotUlff Sr. so is attested by the fact that I I one of the committee .... William I.
    Dade County bonds are quoted [ Court ROOM la the Ooan MOM rear. by the lyieklimer. Owl r
    ... :
    members appointed at a to-I 11. _.. Fla. Tin OM City of Mioml la UM Coooty of few 11M 'N 04..a d the amid i
    day to (02 to 1024 I .. ..... .. WrLLIAIl IBTIMC
    mass nesting.of farmers ._ -.-.."-. -- wisp T1irty.la Thousand Fin Han- Infant to nCKUNU I
    t and -' doss (| ,SM) Dollara I worth of rafunaVhit I&. ptinuont In she pwhitoaa ml SW-
    growers said that protection of boaaV of .1 farm trial I* b. M4 or UM o>4 NaraaiaOraJnan lands
    against salt water Save time next season's rush. Let District la *i.....>. lot riltyaln DATED: al Mlanil Florida. In the CourtIt .
    .1w might call for the building of a now on rkowaad MVO Il.a4n4 SMIM( of Dad. this llta day of AarH A. 0-

    dyke'tor sear wall along the ihor4 'Us clean overhaul and paint planters, dusters, be ..RaooMtnetlo.* wane W Cnada FlaaaM now Corooratloa.W .J kyUM "**. WILLIAM L ncttota rol I,

    of South Dade which would pro* spray-rigs etc >Ve can store them for you at a a 8.rnaa..t Aw aey. akaaM lot .ot Era r ..-.. Attorney for
    W ridUlnapotHloaar. 1
    vide the, animated .d oorXlnoiia.Aad
    roadbed for the Ion,. reasonable rate. I V any laivayar erU..a of illiamA1. iTjt. May .. .. IS)
    dreamed seacoast highway .huntTurner's. MM >Naraaja> Oralaai* DWrlet tae ear
    and time. Rust and saw t* MM. TUrtrita TOo-
    Save yourself =
    money sad. n_ 4SMJM DWI.to
    a weather ruins tools.: See u& at "". ,.....* band of she Naraaja Drainam -
    new now. 1 DMriot .a .k* aaod ky MM/ IN..... W. Maxwell Sl1ithJNSUUANCE
    Fa oral l Hone14HR trralaan Dfatrict to oarkani. too Fihr.
    ala Tkoaoand f w wFIE.E
    HOMESTEAD wart crt boat ww wraoS ky to.Riir.MlrafflM .

    'AMB11ANCK Attmdanl UCKV1CKUdy : P. o. Dix 1034() Oataraana* Aaoary Flaaar. .i.ld Oataoratioa.aot k* sad. ALTO STORM AND LIPS

    1 Md **liaao. wad aaaflrnHd, ko 10 -. rheas MS-M

    1J Plume 114-R homaataid. sans S. W. Second Street Homestead Fla. .at Mf Ik.+ l MM* whew U MaM sod ptaoa Mora MM* Can Office la McCrery Areasle

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    Pair Twelve THE_LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April 24 1936.

    Diamond Ball Leagues and asking that It be reopened.
    HOMIER TELLS I I OR motion by George L. Swan!
    I Approve Two Umpires!
    the joint welfare committeefurther was Chas.G. Turnertmumace
    HOW Instructed to lnvwttnt
    ABSENTEE John Rowe of Tavemier and
    [the posalbiHUes of getting an effective
    Art Relchert of were
    Homestead 1
    quarantine law for chill -I
    approved as umpire, and a ten
    VOTESARECAST I l dren's distinct:ji\,operation v
    dollar forfeit lee wa set fop both His Candidacy for
    A violin and clarinet duct wan j
    A and B league at a meeting of
    flayed by Or, H. 3. Wolfe endGeorge .
    sponsor and manager<< of the two
    April 80 Last Day to Kgfster diamond ball.league In the Trick with piano acoom!I CODHTYCOMMISSIONER
    Mr J. H. Webster
    panlment by
    Brooker. Lumber Co. office last
    16. PolT .
    ?- fay night Rotarian W. E. Rheney wa in
    Tat Dead Line !charge of the program. i
    Another meetln Mill" be held I
    next Thursday night In the Dr. Wolfe, president of the Rotary -
    Voters woo expect to be absent Club, presided, with Cha
    Brooker offices.
    :Pratt, president of the'Lions, seat A District No. 5, Dade
    from the state for a period of Two practice games are scheduled -
    at his right
    more than IS days including the for next week Matecumbe red Countyftbect
    4 day of election nay east their ballots will play Florida City Monday
    Bight and W. D. Horn Co. Gossaaaer
    by malt under,the following te the cane
    I will play Brooker' Lumber Co. "Look here,Jane,"said the master -
    Information f Wednesday night Admission to of the hoiua how many more Democrat!* Primary
    I,these game will be free times have I to tell you about
    er, supervisor of registration for I I '"'. these cobwebs I've just had to Your Vote and
    Dad.County. sweep one od the bed rail and
    :CLUBS GO AFTER throw it in the fire myself." Support Solicited
    Application mint be revived by "Good.lI'lcloua. air" exclaimedthe
    County Judge W1 F Blanton, I'
    O. Box <.... Miami,ITa. on or p'l HEALTH UNIT FOR I dress maid for" "that'tonights the missus'ball,"-Fort fancy 'PaW hli&1o Ad..tta..aL
    fore May M for ballot for first I
    Williams Times-Journal. I
    primary; oa or before June 10 t
    for ballot for second SOUTHERN DADErr imiimilllllllHUHIIHNIHIHHIIIHIIHttllHIIHtnmillHnHinHltllll lHlniHIIIIIHIIIIItlimiHtlllimilllimilimiHIIMIIIHHIIIIHIimm lllHIMIIHIIIIIItlllHIMNII

    Voter Write to County Prlmary'j 19'1, *
    r Bumton.P. 0. Box 694 '
    CHASE: Ar
    ria. wh will tend (Continued Frontpage One) Daisy
    baUot which must be filled In and establish the Homestead welfare tANJSOItN
    sworn to by voter and returnedto office, which until April 1 was In
    Judge Blanton. operation, here in office at the I
    Ballots will be mailed out by: Homestead city hall with Mr*. Coffee MILK"lb.
    ' county Judge not more than IS Ferreyra In charge.
    day nor less than six fun days On motion carried the secretaries -
    prior to election. Ballot must bemailed ef each of the three organizations 3 tall cans
    l back and received by I were Instructed to write .
    county Judge on or before midnight the welfare board protesting the
    on day of any election. removal of the local welfare office
    "Be sure and answer all questions Z7c 19c
    application blank." warns \
    Mr. Holmer. "Write plainly or Re-elect I SATURDAY SPECIALS
    print In data but sign application
    in presence of duly authorized officer CLOTH BAG NO.t CANS 4 can
    Failure to give precinct C. L. WHEAT Western' Beef f
    number and street address may TOMATOES25c
    deny your vote"
    The last day to register, for both
    CmOWDE B. E. 4 tall cans PlUME Ib>>,
    first and aecond primaries, is
    April JO Tn last day to pay poll 10 lbs. 54c PEAS(with snaps25c Rib Roast 25c
    taxes, both primaries tl May 16.


    Vote for CORN- -- -- ---- 25c Roast---17c
    Salad! Dressing

    W. Fe BROWNfor NO. t CANS > cans BLADE Ib.

    qts. 2SC, STRING BEANS 25c Roast20c



    TISSUE .
    : Ib.----t2c
    G rolls 25 C roll-.:IOC
    Purchasing Agent
    FAN(!WHOLE GRAIN 5 lilt.
    DOG FOOD 25c '
    RICE - - -

    I A native Florldian. *.
    Scans--25C 1\IEALorGRITS---i5 lb' .34c

    Educated in the public _

    schools of Dad OCTAGON FRESH
    PURR GOLD Plain or Belt Rising M lilt.

    County Soap or Powde FLOUR --- -- -- S5e Pork Shoulder

    The only candidate in
    4lbfc 4 to 4 Ib. ..VI.10sm..C .
    the Purchasing Agent BROWN
    !i race that is a former lb. .20C

    South Dade Countyman. SPECIAL ALL. GOODPeaches Oversee N*. > Cant

    I Lived at Perrine SUPER SUDS3pkgs.2C BLACKBERRIES2cans25c
    JUDGE CIVIL I and attended'pub Ii e B. &con

    COURT OF RECORD I school there.WHEAT No,2zcan17C
    Ib. 3ScI'IW
    has served
    SabMot to DeoMcnttte :
    .. rrimarrYOUR I SHoaT RIBS OF TARGET tan
    t VOTE AND South Dade County well CORNED BEEF- 17c CALF '

    SUPPORT WILL BE sk your merchants. BEEF

    APPRECIATEDWANT Every Promise Made 11 OX. BOTTLES t kettle LIVERIB. ':

    IhIA ....,.. Aw.u..1 Has Been FulfilledHARRY'S .----Ifc: TOMATOKETCHUP25c IB.sac :


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    gaL -_-r-59c IC

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    ; *MeeMe sad AeHrtem Weld.g *.Cylinder Btedtt.OHMlMt .. JtONnUS.Tn lb.
    Oca*.AhunhMa* Casting MM OdlwMMuXlre *.

    '/ Mtchla Repalrtef-.OUeriut to garage to waUtaaa WIITE BACON Rai usage1b.rrr15c
    I 'ja+ .rti'a" aligned re...... eeaji going red penrtntwrt 19 C
    ...**.Mil "Under baring.A | .29C
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