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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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VOLUME XXIV-NUMBER 18. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1936. PRICE FIVE- CEN1'h'r t





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I. Official Ball Monday- Night- I;!TVlO FREE MEALS PLANNED AS




READY OPEN I Chandler Heads Committee to Make 42 CANDIDATES SIREDLANDEVENTTOMORROf FOR

I Citrus Fruit Boosters of Tourists


1936 DIAMOND I I I
i The Florida Citrus Commission meats of grapefruit during the last I! j

I Monday appointed Luther L. two weeks, average prices had advanced -
I 21 cent per box due to -, -
Chaadler of Gould chairman of
SEASON HERE Commission committee to work a 'I the special this month radio advertising campaign .. ".""'.....""."".....,." ......"'....."".""......"...- Fish Fry Service From 12!
featuring.
I with I committee of the florid 'I Additional newspaper adYllrtllllI MAY DIAMOND HALL to 2 and G to 1 la G

I State Hotel Association In a plan I fruit a* a remedy for spring few.ment Announced i,

Matecumbe Vs. Rotary and to advertise. Florida orange I of Florida orange, to be |I "'........" SCHEDULE .,'.,,.,.,
grapefruit and tangerine by serving published next month in paper i
;: ; ; LOCAL CANDIDATES
Brooker va. Home, these fruits and their juice to I of more than fifteen million copies,||I" May Matecumbe Rustic Inn)
First Card winter visitors in Increased quantity also were approved.Authority i vs. Rotary Club; Brooke VI.HorDe. TO START SPEAKING
i and.variety according to .
press to purchase Juice extractors I
KENDALL CCC TEAM release received here Wednesday to make special test campaign May ....Tav rnter v*. Burton; I Aspirant:* lor the County
t H i from Lakeland headquarter in some northern city also I Florida City VK CCC. I Commission Slated for
ENTERS A LEAGUE r of the- eommlMloit.Other I was voted, following I report by, May |-RoiitK Inn ... Taver- I
: members of Mr. Chandler1 I I 10:30: A. M.
W. t. Story Winter Garden, com- fllr I BrookerAr*. Florid City.
Tavernier Shifts to Place I committee are B. E. Smith mttte chairman, which recommended Burton I
in Four-Team "B" !of Zephyrhlll and John S. Taylor an effort to get soda fountains May U-ltotlU"CCC. V* ; With 4J speakers already signed
of Largo. George S. Mason I retell Horn vi and to b addedto
to pure Florid orange p more expected *
CircuitThe !of Tampa I* chairman of the hotelassociation's i and grapefruit Juice at S cent a ,I florid May 11 City-Tawnier vas Horn vs. Rotary: the list, the ttoaland District
I eofnrnlttoe The pur gloat. For this there I
campaign
I May l --Rustle Inn v*. purton; Improvement Association h **
.
93t diamond ball
season pose of the effort will be to make I'will be manufacture new powered 1 I
tourist booster of Florida fruit Brooker vs. CCC. mud .rranfttMnt to provide
Rustle Inn '
Monday night at tile municipalfield I to they will advertise It when they to handle Florida orange I May II-notary v* ; two free meals tor all who attend
return to their northern home and I.pefrult.Ch.111'D1IJ Ho'I the big polWoaUralljr and flair fry
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when Rustic Lin, Msteeumb Tavernter
of -
play the Eatery Chew at The Lakeland dispatch also said \. J4. P.I Xirklaeid: eni Xro.tda'Q'r'' --.......:-_, tt>*k RodUnd ,jcJIwotlumorrowOn .
that r. E. Brigham reported it th. i rioudred the appointmentM.'tOIY:; v : serving will be from It noon
i 7)0: p. nv.srid Brooker LumberCo. citrus commission meeting Monday mine consisting of Charles A.t I May 22-Tavernier vs. RusU to 1 p. m. and W*next one will be
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play W, D. Horne Co. In the tlnn.
that despite heavier *hlp> Stewart, Aubumdale; R B. Wool- ltof.tn.
nightcap. DBurionRolar,;
folk, Orlando; R rx Keene, Winter : May On the NKfM will: be fish- w
diamond ball team ;
Eight/ : one I CCC Horne.
vs.
Garden Lawrence ton tf It, according to Fish r>
; Gentile yChalrmM
from tho CCC at Kendall I vs. Tavernler;
camp 9 SLOT MACHINES I' May l7-R.ota. !
John Scaneili
Orlando and Harold Crew Tampa --potato
Matecumbe
one front one from Horn v*. Florida City.
; to suggest change In gradingstandards salad, pickles, diced tomatoes,
Tavemler, on* from Florida City I May 2*-Burton vs. Rustle Inn;
of the federal bread, butter and eotI'...
IOVt'I'ftooment
and four from Homestead are dIvided BROUGHT IIERE: CCC v*. Brooker.'VATER .
Into two league called the ;; a* requested at recent The speeches of the otncUdnU-i
A and B league The A league meeting of thippen. I'IIUIItheM limited to 10 minute
Is- composed of Brookw, Horn ,ONLY 4 IN PLAY Report of the FWA Florida citrus and none to lt more than is
SURVEY
Florida City and the CCC. The B crop survey wa ,submitted minute each--will start at 10 SO
!the In the with the candidate,
commission showing total morning
league consist of Rurtla Inn
Taverntar, Rotary and Burton' Drug Stores and Soda state production of all citrus fruit MAY START NEXTWEE1HWILCOX for county can minkuer from Um>.
Department; Store. this season to be JTJID.OOI box*. I tilt fifth district speaking first
Fountains Respect
Candidate for governor, congrt-s
Tavernler-* originally In th*
A league but when the CCC camp Local OpinionNine i Frank Rue Appointed \ and comptroller will have IS m nutea ,,
each; all other will be llu.ted :
mad application to enter the I
league Edw, Saunders. Tavernler slot machine were broughtto I.' To Dade Budget.. Board to 10 minute each.
manager, asked that tit* team be Homestead Monday following I Control Project Is Fully The speaker will be called uponIn
placed In the B league.It the granting on Thursday of lost Frank B. Rue of Homestead has the following order:
I
wa decided to try playing the week of an injunction igainat interference been appointed by Governor Approved Congress- County CommlwHmer: PrestonB.
B league team first to that latecomers i I by police authorities I Sholtt to the Dade County budget man' Wires : Bird J. D. Jte4d., Charles 43.
would still be able to seethe her with any machines that might board from county commissioner Turner.
best game of the night be placed In Homestead by the district 9, to succeed: Luther L The following tlegram w*. received PurchasingAgent: William O
League games will be playedon I Saxon Amusement Co. Only fourof Chandler who recently forfeited yesterday morning from.1' Joyce Omar A. Rollins, C. L.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday the machine were let up, however his membership by moving to Congressman J. Mark Wilcox In Wheat
nights, with Tuesday ten, and none was set up In any Goulds, which I II In District. Washington by Preston B. Bird I Supervise of Registration.
open for other activities and i drug store or soda fountain, although District\ No. 4 already has I member chairman of the water control, C. Kirkland. T. WV Stewart, W EVan .
Thursday night held out-of- it I* laid that operator of of the budget board. committee of the Remand Dlt- Loon, Carl Houner.
(Continued on Page oror ) j such place have been high pressured Governor SholU notified Mr. trict Chamber of Commerce: Tax Collector: W. R. Becker
before and since by the slot Rue of hit appointment in a letter Hayes Wood Harry Goldstein.
machine: men to give way to the although Mr. Rue has not yet "rioJeefor South Dude water Governor: Stafford Caldwell
one-armed bandit I received his commission control fully approved by WPA. Dan Chappall W. C.Hodges, B.
RURAL MAIL NOWDELIVERED ,
On coda fountain mm said last I Three parties of It men each have F. Paty a
night he considered that money' been assigned to project under supervision State Comptroller: I. Monty
ON which would go into slot machine: NEGROESWARNEDTO of agriculture department Anderson.
went out of, town forever and Work should begin" next State Senate It. H. filer tallest
Ml till. Citizens: Interviewed ex-i, week Letter follow: R. Graham William J. Pruitt,
DAY ARRIVAL (Continued on Pan Three) COOPERATE IN Acting for the chamber of commerce J. Harvey Roblllard John K. T..-
Mr. Bird Initiated th* correspondence -

Next' with Mr. Wilcox that ton.Clerk of Criminal Court: Charlie -
Thursday
Improvement in Service May AREA CLEANUPUnhealthy brought about the COII 'tIltlllA'* Dillon, W. Ocll Wateoo.
See Half-Holiday Start I prompt and, successful efforts to Judge Civil Court of Records
Meet
at
Reported I (Continued on Pose Eleven) w. F Brow, W. Row. Burton, A.
ing of Lions Many Homestead business I Conditions to I B. Small,

houses, IncludJrfertfllur houses, Be Corrected Council < Shrine Band ,to PlayA I Judge Juvenile Court: truest:
Rural mall delivery patrons now most of the automobile salesrooms Diamond Ball GameThe IE. Roberto Walter K. Bcknm.Cbngress .
get their mall the-tarn day It I I. and repair shops unit hardware,I Declares; \ f : A Patrick c.nI' -.

received III Homestead Instead of and building material dealer, are Sheriff: H. Leslie Quit, Reel
band of Mate
having to wait 24 hour after it in favor of starting the summer I Negro property owner summoned and chanters H. Venno, L It. Weston, Erne
arrives her, It wa announced at hall holiday next Thursday, to council meeting Monday Shrine Temple will give a concert R. William, D, C Cowman
the Lion* Cur meeting Tuesday tentative canvas mad by the night by Council President Tom between diamond ball came on I'
night Th post office Jut beeninstructed Redland District Chamber of Commerce I f Harris were advised 'Jn no uncertain the municipal field the night Of (Continued en Page Three)
to hold the rural carrier this week Indicated. term that the city I* goingto May It, A. R. Livingston, local 1I
for mall arriving on the star route Dry good and clothing merchant clean up Insanitary condition member of the temple, announced I mi: WKATBIW

truck from Miami Instead of letting seen were also In favor of In the colored section and expect her Wednesday. I.-bridal...-MMlMt OUtlM root, -.rf...->..-.-.-....-.....
him depart at his former starting the Thursday DOOM closing the full co-operation of both The bandsmen and chanter will '
scheduled Urn and leave the next _.. Grocery stores, property owner and tenants In be guest of Royal Palm Lodge I Date ax Rage-
morning moll delivery for ,th* however, *r* practically 1InanJI that are*. No. 100, r. ft A. M., and W. & Assil 24 "
next day. OUI for Waiting until later. The A communication wt read from Becker, potentate will b* Introduoed I April n 1 16f 1 1.0:0.:

Dr. B. K.: Catlta, chairman of canvas, mad at the request of Dr. 1. A. Smith, city health officer it the field by R. O. 14ocNI'l I Aprtl3April ;1 to eoI
th storm shelter committee, moved several business homes, will be calling attention tu "unhealthy worshipful master of the 'i I It 1'4 H 10.0ft ..VIIt
that the club write to the senator completed In* tarry part Of next condition In colored town," and lodge. After the concert the guests April 24 50 ao.it
and congressmen asking old I week so that closing eon begin advising the council: that the ares will be entertained at the local April 2t I i.2 II 10.15

(Continued on fag Two) I, next Thursday If desired. r (Continued on Pa- Twelve) Masonic lodge moms I April 30 61 ((30.14!



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ENTERPRISE Friday, Mav 1. I'm(! :! .
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Former Resident Dies -Mrs. J. C. MuUin Dies 'I RURAL MAIL NOVDELIVERED
BURTON
READY TO OPEN After Long Illness GRADY After Lingering Illness I'I'I


1936 DIAMOND Edward Gallaher of Miami.father FAVORS AD FUND I Mrs Crterfe V. MuHin of Bed- ON

of Edward H OatUbtr of land died Saturday in I Mls'l ,

BALL SEASONContinued Ko-aaftea4, died in a Chattahoo- FROM I RACE BETSGrady I hec-rital after a Iteoarta Utneas DAY OF ARRIVAL
ehee hospital Saturday after a lingering the'
Service were conducted by
illness and was buried In MI-
R-v Ceo. X: Deuel of Redlandat (Continued From Page One)
( From Page One) ami Memorial Park Monday morning Burton ot Wauchula,
The Rev Everett: S. Smith, candidate for told voten the Turner Funeral Home Tuesday in obtaining one of the shelter
town Postponed games governor
games. pastor of the First Christian afternoon, and burial was In for Homestead and one for th*
will be played at the end of the of Homestead In a campaign
Church of Miami of which he wasa Miami Memorial Park. Redland section. The secretorywas ;
month so there win be no mix-up speech here yesterday afternoon Instructed to write the
member was in charge of the AI letters
I
in iw: schedule The pall ere
services.Mr that he favored a systematic program ne'fane A lecture on Mexico, illustratedby
J K.
Norwood! Earl ,, .
The schedule of for May
games
Gallaher who was 7T years of wild Iff* conservation!+I stereoptlcan slides, was given
\Pi"- i tx found elsewhere in this
by Dr. EBsh King, pastor of the
old,lived on his property on Ep- reforestation and agricultural development Dar-Sag
P Uf.1 Miami Beach Congregational I
more drive and North Krome avenue "j'
)n,i N tentative and unofficial during I93jM He came to *a I method of Intreating I II Church. nil week's meeting was d ,
I, h "1 players can published Dade County ft years ago from Mb ..lit'. earning power I old died four months after the a ladles night Ninety-seven p 'r- i
death of her husband. J C. Mul-
" t.nt an players will be drop- were present
i I' Deal Beach. N. J. He endorsed the state junior I sons
lln She and her family moved toI
-d l met t dded to strengthen then
i He was a charter member of the chamber of commerce: proposal to I Homestead from Iowa in U25 A vocal selection was sung ">y
to "h l probably much Changn -
Three Score find Ten Club and a of the Mrs Keith Foulk, and the L\,,n
the breaks
1", : \ 1 K' done before the sea- place odd cent She is survived by' a daughter .
r ", "pet s member Of the Riverside Improve- race track mutual system In a Mr, Margaret Headier of Miami brothers quart sang several! mi ibers
meat; Association, the Miami fund for the'I Planer iccompaniment for
With UK exception of the CCC statewide advertising ; three sons, Daniel, Clarenceand
Townsend CUb end At Miami of tour- Mrs. Foulk was played by M s. X
attracting
tc; ,m those representative was purpose more Ralph aU of Redtand, two
Elder and for the I
Social Club. Joseph ->n
at the meeting last ists and prospective home owners stepsons, Glenn and Lloyd Mul-
not present
night. the A league teams and He leaves: his wife, Kin Isabelle to Florida. The odd cent breaks I Un of Louisiana; and two grandchildren boys by Mrs Walter Talbott 'I i he's'
GaUnher of Miami are sums amounting to hundredsof Rev Richard Olsen who i is a VI'i.
p! ,m are as follows: ; a son 1 .
Brooker Lumber Co.Ernest Edward Gallaher of Homestead; thousands of dollars which now tor to the district while recuper ting I t

Neill. f Merman Thomas, p; Edw. a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson are kept by the race tracks by I from illness and operations y, I
Brooker Ib; Elmer Sullivan, 2b; of St. Petersburg; a brother their custom of paying only even I.O.O.F. Grand MasterTo was introduced and made a short 'y
Bob Harris Sb, Ansel Barrow, as; Phillip Gallaher of Boston; and amounts to mutuel winner. This Visit Local Lodge humorous talk. He will be gu c itspeaker j
A. E Sherard, Ovid Sullivan, three grandchildren fund, Burton pointed out, would I at the May 12 meeting

'Red" McCormick, Marvin Shaw, cost the taxpayers nothing I
Oarland Wynn, Claude Campbell Burton advocated placing the! F. M.Hoofnaf of Lake Worth iii Diamond Teams Play

Fred Fuchs. outfielders W. H.. Redland Tropic Fruits educational system on a budget I newly elected Florid grand mast- Here on Tuesday Night \

Forsyth of Florida City is the Feature Big LuncheonThe basis, with funds provided by- the I fr _of the Independent Order of -
manager. legislature Instead of leaving allocation Odd Fellows, will meet with the The Homestead High School
Florida CUy-Robert Rohrer,! of achoollundl to the governor ; Homestead lodge at it* regular diamond ball team will play'Ponce
2b, Clyde Nelll. Sb: Aubrey Cheshire tropical fruits used In unusual H* opposed the_ two-Job; mectinf Tuesday ,night H. B, de Leon High oil the municipal
c; Rudolph Mattson. Ib, "i concoctions served Mondayat practice and said be would use Seattle of homestead, deputy diamond here Tuesday night Ina '1
B. Clonlnger as; Robert Kllch, p, a luncheon given by the Miami the governors absolute veto power grand master also will be pres preliminary game beginning at I
James Simmons, Richard Mattson, I Woman Club for the general on the pardon board to stop release ent, 7:30 the Homestead eighth/ grade
Roy Sincere Cecil Johnson, Arthur -! eration of Women' Clubs, In of hardened criminals. He A large number of candidate will play the South Miami eighth
French and Bud Shankltn, vention at Miami, were FecS-1 favored old age pensions, declaring will be given the initiatory degree grade
outfielders. Richard Mattaon and from George W. Kosel's they could be provided without I
Clonlnger are also pitchers. Bill Grove In Redland b/ Mrs. additional taxation. He also
Meade veteran baseball player is Feaster who visited. Mrt-snd Mrs. favored a Democratic party platform -'
managerW Kosel Sunday binding an nominees toe, VOTE FORPRESTON

D. Horn Co.-Uoyd Field, Among other thing-*,preparedfrom constructive policy for the itate.

Ib Ralph Munin, Sb, Gene Campbell I the collection of fruit from
) n. Otis Cowman, c; Herbert Jungle Grove were tamarind B.
Farmer 2b; tSruce Ennls, p, Don I Juice served as a cocktail, and Florida City Fire Does; ,.n

Talbott p. Roy Campbell Harold Surinam cherries served on painted $200 Damage to House
Brenner Wayne Erpenbach and cabbage leaves. BIRDfor s t

Clyde Gossman. outfielders W. T.i A fire said to have started in a

McConnell la !manager Harold Russell, e; Eugene Lowkls, field crate filled with sand resulted 1
The B league teams and players' a. Van Ness Ib. H. M. McKenzie, In {209 damage to a two- %, ,
are Ib, Ellis Bradley c; Clements, Ib: story stucco house on Caves avenue ,
Rotary Labon Bishop, tb, Roe Robert, Pi; Charles Knowles, in Florida City Friday afternoon
Charles Sullivan, 3b, J B. Spark- 2b; R. M. Maloney, 2b; Jack Dan- The flame was extinguished COUNTY j j
man is, Ed Stephens, 2b, A. D. : iels, Ib; Eugene Lowe Pi; C R, by the Homestead fire department -
Ne It. r, Jerry Hlckson, p, Frank I White, 3b; Earl Norood, Wm Moo before It had spread from
Rue, E A. Buchanan, M A. Berger I burr Bill Smith, Louis Pelliclerand the kitchen The house it said to COMMISSIONER

Harry Johns, outfielders. Win. Paul AlbW'), outfielders. Edw. belong to the Somerset Realty Co. :
E Rheney and Charles Caves are i Saunders is manager j of MiamI. Bth District, Dad County :
the managers i
Rustle Inn of Matecumbe-Gilbert I

Thompson, e; Ferran Pinder, Your Vote and Support i
p Bernard Russell, p, John Pierce,I
p Lewis Moore Ib, Everett Carey' Henry H. FilerFOR Will Be Appreciated

I* Aubla Eubank, a; R. Spits
3b t Lowe. 3b, Nolan Parker. FM Politic A Berlin) Felton and E. Knowles,I \
outfielder The Rustle Inn sec
ond team consists of: Merle Fel-
STATE SENATOR
ton. Warren Lowe, Jack Beyse
Buddy Boyne, Charles Carter
Charles Wood, Russell Finder. Subject te Democratic Primary
Ctrl: Knowles, Ralph Know**,
Warren Russell, Bert Pinder and a
Through the work of
FT-,nH.n Carey The team is sponsor J
I md managed by O. O. King Henry H. Filer revenues

fan, i-ir of the Rustic Inn I have been received by r at
this is Department Stone I a
\ Dade County from theState's -
lit \ 0) Rue. :2b Charter Little. p
Lutx-i, Greenwood, c; Pierre Me General Revenue

Darnel, Ib; Wm. McMicha-l siMirtln I for the first time in history *

Bishop, Clinton Bishop WITHOUT
John Walton, Theodore Franklin
RAISING
Emory OearlngJlex Faust Rufus TAXES
+WNlKI CAREY ftOO'lNCSAM
Sullivan and Winifred Owen, out- I MADB

Jlelder*. As STATE SENATOR
Tsvernler- William Finder, p; ''
ig he will be able more effectively
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Roofings and Shingles are made In
to serve Dade CAREY
'
I County. Individual roofing plant in the ,

world. Huge production effects large saving,

a I life public record of 25 and these are passed along in the form of extra

A years in Dade County Is quality. That I* why -we can offer you greater
"Y
his pledge of service.HARRY'S values for roofing dollar.
your
(AH...... weld rue to ......,

We can prove it by our samples! and prices.




WELDING SHOP Brooker Lumber Co. "


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Phone 62 Homestead, Fla.
Portable Elecbrl sad Aeelyleaw Welding a* Cylinder Weeks,

ClVattr Heads AlwrJama Casting art BeUen.AetamoUv .

1f Machine KAo!plrta-;-Catering to garages In mom

bearing peering and aligned reaming connecting red Pouring

and boring,and cylinder 1MIrI....

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Friday May I, 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE ...... Th (.,
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STAGE ALL SET Seoul and the state rod palml, Lotal Club Wins Prize or*. The office will be open each Full time service of the welfare:
I Harry C Reely' and George Cooper :I At Conference Thursday from ':JO a. m. to 4 p., office was discontinued on account
Rotary
er are Is of road signs and m. of lock of finance and because
FORBIGREDLANDRALLYSATURDAY directions. The room committee:1 Attention ol WPA and former the COM load did not warrant u
; M. A. Baker and Tom The Homestead Rotary Club i full time worker, Miss Cooler t r
Music: Carl Wagner Terbert.1: I won the attendance peW at the FERA clients Is called to the fact ,' announcement stated. Closing of i{
that in addition to Mrs Florence
Chas Cox, J J Forbes, district conference held in Tallahassee I the oCkt was p&tetted by the
ctr: : Gates, the soda welfare representative
I well, E P Marshall and I this week a telegram from j ithe office was protested b>' practically -
It there will be a WPA
t Armstrong the local delegation, read at Uw very civic organization in
Continued From at the office "
Pace One) representative every
The reception and Information meeting here Wednesday an the Redland DistrictLRADEEENTERFRISE
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Representative: George Edward Thursday For the present she
committee Is composed of the following nounced. The pose, 125 is awarded -
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Holt, George S. Okell, H. E. Ovcr- said, the Thursday service should
j trf the
Rotary Club in the state -:
Chas chairman
Pratt
,
: WANTADS
street, Mr*. John W. Watson Ray take care of the needs of the I
which sends
I M. Watson, J K. Williams. Wm. Payne. W. M. Brodle, the most delegates,' Homestead area. BRING RESULTS: r
Tom miles traveled taken Into consideration
An efficient loud speaker system George Cooper, Torbert, E. ,
L. Lawrence. Ben Archer, Chas| .
will 4
the voice of each
carry
y speaker to aU parts of the ground, Cox,J. W. English,Henry Behrens, Homestead nosed out Key West I II
j and flood M. A. Baker, Carl Wagner, W. L by one delegate Representing I I
light will be used In
the evening Arrangements have risk Wm. J. Geronimo, Claude I the Homestead Rotary Club were Nell K. WalkerCandidate
I President-elect Dick Brooks. Secretary
been made 10 that the speakingmay Campbell B. B. Pullen, W. H. I -
be held Indoors Owens, Joe Hlckson, S. E. Livingston George Frick. Charles:
in case of John P Neatsey H. E. Coves Wlllard Flfleld. James

i rain.The committee who wll Icon- Schaff Walter Talbott, W K Wollam and Wm. J Oronimo 4
duct the and have Walton C. J. Parman, A. D. At the meeting of the local club I
meeting workedto
Fogle A. W. McVicker. J. L. Bal- this week, Clarence FroscnerEagle forreelection
make It
a
success U
composedof
Wm. W. lard, W. II Cast H. A. Cameron Scout of the Homestead Boy
Johnston
president of Scout troop. and W Cecil Wntson to
the Redland District Improvement Frank Skill. Henry Brooker. Jr.. I
Association Fred B Hartnett EL P. Roberts, O. B Parker, r W. I president of the Dade Count
; ,
cil, Boy Scouts of America,
Stillman, Luther L. Chandler,
chairman of the Dade
County DADE COUNTY
.
Democratic executive committee Chas T. Harper M. Silverman i were speakers presented by RCK
Thomas E. Kirby president of the; Alva Lee Mr. B. A. Waldin. Mrs. Carton Frank Rue, chairman of the I Il'Ou
South J W. English Mrs Wm. J. Geron- youth work committee in observance -
Dade
'I E. C. Chronliter Democratic and Club Curtis; and E. imo, Mrs E. P Roberts. Mrs. Jay of national youth week. Board Public
'I Simmons Mrs Don Ferreyra,
let, a the South
I Dada rnocraticfrom Mrs. Thos. Kirby, Mrs. J. J. Villa Welfare Office to GiveOneDayaWeek

Mr Johnston will presidi Mayor Mrs. Tom Torbert. Mrs. George ServiceThe Instruction
\ Charles T. Harper will Cooper, Mrs A. A. Payne, Mrs .y
in handling the speakers. Timekeepers Chas r Harper Mrs E. J. Dyal, Homestead; office of the
who.. will see that no Mrs E.; M. Froscher, Mrs. Mattie district board of social welfare DISTRICT NO. I
speaker exceeds his allotted time I. Bradley, Mrs Dave XufeJdt, I which was Closed April t. was reopened -
I will be Mr. Chronister and Mr. Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mrs, Chas. O : Thursday of last week for kf Y Subject to June Democratic
Lee Turner: Mrs Clue Stewart I one-day-a-week service in the JM *' '' 41 rriawriesfoaticai ,

Mr Johnston said yesterday I American Legion building. South
that at least two motorcades from 9 SLOT MACIIINESBROUGHT Krome avenue: according to .n ( Advertisement Paid] by Friends)
Miami were being planned for the announcement made by Miss
,) Redland rally and fish! fry by supporters Elizabeth Cooley, district direct
of two of the candidatesfor HERE;! Se'4

governor who are scheduled to r
apeak or represented.. He felt (Continued From Page One)
certain that the rally would be one would,never find Us way back into
of the largest held in Sloth Florida -I pressed the belief that even beer
; dispensaries and pool parlors
The Redland High School band would eventually feel the brunt
will furnish music during the day I'
of adverse public opinion if the)"
The Redland Parent-Teacher Association continued to allow the slot ma-
will have charge of eon- 'chines "location space in theli
ciuioni of which half Uw profit establishments

will go toward paying the transportation The city refused to issue any licenses -
of University of Miami for operation of the slot
student who instructed the band, machines placed here, and the,
and W"JjUp>jfcii ed JtQjcreate +a city attorney is preparing to carryout
fund S EuniferTh lor the band I the city council Inatml'th'lI

tint the school: groundsis to appeal from the writ or IIlJun, r
in Tflle hinds CI( a committee I tion Issued by Judge Tcttdc ,,:
i composed of J. O. Win 1IY. (;POI'IIP I circuit courtGROW 1
Ranson, Wm Dunlop, Mrs Murray I _
F W StUlman and I P: A 1-:
ms Parking Will b,' m,,rugLd by
B W Morris, assi I ud by" Boy
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mi FORD FORDOR SEDAS1120 CHEVROLET COACH 1928 FORD TU'C'KIt
Good transportation rough In looks but wlU run good buy you will I.. I
at a cheap price 1100 many a day, special 14 f\f\ have thIS when the r ,,I"I e
I this week AW ing season starts 125
Priced right

a t 19211 FORD FORDOR IIEDAN-
I Runs well: Just the thing 136 CHEVROLET COUPE _
;I for using 011 odd JLOO to fair shape and wheelbase D TRICK '.ing

f lobi. ". _._. priced right .125 wheflcub:.'38 dual tag liS 0



jf39. FORD COUPE priced
GOOD. PULLETS COUTE
1931 CUE1ROLET _
lilt FORD TRICK Long
right now and well worth what
THIS YEAR we are asking Buy Jhis before good eondlUonloolu 200 wheelbase-dual wheels cab
Candidate for ElecUoa right _.,... .._ ,
o we spend more money fixing --- -- -a real buy at our I 300v

It and be the price ... ..
up ---- -- r
Dade Co. School Board Well grown rigorous pullet _. 100

' District S eatlrs district south will make fine layer next fall 1124 PACKARD SEDAN --big a

of TasBlaml Tram and winter.Assure this)result .- car with a very small 60 1111 FORD TRUCK Short'
Tour vote'sad sopoct-win Iftt FORD TUDOR.-good mo- price _-__' wheelbase-cab-stake body
I assure too eo.rte a effl- by feeding Ful-O-Pep.Grow.: tor run fine tires good 1038 tag early l 350

cleat sad Isaiwrtlal ccndaolef ing Mash now.- It develops -- paint in good 200 '84 model ..-- -

the affairs ., this efflee.P shape.- ,.u __v..v ..... ii
big frsmedru6ged bird that 1131 CHRYSLER COITE-new
'M Faulted A4 ti.Oe..al
can stand the strain of heavyegg paint-top-eeat covers 5011)IIun FORD TRICK Short
I 1134 FORD TUDOR seat thing you will be I 21 0 wheelbase- -cab--stake body,
production. 'covers good condition. A proud of ... 1838 tag late model. tuna
Let Us I'real bargain Ia.3S'O floating rear axle- :Af\f\ "

EOP price fine shape r... _. UU
RejuvenateYour > 192S CHEVROLET COACH -
I has a lot of transportation left
Car ms FORD TRUCK-we aremake good runabout for the 111 CHEVROLET CAB
by many the loser on this-you farm. We have two of TRUCK you "MI 14 f\f\
60
I Il poultry i!'win 175 these get tutee cheap AW
l Wood Work year sifter

Body, Fender Repairs 1.1ItId their [

Tops and Trimming androiaa i VISIT US FOR BETTER VALUES "TODAY!
better I

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............................................................-.... ter In sail conservation agreement
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE TIDBITSBy Bulletin on Florida Government *, with the view of obUalng( I
II I grants from the AAA for futtlll- -
Fabtiahed Friday at Home- llollister gage Available to Those Who Desire It I ment of such agreement rr

...... ft*.. by the South Dad ...._- ...... "Th second part dwells with: J

Publishing Ceo : A TRUE STORY Tallabeaaee, April 10-Ooe of crimes; civil court of record and 'Payment1 to be made for shifting i
record; Judge of the court of by producer of IOII-depl tlnc <41 I I
unusual publications over
BCNAKCIIER EdHer He was only It, but he had established I the most judges; county courts and judge; i crop to sou-conserving and wibuUding |.
the reputation of being compiled by any stat department Justices of the peace: executive crops; the third and
Catered M eeaJ *laa* manMutter honest la the small town of Ar- I It Bulletin No. 39 entitled "Out- department; functions of the various I fourth deal. with "Classlflclatlott .

Miff* '. lilt al the pert cadia where ha lived. Just then line ot Florida State Government state officials, communion :of Crops' and '!Ia.* Acreages' from .

Otee M llanisetead. I'1erWa wades a testing time came. Circumstantial and Comparative Studies. recently and stale boards; and a map slowing which the schedules of payments
flu Ml .f Hate I. 117*. evidence pronounced hima Issued at 'Tvlohasse the congressional district of are to be based I 1 D

thief. HI employer the postmaster Several mouth of cartful research the state. Of exceptional Interest "In the latter portion of this

SMS. fBJCE. 3L94 A nAAFLOIUDA'S had such confidence In were necessary for the Is the "Comparative Studies of bulletin will be found: a draft of '
r him that he refused to believe him I preparation of this booklet and I Comparative Government which the act of congress creating the
guilty when a $100 bill could not tile government of every -
only one thoroughly conversant compare IMC AAA a press release oa the
TIMES be accounted for, but the government -1 with the subject could,compile a I country of the world and ton- establishment of the five rations, '

Sawttmber and timber products demanded thai he be tried. bulletin at this nature. The author,: Was facts that every citizen of the and. prellmlrtary reports ef four JJ
have netted the national ,.. When the evidence was lit to the T. X Brook assistant commissioner United State should know. southern region committee that It

sets in Florida "7,517 sine July judge told the Jury Jut of agriculture, states there ha i At this time the topic ot government met an Memphis Tenn.. shortly of

1, 1(39. This means that HOW el sympathy they must 1Ud"1 been a demand for copfea. from it. a very live.Jesus and after the enactment by OMtgrets.* .' S
hat accrued to th* state for its 19 a Verdict of "guilty". judge,bwyervcolleg* professor,! in light ef present day thought this This special bulletin Should b* d

per cent shin of the receipt for After two noun W school teacher, busiowjmen, students 1 publication should prove of exceptional ''In the hands of every grower I la III
the nine month past n compared' :! and earnest labor with awe *f their and others from many state -value. W riy'venron Florida and the department Of *gV v 1'
with IICUM (or the entire filial umber they manlm.ustgr< 'PoouftMtf **- other than Florida.: I ii'mtertsted-in knowing how he is grtcuttor 'I* giving this press*re- ; It

year-ended June 30, IMS, according the boy 1.IIMont..to. the Looking through the bulletin we governed and h*'waU to know lets to every newspaper In Flit It

to a report 4ut nude public great displeasure of the Judge, find sub-hesdlogj.devoted.to each hew hit government compares. Ida In the heps that every farmer <,,:. .1'
by Frank A. Albert, forest ivfwevitor -1 They knew-tfcei young townsman branch of stab government such: with Other countries. In' the Mat will take nouns anjl lu

.of th Florida National Foe-: He bad earaactly urged tttr a* legislative department: ,Judielai This Information it- available tend at Once for-*'copy/'Address i;I
rats headquarters in Tallahassee, believing" employee. ...,.". .. acti department, drcuitcourta and cir i without cost to th **>who ear to :a postal card or fetter to Nithaa .
This U paid to the state In compliMM -! week a portion at Me $.*salary eutt court judge; a nwp showtag address a card to Nathan Mayo eommlaeioner of tgricul-: C

with the law that S9 per cent until the tout bill was mad the new Judicial circuits- fie: Commissioner of I turf Tallahassee, requesting"aeopy. : b,
of ill gross receipts be paid I* ttvt II TU U did later But tb* "" state criminal: eourU, and jitdge; lahassee, askingfor \ Ka'O'1 BIN
state toe apportionment to the Judge sentenced the loyal JWcI.j location the criminal court of U.

counties, Jn.-walch tin national for to a ....'* idleness and a I N. Time for flay ci

est are located for tehool. our* of *20 each for every time & i The storm Increasing violence {
was c'
poie| and road building.I Mr. Albert 1 _called and two led eham ,was[ Florida Farmers Can Get AAA BenefitsFor and some of the deck fitting 1 p.
pointed out the this Increase absent | been -.1
bad already
sweptoverboard
la a natural remit of protection tt However the Judge-was wrong| Shifting to Soil Building Crops : when the cipatln decided c.

Umber front Ire and other destructive and th* boy and tilt astute friends i : to send up signal ot dis : e

agendas. A* the Umber were proved right when seven tress. But hardly had the rocket 1
growl Into trees large enough for month later the .annual housecleaning Tallahassee. April ;O+The new fits which will accrue under this I burst over the ship when a tolmra 14
aawlogt, It I* told to private operator of the little post office agricultural adjustment act as It new AAA It to necessary that they I faced stepped to the 4
f to Florida to of. vital fir with the requirement of passenger ,[ I(
applies comply
*, or In the case of certain was in progress, for among the bridge.
'i
pine tree,, they are leased to turpentine cobwebs back of the safe was portages to every Florida grower the actThe "Captain," he old, Td be the' '
I It bat been considered of such Importance bulletin states In part I 1:
: companies which extract found the missing greenback, Alight .
last earth to call
a damper
man on
the turn over a period of years. ( puff of wind had lipped It I to the welfare of the Thli outline of the 1938 oil I c:
but It to
on one, seems me ,
stat that Nathan Mayo, commissioner conservation and domestic allotment any 'j I
When the tree n longer function off the top to its secret hiding! that this Is no time for letting off
.i I turpentine product I* It told place. j of agriculture, ha had prepared program for the southern region ftreworlta.Toronto Globe. a
and printed a special bulletin was prepared from AAA bulletins -
for pulpwood or other timber The story that when Blank' If.r
goes
containing complete Information and press releases available
products. Meantime all young was given the 1100, he was at al*
growth te protected both from fire on this timely subject Thisbulletin (I of April 8, 1930. WU; "Where can I put thin so
.loss to know'what to do with so I I won't forget it before I out".1
devoted to
and from destruction through has just been received 'n1a first portion Is go t,
carelessness by operators In the much reedy money 'A I from the printer, U the growers]1 brief 'Instructions for Participa, Husband: "In front of the mIr- y
wood This story ot real/Lfe Is to be expect to participate In the bene- tion' by those volunteering to.en. ror."-Ex. :
credited to Deacon Samuel H. cD
The value oC timber *o tar sold '
Fitch near whose pleasant horn
during the present fiscal year IsSI1UM I on Kings I am living 'LO'U '. .,Uitl I l_ .: : mf"'J..eIJA
according to the report H* was C'I'J; | ..
This Indicates a further IncreaseIn I 1
Tha deacon further commented:
j ..
the probable receipts lot the '
"Had we sentenced ,that straight :
coming year. Except in small
...... Mr. Albert explained. timer young follow to the chain gang) GIANT 2.4 4e l a4"N
sod the fellowship of criminals for'Ewe
contracted for I* not all paidat <
7"NI'OtW.PIGWINCII..GS ti
years, at the request of this; 39
once, but the purchaser "
pay too positive. judge ha might have LoNG- WIIO Ift'N ,cure t
at be tut*. Hence the SS
percent been led to adopt a life of crime." L'r GGifPrCWiP6'i
accrual to the state on salesis I G20WN '
(Which do not bvlieve.) "Now he' WAS ,
not computed and paid until the has become one of our most solid) /N FLG3B/Lj4/ IN2A4Y% i ite
timber to cut out and the moneyIs "
and respected cltisen
received by the United States I |

Treasury. There has been a constant .
and rapid Increase In timber ever changing sky--Is Incalcu- 1t

sales and consequent receipts Jo I lablc. j

the state since 1933 when the Si 2. The country 1s more conduc- \

per cent apportionment amounted ive to clear thinking and to leisurely I Ij
only to $3,698. It Is estimated living than city. Life in the i j

that by the end of this fiscal year I city is ala). geared to high speed. !iI. ,
the state's by r JYW 1
apportionment probablywill The country offers wider op- '
exceed seventeen thousand I
portunitie for recreation than the
dollars, the highest since! the U. S. city If the advantages are utilized.
Forest Service bi ,:.Mn activities In
It however, is
any girl or boy to
Florida. minded that social advantages can
never mean anything but thou I

ADVANTAGES OF FARM LIFE that must be purchased such as

movies, flashy parties, or commercialized -
Even It it weren't worth a very
he the will
sports or
great deal to be In any vocation
probably never be satisfied a'I:
on
which you really like I wonder Uyou've
farm.-Alexander Nunn In the .
ever had pointed out these
Progressive Fanner. i'LO,6/44
Inherent advantages of rural life to
aa lifted by Dr. O. E. Baker of sMc

the U. S. Department of Agriculture < FREE TOMBSTONES
: 94W 0Ar
Readers who know of say unmarked -
1. A farmer ha more and bettOr
of former Ameri
food to eat than have roost grave
IOkh.-tlnloa Confederate _
4AWOV ;
people In cities.
I World War Spanish-American 4Ef -
L He has better health and lives War Mexican War, or Revolutionary

longer. War--should take advantage -
S. He accumulates more property of the government's offer to!,

than the average city resident furnish headstone for such soldiers -
4. He to more likely to enjoy his free of charge, It Is a grata-i
work than are most city people. tying indication of the passing! )
5. He Is likely to enjoy a better of Civil War prejudice that that

family Ilfe. federal government provide such)
Dr. Baker's statement are all headstone for Confederate-I

backed by the actual fact He Union solidieri auk. Writ of- ,
says that young people who reach fire of the quartermaster general:
the ago of 17 are likely to Jive War Department. Washington D. (I

U\ftt.Jo five yean longer In the C, for application blanlu-J'roo1} I
country than in the city. Also grasslv Farmer. !,

front the money standpoint I
though you may not believe It Th interesting BIRD PAEACISB FLOW. tied I.* the bottom *f the fruit t* Mike ft g ..\ t
'
the state with the highest average There are Interest* by the sacrU' ER was grewa la the green-house la.tae ganU ef straight utrttad"of curling at.

or per capita wealth ate aU doml- flee of which peace I It too dearly| the "Oldest B.II..." St Francis fit. 4* St. Aagu The most extraordinary exploit la the Untorrf a

hantly- agricultural state purchased One should never be tine. The plant which I* kita a1'the Travelers the Florida State Public Court Tennis Tours

There are other decided advantage at,peace to the sham of his own Palm, to very rare la the United State, but 1* menu was performed by HUDSON HAHM, ef FtLanderdale
toulirto the violation: of hit Integrity I
should not lilt'overlooked
Jhat found M widely separated Florid loalitl
growing JackaoavrtU I'M,
or of his allegiance to God. at on December II,
: the -E. H. Chapln. **. and January 1, its). During*' two days, a*

1.Fundamentally beautiful than the cowatl'1II city.The I I Ts above **-
more artistic and esthetic value of Peace I* the happy, natural ), at all although it looks remarkably like *n* It I* And mixed ... .... It I* ef Interest to ho..1 f

the rural panorama.-tre* and]I stat of man war hit corruption i known aa the SNAKE: GOURD and belong to the that though only a jialor player, k* was leedid(

(plant..and bird.' and..! |nse<$ jnd Oil disgrace,-Thomson. 1 squash family. A stone or other weight I* oftea number one In every division.



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organista for protective political Kendall Woman Run *jsTsB0fjACjy aiidi sjsttMKtssjl conduct
TEACHERS VOTERESENTMENT action I admire !DILLON FOUNDED to fte afrairof I tfMoflfee
With yew courage andI For Dade School Hoard she say*, ,
tine admire your bravery And let me and believe that all outlying district -
: AT say this: Dont be afraid) when TRUCKING LINE should have their pro rata
wail. pressure I Is brought to Mir and Mr*. Flora F Errand of Kea- share of the school funds.
dHll has qualified a* a Oftudttiate i 1
when threat thrown at
and are you.
Wilk .1 COERCION CRY Because there I Ia no group that can TO FLORIDA CITY' County for membership board of public on the Instruction Dade Site Cleared for New ;
bring into
)root q qnbi long your a* you're position true and jeoplU'd1II a* long from District No. 3. which I is now Home for Ur. J. A. Smith "

Dade Unit Florida Better a* you're clean. And I for on Charlie Dillon candidate for held by Mrs Nell K. Walker of .
this am willing to trust the teacher to clerk of the criminal court, oper- Home*lead.Mr Ground was cleared and rock -:
t ot .M Schools League Endorses do right." ated a freight and express truck *, England, the wife of W M- got In rvadlne for a two-story .
the 1 Filer A brief summary of Mr. Filer's between Miami and Florida City *.tI.. England, owner of a forage concrete block and native rock .
the ; platform was given by: D R Red. 15 years ago and made many and filling station at Kendall, has house to be constructed at Krom "
)ns, Claiming! full responsibility for learn, attorney who called special friend In the Redland District, served for nearly two years a* a venue and N. EL': Ninth street for Y
,.i your Henry H. Filer1 candidacy for the attention to his vigorous denunci- he said In an Interview here school trustee in special school tell Dr. and Mrs J A. Smith, J
hat I state senate the Dade County unit ation of the slot machine law and week. district No. S and has resided In Asked when work would begin, ;
'11.1r "Y of the Florida League for Better Mr. filer' outspoken support of "It was a very successful Kendall for the past II years. She Dr. Smith said "some time .
1a.1j Schools passed resolution Of en- old tie pensions. 'ness for four and a half )'sue-1 la a member of Coco Plum Wom within the next six months"' The
b dorsement at an open meeting held In the but I broke a muscle In my an's Club of South Miami the plan are till in preparation he i
closing meeting, the unit
.l I in the White Temple in Miami said and sold the line to Don Housekeeper' Club of Coconut: aid. '
president
, Tuesday afternoon with in attendance : Who i II till operating It with Grove, and the American Legion
re. of approximately 1000 "The Dade County xinit of the cess. During the time I operatedthe Auxiliary: of the Llndlcy de GarmoPost Why He QailNethenol

of teacher, principals of school, P.. Florida League for Better School line I never lost a single article Coconut Grove. *: "Why did you quit
ti i IJ' T. A: leaders, room mother and I* sponsoring Henry H Filer for for any merchant and not a Mrs. England says that she ha singing in the choir?" .
10 press representative the state senate We are digging single merchant owe me a cent the business and civic experience Weathersole: "Because one dayI
The resolution follow: down Into our fund to support his Mr Dillon has lived In Dido needed by a member of the school I I didn't sing bft''l.' asked

,aa .. "Be It resolved by the Dade candidacy County for 37 yean He i* married board. She believe in courtesy, I if this organ "-Ex.
: "We an doing this because -- ---
w' Mr.
" County teacher who are member and has four children He
< Filer ha sacrificed for us in the" ha. had six ?
.f the Florida League for year experience is "
Better School that we deny and past and W* believe hi win continue investigator for the county solicitor
resent the false report and accusation to sacrifice for us In the future nd a* constable of the second t
He has worked for u* in the district! during which he baa '
that wt are forcecj to served -
post and we belie.. M'wtU ChaSsG. Turner
con- all form
of that .
contribute to the campaign ex- paper have
jenatf- of Henry H. FUer tinue to work! for,Us l In, the future been Issued from Jheeqrk'l} affiee, i

"Mr. Filer I* a candidate because "There' ltd UM to Mate any an experience which he Considers 7JSti announce "
tiLa. 'We. in open meeting attended bona 'about It.; Jmsupporting a valuable qualification for the office t
I by 1,000 members October 23, Henry Filer for senator, and I'M HI Candidacy: for I
1939 requested him to run for the digging down In my own pocketto
enhe responsible position of state sena'We help his candidacy" ATTENDS CONVENTION ""
1"- COUNTYCOHHISSIONER
Constable J. M. I
J1 furthermore wish to declare Scarborough
Large Congregations
returned Friday night from Brad-
( and emphasize that we, a*,
Greet New Pastor enton where he attended the 4
annual t
Pis citizens, have the right to work
convention of the Florida
for the best interest of the boy I
and girls of Florida and for what Large congregation greeted the Association of Justice and Constable District No. 5 Dade
!Av* feel Is for the welfare of ours Rev. C. Q Nelson Sunday on his *. Mr. Scarborough, an assistant r
county and state first appearance a* pastor of the vice-president of the association County
a I Redland and Florida City Community made one of the opening r
Upholding! the right of teacher talk .
Churches after an absence 4 f
"- to exercise full citizenship privileges of to. year He was pastor of the Subject U the Jose r
In selecting and supporting .- -
Florida City church In 1818. '
Democratic Frlmarr
candidate for office, Carl Wagner
r principal of Redland High Saying that he hoped this interest
School moved the of would continue and even in- Ernest Roberts
adoption the Your, Vote and ,
rcase during the summer months
resolution, presented by Ml* Olga "
Mr Nelson said that it would be Support Solicited
;Benson, principal of Santa Clara
" school Vigorous applause follow his purpose to interest himself In
ed Mr Wagner! assertion ;hat all the activates of the ponununt* fiM PolltlMl A4nrtlMMMl. fFM ,
Mr Filer had proien devotion tohe tie and If possible give whatever .
assistance 1* needed for workingout ;In ,4
( upbuilding 4f Dade
and the cause of better County communiproll'ama..
through 15 year*' service "these' community churches
Member of the county school board serve a real need In each of these
and two terms a* president of the I neighborhood," said Mr. Nelson FOR HIM, ARE YOU?

florid Education association I and their program of service ,
Charge of attempted coercionbf I and ministry are arranged to meet ,
teacher by candidate opposedto the requirement of all pliase of Charlie Dillon

Mr Filer in order to suppress I life and living Every one livingin I'
their! exercise citizenship right the vicinity of these churches I*
were hurled by W. W Matthew cordially invited la attend every Candidate ft
president. of the unit In addressing / service possible Come and bring
Ihe assemblage aU the family-even the little baby Clerk of Criminal
Dr Everett S. Smith, pastor of for the cry of a baby in church
the First Christian Church Of Miami Is a sound akin to worship; so .
In a brief address said: | don't stay home on account of the f Court of RecordIn
"-ongratulate the teacher for| baby: start him In early" r "Y
..... -- --- the June Primary 1939
I Candidate for
If Yon Arc Interested in A resident of Dade a'I 4

William C. Hodges 'DADE COUNTY for 37
BETTER SCHOOLS -iOW ER County years
TAXES-OVEkSCA III OHWAT e
-PROPER ACDITINGBETTKB Juvenile Court your Vote and Support Will ,.r
Judge
OOVEENMENT Be Appreciated

I Hear Subject to lane Democratic For honest efficientadministration

II STAFFORD Primaries of this

maid Pontleal Ado wtl.nnnnIWANT office vote for him,
CALDWELLGpVERNOit.

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Te MM People ef This StateMMlM Caadldato for Govtnmr l and mature, this season's crop of fruit. Redland Brand fertilizer are I

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0.-114I tltmtllmSJODf.M Discos the real Lease *f the .. ..
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The Rev. R. P. Marshall, former Th* May to sting of th* Ladfe: The Florida CRy P.-T. A. + J".r
pastor of the Silver Palm Community Aid Society' of OM OmmunMy' hold K* May meeting In UIt.alli i ".
Church and Mn. Marshall Chun wilt be nvM Wt
In and Ground were guests. of t R CaflaherWednoaday The meeting place hag set yet bean '
ennounrtd.
and Mr*. Roy Refit and .
three soar and Mr. and Mn C J
Richard: Huff ha been confinedto Mn. Franc Anderson who baa L. Now and.... Paul, left on Friday -
Homestead hla home with Influenza this been In Miami several Month la for atat Bend, N C. Roy:

_k.M.laa. now occupying one of the Hobart NetU returned Tuesday toad t..
Brockett cottages on BgMh treet to business Intertrta.Mm t
--- Lucille Winchester of Atlantic .

Ernest P. Roberts who I II put Mr and Mn Lester Leach of City wee a guest of Mia Mr. and Mr*. Joe Kupporti leftTuesday Anna Baer and Walter
,', ,cad chancellor of the KnlghU I Now York CIty are expected tomorrow Lots Dram over the _k-and. tar their home to Si Fred left Wednesday; for WeN1 ('
Unite after a te-wek at woodN,
May
If 1'\thins ol the state of Floridai to apend a few day with
An eUM-pound Gerald their home here _
>t. ndfd the meeting of the gnndludge Mr. Leach'a: brother-in-law and eon y
I of the order In Mt Don taler. Mr. and Mr*. Ben Archer. frank, WM born to Mr. and MnC Mr*. M. SBverman W thl ,:
)1,. and Mn Edw Barnes and _
Wednesday and Thursday lie totpected E. WIlt In the Post Graduate k.
m
. back tomorrow. Mr*. Hunter Hardtn I la visitingrelatives hospital Apr. IT. daughter moved Tuesday from th* -
In Key West Mr. Hardln Florida Power and Light Co. build- Mr. and Mr*. a 3. Brockett: .

Mr*. E. It Hlncr who underwent accompanied her to the bland Mr. and M.... Murdn EieU of Ing to the Kupperti cottage on the plan to leave for their Connect! (;

a major operation In the Port I City Friday but returned Sunday. Dlakeley Oa. arrived In Homeatead Oversee Highway cut home Monday \

Graduate SI Thursday noon for a vlalt
hoipltal Apr. expect:
Mr. and Mn. J H. Go** and "When aweetV JI
your father r
with Mr EtelTf
to be back it her horn soon 3. R. Brook made a business brohe..lnlawMII.I.ter. ,
trip to Tallahassee this week. Mr. and Mr*. E. L. Law- son and Mir Elvlda Sanchez who came to town, did be look you v'
During hi* absence Mr*. Brook rente. pent the put week In Danla made I I upT" !
Or W. H. lake ol Ana After Coral a business trip to Florida City "Ye. In Dun and Bradtreet.-r
vMted Mr*. W. 0. Burger In 1 I
Mich arrived Monday to spend ... Brook. Mr. Burger Sunday. Aniwen. .
Gable. 114. __ ___ _._
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I short vacation: with Ma niece and her daughter. Miss Marie, FLORIDA CITY ,- --.. .. '

Mn E. H lOner and her family. Mia Honrlette Hartman and Mill Mr. W. VT. g+every, CerretpomkwtMr. : DOESN'T
ADD UP!
Alta Webater. spent Sunday at I THIS l
Mn. Newton Merrill who now Beach.
live tit Winter Park: pent the Miami I and Mr Win. J. Ceronlmo Dad Comity pays over ie% of State 'Txu. 4SSHSRVfjH'WlLUAMS ,'

week-end at the home of Mr. and Mia Irene Whlchard of H ttieiburg. returned' yesterday morning from Dad fcu 112% of UM state population.
Mn E. H. Hiner.Mn Miss, I* visiting her a wee business trip to Atlanta C(
brother-in-law and iliter. Mr. and Macon and other point In Georgiaand X>*4* Gets ONLY 29% of the legislature.
to Tallahassee, '11. While In ,.
Seymour Dane li confined Mr*. Dove Webb. c.or"ahtJ' visited their son. Bill, IT'S TIME FOR A SQUARE DEAL

to arm her and Miami dislocated home by collar a broken bonereceived 101.... Jaa. W. Engllan. Mr*. C. J. Jr., at the Riverside Military VOTE FOR
In 0.1.nHvt1'At
Academy Tal-
Parman and Mn. C. R Sleffani
in an automobile accident -
11"Mr." Geronlmo
who I
*
attended a district P.-T. A. meeting -
In Miami YYednctday. manager of the American Legion IRrT GRAHAM for STATE SENATOR .
Auto Title Service In lIome..d.eont.rrect ,
Mn. Mark Nabor and her with __ .. --..,. .-. 5."e.Nmwa.et
motor vehicle department
blither, D. W. Burton, plan tot Mr. and tot.... R. L. Weber returned officiate:' and attendedthe
yesterday morning from a
lYe tomorrow for Pawley1 found
notary dlatrlct conference In
B, C.. where Mr*. Nabonv one-week trip to Lexington, N. c.. I session at that city.: :
,II open a tea room which the and Atlanta.
p ,tit operate until time to reopen
Local friend of Mr. and Mn. '
' '. ,,""nd' Cafe, here In the The Rev. and Ml*. E. L. Nelson
Chaa. of Norwood N.
Bartlett
On the Ind have moved from Mr*. J. U. Free' ,
r.H way to Ptwlejr *- i
have received announcement Y'I .
Mr*. Nabon will atop In house In Downer Patow to Dr. the birth of John P NT
aon.
Sumtrr, & C. for I ten-day visit and Jd,.. Ira J. Hayne house inSeviU. on Apr. 13. Mn. Bartlett la the .
*ith her son and daughter-in-law. .. Dr. and Mn. Haynes former Mia Margaret Robertson .
Mi and Mn. Wilbur Nabon.Mr plan to be away UD November. Tom A"D'
of Florida City a daughter of W.

*. C. J. Dyal. Mn. Prttton B. Mr. and Mr*. August Heuer r A. Robertaon. 8 E AUiI'rv PROTECTION '

Bird Mr*. J E Davis and Mn. H. will return tomorrow from a four- David Husband d'WM taken to the ,
C Cowaiywho attended the Mate day visit with Miami friend, KendaU hospital Tueaday. Hit
Womln'i Missionary Society meeting condition .U reported 1o be albthtly t.
m DrLand this week are expected Mr. and Mn W. D. Coker, Mr. better at present Mr*. Huibandla ,
back today and him J. T: Martin Mr*. Beul in the same hospital receiving & .
Brady. Letter Cokitr and Howard treatment for a lei fracture. .
The Rev and M.... John Porte Bhaney formed a fishing party -
v ,::1 'ife their Redland home to- Friday night and Saturday on the Mn. Lucy Hole who had apent

irrnw' for Washington, D. C., Florida Key the winter her with her aon-in- S.W SemI-lustre Varnish
, law and daughter Mr. and Mr, Stain
nrrr they will visit their aon and
Ideal
i "hter-ln-law Mr and Mn.W Mr. and W*. Ootch: Kufeldt W IL Sheffield left for her homeIn bolll_for..f lchcnt 11 pctttel tftd S S-W tVlac restores faded nl Ui.

.i Porte, for a few week be- moved Monday from their homeIn Danville. Ill, WednesdayFor coILe"yea"IOft 1.12 Rkitlullplon.Stolnond,, 79c

'" K<>ing to New Jersey for the Redland to the home of Mr. and erb.causek'ewahoWe. Ct.10m'''''In on. RigL40

a nnn, '..a' Mr*. Jew Greer on Eatt Eighth the Beat In
street which they will occupy for --

Mm !r. O BuBard accompaniedI a month while Mr. and Mn. Oreer OPTOMETRYDR.NEUENSCIIWANDER Pow"MJSW

I \ her daughter, Mia Lela andktUMirei are In Pahoke
and Mr. and Mr.*. Harry ,\\
t]llInh'r went to Bluffton, S. C. Mr. and Mr* John Blgford of DIt. B. GONZALEZ
'f spend the week-end with Mr. MerrickrtHa, Ont. left Wednesday IIS Venetian Arcade, MiandPHYSICAL q"C\

Rulltird who farming there. Mr*, after pending the winter at their Vamp
ili/ud. nod the children plan home In I lomeet ad.
01' Ur Dullard in Btuffton 100% ,we Lk.....atl Oil $ir R ,

t. time school la out Misses Helen and Olive Orun- Wwk. point sad_bit !.Ilse

well of Redland Howard Heath of .Dote Nt drip.. bride i ..+
Mr1. ton Vann has ..Wj South Miami and David Jonea r adzes make f1"OtP to
, ,ruined\ to her bed with of Homestead formed a fishing world' 1..1ptlftt ieramidh end ea smet,
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v i this, week party on the key Sunday wash too,alto ptJnt.,1.--,w\tteow1\ Ngto.tt:.


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G. C. "DUTCH" ; Vote for CULTURE HOTEL S pound pall . $1.09

Judge A. B. Small Naar.IDCAL s.hr 1 H....lik. .t'l: Vyu __.,, t"' _
..dear, for so.eATURAL ..
KIRKLAND / MRTHObi ONvNo wish. eU pieces MW *,.!. fptcia I
MsDICINE1, %DRt1Ga ORortRA
rluNS.P.nvanr S-W Enameloid
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ATCeait ..-.. ab.-n l worm Bitch Enamel, for both wire
the a..Wy re"_ .u assess.This Redecorate wild yourfworlM colon end hears. Point your screen be-

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a s.eIs. "'= If wearing' tH4*.l for years longtr On* ou t M a tut-
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, .'. Friday,. May 11936. THE LEADER._ENTERPRISE Paw Seven )a

1 M_ The acttoo weioomee back dams 1 i'
,f CALDWELL\ TALK NeaMtt who* acaenca was nsiaiid

by tX* imiMjpi.Th GRADY BURTON t

'f f IN MIAMI SLATED HONrnSTEADSCHOOLNEWS = '
*fifth tr a new pupil or wAUCIroLADeraorraUM :
By LEOtA LITTLE DotorM ram from Hollywood.:

SATURDAY NIGHT .. Candidate forGOVERNOR
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BEXIOR FLAT' COMING senior duke's philosafihy of life In' Van Rheney has beers absent
"At You Like It." several day become of II....*.
I I' Stafford Caldwell of Coral: The seniors are presenting UM Mr FlftaM roam bas dworaMIt .
OnblM. candidate for governor play "New Fire," at DM New Parman and Dorothy front mArtki board with saflboate ef Florid
will brim his campaign horn U Phyllis
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King Cooper auditorium FridayMay IIIJd110I.
.' Miami on Saturday night when hi Horn are making posters for the FAVORS: .
I* E. B. Blackburn la directing
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exhibit Friday ntftit.Th
win address the voters of Dade \
t Caldwell ; the play Clayton Lehman John Blahs hM moved to the DEFINITE FUND FOR THE
County a rally in Ba, .
to North and Gene Ue has FIBIIC SCHOOLS.
atag manager gone to
front Park. Mr. CaldweU will *upp* mMtary work for
In the cast Ludnda Andrews hit "ude ltlo. Mr. Hay's NATION-WIDK!/ AD CRTiS-
peak also at the Redland School are: this week was to write a 900-word
tomorrow widow-Ruth Tower them IH of room hu a windmill and tulip ISO CAMPAIGN FINANCED
rally a : on the Shakespeare I
border BY "ODD CENT
Mr. Caldwell who started hit Suzanne Toler a splnlster- or to diagram sentences. I BKKAKS" ;
active campaign on March 1 hn Jean Parman
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covered tile north and west sec- The junior and learning "The Will Done,* doss is making DEMOCRATIC PLATFORMCONVENTION.
Sid Sperry, a lam hand-Nelson animated vegetables and ,
lions of the state and has completed MeCourtney Rainy Day" and The Psalm ot I writing
stories about each In
Jiealth. The
his tour over I considerable Life" The senior are
Jerry hU son-Harry Brown. class has now completed seven OPPOSES:
portion of the central section. Th Daffodils" and le.rnln'l
! Mr. Caldwell, in hit appearance Stephen Sentry, an author- period of "New table In arithmetic. SLOT MACIINC: RACKET.

ever the state Is advocating before Bin Vercoe Many Interesting thousand word TOO-JOB MACTICt
Jila listener the same >>1.Uormthat Billy his son-Theodore Franklin Wwme have been turned In by I Miss Wllllama class has Just TRANSACTION TAX FOilItIUIF
be presented to the state foui the senior on the subject of being. completed, making health posters
years ago "I am prescribing the Phyllis, his daughter-leather- exiled on a desert island and the I and Is now going to start on May or LAND BARONS

Mine remedies that 1 prescribed ins Venn. companion they would chose. I baskets.Stetson
PARDONS FOil IIARDLN-:
four yean ago," he say*. "The y Anne hit wife -Ethel Bailey I
an M good a* new because they Olive, his daughter' -Annl* Mat The Junior-senior banquet 1* to. Will Erect NED CRIMINALS.
have not been used. Booth. be held at the American Legion New $10,000 Common Safeguard Florida

Tour year ago I advocated I Dick his eon:1arence j Fro*- hU with a Mother Goose setting
system of regular and Systematicauditing cher The claw is now selecting waiter with
of all lUte and coupdepartments b Eve. his daughter-ln-law r. and waitresses DeLand, Apr SO-,A commons Grady Burton
of group to contain a kitchen, cafeteria
government I
ginla Hodg
fl'llW rnWtr.1ELECT oW__,
told )'OII.t that time that the state Doctor Lynn Gray a coup ) Frank Bllela baa gone to Bslll- dining hall and at least two
was woefully behind in Its audit physician.-Sam Allen. snore for a visit and the seventh assembly rooms will be erected on
ing. Today It Is even further be- Mary grade hope he will return before, the Stetson University campus this
Marshall a neighbor
Mmt' Tour :years ago I told you Jewell school closes. The class I* enJoying summer and will be ready for use
of serious shortage In state fund Campbell. "Young Fu," Chinese before the opening of the fall term, :
due to this lack of auditing; Today Mrst Marshall, Mary's mother story that Mrs. Johnson ala reading I according to plans recently approved
there are new shortages, running Leola Little aloud. I bbl board of trustees o/
into hundreds of thousands of dol Angle Sperry, Sid, wife-Mar; the IruUtutlon. W. E. VAN LOON

lars. This money is tort to the Moon, Last Tuesday during home room A _.'to" red brick structureIn
taxpayers because the state has period Jan Oatlln and Mary old southern colonial style the
been too laiy or Inefficient to keep The seventh grade girls.*r* now France Arthur had charge of then new common will coat |40.000. A
a systematic check on -the. books II studying the nervous system 1 program In Miss Hsydens room. patio will occupy: the center of
of state and county officiate. Under sanitation The ninth grade I I. studying "The the group whoa architecture will
a system of prompt and regular Vision of Sir Launfal harmonize' with the rent of Uir
auditing! not only would this money The sophomore class welcomes university buildings! ye

be saved to the state but officiate I Mostly Sever back after one week The Latin class Is studying the Wan call fur the conversion ,>f
who run wild in their expenditures of absence, due to .n accident. translation of Caesar's war with the present dining rooms in Chaudoln -
would be more Inclined Belgium.] Mall girls' dormitory into
to economy and through this feature The general science class la living quarter for young women
alone hjijpdmU of thousands student A fully equipped and
.f dollars could". be 11twI'f....studying photosynthesis or foodmanufactured The,ninth and tenth grade aremaking modem infirmary will be fitted
by
plants. a collection of
biographiesof
year
out in the space now occupied or
Tour years .ago I told you of author that they are studying I the kitchen. ,
the need for complete reorgnniMllon The biology class ha Just fln- ---,-. I w
of the state shed studying region, of the world Last week the sixth grade boy
This need Is still lO\'ernment.1 and I* now beginning on simple won in the diamond ball game 'a.
a plan was tried In Ohio I under behavior of organism with the seventh grade boy The \ Ross Burton II y MiSupervisor
Governor Davey and It worked I corn was 11-5 .
It was tried In Georgia and It i I The useful science class Is
worked. It will work in Florida I studying refraction of light The) sixth grade class was sorry
It Is the only way to weed out useless I 10 lose Roma BiWto who moved

bureaus and departments and I The chemistry cone I* studyingth North because of Illness In the -AIt
It will mean I saving of a great I different kind of metals. This tamll).
mount pf money to the people week It made from I .
copper copper
of the .ta... of
sulphate Flowers the future farmer
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Mr. CaldweU hi his
Bayfront
___ I t planted are now blooming All
Park address will discuss equitableand RegistrationVAN
reasonable. old pendent, Jimmie Schallern has turned In rooms In the Neva King Cooper

the lowering' of taxes age. the cuttingof a picture for tile library I I School have May Day decoration a LOON will devote

all government costs, and the
school problem.Incidentally," he Sophomore are learning thcoding I I Vote for his ENTIRE TI.MK: to
"I believe that I the this office.
says am onlycandidate I 0
I who I to advocating the I the address i
-.illIIn at '
whole hearted support of the plan 7:II and will continue for about I iV.\' F. BROWN Your Vote and Support

of school financing adopted by the thirty minutes, with the speaking Will He AppreciatedSubject
Florida education association at to begin around 7:4}. { I
Ifemorratle Primary
Die meeting last December I Ir
All candidates for state senator rrw t tI June 1034Would
hive been Invited by Mr. Caldwell I 1l'.I ,',,11th.' Ad.1
to appear on the platform with W. Cecil Watson
him It the meeting Monday night
They will be given a few minutes i
each to present their cause to the Protect People'sRights
listeners In Bayfrnnt Park. Announcements -
will I be made later Candidate forJudge and State Asset.SAMUEL .
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Clerk of the Criminal ; COURT Of RECORD He's Fair C.nJU.1 W. CETZEN fee


Court of Record Bab>e.t to Deneeralic Primary He's Qualified &STATE II* platform.TREASURER Mr. CeUen
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June Dreurrall. rrtsaary YOUR VOTE AND lumber nt the various eoutU

1' SHERIFF Your Vote and Support II SUPPORT WILL DE HELP ELECT 11131 fleas aaferc State laws Beards for protection I shall strictly ef I e

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WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD GIVES DAVID FREDRICK JR. Tuesday, May S, to which the pub REDLAND P.-T. A. TO HOLD
. WEDS MISS RUTH PRICE lic is invited. MAY MEETING MONDAYThe
FAREWELL PARTY FOR MRS. SHETZLINE
David JT. Fredrick Jr., of HomeStead Cake and fruit Jello wen served. Redland P.-T. A. will hold
-- and MM Ruth Price of Lyons Mrs. Bessie Brady will entertain Ha loot meeting this season Monday -

Mr*. D. W. Shetzline was surprised A Major" and "Fifth Hungarian Ga., were married Sunday afternoon the group May T at S o'clock. evening in the school: house
with t handkerchief shower Dance on the vte i. to piano accompaniment by Judge W. F. Blanton thirty-eight from Homestead when Mn. J. J Hasklni of Miami
at the farewell party which the I by Mm. 3. H. Web of Miami at his home. Mrs. Marvin and seventeen from Miami wen will install the officers for next
Woman's Club of Homestead..e ter. Mrt Cea E. Reed recited In Shaw and MM Zmelle Fred- >present> at a bunoo party, wiener year. Mrs. C. E. Elchenbergerhas
for her Tuesday evening In Its original poem which he dedicated rick, sisters of Mr. Fredrick wit- roast and dance given by the circle beeh re-elected president;
clubhouse. : to the club. aeted the ceremony. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Un. N. J. Bonds wilt be vice-

Mr*. SheUllne will meet her I MM. C. H. StefTsnl, Mrs. S. P The bride's costume was a white Chat. Walton Tuesday evening. president; Mn. W. H. Russell, secretary -
daughter Mrs. Frances Dustn Matthews and Mn. E. t. Atkinson ports ensemble with blue trimmings Barney Godwin got the tint price; ; and Mrs. Wesley Campbell,
bury, in New York City next week were the committee In charge Of and accessories.She Mrs. Wallars. the stftond prize; treasurer.
and after their summer vacation the party. ? i ia a daughter of Mr. and MM Ruth Gross the third prize; The Junior P.-T. A., a sixth
will return to New York and take Other present were: Mr. Mil Mrs. J. c. Price of Lyons and I MM Frances Lotto the consolation grade group, win have charge of
an apartment near her daughterand Mi*. Wm. D. Bishop, Mr*. Fred graduate of Kibbee High SchoolIn prize; and Mrs. Bessie Brady, the the meeting. Irma Griffin will
her son Whiting. Mn. Don rerreyra, Mn Lyons. She has spent the past cake. sing, Joyce LM will give a reading *
Mrt. A. C. Carton spoke on socialists 1 T. Nixon Mr Jas. McCready.Mrs. I two winters In Homestead with and WlUard Hendenhott, E.
and communism, Stanley .J. M. Dobbin, Mn. R. J. Shepherd her brother-in-law and slater, Mr. MRS. TURNER TO GIVE J. Graham and Chat. Elchenbergcr -
Wltttop sang "Wm You Remenvber1 Mn. Gem t Deuel, Mrs. and Mn. Floyd Pye. REPORT OF GRAND MEETINGAt will pity an accordion number
ber1 and "A Medley of ", Harry Wolfe, Mn. C. A. !nnIa, the birthday party of Ad
Mr. Fredrick, elder son of Mr. Attra J:.
Chapter of the O. S. In
with, piano accompaniment by Mill Jennie Lobdell Miss Harriet REDLAND JUNIORS TO GIVE:
Mn. David J. Fredrick has
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and. the ;I. a O. F. hall tonight Mrs.Geo.
Miss Monteae PaceW. Dr. H. S. Bishop, Mr. Easton and Mr. Stef- BENEFIT DANCE MAY S
lived in Homestead for 11 .
years.He .
W. Turner, worthy matronof
Wolfe played Brahma'. "Waltz In fanLII I The Junior clans of Redland
Is proprietor of the Homestead the chapter, will give I reportof
.fL S. PEP CLUB GOESTO: TAHITI Dry. Cleaners. I the grand lodge nwettdg which High dunce School next Friday will nigh benefit In the
They returned short i she tended In St two
from
Petersburg
. a trip '
BEACH FOR PICNIC SUPPER AND SWIMThe Log Tavern. .
on Wednesday and an now at weeks ago.
Win begin at 0:30.
Dancing :
I home in an apartment at 29 WestMowry All visiting 0. E. S. members

Pap Club ot Homestead ot Mrs. Cunningham.After street w are Invited to be present -.-... -..
High School accompanied by Mr I short business session Wednesday evening they were '
and Mn. T B. Lucas, Miss Kathryn and an interesting proll'lnpre liven a wedding dinner and shower SHIRLEY DANZEf HAS- Hints to Housewives .
Thelwn and B. Blackburn sented by Mrs. Kill a social hour by MM Fredrick at the home of BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION From Ham iteas.tlfuWleel" "" I
went to Tahiti Beach Friday afternoon was enjoyed.An her parents. Covers..... laid I A party In honor of the ninth 1iIpeeIaJI. Tallahassee
for a picnic. Swlmmln/ all day meeting ot the socl. for: Mr. and Mn. Fredrick, Mr. ,birthday of Shirley Danzey was -
divine and boating wen enjoyed ty win be held Thursday May 1, and Mrs. Marvin Shaw, Mr. and given Monday afternoon by her Salt is not only t seasoning In !
until sudden downpour of rain It was decided, to sew for a friend.' Wn: Roy Johnson, MM Pearl mother, Mn. L B. Dantey. : small amounts it brings out other I
lent everyone to the shelter of tthatcfced The meeting will be held In the Whitaker, MM Fredrick L. C. Games and contests were dil'lct-I flavors, at on melon or grapefruit -
roof where the picnic church annex, and all membersare t' McGinnia, James Roberts and ed by Mn. Danzey Mn. Burley A bit of salt improves cocoa ;I
supper was spread. asked to come prepared to Fred Kufeldt. Dandy and Miss Florence Kleiner. or chocolate sauce, candy ice I
Present besides the chaperone .." Other features of the day' Winifred DIMlY won the feather -I' cream, preserves pin, puddings, !
were} Mist Alta Webster, MMHenrietta will be a study hour and t cover: REDLAND AID ELECTS walking contest and Barbara and to on, intensifying tM natural i
Hartman, MM Geraldine ad dish luncheon. MOST OF ITS OFFICERS Gene Smith, the bean walking flavor and offsetting Cloying
Kelt, MlM Bobble Summer I Mrs. Fritz Jackson, tint vice- contest sweetness or flatness. Unless I
Un. Miss Elisabeth Mcflwalrr. Mill a p. w. c. DISCUSSES LAWS president of the Redland Ladies' Flips cookies and candy were recipe gives I definite amount to
Virginia Doney, Miss Phyllis Par OP INTEREST TO WOMEN I Aid Society ot the Redland Community served. I I be used, 1ta better to "salt totaut.
man Mia fern Robertson, MinEdnw I The guests Included: Fay Pierce, ." and
Mn. H. J Armstrong conducted Church and Mrs Anna proceeding cautiously
Booth, MM Madge Thomp a round table discussion on laws Meseenmith, treasurer, wen reelected Alone Koestline, Ardel Parman, tatting ts one goes. .
son. MM Virginia Hodge MM of at held Jacqueline Geiger, Mary Katherintf -
Interest to women at a meeting a meeting at thehome
Katherine Vann MM Lucille of the Homestead Business and of Mrs. Thos. Brewer. Mrs. Suber, Barbara Gene Smith, Yellow cornmeal hall&h.- vita
West MM Annie* May Booth, Earl Professional Women's Club at the August Heuer was elected second Barbara Gene Wakefield, Arid min A than white, but btherwise
Smith. Whitney >Beam and Francis Rheney Jane Fuchs, Virginia the food value la about the
home of Mn. L. L. Bow Monday vice-president and Mrs.. F. w.StWman same
Irwin.nlll evening. Particular interest was I secretary. The office of Walker, Doria Ada Dodson Eugenia V the grinding process Is the same.
aroused by the discussion of the I president will be filled it I later Draper, June Martin, Vivian The white cornmeal, which eeemt
FRY 18 GIVEN laws ot inheritance In Florida, Dolar and Jennie Hardy. to be the favorite In the South-

AT LEHMAN HOME and of the advantages to the children :date.Mn.. MtMcrsmitn presented a eastern states and some part of
Mi and Mrs Lee H. Lehman, of the wife's making a win set of silver forks to the society. WOODMEN'S CIRCLE WILL New( England, is more bland. Yellow
Mi and Mrs. Frank Skill and Mr. when property ia held jointly by Present were: Mn. Brewer Mrs. HOLD INITIATION MAY II cornmeal, popular in Northern
and Mn. Wat. Rheney give a fish husband and wife j Jco. W. Turner Jr., Mn. Chas. Mrs. Myrtle A. Depew. district states, has more of the com taste.
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< Tuesday night at the home Mrs. Ben Bigger will read a Turner, Mn. Oeo. W. Turner, Sr., manager of the Woodmen's Circle,
..' Mi. and Mn. Lehman. Mr.i paper on naturalization laws at An. Stillman, Mn. M. J. Brown- was present at the meeting of Roy I Bedspreads vary in length. The
i ,n. Mr Skill and Mr Rheneyin the business meeting which will low Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, Mrs. al Poinciana Grove atHlie home of ID-Inch length does not allow for
ihr fish while deep seat be held May and Attorney t I C. Ben Plummer Mrs. A. W. January Mn. Alice: Walters. Announcement I covering the pillows. The 102 or
IIt.
.. tl t ht'llf the day before. P.'.Roberta on the origin Mrs. Oeo. E. Deuel, Mrs. was made that an initiation I 108-inch length docs, and providesa
i'ii"ont wereMr.. and Mn. Linden and tho principles of the Democratic Jackson, Mrs. Hener Mrs. Mtsser- meeting will be held In the L O. generous tuck-In.
Carney, Mr. and Mrs. Carl party at the May ZS meet-i smith and MM Estolle Turner. O. F hall on May 14.
Oedefi. Mr and Mrs. Tom Harris of our present political parties A salad course was served. I If medlum.W-hone, \is substituted
Mi and Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr. and i ing Mrs. Wm. E. Myers, program WOODMEN'S CIRCLE PLANS Present were: Mrs. Florence for onehalfhe sugar In
Mr Wade Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. chairman' announced. BUNCO PARTY FOR MAY SAt Pacettl, Mrs Blanche Chapman cake or quick-bread recipes, reduce -
H Webster Mr. and Mrs. T. J. I Punch was served after the pro- Its meeting at the borne of Mrs. Neecle Branch, Mrs. Bessie the liquid one fourth. If
F nut. Mi and Mn. W. J. A. Kopp, gram. Mn. Sarah Martin Tuesday the Brady, Mrs. Sarah Martin. Mrs. honey is substituted for all the
Mi and Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mr. CLUB Orange Blossom Club of the Wood Frances Coker, Mn. Ruth Godwin, sugar reduce the liquid one-half.
and Mm Tom Lindsey and Mrs. AREME TO SERVE: men's Circle made plans for giving Mrs. Thelma Radford, Mn. Ada U the honey is very thin or very
Elizabeth: Fuchs. BENEFIT FISH SUPPER I bunco party and barn dance in Young, MM Myrtice Counce and hick, this proportion may haveto
A benefit fish supper will be the Simmons packing house Mrs Walters and Mn. Depew. be altered accordingly.;
WILL GIVE RECEPTION FOR given by the Arena Club May eat
REV. AND MRS. C. a NELSON 8:30: p. m. In the L O. O. F.
Members of the Redland Com building, members of the club decided 1
munity Church will give a reception at I meeting Friday afternoon 1I
for their new pastor, the Rev. in the halt \
I
T 0 Nelson, and Mrs. Nelson The next meeting will be at the ,II
Thursday twaiN in the church.A home of Miss Estelle Turner May I

community supper will be 8.
served at I 'clock, ad this will AFTER mother has k
z your enJoyed -
be followed by a church serviceat
MAY DANCEat
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T'30. every piece of this delicious
Mrs, August Heuer, Mrs. F. W. .
Stillman and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong chocolate assortment, shell find
are the committee in charge ol
LOG TAVERN
the evening" program ever so many uses tor the beau-

SILVER PALM W. M. .. Friday, May 8 tiful metal box. A permanent
TO HOLD ALL DAr SERVICE i
9:30-?
Mrs. H. Q. Cowan and Mrs. W. reminder of your thoughtful

Cunningham were hostesses tomembers BeaMrflt Redlaad Junior Class f
ft the Silver Palm ness. See this unusual package
Woman Missionary Society ti PER COUPLE f
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HOUMttaulw an living in an ordinary town. t { ,1
W""tM>*i*, tVimUri M e. nt While bringing her of COCONUT OltOTalShewtlMdl
up family f
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"rWq. M a. ak l a. four children, taking car of a Admission. lie I "
){RS. J. D. REDD'S PUPILS TO GIVE Iohmlo,: a .. ...III M .. m.. M If. .. hard working husband and solving Matinee Bat a4 ,... t.. K ,,.,t :: :

A MOTHERS PRAYER the household problem every ateIpa M. .
PIANO RECITAL
THIS 4
\ AFTERNOON y
home present she found little opportunity .. .
-'--'- Long night of wilting, : for a "good time", and 8flN.MOV.TCTE3.WIDWarner : ., .
: Mrs. J. D. Redd will present:I Ings. Night tilled with prayer; she did want to develop com of -, ,.... !
y r piano pupil in a recital at her May 7 Redland community End of my vigil the talent the knew the possess Baxter
lolIW thin afternoon. Th pro- upper and reception for the Rev. Something to (*lr. ed. She did not want to get away ; ,
[gram will consist of the followingnber and Mr*. C. O. Nelson In Redland I can bear suffering from everything, but the did long Ia
*: church. But. God. kt me stay for little ease In the eternal "THE PRISONER OF
t, "Ambassador March", May Meeting of W. M. & of That I may walk with bin I grind maybe a day off, now and SHARK ISLAND" M
'.__.,_ ... ._._._. G. KlammetLuarJori Silver paint Church. Fart Q(the wayl then, or a halt day or even an
Moaer and Marjorie Redd Ruth Hogarth BurreK. hour, a sort. f.interlude of gayety.: THCESDATFUDAT .:; .
Solo, ",Int March", "The. Canoe May Meetinf of Presbyterian Then It seemed everything happened .
Ride" .." .........-...... .. J. WellonMary Woman' Auxiliary at home of Sunday; May 10th I* not to far at once. Her ton married, LILY PONS
'; Mr A. A. Payne way The above poem I* printed her Sa
.'.. Jacqueline Gelier'i daughter fell In love, and
.'"Flnt Violet ot Spring" May ,S-r-Dr John Harvey Kl- lust to remind you there i* not Edith; herMit met up with aa.almost t
ly John McLa1A;'Hubert Smith and lofg't,address to Homestead ,P." much time fen to IJftpe.U1 t forgotten romance It it not "I Dream Too ;
ff Harry'Bow**. 1'V A, at I Po I Bother1 Day program. Do not exactly a conventional group,
TfSolpt,'".-Rote Petal,,"Paul Law. ," May :-Arem* Club tneetinf Int wal( until 4M last minute t* rush wane talk the most modem slang, Ioch"t
l',. aoo,' ; O. O. r. hall at JO.. II; and Mk tor omttbln easy- tome speak la Pock parables, but t
,,1' 1t..TtItr Wind" Da lowe May f-Arem Club benefit flab "braauee .11a" U abort"-. Poor they; art all alive, you-via enjoy lA'J1IUA.1"'S1IIS WICK :
Marjorie. Redd dinner in I O. O. r balL Mother somehow the easy thing* meeting every character In th*
Duet. "Close et School" "Amer May II..Buaiseu meeting el aX always fall to someone else and a* book-and. you may find tone I KEN MAYNARD :
ica" .. on '__" -.._ .... _... Presser P.W. C. at home of Mr*. L. L. Bow long aa you are going to devote profit through your acquaintancewith I fa "
Hubert.Smith and Mn. Redd at ajxn. just 0"da, la each year to her Edith Langhorne. "lleir to _of
s':Solos, a. Indian War Dance," May 12 Woman's Club of memory why not make It a good Do you want to know how to I Trouble"-{ .
__ .,___. ....... day If your mother 1* still withyou
:: Piston Homestead meeting 3 p. m. get rid of ante? Come. to the library \ Abe starling sew ehaftee plays II
b. "March of the Sage .May la-r-VT.. M. S. meeting In try .to make it an easy day and spend a few minute 1
_.._._....:..:_ Matthew church. 'or her. The program in the with that book of formula I "Flash Gordon" \
John McLain May ,It-W. M. U. meeting In church will be fine Do all you t
j Duet, "Tap ._.._... H. Engleman church. can to make It a splendid tributeto bicarbonateof MEOW 4
"Ten cent worm ot
Mother, but work out better
Wanetta Koestline and Mr May 14 Redland Aid a
Ladle1 1
and soda for indigestion at this time
longer
for the home
program
Redd
meeting with Mrs. August fleuer. cried the infuriated
Of night,
i Solos, "SaIUn,"__ J.Williams May It-Meeting of Study Class where Mother la aving--tbe longer druggist, who had been aroused at JOHN O. MUJTI rn T Plot 4< i
the better
if it
into
runs over
-WonderfuUWerdt.. Life" with Miss Lobdell at S
p. m. another 2 a. m.. "when glass of hot water AMERICAN LEGION
I day your mother will not
Hubert Smith 14 of Poin-
May -Meeting Royal
mind. She would have done Just a> wtUP' and third W4ni f
ia quite accustomed to Merle trot f Solo, "Yellow Butterflies"W. clana Grove In I. O. O. F hall at "
"Well well returned Mac-
.... _. .. ......._..... Loeb Evan I p. m.May. long day Dougal,"I thank, for the advice, p. m. American l.cU. HM.,
y fold rtcel Booth Kraaa Art :
The month of May bring Moth pmt *
Marjorie MonerDuet. II-H. H. S. senior play.
bother after all.
and I'll
[ Waltz ..._..... Paul Willey May 19-W. M. 8. circle meeting eel Day, Music. Week and Poetry Oood night no*-Ex. ye Homestead, Fla. I II II
John McLaIn and Mary J Gelg- *. : Week and the library has material:
erjjSolo May 19-Woman'* Club of the for celebrating each. But it teem
"Twilight on the River" ledland meeting aft opportune time to look into I

.. ............_... .Ludwig Renk May 22-H. H. S. junler-enior lorlda's law pertaining to moth Green: Lantern Restaurant
Wanetta Koeitllne banquet er's pensions-have we such a law
ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
Trio, "The Pretty Daisy Maid" May 22-R. H. S senior play. what U that law. and what do we Western T-Bone Steak Dinner Me Chicken Dinner IS*
... Arnold Sartorlo May 29-H. H. S. class day exercises know about it anyway Regular Dinner See Vegetable Plate So
Marjorie Moaer Wanetta Koest It seems a pretty good time to All Kind of Home-made sandwiches
line and Marjorie Redd. May 29-R. R S. Junior-senior read Alice ROM Culver's story
banquet. "Wild Song" one of our new
MRS. B. E. GATLIN HOSTESS Jun. S-R. H. S. class day exer- woks. It i* the story of Edith
TO PRESBYTERIAN GROUP dset. ." inghorne, Just an ordinary worn- EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
Mrs B. E.batlm entertained the June 7-R. H. S. baccalaureate
I member of the Presbyterian sermon. HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
Woman' Auxiliary at her home in June 7--H. H. S. baccalaureate M. JICORSEN.. Prop.
Downer Palms Apr. 23. Mrs. A. irmon. Re-elect I@ N. Keene AtvBM rbMi ilM
D. Fritter conducted the devotion. June J H. H. S. commence
al part of the program and Mrs. ment exercise -
Geo. Ruble the Bible study per- June 19-R. H. S. commence- C.l. WHEAT
Iod. .
ment exercises
Member present were: Mr*. I Surveys MapsA.
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Van Harris Mn B Lockhorst, I I -I .
Mrs L. O Ruggles Mrs J. R.Hickaon. II R. LIVINGSTON
Mr J. M. HoUerty Mrs CARE I .
R. Y. Burr Mrs H. S. Wolfe, Mrs I I REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
A. F. Arthur and Mrs Gatlin. ,

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The Calendar BOX &OJ IIOMFSTEtl!: H.i.Annie .
-.....-.... ,., beauty demand I I ti
the best of car at all F --
May Homestead schools' "at times. Whether you
home" 7 to 9 p. m. with wave a facial,
May 1 Presbyterian Men's a manicure or any of t I Mayhcw
Fitzpatrick
Club meeting at home of Mr. and the other essential aids
Mrs D. P. Blake at 7 o'clock. to beauty, you'll find I I I
May 1 Ad Astra Chapter's the skilled operator at I Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal
r birthday party in I. O. O. F hall Pat's Beauty Parlor +4 I
\ May Benefit musicale at ready to serve you I Conservatory of Leipzig
Goulds Baptist Church at 8 p. quickly at any time. I

m.May Rodlund P-T A. inttallatlon Croqulcnole CombinationPERMANENT, Spiral and I PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

I i meeting. Purchasing Agent .
\ ; May 4 South Dade Garden WAVES

: i; Club Butler.meeting with Mrs. Annie Prices $5, $6, $7 ---- Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422

May 4-Junior Woman' Club
PAT'SBEAUTY
r meeting in clubhouse at S p. m. A native Florjdian.

l May 5-Redland 4-H exhibit beginning
l at noon In Redland PARLORPhone Educated in the public

i. chooL 539-R Home Bid,*. schools of Dade Any permanent wavewon't
May Homestead 4-H exhibitat
7.30 p. as. la Nev King Cooper County.
School RRlilliflTRitTRATlRItI} I do !

i May Homestead committee P.-T. A. executive :i PCBMIHIEflT The only candidate in
meeting at 19
I i May 5-Woodmen's Circle bun WAVING : the Purchasing Agent ThM yut your wave HIHI kt,.,..<
k
co party and dance in Simmon race that Is a former _i. a famnuwl few ol carts
f packing house. ; Croqulffnole or Spiral ; I' ( foe die tap of rout atck.Tbsi'i th.
f May .-W. M. U circle meet. j I South Dade Countyman. kind w* give Von with atsarier.-
500. S7-00
, ;f Lived at Perrino for we mt the iMtraaitaMjIjr fear

I ?NEWEST: JlITHODS-or HAW I and attended ow rebus Metked,wish tum ewcfcaatosl -
Public
ta>..-.. sad jramii..* :.
AND EYELASH: TINTING
DR.B.E.GATLJNDentist ,;; school there.WHEAT lufiM Sadta Sbopplof around"* ,
g ringer W..lN-I'adaIs .I I ", wo1.n k tot yes' .coming M n

r 4; Manktuiac-MareeUaCi has served fIi/It.

j i by experienced evarater South Dade County well

, [' Office in Hausman Bid;. 1 i I Tear Same Leeatleai I -ask your merchants. Bush's Barber Shop


r I i Mae Morris j I II Every Promise Made & Beauty Parlor
Phone 85 I
Has Been Fulfilled
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VOLUME XXIV:-NUMBER 18. HOMESTEAD, i'LORIDA.t'RIDAY )MORNING MAY 1, 1936. PRICE F1Y&CEN'I'STAGE : *

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I, Official Ball Monday Nigh TWO FREE MEALS PLANNED AS


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READY TO OPEN I I Chandler Heads Committee to Make 42 CANDIDATES SIGN FORREDLANDEVENTTOMORROff


I Citrus. Fruit Boosters of Tourists !

!I I
1936 DIAMONIJSEASON I
I The Florida Citrus Commission menu of grapefruit during the last i

{i Monday appointed Luther L 1 two weeks, average price had ad- '
vanced :29 cents per box due to _.
of Could chairman of
HERE: Chandler commission committee to I the special radio advertising campaign .......i,...................N.rrr..r.rrrrr.....,.x.........,.- Fish Fry Service From 12
'I this month featuring
with a committee of the norld.1 AddlUouol newspaper adverttse-grape MAY, DIAMOND BALI. to 2 and 5 to 7 Is l

State Hotel Association In fruit at a remedy for spring\ fever I SCHEDULE Announced v

Matecumbe Vs. Rotary and to advertise Florida oranges, meats of Florida oranges, to be !.................._..................., .._..... ,........."N
grapefruit and tangerine by serving published next month in papers i I LOCAL CANDIDATESTO
Brooker va. Home, then fruits and their juices to of more than fifteen million copies, j I My Matecurob (Rustic Inn)
First Card winter visitor in Increased quantity also were approved. I vs. Rotary Club Brooke vs. START SPEAKING

and variety according to preu Authority to purchase Juice extractors Horne. I

i KENDALL cce TEAM releases received here Wednesday to make a special test campaign May e.-.T.vrnlcr vs. Burton; Aspirantt for the County

1 } from Lakeland, headquarter in tome northern city also I Florida City vt, CCC. I Commission Slated for
ENTERS"A" LEAGUE .
of eommiasloiw f was voted, following I May $Rustic Inn Ta TtverMft -
Other member of Mr. Chandler w. L. Story, Winter Garden, BroohrrArt..l'Iorld..Clt1. 10:30 A. M.
Tavernier Shifts to Placein committee are B. E. Smith I chairman, which commute 1 I Burton ...........
Four-Team "B" of Zephyrhllli and John S. Taylor ; mended an effort to get soda Home May U-CCC.Rotary tf. ; With 42 speaker already signed

of Large George S. Mason tain to retail pure Florida orange vt.II .p and more expected to be addedto ,
CircuitThe of Tampa I* chairman of the hotelassociation's I and grapefruit Juice at S cent a !Florida May City-Ttvwnler vt. Home.vt. Rotary: the l&al. the- Remand District
committee The put glass. For this campaign! there
May It-Rustle Inn vt Purton; Improvement Assodrtton has
Hit diamond ball tenon pose of the effort will be to make will be manufactured a new powered .
tourists booster of Florida fruit Brooker vt. CCC. nude arrangefhents! to providetwo
officially opens for Homestead juice extractor especially designed -
II Rotary ... Rustle Inn;
-
Monday night tt the municipalfield to they will advertise it when they to handle Florida orange I I Horne May vt. Brooker. free meals *V* all who attend
return to their northern hornet. and grapefruit I the big polnSoall rally and flair fry
when Rustle Inn, of Mate May 20-Burton vt. Ttvcroler;
eumbe Rotary Cluh at The Lakeland dispatch also said Ch.lfTIl1.P'J" }lClrld.\d and ,. ._--,.- .tt.th*, fetdUad ,, (.hOPLAmipo"ow.
Parthe that r. 1:. Brigham reported tth. ho i red the Ippolntmi41tbt nom: One twrvCng will be from 12 n., >n
70; p m., and Brioker LumberCo. Mar 22-Tavernler v*. Rvstl
citrus commission meeting Monday mlttee consisting of Charles A.1 I to t p. m. and We next one will be
platt W. D. Home Co. In thenightcap. Inn.
that despite heavier ahlp- Stewart, Aubumdtle; R. B. Wool-1! 0toIV.m..
Ma1.II-Burlon' vt Rotary;
folk, Orlando; R. D, Keene Winter *I On the roomwilt be fish.-tw.
Eight: diamond ball learnt: one, CCC vm. Horne.
Garden Lawrence ton Of R, coardlng to Flah Fit
from the CCC camp tt Kendall, 9 SLOT tACnmBROUGIIT ; Oentile'j May 11-Rotary vt Tavernleri;
Matocumbe Orlando and Harold Cheer se John k.nelll-potnto
one from one from Home vt. Florida City.
pa; to suggest changes In, salad Pickles, sliced tomatoes,
from Florida 2 Burton Ruatle Inn,
Tavemter one City May vt.
government j
standard of the federal bread, butter and coffee.Th .
and four from Homestead, are divided -. HERE: CCC vt. Breaker,
u requested tt a recent *speech of the oandldaUi.
into two league called the
.,... meeting of shippers moot of them limited to 10 minutes
A and BIN, The A league
I ONLY 4 IN PLAY Report of the PWA Florida citrus and none to last more than is
If competed of Brooker, Home WATER SURVEY
submitted to each--will
B crop survey was minutes start at 10 30
Florida City and the ccc. The
i the commission, showing total in the morning with the candidate,
league consists of RustiC Inn
Ttvernler Rotary and Burton' Drug Stores and Soda state production of ill citrus fruit MAY START NEXTWEEKWILCOX for county commissioner from U>"u.
Store. this lesson to be 17319,002 boxes. the fifth, district speaking first
Department
Fountains Respect
Candidate for governor, congress
In the
Tavernler was originally
Local OpinionNine \ end comptroller will have II m'nutes -
A league but when, the CCC camp Frank Rue Appointed
each; all others will be 111"it:i
made application to enter the
league Edw Blunders, Tavernier slot machine: were broughtto ,. To Dade Budget. Board to 10 minute etch

manager asked that hit team be Homestead Monday followingthe I Control Project Is Fully I.d The speakers will be called upon
placed In the B league granting on Thursday of but Frank B. Rue of Homestead ha the following order:
It was decided to try playing the week of in Injunction against Interference -I.' been appointed by; Governor Approved Congressman County Commissioner. Preston
B league team tint to that latecomer I by; police authorities Shoots to the Dade County budget Wires I B Blvd 3. D. Redd, Charles O.I .

would till be able to teethe here with any machine that mightbe ,, board from county commissioner I Turner.
best game of the night placed In Homestead by the district 9, to succeed Luther L. i' The following tlegram wit received Purchasing Agent: William 0
League garnet will be playedon Saxon Amusement Co. Only tour Chandler who recently forfeited 'I yesterday morning from II Joyce Oscar A. Rollins, C. I..

Monday, Wednesday and Friday of the machine were set up, however hit membership by; moving to I Congressman J. Mark Wilcox In Wheat.
night, with Tuesday left and none was set up in any GouUU. which U In District 4. Washington by Preston B. Bird,, I Supervise of Registration. : 0,
open for other activities and drug store or soda fountain, although District No 4 already has a mem- chairman of the water control f C. Kirkland, T. W.vSUwart, W E.I .
Thursday night held for out-of- it It said that operator of ber of the budget board. I committee of the Remand District I Van Loon Carl Ilolmer.
before and since by the slot Rue of hit appointment in a let 1 Hayes Wood Harry Goldstein.
machine men to give way to the ter although Mr. Rue hat not yet "Project fur South Dade water ''I Governor: Stafford Caldwell
one-armed bandit received hit commission.NEOROESWARNED. i control fully approved by WPA. Dan Chappell W. C.Hodges, B.
RURAL MAIL NOWDELIVERED of etch have
One coda fountain man said but Three parties 19 men F. Psty t
night he considered that money been assigned to project under supervision State Comptroller: I, Minty
of department ,
agriculture
ON which would go Into riot machine Anderson
went out of town forever and Work should begin" next I State 'Senate- k. H. Flier Finest -
nil till. Citizens Interviewed; ex- week. Letter follow; a Graham, William J. Pru'tt
DAY ARRIVAL (Continued on Page Three) TO COOPERATE IN Acting for the chamber of commerce :J. Harvey Robillard, John K Til
Mr. Bird initiated the correspondence -

Next' Thursday May with Mr. Wilcox that ton.Clerk of Criminal Court; Char
AREA CLEAN-UP brought about the congressman'
Improvement in Service lie Dillon W. Cecil Watson
at Meet See Half-Holiday Start prompt and successful effort to Judge Civil Court ef RecordsW

Reported (Continued M Pap Eleven) F Brow, W. Rose. Burton:, A
ing of Lions Many Homestead business Unhealthy Conditions to B. Small.

houses, Including fertilizer house, Be Corrected Council Shrine Band ,to Play I Judge Juvenile Court: trout
,
Rural mall delivery patron nowget meat of the automobile salesrooms
At Diamond Ball GameThe E. Roberta Walter K. BecktutnvCongress
their mill the'tame day It It and repair shops and hardwareand Declares; ) : A Patrick Can_.
received in Homestead Instead of building material dealers, are
K.
band and chanters of Mold Sheriff: Leslie Quigg, Sari:
having to wait 24 hour after it In favor of starting the summer. Negro property owners sum H. Venno L. H Weeton, latest
arrives here, it wit announced at half holiday next Thursday .1 moned to council meeting Monday Shrine Temple' will give I Concertbetween .R WUitme| D, t:. Colenma.
the Lions club meeting<< Tuesday tentative canvass made by the I night by Council President Tom I diamond ball garnet on I Continued
night The poet office Jiai been Redland District Chamber of Com- I Harris were advised |jft no uncertain I the municipal field the night cf ( on Ptttt. Three)

instructed to hold the rural carrier merce this week indicated. terms that the city\ It goingto May It, A. R. Livingston, local 1

for moil arriving on the star route Dry goods and clothing merchants clean up Insanitary condition i. member of th* temple, announcedhere Talc WIATBCCKDai
truck from Miami Instead of letting teen were also In favor of In the colored section and expect Wednesday. Mew*Now*me as svatp"64
him depart tt hit former starting the Thursday noon.closing the full co-operation of both ; The bandsmen and chanters will %&o noa.a erne w-.e 12Q ,-r1.

scheduled Vm and leave tile next week. Grocery stores: property owner and tenants In i be guests of Royal Paint Lodge Dai* ax

rooming mall delivery far the however are practically unanimous that tret. No 100, r. .. A. M., and W. B. April
next day. for ....IIn.mUI II..... The A communication was read from ,I Becker, potentate will be introduced n I of 68 MMii

Dr. B. st Catlln, Chairman of canvas, made it the request of Dr. J. A. Smith, city health officer tt the field by R. O Moon,,I AprilSSApril go 60
the storm shelter committee moved several business ttou.d. will be calling attention tu "unhealthy worshipful master of the local: It $4 64 .81
that the club write to the ten. completed the. early part Of next condition In colored town," and 'lodge. After the concert the guettt April U b0 10.1
ton and congressmen taking old week te that closing eta begins advising the council that the area will be entertained at the local 1 April 29 82 61 10.Uit

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READY TO OPEN Former After Resident Long Dies Illness GRADY BURTON Mrs.After J. C.Lingering Muffin Dies Illness RURAL MAIL NOWDELIVERED .\;.


1936 DIAMOND I I Edward Gallaher-- of Miami :FAVORS AD FUND Mrs Crtsrte V MuBta 01 Red- ON;;Y",

lather of Edward H. GaUaher of land died Saturday in a Miami
BALL SEASON BynMtead died In Chattahooehee FROM 1 RACE BETS'' hospital after a UMru* Ulness DAY OF ARRIVAL ,>; ,

o hospital Saturday after a lingering Services wen conducted by the
illness and was buried In Miami
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ltev Ceo
ontinued From Page One) Memorial Park Monday morning : Grady Burton ot Wauchula, o
The Rev Everett S. Smith, for told voters the Turner funeral Home Tuesday In obtaining one of the sheltersfor
candidate
town ,antes. Postponed lameswill governor
pastor of the First Christian I and burial was In Homestead and one for the '"
afternoon
be played at the end of the of Homestead In a campaign
Church of Miami! of which he was Miami Memorial Pork Bedland section. The secretary,
month so there win be no mix-up i hen yesterday afternoon Instructed!Id the
a member was in charge,of the speech was writ letters.
J A.
in ttc schedulefV The pall besrerl were
services.Mr that he favored a Systematic program A lecture on Mexico Illustratedby I
E.Davifc
Worwood Earl Delaney. J
schedule of game for May I ) tildes
(
Gallaher who was 7T of wild conservation stereoptlcan was given
years lift I L. D. Wyman W. B Darling "
rat II t ix' found elsewhere! in this
by Dr. EBha King. pastor of the
oldVlived on his property on Ep- I I
'.' reforestation .agricultural, develobment end A. V StrackMr :
P Miami j I Beach Congregational
drive and North Krome avenue -
mort .s a method of in- *. Mullm who was M year week1
'11' tentative and unofficial during 19.26, He to Church. This meeting was
I 0"f players can published Dade County '18 yeah, ago tame from ...... Mb state' earning power I old died four months after the a ladies ni ht. Ninety-seven per'I {
,
her husband, J C. Mul-
death of
" I nt as players will be drop- Deal Beach, N. J H* endoned the state junior I son were present
lin. She and her family moved to
d If,11 l tided to strengthen then
i" ,. 25. A vocal selection was sung by 1
Three Score and Ten Club and a of the Mrs. Keith Foulk and the L\ of $
cent breaks
I' \ ii be done before the sea- plan the odd She is survived by' a daughter -
. rx''is member of the veranda Improvement ,race track mutuet system in a Mrs Margaret Headiee of Miami brothers. Piano quartet Iceompaniment sang several! mi nbtrs ;
Awoeittivn. the Miami statewide advettMng fund for the three ION, Daniel, Clarence for
W in Uu exception ot the CCC :
Mrs. Foulk was played by ?lrl.Joat'ph ?
Townsend CUb! end Ac Miami
In.: ii hose representative was purpose of attracting: more tourists and Ralph all of Redland; two Elder and for the I,\ on
Social Club.
and prospective home owner Glenn and Lloyd MUl-
the last stepsons
not present at meeting
Mt'Valt.ef Talbott The l
night, the A league teams and He leave: his wife .11'1. Ua- to Florida. The odd cent break lin of Louisiana; and two grandchildren boy by
Richard Olson who it i-
Rev. <
a vl r
belle Calloher of Miami amounting to hundredsof .
a son, art sums
p: :'-ll> are as follows: o while .,
the district tIng
to -
tor recuper
Brooker Lumber Co-Ernest Edward Gallaher of Homestead; thousands of dollars which now ,
NcIlL f Herman Thomas, p; Edw. a daughter, Mr*. Elizabeth Anderson an kept by the race track by I from illness and operations, ;
Introduced and made short,
Brooker. tb; Elmer Sullivan, 2b; of St. Petersburg; a brother, their custom of paying only even i I.O.O.F. Grand Master was humorous talk. He will be a inspeaker
gilt
Bob Harris, Ib Ansel Phillip Gallaher ot Boston; and amount to mutuel winners. This .
; Barrow as; To Visit Local Lodger
at the May 12 meeting
R. E. Sherard. Ovid Sullivan, three grandchildren. fund, Burton pointed out, would
Red" McConnlck, Marvin Shaw, I j cost the taxpayers nothing I
Garland Wynn Claude Campbell, Burton advocated placing the Hoofnsgla of Lake Worth, Hi Diamond Teams Play
Fred Fuch, outfielder W. R Redland Tropic Fruits educational system on a budget newly elected Florida grand master Here on Tuesday-Night \
forsyth of Florida City I* the Feature Rig LuncheonThe bails, with funds provided by the .of the Independent Order of -
manager legislature/ Instead of leaving allocation Odd. Fellow, will. meet with the The Homestead High School
of school funds to the governor Homestead lodge at Its regular
Florid CUjr-Robert Rohrer, diamond ball team will play Poncede
2b; Clyde NeW, Ib; Aubrey Coeshlre tropical fruits used In unusual H* opposed the. two-Job; meeting Tuesday ,night. H. B. Leon High on the rnunldpal .
c; Rudolph Mattaon, lb; J. concoctions served Mondayat practice: and said be would' use Beside of Homestead, deputy diamond here Tuesday night In
B. Clonlnger; Robert KlIch, p, a luncheon given by; the Miami the governor', absolute veto pow- grandmaster, also will be prei a preliminary game beginning at
James Simmons, Richard Mattion, Woman's Club for the general Federation on the pardon board to atop re tnt, T:30 the Homestead eighth grade
Roy Sincere, Cecil Johnson, Arthur of Women Clubs, In convention of hardened criminals. He A large number of candidate i will play the South Miami eighth
French and Bud Shanklin, at Miami, were procured I'r old age pensions, declar will,be given the initiatory degre grade 4q
outfielder Richard Mattaon and from George W. Kosel's Jungle I they could be provided with
Clonlnger are also pitchers. Bill Grove In Redland bMr*. J TFeaater. additional taxation. He also
Meade, veteran baseball player Is who visited. Mwsnd Mr*. 0 favored a Democratic party plat-" q 1
managerW I KOHl Sunday. 0 form binding all nominee to VOTE FORPRESTON

D. Horn Co.-Uoyd Field, Among other thing.prepared constructive policy for the state. .p Y< 3
Ib RAlph Mullin. Jb; Gene Campbell from the collection of fruits from, '.
si, Otis Coalman c; Herbert Jungle Grove were tamarind B.
Farmer 2b: Bruce Ennls. p; Don I I juice, served at a cocktail, and Florida City Fire Does
Talbott p, Roy Campbell Harold' Surinam cherries served on painted $200 Damage to HouseA
Brenner Wayne Erpmbach: and cabbage leave 0 BIRDfor
I
Clyde Oossman outfielders W T.I
fire said to hive started in a
McConnell la ynanager. Harold Russell, e; Eugene Lowkls, field crate filled with sand resulted ;
areThe B league teams and player M; Van Ness, Ib; H. M. McKenzie In $200 damage to a two- '
I
areRotary Ib; Ellis Bradley c; Clements, 16; story stucco house on Caves avenue I
Labors' Bishop, Ib:I ROM Roberts, p; Charles Knowles, in Florida City Friday afternoon I !
Charles Sullivan Sb; J' B. Sparkrran Ib; R. M. Maloney 2b; Jack Dan- The flame was extinguished COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
-i. Ed Stephens 2b; A. D. iels' Jb, Eugene Lowe p; C. B. by the Homestead fire depart-
Nc II, i Jerry Hlckson, p; Frank White Sb; Earl Norood Wm. A}- ment before it had spread from
Rue E A. Buchanan, M. A. Berg- burT Bill SmIth Louis Pellicle the kitchen. The house Is laid to!
e, Harry Johns, outfielder Wm.E and Paul Albury outfielders. Edw belong to the Somerset Realty Co. :
Rheney and Charles Caves are Saunders la manager lof| MiamI. 5U District Dad County :'
the manager I
Rustic Inn of Matecumbe-l1-I, I :

bert Thompson, c; Ferran Pinder,I i Your Vote and Support :'
p Bernard Russell, p, John Pierce,0 I
p Owls Moor*. Ib; Everett Carey.I Henry H. Filer I Will Be Appreciated
lh Aubla R.
Eubank as; Spits,
Jb t' Lowe, 2t; Nolan Parker I tM Political ....-....
Berlin Felton and E. Knowles,I FOR I !
outfielder The Rustic Inn second
team consists of: Merle Fel ,
STATE SENATORSubject
ton. Warren Lowe, Jack Beyse,
Budd) Boyse. Charles Carter
Charley Wood Russell Pinder to Democratic Primary
Eirl tinowles, Ralph Know to*,
Warren Russell, Bert Pinder and Through the work of a
IV nl l.n Carey The team is sponsor -
I ,nd managed< by O. D. King Henry II. Filer revenues
Jpn' !lor of the Rustic Inn I have been received by
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U'irtn's Department Stonlla I Dade County from theState's
,' \ Rue Jb; Charter Little. p
Luw greenwood, c. Pierre Me General Revenuefor
Daniel lb. Wm. McMlchaH n I the first time in history .

Mi din Bishop Clinton Bishop WITHOUT
Theodore Franklin.
tlotin Walton
RAISING TAXES
Emory Dearing..Rex F.UIIRufus
WHiRI caner HOOFING*
Sullivan and Winifred Owen, out- I AM MADE i
Ilekfcr As STATE SENATOR {

TavernlerWilliam Pinder, p; '" he will be able effectively
- ... more
Roofing and Shingles are mad In
to serve Dade CAREY
County. individual roofing plant in the

et world. Hug production effects large savings, Hand

Ills public record of 25 these are passed along in the form of extra: +

R years in Dade County is quality. That U why w* can offer :you greater

his pledge of service. values for your roofing dollar.
(AtonlMM pate Vet kf trta*)

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Head, Alwals rot Ratings and BeUen

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Scouts and the state rood petaL Local Club Wins Prize or*. The office will be open each I Full time service of the welfa! ,
STAGE ALL SET I
Harry C Reely and George Cooper At Conference Thursday from ':SO m to 4 p I I office was dneontinutd on account ;
er la chart of road algal and Rout m of lack or fnnncf and bctaim '. 1

FORBIGREDLANDRALLYSATURDAY directions The room Attention of WPA and former the ranload did not warrant u 11
H A. Baker and := The Homestead Rotary Club I full Umt.orkrr, Miss Cooley si i
FERA clients 'Is called to the act '.
Music: Carl Wagner Seating: I won the attendance: poise at vie | announcement *"ld. Closing of
that in addition to Mrs Florence
Chas Cox J. I Forbes, B, OrunwU district conference held In Tallahassee ;( the office was pit tested by Uw
Gates. the soda welfare ;
this week a telegram. from rapesentative. ,
E. P. Marshall and R J the office was protested b>' pnurtlcally -
there will be WPArepresentative
a
i Armstrong.The I the local delegation read at the very civic organization ,in
ConUD.Ue\S"if ;
( at the office
Pace On) every
meeting here Wednesday,
reception and Information I announced. the Holland DistrictLEADER.ENTCRFRISR
Representatives George Edward Thursday. For the present the
committee It composed of the following The prize, S29, Is awarded -
Holt, George S. Okell H. X. Over- td the Rotary Club In the state aid, the Thursday service should
Chat Pratt chairman
street, Mr*. John W. Watson, Ray : which sends the take care of the needs of the I : WANT
Wm Payne W. M. Brodie, moat delegate,'
ADS BRING RESULTS
M. Watson J. K. William mile traveled taken Into Homestead area ,
An efficient loud speaker George Cooper, Tom Torbert E. con-
tyt- 1. Lawrence Ben Archer Chas, sideration.
tern will to carry the voice of each Cox,J. W. English,Henry Behrens, Homestead nosed out Key West I,I
speaker all of
the
part It'OUnd.
M. A. Baker, Carl Wagner, \T L I by one delegate Representingthe !I
I and flood light ,,11be used In
the evening Arrangement h.wI Flsk, Wm. J. Geronlmo Claude I Homestead Rotary Club were Nell K. WalkerCandidate
Pretldent-elect Dick Brooks. Secretary
Campbell, B a Pullen, W IL
been made
o that the speakingmay
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Owens George! Frlck, Charles
\ Joe Hlckson S. E. Livingston
be held indoors in cafe of John f. Neafsey, H. EScruff. Caves, VTUlard Fifield James I T

rain.The! Walter Talbott, W. K. Wollam and Wm. J Geronimo..
committee who wll Icon- Walton. C. J. Parman, A. D. At the meeting of the local club
j I
duct the meeting and have worked
.Fogle, A. W. McVicker J. L. Ballard -! this week. Clarence Froscher forreelection
j
to nuke It
a success it composed
W. It Call H. A. Cameron, Eagle Scout of the Homestead Boy t
I of Wm. W. Johnston
of
president I
I the Hedland District Frank Skill, Henry Broker. Jr.,' Scout troop, and W. Cecil Wntson to
Improvement E. P. Roberts, O. B. Parker T W, president of the Dade Count) ,
r. Association; Fred B. Hartnett, SUllman, Luther L. Chandler council, Boy Scouts of America, i
chairman of the Dad County DADE COUNTY
Chaa T Harper, M. SUverman, were speakers presented by Po-
Democratic
executive committee
; Alva Lee. Mrs. B. A. Waldm. Mrs. tartan Frank Rue chairman of the I
Thomas E.
Kirby, president of the
J W. English, Mrs Wm. J. Geron- youth work committee in observance -
South Dade Democratic Club i
,! C C. Chronister and Curtis; and E. imo, Mrs. 1:. P Roberts. Mrs. Jay of national youth week Board Public
Simmons Mrs Don "
,
I**, a committee from the South Ferreyra
"I Dade :Democratic Club. Mrs. Tho. Klrb,. Mrs. J. J. Villa, Welfare Office to Give .

Mr. Johnston will preside Mayor Mrs. Tom Torbert Mrs. George, One-Day-a-Week Service InstructionDISTRICT
Cooper Mrs. A. A. Payne Mrs ., .
Charles T. Harper will attist
in handling the speakers. Timekeeper Chat, T. Harper, Mrs. E. J Dytl, The Homestead office of the

*, who will see that rap Mrs. E. M. Froscher Mrs. Mottle' district board of social welfare NO. I

I speaker; exceeds hit allotted time I. Bradley Mrs Dal JCufeldt which was closed April I, wa reopened
will be Mr. Chronister and Mr. Mrs. M. A. ,Baker, Chat. 0 Thursday of last week for abject U Sear Democratic S

Lee.Mr. Turner, Mrs. Clna Stewart one-day-a-week service In the z, rriaurleiroutical

Johnston said yesterday 1 American Legion building, South k

that at least two motorcades from 9 SLOT WHINES Krome avenue: according to an ( Advertisement Paid by Friends)
Miami were being planned for the announcement made by Miss

'f Redland rally and fieh fry by supporters 1 Elizabeth COoley. district direct
of two of the candidatesfor BROUGHT HERE;!I S

governor who are scheduled to ,

speak or be represented He felt (Continued From Page One)

certain that the rally would be one would'never find Its way back into
of the largest held In Sluth Florida pressed the belief that even beer

) dispensaries and pool' parlors
The Redland High School band would eventually feel the bruntof
will furnish music during the day. adverse public opinion U they

The Bcdland Parent-Teacher Association continued to allow the slot machines -
will have charge of eons "location" space in their
I cession of which half the profits establishments

will go toward paying the transportation The city refused to Issue any licenses
of University of Miami for operation of the slot

student Who instructed the band, machines placed here. and the

snd puJfrlU. &. jojcreata a city attorney la preparing to carryout
fund Iroguntforratt lor'the band. ,
the city council Instruct! ru r
DeiMtIny the school grounds to appeal from the writ uf injiuritton i
la In, We hand cl a committee Issued by Judge Ttddei. ui
j composed of J, O Miirray UaWgeHanson circuit courtGROW ,

Wm Dunlop Mr.. Murray "
f W Sttllman and E. A. En- '

ms Parking Will b(. m.igcd by
: B W. Morris aisl tort by Boy
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19JJ FORD FORDOR SlmAS1'20 CHEVROLET COACH mt FORD TRUCKn

I Good transportation f 4 f\f\ rough In looks but will run good buy--you will l? ; C.
ate cheap price AW many a day special Stf f\f\ have this when the nest f ,rri.,
I this week AW tag season starts. *125
Priced right

1929 FORD FORDOR SEDAN-
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Runs wU: Just the thing 1938 CHEVROLET COUPE _
1 1f for using on odd S 100 in fair shape and M OC 1939 FORD TRUCK rang'

low ,. _. :' priced right ** ** wheel wheelbase*--cab39- dual tag 1 150f

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GOOD PULLETS f:*, FORD COUPE priced 1031 COUPEgood : -
CHE.\"ftOLE'I' _
now and well worth what 1m FORD TRUCK Long
THIS YEAR asking. his before condition, looks 200 wheelbaae-dual wheels cab
we are Buy$
Candidate far Election to we spend" more money fixing right -.-..- ... ..... _a real buy at our 300

It and be the $ price _
Well up -- -
Dade vigorous pullets 100
Co. School Board grown saveri ...
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i Will make tine fall .
DiatrM g-eaten district tenth layers next 1124 PACKARD>> SEDAN -alg ,
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9t TanUnl Tag and winter. Assure this remit ," -.' car with a very small 60 liSt FORD TRUCK Short'

Tear rota ad sapportwlllasaare mi FORD TUDOR-good moprice __.._---: wheelbase-cab-stake body
t the eoviteem eftl- by feeding FuI-O-PepGrow.: tor1 runs fine; tires good 1939 tag early I 350

cleat ao4 Impartial candactf big Mash now It develops paint la good 200 '34 model: -.' ----

the affair *f this .ffk shape.--r-w _no
t framed l birds :
big ,rugged that 1131 CHRYSLER COUFE-new
(PaW related A I can stand the strain of heavy paint-top.-seat coven.* Son>>- liSt FORD TRUCK Short

I 1934 FORD TUDOR seat thing you will be f 21 0 wheelbase-cab-ttak* body

egg production. I coven good condition. A proud of ._. -... 1938 tag -- late model full

real bargain at this floating rear
Let Us
350 axles4OO
l !O P'! price fine shape ... .a .

RejuvenateYour MASH 1921 CHEVROLET COACH -
hat a lot of transportation left

Car weed Ittl FORD TRUCK we ..remake good runabout for the U10 CHEVROLET CAB
by man.1
the loser on this-you 75 farm We have two of 60 TRUCK you eM 100

P win ."__" these get arse eIIftp
Wood Work year after

Body, Fender Repairs If. Follow their I,

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE TIDBITS Bulletin on Florida Government manta, with the view of obtaining$
I grant from the AM for fuJflU. -
r WUh 4 Fridays aa Ilomeld. By llolliater Sag Available to Those Who Desire It ment of such agreement

ru.. by the tenth D dt "'" "The second part dwtlls with TIDe

Febti.hlag c.. A TRUE STORY I Tallahassee, April 80-On of crimes; civil courts of record and 'Payment to be made (or shifting
record; Judges at the court of by producer of '
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toll-depleting
R
OEM; ARCHER ___ Editor He It but h had the most unusual publlcationt and ,
was only established Judge, county courts Judge crops to IOll-eon *ivtng and .oll|
the reputation of being compiled by any state department Justices of the peace: executive I building crop; the third and
Entered M ..... ..* mall honest In the small town of Ar- it Bulletin No. 35 entitled "Out.u department; functions of the various fourth deals with "Clattlflciatton..

matter Marsh I. Wit M the part cadia where h* lived. Just then ,.. ot Florida State Government state officiate, communion of Crop and 'Bate Acraages, from
ewe*4 Uaa4ta; '.14... t letting time came. Circumstantial and Comparative Siudiei" recently -, and ruts boards; and I map showIng which the schedules of payment
le* art ef Mated .. lITt.SUB. evidence pronounced him Issued at Talahjute I the congressional districts of I...* to be bawd

thief Kit employer, the postmaster Several months of careful r*>' the lUte Of exceptional Interest "In the latter portion of this
filCE. |1M A YCABFLORIDA'S had such confidence: in search were necessary for the I II the "Comparative Studies of I bulletin will b. found draft of
J him that lit refused to believe him I preparation of this booklet and Comparative; Government which I the act of eongrea creating the
guilty when a $100 bill could not government of every :
i only one thoroughly.conversant eoIJpsrutie 1M AAA a press release M the
TJMBKXSowttmber be accounted for, but the government -{with the subject could compile a country:> of the world and contains establishment of the five regions, (7
and timber product demanded that he be Jrlad.|| bulletin of this nature The author facts that every citizen ot the i and preliminary reports of bur Neistem
have netted the national far.MU When the evidew was *U ttt the T. 3 Brooks assistant commissioner United State should know. southern region committees that
in Florid' U7.917 since July Judge told the Wry; Jut vegatdltMl It agriculture, agates there hat' At thlt time the topic ot tow met In Memphis, Tenn., shorter 01
1, IM). This meant that HOT* of sympathy they: nutt bring 1.a been a demand for copies from rnnent It a wry llve.lwue and after the enactment b111Dtt.qL. Set
hat accrued to the state for Ut S3 verdict of "guilty". Judge. lawyers,6 college professors, In light of present day thought this : This special bulletin should be dot
per cent share of the receipts fet After two hour *4 deliberationand school teachers businewrnen, *t. pubUeatlon should prove of .x. ki the hand of every grower .fie In
the nine month past H compared' earnest Jailor with en* at their dent and other from many tttt ceptional'value.. Nearly' 'everyone' :Florida and the department ot.ag> vgricuitin'II 1'ut
with UUM for the entire fiscal number they nntautlf pno--t other than Florida: I* nt rited-in knowing hoW ae I* Ewing this press*. >. ten
year ended June 90, 1835, acc" nouated the boy InneeMt, .to the Looking through the bulletin we governed and he want to know leas to every newspaper. tn FU& tel
in* to a report Just mad public great displeasure of the judge, .find JI.Ib.bea4lllYltw.t4! each hew nil government compares. Ida In the hoped that every farmer I.". 1'.
by tan A. Albert, forest i..pt*. They knew .thet young townsman branch of state government such. with other countries. In the ttate will take notice anti d'u'eCol
visor of th* Florid National Foments He had eeraettly urged hlrbeUtvlng j M legUUUv dep rtnnt,.Judicial. Thli Information if available land at ono tor-a' copy' Addreat v .,
headquarter In Tallahassee. employer to reeerv*.* ch department creW\.eourta and circuit without cost to thoto-who car to I. postal card or Mtet to N tbait "
This It paid to the state In coraplU weeka portion ei hh IIS salary court Judge; a nan showing address a card to Nathan ileyo, Mayo commissioner of agriculture
net with the 'low that SI per cent until the lost MU was mad good. the new Judicial circuit, of the commissioner of agriculture Tallahassee Tallahassee, requesting '* .' bet
of *U gross receipt b* paid to the This lit did, Inter. But th* wratny.,I state, criminal eourtt,-and Jttddse. asking for Bulletin No. eopy Be'
auto toe apportionment to the Judge .eeuleneed l th* bye) Jurists! location of the criminal court of S5. J'elW.

counties. In-which. the national far to a week' Idlenet and a penalty j I -. Ne Tune for Flay .
tab are located tor tchool purpoaef of $20 each for tvert time the roll .
The storm was Increasing In violence
and road building. Mr. Al WM called and espied $see t (ass [Florida Farmers Can Get AAA BenefitsFor ; and some of the deck flu:- I pet COI

bert points out that this Increase absent j tinge bad already been swept 'i i :
la a natural result of protection efUnbar 1 However, the 'tldgs'wna wrong<|, Shifting to Soil Building i I Crops overboard when the ctpstln de. cat

from, firs and ether destructive and the boy and till astute friends I -- elded to tend up a signs ot dlftren. eel
agenda. At the timber I were proved right when seven But hardly had the rocket 111:
grow into. been large enough foraawlofi 1 month later the .annual tIO_ Talumttaee. April :aO+Tba new tits which will accrue under this burst over the ship when a lolmen <;I
agricultural adjustment act at It new AAA it I* necessary that they \ sea
It U fold to private operators cleaning of the little post officeWM f faced stepped to th
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or In the cat of certain I In progress, for among the applies to Florida It of vital 1mI comply with the requirements of bridge passenger .* torh1a

pin tree,. they are leased to turpentine > cobwebs back of the tat wt (I portane to every Florida grower the actThe "Captain," he said, "I'd be the '
It hat been considered of such Innportance bulletin states In part"This : .
comparing which extract found the mining greenback A ,
I : to
i last earth cast
man on a damp.
i 1938 toil cit
the gum over a period of year flight puff of wind had slipped it to the welfare ot the outline of the
but It to
er on any one, seems me
When the tree etc longer functions off tilt top to IU secret hiding|state that Nathan Mayo, commistloner conservation and domestic allotment tot
that this I* no time for letting off
I of agriculture, hat had prepared program for the louthem region amwe
ai a turpentine product It it told place. "
for pulpwood or other timber Th story goes Iha) when Blankwat i{ and printed a special bulletin was prepared from AM bulletins fireworks. -Toronto Glob j !
products. M.antlme.1l I containing complete information and press releases available Cat
;young
given the 1100 tie at
growth 'to protected both from fire was a on this timely subject Thisbulletin a* of April 8, 1830 Wife Where can I put this to 1
loss to know'what to do with
:
to !II devoted to I won't forget It before I out"
and from destruction through has Just been received The first portion It go to
carelessness by operators In the I much' ready; --re.t'utt ,, i from the printer U the growenl I brief 'Instructions for Participation Husband: "In front of the mir \1 let
This story of I II to b* ror.-Ex.
wood expect to participate In the bene- by those volunteering tv en ,. Cal
credited to Deacon Samuel H.
Tit value ot timber to far told Fitch, near whom pleasant homeon Del
during the present fiscal year ItI1IJ4M Klngi Highway I am living. .,LO'U h..fUitJ I m1 1I tic rem)

aworUIng la th* report H* was one of the Jurort I -a. .
This Indicate further I Increate J3e
In the probable receipt for tilt The deacon further commented:I '. eel I
"Had wt sentenced that'lu.iJht fIC2e/D4 AM eel
coming Except itsmall
year. 11
young fellow to the chain I
gang Mt
laIN, Mr Albert explained. tim- ,
AGIANrJjJAN !
and tnt fellowship of criminal for
bal contracted tor la not all paid i CtaHP/GW tit
n NN/
JW4 year, at the request of this .3Q Viathi
at one, but the purchaser
pays too positive Judge he might have JIYlJOfL1'Y R/
,
*4 IN cut*. Hence the M percent "' INCN.G.S LoNG- ,, .
been led to
adopt a life accrual the state on miss (Which 1 do not "llv*.) "Now he WAS G20Jt.'N N2A4YrJ you anFI
it not computed and paid until the
hat become: one of our most solid N FLCdB/1.
timber k cut out and the money I and respected cltUena." I /
It received by: the United
Treasury; There hat been .ta"1 lotto
tUnt and rapid Increate In timber" ever changing aky U Inetlcu- '

sales and consequent receipt, Jo i lable. t i t V w n th'wt
the state since 1033 when the 25 2. Th country It more conducive -
per cent apportionment amounted to clear thinking and to leisurely pI'
only to $3,688. It It estimated living than city Uf In the In
that by the end of this fiscal year city It slays geared to high ipoed
the itate'a apportionment probably i.. n\ 6d ; th
3. The country offers wider op- 4
will exceed seventeen thousand oni
for
portunlti recreation than the
dollars. Uw highest since the U S. city, if the advantages are utilized.

Forttt Service bc.m activities In If however. any girl or boy is to -
Florida. minded that todal advantages cnn
1 1I
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never mean anything but those
ADVANTAGES OF FARM LIFE: that mutt be purchased such a* .

movies, flashy parties, or commercialized -
Even lIlt t
weren worth a very
sports, he or she will
grout deal to be In any vocation an Imra
probably never be satisfied
on
a
which you really like, I wonder U
f.tm.-A.unfir Nunn In the
;you v* vw had pointed out these
Progreuiv Fanner 7O14rMc
inherent advantage of rural life a i

u: Hilled by Dr. O. E. Baker of
the U. S. Department of Agriculture FREE TOMBSTONES I
: MW OrhNY
Header who know of any unmarked ;
1. A farmer ha more and bettor
food to eat than have mostpeople grave of former American
toldiwt -Union, Confederate _
In clue I
World War, Spanish-American 04a
& He hat better health and lives War, Mexican War or Revolutionary

longer. War-- hould take advantage .
9. U* accumulate more property ot the government's offer to I .
than the ramie city resident. furnish headstones for such aoldtert -
4. Kii more likely to enjoy hit fir of charge, It U I gratifying II'I I '.
work than are most city people. indication of the patting!I
-.. H* h likely to enjoy a better of Civil War prejudice that the
tamtftllfe. federal government provide such 11{I i Mt t ,
Dr. Baker statement are all headstone for Confederate I I 1
backed by the actual fact lie Union aolidton auk*. Write office a4

aayi that young people who reach of the quartermaster general,
the age of 17 are likely to live War Department Washington, D.I I
thfe*Jo five yean longer In the C, for application blanks -Pro-j
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country than in the city Alto I gi'ttalv Farmer. ', -r-- -- -- -- -

froM the money standpoint, I I II
though you may; not believe it. I The iJiLrutinj BIRD OF PARADISE: FLOW. Had to the bottom et the fruit te make It 11'9"\
the states with th* highest averageor There ai. Interestby the sacrU1 ER was grows in the green...... la,tilt garden el straight Instead of curling .,.
per capita wealth age aQ dorolhanthf flue ot which peace I* too dearly Ipufthawd. | the "01.1... House," st. Fanatic GL. Ja St Angus& The snow extraordinary exploit In the Untorff t

; agricultural... ,On should never beat tin*. The plant, which It known a* tilt Travelers! the Florida State Public Courts Tennis Touma-
There are other decided itdvantagM ,peace to the them of his owntouVyto Palm, i* very rare In the United States, but It assets WM performed by HUDSON HAMM. ef FtLamlerdal
the violation of hit Integrity
should not be overlook.d .
that found in widely separated Florida loealltlM
or ot hit allegiance to Clod growing *, at Jacksonville en December 31, II
: and January 1, mi. During these two days he
-t: K Chapln.
,la I more. fundamentally beautiful than, the the.eowatl'7.city;I natural I Ta* above a.ailed 'bean" It really not a beanat *e. U* 81..'. eublet. _'I tingles, Jailer tin-I

Th artistic and esthetic value of Peace 1* tilt happy, all although it looks remarkably; like en*. It I* ties and mixed ... ..*. It I* ef IlltereIh.wl

the rural panorama-tree and 1 state ot man war, his corruption, known a* die SNAKE GOURD and belong to tat that though only a junior player', k* WM s44

jfUml,..and ,bird' .,ajjd .'Intycj,.jfnd, hit dltgr' ,-"' 1ftI99. _. .\ .quash family.d. A sane; or. other weight' It often umber one In every division.

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. Friday, May 1,193G. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Five


organising tor protective polilioa Kendall Woman.,Run* sffiflieAfly &ttt iMDBjktial conduct "
bJ; TEACHERS VOTE action I admire your courage andI DILLON FOUNDED For Dade School Board In the affair of the offfoe, she say. : +
admire your bravery And let me and believe that all outlying district I : ,
: RESENTMENT AT say this: Dont be afraid) when TRUCKING LINE should have their pro rata J
Mr*. Flora F wand .t Kendall
pressure is brought to near and hare of the school funds
hat qualified a* a astWMete U
when threat thrown at
are you.
COERCION CRY Because there TO FLORIDA CITYCharlie for membership on the DadeCounty
I that
no group can board of public instruction Site Cleared for New J :;
rt bring your position Into Jeopardy from District No t which la now Home for Ur. J. A. Smith '
: i a* long a* you're true and a* long] .
Dade Unit Florida Better a* you're dean And t for one Dillon, candidate for held by Mrs Nell K. Walker of
ant willing to trust the teacher to clerk of the criminal court, oper- Homestead. Ground was cleared and rock
5ltd, Schools League En. do right" ated a freight and express truck Mrs England, the wife ef Waiter got .In readiness' far I two-story, see. '.
dorses Filer A brief summary of Mr. Filer between Miami and Florida City I. England:, owner of a garage concrete block and native rock
q platform was given by 1>. R Rod' IS year ago and made many and filling station at Kendall, ha house to be constructed at Krome
Claiming full responsibility tor feam, attorney, who called special friends In the Redland District, served for nearly two yean as a venue and N C. Ninth street for
;,J Henry a Filer1 candidacy for the attention to his vigorous denunciation he said In an Interview here this school trustee In special school ten Dr and Mrs. J A Smith
. late senate, the Dade County Unit of the slot machine law and! week district No. S and hal resided In Asked when work would begin,
: of tin Florida League for Better I Mr. Filer outspoken support of "It was a very successful business Kendall for the past IS "..... She Dr. Smith said "some time
Is a member of Coca Plum Wom- within the next six months." The
School passed resolution Of endorsement old age pension I for four and a half yean
at na open meeting held ,but I broke a muscle In my back an'l> Club of South Miami, the plans are still In preparation, beaid.
In closing the meeting the unit
: in tM White Miami Housekeeper Club of Coconut .
Temple\ I president said and told the line to Don Mathew,
Tuesday afternoon with an attendance -: : who I* still operating It with sue- Grove, and the American Legion
of approximately 1,000 'The Dade County unit of the ces*. During the time I operatedthe Auxiliary of the Undlcy de Garmo Why He Quit
"J teacher. principals of schools: P.- Florid League for Better Schools lIne I never lost a tingle article Pot, Coconut Grove. Nethersotoi "Why did you quit .
1 A.: leaden room mother and I II sponsoring Henry II Filer for for any merchant and not a Mr* England says that the hat singing in the choir
! press representatives the stave senate W*are digging tingle merchant owes me a cent." the business and civic experience Weathersole: "Because one day

: The resolution follow: I down Into.our fund to support hiscandidacy. Mr. Dillon has lived In Dado needed by a member of the school I[ didnt sing and somebody asked

"Be it resolved by the Dade County for 37 year Ha it mar- board. She believe in courtesy, if the organ bad been fixed.-Ea.
.. County teacher who are meM- 'We are doing this because Mr. ried and baa four children. He
bers tt the Florida League for Flier ha sacrificed tor us In the has had six yean' experience at
Better School that we deny and past, and we believe tie WIn COn- investigator tat the county 101ic cl- j.
resent the false report and accusation tinue to sacrifice for us In the future tot and a* constable of the second
t that wt are forced to He has worked for ui in the district: during which he ha* served -
pest, and we believe M Chas Turner
will continue .
all forma of that
contribute to the campaign ex paper have .
pens of Henry IL Filer to work! tor:,as in the future. beta Jaiued from the c t
"Mr.; Filer 1* a candidate because There' ho Use to mateany an experience which he Considersa .rr. s!+ announce
'we, In open meeting attend I bone about' it; 1m- supporting valuable qualification for the office
j ed by 1,000 member, October 23, Henry Filer for senator, and I'm t Ml Candidacy fer f
1035 requested him to run for the digging down in my own pocketto

responsible. position of state senator help his candidacy." ATTENDS CONVENTION CODNTYCOMMISSIONER (

Constable>> J M
i "W furthermore wish to declare Scarborough
Large Congregation f
returned Friday night from Brad-
and emphasize that we, a*
citizen, have the right to work Greet New Pastor cntoo where he attended the annual
for the best Interest of the boy convention of the Florida
Large congregation greeted the Association of Justices and Constables ..f I
and girl of Florida and for what District No. 5 Dade
*rt feel 1* for the welfare of our Kev C. O Nelson Sunday on his Mr Scarborough, an assistant ,
county and atat" first appearances as pastor of the vice-president of the association County
I Redland and Florida City Community made one of the opening ;
Upholding the right of teacher
I Ulka.
L. Churches after an absence J
to exercise full citizenship: privileges Subject M the Jane i
of 20 years He was pastor of the r !
In selecting and supporting' .
Florida City church In 1(16
Draweratto Primary
candidate for office, Carl Wagner -
principal of Redland High Saying that ht hoped this Interest -
School, moved the adoption of the would continue and even Increase Ernest E. Roberts Your Vote and ," :
during the summer month, '
resolution presented by Miss Olga '
Benson, principal of Santa Clare Jlr, Nelson said that it would be Support Solicited i
.chool. Vigorous applause follow- his purpose to Interest himself In

ed MA Wajner> assertion ;hat all the activities aChe communities *aid .01111001 ............. 4
Mr Filer had psoten devotion to and If possible give whatever
Chi upbuilding 0. Dade County assistance i* needed for workingout r

and the cause of better schools community program M
through 19 years' service aa a. "These community churches:
member of the county school board serve a real need In each of these
I I TO FOR HIM ARE YOU? ;
end two term a* president of the neighborhood," laid Mr. Nelson ,
Florida Education association I I "and their program of service
Charges of attempted coercion I, and ministry are arranged to meet i
bf teacher by candidate opposed the requirements of all phases of Charlie Dillon
to Mr. Filer in order to suppress I life and living Every one livingin

their exercise of citizenship right the vicinity of these churches la t' v .
were hurled by W W cordially invited to attend every Candidate ft
president of the unit, service possible Come and bringall
ing the assemblage MaUheW"1 the family-even the little baby 9 Clerk of Criminal
Dr Everett S. Smith for the cry of a baby in churchIs
the rest Christian Church of Miami a sound akin to worship; so
In a brief address said: I don't stay home on account: of the Court of Record
1 In the Juno Primary' 1338 '

Candidate for
William If You Are Interested in A resident of Dade

C. Hodges BETTER SCHOOL*-UWEB DADE COUNTY County for 37 years

TAXES-OVEkSEA IIIG IIWAT '
-PROPER ACDITTNO Juvenile Court Judge Yew Vote and support Will
BETTER GOVERNMENT Be Appreciated

Hear Subject to June DeroocrstlePrimaries For honest, efficientadministration

STAFFORDCALDWELL of this

,Paid I'olltbl Ad..rteewwwa/ office vote for him.

(Paid for by South Dadr Friends'of Smiling harlk: ')

WANT ABS PAY

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: CITRUS AVOCADOESCtrus '
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MiBmlta His Candidacy far
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..GOVERNOR. j 1 ,
, OF FLORIDA : ( : .ad ,.tbotado ,trees are. needing fertilizer to>> overcome storm damage

Te the resole ef This StateBODfiM J Candidate far Oeverswr ,: and mature this Reason's crop of fruit. Rediand Brand fertilizer *readapted '
...,... se D..cereek r"aw s I .. :
Discuss the real lessee et theeasnawlfsi this "' ,,"**. ."
to
k> s..ed is a MM'tax alRedland purpose.'Florida -
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OUCte'tMKl OM A.. .". Meta74s.ar46.06 School'Rally
AMOomatdN Tin
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ll owl M rib.s SATt'ROAT AFTERNOONBAYFRONTPARK
.,.'. Issue wee. rya' wwbn a a"
-.. Eat : Fertilizer Co. ,
i000U Ma___ For Pew Coast J
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nlkm ( HOHUTBAD IS.UlPYIO" t e'eleckSATURDAY I
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AMINDHCMT sad ate
Ic..M a Ice so.breed h. NIOHT : Manufacturer Rtdland Brand Fertilizer
this arr.d.wt r..b. .11 .... .....
ac ran eo- a she 5.c.a :
i""ba :: MAY 2nd
redses aa p.evI.Jse a
Ikaabe.aoocxs. MANGANESE ,DISTRIBUTORS
.... .kfa .*!... U06 a *mtwi4 Tee will W Interested hi his II ,
...... .Wu aart tier. ell_ ex>> ee ef .ems .w feiltlaalfale.a PONR'I" FRANK .. BIX Man HOMESTEAD, FLA.
...Ift III Ikto else
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Six TIlE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday May 1;/1936.
*
The Re*. R. P. Marshall, former The May e iee ng Of the Ladte1 TIM Florida OKy P.-T. A. wfil
pastor of the Silver Palm Cammunktir AM Society of Okff qtonimun,j boW W May meeting in the oM* ;
1'1
Church, and Me*. Marshall Churafe win bet to* W.dnedaaTM \ w Tuesday everAi s.
In and Around were guests of > It fitlbherWednesday netiting''.... B*.net yet bn ,
announeed. '
\
Mr. and Mn. Roy Nelll and
three done and Mr. and Mn. C
Richard Muff lull been confined Mn. rranoa Andenoa who has L. NOW and Moo Paul, left an Fri +
Homestead to his home with Influeiua this been In Miami several tjwnlh to day for feet Bend, N. C. Boy ..
wetk. now occupying one of the Hobart Neia returned Tuesday to attend J
Brockett cottage on Eighth street to business tnternrt. !'
Mice Lucille Winchester of At- -

Eme P Robert who It past Mr. and Mn. Lester Leach of lontk Ctty wee a guest of Mill Mr. and. Mn. Jo KuftMrta left Mn. Anna Doer and Walter
Mt Beam over the week-end. Tuesday for their home In St. Fred left
grand chancellor of the Knights New York City are expected tomorrow Wednesday tot WeH-
Louis after a IIx-Wftk stay at wood, N. i. l'
with I
few day
of
ythiM of the ttat of 'lurid.IIlI'nct.d to spend a
An eight-pound Gerald their home hen.
brother-in-law and eon
the meeting of the grand Mr. Leach' I
lodge of the order in Mt Don toter. Mr. and Mr*. Ben Archer. Frank, we born to Mr. and Mrs.C. Mr*. M. SQverman fa ill this I
Wednesday and Thursday.. lie if E. Wilt In the Post Graduate Mr. and Mn. Edw. Barnes and week.
expected back tomorrow. Mr*. Hunter llardln I* visiting hospital Apr. IT. daughter moved Tuesday from the
relative la Key West Mr. Hardln Florida Power and Light Co. buildIng : Mr. and Mr*. H. 3. Brockettr

Mrs E. If. Illncr who underwent accompanied her to the bland Mr. and Mr Margins Dell of to the Kupperta cottage on the i plan to leave for their Connect,

a major operation In the PostGraduate City Friday but returned Sunday. Blakelejr Oa. arrived In Homestead Oversee Highway.Mr. cut home Monday,

hospital Apr. S) expect Thursday noon for visit I
and )In. J. H. COM and "When aweell"
your father
with Mn. Delis: brotherinlawand
to bt back it her horn toon. jr. a Brook made a bullnf'II'trip I
to Tallahassee this week. filter Mr. and Mr E. L. Law son and Miss Elvlda Sanchet who cam to town, did he look you
During his absence Mr*. Brook rence. pent the part week In Dents made I I up?"
Dr. W. H. Lake of Ann Arbor. vttted Mr W. O. Burger In Coral I business trip to Florid Cl'1l I Ye*, in Dun and Bradstreet"Answers. -..
Mich., arrived Monday to spend Sunday. .
Gable Mn. Brook Mr*. Burger I
I short vacation with his niece -- -
and her daughter. Mia Marie, FLORIDA CITY -
Mn. E. H. goner and her family. Mia Henrietta Hartman and Mill Mrs W. W. Severs, CrrB.*aVie4 TillS ,

Alt Webiter. pent Sunday at .... I J DOESN'T ADD UPI
Mn. Newton Merrill who now .
Miami Beach.Mill
Mr. and Mr Wm. S. Oeronlmo 1e of State Tut .
live In Winter Park spent theweekend Dada Oonnty par over % .t

at the home of Mr. and Inn Whlchard of llattiexburg. returned_ yesterday morning from Dad hag 11.3% Of the state population. I
II business trip to Atlanta
)In. Miss, 1 vUlllng her
E. H. Ilmer.Mn. *
brother-in-law. and liter. Mr. and Macon and other point in Georgia I Dade Cktg ONLY 10% of the l.ffiil.tai.
and to Tallahassee, Fla. While in .
Seymour Dane It confinedto Mr Devo Webb. Georgia they: visited their on. Bill IT'S TIME FOR A SQUARE DEAL
her Miami home by a broken Jr.. at the Riverside
arm and dislocated collar bonencelv.cl Mr. J... W. English Mr*. C. J.PlIl'maA Military VOTE FOB
Academy In OalnervUle. At Tallahassee -
and Mn. C. H. Steffanl
In an automobile accident -
Mr. Geronimo, who 1*
attended a district P.-T. A. meeting -
in Miami Wednetday. manager of the American Legion EANaT GRAHAM for STATE SENATOR I'
Auto Title Service In Homestead
Mn. Mark Nabor and her conferred with motor vehicle de- ar.aaas so arw..r" Slows thaw W b r+s.M ::1
brother D. W. Burton, plan to Mr. and Mr R. L. Wler returned artmtnt official and attended
leave yesterday morning from a
tomorrow for Pawley't Island he Rotary district conference Inteuton
S. C., where Mr*. Nabon one-week trip to Lexington, N. c., at that city.
will open a tea room which the and Atlanta. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS

will operate until time to reopen Local friend of Mr. and Mn.Cha t
the Redland'l. Cafe, here In the The Rev. and 101... E. L. Nelson *. Bartlett of Norwood, N. Y ,
fall On the way to Plw"'''* bland have moved from Mr*. J. U. Free' have received announcement of

M,... Nabon will stop In house In Downef Palms to Dr. the birth of II eon, John Frederick.on P 'liT'
.
Sumter. S C., for e ten-day visit and M,.. Ira J. Hayne1 house In Apr. 23. Mr*. Bartlett ia the
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with her ton and daufhter-ln-law, Sevtlta. Dr. and Mn. Haynes former Miss Margaret Robertson .
Mr and Mr Wilbur Nabon.Mr to be UQ November.
plan away ot Florida City a daughter of w. .60-: AMD' .
,
*. C. J. Dyal.-M,... Preston a Mr. and Mr Auguit Heuer r A. Roberfajon. B E AU"rv '

Bird. Mr*. J. II:. DaY and Mr*. II. will return tomorrow from four- David Husband; was taken to the 'P..f\
O Cowirywho attended the UU day Visit with Miami friend, Kendall hospital Tuday. His TECTION't

Woman' MUklonary Society meet* condition I* reported o be lightly t
Ins In DrLand this week are expected Mr. and Mn W. D. Coker, Mr. better at present Mr*. Husband
back today. and Mr J. T.: Martin Mr*. Bessie Ia in the lime hospital receiving 1' I
Brady, Letter Coker and Howard treatment for a leg fracture.
The Rev and Mr*. John Porte Bhaney formed a fishing party i ,
.will leave their Redland home tomorrow Friday night and Saturday on the Mn. Lucy Hole who had spent
for Washington, D. C., Florida Key the. winter here with her aon-ln- S-W Semi-Lustre Varnish
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.W. Stain
where they will vlalt their ion and
tliughter-ln-law.. Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and 'Mn. Gotch Kufeldt IL Sheffield left for her home 110 Ideal,*,|_for.. \12 c"tftd" panel I S | S-W Flo-lac,..' "faded ftnhhei.

W m Porte, fer a few week before moved Monday from their homeIn In Danville 111., Wednesday coloft. .UM veonlong.' "] Rich,A/llglo/ stale and jQC
going to New Jersey for the Redland to the home of Mr. and erbomuse k'swelhoble. I Ct.IOmlsh. .In on*. PGsLo It

summer.Mrs. Mrs Jesse Greer on Fast Eighth: For the Kent In ..--
street which they will occupy for -
,.. O. Dullard accompaniedby a month while Mr. end Mr*. Greer OPTOMETRYDILNEUENSCIIWANDER
her daughter. Mia Lela and 're In Pahokee.Mr. .
:Margaret and Mr. and Mn. Harry
Hunter went to Blu 'tol\, S. C.. and Mr John Bigford of PR. a GONZALEZ
to spend the week-end with Mr. MerrlckvUto Out. left Wednesday 111 Venetian Arcade, Miami

Rullard .who la farming the.... Mr after pending the winter at their SW Flaxoap
Bullard and the children plan to home In Ilomentead.
Oil Sony 1
join Mr Bollard in Bktffton about 100% "M Lima"
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tine lime school ia out Misses Helen and Olive Orun- r- .'.. """"a.-"' '. ... Wash point aid versbh bells

well of Redland Howard Heath of I ; I" 0 Dee, set chap the harass
Mn J. Ton Vann "II been South Miami and David Jones oaken edits II M
confined to her bed with I mflu- of Homestead formed a fishing
ton/. this week. party on the key Sunday hone
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G. C. "DUTCH" : Vote for I PHYSICAL CULTURE HOTEL pound poll . S9

IDEAL : M"l. Vm, rte. iIt' N
Judge A. B. Small !! AMMMmttmttmmt -
fer sue
\ MKTHOM Male *M pieces MW agate !
KIRKLANDCandidate
Kit Mist It aucuGa On ttciall 1
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r4'r*te.MTTrataw d ..ey= -:.= midis drrhitU .... ............ Screen Enamel
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MODERATE .An.a.-.e Black Enamel for bock wire
the _" .... sassy0 .u __ tcd cor.(t wild' your frees. Pilot your screen be-
This r I- .,Nbkis".. In CnMKleld. The, lon 7ItecolOl1 ton you in* lit. Leftyttft
ry sad It-.ewl.s rem Wet rln' tntftl ; Ioei9 r. One u.rtthey'll
I IIalu effLla | lot CMlootr -
= = fumkurt, wood k, S1 A3 attics price. Get
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i were -'40 OWl,..... Tthralue . 53g

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' Th*.ckeol we4uoms I back,James
TALK NeaWtt whose absence was cousidby I ,
&N 100 1000% GRADY BURTONor
HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS --I-. ,,'
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TIlt Nth ".&r.Uses a now pupil WATOiinaDetnerrsUe

By UOLA: Lars LX Dolores Peppy tram Ho rwood. "
NIGHT ...... .-. Caarfldato for t

, SENIOR. PLAT COMING senior d kI"-philosophy of ; In Van Rhrney has bM stjswtt GOVERNORFAVOKS x xat
"" I "As You Like It" Several day because of HUM**.
r, Stafford Caldwell of Coral The Section are p..ntiA.lit Mr riffefcrt room ball dworaMH I Florida .... .
If. Gables candidate for governor. play, "New Fires," at the Nets I' ; front both**! board with saO rDEFINITE
will bring Mi campaign horn to King Cooper auditorium Friday, Phyllis Pa'Ift4 Dorothy:; beets ami ..,..0.. ,:
the
Home making lor
are pesters :
.' Miami on Saturday night when he
May IS. X. B. Blackburn I* directing t
'exhibit Friday night
1. will address the voters of Dad
"i the plsy Clayton Leh- John BUaiio has moved to the ft.'XD FOR THE
County a Caldwell rally In Bay- '
I North and clam Lee .has PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
to
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doge manager gone
Park. Mr. Caldwell
front will The supplesnasUary work tar .
Fort ..... ADVERTISING :
Lauderdale NATIOV-WIDK
the Redland In the east are: Lucinda Andrews RaTa '
speak also at School this week wee to writ a 300-worx
, rally tomorrow. I widow-Ituth" Tower.Suzanne theme on the life of Shakespeare room has a windmill and tulip CAMPAIGN FINANCED
bonk BT "ODD CENT
Mr. Caldwell, who started his Toler a splnlster or to diagram sentences. BKKAKS". i
active campaign on March I hs. Jean Parman. I _
covered the north and west sections Sid i The junior ali learning "The Miss Done,', das Is making I DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM .
Sperry a farm
b.nd-N.l.
animated vegetables and COMVKXTIOV.OPPOSES:< : .
of the state and hat coin- I Rainy Day" and "The Psalm of writing
I pitted hi* tour over a considerable son McCourtney. Life." The seniors are learning stories about each In jwalth. The I
portion of the central section. J rry. his son-Harry Brown. i "The DaffodlU" and studying the class has now completed seven :

I Mr. Caldwell, In hit appearances Stephen gantry an author period of "New Romanticism"Many table in arithmetic SLOT MACIINE RACKET.
Bill' VercoeBilly I
ever the state It advocating before : Interesting thousand wonthemes I TWO-JOB PRACTICE
his listener the same platform his aoa-Tbeodo. Frank- have been turned in bj Miss Williams' class ha lust I TRANSACTION TAX FOR
that \be presented to the state tow lln. I the seniors on the subject of being completed making health posters RELIEF Of LAND BAR-
' years ago. "I am prescribing the Phyllis, hi* daughter'-Kather- exiled on a desert Island and the and I* now going to start on May ONS. -.

tame remedies that 1 prescribed I Ins Vann. I companion they would ohole.I basket PARDON FOR HARDENENED ;
four yean ago," he says. "Tbej Anne, his wife-Ethel Bailey CRIMINAL
1 are a* good M new because they Olive his duahlel'-AMle Ms I The Junior-senior' banquet I* to Stetson Will Erect
t have not been used. Booth. be held at the American Legion New 10,000 Common Safeguard Florida ;
"Four years ago I advocated I Dick, his son-Oarenca Fros- hall with a Mother Goose settini with
system of regular and systematic cher The class U now selecting waiter
, auditing of all state and count Eve, hit clauabte..ln.lawVlrInl. and waitresses. DeLand, Apr. 10-A commons Grady Burton i
group to contain I kitchen, cafeteria
department of government I .
Hodge.Doctor '
irew r-In4er II.w.wN!
told you at that time that the stets Lynn Gray I country Frank Bile!** has gone to Ball dining hall and at least twoassembly
was woefully behind In 1U audit physician-Sam Allen. more for a visit and the seventh rooms will be erected on
ing. Today It I* even further be- Mary Marshall I grade hopes he will return before the Stetson University campus this
MnA Four yean ago I told you Jewell neighbor school clones. The class I t. enjoying summer and will be ready for use
ef serious shortage In state funds CampbellMrs "Young Fu," a Chine before the opening! ol the fall term. ELECT:
due to this lack of auditing. Today Marshall Mary'a motherLeola story that Mrs. Johnson la reading according to plans recently approved -
there are new shortages running Little. aloud. by the board of trustees of
into hundred of thousands of dollar Angle Sperry, Sid* wife-Mary the institution. W.E.YANLOON

*. This money I* lot to UMtaxpayer Moon, I Last Tuesday: during home room A one-story red brick structurein _
became the state. has period Jane Gatlin and Man old southern colonial style the
been too.lacy or Inefficient to keep The seventh grade girlaare now I i Frances Arthur had charge of the new commons will cost $40.000 A
a systematic check on the boob studying the nervous system In I program In Mill Hsyden'i room. patio will occupy the center of
of state and county official Undera sanitation.The The ninth grade I Ia studying "The the group whose architecture WIll + v -
system of prompt and regular I Vision of Sir! LaunfsL" harmonize with the rest of Ue'university
auditing not only: would this money sophomore class welcome buildings

be laved to the state but official I Mostly Sever back after one week The Latin class Is studying the Plan call fur the conversion ,"f
who run wild In their ex of absence due to an accident: I translation of Caesar' war with the present dining rooms in Chan
pendlture would be more Inclinedto Belgium.The doln Hall girls' dormitory, into
economy and through this feature The general science class I II living quarter for young women
alone tiujtdreda, of thousand students A fully equipped and ,
studying. photosynthesis or food ninth and
I tenth
or dollar could be saved grade art
every manufactured modem Infirmary will be fitted
by plants. nuking a collection of blographleiof
out in the space now occupied by
yearTour
year* ,ago I told you of author that they are studying! the kitchen.
the need for complete reorganization The biology plsss has Just finished .....,- _
of the state government I studying regions of the world Last week the sixth grade boys f; '
This need la still apparent Such I and la now beginning on simple won in the diamond ball game
a plan was tried In Ohio I under behavior of organisms, I with the seventh grade boys. The W. Ross Burton J '.Il L
Governor Davsy and It worked.It I : score was ll-S. ,.1 ..
wa tried In Georgia and It I I The useful science das Is 1III.i1-

worked. It will work In Florida I studying refraction of light The sixth grade claaa was sorryto I I..
It I bI the only way to weed out useless I tone ROIl Bitelto who moved
bureau and departments and The chemistry class Is studyingthe North because of Illness in tht I r
It will mean I saving of I great different kinds of metals. Thiswerk family -

amount of the state of *money to the people It made copper from topper il Supervisor of
sulphate Flowers the Future Farmers
Mr. Caldwell In his Bayfront
i planted are now blooming All
Park address will discuss equitable RegistrationVAN
and reasonable old age pensions Jimmie Schallern has turned In rooms In the Nevs King Cooper

the lowering of taxes, the cuttingof a picture for the library I School have May Day decoration LOON will devote

all governmental. and the
school problem.,"Incidentally," he Sophomores are learning the his ENTIRE TIME to
says, "1 believe that I am the onlycandidate I Vote for this office. i iI
who Is advocating the I, coding the address will start at
whole hearted support of the plan 7:IS and will continue for about I W.\ F. BROWN Your Vote and Support I
of school financing adopted by the thirty minutes, with the speaking : Will He AppreciatedSubject
Florida edur.tiondation at to begin around 7:45: .1
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I Iz t !R.11t Ifemnrralle Primary
tint December: I
meeting last -- II I rr June 1936Would
All candidates for state senator
have been Invited by Mr. Caldwell /I',. ,. ""...1 .- '_
to appear on the platform with W. Cecil Watson
him at the meeting Monday night ------
They will be given a few minutes
each to present their cause to the I Protect People's
listeners In Bsvfront Park Announcements I
will, iv made later h Candidate forJudge Rights and State Assets
or at the time of roosting, as to the
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( Clerk of the Criminal COURT OF RECORD He's Fair SAMUEL t'..,11"0 W. CETZEN fr

STATE TREASURER
Court of Record Sobjed w DP&Ie Pr/arry He's Qualified Ik II* platform: Mr. Getieatales
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Your Vote and : SUPPORT WILL BE Venal State Board I shall strkll*
FOR HERIFFAil Support HELP ELECT 11131 aaferco .laws for Protection ef t MSBd
1 Will Be Appreciated I APPRECIATED > .. the assets ef the State

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WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD GIVES (DAVID FREDRICK. JE. Tuesday, May S, to which the public REDLAND F.-T. A. TO' HOLD
waDS MISS RUTH PRICE I* invited. I MAY MEETING MONDAY
FAREWELL PARTY FOR MRS. SHETZUNEMr David J. Fredrick lr. of Homestead Cake and fruit jello were aervelMr i The Redland P.-T. A. will hold
and Mite Ruth Price of Lyons *. Bessie Brady will entertainthe 1 Its last meeting this season Monday -
D. W. Shetzline WM surprised A Major" and "Fifth Hungarian Ca., were married Sunday afternoon group May T at I o'clock. evening In the school house
with a handkerchief shower Dance on the violin to piano accompaniment by Judge W. F. Btanton n.kt1-4tIlh&l from Homestead i when Mrs. J. J. Haakln of Miami
at the farewell party which the by Mra. J. M. Web- of Miami at his home. Mrs. Mar- and seventeen from Miami were' will install the officers for next
Woman' Club of Homestead save iter. Mr*. Ceo E. Reed recited an tin Shaw and Mill Zmelie Fred present at a bunoo party, wiener I year. Mra. C. E. Elchenberger
for her Tuesday evening In tti original poem which the dedicated rick sisters of Mr. Fredrick: witneeeed roast and dance given by the circle baa beeb re-elected president;
clubhouM to the club the ceremony. at the home of Mr. and Mn.Chat. Mn. N. J. Bonds will be vice-

Mrf. Shetzllne will meet her Mr*. C. H. Steffani, Mrt. S. F. The bride' costume wit a white Walter Tuesday evening. president; Mn. W. H. Russell, secretary *
daughter Mm Frances Duten- Matthew and Mn. K. C. Atkinson sports ensemble with blue trimmings Barney Godwin got the tint prize; ; and Mn Wesley Campbell
bury, In New York City next week, were the commute in charge of and accessories.She Mn Walters. the ateond prize; treasurer.The .
Miss Ruth Grow, the third prim; Junior P.-T. A., a sixth
and after their dimmer vacation the party. % i* a daughter of Mr. and
will return to New York and taken Others present were: Mr. and Mra J. C. Prig of Lyons and a Miss Frances Lott the consolation grade group, win have charge of
apartment near her daughterand Mi*. Wm. D. Bishop, Mrt. Fred graduate of K.I bee High SchoolIn prize; and Mr*. Bessie Brady, the the meeting. Irma Griffin will
her ton.Mrt. Whiting, Mrt. Don Femyra, Mrt. Lyons. She hM spent the past cake. ling, Joyce Lee win give a readIng -
A. C. Easton ipoke on *>- I. T. Nixon Mra. Ja*. McCready,' two winters la Homestead with and Wlllard Hntdenhott E.
clallxtn and communism, Stanley Mrs J. M. Dobbin Mra. R. J. Shepherd her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. MRS. TURNER TO GIVE J. Graham and Chat. Elchenberg
Wlttkop tang "Will You Remember1 14.... Oeo. K Deuel. Mn. and Mr*. Floyd Fyt. I REPORT OF GRAND MEETINGAt er will play an ..0C0I'd101Dumber,
'and "A Medley of WalUM, Harry Wolfe, Mn. C. A. Ennia, the birthday party of Ad
Mr. elder 110Iof Mr.I
Fredrick Astra Chapter of the O. E. S. hi
MlM Jennie Lobdell. Mill Harriet I
with piano accompaniment by REDLAND JUNIORS TO GIVE:
and Mn. David J. Fredrick hat
I O. r. hall Mr.
the 1 0. tonight
H. Mr. Easton and Mr. Steffani. -
Miss Monteaa Paoettl. Dr. S. Bishop, lived In homestead for 11 BENEFIT DANCE MAY
yean.He Ceo. W. Turner, worthy' matronof
Wolff played Brahma' "WalU in The ,junior clan of Redland
proprietor of the Homestead
|" the chapter will give a reportof
II IL S. PEP CLUB GOESTO; TAHITI Dry Cleaner the grand lodge meeting which dance High School next Friday will give night a benefit in the
They returned short she attended in St. two
I I from a trip Petersburg
Log Tavern.Dancing .
BEACH FOR PICNIC SUPPER AND SWIMThe on-Wedneld.y and are now at week* ago.
will begin at 0.30.:
home In an apartment at 25 West i All visiting O. E. S. members

Pip dub ol Homestead of Mn. Cunningham.After I Mowry street >" are Invited to be present. -. --...
High School accompanied by Mr. a short business session Wednesday evening they were I -
Hints HousewivesFrom
and Mn. I" B. Lucas, Mill Kathryn and an interesting program pre- given a wedding dinner and shower SHIRLEY DANZEY HAS to
Thetaen and B. Blackburn tented by Mr*. Hill a social hour by Miss Fredrick the home of BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Il. n* nontMkkntUo*use'"
went to Tahiti Beach Friday afternoon WM enjoyed.An her parent Coven were laid I A party; in honor of the ninth Specialists. Tallahassee
for a picnic. Swimming all day meeting of the society for: Mr. and Mn. Fredrick, Mr. birthday of Shirley Danzey was ...... ...
diving and baiting wen enjoyed will be held Thursday May 7, and Mn. Marvin Shaw, Mr. and given Monday afternoon by her Salt It not only a seasoning; in
until a Hidden downpour of rain It was decided sew for a friend Mrs: Roy Johnson, Miss Pearl mother, Mil. L B. Dantey. small amount it bring out other
aent everyone to the shelter Of a The meeting will be held in the Whitaker, Miss Fredrick L. C.McGlMIa. Came and contests were directed flavor, at on melon or grapefruit -
thatched roof where the picnic church annex, and all memben James Roberta and by Mn. Danzey, Mrs. Burley A bit of salt improve cocoa -
supper wen apread. an asked to come prepared to Fred Kufeldt. Dandy and Mist Florence Skiner. or chocolate sauce, candy, to
Present besides the chaperone tew. Other feature of the day Winifred Dame won the feather cream, preserve, pin, puddings,
were; Kill Ana Webster Mia win be a study hour and a cover- ROLAND AID ELECTS walking contest and Barbara and to on Intensifying the natural
Henrietta Hartman Miss GeraldIne 'ed dish luncheon. MOST OF ITS OFFICERS Gen Smith, the bean walking flavor and offsetting cloying
flails Min Bobble Summer I Mn. Fritz Jackson, tint vice- contest sweetness or fUtnen Unless I
tin. Mill Elisabeth Mcliwaln, Kite & P. W. C. DISCUSSES LAWS president of the Redland Ladies'Aid 1 Flips; cookie and candy were recipe give a definite amount to
Virginia Doney, Miss Phyllis Par OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Society of the Redland Community served. I be used it I* better to "salt to
man Miss Farm Robertson Mil Mn. H. J. Armstrong conducteda Church and Mr. Anna I I The guest Included: Fay Pierce, taste", proceeding cautiously and
Edna Booth MM Madge Thompson round: table discussion on laws Mesaersmith, treasurer, wen reelected I Alene Koeitllne, Ardel Parman, tatting M one goes
Mine Varctaia Hedge Miss of Interest to women at meetingof at a meeting held at the I I Jacqueline Geiger, Mary Kather- I '
Katherin Vann min Lucille the Homestead Business and home of Mrs. Thos. Brewer. Mrs intf suber, Barbara Gene Smith Yellow COI1I'ibai Mora vita*
West Mill Ami May Booth, Earl Professional Women' Club at the August Heuer wit elected second Barbara Gene Wakefleld, Ajin mln A than white, but otherwise
Smith Whitney Mam and Fran home of Mr*. L. L. Bow Monday I vice-president and Mrs. F. W. Rheney, Jane Fucht, Virginia the food value It about the sameif
aroused by the discussion of the president will be filled at a later Draper June Martin, Vivian The whit cornmeal which seems
FISH Far ta GIVEN law of inheritance in Florida Dolan and Jennie Hardy. to be till favorite ia the Southeastern *
AT LEHMAN HOMEMi and of the advantages to the children ,date.Mn.. Mrssenmitn presented a I states and some parts of
and Mn. Lee H. Lehman, of the wtfe't making a will let of silver forks to the society WOODMEN'S CIRCLE WILL New England: It more bland. Yellow
Mi and Mr* Frank Skill and Mr. when property It held Jointly by Present were: Mn Brewer Mrs. HOLD INITIATION MAY 14 cornmeal, popular in Northern
and Mr*. Wat Rheney gave a fish husband and wife. 0C0. W. Turner, Jr., Mn. Chat Mrs. Myrtle A. Depew, district states, hat more of the corn taato.Bedsp..d. .
II i \ Tuesday nigh at the home Mrt. Ben Blggw will read a Turner, Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Sr., manager of the Woodmen's Circle,
of Mi. and Mrt. Lehman. Mr. paper naturalization law at Mn. Stillman, Mn. M. J. Brown- I was present at the meeting of Royal vary In length. The
I I i 11I1\.n. Mr Skin and Mr. Rheney the business meeting which will low Mn H. J Armstrong, Mn. Poinciana Grove at the home of 80-inch length does not allow for
.1 ,vi 1I1 the fish while deep tea b* held May 11, and Attorney K. I C. Ben Plummer Mn. A. W. January Mn. Alice Walters Announcement covering the pillows. The 102 or
tl! hinx the day before. Roberta will talk on the origin Mrs. Gen C. Deuel, Mn I was made that an initiation 108-inch length does, and providesa
1'ie'cntwen: Mr and Mr*. Lan- and tho principles of the Demo- Jackson Mn. Hener, Mrs. Matser- I meeting will be held In the I. O. generous tuckIn.If .
den Carney, Mr. and Mr Carl critic party at the May 25 meet- smith and Min Estelle Turner. I O F ball on May 14. j
Oeden. Mr and Mrs. Tom Harris, of our present political parties A salad course was served. | medium-thick honey (Is substituted *
Mi and Mn. Bevo Webb, Mr. and Ing, Mrt. Wm. E. Myers, program WOODMEN'S CIRCLE PlANS I Present were: Mn. Florence for one-half the sugar In
Mi-x Wade Hunt, Mr. and M.... J. chairman, announced. BUNCO PARTY FOR MAY SAt Pacettl. Mra. Blanche Chapman, cake or quick-bread recipes, reduce -
K Webster, Mr. and Mra. T. J. Punch was served after the pro Its meeting at the home of Mrs. Neecle Branch, Mrs. Bessie the liquid one fourth. If
F tusk Mi and M.... W. J. A. Kopp, gram. M.... Sarah Martin Tuesday the I. Brady Mr. Sarah Martin, Mrs. honey I* substituted for all the
Mi and loll''. C. J. Parman, Mr. Orange Blossom Club of the Wood- Frances Coker, Mn. Ruth Godwin, sugar reduce the liquid one-half.
and Mrs Tom Llndsey and Mr*. AREMK CLUB TO SERVE men' Circle made plans for 'Mn. Thelma Radford Mn. Ada If the honey it very thin or very
Elizabeth Fucht. BENEFIT FISH SUFFERA a bunco party and barn Ilvln'l I Young, Miss Myrtle Counce and thick, this proportion may have
benefit fish will be
supper the Simmons packing I Mrs. Walters and Mn. Depew. to be altered accordingly.
WILL GIVE RECEPTION FOR given by the Aroma Club May eat
BEV AND MRS. C. G. NELSON (:30 p. m. In the I. O. O. F
Momben of the Redland Com- building, members of the club de-
cided at a meeting Friday afternoon
munity Church will give a recep- -
tion for their new pastor the Rev. In the hall.
r O Nelson, and Mr Nelson The next meeting will be at the
Thursday evmJM In the church.A home of Mist Eitclle Turner May t y
community supper will be ..

served at t a'clock.: and this will AFTER your mother has enJoyed *
be followed by a church service
MAY DANCEat
It 7.30.Mra. every piece of this delicious
August Heuer, Mrs r. W
EUUman and Mrt. H. J. Armstrongare t chocolate assortment, she'll find
tM committee in charge of .
LOG TAVERN I
the) evening" program ever so many uses tor the beau ;

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SILVER PAUl W. M. L tiful metal box. A permanent ;
TO HOLD ALL DAT SERVICE 9:30-
Mrs. H. O. Cowan and Mrt. W. reminder of your thoughtful .
Cunningham were hostesses to Benefit Kedlaad Junior CUM "
mtmbrr* .f the Saver Fain ness.. See this unusual package : ;
Woman Missionary Society ft PER COUPLE
Thursday aftxenooai. at the homeD&M.A.BERGER today. .

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BY lOta L. U BOW, LIBRARIANLHIAat GROVE
i 'L Social Events 'I I THEATRE t ;

novas an living in an ordinary town. \ t :: ii''
tb.dar. W,dn..*. .w, Tfcwtari M t. WhIle bringing up her lamlly of COCONUT OROTI ,
"-r. Feidat. I* a. tt.4. p. a. four children taking care of Shows T awl I AejRJwkw t JMaUnee \ 0 ,,
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[)fRS. J. D. REDD'S PUPILS TO GIVE Stunb: f .. ...)!, M to .: T.'* a" hard working husband and aoly- Gal a4 I..., tt< t ,} j,;

.- PIANO RECITAL THIS AFTERNOON A MOTHER'S PRAYER ing the household problems every I ..e.. M. .
home presents the found little opportunity
'" lone nights of waiting for a "good time", and 8t7N.MON.TaCS.WEOWarner j
: Mr*. J. D. 'jici will present I !InfS. Nights tilled with prayer; the did want to develop tome of ,..,.
her piano pupil in I recital at herouur May T Kedland community End of my vigil the talents she knew she possess Baxter
this afternoon. The program supper and reception for the Rev. Something to fair.I ed. She did not want to get away .
|, will consist of the following and Mrs. C. O. Nelson In Redland can bear suffering from everything, but the did long la
numbers: church. But." God let me stay for a little ease in the eternal "THE PRISONER OF .
t, "Ambassador March", May Meeting of W. M. S. of That I may walk with him grind, maybe a day; off, now and SHARK ISLAND"
; : ____._. O.Klammet Silver Palm Church. Part K the way! then or a half day, or even an
Marjorie Mower and Marjorie Redd hour, aortAf Interlude of :
| --Ruth Hogarth Burrttt a gaytty.; THCSSDAY- FRIDAY .
Solo Tint March", "The. Canoe May Meeting of Presbyterian Then It teemed everything happened
'Ride" .." ..._...- --. .. J. WeUonR I .Woman's Auxiliary at home of Sunday; May 10th, U not to far at once. Her Ion married, LILY PONS
R:.: Mary Jacqueline i Geiger I Mrs. A. A. Payne. away. The: above poem It printed her daughter fell la love and fa
'Trie.""First Violet of Spring" j May ,'-Dr. John Harvey Keltlow's just to remind yell there ii not Edith; herself; !Itet up with an'almost -'
"I Dream Too
'1/-L6 McLatd;llubirt Smith and ;address to Homestead P.TV .. much time Mt to prepare that forgotten romance. It is net
...Harry'Bowea. A, SiSp.ii. I Mother*! Day program. Do not exactly a romtnttonaj croup '
.Soli/llo'"-",.?*Ask"Paul Law. ," May $Areme Club selling in: trait until the UH minute to rush i toaae talk the moat modem afeng Much"A
)..,. sow I: O.:O. .., ball .e tJO.: n and vk for something etty_ 'tome speak 1* poctto parables, out
if' ... b. "TbWind" Daniel Rowe May O-Areme Club benefit flab. "because..tbM is abort". Poor they are all aBve, yeu-wiU enjoy $AltUDAT'THW WUK
Marjorie Redd dinner In I O. O. r. hall Mother,somehow the easy things! meeting every character la the 1
Duet, 'Sloes'of: School," "Ami May It-JBualneas rooting ef & always taU to someone else and ai book, and you may Cad mat KEN MAYNARD
tea" Presser P. W. C. at home of Mn. U L. Bow long at you are going to devote |profit through your acquaintancewith I 1 be
Hubert'Smith; and Mn.: Redd I atlftm. Just'onei day la each year to her Edith Langhome. "Heir to Trouble"Abe .
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f bolos, -Indian War Dance," I May 12 Woman's Club of memory why not make it a good Do you want to know how to 4
__ '-_.__.:; Platon Homestead meeting at 3 p. nv day If.your mother .U still with get rid of ants? Come to the library startles aw"Flash eMNfer $571 1 I
b. "March of the Sages"Matthews May la-r-W. M. S. meeting in 'pu, try to make it an easy day and spend I few minute ;
-.._._.--_ church. -or her. The program in the with that book of formulae. Gordon" ,
John McLain church will be fine. Do all you
W.
May JS- M. U. meeting In i
[Duet, "Taps" ._ __ H. Engleman church. can to make It a splendid tributeto
i Mother but work out better "Ten cents worm 01 bicarbonate
Wanetta Koestllne and a
Mrs. May It-Red land Indies' Aid
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and longer of soda for indigestion at this time
1 for the home
program
Redd ,
meeting with Mrs. AUNt ffeuer. "
Of night, cried the Infuriated
1 Solos "Sailing"___ J.Williams May 14-Meeting of Study Class where Mother !U Uvlng-4he longer druggist, who had been aroused JOHN>> a. BALurr mT lie 41
."Wonderful,Words, the better--if it rum over Into
of Life"Hubert
Lobdell
with Miss at S
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p. :J "when of hot water AMERICAN LEGION
.nother. day your mother will not a. m, I glass
Smith May 14-Meeting of Royal Poln-
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f Solo, "Yellow Butterflies" mind. She U quite accustomed to would have done just as well! Nests ant and third We4u, 4ajrI i
ciana Grove In L O. 0. F. hall at "
"Well returned Mac-
...--. ...._.._.....W. Loeb Evans 8 p. m.May. long days ,"I well .. m. Americas .** ** IMttloM
Dougal thank ye for the advice Seek Krere A?*,
( creel
Marjorie Moter IS-H. H. S. senior play. The month of May brings Mothers '- paM
and I'U no bother after all.
Duet, Waits ........... Paul Willey May I9-W, M. 8, circle meet- Day Music Week and Poetry Good night."-Ex. ye Hummead, FU. s
John McLain and Mary J. Geiger Week and the library has material
I ings.May 1ft-Woman's Club of the for celebrating each. But It seems
Solo "Twilight on the River" Redland meeting. an opportune time to look into
Renk May 22H. H. S. 'Junior-senior Florida's law pertaining to moth- Green: : Lantern: RestaurantADJOINING
I i''W:;;WK-I' er's
banquet. peniiona-have we such a law

,'Trlo, "The Pretty Daisy Maid" May 22-R. H. S. senior play. what la thai law and what do we Western T-Bone Steak Dinner HOTEL He REDLAND Chlcaea! Dinner tSo

-....... Arnold Sartorlo May -H. H. S. class day exerclses. > know about It anyway? Regular Dinner SOe Vegetable Plate 2*e,
Marjorie Moser, Wanetta Koest : It seems a pretty good time to All Kinds of Home-made Sandwiches ,
line and Marjorie Redd. May 29-R. H. S. junior-senior read Alice ROM Culver's story,
banquet. "Wild' Song," one of our new
MRS. B. E. GATLIN HOSTESS Jun. 6-R. H. S. class day exer- wok*. It If the story of Edith
1 TO PRESBYTERIAN GROUP u ses. jtnghorne, just an ordinary wom- EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
Mrs. B. E..'Ga tl n entertained the June 7-R. H. S.. baccalaureate
members of the Presbyterian ,aermon. HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
Woman's Auxiliary at her home In June T-41 H. 8. baccalaureatesermon. M. D. JACORSEN Prop.

Downer Palms Apr. 23. Mrs. A. Re-elect ao N. Venins Anne Phone 1M
D. Fritter conducted the devotlon- June .9, H. H. S. commence-
o al part of the program and Mrs. ment exercises. -
Ceo. Ruble, the Bible study per- June 10-R. IL S. commence- L. WHEAT

iod.Members present were: Mrs. ment exercises. I Surveys MapsA.

Vane Harris Mrs. B. Lockhoist, II I I .
Mrs. L. O. Ruggles, Mrs. J. R.Hickaon. R. LIVINGSTON
Mrs. J. M. HoUerty Mrs. CARE .
R. Y. Burr Mrs. H. S. Wolfe Mrs. I REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
A. F. Arthur and Mrs. Gatlin. '4.Purchasing

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The Calendar 101 HOMESTEAD.!: FI.'.

_'_OW ............... True beauty demand
the beat of care at all
May Homestead schools "at times. Whether you _. .. -
home" 7 to t p. m. wish a wave, I facial
May I Presbyterian Men's a manicure, or any of Annie
Club meeting at home of Mr. and the other essential aids Mayhcvv Fitzpatrick
Mrs D. P. Blake at 7 o'clock.
to beauty ;you'll find I
May I Ad Astra Chapter's the skilled operators at I Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal
birthday party In I. O. O. F. hall. P a t'a Beauty Parlor
May 1-Benefit musicale at ready to serve you Conservatory of Leipzig
Goulds Baptist Church at 8 p. quickly at any time. I

1 I' m.May 4-Redland P.-T.. A. Installation Croqulfnole.Combination Spiral and I PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

"r meeting. AgentA .
May 4 PERMANENT WAVES
South Dade Garden
: Club meeting with Mrs. Annie Prices $5, $6, $7 Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422
e ,i Butler
May 4-Junior Woman's Club
PAT'SBEAUTY
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May 9-Redland 4-H exhibit beginning -
at noon in Redland PARLORPhone Educated in the pub-

t I school.May Homestead 4-H exhibit 539-R Home BId,. lic schools of Dade Any permanent wavewon't

i at 7:30 p m. la Neva King Cooper County. "
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1 May ft-Homeatead P.-T. A. executive : NAMJlrtfNT The only candidate in
committee meeting at 10
1 May 5--Woodmen's Circle bun- WAVING the Purchasing Agent n.resin rear apses neat lit prlM
eo party and dance in Simmons' I race that Is a former -.wide a ,.;-.. frame ol curls
{ packing hour.S ,I Croqultmole or Spiral5.00es7.oo ; (3 tot the sap of pout...*.n..'. she<
May -W.. M. U. circle: meetJ J[ I South Dade Countyman. kind we the fw' with atwnwv
S -- 1. Uved at Perrino for we use the bucMtilMMlly fun

IIITHODS. see beM Mailed!,.1I1t btm ewtktaicti
I' uniT OF and attended public
I'I. and grnm'iriKuala :
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AND EYELASH
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I.. DR.B.E.GATUNDentist -- school there.WHEAT StdiMt. "Shopping rou id" "
Finger. Wartae- oel sit k- fur JM... f' Maalelll'l--MU. has served .,;II
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Phone 85
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II 'ftrhe( Churches'I'|i![I Church Three of Special.God-- -Announce-Services CLASSIFIED AIDS !



I, Meade The Rev.will conduct.A7Moon special of Fort services I I'

.. in the Church of God Friday RATE: First Insertion 10* a line, subsequent Insertions I

lit I and Saturday evenings at 5H HM _J i
BAPTISTrii'IDtIAe.The Church school at 10; preaching at 7.45: o'clock and Sunday morningat
11 Epworth League at 6 30. Mid-
: 11 o'clock, announces the Rev.
Rev C. N.aDer FOR SALEFOR REAL ESTATE
week prayers and Bible study
Sunda'lChool at 1 Geo. IL Lorton, pastor of the _
pastor. Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST; .
at 11 chur cil. SALE Surinam cherries,, .
j bI. Preaching a. m. BIO VALUE e-room houseFurnished.

| I p. m; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p. M.Mayer EPISCOPAL: I "Mr. Moon win begin a meetIng lie: qt. tamarinds lOe qt. Mrs All city improve

services Wednesday at S SOUTH In West Palm Beach Sunday Ceo. W. KoseL Jungle Ofove. ments. The word BARGAIN hat
night and we were fortunate in
been really overworked, butI
him for this abort time. GUAVAS and GUAVA JUICE for
White Steaa getting
Church Home
do not hesitate to say that thlproperty
If Morning sermon! stead; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne, Everyone should hear his message sale Jungle Grove, Redland I* a Big Bargain. Price-

Life from A b v*"; pastor Sunday school at 9:30 a.I so we invite everyone to the ser toad and Plummer drive. I including furniture bed linen

line sermon: "Neglecting nv; preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 vices"Local BEES-Choice Italian. One colony and table linen, dishes, now

Srlvstlon." p. tn. Junior League at 1.30 p.\ for S3 two for $6., three for 14H. 12, 00 reduced from IJ.BM

m.; Ill League at 8.45: p. m.; SeniorLeague I Group Attends M. Lyon Longview rd., 2 mi. Fine furniture and plenty of It

oalds-,The Ray. Noah Pe rlj1awtor at 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng I Miami Revival ServiceA west and 1 ml aouth of Home H. A. Cameron. (dliltt
Sunday school at 10
at 8 .
p. m. Wednesday.May stead. (al tt)
preaching at 11 a. m. and group of members of the ACREAGES AND GROVESI

qp m.; B. r P. U,at UO: p. 3-Moraine message
m.1 Homestead Methodist Church HONEY-the clear thick, delicious specialise: In Itedland properties

iyer ser\':ice at 7:30: p. m. "Jmtiricatloa and Sanctlflea- Tuesday evening attended the revival kind. None better and at grove Send me your listing of property

.at. 'Ii' 1100"; special music by choir I services which their pastor prices. Beeewax, 30c Ib. Hol- for sal.*.

I under direction! of Irving J. the Rev A. A. Koestline, Is conducting Uiter Sage, Brat King Highway CHARLES I. BROOKS

.. CATHOLIC Lyon. Evening mssssfe: In Floral Park Methodist 110 N. E. First St., Miami
"Pleiades and Orion." Sam-Sect Pyrethrum Spray tat
Church in Miami.
"Ctouth' of the Sacred Uflrl-I May __Bible Itud,. |I In the party were: Mr. and killing mosquitoes, ante diet,, REAL ESTATE-Those who want
Second
avenue,
; moths, etc. Pt. 25c: gal ,1.71.
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Mrs. Ivan Moser Mr. and Mrs. to buy or sell Redland Districtreal
suRev. James Cloonan. Silver Palm Community Churchthe Edgar Mahan, W. Bauer drive.
Porte Mrs. J. U. Free. Mrs. Koeat- estate will find up-to-dat
Jhroday mall at 0.. m. week day
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Rev. G. Cowan (alOU)
pastor.
Mrs J. A. Mrs. C.
line McNeill listings in our office. Many of
slaws at 7.45; dally. Sunday school Sunda8Chool
every Sunday at 10a. M. Redd, Mrs. Mollie Wingste, still IUb-
,Sunday following 9 o'clock mass LIGHT 2-WHEEL trailer and these listing are at
Communion for women the firstSunday third m.;and preaching fifth services on first Mrs W. H. Souls, Miss Mary Mc hitch, 1934 tag $15. Marsh Fields normal price: W* shall appreciate -
Sunday at 11
of month; for .menand and I a. Neill, Mill Nella Sauls, Miss Marjorie Silver Palm and Farm Life either your Inquiries oryour
n\ p. m. Moser, Miss Marjorie Redd, listings all of which will
obeys, the second Sunday of month. Road. (pmt) i ,
'jltoly hour Thursday before first May Mist Effie Booth Miss WancttaKoestllne. have our best attention. Now I*
MeraJng Ierm"'lleeoH J. G. and Geo. FOR SALE White New Zealand
Wynn the time to buy. B. W. Morris.
Friday of month at T.tS p. m. Massfirst ef series by "
a paste
Ranson, rabbits, Me each. H. M. Lyon,
now associated: with H. A. Cam.
at 7.30 Bene-
Friday a.
) ; TO. HellBSSS-
; a"Scriptural
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,4wlien of the Blessed Sacrament "Netalive Aspects of the Doe. R. F. D. 1, Box 6M. (mrJ7tf)I eron, N. W. 1st St. in Citizens

attar: mw. irtae' evening sermon by WATER SURVEY STEAMED BROWN BREAD anytime i rank Bille. Phone 72.

II CHRISTIAN SCIENCEFiends : .paster at .. Saturday Lb. coffee can

sire 20c; with raisins or nuts WANTEDMANGOES

I 'City-Brosflwsy and METHODIST. FREE !MAY START :NEXT iSc. Leave orders at S. L. West SAPODILLAS and

"iltth street home, 106 N. W. 8th St ,
Sunday :school at
Fonda City-Mrs. Ernest War- all kinds of tropical fruit and
US. a. for pupils under 20 WEEK-WILCOX
m years \
school
r en. pastor. Sunday I vegetable In season. Highest
.V. age; morning service at 11 1.30 p. m.; preaching 3:30 and 8p. FOR RENT price and prompt settlement

'clock. Wednesday evening set- m.; Young people' meeting,I GOOD SECOND FLOOR cool well Write advising of quantities
;
vlcs which
( Include testimonials 7:15: ; Junior meeting 3.30; Tuesday; (Continued From Page One) furnished apt Rent reasonable available, variety and earliest

3 healing and experiences and re- prayer meeting 7.30; p. m. Thurs have sufficient competent federal Ask at Western Union. (a24tf shipping date. RAFAEL R. DA-

J arks on Christian Science 8 p. day. II engineers assigned to take charge VILA, Commission Merchant,
"m, The public is cordially Invited of the survey approved by the
NICE COOL furnished apt. Real 120 Convent Ave., New York
i I attend.May. PENTECOSTAL: WPA so that the work can be done onable. I S. W. lot St (p&24)MISCELLANEOUS ) City.

|Iin one-third the time that It was j jI
l-Leaeon'lermo' Goulds Rev. C. C. Hansberger
top. -- feared would be required with I. the 1'1..1' covert of like a:_, I.
: "Everlasting Punishment pastor. Sunday school .t 9.49;I ..trial Cktdt on and f.. finds Casaba
J. I at work.
only one party ,......
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30; p.1 .
Mr. Wilcox will introduce legislation TUNING and In UM matter of UM ADOPTION Or
CHURCH OF CHRIST m.; Young people's meeting at 6:30 PIANO repairing WILLIAM a. CONS me ..,.... NO
for an appropriation by Good used piano for sale cheapW. Notion of Intention, to Apply' for Adoolloo.of
-First avenue and p. m.; Ladles' prayer circle, Tuesday congress for the water control E. Koon. US N. W. 3rd SI Minor Child.
at 2.30; p. Mid-week prayer -I TO WHOMSUKVk.lt: IT MAY CONCERN:
If. W. Fifth street; T."J. Hunton,, project as soon as the survey indicates -: rod nro hereby notlfM/ ( that MM Washy
tolnlsler. Bible study at Id a. m.; service Thursday at 7.30: p. m. what method of control Is LEGAL NOTICES ./__ WILLIAM L TICKLING, will IPl .
; .. ,.
l of the I .... of the ClMultof
ommllBton. fellowship and PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH advisable, he told a Joint civic = tko Kfevmtk Judkilnl Circuit of

preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at I club committee from South Dad I ..pot to depart Norms von own for the .... In .nd fur Dndo loon*, ITorl.lKnt .

'130: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Homestead-rVrome avenue at at a conference in Miami on Apr. I land ..h.... as ,....... m...... I wave KTorM.the County f.n the Court tlk sty Roes of MAY nl Miami A. DIMS .
' : 18. .11 ._".. t. be .ant 10 me me t wbd.nre at the hour of 9 tin A. M. ..
at 7:30 p. m. N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nel- thou and :':''''t'"clKTrnt. IkoMlvr me ..... .ppii.itk or mnInfnnt anon I..
son, minister. Bible school at I hand.* for ... oni.r and dearms .uthor..I"
j 1 CHURCH OF GOD 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.I NOTirtmi the adaptive of WILLIAM a. CONE .".
of Uw of ooprautmx.lV
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I Homestead! -60S N. W. First and 8 p. m. Young peoples' meetIng OFFICE! or DADE: COUNTY M the wta Will,!.. |. FVkll.r, ..J;
FtmrHAarwa AGENT. ROOM ISM fo> UM elwniilwi. of tko nwm of tho" ull
at 7.10.SPIRITUALIST
(venue; Rev. Geo Lorton. pastor : CRt.HOUKB. MIAMI FLORIDA .InteM to Wft.UAM I It V IN B riCHLINO,
!jBunday school at 9.49; .. m.; In doBlteot rlll ho roiohrojla JR.. uunu.nl U nnrrWoM of 'S"
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this oirte UI It to UrtunJw Mo Ones Vl7 t,, M Inclwlw, W in. Com
i preaching at 11 a. m. and 7;30 p. TEMPLE OF P a..1.... on UM DYN5..!*.' send General Laws 01. ,....... I"'.
MITE DATED ......... ,lit
-SL; Senior C. O. O. Society (:30 p. it Miami th. l'uu."
TRUTH
Details ore file In Purcliwln AtMt'iOHIO tr af Dado this 11th day of April A h
*5t.; Intermediate C. O. G. S. in I Es ISO.
Homestead-branch of Miami C. L. WHEAT. WILUAIII I. nCKLING.
parsonage 6.30 Mid-week :
; p. m.
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Dod. Count* FiinkMlnf. Asst.MV fell C, n. ...... AttoriMW for
Payer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- Spiritualist Temple of Truth In ( IANell.o Williams I. Ftc.II... quicken..
esda,. Woman' Club, 410 N. W. Eighth Apr 17. It. May 1. 5. I.Turner's S)
wi ApptwatMn few Tu Mud
avenue. Men' Bible class and NiirtC 16 HSRSRY:! G"'.... That
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE people'1"lycetim at 7.15 i eo of t"" sad C."nty
I young, p. =
'. Tax Oat _.. : T..I !test. FMS. l..ueA
Homestead! -The Rev. Howard m.; healing by Dr. J Carl Hobson tile lot Uo of "' ...... A. t). 1Mfiled <. ism
I Mm. In tor offlm and huh. made Funeral Home
at 749: ; lecture and message at
ckel, pastor Sunday school at applle for for a tax dead 10 be I......

I \ :45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. 8 p. m. by the Rev. Sada Hobson. GeneralPublic =. Sese 6.W.cr thed. orep.nr Wb attub.,In : ....Count. the 14 Hit. AMBULANCE SERVICE

nd 7'30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. andtailors of tted. state of Florid WWII : Lady AlleiidMilPhon
I meeting at 630: m. NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER EU of NBU of NWU of W,. N'i
p. .II
SERVICE of r/KH of ItW of W' l *" Jot uf-n HoniMtoad, V:..
rayer meeting Wednesday evens Utilities an' d sWit hI'9 NW of awl t
I > 730.; Bible study and service BBU. In Bctlnn n, Town.hln Moutk.
prayer Range W Ita.t. conuilnlnn II
I conducted by the Rev. H. E. Berg errs loom or IOMI In County of
i* Princeton-the Rev. C. H. Con- I Homestead Phone 5 S-M lr d.: &a" 51 .: i : elnbra..d In
I Hon, pastor. Sunday school at 8:45;' of> Miami at homo of Mrs. O. L Cortlfteoto No >|KU. Th. ..............
Gault every Friday at 3 p. m. of tht mid oroportjr nmlrr the ,mod .r.tins"
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breaching at 10.45 and 1:30 ,
; a. m. : tented low In the nun. "f Trnplwl

I .,m Junior meeting 6::30j; young COOTO GOTONWU. .
In OMUon U. Timnihin ISntk.
I (people's meeting at 630: Prayers IUn(. N But runtoJnlnc IIImam.
,Imeetlng Wednesday at ?:so p. m. I mete or .... In Uw lounlrCno oj
BIG VALUES IN *. BUM of lorldo. u MnomNd liGoHlfioBt
t I IIe .... aft*. Th. MMWMBrut .1,!
I EPISCOPALSL U. ..... ..-... ..id.r I''". ..Id car. Till
John's-S. E. Second avenue tills" bu.d w I. the nwar uf Trop
I USED CARS Nt t and Fourth street Homestead; the _"I<. ....11 It. rd..er
ji !'''Rev. Wm. C. Taylor JrH pastor d _II.! tO I... Ht prdp.nj fI..ITln...

'/!Sundays: S .. m. and 11 .. m;! .ehen/n. ..Ill ko NOW in u.. klcnnt. bias l Hainlla
oonrVkooM duor on the Owns M.W
\f Sunday school 9:45. Dally: T a. 1935 FORD V-8 deluxe sedan; new tires, day hi Iko Month of J.... IMS whisk ll at

I int. except a* f radio, real buy .................?.. ........<............$515: the D>lot Mil dw A of(tod':for:. l'H.A..n.: 1M4E .
H. LEATKh:RMAN, Clark ,,f Clrnit
c' annollllCell'I 1933 QUICK sedan five tires excel- Court of Dodo Obontf rUridn .
' ( ; new ; gf N. O. atomtt O. C )

'I SL Joha's.-Redland; the Rev., lent condition ............................................$193; (Circuit Court M.. Poth. Sunday -
JDeOk pastor.
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school: each Sunday at 10 .. m. 1932 STUDEBAKER brougham ; a rood car. 1'1"Mro ll of kolrkr (rnn that for Gar Tu D.Dad Ant NEWT b. BALL

English service on second Sunday Cheap. tin .koWrr M MINIM of ClIP of Missed
Tu Cortlflaito WW..M--4 WITS, datedtor
bf each month at I p. m. and German deb day 011__ A. D. IMS. kf filed. Notary rtibUo

..' service on fourth Sunday at' 1935 BUICK 2-door touring sedan; radio, old CorUfloXo /taw. .,.dead. o*"*Ie. and been kM, _nkToMordonoi .d, vela INiiL'RAMCH AMIXDKEU >

B p. m. *nk lov. SEW CortUtaoMomkrnoin LINEMU
trunk looks and like only
; runs new; tko, following do>rrl r4 vrapntrKmlod

I f METHODIST EPISCOPAL 19,000 miles .............................-.................$750 .. Lot nt It Dodo Bin. Conntr.S, ells,,...Bin.....*..loutMW. to. rHl K. Itrosae .

A, .. Iko City of tllfmi. c-.., olr
Florid City CoaanuaJty Church 4o, *UM of riorido.

-the Rev. C. O Nelson/ pastor.': Preston ''B. Bird Ej *Tko Mid i-CorMflMU ir il of and n.Md Brooorty OJM In wdoifa tk.nono .

Church school at 10 a. m.; preach-:( of Mma1b.. end Tr Oo. v.. W. Maxwell Smith'INSURANCE
mU fertlffaoM ikoJI. to l.dtinnd oomdlmlM
tig ar-7.30; p. Midweek Pl"I'ersl, .... ... And will ...... t>irnn o thi
and Bible study Wednesday at Motor Co. INk fIa, of .... A. D. in*.
Cvtod pie alb AND LireriwM
1.30 STORM
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Pan Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 1,1936.

with the demand. Public Invited to Hear be MM tonight, win be devoted to negro! section of Homestead
CHEVROLET MEN I "Such a situation can be accounted observation of actual class room President Harris, committee
for only by the explanation I Dr. Kellogg Next Friday I work by percale Clasafs will be man on public buildings, was au.
BIT USED that thousands of owners who In station at both the grammar thorlxed to have the city hall root
900,000 would normally have) driven theirold Dr. John Harvey Kellogg talk school and the high/ school and repaired at a bid price of S278.85.
can a year or two longer were at next Friday night's meeting of I parents will visit whatever claaaee
CAR SALES MARKDetroit ad strongly impressed by the new !the Homestead Parmtt-Teacher I they like following the course of
Chevrolet that they bought, it ,Association in the Neva Klieg their chUdl class work program'
once. As a matte* at tact, the Coop School auditorium ia expected ,or visiting whatever departmentsthat '
Mich, April 10- word 'old' in this connection Is ,, to attract many whe are may interest them. NOT SO BAD !
Chevrolet deafen1 used or sales DOt at aU accurate for a high percentage not ordinarily Interested In P-% I .
tint of the trade-ins since November A. programs, so a special Invitation Ii Clear
for the sU month tt the current i Warn Negroes to 4 installations of
model year will reach the 1 have not been rid tan at Is extended to the general!
staggering total of more than M0,.' ail, but recent models with thousands public to attend and bear the famous Up Darktown Section NATUROLBOTILED
Battle Creek health authority ; ----
000 unit of mile of satisfactory ser
vice left Mr, Ben Archer program (Continued From Page One) I
TM announcement by W..eneral.1Ale. K.' "The tradlng-ln of these tart chairman who arranged for Dr. 'should be cleaned up and more GASin
Holler vice-president and .
has had! the result of Increasingthe KaUowr'i appearance here said tolfet built j
Motor manager Compaft.U 0( tM a Chevrolet highlight quality and also the variety yesterday Another feature of The chief of potfoe} to to notifyU 1 11 days
C de.I.11M stocks. program that will attract th'l
ear owners of property la colored
of an interview this week,in which
interest will be the
Through the medium of advextls- Lyon town that they must clean up
Mr. Holler pointed out that hiscompany's quartet, which trill sing two Mlectlone. No Finer Gift forlJIOTI1ER'S
record-breaking new lag, Chevrolet has gone systematically their premise and put trash and
about the Job of acquaint garbage where the garbage truck
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ear volume It giving used ear DAY
in* the public with this situation, The postponed April program of crew can reach It without difficulty
prospects an exceptionally wide with special strew on the tact that the Homestead P.-T A.,which will -
assortment from which to choose.
the Chevrolet Red OK T'I-I\ow. Councilman A. F Webb J. O.
High volume sales ( used
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he said, arc the natural outcomeof by the way, nearly U yean old- I. L. ebon who was recently appointed Wynn, H. Brooker, Jr., wen appointed Virgil D. Lyon
the publics recognition that I makes It possible to buy t need pastor of the church a committee to take up;
these offerings are sound car with full confidence. Thenewspapers I The services will begin at I WPA the possibility of SI WEST MOWKY STREET
tr.n"l :i'e' I
portation values. of the United States o'clock. survey for the
have carried the bulk of this advertielnf .
"While the figure! are remarkable and the schedule U being IIC4ASR
," laid Mr Holler, "they are increased In preparation for
easily understandable In light of further record sale this spring'' "
what happened last November DaisyMILK
when the Chevrolet SAN13ORN
nounced. Presbyterian PastorTo

ceived the most enthusiastic welcome Be Ordained Monday
of any new cars In the history Coffee
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of the .company. In spiteof r Monday Presbyterian
the fact that dealer had been ,ministers of the Miami district )es e9.e .G
stocked In advance It was nee will assemble in the First Presbyterian The 3 all cant .
enary to maintain production at Church of Homestead to ; o
high level an winter to keep pace I conduct ordination service: for I a

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