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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 8, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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, : \ {VOLUME XXIV-NUMBER 19. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1936. PRICE FIVE CENTS





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, '", 15.000 at Rally in Redland(INCREASE REGISTRATION



RESULTS IN DOUBLE CHONFACDJT1ESFORPRECINCT72
I Pool Committee Seeks Double Check

CALLED BESTEVER

j I On Estimate of Repair Fund NeededThe I


HELD! TIT 1 **nriee* of the county engineer benefit;; show, entertainments and

8. F. Friedman, In preparing danoes Present at the meeting
plan* and specifications r yesterday morning ww: Mrs E

repairing the municipal swimming J. Oyal, president of the Homestead I Poll Tax Books Brought Completed Tabulation Reveals :-

DADE COUNTY! pool will be sought by a subcommittee Parent-Teacher Association, T6 Homestead City Hall 1043 Voters in
appointed at a meeting of Dr. H. S. Wolfe president of the I
the general pool committee In the Homestead Rotary: Club; Ben Local Area
Redland District: Chamber of Commerce Archer, president of the Redland Poll tax books for precincts 70.Tl. .
.W.Y.-Y office yesterday morning. District Chamber of Commerce; 72 and Tl. comprising the fifth I ELECTION HOARDS IN

t Facilities Plans for raising fund were discussed Frank Webb representing the city county commissioner district SOUTH DADE
NAMED
I council Cha J. are now on band at Homestead
Aid 48 CandiI and voluntary pledges ; Caves Paul Rey-
amounting to more than one hundred nolds, L. L Chandler and Tom J city hall where City Clerk R. E.
Make
dates pleas :
Edwards will accept payment of113..a5
Harris.
i Caves -
dollar were reported. It poll taxesfrom voter Building Designated
decided, however, that one of
was
In the four as Polling Placein
registered: precincts.
HEATED CLASHES the tint step should be to double-
Tariff Meeting Called
The deadline for of taut .
I payment Homestead
ENLIVEN MEETING check unofficial estimates already ,
f
j In both primaries U May IS on
For Tonight at Goulds
made at to the amount of material
:. which date the books will be closed
For the tint time in the history
and labor to repair the
Slot Machine Denunciation necessary and returned to Miami.
pool, for this reason a committee : : Status of the Cuban reciprocity I of Homestead it "will be necessaryto

t r Popular With wa appointed to consult: with i treaty In its relation to agricultural The books were brought n:1 install twq ballot boxes at the

SpeakersIdeal the county engineering staff i and horticultural Interest of Homestead on Tuesday by
B. Bird, candidate for county: palls of Precinct 7X each box in
,, The general committee will meet the Redland District will be discussed
commissioner who persuaded Tax, charge of a separate election
weather, marred only by In the chamber of commerce rooms : ,la detail at a special meeting
a brief shower at boon, a program again Monday at 10 a, m. to hear of growers to be held in the Collector would be Harry Goldstein that he I board to acoomodet voters" In 'he
rendering special set-
that moved with the .precision of the tub-committee' report and I Blue- Goose packing house at Sun Jprlmarto This unusual
vice to voters In the south end ef.ttocounty
.,, weU-oUed machinery aDd ..adequatd' continue: 4Heuasten of plans tor t Gould at 8 o'clock tonight ._ ,_. by vladng the books ha attuafco mss tam crated b> abe
'"' broadcasting facilities, aided OM subtcjIpUon 'drive and for
,, : : .o.or'L'.bt k6er, preeldeat.ef, an easily accessible location: thereby increase' 1ft nglubsrs-
,;,. .41 aspirants to political office 4 Y Y -e t. '
the
Tlorlda Agricultural Tariff saving the time and at '
expense
tfoa which exceeds by 21 per out
E in presenting their cases before an
association, will outline the nialn a trip to Miami It Is a departure
if attentive jury of some 3,000 voters CANDIDATES IN objective of a nations conference from the usual custom.LIQUOR the legal Jaaxiouutf of 800 pti -

at Redland Farm Life school last over the term of the treaty which sans to eMit box,

Saturday. 6 GROUPS SPEAK U scheduled to be held in New : 'TJ>e genera taoseas in voting
.Veterans of many a bardfouahtalnpaian. SICRESTRICTED .
York: about the middle of June !atcangtB throughout Dade U re
openly declared thin tot and will ask for a definite south
expression fleeted particularly in the
>4 the greatest political rally ever HERE TOMORROWSenate from the growers of this area and at the county -which: includes

staged in Bad County, excelled, before proceeding to the confer I BY Freeimxa It to 73 inclusive or the
tat attendance only, t>y a few similar
ence. area owning within the jurisdiction -
events in the Miami area. Aspirants Last on Luther L. Chandler of Goulds, NEW ORDINANCEState of South pade Democrats
more 4han 1,000 meal were served (
Program for Rally Jhsinnaa of the Information ..001'etI'.rch dub. In to* first primary: of 1994
luncheon
o$ the intermission and I
1688 b..1-!
committee of the association these aloe pnclncta'easC
the audience was nearly doubled in Park
Legion stresses the special lots for whereas If-I
importance Laws Followed la congnMsman
after Jht interval by hundreds unable -
I of this meeting to the futureof sal f W'eII're..'" this work t>>
to. attend the morning\ ses Political oratory will resound local industry and urges e"/1'' Revised Rules For Carl Hobner supervisor of nI"-

sion. ,I from the speaker's platform in grower in the district to be'present I Booze DealersAn trvtkm snowed 11M voter treg*'
Although managed and j
capably American Legion park at Homestead terM this year Of this total M8

orderly it all times the meeting I on Saturday night when the entirely tttf liquor ordinance I Wintered in Miami and 3C! .' obtained
wa enlivened frequently by heat '
county Democratic executive committee revkwd to their certificates while the
I :place a previous
ed clashes between rival office Till WEATHER
has arranged for candidatesin
i ordinance' which was vetoed by books were in this territory
seekers, who made assertions and six: groups speak herd OlfeM votlMr neat ft SuMnwbtl
Mayor Charfe T. Harper as "ua- Tabulation of the electorate In
denied charges with indicating .
a vigor E pirlmt ttotla i.nn.4. "erode.ax
that the campaign is likely The rally will start promptly at enforceable". was placed on Its the lower end of the county by
to develop into an old-time mudslinging eight o'clock.: E. C. Chronister. a Be Rain first and second reading by the precinct, is a* follow:
committeeman: for this precinct: May council after
city Monday night,
during its closing South Miami_ Precinct: 85 851
stages. Denunciation orgy of slot machines will preside and introduce the May 3 ..y.... 64 60 2999. the mayor had pronounced: It satisfactory Kendall ,__ .. .8 1.3

and the present state administration speaker Scheduled for this May 3 as 59 i I Perrln ..._ 67 elf
were popular with event are candidates for the county May 4 := 90 63 30.04 .03 Drawn by City Attorney O. EMcCasklll .Goulds If. 161

the candidates and the crowd. school board. fifth district county May 5 91 09 30.03 to conform strictly to Silver Palm 1f.1I.1

National recognition of the event I commissioners, fourth district constables May 6 02 64 29.90 the state liquor laws, the ordinance I I Princetonftedliind _. If tO 381

Came in the form of Washington legislature Group 3, judgeof May 7 = 83 60 30.03 .39 I I (Continued on Pago Eleven) ",...-.. M11 184

telegram to W W. Johnston,president Juvenile court, and the state i HomesteadFlorida .. 72 1041

of the sponsoring Redland senate. City _, 73 2M
Seek Ouster Suit Decision to 1
District Improvement Association At time of going to press the I

:from James A. rUle postmaster order of speaking bad not been Halt PWA Power Line Projects j Total .._ .... :311 It
general and chairman of the national arranged definitely but In all of Election board* and polling

Democratic committee1 and probability: candidates lor the appears places for the four precincts: comprising
from Rep. J. Mark Wilcox. Postmaster senate, as the ranking office: represented Immediate settlement of the Bams still hanging fire, It I the fifth district a* submitted

General l'arle1WIt at the rally, will be last boundary suit filed against the II likely that the work may be suspended by Commissioner H. t-
those present in extending best on the program, Mr. Chronister city by port side property; owners shortly for lack: of funds Cook to the county board and *fi-
(Continued on Page Ten) said, last fan and now In the hand of unless an early compromise: between proved are.Precinct :

Circuit Court Judge Paul D. the council and plaintiffs 70 Behren'l Ball: Mrs.

Engineer Arrives Here to Organize Barns Is sought,by the city councilIn in the ouster suit Is reached. The Maggie Murra1.clKk;L. C. Smith,
order to avoid suspension of
I II project I* proceeding now undera C A. Cowman Henry Bchrtns,
work on the PWA power plant rehabilitation 29 cent advance the fed-
per on
Water Survey and Start Work Monday ,project which started' (Continued OD Page Four) snerUT.totptctorsi JT. E. McLaughlin

last week.
K Precinct 11 Guild Hall: Mr
. Preliminary survey work on tbe In a letter to County Engineer Before the federal government
. Grocer to Start Half Pearl Davis, clerk; Jim Campbell.
water control project, already Friedman from B. R. Van Leer I'will consent to purchase Homestead 28 Tom firewsr )fn. L. G. Buggies,
fully approved by the Works Prof- dean of the school of engineering, bonds In the amount of 123- Holiday on May inspectors; W. D. JMahan sherWT.

teas Mmil ltntlon. I* scheduled University of Florida. Ml. Van 000 Issued as collateral for the Precinct: II Box No. 1, Cave
Leer It dndor.1 the federal PWA loan that 1- partly financing AH office and business houses
Mattiel. Clerk Wm.
bldg. Bradley,
to start In this are within tti the project, the city must be free with the : ;
exceptionof
mapping project for the state of In Homestead, A. Murphy, Ed Breaker,C. W LttUe -
Bit Jew day a* a result of the Florida and the work in the Cram an pending litigation. grocery *tore*. lumber yards, Inspectors McKinley HarOee

arrival ben yesterday of H. 1. Homestead area will be done under This was the ruling of City Attorney fUUng station and one or two sheriff.

.r Jones who has been assigned to the direction of his department G. E. McCaakiU at a regular others close yesterday afternoonand
Precinct No. t Caws'bldg.
12 Box
the> project a* engineer in charge. meeting of the aMl Monday will observe the Thursday
New ef the appointment of Mr. Engineer Jones is now engaged night when Ira C Haycock and half-holiday until September. .; Gleula Dendy, elertq Trod

;, lone wag brought her Wednesday to the organization of field survey Don E. Femeyra, attorneys, appeared The bank will start the holiday Courtney Inspectors; McKinley
.
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from the county engineer' parties the personnel of which on behalf at their clients in season next week and all grocery Hardee. sheriff.Precinct
the Dade County planning board will be drawn from local WPA the territorial suit that ha* been store will begin Thursday afternoon 13, City Hall: Mr*. WV. >

which recommended the) water eolla, and the tint stages of the IB the courts) for several month, closing en May It, under a Sevel'), clerk; L. B. Diets Edward

control survey project to WPA work are scheduled to start Mon and I* still undecided. definite agreement. (reached yesterday Styling B. B Pullen, inspec

officials, The notice,Was received I day. Vita a declaim\ front Judge) ton, Jesse Cave, sheriff,



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pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. May 8. 19a1_

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FISHER TO STEP; 3 Women Seek to Become !, CHURCH NOTICES i MLTIK Mw It Matter PAUl CHURCH Day .*- f3
I Members of Committee j M 1
dress ky Judge W. H Aeckku i ln t.e -,
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OUT OF RACE FORSUPDUMMENT I Sortl, node...41..tr foe tile no.: Bjurnsr cntcn --> adtla.aL.
Dade rawly UnweiraW 4=.00- .....Marm tae: stemma
,liar mraaailtos. Ube alt balsa M e>Jb.111.......'. Treat." Cvrr 1 j---
;t have oaUVrt. far tile office: bv tact Mathew OaF nrecrams jj Green Lantern: Restaurant
dude Mr*. Mattie L Bradley and dvertrd kr Mm.G... f,. gee.. j
B. C OuiMMler of ......... ......... orrHcaa ADJOV11"G' HOTEL &lDIAND CIaIdn Diaaet 11.
Charles H rtctwr. for If T-sew Sink Dtaaer Pie
r years Western
, precinct Tt; Mrs Due Roberts andGet "ctrriaMe".... ...
Jto
CUdc CtaBt/tl MpertBtnilnt Cpubbc I Regular Dunes
W Jr 1
Teary of Xedlaol.
IMtnirtlo n4 entered _: LhtlihYLtN tCOOtCtMap AD Kids ., abase-lade SaUwkIlNI
Precinct I 11; and Mr*. Flats D. II tuna-turmam
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tta pnm>rr taoto M a caodUUU I
I
r I M/cr and WOUm J Oratunoof topicsAdaa*sad FiBre Itaa",
fOl'1 Florida City pracraet "7X"jboutTOTOM" r
north will wtttxJrtw from the -
ram -for tee and o* the school HOXCrrCAD METHODISTCHUICH $480,000 TO THE WINDS .1

'"*" ." b. told a irpnMBUtiwta Horantrad end Reds rid 1M L"drwlaoer wlee Is Wednesday afternoon. WIN taU part in a nrlftJ'C 4011- I I irbMto ..4 1W UMU! Dade Kedf 4.

., Mr 1'IIbt'-nwd.> pvIidpI1,i I Vale scheduled for the dMrictrotimnuuii I errvice ; Dade SENT ..................................................930OW;
f the Itancln4 and Fkrlda Cray | of Future farmer to
"Isoole far five years before hk! be held ni'Miaau today and lo- i Dade RECEIVED ..... ........................ .-. ...$140,00: ? "
r aM.et w County mpefHMtndenl' I Iin I rasSSTTERRAN) an..enMa If want it stopped rote for
\ 1.20 Ut debated & C. IUO,' 1 It- Moraine topic,: I you
.,ho had htaMtf held the .flk.tor AO rOIl,"". Walter Mood I -J_ not JIM Meeker: ; ERNEST IL
1/J Tan. Dada CouBtjt thcrar ; W. H Huwil and aevenl rirndt I cocaine topic: ''T'" Cause and
>. hu 1114.* two school dtxrmumlrnU from the Miami, area Thr Ri*', iMtcBt of .....'. Prayer- GRAHAMPail eth4atAdrSTATE SENATOR
( In the tat 12 rears fofte and Nelson> Croats are hi my Eaertal farrUamm iaUM .,.. .
Asked why be ww withdrawing used on thee tithing expedition" al !. a. ao. I
from the priauiy cacc. Mr Timber
mwl b* left Out four terms of
., .ems tub was H keg as'Z
ittjont should erre In the ntptrinlnKktifi I
offk. and be believed
t that..... blood and fresh .rise
mould be good far the school tys-

tmThit
dcctebn has not been'
melted: addea y." Mr Fiber
MSd.but ia the rewlt X several
smooths' eooslderation,"
Mr rWkrfiKvfnaenti until thisweek }
: were loon i ManbaU Miaou
lawyer" and former member
of the county cbool board, and D. I
Millard WbeUtone Yesterday '
mornlnf it became known that
Jjmrt' T Wlbn es. principal M theMiami
Beech schools, and former I
principal of the HoawstN and
Florida City schools bad Urd his
cjiKUdacjr with the cavity Ovtnorauc -
I executive canunittee and
t!.<' clerk of the circuit court


GONE .4..IUHL'C' Only one

Threat motor ...... loaded
kith Homestead Ubmaen and
J eiurugb supplies for a _ki es- prominent refinermanufactures
union left here early Sunday
morniac for Cape Sable water,,
and sellsOnly
whence they are expected to reim -
the Utter pert .. this wart
Two city eDuocdmen Frank &
life aid Henry Brookn- Jr are one
member of the party which_
,J" nudes Bud Kelaaev Carl Crawdy,


motor fuel. And
every h
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Stafford f CaMwellGOVERNOR drop is sold under

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Is" 10080W r_ In IM.-.iN.y.aaee. gives unfailing top-performance In
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=-caeca" haw...:--=w..= ... i any automobile bus. truck tractor -
1.r. Maw -..e I
:= :=aim.ar..er= Wa..r.ur
tar Yt..aiwu.a or stationary gas engine
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,a..tM Alb:r tV tr W t : teat t at regular price a
a..w .- au.at gas
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Friday, May 8, 1936. THE ENTERPRISE Paw Three

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1. Shrine Musicians Will
World's Champs"
MAY DIAMOND BALL j
Feature Diamond Games

Downed by Local SCHEDULE The Brooker-Horne and Burton- ,' ; W. ROSS BURTON :
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Diamond Ball Team Rotary diamond ball games I
May II-Rustic Inn vs Tavwnler day night should draw u record ,
The Crimson Coach Tobtecoa of I ; Brooker vs Florid Qty. crowd, not only to witness a couple Candidate forJudge !
of fast contest but to listen to''i "
Toledo Ohio who call themselvesthe May 11-Rotary vs Burton,
the strains of the Shrine band and
,
world' diamond ball Hone vs. Brooke i
champion ''
chanters of Mahi Temple, Miami
team came to Homestead for a May 1 -Tavemkr vs. Rotary betwet'n'.1Im
who will
give u concert
practice game with Braokcr Lumber Florida City vs. Home '
<"S on the municipal hold
Co. last night and left on the May U-Mutate Inn vs. Burton
short end of a 4-2 score after Brooker vs Florida City STILL DESTROYED I{ of the
I
ten innings .f some of the beat Thirteen burrrl of iiw.ti and athreebarrel '
I
and some of the worst ball playedon pot were destroyed'I
Packers and Key I Civil Court of
the municipal field. at u liquor still found by Constable
The champs" scored their two Joe> S"al'bol'Oullhfnurth mil!' I
Winners in Tame
runs In the first inning on three north of the H 11"i III 11 (' 1\ <'.mal
bantu on balls and a single Brook about four mil('" .>, the t Record
Mid-week Games I .... .. .
with -
er came through two to tIe
the score I in the eighth inning on

singles by Barrow,' and Brooker, Cloninger Packing, ('0.. of Fiui-i -
fielder' cioice: by Elmer Sullivan Ida City although out-hit t" I, 8 -

nnd Thomas and two onset on outlasted W D Homo C.< t<> \\ .I'
bulls 6-5 in the A league diamond I b II i .. .It.pria
Wynn singled in the two runs game played on the muni p i[ I The Lawyers of Dado
In the tenth after Brooker singled field Wednesday night Tcm.a w

and Thomaa doubled. defeated Burton'i Departme County Will"Tell You .
"Cannonball" Bailey struck out Store 4>S in the B league tone .
12 men but was touched for seven .
hits
Two of Ctonlngefs four a He's
hits while Thomas the Square-
was holding
single by Earl Rohrer and J tuple I
tobaccos to four. The Toledo In-
by Neill together with four error lie's Fair-
field made fix vAlch
errors contributed
by the Home team let in tour
to Its downfall. runs In the second Inning. and He's Qualified
Brooker was the hitting star of
the
Home's big inning was In
the game getting three singles out fifth When three runs were scored
of three official times at bat and on single by Field and farmer HELP ELECT HIM!
balls besides.
two bagel
getting on
double with
and a by Wittkop abase
balls and two errors The
on i "The records at the court new will skew any .ppenenUhav
BrookerWin rally was cut short when Fowls: approximately IIyears.
Rotary together been ea the public payroll
hit Farmer who wee on first ben ." says Mr. Barioa "aad during that time have drawn I
Opener GamesIn with a batted ball automatically from public funds mere this I17T.OOI."
putting him out. The Home team I
Diamond SeriesRotary Is considerably; strengthened with Maid PoIlIW A..wwtJooooootItl t '
the addition of Fo"gbbl; veteran "II""""'" "" ''l! I I I, 1111 1:11: !! ''I ,,1: 'I I '" "" '" ,; III ITT I :'''T'C''' Ii
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baseball player and manager j
Club overwhelmed Mate. of Walton Nurseries team last
cumbe 27-* and Thomas pitched year Take
two-hit ball tot Brooker LumberCo With the base full In the first
against W. D. Home Co., to of the leVf'nuLIttle, Burton
win S-l, ia the opening games of pitcher struck out to end the lIam
the Homestead diamond ball after Owen had singled Harvey GET ACfjllAINTED"TRIPin
league on the municipal field Mon- Rua had hit a double and Mis-

day night. tretta had walked. Malcolm hit
The two hits off Thomas were a fluke borne run which rolled Into
a double by Field and a triple byBrenner the cars in left field In the fifth tfoe ont9 COll t &
who was out when he inning.! Clements with a single
tried stretch it Into a home run. and a double and Maloney with
Brooker gumertd live hits off Ennia : two 'singles Jed the Tawmler hitting '
-priced CO/L
The Brooker\nlI.td."n"plendent. ,,

in new uniforms of white I
OILS Makes RunsIn
shirts and blue trousers, must have
felt self-conscious as they commit-
5th to Defeat
ed five errors, which however 4
were not costly except In the seventh -
Ponce de Leon ?
Inning when Roy Campbell -5I +

was walked. Brennor went out. I
Barrow to Brooker Elmer Sullivan Homestead High School d<
dropped Clyde Cossirmn's grounder feated Ponce de Leon High School
QoMtnun was forced at second diamond ball team, "-:>. Tin dto I
by Ennis and Campbell scored night on the municipal' field '-.:,, I
Sullivan again erred on Field's runs were scored by the 1 ir>,.i!.In.. ;
grounder but Wittkop was out the fifth inning/ Little hit .i hornet
Sullivan to Brooker to end the and Smith and Cloninger hit doubles -
Home rally for Homestead rioningei I ear

Gene Campbell, Home shortstop I got three hits out of three time, ,it
made sensational catches of bat and Smith got three out of I
Elmer Sullivan's and Brocket's four. Sullivan of Ponce hit a twu-
S fly balls in the sixth inning. bagger I

Extra base hits Were the featureof Ponce _... .. 202 000 1-5-8-3
,I notary's defeat of Mateeumbe, Homestead 010 060 x-7-9-7
with Nelll, Hlckson, Sincere and Batteries Ponce-Murray and
Ceveg hitting for the circuit Caves I Westberry Homestead-M ttson,
was leading run scorer with five i Cloninger and Cheshire r

counters.
Matecumbe played poor ball FUTURE FARMERS KILL COME Ito (Ift A
with Its team filled with substitutes OBSERVE MOTHER'S DAY
to take the places of the four Homestead chapter: Future JP e'"handyou the keys to a new Chevrolet It 0100 AN NOUN 4..0
Influenza-ridden tint stringers. Farmers of America invite the
j public to attend a reception In knotting theyuillbe the keys to your friendship

Her When do you propose to honor of their mothers Sunday
get married" I afternoon May 10, at the Future

Him: "Usually after the third j Farmer clubhouse on Krome ave- MEW riartcra --..w You are missing I whole lot'of
drlnk.-Ex. .. ...
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fbe.ahdeadsweethea& KNIC-ACTION RIDE
a
VOTE FOR f flowoIoIoo4 comfortable and more enjoyable, if you the _"'..., wfcrt>M. sees,

haven't experienced the many outstanding SOLID Inn ...-.....
PRESTON B. FHKIB advantage of the new 1936 Chevrolet TURRET TOP
NO DRAW VENTILATIONIN
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the Mat>b.e.iifid*w creates sad '.for 7t..., ed" trip in this only complete low grind SHOCKPBOOr iTTERIN0tewprked 0 .

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for HIGB-CCKF2SSt.Y time you wl b. Come In-today! ats Teresa CRATOat. AT
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COUNTYCOYIMISSIONER Oivaas..Mfmp.rhr/alaq CHKTROgCT! MOTO, CO., DETROIT, MICH.' $/lCC AND. us. il*
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TIlE MUM -- :tloncr In his attempt to regain the Seek Ouster Suit Decision to Avoid
post from which he> resigned two'I I

Published" Friday at lUmeiead 1-1 Link I year ago la order to rebuild his Halt of PWA Power Line Project .i
...-. by the Benin Dade >health> and personal business affair -
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V7 Bird Turner who wa defeated forth
BIARtllE.' Editor 0"b the narrow margin I j oral grant and toan totaling $U1000 ,- LAST RITES FOR..I

!I of its votrt! two yr ago took a | .

j Entered M second ,U null Told UsThat ,' mild dig at the statements of both I I Warning the council that the JAMES E. ELDER
his opponent He rifled to tee | matter of setting the city limit :
Mutter March 5, ItU, tt till post.Rice
.l ..........Florida, and-- i j I why Mr. RedoTt recital of ".B. I 1 woo a serious one with many ;
cient had bearing upon President Tom Harris suggested -
history" any angle, Funeral services for James Ed-
the Mt f March .. 1171SUB. the "tick of a tat br1aahnl
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will save one the difference between current condition and the! that It be postponed to the ward Elder who died at Mi home },i!

I U and 19 cent at aB movie I'1! problem of the immediate future next meeting and carefully ttud- on Epmon drive early but Saturday
.
PUCE I!.M A TEAR shows couth of Mod-Ik I' He alto read from the Lder-En- ted In the meantime wen conducted at the resl- j

I *> *. .> ,I terpri-e of June 22, 1934, in which In order to further expedite deuce at 2 p. m. Monday by the ,T
That ass condldalv tot county, I b* was quoted a* strongly advocating settlement the caw Judge Barn Rev R. P Marshall, former pajtor
MOTHER office promises. that IV elected bit, 1 modernized system, of will be reminded by the council of Silver Palm Methodist Church. :'

By Mary FrrreU Meal-am will hv a witon-Md: guM atatfamd watts control and pledged himself torIIIR.IUect" his. promise to make \ Arrangement, in charge of t

( Her only snails Of right and wrong at the Intersection *f Krom: to secure expert advise on this a personal inspection of the properties Turner Funeral Home of this city ,
It "Which It+ the best for main!" and Fluster .venue to show visit- vital subject If b*had been elected involved, all of which lie Included shipment of the body to
Undeviating. serene and strong. ting motor*** hew t, bop .gptd at that vine north of IJUv street and are not Orlando for cremation Active
She chart her certain court; thrmiitl th- sense *f Bnet signssad All *) tnemb-w *f tile board ofcI' supplied with sewer lines police pallbearers wen August and i
*, swig created) tt that' tnutee* taw Kedtaavi school fire and other city
Ruthless "'OIIJ, a woman wine arrow and protection Wynn Heuer, John and O B. Hurry .
'i busy ) sere Jaft ass; Turner said h* facilities, owners allege in the .
/ to vet, earner 'I I George M. Frlck and J. A.
was largely testrurnenta. la gaining { suit. Norwood. rik
Tender with womanly force The, .. thbrlcatim" procensiiyr aapDoi>rtaMoii for the gymnasium 4 '
I Naught" to her are dogma andHer ot secede papatofhtMMbout pW'slcian and butUteatlo e"*school The, disputed territory contalniWO Mr. Elder wa born In Park "
} acre '"f land, mostly unim- County, Indiana, In 1888,and
spent
ftMII, bad
will b* rearse bared bycertain. gMund* Hr said hr always ?
i heart know A simple *ongHer .local a mrspepsuanmett they l 1 I "been keenly Intevnted In bet general proved. U withdrawn by oourt his early yean on land which his
order from the 1929 ana of .200
,
I only test her children need are ever called on for character/ i welfare eX the eommunityand grandfather had homesteaded un-
A* to what 1. right and wrong testimony In hit behalf I a* secretary of th* Redland. acre, the new boundaries will embrace der the administration of John
I 3240 acre, or more than Qunlcy Adam, Andrew Jacksonand
I
\ -- a e I District Chamber*"f Commeroa
J That the building of a classy: : several yean, had Initiated many double the area of the city when James M. Polk: : He was t
MOTHER home In this It wan incorporated In 1113 with\ gradual of Bloomlngdale Academy. .
new city was inspired I) novemeatt toe the better-nent ot i.
By O. A. Compto. by a desire to get farther away I r the dUtrfct H. considered his 1,000 acre Bloomlngdale Ind.. and later

.t' An angel one. took from the ray, from the blatant radio' music of an i i I legal and putin*** training' received hit bachelor of art degree
of the gjtirsg night hot dog ttandt-and a* soon i fled him to reprawnt thrtirth _!*. FULLREPORTOFCONFERENCE from Earlham College" :Richmond

g The choke of the beams M they a* the plan were drawn the music I trieS eompetenrtyFbneral ; Ind. > .
blended in one wa stopped by police order. I I I After completing his educationhe
Services Held
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I la the left rainbow aU the rest at, evening and That the mantle may not fall on I I I For Mrs. Sarah B. Fox IS and entered was connected the journalistic with field Indianapolis -
the i
appointed crown prince in the
( At nurse the wild bees from the dailies' for several years
school superintendent nee I|I Mm Sarah GIVEN TO ROTES
1 white clover next Funeral services for He later returned to country Ute
Barbara Fox who died al her to devote himself> to stock: breedt

It kept nil the beauty save that CANDIDATES FORCOMMISSION !I I retkhmc on N. W. let street jest log and other grlcultural pursuit,

lea divine Monday, wr eanducted in the A complete report of the annual and served event terms In office
j Which tint the pale Diy and wild 'chapel of Turner Funeral Home I district conference at Tallahassee of public trust in his home .I

columbine I IN I I yesterday by the Rev. A. A. KoetUi last week by Delegate Dick city of Bloomlngdale, where h*
And only the purity found hew ,i I line, patter of the Homestead Brook, W. M. Fit leld. Jimmie Wol- married Mill Melt Newlin In 1901.
belowIn t I Methodist Church. Her body will lam, Charlie Cave and George In the fall ot 1924 Mr Elder:
the heart of the nun or the TALKS AT RALLYAware I, be interred la the family burial I Trick occupied the greater part acquired his present home in the

I uatallettynow_ j ground at Cocoa. Fla of the regular. session of Homestead Redland District, when he soon

of the Importune to this'I Mr. Fax was born in London Rotary Club at American entered actively into the civic and
I Tb the iflM iwan*. it rejected It gave to district. obtaining the best possible England II yean ago. and came I Legion hall Wtdnesda). agricultural life of the community
;
The song. too discordant la heard material for the office of to this country with her parent The first event of the conference He was recognized a* one of the
at the down county nenmltslones voter are when a child. She was a retired reported by George rick, leading figure in the dew'lop*
,I From bird singing manifetting\ keen tnterttt locally achool teacher and had been a I, wa the fellowship dinner, where ment of this Notion, and a* secretary
Bprtnjr-mat-d {
l love newly born, In the nee of Preston B. Bird tEL juldent ot Homestead. for 14year ; delegate from all quarter of the of the Redland District
Sweet tender and Redd and Charles O Tuntev, ,I state were Introduced and became Chamber of Commerce for a brie*
throbblngly
thrtlllni tie aim. who outlined their, pbUena at', She It survived by Out: eons bettor acquainted ;. Period;. Initiated; a number. of progressive :

'tile. Redland rally Saturday; I William F Four oTHotnottead Dr. i I A report on the district governor movement.
I The angel then wove In this! laborof lint .on the program, Blid,!' Raymond Fair TARn. Okla.,'and; '* annual message was given Mr. Elder served on the staff ot
love, formed mayor of Uoinettetdi; cited:i Paul & FM of Santo F.. N. M,J by W. M tlfleld. For the first the Homestead Leader some year
All of time Into one, then chose I his constant and active tnteret;|I I thmtaltltRlt' Mine Ruth E. : nine month of the' Rotary year an- -

j from above, In civic affair sine coining to Fox of Homeitead. Mr., B. A. My- : ttendone: averaged M.9 per cent Beside his widow he i*survivedby
A name;a sweet name,can there Homestead 14 yean ago H* reviewed er of Superior, Wit. and Mr*. Governor Alt Marshall tatd. One three son: James H. Elder ot

i be anotherIn his platform* published!j Chart M. Jones of Lawrence,I'' new club: (Belle Glade) had been Orange Park, Fla, Wiliam A.
\ heaven or earth that .It sweeter In local newspaper recently. awl Kan; and a lister Mr. A R.'', organized and 150 new Rotarlon Elder of Milwaukee. W..... and
than Mother pointed to result already follow I Pratt ot thin. city ;I had been added to the district Joseph A. Elder of Princeton; and
I Ins in this wake of his drive tortSteve I I roster during this time two sisters: Mn W. F. Blue of
'j' 0 Mother my Mother, the .
rough fire and :
protection the water
I{ Charlie Cave reported address Montezuma Ind, and Mn Lucy
hand of Time : an -
control and M. E. Chart Announces
drainage situation i i'
i
i E. Farver of North Manchester
Has by Ed McFaddin, directorof t ,
pressed on year brow but left Bird declined- make any Mother' Service: '
Ind.
you lubltme, promise, explaining that all expenditure -; Day :i Rotary International. ,..on '"TheLarger
For ;your unite hidet the furrow recommended by the' i I Scope oi Rotary", Then I I
he tried la enfold comraltslonMT were scrulttaizedclosely I I I A Mother Day service win be, are now approximately 188.000
presented In the Homestead Methodist = Rotariana In 4000 club In 83 LIONS TO HAVE
I Never no never! can he make :you by the county budget committee -: I I
old.f before they were finally Church at -11 clock Sunday countries of the world, and 112

f And rw still 4 child Mother approved With all bond moneyspent I Th. program follows: I I new year club Director have McFaddin been formed laid this POLICE ESCORTTO
n* fund an available atpresert
: when yw are nigh, Prelude Another
for new developments, he inspiring Address, by
i For the year fall away with. your said. H* would, however see that I Introit, "The* Lord I* in His Dr. George R. Schuls of the CONVENTION ;
on lullaby, the ,Temple," by choir I IHymn I frostproof club, on ""1'011N.Uon*
existing of jwad
system
Your tweet lullaby that can still mtinttlned properly wa (congregation landing).i al Patriotism International Un-

.t banish ear.A *-.. would strive to open up virgin arid Apostle's Creed. derttandlng. won reported by In recognition of Itt successful ,
g song from. you* soul that I* farm land In the Highland and Prayer response by choir 'Hear'I!' Delegate. Fifield. I effort in the cause of safer on
wrapped too I Our Prayer" the of this district Red-
prayer highway
; Royal Palm state park area Just : | James Wollam outlined a pre-
a* quickly a* finance would per-I Anthem The Nation Prayer", MAt&tlon on the Rotary Foundation land District Lions Club, with the
,'j' HOME aWAOTnriCATIO Inik by choir. by Bill Branch ef Orlando. .club from Miami and Miami t
cotuc om-KED AOAIV! Quoting figure pertaining, tog I Psalm BO (congregation stead George Frtck, club secretary, Beach, hat been offered a slate\ po- \
the finances and ing); responseGlaris PatriI ". mad a report on the luncheon Lic* escort from here to the district -
physical tttets of I given -
Adult court &. home b.auuo. i
I I Scripture lessen Proverb IIIi : *- for convention In Tollaha.see on
Dad County which he termed incoming Presidents and '
flcaUoa are being offered by theeicutwral $21000000 corporation, Bird (aid1 a i 131: response. Camp of My Fret"by I aecretarte on the lost day of the June: .Td'8 by the road patrol;; g
department of Home i I choir ''conferea division of the state road department -
only the highest type of executive! ** Interesting talks w.rt.m.d.
ted High? School, under the direction 'I Announcements.
ability should be drafted to serve i ion |
of I
George N.
Wtkefield. the managing board, and referred -:''i I Baptismal service I nom-inee This. announcement, made by
who hat bad to many request* for Soprano solo by:Mr;. Wm. Mus-1
aW In landscaping home ground to hit" own successful business I ItelwhlMOnVrtory.. nor Alf Marshall and C. McFaddin Lion W. I. Flsk: at Tuesday1 session
that he bat been career a* an example of the { Av MJIINdeM ..... Home- of the club was retted with
prompted "
this popular to offer qualities needed 1ft the offie* he. : : response; (:rant Thy I ttead wow Brat prier far the larg- applaua Lions Flsk .. It Gal-
course again seeks i Blessing" by choir. i i et number*delegate In prop rlion.t. laher and J:. L. Lawrence were
The horo beautification' ,course Pioneer day IB the R dlanj district j' Special "My Mother* Prayer"by ... also. of club and distance appointed by President Charles

Include the planning of grevwHv, wen reviewed by Rrdd, who,j; choir traveled, with Fahota taking*econd Pratt on the committee In charge '
grouping't Naafi I proper aeiee- pointed ,to his record ol aeeempU.hments Sermon Tb* Gocpel'f Mary"by honors other prissy Awardswent II of convention arrangement. y
teL placate and their care and during 14 of) pntor to AuburncM for ,
IdeotUlttUon,. butktlag rock yearn Church membership. pewnUge The meeting wa featured by
grdwuv f
active service a* county commie membenhtIneretM.
New
{ the initiation of Dr B. t: Gatlin,
pooh! and rock: furniture and alone Mud *f the n-martabMJ, BenedlcOoa.", .oZ uo"T'. e ,3"rM for petventiig of attend-* Dr Frank
Dearborn Gordon L.
Sevenfold I II g I
Amen.
thyplantb eppropnat tot rack, .
progress thowa by this motion sewer lacrosse. JUln-
City and Walter: and W. T. McConnell. A*
the propagation of ornamentals. Irving Lyon i* director of the We !if i
during hla'sucoesslver term of office I Key *, rwpecttwly three and
prisoners dressed In regulation
,
trait ....& eutlMral direction choir and Mrs. J, D. .
for Rind
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pianfet. -
lie second gar tb
due
I s.lo w** krgrjr f number *C IWary- convict stripes, the four initiate
.
and1
MMUsat
perennial Van o-op-4ttlon which be had SOl Anna present a* the loathsome tn i I
'Mtthotfe: veedr to were given the benefit of a court
develop wy managed to obtain from hit. proportion, to mileage, I
trial and > found
fc .. .. eventually were
bJill..HI by MATB11U>
MA.VEThe
laW Ifl favlfcttar
a-j on the mainly, beard for the MM dl' guilty of various offense
hwtfotoa alhtea lectures by elected, be would eonttau to.workin Presbyterian Men' Club, at'!' trtet eonftucnc* wor l"lWltd1It The Rev J, Richard Olson of
limb bndeea**kreWtocto harmony with'thfrtert of the! a 'meeting at the home of D. PBlear : : JxkwAvnte and: Dayto. Milwaukee former district
I
sowerror
to- pc-jpsrt1f where the retuftt : board and with the 1 In South Mach "
budge com Allaparteh Car; They will be voted or bt of Lion international for
its JImd-- may ba arm mm**, to order to protect the bt'ell! den Friday night dictmcd the tIIaIrtet prwideet. .* trio nest is- Wisconsin and extensively known "

Classes Inset Itt the 'I mttrtst of the Redland District advisability of building a tasty,tewt .lrJulr lecturer on "Western Wonder-

classrooms of the school ai f30: > I lie said. for the church and derided to dercuss t. Guests .* for WtmeaeMtt ,lunlte lands". outlined briefly the fllut-
; ro. awry Wo *. The lint I Thorough......,* .f the MIl the subject further tt an i,* .. WedMtetor tocluoV ht..traced lecture.. Yellowstone National ',
.Ioa tide week was welt and ability to. cop with the Ira meeting at the horn of J R.f Re*. So Richardlcfaatd 0I'e0It It Imwau.! Park which he I* scheduled t

n The Course to egged free oiltitrtj ahead 'were the ,chief argument I Hlckson in Nartnja at I clock! Wlmn w'-' WWI" a \nit 114111wshew to present at the Radiant Lion I
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. *, >to>.car* pIM1 women .- J advanced, by the' former commla-| tonight i '. clubhouse next Tuesday evening.


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8._ 9i6._ THfi LEADBRNTBRPRI8E) Pare Ffv


ditkms. were suggested by COW SIX ASPIRANTS In vaflou* posMiona. He proposed I Touching on business method
J
SIIOLTZ RUNNING :
weJL First, h* would support to establish a county road petrel' Coleman said his office wa* '
and modem deteotiva bureau la I handled under a system wUttt
bin for tilt complete reorganization:
LIKE WILDCATS of the state government Second,: TO SHERIFFS JOB control L. It. the Weston existing runner-up crime wave.at the'I All left no legal loophole documents* far KfrgulurKfet wore served.

he would see that every appropriation last election, also pointed to a sue promptly, h* said, and ht had
1 SPEAKER SAYS bill was carefully! ana BID FOR VOTES cessfui career as an officer of the turned 'back to the board of county
lysed by the governor and all law for the past several :year Mo Commissioners about $20,000 in excess -
waktt eliminated. Third, he would, Th entire field of six candl- stressed the fact that he was not tees during the past two
insist that the state auditing system |I dales for the post of Dads County
Governor Group! Provides supported by any newspapers year H* pledged himself to cookie
be strengthened; he declared sheriff WM on hand at the Saturday cliques or political (faction, and tine the same type of service If '
Dramatic Momentat that the state road department had rally at Rcdland school to tell pledged an honest, capable and he it re-elected. :
Rally not been audited alnct July 1933. several thousand voters of the bualnessUlct administration I f .

:It. B Oautier former mayor of Redland District exactly why they chosen for the offlct. JIll promised a 7
Perhaps the moat dramatic Incident Miami now running for governor, were making their bid for Out' to retain a competent deputy in Baptist Church to Have I
In the all-day Benton of devoted much of his speaking time highly responsible oil ice. the Homestead are a* h* believes Mother Day Program
political oratory that assailed the' to eulogising the Townsend plan, Dan hardie! pioneer Citizen and the south end of the county to f

ears of a large audience at Bed which h* said was a thousand ex-sheriff, touched briefly on the entitled to this protection and *tr<> I.f.... Geo. I. Reed and W tliin ...
land school last Saturday eras the time fetter than the Rocketeller- event seeding to his removal same vice.Ernest will Moth-
expression present a
bitter denunciation of the .ta....* Morgan plan under which the three yean ago after only 10 IL Williams admitted er'a Day at the First Baptist
In montha' service la the office to lack of previous experience in program
chief executive by Vernon Haw people were suffering today a Church Sunday 6
evening at
thorns" speaking on behalf of bit fiery denunciation of vested which! he had been elected by the dealing with criminals and said t'clock. .
f friend, & I*. Paty West Palm wealth, Oautier warned his audience people He paid his compliments the office demand I businessman
Beach candidate for governor. to beware of the chain store to Governor Sholta by declaring not merely a policeman. Those who will take part art!
Hawthorne minced M word*. Interests and other big corporations that "he (Hardle) had been put Ht spoke of Ms training In loathing f Marjorie Fog Marie Basher, MyJan
1 which already had sufficientcandidates Out of office by the mott dlsrtpu- and clerical position and n Bashor Virginia Leo,
"I have met Governor Sholts. t
happen to know him penontll1.ni' in the field' to control table white man In the Mat of pointed. to- his business auccws mea I Betty Joy Lee Janice Let and
he began quietly "I know he the government of Florida If they Florida." I promoter and organiser at let. I Faye Campbell. In a pantomime
hasn't a single /drop of red Anvtr were elected. Gautiar also described Ho am attack the record of laundry and soft-drink concern I hey will be assisted by Jeanette
lean blood in his veins I even pioneer condition in Dade Sheriff Coleman, laying gangstersand in Dad County. H* promised to I Cox, Vera Sage and Tenny Tor-
know the color of till liver." Hawthorne County, where ht ha resided for big gambling Joint were I comet: conditions by disrupting I Bert.
thundered. There was sin the past II year stringer In number and political 'I the group of "professional officeseekers"
Immediate and noisy response W. C. Hodges, state senator and Influence than they wen when the who, he said were responsible -
from'the crowd. author of the homestead exemption Incumbent was sworn In. He asked for la.itIn law enforcement William C. Dodges

"SholU la the greatest political I act,slid 100,000 rim-Id homed for a chance to "come back"
I had become exempt from taxes a* and clean up the situation! Sheriff D. C. Coleman stated
that was created
ever
impostor
the direct result of hit statewide Leslie that, regardless of the criticismof
continued Quill outlined his early
the speaker warning I
Ms opponents, the record of hisoffice
his hearers that the main Issue In campaign On behalf of the meat successes aa an athlete and enter*I'
the gubernatorial campaign wa urt. Ht proposw to defend the taller, and took credit for buildingup was not excelled In this or
"exemption act from vicious ate the Miami any other state. Ht pointed to Installation .
not school nor taxation, but the police fore Into one
tank if ht Is chosen and of I modern radio system .
perpetuation of the SholU regime governor of the moat efficient In the country
through a widespread ring of to let that the act Is preserved and when he wits chief of that 0,. on patrol cars and other Improvements
"subservient henchmen. "Don't IU benefit Increased H* laid htwa captation. He mentioned the raoial which he had Initiat
be misled," he said "the present a vigorous opponent Of the situation in Miami, Which he ed. the No scandal had been attachedto
sales tax proposal while presidentof said was getting out of office during hit Incumbency
governor I It running like a bunchof Hand under he said.
wildcats, although he goes out the senate and would veto any the present sheriff, and promised
of office at the end of thi year"! attempt by the next legislature to regulate the negro Clement by I,
Impose such a tax in any form. An stern method when If''I
Hitting directly at two of Paty' necessary
von FOR
adequate system Of Aid age pensions I he was elected.
opponents without mentioning would be given his earnest tart H. Venn reviewed longs'
names Hawthorn demanded to 'I'I
Support Hodges
know why certain candidate In concluded. record of law enforcement service I COLIN ENGLISH

the gubernatorial race, who had for .It
taken an active part In the passage -
df the slot machine taws while State Superintendent
member of the house and ante, J* D..REDD W raw Instruction Submits Ills Caaaldaey far
now maintained an almost mm
't! plet silence on the subject Candidate GOVERNORor

Saying that "We must look for
better mac If we want better ton for FLORIDA
ditlon In florid*," Hawthorne to the People tf This state

dwelt at length upon the 'blll"1 M I see/.r to pomiarrons Possesses
CountyCommissioner
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courage and a"honesty tf OIMM' Si oppose \to a agile tog
he said wa man that would nv>- I sad all other ..,.._ '*_

er betray. a publla trust I I nnr.KS fa.-n Old An and Mitfkra -
PuwloM jsrw Automobile I Tan
In somewhat similar vein Dan : .
a taking tat M .sabre. owl kf ttahrnM
Chappsl" Miami gubernatorial can Districts: 'I h.. and ,._-' IIMIKH
dldatt, attacked the present state I % ladu.tr,
ROM.Rs il nJ fmUHrawir to. nvn.PMHH. .
Your vote and (
administration asserting that supports
gt the Nn R. Ta H (X.
Sheila had encouraged IlinlUN ANaNiNarT> see the ....
: > solicited on basis of my ....._...0' 'IU ....... H. w"reed For
of a new mob of "We Need ENGLISH U this .-...." tkrmck an to kola
stead of keeping this I th.-mttli"l past record out IIeIMoIe" l Ch.oI" hb. ".; In a.n.te and
1 "b.fnw mvfa fore nil I
of the suit and .\ A Native of FloridaTralaed. tl.ation.

paign pledge. ,,1'... PoIl.1eaI Ad.ertJ..ta.wll Exatrleaoad.. HOtXlM UN hi. 4t. s R.m4ihta
Stressing the need for economy Capable.Paid ,.di..1 .err .ft Aileen
::r.i:, ; .
In government, not merely a* "a I. I ( for by local friends) _100 ,t.,., ,."In av chi.. an.nda.a.feteunlne the
platitude to gain votes," Chappell I .raw ..\,._ A.."...&M1 I
said expenditures must be era.tlc-I FOR I- ..
ally cut at there could be II I
perity in the state without decreasing . ,. .. .. -
the tax burden. No new I Justice of the Peace THisvNATIDNALHDUSING

form of taxation should be Im- I ACT
posed hereafter until approved by I hereby essence my candidacy fa* Iwrttet tf Ute
a referendum vote of tile I eaee. Ito district' *f Dad Caanly tabled to the IMiMfMtM
Chappell declared. He primary lit Jane, I will aperetlate your veto and soapnrv J 1 /1
old peoPle'j' A vet fee A. W. JONES mean honesty Integrity and Justice
sit pension program tor alb I have M ceiideinnaUon to stake tr others but stand
that he was responsible en my past record with malice toward BOB*.
Florida legislature l
congress on behalf of memor.IIZln'j -------------
pension plan when be A. W. JONES

hassee aa a representative from (,... .MSesl 'A4.--.' EVERY HOME OWNER
Dade County. I _.
Stafford Caldwell, another Miami ";

candidate the educational for governor program, indorsed ..1 CARL HOLMER JR.For may now reroof and repair his homeon

advanced by the school: leader .
Why don't take
and said that erlUctem of the ". easy terms. you

called school lobby" was unfair.If .1 Re-election u advantage of it?
elected governor, ht would head
such a lobby personally ht Said.H Supervisor Registration
' ; proposed toW enforce honest NO MORTGAGE NECESSARY.Come .
: election and definitely

the bre.kJp polls. fraudulent practice at I Dade hat neter had aa In and let us arrange the

I' :Three remedies for present con election scandal or ballot details for you.Brooker .

a box tufting since he

DRM.A.BERGERDentist, :Waa first elected in 191&

I] Lumber Co.

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I He will continue his aggressive ,

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Office Hour 8:30-:30
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I Mr. and Mn. Clyde Simpson of for sixteen years hat been actively W. H. BECKUAM: TO DELIVER
Homestead moved Friday to the engaged In school work in Florida MOTHERS DAY ADDKE4S:
Robert Bmfcett cottage on Eighth kt a candidate for the .*& A Mother Day address will be
In and AroundRotneslead I jstreet twenty occupied by Mr*. nice el state superintendent el delivered atM Mvet PubS Community -
M./Walkup public Inttrucfton. Church Sunday at 11 a. m.
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English It a native of Lee County by W H. Beckham. Mill of the
I Mr. and Mrt. C. 1. Rhode and Fla., forty yean old, a World Dade County juvenile court.
baby and ...... Rhode1 mother, Wet veteran, married and has one
.moved Saturday from Homestead child. He It t property owner and
to the Hem cottage on Avenue B. tax payer. He holds a tuperln-
tendent'a diploma and hat advanced ErnestERoberls
Mr. and Mra. Raymond Flaming Miami on Monday. His lormor''r Mr. and Mn. J. a Stanmom and training in school admin-
Mia Ruth Painter plan to leave Ittratton, tchool finance and achool
itt Southampton. Long bland who home In Redland now beloa.i to I
an\'l'n visiting. moat of the Mr and Mn. Chat. O. Turner. Wednesday for Petersburg W. Va.-; business managementHe I ---------
winter at the home of Mr. and Mn. I I where they will speed the tummer. has successfully served as r ,
8. F. Matthew, motored north Mr. and 1/1./ ... Floyd Fogl moved They wiU be aecompanled by Mr.I teacher, principal and county superintendent lJ'
Tuesday. Mia May Berlin who Sunday from the Sherwood Mid Mn. Herbert Young. who will und has worked in .11....
went with them it to stop off In Hudson place la Redland to a go to Elkta. W. V* north, south and middle Florida I .
Maryland where the plant to house on East Avocado drive. Mr. l His qualifications for ichool administration II
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spend the summer. The Fleming! and Mrs. Hudson and their family Fred Parlla left Tuesday for his were recognized b>
expect to be back In the fall. are expected to return noon ;, hone in Charleston, vt. Ii the University of Florida Jut year:j
from North Carolina where they I when he was engaged by that institution -
Mr. and Mrs. David Snow left
Mr. an4 Mr*. P. E. Scott who have been for several months. to direct Itt ..ummerCOUI'M
Monday for their hummer home
had been visiting Mr*. Scotft par I I'in) Branford. Conn.E. .in public school odminis'tration. r' dr1;
nU, Mr. and Mra. H. s. Clark for David Jones, Marvin Sneed and ps
two months left Monday to visit John Smith who have spent the P. Hepner left Thursday for Hit training, experience and J
101.... Scotff titter In New York. winter In Homestead left Sundayfor Moorfield, W. Va. ability, Ideally fit him for the position -
Pahokee where they will remain of tttte superintendent aq
Miss Bessie. Woodcock hat returned for the packing season. Mr. and Mrs Hobart Brockett I .
to Springfield, 0., after left Monday for their home in I
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visiting her brother-in-law and Little Margaret Koael spent the North Haven Conn. Mr*. Chaun- fLORA F. ENGLAND
muter Mr. and Mn.R. H. Groover, week-end In Redland with her cy Upson of Branford, Cann., made
for the part three mo .th.. grandparent, Mr. and Mn. Ceo. the trip north with them.
W. Kneel and returned to her homeat
Mr. and Mr*. Alex Lanier and Chapman Field with her parents Lawrence Becker left Tuesdayfor Candidate for
Mill Lillian Johnston left last Mr. and Mn. Ceo. W, ICoN, Pahokee.
week for Pahokee. Jr., who alto spent Sunday at DADE COUNTY
Jungle Grove. Mn. S. S. Shields visited friend
Mr. and Mra. Hollltter Safe In Miami from Friday till Monday.
left Homestead Juvenile Court Juage
Monday for Pom-
Mist Abble E. Holden of Omaha, .
pano where they planned to spend Neb., special representative and Mr. Johnny Becker and Miss
a day or two before leaving for' assistant of Mrt. Dora Alexander Ingeborg Mattaon spent Thursday Subject<< to lane Democratic
1 their horn In Woodbury, Conn Talley, national president of the aa guests of Mrs. E. E..Atkinson rrimartea
Woodmen't Circle and Mn. Myrtle at Royal Palm Lodgo.Mn. .
Mr and Mn. Alvin Campbellwill .........
A. Depew of Fort Pierce, district /Paid tolltW Abort. ')
leave this week-end to spend manager, were in Homestead J. K. Scott left Monday for
the summer touring Georgia and on business Wednesday. a visit with a daughter, Mr Ida
South Carolina They plan to return Flowers, in Miami Beach.
August I. 4 Candidate for Election to
FLORIDA CITY The Juniors of the Free Methodist Vote for
Albert Minman underwent a Mrs \T, W. curry, CarrMp.ndnt Church will hold a business Dade Co. School Board

minor operation in the Post Graduate _..M..._........._....___ meeting Tuesday tt 1,30 in the District I-ntln district Mutht Judge A.Be Small
hoIpi'Mand..,. church.
Tamlaml
Mn. Jas. M. Dobbin Mn. Wm. Trail.
: t Myen, Mn. John Rdhrer, Mn. Your veto and nrprl will
Mrs. tt H. Hlner left Sunday fora The Rev. W. M. Bate of Tampa .
two-wtek R. J. Shepherd and Mn. a W. a.era the eearteeua ems(
Visit
with
Mr. and
will conduct the quarterly meeting ,
Mrs Newton Merrill In Winter Mulllnt attended the district mlttlonary at the Free Methodist Church cleat and Impartial conduct
Park.A meeting at the Tamlaml of the attain of this office.
Temple, In Miami Wednesday.The o'clock.Wednesday evening, May/ 13, af 8 (fM Utfai Adwrtlwrmtl

six and a half pound 'daughter -
Sarah Louise, was born to Florida City P.-T. A. had The Rev. (;eo. E. Deuel filled the :_ !
Mr and Mr. C. W. Watkins of itt May meeting at the city hall pulpit of the Community Church
I'nnceton in the Post Graduate Tuesday evening with the vice- Sunday night in place of the new ReelectPurchasing
hospital Sunday. president Mn. John Rohrer, pre- pastor, the Rev C. G. Nelson, who i
tiding. Mn. Blanche Chapmangot had that afternoon taken Mrt.NeUon i
M.... C. O. Nelson the crab wood and walnut
wife of the in a serious condition to
pastor of the Redland and Florida lamp told by Mn. Harry Cooper't the University hospital in Coral C. L WHEAT
City Community Churches It aert- room. The fifth grade was awarded Cable '
ously ill in the University hospital the half holiday for having the
in Coral Gables to which the belt parent attendance. Colin
English Would
v MIS taken I tg?
Sunday afternoon.. 1
The Ladle Aid Society of the Head State Schools r

Mr. and Mn. Frank Webb are Community Church held IU May I OF
now living In their new home on meeting at the church on Wednesday Clermont May 7-Colin Englhii
East Kings Highway. afternoon. principal of the Ocala school who Candidate for Nomination to
Succeed Himself a*
; Mr. and Mr*. Elmer Sullivan Mti: Frank Stalling*, of South
spent the week-end near Val- was a guest in Florida City I 'ELECT Judge of the

doata. Ga. Wednetdty.Mn. 6 Civil Court of Record
: W. E. VAN
LOONSupervisor
Mr. and Mn. Orlando Wollam M. "Sllverman who hat Jane DeoMcralie Primary
announce the birth of a seven been Ul for several week u now
pound daughter at the Post Graduate able to be out again. Your Support Will Be .

hospital Wednesday Mra. Wol- Appreciated .c
lam before her
marriage was Miss
Inn CoUIn (Paid ?&Kk.l _." M
W. Cecil Watson !l .

Mr and Mn. W. A. Murphy and -
Henry Behrera attended the Republican -
j. state convention in Orlando L Agent Would Protect People'sRights
last
weeka
and Slate Assets

a Mlle Myrtle Moaer of Hollywood -
It visiting Mr. and MrsRob A native Floridian.
ert Glenn i
I .1 n a Educated in the public -
Mr. and Mn Pout Lucas of Miami
:; and young; ton, Charles ult- schools of Dade !
ed Mn. Clan Van Winkle and County. '
family Sunday

.- The only candidate f in
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Mr. and Mr .
Clyde Simpson ,
have moved to Florida City. I the Purchasing Agent k''
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race that is a former
: Frank .Dych completed the
: mnoving of hi* Syrup business to South! Dade County

I of man. Lived at Terrine NI

I and attended public
I RegistrationVAN
, D&B.E.GATLINDentist I school there.WHEAT I

Candidate for LOON will devote :

, ., : his ENTIRE TIME to has served SAMUEL W. CETZEN

I I Clerk of the Criminal this,office. South Dade County well I Candidate far .

. Office in Hausman BIdg. i Court of Record I Your Vote and Support : -ask your merchants. lu STATE Me platform TREASURER M,. Ceu a 'iI

I II ,tiles, "Af State Treasurer and .
June Dewecraiu Primary II I II Will Be Appreciated Every Promise Made j member of the varioo. eenttitntlonal '

: Phone. 83IfOMUTKAD : Your Vote and Support I 8 bject DeneeraUeJaoa. primary : Has Been Fulfilled State Boanla, 1 haH trtetrynforc .
I R ttl e Iowa for protection ef t ie '
FLORIDA I Will Be Appreciated I people and the awes .f tae State
. Ii (ftw /Paid. Pralod Adw.M.sets PaW PMal.et Adaalesea, of: Florida.'' .

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THE LIBRARIANS CORNER t ceMtot shut the oaks door i
I I Against. the nlghft dark hue I IOr
? HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS BY MRS. Ik l. BOW, UORABIAXLiaiiar \
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. BY NELLA UtUH..H."m. BOVMMwMUy in Norfolk, VlrgWa HIS lathe
._.._ .... .. WMhiMhy Tktnit,: M s. at followed the west-ward Mil and never hear the restless sea i
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Kn Edward room won the week have been making their reports satwdv: I .. ..|t c M e. i*., 7n.. a. was one of the original California But that the aching heart of me
dollar award taut Friday night It on historical novel Forty-niners No one with 'such 'hal'llllor you, more and more
the P-T A. meeting Theodore Knowht and W D. From the Chemical Foundation a heritage could sit aWl and watch

Mia Jackson pupils as interested Lott gave some books to the school Company we have received a copy the world go by. This la not a I cannot pass the rocking emir
la boat making. They are library last week. I of "America Strikes Back a Rec- book which can be read without I By the windows In the ball;
going to matte little bouts with The supplementary work In I ord of Contrast,'' written by Gus- thought one who tackle lit) page Or kneel to say an evening prayer,
p d4M and they will have a little English next week Is to learn 40 I Uvus Myen. From the Philadelphia must be willing to do some thinking But that I hear you calls
tank to put them ID They have lines of "The Vision of Sir Launfal Public Ledger we quote "At At the present moment it I* )
been studying the siphon and ." The senior English claw It last Uncle Sam ha found a defender offered to. our many candidate for I never see a crystal yea
hour to use It. The clan it well memorizing .When Earth Last If your faith In America various political offices with the Of violet wet with dew;
pleased with the picture of the Picture Is Painted" by Kipling, to waning. read America Strikes suggestion they may find material Or look upon a mother face
thins bear that Joe Netbilt and "In Memoriam" by Tennyson. Back'." And Charles A. Beard here to help out those ttme-wern But my .heart cry out for you .
brought for the room and It hu Mrs Johnsons sanitation elas say, "It Is one of the few booksof speeches they have been making Marie Cepph
attractively; decoratod the room Is studying The Need for Rest. the season that IS NEEDED." The public win be grateful It will
with border of little girls with Some grown-ups also may need to And John Chamberlain In the New pep u*up a bit to know greed and Fee an Apartment
umbr&Iui of different colon All study It. In geography they have York Times hat this to say: cheap dishonest business practices What kind of dog are) you
are lorry that Barbara Jean Smith, studied China and are now takingup "'America Strikes Back' does two are not exactly American looking for, ma'am?"
and Powell Alexander are absent I Japan. The girls hope to have things seriously: It knock the monopolies "I'd like to see one of those ocean
because of whooping cough a half-holiday before school it out. qualative quantitative clique Here' a thought for Mother' greyhounds Ive heard to much
Miss WUlllsms clan has started I' The Spanish clan hat now received squarely In the head and It for Day-dont forget it-- about"-Ex.
ever disposed of the clique that
some Spanish magazines
the study of milk and U making
milk posters.Miss I Mr. Moomaw't chemistry claw assumes that American politics
are more corrupt than those of
Dorsty's puplU! hive arranged Is dealing with metals and alloys.In .
England, that American businessmen If You WantA
their sandbox like,* mead an experiment the pupils reduced are more rapacious than r
Zs. ; copper sulphide to copper, l
ow arithmetic they are European business men, and that
learning th velght tablet,' a typical copper ore The biology money-grubbing is somehow Indigenous FRIENDLY, CAPABLE, HONEST AND
class It taking the study of Intelligent
Min Ray1 clan If having a half-i up ; to this side of the Atlantic THOROUGHLY QUALIFIED
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behavio* of organisms.The
holiday today became It at last ." Mr. Myert knows America
useful science class U studying
had 20 perfect day Shirley Dan- I he> was bom In Trenton New
optical Instrument The
zey and Robert Aipley have the eral science class It having classesof gen Jersey Napoleon, himself decorated COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
t'\ CusUvus Myen grandfather -
mump
foods and their Identificationby
\ Kn "FUieuia aloes Is sorry to experiments.Mrs. who came to America after
"I' lose BUI Johnson who la leaving I the battle of Waterloo and settled
Field class received a let
this week for North Carolina. J.
ter from Evelyn Felcht this week
T. Pritchard fa absent because of I the Baptist Brotherhood Club held IN DISTRICT 5
Some of the pupils were blue after
t, fry poisoning.Last the English test Tuesday. This I 1 I Monday night in the Sunday
Friday night Mr*. Webb School building Various way of
claw also
won a dollar P-T A Vote for
bed thirty-eight visitors to alan award Friday night.Don't obtaining new members were discussed -
up In her room. The tlass at last Mrs Vera Summerlin
- forget to come to the sen-
hat 20 perfect days after working ior play, "New Tires'. next Friday, played several piano numbel'l.01T1ce1'l Charles G. Turner
bard for several monthi of the club elected at ;
May 15, at 8 p, m. In the Neva
Redland 1 11 to meet Homestead the last meeting are: S. L. West,
King Cooper School. The prices
elementary diamond ball A. D. Smith, vice-
next are tic and 25c.W. president, first ONJUNE2ND
Friday. president Ceo. M. Frick, second
The sixth grade girls the L. Mcllwaln,
played vice-president; F
eighth grade girls In diamond ball M. Fificld Is SpeakerAt secretary-treasurer: Your Vote and Support Are Solicited and

t" this week; The eighth won over Baptist Men's Club I Mrs Cheeky Saunders, Mrs Will Be Appreciated
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the sixth grade last week, 13-7. : Frank Irwin Mrs. J. Tom Vann.
The.school,as a whole enjoyed w. M. Fifield president of the Mrs. C. N. Walker and Mrs Oeo "raid related ASrani. net)
theiMiv speaker at the second meeting of Union served the supper
Miss Hayden English elssse
i ItlVt'finished studying literature. I .


: war The The with..1..atJlclAlat eighth Belgium trade la home studying_om-the Nell K. WalkerCandidate I FOR JUSTICE OF

let Class
prepared rice pudding
with lemon DUce from left over I THE PEACEI
rice The ninth grade ha been I k nk
studying deep fat frying and hat

J: corn prepflned fritter potato The tenth croquettes grade made and forreelection I am a candidate for re-election to the
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fruit ice and pineapple rftal'llhtnal-I to .
: low ice cream. The grade office of Justice of the Peace, fourth district

prepared scalloped ind
eggplant
prune and cheese salad DADE COUNTY Dade County, subject to the June Democratic
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The modern history classes this ,!

: I Primary.
car
.! Vote for Board of PublicInstruction

Your vote and support Mill be appreciated -

W. F. BROWNfor by your Justice of the Peace


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RE-ELECT Unimpeachable Honesty, Training, Experienceand

Achievement Qualify Him

Walter H. Beckham
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COURT OF RECORD Collector

Choose asi understanding
I Subject to Democratic Primary '
was *f proven ability !' '
,I YOUR VOTE AND atonic with ehildresi to preside I Dade County Need

, SUPPORT WILL BE '
: ?. APPRECIATED : ever a rUldrea's eeiirtliiHmminit.11 the Best

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MM CtJKO WOOOCOOt ISBR1DX erclaet. AD ASTRA CIIAPTCR. O. E. ..
REDLAND P.-T. A. HOLDS ITS FINAL
I OF A. ... COtS May M-R. M. S. junlor-aehlor CELEBRATES MED BfRTUDAT
MEETING FOR THIS TERM OF SCHOOL Mill Clee Woodcock Of Homestead banquet. The twenty-third; anniversaryof
became the bride of A. B Jun. S-It H. S. etai day *erebe the establishment of Ad Artra

Approximately I til wa. *.taar- acll, teeretary: And Mm. w..1e11 Core of Oould m April In F&rlLauderdato. e *. Chapter of the Order of the East
e4 an concession by the Bedlam! Campbell, treasurer.Mrt I iceorting to M a rnouncement Juno 1--A It. S. baccalaureate tnSUII' in Homestead was celebrated
P.-T. A. atttMiUMA. flahfiyat Walter Bcflkham. tfc-i made yntertfay. ,IJo Friday night by fifty Members -
the Redland ** fll Saturday, Mrs president fit th* county MUMlt, 'the bride bat made her home t- H. H. S. bccalaureat ot the chapter! and visiting.
c E 11c"""" **. P.-T.A. president made a brief kddrM. I Homestead with her brotherinlaw terman Start in the I. O. O. !'. hall.
anlMHMetd at V meeting of The presiding officer wan Mart and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.Otvovtt June l H. H. I eommen Two charter Member, Mr. and
the MMeteUM held In the school Basher President of the Redland I since she came here from meht extnrlne Mr*. W. B. Caves, were present
Monday evening Of this amount Junior P.'T. A., t unique or* Statasboro. Ca. eleven years ago. June H. :. cornmenet Past grand matron present included -
$7750 goes t. IM library M the ganlMttert Of hedland sixth: grader She was graduated from Homestead 1I'IIn\ exeretser.Mad. : Mrs. Caves Mr*. J. C. Davis,
result o* a tag MM put on bit Mi* *. Marjorie ogle of the Junior High School in UBJ. Mrs Wm. Bradley, Mr*. Lee H.
Green Rive, librarian she salt erganitathm read 1M minute\ The bridegroom, I ton ef K. R K. 3. DYAL'S FARENW Lehman, Mrs. Harold Sheffield,
Half or the rest will be put In the The Junior president announcedthat CELEBRATE ANWtYttSARY Miss Estella Turner, Mrs. Bert i
Core el Goulds, formrrlylived
association' general fund and hall Her organisation has keteeted Branch and Mr Emma '
in Rockford, tow, He we grafl- Mr. and Mrs. B 3. Dyal and their Moser: an
will be used for payingthe transportation *. Its project for neat year the bated from lUdland High Schooland daughters, Misses Iva and Nine affiliated grand Matron. Past pa i
ttynuet of Universityof furnishing and equipping' Of tMJn'lertlIRment attended Piedmont College In Dyal, attended a party given Tuesday Irons present included Mr. Caver '
Miami KudcnU who Instructed school' clinic room. Georgia. He la how connected evening for Mrs. Dyal'l parents A. R. Livingston and Oeo. W.
the band and for establishing a : number Included Turner Jr.
Mr. and Mri. J. Cordon
with the Cart Dairy tit Could ....
band infirm fund. reading by Joyce Lee and JanIce -
in honor of MrT'Livmgston.
Mr. and Mr*. Cure ere residingin MacSwteney of Miami read the Watery
Officer for the coming year Lee a song by the Junior P.-T. Gould the fortieth anniversary of their of the chapter and Mr. and Mrs. ;
were Installed by Mrs. L W. Mas* A. and several number by the In e
The was given Caves contributed
mart-Inge. party sidelights not
kin. president of the Riverside! Naranja trio, B. J. Graham"WfflardHendenhMt ------.j....... Coral Gable at the horn of their covered in the records.
P -T A., after a short address on and Chat. Elchen- The CalendarMay daughter, Mr. Earl Myef and Mrs J. H. Webster played two
the need of voting for the beat berger. The opening song was Mr. Olen Wheat piano solos Mrs. Harold Keith I
candidate The officer' Include fed b Mn. Vera FletcherRefreshmenw .
HomMtead P.-T. A. Mr. and Mrs. MacSwesney are Foulk sang two solo to piano accompaniment -
Mrs tlchenberger who is re- lsct* were served at
meeting at 8 p. m. native Floridian who have lived by Mrs. Webster,
ed president; Mrs. M. J. Bonds,I the close of he meeting which Is and Mist
May -Areme dab meeting at In Miami since 1910. Helen West gave two
vic.oe-.resldent; Mrs. W. >L KuaMlSal -I tM tall one of the school year. 'J
horn of Mb Kitelle Turner at All of their descendant ex- readings. Came were played after
3 *. m.May. the program.
cept one grandchild were present
RUTH BEHRENS John gave a surprise wedding ; J-Ar me Club benefit .t the anniversary party. The candle on the birthday
sari or PAUL LEE party for Mr. and Mrs. Chandlerat supper in I 0. o. t. halt cake were lighted by Mr*. Oco W.
Miss Ruth Behrens of Prince their home. The other present May 10 Future farmer musical Present beside Mr.. and Mrs. Turner, Jr., worthy matron, and
ton ahd Paul Lee of Miami were were: Mrs. Chandler" daughter tea In clubhouse at 4 p. m. MacSweeney and Mr. and Mrs. blown out by Mr. and Mrs Cave
married April 28 by the Rev. J. C. Miss Christine Hughes, Miss Jen- May 11-Buslneai meeting of B. Dyal and daughters were: Mr and Who cut and served the e.lte.
Sims In the parsonage of the RW> nW Tower Mill Ruth Owen, Mr. P. W. C. at home of Mrs L. L. Bow Mr*. Robert Atkinson Mr. and
midi Bapuat Chll'tl1ft Miami John and John Moffett atlp.m. Mrs Wheat, Mr. and Mr*. Myer DELEGATES GIVE REPORTOF
and nt1IIda1 to their On Sunday Mr. and )I.... Mc- May It Home beautification Mrs Vivian Rogers Misses Faye STATE CONFERENCE
home at IMS N. W. First street, Michael gave a dinner party in class in high school vocational and Emilie Rogers, Miss Joy Myef Mrs. J. E. Davis, Mr*. P. B. Bird
: Miami after a one-week toitf ef their honor Cover were laid building at 7:30.: Leon MacSweeney Leland At" and Mr*. E. J. Dyal gave a report
.. the state. for: Mr. and Mr*. Chandler Mr. May 11 Woman's Club of kltteon and James Leonard Wheat of the annual state missionary
Mew Lea U e daughter of Mr. and Mr*. MeMlohaet, Mr. and Mr*. Homestead meeting at 2:30: p. m. conference In DeLand last week
and Mrs. Chas. Behrens who have D. K. Hitch! Miss Sally McMichael May II-W. M. A. meeting In MR. AND*MRS. CAMPBELL to'the Women' Missionary Society -
been resident of Princeton for kid Wm. and Jack McMichael. church.May. GIVE: WIENER ROAST et the Homestead Methodist

the past 11 years. She was graduated Woodmen'a Circle bund M* and Mr>Alvin Campbell Church at it* meeting in the
from Redland High School I ttJCY-CtAMDY MARRIAGE fairly at home of Mr and Mrs. entertained t group of friends at church 'Tuesday' a/terMon.,*i
J, Id Itll ant front the training. TAKES FLACK APRIL 1* W. D. Coker at I p. m. a wiener roast at their home Wednesday The subject for the day was
achool ftf JaeluNM, Memorial hospital Mill Mildred Clartdy of Like May 11 Supper Club meeting night. "Merciful God." Mr. Bird presided .
In 1913. Since that time she City who has spent the past winter at Gift Victor nOfTwff and Mr*. Ceo Hanson had
has been doing private work In IN Redland at the home of Mr and May 14-W. M. U. meeting in The guests included: Mr. and charge of the devotional part of:
Mrs. Pete Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Miami. church. the
Mr*. Wm M. Brodle and Arthur program
y Mr. Lee Is the eon of Mr. and Hey 6f Tennessee who also pent May 14-Xedland Ladles' Aid Dexter Home, Mr. and Mrs. Robert The social service report for the
Mrs Joseph Lee of Miami He attended the winter In this section were meeting with Mr*. August Heuet. Glenn, Miss Myrtle Mo... of month showed that forty visit
Miami High School and Is married In Want Palm Beach, Apr. May 14-Meeting of Study Class Hollywood; Miss Mildred West of had been paid and SO bouquet of
now associated with his father In according' to word received by with Miss Lobdell at S p. m.: Columbus 041., Hunter Hsrdln and II flower and ZJ tray had been
the A & B furniture Co. Miss Olive Orunwell. May 14-Meeting of Royal Poin- Ted Oldendort. sent
T Thirty members of the two families Mr. and Mrs. Hey are making ciana Grove in I. O. O F. hall at Announcement we made that
knd Mils Irma Hammondand their home at Canal PoInt.'OODMtN'1 8p.m. TO OIYt MCSICAU: the district cone meeting will beheld
Coleman KnotU, the bri- May IS-H. H. 8. kenfor play. IN REDLAND THURSDAYThe I I In the Homestead church the
dal attendant, welt present at I May 1J-O. E. S Initiation of first week in June.Present .
\\ CIRCLE WILL Redland
wedding breakfast given by Mrs new members In I. O. O. F. hall. Parrnt-Teacher;' were: Mrs J. L. Ballard -
Lee'a brother-in-law end sister GIVE BENEFIT BUNCO PARTY May ISXSouth Dade Garden Association will sponsor a two Mrs. Barber, Mrs Casper
t Mr and Mrs. Qeo' Koeel. Jr., at The Orange Blossom Drill Clubof Club meeting with Mrs. Elbert tour benefit musicale featuring I Williams Mrs. A. B. filagle, Mrs.
their home in Chapman Field. the Woodmen' Circle wilt give Froscher la Florida City. Erdel Mutcheler and his accordion I John Williams, Mr*. H. P. M Dan-
A benefit bunco party at the homeof May 19-W. M. S. circle meet- band of IS piece I In the'Red- I tel, Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, Mrs. AI .
i I' MRS ELOISE HUGHES WEDS Mr. and Mr W. D. Coker land school Thursday, May 14, at A. Koestllne Mrs. Dexter Smith,
EDWARD W. CHANDLER Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Ings.May Ift-Woman Club of the I p. m. About thirty-five) musician I Mrs. Mollie Wingate Mrs. J. A.McNelU .
1 Mrs Elolae' Hughes of ITome- At the bunco party and dance I nedland meeting. are expected to take part Mr. J. D. Redd, Mr. F.fleltaa. .
l stead and Edward W. Chandler ef held I in'the Simmon' packinghouse May 22-a. a B Jutilofseniorbanquet" The proceeds will be addetTta Mr*. A. A. Moye Mr*.
Miami were married In the Brow- May A. the first prizes were the fund that la being raised to I I Robert Glenn. Mrs. H. L.
i ard County courthouse in Fort won by Mill NelUemae Martin May 22-R. H. S. senior play. buy uniform for the Redland Brown, Mrs Dyal Mr. Ranaon ,
f.Laudtrdala Saturday afternoon by and Elmer Martin; the second May 29-H. It. S. class day ex- school band. and Mr*. Bird.
Judge Boyd H. Anderson. Mr. prUes by Miss Claudia Connor
t(j. and Mrs. B. M. Chandler of Ml'ml and t. D. Connor the cake by
a'brother and slate -in-law Harry John*! and the door prize
of ties bridegroom, witnessed the: by Mrs. J. T. Smith of Miami. Arthur
ceremony Brady wen the crochet cov-

The bride, e sister of Wm. ered pillow contributed by the national '.. YOUR mother expects you to
Michael came W Homestead MO-I president
Dotham, All a year ago. ber her on Iothers'day.
bridegroom has lived In Miami for
a number of ,...... He .It a carpenter 'IB CARE to express with a gift

Hit and. Mrs Chandler are making -I r your love for her. Don't disappoint
their 'home. In the El Patio 10th
apurtments. 'f( and Batty here

Saturday' evening Mrs. Wm. M.
True beauty Ihmandt
t" beat. of tare at Jtwm
For the Bent in I **. Whether yea Delight her with a .Tuo Tler KM ot
wish a wave t facial,
OPTOMETRYton. I a manicure sr any of Gait* Chocolates, Never lids U rectitel:

C HWArrnaR the ether netntla aide.1 ;
alto & GON2ALEZ: to beauty, :yvull fiftd R lift like If. h beauty or dtGciwtatii. ,

111 VeMUMi I Are**, aafeaal the skilled operator ali :,J
+a t'* Beauty Parlor
ready ta eerie you
ejuksSiIy at M/ time.

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tw..u.a GaleS two-tier ;

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Prim $S $6 S7 package
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Friday.. Mav 8., ISSfi. THE- --__ T.tfAnRnWMTTCflPPTSTl_______ _.. _. ___ n.---: Paz. --- ----

. 'l GARDEN CLt$ MEETS TEACUERA' BRIDGE CLUB:: wi Field. Miss Helen Moy Mary

: WITH MRS. ANNIE BUTLER I MEETS AT WEBB HOME Paces, Lois Pteroe. Raymond

The Smith Dade Owrden Club Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb en- Pierce, Alene KooaUiM Winnie

[ Social Events ] net Monday aftocnooa with Mr*. I teUad the TMcher Quo at Dmitry, Mary Jo Close Barbara
Annie Butler. Mr*. R. J. Shepherd I their home Tuesday night. Mr*. Mv WlUlanu. Lenora Williams,

the president, opened the I W. R. Bird and Geo. N. Wakefleld Webster Williams Billy Brown,

meeting with the poem "B au4y I won the high cojr* prbet.I Jimmy Brown Mary Katherine

In the Earth" and Aft the message I Present wef. Mr. rind Ml*. Subs, Aide Connor, Marie Connor

which Mr*. M. M. Parrtah,! Frn Webb Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sue Moy and the bottes
:MRS. C. N. WALKER TO SPEAK ON YOUTH : _
president of the Federation of Webster, Mr. and Mr Sommeni "' -

MOVEMENT AT W.M.U. MEETING MAY 11 Garden Clubs, Issued to garden I Mr. and Mrs Bird Mr. and Mrs
dub at the annual convention In WakefMtJd and Mr. and Mra. Webb.

The IffItralnfe n, of the Wom Sixth street, and )Ira. H. Coltier Saint Augustine.Mrs. I
an's Missionary Union of the first I the leader presided. Mr t R. Geo. E Deuel gave the report B. P. W. C. COMMITTEESHAVE 4I

Baptist Church will be held on Rutland led In the devotional service of Fire Chief Carter of Fort DINNER MELTING I

Thursday, May 14, Instead tIC Weds and Mr S. L. West ted ta the Lauderdale who said- that lack of Mr L. L. Bow, president *1

1.s nesday thin month. Mr*. C. V study of "Ml lvN In the BIble." car wa tile cause of most fires the Homestead a P. W C enter.

Walker will' speak en the youth Members present were- Mrs. and that In that city In IBIS there twined member of the executive
1 were 371 lawn fire, 178 and committee at dinner
movement The Cut part of themeeting Mary: Petsch, Mrs. J. W. Gilmer, grass program a
Ores, 48 house fire and 21 motor meeting at her home Avocado
win be devoted to a recognition oa
:Mr*. Poeey.: Mrs. J. Tom Vann
vehicle fire Fifteen of tile home drive Tuesday
of the ltIietlannivenary evening.
Mr*. Pope Mrs. Collier and Mrs.West i
fire were caused, he aid, failure Coven laid for.. .
of the founding of Sunbeam work. Mr H. L. Brown and :Mr*. by: were Mr K
Circle Oner ., the union met on Saunders were visitor to disconnect electric Iron F. Collier Mrs A. C Easton Mr .

Wednesday e* Min week at the Circle Four met with Mr*. The toning of cigarette from ear Was J:. Myers Mr*. Ben Arch.

horn of Mr*. Z. J:. Altman Mr erine Plckard and her d. c.di-I was the cause of several dtawetrou MIA Lucille SIlvia and the host***. 1 1I
fire! lie id.Mr i
Geo. West read the Introduction of I
Mr T. D. Pichr, At their horn on
Minion in then Bible by D. B. Avocado drive. Mr*. Plckard *. Ja*. M. Dobbin read an article >I JUNIOR LEAGUE ENJOYS S

Long, the new text: the circle will conducted the devotional senrlc entitled "We Need Each WIENER: ROAST MONDAY

d study. Mrs Allman read' from the Mr*. Julia Folk gave a talk Other' "A Peek W.Into the Garden Member of the Junior League a

Scriptures and Mm West offered about Chandl, and Mr PIcM all Notebook enjoyed by: or the Homestead Mathodlvt

prayer. talked of the daily round of Church enjoyed a wiener least at
Announcement was made that
Mrs Frank Arwln and Mrs. C. medical missionary "Beauty Shining the home of Miss. Antoinette) Moy
Geo. N. Wakefleld of Homestead
B. Saunders, Mrs.. w ft. Cheshire Through" was the topic of Mr. Monday afternoon. I
High School 1* offering a free
and Mr*. C. R Diggers and Mrs. R. E. Edward talk. "We'v Always Thoee present were: Mr*. A. S.
course in home beautification
West and Mr*. Earl Cravey were Been Provided For," a poem, on Move, Miss Iva Cannot Dense IleK I t
Monday evenings; and that all who
named a* church flower committees wa given by: Mr S. H. Fitch. -
e are Interested invited
are to come.
for the rest of the month Mr, J. M. Forte recited "A Prayer. ,
M'rL Geo. J:. Reed gave groupof
Present were: Mrs. Jennie ." IV I

Smith, Mr*. Altman Mr*. Cheshire Present were: Mr Harry: Hall readings.The hostess. served refreshment Henry FilerDeclares

Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Cravey,I Mrs. Harvey Grave, Mr Fitch after the program.Present .
Mr West and Mrs. Bigger Mr*, tdwards, Mrs. J. Tom Vann,
beside those named
Mr J. R. Pope was hostess to Mr*. Polk, Mr*. Forte Mr Pick.I -
were: Mr Dexter Smith, Mr*.
Circle Three &r\; her horn on N. W. I and and Mr Plche. t
I Homer Davis, Mr C. M. Redd
-THE SLOT :MACHINE IS AN EVIL THAT
Mr*. Joel' J. Robinson, Mr*. Lucy J
RECEPTION fOR PASTOR Achievement.I Day exercises In Miami i Clinton, Mr*. Elberta Bute, Mr*. MUST BE DRIVEN FROM THE STATE ; 1
AND wire: is POSTPONED where- the final award and C P. Jackson Mrs Wm. v.1 i I

The reception and community winner will be announced I Smythe, Mrs. J. M Cay "I Promise You

upper which were to have been Froacher, Mr*. It C. Reed, MI'I'I

given 1* the Redland Community Homestead Odd Fellows Win. Dunlop, Mr. F. Fleltas, I 18
Church last night for the new pastor N G Ball Mr M. P. Kenney

the Rev. C. O Nelson and Initiate Urge Class Mr*. Wm. M. John and Mrs Bert STATE SENATOR

Mrs. Neunn wen' postponed became Branch.

of the lllns of Mrs. Nelson
who is now receiving treatment More than 190 Odd Fellows from CAROL WALKER HOSTESS!! "I Win Devote Myself too That Achievement.

In University hospital the Miami,..* witnessed the OX TWELFTH ANNIVERSARYCarol

Coral Cables.HOMESTEAD. 'Initiation of a large claw of candidates Walker entertained He has lived aD of his
a* the guest of Homestead small group of friends at the homeof
._ ... ,..._ life in county.
'"" "'" t O. O. F lodge 29 In Odd Fellows her parent, the Rev and Mrs this

4-n CLUBBy : Hall Ker Wednesday night C. N. Walker, on Wednesday, the

&*.).>.Little Ceremonies were' directed br: twelfth anniversary of her birth. He has given 25 years

.N.MNINNN, NNIMMMMMMNNNW- F. N. itootnagl of Lake Worth, After games had been played:
Homestead store grand mantes of the order. the, hostess served Ice cream and to public service.
the
Tuesday night
: and H. Ieattle of Homestead, cookie '
4-l; Club bald their local exhibit
Miss. Norton Mrs Carlson Mr, deputy grand .master of florida. Hers gunst included: June and His record h the proof

Brown and Beth. Jones were the I Lodge of! District* 22 and 23, Doris Cheshire Melba TanWInkle that ht keeps WI
I which were represented at the and Wined and Geraldine Shep .
Judge
session Included Fort Dallas 0" promises.
and
The Homestead HI and' the elementary 1
a
Mount Sinai Little River Coco-
school received charters s
and th* high school club received 1 nat Grove, fflateah and Home. Candidacy S..WB.| *. .*_*
stead. Homestead candidates who
i a seat for Its charter.
eratl Primary
took their first degree were Carl
Beatrice Arnold, who I is la. leeseighth I Anderson, Edwin A. Carter. w. A ,

year club work, has won b M. Johns* W. Y. Bush and Bud ,,...r7. (Paid' Politic& wdwrtiwa.nt.I'M .
trip to the national 4-H camp at Hardin.
Washington She will leave June
Following the Initiation Grand
It to attend this camp. She Is the. .
Muter Hoofhagle delivered:an address
third girt in Dad County: t* receive en "Friendship" and later i
thU trip. One of our own FOR HIM ARE TOUT
made talk eo "Co-operation to
girls here la Homestead won one Itt1a
the assembled Rebekah, who were
of these trip She Virginia
was
admitted to the hall altos the lodge
Ifooks but now she Is Mr*. WaltonThe .
QQ tlj
Charlie DillonCandidate
.-o4hei- girt was Whittoelf Fm- was tinted; A midnight lunch 4 4J1oddap67
served and there
wa were several -
Mil of Naraniawho won the first
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mualca1lat.erludel.L
trip from Dade County There i
fot
are two girl and two boy to go

from the state .f Florida each 8. BECKER DIES

year.. Clerk of Criminal
In the elementary: clubs the Edward: S. Becker; retired In-

three highest girl In sawing were: mean a
Mildred Batt, Beatrice Wilson Court of Record

and Doris Thompson; the but at the age 61 73 after s billet illness -

poultry book belonged t* Teresa Riverside hospital, Miami. I lit the Jose rrbaary" It.a

Redd; and the best home improvement Tuesday '
book, to Mavl Wat*. .,. et 'A. I A resident of Dade-

I* the high school the Ore winners County for 37 years

in sewing were Eloise Oosso
:
man Annabell Redd and CldlaGntnrwU t Teen Vale aod Bippert Win

; the beat poultry book Be Appreciated
belonged t. Fern Robertson; the 312 S. L SECOND AVENUE

best borne improvement book to For honest; efficientadministration ; "

Katheriite. OttaMdea Kant Ahes 'W All Outside Rooms with
e 'giva of this .
and Fern Robertson; the best food : j

nutrition and health cord, to [the genuine Private Bath office vote for him.

Prawffia Freed; and the best reeor -
e' breed tar Lrabelle Cren- ,EUGENE Peim.nanlBush's ; COOL CLEAN.: QUIET (Paid for by Seuta Dade Friend *t "Smiluig QueUe")

nett. I Overieeklag Biscar Bay
rieyes_
101&Intr. VIIIadM
The Junior high winner In sewing
Feder wardtsrt'a.. .
were fUthetln dtfaixedcs,
Virginia\ Klaaer and Julia.Franc heist a yes.neaSYeas. em Two Blocks..to Shops,

Sullivan w diet's IIIi tiller 0... Theatre and Business HARRY'S WELDING SHOP

Fo the beet container *f flow* Parsee do Seam" logo"esa I

en Nor Aker ranked first;; and sgl?..i.A ........ .alas Section PmiNCETON FLA
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Priscina Prowl. second and third. .edkww tw w .eut" pass
I Iit.50
Th* best display of vegetable hair for th __, .I&er RATES rettokl Eleetrl a"4 AacHrlra WeMisw er Cvtaaier.!*..*,

, belonged to Norma Cowman. reran asduhaions cad doormisg $ Single $%50 Double I c,.... fbMHlB Alsuistasnsr Caattng aH B41erAiaMvMachiia .

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The best canning exhibit andrecord lace u4--1cwkt I
RcswMagCaterlit* W garage to anolneariag
award went to- LoubeUeGrenneU
Leola Little Mid Special Family, Weekly sad purist and aJIgme roaming r n-tl.g red p..rtaf

Robertson. Barber Shop Monthly Rata I 'aa"i howling east nltasle* .*....
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The meeting closed with 1'1 & Beauty Parlor 1' GUARANTEEDtVJ
pledge. S. XX MeCkCAMT, Freprletav EXPERT WORKMANSHIP

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Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday May 8, 1936

Dade County acting at incumbent on the receiving eat Mil Gladys Kennedy spoke on'' scared than the bridegroom" .
CALLED BEST Claua for the smaller s..aal of a barrage of cTItk'from 8 behalf of J D. Luke for the houseof I I I Another guest: Yeah He to,
1 J. Olher1IIIIra afraid they will come back
and rapraMntlitivw group
Stewart
and would sponsor a bill to C. Kirkland T. W.
who asked to be sent to settle down on him after the 3G.
taxes to counties W E Van Loon. ,
cate state onfeatif
EVER HELD INDADECOUNTY "
of population rb Papered I Van Loon dubbed Molmer "thf the state legUhture and gave their I pymoon. -K*.
B Holt and
the movement aboUen the poll king pin of the political fnf' In reasons were George
1 John J I
tax, and ridiculed Filer's claim Dade County and also called attention George S. OkeU group ;
that the school official was re- to the number of relative Lindwy group 1; and Norman

(Continued From Page One) aponatblc for adding to the school employed In the luperviiort office John Blakely W., Watson H. E. O\ertreet Ray M. Watson, Mrs. j C. "DUTCH"KIRKLAND

.. Ashes for the IUCCM of the rally fund revenues actually derived Separate registering places and J. K. WIlliams, group 3. I
Congressman Wilcox expressed regret from slot machine licenses for white and negroes were advo-
at Mi Inability to complete Prultt declared he would take cated by Van Loon who also Hid Mrs Pauline B C.IIT of West I
arrangement lor a remote control the school out of politics It he would trace and prosecute to Palm Beach, candidate for the
hook-tin. feted to ova his voice elected state senator denouncing the limit any attempt at fraudulent honorary office of nation Democratic -
from Wtahtocton to the Bedlam the use of teaching personnel to voting Committeewomen the i I
Ably tnhting Pmridntt. John- "promote the ambitions of scheming Stewart and Kirkland net forth final speaker on It wellarrangedprogram. '
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atom .to Ma duties of general ehalrnurtj poIlUel n.." He flayed the their respective qualifications for :
v.M Thomas E. ICilDy, pretidefrtof slot machine, asserting one of the office and attacked the incumbent : :1111111'/I
he Booth 0400 mocra- his tint moves would be the Introduction from other angle chiefly One of the guest* (at / t
tlc Club, Mayor Charlet T; Harperand of a bill designed to "run that he had been holding two coun- 'The bride> father looked muse
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"*C. Chironlster, coqnty DfmocmtTc the one armed bandits clean out ty offices until recently. had held l I
committeeman taM Home- of the state" The Townaend plan, the job for 18 years without returning -
altftd precinct IS AH. expenses which he said Will the first step one cent of revenue to the i
of the rally were slat br' condl- toward abolishing the poorhouse, county, and was due for retirement -
fe.Mr JohnrteB uU, and was given his full. endorsement t
tag W by Radicand Mboel atudotif Roblllard denied rumors that he Most of Holme ten minutes of *
under the dteetfkm of MM wan in favor of county division, peaking time was spent defending RO PALM hitCandidate
Omen Rivet netted |84 for the and said he would oppose vigorously his record and answering by
benefit of P.-T. A. activities and any movement to redistrict denial or explanation the charge I E i ii
the school library fund. the county If such plan did not allow of his opponents, who were merely .
The opening gavel fell promptlyat the south end of the county appealing to prejudice instead i
10:30 a. m, with the Introduction to remain Intact. He favored a of trying to prove they; were qualltied -
of candidate for county; preferential tariff that would place for the office: he declared for
commissioner of the fifth district, Dade County agriculture on an Walter H. Beckham, Judge of ;
whose addresses are reported In equal competitive basis with Im- the juvenile court, and Ernest E SUPERVISOROF
more detail elsewhere on this page ported product Roberta, who leeks the office
Also In adjoining columna will be Tilton said he had been Impelled clashed In a lively; tilt over the General REGISTRATION,
found more detailed report of thel'andidakIforovernor by bit duty at a business man to tingle' job Question Roberta asserted ,
group of run for the senate, where he would Beckham Is attorney; for the June Democratic Primary
five speakers and of ill six aspirants see that the people got an even state milk control and dry cleaning Public UtilitiesHomestead Tell Your Friends
to the office of Dade County chance with the lobbyists for board and practice law on the
Sheriff/ many special interests, After sitting side in addition to his position on About Him ;I
Considerable interest was evinced in audiences and listening to the bench. Beckham flatly denied Those 505-1
In the tint platform appearonce I promises that were not fulfilledhe i holding any official post other (Paid 'olltJoal Ad..rt11 I
ol A Patrick Cannon since was averse to making any; than his judgeship He said that ,
bit recent endorsement by the pledges other than that he "would Robert, a. prosecutor of criminal .
Townaend club ai a worthy opponent try: to get done what II needed." when assistant to Fred Pine former -
of Mark Wilcox] for the Personalities entered the purchasing county solicitor, was unfit to
port of representative, fourth congressional agent debate between judge children. He pointed out .
dlitrlct Cannon declared Clarence L Wheat Incumbent, that Robert also practiced law ,
the Townsend plan to be and William D. Joyce; with OscarA while he was a county; official. PHI tit .AaTr/ I
the tint step toward real national Rollins, the third candidate, remaining Harry Goldstein, incumbent r
recovery, ending unemployment aloof from the wordy Hayes Wood and W. R. Becker If
in addition to providing generously I warfare previous holder of the office, cited ,
for old age I Joyce implied there was something their qualification for tax collector fe* d
He accused his opponent of queer about an office' that Businesslike and systematic; i.i' I
I. claiming credit for measures benefiting took UII e-rourth. of the incum- office method wag the chief plankIn BEAUTY and PROTECTION \
the east coast of Florida that bentt salary to obtain and challenged each candidate platform
t were really started during the Wheat to product hi. records :Payment of poll taxes when registering -
, term of Ruth Bryan Owen, predecessor showing exactly how and In outlying precincts was Get yM el Beauty and p.WOI
to Wilcox. Wilcox he where all order for county materials I advocated by; Wood, who also with" SHIRWIN.Wiu/AMS
said, wag actually a poor congressman and supplies had been promised to establish branch offices i 1
tiring the ability of othen placed. lie reviewed bit bu lnes'I for negroes if elected/ Stucco & Concrete Point i:
to promote his own Interests and training and qualification Charlie Dillon, candidate for
always on the alert to grab favorable I clerk of criminal court, demandeda Still. ."'sll awbtare,that bugbear' of stucco :
publicity job.Wheat said he had fulfilled every complete audit of that office. homo This full oil Mint' dries M a loft lusts r l
In the race for state senate H. will i nw wash off OutwMrt chap line 1
promise made when Cecil
runningfor Watson, his opponent point-
Washer times over and give proleot
r 11. Filer who spoke first, became a I the office, and that a recent ed to a long record of public ser tlon that many nothing else eta give. Every< small t
target for two of his four opponents state audit of hit accounts had vice on the board of county commlHlonen color Let ui show you color wra.
: Erneat R. Graham, William drawn compliment for their com- He believed himself at
J. Pruitt, J Harvey Roblllard and plrtenesa and lack of any Irregularities qualified by experience to supply 1

John K. Tilton. Anticipating this He attacked Joyce past i i the executive ability; which the SPEOAL-1 Pint S-W FloW.oM..e the Penh year SumswrLlvlnf t
criticism Filer declared he I
waiproud record, which he had investigated, office required Recoil
that the teachers were supporting I and asked to be returned to the I A. B. Small, seeking reelection Floor Wax t
him after 15 ;years of service office so that he could continueto to the civil court bench, auld S-W Porch and Deck Paint I
on the county; board of public keep It clear of politics and i he was willing to let the people and Lemb'l Wool Applicator Easy topply.nd easyto keep clean,
instruction from which he would would-be grafters decide by their vote whether or No rubblnt-no pollihlng.! Just this One pmt lAke plenty of wear t
lOOn become detached Filer aid Rollins related In detail his business I not he hud been a good Judge, and apply-let 4 dry. for finished' wood and weather without showing' It. rand
he would have nothing to do with experience since coming to I did not doubt the verdict. Opposing linoleum. d lot Good your colorful: colon porch M.17Ot :
any future teaching contracts, and Dade County 11 yean ago His him are W. f Brown, former I $1.03 value for 79Ktkomln furniture I t
denied he wu using the schoolSystem bill were paid, ho had! no obUa-1 judge of court of crime, and W I
to further his campaign. tion or political debt to pay; and ROM Burton both of whom spoke i auk area UMMM with Ute It OR yew Inert fumjturtt :
He advocated abolition of alot ma he pledged an honest efficient I' '
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thine and opposed removal of administration of the office with I candi- I S-W Oecotint S-W Polish-ol I I I
elected official Hi took credit the county getting full value for j J. R Bullock, candidate for state beautiful
for the transfer of 000 I I mists In No ether furniture polish like Id! t
$3, ,000 from every cent expended, if he comptroller, was represented by
Get offer bottleS
1'1 oldwttct, acquainted or*
the state general revenue fund to elected. 'I John W, Gaines, who Identified it14 to e Customer at this prlc -..Gft
the ichool fund, thus permitting There was another mild exhibition Comptroller J M. Lee with the kiss pi's. coupon at the store. row k
Dade County schools to remain of firework when candidate I du Pont Interest and charged: Lee 55 19
open for a full term this year for supervisor of registration came with Interpreting the Jaw. to suit I transfer. "prise lye) 1
Graham said he was "fed up on to the platform with Carl Holmar his friend
, You'II be money ahead If gee Step I In today lee YOUR *e"y el rr

Point Nowl I The Home Decorator tAt

leaf M II months to lilY :
; REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS 40 p jci ids otoo
. Don't poipont needed painting and tht-silnute : *. In t
risk repair bills k'i always cheaper full color. Its free. .
N to Mint Ask about> the ShtrwlnWillloM s ''Supply It limited" M
{ FOR CITRUS, .AVOCADOESCitrus Budget foment Plan.Bdshtss .... GETYOURSNVWI\

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: and Avocado trees are needing: fertilizer to overcome storm damage l .
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Enamelold
; and mature this season's. crop-of fruit. Rcdland Brand fertilizers are eeaeeal
brlllltnla.r t
; adapted to this purpose, 16 : to metes worn end dull
I I (urniturt radiantly new.3.lnl Go overyour .
, I I things now-try"thli majlc' method of giving .
I new life M your old piece*. One coat I.I It ,
enough--*nd evtrythlnf drier 54.43
III 4 homm You cA't buy bet
,. Florida ': I ttr why pay swre. I ot.
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\\V ORDINANCEfrom ........-..".-..-.........-.-............---.- I ... I 5< a line I II'

HONOR STUDENTS NAMED I a card album was tent to each

Ota Yvonne Prothero who has madean memberolthc:1aI&. FOR SALEFOR MISCELLANEOUSPIANO
( from Paw )
avenge of 83 H will deliver the I
baecalaurvatt
the Ml of The minister to present the -

absolutely fc&rages containing prohibits wore than valedictory address at the com Mrmorl ba been chosen SALE-Man's bicycle, practically TUNING and repairing.

cent of alcohol to minors. mencement exercise of Redland by the senior: He it the Rev. new. 110 N. W. 4th Stm8tf Good used piano for sale cheap.W. .
one <<:
.Peewit,per* under the Age. of 21 can High School on Wednesday, June K. a. Cowan of the Silver Palm ( ) E. Koon 119 N. W. 3rd St
10.
Marjo Macey whose average Methodllt.CJ\ureh. I
el W. tell.or serve thus settling i* (2H will deliver the salutatory i
FOR SALE-Chayote* tof planting -
One phase of the beverage traffic The senior play. "Mystery at REAL ESTATE
wfilfch the council has been trying address.TO Midnight", I is a play that five you lOc bi; tamarinds tOe qt I
WEAK CAPS AND GOWNS Mrs. Ceo. W. Ropel
Jungle I
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chills
and humor. One
thrills
ofltct.
since taking ,
toftllmlnatw! For graduation the seniors will Grove. BIG VALVE 0-room house

&undsy late of ill form of Intoxicant wear cap and gowns. The girls' minute :you are laughing and the Furnished All city Improvement -

!! are topped effectivelyby I caps and gown will be white and next minute you are tripping your FOR SALE Surinam cherries. *. The word BARGAIN bee

mother clause which stipulates II the boys' caps and gowns will be scat and getting chill from the lie qt.: tamarind. lOe qt. Mrs. been greatly overworked, butI

that all saloon and other blue.For. I I excitement. There I* not one dull too, W. Kosel Jungle Grove. do not hesitate to say that this

places dealing in drink of more I the baccalaureate sermon I moment from the beginning to the property Is a Big Bargain. Pri e

than one per cent alcohol must be the girl will wear sport drtsse end.This GUAVAS and GUAVA JUICE for including furniture bed linen

cited from Saturday midnight to I and the boys will wear dark coats la the first time, at least sale Jungle Grove Redland I and table Unon dishes, now

jjfll a. m. the following Monday. and light trousers. for four year, that a full length road and Plummer drive. i 12,200: : reduced from $3.500

Atoo they must be closed from 8 i The date of the senior activities mystery play ha* been presentedat Fine furniture and plenty of It.

asm- until sundown on election are a* follows: Redland. W* are sure that It BEES-Choice Italian. One colony H. A. Cameron. (dlJlf

dip. Senior play-May 22 or there- will be more enjoyable than any for *3, two for $::1., three for 19.H ACREAGES AND GROVES

Saloons must be 2,500 feet distant about other play this year or any year M. Lyon, Longview rd., I II\!. I I

from churches and schools Junior-senior banquet-May 29. In the pact The parts are well west and 2 ml south of lluroe- I specialize In Redland properties.

according to the state law, which, Class night-June 5. portrayed and the characters are stead. (alOtf I, Send sule.SM your listing of propertyfor

however. permit cities and towns i Baccalaureate June 7. well chosen.
sermon- CHARLES I. BROOKS
HONEY-the clear thick dellctou.
to make their oWrTrtjuIattons< In i Graduation exercises-June 10. The date sctj for the play wa kind. None better and at grove 110 N. E! First st.. Miami
this respect. Controversy developed The seniors' card and invitations Mar 22 but M this conflicts with Hotlister

In the council M to the have at hat arrived! and the the Homestead Junior-senior banquet price Beeswax, 30c lb. REAL ESTATE-Titos* who want

proper distance to be set in Homestead seniors are quite pleated with the date will probably be Sage, East!: King Highway. to buy or sell Redland District

and this part of the ordjn- them. A* a gift from the company changed.The Senl-Sect Pyrethrum Spray for real estate Will find up-vo-dale

r mica was'left blank until its third physical education boy In killing mosquitoes ants, filet listings In our office. Many of

and final reading thereat rtguilsr the sixth period have divided Into moths, etc 'pt. TJc; Eat these listing are still at subnormal -

meeting two week he nee, CCC APPLICANTS four teams. There have been Edgar Mahan W. Bauer prices. We hall appreciate -

f The Ordinance provides a rnaxt three game and the team* .rate ( al.15'j either your Inquiries Of

t..mum penalty of a '!5O fin ot 60 at follows: :your listings, all of which will

:. day in Jail or both for each vt- WILL- REGISTER Team Won Lost Pet FOR SALE-White New Zealand have, our best attention. Now m

elation of its provision 4 F .. 0 1.000 rabbit, SOa each. H. M. LYM.I the time to buy. B W. Morris,

Action to accelerate ,the build. HERE NEXT t 3 1 .750 R. F. D. 1, Box fl83. ( : now associated with IL A. Cameron .

r ins of a community center and WEEK I 5 1 3 :.250 N. W. 1st St. In Clllsens

storm refuge-In the Homestead 2 o. .OO? STEAMED BROWN BREAD anytime I Bank t31d,. Phone 72.

i I area, out of the first Work Progress I The Juniors -artf putting on a Saturday. Lb. coffee can
Ha'l! 15 Designated alEe 20c with raisin or nub
Legion ;
AdminlKlrationfund of $300- May dance to help out on their banquet WANTEDWANTED
25c.: Leave order at 8, L. West.
000 already earmarked for thl.PIII'JIOIO Place and Time i I funds. This dance will be held at
In Southeast Florida Will home, 106 N. W. 5th St. -1 porcelain two-burn
1 for This Area I the Log Tavern and the admissionwill I
follow letter J. er electric ranges with oven
a from Rep. M4I'kWilcox be $1 a couple. The dance
FOR RENT Must be bargain. Eva E! Collln,
which was read before starts at 8 p. m. ,
Florida has been called to I
the council by Cleric R. E. Ed- upon Federal Highway and Blscvyi
recruit 2,000 Several of the room had booth furnished
boys between theages FOR RENT-B-room drive.
i 1 ward of 17 and 28 to supply replacements did sold drinks candy, ete.'dur- bouse. Modern convenience

I Congressman -Wtlrox laid it in CCC camps and I| ing the rally and fish fry but no Close in. Phone 1701 (pmlS MANGOES ,.SAPODILLAS and
was the Intention of WPA to
bring the total national enrollment 1 i room made vary much all kinds of tropical fruits and
+ red nine storm shelters this year I I The admission price for the mu- APT. FOR RENT second floor
to 350000. The quota for the Miami vegetable In season. Hlgher
ftwo' Uttha/ Lake Okeechobee re- 'sloelo May 14 Is lOc. Home
district for May 13 replacements Home building. Apply price and prompt settlement.
two on the Florida Key and i
filOn. I bldg. (m8-lS
Is 100 white Junior and 30 alternates Write advising (If qunntltk'i
jive at other strategic point on
? and SO negro junior and available, variety and earllnt
the lower
east coast LEGAL NOTICES
20 alternate. I I shipping date. RAFAEL R. DA-
JIorder' to avoid political GROVETHEATRE
J any '
j Applicant from the Homestead VILA. Commission Merchant
tpreisure during an election Nonce
year
: *Ur area will be registered at American j I aspect to down very game r. the 120 Convent Ave., New Yor
Wilcox mid -he preferred to
i THEATRE land whom trawler ntnm r wart
Legion hall on S. Krome avenue I no City.
take no active part In the Detection all aaaminta t* be aint to men M> I mail

t of sites for these shelters and Thursday May 14. Young| COCONUT GROVE balsas those and W.arrant: J. CARTER.lr punMnt. I* the Circuit ('.... *l Ik* It....... >. .
advised the city council to get In men In .regular attendance at { Shew 7 and I Admission lit 'I I' 4111. flmll In and lr name Canal .

touch with E. A. state school.. not eligible i Matinee Sat. sod I...., 2q Nonce .1.ri4.tna"mattm
Pynchon, In of ii.. ADOPTION O-
TUB: omr: or IIADB COUNTY
Registrations for the CCC from; I :'M"'OO
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W an Infant NO
WPA director at Jacksonville. t to I PUaCHAHINO AGENT. ROOM IM
this area arc in the charge of Miss I p. as.i COUNT HOUr. MIAMI PI.OIUUA Walled ..' lat.ntlwi II Applr for A..'.....
Funds for construction of the
i Isolated MAt In animalism will W nrnfrnd af Mlnar (nll4
building wlllnot! be available until Elizabeth A. Cooley, director district > SUN. THRU WED. In this el*> tall 10 a. .. tUturdar.S .. .., TO WKOMlIOtI\'t:1&: IT MAY CONCKRA:
board of You ir* ntfwk MtlfU* thai" UK uncle
public welfare Miami 1.... an the following .
after July 1, Wilcox aid. DYNAMITE "ilinr* WILLIAM I. 'ICKLINO. will ai
A resolution, letting forth numerous SHIRLEY TEMPLE'Captain Mulls III. In rlirckulns. Aarafi the Jds d the C/...."
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reason why Homestead U I* the Circuit Curl .f the El.nnlk It. c. L. WHtAT. .. ter DaM 0Iua'". "...... .
one of the most logical sites in the ... Clmn W ,....... !. and far pad County Pumhailns. As." at the county Court HVIIM al MlaniHorlda ,
... '.... .. January'also on the DMk day *l Joel A. I'
II. ( In Chase"% "' 441ST-O. (Mar II)
state for at least of these refuges .... ,
one YORKCLORS'RR OP TAX BALD at the hmr ot gibe A. M. or M wins"
was drafted by the council CRRTIPICATR5 I Nark ., AppHralUn for Tat Dined 1MMttp. w aaM *pplN LARO CORPORATION > Florida .... May Issue "MARCH OF TIME- NtlTICR t* HEKKHlf: UIVKN. TlulUl headbr an orrfar tni 4n |
more than three weeks ago and ..... rialnllir Bradford bower al sum and Cinmi t1.. ......110. al WH.LIAMJ*. CONC. ai
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lint to }Mr. Pynchon with copies MAN tmi A. N. KINSMAN k.r hu.h.adi Tax Certificates Mm. MM and MMairplkallM passed Mint uI the "*Wlllur_1....., n,
SOUTHLAND PROPrRTI'F.a\ INC, THVHSDATFKIDATLILY the lit our '. A D. tort. y.an. kr th..ald L Flrklln..nth
Teach of Florida's congressman. Flndila eorpormttoB I M. A. SMITH uUquld.lor a "Ind "Me : .:r"; .. sea ha. give >? tk. ckincln i>T the nam of th. .l,Infant .
absence of a reply from BlgCAYNB TRUST COM. PONSIn lor a tax 4m4 to b* ......* / to WILLIAM IRVIN MtXUNi ..

the WPA chief City Clerk R. I!:. PAMY.! .1t ;;';hasri.TRUST. UNITI.DVTAT4le COM. u.-fallimln arrlwJd Bald wrtinnUi pruuwtr In mkraw the CMnlrft the JR.this, panuaM M7 l 0 WlHl to the......provisions.1... of the of Cow>>,

1 awards wa instructed to write PANY a Now York rorror.tlnn : NORTHLAND "I Dream TooMuch" Dad*. But el Flora, bi-wtti piled Ifenwal Laws ol riorkla. ItnDATY.D
al Miami' Florida, In the Ton'
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PROPERTIES INC. 11 .1NK ofNWatsMt4 W
ignin, calling attention to the a elopd@ % Jr'a4"'io. al l>ad., this I Ilk al
corporation, DefMHlantat or at of NWV iI' war April A l>
i solution and requesting an sc1 >fttt* al Maiur'a Bala I INotln I tJ Itt;: "' 8WJ1' 19.t
1 nowledgement fc k.rj 1/1..n that nnJtr and .. : ..::. .: 'r .:.brpW:11: WILLIAM I. PICKLING
kr autkarMr at the final Omfaa al r.,.. loath Hani It Rat .. IM c. Rev 4. Attorney lot
Councilman Joe L. Burton and ....... naiad b. the Romrabl PAUL acres stare or the County William. I I '''kllo.. p j-..
1 tank, Webb, ot the committee I D. JJARNU ant af the Jukes at Uw Circuit SATURDAY THIS WEEK 11.d.. But of Floridaw I* embraces "I (Apr 17, 14.: Mar I. S, III
Court of UM Elamilk Judicial Circuital OInt,,,.... N* DUO. TIM aM*>
i med to investigate and remedy al !'\ .... In and for Dad County, aa the HOOT GIBSON rf Ux-ai4 ores-.t sods the MM 1 Mrllfkau -
i angerou Insanitary condition ine tnJ day of Mar A. D. IM. In that COT.tala Issued waa la UM maw *l Tropical
rams In Wit Curt pandlnc In wills IaI (Orav Corp. W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
negro section, reported con- LAW CORPORATION a Florida eopora.tlMt : N W" In saws M, Township MtoaUi
i derable progress had been made I l. aamplaliiaat and MATTIB M. 'I "Rainbow's End"MICKEY .*at* S* Kart. oootalnln. let
KINSMAN W4 A. N. KINHMAN. kw kua.band. ama, Mora or lee In the CvnV d
i i their claan-up drive. Council- M aJ.., are dd.nd.nt I aa Special tM> SUM al riorid.. u eabr.c d I*
Ma In appelnu.J i CrUllrat, Ma SSItS Time maiinunt al riltE. AUTO STORM AM LIKIiPhase
lan J. Q. Wynn was authorised >ur Channr kr tk> Ourt MOUSE SHOW
In taU i purchase to garbage cane for: kmna thereof will offer for ml* and nil M i SATURDAY J P. M. ( .IOWA was In UW rims at Trap
M in the "quarters" and Mr. public nrlcry to UM ...'-' and beat bidder ral Grow Corp. Office In UsCrory Arcade
Ise, ash r 0e south grant dam of ON FREE: CANDT-FRIZES Values' amid Mrtlllnata than IM Nw--
.. V ebb was given authority to'hlr Cnooft Hear of Da'". c..t. M the CIte of .4 *Mrhi. .> too, the pnprrtp a.otrtl4Innvl
truck and driver to assist in the MI..L Florida, a. the M our of Juno A. D.1 will be HU t. tf hlin. t bidder
18'. krtxm tW konra of atom 4.k al In* rawrl-Ww* door on the lint Mow
or k. The commute aim wall A M and two o'clock p. M, the some day h the Itontll *l 4..... 1991, with. k) NEW! ( BALL
ked to check the garbage can being a heal sin day and the Mmes the UN lot day al Jua. ..... ..
Mad kann of aala, the Outlawing Snurlb.drop.rtjr DoKMU ltd day .f April. 111*.
tuaUot!). In-tb* ,white residential' .. aruaw I* Daaa
ectlon and report; its findings _1\, wit court ol IM** C..unt>. FlorU
: : I ...... r alCIIII:&.. Br N. C. .......... P. C. : I.M.VHANCK A'U
t the ADDITION a..sridn
$ next meeting.Dr. ::1Inu Uw flat' Ikrra.af RejuvenateYour (Chaos Owt **at| .n DlIEU Ull111t
Frank"Hausman. appearing rai> (Apr. 14. Mar I, .. II)
of the two. .e... W tills Coast, N. Rtrowe A.%,
in behalf, of taxpayers an Kings rlafd. Car N.. tlghwajr' asked.whether it would Two MId gasping H foraaaU ....... I NoUc kj kmby elms that Cup D. Aw +
XUi all ......, of t Chas
she _!. and tin kotdar M M.II" City
>ot be possible to Include in the :, lapnrkmaMW thmuntn .........1..*. *r In Tal Crrtlfl.<*M 11_..... ...,.. doted TPOPICAUMDNKEYJUHGLE
Ity PWA project some provision* ,.' *..* apptrtalnliH. Mac Now to satisfy, Wood Work to* Itk day *f J_ A. 0. IBM lu* tiM 1
_ld di.xa. I aid Vort"'...... In mr "'.... and PM oadrippUratlon 1
at rebuilding electric light line Lat.4 **' ate ..Jw at II.,.. A. D. teal Body. Fender Repair for Ml died M tao ....-
,11 that thoroughfare. Gordon LIEN M WOM.BT, BpacW Martn aaooroaiM- with low Sam Cmirteaw

:tv-jr..power,plant MlpeHntendent "OHM A.4;. .ou Ckanrry"IF-a.: J"(,. -Tops_and. TrJmmfrijf : II.>.*"nwai In UM Dad*.=I y.db.crllod Slartda pnNNtRtS 4. W1x4 'ONLY ;if

aid he 'would make a detailed MI* UMtar. Iw CMplataaMMnir- I 17 "'II.Chy oNt_ Blu* Eilataa MONKEY
< .. la, S*. III'Terr.er's Seat Covers! HM. A. In Ik* Mkwl, C uaty lDUa
of
**y the situation, and would ad. Ital of FrorUVi.Tk JUNGLE
\Ivlse1\ the council Just what cauM Painting uiinrrnt' *l Mid punni'/ "":* IN TIK V.S.
the Cwtrftrato knnrd WM In UM
said
,t>* don*. to. provide light In thU I ..
....* al view 111. and Tr. c. law
.auction: s reasonable cosi. Funeral Safe ,ald CortlfhaM smell U ...*.seed aMordlat
I law, tot nd will *... I*mi* M UMIlk lUtellsi Bite west
,) V 11 im. AMnrLA\r smf... Art's Paint Strop I day W M... A. D. Mill
) Vend sass lido dar .f Amos; A. t>. IMSLCATHCKMAM. of Naracja Read'
IjKly AftnMtonl B. .. : CMrkCi..N OIl
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Pairs Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. May 8,_n 1936.__

I I'd over to the juvenile court to' !ident of the county. council, will
EPILEPTIC MAN answer charge of stealing a bicycle DR. NORMAN TO Install the new offlceta of the i
ia MM Lauderdale Wednesday Homestead association, Mrs. Jas.
FALlS INTO BAY, night,. Camp rode tooth on the bike until Rheney, first vice-president; Mrs
they reached flerrine when Devor Hubert Nichols second vicepresident : -
AND DROWNED\ put Camp off to shift for himself j Mrs Landon Carney, sec
I Camp was picked up by ChaiOoerinf retary; and Mrs J. R. Rutland,
who brought Mm to y treasurer
Body of Miami Fisherman Homestead for questioning. Because Us voice ha failed, Dr. Mary Parcel Dickinson: Homestead -
Brought Here FromEUIott'e John Harvey: Kellogg will be unable poet will nuke the presentation -i
I to make his scheduled talkto
C.of C. Members to Hear of the past-president
Key the Homestead Parent-Teacher pima which the association has
---.,.- I Wilcox in Tariff TalkAt Association at its meeting tonightin ordered for Its Six past president,
Accidental drowning: caused the the Neva King Cooper School Mrs.!' C. N Walker, Mrs J. B.
death ol HoOle Watson SI, of IS I the regular Mini-monthly auditorium In *>U stead he !II Tower Mn C. H. Steffani Mrs. Rowers forMother's
s. W. *6th Aw. Miami whose meeting of the Redland District ending Dr. Estella: O Norman, a T. K. Kirby Mrs S. L West and
body WM token from the bay on Chamber of Commerce next Wed- member of tile staff of the Battle Mn. B. J. Dyal. j Day
the writ side of Elliott' Key by aday Bight, arrangement will Creek Sanatorium and the Miami- The Lyon brothers' quartet will
his companion, I. J. Harriott, on be made to have I large delegation Battle Creek Sanatarium at MIAMI sing. Why not sire that dear
Wednesday morning and now attend a dinner la the Royal Spring
await the disposition at relatives Palm dub at Miami May 21 at I Dr. JCellogg' indisposition was little lady you call
at Turner Tcmecal Hohie. Home- which Congressmen J. Mark wile not learned until late yesterday: Cemetery Association "MOTHER flowers on
stead: OCK will talk om "Foreign Trade afternoon when he telephoned Will Meet TuesdayThe
Testifying before Peace Justice Relation and I representative of that' he had been obliged to cancel her day?
& L. Kendrick: yesterday,Harriott, the United State state department all sanatorium lecture becauseof annual meeting of Palm i Sunday, May Tel
who operates fishing boat from a will speak briefly. strained vocal organs,and asked Tuesday, May 12, at S:SO p.m. In MKfl. JANIS McLEANN.
camp baM oft XUioU'i: Key. laid Aa invitation for office and that Dr. Norman be substituted the Chapel at the cemetery Mr*. G I
that he Ml! Watson, who he laid member of the local chamber to for him on the program at to- chapel at the cemetery, Mrs. Q.: N. 4TH ST., 1ST AVE.
wu subject to epileptic attack, I attend -the dinner wa received night11 meeting. R. Oldendorf! Its secretary an- these HIM
working as the deck of the boat her Wednesday; and President MI'I.3. A. Austin, retiring pres- nouneas. I
and went below to the cockpit Ben Archer Immediately accepted
,since the subject for dimension to 11 Ml: 11SANBO2N
When Harriott came on deck about
one of vital Interest to grower of
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salnutM Safer he aaw Wataon'i
avocado and kmI.toeIln the Red-
body floating la, the water alongside -
land District Several member Daisy
and brought It on board, h, ;
testified. advised of the event, have requested
that reservation be made
Harriott immediately notified for them.
C. M. Brookfield. special deputy Coffee MILK
aherilT who WM spending the I
night on th* Island and the bodyof Augustus Wynn Now II I
Watson WM taken to the main In Charge of Station)I
3 tall
land in Brookfleld'f boat. Dr. J. Ib e cansIc
A. Smith certified to drowning ai Augustus Wynn; has taken over
the cauie-of death after examining management of Central Service I! e ,
the body. Station at Krome avenue and N.W I 27c :
Watson had been employed until second street where he ha been
recently: M t relief laborer on employed for several months I SATURDAY SPECIALS
the key, Besides)ii* widow, Mr*. The son of Mr. 'and Mr J. Q.
Dora C. Watson of Miami, he Wynn of this city, 'the new man-1'I
., leave bit .Mother Mr*. William ogee I* a graduate of Homestead I CLOTH BAG 'SWIFT'S JEWELLCOMPOUND
M. Watson, Ocbloknec. Ga. and High School and ha resided her,I
I sister, Mrs. O. O. Hook of Mi for the past ten year Realizingthat c
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ami. I satisfied customer 1* his Sugar 53
greater asset, Mr. Wynn says It Is 10 H,,
ant TIUXVES ARRCSTCDSimon hilt Intention to maintain a grade lb.pkg.14c-41bpkg.50c
Camp, It and Elgin De- of service that will hold his present
roe, 14, Tort Lauderdale
negroes patronage and convert transient -
were arrested bjr Constable Joe trade Into bllliI SNO-BAli CORY ROLL
permanent DOG FOOD "J .Case 25c
: Scarborough test week and turn- /

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<1 I: CABBAGE------2c 1b. .32CNo.
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J ; Augustus Wynn i ij 2 cans--29c STRING BEANS 17c lb. 3ScBACON

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has GOLDEN RIPE NO. I MAINE II lbs GlOaGLBananas \
! j assumed management of the POTATOES-----27c


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1 CENTRAL SERVICE STATION 3 lbs. iac WIIITR VINEGAR HOUSE gallon
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and a complete line of accessories Peanut OVEBSXA Butter BEANS--------19c ASSORTED FLAVORS pkf. STARE RIBS '


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