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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 22, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00073
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXIV-NUMBER 21. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1936.( WUCK iVE CENTS: :



EXPERTS SAY I Both Cuba-Mexico Parties to Be Tariff Asked to in Includei PlatformsDiplomacy i: COMPROMISE LAW\ PERMITS




POOL FLOOR threatened desertion In respect of the-ruling to al generally the resolution and the movement I SALE OF BEER AND WINE BUT

political party if demand for a In lieu of this document a new' II
protective tariff against Cuban resolution will be' drafted by a
CAN BE FIXED I.trwt and vegetable import were;i committee named Tuesday night CLOSES SALOONS ON SUNDAY
jot met,prevailed at a mass meet-,' n wlH-ibe. submitted, to the chairmen ;
700 South Floridagnmner ofthe Democratic and !
tag of Mm I Itepobllcm I -
and merchant la Homo-. national committee and wffl 1
3 Independent Opinions Head school auditorium Tuesday petition, each party;: to Include in its CITY ATTORNEY! Teetotal Sunday Ban Ordinance

Agree on Method to tight. platform,plank favoring the protection ), Voted Out as
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: A evolution expressing willing Alllel'bllprod
Be Followed' CM to support at the coming elections uct against destructive eompe-j RULEs: WEBB NOT Tie Is Broken
any party that would pram titian from Cuba and Mexico andtavorjnf
; The "floating floor" la the deep tee an .hamediaVt g nnbaiv .e f< repeal of the Cuban trade' Another local liquor law follow
end of Homestead's: municipal ,higher ri S against fcc4gn fruit agreement OUTSIDE LIMITS ed Its predeoeaaor Into the wastebasket
twtanming pool can be refold and I ... vegetable, met with consider' On this agreement are Francis Monday eight when Ordinance
tied to bedrock: by steel anchor,I. optxwIUon from the floor af M. Dolan, chairman of the Miami I ut, prohibiting the eels
rod and the 61 by 190 concret It had been read by Jobs a. Chamber of Commerce agricultural I Councilman Was Not Par of whteavey, !beer and wine on Sunday -
tank restored to iuabl* condition., William, chairman ef ThU conclusion was reached' I Joseph Trombetta.. widely attorney; L L. Telvtngton of [ ty to Suit and Wants 127, closing saloons on Sunday tart
the week by the genera pool I known buyer and shipper of MU Miami: Lamar Paxson, county to Stay in ; permitting Sunday beer and wine
mittee after expert Opinion, ants, voiced the psfcvafling sentiment I eommlMloiier of the fourth district 'I sales In places where "hard" liquor -
from three Independent sources' when averted the<< threat and John O. William The According to an opinion given' Is not handled, was .ube (1\..-
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' hal been obtained. Consulting Of party desertion would weaken (Continued on Page Four) bj City Attorney George E. McCsikUl ed a* a compromise tnanaui Thl
Engineer. Wax fiydow of Miami ---- at Monday night' council, passed its first and second searing -
County Engineer 8. f. Friedman THE WEATHER :I meeting, .titerj,wTD be no change uamilmously..
*n| Architect Walter DeGarmo of iCITY'REQUESTSIFUND Ofltrbl vwflwr rwrt of ttw SuMmplrclMat. I in the )>el'llOnJ\l\\,; f that body unless A roll can ballot on he
Mi;| | have been consulted. The .....- ........ 11-. .....- some citizen choose: to file a, discarded ntisure, which was up
pool committee made an inspection TRANSFER Data 11\l ii1nal Bar.1! Rain protest against incumbency of for U final reading found Count
of the tank Wednesday afternoon May If 8:1: 4 30. 4 I Councilman Frank Webb.It men Joe L. Burton, J. O. Wynnand
with Mr. OeOarmo, who contributed May D .. I. 61 30.08 .02 J* perhaps true Ben W. Morris arrayed In favor .
his time and service to PWA PROJECT May 10 .... .. 8. 80 that Mr. Webb WM tochnlcalJ1'l of the ordinance against Councilmen 1
the committee. A pedal committee -ION May 11 88 liD 30.02 tome degree by the Frank Webb Henry :

made a similar Inspectionlast May. 13 _... 85 82 30.02 decision of Judge Dams last week Brooker, Jr., and Frank B. Rue, i
week with Mr. Friedman. MrSydov : Pole Line Expansion Sub- stay J3 ___._ 85 U 30.00 a. his property if lust outside the I who voted "NoFor the tint .'.
Inspected the pool at the May U .._, 17. U 80.00 new city limit and adjoin that I time since the present council
tituted For Water (
request of Counrflman Frank Rue. MaT JJ 84 30.01 of & H.Filth,on of the successful look office it was necessary for .
Tb* county engineer ha agreedto Valve! RepairsTransfer May 10 i4 U 30.06 plaintiff In the suit, Mr. Me-I President Tom Hard to cast the f
furnish plan and specifications MaT 17 _Z.: IJ 41 CasklU *. However, Councilman deciding vote, which wa "No", f
for the patching. Mr. Hue ha fettered CII $7,00rent one May It __ II I a au Webb wa not a party to the 1 Ordinance, 228 carried the ..'"- it'3dorserocnt
_. << to furnish the' services of plow of th work to aaothw ....,. ,18, Sit 4a, nil;. did not wish 'to be Ousted' of the Redland District }j
an engineer to stay on the Job and within the original PWA project 20 AS x5.9$1 11MMq from the city and cannot be com- Ministerial Association which WM
; set that the plan and specifications allotment of 'UI1I, ha been requested Ma, .N p pelled to forfeit his Homestead represented at the council meeting : \
are followed to the letter by the city council which' citizenship against AM will encrfrt by the Rev. A. A. Xoeitline
The committee voted Wednesdayto adopted a resolution drawn by WALKER TO STEAK by further process of law the attorney who said that inasmuch a* the ordinance -
accept both offer and request William Sydow, consulting engineer AT TOWNSEND CLUB MEET ruled. He advised the conformed to the state ;
Mr. Friedman to proceed at once last Monday night Mr*. C. M. Walker county school council to let the matter rest until liquor law and had been pronounced \
with preparation of blueprint Original plan called for the expenditure I board member, will speak on there 1* some new development, at enforceable by Mayor
The Rev. Wra. C. Taylor of St. of $10,500 for repair-' "What the Townsend Flan Could present not anticipated.In Charles T. Harper, his group recommended I
Johnj Church in Homestead, Lan tag water main valve and fire hy I Do for Our Schools", at the regular reporting the Hit of plaintiffs its passage. In effect: i
\ engineer and be, also, ha offered drants. The figure we excessive+ weekly meeting of the Homestead In the ouster lull last week, it wa designed to close on Sunday \
to blip with the project (Continued on Page Four) I Townsend Club, Sunday at the Leader-Enterprise in error Included all place soiling beer and light :
-- 2:30 p. m. (In the Neva King Cooper the name of Henry Brook. wines, a* well a* saloon handing '
School auditorium. er, Jr. This should have been intoxicating liquor +
Offices
Draw
for :
Candidates
I Major "Mr Walker 1* especially qualified Henry Brooker ST., a* Councilman: Ordinance 227 prohibit the
Homestead to handle the subject in an Brooker wu not concerned in the Sunday sale of all beverage containing
Audience to Rallygeneral ,
Large original and Interesting manner," salt and is I unaffected by the court' more than 14 per cental- .
said T. D. Plche president of the ruling, which leave his residence' cohol between the hour of It
Three candidates for major attorney general. Arrayed against Homestead Townsend Club. 'Parnt within the city limit p. m. Saturday and 12.01 a. m. the r,
state office, including two seeking him wen the present governor, teachers -and--- pupils are-- ursv following Monday. Originally act l
the gubernatorial chair, were several Urge corporation, bonding 1- attend. Mrs. Vera Summer- Outdoor Living Room for midnight, the daily closing
last-minute addition to the pro- companies and special Interests will ling, hour was changed to 11 p. m. at
grant at the political rally In seeking favoritism, he said. I To Be Studied by ClassThe the suggestion of Councilman
American Legion park last Satur- He accused Attorney General Cary I CLAS DAY U MAT t* Karri Mayor Harper agreed to
day. They were well received by D. Landis of being "the ,over- FOR HOMESTEAD HIGH outdoor living room will bathe the correction.
an unusually large audience of nor' mouthpiece", bribed by the I The Homestead High School : theme of next Tuesday even Restaurant handling liquor
nearly 1,000 voter Field crate promise of elevation to the supreme senior class will hold its class day In,'* session of the home-ground must close their door on Sunday,
seats were provided by a local court bench. Bentley laid service in the Neva King Cooper beautification class which meet regardless of their lack of Intentto
packing house and set In place by he would go Into the office without School auditorium at 10:20: a. m., weekly in the room of the Homestead sell intoxicant Saloon must .
Homestead Boy Scout Loudspeaker entangling alliances, If elect\ Friday, May 29. High School classes in agriculture be dOlled from 8am. until sundown
facilities were available ed. He outlined his program for The Redland class day will be George N. Wakefield. the on election day
through the courtesy of Ed. 8. (Continued on Page Eleven) week later. instructor, announce While excluding the sale of beer
Bentley .candidate. for- attorney 1 and wine from the Sunday closing
of rock
The discussion garden
who permitted his sound the ordinance -
ban latest prohibits
truck to remain on the grounds Monkeys Trapped by Frank Buck Come I construction which was begun this the (tie, barter, donation or
I week will be finished, also, he
until the program ended. serving of any beverage with alcoholic -
1:. C Chronlnter, precinct committeeman To Simian Colony at Tropical Jungle said. content to or by person .r
presided and introduced under the age of 21., Distance *f
for CANNON HUE SATURDAY saloons from churches or school
the scheduled speakers
;;umonkeY'
county post, and Mayor CharlesT. More and werebrought pair of cottonhead marmoset, A Patrick Cannon, candidate 1* not specified, but the city ha
Harper Introduced the aspirantsfor to Tropical Monkey Jungle bought from Frank Ruhe, New tor congress from the fourth Florida been toned in such a manner at
state honor Thomas E. Kirby on Hainlin drive this week by York animal dealer, caught cold district will speak in American : to leave existing establishmentsundisturbed i
, president of South Dad Dem th* owner, Joseph DuMond who and died en route to Homestead in Legion park, Homestead, at 8 p. in their present location '
mad a special trip to New York the baggage car wherein Mr. Du
ID It Violator of the new
: n., SaturdaY. May wa announced I *
:vicechairman secretary to buy these latest dweller In the Stand mounted guard over his here yesterday.The (Continued on Page Four)
big hammock which I* now their charge


ing.Raleigh toe Pettewy governor, Tmpa'WM the candidate first ,, home.Seven rare simians were to be monkey His purchase, very rare Included from a spider Buhe, Tung Oil Trees Adapted to Dade to Be 11

outlined his added to the po\ IJ1', but one ef a 'and a pair of young mandril baboons
platform speaker. H which* briefly Include adequate imported from French Distributed by Subtropical Station J Jtilt

for run term Games ScheduledFor Kamerun In West Africa by Warren ,
revenue Ball '
Buck. The baboons, fierce I :;;
in
schools, honest election every Sub-Tropical Experiment
Tonight Postponed agricultural resource of that
with and warlike by nature, will weigh
v county, state co-operation other local about 125 pound each when fully Station hat a number of seedlings part of the state," Dr. Wolfe Mid.
" municipalities I and "It I I. not suited for growing In
scheduled of the Soft Lumbang (Akurlteitrlaperma
of The diamond ball game grown.
t ia adjustment
government southern of the state, but
the s
hooded debt and proper maintenance for tonight on the municipalfield From Frank Buck of screen and ), a specie of tung-oil part '
of existing highway between Tavern Store of story tarns DuMond bought a tree and would be glad to distribute -' another species of the same genus,
construction -I Tavernier and Rustic Inn of Male- couple of spectacled langun rareand I' the Soft! Lumbang tree, aPPNI'Ito
(I preference and tax to new exemption road for cumbe and between Ckminger delicate Inhabitant of the them to lots of five to pergone tie well adapted to Dade County: 'L,
)
home owner He also stands for Packing Co., and Brooker Lumber tangle *f Slant These monkey; I Interested In the possibilitiesof condition This tree produce
fair regulation and developmentof I ('0., have been JaltponedlnW the seldom Jive long in captivity and growing them c< H S. Wolf, horticulturist a* the tung oil for making r
public utilities and tall other end of the month. Several members were brought here at considerablecost nounce Dr. '
legitimate Industries, particularlycitru of the Clonlnger team are attending by their new master u an experiment ia charge. paint and varnish. Whether this
, and truck fanning.Xd school and the Homestead DuMond believe that "The. tung-oil tre* baa been tree can be cultured profitably, at
I be to planted extensively in northern the tung-oil tree IS, remain U>
Bentley said he wu waging: Junior-senio'banquet wilt be held ia his hammock ha will able
., I l[ added greatly be d'btertnlned by tent reg.
'" a lone'campallJ\ the office pf tonight ,rev them to adult site. riorhU Wd: bee

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Paw Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 22. 936.WILCOX .
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: Florida City Winteri :i says be la short on promisesbut English; candidate for state su- ., !
RALLY ; WILSON SEEKS
I haves te be bag an eel ser- periatendent of public Instruction
Resident Dies in North 1
i vice to the schools of this county"

AT RED LAND I IIIGII POST AS HEAD OFDADE'SSCHOOLS' He Is M yean of age married and he the slogan catchiest of the and entire mot primary valuable I

,i John Zelkr winter resident at; l,1 has two children i* a member of
> Florida City lied at hia home in' the Baptist Church, Masons, "We need English in our f
SCHOOLTONIGHT ttettberg. N. J. on May II DeS: ) I American Legion and Lion Club, schools" la the phrase which accompanies I
was buried lit Falrvarw Ormetery of Miami Bench all Ms advertising.
'! la that city tm May 14 He was M Colin English has taken leaveof

Congressman Invites Opponents 1! :years old. Former Homestead Prin- "We Need-English in Our absence, without pay, from his

to Share j i Mr Zeiler WM at one time Dem-( Candidate for Schools," Says EnglishOcala duties aa principal of the Ocala
| ocrsUc ehleftain of aU North Hud-i s cipal schools, in order to meet voters of J
Platform I son. He served aa mayor of Cut I j SuperintendentJames May !1-Many political I II I Florida, and particularly school
tenoerc .. Me earner HC., and wa| I authorities have agreed that Colin officials and teachers.
i Mark Wilcox who has man..ced .' tI t
a bAner aheriff of his county.The j T. Wilson who recently I I
to break away from his I cone funeral cortege was escorted'
candidate for the office
qualified M a -
rtbikwal duties In Washington by OwMeoberc and Hudson County If You Want f
of of
superintendent public
I Ir
I ng enough to make a belated poHai.Mr i
I Instruction w well known to residents -
irt in hia for re-eleC'' ,
campaign
and lira. Teller came toFlorida of the Bedland District a friendly Capable
t n as representative from the i) ,
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City about ten years ago,. when he served M supervising
1" uth concrewiunal' district of Honest and Thor.
: I puitheaij the former Lawrence principal of Homestead and Flan
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i ida will addrvu South Dade
Taylor; cottage on South Broadway da City schools prior u hIS transfer oughly Qualified
tuiatarallv to b. Mid at Red1 -
and had made their winter to a similar position at Miami',
I d Farm Ufr Srlxol on Friday.
K 22 at 8p m >home> there ever since Beach six years .IK" r
Mr. Zeller is survived by his Mr. Wilson was born ill Missi COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
\1. Wilcox A .ill under an ac- wife. Mrs. Katherine Zeller, who sippi and was educ.>tc'd in the pub ,
1 ,11 or his sU H urdship: and make
is seriously IB of intJ_. andseveral
,, Ifc tchools of thai 'Lite He 10-
i h tailed report of hia IeCOIIIJ -
daughters and fraadcbjt- celved his Bachelor of Science' d"1
"men Is during his first term
dress i great from Mississippi. State C. lfege I
onanlie will discuss: the
He later took a Master degree '
( ban tariff on fruits and
vege- IN DISTRICT 5
'IIODCES WIIX BROADCAST In public school administration -
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i tiles. the Townsend Plan and old k
HATriONT PARK BrCCCII at Columbia University, New
JIperul_ national defense and
: :
diner William C. Hodges, one of tile' York City This l post-graduate Vote for
important subjects that an
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leading candidate for governor work Included special studies and
in the
now political limelight H*
anxious will speak to Dade County votersat observations in school buildups,
is to meet his Redland
Chas. Ga Turner
District constituents and will Bayfront Park, Miami nextTuesday supervision of Instruction, budget
gladly answer any questions that at I p m. Arrangementshave making, school financing and
be asked. been made to broadcast his teaching personnel This traininghas
tnay
address over station WQAM for r been used to good advantage ON JUNE 2ND

I the benefit of those who will be recently In the $700,000 school

PATY ADHERENTS unable to attend the rally. i building program at Miami Beach.] Your Vela and Support Are
Mr. Wilson points to a successful Solicited a.4'UI Be
MORE MONET KOaUaWIIOOLS career of 13 yean in.hia chosen Appreciated
SAY I
CANDIDATE Tallahassee Ma>?.JJ=.Another profession as a major qualification (
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from 1' I'.tld distribution to schools the for the office he seeks and jI

GAINING GROUND state' general revenue fund was I I
ordered late today Mytgitei :ornp-
troller J. M. 1.e4" MlvBed the

Supporters of B. T Poly say governor there waA allable 1452- S t rs

Mat the West Palm Beach candidate 754 gt i
for governor Is gaining This bring the year's total state
ei und and votes wherever he contributions to schools to $g-
tr.,ell.Pat. "'.808. which la seven hundred

is advocating repeal of the dollars per teacher unit

slat machine law and abolition of

tree poll tax: state regulation and payer He Is married und has
rtipeniilon of all public utilities three children, and la a member I
complete revision of the taxing of the Methodist Church Amen-

system: emtnripotion of all married can Legion Mason, Shrim ,.nd i iElkf. I,
women in' -poct to contract I .
rights: .ibolitl,,n or consolidation I If
non-ewnt' oi i )",irds. commls- I
'ions and depot tin nts; and the esItablithmrnt Re-elect
if ,''rl age pensions]
with. state ar,1 'o .Heral co-opera-'
lIon He woi 'd irb by constitutional I'
amendt ',a the governors C. L. WHEA T

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power to rem I' tale and county r

,rticers and fl,I I' definite restrictions _
on the si.ite pardon board
Born I in Bell Buckle, Term in
(883 he his Frosted for se\' 41
in West Pairs Bench when
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he is i property -in nee and u\
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Ernest E. Roberts You want POWER-, t : -


You want ECONOMYYou s=
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-J JI also want LOW PRICE


JI I Nowhere cure they combined ce perfectly as in Chevrolet truck


j De rnSf.rA"onomb.nuy Cheiroletlnw


Purchasing AgentA ..;..n- POWER-to pull your loads!
First choice-Chevrolet! It hat

rwlaa.m the reatest pulling power of any MEW K1CHCOM.PKIIIION : -
I pntrrcrraRTDXAULIC 1 1"M" truck in tbuDtirltluw-pricuangel! VAIVE-W-

.I\ I native Floridian. BUSKS ECONOMY save you money! First choice BEAD ENCOTE

.,rttr ,.t I Is alwe,........11.... Chevrolet! It's the moat economical truck in ...il..J.'l'oIrk. .........wax.
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j Ii i Educated in the pub- fee. muvcrrlitg. the world for all-round duty! Incnakxt lor...., greaterargkslio..urp.

, lic schools of Dad LOT PRICE-toeonserreyourcapilal! Tint ttummmj .Isi gas as l ail

County ..hoicoe-Oienolt'tl! It sells at the lowest price

at which you can buy any high-powered truck
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The only candidate in MEW ITLt-TIUMMID AD the qualities which make truck a money rutivrtoATne
Candidate for maker all the huh track
make
s qualities
the CAN
Purchasing Agent DE ICXt ; REAR AXLE
profitable-are in the
operation your highest
DADE COUNTY race that is a former with elear-vi Ms bulnaMail degree in these big powerful Chenokla."It It lanai type *h..l
I pawl fcf sals SMttnil hlrwg.1lieogsnod.i.full .
South Dade Countyman. See Tour nearest Chevrolet dealer today for

.I; Juvenile Court Judge Und at Perrinc IDroralal_buy OD.Chevrolet And then truckatmervtrot.t't Be *.ueersflomiaf _

;{ 4 Subject .e Jane DesaeeraUerrlanarW and attended public l MOTOI OOMPATT. Drrvorr. MKBUCANOCXOAL

school there.WHEAT MOTORS wsTiUJmrT rtjui-oima.T rATMCirr TO wit TOM runs j

r r ff.U HUOrmt A4r..ekaeeMiPATY has served i
( CHEVROLET TRUCKi f

:it South Dade County well


-ask Every your Promise merchant Made. Bird Chevrolet CompanyPhone i


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. i FOR GOVERNOR from r..1IhI) Adawd.a.rati P&. Homestead, fla. :
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Friday May MINX THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pate Three

I catton movement and It is said that station Me also promises to endeavor -
DADE PENSIONS University of Florida Coaches Scout I his efforts manned In -p.....-, Utrought the state
I I| tag the greatest amount of good railroad commission to secure i
Athletic MaterialJosh
State for Future
FOR THE AGEDPAYABLE work an, this project. He also has tower freight rates, in keeping : (
i i the record of winning 95 per cent I with those of other agricultural
of the law suits brought against I section of the country In order
Cody, director of athletics Conservation Council concerningthe
SOON I Miami Beach. that Dade farmer \
and head coach at the University necessity of conserving the wild 'I may compete on
of Florida and Louis W Hardage. life af Florida and asked that an 1 I He says if elected he will use equal terms with California and 1
assistant coach, were guest speakers effort be made to support candidates the full power of the office I to ob- Texas agriculturists ',
Estimated figures released by at Homestead Rotary Club for public office who are in I tales a protective tariff for the I
the state board of social welfare luncheon Wednesday The Oaineaville favor of conservation I farmers of Dade County, and to THrNT
show that there are 7429 persons visitors, who are on a goodwill Specially invited guests at the get an adequate appropriation for I Jf.: A)')
over the age of 70 eligible to receive tour of the state on behalf of meeting were: D. E. Moomaw and i I operation of the local experiment
the university were Introduce I Theodore Bleler of Homestead I '
old age pensions in Florida by Willard Flfleld, program chairman High School faculty, Edwin Lawrence -
at an estimated cost to the 67 I :, John Fredrick Otha Hackler I
counties of the state of 174J48. Clarence Froscher W H. Carter -
Mr. Hardline. who spoke first. :
With federal fund matching county said the purpose: of the tour was and Bobby Caves Homestead Nell K. WalkerCandidate
appropriation the nun of 9348
High School seniors; and Hum
to get acquainted with community
Bile In due to be paid to Florida I I I II .
Wood of Oaineivllle P. L G.ri.cI1a
I I leaders aad\ school faculties, and,
aged and needy during the tint
particularly to contact oufetand and Link Spencer of Mm
three months period beginning I were other visitorsBEACH :
1. Ing boys as pro*>aatve( students I
July and athletes. for tr*UnUUjrslty -- forreelection
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In Dade County the estimated
He read a list of boys who had a
number of pensioner ii 345,whose II '
OFFICIAL to
I gone to collages outside the state I
care will cost the county tIO.llIO.auppll'mented i
when, he said they really should
by an equal amount
from the national social security have l'nteN4Ir own state university IS PROGRESSING DADE; COUNTY
He was followed on thepro.rBm
board, which is distributing agent I
by Mr. Cody, who pointed .
for the federal government Dade'a
out that when students go elsewhere IN SENATE RACE
total of eligible ii exceeded by
Board of PublicInstruction
not only the state university -
Duval County with 878; PincUas ;
loses them and their help but
150; HiUsborough, 400; and Polk Pea
990 there Is a chance that their respective J. Harvey Roblllard, city Ittol"I I \

According to officials of the' communities will lose ney of Miami Beach, Is waging an
valuable citizens.
them future
as active In the for
of social welfare, thee campaign race I
state board
locate in other slates
They might .
the state senate and Is consideredone
t
arrived throughthe
figure were at and not return, Cody tt.'
tabulating the number of the leading contenders for to DISTRICT NO. S
Po7'f Boys who receive tempting offers the post
persons already receiving I J
assistance within the from out-of-state colleges, the Since coming to Miami 11 years : Subject te June Demeoralle
ties, through either the coun-I roach said are always outstanding ago he has taken an active Interest Primaries I
students or athletes with considerable la civic affairs and was honoredby
board, county commissioners or ,
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municipal relief agencies influence among their election as. district governorof (Political Advertisement Paid by Friend)
the Add.j fellows?whom they are likely to Lions International 1935 He "
ed are probable I
applications yet to be received take with them. was a leader In the mosquito eradi- Ij
Mr, Cody said it Is the purpose j
The intent of the old age a"lat-1 I I of the University of Florida to .
ance plan Is to maintain for ill I attract boys to Florida and to develop
those receiving the pension an' them into student and athletes
equal standard of "decency and I who later will become value
health". The amount-to be paid'I able citizens and leaden In their
will range from IS to $30 per I home communities Under a new
month, dependent the actual'
upon ruling all boys must maintain an
need of the individual One half avenge of C or better to hold
of this sum will be paid by the I I their places on the various teams. jp'7M.
county and the balance by the federal I Thus it Is necessary for the indi-
) government After the first I vidual student to keep up his 0
quarter period, ending October 1, class work in.order to graduatewith
the required age for pensioners his team and classmate. the
may bs-,reduced to. 8 J, providing speaker concluded

the sec ssary additional funds! can Dr. H. S. Wolfe, Rotary president nfeaa
be nfsed.
read a resolution from the a
No part of the county appropriations Coral Gables Chamber of Com-
Is tb be '!>I'nfor administering I merce regarding the beautification
the plan. the federal government I of certain highways with royal
adding .i per cent to its toil: poinclana trees He read also n k4Oda
for ,1drnlll"I.IUrl': t purposes nunmunlcatioe from the Florid
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children in the public schoolsof VIII ;.
Dade county. l


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Public InstructionFormerly

p YOU like the song a sweet motor tint how it feeds your ppetite for obedient

( Principal el Homestead -.el I data when we can fet together action like no other car you ever wheeled

sad Florida City Schools) and let's have some fun I through traffic!

We want you to thrill to the quiet rhythm We want you to lit actueinlii milk tine

(Paid P.1l11ooI Adceti ..aatl of the ablest straifht-eifht engine in the Bulch-io know from driving one "why

world -the valve-in-head .tr leht.elht everybody agrees Buick's the buy I IIf

in these Buicka of ours I
you've "wanted thrills power-thrill

I'M FOR HIM, ARE YOU We want you to feel the way a Buick comfort-thrill Ityle.tbrillve us I ,

minds your touch on the treadle, your chance to show you what si Buick will '

band on the,.wheel your foot on the brake.! do. How about setting the date now?
Charlie DillonCandidate
We want you to send it romping up a hill

-and learn what it means to have car

for that always has "plenty left in reserve." P9 J.i1 pries h ffW if irt iki.vh"nu

Clerk of Criminal We want you to pretend for an hour that Hut fulfil. inljitl ahey It

you own a Buick-and see for yourself =tcauma'wednd --t

Court of! Record .,IJdre 11II.
. I. hi a/.st ale _.l MttmimiuOmau
In the Jane Primary IMS ftmt

Jots the Buick SdlMr Ltra.! Morealready.
A resident of Dade '' /g&lirfa&q visa 300,000 .... driven .. e,

County for 37 years tfctsibPRESTON relM.. be row Buttle tilHiar lot

.....-..-A OINIIAl MOTOII PRODUCT.,................
Tear Vote and Support Will

Be Appreciated < .
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For honest efficientadministration .
f of this B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

i office: tote for him.

Phoned 18, Homestead, Florida :
(Paid for by South Dade Friends of "Smiling Charlie). f

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TELEOER-EKTERTRISE,!I predicted by Sydow sad I..,. I

,( FROM OUR MAIL BOX Pima wen mile to obtain I PLAY NOT
Fubtkked riM." at __ stone tone and HgMntog Insurance
toe* FU- or the garth Bade'' .. aw power gtaM and now! ALLIED WITH

rabaehm, c.. : Iter. A. A. Koestline Sew Co-operation the One Thins warn the council was ad.. '1
ed by Engineer Sydow that the I
Bar ARCHEStaiw'I!i Licking In Homestead federal gevewu eat required this SHOLTZ GROUP

:Kdttor LisaVrBmerprtsrThe -. near Hello k a'; far commercial to be done on all projects of a

!* ta.p..es. ,.aa.w., similar nature j
Entered M ttttmt rlass man I potential seso woes of City Attorney George E Mc- Raleigh Pptteway of Tampa: "
winter Matt .. lilt Nbe perteffk Hsmsotiae: are imsmuslyet negtocM newsstand to a beaoUfoJ. denraMe CaskUl Informed the board that wb spoke en behalf of his candidacy ,q"I j'
at Meows and to the highest slate the slot machine test case would for governor before a lane ;
of which to Mv*. but "One thing thou II IIcooPERATJON. I
art March I. H7t.ItTV .
latest .tackes be beard by the supreme court on and representative gathering of tiI I
H aaa been stiepttfkany stated -- Hay a{. A decision should be voters In Homestead but week ;?! f I

ruCEu..,. A TKAK that the highest value of the em'ssays Trot genuine UlrSsXFUH cooperation forthcoming about 10Sq.. later,j made It clear that he to not alliedin I
ta this fair state of ours to comes only from strong I be said. He woe allowed $M to any manner with the present i
to be found In Homestead. character and strong character cover expense of his trip to Tallahassee administration I
U comet ONLY from the CHURCH, I. as the city's representative a
I HAVE NOT LIVED (X VAIN :
One of the purest water suppHte and from the church ONLY In the case Judge Fetteway firmly denied]

I i aw act aced ha. vein.M If not the purest to be found i through the Living Christ Only any connection between him and l i

> shining gees have crumbled aairwbaie to the municipal water Christ CfI man can give that his campaign and the present !

suppiv of Homestead. 1 needed vtokm. fortitude, probity COMPROMSELAWPERMITS governor and his administration f; '
Dissolved; lib wind-Mown rate.M Our educational system to of a snd amicability; necessary for -Some of the candidates In th''i. ,
> heart bas known small laughter -'. Ugh order both to the churches : TRUE: community co-operation race have tried to suggest that 3
ad the public schools. I SUNDAY! there to some connection between I
: With the proper spirit of cooperation -
agricultural background me and the present administration.I I
Mv soul hM know
,, much pass; Homestead would be
And yet at ti'.ss.. f think cannot be equalled anywhere In I seeking to enlarge Its border lines SALE OF BEERContinued have been very positive in my
the stale. On the Johnston tropical declarations these
Mv life hM not been to vataf I rather than stand by while Its on suggestion
been : grove can be shown the possibility wherever I have spoken" be said
nave a sturdy chtok acreage' decreases etc.
A strong Mid ftMMM link I of growing hundreds of different "I didn't support Short In either 1
la the pattern .f MW chain. kinds, tropical fruits; our! The churches the past yean ( From Page One) primary when he ran for soer"nor. +

-Mary Farrell Dickinson to avocados excel aQ others grown have set a wonderful example of law. if it to finally adopted at the and be to not supporting mo
Qu/Iek...g Seed. :anywhere; It has been demonstrated -, co-operation through the splendid next council meeting win have I now." !

that SB kinds of truck spot manifested in the Ministerial their license revoked and be subject The HIIl borough County candl ;

crops can be gown here; flowers I| Association It to now time for to a fine of S250 and 60 days date said he to In favor of eliminating ,
BUILD NOW grow and bloom in profusion UI.Iftf' .' the community; at large to set Imprisonment
I aside personal differences and selfish the gasoline tr on farm machinery t
Baitd now and take.. poor : round. I Interests and tall la step with This to the third attempt by the and fishing boats. Farmers \
loa va the FbrMa Association of found Splendid highways are to be the churches, and TOGETHER go city council to adopt liquor regulations I and fishermen do not use the r.
feeding In
Brat Edit Boards through itsn.,1 Including a new concrete every dInctIon'l forward for the common good of that can be strictly en highways with their tractors and) '" i
secretary. Violet W Dun- from ill and all for one Greater Home- fared In compromising with boats and are entitled to special J
Homestead to
bva.; 'Proof that Florida building I IC"U itead. the barbecue stands and purveyors consideration for that reason he 1 1
less than It did during norm Two railroads enter the city; to of milder beverages, the council I aid
I n.n.0 In comparing), serve Its shipping need I WHAT SAY Yt believes It to representing the best He advocated more definite

tllldth thoM today. but we can- Fishing for pleasure to Ideal A. A. KOESTLIXE.: Interests of all concerned by saving rules for the pardon board as one
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I). : lay hOW long these costs Will, I II 1 off a threatened invocation of! means of curbing crime and urged -

hold' u M the whole the grand Both Parties to Be Asked the rigid and antiquated Sunday hh audience to find out just 1
to Include
< rage reduction la material. I I "Blue Laws". President Tom I how his various opponents stood

I" cee to about fight per rent Cuba-Mexico Tariff in PlatformsContinued Harris commented yesterday.The I ion the matter of law enforcement

Building i ii the key log In the much "tuned and dlartm. and the power of the governor -

11 ,strew jam ".tui a general reviv- ( -From- Page One) ed" 4J-degree parking Unas In I in relation to arbitrary removal I

.1 l in buildirx uould stimulate all resolution Witt be drafted In Miami ttl after the test case had been front of Max's Department Store of officers and to the use of

business u Nell ,i I. RIIhf' builder next Mond.3",sad offered for tried and decided Franklin's Grocery and the Dixie his veto on the pardon board. Ho
the ad\'ant,, of the Drug mysteriously erased overnight said he would insist fair. '
*< rising values adoption by the growers at another II. W. Bird, president of the upon
Inherent last week, were repainted honest and fearless taw enforceiNStrthctioss
in reel estate right meeting In the arhoot auditorium Florida Coast Growers Assoctattorv -
[K w Although prink are higher, Tuesday following mea In every department aver
next Tuesday night at eight outlined hto experiences! asa
.' II the vacant lot to meat rem son- o'clock. tomato grower and shipper in given the mayor and chief of police which the governor has a controlling -
-uK pries, and with buikiing Monday night by a highly indignant influence and pledged his
George & Fletcher South Florida for the put M yeanHe .
< sues they are, there to every of Florida president i predicted the tomato indotry city council record as a public official and
Agricultural
opportunity I* take tie rise In lot sockkUon Tariff Ave would be extinct within thfteJftJ'f The minions of the law were ettteen as security for this polity.Slot .
the
was principal speaker orders
value and tile given to ma the culprits.
profit machine laws and
the twont
InbuildingF" If the -
act
last growers were given
Tuesday. For
vaN nearly an to earth and see that they a
hour he Immediate relief from unfair Job man practice were vigorously
told hie
audience of the I brought before Ids honor the

difficulties experienced foreign competition. White >preferring I may assailed by PeUeway, who asserted
by Luther
I or, in police court at the earliest
MW NATIONAL: FOREST WHOUOA L Chandler of Couldi Frank B a tariff that would entirely possible moment he would take the lead la
Rue of Homestead and himself in eliminate Cuba be suggested a' driving the one-armed bandits out
of Florida, and would abolish the
gaining a measure of recognition compromise whereby an embargo'LOCAL
On Mar; IJ the president of be In their Washington fight toe a protective I could be placed on Cuban products BOYS M I practice of appointing members ol
fitted States signed a pros lam- tariff. Interviews wKh during the months of February the legislature to executive Jobs,
hon which rxtabUaliea the Apalachicola President Roosevelt, Vice-presi and March, DIode County's I II be to elected.

purchase unit M I na dent John Garnet Secretary Mf heaviest shipping period He aida NITRATE PRIZES I
tional forest II" a part of ChI State CordrU Hull. Senators miHion men Could be put back

Florida National Forests, which, I'Wldwr.nd Trammel aad otbet to work it a protective tariff were CALDWELLIIITSCHAIN
consist or the Chortawhatchre te 1 national figurer were Ascribed isnposed. Francis Irwin 1 B. Cloninger.

the western part of the Raw; the In a breeiy manner by )fro Fletcher Support of the movement Wat Marion Henderson Robert Klich STORES

Apalachicola north from the Iowa, who to plaintiff In a son to test pledged by W. Keith Phrifcps. president and Labors Bishop students in vocational -
Of Apalachicola on the Gulf aod the agriculture In the Homestead
legality of the Cubaji rtctproehy of Miami Chamber of Corn
southwest from Tallahassee In treaty; sehedaM for hearing to nerve; Earl liaison, presides have and Redland high schools, FROM PLATFORM
liberty and Franklin counties; the United Slates Custom Court to elect ef Miami Rot.Club; and been declared winners in s
Ocala, a few miles east of the city New York next month Walter W. Brans. presMMt of crops contest sponsored by the division !
.f Ocala and the of agricultural education of'
;
insole northeast Coral Cables .
Chamber of Commerce Orlando
County; Commissioner m May 21 Striking
bind of acquired Lake City; with a __. gave Fletcher and Chandler eyed ; oO of whom speed Ota it' Florida made according this week to; by announcement George'i(I straight from the shoulder Stafford -
area of II
1,000 it for was essential for aU the meant a' Caldwell
effective work k* Washing N. Wakefield and M. Miami candidate
acme.Ter A. Baker
ton and strongly advocated continuance Nines of Dade County to stay together Smith-Hughes teachers. for governor this week drove a

present boundwM give the of the fight He suggested on this vital ......L offered by the Chilean Prizeswere NItrate dynamic plank into his platform
AUchk a game area of sppnialmsleiy that definite action Cram South educational when be declared himself on the
Bureau lac
three hundred thousand Florida growers be postponed un- The purpose of the side of the independent merchantsby
acm. That mean that purchases CITY REQUESTS I to Mr. Wakefield contest and Mr according ; his unqualified endorsement of

by the federal govenment I.... Baker was to demonstrate i the Florida Recovery Act Cald-
0>jy continue until to
acquired, when M would acreage have to KEDLAND F. F. F.ley FUND TRANSFER practical fertilization., economical: value of correct I stand for statement the independent declaring merchants his
Judging
was
cease unless boundaries were ex Desalt Late done leas cawed a great influx
on the basis of yield
tended. Purchaaes la Florida for ... per acre, of congratulatory! which
ON cost unit message
national forest per return per dollar Invested -
purposes were aur PWAJTiOJECT have poured into his office from
The Rodland labor Income
thorUed by the Florida chapter af the F. net profit,
legishr an over the state Letters and
F. A. held and of
ture la 1931 its annual "Father and I ** accuracy accounting recordssubmitted.
t Son" banquet at the Log Tavern (Continued From Page One) telegrams, telephone cans and personal -

Young tree ire protected from Monday night I i) and the bid was rejected. SU.Ita In the truck crops division, visitations from businessmen
fire on this forest as on all Francis Irwin ., Florida over the last three
theStan Superintendent W. & was allotted to rebuilding of pole won second prize of
boo toretts. When the $10 on Ms days have created an unprecedented
pines Cawtbon talked on the Tine Fun.damentab lines throughout the cfty The cucumber project with
sulUbte tor turpenttnlng attain a of Farming". He resolution asks that this sum be the third, fifth, seventh and eigh beehive of activity m the Calder -

certain sUe. the rights to work Introduced by H. E. Wood was creased to $21,962 and the Prizes of $1 each going to S well headquarters.

der.them are sold to the h'thtit wI itinerant teacher trainer for thsitato amount set aside for water Hoes, I Cloninger Robert Klich Mat rloa Stafford Caldwell to the only-

Sawtimber handled In I Florida.. be reduced to me. estimated ecs Henderson and Labon Bishop, candidate for governor who has
i similar manner The plan to to The of repainting the serial tank at 1 respectively.; The fan prtae of declared himself in favor of the
1. ;. so manage he forest as to keep s fathers welcome address to the the power plant $.S was won by. Mm "Jones of Florida Recovery Act; in fact U
continuous yield ready for the was given by Warren It to far son Important that the Senior on bin celery project the only candidate who has discussed
Wood and the
; economic denonds of the country. by O. S. Fletcher.response was given pole lines be completely rebuiltand excellent results such as abe the chain .tore Mmes at all,
made practically storm proof taxed ky. these boys" said Mr. hit supporters claim. I

! The more quietly and 1 The guests on this occasion were I with the present IpproprlaUoa.than Baker and Mr. Wakefield.mske The Orlando Morning Sentinel. \

. we aU it on the better-peaceably the bet the fathers Mr. Wood, Mr. Cove to spend the money for valve me best argument w* know eg In hi commenting upon the bold .
\ ter for ounette*.- the better for thon. some of the teachers from and hydrant work that can be done (aver .* ........ fateBigeat letstroke made by Stafford Caldwell
;. eur neighbor\ In nine case out Redland High and the advtoei* at Intervals by city forces, Super WiIa.... said: 'This action should rally real s

,,' t Of tea the wisest policy Is. It and presidents of three neighborIng Intendent Gordon W. Ivey; told Ml port to CaUwelL who. incidentally
" ( cllftta'IJU. quit dealing sman chapters. Including the sneia-, the council. If the transfer togranted Little Martha had gone to to held to -be the best
with berg, fathers and guest there ,, Ivey. said ho intends toenlarge1 chorea, and on her
.. him: If he to abusive quit his return home campaigner te the army of fourteen -
company were 4. present the scope at the pole setting her Mother asked her :
r \ ; If he sanders take how she and who to said to be the one
::1 to live so that nobody you win cart For entertainment wo had a to 590 poles SS feet long and Bked the ..... 1 liked u very entry who does a better Job of

: him; no matter who he la believe tap dance by Raymond Albright ten 40-foot poles, thereby salvaging much,aIttMucb: an the people said holding support after he create
he or bow and some selection on a harmonica for future expansion some 190 il! was lad" she replied.AB It." '
t Is rnltuaes you the wisest way by on* of the tatters, M of the old poles that are still so the people said w was bad? 1

tI I them generally to nothing to let better him alone; for I Fletcher.On good condition and can be used What *> yon mean, sTeair* "We must have a pergola In the YI
than this the menu were: cocktail for replacements needed. "'Ob '
as at wee s. bad that when garden this spring."
J I with cool the calm quiet way of dealing vegetable' soup salad tried chicken Favorable action on the requestbeaht Tiey were preying7 g heard; them Is the toil suitable for Itr* 1"Well

wrongs wo meet with.- mashed potatoes string ,I I by PWA state officials to whom say, '"Lord have aaercy upon os look through a seed cata- ,

Bp. .Patrick, ?., _..:;:: sod Ice cream and cukex -1:I the..rv.eiuetun. +1;.ddee.aL. tentseesbhr....n"... h.---: .; :...1&Jff Wo: urb4w: b. .
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JUNIOR CLASS WILL BANQUET SENIORS ". MR. AND MRS. J. R. RUTLAND GIVE ;

;IIJ f I IN MOTHER GOOSE LAND TONIGHT I' The CalendarMay MUSICALS IN HONOR OF VISITORS ;i I

22H. R & Junior-senior j -

The junior of Homestead High 1 Little, Miss Mary Moon, Miss Jean banquet Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rutland gave, in serving an Ice course. !

School will take the dignified seniors Parmsn Miss Fern Robertson.Miss May S3-Areme Club meeting an informal musicale Monday j 1 Those Invited included: Mr. and I

back to Mother Goose land I Melba Sever. Miss MarJorie i I with Mrs. Wayne Calkins.I evening In honor of Mr. Rutland's,' Mrs. L. & Sommers. Mr. and Mr*.

Y $ tonight when the annual J\lnlor-I Sullivan, Mis Ruth Tower Min I May S3-Future Farmer benefit uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. F I W. R. Bird. Mr. and Mrs. Been

senior banquet I Ia held In Legion Hazel Sullivan, Miss Katherine fiance In Country Club. L. Rutland of SumUrvifle '1a.,1,j Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb,
hall Mother CoolIe character Vann, Miss Loll Walker Miss Lois I who art visiting them this week the Rev. and Mn C. N. Walker

will look out from large panel Whitehead, Sam Allen, Whitney' May M y-- Open meeting ot The house was attractively decorated Mr and Mn. Lawrence, Mr. andMrs. !
Homestead a P. W. C. at the horns
} whJch decorate the wall and Beam, Labon Bishop Harry with garden flowers. R. E Edwards. Mr and Mr*
screens. The _ltIn're.hmen'boy. Brown W. R Carter. Robert! of Mrs. L. L. Bow at S p. m. I The program consisted of a vi1Olin a I. Gault Mr. and Mrs. Frkk, i

and girls! -will weer Mother, Caves, Aubrey Cheshire, J B.,I May 28-Ladies' Night at Red- and piano number by Dr H. Dr. and Mrs. Wolfe the Rev. and IMre.

Goose attire the place cards and Clonlnger, D. H. Dellinger, 'J'heo6'clore land District Lions Club. S. Wolfe and Mrs. Jos. Elder, piano I E. L. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. J. ,

programs will be bin from Mother, Franklin, John Fredrick,1 May tt-District meeting ot W. solos by Miss Irene Wtchard vocal M. HoUerty Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ,

GOOM. and even the toasts will be Clarence Froscber Myron and Virgil I M. S. In Homestead Methodist solos by Mn. Wm. Mussel1 Arthur Mr. and Mn. Blake Mr I

built around the childhood rhymes Orennell. Otha Hackler Edwin Church from 10 till S o'clock. white piano solos by Mrs. J* R and )'In!. Elder Mr. and Mr*. :

Francis Fitzpatrick, president I Lawrence Clayton Lehman, Nel-I May 88 Woman's Club of : Webster, dialect readings by Mrs.Julia Musselwhite Dr. and Mr* Frank ;

of the juniors, U to be the toast- son McCourtncy. Richard Mattaon Homestead guest day program at Polk, a piano solo by Mrs.I Han Mr. and Mn. Lee R +

3 mailer and he will make the welcoming -' Tommy MofTett, Earl Rohrer and 3 o'clock. J D. Redd a trio by Dr. Wolfe!I Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Webster :

address. Miss Annie Mae, Bill Verco : May J -Meeting of home- Gee M. Frick and Mrs. Elder,' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skill, Mr. "

Booth, senior, will respond to the The other guest Invited are/ grounds beautification clan In and piano solos by Mrs. Elder. !I and J L. Burton, Mr. and
toast, "A B. C:" Mrs. C. N. Walker -i County Superintendent and" Mr*.'I Homestead school agriculture M.... Frick Mrs. E. L. Lawrence -[, Mn. J..ra.D. Redd Mn. T. Fleita. j

county board member, to "Jack Chas M. Fisher; H. H. Filer, member roams at 7'SO.: Mrs. D. P. Blake and Jd1 i Mn. Pope and Miss Irene Wlrhrd. ; i

t. and Jill"; Supervisor t. T. Pearson of the county school board and, May 28-Meeting of Royal Potntiana Frank Webb assisted Mrs. I \ :

; to "Old King Cole", School Mrs. Filer; L T. Pearson, tupervli-'I Grove at S p. m.

Trustee Frank Skin to "The House, or of teachen of Dade County, andMr May 28-R H. B. class day ex- I BUNCO PARTY AND DANCE ARE ENJOYED f )
That Jack Built"; Principal L. B. "
Pearson W R Combs, school, ercises.
Sommers, to "Simple' Simon"; and board member, and Mrs. Combs;,' May 19-R. R S. Junior-senior !, BY JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB AND FRIENDS I

D. E. Moomaw, to "A DUlar a the Rev and Mrs. C. N. Walker;!(I banquet I

Dollar". Frank Skill, A. J. Campbell and I i Jun. 5-R. H. S. class day exercises. The Junior Woman's; Club of Mn Pauline McCon- i
R. G. Huff
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The Mae Rose studio will furnish Wm. J. Geronimo trustees; JoI..iGeo. I .
a floor show. M. Frick, M.... J. E.!: Oausens' June $-O. J:. S. meeting la I. Homestead was entertained Homestead at a neU. Mrs. J S. Horton Mist Ellm f 1
bunco party at the I Miss Inea Branch Miss T I
and Mrs. A. F. Arthur, junior room a O. F. hall. Payne
each
A dance to which Junior
'I night by
Country Club Tuesday Pearl Whitaker, Min Emelie Fred f
and senior Invite mothers Mrs. Carl Deden, Mrs.Lee June 8 Episcopal
is to at ,1 member of the entertainment
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guest will fol'low'the banquet H. Lehman, Mr*. J. Tom Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. J. A.'Hooks. Mrs. Harold rick, Misses Eloise and Mary ,
I committee for May, Bridle, Miss Thelma Turner. JI
Music' will be furnished by an orchestra Venn, senior room mothen; and' Oxford M.... W. B. Caves, Jr., and, Miss Marguerite Wollam, Miss
Principal and Mrs. L. B. Som -S f-R. H. S. baccalaureate
consisting of Geo. M. i, ne Misses Alice and Grace Hobson., Elton Huff, Marion Plummer R.E ;
Frick. Clarence Hunt and Willard mers, Mn Ruth L. Scott Mn esrmon. Mn. E. A. Emls won the highscore ,
Barrow Fit-
Anael ,
FIHeld I Lawrence ea..... Mrs. Frank June T-H. IL S. baccalaureatesermon. Sherard t. I
I prize, Mb Thelma Turner,
and the
Webb, Mrs Carl A. Field Mn { win McOarrah, Mr. Cave .
The junior class which la giving the second prize and Mn Geo. hostesses.
Miss Jessie Hen-
Howard Johnson June 9 H. H. S. commencement -
the banquet, Is composed of, 1 M. Sonnlchsen, the low score I
denhott, Miss Elinor Hayden D. exercises.June
Miss Nora Akers, Misses Helen price.
i Bernard Blackburn Ministerial Mas. COltER CUES
E: Moomaw Redland District -
and Catherine Sudani Miss Lou,I Frank Lucas George N. Wakefleld.C i Association pkoic at Mat A chicken sated course was serv' BUNCO PARTY

Belle Grennell Miss Martha Close' R Rice and Frank L. Mcll- thwon Hammock at 10:80: a. m. ed.After At the Orange Blossom Club
Miss Dorothy Sykes. Miss Elisabeth I husband and buneo Mn Fran
wcin June 10-R. H. S. commencement the party party alV'IIby
Skill Miss Helen West Mias Freshmen who will serve as exercise friends of the club member arrived ces Coker at her home Tuesday

Hazel I. Pennington, Miss Virginia walten are. Mia Elisabeth Meltwaln I sad dancing was enjoyed. night, the first III"were won
Miss Geraldine Rolls, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Bur- Tussle and J. D.
Present Mia
were: by Oorday
Miss Cynthia Farrlsh Miss L.
and Mrs. B. Sommers, Mr. and
Bobble Mill Florence
Summerlin I
Miss Joan Kell un, Al- Virginia Doney, Miss MarciaGauzens Mrs. Theodore J. Bleier Mr. aDd I II. ley Dendy. Mr.nr'Mrs. L. B.Dxnzey Conner, and second prizes by Miss '
Mis Sybil Cheshire,I+ Mn Geo. N. Wakefleld and children Mr Claude Mildred Smith and Elmer Martin I
James Francis 1
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vin Bridge Goodlng -
Miss Lucille Campbell Mr. and Mr*. EMil, Others present .ereMr: and
Earl Smith, Dukes Miss Bonnie Groover Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Moo-
Fitzpatrick, I.
West Rudolph Young Robert West, MlM Iretta Bethel, Miss'. maw Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lucas, Mn. E. A. Buchanan, Mn. Joel J. Mr*. Arthur Brady Mrs. M. S
Robinson Mn Sonnlchsen Mrs. (Continued on Page Fourteen
Louise' Pacetti Howard Lamb Mr. Mr.
Oal en.. Donald Sullivan, Francis and Mrs. Frank Webb. I IJts Iw .
Irwin, Winfred Owen, Tom Noah Peterson, Wm. McMlchael and Mrs. J. G. Wynn Mr. and Mrs.

Collins Billy Arthur and James Clinton Bishop Roy Martin Rex',' Willard Fifield, Mrs. Bevo Webb
Gibbs Faust Billy Moffett Harvey Rue II Miss Mary Williams. Miss Kather-

The honor guests, the seniors, Banks Byrom, Martin Bishop and I' yn Thelsen, Miss Eleanor Hayden.

are: Miss Ethel Bailey, Miss Annie Theodore Arrant I I Miss Evelyn: Nyberg, Miss Jessie

?.too Booth., Miss Dorothy Brannan, The panel drawings were made!, Hendenhot Miss Frances Dorsey
Mist Jewel Campbell, Miss Dorothy by Miss Florence Pancoast and I: Mn. J. Draper and children and

Deden, Miss PrUciHa read, Rudolph Young, memben of the C. Berry were guests lti?

Miss Virginia Hodge, Miss Leola junior class. !I


' MISS IDA ELOISE BRADLEY TO WED FOR COMMITTEES REDLAND ARE LADIES'APPOINTED AID I fiQ s.7

I' I The Ladies' Aid Society of the
FIELDING ARNOLD RUFF OF MIAMIuntil Redland Community Church met

at the home of Mrs. August Heuer
I Thursday afternoon of last week eve
Mr. and Mrs. William M.
he came to Miami 12 yean
ley this week announced i and made plans for a church work
of their Brlld-I to. | meeting to be held In the near fu-
gagement They are making their rat
ture. Mrs. Heuer, acting president REXRUB75t
Eloise, to Fielding Arnold 736 N. W. t2nd Court Miami |
The marriage will take place In 1 appointed the following committee -
chairmen Mrs. Thus. Brewer -
the late summer. : REV. J. C. SIMS TO SPEAK I
entertainment; Mrs H. J.
Miss Bradley though born In AT WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING I
Armstrong Mrs. Wayne
Damascus Ga, has been a resident I A program of Interest will bepresented Program
Call lll, needlework; Mn Fritz
of Homestead since her Infancy at the guest day meeting I
Jackson and Mrs. Geo.
.. She Is a graduate of of the Woman's Club of Homestead :, parsonage;
E. Deuel, flowers.
Homestead High School and of the in the clubhouse Tuesday
I Prevent were: Mrs C. Ben
Homestead Business College and Is afternoon at 3 o'clock by the hos- j[
Plummer Mn M. J. Brownlow,
now connected: with the Homestead leases for the afternoon. Mrs. An-> MX. Grant Mahan Mrs. F W. When stiff, sore muscles caused by I
Insurance Agency. She Isan nie Butler, Mrs. R. H. '
Fitzpatrick StiUman, Mrs. Anna Messersmith over-exertion slow do athlete
active member of the Junior and Mrs. I. T. Nixon. | you up, as
Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs.
Woman's Club of Homestead The speaker of the afternoon do. Massage them briskly with, HEX-HUB. j
Geo. W. Turner, Sr, Mn. Armstrong
Mr. Ruff, a ..representative of a win be the Rev. J. C. Sims of Miami -I
A five minute music contest Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Calkin, This stimulates circulation in the sore
Mr*. Jackson and Mrs. DeueL
graduate : In which everyone can take part area. Helps nature relieve the Irritationand

He has made his home In Miami Is being planned and a living anthology -
]I ia AD 4STRA CHAPTER muscles back in tip-top shape.You'll .
for the past twelve yean and 1st la being arranged for by puts
member of the Harvey Seeds Mrs. 1. L. Bow. INITIATES TWOMrs.

Post of the American Legion. Charts Turner and Mrs.
FACTtTY GROUP HAS Herbert Turner were Initiated by also find REX-RUH helpful

MRS. MYRTLE KERSEY IS PICNIC AT MI tail BEACH Ad Astra chapter of the O. E. S. for treating itchy toe, minor burns and
The Homestead teachers and In Homestead at Its meeting Friday
i BRIDE OF FLOYD B. HART irritations.
In the I.O.O.F. haIL superficial skin Keep bottle
of their husbands and wives went to night
Mn Myrtle Mowry Kersey
Homestead and Floyd B. Hart of Miami Beach for an outing on Mrs. T. E Evans, the oldest handy.
Thursday of last week after school mother and Mrs. B. G .Branch,
Miami were married in the parsonage -
Methodist had been dismissed. the member with the largest family -
of the Coconut Grove -
Church Saturday evening, I Swimming accompanied: b y I wet presented with gift by
"dUlll nC" was followed by ( Mr*. Geo. W. Turner .J,., worthy
May It, at T o'clock IB the presence
wiener rout, then songs were matron. Mrs. Branch gave a
of friends.
of a small group
sung around the dying campfireIn Mother' Day" reading and Mrs.
used.
The ring ceremony was
the faculty group were: Mr. Win. M. Johns played a piano solo
The bride wore a BUM and white I The Dixie: Drug
silk dress with white hat, gloves I

and other accessories.Mrs. : .
Hart I* a daughter of Mrs. Green: Lantern: Restaurant ;
I and member of Your Rexall Store
L. S. Mowry a one ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND

.. of the oldest families in Home- Western T-Bao Steak Dinner H* Chicken Dinner"

stead. I Regular Dinner We Vegetable Plate If.
Ui Hart who Is a painting con- An Kinds of Home-made Saadwiebe
trattoi ved in Marshall: Te\us
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Page Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Jj!



TEE: LEADER-ENTERPRISE, FROM OUR MAIL BOX I III rtorM predicted,.,.fire were by and Sydow lightning made elf to Insurance r..Obtain* PETTEWAY NOT ";

rubltehed Fridays at Hometrad. _
on the power plant and lines ALLIED WITH
FU. the Sooth Dade ?
by council was advised .,
publishing C*. j Rer. A. A. Koest!jne Sees Co-operation the One Thing I when by the Engineer Sydow that the
II
I Lacking in Homestead federal government required this SHOLTZ GROUP. ;!
DEN ARCHERAtilltor all projects of a ,
to be dan on ,
I .
commercial
Editor Leader-Enterprise- ['near Homestead; for similar nature.

Entered M second elsss nail The potential resources of purposes, profitable. City Attorney George E. Mc- Raleigh Petteway of Tamps: r,;,
Homestead to a beautiful desirable Caskill informed the board that who spoke on behalf of his can- '
Miter March 5, 1111. a& the boat Homestead ate unusual-yet neglected
and profitable city In test would didacy for governor before a
case large
the slot machine
trice at Heamtead. Florida under and In the highest state
which to live, but "One thing thou court on and representative )
the gathering of
the Mt el March 3. 1S7S.lit. latent.It be heard by supreme ,
lackest" COOPERATION.True I May 20. A decision should be voters In Homestead last week .
has been scientifically stated genuine UNSELFISH cooperation forthcoming about 10 days later made it clear that he Is not allied, 4
PRIM $2.00 A TEAK that the highest value of the sun's comes only from strong he said. He was allowed $50 t* In any manner with the presentvadministration.

p- rays in this fair state of ours to character and strong character >I cover expense of his trip to Tal- T i.
: to be found in Homestead, comes ONLY from the CHURCH; 'lahassee as the city's representative Judge Petteway firmly denied,'

5 I HAVE NOT unD IX VAINI One of the purest water sup and from the church ONLY in the case.COMPROMISE. any connection between him and

have not lived In vain.' piles If not the purest to be found through the Living Christ Only his campaign and the present

: My shining dreamt have crumbled anywhere to the municipal water Christ IN a man can give that I governor and his administration.
supply of Homestead. needed vision fortitude, probityand LAWPERMITS I "Some of the candidates In this
Uke Our educational system Is of a amicability so necessary for
Dissolved wind-blown rain race have tried to suggest that '
high order both In the churchesand I
Mv heart hat known small laughter TRUE community cooperation.With SUNDAY there Is some connection between '
In the schools.Our ,
public the proper spirit of cooperation 1 m* and the present administration
i7 My lOUt hat known much pain;' agricultural background Homestead would beseeking I have been very positive In my; .K
cannot be In
t And yet at evening I think equalled anywhere to enlarge Its border lines SALE OF BEER declaration on these suggestion: :
the state. On the Johnston
My life hat not been in vain- trop rather than stand by while its wherever have spoken," he said I I
I have been a sturdy'chink ical grove can be shown the possibility acreage decreases etc. I I "I didn't support Sholtz in either ...1,
of hundreds of dif-
A strong and faithful link growing The churches the past years I (Continued From Page One) primary when he ran for IOver'I ;'
ferent kinds of tropical fruits '
,I In the pattern of llfe'i chain. avocados excel all others ; our have set a wonderful example of 'law If It to finally adopted at the nor and he to not supporting me;' ,

-Mary Ferrell Dickinson in anywhere; It has been demonstrated grown co-operation through the splendid ;next council meeting, will have 'I now." '

Quickening Seed. that all kind of truck spirit manifested in the Ministerial their license revoked and be subject -I The HiDsborough County candidate "

crops can be grown here; flowers Association. It to now time tor ': to a fine of $250 and 60 days said he to hi favor of eliminating "

BUILD NOW grow and bloom In profusion the the community at large to set :imprisonment the gasoline tax on farm machlnery -'t'

year round. aside personal differences and selfish This to the third attempt by the and fishing boats. Farmers ,
"BuIld now and take the profit" Splendid highways are to be Interest and fall in step with I city council to adopt liquor regulations and fishermen do not use the ';

say the Florida Association of found leading in every direction. the churches, and TOGETHER, go I that can be strictly en- highway with their tractors and
Real Estate Boards through Its Including a new concrete highway forward for the common good of forced. In compromising with boat and are entitled to special ''

state secretary, Violet W. Dun from Homestead to Miami. all and all for one Greater Home- I the barbecue stands and purveyors consideration for that reason, he. j
ham. "Proof that Florida building I stead. I the council said. ,
Two railroads enter the city to of milder beverages,
costa less than It did during nor-I serve Its shipping needs WHAT SAY YET I believes it b representing the best He advocated more definite:I

t rn.il years Is seen In comparing Fishing for pleasure to Ideal A. A. KOESTLINE. i interests of all concerned by stavIng rule for the pardon board a* one. 1
emu with those today but we can- off threatened invocation of!
I a means of curbing crime and urged \
not say how long these costs win the rigid and antiquated Sunday:I his audience to find out justhow '

hold M on the whole the grand II Both Parties to Be Asked to Include I "Blue Laws", President! Tom his various opponents stood .
mlltel'latlprlCft
average reduction in Harris commented yesterday.The law enforcement '
I on the matter of $
Is about eight per cent. CubarMexico Tariff in Platforms much "cussed and discuss and the power of the governor -':

4 Building I Is the key log In thebusiness -..- ed" 43-degree: parking lines in in relation to arbitrary removal -
jam and a general, revival (Continued From Page One) front of Max's Department Store, of officer and to the use of "
In building would stimulate all resolution win be drafted In Miami tit after the test case had been Franklin's Grocery and the Dixie his veto on the pardon board He

business a. well as give the builder next Monday and offered for tried and decked.K. Drug, mysteriously erased overnight said he would Insist upon fair

the advantage of the rising value adoption by the growers at another W. Bird, president of the last week:, were repainted honest and fearless law enforce- ''

Inherent in real estate right meeting in the school audI- Florida Coast Growers Association Tuesday following instruction men in every department over ,

now. Although prices are higher, torium next Tuesday night at eight outlined his experience asa given the mayor and chief of po- which the governor has a controlling '
still the vacant lot Is mod reasonable o'clock.: tomato grower and shipper In lice Monday night by a highly Indignant Influence and pledged his

la price and with George 9. Fletcher presidentof South Florida for the past 35 years city council. record as a public official and

costs is they are, there b\IIldln'l Florida Agricultural Tariff Association He predicted the tomato Industry The minions of the law went citizen as security for this policy.
opportunity to take the the would be extinct within three I given orders to the "'
was principal speaker run culprits Slot machine laws and the two-
value "and the profit to building last Tuesday. For nearly; an year if the grower were sot given to earth and see that they are Job man practice were vigorous ;

value. hour he told hie audience of the Immediate relief from unfair brought before his honor, the mayor ly assailed by Petteway: who asserted .
_
I difficulties experienced by Luther foreign competition While preferring I in police court at the earliest he would take the lead la ,';

NEW NATIONAL FOREST IX L. Chandler of Goulds Frank B. a tariff that would entirely possible moment driving the one-armed bandits out "'

FLORIDAOn Rue of Homestead and himself hi eliminate Cuba. he suggested a of Florida and would abolish the
gaining a measure of recognition i:compromise whereby an embargo practice of appointing members of '
May 13, th* president of the In their Washington fight for. protective I: could be placed on Cuban products LOCAL BOYS WIN I the legislature to executive Jobs, '
United | during the months of February
States signed -
a proclamation tariff. Interview with if he to elected. .'
..
;
which establishes the Apalachicola President Roosevelt, Vlce-p......- and March, Dade County's NITRATE PRIZES I
purchase unit as., national 'dent John Garner, Secretary of heaviest shipping period. He said :
forest. It is a part of the State CordeD Hull. Senators a minion men could be put back HITS
Florida National to work It a protective tariff were
Forests which Fletcher
and Trammel and other Francis Irwin J. B. Clonlnger k\CALDWELL
consist of the Choctawhatchee Imposed.
In i national figures were described .. Marlon Henderson, Robert Klich
the western part of the state; the in a breezy manner by Mr. Fletcher Support of the movement was and Labon Bishop, students in vocational -
Apalachlcola, north from the town who to plaintiff a suit to test pledged by W. Keith Philhpb, pres- agriculture in the Homestead
of Apalachlcola on the Gulf and the legality of the Cuban reciprocity ident of Miami Chamber of Commerce -
and Redland high schools FROM I PLATFORMOrlando I
southwest from TaUahaaaea Earl: Nelson
in treaty scheduled for hearing to ; president have been declare! winners in a
Liberty and Franklin counties; the United States Customs Court in elect of Miami Rotary Club; and crops contest sponsored by the division -
Ocala t few mites east of the city New York next month. Walter W. Brass, president of of agricultural education of
of Ocala; and the Osceola, northeast Commissioner Coral Gable Chamber of Commerce May 21 Striking
Paxsongave
County
Florida to
according
\ of Lake City, with a combined Fletcher and Chandler credit all of whom agreed that It made this week by announcement GeorgeN. -I straight from the shoulder. Stafford '
acquired area of 111,000 was essential for all the communities CaldwelL Miami candidatefor
for effective work In .
I Washington Wakefield and M. A. Baker ,
KI'Wfo.'rile. of DadeCounty to stay together governor this week drove a
and
strongly advocated coaxtlnuance Smith-Hughe teacher Prizes
present boundaries the of the He en this vital question. dynamic plank into his platform
give fight suggested Were offered by the Chilean Nitrate -
when he declared himself on the
Apalachicola a grow area of ap- that definite action from South --- Educational Bureau Inc.
side of the Independent merchants
nralmtely three hundred thousand Florida growers be postponed unREDLAND The purpose of the contest, according of 1
unqualified endorsement
his
REQUE'STSIFUND by
acres. That means that pur CITY I to Mr. Wakefield and Mr. '.
chases by the federal governmentmay ___"M__'_.' Baker, was to demonstrate the the Florida Recovery Act Caldwell's -
continue until hat acreage to practical, economical value of cor- statement declaring :his
F. F. TRANSFERON
F. stand for merchants
the Independent
acquired, when it would have to rect fertilization. Judging was
cease. unless boundaries By Donald LaIr has caused a great influx 1
done
were ex on the basis of yield per acre
tended. Purchases In Florida for ___'M___ PWA cost per' unit, return per dollar invested of congratulatory message which
national PROJECT have poured Into his office from
forest purposes were authorized The Redland of labor income net profit,
; chapter the Fr. an over the state. Letters and
by the
Floridalegisla- A. held its annual "Father andSon" and accuracy of accounting records
and
calls personal
telegrams, telephone
\ ture in 1921. Continued From One
banquet at the Log Tavern ( Page ) submitted visitation from businessmen 1,
I I Young trees are protected from Monday night and the bid wa rejected. 114,582 In the truck crop division, of Florida over the last three
: lire on this forest allotted to of Francis Irwin won second prize of i
I as on aU leI State Superintendent W. & was rebuilding pole days have created an unprecedented
I tional forests When the lines throughout the city. The $10 on his cucumber project with
I} pinessuitable Cawtbon, talked osj the "Fine Fundamentals beehive of activity m the Caldwell -
for turpentining attain a of Farming*. He was resolution aaks that this sum be the third fifth, seventh and eighth headquarters.
certain size, the rights to work Introduced increased to $21,562 and the prizes of $5 each going to J. B.
by H. E.
Wood
f them are sold to the highest bidder Itinerant teacher trainer foe the, amount set aside for water lines Clonlnger Robert Kllch Marion Stafford Caldwell .Is the onlycandidate has

Sawtlmber to handled in a state of Florida. be reduced to '>78, estimated cost Henderson and Labon Bishop, for governor who of the
similar manner. The plan to to of repainting the aerial tank at respectively. The first prize of declared himself In favor
so manage the forest as to keep a The welcome address to the the power plant. $19 wa won by John Jones of Florida Recovery Act; in fact, .to

continuous yield ready for the fathers was given by Warren It to fu mac Important that the Sanford on his celery project the only candidate who has discussed -.1'
economic demands of the country Wood, and the response was given pole line be completely rebuilt "ExceUent results suds M obtained the chain store issue at all.

by G. S. Fletcher and made practically storm proof by these boy," said Mr. his supporters claim. "

The guests on this occasion were with the present appropriation, Baker and Mr. Wakefleld, "make Th Orlando Morning Sentinel.
The more quietly and peaceably the fathers, Mr. Wood, Mr. Caw- than to spend the money for valve the best argument we- know of In I" commenting upon the bold
"\ we all get on, the better--the bet- thon some of the teacher from and hydrant work that can be done favor of adequate, Intelligent fcr- stroke made by Stafford Caldwell. I

} e ter for ouI'lleI\-the better for Redland High and the adviser I at Intervals by city force, Superintendent tiUzatloo. said "This action should rally real ,r
our neighbors In nine cases out' and president of three neighboring Gordon W. Ivey told support to Caldwell, who incidentally -

,,: of ten the wisest policy to, if a chapters. Including the members the council If the transfer to Little Martha had gone to to held to be the best

'::1 man cheats you quit dealing with fathers and guests there granted, Ivey MM, he Intend to church, and on her return home campaigner m the army of fourteen -

, him; U he to abusive quit his company were 46 present. enlarge\ the scope of the pole setting her mother asked her how she and who'to said to be the one

II': ; If he slanders you, take care For entertainment we had a to 890 pole 39 feet long and liked the singing. "I liked It very entry who doe a better Job of

4\ to live so that nobody will believe tap dance by Raymond Albright ten 40footpoles, thereby salvaging much, although all the people said holding support after he create
him; no matter who he to, or how and some selections on a harmonica for future expansion some 100 it wa bad,' she replied It." .

rt he misuses you, the wisest way by one of the fathers, Mr. of the old pole that are still In "AB the people said it was bud?

4'\ b generally to let him alone; for Fletcher.On good condition and can be used What do you mean, darer "We roust have a pergola in the

. there to nothing better than this the menu were: cocktail, for replacement a* needed. -a.. at sew so bad that when garden this spring." l
\ cool, calm, quiet way of dealing vegetable soup, .salad fried chlek- Favorable action on the request aver were preying' I heart them "7s the soil suitable for IVT:

with the wrongs we meet wltlI.Ic .-, en mashed potatoes,1 strinff beam by PWA state officiate, to whom say, "Lou*. have mercy upon M, "We'll look through a seed c t*- '
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J r? Friday, May 22,1936. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pare Five

writer! for mky rag arid duct mop*,

I EAR SALES; SHOW I culture"This revived optimism III THE HOUSING FORUM Ire considered convenient more sanitary andsnore I etc.I fir, when hatard.tightly So enclosed R a etosrt formi is

rounded on the sale of more "'"""""""""""' """""I A coat closet should be at least I used for storing files things, there
HEAVY IN good expanded markets, and a CLOSETS S4 Inches deep with a clothes rod I should be grilles In the doors to
' 5. \ ifpmm willingness to buy. What..... should ..b* Included for coats, a shelf for bats, and a I allow ventilation.
"In view of the mental attitude In a home* What.* the most shelf for rubber sad gakwhe I.
j CITIESDetroit. of buyer and seller, I look for continued efficient shapes tor closets for I. Clothes closets should be between -
improvement In business various purpose? 31 and 30 inches deep; the ELECT
throughout the southeastern ana Every house should have an I door, or door, should be so wide LETS
: \ i"" May 21-In mall towns and reports indlvat that this same ample coat closet near the entrance I' that the entire closet is exposed I
a, well ai in large cities of the attitude may be found in all parts I door; at least one closet in !when opened If the opening will ED. R. BENTLEY
*astern part ot the United of the countryLOCAL." i each bedroom; a lineD closet; and I be more than 32 inches it would :
gtatet. Divines very definitely if I a closet or some other storage be better to hang a pair of doors I
the upgrade, according to D. '. space for the necesnn' cleaning u one door wider than that
Ralston Oldsmobile vlce-presl I VOTERS 'I. utensil, such a* a vacuum cleaner I I' quire too much floor space l'e-I
ent and general tales manaerl carpet sweeper, broom, etc. wing. A clothe closet
". who Just returned from m trip Where two people occupy one bedroom have a rod, a shelf, and either a R
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t rough that area. GREET BENTLEYAT I there should be two closet shot shelf at the base or a shoe ,
J In order to get a complete cross If the house ha a nursery, a toy rack on the back ef the door On I
,section i survey, Mr. Ralston drove cloaet helps keep the room, "p\ck.-I closet door in each bedroom should I
'..'.through that territory. stopping atXlliages BIG BANQUET ,ed up." A large closet in hold a mirror It i* better to place ,
!! and small towns to sound ] for the storage of out-of-aon this on the inside 01he door I ,;
tout the business men as to the upturn clothes i* a great convenience It, rather than the outside. It there
;, In trade 'Lakeland Lawyer Tells of! space i* available Kitchen closets Is more closet space than i* eu.1 I
"In even the smallest communities t Policies if Elected have been replaced by exposed tually needed for hanging purposes \
I found I decided note of optimism kitchen cabinet, a* the a built-in chest of drawersor I
," he said. Dealers are not t AttomeyGeneraJ apace can be used more economically shelve Is a great convenience I'
only selling more Old mobllel now in this way and the cabinet and will sometime take the place
than they fever have, but there Is Edward R. Bentley, Lakeland of a piece of movable furniture'I {
every Indication that the selling I attorney, received his introduction partment Commander of the Amer- Linen closet should have It'
season will last throughout the to the voters ol Homestead at ican Legion, president of Lakeland least five shelves the full width of
summer a banquet given in his honor at Chamber of Commerce, director in the closet and about 24 inches
"In the larger cities the same the Seminole Hotel last Satarday. the State Chamber ot Commerce, deep to take folded hrets. Only
optimism was magnified, and sales At his later appearance on the president of Florida Aviation Association in very large houses should the
-results seem to Justify the predic- speaker's platform in Legion park and of the Lay Continuing linen closet be a "walk-In" closet,
tion made by dealers that businessin the policies that he will follow if Euducational Council He is fur the walking space i* wasted,
the southeast will continue to he I* successful his race for the now editor of the Florida Law and In ample linen supply for the Attorney GeneralAND
improve for some months to come. office of attorney general of Florida '- Journal and secretary-treasurer of avenge home can be kept in a
"Perhaps the upturn is more noticeable were concisely outlined In a the Florida Bar Association. He is shallow closet from 2 feet 8 inches HAVE A REALDEPARTMENT {
in. the Carolina than in forcible address which drew applause a member of a protestant church, to 5 feet wide
any other pert of the region. The from a large audience the Mason, Shrine, Rotary Club If some open space in a utility OP
demand for automobiles In these He promises, if elected, to reorganize and American Legion. Much of his room or laundry or other work JUSTICE
states has jumped almost over- the office of attorney time ha been given to work for area can be used for the storage .
night from ordinary to exceptional general into a real department of the Boy Scouts and schools, two of of the cleaning utensils without (P.M tar kf lean R, CMVWEITHER r
Justice, served by a crime detec- his chief hobbies I enclosing them behind door It u ,
"The development in extreme tion and statistical department to
western Floridalikewise Ie noteworthy. which at least two G-men will be ?
Pensacola and Tallahassee -I assigned lie I Ia a firm believer in )1ouixe4e
are making substantial progress rigid law enforcement and Intendsto
And this development Is not oppose strenuously the "parole ,
based on tourist trade but on the and pardon racket," he said, and OLDSMO
substantial background of agrl- to let criminals know that their
punishment will be swift, certain .
PROXY FOR PATY WILL and sure
J
ADDRESS VOTERS HERE I Bentley will surround himself "
E. ... P Brigham, prominent MI- With competent lawyers without
ami attorney will speak in behalfof entangling alliances and will defend Comfortable !
the candidacy of B. F Paty, the state from unscrupulous is More .
West Palm Beach entrant in the foreign corporation, particularly
gubernatorial race, in American spurious insurance companies and I I
Legion park, Homestead, at 8 p. predatory bondholder committed
m., tomorrow. which are now hamming counties
Candidates for county offices and municipalities, he declared. Ism ;.
who have no other speaking engagements He was born In Texas and has ,4., to 6
thai evening will be invited lived In Florida about ten year,
to take part in the rally, serving a* president of the Lakeland -
Mayor Charles T. Harper who will Bar Association,District Governor
preside, announced yesterday. of Rotary in Florida De-



J. Harvey Robillardfor





State Senator II

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Subject to the Will of the

Democratic Voters of .

Dade County

JUNE 2, 1936
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CONDO a a we ..t realize that only Knee-Action on give you such
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JUSTICE OF s01 at tour + .t dde with the Ride) Stabilizer, Then, when you check
tbeVni satstOata' other can gainst Oldsmobile,you Me at s glances
ertw why Oldsmobile Is la a comfort das of its own. \
THE PEACEI a It'* the Mm with safety features, too. Oldsmobile
gives you the protection of Solid SteeI"Turret-
Top"Bodies by Fisher,with Safety Glass standard
am a candidate: for re-election to the p ?i -the dependability of powerful self-energizing
e Tea- Super.H drsuvc Brakes. Before yon decide on :
office of Justice of the Peace fourth district g -
0 any car, Driv* and Compare Yew choice Is i
come d a sore to be the low-priced,KOIIIIIDIcaI QcImJobl1el 1 ;
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Paw Six THE T' A Friday, May 22, 1936.


IUCKSON Seven Local Girl Win I Homestead Boy Taken Uad Country Club tomorrow,
CHOSENLIONS ASSERTSPOLICE
'I QUIGG May 23, beginning at 10 p. Bk
I Tallahassee Course Into U. Marine Corps I and lasting until the majority of

the crowd is ready to go home. A
CHIEF ATANNUALJOTING Five members of the Homestead RECORD Savannah,Ca. May 21-Ira Davis good orchestra has been engagaj,
II 4-H Club and two members of the son of Mr and Mr*. J VI I the
I boys say.
Redhmd club will leave for Tallahassee ins BEST ASSET Davis of Homestead was amongthose i I The dance is one of a series ot
next week to attend the accepted for enlistment! In', benefit events by which they hop*
short which there the United States Marine Corps i
course begin |I to raise funds to finance their tripto
May SO. The trip are given as at the district recruiting headquarters -
I Kansas this a* **
summer
Kedland Club Elects Officers awards for doing the best work H. Leslie Quilts is wM to be recognized last week, and he was
guest of Shawnee Mission Chapter
the In department throughout Diule County transferred to the marine base at
and Welcomes 3 M county groups tome Merriam, Kan., which visited
a* a strong contender for the office Parrl Island S. C., for prelim I
Homestead last winter.
New Members The Homestead club had mow of sheriff which he Is seeking inary training.
winners than any other dub In to for the second time after a
Needs Witnesses
county. They are Fern Robertson narrow defeat In the first pri-
FUTURE FARMERS BENEFIT
n. Judge: "Amos do want a
Joseph Hlckson of Naranjau.u. four you
winner In home Improvement mary year ago
BT COUNTRY CLUB DANCE "
chosen president of RedtaM and a series of demonstration; A* former chief of police of Miami lawyer to defend you?
Homestead Future Farmers are Amos: "No, ash, Judge, but Ah
District Lions Club at th* Mutual Dolce OoMonan, winner In exhibits Mr. Quigg says, ha built up
asking their friends not to forget could use a couple of good witnesses.Ex. -
election of'Ief'n and aUrwtors the
; Lou Belle Orennell in bread police department Into a force
Tuesday. Other officer elected making; Annabell Redd, in dairy declared by experts from other the dance they nix giving at Home- .
were: X. L. Lawrence flnt vice- work; and Nora Akan. in lawn cities to be second to none In the
pif ldent, Harley R. Cora, second Improvement work United States Most of the men ,
Mie-presldent; George Cooper, The Rodland girls who will goon I on the force today were trainer)
third vioe-presldcnt; Charles. Cox the trip are Doris Mbeell who by him Qulgg states, and they J. D. REDDCandidate ]
It pnHurer. Unanimously ..-..Iect,01 ranked first in canning and Merle form the backbone of the depllrl-
to office were: Charles L. Ooley, Mlzell who had a superior exhibit. ment. He mentions these fact In
sectary; E: H. Gnllahcr, UU -- his campaign a* evidence of hit
twister; and Lawrence Pope lion Supporters of Becker former success a* a law eiifnru for
turner ment officer.
Claim Straw Vote Lead I
Charles Pratt, retiring president, Recallingthat he was ousted
automatically becomes a memberof I Information--;released by the from office and "persecuted for political 1-11111111115 CountyCommissioner
the board of directors which campaign headquarters of W. R reasons," Quigg is askingfor "
also. include W. I. Fisk and Thom-I Becker indicates that he Is leadingthe an "opportunity to erase the
a> fc KIrby, elected for field In his! race for countytax stain which was placed on my c
yi'in term last year, and Walter collector by I wide margin. good name." He I* stressing from District 5
Talbott and Buckner Beailey, This opinion, his supporters say, the platform the need for a strong
newly elected for two and experienced man In the sheriff's -
yean. I II based upon a recent countywide Your vote and support
office to "control the racial
The election board was composed *
of qualified voter,
poll 1,000
of W I. Fisk, chairman, of whom 619, or 62 per cent, are situation in Miami." I solicited on basis of my
Claude S. Allen, Walter Talbott claimed to have favored the Becker -I(I past record
and E. H. Gallaher, all past presidents Needn't
candidacy. Worry
of the club. On the ballot I Supporter of this well-known I I II The manager of a cinema .
coinmltttee were Dr. B. E. Gat- wa trace P6lltlc ..."+cr.m. ...t) I
business and civic leader claim interviewing an applicant for the I I
line. George Reule, Claude Camp
that lit record while previously position of attendant After ask
bell. John P. Neifsey and E. L. administering the tax collector.j I ins the man several question a* 1
Lawrence. I oTlceJnd' his 20 years to his suitability for the Job, he,
New members welcomed were: ful bUifneis. experience .V Dade! finally demanded: "What would RE-ELECT
J. A. Norwood John L. Scarborough County. aft won for hint a reputation you do In case of fire?"
and Sidney L. Kendrick. The t0 ability and Integrity that I "Oh" said the man, "don't wor-I,
club roster now totals 70 members. will carry him Into office by a ry about me. I'd soon get out"-- Walter H. BeckhamJUDGE
Key member Include Lion Galla- large maJority. Tit-Bit
lift who hold a master key; Lions
Fink. Talbott, Ooley, Lawrence A
B"le1. Kirby A. C. Boston Ar-
tliui, Kaschel Theodora Well- H. FilerDeclares OF
brook, George H. Fitzpatrick, H. Henry
G Thurman, J. J. McLendon and

Thomas Torbert. JUVENILE COURT

Lions Lawrence Torbert and A
Gordon L. Walter were named asa 010"I for old
lommitttee to arrange for the am age pensions .

Lions rebuilding Lawrence of the and clubhouse J. J. Forbes root. The poorhouse must be abol. "The Children's

were appointed chefs In chargeof "
.i dinner to be served on a day ished. Friend"c
in be later designated for the c
clearing and beautiticatlon ofground AS YOUR !

,. Choose understanding,

George L. Swan spoke on behalfof STATE SENATOR man of proven ability In
I
the current drive for fund to
benefit the Children Home Society f# dealing with children to preside i

and Harley Core made a He will work for the Security over a children' court '
bilcf talk.

W. I. Flak, program chairman, of the Unemployed I 'W 1', Hood 4..11HaIo.)

( nnnouncid> that U I. Mossbiirger, Unemployable, and I
I head of the industrial department
Dependent aged peopleof
\ nf the Florida Power & Light Company -
will address the club next, our county.
r Tut-iday, ladles' night on the work W. ROSS BURTON :
of Dr Martha ,1\11\1". nationally He has fulfilled every
\ known expert on nutrition and
diet. Also on the program will be trust during: 25 years of "

.. vocal lolo by Mrs. Lula Mussel- public service in Dade sy 1 Candidate forJudge
white accompanied by Miss Virginia ,
Frick a humorous reading .4, County.
( by Miss Lucille ,
West and a Candidacy Subject to
ketch by Lion Woods and his dog. '' Democratic Primary f 1

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Dade has never had an
The Lawyers of Dade
election scandal or ballot -

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was first elected in 1918.He He's Square

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efforts to
give
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y .. this county a cleanballot "..b. record at the court home will allow my opponent
.S have together been en the public payroll approximately tl
(Paid for by local friends) if he Is elected. i year," say Mr. Barton "..* during that time nave drawn
f r from publle foods MOT that un...*."

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May 22, 193("). THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven

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Tavernier-Burton MAY DIAMOND BALL Goulds OutPlayedBy j Dan Dade Chappell Starting ttrM campalajn), in this.6 eeufttjr II taM! yea

County Campaign
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losely Matched SCHEDULE Brooker Hurler

... .."....M._. ..._.....""......____._ Daa ChappeU will begin the last
4 Contest In Game
lid-week A-League
week of
18 Burton his gubernatorial campaign
May vi RotaryGoulds : ELECTGEORGE
vs Home in Dade County on Monday.
as he expects to arrive In Miami
May 27-Rotar vs Tavernler; Burton Swamps Mate-
ors and Poor Team- Sunday from the weal coaat Of the
Home vs Florida City cumbe 11 to 1 in E.
ork Cause Packers May 2 -Burton vs. Rustle Inn; I various meetings to be held in

Loss to Goulds Goulds vs Brooker. Opener points throughout the county during -
June Tavernler vs Rustic the early part of next week

Inn; Brooker v,. Florida City. Brooker Lumber Co., behind the indications point to his Tuesday
avers store of Tavcrnler and three hit pitching of Thomas. defeated meeting: In Flamingo t.park. MiamiBeach HOLTv

Burton Department Store put up"belt Coulda in the A league dia- aa the I

diamond ball game of the Brooker Wins in mond ball game Friday night rlna tour ot other strategic I

ague this season Wednesday '.2. Thomas fanned eight men points the state. Mr Chappellwill

n ght on the municipal field withEm One-Sided Game and gave off only two bases on wind up hit speaking tour ,n ,

Store winning, 4-3. Tav- balls. I Miami his homo city the night ,u

short a seventh timing With Horne Team Day, Goulds pitcher allowed June 1 In Bayfront park.

rally which scored two I only seven hits but six bases on I During his stay in Miami n. ,I
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*% Resplendent: In new grey balls. together with four untimely Monday rw wants to ec ill of I

.iys and trousers trimmed In Rustic Inn Garners First Goulds erron was too great a friends at headquarters 139 N E:

Tavern Store player were Victory at Expenseof handicap to overcome First street, beguuilng it 11.a I"
!hit by Burton seven to three In the B league opener Burton Norris McElya. manager "f I 11play. ,
four inopportune erron by Rotary ClubIn Department Store won from Rust k

II n paved the way to defeatMJoulda ic Inn of Matecumbe, 11-1 when' "' ''..n .,,,1.,, ...... M". ",,,.
W c.: ". I" I'nn I h".. .10'' II"Pl.
won from Cloninger an exhibition of farce and Ferran Pinder blew up after his ..... 7. .."... .ut by I "..11. 1 ,
would-be comedy which was funny mates had booted several PI.do.Ilmph.. A
,' Neklng CO.. 7-4 In the A league apparently .... It...' on.1 a....hPII
; fame, Gould could get but three only to a few Brooker Lumber I good chances Little Bur

hit oil the combined offerings oftjJLjohnnon CO. defeated the W. D. Home Co. ton's pitcher however limited the

I and Cloninger while diamond ball team Monday night, Concha to four hits, one a homer

ifuonlngcr only reached Day 13-2 on the municipal field. The by Felton. J.W.ASBURYSCHOOL' I

! Moulds pitcher,for four hits. Five game, one-aided from the start, 11.asks lit 0 ,4IooWo, kr k :

1 Uses on ball, five errors and lackteam was uninteresting a* diamond ball Renew.learned M It : I I.t.(' OpnNI. k i; i u 1 n 1 YOUR i

i work defeated Cloninger. unappreciated by spectators, show rt ..: l'Raul, it 1 j
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,.i'Twnt. half of whom had left by the mid- : 8ulll... tk I t I ftauchortyOraliam. c I p
.., ab r It .artel i oh r b I dle of the game and all of whom ;:11t:1: 1 Roberte rf IfTotato 1 1 n F
fcowiH erH .. I J MIHrMU Ik co. ,l .. 1 1 I 00..1. f S l. RepresentativeGroup ;d
Wren "
asset I I .,H HIM ik. 4 0 0 I had gone by the time the game "I.
........r Ik-. ICtaMnU 01 M. '.1 IkI 4 0 0 was over. Harris. IkCanpboll at : $1 1 I=:':;If rn 7 1 :0 1: ::'

P1.0.. p Ik.: I I : Mess OIl.habs i I : : : 1 IR I Barrow led the Brooker sluggers I o,Setnwn If I 0 00.Ibsr p I ." bseLasso 9 wK One !

: Lowe rf I a./IMsMkha.t, It I 0 I with a triple, a double and dillMe'di dt I .
Roberts .... rt I I }
mtuil'ki I I I M II. I
of five times at i -- -
IkW I 0 0 Bishop. III two singles out .
T.U1.Rronkor etas n a \
Alk.<..7 If. I a Malcolm I til bat Wynn hit a double and I't .
., JM III -SMl
,1 t Hloa*> of It *
.", _..... 1 1 triple for Brooker. In the first, Oouldo .0. .--l
lUwn I 0 IMl Inning Gene Campbell connected I Stearns BroohOnlum or. TVonaa, PlbMtrkk. He will
protectthe
i'l __ .. I OamxatIkrr 11. two haw 'hit Shawlorrow ;
of Claude Campbell'sdeliveries
with
.. II 4 al Tuft. .rte a 7 one ku kluSulHran horn ram K.I
bland f. 11..1. I" smith.mats. and hit It far over R. I : ......* base, Dot; bow II balk' interests of

_. ... t 11 E. Sherardi head in left field for! off Th..Thomson.... K. ky I.DUmpIrM all, 4 Day. : struck .11" by ,,;
a home run. It was the hardest,, : Raw not Rokhtrl.
1OfIIA"I' I Dade countySubject
'vlrrorii Malonoy toonConUU hit ball of the season
Mbtratt, McDaalo. LHlla It two' Rustic Inn won Its first game 1, Barton. lit.It.4/ 1I..tIe. __,... r oh t r 4 bMaus. 0H
bow likes .MIoMUa, M Mtaou: _Intolill ,, Of the .season in the opener and It" 110 4 bl!It Carey 110 2 0 0Mdoalld BOARD
boon MrMlohaol: base oil \ off Libt 110 I I T Lowe lb
Mraek outs tr Pt..... a. ar Lint.Ir. defeated the league-leading Rotary Little p I I IJ Cate lit, I I.0 0"0"lads DISTRICT 3 i
Club 10-*. It showed a complete I I rI I' .111..... If 1 0 0Mamie" rant Redland Srhool.TKAREDi .
.. Rowe and bobbin.Cl.olngsr Principal
i reversal of form and teamwork for I II 3 I 1 ........ .r I I I IN Democratic Primary
.drop rf I I I W Caw .. 1 1C :
EXPEBIENCEDi
the.first time. Finder limited the I: Rlnh,. .. : 1ia I..... rf : : 2
.b a ble.al4. .1 / b June ISMPaid
CAPABLE FAIR i
M.loolm 4" llr Mnd.r :
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Cs al. to four bas while hip mates p
a.ulb.rfs 1 0 Rote
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14. tk 1 0.
1 Nations A4 L 4 I 0hwhfn lie will really represent each
... garnered 12 off SincoreRaollo Wo'''',. f 1 0 a 1 wwr1a, .t I 0 U
a It 4 0 dyne p: e I a lR.brq l lR1tlokwr Inn >k'f k Rolarr ab r kTkonmMH I OwrnT If 1 0 I _st.ebe y. 1 p p school In putrid 3. ( for by a fflcn" I Ii
t si ale 4 1 11,Bishop i lit.. I 0 tw / ,
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raaam L
RMnYlln d / nMy at I akb .....*/ rf 41 HER rf fll'' iHotMl fur W. Catao In _d. --- :
Ib a l l Robert rf I a onooneN I C_ c 4.. 2 I II Ifurtoa 1ft4 100 0 l' 1
N5.ub lb l 1 aI B MM III a I l Bulllraa If I I 2 : H.l,,. ton "lOll 011 0 1I
I Ob .,,. Olvylson r. a 0 0 Plans. ft I I Nolll c 4 I t I III" ,, II, "" "". I ''IY (
W CaM Ik 4 I ,al Anderson IkK 2 II _
tibia .. 1 ,. rf I I 0I1 I' 1."" J M. I
KwnrlM If 4 0 u Merger of I. ,.... silot ,
I. I/k.1.I' "' I '
4 41 Total. 14 7 0 t I ...... it t V I WnnmPucho I I .I 1 1e .
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far Jbaaon In seventh Ik

gsr .. 110 Oat I .4 r...... Mini!, Task re a I
10.1l.-7 Roads lips .. 0'\ 1111" "
Hoary tot 000. ".
I.R !=. 6lmmun.I, Smith 2.w. a-: ",.,., _. \1:. Cane. P.... .
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Robert. Val.n.worth "
6011 l h >, rRlnrore
'nba. ddl\::\ ; :
; two be" hhmGammas. Anion play I
P bit, Clonlnnr Or.h.m..al. lo Carp: base .. MU. off \\n.'l. ,
t .. Rnhr'r. Soul rtouhlr ployiror ,: 1 ; rtrurk .M: br alnran It. .
to Smith: bou ..nb.li: off Umpim: R..ww and Itotehrrt.CM .
4. off pay I, uir I.I"nlntar I ;
I out I hr Day I. CUinlnnr 9: klk4iiuoB >: .
.. Harm .It r its' Breaker obP1.1d h
I lii I Inning*. "IT < "nlna.ri a
11 i 4 In.1.1m. I Ib 10 21....... It 2"Wlttk. 1
.. 110 4 0 01 5orn.w .. a A l ,
Vaiplno I Row and l Rrlchtrt
n Canpli I >. > I 1 ISh..I I RoofsMake
O kMinin clot Hrookrr' IkKrpWh A I Cqrey
THE STANDINGS rf p I 1 1'Than.. r M
R Cimikl If t 0 t Wiran rf : ;
.I A League Mullln Ik S 0 $I N.lll IkKnnli

.t'LII'eam, W L Pet F>raur p rf rf I 10 0 Oi IMsC.wmleb!''CunikrH. tK 8b : i iI 1 1 Your Dollars Bicker
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,y,12ro .. .... .. 4 0 1.000porringer : Hulllv.n II 2
y. _. 23 too Tul.l. JI. It| T.UI. i<- i 1 IBra.k

i(molds ... 1 .333 .. 112 4tHomo I 1 carry Carey Roofings and Shingles In'

& Mprne _._ .__.. 1 4 .200 "I0 00" WE suitable for building
and varieties

serum C. Campbell 4. R Orntibt' I 54Cormkk. every
UI B League Campbell; : two h.... hit IU,r.. 1I
Wynn FwM, thro bur hitHarr., ,, from the fine residence to the small poultry,
.. tam W L Pet ThomM W>... -. run.: G. C.m,.'. manufacturer with
roots made
house.
These by a
I Rotary ...__.__. 3 1 750 .Intl.>.RaC.mpb.ll; : u Hnxhrr b..' I r r ,
.;,141 ,Tavernier _. _n ._... 3 I 750 I Mk out kr Campbell t.0..S Knnl.Kimta t. hiss t.a Ir I .k over 60 years of successful experience, cost no
Rustle Inn _. 1 250 .to II In I Innings' off w:_....... 2 ,e more than ordinary roofings.

Burton -_.=- .:=..: 1 : :250 I Umpire I.oIM. : 110_ lid RrirherL 1s
That's why your dollar grows when you buy rooting -

s lal a from us -our prices and quality will prove it I




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Paw Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, May 22, 19.16.OLDESTSTOVE .

[electrified kitchen: ,"he Mid."The ty Security Company State Comptroller
I electric ranges and electric refrigerators >I J M. Lee told an audienceIn VOTE FORPRESTON
j : are the tint steps taken by the city park here Wednesday
CONTEST WON BY.most women toward a modern: night He pointed out that the "
electric kitchen Electric cookery| court record bean wtt&eai that B.
1*cater,easier and more economical -I j Judge Trammell swore he signed
MRS. DRIGGERSNew then other method That it I the order shortly after flinner) a
why S.1IT customers of our company week or ten days after th. matter BIRDfor
have changed to electric: had been laid before him.
Electric Range Giv- cookery during 1039" Without referring to the governor -
by name, the comptroller
en Naranja Woman pointed out that the M.OOO of hi*
by Ppwer Co.. FACTS ARE TOLD note traded by the liquidator of
the Voluiia County Bank for$5S>
M.... George W Draggers of Na- 000 of Sanford bond-were unsecured CflDHIYCOMMISSIONER
runja li the proud owner of a new ON DADE TRADEBY note, with $80,000 In un- ,
electric range, won a* tint print I paid judgment ahead of them. He I
in the "oldeat-itove bunt" conducted also stated that the liquidator still
ojr the Florida Power ALight COMPTROLLERTwo :hold fM.000 of the bond and
Co. In the Sedlaod Oictriet i I I the other IS.000 were cold at 'the Mh District Dad County
The stove Mr Draggers turned to' ,full cash value"
to win the contest wu It years Judges Approved of Lilting tour bank building-.taChlpley
Your and
Vote Support
Security Sale Says Dayton. New Smyrnaand
old.Mn.. Orlando- old to backing intituUon -
a Pkhard f Florid City finance Official Will Be Appreciated
in each town end eight
won teeond pine, a L E. B.floor ( *
spittoon old to Ed Bait at*i each,
lamp. This floor lamp ie the latest .w Pofltfgrl .dr.rtr-a..t.
mystics' lighting engineers Tallahassee, May 21-Two clr] the comptroller said he knew of !
and has the approving tamp at cult Judge elected In Dade County no other transactions betweea his .
the niuiahwrttnr Engineering Society : passed approval in the reorganization liquidator and the DuPont inter-, WANT ADS PAY WANT ADS PAY
On of these lamp was tale of the Dade e w.- ate.
warded also to Mr*. JT B. Hick- ,
111!]11 111111 11111!1KIIIIIIII id 11111111111111111;
ton of Naranja ai third prize in
the contest awe&Sanborn DatedCOFFEE Excell
"I have always wanted an electric
range, and now I have one,"
old Mn Dragger,upon being In- SODA CRACKERS
formed of bar luck by R.S.Chandler di
local manager ot the power 1-lb. pkg.-- :IOC
company. "I have known of the
advantage of electric cookery fot ib.------. sc
many yean, and now I have the EstellGRAHAM
opportunity to1M this modern 1dT 1
method of cooking" i I 1/7sra
The prize lamps are also highly; Tomatoes CRACKERS
valued by the women who wo

them.The "oldMt-etovt!hunt contest 4 NcJ..2'"eansZ5c SATURDAY SPECIALS 1lb.pkg.13C
tied In with the general trend allover
the country toward modernizing -
kitchen and retelling Amer- RICH CREAMY 3 lb. caD
less women from the drudgery of Octagon Soap Products

houM-keeplng pointed out Manager Chandler I SNOWDRIFf SIc Super Sub Washing Powder Palmolive I
"AU over the country, ai well: I I
at hi Florida home,maker housewives through are becoming the- 3 ,kgt. ZSc 10 SII. -.22c Bar -SCI


HEAR : SUGAR10Ibs.S3c Cloth Bar MILK 3 talli cans IfC BUTTER Country Roll I


MARKW1LCOX Peanut Butter 7gtM30c| ib.------.:29-

: Assorted Flavors
PJlsbury's JELL 3 pks. ZOc Western

CHUCK ROASTib.
FLOUR lo
TOASTIES 2 pkgs. 15c:

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20 ]lift, bag-- ee: KETCHUP 21g.bottles a Z5c

Libby's DeLuxe Halves Jewel Lard

Brown Sugar bulk 4 ibs. 25c
PEACHESNo. I. lb.pkg.--:l4c


i can-J:5e: : Grape Juice quart bottle, 25c 4-lb.pkg.--SOC


II FREE! Beautiful Iced Tea Classes FREE! "BLUE PLATE" Salad Dressing

1 glass with % Ib. 25c 11
LIPTON'S TEA 2 tlasseswid ,Y2 lb. 4Sc / pints 15C Quarts 25c pints 39c

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1, Red Bliss I Meal or Grits S Ibs. 15c Western
rz ROUND er SIRLOINSTEAKS

! hf PotatoesBulk I BANANAS Golden Ripe: I3c

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ATReclland I BuiltINSECT Daisy Cheese lb. ZZc
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I JUNIOR CLASS WILL BANQUET SENIORSIN .-The CalendarMay -- MR. AND MRS. J. R. RUTLAND GIVE t

MOTHER GOOSE LAND TONIGHT I MUSICALE IN HONOR OF VISITORS f I

M-tt H. S. Junior-senior -
The Juniors of Homestead High Little, Miss Mary Moon, Miss Jean banquet I Mr. and Mr*. J. R Rutland gave i In serving an tea course.
School will take the dignified seniors Pitman Miss Fern Robertson, May J2: .-Areme Club meeting an Informal musical Monday{ Those Invited Included Mr. andI

back to Mother Goose land Miss Melba Sever, Miss MarjOrie i with Mrs. Wayne Calkins. evening In honor of Mr. Rutland'I Mrs. L. B. Sommera, Mrs and Mr*.
tonight when the annual Junior- SuOlvan. Miss Ruth Tower, Hits May 23-Future Farmer benefit uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs r. I W. R. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Dtvoi I.
senior Is held In Hazel Sullivan, Mid Katherine L. Rutland of SumtervUle Fla.
banquet Legion dance In Country Club. ,i I Webb Mr. and Mra. Frank\ Webb,
hall. Mother Goose characterswill Vann Mill Loll Walker, Miss Lot I May 15 ... Open of who art visiting them this week.' the Rev. and Mn. C. N. Walker,
look out from large panels Whitehead, Sam Allen, Whitney Homestead B.-P. W. C. meeting kt the home The house wa attractively decorated -! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Mr. and
which decorate the wall and Beam, Labon Bishop Harry of with garden flowers. Mrs. It. C. Edward Mr. and Mrs.a .
screens. The waitersfreshmen Brown, W. II. Carter, Robert I, Mrs.L.L.BowsitIpIn.' The program/ consisted of a violin I. Gault, Mr. and Mrs. Trick.
boys and girl*-will wear Mother Cave, Aubrey Cheshire, J. B.{ May 20-Ladle* Night at Red- and piano number by Dr. H. Dr. and Mn Wolfe, the Rev. and
Goose attire, the place cards and Clonlnger, D. H. Bellinger, Theo' land District Lion Club. S. Wolf and Mri. Jot. Elder, piano I Mn. E. L. Nelson, Mr. and Mr J.
.. programs will be bits from Mother dore Franklin, John Fredrick, May 28-District meeting ot W. solo by Mia Irene Wlchard, vocal M. HoUorty, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Goose, and even the toasts will be Clarence Froscher, Myron and Virgil -j M. S. in Homestead Methodist solos by Mn. Wm. Mussel Arthur, Mr. and Mr. Blake Mr.
built around the childhood rhymes.. Orennell, Otha Hackler, Edwin Church from 10 till 2 o'clock. white, piano solos by Mn. J. H. and Mn. Elder, Mr. and Mrs
- Francis Fitzpatrick, presidentof Lawrence, Clayton Lehman, Nel-I May 2t Woman' Club of I Webster, dialect readings by Mrs. Musselwhite. Dr. and Mrs. Frank
the juniors, is to be the toastmaster son McCourtney: Richard Mottaon, Homestead guest day program at Julia Polk a piano solo by Mr*. Hausman, Mr. and Mr*. Lee H
and he will make the welcoming Tommy MofTett, Earl Rohrer and!13 o'clock. ; J. D. Redd, a trio by Dr. Wolfe,I Lehman, Mr. and Mr*. Webster
- address. Miss Annie Mae Bill Vercoe. I May 28-Meeting of home- Ceo. M. Frick and Mrs. Elder:,. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Skill, Mr.
Booth senior, will respond to the The other guest Invited are,: ground beautification .class in I and piano solo by Mrs Elder. I and Mrs. J. L. Burton, Mr. and
toast, "A, B, C;" Mn. C. N. Walker County Superintendent and' Mr*.I Homestead school agriculture Mrs. Frick, Mrs. E. L. Lawrence -I Mrs J. D Redd. Mrs. F. Fleltaa,
'_ county board member, to "Jack Chas. M. Fisher; H. H. Filer, member rooms at ':30. I Mrs. D. P. Blake and Mrs Mn. Pope and Miss Irene Wich- !
1- and Jill"; Supervisor t T. Pear- of the county school board, and May 28-Meeting of Royal Poln- Frank Webb assisted Mrs. Rutland I ard. .
son to "Old King Cole"; School Mr*. Filer; I. T. Pearson, supervisor clana Grove at B p. m.
,I. Trustee Frank Skill, to "The House of teachers of Dade County, and May 29-H. H. S. class day ex- fI
BUNCO PARTY AND DANCE ARE ENJOYED
That Jack Built"; Principal L. B. Mrs. "Pearson W. H. Comb, school ercises.
1 Sommeri, to "Simple Simon"; and board member, and Mrs Comb; May 29-R. H. S. Junior-senior BY JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB AND FRIENDS 11 1 :
I D. K. Moomaw/ to "A Dlllar a the Rev. and Mr. C. N Walker; banquet. ,

Dollar". Frank Skill, A. J. Campbell and I Jun, -R. H. S. clan day exec j
The Mae Rose studio will furnish i Wm. J. Geronimo trustees; Mr. cises. The Junior Woman's Club of I R. G. Huff, Mrs. Pauline McConnell -
a floor show.A Geo. M. Frick, Mr, J. E. Gauiens June S-O. E. S. meeting In I. Homestead was entertained at a Mrs. J. 8. Horton, Mid Elinor
dance to which each Junior and Mr*. A. F. Arthur, Junior roommother O. O. F. hall. bunco party at the Homestead I Payne, Mia Ine Branch, Miss
. and senior Ij permitted to Invite a *; Mrs. Carl Doden, Mr*.'I June 8 Episcopal Woman'sAuxiliary Country Club Tuesday night by Pearl Whltaker Miss Emell Fred (' ;
member of the entertainment
; guest will follow the banquet Lee H. Letynan. Mr*. J. Tom 1 meeting with Mn. J. A. 'rick, Misses Eloise and Mary 1
tor Mrs. Harold
. \ Musts will be furnished by an or- Vann, senior room mothers; and' Hook. committee May Bradley, Miss Thelma Turner, S
Oxford, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., and
Miss Wollam, Mia
chestra consisting of Geo. M. Principal and Mrs. L. B. Sommeri { '3 ne 7-R. H. S. baccalaureate Marguerite
Frick. Clarence Hunt and WUlardFlflld. Mrs. Ruth L. Scott, Mrs. :]:I sermon. Misses Alice and Grace Hobson. Ellen Huff, Marlon Plummer, R i
} Mrs. E. A. Ennl won the high E. Sherard, Ansel Barrow, Fd- +
Lawrence Becker, Mrs. Frank j i June 7-II. H. S. baccalaureate
Webb, Mrs. Carl A. Field, Mrs. II sermon score prize, Mia Thelma Turner, win McOarrah, Mr. Cave and the II
The junior class, which Is givIng !!! the second prize, and Mr*. Geo. hoat.euc.
Miss Jessie Hen-
Howard Johnson, H. H. S. commence-
the banquet, 1* composed of denhott Mir Elinor Hayden, D. i i m.txrdle: M. Sonnlchsen, the low score }
Miss Nora :
Akers, Misses Helen I
i prize.
E. Moomaw, Bernard Blackburn June
and Catherine Redland District Ministerial MRS. COKER GIVES 4
Steffant, Miss Lou
Frank Lucas, George N. Wakefield,i Association picnic at Mat- A chicken salad course was serv BUNCO
_ Bell Grennell, Miss Martha Close, I el'A:1JI 'i
_ Miss Dorothy Sykes, Miss Eliza I C. H. Rice and Frank L. Mcll- thaaon" Hammock at 10:30: a. m. ed.After At th Blossom Club
beth Skill, Miss Helen West, Miss ,wain. June 10-It 11 S. commence- th* party, husband and burs party given by Mn. Frances -
Hazel Pennmgton: Miss Virginia' ," Freshmen"' Irtxr VW Verve a* I, anent exefttees.( Mend of the stub member arrived Coke at her home Tuesday J

Frick Miss Geraldine Reitz, Miss waiters art: Miss Elizabeth Mcll- I and dancing was enjoyed. night, the tint prlaea were won
Bobbie Summerlin, Miss Florence wain, Mia Cynthia Parrlsh, Miss and Mr*. L. B. Sommcrs, Mr. and j Present ware: Mr. and Mr*. Bur- by Mia Hassle l Oorday and J. D.
r Pancoaat, Miss Joan Kellum, Al- I Virginia Dorsey, Miss Marcia I Mn. Theodore J. Blcler, Mr. and : ley Dendy, Mr. and Mn. L. B.Danzey Conner, and second prise by Miss
vin Bridges, James Goodlng, Francis Oauzens, Miss Sybil Cheshire Mn. Coo N. Wakefield and chilI Io r. and Mn. Claude Mildred Smith and Elmer Martin.
\- fitzpatrlck, Earl Smith, Duke Miss Bonnie Groover, Miss Lucille 'I I: dren, Mr. and Mn. D. E. Moo- Campbell, Mr. and Mr*. Ennis, Other present were: Mr. amiMrs.
e West, Rudolph Young, Robert West, Miss Iretta Bethel, Miss maw, Mr. and Mn. F. B. Lucas,, Mrs E. A. Buchanan, Mn. Joel J.| Arthur Brady Mr M. S.
Gautens, Donald Sullivan, Francis Louise Pacetti, Howard Lamb, '!: Mr. and Mn. Frank Webb Mr. Robinson, Mn. Sonnlchten. Mr*. (Continued on Page Fourteen)

Irwin, Winfred Owen, Tom Noah Peterson, Wm. McMichael I i, and Mrs. J. O. Wynn, Mr. and Mn.
Collins, Billy Arthur and James Clinton Bishop, Roy Martin, Rex I I: Willard Fiflcld Mn. Bevo Webb,
Gibbs. Faust, Billy Moffett, Harvey Rue II 1 i Miss Mary Williams, Miss Kather-
The honor guests, the seniors, Bank Byrom, Martin Bishop and!I yn Thelsen Miss Eleanor Hayden,
,, are: Miss Ethel Bailey, Miss Annie Theodore Arrant ||I Miss Evelyn Nyberg, Mil Jessie
Mae Booth.! MlM Dorothy Brannan, The panel drawings were model| Hendershot Miss Frances Dorsey. J
Miss JeweU Campbell, Mia Dorothy by Miss Florence Pancoait and I I|I Mn. J. Draper and children and

E Deden, Miss PrUclUa Freed, Rudolph Young, member of the C. Berry were guests. Muscle?
Mist Virginia Hodge, Mist Leola Junior class I III I I


n MISS IDA ELOISE BRADLEY TO WED I FOR COMMITTEES REDLAND ARE LADIES'APPOINTED AID y

II The Ladle Aid Society of the OraC ?
n FIELDING ARNOLD RUFF OF MIAMI I Redland Community Church met
at the home of Mrs. August Heuer
Mr. and I! Thursday afternoon of-last weeki
Mrs. William M. Bradley until he came to Miami 12 year RUB
this week announced the engagement i and made plan for a church work
of their daughter, Ida I ago.They I meeting to be held In the near fu-
are making their home at
Eloise, to fielding Arnold Ruff. 731 N. W. 12nd Court, Miami. I' ture. Mrs. Heuer, acting president 'REX-RUB
The marriage will take place In appointed the following com- R
the late summer. I mittee chairmen: Mrs. Thos. Brewer -
I REV. J. C. RIMS TO SPEAK
entertainment Mrs H. J. 75
Mist Bradley though born In AT WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING ;
Damascus, Ga., has been a resident A program of interest will be I Armstrong program; Mrs. Wayne
of Homestead since her In- I Calkin, needlework; Mrs. Fritz
presented at the guest day meeting
fancy.. She U a graduate of of the Woman' Club of Homestead !1 Jackson parsonage; and Mn. Geo.
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Homestead High School and of the In 'the clubhouse Tuesday E. Deuel, flower.
Homestead Business College and I I. Present were: Mn. C. :Ben
afternoon at 3 o'clock by the hostesses -
now connected -with the Home- for the afternoon, Mrs. An- Plummer Mn. M. J. Brownlow, When stiff sore muscles caused by
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Mrs. Grant Mn. F. W.
Mahan.
stead Insurance Agency. She la nie Butler, Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick
an active member of the Junior and Mn. I. T. Nixon. Stlllman, Mn. Anna Meuenmith over-exertion slow you up, do as athletesdo.
Woman's Club of Homestead.Mr. Mr* Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs.
The speaker of the afternoon
Geo. W. Turner, Sr., Mr*. Armstrong Massage them briskly with REX-KUB.
Ruff representative
a ot a will be the Rev. J. C. Sims of Mi
Miami tobacco firm, I Ie a graduate ami. A five minute music contest Mrs. Brewer, Mn. Calkin, This stimulates circulation in the sore
Mn. Jackson and Mrs. DeueL
of an Atlanta high school In which everyone can take partIs area. Helps nature relieve the irritationand
He has made his home In Miami' 1 being planned, and a living an-
tor the past twelve year and I*i thology I I. being arranged for by AD ASTRA CHAPTER puts muscles back in tip-top shape.
a member of the Harvey Seed Mr*. L. L. Bow. INITIATES TWO
Post of the American Legion. Mr*. Charles Turner and Mn
I FACULTY GROtr HAS Herbert Turner were Initiated by You'll also find REX-KUB helpful

MRS. MYRTLE KERSEY IS PICNIC AT MIAMI BEACH Ad Astra chapter of the O. E. S. for treating itchy toes, minor burns and
BRIDE OF FLOYD B. HART The Homestead teacher and I in Homestead at its meeting Friday
Mrs. Myrtle Mowry Kersey of their husband and wives went to I night In the I.O.O.F. halt superficial skin imitationsKeep a bottle
t, Homestead and Floyd B. Hart oft Miami Beach for an outing on I Mr*. T. E. Evan, the oldest handy.
Miami were married in the parsonage Thursday of last week after school mother, and Mrs. B. 0 .Branch,
of the Coconut Grove Methodist had been dismissed. the member with the largest fam-
Church Saturday evening, Swimming accompanied b y ily, were presented with gift by
May 16, at '7 o'clock in the presence "dunking" was followed' by a Mn. Geo. W. Turner Jr., worthy e
of a small group Of friends.:1 wiener roast, then songs were matron. Mrs. Branch gave a
The ring ceremony was used. I sung around the dying campfire. Mother Day reading and 114,..
Th bride I In the faculty group wereMr.. Wm. M. John played a piano solo.
wore a blue and white
Ok and dream other with accessories.white hat, gloves I I I iI I i, The Dixie:: Drug

I Mrs Hart 1* a daughter of Mn Green Lantern Restaurant I

L S. Mowry and a member of one Your Rexall Store
I ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
of the oldest families In Home
stead. Western T-Bon Bleak Dinner see Chicken Dinner 7S.
Regular Dinner SOe Vegetable Plate 1**
Mi. Hart who is
a pointing contrai'oi -
AH Kinds ., Home-nude Bandwleb
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iued in Marshall, Texas, I


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Page Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. May 22. 1936._


1 IE. P. ROBERTS TO TALK ON ENSEMBLE, CLASS GIVES- PROGRAM -
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LAWS RELATING TO WOHEM' ; AT HdME OF MRS R. iL IITZ1'ATRICK jl
All who are Interested in FlorIda -;
laws particularly as they relate 6.
I Social Events I to women and to Inheritance, section of the Ensemble Clue Allan Kirk '

'questions are invited to attend I gave the following program bi celebration "Curious Story" ._.. '--- Meller

V ,| the open meeting of Homestead I of National Music Weekon I Ardel Parma
Business and Professional Womens "Birdie With a Yellow BIB," WU-
dub at the home of Mrs. L. Friday afternoon. May IS, at ffam

REDLAND P.-T. A. GIVES MUSICALETO L. Bow en Avocado drive Monday Mr*. R. H. Fitzpatrick1 home on "Lair Marj" Willlare

HELP SCHOOL BAND RAISE FUNDS I evening when Attorney Ernest P.Roberts Redland. road"Grateful : I Veri Sage: -
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will be present to answer .
Tasks" No. 1-2-3. Gar- "Opera Melodies" ___ Domizcttie
-- question that have been asked by I
Two hundred attended the 1 Patten Art Headley. E. J. Graham -I'dub member lift I Louise Rosa .r

Redland P.-T A. musical liven WUiard Hendenhot, M. Ann Rheney Mrs. Fitzpatrick :"Winding Path" _.....__ ___ Barth
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The meeting will begin
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.rWllltams
"Good Morning" _.. I
in the Redland school auditorium Rentsberger. Leland Lay Eddie o'clock. France Scherr

May 14 to get money for the school" Center Leon Cook Earl Field and I Jimmie Ross Tip Toe March ,_ .._ Taylor
"Wash Your Face" ___ William
band fund. Mr. Mutchler Louise' ROM
MISS BOBBIE SUMMERLL'IGIVES Alice May Ron
A feature of the program wu I Other numben on the program 1 DINNER PARTY -America". ..._._. ... Diller-Quaile "Consolation" ...... ." Mendelssohn
group of three numben by Erdell wen: a violin: solo by Mrs. Sam Eileen Scherr Johnny Kuhn

Muichler's newly orfanUed ao Davis; a trombone solo by Cohen, Miss Bobbie Sutnmerlln wu "Hop Hop, Hop" __ Dlller-Quafle -Pande March" ._... Uchner :'
her
hottest dinner at
-((!lIon band. which h MM to beth Leggett, two numbers bhe at a party Jerome Scherr Teresa Redd
only accordion band south of Homestead trio, Dr. H. S. Wolfe.| home Thursday evening A crystal -
-Rose Petal ....__ ..__ Lawson"Marigolda"
and formedthe "Summer Reverie" ..... TJonshen
K,.w York. Ceo. M. Frick and Mrs. Jos. Elder -| vase of rose fern <
.__ _.__. __ Gray
and the cards Vera Hheney
The players are: Mr C. D. Hatter accordion solos by Marjorie I centerpiece place Mn
Ardel
Marjorie Fogle. Ethel Bennett rolls, Amelia Strauss, Jefferson were miniature graduates. Dance of Parman.the Snowflake Fitzpatrick Watson"Melody" "Redova" _"___'_"....._ Dancla
Amelia Strauss, Myrna Mutchler. Ford Mrs. C. D. Hatter Henry Coven were laid for ten: MINI Kathleen Ross
II .. _.......___._. Stair
Jean Ware Jocelyn Rae M. Perry 'and Tommy Stewart; a VII Dyal Miss Virginia Frick, Ann Daughter of the Regiment. Dom-
Rheney
Rcntsberger Leland Lay. Eddy saxophone solo by Augustus MIA Betty Bowen Mia Helen "Air and Variations- __Franklin !tzettl
Center Paul Tullrr Wm D. Fuller Wynn; a cornet solo by Freddie: West John Walton, Edw. Law- Kuhn Johnny Kuhn Buddy Kuhn

Art U.dlrEo J. Graham I Patten; a clarinet solo by Mr.', reuse Earl Smith, Whitney Beam, ''Tw dledum'Buddy' .. Gaynor Teresa Redd
WlDard Hendenhot Charles Mutchler with piano accompaniment -1 I Duke West and the hostess. Lena Bell Bond "Shadow PIctures" _. .. Rhenihold

Tommy Stewart by Art Headley; a xylophonesolo Mb Summerlin WM assisted by "The Cobbler" __ ___ Gaynor Kathleen Ross "
Henry Perry Jefferson Ford and i by Shirley Maberry with accordion her mother Mrs. Vera Summerlin Lavint Kirk Fault Waltz" __ .. ... Gounod ,
Mr 1dutrh r. accompaniment by Mr. and two aunts, Mrs. H. Collier Annabel Redd
Majors and Minor ......__ Watson
Two numbers were given by Mutchler; a number"by the Na- and Mrs. Ceo. A."West "Fountain" __._......._ ... Bohn
Mutchler orchestra which can raja trio. E. J. Graham and Wil- Constance Scherr '.

litta of the following players: Mr*. lard Hendenhot, accordions, and SENIOR CAST serving The guest present Included:
Sam Davl Marjorie Fogle Cohea Chat. Elchenberger saxophone; SWIMSAT Present were: Wanetta Koest- Mrs. Howard Kirk Mra..Oo man. "
Leggett Jefferson Ford, George and a reading by Mary Elinor TAHITI BEACH line. Annette Campbell, Nina Bul- Mn Sage. Mn Fred Redd, Mrs
Trick, Augustus Wynn. Freddie Williams. Members of the cast ofhe lard, Marjorie Lewis, Virginia Clarence Parman, Mrs. Wm. E.
Homestead High School senior tinner Harold Branch, Preston Rheney, Mrs. J B. ROM and F S.
play. "New Fire," and their guests Bird. Harry Martin, Lester Scberr
GARDEN CLUB HOLDS ITS Mrs. Williams Mrs A. A.
Casper
and Mr. and Mn L. B. Blackburn, er. Elbert West and Jack Arch-I Punch and home made candies
LAST MEETING OF SEASON Koestlfne Mrs. Wm. Nolan Mr
enjoyed a swimming party at Tahiti eeL served.
Mn Elbert M. Froacher WM J, E. Davis, Mrs. E. S. Caplinger wen
Beach Wednesday afternoon.
hostess Monday to the members Mrs. Perry Williams Mrs. Ceo.
of the South Lode Garden Club at Smith Mrs. J. L. Ballard Mn.Dexttr Present beside Mr. and Mrs.
their final meeting lids season. Smith,Mrs. C. B. Bentley Blackburn were: Mill Jean Pair: FOR
Mrs. M. p. Kenney was unanl- Mn J J. McLendon Mill Helen man. Mill Ruth Tower Mill Ethel

frit piously xl faILMn chosen at the first hottest Livingston and Mix LobdeU.POINCIAHA Jewell Bailey, Campbell Miss Mary Miss Moon Virginia Miss Justice of the PeaceI

Hodge, Miss Marjorie Sullivan
Wm O Bishop read a pa- GROVE Min Annie Mae Booth Harry hereby aaaaanc my candidacy for Justice at the
t>:r on The Black Fly on Fruit pease 4th district e( Dade County. subject to the Democratic
Tree Mn. Jat M. Dobbin read INITIATES FOUR Brown Clayton Lehman Clarence prlaury !. .Ia... I will appreciate your veto and ...pperA \.
fin article by. Howard Curry on Mn Wm. M John Mrs. R. Froacher, Eugene Campbell, veto for A. W. JONES mean hmetty Integrity and Justice
Beautiful Florida" ; Mn Lucy I Stark Mill Flossie Gorday and Paul Cox and Bill Vercoe fe* aIL I have so condemnation te oak ef ethers bat stand
Miss ea my past record with malice toward tne
Ruth Gross wen initiated into -
Clinton read a poem, "Yellow
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Royal Poindana Grove, Woodmen ELBERT DOLAR HONORED
Jasmine; and Mn. R. J. Shep-
herd the president read an article Circle, at meeting held in ON HIS BIRTHDAYMrs. A. W. JONES
bird the L O. O. F. hall on Thursday Jack Dolar gave a wiener
on attracting to the
night of last week. The Orange roast at her home on N. W. Tenth garden by meant of bird baths and I
food. Mr W N. Smythe read aDtu1.ice Blossom Drill Club assisted in the street May 12 in honor of the
about the apparent prefer Initiation service thirteenth birthday of her ton

!nee o( bee for blue flower, of Mrs. Ruth Godwin WM elected Elbert Game wen enjoyed both Unimpeachable Honesty Training: Experienceand
adviser and Mrs. Pearl indoon and outside and cookies
humming bird for red flowers.and Cooper
of butterflies for purple fIow- assistant. attendant and punch were served. Mia Achievement Qualify Him
Ruby Dolar assisted her mother In
ers. Announcement WM made that

A refreshment court was served the grove would be represented at '
and the meeting wu closed the regional convention in Lake ELECT

with a group of interesting recitations Junahiska. N. C., June 1 to S DR. R. S. AKERS
by Mr*. Geo. E. Reed. by: Mrs. E. J. Pacetti guardian;
Mrs. Bessie Brady, state Inner sentinel -
Present were Mn H. C. Reed DENTISTOffice HARRYGOLDSTEIN
'Mrs N. G Ball. Mn C. E. Butler, and local drill captain; Mrs.
Mrs Liberia BUM Mn Wm. M. Sarah Martin district attendant; Mean 9a.astSp.s
John. Mn WIlL Dunlop MnFroscher Mrs. Frances Coker. district chaplain
Sundays t le H
Mn Shepherd, Mr*. ; and Mia Myrtlce Counts
Dobbin Mn. Geo E. Reed, Mr*. outer tentinel They plan to leave Closed Saturdays .
here May 28 and Join other group
Bishop Mn Kenney Mrs. Clii> .
on the way Free Parking Space
ton and Mn Smyth I .
During the social tEbtlrVlfothfa 17(1 N. w. ISm sT.. MIAMI .r

toHTRlCT! GROLP.TO NUT Day program WM given by PHONE t-S131 Tax
.'WITH HOMESTEAD W M. 8. ,Stanley Wlttkop tenor soloist Miss
Members of the Homestead Montese Pacetti pianist and three

!Methodist Missionary Society will members. Mn Bert Branch, Mn Collector
be hostesses at a district I Coker and Mr Alice Walters, who
meeting in the church next Tuesday gave readings. ELECTWe

from It until 1 All membersare I Cup cake and teed tea wen
requested to be present served by Mrs. Pacetti and her Dade County Needs
The! four circle of the Homestead assistants, Mn Ada Young Mrs.
society held a Joint meeting Branch and Mr*. Godwin. R. BECKERTax the Best!
in the church Tuesday arcleThl'M
"Ps14 r. i?''s1 Slnrtln snli
gave the devotional part of
the program and Mill Jennie Lob- i
dell conducted the Bible study Collector
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period. Mn J. M Webster made CARE

the closing prayer i
Present wen Mrs. P. B. Bird. Any
president Mn E. A. Ennls, Mrs J and Beauty i permanent wave

Robert Glenn, Mrs Cibba, Mn

; Mollie Wingate. Mr*. A. S. Moye True beauty demands M won't do !
; Mr J. A. McNeill Mr Neely.
the best ot care at all\
i Mr A. B. Slagle Mr*. Geo. Ran- j
time Whether you
\. son, Mn. Barber Mrs O. L. Sho- wish a wave a facial. This,.....four wsve aniM tie perfect
walter Mn Webster, Mrs. H P. .
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a manicure or any ot -will) a peewees cane of earls
McDaniel, Mrs. C H. Cate Mrs.
the other essential aids ( lot die asps of your.....ThaCi the
Curtis Monroe Mr Vlvan i
Booth
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to beauty. you !) find kiN we give fOIl wok suuraare.
the killed operators at for we me iW Imtratdooslly fast

Pat a Beauty Parlor rat Fugue Method,,with latest meduaical -
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist ready to serve you iaiprovencMt sad ge sine ,.
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Spiral and 1 assign k for jm,.. .comutglOM t.t\
Combination .I trtlUBush's

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Prices $5, $6, $7

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Friday May 22, 1936. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page Eleven


Blue Ribbons Awarded at Both his ability if chosen for the office I most every direction. No small "Then why didn't you say ao at
_ : Arp again. uoftslderaUoa i* UM increase ui Qrst" demanded the porter I

JI Home Demonstration Club ExhibitsBoth I Charles O. Turner devoted moat residential construction up H coos go round asking passengers.
iJ of his speaking time to en outlineof per cent for the tint quarter. Oovtrnment It they're theatrical.. I don't wantto
-- I his past business and professional authorities have pre4M>l lad !tesult 'em Tit-Bits
career as an attorney in the that e.GOO.OooiMrw' hewe will te Q
of the local home demonstration Mrs. H. J. Armstrong won five
club held their annual blue ribbons and Mrs. Seymour I employ of the government!' beforehe taut in the not ten rears For the Best in
exhibits yesterday and the judging Dane the president, won four in came to the Redland District should sustain ell appliance Wh.1
in both lilt pledged himself to work for in a healthy condition" OPTOMETRYDK.NEUENSCIIWANOER
exhibit was done by the fiedland exhibit which washeld j jan'l
Mn. W. C. Brown and Mrs. Chas in the clubhouse of the Wom water control dented rumors that''II" d.
Winter of the county home dem- Club of the Redlands ye.Mr-1 he favored a "shake-up" In the t
of Kendall DR. It. GONZALEZ
onstration office in Miami. day afternoon. Mn. Armstrong's management hospital An actress was traveling from I
and county home and promised I If 115 Venetian Arcade. Miami
awards were forcanned product Liverpool to London. Her luggagewas
Miss Norton,
Paniy county
elected Dr. J.
to retain A. Smith
agent was present to help make book cover made of tropical flee bulky and the surly porter to t
pledged Joyce.
plans for the local groups to attend 'I material, coconut tree article article Herbert were C. Keen by startled his whom the entrusted it at the Liverpool I

#, the home demonstration I' taught In the past three yean audience by declaring that one obis station told her she would. Vote for t
which will be held In Miami and six coasters a special entry. have to pay excess on it. "Unless; ,
camp first acts If elected purchasing !
anerthou'ht,1"you're
Beach High School June 18 to 20 I Mrs. Dane won on: container of agent would be to go before the he added, aa an 1
and the achievement day exhibitin flowers arrangement of basket of I state legislature and ask that the a theatrical. I We F. BROWNA ,
Miami June 20. I fresh vegetables arrangement' o f I office be abolished. He said I It "Well. I am a theatrical," explained '
basket of fresh fruits and the actress. I ae ssea :
rug. l1i
In the Homestead exhibit which cost $800 yearly to handlea ___ 1 Ii I
was held in the Neva King Cooper I Mrs. E. A. Carter won first honors 175,000 business und thut this + Y : IdI
School yesterday morning Mrs. on a palmetto article and a 11 per cent bonus for operation: I tl I !
Frank Hausman and Mrs. O. M. crayonex article: and Mrs. J. D. excessive and unfair to the taxpayers. A BUSINESS MAN i f
Cooper were each awarded lour Wysong on a linoleum block anda for
blue ribbons, and Mrs. R. E. Edwards -I barrel plaque a special entry. O. A. Rollins asserted that thoffice ; i

the president, was awarded Mrs. A. W. January won first in of purchasing agent had State Senator
three. cork printing! ; Mrs. C. L. Ooley, (Continued on Page Fourteen)
Mrs. Hausman was ranked first in silk flowers; and Mn. Geo. W.

in; canning record book, sunshine Turner, Jr., in looper clip E
symbol!, most' artiste arrangement Present at the Redland meeting NORGE SMASHES
of basket of fresh vegetables' were: Mn. E. M. Froscher, Mrs.
a and most artistic arrangement of W. O. Meggs Mn. A. C. Easton, ALL
RECORDS IN
fresh fruits.. I' Mrs. O. P. Oosnell, Mrs. Gee E,
, Mrs. Cooper's blue ribbons were Deuel, Mn. D.A. Duffee Mrs. I. f.

won on: linoleum block, wash hat Talbott, Mn. O. VI. Draggers Mrs. SALES VOLUME
i
Japanese wood pulp flowers and Bowen, Mrs. Roxanne Matthews, 4
01; suggestions for 4-H camp. Mrs. Geo. H. Reed, Mrs. L. O. Buggies i -
Miss Estelle Turner. Mrs. I Detroit May 31 Norge sales In
\ Mrs. Edwards was first in canning -
Dane. Mrs Ooley Mrs. Turner,
smashed all
April previous records
coconut tree article and
I
Mrs. January, Mn. Armstrong,
work. with an all product volume 'M.ar.atif' rARE
pewter Mrs. Carter, Mn. Wysong and ,
of 58,280 units, 41.7 per cent ahead .
Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield was Preston B. Bird, a visitor.
of the like month last year, according :-
flnt in container of flowers! and
I meeting i to Howard E. Blood, president ,
tooled linoleum; Mrs. Dan Groover -
Norge Division, BorgWarner .
In crayonex article and cork cil Walker, Mn. 3. T. Skipper of Corporation. Sales for the fin I xI \ .
printing; and Mn. S. A. King In I Miami and Mrs. W. R. Hall of four months of 1938 totaled 193,870 I forJUDGE .'
silk flowers and article taught in YOU TIREDef -
Jacksonville and the following
units, a gain of 02.1 per cent over
past three years. members: Mrs. Ft E. Anderson the corresponding period of 1839 I politicians and lawyersIn CIVIL iJ
Those who were awarded one Mrs. W R. Anderson, Mrs. Fred "Norge set a new high In refrigerator Tallahassee
blue ribbon were: Mrs. R. E. Hob- Redd, Mrs. Fred Suber Mrs. W. sales in April." salt AS A MERCIIANT- COURT OF RECORD
son, palmetto article; Mrs. Harry D. Coker, Mrs. W. W. Bethea, Mrs. Blood, "with a unitrefrigerate I have the same problem ffi
D. Wolfe, work Mrs. Emma O. C. Radford, Mrs. Wolfe Mrs.R. .
copper ; volume over 12 per cent greater that yea have-I cannot Subject to Demecratle Primary
Moser rug; Mrs. R. E. Ander- L. Hobson, Mn. King Mrs. than the best previous month of help myself without helping -
son, looper clips; Mrs. R. L. Hob- Hausman Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. March, 1938. Likewise new high ,.a. YOUR VOTE AND :
son cotton dress review; and Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Morse Mrs. Smith records were established In the SUPPORT WILL BE :
A. D. Smith thrift dress review. and Mn. Wakefleldr I production of both gas and electric VOTE FOR
APPRECIATEDELECT :1'
ranges. April closed with heavy; I

.11 'Candidates for Major Offices Draw i numbers of, unfilled washers orders ironers for and refrigerators -I John K. Tilton 1 Paid P.titl,.I Ad.rtl..n.ai t

ranges, even with Norge factories! I for I
Large Audience to Homestead Rally at full production, working 24 I STATE SENATOR ;

I'I hours each day. ,Paid PoIIU..1 Ad.nl..a.nt
(Continued From Page One)bent, asked for re-election on the "Norge refrigerator sales ii I ;\
a complete reorganization of the strength of his record In office during i April were up 39.9 per cent compared W.E. VAN LOON
state's legal departmentCarl the past four years which he with the like month last
Maples of Wakulla said believed entitled him to another year an interesting increase com- -
he will insist that the new $3- term as peace justice.In I pared with the 32 per cent gain for DAN CHAPPELl
000.000 state capitol be locatedin the county commiasionei; the industry reported for the fin
south or central Florida insteadof race Preston B. Bird called attention : quarter. Norge washer sales wen -. a
in Tallahassee if he Is elected to the fact that of $8,800.- up 149.3 per cent, gas range sale I F ;
governor. He advocated comple- 000 outstanding in Dade Count I 843.3 per cent electric range sale: A ;
tion of a state highway from Miami bonds, $889,000 Is now callable I I4A.8 per cent compared with 4lI c
to Lake Okeechobee and pro- As a means of saving the taxpayers -i April 1, 1935. A remarkable Increase i ,q
posed a $3 automobile license. :I a very substantial sum of mon- was shown In Ironer tale; I f -
He spoke vigorously in favor of ey, he proposed that these bonds I with the unit volume for th r d eft;,
which he said be called and refinanced over s 1 1l
the Townsend plan, I month representing a quarter 01 0
he had been supporting activelyfor period of 30 years at two per cent) total washer unit ssles."Norge v ,I
more than a year. I Instead 'of five per cent interest looks confidently Into l C F .
The two candidates for Justice Bird Hid he will see that the fifth t the future. We expect the household -
:of the peace, fourth, district, made district gets its share of this saving appliance industries to ben*- t. '.
'their first platform appearance In in the form Improvements it hIs < I fit greatly from increased business )-
Homestead. A. W. Jones stressed elected.J. I momentum apparent in at.t -
the point that he Is paying his D. Redd reviewed his 25 yean I I"
own campaign expenses from of public service in Homestead- r t ti
meager resources and denied his 11 years as city councilman and
opponent's statement that he 14 years as county commissioner. We Cecil Watson
(Jones) Is In good financial cir He praised the work of the present .
cumstances and does not need the board and said Dade County Is In
job. Sidney L. Kendrick incum- excellent financial condition. He j ..
i promised to serve to the best of
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Supervisor of


N.J. BEAVERCandidate FLORA ENGLAND LET'S :MAKE RegistrationVAN ;!


for :: LOON will devote 1
DAN CHAPPELl

School BoardFROM I I' his this ENTIRE office. TIME to ;

DISTRICT NO. I HIGH MAN FOR
I Your Vote and Support$

Subject to June DemocraticPrimary GOVERNOR I II I Will He Democratic AppreciatedSubject Primary "

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Resident of district .
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<.'.ul P. I'lral "'h tl >wiil>
4. I I .raid r. "lul M..nl.or
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man, South Miami last C.. t -., ', IJICandidate I Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate

2 years as president.. Caadidats for Election: to
for

school trustee Dade Co. School Board Oberlin Conservatory and Royal
.4 years as Clerk of the Criminal

of Special School District J-enure district sooth Conservatory of Leipzig
Tax District No. 26. .f Tsmiaad TraIL Court of RecordJune

Year veto and supper win DesaocrsH rrimtryYour PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
YOU VOTE AND SITPORTsoucrrtD.
asses the courteous eaTiCienl -
Vote and Support
and Impartial eeadawtef ,
the affair at WIt Ale!*. Will Be Appreciated Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 I
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_-e Four THE tFADER EN"J.'HRPRISE Friday, May 22.1936.riMWied t ITH


LEADER.F1i1'IlmSE,I predicted by ydo* Said I***. '

|j FROM OUR MAILBOX Ptons were. .*.* to obtain! PEITEWAY NOT

Fridays atefead. it..... ton*, fir and HgMstog Insurance

...... by tae .lath no en the power plant and Mass ALLIED WITH

Mftag c. Ror. A. A. Koestline Sw Co-operation the One Thing when the council was advU- "
'i ad by Engineer Bydow that the I

Bet AKCTOT .JCditer::; Lrtdnr in Homestead federal government required this SHOLTZ GROUP 1

to be don on all projects of a
ndHnr Leader-malurpi lse: near licmestea- for commercialpurpsea.

( profttaMenuamluJ' similar nature I ,,'j
Cniered M .reed does mail I II The potential nsourx of City Attorney George I: Mc- Raleigh Pettewsy. of Tampg
natter Marc I. lilt at Ue lest 1 to a beautiful de-
Homeland are ansjsual-yet ne- CaaUfl: toformed the board that who spoke on behalf of his can.dfciacy .
sake at lionvotd. Flarida nadertaw .gtortod and to Uw Ugliest state.haleaa. stonbto and preOMbie aft to the slot machine test case would 1 for govern before a large
art ef March I, 1819.SL7hL l which to live but "One fhtog thou '
I be heard by tile supreme court on h and representative fathering of
....*. -co.oPERATJON.
I b... been Mlmttfiealy stated May M. A dactoton should ben voter In Homestead .last week t

F10CT. I1M A YEAR fiat the hltffeeat value of the sssTadye True gMtttoe UNSELFISH cooperation forthcoming about 10 day later I 11be made It clear that he to not allied

m that fair state of our toto come only from strong said. He was allowed $50 to in any manner wish the preventadministration
be fotind In Homestead. character and strong character cover expense of his trip to Tallahassee -

1 I HAVE SKXT unD n TAW I comet ONLY from the CHURCH as the city's representative
One of the purest water *uppJto and from the church ONLY in the case Judge Petteway firmly denied

I i ave net II vd to vain. *. if net the purest to be found I through the Living Christ Only any connection between him and

If, Sliming dreams how ft'VII o aaywbars to the municipal Christ IX a men can give that his campaign and the present

bled. supply of MoraesUad needed vision fortitude probity COJIPROJ1ISELAWPERMITS governor and Ms IdmIniItnUon.I .

Dissolved Hke wtod-btown rate.M Our education system, to wa'"l and smicsbffity. so necessary for i I "Some of the candidate hi this
.Men order both to the race have tried to suggest that
> heart..* known stMfl tough TRUE community co-operation I
and to the public schools SUNDAY connection between
.
tor Our With the proper spirit of cooperation I--::
agricultural
Mv soul ha* known much pair; background Homestead would be administration.
And at I flunk cannot be squatted anywhere In I I have been very positive in my:
yet. maiag seeking to enlarge Its border tines SALE OF BEER ..
the state. On the Johnston
declaration suggestions
these
trop :
Mv on
Uf has not been to \'aiD- rather than stand by while Itsacreage
I nave been a sturdy chfctk .: ical grove can be shown the decreases, etc. I wherever I have spoken. be aald.I '
A and of growing hundreds didn't support Shops in either 1
strong feMAri link I IbWt7 poui-j I
kinds ef tropical The churches the part yean (Continued From Pate One) .
In the pattern ef !hiss chain.Marjr J have primary when be ran for governor .
Farrell Dickinson toQuMtsntog avocado excel all other art a wonderful example ofcooperation law. lilt to finally adopted at the i and be to not supporting me

fieed.B11LD anywhere; it ha been demonstrated through the splendid ,next council meeting will have!I now."
that an kind of truck spirit manifested to the Ministerial their license revoked and be su bThe,
Hillsborouih County candidate
crop can be dorm here? flower I Association It to now time for led| to a fine of $250 and W days)I Aid he b In favor of eliminating ,
the
NOW grow and bloom In profusion the community at large to set Imprisonment ,'
the gasoline In on farm machinery
round. I aside personal difference and *.1-
Build new and take the profirav ,year I IfCJUl'ld fib Interest and fall IB step with This ia the third attempt by the!) and fishing boat Farmer -
Splendid highway to be
the FtorMa Association of are the churches, and TOGETHER go city council to adopt liquor regttllatton I and fishermen do not use the
leading
to
Real Estate Boards through ltl including I a new concrete every dInction.1: forward for the common good o fHow' that can be strictly en- highway with their tractor and

Jt.te aecrctary. Violet Wbul Dunhi from Homestead to aD and all for one Greater forced. In compromising withth boat and are entitled to special
>. "Proof that Ir stead. : barbecue stand and purveyor constdentton for that reason, b,
..u less than It did during nor-1 I Two railroad enter the city: to of milder beverages, the council
serve Its shipping need I WHAT SAY TIT aid.He
In I years I* seen In comparing j believe It to representing the beet advocated more definite
Fishing for pleasure 1* Ideal A. A. KOESTUHE.: Interest of all concerned staving
:vets with these today cann -,. by rule for the pardon board a* one
< : nay how long buo.-: Will I off n threatened Invocation of I mean of curbing crime and urged -

hold, as or the whale the grand Both Parties to Be Asked the rigid and antiquated Sunday his audience to find out just
to Include "
-rage reduction In material "Blue Law* President Tom I how his various opponents stood

PY tea to about eight per cent. ,Cuba-Mexico Tariff in Platforms I Hurls commented yesterday.The I ion the matter of law enforce

4 Building "K the key log in the much "cussed and discussmeet, and the power of the governor -

I Ina inrss jam .nd s general revivi (Continued From Pag* One) ed" 43-degree parking linn in I ia relation to arbitrary removal

,i In build r K would stimulate all i resolution will be drafted in Miami tar after the test case had been : front of Max's Department SFranklin's of officer and to the use of

business as mil an give the build.i next Monday sad offered for tried and decided.K. Grocery and the Dixie'I his veto on the pardon board. He

er the a&.N..1jt e of the rising values adoption by the grower at another W. Bird, president of the I Drug, mysteriously erased overnight said he would insist upon fair,

Inherent m real estate right meeting in he school auditorium Florida Const Growers Ajaecta- last week were repainted honest and fearless! law end ere- i

t.< w Although price are higher next Tuesday night at eight both outlined his experiencea as i Tuesday following Instructions men in every department over
.
-' U the .. nt lot to most reason- o'clock tomato grower and shipper in given the mayor and chief of police which the governor hat a controlling
IP to : Monday night by a l highly indignant influence and
price and with building South Florida for the U pledged his
past
George ft Fletcher years.He
( ..u a* they ace, there fat every Florid presidentof predicted the tomato indnstry' I city council record a* a public official and

portuntty to take the die In lot soeirtkrq was Agricultural the Tariff As- would be extinct wKhto threeyear ,, The minions of the .law wen cHtocn a* security for this policy.
principal
value and the profit hv building Jut Tuesday. For speaker If the grower were not given given orders to run the culprits Slot machine law and the two-
nearly an to earth and
that
fjlue. see they are
hour he told hie audience of the I immediate relief from unlaforeign U before I Job man practice 1r'fftIoroU
brought
his honor, the stria
7ly assailed
by who
difficulties competition While Petteway, asserted -
experienced by Luther preferring 1
to
or police court at the earliest
NEW NATIONAL FOREST CTFLOUOA L. Chandler of Goulds, Frank B. a tariff that would entirely possible moment he would take the lead In
Rue of Homestead and himself to eliminate Cuba be suggested a|i I driving the one-armed bandit out
gaining compromise whereby ao embargo of Florida and would abolish the
a measure of
recognitionIn ,
On Kay U the president of the their Washington fight for a protective could be placed on Cuban product I i i LOCAL BOYS WINMTRATEPRIZES\ I practice of appointing member ol '

United States signed a proclama tariff. Interview with during the months of February ,I the legislature to executive Job,

tion which establishes the Apalachicola President Roosevelt Vice-presi and March, bide County1*I: U b* la eJrcted.ICALDWELL: .

purchase unit aj a national i dent John Garner Secretary of heaviest shipping period. He said I ,i

forest It to a part of DIe State CordvO Hull. Senators, a sty icon men route be put back

Florida National Forests, which Fletcher and Tnmmrn and other to work it a protective tariff were I I HITS
consist of the Choctawhatchee to national figure were described' imposed. I Francis InI'M R Cloning i

the western part of the state; the in a breezy manner by Mr. Fletcher ,.: Support of the movement Iras I Marion Henderson, Robert KUch i STORESFROM

Apalachicola: north from the town who to plaintiff to n sort to test pledged by W. Keith lbihpa parktont *- and Labon Bishop, students in vocational -
of Apalachicola on the Cult and the agriculture in the Homestead
legality of the Cuban rertprocr -' ef Miami Chamber of Cam-
southwest from Tallahassee to treaty *chr
Liberty and Franklin counties; the United State Custom Court to ef Miami Rotary Club, and I have been declared winners In .

Orate few mile' east of the city New York next month. Walter. W. Brans. prasMrBt of crops contest sponsored by the division

of Ocato; and the Osceoia. northeast County Comanasianer Pa Coral Cable Chamber of Com- of agricultural education ot'I Orlando, May 21 Strikingstraight ;
of Lake Florida, :
City with xaahhewed according to
announceit
con.bitted an of whom agree} that 'I f
gave Fletcher and Chandler credit ment made Vila week George1! from the shoulder Stafford -
acquired... of by
slope tor effective work ht Washing. was issenflal far all the swam uN.. Wakefield and Caldwell, Miami candidate
acres at A. Baker
ton and strongly advocated continuance artier of Dad County: to stay together Smith-Hughe teacher. for governor, this week drew a

The present boundaries give the of the fight He MCgest- ao this vital ....... were offered by the Chilean Prizes Ni dynamic plank into his platform .!

Apalachicola a gross area ot ape I ad that definite action from South Irate Educational when lie declared: himself on the "
Bureau Inc
,
pntalmately three banded thous- Florida be aide of the
growers postponed independent merchants
AMA IIaft. That ..sun.. t".. __ un- CITYREOiUESTSFUND I The purpose of the contest, according by
hllIIDqWI1.Itie4 endorsement of
chaste ky the federal govtrranenlmojr .... -- to Mr. Wakefield and Mr t... wot-.... D__ ... I'.L
I Baker. was to ""'

acquired.continue when until It would that acreage to REDLAND F. F. F.Sir TRANSFER practical, economical demonstrate value of correct the- wells statement declaring his
have to fertilization. stand for the independent merchants -
cr-ise. unleta boundariee ... Donald .... Judging was
were I done ... tamed a great influx
on the bails of
tended yield per acre,
Purchase In Florida lor I
national forest ON cost per unit return per dollar Invested congratulatory message which
purpose were authorized PWAJTiOJECT have poured into hit office from
The Rxdland labor income
bjr the chapter at the F net profit,
1 t- co Ala 1121. Floridalegfato. F. A. held Its annual "Father and and accuracy of accounting records all over the state Letter anet1Irruw.

!' Son" banquet at the Log Tavern,1 (Continued From Page One) submitted. telephone ran and personal -

Young treea are protected from Monday night I land the bid wa rejected SU.M2 In the truck crop division I visitations from business

fire on this tomt aa on all t\ao State Superintendent W. &' was allotted to rebuilding of pole Francis Irwin won second prize of men ef Florida over the last three)
: Uonal foreata. When the lines 110 on his day have treated an unprecedented
1 ptnej Cawtbon, talked on the "Fine Fundamentals throughout the city The cucumber project with
i suitable for turpentintaf! attain I of l'arrnmHe. resolution ask that this turn be the third, fifth seventh and eighth '- of activity to the Caldwell -

I certain rite the rights to work Introduced by a t: Wood was, increased to $J1.56 and the prizes of $5 each going to J. a headquarters

I them are sold to the highest WI itinerant teacher trainer for the amount set wide for Wilier line Cloninger. Robert Klich, Marion Stafford Caldwell 1* the only a
duo
Sawtimber la handled In a state of Florida bit reduced to Wit, estimated cost Henderson and Labon Bishop, candidate for governor who ha

almitor manner. The plan to to The of repainting the aerialtank at respectively The first setaof declared himself In favor of the
welcome
ao manage the forest a* to keep a father address to the the power plantft IIS WIll won by Ma Jones of Florida Recovery Act; in fact I Ia

continuous field ready far the, was give by Warren to fat more Important that the Sanford on ni celery project. the only candidate who hat ...-
Wood and the
economic demand of the country' by O. S. Fletcher.response wa given pole line be completely rebuilt "EueUent results surh, a* ob cussed the chain store Issue at all,

I and made practically Storm proof tained ky these bays.- mid Mr. his supporters claim. 4

{ The more quietly and The guests on this occasion were 1 with the present appropriation, Baker and Mr. Wakefield.make The Orlando Morning Sentinel.
peaceably
"I I wt all frt on, the better-the bet- the father Mr. Wood. Mr. Caw than to spend the money for valve the best argument we know of In to commenting upon the bold .n.1

'\ t tor for ounelve*--.the better for thou some of the teacher from and hydrant work that can be done favor of adeqnato, SnteBlgeat fcrUttlr stroke made by Stafford Caldwell

: ease neighbor In nine cases out Redland High and the advtoer*(at intervals by city forces, Superintendent tWlau., Aid "Thia action should rally real

: ot tea the wrest and president of three neighboring Gordon W. Ivey told support to CalslweO. who
policy: to, if
'.;. < man cheat you quit dealing with I chapter Including the members the council If the transfer to Martha had gone to dentally, to held to be the tad"i
father and guest therewere granted Irey said he intends rkuncn and
toenlarge ea her
. a bun If be to abusive, quit his company 46 return home campaigner to the army of
; U he slander take present the scope of the pole art-. her mother asked her how she teen, and who b said to be the one
,J J to live M that nobody you win ore For entertainment we had a ting to SM pole SS feet long and hiked the ...... "I liked it very entry who does a better Job ot

:1! him; no matter who he U believe tap dance by Raymond Albrightand ten 40-foot pole.. thereby salvaging -et..1IhIMucb an the people said holding; support after he create
he or bow tome selection on a harmonic for future expansion some 190of H! was ....' the reptM. It"
f misuses
'I to you the wimt way by one of the father. the old poles that are till togood "AH the people.. was bad?

.. there generally li nothing; to let better him atone; tar i Fletcher. "j condition and can b* used What dais yew Been .dtnrT'"Oft. "We must haw pergola In the 1
than this On the
menu were: for replacement u needed. tt ant en bad that when garden this spring."
cool calm CIOeklaU.j
n with the quiet way of dealing vegetable soup: salad Favorable action on the request they were smiled beard! them 1* the oil suitable for It?"

wrongs we meet wh Et- en mashed H***"*. string teen by PWA state official, to whom say, lord have sere, upon air W'U took through a iced esta-
Bp. Pstrlck.t and tee cream and take -j Use. .. OratMA- addees .
miserablestagers'. =Ex, 1uPa.,; aruythaw.";in., i '

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JUNIOR CLASS WILL BANQUET SENIORS MR. AND MRS. J. R. RUTLAND GIVE II
The CalendarMay
III I IN MOTHER GOOSE LAND TONIGHT I MUSICAlE IN HONOR OF VISITORS ,

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I' The Juniors of Homestead High Little, Miss Mary Moon, Miss Jean banquet Mr and >lira.> J. R. Rutland save in serving an tee coune. 1

School will take the dignified en- PanmaO Miss Fern Robertson,I May 53-Arerne Club meeting an Informal musical Monday] Those invited Included: Mr. and ,

lots back to Mother Goose land Miss Melba Sever. MIA MarjOrie I with Mrs. Wayne Calkin. evening honor of Mr. J\ut.1and'lj Mr* L. B. Sommcra Mr. and lotI'&. '

tonight when the annual fcnlor- Sullivan, Mis Ruth Tower, Miss May 23-Future Farmer benefit uncle and aural, ').fr. .., r'l j W. R. Bird Mr. and Mrs. Been
J senior If held In Hazel Sullivan Miss Katherine L. Rutland of SumterviDe. fla.jwho .
banquet Legion dance In Country Club. I Webb. Mr. and Mr* Frank Webb,
hall Mother Goose character Vann, Miss Loll Walker, Miss LolaWhltehe.d. are visiting I them this we k: the Rev and Mrs. C. N. Walker
will look out from Urge panels Sam Allen, Whitney May 25 ,*,*- Open meeting of The house was attractively decorated l Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Mr. and '

which decorate the wall and Beam, Labon Bishop Harry Homestead B. P. W. C. at the horn with garden newer J Mrs. R. t Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.a :
Mr L. L. Bow at Ip.tn.
screens. The waiters freihmen I Brown W. H. Carter Robert of I The program consisted of a vt-, I. Gault Mr. and Mrs. Frkk, I

boys and girl*-will wear Mother Caves, Aubrey Cheshire, J. B.t) May Zft-LtdiM Night at Red- olin and piano number by Dr. H., Dr. and Mrs. Wolfe, the Rev and '

i Goose attire the place cards and Clonincer, D. H. Delllnger, The*l I land District Lions Club. 1 Wolf and Mrs. Joe. Elder, piano Mr*. E. L. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. J. I

i program will be bits from Mother I don Franklin, John Fredrick May 29-District meeting of W. 1& by Mia Irene Wichard vo- M. HoUtrty, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. s\

I Goose, and even the toast will be Clarence Froscber. Myron and Virgil M S. in Homestead MethodistChurch solos by ).In. Wm. Muweil Arthur Mr. and Mr*. Blake, Mr ,.
built around the Childhood rhymes. Grennell Otha Hackler Edwin from 10 till S o'clock. white piano solos by Mrs. J, H.' and Mn. Elder, Mr. and Mr*.

Fronds Fitzpatrick, presidentof Lawrence, Clayton: Lehman, Nelson May it Woman' Club of Webster, dialect reading by Mrs MuMelwhlte Dr. and Mrs. Frank

the Juniors, Is to be the toastmaster McCourtney. Richard Mattaon Homestead guest day program at I Julia Polk, a piano solo by Mr*.I Hausman. Mr. and Mr*. Lee H.

and he will make the welcoming Tommy Moffett Earl Rohrer and 3 o'clock. J. D. Redd, a trio by Dr. Wolfe Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Webster,

address. Miss Annie Mae Bill Vercoe. ,i May 26-Meeting of home- Geo. M. Frick and Mrs. Elder' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skill, Mr

{ Booth, senior will respond to the The other guests Invited arf.i ground beautification .clan in and piano solos by Mrs.. Elder. I and J. L. Burton, .Mriel and
i toast, "A B. C.;" Mrs. C. N. Walker I County Superintendent and Mr*,I Homestead school agriculture Mn. Frick Mrs. E. L. Lawrence -, Mr*. J..n.D. Redd. Mrs. F. J

county board member to "Jack Chas M. Fisher;; H. H. Filer ; room at ':30.I Mrs. D. P. Blake and Mr*.I Mr*. Pope and Min Irene Wlrhard. ;
4 and Jill"; Supervisor I. T. Pearson bet Of the county school May 28-Meeting of Royal romI Frank Webb assisted Mrs. Rutland .

I t. "Old King Cole"; School Mrs Filer; I T. Pearson memo-I I NansGroveatIp.m. T

Trustee Frank Skin to "The House or of teacher of Dude I: May 2 -H, H. S. class day ex- BUNCO PARTY AND DANCE ARE ENJOYED
\ That Jack Built" Principal L. B.
; Mr*. Pearson W H. Combs erditei.May. I 'II
Sommers to "Simple' Simon"; and board member, and Mrs. Combs; 2 -R. H. S. Juniorseniorbanquet BY JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB AND FRIENDS

\ D. K. Moomaw, to "A DUlar a the Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Walker; i I II

Dollar". Frank Skill A. J Campbell and I Jun. -R H. S. clan day exer Junior-Woman1 Club '
The
G. Huff, Mrs Pauline McCon-
The Mae Rose studio will tun.ish Win J. Geronimo, trustees; M..I I cises. I entertained I
f a floor show. Geo. M. Frick, Mr*. J. J:. June S-O, E. S. meeting In I. Homestead wa the Mrs. J. a. Horton Miss Elln r .
bunco party at Mia Inea Branch, Min
,
A dance to which each Junior and Mrs. A F. Arthur aaulIm'j: a O. F. hall. : Country Club Tuesday night Whltaker, Mia Emelie Fred-
and senior Is permitted to Invite a mothers; Mrs. Carl Juno S Episcopal Woman's
I I I member of the Misses Eloise and Mary
Lee H. Lehman, Mr Auxiliary meeting with Mn. J. A. '
guest will follow the banquet. i ; committee for May, Mrs. ", Miss Thelma Turner.
Music will be furnished by an orchestra Vann senior room mothers; and i j; Hook. I Oxford, Mr*. W. B. Cave, Jr.. .* Marguerite Wollam Miss
consisting of Geo. M. Principal and Mrs. L. B. Som ;, 'S ne T-It H. 8, baccalaureate Misses Alice and Grace : Huff Marion Plummer R.

Frick. Clarence Hunt and Willard men, Mrs Ruth L. Scott Mrs. sermon. Wrs. E.: A. trails won the :. Shertrd, Ansel Barrow Fit- ,.
Lawrence Beaker, Mrs Funk June T-H. It. S. baccalaureate
rifield I score price Miss Thelma Mr. Cave and thu
McOerrah,
Webb, Mrs Carl A. Field, Mrs. ,
I II scam on. .
The junior class, which la giving the second price end Mr* .
Howard Johnson, Miss Jessie Hen- Juno 9 H. H. S. commencement I
the low
the banquet, is composed of i M. Sonnichsen,
denhott. Miss Elinor Hayden D.I exercise Mn.'R.
:Miss Nora Akers, Misses Helen I price. I
COKE CUES
E: Moomaw, Bernard Blackburn : JuneRedland District Ministerial -
and Catherine Steffani Miss Lou I :, A chicken salad course was PARTYAt
Frank Lucas George N. Wakefield.C Association picnic at Mat-
I
Belle l GrenneR Miss Martha Close,I It Rice and Frank L Mcll- thwson' Hammock at 10:80: a. m. ed. the Orange Blosum Club

Miss Dorothy Sykes MIN Elisabeth wcin j I June 10-R. H. S. commencement Alter the party husbands party given by Mrs Fran

Skill. Miss Helen West HIM Freshmen who will serve as' exerdece. friends of. the club members Coker at her horn Tuesday
Hazel Pennington Mia Virginia rived and dancing was 1 &, UM first prim wens won
Mia Elisabeth Mcll-
welter art I
Friek Miss Geraldine Rolls, MS! ,
I Present Mr. and Mrs. Min Floss Oorday and J D.
wart:
h Miss
,
Miss Parr and
wain, Cynthia Mrs. L. B. Sommers, Mr. and
Bobbie Summerlln Min FlorefWtPancout !
r ley Dendy Mr. and Mr L. and second prise by Mist
Mis Marcia
,
Mia Joan Krthlrrt. Al- Virginia Doney Mrs. Theodore J. Skier Mr. end Mt.
and Mm. Smith and Elmer Martin
vin Bridge, James Goodlng, Fran- i Gauxens, Miss Sybil Cheshire Mr*. Gee N. Wakefield and children Dtmjry,
Mr. and Mr Others present wereMr and
CampbeU, *
Earl Duke Miss Bonnie Groover Miss Lucille, Mr. and Mrs D. E. Moo-
el. Fitzpatrick, Smith
I Mr E. A. Buchanan, Mr*. Arthur Brady Mrs. M. S
Bethel Miss
Miss Iretta ,
West, Rudolph Young, Robert i West maw Mr. and Mn F. B. Lucas,
Robinson, Mr*. Sonnkhneji, (Continued on Pig Fourteen)
i Howard Lamb
Gausen. Donald Sullivan Francis Louis Pncettl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr.
Irwin Winfred Owen Tom Noah Peterson, Wm. McMichael, sad Mr*. J.<*. Wynn Mr. and Mn. JII

Collins Billy Arthur and James I Clinton Bishop Roy Martin. Rex'' Willard FiHeld Mrs. Bevo Webb,
Gibbl. Faust. Billy Moffett, Harvey Rue Miss Mary Williams Miss Kather-.

The honor guests, the seniors i. Bank Byrom, Martin Bishop ands I yn Thelsen, Mis Eleanor Hayden AvptN
: Theodore Arrant. |I Miss Mia Jessie
are: Miss Ethel Bailey Miss Annie Evelyn Nyberg
Mat Boot!. Miss Dorothy Brannan The panel drawings were made!I Hendenhot Miss France Dorsey
Mitt JeweU Campbell Miss Dorothy by Min Florence Pancoast and!: Mrs J, Draper and children and **

Deden Miss Prlscilla Freed, : Rudolph Young, members of the, c. Berry were guests >
I
Miss Virginia Hodge Miss Leola Junior class. I

COMMITTEES ARE AfPOIMtD:

MISS IDA ELOISE BRADLEY TO WED I FOR REDLAND LADIES' AID I
,
II The Ladies' Aid Society of the!
FIELDING ARNOLD RUFF OF MIAMI Redland Community Church met EREXBUD

r I at the home of Mr*. August Heuer

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Bradley Thursday Afternoon of last week
until he came to Miami II year :
this week announced the engagement and made plan for a church work

of their daughter Ida I ago.They art making their homo at I meeting to be held In the near fu
ture. Mn. Heuer, acting president -
Eloise to Fielding Arnold Ruff. 738 N. W. (2nd Court, Miami.I j I It I
The marriage will take place In t appointed the following com-
- mittee chairmen Mrs. Thos. Brewer -
the late summer. !I UV. i. C. SIMS TO SPEAKAT I entertainment; Mr. H. J. 75
Miss Bradley though born In WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
t ,Armstrong Mrs. Wayne
program;
Damascus Or, has been a resident I A program of Interest will bepresented
Calkins needlework; Mrs Fritz
of Homestead since her infancy at the guest day meeting I
... She I* graduate of of the Woman' Club of Homestead :, Jackson, parsonage; and Mn Geo.
J:. Deuel I. flowers.Present .
Homestead High School and of the in the clubhouse Tuesday
I
I were: Mn. C. Ben
Homestead Business College and Is afternoon at S o'clock by the hos-
Plummer Mrs. M. J. Brownlow,
now connected with the Home- teases for the afternoon. Mrs. Annie I Mr Grant Mahan, Mrs. F. W. When stiff, sore muscles caused by I IonreXl"rtion
stead Insurance Agency. She is Butler Mrs R. H. Fitzpatrick >
Mr Anna Measersmlth slow do athletesdo.
StUlman
you up, as
an active member of the Junior and Mr*. I. T. Nixon. i
Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs.
Woman's Club of Homestead. The speaker of the afternoon' Massage them briskly with REX-HUB.
.
Ceo. W. Turner, ST. Mrs. Armstrong
Mr Ruff, a representative of a win be the Rev. J. C. Sims of Miami .I I
Mr*. Brewer, lire. Calkin, This stimulates circulation In the sore
.
A five minute music contestin
Miami tobacco firm 1* a graduate Mn. Jackson and Mr*. DeueL
of an Atlanta high school which everyone can take partIs area. Helps nature relieve the irritationand
He has made his home In Miami being planned, and a living anthology -
j AD tSTRA CHAPTER muscles back in tip-top shape.You'll .
for the past twelve year and la I* being arranged for by puts
Mrs. L. L. Bow. nrmrCI TWO
a member of the Harvey Seed
Post of the American Legion Mr Charles Turner and Mr
find REX-RUIS helpful
FACTLTY GROUP HAS Herbert Turner were Initiated by also

MIS. MYRTLE KERSEY IS PICNIC AT MMMI! BEACH Ad Astr chapter' of the O I:. S. far treating itchy toe, minor burnsand
The Homestead teacher and In Homestead at IIII meeting Friday
BRIDE OF FLOYD B. HART of their husband and wives went night la the I.OO.F. hall superficial skin i tltfons. Keep a bottle

Mn Myrtle; Mowry Kersey oni I T. I:. Evans, the oldest
Homestead and Floyd B. Hart of I Miami Beach for an outing Mrs. handy.
Thursday of last week after school mother and Mrs. B. O .Branch,
Miami were married in the parsonage -
had been dismissed. U* member with the largest famIly -
of the Coconut Grove Methodist -
Church Saturday evening, Swimming accompanied by I were presented with gin! by
I -dunking" wa Mr*. Gee. W. Turner Jr., worthy
May It, at T o'clock in the presence !
then matron. Mr. Branch
wiener roast, gave a
of a small group of friend nmptlre.1
sung around the dying ( Mother' Day reading and Mrs.
used
The ring ceremony was r: In the faculty group iii Wm. M. John played a piano soto.
The brloe wore a Blue and white The Dixie Dm
silk dress with whit bat. glove i

and other accessories.Mrs. i I
Hart I* a daughter of Mrs. Green Lantern: RestaurantADJOINING

L. S. Mowry and a member of one HOTEL REDLAND lour Rexall Store

of the oldest families In Home- Western T-Bso Bleak Dinner tM Oikkea Dinner IS .

stead. Regular Dinner See Vegetable Plate Ie
Ut Hart who if a painting contractor Ad Kind .l name-mad Mdwkhe
lived! in Marshal, Texas ,



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TEE LEADERENTERPRISEPublished 1 FROM OUR MAIL BOX I storm plans, fire were and lightning made to insuranceon obtain PKITEWAY NOT '

Friday at HomeUnt _.._..._.._'_R..R..........,..............._..,..._..__.'..'......... the power plant and lines ALLIED WITH ., ,
FU, by the South Dade; advised -
Publishing Co. Rev. A. A. Koestllne Sets Co-operation the One Thing when the council Sydow was that the
Engineer
I Lacking in HomesteadEditor I federal by government required this SIIOLTZ GROUP i

BEN ARCHER .... Editor I to be done on all projects of II .y
Leader-Enterprise: : near Homestead; for commercial

Entered M second class, nail The potential resources of I purposes, profitable similar City nature Attorney George E. Mc- Raleigh Petteway- of Tampa r,j,

_'Iet'1W.relt I. 1112 ai tbe pout HolIItItetIdIMIIUIII-yet neglected Homestead la a beautiful desirable Caskill Informed the board that who spoke on behalf of his condtdacy '

Blew at Ilesseslead Florida ander, and in the highest state, and profitable city In the slot machine test case would for governor before a large

the act If March I. 187>. latent which to live. but "One thing thou be heard by the supreme court on and represents gathering of ', "i:

I It has been scientifically stated lackert" CO-OPERATION May 29 A decision should be voter in Homestead last week'.I',
True genuine UNSELFISH cooperation forthcoming about 10 days later, made It clear that he I* not allied ,
IVB. PRICE, 2.00 A TEAK that the highest value of the sun'srays "r
comes only from strong he said He was allowed $50 to in any manner with the present;.
In this fair state of ours is
.- character and strong character cover expense of his trip to Tallahassee administration. '
to be found in
Homestead. comes ONLY from the CHURCH; as the city representative Judge Petteway firmly denied '
4 HAVE NOT LIVED IN VAINI One of the purest water supplies church ONLY ?
and from the
; in the case. connection between him
If not the to be found any and
purest
through the Living Christ Only 4
have not lived in vain. his campaign and the present
\ M\ shining dreams have crumbled anywhere Is the municipal water Christ IN a man can give that governor and his administration."Some .
: supply of Homestead.Our needed fortitude probity CO lISE LAW
I vision wauiPERMITS I of the candidates In this.
educational of
system a for
Dissolved Ilk wind-blown rain and amicability so necessary I race have tried to suggest that
high order both tat the churchesand
) Mv heart has known small laugh- : In the public schools. TRUE community co-operation SUNDAY there Is tome connection between
ter. I With the proper spirit of cooperation me and the present administration i
Our agricultural background
}, Mv soul has known much pain I Homestead would be ,
; cannot be equalled anywhere in X have been very positive in my ti
And yet, at evening I think the state On the Johnston tropical seeking to enlarge Its border lines SALE OF BEER declarations on these suggestion

My life hat not been in vain- grove can be shown the possibility rather than stand by while Its wherever have spoken," he said,

I have been a sturdy'chink of growing hundreds of different I acreage decreases etc "I didn't support Sholtz In either ,,"

A strong and faithful link kinds of tropical fruits our The churches the past years I (Continued From Page One) primary when he ran for governor '
;
.I In the pattern of lit,'. chain avocados excel all others grown have set a wonderful example of 'law, if It Is finally adopted! at the and he Is not supporting ma"

-Mary Terrell Dickinson In anywhere; it has been demonstrated I co-operation through the splendid next council meeting, will have 1I0W." '

Quickening Seed. that all kinds of truck spirit manifested In the Ministerial their license revoked and be subject The RiDsborough County candle ,'.

crops can be grown here, flowers I Association It Is now time for to a fine of $250 and 60 days date said he is in favor of eliminating \

BUILD NOW 'grow and bloom In profusion the 'the community at large to set !imprisonment the gasoline tax on farm machinery "

,year round. aside personal differences and selfish I This is the third attempt by the and fishing boats. Farm.. ",
"Build now and take the profit" Splendid highways are to be I Interest and fall In step with city council to adopt liquor regulations er* and fishermen do not use the ;i:
says the Florida Association of found the churches, and TOGETHER go with their tractors end
leading in every direction that can be strictly enforced highways
Ural Estate Boards through Iti ,forward for the common good of .-
concrete and entitled to
Including a new highway In compromising with boats are special
state secretary, Violet Dun-, all and all for one Greater Homestead ,
daWbvl from Homestead to Miami. the barbecue stands and purveyor consideration for that reason hill j
ham. "Proof that I I
Two railroads enter the city to of milder beverages, the council ,
costs leu than it did during nor-,serve Its shipping needs WHAT SAY YET believes It is representing the best said.He advocated more definite;I
mat !
l years Is seen in comparing Fishing for pleasure is ideal A. A. KOESTLINE. interests of all concerned by staving rules for the pardon board as one \,
coats with those today, but we cannot .
(I off a threatened Invocation of means of curbing crime, and urged
how
these
lay long coats win
the rigid and antiquated Sunday I his audience to find out lust 1
hold average ai on reduction the whole in the materTat grand Both Parties to Be Asked to Include "Blue Laws, President Tom how his various opponents stood .,

tt about Harris commented yesterday. I on the matter of law enforcement -.:{
price eight cent
per CubarMexico Tariff in '
: Platforms The much "cussed and discussed and the power of the governor
Building I Is the In -
key log the '"- I
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<1ell"ee parking lines in in relation to arbitrary removal
business jam and a general revival (Continued nm Page One) front of Max's Department Store.Franklin' I of officers and to the use of '
In building would stimulate all resolution wilt be drafted In Miami til after the test case had been
Grocery and the Dixie : his veto on the pardon board He
tried decked.
business us well ai give the builder next Monday6nd offered for and
Drug, mysteriously erased over- said he would insist upon fair, .
the advantage of the rising valves adoption by the growers at arv- It W. Bird president( of the night last week, were repainted honest and fearless law enforce-

Inherent in real estate right, other meeting In the school audI- Florida Coast Growers Association Tuesday following instructions men In every department over ,
now Although prices are higher torium next Tuesday night at eight outlined his experiences as
given the mayor and chief of police which the governor has controlling ,
still the vacant lot li most reasonable o'clock. a tomato grower and shipper in
Monday night by a highly indignant Influence and pledged his I
in price and with building George S. Fletcher, president South Florida for the past 35 years city council record a* a public official and .

coats at they are there is every of Florida Agricultural Tariff Association He predicted the tomato industry The minions of the law were' citizen as security for this policy.
opportunity to take the rise In lot would be extinct within three
was the prlnclpaltpea.- given orders to run the culprits I Slot machine laws and the two-.
value and the profit in building years if the grower were not given I II
last '
value," er Tuesday. For nearly an i to earth and see that they are Job man practice were vigorous .
immediate
hour he told hie audience of the relief from unfair brought before his
i honor the '
4 mayor I ly assailed by Petteway who asserted
difficulties experienced by LutherL. foreign competition. While preferring -I I in police court at the earliest he would take the lead la .'r

NEW, NATIONAL FOREST If Chandler of Goulds, Frank B. a tarlJthat would entirely possible moment. driving the one-armed bandits out h
FLORIDAOn Rue of Homestead and himself in I eliminate Cuba he suggested a I I of Florida and would* abolish the '

May 13 the gaining a measure of recognition [compromise could be placed whereby on Cuban an embargo I LOCAL BOYS WIN practice of appointing members ot 1
president of the In their Washington fight for a protective products I the legislature to executive Jobs, .
the *
United States signed a proclamation tariff Interviews with during months of Febru-
If he Is elected.
which establishes the Apalachicola President Roosevelt Vice-presi I ary and March, Dude County's J''

purchase unit as national dent John Garner Secretary of, heaviest shipping period. He said NITRATEPRIZES I 1

forest It is a part of the State Cordell Hull Senators a minion men could be put backto HITS I

Florida National Forests, which Fletcher and Trammel and other work If a protective tariff were \CALDWELL
Francis Irwin J. B. \
Clonlnger
consist of the Choctawhatchee in national figureswere described bnposed.
the western part of the state of the Marlon Henderson, Robert Klich
; theApalachlcola In a breety manner by Mr Fletcher Support movement was and Labon
north from the town who is plaintiff In a milt! to test pledged by W. Keith Phiibpb, president Bishop students in vocational -
of Apalachicola on the Gulf and the legality of toe Cuban reciprocity ef Miami Chamber of Commerce agriculture In the Homestead .
and Redland
southwest from Tallahassee, in treaty scheduled for'hearing fai Earl: Nelson presidant- have been declared high schools FROM PLATFORMOrlando
Liberty and Franklin counties United elect ef Miami winners in Icrops
; the States Customs Court in Rotary Club; and
Ot-a, a few miles east of the city New York next month. Walter W. Brims, president of contest sponsored by the division -
of
<* Ocala; and the Oaceola, northeast County Commissioner Paxson Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce Florida agricultural education of May H Striking

of Lake City with a eom- gave Fletcher and Chandler credit -, all ef whom agreed that It made according this week to announcement -(straight from the shoulder Staf- '

: bined acquired area of 81e,000 for effective work to Washington wa essential for all the communities by George' ford Caldwell Miami candidate
/ N. Wakefield and M. A. Baker
acres. and strongly advocated continuance of Dade County stay together Smith-Hughes teachers. Prizes, for governor, thia week drove a
The' present boundaries en this vital ouestioa dynamic plank into his platform
give the of the fight He suggested Were offered by the Chilean Nitrate -
Apalachicola a grow am ot ap that definite action from South --- Educational Bureau, Inc. when he declared himself on the

proximatelythree hundred thous- Florida growers be postponed un- The purpose of the side of the independent merchants ::
contest according -
and acres. That mean {hat purchase CITY REQUESTS to Mr. Wakefield and Mr. by his unqualified endorsement of
the the Florida Recovery Act Cald-
by federal governmentmay ------.. Baker was to demonstrate the
continue until that weirs statement declaring ,his
acreage is REDLAND F. F. FUND practical economical value of correct '
F. TRANSFERON
acquired when It would have to fertilization. Judging was stand for the independent merchants ,'

cease, unless boundaries were extended By Donald LaIr done on the basis of yield has caused a great Influx

Purchases In Florida tat ---.---- PWA cost per unit, return per dollar per sere Invested of congratulatory messages which \
national forest PROJECT have poured into his office from
purposes were
-
authorized
The Redland labor Income net
of .
; chapter the F.F. profit, and
all Letters
the state
by the Florid legiststurs over
and
A held Its annual Father andSon" accuracy accounting, records
in l 21. telegrams, telephone cans and personal -
\ banquet at the Log Tavern (Continued From Page One) submitted '"

i I Young trees are protected from Monday night and the bid wa rejected. ,14,582 In the truck crops division visitations from businessmen

: I fire on this forest as on all na State Superintendent W. a was allotted to rebuilding of pole Francis Irwin won second prize of of Florida over the last three-
I boreal forests. When the lines throughout the flO on his cucumber days have created an unprecedented
) pines Cawthon, talked OB the "Fine Fundamentals city. The project with beehive of hi the Caldwell
I suitable for turpentining attain a of Farming". He was ,resolution ask that this sum be the third fifth, seventh and eighth activity
certain size the rights to work Introduced by H E. Wood Increased to 121,362 and the prizes of $S each going to J. B. headquarters.
,
I them are sold to the highest bid Itinerant teacher trainer for the amount set aside for water lines Clonlnger, Robert Kllch, Marlon Stafford Caldwell Is the only
dr Sawtimber la handled in a state of Florida. be reduced to 178 estimated cost Henderson and Labon Bishop candidate for governor who has

similar manner. The plan la to of repainting the aerial tank: at respectively The first prise of declared himself in favor of the
so The welcome address to the the $19 was Florida Recovery Act; in fact, Is '
manage the forest as to keep a power plant won by John Jones of
continuous yield ready for the fathers was given by Warren It Is far snore Important that the Sanford ea hi* celery projectExcellent the only candidate who has discussed

economi demands of the country Wood, and the response was given pole line .. completely rebuilt mutts, such ae ebtalned the chain store issue at all

by G. S. Fletcher and mad practically storm proof by these boys said }fl'. his supporters claim.

The The guests on this occasion were with the present appropriation, Baker and )<<,. Wakefleld "make The Orlando Morning Sentinel.

I all more quietly and peaceably the fathers, Mr. Wood Mr Caw- than to spend the money for valve the Us argument we, know ef in fa commenting upon the bold .
} her we for get on, the better-the bet- thon some of the teachers from and hydrant work that can be done favor of adequate, Intelligent fer- stroke made by Stafford Caldwell

ouneh't'e----UIe better for Redland High and the advisers: at intervals by city forces, Superintendent tittution.. said: "This action should rally real ,'
II our neighbors. In nine cases out and presidents of three neighbor Gordon W. Ivey told support to Caldwell who inci

:t of ten the wisest policy Is, if a ing chapters. Including the mem- the council If the transfer Is Little Martha had gone to dentally Is held to be the best

,1 man cheats you quit dealing with! bers fathers and guests themwere I granted, Ivey said, he intends to church and on her return home campaigner In the army of foUrteen ,

'rig him, if he is abusive quit his company I 48 present. ,enlarge the scope of the pole setting her mother asked her bow she and who la said to be the one J

: if he slanders you, take can I For entertainment we had a to 890 poles SI feet long and liked the singing. 1 liked tt wry entry who does a better Job of 1

to live so that nobody will believe tap dance by Raymond Albrightand ten 40-foot poles, thereby salvaging much, although all the people said holding support after he creates ,
him; no matter who he Is, or how some selections on a harmonies for future expansion some 100 it. was bad" she replied It."

'h he misuses you, the wisest way by one of the fathers, Mr. of the old poles that are still In AB the people said It was bad

.j la generally to lei him alone; totr Fletcher good condition and can be used What do yon --. denier "We must have a pergola in the

,r\ there Is nothing better than this On the menu were: cocktail, for replacements a* needed. tb, 1& wee III bad at when garden this spring" ,

cool calm, quiet way of dealing vegetable soup salad, tried thicken Favorable action on the request aver were praying heard them "Is the soil suitable for itn

\ with the wrongs we meet with.I .- mashed potatoes,' string beans, by PWA state officials, to whom say, "Lord have mercy upon MS "We'll took through a seed catsc -

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;. CAR SALES SHOW I culture."This revived optimism Is I!.UE"HOUSING FORUM are more considered convenient.A more. sanitary and I etc.fire. whim hatard.ariy tightly; net i So and enclosed H a chat closet mops forma U,

. rounded on the tale ol more I coat closet should be at least used for storing theM.thlnp., there II I
: HEAVY GAINS IN good, expanded markets, and a CLOSETS 24 tIIe"d.ep with a clothes rod should be grilles In the door to
[ willingness to buy. What closets should t* included for coats a aMf for hats, and a allow veatilMtton.
I "In view of the mental attitudeof in a house* What are the most shelf for rubbers and gakwha ,
, SOUTHERN CITIES buyer and seller, I look for con efficient Napes for closets tor Clothes closets should be be- '
tinued improvement In business various purposes? twee U and 30 tncbca deep; the LET'S ELECT
.4.. throughout the southeastern area Every house should have an door, or doors, should be so wide
Detroit May 21-In small towns and reports indlvate that this same ample coat closet near the entrance that the entire closet la exposed I
Ill well as in large cities of the attitude may be found in all partsof door; at least one closet In when opened. It the opening will ED. R. BENTLEY
astern part of the United the country." each bedroom; a linen closet; and be more than 32 inches it would
takes, business very definitely ii a closet or some other storage be better to hang a pair of doom. \
the upgrade, according to D. space for the necessary cleaning as one door wider than that
Ralston, Oldsmobile vlce-presi-: LOCAL VOTERS utensils, such as a vacuum cleaner quires too much floor space re-I p
nt and general sales manager carpet sweeper, brooms, etc. swing. A clothes closet \
to Just returned from a trip Where two people occupy one bedroom have a rod, a shelf, and either a I 1
ugh that area. GREET BENTLEYAT there should bo two closets. shoe shelf at the base or a shoe I t
.I If; In order to get a complete cross If the house has a nursery, a toy rack on the back of the door. One I 'Rsld
?section survey, Mr. Ralston drove closet helps keep the room, "picked closet door In each bedroom should I
','through that territory, stopping at BIG BANQUET up." A large closet in the attic hold a mirror. It Is better to place ;
'lyillafes and small towns to found for the storage of outaf-seaaon, this on the inside of the door I
: out the business men a> to the upturn clothes is a great convenience It I rather than the outside. If there h,2, Y
; Intrude. Lakeland Lawyer Tells of space Is available. Kitchen closets I Is more closet space than Is ae-I I W
"In even the smallest communIties Policies if Elected I have been replaced by exposed tually needed for hanging purposes
kitchen cabinets aa the chest of drawersor I i.Attorney{
built-in
I found a decided note of op- II a
timism," he laid "Dealers are not t Attorney General space can be used more economically shelves la a great convenience!I'
only selling more OMamobllea now In this way and the cabinets and will sometimes take the place'
than they ever have, but there Ii Edward R. Bentley Lakeland t of a piece of movable furniture 'I
attorney, received his introduction Linen closets should have at'
every indication that the selling partment Commander of the American ,
season will last throughout the to the voters of Homestead at Legion, president of Lakeland feast five shelves the full width of r
summer a banquet given in his honor at Chamber of Commerce, director: in the closet and about 24 inches
"In the larger cities the sam the Seminole Hotel bat Saturday.At the State Chamber of Commerce, deep to take folded sheets. Onlyin
optimism was magnified, and sales his later appearance on the president of Florida Aviation Association very large houses should the
p results seem to justify the prediction speaker's platform la 1..1101pIIrt and of the Lay Continuing linen closet be a "walk-In" closet,
made by dealers that business the policies that he will follow If Euducational: CounciL He is for the walking space is wasted,
In the southeast will continue to he is successful In his race for the now editor of the Florida Law and an ample linen supply for the GeneralAND
improve for some months to come. office of attorney general of Flor- Journal and secretary-treasurer of average home can be kept in a
"Perhaps the upturn Is more noticeable ida were concisely outlined in a the Florida Bar Association He I. shallow closet from 2 feet 8 inches HAVE A REALDEPARTMENT
in- the Carolina than la forcible address which drew applause a member of a protestant church to S feet wide.
any other part of the region. The from a large audience. the Masons, Shrine. Rotary Club If some open space In a utility OF .
demand for automobiles In these He promises, If elected, to reorganize and American Legion. Much of his room or laundry or other work JUSTICE
states has jumped almost overnight the office of attorney time has been given to work for area can be used for the storage
from ordinary to exceptionaL general Into a real department of' the Boy Scouts and schools, two of I bf the cleaning utensils without i (PaW for kf JUOM R CMCMI I
justice, served by a crime detection his chief hobbies. enclosing them behind door It to
"The development in extreme and statistical department to
western Florida likewise ta note which at least two O-men will be Cottviftce .
faro 1founelj
worthy. Pensacola and Tallohaa- assigned. lie Is a firm believer In : "Wiufsto
see are making substantial progress rigid law enforcement and Intendsto
And this development Is not t oppose strenuously the "parole
based on tourist trade but on the and pardon racket," he said, and
substantial background of agri-, to let criminals know that their OLDSMOBI LE
punishment will be swift, certain ;
PROXY FOR PATT WILL and sure.
ADDRESS VOTERS HEREE Bentley will surround himself
F P. Brigham, prominent MI- with competent lawyers without
ami attorney, win speak in behalf 1 entangling alliances and will de- More Comfortable !
of the candidacy of B. F Paty,, fend the state from unscrupulous is
West Palm Beach entrant in the. foreign corporations, particularly
gubernatorial race, In AmericanLe" I spurious Insurance companies and
park, Homestead, at a p. predatory bondholders committees f'r
m., tomorrow. ;which are now harraaslitg counties rPsBir '
Candidates for county offices I and municipalities, he declared.
who have no other speaking engagements ; He was born in Texas and has
that evening will be Invited lived in Florida about ten years,
to take part in the rally,, serving president of the Lakeland .
Mayor Charles; T. Harper who wilJ I Bar Association, District Governor
preside, announced yesterdaY. of Rotary in Florida, Dos



J. Harvey Robillardfor





State Senator

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Subject to the Will of theA

Democratic Voters of

Dade County

i JUNE 2, 1936

,
. 1 Qualified by Training
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t and Experience 1010000- aR1V !
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(PaW FolltlMl A_>>

fe s way,the result Is the same. When you
tnaa01' fV t EITHER OJ llllObiI.'. famous gliding ride, you
00a W e ..r reallxo that only Knee-Action can give) you such
00gtdl1 a restful comfort-Kne-Action Wheels combined
too
FOR JUSTICE OF at out ta 0.t t drat+ with the Ride Stabilizer Then when yon check
tti avetoo,,& other can against Oldsmobile.you see at dance
a,at.nt why Oldsmobile is in a comfort dace of its own.
THE PEACEI It's the same with safety features, too. Oldsmobile
gives you the protection of Solid-Steel"Turret-
Top"Bodies by Fisher,with Safety Claw standard
am a candidate for re-election to the OW? -dependability of powerful self. nergteinf ;
A Super*Hydraulic Brakes. Before you decide on
office of Justice of the Peace,fourth district 0 Coorl any car,"Drive and Compare Yaw choice Is I I0

coma d t" see\ be the low-priced,economical OWamobilet r
Dade County subject to the Jane Democratic
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sd'P t IK 5i2slji! ..isnt 1IOttI. {
Primary. tog

eaufss /. 1665s..ao.e.rlss.: =w I,_o.N$810atbee' :

Your vote and support will be appreciated ..., gasses atiaRAa
SWIM INStALMINT PUll

by your Justice of the Peace



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Paw Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. May 22,


IIICKSON\ CHOSEN I Seven Local Girl Win ASSERTS Homestead Boy Taken stead Country Club tomorrow,
QUIGG May 23, beginning at 10 p. mv
Tallahassee Course Into U. S. Marine Corps
I and lasting until the majority of

LIONS CHIEF ATANNUALJOTING I metnbt-r;; POLICE RECORD the crowd Is ready to go home A 1.j
Five Homestead Savannah, Ga., May 21-Ira Davis good orchestra has been engaged,
Club and two members of the son of Mr. and Mrs J. V .j
1..8 the boys say.
club will leave for Tallahassee MS BEST ASSET Davis of Homestead was among I The dance ii one of a series ot
next week to attend the those accepted for enlistment In benefit events by which they hop*
short course which begins there the United States Marine Corps I to raise funds to finance their trip
May 30 The trips are given si at the; district recruiting headquarters -
Redland Club Elects Officers awards for doing the best work H. Leslie Qulgg ii said to be re- last week and he wag I to Kansas this summer as this
guests of Shawnee Minion Chap
and Welcomes 3 la the county groups In some department oognlsed throughout Dude Countyas transferred the marine base at ter, Merriam Kan., which visited .1
a strong contender for the of- Parrts bland a C., for preliminary .1D.
Homestead last winter.
New Members The Homestead club had more fice of sheriff, which he Is seeking training.
winners than any other dub In the for the second time after a Needs Witnesses .

., county They are Fern Robert- narrow defeat in the first pri- FUTURE FARMERS BENEFITBY i Judge: "Amos, do you want a tb''
Joseph n Hickion of Naranlw four
winner in home improvementand mary years ago
son COUNTRY/ CLUJ\ DANCE I "
lawyer to defend ?
chosen president of Redhmd wrist of demonstrations A* former chief of police of MI- you
e ;
Homestead Future" Farmers uit I Amos: "No sell, judge but Ah n
District Lions Club at the annual Mr.
Eloise Ooesman winner in exhibits ami Qulgg says, he built up
asking their friends not to forget could use a couple of good wit- 1)ru
election' of officers and tttrtcton
the
Lou Belle Grenitell in bread police department Into a force
Other officers alidad ; the dance they ,m i going< .it Homo- nessen."-Ex.
Tuesday. making: Annabell Redd in dairy declared by expert from other I
were E. L. Lawrence tint vtcepiixident work; and Nora Akers In lawn cities to be second to none In tin
; Harley R Cora, second improvement work. United Statei Most of the men ,
lie-president; George Cooper, The Hedland girls who will go on the force today were trainer) I
lliliii vice-president, Charles Cox on the trip are Doris Mliell who by him Qulgg states, and they J. D. REDD J:
h>usurer Unanimously reelectI ranked first In canning and Merle form the backbone of the department :
I 11 office were: Charles L. Ooley, Mizell who had a superior exhibit. He mentions these facts in Candidatefor
secretary; E: H. Gnllahcr tail -- his campaign as evidence of his ;
twister turner ; and Lawrence Pope ]lion Supporters of Heeler former officer success as a law enforcement 1

Charles Pratt, retiring president, Claim Straw Vote Lead Recalling that he was ousted 1:
automatically become a member Information- ;released' by the from office and "persecuted for political CountyCommissioner hit
0e
of the board of director, which campaign! Headquarters ot W. R. reasons," Quill ii asking "
nun .includes W. t. Flak and Thomas Becker indicates that he ts leading for an "opportunity to erase the
t: Kirby elected for a two- the field In his race for countytax stain which was placed on my (taJ
ytui term last year, and Walter collector by a wide margin. good name." He Is stressing from District 5
Talbott and Buckner Beailey the platform the need for a strong
This his '
opinion supporter say, "
newly elected for two and experienced man In the ..herUf' -
yean U baaed upon a recent countywide Your vote and support 1.:
.
election office to "control the radial!
The board was composed -
poll of 1,000 qualified voters, A
of W. I, risk, chairman of whom 619, or 62 per cent, are situation In Miami. solicited on basis of my --
Claude S. Allen, Walter Talbott claimed to have favored. the Becker I I record cuPh
past
and E. H. Gallaher all past presidents candidacy. Needn't Worry F f Roy

commltttee of the were club.: Dr.On B.the E.ballot Gat- business Supporters and of civic Ibis leader well-known claim I I II interviewing The manager an of applicant a cinema for was the (Paid FAlltlcil 1./t........,) i iREELECT iI I

line George Reule Claude Campbell that his record while previously position of attendant. After asking .
John P. Neafney and E. L. administering the tax collector's I I the man several questions as ., f

Lawrence. ortlcejsjnd his 20 years of successful to his suitability for the job, he }!
New members welcomed were: busmen experience Dade I finally demanded: "What would '
J. A. Norwood, John L. Scarborough County JjaVa won for hlnffs reputation ;you do In case of fire?" ,n'' .r
and Sidney L. Kendrick. The fOfablllty and Integrity! that I "Oh," said the man, "don't worry I \
club roster now total 70 members will Carry him Into office by a about me. I'd soon get out."-- Walter H. Beckham. t
Key members Include Lion Calla- large majority Tlt-BIti .1 Ila
tier. who hold a mailer key;Lions "boo"S h
Fnk Talbott, Ooley, Lawrence,
Be,.slcy, Kirby A. C. Easton Arthur -
KascheU Theodore Well- H. FilerDeclares JUDGE OF ,l
brook George H. Fitzpatrick, H. Henry
G Thurman J. J McLendon and '3
Thomas Torbert I r
JUVENILE COURT
Lions Lawrence Torbert and r ,

Gordon rommttttee L. Walter to arrange were named for the asa "/ am for old age pensions thi

!rebuilding.loos' Lawrence of the and clubhouse J. J Forbes roof. The poorhouse must be abol. "The Children's

were appointed chefs In chargeof "
.i dinner to be served on a day ished. Friend"
to be later designated for the
clearing! and beautification of A3101R :

ground Choose an understandingman

George L. Swan spoke on behalfof STATE SENATOR ef proven ability In
the current drive fur funds to .
benefit the Child...,,,'* Home Society dealing with children to preside ,

and Harley Cone made a He will work for the Se- ever a children's court! ,
brief talk.
curity of the Unemployed raw
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I W. I. Flsk program chairman: t e.uu,nl MnrllMBrat)
I announced that H. I. 1It1."h.'r.rer.' Unemployable, and i
hend of the industrial ixutment
of the Florida Pawi & light Cnm- Dependent aged peopleof

I pany, will address the dub next our county.He .
I, Tuesday ladlei night i on tin work W. ROSS BURTON f
of Dr Martha Joni- itionally has fulfilled every Bty

f' diet known Aim expert on the on program nutrition" will and bet trust during 25 years of ,8

vocal. solos by Mrs. Lula Muuel- ; public service in Dade 1 Candidate forJudge i H,
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white accompanied bj Miss Virgins i
frick, a humorous reading County.
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by Miss Lucille
,
t West and a Candidacy Subject tot
sketch by Lion Wood and iii,1l'
;: his dog. Democratic Primary f i i '

(Paid to b3p Okada) of the : Itl
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j; COLIN lor ENGLISH cARL, HOLMER, JR.For I Record

'z, State Superintendent Re-election as I

t.: of Public Instruction Supervisor of RegistrationDade i iI -

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h has never had an
1, The Lawyers of Dade
I election scandal or bal :

sb II I lot box stuffing since he County Will Tell You: .
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i 1 ;I Ij was first elected in 1918. He's Square'

. 1 1j Ik He's Fair..

and He's Qualified

j We Need E'IOU"B U I He will) continue his: ag-
1 O.r Schools"'A I HELP ELECT HIM !
,t Native et Florida II gressive efforts to give :

Iralasd. CiDerleaosd.Capable.. I, this county a cleanballot : "The records at the court base will show my opponents
have together been on the .abPk> payroll approximately tl
(Paid' for by local frleridi) if he is elected. i iIPaW years" says Mr. Buttes "..* dariag that time have drawn
I 'I frost public fends ages Mum '177....."
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day, May 22. 19:11.: THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Seven


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vernier-Burton i MAY DIAMOND BALL Goulds Out-Played!I Dan Chappcll Starting : terda catnpaUn,. In, this- mttntjr MM yes-


losely Matched I SCHEDULE By Brooker Hurlerj Dade County Campaign k'


...............-.......-............---- Dan Chappell will begin the last I

Mid-week Contest May 15-Burton vs. Rotary; In A-League Game |( week of his gubernatorial campaign I ELECTGEORGE

In Dade County on Monday
I Goulds vs. Horne. I
i as he expects to. arrive In Miami
17 Taremler Burton Mate-
May Rotary Swamps
and Poor : vs. ; '
jrs Sunday from the west coast. Of the
Team-I Home vs. Florida City. cumbe 11 to 1 in E.
ork Cause May 19-Burton vs. Bustle Inn; I various meetings to be held In
Opener I points throughout the county during -
Loss to Goulds Goulds vs. Brooker. I I'
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June Tavernler vs. Rustic the early part of .next week
!
Inn; Brooker vs. Florida City. Brooker Lumber Co.. behind the Indication point to his Tuesda) HOLTYOUR
Svern Store of Tavernier and three hit pitching of Thomas defeated meeting In Flamingo park Miami

Burton's Department Store put upthgfeest Goulds In the A league dia- Beach, as the largest

diamond ball game of theJHeague Brooker Wins in mond ball game Friday night. After tour of other strategic I

this reason Wednesday: '-2. Thomas fanned eight men points In the state Mr. Chappell

night on the municipal field with One-Sided Game and gave off only two buses on will wind up his speaking tour in

,. Store winning, 43. Tav,. balls. Miami I his homo city the night <)SI I

i IE[ abort a seventh Inning With Horne Team Day, Goulds pitcher, allowed June 1 In Boyfront park. 1,

rally which scored two only seven hits, but six bases on During his stay 'in Miami noel

In new grey balls together with four untimely Monday h' wants to see all of hi ,

trimmed In Rustic Inn Garners First Goulds errors was too great a friends at headquarters 134 N E: 'I

.1Resplelldent' player were Victory at Expenseof handicap to overcome. First street, beginning at 9 n i in.

."en to three In the B league opener. Burton's NumB McElya, manager of hirvli. -
ClubIn
erron by Rotary Department Store won from Rustic t

i to defeat Inn of Materumbe, 11-1 when ... .tI-1- has- MW-to. I.play. I.
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Coot" to Car/ 1' .I'I '
,; Koulds won from Clonlnger an exhibition of force and Ferran Pinder blew up after his Plndo. 7 .t.,. 1. out by I "". Y i

\ king Co.. '7-4 In the A league would-be comedy which was fun- mates had booted several appar- Pin"Imp"0.... .. ..
t':' .me. Gouldi could get but three ny only to a few, Brooker LumberCo. ently good chances. Little Bur- I Row 'lot a.Ih. _

hits off the combined offerings of defeated the W. D. Home Co. ton's pitcher, however limited the 1

Johnson and Cloninger while diamond ball team Monday night, Conchs to four hits, one a homer

nlnaer only reached Day 13-2 on the municipal field. The' by Felton. J. W. ASBURY

tGoulds: pitcher for four hits. Five game, one-tided from the HrMkw .krkC| U> .tart'l Anastasia It J. _..I.. .. 1 I 1aw. I
as
was uninteresting
[biases on balls five errors, and lackfeam 'rw as ... I +1pw oarNit .11 o n
work defeated Cloninger. and unappreciated by show a ... : S t I'' Its : i I
half of whom had left by the mId- E: Sullivan tb. 1 Dau.b.rty r S o. ,
; ... r k B.rtu .k b Brother Ik 4 I constitute If a
ton t dle of the and all of whom n!
its :et.18b 1 HMIMntu III 4 0 I game T ..,w I 4 Roberts rf I
had the time the W yap rt .. 0 I Illone.lesNane.les .-( 3 0 RepresentativeGroup
a Buiult- I I SIR H.. its 4 0 0Mrbary gone by game
,, ,
tlo. 1111.0...... Ik t 0 0Clements was over. Harris Sb 41 lU| llUmpfeU > t
; of I ( If I 0 "I
III. : 0'L/UN I' p : ftPfnfer I: O ,... If 1 0 e.'! p
f .. I IIW.-t rft 1 Barrow led the Brooker sluggers Bun 'Y p l o One
: km it I ..SIMrHkhMl It. t 0 1 with a triple a double and 1 sartw411111"e Ib 1 n i 4
V itToUta I
RoWrt r 0 I I M I I I | *
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B.1= :1 two single out of five times at
110..1. Ib 4 a I 0 1 0W .. *
Totab 17 a '
Albury'' If. e I Meiselo a 'I I bat Wynn hit a double and ai I I
';,j Blonde of .. 1 I I Brooke ... .... III! 54
.. .......... a I 4 0kl triple for Brooker. In the first,, Gould. .. ". nil OM 04
M (10._. t o Inning Gene Campbell connected| Thonu, Tlt.patrlek,
: '' He will
__ .. (Irabu:"o."i: ; two bas hithrt show, protectthe
!1 4 al Total. .... a with one of Claude Campbell'sdeliveries .. bu Mitt R.rr.w; home. nini.RulHrang L
bVisited tor Melliellonsell, in "youth.ant. : 'I and hit It far over R. ....... Iwaw, Day: be" M balls I of
E. Shcrard's head in left field for!! .R Tbomu a. .(I D.r S; ........ Nt lorTh. interests
.. _. ... 001 ate t a ...... A. by Dow 4.tnhpirs .
1.- !er.. a00 eels 4 a home run. It was the hardest<,, Hew" and RateIM"

I ..4grrenl 11.......7. Ct..n.nW. R,. Lowe. hit ball of the season. 1".. \, Dade countySubject
Dtnkte. 1110IIDoalol. Lhtli ,... Rustic Inn its first >k r kl Untie liM .. 010 p II
tt won game 1 .
.
i nrtu Sk 4 1 I'h < lOa SCHOOL'BOARD
baN ....
ba.w,kite..IIIe.Mtetntte......; bu M.on Hhho lull, ;o" LR- of the season In the opener and ''H Rw 111 4 0 a K C.ny SI.MaVuM I 0 .
i I struck. east kr rinds s, kr UuVlnVw defeated the league-leading Rotary Ib S I lr| Ixiwt. Ib I n II DISTRICT S
Little I ,'
.1.I f I t C.u. >h I' "n r
1 bast Roww and RekbwtrNilaaer I Club, 10-8. It showed a complete I, Rim* rf (0 'I M..... Ir t 0 n First Principal Redland School
reversal of form and teamwork forthe. I M MMMU| If' t I K-ltnn rf I I 1 Democratic Primary.

oh r bleerlds ebb bIt first time. Pinder limited the!I 1'I C M BUbov. f>., a t l1W!I Iw.Cut", ifXSSL" : : i TEAIJiEDi EXPERIENCED
.l elm r 4"\P I I hands I 0 0 CAPABLE; FAIR June, n.
I p
four his
Rotei to hits while mates
Matson ordd 1 5 II. i 4 I 0 0h.rhln 12 Sinoore. i I I Drari,nK .b I 0 0 aster Jib I II 0W He will really represent each
.. garnered off '' r 1 0 0 1 0 uO.
a 4 Pre. 4 1 0Hubner
e. I :
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It a t e o.y a s l H.Ml< Inn: aft kilUtery: >k r kThomiiMll 10 1 ... 1. 0 school In District S. i Paid tor by a frlenc >Iu Iz
R R.Anr r.Blamer. A lIBIihoo Ik inn I --- .... ,
lb I I ra.rm It tnbln It Cunt Ih 4 I IiHlrluon I m 1 \ 0 T" d. "I. I l' II T.t.b It I 4I (PaW PolltM -' .
rf nOry ertic Tirtut rf 4 I liOkMilua. 1 4 t t I I I osstw,1 fur W. U.tw: In ...nerdItumors
/ ab s 1 a Roberts rf 0 0An.m J C_ c .41. lifeooj I Sk 310 'U 100 011 I
Nl.ul. lb a 1 nab BMlMof 4 e lllulllm I If IIIMow ''a..I1. Inn 0n0 0'0 0 II
oil eivetW M 0 e Sb II 1'N.lll. c SI"I FrMisters, I', I
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sass t C' 0 Kllt'a.w'tb rf 11 0It ,
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K ....wI.. If 4 0 oiHowr' .' a" La.. 0" I Blot '' .. t ell.,1 '
4 41 Total. 24 7 a F "'1."'r e. 4 V I Slncon p > o" I IKurlM 1 "
Ik I''i" iTitoto
for Johns" in isos.voth

tee .. .. lie eel I 4 M 16 III To... 18 8 lKrrnn
.. Set all a7 R.lOttr lun 071 '''I'' "
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Rotary 102 000 0 "
2. Slnmtm.' Smith ..... 1
:' : : Thompson. R C. PurlHfeluon '
;., Rob.'oi.. VlhlnMM Bulli>*. Andrnmn, I ,u. h_ '
tnrertb : hue hta" : Gunman .
iolnn I ha. .' HlnrOK. dmihlt .1.l I
T iy
Gear hit Clonltw (........ : .....1. C.M to Carp : but on hall nirin. ,
: R. _,.,. Smli. 1aubl rl.yi: 7 tlrurk out br sheen t.
fr to Smith: bo.. on off UmpimRnwf end HtlrlMrtKrt
4, err tray 1. OR CIa '= I.
Ml kr Dn ,. Clonlmnr. I: bits I ::1
MH I hi S liming, off Clonfnctr H.,.. ab r It "reality. .. h
4 1..1... "Field Ib 4 I 0 Jsher.rd If 2 1
Strait Rowe Prod Reichert.Y ktkup' Ib 4 U el, R.rrvw '. '
Ii C.m"1" no 2 1 I ., .rte : RoofsMakeYour
o o..n a 0 it itah... .. 1\. s 1 Carey
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THE STANDINGS >'t> .h rf |i S I I Tho"nap i -. .
'I K Cumpbt If I 0 1 Wynn rf t '
Ii'' # A League Mullln !b W 01Ne111, >I li 1 '
Monte p.f 10 MrC.irmlrk .I. 1
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11 electrified kitchens,*he MEd.-TIM ty Security Company.SUte Comptroller
(II electric ranges and electric refrlgiTttors J. M.Lee told an audiencein VOTE FORPRESTON
art the first steps taken bywomen the city park her Wednesday
CONTEST WON IN 'I jruwt toward It modem night. He pointed out that the
electric kitchen. Electric cookery court record bear witness the B. i
I iI..t.i.easier and more economic Judge Trammell swore he signedthe
MRS. al than other method That U order shortly after dinner, a
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why 1,117 customers of our company week or ten days after the matter BIRDfor t.
have changed to electric had been laid before him.
Electric Range Given cookery during 1935" I Without referring to the governor
by name, the comptroller
Womanby !
Naranja pointed out that the $58,000 of till
Power Co, FACTS ARE TOLD notes traded by the liquidator of
I the Voluaia County Bank for$Sft>
COUNTYCOMMISSIONER'
M... George W Drlggers of Na- 000 of Sanford bond were unsecured
lanja is the proud owner of a new ON DADE TRADEBY I notes, with $ O.OOO in unpaid
electric range, won M tint prIMIn ; judgments ahead of them. He
the "oldest-stove hunt conducted ,aim stated that the liquidator aWl
by the Florida Power ALight COMPTROLLERTwo holds S30.000 of the bonds: and
Co. la the Bedlaod District the other $..000 were sold a& ''U), Mh District, Dade Cewity) t a
The stove Mrs. Draggers turned Into full cash value." J
win the contest wad 11 yews Judges Approved of Listing four bank building*-to
Your Vote and
old. Security Sale SaysOtficla1 Chipley, Daytona. New Smyrna Support
Mn. a Fkhard et Florida City and Ortaado-Mld to backing institution Will Be Appreciated
won Second prUe.*a t E..floor Finance in each town and eight
lamp. This floor lump it the latest -' spittoons sold to Ed Ball at IS each r.td routb.t ...ti.e..et to
ereeUoai at lighting engineers; Tallahassee, May 21-Two circuit : the comptroller said he> knew of
and .hat the approving stamp erf Judges elected In Dade County no other transaction. between his '
the nimnhMrtlm Engineering Society -' : passed approval In the reorganization -: liquidators and the DuPont inter-, WANT ADS PAY WANT ADS PAY
One of these lamps was sale of the Dade Coun- cats.
warded also to lira.3. H. Hick- ------- -
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on of Naranja aa third prize In
the contest. Chase&Sanborn DatedCOFFEE fillSATURDAY Excell
"1 have always wanted an electric
range, and now I have one,"
said Mr*. Drlggers,upon being Informed SODA CRACKERS
of bet luck by R.S.Chandler d
local manage* .f the powercompany. I-lb.pkg.lOc:
"I have known of the
advantage. of electric cookery for lb.------. 5cTomatoes
many yean, and now I have the ExcelGRAHAM
opportunity to use this modern
method of cooking."
The prize lamps art also highly CRACKERS
valued by the women -who woe

them.The "oldest-atom hunt contort 4 NI..2'"eans-Z5c SPECIALS 1.lb. pkg. -- :13C
tied In with the general trend all I
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women kitchen from and releasing the drudgery Americas of- !t RICH CREAMY Octagon Soap Products

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1 ) Social Events in _South Dade "j ,





JUNIOR CLASS WILL BANQUET SENIORS .11 -MIL AND MRS. J. It RUTLAND GIVE ;
1"111 The CalendarMay II
IN MOTHER GOOSE LAND TONIGHT I MUSICALE IN HONOR VISITORS

SI-It. H. S. Junlor-Mnlor
'. Th Junlon of Homestead High Little, Miss Mary Moon Miss. Jean banquet Mr and are J. R. Rutland gave ian in serving an ice course i

School will Uk the dignified seniors Parman Miss Fern Robertson. May 52-Arem Club meeting Informal musical Monday! Those Invited included: : Mr. end j

back to Mother DOOM land Miss Melba Sever, Miss MarJOrie I with Mrs. Wayne Calkin evening In honor of Mr t1and"i Mr*. &. & Sommen, Mr and Mrt.W i
tonight when the annual Junlor- Sullivan Miss Ruth Tower, Miss I May 23-Future Fanner benefit uncle and aunt, Mr. and ... .'I R. Bird, Mr, and Mr*. Bevo t
senior banquet li held in Legion Hazel Sullivan Mia Katherine I dance in Country Club. L. Rutland of SumtervlHe lla.,I Webb Mr. and Mn Frank Webb :
hall. Mother Goose character Vann Mia Lot Walker, Mia Lot who art visiting them this week the Rev and Mrs C. N. Walker '
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will look out from Urge panel Whitehead Sam Allen, Whitney May 25 Oped meeting of Th house was attractively decorated Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Mr, and
Homestead B. P.W. C. kt the home I
which decorate the walls and Beam Labon Bishop Hairy of Mrt. with garden flower* J. J Mrs R. E Edwards, Mr:and Mr .
creens. The waiter*-freshmen Brown W. H Carter, Robert,I L.L.BowitIV.in.May Th program consisted of a violin 0. I. Gault, Mr. and Mrs. Frkk, I
boy and glrle-will wear Mother Cave, Aubrey Cheshire, 1 B.Clonlnger 2B-Ladles' Night at !eelI and piano number by Dr. H.I Dr. and Mn Wolfe, the Rev and I
} 1 Goose attire, the place cards and D. H. Dellinger, Theo&dore I land District Lion Club. s. Wolf and Mrs Jos Elder, piano I Mrs E. L. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. ). I
.. programs will be bits from Mother Franklin John Fredrick I May 28-District meeting ot W. solo by Miss Irene Wlchard vocal M. Holforty, Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Goose, and even the toast will be Clarence Preacher, Myron and Virgil I M S. in Homestead Methodist I solo by Mn Wm. uuuel-I Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Blake, Mr. i I
built around the childhood rhymes OreiuieU, Otha Hackler Edwin!: I Church from 10 till 2 o'clock I white, piano solos by Mr*. J. H.I' and Mrs Cider, Mr. and Mrs. '
Francis Fitzpatrick, presidentof Lawrence, Clayton Lehman, Nelson I I May tUI Woman's Club of Webster, dialect readings by *. Muaselwhlte. Dr. and Mrs. Frank j
- the junior, is to be the toastmaster McCourtney, Richard Mattaon,! Homestead guest day program at I Julia Polk a piano solo by Mn. Hausman Mr. and N... Lee H. '
and he will make the welcoming Tommy MolTett, Earl Rohrer and'I I 1 o'clock. J. a Redd, I trio by Dr. Wolfe, Lehman, Mr. and Mr*. Webster, i
- address Miss Annie Mae Bill Vercoe. I| May 2<-Meeting of homegrounds Ceo M. Frirk and Mr*. Elder,. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Skill, Mr.
Booth senior, will respond to the The other guest invited are: | beautification class in and piano solo by Mrs. Elder. I land i Mr*. J L. Burton, Mr and
toast "A. B, C," Mrs. C. N. Walker County Superintendent;: and Mr*.I I Homestead school agriculturerooms Mrs. Frick, Mrs. E: L Lawrence]|I Mrs J. D. Redd Mrs P Flelt**, j
county board member, to "Jack Chas. M. Fisher; II. H. Filer, meow at ,:So. I rence, Mrs. D. P. Blake and Mrs I Mrs. Pope and Miss Irene Wlrh-
and Jill"; Supervisor L T. Pear- ber of the county school board, and I May 28-Meeting of Royal Potnelana Frank Webb assisted Mrs. Rutland!lard I 11
son, to<< "Old King Cole", School Mr*. Flier: I. T. Pearson, supervisor Grove at 8 p. rn.I .
Trustee frank Skill to "The House bt teachers of Dade County, and May 29-H. H. S. class day exercise j
BUNCO PARTY AND DANCE ARE ENJOYED
That Jack Built"; Principal L. B. Mrs. Pearson; W. H. Comb, school I *. ill

Sommoti, to "Simple' Simon"; and board member, and Mrs. ; May 29-R. H. S. 'Junlor-*enlor I BY JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB AND FRIENDS
D. C. Moomaw, to "A Dlllar a the. Rev. and Mrs C. N I banquet

Dollar". Frank Skill. A. J. comb'j Jon, B- R. H. S. class day exercises -
The Mae Rose studio will turn Wm. J. Geronimo, The Junior Woman's Club of I R. G Hun, Mn Pauline I McConnell
Jab t floor show. Geo M. Frick, Mn J, E. June J-O. E. S. meeting in IO. Homestead was entertained at a Mr*. J. S Horton, Miss Elinor i iI
and Mn A. F Arthur, O F hall. bunco party at the Homestead Payne, Miss Inea Branch, Miss \
A dance to which each Junior Gauzen'j I,
Club Tuesday night by
Country Pearl Whltaker, Miss Emell: Fred
and senior if permitted to Invite a mothers; Mn Carl June S Episcopal Woman's
members of the entertainment
guest will follow the banquet Lee H. Letynan, Mn Auxiliary meeting with Mn. J A. I rick, Misses Eloise and Miry
committee for Mrs Harold '
May
\ senior mothers and Bradley, Mill Thelma Turner,
Music will be furnished by an orchestra Vann room : 1 Hooks
Oxford, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., and
consisting of Geo. M. Principal and Mn L. B. Som- i 'Jun* T-R. H. S. baccalaureate Miss Marguerite Wollam Miss
Misses Alice and Grace Hobson. Ellen Huff, Marlon Plummer, R.
Frick. Clarence Hunt and WtllardFUltld mere, Mn Ruth L. Scott. Mrs sermon
Lawrence Becker, Mn Frank I June 7-H. H. S. baccalaureate Mr E. A. Ennii won the high E. Sherard, Ansel Burrow, Fd-
Webb, Mrs Carl A. Field, sermon I score prize, Mill Thelma Turner, win McGarrah, Mr. Caves and the
Mrs.l I
TIle junior class, which is givIng -, the second prize, and Mrs GeoM hostcuci Z
Howard Johnson, Miss Jessie June 9 H. H. S. commence-
the banquet, la composed of the low
Sonnlchsen, score
dershott Miss Elinor D I
Hayden! ment exercise!
Miss Nora Akers Misses Helen I I
E. Moomaw, Bernard Blackburn, June Redland District Ministerial priM MRS COJtIlS:
and Catherine Steffanl, Miss Lou
Bell Frank Lucas, George N. Wakefield.II Association picnic at Mat- A chicken sated course was serv BUNCO PARTYAt
Grennell, Miss Martha Close,
Mist Dorothy Sykes, Miss Elisabeth -I thason Hammock at 10:80: a. m. ed. the Orange Blossom Club
Skill, Miss Helen,West puss McElwain.f June 1ft-R, H. S. commencement Attar tile party, husbands and Dunm party given by Mn Frances -
I Hazel Penmngton; Mm Vliglnli : I exefttaes < Mend ot the tlub member arrived O.k* at her home Tuesday
Frick. Miss Geraldine Reitz, Miss f waiters are: Mia Elizabeth Mcll- and dancing was enjoyed. night, the lint prlws were won
Bobble Summerlin Miss Florence wain, Miss' Cynthia Miss and Mn L. B. Sommers, Mr. and f Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bur- by HIM Fkwi Oordsy and J D.
Pancoast, Mill Joan Kellum, Al- Virginia Doney, Miss Marcia 1 Mr*. Theodora J. Bieler, Mr. and : ley Dendy, Mr and Mr' L B.Danzey Conner, and second prises by Miss'
vin Bridges, James Goodlng, Francis Oauzens, Mill Sybil Mn Gee N. Wakefield and children Mr and Mn Claude Mildred Smith and Elmer Martin
fitzpatrick Earl Smith, Dukes Miss Bonnie Groover Miss Lucille' Mr and Mn D. E. Moo- Campbell, Mr. and Mn Ennis, Other present wen: Mr. .mil (
Writ, Rudolph Young, Robert West, Mill Iretta Bethel, Miss' maw, Mr and Mn F B. Lucas,, Mn E. A Buchanan, Mn Joel J. Mrs. Arthur Brady Mr M. S
Gaittem, Donald Sullivan Francis Louise Pacetti, Howard Lamb Mr. and Mn Frank Webb Mr Robinson, Mn Sonnlchsen Mr*. (Continued on Page Fourteen) t,

Irwin, Winfred Owen, Tom Noah Peterson Wm. McMlchael and Mrs. J O Wynn, Mr. and MnWlllard h.Mus .
Collins, Billy Arthur and James Clinton Bishop, Roy Martin, Rex I Fifleld, Mn Save Webb, I'
Gibbs. Faust Billy MolTett Harvey Rue, Mill Mary William, Miss Kather-
The honor guests, the seniors, Banks Byrom Martin Bishop and! yn Theisen, Miss Eleanor Hayden,
are: Mil Ethel Bailey Miss Annie Theodore Amnt | Mia Evelyn Nyberg, Miss Jessie
I Mat Booth Miss Dorothy Brannan, The panel drawings were model Hendershot, Mill Frances Dorsey
Miss Jewell Campbell, Mis Doro- by Miss Florence Pancoast andsRudolph !| Mn J Draper and children and
thy Deden, Mill Prlscilla Freed Young, members of the C Berry wen guesta jQs?
Miss Virginia Hodge, Miss Leola I junior class J I II
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II MISS IDA ELOISE BRADLEY TO WED I COMMITTEES FOR REDLAND ARE LADIES'APPOINTED AID I 9t 9

The Ladles Aid Society of the ?
f l FIELDING ARNOLD RUFF OF MIAMI i. Redland Community Church met fiQ E S'aN

at the home of Mrs. August Heuer ,

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Brad until he came to Miami 12 yean! Thursday afternoon of last week paveE
ley this week announced the engagement and made plan for I church work
I ago
of their daughter, Ida meeting to be held In the near future -
They arc making their home at
Arnold Ruff I Mrs. Heuer, -BUD7Y
Eloise to Fielding 73< N. W. Und Court, Miami. acting president -
The marriage will take place in appointed the following com-

the late summer i REV. J. C. SINS TO SPEAK I mittee chairmen; Nfl. ThOi. Brewer -

Miss Bradley though born in AT WO \V8 CLUB MEETINGA entertainment; Mrs H. J.
Damascus, Ga, has been a resident I program of Interest will bi I Armstrong, program; Mrs. Wayne
of Homestead since her infancy presented at the guest day meet1ing I Calkin, needlework; Mrs Fritz
... She t* a graduate ot of Ute Woman's Club of Homestead j Jackson parsonage; and Mn Geo. I
Homestead High School and of the I in the clubhouse Tuesday E. Deuel, flower
Homestead Business College and Is Present were: Mn C. Ben
afternoon at 1 o'clock by the hostesses -
now eonnecteclwith the Home Plummer, Mn M. J. Brownlow, II
for the afternoon, Mrs. An- When stiff sore muscles caused by
Mn Grant Mahan, Mn F W. ,
stead Insurance Agency She Is nie Butler, Mrs R. H. Fitzpatrick
an active member of the Junior and Mn I. T. Nixon. Stlllman, Mn Anna Messersmlth, oter-exertion slow you up, do as athlete ,fi
Woman Club ot Homestead, Mrs. Geo W. Turner, Jr., Mrs. ;
The speaker of the afternoonwill
REX-RUB.
do. Massage them briskly with
Geo W. Turner Sr. Mrs Armstrong
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Mr. Ruff representative be .
a of a the Rev J C. Sims of Ml-
Miami tobacco firm I* a graduate ami. A five minute music contest Mr Brewer, Mrs. Calklna, This stimulates circulation: in the sore :
Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Beset
of an Atlanta high school In which everyone can take part area. Helps nature relieve the irritationand I
He hat made his horn in Miami is being planned, and a living anthology -
for the past twelve yean and faa la being arranged for by AD ASTKA CHAPTER puts muscles back in tip-top shape.
member of the Harvey Seeds Mn L. L. Bow. INITIATES TWO

Post of the American Legion. Mn. Charles Turner and Mn
FACULTY GROUP HAS Herbert Turner were Initiated by You'll also find REX-UUI helpfulfor

MRS. MYRTLE KERSEY IS PICNIC AT MIAMI BEACH Ad Astra chapter of the O E. S. treating itchy toes, minor burns and
BRIDE OF FLOYD B. HART The Homestead teachers and in Homestead at Its meeting Fridaynight
Mn Myrtle Mowry Kersey of their husband and wives went to In the IOO.F MIL I superficial skin irl-itations..Keep a bottle

t Homestead and Floyd B. Hart of Miami Beach for an outing on Mrs. T. E. Evans, the oldest handy.
I Miami war* married In the parsonage Thursday of last week after school mother, and Mr*. B. 0 .Branch, I
of the Coconut Grove Methodist had been dianlased the member with the largest
Church Saturday evening, Swimming accompanied: b y fly, were presented with tam-I' .
May 1', at 7 o'clock In the presence "dunking was followed by a Mn Geo. W. Turner Jr, .
of a small group of friend wiener roast, then song were matron. Mr*. Branch give ,
The ring ceremony was used i sung around the dying csmpfir! Mothers Day reading and a''
In the faculty group were: Mr. Wm. M. John played a piano cola
The bride wore a blue and white !
silk dress with white hat, glove! ; The Dixie DrugYour
I and other accessories.
I Mn. Hart 1* a daughter of Mn Green: : Lantern; Restaurant: I
L. S. Mowry and a member of one Rexall StoreTida
of the oldest families in Home- ADJOINING HOTEL KEDLANDHestera
ateadL T-Bon Steak Dinner toe Chicken Dinner n.
Regular Dinner BO Vegetable flat 2"
Mi l Hun
who tf a painting contra -
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Page Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday May 22, 1936._


1 E. P. ROBERTS TO TALK Of ENSEMBLE. ; CLASS IVES. PRoC11WI !

'I LAWS AH who RELATING are interested TO WOMEN.ta Florida r AT HOME OF MRS. R. H. #ITZf ATRICK .j

law particularly a* they relate ti.
I Social Events I to women and to Inheritance A section of the Ensemble-das Allan Kirk ; ;

questions are Invited to attend I saw tile teitowtag program|n celebration '"Curiou Story" ._ .._. Meller :
| the open meeting of the Homestead Ardel Parmm
of National Music Week
I Business and Professional Womi "Birdie With' a Yellow Bill," WU- i
i ens dub at the home of Mrs. L. on Friday afternoon, May IS, at Yams .1'

REDLAND P.-T. A. GIVES MUSICALE L. Bow on Avocado drive Monday Mrs. R. H Fitzpatrick* home on "Lazy Marj" --.. William .

TO HELP SCHOOL BAND RAISE FUNDSTwo ,I vetting when Attorney Ernest P. Redland. roadGrateful : Veil Sag*
Roberta will be to answer
present Task." No. I-l-J. Gar- "Opera Melodies" ..._ Domizctti W
question that have been asked by
hundred attended the Patten. Art Headley, E. J Graham I' dub members. litt Louis Roll .

:Kedland P-T A. musicale givenin .I Willard Hendenhot. MRentsberger. ., The meeting will begin at I Ann Rheney. Mrs. Fitzpatrick Williams "Winding Path" ... ..-. Barth 1 i.
UM Redland school auditorium Leland Lay. "Good Morning ----> France Scherr

May 14 to let money for UM school I Center Leon Cool Earl Field Bird;j o'clock. .' Jimmie ROM "Tip Toe March" ._. .. Taylor
band fund Mr. Mutchler -Wash Your Face __._ Williams Louis Ross
MISS IIOBB.'MEau."f Alice May Rot
A feature of UM program was a Other numbers on the program'''I' GIVES DINNER PARTY "AmericaDillerQuaile "Consolation- __-. Mendelssohn
croup of three numbers by ErdeUMutchler's were: a violin solo by Mrs. Sam Johnny Kuhn
Eileen Scherr
Davis trombone solo Cohen,: Mia Bobbie Sum merlin wo
I by
newly organized ac-
"Parad March .. __
"Hop, Hop, Hop" DIUer-QuaUe Llchner
,i':ion band. which b said to be Leggett, two number by the i i hostels at a dinner party at her Jerome Scherr Teresa Redd \
t'\P' only accordion band mouth of Homestead trio. Dr. H. S. Wolfe j home Thursday evening A crystal -
"Rose Petal ...___...__ Lawson"Marigolds" '
of and fern formedthe "Summer Reverie" TJonahcnVam :
K. w York. Ceo. M. Frick and Mrs. Jo*. Eld.| vase rose
__._.__...._ Gray
and the card Rheney
The players are: Mr C. D. H.tAtl .&- er; accordion solo by Marjorie i centerpiece place
1 Ardel Mn
Marjorie Fogte, Ethel Bennett II Fogle Amelia Strauss. Jefferson were miniature graduate Parman Fitzpatrick "Redova" __ .. _.. Dancla
"Dance of the Snowflakes" Watson
Amelia Strauss. Myrna Ford. Mrs. C. D. Hatter, Henry I Coven were laid for ten: MIA "Melody" ___ Stair Kathleen Ross
Joan Ware, Jocelyn MUtchler'j,I Perry 'and Tommy Stewart; a Iva Dyal. Miss Virginia Frick. Ann'" Rheney' Daughter of the Regiment', Dom-
Rcntsberger. Leland saxophone solo by Augustus Mill Betty Bowen Mill Helen Uettl
"Air and Variations" __Franklin
Center, Paul Tuller. Win. D. Wynn; a cornet solo by Freddie i West, John Walton, Edw. Lawrence Johnny Kuhn Buddy Kuhn,
e, Art Headier. K. J. I'ull.j Patten; a clarinet solo by Mr. I Earl Smith, Whitney Dram, Buddy Kuhn"Tweedledum" Teresa Redd
._ _. __. Gaynor
Willard Hendenhot. Mutchler with piano accompaniment I Duke West and the hostess. "Shadow Pictures" Rhenihold
Lena Bell Bond
Eicbenberger, Tommy Stewart by Art Headley; I xylophonesolo Kathleen Rosa
Mils Summerlln was assisted by "Th Cobbler" ..._ Gaynor
Henry Perry, Jefferson Ford and by Shirley Maberry with accordion her mother. Mrs. Vera Surnmer- Lavtna.n.Kirk.n. Fault Waits" _. Gounod

Mr Mutchler accompaniment by Mr lin, and two aunt, Mrs H. Collier Majors and Minors _. Watson Annabel Redd
Two numbers were given by Mutchler; a number'by the Na- and Mrs. Ceo A. "West "Fountain" ._... 0 Bohn
Mutchler'i orchestra which con- ranja trio, E. J. Graham and WU Constance Scherr

list of the following player: Mr*. lard Hendenhot, accordion, and SENIOR CAST serving The guest present Included:
SWIMSAT
Sam Davis Marjorie Foil CohenLeggett Chap. Eichenberger, saxophone, TAHITI Present wen: Wanetta Koest- Mr* Howard Kirk, Mr*..Gostman,
BEACH
Jefferson Ford George and a reading by Mary Elinor' line. Annette Campbell, Nina Bui- Mn Sage Mn. Fred Redd, Mrs.
Frick, Augustus Wynn Freddie Williams Members of the cast of the lard. Marjorie Lewis, Virginia Clarence Permian Mn Wm. E.

Homestead High School senior Kinner, Harold Branch, Preston Rheney Mrs. J. B. Rosa and F. S.
play, "New Fires," and their guest Bird. Harry Martin, Lester Archer Scherr
GARDEN CLUB HOLDS ITS Mrs. Casper William Mn A. A. '
and Mr. and Mrs L. B. Blackburn, Elbert West and Jack McMich- Punch and home mad candle
LAST MEETING OF SEASON Koestline, Mn. Wm. Nolan Mr
enjoyed I swimming party at Tahiti aeL
Mn Elbert M. Froacher was! J E. Davis, Mn. E. S. CapUnger. I were served.
Beach Wednesday afternoon.
hottest Monday to the member' Mrs. Perry Williams, Mrs. Ceo
beside Mr. and Mrs.
of the South Dade Garden Club at Smith. Mn J. L. Ballard, Mrs. Present
their final meeting this anIOn.Mr. Dexter Smith, Mrs C. B. Bentley, Blackburn were: Mill Jean Past FOR
Miss Ruth Tower Miss Ethel
;. M. P. Kenney was Wluipnoualy Mn J. J. McLendon, Miss Helen man. ,
chosen AI the first hottest Livingston and MIA Lobdell.rOINCIAHA Bailey Miss Mary Moon. Mia Justice of the PeaceI
}cst: tall JeweU Campbell Mill Virginia
Hodge, Mill Marjorie Sullivan
Mrs Wm O Bishop read I pap GROVE Miss Annie Mae Booth. Harry hereby aaarase my candidacy for Justice of the
The Black Fruit lei district f Dad Canty subject to
: on Fly on peace. the Democraticprimasry
INITIATES FOUR Brown Clayton Lehman Clarence
Tree Mn. Ja*. M. Dobbin read I la J_.. I will a*.tIftria&e&e and support
pin article by Howard Curry on Mn Wm. ... Johns Mrs. R. Froscher, Eugene Campbell A vets lor A. W. JONES mean "."". Integrity and Justice
Beautiful Florida"; ),In. Lucy Stark Mia Flossie Gorday andMiss Paul Cox and Bill VercoeELBEKT for alt 1 hare as condemnation I* auk of others bat stand
I Ruth Gross were Initiated into oa my past record with mallet toward BD*. \
Clinton read a poem, "Yellow I
"..mint"; and Mn R. J. Shepherd Royal PolncTan Grove Woodmen's DOLAE HONORED:
Circle, at meeting held in OV HIS BIRTHDAY A.V. JONES
the president, read an article -, .
I bird to the the L O. O. F. hall on Thursday Mrs. Jack Dolar gave a wiener
on attracting : ,
roast at her home N. W. Tenth PeW PoIIUoet Adartwaestl
linden by meant of bird bath and I night of hut week. The Orange on
food Mrs W. N. Smyth read an Blossom Drill Club misted in the street May 12 m honor of the

article about the apparent prefer- Initiation service thirteenth birthday of her son,

!price DC bees for blue flower, of: Mr Ruth Godwin wa elected Elbert Game were enjoyed both Unimpeachable Honesty, Training Experienceand
humming bird for red Dowers, adviser and Mrs Pearl Cooper indoors and outside, and cookies I

and of butterflies for purple flowers assistant attendantAnnouncement and punch were served. Miss Achievement Qualify Him
Ruby Dolor assisted her mother In
was mad that

A refreshment court wa served the grove would be represented at

and the meeting wu closed the regional convention In Lake I = ELECT

with a group of Interesting recitations Junahiska N. c., June 1 to S DR. R. S. AKERS
by Mrs. Geo. E. Reed. by: Mrs. E. J. Pacettl. guardian

Present were Mrs H. C. Reed Mrs. Bessie Brady, state inner sentinel HARRY'GOLDSTEIN
"Mrs N. G Ball. Mrs C. E. Butler and local drill captain; Mr*. DENTISTOffice I

Airs Elberta Buie Mn Wm. M. Sarah Martin, district attendant; Hour: Sa.enI.Sp.ia. I
Johns Mn Wm. Dunlop MnJYoscher. Mrs. France Coker. district chaplain to I
Bandar I IS
; and Mill Myrtle Counce
Mr Shepherd Mr*
Dobbin Mr*. 0ftI. E. Reed, Mr*. outer sentinel They plan to leave Closed Saturdays I

Bishop M... K nny. Mrs. Cllr her May 28 and join other group
ton and Mn Smyth on the way.During Free Parking Space I

the social l fiourlfllotVrt 1711 X. w. urn IT" MIAMI

'DISTRICT CROir.TO MEET Day program was given by PHONE..... Tax
'VITII HOMESTEAD: M. 8. t. Wlttkop, tenor soloist MUM

Members of the Homestead "," Pacetti pianist, and three :

Methodist Missionary Society will members, Mr Bert Branch Mn Collector
be hostesses at a district t Coker and Mrs. Alice W.lten. who
meeting in the church next Tur. gave readings.Cup I ELECT I II II Ii

d.iv' from 10 until t AU member I takes and teed tea were I

arc requested to be present served by Mrs Pacetti and her i Dade County Needs

The four circle' of the Homestead assistants, Mn Ada Young, Mrs.
society held I Joint meeting Branch and Mrs. Godwin. W. R. BECKERTax the Best!
m the church Tuesday Circle I I ,
.Three gave the devotional part of I POW. ,101 tdetM..nr

th* program and Mrs Jennie Lob-

dell i-onducted JM Bible study Collector
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period. Mn J. II Webster made CARE

the dosing prayer i
Present were Mr*. P. B. Bird Any wa'
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president M... E. A. Ennls Mrs. .i and Beauty ,. permanent B

Robert Glenn Mrs. Cibb, Mn '
Mollie Win,..*. Mr A. S. Moye I won't do
True beauty demands ?
Mr. J. A. McNellt, Mn. Noel). j kTp
Ole best ol care at ill
Mn. A. a Slagle, Mrs. Ceo. Ran-
time Whether >'ouwlah
ton Mrs. Barber, Mr* a L. Sho- '
a wave II facial, TVs rest row wave oust he perfect
walter. Mrs. Webster, Mr H. P. .
I manicure or any oft ;. -with a fi'mmiml frame of curl
McDenlel, Mr*. C H. Catet, Mr
t the other essential aids I ( Iw die asp of row....Tkatf he
Curtis Monroe Mrs. Vivo Booth.
i f to beauty. you'll find kid we give yes with assurance- i

the skilled operators at for we we dot --.-.lly fas*

I Pat'i Beauty Parlor CM fugue Method with latest *** ,

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist ready to If't'Woil rbtaical ...--* and gnuinef )

quickly at any time I .....StchrB. "Sboppiag sfouad" I r .

M I CYpiigaele. Spiral and won't gel k for ywBush's .coming to usw'iljJ

0 PERMANENT CwBblaatkn WAVES I 1 1I

36 N. Krome Avenue j
Prices $5 $6 $7
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Upstairs : ABILITY HONESTYAn Barber Shop 1

PAT'SBEAUTY

Office Hours 8:30-4:30 i PARLORPhone Established Record I & Beauty Parlor j jJ

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J Friday, May 22.1986. THE LEADERENTERPRISE Page Eleven__ j ji

i r Blue Ribbons Awarded at Both his ability If choaeu far the offlcgi nod every direction. No me; "Then why didn't you say 10 at
Art vChawhw oatpwdereU.. it Om IIIawua. tosssidaatlal \ f ar" demanded the porter I
, Home Demonstration Club Exhibits Q Turner devoted room t construction. upper 14 earl go round asking passengers
of bit speaking time to an outttn cent for the tint quarter. Oov- If they're theatrical I dnn mt
---_. of hit pact business and pro***- arnment authorities have prodigies, to hwult 1'111"- Tit Bit.
I ;1 Both of the local home demonstration Mn H. J, Armstrong won five ...& career M an attorney IB th ed that tMOJtoot ban**will hi [
' clubs held their annual blue ribbons and Mrs Seymour 1-..., of the government before butt In the next feet yean wluot For the Beat in
came to the Rodland District). should sustain all appliance market -
la'
exhibit yesterday and the judging -I Dane the president, won four !
e: in both exhibits wa done by the Redland exhibit which was I I HIt pledged himself to work towdtnr in a healthy condition," Blood OPTOMETRYDK.NEUENSCIUVANOER
Mn W. C. Brown and Mr*. Chat I held In the clubhouse of the Woman control denied I'IIJIthat I _Judid.
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favored
Winter of the county home dcmOMtratlon 's Club of the Redland yerter- a "shake-up' the
i of Kendall DR. II. GONZALEZ :
office in Miami. day afternoon Mn Armstrong management hospital An actress was traveling from I
f.,. and county home, and promised I if US Venetian Arcade. Miami
awards were for: canned prod- Liverpool to London. Her luggagiwas
Mill Norton
F Panty county elected to retain Dr. J. A. Smith
to make uct, book cover made of traplcal bulky and the surly porter to E
agent, was present help flee
r plant for the local group tq attend material, coconut tree article, article Herbert were pledged C Keen by Joyce.startled hi whom she entrusted it at the Liverpool I \
. the home demonstration taught In the past three yean audience by declaring that station told her he would Vote for
," which will be held In Miami and six coasters a special entry one or have to pay excess: on ft. Unless;'
camp his tint acts If elected purchasing
.herthou.ht.1
0Beach High School June 18 to 20 I Mrs. Dane won on: container: of agent would be to go before the, he added, a* an !
and the achievement day exhibit flowers, arrangement of basket ol I.j legislature and ask that th "you're a theatrical I W.\ F. BROWN
in Miami June 20. I fresh vegetable, arrangement of office be abolished He said I It Well, I am a theatricnl" iplained \- ,
In the Homestead exhibit which basket of fresh fruit and rug coat 8,000 yearly to handle I the actress __ I I ets+ase s lintse !s : ;
WM held in the Neva King CooperSchool 1 Mrs. E. A. Carter won first honors a 175,000 business and that thi : i.
yesterday' morning, Mrs. on a palmetto artIc'"Je and 11 per cent bonus for operation t ta \
Frank Hausman and Mn G. M crayonex article; and Mn J D. excessive and unfair to the tax A BUSINESS MAN i
Cooper were each awarded four Wysong, on a linoleum block anda payen for "
blue ribbons, and Mn R. E Edwards -1 barrel plaque, a special entry O. A. Rollins Asserted that th "
the president, was awarded Mn A. W. January won first in office of purchasing agent had< State Senator
s three. cork printing; Mn C. L. Ooley, (Continued on Page Fourteen)
Mn. Haumnan was ranked tint In silk flowers, and Mn Geo. W. --
In, canning record book, sunshine" Turner, Jr., in looper cUps. i
symbol\, most artu&c arrangement Present at the Redland meeting NORGE SMASHES
of basket of fresh vegetablesand were: Mn E. M. Froacher, Mrs. r
most artistic arrangement of W. G. Meggs, Mn A. C. Easton,
ALL RECORDS IN
fresh fruit ] Mrs O. P Gosnell Mn Geo E
Mfi. Cooper blue ribbons were Deuel, Mn D.A. Duffee. Mrs. I. T
won on: linoleum block, wash hat, Talbott Mn O W Driggen, Mr SALES VOLUME
Japanese wood pulp flowers and Bower, Mrs. Roxanne Matthew,
suggestions for 4-H camp. I Mn Geo. H. Reed, Mrs L. O Rug-
glei, Miss Eitelle: Turner Mn
Detroit May II-Norge sales In
Mn Edwards was tint In canning -
Dane. MM Ooley Mrs. Turner,
April smashed all previous records -
coconut tree article and
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work Mrs. January, Mn Armstrong, with an all product volumeof
pewter I Mn Carter, Mn Wytong and 58.280 units, 41.7 per cent ahea I
Mn Geo. N. Wakefield was Preston B Bird, a visitor
of the like month last year, ae-
tint In container of flowers and I I Present at the Homestead meeting cording to Howard E. Blood, presIdent .
tooled linoleum, Mrs. Dan Groover '
were three visitors, Mn. Cecil Division
Norge BorgWarner -
in crayonex article and cork, Walker Mrs. & T. Skipper of Corporation. Sales for the fin
printing, and Mn S. A King, In I Miami and 'Mrs W. R. Hall of four month of 1938 totaled 193,87 forJUDGE
silk flowers and article taught In Jacksonville and the following ARE YOU TIRED- "
unit, a gain of 62.1 per cent over
past three )'eara. members: Mrs R. E. Anderson the corresponding period ot 1M. .f politicians and lawyers CIVIL
Those who were awarded one Mn. W. R. Anderson, Mrs. Fred "Norge set a new high In refrtgerator In Tallahassee
blue ribbon were: Mrs R. E. Hobson Redd. Mrs. Fred Suber, Mrs. W. ales In April,' sail AS A MERCHANT COURT OF RECORD }jf
palmetto article, Mn Harry D. Coker. Mrs. W. W. Bethea, Mn Blood, "with a unit refrigerate I have the tame problem
D. Wolfe, copper work; Mn Emma O. C. Radford, Mrs. Wolfe, Mn. volume over 12 per cent greater that Joe have-I eaajiet Subject U Demerratle Primary : !t tI
Moeer, rug, Mn R. J:. Ander- R. L. Hobson Mn King. Mrs. than the best previous month oMarch help myself without helv
son, looper clips: Mn R. L. Hobson Hausman, Mrs. Edward, Mn 1938 Likewise new high Inc ,oa. I YOUR VOTE AND
cotton dress review; and Mrs. Cooper, Mn Morse, Mrs. Smith records were established In the SUPPORT WILL BEAPPRECIATED \
A. D. Smith, thrift drew review. and Mn WakefleldrCandidates production of both gas and electric VOTE FOR
range April closed with heave;'I t''t'

. for Major Offices Draw frlgeraton.numbers of unfilled washers,order ironers for amrangvs re-I John K. Tilton 1 rM P.IIt1.al Ad.rrlU.rn.nl \ I II

even with Norge fnctorle.I for I
Large Audience to Homestead Rally at full production, working 2'.I STATE SENATOR ELECT ;;

-_ ,I| hours each day. Paid Pallllol A4._rtl Mnt, I
(Continued From Page ) bent asked for re-election on the "Nor,. refrigerator tale ii ,
a complete reorganization of the strength of his record in office during -. : April were up 39.5 per cent con We E. VAN
tale's legal department. the past four yean, which hi I. pared with the like month las
Carl Maples of Wakulla said believed entitled him to soothe year, an interesting increase compared LOONI
he will insist that the new $3.- term a* peace Justice. .I with the 32 per cent gain for DANCHAPPELlLET'S
000,000 state capitol be locatedin In the county commission ; the Industry reported for the firs'\ I
south or central Florida Instead race Preston B. Bird called attention -.:quarter. Norge washer sales wen
of in Tallahassee if he I* elected to the fact that of $8,600". up 149.S per cent gas rang sale:
governor He advocated comple- 000 outstanding in Dade Count,r 842.5 per cent, electric range sale!
tion of a state highway from Miami bonds, 1885000 is now callable.I uII.a per cent compared will t
to Lake Okeechobee, and proposed As a mean of saving the tsxpaj..i I April 1. 1935. A remarkable increase
a $3 automobile license.I en a very substantial sum of mon.I was shown In ironer sale;
He spoke vigorously In favor of ey, he proposed that these bond'I with the unit volume for th' vx
the Townsend plan, which he laid be called and refinanced over II :!i month representing a quarter of S
he had been supporting actively period of 30 years at two pet ceo' total washer unit sales k I I IM Iars..AWy
for more than year instead of five per cent interes.| Norg look confidently Into eA, .
The two candidates for Justice I I Bird laid he will see that the flf\t\ [the future We expect the household .A
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'of the peace, fourth district, made district get its sham of this savin appliance Industries to ben: t
'their first platform appearance In In the form of improvements,It b II fit greatly from Increased bus).-
[Homestead. A. VT. Jones stressed 1* elected. I I ness momentum apparent In at-
;the point that he I* paying his I J D. Redd reviewed his :21 year'" ...
own 'campaign expenses from of public service in Homettead-
meager resources and denied his 11 yean a* city councilman an<
opponents statement that he 14 year a* county commissloneiHe W. Cecil Watson
. (Jones) is in good financial circumstances praised the work of the presser' F
,. and does not need the board and said Dade County Is II L
job. Sidney L. Kendrick incum- excellent financier condition. HI c
promised to serve to the best 0: r

Supervisor of

N.J. BEAVERCandidate FLORA F. ENGLANDCandidate MAKE RegistrationVAN :


for i 4" fV DANCHAPPELl : LOON will devote 1I

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School BoardFROM I this office. t':

HIGH MAN FORGOVERNOR
DISTRICT NO. I
I Your Vote and Support

Subject to June Democrat Will Be Appreciated

Primary I Subject Democrat Primary
4 June. 1(36 I.f

Resident of district ,0\-1 '('.,. Political. Adv.N.sssl, I I raid ,...... ......,-."
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Sened as city council t } -- -- -- _.0 I

\, man, South Miami, last L v..1WCandidate : t, Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
2 as president
jears for Election to for

.{years as school trus- Dade Co. School Board Clerk of the Criminal Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

tee 'of Special School District S- Btlre district Math Conservatory of Leipzig
Tax District No. 26. .f TamUml Trait Court of Record

Your vet and support will June Desaecrat Primary PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
YOU VOTE: AND 1t.'PPOnIOUCITID. aaar the eolU'tHue *.!-
Your Vote and Support
deal and Impartial eeaJaetef
the saurs ef age, efflra. Will Be Appreciated Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422.
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Pa ire Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. May 22,1936.t

.' .....". and aueesesfu) exsrimeoUwfti ilde tlrmaJom* idea of
111I11I11I11 Inllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!! !! !t Are You Automobile
Growing an the soy bC1I'rbl.* staple tremendous market created' !
crop now 1* used in the body finish Industry, however may" I
20 Years I On Your Farm, Asks Ford OfficialDetroit and la the making of molded talned from the fact that the r |
Ago aisle suck M the coil Cover. light company hot paid to 'Its own
May It-When you look a* Is to be expected 1 18 cotton, but twitch, and gear sift lever knobs, ployees In the past 32 year l&g4S4 "*-'I t
.t the automobile parked In your I I there are many other product, Including W well as for core oil and cementIng .84T.40(181 in wages Certain) i.>
UIIlIfIIIiIIlIIIIIIIIlf! !!!!!lluhIlifflllflflflll! !! !I yard or at a new one glistening In those of diversified farming glues Other experiment In a considerable portion of this syt 'I i

The Mhnrilie Lea ... ...... a dealer showroom, you probably 1 and dairying grown by many this field hold promise of greatly found Its way back to the farm* ; 4
*... turn Sin .< MM ..-.. i I think of It, It you consider sources firmer throughput the country. Increasing the already huge quantities In payment tor food and the reili'iterUOs
pot-mrW w ISSN_........."..... ...........t.. 1111.r .t .11. M the product of an Industry I This imposing list, reduced to of farm product uaed by the for clothing T j
far removed from the farm acreage on the bad of average Industry Thus the farmer may ri :
The Farm :ii:School contract Mid a Ford Motor Cr official to yields, include 433. 123 acre of But this view of the part the feel that he help to build the ou:1
hilt been given to Jfl.. Reese day To the casual glance, itaeema cotton, 30,000 acre of toy bean; farmer play in building an automobile tomobll True, his part I 1s not:\In:,.J
to be constructed principally I 17900 acre of flax; 11,280 acres the designing of It, ,
Construction Co.. of Florida City a* a producer of manufacturing or In the **,
It will cost about J21.009 The' of steel, and related to the firm of corn; and U.500 acre of sugarcane I material, while undoubtedly fining, shaping and anllchlnllll'of5!'
school will be located about two' only at a mean of modern transportation I ; not to mention some wheat the newer and moat novel one its part But as the supplier o{'.it
nnd a half miles west of Princeton he said It ti only when from which starch 1* derived for by no mean present the complete Important product required foe
and will have about 11.000 the process of manufacture ii analyzed I use In the foundry, and 20,500 I picture of his relation to the automobile manufacture, and of food for the '$,
square feet of floor ipao Built with the aid of the engineer acre of timber. In addition to I Industry. Of equal im- man power his part I* IndespetUH>
on the unit system It will have a and the chemist, that it become these crop, the tingle year' output portance to the material requiredIn able He may rightly consider *. iS
large court with 40x00 auditor- 1 apparent that the automotive I of Ford can required many of!, manufacture, 1* the man power he view an automobile that It 1* 1
ium. The construction la to be of Industry If a gigantic user of the product' of animal husbandry I I I of the factories These workingmen partly a product of his farm and
reinforced concrete) and red the I farm product Such an analysis" Among the* product are bide and their families must be that every purchase of an suto
with modem plumbing There reveals that some of the part to from 30,000 cattle, wool from 001,- I fed and clothed, and the former mobile by himself the doctor oe
will be domestic science and man I the ear parked la your yard if 000 sheep; lard iron 20,000 bogs, must supply the material for food merchant Increase the market for
ual training department, library, their origin could be traced, may goat hair from I7SOO goat; and and clothing While the farmer farm produce How much this
nine elaasroom and the principal have been frown on your own even "XXK.pound of .beesws* I here Is In a familiar role, never- market may expand I* t problemof
office. The building I II to be completed famine from 10,000 pound of honey:, I the.... the market thus offeredfor the future.
..rl1ln October." While accurate figure for the Here then 1* evidence that the' I farm products is an Important
'Mr, Culpepper! and daughter Industry M a whole are not available honelea carriage 1* by no mean one.
gave a delightful farewell dinner the extent to which farm exclusively derived from mines, How many men are employed In
of eight' courses on Tuesday evening product are used In the manufacture er In fact, much lea Independentof I the production of automobiles or L. R. "ROY"
with these guests present: of motor ears I* IndicatedIn the farm than old Dobbin him I even Isis the production of Ford
Capt U W. Hill, Mia Anna Loch the estimate of the Ford Motor self Expressed In other words I automobiles alone, ran only be
fie May Shield. Miss Helen MeDowe.ll Company of the quantities of such more than one-tiatf IIIWOIanll suggested line: the Industry
Miss Velma Clark. Hal 0- material required to produce a of farm land, scattered throughoutthe reaches Into mine field and for WESTONt
borsu Miss Bees Lane, Frank A. million Ford ears-i-the output predicted United State, were drawn i set Figure on the number of
Robert. fiN Julia Murphy Milton for and surpassed In 10U. upon tor the material used In one men directly employed by the
Davis (celled away by teleram Chief la the list of farm products year' output of Ford car alone- Ford company at any given time, Candidate for
on business), Horace Potter And other thousand of acre produced -> tot example, would include only
Mitt Dubbing Win Hubert Miss trip to Jewtlih creek. They had crop to supply the animal a small number of the workers
Rosalind Becker and L. It Col- fine luck Mr. Alderman landing a husbandry product required I affected, since the company purchases SHERIFFSOLICITS
lliw. Wm. Lochrle acted very acceptably big snapper who put up a game How, the farmer may weU uk, materials from over 5,000
a* substitute! for Milton fight while Mr. Hobbs mourned ire these supplies used?
Davis. Game and social conversation the Ion of one extra big fellow Some of these product appearin
filled In the time until dinner which he brought to the boat, but the finished car in recognizable I j I k
clock was announced It was oneo lost on account of the breaking of form., while other are hidden by Ernest Re Williams
when
the happy party hit line' the magic of the chemist who
broke up, thus ending an even- transmutes them into Candidate for k
ing't enjoyment that Mrs. Lee Lehman entertained strange
be forgotten will not soon a number of friends last Saturday forma Still other may be used
SHERIFFKubJecl
evening In honor of her guest, Miss in the manufacturing process without R
-"a.v. L. B. Moore hM moved inter Helen Graves of Cisco. Mr*. Leh appearing in the finished car
the D Davis house on Krome man' guests Included: Mrs./ Frank Cotton, for example not only goes
avenue, vacated this week by Mr Skill, Mrs R R. Prldgen, Mrs Intd upholstery tires and brake
and Mrs.Mrs Davis. who with Mr. and W. T. Lanier Miss Edith Moflett. linings, but also for lacquer safety ,
Irvine Gault, have started for I Ifloerwhel timing '
Miss Alma Lindgren, Mn Paul glass gears battery bo:
Illinois I Id the Davis car. Rev. Mia Beta Turnag and, and paper. Wool and its derivetives .
Moore han sent for his wife and the honor guest,' Miss Helen go into upholstery, gaskets
sister-in-law who ere in St. Pet. 'Graves." i anti-runt compounds and lubricant -
emburg at present"" -"& Z. Crowley of Temple da, *. From corn come green
--"W. J:. Meyer of Jamestown la now assistant cashier at the bond for the foundry, butyl alcohol your support -
N. D. was here looking over cur bank, In place of L. D. Wade who solvent and rubber substitute on the basis of
wonderful district this week. Of i bn gone to the First National *. I
course. be we more then pleased" Bank Miami."' Cows In addition to providing his proven ability as an .
-"Mr. Victor I* slowly Improv -feat UuKinstry la substitutingat leather for upholstery and gaskets efficient law enforce-
ing from a bad case of pneumoo. : w. H. Cochranea store, Mr.' furnish milk-casein glue,
III." Eason having resigned and gone stearle acid fur use In rubber compound caw ment officer.A .
-"A. JL Livingston ia expecting north Sam will hold the Job until *. grease and soap chips
a brother from Kansas to visit the IMh when Charley Cave will From hogs, com oleic acid and vote for Weston is ;
nun some time In the near "'tu.NQOI' ..." 'take It permanently." II bristle for brushes, a* well as
--" Taturn has hi* election -"tt W. Moran and J. A. Daugh- lard oil for rear axle lubricant a vote for dignified law .
announcement posted to the back 'erty of Miami were Homestead viaitore And from goat hair Is msnufac- j
of his car In big letter so they Tuesday tured pile fabric and window enforcement. 'j
can be easily read, Tom Brook.. '"Wykon and Jeffrey, the saw channel fabric. i
er hM also fixed up the rear of mill people are moving their plant The flax from 11.400' acre goes to the OenecraU A vote for Weston is '
his car In the same fashion." on Mowry avenue Just beyond the into paint, core oil, soft soaps joins
-"W. J. Tweedell was a Tuesday .city limit" and glycerine and the sugar cane) Primary a vote for the efficient
visitor to Miami." .WOn Monday last Mr Plummer into alcohol, shock absorber fluid, Let's make honesty in administration of this
I -.+Vfo hear, It reported that Sam old til* feed and fertiUMr) bual- and solvent. Other product
office
i McKbutry I II spending a gaud tat nan to the> Hector XupplOp., of tained from field and forest something more important office.A .
of big One reading the boo* Kow Ft Lauderdale :. ad'Adlouned mentioned In the estimate lib-I than a campaign slogan. .
to be Happy Though Married. He meeting of council above: are tong oil Jute, hemp, (I.>*U far be twit", vote for( Weston U
I will loan the book to Jim Vans was held May Ith. with the foU al* pine pitch and castor oil.
r and Ford when" he get through lowing number present Joe Bur The possible extension' of this list vote against the criminal -
with di"'The ton. W. J. Tweedell. It E. Edwards to Include vastly more farm products I element.
-- High School basketball J. IX Redd. D. H Flowers, -- o that the automobile of Vote for n
: team played W. r Winn. J. K. CochranVQMton the be
against the Sliver future may produced largely
palm team May Day tt Redlaod Drake I II building two from the' crop of the soil-1 Judge A. B. Small Weston is honest; efficient
TIM score wa 1 S to T In favor of new louses for employee workIng one of Henry Ford cherished ; capable; has
Silver "' 111\. The lineup wa M In the mill (Princeton) dream, and t* the reason for ex-
follows-. Homestead-Louise Mac moral courage; ability;
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{ : kert, center FraHkle Hobson forward can match wits with the

t I ; Alma fclndgren forward A Year-Round Santa Claus i tY ,
Alice KahL guard; Charlotte smoothest of criminals;
I liiis, guard; Birdie CofTrln, Cot-I With the aUte spending more IBM $31.000,000 and Dade Co n< 7 : and will protect our
: Silver Pklnv-Ellxa Moor center; ly paying more than one-sixth *f the state Uu. we've become
j Sadie Oossmen; forward;; Bertha I Santa Claus to the rest *f till stele '*** just foe one I people in every way.
flax, forward: Zona graham,' day, but all year.LETS .
y guard, Grace Cox guard." I Vote for Him!
I STOP IT I VOTE FOR

-"Rev. J. B. Griffon Is attending, SUPPORT HIM !
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It the general conference and ia note ERNEST R. GRAHAM

June.expected" home before the first of I STATE SENATORHARRY'S i Win With Weston

' -"Z. K. flair and brother of' PaW hi...... Ad-eetw.eau I
Princeton were in Miami on Monday .I II (irM' he kr HoMUtd rrie.d.et

to attend the meeting of the I
Cltlten' League that evening I
I TROPICAL.MONKEY .
-"Mi** Eunice Nixon Is spending
several days in Miami ns the guest'' WELDING SHOP t JUNGLE
Of Mrs Samuel Barco I Candidate for )i........." toHveeeed
) -''J, I* Burton and family win PRINCETON, FLA. I Himself a*
I spend a month In Atlanta and other II I
, point in Georgia leaving, Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding ei Cylinder Blocks, I Judge of! the rFItIHalnlln
; Homestead some time this WNk.j j Cylinder Heads, Aluminum Castings amid Bellen.
, <; Civil Court of!
During his absence J. V. 1'... will Record
!t be In charge of the store and on'I' Automotive Machine aa"'rlnl-C.'ertlll to garages In mala
I Mr. Burton return J U will start bearing pairing and .U.... n....., ..._tIq red poorlttg I laM Democratic Primary Drive west

\ on his trip and It will be case of'I and boring and cylinder boring Your Support Will Be .f NaranM HeadADAUSSIOX
I goodbye until fall' with him." I
\ -'Not Jon* ago B. \IIobbs,' and EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED I'l Appreciated leeI.
; T f Alderman went one fishing ,.... '......... ...........1 e
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:> 1 Friday May 92, 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE ---- Pare Thirteen

aa old book, but tt U UU being
! THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER teat .
I I II
;

r '' :t In and Around BT MRS. I* k VOW, UIUURUN .I =r''d1 :

I MltallT HOCK i: you won't like It, but give It a I a r
I' Xmds,. WM....... nun**I M w MIWfar. \
f Homestead I I trial. i It .. n..I Po .>. little thought anyway I .
The revival of the picture play. \
II Warder I a .. n:It: Mp ML: 1t w m. '
I I "Uttle Lord Fauntleroy", bringsa ; WILLIAM C. t
What books which are on the renewed Interest Francis Hod-

rI Mr. and Mrs F L. Rutland of Mr. and Mrs Paul Pullen moved best seller list today will live son Burnett and all her other "Homestead Bill"HODGES 1
Sumtervllle. 1'..., are visiting their from the Horrle cottage on How can How you know a of nutty the "Ten good books It you want something to i
book'
many
nephew J. R. Rutland and his Palm avenue Saturday to the My- I read aloud to the family read
) F{ family rick house In Homestead. Belt Seller of I year ago are "Little Lord Fauntleroy." "Sara
? How of
popular today many "
I Crew, and "Edlths's Burglar"

f Mlsi Lour Long Fitzpatrick and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Addison thorn. without are you looking able to up recall your old offhand You will choke up and need a

'[ Mlm Katherine Harper will return and children moved to Mateeumbe book title' That question arose hankie or two when you try to read
',: from the Florida State College for Saturday in the library the other day No, the story of 'Editha's Burglar"Then !

! i Women today; Miss Alta Vann and .0.wa46. we could Dot remember even the "The for Lady yourself of Quality"you might or enjoy that will speak in
Miss Valera Fitch expected title of the ten best fiction and
.4 back Saturday ti'd; Miss Ela NARANJA the ten best non-fiction of May other book which was so .'popular'
at time, "The Mrs
one
ar Arozarena will return Sunday. His Sadie Jae ..",,Correspeadeat. INI The librarian could recall Burnett writes clearly of both Bayfront ParkMIAMI
but one book of fiction which has' England and 'the United States,
Ali "t Mrs. Paul Gopp and daughter -"'- held a place on the beat renter U.t' she has railed both countries
:, have gone to join Mr. Gopp in Mrs. R. C Jackson left Sunday since Jlllt May. Lloyd Douglas'i' home". Just now while all eyes :
Hardeyvllte, S. C, to spend a week with Mr Jackson "Green Ught" topped the best are en Washington her book' t
at Pigeon Key. renters in May 1839, it shuffled "Through One Administration NEJITTuesday '
has to around from place to place and l
: Edw Campbell gone might cause one to remember that
Charleston, S. C., on business. Zollie: Kyle visited his mother, now in May 1UI it's number ten. old Chinese saying, "The more
er Mrs, A. G. Trlpp, on Saturday. But a best renter dots not often, things change the more they remain evening
Mn. W. R. Revel and Miss Ethel mean.I best seller and "The GreenLight" the lime." "The Shuttle"Is

r Bailey spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. a W. Drlggers did not shine among thesellers. ; a story of International marriage -, MAY 26, 8 P. M.
tU what
r I MA and Mrs. John Stevens In and daughter. Lucille, were busi. No one can you Rosalie Vanderpoel, daughter
book-the book itself
South Miami. ness visitors In Miami Saturday. is a good I of an American multi-million-
must tell you. Give a book a fair
aire marries an English baronet
., C. C. Eichenberger, Carl Draw- Dennltt Lewis and Travis Ham- chance, approach of it calculation.clear of'prejudice Do-!, Sir Nigel Anstruther. For a few l\Ieetllim-
dy and Coley Redd left Monday ilton of South Miami were callerson and clear years things did Dot go so well See Him
for moment -
for IlardyvUle & C? where Mr. Mr and Mrs. H. A. Aman not imagine o any with the transplanted American
to all
Klchenberger has the contract Sunday afternoon. book can be all things men girl, then her little sister Betty Hear Him
book has -
but almost
haul a -acre bean crop every some grew up, went to visit Rosalie and
\ message for you, will give you took matters Into her own hands.
j Mr. Ceo. W. Turner Jr, Mrs. Miss from Joan Tennesssre Graham where has.she returned has- something to think about -maybe Betty seems to have a good deal ofher (Paid rollt"al Ad..u.-II

Wm. M. Johns, Mr. Chat. Turner been visiting frhnds In Maryvllle I father's executive ability It',
Miss Alice Macomber and Miss
and Knoxville for the past three
It Helen Livingston attended a meeting weeks ELECT
of Biscay Temple of the O.E. )
\ 3 in Mian*4onday evening CHOOSE ROLIATOR REFRIGERATION
Mrs. Lucille Spredloy visited
Harold Brenner and Robert her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. L,
Kllck Wednesday to upend the Barnard Sunday.
summer In Morgantown, W. Va. More Cold ThanYou'll t
Mrs Albert Campbell and f
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk and daughter, Kathleen left Monday' Ever
Jack Jr., left Wednesday on a night for Safety Harbor where
four-week trip during Which they they will spend the summer Need
M1 Will visit friends and relatives In
Lebanon, Ky. and Siidsll, La. and Geraldine Campbell has returned ,
they will attend the Texas Centennial from Lake OtoechobeQ where A
Exposition in r;>allaa.f she has been employed.
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FLORIDA CITY Mrs.her White brother who and has sister-in-law been visitIng -

f "'re, W W. a>wrr. CerrmpMidfWt Mr. and Mn O. W. Drlggers hat ,
....... 41 4 I --.. returned to Georgia. tIi

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Qoss and 1 1I
son, Pal who bar been staying Asbury Making Race

jj? Sunday In Dania for the past Jacksonville.three weeks Texas, left For School Board Post i i

4I where they will spend the summer I
J W. Abury Coconut Grove too '
\
Miss Vrrna Arnold of Hobe real estate man, is an active entrant 10 1
Sound la a guest at the home of in the four-cornered lace William D.(Bill) \
for a most on the county board of ,
Mr. and Mrs Frit Sohroeder
,
public Instruction from District SA .
JOYCE
Little Delta has been ill the first principal of Redland
Bobby ;
Life School and later 1M Ittllf
Farm as Jd.
the past week but bar condition TewPurchasing :ae
principal of the Coconut Grove
U im
now! reported to be slightly
School and as teacher of psychology pHflTNor.
i proved.
and sociology In Miami Senior Agent

Mr. and M'--C: Marshall of High, lie" enjoys a wide acquaintance

;1 ? California purchased the E:,t, Cet- in this locality educatorhas (PaW tar kf a triad) |. reXrif waMffl aft tested
Hit M
experience an i
man property on Palm avenue last
bet gained In both northern at ISM factory ia a room boner
week They plan to make their
torn here. and southern schools, he lays, as than you kiicbea will .... be.
he served for M".rll.a,. as a superintendent hot weather .
G. C. "DUTCH"K1REAND Dependable performance
'J ;: of schools In Illinois
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stllingreturned U your issuance of I IJ
and Indiana before coming to
Sunday from a one.w..kvilit Florida. aNou04 economy With** \,

Ji with friends at Holly Hill. He pledges, If elected fairness (rl,etaUoa that "eta depend o r

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thompson to every school ia District :3 In the upon you can buy food More TIC
.i.,, and daughter Anna Lou, loft employment of teachers and the cconomktlly. You can lab 1I0WTOII
L Sunday for Mount Sterling, Ky expenditure of fund Mr. Asbur Advantage of quantity specials COMPIIDIOII_ .
where they will visit Mr. Thompson says Us slogan u The ,best use krV.vef meats and vegetables ...I.d.. N.r,. .*'''-..kimftmfttyl I
school Is not too good for our hit
I a mother. Mr*. Anna Thompson. .w to better advantaged 0.4.a,11. tufttt, ''"0

ev Users My that Norge effects) =-E1: ......, :

D. Husband returned last week year-mend "taflnfi, to ftl .".... :hMlII -
;' from the Kendall hospital to Which DWNI&Ia. were nil Jtr ttt ..areasesa/
i he had been taken two weeks ago. "r1 "" ....., "1er"Norge
; Come la. Let es show role the
Mrs Husband Is still at the hospital -
Model k. aly. suited *
per *
but la reported to be much
'f'I better. recjuiresneaa. Lotus Oooie tAe jterrVffWetof wftA the
I oxp1.1. the buying..... thaC press Action LzlUt CombMtfofl /.

Mrs. Maude Whitehead movedto drone"i Make It ao My to pay for.Come Bottle and Dairy Rock *

Homestead last week. is today or tomorrow noreioNORGE- S&fof fUflly Barked AJjutt.

i .' .v/9 Vf IfvifiWiMHjv Atfro-

: sane f//.. l l/eH Closely

1 v, DR.B.RGATLINDentist Spaced Shelf Ben AfonyItttltftlf

I Candidate SUPERVISOROF for .' other improvements

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NORGE SHOP
HOMESTEAD
I 1 1i IBM DenMcrallo Primary

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Phone 83
About Him 99 North Krome A\',nueI'

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Fourteen THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday 22.1936.

.... .. meats of county government It
.N-wN/NNIIYMMNM/MN1NN -NNINY INI -- I
I I Candidates for Major Offices Draw I Ms campaign .is successful i

i Homestead Rally I i AUsIx candidates for the off lop I ,
I HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS I I Large Audience tp of sheriff were present Fund each r t:

I received fair; modicum of ap-
I i (Continued From Page Eleven) Luke, Miami druggist said he pieties, a: the" conclusion of hit
BY IV'ELLA BACLlt running on a business man'* brief talk Speaking in the order
was II
1 ....,.... ,....................................., .. .. ................ ..... .........N... ...._ :1: as perintendent chief surgeon and hospital su- platform He thought there were mttfHtr Can Hardle Leslie

The high school is voting this lands and seas, lakes river and I Four candidate for purchasing already too many lawyers in the Quigg, Earl Venno L. R. Weston,
week for "Who's Who" in the sen- streams mountain range and agent submitted their claims to itate legislature. He favored reduction I Ernest R. Williams and the Incum-
ion c..... This will/. be published plateaus, cities and the number i;i the office William D. Joyce said of the automobile license bent, D. C. C lemen. Little was
In the paper next week I of Inhabitant in a place they have that It elected he Intended to see and charged one of him. opponent I said that has not already been reported -
yet many things to loam about that Homestead growers' and merchants with Inside connection through in these columns in describing -
The Junior art working hanl geography. Of course all of those| got a better share of the which he was linked to the Shbltzadministration previous rallies in Homestead
tot the Junior-senior banquet, things help in geography but nobody i county business than they had I and Redl nd. Pledges to correct
which will be held tonight in the can know all of It. Geography Ilea i been receiving heretofore He said Okell heatedly denied any alliance crime conditions said to exist under .
American Legion hall The.will room living subject and nobody can that when he is ready to retire he with Sholtz or the present ad- the present regime were the
be decorated in Mother Goose learn It alL It changes day by I win settle in the Redland District ministration, saying that Holt had I keynote of a series of indirect onslaughts -
rhyme. Mother Goose pictures day week by week, month by I II Honesty and eocnomy In of absolutely no data or Informationwith upon the record of the Incumbent -
In color about five feet high will month and year by year" been "abused and neglected by the which to back his charges who was held responsible
IH around the walls of the room. Incumbent, who had betrayed the He decried mud-slinging "in whichhe for lax law enforcement by his
The toast reiponaet also will be The seventh grade boys won people who elected him" He alleged did not intend to participate"He opponents..
in rhyme I over the sixth grade, 18-13, lest I that 95 per cent of his op favored reduction of the gasoline

Monday in diamond ball The I ponent's campaign workers were tax and wa opposed to any .: .. ..
After the pupil of Mra Field's eighth grade girl played the sixth on the payroll, whereas he was new form of taxation and to lot
home ream bad received Mr. Som- grade Wednesday The sixth, waging a "poor man' campaign machine The 4J
meri consent, they went to the and seventh grade boys played He reviewed his business record Charlie Dillon said he would put Perfect
Venetian Pool In Coral tablet Wednesday for the championshipIn I end promised, If elected, to earn I I the office I back on "the right side
Mgt Friday to celebrate their half- diamond baiL The sixth grade promotion to a better job at the I of the books' if he was elected Vacation ,

holiday. The party was well enjoyed boys and girls defeated Redland I end of his term clerk of the criminal court of record 5Y
by all The home room lost Friday Clarence L. Wheat, Incumbent, I He did not care to "be a Restore pep and energy bf combining -
mother, Mr H P McDunlel and denied the various charges hurledat room mate of George McCall", he l a health court and vacation
Mr*. Julian Webster, assisted by Mrs. FUwlds class was sorry | him by each of his three opponents laid, and promised to operate the -play while getting well ,1
F. L. Mcjlwiln, helped to flake to lose Felix Bullard and Jean- He said 90 per cent of his office honestly and efficiently<< in Find the nujlc Key to Health "
the party big fuoesss I nette Burton who left this week. purchase had been made In Dade an effort to erase ill former bad at this world famous Institution ':
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County, and claimed he had always record. founded by Bcriurr Mtcfadtlen, < .lt
Mr. Moomaw'l sophomores wel-' Mia Ray' class wa sorry to co-operated with Homestead Cecil Watson said 40 of his 48 Where multi art often ouracu* .' .1
come to their clau Jane Keelcy lose Billy Simmons who baa goneto merchants Wheat said he had years had beet spent in Dade low.Health ,)
from Tampa. In English the North Carolina. been compelled to run for the office County, where he had gained his Chaulauqua and Physb 'I
sophomores are studying and, "four times In five years" and schooling and business training csl Culture Con..tiOlllune. Julf s :!i
writing paragraph\ in preparationfor Virginia Burton was transferred asked Uxfce returned so that he He said his record of service as and Augwt Special program each
theme next year I' to Miami this week. "could enjoy the salary for two county commissioner for five week" Sponi.tompetilive gamisa
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more years I term should suffice to prove his entertainment, exercise., hikes, ten
J
The biology pupil are taking up Miss Williams' class mUses Jack Speaking on behalf of their i ability to manage the office of nit, twunmng.. golf dandfig. I
the itudy of parultes They had : Kemp who is absent because ofchicken candidacy for the state legislatureIn criminal court clerk capably and Congenial companion Pleasure

a field trip and observed colon I pox. Winifred Burton, I Group 1 were George B. Holt, ; efficiently He promised close cooperation and for '
of ant and termite In chemistrythe Betty Arrant and Belle done Bui- J. D. Luke and George S. OdelL : with all other depart- enjoyment everyone. ,t
class had an experiment of I lard left this week. This ftjat health mort tlsuperriied 0
Holt likened Dade
County to
Iron compound The general icl- by experienced opens,
a cow that was being fed at this
ones clam t* studying the nervous The names of Eileen Scherr and end Ne drags sMdicmes nor opera. I 0o
Dade
by taxpayers and milk-
system, and the useful science Jacqueline Geiger are to be add- ed lions. Natural swthods only. A +,
at the other end by smaller TOrWSENDITiS'
clan I I. studying method of heat ed to the honor roll that was given northern counties. He delightful and charming: atmot- x
promised '
transfer.In out last week. to remedy this condition, if elected phere of friendliness and foot 11lat.

I and also pledged himself to Introduce fellowship.
home economic this week Miss Jackson's class hopes that a bill to abolish clot ma- Moderate rafts, fine food, cook ,4
the twelfth grade prepared snick' Ruth Byrum will be able to
comeback chines. He invited attention to his fortibl MOBS, restful sleep. Ask
I er-doodles; the tenth grade cream to school soon. Betty Rene successful career in the practiceand for "Boole of Views" and rate
puffs and doughnuts; the ninth Simmons has gone on a vacation. '
teaching of law a* an indication schedule. No obligations. Write. ;
grade, neopolitan jells I and toss ;
t fritter; the eighth grade, potato apple ...... ?..?_".........._,W INMINIMLNNNNN. of he his sought ability to handle the office today.

( salad: and the seventh grade, bran I ,
\ muffin SOCIAL EVENTS 774 PHYSICAL ; ,.

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CULTURE HOTEL Inc. .
The eighth grade girl playedthe Concentrate On lf.

seventh grade girl in diamond (Continued From Page Nine) car. DANSVULB NEW YORK
JERRY W. CARTERYour
( hall this week and won J7-&. The, StudatiU, Mr* Sarah Martin, Mrs.Ellen VWxMa IMtA IMAM HUM H fmMnftM
: eighth grade boy won over the: Martin: Mia Myrtle I RO PALM True Blue Proven till.PMOT

I seventh grade this week, ID-IS Counce, Mia Claudia Conner, Miss Friend For '
Everyone in each of the eighth Esty Martin Jennie Stud UU, Bet I ]EGeneral GOVERNOROrganiser .1

'I grade spelling classes made 100% ty Ray Clark, Leon Hilliard, EdwPacetU .
In spelling this week except three Robert Grubbs, Grady and President 'I'Jr

j Walter' and Walter Goldin,. Townsend Club, No. 1, TTtiamlStop
In Latin Eugene Schorr. Alta Tallahassee FlORIDA let
Webster, Dorothy Syke and Ce- CARD Or THANKS
litp
I celia Harper are ahead In translating We wish to express our thanks (from kiwi HmJd)
5.aa.a.d uhMi'DMl mH saes Iran '
their three assignments Alta and appreciation for the flowers Carpe afMUnn abnluUIr aMM* )1'
Webster I* ahead In accuracy She and kindness shown us id our recent us ase.a.pu.m lie ba it" ,,,,,
made 100% on. each of her three sorrow. Jay e.rt. ;;;;bore II ...... m
tPata.l'n. I. D. CLAPP lea all racedo to ."end"" at if
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P penile l aaauaa .
I MR. a. MRS. DELBERT CLAPP Public Utilities ; J
public 'iP alhI'he higher MRS. FLORENCE VAN VRAN- NOTli' see Personal Utter fAppnekum I 1 tttll ')(
i grade are working on their 10- KEN froas Dr. W. E.TcwitMOd ) J.4in
I minute speeches for their examination MRS. HELEN E. ALLEN Homestead Phone 5 8-M U sorry Carte:: ,
Make Every Vote Count
MR. & MRS. JACK NORTON. 'IulJ'r
I
Jerry Caner I* a Tt-wasendlte
sir* Last and AD uw Time :
Mr.. Ideas'; eighth grade enjoyed,I (tilt Political AM.artt.aet) .III!
R das party last Friday evening
at the home of D Piche I

were on Avocado played sandwiches I.rI'1ite, pickles games I H. Leslie Quigg Would Protect People's i ,)1'1

and Ice cream were served by the, II '). .
room mother, Mrs. Piche<< and Rights and State Assets 'elm
Mr. W. K. Walton. Mrs Lucas DIePage
wa a guest : FOR
I I SHERIFF

The notebook In sanitation are' tt Mjiotelpotcicia.
I due this week for the entire school anci
> term. In I A scrupulously honest Rev
sanitation the class I* : '
studying the evil effect! of alcohol man. Sui
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and tobacco I 112 8. E, SECOND AVENfK ,,4uir
car. (
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The following composition was A natural leader of All Outside Rooms with i PalkI
written by Wanetta Koestline of ; 1
", the teventl1lfade: men. Private Bath

; "The Creek word1 'geography' I j e
d.'L. COOL. CLEAN QUET .
f means description of the earth. + A keen, efTi Went or. j p1fl
I' It doesitt refer to just boundary 4 Overlooking Blscayne Bay
r, line between states and countries ganizer. .

t t It somebody thinks that when they Two Blocks to Shops, !
know the continent>. 41.itcs and .,N
, countries so that t]" \ ,in recite lIe, will give South Theatre and Business j

; them glibly they m mistaken.
;Dade deputy who Will Section
a i
: That Is not alt of gcogi dpily."It I H
SAMUEL W CETZEN
: someone \know the names of, be satisfactory to this Candidate for RATES t

k ,. section. STATE TREASURER
\ sits. It hi* platform, Mr. Getaan $1.50single$2.50doDbIe Teeeft
.tat**, "A State Treasurer end a

I PATVFOR NO OTHER MAN IN THE SHERIFFS RACEIS member State of Boards the various, I shall constitutional strictly- I Special Family, Weekly and ,;

WELL FITTED FOR THE JOB. enforce laws for protection ef tje: HaatUy Rates sS.
$0 people sad"th..t. ef. the State
j GOVERNOR PaW hIkiNItI. ef t UeM*. I D. McCtCAEY, rresricter
I ffaihiut .M. "w'\' ..........1 < Paw P.wwar A/wari.rak *

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I'I ,ffcrhe Churches II I Program Help) Redland Sunday Will LeagueA \ CLASSIFIED ADS"RATE -: I



program consisting ot readings -

music and pantomime will be t : first Insertion 104 a line, subsequent insertions

I given next Sunday evening it I 80 aDne _
BAPTIST slay ached, t:(I .. m. The EtRer o'clock In the Redland Community -

I John D. Wing, D. D.. Church: by the expression pupil -
tea41-Tho Rev C. N. LL. D. diocesan will visit St of Mrs. Ceo. E. Reed: Betty FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

a ker, pastor Sunday school atm John's and administer the sae- I Campbell Carol, Betty and Jan- FURNISHED APT. Conveniently TUNING and
.
Preaching at 11 a. m. tartest ef holy confirmation Ice Lee Marie and Myra Buhor.
arranged, very low summer rate. Good used piano for sale chi up.
| m.; B.Y.P.U. at 7 p. m at 11), ... No 11 .. service .
p. at I a. .. I and Marjorie fogleA 111 N. W. 4th St (pm22) W. E. Koon. .UI N. W. 3rd Si
ayes service Wednesday or May ItEVANGELICAL this program U given to assist -

the Epworth League In tending FOR RENT -room furnished REAL ESTATE

Mar It-Morain sermon LUTHERAN delegate to the League Institute houae Modern conveniences.Close .

e i Truth A* II I* In Jesus: St John's-Redland; the Rev. a tree will offering will betaken In. Phone 3704 (pmU) I ACREAGES AND GROVES

Evening sermon: "Neglecting Ceo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday The public U moat cordially APT. FOR RENT, second floor t specialize In Redland properties.
school each at 10 Invited Send mo listing of
alien.. Sunday a. m. Home your propo ty
Home building. Apply
English service on second Sundayof The League will have a short for sale

-The Rev Noah Peter- each month at S p. m and Ger- meeting before the program, and bid,. (m8-lS CHARLES L BROOKS

F48 ''pastor. Sunday school at 10dmT man service on fourth Sunday at alt members are asked to attend FOR SALE 110 N. E. first St. Mi ml

: preaching at 11 *. m. andtSO 8pm.

p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 11:30: Po vu.prayer REAL ESTATE-Those who want
service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- METHODIST EPISCOPAL Modern Kitchen Saves GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon to buy or sell Redlnnd Di.t1It't

iday. Housewife Many Steps Jungle Grove Redland. real estate will find up-M-riiite
Florida City Community Church
listings In our office Many of
CATHOIJCMarch I -the Rev. C. G Nelson, pastor GRAPEFRUIT. 7Sc per bushel! these listing art still at subnormal -

Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching Probably no room In the house chayotes for planting, lOc each. price We shall appreciate -

of the Sacred Heart at 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayers has received at much study by the I Jungle Grove, Redland. either your Inquiries or

St.. becond avenue, Homestead;I\ and Bible study Wednesday at experts aa the kitchen, and the FOR SALE-Man' bicycle practically your listings, all of which will
Rev, James Cloonan, pastor Ideal kitchen la still to be
the. 730.: design-II
new. 110 N W. 4th SLmati have our best attention. Now i*
Sunday mass at 8 a. m.; week day ed. However, much progress toward
( ) the time to buy. B. W. Monti,
,mass at 7:43 dally Sunday school Redland Community Churchthe that goal has been made, and now associated with H. A. Cameron -
following P o'clock mass. Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor inconveniences
,Sunday the Inefficiencies and Sanl-Sect Pyrethrum Spray for
N. W. 1st St. In ClllKMi
,Communion for women the first Church school at 10; preaching at of the old fashioned kitchen killing mosquitoes, ants, files, Bank BJd,. Phone 72.

,Sunday of month; for men and 11. Epworth League at 6:30. Midweek I have been found so glaring that' moths, etc. Pt 2Jc; gal, $1.75.

toy, the second Sunday of month. prayer and Bible study It la remarkable that they have Edgar Marian, W. Bauer drive. WANTEDWANTEDman

'Holy hour Thursday before first Thursday at 710.: i gone to long undiscovered. (aloe)

..frlday of month at 7:48 p m. Mass Mar 24 Special program alt In old house the kitchen was I and wife to n>

J first Friday at 7 JO a, m. Bene- p. m. by pupils of Mrs. Geo. I roomy, and the equipment was FOR SALE-White New H. Zealand cupy furnished house on grove.
rabbit, BOc each M. Lyon, I
'
flcttan 'of the-'Blessed\ Sacramentafter ,E. ..... scattered about without any, rent free, June 15 to Sopu 1.
R. F. D. 1. Box 663 (mrJTU) I
mass. thought of relation between the References Box 930, Route I.

.' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE METHODIST EPISCOPAL, various unitsThe number ef' STEAMED BROWN BREAD any Homestead (pn>22)

1 SOUTH miles a woman walked dally In time Saturday Lb. coffee Can

"I'11orI ) City-Broadway and the fashioned kitchen Is truly size 20c; with raisins or nuts WANTED-9 porcelain two-b>rn-

7 !SXU> street Sunday school at White Stone Chareh-Home- astonishing 2S& Leave order at S, L. West er electric ranges with ovtns.
stead; the Rev. A. A. KOt'IUlne'1 Must be bargain Eva E. Co lin-..
.'.45 a. m. for pupil under 20 yean A test was conducted by expert home, 106 N. W. 5th St
of.age; morning service at 11 pastor. Sunday school at t:30 a'i to see how many operation were Federal Highway and Blsci. \rx'
m; preaching at 11 a, m. and I LEGAL NOTICES drive.
o'clock, Wednesday evening ser- required and how many steps Uk-
p. m Junior League at I:30 p.
I ivicM which Include te.Urqonlallof en In the old kitchen and the new MANGOES, SAPODILLAS .nd
HI at 8 45 Senior
League
m
: : p. m.; NOTICKI
healing and experience and remarks In preparing a similar dish A all kind of tropical fruits ,nd
League at 7 m. Prayer meetIng ..art U depart wry soon for the
on Christian Science, 8 p. p. strawberry shortcake was selected land ........ A. ........ N$,,_. I want vegetables in aeaaon Hlt-rnil
'm The public I* cordially Invited at 8 p. m. Wednesday ail mmiiiM to ... ml k. KM M I aaakalaara.
for preparation and accurate count thai and arrant for payments.W. prices and prompt scttlertitnt.
to, attend. Morning message 'Right kept. The results were: 87 operations 1. CARTKH Write advising of quantities

fy Mar 14 Lesson eousness Through Faith" I and 281 step in the old I LEGAL NOTICES available, variety and eall liest

!"topiot "Soul and Bod,." evening message "The Wom- kitchen against (4 operation and shipping date. RAFAEL R. DA-

an at the Welt" 4} steps In the new. Multiply this Tka Annual fttockboloVn. Mnatltttf IN* the VILA, Commission Men hint,

CHURCH OE.CHRISTilUomestead : May 27-Bible study. by the number of dishes preparedand FLORIDA EAST COAST rKRTlLIZKRHIMPANY 120 Convent Av, New York
u ( will to at IM plant InHomaalaad
some idea of the inefficiencyof r.. City.
.
MurMji, nl M Ml Tua daJUIM
-First avenue and Silver Palm Community Church the old kitchen may be had. a. IMSlltnad.

It, :WW\ Fifth street T. J. Hunton, -the Rev. H. G. Cowan, pastor. The modern kitchen I* oblong In 0. WALTER MOODY..._Idonl. .-/d"r .der-... ._. ,..Ialos, MM ON I.u ""r"

,1 lnl ter. Bible study at 10 a,. m.;;, Sunday school every Sunday at 10a. shape with the equipment arranged A. D. ... u. Trans.IMay I Dated Uhi ilk day .f lI.t. A. D Sat
fellowship and' I n s. luna III. LKx: M WORI.fcY. _1.1 Meals
Communion services on first
m.; preaching In sequence of operations; the In "._...
v preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at third and fifth Sunday at 11 a, petition of the doors and windowsare the cir.alt Cram a IM 1t"I JodI I JOHN A. BOUVirR 1HolMtM ..
,&30 p. m. Prayer meeting WedMsday m. and 8pm. carefully considered to give I".I C/r.a1a I. and for Dade Coot.'r.r. I far Complainant..
.... .. him I M., .. 1.. n. 11
at 7:30 p m.CHURCH proper access to the dining room In the Matter of Uw ADOPTION Or
METHODIST FaIl CHARLES RICHARD WHIDDON aa InCklld .
L and the service entrance and tolight
OF GOD : f.Ndlr.
Forlda'City-Mrs. Ernest War- the various item of equip I eI Intention I. Apply for A .,U.. NEWT G. BALL

j ROIIINlu4-IJ01 N.. W. First ;en. pastor Sunday school ment; storage facilities are carefully TO WHOMROrVKR.1 "low: IT HAY CONCERN

f avenue; Rev. Geo. Lorton, pastor; 2:30: p. m.; preaching 3:30 and 8 studied to provide ample Yon ara hnvkr MHirM. that the andrralranl loury leakage

Sunday school at 9:49 a. m.;,; p. m.; Young people meeting, I space but not to have so much excess JOHN T MATTHEW A. MATTHEW, husband and M.and IXAHKTH riRH IIUACK: : AND

treadling at 11 a. rn. and 7:30 p, 7:IS; Junior meeting S:30 Tuesday; space that the temptation to'' wife, will apply to ona of tha Jurtm of "DRE) LIRPh

*&Senior COO. Society 6:30 p.I prayer meeting 7:30 p. m. Thursday I hoard unnecessary articles Is too' the Florida Circuit. al Mia Court County In and Court for Dada Hour County at Ml. M N. Kroum Ate,

!rtuj Intermediate C. 0 G. S, In great The proper height of most. KtorWa. ,>n the nth da* af Jews A.
,>*riona2B: 6:30 ,J). m. Mid-week I equipment has been determined O ISS. ..1lie kour at S,t* A. M. Of anaoatt

prayer service at '7:30: }0. rr. Wed- I PENTECOSTAL : with the result that counter and hoed tharaafur for an ordw an mid and ivplM-atfno oaeraa aajlharWMtha war ka

sinks and stove tops have been set aduatkm of CHARLie RICHARD
ay. Goulds-Rev. C. C, Hansber er. at between 32 and III Inches, de. W811>DOH. .. infant. af tha ... af an.pratlmatrtr W. Maxwell ,SmithINSURANCE

CHURCH OF THE NAZAKENECllomestead pastor, Sunday school _t 8:41::;: pending upon individuals inrm A Matthawi fifteen and mmlka.KIlMhath I kr the T Hal aaM

preaching at 11 a. m. and 7;30 pim i t All possible nooks and ...._ husband and wlfa. and for the
-The Rev Howard .; Young people's meeting 6:30 Corners tkanalna, of Lna name uf theM infant rm. AITO STORM: AND: SAYS

,JckeJ, pastor Sunday school al p. m.;'Ladies' prayer circle, Tuesday .' where dirt may accumulate are b purauant> IAMUKI u. tka ANTHONY pnvlakma MATTHEWS"! kartl..i.> I Phone a4"H

143: a. m.; preathlrig at 11 a. mind .. at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer eliminated a* far a* possible; floor SOT U, !Hunt Ind...'... nf the (..impll .I Office In MrCrery Arcade
coverings are washable and stainless ..._ .
lot
l n rMn
General <
7:80 p m.; N. Y. P. S. and service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. ; the walls back of the counter DATED al Miami Dad. County rl.rl;, I
.junior meeting at 630: p. m i .... tkla lath lay nf Mw A, I). lull
PRESBYTEEIAV CHURCH shelve and ranges are covered JOHN A IIATniItWR.III.I&ABJ'I'H .
.Prayer meeting Wednesday evening -
+
I with washable materials In fact, : T. MATTHKWfl The sharp Cheddar t
$ 7:30riineeUn. '
IRA ( HAYCOrK Atbirnay for
Homestead Krome avenue at I every Item In the kitchen ha* been Ja A. Matthew..nd IltaaU.ll.T '
-the. Rev. C. H. Con- N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nel- studied and I.I still being studiedto MaUkawi, kwkand and wTra. that spreads I

1 M 'Jon, pastor. Sunday school at IMSpreaching ;; son, minister Bible school at try and reach that rainbow's la Ika Clrrall Cain nf the El."nk It.dlrlal .
at 10-4): a m and 1:30'pm. : 10 a. m.; preaching at 11. a. m.. end-the perfect kitchen. .tlrrnlt af riwlda. In .., ,...
In (kannra N.. 4 tlada a .Junior meeting at 8:30, young and I p m. Young peoples meeting 1 1I i 'RR or TAX SALE
I
'people t meeting at 6:30. Prayermeeting at T:30. 1I I ( FHTIKH' TE
I LARO CORPORATION. a Fkirlda r"r.1
Wednesday at 7 JO p. m. May 24 -Mornlngi sermon 1I Let Us ....-"... Malallff. >a. MATTIE M. KINSMAN -
I sell A. N KINa..AN. .... hmM.ul. ,
U EPISCOPAL oa "The Atonement"; com SOUTHLAND rROrHRTir: IN .. *
by riarMn r irporaUon M, A. HMI1H, a. '
munion. Evening pageant
.121,81. Joha'a-S. E. Second avenue RejuvenateYour llquMaUr RIHCAYM .
.and fourth street Homestead; the women of the church directedby I FANV, a narlda nrponnlmi.ITI1NW 1
\ Gee E. Ruehle. STATES MORTGAGE aad TRUST COM CreamedOLD
Rev Wm. C. Taylor, Jr.. pastor Mrs. i Car pANY. a N.. Yark corporation. NORTHLAND .
I Sundays: S a. m. and Ham.;; TEMPLE OF rnoPKHTia: INC.a rh.rhlaaw"e""to I
SPIRITUALIST
,Sunday school '.41. Friday: 7 a. I .Jlra af ......... Mpg ENGLISHIt
:m, Corporate tommunion of Wornens Tat'TlIJlomeateadbranch Wood Work Motka la karakr tnn thai andar and .
.., .. ha the tinslon tht-tonsi
I kr authority of the rlnnl Ow. af K"t
/ { Auxiliary first Friday of each of Miami Body Fender Repairs _..* rMdarad kf Ika 11-,' PAUL. flavor of rare sharp cheese .
; 'IIIonth. of Truth in U RARNB ma af the ,....*. af the < Irml ;d
Spiritualist Temple Creami
and Ifssprwdabl* Try
Court af the KHmlkudlrlal: llr taf
Woman Club 410 N. W. Eighth Tops and TrimmingSeat Klarldn ra and for lad. Count*. .n the Old English In sandwiches pIt.I'.
May 24. St Vincent' Pay: I
:
Men Bible class and lad dar Mar A D IMS In thai .r- toasted I
I: I'll a. m. Holy EncharM. ear- avenue Covers Lan Muse In .aid I''njrt pending In whkk or
communion el acolytes! young people lyceum at 7:15 p. LARD CORPORATION a rk.rl<.. ''lio.1 A Kraft ProductI
: healing by Dr J. Carl Hobson Painting Man I- and :
> a. m. warning; prayer *:49Jk m; :-AlI'= : : : '

a. m.. church schoolMay at 745: lecture and message at Mad.1I
Rev. Sails Hobson I Maatrr I% Uianotrr napalnUd kr the count
SI (OeUr ef the As- 6 p. tn. by the to aa d darrna, ender and kr rlrlaa of too
.It eenaloDI Holy Eucharist: 1 Art's Paint Shop I serves tharaaf win few fork and aril II
:/ ,
kllajfat >7 Ie lien. kkikart and bet Mdd r
.. ". ra-k W th. South Imo daOT .> IkaMH
(03 N KROME AVE. < Ham af ftada C-.... la ties. (If a(
May II. PenUcest Sunday (:=flu I Miami. rinrlna aa Ika Id dar >f Jose A. ..
Holy Eucharist. I .. m.: S.aTurner's I I.... katwoa tie fcaun '"( Mnan ?',1..'
: J A. M. and lw* ,"flark p. II the lama J IM
being a .loser ..!.> day ..d the kaur ika
basal kaun af .>!.. the following >- ,.bed
I I araawrtf ...... IB Pad ()au.... rkuldaRICK.M
Home EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING ......, K
f Funeral '-
I.... I and ..t sleek I
umIT'IN..J .. 'M ..t ..MuK
( ....IR. AM8t'I.4NCK SERVICE' HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOPM. .me4.d M 'lal1.' ItM
af kka public Rear *t UUa UwMrinrtla. <
lady Alleetdant I). J MOUSES, Prop. .
y 1 ."... now. nwartf an afeto'all" I-s.tloe
Phone Ut-ft it ohx+tvsd. r-.... I" X, Vise A,.... Phone l4 I .1tIo all tM trwn..wtw b.asal awi.wt. Aced
w a.pw..raer Mwassla bell18e, go 111

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Sixteen THE LEADERENTERPRISE_ Friday May 22,1936. ..


Homestead Boy Scoots :, dent and general wits inanagerof businetr contribute' to' the new '"How, Aiucb"arelyohr'dom17"' .

DADE VETERANSGET the Chevrolet Motor Co., an* car results by: keeping dealer inventories Clerk "Five dollar up to
To Take Merit Tests
nounced. Sale for the :year to advantageously low" twelve." "I

$2,000,000 May 1, totaling 40t, :30, art a new Same: "How much for one nil
Homestead Boy Seoul will poet all-time record for the first four
Sweet Inquirer (to hotel clerk): nlghtT"-Ex.
annual Inspection at the examining months of the year ,
IN BONUSBONDS court to be held at Scout -- -
The achievement followed elope'on
\ headquarter here at S p. m., 't
a record-breaking March,
Tuesday, May 28, and all parents
which until April figure were In,
and friends of the boa are invited I
Raleigh Petteway
Early Payment PlannedBy stood M the greatest single month
to be present it the cere
U. S. Chevrolet ever tltperl Md. j 1
Treasury mony. A. 8. Macfarland, of Ml
Wilcox Says emit scout encvUY8and the April sales represent an tn%j

scout eomminlonen of Did crease of nearly SI per cent over! FOR GOVERNORNOT

County will be present aka In April. 1136, which total 1

Washington, D. c., May 15- Vnder the leadership of Scoutmaster led 99,811 The first tour months'i} ( an Administration Candidate)
The treasury department plant to
per'
A. A. Koestline, pastor of sales were an Increase of 48
pour more than two million dollars cent over-those of IS35, which'were |
the Methodist Church the troop
HE STANDS FOR
la bonus bond Into Bade ,
274, 131
I hat to (9 members, of
grown
County by the tint of July, Congressman
-I
J. Mark Wilcox announced which 83 boys are full fledged SaId of used Can in April total- REPEAL: el tile SLOT MA
I Scout, and 37 comprise the Cub led 187,370. Mr. Holler reported!
this week CHINK LAW. It nut be lifted
I pack. Merit badge for higher producing a total of 1711,1 M used I l
According to present plant WU- ratings are to be awarded on the car tales for the tint four months | frem the ttatate book
cox WM told, the entire payment,
finding of the examining court. Both theme figure represent new
to Dade County veterans will be OLD AGE SECtlRlTT.
aU time highs. The greatest prevlout -
made between Jute It and July I.I >
single uaed-car month In the!
Under tile law, the bonds are not' CHEVROLET SETS REAL HOME EXEMPTION
company's history was March,I
payable until June IX and unmarried
widows
lor
-
,
1930, when 174.M2 unite were sold.
Member of congress are being and the greatest corresponding JlOurmantha' ] rr persons a* well M head el
informed., the gigantic admin* NEW RECORD FOR
period was in 1WO.I families.
Istritive set-up for the payment when sales totalled 438,431. j j"AU I
it functioning smoothly! and official I MONTHLY SALES rt The plan sponsored by tile
believe phases of the dealers .;
be
thy will ready to
I Florida Edaeattal A.. as
begin the entire payment on June lIeU shared In the tmreaa, Mr I
Holler tald. "Whether considered UM bed plan yet devtaed.
IS I
or ai soon at the law permit May:
They estimate It will take about Detroit, Chevrolet from the standpoint of total unit
two week for the distribution. dealers' ear and truck sales In sale, of truck sale* -or of used j liven abalbhinrtax en f asoliae -

Although no exact figure are April totalled 114UIll1tt., setting Car sales, April act a brand new1! wed en the farm and by

available, Congressman Wright I a new all-time high mark for mark. Heavy volume of used car'!' boat.
any single month in the company' I
Pabnan foremost agitator for the
bonus payment estimated that the history, W. E. Holler, YOU CAN TRUST THIS MAN

veteran in Dade County would I. vlceopre.I-I'
receive 12,134,441.11. Patman laid filed application for
Plain Talk
number be Very "All the way with Petteway"Paid
his estimates were baaed on reliable 1| will fined :: I

figures from the veteran ed by state Inspectors, no extension ( Political Advertisement)

administration and other of time has been granted.Rally'Round .
byStafford ,
agencies and are believed ledenl'l

fairly accurate

The bonds will be dated June !

IS, 1938, and will mature on Juno

19, 1945, but shall be redeemable'I

"at the option of the veteran or I Wm. C. HODGES

nil estate at any time, at such

places, Including postoftlcea at I r

the secretary of the treasury shall 'HOMESTEAD BILL"
designate"

Veteran who have Candidate for
a stationary '. ,
\
mailing address should re-
celv the bond without difficulty I ,GOVERNORHODGES .a

it was told, while every effort will Caldwell
I
be made to find those who have ywsah

changed addresses, Mr. Wilcox
was assured. I
Candidate forGOVERNOR
'
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Motor Boat Owners ""', with"
flung now life tol..w'I8O.
Warned of Deadline'! S.W S6mlLustresaw

Enametold i Washable sanitary

of FloridaI wall Anlth for
I
.
Owner of motor boat in thit'1erritol'J goal
In a" bath-
who have not yet com- .. fort eewdsg d.yla2 fOOtIIlaundry.kitchen. S1.ttII.Ict01IIck ".

plied with state regulation requiring -: km MM out boldly and Strongly II No "'-
the .. tawhw UM rtarMa Recovery Act.Tula woodwork
re-numbering of all tablet,
I important .... In the interests ftkruskt Redecorate Chem' ,
boat In Florida water, are warned aha .h.10..sale at Florida. .... ,11I.M favorlle IMmel coignm
that the deadline of April 1 la the ...... ban year. with .pply., Dries to I 19C. New Flows for ONto
with
has pasted and that they are liable I As a native Floridian barn end tcary. ponel.ln-likl 3nish.r ,
to a penalty of |10 for noncompliance I .. .we..M yo* I Cement .bPIi.rs SWFIoorlnamelOulckdlylni

with the law. I are that vllllx UM iMnhMMM that she Items tf, F1.0.do ..-... i Ii apply .

According to I bulletin Issued ; ,.' on should be "rallied to central ant \ on wood,
by A. J. I .'. pant.I emd MM tkt wl.bes, .( IktMtlt I lIIIenl or
Angle, collector
of cue l> Florida, S11'1
torn for tin atate, a great many I I ,inol9um
application have been !! because stands to The FluI4. ante.ery Act 10 .1.. does. ;
filed by In the Go as obese \
owner for Which' new numbers I far ahead, hat been I =' N wa 52 2.rwe .r I
I
have not yet been assigned. In viciously I slanderedby ,..HI tMur-tt MM tot their with iMllMi.nhMl their. J.: Ute ktw hayed beastFanow

such: cases the fines will not be the usual age the rr*-1., till*** at 'M l : ,
Imposed. Thou who have not, old sickening dirt National <%.!. Store System ....... la III 'cleared s-W Pottsh-ol
kr ktiidrt* W MllllMU ml mult*
I spread by the professional F
polltlclal Capitol Mat Mw where Whole iltl-itu null _ttm_It*l U rUrttara ft". Saw flaxoap !selimit....."...."..-...1,.
I do and over IU .rWlu I* new
! ELECTNATHAN and because r..M.et .11I".01. .. ....... ... ell soap) this 011 to astoasrwe
I hn.e.d .1 prk.
trss,aei bring and blessed. leaseM %
HODGES led the fight forth (100 p
.. You'llfor
I vklrk or FtarhMM one itllr be"anay. need. Try It.
i masses of the every cleaning ) .
to CI ash
MAYOCommissioner people to taxes its U"lt" One poll .
i get ....' I beer esme eat bolder and .Iweys Uti SVF M-ot
off their hornet and f-- I. raver 01 Ihh Art to .... ot !this 09
; I to kill the tale tax. seat nor ".pl0 again" CapitalaleVeal. tour $1 I II. else Floor Varnish
I I may be .m'..... d.a."awd i.., Iptdal 1 price. -
The "big interests"don't .... .w"64 editorially by 1: Waterproof, oft Itt
{ .. .. ,
Mass I.any state a.on raw
I want ...,.... _.." or Mknwkw kr ...hl.. where the wear' 'Is
HODGES because he stands ...._.. and 0'_._ C>ntl.l vkkklllMM fumliure
.a.ads W 4fUmn fMrlM ) for sI'43woodwork.
openly for old age 1iI..._ "............ .
and mother r J I
pensions
What ore raa gains to tie ...., N' .
I and because Art r.. In ftvv .. .'- iMMMt (_
nktknl tr are rM III t"* mt ItttlncMM
tor' the
Van I HODGES' taxi Money how bank .( :. NtlMniilCk I EE
free hornet made ,
l store System mistral wr .110 { >

I these; special Inter messengers Mca Satin..ft 604 w eventually.....1.I_no and thin"as w As to 2,1,40,0He'" i f '.., __

ests" shoulder their ,
saw Plan"
I proper part of theta Saw flo-Wax fOM
-W '
IC burden. If the aids .= their Intel :.robs:.: '
t voter recognize mt Mt U .." than ikMiM f._ Brtlirtlt "",a. a 5
onily
I lip 19C
.,
'
They .Maid kt tl Ikt Side ...u 1
HODGES' peat service to the t( klckl _... ...... M Ikt side 01 ..$17t...... . r.
i Government f. e.. -'. ......" ofe..era..nl
average citizen by kr M.n.IIMU TtKlnk IISTAITOaO f\J1 bM >o
rallying: to his ban- 9- =ads 01 prepares the 01ol.
:
I 01401-JuRM'
.t Florid "a ooweiMeowdpw .::.
ner, this leader of 4 Midi pest ante Its 15 .........
t the masses, known l

for his "past" performance CALDWELL, i
Instead

of "political pl t-

of form win In promises"the first can rl1IIIt1'J. IP.I4Mile 5 ..U.ae.t) I IPATY

sols..r Co. Inc.
AgricultureMarket I W. D. Home
I fitly Yo irwlf, Year Family TewHeine

Builder for Tear schools by Helping ; 507-J

llODGES/.the priorI I Homesteads Fla. Phone
floridOWL FOR GOVERNOR
man't friend __

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