The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00074
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00074
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Gainesville Flab






I Local Groups Score Slots SOUTH DADE IMPORTANT IN


LIONS CLUB More Than $17,000 Saved for Schools I EYES OF MANY CANDIDATES

I In Year as Mrs. Walker Plugs Leaks I

ANDC.OFCFOR I In the 1934 campaign a former teacher, wanted to
K Walker made her successful bid make sure that the child a* well as
for a place on the Dade County I the teacher in the Dade County -
school board from District No. 9, school got a square deal From
LAW REPEAL her opponents Mid that office i teacher in some instance the tests C. OF C APPOINTSCOMMITTEE Return Engagements Popular -
needed mat because of the magnitude evoked anything but enthusiasmat as Election Day .
and multitude of the school first but .. it was found that Draws Near
board's business affair, She re- there wa no intention to put any ONTARIFFPLANKS

Civic Organizations Endorse piled that there would be two men teacher "on the spot" but simplyto POLLS OPEN AT 8 AND >
on the board from other districts stimulate all to be "spelling
Move for,Referendum Of the county who could attend to I arithmetic and Engllah conscious CLOSE AT SUNDOWN

j. the business details while she gave! ," a* one principal said it
some .attention the schools themselves had made his achool the resent- Ballot Said to Be Longestin
PLEDGE AID IN ALL the children and the teachers (Continued on Page Ten) Shutdown of WPA Project of State '
,WAYS TO PETITIONS Averted Here by of Florida
After her election. Mrs. Walkerdid Wire to OfficialIn
turn her attention to the scholastic -LAST OFFICIAL
of "Bandits"Declared
standard of the '" I Recognition of Homestead and
Inimical to I Through county-wide Jests ach001e.I' Addition to Joining the countywide I other precinct of South Dado a* J

Legitimate Trade I she devised and d ,I LOCAL RALLY TO the tight Jtedland against District slot Chamber machines Important stumping ground instate
brought out the need GI strewing politics it evidenced by UM
I basic subjects: such a* arithmetic of Commerce Wednesday night Invasion this year of more candidates -
Two Redland District civic organizations -i !BE HELDTONIGHT appointed ownmittee with powerto
spelling and English;.the need for for major office than
the Redland District endorse
I the proposed request
greater correlation of clan room ever visited this section of Florida
Lions Club and the Redland District
that both major political parties
work:; and the need for making before. Several of ttvs gubernatorial
Chamber of Commerce: went, Include In their
platform planks
provision for children who could Sheriff and Purchasing aspirants have found It
on record! this week a* being unqualifiedly ;I dec. rtng for a protective tariff oi) '
this return
not adjust,themselves.J0 a system Agent Groups inProgram advisable pay city a
opposed to the operation tit instruction in'UrgeClasses:I .,.>;- ., for!fx f',grown ,fruits and vegetable visit In an attempt to Clinch political
of slot machine*:and pledged *. On the committee are T
loans\ gained Of
--and helped work out to ground already
support to the movement for a I &:Webb,Tom Harris and Dr. John
to their
lost energetic
with these need I regain support
referendum to repeal their legalization I B. Tower
The referendum movement i In other word, the new school' The last official political rally tat opponent between trip.
Initiated by the Redland board member herself a parent the south end of the county priorto President Ben Archer reportedthat In order to cope with a heavy
1 the first primary election next t scheduled phut-down of Increase in registration It haa
District Association
Ministerial at
work oa the WPA term ditch been for the board of
Tuesday will begin In American necessary
the of the Leader.Enterpriae
suggestion several months and- CROPS RUINED I Legion park In Homestead at eight cleaning project on the east glade county commissioners to allot two
taken ago clock tonight, announces E. C. had been averted a result of the ballot boxes, each in charge ot a
by the Miami ministers !
following telegram tent promptlyto board to Homestead
election ,
Ohronlster, precinct committee- separate
has gained the county-wide mo-
mentum predicted for it and State BY SALT WATERON man. the district administrator: ;;,frednct 71. The state election

Attorney George A. Worley has s Scheduled to make their final "Understand your effice contemplates Jaws will not permit tiarathan
bad petition printed to circulate EAST GLADERecent appeal to the voter of this district shutting down next Mon- too voters to one ballot box
at th] poD Tuesday.T14 are candidate. for the office day the farm ditch cleaning proJ- and for the first time In Its IAN
ect within the vicinity of Homestead tory this precinct nil registered
: of: justice of the peace
Lion Club, at Its meeting Ini
I t,000 voters
j due to fact that much has more
Tuesday adopted the following High Winds Back District county purchasing already been accomplished. Please The ballot itself breaks another
agent school board In District
trongly-worded resolution, which Tide Up Ditches and I be advised that our property owner record inasmuch as it lint mure
i I, county commissioner in !
was offered by Joseph R. Hlcluon, candidate for national,
and citizens: here are gratefulfor than 150
Flood Fields District 8, state legislator in Group
president-elect of the club andseconded I and offices and is said .
the results already state county
1, clerk of the criminal court and
by Charles A. Cox. ed but feel that the arcompuaft.// to be the longest ever printed tat
of late
Tha Redland District LionsClub A considerable acreage
our area to the bay Florida. Voters can take their pickof
"hereby record Its unalter- vegetables Including several large I The program la sponsored by the done and should be completed 14 candidate for governor this
able opposition to the operation of field of tomatoes and squash Just Dade County Democratic executive now. As president of the Redland I year another"unusual occurrence
In the ready to be picked was completely committee A* there are 24
slot machine in this state District Chamber of Commerce Iearnestly The poll for the first primary
opinion of this club the slot machine destroyed a* a result of the high speakers lilted only five minutes solicit your aid to secureIts I I next Tuesdav will open at 8 a m.
In winds of the "past week, which time be allotted to each candidate .
1* the greatest menace can completion" and close at sundown, or 7'07 p m.
Florida It hi. legalized criminalowned backed up tidewater from Biscayne Mr Chronlster said The chamber president had been I Election board and polling pine

4 and controlled by gangster bay through the canal and informed that SO men employed on: In the precinct comprising the
. and racketeer It not only robs drainage ditches of the east blade Krome Avenue Repairs the project had received fifth county commissioner's district -
the of their hard earned farming area.Commenting. notice
people to turn In their tune, are:
money but destroy their character upon this situation Awaiting Federal Fund i The swimming pool committee Precinct 70, Behrens Hall: Mi'..
(Continued on Page Ten)_ (Continued on Page Ten) reported that plans and specif lea-1:, Maggie Murray, clerk; L. C. SmIth

No date has yet been set for the{ tions for repair of the pool, the' C A Qoa man. Henry Bertram,
start of work on tho resurfacingof of which.had J. E McLaughlin
Gain method and practicability Inspectors;
I Storm Shelter Plans Impetus certain sections of state road been definitely determined, sheriff

Action of Dade Planning Board 203-A, which run south from the were being prepared by County! Precinct 71. Guild Hall: Mrs.
By Tamiaml Trail down Krome
1 (Continued on Page Ten) | (Continued on Page Ten)
and through Royal Palm State
. Current to construct a the Park to the Monroe County line
plan in Miami, contends.
J series of storm shelter in Southeast One station should established although small appropriation for Forcible Talks] by Gubernatorial
t Florida have received substantial in the Goulds-Florida City area Improvement has beta Included II
in the current budget by the Enliven Monday Rally
impetus from the Dade one on Upper Matecumbe, one on Aspirants
County Planning Board,which has Key Largo one in the Miami I state highway commission.
made detailed recommendation to Sprlngs-Hlaleah-Opalocka area: In a letter to the Leader-Enter-
ranking official of the work and one. or possibly two In the I prlae.thl* week,TVillard a Smith B. r.:Psty of West Palm Beach Chappell provided his own amplifier -

progress administration in regardto Moore Haven-Canal Point ..rea.Ilceor.Iln.to of Pahokee southeast Florida and Dan Chapprll of Miami who *.
the location, equipment and operation the planning board member of the state board, advised. art making thing Interesting for I Part of Pat)"'* address was devoted
of these station rtcommeadattoD The storm that in his opinion the appropriation i to a vigorous denunciation
tb opponent la the
U Insufficient ,the amount if numerous Of Governor SholU whom be termed
The board went on record last shelter should be built wherever for
week as heartily approving the possible adjoining or close to!. of'work required to put. this road race for governor, were heard by I the chief engineer of a powerful

plan', to establish hurricane ocmately school facilities It 1* raggested.la In'good<< condition. a Homestead audience In Amerteats political machine designedto

So mile* apart, from the Its lengthy.communication to' However, he has been: assured Legion park Monday night I perpetuate the evil of the av.nt -.
lower :Key to Lake: Okeechobee. Washington officials including that additional funds will be forthcoming They were Introduced by MayorC. administration.
It recommends that they be manned Florida senators and congressmen from the federal road T Harper. Tour group of candidates Deploring the plight of the state
during the danger month by the planning board suggest, building program some time this for county office also addressed government today sty said he
competently trained government that immediate contact be effected 1 summer, but he doe not know at the voter at an official was seeking vote oa a platform
mend! and that all commercial radio with the Brit shColonialand this time how much government which he believed would correct
stations within the area be absolutely Cuban government, in order aid the project will receive or when later existing condition and restore the
barred from giving out any that at least one station be located such fund will be available. Mr. Thomas E. Kirby, vice-chairman government Wit sound gad buat-
hurricane new or statement ex- on Andro Island In the Bahamas Smith say the road ha !'Ot been and timekeeper ness Jike batll'
cept ai definitely authorized by group, and that closer connections forgotten and that he will endeavor Mr. Paty who spoke first, permitted '.r.1 i advocated abolition of dot
government headquarter in the may be maintained dui to have some work done on It his sound truck to stay lo .machine, the poll tax and the
storm zone. Observation control ing the storm.Mason with HelenObeervatory tVhe catties possible date,*hichh place to the end of the program practice ot legislator holding two
headquarters should be established I "In.Havanaw sf'J will announce later. tor&II ef other speaker (Continued on. Page Eleven)


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H Friday, May 29, 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pale Three
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TURNER Silver Palm Mom DIM REDD WOULD TRY cfftneat and Will ro- vernl* with I II I Ii I productMma and he b411)1tea
After Ltagthy Illness i I My bellow (pmml lonen to that I Alpha Delia Slctma, nation! advertising -
I end at all time I ado favor a i iI fraternity, meta
AID IN ACTS FOR FOR MORE STATEANDU.S.ROADAID | much least appropriation fee the''I Tau Drlta national :U"lattr ui-
Berry .netl.r.ve. $s. of silver aft of the state ,,, tato .
Paint, 4M to a hospital Wed ..- 'I motion In IMtand, ae Icons derthe t
SOCIAL SECURITY day atMr a long mow Funeral station I* giving our grower
service* will be conducted la I very valuable service which should MOM It
Turner Funeral Home at 10 a. m. be inereaaed." II i M** be rallied to pay

His policies if elected fifth district I today by the Rev. H. G. Cowan, Reviewing his part in the bund 1 I In regard to the Richard road OLD AGE PENSIONS
commissioner outlinedIn pastor of Silver Palm Community ing of the Redland District's network conatruetfeM project, which ha. J. M 1.n..aadid.t. In n-UrU.i
were will be In Palm "j
Church. Burial I .M .
ra NN* nmHHUti WNMM .awK..al.
been ttitielaed In some quarters
of road. J. D. Redd, former U l In Uu .
an Interview yesterday by Cemetery, Naranja ui
j' a* a needless expenditure ol public Mreelare ; Uw < UN >l.i.In ..
Charles O Turner who said he Mr Snellgrove was born in county commissioner and candidate funds Mr Redd la In receipt of t. ..:0= "Mysswe.. ra ":::
Intended to "work for honest, Lake City, ria. and came to tine 1 for the office again Mid yesterday I letter from George E Merrick. ....l tit ....reat. .a.l M".nn to imrltr"e.-vt In the
economical business Redland District several month. that he intended to exert I chairman of the Dade County mind .. our mow
admtalitratton ago to engage In farming with b"l Planning Board of which Mr. Redd : MW MM,VMto M 'IH>' wa.1J M /
of wry effort to Increase the mlleni ; L # kM ranMMiw the
county affairs together with son, Arthur Snellgrov of | also la a member. explaining that Mlw to Mr .M M* ,
a careful check on all county Palm. A widower, he leaves his eon, of mist -matatalned road In thi' I the project was sponsored and M.qns.*I ...? M an HkMl..,tewlwr MwH.n.N..t.Jim.
funds with special emphasis on I two daughters Mrs Loran WDouberley action U he Is elected financed exclusively by the worksprogress Lw hnlinfcttl awe M M. al/sell.n..e. I
I of Silver Palm and Mr*. "With bond Issues spent and administration prior to ="=" MMM met .see..h.r.INS Rae.*:-;:, pod the
honesty Edna McMulHn of Jasper, Flu, county funds low maintenance of the formation of the planning t1rat .... ,. ....... ... ,t .pert.r t
"I believe in fair and equal I I and one brother Cory Snellgrove I road to going to be ......,.. .... th. N...fnn. r? !
feed sins ..... h.. .... ,. '
M* '"t
treatment to all our citizens without lof Lake City I the near future Mr. Rrrtd brought up for approval or din- .,.
sold. "State maintenance will bea ::is. ;,
approval at meeting of the n
special privileges to a few, any ..
IMl ee t ace toad u Nag In I.II.
I shall do all I
great help board the letter states CHUrtnhit. '
Mr Turner said "I will make ..ftbon..t ISCHOOLS TO GET can to divert Mate and federal Lee n... y to '1. ....__..
effort to promote the interests fund to the regular upkeep of' --- for to tm..d, Wlwl hv'ISM pr..1..d i,
of all section of the district I some of our main farm and grove Lester H. Smith Takes i Hmltr wed.ii4 what...k*...stored... ,.. ..".a..d._..M... ,yJ.

and will co-operate with an FULL $10,500,000THIS highway ''I i| Part in Campus Life SI. LEE
"If I back to the I
I so county ,, I
4 governmental agencies In an endeavor board" Mr. Bedd continued "I i Can be Depended ape to get
to provide an opportunityfor YEAR-LEE I expect to continue the fight for I Letter B. Smith eon of Mr. and money le pay
all our people to make :an honest Everglade National Park devel- Mrs. George W. Smith of Homestead PENSIONSLet's
living i a sophomore In the collegeof
"I have always beta a firm believer Tallahaaese, May 2S Florida-I ductloit," Comptroller Lee itated. commerce of the University of Give Him a
In, and a 'staunch advocateof school teacher and bus driver "I find taxpayers, encouragedby 1 Kentucky has been active In campus Second Tern as
social security legislation and will get their full state affair the part ,
approPrIa-1 a firm policy In tax collection, : during year coMrntOLURMHW.I
will work to maintain and Improve tion of ten and a half
say the Kentucky Kernel university i
to to the utmost and
willing help I (
lars this year OIL MM fw M rriM* 01
the advantages
county hospital receipts art pouring In from large publication. I. M. L.. wr..d III We ,
now enjoyed by this district Lee announced: today ;after vta-i I cabinet I II
the the states general and small alike nearly a half mil He la a senior YMCA tREAD
1 will work to additional Ing governor
social secure fund has 1807,000 available for lion having been received In the I member and a member of the start
people.security advantages our transfer to the school Immediately I post week,"' Comptroller Lee add ''I of campus publications lie takes THE WANT ADS
ed. part in Ouignol campus theatre''
while the remaining $225000 to
He pointed out that the county -11- -
I commission I* merely an administrative make the full ten and a half mil- a!
i body unable to make new lion will be available from tag .
laws, but said he would cooperatewith :: sales and the one-mill !levy before -
the legislative powers in promoting June 90
; a practical assurance' It 1. the first tint In history
against want and suffering In old that Florida's schools have received -
i age the full legislative appro-
J '''I will strive to protect our agricultural priation and is double the amount t
Industry in every practical :- the schools received last year.
I r
way realizing that It is the "Far from endangering the OIJDERTKAI !
I, backbone of our financial structure promised reduction In the tax mil- > -
and I will co-operate with lage, the transfer to the schools 1
i others In obtaining a favorable tariff will leave the state treasury in 1t
adjustment," Mr. Turner con- shape to Insure the promised two- T 1t

eluded, mill cut and possibly a {renter re- t



am a candidate for re-election to the

office of Justice of the Peace, fourth district ..

Dade County subject to the June Democratic

Primary. 1

Your Tote and support will bt appreciated i ibttasuta II

by your Justice of the Peace it

... ,N cirri: YES, we've made tome the way ahead of you.
ws au 1t4UI statements about You'll beer the mot impor.
Sid L. Kendrick. ,,,,.,,-,. fIt
I ...", ;:, ..,.. .. +ti,;' heed str.ight'eight engine ol automobile when you tend \,

(PaW rdn/at .........'! e h b fyn..w r::,,; that live Buick it* standout this ro.d.kinlnlo; action and f fJ

>raIt-::: 'g...a performance. lee how its performance out ,

:, t;; ..1 "" ", ,kZ'Rr, But wiit until you've heard prove all our promised

-C LHOLMERJR faH""" ,,f.t ,.i/l. able betuty't reassuring mur. There was a time when better*

: isR+ c..u"Frwaf- .mur e* you head it up e (rede, tban.tveffe smoothness,

1tII J.jJ' lIMi'rf.o or listened to its oft, unlabored mobility and power-flow in aCfsf
For Re-election as .,. '* purr e* it crawls car belonged only to those ol

Supervisor of Registration '* P0fJ We till along through traffic. better-thin-tvcrafe wealth.a;

j\ $0 j;" trim tar, {t. Wait until you've felt the But our price ere *o close to i

ere .. tUlt Z' surging lift that'i there at those of the lowest-priced fieU l

I Dade has never had'an 1/1",, ""?i..',"bird 81 1",4 mod any(peed-when you went there'no real reason why jettihouldn't

0 election scandal or bal. ;:::::;;',.,.,- ,,.,.,' II to 'swinging' past some hive performance

tdN ilow.poke that blockt that'i fit for king.Mmt'1troua .
.1M er; .ro"If
lot box stuffing: elnce he .. I
rutwl IIc.I14o"
was first elected in 1918. P10 II'

pY gill'okof,,, ;; has tile
y ''ry l T :tahM 'P1IIt; pltl/

j' He wilt continue his aggressive ........ .:.: .... ....'... ....'..'........... A eiMIIAl MOTOIIDuSct re000tr.. ...... ;
i 'i ; ;;:;; 7.;
efforts to. give hear Chat McCarthy and Edwin C. Hill broadcast f .,-

F t this county a clean bal Ing fight. R.tt and lilut networks, K. B. C., night of June 18.

lot It he is elected. I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

I ',. Phone 18 Homestead Florida
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a Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE: Friday, May 29. Ifltt.J

W NMMwNNN"' From Within -----BI n:

Leader-Enterprise: and HATERS of Christianity'<
Published Friday at Fonwtetd .. NN.NY/NNNMN1NMNx.M/NNwNNMwxn/uwwrwNwN/N,..,..".........-NN.IN/ American danger I* not from, It cohflnue? *
Fl*.. by the South Dade -" /.yN. At a notionwe '
without but within We prefect our home
President I fwrti
Go With U5 Sayi Townsend
Publishing Co. "Come and feel snug and secure ia our vicious and criminal, and 1ft I

Editor Leador-Enterprkw advocacy of the present social security -i geographical iMdatton from the feet our food from adult*
BEN ARCHER .. __. Editor This. letter la for the attentionof act his silence on the iniquitous red of the world, but we forgot shall we not protect: our
all who love their fellowmen. elements therein, his failure that we cannot get away from men and women in our Inn .
Catered It second elaM nail I to condemn It a* a pauper law the Impartial and unceasing operation i of learning from the breed eTi
This. i time of golden promise !
I '
1: the middle I* ample of Moral Law. Our future regenerate infidels,
aaattef Mareft S. 1913 at the plme and fulfillment, this Is the day of out of ages whose 4
at llemeitetd. Florida under victory Come and go with ut. It evidence of I woeful tack of interest la not assured. We need to put business it seems to be it to |
ike act ef March 3. 117. help u* writ in the welfare of men. our house in order fy a colossal "acicnUflc'\ or t\\n-
will do you good-
the brightest par in American HI determined onslaughts We need to ELECT MEN to en- ophlcal falsehood or to rtputajl:;
SVB. PRICE ILH A BAa history against the Townsend Flan are act laws that shell regulate our the only source of our highest wl
but studied ridicule and misstatement Institutions against anti-Christian; dom and knowledge--THE WQBOF
Never before wa* the franchise of fact, couched In term designed I philosophic and criticisms. If we I I GOD '
SCREECH OWL of the people *i valuable. to shame and frighten the expect to remain a great nation. We Jail th* poor soul who ilea
If* the lint time that the voter timid into subuil sion. Drawingover THIS It our constitutional, right loaf of bread when hungry, b
His trilling cry run softly can do M much immediate good twenty-seven dollars a day It the people should decide that I. teacher who steal from .,.
Hutf-frlghtend through the dusk.I with hill ballot; the tint time when three hundred and tlxty-Hv day certain philosophies and criticisms generation the BREAD I
Quavering sliding spilling the Christian may cut his ballot of the year from the peopU'a tans of the Word of God In our relloWl ,- 'LIPS, who turn noble Chrlstl
Liquid note directly for a practical application ury, h* gees up and down the land institution are Inimical to character Into agnostic and all
I of the teaching of Chrlat to our using his meant and talent and the political and religious well- tit, we elect to high office*, slor /
Hi undulation conjure I national economy; the first time office to d.f.at.h.. Will o{ million being of the nation,, then It I fa up with many degrees make I
A vole bal-
Strange witchery. his
when the idealist use
may all over America. to make THIS ored etc
to the people one guest,
from another world, It shiversLonely lot In favor of his righteous
a* d.*th. drvanu. State legislatures. city council of the political questions and to If w* know that war it the too
-Mary Ferret Dickinson in Blue and trade union have memrattsed elect MEN to represent them who suit of tale education a tale
Moon. If you would Wee the aged to the Congress la favor of I trial will enact law that ahull regulateour i I philosophy of life, that rtvotuUla
realize permanent comfort and of the great plan; Industrial leaden Institution in regard to those the fruit of rejection of Jean]
SCOUT lecurlty Ilk Henry Ford, )ud KINO EDWARD A I If you would like the boys *nl courts commander of battleship, criticisms. This it not a violation I we mutt MAKE THE FACT
girl to reach their happy ambition editor of newspapers, doctor, of our freedom BUT an exercise I I KNOWN, Who I* there that poet]
King Edward VIII has contented *- minister, economists, statisticians of our right under the constitution.In not know the greatnen of''tilt
to become patron of the British If you would Ilk to bring and financier have given unqualified this, eve would be United State of America Dev
Boy ScouU' Aaocl. on. In tuc- abundant "employment endorsement of the practical ing the future of A "IIfe-CUlrd-1 I II lion to the Sacred Word .Is, thai
Hili Ion to his father, the late King I If youfanuld like to put million nature of the plan. Yet Wilcox world. ONLY explanation of our higil
George V. Speaking to 1,000 Boy of money into steady drcu1atlolt-1 for reason best known to himself EDUCATION I* the most potent senor of Justice, our humanitarian]
Scouts at Windsor Castle Ute other : If you would like to see Florida howl calamity on the platform, factor In the life of a nation for activities, etc' : 'J.
day, the !king mphailiod the I r fill with happy hornet In the air and public press Strange I good or for evil The question God baa given America thS
world-wide character of th* Boy I If you would like to abolish poverty Indeed, all thlt energy and expense : that mutt be derided It WHAT high place of trust and power,t
Scout movement and Mid that "in In I land of plenty and watch to thwart the will of thousand SHALL BE THE CHARACTER cause of her loyalty to HIS Ian;
the** days that It a thing of very the effect on human nature- whom he U supposed to representor or OUR FUTURE EDUCATION? BUT SHALL IT LAST -
great Important" I It you would Ilk America to U h* representing someone I* It not at the fireside of our Let ut arise out of our lethargy]
When he attended the third, lead mankind far toward the Kingdom else? Come and go with ut; It farmer and tradesmen where A. A KOESTUJ

world scout jamboree at Arrow *Uh* Heaven* -com* and go will do ut all good. revolution It born-It It the prod-I May 28( 18311 ',
Park, near Birkenhead England'1 with ace; It will do you good. T. D. PICHE uct of the TEACHER I

the king, then the Prince: Wale,I Mr friend, a punctured municipal \. President Homtttead Many of our young men and "She: "I never could tee < hi
wa presented with shiver I' bankruptcy: law will never Townsend Club. young women have entered our they called I boat 'the.n
buffalo, a hillY award of the Boy I save ui from national poverty and Homestead Florida. college and universities to come I He: "Then I guess you niv
Scout of America -for distinguished -'I the dole; nor will air detent me.I ..- May 37, 1B3. out radicals agitator, agnostics<<: tried to steer one"-'Exrme .
service to boyhood." I urea, the Social Security Art reciprocal I _
tariff tinkering, the
WHITE SPIRITUALS .1 prosperity of Mark penon-I MAIM 411Qykemaaw'4 00y"
none of then thing will
Th hymn sung by Oliver strangle hold of the
CrumweU'i Iromldei on their way ,
to battle, by John Calvin' dissenten .I Ien n a few days the rnonIY-Chan'-1 04 mIAGJAM

In their highland' hiding places,, fourth \ ,I /)
and by the Huguenot follower trfd all FlorkU shall \ .
..-vW :; :mrwi ::
h Mutt* In the French prisons of their success in thlt crusade for : (JIt OF TJ'ii '
are still tuna by their descendant social Justice 1ft foregonecon- i MOWTIIINtN.UIS
1i> Alabama- and neighboring elUtion that Cannon, the Town-

states, says the American Guide aendIte wilt go to congress. Townsend II i NEA/1 BUSIINnL
project of WPA. candidate from the four other +
They were carried} to Virginia districts are almost certain of :-r t x 'r + PLORDABadOreeK
fit the priori ship by Smith and a majority The prospect justifies % t
E..lta1.11;..* after the restoratlon the forecast that a Towneend- t x met *
of Chart II, and tilt Hague Itt will fill th* senatorial place of O A "MIAM AG6MM n
note In flight from franc, carried the late Hon. Park TraranwlL 7NI AArrXA9 !
thm to North Carolina. Let' make It an overwhelming Ae11rMMs s i
A* that pioneer forged their majority, an extraordinary victory AUMeQ.euw i.fA/f
way into the mountainous region
of the new world, their tongs ui. It i* regretabl that truth compel -
tamed them among natural hardship the assertion that Congr*** POND Afr/LREOI 0or
*. man Wilcox baa demonstrated that ArAr4ts /
Centuries patted and In the Isolated h* la not In line with the Ideal remit tnrs CW
mountain region especially of tile new age now upon t:& His I mi** ro II 41 I T / .qS JII N w
thoM of Alabama the songs lived WCM VHM moots (I Tr WIPED OUT 8Y 11/G .

on without competition,, handed concert Thee called *rnnATtor tfco0lr H cfc* AAmw XMAS OBj8. {
program ar TMt -twiitrp
j II
down like heirloom from father I white spirituals to distinguish f Msar mace Dan t IBM q qi.
to no*. Today the hymn are th* them from the far more widely" aelydii .
Mm aa they wr :300 year ate known colored Irltuall.
Supervised muaktal tralnlniamong ....
t Some of the white tplrltuahar era !{
the Mountaineers did notbegin I widely known by did American 1 r y

until about 1180 when M. L. famlllea, though not udder that'
Swan am itinerant mud matter cuuniflcation. In many a home of
settled jackaow, ,County Teenessee >I the tknd. Otandm' musical repertoire
He 1* Aid to haw used Include the antique favorite -,
a teven-shsrp "harp of Columbia" "Paradbe," which 1MlIhIj
U setting ttut pitch) for Me cbor-I "There 1* a land of pure delight !
bier I'rom..11 novel Iutna.j Where taint Immortal reign; I
mint, the singers !. Jasper derived litflaufle. *y' *nciud the elt'; t,
their designation aa "Greek Harp And pleasures banish pals tend,
Singcra." TW ergaitlsatlM Sew pleasures banish pain"
its lint public concert in 1173. In
1909 a ttate-w d* ojrganiialloa al .. ', I r
airing c
"whit iplrltuaf singers wa J Saw 14 1't' ff !
formed under the name tIC tM Alabama -
By Aside ala,..., ru.tifek .
State Sacred Harp Musical -- ,. ...,,, \\ VMS0190
AMOclatlon. It now has 110 community \
\ group wider lit wing When I.get latter from old friend. .
1 Every July th* group Goad d te- I Ilk* .... 1/IiI1&W/ ltnM i

I galas to take part to th*.three day, With massages nm neighbor "Ora"' uses/ rvuauGSNaav HU'.c, COMIS"IC'CN.Iv.Afe n PMMolN1fIIfil -

t "ting at Birmingham. aenda cmn* ** liAStI1iN
The association not only keeps I like Vm. zzxyssis; ? RWI: k 5.
alive the ancient hymn, but tie I That group aland out from all / ,
the tradition of the rauel lMe* the reel, r
\ .. t. <>f other*>yT Stated about*. large-, Through all the year they've stood For tb*last ..* .. .the .MbeorrWsjsoost eses Ara we. docW M .f the bloat Ifcrftagt sit.knows te New ,
table, the singers are directed by the test, u *Mir* eesjeaaad .(trained eoUUer was kind and because eC wnerUItt. eemdttUa te Otee:
J i I concert mailer who net .'pitch Which (oe* to prove. "bid friends atbuahev and wtenhinated by the Indiana In what where the oil It ften .Adtarated. *. Atteriei,
! pipe to strike the lead note Thy ere beat". was known M the DADE "MASSACRE Mar Buak4 seem of supply I* abased ..-daI. Bec*- 44

! first ,Intone their -M-la-faV and I like 'Im., I < Mil, Florida. ta'IMS. Out ef a force consisting its gnat valo U the paM and varnish tadiwetf
r then join 'alnglng word. The N ef 10J private and nOIlcomlllWolltd.oll'cel'll and vast acreage* are deW being **l vat 4 ta JlorU
} wilier who looked up the ectlvt- toy Not? officer that had left Fort Brooke (Tampa) for In China the',0 bas many ..... The Chinese task
. tie of the association In preparing :: Now will that clever dispenser of Cert King (Oeata),'oalp three __peel. OB was man utet the trader. grades en lilt boat totea4 ef '

article on Alabama for tilt I r I }oyWho a private named Daniel F. Clark who on finally paint. The *U ta w4 extensively M a wtoM
American Guide--the government's -/ gave mother a permanentwave. teaching. Tampa badly wounded and tardy aUe'arIILda for tenses furniture and ether we4*.* '

I forthcoming five-volume j j jtravel I for the after untold hardship reported the dreadful atIt I 10 also' aced a. waterprooSai Material for >
handbook learned that Give
ua permanent
only the old hymn handed down,I boy fair. It was en* .t the moat bloody mamaere lathe onry, cloth, ike**, clothing and ,.,... Tie M*

by the follower of Cromwell Cat-1, And' father permanent she"'Montreal History of the American army. due, after the oil I* extracted I* wed w it fart- '

\ vn| and d* te Motto art usedIn, Star.. From the lied ef the TUNG OIL tree to rolI..r and In the mamfactar of lamp kbck.PA1 i
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Friday, May 29, 1936. ,. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISB Pace Five

WILCOX which place the burden on those 0. A. Rollins Cites His mn nd a taxpayer let tl years I.tjr honeeuy *4 4li MQr'Ut htto
SPEECH able to pay instead of taxing each I Hit two *on attend the public ; elected Mid to to MHMMM the '
and every UanwcUon two per cent Purchasing Experience. schools of Miami office thai be will have earned ;
CLARIFIES IDS and payini pensions to rich and I Mr. RolUne says he Mend* to promotion at the end ot his two j

auks."Friends o. A. BoUtn who I* making .1 serve the people of the entire ooun- yean In the oaurthoue 1
of the old folk will
PENSION STAND vote for those who will help them lively' fight for the office of Bounty

,... and not those who will make wild I purchasing agent, I II I native I I
promise that cannot be kept" Floridian bona It year ago In
Many Constituents Hear Answering question asked by Alachu Count*. Ills busies !
a Congressman Discuss T. D. Plena president of the career started at the *ge of II II Nell K. Walker's
Homestead Townsend Club, Wilcox whon he became a telegraph operator -,
Major Issues Mid ht did not believe the from which he rote later'1 I
expenditure of (200 monthly by to the position of 5.y
a South Dad constituent of Re- aged persona would Justify the additional and commercial telegraph mang-I, .
b prewntatK J. Mark Wilcox fathered tax put upon the wage er.
the In large numbers It the Red- earner He did not consider the He left the raJlroIci service to'I RECORDAS
land school hut Friday night to combined state and federal allowance become purchasing agent for one
lb bear their congressman give; an og 130 a month proposed under of the largest building contract
account of till stewardship In the social security act at aU ,
ore In Dade County in which capacity
Washington and outline till program adequate for the avenge need of he gained considerable experience MEMBER OF THE DADE COUNTY
for the future if be la I
re- the aged, and Mid he would support over a tlvv-year period
turned to office a better plan In work similar to that of the I SCHOOL BOARD FROM DISTRICT 3 "
roe Hit lat! of accomplishment asa George 3. Fletcher president of public office he DOW seeks, I ..
congressional "frwhman" was the Florid
Agricultural Tariff
be At present he 1* la charge
Imposing, including at It did several Association, spoke briefly: in Praise the real estate department of :I
legislative measure of national of Mr. Wilcox'i work In congress, gee
South Atlantic Mortgage Company '
Importance. The successful especially In regard to the Cuban
of Miami He ha been
sponsorship of numerous federal reciprocity: agreement He deplored .. JustifiesHer
resident of Dade County for 1}
projects for the development I any organized attempt to remove
sea Of airport and Wilcox from office. 'We need a .
other major public Improvement) man of his aggressiveness and experience RedUnd District Improvement AaocUtlon *- ..J
tong the east coast of Florida to cope with the situation presided at the meeting MM'
htas wa mentioned among his actlvj- and prevent renewal of the which was arranged by a group of ;W
ties I treaty when U expire next year" South Dade supporters of WU ,
,he laid. j cox In his campaign for re-elec
many fruit and vegetable grower' W. W. Johnston, president of the tion. i Reelectionon
fi assembled In the school<< auditor ,
ium was Mr. Wllcox'a detailed description I J

against the of his Cuban Washington trade treaty fight.I! Green; Lantern RestaurantADJOINING
I t
2ila opposition has been voiced HOTEL REDLAVD > ", ,
strenuously within the department I Western T-Bone Steak Dinner ties Chicken. Dinner Tie I
of state, the house way and means Regular Dinner tOo Vegetable rime Se, d
r committee and on the floor of.I All Kind of )Home-mad sandwiches ( June 2 i iI
byv congress ht iftld. and though hla \ Y
urgent plea for the protection of I I I 1'. ; 1-
Florida produce from destructive i
foreign competition have to far,
been without wall he wilt continue -( A Statement From She Has t
to lead the fight He believe t :
I that when the trade '" '
rewritten next year Florida grow.I Maintained a common.iense scrutiny of

er will. be given adequate protection. -I .C.COLEMAN"The expenditure that resulted in a saving of more

Representative WUcox defined: D. than $15,000 a year in one department and more

Ma position? In respect to theTowrfeend than $2,100 in another. '
I Plan and old age pent,
ion** "I have advocated for yew*, i 2. Shown by means of county-wide tests

jyitebi and ,atlll of advocate old age penilon an\rtcquat and I Best Sheriff which the devised and conducted, the need of

the Abolition of. the poorhouse"I stressing basic subjects such as arithmetic, spell'

. lie"declared !' Dade County in; and English, the need of greated correlation
1 have been criticized on the
public platform because I stepped of work and the need of making provision for

forward In congress and op.: Ever Had" children: who cannot adjust themselves a system -
I posed the scheme to promise $200 of Instruction In large d&lsell-lnd helpedto
I month the I
to aged neverhave
work out plan to with these needs.
I and will not now seek to UM I cope
the suffering of the aged a* a political -,
i football No on. ha worked I 3. Jointly proposed and voted for a monthly "
hordes i than I for real old age pen I Inin" "Hhen I was appointed aa the Sheriff ef Dade County, three audit of all school funds by a certified public '
md no one could regret more year age I determined right there and the. to make few i to leaks
accountant: prevent and enable the board
the that so many have been! dunce which would reflect credit en Dade County: and Its
deluded into believing they will elllcena. and the public to tee at a glance how the tax

I'ftt'l'! this um when the legislation -. money for Dade County school. la: being spent
uuually endorsed by the promoters "The plan uppermost In any mind was k let It the Sheriff
doe not specify 1300 Imo Department could sustain Itself, and at the tune lime add erne 4. Traveled more than 1,000 miles each
+lJIn fact its,proponent admit revenue to the County Treaiury. At this moment, I am proud month attending board meetings visiting school
the floor of It ,
ot\; congress to submit te the ef Dade the .t three
taxpayer County result
not more than |50 pet and becoming acquainted with conditions in the
may pay years activity-which follower1} "*" "" : ***.:l,**
month The rear friend of the .....0. ; schools of District 3.
old-age pension are working to No I- IMfWMd 'der !!: ...** In excess fees to the County
perfect the social security plan I IDON'T II IJ're....,. ...' "":Jf 5. Co-operated with the school principalsand

I careMttlne No. lIn), .'talle4 modern police" radio.ia.the deputy aberUta district trustees in otherwise meeting the

FORGET HIM : needs of the Echools.
I No I Fnnhaaed six: new Mfomoblle for ..,.Ice. :

A VOTE FOIL County No, Complete .harmony With police municipalities of the 6. Co-operated with the other members of )

the school board and government representativesin
'H.. Introduced, many 'Innovation In the Department I
(modernlrallan In nice equipment which,speed up tke workIn I securing federal aid for construction of new
criminal and minor eae, ). buildings and for repainting and repairing all

No. -Alt complaint ef trey Mture are answered Day ar the school buildings the county.
Night either brrelaylar the'call te a "radio ear" II' by feuding II
an officer '1'01I'he office. Exhaustive.*. eetmpleto leperl
'being made.en till '''vtI&u.**. (Political Advertisement Paid by: Friend)

No. 7-ftlne* Sheriff Coleman took ever the'Sheriff1. Department i
1 1I
a radical charge vitae undo la the feedla ef those I y yI
nfertuMto te be ta the County ML Guns )wheleeem fangs
served, a weU-baUaeed diet I* adhered ... :I EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING :
'He, ...TU* h...... South to mow very evident to tame !.-
r Y eareeraleel ta the County JalL Thursday ad Sunday are I HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP
1 visiting day*,and approximately Ml people), relative and friend !
are allowed te talk with and vhll prisoner. It mlihl be noted that I u. a JACOIWEX rreavin ,
Sheriff Cotrmaai b net an advocate of coddling prisoners, but I N. heats Avenue Phone $104 J JI
being .._.. be believe steadfastly the teaching ef klndneee
and teleranee. I !

,Hit -The Jaltae'e repeat shows thai fines October 11th, I (
2 IMS. .ba Sheriff Celeauua.took over the ......._11.. ef the H-IARRY'S !
& boohed Sheriff Office to the pre'.e.t.dte IH. .U2 prisoners were WELDING SHOP

Ne 1 -Over U.H' Jury summons were wrved.Ne. l'IINCUON. ILA.Portable j

0. A. ROLLINS It-Over III executions deeketeel.Ne. .
Eleetrle and Aeettbae Welding e*Cylinder Alecks, j
Mill Insure Capable II-Owr ltjl Civil processes served with aa averageof OUader Ilesda, Aluminum Coatings sad Boiler ,
, 4 aemmene eaeh.Tbeee I
BiwIncMtlk AdmlnoUraUe AatvmeUre Machla new to garages ta Male

I* U e Office *4 and may acre innovations revs bees treated tyShrrUT bassist" posting asS aJUw "8aaluc. MwaeeUai red posing

COUNTY Cotamaa. The ...p..'* expression of faith t* bite will ke M4 keeUC Md cylinder hoeing ,

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Paul" Six LEADER-ENTERPRISE_ Friday, May 29, 1986. "

died in committee dust a*'yean posed to tIe troM-tiate tan J and I ;
SENATOR HODGES: ago did my buT for old age pen-[CANNON SLATEDTO win work to defeat Its construction I FOR SALE .
won I knew that both would be ..,*. I
DESCRIBES FIGHT; die legislative death, but I sponsored SPEAK HERE Mr. Cannon was Den In PowderS ROOSTER, 1 young w. -
them just to make the people Gs, in 1904 and received pullet $5. Fryer 63c Years
pension-minded," he said his grammar and high ..cboolr hen dressed or for laying Me,
FOR EXEMPTIONGovernor There are ample tax monies 8 P. Me SATURDAYA. l cation In South Carolina. He attended fill Calf 10 mo. old and helteg,
now being collected to take care Wofford College in Spart- to freshen soon reasonable feint
1 11)1 the mother pensions and to, Miburg, S C., for three yean, Bill Syke
Candidate Out- permit reduction of automobile, Patrick Cannon Townsend Stetson University for one year
lines Platform to Local tap to 15, if ndecent .oonomi**'' Club opponent of J, Mark Wilcox and wa* graduated from the University ami. He i* married and is a Mason
tr* effected, the speaker asserled for congressional representative of Miami In 1931, since and a member of the Methodist
AudienceSenator He told Of how at the last session from the fourth Florida district, when he hat practiced law in Ml- Church.

as president of the senate, I will address Redland District voters -
William C. Hodges, Tallahassee he named on eta finance and tax- In American Legion park here I
candidate for governorpoke ation committee man who already at t p m., Saturday, May SO The If You
in Legion park here Tuet- had promised him that they would I meeting ha been arranged by local I III rw Want
day afternoon help him oppose a general sales supporter of Mr Cannon *>'o '
The senator, described by his tax and *U form of nuisancetaxes. to be Introduced by111)or I a friendly Capable
friends aa beat known for his Other legislative accomplishments Charles T Harper. Honest and Thoroughly
fights white president of the Florida he cited were his efforts In his platform of 18 point Mr
aenato against a proposed sales against addition of deedless Cannon pledges himself to work I Qualified
tax and for hit sponsorship and state bureau and Increase af sal- for a protective tariff on Florida
subsequent stumping of the state arie of state employee I product and to oppose any trade
for the constitutional amendment that threaten disaster to the COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
Copies of his 10-point plat- i treaty
exempting smaller Florida home agricultural Interest of the state
form were distributed the
from taxation, told his hearer among I I
crowd and the senator urged a He win work for airport and harbor
here detail of both of the battle .4
development and for an ads.
careful study of each plank declaring
which he waged In behalf of the
Quote storm-reporting I I
that each of the 10 point systemBetter '
mass of cltixana. I
was In line wj&b his previous legislative and more complete hospitalization IN DISTRICT 5
After I Introduced the homestead '
service for disabled veterans
achievement and that his : ?
tax exemption! measure In and for the protection of:
platform not combination
wa a mere -
the senate and we got It by after a Vote for
of promise which could not their widow and orphan will occupy !:
strenuous fight I awoke one be fulfilled. much of hit attention, he
morning find this state plastered >
with hug billboard telling the Chas.G. TurnerON
Passage of the Townsend
people that If they voted to take AWARDED MERIT STRIP:
the tax off their home general Recovery Flan as the answer
Gainesville Ca, May 28-According to a crying need for nationalrecovery JUNE 2ND
10 per cent sales tax would result -
to special order published of
," Mr. Hodges said "I knew a permanent nature Is
by the commandant' office/ of 'one of the major Item in hit program -
this wasn't true and because Ididn't
Tear Vote and Support Art
Riverside Military Academy of this he declare He advocatesconstruction
want the people to vote Solicited and Will Be
city, Cadet Private Arthur Yogis of
an oversea highway -
1 closed
against themselve my :
of Naranja, Tin has just been! Appreciated
to Key West and the establishment
T a speaking tour of theIt.t. warded a merit stripe for his fine of everglade fire pre- (PaW I'oIltJoaI Ad..etl..t)
.. urging the people to ratify conduct and deportment Themerit I'.vention service, but I* firmly op.I
stripe is worn a* an emblem I
thin amendment Their answer
I of excellent record WANT ADS PAT WIT THEM! J
10 the insidious propaganda lit1U I ,
huted about the lUte bbig
business interest*-trying to avoidp RE MBE THIS
".;,rag their just share of the taxes! For the best Merttt of your

\\.is the three to one vote the children in the public tchools WN SELECT ICERATORI
mondment received in 64 of the
of Dad county.
6"c"ounties after I toured the atate i
risking to It day*. a total of 223
speeches for It," he declared. ELECT
Even: nftW. sub-ros fight I
ag.irat the amendment and seeking '
its repeal has been Inaugurated James T WilsonSuperintendent
I,,, these" so-called special Inter.Mb Y .

the senator revealed, ** I 1
...rt,ng that on page 114 of II re-
tent report given the governor by of
ft! i' ommltte on public tux ser-i
\uf. a recommendation a madet Public Instruction j 6
..1 the tax exemption measure on
tomes be repealed. jI 1 p
Florida must elect a man to It.t'I'norahlp (Formerly; Principe ef H.11' _- jI I

g"\ who doesat quibble Mead Florida City Schools) '-
01 qualify! his stand on this Important ONLY
piece of legislation which
(held talita.t! AdmetM.s.wt)
Is the greatest forward step the I NORGE win _.v F
people ever have taken to shift the
heaviest portion of the tax I s*$rat si'Kfivs-ron'txto
den to the shoulders of the 4 I
bUr-j -
tie porate stated interest where It belon I ROLLATORcoiarRtssoR :

The senator declared his Id\o.1
racy of adequate federal old age I ,
pension and mother' pension for s'saelor @
care of children whose support fas'cslv N.fe .
,, '
''I was left to widowed mothers I "u-sou pt :
already have Introduced such a NA"hIf I **_ ....,.,. sassed,, enewer ,toping :
measure into the senate but It heated W U 6aMe4 hecksadf64 A
...... W eke ereWyieJW 4;
w.to*......*-.. Jtee.lt-awe .
RE-ELECT sell le tie tenent eied eel ,
as ...... ewl.Maeg ......... a;; i

: Cary D. Landis YOU may never set the %r. I

working parts of your refrigerttor. 1.
But: .pon their cffi.
four house require a new roof or new tiding;or,If you deny tad :,
desire to modernise your home,you cad now borrow from oct depends ever TO. Choose the Refrigerator .
$100 to$2000 for the work and pay it back on easy monthly i of electric rctrigera-
spent At Press Action liiSUtchCombfn .
payments extending otter a period a*long a*36 month I

Norg and *./0, Norga bat .t/on Bottle .nJDfcy It, I
I timpla arphu-powtred
facie (M'tyfmprovttMuhMMtfc
\If ___ has made pooibie chase easy tern mitt NO almost e..tI..tiag.llo1Wor Slitting 'I
DOWN PAn NT. NO MORTGAGE sad -coU-nuklag: mechanlsmi laaauudnj Ls1et. J.J/.6t." SIt.1I
LOWEST INTUtXST KATK& cadency U the basis

8 TMs to yaw opportunity te *d4 to the 'vehie of over-all savings la food and WooBut */ 'J
of yes pntwrty by***** bnprawMM that jtCrigendoa coca-up to$11
ate.nd. .. Let us eiylai how.,It la to bow 4 month Light CIos./ySp.ceJSltelf .

Mai this mark daB HOWl ChooM you refrigerator Many ether biprove ''

f toe beauty coavctueoca,ecoo-
aW rt/iincmcnts
om long years of 4rva!* & Merits ;
Brooker Lumber Co.Phone performaac*. Yon will indII

these qualities la the NO RG E i
Norg Com to and prove it '

62 Homestead, Fla.CQATii'W to yourself. See the Norg /:') M ..... ,
before you bay. gostziwHOMESTEAD
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It i friday May 29,1936.

... TOVi) SEND BEAT Future Farmers Sponsor Amateur "Which Way America?" .aattttt aineegtA of ........'. tuffleient
II ..... .MI aprtttukl rani**
... Contest at Benefit :Midnight Show I To Be Theme of Sermon tarot to Bowyier the Mwwful, deNcU" -
=- ; TO IT CARTER ..... UnaPt.ftI
I -WWeh Way Amertcar the % .. WUI Am .
r HERE An amateur contest with tub I erratic party platform convention ; subject ot tai go to fee right or to *4 left
a which the
DECLARES[ prime for winner will be conducted flee of the theatre will close June I mrtuge What I* that *tTM.* Mysterious
.. by the Homestead OIapterFutu. I. Rev A. A. KoesUiiM will deliver stuff tailed ,....,', Who are
.. .. Farmer of America at a Instrumentalist, vocalists, In the Methodist Church Sunday the International"" r.? What
andidate for Governor midnight show at the SemInole dancer, acrobats and thoM with evening. about the constitution of the United

a Would Publish Yearly Theatre June IS. Entries which novelty number are urged to enter "Amertoa It Passing thrvugh a states today

n Expense Report must be from the Redland District the contest which it being heldto crisis such a* It baa never faced These and many other questions
. ',. ---- and are to be made at the box of- help pay the expense ot the before," he said In announcing the will be answered In the mew

iorry w. Carter former state I chapter to Miriam. Kansas, to return sermon. "It remain to be seen sag Sunday night Aa invitation -
and a visit which the Shawnee whether or not we posses ",ftl. 1* extended to all to attend."
now adidate
I GRADY BURTON MUainn rhant.r r r AA._ .
for governor held a I to Homestead 'last ChrMma*. -
M audience spellbound terN
than an hour by a sidewalk NEARS CLIMAX A dance will be sponsored by the
Address in Homestead Tuesday af- I chapter at the Homestead Country
Club June 6. Approximately! forty

nooo.Juch.of his talk Wa devoted to OF STATE TOUR dollars wa by cleared the chapter from the Satur-doincellIOI8OI'fd 3 Days to.

a ireful analysis ot the Townsend day night
n. which he said he ardently
supported. "A a matter of fact,I Jacksonville May 21 -Grady The Shawnee chapter which
J Stave been studying this situation Burton brought his campaign back visited the Homestead chapter here
for :year and when Dr.Xowrwnd Into the Jacksonville area for the during the Christina holiday,
beat me to the scheme third time last night with the presentation write that chapter all over Kansas -
Immediately wrote him a letter of a definite plan for the are anxious to entertain the
tf; congratulation and promised solution of Florida pardon and parole local boy*. WhatThree
June 15 the Homestead
problems chapter
sit Jull support Mr. Carter said
Since then I have organized ...vt i The: Wauchula candidate spoke' will leave to attend the state
convention In Gainesville
over a state-wide whereJohn
Townsend club In Florida. radio honk-uPi
Fredrick will enter the public
and latec before a large throng M
ytng that Townsend had de-
speaking contest and the
I I plan that offered the only Hemming Park, after morning and I string band will compete FutureFanner
afternoon addresses In St
sure promise: of ttcrrnanent relief with other
j bands. After the con-
\ for'the aged and unemployed by In ine Fernandtna and Al.lauat-j vention the boys will leave for;
this section. He
automatically increasing the buy. Kansas. ?
into They expect to return
I the St. Petersburg
lag power of the nation Carter Tampa [ July 4.Funeral.
tolled that It be given a fair trial section Thursday, down the east
I More than 50 per cent of the revolving coast Friday and through the heart
fund to be used In paying of the state Saturday His campaign Senices Held .
I pensions not to exceed 1200 month. will be brought to a smashing For 3In. Ward Roberts

ly will be derived from the trans- finish Monday with seven! ad-I I
actions tax on gambling and Wall cresses in large central Florida Funeral service for Mr*.
{direct peculation" he asserted. town, culminating In Orlando I tha Jane Robert, 87, wife of M."I
I with a public address and another Robert, who died Sunday .
dwelt the lack of
contfcnient information about state statewide hook-up that night horn in Florida City after a days from today you are to
governmental expense under the The Burton plan for solving the I Illness, were conducted at Turner -
parole problem In Florida has two Funeral Home on Wednesday
present system and said that he
intended to publish yearly an outstanding: feature which have afternoon by the Rev. C. N. Walker name your choice for state senator.
Itemized report ot all expenditures met with universal approval He pastor of the First Baptist
by the various department, includingstalartea advocate denial of clemency to J Church Burial was In Palm
I What shall it be? A docile
and expenses, if he hardened and habitual criminals Cemetery! Naranja. approval -
fleeted governor who have been convicted of serious Mrs. Roberts wa born at Pine
offenses but he advocates a LeveJ, Fla, and settled with herhusband
'. When the light I* turned upon non-pojtaal: 0M i> tyitcm for tbarecJartWbn as a pioneer member of of payment of more than $3,000-
tti Ithejanie cost of government' the MId resWrttton' ti the fishing colony at Cape Sable
.4 moil clans wltrfuWr'They tant useful crdcenahlp for youthful law I 27 years ago The family movedto tribute
000 in not taxes to
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declare violator and first offender Mr.: Florida City shortly after the -
Burton will attempt to hurricane last September
candidate laid he would for county parole official PI'9v1d'I' Beside her husband she la survived North Florida? Or blunt
lawk for better schools and more without pay and to be by four son, Harry, Roy, a warn.
adequate pay and regular salary on the nomination of fowl civic: Clarence and Lawrence Roberta
Bntreaae* for teacher He expected and church organizations, whose all of Florida City, two daughters ing that we're through playing
to'strengthen the personnel of duty it will be to keep track of the Mrs. Eunice By and Mia
IttMfjtate game department and young men paroled to them, to Lela Roberts Florida City, two
Jslimlnate some game warden who make certain, first, that they stay I brothers Wesley and Bennett Santa Claus? L t's make it the
mad* a practice of killing more out of trouble avoid evil companions Whltten of Fort Myers! ; and three
wild life than they conserved. | and remain sober and, second I sisters. Mr*. Leslie Corbett and
jPy demanding full value for *v- that they are provided with i Mrs Colley Curry of Fort Myers latter.
try tax dollar spent, Carter said employment and started on the and Mrs. Mary Davis of Port Oregon -,
M believed it will eventually beponlble i way tit usefulness to society I' Fla. I

to abandon the ad valoren :; Burton has vigorously opposed,
tax. Reviewing his personal ( the slot machine, the two Job pracI -
Wttery from boyhood day, Carter I I lice, easy! pardons for hardened I "W '. .. VOTE FORK
took a sly dig at his opponent ', criminal, the sale tax and the.
by.declaring that while it was true poll tax. The Perfect
that he wa a sewing machine I
He Is now placing emphasis upon
T gent for many years before his I his constructive program for Vacation

f appointment' public office, he I I the advertising of Florida: a definite Ernest R. Graham
**d line reformed but
10 of his
Opponents and adequate school fund, lessors pep and energy 'bf com-
a continued to practiceJWne i
law conservation of fish, game and bill ll a health count and vxa .
'kFy I natural resources; stimulation of tion-pit? while gelling veil *
agriculture and industry; national fad the sag* Key to Health
negro wa being examined : "Advertise Florida campaign at this sold famous Imuiutioa,
[far a driver' licensee.w' financed by the odd penniesnot founded 'br Sensor Macfadde STATE SENATOR
f And what I is the black line in paid to winner at race tracks, Who results ate of tee mines*
; the dniddle of the road for?" he the Townsend Plan; a parole system hoer
l was asked. free from politics, and a Dem- Health Oiautsuqua and Nab
} To' bicycles," was the reply. cal Culture Cotmnuoa: June )sly trait for to MM*)

'. and August Special program richweek.

< Sports, ooipetitiY games
f' P.M.A.BERGERDentist - - - - - -
DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST BttrtauwMnl, extras*, Micas, ...
ala swimnung, golf ob dn..
C qtnilt.Jona.. Pleasure Any
t' permanent wave
If't' sad mtofnmt; fog '"'JODfo
Office neant t a. m. U I .. m.Suday This health mart II

.. 36 N Krome ATtnae IU It upenued pat'bf tip rl- d opens.Mo won't do {

Closed Saturday finis. medicines ear opera
t Upstairs .
tions. Natural methods cnlr. A
Office Hours 8:30-13Q Free Parkin; Space delightful and dooming atmos Tars rear,your wave ass he fnhnlih .

mi N. w. irrn ST. MIAMI fhtn of hfcndliMM and good j a pers.el fnaM of carts
tj w OTEN KVEMNG9Bl rno\E 1.l1nr. fellowship ( lot At. asp ef you Mck.TWi the.

ArNlISrMK'T Moderate ram, tne fool, cn tied we fire roe with aasuraar_'
arable mesa, mid slae,. Ask br we M she Umnmlnoally lacy
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*, Ne obI uiOM,, Weiss daM1kaI seupeo e.eaes sad grwissIssues
.. Annie beds,. fachett. "Shopping anxud" I

Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate i -',get k lot rou...too!" tf usBush's
.'r. Oberlin Conservatory and Royal Th PHYSICAL.

: Conservatory of Leipzig DANSV1UB, NEW YORK: I Barber Shop

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PIANOFORTE AND THEORY sorts ass seen & Beauty Parlor

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Paura-EIurht; .... ". THE LEADER.FNTFRPRISEr.Friday, May 29.. 1936-( .,.. ".

I Social Events in South Dade .. . .1



Ifl-lt H. S. das day e*>

annual Radian High School Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Baker Mr erc ltl. Mile Capitols Cash and Hal Me-. ma Violet Lena and Dorothy Me.
juntor-senlor banquet will be In' and Mrs. B. L, Magee Mr. and May 2 -B. a S. Junlor-eenior Laughftn. both of Princeton were I Lendon; and Mrs. Caih's brother

aeronautical affair held In the roof Mrs. R. J:. Trotter Mr and Mrs banquet married Sunday afternoon by the and aUter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs
garden of the Alcaser hotel to IUanil -' C. L. Ooley Mr. and Mr*. Wharton May 19 Sacred Heart Club brtde'a uncle, the Rev. J W. Holland E A. Holland.
tonight Partee Mr. and Mrs. Rives, card party In club room at I p. pastor of the Miami Pentecostal Theeyoung couple left Immediately -

Th. invitation were little aero Mr. and Mrs. M A. Baker Mr. M. : Church at his home In the for a honeymoon trip in West
plane which bore a silver and i' and Mrs. C. R. Gutteridge Mr. June -W.. M. S. meeting In presence of member of the Immediate Palm Beach. When they return .

blue star on each wing. A large I' and Mr*. It C. Rsely. Mrs. Alyse church. : family. Leonard Cash of they will make their home lathe
liver teppelln will float ever the Tyree Miss Alice M. Xahl, Miss June S Meeting of home-I Goulds aa uncle of the bride, and J. B. Cash apartment In
ground beautification class In agriculture Miss Violet McLendon of
Alma Anderson, Miss Ellen Ny- Miami Princeton.
speakers' table, and the souvenirs
will be tiny sliver aeroplane and berg, W. W. Johnston Robert rooms of Homestead High were the attendant Mrs. McLaughlin Is the eldest
balloon Turner and Francis Uvermore.IOTILLEROOKS',1IDDING. School at 7:30 Dv m. Mill Cash we dressed In a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cash
June S-Meeting of Supper Clubat White crepe sport ensemble with She has lived lit Princeton all her
Ml* Angelina Walsh, Junior W. K. Walton home.June .
white accessories. Mia McLendon life, and attended Redland High
president, la to be toastmistress, $-W. M. U. circle meet- 'pInk
wore a crepe sport outfit SchooL
and she will make the address of ings.
with pink accessories. Mr. McLaughlin has lived
and Mrs. Hooks la
J. Augustus
welcome and the
present following June 4 Comus Club meeting at
Attending the
ceremony were Princeton for the past and
program: "Solo Flight", I toed to announce that the marriage of IL E. SthalT home. year
Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Cash has
parents operated a service station
the seniors, by Miss Gwendolyn their daughter Ethel Brundage, to Jun 1-R. H. S. claw day exercises. -
Campbell by Robert James Sotille Jr. will take place, of the bride; Mrs. Caah'a sister, there. He la a former resident oflfomervlile
; response .
Mrs. J.A. McLendon of Miami, and Ga.. when his
1 In the Sacred Heart Church: In moth
"On the Good
Cast Ship I
; g song of
June Supper meeting Presbyterian -
Homestead her four daughters, Misses ThaI- er, Mrs. H. R. McLaughlin.. lives.
on Tuesday June It,
Lollipop" by Emma Jane Rives, !, Men's Club at home of
two and I half year old daughter at 10 o'clock.EtDLAND Mr. and Mrs. J. R Hickson In Na-
of Mr. and Mrs. Green Rives,, ranja. II MUSIC AND POETRY WEEK PROGRAM IS
"from an Aeroview," a tout to'' P.-*. A. CHAIRMEN
June B-O. E.: S. meeting In tO. GIVEN BY WOMAN'S CLUB
the school official, b> Mill Margaret -/ ANNOUNCED BT PRESIDENT O. F. haIL I OF HOMESTEADMrs.

Sherouse, response by Superintendent The Redland P.-T. A. executive June 0 Episcopal Woman's -

Cha M. Fisher; an I committee selected Mrs. L. H. Auxiliary meeting with Mr*. J. A. Geo. E. Reed, Mrs A. C Ferreyra and Mrs. Harry Wolf
acrobatic snake dance by Mlckle Greer to be cafeteria manager and Hook Easton and Mrs. L. I* Bow tied were appointed delegate to the
Gerhardt; "An Acknowledgment Mrs. Newman assistant ate meeting hoe 7--R. H. S. baccalaureate for the prize offered toe the highest meeting of the Dude County Federation -
of Our Aeromechanic," a tout held in the school Monday. sermon. score In a music contest con- I of Women' Club in MI-
to the faculty, by Miss SeraflnaOriflcij Committee chairmen appointed June 7--H. H. S. baccalaureate ducted by Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick ami Wednesday.

response by Principal Carl by Mrs. C E. Elchenberger, president sermoo. at a Music and Poetry I About thirty were present
Wagner, I tap dance by Logan were cafeteria Mrs D. E. June B H. K S. commencement Week program given by the Wom-
-{ and Patty Rae; "Our Hangar," a Baahor; welfare Mrs. Curtis Lee; exercises.: an' Club of Homestead in Its clubhouse
i toast to sponsor and home room publicity. Mrs. A. D. roles; program JuneRdland District Mln- Tuesday afternoon. BEAUTIFICATION CLASS .

mothers and fathers, by Mrs. B. Mrs. Jos. Fletcher; music, aterial Association: picnic at Mat- Mr*. L. I.. Bow presented a STUDIES BORDER PLANTING
L. Megee; a long and dance by Mrs Carl Llndgren! ; high schoolroom thesoa Hammock at 10:30: a. .... living anthology group of I The class studying home-ground
Charlotte DanieUi "Happy Land. mother. Mrs. Chas Turner; June 10-JR. H. S. commence poems read by their author, Mrs I beautification discussed planting
fogs" a toast to the underclassmen: elementary school mothers, Mr ment exercise: Bow, herself, Mrs Reed Mr for the outdoor living room and
by Charles Turner; response by Casper William; high school membership June 10-W. M U. meeting Fitzpatrick Mrs A. C. Easton Mrs. for border and foundations whenIt
Miss Vera Parker; and a whirlwind I Mra. M. J. Bond; and church. W. M. Johns and Mrs X. M. met Tuesday evening In the

p acrobatic number by Doris My- elementary membership, Mr*. June It--Study Club meeting I Froecher Mr*. Reed read also e Homestead High School agriculture -
rick. The dance numbers an provided Cha*. Cox. Mr*.Henry Carter was home of Miss Jennie LobdeU. poem written by' Mary Ferrety) room Rock gardens, and
by the Mae Hose studio:; appointed historian and Mr*. June 1J-Areqie;! Club meeting Dickinson who wa called to Alabama pool, also, were discussed briefly
After the banquet there will be I Green Rive, librarian. with Mrs. Guaale'Jolnar. last week by the Illness of :by the teacher of the'class Gen

a dance ta which each Junior and June 18-W. M. S. circle meetings her mother, N. Wakefield high school teacherof
senior has been permitted to Invite EIGHT REDLAND MEMBERS The program was planned by agriculture.All )
a guest Erdell Mutchier1 I GO TO FEDERATION MEETING June Dad* County Home the hostesses for the day, Mr. who are Interested are Invited .
orchestra will furnish the music Six delegate from the Woman's : >monitratlon achievement day FItzpatrick Mrs. Annie Butler to attend these Tuesday

The officers of the good ship, I' Club of the Redlands and two from program In court house in Miami. and Mrs. L T. Nixon. evening meetings They begin

JR-36 (the Junior class) are. pi .I the Pioneer Guild of Redland attended !I Mrs Wm. D. Bishop, Mrs. Don at 7-30 o'clock.JSWEETBREAl .

lot. Miss Angelina Walsh: copilot the quarterly meeting of AREME CLUB HONORS
Boy Campbell, mechanic Miss the bade County Federation of MRS E, E. ALTMANThe
Mary Fisher,stewardess Miss Car- Women' Clubs ta Miami Wednesday I
I. | Areme Club gave a mlsocllaneou -,
t lotto Ames director of
; aviation
shower for Mrs. E. E. Alt-
'.) Mrs Megee In the crew are: Mrs B. A. Waldln. Mrs. L. ant
man at Its meeting at the home ofMrs.
Ruggles, Mrs Hays, Mrs. A.
Miss Gwendolyn Campbell Miss C.I, Wayne Call na Friday afternoon.
Willa Mae Cason, Miss Mary Easton, Mrs. II J. and CLEAN MOimMl
Mrs Seymour Dan and Mrs .
Chalker, Miss Mary DiNatale, Miss
Plans were made for a series of
W Turner, Jr, represented the I
Lucille Draggers, Miss Mary Graham benefit parties which will begin a
Woman's Club and Mrs Thos.
Miss' Olive Orunwell, Miss soon
't Billie Hartford Miss Joyce Milliard I Brewer and Mrs. August Heuer,
Present were: Mrs Theo Or-
the ,
'" Miss Myrtls Luckey, Mill Pioneer guild.MRSA.EQRGF
fanedes, Mrs J. E. Davis, Mr.
Serafina Orlflct, Mlaa Melber"Smith Ceo, W. Turner, Jr...Mrs,,,,AIbfirtMebemJ "
Miss Margaret, Sherou, ; ,FITZPATRICK rrW, B.,CtveI, ,Mra: ;;; .
Raymond Albright, Stanton Beck, IS HONORED IN MIAMI Do' HartlI JUraTWut' ***/*)}**; .
Atonw Bennett Leonard Cash, Mrs O. C. Howard of Miami MriWB, 0. ,Bran h. Miss Estello '
H Ormand Cad, Kenneth Chanlbsr; gated a shower for Mrs. George Turner and MtsiHeleiVJ4v1ngv
\ Grady Cowan, Charles Eichenberger : : Fitzpatrick of Naranja at the home ton. mt '

Charles Turner, George Wright of Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Fitzpatrick Those sending gift were: Mrs.
1; and Robert Vrana I In Miami Wednesday afternoon Guaale Joiner', Mrs. J. D. Redd

: The officers of the slater ship Redland District guests 14dted Mrs. Wm. Bradley, Jr. Mrs. O. ROldendorf i 31 SOLUTION
SR-39 (senior class), are: pilot, were: Mrs, Otto Bernecker, Mrs. Miss Mildred Sullivan,
Robert Cast; co-pllot. Harry Hemming Tom Torbert Mrs Frank Bern- Miss Marion Robertson Miss DOUBLE
*} mechanic, Miss Oulda Leggett ecker, Mrs. Wallace Graham and Thslma Turner, Miss Esther Livingston
: stewardess, Mill Virginia Delaney Mia Mary Bradley. and Mia France Dab- STRENJ TH

: director of aviation P M ney.WOODMEN'S.
Bakes The crew include: Mia ME. AND MRS. PARMAN .

; Mildred Campbell Mill MarioMacey ENTERTAIN (COMV CLUB :
Miss Emily Payne, Miss Nineteen were present at the '
Yvonne Profhero Miss Dorothy! Comas Club bridge party when it I I
: Five member of WoodmeD"
I Roes Miss Lillian SwlUay Thomas met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.C the local -
Circle, Mr*. Bessie Brady, PINT
Lee William Parman Thursday night of
bers, George Campbell Warren Fletcher Chant', last week. Mr. and N.... H. P.Me. I Mrs. Florence Pacettl, Mrs. France I
I[ : Coker, Mra. Sarah Martin and
Lueben Greenwood, James Hathaway Daniel won the guests' prizes and I
1 W II IUd Hendenhott Mr*. It H. Webster and H. It Miss Myrtle Counce leave today
to attend a regional convention of MAKE mouth wash '
: Ralph MuBlna, Markham Nein, I Schaff won the club prlaes, I the your money- go .
order In Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dcdcn. Mr. Junaluaka farther. Use .Mi31
Roy Nelson, Stanley Prothero I c.. from June 1 to L Solution. This
and Mrs. McDanlel. Mn. Martha
Wilson Walsh, Wilbur Wood and
ea Donald Sickle. I Goodwin Darting and BucknerBeesley I Final plan for their departure pleasant-tasting antiseptic mouth wash
were made at a meeting of the
Also Invited from the student were gueita. I drill club at the home of Mrs. has double strength Diluted with equal

body are: Ube Vera Parker and Member present were; Mr and Pearl Cooper Mrs.
Monday. Brady parts of water it to still effective. Guar.
I Mra. W. K. Walton Dr. Mra.
and !
Gordon Croat, sphomore representative (Continued on Page Mine)
i *, and Miss Marjorle Frank Hausman, Mr. and Mrs Lee anteed to satisfy you ,completely on a
I Campbell and Billy MAson freshman H. Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Schaff, basis.
v ; ''representative e Mr. and Mrs. Webster. Mrs. E A. money-back

i The others Invited are: Mr. and eeSgse&Mr. and Mrs Parmaa DIME :'GATLIN I r '
Iff MraJ H. II. Flier, Mr. and Mr. '
..:;', Fisher M,. and Mrs. W. H. Combs Tbe card party which the Sacred I
Mr. and Mrs L T. Pearson the Heart Club will give In its club- DentistOffice
.Rev and Mrs. C N. Walker Mr. rooms this evening will be its last

: and ttn. Chaa. A.. Cox Mr. and party this season,
1.tra.'I.,. R. Htcfcson, Mr. and Mrs. In Hansman BIdg. The Dixie Dm

cr D. K. Basher Mr. and Mr*. C. E. Mia Carol Warner of Jacksonville -
t' Mehenberger, Mr. and Mrs Oto.XkrFreese will return home Sunday

Mr. and Mrs. W. K. after a visit of two weeks in Phone 83 ._ Your Rexall Store
'Owen.Mr and Mrs T. M,-Tor- Homestead with her brother and
bert, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner sister-in-law, Mr. and Mae Carl .HOMESTEAD fftOSfiU t

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Friday, May 29,1986. THE LBADER.ENTERPRISE Pace

,LIONS ROAR AT no need tor repnnwtng the poetryof ,"-"
THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER TtnujauH, Browning, Whitman, Lady: "Smart, artat you' '"

; COMICAL ANTICSIN BY MTO. b L, SOW UBfUBUKUBJUaT Shelley Hun IiNke t.... noroven Porter "No Jenkins, lady
Chaucer and the older poet "
Smart's Just gone home to dinner.Pearson'L j jI
It was the poet who was the historian -
INITIATION'About .OCMNo relations to them. The dictionary the prophet, the priest and I- '
*** Wisnutar. HMM.i*> Lea. a. defines poetry as raqtlrteg tilt custodian of traditions, broughtto I
IWfcy. svgs M a> v4 a. a "musical or moving words,, usually us today In the form of song
'' 90 Members ..-,. ts, i-aNa.a.14aai., though not necessarily; arranged In Warriors and king have been
and the form of measured vent or proud to be named among the IB CARE '
Guests Witness Cuba' This U Poetry: Week and libraries numbers." Not very adequate as poets Get out your Bible and I
Reception clubs, book publishers and : all words art musical and the tin read the psalms of David and the
book sellers all over the United I tit prose has a ramie no leas beau love songs of Solomon. You know I 'fJ and Beauty
States art united la the effort to tlful and stirring than great poetry. poetry: to not of necessity rhymed
10 Lions and their
< About guestso'witnessed make America poetry: conscious. Clement Wood in his book, "The VCfSA. '
the humorous Trot beauty demand
Initiation Not a difficult thing-to do, for Craft of Poetry", gives this definition James Qabelle Inspiration .
'of four new members Tuesday gives much the beat of ear at all
magazines Newspapers all over : "Poetry: I* the expression to a little group of local time. Whether
I night at the club den In Silver 7'u
the country: art giving more ..nelIbDI'I of thoughts which awake try high.er
writers, hers to hit lovely wish facial
Palm. The Initiate were Dr. Geo. poem wave, a
and nobler emotions their
space to poetry: taking to or opposites -
Ruehle Charles A. Swann. King a manicure, CC any of
heart John Richard Morelands la words arranged according THE: FRIEND
W. Park and John I* Scarbor i the other essential aid
tome accepted conven
ough. Mayor Roscoe Brunttetter admonition "Poetry must at long tion." ,I The morning dawned upntt the to beauty, you'll find
er be a filler but a FEATURE of
of Coral Cablet gave the Initiation sun, the skilled operator at
the modern newspaper and magatina. Poetry preceded press, as a
address The air was fresh the birds elate, Pat's Beauty Parlor
I ." la his essay en Milton, Uacaulay literary art or' form of exprnelon.IA And yet, despite the lovely day ready to Sam you
H. I. Mosihargtt. director of the
says, "Poetry does In words his primitive days man lacked My heart and I were desolate. quickly any time.
Industrial department of Florida what the painter does by means the art of perpetuating uttered
Power A Light Company and I Of colours." And Matthew Arnold words In writing and poetry was Came night with storms, cloud In 010411119116104 ftatral aa4
chairman of agriculture In the I says poetry to "the power of so far better adapted to be retained the Ky. CtsniaaatlasiPERMANENT
state chamber of commerce, .UU4 dealing with thing as to awaken In the mind. Dull, chilling rain that knew no WAVES
on the lift and work of Dr. In us a wonderfully full new and end. Prices $S, J6 $7
1'ottr1..ddecl to music,
Martha Jones, famous diet and nutrition intimate sense of them, and of our our.vive And yet my heart with hope beat
throughout centuries. Poetry:
to the essence of concentration. PAT'SBEAUTY
Mr. For I, at last had found a friend
seven yean Mossbargtr West, and two vocal solos "Bird Many of the great novels of yesterday
said, Dr. Jones held the chair of Songs at Eventide" and "Mighty art still ,....novels, but PARLOR
'nutrition at the University ot<< Cal. Lak a Rose,"by Mrs. W... Mussel we do not read them unless they Lady: "How long will the next
1t l1lIa. Learning that the native white with accompaniment by Mist art revised, retold In the language train be, please Phone S39-R Horn Bldr.I .
.I the Hawaiian Islands had degenerated Virginia Trick. of our day. But then i* Porter: "One engine and two
since the Introduction _..._
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of modem food, that the children I
of those islands were being born
with low resistance and that tooth
decay was prevalent among the
children, Dr. Jones went to the islands
and at het own expense
staved: a health center. At the
end ot liveD years deaths from
An Investment in
pneumonia and deaths due to a HappinessOr
lack of physical resistance were
reduced from IS per cent to aero
as the result tf changes la diet
she bad brought about. The health
center ant established is operatIng -
and Is _attaining., the
speaker said.

The record Dr. Jones established
was so outstanding that the United
States navy investigated It with
the result that she was Invited to
comt to Porto Rico and establish
health clinics he said. She has,
investigated the possibilities of I
Florida as a place for establishing
health center and has started a
health center for negro children at
Canal Point and one for white
children at Cherry Lake in North j
Florida. Her work is *a successful *
that her methods have been i

endorsed by both United States i j ..
government authorities and by'
outstanding expert as well, Mr. ,
MossbargM concluded.The I
entertainment program presented .
by Lion W. L J'Iak consistedof
two humoraua readings, "Hllher -I I
Culture In Dixie" and "Agnes, I )

I Love SOCIAL Thee". by EVENTS Miss Lucille... i iLi

(Continued from Page Eight)

reported that she had rtMfvtd her to Remodel
appointment as drill captain for mow
the convention* i
Fruit salad 'and crackers were I

served by the _...*. I Face the Future With Confidence
Present were 14....Ru\JI\.
win. Mrs. Cooper Miss i

.Groover' At a bunco and tee party TKf'held!!,hat God-I HOME:;building is starting on the biggest boom in the history of our country. Building

home Lout of Mr* Deanna*Coker.Tuesday Wtn',the evenIng tint-! materials;land labor costs are due to rise steadily. It's the wise investor who read

prlatj petrel and Barney Ardor Godwin Brady, the, this second eon- the signs of the times and plans now to build while costs are reasonable. Never before

edition prIM. has there been such to 'so much value for And before
I Ice crease and cake men:served opportunity get your money. never
by the hostess and her
Mrs Martin. slaughter has the.home-builder: been so sore of a steady increase in ,the value of his investment.

; .p ';: Plans, Consulting Service Financing, Advice, .Help

,WA,.. r r0: 'through} \our' plan book and archU... THE government home financing service

?:'Croqujgnolt or Spiral, ; tects' 'guides/. Let us. advise you on and the"Federal' Home Loan'service '

5..OO1700; e- new trends Jn,,buUding;, new economies make" possible hew and greater convenienceand

"I AND.nXUUa: TSKHNtJ' i home eoru iors.. V in financing remodeling and building.

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.1 Floater W.n.-r...... :
i, HantcnrUg Mareeitag ;

i 1 fey experienced: operators ;' W. D.'HORNE CO. Inc.

I Tears Same) Ltcatiea ;

j I Mae Morris ];

Beauty Shoppe :

,Fleets Bldf. ... ,rktnt IU-W.. ;

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Page Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, May 29. 193iA ( .

TARIFF DEMAND TilE A STANDrJog League: !' PETTEVVAY TALK!I[ More-Than $17,000 Saved for Schools I

leans W L Pet I In Year as Mrs. Walker Plugs Leaks
READY TO GO TO Brooker .. 40 lOM'1Clonlnger :SLATED TONIGHT", n _
._ 2 2 .500Ooukls :i : : I II.
I 1 MO (Continued From Page One) curing the signatures of 20" of the

BOTH PARTIESResolution Horne .... 1 > .... IN LUMMUS I PARK I II i I.. ment died cordial out eo-oer and Mr*tlonln. Walker making received -- voter. this with club pledges central itself tocoopel'llle
any organization
B League I + her periodical tests I and will do all in its
With Potent Team W L Pet. Judge Raleigh Pettew ay will re-I! In the meantime she attended power to secure the necessary signature -
,' Rotary 4 1 ..800I j turn to Lummui Park, Miami board meetings and maintained a I *,"
Endorsements Drawn Tavernier. 3 1 ..7110I for common sense scrutiny of expenditures -
I night by popular request a return The chamber of commerce at a
Dade Growers I Rustic Inn ." .._ 1 I .290I I speaking engagement In behalf '! and other business matter, meeting Wednesday night voted
By I J j Burton j 1 4 .200 of his candidacy for govert i t Hof< the board. She found an error I its endorsement of the referendum

nor. He spoke there before on I In the method of calculating mileage movement and authorized the president -

+ Further impetus to the movement Local F.F.A. Defeat I May 13. Monday he wi" speak traveled by school busies and Ben Archer to appoint a
to obtain a protective tariff';'; over radio station WQAM at A | asked for a chec -up that resulted committee to assist and cooperate
of : m. I In the saving of $15,000 in the pupil in possible to rid
against foreign Imports fruit and Miami i Edison Boys any way
\ogttiiblns w as given nt a sparsely- I Judge Petteuny who emphasizes transportation cost budgeted I Dade County of the one-nrmed
attended meeting of Dade growers |On Local Diamond the fact that he has ne\ei lor the current school year. From bandit, which were termed inim-
in Homestead school auditorium I been connected with the presentstate her experience( as a school ical to the interests of legitimate
Tuesday night when a resolution :i I II administration or with any I and from inquiries mad taacher/l business
discussed at previous sessions' was The Homestead Future Firmer other faction or bloc was born and various schools of the county she I
adopted unanimously The resolution I won from the Miami Edison diamond grew to young manhood in a log I convinced her fellow members of I

bearing Influential group endorsements '1' ball team Tuesday night on house on a farm In Onslow County the board that less expensive desks I For the Best in
will be submitted to the municipal diamond, 1210. I North Carolina', the youngestof than those bought In the 1
the chairman of the Democratic i' Homestead pulled a triple play i, fourteen children His father under consideration 'for replacement -) OPTOMETRYDR.NEUENniWANDEK

and Republican national committees -{| In the first Inning after Edison I and mother. his' grandparents, and and expansion needs' would
for action at the two major', had loaded the bases Smith on i ancestors as far back as the Revolutionary serve Just a* well or better-end' DR. B. GONZALEZ
convention next month. second base caught a fly, threw ] War were likewise born approximately $2,100 wa caved 115 Venetian Arcade Miami
According to John O. William i to Bishop at first, who threw to and lived In the same county In She ha traveled more than 1-

of Homestead, chairman of the I Cave at third to complete thel| North Carolina. lie la forty-four 1In ._.... VillI",, .
resolution committee, the document I play. year old and married, and has schoolschecking up on aher I
already carrier'in, ]I Bishop and Smith hit homer! 'lived in Florida for twenty-seven achievement tests attending! board VOTE FOE

men of Florida A&rl ndone.1 land Caves knocked Out a triple for years, After attending preparatory meetings and otherwise carryingout
Iff Association, Florida Avocado, the local boy school: at Bui*'* Creek Academy what she consi.red tier duties I COLIN ENGLISHfor

Grower Exchange Miami Chamber 1 Miami Edison 020210023-10. 7t In North Carolina he received a* a member of the board of public
of Commerce, Coral Cable,! !Homestead 02111022x-12,14-1 0 an A. B. degree from the University Instruction

Chamber of Commerce and the J 1 Umpire*-Cave* and Wiley, 1 of North Carolina, an LL. B. Mr. .Walker:i* the wife of the State Superintendentof
degree from the of
University Florida
chairmen of the state and county Rer C. N. Walker pastor of the
I and attended law school Public InstructionWe
Republican'committee.* Other' First Baptist Church of Homestead
groups who are expected to respond I CROPS RUINEDBY year at Columbia University They have three daughters
favorably to a request for He hat served as Judge of the the eldest of whom will be
endorsement<< mailed this week are I Juvenile court of HUlsborough graduated from Homestead High
Democratic party leaden. United SALT WATERON i County five and one half School In June.LIONS .
States Chamber of Commerce, National I and has been Judge of the'
Grange, National Fanners' court for eleven yean, having years'l I
Association, Vegetable Growers EAST GLADE I nominated four time In AND C. OF C.

Association of America and the cratic primaries, three times without .

California Fruit Grower Exchanga I I opposition.
after a field Investigation of the !I I
damage, J. D. Redd, member of'''IIENRY i
the county planning board which H. FILER

notes Down Burton approved the water control serve)'
now under way In this district I''
i' said most of these crop could have MANY (Continued From Page One) I Seed ENGLISH U
And Step Out of Tie I'I been saved by the Installation of [ | at well Its continued operation' Our Sihooli"A

II I a proper system of flood gates, FINANCE POSTS j Is an Insult to every decent citizen Native of Florida.
For B dams and pump similar to thoae, and a challenge to every right Trained Experienced.Capable: .
i Lead
League In 1 thinking American. This club
j operation In the Lake Ok ee-
'chobee region. ,' I. As treasurer ot Dade County, a.1 pledge itself to assist in every way (Pild for by local friends)

Much depends the I bank cashier and trust officer possible to wipe out this dinner
I upon data .
Rotary Club to our civilization and stand
stepped out obtained by the as the head of a bond and Investment readyto
of a tie with Tavern Store of survey, which I 11 topographical progrtsalnglitewly business In addition to fifteen eo-operate in every possible
Tavernier for the B league lead under the direction ot I yean on the board; of public' way to terminate this outrage. (fIt

Monday night by defeating But J. Jo e.. WPA engineer 8.j instruction, Henry H Filer has t! la possible to have a referendum
ton ball s Department Store diamond tit Da project, Mr. Redd b.lIf\IDedj.';I served continuously in positions 1 on the matter in November by le-
team, 7-2. Fred Futh. big Ro of public financial
o.b: one survey party in charge responsibility,
tary first baseman
connected> with el A R Livingston, local In this count since 1812 to the I
one of Littles engineer ;
enth losses in the 1 111 In the field at present, but present year. in which he Is Candidate 1M.J. BEAVERCandidate
; and knocked
It to the If\-I" to be organized as for state senator from senatorial -i
the left field
side of the d 4n
t qualified men are available other'j Number 13 the
for a home run. "Doc" official! designation ol bade County for
Rotary centerfielder, got hi"Berler'l 1 11 11J

!l hit trIple.of the Samoan in the a C. OF C APPOINTS i Mr. Filer became county trens-I' School Board

urer In IB12 at th.j ge of 21) )'lI8n.1
1 Could won from W. a Horne, T' this financial timing wf a.w.-f! FROM DISTRICT NO. I
It Co., who just cannot seem to !COMMITTEE! ] ON ed that of cashier and tWit Officer a .
lOin, In the A league game, MJ I of the Southern Bank Cod Subject t* Jane Democratic

Wlttkop. Horn third baseman TARIFF PLANKS Company, Xroro 1913 to 21:1: : Primary
i the outstanding player of the which time-be resigned to form|
evening, fielding his position per, -ti the bond and Investment<< business Resident of district

lectl1.I (Continued today known M the rller-Cteve-j 13 years.
From Page One) l
M_ ab e .c..w. .kf kl| Engineer, B.. r Friedman at the land company with office In the\

I -witakoe...tb s 11'. .e .I L 00.G..l...... '.10., 4 a J 1 1 request of the general committee Seybold building Served as city councilman -
PIWIb I I 'II 0...... If. a and that while 'no solicitations of His elective record include a South Miami last
Irp"b"is a ,
a I ;'0- .. M I I fund bad yet begun several I year a* member of the first city
1 t YwN'1! .r : t 1'ao.ab: la voluntary council of Miami Beach. He 2 years as president.
e sass, ., : : : t pledge had been received. was,
.-.. of I ..M..._ I also, continuously elected to the
to -- III I I I'Vlh' .] t The water' control committee was
C eo.'IIf. I 11.....".....-a s I I asked to investigate the progress 'I board of public instruction a* representative 4 years as school trus

1t..1 being made by the engiaeeriparties rig of School District Not tee of Special School
from 1821 to the present "
I now at work and to do year Tax District No. 26. "'
and served a* chairman during 13 01IIDA
T...N is .1 T..... .. .ii.. I anything in its power to assist and of those 19 .
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t-9 .. years
Thom" I. .eatb. :speed the undertaking.! TOM, VOTE AND SCrPOKT

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tie So ttve that when you com to
W.t. sI -'
nc-... :CITY STUMPED die even the undertaker will be Mid PoUt.... Advwthieest)
Plow .
e Go Cam....
.. ... sorryt Mark Twain.
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I Germ. : hoe tow tit.e, ........
PPaa.luard..'. k.ben .... ..... .
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.el he Ymw.It ban e 1h" Sim ;
tsa/n.t .e apt.a r last,,..,
i: verim IItItIoort .ad II-. J. Harvey Robillard ,,
\ }y I -
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:' Okm SkKmm o' 'Usti j Pearl Davis clerk Jim | jl
: atHto : ; ; <' Bhho f : n I, ; Campbell t
HI '
A. 'Tom Brewer Mr L. O 1
rf I' Rlwiidt If Ruggle. State Senator r
,. IWMI....... : ; n M .... : : i,I| Inspectors; W. D. Mahan, sheriff Ill ,
) e. It I I f w.., .r r. ,
' Precinct
t .... 73 Box No.1. Cave'Ibldg
I 1 '" a -, $ .I 'jfelBrt' \ e J ,: W B. Cove,Sr. clerk; Wm i Subject to the Will) of the

: f'tai : 1 : -wuur t 1.. : iX! .. Murphy,, Ed .Brooker C. W, Democratic Voters of I

It ........ T., T...'. .. 'i i [tftttc kheriff, Inspector; McKInley Hatde '-l Dade County .
-aaat'ad IS_....... I. .. .J1 ) I|

I ,' *_....' .. WAHIl' Precinct 72, Box No. S, C.v s'i JUNE 2, 1936 Stop at M*
, bldg: Cleula Dandy clerk Fred
,' s"" act lit "-4
\ : See... "ha 2. 9or..r. 11M1Mb Fucha, O. C. Radford, Inspectors Qualified by Training ilotdpatciclaIII
I i R.j awi 0..scow. al-M., aloe... McKinley Hrdpe, sheriff :

," _u._ bwIl.n.r..-... ........., 4.s5..1._ ryassae} I R..."j Precinct T3, town ball: Mrs and Experience .. E. SECOND AVEN11
'! .. 1I.n..IoI 1006 so Wb1, oIf Lk is W. Severy, clerk L. B. Diets : VI'I
",;? .e alnaea.*"r' "Mastic.. am I b. Liar ar ward Stiling B. B. Putten, dray 1.11W.1 Adw.tb.r.A' ) I .. D. McCKCART, rrfprieter

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riday, May 29, 1936. THE ENtERPRISE Page Eleven

APPELL WILL Forcible Talks by Gubernatorial j I and unvarying tat edattaistre.I'I p
[ 11. lion of the civil court H* wht
_1ieetAIIft an the strength af Ida Aid", OtEi FLORIDA

3a DRIVE WITH Aspirants Enliven Monday Rallyj, record. THIT ARE SAYING:

I The entire field of five candidate
(Continued From Page One) dldates, In the race solely "to Mock! for county tax collector WIll "Dan's the Man"

:> FBAM1 ADDRESS Job, and uid he would support ChappelT. He asked for a I prMnt W. R. Becker called al

constitutional amendment curbIng Jority vote in his home county of tendtion to the proven value of

4i the.power of the governor and Dade, which he said was entitledto I the system which he installed as

in Oiappell will climax: his l state pardon board, and providingfor I governor a* the largest unit In former incumbent of the office ) DAN CHAPPELL
king clll1pall1It Bayfront the aIred election at circuit I the state He said st least two- During his Incumbency more than I IsaoooOOO

to Miami, Monday night June I court Judge state. attorney and thirds of the "1400 state bureaus I passed through hla I

d rhen he will bring to the people county solicitor He favored old' boards and commissions" shouldbe hands, and the books balanced to FOR GOVERNOR

11II ado County his final message age pension, revision of the tax' abolished, as they were useful a penny, h* said. He promised to I

candidate for governor Chap 1 system and legislation designed to only to build up "SholU1 political give the same kind of service and I

's recent three-day visit to his Improve labor conditions.Dan machine at the expense of the taxpayers make further Improvement" If I

m. town" friends In this coun- Chippell also gave part of ,"* elected. .

(d,1 >ai met with a warmth of gen- Mi time to I thorough berating of Old age pensions, exemption of Harry Goldstein, Incumbent, '

feeling seldom accorded a the preeent governor "Sholtt boat and tracton from the gasoline said the office Is being handled "i4 +. .ypy
idldate here, his supporters say knows that if he rap for the United tax, five and three dollar automobile efficiently and asked to be held In

c I report of the reception and Stale senate on a popular vote he tags, recall of dishonest officials this service another term on the

ration he has received would be sent back to the sidewalks and relief from the tax burden basis of work well performed He
Ullhout the state was met with of Brooklyn, where he cam
; were among the movements cited his training for 20 years in
mac and further pledges of from," Chappetl declared He accused that Chappall promised to work the business of taxation and added '

upport, !It is said.appell the governor of controllingthe for If elected a long list of memberships in

reported acquisitions legislature In order to avoid Again Wits WM asaailudi from various civic and internal group

] ew support in the contest had Impeachment, und of using Ids *n directions when candidates tor to ids professional\ qualifications

'n looming to him from emery power over the elate Democratic' supervise of registration cam to Ray E. Brown, resident of Miami

carter during the past week and executive commute to obtain the the platform. G. C Kirkland said for 30 years, said that this is ht,

IJI/0Dticipated/ more of this In the senatorial nomination. that one of Ms opponents W, E. tint entry Into politics. He uttered -

.$i week of the campaign. 1| Chappell declared several of Van Loon was given one of the his training In accountant

- .I ese new proffer of support," hit opponent were machine can- !belt Jobs in Dude County by as an asset and promised hornet

Cheppel!, "coming as they I I' Sholtz. Carl Holmer tits incumbent and hard work It chosen for the

:xdb,it this late date from every I and T' W Stewart also linked office i
;Action of the'btata, seem to Brevemy LAND IS'TELLS Van Loon with 1 the Sholtz machine Miss Lula McLendon spofct. ol

early predictions that in tho Van Loon retaliated hotly her 14 year of experience 41 deputy : d

final phase of the campaign a WHY HE SEEKSTO I by applying the same brush to his under her father, R. B. Me-1 I! '-\.b.-Il'. I
Ourge section of the electorate I opponents He asserted that both Lendon former tax collector of,

could go to that man they think I Holmer and Stewart were "SholU Dade County. She had been taught Dan n.11 WM -rim .. sal.>
t'eiulIto.t serve Florida at' Talla- RETAIN POST men, and they can't get away courtesy and honesty, she ...Id.I I the LWtho Tallahassee. .1..,.

)Jwstee the next_ four yean, and'I from the fact" Personalities were and her book always balance. stlen bad MM.r .,Iad... _If_

:What is equalrfmpOTant" the man' indulged In freely. She wanted It to be known that shewas I e.rw Interest at, the. H.sapesea.had the d awn 1M Whls Lam -

hbO they think had the added advantage Tallahassee, May 28- Attorney James J. Marshall asked that definitely I opposed to Governor ...rfc situations M riving
of being In a favorable' General Cary D. Land took time the office of superintendent of public SholU and his method I 4..lM. .or patnuMftt to mwiibMv of U*.
bvhtetui* M tad peoples WM
(pcultion in the contest ( I off from official business as Flor- Instruction: be placed In the Another SholU reference was M Uw Gonrmw said Wlrtml UnhvbUtiir.
\'StThat man my friends it DanChappell" ida's legal adviser today to tell I hands of a man not connected with mad by Hayes Wood who declared UM ......_.. that pass
the and said that MI the tax collector's office' ,._ MX itM wnh1.e ever taste
of the board
I people the state: he has served : present '. ._
M MMrau inlMt H
for the past five year why he I Ia being opposed by "a lying, vicious will be under the thumb of the' .......II billboard mtniwmni-r
want to be re-elected to office : gang of character assassins, governor If the incumbent 1s re- without kmlM hi 1M .uw kknry ..
lone missionary Group elected. If elected Wood said < M build .fcnnlN. nllil !
General Landls, a veteran of who are using the schools at a political w a ( *
Holds AH Day Meeting Florida law courts and a successful football. Ha reviewed his he will keep the office open at night tMklnr' .kr .k that! ,.Ird l.
f practitioner for 28 years said qualifications for the office i for the convenience of working Insists onto ,of MlMnwtwl II Tell.h..se. ..
I. that he regretted his official dutie I James T. Wilson, former prin- I people and will put a deputy collector Dan 1'1I..11 tore". ....
program on "Stumbling I in the district tn IsM _I..' M.w ...4 ..... MrUM
Blocks or Stepping Stones" was, prevented him getting around the t cipal of the Homestead and Florida negro prevent U MM *,.... I I. b .l.wMiran
'given at the morning senior of entire state to visit his friends and City schools, said that he will not mingling of the race nt the km****. rm Mm ktkvukl ,
I to Individual collection windows in the main office ul Mw i MMltiliM <. rOotrrnor
be or
all ol the carry on an Intensive campaign! any .
,the< day lone meeting H. has aim Maid.
Methodist missionary societies, "I came to Florida In 1901," he group If he is elected superintendent Ihr right ti Ih.i ,iK .il.. and ...1..'
said. "I obtained a position as of schools He referred to hmH iM laws of 'h,. odmlnbttt"" ..
held In the Homestead Methodist
Church Tuesday. M'ri J. X.: Da.' teacher In Stetson University; tnd I yean of practical experience asa /vrly,aught",.., ..aaraa.Iwb.._ltI... fn I.v.rwr mud nl.< I Iuivi .

lit, gone leader presided, and later opened a email III\\\-otfl\ Jo teacher and school executive and FLORA F. ENGLAND
Fteltas made the opening the city of DeLand-Bert Flatt- to Ills special preparation for HIM THAI CIANC'K
'llJ.rt.r. IV have lito.no..11 .
s'e.pl. -001
now United State minister to school administration work a> hi*
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Seventy-five members .,
prayer. th.' man who .111 re
- 'answered roll call Egypt and I forming a partnership best assets' for the office He .1 kcc1 .."". ""I. ,I r.lt..h.r. wad.
I i in 1904, The people of this state his audience .support .i schoolman I 4Candidate .ill rn.inInikta, .. /edriea.hsta.
1 Win account ef missionary work were good to us seeking promotion ,in m\ .1 h.. will ..,- KUiriita Into M.
done in Mexico was given by Mrs. I 'her f"..r x-..r..d Ml* bled IwN,
"When the position of attorney chosen profession. .. .. ,
I. ("r iKr put IMrdr her
i Harry Waller ef Coral Gables, general was offered me by appointment I In the civil court judge group .. ..rat T.II........
KMr J. T. Feaster of the Riverside
I I saw my opportunity W. Ross Burton outlined tit- past
HI oi-rtm: Trig IIHEDTDun
Church In Miami laid that > of serving the people of this state record and said that he had u"irked hnvvll II oftm UK Miodrr.l
;this, I 18 the fiftieth anniversary of who had been so generous and hard for his education .vhu1 I H. 'Ia'" his.. _" In plate
the home mission work of the 10elety -i good to me. I Sid not accept the I Included three degrees from l', .-,01.. living Ones Ie e... tie.
and that the objective for I / .d {In 1"1.10.' DM CJIua.>*>UlVra
position with any political ambit lumbla University He said he j ... .
>n I km llm art of fine ILm*
this year is a much enlarged membership j tlon in mind. I do not have any a candidate, not I politician. anti ...h.. "r -lulnn the lumber A*
There are now 31 auxiliaries 'political ambition for any other The Is opposed by two practu.i. (I",.,nor ... ran he .......... "'.,.
in the district, she said, I 1,, ..tv. 4w" ,-.... He M U.
state or national office. politicians ......,. 1 .
wan or sae ''''"1 1H.
with a total membership of I486 "I want to continue to be your W. F. Brown said he had taken I I. p..4-in a limit k. I., .
and the amount spent on home attorney general because In only two weeks vacation during it...'.: ."". .1.7 ..dw of the p.op1.Ale. .
my mill,,,,,. 1. .._,.1..
mission "red the
the "
work pest year was heart there is a deep desire to]I I his recent eight years of service far Election t* In rrrii.nl .""., ,,f sums U.,? ..
I $ M.75. Mrs Feaster outlined plant serve the people of this state and on the bench a* judge of the court newt by I 1".1. tad nwllii. I..

that would be helpful for small. I It U my wish before my day's, Of crimes, and declared that If Djde Co School Board snit iittln I Ih. unjm oII,1e| h .._
auxiliaries. "lo;, would continue .. ..1- ; riM I , t work It done that it call1e/ said of elected he ram .. .ill .. ......1'Ctftc .*.....rbiMl.
..Miss Leonora Robey 'S1vhd Is me that I have served my followtmen ways before, to co-operate with. >I.trldnU... district south ant) farm .....1_ thin M' .
carting on an evangelistic tour of, as an honest, capable and efficient the growers and business men of I of Tamlaml/ Trail ...*..ln** t.. H. favors UM-..
arras ...1... ,? Ik. p-W nl,
country gave a chalk talkthe IICrval1l"LEGAL South Dade. Your vole sad inp0ort will ., .rh'rla ha'. base ,1mIIrnd I
Silver Bluff auxiliary presented Judge A. B. Small incumbent assure thecourteous efficient d.ts.notably. II........ lean I- rIn.
, a playlet entitled "Why the referred to pioneer days In Dade and Impartial conduct .''..''- ..nit I Rod ......10 ,..
Missionary Society Was a Failure," NOTICESI. and said he considered Homestead of the affair of this office I... tho...... tom. If .--, ten.
I I. It. dual .I. tad .4d people
and Stanley" Wittkop sung "Fact hit second home as he had so (P.U Pollllral Adr.rtiMra.nl I H. f..... ....11 by 1M laapl.'Are.hee -
IIIrace" tin Ckenit, Curt of .ho II.....,.. I. friends here. This friend .. .. ....
with piano accompaniment distal Cleult. .f PI_.. a sad 'oot many !'' of psblir "
Mrs. J. had been earned h* said by '
Redd. '
by tt the County D" N. 4HW. ship Kill KNOWN WHAT WarlN5.
After luncheon had been served SPKCIAL TAX MCHlMlI DISTRICT devotion to hill duty on the bench WANT ADS PAY ,
NO. I or DAna: COUNTY ttOHlUAn I O>n C"'ppoll hu mnInhlHiir. had a."
a program "Stepping Stones to Potltb"r. STATE OF riX>RIDA. K* Peter' ...rl.orlyred aI-'r
I ...... ,,_ .
the Future" Miss apnAn.tt A. a n.nh.r .r I'"
was given.I J'<.ll" W RnalMMIml of Ik* t'o"iM"d V k..s.hst'a ....",
I' Jennie Ixibdell offered prayer, and ""N' RrfiMlmi ....... .f Mistrial THrk I Unimpeachable Honesty, Training, Experience .I .] ._ H. KM IIt .. .1.
talks were given by members of ..l DMrM N.. 9 tt Dote Coat; >. .mtliuitl<>n u, curt llMMlrlrat H.
teveral :I n.e/da. R.IK: a Pall W tin PwiU. and Achievement Qualify Him ...._il these. saw .... h e
auxiliaries The Rev H.
I Whirls War* .I ... kr Dorno .l This .,. .
the %._ bi right UM VTM,"' .l
Ck I .......... r
Cowan of Silver Palm made Court May II. 1114. I ,.
ad.-..- -_ oT MncM
I TO THK: TAXPAYxlm, : AND eITI7.II:"' "
the closing prayer. :,i or SPECIAL TAX SCHOlll. IJIIITRll'rNO. I Ima N Wit Din l'b.ap.ll at Uw :v ;
:""The church had been decorated OF Dins COUNTY. FLnaiDANell. ELECT nor.> dross ''" ''"" room ri..I..ul .
10 Mwby green thatn" ...wndad I" assured. unlMl '"..,,-
trtth garden flowers ferns and .. ....
; .rd.e .. duly < and i> less In I aMr"r .I a..t sad teas r.
palms by Mrs. S. E. Livingstoni 0.. ._ ...IUod .... by Ike H..".."', A Tots roB DA" I RA I'
I i ,and her daughter. Miss Helen. An 1'.1 O Rfc-MMk Hams. JiHtno. JxHikil* the Clrruh OlrruliIW / .of Counat ,.h. HARRY '" 11.1. IR A TOTS you rt.ORln4 "
,. unusual and Interesting feature ....* "( F1.rida. In bad for Uwn cant, 4 rUTIII&.
'Was/ the of canary "t .4r as may I*. UM, seals tk. 5.sat ,
pretence a Fkw/de. requiring n thMMk tk Male
among the flower" AUn....,t of MM Circuit to show eve nn
tad tote day 01 .rv... soar, at tile h..." "II DAN
I I' .'......., _, iif uM day. >l .... .Ircu' GOLDSTEIN
WILL SERVE LUNCHES Court Bonn la the Canters III th. Cltat >
the Hln.1 In the Cowry n* audit In ..llClmll.
Member : Society
of Ladies' Aid
why .... un of the Redland Community I rending Native proposed fa be ...... 10.
Church will wad. apeel.l Taa solar Ptotrlrt N. I "fsass.
serve sandwiches, Cussy. .Wei .... ,.. validated ...alentlraad. h. Chappell
toffee, milk and pie at the BcdlandI ,I Tax
,Polling place the Helping Hand AMI tf .... luwor ..r ,1 I I ctal. Tu synod Dtotrfet ..... kM anytour
clubhouse on Tuesday. a ikov wti MM kuMb tiwU MthMW
i be sad IW. ..( uri 'film d. his > FOR
!'" required to show seal, ..'M Mm mU. CollectorDade
JOHN O. RAIJ.RYY POST h 73 apart .1 the" MM use bad plans
WITNFsa mi .l.n.l.m .n4 olrlrMMl
AMERICAN LEGION at Miss... In Dad, commit, riivlita GOVERNORHE'LL
this IMk toy "f kl.r. I'MII .
1k'etelnt/ and thud Vlelseaday I. WATHERIiAK. Cleat ., t*. Needs
4 i. w.. A..teu LeshN. Bldg.WW Clrndt Cheek Cwt of 01 FtarW Uw Btomnk k> u4 J4hkl fir.. County APPRECIATE: TOUR

2 sass efse l Boom Reeeas Ace.tbaltr |>Mlr CMOTUr the Best I IPlkt VOTE AND atrrrotrj
...., P7.. I '. Rr r I. O.14Drssto CWke .
w Firm:
r --. >foMlMl A4w lMiMiit) PdNlreEUS.al
Mtomlt Ptarhki. (
Millu.r foe P.51.55..4.aa .
AltPes. MAD Tai WANT AD4, ,.ael d..ar.a.; lap .. ,


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i Page Twelve THE .1'1 1

to fall to OM reed 1iDe Qw CMta II tcotr Txoor txtncno I
LUBRICATE FORI] [ OHM cntrinc .vii"aasid.at
Or t idly; 1nIur....... A. & Md'...... B.d. CMmly J. D. REDOCandidate
Mm maw aD Inking -.It Boy Scout .---. and a.rii
BMQTto ,
SAFBTTWEEKI IN] Borttrtt /lwnded -
b* trotted to one wheel wWi ,
boy atoai nw ttac -
UtUt HTect .o the ear tmt tae- the local I
PROGRESS N01 Jar deft ta Starting' a Jtod. Lock Tweadcy vrcnlnc to iIIqIert low. for
.t kOrtnUcn of the rtnvtoc "sM the tromp
% made ottte tanner, foe Wa two local was UnIneasnesl.
SUB Oa Executive TeUsl faww tile Mcnrttr of aft A.and F.SceuUnaster Archer and A.Wffiaitl A. Koeftttnr rffiehL I CountyCommissioner
and Mlta
whoa we are drrrlnc I
Hew Some Bad Accidents amine gags dines toe. (f hug mow law"nt .
pin t are not *de HappenBeortOr we cmwmcmfr*meat eeedittable the ridtintamdal. ; Districts
CMHiB Oflfeidt! ctccrfax, wheeltUranr W4 I
.........H*Lubrict. ( and ifcmBw tnuMr Dn- 1 and support
tar Safety Week being held I.... hiteiattd .,..... may nap Md far a lively quick ow the a UXv: Your
twain Kay 2) and M.the Sum CCloaa Amjjlattwmtor.ladkofbitifi..''I emotes fuel alto Blue Sunoco which I solicited on basis of 07
JonI district man.p,. cation may awe a trann tbtttr win snap the driver and car out I M past recordtLe
ttMitatx ui4 repair xpcnaei taba apot-tnd believe thai
of tight
H. J. Lynch, bM auuntcd tlcpfendid ....water pump tinta chain! the a dew.ice driver phi wide I
mart IM followed up I IrnoBttrt Ia mod ...... awake Blue Sunoco plus aa adequately I (hit POtakat Admedmmoaw j

safety drh* toe *aldrivta .. ..And tor It II vitally teporUnt I ; lubriraUd car to by fat" :
to always remember the sift crafty the aateat man an the highway
.. .
"While adequate tubrkati
play a much pter put ta say,.. IBMM
ty than may of m realize I IMM lie
,..,.....,. "tt>e fact mood
that fmutmu*etal eatery *UB Del
with the brabM behind the whoa
It to trot that a property hibclcatUfa ..
oar JIft'"IdI eateadre drtftr b-
sad txuwMjuenttr person
ccfctaato irtetni aroma huawa fad-
art by iiimrlin pnxopC e..r 1M
complete functioning rf all orl
beg parts 01 Uw cu_but ftm tile M Un Memo.r.11ai Day
JUJor drtwt.rwpcwibUitr rata with tile

-Bill kf INbat totrlcalkh ,
ta do with .",. fir fa
tone*; taU Mivtnal joint LM
of tubrinUon may lie mpomlb and du /r
Stir Ulhif 01 hoot universal join, x y tk
which met permit UM dries abet

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Friday May . .

W1JOS WI10 IN THE SENIOR CLASSL : By Decamp CL.SS11L Reds MtiKa Iewr.

SCHOOL NEWS! ,... Fledsbh T1.a.v Mallets
I HOMESTEAD Meet beavtwU aM ___________ Darottty Duke
i. Mast handsome bay __ __._ ? Awaray O nMre We. the sneer Class *t long of

LuiiuJit jJiAnBm J WaM iauiaanjiiI I Most studies rout .. _.._ ___ ... HMkt pewee. ,Homestead High School .to Ute etftr ;
mm, i mi ma.riir in ;siM 4. Most studKws boy ______ __. Owchtea. 111I ............ which se pUnted httb I

HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 19W | Wittiest lid __. ___ Rewetne Van refine btcaiianrr apprmlBMtrty \'
one and oa* lea th Mile
.. Wttoert by Tbs *a.>i FraaWto
.> Ethan BaSry leans Th .ew pupil whs.Joined aorthaf Florida Qty at tile tsar ,
|, 7. Most athletic: lid __ Marjorie SuMva .
1:, tile yea Ins and month of as that year were Melba Sever L Mast athletic boy __'__'_' O the Harkasr bet, having sbowa ourselves to
Septmbtr. tvclvt loot but happy, Leas Whitrbead, Vlrtuua,Hodt L Hast cwwtittd girt Katherine Yam bt tatelbamtUy unequalled Dademrully :
Carl Itohrer! and Richard Matlsoa. ? and physically ..*..<*e4to !
yew ago twelve of the present 10. Most coocetwd boy ? maws Ltwreoe*
MAW da** pfck\ 4 up then Baby t The eighth year brings tM pleasant -, 11. Most popular girt .._ ____ ____._ Virginia Made* th* highest deem, anew nt: '
Bay reader Md trusted happily MBoria at beach parttut. ... It. Most popular boy ___._______ John fredrick' tbraafft, tour year *t *UTWKMM :
alms w begin their fin dayeh 01'w. wtoner roaata which added fre*..1 IL Best dressed girl| ____ ______, Dara hy Desire study...peeving w*are absolutoy I

<*l had tt last reached |y to our happy school I t& V 14. Reef dreated boy _ __'__' John rredrtrkIV. | supernatural beep, da hereby )
that knifed tor day when w* war;I had quite a few new pupils that Best all around giant Virginia Hodf'It. declare t*.our last wW and treat '

to bum our happy school lift. year but the only ant of our preeel Best aa around boy = ====:: IX H. DeibnsxrIT ,mast ,

The number of new pupil was dS- senior elas who cam to that Cutest tM __...___ __...__..__ kMba. SeverIt. After making a vary detailed I
waded between tin Jackson net year was Haiel SuUiva At th*: Cutest boy _.. _.__ RteKard MattaonIt. JWW7"1 1
)Irs.. Edward Tin billet ftmaimnf end of that year we would be I Matt dignified pi __ __ ._____ HaaelSutttvaa I material and immaterial w* leave \

from that large On grade ready to enter high actual Even 19. Most dignified boy ___ ____ ..___. Debbie rare uw studeM. the party of the second

elastar*. Jewel Campbell Dorothy the very words rated us with won 21. Laaieat gM ___ ____ __-____. U" Walker part, the laBawmr I
Deden, PnaciH Fread Uota lit> der and exciteineat The wondtr I n. Laziest boy __ ___ ___ __._..._ Sam Allen Article L Tt the Juator rhMtw i i
tie. Katberin* Vann, Ethel Baiter. was about what the Junior woulddo 21. Keisiest girl ._ _.____.._ Katherine Vent reluctantly tear. one difarty ;
Dorothy 8ruIn n, Bobby Caw. to u* on Rat Day the fateful tt. Noisiest boy _._ ..- ____-- ___ HR v.- sad seats on the left state of chapel. t
Otba Hackler Edwin Lawrence.) day for all frnI IIN. Th eicttement 2V Quietest girl .__ _._ '___" ...____ 1IeI7 Make Article II To the sophomore ." .,
Tommy MoStett and Nelson Me- i was about our new schedule. M. Quietest boy _.--__ w. a Came and fivthniea w* wilfully leave ,1
Courtney The day came and Now we would be able to Neatest (id __ Dueethy Deden our treat desire for learmnf. Also
went, and each one was fined witha I pick tour subjects at which our Neatest boy JOS Fredrick *ur low p

good many mischevtoua prank, classes would consist for the next [ Most mduftrfeu tM Annie Mae Death III To our beloved andhonored

that all first traders like to play' rear W* new were feWnt to Most Industrious boy __ tea Dane plaoeM.rPROPHECY faculty we pattauill bequeath 11 11Artl'k I
The year Dew by until much to our I be mown up now. our nirptus InteiSfroW.hapag .

turptue we were told that we The list week m our freshman they wit benefit thereby <
could bare three month vacation notified of the rubs
year wt wet OF THE CLASS OF 1936 Article IV Th member Grow 1\
tad that when we earn back we l of Rat Dav. Woo be to aaroaebo Senior Cie began the tailor"
would be in the second (nde. I' w faikxfto lrV up to these raka. By Mm Creanell sad Rkaard t3Lstts.a eiv**. letter loom Harry Brewp tat MsdrrMwib: },

In be second trade were Goodness, bow w* dreaded that He si the bead sates maoafcr at
L W. H. Carter: lease abthty
my ,
But it soon came: and to ourminds 1 'the General Moscow Company isDetrtdt" I
areas divided into tee troup under day On graduation nlfht June ... to wear other ptoate's tym clothe 'f
Mb Stevenson -1 that was one of be longest I '
bins Edwards and 193*. ten yean ago, we, the mem- without getting caufht to Karl
We were Joined that year days in the history Of time How ben of the senior das of Homesteed Secretary 'Bfll Wrcoe.- Snuth. \ ,
classmate who werestrivtnt funny we felt to have to wear our Grennsw: -Btl Vercot
by Mow mow High School. planned a reunion -' Myron leave my '
tar the cam purpose we clothes wrong aide out and backward of the data to be held June 'and his wife. Marjorie Suttvan. ..J'r. eyebrow ;
because we IUD wen that tut though;I left II month to to South
were evidently ago to
>. 1M4. Th following t* an; painting my fuifemaus.. and applying -
bar them with us. They were: w* bid to bow to each Junior and accurate account of a meeting!; America, where Bill i* employeda perfume to my carcass, besides
Moon: Lois Walker. Clayton senior w* met Each one of ussstreW engineer"
Mary bU a few week before the time' an bring aa all around cosy to ,
Lehman and Myron GrennelU mad a vow that when w*i! Mt. for the reunion a 1 Secretary "D. tt Dclttnter" Robert Branch. x,

When the third year of schoolbegan were Juniors had ever been treated www" UN so 1 Vioe-prestdent any on of' Laban: "Both DL H. Dad myaaUcouldn't W*. J & Ooninte and Karl .!

we found that wt were still sorry we The foDawint days passedall you any idea where th* let away tram our work Rohrer hereto Robert ea...., a
to be divided into two ,.... This mean.tea soon and the time came Is? This meetinf was PftidftI'1| at >e J. Reynold largest tobacco and Archer Hudson our eanfiarnc ;
time our teacher were Miss Kay turn- determine whether wee could bv factory In North Carobna at the eking a success In Ut wit,.,. .
when all leaves begin to |I
and Miss Drew. We had sane that la examination tI- tile reunion that w* bad planned. same tin so b* told roe to gibe I labor. ;:
new classmate, also who art tin W* might aa ...110 ahead with!!you his regrets that b* could not I. Harry ..Stoo(*" Brown Raw u
with IlL They wrt Theodore I When w* came back to school the Morrow bt her at this meetint.- I to Winifred Owen my perpeteanyrurmtnf a
Franklin iota Fredrick and A.. w* were full-fledged soplec hate.
that Secretary: -Karl Rohrer vocal chord and Bacmd *-
Secretary am sure
We bad few rights around
ale Moe Booth. Alone towards now a
Richard U.: -I Just rearived a mouth.I.
Theodore Franklin, better known
the end of the year we began to the school such .. a Dentate place wire from Carl Rohrer and W. U Mary Moon, will my quietness
a* Sadie, will be here. I win call
But aQ of our ritWadktol
have a wool testing that all was assembly tilt ton to tee who is here. U Carter. They have a cattle ranch and bashfulnesa to JeaaeU Sever.
one-hundredth I
not going to end up*o well becausewe equal part,any member of our traduatinf', in Arizona ...tit was imposaibl I, John Fredrick win my ability I
of the end prtviieat of thou
went total to have to take examsimUoas i rights das to absent and one of for either one of thins to be here. to sneak out U order to reinforce
senior Just watt until w* ewe yowl
far the first tun* IIw I I senior students who j jI knows whet' h* is. pleas answer t bear that t.B.Oasunter i*on his, myself with a amok at regular
The new
had seen ahead late the yean I I for him Sam AlIta.* wy to the bit teefuea H* is, intervals during school hose. to
ta com the examination w*would I joined w wen: Laba Bishop, playing shortstop fur Montreal, in!Donald SuIUvan.I. t tI
bare m high school I brbeve wt [ Harry Brown, J B. Ckmmfer. ELI Aubrey c.: "Mr.' Secretary "I I km
the International It*(\* Campbell, My
would an hv been tempted to a DellingCT BUI Tense and A.,Allen was unable to attend this .
SecretaryYves might bare charming urnidnm to Hale &*Hfard. I'
I I bcey OwIbIre.I meeting because of the fact that
fttwup the Idea of trying to gate j 1' known that Sadie would be tats," )
aD education I Next cam the Junior year, the I h* bu sleeping akknes This Sadie: "I would bye ban here. I. Dorothy Deden, leave my
New came the fourth year.Those happiest year next to tile senior sickness is the result of hit bui- sooner If It badnt been for the ability to get out of school to a*
first three year had Same year This year w* wen aU put mil and his sleeping during his fact that my plan bad motor down than for a eoeo-cala.M anybody -
by Bke a Cash. Apia the clam 1 into one room under that beloved I II biftt school day and during his trouble between her and Washington WMbmf to potaea* such an
_divided between Mrs. Wynn Junior sponsor, Mrs. Becker This office hour Oh, yes I Just re- where I am now practicing ability

and Mrs. Kebon. We had quits I was the Bret year sine wee were I Ia.." L PriarOta Tread .leave my char
r a few new pupil that year but in the first grade that we had been CLASS SONG I Secretary Otba Hackler' of th* Cme Serves OU CMnpaay
bare remained with Ware I Ij placed under teacher. The I
those who one Sadie: "I saw Otka Hackler uptown 1 to Virgil Orrnnett.
?ean Fknnan and Fern Rob first week w* mad plan for Rat i (Tune "Memories" j' and .be told m* that h* L Leob Uttle. leave my editing

ertson. Many inleratinf and happy Day Now it was our turn to see Memories memories, I couldnt get her because lie bad ability to the bay with mlnffame.

things came our way that year. I thaw freshmen squirm. 'I'M"" Dream that have come true, M check ever eke paid for the' .-OobWer OH**'.
And so the day passed until w* turned out to be a treat success aa tree die Sea of Memories, extra edttooo of th* Leader-Cater- I. Katbermt Vann, leave my
were promoted into the filthgradr. I a* everything abet was destmed to WtVt drifting back to yes I 1 priM which h* now awaa Otha ability to skip school every day

I be that we bad planned throughout Childhood days, high hoes day. hat built this paper until h is the aad still make food trades, to
la the fifth year we bad some the year. Plan also want Among the friends wee Met largest paper in the South." Hazel Ptnninfton

new eteasmates but they have not I ahead for tile Junior carnival How As now w* leave you (Continued on Fat Sixteen) Continued on Pag Fourteen)
come through the year with m we worked to make this a success ,To :you well be true
to the finish. At the end of the and with the help of the dozens In our beautiful :mem ore_
year our eye Oiled with wonder of Homestead It was a success.> ELECT
and regret because we knew w*I We made more money than any! Round us at twfflght come stooling.
had only one more year In out other class previous to ours had i Shadow of day that Uv*till .
beloved elementary achooLTh ; made Maybe you doot think we a Dreams of our shoat days reveal- H. Filer
sixth: grade was divided between I felt bitter than the Junior class i totMemoiiea Henry

Mrs. loser and one of the.I (Continued on Pate Fifteen of day .that are fane
nicest teachers w* could hare at
could ever bop to ban wherever
we might search. Two yean ago RE-ELECT
we mourned her passing into another -

teacher! and I am*better sure M world.one will That eves Walter H. Beckham 25. Years Public Sercice in Bade Co.

forget was Urn Cooper. Id the

sixth trade w* were Joined by
Whitney Beam and Birth Town EVERY PROMISE]:FULFILLED i

who are un with us. At the end

of the year w* a'ilJett sorry to be JUDGE 0rJUVDW i

leaving our dear old elementary Stand for the .;
school and the many food tima
which we knew would Kill lit ... i
Nevertheless wt knew we mud COURT BEST INTERESTS OF" I j jt

. CO ever to th* high school and be '
, pd the second half of w education.
, We carried aloof with in The Home
. beautiful memories of th* bun. *Tfu ChlWren'i
deeds of food tiers w. bad in Use
_ six wag, happy yean of cur (ram- iMild"Ck.eee The Schools ;

mar school live ..
" Wit soon discovered our live fa The Church
hit school would be very different w
,Iron: what we were *atd ..deeata.B.g

to. We bad a different ttachei .*. at peeves tbUtty ,kfdealmt
for every subject Irerytntai cs dldaey SJeet toOeaanratto
wtth chatter to prow
seemed topry-tuny to us. How frimar
in the world did In>nee ever lean aWe evereUUrenl e arl!
'"- where to to and when ':t was supposed -
to fo! Howe-er. we .r;,'r. asst rNAlat J<4watMashhbe) Outforfirhense1hh
all bright children and wl:nf U I,

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Tall Fourteen THE (i.FADER ENTERPRISE Friday May 29. 1936.

ueady.- The guests were: Mrs. the eighth grade boys 8-5.. In diamond Miss Jackson's class Is find to l
...,, Mn. Scott, I N. Webb ball last Tuesday. have Barbara Gene Wakefield and \t
I j Mr. ...... Gene Reynolds beck In school after -
HOMESTEAD' O I I Mrs Webb' class hope to have an cough.absence caused by whooping )

TM week the chemistry claw Annette Campbell back soon She
_'n'nmn..n_ been studying: organic com baa been absent several day
Senior Girls Form Club the Redland -. The Motofir. das ha
that they want studying bird behavior and Mr*. Fifield' das bought several -
Which Will Meet Weekly I I school hours, wasps and bees The gen goldfish with the dollar it CANNON
Virginia Frlck.I science class I* studying mi won at the P.-T. A. meeting.
The girl of the class of I, Sam Allen, and health agencies
formed an organization which: 113'1 I to become the useful science clan ii study Mia WUilami' pupil are learnIng .
be known as the O T. Club world to Pie"" source of electricity and heat- the second multiplicationtable j
meeting held at the borne of Mr*. I, Whitney effect of electricity. and are studying corresponding 4, {
Ruth Scott, senior sponsor, yesterday ability to :" '
division combination They !
afternoon. Meeting win things, wing In Miss Hayden'i Latin class, took up the study of grasshopperslast ;
be held every Thursday afternoon. less words to Webster and Eugene Scherr I week and learned the different I J Jf'
Officers elected were Mil Virginia I. Fern .. at the head of the class In i part They saw one grasshopper '
Hodge president, Miss Ruth ability to skip and Alta Webster I Ia still that was shedding 'Its skin This
Timer vice-president. Must Jean pretending a .. in accuracy. She made wa very amusing to the class ,
I'm.man, !wcretary-treasurer; and work to Nora %) on all sex teat*. I -
liana Grot Little and Mlu I, ,
I, Richard
Miss Doraey's third grade was
Dorm Sullivun, reporters M.r-1 I ability to Letter writing I is the Interesting given a class party last Friday :
111> nlhfi members are: Miss heart by of English that the sopho evening by the room mother. Mn. !
Dol lii.mmin. Miss Jewel Camp- | lque and by 1 .... are studying this week. The C. J. Parman and Mn. E. L. Lawrence -
Nii M>ns Hazel Sulllum, Mils I to Tommy are sorry that Naomi at the home at Mrs Par- I
Mary' Moon. Miss Prlacilla Fread I I, Lois : \ will not be able to come man. A good time was had by all Ir ;
and Miss Katherine Vann ability to to school this year. The third grade had a class picture '1rAt'
Mrs Scott served punch and I graduation to made Tuesday
cookies 1 I, Jean ": The public speaking;; domes have I l :

I good feeling I fifteen volumes on mod- Mr*. Edwards was lose 1 _
CLASS WILLContinued body that wilt eloquence. Bobby Brandenburg who this (
to Dorothy week for Georgia. The second
( From Page Thirteen) I, Virginia The seventh grade girl had at' grade welcomes to the class Maude
I, Otha Hackler, leave to Harry 1 ability to try .) last Friday. The'i!Riche from Redland. CONGRESS
ular girl In supposed to have
Pierce world I
my champion pole
medals Joan Kellum. test In sanitation Monday'I I
hopping I, D. H. unfortunately Miss Thclsen I Townsend Endorsed Candidate
I, Edwin Lawrence, leave
my ability to .. not at school.
tint person, singular pronoun I, Dukes West. 1'P Notary Public Speakj in
to be used In I
always speaking And last but I The girls' physical education nitK IXBCTtANCB Auto LEGION PARKSATURDAY
about ,to Robert Cauzen
anything Senior Class, \ ) _. were disbanded tout week 5'M>nu>- uxia 8 P. M.
I, Tommy Moflet leave my athletic take of the absence of the In- I I I ,
figure to Ray Martin, matters,'aJ : Min Thelsen who 1* at, as A. amens see. 1 (P.M Fattiest Adnrtbmmt
I Etbal leave charming
Bailey my -
bedside of
Into his own her father who
MX appeal to Iva Oyal.I III I
junior who has / III In Fort
Dorothy Brannon leave my f Job. girl hope that LaUderd.Ie'1'
ability to eel out of work In order
next week will be so
that loaf I __
I without
may peacefully "' be aleiwayFOR
improved that she may
being disturbed to Eugene Scherr. I to return.The .
t, Myron Orennell leave my I I JI JII I'
ability to consume great quantities -
of food during school hour to I............_......_.. I sixth grade boys defeated GOVERNORNOT
Willard Barne
The '
I. (ivton "Slobe" Lehman leave Mrs. Becker's ( an Administration Candidate)
my ability M cause the young innocent 'I
classes were due HELP Honest fearless just he Is
boys to play to
hookey I ,. leading the Held-deservedly.
Alvin Hardve. I The Junior
I, Lots Walker leave my height sponsor Mrs. HOUSE
and athletic figure to Jane Draper.I recovering from I HE STANDS FOR
Theodore Franklin leave my the r- I':
original complexion compound wa held last I IMr 'I ?i REPEAL ef the SLOT MACHINE
which I ute! in order to keep my LAW. It must be lifted
smooth, school-boy complexion. > to *. Webb's !,! from the aUtete book
B.F.PATYfor .
Jack Catlin. ; economic class I
I, Melba Sever, leave my abilityto h, 6 OLD AGE SECURITY.
chew gum constantly, even In REAL HOME EXEMPTION
Mrs Field's English classes, with- -tar widows and unmarried
out being caught, to Helen West persons as well a* head of
I I, Robert Milton Caves, leave v. families.
my ability to Jerk sodas aU night
and still be able to flirt all day. The plan sponsored by the
during school hours, to Buddy GOVERNOR Florida Education Assn. as the
Flti pa trick. best plan yet 'nlaecLAboIIahllll
I, Nelson McCourtney leave my
ability to make Mrs. Field thinkI lax en gasoline
am asleep during all hard recitations used en the farm and by beat.
to John Walton.
We Hazel and Marjorie Sullivan YOU CAN TRUST THIS MAN
leave out fearless bravery In
facing history class, even thoughwe CLEAN "All the cay with Petteway"
havent studied our lessons, toAlta
Webster and Bobble Summerlin. I HEAR HIM OW WQAM MONDAY JUNE I, g P. M.
HONEST i fmUt FnMtlral Aitv.rtto.m nt h. M''''do) _

I, Laban Bishop, leave my talented I
ability of mooching anythingthat
is worth having, to Canon I EFFICIENTP.w
Malcolm. Re-Elect
1, Bill Vercoe. leave my ability I
to grow whiskers before the age
,P.w fee br I.hod'
of twenty tt Robert QauxenlI
Aubrey Cheshire leave my ,
ability to make everyone think I 1 Your Congressman
am Yen quid while all the IIm"1 '
know 1 1',1\ viol 1 to Ruttier I
We. flans Mat Booth and Ruth' FOR HIM, ARE YOU?
Tower leave our ability to make

-'i I Charlie DillonCandidate I MARK


Clerk of Criminal '
i WILCOX M+aa.

Court of Record

In the Jose rriaary Itse

A resident of Dadd"t" PENSIONS- .+ t

M County for 37 years ,' I

Not Promises'
few VOW and Support Will y I

Be Appreciated I

I I iFORSHERIFF For honest efficientadministration I ACTIONSNot -

of this Words
office vote for him.

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Friday, May 29, 1936. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Page. .. Fifteen

let hone until the next atteraoe _we tried to .Nut me wool over "Oegorra Pat," gasped Mike, that I "If I hadn't kept the brake on we I
JERRY CARTERI I The end of the year came bringing I those teMlssfe elm I was a Itltrllmb.." I ihould have gone backwards.i i
examinations The next most prominent eventto "SUre and It WII." puffed Pat. Ix. 1 1I

CONFIDENT OF I Last, but not ..... by any, tab pees WM the senior play. I
means came our senior year What; We received enough from this play I II
privileges we have enjoyed a* to buy a nice gift for the schoolso ,
RUN-OFF PLACE' seniors) The first semester we' It would remember the largest PENALTY oft PROGRESS

I tried to study, but for some enter clans ever to graduate from :
known didn't Homestead High School Along I {
reason we just "
un-I -Lei the rich counties like Dude par the bills ta In* err
Jacksonville, May 28--On the to know how to study, \ towards the end of the year we
from North Florid, and now with the state spending some 1 1I
eve of the primary election Jerry We all waited far Skip Day received Invitations to the annual
W. Carter one of the 14 candidates Kid Day to arrive Finally junior-senior banquet held at the $37.M*.to* a year, Dad Comfy b forrrd to pay en*-sixth of all J
for governor, WM so confident of the tint few weeks of the American Legion halt And now I state Ux u. Then to no justice In It. M let* top II! j
being high man In the tint primary semester we decided to take durln'l we have reached the last lap of our
that he began definite preparations oft for Skip Day All race.

for the runoff campaign of the seniors-including the two''I Graduation how big that word : GRAU itfor ]
which will bring the voters to final additions to the class. Clarence I sounds to us Never to go to high ERNEST R. State Senator
choice for governor on June 2J, I Froacher and W. H. Carter -I school anymore, to be left out of
At the Carter (Ail.rrtlwracnt paid for I") fr'',,, -
state headquarters crowded on a truck and headed all the good times high school students I
In Jacksonville, X. A. Fleming.j gleefully for the keys We all had I have. never to hear the
campaign manager amid I a very enjoyable day in spite of j laughter echo through the corridor
"J.r\')' Carter carried oi of the the rain which tried to ruin our, of the school. gives all that arc
(7 counties in hit race for the railroad -j' good time before we got home. We leaving a very solemn feeling MURLE.PACE
commission three year ago arrived home that evening very Commencement' what will our YOUR NEXT
and baaed on 1 signed card and other I tired and sunburned but happy later liven hold for u.? Some of
positive evidence, we agree with i nJ"t came Kid Day All the dig- j! us will go to college, some of us State Comptroller

the editor of the Winter Haven seniors dressed in kids will get positions, some will get Platt. was who Memos .. his pot.
Chief when on May 14 he printed I clothes and with their all day'.nd married We will be scattered to ... of ...... ........... 'InIMT ..11.10
this ....uon: suckers baby dolls came gleefully -j the four ends of the earth. Will ..,.k. et_ a k....... mail.uellfl.d 71
to fill UM .11.0 (.. wklrk k* 1,
erry bent his opponent for to school to read out of: we feel sad at not starting back Ie ran.....
the railroad commission by a ma- their first grade readers again after I to school next September The Hurl B. PM was twice .mU..t tl
jority of 60,000( and people who twelve year The lessons were twelve years we have spent hen the Florida. State AMttatlwi of Was 0Amw.era

travel the state say sentiment Is surely hard after not having them ,, have been long but the happiestones Mad pace ._ amesa etherMInas
crystalling so strongly in his favor for ao many years A very nice we seniors will probably ever to Introduce ,.k.tr sad Iw.teltia.st ..
... '.. ........
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is (
this class
that they wouldn be surprised bunch of first graders we made have. So with day program Gain. aNd to NBlnaU tomrtro,00"ship
if he rang Use bell proportionately too, even to Bobby Cave who i we leave with you this one k, ....,,
In this raCle.' > wore the very latest In baby I thought that these happy schooldays If n* .......... of DM ilulIHw ,
That just the way it is It clothe We finished the day with I will live always In our hearts Bad the* kMMMi some .!the.Pwit NMW, "to of If Iw
doesn make any difference What i a very kiddlsh party and a, very ;
wild claims other candidates may grown up dance that :jnjght Not I MURLE.PACE"herp I
make we have seen the Carter as many classes have been attended -I The HaaidleaePanting

sentiment surge the state like a as should have been--especially and perspiring two Pact Kith Pact"flH( Nlltcll Ad..rtir.wstl.
tidal wave we have seen our the week Mr. Sommers was In Alabama I Irishmen riding a tamdem bicycle :1
pledge cards pour in as evidenceof It was really terrible how reached the top of a steep hilL :

a popular demand for a change ---- ---- -_.- ---- -- -..
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from lawyer-politician government Paid; PnllMnilWho's AAvMlrm.nt

to a common sense government -

Florida."Jerry by Carter the common, we believe people will of Afraid of the Big Bad Senator! !

be high man In Duval, Dade (yes,
I said Dade), Hillsborough and
Polk counties and of course, as I "Not Us"roar
Indicated above In nearly every friends of JERRY CARTER

other county In the state Friends
Of Jerry Carter, In my estimation
are due for a pleasant surprise Lawyer-Politician Rule Must End.

I next the darter!Wednesday vote)will morning be even because.larger All Florida Has Taken Up the Cry-

than most of his supporters at
the moment can understand. .f:

CLASS HISTORY Y Without Chains and Without' Barter,

(Continued From Page Thirteen) \-
that had put us through such misery -i Jumpin Jimminy It's Jerry Carter ,.
on Rat Day Our Junior play, ,..
The Tin Hero", was also a grand I''
ucceea. We now had enough I .
money In our treasury to fed ,, ,: \ FOR
those tenters as they expected to
be ted at the junior-senior banquet
The last and most important y GovernorJUNE
event to take place In the JunIor -
year was the banquet. How
we had planned for weeks shored 1 2
for this and how we hoped it
wouldn be a failure. Finally thr
r Newspapers Acclaim Him
night arrived and each junior and
From,WFST Klorldii Marianne Courier Journal II Is
senior dressed in his best bib and
Jerry Cirt r. and no mlilikt florIda II tarturut
tucker went We were all the il4 t, to an him for Owtrnor at this HIM
least bit scared before we got there ai 1 From NORTH llnrtdai Dayton B..rh Obumri. Jerry
but we had a very nice time wen Carter has steles the lubwntlorM hv. tad thea4 -
; undo are crawling oo .his bandwagon
though some of the juniors didn't
Tempe Jwry propone
., the BtiM whom* wiir
'a to IJOOOOO n" wttlcn Florid' ones elected
a Oonrnar .o km promise to drain the I> r-
elation : T* equally favorable W a sear
t't dilate who prom to oil bill the steald
kr w (
from torTHWriT Florida: fort Uyr News PPMI
A rood many "6i. fitnt of ebwMtot knk
Jerry Cuter Is an right toe Oorvrnor We this
I to too
I j to from 14.T e....' Utami HmUt' Jam Carer boa aHMw
I I When la Doubt noorda for enthusiasm ll kli OHWtlaet. Goa-
,''I Vet for ontd r.c ep ions beer p.e 1,10absolutely unuwi tltbt

Jerry W. Carter

Soft, Sane Pngretuv RET, YOU TOWNSEND8& GOT RECORD TOTT.lrry .
list Ben to thanes
your Carter le ItU roodvd
a to gel yourselves a O vrn*
the veto
I largest srer
or. Jerry Carter prtcUlois
I r your gospel *T TJ lime, ko ghee a candidate fr state
sprits II. LONG has been office la the .history .f .....

i ACTIVELY Identified with Ida at an art-,... UolkB,
the TwnMnd movement.
who B lie was chows a Bjm-
I i "kyw He 1111.1114 and war eltet
I yt ed president of the Tslla her .f the State Itallreed.
I r bars Townsend Club and Commission ky a rate *f
has hi Up Possession a per. 11UU earrrlaf very one
out teller of appreciation of the (7 ascetics with the
Also I from Dr. f. L Tetumnd niwptUm *f n... Thl* to
I Jerry Carter Is fr the your chases I* make MmCertnwt
I Townsend Ian tint tart ky oves a till
ROYE.Brown I .:. and all the Urn. DOn bigger! tote Frtondt *f Jer-
I ........ ,t.
I JUdl' tBKi, the Manta Jerry Carter knows snare pMpI U fiends Ikaai Way alto
hsanely.ib rote aPeopleissbiuiy.. his knew ate *< gor>mental I STATE-WIDE NETWORK AT I P. M. JUNE 1 J
PIONEER affairs, his eaUrlag InteUlfesit venom to the State. M* __ .

FOB I Florida Is Aflame for JERRY CARTER

Tax Collector
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Fare Sixteen THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday May 29 1936.
I I n a l ldged
1 N! Slats ........... I kwewInat a contract to play baseball TaHahMse a* one of Dade repraaeototlva !!
COPIES OF STATE'I everyone of you bas mail. With MM Chattanooga Lookout MRS. WATSON TO' *.
about Bobby Cave He" attempting In the Southern Association" Mr*. Watson wishes all to understand "
CENSUS REPORT a trip aroiawi the worldIn Mofaard M: 'Thl pat year I HAVE HUSBAND'S I that she i* an anti-Shottt
a 20-foot uUboet" fanned MO acre of tamtoe and candidate ;i,
Secretary: MIll [AM." built a new packing house which
NOW AVAILABLETallahassee Fem R.: "Leola Little and Mal I* the largest one I In the ....." HELP IF ELECTED :
Bailey. tent their regret that they Edwin 1...: "1 new own the theater -
couldn't get here.' They are attending and the drug Mart formerly Ernest E. RobertsCandidate
M.y 18- .The FlorI- the National 4-H leadership owned by J, W. English and my Mr John W. Watson I* bating
da Mate department of agriculture! conference Lenin I I. the national dad reapecttvaty." her active campaign for the state
ha just published the report of president of this organtaM Tommy M.: "I know you aU have legislature In Group S upon the I
the last census of the state, the lion and Ethel: I* the treenin read my comlci and new article practical experience In legislative
sixth census taken since the lint Ha anyone heard from Mary in the New York: Tribune. In method which she has acquired
one In the year IMS The state : Moon!"' about two year the manager of a* aide to her husband Senator
flu issued a census report every Annie Ma: "I Juat received a I this paper I II going to quit and I, Watson, in TaUaluuae Although I
10 years There lure been other letter from her saying that she will succeed him." the senator .to retiring from office -
cemiM report prepared but they oouMn't get here. She I Is in New : John Fredrick"For the put! he promise to accompanyMr
to ese the work ol the United State York working in the office of the i three yean I have practiced: law I *. Watson to the 1037 session of n
government New York Herald." In Miami and this year I am running the legislature and to onto her
Nathan Mayo, commissioner of Edwin L.: Hello everybody for state senator from South I in every way possible If she U
agriculture, through the aid of his Sorry to be late but I Just got off '! Florida." elected.
staff of skilled assistants. spent work from my drug tore Aren't Fem R: "After I finished bl.hl Mr Watson, who I* the widow
several month la assembling and Virginia Hodge and Katherine I school, I took a business course! of the late D. L. Hartman. who
tabulating fact contained In this! Venn here* They were sure that i and now I am bookkeeper In Bur-I was known ai the "Strawberry
comparatively email book and It, they could get away from the beauty dine' Department Store" I King" of Dade County I* keenly
will prove of lasting value to many parlor la Miami where they Lol Walker: "Lat year I wa' Interested In farming and any +
firm and Individual. within our' work but they must haw been appointed dean 01 girl at Stetson she will do all ih can to upset the 3
UU. unable to do so." Unlvenlft)'," I Cuban tariff treaty and to place a
The Formation of Counties end: Secretary: "Jewel Campbell Annie Mae "For the past 12 heavy Impost on winter fruits and
Chung In Their boundaries by PrtKlll: "Jewel Campbell and month, I have been taking flying vegetable from Cuba and Mexico.
Ywui" form an Interesting chap- Ruth Tower were unable to get Mon and I received my pilot' She i* now operating her own
tot In the forepart of the book.' here because of the fact that they .license about two month ago" farm on 78th street Miami. for
The "Origin and Name of the! couldn't get away from work at Dorothy D.: "* am editor-in- She I* an ardent supporter of theTownsend
Counties" I the Pan American Airway where chief of the Miami Tribune, and
V III low follow Plan and McGroarty DADE COUNTY
A study of the 'Population of Ruth I II a secretary and ...welll a Uo own considerable" amountof bill and a bitter opponent ot thedot
followed I ho* ...." stock in the company. machine and diet tax:
Ftarid from iaao to my i II -
Melba S. "I the head ule.manapr Juvenile
Whitehead and : am Court
Secretary: "Lol I Judge
by tables giving the Economy In stab government t.
laUuri, by eou.ntlftYff) 10 Dorothy Brannan are on a tour for Sean, Roebuck and one of the main plank In her platform -
beginning with Ihe year POPU-1 of the world They are Company In Mlanil"Annie from experience ihe lays, subject to lane Demecnile
Mae: "I make motion
punlrd by their husbands a
iha has discovered that there arem.n
Them are tables of In the oil business In .0I0m-1 that the! meeting be adjourned and useless expenditure under Primaries
by raeee, population by Secretary: "Hazel that we try to get ai many memo administrative method,
acturdlng to race and sexes, minor ben of our graduating clan to be IVM PnllUnl, AdvertluvetiSENATOR'S i
I I I Melba S. 1 am sure that Haul and the promises to try to eliminate -
1 divisions by and voting
in race would have been here If It w..n't preaent at the reunion ** poi- !
many of them if she goes to
of senatorial and "
age population for the fact that she 1* working asa Ilble, !
rongrmisliinal districts according i waitress in the Waldorf Astoria Melba S: second that motion.'"
t., i.11''* und toting .percentage Hotel In New York City" Sadie: "A motion has been mad WIFE
of ui;rr,,IM. or decrease In white and seconded that
adjourn and
Secretary: "Clarence Froecher"Richard L. R. "ROY"WESTON for
population rural population and *' M.: "He couldnt get that we work hard to get all the
tabulation of children five ,.ara' member of our graduation clan LegislatureHRS.J.W.
here due to the fact that he isregistrar
of age and under I ot a college In Constantinople present at the reunion If poulbleAll .
The population ot the cities, under American luper- In favor of this motion raise
town and villages by counties has vlaton"y the right hand. All opposed, the
been enumerated and this Information Secretary can Parman." tame ilgn. The meeting U now
has In turn been separatedto adjourned." Candidate for
how the race and sexes and Sh-: 'In:1; : tour-here

nativity of the population. It lit In Switzerland. expect shah
shows ahn the number ot
people trying to out-ihine the other on ReelectCeL.WHEAT SHERIFFSOLICITS
engaged lit the various vocation skis." qt ri
in Sao county. MyronMr.. President, !t
The appendix contain the Unit-1
make a motion that each person
ed State census of Florida for stand and tell What he ha been
IV30, and extra sheet '
an contain' .
doing. AU In favor raise the right
the number of inmate in both the t' "
hand AU
j melba,the same sign
penal and state Insttteitton segregated | Sadie: "Afta worklng for tn
by counties. according to race. yean, I haveiff Hit attained my I
and aex. ambition TMrl* to be a very
It has been prepared In accord a !rw
prominent lawren, 'I I
Mice with the laws ot the state, "At" I the ,
Myron 0 pfewnt am .ek
for tree distribution and a r 4yi
copy i state supervisor ofhe Florida 't''t'i
may be secured by sending a post-I Reforestation Department" i
al card to Nathan Mayo eommlalorier *- Laban A: "I am thll'I\8na..r of 4814 eau
ot agriculture, Tallahamee R. t Reynold largest tobacco i 1/
factory In North Carolina." i WATSON
CLASS PROPHECYContinued Aubrey C' 'Juat last week I t t. .

IIM g. Ban__ drive, Miami
( From Page Thirteen) + I IM IT your sup-
Secretary: NcUon McCourt- for
Vote for
ney" + port on the basis of

John Fred: "Nelaon McCourtney hit I REPRESENTATIVECBOCTs
proven ability as an
ba Just completed to* new We F. BROWN
efficient law enforcement
airplane and has gone to (hie. tenlikat ...........,
Washington to ten It to the Unit-
officer.A 1-
Purchasing Agent

ELECT vote for Weston Is I '
a a vote for dignified law

A native Floridian. enforcement.

Educated In the public A vote for Weston Li

schools of Dade a vote for the efficient

County administration of thin

11 The only candidate in Important office.

the Purchasing Agent A vote for Weston is

race that is a former
a vote against the criminal -
South Dade Countyman. element.

Lived at Terrine

Ii .r and attended public Weston It honest; efficient

school there ; capable; has

moral courage; ability;

; I WHEAT has served can match wits with the

h forJUDGE South Dade County well smoothest of criminal

.., _a... ask ;
'\ CIVIL I four merchants. and will protect our Candidate forSUPERVISOR

t I William D. (Bill) COURT OF RECORLfSebjerl I Wry Promise Mode people In every war.

I Been Fulfilled _,
Deneeratie Frlnun
I'r I 45.11 Warr Admsteouasl I

I YourI'archasing YOUR VOTE AND I SUPPORT HIM I sane DemaeraUe MmiuT

; Agent I SUPPORT WILL BEAPPRECIATED II Win With :1W ton! Tell Your Friends I
I l". T- 1 I About Him

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Friday, May 29, 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seventeen :

I ed into the fry cottage oa North MM. R C. Jackion and daughter -I 1I \

Broadway las week. I Eat..... have returned tram
i! Pigeon Key where they have .been: Rally 'Round >

: In and Ground Mr and Mr, frank Lewis and visiting Mr. Jackson

daughter of West Palm Beach are; ;Wins C. HODGES
guest of Mn Lewis parent.II Mr. and Mrs Hugh alter of i iI

I Mr. and Mn J. H. Dixon.NARANJA Homestead were visitorof Mrs

Homestead i-r I 0 W. Drifter Sunday afternoon. I "HOME 5TE\D BILL t

,i Mn H. O Watt of Homestead Candidate forGOVERNOR I

Mia ladle Jacksen. Correspondent wa a guest of Mn H. A. Arrutn

.... Monday Mr. and Mr*. Afton Booth have anal spent Tuesday with Mr. and I.

legally adopted the slx-month-old Mr W. McCollcugh In Redland. Min Shirley Harknes arrived Mr*. John Brown and Mr*. Ole i
child they have been taking car home Tuesday from the florid Peterson were business visitors la e

of for the part five month Hit Mr Chan Foster and Miss Mar- State College tar Women In Tallahassee Miami Monday

came now to Bobbie Lee Booth. lone Billlngton cam down from when aha. baa received "1+41iUUGt'JSbuuseh.stands
a a A. degr**, .
Miss Sadie Jackson
Miami Monday to call on Redland wa a
Mr. and Mr*, Frank Bowerman friend luncheon guest at the home ot Mr
of Lake Williams, N. D., announce Mn.W. E. Wall8clt of Miami and and Mr*. A. O. TrIpp on Thun-
her eon, Walter Jones, rep Sunday -
t birth of Mven-pound daughter day. ,
the a
Mr. C. 0 Nelson wa brought
.t the home of Mr. and
Inei Ruth, oo Mar J'. Mr back from the university hospital guest
Bowerman U the former Mia In Coral Gab* to the Redland Mr J R. Klckson. John B. Graham 'Pf'nllh. week k

Georgia Matthew niece of Mr. Community Church end In Miami as a guest of Carl
parsonage Mr. and Mr E. L. Hutton of
and Mr*. 8. T. Matthew. She Walker. I
Friday night in an ambulance.
Miami who formerly lived In Na- i
wa a reporter for the Homestead She la still fc.0 ill to MM friend
.y Leader. Mr Marganit Kennedy of Florida ranja were visitors her Monday Miss Betty Lou Harris of all i Ii
ver Palm wa an overnight guestef
j City U staying with her. -
Ana Lewis daughter of
4 Mary ,
Mrs. W. Q McGee of Sherman, Mia Irene Jackson Tuesday
Texas, and her daughter, Mary Mr. and Mr*. A. S. Lewi, celebrated Milt Harris I is leaving for her home I

and Jan McGee of Sherman, and FLORIDA CITY her first birthday anniversary In Wisconsin Friday II I I '.

j Mr*. Q M Henderaon: of Boynton Mr. W. W ...." CorrespMfanl at a party given In her honoron .
Monday. Her.guest were Carla .0
t ria. were week-end guests .....
Joyce Hobson Ana Hlikaon and SOLID fat ahead, rile been
Of Mr. and Mr* 3 R RutlandMr LETS GO
*, Henderson' young aon, O Mr. and Mn Joe Golattsohetk Ducky Wallace ,1. louxly alandtnd.by :
and ion of Gould have moved to I the usual wt' -
M. Hendenon, Jr., also, w in the
,." the Shepherd cottage on Tenth I Miss Joan Graham was a week old likening flirt
party. tMr street for the lummer end guest of Mr. and Mr*. D. L. spread by the pro
Emmett of Miami. Mia Myrtle DANCHAPPELLGOVERNOR I
, fcsslonal political
It *. J L. Strickland, Mr W.
;P k D. Home and Mr Chat O Mar- The Ladle Aid Society of the Hudgln of Miami accompanied and because
her home to spend a few day*. far
Community Church I led the fight for
{ tin went to Canal Point Thursdayof Sponsoring HODGES

1\\ I last week and returned Satur a silver tea Friday evening.An .! i the masse of the
Joe and Sam Rlckion of
day. Interesting program if prom- people to get taxesoff
f e bed Mr. and Mrs J H llicluon, who their homes and
have been attending college In I
Mr*. A. B. Core has been confined to kill the Mien tax
to her bed for the pat week' Mr*. J, K. Scott setuh 4 Thursday Auburn, Ala., have returned to I The "big Interests"don't
the with their
spend summer par.fits. *
with the mump I from a visit of several week want
I with a daughter In Miami' Beach HODGES because he stands

Claude Watt ash returned to I I 41 f 11 i I openly for nld age

'{ his home In Llncolnlcwn, N C., Shirley Dean Doxse ha been and mother pensions

{ for a visit with relative and 111 at the home of her parent. Mr. LET'S ELECT and because

friend I and Mn Joe Bosses, since he HODGES fight for the *"-
last Friday when the suffered a ED. R. BENTLEY free home madethese
,, Mr. and Mr*. Emory: Smith of heart attack. I ".pPd.llnbr
Gould Won guest at the home of "
est* shoulder their
Mr*. R. H. Oroover Tuesday.Mrs. .
I Mr. and Mr F B Lelninger f proper part of the

were called to PitUville, Ohio. lat "tlk tax burden. If the
August Heuer apent several -
week by illness of relativei voter recognizeHODGES'
day In Miami this week
VtalUng past service \0 the
1.1ICIat: Bobby and Emory Brandenburg average citizen byraiQ'ln

" T Mr: and MB:" S. Clark and Will-)eavftoday, 0.y Co.. to to his banner
spend the MmmertwlUv their paternal : this Wader ''If
family left Thursday tot Cry- .
grandparent t.t. will
\-[ Spring! Ml** where they They the masses, Itno"II
make the trip with Mr. and Mr. y .
plan to remala tor two month 1 for his 'ptit ix rformancei"
P. D. Blake of Qould who will
Mr 8 L. Williams of Miami Spent I t buteddof
: spend the summer visiting in door
the week-end with them here "political i>1 .t-
gla I form promises ,,n
Hear Him Speak win in the first primary -
Mr*. Mary Barber left Thunday
Charles Brown returned to his
In Bayfront Park .
with a party of friend for Terry, F
home after abort
Ml**. Thursday a stay MONDAY NIGHT Help TMUMlf Tear Faa Jlr. Year
In the
. Item, Your Schools br Helping11ODGESIthe
Mr*. C. N. Henderaon and her JUNE liT
Herbert and children poor
daughter, Mr. Otto Bernecker, 4 PoW r.. w trt..1!
, MU Constance and Milton I man's friend
4 both of Princeton, left yesterday
left Friday by automobile to join ,..M !'n''o'' u......._.."
for Jacktonvlll where they will READ THE WANT ADS
" Mr Hunter In Bluftton, N. C.
be Joined by Mn Hendenon* ton,
where they will spend the summer.
11 Dale, who ha been attending

"a Riverside Military Academy at H. B. Brenner left Friday for bit Attorney GeneralAND
Oalneivllle, Oa. From Jackonvlll '
home In New Jeriey He plan tq
will to Whit
they Spring
visit in Georgia on his north.
; to visit Mr Hendenon litter, way HAVE A REALDEI'AUTMENT

Mn. C L. rrailer OF
I \ Mr. and Mn. Leo Rohrer mov-
JUSTICE r,. < Candidate forJudge
4. William Edward arrived Tuesday -
from Atlanta where he ha (rM fur kf lama B. aaa.n
; been1' attending the Southern College ELECT

of Pharmacy.Mr .
1 x HAS;

, and ...... Henry Brooker NATHAN MAYOCommissioner Would Protect People's of the
Jr, and Alvah 'Taylor spent Sunday *

. with Mr. Broker' father Rights and State Assets as

Henry Brooker and till broth S Civil Court of
and Ur-ia-law, Mr. and Mrs
.. '
Ronald Brook, la Pahake

r; Mr. and Mr*. Mario Lopez an Record
\ moving from the apartment In

their store on the corner of Baue
drive and Redland road to the
f. Fritz W. Jackson home on Red- r

\ land road.

':+. Ml** Lola Robert"returned Wed- The Lawyers of Dade

) from Shreveport La
i'nelda where the ha* been In college She
Will Tell You
will spend the summer with her County :

'H parent, Mr. and Mr Dan Robert,

i of Coconut Palm drive He's Square-

: ,. James Wollam, James Robert He's Fair--
i and Fred Arrant Spent Sunday laPahokee
f and lie't Qualified

Mr. and Mr. H Bennlng of M of fee

I' to U* Mr. QitteaUu

Turner's Funeral Rome AgricultureMarket *. "A State Treasurer and a ",... near** a! Ik* **.* he*** win skew as* .... ate
member .< the varieou e asUtlonal *- base lecetker tees es UM a.MI* parson a.pr."-.... SI
04.lla. AMUtAXCX: BKBVK4 Builder for State Board, I haH strictly ,ean.' says .... lesion. -a.. *.. that tieha*.. dreka
enforce law for protection *f Ijewwl : "
Lady ........ Florida Farmers Ie and Ue assst W Ui I tote rWpvbU* fork snag thee H7I4.

Phone III R )im. of Jlor\da.- h/4 ram Mwl.watl
; I Ii. (Paid tor by friends) SW ....eusl .u--..aL lip

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Paore Eiehteen: THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 29. 1936.

DllIlIlIJIJlIlIlIllIIllIlIllIlIlIlIlIlIllIIllII1! 1 Mn Charles Markers left Fridayof 1 FORD DEALERS I them properly so you can see the
but week for their home in road 1'G.T:
Clencoe, 111 Accompanying MnHeuer 1 Tail light: These are even moreliMmrtant .
20 Years home was Mia Louise ADVANCE SET OF for your protection
Ago'11I11I11111I111I11I11111111111111111111111111111 01
Maekert. who will spend the.um- dfieck often and it the lame tine' r

'mer there test the atop llfht
-"Don Ferreyra assisted In the I SAFETY RULES Windshield wipers: When you

Epworth League meeting Sunday need a wiper you need It bally ELECTWe
TI'. r.li..1"e Ito..e takes v.w night by giving a lecture In Span- I Keep It In working condition.Steering I
..... C. .... II .he 11._." translated him
aol..._ ...110.... Nor. Ia..1r, ish which was by Atlanta May 28-Safety for gear: Take to nearest I
oo the s.staLead, ass,.. la writing to English, and read by motorist and pedestrian Involves service station If there I* any
Rev. Nelson the Idea being to W many factor that there can be change in the feeling of the gear I R. BECKER
May *5. 1916 demonstrate the work being done" I I no precise formula for preventing I tightness, looseness, Irregularity -
--"A pretty wedding was solemnized by: missionaries with the use otinterpreters accidents traffic experts have .
In the M. K. Church South Don talks fluently learned. But there are some Tight gaskets: Exhaust gas leakage -
on Monday evening |Mt. The French Italian Spanish, Bohemian which are generally: agreed thlnlt'' may be fatal It is due to Tax Collector
ding march wu played by Wed-I' and English the latter having I I Important safety measures' leaky connections In exhaust manifold l
D Radii and Mn Lanier been learned line coming to I the** are being suggested by the pipe or muffler. Check often ;
J'lomiso Me" when the party en- Florida City three year age" I Ford dealer organization to the In winter
iiud The bride and groom were -"W B. Caves ha lumber on general public. Warning signals: Have your horn I
attended by Miss Lourlne Mitchell the ground for a new garage" One of the important factor In fixed as soon as you find it does
Miss Moon, Tom Vann end Ford I! "Mn. Sail leave for her home safety Is the mechanical fitness of not work properly. I
Cuthrtn Tom Vann acting M belt I I In Colton N. Y, next Saturday" the car. This the dealers advise Frequent Inspections I II one
man. The bride was becomingly I -"Mr. and Mn Chu. Barnes left can be virtually assured through "safely step" in making your cur
attired I in a white net draw over for a month visit with Mr. observing the following rules: mechanically safe
white silk with orange blossoms 9 Dames' mother in Georgia" Brakes: Should always be kept 41
In her hair A shower of pink roses j I -Jim Vann has purchased one 1 properly adJusted..
WIt.+ carried by the birdeamalds, of the Oscar Thomas house In Tires: Good treads are positively
who were dressed in pink. The : Royal Palm addition formerly necessary to wet or winter weather ELECTGEORGE
ceremony was performed by Rev. occupied by W. A. Mitchell and Sound casings are always a I tic
W B. Duncan Jr. A reception I I family !I. vital need especially on front 8VABILITY
followed at 1 o'clock at the home -"A.. J. Campbell ha* withdrawn wheel E.
of the brlde'f mother. The contracting from the firm of Campbell and Rear view mirror: Keep properly r
parties, James C. Vann Jackson and the business hereafter adjusted and both mirror and
and Mill Myrtle May Mitchell are will be conducted by Mr. Jack- rear window Clean.
well known and popular residents ton. Mr. Campbell will be local Headlight*: Don't run with one HOLTYOUR
of Homestead and their many representative of the Texas light if you value your life Aim
friends Join with ua in wishing pany for the sale of com-I
them a happy and prosperous future lubricating oils operating HONESTYAn
." the Georgia Lumber Co." ELECT
"Miss Genevieve Crawford was I Established Record
-The Misses Alice and Lillian :
Kahl left for Jacksonville a few In Homestead last week showing 6Fpow
member Of the 5-H Club how to W.E I
days ago where they will take the make tireless cookers ( far be f lond.I of
steamer for Baltimore. From p'cof
/'Manager Tom Brooker took
thence they will go to Chicago
his first nine to Princeton on Sat
then to Iowa where they spend a
urday afternoon last Glen Summers
month with relative. then to Coronation
pitched and Hobbs caught Vote for
Alberta Canada where
The battery put up a good game,
their parent reside
the score standing 11 to 2 In favorof B. Small r r9r
.-"W. D. Home came back to Homestead.: at the end of the Judge
Homestead from his trip throughthe fifth Inning 'I. .r
southern part of the county "Harold Sheffield Is a new em-
better pleated with Homestead ployee at the ice plant" I :
than ever." -"Mr*. Harvey Fitzpatrick will
'Pan Hurdle, the present sheriff, give a piano recital at her residence -
w as the next ipeaker He laid at on Wednesday at 8
the outlet that he had teen Itv o'clock for the benefit of the I ',
term since reaching Florida City I Woman' Club of the RedlandsMn. .
and had landed 17 of them. Then Fitzpatrick 1* a brilliant and I ;t,
the sheriff said he never took a accomplished pianist, a graduateof JII''
rli Ink of Intoxicants In his life ." Lelpslc and Oberlin and It RepresentativeGroup I Itrr
"H. Leslie Qulgg was the third will be a treat which no music lover I
speaker and ha briefly stated big shouVtjnJs* One ::
position. A resident of Dade -"EoVrrlOnoscher anrfftamlly I
County. for 18 years he wa tnter- leave JVci, Friday for Porto Rico A r q
ntcd In the Improvement of pub- \ f't ocher has accepted t'e
,lit, moral where. *'
"Carl Holmer, Jr. let the voter ravs
He will
know he wanted the Job of super- I 1 Supervisor of protectthe ,
\ isor of registration and said his I '
clerical experience would stand Ernest R. Williams RegistrationVAN I interests of

him In good lead If the people Candidate for Nenunatloa to
would elect hIm. Candidate for i Dade countySubject
LOON will devote Succeed Himself as t ;:
-"The Jacobson family
Jnto. town this week. moving SHERIFFSubject hU ENTIRE TIME to Judge of! the'

Henry Carter left Tuesday at this office. i
noon for a trip through the north Civil Court of RecordJune

and welL lIe wW return In the Your Vote and Support Democratic Primary, Democratic Primary I
fall" Will Be Appreciated I II
-' Mlsi Mary Jackson of Miami 1* June 193 Your Support Will Be :
visiting her Subject Democratic Primary
parent, Rev and Mrt. I
C P. .Jackson, in Homeitead Miss Jane. J 3IP.W (Paid for by a friend) Appreciated
Jackson .la teacher In the Central ( PallUral Advatlwmeat; ) (Pall Polltlnl Adv.rtl."t)
High School Miami, and expect I
to spend her vacation In the
north." Y rn t

_"S. A. King ha purchased a 20-
W. Watson n
acre tract containing a six acre flLiieQuig t
grove, of R. L. Moeer He will ,
improve the property and move on
it some time In the future" fir rCandidate
-The election of officers in the
Episcopal Sunday School .last week
resulted la Mrs. E. B. Orutzbach FOR SHERIFFA

being unanimously elected superintendent
Mn Wm. Turner secretary
and John Colby. treasurer:' scrupulously honest
-"D. M. Roberts and family Mr. 'I
end Mr*. Squires and Mrs Illgh- te the Democratic man.
by with Dr. and Mn Byrd of June Primary
Silver Palm motored to the bay
Sunday: before last, taking the Let's make honesty In A natural leader of

Florida City cans! route" I office something more w men.
1WIWulf' Heuer and ton,
John, who have been the charming than a campaign slogan.I .
house guests of \n'> Heuer lister.1 I '" rue bT t.,..*,i A Keen efficient or-

.* FOR

-Justice of the PeaceI I i L far Dade He a will deputy give who South will

hereby aBneunce tar candidacy for Justice' ef the 'I' be satisfactory to this
peace. auk district ef Dade Cee-nty subject to the Demecrattoprbaary Clerk of the Criminal section.
fa Jane. I will appreciate rear veto and ra..i*rt.
A verft for A. W. JONES Man henesly. Integrity and Jostle I Court of! Record
fee aIL I have ne eendeaaaaUm t. auk at ether Nat stand
en mr Net record with malice toward acne Jesse Demecraii, Primary I NO OTHER MAN IN'TIIE SHERIFFS RACEIS

A.l W. JONES Your Will Vote Be Appreciated and Support I SO WELL FITTED FOR THE JOB.

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rida.v May 29, 1936. THE LEADER ENTEnPRIS Page Nineteen.CCheChurchcjs

ell positive aapnela of the toeI

Wells and the great reed X Ustraiha I

N* event** MVM* Wpurler :

win preach In Prince :I : I

: i METHODIST FREE I RATE: First insertion 19* a Urn; subsequent insertions
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8* a HIM I
; BAPTIST meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Forlda Ot/-Mrs. Ernest:

r. n pastor. Sunday
&eat-The Rev C. N.a EPISCOPAL 2:84 p. m; preaching 1:80 .w..1 FOR RENT I MISCELLANEOUS

i pastor. Sunday ichool atm St John's.-S. E. Second avenue p. m.; Young people'

Preaching at 11 a. I1.Ip.mB.Y.P.U.it7p.m. and Fourth street Homestead; the 7:11: ; Junior meeting 330: Tuesday; FOR RENT-HOUM on Redland : PIANO TUNING and repairing

I ; Rev. Wm. C. Taylor, Jr.. pastor. prayer meeting 7:30: p. m. Thurs road 6 roomy unfurnished 113 I Good used' piano for sale cheap.

f I service Wedn day at I Sundays: 8 a. m. and 11 a. m-; day. for summer months. House on W. E. Koon. 11} N. W. trd IlL

Sunday school 1:45.: Friday: 7 a. Redland road, furnished, S rooms

If Jd -The Rev. Noah Peter- m. Corporate communion of Women's PENTECOSTAL 120 for summer month W. M. REAL ESTATE

': tor. Sunday school at 10 Auxiliary first Friday of each Could*-Rev. C. C Hansberger.paitor. Brodie.
1 month.
i 1I preaching at 11 a. m. andUO Sunday school at 9.4S; ACREAGES: AND GROVES

iI iI I I p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 0.30 p.mdyer May 11-Pentecost Sunday preaching at 11 a. nv and 7:30 p. FOR SALEBEAUTIl'UL I siwelalaM In Redland properties

I 1 service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- (Whitsunday) Holy Eucharist; m.; Young people' meeting at ':30 WHITE pktkeyedrabbits. fend me your Idling of property

1I ii i daY.I' I a. m.i ehorchwlde corporate p. m.; Ladles' prayer circle, Tues for suto.
Both Full
I communion; presentation of day at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week) prayer sexes. frown. CHARLES L BROOKS
: CATHOLIC Make good PITS. 80e each. H.
united thank ofTerlng. Holy service Thursday at 7:310 p. 110 N. E. First St., Miami
M. Lyon, Longview Hd., or we
I lurch: of the Sacred Heart! confirmation, S p. m., the Rt. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH m'l Harold Lyon, 8 S. Krome
ficcund avenue, Homestead;I Rev. John D. Wing minister. REAL ESTATE-Those who want

they.Rev James Cloonan, pastor. Whitman week: Holy Eucharist Homestead-Krome avenue nt GUAVA JUICE fl per gallon I to buy or sell Redland DMiat

: [ Sunday; mass at 9 a. m.; week day at 7 a. m. Wednesday' N. 18th street; the Rev E. L. Nelson I Jungle Grove Redland. real estate will find up-io 'i..to

ruin at 7:45: doily. Sunday school Friday and Saturday of this minister. Bible school at I listings in our office. Many of '
Sunday following 9 o'clock mass. week are Ember days. 10 a. m; preaching! at 11 a. GRAPEFRUIT 75o per bushel; I these listings tire still at subnormal -

Communion for women the tint: June I-The bishop will and 8 p. m. Young peoples' m'l chayotM Grove for planting Redland., lOc each. I prlcei. We shall apPlcI -

celebrate the mass and at 7:30.SPIRITUALIST. Jungle elate cither inquiries or
I Sunday of month; for men and give ing : your :
II toys the second Sunday of month. I II holy communion to the member FOR SALE-Man'* bicycle practically I your listings, all of which will,
I of the Confirmation class.t TEMPLE OF have our best attention. Now is
II I Holy hour Thursday before first I new.' 110 N. W. 4th St.matt
Breakfast will be provided TRUTH the time to buy. B. W. Morris
: )Friday! of month at : p. m. Man ( )
I I at 1:30 Benediction for the class.EVANGELICAL. now associated with H. A. Cameron -
first Friday a. m. lIolnf'ltea4-branch of MiamiSpiritual'
of the Blessed Sacrament LUTHERAN Temple of Truth InWoman' Sanl-Sect Pyrethrum Spray for N. W. 1st St. In Cittaena
ifter killing mosquitoes, ant, flies Bank Bldg. Phone 71
Club, 410 N. W. Eighth
moths, etc. Pt. :lIe; gal 175.
SL John's-Redland the Rev.
; avenue. Men' Bible class and
SCIENCE: Edgar Mahan, W. Bauer drive.
pastor Sunday young people' lyceum at 7:1S: p.
Florida' City Broadway and School each Sunday at 10 a. m. m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson -

Sixth street. Sunday school at English service on second Sundayof at 7:45; lecture and message at STEAMED BROWN BREAD any -2 porcelain twoburner ..

149: a. m. for pupil under :20 years each month at 3 p. m. and Ger- 8 p. m. by the Rev. Sada Hobson. time Saturday. Lb. coffee can electric ranges with oven

of .age; morning service at 11 man service on fourth Sunday at sirs :20c; with raisins or null Must be bargain. Eva E. Collins,

o'clock. Wednesday evening scr- 3 p. m. CARD OF THANKS 25c. Leave order at S. L. Welt Federal Highway and Blwayni

rkes which include 'testimonial METHODIST EPISCOPAL We wish to express our thank home, 100 N. W. lib SL drive.

of healing and experiences and remarks and appreciation for the beautiful -

m Christian i Science, S p. Florida City Community Churchthe flowers and for the kindness MANGOES SAPODILLAS .md
I m." The public 1 is cordially Invited Rev. C. O. Nelson pastor. shown ui In our late bereavement. W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE all kinds of tropical fruit and

i to ttenct. Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching MR. &: MRS. WM. ERPENBACH.: vegetable In season. Hixhctt

'' I at 7.30: p. m. Midweek prayers WAYNE ERPENBACH.Truth price and prompt settlement
{ May 11 Lesmn sermon I and Bible
study Wednesday at Writ advising of quantitiesavailable
toplci "Ancient and Modern tiRE, AUTO, nOR AND LIFEPhone
730.: It Mighty variety and earliest
Necromancy, Alias Mesmer- "Here," lamented Mrs J-, "is shipping date. RAFAEL R DA-
Ism and Hypnotism Denounced. I I Redland Community Church- another Invitation from Mrs. Bore- Office In McCrory Arcade VILA Commission Merchant,

', ." the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. leigh, asking ui to come to one 120 Convent Ave, New York

Church school at 10; preaching at of her dull parties. I wish we City.

; CHURCH OF CHRIST* I 11. Epworth League at 8:30. Mid- didn't have to goof .

: I.frlt..tea4-rtr.t avenue' and : week prayers and Bible study; "Oh, tell her we have a previous I. 1100 CI..lt Court .t The kl.-eo .I..

w n nI ,|$J.W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton,I Thursday at 730.: -, lot engagement," laid her hus dhi.i Ft......1..01.. Ida I. and for meet,.

minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; METHODIST EPISCOPAL. band. ONLYMONKEY I. u.. Me.... M the AIIOI'TI .It'
,Communion, fellowship and 'I "No," said Mrs. J- virtuously i CHARLES JUCHAKD WHIUION. a m..

reaching at 11 a. m: .; preaching at SOUTH "That would be a lie Edith dear N.tk..0 rent Intention to Apply fee Adeptlat

|2JO p. m. Prayer meeting Wed-I White Stone 'hurch-Hom. write Mrs. Boreltigh that we accept I JUNGLE of Mlinr ( MMID
wsday at 7:10 p, m. I lead; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne.paitor. with much pleasureEx ; IN THE U.S. Y." are hereby notified that ,h, ,nl. ,
? Sunday school at 9.30: a.
m; preaching at 11 a. m and I r n Drive well cafe, will apply ui .s nf .:. 'j':1: :
tow Cln nil Court Im and for Itadr iriivrldn
I Homestead-604 N,: W. Pint I p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. Road.ISSION it Uw Cumtir Court Hinw ;,;it M><,

venue; Rev. Coo. Lorton. paitor. I m.; HI League at J.4S p. m.; SeniorLeaeue : Ito : ant, Florid., ,* the nth day of I ".. *
Sunday at 7 meetIng O loss. It the hour .f S M A. M ..,
school at UU a. p. m. Prayer -
mI; I I won thereafter M 1414 'n>llralhn 'no he
preaching at 11 a. TO. and 7:30 poi|I Ii at 8 p. m. Wednesday.May 1 e ItwiHt for as order and ilpt'fin' suit, i,.,-a
1. i II' Senior C. 0. Q. Society 6.30: p. 31-Morning service by WHMHKIN.lupUixi an Infant. '"f DM ..' I .Iproilmal .
$\. Intermediate C. O. O S. in I .lr fifteen w fMh.. ky .1> > MtclJ.n
laymeh; special music and several .
parsonage A. Matthews and KHubMh r Mi tllu
6.30: p. m. Mid-week Interesting talks by laymen >.., husband. mod vlr. end. r. 1)..
J>rayer;' servk* at 7:30 p. m. Wed- Let Us changing. at UM MM nt UM told* m:.ni
including talk by Ceo.
.' esflay. to IAMUEI. ANTHONY MATIHHWspuraunl .
Fletcher, guest spesker. Even. to UM unwMiHM of H..1."...
RejuvenateYour Mil to Mil of Ih, t', MIMOMnl
CirUKCH OF THE NAZARENEhomestead'The I log message "Which Way Uwn :.r'P'r1A.. Ml
America by pastor. DATKD .t Miami. slate Cellist,, Finn
: Kev. Howard Car <., UlU lath day of M.r A. U JMtJOHN
fckel Silver Palm Community; Church A MATTHSWJ
pastor. Sunday ichool at r.UIAHTH T KATIHEWHIRA

1:41: a. m; preaching at 11 a. mad -the Rev. H. G. Cowan pastor a Wood Work C, MATCUCK. Attorney. f..'
John A. MinlMM and KHubrlliT.
7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and Sunday school every Sunday at 10a. Mltthm, kiub n4 mod wlf.

union meeting at 9:39 p. m. m.; preaching services on first, Body, Fender Repairs !

'rayer meeting Wednesday even- third and fifth Sunday at 11 a. I Ill tlM rlrr.lt Curt W the 110..., If
Tops and Trimming[ Md Clt..% *l ftartU. I. and IMl
ig 7:30.: m. and B pi m. .'f ('....,. III t'tt._". N*. .., '-IkrURM
Seat Covers I 5./ldt'a5 Of TAX *AI K
frlnceton-the Her. C. H. Can.I I May 11-At morning service ( rHn iiATitI. .

on, ....... Sunday School at ; pastor will deliver the fourthof PaintingArt's .A no. roHriiMArioN.riainlllT. v. MATTER. ?/.M r.i,A'NK' rpuratlon -

reaching at 10:43 a. m, and 7:30: series of sermons on general MAN and A N. KINSMAN Wr 1..1.' ...,1, .

< ...Junior meeting 6:SO; young I subject of "Scriptural \ SOUTHLAND.."'..,..11.r'KOI'KKTlM... M. A. KMHI1 IM' .11rlDriifa "
v wople' meeting at 6JO. Prayer Holiness." emphasizing the Paint Lkmltetor MISCAYMC: Tltt ll'I i ok.I'ANV. .
a Hi.rl.te. ...._.'10.... "141'1'I'.1
ftATK* MDRTUAAC: mt TRUe 1 <1 New York Mrpmikxt v< ROH-
[ v-porsli'm. Mf.nAata
,, N.1i..9 Maatda 101.
Null". I. hereby 0'_ tItoI of' 4 edby
REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS I .Ihu"11 ..f ,... Plant ......... I .. "..
LEGAL NOTICES faun. .....,.. byM M.n.rt'hh P A"I I
P PAINS IM ot like Jrd t. ..r i 1 I.
NOTK. I ruH Uwl :"f Ck' KtoWMk i MU < 4: it
FOR CITRUS AVOCADOES NOTICE r* HERF.HY QIVCM: That the .f Fl.rl4*. In ... for Dada Cw.... ." IMllHl
i nrfmtaM W. I. I'kllkrick ..4 CkrtaUn.Philbrick. deg, of I.III.iAo.t IM, In LII ,, r.
kto wlf. will on UM Ink farKIM. of lain roam imulli.ii n olikkI.ARU
i mail aepiy I" nat UM HononbU CORPORATION, a KlurMn "f' "'
Jade. it UM Umlt Cart *t MM Ktev. I ; te MaN and MA'P" M
mix Jurfhlnl ClKiill In .n4 fee DMCMMtr. 1IJIf1.-:= A. N. IIIN..AN. '.. h .
Ylor/da..t CourttoiM l I. **. hand ..aU. an ...,.>J..t.. I a* Si"<. nil
Citrus and Avocado trees are needing fertilizer to overcome storm damageand Cno...,.. PI,rM", for a order ...._.1.iroMlp 1 Manor Is CMMm repainted hr in I .M'rtli
the ad.edh'a .t as sprained Imhof a or > MM. ....., wMVr god ky .lrt,. ., like
ties of .ppSaSs fear __ ...- _IMf will see N.4..J aril sal
mature this-season's crop of! fruit. Redland Brand fertilizers are W I'HILBHICK' Paul nun H the khrkm end !>.< kfaMrrfin .
.... ..
THNISTINK: rHII.III"CK. ,..h a* UM .Mik treat > f tkUmiM >
MORROW a HAYKS Howia at Itato CMM, la lie, I' .. .
adapted to this purpose. ( A'_ fell .Utloi<*r Miami. Florida UM M *., of J,,., A n
I May It, jam* >. It, lil leas. h'ryaya the ...... .f ......-. .'.1..kr 0
4, A. ., Sad oe n'eb.k M.. the w
Nodes 14n111awt rho b.lASdbw:: k.. >
r I Gaped to depart err .m4 f. the.'I c.
load ohme o. t....... toter.. I wane -0' hiWe M tale Cow ptnrti.AtiIhY00Nri. .
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.11 be be was us ass
Fertilizer I M4aee ._ and ....... fee My'a.nt I I : It R..... ibelpl.ilthMn.!
Florida East Coast Co. W. oJ I .. due Ie
d .we.Md I..1ot Moult 1.' MW ..eaof
The Annual Slnckbnldm' M-tli>. of tin;, tilt 1'1olo110 a..nl..r Lima. fhwty.F1urAM .
Manufacturers Redland. Brand Fertilizers I COMPANY will k. held It k>'gtaM M The .M Pamperer .o of mom I'wMayottb
011 the te..r.ta _,.. .. "redaeertaaa.a
H.m.wdYlwiM, M 19. m. M arday
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r_ deer...
A. D. ....... .... ad Tessa.I taped t" Ith door J Not A m. 1'ntt.I.EY .
PHONE II FRANK B. RUE, Mgr. HOMESTEAD, FLA. I May 21. It June 61 I I. Ch.-y.M. WO.Llr. are' '.1.! .....
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Pane Twenty THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I Friday, May--29, 1936.YFlorida's .

look like II Mire winner. Wheat, Colin English Would cllitie which will better prepare
I Summer Time Attractions I who la one el the jwuoged officeholders / graduate to make their own Use i'i'InI. .'
In the county, boasts of a Make Frequent Report .
: To Be Advertised for First Time I clean record In office and says !

that he has fulfilled every prom-
Jacksonville, May 28 The I only twenty-five cent of every lie he made to the citizens of Dade Ocala, May Adequate and \
I frequent report a* to how the taxpayer -
heilthful and County.
I enjoyable *.ummerI tourist dollar goes to hotel or i
tine recreation attraction o( transportation companies, that In Ninety per cent of all money money la pent are pledged I
Florida wilt bf advertised to mil' turn spend seventeen cent locally spent through the office of pur by Colin Engliih candidate for
I lion of people tor the tint Urn Thus,directly and Indirectly,nine chasing agent In the put five year state superintendent ef public la- < P II I
bad been pent with Dade County itnictton, a* he conclude an active
I In the state's history, according toan ty-two cent of every dollar, or In
merchant and manufacturer campaign which: has taken Y E
announcement from headquartn this case, approximately |223,-
of the ovemor'i all-riorlda 800,000 hat been brought Into An average of 430 merchant have him to every county In Florida
committee here. received business annually during where he ha made the tame
Florida business other than hotels
his term of office, Wheat tay promise face to face with thousands .
This national advertising cam or transportation companies byFlorida'
"I believe in the of of voter
paign will represent the tint definite winter visitor during the principal
action yet taken to popularize 1935-36 eaon. fair competitive bidding, and Ihave -Thl*will remit In sound school .
been your purchasing agent management and will tend to
Florida In national market ** a
la fact
and not rubber
year-round resort and vacation WHEATWILL a atamp. the schools on a cash basis" Mr.
WIN My aim I I. a Square deal for the GeneralPublic
English point cut
center. Newspaper will be used taxpayer and manufacturer ef
almost exclusively in the summer Dade County," he tate*. Other feature of his program
FRIENDS CLAIM Include willing co-operation between
campaign.. Utilities
A* a boy, Mr. Wheat lived with
A hasty check on figure avail- hi Is parent at Troplco,a settlement the state and county or
able at the committee' headquarters A( the campaign draw to a about nine mile northeast of district boards, co-ordination of Homestead
here ihow that nearly close C L. Wheat' friend, who Homestead and later he lived In I common problem by the exchangeof Phone 505-M
two million winter visitor came describe him a* the only South Perrlne and attended the Perrtne workable Idea and plan both I
1, to Florida this year. Dade County contender In the race and Larkln (now South Miami) within the state and with other
Of the $249,000.000 brought by for purchasing agent,claim that he fchool states, and practical school fa- WANT ADS PAY
tourists Into Florida this put
winter the United State depart

ment of commerce tin furnished Chase & Sahoorn Dated Dais
figures a* the bal for a careful
examination to show how the
money was pent According to 0
a report Issued by the bureau of

foreign and domestic commerce Ib.------24C 3 tall cans-.I.e

Kirk' liard water
I Valle the adatinlet' *use ofSte" CHIPSO
Comptroller: J. II. Leo, Fist.de .
ban aw ,1_MI d..n thingsis SOAP
a 1..1.1 war.Ftards 4I U""J.fU'UlI Large package ,...,,., 2.te
eta ,......bw.. act 1-..M.sills/.se the .ueie..fwealth 1 BAa FREE 1TH ; Small package Ie
and kr enforcing rigidlyrat p'""

.f....5.M". se are aad arMerwrlln for.rt/.11r1 stll/atw ten i 3bars'ISc SATURDAY SPECIALS Both for--- 25c
I.....' .. Jesse. dwa..nt.reaftno
I.... ..team.... and......... .11I-_ .,
.she{late mom-wed etebtlr..wad Iht w-sr.e.rle bar I.... VJLI1NELLA SALAD
ef Paid.dw.ta by the eamme 1008011.and. ampere e1 Dressing

VMS \lie ............. of the .
Yova.. r pints19c quarts 35c 3/ pt.15c pt. 25e qt. 3ge

hes the d.b4. mammas
paw sal4
hr resettled In ...... ....... Cloth Bar PILLSBURY'S II ... bat Old Vlrrtrda
.. ........ lllew ...,.

.w.4r1... Provided 5 .1.1It.... r ..... SUGAR FLOUR------------89c APPLE BUTTER
lists d..M arms w stem _
1seal Ind'diftes II a"..
sellers Dow ...and......nlr.ralty.. ......Ia&Y. won an 10 Ib r---53C TOMATOES 4 No. 2 cans ----25e 32 oz jar15Cixcell :
ban ana.d a ........... bales"
Ia Sea ...... fend4.
has pawed eu to pay am ... } Fancy Whole Grain Rice 5 Ibs. 25e Swift's Jewel
use a. a.pr enacts en ,
hw e.Mrs.d a w tb.. waste GRAHAM CRACKERS
two..11l01I.raw"r step ef lapreverly sm"I"w6ft MEAL or GRITS, 5 lbs. ... 15cLARD

ban sw lowered ra a.".Naas 6069"01 "deed"r I i 4 lb. SOe
1-lb. pkg. --13C pkg. --
am ....... ..wt r no ten '
term-.w.MO me see dreafted .sea Keno Corn Flakes 2 k s. 15c
a r-46 .-w. Prior r .._,{ gg p g
1M.ealshsea........ saying dri-0 be Excell 1IusseJmann'sSODA

WHO could Improve on this CRACKERS Assorted Flavors Jello, 3 pkgs. 20c Apple Jelly


WHAT contractive program have 1.lb.. pkg.-- .Oc DILL PICKLES, 32 oz. jar ---19c 2 lb. jar--- 25e

his opponents offered?

substantial they filed against eemplalat his work hare NONE? MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing Snowdrift RICH CREAMY 51Ct.

3 lb.
KEEP can
j. M. LEE /zp pt.---25c qt.---39'c

The Right Man Bulk 'WUTS CIRCLE I LB. Red Chief

ON TilE JOn PICNIC HAMS - --- 25c
Give him a aeeend term aa

4 Ibs. - .Z5c 5 cans --ZSc

...-.. .-..ftIoo_who Ml riurU.believe,MM for hi I.kU IM M...L..._.4riorlita >.farr : Iceberg ROLL BUTTER, lb. - 29c


S TEA K S-------------23c 32 oz. jar -- 30c
heads SSe

Golden Ripe CALF LIVER, lb. - - 32c White JIouseBANANAS


3 Ibs. --- --l3c: Calf Brains or Kidney, lb. -17c gallon. .49COctagon :

Jelk'ta' Oleomargarine "Dat-d: for Freshness"
Soap Prod UCtS


}Super Suds Palmolive,Soap Small Soap lbo Iff
I /
3 pkgs. 2ac cake 5c cakes 22c LUCK: .

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FOR SHEA10 .....NOTICE: \Ve Close Thursdays at Noon..... aS.9.


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