The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00075
 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: June 5, 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: UF00087294:00075
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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OUSTINGIS I Homestead-Exercises Set Redland CommencementTo -

for 8 O'clock Tues- Take Place Wednesday -

day NightCommencement Night t -

exercises for Fourteen boy and eight girl
Homestead High School' largest will receive diplomas at Redland Second Primary Despite -

!graduating class, 21 boy and 18 High School Wednesday evening WEBB VOTE NOTQUESTIONABLE I 3 Opponents
girl, will be held Tuesday evening Clara day excretes will be held
Dade Voters Voice at I o'clock In the Neva King at eight o'clock this evening and BIRD AND REDD IN
Cooper School auditorium the baccalaureate sermon will be !
Stern Opposition to
Judge Walter Beckham will preached Sunday at U o'clock. COMMISSION RUN-OFF
Iron Bandits i make the commencement address All the commencement exercise -
and Superintendent Chat M. Fisher will be held In the school auditor Councilman Retains Post! Tabulation of South Dade

ALERT COMMITTEESFOIL will present the diploma The ium.The Pending Appeal of Vote Given in Tableon
other number on the program Redland graduating classconsists .
SHREWD PLOT will be: clan song, Invocation by of- Mir Mildred Campbell Ouster uit Page 2
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the Rev. C. N. Walker; address of Miss Virginia Delaney UluOutdo -
Circulation of Decoy Petitions welcome by Theodore Franklin; Leggett Miss Marjo Macey, The much-debated question a* Mrs. Nell K.. Walker of Homestead -
at Polls Is tenor solo by Stanley WiUkop with Miss Emily Payne, Mist Yvonne 1 to the eligibility' of Councilman' will not have to go Into the
ForestalledSouth piano accompaniment by Miss Prothero, Mir Dorothy Roe. Mill Frank Webb to bold hi* seat on the second primary In her camp-ign- '
MonteM Pacettl instrumental Lillian SwUIe,. Thomas Lee I city council after the recent decision to succeed herself M membei of
number by Mn Joseph Elder Dr Campbell, Robert Cast. Wm. of Judge Paul D. Bam In the county school board from District .
Dade voter voiced their H. S. Wolfe and Oeo. M. Frick,I Chamber, Geo Warren Fletcher' the ouster suit, was given I tnor 3 if three precinct *i,ice
opposition to lot machine In no ough airing at a regular meeting return could: not be learned to
presentation o( class lift by Theodore James Hathaway, Willard Mender- .. np
uncertain term during Tuesdays 1 oC the council jMcnday. -. 'fate IkMtlaitlklgM favorable
Franklin; and benediction by shots- Ralph Mum. "Marknam: ere a*
election, when an average of 8JS the Rev. C. N. Wal ;er. Neill, Roy Nelson, Stanley Proth- A* the net remit of a !lengthyand to her a* preeletuoasigns
per cent cJt those voting at precinct The class will present not one I ero, Will. Walsh Wilbur Wood. animated discussion Mr. Webl'etaina Indicated.
In the from Kendall to
area (Continued OB Pale Five) (Continued on Page Five) : his post until such time at Without those three precinct
Florida City. Inclusive signed petition the) city either exercises or declines -
the vote stood 2.840 for Mrs. Walk
advocating repeal of the Its right Of appeal to the era 1,138 for J. W. Asbury of Coconut -
Local Finishes
state law fegatlxlng' the Iron ban-
INDIAN HUNTERS state supreme court against the Grove 891 for N. J. Ik:.\v-
dits.An 12 Years of Perfect circuit court ruling An appeal er of South Miami and. 791 for
organized attempt to weaken School Attendance I must be filed within six months. I Mr*. Flora England of KrndnlL
the power of the referendum vote WARNED\ OUT OF In the meantime Councilman These figure IIIrs.. Walker

by placing bogus petitions, worded Twelve years In school wltn- Webb can hold office until the I majority of :20 vote over I.. i
Identically like the true petition eat having been ebaea ee NEW\ PARK AREA I right of appeal expire. City Attorney opponents' combined total of \ but destined later for cremationat
tardy to the record ef HIM George E. McCaskin advised and include return from tlxir
the hand of their sly' promoter, FriacllU Fred daughter ., \ --- the board. When asked by home precinct The mitring preinto
met with complete failure. Guided I President Tern Harris whether 81 the
any in southeast 1eO-
Mn. Lee Freed who will receive
I Four Seminole Indians, fully
by explicit instruction from State her diploma from Homestead previous legislation or official city.ton near Eighth treat .md
Attorney Q. A. Worley, workers equipped with camping and hunt could be '
High School Tuesday business attacked later, Precinct 63 and 84. la t orul
in this area were careful to see Kill. ing paraphernalia wen warnedoff Mr. McCasklll replied: -Then to Gable. are known to be tarot stole
that no fate document were allowed H b art kasha whether Everglade National Park area no danger from that SOUK All to the Homestead candidate but
a foothold at any of the of Mr. Webb while
act holding whether the return will sustain
this record has ever been Tuesday by w. R Flowers district
precinct in the lower end of the i office de faeto
equaled before In the historyof are legal"This the small majority the now hold
county Remand District _h..a.. game warden. answer disposed of the contention Is not certain. '
According to the Rev. A. A. bat Principal L. B. Semmeraf The band of native hunters we of Mayor Chart T. Harp- If Mr Walker ha to entc, the
Koestline president of the Red- the Homestead schools aid caught Just about nightfall near,less a* reported in another local second primary. her opponent ill
land district Ministerial Association Big Bend on the Cape Sable road medium last week tint the vote
It b the only one ef Its kind be Mr. Asbury first principal I at
and tireless worker for signatures mince be took charge five yean preparing to unload gear for a which killed liquor ordinance 228 Redland Farm Life School many
throughout the day the real aco.ttlLS.. trek into the Interior reaches of at the last council meeting was Illegal years ago who ha been u real
petition,form were enclosed in tyu park region Flower ynade no estate dealer In Coconut Glove
blue folder while the decoys were arrests, a* no game was in evi- Owing to the absence of Councilmen for several yean District *,
distinguished by gray cover Only ; dence, but compelled the pro.peci i Joe L. Burton and J. O school board Include all thai ,.on.,
the blue wen permitted at the ENDING BIG I tive law violator to depart hurriedly i Wynn who were attending graduation of Dade County south of the T.-"
polling places. from lands now under the excretes at the University
amt Trail in which are kx: ted
Mr Koestline laid that offer of YEAR IN HEALTH I protection of the national and of Miami final vow on the substitute Precincts 81 to 73, inclusive
five dollar each made to local state government liquor ordinance No. 227, wa Preston B. Bird and J. D. Reddgo
petition worker the day before According to Game Warden postponed until the next meeting Into the second primary In the
the election by those seeking to AND ATHLETICSOne ,: flowers the entire territory enclosed -l I at the suggestion of President Harris race for county commissioner, District
substitute the decoy found no I by the proposed park: boundaries who thought I matter of this 5 The vote Tuesday u is
taker and resulted in a round up I --- I Ii I* definitely doted to hunters importance demanded the voting Bird. &IIS, Redd 473 Chas O Turner
and suppression of the born docu i of the most complete and the year around and there is presence of every member of the. 271.
comprehensive health and physical wild life of board.
ments. i no open season on any
Sid L. Kendrick the democratic
education program ever conducted description. HI order to exclude The Webb controversy became
Supervised fcy the Redland District nomination for re-election
in the Homestead schools trespasser come from the state (Continued on Page Seven)
Lions Club with the willingaid fourth dietrkt
of the
a* Justice peace
:i*drawing to I close a* the present conservation department through
of the churches of the district, by defeating A. W. Jones,
signatures obtained from five precincts school year. nears Its end. Preparations I Newton LewIs,'cblef conservation Tag Day at Polls Net $30 1,143 to 439.
are way an officer of the southeast Florida
wen as foUowrGould 'even more extensive program for district. !Toward Pool Repair Fund A table complied by the Leader-
*, with Tom Torbert and .next year a* the new playground I Enterprise from returns obtained
Harry Lewis la charge Si names, space made available this spring Thirty; dollar was netted by a by It* own staff member from
or II per cent of the total vote; win be put Into use. A start has TBX WKATUEftDate tag day for the swimming pool repair precinct pollingplace* la the area

Princeton, Joseph Hickton In been made In hauling In dirt and wu.a .........ai' 4sstiamino.e fund, organized Tuesday on from Kendall to Florida City inclusive -
charge, 213 name, or 93 per cent planting grass This additional ...... --.. r-. short notice by Mr. t J. Dyti, to how new South V devoted
Redland. the Rev George C. Deuel pace will provide facilities for additional ways and mean member of the I in the various state and
la charge 114 name, or M percent sport, and together with Date |IMu,)Oa'': Bar.1| gain general pool committee, assisted county: race of Interest, appear
; Homestead, the Rev A. A. the ample equipment available May 22 __ by Mrs. Ben Archer. on Page 1 of this Issue.
Koestline in charge,assisted by the win give Homestead M complete May S3 81 59 30.02 .09 Girl of Homestead High School, Judge Raleigh Petteway el
Rev. Howard Eckel and one desk: a program a* any school in the May 24 ...r.82 72 whose schedule and grade permitted I Tampa, who yesterday afternoon
worker paid by J. O. Wynn 609 county; according to Tbeo J. May 25 82 73 3014 M sold the tags at the poll! WM reported leading the state for
names, or 71 per cent; and Florida Bleier, physical education instructor May 28 04 73 30.02 through the co-operation of Principal I governor with I total nearly 43-
City Mr*. R. W. Muffla In charge and coach.Swimming.: May 27 __ 00 73 2996 L. B. Sommen. Also assistingwere 000 vote, received a light vote la
113 names, or 79 per cent of the total touch football, football May 28 IT n 2974 .II Mr* Theo J. Skier wife of! South Dade. Hi probable opponent
number of ballot castThroughout soccer, basketball: track and !May 29 110 C8 2981: .25 the physical education! Instructor' fat the second primary, Fred
the county It ha* diamond ball were included la this May 30 70 12988 .15 to the high school Mr F& Lucas i'P Cone, whose' state-wide total
been estimated that more than rear* program, a* well a* Instruction May II __ 1'1 TO !1 .50 and Mr*. II:. M. Froecher Considering I Will nearly J9.SOO had the advantage -
16,000 name*,or almost bait the I and training In the minor June t 10 68 that It wa nearly noon before -I of personal acquaintance
primary rote and more than twice sports of paddle Wants and hone-I June 2 Sol I It {29..il the tag sale got under way,I and old friend In this section and
the number required to compel a''I shoe Interclass" tournament June _._. 90'1!i 75 .22 1 Mr*. DyaJ said she felt that the re-I I was second In South Dade only to
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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday June 5,1936.

SOUTH DADE VOTE BY PRECINCTS and surgical field during the past

i Other speakers included John ----...--. .
DEN GROUNDSAT I Fredrick of Homestead who gave CHRISTIAN BCIENC'CHURCHJane :
I the speech with which be-won the
i III .recent Future Farmer speaking 1 Lesson-scnnoa ,\

i II f PICNIC MEET I,enter contest Gainesville the In Miami state on Tune and competition It.the right to in and topic Croat""Geel the Only Came t..

:: It :a : = :: = = Large Delegation Goesto Musical Interludes were provided ,
by the Future Farmer string
School BariAsbury District Convention band composed of Listen Connor, CHURCH 4
41 I 7 11 i 12 11 u 7 Jill Next Sunday leader;Carl Van Wmkle. Randolph Je 7-We anmlng urssa .
Beaver 211 It In ,11 J l' 3 IT .10 4131'agland Caves Clyde Bowden. Robert sea_ W bsssalaareste service .
__ II II Z2 I I 'IT II'as 25 gas Redland District Lions turned Grubbs and Jimmy Barker. at high shed; evening ,
Walker IS 10 IT S4 f2 III 14 ell 811 1169C.mml.deser out In full force yesterday to labor menace en "Jacob's CrWa.*
Special chalk drawing by L.
the beautification of their
Father of Miss Theisen .
A. Y..D6.Jane
Bird __ __ 14 40 400 71 aIlS clubhouse and rounds en Silver I II II-Bible study,
Redd _ 83 2S 332 115 415 Palm drive, and spent the entire Dies in Fort Lauderdale I Ii
Turner ._ _ .2 III 113 17 271 day on a program laid out In de-I
tail at the regular Tuesday night ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
School govt.Mnrshall meeting of the club this week i i 1 Word was received here Wednesday -, June 7-Feast .! the Most I
.._ _. 113 80 SO 28 108 58 241 33 8211 of the death at Peter J.I Holy Trinity Holy Eucharist
Lions E. L. Lawrence and J.
Wilson 44 111 81 21 'IS 411 474 IS 834 J. Forbes cooked and served a I Theisen of Fort Lauderdale at his I a. m.; Sunday school t:IS
I home there shortly after his daugl evening 8 ...
Senate mld-dayluncheon. aided by Lawrence a. m.; prayer ,
Fler, '_ 21 82 35 24 80 III 201 211 4111 Pope In charge of water. ,i'ter.physical Miss Kathryn education Thelscn director, girls at (N. 11 a. .... service).

Graham __ __' 40 18 11 13 lIS 2. 17' n 488 Gordon L. Walters and George Homestead High School, had left' June 11 Corpus ChriatltHoly
Pruitt 45 43 17 IS 'lI 31 343 10 648Robillard Ruehle directed building Improvements -:for his bedside. I' Eucharist. 7 a. ...
3 3 T 1 II 9 11 4 1111 and landscaping operations
Tilton __ II 10 II 0 0 7 53 I 10 respectively, Charles A. Cox andC. : Mr Theisen who was 71 yean REDLAND COMMUNITY
to the United States from
old came
; H. Oallaher were club carpenters I CHURCH
Sheriff I ; W. O. Talbott and Joseph: Germany 70 years ago. His home Jane Sunday school from
Coleman 211 '10 4. 13 3. 52 385 48 659Hardie Hickaon, club painters, and Lions I wag In Remus, MIch., where his It.lt:45 a. m,
.. 2S II 13"IS" n 24 148 55 41T George Cooper, Tom Torbert, body .1 taken for bUlla: '.
Quill ..__ 40 aa IS 13 11 22 151 .II 411 Walter Talbott and J. J. Forbes,I .He 4s survived by: his wife; Mr.
Venno ._ 1 1 3. 4. 1I..JoS 31 I IIWeatoa. loaned trucks to haul dirt for tho Mary A. Theisen; six daughters: A Political Bene
1. 111 I t 2 11.11 104. U 176Williams landscaping section of the pro: Mrs. Agnes Winner and Mrs "Some of the political questions.
__ 10 1. 10 1 1" 1 IS II 110 gram. CloetU Romender of Flint, Mich. now being windily debated about '.
Congress The club will send an Imposing Mrs. Irene Kline and Miss Edna the country are like the b.A'

Cannon 'II II 17 2S iIi, 72 411 84 17. delegation to the district convention Mae Theisen of Remus Mrs. MarieMcNamara drum." "
of Mantistique, Mich., "How la that?
Phillips 4 4 0 0 4 I, I I 2T of Lions International scheduled -
and Miss Kathryn Theisen of "After ;you Isten to both sides
Wilcox 18 11. 11 32' II U 383 11 123 assemble In Tallahassee on' '
Ge...... .t s June T and '. Ocala has been selected -'I. Homestead. of It you haven't heard much.
as the central meeting point
Burton __ 8' 1 4 0 1 I'63 II 144 for South Florida clubs and a 1
Caldwen._. I 11 14 11. 11 3 34 6 108 motorcade will leave that city at''I
Carter 14 l' 4 II 13 211 21 6 103 1 .
Chappell ._ 23 41 I I 1. 11 124 1. 250 p. m. Sunday CARD OF THANKSI
The will be escorted :
Cone 2 8 I 16 267 4 caravan to
Hodges- := = : : 11 : : 520 53 : m the state capital by Inspectors i

Poly 21 80 U 15 111 U 204 54 592Pettetway Bass and Parks of the state road I wish to express my thanks to the voters
17 10 0 10 l' 6 58 I 118 patrol, who were recently assignedto for their in Tuesday's election and
traffic duty on the highways of i support
la\l.. Registration South Dade as a direct result of II assure them that their continued support in
Holmer .. 41 81 81 22 101 112 301IT 125 action taken by the tool club in
Kirkland .__ 111 3. 11 10. .15 11 181' 4S 381 the Interests of safety.Delegates I the second primary will be greatly appre
Stewart ._ 11 12 10 1 38 II 86 '\' I 205 from Redland .
the I ciated.
Van tan ..,2 41 ...21 t 24 <
1IJ' 14a:45: 337Tax group will Include Mr. and Mrs.;
Collector ,< Charles Swann, Mr and Mrs W j '
Becker 111 111 51 "'22 115 48 34112 811 L Fisk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles REDD'
J. D. ;
Brown I 13 I' 4 12 6 113; 7 lOT Ook-y, Mr and Mrs. W. H. Owena'j I
Goldstein ._ 10 11 9 8 22 I 112' U 201 Mr. and "" 1'1. George
McLendon 10 10 IS I 44 11 T1 It 183 and Mrs. Tom Torbert, Charles Candidate for County Commissioner
Wood ..__ 3S 112 111 1 ,40 3S 111 10 135"tell. Pratt, Thomas t: Kirby, WalterTalbott I
AlDat and t H Callaher. Lions

, Joyce ..__ II 'I' U'IO" 18 IS 1'1' 40 125 risk Callaher and Lawrence compose j jI .Paid NII..a dd..tiwtn.a.
Keen __ I 211 14 II' 13 U lU 1. 214BoUina the committee on convention tL
'_ IS 12 11 3 IT It 134 30 214 I arrangements. j I ian
Wheat .. _._ __ 11 .3 41 IT : 112 59 335 sa 661Rep At Tuesday's session of the club j
.GnQI. Interesting address on the history ,- ,
I and practice of dentistry at'
Holt ._ 311 II 110 IS II 41 253 112 821 la healing art was given by Dr. B. I
Luke 24 113 23 I 65 21 211! 11 512Okeil E. Catlin of Homestead, who I
___ n 44 10 8 11 15 IV 28 251 stressed the rapid expansion of the I
Rep. Group 3Blakey dental profession in the medicalGeneral
.._ 4 I 1 1 ,.10..6 30 4 91Henderson !
._ 17 20 8' 6 Sf It )04 M 3S 216Laugh'ghouse i>'a a ;rte yI
.. 4 10 4 1.)0 If' 'SV""t-1 102
, Overdreet II 83 U # .ur.' ;9x123 10' :390Mrs.
Watson _.... IIIV 7 Nli'420 ;. 6" 13 ,,0t.. .171
PAY Watson __ n II IS "'.5 : 10,1: 't 184
Williams ._ 10 :'7o'4 157WeG
32 12 4 431',102 i4 PAl. iI
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Jones _. no._ _.. U II 25 2V 33 222 64 4311
Kendrick ... ._ U3 7. 28 153 'IS 111 'IT '. 1143 .
I :
AU7. General I

Bentley U 114 28 2T sa 4S 404 III 738Landis 1 1I

state ClnI1er..__ __ 8' US IS IV It lIS 280 118 132 1i i I

Anderson ._ 6 IS lOIn 23 SOO 9 202 I
Bullock 6 14 I 0 9 3"+ 48 12 9eLee I
__ 31 De 42
30 13 38 288 82 tla8
Pace _._ 32 21 25 IS n'' 34 213 n. 431 Public UtilitiesHomestead I
Swearingen 21 411 1'1 I. If 15 III 17 28S I

State Supt rPub. REPAIR
Phone R
r..tnetklll << 19

Buchola 12 0 7 11 11 IS 39 4 UI
Cates .__ ...... 15 11 I 6 7 10 H 21 126Cawthcn Now is the time to remodel and repair your
.__ 111 70 211 It SS 25 149 IS 383
English ___ __ 20 34 17 S '1" 42 250 47 82. Let Us. property while materials and labor can be obtained I

Jones .__ 22 .0 I' S 23 I 30 I 183 at lowest cost. We will be glad to give

State Treasurer RejuvenateYour you estimates and suggestions without charge or I
Oetzen .__ 23 17 24 9 33 21 112 II 2114
Knott .. __ 41 101 SO 2. 108 n 121 11 590Lancaster Car obligation to you. We will gladly supply the

...t. .3' aT 11 10 U S2 17e .20 397Con. finest quality materials at economically low cost. :
Wood Work
Bishop ___ ,'34 'SII 11 1. 11 17 231 II 448Me" I
.__._ __ fa 152 \ II 41 173 IT 412 'IS nil Body Fender Repairs Let Us Assist You in Getting

Judge clvii Cart Tops and Trimming: Loans for Remodeling

Brown_ ..... 54 .)11, .1' 11 '11 n' 291 U Seat Covers
Burton 22'- 3t 14 I U U 308 U
Small _. __ 3S"+t.83 18 13 41 as In 21 .1 "Pal DtinrArt's

Juvenile Judge W. D. Home Co. Inc.
BedthllD __ 12 10& II 40 18e n 451 '1' ,
Roberts .. '''_ 43 63, 41 14 43 11 286 U Paint Shop ,

414x. Courts ClerkD421wt j I
__ ..._ II 5d. 43 34 Q II 170 M' m-1 841 N. KROMB AVR. .Homestead,_Fla. Phone 507-J

Watson ..__ .._ $4 J" 1& IS 94 It 'JI SII \ I }, .-. ..!1.i_. __ ___ ___


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Friday June fi, 1986. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Three ,

Mrs. E. J. Rhodes and Mn M. I Shields, Mrs. John Rohrer Mrs Frankness .
D. legation. who an staying in]'Margaret Kennedy. Mrs.. Jjtey Mother: "Owctous. Johnnie1 j I
I Miami visited In Florida City on I'I Clinton, Mrs. R. W Mullins Mrs.1 I How did you get such dirty I ,
In and .AroundHomescad Tueejky. ''James Dobbin, and the hostess and hand**" "
j'.her baby daughter, HascI Johnnie: "Washing my face .;
H. Mf ties return-1'
dt her feme stir a vII I' wttli1relatives.

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Mr. and Mrs. Burley Deady left
Saturday for Georgia whet Mr. :
MlM Helen Kathryn Taylor of vacation trip to the west coast! Dendy hat I packing contract
Philadelphia arrived Tuesday to Florida where they will visit I I
make her horn here with her''I Miss Martha will at- Miss label Becker and Mrs.I, I am sincerely gratified for the vote

brother' the Rev. Win C. Taylor, the annual Young People's I Mary Blellnaky of Miami spent I of confidence in Tuesday's elec-
pWrtOe of St. Johns Episcopal Assembly In Lakeland next week. Sunday at to home of their mother given me

Church .1 Mrs Chas Becker. I tion and earnestly solicit the continued
Mrs. C. G Nelson who had returned
Arthur Yogi, Frank Basso, Carl to her home in Redlaad I Mr. and Mrs. C. L Rhodes took support of those who helped me in the
Dedm and Geronimo Mrs. Rhodes' mother, Mrs. L.I
Billy returned after spending some time to the M !
Tuesday from. Riverside University hospital In Coral English, to Tltvuvlbe They were!, first primary and the added supportof
Military Academy In Galnesvile, Gables has been taken back to the' accompanied on their return by,
O*. The tint three will be In the hospital for further treatmentMrs. Mrs. Ethel Given who will be those who by reason of Tuesday's
graduating class next year, and I I their guest for a short time. j
Billy Geronlmo will be in the A. A. Relchert returnedthis I I results may now feel free to transfer
tenth grade. week from Loganiport, Ind., Mrs Margaret Kennedy has returned -
where she has been for several from a short stay in Red- their allegiance for the second primaryon
Mia Eunice Walker, daughter months. I land with Mrs. C. O. Nelson who
of the Rev. and Mn. C. N. Walker, I has been taken back to the University June 23.PRESTON.
has gone to DeLand to visit her Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Rutzke are hospital.
grandmother, Mn. S. L. Kruse, the parents of seven-pound son,I !
and other relatives for several David Eugene, born at the PostGraduate Mr. and Mrs W. W. Severy and B. BIRD !
week She made the trip to De-I hospital May 24. daughters, Wilfred and Warrens,
Land with Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. A. and J. A. Severy were Sunday .
West and Mill Lucille :West. FLORIDA CITYMrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sew Candidate for

Edwin McCarrah wilt return W. W. .....,. Camipieeret cry in Miami. -. 1( ,

today from a'abort visit with hU r the Ladles' Aid of the Community County Commissioner i ;
parentts, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Mc- Roy Chandler enjoying his Church held Its
Carrah, In DeLand. vacation with relatives la Georgia. meeting Wednesday at the -FIFTH DISTRICT '
of Mrs. Cbas. Clinton. JUD'j ;
Archer Smith, student at the Mrs. S. T. Cordsy and son were Miller the Vice-president (Paid PalItIoeI Ai..rt.o.Nt i 1
University cf Florida, returned called to Georgia by the illness of sided. Others present were:
Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Mr. Gorday's father. Robert Crlesbach, ){n. 8. S. I J
J. A. Smith, who had driven to ;.r
Gainesville tor him. The Florida City school .is receiving -
extensive repairs UZI FORD TUDOR SEDAN 1
Mrs. P. B. Bird, Sr., left Wed-,
nesdsy for Daytona Beach where I Mrs. S. S. Shields returned Sat- --New top clean Interior I
she will spend the summer. urday from a two-week stay In SAVE 193>tag In good ''7C :

.1 MiamiDR.B.&GATLIN shape _.__ I
,Miss Ela Arourena plens to return
to Tallahassee Saturday to
attend the summer session of the I IK roaD TUDOR IEDAN-
Florida State College for Women. -
New top.-tirH f.lrmech.n.Ic.llJ
OK .- Only
Mrs. Leo Bernecker and her I DentistOffice 1838 tag .._.- _._._
sister Miss Betty Klich, and Mrs.'I

Bernecker's brother-in-law Em-,|' in Hausman Bldr. by buying
tat Bernecker left Wednesday for q 1934 FORD FOEDOE SEDAN
Morgantown W. Va., on receipt ttfl -Overhauled. Paint good. Has i
word that Frank Klich father of /
I Phone 83 11138
Mrs. Bernecker and Mia Klicb, 385
had been Injured In the back and tog ----
legs in a rock quarry accident. i HOMESTEAD FLORIDA O

M... F.'M. Fogle and little son, UZI CHEVROLET CABRIOLET -
Floyd are visiting Mrs regie's i New paint. Car u in t

parents in Sarasota. I //II Z1/U -. condition mechan- 75

Rudolph cowman who has been FLORDAtl p Ically .-.._ _.._.
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE of wen agricultural In the Increased products employment In manufacturing I' THE LIBRARIAN'S; CORNER !I I carte bring by good them artists four or next IlIIO.latioliwtn more winter.COD-

Published Friday I' Homeatesd. We grow much of an I BT MRS. b I* VOW LIBRARIAN It I* planned to schedule these
Fla.. bjr the South Dad automobile now: It is not beyond .1 I concerts for Saturday evenfogs.
that eventually we shall U
rubllshhig Co. possibility most or all of It. LIIIIIAaT acids travel you can visit many places Special attention should be drawn
grow and higher I ideals. W.da dar. Tn..4.yt W ass and learn to know many people. I to the reduced prices for those Who
BENAKCIIEB.Editor, "Shorter noun Ford Tow" trees, n a -.1 P.ss.aat"darseaa.Q5Ny.a.iMe.. Every library must have book are music students Their sub
wages are Inevitable, Mr. crlptlon are only $2.50.
kept for reference only. We haft Sub
Catered M second class man predicts. "We cannot escape them. I not many but we do have some tcrtptlons may be sent to Mrs. Ida
If we go on making things, we Twelve month on the "belt Keary Liddle secretary 631
matter March .6. JI.1. alike pert them and which are not for circulation but N. r..
must have money to buy renter" list, one whole year then Our e0th street Miami. The drive
office at Heoestr.. Florida under These will they are here for you to use end
tile act *f March a. 1I7(. leisure to use economies them. improvements : It drop off completely. That ii reading room la not very attract- at 10 p. m. Saturday.
result from the of "The Green Light" by
and refinements of manufacturing story tlw but U you are really interested
TEAR which In turn I Lloyd Douglas. For some reason in your subject you will forget Miss Miriam Burton Gets
$V$. miCK $U' A methods It hat never been among the beat
surroundings. We have
result from the incessant labor and We your Miami University
p- renters on our rental helves. good dictionaries several encyclopedias DegreqMiss
native experience of I118D11"meaL have had It since lu publicationand and whatever your subject -

SHEDDING It has not paid out yet But you can almost always find Miriam Burton daughter
Torpid and till h* lies "We shall find out that no social after all it does take e long time i some helpful literature at your of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burton received *

With milky-filmed blind yes; advance can be IntroducedInto to pay out when the rental fee Is library. Try to do Km real constructive an A. B. degree from the
So ,still it seem that breath Industry by law; It will tome ony two cents a day. "The Magnificent reading this summer. Cat college of arts and science of the

Has given way to death.A because it Is right, and what Is Obsession" is still one of i Interested in a book and neither University of Miami Monday eve.'

right will support Itself. We shall our moat popular books, seldom I i heat nor mosquitoes will be abl ning. The commencement exen
sudden quiver ripples have shorter hours because work found at home, and most readers to make much Impression on you rises were held In the Blltmom
Down Jill dun-tcaled length; will be plentiful and production like it best of the three Douglas Hotel Miss Burton majored la

lie leapt to Instant, pulsing ample not In order to spread work books up to date. "White Banner Civic Music Group Has history and social science.
Life with frenzied strength: but to enable men to enjoy and now running as a serial will be out She attended Rlngllng Art

At though, listening ba had heard use the things they make. in book form soon, then the name Drive for MembershipBy. School In' Sarasota one year, the
Some signal eome waited word. 1* concerned 'of Lloyd Douglas will once more
"A far as competition Dr.: Li. Wolfe University of Kentucky one year,
Desperately he writhe that must continue. But be on the "best .l1er-be renter The Miami Civic Music Association and the University of Miami twoyears
flee hit skin .
To outgrown we must learn what competition lists". .
is annual drive
HU threshing body scythes really its It I* striving to attain Sometimes book publishers haveto for members at this time andlIome.tell4 .1
and trembling ferns
Through gross the best To throttle It would work fast, here Is an example
In blind and terrific strivings; music loven be Allen West to Get A. B.
to stop all did know of
mesa progress. Harpers not the Pulit-
Itr rube he rollt. he turn Interested In joining this organization. Degree at Stetson June 8
zer prize award until the announcement .
And lit last hit tortured head
over the radio at ,
These civic music associationsare
Shines forth tree and brilliant NO INNATE CRAVING
10.30: p. m. on Monday, May 4th : entirely non-profit, and the Allen West son of Mr. and Mrs
And his cellophanehed
gleaming. There is nothing In human na- The sales manager got busy over musicians which they are able to Ceo. A. West will get an A. B.
the wires. Night letters were sent I degree from the College of Art
sets determined
rlppUng velvet ture which Inevitably men: bring to their subscribers are -
With Spill colllnjt last frantic thrust .1 chasing after strong drink. The' out to the trade asking them to entirely by the numberof and Sciences of Stetson University
one drink habit has to be learned. The wire their orders. The press work subscriptions. The more in DeLand Monday.He .
Hr that brittle glass
And spurns leaves bit pale counterpart difficulty is that we are dealing ed all Monday; night preparing a scribers, the more and the .ub-I plans to enter Southern ,

Out-worn upon the gran.Mary with' organized forces which have new edition. Tuesday morning calibre the artists which Baptist Theological Seminary In

-- Ferrell Dickinson In Contemporary set themselves to create in generation newspapers carried advertisingand engaged to appear. The Miami Louisville, Ky., In the fall to be
Women Poet of America after generation a powerful by 9:45 Tuesday morning Civic Music Association la now gin work for a degree In theology
Blue Moon. appetite which can be exploitedfor Harpers had taken orders for nearly starting its fourth season, with Mr. and Mrs. West and their
financial gain. If we are to five thousand copies of the three seasons of successful opera- daughter Miss Lucille, left here '
consider human, nature at all the Pulitzer prize novel. 'Honey in the tion and steady growth behind It. Wednesday to attend commence*
FORD rREDlCTS CHANGES FOB difficulty I Ia not primarily with the Horn. But the American Booksellers There are many Homestead ment week events at Stetson and
NEXT M YEARS man'a thirst for alcohol, but with selected as "the most distinguished people who love good music and to visit relatives in Daytona

\ Quarter of a century from the thirst of some men for gold.- novel published ia IMS they may not be aware that a $5 Beach ':
now. says Henry Ford In an Interview Bishop Francis J. McConnell, Rachel field's "TIme Out ofMind"

with S. J. Woolf in the .;June -
Rotarian Magazine, people win When does old age com long ;

look tack at these time in much: MASS DEMANDFOR and incapacitate a man or a wom- r
for distinctive service Titian
the same' way at we do now at the an To My Home People:
painted "Transfiguration" and an
stagecoach era of the world's development ,
SLOTS' DOOM other great picture "Annunciation" J.

when be was JMX He never
However, he explains that while stopped work. He was working ,

Improvements' are taking place IS INDICATEDContinued en Plot at the .age of 99 at the Your support and loyalty expressed
and new thing are being created time of his death. I ,

It does not follow that old things Between 74 and 80 Henry VanDyke 1 in the first primary, are appreciated
mint b* abandoned, if there I* any ( From Pegs One) published eight books.I!

good (a them. 1 referendum In November, were Thomas Edison worked to the last. more than I can ever express in r
Aviation," says Mr. Ford. "will I signed to the petition of his 84 year. Clara Barton, did I I
words. w:
into its until .
not come own the
strenuous relief
Report from the Greater Miami work In Cuba at
automobile has been absolutely' area and other parts of Dade Indicate T8. Queen Victoria lived U busy I I
perfected. But there is much stlD
years and when most people con'
I that attempts block the purpose -
to be done In moblleL Giveus
of the petition by foisting alder themselves too old to learn
a few and the automobile NELL K. WALKER
undertook the of Hindustani
dummies on an unsuspecting! electorate :- study I ,
will, be improved and refined '
were general but that In Those Carpenter Travel Booksare
beyond all present Imagination -
practically every instance these proving a good Investment.!
Motor car manufacturing Is plans were frustrated by alert Both old and young are reading
still a new Industry There win committee a* In the Redland Dis them with profit and delight If
be changes for the better In al-
trict. you plan to spend your vacation at
mot every part of the car. home why not travel with-books?
All our machinery will be tighter
You can see a lot of the world
and better. This Is true not Howard Field Gets B. D. from your awn door step and it'
only of automobile machinery but you will devote fifteen minutes ora
And Miami AppointmentMr.
of machinery in general Almost half hour each day to reading

every mechanism today Is unneces tome good book on biography or
airily overburdened with weight and Mrs. Carl A. Field left

--due to a system of interlocking last week for WoUaston. Mass, to I
directorates, manufacturers have attend the graduation exercises ofEastern For the Best la
been only selling materials Insteadof Nazarene College* where 1
also studying their best use. their son Howard, la to receive the I OPTOMETRYDR.

"No on* can apeak of the future Bachelor of Divinity degree. ANDERDR.

," he continues, "without taking During the summer, Mr. Field B. GONZALEZ
into thoughtful considerationJust win fill the pulpit of the First Nei- I II) Veaetlaa Arcade Miami
what the last few year hay arena Church la Miami.

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< tfHJLS.I ENDING BIG |thlt games high. Getting school off team to allow played start 19I I'H. H. S. EXERCISES THE League STANDINGS. WEDNESDAY\ IS

i. !YEAR IN HEALTH the season team and won tied six one.games Most during of the the SET FOR 8 O'CLOCK Brookei'Team' .._. W a L I .Pet.8$3Cloninger DAY OF REDLAND

,other games were lest only by one .___ I 2 .800

J k' AND ATHLETICS and two point margins.\ Going Into TUESDAY NIGHT GoulW __.__ I I .400 III GRADUATION
I the semi-finals in the district Horne __ ___ 1 e lee

'tr tournament, the team was Just B Gagne
: /Hi, (Continued From Page One) barely nosed out by Miami Edisonby ., (Continued From Page On) Team W L Pct (Continued From Page One)
, 1 basketball and diamond ball a two-point lead Training In but several gifts to the school. Af- Rotary 4 1 .a00 Harry Hemmlnga and Donald #"

\ around enthusiastic competition I basketball was started off with ter buying a shaper for the manual Tavern Store 4 1 .Iot Sickle.

among the youngsters, and explanations of the rules and training department the class Rustic Inn _....__ _. I 4 .333 Robert Cast Is president; Willard
.: achievement tests conducted at the principals of offense and defense found It would have funds enoughto Burton' I e .16t
J*' I end of each season measured individual Team organisation was developedto purchase: three or four concrete Hendershott vice-president; Miss ,
m I{ ability Thorough drill In a high degree" At the close of benches for the grounds Oulda Liggett secretary; and Miss

) T.1>the fundamental of each sport the season a double elimination The baccalaureate services will 4-Run Rally Fails Virginia Delaney, treasurer. P.

,!fk(' was given, official rules were care- interclass tournament was conducted I be held Sunday forenoon at 11 M. Baker la sponsor for the class.
f T, fully explained, and practice test in which six games were I o'clock In the school auditorium.The To Stave Defeat of The class day program win consist
dons were designed to bring out played. The seniors were the victors I Rev E. U Nelson of the First of: class prophecy by Miss

'. <% the highest Individual skill poor and were presented with silver i Presbyterian Church will make the Burton by RusticsA Marjo Macey class history by Miss

r* title, as well aa develop team organization basketballs. Achievement tests' address. Other numbers In the Virginia Delaney; class will by

-. ( and Instill the Ideal of In basketball Involved free throws program are: invocation by the In the seventh Miss Oulda Leggett and Mill Mildred -
four run rally
& good sportsmanship In all. Co- (25 trials), and the total numberof I Rev. C. N. Walker; hymn, "In the Inning by Burton's DepartmentStore Campbell; class song by Miss
1 I ';" ordination of mental and physical shots In 30 seconds Garden"; Scriptural reading by the In the B league diamond Macey and Miss Leggett; class

I t', alertness, enjoyment of living A Jumping pit was prepared on 1 Rev. Wm. C Taylor; prayer by ball game Friday night against poem by Miss Yvonne Prothero;
. i through play activities, and chart I the school grounds and foam and, the Rev. A, A. Kocrtttne; vocal Rustic Inn failed to overcome the and presentation of gifts by Robert *

'f"" acter building through Intelligent I take off in the high Jump and pole: solo by Mrs Wm. Musselwhlte; early lead of the Matecumbe Ca.L

I }; direction of interests: formed the i vault, form, step and speed In the benediction by the Rev. H. C. boys, who won,, 12-9 Little Bur- The baccalaureate sermon will
? background of the program, Mr. hurdles; training In form and Eckel ton pitcher, hit a home run with be preached by the Rev H. O.
4 \ Bleler said. I' method of holding In the shotputand The senior class consists of: Miss the bases loaded In the third Inn Cowan, pastor of the Silver Palm
, In addition to the training the in the running and standing Ethel Bailey, Miss Annie Mill Community Church. Other numbers -

various sport, a series of lectures broad jump were given. Track Booth Miss Dorothy Brannan, ing.Brooker Lumber Co. defeated on the program will be prelude w s
:#jon the fundamentals of good achievement tests included the Miss Dorothy Deden, Miss Jewel the by Mrs. Louts Whitworth; !.
. 41''health, functions of the various high Jump, standing broad jump, Campbell, Miss Prlscllla Fread, Goulds In eight Innings In hymn, "Lead On, 0 King Eternal 1
ft A 10-6 scoring
',.,i ,M, parts and organs of the body, and shot put pole vault and running Miss Virginia Hodge, Miss Leola four league runs nightcap in the eighth., Goulds prayer by the Rev. C. H. Condon, y
'f general health Information were broad jump. Little, Miss Mary Moon Miss Jean pastor of the Princeton Nazarene'
In the first two
got Its six runs
. given. Three time during the Four games were played by the Parman Miss Fern Robertson, innings while Brooker kept peck-' Church; vocal selection by the

.. ( .f;'; course of the year each boy was diamond ball team of which two MIll Melba Sever Miss Hazel Sul- Ink on the offerings of Day. Lyon brothers quartet .Scripture
I\\ weighed' his gain or togs tabulated, were won and two lost Drill in livan, Miss Marjorie Sullivan, Miss sway Brooker led reading by the Rev. I. L. Nelson,
r Barrow shortstop
;";.ry and comparison made to normal the fundamentals of throwing, hitting Ruth Tower Miss Katherine Vann, the attack with doubt pastor of the Homestead Presbyterian -
hitting a
,. I, t: weight charts. Thus each boy and catching followed an ex- Miss Lois Walker and Miss Lois and I triple. Gonzales, Goulds Church; announcements;

. f.:' ;<*>.had a better understanding of his planation of the rules and positions Whitehead Sam Allen, Whitney shortstop bit four singles out of hymns, "Onward Christian Sol-
need and Beam Labon Bishop Harry "Work for the Night Is 4
I' own Personal health of the players An Inter- five times at bat and Roberts hit diers" and
7 for him to do Brown, W. H. Carter, Bobby Caves, and benediction the r
.;', what was necessary class tournament was conducted. and two singles out of four Coming"; by
. :'i'; i to bring his body up to the highest Achievement tests In diamond ball Aubrey Cheshire, J. B. Cloninger, times a triple at batBrooker Rev L. O Adams.

i. physical efficiency possible Mr. Involved ability to throw hit, D. H. DelUnger, Theodore Franklin The Rev A. D. Hagler.pastor of

r I 'j Bleier pointed out catch and pitch at t target.In John Fredrick, Clarence Bryan Memorial Church, will
.:" "q V: ,ls'a.: Richard Mattson stands out as the 15 achievement tests con- Froscher: Myron Grennell, Otha DefeatedFor make the commencement address

t Ii .,i an all around student In the senior ducted In the various sports the Hackler, Edwin Lawrence, Clay Wednesday evening. Miss Marjo

I' a '. class In athletics, he was qn. of following were high point men Nelson ton Lehman Richard Mattson Mof-, First Time This Macey will deliver the salutatory
McCourtney Tommy
i ,: the key men on the basketball In each class: address and Miss Yvonne Proth i

.. team and second high-point man Seniors A. Cheshire 39, R. fett Theodore Earl Rohrer Franklin and Is Bin president Vercoe, Season by PackersBrooker era, the valedictory.. Mrs. C. N.

for the season. He served as pitch- Mattson 28, D. Delllnger 23. Walker, county school board member
4 Myron Orennell vice-president
er on the diamond ball team was ; will present the diplomas. The
Juniors:. Smith 37 D West Miss Lumber Co. lost Its
Dorothy Deden
band will
a member of the track team, and Redland High School
} 38 J. Gibbl 211.I and Richard Mattson treasurer first game of the present diamond
: won second place in the. achievement play several numbers, and Stanley
Mr Ruth Scott Is class bait season to Cloninger Packing
SOPhomoR. Caves 38, E sponsor
will to
testa. Wlttkop ling piano accompaniment
\ h Otha Hackler an honor roll I I Pacettt 37 C. Little 33. I Co., 10-1, Monday night on Brooker the by Miss Monies Pa-
municipal field. Thomas, -
," student was the only two- Ninth grade-H. Rue 28, R. ,Rained Out Games Set first string pitcher, had an InJured eettl. Mr. Condon will give the

.,.f. ', letter man in the class, winningan Martin 27 M. Bishop 25. I At End of June Schedule ) toe and played centerfleld. Invocation and Mr. Adams, the *

',; "H" in both basketball and Eighth grade-W. L. Lett 40. I Cloninger and Smith bit home benediction. re

track. Homestead I* very proudof J. Sullivan 34, a Cloninger 14. The diamond ball games scheduled runs for Cloninger while Barrow

his winning the district tournament At all times during the year ample to have been played Wednesday with a double and a single, led In the B league game, -' behind
in the pole vault at the track the hitting of Lowkis who -
equipment has been available night between Tavern Store Brooker hitting garnered
meet in Miami this.spring He also for the use of the boys and every and Rotary In the B league and Tavern Store of Tavemler defeated I single, a double and a home
took third place in the state tournament Rustic Inn of Matocumb out of four times at bat
effort has been exerted to see that W. D. Horn Co and Cloninger run
Gainesville. This Is
in each boy received an opportunityto Packing Co. In the A league will
the first time Homestead baa placed -
take fullest possible advantage be played on the completion of
II in the state tourn-
a track man Of the facilities offered ,the schedule for June, which Is as
ament.D. High achievement test honors follow:
of the
H. Delllnger, captain
were won as follows: June 8-Rustic Inn vs. Rotary;
basketball team and aUtournament -
u forward was also highpointman I Football punting, Richard Brooker vs. Horn wish to sincere thanks to
June 8-Tavern Store vs. Bur- express my
Mattson, 49 yds, 9 In.; passing
placed for third the basketball In achievement season.testa He distance, Aubrey Cheshire, 44 yds; ton; Cloninger vs. Gouldl.I the voters for my re-election. I will strive to soy

" The fall program opened with target throw (35 ft.), Richard I June 10-Rustle Inn vs. Tavern continue to merit your confidence. ;Vt

1 swimming tests conducted at the Mattaon, 10 out of 10; pass receiving Store; Brooker vs Cloninger.
June 12-Rotary vs. Burton,
I Earl Rohrer and Earl
Ofoctal i, Smith, each I out of 5. Horn vs. Goulds. SID L. KENDRICKJustice
June li-Tavern Store vs. Rotary
111 boys, of whom seven were ableto Basketball-free throws, Rich-

pass the junior life laving teats; ard Mattson 22 out of 25; numberof June; Cloninger 17-Rustic vs.Inn Horn vs Burton; of the Peace, Fourth District

r 53, the swimmers' tests, consisting shots in 30 seconds, D. H. Dell- Brooker vs. Goulds.
of swimming 100 yards, treading tiller, 16 out of 18. Inn
June 19 Rotary vs. Rustic ;
water for 30 seconds swimmingon Track running broad jump, Horn vs Brooker
the back for 80 feet without the,
Aubrey Cheshire 18 ft.; standing : June 22 -- Burton vs. Tavern
use of the hands, three surface' broad Jump, D. H. Delllnger, 8 ft, Store; Goulds vs Clonlnger4,

dives, and the witnessing of an artificial I ZVt In., high jump, Clayton Leh- June 24-Tavern Store vs. Rustic 10th Anniversary

respiration demonstration I man and Whitney Beam, tied at Inn; Cloninger vs Brooker.

51 were able to pass the beginners'test \ 5 ft.; shot put, Alvin Bridges, 46 I June :26-Burton vs Rotary;
n which consisted of Jumping ft., 1 in; pole vault Otha Hackler, Goulds vs. llorne.

into the water over the swimmers' 10 ft, 4Vfc in.Diamond June : -Rotary vs Tavern SALESaturday
head, swimming 30 feet turning,
ball-throw for distance Store; Horne vs Cloninger
and back. Junior lifesaving
swimming Aubrey Cheshire 399 ft; July Burton vs. Rustic Inn;
tests require bringing ,
hitting for distance Aubrey Cheshire Goulds vs. Brooker.
In out of the water,
someone 202 ft.; target throw (e0 ft), Completion of this schedule will
breaking holds, and actual work in
Bill Vercoe and Richard Mattson.T mark the end of the first half of
artificial respiration. out of 10. league competition June 6
Football, touch football and
soccer were next taken up. A ,
thorough explanation of the rules

+ was followed by practice In the Green Lantern: Restaurant
fundamentals of the game, involving In celebration of our Tenth Anniversary ,

handling of the ball passing, ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND i
receiving punting and centering, Western f-BM Steak Dinner see Chkkea Dinner IS* we will offer every Item in our place at a
Retailer Dinner flOc Vegetable Plato See
the correct stance and positions ?
and bactfleld AD Kind *f lIe....., laMwteM'
of linemen men.
Although space was not available
explanation 10%

was given, Including the short punt HARRY'S WELDING SHOP -
formation double wing back, single
wing back and the Rockne PRINCETON. FLA.

system The achievement tests
conducted la football covered passing Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding .a Cylinder Blocks

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30 yards (10 trials) and ability Automotive Machine Repairing- Catering W garages la mate

to receive (5 trials). These tests bearing pouring and alined naming, connecting red ponrteg

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During the basketball season, .j

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cl.r THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, June 5, 1936.

Mn. Adolph Cowman announces FIRST MOTHER-DAUGHTER DINNER

[ I the manage of her daaghter' Alva,
Social EventsG. I to Robert Lance of Brookivtlle i The Homestead Girl Scout gavr I I SENIORS WILL SPONSOR ., .
; Fla., May 10 In Moore Haven.
on their tint mottwdaughter dinner -j COMMENCEMENT DANCE: J
i Min Geraldine Campbell of | yesterday evettaf in Legion T3* Clan e* IBM of Homestead
Princeton WM the bride's attend- halt Geraldine lie to made the I
High School announce that ft T*
T. CLUB MEMBERS HAVE SUPPER ant.The I welcoming address and Mrs J. I' sponsoring i commencement dancewhich
I marriage was kept a secret R. Rutland responded for the will be held Tuesday night
PARTY AT HOME OF MRS. RUTH SCOTT until this week when the young ; mothera.i I June 0, in the Homestead Country
couple left for North Carolina !j Club.
where they will the scouting
The 0 T. Club which Is composed BRIDGE CLUB !MEETS WITH spend summer. \ Dancing will begin at 10 o'clock..
of girls of the senior elaM MR. AND MRS FRANK WEBB I from Mn.Redlaad Lance High who School was graduated la I.'I I R. Brocks discussed: the different I '
1932 SUPPER *
and the class Mn. Ruth aspects of scout health training.
sponsor Six tablet of bridge were in Ii a member of one of Redtand'i CLUB HOLDS
Scott, bad a covered dish supper play at the meeting of the Teach pioneer families She attended I The display ot a new national .i.AST MEETING WEDNESDAYThe
Wednesday evening at the home er's Club at the home of Mr. andMr Trevecca! College In Nashville, flog and a new troop flag gave0 Supper Club held Its last
of M.... Scott I *. Frank Webb Tuesday night. Tean. I' the vtoiton an opportunity to see meeting this season Wednesday

A business session followed the This was the but meeting the Mr. Lance was graduated from i how well the scouts can present evening at the home of Mr and
upper. dub will hold' this season. Mr. Brookiville High School and attended color Mn. W. K. Walton. Mr. and Mn.
Present were: Mn. Scott Mill and Mn Bevo Webb won the high the university of Floridaat Game, singing and stunts fol- Bevo Webb won the high icon
Pri"":llla Fread, Mill Dorothy core prise in the club, and Mn. Gainesville. They will return lowed the dinner. prtaiei and Mri. Elisabeth Fuchi
Deden, Mill Dorothy Brannon, T. J. Faint and Lee H. Lehmanwon I to Homestead In the fall Geraldine Refits presented the and J. H. Webster the low score
Miss Melba Sever, Mltn LoW the high icon prize for I program; ElIzabeth Skill made the I prize
Whitehead, Mill Loll Walker, Mill guest Ceo. M. Trick won the I EASTERN STAR OFFICERS place cards which were decorated Thou present were: Mr. and
Hazel! Sullivan, Mill Katherine consolation prize. I ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING with original, comic drawing of I Mn. Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and
Vann, Mill Leola Little, Mill Mary Memben present wer: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mn. scout activities; Nina Dyal made Mn. Frank Webb Mr. and Mrs
Moon, Miss Ethel Bailey, Min Mrs. L. B. Sommen, Mr. and Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mn. B. G. the arrangement for the dinner; I Bevo, Webb, Mr. and Mn. Webster -
Marjorie Sullivan, Miss Jean Par- W. R. Bird Mr. and Mn. Mn.1 Branch, Mrs. Bob Harris, Misses and Virginia Doraey and Mary Mr. and Mn. T. J. Faust, Mrs.
man, Mist Annie Mae Booth, Mln Wakefield. Mr and Mn. J. Esther and Helen Livingston and France Arthur wrote the Invitation I Frank Skill, Mn. J. E. Gauzeni
Ruth Tower, Miss Virginia lodge Webster and Mr and Mrs. Mia Estelle Turner attended *. and Mn. Fuchi.REDLAND .
The guests were: Mr. and Mothers present were: Cap
and a visitor, Bruce Scott. reception for Eastern Star I -
C.' J. Parman, Mr. and Mn. worthy tain Skill, Mr*. Selma Reltz M... I
Miss Jewel Campbell will be the matrons and patron and associate
E. Rheney, Mr. and Mn. Mn'l J. R Doney, Mr*. E. J. Dyal. Mn. WITH MRS. M'CULLOCGH
next hostess.JUNIUK matrons and patron of District 2t
McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs J. S, Horton Mn. B. L. Blggen,
in Coral Gable The Ladies' Aid of the
Friday. Society
Mr. and Mn Trick, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Rheney and Mrs. Rut-
t>M41an<4 Community Church. met
CLUB TO BfUNSOK Lehman, Mn. Landon learner and una. -
at the home of Mn. J. I'. McCul-
FOURTH OF JULY DANCE: Mn. Howard Johnson. The Calendar Members of the Homestead
Coconut Palm drive ,
The Junior Woman'i Club of troop are; Elizabeth Skill.Gerald- lough on
Homestead will sponsor a dance W. M. V. CIRCLES HOLD ins Reitz, Elizabeth McHwaln, Virginia Thursday afternoon of last week.
July 4 at the Homestead Country INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS Jun. 5-R. H. S. class day excrete Doney, Mary France Arthur After the business meeting a so-,:
Club, the memben decided at a W. M. U. Circle One met at the I *. Nina Dyal, Carol Walker, clal hour was enjoyed.
meeting held Monday night in the home of Mrs. T. T. Bowen Wednesday June 5-O. E. S. meeting in L Mary Jo Close Wan Horton Barbara Present werq: Mri F. W. Still-,
clubhouse of the Woman'i Club of afternoon. Mri. Frank Irwin O. O. F. halt Blggen, Athley Kemp, Frances man, Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Sr.
Homeitead. The proceed will be talked on "Signs of Kingdom June 9 Episcopal Woman' Rutland and Vara Rheney. Mn. Chai. Turner, Mn. M J..
used for paying the mortgage on Progress" and Mil Lillian Johnson Auxiliary meeting with Mn. J. A. Brownlow, Mn. Ceo. W. Turner
Jr., Mr. Thos. Brewer, Mrs. C.
the Hook
clubhouse.Committees talked on "Missions Beget MRS. SONNICHSEN GIVES
appointed for the Mlsilom." Mn. Bowen made the June T-R. H. S. baccalaureatesermon. BRIDGE PARTY \\'EDNESPAYMra. Ben Plummer, Mn. M. A. Baker,
Mn. H. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Geo.
dance are aa follows: clubhouse, opening prayer and Mn M. M. Geo. M. Sonnlchsen enter-,
)f.... E. J. Dyal, Mn. Harold Oxford Blggen, the closing prayer. June 7-H. H. S. baccalaureate tained at bridge at her home In E. Deuet, Mrs August Heuer, Mn.
Robert, Mr. Anna Messersmith -
Mill Alice Hobson and Miss Present were Mrs Jennie Smith termon. Florida City Wednesday afternoon.
Pearl Whitaker; decoration and Mn. M. M. Blegen, Mrs. Earl June 8 Supper meeting of Presbyterian Mrs. Joel J. Robinson won the Mn. Schneckenberger andMlM
lawn, Mill Inez Branch and Mn. Cravey Mn. Art Reichert, Mn. Men'i Club at home of high score prize, and Mn. Henry Estelle: Turner.
E. A. Bucbanon; ticket, Mlu Edw. Bishop, Mn. A. E. Smith Mr. and Mn. J. R. Hlckion in Na- Olson the low.
Email Fredrick, M.... Joel J. I, Mrs. C. R. Blggen, Mn. Irwin, ranja. Present were: Mn. J. A. Webb, M. E. Young? People Send
Robinson, M.... Ceo. M. Sonnlch- Mn. Bowen and Mime Johnson. June 9 H. H. S. commencement -, Mn. P. B. Bird, Mrs. A. a Cain, Delegates to AssemblyThe
*on and Mn. Wm. M. Johni I Mn. M. M. Blggen will be the exercise Mrs. J. J. McLendon, Mn. Paul
Mn. Harry Wolfe, president of next hostess. June -H. H. S. senior dance. Reynolds Mn. Bruce Ennls, Mn.
the Woma.'. Club of Homestead' Circle Two met at the horn* of June -Redland District Ministerial Carl Andenon, Mr. Gordon Ivey, young people' department
spoke on the relationship between Mn. Annie'Butler. 'Association picnic at Mat- Mn. Olson Mn. Robinson and 0 f the Homestead Methodist
the two clubs. Mn. H. Collier, leader of Circle I I th son Hammock at 10:30: a. m Mill Miriam Burton. Church Is' lending two delegate
Miss Elinor Payne, Mica Inn Three, entertained this group at June 10-R. H. 8. commence- I Miss Estelle Booth and Kermit
Branch, Mn. Buchanon and )lfI. her home. Mn J. W. Gilmer led ment exercises.June W. M. S. HOLDS Gibbs, to the annual young peo7
R. O. Huff were named M the the devotional part of the program 10-R H. S. senior dance. JUNE MEETING" I plea' assembly which begin a one-
entertainment committee tor the and Mn. S. L. West taught June 10-W. M. U. meeting in The June meeting of the Wom- i week session in Lakeland Mon
June social meeting. the mission study lesson, "Mil church. an'i Missionary Society of the 'day.
Present were: Mn. W. B. Caves 1 lion in the Bible." June 11-Redland Ladlei' Aid Homestead Methodist Church was I Mill Marybelle Glbbi of Homestead
Jr. Mn. Paul Reynolds Mn. J. Ice cream wa served during meeting with :Mn. Wayne Calk- held on Monday afternoon insteadof wilt go ai a delegate of the
S. Horton, Mn. E. A. Ennla, Mn. the social hour. in*. 1 on Tuesday, election day. Mrs. county league.Othen .
Marvin Shaw Mrs. L. B. Danzey, Present were: Mn. J. R. Pope, June 11-O. T. Club meeting at, Mollie Wlngate led the devotional from Homestead who will
Mrs Herbert Turner, Mn. Robin Mn. W. T. McConnell, Mn. West, home of Mia Jewell Campbell. I part, and Mrs. I. p. McLean gave attend are Miss Mary McNelll and
son, Mn. Oxford, Mn. Buchanan, Mn. Gllmer and Mn. Collier. June 11-Study Club meeting at a vocal solo accompanied by Mn. Mist Martha CIa...
Mr*. Johns, Mn Dyal Mill Fred Circle Four met with Mrs. R. home of Mum Jennie Lobdell. J. J. McLendon. Mn. P. B. Bird
rick, Mil Ellen Huff, Min Whit- I J:. Edward at her home on N. W. June 12-Areme Club meeting the president presided. Just a Tute
alter, Mill Branch. Mill Alice Hob- I Ninth street The hostess gave the with Mr Gussie Joiner.June i Those present were: Mn. FFleltai The nice old lady smiled at the
ion end Mil Hazel Killtnger. devotional and Mr*. Catherine 1 -W. M. S. circle meetIng Mn. J. a Redd, Mn. J. little girl who had been left In
:Pickard led In prayer. *. L. Ballard, Mn. J. E. Davis, Mn.L. charge of the confectioner' shop.
OLD FRIENDS GATHER The program consisted of: a talk, June 19-Dade County Home O. Showalter, Mn. Vlvan "Don't ;you sometimes feel
AT MAHAN HOME 'America' Twin Gift to China," Demonstration achievement day Booth Mn. Bentley, Mn. Geo. tempted to eat one of the cream:
On Saturday a group of for.mer I by 14.... Pickard; a poem, "The program In court house In Miami. Ranson, Mrs. E. S. Capllnger, Mn. bun, "ftefr she aiked. t
dwellers In Cuba met at the Little Brown Girl," by Mn. J. M. June 2 -Ladies' night at Red- McLean, Mn. McLendon, Mrs The ; was quite shock. *
home of Mr. and Mn. Grant Malian Forte; "Jurt a Shoe Cobbler," by land District Lion Club. Wingate, Mn. Bird, Miss Helen ed.
In Redland. Mrs J. Tom Vann; "A Cemetery June Business meeting of Livingston and Mia Jennie Lob "Of course not That would be
The visitors, who were all from for Faults by Mrs. T. D. Plch; a p. w. C. delL "Healing, I only lick them"-B*.

MIami Included: Mn. Wm. Carleton 1 closing prayer by Mn. A. D. Smith. ---

and ion, Billy; MrI. Ingvold
Birk and ion, Tommy; Mr. and B. H. '.
Mr*, Clark It Spangenberf and COMMENCEMENTDANCE
three children, Bobby Teddy and

Mary; and Mr and Mta.. I. E. You are flirtingwitfc danger of Infection
Tuesday, June 9, 10 p. m.
Homestead Centry Club when you apply unsteriliied
ii PER cocrijtEUGENE
leas dressing to wounds.

to and Beauty Play safe! Use Fintaid, Hospital
: I \
: t
Supplies. They're double-sterilized.
True beauty demands .: ies Kde
J <
the best of care at ailtimes. We give: Remember-Dr. Dafoe chose First-
Whether you
wish a wave, a facial (the genuine aid Absorbent Cotton for the Dionne
a manicure, or any of
, the other essential aids Permanent Quintuplets.
I to beauty you'll find ftTLA lial 02 4.
1 the ikllled operaton at Soft. 'tolltnf ...vti_ttwni
P a i's Beauty Parlor sat, Sassing turl.-tlu ', die

ready to serve you kind of i pwountm Pea what, DOUBLE STERILIZED .
quickly at any time. I (pM theta the kind *. give. .

Crequisvele. Spiral sad for we de gtaulne live**
I CombinationPERMANENT ;giving with. genuine lu,..*' COTTON:-'::,:: ,::_
Sa<**<.. let m "dms" you,
WAVES' Wr for she MMM, *|ih M- GAUZE. ..,..Naa..& .. The: Dixie Drug
Prices $3 $6
$7 ;toot MnJuluiom sod tutt+t BANDAGE -...
fall'-.....seckIwl5': =

PAT'SBEAUTY Your Rexall Sfonpane

PARLOR Bush's Barber Shop

Phone 6S -R Items BUg. [ I & Beauty Parlor

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.knew.. FOR RENT-House on Redland LOST-Ring *et with large $$*-

: were road, t room, unfurnished lit mond and two sapphires Liberal
for summer months House on reward. Mrs Anne Polk Foulk

: : Redland road, furnished I rooms (1'2)
i hands $20 for summer month W. M.

FOR SALEFOR TUNING and reputing.

I l Good used piano for sale cheap.
SALE 4-burner Coleman W. E. Koon. 115 N Vf. Sid St V
with oven and broiler. VirgilD.

I i Lyon, 36 W. Mowry SL (JoG REAL ESTATE


pullets '5. Fryers tic. Yearling I socialize In Redland properties v

liens dressed or for laying 90,- Send me your listing of propertyfor
11.15. Calf 10 mo. old and heiferto sale.

') freshen soon reasonable. Mrs. CHARLES L BROOKS ;

Bill Sykes.BEAUTIFUL. 110 N. E. First St.. Miami

B. WHITE, pink-eyed REAL ESTATE! Those who want t l
rabbit Both sexes Full grown. to buy or sell Redland District
appeal Make good PETS aOa each. H. real estate will find up-to-dnte I

I opin M. Lyon. Longview R4-, or see listings in our office. Many of

Inas Harold Lyon, I S. Kros d. these listings Ass still at subnormal -

"' had prices. We shall appreciate -
I'f GUAVA JUICE: (1 per gallon.
) limits, Jungle Grove, Redland. either your Inquiries of Pis
quali your listings all of which will s

.o.u. GRAPEFRUIT 75c per bushel have our best attention. Now M .
lI.r. re chayole for planting lOc each. the time to buy. B. W. Morris,

Jungle Grove Redland. now associated with H. A. Cameron -
u.C. saying N. W. lit St. In Citizens
suit I' FOR SALE-M.n'l bicycle practically Bank Bid,. Phone 12-
out of I' new. 110 N. W. 4th St.metf

Webb the ;. ( ) WANTEDWANTED2

build- Sini-Sect Pyrethrum Spray for porcelain' two-burn.

. he killing mosquitoes, ants, flies, er electric ranges with O'lt'lll. I
moths, etc. Pt 25c gal 11.75.
to be ; Must be bargain Eva E. Collins,
land Edgar Mahan W. Bauer drive. Federal Highway and Biscayne :

"As (aloe) drive. J. ,"

de- time Saturday. Lb. coffee can
all kinds of tropical fruits and
size 20c; with raisins or nuts In
vegetables season. Hiwlteiitprice
that 25c. Leave orders at S. L. West and .'
prompt settlement.
.tt I the .home 106 N. W. 8th St. Writ advising of quantities a

: : not ......u... ... .....,."_ .._... ..P....... ;
shipping date. RAFAEL: a DA- r.

I !. Uw Circuit Coal ., MM Bbmt If. VILA Commission Merchant,
I dM.I. (;I..... ., FInd.n and farM 120 Convent Ave., New York ,
: Cnmjr .t Dote. N.. oasis
ipmidmt.NoUM!'.Uti........ .e. STATE: OF FLORIDA R*. NOTICES.

Rue of ............. ., Ik* V.4.Neondaisse.
In court Ik Klrmrtk: Jo. .
Ik* Clrratt *
Refunding B Hb of Soorlol TurVko
tI .l Dunks Ho. S ., Bod loool,. dkl.l Circuita Midi for Dad* Ooolr, a.
..-.. Veins a Pea of too ...<. Plori *. No.i. .
some which WOT* V.......*.. ky Dotto of Thin UM Matter of aw ADorrtex or
of Court R.odr.d Map 14. IM4. CHARLES RICHARD WHIKUON M he i
I Ol SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT ** of iMraUo* I* Apply for Ato.of .
on Notto' .to Instant rl.o* that .. mmono4 WHOMHOKVKR IT MAT CnNCIMlNlYM ,.
: .... WM dull mad and entered ntUM arc luwrkr notified tk.t UK. endrr.I.eed ,.
in the ...... entities. MUM by the H_.. .. JOHN A. MATTHKW end ri.l*. j
Pres P.ul D. Bin. Jake. of UM ChvuK Court.f ABKTH T. MATTHkW husband advlfo
I UM Ekrontk Judicial. Circuit at tk.Stat will apply W .w..d Ik* J1 Iwo oftb.Cli.ult .
l ot riofM. In and for UM Co.ntt Court In ..>d for n> with l"'d., on Map II, It... mini MM State rtutMo. .t tile County Court Mount ot Mk
of NorMi.. requiring It. tkrotnrk the Sut.Attornm anal narMo, an DM nth day Juno A.
I I at ...H. Ct....". to show OMM on D. ISM. M the lour of I:M A" M. or M
ad the I I by It 0......... MM, of uM. ota,. .t the circuit heard, for a onh: act dean tutton*!**
Court Room In the Courthouse In the Call the idoMloil of CHAKI.rS RICHARD
was at Miami M the doom at ''. In MClnttt I WH1DDON, .. intent. of tics XT ., *o> t
why UM u omAMvorot III,000 Rptoodliui .nulMUIr frfMl moolfc. k* the omMJohn '
by f : ;
HOB* prnonoMl to kr .hued ofId A Miilthrw. and RlluWlk r Mm.Ikrm.
Mor- i .. BrotUI Tat ........ District No. ,.( husband Cad orif., sad fct tw .
: ; : do so Dvto Cuontr. should set b. ..I....... .nil i changing :'L'hoA mm vi the MM iota s :
...nftnooi.And M MAflnTWR,
delinquent ir .n, tiiiMmr or shun "I uM pursuant I. the pmvUkilM of FWtiuii.MIS .
j takes Special Tu tkool Atatrlct No 0 has MMI IncMvr of MM '; tor Future President Harris any ra" :
Farmers of America riiirlu.
0 ll Laws ot IKT
to show
winner in Group 3, state eauo" whir said b.ad..hawW nirt
I >for the past six months, and it representative called attention to the city's tax M issued .i>d validated ud _'lraoft. ... DATED: ., Miami ...... CMintf. .d. "":,
doesn't equalization board already .. required lo ...... nrk sour baton MMlrt Its. this 1Mb tiny of Nay A. I). 1UH.
look as Ift're going to' Judge W. H. Beckham who was > .t the MM time and ".... JOHN A. MATTHKWS."
fbust" either If things work out for similar purposes. The IINKm H, .hrnalura and offktalowl H.UAHBTH! T. MAT1HKWH
1q the future haveIn renominated for the Juvenile court, proposal was tabled. at Miami .. I>ood. o.u..,. Florida, IRA C HAVCXM, Al'prnr.. for t
as well as they got 1,008 votes in South Dade this. Ittk day of may. ima. Jobs A. Matthews sod Klltokrtk
the past Resolution No. 373, giving the a. I. LKATHKMMAN, Clerk of Ik T. M.ttk n. hatband and wltr, f
800 for Ernest E.
We thank the business men and compared to I city's: endorsement to a works progress Chmll Court ... UM Uemlli Judferal .
Roberts.W. administration Circuit of Florida In and fur

With Candidates: our deepest of the appreciation community for Cecil Watson, present county improvement and extension project for of the the Bjr Pad....Oomtr J. GouM. Dilate 1'UrkC W. Maxwell Smith
commissioner, defeated Charlie W. PRTrRsMiami I
the splendid interest taken In theboys f University of was adopted FliirMa.aollrUor .
Dillon for the Office of criminal
On unanimously for PMHlMMrHH. I INSURANCE
election day the chap court clerk. fn South Dade the ..._.. .... J .I |. _. M.. J.16 IS.. .I.. ____ ___ l
er nail paper circulating vote Dillon 648 Watson 873 n"uno y. ,"" "yv.red I ruin, AI-1-U. HTUIUI ANn urn 1
/hroughout by the Florida league of municipalities I
South Dad and the Flees 4B-M
of Ew.vr.H
W. F. Brown former court
I NOT1CB 18 Rxaxsv
Plat tk.
candidates and business men made crime Judge, will contend with : and the county planning ..4>nl..... w. .. PkllkrMl and OrHMJo.I Office la HrCrery Arcad
wialble board, to start 1 government auditof Ph t.hLwife.45.e50.nnadayoflJO.
printing it Thisas
Judge A. B. Small Incumbent. for the city's records was postponed / IIM apply to o*. W tk. ft.nw.bl.l I''I
one of our biggest Vay ton the office of civil court judge in Judson of tk. ClmH Curt of Ik. SUN,-
(![hake money to take the trip. to the next meeting, when MiltonL. path Judicial ClnuM ta ud for Itadv, I I
\Approximately will the second: primary. In South Dade Fuller, project director, will be Cour.tr KI.PW.. >l the OounkoiM In 1M4 I NEWT G. BALL
twenty boys
Brown was high with 764 and W. Oomlr.: Florida, fw as wow .iHkortalwIk J
eave June 14 and will attend and asked to appear before the council kowlloii of .0 unnamed baby bar o? .
Ross Burton second with 810.Small's
ompete In the contests of the was and explain the purpose of the the aw, nt oopmvkn.loly fear weeks.l' 'oser/ 1'\1...
vote was 487. W. I.. "HIf.8111I"K. I IcHKiTiM
Florida Association of F. F. A. toto Precinct( tabulations of these and audit more In detail. PHIL.BIICS. : i "Rae 1 ...n"'l'Ii"liIft' ,
held In a.lnetvlUllluno 19, It, Mayor Harper called attentionto MORROW a MAYKI. | NpllDkV1P 1.e.Fis
other results will be found on Page the condition Attorneys for Polill.non. I IM
of Peter
7. 2. : Johnson < >r it. Jar (. it. 1*) IS H. issue Are.flu .
l lnal.U.
F Unlike other chapter in the park department employee Of several I
I The Annual StockMom'. Mr4li, *f IX
late, the Homestead chapter will years' standing, who was FLORIDA CAST coAsr YLRT1LIZERCOMPANY
-ot come home after the conven- [state and section ot the country' stricken with partial paralysis recently will be bald at the ,Met 1. I

lon. The Homesteaders will headrest and our boy will tell of a land i iI At the mayors suggestionthe 01-_--.1 a. ,.... w a so Treader al
to take advantage of the unlike any other In the U a A. as president named Councilmen steeds G. WALTER 11000',

things tn 'jjur+ founlry that hive I some of them have already teen-- 1' Rue, Brooker and Web as a comrmttee A. Do Peel, ..... and 1-,
never been -seen by the. boys in ene where flowers bloom In winter to visit Mr. Johnson and 4"."" as, JUAN 1) ONLYMONKCY
the chapter wheslflelds, large where tree stay green all ,i find out it the city can do anything -!

dairies, huge grain farms, meat year, where the sun always shine*.I I for him.

stung plants, cotton mills, steel Turner's Funeral Home 1 4HNCLE
;'orks, slaughter houses, paper IN THE U.1
Ills and other Interesting things. EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING 1 ...,.AMBIXAKCK 8ERVICRftwiM i

The Kansas win tell of their .IMp AlMedeat
boys I Drive westof

] M. O. JACORSEX. hop SHOP. M4R IlamMUM. re. I I.R Naraaja Aoar1ADMIShlOf
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_Page EIght ___THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday June 5. 1936.
al agriculture at the Homestead at 3:SO this afternoon in the Church Kan., three grandchildren and five OB the Dcremlve
MORE YOUNG MEN High School. The boy an engaged of God with the Rev Charles E.I great grandchildren. Hostess: "We've heard a great
In landscaping school Winter, former assistant. pastor of Pall bearer will be B. C. Mwr deal about you." .. I
SLATED FOR JOBSINREDLANDAREA grounds, building poultry houses Calvary Baptist Church in Miami phy,W. R Cheshire,R,R. Mussel Prominent Politician (abetQ ,
and caring for chickens and are In charge. Interment will be In white, J. H. Dodsoa, W. P. Cash 'alajrb sir but yu' Ca.' pc'ovd 'J I.
receiving valuable instruction in Palm Cemetery st Naranja by and U.nrylCllfeldt.: tt."-Ex.
agricultural pursuits. The depart- Turner Funeral Home. ..r
ment of recreation, city of Homestead Mrs. Pratt who was 89 years -
,is making use of the servicesof old, had been confined to her bed I .
Federal Projects Plannedto a girl, who supervises play ae... for the past 19 months a* a result
Employ Youths on tivitles of approximately 130 children -I of a fall and slight) stroke of CARD .OF THANKS
a day on acboolaroundl. paralysis.'
Part Time Basis
Born ,
In England Mrs. Pratt
came to the United States with I greatly appreciate the loyal support
Extension of more work project
and the employment of additional MRS. PRATT TO BE her tied parents in Ohio.83 yean After ago a few and years set given me by the people of this district in the
eligible youth in the Homestead
I they moved to Champaign Coun- June 2 primary. While unsuccessful in
are are being planned by the national BURIEDTODAYWidow my
ty m In 1904 she and her husband ;
youth administration under'
B. Howard Brown, district director moved to Oklahoma where;I desire to serve you as county commissioner
they: lived until 1012 when they
Homestead, with headquarters I* included In in District Miami.I of A.R. Pratt Taken came to the Redland District Mr. I shall continue my efforts in behalf of the

No. 4, In which are the countiesof by Death Wednesday led Pratt at died Naranja.March 28 .and was bur- best Interest of the community.
Dado, Broward and Collier.
Ii AfternoonFuneral She la survived by three
Mrs. Florence Gates, of the district ters, Miss Josephine daU'h.1
board of social welfare in services for Mrs. Rose Homestead, Mrs. Minnie C Pratt
Miami will be in Homestead on Barber Pratt widow of Albert Casey of Pueblo Cot, and Mrs.A. CHAS. TURNER
Thursday, June 11, from 10 a. m. Raymond Pratt, who died at her : E:, ShulU of Hunter Okla.; two 1 I
to 4 p. nv at the American Legion! home at 300 N. J:. first avenue sons, Ceo. W. Pratt of Chetopa,j jtall.
building on South Krome avenue. Wednesday afternoon,will be held! ., Frank H. Pratt of Moran

Young people interested In being .. ,, ,. .,, .. ... .
assigned to work projects of the "' '''''' '' '' ""11 ""''' '.11'' ,11' "" "" .11 ''olIO' II ''d." 11:1111: MignIVIIII14MI oil '"
national youth administration may ..
) call for Interviews at that time. Chase &Sanborn DatedCOFFEE Excell-
:A representative of the United
States re-employment service in SODA CRACKERSlb.
Miami will also be in the American ; p
Legion building on that day, a
and identification card can be -Z4c
Issued without delay. -- -- 1Ib.pkg.IOC
Eligible for work under the national .r
youth administration are ExcellGRAHAM
:young people between the ages of
18 and 29, who an members of MILK -
relief families, and are unmarried, CRACKERS
p Save the Cenpou*
out of school and unemployed.

The time work basis,Is youth carried being out on requiredto a part- 3 tall cans 19c: SATURDAY SPECIALS 1-lb. pkg. --13C:

work 44 hour a month, for
which they received
a parttimesalary
which supplement the PILLSBURY 20 lb. bag MIRACLE WHIP Salad
earnings of the head of the fam Dressing

ily.It I II expected that units of three 10% pt.15c pt.25c qt -- 39c
projects, In addition to the two already To 1C
operating here will be Itt
up within a short time. Eligible i Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 3 for 25c
youths will then be employed on
a rural centers recreation project Fat West 1\\1ITI aJ.cu I LB. Golden Ripe
on an agricultural extension project I
Home,In co-operation Demonstration with the agent County and-I FRESH RUNES PICNIC IIA1IS---------- 25c BANANAS

on a public service training proj-'
training est Under project the,:youths public will Itrvlc'l 2 No. 2%cansZ5C SLICED BACON, lb. - 34c -----1.3c u y 1

signed to official government .usn GROUND 1b. t
agencies in which place they will i Cloth Bat IIAb1BURGER15c Iceberg
assist so aa to extend service to
the community. SUGAR LEnuCE 1

Already operating In Homestead LIVER lb. P\
- 32c 1\
1* the agricultural education project 5'2.CALF .
which la employing 11 boys 10 Ibs.. - 21g. heads 15cNo. ,I
under the direction of George N. i
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Wakefield, instructor in vocation- ,
2 Cans Kellogg'sCom


County Agent C. H. Steffanl will
leave Sunday with party of hon- 25C SAUSAGE lbs. 2 ---15C
or member of the 4-H Club boy 3 cans ---- SMOKED 2 25c pkgs.

to attend the 4-H short course at
the /Diversity of Florida next Hellmann's Mayonnaise FREE! eauti.lullced Tea Class FREE I With

w.GROVE pints 16c pints 29c quarts 49c LIPTON'S TEA

THEATRE NUCOA, lb., 19c I glass with 1/41b. 25c..2 glasses with V21b.45c

Shows COCONUT 7 and I Admission GRITS:'Sf BWW PoWDER FRYERS, Home Killed, lb. 35c \13G _

Matinee Sat and San.. t*, O

1&1. 17c
i 25-01. 25C STEAKS, Fancy Western, lb. 25c ..\
IVN..MON.n.'Z&WARNER can-- .d\SW Rllgllg9Fate
CHUCK ROAST,. Western, lb. 17c
fa Bulk No. 2 Cans

Chan at Meal Grits 'Tomatoes5lbs
ROLL BUTTER, lb. - -29c .
the Circus"

I I .-----15C 4 cans -Z5cBulk
WID..TTHJES. STEW, Lamb, Beef Pork, lb. 12c

LLOYD NOLAN Fancy White Grain

'fa aCT nlD LARD, 4lb4 pkg. -- -:------5Oc RICE

"Yo May Be

Next" Ib.------ 29c DOG FOOD, 5 cans---- ---25c 516s. .. ..---.25C:


lATOUXAT: THIS WW3CKENMAYNARD Snowdrift 3 lb. can Stc "BLUE PLATE" Dressing

s"11eroesofthe'* Wesson Oil quart 42c a/ t. 15c l- 25c qt. 3ge

,BM.it' ?):"4 ,....NOTICE: We Close Thursdays at Noon.....

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