The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00076
 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 12, 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: UF00087294:00076
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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FIND BONES OFEA'RLY Homestead Monday Future'for Convention Farmers and Leave KansasWith I HOMESTEAD MEN INVITED TO f

TRIBE a warn welcome awaiting--and about 1300 ha been taken Inat SUBMIT WPA PROJECT FOR I

them In Kansas and possible honors the various benefit events, come
$200 ut still needed 10 Insure the
to be gained at the Mate convention -
r success of the tour, Mr. Waketield
AT'CMSABLE of F F. A. In Gainesville said. Through I radio prize eon- REPAIR OF SUING POOL

during a three day program of test and private subscription it ,

activities, 22 member of Homestead 1* hoped the balance win be forth- ,

Homestead :Men Unearth chapter, Future Farmer of coming tune. before the alated departure THE WEATHER: Revised Plans- for Thorough
America, will leave here Mon-
Group of Skeletons Donating their ear and services Job to Be Readyby
day on a good-will tour that will OffbUIEuxrlw.it_.hw repwi of /M aubtn.el..I
J Long Buried embrace several states, George N. a* chauffeur are James Wollam ........ -60"to.e. ...... First of Week
Wakefield, chapter adviser, an- William E. Myers, Fletcher Bryant
nounced Ansel Barrow and Mr. Wake- Dmto axib j r .r RaID
RELICS CENTER OF ye.terday.Several "EJ
field Filling the automobiles will June I 110 69 29'91 1.It TO MAINTAIN DEPTH
SCIENTIFIC STUDY month of planning and be Dk H. DeUinger, Randolph June 1 88 71 2991 .... IN DIVING SECTION t
I muck arduous work during a fundraising Cave, Francis Irwin, Tommy June 7 Sa I M I

Origin of a.v" campaign! that .jncludedpubliecpuppers'deacea Moffett, John Fredrick J, B, June S, 88 JM 111.I73UM" Funds for New to
I / a+Mliotker '
OoHln er. Earl$zenith, PaufshankUn 'II _. 88 10 129.D3Junk .
..., p*fdI Shn1uded' MsQjpttetjpittgneht l)i which Myron Crennell, Harry Brown, 10 ._ U t II I29D3 Be:Available July, 1
in Mystery could Sam Allen. Virgil Orennell, Roy June IV. I 1.. 68 '29'SB .01 Says SandquistA
, be accumulated have paved the
r.rrr Martin
Howard Thompson Aubrey ----
Fragment of human bones, be* way for this ambitious trip. Although Cheshire, Clyde Bowden,Lin Homestead delegation that Interviewed
each ef the boy is contributing -
! lievedto. be relic of prehistoric $ltf to the expense fund ton Connor, Carl Van Winkle Robert I LAST COUNT PUTS O. A. Sanqulst district
age, wen brought tack to Home Grubty, Laban Bishop and director of WPA Monday we Invited -
Richard Mattaon. to submit a project for repairing
stead by a party of amateurptorerf ea- MRS. WALKER IN I
VETERANS DUE Gainesville and the state convention the municipal cwlrnminc
from wilds of the
the Cape 1* scheduled as the first pool, the floor of which till been
Sable region..wecl eadq.whri top. There Homestead chapter SECONDPRIMARYHomestead pushed up In the diving section by
appeared to be the burying TO GET BONUS 'IN win enter most of the major compcOttve the upward pressure of the underground -
ground of an unknown tribe event, including diamondball ..water table during the

w** recently discovered In the vicinity NEXT FEW DAYSBonds game, the state public speaking School Board rainy seasons.Arrangement.
'of'the old Waddell coconut contest, swimming contests, were made immediately
grove several mile west of Flamingo string band and stock judging contest Candidate Almost to have plan and blueprint i
by Rodney Robert and the *. John Fredrick, winner of Avoids Run-off mad by the tint of nextweek
expedition this week resulted. A Expected to Total! the local and district peaking on- 10 that the project can be

large tin mound covered with debris $IXO in Redland (Continued on Face Four) Mrs. Nell K. Walker of Homestead worked UP In the shortest time)
from the effect of the hurricane District Area failed to pin I majority possible. Two member of the
I Ian September wa adjacentto Bank of Homestead over her three opponent lit the city council of Homestead which
the graveyard Approximately $85.000 In adJusted race for the board of public Instruction would have to sponsor the project -
, Several hours were pent by the service (bonus) bond will Diridendjo Be Paid I District S, by the nar- were in the delegation A. F
il Homestead men ncy.tlnabe rej be, distributed to veteran of the row margin of I) vote, and wUJ I Webb, park and playground I
j rf'" nlor.-t -weep- World W..I Ih ir'Zta' Mild tIstrleton ..Depositors,tojhe( .drfunclJ9unk enter the vecand' prtmaryes June ,=art: *Henry< Uwk-> -**ir t
; of Homestead neW>'- 4U receive of Jt edanclrspool
were found'and Wednesday land, Thursday of ( 23: with J. w: 'Asbury Coconut ,
I: the condition of the akele- next week, it was estimated yesterday a dividend of five per cent next, Grove, her nearest opponent committee. Other In the
J>tong Indicated that they bad dean by Wm. J. Geronlmo adjutant week, according to an announcement i The official canvass completed group were Dr Herbert Wolfe,
i r r In thee ground several hundred of John G. Salley Post made by Stale ComptrollerJ. Wednesday gave Mr*. Walker, president of the Homestead Rotary
year) ?Thebone* crumbled almost (Homestead), American Legion Mf Lee yesterday I 1288. Aibury, 412, N. J. Beaver of: Cub and Ben Archer president
I ail touch, the explorer said.A He said 204 application had been A. O. Veach, liquidating agent, South Miami, 1019, and Mr*. FloraM. of the Redland District Chamber
skull jawbone and a few other filed through his office will be at the First National Bankof I England of Kendall 911. Mrs. I of Commerce
parts of the decayed human Homestead on Tuesday, June Walker' majority In the The visit to Mr. Sanqulsfs office
The bonus bond will be mail-
j structures were unearthed Intact ed from It, with check ready for deliv I stead precinct wa Home-I was made after it was learned
Washington June IS, ,
I and hveHn turned over to the Mr Geronimo said. on cry/ Depositor are asked to bring and the tucceded that additional fund for WPA.
' University of Miami for possible "They! will be their certificate with them in order precinct of the district except project would be available July
! identification of their origin. taken to veterans'bli special delivery to expedite payment those In her opponent home territory I and that the district office might
Onemf the strangest features and aU ex-service men who I I be receptive to the swimming pool
the The bank hat already paid dividends I
are expecting adjusted service
I of the kutl was the almost direct of Practically assured of holdingher project despite earlier reports to
the M
dope tack) from above the eye bond are requested by govern- In percent former support and with the the contrary
the dividend
men authorities to at home and just announced -
stay or
socket, with practically DO forehead likelihood of gaining a substantial A much more thorough repair
will the total to 7)
at their office on June 16 and 17 bring
j. The jaw was considerably number of vote from the two candidates Job will be possible through WPA '"
wider and had fewer teeth than the M they will be able to sign the: per centFUND eliminated on June 2, Mr*. help than would be the cam If
modern ftructure All bones found necessary receipt for delivery and Walker enter the run-off with tine. limited fund M be obtained
I were much larger than the aver- avoid delay In receiving" their long little doubt on the part of her supporters by private subscription !uid entertainment I
age-human framework of today, awaited bonus. TRANSFER a* to her ultimate tucce**. had to be depfflderf .
I giving:Jjjw/ to the belief that the Postmaster S. E. Livingstoir of I She will make her first plat entire)}., Where the donation-fi '
remain Wr not those bf Seminole Homestead yesterday, posted the form appearance In Homestead forUia nanced project would have to reduce
lluI Jar+aybut ft some *J'i :lent following noticey reoji' 4ronv:.WINSAPPROVAL .! iut. ,stretch of a strenuous the depth of the diving seer j
'.1 tribe unrecorded In hfetory. Postmaster'"Central Jamea-".A.i '"9>lrr*>ait f ****" rampaititJn American Legion tty by the thickness of ..other
j The grave Were shallow and the Farted I Official'approval otwit.M *:transfer park tomorrow night (Continued oft Page Four I
position of the crumbling skeletons "To all veteran and other Concerned -, of $7,000 from waterline repair
( Indicated that t(>ey had been : It will be my privilegeon to electric line extension work Gain-Triple
.t burled upright A small headstone June 13, from 7 to '7:15: p. m, within the PWA project appropriating Redland Lions Honors
of coral rock wad found in each eastern standard time, ovet a nationwide -I ,"2,11. for city Improvements -I _. 1"1
grave. tame Impossible to estimate radio broadcast (blue 1s expected within the next At Tallahassee Annual Convention
the numBer of people Burled;l network, National Broadcasting I few day, according to Gordon W.
"t there wale a lot of them said Company), to 'bring to the men Ivey power plant superintendent, Tuesday
Redland District Lion Club Palm Wit
Bane one
John member of the and women who participated in who returned from conferencewith
party, which also included David the World War a special message state official of a the PWA In gained triple honor at the annual sparsely attended. Joseph E.
and Edward Barnes, Toby Walfcet explaining the final preparation Jacksonville Wednesday. convention In T.lJahfJIH last Ulckson, president-elect, presidedIn
and Rodney Roberts, all of Home-I for tae delivery and payment of week. the absence of President Charles '
tead. the adjusted service bond" This transfer of fund, complying William L Flak, past presidentof Pratt and Charles A. Cox substituted ,
with a request in a resolution the club, wa unanimously for Charles Ooley a* secretary
passed by the city council elected deputy district of ,
Local] Girls Win Honors at 4-II Short three week ago, will permit complete Lion International co.rno:5 I Some interesting statistics were
rehabilitation of the tity'i; Florida District presented by Lion Charles Swarm, 1
Course at Florida College for Women pole line with practically storm The club won a handsome silver Immigration officer in this district
proof equipment and enable the trophy II Itches high for the to a brief talk on "Immigration.
'" -- electric light department to salvage largest attendance at the; conven- According to the last <*.-
j Verb Robertson datghtef, of en went from Dade County, and number of old pole still In tion la proportion to distance sus Mr. Swann laid, there were
i Mr. and Mr*. C.O. Robertson wa of these, one leader, Mrs; Fred good condition for replacement or traveled.E. 14, 04,109 foreign born person
awarded .Florida. State College Redd. and five girls Fern Robert extension purpose, Mr. Ivey said. H. Gallaher wa* again chosen In the United State Of ibis number +
' for Women scholarship at the short ion Nora Akert; Loubefl Cren- Accompanying/ Ivey to Jacksonville state treasurer of the organisation 7.111,1:1.: were naturalized
'r, course conducted last week at the dell; Main Goaiman and Anna- was Mayor Charles T. without opposition. citizen, 1.266.419 had taken out
tate demonstration department and attended club which had eM largest Pynchon, state WPA administra with a master key by William Allen applied for naturalization paper, i
. by 931 4-H girl who had number of winners of any club In tor. In regard to Homestead' ap- of Bartow, member of the national and there are ."8.135 aliens un-
been' winner in county achieve the eounty. Two Xedland girls, I plication for a community buildingand board of director, for .
ment day event The total enrollment Darts and Merle Missile, were to storm shelter project. Mr. bringing 12 new member Into the Mr. Swann reviewed the history
Including leaden and instrltctors th* party I Harper aid he was assured that club. This distinction also U held of the present hnmigratloa laws, i !
wa approximately "110. The song ""Meta'the Dade County the proposal would be given every by Mr. Qallaner who la the only and urged *U citizen to cooperate -
Governor David Sholtz played girl fans wa* on composedby consideration but said he was not other member of the club to gain -"Ihbe Immigration department ,}
official host to the 4-H girl for he Fern Roberteon. It won ** In a position to release definite information this award. Only T21 muter key 1 by reporting aliens living
" entertained them[ one afternoon M oeul place in the*, state contest c'l I a* to the progress of the in a total membership of 15,000 In their immediate vicinity Many yn
" the governor's mansion and addressed flora ken won first place lit i'application at present. )It fait are in existence Mr. Flak said. alien are employed today by OV
, them one morning In as- home Improvement work for the i however that the prospects) for With II delegates at the Tallahassee I American Citteaaa tor reason of +
jembly. fourth year girls of the state. securing the building went favorabfe convention, the regular I economy thereby raising the on
. "1'h -tout gli and ivl, lead-. (Continued oq Page Four) ] j I meeting of the ej>ib held la silver I (Continued! on Page Four) SY

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THE LEADER ENTERPRISE -... Friday. June 12. 1006(


NO I came won and she was returnedto working organization coul".bpI; Dr. Sprague Will Give
the 'hospital Until her illness COLEMAN SAID with the business of the office and

she had taken an active part In the Coleman takes credit for perfecting Stereopticon Lecture

ELECTED IS I Ladies' Aid Society and In the J TO BE LEADINGIN such an organisation."Undoubtedly .
social welfare of the church. the beet sheriff\/ i
Mrs. Nelson bora In Brooks- Dade County ever had" Mr. Caves, Dr. Thomas it Spragu of Hollywood .

PLEDGED BIRD villa Ind., August S3, 1874, i* survived SOUTH DADE said yesterday In support of hisbelief will give a stereopticon"
I by four sisters Mrs. Chris that his candidate could lecture, "The Life of Christ In the ,

liana Rehme of SummitvUle Ind.. not fail to be returned to the office First Baptist Church Sunday evening ...'
Commission Candidate to Mr Alva Carter and Mr*. Mollle According to Charlea Cave, by a substantial margin of at S o'clock. '

Patterson, both of Anderson, Ind., votes. The public i* Invited. .
Enter Run-offAVith No of the Homestead headquarters
and Mr*. France Brandon of manager I J

Platform Change Spokane Wash.; four brother: of D. C. Coleman, the

William B. and George A. Schlenk- present sheriff la due to receive a

Entering the second primary er, both of Gaston, Frank Schlenker flattering majority of the vote in VOTE FORPRESTON : 1
mmpaign with a substantial lead, of Spokane Waah, and Charles
South Dade precinct In hit second -
Preston B. Bird declared yester- Schlenker of Indianapolis.

daN that bt Intended to conduct Turner Funeral Home was In primary race for reelection.Mr. B. i ;

his race for fifth district: county charge of arrangement Caves point l a particularly j i
> "inmissioner without personal; to the fact that Sheriff Cole-

i ...wor and on exactly tINt lime man hall proved to be an able executive BIRDfor ::1
1> ..tform that he has used through MI'!. Frances Ferrell who haa not only made ,

i .ii;t the earlier stage of the camp i Dies! in Mongomery\ an excellent record ai a law enforcement

'''inn I chief but also known Ii

,Rumors that I am antagonistic I Mrs France Ellington Ferrellof the ':::::-edOf the taxpayer and I .
u has
c Prtaln highly-respected count Hurtaboro save them considerable COOHTYCOJIMISSIONER
Ala., a former resident -
-. official and that I am linked of Homestead, died on May money during hit tenureof )
w ith powerful interests outside the office "
28 at St. Margaret' hospital In
firth:} commtMionrr'i district are Montgomery Ala., after a long In addition to the substantial 1
ridiculous and untrue" Mr. Bird illness Funeral services were item of 20,78S returned to the

asserted. held on May 29 at the home of county In lea than three :yean, 5th District, Dad County
I fully realize my shortcomings her daughter Mrs J. J. Chamblls Sheriff Coleman has equipped his '
a. a politician." he aald. "I have She I It survived by three daughter force with modem radio installations Your Vote and Support

been reasonably successful la Mr. S. L. Dickinson of Homestead I on all automobiles and a wm Be "AppreciatedEXPERT ..14 ..111.... _"

business M an automobile dealer Mrs Chamblls of Hurts county patrol wagon and ha systematized \

and my qualifying fee and other boro and Mrs. A, O. Longworth of the work of his office to _4

campaign expense have been Lake City Fla., and two sons, O such an extent that it I It recognized
drawn from that business and by C. Ferrell of Atlanta, and F. E.: M one of the most efficient In the

personal sacrifice on the part of Ferrell of Hurtsboro state, he aaaerta. RADIO REPAIRING
my wife and myself
Mrs. Ferrell, the daughter of Many other Innovations have

backed No group me financially or individual My sole Has I Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Chandler! ,was been introduced by Sheriff Coleman HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP ] ,

backing hat been from the voten I born near Hurtsboro on March 13j to speed up the immense volume M. D. MCOBSEN, Prop. i
1871 She wa married to Mr. of work In both criminal and
of the fifth district, whoa rapport 10 X. K"me Arenas Phone II*JKOK ;
Ferrell civil his
I of Scale, Ala., on November cases, published statements
deeply appreciate and whomI
10, 189<<1. Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell declare. Only a smooth-
will represent aa a whole regardless *
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made their home In Homesteadfrom
of their station In life, It
I 1920 till 1927, when Mr. Fer-
im elected. Bird continued.
rell's failing health caused themto
Hr deplored recent street ru-
move to their old home at Hurta-
mots: as "an attempt to becloudthe
x>ro. After hit death December
on -
issue by injecting the name of
22, 1927, Mrs. Ferrell made I 'ft11NGA1otn
oJ "immunity benefactor Into a
her home with her F. E. Ferrell
i politi'.ii campaign." "Regardlcu son S1A&t
of Hurtsboro Sfc* wa an active -
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HUM rumors expect to wind ONL'l
member of the Methodist I
,in my campaign on a basis of fair- 'ft1B
Church of the
'm'-.s md honesty. It I am elected
U. D.C.
thole will be no political repriiought '
Mrs auth- ,
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ter, u.Hurtubore ,
My platform has been pub-
t Uiihed In the newspaper and read a feet, J A8lI1at1
FerreH' l
: from the apeakera' stand ort several I, critical, have r
occasions. It la the lame today -
stead. They ,
as It was when I started this accompanied \
by Mrs Dickinson's nephew
ace There are no new angles
George Chamblias of Hurtsboro.M. '


: in Miami\ June 17

The Florida annual conference

of Methodism will meet in Miamion

S Mrs. Anna Nelson Failsto Wednesday, June 17 with
Bishop Sam R. Hay a. the presiding -
,. Rally From Grave officer.

Illness Appointments for the various

charges: throughout Lie state will
I Funeral services. ; for Mr Anna be read by the bishop Sunday

( Nelson, wife of the Rev. Cheater afternoon, June 14.

t O Nelson, pastor of the Florida
City; and Aedland. Community LEGAL NOTICES

churches who died Tuesday af-
I. <*. limit, C. rt .( time Hnmtk lidMil
I ttraoon In u Miami hospital after ClrniU .f rhrlda. In wd t.,
11 on Illness, were conducted In the !>... I.....ir. In tk.mrjr M*. Ull
(. Florida City Communil,..'C'hurcll a miters. Pisiatie. ..
:yesterday afternoon by the Wr. THOMAS W. TH=r la.feadanl. r r
j Jess Murrell of Miami, district ,
to iMivbr tlvx that radar a.l l lfc
I superintendent assisted by the virtu of the rival OKW uf f',.,r.lonira ..

Rev Geo E. Deuel of Redland. Interment .MUM. kr"saed UM Hwanbk In UM Wail above W rural.TWin ,....!
will be In Ctmton, Ind. ... UM 101k day of Jim. A. U !tsar'
j Mr Nelson will the UM nidmliiMtf Muter In a.._.. will l I high and look low throughout this than mere transportation requires.
accompany at ter far Who tied Mil ,
> puMIc uutcnr I I. ,
body and remain In Gaston for a UM hish.stad" k..l kUdrr for wk >lUM and spirited Buick SPECIAL It's big In the satisfactions it yields- ? .

month. of RnMitMll Sisal door. of,.UM.......Pont. on National.....-..Web Ji.Slk and you'll find only one thing about itthat's from the smartness of its valid stream

Mr. and Mrs. Neson cameto been dw."f o(..July... orbek.A D. 1.A...M.kHmm.U tv the, 'I I anything-but! big. line style, from the surety of its comfort

Florida City 22 year ago and .'...... P .... UM wiw below a lentil It'i big in its inches, length and breadthand your knowledge that the familycouldn't
for two years Mr. Nelson wa pastor I.... ..,. and the hairm the ..... ho.n I
of the Florida City church. .f Mto. UM Mknrllw dnw.bad .......... big in the ample, itretch-out space it supplies be safer in a car.
HMO In IMdo Conner. .'b iota, to-wtt
i During: hit pastorate, the present I 11'....._ MM km N*. SIT*. i r to driver and passengers alike. It's bid in every way, until you reach for the

church building was completed. ] I Weleaabce isaTi., hatter t.. 110 i It's big In its power-It hasn't found a hill Ml that names the price-then you find that

They returned to Florida City this I ROM knlw Novelists N.. tlS it couldn't easily master, or a driver it it's only a short step up from the lowest
spring from Eau: Gitllle when Mr. I I Remain krak. mukliw N* "411. i
I rtwtrfe Poison, Ni>" '. couldn't thrill by the fervor of its quick priced field to the Buick of your dreams. .
Nelson was appointed to the dual Tk. .h.rr. <)Mcrlk ,ro,rtr will .. .*t I IW .
pastorate. j i silly MM *..n. **t nil M.U. Thl.Mtb I response, the smoothness of ha stride. $765 and up, list st Flint, the price tag on ,
to W PubIlMd. on.. a s..h parWnr the Buick Series 40 reads andunseenevery .
Mrs. NnUon was taken to SPECIAL. ,
tai "''''''' Provisions tjow It'.biglntbemeasureofitsqualityleenand
hospital about five weeks ago Mid Min :i:: the terms are within anyone's reach.
K. P. nonrat-. nut and bolt and strut and
recently was brought home be-1 a1oI almost I* CIto-r. part is eloquent testimony to Buick's Insist .* *
that she
wa thought was In .......... r..r tompl.ln.Bl ence that the best alone will atria MM fM a.w cum M. :.*. ... .
proved health Her condition
I Joint II Ilk ..: July S. ISI .....c HU +..*..,... louis-jcwuimo HCHTI'Zjfy"
I It'. big in the pleasure It

can bring you pleasurethat .

: YOUR DOLLARS AND NINE i sparkling comes from and superior handlinga

D* you see ANY reason why Dad County should par Users I performer -- pleasure
than P........ la TaUBUTE- o taxes to North FlerldaT that's from owning e
There la a. reason for It Let** keep that money ..-. We I '
seed 1tl a car so obviously

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Friday, June 12,1936., THE ENTERPRISE Pan Three

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Goulds Ciesioww ""oo" o.B"OMe 000 t"I' 0 ItMMMIk G im t* Assonant. ...> M 1 The Eat/Hell Lessen
OutplaysCloninger lOt 40 .-11 ... >li3 ,
'''''' u .I >r ( ttrmk out krPMrrklu.
JUNE DIAMOND BALL s. ai f ir 4 In ... laws .1| ... " i in Best lo$!* L=J: Its pitebor. Plods.U .naV* Ii' '
SCHEDULE ..O.... ......... .... .
..... ,,--- E Y 1to "" I "Of course you mean ate:' I' I
Game of Schedule June t f "Well. maybe It W/ee..... ."-Caul :
19--Botarjr vm. Bob.., "'::" .. :; -r c..: :.: Smoke .b r a'y ab e o : II
I o u I ;aE tb 5. 0 I' .
Home vs. OouMs 4. "l 40at11ett == Ru. .
Monroe pitching masterful ball i June IS-Tavern Store vs. DoW'7CoDJnItrYl.1fIImL 1 1 1OGarts.n IeS u uwould. "I I '
for OouMn, gave Cloning Packing ; Vinrfrw ***** awl r5 OMMMH; .. .Ile t.IJQCu\tIIo'I.I.O a I h.1o p I II 0vent ELECT t

Co. three hit and Kent IS batten June 17 Hustle Ian v*. Burton, I. II a Campb'I, rr 1 0 1 '
back to the bench via the Brooker vs. OouMs.June Brooker Rotary w 111'-11 I" 0 :'
W".a" 1.0RoIoI>> a 100 GEORGE
strikeout route a* OeuM won, 10-1. 19-Rotaay v*. Rustic Inn, Nan r rf' I I Visible f 10 1''I
Monday night in the best gam of Home vs Brooker. Winners in Fast O s.lllr'a I 10 a, aR Oe.nn.a 1 9 a

diamond bill played on the mu- June 21 Burton v*. Tavern Tamil 27 4 a Totole.._ It I&latlod '

afctpal field by either league this Store; Goulds vs. Cloaingcr League ContestsAlthough I. --n.-I. 7thNon. HOLTRepresentative !}
year Matteon of Cloninger got June -Tavern Store v*. fhw- 900 tan 0Brooker "
the only fxtewfceat hit of the tlc Inn: Cloninger vs. Breaker ell 1111. 4Krrma tf

game. a doublet Ctmtngtr pitch- June M-Burton vs. Rotary; out-hit 8 to 4. Ro- 11R.w, ""..m"" two be. ht.
y ed a winning brand of ball. allow- Oauld vs. Horn I tary club defeated Rustic Inn diamond TIIoMu : three ..... hit.. N'dl. "",.,.."
ing three hit, but erron by Nelll June 2B-Rotary vs Tavern, ball team 7-3, in the B ...... Violet "bbo. ,I.e..' ,.11 10.11. it
Tkonw. t, off HniiU: J c.A; ? I
and Robert Rohrer in the fifth Storex Horne vs Cloninger league contest played on the mu- ....... I.
Inning let ta the winning run. July: 1-Burton vs Rustic Inn;: nicipal field Friday night Rotary temptRekherl nnl' II "

Burton* Department Store massacred Goulds. Bropker was materially aided by the six

Tavemler, 10-2, in the 8'' Completion of this schedule will errors of Gilbert Thompson Rustic k f

league opener a* Owen, Burton I mark the end of the first half of, Inn first baseman PInder,

hurler scattered the six hit over i league competition I Matecumbe pitcher struck out

five Inning Cfmpbell) newest July 3 Rotary vs Tavern eight Rotarlans
Burton aoquliiltton hit a home run Store; Horne \s Cloninger Brooker Lumber Co. found Kn-
and McDaniel, Burton tint boatman 1 nis, W. D. Home Co. twirler, for R0 PALM ,

hit a double and two sln.leland Brooker eight hit and tour runs a* Thomas j I E r
scored three run out of three Avenges I held Horn scoreless: and allowed t

time at bat. Defeat but three scattered hits
Recent by I
Tram aim *k f k.....n.. .b r h Hamer .b r b R.u5I, I.. ob v h TOt
Lowfcl Ib 4 1,1 M Blihov ., 40 0 Hhkop Ik I I 0 Tbumtw.n .10. 0 1M (
N Rattail I 0. 4 I-iM II 1II1.t' tl. If .S | .BlanWngPackersl, Ambitious a .lb.. : j N 1 Carry N Calf If : :. .1.a. .
dtuf9w-.t '
'=ps r 0 011.1ttl. .9ry siin 1 Value, sb i ..
;:; 11 n .; : .
Ben..r .f
Parker p
Mabnre < Dunk) 7w t e ;
-,- ........ I 4 t 1 O BMuw. Hi : BrobRer lumber Co avenged Reed :' 11 : S'J::: ref It
T.l.... d .. I "'Cimpb.ll Ib .. I I. its defeat by Cloninger Packing New 4 lb l Croat On f
Common If 4 I Knell. tb I. 1HOha
M KMilk Ib -.'l'.'1II111\1e1D1 t
a : 1 I't
., 0 gave .. It 0Albnre r Co. last week by swamping the i .. w 1 I I Pled" p 0 1 0suilOau GeneralPublic
::=., : f. : p lad from Florida City, 11-0, In the .f 5 1_ Russell .P 10, _! He mill protect the
of ... I A game played) on the local *I|,
Writs If.. I I *j league Totals ... t 41 Trial. IT" Utilities Interests of Dade Co.
diamond Wednesday night. Earl I
Total.1t t .| lotahkril .1710 ITawr. Rohrer with two singles led the Runt Rosary La. . .11 U. OM too"1-7 Subject' DcmxnUe rrimarjr, i

Star, _..... .. Ole 001 axs. I packers' hitting, while Thomas j 1 I HamesleU June, IfM
Phew 115-1'1
a_'. ... ... ._ .. .'11 110.1.. and Sherard hit a single and a''I ..f KnowUlt rroi*i A>txl*ir-ku cia \aineer J. CatMkw Tho; MMithrw. (Paid for br a friend)

LowIIIo 11, In. P,....... II. double each, for Brooker, kin' Neal *Mikl* pl.,.. kno..loa a i
bas. T. w- ..'" ...... I. Y. Blshe.. Rustic Inn defeated Tavern - I
R. Rut Lltta. C. BIobo. Campbell a..
boo Mill McD.nl.ll, ..... ..... Gasp Store 8-4, In the opening contest
Lowkbi but .. balls' o* Roberts I. In which F Finder scattered the
off Ptubr t. o* OWM I'' Mrneh out kr
Robert ., kr Finder. kr Owes 1: hill, Tavemier hit except in the sixth :
011 ...... I !. I t-t Inc .... WT Finder when the Tavemier boys connected WATCH COSTS
I In I I-J Innlnn I lodnr' Bllrlw. MokrrlaU '
*.,ln> ......... and How.. for four hit which broughtIn .
two run*.
-4 1b. 5tA.ba., I of 4 0 0TMmr.; 10. I e I mean COStS mean
; .=: f :: : rl4lonrl.a i :' : : : Roberts r. .0 lle__ 11 .. 1 1
.,....h 01 1 0 t,RI/ rf 5 I I Russell a 4 0 I W c.... I. 1 I 0 greater savings greater pleasure j jf
Cb..'._ 1- 1 1 0 0 Gassman 1 0 1R Clements Ib. 1 I 0Pub.nb' 1 : 0 !
a....... II 1 0 O1R.b.ra' of 5 0 0 .1.--.. ab / n + J Cates It tW
a Robrw ... t I 1'11I..... .. .. ... I I 0 Finder p.. 1 11 1 Pliant rf I' 1Norwood
H.ml. ...... a 01 Day I. ... I. 11 'Parker re 11 0B
,. ... Smith II _... t 0 'I" lb ._ I e Ls.e .r_. 1 0 l'Plesrtp .. 1 I Il
Simmons, t .. S ".'*1 :. l a."'I" !I! t 1
7D. eb tTotal. WI 1. ....
---I '1'...... :. I( tt la .. .1.a
._..... I '1 'tMa. _.......0 tt:1t !' .\ 'I I
7L..tw I. .......,.....;..._. at .... ;
.... '. .__ 040
.. .... & In. 011 t
'..l-::':':...'.. -:".'. ..r:: ale a-s Erron i Rokwta RMM| elo_.... M..1
1 low. J. c..... T Pinter two base Met I,
mwi CkOrikMI .hr II .*... S. N.lll.. tlllimwn K .......: three .... hit, i. Cora: .... tSts i
Hn .... .Ita MoWn on bells, o* W. Platter I, off F. Platter 4.trunk I if
.. M tlltl ell MiHirw s. I out, .dot W. I'hlll.r 7, Itl r. Pliilr 1 f
Slag MI kr M...... is,
0.22'I' IVmtlrm *.Mi..t aM C TMMMUUI, ,|
and 80ft. I I ICbntnear
cbr .'....... .kS t h'
Tit STANDINGS )O Rohrer II I 0 htor.rd U I a 2 ,
Mattson rf I 0 n Barauw 4> SIb r I ,
A LeagueTeam I,ChctUnClMlnstr. < I 0 I III-C-I. 4 II n
W L Pet :: 1 pSmith I 0 e'Broobat' Ib 4 2 I I
tk 1 0 I Tamale p 4 J I
Brooker .. .' 00". .. 00 7 I 87S I I0o R .RAhfr) a. 1 0 0tabaw' o t u I r /roil
.I1& .".._ ... "00 S S .500 :i N.tll IkSlnown. ,, 1 U liII.rrls Ib 4 u I I
IkhanUIn I 0 Of Wynn rr 2 I 1
OoWnger .... 3. .429 I: rf 0 0 O'NoUI' r I v

Horn ... .. .. 1 8 ..143 .
Totals It a I Total. 10 I" II t.s !
B ,
Learae I

Rotary W L Pet O' O' O O O It t I'I
__.... II I ,833
Tavern Store _.. S7237S I :
Rutie*;Inn _.::_ ::: ; : : The Perfect I :Its

Burton* _.. I 5. .284 '

" 7'I )Renoir pep Vacation end eneriT br car
I To Whom It May binin| a health eouiM and earn

Don-pie while l jetting writ is the most economical car to own I
Find 11a mask Key to Malta

Concern: at this world famoui Icudiutloa, Owner will tell you that the new smoothness ol the famous Kix >-Af1ion RjJ
,fouodcj, Benurt MK&UCIV' ', '.._ Chevrolet for 1936 U the' mot It alone brings you the more bealtb/ul comfort T
Where results ire often
. It ha* been rumored that U euiscvkus. -- economical of *U motor car*. of Genuine___ fisher. No Draft Vearil.rloa-tb. N

... Leslie Quilt. Is elected sheriff Health Ouuttuqu and PhrJ41 And, b addition to firing economy without greater thivmg comfutTprSKockproot Sterruig*. 1

he wU make me his deputy Culture Con entioo June, July equal, it also line enjoyment without equal And k alone bring<< you the combuied, perform. 1 .

end August Special program neb because it' the only complete low-priced earl! sate and economy advantages of a _High._ :
Sheriff IB this area. I wish to week Spam, competitive games, It alone bring you the .safer quicker Com VaJ.-In.lle.d Engine-all atCbeTrolct's {

stale that aaeh b not the ease ntcrtunaKot, nrrate, hikes len> smoother stopping-power of New Perfected remarkably'- w prioesl

a* my private business would nit swimming, olduiclng.. Hydraulic Brakes, and the maxl"-wn overhead See this car at your Chevrolet dealer'so -

Congenial. compen Oftl. Pleasure protecting T.'!v>lid Suet one-pifce Turret today
from accepting
prevent me any
sad lot
enjoyment e.etyataILL Top. It alone yo-u the unequaled glidingNIW J cncTROixr MOTOR oo. DETROIT, MICH.INIUl J
such poeJUon.CHARLES great health retort b

supervised .br expeticnctd opeits. NIW riirtCTIB NYDtAtAW HAH (1Dooo...le-Aain*. lIMilMlt, lie MM> *W ...-. knhtlouo ......ea4
No drugs, soolicinei s trtu ONI-MKI main TOP, a er." of k- a fertrM *>weep IMMOVIO 'UOIN KNU-ACTIOM noi*.
R. GRAHAM oat Optra.tiuos. M* MMMMf tells tUttlmU a atlNUINI FISHER : OKArT VtNTUATION Is New Tl>n Top .. Natural methods onI,. A ....."". ass .alb.a.bl9 Moll.. nr ...... bra ...-........ ... 0 NiaM-COMMUMION VAlVW.4tIA. IN4IMI gMmflMfM
delightful and churning ttmc*> Or.a bslim ,..".,. ..... sad ell SHOCKPROOF tmaiNejMM4VWAll .....5-s.1..,.,/A4ts_b.fw.

prwrt of friendliness sod good Hill MATUIII AT CHIVIOIIt'l lOW P.CII

fellowship I ANO up- tI.N.c-r N4A4r. IMapw .-..nol"rlama
Moderate ( ....... ... .,
rates ne food corn 495 arts s.d N rpls. 10 IN -.A.w If..r )
DR. R. S. AFTERS : foctable roans, restful sleep Aik '':=-:'': P.1.- !
lot 'Book of Views" sad two I KOnil IKStAUSUNT PtAN-KONTIIlf MTMHTI TO IttIT fOUl M'H

DENTISTOffice I: schedule No obligations. Writs. |

..,; hour.:10.NLto3P.m.Sudan: I to 11 I I'The PHYSICAL I CHEVROLETBird ;

Closed SaturdaysFree

Parking: Space DANSV1LU. NEW YORK: Chevrolet

17(4 N. SITU MIAMI Company
W. iT- I Lbiid = leYd FREE.If red
PITON I.UI1 eme peps.t .
Phone 98 homestead Ha.
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Four THE ENTERPRISe: I Friday June 12.1936. 1


''lor........*, are given by L. A.1 R 'oRNER"--' -t,

TEELEADER-EfiTERPRISE: Nina la the Prtgrtwivt Fanner fl THE Ll R 71 Little .

Published Fridays at items'I He says: "FraquMUy insects BT stalls h !>. now UBIUBIAX 4

stead. Fit.. k, On South DadcatENAKCHEK injure flowers greatly These pen, r
hbI&.hlD' C. may be controlled by spraying or the 'Uf Bird
I find own way to
dusting. During spring such tucking : s.tasaav raves self, your
U...ear. W...MxbS. TkM.W: M f. m spot marked X. which of course
.... ._...._EditolCatered Insects as plant lice and afrequently .
.. the body Told
on .....r. ra.duo< I* a. -I n. means "the spot where UsThat
do great damage. Spra
IlesMta..7 I 16 ...11, M r. m. > M w m. lies."
them with nicotine sulphate
M sewed elaa sag Mystery stories ire always popular -
: ing IVj teaspoons to a gallon of
Matter Man ... lilt at tat p1, water in which enough soap la If you art wanting' a good mystery with many of our readers If Mr. Pynchon WPA bead,
office at Homestead FlaeUa matelUM suds. story take this ODe which hasa but w* also have many reader in Florida had
dissolved to make thin Spray man attended
act of March t. 1171.IH. contact. bit of romance churned in with who never read mystery ttoriet. exercises ,! D
to at to come Into direct graduation at Neva KIDS'
tuck the the mystery. "The Crooked !.Ine'" For them Kathleen Morris hat School ?'j j lat
with the insect,, at they I Cooper Tuesday night toi
PUCE. |1.11 A TEAK Juice from the inside of the leavesor It by Francis Noyes Hart, the tame great appeal and "Beauty1 Daugh "revered" auditorium with Itt,3 tlc
Hart who wrote ter" will at popular tt her ant
Francis Noyet prove
tender stems and can be killed pitiful sealing capacity would bay iconvinced
Trial" few other itorie Can a good wife sohver
"The Bellamy a yearsago.
them him
only by putting something on In addition
TO A BAITBright that will burn them. Because "Th Bellamy Trial" still, who It a capable housekeeper a being t logical storm refuge centerflt tq >I
rates among the best mystery good mother and t pleasant companion -I err
they art usually on the under tide Homestead It in desperate need o $|
chinquapin aye that seek stories. She also wrote that other hold her husband when KIN
101 the leaves one mutt get a community center with adequatajf
the sun popular mystery "Hide In the!I lovely and sometimes younger ate
poison there and directly on { auditorium f.cUltJlI-II1ICb aj th %
Do you think It a yellow doub- I Dark." You might\ like to read all I women attract hit attention* Perhaps *,
loon? "For any of the eating insect, three of these storiet which teem i I that question it in the mind Wilcox hurricane shelters art pur' -S Jportedly J.Mr

How many tube tine the world I use a stomach poison, such at arsenate > to have something more than I of every wife at tome time. "Be.ut -I designed* to* give. VM;( / hetan

was begun of Jead Dutox magnesium crime and criminals to recommend ,', Daughter" Vlei Herendeen That a former Homestead *
Haw blinked at the sun and the arsenate etc. For a spray, use them. The opening seen of "The thought she could when the tackled was a leading figure tn mall">r' I
lead to
moon? three teaspoons arsenate Crooked Lane" it Washington our the Job of being Quentin Har- tributlon of the fake slot i I
The sun It a fat and olden a gallon of water or five teaspoons own beautiful c.pltallll1. the city di tJ': wife. For seven yean she I petitions last week and GoLe)

coin I magnesium arsenate, mixing in t that today It the center of thought her position was secure tremely bad odor with
lime.With .
A thin-worn dime the moon small quantity: of hydrated can thought. There it gay and then one day the lovely woman were unwitting maChlnl' sohTh
level teaspoons Amen-I
two I
Bright chinquapin eyes why trek Dutox use of water. seemingly plenty of money appeared and beautiful Serena < "decoys" tt well at I
you the sun to a gallon lomatic set, with and Moriaon Net out to wint Quentin i entlal persons in other Po
Do you think It a yellow doub- "If one prefers to apply the poison plomacy To this Washington, Hartley for herself. II a :
loon* at a dust mix one part arsenate comet Karl Sheridan grandson' Ruperf HugheJ. pnoUar novelist That those mysterious te :t

-Mary Ferrell Dickinson In of lead with four parts hydrated of an Austrian ambassador ton who knows how to wrn of rear t.ar fIIt'h tre-b! all membe"t{ II an..

Skyline. I Intel one part magnesium of a high state official and in his lift says he "feels sure that Kath I tile graduating classes of Horn*,,
arsenate to three parts hydrated own right a student of the great I ICriminall leen Morris' name will be one for stead and Redland High School:! 'VhUt

FIVE NEW PRINCIPLES: Or lime; one part Dutox with two or tic Institute of Vienna. < future scholars to doff their motar- were Invitations to a drink test Fr

CIULD TRAINING three parts of lime or flour and At t dinner party he It introduced I I boards to because she live life at the soda fountain ot a very.'
dust on thoroughly, covering all to the loveliest girl In Washington reads people and writes folkt." I popular local drug store. ,
The following summary of the I leaves and tender twigs i i'Everyone : Teas Stuart and to her he tells'i And Charles J. Finger editor author i 1 1tei

hewer principles of child trainingi "' with even I few the story of hit career and his J I and essayist says of Kathleen I That one advantage of having ,
compared with those of a htlf- flowers or vegetables about the training at a policeman. He tells s! Norris' books "It U at If I had the boy graduate wear blue gowns' tu'M
century ago it contributed to the I place needs a small spray pump of the little black bag which holds'' tumbled on tn unsuspected instead of white, wa that Pa*
Progressive Farmer by Dr. Frederick r or a hand dust gun The directions his equipment, twenty-tight\ articles -i! Thackeray world." I couldnt mistake It ahead of time M

: L. Poly paycbtatrUt of the I given for dusting or spraying ; each in itt own pocket, and Both these books are on our for his nightshirt Tr,
department of education of the flowers art aso correct for ''' th'be
Ten demands knowledge of each I rental shelf, and the sooner they
University of the State of New i vegetables" article, the why and the whyfor pay off the sooner we can have :
York '
: But there is nt object in spoiling new books for your vacation read- LIGHT RESPONSE
.'I. We now mike that the only NOT JUST A "NEWS"" PAPER a good atory-red it your I I ling. WI

way In which each child it alike l 'If member of your family
It that he U different In .died TO NYA SUMMONS j
every way. would you tend out the obituary [
Therefore he mutt be studied asa in a circlar letter?" Homestead Future Farmers Leave to

unique Individual in order that A South Dakota editor asks that
hit training may be tailor-cut to I question of hit readers The rest Monday for Convention and Kansasquirement 'f tile.

meet his specific need of hit front-page-. box reads like
"2. Wt live habit. Our -- 11
larel'tly this:
(Continued From Page One) the motorcade will pans at Tallahassee More Youths Required to
tint concern U to give each child i t "if your wit! entertained. would j
habit training In those essentials yeti. run a ilid* trf the screen of I tests, will attempt to gain the state! Apalachlcola. Panama Man Project in ThisDistrict' j
to hit health, happiness, efficiency, the movie shown If you were to tltlt. Grubbs, Van Winkle City and other points of interest in : II rn
and social adaption. Of basic importance Florida, and proceeding through
-f enlarge your atom, would you tell ner, Bowden and Caves will Con-I I
It a well-balanced protram talks m a hotel register T If you part In the string band event Alabama will stop at Montgomeryand Only S3 applicant for federal U
of 24-hour living habits with Florence. Several hours will
(were to have a wedding at yourjboutt
Rohrer, Cheshire, Mattaon and employment; under the national j N
respect to work net and be spent In Memphis. Tenn., and
play. would you tack the newton Fredrick will represent Homestead -1 youth administration registered at ,
relaxation: steep study, diet and a telephone pole? bt the swimming races. lathe the greater part of a day will be American Legion Hall yesterday, Sf
elimination. occupied in St. Louis, Mo., where
] Then why ta heck don't you
f stock Judging events' Myron although it had been reported that,
"3. After we are assured that (put :your advertising In the newt- Orenneil, Delinger and Smith will the boys will see a major leaguebaaeball at least 250 :youth are eligible for
the child hat a reasonable ability paper too?"-Wisconsin Press. game and visit the government tIt
be entered from this city.A this work in the Redland District j| )
In and social habits of experiment farm on the I
personal I According to Mrs Florence '
difficult teat will be the ac-
hygienic cart, safety and adjust-j Social Adjustment Is of the plaoter's degree edge of that city. |'Gates. representing District 4 of { Iab
The caravan will reach Kansas
meat to other, It It Important that< 1 the board of social welfare In 13o
'i! Seen Education Aim for which DelUnger and Myron II
City on June 22. After tour of
seek to discover him. 0V
vie dally Thepal'ftlt
OrenneH will compete .against a Ont of the largest meat packinghouses I charge of registration, more youth 1 II
and teacher should be I i
dltigsiosticlan I field of TM boys from all of are needed to bring up the quota
Dr. John Davit, Instructor In parts it will go to Merriam about I J
*--person* skilled In athrough II for this section For this reason I Ii
and through understand. {botany at Southwestern University Florida. To attain this Mate degree 20 milts from Kansas City and be '
Term who InHomestead each applicant must be able i she will be at Legion Hall again v
Memphis, welcomed by Shawnet-Misslon
fag of the of behavior. It i
meaning atav next Thursday to receive
to show two appllj j
white yean' practical experience -
spending chapter of the F. F A., which ex-
more Important to know why !
i cations and issue identification
In agriculture under
child does thing than what he cation studying the landbuilding'pontbihtin tended the invitation to the Homestead
of the told trained lupervtolon. a bank balance j f3
mangrove, chapter in return for the
doe. nil applies to the Interpretation |Homestead Rotarians Wednesdaythat or investment of $304, training hospitality shown by Homestead Thus far only four girls 23 white j .

_"koe.of_child If strength do at not well know as hit idea of the purpose of parliamentary: procedureand to tile Kansas group bat Winter.A boys and eight negro youth have i 1f
wt :education Is not th*'mental dlllefI a rating of It pee as sit in scholarship different route probably I taken advantage of the oppor- 1f.
causes of behavior how Can for hit entire school JtunUy to gain work on local proj- .
vocational thati period. "'
and I puns t* training through Texas, wilt bevtakeiTWlthe ,
we hop rationally to direct
control 1CH. i may be acquitted but the extent to Leaving daineiviUe on June ttr' return Wp, Mr. Wakefield ..... .teta, federally financed. Applicants .
must be from famlllm, al-
i symp-; (I"hlehbe pupil leant to 1I&II1cw'lOCIa' ; listed and the
Beganttoehavlor M adjustments that win fit ready on relief roUt

tom It is merely an expression l Ijilra, to meet situation bt life Redl ltd Lions Gain Triple Honors :earnings will range from $10 to 1.I''
of the child seeking to gala tau,.- DC. Davis lit"e Rotary I f M for a month bf 4fl hours work>

Action The mainspring to tinman i luncheon Wednesday noon in LtC At Tallahassee Annual Convention There will be M delay In assignIng -

behavior is the emollonal-uuUiic-l n Hall at the guest tt the etubpresident :' youths accepted to local proects ]- I
tivt. port ef the personality. Our Dr. Herbert I Those registered yesterday ,
& Wolfe. v
wishes longing, desires craving ,;a friend ot college days. Dr. Davie (OVmtmuH From Page Ont ing the A. A. U. specified depth by! will start to work next week onImprovement J
*, tpectfie Interest and ambitions -' arrived here Monday and is I employment: ration among those I building up the wall of the pool, of playgrounds and < (
demand snore or lest rttluatioa -'I i staying tt the residence ot Mr., nor*,entitled to work, he said : to offset the apace taken up by l other useful services at Home t

in term* of performance l Mid Mrs. Let H. Letnrom M At'OI -: Lion Cox speaking briefly on the new floor This process, of! Stood end Redland schools under
latiafaaUona. U reasonable satisfaction }I ado dirt. : Tacking. Shipping and *MarketIng I course involves the construction I tile supervision of George N.
it set obtained la socially.I Fruits and Vegetables stressed of new acura rut terL i j Wtkefield and M. A. Baker teachers t
approved ways human nature la the need for co-operation between A OI1SDr's donation will ,bcj of vocational agriculture in '
such that the Individual seeks itWier" Landscaper to TeachBeautification producers end packing required, and it may be necessary] the respective institutions 'I.y4

j hi wvdetlrablt activities. Tht Class tatUMt. Nt advocated ads extensive I to hIM torn money, but not half Other protect will be let up

J parent and teacher will prevent I _____ advertising oatopaigsj to drive the amount that would have been,' under the national youth administration 1Page
I Aria I 0. C. Hurts *f Miami win take: borne among coatunen tht superior required without WPA help. at quickly at the registration -

"s. TIle moat Important tingle charge of the class: which Ceo. N. quality of Redland District At man tt the revised plans art> Justifies -new appropriation,
factor Influencing child behavior I WakrfleM bat been instructing In products, thereby _tint a more ready a meeting of the general I B. Howard Brown, district di-

, to adult example. If parental exanuda -' home beauflfication with Mr.Vaketield wMtetpretd demand for total output pool committee will be called and I I'rector: of NY A, announce

; Is out What it should lie wejfceuld accompanies the Future if necessary a special or adjournied ,
Dot bt dmnyointed when Farmers to their state mating in A talk along similar lines was session of the city toUncll! Dade Girls Win Honors
child attitude and action reflect Gainesville and oa their trip to made by Professor Carl Wagner will be requested to consider the ':
.1 i unfortunate 'grown-up pattern. Kansas Mr. Rune: received bit principal of Redland Form Lift project and push it through. j, At 4-II Short Course
Consciously and unconsciously every 1 1J SctMot who said that the future j
child mirrors dad absorb the!I'I of farming depended on cooperation t I I (Continued From Pale On)

J feelings thoughts and behavior:1 I At the next meeting of the data which should be practiced Jingling Saws Mrs. Redd took a leadership

I i exemplified: In the adult "'ero'.1 I on Tuesday evening at 7:JO In the more generally in this section By Aaalt Mavarw FUtpatrkk 'I,court.
Parental disharmony and lack .i.;I agriculture rooms of the high Mix Rebecca Fisher played tw* The uniform which the Dade

. unified policy of child management school Mr. Hurt will take up the piano &eIecUonaMake :County girls wore were designed
1 art frequent sources of maladjusted ;I Ildefttityln'ol pant. He WILL ..tao.I A barking dog wilt never bite. ,--1 by France Webb ot Miami who
' children in the family j I 1 for those desiring. Pool WFA Project Oh ;yeah I'1 placed first in till state styli revue

. First put your house In order be-1 I help.! Is Advice to Homestead I But torn dogs bark and wag de-:.! and thereby won i trip to the national

1 tat attempting U correct child I At this -. '. meeting Mr.i Utfht. 4-H congress In Chicago
misbehavior." I, Wakefteld talked on the selection, Oh yeah? next December.I .
of plant material and took the' (Continued From Page On) I Such indecision make tog "...,*.1 I I: TIle Dad County group which

POISON INSECT< rim I I class on a tour of inspection of floor laid over the old floor, tentattvt ,I dont know which end to believe. traveled in* school but. returned

Some timely hints for garden, the planting on the school. plant for the WPA-propostd ; Appearance to on deceive. Saturday night from itt eight-day

en, wbtttwr they crow flowers]i grounds. repair Job contemplate maintaln- I Oh yeah. ,: trip

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1 .193t1 ____ _THE. LVA t NTBkPRtsE Pare Tin I
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I 1 first ot July for a tme-month visit I
FLORIDA CITY I in Chicago with bar Stetson roommate -, ,WARANJAMb

1'bt.Y.. W .....;, >rr* p ndr > Uh JttKsott.Correnwr feat

In and Around -"...,._... "..,,_.....__._.. Miss Ctarn-M -ftoat and Mr, .. I .1. ';'."" "" ...,___.._
Beach Burton and H. H. Graham Jr.,
Joe N. Gay was taken to Jackson Clara Greening of Daytona
Memorial hospital veMttxhay arrived Tttedsy for a visit It the sane of Mr. end Mnr H. H. Ora i
suffering from blood itolsontng tn home ot Mr. and Mrs. EdwardS ham, have itwriM from the
a finger that had been puncturedby .. I University of Florida at Gal"J'
a nail. Mr. Oayl condition ville to spend tM summer with

____..__ _...______.. m Improved after in operation SUn- Mrs. Sam SUverman of Cuba their parents.
day. and her son, Ronald, who have I
Miss Mary Elizabeth Krom who going to Newport News, V,..: .......... been. spending the past week visiting H. A. Aman and son Ml Sunday -
Is employed by the central statistical -, when she will be employed by i Roy Chandler deturned Friday relatives in Miami were VTedbesday to spend I week In Lamont,
guests of Mrs M Silver- Fla. Herman Walls of Homestead
board In Washington, D. C..: the tame company I from a vacation, spent with relatives I ,
them the trip
and her brother Wm. H. Krome i in Ctarktton! Oa.Mri man. accompanied on
who hat been attending the University Mrs Carter to I
Henry plans
Mr. and Mrs Eddie Silvrrmanot Mrs. C. J. Merren ot Miami wasa
of Florida In Galneivllle, leave today for Oshkosh Wla, it. J. Shepherd left JuneS
Miami Beach spent Sunday herewith guest of Mrs. R. C. Jackson: on
arrived Wednesday morning Mill, where she will visit relatives and for her hotot 1h North Haven. I
Mr. Bllvarmnn parents Mr Monday.
Xrome will spend a week In Homestead -, attend the summer session of the 1 Conn. I \
and Mrs M. SUverman (Continued on Page Eight: )
with her mother Mrs. W. Oshkosh State Teachers College {I I !
J. Krdme, and her brothers, and, Bill Vercoe left Thursday to Join
Mr. Krome will\ spend the summer Mrs. Ola Pennlngton Is In a Miami his father in Price, Utah. I
here. hospital recovering from a 1
major operation performed Tues- Mrs. Ida Flowers of Miami I
Mrs, Robert Hall and four children -, day. ; Beach was a SUf'ldapelt of Mrs I
Roberta, Jeane, Gerhard and J. K. SCott. I Candidate

Gordon, arrived Sunday from' Vary Booker, a member of the I i
Mr of
Lexington, Ky. to Join Mr. HaU U S. coast and geodetic survey I Katharine Neely Miamiis + for ,
who has been here this winter. party located it Homestead left visiting at,the home of Mr and
I Collier
Mrs. i} F
They art making their home in for his home In Gadsen, Ala, Saturday i CountyCommissioner

Forverilr I on receipt of a telegram: L. O. Ckmlnger left for Tennessee I
telling of the illness of his mother. ;
last week on receipt of a
Mr. and Mrs. James Carleton" 'She died, shortly' ,af ler hla,,arrival telegram Informing him of the I I I
and tltrndaj:
dahghtet AnMarttf-mumr; death of tilt brother, Ben Clon
visited tit me home of Mr. and Inger. District 5 ,

Mrs. Grant Mahan in Redland Mr. and Mrs Theo J. Bleler will ___ I f
Friday leave today for Appleton, Wis, to I Lawrence Becker returned Saturday Your vote and support
""'-- ; visit with Mr. Elder's parents, Mr.: from Moore Haven where solicited on basis of tny ,
Lester Smith, who has been attending and Mrl Wm. Bleler, until the first I he had been for several weeks
the University of Ken week In July. ] past record of progress

tucky at Lexington,'and his sister, Miss Alene Vercoe returned Sat
Miss Evelyn Smith, who attended Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Archer of urday from Stetson University InDeLahd. (h' t'oIltIceI "..........t)
MaryvUle College at Manrvllle,: Tampa and their two children, She plans to leave the I
Tenn., arrived text week to spend' Bobby and Betsy, visited in Homestead ----- --
the summer here. I Wednesday with Mr. Arch
---- I er's t brother> and sister-in-law,
MIA boroihy taste! return last Mr. and Mrs Ben Archer. They FORD V8 ECONOMY MEANS
Week from DeLand where she has left for, Key West via the Oversea 4''

been attending Stetson University i Highway yesterday morning accompanied .
by Lester Archer, fora
Mrs. R O Wateer plans tb leave' visit ot ten days with Mr. and HIGH /I- l
today for Atlanta where she will: Mrs. George t Archer parents of ;
spend the summer visiting relatives the Archer brothers "
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Grant Mahan of Redland left Mtil/

left Mr Tuesday and Mrs.to spend R. E, the Shepherd summer last night M advices for Hobeth that, Md.his,daugh In response (MQke PUR DOiLk )

lit Lyons, da i, ter-in-law; Mr W, H. Mahan of /. A Il
that Is aerl ... 'r< H
city, UlJlylIL'
M"B.; :
Mr. and S. Beam left I ..
this week for Shelbyvlll, N. C. ALL ,
; tou
where; they win spend the summer Hugo Vihlen and her mother y cent V.8 otvis,
I Mrs. A. L. Chandler, will leave I dNrtt THE
I Saturday for vacation of several flAtu a ids
weeks at Miami Beach ..w : THr$ [
Mr. and .
Mrs Tom Harris and .
their ton, Tommy, and Mrs Har-j rttt GLUt t eta. __ mNO
ris' sister Mrs Edw. Brooker, pltreeMANCa 3 :' Inti" CMAII.I
left Mst week for Myron, Ga Mr.I I ELECTW I a ill It y.1 t1I' ttIcOMOMy. Indo
Harris returned this week but the iaseNAls a 4 d"C1".ua tRUlID asw"assoarnca I N
others will spend several weeks IuKII-i rfTr .
visiting relatives 2.CAL atARIS.. "

Visiting Edgar Clayton Cooper of Lehman Fort ,Pierce is R. BECKERTax 5. tprrU-POII. sttotNO. t \ff

Mr. and Mrs HoDls Barrow Of Collector
South Miami announce the birth of
a six and one-half pound IOn
Henry Hollii Jr., at the Hunt hos-
pital Saturday Mrs. Barrow was
formerly Mitt Frances Umphrey.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunbp: left
last week to spend the summer In
Atlanta and Boston. f '

Mist tleanore Holferty plans to 1

leave Monday for WllltamsburgVs. .
., where she will enroll in summer I
school in William and Mary
College to begin work on a mas ,
ter's degree in English.

Miss Elinor Hayden leaving A
today for Kenton. O. where Ins F f

will spend the summer, .

Miss Ellen Nybcrg Is leaving MAma how you classify ,cur it give you more mll i pet dollar be

today for her home in Dania. ABILITY HONESTY expenditures for car .pkeepeaUM it give you all-roon economy_ i

Mr. and Mrs C. H. Lawrenceand An Established Record It's your total expenditure that counts. low first cost, low np-kerp cost, low do-

daughter, Mary Lou plan to How much "dollar mileage" la your car predation and long life-M well M low t a

Ga.leave,where Tuesdayor they will visit Wrlghtsvllle Mr. Lawrence (PoW too 5 66ud.1 .) I giving you? gasoline and oil consumption. All these

'S sister, Mrs. T. L. Harris. Dollars Aa go farther in die Ford V-8. are I'ig items< If you aim to bray the mol
On their return they will visit
friends in Fort Lauderdale Modern Improved carburclloa gives you noml..a' car.

=J t-- pmusual gasoline mileage wiLL brilliant FORD MOTOR
Miss Roberta Home who has
been employed In a Western Union V-8 performance. Moat owners of toda,',

office In Winter Haven Win spend Ford change oil only every 2000 miles e
the week-end with her parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Home before Mel toad add none between changes. Ford V rAnd 8

IN I after the first few thousand mile

Turner's Funeral! Home yon begin to understand what Ford V-8

Howls Drive "dollar aafleage" really Inn_. A
of NaraDJa
lady AttoafealFbone AntlssfdM I
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Pan Sli -' THE LEADEI&ENTERPRISE5 **" Fridav.June 12,193d .

CLASS SONGS he proceeded 'on, oajiiatvl+ liars Into Redland High School and this lathe
calculus." story of thai trials and tribu
FAKEWEIJU SONG Mrs. Swank; "What of tea W. UUons\ as weU as the joy that
The Redland Rattler
Fletcher Markham Nelll wad have been their lot since their er*.
("Lights Out") Thomas Lee Campbell barkment

-.....- Farewell, dear achool. Mine. A.: "George Warren has Their tint captain was Copt
The time bat come for us to go. built up a Urge alrconditionlng W. C. Fonee, and first pilot Miss
Farewell Redland, firm. Markham got Mr. Delaney'sJob (Continued on Page Ten)
WHO'S WHO IN THE SENIOR CLASS I We credit you for all we know. liter he was pensioned off. .
The time has come for partingSo Thomas Lee is president of Camp-

Most popular girl ., _' ..._ .. _. __.__..__. Oulda Leggett now we ay: "Goodbye." belT Alpha Beta Gamma Soups,
Farewell, our school, Incorporated. Stanley got his start
Most popular boy '" ... _." Tommy Campbell
Prettiest girl __....._ ... ..___._......._. Marjo Macejr We 'will love you till we die. when he became interested In
!Must! handsome boy _.. _. '_" '__' Lueben Greenwood chemistry in Mr. Gutteridge'i
Quietest girl ._ .. ... __y.... Lillian Swllley Goodbye, teacher. well.The class He i* now one of the coun i
You have always taught u*
Quietest boy._. .. .. .. .... .. __ William Chambers try' foremost chemist We are
Most studious girl ._ ...._____ Yvonne Prothero I best there U well tell Indebted to him for synthetic tried
The whole wide world
Most studious boy .. .. ._._._ WiUard Hendenhott chicken and invisible hosiery. If s
MOlt intelligent girl .. ..._.._. Marjo Macey I The time hAt come for partingSo there anything else you would like
now well goodbye.Farewell :
Most Intelligent boy ..._.... _.____._ Willard Henderihott lay to know?"
._.. : teacher, Mrs. Swank: "Wait a mloutelaven't '-
Best all around girl .. Virginia Delaney till die.
We will love we I
Belt all around boy __ _... Ralph Mullin you we left out some ones

Most athletic girl _._ .. .,___ Lillian Swilley I So long, classmates.We There'" more-whert'i Marjo Mace ? r

Moat tttiellic boy ___._____ __-____ Ralph Mullin will leave our hope with you, ,? 5
Cutest girl ___ __ Ouida Leggett Our own dear friend, Mm*. A.: "Don't you know met?

Cutest boy .. .._..____.._..___ Tommy Campbell I Who have always been *o true. Now that we're reunited in spirit,
Wittiest girl '__ _____._.__ Marjo Macey The time has come for parting even though It* Impossible for ui
Wittiest boy._ _.___..__--- Robert Cart So now we My: "Goodbye." to actually be here--luppos* we
Best girl musician ._.__. Dorothy ROM 'I So lone, classmate, relive our clan night of a decade
Best boy musician .... __ Roy Nelson l We will love you till we die. ago? Remember who wrote the
Most dignified lid ___..__ Lillian Swllley history V. D. wasn't it?
Most dignified boy ____ Willard Hendenhott I Farewell, dear school (Clan history, poem, pep song,,
The time ha come for u* to go. etc., follow.)

Farewell. Redland.We .
CLASS PROPHECY crowd cheer She I Ia getting out- credit you for all we know. I* CLASS HISTORY
it look like-it |a--Ouida Leggett The time ha com* for parting
By Marjo Matey !" So now we aay, "Goodbye." I By Virginia DelaneyIt

(Scene la consultation room of Mrs. Swank: "Tell me about Farewell, our school 'I was on a bright September ELECTD.
Mme. Askme Iceeall, clairvoyant.Time come more of them.-all of them." We will love :you till we die. morning In 1923 that the S. S.
U ten yean hence. Mr Mme. A.: "Willard Hendenhott knowledge sailed from Port Red-

Sylvester Dodd Swank, nee Mill Is dean of Princeton University. STUNT SONG land carrying passengers who were
Mildred Campbell I* just arrivingfor \ Virginia Delaney la a personal eager to start on their trip aroundthe C.fColemall ;
her appointment As each person secretary to a prominent Wall l ("I* It True What They Say globe of life. These anxious .
I II spoken of. he appear in the street broker. Gossip has it that About Dixie) passenger were none other than

doorway, walks, In and take a she I* engaged to her rich employ' I* It true what they. say about the present graduating class of
-" -
eat.) er. Redlandr-

Mr*. Swank: "Good afternoon.I Mr*. Swank: 'Tell me more." Do the kids really have so much

hope rm not'late." Mme. A.: "I see a yacht r.CCIn, I fun?
Are the teachers kinder than. they
Mme. Askme: "Not at all Mrs. progress. It la a close race, one'
Swank. You are right on time. boat goes over the finish line. At ever were before? YourSHERIFF
Do thekid'keep eating Greer'sgood
Please lit down." Its helm Is William Chambers
Mrs Swank: "Thank you.. '' Dorothy Ross is now teaching J> pie
Till they can't.' eat J>o more?
Mme. A. Now what would you the old home school, Redland. An
Art we that our time I*
Eke to know" the girl say the make a swell sorry
Mrs Swank: "Oh, Just tell ID4 home economic teac et. Wilbur On June 23rd
Do Uy skip, do they play
what my future hold" Wood I II working> fw the government
Like they in ?
into doing reseorch work in say every song
Mme A. (looking crystal agri
Yes! It' true, that's where we
"1 tee a .eddlnl-.n old man-he culture. He has discovered. the d
be1qnf. Ie wiD"rontinue to ,
Is your fathom-No! He" the perfect h RedlandDistrict. e ,
groom-but wait this to* already .lerllli.sQt.] i J serve you faithfully

h"ppened-'OII wen married *evCM Mrs. 'bout Emily Mme. A.: "Robert Cast took
) months ago. Htl la quite and Harry .M'# 7'" over his father' real estate business without fear or :
Ilthy-but I see sadness soon after finishing school and
Mme, A.: "Emily Is-head of ;
favor !
ti r you your aged spouse wins Payne's Painless Dancing SchooLHalTJ now own a good per cent of the
'h'l1 pass: on, leaving you aloneid best land In Redland. Yvonne
head mechanic Pan
I II at
.-, unprotected, sole heir to all Prothero Is a well known architect. (Paid for bit Mwb)
American airport. Roy has gotten
I: s millions.'' She ha Just completed designs for
serious about his violin and I*
Mn Swank: "Really? Now, can the new auditorium which Red-
second Rublnoft.
now a
>"U tell me something of my past? land school la finally getting Wilson Ji-n
I wonder what became of VI the Mn. Swank: "Tell me more. Is a lieutenant in the army. '
kris used to go to school with? Mme. A.: "I see a great gym Donald Sickle U speed king for : Tfttamtus
I wish I could.. them now." nasium. An exciting basketball South Florida. Lillian Swllley la fLQR/DA
Mme. A.. "Give me a name." game Is being played. The scoreIs happily married to the new manager -
Mrs. Swank"Oujda Leggett tied and a minute to got One of the Homestead dime tore J. K. WILLIAMS
S' >. s my old pal." man dashes out and by a brilliant When this young and handsome ,
Mme A. (studies crystal: "I play score a basket for the deciding gent found that million dollar baby
at,' r> movie lot. People are rush- point. They have the hero working in his dime tore he Able..lionet t.. Fearless
irs .iround, production la about to on their shoulders. It Is Ralph quickly fired her-and gave her Od
art on n great comedy. The Mullin! a better job. James is now a second Candidate for

star s limousine drive up, the Mr. Swank: "Yes yes..._ go onl" Einstein After. leaving school 19iuiui1
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, raHLfiHM 25 SQUARE MILES OF FARM: LAN .ffiHHHHH Repreentative'Group '


OM Age P'OIloI.e..'"
Gas Tax, Juvenile Protective
Laws, Ledalatlve "-p **-
Q LAND FOR NEXT FALL meat, Sehoel Aid t* the fiscal
H Unit e( the state's power.
X. Abolishment W Slot Machines, See, ef rte.AoWaWeta.

< W Repeal af Poll Tax Law
Ame...... ... wwkmea'seeupenaattea :

, J Before Leaving on Your Vacation H laws aid mechanic Ilea a L SECOND ATENVX


Will Oppose: All Outside Rooms with
SAtES TAX. Slot Macklaee.Legalised Private Bath

z H We hare 25 square miles of farm land, but naturally, 93 Taxes, Bacreacksaeat GawblinaPeU ef yeweraW COOL CLEAN, QUIET

W tile choice pieces ro first Why not come in at once and t"I Gercnor. Ortri oUo, Bfaeayae Bar ,
make your reservation for your needs next winter? > yer 21 years, civic In Dade worker County, member, Law- Two Blocks to Shops,

Z American Legion, Central Bap- Theatre and Business

tilt church, various fraternal
00I order and Counsel for :Democratic

-At .. Urn will I eatetUU f
South Dade Farms inc. legislation affecting South

Dade County without advla-
lag er conulilnc with Itakader Special Family, Weekly aced

L D. McCUAKT Proprietorr'
WUERE FROST IS REMOTE 4hW retailed A"Iloft rdw.A.



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1\\\ Friday,June 12. J936. TUB-LEADER.ENTERPRISE .. Paw Seven i.:
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t: ',,:, t Annual Report Made' by Homest"v r Ur. Lean 13. bouquet Mn. L. p Me-for GO TO CAMP CLpWPXONT- accompanied Mm. T"..d 0 r* I

L. B. Sommera len Saturday Franklin ni Billy Walton win ,;
: A. Treasurer and 4 .utor\ speakers on Installation for Camp Cloudmoat. his camp for
'. P.-T. for'the next wwk. "
I ) night ___..___. 2.25 boy near Memoirs, Ala. John: leave camp 1. (t Jj'
; Walton, who will attend the camp, Preston Bird, also, may fo. \ ,
;' Mn. H. P. McDsniel, treasurer Feb. 8. J. A. McN.\V tit Total _$453.08 i ,ii

t' of the Homestead P.-T. A., and J. auditing _\Jr_'? NX* Total receipt ______481UJ
A. McNelU, of the association -1 Feb. IT,P.-T. A. .tte W* Total disbursements 453.08 .
ttoo: :
\ i Green RestaurantADJOINING
report award to Min J Vw J

for the year beginning August and Mn. Fteld' rAjAi* ,. too; Balance _.__ ___ 4358.84 HOTEL EEDLAND
....".....'. J83J, and ending June 18JS: Mar. 6, kerosene, tfyfVnd \ Belonging to cafeteria 283.12 Western T-Bow Steak Dinner Mo Chicken Dinner wee 11il
r Ke lpt. express __._- /u.'u 1BJ Regular Dinner bee Vegetable Plate SM

R :Aug. 8, U 3 I, balance In Mar. 8, Knight Brow AiAr Belonging to P.-T. A. _..A 65.72 AU Kind ef name-made Sandwiches ,'
J ,t bank last audit .__ .... $421.19 I Co. for towel ....,-./. '?. 80 I 1I
:Aug 28, membership, lit Mar. I, Baker and Ybm
K at 800 __..... .?.. .___ 109.80 Co. for boob for \If r.V W-W
Oct. SO, memberships, 50 I
I Mar. i8, P.-T. A. W !
at SOc _..____ 25.00 paA -
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: Dec. S, memberships, S at I I (dents' pin ._ /_/.., '.U REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS

SOc .. ...... .. 2.50 Mar. 27, P.-T. A. VVn' >
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Dec. 3, cafeteria ._ __ .__. 18.83 once award totJI\i-
Den 24, air meet proceed. i Wjmn'a and Mr, ,haw's/ FOR CITRUS AVO CAD OES !
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Jan. 7; 1938, Cafeteria ....... 34.82 room ?r. 5.00
J Jan. 18,election tag day receipts Apr. 7, kerosene (of J\pfft\, 1.00
---,,.___..r. 37-09 Apr. 17, engraving jl\t V*"
MM. 3. cafeteria ._.. .. __._ past president _, -U
35.00 \/\ \-- Citrus and Avocado trees are needing fertilizer to overcome storm damage t :
! 2Iar. 10, refund from; Mn Apr. 27, Velma JWMn.th .

Gladys Webb .___........... 2.00 Volume Llb/VV W and mature this season's crop of fruit. Redland Brand fertilizers are i i
.;, 'Apr. 7, cafeteria ._.__ 40.00 school ..PO
Apr- donation .,L.....--,... .10 Apr. 7, Mr*. I. P. *j thA adapted to this t
June 5, cafeteria L_...._ .. 45.23 for flower for \\JV' >r> purpose. 1
H. Hiner, welfare WII'" :

M Total ..-_, ,._18J182 man .. .. ....._.._. 1. \. lW
!' Disbur.etaenF May, P.T..A., p "
F Sept, rus""r.0 rlsawordebo, MrsV a/4 F'lorida'En'Coast i ,
Fertilizer Co.
0\1 and Mn. Field' tc Ws ._ 2.DO
: rtson for cafeteria _._ 10.00
Mar I, state and y'\itf\l\ 1 {
Sept. 28, cafeteria stove__ 143.08 due for 5 mesh j ro ,t
Oct 2, Homestead Grocery, I5c .--.-..-_' ti ,'fA Manufacture Redlandl Brand Fertilizers i t
refreshment for reception May 7, P.-T. A. at-N6'-el :
______ 2.13 i ward to Mix knny'a MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS
'11. : Oct. 15, attendance awards and Mr. Lucu' #AbrDy., 2,00READ
to Mrs. Edward and ;
't Mn. Field' room 2.00 THE tynfrT\ ADS I

Oct 18, Knight Bros., for I I
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paper towel, cup:*-etc6.40 I y.t\- p I
Oct 23, County P.-T. A. i

due ___................. 2.00
Oct 29, award to Mn. i
Field', Mrs. Becker', and of

1' Hsyden'Mr. Luc*room*' and for 100 Mis% come, I IoutL

't in membership drive 4.00
Oct 29, itate.and national .ffi
111 havf-- !
due for 269 member at '

\. 15c ___..__._ 40.35 ;
S :Jfov. 12, Vf. :,.Koon tot
timing tctmol'pand) 8.00 .

,. Nov. 12,Dr. M. D.Hartman 117ss ,
l for examining 300 children -
_L.! ..___. ...._. 30.00
Nov. 12, Mr. J. R. Brook I
l' I
for assisting Dr. Hartman 11.00 Aug y I
:a, JNov. 12J; Dixie Drug for I
\ supplies for examination 2.80 VGA r b yK

Nov. 22, attendance award
1,1, to MIN Ray room>> and
.' Mn. Field' room. ... 2.00 :' t
t Nov. 23, Southeastern Natural -
) Gal Co. for cafeteria -
ti; /hot water luster __ 10.00 GOP
," Den a, W. D. Jfcrne Co.
for stove wicks ..._ _. .. 4.50 .00
Dec. 3, Gulf Refining Co. t 4.. OTC E
for kerosene for school r. ,I.
: stoves __........____ -- 2.25 ,j.
I Dee:. 3, Knight Paper Co., II I
paper towel for school. 8.20 I
; Dec Education. : Divt !*n :
t National Safety Councilfor r
magaxine for library 3.00 kkkkl
I Dec. 3. Crowell Publishing l ,
Co for for library
; magazine I
3.50 II I
': Dee. 3MV: B. Edwards- : t

'magazine for library .. 9.00 M i
Dee 3, Mrs. J. W. English W"l
for gas used on trip to
'. council meeting in West i.

Palm Beach __.__ .. .. 8.13 The
Dec. 3, National P.-T. A.
for song sheets .'___-_ 1.00
,,. Dec. 10, attendance award ;
to Min Jackson' and

Mn. Field' room ___ 2.00 AYAy l) yon writ the 1w,-. -_ M a vie rdri0errror ova food .. the elecaie range Is ant, '
Dec. 10, Dade Co. Tuberculosis A
Assn. for health nsw* \uWin( tltt coAoaieooa die dCciency, iwomuic,A and tool,..UK modern clcoric water

bond __.___ '.00 .hs M Ali" ofbg the molly mans Sot d courts how ooocrok sad eontcrva IWM,.and dunk el the ( i.

Jan.station 2, 11138 for( Smith kerosene Service for yore $"s AN etodnw afoh.coic I kisebes iLe h... Vvdgcry you ova with the electric duhwshrr.AJUbctric .

stoves L_ MO -'II/ kApta tq.vpsper if the hue word in aconomr.Eniyiiodr .

Jan. 9, Southeastern Natural lot//tMBA,/ AA"WkMwith Ti ad" femn|sa electric kitchen those dtyl... Mme.I '

Gas. Co. for gas lortaleria acs soll'..with eveeychin8 -7tnutp1 in new bans sad old Sort with iht ttlrifcnrar, 14 !
__ 10.00
Jaa 21, Fuch stove Backing Co and ty&jf f tt Ytfrfr proud el tuck a kischem then t|>4>rnp,acquire the nag wars hence and iii4whas I ,

for bread used at air ON 60m drop is L's the.log wed is.ykt dieit+mki, EHJT CMugK with jwl a slight inrtsmbl

meet sale '-' _......._._.. 4.80 and A4 ftjmaut rich axxuh.CO 04 .
Jan. U, attendance award
for Mn. Edward and But -OVWkitesnaesarkotlashoabttdgeteer.$ She MODERN eww/y.ENOX k""llb fewtdl

I Mrs. fields' room ... 2.00 rte Ft S sad warn W MM*. TW elc LW went is happy win&i I \
Jan. 30, Dixie Drug for prescription J
.. and 3.00 UsorYour t ;
paper'cup "Bit, e 1
Jan. 30 Homestead: Grocery .
for Dads Night refreshment Dealer for thisServict ,
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P.-,.. A. COMMlTTEk sit TO ATTEND' COUNTY lOOn In Bajfront Park:, Miami, on

The following chairmen: of committees Six mtrnbbtyl Ct Ihsjtotnestend M... hMit Those who will

I [ Social Euenis 1 for the coming yr were home Demonstration Club plan to Uk part are: Martori rOll,
I announced by Mrs Jas. W Eng attend the annual camp of county Mart Realtor Carol Betty and
Homestead P-T. A. president, horn
i 111m. demonstration workers Janice Let Faye Campbell, Jeanette -
culled meeting of the executive wHIch will be held next week in Cok: and Klntteh Terbert.

committee Tuesday: cafeteria.Mr the Miami Beach High! School An The class has given program*

MISS kUZAlffill CArtlVGER religious education.This *. J. Tom Venn; Chance ambudget achievement tfay-pftgram on Saturday of reading, ntaMcal read/Ing/ ahd
TO WED LLOYD HELD BOON Ion was the last meeting theauxiliary Mrs. Paul Reynolds; membership will be the closing event. pahtomltnn tor seven ol the Jo-
Mn. Chu. T. Harper; The Homestead member who
will hold this season cal churches and clubs recently.Local .
Mr and Mn K. i 8.! ptmger an- J.
welfare Mrs. E. Dyal; publicity,
plan to to are: Mrs. R. E. Edwards.
nounce the engagement of their' I Those present were-: Mrs. Lee Mrs. Wm. M. John Mrs. C. N. Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mn. Frank
daughter, Elizabeth Louise, to''j H Leftman. Mr*. Edw. SUlinf, Mr. Walker wa* reap ollit cl arfla- Hauimao, Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Teachers begin
Lloyd L. Field. The Wedding will 1 Qeo. N. WitefTeld, Mrs. R It;. mentarian. Robert
Mr Anderson and
take place the but of June. Schaff Mr Edw. Walton, Mn. Mr*. C. O. Robertson wa* rev O. C. Radford. Mrs.j Summer School Monday
H. L. Cook Mrs. W. J. Clark Ml** elected cafeteria chairman by the

WOODMEN'S CIRCLE Helen Taylor, Mia Ethel Hook executive committee. MId NELUX MAE HA SIt Homestead teachers and four
DELEGATES RETURN and the Rev. Win. C. Taylor. Present were: Mn. *nt., E. GIVES BUNCO PARTY TIN I Redland teachers plan to begin

The five member of Royal Rheney, Mrs. H. C. Nichols, Mn, Mb Nellie Mae Martin gavea summer school courses nUt week.

Poinciana Grove Woodmen' Circle SUB-DEB CLUB GIVES Landon Carney, Mrs. J. R. Rut- bunco party for the Woodmen'' Carl Wagner, Redland principal,
who attended the regional DANCE AT COUNTRY CLVB land, Mrs. Dyal, Mr. Vann and Circle at the home of Mr. and Mn.: Will go to Duke University at Durham -

meeting held In Lake Junalufekl, About fifty were present at the I Mn. English. W. 1>. Coker Friday night Prizes: N. C., to take work leading to

< N C last week took an active dance given by the Sub-Deb Club went won by Walter Coldlng, Din I a master' degree in education, and
part lit the week' activities. Mn. for their friends at the"Homestead W. M. U. ASKS DISTRICT Groover and J. D. Conner. I Francis Livermore will take work"
Bessie Brady local captain and Country Club Friday night. CHAIRMAN TO COME JULY Other Pe.rll at the University of Florida leading -
present Mn.
: deputy, assisted In the nag raising Mr. Mrs. A. W. Taylor of Belle were: to a master1 degree in political
Included and
Those present : .
ceremonies each and Glade, personal service chairmanof Cooper, Mr* Ruth Godwin, Mn.Ellen .i
morning science.
Mn. Geo. Frick, Mr. and Mr*. S.
Martin, Miss Bonnie Groover I
the Woman's Union
f took part Inhe maid worker L. West, Mr. arid Mrs. J. S. Gauxeni Miss Dollle Carter, Miss Ethel I Miss Myrtle Kerfoot will attend
Miami Association,
of the
Baptist :
meetings Mr* France the Coker Mr. and Mn. M. D. Hartman, will be asked to come her July Martin, Miss Flossie Gordy, M;.! the Florida State College for Worn
appointed on courtesy
Miss Jane Keely Miss Mary Ran- Coker, J. T. Martin, Leo HlUlard, en in Tallahassee and Mn. Wm.
8 to Instruct the members of the
committed of the
( reporter group.
son. MIn Elizabeth Skill, Miss J a Connor, Leon HlUlard, Joe Bradley will go to the University
local Homestead union In personal ser
Mrs Florence Pacetti. guard
Fay Rogers Mime Iva and Nina Hardee and Elmer Martin. of Florida.
vice work at an all day meeting,
ian took part In the guardians'meeting
Dyal, Mia Jane Gatlin Miss Cleo
Mn. J, G. Wynn will attend
Miss Counce the members decided at the,
Myrtle received -;
Carter, Mb Mosley Sever, Miss of the union held Southern College:lit Lakeland. ,__'
Instruction lit managing a monthly meeting 10 Girl Scouts to Spend ?
Virginia Hodge Miss FrlaclUa Mrt. W. R. Mr W H. Fl.
Junior erganltathmi and Mr*. Bar I to the church Wednesday tfter- Bird ,
thins Miss
tread, Allis King, Virginia Week
on Key Disease field Mn.
ah Martin received instruction in I noon. Virginia Edwards. Mis
Frlck, Mill Nina Pearl Bush, Mary Jackson and Miss Eula!
various phase of the work Clrcli Two under the leadershipof Ray
Twenty state were represented I Mist Helen West, Miss Betty Bowen of *. J. C. Vsnn, conducted the Teh Homestead girl scouts, Mn.Frank begin work at the University bt
at the meeting and 720 delegate MIn Bobble SummerUn Miss brogram. Mn. Vann led In the Skill, their captain\ And four Miami Monday.
Marcia Gauzeni, Miss Hehrlettt
attended. I devotional servic On the pro- other adult will leave this morning -

Mn, Brady remained to visit for Hartman, Edwin Lawrence, WhIt- gram were: Mr. Bert Andrew. on the l camping '..._, ...."_"'.__...........;" ..............
a few day in Lake Junaluska,i ney Beam Cecil Carter, John Walton Mn. Wright, Mrs. Annie Butler trip to Key Biscayne which Is NAt ANiA
Robert Earl Branch Pierre
and on the way home will stop at Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. T. E. Kirby, owned by Mrs Hugh Matheson bf
TallahasM to visit relative for I UcDanlel, Carson Malcolm,Marvin Francis Mn. J. 8. Hartfe and Mr J I Coconut Grove. .___"..._tiil..I ,""' ..oI....
Tommy Collins.
two month 1 PrItchard Jack Gatlin, Joseph and W. Gilmer. Scouts going are: Elizabeth Skill, (Continued From Page Five)
Mrs. Pacettl topped In Jacksonville Geraldine Reitz, Mary Frances Mn. John Brown was a visitorof
Robert Gauzeni, Earl Smith, John
I to visit relative for a few Fredrick, Harry Brown, OthaHackler. WOMAN'S CLUB ADMITS Arthur Virginia Dorsey, Elizabeth I Mn. R. C. Jackson Sunday af-
day THREE NEW MEMBERS Mcllwaln, Wava Horton, Barbara ternoon.
W. H. Carter Frank
j Mrs. Coker Mr Martin and I Basso, Duke West Carl Deden, Three new members were admitted Blggen, Carol Walker, Athley
Mist Counce returned to Homestead -, Billy Geronlmo, Theodora Franklin to the Woman's Club of Kemp arid Vera Rheney. Miss Betty Blakely of Miami
night. I Homestead Tuesday afternoon Others In the party will be Mr.
Sunday Clayton:: Lehman ahd Albert was a visitor et Mia Joan Graham
I Reltz. when it met for the Jut Urn this and Mrs. Richard Canfield ot Miami Friday night
1 O. T. CLUB TO HAVE season: Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mn Mrs. J. R. Brook and MID
Paul and Mrs. Geo. MSonnichsen. .! Donnell Of Miami.
t PICNIC NEXT THURSDAYMembers I Reynolds Dorothy
Mrs. Virginia Moody 1* leaving
of the O. T. Club decided -
Friday for an extended stay at the
\ question of due and pen- : APPOINTEB The next meeting of the club Expression Class Will Sun Ray hotel in Miami for a rest
aJu..t their ,meeting yesterday Chairmen of standing commit: will be on Oct. 13. '
1 Business Appear in Miami Show cure. :
Homestead -.t
afternoon at the home of Min I tee for the w -
Tread. and Professional Women' Club '
FrUdlla Next Thursday meeting will For the coming year announced it Thfe Calendar I Mr*. Geo. E. Reed' expression 'Rudolph amen was a visitor
Monday night' meeting by Mn. class hat accepted an Invitation to at the home of Mr. and Mn. IL
be held at the "seven mile" rock: -i
t pit. It was decided, and all members L L. Bow, president are: program. June I-Buslnes* meeting oi appear on a program to be given H. Graham Tuesday.KEEP .. .. .
are to faring lunches. Mrs. Wm. E. Myers; education Bp.W.e. I
After the business meeting the Mr*. C L. Ooley; membership, allies
I June 12-.Areme Club meeting
hostess served punch and cookie Mrs. B. F. Collier; health, Mn. 8.
with Mr*. Gunle Joiner.
L. Dickinson public relation,
Those present were: Mia Ruth I ;
!i Tower. Miss Jean PItman Mill Mrs. Clna Stewart; International June -W. M. S. circle meeting

Hazel Sullivan Miss Dorothy relation, Mn. B. L. Blggen; publicity *. your
tkunnan. Miss Mary Moon, Min I Mn. Wm. M. Johns; legislation June It Woodmen' Circle
t Leola Little and Min tread.L Mrs Myers; magazine, Miss bunco party at home of Mr*. Alice white shoes
Inex Bevls; and research, Welter at 8 p. m.

MR. AND MRS. SCHAFF Bow. MtI'l I June 18-Comus Club meeting .t looking like
: ENTERTAIN CLUB I Mrs. A. C. Easton W. K. Walton home. this
quiz the first part ol the new easy
Five table of bridge were la I' June 18-Orange Blossom Club
volume of a set of pamphlet on
play when the Comus Club met meeting at home of Mrs. FlorencePacetti. Clean and
error In English.Mrs I
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. HE.Schorr I t
f t Thursday of last week the departmentUt, Ctoa SuiwarUjJo*%( the talk fed on June 19Dade County Rom polish them with Elkay'sWhite
Mr T, J. Faust and 'H., P. Mo Demonstration achievement day
Daniel won high coi4 prizes,.for rat Ing of government the clubfran f open! !season on-+1 I program In court house In MUmk. I II I I Shoe Cleaner and

I I I W guest K., and Walton Mr*,. E.the A.high Ames score and June announced.13,* the brogrim{\; chapman 1 ,,,, June 1ft-d. J, S. meeting. Polish. Removes dirt,
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prizes for Club member, i; June -Open meeting ot

Guest present were: Mr. and P.. W. C atttl lnr of 'a.M.- L. t. grease and stains in a jif
Mn A. A. Payne, Mr. and Mn.McOanlcl Mr. and Mn. J. H. Webster. Miss Bow at 8p.m. I

I Mr. and Mr Faust, Mr. Alt Webster Miss Henrietta Hartman June 2ft--Ladle*' night at tied fy. Can't be beat for white canvas, kid,
Elizabeth .Fuch and Buckner and Mia Elizabeth Skill weredinner land District Lion Club.
B aaey! guest Sunday of Mr. and July S Presbyterian Men calf and buck shoes. Try it.
Club member present Were: Mr. Mn. Wlngfleld Webster It .thelr ub dinner meeting at home or
f and Mrs. J. a Webster, Mr. andMrs Roney Plaza .cabana at Miami I. and Mrs. J. M. Holferty/ .

Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and Mr Beach. .
i C J. Parman, Dr. and Mrs. Frank
Hautman Mr. and Mrs. Walton
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luncheon wi planned by members W I I True; beauty demandi AND
of the Woman' Auxiliary of gU the best of car at all
) St John' Church at a meeting I time, Whether
1110 genuine
held at the homo of Mn. J. A. wave a facial, .' ".
I Hook Friday afternoon. Mr*. J. EUGENE Permnhebttat. a manicure, or any Qfthe '
i E.: Gauxena conducted a program other essential aids :
I A.Whist "w.huncI.. to beauty, you'll find :: 25c

hub* tttrt.-dun's m* the killed operators at
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For ..e do genuine Eugene quickly at any tune.CroQulinoU .
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Sales. t.t.. "drew" your CMnblnaUett
VeneWa Arcade Miami
lisle lot die stiMO, wild ..* PERMANENT WAVES
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Florida Plans Winning 1 I delegates. from .*Mf citper aDd: seal far Future farmers by the *,, ;
team from each chapter compete! Florida Forest Service. 1 J Y >
SCHOOL NEWS Exhibit at Cleveland.in livestock judging, grab event*,,, The '......... of our Judging j f/"', S ,
and. similar aottvitiee,, ad wfcara teem has not yet bean selected .hat | /j .tIt '
Cleveland June 11 (FNS)-Every representatives from the respective is hoped Nut the boys who comf j j
indication points to Florida's districts of the state engage. pew it, as well as those in other. J t .,'
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w.w wwrw.'"wwww.wnn- '"-"m w w- w. w w w w w w w. \
;: I "stealing the show" at Cleveland's I in pwb speaking, musical contests can teats, will make a good showing t
HONOR ROLL Mary Radford Elizabeth Peterson, Great Lakes Exposition, Just as etc. Wilbur Wood and John and add to the winnings of- X ""
I Twelfth grade, Mrs. Scott's Ardcl Parman, Doris Cheshire,! she did at a Century of ProgressIn aorgardt are the delegates who those six priae winners already \{ ; 1
room: high, Ruth Tower Annie John Taylor. Lewis Murray, Chicago Working day and will represent> our chapter and announced i
Mae Booth, Clarence Froscher, Wayne Lawrence, Harry Bishop night on 24 hour shifts, artisans Donald Sickle, Wilbur Wood and Our state convention will be ,1? ", .
Richard Mattaoa, Oth. Hackler; 8eooad grade: curry Rice, Marie and laborers have been working Warren Wood are applicants for honored with the presence ef Mr. ,
.1: low, Lois Whitehead, Fern Robertson Connor, Margaret Edwards, Betty feverishly to put the Florida exhibit the Future Farmer third degree, J. A Links federal agent for the J
,, Jean Pat-man, Mary Moon, Mae Gatlln, Mary Frances Morton in shape for the opening that of SUM Farmer. Southern region, at our Woveni* .
Jewel Campbell, Laban Bishop Eileen Scherr. Billy; Brown, scheduled for June 27. The week following the convention tton sessions, and by Dr John J. vTlgert
Earl Rohrer, Clayton Lehman, D. Hubert Nichols Jerome Scherr, Officials estimate an attendance Walter Thompson and president of the University I i };
R Dellmger, Aubrey Cheshire W. Jacqueline Geiger" Edna Revel. of several millions as the exposition : Billy HUsoa, who have earned the of norida who will be thlllrIncIf.: I
H Carter. First grade: James Brown, J B. will draw from the thickly right to do M. will attend the two pal speaker at our banquet Thursday }" I

Eleventh grade, Mrs. Becker's Morton, Bobby Morgan, Donald populated areas of Ohio, New week tree vocational forestry campat night, culminating our con- (' .
room: high, Geraldine RelU Elizabeth Posey Junior Pope, Charles York. Michigan, Illinois and Canada Oleno, near High Springs spon ventlon. '?
I Skill, Florence Pancoast, Stephens, Iris Martin Jane Moon, ,
Nora Akers, Buddy Fitzpatrick; Mary Nixon, Dowel Alexander, Florida annually draws I large, :
low Tommy Collins Robert Gaurem Caswell Bentley, Dale Faust, Donald tourist trade from this territory I
Rudolph Young. Neeley, Joe Nesbitt, Gene Reynolds and it Is believed that the Florida '
> Tenth grade, Mrs. Field's room: Noel Stcffanl, Alfred Tom- exhibit at Cleveland this summer! .
high, Alta Webster Evelyn Pope, erlin, Winifred Danzey, Eugenia will result In directing: thousands' I
Francis Lott Henrietta Hartman, Draper, Barbara Ann Robinson, of tourists to the state next fall: !
., Cecelia Harper, Effie Booth, Eugene Wakefleld.Ruth Rutland, Barbara Gene and winter I .
Scherr; low, Ellen Vann, Florida has been favored with
Phyllis Parman, Dorothy Home, one of the choicest I locations on the I
The high school honor roll Is not
; Norms Gossman Nina Pearl Buth. exposition grounds while midwest I
complete The rest of It will be In 1
Ninth grade, Mr. Blackburn's, next week's paper. newspapers have been generous 45
room: high Madge Thompson-, with publicity concerningthe
cille West, Edna Booth, Virginia The two'reporters forth* high Florid ehowiREDLAND I
Dorsey Ma+e1roaaxrna; BanksByrum Knool notes, Hells Souls and Leola i Ii t
;; low, Louise Harris, Elizabeth ,, ,. 1 1w ,
Little thank the principal, the --"'-""' --
r Mcllwaln. 1' teachers and the pupils for their F. F. F.
.... Eighth grade Idles Hayden'sroom splendid co-operation during this
IIIfr'! ,: high Herbert Booth, Mary school year. By Donald LairAnnouncement i
f Francis Arthur Nina Dyal, Mildred i ...-w..ww/wwwwwwwwww ......w'" :

Field, low, Elwln Cooper, Colin English Wins has Just been received "
Henry Dodson Darwin Camber '
that Redland Future Farmers -
In 60 of 67 Counties ;
;, Edward Kirby, Edwina Close Margaret ;I
who won prizes in the crops
Field, Rschael Cowman, I _
contests and
Watson Clermont, June It-Colin: English the. essay
Mary Miriam Robinson.
sponsored by the Chilean Nitrate I
who carrIed 60 ef Florida's
Eighth grade, Mr. Lucas' room of Soda educational bureau for
t high Goldia Grennell, Constance 87 counties, and whose election as Future Farmers will be awarded I!
; Scherr Francia state supervisor of public instruc-
West, Harry Pierce, Judson Piche; tion on June 23: seem assured. their convention prizes in at their Gainesville annual June state III'' REMODEL REPAIR \
low Elizabeth HalM.rjorle will bring. to the states school
1e. 17 and 18.
Webb, ROM Reitz, Joseph riche administration training, experi- i
Seventh grade Mrs. Johnson'sroom ence and ability which are ex- Redland Future Farmers who, Now is the time to remodel and repair your
Iris pected to reflect strongly In Increased won prim in these divisions Include I
: Capllnger, Mary
Grace English Wanetta Koestline, school efficiency Wilbur Wood, Marlon Hendereoa property while materials and labor can be obtained
katherine Orfanedes Doris As teacher principal and county Alvin Prothero and War-
Warr, at lowest cost. We will be glad to give
Wood and these and other
Edwin Booth Roy Pullen; low, superintendent he has had varied ren
Virginia Klnner Frances Lamb, experience which acquaints him member of the chapter who expect :' you estimates and suggestions without charge or :
Catherine Williams! Annie Laurie with all branches of school activity to attend the convention an
obligation] to We will gladly supply the
Willis. Fred Fuchs. Joy Newton. and knowledge of school now building a esnopy-top body 1' you.
Sixth grade: James Nesbitt Dolly administration was recognized last with teats to fit on the truck that finest quality material at economically low cost.
Carter, Edna Forte Mary Lou year when he was invited by the will be used for transportation.
of Florida to direct the These boys finance such activities -
Pierce Mildred Batts Mary Jo
Close, Esther Rucker, Doris summer courses la that subject a* this by digging and selling! Let Us Assist/ You In Getting ,
Thompson, ;Marjorie Connor La- Voters fIl Florida have been attracted trees, work projects, etc., and individual Loans for Remodeling '
mar Dickinson, Lewis Eaker. to his candidacy strongly assessments on memben i iI
Fifth grade: Mary Francis Rut- by his pledge that he will give for the purpose. ,
land, Athley Kemp, Hilda Dodson frequent reports as to how the The state conventioln 11th'
Dolores Pappy, Sara Wells, Fred taxpayers' money is spent, as wen high-light of the Future Farmer
Hobart, Carl Alexander, Virginia as other information which will year where the business of the] W. D. Horne Co. Inc.
Hobson be of interest. and value: state association Is transacted I !J

Fourth grade: Robert Aspley ,
Tommy Harris, Eugene Lott Joe --- br'I I
Mistretta, Barbara Bigger, Aids I feel deeply grateful to tttoee friends who supported me 'I I Homestead, Fla. Phone
Connor, Virginia HUliard, Gloria In my campaign for Judge. I have the kindest feelings toward I i 507'j i
Waldrop, June Vann, Vara Rhen- those who did net support me. I accept the verdict of the voters I.
ey Esther Knight,. Clarice Dod- cheerfully and with no hard leelln,.. I enjoyed the campaignand I I
son.Third made new friends. I shall strive to conduct myself la the I ,'jI"
grade: Shirley I"
Doris Ada Dodson fatore w M te merit your eenUaned respect sad esteem. : I rif

er, Crietja Terberg, Mary DallZeT'j
ber Pearl shelter Anne W. ROSS BURTON. I II ( \
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It Is Impossible for BM to see "
each and every Voter who supported

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VM4I For tinned suPport.

COLIN ENGLISH ter' To those ., yea who saw nt In ttttct

forSuperintendent r to veto for the ether candidate All day I..y :

of "" I will appreciate year nppert
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Public Instruction: I !I. the second primary R

TrtUcJ, :Xiprrtraeed, Capable -
-. Native ef Florida _, + IL LESLIE QCIGO. I Every night after 7... M.on .

Beware of the unjust propaganda that is being i i both statlon-to-statlon and peraoo-

WHY O. SMUT rOCT "8. .* to-peraon long distance telephone .
AMERICAN LEGION spread about me. I promise to make you the best Calls to most place t

a.Uorta.. gnt, AMrtraei sad third t*WwkwMlafev Uu aids, Sheriff Dade County ever had. I Southern Bell Telephone and TcU jraph Co. '

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Paa Ten THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, June 12, 19a6.. I

.,....._...,....".. "..,..".. ....,.,...""""..."- -- .......""" '" Nice has arc a* plentiful as trees But I'd rather slam. the poem, and CLASS WILL

within a forest. leave me as I sun 1
. The Redland Rattler (Wilbur Woood a bd whom many I think this rhyM could be lot By Ould Leg gett

girls .est) worse. We,,the denier. Claw of Red land
nitf cannot ace tile forest for the I'm absolutely peattlv It could High aehMl of DBde'Coontj. and

............,.." ....,..,.....,..,.........--.., ......".."......-" -, wood, not be \1'1I1) State of 'Florida. being of sound
to fact, they would not If they But should e'er the walt of poverty ad deposing mind and
turned and KId memory
(Continued From Page Into a nursery Dearwas
I celebrated could come growing to my door do make, publish and declare tit.OW' .
Ella Whiiuoith The ,.. I'll read this class poem to him-
of th.. ship that bought their I About this time the passengers Let's PIta little moment n our He won't come back for more Kit will and testament here-
I'U for Unit staterooms : were forced to abandon the ship roundelay by revoking and mulling any and
still with us lire Lillian I as it was slaking from under then. Concerning the intelligent*, a aU will, or wills by us heretofore.
Wilbur Wood ,pay Nelson Captain and pilot could steer tor line v two we'll say. GIFTS TO CLASS ARTICLE I 1
hum Chambers. Thomas \u no longer Well fortified with Unlike most select and elect of the To the faculty H a whole and to
(" im|,bell met Robert Cast life belts of acquired education intelkstt By Robert Cad Mr. Wagner In particular we leave
I and though many whirlpools Emily Payne bill personalityI "Hog Kan" (Harry Hammings)
At I Port s(", und Grade I our best wtshee tar ret and peace-'
rough voters lay between s -two large safety pin to pin
ful night, until the
uipta I 1.i nn( :\ Gray, and next claw
I hate to break down and
confess ,
back his
our goal, we headed bravely men."Percy"
Hoi Vil,I 0 i pilot took (' r starts demanding Ha senior privlges -
the distant shore of Success, (Wilson Walsh) a .. .
,.f thi I"I, i "H"r r pilots that (Don't tell Mr. Wagner-we will
whose banks we could see string for stringing them along."Mae" .
., Eta few M]
i rg' i i 0| let him ) I AKTICLIII
prosperous towns of fame and guess (Marjo Macey)--a parachute
urn I' [P, md the world We sometime broke the rules of : TO Mr. Dehiney we leave the
:Miss. f.ll \Mi,'H..'.rth IoIIId Worthy this beloved Institute to let some boy down easy."Wib" privilege of not picking up our

TAm I I""'n ". 'tluirl grade I I. Markham was the noblest breakerof (Wilbur Wood'J-a can to trash next :year We know he fully
Kilhln i ( Nan ( Port CLASS POEMBy them all to boot! can his can'ts !If he expects to suc appreciate this bttagARTICLE .

(,rlldel.1, Margaret Yvonne Prothero tie kept the faculty In aw*. ceed. III
( Poll Filth, GrrdO, and W* named him "Necessity," for "Cootchle" (Robert Cast) aI
Romans, fellow sufferer!
1. Iderstnn\ (Port I bottle of lea To Mr*. Greer, we leave all the
dura necessity knows no law) I ; water to cool his over
i me your ears (though am
pie that we're can't
Guide Mergers, that I i exuberant spirits. tarry we eat
when wi Mopped to visit not deaf) Mildred and Oulda never break I next year, and our table with the
la harder on me than it is on thel1e.1 "Tommy" (Thomas Lee Campbell dirty dishes stacked on It.
teresting places on our i )--a line to hold his blonde.
were: Yvonne Prothero you-It or not ([They just are never caught, for "Jew Baby" (Oulda Leggett, ARTICLE IV

Ross, Oulda Leggett, came here to praise the Seniors, they are not fools) a bottle of peroxide because they I, Robert Bruce Cast, do bequeath -
Campbell, Virginia Delanry, Jo bury them. They know how-to run things say gentlemen prefer blondes, I I my fine sense of humor to
Macey Harry Hemmtngs, good they d6 dies forever (Just what to do) Bill" (Wm. Chambers):; set! Kenneth Chambers, May It never -
Prothero, Donald Sickle and They sometimes run *m ragged
their evil lives ont! of. hair curlers I run dry!
M ull1n. tool "Wllford" (Willard Henderahott) L LiUiaa Lucille Swilley, 4t be-

Our Journey was Just halt now, Bob Cast, our'' noble Bill has athletic laurels on his --* bottle of hair raiser so he can I (Continued on Page*Eleven)
when the crew and president brow. grow a mustache rlaturally for
were transferred to another laud him to the ikies- Is could browse on his laurels, plays. I
a much larger and better not the sky the limit somehow "Jaime" (James Hathaway) a

our excitement while that's what h* thinks. Beware, young man, 'tis an age of flytrap so he won't have to catch I'' GROVE
our new ship we rocked the Pardon us while we suppress a I progress, Pies with his mouth.
Those pilots who so laugh) i Life's not a freight train, It'* II "Swilley" (Lillian Swilley) -t THEATRE
guided the ship and its lets change the subject, the I speedy express! a doll baby so she'11 get used to the i COCONUT GROVE
through the Sea of Learning : predicate, I Idea Shaw 1 and t Admission tale
Mrs. Edna Bozeman, Mr. the meter of this work of : Lillian Swilley's free from guile- "Von, (Yvonne Prothero) a,
Matinee Sat and San
Hudson and Mrs Henry art !, We like her style: we like her box of candy so she won't have ttf
Although several new smile- to stuff for lays, I ltel B. ...
Joined us when we stopped me present Harry Hemmlngs She's an expert seamstress, and "Hub" (Markham Neill)-some
Port of Seventh Grade, some to you- this may seem strange Ipana for polishing up his smile to SUNDAY-MONDAY
ped at smaller places along has a scientific attitude, true! But when she cooks she' perfectly pacify Mrs Russell Otto Kruger
bet his
way to make their home weighs twenty at home on the rsnge "Stan" (Stanley Prothero) _I' In
transferred to other ships In ton some fertilizer to put in his shoesto
to at least two ounces more thanEdlaon' Experience I teaches, but InnocenceIs "Dracula's
continue their Journey .. i bliss. help him grow Daughter"TUESDAY
The next the "Fatty" (Ralph Mullln) tin
stop ( year --a
W* wonder If Dot Ross knows .
brought us a new captain for cheer (not Bronx cheers) this. medal for not dropping senior English I I WEDNESDAY

courageous ship and Its for Marjo Macey, Tls tritely, rightly said that WILL ROGERS
ers Captain Gray had wittiest"'member she has a I "Jinny" (Virginia Delaney) -
be 'a great captain, and the : prefer a blonde, a pillow so she won't get hurt from Jn
are scarce but, Dorothy
sengers hated to see him leave making bright wisecracks and don't falling 'hard. ,
despondGeorge "AConnecticutYankee"THURSDAYFRIDAY
the Journey from Port light repartee! : "Dot" (Dorothy Ross -a fishhook
Grade brought us an knows all the answers(Gee! Warren would bring home to catch a aucker. I
but profitable trip under the Thy say J A's Instead of Bs "Tiny" (Emily Payne) a

e ins hand of Captain Carl was"L comes from being In questionable And all his teachers he would horseshoe Be h.ppy..o-Lucky. >I Claude Rains
With his conscientious places!) I please. "Soupy" (Mildred Campbella )-
5, s. Knowledge was kept Marjo's well-posted (Emily j But he had too much "rhythm In pass to get out of school as she in
on the cows' Several Posted; in social graces his nursery rhymes never had one before. I "CLMRWAIIPSATURDAY
Joined the ships company ip itl I She's gifted with a "Porgy" (Geo. Warren Fletcher
year but Iml) one still brain Ralph and Roy are our star athletes )-a toy airplane for feaV hell

'board", W illurd Headecthott head not a halioorUkmere I never get a larger one
pilot.was Mia Handea SliwoM. target tot rain. I Famed feats for the greatness of their "Goat Face" (Roy Nelson) a "EVERY SAT. N1GBT"
hip passed through me I compass so he won't lose his way
squall and most of the the worlds a stage and most I If you can knock a real home run. on beach parties I MICKEY MOUSEIATJNEE
of us have stage fright You don't have to b* a football
took the trip standing up I "Swab" (Donald Sickle)--wmr SAT. 2P.M.
nearly lost our soles and the James and Willard-they are I hero, ion! sleeping pills to overcome the hard FREE CANDY PRIZES
was worn with the contact of mighty heroes In the fl'ay- I Wilson Just flirtatious! He loves desk In English class
feather One of our members sometimes they act the villians 'em, then he leave 'eml!
washed overboard In the In the play. They say that h 'a the brute who
Matrimony. today and gone tomorrow! stole Dan Cupid's darts .

Having only a few more 'Tomorrow and tomorrow and Come on, Wilson, have a heart.
make before our destination tomorrow But please Mr. Gable, not our te

steamed out of Port Ninth In this petty place from day hearts

determined to steer straight to day,' Tommy Is the answer to every
r the Journey was completed. a* a snail who took paralysis maiden's prayer,
i two years that followed were six month ago," But i sine the girl have stopped
ed with rough sailing but the poor Stanley "That's how their praying ,
company was ably guided by I grow!" Take advice from Fred Astalre,
first mates, Mr. Howard Root up. Stan, ole pal you know I "In dealing with a girl or a horse.
Mr. C L. Ooley The time for take longer than weeds to You should Just let Nature take Its Why Risk a
ing grew shorter fewer grow course."
gen Joined Wilson Walsh Napoleon! Boy! Could
James Hathaway cams, on ,h* fight! In what be? profession will Don Sickle Bad ly Worn Roof ?

our ship from their passing .
I ]! H* was mighty though In When he embarks on Life's roughsea
era.When size Just a mite. ? ",
.j we left the Port of of taking life like a man A minister, a doctor, or Just a I
enth Grade we were under ( .,'* a darn good sport. house erector? YOU never know when a badly worn roof
of Pilot
guidance she take her friends as If kissing were an art, he'd be an spring t leak. But you do know that
Goodman. A sister
ship she finds them. art collector!
the same coure, was Just number shes never been I the leak may be costly.
us A play, "Peg o' My short Here's to our room parent,

was given aboard the ship for she "could be the owner of a To Mrs Torbert and Mr. Owens Check up on any doubtful roof, and get our
love and thanks.A .
tertainment and to raise
banquet the ship that wu Urge would Industry"say, "Not for me, toast to Mr. Baker money saving price on Carey Roofings or

guest Two of Its rather lead the band." With us he surely ranks Shingles to replace them. W* can supply the l

Markham Neill and George t (secretly) I bet she'd mean Now as for me-I ought to give right roof for any building large or small I
er, remained on board to finish rather hold Ms hand." myself a slam
Journey with! ut

Our trip was almost over
our destination in sight The Brooker Lumber Co
DR. 31. A. BERGER .
took on Its last and best pilot, DR-B. E. GATLIN
M, B..j rite, As $; e course had
Jong:' ad 1ltveohte! only: Dentist
two passengers remained on DentistOffice Phone 62 Homestead, Fla:91

A new passenger Emily
36 N. Krome Avenue
cam on the ship lust as the
in Hausman Bid ,
was Almost finished This ? Upstairs
w* were entertained by our !

sister ship with a banquet Phone 83 : Office Hours 8:30-1:30 l
dance. We also provided .
tainment for the two ship OPEN EVENINGS COATING

a mystery play. 'Mystery at !. HOMESTEAD, fLOaUDA. Bl APPOINTMENT
night! On oee,day the ship '

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and IJRGED AT MASSCHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ......." ....-.....--..-- ;

und and June 14-A unified service (Continued From Page Tan) RATE:: First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent mserttonat ;

ory. I SESSION Sunday morning for with special queatli Graham my and trim Melba figure Smith.to Mary a line ; It

this program Children' Day
bat no regular preaching service I, Markham Trenton Neil]. do ,.

re-and ton, Jut* U An appeal to Sunday school will begin bequeath my winning ways with FOR RENT !I LOST

Christian Scientists to work for at 1* sad program at about Mrs. Russell to Kenneth Hawks. !

ore.H' Demonstration of world peace, "Ja. 'lrepUe n lecture May your trips to study hall be FOR RENT-rurnlshd apt Also LOST-Ring set with large diernond !

thefcrenduig of reports by church br Dr. Tbs. H. Sprague at few and) far between. cool neatly furnished cottage and two sapphires Liberal 1

ito officer on the various activities a p. a I, Mildred Louis Campbell, do lie N. W. 4th St. HMD) I reward. Mrs. Anne Polk Foulk. I

avelass ogjthe movement throughout theworld (pHI
bequeath my ability to chew gum I
ice-' and sustained demand for FOR RENT-Hou>* on RedUnd
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE loud and vigorously to Margaret
>'r1t11\11 of Mary Baker Eddy, CHURCH Shrouae and Serafina Orifice. More road, t roms, unfurnished $15 )

ItithR- 41 C9 v rer and founder of Chrlsv power to you.I for summer months House on
'In Science, marked the annual Jon U Lessen -MTtnen Redland road, furnished, S rooms TUNING and repairing j
topic "God Thomas Lee Campbell, do be- Good used piano for sal cheap.
Ling of the mother church : the Preserver of $20 for summer months. W. M. ?'
Man." queath my claim on blondes to Brodie. W. E. Koon. I IS N. W. 3rd St
!First: Church of Christ, Scin Grady Cowan. May they be plentiful -
| Boston, Mesa
our : nEAL ESTATE :
Illy William Chambers Jr.
I, Luther ,
I Tomlinaon of Boston aa prsJfjcnt CHURCH do bequeath my talkative natureto SALE 1121 Chevrolet !I ACBK.4GES AND GROVESI
Of the mother church way June -Morning message In Redland .
Leonard Cash. May his tongue coach excellent condition Priced specialize properties.Send
She succeeds Dr. "Love": evening "It
announced. message of
me your listing propertyfor
ncv t wear out.I
below the market if
the way
I*! Passing Away
:Ffink C. Colby Mri. Tomllnwn sale.
eat Stanley Edwin Prothero, do said within the next week A. ;.
WJi'bom In Byron Wls. Aftergraduating CHARLES I. BROOK
the : bequeath my height to Alonco Bennett T. Jackson, across street from
from St. Helen's Hall, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH 110 N. E. First St., Miami
May he walk with his head Thurman Service Station. (pJ12)
4 well known Episcopalian private Holy Eucharist f .. BLI I -
I In the cloud.
school, she received a remarkable Sunday school ':.4J) evensongS i REAL ESTATE-Tlo a who want
>e- healing In Christian Science which Pm.Jan 1, Donald Woodrow Sickle, do to buy or sell Redland District
time to set grass Dig It. measure
toIv brought her Into the practice of M Saturday 8. bequeath my "free speech" to I I.Jt real estate will find up-to-dot
It yourself for 33c: a busheL Soc:
this religion. She was at one time Ranubw Day t Holy seharf___ Stanton 3rcy.] Win never be dug. It M Ljpn,,, .. listing in our cftice. Many olths
a delegate appoiatedjp,ttie.gnyt ...LLI,!tMJM. .r k'.. overheard, J ( listing are. still ai subnormal
10- emor-of Oregon'to a 'COnference I, Marjo Macey do bequeath my FOR SALE: 4-burner Coleman price W* shall appreciate *

I of woman's-organltations In Paris. REDLAND COMMUNITY fondness for Cash to Gwendolyn with oven and broiler. Virgil either your Inquiries or

l11Jl4 'the was In London England CHURCH CampbelL May she never ,rowmercenll'J. tt Lyon, as W. Mowry St (jeS) your listings all of which will

at the outbreak of the World have our best attention. Now M
.. Wr and did service under Mrs. R. Core will conduct Rev.services Harley I, Harry Lalng Hemmlngs. do ROOSTER, T young W.: Leghorn I the time to buy. B. VT. Morris,
Herbert Hoover In relief activities. pullets IS. rry-rs .5c. Yearling now associated with II. A. Cameron
bequeath "Hog Ears to
. at 11 a. n.Presbyterian. my ,
the addition'of n HeV lurches Diaries Turner. May he forever. hens dressed or for laying eoc-I N. W. 1st St. In Citizen

and eight new university organizations flap 'em.I $1.15. Calf 10 mo. old and Bank Bid,. Phone 72.
to freshen reasonable Mrs.
Manse soon
making a total of 2791
Hazel Yvonne Prothero do bequeath
. branches of the mother church Plans Given Approval my surplus avoirdupois to Bill Sykea.BEAU'tlFUI.. WANTEDWANTED

and Sj college and university organizations Mary Fisher and Mary DiNatale. .. WHITE, pink-eyed i
-Man and wife to occupy -
was announced by the
Be careful of the curves. rabbits. Both Hexes. Full grown.
of Plans for a manse for the Homestead furnished house on rove, .
department branches! and
practitioners Make PETS. Soc each H.
Presbyterian Church I. Emily Sherwin Payne, do be- good
were rent free, now to Sept. 1. Reference -
among approved at a meeting of the queath my dancing ability to Myr- M. Lyon Longview Rd., or see *. Box 620, Route No. I.
new societies was one Presbyterian Men's Club at the tie Luckey and Willis Mae Cason. Harold Lyon .I S. Krome. Homestead. (J1J-I9)
formed by the natives In. ------------
a mountain home of Mr. and Mrs J. R Hick- I May they never be wall flowers GUAVA JUICE tl gallon. J
of the per
Philippine Is
lands. They bad been son In Naranja Monday night when I I I, Willard Lowell Hendershott Jungle Grove, Redland. MANGOES, SAPODILLAS and ,
holding ser- submitted by s committee constat do bequeath my dignity Ormand aU kinds of tropical fruits and 1

. I a period of years and ing of J. M. Holferty, A. F. Ar- Cash. GRAPEFRUIT 7Sc per bushel: vegetables In season. Highest ,

lover year where came they to.were the point able thur and the Rev. E. L. Nelson. ; I, Virginia Louise Delaney do ehayote for planting tIc: each. price and prompt settlement ,

aa a branch of the : D. P. Blake W H-Oweft Mr. bequeath my Interest in the Dixie Jungle Grove Redland. Writ advising ot quantities
Arthur and Mr. Holferty who Store to available variety and eatlit-nt "
mother church. I Drug Angelina Walih Sonl-Soct Pyrethrum Spray for '
ApproximatelySlOOQ! Christian form the financial committee, reported May she be more successful killing mosquitoes, ants, flies, shipping date. RAFAEL: RDA- retail
VILA CommiMkm
, Dentists representing every state the church membership! had I, Jtoy Albert Nelson de bequeath moths, etc. Pt. .So; gal $1.75. 120 Convent, Are. New York
approved a plan for
irflhe union and practically every borrowing my musical talent to Edgar Mahan, W. Bauer drive. ,

Civilized_ nation In the world attended money to construct the manse. George Wright. May he be the (slut) City.LEGAL "

the meeting. The main The club approved, also, a second Rubinoff some day I NOTICES

floor and three galleries were filled plan to purchase two lots in the I, Ralph Lawrence Mullin. do STEAMED BROWN BREAD anytime
,within rear of the church a* a site for the Saturday. Lb. coffee can .
a time after
the bequeath basketball
my ability to
manse alze 20c; with raisins or nub Ill the lurch Cart of Ik. Klmnlk J.- II
church doors were opened, the Raymond Albright Beware of 23c: Leave order at S. L. West ......1 Clrr.lt !. **4 for Dads Cleats.
overflow being A biographical talk Leonardo five Florida. N.. ,
accomodated in on year of high school.I. .
home lOt N. W. 6th St I* the JiI._ .f the ADOPTION or
the original mother church where da Vinci Was given by the Rev. Wilson Penning Walsh, do be- fMARUm KWHARO WHIUUON, M I.-
amplifiers were installed. Harley Core of Silver Palm. .nL
queath former jail haircut to LEGAL NOTICES
my .
N.Ure of 1.11 far AdN1/n
, ,Introducing the theme of world Dinner was served to nineteenmen Gordon Cross. May he never have f MlHM Al MM t
William by Mrs. Hickson. TO WHOMDOBVK 11 MAT CONWNNl
peace P. McKenzie for to comb It.
I. the Orr.lt Cart .l On EbwHhlrUI >.* TIM .M knk Ik. m-wr-
the past year chairman of the The next meeting will be at the I, Wilbur Leon Wood do bequeath < limit ., .....1... lit ..t. far Singed JOHN A. ; and RLIXAHCTH -
l board of directors told the audience home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hob my romantic attitude to the county .f !>.<... N.. 4101.aPXCIAI .. urir. will T MAnHKWS.to we nf tow ki.h.Jirfm l and of

"There Is a rising demand In ferty in South Allapattah Gardens Robert Vrana and Billie! Hartford NO. I Or DARK TAX COUNTY DCHOOL. FIXIKIUA.IMIUoiwr. DiaTRICT. tIe C. ,In >n4. for IK*. OMr..

tfu,?hearts of men for freedom and I July 3. May you live happily ever after ... RTATK!!: OF FLORIDA. R..l.W7141:111 .florid. Florida, nt the.'n Oounly the lltk Crust toy How of Jiw M Ml.ml. A.-

Justice. Can it be met by fair I, James Winton Hathaway do ;: : 11..11'.1" of the U...lIn.." D. IN. .1 the hour .il S,M A. M. or M
dealing? This requires &elt-gov-I bequeath my mathematical mind to SI(.Ml Knn.lr.. Bmtt of ".... tax OOH. thereafter ... mill application may beboard
jnment, does It ? Mrs. A. L. Chandler Hack _.. Dl.lrlrt N. I of DM c..." for *n onl r and Mora Hlkiil.lfurIk. .'
Instead Heaven
not of i Roy Campbell help you. Florida. Retail a P.rt *f the .*... adoption of I HAHI.IM RlfTIARUWHIOUnM. i
battling witaotliewt9set them After 3 Years in China I, Dorothy Pearl ROM, do bequeath Which 'W... Validated .ky Dow_ W This >n infant of Uw a*, of so.w..bnm.lr .
..... ...... fitter" m tS,, M low 0,14
right let a man become boisterous behavior ( R i>* May 14. IMI. I
right by my to J.b..5. M.ttk.nd RHuUlk T M.t.Ikon ,
.r.-.tar.- ) CITIZEN
"I. !*: AND
MmWf\ and lnflu Des file reel lay Lucille Drlggcrs and Mary Chalk- OF aPKCIAL TAX HVHUOI. DISIHICf bub... unit wlf*. and (n* Ik.kuuln .
bor by his good example." t '*Mr*. Tu-Chandler returiwtTto I NO I or LADE: COUNTY. FLORIDA: of the. n._ of Uw -.f nifuMt ;
Notion U Innby | that .-wnrl- IAMUKI ANTHONY MATTHRWaItuTt ,
Redland erI ( v.n an ;
Tuesday morning after
.% Mr. McKenzie designated the George Warren Fletcher, dobequeath I II ed onlar sad. and shred in Pursuant to thr pesahw at earlint t'
three years spent in China, for the th. Hwiurabli' tn IIjMI l in lu.lvr, of the the buv mlltM liy
way In which be I my ability to ask sit- niw ,.. .._ '
peace can reallz- most part In Soochow where. her Paul D R>rn.. Jiulirv <.r ..h.slut, ('ciurtof ( r .l of Florida, ml.DATK11
ad, pointing out that "when In a necasary questions to Charles Eichenbergcr Uw Eleventh Judicial .Irrull .if .UK .1 Miami, 04 stagy ".,t- I IoIa
branch church brother Dr. John Snell, was in I and Joyce Hilliurd. Curiosity West of rUirlrt. In and' f"r lh. 'iunlyuf ttU. 'lath day of Mw A. l>. IM. I
growth has been charge of the hospital which he I> <1.. on Mw n. !toss. ...1..1 the stun JOHN. A. MArTHtWs.
raad rto the point that members I killed the catI of KlorUta. KWlrini It. through the ltat.I ......AKICTH T MArTHRWfl
respect! one another and show deference founded a* a Methodist missionary -I Ii Outdo Leggett do beq A"or of MM 01..11.u rinse nuH onUK IRA (' HAYCOCK, Attim-r forJohn '
many years ago Dr. Snell died I StMi day W June. l.l.. .t tIe hour ,..fM A. Mathew and 1CI1.-
and courtesy, work la done my curly hair to Carlotta Ames eau.j .h-k.. MM. ol..Id..t tk. C4r oll T. ll.ttlirm. hiu>...... act wlfr/
after Mrs
Chandler started
W, fr(endl1nea.. May not time i shortly Olive Grunwell. Long may it Court Room In tin CimrthouM .... City ir
her return to the United States I of III.... In the County ,.f O... In "LIClrnlU. ,
;J>. coming! he asked, "when in : last ARTICLE V sake Ik. .odeIl..... .1.- R. I
congresses and parliaments good January To all our fellow high school fttnilln ....... .. .. Issued liywM .i\ 1

will of this sort will show" like Mrs. Chandler toured Egypt and : students we win bequeath all the l>....apMtal Cranny.TM should p"0 not ... validated N.. t and of \

harmonies and results?" the Holy Land on the way home. privileges we ever got, the gum eonflrmd.AM .
f She spent the Easter season at we Couldn't chew the low grades If an, U.("..e.lrht d..... "fact '
will Tae tclraol. l> No a kM a.vraM
Jerusalem where all events of that I w* didn't want the contracts In M .Imr WAY .hl M.d..h..W.. ,o", ,
12 Homestead III Boys time in Christ's life were ,,-J| English! we didn't get the biology be ...... Rod .alaased.. and ...,.Ii'...... h.is ,.
i pinioned to .law took .ache h.I r sal"1
fl Given Ag. Certificates acted in a program ef observance.i I experiment w* didn't do, the lee- ot tha laid time *ixi pl.. fit /

She then resumed her journey! turns w* got from the teachers 'rJtN"I: mr, In .D4 ttiptm> County.ml FIorIA.: ::'

Certificates ;of achievement In homeward by way of Italy FranC I'I the classes w* couldn't skip, the Oil* JllUi kv "f May. ISMB Could You Ask? 1'1

igricutur Were given to twelve and England.The line w* couldn't break In. the ... "'AlH'III"ease uf H..N,KltvMtk Ofcrt ol *Ih.OkniMt "..

boys of the graduating class of painting of flowers is Mrs |I cafeteria due to Mr. Wagner's MOul Circuit of .......... In gad r"r j

Homestead High School at the Chandler's hobby, and during heileisurely peeping, the dirty desks we kept !8>Ir.opMir J. lope Damn,CI.rk. .

I commencement exercises Tuesday return from China shcl i and the great athlete they c w. McrrnsMlWOi. 30,000 Miles on Tres'

night painted many of the flowers of the wouldn't lei us be.SENIOR .FHX44 1

UUi June>MC .. It I'".

.Layton Lehman and Sam Allen *' -" }?-; -'
received four-year. certificates. I NnTtc't ,
1'hree'ear NOTICC lit 'HKKICflr GIVEN That > Pro.enRuggedReliableCasperSedanTrucks
Va J. certificate Were given WELDING SHOP an4.nbeed W. ... KkllkrM .... Ohrht.. ;
Cloninger Aubrey Chesh ..'
FkWirWk. klw4l vltt < the tttU due
,ire, John Fredrick Laban Bishop, turn. lane ..ass rasa ft tk. N.w.wi.h I f
PRINCETON FLA. I AHkM of the, rimki Onset of UM ciratk .>-
Whitney team
Richard Mattson. fvtMM ClMWr W and for YOik
Earl Rohrer and Tommy Moffett C....."'. rWvM. .t the CnirUwOTr 'In IMHl i
Portable Electrl and Acetylene Welding on Cylinder Blocks County, FhvM. (w an ..... MMVWMUw
M..UoK W .. kt *wl Ukr swat
II Cylinder Head. Aluminum Coatings and Holler. the MM W k* mlni.tr four w wki
I Automotive Machine Eepalring-Catering U garage I* main CHUISTWC rHILBKICK fred
'loter* PmWSo bearing fmutmt and aUn>*4 reaming, connecting r4 pouring A sludge, for Powithantm Sal b>
Map ab. Jw .. it it)
end and
barlaw tjUmttt bertac
Irma nsinuircii! AND
Ir"DREb LnfEII I Lawrence Bros.

U. *..Wrens A.... J HOMESTEAD. rIA.Y .

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Page: Twelve THE LFADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 12, 1936.
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Negro Fugitive Found I the same day and later aeatenced
REDD REVIEWSFORMER to It yean la the state penitentiary -
West Coast Police
By mere managed to escape

SERVICEON The arm ef-the low etrvtehed I I broadcast Fein description to all law o*enforcement Morse were You Can Trust This ManA

from Homestead to Tar p e* agenotei Florida and neighboring
COMMISSION I Spring yesterday. when W' B. slates The eventual result Vote torPetteway
flowers district game warden, was a telegram received Wednesday -
and J. M. Scarborough ceaitable, by Scarborough from the chiefof
J. D. Redd, who WM county act forth tor the weal etfaat city police In Tarpon Spring sayIng .
commlseioner from District 3 for I to bring back Richard Mere,Nassau that McFee was held In Jan ,
14 year and seek to regain that there
negro for a preliminary bearIng awaiting dlsP lltion. Scarborough -
office after a voluntary vacation of before Peace Justice S. U and Flowers left Immediately -
two year, called attention yeater- I Kendrick on the dual charge of and are due back with IS A VOTE; FOR
day to the fact that he took the
and their prisoner today
violating the game law assaulting -
lead In Dade County part be .
construction of the Oversee High an GOOD GOVERNMENTFOR
way. eight month ago Game A blushing young woman handed ALL FLORIDA! I ',
:Warden Flowers arrested McFee the telegraph operator a telegram ""
Ten year after my work on and a companion, Ernest Delevaux to be sent which contained : t mfr
the TEC evene extension to I for dynamiting flan In the only the single word, 'Yej". Desiring Yea Support and Vote Will 1 r
West, I the idea of
Key got an
Oould caoaL On the way to the to be of real help to the Be Greatly Appreciated
ovenea highway said Mr Redd,
Homestead jail the two negroes patron of his company, the operator -
"but I mint admit that the extentof
overpowered Flower, robbed him said: "You know, 7011 can
my vlelon al that time was a of a rifle: and pistol and took to end nine more word for the All the Way With
highway from here to Upper Mate "
the wood Dclevaux was caught same price
eumbe I mentioned it to Mr.
Tweedell, commissioner from this "I know I can." replied the customer PETTEWAY!
district at that time, whom I succeeded. .county should be able It could retire -but don you think! it
Therefore when Monroe them or refinance them at a .would look like I am too anxiousIf
(l'oIltJoal.At"'* tttt hr rilnte) W. RALEIGH rKTTEWAT
County put forth IU big project lower rate ef interest I said It 10 ttmeerPathfinder.
for a highway all the way to Key -
Welt, I wee more than ready to
) co-operate aa tar ai Dade Court
Chase Sanborn Dated
1 ty'i end of it was concerned." EzcellCOFFEE

"Mr Redd Mid also that he helped
lay the ground work for the eatabllahment p
of the Subtropical a
Experiment Station here. W. J.
lb.--- -- 1.lb.pkg.Oc
Xrome before Me death promised
40 acre for such a station/ ,and that ,
land la now part of the experimentelation Daisy
grounds,he Mid. Excel

The preaent rural fire fighting MILKSave
equipment stationed at Redland GRABAK I CRACKEtS '
Farm Life School with a driver the Coupon
in charge, was purchased on Aug
ai, 1932 at till insistence,Mr. Redd 3 tall cans -If: C SATURDAY SPECIALS: 14b.pkg.-- :I3C
Mid, but no money was availableto
pay the salary of a driver. He
Mid that of a total of 1,400 miles PILLSBURY 20 lb. bag
of roads in Dude County the fifthdistrict MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing
has 391 miles, most

which of office were He built referred during also his to the: FLOUR 8c pt.15c pt--- 25c qt.---39c

fact that the board of which he
was a member in 1(31 refinancedsome Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 3 for 25c
\ 91,BOO,000 of the county's \
; bonds and made $800,000 of them Far West swim CIRCLE: a' LB. Golden Ripe
callable so that whenever the


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