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 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: April 26, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00276
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVIII-NO. 17 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 26 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS





I NEW HOSPITAL OPENS JULY








Candidates Declare Aims 'DREAM OF DR. SMITH SOON :


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At All-Afternoon, Rally TO BE REALIZED AS $46,000BUILDINGNEARSCOMPLETION




SPEAKERS AIR Last Minute Lies and Rumors I


Apt to Prove BoomerangsEDITORIAL "


ISSUES BEFORE ( ) !YEAR'S REPORT Equipment Stored in Hank
Rooms Here Awaits
It is the desperate, as well as unscrupulous,

politician who resorts to last minute lies and rumorsin SHOWS' CHAMBER] Installation

LOCAL VOTERSSpirited an election campaign. Often the "whispering"is DRIVE FOR FUNDS IS

started by friends of a candidate who believe
S E E N SUCCESSFUL
that they can get their man elected by falsely OWINGJ1.016.55

Verbal Clashe maligning his however The outgoing administration of $16,000 Sponsor's Shareof

Enliven Political The voters, are becoming more and the Rcdland District Chamber of WPA Project Sub- t
inclined to consider such tactics insult to
more an
TalksMAJORITYTROMISE Commerce left a balance of U 3.49 scribed by Public

their intelligence, and the person who makes use cash In the bank and obligations 1

of planted lies and rumors is apt to find them act- totaling $1,01655 was revealedAt Homestead's new $4 ,000 mu-

AID FOR SOUTH DADE ing as a boomerang on him or his candidate. a meeting of the chamber Wednesday nicipal hospital at N. W Fist avenue -

is this in smaller communities between Thirteenth and
Especially true night William W. Allan,

Seekers of State. County,, where everyone knows everybody else and it is not new president of the chamber, pre- Fourteenth streets, wilt be com

National Offices too difficult to check on the truth or falsity of a sided. pleted about July 25, it wan an- ;y
counted yesterday by Dr. .J A
Massed Here report or to run to earth its original: source. The financial stand In! of the Smith
father of the ho<
chamber was read by Thomas E. pltlllprojecl
The trend of public opinion is toward clean,
Candidates unlimbered oratorical KIrby, treasurer. after Clarence J.

guns and laid down a barrage of truthful, sportsmanlike political campaigns; so it Parman a member of the board of The work, a WPA project wu i
is only good politics for a candidate and his workersto duector requested a statement started early in December: Tc
campaign issues at a huge fish fry .
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play the- gamefairand keep their own backyards con4eJ'l'lluItlhe' Condition of the organization date, several pieces of equipmenthave f
and political rally Saturday afternoon ,
ai left by the outgoIng been purchased and a large
at- the Homestead munici- clean.DINNER. official portion of the money needed t" ,

pal park. Of the amount of obligations, a buy additional equipment ithri i
With E. C. Chronister, precinct total of $61655 la for accounts bas been received or Is In ""00(1
committeeman, as time keeper, STARTS r PROCLAMATIONThe payable and $400 due on a pledge sound" pledges Dr. Smith tuldEquipment

and Mayor Tom Harris as masterof ,r of $800 for the municipal hospital : already. purchased
ceremonies, each office-seeker week beginning May under construction, Mr Is stored
KIabyThe i in vacant rooms In the
spoke for five minutes. Approxi- BAPTIST DRIVETO 7th has been set apart for the :. i i First I National Bank building It

mately 600 persons listened. purpose of giving music its treasurer's report also Ii' of the latest make and Include, .,
The fish fry was "on" the proper place in our national /:1 '
can- RAISE $33,500 / that there are $230 worth a stretcher, an oxygen tent, ,
life Music has done much to
didates. Each made a stipulated !
accounts, to be collected from baby incubator cabinet for ..urllI -
Donation\ to pay for the hundreds stimulate good will among all business concerns.Mr. {I cal Instruments, baby baths. <'lcc-

i of pounds of fish, gallons of potato At 6.15 o'clock tonight D. classes of our American citi- Allan appointed James Wol-:,,trical equipment for the operating
I salad and large quantities of zens. Musle has a splendid ,lam, P. J. Franklin and Herman room,
Snyder, general chairman of R.// ,,, operating table and fixture
"tr 1mmins"!! that were consumed. influence on the cultural side '
campaign to raise $33,500 to Marks as a committee to arrange for the physicians' personal use.
All of the of our American! life. It seems
remaining after
I money a new structure for the First Bap- ,summer weekly half-day and holiday -I I Although WPA stipulation re-
, the expenses are paid will go Into tist Church of Homestead will fitting that we should give closing dates for local places j qUIre the city to pay 118,150 of I II
a fund to be used to send the MUSIC WEEK a large placein I
give the "go" signal to 100 workers I I the cost of construction. Holllf'i i
(Continued on Page Three)
safety patrol of the Homestead our religious civic and social I
on the 25 teams that will make stead will not be required to pay
High School to the national convention gatherings.Therefore .
the drive. The signal will be out one cent, Dr. Smith said He
of the American Automo- I, T. J. Harris,
given at a dinner to be attendedby has been conducting a campaign \
bile Association at Washington, D. mayor of Homestead do here- GROWERS\ FACE
the entire campaign organization to raise funds to pay the city's \
the week
C. in May. by proclaim beginning
at the present church at N. share and, he said, this amount
The fish fry got under at May 7 as music week
way W. Third street and Krome easily will be obtained. The WPA
ave-, TOUGH GRIND
11 o'clock and the speaking startedan and do hereby call upon all grant totals $29.230
hour later. nue.Pioneers citizens to attend said meet-
who organized the Shortly I before the hospital work
B. F. Paty, candidate for ings wherever held.
governor
\WITH MIAMI III started the I ICoal.1nued
was the first speaker. "I church 27 years ago will be guestsof T. J. 1IARJUS, city council appointed
honor at the dinner. The Rev. ( on Page Three) I
am 8 resident of the lower east Mayo City of Homestead.
Q. Ward Barr pastor of the University -
and I familiar with
coast am your Baptist Church.. Miami The Growers of Homestead H i
wants and problems" he said. "It \ ,PATY ARRANGES
will deliver an address He will School will face one of the tot
elected. I will be your championIn CONE PROMISESPLENTY
be introduced by the Rev. J. E.
est baseball grinds t
Tallahassee. I pledge you that on it
if I became your governor and a church.Johnstone, pastor of the local chedule when they play M m I TALK IN LOW
,
freeze strikes any part of the stateI OF AID
The drive will continue through High on the local grounds Mor v :
will not sit Idly by. I will personally -
May 3. Dinners for the campaign afternoon. PARK
visit the stricken area, survey TUESDAYI
the damage and then go directly workers will be served each night, FOR SOUTH DADE The Miami school Is leading im I
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to Washington and bring ( on ) eighth district, which I is comps Jot
I B F Paty West Pi m Beach I
back federal relief. 13 schools, with 14 wins id
The candidate emphasized his Postal May Establish When you see smoke raising In candidate for governor, :1) mike )
opposition to reciprocal trade Washington next year you'll know I one loss. The set-back ws at ,h'Ie third Homestead ddress ft ,
Office in HomesteadThe : bands of Redlond the present campaign, when he
agreements with foreign 'Countries it's me up there in my fighting several we
"I shall fight to aid Dade County 1 clothes getting; things done for: ago.Wednesday speaks in Legion Park at t o"' leek !

growers In freeing themselves of Postal Telegraph Companymay I Florida and south Dade," declared, afternoon the Growers Tuesday afternoon I
the shackles of unfair foreign competition establish a branch office In'' Gov. Fred P. Cone, candidate for I will play Ponce "' Leon here. ic candidate is scheduled to ,

," he declared. Homestead and install equipment United States senator, in a talk Homestead drop 1 a h. d- speak in Bayfront Ps k tonightHe (

Declaring good roads are essential for sending and receiving telegrams In Homestead Tuesday afternoon.I fought game to And '.' Jackson will speak In Flamingo Park f

to a state's progress, Mr. Paty at the Florida City State' Governor Cone spoke to several' Friday afternoon Th Generals Miami Beach. Tuesday night \

said one of his first duties as gov- Farmers' Market. it was learned hundred persons in front of the! took a nine-Inning tilt to 0. The Fra .. O. Pruitt, TInde county :

,(Continued on Page Nine) from reliable source yesterdayIt I First National Bank bulldmgg He I visitors made their Winning n ch man of the PatJ'forCoC1'I I
was reported representativesof was Introduced by Mayor Tom! In the ninth of the tilt,which ". BMlnb, said there U a definite I

THE WEATHER the company will arrive here Harris. I longed to anybody" up until L ,"bane wagon" movement for Paty ,

within several days to determinethe "I'm going to do plenty for your: last frame. ,in o a parts of the state where
Off Irial w.._tlwr nrtvt*t DM sustr.ewE.vri..nr feasibility. of opening the of district," said the governor. The Growers lost 3 to 0 la Ie. > have mad investigations

Dale: 1fD'1.-.... rr!. -r-.J fbrM..: fice.While I "You've got a fine farmers' market game with Ponce de Leon Wedm ar lie that Mr. Pity is definitely I
April 1' ___ ,I M 'i 121U8\\ other state farmers' markets *1 but rm going to make U finer. I day afternoon. The visitors made In the second primary \

April 20- I 79 | U 128911 0.12 throughout the state have built that market and IH see that their three runs in the tint three "Mr. Paty's program for the development

April 21 __ I 175 I 38 1 | telegraph service oit the premises yea get more money to enlarge It Innings! off Clinton Bishop, local '' of Florid during tile 1
April 22 I 180 I 141 2tB4| and the Western Union ban an I and make it tbs best fct the state. hurler. Richard Caves succeededhim next four years li being receivedas .
April 33 JMI44I29MI I \ off.ce in Homestead, the local T t Key West viaduct Is goingt on the mound and the reptiinder the only workable plan Met

April 24 __ .I i tl I 152 130.011) market has net yet installed this be built I sew the President of the game was a series can reasonably be expected to fce ,1

April 25 _f eo ;30.011| convenience. (Continued on Page Two) n***
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Pure Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. April 26, 1940


ernor Cone said, he offers the and soul for President Roosevelt
Federal Art Class Now I
STATE ROTARIAN NATIONAL MEET!school and the state as a whole the the greatest leader In the world
Has Enrollment of 30 'same hard-headed business sense today," he said, "On hU shoulders

and practically conomy which rests the fate of peace. He is the
MEET TOLD OF The addition of three new members POST SOUGHT BY
Mrs. Maud E, Chandler, Mrs saved the state and schools from greatest humanitarian In 1,940
R. r Blackford and Mrs H. A. financial ruin made the teacher'sretirement ;years" ".
LOCAL CLUB AIM Ebberg, brings the membershipof SOUTH DADE GIRLMrs act a reality and fed Reviewing his administration aigovernor

the adult division of the local underprivileged school children the candidate said his
without one added cent of new or accomplishments Included finance
federal art class to 20, Clarence
Reports on the state convention Wooten, Miami teacher of the Edith Herlong Barfield, additional taxes" ing old age pensions by taxes on

of Rotary International held April class, announced at the weekly who was born In Princeton and "Yes air, I'm going to have my liquor; driving the one-armed
14, 15 and 16 at Hollywood were lesson day, Friday Ten Junior and attended Redland Farm Lit Schoolin fighting clothes on 24 hours a day bandits" out of Florida; work,la
given by Willard Flfleld, Geo. N senior high school pupils from the early grades is a candidatefor In Washington" declared the governor endeavoring to obtain a levy on

Wakefield and C. J Parman, delegates Redland and Homestead Join the delegate-at-large to the national "I'll not be wearing those Pari-mutuel betting; reduction of
at a meeting of the Homestead group after school. Democratic convention frilly slacks that some of those cost of operating state departments

Rotary Club I Wednesdaynoon The class assembles at 9 o'clockon A graduate of Duke University, capital boys wear. And I'll be 50 per cent; reducing the racing
T' Fridays In the Chamber of Mrs Barfield won the distinctionof wearing a misletoe on my coat tails commission operating cost; eliminating -
Mr Fifield reported that he was Commerce building Criticism anda being the youngest delegate to for those boys that stand for things the poll tax; killing' the
successful In bringing attention of lecture on dynamic symmetry the 1936 convention At Philadelphiaafter against our state' sales tax; reducing the state.Kj

e the convention to the local clubs precede the work period. Mem- being elected at large from He said he intends to be "hu valorem tax $2,800,000, and preventing

plan of working in cooperationwith bers who do not have to go homeat Florida She was only 22 years mane to those persons of the state the enactment of more

othrr civic organizations In noon have a pot-luck luncheon. old when she voted for Roosevelt who are in the sunset of their life"I taxes A

r, the promotion of projects and There Is no expense connectedwith with the Florida delegation by Increasing pensions for the, ...................................:
plan for general welfare the art lessons except cost of Mrs Barfield is identified with aged and that he will work "hard":
On suggestion of the Rev R. F.i i materials and transportation expenses the Dade County public school for more work for the unemployed RE-ELECT
Blackford, the club voted to rejueit of the instructor I system and is a charter memberand p
''s ( the Redland District Cham- Anyone interested i. invited to I|i past vice-president l of the, Governor Cone said he will give I

ber of Commerce to take action visit the class j I Young. Democratic Club of Dade I the solder boys of 1917 a fair :George E. Holt
the of fire
in placing warning signs
s County She is a member of the and square deal They made .i =
in the Mr. Wakefield told
area E. DAVISSUCCUMBS I Order of the Eastern Star, the i mistake when they sent these boys 1
q the club the United States forest iJOEL I
Parent-Teacher Association, the away from home to fight," he said
service will furnish the free .
signs
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Chi Omega sorority and a number "I'm 100 per cent against sending i
of charge and that members of the
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I of other organizations SheIs soldiers away again to a foreign
local chapter of the Future Farmers
the daughter of J. H. Herlong, .land. I'll vote against it and fight 7 7'C 7e
of America would distribute
them. LONG ILLNFSS i a Florida pioneer, I against It-" 7I

/ Visiting Rotarians at the meeting I He said he intend to do the
were Issue Hamilton of most good for the most people,
Chicago,
Joel Evans Davis, 72, pioneer CONEContinued
J. W Barkin of Orlando and E. D. with equal right to all and special
resident of the Redland District, privileges to none, "And I'm body
Bruner of Grove City, Judge Paula died Wednesday afternoon at his
Barns of Miami and Frank 0'-
I home on Tennessee road near ( from Page One)
Brien of Orlando.
Bauer drive following a long illness about it several months ago He
A father and
ion daughter BENJAMIN
meeting will be held next Wednesday was sick at the time and wasn'tseeing
A native of Nashville, Tenn. i callers, but I got to see him,
In observance of Notional
,1 Youth noon WeekBLACKFORD, Mr. Davis came to this district 26 He promised me the help of the I! AXLEROADCandidate
years ago and engaged In farmingand RFC and other finnnclal help to'
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fruit growing He was a swing the Sl.400OOO pipe line. He I I

i SEES member of the Homestead Metho- also promised me about .1 million| a J

:dist Church, and a half dollars for roads in'I
Surviving Mr. Davis are his Florida, and you'll get a lot of this sw? y
JAPAN'S\ FAILURE widow, Mrs Pearl Davis; two money I

brothers, Sam J, Davis of Portland I "You don't know how badiu'

TO 'WIN IN 'WAR:and three J,sisters K Davis, Mrs.of Nashville Emma Aber-, and 1 need I'll fix a that water too.supply I'm going down to here get

crombie and Mrs W. L. Bentley.! but
I money for everything waste
both of Nashville, and Must b
I learned how to save money ,and
Chinn never will be conquered Frances Davis of Lebanon, Tenn.Funeral ,
'to put money to the best use I.1I0'rnor >-
REPRESENTATIVE
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by Japan because of guerrilla war- services were conducted'at and I'll practice this JO
fare which prevents the invaders 8:30: o'clock yesterday morning "
i Washington
from concentrating an adequate Rev J. J. Richards, pas Group One l
::rrt ; Governor Cone said he i IS l1 for
i force far enough away from the: the Homestead MethodistChurch ,
few railroads and main highways' at the Turner Funeral favor of a well fortified C'1' lie Has Served lou I
declared the Rev. R. F Blackford. Home The body was sent to I line for Florida. "We got a few' I JUDGECIVIL Faithfully and Well ,
of St. coast guard boats and a fen punv:
rector John's
Episcopal Nashville for burial. Leaving to attend -
Church, In a talk before the Red- the burial were the widow: coast defense units that would be SEND HIM BACK!
land District Lions as much use as a straw in a whirlwind COURTOF
Club ,
Tuesday and Mr and Mrs. Sam J. Davis
I in case an enemy attacks our
night. i Paid Political Ad\) ;
The unorthodox method of fightIng "What am de mattah Ah alnt I shores. he said "We'd be in a ..,...............................
has proven the salvation of seen you round about lately?" j I bad fix If we get Into a war and RECORD

China In this undeclared war and Man Ah dun been sick, Ah hO.,1 i I'm going to tee to it that we get CROUP

has saved vast sections: of the Why, fo days and days Ah wuz some protection. A foreign subma- GO TO THE
country from falling Into the frald to look in de papah, fear Ah rine sure would have easy going

blinds of the enemy, he said would see my name in de died around our state" Equal Justice to All

Japan eventually will exhaust itself colmn'-Ex. I "I'm going to help the f.n' nei BALLOT BOX

and forsake its ambitions on I and citrus grower by doing all In Will serve lou Faithfully and
the continent, he pointed out.Preceding John Graves and S. J, Lynch club, my power to remove the inequality' Willpprerlate lour Support DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
Mr Blackford talk I members Mr. L'nch'on high of freight rites against Florida M VT 7th
a quiz contest was conducted with score prize, a free meal ticket and the south." (Paid Political Advertisement! '

Don Talbott serving as Professor I Questions unanswered by the con- As a candidate for senator. Grn :
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Quiz The contestants were Judge I testants were propounded ft the i
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Paul D. Barnes and Judge Worth t other club members: A lollypop I .
W Trammcll, guests if the dub i was the reward for a correct an-d j
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captain; B. W. Morris associate the suggestion that the festival I chamber made the first payment
(WALKER SEEKING captain; Harold Campbell and CHAMBERContinued :grounds be leased from the city,:|of $430 Subsequent payment
William McMichaeL 1 because several payment on the have not been made, it was said. I
CONSTABLE POST Team No. 4-C. Caves captain; land still are due. Last year the' The suggestion to name a board of
Wm. McConnell, associate captain; ( from Fag One) city purchased the land and the trustees also was tabled
J. T. Vann and John Walker of business He named Paul Reynolds -
IN LOCAL AREAHerman O. B. Parker, Roy !
Team No. S-E. H. Collier, captain lery Robert Glenn and '

Dexter Horne, associate cap- Stewart n members of a HOMESTEAD HABERDASHERYNEXT
L. Walker;; filling ita- tain; B. B Pullen and C. J. Brown bership committee Chand-I
tlon proprietor of Perrine, it a Team No. 6-Harry Cooper, cap- The members conducted
candidate for constable of the tain, Russell Horne, associate cap- tensive discussion of the DOOR TO POST OFFICEsuits
fourth district In the May pri- tain; C E. Bullard, Phillip Reams of Increasing; revenue for the
maries. and Elwin Cooper.. chamber. Mrs. Stewart, who is
A native of Valdosta, Ga., Mr. Team No. 7-J. R. Dorsey, cap- in charge of the municipal market
Walker has been a resident of the tain: J. M. Holding associate cap- Inaugurated three weeks ago in the
Redland District for 18 yean He tain: J F. Beck and Ceo N. Kelly. festival building by the chamber, ,
attended the public school of Per- Team No. 8-R. E.Edwards, cap- reported that while the market $197
rine and for seven years was connected tain; A. J. Campbell, associate sales have been few she was of
with the rural circulation captain; C. M. Barrow, W. T. Webb the opinion it would eventually
department of the Miami Daily and J. C. Vann. prove to be a money maker. She
News. He is 31 years old and Is the Team No. 9-Gordon Ivey, cap- also said a Miami dancing teacher Before Buying your Sprint; Suit, look at our new Spring Patterns
ion of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Walker.Mr. tain: T. T. Bowen, associate cap- has inquired concerning! the rentalof In Tailor-Made Clothes
Walker Is a member of the tain, Mack Hardee, J. Luther the festival building dancing
Perrine Baptist Church. Strickland and Walter Golding :floor B. V. I). La>te\
-- .-- Team No 10-W T McConnell, Mr Parman told of the need of
C\RD OF THANKS captain; J David Barnes, associ- fire warning signs in the district TRUNKS
SWIM
We want to thank everyone for ate captain: Fred Arrant, F W Mel- and said the United States Forest Interwoven
being 10 kind and thoughful of our ton and Charles Martin Service would furnish the signs $1.00Sharkskin
mother and grandmother during Team No 11-Frank Mcllwain, free of charge. Mr. Allan instructed sox, 3 pro $1.95 to $3.95
her long Illness, and for sendingthe captain; J R Pope, associate cap- Mr. Kirby, as temporary sec-
beautiful flowers and cardsof tain; Stanton Beck, Wm. Mussel- retary, to contact officials of the
sympathy that brought com- white and C. M. Allen.
service concerning them, In addition Florsheim, Freemanand
fort to us in our bereavement Team No. 12-T. D. Piche, cap- to inquiring Into the possibilities :
MR AND MRS. CHARLES tain;, J. R. Byrum, associate captain of obtaining a fire tower J4.951 Star Brand
CLINTON AND FAMLY. Bryant Bowden, J. R. Greer for the area I Trousers SHOES

and George Gann. Paul Loaner suggested that aboard
Team No. 13-J. R. Rutland cap- of trustees be appointed I to I
HOSPITALContinued tain; Randolph Caves, associate manage the festival building The;:
captain; W. F. Pennington and J. matter was referred to the board I

( from Page One) Lee Smith. of directors for discussion. Leasing -' STRAWinsuTS
Team No. 14-H. Shauberger, of the land upon which the I
committee, with
a hospital powerto
captain; Labon K. Bishop, associate -
supervise the construction and building I stands was suggested and
captain; Benson Swilley and this also was referred to the directors
bills Incident
supervise payment of all I
Earl Cravey.
for consideration
to the work. The members Team No. IS-J. Lawrence Scott, At directors' meeting Immediately Genuine Waterproof
a
are .Councilmen Henry Brooker, captain: W. B Caves, associate the &
Jr., E C. Chronlstcr and Preston i following membership $195 1Blue $395"HINOKI"
and Harvey
Sherard
captain: Ernest -
Insure
B. Bird, J. L. Burton and Dr. : Newton meeting the', the festival officials building voted to for-
Smith.
Team No. 16-T. C. Shnckleford
The building will contain 10 $0,000 ut a rate of $6 80 per $1,000,
captain: C. O. Robertson, associ- voted to
rooms with beds. It faces east, 80 per sear Also they pay I Green r Natural
ate captain: William Henn, Leon- bills totaling $322. Of this amount,
feet from the street and a parking .
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space the entire, front.BAPTIST. Team; S. No.A. Turner 17-A., D.associate Smith captain captain -- count Company, incurred on the by Much purchases$400 ae-I,,f,I SPORT SHIRTS :3E:: :, SOc ,.. 1.95

: Aubrey Cheshire and John materials and supplies for the fcstlval -
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DRIVEContinued Moffett. building, and $30 at. two
Team No. 18-A. E. Smith, captain weeks pay to Mrs. Stewart. ASCOT TIES 1-00
: Bert Nixon, associate cap- The directorsotcd to continue Wrinkle
( from Page One) tain; Harry Brown, Jr., and E. B weeklonger -
Mrs. Stewart's salary two -- "
tomorrow night and Faircloth.Team .
excepting
as a matter of economy in
Sunday night' for the purpose of No. 19-G. A. West, captain distributing the chamber cash 250 HOOTS, JACKKTS:
getting reports on the cash and : Willard Barnes, associate on hand. Continuance of Mrs
lIon
subscriptions received The workers cnptath; Howard Westland William Stewart's salary after two week, and SWEATERS

will call upon 600 members McMichael. Jr. will depend on revenue receivedA .
and friends of the church. Sub- Team No. 20-S. L. West, cap- charge of $7 SO( for the use of -- -

scriptions may be made In 10 quar- tain: and Ralph Moon. the festival building's dance floor PARIS GARTERS AND BELTS
terly, 30 monthly or 130 weekly Team No 21-Mrs. W. B. Caves, on nights other than holidays i

installments, covering a period of captain: Mrs. T. C. Shackleford, when a charge of $15 will be -- -- ---- _.. -- -_.- -- -
two and one-half years associate captain: Mrs. A. D. made, was voted by the directors
The suppers for the workers Smith, Mrs. Quinnie Sherard and free use of the building by Girl Wittkop & BuchananFriendly
will be 'charge of committee
Smith
in a Mrs J. Lee Scouts and Boy Scouts for meet-
composed of Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Team No. 22-Mrs. Harry
Ing purpose was agreed upon.
chairman and purchasing agent Mrs. C. T. Service
: Cooper, captain; Harper The directors decided to table
Mrs. S. A. King. associate chairman associate captain: Mrs. Gordon
in charge of the culinary department Ivey, Mrs. W..E. Lewis and Mrs
; and Mrs. W. T. McCon- S. A. King.
nell, associate chairman in chargeof I Team No 23-Mis. J. R. Doisey
the dining room. captain: !Mrs S. L. West, associ- NEWT. G. BALL
Besides Mi Snyder other general ate captain: Mrs. C. O. Robertson.Mrs. .
officers of the campaign are: Henry Olson and Mrs. Wnu- NOTARY PUBLIC
W. D. Horne, honorary chairman: dell Peeples Redland BrandFertilizers
S. M Holding, associate chairman; Team No. 24-Mrs. E. L. Law-
R. E. Edwards, treasurer; E L rence, captain; Mrs. J. Tom Vann. Fire Insurance and
Lawrence commander of men's associate captain; Mrs Homer
division; Mr Holding, associate Davis, Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott and Kindred Lines
commander; Mrs. W. D. Horne Mrs T. E. Kirby. .
commander of women's division, Team No. 29-Mrs, Fred Redd
and Mrs E. H Collier, associate captain; Mrs. A. E. Paul, associ- 35 N Krome Ave.
commander ate captain; Mrs. G A. West and
The campaign teams are as fol- Mrs. T. T. Bowen. are manufactured in Homesteadby
lows:
Team No. 1-W. W. Allan cap- HEAR B. F. PATY I
tain: Ansel Barrow, associate captain I a locally owned company.
: Tom Moffett and D. H. Del- Lower East Coasts ONLY Candidate for Governor

linger, Jr.Team AT LEGION PARK HOMESTEAD
No. 2-J. Q. Caldwell Mixtures carried
are
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captain; and Leon Dame. 4 P. M., TUESDAY, APRIL 30 I

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE gg T= .OA +tJ&.t! IGHTS. ; II' mvfrtli rnJ I He By Carried It. P. MARSHALLWe It With Him

P..II..... Frirtirt Bt "..._. Fl.,
kr Uw h.ulh D>4. FuMlriilnt (:.....,. Nh'R/eYNourrRY' always love the preachers In
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Entered Kt rt. m" town. Some of them
our Weren'tIO"lly
M. II '0". at ehs e..t .feteft of
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11.._". Florida. ands the let ofas i \\J. OQDANSAL1RNO but we loved them just the
.rest (. HTt / same Se It wasn't any hardship
for us to love Brother Smith whenhe
aKN ARCHER PrnUMil and C *wMAtJWIlE I l'l NfsTjtV"sr.Av vrT1N4'AND. came.

LEACH ARCHER __ : VSI.IIV11 .rr EYE Ym'IN6 M I/T) He would have been popular

l B rrttarr and Tr.w.r.r 19 &t8BU/rS GfSSfS SAUZO fffffffvsfo ,Sl anywhere He was fat and jolly

t {. FOR't fiTH af /rs FINS rae cttwen and honest By honest I mean that ?t
he said anything he didn'tmean
II never
I1l1a.ca'nlOl\I RATE '7aAOE./Tr 7Z'17 RJQ NOV=rFSrls
h ..... Corsair _. _"'__ ....__. ''." u's' Of course he would stretch lr
0....... .. ghd. Cwrtf _.. __ .. *1.1t y S It ,EYES : / tOS-W"6 .df/usLeY AKD: the truth occasionally in talking
: t9 Y/9lV/lQa! OS" 6x7: tTGO FPOM to the ladies Like the time when t'
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e' ',Q'NA'''' UWI2 77VF.S/WiQC.s AQ6'ti he told old Miz Epping that she
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i GardenBy u tf i IVVRU.Y eOVGNr HY mGRNS' OF was looking as young as a spring J.
: chicken- when everybody knew '
'eNRIN TROT UN6 xFQUhioEOr
Mary Ferrell Dickinson r : I'(r ltul RI10VT/00IlaG1Kt Nil LNE'LUs7W that the old lady looked like a 1

It makes her kind who close toe fPNtGD 25 ,ssr AM.Ilr 4. OA/r D, dried apple.
t .rth, i 1e oz/NO OF c. 0 P $ But, on the whole, he was an '

Watch life attain to birth; s MOW uN6S. //Gf/APEANC.NOIPfO.... honest man and a good man, so {
Who pi.mU the seed and coaxes I( when this happened he couldn't

,"''I. t f ... keep It to himself, he had to tell
And breathless waits the slender "R UCLOSs-aP W OF' I It Thats the way it happened ,i

foil 6/6RAMC..WuQ.q& S/tOlU/KO I that all of Coonrange got to call- (

Of gretn Nor would she author 1 ;' ,le REU/rtYE tRpt9Clrv OF ing him Brother Fish ','

1 pain, : II t /TS,NVGE. movrhos He hadn't been In town but a
Who listens to the gentle rain. I/ :. /' week when Len Walters invited I

Drip-di',ipping on her garden-rows; him to go fishing In Mud river. %
Somehow a kindly tolerance grows He took the Invitation like a perch
With growing root and leaf and III grabs a worm and they had a fine 1
a
pudgordl'A y 3ENOQ1710S time that day, even if they didn't
A draws one close to God! catch anything worth mentioning
The only thing that seemed to "+'

Great Britain Curtails r ,e...rSrVgRKCOIIIf have any hankering for bait that
i day was an old gar The preacherlost 1
Cotton Purchase his ,hook once but finally

'FitwER/6t- 6 4CT landed the gar He started to
The British government, which y
> AU6/fT/NC a' throw him backt but Len said, $
has purchased almost five times |>
i "Don throw 'him I bade, he'11 just teat
a> much cotton since the beginning
up the good fish and steal the
of the war than during the
bait Put him in the back of the 1
corresponding period the previous
1,0C/0A car and Fill give him to my colored |
:yean his served notice that cotton "
cook. She she likes
says gars
imports will be curtailed to conserve I
foreign exchange Department Well, the preacher put the fish "

of airlrulutre experts ore- . NM,....- ..........-...-....." ...,........................-......... in the trunk of his new car and *
; diet thiv will make It dlffi-cui to pretty soon they quit fishing and

{ dispose of the 1940 crop and believe I CURRENT Children in CourtBy CANDIDATES went home.It j.J
I the government will again be was to late when they got
asked to make large loans on the COMMENTBy Judge Malcolm Hatfield.a. AND THE back that both of them were afraid
unmaikjble surplus of producers. that they'd get a scolding from
...-...-...............--............. ....... their wives kinder sneaked
Cause of the curtailment Iaprob.bly AGNEW WELSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA STATE PRESS to they ;
TOTAL INDIFFERENCE In. I
twofold Great Britain ..'...................,.......-..,..........-..YNMa1..
wants to trade more with South The next day B.-othcr Smith .
,. Several churches: complained .
Editor1 Hotel bin' .Tom M .Welsh.nti"w.lemnese..m111 wb..th.rth.f The Motorists' Choice took Sister Smith with him and
: =; i it MI i that their evening meetings were j
Germany's .
k* hi arrOTinrnt or shoeowith Fort they went around to visit among 'f.
bit G tnkln.. Address mnmu>l. being disturbed by three small ( Myers Press)
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gods' and the cashandcarryplan rations Ie W.Iob. "I N. L brother who were constantly From B. F. the flock They went down to the ."
of the United States makes nth at. ,10. I Paty's camp come lower part of the town first and -
I throwing objects against the windows hoots at what
It for nation they call a "con- stopped in to old lady who "<
necessary a buying see en
r Deacon wasnt
Pipsqueak very The boys, who were from I fession of weakness"
to Settle for goods in advance and by Sena- hat) been lick for years. The house it;
far from when he
correct called
eight to ten years old, had formedthe tor Holland and Francis
P, '
then haul them in Its was In bad repair and the
I yard
away own \
his besetting sin his upsetting one; habit of rooming the neigh Whitehair In defining their positions .
hip*. that' .what they do to most of us bichood at night on the "highway robbery" needed mowing As they came '4
TH| Uw originally Intended tokeep out the preacher said;
Although they had not been gas tax bill Being In a hard 1
j the United States out of One of the publications named trained to respect religion or the fought political campaign and real- "Mother, It just seem something "
trouble that might lead to war has rights and property of other ought to be done to help
I gives the following as the paid I people izing that public sentiment Is over
I apparently jeopardized much of circulation of the four lending they intended no real malice whelmingly in favor of limiting this poor woman. I'm going to .*
this ni linns foreign trade without American weekly magazines: Sat- ;An examination I disclosed: that their use of the motorist' money to come over and cut the grans" j

I puHnii this country In a position I urday Evening/ Post, 3120168: parents spent their evenings at the road building both piously affirm I "Well, 111 clean house for her ,:
or gre.-ter- seiunty II t is stated that Collier's, 2778621; Life 2,504.- motion picture theatre or played that they arc against plundering and I'll get a colored woman to t

probably 50 per cent of the laws 681: Liberty, 2, OI,905. I cards with friends, being only too the state rood system for the bene- I come and help me. You knowi
passed uy legislative bodies in this glad to have their children seek fit of bond interests and their th .'re's a lot of filth around here J

counln fad to work out as intended A Philadelphia psychologist gives amusement outside the home hangers-on. But after saying; that I that ought to be cleared out. I .
,
Possibl a little more attention this as the menial makeup requiredto I These parent were Indifferentto they hedge with objections to doing tell you lhats a terrible smell ,*
to both sides of any proalcoUo be a successful dictator: diabolical the boys' school progress and anything about it largely Why I wouldn't live in a place <
legislation would Im- cleverness: arrogance, gave only a cursory interest in their based on the expediencies of practical like that for anything It actually '/
pow i, 'ii' situation strategy fanatical unscrupulousness Ideal- I activities They believed that they politics-and virtually announce -I itinksl ;

Ism and ability to utilise every I I had done their duty by furnishing a willingness] to let the They got In their car and wenton
No Tricks to Avoid advantage lie might have addeda food clothing and shelter for the.children bandits get away with their loot down the road. Phcw-ee," said ','

Debt Limit streak of vanity and a desire for i.| Mr Poly says he will have none the preacher, 'its good to get a
I No inquiry wan made when the
power of that. First, list ant all the time breeze That smell' was Awful.
e 1"1'I 1 t' S, treasury's itablllzat 0 e I l I boys failed to come home at their he Is against the whole kit and' Lets go up on the hill and visit ,

t ", Iw' 'cl I of $2.(Kid.000.000 will not Dr. George \Villlams, of the usual bedtime When the father kaboodle; in principle practice Miz Hightower. I know there won'tbe

1% II. ID continue i heavy ex- Bryan SundRY school class says :i was called into court a few days and every other way-and practical i any smell up there"
'liter and asked he made
,IH IJII"t'i and at the lIme time the word tribulation comes from I why no politics be damned! Moreover, So they rolled up the hill and .
VM .bl.e' the government to keep the Latin word trtbulum the Implement i effort to locate nil three sons he his idea is that the next governorcan I stopped In front of the fine home
v Hun the 43000000.000( national used in beating out the'I calmly 'remarked: "My wife andI do something about It nnd If'':of the town richest widow.. They

debt hint, Secrrtui\ of the Tioaa- grains of wheat from the heads. I weren t worried because we just he can't he will be a pretty poor I I admired the view and the house *
figured that folks had the kids
: art lluny Mmgrnthau recently Doctor, when I was a boy they you stick of a next governor and made a fuss over the dogs 1
. annum ><-d. He further declared he called that tool a flail I" locked" up to give them a good Although some merit must be I I But while they were standing _

I would not use any trick method ,scare conceded' to the points raised by there by the car, after the visit 4
I ti> avoid the debt limitation Dr. Henry Itowman, Stephen .....................-.......".."......-'''.......... Holland and Whitehair, we believe was over Brother Smith noticed '

., The ,ecntar laid that respon- college Missouri I, states that a successful [ FROM OUR MAIL BOX Mr Paty Is dead right. There I Sister Smith wrinkling up her 'j

sibiUt) for keeping within the marriage depends on patience ,, .. .. never was a governor worth a row I I nose. Surely she couldn't be Smelling -
limit lent with Congress, but insight, understanding information DEATH TRAP of pint who couldn't control the things here! But just then .
\ personally feels that it should and Idealization Rather i first legislature of his administration I the wind changed and he got it .}

leave working balance of at least complicated specifications, h e : Editor Leader-Enterprise: If he wanted to. Later on the right In the facet o

11000000000 below the statutory might have simplified them by advising A death trap equal to that of boys get a little hard to handle Phooey'!" said the dignified
limit He pointed out that Incometax the couple to take Into their Natchez exists In Homestead. but during the honeymoon session Brother Smith "Let'* go home and

l collections were well ahead of I new home two bears-bear and I Homestead's. gymnasium which with a lot of appointments get some fresh air.

last year. but that It would still be I forbear. I houses frequent crowds has only and various deals pending, they "I can't understand it," he said II
increase I are about as docile as the I as they turned homeward. 'How ,"
necessary to taxes half a four single door exits, which, contrary governor -
billion dollars If the Presidents An A. P. writer says that I,- to all fire codes, swing In desires. can i!>*M) people live In a town -

L budget is accepted 790000 young men and women Where has the state fire Inspector Being sufficiently schooled in with such a smeUl"I
: The statement that be would will soon leave high school and been all these years? the art of politics to know that, I "What can It be?" said Sister
a Use no tricks to evade going over colleges to go out Into the worldto I Whitehair and Holland are actually Smith a* they got out in front of
t I the debt limit caused some to wonder look for Job for which most of i CITIZEN AND TAX PAYER. laying that they don't canto the parsonage And then "My ,
i if fibs Implied that the administration them are not fitted and many at Homestead Apr 29 1940. make the legislature behave goodness Pa, our house 1* stink L .
had used tricks In the which have been made obsolete rather than that they can't. And ing tool"

past to get out at unpleasant financial by the trend of the times. Most o* :76 of a 99 year lease of the buildIng Paty Is declaring that come hell Well, you've guessed It by now.
Mtuatlons., Statements that have about as much knowll'djf& corner of Flasher street andS. and high water he will be In there I That right It was the very dead
I leave meanings to be Inferred, or of what they should do as I E. First avenue, occupied by I pitching whatever it take to save fish In the trunk. They had forgotten
are capable of more than one in- 'i the man in the moon. I"Mr. Fosters store which will the state highway system from to take It out, and all day
1 preUtion. should not be Indulged I, soon move to a new location on the fell design of the, snatchers long they had been carrying their
I In by men In public life Changes on Flagler street come]N. E. First avenue The new own- and grabbers who are out to gettheir smell along with them.
\ The public has a right to have ill so rapidly they tread on each )ers will spend $50,000 In revamping hands further Into the gas tax I' I always thought that Brother
t facts regarding' national policies other heels An unnamed nattohifl I Iv the eU 'Foster' corner, opposite tillWhoever i Smith deserved-lot of credit for
1 IWOCM presented intforward chain store .system bill Just paid a j the First National Bank. he to, unless the next I being honest enough to tell u* an

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f ''I didates lor state comptroller but It took three men to carry the I!how Soandso was doing wrong and in themselves, for there ain't no t\
when principles of democrat '!vsttir" to the ditch and the farmer how bad Suchansuch a place was. smell that's worse than the smell
I government are threatened by demagogic 'could not tford to employ the I,he was going to think to himself, of a dead fbh that travels around
promises, it must suggest third man; to have used a power "I wonder if they've got the trouble with :you" I
that the candidates get somethingelse pump would have displaced labor I
besides this chocolatecoveredchaos so he let his crop dry up and they I
with which to campaign because ell suffered The men had no labor
the people of Florida surely the farmer no crop. j i
are not going to full for it -I 1' PRESTON B. BIRD
mr,1.mNNH.NmNINNmmNyNNNNmNCURRENT After 10 years' effort to teach'the
English language to Filipinos,I'
I I 'they will revert to Tagalog as their i,
national language when the Islands I CANDIDITK FOR
t I COMMENT I receive their Independence in I
t I 1946, President Quezon having'
I I II xxmxwm",,,,,.,,,,"""',,?,,,,,,,'"'"'"',..,,_.. I I signed an order to the public I COUNTYC03I11IISSIONER
(Continued From Page Four) school system for the use of the:, r
I i I Spanish patois; they prefer It for i
I II A publicity brochure Issued bythe commercial advantage.Five .
I republic I.I of Panama says that I I
I.
I It of ,Its 850 000 Inhabitants 70000 nil DISTRICTD.tDE
I mining
Utah companies are -,
I If |are negroes and 45000 pure Indian i COtNTY
t and refining a new and peculiar -, ,
blood. In size It is about I I
;; !that of Indiana Education Is substance that they call gilson-
f I com- : !
its ore but really I a tarry muss,
pulsory, with 2,500 teachers, a v
ls'
resembling dried petroleum it
; Subject to Democratic Primary
I university and. no. army.. II I I black and shiny is used to make''
I I I Mar 7, 194'
I paint, plastics and printer's Ink 1!
i iI
r Philatelists are to celebrate this I it can be solidified into auto batteries -,
I year the hundredth anniversary!1 phonograph records, used I
of the use of adhesive postage I for tile floors, linoleum or in road YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL HE
stamps as it was on' May 6, 1840 i iI building I
that In printed the GREATLY APPRECIATEDI
I first :I'p for lettertransmittal I With Him I i
He Carried It
They were printed inl would like the opportunity to rierve my
black and bore the head of their I f (Continued From Page Four) |! district, for I believe I would male t good,
then young queen Victoria. They about It the next Sunday. But Sister -'' hard working county commissioner. If Ida
were first called adhesive labels.' Smith, laid I "Pshaw we r not meet your expectations, remember,
The U. S. postoffloe departmentwill needn't brag on Pa for doing that;I I you can fire me two yean from now.
issue a small-denomination he wouldn't a missed the chance
,stamp commemorative, of the event. to get a sermon out of that fish tor I, "Anjthin Done, Is Good or Bad Only DyComparison"
anything the world" |I
A friend traveling in India relates I IUI'SI'she was right, for the i
'I how the labor situation atone ,town is talking yet about the flightof I (Paid Political Advertisement)
point formed what some one eloquence the preacher took /f'
I has termed "the vicious ."I that morning as he described the I I
This was an agricultural one requiring critics who go around talking
I Irrigation for which water 1 about the other folks when all the:
was drawn from a stream by two I time they're carrying the trouble
workmen who relayed it into the along with them He said that, I RE-ELECT
Irrigating ditch. Then came a I after his experience, the next time'
drouth and the river was so low anybody came telling him about I

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The contest will close on June 1.1''marriage papers may help widow Superintendent Colin English announced -i Mist Carolyn Belva Stryker Mrs
M'ELYA IN RACE Mr. Evan said, and the winner Ito I I begin getting her monthly federal today that each of the following Laura Landis Sutter, Miss Esther:
will be announced on Flag Day:''! insurance checks more quickly! I. Dade County residents has Epstein, and Milton Frank Scott,
AS June 4. The winning essay writer he pointed out Claims for insurance received i a Florida teaching certificate all of Miami: Mrs. Leo TerleUky,
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CANDIDATE and chaperone will receive the all- ,,I are now being received from based on four years of college Coconut Grove and Miss Ann Mc-
expense trip during the week of,widow of men who died since the I training Mrs Bessie C. Hoi- Leod. Coral Cables.
FOR LEGISLATURENorris !July 4.The. I|I first of the year. ton. Perrine; Miss Bertha Bram.

sponsoring committee for! .
McElya candidate forstate the contest i* composed' of Colin i|{i Local Future Partners .. ,. ,

legislature Group One was English, state superintendent oft', Beat Miami Edison 14-5 I'
public instruction and president of
underwriter of the Florida-Oregon RE-ELECT
intersentional game and was a pioneer 'j the congress; Harold Colee geenral'!1 The Softball team of the
In the movement for thejOrange manager of the Florida State i I i Homestead Chapter Future!
Bowl and stadium He has;I Chamber of Commerce; James T. Farmers of America won over a
been active in procuring recrea-j'I'Wilson president of the Florida team from Miam iEdison by a: SID KENDRICK
Won and playgrounds and developing -I!'Education Association and secretary -score of 14 to 3 on the local
athletics In high schools par-(i of the congress R. P. Terry, grounds Wednesday afternoon.
i president of the State Association Oscar Ckmmger did some nice'
ticulai!ly football and baseball,[
I +! JUSTICE
[of School Board Members and
among the boys '' pitching work for the local boys
treasurer of the congress Burton He struck out 16 batters and allowed
A life-long Democrat. Mr Mc-,
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El!% i was born in Iluonis in 1891 :'IE. Folson executive secretary of only six hits. OF THE PEACE
the and Mr E\an
and came to Florida in 1902. He, congress In previous games this season
received his early education ml I' Miami beat Homestead 7 to 6 and 4th District, Dade County
the schools of Polk Manatee De- ,STATE BUILDING 15 to 2 !
So'o and Sarasota counties' and' Homestead's lineup wa: Schuler
attended the University of Florida I!' \ Ib, J. Oomnger, 2b; Mistretta. 3b,I This will be my fourth rare for this
fr,'n 1910 to 1917. He was graduate1 HITS $14,000,000DURING j Cannon ss: M. Bowen sf: Glenn: post. The totes of my friends and
with the degrees of bachelor It: Billelo cf: Biondo rf; Caves I supporters in past elections will
ofi once and bachelor of law. He QUARTERJacksonville It and c: and Clonlnger p.
Is member of the Florida Blue The lineup for Miami Edisonwas i again be greatly appreciated.
Kev and Phi Delta Phi fraternities Cook. Ib; James. 2b; Curtis,
During the World War he served: April 25.-March 3b: Mansfield ss: Jessie sf-: Oby! SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY,
25 months as a first lieutenant of saw more than $3,000,000 worth of If Percy cf.: Eby. rf. Murray, c,, MAY 7
lnf..ntn overseas and participatedIn building permits issued by 37 Burke p. and Walter p.
several of the major battles I i|municipalities to give i Florida a CERTIFICATES AWARDED (Paid Political Advertisement)
He "was" twice wounded. grand total of more than $14.000.- .
Mr. McElya said. "I believe that I 000 for the first quarter of 1940 Tallahassee, April 23. -- State ..
a Law should be enacted .' ,the Florida State Chamber of Commerce -- .
'would permit. a married woman reported today
to become free dealer by a sum-I Total for last month war $5- Keep Him on the JobJudge
ELECT
: IIU" 'n' process of registering Inputtlu 216.611. as compared with $4.878- +
+ records authorized for that:436 for the same month last year k
t put nose Thus married women March '40, therefore mcre-sed Robert J. Boone
''e- w." desire to retain their exemp- 340,17S over March. '39 Leading
I toe from liabilities may do so'municipalities among those reporting Circuit Judge
t and those who desire to handle' were:
! the i ,>"n affairs may do so as a Miami. $1367302 Jack iS661.M3. ':>
. it edealer without the expense ; Miami Bt.u'- $404. 4CPensacola. J for
: "n delay now required for that $427.!977: St Pet. ,
DADE>
AND ,1IONROECOUNTIES
pit ,ix.c. $383308: Ft. Laudcrd' S3"' 4f.I'
I .,m convinced that the safety Orlando $200.WO: Wt P TI FLA.
of in, public and the amount of Beach $179.301: Tamp i $136,,33: S kt s GROUP FontDEMOCRVTIC
ti (ti not otiljr justify but demand Daytona Beach 5111165: ; +
tl a four-lane highway should Other reporting corrrr .e* : PRIMARY
bt. It, the east coast of Florida follow: :\1\V, .U'
;- I'he next session of the legislature Hollywood. $9ft 477 ral
in addition to the revenueto Gables. J93.014.; Palm Be I $6\- Courtesy and AbilityI
its\ own bt-annum will be faced 700: Delray Beach. $64,260 S 1. I Respectfully Ask Tour tote
w",'n .i deficit of probably H.OOO sola. SM.307: Talh'u'cc $: :3: ,
Duo, to rover stale expenditures Lakeland. 55t8)8,0V) e,. (Ps.d o Finds of R. J. Boone)

fin h'l'h' the last session did not Haven, $53.770.; Wmu i Park $49.
"r..d It would be presumptuous 270. Ft Men. S42 160 tsrk: .:>n
for me to attempt to dictate yule Beach $40.870 CI,In" \ :Ie
a general policy to be employedIn $40.702. Lake Worth $35713 Key
.ol\'ing the state financial prob- West 32.178: Cleaw',itcr. $30.513
ten-. but whatever is done I am Tarpon Springs $24800 St Au- ELECT
determined that it shall not longer i igustme. $22.923. New Smvrna
Ix it the disproportionate. expense:,$18.420. Palatka. $14045 Bradenton. I

of. Dude County. $12819; Sanford. $12.398.: De- Norman i ir iI
I believe that a teachers' tenure -' Land S5.5O'enport! : $4.000: HendryJudge
and pension bill should be en- Stuart. $2800, Dunedin $1.500
ac'Jd I nee no reason to discharge'Stobrl",. $610.; Flaglcr Beach $250 Civil Courtof
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.. I
. a > iinpvttnl teacher who hat long -
( LADle! BCIVri: RECEDED Record
I seid iI. hti inftxMim itd h.ie -
I I, -' Ij "i ice ud of eff,utncv Experience with old-age and Group 2 I
-un'ivon' insurance claims under Br his performance of dutiesof
CONGRESSPLAN'S the federal social security progrimIro.idv this office Judge Hendry
! STATE
.. ha shown that delay in has won the respect confidence -
; piiKiuiLrg proof of marring m.i> and admiration of all
CONTEST Id up payments to widow c .mdinildren 'good rltiiens
W B. Weaver m.mIIt.'rot \ VOTE FOR JUDGE I1ENDR1IS
the social security bo ird, field I A REWARD OF :MERIT
FOR STUDENTSMuml ) office .it Miami and, Knowing (raid Political Ad\ )
whel'0 put her hands on her

April 25: (FNS-The
HEAR B. F. PATY
Fl,.Ida Congress for Education on

American Democracy announced AT LEGION PARK HOMESTEAD
from state headquarters In the I r

thus Congress a contest building will be here opened this short-1 week. 4 P. M., TUESDAY, APRIL 30 I '

ty to high school seniors throughout -,; (Paid Political Adv.)
. the state In the form of an,
essay on "American Democracy I ..
Pa.t, Present and Futu,..'. ,{{; :
The Rev. Dick Evans executive
To The VotersOF
vice-president of the congress, said
\ that substantial prizes will be';

:: awarded the winning boy and girl DAN CHAPPELLYOUR
and their teachers or chaperons DISTRICT 4 :
';1 The major prue, it Is understood
will be ID-day paid
a expense : Because of my duties as constable which
trip to several of America's historical I
points of Interest including require my answering rails that pour in

l Washington D. c. Philadelphia -I day and night it is impossible for me to con I
and Boston.
New York City
I tact each and every one of you. STATE SENATOR1'

WHO WOULDOver I Therefore. I am taking this method of

eNt t I asking each and every one of you to please

e I remember me by casting your vote in my EXPERIENCE ABILITY
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.M.... pain *f dice are favor on May 7.

.... U the U 8. aanoally.There I HONESTYWATER
is NO gamble on perfectDeception
when you let US service,
'jour' radio. If'OUr''' Is not at Joe Scarborough
top performance call US We repair CONTROL FOR THE FARMERS AND

all makes--home, automobile, GROWERS OF SOUTH DADE
and portable seta.U .

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Friday. April 26. 1940 LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pace !Seven.

IihIIIIIQh1IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIk! ; i first hall holiday of the season, the!Connecticut" (Florida Cit>..) uses, which the highway development i.imps. and all 1! "H i I' '_;;:3ide ,
'American Legion boy and the l-"G. P. Sheffield returned encourages frequently destroy .. enterprise w ho, t or i k: cwt
clerks! of the city engaged in mortal to the lake region, after the natural scenic beauty of like aD unwanted r.i.h! tijxi the
20 Years combat In the form of a baseball pending a few days visiting hu the highways and obscure the landscape face of the tend
Ago game Foy Hobo pitched for the family" (Florida City) which would be visible from I I I Florida it rich in her rut j|
Legion and Carl Lindgren and _"Joe Rusted and wife left the rod A right-of-way 260 feet beauty. When a highway tees
11I11I111I11I11I11I111I1111I11111111I11I11I11I11 Glenn Summers pitched for the Tuesday for Dr *coU. N D, for the from the renter line of the highway through scenic areas these areas
town team Unfortunately (for summer months ." (Florida on either aide should be left should be left in their natural
The! tone-rum ..._ ... ..... "N.66"M them) the town boys were unableto City) open for natural and artificial state. Instead of being cleared cut
r..s .IN .. IN _..m5..1 make any Impression on the A. beautification purposes.New ,:to the of romnKTeialism. : -
ttt.be.el..w.M1.twd. II... II ISIS, -C. D. Latterner of West Palm serve purpose
me the a.st ....... __ L:i the score being only II to 2, Beach spent Sunday here voting highway construction outside .
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o 11. 1111. with w "
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in favor of the Legion the reservations has
s"e.a tae.... his family Mrs. Lattemer returned public i
-The death of W. C. Tyler on with him to make preparations become synonymous with the defacing I A young bank clerk proposed ti
April M, IKt"Mrs. Tuesday has been reported. JoI r. to move there, Mr. Latterner' ot the scenic resources in1 a modern girl the other night
Tumage returned Tuesday Tyler has been employed at the being employed there." (Florida the area traversed. Few indeed' -Darling,1* he wound up ant
are the travelers who would not iousl}, you could live on II':' L
to her home in Washington C. R Lee null west of Homesteadfor City) .
D. C, after an extended visit at sometime" "Council met on Tuesday prefer open views of rural Florida week couldnt you"
the Skill home." -'The grow era' association will night and drafted two ordinancesone unadorned by billboards gaudygas The girl. laughed
stations "hot dog stands. "Yes. the Mid ';U1 t i;:rEx
-"Ceo. Fuller hat returned to ship two cars of tomatoes and three calling for an election ti>
his home, after an operation at can of grapefruit. The price on vote bonds for street improvement beer parlors eating pUce auto -
the Homestead hospital' tomatoes has jumped way up and and one for an election to ......nun........ ...... ............... .......... ......... ... .. "\
-"A small tornado visited South these measly two cars will undoubtedly vote bonds to install an electric I
Dade Saturday last and did a little bring more than a dozen light plant The amounts. were not
damage. Jumping around from cars .a few weeks ago:' named but nil be fixed at A Liter, i J. D. (Jim) REDD
spot to spot The only damage The members of the facultyof date Both ordinances were I\l'n.
outside of pine torn up and shrubbery the Homestead school were f:rst and second rv..dIl1&> illida ':
blown over was at a flimsy I entertained by Mr and Mrs C. T I City IPLANNING
shack at Highland where two children Fuchs at their home on Tuesday -
were scalded by coffee when I evening and a very enjoyable BOARD
the house wa blown over At time was pent Dr. and Mrs J
Goulds a small house was blown I B. Tower were also the guests "ifMr Announcing

off its." feet and otherwise bat and Mrs. Fuchs for the .\"- I WOULD\ BEAUTIFY

nin"D.
-"Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Lucas and Fred Lucia for
HIGHWAYS\ l
Gossman on Monday morning, a and family left Tuesday for their STATE -
girl, to be named Eloise." home in low a."
*Mr -'The second recital given by I Ke-election I
and Mrs. J. H. Finlay Tallahassee. April :%5. Beaut
Mrs.
and daughter left Saturday for Jordan's musk pupils took
their home in Collingwood Ont. place on Monday evening in the fication of the state* hlhwa"I
to spend the summer. They were Farm Life school. It was practically one of the objectives of the Fbr as
accompanied nor t h' by Claire a repetition of the one given 'Ida State Planning Board. and that
Poe in Homestead last week Those i i
lmao. (Florida
City) I there Is great room for this ,-nprovemcnt i
playing at both recitals were:
-"c. P. Sheffield arrived home Lucille Arnold Cieula Dendv, I is readily agreed not COUNTYCOMMISSIONER I
Tuesday and" will remain here until Annie Hearn, Louise Connor Sarah'only by the citizens of this state
i Sunday. (Florida City.) Wright Leona Wood, Margaret i but also by thousand of tour iU
I -"The mass meeting! In the Jackson Grace Cobb. Mildred who. annually travel our roadway I
town hall on Saturday evening I Campbell Dixie Herlong Sadie i! Reference is not made to the t;
drew a large number of people. Murray, Doris Wever Cyrus Jor-1 1'tunl road construction. a5 t '
who expressed themselves as favoring dan. Richard Fuchs. Pearl Hill well established fact that ""tFloridas :, District No. ;vlOt
t a bond issue of $30.000 with 1,Edna Shepard, Grace Shepard. highway. when it ,
I which to improve our streets and Anna Maud Shepard Loretta to actual roadway rank vvi"-.
put up pole and wires for electric Home Vivian Free Mildred Cooper (:"<- t :n the countrx
I. lights." (Florida City ) I Eugenia WheKtonp Call Ssc,!iu- But there i is much to bop .. n Yon ,\'\0 si I'J'OKT WILL HK
r i -'Mrs. Wm. Mjen who has !micher Alma S.'hl1mw'1t'r.'pr- :islied relative to the .ippe" .
1: been at the hospital in Miami is non Pike and :\11>> Elsa H.i nlmMr .'( the n Rht-",t-u.iTin' .. \P1'REC"I:1TEI: )
greatly improved and is expected I -" and :Mi. H B Potter %\ercs 01 ",'." )lI m\.l\> ,I ....l..ll:1
: home this week (Florida City > left Wednesd.r' 1,111 n "\ "I.,': .tis Piate '. .
! -"W. M. i -- --
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Brad'ey and Sam Mc- "-
Kinstry have purchased through
t B W. Morris the rnngulai
. lot at the intei--cion if shaped South Green: : Lantern: RestaurantAdjoining : Jl'IM.K:

Krome avenue tApril 1 I

:9. m t : Hotel Kcdland Worth W. TrammellCandidate

ThursdJohn :' ':C: :t '> Mrs. Given Victor proprietor

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DISTRICT I, DADE COUNTYS JUDGE

I of he

Jed to Democratic Primary, May 7
CIRCUITCOURT

J. Lindsey I

Your Vole and Support

CINDIDVTE C!"v filth Circuitof
FOR Will lie Ape eclated Jluridh

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near loader Georgia. U jean ass

I Crs4...U Literary a4 Law d> alUa'.ts Mercer r ;nnll.JI. ,
'b' coed aJtu'aHy la twMkiloot .. II '
pen i Osieopathic Physician ....... Georgia.
*f the LecUtatare. Offer
Worked way threath reilei u wt.;rr la dining ban and JeeRer
twenty-fUre yean exper-
knee U the making and Interretattea .f TattruJI Square BU t March ta >If a.Batcisssr .
of the law." I Phone 39Homestead. U IlMMrable II T AtiOaMV deceased. and IK maintaining -
UM high Indilfataa tit by Jadre Atklnaoo.ri .

Dtaiarimllt rriaary I FU. i UM4 4 from Civil Court ., RceesiLrrcseat
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--...--"""-............./-...-.. very small way In Florida., Thomas B. Darnall and Thomas Treason 'USPJBM JOIU3.| PU J' sons= ',uatu Thank Offering Made

EasUn was the Key West printing Thompson. The Journal. 1908;E Accompanying Mr. Grlnold to By St. John's AuxiliaryOn
From An pioneer who put out the Registerand Frederick H. Matthews Tha the convention: were :Mr. and Mrs

I wish I had some copies of Guardian; dates and publishers H B Beattie and Dr. Irene ShankIln. -
Old May It It o'clock the cor.
Reporter'sScrapbook .
this sheet. unknown
porat communion of the Auxiliary .
Two yean later another news Contemporary accounts of Florida Mrs Beattie Is assistant officerof : of the St John's Episcopal

paper appeared in Key Wet, the are always Interesting reading.A the day of the International 'Church will be held and presentation .
West writer the name of Alex- Ladies' Aux'liaries, Patriarch Mili
Key Gazette which by
MNNIININI W N/MNNNN/NNNNIN/NNM/MINN N/N//NM ran a i of a united thank offeringwill
B, KALMI PItESON year from March: 21, the first day ander Gordon, writing in 1838, tant. Mr Beattia Is past grand be mad The united thank
of spring until December 1M2. Following stated that in 1831 the orange in representative of the soverign offering is taken up each year in

Some day the full part played by is a chronoliglcal: list of Florida had became the staple grand lodge. boxes by women of the church.It .

Florida newspapermen In aiding Key West newspapers: commodity of several cities Numerous Is collected throughout the year
stricken Jacksonville to defeat the groves of young trees had EX-SOLD1EHS WANTEDAn
Enquirer October: IS, 1834; Jesse as an offering whenever a special
ravages of the 1880 fever epidemic Atkinson, editor and publisher been planted and $10,000( refusedfor invitation to( coma In. and cause of thankfulness Is
will be told. Contemporary dispatches a grove consisting of only two chat has been Issued to all ex-
(changed to Inquirer In December, given At the general convention:
tell a brief story but our or three acres Extensive nurseries soldiers and other men by
1835. Published until end of 1839) young In October this will be presented
scrapbook does relate the story of The Light of the Reef, 1843 Ware could scarcely supply the demand Sgt Ozzie L. Wilson, sub-station on behalf of the whole church.
one courageous newspaperman, for young trees On the native
and Scarborough: publisher The commander, who has opened an
Solon A. Adams correspondent of Key of the Gulf, 1845; revived In orange were grafted the choicest office on the second floor of the
the New York World In Jacksonville varieties of other climates with of continuous
1857: William H. Ward, editor. New Post Office building Miami, un- one year service
Era, 1862 and 1883; R. B. Locke, great success but during February, der orders of CoL D. D. Tompkins, and who are under 39 years of age
When the Gateway to Florida ''editor and publisher, Key West 1835, East Florida was visited bya army recruiting officer for Georgia The proposition, he says is a \

was stricken by the yellow fever I Dispatch, 1887: W C. Maloney, severe frost, the worst ever and Florida. Sergeant Wilson has profitable one, which will m no

many people sought safety In I publisher. W. C. Maloney Sr. editor experienced In the state. The a special message .for all ex-regu way Interfere with an ex-soldier
flight but not men like Mr. Ad mi. !I ; In 1172 edited and publishedby I mercury went down even degree lars who have completed at least i civic life and work.
He stuck to his dank and sent below zero, the St. John river
H. A. Crain: In 1874, E. L'I
through the news to his In was frozen and the inhabitants
paper Ware editor and publisher
; suspended ,
New York. In 1879 he came downto 1877. The Key West I were amazed at the tight The
southern Florida jnd then In wild orange end fig groves lulferedequally
Guardian, 1870; edited and pub Re..Elect
with the cultivated ones
1888 moved to Jacksonville and lished by R. C. Neeld. The Key
worked with the men who founded as far south as Lake George (where
of the Gulf revived again in 1874
I ;
U Lake George?) However, FlorIdians -
the News-Herald. lIe was In charge H. A. Craln editor: to 1887 New I
of the Florida bureau of the Savan- I were not discouraged. The
Era revived in 1887 by George
cultivation of the mulberry was D. C. ColemanDade
nah
Morning Newt and correspondent Eugene Bryson The Democrat: ,
for the St. Louis Post- 18110; Asa Tift, William Curry, started in 1333 and in! one Instancea

Dispatch. Ho was born In Swan- ,publishers; Charles B. ., man bought a lot for $800 and

ton, Vermont, June 17, 1853 edu- editor, In 1883 Philip planted It. After two years he I Sheriff
cated at the Norwich University at son, editor. The Plndlelon'l sold It for $1,800, having sold as County

Northfirid and the Methodist Episcopal dor C. B. Pendleton many plants In the Interim at
:
Seminary In Montpelier. 1887 '- cleared his lot and all attendant

After being engaged In the publishing .Pendleton, publisher; 1888. The t expenses.

business in Swanton, he Advertiser, James T. Ball; 1890( .
moved down to Florida as mentioned Gulf Pennant. William R. Porter Grinold Named to HighOfficebyStateLO.O.F...
If
and W. H. Hutchinson; 1892; Cas- .I You're

Another correspondent who stuckto slus E. Merrill editor; to 1893.

his guns in Jacksonville and The Herald, 1894: John Denham ";; You're' Too
faithfully sent 11hia stories to and T. J. Appleyard (In 1899). c. P. Grlnold of Homestead was 1 1OW
the northern papers was Francis The Key of the Gulf, 1894: Walter elected grand patriarch of the I i'
R King-Hall He told about the W. Thompson, T J. Appleyard. I grand encampment of Florida of I OW

devastating effect of the fever The Inter-Ocean, 1894, T. J. Ap the Independent Order of Odd I
and finally became a victim himself pleyard; (Walter W. Thompson In Fellows at the annual convention Enough
Mr. Adams assisted Mr. Hall 1900)). !of the organization held in for

in covering the news for the The Citizen 1904. Key West sonville last week.

World Citizens of Jacksonvillewere Citizen 1904; (Consolidation of In- Mr Grlnold was elevated JaCk-I to Fairy

so thankful for the assistance ter-Ocean and The Citizen) Marcy office, the highest In the

given the sick by Messrs. Adams Vote
and Hall that they wrote to the Tales

World and expressed their appreciation -

These men went right out !
SQta
and talked to the sick and did not *t1 Vita
obtain their news secondhand liiti \
0 a
y
At the time of the epidemic in tt earen y iSa
Jacksonville, the Advocate of t:'' 11 Qtea i i

Gainesville was the only I Republican '

daily published in the southeast to

: the Jacksonville Metropolis (11C
suspended publication for a while 1 ,off 111 Those who aspire to the office now held by D. C. Coleman
but Editors Russell and Carter resumed .r are so hard pressed for facts that they resort to spreading fully
publication after a short tales. And, most fairy lutes deal with hobgoblins

dally: Charles B. Pendleton We can banish the weird Images by shedding LIGHT the
bought back the Key West Democrat Light of TRUTH upon the scene Here are a few facts about
and consolidated It with the + I(,' '.,'\-J.rrt t ;,. .. the record, the TRIED and PROVEN record of D. C. Coleman.
Equator under the name of the 4 d as Sheriff of Dade County "The Best Sheriff Dude County Has
Equator-Democrat: Ever Had"--YOUR Sheriff for almost seven years

This thought about Key West \
D. C Coleman has been an efficient, faithful, honest and
makes us examine our Journalistic .... Tw',",, 1'so dependable Sheriff. He has conducted the office of Sheriff of
Florida and discover U''
scrapbook -
on we ,
o" Dade County without
fop .,..a o a whisper or breath of scandal.D. .
that the first
newspaper .-
published In Key West was the :;;.. ,_us .., :: ::\::: c wjjA C. Coleman Is a sane and rational man, not an extremist
Register This milestone in Flor- .- .,..i'f \Ie4'I' *" In anything except his sense of honesty and loyalty to his oath
ida newspaper history occurred In "'\ a&1ui" '';'''' Ust W'" of office, He is not swayed by emotions or passion to the point
""" "' CIA of loiwig his sense of proportion. There Is nothing fanatical
January of 1829 at a time when -W'" It" tJI- tt ron, tl
,0 1yes 8-0 W d about him.
printing was something done In a ".. .... lKs:.:I'm "'
,
0 ..-.:' -'TVs fjfIIA ;:..O- to es :"'IW. 11b D. C. Coleman has never sought personal glory and sensational -
ON HIS RECORD :... *04,WW...\\0114. nos ::: dytst a&10.b 1tee publicity. Even when his work and his exceptional
do' of .:trdsrtul. ?i qualities have brought him renown-as. for example, his) part In
RE-ELECT \ ;: ,* to :-\I."oI *' 1.0y I the arrest of McCall, the kidnapper of the Cash baby-ha'accepted -
eA- 'l\I \ ''.'Ot. his just acclaim with appropriate modesty and went about
0\4. \
...... ,.\ 14' his routine duties as our Sheriff.
meg .Yf & :XTo D41 l1F1x I !t
V1Th During his tenure of office, D. C. Cole nan has returned I
rt,sit "nosatO: 1'4..:5:; > tv o t to the County In excess fees, the sum of $74.,40.14. Your taxes \
aspHAYES .' ..,$\\' OO\\ &0 TACiDolts \O,.,.. were that much lower.

k '.' "l ::,.I1' I.fi'CO In addition to the above, D. C Colemar office has during ,

;1 .-.' orA ,.141'- :, his term aa Sheriff collected and deposit. to the Fine and I
S
4 -'-=- 'EOJ Forfeiture Fund of Dade County the sum of '1,692.88. I
h tint et jfur piciry
.
.
if The deputies, under D. C. Coleman
ave made
: : r.*if u
1'r the County Jail both as County and Fedcrrl! prisoners

f D. C. Coleman's Initiative was Instninu al In establishing

the Road Patrol, with 24-hour service troU leg you and your
a family on the highway.
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The school traffic officers on duty outside the city limits :
In the County at school crossings, protect your children because
NEWS
THE WORLD'S GOOD D. C. Coleman, as your Sheriff, t. iks of your children as of
wui aotna, to your ]tome every day through his own. \

,THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR But-Way >. en? Ttuur heart fc.Ua yw the tntt.
t AM lmttrmitMl Daily NnmffftrS
,l _5e me Me _. _esaatnwtln ........ TM YW4eAso We. friends1 D. C. Coleman, and frlen of 1Il'ry cltuen
... as ..pins ..Yoe w .wtha: Mlthe ._ II less'. sat.Wt of Dad County, suggest that yen de jrvnr .' ri think,. Don't
es 1. wrr..Un!. with ..."' ... is X11.1 sae sad 011 _
be misled by campaign by Uaixltr and ......
...... s..lww sas w- __" rifles.e ruator II.
WOOD propaganda.

ttS SK&USSS:: .\tI ..... la the lest Ask ,..rwlt. "lI6n I any -.... from
Pass mi ablest -lss ft TIM Ckrtotiu M.m Monitor foe my personal experience, for wanting a abut. *. this dram,"
TAX COLLECTOR r.::: :1.11 _III. ... .onlb. "II ...Ib n 10I Since ,oa. unbiased and fair. are satisfied with IX C. (.. ....'
COUITEOUS rKOGRISSIVE.IFTTCIKfT I, .-..... ....... ....Iu.......__"'IIOD: I ,.,1110, ........ue administration aa Sheriff, you'II' If nor* Urn Mai. since ,_ have

11- ___ the best," and will vote for D. C. Coleman, Dade County's Choice
for Sheriff.
Ha kept his pronto and placed -
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Candidates Declare Themselves: at All-Afternoon RallyContinued



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( from Page One) was faithful to my trust," he lairl. date for the renomination In Group nlversary as a state In keeping(It to legislator for consideration
rnor will be to enlarge and repair "I thall. if elected keep faith with Three. "In all my dealings Incases I with that historic event MI. Carter before the tart of the session"
highways throughout the state.I the people and justify the confi- before ai well n with attorneys proposes to obtain federal funds to Thomas D Exerhart said "In thin
particularly those in the southern dence the voter place in mi:' during my eight years on finance a national celebration totake way the problems and wants of the
section. Roscoe Brunstetter, candidate the bench I have striven for a place In Miami He i It In favor section win be assured of adequate
Better school buildings adequateand for Judge of the circuit court high degree of Impartiality and of Immediate repeal of the Hatch consideration during the session..
certain pay for teachen must Group One, directed an attack fairness," Judge Trammell said act enabling relief workers to exercise I am a Rcdland District bend
be obtained if Florida would progress against his opponent In the race, "I have never played the role of their constitutional rights owner and an attorney of Miami
and maintain her rightful Judge Ron Williams "What hap- dictator. I do not regret my past the same as other citizen and will fight for your rights. If
place among other states, declaredJ. pened to the Madam Sherry case?" record. Attorneys know they can "If I am elected to the legislature you sec fit to elect me."
r. "Fritz" Cordon candidate for asked Mr Brunstetter "The notorious get justice In my court and every Group Two. I will map outa Repeal of the price-fixing law
representative, Group One "Mewl vice queen was before one of them in this area Is my definite and comprehensive program will be sought by Fred Pine,
of the ichool building we have Judge Williams but she Is free and friend" for South Dade and present (Continued on Page Ten)
are virtual fire traps and our chil- there never was a decision ren- I Dim Chappell candidate for
dren always are in danger" he dered"Mr ,state senator sAid: "My experienceIn I
\ aid. "It elected, I shall work to Bruniitetter also charged-that the state legislature In 1929 HEAR B. F. PATY
better school condition, Too, 1 I Judge Wlllnnn purchased furniture 1931 and 1935 has liven mo a I
shall strive to better condition lower Etui toanli ONLY Candidate for Governor
for his office without the permission weAlth of knowledge In parliamentary -
for the grower and former particularly of county commissioners procedure<< which wllllll\'e me AT LEGION PARK HOMESTEAD
in marketing I will fightto 'Doesn't' Judge Wllllums know added ability to get things done ,

repeal the gross receipts UK enough law to realize that he can't i for you. How I aided In creatingyour '1 P. 31. TUESDAY APRIL 30
and bar any attempts to produce do this?" the speaker asked "My experiment station In 1929 ,
a substitute for It." opponent Is not qualified In any and my work for the national park \raid ." ,:'. .j, \rti( 1 1I
John J. Und ey, candidate for way to hold the Important officeof project are common knowledge
judge of the civil court of record Judge" "I am for a definite program for
Group Two in his talk before the Judge Williams, following Mr the assistance of the aged und a
voters, pointed out that he has had Brunatetter on the speaker's plat- more than 23 years experience In form, sold he Is maintaining the give school teachers equate salaries -
the making and interpreting of high traditions on the bench let 1 and build new schools. I
laws and that he served In two by tin late Judge H Atkinson, think race tracks In the state
sessions of the legislature. "A whom he succeeded by appoint I should be required to pay addi- Any Suit Our Racks
judge must be fair and Impartial ment. "My court is conducted ina tional taxes and I would advocate on
at all times and I have these qualifications high state of impartiality and that this additional revenuebe I
with which to serve you," fairness," he said. "Ninety-five used to Increase the old age
he said. per cent of the lawyers who have pension fund At least 90 percent
Preston B. Bird candidate for practiced before me expressed of the employes of the tracks Sat 27BURTON'S 195
county commissioner, 5th district their complete satisfaction with should be bona fide residents and Apr.
said: "I have cultivated I the my decision. As for the Madam citizens of the county In which the ,
friendship of persons high In Sherry case, it Is true that I have track Is located."
national politics and this I I I not as yet rendered a decision because William J. Pruitt, another candidate -!
can turn to good advantage In t am following the law to I for state senator, told the I DAILY DROP SALE
helping South Dade. If elected I the letter I have allowed attorneys voters: "f am obliged to no personor i WE MEAN EXACTLY WIIVT WE SAY
hill work hard to better conditions permission file briefs and group of persons and I am not
in our section I would maintain at present I am awaiting a brlel controlled by any special Interests : that prices will drop each work-dav of the week" up to and
1 an office In Homestead and be which I must study before I can and belong to no faction I haveno Including the dates as shown Mhy should we site you a long
, in it on specified days of the week rule in the case enemies to punish and no rela- i line. of talk when the prices below and the manner In which they
, for the purpose of meeting the "My opponent Is swayed by er- tives to whom to give jobs. If I ,,11dm" each day speaks for Itself simply read then grab
'j people and discussing their problems roneous newspaper accounts and am elected I shall be governed off them big 1 bargains w hll" the Tabbing Is good. Folk In thin
1 with them. I Ii does not know facts. As to the solely by the wishes of the people." I end of the county will be the brst-drriwd group In the wholes
stale before this sale U
i "It would be my ambition and charge concerning my office furniture ,' Mr. Pruitt said his platform Included over.
aim to 'sell' Dade County and its the case Is almost too trivialto Increase of state old-age I
I products, first to Miami and Flor-' discuss. I bought the furniture.I assistance, continued support of DAILY DROP ON MEN'S SUITS
ida and then to the world. Our : made the purchase under a law the Townsend plan no sales tax I
i county Is a $100,000,000 corporation -' which permits me to spend up to a lower freight rates, completion of Saturday, April 27. Choice of any suit on our racks IIS.91
, which I know I can help manage certain amount. A story which Everglades National Park and full 1 Monday, April 29, Choice of any suit on our racks US.SS
with beneficial results to all." appeared in a Miami newspaper !support of organized labor's legislative Tuesday, April SO, Choice of any suit on our racks 114,95
Commissioner J. D. Redd, seeking distorted the facts and put me In program Wednesday May 1, Choice of any suit on our racks 11}.(I
' re-election laid his efforts in a bad light The reporter who I "I believe in the Golden Rule, Thursday, May Z, Choice of any suit on our racks lit.9S
behalf of South Dade have been wrote the fired 'Do unto others would have
story was My con- as you 3
Friday, May Choice of any suit on our racks HIM
untiring and continuous "I have duct of the court Is an open book; them do unto you'," said RobertJ.
Saturday, May i. Choice of salt our racks lit.3S
any
gotten results and if elected I there Is nothing to hide. I am Boone, candidate for judge of on
will get more results," he laid proud of the success I have made" the circuit court, Group Four Monday, May 6, Choice of any salt on our racks I J.S$
"The road building program, In "An Impartial and courageous "Justice should be tempered with Tuesday, May 1, Choice of any suit on our racks I I Si
which I participated Is well knownto administration of justice" was mercy, and if elected, I will abide Wednesday, May $. Choice of any suit on our racks "7.85
everyone. There are 3SO milesof premised by Frank E. Bryant, can- by this rule. I am well qualified Thursday, May $. Choke of any lull on our racks I 'W
roads in this district which I didate for judge of the circuit for the office. I have been In the Friday 111410' ChcWi. of any suit on our racks ISM
helped build and they are keptin court Group Three. "I can do this legal profession for the past 15 11
Saturday, May Choice of any suit on our racks I 4 ill
a perfect state of repair. We are I because I never have been Involved years in Florida and have practiced -
widening roads In this area and in any controversies in the before the federal court of This embraces our entire line of Hart Sthaffner & Marx,
will continue to do so. I worked' city of Miami" he said appeals at St Paul Denver and SI Curler Merit and Sewell Suits and consist of all models
for and finally saw completed The candidate identified himself Louis, and before the United and materials In the latest vogue as to styling and materials
Matheson Hammock, as well as the by pointing out that three States Supreme Court." The regular prices of these suits range from 111.95 to f S2.it.
local airport and the perks In this months ago sitting as special master Marshall Battle spoke in behalf New .. there any I'n..nh, every man In this end ol the
stale should not be well. clothed?
ana I have been honest in my under appointment of Judge of Gov. Fred P. Cone, candidate
efforts to improve your district" John W. Holland of the United for United States senator.
H. Earnest Overstreet, candidate States !District Court he recommended A protective tariff which will THE: SAME MFTIIOD APPLIES ON ALL HEN'S DUES
for state representative, Group, for approval Homesteads help the growers of South Dade
Three, declared he Is opposed to entire plan for settlement of Its will be sought by Jerry W. Carter, PANTS AND HOYS' SI ITS. WITH rRI( 114 DROPPING
passage or"any new itate tax laws bonded Indebtedness under the also a candidate for United States EACH PAY
and that he has been firm against Wilcox.bankruptcy act. senator, Kyle Fox, speaking behalf -
raising of any tax rates. "We do Geo. E. McCasklll, a candidateIn of the candidate said 'Mr
not need additional sources of the same group for judge of the Carter will seek development of
i. venue. We have too many taxes circuit court, laid he has been Florida by encouraging tourist l MLY DK01' ON LADIES' DRESSES
r. rw. The poll tax was an evil practicing law In Miami for the trade', Mr. Fox said "He will
Saturday, April 27 Choice of any dress on our racks 14 *
hich I worked against
\ past 23 yean and Is thoroughly promote worthwhile Industries and
Pointing to his experience of qualified to occupy the bench. He secure federal aid In making sur- Monday, April It). Choice of any dress on our racks I*
.ore than 25 years in the practice hal served ai city attorney for veys to reveal the natural resources Tumdav April 10, ('hol,e of ant dress on oar racks Si .
of law in Florida and Georgia, W, Miami Beach for 21 months and which are worth develop- Wednesday, May I, Choice of any dress on ovt racks I*
L Burwell candidate for judge of rendered a similar service to Homestead nf. He will aid and protect farmers TblU'ldayIa! !, Choice of any dm on our racks $.
.
circuit court, Group One said several years ago he said growers of citrus and livestock Friday, May 3, Choke of any dma on our rub ft
i... 'is well qualified to occupy the A judges bench Is no place for owners and will work I
1943.1 Saturday May 4, Choice of any dress on our racks 12 '
tench. 'During this long period a judicial Hitler declared Circuit crop and grove Insu. nee In
Monday, May 6, Choice of drew on our rim k. 12Tumday .
the legal profession I always asp
.a Judge Worth W. Trammel, candl- Florida will celcbraw: IU 100th anfl -I "I
l May 7, Choice of any drew on our racks It

I Wednesday, Mar S, Choice of any drew on our racks II

Thursday, ;May 9, Choice of any dress on our racks II.
Spessard Holland f'rlI.., 10, Choice of any dress on our racks II. .

Saturday; .&, 11, Choice of any dress on our racks II.2t

Our entire stock of high-grade Dresses contlntin. ,f Hop-
00"J for GOVERNOR Reed and other leading makes formerly sellli. -, nig),
as 1995 Now Is there any good reason why ll hould
a not have several of these fine dreesss? Sizes rang from
12 to 48.
Has expressed his stand and Interest in
protcctlngg the agricultural Interests of
EQUAi, the state against outside competition and USE DUn LAY-AWAY PLAN .
his Interest in continuing; liberal assistance
JUSTI 'FTO to experimental work particularly In aiding -

At.. in every way possible the Subtropical
Experiment Station at Homestead. BURTON'SDepartment
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I "Trustworthy and Coormreocu, Not :Merely I
Able lawyer bunncu Fran" .cImIIl'O'vet,
Time-Servlni, Not Traralrat to Political Expediency : Store & Bargain Basement
ff dent Saw
,:J war vettnn Tan
Selfish Influence .
SubirtmlT to
1 ", TL aclwf iid esrennced.amnve.'R or I homestead More Open Evrnlnr* I'atil light Florida
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murder cases! but there have been out of the county" "Conditionsmust .
no arrests because these! confessions be changed and I will change
I have been kept from the them," he Hid.Cooperation.
II Homestead High-Lights Ii prosecutor by; the sheriff. Cole- with all citizens In

man is unfit to hold this Important his district a* well is with other
office and he must be supplanted law enforcement officer was
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by; one who will suppress promised by Herman L. Walker,
Medal: Are AwardedFor live in Opa-Locka. In an Inter- been painted and decorated with crime." candidate for constable. Mr. Walker ".
Civitan ContestThe view we learned that of all boys designs. Mr. Coleman followed Mr. Row- who lives at Perrine, laid be
she likes red-heads and blonds The elementary] art classes are land on the speaker's list. He said will concentrate all his efforts In
best. We wonder, if this statement making portraits of classmates.The he has been operating hit officeon fulfilling his duties as an officer,
winners of the Clvitan essay could possibly have anything; a business basis during the past in the event he Is elected.
contest, Henry Dodon of the to do which a certain boy who seventh grade art classesare seven years and has taken partin Wmfam H. Sjkes of Homestead,
twelfth grade Jamie Richards of clerks A & P making pictures from
in the grocery. postage the solution of many Important another candidate for constable
the eleventh, Doris of
Thompson Carleton Sweet stamps. |criminal I cases. He declared he hadobtained pointed out he has rounded out 14
the tenth and Charlotte Geronlmoof
Carleton Sweet I "convictions"i as a result experience as a law enforcement -
the ninth were guests of the was born in "What'a your name? the sporting years
'of arrests at the La Paloma club officer and is capable of
club Tuesday at a luncheon meet- Hillsborough county Florida. He loads manager asked the performing -
I and has convicted Al Youst, part the duties of the office to
ing in the Biscayne room of the came to Homestead at the age of young applicant for a job.
owner of the place several times. the satisfaction of the voters
Columbus Hotel. fourteen and entered school in the "Ford replied the lad. I
Medals engraved with the names ninth grade. He is five feet, nine "And your first name?" As for closing the club: I Joe M. Scarborough Incumbent
.>( 'he winners were presented. inches tall We know very little "Henry." I "An officer cannot close a clubor ,candidate for re-election said a
I of his life as a youngster. "Henry Ford eh?" remarked the any other undesirable place be- constable is one of the most Important -
His favorite color is blue. His manager with a smile "Thats a cause his hands are tied by law" I officers in the county. He
LASS BROADCASTS favorite subject Is history, but he pretty well-known name." I I the sheriff said "The courts can said the local night court of the
TI' second period public spcak- doesn't care for Latin. He doesn't The boy looked pleased. "Yes :close a place: the officer can only I i justice of the peace wherein cases
nIl! dm under the direction ofAir I care much for night life and pre-I sir, it ought to be" he replied make raids and try to get convictions -, of the constable are disposed of,
Blackburn broadcast Wednesday fers to stay at home under his I proudly. "I've been delivering in court. I cannot run persons was established during his term
morning a discussion on "Mak- mother's apron string He was groceries around her for two years out of town simply because of office for the convenience of
ing a Democracy Work" over station I I formerly a member of the Homestead now.-Ex. I they are suspected to be hoodlums farmers and growers of the area.
WQAM The time was 9.301 Safety Patrol with which he This is a free country and a person He said he Is vice-president of the
to 9:49. no matter how bad his Dade Constables' Association
took a trip to Washington last repu- County -
Those who participated in thediscussion I year. He is also a member of the RALLY tation, has his constitutional which is active in the pro-
were: Jeanette Campbell Homestead High School band. rights" I motion of legislation designed to
Goaldia Grennell Warren protect the rights of the lower
You may see him frequently Mr. Coleman denied he is "hold
Morris, Gordon Dill, Allen Pope, (Continued From Page Nine) I courts.
,juking around in a gray 1935 Ply- ing out" important evidence in two
Roger Glenn Clarence Williams, ;mouth. candidate for legislature Group I murder cases.William W. B. Caves, Sr. candidate for
John Little, Effie Mae Waters and He was the chief bench-warmer, Two, In the event he is elected I P. Hardie candidate I justice of the peace, said he Is well .\lr
the chairman, Edward Kirby. he told the voters. for sheriff said he motivatedby for the
on the Homestead basketball team. was qualified post by reason
This program was one of the ,He Is now playing as left fielderon "I am not seeking this post as a high ideals to seek the office of his wide acquaintance with residents -
many programs to be broadcast the Homestead baseball team,I stepping tone to greater things" and if elected would "run things of Homestead and South
throughout the United States The and he Is contemplating being i a he said. "I want to be of serviceto American fashion He said he was Dade and his familiarity with con 1.
script used was original. This future Joe DiMaggio of the New I the people and I have no politi- opposed to the underworld and ditions and the problems of the
broadcast was the climax of cal ambitions."
a York Yankees. ,would seek! to "run the gangsters people.
project on radio technique. .:......- I Hayes Wood candidate for reelection -
as tax collector, pointed
JUNIOR PLAY NEXT FRIDAY Jacks6hPlIst NEWS out that he established an auto-
Miss graders are mobile license branch at the Homestead .
The
junior class
play will be
given next Friday, May 3. The happy to welcome back Billy Mc- Legion building, and thai he Want A Job ?
juniors are working hard to makeit Culloujh aftiUJa! brief illness. I handled, during his tenure of office -
a real success, They; are resuming work on hcfc-: $20,892,000 "without losing a
post office. cent." He said hit improved tax 1
The pupils In Mrs. Thurmanroom receipt has proven a success bothto
A quilt Is being made by the : had a half holiday last Fri- the tax payer and to his office
tenth( tirade home economics daises' ,day. They are now looking forward His opponent, Tom Kelly attendedthe How big a job-$3, $10, $30 per week?
rum scraps of dresses. ] to the arrival of their new rally but was unable to speak
I readers. because of an infected throat.
should Mr. Business Man hire ?
Senior Rojrue's GalleryBy I Miss Ray's pupils presented a Crime Is allowed to run rampantIn Why you
ALLEN: POPE "safety program in chapel. They Dade County under the present
:Margaret Field I!are now having fun walking the I sheriff, who has "betrayed his An untrained mind is as a broken body
tight rope in multiplication. Those sacred trust to the people." John I
Margaret Field was born Ind I I.who miss or break any bones are I B. Rowland, candidate for sheriff, ] -needs a hospital.
Homestead on January 31 1923 i'I,sent to the hospital. The new declared in an attack on the :Incumbent i
the twin of her sister, Mildred 'I,citizenship club has given each I D. C. Coleman. "When i Train for something. Be the best.
Field She Is of !
one the
youngest if he
member a colored star obeys the sheriff allows the LaPaloma j
of ,e\en children. the citizenship rules. ,club the blackest spot this side
She spent her youth roller skating Mrs. Dye's pupils have made of hell, to operate unmolested I Five hundred twenty-six hale blazed
\nd playing snake-in-the-gut-I covers for their Eskimo booklets I there is something smelly about I
ter. Margaret, are ;you still in thegutter' ,They; have pasted them on clothespins the whole situation" he said. "It I I the way before )'OU.Don't .

'I and hung them on the I)UB. is true there have been 73-arrests i imade
She may be seen every Satur- !They are all entering a confftt in connections with raids on'I'
day m the McCrory's; enticing peo-h in citizenship. The winner will the 'joint,' but there have been | expect society to shape itself to
pie to buy from her. She Is seventeen ,
I receive swimming tickets. no convictions in court The .
yean old has brown hair Mrs. Wynnfroom has finished sheriff has In his possession I you.Ile
brown eyes, and she Is five feet, making clay vessels, They have two confessions in two sensational!
live inches In height. She took
... I of its carrying
the part of Mrs. Purcell In the 1 '" t I a part power.
senior play, "Spring Fever" We:'
wonder if she Is still searching for ;i William H. SykesCandidate I
'Henrv" I,
Her favorite study is boys
What boy Margaret* Her ambition : for See us for summer rates today
in life is to get married and j I J

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April 26 1940
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven.

I their ton and at the national convention which Vihlen, Grace Burry, Charlotte
[
Mr and Mrs. she will attend very soon. Murray, Doris Singleton, Barbara

In and Ground ,I Miami. dBUlhter.lnlaW'1 Attendance was 100 per cent In Wright, Elvira Burry Teenle Tor-
Patrols One and Two, with Captains bert, Verna Faye ...Anderson Kate
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Mrs. Lucy Hole Marie Rogers and Rosemary Gautier, Lena Belle Bonds, Marion
I her home in Danville, IlL She Bertha Mae
Hennmgton. Captain Elvira Bur- Decca. Flagg Evelyn
spent the season here with her Gossman Melba Collins Marie
Homestead ry's patrol suffered one absence ,
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and All Girl Scout with 100 per cent Rogers, Rosemary Hcnnlngton.
Mrs. W. H. Sheffield. attendance for a year are awardedthe Eloulse Robinson, Louise Robinson -

:. gold star pin. Those with only Rosemary Burk Kathleen
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bemis of West
one absence are given a silver star Campbell, Kathryn Levy, Thelma
The Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Black-
her brother this morning for a I Charleston, Vt., have arrived for Johns Hazel Johns and Kathleen
ford had as guests on Tuesdayand visit In Washington D. C. Mrs a short visit here. They will be pin.Those present were: Sarah Wagner
Wednesday, Mrs. W. D. Dwlght :Delk and Mrs Mackey accom- accompanied on their return trip
of Holyoke, Mass, Mrs A. Hatch panied them as far as Blackshear.I by Fred Parlin.
of Conway, Mais. and Miss Mary Mrs. Delk, Mrs. Mackey and Don
Ryari of Amherst Mass Mrs.I'Delk are mother sister and brother I Mrs. Charles Becker, Miss Rosa-
Dwight is editor of the Holyoke respectively of Mrs. Dunn and lyn Becker and Grover and Bunny
Transcript Miss Delk.F. Becker were Sunday dinner gue*' H. L. "HERMAN"WALKER
of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker.
Mrs. A. M. Logan returned last E. Hendry who has been
Thursday from a visit with friends spending a month visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Joe kuppcrtz spent
and relatives in Northficld, Crook- Mrs Joseph Elder and Mrs. J. E. Tuesday and Wednesday in Key
ston and Duluth Minn. Elder, returned Tuesday to his West.
home In Indianapolis I
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Natoli and
The Rev. C N. Walker of Soc- Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Gibbs haveas daughter, Mary Jane, left Tuesday
rum, former pastor of the First guests Miss Lois Funchess, sis- for Oswego, N. Y.
Baptist Church of Homestead ter of Mrs Gibbs, Miss Lessie I -
spent Wednesday visiting friendsin Ruple, S B. Ruple and Doyle Mr. end Mrs. Albert Phillips returned Candidate for
Homestead Goodwin all of Orangeburg S. C I Sunday from a three-
Mr. Ruple and Mr. Goodwin will month stay In Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Frick return today> but Miss Funchess I '
have as their guests for several and Miss Ruple will remain for Mr. and Mrs: E: Goodson of Fort
weeks, Mrs Fricks sister, Mrs two weeks. Lauderdale moved into the Clin- CONSTABLE4th
Robert H Wingfield of DeLand ton garage apartment Friday.
and small ion, Bur*ell Captain and Mrs. F. S. LeCainof
! Miami Beach have purchasedthe Mr. ind Mrs. Edward Staling returned -

Mrs T. B. Grantham spent the Samuel Preger home on West Monday from a one-week
Bauer drive. Mr. LeCain is I trip In Central Florida. District
week-end with her parents, Mr a
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and Mrs. W. T Watkins In Plant Miami bar pilot. Mr and Mrs. Le Bert Rush has; returned from
City. William Grantham Cain will divide their time between
who has No Man's Key where he was employed -
' been visiting his grandparents re- their Miami Beach home I He plans to leave for the
turned with his mother. and their home In Redland. Mrs. north after a short visit In Florida
LeCain Is active In the EasternStar City. Solicits Your Support in the
Mrs Chas. Camp had as visitorson and a member of the Mlamlan ""
! Woman's Chorus Mrs Eleanor Mr. and Mrs;: : H J.
Sunday, Mr and Mrs. S A I II' Derbyshire
r Smith I of Miami, Mr and Mrs: Frosher, real estate broker, of I of Flint Mich., who are spending Democratic Primary of May 7
I'' Leonard Waters of Miami Springs, Florida City, handled the sale. the winter In Miami, were here
Mrs D P. Harding of Miami and over the week-end.

Mrs. J. E. Elder I Ralph Moon attended the Ma- ..""' "' "'....
sonic convention held in Jackson- 1. ; (Paid Political Advertisement)
I ville last week. Rcdland Girl ScoutsBy
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Parker hadas I
Mrs. L. M. Snell of Miami is KVTIILFENGNER
guests over the week-end, Mrs. visiting her scn-ln-law and daughter "...."...."..""""'."""""'.".""."..."".."...,..,,"'.,,,,
Parker's sister, Mrs E. C. Croutof
Detroit and son Theodore and Mr. and Mrs. Sam J Davis In Troop 38 graced the occasion of

Mrs S. M. Poppell of Jessup, Ga. Redland. Miss Dempsey Creary's and Mrs
Marshall C.
On Sunday the group visited Key Mrs. B. C. Murphy returned Sat- George E. MiCjskillsisit with a
tea 'last Monday
West. urday from Jacksonville where afternoon when
they held their regulate wcckl
she attended the funeral of her 1
Mrs. Nellie B. Bridges has returned brother-in-law, Glen E. Pollard. meeting WISEHEARTCandidate
to her home In Blakely, Kathleen Wagner Introduced the
Ga., after spending several months Mrs. John Neafsey and Infant guests, who were: Miss scout&.1
with her son-in-law and daughter, I son, Edward Albert, returned to I rector of Dade County Girl
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence. their home Tuesday from the PostGraduate I[Mrs. McCaskill, county councilman -
hospital. Mrs C. F Hrnnlngtnn Mr, for

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Singleton and I """""" ,,',,,,,,,,'''',,,,,' ''''''''''''I I A. L. Campbell, Mrs Heinlein.

son visited Douglas friends and In Fort Mrs Lauderdale W. H. Cast FLORIDA CITY Wagner Mrs. Harvey, Mrs.Gossman Rogers and Mrs Mr Carl LEGISLATUUEGUOUP ;
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By Mrs W. I .
Tuesday. """""""".."."...",,,..,,"'W.,,,,,..SeveryMrs. ...,,,,,,...,,,,"""".'1 Cunningham.i The .
] meeting followed a formal 2
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Miss Annie Nixon who has been Hubert Potter left Thursday procedure of club business and
spending the winter with her for her summer home in North]I problems. Thelma Johns presided
brother-in-law and sister Mr and Haven Conn. i j Mill Creary answered question- y ': Subject to Democratic
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and complimented the 1'
Mrs. J. A. McNeill, left Tuesdayfor troop tn r
Dr. and Mrs S. S.
Shields visited taking with
away her of the
many
her home in Buffalo. Primary,
from I I
Wednesday till Sunday with girls handcraft articles foi displai .

Mr and Mrs Robert S. Dunn I May 7

and Miss Vera Delk had as visitors THE IOWFR EAST TOST I
Our
this week, Mrs. J. S. Delk and ONLY CANDIDATE Neighbor J
Mrs. DeVera Mackey of filack- i Your Vote and Sup-
shear Ga., and Jimmy and Valdez
Mackey and Don Delk of Washington B. F. Paty port will be appreci-

D C. Miss Delk left with .:. ated.

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ELECT i Merits Your Vote i
HONEST, AISLE AND INTELLIGENT REPRESENTATION -

Thos. B. EverhartLEGISLATURE --0-- FOR DADE COUNTY

Not In 50 yean has the (Paid for b> Friends)
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. HOMESTEAD SENIORS ARE HONOR GUESTS ,. N -......The .Calendar....-......

AT WOMAN'S CLUB-OF HOMESTEAD-- PARTY NNNNINNN/NNN --.--.-

The members of the graduating Miss Jeanette Campbell. Miss Mary Apr. 28-Meeting of federal art
class of Homestead High school France Arthur Miss Mary Grace classes In Chamber of Commerce

were honor guests at a meetingof English Miss Jane Catlln Miss building.
the Woman'i Club of Home. Katherine Marsh Mini Louise Apr. Homestead P. T. A.
tend Tuesday afternoon In the Barnes Mint Claudia Conner Miss candy sale.

clubhouse. Elizabeth Hall Elwin Cooper, Herbert Apr. 28-Meeting of Townsend
Liters and other cut flowers! were Booth, William Angellnl, Clin- Club In Neva King Cooper School
used in the decorations. ton BiShop, Henry Dndson Everett ,... auditorium at 2:30: o'clock.

Mr Hurry D. Wolfe, past president Schulrr. Thomas Varnadoe Harold Apr 29-Called meeting of University
of the club, read an odo to Rodford Eugene Sounders How- Club at 4 o'clock at home
the in-coming president of the ard Went, Oscar Cloinlnger Carlton '' Ira of Mrs. B. M. Hindmun
tub, Mrs II. K. Fotilk writtenby Sweet Edward Kirby and
Mi- L. L. Bow poet laureate Harry Pierce. 'The class sponsors, May 1-Rotary Club's father-

of tin iluullowurd I Mrs. T. J. Blelcr and Mrs It. L son-and-daughter luncheon.
West president of the Scott, also wore present May 2-Book tea and curd partyof

senior clan Introduced the seniors Band member present not in ...) Episcopal Auxiliary at home of
t<> the .ludicnoe. A girls' quartette the senior claw, were Robert ..I "If. Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield at o'clock..

from use school, Hilda Dodnon Kuhn. Hubert Smith Mnrlow May Meeting of W. P. A. art
Mary Frances Rutland, Lois Jacobnen Tom Hodges Louis Murray /.J i |clans In Chamber of Commerce
Pieroand Mary Ellen: Drarlng, John Kuhn. Paul Rue. Edwin w building.

sang. "Kentucky Babe" by Giebel. Booth Don Done Frank Haus- May 3-11. H. S. junior play,
Philli Wllsun.. vlollnlaL ulaviM' man. Blllv Jilnxhl. rr.nlr 01,.. "Jonsey.
"When Day 11- Done," "Over theRiiinbow" Jack Barnes, David Barnes' Fi ;-'1 w May 3- Meeting of Episcopal
und "Ah Sweet Mysteryof ence Nelson Lonnie Home John I
Llfu" The high/ ichool band McLean, Grlctje Terburg. Harry Auxiliary.
under the direction of Mrs. W. Martin F.orrest Bell R. H. Spear May 6 Meeting of Woman's
Mills played "Spirit of DI B'j Q. Lowe and Bon Bvchdol. ClUb of Homestead.

by Rowland "Moonglades" Club members and their guests May Meeting of Garden Club
Brown. "Southern Medley" by present were' Mrs R. J. Elliott fM with Mrs. E. J. Norman Jr.
Ascher. and "Oh! Jolmfiy" popular I Mrs. J. F. lUmmott. Mrs R. R. Y May Meeting of Junior Wo

dunce number. The seniors conrlmled I Kinard Mrs. O. W. Calkins Mrs. man's Club of Homestead.
the program with the sing Herman Js
Helnleln
Mrs.
J. D. Redd
May Meeting of B. P. W. C.
ing of the school song Mrs. B. E. Catlln, Dr. Irene ShankHn .
at 8 p. m. In new Chamber of
lftwti>sgp for the afternoon
were Mrs. Grow MeLellan Smith
Mrs E J. Dyal, Mrs A. F. Arthur, Mn. Joel I J. Robinson, Mrs A. Commerce building.
May All-day quilting partyof
MM. P J. Franklin and Mrs. Eliza. Jones, Mrs. Carl Drawdy Mrs
W'f
Redland Ladles' Aid at homeof
beth Fuchi. Cookies and punch McClung. Mrs. M. F. White, Mrs. F. W. Stillmnn.
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were served.Members Emmett Crowson, Mrs Annie R. ... ,... ...... May University Club tea
of the senior class attending Butler, Mrs. W R. Anderson -""-' """Ii.JIil n;;!1U.cJ.J11MISS ;
Mrt.j from 4 to 6 o'clock at home of
were: Mimes Margaret Gordon E.: Dill. Mrs. B. M. EMMA JEAN HOLLAND Mrs A. A. Payne.
mid Mildred Field, Miiis Edwina man Mrs.
Fielding Ruff Mrs.
floae." Miss Guuldlu Grennell Miss J. Faust, Mrs. W E. Rheney, HOWELL KOPP OF HOMESTEAD TO WED under May sponsorship 8- Drlsklll of Wolfe Homestead recital
Phyllis Bell Miss Rachael Cosi- D. W. Shetzhne Mrs J. D. 1"1
EMMA JEAN HOLLAND OF PENSACOLAj P. T A.May .
mon Miss Nina Dyal, Miss Effie kin, Mrs Wolfe, Mr. Foulk Homestead P. T. A.
MJ Waters. Miss Birdie Horne Miss Pearl Whltaker, -
j I The engagement of Miss Emma; ; ; from the University of Florida Installation meeting at 8 p. m.

Jean Holland of Pensacola and '!where he May 22-Meeting of Lily Bow
was a member of Lambda
I MR. AND MRS. G. R. HALL GIVE STEAK f Book Review Club In library at
Howell Stewart Kopp, son of Mr. Chi Alpha fraternity. He f Is

FRY ON THEIR LAWN TUESDAY EVENING and Mrs. W. A. J. Kopp of Homestead now employed by the First National 8p.May m.27--Meeting of Jennie Lob-

was announced Sunday by Dank of Homestead and dell Circle,
Mr inrt Mrt. 0. R Hall entertained DRISKILL WOLFE RECITAL Miss Holland's parents Mr. And Is a commissioned officer in the May 31 Meeting of Redland

with a steak fry Tuesday TO BE THURSDAY, MAY t I Mrs, B. V. Holland of Pensacoln. army reserve. 'Home Demonstration Club.

evening on the lawn of their home Thursday, May 8, has been set The marriage will take plan the
on Kings Highway. as the date for the Prlsklll; Wolfe first part of June In the First
I recital which the Homestead P. T. Methodist Church of Pensncola.
Dancing followed the I
supper.The A. will sponsor, tutordlng t < to an Miss Holland has visited In THE DIXIE DRUGJACK
guests Included: Dr. and I announcement mJrJ, Wednesday Homestead on several occasions.

Mrs. J A. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. A'j by W. R. Bird. P'; | president.The She has an L.i. degree from the FOLK-HOWARD JOHNSON
'tosly
M. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Dave recital at 8 p. m. 'Florida State College for Women Phones 30 and ml-Homestead. Fla.
Webb. It Is being given for tne association's and an A.B. dt'lIrt'Cllrom the University t UrMrfy HMi'i: ovont.'ffwM voUs '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb. I \\Ta'fi lIp and )b. f": ;, .
Mr and Mrs. Curl I piano fund. of Florida and is a member \.... wont toil long. Ulioni on cvttinf b d9tH the lUiol Woy.. .... Deden. Mr. and of the American Association ': ; ............. .
Mrs T. J. Harris Mr. and Mrs 'GROUP TO CUE i of University Women. She Is a PACK 100 PURETEST
Lee If Lehman Mr. and Mrs. C. NOVEL BENEFIT PARTY teacher In the Sabra It Collins 4 n
J. Pin num. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ASPIRIN TABLETS ,
A program of bridge five hun elementary school In Pensacola.Mr. +
UriHiku Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird' 210 .
dred and Chinese checkers as wellas Kopp. a native of Birmingham -
Mr and Mrs. T. J. Faust Mr. and musical numbers Is promised AlA., came to Homesteadwith sieAdrienne
Mm diaries Fuchs.> Mr. and Mrs. those his parents, five
who attend the benefit party years ago HOUR
Jake llrouks. Mr. and Mrs ThomasLindsay. which the Woman1 Auxiliary of Me was graduated from Wilbrnj'hum cralcam .
Mr. and Mrs Oeo. N. St. John's Academy In Wilbruhnm Movement
Episcopal I
Church .
Wuto'fu-lil, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. give at the home of Mrs. Goo.will N. Mass., and received on A.B. degreePrDr. ........,.,. ..,...,-...- I ''A
HiiiHitiin. Mr. And Mrs. W. E. '
,. 1111"11I'Mr.. and Mrs. D. Wnkefield next Thursday afternoon OLD COLONY' 'ad 'metlas2rs,.
Mi mid Mrs. Julian H.E.Webster Biwhor, at 2 n'rlock.Everyone I Leonard AV. Ilaskin ; ,, -,"J

Mi .mil Mrs. GI'Of.! Is asked to bring a ....I.II.ln. l. *<'. K...lit.ll... Alarm ctocJ; .
Fritk Mr
book she has finished and is willIng I rilllnt ... R>p lrlntGLASSES.f PNtSulW4t I
I nnd Mi" Thonuis Tiilbott. Mrs. A.
W lIutl'llinson.frs.! E J. Dyal. to veil to some one rise It Is I f 41 |u.nnl...T.. tone lUI., Alcohol
Mrs T B. Grantham, Mn J. A. hoped that many interesting books I4i N. a. rim .... KI.-I. PI*. A dependable clock .t a real Rubbing
will change hands it small cost C.".l .lr Air C. .iu"" Volvo plcel l |>ory, Geese as
Pollard. Mrs. Adrian Jacobs Mrs I fx t.nxntent tnmf A "
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Prices will be awarded and is akin.
D. C. Mn. G. W. Drake of Wash) salad sandwiches and SPECIAL .NO\t 98ctat. .. '
cakes and
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Robert H. Win, tea will be served.
I field ni' tVLand, Mis A. F. Arthur rftu THE REXALL STORE t Lanttubt Brittn '
Mrs, Howard Johnson. Mrs. Elizabeth "
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1 FOR BOOK ITS CLUB SUMMER CM\\CE9PLANS: : MEETINGSThe ),Parent-Teacher the commonly association accepted one besides EQUAL JUSTICE

Lily Bow Book Review I of helping to buy extra school

] r Social Events 11 Club voted Wednesday night to qulprnent. PLAN STRESSED
discontinue Its present course dur- They should she said, help
ng the summer months and to parents to help their children to
make instead a study of one late cad I fuller lift, physically men 1NIIENDRYRACE
took and Its author at each meet- tally, socially and spiritually; they

, In,. should help to build correct relationship -
KEDLAND AID ELECTS MRS. ARMSTRONG I
Richard Uowellyn will be the since thrce-fourthi of our Judge Norman Hendry of the
PRESIDENT AND PLANS QUILTING BEE author for the next meeting, May waking hour are spent In group; civil court of record who Is a

22 and Mrs. Theo J. Bleier will review they should help select life work candidate to succeed himself, says:

: Mri H. J. Armstrong who. has An all-day quilting party will be his "How Green Was My and teach right attitudes toward "If I continue my work on the
Valley." work; ind they should foster civic bench I shall remember that all
been acting president of the Red- held by the group on Wednesday,
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May 8, et the home of Mrs, Still- Mrs. R. J. Elliott, secretary re- respomlblllty since wt do not live standing before the bar of Justice
:: land Ladles' Aid wu elected president
man. I'nrtcd that there are now several for ourselves alone.O. stand on the tame level; I shall beeV't'l'
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of the society at its meeting Present were the Rev. ind Mn. memberships available for those conscious UUIt Is my part

4 Wednesday at the home of Mri. C. 0. Nelson, Mrs. Geo. W. Tur- Interested In Joining the club. Mn. E. S. MEMBERS SEE not to make law but to pronounce
4 J. T Kelly Mrs. Anna Messer- ner, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Brewer, Lawrence Becker presided.Mrs. NEW CHAPTER FORMED it fairly ai I find It. I will keepIn

smith was elected first vice-presi Mrs. George E. Deuel, Mrs. Armstrong C. J. Pnrmnu gave a biographical Mr and Mri. Charles Turner, mind that persons come before
dent; Mrs Kelly, second vice- Mrs. Messersmith, Mrs. sketch of the life of Mrs. George W. Turner Jr., Mn the court not to be regaled with
i president; Mrs. M. M. Ramsey, sec- Kelly Mrs. Ramsey Mrs. Stillman, George W Cable and Mis Ben R. W. Mulllns, Mrs. Lloyd Deitz wit, humor and eloquence from the
retary; and Mrs. T. W. Stillmnn and a visitor Mrs. James Gafford Archer reviewed his "The Grand- Misses Esther and Helen Living bench but to have the benefit of

trellul'er.t of Fort Myers, who Is a guest at irslmes" Mm George D. Ruehle ston and Miss Alice Macombrr the learning which the judge is
Annual reports were read the Kelly home. told of the life of Wm. Sidney wont to Biscayne Temple In Miami able to bring "to bear upon the

Porter ((0. Henry) and rend one Saturday night to witness tlie I subject In hand.
Judge llondry I was appointed to
<< AD ASTRA CHAPTER CLEARS food and making articles from of his stories Mrs. J. E. Gauzena formation of a new Eastern Star I ale bench several months ago. IIV

v<< $20417 AT FISH FRY local products accomplishment told of the life of Frances Hopkin- chapter, Allnpattah Chapter No. Is married, a home owner, and
Two hundred four dollars and learned during the yeAr. At the son Smith and read a short biography 194. has lived In Miami 19 yenn Admitted I
", twenty-seven cents was the amount close the cast sings a song "Southof of Thomas Nelson Page written MM George W. Turner, Jr., and to the bar eight years ago
cleared at the fish fry held In the Miami Down Redland Way" to by Mary Ferrell Dickinson Mrs. L. A Fennell attended a In Miami he practiced his profession -
:. municipal park on April 7, according the tune of "South of the Border." Mrs Rudolph Mattaon told of the meeting of the Hialeah chapter until he went on the bench
to a report given at a meetIng Fruit baskets made of dried orange life of John Pendleton Kennedy Tuesday evening when the new Since he became Judge he has
. of Ad Astra Chapter of the skins find filled with candied fruits Mrs. Elliott reviewed Skinner's grand instructor Miss Clara Mer- devoted his time almost constantlyto

O. E S., sponsor of the fish fry grown locally were worn as identification "Rivers of America." rick was honored. the trial of casei-probably

at Its meeting Friday night in tags at the Achievement more cases as a judge than the
I. O. O. F. hall Day meeting DOUGLAS SINGLETON GIVEN SORORITY FLANS average lawyer will be connectedwith

4 j j Plans for a tag day on May 7 Miss Eunice Grndy, county PARTY ON ANNIVERSARYMrs. BICYCLE HIKE I In any capacity over a periodof

were discussed. The money raised home demonstration agent, gale C. R. Singleton gave a Kappa Phi Delta Sorority planned many yean, he points out.
will be donated to the Homestead a talk on remodeling and refinishing a bicycle hike for Thursday
party on the first birthday anniversary -
hospital fund. old furniture at Friday's meet of her son Douglas at afternoon when the members met For results use Leader-
Mn Frank Schneider inf. Monday evening at the home ofMlBi
worthy her home In Redlund on April IB. Enterprise Classified Ads:
Doris Warr.
matron gave a report of the recent Those present were: Mri. J. D. A pink and white color schemewas
grind chapter meeting In Orlando Wysong, Mrs D. M. Brannen, Mrs.J. used, and pink and blue bibs Present were: Miss Nina Dyal *' '
Miss Jamie Richards, Miss Frances
H. Singer, Mrs. J. A. Rother- were given as favors. A large (
Lamb, Mini Betty Jane Meybem
v It was announced that.the May ham, Mrs. E. F. Roy, Mrs. W. white cake decorated with pink 'T'ropical"Cafe
Miss Wava llorton, Miss Mary
,. 3 meeting will be held one half an Unas, Mrs W. D. Mahan, Mrs. K'I(Icing and one pink candle WAS Grace Engllkh. MISI Katherine 1
hour earlier than usual to allow E. Barnes, Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott, served with glngerale and sandwiches -
Marsh, Miss Brown and Miss
members to attend the birthday Mri. Carter, Mrs. Dane, Mr*. January i to the mothers Pink
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celebration of the Coconut Grove Miss Eva Rotherham and I Junket, graham crackers and NOW LOCATED

chapter. two new members, Mn. A. II. orange Juice were served to tho AT THE 1
"Why, what are you crying for
Crouse and Mrs. H. A. Eckburg. little guests.
Those present at the meeting "
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? Dad asked his
Lot sonny fouryearold EVANS HOUSE
B. The small guests were: Coy
were: Mrs. W. Caves, heir.
Mr. lMrs. Chas. O. Turner,, MRS. LLOYD FIELD GIVES Grennell, Raymond Lazcano and
"I heard you say you wen goIng -
REPORT John Calderwood. Grown upi One Block 8o.lb .f IKromeFlasler
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Livingston, Mrs.. CONFERENCE
to I
get a new baby, and I
G. Calderwood, Mrs
R. W. Mullins, Mn. Lloyd Deitl, Field were: Mrs. C. Traffic ;
Mrs. Lloyd reported on suppose that means you'll trade I
Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mn. Herbert the district conference of the Raymond Lazcano, Mrs. Vigil IGrt'nnell : Light, on S. Krone Ave. jWhat j-
I A. H. m In on it, h* sobbed -Nulold I
Jr Mrs. Singleton
Katz, Mri. A. R. Mrs. J. j
Meybem J Methodist W. M. S. at a meetingof News. ,
Mn. Annette Singleton! Mn "
W. English: Mrs. Edwin McGarrah,, the Jennie Lobdell Circle held
Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr. Mri. SamJ. Monday at the home of Mrs Bruce W. H. Cast and the hostess

Davis, Mn. A. W. Hutchinson, Ennlsj. Mrs. Field was a delegate t
I". Mn. Gussle Joiner, Mn. Mundroff, to the conference held In Ocala ATTEND P. T. A. SCHOOL
.\ Mrs. Schneider, Misses Esther and several weeks ago. Before the OF INSTRUCTION IN MIAMI
Helen Livingston and Miss Alice meeting the members attended the Mrs. Herman Helnleln president s
Mucombcr.MR9. revival meeting at the church. of the Redland P. T. A., and Mrs.
The next meeting will be heldon Frank Prothero represented Red-

T J. FAUST HONORED May 27, It was announced. land at the school of Instruction
BY RAIN: OR SHINE CLUB Those present were: Mrs. Jason conducted In Miami Saturday by
n
Mrs. T. J. Faust was given a Avery, Mrs. B. M. Hindman Mri. Mrs Walter H. Buhlig of Chicago
birthday shower of handkerchiefsby Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. J. J. Rich- national field secretary and Mrs.

the members of the Rain or ards, Mrs. R. J. Elliott, Mrs. Geo. Walter Beckham

Shine Club at a luncheon given Barnes Mrs. Field, Miss Jennie Mrs. Buhlig stressed the fait kind of COAT of
by Mrs. W. E. Rheney at her home Lobdell and the hostess that there are other purposes of a

on Covers April 18.were laid for: MM. Carl HEAR U.i'. PATYLower paint will theW ELL DRESSED

v Deden, Mrs. Julian H. Webster East ('_t'. ONLY Candidate for Governor
Mrs. Frank D. Rue, Mrs. Fred HOUSE wear this year?

Redd, Mrs. H. Pierre McDaniel, AT LEGION PARK, HOMESTEAD I
Mn. Frank Skill Mrs. C. J. Par- What ore the most popular colors of NEW homfWhit

man Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. 4 P. M.f TUESDAY APRIL 30 color aches are smart decorators creating for I'
Helen) Hackler, Mrs. Faust and /nrarfors How can you make) your own home manmttrtctiftf
Mri. Rheney. (Paid Pohti;al Adv.) W. know the answers-and this NEW COLOR I'

STYLING SERVICE brings than to you .fr..l

REDLAND CLUB PRESENTS: The COUNCIL FOR PAINT STYLING (National Paint, II
ACHIEVEMENT: DAY SKIT Varnish, and Lacquer Association) has just published a
An original skit, "The Rcdland RELIABLEDRY National Survey of new and newly decorated homes.From this II
Home Demonstration Club Prepares .
survey you can tee exactly what style minded people throughout -
for Achievement DAY, was the nation consider smart In color combinations. Come la
practiced at a meeting of the club CLEANINGAND and consult this guide book to style trends. A writs of charts
afternoon In Redland Com
Friday of popular color combinations will enable you to set how the
munity Church and presented at
finished Job will look.
the Dado County Achievement LAUNDRY SERVICEUnder
Day program in Miami yesterday. Coma 1 -thu service Is yours without obUcitiaal

The ploy, written by Mrs. E. A. new management
Carter, Mrs. Seymour Dane and
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Mrs. A. W January, shows a home Charlie DearingCleaned
scene where members are canning


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rage Fourteen THE LEADERENTERPRISEFriday, April 26,1940


BENTLEY RECORD .J


HOLDS APPEALTO



LABOR, CLAIMThe


record of Ed R, Bentley of SMASH THE

Lakeland, candidate for attorney
general, will especially appeal to
the laboring man, It Is said, because -
he was born on a farm,
worked his way through school at''
manual labor and has been active

in behalf of labor organizations I
end In the safety movement among
laboring men He has gained a WHITEHAIRMACHINE
reputation In his local communityas

dog"being a lawyer for the "under- I


Mi Ucnlley has had a broad
experience as a lawyer and execu-I
tive He in the past president of:
tin- Florida State Bar Association,
one time state commander of the I !
American Legion and a past state
gOernor of Rotary Clubs. He also
was. the first president of the
Florida Aviation Association and :,
I* now editor of the Florida Law

Journal I
Having taught school In his
youth. Mr. Bentley frequently appeared -
before legislative clmmit-

school tees and measures.in courts In behalf of Excerpts from the third speech made by Homer Hardesty, co-manager of the Riviera Hotel,

The Importance of the attorney over radio station WMFJ, Daytona Beach, Florida, on April 22,1940. Mr. Hardesty is a candidate -

general's duties office, but is also not In only its admin-In Itslegit for membership in the House of Rrepresentatives in Group I, Volusia County.

fctration duties for the reason that
the official Is on many boards and '.. '
bureaus, Mr Bentley said."How'd .

Let iW turn bock the pages of the record to a point four and en expenditure In ,excess of this amount is declaredto
you get along with your years In the past, and you may decide whether or not be unlawful. Any person who violates any of the pro-
Wife in that fight the other night" Francis P. Whitehair believes In Majority Rule and de- visions of this section shall, upon conviction, be punishedby
"Aw, she came crawling to me serves even such an elevated position as mere citizenship, a fine of not exceeding one thousand dollars or be Imprisoned -
on her knees" let alone that of Governor of the state of Florida. not exceeding one year, or may be punished by
"Yeh What did she say?" I both such fine and Imprisonment, and shall from and after
Come out from under that bed Four years ago, there was held a Democratic Primary his conviction be disqualified and ineligible to hold the
you row.rd--Ex! such aj we are about to hold on the 7th of May of this year. office of Governor to which he aspires, or any other stateor
I After this primary was held, and the votes were allegedly county office or position, and his name shall not be allowed -
counted by packs of stooges, placed on the election board or printed on the primary election ballot, or upon
Foil apparently' through the manipulations of the wire-puller the official ballot to be used in the general state and county
extraordinary, Francis P. Whitehair, these stooges succeededin election in November, and no officer, committee or board
mis-counting the votes to such an extent that they were authorized by law to issue commissions or certificates of
USGISLATU11EJroup able to report one of the DeLand dictator's puppets hud been election or certificates of nomination shall issue any such
I nominated. certificate or commission to such person. It at the time of
the conviction such person is serving In the position or
2 The supposedly defeated candidate, who In reality was office of Governor, his conviction shall be cause for his
not the loser but the winner, strange to say, happened to bea removal or Impeachment" (Unquote)
man with sufficient backbone, courage, perseverance, and
backed by a long, clean record of public service. This man Now, seldom has It been deemed necessary by Interested
I realized that there had been some dirty work at the crossroads persons to insist on the enforcement of the above laws to
I and made a demand for re-count of the votes. the minute detail. However, the laws are on the books;
fines and penalties have been written, and at this time I
And who do you suppose, fought this demanded recount would like to state that to gather authentic Information,
to the last ditch Who, do you think, was the man backed by affidavits, to prove the violation of this code,
I in the county who least desired to double check on the would involve an expense of somewhere between five hun-
written will of the people He was the then, as now, num- dred and a thousand dollars
ber one back room manipulator extraordinary; that matchless -
exponent of political expediency; the wire-pulling export This is quite a sizable amount of money to me, and I
; the one-time child prodigy: the egotistically affected; must admit that at the present time I am not angry enoughto
the alleged Honorable: Francis P. Whitehair, expend this amount of money for the protection of the
people of the state cf Florida, on the candidate who has
I But this candidate, who was defrauded by these stooges violated the above code. I don't personally know of any
ELErTNorris from his rightful place in public life, stood toe to toe and man or group of men, at the present time, who would have
slugged It out with the DoLand dictator, while the whole the courage or the inclination to see that Florida's election
county looked on, amazed at the resourcefulness and unrelenting laws are followed out to the letter.
McElya trickery resorted to by Francis P. Whitehair In his
But I want to state plainly at this time that it there
perverted attempt to keep the will of the people from coming
!: AGAIN to light. comes to my notice any flagrant violation of the Volusla
County Voters' rights, by officials or Whitehair stooges, in
f\ (Irmwratlo; : ;:-Primary' In the final annlysis, the people won, but not before the coming primary, or If any of these said stooges do not
i Mar 7) they were forced to appeal to the highest court In the state treat me with the highest regard and kindest considerationIn
t w of Floildn. The Supreme Court Judges were forced to come, every way and fashion, I will at that time become annoyed -
enough to follow this through to its obvious con-
t in or To the r.ronm and Shipper Tallahassee to DiLnnd Needless to say the powers of clusion, which, in my opinion, would bring about the com-
, of Ninth lade who lost plete destruction of a certain gubernatorial candidate
Rood right and Justice prevailed In the good old American
!OOOOOOO In the I
frrrir.
I will do my best for sou.s fashion, and Francis P. Whitehair was ignominiously de- It has not been my Intention or part of my plan In this
1 tented. campaign to burden you :with! any long, drawn out propa-
ganda about myself and rny record as a citizen of Volu-
(Paid Political Adv ) This Is Just another Instance from the pockmarkedrecord
, t sia County. It has been my intention, however, to cast a
of evil deeds of what some people consider a guber- searchlight on the general political situation, to the best
i' -' otZcL natorial candidate. It is indeed a perpetual source of won- of my ability. I can truthfully say that I was not asked
TILEt der to how with a record such as this would
me anyone
in the to
faction political county
\ by any or any group per-
I' have the unmitigated gall to become I candidate for any form this service.I .
iI II EMMOLEUi public office this side of Germany, let alone have the brassto
I : ask us to help make him our GovernorIn was driven into this campaign merely by a pure and
simple, righteous indignation at what, to my mind is an
order to clear false notions, I want to state
up any intolerable political situation; and a confidence that a
that I am a Candidate for membership to the House of Representatives large majority of the voters of Volusla County are persons
t , with Independent minds, who, like myself, are more or
I doing a fake battle with Charlie McCarthy opponents, less disgusted with the type of county-wide government
Jr when, a* everyone knows, my real. fight Is with Francis under which we have been living; and a well-entrenched
04 (Edgar Bergen Whitehair. conviction that a majority of the voters are people capableof

Now, for the record, I ask your kind Indulgence while making their own decisions, and when they get insideof
w the voting booth, all forms of coercion, and
pressure
I read from the legal code governing Primary Electionsin .
4
fear, and other forces that always work to the advantage
the state of Florida, under Offenses Against Suffrage,
of a political machine, are cast aside; and a wellfoundedbelief
3419, Compiled General Laws of Florida. I quote in
! JACKS N LLE'S substance page under paragraph 8183, "the amount of expenditures i- that a majority of the voters of Volusia County will
it opportunity presents Itself, cast their ballot. for those
LEADING HOTEL authorized at primary elections are enumerated below:
candidates who in their minds the best qualified -
For Governor, Fifteen Thousand Dollars." are persona
Cam fr -- k"t"l I from the point of view of the best Interests of the
'"I PW< I It" in 60 This amount, fixed by this section "shall include fundscontributed community as a whole; tor these persons who by their
SUMMER ***** ** to a gubernatorial candidate's campaign fund ecori' In the past are community builders mid have helped
I' COMFORT ... yrX>rI' Hk and shall Include all expenditures by the candidate himselfor create the weitth of the county ant not torn it down who,
, y.1..e ... his campaign manager or committee. The expendingof by their manner of existence in our economic life have
.*. ..4HHta>Utoi InrrM, any money or giving or promising to give or pay any created and not destroyed, have built and not torn down;
t' -........-... ..-. money or anything of value by any gubernatorial candidate cast their ballot for those candidates who have derived
, leap MYLLea..r..M.-r anOSVWlaksa -. directly or Indirectly, In furtherance of his candidacy for their Income from the creation of wealth In our community,
, nomination In a primary election, In excess cf the amounts and not those who have constantly and perpetually drawn
COCKTAIL LOUNGlend fixed and prescribed by this section, Is hereby prohibited their personal Income out of the pockets of the people.t .

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III1 CThe Churches Ii RE-ELECT 1 Il CLASSIFIED ADSRATE I



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fL) Ernest R. Graham IIf. line .
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BAPTIST CHURCH Learn. .t I:to. Midweek prayer aid
Bible study Thursday at I ilOPRESBYTERIAN .

7 'BOMCSTIAD J C:. Johnitona par CHURCH
.er. Sunday school at 0:46' a. mol| pre.ch FOR RENT LOST
.In, at 11 a m and ,ISO p. m.I l B. Y P U. ROMB8TEAD-Kn avenue at N. llttllreet.
M I,M Po... Prayer services Wednesday The Rer. Gets H. Rick. pastor. .
T to Bible school at 10 a. m.. ....hln. at IIa HOUSE In Rcdland; modern convenience
| : ismcOULDETko STRAYED tig white Muscovy
m: roue: neoplet neeUw at 1 10 e. *. $10 a month Brooks,
Rev Noah Peterson ...- drake and duck. Please notify
f tor Sunday school at 10 a, mi proachlng Inc, Phone 78-R. (Mttl>
M il a. m. and .lOp. m ; B; if. JU. at S. L. Dickinson N W lth

i I:10 p. .... Press service at 1 ISO P. mWednesday SEVENTH JUDGE FOR RENT-Store at 911 Krome street Homestead. (pa26131ISCELLANEOIJS

i Ave See Owner, Mrs. Eva Collins

CATHOLIC Modello
HELD NEED FOR
CHURCH OP TUB SACRED: HEART .
| K. Second avenue. Homestead the Kae FOR LEASE for next all desu- SEE AND BUY ar snanklm Variety -
J. Geary paitor Sunday maaa at able farm land St. Lucie
ilf' a. mat week day mail at T.SO dally I SUPREME] COURT on Grove, West Florida Citya7tf
., school Sunday fullowlnl I o'el ick Canal. Frost protection and

(I'I..d.dan Communion women the first complete water control. Near
Sunday of month for men and 1 he"ya.
ft' .....d Sunday of month Holy hour Th th.1 Miami railroad Address correspondence WANTED
lay before first Friday of month at 7 :SOa ; April 25 IFNSC> to R. Nalnjang, Port
.: m. Man at 7 :80 a. mBenediction tending that six justices of the
of the tnt:::Sacrament after Mivucu. Flj (a 12.28)) REAL ESTATE WANTED: II"" e
Florida supreme court! were ,111 n.
/ mt. ,. Three clients who It I 1\1\i uI' ," '
FLORIDA C1TT-Leas" And Sixth adequate force In'Iew of in
: 11..01. Sunday school .t .:11 .. m. for FOR SALES What hate yuu"1.i' LlanlI
\,1 II great number of cages on Bite, )'
I small and 1 h" ', ,11\11111 .
grove it '
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHIRCIIftnplla opinions have to he written, D H
FOR SALE or RENT furnished large grove. with intone. .1"
under 20 yean of ..., morning Redfern, president of the Flo, 'da '
frame house; 5 rooms and bath; other who wants! t" wade r I\
.1 ....IH at 11 o clock' Wednesday evening State Bar Association, ul'ged'oten..
....1... which Include testimonials of hral- II A. also new modem native rock pi-operty J. K. Doin JU 11..1-.
this week to seriously considu the I
: ins and experiences and remark on Cbrlii
.
4 and bath See
house 24H3
; rooms Arcade Phone :I .
i Science S Tift ublla) .la cyon
tits p. m f cor. addition of a seventh justice which I
Man Science: S p. mReading James McCready, 13th Street,, (pa 19-min)
-. room in church edifice' li open will be balloted upon in the general I TO I East just off Krome Avenue,
wry Thursday afternoon from I 00 to election in November. II
-4M rb. public la cordially Invited to the I Homestead. WANTED Best Rcdland District
.r- ...... and to visit. tht 1 reading room "Florida has grown so rapidly I
home and $10000 or lens
\ April tt. Lesson-irrinon in population and business has Increased I STATE SENATESubject I FOR SALE-Good used Frigidaire, will buy. Must grove have it least 3

4 topic: "Probation After Death to such an extent that it Maytag washer and model A bedroom Client waiting Eleanor : -

Is now impossible for six justices Ford Tudor. J. P. Dye, Modello Froschcr Oversea Highway

CHURCH OF CHRIST to decide the cases brought to to Democratic (palO) 1 mile south of Homestead

1I0111118TI4 -rln' Avenue and N. N.4r' them without overwork and undue I S26-J (a9)
Phone
it .trwo. Bible study at 10 a. m.; eon.ev delay Mi Redfern said Primary May 1 FOR SALE Treptcii punts, citrus
muaba, fellowship and preaching atloam.
Statistics reveal that If each of tree and tropical fruit in TUTORING WANTED high

our present Justices read every season Jungle Grave, Redland school and grade school subject
CHURCH OF GOD
page of the records. briefs and mo- I There is no substitutefor road and Plummet. drive. Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B..
hr 10IllE8TI" -"" H. W. First avenue tions filed the he
m court
the Re. Gte. Q. Coplin. p..lor. Sunday supreme Plummer drive and Country
ashes. at "141 a. mi preaching at 11 a. ... must read approximately 150 pales FOR SALE-Nice, piece of business road
and T 41 p. mi junior Y. P. at 1 ; children'sMeeting per hour for every eight-hour I property Good price for Club
at 1 In p..o...*. Prayer meetIng Performance
I p. m Wednesday working day in the year after I I cash. BenJ. W. Morris registeredreal CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will

making deductions for Sundays, I estate broker next to Baptist
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I exchange subscription or ad\ < :1-
oral Church Krome Ave Homestead
arguments, conferences and for clean ings Leads i-
BOHESTIAD-Tha Rev Robert H. the like'" he declared (Paid Political Adv.) (fietf) Using

Spear. paitor Sunday school' at flits a n : Enterprise.
Judge Elwjn Thomas. an associate I
preaching. ..tI .. in. and 7:SO p. m : -- .. -. -- NOTICE OP APrU""TIONt'OR
N. .Y P. 8. and Junior meeting at 7t00 justice In a recent address TAX DEED \OTIIF OF *Pll( WUI"
at Gainesville also.pointed out the I 1- Chapter 17467-A.,4 ot 1031 FUR TAX I:IF )
,. m. Prayer meeting Wednnday evening Chapter 11417 A-Is, ,f 10.""
File A 3911
T.10 p. m.PRINCETONThe. need for a seventh justice, declare I 1I Tin Can Is "Treasure" Notice .to hereby liven thAt lI.rold I File No>. A 'ro IIN .

Her E. P. Cowen ling that the court convenes much I I HUd...", Roar, holdera 0' state andcounty ..lire .li hereby .hn ,boo', II H, I1. .t'
Island holder of Slate and ''' '' I Icmbmccl roo
On
.tor. Sunday school at IKS preachingat j Hone moon Tn Certificate No. 1915 issued II.nn.
10"4S a. m. and 7.SO p. m. Juilormeeting the same as a bonrd of directors !'I I II the 1'h day of July .nAj.I: S7. nil filedmine ..1 I tifloate: No. 1'S20 1i.'I\ :tt; .:,h, Ali" r
at : young people meetingat and the chief justice assigns each. In my office. inn appliva ,,,.
10 Prayer meeting/ Wedneadur at I Island. April I 23 ; lion for a tax deed to IM .issued ther.n.S.id Ir.d. ., .nd h.. m.d.n, 1,10""' "11 r" .
judge his proportionate share of I Honeymoon .. I thr '''I t "
I
V of this Certificate embraces the foil wln g to '"I1.r:1I:: win ; ::1.t ,, ,,i..I; ,:: : .
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the cases to be decided upon', (FNE-Ne\\) lywed couples d.II.d pr,perty In the County of little.state ,
has I I" i"I.
of Dad :
"lori In. to-wit in the County
of ,
EPISCOPAL r
haven participated
They, In turn, write an opinion honeyn ooncr s I II Lot 97 moth 1. H.a n..H 1I'I.h. Mitt ,,
ST JOHNTJ-S B!. 8eeo.d avenue and and return It to the body for approval I in a hunt for legendaryburied a B..b,. Pint look III. 1.are 15. Section .Lot 21. hock 2" .1 "H"rl I,?. t t II
Fourth street. Homestead ., 0,.. 1Itoc. B, g Sul I the Re R F, this week and in 11. Town.hlp 61 S. "Ih. Roos. 41 rl.tIn
Blackford treasure lira M, In the County t 1..1.I S".1"
rector Holy communion it I ,h. County of Dade But of I"lorMa .
I So a. m : Sunday school it I 10 : morn "The addition of a seventh jus. were successful of Horlila 01 Mill ,r. ,i.eatyma ".'"
Ins prayer at 11 of Mid und *' The assessment i
assessment property
The
tire," Judge Thomas declared. I Mr and Mrs. Jorn Linde of Milwaukee paid certificate blood! was \hl the ".,"" f
In the
7:36 a. m. Ascension day. the laid certificate issued was ha

Holy communion will be "would do away with split decisions II f leaders of the group enlisted 0"Unless: Unkno.said certificate .hall he rrdn.medwr.llne \"kno.n.: Unless said wrtlflcate .10.11 I t.e -scent I .1
of a six-man court and the aid of science tn the according to law, the ir meaty J---0-I 1
celebrated .." to l law. the property drecrllied ,
i ,
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would lessen the amount of work I search and armed with electrical I thereto will IM told U the hlihmt biddoat I r therein will be .old t. he :10 11101"t, flr.t 1"01 M. e
door :
house ott
Court
FREE ) which records the presence the Court house d" r on the first Nun- at the J... will .10", I: .
METHODIST involved. apparatus day In the Month or M.y. 1940 which b' day In the month nf "
FLORIDA UTT-The Rev. We.le7 C of buried metal found tangi- the ath day 01 May 101ti. the Sril diy o( J nc, \"I". ,

Sean.. paitor Sunday school 1 p. tn aMeBftnent of laid property under the bl evidence of buried metal. Dated this 2nd day.01 April, 1010. Delta this Ihth F t11 l.h'AItIIIIMANL "
preaching. S and 7 .10 aid Certificate lulled was In t'll name E. II LtATHFKMAV. '.
p. m. Tuesday h rte f / If' "
I flew the hand Clark of Ur. II ( rl
0"
prayer meeting at T:SO p. ... Unknown Shovels fairly in 1',1. ( """ II ",t,
Lot 65. Liberty Park Amended Flit Dada Count Florida
Took s. Pan nil. In the City or Miami lof the men of the party. At a ( ,troll Court Soul (I" uit. t ?'ore' R. .I.ITiv .' I I n
METHODIST CHIRCIIBOMESTEADThe : County of Hade, star. of H"rlda. as depth of about five feet .i shovel nv N r vrrnRrTT. p r Is 'I" t11 'leer, "
Rev J. J. Richard. eml raced In Cert;rirale K" I3f"1 The bused metal. It was a / \'r ,.o .' 11'4"" /
put r. Sunday school at .:4t a. m ; ......m..t of said property under the ,touched
preaching at 11 a. and 7 :10 p m. I laid Certificate limed wn In the name (i battered. rusty half-gallon tin Ir
Junior League at 1 ''I"p p. m ; HI .. of Unknown. (
at C,SO p. m.: Senior League at .So p. n. Unless said Certificates shall he rr can
Prayer meeting at 7 SO p. m. Wednesday. deemed according U) law, tnx deed .111 I Ileiue BIRD'SIndorsed
SILVER PALM-Th. Rev i. E Waller, I thereon cm the 11 h day of NayA. I
pallor Sunday school every Sunday at D. 1040,
10th day l of April, A. n 114,
10 a m; preaching services on first. third Dated this
and fifth Sundays at U I. ... and hSO p. mPRINCETONTh. E. B Clerk IFATHFRMAN of Clr.uit ,C. "r' i. CI :J' ?

Rev J. E. Waller Dade Comtr Kl"run
Pallor: preaching at I a. n SundayFLORIDA C,ft"lt, I Court S..,
school at 10.
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CITY COMMUNITY CHt'RCB
The Rev C. 0 Nelson pa.tor Church 1
achool ., 10 a. m : preaching at 1,80 p. m. USED CARS
Midweek prayers and Bible study VI'ed.....
day at T:10.REDL"ND.
DELIVERS
COMMUNITY CHURCH- i $880 our used earn always represent good value but the

The Kev C. G. Nel.on paitor Church I listed below are unusually choice and we rr on
Mhool at lot preaching at 11: Esworth, ones
The New mend any one of them for your con.idrrttlon19J8 .

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LEGAL NOTICES ,............................................II
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED: I

Notice to hereby File given No 83 that h 7S W. R Mnore, 1940 PONTIAC : PONTIAC 1-DOOIl TOURING SEDAN

holder .. '''I.n.. of Oily of Miami Tax '
CortI/I rot.. Numbered 1S4IW 14114 114"1. I'I -radio ; excellent condition.
latoo 18613 and 1S5ZS dated the 4th diy
of July A. D. 1032 nee filed Mid Cortlfl
ram In my office. and hu ma le appltn. SEI\X cood
lion for tax deed to loans thcr,,n In ao (De Luxe Equipped) 'I 19JI: CHEVROLET 2-DOOIl -
lOrd.... with law Said Certlfi, .l.. em, I
brace the following, described p operlyllliuted ., : condition ; priced to sell.
In Tade County. Fl.rida. towltLot

Book <.e.Page Liberty 88. In Park the Amendrd City of Miami Plat i TO YOU IN IIOMESttiADCoupe :\ : TOUKINfi SEDAN:
County of D.d.. Slaw of Florida. ai 19)5: PONTIAC l-DOOU
embraced In Certificate No. 114ml, The

I aid Assessment Certificate of laid.Laud property was 111 under the name the I I:1' original paint ; good condition.

ot U.kno.
Lot 11 Liberty Park Amended. Flat $88' I' .
Book 6. I'.as 06, in the City: of Miami, e e e a ''I I 1936 FOUD COUPE-looks ant. nn* like new.
County of Dade. Stale nf Florida al
embraced In Certificate No. 11404 The
assessment of said property under the 2-Door Touring Sa" ttan 925 i
Si Certificate. .issued WM 'In the Dome 1937 PLYMOUTH 4.-1) 0 0II TOWIING
A. Pro..uk.
Lot 12, Liberty Park Amended, Plat 975 SEDAN-> eiy clean ; c".jmal paint.
Rook I. Pam, 14, lit the City: of Miami 4 Do :t fouring S :dan ,
County of Dade, Stat of Florldr" nt
...brand il I ertlflrate No. 1I4M The t I
a,aement r Mid property under the I


"d Lot E.C.rtifkam A.111 P..m.Liberty blued Park was Amended la the gamsOf Plat Preston B. Bird Motor Co. \ PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

Book (. Page M. In the City of Miami
County of De.,'e, State ol Florida. H

embrace In Certificate Has IJSOrt .The 8. Eroro Are, Opposite Tag 3'floe Phone 18
aeeaumtiit of sold property wider the F uth Krome Ave.
aeld Certtfleatt: leaved .... II Ue tomed SERVICEDay
Unknown 24-HOUR WRECKER TAG AGENCYI
Lot 41, Liberty Park Amended, Plat PhMM IS Night Pillow 13..a L OPPOSITE
Rah *. Page M, In the City of U,ami. I
Cower of Da4o. Stab Dr Florida. 01b. =--0
...... fa C.rbfimte No. 11111. The

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SLASH IN TAX ing and sidewalk has been Instrumental laid In many bav-1 I iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIillliilllllllllllIIHIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIflHhii

tion where none previously M
OFFICE EXPENSE luted especially I In the vicinity of
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schools, for the protection ol children L

PLAN OF KELLYDuring : A. from an active traffic.supporter of the FRRNKLIN'SL
Townaend plan Mr. Boone was a
I delegate to the national Townsend
Mi three-year tenure of convention at Cleveland In 1938.
office Hayes Wood county tax collector He favors organized labor and the
Increased the operating expense UM of "home town boyi" for all
of hit' office $$69,140 over local work, Industrial expansionand GRADE A
the amount let by his predecessor all year pay rolls for the greater 'S COFFEE ALL GRINDS Ib. 25c
charges Thomas J.Kelly candidatefor upbuilding of south Florida.
nomination aa tax collector In

the May prlmarka Mr. Wood's Rollins Air Unit Gets i Sunsweet Fruits
fees turned over to the county Smarty :
commissioners decreased $$32,785 Highest State Record
from the amount turned over during I ...........................2lb. pkg. 18c
,\ the preceding administration Washington D. C.. April 29FNS Dog Food i ..... ...............11-oz. pkg. 15c
he aaid. ( )-Student filers at Rollins N.NIIXEI, I .....................11oz. pkg.; 17c
Mr. Kelly also pointed out thutDade I College, Winter Park Fla. have i .........................15oz. pkg. lOC
farmer, record of 6cans..J25c i
County representatives the best |I
of the automotive Industry established Florida university on the aviation any I'' ) FRUITS ...........11oz. pkg. 17c \
and county restaurant ow*TS were courses offered by the Civil Aerosnutics -
compelled to hire lawyers at their Authority according! to GUARANTEED
own expense to fight Illegal tuxes Representative Joe Hendrlcka of Swansdown Flour, 5-lb. bag Z5C
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collected and that they won theircages. DeLand UI7'0 ctri EASY TO not I
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The congressman aid that he
The tax collector has spent more had been informed by the CAA .35c _1
time out of the county than any that the Rollins unit, containing! MIRACLE WHIP, qt. jar. '
four previous collectors combined I]about 40 student fliers, has the I ASK us FOR '
I. and hij traveling expenses, charged!highest general efficiency HOLE-GRAIN BULK j'
ratlna'i
to the county and which were paid I and will graduate a W POST
by taxpayers, In 1939 alone portion of the class next June RICE MEAL or GRITS
amounted to $OIM$, Mr. Kelly than any other Florida institu I
charged. He accused Mr. Wood of tion.DR.M.A.BERGER. TOA DUAlLiI

the being victor motivated belong by the the slogan spoils" "to In A5 Ibs. 21c 5 Ibs .14c 2 !. .

t removing of employee who had
from 10 to 17 years experience in = I'OR EATING 21cSELECTED I C
tho collector's office Dentist Rome Beauty Apples, 5 Ibs. For 15c.

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BOONE SEEKING Office Hours'1j t IiH 8:30 4:30 1= Cobbler Potatoes, 10 Ibs. .27 cA

CIRCUIT COURT First National Bank REAL CEREAL BUY M


JUDGED OFFICE Open Evenings B.Hding br Appointment 1 4 lb. pkg. 41 C HuskiesPtai.I I


Robert J. Boone, candidate for I..+++.++++++++ 1 I fa = C
circuit Judge of Dade and Monroe = FACTORY PACKED .
counties In the May 7 primary fits sure that year U" are as+ 25 C 5c
li a descendant of Daniel freed III your brakes-have them+ I Sugar 5-n bag I
Boone the southern pioneer who tested .t least once each year+
was one of the early explorers of
t t
north Florida before he penetrated + DR. F. P. ARCHER Demonstration FREE! Ice Cold PA.PI.A.ia
the wildcrnea of Kentucky and + AND SON t : .
Y settled there. + Fruit Drink Served a3

The progressive( spirit of the hero + Consulting Optometrists t S Saturday All Day Saturday-"Drink It for 5I
of those pioneer days Is said to +1124 W. Flailer St., MlunJ. Fla.+ lb. 20C Health's Sake."
J. TCrw I
be a trait of Robert J. Boone who
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hat been a leader In working fur GI_ ....1... 4'Dir.otom
civic Improvements during the past +
+ .f UM American tutHitto t to 1>4 Lb.
,, IS years while be has practiced law + fcbool for Opticians FRANKLIN'S Broilers
In MiamI. As chairman of the _i. + 49c
Average
board of the Public Utility Protective .++++ .++++++++t HOME: KILLED each
League he played a large part "' "' ?H......'..'..NNN.NNG. -=
:' in getting the $4,000,000 refund for = SUN-CLO
Mlnmlani from the power and 0. Bfewster, M.H.l;;: ; 1S-25-40-6IU75 aSw7F1"S
light company. As president of the Bulbs
'" Light 5 Cl
Miami Municipal Utilities Association Ere, Ear Vmw and Throat I Md 109 Watts each" =
( he U fighting for still lower Treatment
I electric and water rates and for
municipal ownership of utilities. Glassed Fitted CIRCLR S 16c Baby Week Specials i
Mr. Boone la president of the Office k.... I to II .>< kr I PICNIC HAMS. lb m"
Grapcland Boulevard] and Tamlaml A.....'....

Trail Improvement Association Office as Mr.. Krone A..m sad SYLVAN FARMS leech NIII S Jim

I ._ .ereod Strait ROLL BUTTER, lb. . .33 C STRAINED FOODS .....25ea S
Dr. R. J. Elliott 110..1.ad, rioAd.are. r
iii. 9131If CUT FROM HEAVY WESTERN REEF: GerM" Pk

f CHIROPRACTOR .........".."................."...................".............. ,CHUCK ROAST, lb. . 95 C BABY CEREAL ......Li.:..19DEXrR
"" VTVVYVVV..YYYyVY.I .
Horn Kldf. Homestead '
: Red Label PI. Can

KARO SYRUP ..............16c
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