The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00087294:00277
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Graham Would Tax Race NAMES OF 178 CANDIDATES-


Wires, Tracks for Aged i TO BE ARRAYED ON BALLOT

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Accusations against Principal Carl Wagner and ---

his management of Redlanq Farm Life School DIAMONDBALL Heavy Vote Is ExpectedAs

OF$4ioooooo; failed of substatiation at hearings conducted by Registration Top*

the county board of public instruction and Super PLAY TO START 1SKW Mark

intendent Jas. T. Wilson, and Mr. Wagner have 2 MACHINENEEDED
been declared completely exonerated. HERE MAY 17 FOR HOMESTEAD USE

Any intelligent person who has listened to the

Informative and civic minded talks of Mr. Wagner Florida City and] Local
Plan Cited As Method to Opening of the 1940 diamondball
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knows that he is but Communist that
anything a ; Polls to Be Located in
Raise $10,000,000 for he is a student and supporter of Democratic government Reason in Homestead was set I City HallsThe
Pensions tentatively to start on the nightof
Such a charge is as silly as the charges
May 1'7. at a meeting of last
made the by Lee 3.IID persons eligible to
CANDIDATE"DETAILS I against county superintendent ,ear'! officer of the Homestead .
vote in the precincts whit include
IDEAS IN TALK HERE Southern, disgruntled head of a "business college"in Diamondball Association and other
polling places at Homi sitad.Florida
Miami. diamondball enthusiasts in the office -

Senator against Changeof And this, by the way, was why the Redland I of the Brooker Lumber Com- and Perrine City will Princeton have an array nook of

Commissioners' school squabble got the great amount of front page pany last Friday night 178 candidates fating them mi the

Districts publicity in the Miami dailies. Representatives from the Brouk- ballot of the first primary Tufi--
Tired of Southern's attempts to blackmail him er Lumber Company, the W. 'D. day
Declaring Increased assistancefor into of the Horne Company and Permit teams,
contracting expanding public which were members of the league Political observers predict that
the aged It an economic necessity school commercial and t technical curriculum! Mr. last season, laid the teams would an unusually heavy vote, probably

State Senator Ernest R. Graham Wilson set the stage to vote on expansion of pres- participate in the play again this breaking the record set In 1338.:
candidate for re-election out- year. Another team will be sought will be cait The registration<
ent facilities invited Mr. Southern to be present
lined his proposal to accumulatea to round out the "Quorum." throughout the county whii totals -
$10,000.000( found without placing and voice his objections and air in person the F D. Muck, president of the (7,09S, is 15.620 more th,n the

additional tax burdens on the charges he had made and then told newspaper men association last year, presided at total of 1938, and indicates a cmwng '

people, at a political rally Sat they might expect an interesting session of the the meeting The members re- Interest in politics It wed
urday night in Legion Park. elected him and W T McConnell The vote in 1938 totaled 58,0.10
Senator Graham was one of the board. eiretary-treasurer. lor the coining The poll are scheduled a, npi'nat
candidates on a long list who aired Mr. Southern failed to show up, but the anti- season 8 o'clock in the morning nut,

their views and gave condensed Wagner delegation did, and the reporters and ---- dose at sundown The Rirllmut
District polling places w I M) be
versions of their In four-
minute speeches.platforms Mayor Tom Harris photographers made the most of what was at hand. PATY HITS STATE located at the city halls at Ho mi'-

introduced the speakers and When school patrons squabble and, especially i(stead ind Florida City Clio nlm-
E. C. Chronlster, when air Oat age .it Pimceton W H Ouui-
Councilman precinct newspapers their quarreling, the pupilsof TAXING SYSTEM I I
pjikmg home Ht Gould and Ihi
committeeman. time.
kept the school the We
that suffer.
are ones suggest
Community House at Pernni rut
"At the start, I will not insult
your intelligence by telling you more co-operation on the part of all and less rug I IN SPEECH HEREReiterating voting machines will be1' the

that I am against racing," the senator ged individualism on the part of a few if the welfare Homestead polls
..ai"I for racing and I Of the candidates listed 'III theballot
am of our future citizens is at heart.
164 Democrats and 14
would not do anything to hurt It.I pledges nude in two I are
It is racing paying 1U proportionate previous addresses herr that he are Republicans
share of taxes that will pro- SLASH IN STATE Welfare Board Officers I would aid the citrus industry and Democratic candidates on .i ii
vide this money for the aged the grower B IT Paty of' West follows:
Now in Fete ,
Building Presidential electors: 0 < n p
More than 1,000,000 was Palm Bc.ich candidate for governor -
GOVERNING COST I One-Iris Brown H. K C'" v.',
the the declared
wagered through pari-mutuel I' in coming primaries
machines .t Miami tracks last I Local offices of the state -i in an address here Tuesday Frank B Do\\'lmg. W. C Mmt.ii,.

season and 81 per cent of this was I I fare board, which have been afternoon that if elected he would Myer O. Sisal Group Two t' nil,!
bet by out-of-state persons. It it PLAN OF WALKERFlorida \ |moved to the bec appoint a citrus commission composed Appleyard Sam Foor; ,
logical that a tax of five per cent merce festival building fr m the of members approved by Three-Malcolm McClell.m t r
should be paid on this 141,000000 NcCrory arcade, are open t t first l I I both growers and packers and Sheppard: Group Fh.e-J". M
a state government is top third Fridays of each .oath, Cabrera Wallace N. KeIth.
That money coupled with thebreaks' I land I Mould not allow politics to dictate
heavy with boards, bureaus and from 1 o'clock the United States senator- ( huh ,
and a tax on wire service in morr 'g until iU policies.Mr. .
will provide $10,000,000 when commissions that are largely responsible I S o'clock in the afterniAppliiiations ;". I Paty said his address was I O. Andrews Jerry W. ( ,nr.
for the ever-mounting are I for Charles Francis (Socked (roe.
matched with federal funds now serer the 215th he has delivered sincehe
available and waiting" cost of running the slate declared old age assistance aid to lepend-. started his camp gin Jan. 18 FredP. Cone O. B. Hazen U imrr
Senator Graham, declared he b Hans Walker of Ocala, candidate ent/ children, aid to the bl;' CCC at West Palm Beach. 'receding his: Macfadden
for governor In a talk In Legion .. I James Biirbe W.iltcr
and NYA enrollment and plus Governor: -
now, as In the past against any speech a trio composed of Mrs.I
plan for a change 'In commissioners' Park yesterday afternoon.The commodities distribution. ..I I sonew I Homer Dirkson Mr .'1. D. Leach I B Fraser, Carl Maples, BurtonSchoepf +
candidate U a foster brotherat applications for WPA work ; Hans Walker I FranuWhitehnir ,- P
districts In south Dade. He said !and Mrs. Irma Belts all of Miami,
the Rev. C.: N. Walker former will be taken.Summer I J. H. Clancey. Sp. surri 1
he has worked for the welfare of sang "The Paty Will Cry, the Can-
pastor pf the First Baptist Ch.urch fr ,k'm k
this county and will continue to do didate's campaign sof.g L. Holland. B. F. Paty J
01 HomesUad
eo. He pointed 0141 that |It was Closing IU 'r Florida's most Important industry Van Roy Fuller Warren IAUornf'Y
Mr. Walker proanwed to start a Ed R. Hintley.
general: f
through his efforts while he was Is citrus and it is in a serious
read commissioner: that the read survey, it elected to see flre' To Re Merchant's topic predicament" said the candidate. MilUrd B. ronklin. E B !
the taxpayers' money is going and Dnnnell, E. P. lartm, J Tom
bUilt. Too much has been
from here to Miami was politics playedin
"I will do anything in my powerto for what purpose..In order to correct All merchant of Homestead ; the operation of the citrus com-I II I WatsQn jA
bring about completion of the UM condition.He I utielhu tnerobe rf the Hcdjand I mission and fruit u shipped before I Comptroller: Frank Brown. E.
said he base his
Everglades Natu Park said II I District Chamber Commerce or' (Continued on Page Four G' Fraser, J. M Lee
on the "golden rule of common I J. Edwin Lai- t
State treasurer:
Earnest Overstr candidate for not. are invited to tend a meet
i horse sense and practical business I iCcautification Class B L. Richard W. M Wam-
re-election as representative. ing of the chaml! 'r WednevJ t ,son.
Group Three '?* talk. "The (Continued Oa Page Four) night In the festival bull i( ,<. To Meet Monday Night right t

tax from the sale of gasoline alone, discuss plans for summer alf- Railroad commissioner W B
would more than replace the THE WEATHER day closing and ho' lay i -sing i' \ discussion of Douglas, S. C Peacock e
during the it announcedby and tmment Judge of Circuit court: iroui ,
money the state would put into year was i anting fOUndatiOn'j)
Ollirial _ite .w-a .< 1M wwr..f..i P J chairman One.--Roscoe BrunttMUr W IIi ,
Franklin 'U. and annuals
the project. ..., roses
h-" assup.ata.ue___ -L j.I .
Mrs. John W. Watson, candidate .... aI... _. i chamber conunitte arranging u. .it planned fur the meeting oft I BurweU, Bart A. Riley, Ross Wllbams. ;
for representative, Croup Three April 28 S 8 U .2117; 003 doting periods. the Adult Horne Beautification ; Group Three-Frank E
Mid she is for better schools and April 27 14 (3 300 Oil The fertilizer and supply house'jClass. under leadership of Geo. N. Bryant, Geo. E. McCasklll, WorthW.
better conditions and pay for April 2S 10.8 will begin their summer half-I Wakefield. In the agriculture class- 'I Trammel); Group FourPaul J
teachers. April 2* 73 13 ':3022 0.01 holidays next Thursday afternoon.lroom of Homestead High School: at D. Barns, Robert J. Boone C C.
' "I am for the Townsend plan a..' April 30 71 MSO: 1'7' This decision was mad Thursday I o'clock Monday night. The meeting ,You mans.
telieve in giving the aged of t May 1 M 63 :30 H, at a meeting of represent-/ will be the third of a series I State senator: Dan Ck.ippell,
(Continued on Page Nine) May 2 61 .2f M, 'n C"1 of the companies concerned|rot ten. (Continued on page four)



Friday. May 3,1940






the Answer F
The junior class of Homestead Here's

High School will present Jonesvi ,
,i three act comedy in the N<- i 1
King Cooper auditorium tonlcln' .t'' T

S 01' lock The piEty, II t,,,imei : a1
HI oICI\\.y ,production, his tniuvxlu I I MAtAgi'hFADDEN II
,1 I iae sureew as a mil IhI| i "\ 'ik- tJ
ag Mhicle. '
Thpia shown what .1 10 0-1
I ,,k'r i tame may lead to, hut II lie
louts ,.1 1 i is not oblrusnc Tl." ,_< a
"'i'I i UK to Director F II HI:n'k-
i Ii'i' i 11 public ipedjunx' iiistimlor il I, A MAN: Mho hats overcome the hardships! of life, Florida. Thioiigh hi* publications he has t'ut'ord 1tl

i 'i' I Ivgli> M'hool, hut winked usu.- I phvsidsltind financial, alto has nri\rd the trials and IIf the magic/ of the land. "Health Happiness and
i',nix hard to try to "tt>|i" thei'riior I fiNllr.ho Wealth I* Here Come and Get III" Has hill11t'Msage.
tribulations and emerged IH a 8t
cl Kiss plnj 'Spring Fuel "I
announced for the United
And then he
" null broke all attendance rein d.I I II. has henefittrd his cotjununil, hits Mate and his nation,
I I.i "i school play lieien is entitled to more than pacing comment and considerSenate, not as a man seeking/ public office, but rather

\ '1"1' Dodnon plays the part ofl at ion by those seeking standard-bearers for their cau-e. a* a crusader seeking to tell I his fellow men and women t
.i "01-I>pllded blood-iibout-
young month Bernarr .Macfadden that 111t're0.* joy in !lining, especially if one lived J
I"" n, and his worried father IS Less than one ago "
poitiuved by Lester Archer The announced his candidacy for the position of United in Florida. That the handicaps that harrassed some of J

frantic mother l I. Katherine Or- States Senator from Florida. the things could be removed by a man who Hain't J(
taneden, Jamie Richards, is the afraid face the task. That the farmer the laborer
beautiful actress whom Archer In that short period of time the public and press to 1
dill for and Nina Bullard, his have realized a change in the old political order. Polland the business man, as well as the whitecollar'licians 1t
pesky little sister of the old school worker was entitled to Jute
Elbert West and Sheridan Philter lice instead of political epediency. )
have awakened from their i )
dcud-plln artists, are typical That justice .
plumbers sense of security and students
Adrian Callahan, with her nat- of economics hare could be secured if the (

ural Georgia dialect Is the negro been flabbergasted by the f t: people were of a mind to
who bosses the children .
send forth with
a man couroffers
round Jack McMichael is the advent of a candidate who |
Mlluinous college friend of Wilbur a new and better' age and logic enough to
md Louise Booker plays the standard of living without!j t: ask for it, and therefore,
pun of the* neighborhood "nosey"who in view of his life, his
gcu into \'cryone's hair. J recourse to the mosscovJ J
T (;iixlvvm is a naturil ji ,i big erect platform promises! of : struggles and his attain
I i ii
1 In-MUSS mjn Fred Fuchs plus the perennial seeker afters 1; meats, his services were of
i lull role lit burly policeman and 'J i t,1 ft'rrlilo the cause.BernarrlfacfaddessA .
i at a Nat d man Elbert Dolan puts public office.
I It is refreshing to the
'HI' i ,; 11.d 1 r,Kht is an excited sjliit :
nu,;: typifies! the Florida of todav. ; mind, as Hell as to the soul,
'I i in,,n\ or the c ant I, it i is theMil have of the calibre
His actions his utterances t lo a man
) t i. u II f "'KIOI e 1'11I1"' Mli '
,kllll i; iud to tn iii, .111, his living, all are indicative of Ilernarr Maefadden of
i \ i i, IIM itV ml.it',mimii\ I, of a greater and for himself to the cause of
d I : "lillI .adDRISKILL more progressive Florida. public nelfore. It somehow

IIi is no creed born lo feed .f fields. or under privileged

WOLFE the gullibility; of a public sets into the background
i ( r the mediocre of office .
during an election hteria. group
IN CONCERT HERE: His is a life of action based ,. >seekcrs whose moil

on the betterment of the hu \ outstanding trait has been!

THURSDAY NIGHT man race, the veil-being of j to be on hand when pa>'Jajj

I people through the phyii- + rolls around. '

\ 'n&u like to hear" < unho I i cal and mental devclop-j 4\ ke, ., try "You, tlie people, can(
i ,.1 I nen l>y Doak 1 "II.mi scents of youth, the bold, draw my first year's sal.(

N :" \l,",. ti-noi. m tin NeNI i iI outspoken truth in behalf ary," Macfadden, "and
h 1 ei i 'niditui 'ruin' Tliui d,1i
I "' H I II uil.xk of true Americanism. cour use it to tell less unforU,
yin"eri i IH sponsored bthi I RJ.cou*ly di-played through unatcs (by the olablishVl(
: ;
II ,,11 I J' T. A, winch itoi I I the pages of his. publication L > meet of a State Publicity.
i ,h hate of tin
receipt' to
i i, 1..1' the nchool baby grand leaching! millions of Hoard) of the benefits liv! .
:pInolr: : I American readers. ing in Florida bring.'" (And

:\ Wolfe will be assisted bv Born on Missouri: farm, bound over as a boy he'll probably donate his next year' salary to ulhletidl j

If c ,diets H,,,i:1 lor HKI-,lace pianist pianist: Philip: Frank Wilt to earn his. bread and butter; a sickly hid, except in fields, or underprivileged children or some oilier fund(

-"II t, Molinitt; and Jane Builiiip mind that rUioncd dreams. of health and liappiiieM', shy public welfare group.),
mist Ittrnarr Macfadden fought his May up the hard nay It seems to us that In Bernard MacfatMed lEflJ 1

, \1, ,1 it t Wdfe's Flower", numbers(Campbell: will Tip-b*' I'p to tidies, to the power of a national publisher, people of Ilorida have a new opportunity, an apporr

1"in| 'Ah Moon of My Delight'i slipping into the market and buying "Liberty" be. unity not available in every decade. They have llit

i. limnnn), "Ninety and call e the title sinbolized the dreams of his youth, he chance to elect a man to office :who If all man.. A nuu

Nit, CC'iimpion), The Last Rote because the champion of those arching a letter life Mho will tattle for their rights Joyfully, end conragootiily.
, .
if I'll Take You Hornet
.' hnnnier."n KithlecnWstritdarfl), and mean and methods of obtaining it, A man who :will refuse to lerrd any but die Uf J
. a 11,Mn ( M.u'miinough I :Nah Florida ensnared the fighter. Tn it Macfadden fare of his fellow citizens

I !K tou (Stncklan.il.\ \\ found the happy hunting ground of ic present. Here Progress can only home from leaders JiG Brf'

', .'t ,us Boy" (McGunse\ ). wo life, health and Health in abundance. Here were not afraid tp; go aliead. And the characteristic of If4., .
I hit It K.un' (BUI'1eljh1.lid
I III' h. -In ?'lids, Uriutiful mdlioils of acres of undeveloped land. Land eager to ership are found In die make-up of Bernarr MacfauV"

\n, .1 Jo,'nni.' With th.!' produce ,awaiting the workers. Here Has the sunshine! den, the American vto lives In the pTOien and plain

1 I t}, 'iii 11,1," i 1.'' ';old Block I (, "II lIt! Kr>tvrs of the sea, health from the lap of Nature for the future,
. ,
-u -v IH' cr RunS awaiting those who cared to answer the call Certainly, the more Wan 90,000 regrstcrecl voteffWith

I \\f'iahh-aml his is n.4 a Health'tliat Is ..fDade County cau Improve their rtcntling li natlof

t ;1if l boarded, it i- Health set aside inf j a beneficial trust affairs by casting their ballots In His behalf, fcf i)#

I (it* n-pntfit) lo aid in the upbuilding of the health of eo doing, they'll be east' ? votes for ih'ejmtlre. 'lUla

.i' M nation's { ) -MacfadJeii invested Ills dollars in a citizen and taxpayer o* llil! tatty, J



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drove home" said n buy "Did and the passage indicated, and Rookie: 'He's forwa-d. mini "'
The hurrh school teacher was you find hat in the book'' asked ''there the master read: Elijah
xa n\AII.dlnlllll<' Flapper '1 don't care t to is a
conductta She usual hour or the teacher
I'mident Smr after a pause 'Yes girded up his loins and departed .
i i. Put I
w. .. a -I.+K sacred studies, the story for the fir," said the boy "Suppa"jU! Eira pleasure trip --Lx.
day bring that ot E1IJ.1JAnd I bring the bock, raid the leather -
I.''n It's a I what happened EL.41 re '1 aid t.ke to we It for a F' n t, rc, IP- READ THE WANT-ADS

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i Friday, May 3. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Three

SAFETY PATROL of the con'entlon11I be given Future Farmer Chapters of District I congregation and friends of the
over to registration sight seeing i church tonight
and II banquet. To Hold Tournament Here TomorrowHomestead I I Captains of tile various soliciting J
LEAVES TUESDAY Saturday morning the annual I teams and the amounts they reported
parade will be held. Last year the yesterday fallow. : W.: W
local patrol received a trophy tor I Future Farmer of 1 scripts Charles H. Steffanl!, Mr. Allan $968; J. Q. Caldwell $1.199: ; I ..
FOR WASHINGTON being the organization which traveled America will be hosts to six chapters I Frick and Mr. Fifield; public A. E. Campbell, $1966; C. J.
tie greatest distance to marchin of the southern part of the speaking delivery, B. M Hindman, Ca$969: E. H. Collier $1108;
the parade The trophy must!sixth district In elimination contests C. J. Parman and Mr. Behrens; Harry E. Cooper, $692; J. R. Dor-
Member of the safety patrol of be won three times In tomorrow. string band, Mr*. Mills Mr. Fifield sey $792, R. E. Edwards. $1020.
Homestead High School will leave to become permanent luccesslon'l Competition will be in diamond- and Mr. Frick. Gordon Ivey, $83; W T. McConnell f.
Tuesday for Washington, D. C., to a patrol ball, public peaking. parliamentary Winners of the contests will be Sr., $1.187, F. L. Mcllwam.
attend the national convention of The local boys have procedure, quartette singing,eligible to participate with chapters $863; T. D. Piche $989; J. R. Rut-
up hope of winning the award and string band music. Chapters of the northern section in land, $1.147.: Harry Sihaubeigcr,
the American Automobile Association again because of report that a I from schools In Fort Lauderdale I contests to be held at Fort Laud- $890; J. L. Scott, $782; T. C. i
to be held there Friday and safety patrol from Key West, sponsored and Danla and from Andrew Jackson erdale May 13. when district Shackleford, $803; A. D. Smith .
Saturday.The by the Rotary Club of that High School, Ponce de Leon I II champion will be determined. $832 A. E. Smith $371: G. A. West,
boys will travel In the bus city, is planning. to attend the High: School I and Miami Edison I $1 I'120;: S L West, $792; Mrs W I r
com'ention I High School of Miami, and Red- B Caves, $708; Mrs Harry Cooper: *
which was purchased for them last land High School will take part I II CHURCH BUILDING $73B, Mrs. J. R. Dorsey $692: Mrs I
year when they made a similar Wooten Will LectureOn I Diamondball games which start E cJd Lawrence, $714: Mrs F. H. I {
trip. They will leave shortly after i the program are announced for $686
8 o'clock In the morning and expect Perspective Today 830: o'clock, and they will con- ,FUND $22,500 AS I .
to arrive in the national capi- tinue until 12.30 o'clock. Rod-
tal Thursday afternoon. Perspective will be the theme of II land has been paired off with Andrew DRIVE NEARS END
Clarence Woolen lecture today to I Jackson and Fort Lauderdale Tropical Cafes I
Patrol members who will make the federal art class which meets!I with I Ponce de Leon Home ,I !
the trip are: Capt. Harry Pierce, each Friday in the Chamber ol stead will play the winner of the A total of $22500: in cash and I!
Lieut. Eldred Cilmer. Fred Fuchs Commerce bUilding. I I first pair and Miami will play pledges toward a goal of $33.:SOO to'' s LOCATEDAT : i
Harry Bishop, Paul Hue Fred Last Friday the class after on I the winner of this contest. The
Hobart. Carl Alexander Owen: illustrated lecture and a criticism I;i finals will be played at 7:30 p. m'l erect a new structure for the First I THE i
Goodmg Jay Newton Albert Newton -, period did, life drawing and later on the municipal ball diamond. Baptist Church of Homestead w" isrepoited EVANS HOUSE f
Bruce Scott and Sheridan' sketched portions of the house and i The other contests will be conducted at a dinner of campniRn' (
Miller. They will be accompanied' grounds of Dr. and Mrs Frank in the afternoon !
workers and officials last night In i iKromeFlasler
One Block South or
by Patrolman J. I, Coke of the Hausmnn I I Judges of the context will, be' I
I the Sunday school N : Traffic
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Homestead police department and I A pot-luck luncheon is a popular quartette Mills Geo
Railey Micey high school teacher I feature of the art club's Friday ,I Frick and Irving Lyon: parliamentary I II W Third street and Krome avenue I II Light, on 8' Krome .\\e. s
secretary of the patrol supervising' program I procedure E. B Blackburn I The campaign: will close with a ,. .
committee I New members have been addd at Willard Fifield and Henry I II ,I dinner for ill persons connectedwith ,
Captain Pierce laid the first, day: each session of the class. I I Behrens: public speaking manu- the drive members of thc| READ THE ANT-ADS I
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To the Voters of the Fifth :

Commissioners District ;1


At the outset of my campaign for county commissioner I was deter-

mined to conduct it on a high plane as I believe in and advocate clean

politics.For .

the past week I have carried the campaign to the several communities -

of the district in order that all of the voters could have an opportunity -

to hear my stand.I .

would appreciate the opportunity of serving this district, and if !

elected will work hard in your interest and will strive to give you and "

the district the best that's in me for the duration of my service.I .

have made but one promise and that was to the voters of the dis-

trict. ,

If elected I promise fair and equal distribution of the county benefits -

so far as the workingman, the businessman and taxpayers are con- :;

cerned, and fair representation of the entire 5th district of Dade County. ':

Stop our cars or phone 18 for transportation to the polls. No oh1i ;ltion.'I}




Candidate for County Commissioner 5th District ;

(Political Advertisement Paid for by Friends) :





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THE "; ) ;-rNTFRI'RTSE .

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..""".....".....,........., "I'IIUl11cnt that to kin a sour the ,,' ,
r In regard: to old 1 k( i tic's-d OnMi .
LEADERENTERPRISEul ,does must ovci-rute the enemy I STATE PRESS Poly said:
CURRENT 'IICOMMEN'r tree ... ont and tint nn foreign "If elected, I shall
. ,." ,4 trlilli. .! Ilnmi>...lt. flu iHtion can stack up agilnst us on recommendto
\ ,,fh I'' <. P.bll.hins lonpinrKnt' ''' ''' ''''''' the legislature that II definite
kr h. I Ir.y "" '''''
"I .. .wend visa mil matter I hit war basis. N0( Nazi-ism: liere1'f' appropriation be made from
Morth 11. IGI2, ., the liwl since .IH e Okecchobee tax to
n\r.WELt'm Editorial from proven sources mAtch the
( I
...r.t.:.., HorllU, gndrr the art
.....h 1, litt AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIWine' 1 Every year there floats Into News) fund furnished by the federal government -
As Miami an army of undesirables, Picturei-word pictures In vivid for purposes of paying the

BBS Alt IIER Frmldrtit and KdllorMARJOKIP : on Not din, "Mr(.""mim Wcl>ntn h..mlroltwnmmtnraU whether I lot necessarily all of them of the language-(rom Europe bring us old-age pensions, At present the
they bf In agreement or lit variants criminal class but undesirable In systems of govern aged should be getting $40 per
F\II AIIC"Itt with hU opinion: Address fwmmunl* : that they have no If the
f rom the fact month federal fund Is
thankful even
rattnni tn Agnew Welsh, 141 N ment that make us ,
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R.er.l.r2 and Tr r ret. It.. Mliml til. visible mean of supportmendesperately for primary times At the same matched by the state"I

A court should keep Itself at wasCaesars grabbing at straws time the primaries and their at- Florida needs no additional taxes
BHLR1PTIOS nUll It 1 rhe extent of this Influx was of the records I to harass the people 01, to add
.......... wife-above iunpiclon tendant limelighting
51.00 I
.. Dade C .Mr stressed: In a public address by the added complexities to Its tax 'troubles
I Oul.ld. .1 Dodo Count _, . 'I.U can not do this by contempt proceedings of candidates give us an
lead of the local Salvation Army declared. The
against newspapers or individuals insight Into what makes our government Paty present tax
as per the recent St. I who said that about 1000 men had I click and renews our faith system Is antiquated and honey.

( 'an'On, a Poemto Louis cat*. It can only keep clean : been sent out on the 'hobo In a democracy where a state of- I combed with Injustice md distorted -
[ hll
the of ""I iresi and that there were yet J, M. Lee he said
Youth the towing robe of figure fle'ij) 1 like Comptroller
II Justice and keep intact the bAn1 1 he city between eight and t'nl tutus! to the courts for light on I "I shall see that every source

Author i U 1 I own doge on her eyes by the court 1 I hOllS'oI1n' i lIIH'1'1ploV"hll'| I I tini
just conduit Judges should bet I e I churns to taxpnvl'IIny fits into an equitable |III 1,1 ""Ibl"ac-
II, I I" "I'l t 11m I want 11 dr nk fair distribution .
I ing 11 I.- load
,, supermen but unforlumt!Iv they I Is Hitler planning a United 1Ie'I1S11(' courts rule against.hlolIda
', Ii 1111 ,' know- I
I i do not all reach thai high tale, Staten "f Germany? He iq getting I lhe 1 is pai'ticulat'ly fortunate I land adequacy: for Roeitnnintal
1 I Mlvlii t going! to Ink needs," he said
t "slate" but keeping them III its choice for heading up the
inn 1 I when ,II' time for me' 1 1t dots tie Jim I Mr. Pulj Slid he will gl\ I' complete -
Some movie industry : united is something else again fiscal side of its govrinment .
I" I II' 17000 movie houses in HIP United Lee is n firm and steadfast believer assurances to tin state icplesentalhes -
I" ,"I I''I ('ri whit" kind of a chap : in congress th,1,t he
States take In a billion dollars a in the constitution, realizing how.
I and I'bhed, I could The distinction and the difference -
I i
>I' will co-opeiate wholeheartedly! in
year: of the 500 feature films and dangerous would be tiny policy to
I I"h,' '' '' hand : China has three and one- : any manner In which he is able to
800 "shorts" produced year.l the contrary. He has been steadfast i
J"'J i t whisper. "I with you well, Hollywood I makes 93 per cent, half times the population of the In following the court Inter- make the Everglades National Parka
old nun," In a way h','d under- 105 producing concerns, Of thejpictures I; | United States but Its living is so pretation of tax laws and unfailingIn : reality.
.tatHI l t tId simple! that It uses only a little 'Millions of acres of land have
shown In the world 61 percent relying upon the courts of the :
like to give the cheering word are made In this country. over one-half as much land area land for guidance In disbursing I gone back to the state because of
do In cultivating To "'
is we
I crops I
delinquent taxes Mr. said
that I've lunged at times to hear: Hollywood pays 125 million dollars the taxpayers money after the Paty
of rice Chinese
I'd Ilk to dive him n warm hand- a year to Jhe 28.500 people it employs produce an acre state gets It. I "I propose that the state donate to
750 hours in
artists extra and use. manpower ; our the head of a family a tract of this
clasp when never a friend seems as supers An arch foe of dictatorship in ,
and we do It with 25. '
near. for "mob"" scenes, any form, he has been one of the land from 50 to 100 acres provided -
1II'J'nt'd my knowledge by 0 e 0 I' leading modern disciples of com- the recipient expend a rea- ..
sheer hard work and I wish I In this glorious old U. S. A. One of the strongest presentations plete separation of the three departments sonable amount for its Improve-
could piss it on rulers do not inherit office; neither of the trends of the times is of government legislative ment and development Those who

To tin fellow<< who'll come to take are they rulers: they have merely ) I in editorial In the United States .executive and Judicial lie do not have sufficient funds can

my plait tome day when I am been selected by a majority vote of I News by Its editor, David Lawrence objected to executive interferencein be furnished money from federal
gone the electors to execute the laws i t erstwhile radio news commentator legislative affiiis when he was agencies such as the Farm Secur-
already made by their fellow electors I who snld: "The drift oft In the legislature; and he hOI since ity Administration. The plan not
Will he ice all the Bid mistakes If we violate those laws maybe I :the affairs i Is toward systems) followed rigidly his original campaign only would serve as a proper relief .
I've' 111 dc, and note all the battles It will be the jail-house for us I take away Individual rightsand pledge that if elected comp- measure, calculated to relieve

loM but anyhow It Is our law, voluntarily ; : put the state In absolute con- ': troller he would not be eternally unemployment, but it would cause
WIll II,' ever guess of the tears observed by the good citizen I trol.: We already have the machinery trying to tell the legislature whatto an increase in our population
this I .fused or the heartaches and forcibly so by the others when : I for Fascism In Amcricnl I do. Thus he naturally turns to Mr. Paty described this stile is

iihio I they lost" nd If the duly constituted agents' We have grown selfcentcredmd I the courts when doubts are cast on the "United States of Fiord"
I Will M I" a(.,re thru the failures and I of the people observe the oath indifferent We have lost the ; laws "dumped" In his lap for administration "We have everything that can be
I 't 1Ilh',I ", toil to the underlying they took to enforce those laws. i ie .spirit of love that goes with religion ,, found in any other section of the
plan. I. e 0 I II and the spirit of virility He may keep the courts busy- country," he said "Our slate is as

And catch a glimpse of the: real I'I Gen Hugh Johnson, 'old Iron that goes with patriotism! A I he has more litigation In the supreme large as Italy has a greater coastline

; mts'ul and the heart of the vun- pnnts." lAYS we were pulled Into Hubby. lazy-minded nation Is court than any two predecessors and has far greater resources
qui:,I,id man1? World War 1 by the appeal, "Save likely to drift Into economical -but that's what the courtsare than that countiy The possibilities

I I the world for democracy" and that chaos on which, of course, state- for. And It Is well that our here are far-reaching and beyond
I drfi to hope he may pause some [ are trying to shove us Into': ism thlves" Burn these words Into l comptroller relies upon them for the limits of speculation. We must

e day: .is he toils ai I have wrought Ithl'Y II by the try "Your turn ;: your souls and teach them to 1\\, the protection of taxpayers-nlalke make this southern spot the great
And KIIII slime strength for the next" He allays this fear by the your children l est In the world. To do this you
weary task from the battles must have the right leaders at the

Rut which I've I only have the fought.task Itself to ELECTION J. Conroy John R. Uurtler E. R. E C. Chronister Tom Theus; II:2. helm of the stateHANS ,"

lease. with the cores for Mm to I Meltzen, Dr, W H. Spiers. (PrlOl't'ton-Mr C. E. Eichen.
fare Delegate national Democratic berger Mrs. Sylvia Atkins Re
(Continued from Page One) WALKERContinued
And never a cheering word to convention state at large, for women publicans: 112 Henry BehreniWm ,
take (four to be voted for Edith A Murphy Mike Connelly
speak to the fellow who'll ) : :
Ernest R. Graham William J. ( from Page One)
my place. Pruitt.Representative'. Heilong Burfield, Paola C. Copeland \ Alttha Campbell Edith T. Murphy -
I Helen Hunt West Mrs. Waiter ,
Then litres to your health old Group One-.J. Price Bevis Hildred Hall MeLaughlm management. He said he has had

chop" I drink ui a bridegroom to F Cordon Ceo E. Holt, Morris Mrs W. B. Young, Mr I 15 years' executive business trainIng -
hi, bride: McFIya: Group Two-Thomas B. Lena Bird, Peon Pearce Pauline PATY and that the cost of government -
I Uain unfinished task fur you Everhurt II M Jackson Fred Burke Carr Mrs. Dave Sholtz. never will be reduced until
knows how I tiled Pine Irving Renno, Marshall C. I the people elect a business man,
but God Delegate to national Democratic I (Continued from Page One)
Mr Walker said the cost of government -
I've dreamed my dreams, as all! Wisehe: Group Three-H. Earn-
convention fourth congressional should be reduced 25%,
John W "
came est OI't'rstrpl't. Mrs 1t-
do never a one
mm son. district, men: Morton Adams It ii ripe. I will see that the la\, or approximately $I ,OOOOOO per
true. Thomas S. Ferguson Victor prohibiting the
B shipping of
And today li that all 1 Judge of civil court of record: I gree n year.
mprayer be realized bj Group Two-BenJamin Axle-road Hutto Jim Kennedy Claude M. frUit Is enforced rigidly' Last year the state received

tin dreams may Norman Hendry John J. Llndsey Barnes, P. N. Hiatt Rudolph born, Striking at a fimily dynasty," $375 from the cold storage egg tax

you I Sheriff: D. C. Coleman, William and Charles T Lundstrom I In the operation of the state's al. which cost $3.671 to collect" said

Ani1"11 meet tome day In the P lUrd. John B. Rowland. I Delegate national Democratic fairs, Mr, Paty said the bestowiof ,I the candidate. The egg inspection

i:" ,It i unknown out In the'I County tax collector: Tom Kelly convention fourth congressional l patronage by reason of relation. service gave the state $18.75:\ and
I" ,Il In of space; Hayes Wood.Supervisor. district, women: Mrs Normal, ship rather that of merit has bee,.n the expense of collecting it was
Vii II !K i nmy clasp as I take I of registration: Murrn BlAkley, Mrs Kenneth Close Mrs too commonly practiced and thi,t $48,454."
i..l. ,. I hand, and gaze Into you r \' Beu'd. Carl Mulmei. Ji I Clifton (), Gordon Rose R. I.unet.1 it counts fu II large degree (,f He charged that these bOil i aI-I ,

I t,,, .,, (I County commissioner. fifth district sum nnd Mis Genevieve Pvnrl.'I I inefficiency md wasteful ,1mlllls!' bureaus and commissions II <'ie
T I I II 1.IIurea11I, be success :' : Preston B. B id I. J. D Redd. on. I tr: lion of fio\dnmcnt. "All sy"j I gl\ll UK jobs to politIcal par.iit t ay

I Ilcbt, of the new-fount I Justice of the pence. fourth district Congressional Democratic com. .Ipp"ntt":+ will 1 get their Jobs sol1 1 I who were hclpuiM 10 elect! non
01 I W B Cllle' Sr.. Sid L mitleeirnn: J. M. Chr sti msen, 0 Ion their ability\ to fill the )places. .offuo and keep ,politic 11 1 kn "s
ti I ,i It?i king your health oil I''.Kendrlck: il A Hlckok and Bob Wetmore he said "1" III not make a farm y I built at the expense of I the ii ork-

I I ii h'll" take my place whci"Isms" 1 Constable. fourth district J. M Congressional Democratic corn. feast out of the government pic," ing man, the business man and,

I None i Scarborough William M, Sykes, IIIL mlttepwomtn Mae Smith Mrs, 1, Declaring that freight rates c on the taxpayers genenllv"
-- Walker T Stevens products of southern origin a:re: Mr. Walker outlined his record
National Democratic committee- State Democraticcommltteenun 307, higher than those in the Nor'.h as a laboring man. "My first job

mnn: Allie Bavaid Angle, Paul A. Dr. A. J, Bertram Fred B. Hart, and East, Mr, Puty said: I was as a truck driver" he stud

s" J1 I -11 If you have tw o 1 Brown Sam Foor R Herman nett. John G. MicFarlan W. "Vt,, "I will personally appear befo re "Then I went to the machine shops

1" '" \ "u KIVO one to your neigh. Jirman. Perry Null Bill Shayne, I Wood. the Interstate Commerce Commi iof a Florida railroad to serve a
W.. J, Givens Joe M. Cabrera, Truman Republican candidates follow : sion and lead a militant fight f,)1' portion of my apprenticeship as

bmi".'i imunlsm-If you hatw,o G Futch John E. Matthews. Presidential elector, Group TwoS ,. parity rates for the South." a machinist and then I shipped

cow"" you give them to the government j Dwight L Rogers, Byrd Sims S Courtney, Ralph K Robert, He said he has Influential fries is aboard an American ship and
and the government the n National Democratic committee- Representative: Group One-_ in Washington who will help In served four years at sea In order

gives you some milk. woman: Mrs Neil Alford. Enid Henry Leighton Steele Walter I'. obtaining parity rates for Florid 10 to earn my certificate as a marina
I'asclsm-If you have two cowsyou :I. Broward Hirdee Polly Rose. Stewart: Group Three-Edwar,d and that such parity will go a engineer I am the only man fit
keep the cows and give th e Delegate to national Democratic Dickenson and Merle B. Kolova't. long way toward solving the ma 1'the governors race who has carried .

milk to the government; then th e convention stale at large, for, State Republican rommitteemarB I: keting proteins of the local growcof rl a lobar card In his hip pocket..
government sells you tome milk. men: (four to be voted forT: Robert -, George Griffith and Lyle tHotcomb ), citrus winter vegetables ai Id Mr. Walker said his labor record
New OI"a\lsm-It you have t H Andvnon Al B Block Rule! other products will enable him to serve the

cows, you shoot one and milk wee Daughtrey George Hoffman Rob. State Republican commmittee'_ Mr. Paty said the southern ie 1'- laboring man Tallahassee and
other then you pour the milk dow n ert K Pepper Leo Stalnaker "Whi t I woman: Mrs Josephine Brook.Florence I. lion of the state never had a go vhil business record will give hint
the diamNizlam. Ansley, Harry M Burch, Johr I Dow Rast ernor or a cabinet member to re pan Insight into the tax problem

: -If you have two cow t, 'I Davis. John O Jackson Lewis W. Congressional Republican coir,_ resent it In Tallahassee and the of the business man.
the government shoots you an d i Petteway. W. E Trottman Rotxr t t mitteeman: Randolph E. Bl I, for never had a square' deal In He said he favors nine-months
keeps the cowt M. Atkins. II. Clyde Byers ZaclI I Howard GibbonsCongressional business "The people now are term of school for every child,

Capital! m -If you have tw'0 I I, Douglas. H O. Kight. Jr. OwnW I Republican coir_ ready for a southern-section go v. with free books front the primer
tell one and buy a bul:I. I Pittman, Jr. H. N Walker. mitteewoman: Florence McA. She_ ernor and I believe they will el l let to the 12th grades and adequate
cows you
Benjamin Axlcrond, Russell J. wood. Mary H Stewart me," he said "I will If elec!d, pay for teachers on a 12-monthf

How the world does change Tl It! I Carroll. Frank B. Dowllng, D F. Precincts in which the posts t)f treat every section of the fate I basis
old-fashioned woman who darn d Lessey, S. P. Robmeau. Harry W. Dade County Democratic commii t- Mike; I will give every part a Mr. Walker said he made *

her husband sock now hat a Zander, Sidney J. CatU, Jr, T. E. teeman and committeewoman ai't square deal All problems, no seven-year study of state govern
her dam'Ci Fitzgerald. W A MacWilliams Ed, contested follow: matter from whence they con Ie. ment before he announced hit"
"I! husband daughter.r-JOUus.who w$M L Shutef, Fred M Boss, Dat; bc'o tats: 'li* 1 ,llof aee4l ;f: .It be first' my eatetltl' eons!}sirs! esse idac).

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Frilav.i%! Mav 3. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pam! Five t :i


RENEWS WAR ON I" Spessard Holland




first ihot of a newni on240percent

; salary buyers.r, ; 1 1to p} 1 Hiv \pnswd Im stand ,mil inuu',t u
l |"i"tcilingg the agricultural interests! e fired this well: by I veteran of tin ".- slate against outside" competition and '

; 20 lng campaign of 1939 I 111' inurrst in continuing liberal assistance
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r I to experimental work. particularly in aidIng -
John Kll ore, Tallahassee ,:
nI.'WSr r
\ In possible the Subtropical
pnpcrmon, took the offensive h\ every way
I Fxpeiimcnl Station it I1orne tend.
: publishing on account of the proceedings i

at the last session of the-1 I > =--".w.- .. ......- IJIt.J! Ulllri -.
Florida Legislature when '" \
n fill-I "Trustworthy and Courageous< Not Merely
Above t is an ,trehllectc') 1 d'.I\1l' ,I II" .
buster prevented a last-minute I t III \I .tlll'l1l1' "f 111<
1 Time Setting. Not Truculent to I'lillllml txprdleno -
vote on a regulatory measure First Bipli ( hUl' h. to U eleeted till I-! t<' tI' of the Ilie't lit. or Submliwh to Selfish Influence" .
' In his book-"How' a Few FI"r-! building .it N, W Thud ,t tll'I I .I""! KJ, 'I". .\/l'/
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11 IIII ii I r r I 1. 1)""1. "'"" ( I. r ", ,1 II II"
Ma Legislators Sued I the .Mil': .
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Loan Shark Rocket of the SnLuvDuy'ers" I
1 1".111 hill N010, IJ 1 01.ll, I" I '" I It !I'IU -- -- ---
((60 cent Mr. Kiltmtake's '
the that ) % (-I I' Inlaid I III .1" I' 1 j" I"I I" 1 I I lII, "
position the ntioml '1
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I' "I Ihd
events in the ]legl.latit(I '< J toy II" <111,11"1 I Will. I I J. 1 I''"I
I ,,>,I \ ie II! I h, I. ft I"', 1 lie-Elect
halls mike reme legislation' alMost I all 01111 .\ I-o II./ '" dl )Iii ,' ,Ii .
', iitI'" t .f III"-" 1111.1"" I. i. II "Inlde I-
Inevitable when the .t.1I"I :
I ,, .
tin ,1I.dll'. Ill 'I" I", t i.
senators And representativs lather .

again The in author 19-11 gave aid and counsel I .I D. C. Coleman

to the legislators locking ni I This is the Record the People of I
control law and through his

fore paper the column public.It kept. the new8.// Florida, by Their Fine CooperationMade Dade County Sheriff

was a quirk of fate Possible.

was a bystander when the bittertindercover I,
Th. Cnmptrollirn office |..im 15HIIIIUII : hl.h...",.. bringing, more than mix mlt- (,
flared into the crinki In H ,.., tiilmo "Mill lion dollars to the atat and making
!> pen through a physical attack by folks Soduil urn.mnlivH nrrlv. possible the mnatrurtlun. of mora than I
ties agent ...'ulI, rhw kt pan toll you IfiO mllM of the highest type of .....01..
one senator upon another. The how promptly they, revive their rkrrki Mr a fair and impartial .dml.I.'."-
Incident dramatized the dispute In' each month lion of our tan otAII,,'ton law. .. far If You'
pleasing to Mr We have not hat a bunk failure In an I. In the power of this nfflr. we cYou're
a manner
Kilgore Florida mine> tin rumntrnllrr apprmnl have mitered. the faith of UaFAYtnIn r
and his allies. rinnnrlil met up and ithiirliril In their Plot* somnnmtpayrm .
The newspaperman favor an I I"'um.their' reopening following Hit m..ra. Where we hove found error by ta. Too
or efforts W vadn or avoid
We have paid elan .0..I.U. 'n P.Ymrntwe be" ......Nd man
for arhixil Uaihf .ml school bin than flip million/ dollar of dlnputod
ON HIS RECORD drivern. which have Increased from tanni fir the II''... of Fliirlil Plop Old n Old
I,.. thin five million dollars art fnvMtlvttlnn/ prmwntiun andrmMWcry
RE-ELECT In more than i'iirl'v"mlll'ii ft'fnfFmJi unit iinproiilniatrly. a mil ter;,

Ina" nearly have four Iron million ailminlnti:: ,:":.'klal 1"'r poor linn ilillar ti I other of thin atatMi money but for.would ore hate anirm Enough for
l>r pre+.ing i f rlnrliti claim.
to be
lnr nabhoil 1 .
ly .Imo.I murk
'':he I el mnnry; : ti. pntldr, '::I. .. Wehave l :established for the flr.t
t' peed and I for cur dtyn,u'ie"t imp In F'hulAs hist 'ty policy f a to Fairy
Mil: :; fair dial for :: ':xl'AWr, and whi'n:
.r a meet l et a tax law the utati
G'4; tax "'''"'r- have ""n .Ilatrlhulrd, now rsturn- any moneys which may
i'I r"'m t'Jr.::: ,.mil 1 m Accord: with' the !Teem; r.t. h-: :: Idt.: led fnn, those who Vote Tales
Y a InlrrunUxl ly the Ste. .,, ..t to: : Ito, .t.lut.::
I I"m, C".t.
OU audlt.r4 check for .v..po
W. have taken inch irtlon ai wan m. nee .. w II so ..ndrr.poymrnt. and
nil ...l by the Federal viitvrnminlI who "..r-r." ""mrnl% are dl..d the
? inure mnllniiH Federal all' for "P''''a' .... HA money bo.k.



Those who aspire to the office now held by D. C. Coleman

nr+,tk+ YOUR STATE COMPTROLLER are 10 hard pressed for facts that they resort to spreading fairy
tac! .. And most fairy tales deal with hobgoblins
(Paid Political Adv )

We can banish the weird Images by shedding LIGHT the
Light ot TRUTH. upon the scene Here are a few fact about
the record, the TRIED and PROVEN record of D. C. Coleman
I an Sheriff, of Dude County "The Best Sheriff Dade County Has
Ever Had"-YOUR Sheriff for almost seven years.D. .

C. Coleman has been in efficient! faithful], honest and
;HAYES WOOD dependable Sheriff He has conducted the office of Sheriff! of
o Dade County without a whisper or breath of acandul

TAX COLLECTOR J I D. C Coleman is a sane and rational man not an extremis "
( II in anything except his sense of honesty and loyalty to his oath
tOlRTEOt'S: PROfRESSl\E! I of office He It not swayed by emotions or passions to the point
EFFICIENT I of losing his sense of proportion. There is nothing fanatical,

lie kept his promise and placed about him.

Auto Tags lot Homestead 4 D. C. Coleman has never sought personal glory and ensotionnl -

(Paid Political Adv ) publicity Even when his work and his exceptional
qualities have brought him renown-as, for example his part in
the arrest of MiCnll the kidnapper of the Cash baby-he mrrpted -
his just acclaim with appropriate modesty and went .ibml,t
ELECT his routine duties ai our Sheriff

CONEfucius : During his tenure of office. D. C. Cnlrmnn Inn return, I Ito
IRVING RENNOTour say t tin County, in excess fees the sum of $74,740.14 Your t I." I
tote that much lower.

Rich Man cull ROOSEVELT: because he give, POOl Ii addition to the above, D. C "h'm.III's office 'tan' di

Man 10B Why don Rich Man give, Pool Man lob? I I"i, term ..is Slunff collected And dflxjKited to the Mm
ifniuii, Fund of Dade County the sum of $123.69268.

I Governor who spend 50% LESS lo run On STATE The deputies under D, C Coleman hr mack 7111! '
I efficiently and honestly make one fine UNITED sirs tree of Civil papers and have booked 26734 ,person' I
STATES S.nator. the County Jail both in County and Federal prisoners t st s

D C. Coleman's Initiative was Instrumental In e.tabliohita'

On TEN CENT Fountain Pan kp 112,000000 In the Rand Patrol with 24-hour service protecting you and youi I

Florida TAXPAYERS' Pocket' family on the highway
The school traffic officers. on duty outside the city HmiU j

Governor who tan MANY MILLION Dollars for in the County, at school crossings, protect your children because
C !I It ,. Taxpayer ol Dad County MUST k* friend of D. C. Coleman aa your Sheriff, thinks of your children, ai of
his own
I Taxpayer
But-VVtir to en? Your heart tell tot the train

Cannons oa FLORIDA COAST H.I, hasp lirU Man We friends of D C Coleman and friends of every cltlzeo

with Big Mush.ck. IB 1IIro,*. of Dade County suggest that you <11 your ewe think Inf. Don't

be misled .br campaign ramon, by slander, sad ulletoaapropafanda.

Old Ma wont EAT. _didato' wild elect!.. .

RepresentativeGROUPS J PROMISES. Here U the teat. Ask yeorwlf "Have I any reason. from
BIT ynoiial evverlmre, for Wasting s change hi thJ office?"
Since you, unbiased. and fair, are satisfied with D. C. Colrman't
LEGISLATUREAdvocate administration M Sheriff, yoi'II "If nore the rent, since you have
Fred P. Cone for the brat Sheriff." and will vote for D. C. Coleman, Dade County's Choice,

Creation of Poor
Man's render.Court and Public De- for United States Senate (Political Advertisement Paid for by Friends) t

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BRANCH OFFICEIN I Local Youth "Sold" For Cool MillionAt I II GROWERS PLAY the fore Growers this season defeated, on March the 29,Diamondbacks and

DADE COUNTY I "Auction Sale" of Rotary Club Here', REDLAND IN Batteries for 10 to Homestead 7. will\ be

Bishop, pitcher and Blair catcher;
i i A Homestead youth was "auc-i I and for Redland Lindgren, pitcher.
PLAN OF FRASER I tloned" off for $1.000,000 at the I'earse Walker Dies FINAL 40 TILTThe and Crawshaw, catcher.
After Heart Attack Homestead entertained the
weekly meting of the Homestead
Ponce de Leon team here Wednes-
Pledging a branch of the state' Rotary Club Wednesday noon. The body of Pearse Walker 63 Growers of Homestead High day afternoon and took the little
executive office for Dude County,'I l No money changed hands In the retired monument dealer who School will ring down the curtainon end of t 9-to-4 score. Thursday
governor candidate Walter Fraser transaction but the price was paid died Tuesday afternoon at his their 1940 baseball season with I the local team went to Miami and
I home on Redland road south of a game with the Diamondbacks of was defeated 9 to 2 by Miami Edison
"kwung back to this area early off In good will, entertainmentand
the Redland Farm Life School
Eighth street, will be sent to Medford and Friday journeyed to Fort
this week to campaign for a $3 educational values Ontario Canada, for burial this afternoon The game will be Lauderdale High School field to be
auto tog and more business instate Th sale was a skit to illustrate Death was unexpected following played on the local field defeated 1 to 2,
government. j the value of youth to the community a heart attack. The two teams clashed once be- The growers played 11 games

The $3 tag will mean a nine It was part of the enter- A native of Mllberton, Ontario, I this season and won two of them.
month term for all schools and I ItJlnment program of the meeting Mr. Walker came here II yea..sago. ,Redland and Andrew Jackson
bet lei pay for teachers," Fraser|lot which! the Rotarians had sons His. home, which he built Russell Walker of Halcourt. Alberta were the victims.
and a sister, Mrs C. H
and daughters as their guests
himself of native rock short
tiled "Only $3000000 Is needed a I
Morse of Victoria, British Columbia
There were 35: girls and boys :
time after his arrival, has castle-
'u make up the difference be. prt's-I a READ THE WANT-ADS
tweet tin present exorbitant fee ent like motif and Is one of the show .._10_
.no ih 0 idler Don Done was on the "block"Ifind j places of the Redland District ;= -
1 i .. hilt place I can gave nt Howard Johnson was the uuc- Mr Walker is survived bhis : ,t
lo *Mi,lino,ooo a year by appli .lonor The bidding started all widow Mrs Lillie Wnlker: a
cat a III business methods to the 110000 and the bidders were club ,daughter, Mrs Clarence Hunt of PRESTON B. BIRD
.ta,' "*>' inmcnt, consolidating members who represented forces Homestead\ : two brother. Norton
0"PP'"J< ( bureaus Another with which the community must I Walker of Toronto Ontario' md
'IUUIIO( (JOO( now lies Idle in the cope In giving the best to youth -
ire ur\ liecnuse It Is earmarked The various forces in life with' CANDIDATE FOR
On His Record
which the must contend I
tot' p-1i1 1 use This money can
be "used 'for the people by cutting made Individual "bids" until the Vote for
thi ,UKI, tie useless regulations price rose to $750,000 The combined I COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
tliu bind it.'Seeindiy t. forces of good and the combined i I
upproxlmately 70,- forces of evil then "shot up I
DUll tat aid trucks nut burning, the bidding until the buwa '
gifoiim now can be operated on 'knocked down" to the good force I STII DISTRICT
tin "-tuI'd tag bURlS with a rerun for a "cool million" | I
'III, 1 retie of at leant $ OO.- Ceo N Wukefuld had u i 'igcif DADE COUNTY
OuO Iii I',ii, months from the seoncen the entertainment program
Hi' lax on a hauls of only tesiriei the sale," he staged, I 1r

astir gallon' |tier car a day Some "I'ul) games that brought gonuim j Subject lo Democratic Primary,
3U.ollo ('I I',i nli..ms now buying then amusement both to tin guest i me) 7
May 1940
tag IK: H gill Will buy them lit the club membusPRUITT .
lo I I"I $4: biingiiiK tin' state -- -- j I
$1(> ., At least $'))0000() mute' in
lit. I, ill' 'old Ui tiniiixts "earl TALKS YOUR VOTE AND) SITI'OUT WILL I5E
1 vl hen (he date I, ichnI -
\uilf the ;
Mil" 111 llllU
I \' sold liki the' opportunity, to serve my
., ,
n should l he gain t tI I.>
d"II'll" Its, I lidiivc I would make a good
II 'I I"iwei" filial st.itctl, INVITES OTHERS
. 'I oil rule, (if the citrus 1 1'ld, ) wniKiiv, count;: commifsioncr/ If I

C.0 ,, n alp ruinous tu the lid not mtitour expectation, remember
an -A ("i We must take the William J. Pruitt ral\dlll.oI t,' I lo. J. Edwin LarsonFor you can fire me two years from now.n.thil1A' .

po Iut of the citrus comml.uo .- state seniitm will\ speak ,,1L"1 !,I''"i "
.\ Done Is Good or Had Only By
1 \nip Its rules and return Pnk Homeitend. at R ocl I 1.,1, K ,
cu,,' .I it the Industry to the Saturday: night STATE TREASURER Comparison"Paid !
gntl 1 He has issued an imitation t t.> i ( Political Advertisement)
> ii'I n advocated lower freight local candidates for county commissioner HE \1 \lIE GOOD AS: V S.
rill11" peal of the giiiu receipt Justice of the pence ,tout I Collector of Internal lvrnue i 'fA
t. i ,i,iU. publicity/ bureau, reads constable to share the platform Male Senator Member of
anent of the Kale for truck with him. I (louse of Representatives-
(ices'' in ,i basis of age, nol Four years ago Mr. Piuitt was I County 'ommIRBIII".r-Mayur-
\1\' s Ii t Mo monthly for the aged j candidate for senator and lost uhlt'ASI: -Fducator.
anI'' "IKI' hospitalization for theO In the second primary by 72 votes (Paid Political" Adv i iGO ELECT
<' Burn at Sulphur Spring Teis' i
I 1 11 h"s i been six times mayor Mr, Pruitt was educated i in the-i
01 .< Simu-tint without pay and public schools of that town and
a; v, nisi i resident of Miami at Marietta, Okla: Graduated from the I TO THE a +
S! \. h: HUlh( street He It coni Cumberland Law School at Lehanon l -,
(I.s i tint' the strong "silent' Tenn,, he came to Miami in
i Florida not controlled by 1925 to practice law A year I,ilti, BALLOT BOX
vo/, .11 i"> will, place him In theinmiiy. he married Miss Marguerite' Him
ec 1 [ 1 DtMOCRlTir: ) PRIMXRYM
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\ ,', yule' al.tri, sir angry Sigma' Nu Phi 'leRil fi" "ltd lI,1I ,tlit t\ ,
I ('1'1\11'.11 Niptt, lunch 11 T.,.',\ i II 1
.tent 1 me to the (1111",0 \ .ml: (Inli IS;," ,nil tl1. ('1,1 i i is : N ,
I ,.,'I I i ll1n ,old 1" I s,I Dodd, .0.',, II "t") \1 r
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Ross, WilliamsJUDGE POW E


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of (the A



t." Eleventh Judicial Florid('Inal&of

Group 1
Candidate to Succeed
Himself for the H. Burwell


Subject to Democratic TO THE OFFICE FORMERLY:

Primary, May 7Bert HELD BY JUDGE II. F.

near Winder. Georgia 41 years tio.

Graduate Literary and Law departments Mercer University,
Maeon. Georfls Judge HONESTYWATER

Worked way through college M wilier In dining hall and Janitor
.f Tallnall Square Baptist Church In Maeon.Sucveuoe Circuit CourtCROfP

te Honorable II F. Atkinson deceased, and h m.ln-
raining the high tradition set by Judge Atklniwn.rnmoted AND
from Civil Court .f Record GROWERS OF SOUTH DADE .
Present term will not expire until July 29, 1M1. I'
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Friday May 3. 1940 THE LEADER.EXTERPRISE Pace Seven- I I

,; \ETLIU\S!: RITES HELD I clausal teaclicm retirement fund'''' lecm.nL R,'K, : ". .1 I 'In' will
r GERMAN REVOLT, Funeral services for Myron NATIONAL GROUP I""net in $800 per instruction until'I 1 sponsor del title -'e ".1 '''n \, ,til f
Stockman of Miami Springs, 48 j ji from the state to aid counties in I the Democratic c',mnnttcc .!md will
HELD FACTOR TO i 1 World War \'etcrun'ho died POST IS SOUGHT I pioudinii a full eight-months favor return to the t t"-t'ludh' ,lule j)1
Monday in a Miami hospital were term in public school! for nomination of a candidate )h v
conducted at 2:30: o'clock Wednesday If he i is elected national commit- the national I convention

CRUSH NAZISMA afternoon tit the Turner Funeral BY D. L. ROGERS I E ',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,.. .. .... .. ....,.. ....... ... .,,,,.,,.,.. "
Home the '
by Rev Robert L
I jToncnce, pastor of the First Presbyterian -
A \ of the German people Church ,if Miami: Springs I Dwight L. Rogers or Fort Lauderdale ; : ( )
and intervention of the United The body will be cremated. former member of the 'j J. D. (Jim)
States Into the present war arc' -------- -- house of ret'resent"tll s. IK a can- REDDr
two factors that are certain to I didate in the May primaries fat
bring Hitler to his knees and crash \WILLIAM NOBLE ', Democratic national, mmitter
Nazism declared the Rev Daniel ,
Ivtrson. pastor of the Shenandoah FIRST GROCER mmMr, Rogers* w.i'. eluted -pi ; I
Presbyterian Church ol 1\1101ml. in '1'I1t.ltl\'C from liratt.ad I (t' "iinlt' 111 :
a talk before the Redlund District 1)10! and continu'd t I., i I' t Announcing ,
Lions Club Tuesday night HERE SUCCUMBS I :I o-ions of lUilItiT : 'HI I !' t ,\I''
Mr )person and his wife 'trued He tea 'l"| ,kr" I' '.i.ii ;
Europe! l last year and spent sonic' -. i the house in 1I1P", .runt' f 11II.! forReflection i. i
f time In Geimuny They returned Muni il "ci nil', for William Mi Roger tti, II\(' 'utt'!' '
( last -icptcmbtr The minister tulk1 1 Nobles, "4, pioneer nsidont of, the amt'l1dmll1'I',. ''a V
ed to the "man on the street and 1 Homestead and proprietor of the : homes from ill I\.1\11"'t "I'' 1 i' 1
persons of seml-offlcl capacities i first bakery and grocery stove uotlon of StOOO T-u' "ill, '
in m effort to learn the true con- !,'heir! 1 who dud list Friday afternoon I wa9rlltlfied bv ,iclectois no.d'1 I \ I
,' dillon In Germany and the gini i at Ins home N. W. Nth of the -\.11. ill 1 I'i.ta' 'pie' as j
,j >ral! feelings toward Hitler street and 6th avenue, were held became a port oI t the i, ,, i 1.11111. t
? "I found that the German people I lit 3 oclock; Monday afternoon at I In the legis1,1111t! e, I"''l' 'I" 'I n ; I
tear war and would have none Turnei Funeral Home The Rev a bill giving, Noill'.11 "ii', ,1 '.p''
of it. and I am sure that the piesr J. E. JohnMonc pastor of the First enuition on politl< .1 I i imlttees ," ,\ COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
: tint conflict would not be I'IIlIlnll'If 1 Baptist Chuich officiated Burial I vvoikmci, .''i itv'' ,., .
the question of cngiglng In : was in Palm Cemetery. Naranja laws, abolition of tin. IJ"II I ii.,), 1(1 ;
hostilities! were placed to a popular i I A native of Jacksonville, Mr age pension I list '. ,nd air ,'ra.?.
tote, said Mr Iverson Condi- 'Nobles 1 came to Homestead in 1907 I textbook fit' '31,'ked tot I
/(. tons, at the present time, are ripe :with his wife. Mis Mn-yE. Nobles near
I District i No. ;3
for a revolt, but It will be a longtime and his son, Fred Nobles. He opened | Ion Ills widow
hence If it comes Irt' l a bakery and grocery store] and son he is survived by II sister
"There J is great possibility that'at S W. First street and Kiomei Mrs Allie Wright of Jacksonville
,4 e America will get into the present i|venue. He maintained this busi j !
tL. war. If this country docs take a 'ness for five years and then en- YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL UK
", stand against Germany, Nazism: jgiiged In the railroad tie cutting t
,,,:: will come to a speedy end." 'I|Ibwiness.I t tMr Ho employed 20 negroes f APPRECIATEDPaid

;., Iverson said Hitler hS..kept I:' whom he brought here from ,'enI I I'tial ( Politu! Advertisement) f

the people subjugated by a gospel Florid; tiny were the flr't' .. .. .. ,.. .." ..,.. ...... .. .... ..,...........! ,
of fear. The yawning doors negroes to Inc 111 H ime,tcid 1n.
.: .f the concentration camps and I[ Mr. Nobles supplied| lie s i,,, oj"' ,
other persecutions keep them "''n' construction or the Flue a.!io' V .
line" for the present, he pointed Coast Railroad from ;\;"i ui, 1.., i I Y N.A.O. A Vote For
out This fear, however, is slowly Key Wlst. The tats '\vie ,I".p' ,I
) diminishing, due, In the main, 'at n sitetluch h a i I1n"L 111'i
to a revival of religion,," he said. by the Brooker Iambi i t'' in, ','
"Hitler has been discouraging religion Several veils after t t.n tai, Ki ,
by encouraging the children. i ulroad tie lui"in<'-c I I'l' i I" i,'
to take up recreation and other grocery ston in t the' i CL 1" -. i' 1 |
activities ut times when they' He operated both 1 hu'im -r, 11" ,
FOR <,onnOHIs
should be taking tare of their religious 20 years ago ,ih n "U, c 1\\ "
; duties. Parent hive started up to engage! 111 brol.r:, Ii!, I
counteracting this move by tiled ten yeasIn, i, I
giving! children) religious instruction I Ml Noble (1..1 1 f .""" I ,! I
in the homes"

The German peoplevint freedom vmpithy ,.tint ni j; C;. ,'- ,, !I
and desire 111'I JCkprf'Hdliberty j painted rut. r
that i h enim 'd In tin .
United State,, ,,oid, Mi I 1\ eis<'" ------ -- .
It our ountr\ stet 'itt the \I...,
w" will 'hays ''I/r"at ti tint "fi ,

I RE-ELECT th ri




r of the

Wills CIRCUITCOURT a vote for yourself

9 $:;tOO Auto Tags, without loss to F

r Group 1Suhjcit .

i $10.00 Monthly( to the Aged. p

1 to May

i Primary O Growers; Control of Htrus com-



John J. Lindsey I EXPERIENCE, INTEGRITY AM INDUSTRY e Establishment of Large Agricultural -

Experiment Laboratories -
r.\\3InATE Ad rtifcemcnt)
FOR in the Redknd T strt.. I '

Judgeof I 9 E ahiislr: ont of r I rai \. ..iol I he I j

Will, I ImportantTO dov" -rnor'' Of fit i *' 't iia I i ivhe'e ,

Civil Court Waiter Fra, .r IK i ms -
C tOIEM\V .ainod a winter hm e for ?e\eia.
Record1 for SI1EI.IFF a I

+ DOWN PULL jr :\11(' wuerc fit haa thou

"Kerved you faJtManj la t.., R I :VCR 29-AC sr..I & of do".!' s LVI' fed.( r
aesusieea of the Legblatare. Ol r, ER ,
ten iw.n.y-fiT. ,ean caper'mace ue NAME: OFn I WALTER FK1-.ER v NOi .* I V71', .NO \ k I

,. r.<.UOlt la the., the making la.and. inter .. C ( OIFMAVuul LEAVE UMterer 1s i I POLITICIAN ..l'T" it.f>il, Bt&INMS \IJ j

Dfo., ft"e Primary. FLORIDA
May 7, 194 i I'I''I'
,1,: ,11'.1 Ad\trt stmci..! 'til, Jy Prlcs'ls)
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Have You forgotten? :

Have you forgotten the achievements of our County Commissioner, J. D. Redd,
during all the years of his representation( on the board of County commissioners -
? '

You Forgotten: .11

The Key Largo Road from Homestead to the Ills co-operation with building of the Homestead
- Keys Library building? .

His successful efforts in having the state take His generous donation of valuable land for the
over the, old Dixie Highway and construct the site of our new Hospital?
present highway to Miami?

His co-operation in having the county assist with
The re-construction of the present road to Royal the construction of city parks and swimming
Palm Park and over Pine Island in Everglades? pools

His successful efforts in having the state takeover His co-operation with the Redland District
the road from Royal Palm State Park to Chamber of Commerce, during his every term of
; Krome Avenue to the Tamiami Trail? (State office, with monies for the publicity and for the
Road 205.) recently completed Chamber of Commerce build

, ing?
The building of roads covering hundreds of milesin
our agricultural and horticultural sections? His successful co-operation in the constructionand
maintainence of our Dade County Hospital,
Ills untiring efforts in having landscaped the Children's Home, and Home for the Aged, and in
, grounds of our Redland District Farm Life having its location convenient to the residentsof
: School? South Dade County?

Ills cooperation with school authorities and Ills assistance with the efforts of bringing in the
school boards in the building and improving of Seaboard Railroad to the Homestead area?
: Homestead school buildings and grounds?
His present efforts together with the City of
His successful efforts in having the first fire :Miami and the Dade County Commissioners for
truck patrols for the protection of groves and the development of Virginia Key as a port and
properties, which have made a most decided improvement also a recreational center, offering splendid advantages
in the last three years? to our growers as' a nearer point for
shipping products to the East by boat and as a
His co-operation in building the Florida City nearer point for our citizen to reach the ocean
fo'armers'Iarket? for bathing etc.?

II Of course, you have not forgotten the record of this man, this friend of our

Redland District. Sometimes we all have to be reminded of the record and civic

i interests of others toward the up-building of our district. Perhaps this case

is no exception, but with these few reminders we sincerely ask your support and

vote on election day for J. D, Redd. Tell your friends about this man, and if you

will do this,, you can and will return to office the man who for years and years,

has been the truest representative of our citizenship. What would possibly

lead you to consider a change, then, in the selection of J. D. Redd for County



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Friday, Mav 3, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Nine

I Graham Would Tax Wire Service and Tracks for Aged r

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re must keep political fences repaired charged that his opponent D. C ilon 1 shall et that the Nation i equipment to ID, it t.\.rl1ltdlIII1....", ft "
State all the financial assistance and indulge in other activities to Coleman, incumbent is being sup-li gets other benefits; Hid .i I hall .nit 'oiiIng estahii.h-, I .
salble." make his and the boss' Job secure ported by criminal element in the Mr. Holt said he was irtive In'' ment of ,< public parks and PICK'- t .
Mr Overstreet mid h. Is opposed Extravagance In government and race. ,i hiving passed over the governor's I..alinn system In Dade County (ins ,
to the passage of any new corrupt politics can be avoided by Rowland again called Colcmanl''vela a bill creating the Evergladesfire I of the moot important matters fin 1
axlnc laws ar\d U firmly against civil service be said. a coward and Indulged in other control district' with a $75- the next session Is passage of. h's- .

raising Ux rates. There are too Benjamin Axleroad, candidate personalities which for the first I 000 appropriation to purchase (Continued on Tag Ten) ;
many sources of revenue now, he for judge of the civil court of rec- time In the campaign seemed to ,
During his four years as a ord, Group Two. said he has I boon I get under the skin of the Incum -- '
representative he fought against United States conciliation

unnecessary and new taxation and sioner for the past six bent.Mr.. Coleman said his record is
always was in the fore in the fightto has authority as a ... eomnUs-j I an open book "There was not oneword Circuit Court Judge
repeal tux laws, he said tt was throughout the state. In or hint of scandal about me' ,.
largely through his efforts that the ice to farmers, he said, he has
office until this
or I
state poll tax was repealed, he prevented many mortgage foreclosures my campaign GROUP 1 1
Declared started, and then my opponents
on farms and entitled $
opened up on me with both barrels -
"During of registration m\ 22 years there!ds has superVisor been farmers to Mis rehabilitate work he has themselves' ," he said "I am not goinf ti
Through become Bart. A.
lower myself to argue with Row- Riley
no stuffing or other tactics known 4aimcrs of the RedLind
land. He
Is a malicious iiIIand
that would mar a clean election," District, he said I.
I him if he .
wants to
said Carl Holmer, Jr., incumbent, I.i
who "I am in tune with the pulse beat make this personal. I
is socking ie-eliction "I believe
of humanity and I know the prob-
In honest and clean ekctions "You cannot run a man out
lems of ," declared ,John J.
I I have kept crooks from the registration man town simply because he has a bad
Lindsey, candidate for judge of
I books. I am tried and record rall: never persecute a i
I the civil of record, In
true and all my efforts are toward man who has a shady past, but I'll ,
out his for
perfection of service in my office" qualifications the office make him mind when he breaks I
"And I the
have most
Preston B. Bird candidate for essential the law. Pam running In this race
county commissioner, 5th district, requisite knowledge of the on the merits of my record, which'In '
1 told the voters he had been a resident law I offer you 25 years' exper- Itself should elect me." I 1
of Homestead sine 1922, when ience In the making and Interpretation J. T Gordon, candidate for legislature I t
ho came here with his bride threeyears of law I served Croup One, said he was
after he was mustered out i!you faithfully In two sessions of In favor of better schools and educational -

of the armjr He said he saw what the legislature and my record and facilities, certain, adequate
war was while serving In France I accomplishments." are above reproach pay for teachers, and fireproof I

"We must stay out of the presentwar buildings
and it Is up to the people to William J. Pruitt, candidate for Mr. Gordon said he Is well qualified -
tee that we stay out," he said "I state; senator, said he has studied, for the post he seeks He said 1
suggest that there be a petition at the needs of Dade County and will he has attended the past five es- ,
each voting place, protecting our work to see that they are taken skins of the Florida legislature and tf
I entry into the war, for the voters care of. "The people will be help at one time was reading clerk in ti f
to sign These petitions would be ed more by my program than the Georgia senate An opponent I i
I mailed to the President" by those of my opponents, but 1 Inter pointed out that Mr. Gordon, ,

Mr. Bird pointed to tia clean i' do not indulge in 'mud slingIng attendance at the Florida legislature I promise: the voters of South Dade i
record and achievements as mayor because! I believe it hurts the was in the capacity of lobbyist -:
of Homestead six yean ago He 'linger most. Too, It poisons the not of legislator. Count, that if I am elected to office, I
said he has worked hard for and 'minds of children who come to Ceo E. Unit, candidate tor re-1 I I will cast no discredit on same, but will ,

I attained adequate tire control and these rallies." election as state representative' in emulate Judge 1.. W. Bethel, II. Pierre
that the present county fire fightIng Dim Chappcll an opponent of Group One said When I went I .
I equipment was scouted partlyas Mr. Piuitt said "People in glasshouses the legislature for the first tune' Branning and II. F. Atkinson, under ,
a result of his ctfoiU arc afraid to throw rocks I found that you Subtropical Experiment horn I studied law.
The candidate said he will maintain 1 I don't believe in slinging mud but Station was being neglected ;

an office In Homestead, if 1[ do believe In slinging truths," he and I immediately started (Paid. Phtic.ild 1 lv )1t I
elected, and will be in it at regular said "I believe Mr. Pruitt is work which resulted in tin sta)
1 advertised dates to hear the prob- afraid to hurl charges because they tion'n getting a doubled jppropru-

lems and wants of the people of might back-fae --- --_.- .
this district. ". believe ;you should elect me
I J. D. Redd, who is seeking reelection senator because I have experience
as commissioner, said he It takes time to educate a man to
has been In this area lime 1910 make laws; the session 1 is almost
He pointed out that he participatedin over before he can get a complete 1 B FO.R PATY
n program which resulted in the knowledge of what is going on E
building of 330 miles of roads in When was in the house passed
this district and that last year, major legislation and do it I
alone, $42,000 was spent on these! again. Everything I did was fat the
roads He said he agreed with his benefit of the people and I hall He Is Forging Ahead In The Race

opponent concerning nun-entry of continue, if elected, to give the
the country into war people the best"

Morris McElya, candidate for John P. Rowland, candidate for FOR GOVERNOR ''I'IB 'II
legislature Group Two said he U sheriff, said he has had 15 yearn
In favor of inaugurating civil service experience as a law enforcement
for state employees and officials officer and served as chief of police I<

"We'll never have good government of MiamI. He never, he aid, F. Paty's sensible program/ hid determination -
as long as state officersare had an alliance with law viola
compelled to employ political tors.Mr. to gibe Florida a clean and detent government -
supporters," he said 'A state Rowland denied emphatically I,
employee can't be of good service rumors that he intends to with- is winning new thousands to his cause
when he is fearful of his Job He draw from the sheriffs race He
t e>erj daj.II. '.
l I.
a .

I F Paty WM beat Bell Buckle, Trnnnuire 48 tears a,o, Tile non of an

INDJFENDFNT lurST.: During the World war he served a* an offlir in the

I Artillery He Is nurri.w And has three ihildren B F. Pat) l 1ft a member. of tin Iftho- ;

did Chunk, the American Legion, the Elks, the Masons and various least aw* ...illons.His .
I home fc In West Palm Beach

I nommommoomw i

..., sc. PER.4.40,
Paty Makes No False or ;:--- I

Opening Saturday-May Economy Festivala ; fats Stand "or:

bargain carnival that will\\ set the town agog I Extravagant Promises No Sales ;'.s ''I'
No Additions fasts
Price-tafd that will amaze you Values that Definite Old.Are 1'. islon FundsAll I

seem almost beyond belief! Florida Is Talking ei,0prrr"Fnislh itn," "ts '

State Civil ferric !

Thousands of Sensational Offerings! Mite Months of school (
Public tllitlrs Rriiilal' 1I t
Paty for Governor A R< ,**stllon ProsranbUto

Plan now to be here at the opening don't A 'I.rrtinlni Bunt I
Aa Ad q>. r Road Prof rmEverilM I
miss a single item in this all-time sale of sales. : National Park )/

A lair Ural fc LsboCarbine
IIe The Candidate of !
Remember Sears New s rower. o rftvcianrRnlm
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most honorable, and it is the duty, I II' best service. declared W H. Bur- Judicial experience if three years"just seeking I the post which 1
believe that
diversity am well
broadened by II qualified
\ TAX RACE for Judge of the that has been toy
those \well, candidate
of the people to elect only
I fill My three I
of cases I i m not running opponents art fine,
I'judges who have the keenest sense|circuit court Group One 1 I gentlemen"
man- am
\WIRE SERVICE TO I of responsibility in interpreting "The court Is for the protectionf agiiinst any particular ti
the laws, he said your constitutional rights --
Judge Heodry sold practicallyevery only men of high calibre should
AID STATE AGED bench," Mr. Burwell
Iwayer who has practiced in occupy the
his court J5i.greed with him in laid, "I shall give you impartialityind I
his decisions 1 I fairness to the best of my ELECT I

(Continued From Page Nine) Tom Kelly candidate for tax I ibility
isl.dron, to give the aged greater Judge Ross Williams, l.mdldatc'i i
collector, raid he will have a I
B stance' he said Homestead employee in his office I for judge of the circuit .ml, I FRANK E. BRYANT
W. B. Caves, Sr., candidate for,|Ilf he li elected.I I Group One said: "I can I"t.'I

Justice of the peace, said he came Collection of illegal licenses .......,.............'...0.........
to Homestead In 1907 and has a tiles will stop if I'm elected," Mr. CIRCUIT JUDGE
vide acquaintance In the district|I Kelly said "I will run the office RE-ELECT I
which l he desires to serve. He said i
on an economy basis The people 1
he. I lifted believes for the himself office to be well will get good service I know the Group Three i
tax problems of the county and I 'George E. HoltREPRESENTATIVE :I
did 1 L. Kendrick who seeks re- will discharge my duties to the -
il)If I lion as justice of the peace I benefit of all. !
":1he 1 has held the post for ten I William H Sykes candidate for ,.- --.- ..
i I II' und eight years of this time'constable promised that if he is
1 ad. i lived in Homestead. He sold {selected, he will donate one half 01I I 'I His Only; Campaign Promise Isa
J inaugurated l night court for I his I first year's fee, to the Pit.nut | rox
tie' convenience of workers who,1,Teachers] Association.chuI I I band- ." Fair Honest and Courageous E
?"lIld 1 1 not. afford to lose a day's ,I, and safety patrols III the nl'tlll t t ti j ,
\\1 k. which he lie said,
i serves he qualified -
Thomas 0 Everhart, candidate for the post by r<',Ion or 111'I Administration of Justice
fo state representative, Croup fourteen ;years experience a is 01 1m
7ald he ii a land owner of enforcement officer Hi "ud In Y (
.So ith Dade land will do aU in his has been told tint the office'' I (Paid by a Friend) t
power to help the growers In their doesn't pay much. 1 can donate lone |
IJI blemiIf I half of my first vein', fees !Ito a I Ii. Ir
I am elected I will preparein those organizations and till
..ilumce a program for my pro have enough to live on:' he aid I
cedure In the legislature I shall L. H. (Herman) \ lker. also .i

give this program careful consideration -I candidate or constable, said hi will ,
; I shall compile It from maintain his office m Homestead ; Roscoe Brurfstetter
p"I>nal Investigation Into the if he is elected to the post. He *aid '
pi"bit.mi and needs<< of the county he believes he would make a good
.,nd I officer I'I'I
through interviews with as i..
ir. ny persons as I cnn contact. I ; Constable Joe Scurbor ugh, teck J Candidate for
vim] fir adequate support for the |ling re-election, said he 11 m >f- 4 i
l hauls 1 and a good program for I ificial of an organization, composed CIRCUIT COURT
"''nit the aged of the state" I j I tot state justices of the peace and ,

fI II' affairs of the state should I'(constable which ilf sti icing tc Group 1
1' ,. ,I place the lower courts, on a higher' :
I III by business men. declared j x
level, Ha said he his held the
H M I Jackson. candidate for rep-I! :
,pl1tIIIGl'OUp Two. Most ,constable post for acs en years andhas Publicly pledged to
performed his duties f. I i Group; One l. of financial .
ulhfulh standing
,"I Ifidiils of cities and town of,l I -See that nil I> I J I who land efficiently Mr Scarborough i equal access to this Court to enforce their rights and secure
i have been
a success'
,; .\I h"Ii';; administration were busi- I(said he is a World War i \l tl'I.1I1 He Has "rrpd'ou Jiiklirt
He said Lllnilnatr legal technicalities and simplify court procedure.
he served throughout the
.lIwn before* they took office," i i"d. l,I I laitlilullv andf\ ,
Redui' ourt'oL' and rxpennesKipedili ,
vvnr in the nosy and crossed I theAtlantic
"My four opponents 'noIK ,. I -- settlements I mil trial I of caiesIvin
ocean 21 t '
t ; they would bet > qu ili- ,i i voter should! : HI true impartiality In the wise and humane admlnlstritioi j
I vieseach i "in-
"i than the businessmanvho 1 01 justice
iI.1 diditc ruefully nnn n".n select I (p"lI 1'.01,1, ,. ,,: \ I j
} discharge his duties In ,
I I' 'I I Advertisement)
o ?''l' common-mnM manner. I nin i| the man \lit 1 t, I 11; tIII1, *' ,'.111 be nf; ................'....'...........' '
',mesiman and can give you

.'" ::11 nest-like led' at the present service Itll.s:::: most I' t JUDGE

I iii rlbing Mr Rowland as a10hetic

any i cop,"representation Fred Pine, candidate 01'a :, w. B. Caves Sr. Worth 'W. Trammell!

: gliluture, Croup Two, said ,
I. an not understand why the I Candidate forIlenomination
dd.lle I, for sheriff should mike I
"1"a target for lies "Rowland isi
Candidate for
v 1'1'i linking my name with tint I
f l' ,)lemon when he makes pub- Succeed Himself
)Itn'lIe: I'm certainly not m- I
0, "''iing' with his 111 not t As
uril ; I II
it with him I make il JUSTICEOF

,,,nil any time he likes" I II CIRCUIT JUDGE

I b, vng I Rcnno candidate for state 1

I' l csenUitlve, Croup Two who! THE PEACE Group 3
I"fitted, out he has been n resident !

,,f Dide county since 1D21 said f lIe Will Appreciate
)'.' h m favor of the '
establishment i I Your Support
I I .m "poor man's court.. where : Y
1'", needy can get justice without -' DISTRICT 4, DADE COUNTY .3.,, (Paid Political Adv.)

cost Also he said, he is In''
f.sor, of better schools and ceit.imi

t more pay for teachers I Subject to Democratic Primary, May 7
lied,atribution of the gas tax.' Thinking People Realize
In, cease of old-age pensions, and
mtennnce of the present commiwoncrs -

the promises' districts made by were Marshall among C.I' Your Vote and Support It's Time to Change

ttneheurt, candidate, for lellida- '
turn, Group Two. Will Be Appreciated
MrYlsrheurt said) he owns a
ton"" -.ure grove and 160 acres of Dade Is SwingingHARElEiirSHFWF

"II,,ipro\ed hand in the Rcdlandli ( Paid Poltical Advertisement)_
ti-'>'t and therefore l is f.lmhII",
faith I tl'e problems confronting\
i.n...1\,.n of this area. !
.11 I Norman ','n
  • ,i I 0\ re-, '.eIn, ,h ll1d IK,' 'f
    1,1, ""1111 ?f u'10"1." I its IJ I Ir $ ELECT I 1
    'l1d, intiritv I' "i \ ,f<
    ,\ I ,, -I "II good judge 11111" I I"I
    T' arise ot judge ii "III lethe ". i io
    'dc s,i. i and one mt the I Kelly

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    . Friday, May 3, 1940 THE LEADEU. ENTERPRt E Page Eleven ?w

    ,j j j'I I Mrs John Bonano has joined the MEETING POSTPONEDThe i|a week on account of election day ,
    navy and Is now stationed at Nor-I the Rev J J Richards president r'
    folk, Va.Frank. monthly meeting of the of the association, announce*. I
    and Redland District Ministerial j Association r
    In JlroundHomestead
    which was to have been. I :
    'I Costa left Monday for At- :
    lantic City. held Tuesday has been postponed 1 Want Adtlay-'fry: Them i

    I :
    I Mr and Mrs John H. Goss and I ;
    I son Pal returned Thursday from
    Immokalee Fla I r
    Mr. and Mn A. W Hutchinson and Mrs T. O Kelly, has returnedto Mr. and Mrs David Snow will I
    have as guests for a few days Mr. her home in Fort Myers leave Saturday for their summer

    and Mrs. Buhl Walbridge who '.......".."...."."....'',....".........''"'....-."........ home in Branford Conn. ,
    have spent the winter in Miami Used Cars
    and will leave loon for their homein FLORIDA CITYBy Mr. and Mrs Joe Kuppertz left I
    Detroit. Mrs. W. W. Severy Wednesday for their St. Louts:
    "...".".,...F."........:,'....:......:"........,.....,"',..,.,.. home Mean Guaranteed Used Cars ,

    Mr and Mrs. T. E. Kirby will Mrs Edith Putman, Mrs. J, ) w
    have as guests today Mrs. Kirbys Fisher Mrs W. Miller and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. E W. Scvery and l
    listers, Mrs. J. P. Hendly and Miss Flagg of Now Haven Conn., spent daughter Joan, of Miami were 1938 CIIEYROI.ET DELUXE t-DOOR TRUNK ED.\S-Radlo.
    Susie Balls and her cousin Mrs the week-end in Florida City and Sunday visitors here.
    Roy Morgan all of Miami. visited Royal Palm Lodge. Theyare I' 1937 CIIEMtOIET DELUXE DOOR SDV:
    and Mrs Rohrer nnd
    spending this week in Key Mr. Harvey
    children of Cope Sable are
    Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of I ing relatives here for a few ViSit-I> ., 1937 FORD 60 TUDOR TRUNK SUUS-R"dio.
    Naranja are announcing the birthof
    a seven and half Mr. Brent Allshelcr of Louisville
    a pound daugh .
    Mrs Anna Boer and Walter Fred
    ter. Nancy Claire In the Post Is visiting at the Faircloth home left this week for North Haven I 1936 TLRR\rt.\NE (COIPE
    Graduate hospital on April 28 I while compiling data on the natural -
    history of Florida.
    193:1: FORD SID\N.
    Henry McMurrla, who has been J
    spending the winter at the homeof Mr and Mrs Hugh P Bemis and Vote forGeo.E.McCaskill .
    Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burton, left Fred Parlor I left Monday for West 1931: ('llk>'ROI ET Tl'DOR.
    for his home on Columbus, Ga., Charleston, Vt.
    Mr and Mrs. Vincenzo Tabone 1935: I'I.\'MOl'Til ('Ol'PE.

    Dukes West who is employed atCartersville. and their daughters left Tuesday
    Ga., spent the weekend for Auburn, N. Y. i
    .with his parents Mr. and Mrs
    G A. West. Wayne Whitehurst of Newburg rr Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest ;
    N Y, was a business visitor here
    Mrs Laura Davis has returnedto this week Chevrolet Dealer on lorldj East ('oa.stllomeilrad ,

    her home In Locsbuig after Florida Telephone 98 ,
    spending the winter with her son :Mr and Mrs. Bonnie West 1 left
    (n-luw and daughter Mr. and Mrs., Monday for Humbolt Tenn, aim, T
    A. D. Smith. a five-month stay at the DinpnrtmerU \"i' {
    Mrs. H Pierre McDnnlcl and
    son Pierre spent Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs, Fred Darker and I Robert J. Boone
    friends at Miami Beach son Charles moved this week nit.,
    the Hobart Brocket cottage i It'- 1
    Mr md Mis Charles Jeffers ofWavtross eerily! vacated by Edw. DIII'II"lo-l Circuit Judge! 1

    Ga are visiting Mrs. mew.
    Jeffprs brother and alster-ln-law, i ,r for
    Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 5;, Lee Mr. and Mn L. C Lutt returned Sun(1 i 1\
    Mrs Lee hud a v guests on Sunda, from the Kendall hospital" wll, I.r i I. ILIE; \M: ( 310N IMFCOUNTIES
    Mr. and Mis M L. Meyers ol r she recently underwent u m 'non I'
    Miami Beach and their children,, operation. i : FLA.
    Gloria and Bert -_ p,a I r.Roir OIK
    Mrs It M. Defiler and MIr -
    lLMOIt\1K: l'IUl1R: \'
    Mr. and MI''. Jos L Hickson olNarunja r Blanche Chapman attended tin' ForJUDGE
    M\l. 1910
    left Wednesday to visit I round-table meeting of the Southeast 9
    their daughter. Miss Dorothy Hick- Florida Postmaster Assort andlilitv :
    son in Fort Myers for a week lion Friday evening in Miimi Courtesy ; ,
    I Kr-iKitfullt A.k'our \ >f< ,
    of the
    Mr and Mrs. H A Wilkinson. Miss Emma Gardner of Miami I I \ I I'd. ,,' H ,I
    Jr.. Mrs. H A Wilkinson, Sr., and I is a guest at the home of Mi and 11"I
    II A. Wilkinson III. of 'Dawson, Mrs J, II Simmons. CIRCUIT COURT I
    Ca, are visiting Mrs. Guisle l
    Joiner Mrs H A. Wilkinson Sr.,, The Ladies' Aid Society of the Group :1

    .will remain a month but the others I Community Church held its May to Succeed Marshall C.
    will return this week. meeting Wednesday at the parson-
    age. Mrs. C G Nelson was hostess I Judge Trammcll
    Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs attended (Paid PoIII,1! Ads t
    the convention banquet ol f Leo Ren/etti left Monday fin WISEHEARTCandidate
    the state Jewelers' association at: Boston, Mass
    the Columbus Hotel an the guests
    of Mr. and Mrs H F Underwood, Mis Salma Mattson of ('.it-I i .
    Keep Him the Job
    Mr Underwood is president of the Sable spent the week-end visiting i on
    association. I her son-in-law and daughter M A A"tr for
    and Mrs Johnny Ueckei t '
    Mrs J. F. Gaffe i', who has been I LEGISLATUREiKOUI;
    visiting her unit and undr Mr Sandy Bonnno, son of Mi IIHI


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    CONSTABLE4th Judge ( for by Friends)

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    Civil Courtof EDWARD STILING

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    , of this office Judge llendrrhu
    won the respect, confidence Estate General Insurance
    Primary of May 7 and admiration of all

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    VOTE FOR JUDGE IIEVDRY Cor. Palm Jve.. and A\'e. H iorida City Fla. I
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    Pair Twelve THE LEADEREXTERPP.ISESocial May 3, 1940

    I I .u Events in South Dade . I.I I.

    STAKE .......".............".............................................
    The Calendar

    -- May S-H. H. S. junior piay -
    The marriage of Miss Mary Tor- onet of orange blossoms and she "Jonsey." Mrs. B. M. Hindman and Mrs prize; and Mrs A. A. Payne the
    clue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jot carried a shower bouquet of gardenias May 3- Meeting of Episcopal A. M. Logan gave a May day third prize
    Tordse of Florida City and An- Auxiliary.
    Small artificial
    luncheon and bridge at the home plants
    thony Gucclnrdo, son of Mr. and The maid of honor wore an aqua May ( Meeting of Woman's served at place cards and favors
    Mn Thomas Gucciardo of Tampa Club of Homestead of Mrs. Hindman Wednesday in
    chiffon dress made with full skirt Guests present were: Mrs Given
    was solemnized Sunday afternoon and small bolero jacket She worea May Meeting of Garden Club honor of Mri. Robert Wingfield of Victor, Mrs Gordon E. Dill Mrs
    at i o'clock in the Sacred Heart hat made of varied-colored with Mrs E. J. Norman, Jr. DeLand, Mrs. G Draper and Mrs H. Pierre McDaniel, Mrs. J, R
    IdiiiCh, CloonAn performed the asters and roses. man's Club of Homestead. D. C., and Mrs II. A. Wilkinson Howard Johnson, Mrs Frank
    ,rtvmony before an embankment The flower girl wore a short' May Meeting of Home Beautification of Dawson, Ga. Mrs Wingfield is Webb Mrs Bcvo Webb, Mrs.
    "f Raster lilies and palms. Only dress of white net and lace anda group In agriculture visiting her sister Mrs. Geo. M. Julian H. Webster Mrs Lee H.
    n'I.It I is and clove friend wit small hat made like that of the rooms of high school Frick. Mrs. Draper and Mrs. Lehman Mrs W. E. Rheney Mrs.
    n' vet( the ceremony' maid of honor. The basket from May 6-Meeting of B. F. W. C. Thompson are visiting Mrs Geo.N. Virginia Hooks. Mrs. Frank Haus-
    (lefiin the ceremony Mrs. Wm. which she scattered rose petalswas at 8 p. m. In new Chamber of Wakcfield and Mrs. Wilkinson,,I man Mrs. Paul Reynolds Mrs.
    Mu .mil white sang "Oh Promise made of ribbon fashioned to Commerce building whose husband Is a former class- Geo. D. Ruehle Mrs. C H. Stef.fanl .
    M I" accompaniment played by represent nn opening rose May 8-All-day quilting partyof mate of Dr. Logan is visiting Mrs. Mrs. T. B. Grantham, Mrs
    Mr Uury Pope| and Mis Pope Immediately after the ceremony Redland Ladies' Aid at homeof Gussie Joiner. I A. W. Hutchinson, Mis E: J. Djal
    pi:,verl the traditional weddingm.irrh a reception was held in the Tor- Mrs. F W. Stillman i Gifts of linen luncheon cloths Mrs A. F. Arthur Mrs. Fntk Mis
    '., else restaurant In Florida City May University Club tea were presented to the honor guesU I Wakefield, Mrs. Parman, Mrs
    The bride was given In marriage Among the out-of-town guests From 4 to 6 o'clock at home of Mrs C. J. Parman was high Henry Johnson, Mrs. Payne Mrs
    by her father. Miss Grace at the wedding "were the parentsof Mrs. A A. Payne. score prize winner In bridge; Mrs. I Wingfield, Mrs. Draper, Mrs.
    Toiciie was her sisters only at- the bridegroom I May t Driskill Wolfe recital Henry Johnson got the second I Thompson and Mrs Wilkinson.
    trndunt and Jack Apolito of When they return from their' under sponsorship of Homestead
    Tampa' was best man Mary Lou wedding trip to New York City : P T A.May .
    Muxsrinvhite was the flower gill Mr. and Mn Guccinrdo will occupy i-Meeting of Presbyterian Barnes Mr. and Mrs
    and Stcvle Torclse brother of the an apartment in the Torclse Auxiliary at home of Mrs C. Ben MIV 10 O. N. Elliott Mr. and Mrs Fritz
    bride. was ring bearer restaurant building Plummer on Plummer drive The Choral Club of the Monday; Fuchs, Mrs. W. H. Kilburn, Mrs
    The I bride wore a long trained! Mrs Gucciardo has spent most May 10-Concert of Choral ClubIn I Music Club will present a concert Shell Horton Mrs. Annie Couch,
    white satin gown mado QueenMal" of her life In Florida City and she Neva King Cooper school auditorium ,- ,' next Friday evening In observanceof Mrs M. M. Blggers, Miss Letitla
    tyle with long pointed Is a graduate of Homestead High ; at ( p. m. Music Week, May 6 to May II.I and Lula Mae Campbell Miss
    ilia fl'Qf1thl' high !' extend-j Mr. Gucclardo a former resident Music Club at home of Mrs. J. R Cooper auditorium. No admission Marie McClung Ben Biggers C. R.
    lung Lice veil, hung from of Tampa, Is a produce buyer. Rutland charge will be made Biggers and Willard Barnes Mrs
    May 17-Redland High School's The Monday Music Club will J. L. Burton and Mrs Lonnie L

    STEAK FRY GlEN UNIVERSITY CLUB TO HONOR unlor-senior banquet In Colum- meet May 13 at the home of Mrs.J. Hood sent gifts
    AT PARMVV: : HOMEMi SENIOR GIRLS WEDNESDAYThe ,bus Hotel In Miami. R. Rml.ind Mrs Frank Webb
    May Homestead P. T. A. will be joint hostess All member MRS. BE\O WEBB HOSTESS
    sod !Mrs C .I Purmnn Mr University Club at a called TO
    1 I Installation meeting at 8 p. m who will be unable to attendare JUNIOR MUSIC; CLUB
    and Mi W n Bird and Mr and
    1 Mi W M Fifield entertained with meeting Monday afternoon at the May 22-Meeting of Lily Bow asked to notify one of the Mrs Bevo Webb new sponsorof
    home of Mrs BM. Hindman look Review Club In library at hostesses. the Stephen Foster Junior
    i i icicle! f:'\ at the Tirman. home Music
    ""II North Krome Avenue Wed- made final plans for the tea to 8p.m. Club hostess
    24 :MRS DIGGERS SURPRISED was at a meeting
    I May Homestead High
    / msct.n evening.About be given in honor of the senior School's Junior-senior banquet. ON BIRTHDAY ANNHERSARYMrs held April 23 at her home.

    t eighty guests attended. girls of Homestead and Redland ", May 25-Poppy Day sponsoredby I B. R. Diggers was honored The program consisted of a
    high schools next Wednesday aft- ; American Legion Auxiliary with a surprise party on her birth- song story by Ruth Rutland, a
    (I !MRS RANK SKIII HONORED ernoon from 4 to 8 o'clock at the May 27- Meeting of Junior day anniversary Wednesday nightat piano solo by Marion Andersonand
    11V RAIN OR SHINE CLUB home of Mn A. A. Payne Music Club at home of Mrs Carl her home. s clarinet solo by Jack Mc-
    Mr Carl Deden entertained the The group also talked of the ,Anderson. Various games were played Michael
    flm, ,n Shine Club it s luncheon scholarship to be given to a local May 27-Meeting of Jennie Lob- ',during the evening and a large The next meeting will be held
    parts it the Green Lantern res- girl dell Circle. birthday cake decorated with yel at the home of Mrs Carl Anderson -
    tiuiunt on April 25 In honor of May 31 Meeting of Redland I low and white was served with on May 27 Mrs J. D. Redd
    tin birthday anniversary of Mrs KAPPA PHI DELTA SORORITYTO Home Demonstration Club. ice cream president of the Monday Music
    Fi n k Skill. A handkerchief SPONSOR DANCE JUNE I June Graduation exercise' of Guest present were Mi and I Club will be Joint hostess
    I I'' liter the luncheon, the members Homestead Country Club will be June Commencement danci-i
    !1"111 the afternoon sewing at the sponsored by Kappa Phi Delta Sorority in Homestead Country Club sponsored !, ,
    mgr 'if Mi<. DedeiiMIS on June 4 after the graduation by Kappa Phi Della Snimity -
    inn laid for Mrs. Fred extmscs of Homestead High --- ,
    II-11 Mis Frank B Rue Mrs I School. This decision" was midi June Graduation exorcise, III I ; .
    I II. I I. M Hi kit')'. Mrs. U by tin sorority at a meeting held Redland High School.
    I I' ," ..I Mrs Lee II Monday tuning at the home of
    i ,n II Webster \ PII'IT'M"'I Miss Claudia Conner. fire station on election div. 1\1.1\ 7
    B''", n,., Mn. Parman The members decided also, to Next Wednesday the sorority
    ", I Mis" Drden hold a candy stile in front of the will have a party at thr ullu
    .... skating rink in South Miami THE DIXIE DRUG
    ;:::::::::; -;:--- .1 Members present were 111"! "is.

    /1- Ions W.in. Mess Nina Dv'.il. :M 'I JUK rOIK:-IIO\\ARD JOHNSON ,
    Mary Grace English Miss locus: Phones 10 and 9101-Homestead, Fla.
    Songs You Like to Hear June Meybom Miss Wi\i H-n-., I
    ton Miss Betty Brown. 11s., lieu, Join the thrifts shoppers' w ho know host to stretch their" budgeton
    1 : barn Done mid Mrs" Conner! drug store nerds' follow lie news at sour Recall Dm
    1 Store Hero the latest chopping nl'"," Good nests fur 'on'

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    Jane Butler .........."............Accompanist hair after It has been olives o COMBINATION
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    School Auditorium, May 9 at all Him*. Wa recommend Bandage and lips In on. rail I 1"A 10 yd.Mme' .
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    Friday, May 3, 1940--- THE LEADEE-ENTERPRISE': ___ Pace_Thirteen

    1 I crests bearing their Insignia are high school weekly asiemhNpi
    Redland Girl Scouts the girls deserving: them 'nod.
    BY KATHLEEN WAGNER I larded I of their unlf\,1'N.1 Caroline G Is .
    ffncy returnluc to
    I r Social Events II I .....","',"',..........,"'....._,.......,-,",..... 'The glib will" receive many proficiency -, her home in the North thisvt.k: .

    Troop 38 held its r'lIularl'eek budges. at the awards and Gloria Woodruff was welcomed !-
    ly meeting in the art room last(court Monday I II as a new member.
    Tuesday afteinoon Miss Small, I Miss Small appointed Melba Col- The meeting concluded with refreshments -
    I: leader presided, in Chairman lins attendance TOTrman, and' and Mrs. Harvey G08'I
    MR AND MRS. WAKIFIFLD:: emergency canned meal Thelma John's place since so Teenie Torbert, program chairman'II' nun our troop committee chairman -
    ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CUB Other members of the club who mach pending work must be accomplished with Marie Rogers!! Rosemary Burk was a welcome Yisitor
    Mr, and Mrs. Ceo N. Wake- won prizes were: Mrs E A Carter before the group will and Klouice: Robinson, assislint I II The parent who transport girl
    field entertained the members ol for citrus products Mrs D. M. be ready to attend the court of Last Friday morning the Girl I to Miami are Invited to attend the
    the) Thursday Night Bridge Club Brannan for home grown vegetables awards to be held for all Dade I Scouts staged the program the I II award court
    County Girl Scouts at Miami Edison :
    and Mrs. H. J. Armstrongfor I
    with a ham fry at their home on
    coconut frond articles High School on Monday May
    April 23 The supper was
    fl, at a m I
    In the fireplace at the Wakefield Mrs. R. E. Wittenwylcr of the p.
    outdoor living room Homestead club received four Nine girls have new uniforms
    Mrs T. J Faust and Bevo Webb awards second for home earnings and others will obtain them in time I To The Voters
    won the high score prizes in bridge report, and third for straw mat for this ceremonious occasion.
    and Mrs. G. Draper and Geo M purse, canned meat and fancy Four girls from each troop carry 1
    the colors Redland elected Rosemary
    Frick won the high score prizes rolls.
    for guests. Mrs Russell Hams Mrs Fred Hcnnington Kathleen Wug-I
    The guests present were: Mr Suber and Mrs A. D. Smith ench ncr as flag bearers and Rosemary
    and Mrs. Frick, Mrs. Robert Wing- received two awards. Mri Hams Burk and Marie Roger as color Because of my duties as constable, which

    field Mrs. M. P. Thompson and got first honors on a cord belt, and guards. II require my answering calls that pour in
    A band bearing Redland alI
    third rolls Mrs. Suber\ secondon
    :Mrs Draper. on ; I
    Members present were: Mr. and marigolds and third on mixed I troop insignia the purple pans. day and night it Is impossible for me to con-
    Mrs Julian H. Webster Mr. and flowers: and Mrs. Smith secondon troop erect and the three patrol tact each and every one of >ou. ,
    Mrs. Lee H Lehman Mr. and Mrs a sack article and a hat I
    W. R. Bird, Mr and Mrs. Bevo Therefore, I am taking this method of

    Webb, Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Rhenev. MRS. \B\\ BISHOP I Dr. R. J. Elliott asking each and every one of you to please .
    Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr and HONORED AT SHOWER
    remember in
    me by casting jouroic my "
    Mrs. Faust and Mr. and Mrs
    Mrs Laban K. Bishop Jr., was CHIROPRACTOR
    favor on May 7.
    Wakefield. honored with a miscellaneous I I
    L Horn RMf. Homestead
    shower given at the home of Mrs I
    LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS Lloyd Whitt by Mrs. A. L. Lanier -
    POPPY DAY FOR MAY 25 and Mrs. James Roberts. Beano !

    Plans for Poppy Day to be held and Mrs. James Roberts last Fri- BENJAMINAXLEROAD Joe Scarborough r..
    In Homestead on May 29 were day afternoon. Beano was played
    discussed at a meeting of the during the afternoon.
    Legion Auxiliary Wednesday Favors of blue baby shoes filled
    night In Legion hall. with candy were given Grape ice (Paid Political Advertisement) .
    After the meeting of the Legion and cookies were served
    Auxiliary and the Legion, which Others present were: Mrs F. D.
    was In session also, refreshments Mock, Mrs. Earl Cravey Mrs. A.
    were served E. Smith Mrs. C. H. Denby, Mrs.
    Those present at the auxiliary W. B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. R. M.
    meeting were: Mrs. E. J. Norman, Walker Mrs Mollie Thomas Mrs SrCandidate NORRIS
    Jr., Mrs Geo. W. Turner Jr., Mrs.J. Henry Olsen Mrs Virgil Grenncll
    W. English Mrs. Wm. J. Ger- Jr., Mrs. Wayne Adams Mrs
    onlmo, Mrs. Jesse Gossman, Mrs. Harry Brown, Jr., Mrs Geo. Gann,
    Harold Sheffield and Miss Ruth Mrs. L. K. Bishop Sr.. Mrs. Herman McELYA
    Fox. Thomas Mrs. A. D Smith,
    Mrs. H. J. Davis, Mrs. Orlando
    MRS E. E. BAILEY ENTERTAINSFOR Wollam. Mrs. Howard Johnson,,
    MRS. C. L. SIMMONS: Mrs. Harry Cooper, Mrs. Harry for
    Mrs. E. E. Bailey entertainedwith Beaty and Mrs M. P. Wollam Chi! Lower J
    a miscellaneous shower in Those sending gifts were: Mrs JUDGECIVIL Dry"h,47Cleaning
    honor of Mrs C. L. Simmons at H Schauberger, Mrs Floy Watson Service is
    her home recently. Contests and Mrs Dexter Home, Mrs S I
    games provided entertainment. L. West Mrs S H. Fitch Mrs. I COURTOF For
    Punch and cake were served Bert Andrews, Mrs. Russell ] and
    Those attending were: Mrs. U Home Mrs. A. E. Campbell Mrs StateEmploy y
    A. Jones, Mrs. W W. Hastings, Clarence Hunt, Mrs. Frank Rue RECORD Laundry
    Mrs. G. M. Hodge, Mrs. D. S. Conner and Mrs M. A. Murphy.
    Mrs W N. Townsend Jr.. Mrs. AD ASTRA MIKES PLANS GROUP 2 ees Prices
    J. U Simmons Mrs W. N. Townsend DAY
    Mrs D. K. Retch Mrs. C. J.
    of the O. E. Swill Equal Justice to All
    Caves, Mrs. Earl Thompson, Mrs. Ad Astra Chapter Curb Governor's Power to remove
    7. elec-
    have a tag day May
    Edw. Hobson, Mrs. R. R. Kinard,
    Mrs Simomns and Mrs Dailey. tion day in Homestead. The Will Serve lou Faithfully and Officers Elected or Nominated by
    amount cleared will be used to nil Appreciate lour Support
    LOCAL CLUB BRINGSBCK help furnish a room In the municipal the People
    hospital now under construction ((1"11,1! Politico J\chl'l'IH'ml'nt'
    I I
    Dade Countys AchievementDay KLIXT: NORRIS :Me ELY.\
    Home DemonstrationClubs ,
    for i"um'oum n nuu''
    held in the Miami Odd Fel- I
    I t low's hall on April 25 homestead PUBLIC NOTICEI RepresentativeGroup
    club members received ten awards
    and Redland club members, seven
    awards. will donate for charity one-half of my One

    The Redland club received first fist j ear's fees to the 1' T. :\:\ lSt'hoollSul\''>'

    prize for its identification tugs patrols and "school, bands in (the district from _. -J'

    .and tunt.second prize for its club I Terrine to Florida City, inilu>i\c, alter I '-

    Two Redl nd club members won am elected your constable. TI
    first prizes-Mrs. Seymour Dane
    Botherhnm for citrus fruits for jelly.and!Airs.Mrs.Rothcr-J A. I William H. Sykes J. F. "Fritz" GordonCandidate ,I

    ham got second prize for n pie (Plid Panic ,I \lil'' r', i ,
    and Mrs Dime third pi'I/P for i nn ._ .

    Come in and ask-we knowthe answers! for

    -thanks to the NEW, authentic nv. .
    r 0


    "What is the moat popular color for a small cottage? Should the trim _
    color be lighter or darker? How about the sashes, shutters and doors? r 1

    Now we can give you the right answers-wrt just opinions or guessed! For the
    COUNCIL FOR PAINT STYLING (National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer
    Association) has just published a national survey of new and newly decorated POI,( Subject to Democratic
    what ityle-minded people consider smart in color
    homes. You can ICe exactly Prlm rr.

    combination In addition a series of large charts of the most popular !May 7

    color combinations enables you to picture just how your
    job will look when it is finished.

    C Before you do any paint in(?exterior or Interior.ta1cead.
    vantage of this COLOR STYLING SERVICE. It's fteel .\ Friend and Neighbor .

    to the Redland

    Brooker Lumber Co. District All the Time-Not Just in Election Year I II

    Homestead, Fla. Phone 62 I (Paid by Friends)


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    : I

    Pace Fourteen THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday May 3, 1940

    that part of the country. "All West land water, he said "Huhl"' replied -
    Texas needs to become the the "That alt Hell
    I garden prospect I
    I spot of the world Is good people need.'

    II Homestead High-Lights Ii .

    .. ..

    The Senior Rogue'sGallery GIVE BEAfll PARTY :animals and dolls of spool and
    Miss Bow's home room enjoyed' pipe cleaners. RE-ELECT
    a beach party at Matheson Ham Mrs. Thurmans class has received -
    By Allen Pope three new sets of books In
    mock beach. Mrs. Campbell Mrs.
    Mildred field Pollard Mrs McCready, Mrs Rue, which they are much Interested SID L. KENDRICKJUSTICE
    These books were bought from
    Mildred Field born In
    was Mr. and Miss Bow
    Mjcey chaperoned candy sale profits.
    Homestead .Florida on January
    31 1923. She li the twin of her the group. Guests were from Miss Ray's class is making flower -
    Inter. Margaret Field, whose Mrs Calluhers class Swimming posters for the bulletin board
    wonderful. life ketch appeared In and baseball were enjoyed, and and are studying the multiplication -.
    last week's edition of this paper tea and hot dogs were served. tables in arithmetic. They OF TilE PEACE4th
    lit, younger days were spent Inik miss Leonard Becker, who has re-!
    "IIIIK .sad playing snake-in-the- 1\1\"t'At TRAINING PRAISED turned to his home in Wisconsin. District, Dade County
    gutiei with, some of her school- Tho Homestead High I Schoolmnnuel Mrs. Wynn's class Is studying
    Inll" safety and demonstrating safety
    training department continues This will be fourth
    for this
    ilu fi\c rite color Is green and to receive compliments rules which they learn The fifth my race
    In-' ti\.n lie. actor is Richard and much well deserved,and sixth grade art classes are post. The votes of my friends and
    (", -n> 1 Miiiiture' Is her favorite praise for Its work. Through It nil sketching their classmates, and the supporters in past elections will
    tin' CM .nit her favorite sport ii C. H Rice, head of the department, likenesses are unusually good again be greatly appreciated.
    tennis Is still modest and unaffected, and In Mrs. Fifield's room Barbara
    of ill (he boys, she prefers remains respected and liked by all Jean Smith Is absent with flu. SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
    brunet, l hilt she can stand blonds Mrs Coopers clan is sorry to ,
    Wi ondoi if this liking for brunet ELEMENTARY: NEWS lose Joan Stuart, who li leaving MAY 7
    'ould have been affected by Miss Jackson's class Is still enjoying soon.
    eituin the flowers which (Paid Political Advertisement)
    buy lovely -------
    sin :like, to ride In a 1940 PlyMouth !many of the pupil*, have brought A real estate salesman of West .
    \\iili, whom, Mildred In to class. In art they an making Texas had just finished describ- '. .
    _an .-nten iiv W u*_ learned that she .- __-- -_I
    want to Ine on n ranch In California . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Vie were not told with .
    whom but We art sure that our
    rr ,ilcti,,m make a good guess as
    tO a. iHI ''I I ,li. :

    II .ii', ]I1 Harry,cue wu Merle' born In Key
    TO-NIGHT !
    W, "n August 4, 1922: The early
    |. i ,r I lu i, I life was spent in Key
    V t I li, J'II Ihplu( '.
    .,",,' 'told( Hint he spent his
    ,'n sr.I i activities, but we
    ..1 t litdid not stay away,
    n i e i"',nitlfiil Spanish cni -
    i MI i, ,in Key West.
    I l)('('n a member of ill
    > ,i I" h.s of Smuts, the Cub
    -- "r i l''11101)' Smuts and the
    See and Hear"JONESY"
    !s, "i ii "
    I i, A I-n !boon captain of the
    s '\ I I' ,tml' for three years. lie
    1 ', 1.01,i tu Surety Patrol eonvin-
    "v i ." Vt ,hmxton, D C, last yens,I
    ''''I"I1N l to attend it this ycii
    It I ,\ma i'II>' colors ue blue'andM I
    ltl; ,,III the girls, he prefers I I
    bio,, 01 l pi-dally. those blonds In
    R-1 inl I I I'h.: Harry!
    ll. i member i of the Home-
    'at.' ill I III,ith School band. lie likes
    ,li. l I..h. ...nd i ,I to go sallbontlng. espe-
    tn h ,III i, moonlight, I'll bet.
    FIt l I',. future he Is going torn
    ,n,," .,,"IMIK the South Sea Is-
    l In.l, i \\ ,nth, .i lIiat! every poitIIOID .


    'I "I lay: preliminary elerI Homestead High School Junior PlayYou'll
    I I i I", I n,lint body were hi Idr .
    f"," imliclitis, chosen fir
    I, W, '" 01,1\ eleetemaa, win: J. T
    C. I U in i I I'a i d Hull-I Chilli<
    MIM, ,nl, I iiilpl'' DilliiiKcr!

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    Turner's Funeral I Home

    l*i.nit .kSIRI'I.N Attendant(E SFR1'iCELady 'j Laugh You'll Scream!

    1'1.'nl'. 104-R(I Homestead Fin

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    ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,n.,,,,,.,, You'll Bust!



    i HAIRCUT ...... 40cj'

    SHAMPOO ...... 40c

    MASSAGE .... 40c 8P.M.FRIDAY .


    BUSH'S MAY 3




    : Admission 15c
    and 35cI
    i N. KROME AVE.tAkAAAu.u..u..u. .
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    Friday, May 3. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Fifteen

    r' I IOVN enue to pay teachers adequate Rook 6. Pun M. In the City ,,f Miami
    COLEMAN salaries and to enlarge I County of Dude, RUU of Florida. u
    present .",b._ In l .tlflnt. No, 1S4U4 The
    schools and build new ones to meet ..M..",..t of Mid/ property under Ui. CLASSIFIED ADS
    CAMPAIGN :the need of ,111 increasing popula- of Mid K Ortlflc.t.A, IT.muk..iMiHd WM In th. same i

    tion. Lot It, Liberty Park Am.......l. Pint
    Book C, Pun l', In Ui. City of Miami' RATE: Tint Insertion 10* s line; subsequent Insertion
    count, of I>.,l., State of Florid, as
    t. FROM I 'MUD'IX
    LEGAL NOTICES ....b....... In (rllllc.l. No 1I4W TheuaPamenl Si a line J
    of Mid Property under. th. __
    Mid Certificate Issued WM la the name
    I NOTICR or API-I of E. A rnmuk
    C Coleman, candidate for re- YOM TAX DFkB ICATION Lot 10. Liberty Pork Am.."''''. Plot FOB! RENT WANTEO; i
    Chapter 17417--Act. of 19SJ Book e, Pare 86. I In the City nf Miami,
    election as sheriff in the coming File No. A 11.84 County of l".d... State of Klorkl.. u
    made the I N"L'T.to' hereby *Cv"1 that B. H. Do* .mbr.c.d. In Corti,.,... No. 11&.... Th. HOUSE in Redland; modern conveniences a
    f primaries following sun. .. of HUM end county t T" tin ......m..t of Mid property under th. $10 a month. Brooks. REAL ESTATE WANTED: Have I
    this week. till No. IlIlu Word the lib Mid Certificate .laved wu In the some \
    day of
    Inc., Phone 78-R (AMO Three clients who want M
    lur A D. HIT ho. filed ..m ," "', of Unknown. groves. ;
    of the Is I offlr.. unit hu mill .pphr.tlnn Lot 4t. Park
    "The day primary Liberty Anwndnl Plot What have ? One wants ,
    Iwd to b> leaned tlunon Sold C.rllflc.l. Rook 6, Pan* a6. I In the City of Miami l ', FOR RENT-Store at 99 Krome you n
    close at hand, end I am addressing embracer l the fill,....ln. MCrtb| />od l ..., County of aside. Stale if HnrM.. umbr small grove and house: another, I
    A\e See Owner Mrs Eva
    t this-to my numerous friends In the County of U.dr. SUM of \Jri4t.\ ui- > .r...l In tmlflc.lc No. .StilJ Th. ,
    wits ._m.nl of said property' under the lins, Modello. largo grove, with income; in- it I
    isnd well wishers.
    [ Lot 21, Blunt *", Y"I'od by the Mid lirlifli.lo |MOIwu In t',. name
    ': "As many of you are aware, I sea. sec B, a Rubin. flat link I, of Unknown. other who wants to bade illy j I
    Page Of In the Uu"" "' V..., state I-iil 61. Liberty Park Amrndnl Tint FOR SALE
    k. have been your sheriff, for sevenyears 0' Florida. I I,, 111"10', Pun M. In the City r>f Miami, property. J. K. Dom, 214 Halcyon -
    r and during that period of ...iV"M"*"" of MW ir"p r" under dimly of l).il.. Stilt, of Florid. .icmbraiwl Aicude Phone 2.2463, ip.
    FOR SALE Troprcai citrus
    Issued wn> In inc name all I In terllflc.lr No ISMS The plants,
    F time have followed the precepts \Jnkno..n. .._m.... nf Mid property under the trees and tropicai fruit Ir ( .,19-tH III)
    1. of my conscience and served you Unless, MH certlfliBto, ihall be ivdrvmnlihtroln Mid Certlf/rote (issued WM In the n.m.i.f ------. r
    .. .
    the Unknown seaion Jungle Grove, Redland ,
    0 faithfully. I will"to""1,1 t 0 t'hS'TiteLi.t'T.rill'ir, llnlr., mid Cvrtlflinlmi hall tw roilnmrd road and Plummet drive. WANTED-Best Redland ]Disliut ;
    Many insinuations are goner-1 .t the Court h"" ... door "n tU first Mon- I .",'".dlno to law. Ul dyed. will\ home and fiouno lis ,
    day In the month if ,tin. ..,. glove m
    111411 "hh"| i. I. tlurrnn on the Itth day oC May I \
    ally cast by competitive candidates the tied day ,,f Jum. nun A. U 11X11 FOR SALE-Nke piece of business will bu>'. Must hate "it ,least i i ::1
    and this campaign has not Dated Ibis 16th day tt of IKATHKRMAN April, luinf J Doted Hill lull,,'K day H it IFATHrKMANn April. A D, .1t40 property Good price for I btcluiom Client vv:ntinij Faei.,i itun !,

    j been devoid of innuendos and those Clark of ('In ill I' ; nf Circuit Court cash Den). W. Morris registeredreal Fiosthei, Ovaries i IIml 11I\\. I
    which better left ""''' County, .'""*" Dade County, Florid.
    things are Circuit Court fe.1 estate broker, next to Baptist 1 mile south of ll"m M. lOt .
    : C in salt <"'iirt Scnl
    laid By N. I', SrHIRKTT, I) t'.1 Church Krome Ave., Home Phone 12U-J. ( ,11'11 t
    'Throughout this campaign Apr in, .'d. Mm Hi 1 I".. 'lit''i iXOlllB I Ito II stead. (fl6tr)

    have refrained from casting un-I PC ACPI It triUN FoR I TUTORING WANTED .- high :
    opponents, although I TAX nm OR SALE-14 shorts, singly incollectivcly
    on my File No 33073 school nJ grade school subjects.Mrs. !
    Fred Noble, Homestead
    \- tempted time and again to ... Notice In hereby ghrn that w R. More, REELECTErnest
    ( few things. holder as anshol a of city of M-mi Tax I II Im3-l( ) 11. J. Armstrong A B., :
    t Crrtiflrnes Numbered
    13400. 18491. 11400 I I
    "As your sheriff, I have not 19609 13611 and 18526, dated the 4th lay I FOR SALF Rabbits 20c Plummer drive and Country -
    .1 pound.
    ,of Juty, A. D. 1912, has filed said Certifi.rata. .
    been a laggard by any means Innovation In my offkr. and has made al-W. R. Grahams Pray's Feed Stoie m3-17i I I Club rand
    after Innovation has beenIntroduced Lion file tat deed to Issue thereon in era
    cordsnce with law. Said Crtifientu em.brane .
    in both the criminal
    the followint deot ribed i
    and civil departments The men i situated In County, Florida properly. I II
    Lot 6, Liberty Pork Amended. flat
    who became of
    and women a part pock ,
    e Pam. lid In the City of Mums
    the sheriff's office, when I took County of and.. State of Florid., as God Bless America E
    embraced in Certlfirate No 11491) The s
    over the office, are still with me. s..ea.tn.nt of .id property under the i
    To them, I give the credit. .aid Certificate Wiled woo In the name --- i
    9i ir
    "As you already know, I haw I'oknuwn.Lot 11. L.i-ty Park Amended Flat

    never sought personal glory, 01 >)

    sensational publicity. I had .1 job ELECT i VOTE FOR
    to do, and 1 tried hard to do that [

    job satisfactory' 'Those B. Everhart'LEGISLATURE '




    &1.. ,, f j

    Continuance, oi hock gift d'I Itablishmcnt :
    of a medic 1 u ]II.I ,

    at the Univcisitv! of Ihlllil i U. S SenatorA

    promised bj Dan Chipixll i I i

    date for state senator in the > I II
    Ing primary I

    Mr. Chappell listed the c I'% Ii STATE SENATE ,

    project as part of a prou' ,nn' i Man All of Us LoveA -
    started while a member of t'lI'i' t 'i 10

    legislature dining the WSM,in i, i
    1929, 1931 and 1933 Also on I !subject! to Democratic Man Who Loves All of Us.

    program was repeal of tin L.I. Primary, :May 7 w

    receipts tax, creation of
    department to give the II ,of k- : i 1I'IId! 1'1111111',1 Adv.< )

    Ing man a full voice in state "affairs There is no substitute I II I

    completion of the Etergltite', I GROUP 2 I for ===:J
    National Park, construction nf .i
    four-lane highway from Miami to All his life a Floridian 1 I I, r. -
    knots how to present DadertI Performance
    Jacksonville, establishment of "i BIRD'SIndorsed
    ountv's needs to North I lor-1 e
    school for delinquent JUM.MHU-
    ids representatives In a Ian ; : I II
    under military supervision, 10- unilrntanil.
    moval of fish, game; and ".'.ild lift ? swage they ran I: (Paid Piitual Adv )
    conservation from politics and the E Pad PldliH ,1 slat ) { I

    provision of modern facilities, In ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ""''''" ,
    care for the mentally ill
    Mr Chappell also pledged] tn I

    carry on the fight he started 'in the I DELIVERSI USED CARS

    legislature for a guaranteed; rc\-, $880

    uur used can sluajs rep-rtwnt solid value, but the

    ones listed brlow are unusually choice and wr recommend -

    WHO efceve WOULD i20 The New any one of them for jour comlclrritlon.

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    % of New York City's sun- I

    light Is obscured by smoke from
    chimneys and steamboats.A 1940 PONTIACDe 1J7! : PONTIAC 2-1)0011) ) TOUHINH: SEDAN

    large per cent of the world i -ra'o'* ; new paint ; tar in excellent/ con
    obscured if vour radio Ion th
    "blink." Repair' may br minor dition.
    ( Luxe Equipped)
    'e are thoroughly: reliable in 1'-

    ring ALL nuke,- Oui 'u 1'\ let I
    rnt expenF I\'C. 13! PONTI.IC 2.D" .It' UR >G SE >A.I
    L. C. IODi SERME RADIO SALES it -radio ; excel' f condition.

    209 V. Krome Avc. Homestead I
    Phone 834 !

    r )upe e e e e e $880 1 J6 FORD COUl'L fooUs) ud ru like !. v.

    C. J. BROWN CO. 2-Doot Touring Sedan 925 1'137 I'L 1101'TII)0': !n T01) KING I

    1-Door Touring Sedan :V'L SEIJAN-\er. -lean ; original pt. 't.PRESTON .

    Refrigeration : nice ,

    Contractir Electrica.. Preston B. Bird Motor Co. I E BIl\j MOfOB COO

    8. KfonM Ain* Opposite Tag Office : *
    South Krome Ave. Phone

    I HOMESTEAD: PHONE 534 Phone 18 Night rboa 538-B OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY11II

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    Pave Sixteen THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, I.v3.19jO
    illness and death of William
    LANA TURNER,I I Nobles t/IlilllllllllllllllllliiAlllilllllllllillllllllllllllllll/ IIIIIIUI -
    I I c

    DANCE TEAM I . I!,. I

    The ,ICI'HI'I'newest dance team,
    Composed of Lana Turner /OLYMPIA I

    George Murphy, makes its play-1 i / GRAD; A
    the streamlined musical EHLER'S COFFEE 25c
    Girls on Broadway," now ALL GRINDS Ib.
    inn at the Olympia Theatre, Miami.r Mum i ii
    Miss Turner and Murphy, together j Smarty i Sunsweet: Fruits
    with Joan Blondell head i j

    line the cast of this drnuutic pro- Friday thru Sunday, : PRUNES ...... .. ........2lb. pk. 18c
    duction telling the with story a musical of two background sisters who: May 3.4-5 I II Dog Food =:: PEACHES .....................11oz. pkj. 15c

    ,tourney from a small Mid-Western I ON THE STAGE IV PERSON :' :: APRICOTS ....... .. ...... 11oz. pkjr. 17C
    town to New York City in an attempt I 6cans..J25c S i RAISINS ......... ...............15oz. pkjf. lOC
    the to crash the big time shows., "RED HOT ANDSWING" :MIXED FRUITS ...........11-oz. pkft. 17C
    romance< centers about the love
    {>f the two girls for the same boy I I

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