The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 19, 1936
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
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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).

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VOLUME XXIV-NUMBER..25., HOAlESTt; DFLORIDA.FRIDAY: ; MORNING, JUNE 19,1930. l'JU-t.t-; it tol.J.l't! li

SEW VALUES CiVic.broUps Rev iii Koestline's Cohcettecl> RetUrh AppealFor l HereWith I VOTERS WIll AGAIN SWARM

BEING SET ONCITYREM the outstanding wqrk----- of land District Lions Club, and the r fp POLLS IN SECOND RACEFORPOLITICALPREFERSIENT

the Rev. A. A. koestline in behalf lied Add District Improvement Association -
of the community betterment jn( : have sent or will send

mind 1 and tearing that he might, today limilar telegrams, pointing
be promoted to a larger field despite also, to Mr: Koestline'a effective
his frankly expressed desireto leadership In the fight td keep slot
continue his endeavors here machines kit bt this section and
-- ctvie organizations are sending his hlppftig i lit! the bud an attemptto

Council resolutions and telegram to the nullify the referendum petition SllfetllFF !
i'i lsti1g MM: Heavy Vote AnticipatedAs
Property M. E, !South, conference Ih session CRot U. \I
All at in Miami, to return Mr. Koest The b'e&tIiSof the Methodist Some ContestantsGet

Market Pried! line Is pastor fat the Homestead Church II to keep Its ministers IN LEGION PARKKfAMEAFPAlR: Hostile
T Methodist ChIi'th. moving after an allotted number of

BONN AtiltJSTMfiNT The movement started with a years, but the demand for Mr. ONLY ONE bALloT
WJ resolution passed by the Homestead Koestline'i return to Homestead Is
Rotary Club Wednesday.The so universal throughout the whole
Homestead troop .of Boy district that 1II hoped that the ITuesday' .
Survey: tq JndependeaJ Scout In a petition circulatedamong conference will yield to the petitions -II Expected Verbal tatted Ticket Is Short

" of Present Assess- Its members asked for the' bf the civic organizations and Fails to Develop in as. Compared With
. Rolls return of the man who organized allow him to stay here as long as
ment First Primary'sWith
. the troop and thereby made constructive he feels /he still hat work to complete Rally Here 'I
,. future which said to be his -
cltiztus of such J
i With the evenlM objective 61 boys ai formerly comprised the feeling at present Art unusually ratio audience at the Interest ol the etectoN

forcing I downward reVl.ion the -Nasty Alley" gang, whose rock- Mr. Koestline had no knowledge the scheduled debate between D. ate heightened by a number of

city's bonded indebtedness a com- throwing smoking and all-round ot the concerted civic movement C. Coleman incumbent, and H. closely fought contests since the
plete re-appraisal of every piece devilment were the scourge of the to ask for his return Homestead Leslie Qulgg, his opponent for the field was narrowed to two aspirants

) of property In the city, Improvedand neighborhood clothe years ago. Conference appointments will office of sheriff in the second primary for each position a heavy
unimproved has" been started The Homestead Parent-Teacher be announced over the radio at next Tuesday was somewhat ballot Is anticipated in kit precincts
this week under the direction of Association the Redland District 130: p. m. Sunday, ,It was learned disappointed at the lack oi it the" second, of run-off i\
.,. Joe L. Burton finance Committee Chamber of Commerce, ,the Bed- yesterday. anticipated"firework*" In the Democratic primary to be held'
The Democratic nomination -
. man of the council with full approval platform meeting of theM two political Tuesday ,
In this state ll tantamount
of the board.In gladiators in American Legion -
Homestead Wia
to election. !
.JJ this survey the tax rolls will 'PRESIDENT TO park last night ;
Two Highest Honors Polling places In South Dada
be disregarded and the new set of Both candidates devoted moil
will be the as In the
precincts same
) appraisals will be based only upon In F.F.A. CompetitionMyron BE HEARD HERE of their few minutes' peaking first primary, when more than
. the actual market value of Homestead time to a review of their past records east from South
. I BOO voty were
property today. When tabu. Grennell was elected and performances In office
4A lated the revised figures will enable stale president of the Future AT RADIO RALLYMass and declined to Indulge In personalities Miami In Homestead to Florida only City one, ballot inclusive box
the council to draw forcible Farmers of America ud John
a mentioning that they were
and election board will be used
.. and concrete comparison between Fredrick? woe the public due to speak at Miami Beach II Tuesday as the billot fcas been re- 1\0\.
current valuations' and ,'thort hiJ speaking contest at the aaBtul W Ml '
si their
quickly they
cc, "
Meeting-Arranged( t..9u1 .to"r
diced to one-third t + '....
Wim WKnrtM 'bonds were issued. convention In Gainesville Homestead epgasementQuigg .
I U for Legion Park on dimension and can be counted te
"This seems to the council to yesterday, according
be the best and most graphic I II dispatch received last bight Jute 27 that he; had the first promised speaker anyone, denied I tellers less time that by were half needed the = of 1 1\\
means to bring home to the bond. br the Leader-Enterprise
job and said he would put a deputy Candidates aid the offftM they Ij
1'C holders the true situation In respect from George N. Wakefleld, ad- President Roowvell'u'* speech accepting In the South Dude area who seek are as fallow, : ,)
.J to the wide. margin between Vlsef of the Homestead chap the nomination of the Democratic was trustworthy and had the best Governor-Fred! P. Con and
toda>', values and those of a few ter. party for a second term recommendations from the peopleof Raleigh Petteway.State j ,
year! ago," Mr. Burton said. "Our Young Fredrick becomes will be heard at a huge South Dade this district He said that an superintendent I of public t 1
debt service must be revised to state champion In Future and radio
rally party Ir\ Legion advertisement In a Miami newspaper 1 Instruction -- W S. Cattton and 1CWln
conform to actual conditions before Fanner public speaking and Park, Homestead on the night ol Insinuating that he was endorsed Engtlah. 1
we can hope to lift the heavy automatically qualifies as an Saturday. June 27. The president's by the Ku Klux Klan was a Stale sehawr-H. It. tfer and 'k
burden of taxation that Is retardIng entrant in the national con speech to be delivered at subtle move to antagonize him Ernest :a!f'te j
Homestead's prolre..." te.&. the Democratic national convention and Catholic voters '
I with the Jewish ) ji'; of Mbrtfcfit** ;
The field survey is being conducted ---- In Philadelphia, Will begin at The governing body of the tf>e, d rae Holt and ;J .
by W. M. Bradley of Home ( o'clock, but for an hour before Klan had already disclaimed any 1!
J. U Luke
stead Who gained expert knowledge NEW LIQUOR LAW j I his voice goes on the air there will authority for the advertisement ,:Member hem of rtferesejiU* ,1'
of property values through i be! a program of music and speaking Qulgg said.Coleman. lives, Group 3-H.. E. OfrTvetend it
his real estate and insurance busi I on the park platform.
disclaimed all J. K. William. ,
REPLACES PRIOR I responsibility rr
ness. A complete duplicate set of I
I The meeting, sponsored
mass by for the advertisement In Judge of civil court ot record-
blue prints of every subdivision in I 'Roosevelt Nominators," is one of question which he said had been W. r. Brown and A B. Small.
the city has been ordered on council CITY ORDINANCECouncil I many of Its kind to be held simultaneously 11 S'Ht-D. C. Coleman and it
Instructions by Gordon W Ivey, I throughout the United (Continued on Page Six) Leslie QulggT t

and the value of each lot vacant I States at that time. Arrangementsfor I oeiUctor-W R. Becker and
or otherwise will be marked
on the local event are being made. ItlWood..
the plats Acreage Including lands Finally Adopts: STORM I SHELTER
Continued Four I Supervisor of reihrtrstiort! rt
recently excluded from city limits, Strict Regulations to ( on )Page )
Holmer, Jr., and W. E. Van Loon.
will be treated in the same man
Control Sales
t ner. Mr Bradley estimates thatit I Official Rally PLANS GATHER County purchasing agent W.
Last D. Joyce and C L Wheat.
will take at least two weeks to '
After several months of debate Tomorrow Night County commissioner, District SPrtiton \
... complete the. task.FIFIELD 'In the course of which two previous I II B. Bird and J. D. Rudd.Board t

v liquor control measures were'I Candidates for state and county MOREJMPETUS of public instruction, District '
rejected, a revised liquor ordin offices will present their closing 1-1. W. Aibury and Mrs.
AUTHOR ance. No. 227, was whipped Into'' arguments to South Dade voters Committee Named to Find Nell K. Walter ,r .
acceptable shape passed Its third In the second primary at the last Suitable Location for
Or3 BULLETIN ON and final reading and was adopted I' official Democratic rally of the South Dade Women Hold '
by unanimous vote of the city nominating campaign, to be heldin Proposed Center Wj
Rally Today
council Monday night American Legion park, Homestead Petteway
IRISH POTATOES It will become a law Immediately at I p. m. tomorrow. Further steps to secure for i
upon approval by Mayor Chas !, If rain Interfere the meetIng Homestead one of the proposed Mrs T. T Stevens of Miami, -
J- -- T. Harper who was quoted re- will be transferred to Homestead series of community buildings and congressional committee Woman '-
StaWPublishes Booklet cently as doubting Its legality on I I school auditorium, E. C.Chronliter i storm refuges to be built along the will talk to the women ot South
''' account of the status, of Frank chairman announces lower east coast under federal auspices Dade this afternoon on the merits
t" Written by Local Webb in the Council This situation I I were taken at a meeting of of Judge W. Raleigh Petteway, I
%v: I Scheduled to speak In the order I candidate for governor. x- "I
\ Experimenter however, was clarified at the the city Monday night I
: named are: candidates for the ofti will be geld at I
I The meeting
?* last meeting by City Attorney i' tilsitrlct Following a report by Mayor
I A MW bulletin entitled "Potato George E. McCaskiU. who ruled flee of county school board, Charles T. Harper of his recent o'clock in the home of Mrs. W, M.
c Throwing In Florida" has just been that Mr. Webb while holding office I, 3, county commissioner. conference with state officiate of Bradley, Homestead committee
District S, judge of the civil court, administra-I I 22 N. E. Tenth street It
published by the agricultural experiment de facto pending appeal of: the works progress woman
station of the University the city's ouster suit, had the legal state representative, Group 1, supervisor tion In Jacksonville in which the, la being arranged by Mrs Bradley q
of Florida at Gainesville W. M. right to vote and take part in all of registration and state outlook for a project seemed favorable Mrs. t. 3 Dyal and Mrs. Ben '. 1
rifkU of the local Subtropical deliberations of the board. senator. Each speaker will be Councilmen Frank B.I i Archer of Homestead Mrs. Win
XxpMijnent Station la the author In effect the ordinance closes allotted ten minutes' time. Rue. Henry Brooker. Jr, and )*i i. Geronimo of Florida City and '

... pie bulletin, white covering all..looDl. or purveyors ef hard" J. Wynn were appointed by President -1 Mrs..'.'B. A. Waldin! president of '
v MKheds wed in all parts of the liquor, oa Sundays by prohibitingtheir 1 Tug WEATHER: Tom Harris as a committee l[ the Woman's Club of th* Red- I..' "

tW ft of particular Interest to opening between the hoursof 011IoIooI seadwr r.e.rt 01 tM 5ubteoafealawns. to locate and offer a suitable site< lands. ;. \\S
''growers in this section, since it is 11 p. m. Saturday and I a. m. .t ."'_. ...,..... for the building | )Everyone is invited to "
c :the first experiment station publication the following Monday. Barbecue If the city !. prepared to offer nay"P
describing the cultural stands and other places selling U.N alaii Bar. R e the government something concrete TO OBSERVE rATUtfcS '
.. 1 neth 4s employed by Dade County beer wines 1 and tighter beveragesmust June 12 U 'J1 29.861A3 In the-way of a good location -' A Fathers Day acJvlc* Ishounc I"
potato growers close dally from 11 1 p. m. to June 13 17 7S 29.... .81 lights, water and other 4 for 11 o'cttt=9-411 b1 'I
a \The; Information presented rep- I 5 I a. m. Sunday sales are permitted June 14 18 '72 3.8S cilities the chances gaining lift. Beif. C. N vrafyf{ r** '
y Reseats the results of two years under this classification. June 13 --i It '72 29,68 J.47 Improvement and public ..b.t Baptist Church of Humet'lnd1{ : 'tu ',
if accumulation of data from an I Restaurant holding liquor H- June III U 70 29.77 .12 luard will be greatly ifttnpn topic iFatDee, Tht KctatAOaMps ;
Action* of the state perttininff' to cenMf must VWy doted oa SunCortirtttext June 17 1111 82 '129.131 and expedited Mt: R. bolVA of *' Spocinlmuste k
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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, June 19, 1936.

I! Tells How to Keep Ants Core to this reception country and cloned with a detailed
From Carrying Off Seed LIONS Aa interacting talk on Honduras description of the banana Industry. ,
I was made by Gordon L. Walter Buckner Beaaley lo a former '
FOR W.' A. KING HONORS GAINEDAT who described the history indwbrtoe. resident of Honduras, added a few j
Ants will not carry away small .. faatittw and euitom of the remark to Uon Walter'* talk ''I,
l flower and vegetable ** tor*
LOCAL'TIONEERFuneral I they have a chance to ::: Ucom CONVENTION -
it aprlnkted over the ,
bed a* th* ned are planted
tervloa* for William I O C. Burn of Miami told A report W UM events ot tile The Truth AboutPETTEWAY.. ..
Alfred King, pioneer resident of, member of the home beautgfioatton -' recent state convention In Talla-
Homestead who died at the home
class Tuesday evening. The
homes. where Redland District
ot a daughter Mra Bertha Faber anti, he aaai, will prefer to carry Lions Club gained several major "
In !Sharper Fla. Sunday morning, away the corn meal It I* now honor reported la these column f"WHO f"
were conducted In the Homestead too .late to plant most annual he tort week, occupied the greater
Baptist Church Wednesday after aid, but tinni and marigold part of the dub' regular Meeting 1$ AGAINST PETTEWAYf ne slot machine interests; the
noon l.v the Rev C N Walker,, may be planted during the um- Tueaday his BMiwy ,Inter**!*. Including certain bank chain; and UM ld-
pastor of the church: and bttrter time political _hl_
was In Palm Cemetery in N..... mer.Mr.. Buro, who I II teaching the I To William I. kict Fork,of deputy tile taut district WHO IS rOB rCTTEWATr Th Individual cltlien of Florid who
Mr. King was born in Hatcfce- claw while th* organizer, goveroor- went popular government, fre* from the dictate of private Interest
Florida district, extended thecongratulaUoni
chubbre, Ala. Dec t II. I860. and N. WakefMd. la on a trip ot I WHAT M FETTEWAT AGAINST II* to positively against UM
of the club
moved! to Lake Miltland, ...., !92 I *a* with the Homestead 0e0.1 by aloe machine. II* to against the two-Job practice. lie to against nu|.
President Chart Pratt. A letter
years ago He explained I
the FloridaEast I from Richard J. Ownbaugh, president Machine politic '
raeliiin foreman for I
oda of and and ,
grafting budding
Coal Railway, In IMS and of Lions International, congratulating WHAT DOE PETTEWAY STAND FOR lie to positively for the
honmti,-., .. portion of land he promised to assist members I Lion Flak upon his acquisition schools, for a full school term and adequate pay for teacher lie to
bordering on the old Dixie Highway who wish to do some of thus work. ; of a matter key. waR for economy la state government, and honesty In government lie to
and what is now Klngi highway lie requested the memMn to 'read by Secretary Charles Ooley. for old age security; homesteading atate lands; real home exemption.II .
which WM named for him. bring map of their yard to the Delegate. who poke briefly to for development of citrus and all farm Induntrr II* to for
....... tale advertising and general tale promotion and
Several years aao h* moved to next TuewUy June 10..t 'about their experience at the convention development ).
Quitman. Oa. where he remainedfor T::<0 clock ao that he can help>> wore W. O. Talbott Tom PETTEWAY la In favor of tax-free gasoline for agricultural own
them tart a finished plan on pa- and for all machine that do not ue the highway including boaU '
some time before going to Torbert, George Cooper, T. E. tractor, etc.DONT .
Sharper to live with his daughter. per that he I* to bring. Kirby E H. Callahec and W. tt '
BE FOOLED by the tS auto license UK bokam which" was \
member of the Homestead There I* no charge for the Owen
He was t '.
used for limits and which to now brine used by the passim, te
Baptist"Church." cour**. Anyone Interfiled I* In* W. L. Phllbrlck of Miami was tel vote for Cone.rETTEVYAT .
Mr lung U aurfrTH by: one vlted to .ttendbe meeting whichare 1 present at a committee of one to w.n't try to fool ,_ Ha..bas a> basest platform. M.
110/I. Ben F King pi Homestead;I hekfin the agriculture rooms Invite Mr. risk to visit Miami believe la performances--not promtaea. lie to under ebllf atloa to
four daughters, Mr*. Marie Saunders of the high school < i Beach WOOl Club in till new official no one bet the sovereign people of this a...*. j
of Homestead Mn Willie Russell capacity, and also to request
and Mn Joe K. Newton' ot Aha the Rev. Harley Core to apeak on
Miami and Mrs. Faber; and seventeen Banker "t have figured out the Constitution of the United Vote for Petteway
grandchildren and seven what I* wrong with this country* State at the Strath-Haven hotel
great grandchildren. Broker: "What U It?" headquarter of the Beach organization For Governor I
The pallbearers were: T. A. Banker: "W are trying to run today Several other
Feaster, A. J. Campbell J. W. this country with only one ,!ce- member of the Redland group (Pall PWIUol AdnrUwMRtl
Campbell Dave Sullivan, R. J:. prealdentl"-Ex. will accompany LIons Flak and .
lave and Charles T. Fuch, Sr.
Honorary pall bearers were: J:.
A. rroacher, W. J. Booth, A. L.
Horn, B. C. Murphy and M. J.
Biownlow The Turner Funeral
Horn waa In charge of the funeral i.

ungemenU I II II

Vote for I

W. F,n BROWN psi Ya-3s Tribnte a T errible Word!



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We rebel at the very suggestion .of' tribute.



Yet Dade County paid' more than $3,000- ,

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last years Why? Because we were outmaneuvered


CIVIL politically by North Florida. We ;:- :. t,!

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, w Friday June 19, 1986. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Patre Three

Influx of I r MINISTERS PLAN day schools) In the Rcdland District snide Baptist Church of Miami-
,i"I"" are to be invited has been Invited to address the
Smiles to n Plan for the event were out- gathering after tile dinner
I I BIG PICNIC FORCONGREGATIONS UM&JftsMday at a basket lunch ; Commute" in chirjt at arrnngeawmi -
meeting of the association at art: field. ., day, Mrs.C .
Registered mall .";;; I If Matheeon Hammock attended by N. Waiter. the Rev A. A Koeothrtr -
. proximately $120000 in I I I I i the Rev and Mr*. C N. Walker, i the Rev. E L. Nelson najra. t I
{ senIcefcondTind treasury 'f the Rev and Mrs A. A. Koesl HOward Eckel Mrs Harley B.
line, the Rev and Mrs Harley R. I Core and J. R. Byrum. Thr com-
. ,; arrived in Homestead this 1 II All Churches of Holland Core the Rev. and Mrs Oto S. 'freshmenu Mrs. Goo E. Dsuel.mlttee .
and has been distributed I I District to Combinein Detail the Rev. and Mrs Howard on transportation will bo
.v1 curacy and dispatch by the Field DayThe Eckel Misses Juanita and AktiwKoeitUne i composed of the superintendent
post offlar Out of II total and Miss Rose Peterson ,''Sunday schools of the \ iirioun
I envelopes add &laed to Meeting at a central point at 2 i I churches nf the district J,M' L.
JJ: men only 1' .were .... I Redltnd District ..Intlttr-I p. m., a motorcade will proceed to i Burton. S I. West J. E Ctmipbrll.Mr .
d. the close of business ill Association Is planning Matheson Hammock where the I Dell Turner, Wllllum FI-
according to George M. i, community, basket field events Including races baseball I I field Mrs Joe Fletcher, W C.
sen, postal clerk field day to be held at Mstheson game and swimming content Campbell, Uthn Hackler Mr (ilk,
Postmaster S. E. /( : Hammock on Thursday, July 9.I! will start it 3 p m. A basket picnic ; I I of Princeton, :Mrs John Millo end
handle deliveries and Member of all churches and Sun- dance wll be served at 5 p. m I J T Cum md John Fh,', or
tion of bonus bonds. I The Rev. J C. Sims pastor of Rlv-1 Perrlne
Although exact figures as ganliation of the department with
total number of bonds an appropriation of $M,000 at the I
here are not available the \ last session of the state .
ment to local veterans will hue Mr. Bender wid An VOTE FORPRESTON I
ttOO each Mr Sonnlchsan I{ quate fleet of trucks carrying ade-I s
Bonds surrendered and I fighting equipment now )
for payment approximate I take the field at short B. .
cent of the total i stated. I
date, 848 bonds, I Dr. H. S. (Wolfe, club president, I }
400, have been turned read several encouraging fetter BIRD
. payment. I in reply to a request recently madeto 1 1
the federal government for aidin for

' Bird Refutes University improvements of Miami proposed at the

I /. Charity A unanimous resolution was CODNTYCOMMISSIONER
adopted commending the work of
.. the Rev A. A. Koestllne! pastor of
Preston B. Bird, I the Homestead Methodist Church
county commissioner from : I in the Interests of the communityand bib District. Dade Ceanty
fifth district, is offering a expressing hope that he would
of $25 for the original of I be retained here Copies of there Your Vote and Support
resolution sent to the Methodist -
davit, purported to have
I Paid Polite -1.
made by a Miami woman, conference in session In MI- Will Be Appreciated
ing him of .. : ami. '
funds entrusted to him as :
man of thai Love Thy .
Committee, an organization
ad for the relief of storm
ort the key shortly after
tember hurricane.:
Mr Bird says he Intends
this document as
later proceedings! against
j ors of an eleventh-hour
j discredit his candidacy:
j, ". am reliably
LId, ''thal..t'UP .
I. itt.e.toua. wilr i. rap td
entered the' office of !
emi daily newspaper with f
gtmt request that my :
Use of funds be exposed In I
"In fairness to me the .1'r
per In question offered me i iI
portunity to reply to
gations My retort took t
of publication of an VALUES TODAY
pared by Charles B I
sml certified public ...

Itemizing tits receipts 1929 FORD TIMOR No'
i penditures of the Love Thy \
seat coven -
bor fund and accounting .
I tuned and checked ovcihai a i
ery cent of the money
1 been put In ai ,
; to this worthy cause
i as possible
bursements were made by
for the price
which were examined and
1 in order, the audit states"
Serving on the Love Thy
, bor committee with Mr. 1114 FORD H.DA .-In ex- We hate vet un8 Irt our Off miration who .
the Rev. A. A. Koestllnt of cellent: condition: -mechanically will but d n't 1
I be glad to setae ioU, *. + want you
stead Cap Bob Combs of and In appearance A
real buy It the 1 42S tq buy on that Itta .n(. They are Dick Bird F.

price of I T.: Suber, George Murray and F H Greene. Buy

from us because Will will rite you talue for your

car 1921 lor FORD, knock-a-bout TCDOR-Hi work good money as we always hare and ati iys.wilt ,

e mechanically 100

good ._ .
Tnlslv good Inside and *vt- ..will make a fine d- d
I I motor worked over hioki livery eat lid sky businessDANnew
II 1MI CHEVROLET 6W BE. excellent 1 II kersmechanically
I paint-teat cov condition 27 special ills
I teen worked over lOTf (Z
ind OCd. fc / O
j Value
That's always Dependable c

my IHS MASTER CHEVROLET from $100 fd $425

buying COACH Its famous six ..
cylinder engine' has been
Gasoline checked over and tuned to 1
deliver new car performancehas ,
.. been tightened Ihor,1 I
oughly-rear end clHtkrd !
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Inv n put in > good stair
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It a crime story you are want We had gift the other day by M
.flic* il Hemestead FlerUa, under That Mr. Asbury statement in has t'aMlt
Ins Then read Mask Off at which title| our heart with joy who been
the act of March S, 111*, literature that
Midnight" by Valentine WifJlams and our eyes with tears of gratitude current campaign of the South Dade 1
Fancy dress parties and, masquerades The Pen-in school sent use he wa leading man" in the first Roosevelt Nominators by Jan*
.UB. PRICE, 1..( primary voting, I* clever but Ineffectual A chairman
f A TEAR evidently are not always and of Ann Morrow Lind Farley of the. Denocratlc
altogether affair of gaiety and 'rr.r book, North to the Orient a* it Is univenaly known national committee
le,. At on of these pageant to ". We have wanted It so long that Mr*. Walker wa the high I Assuming Mr. Johnson la the pre
which tile elite of Long Island but It happen to be one of those candidate and earn within 83 vote limlnery are Mayor dark
Trait That Florid; Girls society had been Invited a sinister' book* which really have to be paid of having many as the combined T. }carpe plans ..* E. Kirby pith
Prefer in Men motive creptkeatde event of| for to It had to be placed on the total of vote polled by her three (Ident of South Dade Pemocrati

Jewel Turner of Redland In I the \ '.. IOClal1Vorld.A ) : Waiting-want List. Miss Hol-: opponent Club, and E. C. Chronlster, Homestead
recent issue of the Florida Flam- brazen murder wa committed ferty the English teacher, said the precinct commltteeman.
beau, the paper published by students under! nut very nose*; of theme whole school appreciated the service GIVE ASSEMpt REPORT them on the executive committe
of the Florida State College merry-makers How, when and of the Homestead library and The young people Of the homestead Mr Johnston has named $, I
for Women, report that the col why* Read the story yourself wanted to do something to help Methodist Church that attended Livingston postmaster of Homestead
leg* 'ljat4sy the Ideal man must You may find the solution to the in the work w* ire trying to do the annual Young\ People! i Mayor Silverman of 'Tin*
bef honest and ambitious and have crime before the man from Scotland It would be a fin I thing If tome assembly at Lakeland .last week Ida City, Luther L. ChandlrGould. e
good f health and a sense of humor. Yard don county commluloner.could read gave short talk on the assembly ., R. R. Kerr of Perrim
AU thus com before good looks The shelves of public and private this. and try to htlp a good thing<< at the Sunday evening meeting. Curtis E. Lee of Silver Pain
The article follow: libraries and table In bookshops along Maybe some day the county Miss Estelle Booth'* topic was Joseph R. Hlckson of Naranja an,
"Th fact that Intelligence more and home are crowded with commissioner wilt wake up to Worship, Miss Mary eUe Gibbs' George K: Cooper of Princeton
tbua good looks appeal to itu novel of mystery and crime To the fact they have overlooked a topic was "In My Name, ) ul1d". On the publicity committee ar,,
dent Of Florida Statt' College for insure the success of a book It privilege Kermit Cibb gave I report of the Ben Archer J. W. English and W'
Women was) thown In a recent experiment need only be bound In black with pon forget next Sunday 1* routine of each clay and Miss Mary M. John of Homestead, Mr
carried on by Dr. Dorothy till printed In blood red Evtrylax Father Pay Read or re-read McNeil described the vesper service -, Thelma Froscher pf Florid Crt;
/ PIshM, of Ids psychology department salesman and librarian hear Sorrell and Son" by Warwick 'held each evening and Mr*. Cina Stewart of Redlaad
hr "Moh' 147 girl listed I these word, "It It Isn't a mystery' Peeping This Is said to be the Miss Louis Ketchum, Miss Nell: Roosevelt Nominator Is an organization -
fly* trait #t both their Ideal I don't want it" Almost seems we best father and son story ever Sawyer and Geo. Saunders, delegates newly formed to support
man and woman.' are not fighting crime these days; written. "The Father1' by :Brown from the First Methodist I morally and financially th
"In txpl fining some of the re.- wo condone it Several' wise men Is a good story and Little Church of Key West,' attended the I campaign of President Roosev]'
soiitf feHtylng en such an ex- have agreed we are what our grandfather whom yon meet in meeting Sunday night !I I for re-election Its slogan I* *:
pf rfmenf'tJrV Planer says .Th* thoughts are, that thoughts are I Dickens' "Old Curiosity Shop" had I I Want floosevelf Again" The merabershlp -
question of Ideal, goals to be things. tangible and strong. Doa fits good points, too. When it CARD OF THANKS fee Is one dollar, "let
striven for In the development little thinking for yourself If I comes to "days" "Mc>,her'* Day" I wl.b0 eitend my heartfelt I I will be sent to Washington headquarters -
of personality, I* always an In- It is absolutely necessary to have seems to overshadow Father*". thank to the many friend forth I and applied to the M:'
teiWtlJif"Wirlor! anyone tngnged I i I Anyway the florist doe not advertise many kindnesses shown, and I tonal campaign fund, Mr. Johnston -
In the formation of personalities 'tt' much' nor the Western the services rendered during the I (aid. 1J|
It I Ie supposed that ideals of an NEAV\ LIQUOR f LAW; Union remind us not to write but Illness and following the death of '
adolescent group must be Influential wire But Father will appreciatea I my beloved mother, Mr*. Rose B. thank those who sent the beau -
in shaping the adult that smile or a glad word when you Pratt, who passed away Wednesday ful floral offerings. '
finally emerges. Certainly they REPLACES PRIOR{ I ; meet him Sunday. Juno Jrd. Also I wish to JOSEPHINE: R. PRATT5I ;
must seryf M a measuring rod -- --- -
**g lnst which all adult and possibly CITY ORDINANCE! -
; other adolescents must land f loan*
for diagnosis. What doe\the adolescent pq '"litfLI fiaT. s!l i iLOCATED m

look for In hit Ideal man (Continued From Page On) :
or day regardless of their' lack of Intent -I
'With till question in mind w. to sell intoxicant I
Mdcrtoojc to find out what girl barred entirely from this tiraflSl\ I
*T Florida State Cojjeg* for Women by < clause whip prohibit the',
girl jor the most part well tale, barter, donation or serving AM,0 A2L
advanced In the adolescent period o; any beverage with alcoholic I 11PL TX Yf1.Kl/f 17 s ?
consider the five most outstanding content to or \>y person under the > ,r
characteristics of their Ideal age of ?1. I 1 QlL1 .
man and their Ideal woman' Operation o( saloons Is restrict :
">>r plher continued by stating; eel to a small tone of three block
that ',nyono undertaking such an In the downtown! district of Hometead. '
Investigation encounter' numerous The son area lies within
Interesting and puzzling problem he' following boundaries: Begin- !
*. For instance, you ask for ping at the intersection of Krome I
five characteristic and I girl writesof i avenue and S. W. Tint; street; I
her bare, "He must be tall, have thence west to the et aide of the ,
.! black hair, blue eyes, and a good alley which parallel Krom at'
physique'" There you have four the rear of the business buildings, '
characteristics: all' on one line thence north along the alley to the I
What to. do with them In this south tide of N W. Second street; ,
study, whatever appeared on the hence east to Krome avenue and
paper ww tabulated. That Is, south. to mint of hrninnlntf_ I,
when the Ideal woman was described The meiulrecioia -not conflict a ? 9
S as Intelligent but tact- with license ordinance No. 214 1
I. ful"?s> tally mark was placed by I which carrie strict regulations)
1 eathof: bpst traft- I against tbe iiOe of intoxicant* tot>
( "An thft problem that wa encountered I habitual drunkards or to persons '
(. according to Dr. Dlsher already wider the Influence of
wa Interpretation of the liquor. Mayor Harper was requested low
i language What did the student I
: by the council under u '
j 5, have In mind when she described motion by Ben Morris, seconded
!' i. the Ideal woman a* bone who con- by Joe Burton to notify all saloon
I. 1 duct herself properly It all proprietor In writing to observe
\1\| times?' Did It mean she was poll lowly this ruling I !
;, eel' Courteous Cultured? Moral? Penalties for violation of tact| '
K "On student wrote "that her oOWj"bf the provision*'of the or.
Ideal woman must haves recogni- dlnanc ere immediate forfeiture
t' tlon of the possibilities of a cre- of license Mid prosecution\ with J
J'' tUft loved Was tbJi to be Inter a maximum fine of $250: or 80 days
t r Wetted I' a mental trait? A moral in jail or both tine and ImprlfnI -
l\ trait A phase of personality? .01 !
f' Bt "Sine* J<7 women, most of them
sophomores, were submitted to the I AfQlU '. (1111)

test there. should have been 1733 "My wrlfef' \ In angel,"
trait rnenUoned However owing1 Said,Bobby Young
f to the multiplication of traits "What sort of wife
by torn of the girl. there. finally HaWyoilr I II
,I resulted II
and leo for mm This shows l'Oh'nine's atoll .IIvln,."
t that the girls were slightly )lea Said Mr. Stung.

profuse In their description of And 11'POM she'll. rAt have, + ....- ..
male than of ffm.le. To do" w 11.,
"In studies of this sort, according originally near Blscayn* B'1an4 the Into what fa now Miami The oM fcuildlngj
I, to Pr Usher all the subjects 10* birth they; pity the mothers bank of the Miami River! OLP roar DAL hat tine been removed' from its original alto w
do not subralt their honest opinion at hit marriage thy pity the LAS ww constructed primarily a* 4 military post Lnmmu Park. |
This one was no *x epUoo In bride; at hi* death they pity the ky the United State government It wu never TPHE! body of the POECCPPJE 1
FISH fqverW
that respect No doubt torn of wtdow. Rlchmnfid (V*.) New "fortification.' Some or t
tie wLh
nat'wjldtnp still! movable and tU
the girl were. purposely facetious Leader wWci' *r* spines
+ However, it I Ie doubtful that they table included dwellings, quarter for slaves and fact together with the rotundity .f the flab h*,*'
co-operated In their facetiousness were later torn down and In 1872 a Ore earned for It the Dam .f Globe Fld4j'rtcidya
I .1, They also placed ahead of good wiped out all tat two ef that re-naming. la Glob Fish
to the extent of multiplying one and Sea Iledge-hog ln. add lMa to tile
trait 00 time .looks* such trait a* 'good: im Mr*. Julia D. Turtle, of CljvetynJ, Ohio Porcupine Fish. This queer ooklng! reatar* h*|
ity neatness I
) sense of
'i "According. to the girl the ideal honesty, good health and petlOn-1 who bad previously purchased the old fort add the aaunut faulty .f to boat Its
man must be,honest. ambitIous. "One hundred and surrounding property cam* lien to live and It body .with air until It float ea the surface *f
and have va, ten** of humor. good were listed ** both was largely through Mrs. Tuttl* f influjnc thai the water, fader side uppermost ft attain a
health, tn4 good personality1' Ideal man and woman." Henry Ilagler was Indutted'te.eztand' Ut rain I length of. abc| m felt an4 aif Inches.Nis .

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r I I Friday. June.19, 1936. THE L1AtJIm-BNtER1; >RlSE. ..-_. Par Fin

I [ of New Jertef that Is owned and S pkech of tVIA Chief Un Social Welfare OfficeChanges
Dade Farmers' Market
History Of I operated by fanfter organized In Will Be Received Here HeadquartersThe j I
; a 00-oprretlve marketing! ; association ,
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Subject of Talk by
].1 Radio sad w"aU the Units art
H .t.tpi Arrangements have been made Homestead office of the
completed it will be the largest '"
by city officials for a radio reception late board of social, welfare Has
: H. Steffani of Home- market, in three dun |t.OOO was complete wholesale fanners of the speech of Harry Hopkins been re( thfc week from
p) lead county agricultural agent, collected from stock sold, which market In the south national WPA administrator, American Legion hall to the swimming "
tilt ;114 was elected to deliver a six-min gave them sufficient fund to Recognition has been given this to a local audience In either American pool bath house, across the '1
\ 4'f ute radio address over stationWRLT make the first payment on seventeen association by the bank of cooperatives Litton park or Homestead street from the tear of the municipal I
,- at Gainesville where he and one-half acre of lard in of Columbia, S. C., In city hall, at 4 p. m, tomorrow power plant
ft" 10 1M wa attending the annual shortcourat Miami, facing on two concrete granting a substantial loan to the Mr. Hopkins will The office will be open on
i convey message
" \ for 4-H clubs with I group association after It had shown
1.1, highway end a railroad trackage! of special Importance to relief Thursday of every week from 0
[. of 19 boys from the Greater Ml and to build the first unit of their ability to operate in a business clients and employees of the a m until noon for white people
ml area last week. market manner. works program administration andIt and from I to 4 p. m. for negroes
es Mr Steftanl chose ai hit sub "On January t, IUd, six months Much credit for the success of will be of general Interest toaU says Mrs Florence Gates, district
act the history and development after this Dade County farmer this association ls due to its boardof other dtisens Hi address director. A representative from ,h
e.e e.b of the farmers co-operative association was organized, It opened directors who are dirt farmers will come over station WIOD Ml I the national re-employment office :
.' wholesale market of Dad County the farmers wholesale market to the Interest of its members, ami. 1A Miami also will be on hand during
Well was organized by a group All farmers and wholesale to the support of many businessmen l those hours to take new registrations -
_erL o' of predict grower about a year fruit and vegetable dealers who of Miami, and to the able for the Issuance of work
ago. Director of the organization had patronized the wholesale and efficient manager Mr. N. W WANt ADS PAT I identification cards, she said.
.rLw : from the Red land District in- market operated by the city of! Broadway who deserved much
r ofet, J. Vick. H. O. Turner, Charles market adjoining the City market, work, end long noun he laboredIn
Green Lantern Restaurant
Dunn, William Neeley and Walter moved to the new location with Its behalf
Peterson, the result both of these market 1 "What these farmers of Dade ADJOINING HOTEL MIDLAND
\4rt As this valuable :Miami Institution have been abandoned At the County have done for themselves, Western T-IUne Bleak Dinner Me Chicken Dinner Tie
actually had Its Inception in, present time the association has other farmers can accomplish Regular Dinner Sao Vegetable Plate Jttfl
the minds of South Dede farm- 183 farmer members, five acres throughout the country Surely, All Kinds of Home-made Sandwiches
I{" [ers desperately seeking an effi- of its land has been rocked and the farmer who plants, grow and
"" cient outlet for their products the harvest his should not
oiled and It hat build a covered crops only
tr! [Leader-Enterprise quote :Mr. shed 830 feet long and 83 feet wide have some say in the selling of that
d.f Staff ani's speech in 1U entirety which provides shelter for 110 crop and reap .all benefits possible
He said: truck stalls A apace is also pro- troll its sale' ,but also have all necessary
H. "Back in the small town days vided for 140 open stalls, a large marketing facilities for the Nell K. Walker'sRECORD
,...' of Miami, the county teat of Dade cement stucco office building, restaurant marketing of his produce. Why
ltd County farmer cold their pro- and toilet facilities, should farmers have to depend upon ,
duce along the curb of the sidewalks graph, telephone and loud outside business, federal, state,
., around the court house radio to contact any one on tele-I county or city, to build markets
b" square, where at that time a small, market from the office and for them to sell their produce In
i 47 modest gray-ttoM building was necessary electric I light facilitiesat and to receive the benefits they
the court house h cost of $84,000. should be receiving Why not run
41loz "With the growth 6f Miami "from the opening a1n Jan- your own business and receive all
from a small town to a large city, the benefits possible from the sale
uary until May 1, 1836 five hun-
a large two and one-half million
of farm
your produce?
dollar courthouse wa built. It Was dred farmer have patronized this AS MEMBER OF THE DADE COUNTY
market and sold ,
more than )!,
at this time that the city of Miami
built In another part of the city a 800,000 worth of farm produce at :itomestead Negro Gets SCHOOL BOARD FROM DISTRICT 3
a cost of two-fifths of
market where the farmers of Dade' one percent i Sentenced for Theft
County could sell their produce. for operating purposes. Ninety -
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"Tn yean have rolled by since per cent Of the farm produce George Wilson Homestead negro -
that time and the increase In farm furnished on this market was was sentenced to six month
grown by the farmer of bade
population of Dade County *s wet in Jail by Judge Wayne Allen of -
County tn addition to JUstifies
u the Increase In population of supplyingthe the Dade county court of crime
Miami merchant with
Miami hat pro in Miami Monday he
grown beyond expectation after pleaded -
,. The pace provided I by the duce, the surplus material on the guilty to stealing a broom end
city for the farmers' market re- market was sold direct to outofState a mop from the store of B. L. Left taR ar:

malrl ll4..UIe.same and no provisions on the edge of Homestead negro Her
,, were made fiver these many: I Later, mixed carloads will be quarter Saturday; night
yeaii, to take care of the increase packed and shipped. A warehouse Thil was Wilson second Offense -
In ''''II1'el'l.ol\ this market The cold storage, and repackIng He had just served three
pace} grew Inadequate for the I facilities will be added to take/months In Jail for stealing a cap Re-election
great'expansion in farm operations care of surpluses on the market and overalls from the Men Shop"in g
._!"This Is the only market south Homestead on Mar. 12,
Firmer a* well as the buyers
complained of cramped marketing on
space and no room for the parking

,Their of automobiles appeals and tontbe buyers'city over trucks a We Urge Every Voter in the Jolla 23She

1 period of time-fell on deaf ear of
the City fathers In despair they
decided it was necessary to do I Redlands ALL THE
ernGtr WAY
something to remedy the situation to go
"After several meetings among
themselves to discuss the SituationIt Has:
was the for
decided thing themto
dot,was to organize I cooperative WITH
4s marketing association and to 1. Maintained a tommon. thSe ,scrutiny of

build and operate,>.their ownWholleitle expenditures' that resulted in ,A sating of more
farmers! market Ib.
"Ir"July, 1(33,1 Its their county : a than $15,000 a year in one department and more

agricultural agent, met with a I Pett w than $2,100 in another.
committee they had Selected front lM'M ay
their group to assist them In set 9a .H $ 2. Showri by means of county-wide tests

ting"W tip* drew the organization.up the bylaws andilrattd for which she devised and conducted the need of

the charter for stressing: basic subjects such is arithmetic, spelling -

clatioa. GOVERNORoHfc and English, the need of jrreated correlationof

and provided preferred for chafeof stock In the common asso work and the need of making provision for

clatloi). Only farmers could own children who cannot adjust themselves to a system :
common stock, and no farmer ( AVO, FOR "UI>t tin of instruction in large classes-and helpedto
Could, own more than two shares MAKE SURE OF
and Have more than One vote work out plans to cope with these needs.

"A \er came the organization the real was problem perfected -, 001)) CO NI N-At 3. Jointly proposed and voted for a monthly

ways; and mean of securing the tii1dlt of all,school fund by i certified public

et land sheds Ind funds Options to were erect'the secured mark M; W. RALEIGH PETTEWAT; FOR ALL FLORIDAYour accountant to prevent leaks and enable the board

severs parcels of land, and a drive and the public to tee<< at a glance how the tax

was put on to secure the necessary money for Dade County schools is being spent.
funds to buy the land and Support and Vote Greatly Appreciated
erect;the building 4. Traveled more than 1,000 miles each
r "With the cc-operaticn of grocery month attending board meetings visiting schools
tore operators, commission ,
house\ operators And other businessMen YOU CAN TRUST THIS MAN and becoming acquainted with conditions in the r
in Miami who patronized the schools of District 3.

(rM tensest JUr-r.u it tr M..*) 5. Co-operated with the school principalsand

Dft.B.E.GAtLlNDentist I. _. q ,. .. I district trustees in otherwise meeting the

needs of the schools.

Surveys MapsA. 6. Co-operated with the other members of

the school board and government representatives

Office in hansmalhldt.. It LIVINGSTONREGISTERED in securing federal aid for construction of new

i CIVIL ENGINEER building and for repainting and repairing all

Phone 85 Registered Land Surveyor the school buildings the county.m 1 1'I

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I Page Six THE LBADER-ENTERPRIgtf j. .. Friday June 19, 1936.'VINNING .

to school Ja 9DM1cI.ttei in Ihe legislature"" "1II tr 04 CAD f'"T1IANK'-
SLOGANOF ,especially! significant7"Gse h* CAREER PROVES du&d; and had passed the We eerUWy thank our friend
is known to be well-Informed on first legislation to abolish child labor for their toe and kindnea tn tu.rrecea'
I l He- put tbjrough I MB pertaining bereavement *
RACE( the problem A* judge of the CONESUITABLE ;
FIRST this Issue in 1M7 and
'juvenile court of Hillsborough to Bl-RTHA JAloi
In 1909 created the office of child WILLIE
for five and one half RUSSEU.
County year
WORKERS CLAIMWith labor Inspector which has been JOE K. NEWTC-iT
AIDS PETTEWAY h* was brought' Into the closest
continued since that time
touch with all of the vital problems
I. of education. In that Judicial His personal background I II BEN r KINO

mend' of 1 J.11bnew.y, I capacity as well a* while only u very few working I said to be "Cracker" to the t
lending candidate for governor, Judge of criminal court for eleven days left before the second primary core. The Cone family dates,
lost no time In eeneoiMatiBg years he mad a study of the next Tuesday, the "Fred P I back to Revolutionary time
the popular bucking that made him situation In the state Con for Governor" worker are in North Carolina, whenceit
top awn In the first primary and I In the matter of slot machine, swinging into an intensive cam I migrated to Georgia and
enlisting fresh support from all i Petteway I I. short and to the point. paign to present their candidate' then to Florida Fred P. Con was I
quarter to put him in Tallahassee am for the repeal of the law Ie- qualification to Dad County born In Columbia County on n r
II their chief executive In the & slot macbUM In Florida, voter plantation donated to his father
June U primary.Headquarters 1 1"1 known as one-armed ban Ignoring the handicap of the for services In the Indian War I
for the Dad '.*," lie declaresFIFIELD layed count of the flnt de-I Branches of the family are represented
County campaign were promptlyopened the Cone force are eonfldentl1cont'ltflu.tln. in nearly every county of I
In Room 1-213 Venetian on giving the pub- the state.He .
Arcade, Miami, and hummed with AUTHOROF lic a clear conception of their candidate i* a lifelong Baptist and his I
assured that a fair brother I is a Baptist minister
activity from the start Recruitsto feeling
the Petteway banner are appearing BULLETIN ON judgment will be in his favor.
there In number that surpass His supporters My they are convinced Daytona to Celebrate
even the most sanguine expectations that the governorship cam Completion of Highway
of the sponsoring Dad I IRISH POTATOES paign issue has resolved Itself Intoi

County, Petteway for Governor choice between a proven successful Daytona Beach June 19-Completion
Club. business man and a man whose of the state highway No.
The major slogan! of the first (Continued From Page One) I experience I II limited to Juri pru- 21, which give Daytona Beacha
\ Petteway drive was "You Can general 1 commercial practice I Involved dence. They maintain that the
new short route by way of Bun
) Trust Thl* Man." The cold figures In the production of Irish greatest need at Tallabaaae U a
nell to Lake City, Tallahassee and
t of the primary, showing that potatoes Result of the fllprrl-I I I man of financial and business acu- northern points, and the dedica
more voter In Florida put their mental research obtained. men and have adopted the slogan ion Of the world's largest band-
trust In than and other state a* they
Pettewsy in any that Cone U the right man at the shall will be celebrated by an elaborate -
other candidate, ha mad a deep the various subject discussed are right Urn.
Impression among other voters .Irrespective reviewed. An extensive bibliography They point to his business this city.Fourth of July program in I

of their previous affiliation of other publication pertaining career, which led to hU
More than 80,000 voterstrusted" to potato culture also is choice to become head of the Lake Sponsored by Daytona Beach ELECTDoC.
Petteway in a field ot I Included that Chamber of Commerce the tweftn
City bank, the only one In
14, and the recruits feel they too The new bulletin Is divided I Into section that withstood the stormof annual Voluata Summer Frolic
can trust this maa" sections dealing with such subjects bank crashes that rocked a will stage the outstanding spectacle -
I of the when the
day, prettiest
Probably the biggest factor in a* economic importance, great deal of the state to ICe foundations 100 Florida cities .
this trust I I. the confidence that 1"'lIf production, environmental They claim' also that :nan elected by Invitation wily I .
Pettewsy I I. not tied up to any I factors affecting! potato production, when at an emergency
clique or bloc. The Impression potato soils, varieties, source and I measure President Roosevelt take part In a novel bathing review 1
prevail that h* will follow the luahty of seed, preparation of closed all banks, Con aa an individual in which entrant will parade ColemanYour
over I ramp from the boardwalk
path of what lie believes to beright land fertilizers, preparation of I tided over all of the needy become
seed for planting, planting, cultivating !- partially submerged -
maintaining his Judicial ID his community during the perIod In the
Atlantic and then
reputation of being a man who praying and dusting, harvesting ot the emergency He boast reappear -
: coud not be bought off but could grading, packing and I record of never having foreclosed in of full view on the eastern !
be both merciful and Just marketing. A brief discussion of a mortgage end the ramp. k
Meanwhile, with the field reduced the botany. of the potato also 1* While Con pursued his successful Both Democratic candidate for
from 14 candidate td two, ladu,". personal court he also stepped governor have been invited to take SHERIFF ;
the public I II asking for a restatement Copies of the bulletin which U l Into public life on several occa- part in the ceremonies.
or recapitulation of just what free to Florid residents, may be ilona. He was mayor of Lake On June 23rd 'f
Pttteway stands for, A headquarters olaled from the office of County City for three term and served Astonished
staff In Venetian Arcade Agent C. H. Steffanl In Homesteador eight yean In the Forida state A little follow wa on I visit to
and cores -of ardent volunteer Miami, or by calling at the Subtropical senate over which he presided his uncle and .grandfather.Uncle. lie will contYiiue'to
workers afield are making every Experiment Station on In 1911. During his service ." be said after his grandfather -
effort to meet the demand for lo. Waldin drive.SHERIFF. I bad left the room, "how old ; serve faithfully '
formation about Judge Pettewayand I* grandpa?" I you :

his principle. U i* readily ward announced that a Petteway "I couldn't tell you" answered 'without fear or .,
be held at the home:
available not only from the workers MEET meeting his uncle, "wIthout looking it up
of Mrs W. M. Bradley In Homestead -! favor !
but also In literature. in the family Bible" 1
Pint of all Petteway emphatically LEGION PARK at 1 p. m. today I 'My word! gasped the child,
make rt clear that he doe II IN The meeting was lit striking; "I" he old enough to be mentioned (raw Far ky frtn*>) :J
not make a lot of premise to do contrast to a political l't.:: In I In the Bible?"-Tit-Bit*. '
thing that cannot be don just to IS TAME AFFAIR Bayfront Park Miami, .I
fool the people Into Voting for bio*. day, when a heated exchange of ,
'., However with the same forthrightness charge and counter-charges between -
and firmness that have (Continued From Page One) the two candidate for sheriff
marked his seventeen Years of Inserted without his knowledge or almost! led to a fistic Instead of
public service in Florida, be does BBaent H* said that his office verbal..encounter.
not hesitate to say .....uJnc.bl7what bad been operated on a smooth In his talk at the Miami meeting r -
he will strive to do. and Quiet basis for the past few Qulgg denied alleged rumors
? Next to the clamor for honesty yeas, efficiently and without undue that he had been brutal to prisoners -
J in government, the two Issues that publicity, He called attention during his regime at police
I inspire the widest public Interest to hit constant effort to co ,chief of Miami. Coleman who
> are adequate schools and the operate with the farmer of South 'poke after Qui... charged Qulgg
I I I"1; abolition of the slot cnachlM:! *vO. Pal County by establishing radio with responsibility for theWeath ,
r With respect to the schools, Pet patrol car that kept In close of a negro prisoner." He said there
teway pledge himself to do every. contact. with source of trouble were more beating In the Miami
J.' thing In his power to **e they are H* denied all connection with, the city'jail during Quigg' administration 1
H kept open for full term lie goo* Shcitf regime and said that the I than during any other per-
V *o far as to say that wall he present governor would be out ef od In its history Wigs sprang ,.
9 doesbotbeteveltwiabeMcescarjr office when either be or his op.pooeat to his feet and demanded that
I 3'I to tap new sources .< revenue' to I U sworn Into office next Coleman name ease, and demanded -
.'+ do this h* will keep the schools l.a'4Dr1. a rebuttal period, which was PLANS and MATERIALS :
}.,, open regardless. Mayor Charles T. Harper introduced refused by the chairman a* 'contrary
r wt Judge Petto***'* attitude with the candidate, and after to practice. '
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Friday June 19.. 1936. THE ENTERPRmm* Pa ere Seven

I Mr. Blanch Chapman I II ill :
this week and NfL Boyd Ooher- SERMON\ TOPICS I

"I nour la serving a* postmaster during -

In and Ground I her Absence. l- rust BAPTIST CBCRCU- c. L.

Mr .nd Mr*. Frank Stalling June SI-Father1'* Day ae.-
of South Miami visited in Florida ose and saeelal Bm4e at 11
t Homestead ,City; Sunday.; They have recently .. .. I WHEATPurchasing

returned from a two-week vacation -

t' trip through the state. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I
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Mr. and Mr*. Carl Hilchey and It Leas**. serno I
The Re*. James Cloonan, pastor they wlU go to New York City to
Of the Sacred Heart Church ofHomeatea spend the summer. Mr Payne of Hialeah were guestsof toptoi "|* the diverse. Incladlnf 1
left Jut week for Cork I Mrs Blanche Chapman Tuea- ba. Evolved: b; I

County Ireland, to spend a two- dll1. Atomic FenerIIOMC8TCAD
Mrs. Hugh M. Johnston with her .. 1
month vacation three children I Ia here visiting her *
I aunt, Mn. Ctna Stewart and Mr.Johnston's Oscar Clonlnger who wa called : METHODIST I

Mr. and Mr. Jack Polk and I I parent, 1'and Mn. to NMhvttJe by the death of June II-N. morning sermon I
ton, ,Jack Jr., returned Monday; H. W. Johnston of Palm Lodge. brother returned Monday. i evening message br

from I one-month visit with I pastor, I i
relative In Kentucky; and SUdell, Mill Dorothy Gay arrived Jut :
f La..ft..Folk'i mother Mn. Julia John P. Neafsey left for New week from the northern part of
Polk who went with them will York by airplane Tuesday to attend the state for a visit with her parents -
the funeral of his mother. Ian SI-tnd Bandar after
; apent, its .summer in Lebanon Mr. and Mn. Jos Gay.Mn. I
!" T Mr*. Neafsey, her brother, and the Trinity Holy Eucharist I i.DM .
s, ; children went north by automo Sunday school I.I: ) a. I
'; Clara Greening and Miss
bile. m.| evensong I \ ...
;. .mild Mrs. Robert M. Simp. Clara M. Boat have returned to
..,. Mrs i Jane II Nativity *f St.John I
their home In Daytona Beachafter
con and daughter Bobbie, left
Baptist; IUIy Oeharlst
I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Low of
Sunday for Black Mountain, N. I visit at the home of Mr. 7am.
C, wtwre.they.. will stay until Sep. Key West and their daughter. and Mr*. Edward Stlling. for
tojnber Alice.are visiting their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cecil Johnson left Thursday Jackson, Mn. R. C Jackson, Min i, ,
Joseph Wilson Lowe, at Jungle, for a one-month visit, with Sadie Jackson and John a Graham ':
' .lHr .fJackVCatlla, Homeitead, Boy: Grove, They plan to spend most her paternal grandfather, John formed a theatre party at the I Agent
.. Scout patrol leader, left MiamiSaturdaywith80 of the summer her but will vlalt, Trester in Ocean Park Cat Grove theatre recently.HENRY. '
t, othef scouts for also at the home of their son-

t 25-day trout camp In Conneitee in-law and daughter, Mr. and : Mr. and )In!. Lawrence Becker '- A man of proven ability

s aj Cove, Brevard, N. C. Mrs. J. H. Saunders, in Fort plan to leave for North Carolina sincerity efficiency anJhonesty.

j Mr. and Mn. Wm. Kennedy of crdal this week. H. .
Mew York art announcing the Mr.:and Mr. Wm, D. "-eWMM
birth of a daughter last Sunday. Mr. Bishop' daughter, Miss I NARANJAMiss
Irfra Kennedy I* the former Wilma et Bishop, left this week for Sadie Jncaao Correspondent: FILERCandidate

McCullough of Redland. summer home in Liucrne, N. Y. -""--,.__...- C. I. Wheat U a South

i Mn. Webb Well and three ton Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Albury; of for Dade County boy-
't Mr. and Mn. Elmer Sullivan Blrdon were visitor of Mr. and reared Perrine and
and Mr David Harrison and near
are now living In Miami. Mr. Mrs. A. D. Fogl over the week
State Senator
daughter all of Aihford, Ala. left Sullivan Is employed at Miami end. attended school there.
yesterday after spending ten day Beach.
with Mra. Well's and Mra. Hlrrieon' -
Mr. and Mn. George DcFrese
brother and alitera-ln-law,
i Mr. and Mn. Frank Webb and I Mrs. C. N. Kendenon, her and children, Angelina* and Wilson

Mr. andi,Mrs. Bevo Webb. son Dale, and her daughter, Mrs Walsh nave gone to Dalai her $:;0.000 hat been
Texas, to spend the summer Wil-
r Otto Bcrnecker, returned last week
Mr: and Mn. B. W. Harden announce from White Springs where they lard Hendershott accompaniedthem spent with South Dade
the birth of a tven-pound spent two weeks with Mrs Hen to Dallas on his way to Kansas County merchant sinceC.

daughter, Joanne Marie, at the I derson' sister. where he will visit relative. L. Wheat has been

Poet Gradual hospital June
6 on The Rev. W. B. Pouch of Jamaica Purchasing Agent.
19. Mra, Harden before her mar- Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. Cave, Mrs.
B. W. I., and Mr. and Mr .
rings was Miss Evelyn Camber. I Chas. Turner, Mrs. F. A Fennel *
Harold William
; and Mn. Oeo. W. Turner, Jr. attended and son Astor,
were visitors! of Mn. R. c. Jackson
Mf.; nd"Mn..&J. Wilklngson the meeting of the Biscayne -
and sotv and daughter and Mri I Tempi Chapter of the O. Z. S. on Sunday.H. REELECTWHEAT

Lois Hopson, all of Mount Dora, In Miami Monday night .
A. Amen and Mr and Mn.Klntey I
Ky arrived Monday for a visit with
Watt have returned from
Mr. and Mn. A. O. Cain. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Grantham Lament Fla., where have Y I
Cain 1* an aunt of Mr. Wllking- returned last week from I two- been visiting. they II I
son and.. Mn. Hopson. Mn. C. week vacation spent visiting relatives -

W. Corley ttt Port Mayaca who arrived and friend in Plant City; Miss Joan Graham, Miss Clara 25 years of unselfishand ,i

Tuesday It another visitor and Palatka. Sayert, Burton and H. H. lucccssful public I
Graham :
.t the home of Mr. and Mr*. Cafa.r Every Promise Made
Jr., and Joe Hickson enjoyed I service in Dade County -
Vernon Turner arrived last week motor boat cruise Monday night Hat Been Fulfilled
Mil Adelaide Duval of Ocala .
from Lexington Va., where he
and Miss Ellen Moore of Orlando
the has been attending Washington I I Mrs. O. W. Moody, Jr.. Mill Joan (Paid for by' Friends)
pent week-end with Miss and Lee University. I Graham, Leroy' Jackson, Dolly; (r.. P.awal A.-\-.c)
Ulnor I
Fsyna 1 _-"__,._, '
' Mr. and Mn. JM. McCreadywho Dele Henderson, Arthur Fogle
have been visiting Mr. t and Frank Basso will leave Sunday -I tilt: :.: ;. e. .wt

A. Howarth In' Like ..Worth r*. for. Gainesville, Ga., where
r turned this, week bringing Mn.Jlowarth they will attend summer school FRED P. CONE The Perfect

with them for a visit at Riverside Military Acdemy.Mr I

.- Vacation
Mn. C. r. Ardway of fort Pierce Richard Degler sad sons, \
and Miss Evelyn Tucker of Miami Richard! Jr, and B. B, spent lastweek r Business Man Candidate later pep and energy I bf cow

Beach spent 'thl week-end with visiting friends in Miami lining a bnllh court sad vcalia >

Mr. Ardway who la stationed hereWith for *-plsf while tiling wee
the state road department tai DM aegis Key M HeaIIII
at this world famous lnttiMla%
Bobby Crow arrived lilt week Mrs Vf. W. BT.7, Ccrrwiwanrt I GOVERNORFavors fewxM by Itmut' MM/nUa.

from Northwestern University; at ..... .." ... i where rwJa are ciao sacs
Zvanstown, lit, to spend the m na- -.
The children's day .
mar with hi* mother, 'Mr*. Florence program;
Crow, in Goulds. which was to hive been given at : Health OtMlsuqva and Phyrfctl -
the Community Church last Sunday I OUturt Coowniioa June, Julfaaj

Mrs.1 Elizabeth Fuchs left last evening wa postponed to this A Higher Tariff'jjrt; ,all fruits 4 nee- Anton.. Special ragram acid f fweek.
week for Sunday because of the rainy : : Spates competitive fimsajBtotalninsnt
Cameron W.
Va, where
she will spend the summer with weather. I tables competitive with FIorida-gro erne ciee. bikes, ...

l'j her mother. produce. He believe this ggeaMjidustrymust \ j ale, twlmmmg, golf dancing, +
Jo*. Gay who wa a patient at Congenial mniwiuoiis, FIssmHaa4
teal Mr. L> B. Sommen left Fri Jackson Memorial hospital has;l be protected properly andne will soloroMnt foe everron

'1 day to Join Mr. Sommen In Camp been home since Sunday. insist that our representatives in congress: This great health. sort I)

1 Qoudmont Mentone Ala. I "ufwvlstd by e., Wm. Fonyth returned from the obtain this protection. I Ne drop nWicliMa ace pow

l Mrs: So W. Walker of Perrta is University of Florida at Galnea-, Doas. Natural emhodi eel,. M

o leaving Saturday to Join Mr. Walker villa last week. He Stands for: ..wJW1II and churning MOMtbo .
.' in Buford, S. C. From Buford 1 of fdeadllMis and Sued
r Immediate Old-Age Pensions. fellowibip.Moaenl.
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11 *Social Events "in South bade) "I :




Mr. and Mr*. Ernest P. Roberts
Min Ethel grundafte HOOKS,, On a long table In the dining will wed Milt Susan Whalton of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deden announce moved Miami over twenty yean
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. J. Augustus room wa a marvelous twotieredwedding Miami Beach on Monday, June 22, the marriage of their ago and Chief of Police and Mrs.
ho -lu, wit married to cake in the shape of at S:SO o'clock In the home of the niece, MIll Margaret Jewell Sullivan, parent of the bridegroom *
James Sottile, Jr, 111 the Sacred Greek cross with two additional bride's aunt, Mrs Charles W. Brooker ot Homestead and Miami were among the first settlers -
Heart Church of Homestead Tue,* tier! placed diagonally over the Chase, 1747 Purdy avenue, Miami to Ovid Homer Sullivan, Jr., by here.
d.y morning at 10 o'clock by thRrv. < center section. The It-Ing! elaborate Beach. Judge Boyd H. Anderson of Fort Mrs Sullivan was graduatedfrom
Thomas Comber" pastor of In desert, wag white except for occasional Miss Whalton Is a former Key Lauderdale at his home Sunday Miami High School In 1931,
trie Church cf the Little Flower little peach colored floweret West girl the daughter ot Mr afternoon. 'Mis* Dorothy Deden and she ha made her home with
M Coral Gables The church was *. On each arm of the cross and Mr. Joseph Whalton. She I* daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Deden, Mr. and Mrs. Deden since early
fled with friend Of the yotinfruple I wa a wee green-gowned bridesmaid a graduate of the Florida State was i the bridesmaid and Robert spring.
and on the top tier were a College for Women and I teacher Darning wit the best matt
entered to wee bride and. groom. A tell white, 1A Miami Beach. Mr. Sullivan wa graduated
.The bridal procession The bride was attractive in a from Homestead High School In
the strains of the bridal chorus toper burned In each of the four I Mr. Robert, also, spent his early green sharkskin ensemble with 1(31. H. was prominent In athletics
fifcraLohengrin" played by Mini corner mad by the arm of the life in Key West He baa two, white accessories and carried an I during his school career and-

l4>sake Long FlUpatrlck.! The tub cross, and I candelabra lighted degrees from the University of old fashioned bouquet of blue delphinium has been active in basketball and
Austin Of Miami each end ot the table Peach Colored I Florida and hat been teaching at
tit Dr George *, hydrangea and yellow diamond ball league for the
Beach and O. S. Walker Joseph cloth.gladioli were laid along the the Andrew Jackson Junior High I static Mia Deden Wore I white two years. He 1* employed at past the
Paul Commer of School In MiamiSeveral
and silk crepe ensemble with accesssortes Homestead Station.
Miami, followed four Fresh peach Ice cream wa showers have been given Filling
were to match The bridegroom'smother
Carrie Belle served with the cake. Nut, candies recently! for the bride-to-be by : They are now at home In the W.
bridesmaid. Misses i Mr*. O. H. Sullivan, wore E. Lewis house on N. W. Sixth
and coffee completed the refreshment
her Miami and Miami Beach
aid Rose Caves Homestead. pink Crepe with pink accessoriesand street
Mill Louise SotUIe 6f Miami, stator course.: Punch was friends of sweet
the a corsage peas. Mr. and Mrs. Deden gavel' a
served throughout evening.
of the bridegroom, and Miss I The bride's brother Thomas wedding for the
Alice BlddlingnMer, also of Miami. George M. Trick Willard '1- CARTER STAR OFFICERS Brooker of Homestead, alto attended Couple when upper they returned young from

The bridesmaids were lovely In field and Clarence Hunt provided TO BE HONORED TONIGHT the ceremony. Fort Lauderdale Sunday night
music for '
close fating taffeta frock with dancing. Past matrons and past patron The marriage united two of the Coven were laid for: the bride and
long faring skirts ending In a Present besides members of the of Ad Astr Chapter of the O. pioneer families of the district as bridegroom Miss Deden Mr. Dare-
alight train and ahort-ileeved organdie bridal party were: Mr. and Mr*. C. S. will be honored by the Miss Brooked parents Mr. and iris, Carl Deden, Jr. Tom Harris,
jacket whose large lapel Johnston Mr. and Mrs. e\o a' worthy matron" Mrs. beg W. Mr*. T. P. Brooker, lived In Homestead Thomas Brooker and the host and
pre caught together with tiny I Cave. Mr. and Mr*. Turner Jr.? at the meeting of the for several year before they hostess.
frogs, They wore ate leghorn' tile, Mr*. Hook, Mn. ttoilna Kennedy chapter: In the I. O. a F. hell at
hat trimmed with gardenia and I of Charleston Mrs. Joseph S o'clock tonight Seven Officer I
band of green velvet, And they Piummer, Mrs. O. S. Walker, Mrs. of the grand lodge of Florida, also MRS. qflANDLER TELLS MISSIONARY

carried old-fashioned nosegays of Hugh Johnston Miss Miriam Bur- Are to be.honor guests. SOCIETY OF HER EXPERIENCES IN CHINA
girded flower ton, W. & Walton. George Bow This will be the last meeting of,

The matron of honor, Mr*. W Lonnle Joe Burton Jr. the chapter this season.
Miss foa Sottlle entertainedthe Mr*. A. L Chandler who ha society to meet with her at Roy*
C Walton of Miami, liter of the
members ol the bridal partyat LtiCAt recently returned from a three- al Palm State Park on July SI.
bride followed the bridesmaid WOMEN fcmtEDTO
k tree costume matched their in every her home In Miami on June 10. ATTEND RECEPTION year stay In Soochow, China, wasguect Others present Included Mrs.
honor at a meeting of Flora Vlhlen Mr*. Harry Barber
detail except color It wa
instead of green ; MISS iris UtnlltA The women of South bade are the four circle of the Homestead Mn. A. S. Moye Mrs. 3. A. MoNellt
f peach Little Vivian Austin of Miami TO MARRY JACK BXAKCli invited to attend a reception which Missionary Society at the home Of Mr*. Jas. W. English Mrs.
long organdie Mrs. Maude Whitehead Announced will be given for Mr*. Raleigh PetUwsy Mrs. J. L. Ballard on Avocado r. Fleltas Mrs. J. D. Redd, Mr*. 3.
wearing a green
: froojt and a headband ot colored I Ii the engagement of her wife of the gubernatorial drive Tuesday. Mrs. Chandler E. Davis, Mr*. S. J. Davis Mrs.
i organdie floweret. cam* neat, daughter 1/tts, tq Jack B. Branch, candidate.: In the Columbus Hotel gave a talk on the people In China Mollle Wlngato, Mrs E. J., Dyal.
In Miami Saturday afternoon from and on the work that Is being done J. .
scattering from her silver basket The wedding wilt take place Itt Mrs. J. McLendon, Mr* P. B.
rose petal for the bride to tread the latter part ot June or the tint 4 o'clock to b.The there by missionaries. Bird Mr*. Oeo. Ransofl, Mr*. VI.
upon. part of July .......:....... A picnic lunch wa served oh the van Booth Mrs. A. A. Koestline,
lawn, and during the afternoon Mn. Jaa. Daugherty, Miss Jennie
the bride, on the arm ot her MISS AtHOt."iM\1. baWl!: Calendar ice-cold watermelon wa* served. tobden. Miss Betty Chandler, Mr.
father beautiful In trilling .

wa a
OF JOHN BXANNAN I Mrs. E. E. Atkinson Invited the Atkinson and Mr. Ballard.
white' satin town and tulleveil
nude with a coronet Her I I Miss Athol Byrl n H II.I .June IB-Dad! County Home
sleeves of dolman cut, were long :I daughter of Mr and Mrs. C, ;T, Demonstration achievement day
and pointed, and the bodice I with John ot Princeton and John Law program t> In court house in Miami. I
Its high cut neck wa shirred Infront i rence Brannan, only ton of Mr. June 1 -Petteway meeting for
and buttoned In the back. I and Mn. 1. I. Brtnnari of Homestead women at home ot Mrs. Wm. M. USE '
She carried a white mother-of- wen married tit the River- Bradley al S p. m.
pearl covered prayer boo with tide Methodist Church: Tuesday JAM 19-O. E. S. meeting.
ribbon dreamer la which tiny II afternoon by the pastor, the Rev. June 82-- meeting, of B.p. RexallCream
sweetheart and tube roses had Glen C. James. Mr. and Mr*. Lead )V. C. at home ot Mrs. L. L.
been knotted. I Louhsberry, brother-in-law and

The bridegroom and the best I sister of the bride, accompaniedthe June 18-Ladles' night at Red- Cgpj

p man William Sottlle, hit bl't'ltnlt'.1' young couple land District Lions Club.June .
entered from the aide and Mr. Brannan Who has lived heft 3D-Study class meetingwttH
bride It the altar. for the past 12 Vein attended the Miss Jennie lobdell at 3
Homestead schools Mr*. Bran-
I J,. Harold After K.ltlrOI&1it the nuptial mat gang "AVf Mrs. rod attended, the Radland ,school. p".ru;,. SO-iMeeilng1 of home beatitificstlon -

Maria". by Horan and "Lord, I Am They will make their home toHometteac clues.In high school agriculture w a IresMJess, quick-

Not Mindful," a fcrmtv Miss Flu- !. room it 7:30 p. m. drying liquid. Does
July ,J.- Presbyterian .Men's
patrick played the Mendelssohn not abed up bed
Z wedding march for the recesstorjiL Mail JANET BRADLEY M Club .dinner Meeting\ at home of
MARRIED IS IXDlAVAPOtliMill Mr. and Mrs. J. M. HoUerty. clothe* or wearing

After the ceremony Mr. and Janet Bradley of Indianapolis July Redland District church apparel >Beetle *
Mr Sculls left for a, motor trip who WM a guest at the home picnic in Matheaon Hammock at
through the northern (tatee, of Mr and Mrs Wilmer Cast In 4ptm. ( pain I conster.eti
Among the place they plan to Redlaad during the summer of July ii-Meeting ot W. M. S. blistering In 4 knr
I visit will bbl Niagara Fell* 11)21 became the bride Of Don with Mr*. Ei E. Atkinson at Royal
aldson last I Palm State Park. t).
i I When they return. In three Brown of Indianapolis

1 week, they win make their home week. \
in Miami.
The bride was born fit Miami

Y but hilt lived in Homestead ten CARE

.: Sh U 4 graduate:fofshe \
stead High School \ ; '
Memorial hospital/ train and
Jackson \ .J JJ Beauty
hug school for nurse. # '''A I hoc
a iron of Mfc 'J -
: The bridegroom
W True beauty demand
lye- II
r and Mr*. James Sottlle of Miami the beat of care at all I
: High School and
fttteadttd Miami II
time Whether/ you
.. the,University .t Florida He It / genuine wish I wave I facial,
a cl.Jecitb\ his father In South manicure of COOLS
EUGENE Permanent a or any SOOTHES
Dade .Farm. Inc. and |Is man the other essential aids
ger o{ the Homestead office of lull.'1011.. wtvn-tbuod.em. to beauty you'll find

the firm lasting tvrls-does thelind the skilled operator at I
MItek, Carrie Bell mid Rose of Pet's Parlor
a Det manses you wufcMI Beauty I PROTECTS"r
Caves teHaine4. member ot the | dial' the kM give.. read"4 serve you I
bridal patty let PaW Lodge the For time.
*e > genuine lugtaeV.vtag. quickly any
of their grandparenU,
tome W. Johnston after ; with genuine Eutaettthcis. CreqalgBole. Spiral andCenblnaUea
and MM K.
let 'dress"
us yourhilr
the wedding. rehearsal Mondayevening. for he SMMO, with as PERMANENT WAVES ..
lw at luhjuhiiont and. tatiM The Dixie DrtI
Prices $5 $6 $7 .
teg fac.aad'.MJsI

"' ,oY'1t,1Tal For tht.>, !:.YJ Bush's Barber Shop PAT'SBEAUTY Your Rexatl Storer'

.. &: Beauty ParloiMltLllUe
DR. R GONZALEZ Mail* 533-ft Horn Bid*. I .. .
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I Announcement of the aagegiiment WHEN BRIDE RETURNS FROM COLLEGE
J Social Events of Don Morel_ Kenney, I '-
I son Mr. and I
of fibs Melvin P Min Dorothy Con, of Redlandwiemahe wont.hlpi.
Kerinay of Homestead, ud Min.
Adelaide' COM ho.-fr4I Sfctessj Willlunw I Is the i IdtfdeOdhtrr I
Badutor of Winter Perk University at DeUad tor the of Charles Cox. man.ii< .
was made in Winter
:lllSS CLARABELL 8, Park on June Thwilualvinf holidays hit Ml : 0 Silver' Palm Citrus GIOW.T-.\-
SMITH IS HONORED according to a aocla1ltem in the I
and Monroe Williams of Pirrine change She was graduated! tram. ,
AT PRENUPTIAL Sentinel o| Lime 9. married In Fort
SHOWER THURSDAY TIle article follows were Laudrrdateby \ Redland High School a yen, lto.
-- ; Judge Boyd H. Anderson Noon Mr. Williams Is the son of Mr
MIN Clarabell "Miss Adelaide Backster of Win else kotw of the marriage .*- and Mn W. Williams of Pen the
to Herman Smith Carl whose Thomas engagement B.,A.Mrs.Buchanan, Mr*. Harry Cooper ter Park was hostess to her bridge cept Mr and Mr Ronald Brooker I tie attended Pone d* Leon Him
Pete Perkins, Mrs. Hunter club and an additional table of who witnessed the
was announced ceremony to School and Is now employed
by her parents, Hardln, Mrs
t Mr. and Mrs Dexter Maude Campbell guests Monday evening, June the the secret was kept until the bride Ptrrln where they will make thou
last Mrs.
W. B.
Caves, Jr., Mrs. David eighth, at her home oa Holt ave- had finished her year of collegeTHREE home
week, was given a mlacellaneousshower Barnes, Mn. Mildred Peters, Mrs. nue At the conclusion of the' -- ----
by Miss Elizabeth Horne Orin Smith Mrs :pexter Horn, game when refreshments
and Miss Grace Hobson at the Mrs. W. B. Walton, Mrs WUburn served,, announcement was made were I LOCAL 4-H GIRLS I I ivsggtil.Ig
horn cf Miss Home's ATTEND ALUMNA* CAMP
mother Reed, Mrs. Ntlll Jeffrey Mrs of the engagement of Miss
Mr:' W. D. Horne, yesterday afternoon Marvin Shaw, Mn. Gordon Ivey, star to Mr. Don Mortjos Kenney Back, I Miss Leeds Little Miss Tern GROVE
l The wedding will take Mrs. Thurman, Mrs. Bruce Ennis, son of Mr. and Mn. Melvin p. Robertson and Miss PrlsclUa Freed I
6 place June 28 at the horn of Miss Mn. J. B. Sparkman, MrGo.. Kenney of Homestead TIN, for- are attending the Dad County ;,
Smith's brother-in-law and sister, Barnes, Mrs. Smith Mn. R. L. merly of Chattanooga, Tenn. 4-H Alumnae Club camp In MI- THEATRE
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Thurman. Hobson, Mrs Mollla Thomas, Mrs "Mr. Kenney Is a graduate ami Beach this week. They wereinitiated COCONUT OROVg
Word and slogan contests were ''I W. D. Home, Miss Evyle: pellmg- McCalli Preparatory School of in Into the alumna club on'' Shows 1 and I Admission tae

enjoyed at the shower and a recipe er, Miss Frances porsey, Miss Chattanooga and the University Monday. I Matinee Sal and Sun. |P.
file for the bride was filled la with feathering Harper. Miss Ellen of Pennsylvania and Is member This week the girls In the camp ICO. m.
the favorite recipes of the guests. Huff, Miss Mable Anderson Miss of Theta Delta Chi fraternity. He will receive special Instruction that
Heart shaped chicken salad Marguerite Wollam, Miss Mary is employed by the Inspection service will fit them to assist with the In- 4 UN.-HON.-TVES..
sandwiches, open face cream belle Glbbs. Miss Mildred West of the United States traction In 'e' regular 4-H camp'next
Facts ,sanawicnes,, cinnamon Miss Betty Murphy, Miss Helen of agriculture. week. I Ronald Coleman
toast, olives, home made cake and I Lehman Misses Carrie Belle end Mn. C. O Robertson assisting\ Claudette Colbert
Iced tea were served by the hostesses Rose Caves Miss Miriam "Miss Backster the daughter of In the cafeteria of the camp. i
Burton, Mn. Sue Calvin Backster of Win- Victor McLafflen"Under
I F. E. who Watson were and assisted by Mrs. I Miss Valera Fitch Misses Alta and ter Park, If a native of New Jersey BUNCO PARTY"is GIVEN III
Mrs. Russell
Vann, Miss AUie Hitch, but
Horne. has lived here for a n'4l11- C. B. WALTERS HOME
Miss Monica Forte Miss Dorothy her of Mr. I Two
mends of Miss Smith Invited yean. Sheba graduate of end Mrs. C. B. Walters gave
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas and the Winter 1 Park High School and a benefit bunco cart for the Orange
wen: Augustus
Wynn Mrs. Miss Alice Hobson. Flags"
attended Rollins College, Is. a i Blossom drill club of the I
member of the Junior Wom n', Woodmen's Circle at their home
MRS. STEWART TO TALK JAMES NESBITT HAS Club of Winter Park and of the Tuesday night Mr. Walters won I Tllttts..ra"
AT B. P. W. c. MEETJXG BIRTHDAY PARTY Orlando Little Theatre. For the 1 the first prize; Miss Nellie Mae I Roger
Mr*. Ctna Stewart! will'!talk' on Mrs. Don Ferreyra and Mn. J. put three yean she has held Martin the second; and Grady ba Pryor
the department pf state. at' the Walters, the
O. Nesbltt gay* a party in honor position with the J .M
open meeting" of the Homestead of the twelfth birthday anniversary Fruit Company let prlando." Min LJllii french assisted the "CaseoftheMissing '

en's Business Club and at the Professional horn*"of Mrs.Wom L. of Mrs yNesbitt's age, James, _. ._"" ...... r hostess Others In serving Jello and cake. : Man"SATVRDAT
Thursday present were Mr. and
L Bow fit the home of Son. Ferreyra Sat+ to Tuesday, The next :
Monday evening at 8 urdaf ? **, Mrs. J. T. Martin, Mrs. Jess
o'clock. .tteI'1lOP'j meeting| will e'.aq o'clock June\
After had 80 at the home pf Mlts'Jennie, Lob- Greet, Mrs. Ruby Stalling, Mrl Tins WEEK"Every
Mrs. Vince Betterley, district dl. games been played, Ellen Martin Mrs. W D. Coker, '
rector, will be present to tell the wieners w.rj'routed and a big dell Miss Flossie Gorday Miss Ethel JJIn, Lang
members about the regional convention angel food cake Bearing a birthday Martin Miss Claudia Conner Ar- I.
which will be,held In Miami Inscription Was Cut and' served four Redland District girls who thur Brady, Walter Goldmg Joe f
In August wi th Ice cream. attend Aplne Lodge Saturday
: Camp for Sardle, J. D. Conner Ha good
Mrs. Jan Nesbitt will give a After this the group enjoyed a girls near Chattanooga, Tenn., .plan Crosby, Edward Little Elmer Mar
reading matinee. to attend the annual picnic at the I tin Lloyd. Ernest and Clifford ight"inlosinJ
I' Roman pools, Miami Beach today Walter and Milton French
AREME CLUB MEETS They are Nine Dyal and Henri
IV D meeting day for the study ette Hartman of .
0.0. F. HALL Homestead, Mar-
class of
.' which was held In the I. O. O. T I, changed from Walker of Perrine
hall Friday afternoon Miss Helen
Livingston. won the mystery package .

Turner Present; Jr.were, Mrs.: Mrs A. J5. Ceo Meybem W., UI I G (i r

Turner Mrs. Wen And IJ Miss Johns Livingston, Vivo! Estelle

MRS. HARRY p. WQLf Is Elcfprsecl
Mrs. Harry D. Wolf entertained .
at cards last right for her FOR SHERIFF
ntace\ Mrs. Clifton R. Barnes and .
Mrs. Barnes' daughter Miss Jacqueline OF DADE COUNTY JiOffic for
of Wealaco, Texas, who your repairs
arrived Tuesday for a visit at the
Wolf home, and Mrs, A. f:. tlow- Py f/V FolfQicing( ( r Businessand Why not
I inspect home
arttl of Lake Worth. your carefully for
pthers present were Mr. and Civic Leaders needed repairs and Improvement!? Make ...
Mrs. E. A. Ennis and Mr. and Mrs. Ii list of the repairs or improvements that ;
Ja J. F.--LUMMUS ( your home requires to it in ,
McCready..,. pioneer and former mayor), put first-class
Flit\l W \.. n.,nIARTON (former and condition Well be glad to check your

,,,." f. Brown Confident city manager). mayor .,rte property with you, giving yoq an "t(. C'

:' : .U4 iI Run-pff C. F. SAYLES
Approaches! BE (pioheer physician). mate.THf NATIONAL HOUSING ACTenables
HANCOCK attorney
W. F. Brown, candidate\ for ( ) you to have repairs and Improvmoit
judge of the civil court'of record, DR. P. T. SKAGGS (pioneer physician). (I lade BOW and te per the money beck ta say
Is basing his belief that he will JUDGE A. J. ROSE (pioneer Jurist and monthly payments Mteadlnc, over e period as
trial ....
be successful In the run-off next I lone as 36 t. lt us tiplain this wmpl
judge in H. Leslie Quigg ). >laa (e
Tuesday upon the fact that he led case Y. you mUraut obligating You l if tlr least;
his nearest opponent in the tint DR. A. G. HOLMES (pioneer! ).

primary 1 by the substantial\ total |,'kyARp\ ( t Qr"fl r). .
if )3,240 '
C. J. ERKSON druggist
(pioneer )..
The figures were: W. F. Brown, W. Brooker Lumber Co.
12,332; A. B. Small .092; W. Ross (pioneer merchant). ,
Burton 7,224. Brown carried'II J, D., !iU MAN (Rippfer), ,

'f recincN malj the( and lead tied In( In only'three nine, living pre, II E:,pioneer jUf\NGI-Efi) (Present HWi|| I qrpcery Cp.,. Phone 62 Homestead, Fla. t t

clncts. fie led Small In their horn ,
precinct and In absentee ballots. J 11. CUK-VTIfAM (pioneer merchant), (

Mr. Brown says hV is confident 4l G. TINGUS (Tingle Vafrit Co.), .i

yotedf thai a grey for Moss Burton of f those will who cast JHRS.GEOHGIS A. bill\mNO (pioneer). r.I

their ballots this time for W. r ISIPOB COHEN} (pioneer a.qthor and rnerchan)
Brown teas the lesser of two evils" W. CoIRICE. (attorney).

DR. JAMES AIcCORAKCK (rcsidcnfl yean).
E. F. P. BRIGIIAM (attorney and pioneer resi

1 dent of Dade County and t Cpr/al Gables).

MONKEY S.JSJPOR L. PAUIEU'Flfp (Clf9Pse' Palmer Shoe Co.). I Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate I.I I..

I ABOUT 4PrpNn'sI:1VT: pf D VTIES I Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

I 111 TOCliataiia U |f Need I will appoint such deputies as are tnvtwertbr and
above reproach. In all sections ef the county I will place deputies Conservatory of Leipzig s
who are ao-eplable te the people| Is the ,
Drive area Iher are te serve. I
of west laws not trkwteol ror deputies and have made ne pre......' le [ J
ADMISSION Harems o4;0Q4 Vow approvaL IK this> Kftl**. Tot marl I sppelnt MVT. apsej{ with ,I PIANOFORTE AND THEORY

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..Page Ten TUB L APE ENTERPRISE Friday June 191936.

,.--..-................?.............,..-..- Ms tall he 1, I
swtoWng ax lazily swam
SCHEDULE catfish accidently slapped an Innocent ELECT .

GOOD RECORD I...N.i..MwM,........,W.w .wNww.wiw- bysUndlng bl-valve In the 1 1I
] face Indignant, the oyster snapped E.
June 29 Burton v*
his steel and Mr.
TO CARRY RACE 1 Store: OouMs \"*. Cleolnajer. I Fish found himself awed trap held fast by W. R. BECKERTax
1; June 24-Tax'em More. vs. Rustic r the tall A passerby noting the I
.__ I j I Inn; Clonlngur ys. Brooker. I fish hanging limp from the ea- HOLTRepresentative
Making "i stic'nuous race for one 1: June 89 Burton vs Rotary; wall paused to investigate and 1:
; Goulds vs Horn discovered what I had Collector
of the mont Important offices In I happened
the county W R Becker, candidate I 1 June 2..Rotary vs. Tavern Prying the oyster from the wall.
for tux collector If railing ', Store; Horne vs CJonlnger his laws still tight I damped) to 1
July 1-Burton vs. Rustic Inn; '
attention to his\ record of efficiency r the fish's tall, he di.-pl.'ved; it as
: while filling the office for i i Qoulos vs Broohwr. I li,tt of the story Yu
I Completion of title schedule will
an unixpiHd term and to his 20 I
.1 mark the end of the first half of
years/ or HUocewful business experience i
league competttton.
in Dade County. II
July 3 -.J Roily va Tavern
Mi [Linker friends point out
; Store; Home M Cloninger
that when he took over la* office I III
In September 1034 he Installed a "
system of such merit that It If said II When Catfish stet' Crabs
to boo without, equal In the State A That's News I Ew
The accounts were kept In perfect
daily b. lanre, and during i 81 Augustine, June 18 (FNS
his 10 months of incumbencymore I -When a fish catches an oyster, YOUR
than 8000.000 passed under I that' not new,, but when an oyster -
his tupemviim without one pen- catches a fish Ira as good copyas ,
ny failing to reach the proper depository a man biting I dog Carelessly j

j Group One
Friends of the candidate vouch;
for his business ability and personal GeneralPublic ABILITY HONESTY He will protect the
Vote for
Integrity Mr. Becker assert the interests of Dade Co.
chief reason Ms appointment was
Utilities An Established RecordPaid
not confirmed by the state senate Subject Democratic Primary
was his polntblank refusal to yield June 19JI ,
to the dictates of a powerful political ; leaestead Phone 5IS-M ( lot k* friM4)
machine If he is elected.I HE.Overstreet (Paid tot by a friend)
he says, his responsibility for the
1 T proper conduct of the office will I,
be solely to Dade County taxpayers I
and not to a group of influential j

I Diamond Games

Postponed Until

Monday or LaterRain I for

and wet grounds have '
.I. caused the postponment of all diamond STATELEGISLATURE .
1 ball games scheduled toJ
have been held since Friday night I
J and will probably keep teams
from playing tonight due to the
rains yesterday
!i Rains and other acts of nature
permitting, Monday night will see
Burton' Department Store pit I Group 3
tcd against Tavern Store of Tav-
ernler and the weakened donmger
t Packing Co team paired with the

up-and-coming. Goulds aggregation (Paid for by friends i I

Cloning i r. Smith Mattaon and
Shanklin \ha accompanied the I
i : Future r.u., meta on their Kansas i -Tti
tour, I1 bi ]oat to Cloningri <
., U probably, until the second week in I 7/tiaml Ji.ORIDA
j July anti Aubrey Cheshire after''
attending the state convention In
I: Gainesville. went to Palatka andI' V.pGd I
will not return until fall I

Bill Meade Cloninger manager
I' will probably pitch Cecil Johnston -
of South Miami with the 'II
1 I other end of the battery' undecided j p p f I Gal
whip Could Is expected to pitch 1 hl
Monroe the strikeout artist who]
r rj.
i j. \ ,1'13 of the packer to the shower ; I lit, .gA
: in their previous ,&me. I
t Wednesday will find the two
a teams from the keys, Tavern Store
and Rustle Inn pitted against each
I other In a game which should be Istep
j as, Interesting a* all the game bef -
t tween1 these twe rivals arc In the
f f A league nightcap Cloninger will
i play Brooker Lumber Co.

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Homestead School News
i By Nella Saul {
: A It mar be fun to "tain a chance"-but why gamble when you tl

honor buy razor blades Selling u 4 tot IO1, Probak Jr. Is a doubly Y
I The tenth grade roll 311 8. E. SECOND AVENOAll :
name that were not available for edge blade of know qualitymade by the world's largest pro
last week's school note are: high' ducer of razor blades. It is automatically ground honed and CI' LI
Charles Little, Ruby Dolar, Jane Outside Rooms with
that the la .ra'
stropped by special utmost shaving
" Draper; 'low Iva Dyal, Mary Rant Private Bath process guarantee 1 le
t ton and Moaely Sever comfort and economy. This blade whisk through the stiffen

I COOL, CLEAN, QUET whiskers-glides over the tenderest spots without pull or Irritation

Overlooking Biscayne Bay Prove this for younrlf. Buy a package of Probak Jr. at your
W. Maxwell'SmithINSURANCE I dealer today-and slip one In your razor tomorrow morning. :
lam ? 1 1a
Two Blocks to Shops,

rutE, tl TO, STORM AND: UI1I'hnn Theatre and Business!
If ale-r;

NEWT (G. BALL $1.50siflgle$2.50double .

Rotary PssbtleR'IttR:1Nat'TUIfCE Special Family, Weekly .... BLADES

AND Monthly Bate

,,1\'ftR a.oee"Ace i.Lr1Tis 8. D. McCKEAAr. Proprietor I; A.rtODUCT OP THE WOKID'S_lAtOIST. HADE' MAKERS ,

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Friday, June 19. 1986. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE. Pair 'e\on'!

I out damage that had been done
HOLT REVIEWS by this method of celebrating : Believer'I I
. In Practical Courses
which he said, is a menace to per- CLASSIFIED ADS

i HIS PLATFORM I sons and property. Colin English: leading; candidate Ii I

Gordon W. Ivey light plant superintendent for state superintendent of public

was authorized: to Instruction Insists that education RATE; First Insertion 104 a UM, subsequent Insertions

IN GROUP ONEGeorge make a deal whereby the city will, IM made of more practical v.lue. 64 a line

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acquire a Kohler light plant In exchange u
Only H% of high school grad dates

for electric current. The attend college, yet the course are I I
E: Holt ii making a vigorous auxiliary motor will supply temporary designed largely to afford entrance FOR RENTFOR

race for the state legialature night working faetttttea Inside requirements\ he says He

), In Group One on a li-pnlnt the power plant in the event believes that subjects of a prac- house two TUNING and repairing

platform In which the need for reapportionment of an emergency which shuts down tical nature should be stressed screened porches, newly painted Good used piano for sale cheap
and furnished tor couple W. E. Koon. Ill N. W. SrxJ St
I of Dade to give the main engine heavily for the benefit'of 15% of
Alo -room house two screened -
the county more reasonable representation -
high school graduates who Immediately -
in the senate and house porch, running water, garage REAL ESTATE
Into the struggles of .
go '
of representatives Is strongly em- QUIGG REFUTES: life fruit trees, for couple Ap-

ply W W. Severy, Reddi Dry
Another appealing feature of his

Mr. Holt advocates repeal of thr DEPUTY RUMORS candidacy la the pledge that he will Cleaners I specialists in Rrdland properties

slot machine law which he terms Send of propertyfor
,, keep taxpayers informed as to FOR RENT)ruuiiibd? opt. Also me your listing
;one of the most Iniquitous piece how their money Is spent through sale
cool furnished
neatly cottage
,ol legislation ever foisted upon IN SHERIFF RACE frequent reports during his administration CHARLES t BROOKS
II 118 N. W. 4th St (111-19))
the people of a state, and he Is a | 110 N. E: first St., Miami

determined opponent of a general ---- I
I FOR RENT-HOUM on Redland
tales tax and of any new or additional In a statement yesterday H. ,I "Have you any sheet music at road, a rooms, unfurnished $15 REAL ESTATr-TI who wilt,

taxes of any kind whatsoever Leslie Quigg, eandMate for sheriff : home'" to buy or sell Redland I District
: for summer month House on
he denied emphatically rumors' real estate will find IIp-w-dte! ,
says I Every night; my husband Redland road furnished 8 rooms
He believes that the gasoline that he Is pledged to appoint any I I[ Snores as noon as he gets under 120 for summer monthi. W M listings In our office. Mono of

,: tax should be re-allocated so that particular person deputy la the the coversf'-Ex. Brodie. these listings are still ul subnormal -

Dade County would receive its Redland District He will appoint :I prices. We shall 11'predate :-

share of the revenue from this only deputies that are trustworthyand : LEGAL NOTICES FOR SALE either ;your Inquired of

source and says that the poll tax above reproach and in all sec your listings, all of which will

revenue can easily be replaced by tions of the county will place only I II. the Circuit Cart af HM rirrtalfc Jailklal have our best attention. Now It
i Ircalt .' Flirlda, I bad (
acth. FOR SALE2000 tint grade Tat -
reduction of useless bureaus and : those deputies who.are.acceptable ; Na. (Ml*. the time to buy. B. W. Morris,
I commissions to the peope of the ai eali they J'R DISTRICT hltl lime treea on rough lemuu now associated with H. A. Cam-
i NO. 9 OF BAllR TOUNTV. PIORIDA I IIVItlnwr ( root Sizes ,"4* to >VVPrlcet
t ; Adequate old age penslona, ex-! strve, he declared. I I ... sTATS OF FLORIDA, reasonable Ito w quantity lots eron, N. W. lit St? In Cilizenf
of the benefits of the work- d He I 81 Bank DI4 Phone 72
tension I also refutes alleged propaganda ; :: ..:>........> ., the ll>a MnrWIII J F. Alexander (30 Oak Ave.,
rtwas compensation act to Include to the effect that he 1s an .," R.f..dln. ...... af ...... Tai Fla
more lines i 1'1_.. bate a r.rt af UM _..
and t definite pledge not to accept I asserts Uiat never In.his private or Walsh Won ValMatot kr l wna at This CARISSAS, lOc qt CUTTINGS' -

I any other state position while public life has he ever discrimin- I .J"'iJI.TX: N4 Mar 14. 1114. and SMALL PLANTS for sale In good shape and
I a member of the legislature If be ated against any person becauseof Or SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT Mr*. Ceo W. Kosel Jungle worth the money asked Particulars -

: is elected, also are major planks religious affiliations He refers I NO.Nolle S Of to hereby DADS: .1 COUNTY Ima that, FLORIDA.. am.add Grove, Redland road and Plum- first letter Box 42)1)

in his platform. to prominent Dade County aHM wu duly. mad and xitwMl la mer drive. Homestead. Jlt-26)

citizens of both faiths as his au- I the. .kn a antltM MUM br the HoMmkto
Paul D. HUM Judea W the Circuit Courtof FOR SALE -- Good used piano
SUELTER"PLANS thority for this statement I the Fl.v.nth Judicial Chalt of IhfBUta : WANTED-Man and wife to occu-
I "I am still running a poor man't of Klorld.' In and r.he Coantraf Will tell cheap for cash Phone py furnished house on grove,
Did., an Hay I 1, 1111, unlnM ,... Btalu 89S-J (pjll)
race Mr. Qulgg skid "I haveno I of Florida' Noultlnt It through the But rent free now to Si pt. 1. References -

GATHER paid workers or campaign Attnriwr of aid Circuit to .daw caiMi .. I Box 020 Route No. t.
.. .,
headquarters and the tot* oar of J ao. ItM. Cut kaar of
am depending It rlork' noon, of MM day at the Circuit time to aet 'r.... Dig it, measure Homesteads J1I-19)
I entirely upon the loyal support of I Court Room In the Courthouse IB the City .
Miami la the County of D.... Hi mail| It yourself for S5c a bushel We
IPETUS friends to the office of and
Cir...... why tile muMTMTat rWfundlnx If dug H. M. Lyon.
sheriff' I I Bond proposed ahe' sued by all kinds of tropical fruits and
r. __ School District N sold RBKtal Tin
He called ROOSTER, 7 W. Leghorn vegetables In season Highest
attention to his rec- County. should not ka T.lkl.uH amiconfirmed young
(Continued From Page One) ord as chief of police of Miami for pullets $5 Fryen 65c: Yearling prices and prompt settlement

;. Councilman Ben Morris, at seven years during which time he Andf. /Tom any*hal taxpayer I Ilhtrkt or Itlun No. 8 h.of. MMSpcUI any hens dressed or for laying 80c- Write advising of qUAnlile1avllliable.

chairman of the airport committee, built up the police departmentfrom rats to .how why sold koad should not IIIV Calf 10 mo. old and heifer variety and earliest J.

was Instructed to work with 38 to 365 men and establisheda ba based and validated and nflraid heM to freshen soon reasonable Mm shipping date RAFAEL a DA-
baTor Mid
.how seek MOM
Meadows to
George E. McCasktll city attorney reputation for efficiency that court at Ih. Mid >lMt Bin Sykes.GUAVA VILA Commission Merc-hunt.

.' on the question of clearing the was widely rerognOwd; he MIc1, WITH MS a* 'i-:. out FiorfSi affMalMl 120 Convent Ave., New York
title to the at Miami Ir. Oa>Wr,
airport land In order this. lath. dv of II... IMSR. JUICE fl galtorZ City
that work on the landing I field I B. LKATHERMAN: Clark. of UMChrault per
could be resumed and the project Radio Amateurs Meet Coon of the Kkrramh J.. Jungle Grove Redland. : LEGAL NOTICESIn
dlrUil Circuit ol Florida. m bad foe
completed. Forty acres of the. q9- To Perfect Storm Plans' bade CountyKr Sanl-Sect Pyrethrum Spray for I
acre tract are held by the state F J. ItoitU Deputy Clark..
0 w. rETERS killing mosquitoes, ante flies, the Omit Court af /ka RWmol Jodklal -
y Internal improvement board, five West Palm Beach, June 18 Miami Florida.SolMtor moths etc. Pt 25c gal '1.73. Circuit la and for Dad. CaoMy. d
acre on which the filling station for PMItlonar ,....... N*.
(FNS)-Amateur radio operators (May M : J.... I. 11. ") Edgar Mahan, W. Bauer drive. t. tha MaSse of the AtMIPTION OfCHAR1
I stands were reserved by the original from all parts of Florida will meetIn Wolf) .El RICHARD WHHHKIN .. hv

,. owners, and through some : St. I faat.Natlca.
Augustine July 4. 5 to perfect for ,
af Intention to Aaah AawatlMaf
; oversight on the part of former I plank for emergency network STEAMED BROWN BREAD any Mlnar t Mid ,

r city officials no deed to the remaining : communications in case of hurricanes *W. Need ENGLISH In 1 time Saturday. Lb. coffee can TO WHOMSUKVKR IT MAT OONURRMl.

35 acres bas, ever, been Our SCHOOLS"Superintendent size SOc, with raisins or nuts You are hereby notified that Ih. ,t"k r
: it waa announced here todDY la-Md JOHN A. MATTHEWS: I"d 1'I1.I'r
"' recorded in the cltys name, although by George P. Aldrldge: control J5c Leave orders at S. L. West AHETH T. MATTHEWS: husband and
wtt. will Apply, to one of tko J,_ at
back taxes were canceled I officer of the state-wide armyamateur home. 108 N. W. 6th Sl I tko Circuit Court ,In and for Mile .'.,...*.
as the consideration for the transfer radio aystem Florida, at ... Oninly Court rhnw at Miami
: LEGAL NOTICESIn florid. on the 2Itk day ol ,.- A.
The two day: conference will,be I I D. I.... at UM hour .if S M A. M. ar Muoa .
Bother federal projects contemplated held at the state arsenal where !I tk.rMftor .. said! avvllralloa' nay kaIword ,
af JaVial
for the In Clrroll Cart till Eleventh .. for an order and deer iikorlihi. I
near future are resumption more than 100 amateurs are expected (Iraalt al fhrMa III and Car the aduMkm of CHAMLW RICHARD I ';
of the park extension 1 1 Ins Coanlr In' N.. 4WIT >ON of the af 1
to be quartered as a result b i WHIZ Hit FIRST NATIONAL RANK Of
work southeast of the 1 fUtawa Months. ky I ho Mid.
municipal I of an Invitation "extended by !! a rrpor.ll. plalnllS, vf 1 A. MMtkaM) and KlluVOl T Not- j
power pteht, w irh has beeri afc. Adj Ceo,. VMJnHMifc: ,,Of the 'I NONni'gAD.. THFua, iw.ofent I .::.. koaKaad bad wife. act for thaekandni
proved but, jj,,awaiting fund* due! rl'atda;;! I OP MASTKKH IALH *f *. nan. rf the act. InfwitaMUKU
I NattonaSjCu dj! (blue' 4. karaoy siren l that ender wail 1 t. ANTHONY MAI1NKWHMn .
next.montMnd.the filing ofrfnew ky rr ?f I'orerlwun uiint w th. VMii na uf Hrrtlonaf

projeCf tof the Installation of storm LEGAL NOTICESIn .. ranil.r.a' ,in too above .nlllM lt. to 101' Inrl.Io' ? the Complkd lo..el
W'Oh P
I >" by the H"u..hl. 1- .
I Lam uf I"\.hl. fur?
seiNM and curbs in various partsArtomplete m.-1,, un the 10th day. of June A., 1 nth DATED it Miami 1.1. Connor. Moto., .
o 'city. the Commit Curt 01 the EI.. nV "Knorr" awed Ma.t.r In rhn, ry wl I IITrr 1
comb J. I ,,, :, ,: do, this IWh day Ht Mao A D. l It"
for co andll al I lI )
'" and '" Dl- county. JIIHN A MArrmvietS.FLInAHhCrIn '
: "
/ audit of rii"ifc''c"U! .
municipal I hr hothrt. and ha>t hi"Idrr for ash .I.I'h.
records by. local accountant Notice .f InUnllra to A4...t ..4 Vote For I' from dear ..f the VI... N.t".n.l, ok IRA O. HAYCOCK All.'n... foJohn .
_...... PI..rlda, M nd. '. 11,.
Change the N... .f affect holds of H un >
A. and I BlliabMJtT
working under the direction .of Notice h h..r.b given hit h: und r. ENGLISH 0th day of July, A. U. 10.. txtowaiMhitn II.......... husband mod wlfr
the state WPA and federally financed lunxl will un the lath day ..I July I IW COLIN .if > .... u'.k l AM. and ins Y
.I 10 .iclk .. m nr .. ....." .. dork V. M., the come !hln* a level
was approved by the council .. their Hppllratkn may h- herd ifnt aM day, and the horn th. legal hoof jr.
on motion; of Councilman Rue. to ".. "f the J,.,_ rf ho .bi,v, .I 1..,l for I *.I., the following daarrik.4 pr..| ;rtv: ,
Thiwerk court their prtttlon ipplyln for in ,1\u.f 'In Dade On."ly. Fl"rMa. toot l lI .
) done in connectionW to ..kinrr tlw nun.. end .ulh..rliln* 'I"I of Wrhtonh/ tnt Wnrh N... III "..
atltabeing .., .. ... ....... .hi" .S
gathered throughout adoption by UM of .1. >r J I'r ion > I I W. '" battery na "
the a I.m.l.l nin r hllrlI / II477I .
state by the Florida Leagueof >.ted at Miami. Kl .rlU. this nth I I.., Public Instruction RUMO br.1. NoIns 1 It
Municipalities and It win pre of J... A. D 1966.GROVRR I I kraka mine. : No M.2s7
sent a confidential : T SANraTTR: S*. Trained, Elper lItId. Call Hyuewto"'
review of the \N.'III.
TM.MYwe .
rLIZAHETH: MANGin ,8,1,, ale" : ..adIII I 1
citys bond situation valuations, Humid C. CfBtolkSollrltur ,. able Native of Florida sales uM destroy aid i all "..,. I III. f
and facts to be for P. ltlnur>. ..I not** ,a ka puklfcWd. Pence *-k r o, w
ether .
(l liter\ in (June It, Id: July t. I la.'' I7l. t4ira. ISl _..II.. weeks .n.. ,-.!".. u.. r ,
negotiations with bondholders' I MM coin ....

committees. The audit'is due to r HoiiviirII Could You AA? '
I'h" "
start as quickly as arrangements EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING I nON R PERi .Y A.I.diitur 11

aryl made for a local man to work few CamyMdn.nt
1 JuM IV re July l 1 A- .
In conjunction with i Milton Fuller HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP

project MOTH B
An director M U JUOIISCN, IVop I NOTICE; la HK'tlfllt' GIVEN Indmkliml .., ,1.. 30,000 Milo o. Tires
emergency ordinance, No. 228. W. ... PMIkrlrk .n.IPkllkrkk y--1' "
prohibiting the discharge of fireworks I" N. Fnie Avenue ",one IW big -U. Will un the/ :' ::I''' s
and light I I Jens. ItM p.i.. .wof th Mj o I I
explosives within ..l..> ul the Circuit Court f I h. I ,I. ,
city limits. July 4 and other holidays Mk J..ilrl.l C,...... In .n.1 1.1, lad.
I ("_". Florida" at the C.".rlh..a roO'r..ldo \'
prepared by 1 ,........ to to ....., r aoth"rn. ",
City Attorney: McCaakJlJ on the HARRY'S WELDING SHOP G, adoption ot .. unnamed ,baby I .., r.lw
suggestion Of Councilman J. O seed a.I tl face -..
Wynn. and paased all three read '- PIIILIlIlIto

fogs unanimously In requesting PRINCETON FLA. MORROW 6 MAYM.Aber .
this measure. Mr. Wynn pointed Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding .. CrUnder Blacks ors liar 59, in" a, 'I, '141

Cyllader Bead*. Aluminum Casting. aa d Sellers

Turner's Funeral Home Aileanetlve MMhltw fcepKlriag-Calerlog garages ta main AMERICAN LEGION

bearlag peering and allcswd reatnlar; eeiueeUsig red pouring Far Sale by
14-UR. AMBULANCE SERVICE Mta4e int and flake WwhkMdki
tardy ( p. a., Aawrkaaj Lr toa BMs.M4 Lawrence
Ait.. ... EXPERT ])rose
GUARANTEED I pet ainrot gvuik Kraau Ave., arHOMESTEAD.

bone 114 R l gaestead. .r ,.ewe .: a. FLA. ,

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Part 'twelve .. ''---.... --,- -------mE.LFAIUII.EN'I'EPRIS! .. .. Friday; June 19,1936,

-- but galvanized Iron braces are being State Issued ,from Florid bulb; salads; cooked I Send a postal card- to--Nathan i
PROJECT SPEEDSAS salvaged from the old poles' Florid products; body need and Florida I,Mayo, commissioner of agriculture 'j
wherever practicable) Twelve menu to meet the need; and I Tallahassee, and your copywill
EXTRA CREVREBUILDS calory and vitamin table .. b- sent to yott free. 1.
men are on the lire crew Including I Tallahassee, June 18-A publlcation J
foreman. Unemen and helpers and : that will be priced by every -, ... / ... .'......01. .. "H '_ j
truck drivers
housewife 'Florida Fruits
Rehabilitation of the light plant
and Vegetables in the Family
engine started last Friday and
menu." has been Issued by the J. D. REDD '
U progressing: satisfactorily One
Work Is at Last Startedon state department of agriculture
of the main engines has already
Engine Repairsat been dismantled and th e part Forlda produces a large varietyof Candidate
Power Plant needing repairs or replacementhave both tropical: and semitropical '
been sent to the factory of fhiits and vegetables yet comparatively for
With 1 complete organization oi the Mctntosh-Seymour Co. at Albany few Floridians are acquainted -
experienced workmen on the Job N. Y. It la estimated that with this long list of
rod ill needed material,either on four months will be required to good things for the table. CountyCommissioner
hind or ordered work on the eitjr'i complete1 this section of the proJ- To prepare and serve correctly
$42000 PWA project U moving ect on which eight men are now those fruit and vegetable It becomes .
forward *t full speed and I II being employed by the Trans-American necessary for the housewife ;uf
performed In a very iatlifactorymanner Construction Co., contractors: to know something about the I District 5
according to H. J{. Johnson In compliance with the Contracts food value of them and the proper
resident engineer for the pub- local men are being used combination to assure palatability Your tote and Ei b port
lie works admlnlitratlon, I In every position where their itperlence digestibility and energy I W
In aU probability the first section qualifies them to hold building element solicited; on basis bf my
of the pole line restorationjob the Job The wage scale ranges There are chapters on: Florida's past record of pt ttes .
will bit completed before the from 40 cent an hour for contribution to the food heed Of
contract limit of Aug 1. With 1 ed labor to $I an hour tor un.klU-j the nation; Florid fruits; use ot I ;... ..hiss) i
federal approval of the transfer I mechanics, with a medium of 65 Florida fruit and vegetables; < A4mttmut, '
of $7,000 from water line repair cents an hour for semi-skilled men. cocktails drink and sherbet mad f I
to line work practically assured,i _-
the contracting MAM Construction r
Co. of Miami will be granted i
an extension of time sufficient to ,,, .. Daisy s Chose&Sithbord DatedCOFFEE ."
cover the setting of 600 new elsetrio I 1Y
light poles Instead of the 370 MILK
originally planned.At pa t
Have the
present Its poles have been
act and their re-wiring Is about 3 lb. .. .*4c
40 per cent complete, Mr. John- tall carts-.19C --- --
ton said. New wire, crossarms
insulator and miscellaneous hardware -
are being used throughout Cloth Bag 1 1 r No. 2 Cans

SUGAR53c Corn or Peas
I" lOlbs.-- SATURDAY> SPECIALS Scans ---- 25C

I tlellmann's Mayonnaite PILLSBURY 20 lb. bag

I Yz pints 16c pints 29c quarts 49c

I NUCOA lb.* 19c .


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llb.pkg.IOC: 2pkgs.1.5cWiitesap

ExcellGRAHAH LARD,4Ib.pkg.50cCALF .

- 32c

l-tb. pkg.-- %3c -----Z,9c
FRYERS Home Killed lb 35c
Far West I Golden Ripe

A btt..llone.I..Fearless FRESH PRUNES STEW Lamb, Beef Pork lb.. 12*/c BANANAS31bs.

Candidate for 2 No. cans2Sc DOG FOOD 5 25c 1.3cI
cans - -----

' RepresentativeGroup 3 I MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing "BLUE PLATE" Mayonnaise or

/ pL -15c pt.25c qt.39c RELISH a

j Will Old Work As e PeniiloRs.For Lower Philadelphia Cream Cheese 3 fob 25c 1/2 pt -1Gc pt. 29c qL -, 49c

C.s Tax. Juvenile Protective
Law*. Legislative re-apportloa Fancy White Grain STEAKS, Fancy Western, lb. 25c P
menl. School Aid to the fiscal -
limit of the elate RICE5Ibs..Z5c
power G -
Abolishment Of Blot :Machine. CHUCK ROAST, Western, lb. 17c f7cO
Repeal of Poll Tax: Law
Amendment to workmen SWIFTS CIRCLE S LB. fE1iWI
eempetuaUea and mechanic Ilea
BulkMealor HA1\tS ..
law PICNIC -i- ------ 25c
NO. 2 Cans'Tomatoes

Will Opposes Grits SLICED BACON; lb. 34c '

SALE TAX Slot Machines, 51bs. :ISC
} Taxes Legalised Entoroachment Gambling ef powers, Fell SMOKED SAUSAGE, 2 Ibs. 25c 4 cans -

of Governor. Dairy Maid BulkINSECT
;i 21 year, clrte In Dad worker County member. Lawyer BAKING POWDER HAMBURGER 15c : POWDERlb. .

t American Legion, Central Baptist -
church various fraternal 25-01. can--25c GA. SMOKED BACON, lb.- ... 25c ....--...,-- Z9c
order and Counsel for Democratic FLEE: : ctra AMD BAITERS

"At M Committee.time will I entertainfesUlallev lie CHIPSO med. size pkg. Xc

Dade County affecting without advto.Ing South. fi Q9 B) J

leader, ceusvIUnr* 3, k. WRLU.lJ.ta. with He 32c With 1 Large Pkg. Chipso for 24C .

".ulloa. wa.wtbe.rt.

.NOTICE We Close Thursdays at Noon.k ..
READ IHK WAXT ADS ilL" .... : JI '
s WANT ADS PAY l i: : ,, .! ,


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