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 26, 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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I 'Heavy Rains Flood District).COUNCIL ASKS WPA-'PROJECT, > ,


Commission; Mrs. Walker Re-elected

LAKES; ROADS D. Wet won beck his seat I voting precinct, of Homestead, NEGRO SECTION
; on the Dade beard of county convmlttictner i Florida City, Redland and PrInceto -

. after a voluntary vacation %

if of two yean, by: polling a "Mrs. Nell 1C. Walker of Homestead Tilt WttATllEE 1 I
: SEEM RIVERS majority of 60 votes over Preston was re-elected member of 1I II I Committee Acts as High
B. Bird la the second or run the Dade County school board OltlcM. fcM.....copse of Me saa es..tftao.rteee .I I Water
off Democratic primary Tuesday from District 3, over J. W. Asbury UHo*., ....Hill fk..U*. I Makes
The vote at the poll wa: Bird, Acute.
of Coconut Grove. In the 23 precincts
Max Bar,
Date )1101 1 Eala
OS; Redd, coos Absentee 'tallow her district, which all 1
: of is
June 19_ 87 11 10.Oil .17
Rainfall Keglsterg Near racvlwd yesterday changed the of pads County south of the Ta- June 20. I 89 73 2 .fljU7;' I DISTRKJI OFFICIALS
Six and total to 818 for Bird and 887 lot received total h h I
ly a Half Inches mtam Trail she a June 21... 11 811 '2.110 EXPRESS SYMPATHY
in 24 Hours Redd. of "258. compared to 2,530 for As- June 22.. I 85 81 2ufl .f1

Since Democratic nomination in atet1n\a the first primary Mrs. June 23..1 I I M I 70 39.99 1.IS i
:FARMER USES BOAT this county_h at present tantamount only 83 votes of June 84__ 00 I 69 :2991,147 Suggest Immediate Preparation
to election, Mr. Redd will :'having a majority over her three June 2S.. h' 1 90 I 170 ;2.93S: of Plans for
r TO DIG POTATO CROP take office on Jan. 1 as county opponents, and she was regarded I '
commissioner from the fifth district I as an easy winner for the run-olf I'" Project .

..Waters Recedin With- which comprise all that The race between Bird and Redd
out Doing Harm to part ot Dade County south of Silver I wasxme of the hardest-fought con MAY HOLD RALLY Extension of Homesteads municipal
Palm drive and embrace the test1 in the history of fifth com- sewer lines through colored
Groves mjsttonerl district Both stood FOR town will be sought through II
high in. the public regard Redd ROOSEVELT WPA project Council President
L.: What I* believed to be the greattft KOESTLINE GETS as bolder of the office for U years ; Tom Harris and Councilman Frank

flood condition, excepting asa until Jan, 1, 1938 made an enviable IN SCHOOL HOUSE Rue, chairman of a committee appointed
result of hurricanes, tine 1922 .
Btcord Bird II. chic at an adjourned meetingof
wu brought about 10 the Redland RETURNED HERE worker" and el mayor of Home- the City council Monday night.

1" DUtrletby the torrential and eon"tlnuou stttftor a term which ended'U "If'the UtatheYVft auk threatening Interviewed '-WPV abtlioritleg 'Mj ".
irtuss1 erf Monday, Tueidayand of this earned a I Miami
January year j yesterday afternoon and
HURT IN CRASHThe Saturday, the big radio
Wednesday Narsnja road l
reputation as a "go-getter" In [were told to have the project pro
Itsdlanairoad party arranged by Roosevelt Norm
Coconut Palm drive sad I
final projects: which he under- pared.
inatori to bring President Roose-
,where they traverse prairie
(Continued on Page Seven)
land. ,ro under water and many Rev. A. A. Koeatllna wa velt l speech ot acceptance at the II Action to have the sewer lines
/ Democratic convention in Philadelphia *!extended through the negro sec
a going home from election reappointed pastor of the Homestead -
polls Tuesday night was suddenly Methodist/ Church at the I to South Dade Democrat tion followed a recent Investigation -
in water that cam ever the floorboards ninety-third annual Florida conference : C.:OF C. TO WRITE assembled in mats meeting in.j I by a councUmonlc: commiltre
of the M. E. Church-South, Legion Park, will be held in the I of insanitary condition there It
and and the Rev. H.(;.Cow Neva King Cooper auditorium I was found that toilet faellttk
Newly .!J5(. a half inches of in Miami SEN. LOFTIN OF '
rain fell In the 24 hour ending an was ....ppolnteellJUtor of the The meeting will begin at 8 p. WeN wholly inadequate and defective -
at 8 >. m. Wednesday accordingto Silver Palm Church. m. C. D. Wright, president of the I The heavy ruin and high
th {U. S. rain gauge at the Sub- That the telegrams and let- WATER SURVEY Young Men Democratic Club of water this week brought about a .
situation o acute that
only the
troplini Experiment station here. ters from civic organizations in Dad County, and Former State
fact that city water Is available to
Th| colored section of Home- this district asking that Mr. KoeJt- Attorney Vernon Hawthorne will
M stead' boi, been several inches line be returned were not waited I' Florida) new and, at present, be speaker on the platform pro- residents of that quarter save It
underwater. Car using Eckman Is evidenced by the fact that onlj senator, Scott M. Loft in 01 gram which will last until 9 o-: from the threat of a typhoid or

drive] or W. Sixth avenue In Bishop Sam H Hay announced he Jacksonville, will be apprised of clock, the hour of the presidents I dysentery epidemic
Homestead, have been up to their had slated the Homestead pastor the water) control project now In broadcast' Orchestra mania i* The committee will ngage the
hub cap and running board in for transfer but bad changed hi* Its survey stage in South Dade being engaged. services of .n engineer to draw
watef and the ultimate aim for Wra. W Johnston, plans and otherwise prepare the
for moat of the way from mind after arriving at the convention County appointed :
N W. Sixth street *<* francl ; an ambitious project to be financed chairman of South Dade Roosevelt -' sewer extension proJect. 1 1

colored town's1 main itreet On the way back to the conference by special federal appropriation Nominators by James Farley The same committee, composed
Chief ot Police O. H. .Sullivan after performing a marriage according to action taken chairman of the Democratic national 6f Mr Rue Henry Brooker, Jr,
1 residence at Sixth avenue and N. ceremony m Homestead Sunday by the Redland District Chamberof committee, said )yesterday and J. O Wynn, re
W Second street had the appearance afternoon Mr. Koeitline and Miss Commerce at It* regular meetIng membership tickets In Roosevelt tative selection of rketheb'k I.t

1 of a houseboat-and many Marybelle Qlbbs, daughter of Wednesday night Nominators are being bought at bounded by N. W. Second avenue,
other home* had the time appearance I Mr. and Mrs H. M. Glbbs pf Preston B. Bird suggested that a satisfactory pace He believe N. W Eighth street, N. W, Third
The only time comparable Homestead, were injured when a the secretary be asked to write that a record crowd will turn out avenue and N. W Ninth street, asa
to this week was In 1122 old truck darted out of a side road Senator Loftin on the subject and Saturday night to make the president Ate for the storm shelter arid
timers lay When water came up (Continued on Page Eight) ask him to get In touch with 's acceptance speech/ the occasion community building which the
in Crow Pharmacy and in West I Congressman WUcox for further for a monitor Democratic city; will ask the WPA to locatein

I Grocery (Continued ort Page Three) rally Homestead. This project, also,
..,. The water Is draining off ONE ARMED MAN will be immediately preps.
ly however, and little raPid-I' Soil Conservation The project for
fruit tree I* expected from standIng Program Benefits municipal swimming pool \ ,In
water The East Glade knee process of preparation
I Now Available to Growers of Dade
deep and more' under water but I' I

practically, Crop! are left at SKIDS INTO TREEHarry t
this time of the year Some tweet AUSTIN BURSTS
I The federal soil conservatlosi I I ruined millions of acres throughput
potatoes.were out and one man
: the United States. It farmer I
was using a boat Wednesday to Franks, 88, collector: for program whereby payment are and growers of Dade County will INTO FLAMES IN '
I dig his crop before it became made to growers to encourage ,
,RedUmd Motors Homestead Ford I I top and study the farm problem
them to keep part of their land
water logged.Monkey agency, wa killed when the pick i of Dade County they cannot help
out ot cultivation or plant soil
i up truck he was driving skidded but realize that the days of exploiting COLLISION HERE 1 1i
it order not
building on
, Doo Increases from the road and crashed againsta crops the farm soils is fast coming .
,to wear it out is now available to
Population of Jungle tree just north of Le Jeune road all farmer and grove owners In i, to an end. We are now on the i Fritz Schr'-f Florida City
on the Dixie Highway the heavy verge of a permanent agriculture
.v Monkey Doo-W the Tropical rain Tuesday afternoon. Dade County, according to an an- (Continued on Page Eight) suffered two broken ribs, M negre .
Monkey Jungle on Halnlln drive No one saw the crash. OtU nouncement by County wa knocked unconscious and an
east of Aladdin City U the proud ,tin of South Miami saw the Agent C. H Steffant this week. Austin automobile went up Inflames i
., mother of the fourth baby monkey .ed truck against, the far-I! "Each farmer or grove owner To Reorganize Local when the Austin ran into
which, has been born In the Jungle, the tree and investigating, must fill out a work sheet as soon Post of VFW Tonight the rear end of the parked automobile -
I Jo*. Du Mood the owner, report Franks' slumped Over the steerIng possible to be eligible under of Wm. J Ctroutmo, d
It was born Sunday night wheel. At Turner Funeral the program fat the 130-27 crop ;marshal .f Florida City, al about ;
The troop of monkey free to Home where the body was season to receive any benefit A meeting of the Harry O Hall 1Q:SO Monday night on South A
roam the jungle now Include four brought later.It was found that the payment," Mr. Steffanl said. post of the' Veteran of Foreign .Krom avenue a short distance j'
female and two male adult and neck was broken and the chest "The destruction of the soil and Wars win be-held at the home of 'South of the Florida City-Home rg
of soil fertility by over- Ceo. M. Sonnlchsen in Florida, stead boundary
: four babied born since October crushed. depletion
Sixteen other simians, 'man? of Although he had only one arm,' cropping and.ovef-grating In the City at sj clock-tonight for the Gefoalmo accompanied b y f
them "rare are kept In cage outside Franks I* laid to have bees a f Unlt4 Sta rrsit0Ili srtly f> conse- purpose of considering reorgani' Schroeder, going south on Kromet "'
the wall of the big cage consistently fait driver, and tb* quenc* of off Of development sation of the post had stopped his car at the right o
which Mr Du Mond ha erected fuel that the ,plr* tree against] ?and exploitation. The All veteran of to..111wan side of the road to Investigate a 1 '

for tile light-seen who come to which the truck crashed wa practice :g! AR ih k'.-.,M9u! ,blo'trdopptr *no reside In .D'uMte4'to suspicious \ lathe ti-
the jungle, (ConWlUi) 611 Pose 'Tw'cI' 1 1 'b M17 Wl (aftltI iTd tkingltruck

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e Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. June 26. 1936. ,'

to-date home for himself on the rue; Mr*. Carter::: second prize fora At the Office .
mlllIlIlIllIIrlIIlIllIlIIllIIU1I1l1111l1l1U{ !
Dixie Highway near W. A. King AUSTIN BURSTS +-H Club suggestion; and N...' M... Hew: "I woooW if I could '
Contract was let this weak and 'Harry D. Wolfe, third prime for borrow your rug" beater Mrs.

20 Years AgoD1l1l11lllnllllmUIlIllUUUlmllllmUII building I II to be finished by Sep INTO FLAMES IN a 4-H Club auggeetion. Peck." r..
tember Itth. There will be six About twenty from e ca of the, Mrs. Peck:: "rm sorry,>Mrs.> Hen, \
mom and bath on the first floor, local club attended the county i but he doeant get home till five
and three rooms' and bath on thai' COLLISION HERE meeting. o'clockPaso World News.
!! { !! !!! { l second floor ...<

The ....... ..... we ..- w. -Prof. Fisher and family Will
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__-- wa..w. r9. 39116r leave oa Friday for Miami where (Continued Front Page One) 1
Os Moab rho"* -- Mrs. Fisher will stay for the sum- vicinity. Scbroeder..wlll out Green: Lantern: Restaurant

mar with her sifter Mill Dean of the car when the Austin crashed ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
-"& E. Edward has given up Prof. Fisher will go to Nashville, Into itSchroederrs tVeslenxT-Bane Steak Disuse Me Chicken Blamer 'Ie
him position la the postoflloe and Tenn. where be will attend the ribs were broken by Regular Dinner.. Vegetable Plato St*
I* now In I. T. Nixon's store." summer school at Peabody gad. the open door of Ceronlmo'i' car. All IUd* at H_.... Sandwiches
-- The Syfce packing house WM legs for Teachers." "t A minute after the crash' the Austin -
purchased on Tuesday by W. D. -"A. R. Livingston la expectedto broke Into flames. Its white
Horn and will be torn down soon return from Cape Sable on Fri driver afterward identified .aa ,'
to be replaced by a concrete struc day" 4- Bill White of Miami fled the
lure --Mrs. C. I T. Fuchs and Miss scene. A negro' remained slumped "I"II
"Frank Rue and Charley ruche Ophelia along with Mia UttJefieW" In the seat of the Austin, and Ge-I "II
were fishing In the bar on Sunday "and HA Kemp of Coconut ronimo and Schroeder turned "THANKS
and the claim If that Frank caught Grove Mrs. Fuch's house guest their attention to getting him out I
.i 4} pound barracuda. Sounds motored to Miami on Thursday.' of the burning car. He was unconscious I
fUhy doesn't It?" "Ralph Moon and wife have returned and badly cut .
W r Peimtagton took charg to Homestead to live" The Austin was a total toss. wish to take this means of thankingthe

',11 Monday of the Homestead -"8. L. Bigger has bought the Geronimo's car was not seriously voters of District Fire for their
Lumber Co, recently purchased F. B. Hob\>>' lunch stand and will damaged. No arrests have been ,. supportlin
by W D. Home." make a number of new improvements made and no charges have been I. nominating me to the office of county commissioner ,
'Ben Fountain slipped off to MIami preferred. I
on Tuesday and was marriedto "Chesley Saunders I II now workIng I and I assure all of thejpeople of this
Miss Mary" Watson of Key West at Cape Sable."Jeffrey ." Local Clubs Win Honors |
district that I will do in .
Congratulations, Ben." i- and WyckofT new sawmill -I everything my power to ,
"L T. Nixon who was In poor out. Mowry avenue I*now run- At Achievement Meeting; serve them faithfully in this office.'i I
health for ton tune,bat taken the ning."
Redland Home Demonstra-
Teller treatment and ta BOW much --JA farewell reception was tend The
Improved.' ered James M Powers and wife ion Club was awarded first hon-
-"C T. Plummer left Monday for by members and friend of the ors on the five-minute achievement J. D.Redd.PLANS .
extended trip through the M. E. Church and town' peopleon skit It presented as it* stunt i
North. Mr. Hummer goes tint on Friday evening 26th." st the county. Achievement Dayrogram
held In Miami Beach last .
to Illinois." (Florida City) > .
-"Ask Ben Bigger what time he Margaret., OUle and Mable: Friday. The skit was an up-to-
got home Friday a m." Robertson went to Miami Wednesday date version of "Old Mother
-3. S. Cave and family win on the morning train to I ardn written and read by HUb-1
spend the summer at their old stay with their father until Sunday -; E. M. Froscher' and acted
home Lament. Fla ." afternoon." (Florida City) i Mrs. E. A. Carter who
Tom Parker I* overhauling his part of the heroine and Mrs. _s
*.. f. 1916 .."."' car. Too bad Tom can't let a ear Easton who was the dog. Both t
alone when it I* running good."Howard ." the actors were In costume.
)In L. L. Bow and eon Mac,
The Homestead Club's stunt wasa
have gone to their home In Michigan Lamb has been appointed -
mock canning session at the end
to the of WesternUnion
where place
they wW spend the
agent recently vacated by' of which 25 cans of tomato Juicewere
Mr OdeU." given out to the "unemployed.
'Regular council wa held on
Mrs. L. C. Waldron of Mowry
Monday last with thoM
i evening Mrs. a M. Cooper told of the
avenue who has been wl'1l1ck II1mprovn. .
member prevent: J. D. Redd. D.
." emblem worn by the Homestead
a Flowers, W. F. Winn. W. J. L.
crouP and Mn. C. Oole of
A TweedeU J. "
t Cochran.1'
the emblem worn by th* Redland
-- c. Selfert who wa taken to ONE ARMED
Miami on Monday to undergo an I IJ'OMfa.. Frank Hausman was
operation, la Improving and win awarded first for canned
week probably return some time next KILLED AS AUTO I products and second prizes for and MATERIALSIF

: sunshine symbol and knitted
'John M. Bauer and family
with Thomas Brewer and Mrs. Mrs. A. D. Smith won first prize you intend to build a home of your own, you ,
Brewer left Wednesday a la Ford
on a thrift dress and second prize
for Atlantic City N. J, where the (Continued From: PaIge One) I on a silk dress. could not choose a better time than the present -
Mercers Brewer
and Bauer willrepresent
the broken off a short distance above' Mrs Ceo. N. Wakefield won service and aid is available to the :
In Bank of Homestead the'ground I Is taken aa an Indication tint prize for doing the most Every ,

mats the there annual la July.Mr convention." which that he was driving at a rap-; tome beautification work duringthe homebuilder. Materials and labor were never 1
Id rate of speed when the year.
-" WiU Mahan. treasurer of ,dent occurred. accI-l Mrs. Cooper won second prize morereasonable.. Financing, guaranteed by ,I
the Redland Woman's Club wasa I for' linoleum tooling Mrs. Emma )
The body will be sent to Jack
delegate to the state meeting of I the federal makes home owner
sonville where Franks' widow and Moser second prize for a crochet government,
the club which met In Miami last
week""Mrs. children reside. Frank has been: ship the safest and wisest investment any
connected with Redland Motors:
Mr- Sawyer A. R and Wsldin's niece Mia mother Curry for the last two years, during Turner'' Funeral Home family can make. We shall be glad to help you "
which time he boarded with Mr
of Miami are present house T. with plans advice financing and materials. I
guests at Mrs. Waldin's attractive and Mrs. E. Evans He made I4IIR. AMBfLANCE SERVICE ,
home." frequent trips to Jacksonville tobe
e e'Mrs.. Ma Summers left last with his family who remained Lady AtteadaatFkOM Let Us Assist You in Getting
Friday tor Missouri on receiving there to take car of .their home "'"R Homestead ra.

word that her daughter wa very In that city.. Loans for Remodeling

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-'Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb and Min
Gladys Carter were Sunday visitors HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP W. D. Home Co. Inc.FRANK i

to Florida City Beach where M. D. MCOBSEN' Prop. .

} they enjoyed a dip In the bay." t0 N. K_ Arfom DMA I1M
--'1.1.. Free will build an up L. SKILL, Owner



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Citrus and Avocado trees are needing fertilizer to overcome storm damageand I Registered Land SurveyorBOX

mature this season's crop of fruit. Redland Brand fertilizers are MM HOMESTEAD, FLA.

f t adapted to this purpose.Florida I ."



i East Coast Fertilizer Co. : PRINCETON, FLA.

Portable Eleeu-ta and Acetylene welding on Cylinder Black,
Cylinder Heads,Aluminum Casting cad BoII ra.
i. Manufacturer Redland Brand Fertilizer :
Aitometlv MacUsM > *lrl f-Catering to garages ta stabs

MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS i inGNJ beagles pawing sad allo4 --. eoamecUsig red fouiagaA
boring and tyllader kerla*.
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Friday.. June 26,193& THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Three

Plant Zinnias Advises i was appointed to co-operate with eat extent from the federal soil
University ('ount) Agent C H btcffanl conservation program
Specialist I In ascertaining how Dad Countvgrowers 1

TRACED THROUGHBY Gainesville, June tS. Garden SEN. LOFTIN OF could benefit to-the full- READ nil WANT ADS

owners still have time to plant zinnias -
CHEVROLETDetroit and several other species offlowers WATER SURVEYContinued ,.:
says John V. Watkins, assistant ,
horticulturist In the University ,
of Florida College of Agriculture aIAN ) ";
June 25.-The editor of ( From Page One) A
the Chevrolet deafen magazine Zinnias.hold first collaboration in plans to push Uu
place hummer
as ,
have been doing research work, flowers in Florida, Mr. Watkins project when It la out of the survey -
seeking the origin of the expression says. Persons wishing these stage. President Ben Arctic i '
O. K., In response to Inquiries plants for early summer bloom asked Mr. -Bird as chairman or
received from its readers. still have time to sow seed or buy the chamber of commerce water I' I:
The control committee, to write the
expression figure to largely -
small plants. There
In the are scores latter as he it most familiar with I 1 Y
company used car advertising different
of Armies some of
which features the the most popular being the new the subject. I I!
"Guaranteed O. K. tag" affixed to Scabious-flowered strain, the Fantasy Archer reported that O. A.1 I ISandquiat
reconditioned used can, that dealers the Desert Gold and the Valencia WPA district: director,
became Interested In it* hta- the latter having flowers said in an interview this week I:
tory. of a striking burnt orange color, that work on the survey was held I I
Several plausible explanations the horticulturist points out I I up by lack of sufficient technicalmen Ii II'
have been uncovered. One of the If gardeners want zinnias available from present relief (
most likely I I. that the expression blooming the tall, they must repeat rolls, but It was expected that a
1* derived from a seaport on the sowings of seed. new act up due to take place July
southern coast of Haiti, which was The rudbeckla, cone flower, or 1 would remedy this situation. He
a famous source of black-eyed Susan also told of plans being drawn for
superior rum ; u it is often i
and tobacco shipped to the Amer- called, may also be planted during the repair of the municipal swim fW&4
ican colonies. The name of the the summer Kelvedon Star ming pool and gave assurance that
port was Aux Cayes (pronounced"oh and My Joy are two very good no plan would be adopted without Q
cay"), The colonist buying summer annuals and they providea full discussion by and approval of
rum or tobacco would ask, "I* it change from the widely-planted the civic club-council committee.
Aux Cayes?". If it was, they knew, zinnia Flower 'o*! the black- Minutes were read of a direc
iti WM good. The words lOOn be- eyed Susan are borne on stiff wiry tors' meeting held Monday at
came a symbol for good quality stems that are conducive to ar- which a loan et 150 to the Homestead
but the letters O. K took the placeof : tistio" floral arrangement These Chapter, Future Farmers,
the word when written. by: hardy annual are grown from was voted. The check was sent (
person not familiar with the real seed sown at almost any time during immediately to Merriam. Kan., to
meaning. I the summer Mr. Watkins help defray expenses of the tour
Another theory trace O K. to point outOrange the boys are now making of the r
the Choctaw Indian In their I Flare the new Klon- middle _It.
bartering; with other tribes!; they dyke cosmos, It another heatloving At the request of G W T Snare,
word annual that Is becoming a committee composed of T. K: Kirby -
used the "okeh" to designate -I popular ,
a piece of merchandise or In Florida flower garden Paul Reynolds and Mr, Snare
livestock u fit and good. This variety bloom much earlier
Others hold to tht theory that than the old variety of yellow cosmos
the horticulturist says. It Is OIET TRUCKS
the Initial O. R., meaning "order'
ed recorded," being carelessly as easy to grow as any annual
Torenia. or wishbone
flower, Is
written on documents, were misread
as O. K. and so came to stand another nest-loving annual that
will survive the summer rains In I
for a symbol of correctness. It is
also asserted that O K. as an abbreviation Florida Germination I* rather I
slow, but a good stand
}: for Artemus Wardsspelling usually results
' I if proper care 1* given the
J of "all correct,, tint gain
seed box This
I plant takes root
I ed
currency among tle-
, readily from cuttings and
this Is
I .', graph operators.i the best method if cuttings are I
j another Inspector that yearsago available, Mr. Watkins explains ( 4
!i customs whose Initials There are several varieties of
I were'"O, K." stamped thorn Hemerocallis, or daylily that may
i i on bales of goods that he passed.As be planted during the summer.
a verb, the Chevrolet publication also, he say*.
says, the expression should g hx
be written O.K.'d or O.K.'Ing, these letters wen carefully checked '.
As used by Chevrolet dealers reconditioned before being i 1 r.. >i s
O.K. means that used cars bearing put on display, +
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To the Voters of District 5: I

I'wish to extend my sincere thanks to the I

hundreds of friends for the loyal support accorded Ii

me in my race for the office of county i

J commissioner. And only to say I deeply appreciate

the vo e, is putting it mildly Now

that the election is over I would urge that we NOWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD
all join in the fullest cooperation for the best

interest of the district we have chosen as our wffl ,jrott find a truck with all these ftattut at such low prices.
home. t

---. Nowhere else to the world wiD you

: PRESTON B. BIRD :!!MK* find truck that will live you neb
r I.n mUTECTEDHTDKAUIIC ,-.iM great putting power at such low NEW men. ,
price: a* the new 1936 Chevrolet! COMPXEISIOMVA1VEIN.HCAD '

BRAKE Nowhere ."'IG the world will you find !track

al?may. ..sold h...... that are so extremely economical ire aO ENGINE

I j--..-lInIcbt"- round duty! whh la*-t .

a" .And Bowbert else la the world MIl you And ismeand ... ..... ;
trucks with such outstanding performaace _; y la gas and oil
To Friends in
My comfort and safety feature a* a IIi gb. r
NEK Compression Valira- .Itead Engine, T?- t
I'Utl.-TJI.IltDaD Perfected Hydraulic Brakes. "Full-Floating I'ULI..rI.OATING .
South Dade
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THE LEADER-EYTERFRJSE ------J. X95 r per Cent of Nation's Grapefruit Hider Praise I
Highways Plan
Published Friday at Horn* By Donald Lair I And Orange Crop Under Market Pacts 1 I

stead. Fla., bjr the Booth Dade ,HNW HHxHH.HMH................"....."_ Tallahassee, June 25 tst** i
Publishing C*.
Monday morning of last week Gainesville June S3 More than placing It In the hand of eonumen. -I liabtnent of 200 too rights of way' !

t twelve members of the Redland 89 per cent of the nation's orange The demand for citrus i i for Florida highways, started two j
BEN AKcnta.Eater4 __-EdJ," chapter of Future) Farmers, with and grapefruit yield now IB included fruit, the report stated 1 II such yean ago by the state road department .
their adviser M. A. Baker left under marketing agreement that after deducting cost of harvesting I
via truck to attend the eighth an- according to a report received by packing, transportation, la receiving commend j
aa _* UM wail nual convention of the Florida tioa of safety
the state agricultural extension and telling from terminal marie- nd.praise group \
pause March ... lilt at the port Association of Future. Farmers of :
service from agricultural adjustment eta, grower receive lower prices and organization over the action,
.Hie* at '-'- .. Florida ender America, and arrived in Gainesville
from the
administration official In and smaller return
tine art .t Mare 1. 1171.Sim. according to Chairman C. B.
that etening.Tuesday volume than
Washington.With marketing of a largo
tint I from smaller This coupled Treadway; of the department.
morning, the day a marketing program now a one. ,
of the convention, we went to In effect In Florida and with the with reduced consumer income, "While the wider right of war
MICE ltd A flAIL Olen Spring for our swimming marketing agreement which bat account for the low price and returns have not been obtained in many 'j
t contest Our swimmers were John been in continuous operation In during recent year place along the highways, we are
lior gardt, Billy Hllson, Wilbur California and Arizona since January Confronted with the prospect of working toward accomplishment
HONEY: A GOOD SWEET Wood and Richard Crawshaw In 1834, the movement to market larger crops than In past yean, of this end at a* many place a* '
the afternoon, our Judging team of more than 8S per cent of the citrus producer ID California possible, and generally are meet;.
Honey costs more than sugar composed of Willis Baxley Alvin nation's production of oranges and Arizona, end Florida realize that ing with full co-operation of abutting
bought at retail but many people Prothero and Warren Wood, participated grapefruit will be subject to regulatory In the absence of decided improvement property owners," Treadway
like the flavor and keep it on hand. in the livestock Judging measure designed to Improve la consumer buying said.
Others who keep bee naturally contest and Judged draft horses price and return to growers -,I power control ot the volume of "The improvement of traffic con
dairy cattle, sheep, hogs, poultry the report said. fruit marketed on an Industry bas dition from every angle and particularly
prefer to use honey whenever they and beet cattle The price and return producer is 1* pecesMry for assurance of ,I from that of safety hat
can to save buying sugar. Many We attended, also, two official receive for a crop depend on fair price and return for their I been noted In the area where the ,.
ask question a* to its food value meetings, when our chapter was the nature of consumer demand products. To effect this control wider right ot way have beenestablished
and unei. represented by Wilbur Wood and and the charge incurred In preparing U the prim purpose\ of the marketing I and has proved without <
1 addition John Borgardt, our delegates. the product for market and agreement In these .tate*. any shadow ot doubt the wore
Honey I* a wholesome "
I thlness. ot the Idea
Wednesday we bad another official
to the list of sweets which children >
may have and It may even be used meeting In the forenoon, and Studies Show Squash ops nowadays, but lack of Vitamin I \
la place of sugar a* a modifier of I' the dlamondball tournament got C in the diet give trouble never Matnalogists Endorse t
Source of Vitamin A
under That afternoon the
milk for infant. It is assimilate way theless.
because It 1 composed dlamondball was finished and we National Project .
cosily I Other studies by the department -
largely of simple sugars. These got some watermelon and wen Gainesville June 25 Florida I of home economic have '''t,
are chiefly fruit sugar (levutos) to the Devtrs Mill Hopper to tit families need not suffer' from slack : shown that yellow crook-neck or Miami, June M (FNS) The '",:
and grape sugar (dextrose). Honey them. We climbed down and up summer squash arc an excellent American Society of Mamsloglst. "
contain only a email quantity ot the Hopper, then went on to the : ot vitamin in their dally source of Vitamin A, whose members from all over the .
cane sugar (sucrose). Honey also stale vocational forestry camp .t meal even though the supply of amounts comparable to contalnln'j country are banded together for' ",
contain small quantities of "xtria CTleno, near High Springs.On citrus fruit will be greatly reduced In carrot Deficiency work in the Interest of native '4e
and gum and of such nun- the way there we visited a this summer says Dr. min common lir the summer, results wild life, recently passed a reto- j,,
ernls a* Iron, calcium and phosphorus packing house where) roasttng- Oulda D. Abbott, head of the department in low grade Infection and lution endorsing establishment' ot L
though not enough to make com was being packed and loaded of home economic in I abnormal redness of children' the Everglade National Park. : "
it an important source of these I for market and tobacco barns the state agricultural station. Her .eyes Their sanction: according to Ejv |>
mineral m the dlot It ha DO detectable -I .where tobacco wa being cured, studies have shown that :fresh 4 Vitamin A can be stored In the nest F. Cot. executive vicechairV I + -.
vitamin value accordlnto When we arrived at the forestry strawberries and canned strawberry body, and Dr. Abbott recommend man ot the Everglade National
to studied ot sample ot wall i camp, we enjoyed "hot dog juice are rich In Vitamin C.I liberal consumption of squash Park Association, bythe
and buckwheat honey madefrom roast provided for us by the Chilean the nti-acorbutlo property *o while they are available, a* ameans society at its eighteenth: annual
different part of the country I Nitrate of Soda Education prized in citrus fruit Tomato j of building up resistance to meeting In Philadelphia. Cop .
mode by the U. S. department Bureau, and Mr. J. F Banemore jute long hat been a substitute, eye trouble In children. Summer tea of the resolution were forward' ,,
of agriculture bureau of home I of the bureau distributed the for citrus Juice, alto. usually bring scarcity of vegetables ed to the president of the United ,
economics. Aromatic .ub.tance'l prize won by Future Farmer 111 Bleeding gum and aching Joint containing Vitamin A, and States, the governor of Florida, ".I
give honey their characteristic crop and essay contest sponsored la children are early manifestations ( this vitamin stored now In the various federal department head
flavors. I by his organization. Warren Wood, of a deficiency of Vitamin C'I body will help to carry the child and executives of the Everglade
Unless tightly sealed, honey Alvin Prothero, Wilbur Wood, and she says. Scurvy seldom devcl-i I through the hotter months. National Park Association.
should P0. stored in a dry place Marion Henderson won prizes I '
f Otherwise, it i* likely to absorb amounting to 27.00 cash la these
moisture and ferment like any contest, ,>
t other sugar imp. With few *x. On Thursday, the final day, besides -
tepUon, all honey crystallises on I attending the regular official "
aging, but can be liquefied b) meetings, we went on an educational .
warming "Sa moderately hot tour of the experiment station i sw. ;$""
rater (not above 140 'r.). I farm under the guidance of '
Uncooked honey I* used M a I Dr. R. M. Bamett of the department ."5t a hNCttt tn.Flttnt5f

spread, as 1 sweetening tot fruit, of chemistry and soils who '
beverage and cereal, In sand explained many of the experiments j
wfch fillings, sauce and flaxen I which h* showed us. That
< drosert night we all attended the Future

Honey may be substituted for Farmers banquet In the University \4Ni.! 1
sugar In preparing llnnamoi of Florida cafeteria, where Mr J.
salad A. Link. national adviser of Future '
toast, candied vegetables,
t dressings, baked ham, custards, Farmers of America, and Dr. )
puddings and pie*. It I* often wed John J. Tlgert, president ot the ,
.1 la quick breads, cake and eon university addressed us.
,a fevtions, but iU special characteristics On Friday w* returned home
., must be allowed for In the**) via Tampa and arrived home late
products. that night

I ::1( Honey differs from sugar In its Members who attended the convention
\ chemical composition sad In the from our eiapter were:
Wilbur- Wood Warren Wood JohnBorgardt
way it behaves when combined
f J
with other Ingredients, and honeys Alvin Prothero Walter
differ from each other in this re Thompson, Billy Hilson Billy Anderson -
; spect. Special recipe and dl- Larry Holt Marion Hen-
,: I revtlons are therefore n0eafy derson Richard Crtwahaw, Willis
for cooking and making preserve Baxley and Don lair

r with honey, Walter Thompson and Billy Hilton -
through their forestry work\ f I
this two-week free
year won a
Purchase of OO.OOff acre of additional
camp given by the Florida Forest
forest land :'in Northwest
f a Service, and so did not return with
riurVU to, N': used a* forest reserves
us, but are now at the camp at
1 for the AUnoun Securities O'Leno, and will return at the '1c't
paper interests has been announced to
close of the period. .
I .ti by a corporation official J

The recent purchase Increase -.-" .
the company1 forest holdings to Jingling Sawn .IM G'
approximately 60,000 acres, whlcbi'
$ ..
By Ann) Maybes Fttspatrfck
y b equal to five-sevenths o! the enUr "

area of the state of Rhode ..- workman (;O t"SI.G.W.t
f land I: saw wa dig a 4it h.
We'll skip )t.
On the land ecqnlred by the
1 Them earn a lafe( proud and rich.w.'u : < sFccS Ku i '
corporation a program of ttleaUfic -

t forestry will provide M Midst She held her nose kip up it. rather nigh WOP\ft, At: K" oN'VA'Ri ,'pdfOAA
I ** source of "
paper pulp supply And scorned the earth and viewed &E: I"
Pulp produced by the forest will VW sky. "

1 be utilized at the new IT.SOO.OM She did not see the ditch.. That' 1VK/
kraft paper milll which I* now I
under construction St. whyWe'll
at Port Joe.
skip !t.
f TJS: GIN GONG the fastens Chinese bortienl- Gong wa awarded the Wilder Medal by the

Her Pint Attempt Not a PrafeasloMl .. land, left Ms Mtiv China for Baa 1'raDcU.I& Make DepartsMn *f o\aeIltaH'm .
Installment Collector: "..* here, sa 1S72. whoa 12 yean old. After some yean and only time the medal has vr been awarded i'
Alma made an angel cake, ou'r< ,* seven, payment behind on pent la Musacausett experimenting with the for a new, variety of orange .

t For her darling Harry take.'" your piano. propagation! *f traits, J.D. Gin Cone moved to THE KUMQUAT I It only ono to two Inched la
"Harry you a piece must taker Kenny: "Well the company advertises DeUnd. FU. In 111S, whet* hit energies became diameter The Hum rind! U sweet and arowatfe. I

This aha meant Taj A* You Play' ] chiefly devoted to the citrus industry, In 188th The pulp Is. decidedly arid la certain .
Harry ate h. every crumb. J. C* -What' that got to do La* tJIm Gong orange, known a* 0.* .t Florid varieties. The fruit I I. eaten fresh and I* also, ,reserved +-
i j Then he heard the angel hum. with itr'Kenny
Calling softly, "&rl'1101M.." : "I 11111"II') poorly."-! *'* finest MmoMrclal types, was produced a* er candled whole It I* splendid for Ball;
-EL separate distinct. and true variety. A* a remit
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Friday, June 26, 1936. THE LEADER-F..NTERPRISE Paw Five '

His mother, Mn. C. A. Field, t Mb Joan Graham k beet spin BIO BOASTING EAR SHOWNwauoluala I
[staying In Miami with b1m.I at the Miami department store June U (FNS) I
I she O&'lrletV erorked,4s, Riley Setter, local farmed took I
In and Ground I Jack Krome returned Saturate the spotlight 11'011politlct hem I
i from bKUaa River School at New :Mre. C. J. Metre erf Miami I* this week when he displayed a
Smyrna to spend the holiday wit a guest at the home ot Mhi It' C. roasting ear weighing three pounds I 1
his mother, Mn. W. J. Krome. Jackson, She will make an extended and measuring nearly three feet in
HomesteadE. vUit length.- Inches to be exact
Alvah Taylor has been serving The freak ear was grown on t
on the Circuit Court jury; In Miami City accompanied them ae far ai Seller's farm located a tow miles
this week. Lamont where the wilt visit wlatlve from town on the Avon Park road,
*. and residents pronounce It the J
; A. Ames and daughter, Margaret O Cain. Mrs. C. W. Cauley, another largest ear of corn ever displayed.
returned Friday from Costa guest at the Cain home left I Mr*. Geo. B Reed' class ta expression -
Rica where he was manage yesterday morning tot Port My I took part In a program Bird Islands Are Now
for the United fruit Co. He baa acca after spending a week be.... la Baytront park in Miami Wednesday Accessible to Visitors For the BeathOPTOMETRY. ,
levered his connection of 25 :yean evening ,

" with this company: and will divide Mr. and Mra Bob Bigger returned I J McIntosh, June IS (I'NS-Tht
hi time between his grove Tuesday from Charleston, FLORIDA CITY famous Bird Island in Orange DR.NEUENSCHWANDERDa
:. Interest In Redland and a b.nanaplantation S. c., where they spent two Lake here are now accessible for B. GONZALEZ
k In Costa Rica. month while Mr. Bigger engaged I Mra, W. W. R*,*ry, CerrnpaaihetAn the first time to tour parties and US venetian Arcade, Miami
In arming. I AII slghtaeen with Inauguration of
a Mr 0. B. Parker ha returned I emergency ordinance war the Bird Island erulee. The 80-
from Tampa where she went to Mr. and :Mrs. Ceo F Archer of adopted by the Florida City coun- foot 11-pasaenger, ITS JOHN O. BALLKT POST NO. 41
yt' attend the funeral of Mn. C. K Key West, their son and daugh cil Wednesday evening prohibiting er Sea Lyon speedboat IIorwpow-I AMERICAN LEGION
Denig who has Visited at the ter-in-law, Mr. and Mr*. Wilbur the use of fire crackers within on Tooey jungle crude
Made Ant and third WeftiMsaip.
1 Parker home In Homestead many Archer ot Tampa, and Bobby and the city limit Sprint, has been .
Is .. Americas Legion BUg
11 time Mr. Denlg accompanied Betsy, children of Mr. and Mr*. Installed on the Bird Island cruise.
(eW..a Office) Soak arouse Ave,
:, Mrs Parker to Homestead for ann Wilbur Archer, visited Homestead I Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Rohrer of Bird Island are an archipelagoof UumNtradV Via.
' extended visit Mr. and Mn Den- relative Sunday Miami visited relative and floating Island controlled by
' lg and Mr. and Mm. Parker wen I friends In Florida City on Sunday the American Association of Audubon *
t neighbor In Mexico and the two Mr. Clementine Peterson, I Societies and used by all
:. men were in business together, daughter of Mr. and Mn C. H Marion Silverraan left Saturday varieties! of giant pond bird and
l.t. Woodbury; and her fourteenyearold I morning with her uncle, Sam waterfowl of which literally' DO.E.GATUNDentist t
Lester Smith with a party oi twin son and daughter Kiwis Sllverman, for Havana, where thousand may be wen In native
fellow students from the University and Ellen, who have recently she will spend the summer with habitat at clone range. The largest -
of Kentucky at Lexington will moved to Miami from New York Mr. and Mr SUvennan. They of these Islands covers seven .
pail for Europe July 4. They: plan City, spent Sunday at the Woodbury made the trip by airplane. acres and supports a heavy growthof \
to visit England France and Germany home In Redland. scrub trees Numerous CoatIng -
and they will attend the Min Elizabeth Sever left las Islands and aquatic gardens Office in Hausman Bldjr. (
Olympic games which will be held I Mia' Lola Robert who baa re week for Lament where she will are another feature of the Bird Island -

in Germany. I Gently returned from Centenary visit relatives.Wm. cruise, accessible by paved,
College at Shreveport, La1* now street, two block off the main, Phone 83
I attending the Homestead BusinessCollege Mead Will leave Saturdayfor
Mrs. Paul Reynolds and net thoroughfare of U S highwayNo i
eons, Joe and Jene, and MIN Elizabeth i a short visit with relative In 41 In Mclntosh, midway between HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Mcilwain, left Saturday for Missouri.Mr. Calneivllle and Ocala.
Miss Lois Beam left last night
three-week visit In Cairo, Ga
a for Black Mountain, N. c., where and Mrs. Joe Golattescheck ;
accompanied Mr*
They Richter of Cairo, she will be employed In a beauty and Infant ton, who have been
who visited here: from Wednesday parlor. living In the Shepherd cottage,,
moved last week to Redland.
till Saturday.Mr. Miss France Doney left last

night for Duke University In Durham Angelo Sylvesui expect: to
and Mrs. Frank Lucas who N. C., where she will attend leave for New Jersey where taha
;JJ been In Miami Beach alnce
have the summer session. I obtained Implo'lJW1t.J.
school was out plan to leave for I
a visit with Mr*. Lucas' relative Mr and Mrs. Jute A. Abraham C. Cohernour returned to his
.In Pennsylvania In two weeks of Coral Cable spent Sun- home Tuesday after a stay of *ev-

They pent. Tuesday in. .Home-., dajat the.grove home of Mr. and Aral week at the Kendall hospital!
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.. .. Mrs. J- R, B/rum. Why a
Mr. and Mn. C t Rhode and
Mr..and Mr*. J.Eo.QB.UJWS have Frank A. Hausman grandsonof Mn Ethel Given motored to For!
Returned from a trip to Virginia.Robert Or and Mr*. Frank Hausman' Pierce Saturday', Mra Givens re- Bad ly Worn Roof ?
left Saturday for New Haven mained for a short visit but Mr.
Luther Aspley, 'nine* I where he will visit his mother, and Mrs. Rhode returned Mon-
year-old son of Mr. and Mr R. Urs. Wilma Hausman. day.
E. Aspley, will go to Sebastian today ,
; for a visit with his grand Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chamblisi Edward: Marohn returned from YOU never knew when badly won roof

mother. and their daughter, Mn (leo, the Kendall hospital Saturday ipriof,lean But you jlfl know that
Flanagan of West Palm Beach,
Mr. and Mr*. Xngvold Blrk and have gone to Plain, Ga., where Mn Ida Flowers and Percy: the leak mal be cootJy,:
IOn, Tommy, of Miami, and Mr. Mr. and Mn. Chambliss plan to Hunter of Miami Beach visited
and Mr*. Simon of Cayo Mambl, spend a few weeks, Mn. Flana their mother, Mrs. J. 1C. Scott, on I Check vp on any doubtful roof., and jet our

Cuba, were visitors at the homeof gan will join Mr. Flanagan In Sunday.Mr. money saving price on Carey Roofing Dr
Mr. and Mrs Grant Mahan '
Maine. the
Sunday. and Mr*. W. E. Carter moved Shingle to replace them We CM supply

Miss' Sybil Cheshire and her l -to Miami Monday. right roof for any building large .r (null.
Miss Primrose Pritchard left brother Leslie, have gone to Pa-
Sunday; for Greensboro, N. C., latka to visit friend during .va Mr. an4 Mr*. J. C. Marshall loft I
where she will visit Mrs. Beverly cation. Wednesday for Santa Ann Cat
Payne.; Later she will go to Dan- vdiere they will make tybej home, Brooker Lumber Co.Phone

ville, Va., to visit C. H. Gate- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heuer left .....::..!.- j
wood't mother, Mn E. Gatewood, for California yesterday for I
4 and his sister, Mrs Frank King. visit of several months duration. NAlUNJA 62 Homestead Fla.
I Miss Sadie Jackson Correapondeat

Mr. and Mr*. B. J. Wilkerson, Mr and Mn. Walter Beck an ." --_. ._ '
their on, Charles, and adopted now occupying the Lopez place onRedland Miss Dolly Jackson spent the .
daughter Anne and Mrs. Loll road and Bauder drive. week-end with her sister and
Hopson returned to Mount Dora brother-in-law Mr and Mr*. Roy J @rIVt
Sunday after a Week' visit In Howard Field who recently: received BJorkman, on Halnlln drive. '
Homestead with Mr. and Mr A.DIULA.BERGER.; an A. B. degree from Eastern t CgA iNG J Ja"d"d ,5

Nazarene College In WoUas M... H. A. Aman and Jesse *or < v >r ton. Mass, Is serving a siK-week Andrew have gone to North Floe
term a* supply pastor for the First ida to vlalt friend and relative
3wrcB of the Nazarene In Miami,I, Miss Elizabeth Saver of Florid v
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:" Dentist
't, Any permanent wave i

36 N. Krome AvenueUpstairs To Dade Countians:

won't del

Office Hour 830--4:30 To my many friends whom I will be unableto
Tkli year,flare wan art be perfect
:t OPEN KTRNINQS contact personally I wish to extend my 'with a tmmi t tress *l auk
. BIDR.R.S.AKERS M'I'OIN1'QtN'fi for the asps el fear.dike TaaCi' the
deep appreciation for the overwhelming support -
kin we|hw JOB with amiraace-
you gave me in Tuesdays' election for foe we taw ate btjmadaMjljr ....
OM Eugene Method &how e**>
i I IJ state senator. And I want to take this op- cMDkaI Eaves .urn Ord rag"

lugtae*.. i."ttoyyhg .- '
portunity to that I will do
, assure every-
art tub. Jo*,"...eua/ag"no
DENTIST thing within my power to continue to merit .JUhBush's

oroee Vent I a. an. te 9 9. .... !
this confidence.
+ Senders I to II
Barber Shop
Closed Saturdays Sincerely, ,

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THE ENTERPRISE Friday June 26,

1/, /. I = ''' Social Events in South DadeMISS II

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miscellaneous shower Saturday -
1 f Min Lllask\, tp JI,1j1jt.lIIh-1 for the wedding party after the evening for Mrs. Pat Boatwrlght William Harold Roberts younger niece ol the bride wore I long .
tar of Mst, ON 14(110 It s. Caplinisr. ceremony at the horn ot the I of Miami who before her marriage son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. blue taffeta frock, and her brother
and t Jcyl.' x.. irlll4 lOA 01 bride's parent more than a month ago was Roberta and Mine Susan Whal- Bobby Little ring bearer worea
Mr. .ud .M.vjk U Field wen I Mrs. J. E. Close Mia Martha MIN Mildred CampbellMr. ton of Miami Beach were married long white suit.
I Turtle' Id tM .to\1l Ma .I odlst ChurcK a\ W: by the j : pastor ot this tji\lr The bride \r'v {I"elIn mar '' were assisted by Mrs. E. J. Dyal I a month. She i* the daughter of relative ot both bride and bride long veil hung from a coronet
riage by her Zak ie!f. Miss, Jennie and Mr*. H. M. Cibba. The house Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell of groom. Those from Homesteadwho shaped headpiece. She carried a
Tower wu Pi j iVV'K* and Earl 'I Wa attractively decorated with Homestead. I witnessed the ceremony were bouquet of white roses and lilies
Field a broth Aiji bridegroom fern and ;yellow flowers in vases I Mr. and Mrs Ernest P. Roberts of the valley,
wan best mifi- and basket DISTRICT DIRECTOR VISITS and Mr. Roberts mother, Mrs. The bridegroom and the best

Mrs. J. .,. M played the Contest were won by Miss All HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. I Charles Camp. man Orren Van Valkenburg, who
r "Bridal ChenM' tfftf "oheagria" 1, ia Vann, Mia Helen Field and Mrs. Vine M. Betterley of HIaleah I Dr. Ellsha A. King pastor of had entered by a aide door, met
.i the procvt6\ 1 fbo1 the Mendelssohn !:' MbM Katherine Vann. Each guest district director ot Florida I: the Miami Beach Community them at the altar.
wvftyAWeh la the wrote some advice In a bride's Federation of Business and Professional Church, performed the ceremony After a reception which followed -
'I recessional I' book.A Women' Club, visited before an improvised altar In the, the marriage the bride and

The brldmousaelln "(f\oI t long whit I salad course in yellow and the Homestead Business and Professional !I drawing room. Palms, ferns and' bridegroom left for a motor trip
i )- AJi I\ tfewn and green tint and a fruit punch were Women' Club Monday rose formed a background forth through the state. When they return -
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served. of the altar and on the sides stood' they will let the contract for
I net hat trirtiptga with a spray of evening and gave a report
I Others present were: Mr*. L. L. held in tall candelabra that met above to the erection of a home in New
orange blovtpf ty. cabled anarm I Il state convention recently
t Mrs. Mrs. H. M. Shenandoah.Mrs. .
Field, Capllnger Lakeland. She spoke also ot the form an arch ot light
Iffy* '
bouquet ty I Glbbs, Misses Helen and Either Roberta i* a daughter ot
j next district meeting and of the At 8.30 o'clock to the strains of
l The brides'' .rt>r\ t yellow Livingston, Misses Antoinette and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walton who
conference of the southeastern region the "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohen
organdy gov \ ,H of the national federation. grin the bridal procession: descended -
hat. Her fV\ V,V Nit chrysanthemums I Miss France Dabney Miss Mary a graduate of the Florida State
: In Pjflil, t< !tt. McNeill. Miss Grace Field, Miss Mill Gertrude Estlll secretary : a circular stairway. visible College for Women, a member of'
from the
The bride VlV *W born her Annie Hartley, Mia Louie Long ot Miami Battle Creek Sanitar- drawing'room.The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and
ot ium, was another visitor. I matron of honor was Mrs. teacher Miami Btach
I b a member PJ No Fitzpatrick, Miss Katherine Harper I In school
pioneer fsntiliei, A* Miss Elizabeth Thompson bliss Th talk of the evening was Robert Little of Miami Beach, a I Mr. Roberts-also, spent his early
/ atad from tyV4* ttOtl1eatead'I Evelyn Smith, Miss Mary Ramon. made by Mrs. Clna Steward who I sister ot the bride, who wa gowned I day In Key West H* ha two
i in 1935. Miss Nell Souls Misses Anna and gave a concise and interesting account in pink taffeta and carried pal I degrees from the University ot
of the department of state pink roses. Th maid of honor was Florida where he memberof
The farideC 0Vit Westy born In Myrtle Moon Mill Lucille Bevii was a ,
/I Albion PH., M crtie her with Misses Eatelle and Annie Mae of the federal government This Miss Byrl Wheeler who wore a Lambda Chi Alpha tntrnft) -J '
his parents |fl JW, K, I* a graduate I, Booth Misses Jennie and Ruth Included an account of the powers taffeta gown of mystic pink and :and he i* now a member of tnt 1
I ot Ho/iVV) High School Tower and Miss Roberta Hall. and duties of ambassadors I carried pink rose I,faculty ot Andrew Jackson Junior
and the HotfMWI business College Those sending gift were: Mrs. minister and consuls.' Th flower girl, Sissy Little, a High School

I and is n?t, *
I Sub.CroplelloIr1elt Station. |': Miss Iva Conner, Miss Helen West, WOODMEN'S CIRCLE' TO HOLD DISTRICT If
They wilt lie ai< home to their' Miss Naomi Davis, Mia Ron The CalendarJune
I I friends in th> totpge on N. Caves Miss Mary Bradley, Miss CONVENTION IN HOMESTEAD JULY 23J J I

: Eighth strut W VM W'I Evelyn Thomas, Miss Elizabeth
after July (. Home, Mill Flossie Gorday and 20-Ladles' night at Red- Royal Poinciana Grove to Miss Myrtle Otis Crump of
A wedditJ -ejd.t *as liven|I I Mia Louisa Fenningtoiv land District Lion Club. men's Circle, will be the hostess Tampa, state manager and to all ...
circle at a district convention district manager: In the state.
June S& class
Study meeting! which will be held In the 1. O. O. Flans for the convention will be>
: MRS. GEQftQE W. TURNER JR., HONORS with Mia Jennie Lobdell at 3 r. halt In Homestead on July 23. completed at the next meeting of I 1.

II PA2f OFFICERS OF THE EASTERN STAR I p. m. Th convention will open at 2 o'- the grove on Thursday. July 9, at
: June 80-Meeting of home beau- clock. S Q'clock in the lodge/ hall. All
tlflcttion clan in high school agriculture Th local lodge ha sent Invitations members are expected to attend
Mm, OeMv vV, Turner Jr.,I,pMt grand Ad*; Mr*. Marion Neeb, room at 7:30: p. m. to all groves in the district, this meeting. 1,
worthy matr i V A4 Astra Chapter -[ past grand marshal and commlt- July 3 Presbyterian Men's I 1.
of the 0H\) o' the Eastern,| tee on distribution; and Harry Club dinner meeting at home of
Star enterU>Vtt fridty night in I Christian past patron and com- Mr. and Mr: J. M. Holterty. |
honor of Jul-Vl Members of the ,I mittee on credentials. July Rrdland District church j
grand lodge! ahA poet natrons fInd I Local past matrons and patron picnic in Matheson Hammock at
pact patrons >>l she I U*al chapter. i present were: Mrs. Mildred Caves, 2 m.July. | 4
About *ev '|tVtVV were present.The I Mrs. Nell Vann Mrs. Mattie Bradley p. Way
hall *V *tt*,ely dec- :I Mrs. Pearl Davis Mrs. Octa- 13 Business meeting of j
orated wit), Met, \ flowers for vla Lehman Miss Esther Livingston Homestead Business and Professional
this, the lava hiVtlflt At the present Miss Estell Turner Mrs. Women' Club.
+ season.J'*\, bout meeting, Mrs. I Nellie Branch. W. B. Caves, A. R. July 1-Meeting of W. M. S.I From the: Acids that :
Turner anti<>V t*q l, will be held : Livingston and Geo. W. Turner, with Mr*. E. E. Atkinson at Roy-
on Friday, t v \, '\'H Arm dub, Jr.Other al Palm State Park. ,
however will Ar>ttP
+ summer silo ifA-( : Mr. and Mrs Robinson :.: :.: .; ..
Mrs. Tul1"t J'1Vt\nt.4 gifts to Farmer, Mr. and Mrs Clark Witherll -
II the honor yt>v Mrs. NeVi MVUrV<< taw two W. Deer, Miss Helen Duster, Ml** SoUR
readings spit< tiff( Vn M. Johns I Marjorie Hau.n. Mill Mabl Jones Vacation stomach, belching, gu I
: played two Plato( 0UA. Cake and and Mia Lois Watson. Present
i punch wr. WOO after the pro. also were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mar heartburn and flatulence-when I
Ke tort pep sad energy 'br combining I
i .
Minn of Hollywood.Nsranja
gram. a health tousle Bad sacs caused by excessive acidity-are
Honor Client A *(t m Miami Included member present were:
: tun.i.xidl% Christian, i Mr and Mrs. Walter Thompson, tion-fltj' while getting writ quickly relieved by the four-war I'
: past grand) *.Virflr of FtortdnT 1 Mr. and -Mrs. C. L. Ooley Mrs. find die magic Key *> Halts
Mrs. LUli\t fyh/DvUtclt.. grand: Mary Fennell. Mrs. Anna Albrecht at this wotU tenses Institution, action of Bbma-Rex. You'll
marshal; Mr*, net\l* WlUey, grand Mr. Clara Vlhlen and founded 'br Sonar VtdtUa.! '
repmntuvv fArlo Rico; Mr I Mr Lydia Sayers. When fault an efaa musses notice the difference at once. Quick as I

1 France JltJII'iiM. fvOd rvpmentatlve fen*.
flash acids neutralized
.a are
f of Optiri0\ ; Mrv Ellen Deer, Health Chautsuqu ni Physlcsl gas removed
:. _.. Culture Comsntioa -. July and irritation soothed. And disagreeable ::1

i THREE: A.I: A1M,1tVt i CARE sod August Spcdsl programs eats
FATHER'S ib.Af 0J'k>raIsE week Sports, Competitive games acids are held in check for- a :

,\\ Mrs. Jack halo 1 Nt'I It;. It entertainmmt extra**, hikes sew prolonged period.
I. Smith and MrA. 1)ceuglaa l Killings-' fI' and Beauty all swimming, golf (bating.Ceagtaisl :

worth gave <*Air tii.,b nds a surprise I Bompsnicns. Plessun
chlclt't!lf i>*f at the Log' True beauty demandsthe sod enjoyment) tot nttjou 1

t Cabin on ifatMtr's t> /. best of care at all I This gnat health neon b II
The mehj A"\ 't* : I a cocktail, %CpA\\ i* abd.. roast wish a wave, a facial. No draft BMdidiMs DM opera ,
r chicken with tttVMing, green a manicure, or any of tfons. Natural methods eolr. A
. bean, candled swam potatoes and the other essential aids Vightful sod charming saw. OEM ,
fresh ora"o"'t.. to beauty you'll find ,1f
P here ol bfaadliiMM toll good
Covers w/% Aid W Mr. and Mr*. tie skilled operator at .
''i Smith, Mr \W J4t*. Dolor, Mr. 1 Pal' Beauty Parlor Wlowjhip.Modent 1
and Mr*. JAI; > _*VOrUk JIM Ruby ready to serve you rates, fin* feed com 'I
r Dolor, and t>,< p ot>nMfi of the quickly at any time. foitabk poems mcf M! steep Ask I
, for 'Book el Views" sod
Lot Tavtr, Air. gild. Mr Tbvn- Ooqalcnole Spiral and nt '
schedule No obl gseioas. .TTiiM
ton Glad. Combination
kxlsy.TU .
Dixie Drug
IUS rROVO diM oatA. Prices $3, $6, $7 PHYSICAL

Mr. A. >. AW"4lrwted' a
program o tJ k>V 'V M t Meeting of PAT'SBEAUTY CULTURE HOTEL, Inc.
AWllgry tf the Your Rexall Start
the Wosntf'p
DANsvnu.. NIW TOTAW" =: j
Presbyterl c ,vcH at the home PARLOR
of Mr*. J. At- atOlter'ti ta South =amap" were r i...
AlIapettaa oto 1"0 J|. Mr: Ceo. Ph. &U-8 H.nae B1cIa' oar ,t

tOoatWt tIt4,,pq Page..Selrew.4-: J.. ,--.. ....-s t i

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RULES5DIPUFIEDBY Redd Wins Back His Seat on County

I Commission; 1lrs.V aker] Re-elected CLASSIFIED ADS"RATE I

(Continued From Page One) election as county purchasing : Flat insertion lot a line; subsequent Insertions

FORD DEALERS took for the public good. Few agent by W. D. Joyce received If. line I

person would venture their pref- 421 vote in Homestead as com

erence or opinion as to the out- pared with J33 by Joyce. The

jit, June 29.-U motorists come of the race except that South Dade totals wen Joyce, FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

an$ pedestrian know the rules of: either one would make a food mil; Wheat, tit
tftt. ;road and stick to them, the commissioner and that the win- Other county-wide results RENT-4-room house two TUNING and repairing.
somber and severity of Iccldenta'1JiI1 ner's majority would be smalL follows wereas screened porches, newly painted Good used piano for sale cheap.

be greatly reduced, traffic experts i was Bird. 593; Redd, 475; Chas. : and furnished, for couple. W. E. Koo U J N. W. 3rd St
George Edward Holt was elect- Also 4-room house two
have found. I IfJ'he O. Turner 271. screened : -
ed representative, Group 1, over REAL ESTATEGROVESACREAGE
Important rule of the The Incumbent commissioner porches, running water garage -
J. D. Luke. H. E. Overstreet
was fruit trees for couple. Apply
mad M suggested: by Ford dealers I whom Redd will replace Is H L.
elected representative, Group J,
W. W. Redd' Dry
laUth ,general public, are a* fol- Cook of Homestead, who was over J. K. Williams. W. F. Brown .
elected in 1934 by a majority of Cleaners. Properties Listed InquiriesSolicited.
lows was elected judge ot the civil
|peed Keep the pace of oth- four votes over Chas. Q. Turner. court ot record over the incum- FOR SALEFOR .
Mr. Cook dfd not announce for Groves Cared for and Sprayed
i&art when In traffic On the bent, Judge A. B. Small. Hayes
re-election to the office. CHARLES I. BROOKS
open road It should be governed Wood was elected tax collector SALE Rhode blind Red
Fred P. Cone elected 110 N. E. First St. Miami
to state law or road conditions. governor over W. R. Becker. Carl Holmer hen and fryers.: 618 S. Krome
by majority of than 110I
a more ,-
Right of way Don't contest 000 votes over Judge Raleigh Pet- was re-elected supervisor of regIstration _venue. (PJ26) REAL ESTATE!:-Those who wantto
It often end in the over W. E. Van Loon. buy or sell Redland District
right way.
teway, bowed to the Tampa candidate ROUGH Lemon Plant for sale-
JlQlpltaL I in Dade County where his Large, good condition. Dun M. real estate will find up-to-date

Weaving In traffic-Always keep vote was only 10,535 comparedwith -.......-..-.--.....-..-.....,. Roberta. (pj 28-J3) listing in our office. Many of

\Jn one, lane of traffic. 18,520 for Petteway. In Homestead SOCIAL EVENTSContinued these listings are. still at subnormal
changing lanes always u BE'1o"'i the vote was: Cone 389; I FRYERS Live or dressed. Free price W* shall appreciate -

view mirror to see what Petteway 411, while the totals tor ... delivery In city. Phone S3S-M. either your Inquiries or

hind you, then signal with arm. South Dade embracing Precincts ( From Page Six) I McEwen Poultry Plant. your listings, all of which will

Left turns-Keep in center lane I 85 to 73, were: Cone 1)41; Pette- Ruehle give the devotional part' Oe 26 tf) have our best attention. Now I*
the Urn to buy. a W. Morris.
preparing to turn left at an way, 1,169. of the program
when FOR SALE-2000 first grade Tahiti -
now associated with H. A. Cameron -
unless local ordinance Ernest R. Graham, who defeated Mrs. c. B. Plummer will
intersection, present lime trees on rough lemon
I'I'pohibJtI. N. W. 1st St. In Cltlien
Henry H. Filer for the state a program on home mission root Size %" to 1". Price Bank IUd,. Phone 72.

Right turns--Get In close to the senate, by a county-wide vote of at the next meeting which reasonable in 500 quantity lot*.

curb when you wish to make alight : 17,672 to 10,555, received a big will be at the home of Mrs. R. Y. J. F. Alexander, (30 Oak Ave. WANTEDWANTED

turn Through traffic can: majority In Homestead and South Burr, it was announced. Bartow, Fla. J26) I _

follow the outer lane and the mid- Dade. The vote here was: Graham Present were: Mr*. J. R. Hick- Good wood burning
I SS2; Filer, 221 South Dade CARISSAS, lOc qt CUTTINGSand -
dle laDe If there are three. son, Mrs. L. G. Ruggles, Mr. C. cook atove. Address Rt 1, Box
totals: Graham 1,420; Filer, 867. SMALL PLANTS for sale.
"Leaving curb-Always look back Sheriff D. C. Coleman, reelected L. Nelson Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, Mrs. Mrs. Geo. W. Koeel, Jungle 2>1, Homestead. (p) I)
Horton, Mrs. Paul Haley, Mrs, .
and see if any car approaching
of Grove Redland
by a majority nearly ,000 road and Plum-
then signal your intention beforepulling Plummer, Mrs. Burr, Mrs Ruehle,: TYPEWRITER In good shape and
votes H. Leslie
over Quill mer
received :
away from curb. I Mr*. Arthur and the hostess. worth the money asked. Particulars -
votes in Homestead
and watch for FOR SALE tint letter. Box 42ft,
Stop go- Always compared to Qulgg's 373. The Good used piano
MoP signs. It Is as dangerous for' South Dade total however was A social meeting of the Chris Will sell cheap for cash. Phone Homestead. (jl2

you as for the other drivers to run' Coleman 1,070 tian Endeavor member of the 535-J. (pm)
; Qulgg 1,124
First Presbyterian Church held LEGAL NOTICES
through a red lightRoad 1
tigna- Always read them! C. L. Wheat, defeated for re- last night at the home of Billy CENTIPEDE!: GRASS. Now Is the

their shape In most states tells you 1 Arthur took the form of a wild time to set grass. Dig It, measureit la the County Judfe's Court laj

the kind of Information they I Mining Out animal party. yourself for :tile a bushel. SOc and for Dade County, Florida

tain. Under uniform traffic coa-I Two persons In the second row If dug. H. M. Lyon. In Probate. Ne. 1031.

Chete are four Important had been much more interested LEGAL NOTICES ROOSTER 7 In Re: ESTATE or JAMES A.
in each other's conversation than young W. Leghorn
SOPER Deceased
you should remember. Octagonal Is .... 'I".U Court of of Iclvepth Jo.d.1141 pullets $1. Fryer 6Sc. Yearling I ,
*sign indicate a stop. You can 'I in the play and the man behind Imolt in ... I. Dodo C40"tr. hens dressed for BOcf NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
or laying
endured the annoyance for some .rill.. AU Creditors and All Persons
distinguish Its shape long before 1'1.' .... of I........ M Adapt ... 115. Calf 10 mo. old and heiferto
you can read It Circular sign time.At. faaiwa the Naan' af a ...... Child. freshen soon reasonable Mr Having Claim of Dcnwixls
always indicates a railway.' Have length he leaned forward, Native' k hereby given that the and... Against Said Estate:
toad will on the Ink day of July "... Bill Sykes
and touching one of the offenders You and each of here-
polite tar under control when you at 10 o'aluok a. ou ar aa noon thereafter
?Ass-1 circular ilgn. Double ban en the shoulder said: "Would you aa their applloatloa Map ka ....N. praaant GUAVA, JUICE $1 per gallon. by notified and required to present -
I! to ana of the luitm of the above styled
ton it Indicate two crossings close mind repeating that last remark court thalr patltUm applrlnc for aa order Jungle Grove, Redland. any claim and demand
'J together Diamond sign are alvyt I I couldn't hear it for the noise lo choose UM aajna and authorlilnr. the which you, or either of you, may
.'iue br them al Elaaaor Joyce Draaaca
\ used as warning of a curveor they are. making on the stage."- a female minor cklld. Sanl-Sect: Pyrethrum Spray for 'have against the estate of JAMESA.

other change In the road. They Tit-Bits. Dated ., Mlaail Fl rids, thai talh da/ killing mosquitoes, ants, files, SOPER, deceased Inte of
must be read. Never pass one of June A D load.DROVER T aANOSTER (ineal. moths, etc. pt. 25c; gal, '1.711. Homestead Dade County, Florida

without reading It. Square sign Canny ELISABETH: SANCHIKaRanM Iseult Edgar Mahan, W. Bauer drive. to the Hon. W. F. Blanton County

-are for instruction such a* In the dressing room of the) train aollchnr c.for Caet.llw......_ (alOtf) Judge of Dade County, at his office -

"school"-or to indicate road dl the Scot had been boring everyone Uaaa It. M. Jal. I, I*. IT) STEAMED BROWN BREAD in the County Courthouse In

factions, Intersections, eta with tales of the great deeds f Saturday Lb. coffee anytime Dade County, Florida within ..
he had done. can eight calendar month from the
Never on turn It 1 notonly
pass sire :SOc with raisins nuts
"Well now," said an Englishman I ; or date of the first publication hereof.
hazardous but Ule.alln
very /1Ittm1tI 25c: Leave order at S. L. West
many states. at last, "suppose you tell us f(7JPIDi{ AU claims and demands nut
I home 108 N. W. 8th St.
Never pas on a hill. This is another something you can't do, and I'll presented within the time and In ..

common cause of accidents undertake to do it mywlf." LEGAL NOTICES I II. the manner prescribed herein shall

as;you are liable to meet someone "Thank :ye" replied the Scot j be barred as provided by low

J coming over the top. "I canna pay me railroad fare." UM ClmiM court .f UM ...,... 1..1 I Dated June 24th A. D. 1036.
lrl.l Utnlt af r_.. In mt !
I Always signal when you start -Toronto Globe. D... r...i,. Ill (.h.....,. N*. 4411 T. JESSE A. SOPER.
to.'pass: a car. Always hold your THII: VIRnT NATIONAL lANK 0' As Executor of the Last
iII HO.KlTEA. ...
e 0
e.vp.r.U.n plaintiff of
Will and
pace when being passed, or give i clear. It's for your protection us GD THOll loa W. TNRUa: ""' .......
t i way to let a passing car get in the I well as his. A It1I NOTICE' 0' MARTE5'a un James A. Super, De-
Node* k berths ffewi that ..*.. and ceased.W. j
t r MlM of the filial at tonimm '
tmlmi In the -r.: mltM ROSS BURTON
MUM kjr UM Hoar... Worth W. ,.,.._ Attorney at Law
m.ll M UM IMIi day "f Joel, A. D. 1MOUK .
i ...... UwMr In Ch._", will First Trust Building,
'i .ir't for HM ..< ta 0t tuklto Qatari uUN i Miami Florida.
To South Dade Voters hhlMtl iM beat kUhwr for wk m I June 26
: the Ir.... .1.,.., of the Pint National' Bunk First publication on ,
of HouMrtml rinrtita' ... Mmr. the .1938.
!" alb day o* ..1.. A. |>, loss between the
I ........- at .,,.. ,,....... A. M. ..d two I (June 26 July 3. 10. 11))
.. ,tuck, P. M., the Maine being. a \*ntff \
I am proud of the loyalty and supportof 4 tale and the fci>uni the legal bans.
4 .....1.. .
I Mix UM itarrlM property 1 I
'i of I FiFit9 ..,..Ie I. Dodo CouMf. ......101.. hiwltiI ,,
the people South Dade County, Wri.nk.ff'Ml hebata Nu. file
1 Wbld..h.ff beta,; maeklne N.. I I
r am sincerely thankful. It will be my II47V7Ia. .
: I ro krak nwklM We.'vise'
Slew 4tf rite RkMo knlM M.AMs N.. IW1
pleasure to serve again as a member of : aloctela prom No. R LN 1 l a
; I Tfta ahova daavrtkad Maartir will fc. . the school board.NELL. ilotelpatticiaIII ta military said a aiM all auata. Th....
aotka to aa aukllakfdaaaa a wmk I r
j rhea /III wmeea.llve ....... net for oil t MtfRE

i 8. E. SECOND AVENUE: saw aila. date.IL r ROBERTS:
sperl.l )dearer In 1 h.." r, Could Yo AkT I

K. WALKER I All Outside Rooms with I DON t* KHIHYRA.aolktlto fur 4Jamplalaant.

I Private Bath June. It. I*. Ml July I. KM. 35 MILES PER GAL

COOL CLEAN, QtrlETOv..loo J I Notice Is hereby given that the 30,000 Mile on Tare

If annual meeting of the stockholders

i. Blaeayn Bay of The Coral Reef Nurseiio > 70 MILES PER HOUR

I I will be held at the office of the

Two Blocks to Shops, I I Company lit Homestead, Fin on PrT* -.Rugged.-RclUUeWILLYS

Theatre and Business |I Monday July 13, U38. at three

1 Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick o'clock p. m., for the purpose at "
Section electing a board of director and

transacting such: other buslneM a*
Graduate 'Oberlin Conservatory and Royal I RATES may come before the meeting.

WM. H. KROME Secretary $395 .
.Conservatory of Leipzig $1.50sifllet$2.50double June 16, July ').

Ce tree.-dedaae-Tr.c hs

i PIANOFORTE THEORY j Special Fsatilr, Weekly .. i Druggist?" : "How's your wife today Far Sale ky

MoalUr/ Rate Customer: "Oh she cant
.1 Lawrence Bros.HOMEITEAD.

f Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422 Os. D. McCRCAKT. rretwleter plain.Druggist: "T dldnt know she was I I FLA.iday .

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Pairs right TIIIi LEADER ENTERPRISE Frldav, June 26, 1900.

i Townsend Club holdssemiannual Soil Conservation Benefits order to acquaint the Veteran
GETS Program
KOESTLINE who received bonus check and

HERE Election I Now Available] ] to Growers of Dade I bends building with buying the, modernising possibility or of

J 1 The semi-annual election of ho refinancing home through the .
Homestead Townsend Club Was Continued From Page One) FHA.
I I the soil and the kind of toll-de
HURT IN CRASH held In the school auditorium program. The days of hop skip pleting crops! planted formerly.
1 Sunday afternoon All the officers and Jump are about ever No more
were re-elected except: 8. F. Matthews places to jump to the man who "Soil-conserving payments will
made also producer who
be to
vice-president who i II Unable own the lOp must develop It toUt
(Continued From Page One) I reduce their usual acreage of soil
to serve because of Illness la *highest productivity and main-
1 Just south of Kendall and Mr. his fatally. tain the crop-producing capacityot depleting crops, and plant the
Koestllne'i hit it broadside. shifted to
car The officers are: President, T., bis land if he If to continue In acres soil-conserving or
Class from the windshield cut Improving crops. The rate of P
0. Piths vice-president, A. W. agriculture.
Min Gibbs" Jaw and caused other these payments will depend on the
Jones; secretary B. B. Pullcn; "Farmers may qualify for soll- I Ee
minor cuts. She was taken to kinds of crops reduced and the
treasurer, t. A. Feaster; correspondlni building payment up to $1.00 peracre
University Hospital in Coral Cables estimated productivity of the
secretary and quota clerk,I in crop of this natural orthey
shock and
unconscious from : lOlL"i
ti Guy T. Whitney; advisory board may qualify for payments up
closed with
the cuts which were
P. B. Bird. X. K. Gallaher, E. A. to 10.00 for the farm, regardless
stitches, but was brought home
Wednesday. Ennis,J. A. McCauley R. Mussel- ot acreage limitation Estimated: FHA Liaison Officers
white and Rufus Graham. soU-eonservlnf payments are based i
Mr. Koestllne suffered braise R. Cheshire read "The Politic on participation of to percent For Vets Named Here
on the chest an Injury to hie knee an'*Psalm"and Mr Oeo E. Reed of eligible farmers hi Ml states I
{ cap and a possible fracture of the read an original poem, "To Dad on who cooperate, but if the percentage Gear M. Sonnntcheen and Wm. GeneralPublic
) nose. The two negro occupant of Father's Day if less the rates may be Increased ,J Geronlmo have been appointed
\ the truck were thrown to ground Rufus Graham Dexter Smith pro rata. Federal Housing A e t liaison Utilities
t F but got up at once and ran off. It and W. B. Myrick were named asa "In addition to the amounts officers for the Harry O. Hall post
was found afterward that they had committee to make arrangement paid them for planting soU-bulld- of Veterans of Foreign Wars, and
f stolen the car from another negro, for a basket dinner which lime crepe,farmers Will receive payment 'the John O. galley post of the Bemeste >FhoM BIS-M
\ and the sheriff office baa been will be held soon. based on productivity of American Legion respectively, In
searching for the runaway, but
\ up to last night it was not known -- -
I whether or not the search had
been ucceftifuL The Koestllne ear Chase & Sanborn Dated ExcellGRAHAH
a was badly wrecked, but the damage -

\ ance.M partly covered by incur COFFEEDaisy CRACKERS

o Mrs. Kotstllne and their daughter -
j Wanetta and Miss Bella lb. -- -- -24C
Saul had gone on abead with Ivan
j' Moser, who>> had been attendingthe
conference, because they
wanted to be in time to get seat W Excell
Otherwise they, also, would have MILK
: been In the list of injured. SODA CRACKERS
Save the Coupons
Local to Conduct .
Revival Boy in PrincetonThe 3 tall cans l9c: SATURDAY SPECIALS | pkg.-- :lOc n

Rev. Lawrence Mathl of
i Oklahoma City who was born and Hellmann's Mayonnaise FREE I Beautiful Iced Tea Glass FREE! With

j :reared In Princeton, will assist the
\ Rev C. K. Condon, pastor of the Vz pints 16c pints 29c quarts 49c LIPTON'S TEA -
j Princeton Church of the Nazarene,

1 j in 20 a He revival lee which son will of Mrs.begin B.July L. NUCOA, Ib., 19c 1 glass with Vi lb. 2Sc-Z: (lasses with '/fclb.45c

: r Mathla who has lived In Princeton
: tS 22 years. He has been attendinga Cloth Bag KELLOOO'S s Ilk., :Pillsbury'sSUGAR
Nazarene college In Oklahoma. CORNFLAKES
r -- - 15c
His wife, who play the accordion -
and his small son, who sings! .
will assist In the revival. PICKLES tze
10 lbs. S3c ; 25c
I .- 20 lb. bag -- SSe

\" s j NEWT G. BALL Libby's DeLuxe Halves Peanut Butter aOi'er se Jar' .9c Priscilla

Notary PnbUoFDUD PEACHESNo.2'2can15c Cookies

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