The Homestead leader
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087295/00105
 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1930
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
oclc - 34296444
notis - AKR3403
lccn - sn 96027189
System ID: UF00087295:00105
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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THE n"ww0MESr"hwA1) EEADER n


SIREN TO GET 79 Hibiscus Varieties DisplayedTo 'REDLAND DISTRICT SUFFERS

I Rotes and Anns on Ladies Day, i

TOWN AWAKE I A combination Ladle tar and bin Luther Chandler. I LI1lLE OR NO HAIL DAMAGK
flower Hay observed by the I IJr A. K Camp horticulturist of
I the state experiment station at
Homestead Rotary Club "afndav **-

: EASTER MORN wa featured by the attendance J'| oaloesvlljt Or .A. L..8f, who hl. "with a* In hi*Homestead assistant i CAREFUL CHECK-UP SHOWS ,

or the Qotary Ann. wives of else this 'creek. In connection. wHh, thtwwr ,

Ketarlanx and by an IU..*tfcl"eV of emutrurtlng and laying I
out the tropUxil. experiment stationauthorlMir -
talk oat the hibiscus by O. K Audereifvr -,
.."i<|.in0ated. toM eC Losses the Homestead ,
Sunrise Service to Take Port Serious Confinedto A.uso" -
Lauderdale, who** interest the rS fjtt!II state t4antaltOftrlMM
eye c.t\{ .
Men amid that only two "ul .I I.I11" ,
Place Hour Later, In the hibiscus takes bin ..*** Q MrMln. With Perrine-South associations 116 ,member HUH. ,,d

at 6 O'clock every year to Honolulu. native 'fltJt4:.* .r"'Jt onset. lust the I Miami Area damage from the hull teed the '

habitat of the hibiscus !rlgM f ro> rk.d ,
at Princeton and tk* lUn it
AI,. .Andersen displayed he ld b bt.t"--rl ..'dl.trIOI.
oa no ( to > Mudello .
LEGION PARK TO BE More hurl only to $'>
lalked Tl varieties of the hlblncu, Ha ton ortl>>>>Si>>_6o.rd's desire PRIOR YIELDS SEEN f'r oenl Although nor< .11'1' ,

SCENE OF PROGRAM which h* had brought with him I to see rstabQfp> "] here a botanical AS OFFSET TO LOSS at the rate of Jo curs of tomaler i> J t I

In theirs lose boxe At the rod ..f garden of rare tropical plants such week Mr Lento hi '
any* hove X I
Piano on New Platform to bin talk ha told the Rotary Annato a* It bud no*.been possible to establish to be '
"Devastated Redlands" Is peels through for the H on, .
Accompany Singingat help themselves' to aa many of anywhere else In the nHd In another tin.* w<,eks.Hurtle .
the (lowers aa they wanted, and lit.t.. Impre3sion Createdby
UvntUe of Home** ,* ',' '
the ladles lost no time In doing soMr Flowers for decorating the tables ScareheadA
I reported that none *.tUtoll' 50 k
Anderson was accompanied to'j were contributed by Mr. Graft and '
When the fire siren blow at the luncheon bjr big friend H. W. Mr. Tuesberg *f South Allapattab', grower' leated mostly In Lb ,tout
rtartUtd Rcdland ()(strict from Fl"Ida i'Uy in Royal Palm
The o'clock morning It will Johnston Homestead hortlcnUturM
Sunday Gardens, and the club gave a rising i
nnounoe to Homestead people the and hi* granddaughter, Mia I Z I vote of appreciation glean-. stared at a box car streamer *n P rk. was hurt br'1Ia11.. Thin
house .. ,
I will win I 11111.. seoaoia with
Mary Bell Cave The flower were later taken bf a the front page of the borne editionof
approach of dawn and the Heatersunrise .
shipment of I I"> cars this _. 'k and
Mr, Annie JoI.yh.w Fitzpatrick'sjuvenile I I committee to Rotarians on Lila nick
Mlamr afternoon Wdna- ,.
service< which" will b* held dally perhaps, tin or four mar tt .
orchestra of which the,, list, which Included Frank Hklll, C. ;
at six o'clock sharp In L*> Homestead Rotary Hub la godparent IT. Harper and Brook Roger. day. 'Reidland. Area Swept by week

Eton Park. A* the sun appear played during the luncheon. On the suggestion of Rotarian Hall Storm" It creamed. and tinder QonliN to-re: In n
over the horizon \olces from tb* They wore the uniforms with the I, Chandler toluvtMn wore obtalft.e4l It, In the on In column, top Fruit Grow'or*) wiihlximiireported '*-'' '110

Rotary emblem furnished by the local I to get sawdust for the school .headline type amplified with, one grow wife 'f
choir or the churches of the district ,

acre crop damaged about *"l I
Rates A feature of the enter ground and Investigate the stale
will greet the coming of Raster talnmrat program was an acrobatic I i of repair of the playground *pia.ratu : "drawers Suffer 11&auIa of More test. and three Jrro\\ r. In1.. ',,,, .

morning with *ong. The services dance by little Allen Alice Pamir. Ml all the schools o< Ue 41trtct. *- Thoaj. |ll)0) .00 ." Bub-Head endod rani section dtoll1..d l t',.. 00' !I'per ..

i newly with "fateat I Are Raid tent hut ii. r i I "n'II.r I.
:will take place *n th" cement platform i acquired daughter of notat'i "uams t" ,, ,
tt'untinu. d I i ".4 i
recently constructed by the Canoe ojerlou Mfuallon

park department from the atone i STORES SIGN TO I Stetson Glee Club survey A hck-un still by today lntr\lws by with personal or- MANY VOTERS IN

encircled flower bed at the foot of : To Make Its Fourth flagella of tlrottyra'.asociations reveal I

the flag pole Planta for the occasion Visit Here Apr. 23 Out crop within the ".rll...-
11'11be supplied by Peter tabllhd houndOJ-te of the Rsd

Und I'-I r let, taillight *.teads north
:Johnson: of the city park depart The Hfet-.m! Glee Club will make
to Include Uoulda and south to Include YET REGISTEREDHundreds
ment. 1 Its fourth annual appearance at the
CLOSINGJAY I' Florida City were not 4am

_ : The Easter mermen will be Homestead Dpll.tlurch nextWednesday aged more than one per MInt If I.
I o'clock N -
evening at *
preached by the Rev C. they were damaged thai ranch Th
John Close Noon Thursdays ,admission I I. but a free Should
at phargtd. Make i.
oral la
Oekeler, II lt.I'rl.n!! created Mi.ml <
Iii patter"th ..Pteahy.eJ *
"Vm Coffering-will W italtan' toed
6 p.m:Other Days E) and other communities wits Trip! to Courthouse
Church, fray the expense .t the trip. Members hall .
that the had devastation
The In full follower dept SaturdaysThursday of tile club, which number By April 30 _
;program over the entire area from ,'" t
about thirty, will be neat of '
cornet .010. "Th* Lord .U Risen Indeed Perrlne to Homestead, according to -

I ," William Porte! lnvp ed lon, half-holiday for the Homestead famlllea Wednesday person who happened 'to be In With 11,100 name registered .n

the Rev Oo E. Ueuelj pre, )MO .summer eon will b* observed night. Miami Wednesday to receive tb.heart.t.1t the primary books Tuesday, and
The program offered by the club the Urn for registering drawing
Chrurt condolences of Ml ml
Arose, *
>n May 1. according
*0r. Munro, ;.m"p."ChrU W h*. been enthusiastically received acquaintance a* newsboys shouted rapidly, t* a close county political

;: Lord. I. Risen Today;" pral 'i* fo an agreement signed this week here each seasonSCHOOLS. i the ruination of the Redland HI- le.d"n.ra renewing the urgent requests I,

I!: Rev. r. N. Walker; "UjJ r by nearly all of the business houses that have been made for

5 Portal. by Gounod Ho] JI hi ', Homestead The .agreement HERE I"e\ only real damage was In the I the past three weeks or mote for

male Chorus; sermon tl ,specifies;; that 11 noon will be the Perrln vicinity. which la, several Immediate reglxtritl ..t every DOtenttal

:John; C. Qekeler, hymn '. miles north of the Redland Dhi- \oter Th. bOOk. will lose
closing hour on Thursday and I I
the Power at Jesus' Nom WIN PRAISE OF trlct and estimates of lopes there April 10
the hour all
I p. m. closing on
H. W Wills, I
diction. the Rev A. w. M varying from. IO.M' to 1150,0043. chairman .r the
other day of the week except Saturday Pemocuitl, ,. I
1.'Ife..uU. ,
The are bawd on speculation or what
program I
was arm .
when It 1> customary .lormo.t
1 Dr Livingston )(lInro. prethe rfmaln SCHOOL BOARD the tomatoes might bbrou.bt said. The atom time remaining 'fm
of the stores to opentttnttl :. _
Redland District had they been permitted to mature reglstmtlin will pntea tofor. "t
: a lute hour to accommodate for future pie r. .allele It, rend oery l), mu-it
Association market Rome
1- The Rev QPeuel rowers
turday night chopper Borbenily I I should I" 111. office of I' 111nier .
: of Florida City has eh* are excepted from the evening County Contest Winners whoa present crop were dxungedloo g, Art ,
Jr .11 ih e\enth 11,0' of the
!:; the music A piano will bo b""l" closing rule Their closing and Manual Art3 per rent reported tb.t theywere .., '
from Boys actually ahead of tho, lOurthIflrJ >'' 01" I I sec that hi i 'I" l
Ctt tt'mimesgrapbiitll I
::: Baptist ;
Hour If t P. In. instead of* p. m
,. '
= Con 'i-atulated of earlier planting ..adypicked 10 ? h' III i lint prim a ,1'1' >
piira.... "u The closing schedule will I J
summer ,
marketed.After nffl.ea io I I ltd thIN .. "lib..manly 0
Inc the hymns to b*> rutty will bedistributed be In effect until October 1. sad ,
,111 1. 1\ 'mnotut I
to all. Business house whose TJle wlnnli, s of n county essay a careful n..ld.to I II I in- id
In the I ., trice I li ? I" 1 1 1. '1IIh. 'II''
pecUnn affect
iret'tre *a>pdral! to tfce. 5' :coM aV top M" -iKN.ncy Doyen and C. U '", rulI I ill I ,'1,11", on,1 ,,,,,
County Agent Ate' Paid
t j*nn* ,in:, Burton'* J8U three count fair. 1.,1 "Th1t."fI' .ieemil ', if, 1 1I ,
I" St. John's Willlla\'e j'Store Men' Ua "'nnlnlIIr this afternoon that he found that pr i
Bhwytllpt e .. .. approxlmatsly lied an I uniisn,,,Ily (urge nut 'l ir" i "iuhlle fiatvre
by tM -
Special Easter Music j jI Pop, U Frederick, Moro tbsparttlit htaqUal training: IM acre of t >ma- II,.. books Wr-.' Inprecinct" ,
draw eongvatulatory resolutions forth toes had been destroyed by the
I ftre P. J. i>*fTUn. lost. \\J
MVN MM* Florida Uomlad Ju., lor-enl.' high' bell traps' P..rrl""* to South Miami I.I I. AIr W ills said 1111 then
Kt I
g A special Etr musical program Coast ryUUflet.Oo.W school from the county board of but rosslly west or Perrlfl and are II"n'lr'd. uf voters In ih, ">ulh

Ef wjll supplement the sermon D Horn. Ccr,1"tOl'lPPl'.Q4. T. Or e public TnMftlon,( Principal jeans I Howard. Hoi l>!feu.bt-bak MHMos I end of ih. c ,"inty who ",,y. r'

at the 'h't| <'k service at MtJohn's llomesteacl,'oultrggtse" droWry ( rd'I ., T. Wilson Wpm |Klvtsed In letter that allowed deal*, and scare all to register and they should .UU 4I i

Church Co [ received TudyTb .... thorn here, they h.4..n : the mutter without' "..In"tool. !l
9 Episcopal Sunday.MIN Crory ('o.. A. P. Tea <| JI..o.toa4 .
? A ccemm< itc stern who
by the pelted ih batt. < 'nnut.
ITTn wluJoaa) ; pad by Mr sJUffanlel
Polk director and Furnltuu Go, K : d4, D. ,
Ann !la get to th ourthouiie
board at n April 1, are during t3tirday
a pi.etaltitt uue"d Toughly tia acre
L,' ? sf. Jj. Smith W. IT ,
== MMJ.*<* Webeter.;vgaaUtf Powfjit M cllows: h4 base Md by the hall, tlui Mr Moll" r III ', ,
Bush O A. West, V Delta, HOOIMfstca.4 ,. .. .
!he" following I* lie prof ramrrocslonl : "'10 It rnl\- by the board e( which fell In spot On the Naranla the .I U.o.U..A .tn" 01' it

_ hymn Pry. Gteeser., L C qrr, public knotiruction! for the ieunlyf Glade and the |ledll4 Olad"' I p. in, each Saturday mill the ,
Newt Q Ball Homestead Building I
= Chant: "Chrtat Our Passover" Dad. slate of Florida that It where there are some lat toma- book cloao.'fAllen j
sV Loan Association Wilson A
i littet: tJ At f ter. te.urngUos apd extend congrstpla-tlona t. Mlas' toe, the damage was negligible b*
'Toontef Fertlllaet/ Co., R. E. E'" & L
tb* Life Malt*-Mis* Ana Nancy |)oy.r. a student .f the aid. Citrus and avocado groves Pope Grocery
wards, city clerk Homestead Variety :
f Peck, Mr,0lvn Victor. Homaea4 high MbooL for having suffered. .0 damage either Inside or Fails to Open Doors !
hers.Police ,
== ,Quartett) 'C1It.... .ih* L rd. I* Wf. tint place over all other high eutsld. the Iledland pisxrM? Joe

== Risen Tday" ,Ro.k"" ell-Ml** \cbool
Folk, Mr*. Given;Victor, Percy Court MajorsIn of;i; assay on "C._ and Th Imprseslon I* Out however, Pop. 11* N. Krone avenue ell <

== Stanley, Ifvlng tyen.Vlolta Drunks Once More results ft the BpanlshAmarkwnyVa that the whole Radiated pistrtet has lo open Its doers for budasev TKJ

obligate-MM Marjorie ," paid that this board further keen bit Mr. ateffanl ...... "Even day moraine Financial dlffH We. r

Ceo per. Three eaeea were tried by Mayor wfh.* Ikea Boyer every success !. a plot a* close a* Cutler man brought on by too much geed,(.

s: Anthem1 "Christ I* Risen From theE a. E. Livingston In the municipal a. she enters the state contest la remarked how awful was that the business made tt necessary u insv \

Dead." Morrison-choir. court'Monday. Richard Brown,' writing an essay on this subject" Radiated District had been 'wiped Bead operation cording |0 !, AA

Sermon Pr. C. P. Jockaoa charged with drnnkentteee, frftted < "B M resolved by the board of out by the baUaterm" R. Pop *.. of the propiletw, yMr

Offertory Tenor Pole "Resur '> tan 'dollar bond. L C. Clark public Instruction for the county of Several person reported seeing Pop said that be and C M.

S rection," ".ellf-Fran* Josef.nd Mitchell Franklin, colored also j>*d*, state of Florida, that.It ,send hall fall IB Homestead and other Allen. Ills falhtr-IA-Uv, 'Will <... \

_== Bollnger. charged with'drunkenew were f eawgratutotlon U the Ho ie> eommunttlr ot (b* district, but the |lnu* to make their home in Ke..e- '

Communion service. found guilty and tined f 7.I* and stead Junior high school. for Its ncellent 'stones war widely scattered and stead but that their business plate

== :Recessional hymn, f 5.0* respectively Henry Wilson showing made In the manual' 'Ml only 'once In ft while" they for the future ate a* ;yet ptl4atlro

= Nuns Dlmltlls. colored, wa fined ft* Or fighting (Continued on page tea) I...... Howard Lamb manager tt mlDeeS.r' .


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Page Two HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday. April 17. ISM

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e.r .aught III ,h" ....lIun lt.1luflwtrdrrw u. ". '1 ..1 F.uAt' "I-
II. .!I'd of ..(1 1.1.-,... }1..0..1 I n.
also .aught .n .'Iohl At he 11 .
I mutt, anal tr.ln. d .I,"" er.INallrt "
f....' -II. and tav, sx feel alit- __ w.- the Faurl.lurnc
and Around mists.
In I..t...... i i T.... 0. nimul Tln-alr ID i.rw.n<. i{ .... .ktl.YNIr ,.n.1' ,
t I on. Iw.111. IAn 'h4n. ,Iw I
I I ---- lINt wool |, r U4>4 the first arapUIn
: .11"I I
"h" or he 111"
1IIM/ i onMxnr Iluflh with i ....* ilrtur;" A. 0 port of .
I. f"1..lbtn. Arid N..rlCK..." I In t1 I
Homestead I II |A. .frag* i-hrth-4 her .*..**. Mr I.I(lu MHV .....#..! quid mlwa thriller I. nfilwnrt rolv

and Mr*. K I' HuXh .. <'" KrBVn ) : TII I'hunt m "r the I)a> mIk 1'Ih i' tIrr w 'ill\ Iw shown The
I : 1I
.Leapt $slarday might : aims F'atN t," j* suppoardil, dn) mid '''d''J. L..II tl .11,1
r --- prMMaM on the glass of the Parts I Ii The Friday night (>*ltor u 'na ,,'

James T Wttoon principal of the Into week a* delegate t* Ik* trliri.i. I'fI f- Ti..inMy w hu ban book I filters 44* M, i, InckMlvd In theM1.rinr juni..r I.... I."dll |lur; '
'I j i M|-IB of the mystery I --
II n Mloart Bd Florida ('It, Ma *ntr convention ""Id spending his .lntera un the ky -----
f, >>uuhnd 1. A tipsy, prmct ,...... 1 I dewma Mad I* fi,ll' natural col
Ion MMiirdny tar Land Uk** *eff.eilltland in the USE MANGANESE
I i Ir.1 I ,1 the H dU.i : WtaK* drove m far "' Miami -- '-- ---- -- -
\\'- Iaao4.y to attend the ronnnun bin. IW.. Taylor and hiMKbtrr I with O 0, PrkMi who hiss beenhis '

of state horn, wheol prin"pawwhhb .. .........-. pout lad I: pmt tor the put workCapt I
Will b. nrld In OntnmrtltoKrlJ.r wave cut PsiButKo
*..knd l. Miami with Mr. Tartor -
BAd hwlwday Mr WII... I
wits has nnptoymttrt aa iikarHMrM .1 l Oorwk barriers, Ul Krdnynd : Iasi M
Wont "Ilk I. T Peara". county .
wttlM drug mere ta r was taken 10 a Mlmm
supervisor of toaehcr. and Mr b"1
BaUrday by Captain i..un
Gray was Borompanfed by Mrs.Gray. .
i' )I,. Mid Mrs: a C Murphy had -- --- ....;;;;....... .-;;;;: J

i IM callers.Hundajr 11.... C. C. Thorn

)lr. and ..... ... II:. Bund* and aa and her .M. Mra. Kellogg .
or Miami, sad fera. .K:.nn tk Aabr L
baby see Adlbrt. of Miami
of Miami Br.cn.I .
spent yesterday afuroooB and

evening vlaltlnftMr. and II.... OT i .
Uak.nhokrrMr Mra ... I. Prim! tpoat 10 hill-I!
early In May waft Mr and lira i
William hhoncy .aid 11.... James M Cn.dr fw fUrrftt, Mkfcb NO MATTER what price you pay atField's
.. will bo a4ampantod by
William J. Oormlmo we" M Mlml
shopping TnvodayMra. _.'- Awed. Dakov, Slid Market you always get the better
I I, Mt her d..(...s.. Mr* I class of tender Meats We're noted for it

... Q Wmnem who hMn DHrott.I Bosh .41 pakdott*. a "Th..j; and (Invite you to take advantage of these

t t.'- IB qua Pam Gradual li..plUIr I .l.-' I marvelous nlues.Carl .
about a aeek In reported t. brwtot '
:...,,. better Coda) I! Mr, and tfra W K pled returned
.rhundayMll from Ja.atsan- 1General i!
A Field
t'-rdm.:k W Ain a ho leas been .. whole Mn.l .... ,IttPd Plot 'rte'; '
d I ., his bum* for th pant four .
The ,.r.. taken Otttnr.ly to IMMI .. ..Y orrr Nr ompanMI kook byMr SANITARY MARKET
I''..".. ftrk nll.rlum il UlWrit iilrl niMr Mrs' Preston I I ItonMMmd !>> tW.M
Vrit It h., I. K clerk I" pied. .{r who will Iw lltolr hot I,.. In ,\. & P. Store 1I0me tead.
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a. .u"141t opus.. here In I II In II' i< 1I.1t1 I ihu rim f afar:
.1 I ,It this e ..h ti. IH' near him 1111.1 -.l.I .,.ronrd In its III..ro'f'; I

}1.ii.I cud will. Mi the ho i> Stomach Trouble ...................................... ................. ....... .... .. .... .. ... .. ... ..........................
.'Ir. mid M.. J't \I. S.III .ro III lire \.1 fur ".".. ;

,. ,-ttiw III r tuullohnwn "' ,,.hi.. II I II ------ .t .
... i
.. .._._.. .. It yon auger from '
., I: ,.r i1, 1111.1'0 who null i.boartbum sick stoma
or '
.I" rid ]aster ush, thin, I because cl the minor.
-- I ..-........."..".. _._.."...._"..."._."" I IIIIr. 1a Minute 7t dnpopala.Absolutely try IMofex harm.loaa. i S eatr i i
Work fast Fin 1 11'NtDAY
Mr. and Mm Frank II Hue and and Mr*. 0....... Todd left ;' digestive aid lo pleasant positive tablet 1i i
h. ullural Alfii (' H HUffunlriw4 today for thou mbon. In' form No soda dopes or lautl,
,. I.. Thursday from a heal- i nnrtlrut Th>y plan to to love I I''Get DMa from your, drug Iat for !
.. only eoe. Try It. Ba bow tut It
ult.vaj cm mil..n hold Mln I. way of thTamfaunl Trail and thot:warka. Money back It It daunt "mr it I

I.I .. wear roast then lo Alabama and .and ..teb'ort la 18 **. Marion Davies in i
Virginia Oil their way north. nooo help. (oo4 dig*r
Mr WH| Mn. H. a BMItte lan lisle. "NOT SO DUMB"
i "Hunan morning to .... the ttor l'. A.. Rhodes of Miami. and MlaaL THE DIXIE DRUG AUit:'HlLlZY ItrT1'-A (U11': TALKING XMIJY: I

lion of state fflran at Uw I. OK ..wo of Toronto Ontario spent \M OHHAIII KOIXI rnriN
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... I < Mud lady* sad the RtlMpUkamvmbty Sunday In Florida City with Mr. I L\Tl1IU.\Y. "I'UlL toKen :

I I at Orlaada.lx -. I Rhod. nhodi** prU Mr and Mra. K.t I. NEWT G. BALI :Maynard With Dorothy Dwan in

.4.r Woodbury teak the l.Ul I "THE FIGHTING LEGION'ALMNAMAitLIR

Cory degree .f the odd Follows. Mr and )I.... Hobart Drockrlt I Notary Inbltotnnr TOM TH.l.nO HOY H.\.VrFIV -A
lad,. .! the 1. 0. n. F. meeting who spent Hun.Uy with frt.nJ.. In ixstiutcr AND 8>';(XklMS TALKING' : (:OMI:1)1': AND TALKING NEWS

Tuesday nliht I I IMm Miami also visited the aoo nl O|>... KINDRED LINES: .rx'I.\ .-\>-n MOMIM- '. AI-IULM- AND II
Locke and the Pan American airport
J. IX Rood has boom sink .
fur the pat two or three d>ra- I IMra. I I ntxTtrKroma PRAWN With Virginia Valli, Jason Robards and

Miss Mary pecker who U ". AM. Noah Beery
Almon' Jarkwi of Peters lending the University of Miamil
tQo,k homo HUM t r bar little wail I punt the .*.k-nd al her horn I' HtY AMI MX'Ml tAKTIHINr :

A]moo Halt she .OO lion In Ik* bore. :.: F.MfItltE: : TfRlL
HAM I:I) -\\ ITII ) \ N r; 1 1 AII M
Hunt hospital last Wodnrndajrlniumlnff I USE MANGANESE: "I'IM>T<)*I OK TIU: lI'tII.\-UHi: ('H. M-1.. AI'KIL SiAM1U.
Jr | Mr and Mra. H. J. Brocket ....1 I.nrrJJ I. .

t Mr and ...... R N. Helen plea t ._OH.........__ __._

? m.A.Mi4 A.M navto the Hum bad ah hoootui loiMita Moa r*'. : Marl llavn for Conn their. April beer"" They In North still .'_" {/ / /Il II/(iI'1111111111111111111111{ !.1111I111I.I i I _:..!IIIi111IfI1111I111111ililiillllillllilllllll111IUIIIIIIIIi' !! !/ III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiII1lhII I !
I day I IMra. go over the Tanttoml Trail t* "XIVlrnburr
than to Tarpon Hiln<' C

Ttnlma Calhoun ar Now : and to Crystal Rprlnci where they
flmyriui who formerly lived la .plan to spend demo tMto h.for*'I. ;

Homestead apont th* weekend at staring north .
the .home of >U. *nd Mra' ChtrRtdO. ; SUITS1'FORSUMMER I
I The Rev ....no..m.I U.r.
Mrs It. t. .....ph...... Mr*. Vim.Maeombur .
Mr ant af.... J. L. RalUrJ i..., and Mla Alive Ma a == I
turned olvrdajr might from a trip Camber went to Miami Monday to / ig
r thai took thorn through", ".'bourn..1 I hr the contain, "Tk Triumphof I |
Lakeland. and Tampa it visit the Or***" which wan ,"..nl.d
friends Bud tolatlroo. al the White Temple. ==

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Mrs. ana Mra 1 B ciaM, and. George Ta4d. Mra. OoMra. R, 0.-1.' $14.50 to 24.50 | r
family moved Wednesday from H i n..h.... and II,.. UFarayth 8

their horn M K. W. Third street t **r* Miami visitors T_
to a ho_ la risks Manor .. the ,
) foravr ot rink annu and ...*.rtkl I 5 iAn

street. Key Largo Items 05 made to measure and R j t: '
i 11... C A. of Orlando armed .

s Monday for a. vM with her ..". Henry Horrotdr anti son, WUllam. g guaranteed to fit. i
ta-law... daulnr Wr. and Mr*. mud a record whom they
0...,... ,,"11110... sought a tw.li-.fool, erorodUo In
Mallets. Bay Wednesday This laaaU We give you the last word jj
J. M 1>1I11.. weal lo Tallahassee lo lit the largest crorodtl I
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SUGAR 10'pounds "::". 59c WESSON OIL qt can 48c
.SNOWDRIFT, 3 pound can' 58c Blue Ribbon MALT, 3 Ib. Can 55c

P.. & G. SOAP, 3 bars lie ONIONS 3 Ibs. for : 190 ,t

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FureFour THE HOMESTEAD IJEAnER Thursday, April_17,1930

so doing more efficient and inexpensive operation .
1EEOHESTE0 LEADER MOM I? is brought about. Many of the State. Countyand

ratdiahvd 1 humta M at tlunifMMul (The Evening News Gainesville) Municipal affairs could be merged 30 that the
Flu., by the fioiith halo Pub. of operating these departments could be
I like a gila :monster over valley, moun- expense
/ IMUml Cto.BF.rf Creep and in
I __....:_ cut more than twenty-five percent many
tain and plain. I build< no cities. I develop no This mind
AR'JIEIt.---.l".dUOI. cases as much as fifty percent. you, ,;
Lek.road M aerofMl ctaM anatyt farms. I erect no buil ngs. I pave no streets. applies to most governmental offices in the Stateof

I J load it, IUI at the post .Hit* a* I construct no sewers ofj: waterworks systems.I Florida.

I Mardi IfmrimitMd ft 11171., FII. UDder the net or build no schools support no churches, en- "June the 3rd an opportunity will be offeredus

,lilt. pnirr $2.0.0 Itt"E.U\ dow no hospitals, beautify no parks, serve no to place in office business men. It is the duty ;

-, ---- \ charities. : of every Legionnaire to register, pay his poll> tax ,,'

JrjtLOtMYeeleli.y I come only where others have builded to and vote for a business man for every office on
the ticket. This is not an argument against send-
"/ to one .' the meet evil garner the fruits of their effort.
ing a lawyer to the legislature, but I feel that if
and fowmonly encountered tnlla IIIaU I seek but only those
no unprosperous places, we will apply business sense to our politics and
inks of life and M must Nn. Where prosperity! reignsthat I may fatten oft the have one business administration by businessmen
tantly be reckoned M 1 alt fit
man rewuonenlpe" writer f>r. well-being the people.; that it will do more to restore the confidenceof

Frank Mo.ar4 Itlchardanft" a# I have deceptive ways. Why shouldn't I, for the people and bring about a better under- "

article On In child the current education.laauo'of whichappmtra f am not Interested in the. strangers among whom standing of the fundamental principles than any
form of advertising we can put forth and reducethe
Holland, the Magaaine. of the my lot is east.
and lessen the burdens.
gouthDf operating
Richardson roe on t. ..,. What I take unto myself I spend fat off, that expenses
"In to of the business men administrators
"On of the greatest ""lives that those who claim me as their own may pay large speaking one
I parent cut) render their children la of the state of Florida, recently, I
to ao brine them W that Jealousy dividends and revel in luxury. was informed that this executive, who is the see- '
will play M little n part In their None knows well I that distance disin .
live as la humanly possible. For so retary of state, had in the short time he was in office

Jealousy, In tome dugree la a very fects dividends and my owners far off have no introduced an innovation which is not orig-

human trait: and few of ua there scruples as to how I obtain dividends.I inal with him, I am sure, but in being done by all
We who are al all times wholly free ..
from some time of It have no compassion on the breadwinner out business men, requiring the banks in which state

"(in* of the outstanding things of work when he tells me his baby is sick, or his funds are deposited to pay the state of Florida
about Jalouayonthat should two percent on such funds deposited. I do
..... little I have interest in him
rite Parents p u -1 the fart boy hungry. no or not know what this amount means to the state at

:mat It, rarely The man develop or woman after who ina-UjeaUiaa his, and why.should I give him medicine or food, this time, but in past times, especially during the d

: "a. n Jealous toy .r girl if he has not the money. right now to lay down on boom years, this would have paid the operating

h<' 'lies suffered from this tor the counter. expenses of the secretary of state's office with all
inpirtme obsession all his life and
It In almost; hopt' to illi-mpt: atthin I curtail service. I will not deliver what he of the additional help he had during that period.
; late dale to 119" him I Whilemath I There are other items which this man has Introduced
purchases nor extend one farthing of credit.
It h. It child. haever. ,
a but I only give one of them in order that
call Igo dune, by thoughtful parents I patronize no local industries nor buy from
business in adminis-
'you what
who Colin their responsibilities ">>.I may see a an
rloualy. I.. ,nr,.>"niih, in-ginning of any local person, for all my purchases are made trative office is doing.
this naj..tniiK growth, lor If It once afar off where my masters live.
"Take school board. Next to the
Per. n Mnrt 'It l is the most dim our county
i :nil;: Wood In; tli., : v irld I III ermllt :- i 'I am one of the Mdlochs) of industria} greed people realize the vast amount of money handledby

.ili. I destroying those who stand in my way and then this group of men. Where the commission is
The al"us hlld' In thein
one of
.... t isf inn, iipv, mortals Iraaglnublr.I reaping my reward oft my customers when my composed of business men the county is being i

:, I lie It comnanUy looking for allghlaHut antagonist is no more.: I saved money and where the commission is not
y ) irii'" iim.r 1"1..nddII" I composed of business men the county is losing
tin Unit tli.'in t.a' M. grudges I the FOREIGN-OWNED STORE. -
..M IT wot.ut thing hut come*to h'si am money and receiving little value for the output.

I., ,110"! r" Ilea, lull In some wul I 1 .fa.-, "Take our school board. Next to the county
1 'I. he Ia ,1.'l>rh.Ml! of what t. AI. SENSIBLE TALK :
..i liil I them, and that whatever or':' commissioners this body probably spends more I

.6 : I "Will you leave your children in bondage or money than any other group of men handling

tA state funds. The state of Florida, today, is hav-
the heading of circular addressed
ID him K\iry nmnlfeetatlan of I a
fn approval xKi-n hy his father
to legionnaires and sent out with letter
this and with all of the
; "lot h"r to on. .r tilt brother and I department money
rioters i hl.. .> the alchemy of the! from W. Sherman, president of the Florida spent we rank as twenty-seventh in illiteracy. Is

',.\ little.i alight miMi directed Rod,nl tuiniifoimcd him Into Land Owners Association, whose letterhead ad. this not a disgrace considering the amount of

The chirr. joy of the jealous dress is Lake Placid, Fla. And in spite of the lurid money we spend to educate our children?

f a"joy hind" -h for surly"r can a Joyleat use exultation the word heading the Circular; "speaks a mouthful" in the "I firmly believe that if a business adminis-

aa he feel at those time*--cornea following passages: tration, run by business men, selected from the
:when he sees his playfellow dc. different counties to represent us in the next
"The condition of the state of FlorIda
pelted Of something that they wish.
legislature and in all administrative offices from
or disappointed In getting a treat is due to two
specific causes. First .
that they have dmlred. Ito may governor, secretary of state on down to con-
strive I* conceal this pert erred a..t. both improved and unimproved, is taxed to stable, will do more than anything else to restore

''\. lafactlon. knoalnf. t" cti appreT l lthat such an extent that it is not being sold or moved. the confidence of the people.:"
U will elli-rr. aid knowing, too. .
,. that lit w Ill receive reniiure for It: Second, real estate, both improved and unim- ------.. -
) but It |III there nevertheless' ,
\ to hedetected
,I' by one wise. lij Ihl< ways of proved, being inactive no revenue is. derived UNCLE WIGGILVS TRICKS \

i rhlldhooO. therefrom and about fifteen percent of the property \ t
: .__
I owners are payinghe cost of operating the
.x" ( ...:KM.DlllMvINOThere
I government, leaving eighty-five percent nonproductive 40
la leae
i drinking among
"I J bid achool afudcnta and the grraf .. and while taxable, no tax la paid. This

ril I <> behavior conditions are I. 'II being the case the progressive business man who I
IHai..1".n In 111e according toI
epoVr issued liy Secretary J W. wants to Improve his property is afraid to do
OrabiN of the National Kducntlott : .
so feeling that he will be penalized and further
I, ieeiA-latlon. The Education I 1 1I I
r. AeeoHiitlon In compliance with a increase hfs Individual proportion of taxes. I I IA
mqilml from the National co.f" .,"-
"The situation and unrestful
i 1\IIIIIIIoil on law obiervanre. unemployment
; maklna a study of facts to aacer situation which exists in Florida today is no doubt v /IY''
tale, the bihavlor condition In
hl..S!' schools now aa compared due to the condition that exists over the entire e ,

f" v" Uh0.: JI.. aimed that It United States. However, if taxes were equally Ism t L oveI JIere? Yo.I Uncle loud WMISM it < 'iTyT' '
:wlft,t>* come time before thla1 work .1.1i
distributed that the of
will"NI completed "but enough report so productive portion our 7

have com In. to show that lands did not have to carry the entire burden!
coQdrtlona In the high whola<< are
mucK better than In llln with respect and be penalized in order that the state's affairs

'";' loth to drinking and to general might be carried on, and the unproductive lands
behavior Thla la doubly
t nlgntflcant In vie .nr the fact that were not taxed on Acreage but according to re- ,

JilgH'arfeool\ enrollment has ro nalncej sources and collected when resources are sold and
JtlO fronn two million I to
: fluent than five million' atudentuan not taxed If trying to cultivate and re-forrest, the eYes
ether henterement unparalleled in taxes would fall on everybody and would be of
aa r country or In all hblorT.1
Many of the three million such smallness that they would not be burden.

al ntWenta who have sought high' II! to This condition can only be !
..h *l education within' chi der ', some anyone. .Ma
ade have com front poorer ton ten', brought about by honest to God business men and lux !* '(y. How wet
t where In former Him drinking|, cowing > s the water is 1' k i
HE men. *
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a was heavy burden cm the tvrtll
#IMIOII'I.' ... l I "Big business everywhere Is merging and In t

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Thursday, April 17, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD: LEADER tawe Five'

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p aTfl4 OF DEAN 'planted and nil they need' I is a ,
I I'' Urmo I Uttle cultivation I
1 Deal I \.* particularly '11'.11In Big '28 Chevrolet Roadster-right new tiresnewtop
a lit ,cm soil with plentl C'. t;, MILL!:II DIVA I complete. A real buy and priced tight. ''
ful aupni" 'c, fertiliser In the fai, Charles t. lllller, Jr. 47, died In
outlier1 states beam are a winter :Fortenlr Tuesday or Intestinal '29 Chevrolet 6 Coach-a real buy for quik! Kale
crop and moving northward, they trouble with which .be has suffered Don't miss this one.
become spring, summer and fall for several I year Mr. MIler ,' ,
Cl'ClPL came to Florida' from the north 27 Chevrolet Coach and a good buy at $260 Re-
'Th. firing lean 1 Ie one of the about two year ago' with the Free painted.! 4 new tires. :'
surest yfaldera In the garden and ti knowledge that there w*. no help .
a staple green vegetable, No ont tor hU ftUment. He had Uvet In '29 Model A Ford Coach-only 8700 miles. Slake
need be without liberal I horn Homestead for seven moqln.
mlppiy a. 'no vegetable I I. more Sit Miller Icare file wife Mr*. in offer.
Mllr grown. M BeMrle Millar; his mother In '
Model' T Ford touring $73.00.
single plant four Incite apartto Rome N. Y| and two children I
eight Inches, pending upon The body aent WedneodAy to Show Model
T. Ford truck with tires and
the. character of the plant growth Utica'N. t, by toe Turner FuneralItems new lag
It.ll: ow found Ie be the most efl wa. aecom panted, by Mr. dump body-$55.00.
clint (n thdd ef persuading a, bean Miller and the children
to ttye ,Iff beat The raw should Model T.Ford Roadster with pickup body $60.00.(
b. from two to three feet apart TALKS O> III':KTRAI>THUlna. .
The bean should be planted nntnrh Fanny Tullo, county probation Showing in
Md half to two and a half
officer, spoke at the Homestead -
Inches deep, depending upon the school llonday on the due Bird Chevrolet Co.
hcx\tntM of the sell lighter Mile Homesteadfor
of instruction In agriculture Ih'enby
taking. the deeper il.mllnif,
the schools :Urn Tnllo also
There Iq nni great xarlety of, stoke about restraints In 11011Rnd IIOMI;hTI:.\l>, l tAtitlu.lb.
string beans front \\hit'h to Mleu
'{ arhool and shooed how crime awe
The ttrlnclru' 'PVII Vuda have ,
K ] .
the outcuiDe of '< I Ink of rtftralntHear :J
rapidly forged I tn the front an the .
mod popular 1 rjnly, The I wax pods'
I HH hlrlnm Oln tlub at
have even amore 'cullng appearance '
a |k .... UnhWMlMy In the llaptlvtnuinli. 2 Weeks:
when fresh but are 'not Q .

emoting cooked, in appearance when I Hart Hardware Co.

It li a. easy to plant the bet
type of bean ui the older stringy
type. a* need of the n,\wer types lei 666 Tablets Beginning
cheap enough ao that It la a i :Miami, Ha.
extravagance and *sate of time to 7 m. Daily
Jtel.N a freMtaclM or Neuralgia p.
plant Inferior aort Gilt the bean; In M mlnntre, Hirvk a Cold the Bay State Paint DistributorsP.

Hear the Ktotwiu Glee nub al flmt day, and dieck Malaria U
a p. ... Wcdiiewluj In the Baptist three Air & F. Corbin Builders' HardwareHOUSE
Church. ''i 666 also in LiquidPLUMBING ValuablePrizes FURNISHINGS

I Fishing Tackle General Hardware

I Quality and Price Reign SupremeWhen

in Miami make our store jour head.. }

quarters. You are always welcome.
(tivmil AND WORK
FURNISHED AND INSTALLED Given 39 N. E. First St. Phone34616

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g A professional etiquette that is: above reproa ell "

''t ,.g.,,and an understanding of the needs of each
t' E. marks our services with distinction. \ keep in touch wiihMKem bytelephone.
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1t98ght 5: L the nexl hest thing to
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IIi 1 'diitance of a hundre miles

I eLl I for forty cents then using

The Entire Stock and Good-Will of Con Way numbing = Night lUtion-to-iUU'on ser.

__ Company, at Coral Gables, Fla., have been boa rht by vice, or you cantsWalsn i

I HOMESTEAD PLU"Bli! NG CO. I tance of fifty miles for at

little ai tliirty-five cents.
E3' Which will operate both businesses. Additioi ial equipment and

.' == facilities will enable it better to serve its Homes:!:tead patrons. i ine SOUTHERN BELL

IMPORTANT: All of its plumbing work Is doi by LICENSED !

Plumbers and is GUAKANTEI D.: _! Telephone and Telegraph Company


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.' blame WET GAS !


It's unfair to blame your car for the shortcomings of wet gageeakunresponsivepowerconghmgsputterinastartsundi?
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) Stop today at ; '
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chance to I
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y Texaco first ) ,

this fine dry

dry gas, gains })

r7 that your car ,
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same for I :

J'J'j;' with the "CUSS"
j' A
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obtain the g S .

t the New .1. A wet gu It.an atomized mixture of II) lamp ..
\ gasoline vapor in which are suspended '
drop.of gasoline Use
.I;, I: and BetterTexaco' 2t These drop of raw gasoline forman *
J" "I < uneven mixture which resists the L '
action of the. .
I p sparks
3rf Results Destructive crankcase dilution
7; i.. ,difficult: starts,low acceleration TNw "ie
a sluggish motor. f
.li. The ntw and htttrTexaco viporizesto : ( )
readily,that it form a dry gas-an
active mixture of gasoline and air ''I, "
from 2.This pure,dry gas responds instantly HiVf fl .aM"I
to the action of the spark.VAPpRfXEC\ @
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3. Resale: Lightning tarts, rapid ac
your .I.In' cclera oo.,Smooth action-powcrf

neighborhood -'" r and Oils

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.. : J DIXIB IUGIIWAT AT' XARA3JA Kromo Ae a.l Y 5 fcTiui Rt.,Ilomt.u-nd ] !t> MORE
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Page Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursdav, April 17. 1930i

i Social Events in South Dade at

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Easter motif will b* carried out Th W M. g. Ot the White ,,, ,
,In rfrehnat and decoration Stone Church met Tuesday afternoon A special Faster program will b*
I A fatUon walk br girls 01 J f I close, Mr*. K. a Capllngr, ijri.R when the benefit Musical tea of nt the home of Mr* J. A. given! at tile Redland Community
Gladys Webb' domestic arts M;. Cr*.ll. Mr*. T. I). II"qnn.Mr the American Legion Auxiliary I* MoNiilll for a work session, and Church Sunday! School Sunday
partlllent and an exhibit of w ork *. J. H. Dvdaon, Mr*. Carl Dden.Mr held In the home of Mr. William another quilt was started morning at 10 o'clock. Tilt opening .
don In the manual training department *. A.. 8. Devi Mr*. J,..R. DOBey Rboner on'King Highway from t "Brighton the Corner Where. Tou addres will b* given by Toot
featured the regular o Mn. E. A. Froicher ;r.r.n. to I o'clock Monday, April 11. Are' the opening long, was followed Carter. Other number are:
meeting *t the P.-T. A. In the ll. Fitzpatrick Mr. Tony Fuula.Mr The program hai been announced by thin slot Psalm read byMrs. Duet, "Lily Bella of E.*tr"-MlM
school Friday evening. Dr****.*. *. P. J. Franklin Mrs! te a* follow: reading, MegMaberry Emily Colwell.. 101.... Franolae Elisabeth Robert and Miss Clara
ti work apron and pajamas were Freed, Mr*. Fred Fucha, Mr. q. ; piano aolo Mra. J. IX FMtM led In prayer. Sentence MpCulloufh.HeclUtlon .
among the garment displayedMr by L Oault, Memo, E. O. Oambet, Kedd piano and xylophone duet prayers for a fellow member absent "Emter 11,1..'.-.*BMJein ;
*. Webb' clnece. and furniture. Mr. and Mr*. V. M. QrenneltMr $ Helen Lehm a and Otha Hackler; because of. illness earn nextMr 1 Calklna, .
of native mahogany In period designs W. D. Harden Mn. Ion vocal lolo, Mr. W. R. Crow: piano J. L. Ballard gave an In. Duet. _d Btory"-Ml** Kathryn .
table, atoola, bookcases and Hire Mr*. O. T. Harper, 111... F. 'M. solo, Mrs James T. Wllaon; violin tereitlng account of the missionary Cut and Mi** Cianv iloOul-
cabinet. were, among the piece In Hunt, Mrs F. W. Humphrlua. MrlQ. solo, :Mr*. Newton O. Ball; vocal ion meeting In Lakeland she attended lough. '
: the manual training exhibit. J. Heckler Mn. J. Carl Hob i, election :Mr. John C. O kler; lat week and told other For Easter liay"-.4our
Both :lira. Webb and C. H. Rio, Miss Hook Mr. and Mra Lena reading Mrs George Reed. point of Interest about her trip boy junior

I the department teacher, spoke of Horn., MM. W. O. Hardy, Mr. and The committee for' the tea IsComposed through the _at. : Duet, "Triumph Song"-fMls, Kath.ry .
Jenklhl/ *f Mr. J. A. mllh, Mr*. Light refreshment' were aerved.Othera .
their work and aim*. Then a* a Mr J. a Irwin. Mr*. Ben Cast and MIN Ellsabettt
surprise Mr. J. H. Webster pr*. I Mn. W. J. Krome, Mr*. Len' I I'Knowl. +J. Vann Afro Frank Schneider and present were: Airs. J. E. Robert .
.*. Ml .1.1''Mr*. Rhoner. Prooe.d..1I1. I Davis, Mr. John Anderson, Mrs J.
Howard )
ented t* the domestic arts department Lamb, Primary *xer1**, "Dc ring Lights
a P.-T. A gift at tit for ally C. W. JUttl*. Mr* Max Lofnef.Mr 1 need for.welfare work D. Kedd Mr. M,'llt Wtngut. for Jesus."
( J P. F. I Mm L. Munro and Mr. J. W.
feed.1f' equipment or supplier, and !lfanleM and Mrt.J Recitation, "Seeking My Lord"-
It Principal Jan E. Wilson prevented Ram McKlnatry, Mr. and :M i'r* PARTY GIVEN; Awry. Ml* Bodll 1o*el.
If a like P.-T. A. gift to the manual I C. E. Miller. Mr. A. If. MfIC-1 roll SEtl-A: BALLS Solo "O Lilies Fair"-Ml.* Dorothy
f tr'4imlpgdepartment.. ben. u.... J. T. Martin. Mra. : Elisabeth. Taylor entertained at raMt'N, CLtB MFKTa: liaise. et
A. nCMonnl r.-". A. charter re- I Mrllwaln. Mr*. C. a.M ;tliIJ: her home Friday wan a fa..aU AT VICTOR HO.Ml
,'ntly .married the local group !-.* Lehman. \Ir. Charlie Martin. party and gift shower for Nella Five guests were present when I I :
; ,uia rem I and prepr-iued to the anao.latlon Mr. Qeo. Morton, Mn Hoy Nlxot.Mm Saul who left Sunday to take. treatments I Ur. and Mra. Given Victor eat.r.1 \\'ArK.L\I
Irc": *, lee It. Lehman, B. 0.. Murphy, Mr*. Ivan at a hospital In North -OIro. alned member of the Comas Club REWARD
Moore Mj Bud'Nelaon Mr llnu. Bowl and \aaeii or nasturtiums I I Bwlro.rl.I' ,, n
t Icfl'pn ilcl.1<1 'in. who presided Mr If. 'at their home Tuesday evening ,
i I. D. Tonei presl.lent, who was L. Lawrence, ) .. Ira Nether brought by: Mr.. U. It Owing Spring flower were treed to deof "
ureventi l by utilise, from attendiiK Vn Walter Nelson, Mr*. T. Or- wen used to decorate. ho reception ate the part room*. Four tab njor i >y '11'1, p'' ll< Scrvt ,. n
the ranting had given the tll edINI. Mr. E. J. PacvtU Mr. room Colored candy Easter were In play. High moors prir' 01 th ightli grids Fri'; .yttternoor
mmo! for Die charter Each year. and Mr C. J. Parman Mr*. Mary epos were trophies In the Easter went to Mr. and Mri. Frank H Tn ball '-iimaj' ( -
I hat the association keep! tu prent *. retch Mr*. Mary Prince Mr*. V. egg hunt which was staged about Lindeman and guest prlie to' Mi mg vhii.h th fit. Its ,sea i id 11
.. standing a new seal will be addd It. Parker, !III'. and Mr. J. n the houae. A rabbit bunt also was and Mr*. Bevo Wabb. the reward 10 wentydayr *' i 'e.
,, but If It fall* to meet requirenent Pope Mr. W. F. Pennlngtoa.Mr staged and guessing games were Guests prevent worst )Jr. and foot school att' iditnc> JoIn"' N.
It will lone the charter, Mr. Fred R dd. Mine Hula Ray played. The gift were broughtin Mr*. W. R. Bird Mr. and Mr*. llevo ,' Walker, class iachr Lnd. era
i "''hniantexplulnd.Musical Mr. M. a Rosier JoI... C. M. Rdd. In a. tansy Easter basket Re. WeLb and Mn. Preston B. Bird. Hook, room mother woo ,: p-
number were given br Mr. and Mr*. Paul Russell Mr*. 1 C frmhmeht cf mndwlche, cake. The club member attending were: crone,
: ) Afro Annie Mayhew FltspatrlcK O. Robertson Mr. 8. B. Rayburn and teed tea were aerv.... Mr. and Mn. T. J. tchworth, Mr. t
.rcheatra made up of Wilma Mr. J. lI'. Rhode. Mn. E. ItlchaMon. Among tb eflrl present were: and :Mrs II. E. Bchaff, Mr. and Mrs. DORCAlt CLASS TO MKCT:
Marjorie and Edgar Cooper. Nina Nella Saul, Myrtle, Anna and Mndoman Mr. and Mr. W. K. 'FRIDAY Arn.IANAXNThe
Pearl Bush Louie Long and Dud.II. Mr*. Quo Itanon Mr. 8. Mary Moon, Alta Catherine and Walton Mr. and Mr. E. H. Hlner Dorca Class et the t' ..t
FlUparrlck, Theodore Frank- hells, Mr.. C. H. eteffanl), Kr*. Ellen Vann, Margaret McQarrah and Mr. and Mn. Victor Baptist. Church will hold Its rear1'ir
Pro' Cilia Hackler, Lola Walker and Frank Skill Mr. F. B. Bcherr Mra. Jane Drown Eloise Cochran and monthly business and social n
) Alta Webster a new member. O. W. Smith. Ain B. D. Mcdar- Elisabeth Taylor.PAGKANT MISS HELEN 11ROORKHOrrttMH : lug Friday afternoon al t.clock
i "..h.' Mocking Bird" wan played rah Mr. J. N. Bnead Mr. TomSheridan / ; TO A.MIOAS CLfU In the home ol Mra. Ohit
1 : y Otha Buckler on the xylophone' M.... Studatlll De. and ': MILL KFATOIE: These guest were present when T. Harper with :Mra Harper it
o.4 :md Buddy Fitzpatrick on the vloiii I Mr* J. V. Tower, 1\r... J. T. Tcmerlln ntJH.AliU: HfRCH HITIM.K Mh Helen Brooker entertained William B.! Lewis, Mn x> :I. r "a
a with Mra Fitzpatrick nt the Mn. J. T. Vann Mr*. Oeo. The Gift of Master,' a pageant, number of th. Amiga Club and Mn. O. Gay a* 'ilaw hostsa
> i l.ino.Mr.. I Went Mr*. A. M. Waldln Mr*. T. will be given at this church night W Ir, "nlnv Garden flower wereT Member are urged to rcmenit
'i \\llton In a short talk I B. Webb Mr. and Mr. J. H. Webster supper at Redland Community ""Jot' d th, room with decor- the date and those h.i..ng wd ng
\ ,1II.k..oI) the iiul.llc for n> nerouei.p..ll '' Mri W. K. Walton Mr. C. N. Church Friday ienlng, April I"tlltn. swig, 'it., I ,UOn. "lilid ''I.t J .1. illli, ">1'>..11", M ...'e
'"|. in linluir' money lor the I Walker, Airy I Ni'>a Cooper >> beginning promptly ':10 .1 TWO table ot ca.ilk-! ........ m month are jj'.J.' ..... t' 1
.,00It.n haul .attain used fur the I Hert Andrew Mr. And Mr*. .) Character of the pageant are: play. High score wa mad by offering '
<< )" time lit I 111111 "HI''UnaM -. I ]Field. Mra. Aivllln Hooth Mn ra'i: Easter Mr. Bpoehr; Love Mr* Mr*. R! S. Beam and low core, by
]J'h.t price! 'mi I Ili.. brat nit. ndnnitI J. MI1ftoITY.Iro.. Ford '' ", Rally, Faith :W,... laud Haloe: Mr*. Stacy H"'IM. lira. Ira tfNttkery ;:. FASTER IVOGIUM TO nn
t J I I. ,,' ."I .the m.elln".nt 1..1 I Mm Diun Huxtir. Mr. )) Hope, Mn. Kd Cartel: Joy Mil received the guest nrUm.Queats I fHVVJi B*' 8EKIOB! LL:.tGt'E,
tire. N"WI King Coopi-i room 'i; rich Afro, Carl llattll. Mi Katellf Tuner; Light, Mr*. JarSimons present worst Mt*. Neth- A *oe lr Baxter pingnim will b*
hI II "Ih: '-.' prevent had n JllghiSi. ( Mi*. J. A..rN.'III. Mr and I"f ; Life, Mra O Halnlln err Mime Ida Nixon and Mn BBnoker. presented at tho nuvtlnir' of the
I Iy 11" h. r leer cent than PK .% II11 ,., \IK. Arche,. %li nod Moo 1 Service Mn. \VayH CWklri; Leader Clip members present linnets Kperorth League In the
t "- \tn, "' s'.etlon'bunt 01 I1lfih man, Mr. fig/,. Wynn Alta WgB. of lilt! Young Olrl, Airs, Burnen. Ineluded: Mn.kitis, Mra. M.n i Watto Stone +Church T o'clo, k.
),0" I j I1,,01.1 \\111"11 Vs' 1. pr. .. '1. lidft' irdu, lrr.t'. ('. Atety Jflu. The program will roiitnlt. .rI>8'n.\J'*. Henry TetuM, Robert 43oy i. *111 be lends: ,'. All
., label Blown 'ectel' fuutlr Allot n FarroonettB.l Mr. Beam and the '
J I t.. ? houteu. yo fig people art' rnnthillv I tnvhr'1.bnnbers .
:: : : : ;
r. \U : t '.Zds. I. 'Fit 11.Id II I -- :! WIlliam| Porto director the .if th 1 :i'? mh I i >i iVnlnn
0\ 1'"",,01".11. "' ,,,, "' 7); ,''. ..M,,' 1.1,9'C'I"' '''''' AUlM5Iyte iII a URMBt, I.l also In charge of tile. Hive Charlotte Wl '" "" wJMhurlo "C Mi',mil 'ill I"' i,UI-MH lOrI
I,, ).. It' .It" ,, "' "1<11 etba9'1\'l : t'A\UY \ I miiilc I I.'rldlpoh'lr 1t lit. h..n' I Hi,' Horn sl.ad, r.wiguc .it :J u'clock
t. 1 >'"\1' 1 1 II ".I- < '' \ Ihn'.. II 1-:11: h gl the ton persona H&t- :U': inherit of the Florida riiyCamniunlty 0( hi I' fuWpami'" i. MT 011.1 \lrr tonight.
., Church cougreiritl i C. Betnrt, to ab.Mit
loot < : 11.1' II f 11,01"s room. rat ut ,llu muting ot th> 8ti ty I filly rf her
I "1 1 ,Owl' Ilr"I.' 1 ; ; art Invited and others who tire school friend* la Celebration of two :Mrs. Nellie n. WaMIn wan hotteM
\I1 .I I.. \\11"0 loon let I. Mi,... ClaBK o,( th.T Prndiyterlun I'hu chIn 'teeted. ThOM who eons birthday. to a dianer party (try,,'friends tue ,.
I II It ,\1".. t'a it'VmN. ". At ., ItStar also.!ttnlti.ii. : At[ wild May KH ,It asked tu bring a .f..vered dlh. 1"1 day of lat wfe The guest i
:N.'its*'* riitfin. I.Mrs. .1. oi A#, wick mJtkeJ <'eiglt, Nan j *. Practice for field day has begun were: Mr. and Mr. A. J. Van Maria
uiib-fi slots, it: Ate. MtUuuVt ,Seated with n pound box of en ftr Mrs Wot. Duntop I* giving a mine the eempteileo, .( the mo Mr. aM diva. BMMt-JNM* and
rooif. J4.; Mr*. Uevo Webh's room, IMIId 4 ft ilcale toduy. track at homestead High School.! Mr. and. Mra. E. A. Kroscher.
b .1. (, !
0; Mr. c. N Wulkor'i room. 9, who, tMutMn, ,rt vMtiflt jpriy ntll.In .*-. ..............,..............;.;....,....,.....?"...,.........,.........,..".....? .......,"?NMW..,........oos..as.wNNMNN.o.....--....."....--.............. i
Mr, r. A. Field ran, t; Mrs .
lead alt who han been a "-'In' I
; (fllady W"lIb'a IS Wan .
Q roam : 1I MiCormlrk attendant at the Tuesday night : I I
'* room, 14 and Mr. "
; loneHill'
meeting of ,
I. Ute class, ,
"room ao.o Mryind, Mr. Orpdorf expec t e "
N The P.-T. A. membership thist EASTER
eetursoon to their home n '
year Includes the : ij
following: Mla Penneylvanla.' and ijh* candy wa : .
Mary K. Jackson Mn H. B. Alloy,
an impression of
thane appreciation; J
( Mr* J. 1. ArnoM 101.... E. R.Bailer. 0' the .Splendid'if llow.rlp SnJoyed. Special Boxes-$1.00 to $4.50
.' Mr*. C. V Barnes Mix M. :. I
i.B.. Bailer Mr*. W. D. Brown Mr<: The Claim la atudytn.i'b.:: Old !Tlament. *(. '1
.. t W. T. Bush Mm. J. n. Devi. Airs 3AKK NNMIMMMN W W WNWINN '
< if. A. Berger )lr. and Mr.. Frank .
Ii t 6. .' Belts. Mr. and Mr. p. B.Ii. GIRL SCOtT PT.-N.
; Bird Air*. Nina Brandenburg .::8. SISTER FLOWER/ ,
Mr*, Robert" Bowie. Mn. W. J.: The Eagle Troop of Olrl Scouts
; Uoolh. Mr. Ward Beam Mr. L. at its meeting Saturday forenoonlearned .
W. flrldge Mr*. Henry Brook** two *ong*. I>on In baskets. Prices $2.50 to $7.50. Place orders now.
7 Jr., :Mr*. Lulu Brown Mr*. I. 1.Brannon and "Bunny Side/! p rnIe placed -
., Mr L. L. Bow Mr\ *. ti a nature ..ame. The 1"I.. -
', U Dow,,". Mra W. H. Belk. Mr* R ROM Tower. explained. d talhP o' r
I 4 O. Breach 11... L. ('. Cam ROY the> tenderfoot teat. j / \ f
: Cheney. Mr*. C. J. Cave. Mr*. W. Seoul pin were presented to jhe
I i H. Occhritn )I,... W. l>, Coker. three girl "')1,0 have pained this THE
It I* Cheney. )IPII. W. I.. Cwper. teet-Jennie Tower Grace Reid
i Mr.. Arch Campbell. Mr*. J. K and Ealelle BoW n. | r
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Shampooing; Permanent Waving, Facial

I I Massage Finger Waves, Scalp Treatments
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i s Thursday, April 17, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pnrr" Mina !I,> E)j!


PRF1.F\T9 noVGLAKfi OXE.\M'ROAR IIL.F I-W..y Bridge May Club.--The W. M. ft M OWhite 'oulllvatlosj. Turnips grow so M0y

that often they 'neglected M4ft
( SocialEvents I I The book "Piny Production In Stone Church will hold a
I America,' by Arthur Kdwln Krows business metl.t M the church.May '" to strtttle with .v.<*4tf. aajd

was donated t* tint Dramatic Art II-'Th* I. % O. r Southeastern even under them adverse Alrrtim-

Club' library by Oonton Ivor at CammlU** <*(U1 !tuttt In Us ..n'O. glue rapt cropa.It k,.

ASTER MUSICALE TO BE the club meeting In th* homo of 'local Odd Fellow*' h*& pegs! however, fo salt, ..t* I
PRESENTED Miss Frances FroMher Tuesdayevening.
.. | bm and It to ho one growmf poorteralps
$: AT REDLAND CHURCH MONDAY During the meeting clubmembers -
EVENING Your I when meek bettor ones
definitely decided to put Foot Health
on "On Egg ."a on-*" comedyIn Might just a* well be prodtteM b
An Faster and springtime muicale By Ooiirtmr of the Walk-Ovey
f (MBA
noxAi.n TELLS: conjunction with "Th Tryattng with a little effort lit th* ot
t* .'bI'h. everyone it In OP TRIP Place" BuM Shop Mimmf, Pie n
TO PALKSTIXE"Palestine" : 'hlrlwill b* presented In
lied will be given at the Redland the grammar school auditorium ..NNwwNatalgt.MY.nwn.rw0MNwlwwN .NNNA stirring the ...II.Milllt .

..nmnnlty Church Monday night chosen by Mr. W.was the subject April ti. Characters seated lor TUB ntTAt..t'J'tro...: 'tttt ..rTu > people oMeow fh. rul*.
M. McDonald of .
fcprll tl. at T:1t o'clock. Mrs. W. Miami for her the comedy are: the girl Miss bat or '.II' rooted turnip mnr* .7highly \
Port. .la In chart talk at th* mUalonary vilfj treeh aft practicallystrangers ,
program of the Baptist Grace Manley: th* \>0). Albert a. a cooked vegetable than .
| The program will IM aa followa: when Churchyeaterday Bradley; and the waiter, DouglassRossslle on northern table, bot rh y do the blew rooted rarlctlea.The '

\ !rtpet *ol -Wllllum' Port. Circle was In chart the Mr Nell*. McDonald Walker hey are well liked In the south and rutabaga makega mark larger :S;!
horul "Neath the Morning Star"R'eloomeRoberta
root than Oil tarnly but
has just returned fr6m the Dramatic entertainment tot the [are a. nod greens a. the garden. requires I I,
Holy Land where she spent evening was the presentation of produces resembling the popular the same cultivation and long-
[ Porteeettatlon. .r aTowmf *eaaoW.I .
month The scenes I "Th Dismissal a play dramatisedby
which '
among 'mustard. I
"A Chocolate Egg"Roy In a small garden the /I'M
the life of Christ was pent wile Doug-tan Roselle from the
f Pullem. vividly portrayed by the speaker story, ''Th. Courage of M;'. Peglo. turnip may supplant mustard for hear that aoolotlst have 4 t w':',i

Recitation "Th EM? Child" who was Introduced by Mra. H. Mlso Ruby labeler, Carl Defiler andDouglas greens a* .'ell.. tarnishing a found lamb hi Mouth Am.rkoa '. ",
hat 'oj,
\Duster Van: Wink Grady Smith circle leader. Following 1 Rossell took parts In the second cropof roots t* be eaten
"That's) the kind .f lamb
edtatlon. "Easter Lille* -Jean her talk Mia Play.
Anne Polk after the
green eeeeefi .h past.It ht) could keep up with Marynowadays.Eft.
_,i Calkin ant "Holy City" The
accompanied on meeting was followed by a
[Primary exercise. "Bearing Lightsfir the piano by Mra. Julian H. Web rehearsal of "The Trystlnt Place"after turnips are to b* grown for ar.r +rrr J

Jesua." ber. which Miss Frontier served greens the broad I.a'ed'arlaU....

t "row Easter Pay'"-Four junior Mra. 8. L. McClnnahan, president candy to the group. should be planted. In the small

.beI,.. of the society presided over the home garden the seed to planted In i :

'lI""t.Uon.. "A Springtime Prayer" business .....Ion. The Rev. C. N. Section One of the eighth trade row* t
Jewel Turner. Walker presented plan. for the entertainment with the section room teacher Mrs. plant are thinned by pulling for ,
|Bol9. .Sprln.-Mra. E, A. Darnel
of the Stetson fnlver- Bevo Webb enjoyed a fish fry at greens leaving the thinned plants
,,Sptll'l": Weleorna"-LoIII. Roberts alt, Glee Club which will five a the Key Largo bridge Friday afternoon to crow to root for late.llonlUmp. "
conceit In the church April 28. after III'hool.FI".r I lon.: In larger planrtnire for greens
IaloIU" "How We Tell"Thnalonlor 'Upon request from the presiding for market or for forge 'families.
!' tlrl.. circle. )I..... Catherine uu.. t't..a.ri_ ...._._. they may bo planted to good advantage
[Dialogue. "Bua Springtime" grown by the eighth
) program chairman and second vice In broadowt strip afoot
Mr. Ed Cart r'! class. grade agricultural clans are being patronage
president of the society, conducted wide and then thinned. l
used In the room at the Homestead !
"tk> of of t
rose Spring"group
the devotional with quartet composed achool. Turnip seed I I. planted at anytime
('bllolren. of Mr, Vra Bum merlin.Mra. from September to March, of j

[Sole "It It for M*"-Elisabeth I I. p. McLean Afro T. T. .,..NN.NNM/.e.NNNN"N.Mw"NN..wYNMMNYr only the warm months being oft '

Robert Bowen and )frt. A. L. Lanier offering The Calendar the turnip planting schedule. A the I
,*Mather'. Garden"-Paul. VirginiaAllen the response In songAt I nuccesulon crop should be planll'dlrom
and Bobby Russell. NNN.NNNN.NN"N-N wN.NNNNNN.NN.NNNNa 1 time to time to
the close keep up the RedlandDistrict t
of the Iced
Little Tof. Forget-me-nota" program Apr. K-The Helping Hand Society I supply of greens. They should b*
"r fruit punch, Wilt served the \
group of children. will rive a benefit dance In ; pulled for greens when the leave (
church lawn With If...
J. It. nor
80n. "He Died for 111." fllx the Helping Hand hall for which I are young and tender leaving the
H. J. Davis, Mrs. O. A.
i,: girl Mrs. the Ray Iwaon orchestra will plant sit Inches apart to mature
Went T. T. Do".nIn,1
Reflt.itlon.. I "Keeking My Lord"Boill play. their root after the thinning pro.Itwo I
'f; Kosel.ohi. Corbet Minor presiding 0' vr Ih.bo'I. Apr. If-Th* Juniors of H. H. WALKOVERBOOT

I "In the Qarden"-MrrVm.. .. A welcoming committee 8. who will have charge of the Little The greens are moat popular 1
fi. Dunlop composed of lrM. Or.idv Smith, Legion Putt Putt for the day olfer cooked with
u pine of salt pork,
M P. Wollam andt.II". H. J. SHOP
le'llon-Afell'. chorus. the one who makes the lowest him or bacon.
Davis greeted' tile' visitors.The .
Racltntlon.' "He Rolled the Stone score free play for a week. The turnip delights In food soil I

.' An ray" -Pauline Calkin collection of the nftprnoon'a Apr. to-.There will be a union ,and moisture anil \\lIIllv.. a full 277 E. Flagler St. t

Chnrue, "Qod'a r.ova"-t'holr. given to Mrs. McDonald to be sunrise Easter service. In Lotion I reward in hotter growth of foliage :Miami Fla.
JII.trr" Springtime used In the Jr\\l Ih Mlnxion Station park. ,
-- If
nMufy"IJo and
>othr Halne In Mlnml In whl h she IK interested Apr. II--The. American Legion root attention In when to Is,...__M......___......_,..

.Olf.', try solo, "Ring Yi- Delhi, ofLntrr Aleutbei- the rrcshyierl.in andMethodic Auxiliary will give a musical tea - -' -- --
I : : : :
Oay"-.Jay Blinons. MlfHlonarv aoi-MIrs; were at the homo of Mr: William

*. tt inn--Men's ohrus. In,Itod. The platform" wan nttrnrtliely Rhoney at ':10 o'clock.

;'Oon.l ,night.WrXFARK. deroriitecl) with spring flowersIn Apr. II-A springtime and Easter 24 F1-IYMUS OFF
: keeping with II..- Faster plilt. musicale will be rendered at

: : WORK IWSK: : II 1'rnsentirf Mn. W. .1. Melton- the Community fhurch In Rodland.
x o n T Ir
BY LEGION: AIXIMARV aid Mrs. H. f Hunan, Mm. J. Apr. ft The Presbyterian V LAGLEItMIAMI

A box of Easter goodies! wa sentWedniHilay Drake Mrs. Veto Hundley uf Mi Study Clan will meet with Mr. fAY'S and

by the American Legion moll Mrs. Grelsbarli of Florida City, and Mrs. 1.. (r. Ruggli-s.
willNE: B
Auxllnry! to the soldiers at the marine Mra. J. C. (Jeke..., Mrs. HoffVrly, Apr. it-The Lions Club will PHit'r H

l.ocpltal In Key West. I Mra. Hay, Mr Trimble. Mr Burr. sponsor a dance In Guild hall forth

Th" barrel kept on the Legion Mrs J. A. Dougherty, M.... A. M. benefit of the Homestead juniorsenior I

Pull.Putt grounds for a week Byrem, Mrs. Francisco F'leites. l banquet fund. EASTER SPECIALS

yielded the Auxiliary to package Mrs. J. A. _McNelll, Mrs. f. I. Meirianalmn Apr. tJ-Circle One and CirrI, I

ot cigarettes and ether eontribu- I :: Mr*. ijiuette. tint, stayWright Four will hold a joint meeting with

tlonn which were lent to .the dlaablod Mr*. Dean Baxter, Mr*. A. Mr*. Catherine Pickard and Mra T.

soldiers In the government j R. rrntt. Mr*. A. L. Usher Mrs.Pennington D. Plche. 1,000 s F t

hOHpltal at Lake City. Rev. C. N. Walker, Apr. U-th. Homestead Art e ? .

The Auxiliary wishes lo thank all Miss Ann Polk. !Mr. Julian H.: Club will meet at the home of .

:who contributed. Webster Mr. W. B. Mjrrlck, Mr*. Mine. Ruby Bhuler. CHILDREN'SDRESSES

Cigarettes are always needed, rev M. D. fiche. Mr. J. B. I'ltll. )lr.. Apr. IS-The Dramatic. Art

.e'port the leaden, so contributionsmay a. H. ritch. MM, ('. it. Bittern Club will present "Th Trysting I.I'RlXTH I I

l b e mode at any time to the, )'r.. A. A. Du_,. .1,.. Oebrt Place" at tilt grammar school au ..LJ/ORG / [

Auxiliary president Mra. Frank : Wright, Mr. O. C. Hartford. Mr*. ditorium. .

Schneider, or they may M left at tr. J, Davl, Mr*. Grady Bmllh Apr -Th* Junior clan of u DIFFt: MILKS

... the Putt Putt. M... D. L. Bowen, Mr. T. T. Bowon Homestead High School will sponsor -

Mr. M. P. Wollam Mr*. Cor the picture 'Th phantom of 1

ART n.rn nouiM bet Goiter, Mr (I, A. W. t. Mr*. the Opera' which will bi shown al $1

, ,4 TWO MKETINGH. C. R. Butter Mr*. Vera Collier.MM. the Pentlnolo. Theatre. UP

Landscapes and tree were the naditken, Mr J. R. Rutland.Mn. Apr. U-M.nlber. of the Wom-
;; subject of pencil sketches mad al I Julia Polk. Mr. I. P. Me- an's Club of the Redlanda will be

the meeting of the Homestead ArtH1 I LAM Mrr. fl. F M-ttthewn, ]Mr*. entertained at a dinner and program -
Hub In the home of Francis ''IIM'rew.*, Visa Josephine provided by the husband 1,000

*Joseph Bellinger Sunday afternoon Pratt; Mr. 8. A. King: Mr*. J. T. Apr. rt -A gust day program

', Member present also criticized. the form, Mr*. R. R Btnere, Mr*. F. will be given b little Woman'

work which wag don. Mr. Bol- N. Irwtn Mr* Catherine Ptckard.Mr Club of Homestead.Apr. SILK '

. llngfr's mother Mr. Bolllngor. *. Il,n nice, Mr*. Frank H.u...- r M-The Helping Hand )

i Pert ell tea ft the member present man Mra. B. D. McOarrnh alr members will hold a business

> the club to open to new member Frank Child. Mr. 1.. A. Wise Mr*. I meetingIn their ball at 1:10

, and urges how who are Interested J. R. Doney, and, Mr*. Vern flnmmprlln. o'clock. DRESSES
to Join Apr. tft-Mrs, Frank Read and

Pr snl At |the meeting Sunday Mr*. Frit Rufxk will b* hoctsnj** Vf TO Tilt: MINlTr

to1Var...: M,.. Mary Ann Kby, Mire Both troops ot Homestead girl at the Helping Hand benefit Card

B' RubShuler. Carl Dealer and stoats will hike to the home of party In the Helping Hand, hall alf

t,; :a,.., Bollhiter, Mr*. U I,. Bow on Avocado drive o'clock.

z' ,': *A trip to tilt Grant Mahafl homey for an Barter egg hunt Baturdnymomlnt. A,.. to-Mr. and Mrs. IM K. $3.95 H

y\ Thursday to see Mrs. Malran's Lehman will entertain the Buppet
'i, paintings and 10 vhtt.Lrdger! Mo.r -" ." ,-==-- ,--"""" '='="- :==", ...", 'c .:''''''',, ''''---
' ban was also enjoyed by members 1

I" ( Of the club who hope to aay", like .\All our party dresses and better

1 bits" te other-local"artist*. Barbering for the Whole FamilyA dresses and coats greatly reduced.

1t'%'{)R ftfn HKKS
refined atmosphere unfailing courtesy
w+ROw I10AT" ,

J.'< i Member of the Junior WolII..'* and expert work will be found it this

, tub of Midland went III a group to Everybody welcomed and treatedwith 1,000 HATS

see ""hoW' Boat" at the BeminoleThettro the greatest consideration.BUSH'S .
chaperoned by :Mr. and IN THREE GROUPS
rice. C. A. Halite following their
.hetI.#My dtaftef and. Chinese provrra1 .

T1-Friday night 20 N Krome Are. 55c $1.55 $3.55 .
club member were dressed
Jot 1'j j

1IfiIIlIIfI._ 'oL''II;.,>L",Av, .C ._,
s ............. .' ,'- ... Aweeft6l .WWI


? n ny 74 .
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I I'l1geTen T H F 1-1.. G !' _. .. '1 }: R Thursday. April-17, tLr !> -

REDLAND AREA Principal Tells How Woiker Mad SCHOOLS) HERB 1 Ira f a its I Jr.-lIr.f gat Resler'-1 MlBH" .. .'.:' 1p foe. Hj

r .>rt t: LAO( Junior Mh: 111
Possible Beautiful Stage: Curtain Nil, iiibilOuh. Jmi it H'cli TTI
NOT 'Will. J. Rnitn Junior Hlili 140
Another illstln.l'"n t,r the
I I In response to lUlmlrtnriii SCHOOL BOARDf f Itoerestead I Kli'xl vim nan wB n
BADLY BY HAIL "nt. on the flow Clrtallt'He iI ,1'
i '
thy led nil I. oils IlnetaU"o.I on the lIIa..a of the Horn
t' I! : .-- i mod 1f"U immar school. Principal s f ( from_ psgn ones) In attendance foi, the rim _rm.i-
tl (,i '.,nllnt"rrl..n Wilson members \ R M' t..r, II huh ended In Ouminn.
) \ the
linn one
'T-I-I:: I I __.__. ._ :. __
t' drat of the U mldi hou.f. imtltnati r'aii-iit Aorlntlo andother mr thai u exhibit HI the recant Vide '
1 t! the ,lock rif nil the nn-nt affected ,u11lduals, who worked IIr"1 the V"'_: nu._ f whole County fair. thin school hawing won ,I
(t-.. f.. [ by the hall nt ino rurloidi The ''I,..fly In the projrpfn to. ml. project wa due to full ('o."i*<*rntlon direr prlawi for such exhibit; the E. C. CHR05JITER
.) /. ? Kwllnnd IHttrld n. B whole. howwas -binnnex wherewith to buy It had I on this part ot the entire hlffheftt of any nchool of' aindlnrgrade I
'. .,. ,, oil I' In th.. runty : Plastering Contractor
? t net II r"oNI one p. 'n' w'>n Hi In art frit appreciation pom m ern sty."
a .. In "/'hnndh i 1'i iI optiIw I,' both iciuhcm and pupils In .'nll The mon., raised win enoughto The .1I"II'.n, won l>\' the I goo JI.\V. IM filet" '&,,, his
'I I H \\1.10.I sit 'Imp r 01 tilt'Irlu.l 'I.i n Tu"edoy ht Hilt,\ par nil 'fK]fnmt. I"uv the ( "it.vln Mniiiistonl 'Im\lir,wnlor hl-l| 'II"
: ",,, t',1, Coast (it'.wrt.< p't.k-I 'II }""U ? III p, rmll mi'. T would which poet I2DIS.so. M'''1 lialnt b.,10 II 1'10.. tn"t I ..i i.rollwni 1 jI 11"r'
; II"."., ?".,. ..1 Pei trln, ,rtI.l, that till ,,1. t, mlt. thin <'|,l,ottunltv to' the lw wlnKH and I old w\&II. .' till, 2J. Mi \\llHoti i 1.1\\1, t' Ollt. ?
:" f'" \ ..1 I ." .' ,1" his e'awt' 'ro o.la ,'dot.t t\\Ili nk each and .>,-iv bar .whuIribntcd !ptalgo. Tl 1". wings n'-re constructed l lnt iiliiHui ,1 }1th.,' I In. t Iii I ,,' ,,1 I,, II' -
. I ( It. fnrt..|!.. ml., ,it i,. "'I < '" II ..r, I effort land Hint toward th.' uxiiitai. of th,> \lunl\ n..ho..l lfijuli tll', l II. ""hI .. I hodof, 1 1 I I USE MANGANESE '
, I I""' i oJ.it U (f.1 t .t I,I.1).. I\f- ;, "at it p0ratL. ,to p'", 1).ir.,tills .. 'lh' n''M IIJlI"'O\'om ill wrtol'' ,. 1 "u' I :} v'tliimnli II.'JIl __ .
., ,, ..... ..,, ', ... .. i I.: ; : .r --_
t I r / N. r' "" I b) Mr \\ hhlv I' I .In I l I I I1 Jl( It in 1 lH| >ft ; )1'r\ ri ,1.\111,1 olJd" i f HAil "\\ areewa. ea
; .r art l.if Lint. Kell I Of I', r' :foe', i I" ( ( I ht ntih.lnl' Unit 1 tori"im rl, ilia r Th....(. I I."v'- tIPI < r'' 'lit I ,',lo Hl : '
I : '\II'I. tlon to dl.0 II' rt f ,1"a.I' "Iior Ln., .: It; ::ill I I I.,, ;It It, ids uua JOS I I 01',lunit I l Anltv t J.,ik' ? .1.I 11 "" I IIWile I' '
C' tn J'"" Opr fret ithv bell \VII t-ohUIl' ,1,, ,",lrn.m, 0., .... \ title I d untygil, 111111.' .' I 11 I., h ..,' LYON".
r'I lIullo'I', % the ii"OBI exKiutui IMAm : nadir mm for tlxlr >iirlou inert'' i iliK ----- --- --- I HM, ..ll JAllici Illicit, I Ill11da I Ii
1 1,1
I, ) "n9: other tjlK imoweni M\'IIII\: \ .. '1 Bras the "NU-uim Use:: ('htl> at i Si. lKh-r Ji, .f1r. Hljli) :ii ,
the mirun' nwtimagonil .e dhmuwar I"in'dully ilo I wish to thank II r". ... Uttlitr-dnr In the Rapt itt 'I Mistral lliBh' I IT''I BLACKBERRYChild
wale htcCrlWuon' Matthews and :li.... c' T. Harper. who wilt the Miff"iw 'I ;'once ill. Level: Junior 11 fall" .. SBt .
i .1 : ,, ; ..i. Mtomi Ptmum Moot 01 .aid of the school gh* raised. seer -
I. the ]plrntlnytli"yrero' fount. l IIIut |'ltin tar MM oufaln (4b a Me dy I! r
of tilt Tropics
:. I'"I seine hull been picked ,nee or delta and In addition pcnoiiaUyvoid : .
\ tv!lm. The hall not only bruised advertising IMMOO to the 't Perfectly adapted 11 I I'u: 'UIII\W:
'I ; and scarred the fruit hut also beat amount of 14l.oO In oim: cettea
"t the vlnon to plftttn. Mr. Webb uld with the IJnxk BUrkblrtJ: ,Mlntr '\ Anyone owning a lot
,. I Thai worst part of tho hullntiirm haw The othouH* alto deeply tndMitcd -
should have dozen
fell from Howard to Perrlnr. with to M... Analo >Ca'"wFltipatrlck a
j t \ Intensity rnt...rrd west of Terrlnn who composed awl 41rtitvd 1- plants to keep the family
+!-.. ; : and { : ol tin diniugi' In dollars and tints whkli rajord about lie for the a supplied
i ( KU to $15,1)00- 1 curtain + from April to July.

i ......$100,000: ..'...,.,"w.....'.......,....:.:.:.:..:.:..:.........:.c.,.,.-...:.:.............................................................e........".:.:.=..;=.w..'..,:
f :, { I t !* !..'n pulled l riiuitii gtOOd

yy T. .t I The Modern Restaurant -I Long, View

d... ..
i Strictly American ,lpt'S.s.s::: ':; s ; ,: !IIl1 I:
II Nursery
f '' FLOIlI A FANS i tonic\l Kernel! I Mill Rittth of
f I Luncheon 50c Dinner' 50 & 75c lonitvlcw l'lul'< hull' .
; II I '"'''' ': '." ';'n1., 1 f I

: a! ; F i 28 N. Krumc Ave. Homestead, Fla. I Corrals toll, with Hi tlWn t iur hen' >. "-0 a very poI&ttWt torso II i
th... tolmoiUr, ,...t"", mint iK,,, tuvr,.l" ,me oat h_od.Meniy.
t We Cater to Club, Parties. Teas, Etc. 1 1I fo"y.h.a to ihty days "her t' r tt, I. .T h".ri"d: KjmptM p" tci* I We i-I:
: ef pljKti" r. r tl 2 mi-hit earlier .p

.. .,. ........... ..".., ... .... "....... .............. ........, 'u"' :
!:'Ih r.fp" l; :'i, '.' : SIOM,n| btiiu o>
: -I ,nyni .a .1)p l I I < ; J wrIt_to the Do. j NEW TOP ON
r', : Summer; Carer! :: :; Fcc: 15cat yea otkv, ', 0'1.',1.' ,:J"I'! _I''<:'|'N"3"' r, I YOUR CAR" I

G; "n L.
t : and

1 I .,. ., .. I I

W Little Legion L'uttPutth 1 Vw V'ood.Work, : I

Ii' ; I ill its Body !l
( :;
h< .. Aiti; '" .

MONDAY APRIL 14 .,. ... We can also "
> < "' "" 'm
r ii": M. .' : : : :i1
Build Your Truck

".1 John It. Toner, M. D. 1 J ,\. SMITH. M. HIliv ::1 Vt a substantial Body -saving

..... "
/ 1 I '::1 i re of all other kinds of

J'1I0S.; It : i -rrk'plIOO. .. I' I millwork.

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I IcrW..t tx I I UMPHREY

Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick l //i, I, Mill-Work Shop

lir r s

PIANOFORTE AND THEORY ''I I IS a W.llonwslnd drat Si. notida rhotlQ-SZ9.J.

: Rolland lloail. Near nl.wyne Drive rtimw 1121Training I

: I'
\ I

for Lilt Tots

1 In KindergartenHabits M-

( I .

and attitudes formed in the wee, I y

small years: influence conduct throughout ,
life. In kindergarten children are taught 1 I

the things that all mothers want. them to

t"l know-and I 1A Qa1CEE ENAMELS


Homestead has one of the few kindergartens I p E
t' RAtNTiamis
in Dade County. If attendance

.< justifies, it will be maintained throughout

the school year.

Children from 4 to 6 years old are eligible. i

t ftrst Exclusive 'Paint Store"
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(juwrtay, April 17,1980

L RATBi First Ineertloa life aline: Hheaunt; huMrtlona,

tealta*. I
BUTISTil. rm IA-d," ereatat "Tlw Vk.. t .. .
"" "De t.*.. O. M luriniw Ki-wnrex....-. 'I r

gf1Io..r parlor Sunday school It 11 JIM tone .... ratanlHIV with : F.On.'S.AU i fm rent itwtt swoon, write I",

i:4t a .">.. U iledanehun. ett- (loins. /arts. show t4r/aga' .1.k'lI f 1372 W00'rlbv surge. lo'Pllon

'nrernert" Preaching al II L m. nlxitvIn ._'rNtlwt9aoa. KOH aULK td..bDal', $7.54; 14- I and price asked. ,

Fen p. m. B. T P. r. "t rm trmntrfhia boot and '010_. Inch elmtrlc fan. n.101 <>i.c.I leC N-RrOJdi garage eieapRte..n'.for
p, "I n E. Sherard. preal- Thai rlni\iN thee.irih a floweryI I trl- stoves IS awl $10; filling
rent cheap. Three reoMa fur-
ant New and Interesting pro. .........'1. I station sir rampreMur wllll II nlabeiL Mr. Mary Manley. no
each week W. M. U. meet- *T The turn foot how and connection. MO
,.** route out file N. '1(. Mh HtFliHNI8Mfcl ,
lot *'o ry third Wednesday or the tmnUThou -- IMunlry. III N. Krom Axe. -

__eHi .l IsM 'clock, Mr*, a LfOClon..II. ft** IxmLSilver llomratead ) iC.;;.

president.Apr. I a \'I (ult-tf) 6 room and bath hut and
Palili' -it.v. c F t>.>.rn.a. __. _
cold water, electric Move $20.00.sumeier. .
Jw-Murnhig Sunday rohool
every Sunday al
11 FOIL BALK; -ily wracked Wrick A. J. MrUaucley 117
MThs. KwtirrwtUm rvrliliigC 10.. ni
; preaching services THe 6WAGIr"Nw
roadster at )tird-l'bevrokl 'OU'1'H N. W sib m, Humeat,."...
C'".Herman I "" iineslw a fttrtoM. fleet and third Sunday of each 714
Age Well at houses, corner
ell .* moat, at 11 a. tn. and ':10 a, n.) | : I
*** and Richard ..
---- .-- ---- -
Tim Stctmm I nl cr lty Giro Junior League age) Intermediate

4 |flub will Cite a concert In Mmt1ifmll League a. 'IO p. m.: prayer a..,. Five art road. Mr* Ore Neff. FOR RZ.NT-Bevral email ,.... .

MMlmmliir oenlng at 'Ing at ::l. p. m. TaeadiyI'rlnrvloii QUALITY good I OH, IT) fished cottages, .. F Matthewe

*:00 ..'..la k. A. frro. will pfllfrtlng -Thfl Rev. C V.Starne with men who u u- GOLD MEDAL BRA IA) MillDUN08 14 & W.rd Ave.

: wilt' fee, rvrhfil<< lit thin *. ....10.. will: preach the RUT pay from eight to (abort.) lift per lOt --: ---

et.r.ikvt, first and third Sunday each month ten dollars for their Ibe. In lot of lot Ilia. II.U. 3IISCELLANEOUSitEMSTITCintru.loons .

,. at I p. m. The Rev, Percy Whit. .hoe*. Comfortable Doughboy feed* ml poultry cup --- -old

rnRisTUir ncrex CH : worth, supply pallor, will preach long tatting. All styles, pile, The Poultry Star i at
Fiords CMy-DpMdway end .- Hemstitching Shop, It N. FI...
1 the second and fourth Sunday &r 11a. with complete run of
J1>nh street Sunday school at FUll REM1IV lee across from depot. Work
m. sites and widths-
|39:00 a. m. for pupil under Iv $5. guaranteed Mrs ,J. K fmphrvy.

|federal e! *,*: morning Service at YOU HAVE *oine-Mat gladeI
t |ll o'clock. Wtdnnday evening PlIrS11YTERiANlInmeatrad I Lot T. Block 4. The Palms, In
U ram mar school the City of Momentead. County of
meeting. hlch Include toatlmon- auditorium. The Rev1 John O.Oekelrr The I Mid Certificate Identical wasn the Dade, Male of Florida, a. embraced
M ala or Christian Silence healing. I I name of U. W Taylor In Certificate No. 4744. The ._..-
I paator. Sunday school at I Lot 10. Block I. The Palms, In meat of MM property under the
clock. are
100 cordially
; 10:011. m.. J, M. Holreriy. .upfrlntendent i I tins City of HO..d. County ofI Asks Certificate Issued was !Itll.*
.Ic".d. Preaching 11 a. m. Men's Shop 1 I tale, fltate of 4788.a* embraced name of L. W Taylor
In Certificate No. The naeeMnienl Lot H. Block C. The Palm. In
Apr 3(' Sentient tope "
i 'FiteEneter
riivncn or CHRISTHniHcuteail. :: of said property under the the ally I HomealeNid.. County of
: Tlio crlrliraikmf 14 p. HKOUK AVF.IIOMIXTliAU sold Certificate iMuad was In the Dade Plato of I' lorMn, A* embraced
.-fJorner of Avenue HIP I/ord'n 'films of t.V.. Taylor. .
Nuoprr lays brhMnnl. "'L1 \. In C..rrtf".tt.0: 4746. The naee**
i. and Klrrh client. Bible unon. .) lt Ko'a. m.; couiraunltm. 11:10'JrI' .WTH.The. City of Homestead County ofIRule. said Cettuii. ite u ue,| mm 11Ih..
: Hutu of Kloridu "ia einbrit, el mime I Study (ln-" nlll vilest I'in I'.rllflcate No 47:>l. Th Hsawwin 1.01 U. HI"f.! Tin. I'alina. In
moat Till........ i \(>n'iu ut clHliimwt 1 1'---- --- --' I it of sold nioiniiy umli tin:' flee c ty of /110101",1. Com'''t\ of
; cm ttcn ur aou"Jlonu 4"1tUneato No. 471S. The .......... .ild. (Vitltlciile i mi.i UK, In th I 11'"lp. Ptit 01 I."lurl.In. it rail ? I I'orlllk"
j i heat at eaM property under thvltltCrrtlfloate >. n line of I.. W 0)101' In I "u 4T4ii Th ,' N-
"(end.-J. U. Dodfon pa- "b.l..r. turbo nt j towed was 11th,! I ot'4. Block 1. .TinlMlin In Await' of ...ht piojn"rty mil" ., tin
Planar .ot\c:. 9: 45 a. m.; Miiilti In the Old it IMI.-HI i* {] sums at t. W. TayMr. the City of Homestead county' or Mild C.."I state, (Miiod .w 11 1 I., II,.'
school .,t 10 ft, m.; ]). C. 8I1n.// being; e m uperlntcndi.nt ,' ,' Thu K. Joht C. i the City county ode r I i vrllflintc' No 47 .III I'llnaaun loOt 10. rllocK I. The )',,1"0 III
v pi' Hum of Worlds, a* emln'ac.'.1 I I ,,1I1"lIt of raid I'op"y finder the the City ol Mom..m. ad nunty ofI
ft a. m ami 11-00 p. m. Prayer I ricli 1.1, piiHlar Ilimilnv School' at I in C'<>...ltteate No. 4T14. The IUX-M-. I ulil Council, I."u<.i1 WIIH in the (ode. .....'.. of 'lo"I... H.. emhiH 1 AIn
tine e' rV dn*.d./ "v.nln.JI"'Cf'1I 10 n. in Young l-mpl.H' meeting I! inent of Mid property under theI mime of I.. W. Tnylor Citrtlfliate No' 1747 'I'he u*....r-
it a:30: p, in ; sermon at 1.an. !I Mid Certificate issued vjan thenanus i, Lot H. Ulock 9. The J'nhn. In ment or Paid luopeitj' under allrelief ,.
nf r.. W. Taylor. the City of Hunioatnid County oUade ,
Certificate ..
Island wax In lln
I OF THE NAZARENEd I Apr. 40-Yoiiuit PoupliM' Lot .. Black 1. The ........ In th o t I State of Florldn. UK rmhriiccim name of I. W.. To ylur.
nonh I4i k- "('hl'l..., file 1hofilhor., Dido, Certificate "' .. 4731 The iianowiownt .
.tt'ft.1.-Corn.r.!') Btaal |> : City of Homestead aunty of Lot II. l'I.'k 4. The Palm In
M W. Fourth Avenue, W. A. ,j I "iM-rninn' tool(.: ""'he Ik-MUrrno. State of Florida, a* embraced In I of aal,1 property under the the C'ty' "( lloineilcnd. County of ,
Certificate No. 4711 The ,1..ld Certificate Issued woe In the .
JjiMiten tlon." lide. Hlnte of I Florida.' flat oillhinci ,1 \
paator Sunday school .t .. meat of said property under th nnnie of L. W. Tuylor In < ertlfkatv No. 474H Th. ......-
|9i: : preaching at 11 a. m and f IO I ----- aid Certificate Issued was In thname eo Lot 4, Block 3. The Pilma In
....... ..... .. I i ment of Mid propeily under the
V t. Prayer meeting Thursday ., _. .."". .. ."". ..".. ".,..."..".". or L. W. Taylor.l.ot the City of Hometrtead 'ounly oI Hid' Certlfliate Issued nun In the \

t:10 A LEGAL NOTICES I 9, Block I. The Palms I In th w' I Stale of Florida aa embraced name of I. W Taylor
m. hearty to
p welcome .
| Dade 111.'d".. Iflcae No. 4715, The .... ".-
... .. City of Itoaneatead, OoMiy of ( Lot II Block 4. The Palnm In I
..._. ._""."..._ .. _.... _...' '
i the
State of inorliln.! a* embraced InOrtlfteato of Mid property under the Clly of Homestead County <>f 1
S 1'I1..lon-Th. Her. F. W. XotUe of Aiilliwilin fur Tax: IVnl No. 41... The aoafmant I amid Certificate Issued was In the Dado State of Florida. aa embracedIn I
Oehler. paator Sunday Bible I NOTICE IH HKItKBY GIVEN of laid property under the name of L. W. Taylor. Certificate No. U ct. The aaaewment -
School it I!' it, :3. II. Underwood THAT Theodiru Bailey, Holder aaAenlanee { aid Certificate Issued was In the Lot 7. Block I. The PnlfU, In ef said property under the
of City of Homestead Tat name of U. W Taylor the tllty of Homeetead, Otmry 01llnde Mid Certificate Ireland Was 11Ih... i
le.lntendent. Preaching at ,11 Certificate Nos. 4701, 4J'H' 4710, I Lot 10, block 1, The Palm, In State of Florida as embraced name of L W. Taylor.
s: 111. and T p. m. Young Peoples'clrty 4711. 4711 4711,4714 47U, 4714, the City of tlimteelead.. County of m Certificate No. 4711 The aaeaM- Unless Mid Certificate should be I
kt C P. m. Midweek pray. 4717 4711, 47U. 4710. 4721 4711 ]>ade, State of Florida an embraced trjt" of nail property under the redeemed according to law. tax
47ti 4724 47IS, 4721, 4727. 47tl. In Certificate No, 4717. The wiveamnnt *- Issued was In the deed will Issue thereon the Stairs (
meeting every Wednesday at 4710 4711, 4711. 47JS 4714. I ff Mid property under the name of r.. W. Taylor d.' nf April. A D Ilia I
"P. m. 4!111. 4714; 4717, 47 l, 4739.: 4740, aid Certificate Issued au In the. Ut I, Block .. The PalmIn looted this. 1hh i day of March A.
4741 4741. 474S 4744 4745. 4744 name of L. W. Taylor the City of HnmeatMd County ol I1 1930.
4747 4741 and 4748. dated the 5th Lot II, Block 1. The Piliu, In ude. Plate of Florida, aa embiaced E. U LEATHKRMAV.Plerk .
the City of Homestead. county of In Certificate No. 47,.. The aMeaament >
day of December, A. I). 1f27, has of deceit Court, IMde "County.
Kt Julio'*.-The ner. C. P. Jack. fled said Certificate in my office, Dade. State of Florida. a* embraced of laid property under the Fh>H on. rector. Sunday school at II a. and has mad application for tax I In Certificate No. 4711 The ataeaitmtnt sold Certificate lUlled was In the By I... 1"<'nno. II .'.
''ID.I crviae and Sermon at 11 a. .... deed to issue In accordance with of said property under rile name of L W. Taylor. Clk. Circuit Court Heal)
law. Raid Certificate embrace the said Certificate Issued saps In the I Lot 9, Block t. The Palms: In Mar 17, Apr 3. 10. 17 .14
following described prop rllo.. alt- name of I.. W. Taylor the l toy at Humesgod. CountyDade of --
T.V'flt ;RA1t. United In Hade County Florida. to- Lot II, Block 1, The Pnl n*. In State of Florida aa embraced NOTICE
ne.lland.-Th. n... O. Nuaemaq.tutor wit: the City of Homestead County of In Certificate No. 4711. The iaseew NOTK ID IlKKKBr GIVEN:
[ English services" Lot I. Block 1, The Puliita In the I Itade. mate if P'lorld"l" embracedIn i anent of wld property under the thai the undersigned ItollKlir' IIILJ.
every MO- City of Homaatead. County Ot Dade, Certificate No. 471*. The aMeea- wid Certificate Issued was In that !\ ;n. and DOHA MILLER. letw1tW" *
,cad ftiinday, at I p. m.t German Pasta ef Florida, a* embraced In ment of amid property under the femme of 1.. w. TaylorLot ill I on the 25th day ef April
,"rvlre*. every fourth Sunday In Certificate No ,470t The assessment 1 aid Certificate Intend was In the 10, Block' t, The reline-, itio, apply to one of the
each month at I p. m.IF.'t110 of mild property under the name of I,. W. Taylor. the Cliff vf 1I1>", ...te.". County of Honorable Judges *f th*'t>.vrnih
said Certificate Issued was In the I lx>t 1, hock I, The Palms, In bade Htatx ot Florida aa embracedIn follicles Circuit Court In and fur
name of I. W. Taylor I the City of Homestead County of Certificate No. 4TI4 The u_- Dade County Florida, for aa. order
If ..M'I'PlHOOpAI... Lot i, Block I. The Pa Inn. In the I Dade. State of Florida aa embraced ment of said. property under the author.'nr Ihe adoption them
', f'1nrfrta i Mty Community Church City of Ifterno Lead, County of in Certificate No. 4TJO. The esaeesI Mid Certificate leaned w.a In the of BETTIH COUCH and b'I'' /. ..
) -The R.v. George El Deuel paator. Dade state of "Florldn a* embraced i, meet of Mid property under the name of I. W. Taylor COUCH minor children
In Certificate No. 470S Th assessment I mid Certificate formed was In the toot II, Week t, The Palma, In Dated this nit day of hatch, .
|Sunday school, 10 a. tn., Ur*. NrU > of told property under theMid I name or I. W. Taylor the City of Homestead County' ofIMdx A. D ItlO.

Mulllna, auparjntendent; preaching c'erttflcate\ Issued .** In the 'I' Lot S, IHm'I: The Palm, In Plata of Florida aa embracedIn ROBERT L Mlf.l.Kn.IIORA .
*t 7:10 p. m name of I,. W Taylor. the Coy : d, County of Certificate No. 4117. The ..._- )11 LIhJlt.

Italian. The Jl.v. Oeor,*. E. Lot I, Block 1, Th Palm. In Itade Mate of florlda, a* embracedIn I I pant of said property under the 101... 2*. 17, Apr I, in. 17
the City of Homestead, County of Certificate No.>4UI. The aawM- aid Certificate Issued was In the
x>ene1. ..lor. Sunday school, .10 Dade State of Florida, IB embraced ment of said property, under the I name of I. W. Taylor. In Court of tie CountyImfee,
o'clock. Publlo warship at 11. In Certificate No. 4710. The as.rse- !I l Mid Certificate Issued was In thename Lot I. Work 4. The Palms I In State <>f llorl.la, Ihuto t.txmlj.o .
|Epworth League, 7:10 p; m. meet of said property under the of L. W. Taylor.: the City of Homestead, County of > 4....
.; Hook Harbor Mid Certificate I Issued wa In the I I I Lot 4, Block t, The Palm. In I Iiade. State of Florida, .* embracedIn In Re Estate of John Victor IMCeaaed
ropununfly ChurchIsland rams of L. Taylor ,, Hie City of Homestead County of Certificate No 4711 The aawta*. ..
s" of Key Largo. The Rev. Lot 4, fiiurk t, The Palm, In !1, Dade. Mute of Florida, a* embracedIn I meet of Mid property under the To All Cmllion, legatee. iNs.
i! E. I. Oetman part Or. preaching the City bf Homeatead. County of Certificate No. 47 U. The assessment Mid Certificate tanned was In the irllMiinra, ami All IVnvm HatlaaTflaliii

; every Sunday at I:" p. Dade, Plate of Florida, a* embracedIn ef said property under theMid native of L. W .l.loH. or UrniaiMU Agalawe
m. !
Certificate No. 4711 The assessment Certificate Issued was In the loot t. Black ..Im., In held KNUIe
*f said property 'under the name ef L. W. Taylor I Ii | the City of Homestead, County of Yon and each of you ar* hereby
METHODIST' FXEE Mid I Certificate heated was In the Lot I, Block t, The Palm, In IMde. Plate ef Florida. as embracedIn notified and required t* ere- f
: f".rilai rty--Sunday. school at name ef I. W Taylor i'i the City of Homestead, County of I Certificate No 4776. The aneM sent any claim end demand I
i 1IO Preaching; J the Rev. Lot I. Block 1, The Palm. In the Dade, Prate ef Florida, a* embraced' Mont of Mid properly under the which you or either ef you I
I y City of Homeatead.County of Dade. In Certificate. No 47J1. The jeers.t )[Mid Certificate loaned a. In the may have eialnM the fatal
o ,' Fred barter of Uk Worth once State of Florida a* embraced In .. ef Mid property under the name of U W. Taylor. I .John Victor late of )tnmlstood. -
a month. Certificate No. 4711. The *Me_ said: Certificate IMued was In the Lot I, Block 4. The Palm, In Florida, to the County Judgeof
HETHOniST EPISCOPAL ment Of Mid property under the name ef t. W. Taylor the City of Homestead, County ofItude. I Dad County, Florida, al big of.
Mid ,Certificate issued wa In the', 1.01.. Black I. The Palm In Note of Klorlda, al embracedIn flee In the Court House al ::1111.....
SOOTH name of L. W Taylor. the City of Hementead County of Certificate No. 47t.. The a M.ment Klorlda within twelve month from
.i i1.lt.. Stone CnurcSt--Honeitead. Lot e, Black 4, The Palm Jr Dade, 8ta4e of Florida, a* embraced of Mid property under the the time of the nut publication of I
The R.t. I,. Mur.ro ft O, I'U- the Dry of Homeatead. County of 1 In Certificate No. 4714. The ._... Mid Certificate issued wa In the thle notice. Mid claim or
; to,. Sunday school at ':U a. m.. flood. State of Klorlda aa embracedfJRINEJ went of Mid property under the home of L W. Taylnr to be sworn to and ....
C A. ,-- ---- --- Mid Certificate leaned Was In the I' Lot 4. Block 4. The Palm. In atoreMld. *r Mm will be d.m."a't t
i field, *uperlnundnt J-teach same ef I.. W. Taylor.Lot the City ef Homestead County of See Chiplet 1011 Law
Ing nt ti a. m. and I p. m. T, lllock I. The. Palm. In I Hide. Plate of Florida aa embracedin Note ef Florida for year |
worth league at 7 p. m. EP-I the city of Homeatead Couaty of Certificate No. 41... The aweea.ment Dated February 4. lltO.m.
League at T 'm. Hade. ftate of Florida an rnihraeedInlVrtlfleate of Mid property under the IDA
i Prayer
p. No. 4711 The aaena- Mid Certificate. leaned wee In the GIVEN Wgrc. I
praise aervlce, Wednesday at i super nf Mid property under tie name of U W. Taylor Adiulnbitraton. Estate ef John
P. m. mid 'irtlfl.'..te Issued was hi the Lot I, Block 4. The Palm.. In Victor, DrieuMd. t

Apat 2UW-M,.liln.l 1.1'1 name of I. W Taylor the Cliff of Homcatead County of fob. 10 2T. Mar. e, 1*. 20 S7. Apr.
Lot 0. nitxk .' The r'I...... tall I Ixde tate of Florida, aa mhraMdIn 1, U.: II. I
ret> <* IU ..
poeaiv | fin the <* file. City of lloimntrild. 'oinkty Of Certificate. No 4T4>. The aa *4avjaent -------- t
rrcllooj !'.unllirnl ",\0 Ifa'1 YouES D
ChriN<.;'Kx, .ikps Ro..I'.UICOt, ..'1..... I m. MI of laid property Miner. of L. W. Tarter
Night and Horning to keep alai Cerement* t lamed was /la the Lot c. Block *, The Palms, In TRANSFER CO.
Cory Betln.Kvrnlnict." I them Cleao,Clear cod Htaltar name ft L. W. Taylor the Homestead, County
""" ..._ "I Ain I Write for Free"Eye Care"or Lot 9. Neck :. The Palm, In fled: fate of Florida as ell S \\'...t Jlowry hlrwl .6'

,( ill Iteeurr'Mkm;" antlrt'ni.The "Eye Beauty Book 4 the City of Homestead County *f tn Certificate Xe 4741. Th ._..-
I Had. State of Florida aa .mhrooed ment of Mid property umlvr the, Haullag! of.Every De riftloe I I
Spring Time nf tlicK M..c..DoI.L L 06iA.CIi.pe! ...
L9 In 0N1.'I..tNo., 1727 The frM- r. d r" rt'fIrote l boned n >. In thajua ,- I Prompt.. ...* Phone IliMTHE
-ill"tnsil ijiinrtot<, "The still1 I meat ot mid property under the ut L. W. Ta> l i'r I !


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po "III "; r hs'II nr. I sn [h 1,1 it! 1'etw abrc in The "UII.1 1 ( 110" n'' I? r.
from n tls"ntl,, rots!. .' I"> I. lu.ttr.- \I i will hi lit'1.1 ti-::. rlr., I" r.i r.
SLATED MONDAY theLION'S 1"0 ,," ,, nn..ori.I .11 ,stnnthI ['t".) lint ill k IIII'dI,i" .pl>OII1I-\j\i May HI the r,'Bttl.ti. ...... "sits
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t I : AT COURTHOUSE 1 I'm 1.d (4. II '1'1.1 ,I lo bu held In IJentvr r USE -ii NGANESE6. ,

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Perry Wall of Tampa to E. rvlcCASKILLCoMMy
Preside "Taxation

Committee hearing MnlMtair lines Jeer, IWt, aHamuwr hte candidacy for a** /f.
ties W <( At the luncheon at the Lions to be I**! June link 1M", and lcdKei
A t-lk-f. t tin M* iirebtom and Club Tuesday Uw eominUtee in T Honest. energetic and Impartial prosecution without (,'al''l' 1
wr and mean* for t**.r oval Lion charge of The Flapper. 0.n4lb. r*'or bating In mind always that I mast serve ell the people its :'I
will b* held In a sixth floor courtHkurii .," the play which the chic public <>r'antiMMitlon t
*f the Dad County courthouse Lion and the Ar..-Inc Club an of all. my time t* office a* t have done daring toy entire -
ii rm of office.That
sponsoring, reported that th. ,-astle
at Miami .
Monday begin- t do and will keep able and honorable assistants, and .J
at l' a. m.. according to H selected and everything In thru tome one of us will always be In the office to promptly mil
W. Watt, realtor and chairman of readlnee for the coach who will f jurtuously receive all persons having complaints whether court
Ae Dade County Democratic e.- arrive seen. The play will br pr, tint n session or not '
pcatlve committee- with Joe panted In the Heme d school auditorium I a This i am free from say obligation whatever to any rgantautton -
QOi. president .( the Florida Power Apr 20 ::la the Ili-d. newspaper. or person whomsoever.
I consider this. office a public trust. My reputationand artuny -
tend school auditorium, IdTh
1 Light C*. and James H. Oil Apr '
In office are open to Investigation and If I am elected I further
man. president ef the Dank of BayUNvrayne aaat which will tw taken 1 pledge ,m honest ndmlntotDillon of the office h
la sponsoring the meet- from both RedUnd and Homestead You t ote and confidence will\ be appreciated
lug. and which will conform a* far *.. O. R. McCAflKILL. t
I The three Miami promotora of possible U the cart which gave the aLr the meeting art described a* play hero In Kit under the caper
'tmambera ef the ......wld. committee vision of ...... Frank Maueman la
which wa* organized under not yet ready for publication. Mra.Boyer .
the direction, Governor Doyle JiI.I reported Thursday afternoon
I Carlton several month ago" and The plot for the play la woven r''
given the name *t the Florida Clt- around a flapper grandmother who J. C. BROWNFOR
,I Uen'a Floance and Taxation Com- foe abroad to be mad youthful
tnltte( tn an effort to work out Two choruses of children of high ..
I the rn piy ;. tax rogram tor the state of FlorMnir : younger children will be \frt.tin. .
ida. i penty M. Neyl who I* In GROUP O\K) 1
Perry O. Wall of Tampa, chairman
chart *f the ticket solo gap alunctieoa
if the commute, will presideat 1 '....*.. A prla of flo I AM KOUlRnhKtUm
the Miami meeting Monday .. hat Been offered t* the room ta
all of the II members of the Homestead High School and the < of laaN by A ntoew evonoutlcml aU>nlnl..lrtl ii
mitt* have been Invited to .. .d. room In Itedtand High School that of our local and state government, and by diverting a Major

Mr Wylie .Id. sells the most ticket, she aald portion of the gas tax to the retlmnrnt vt bonded lndeb r.l>
., "Th purpose of these h..rl.."", Advertising. I* In the hand Of W. neb of the ec..raIal.kll.WorlullllA' .
mod Mr. Watte "la to brine R. BId and Mr. W. M Bradley
small M well .. the large tax: payer The lona Club committee for rumtirnMiUon.IkrtUr '
tf\U ** Uit with the commlttre! the play consists of lire. H. It I
anal I* hear first hand from puchIMUvMual T UlUun aryl .
Boyer Mr James banking by wh "legislation t. In nMmaitry to bitter
1 or group their particular Kdwird millni The Arenw Club
i tax problems. and their Ideas for I conned< .' consists. of Mm N. yl<-. insure .I..tcq and .oc-k-lIoIdero against tan

skew solution The local com M.... Bradley and )I.... J. E. I Dux I I.. Itrapiwrtluonifnt of rrprwicnlatlon In the mate legitila-
*iltt<>.u.n have Invited all large I The marble committee through
owners of acreage and subdivisions, ton la conformity with lubitkMu
I Lion Paul Huaeen reported everything -
the Miami Retail Merchant Assotlatlimt lit readiness to begin the Abolition of pull tax.I _
Board of Public Instruction
The tournament to be held during
I The Miami. Apartment Boy- Week the first part of May. nerved two tense as a member of the legislature I IIwrhtHwt front Folk County, and thn rx
IleUM .Association, the Hotel At this. time champion ,I*. to be mlU aid m* In rrpneKrntlna the Ie""I: Jolen' association, and other or- elected from each of the schools forttooomhig primary.
.......tlou. a* wall *e Individual in Rattlers Florida City and Home
1 taxpayers wishing to be heard, toy will
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Th hearings tn other title will commute plan to award a ault-
( be completed. aad the report/ ( theeommltte '
t *'* finding* published. before will not rot In any war as a boardof
the November election It has equalisation nor will It adjuetgrtovanacea.
beta *n unced- Th committeeS ." | I

t. S Time to Spray I

lion didacy Announcing for for Renomina-: My Can- _1 and Fertilize I Irs

L County Citrus |

Purchasing ,= I ;


In Agent June Primary 1 To kill that Lemon Scale 1"


t I FOR RE-ELECT EFFICIENCYAND ECONOMY, | and produce bright fruit |:


I f I "Red" A. S. Eldredge II|= use our .sprays. and |=',

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George(Treeent F.Incumbent McCall) I REDLAND BRAND I .

t ? Awaoaases hla) eaadltieey
r v 1117 1 FERTILIZERS ;
tor the Position W .

Clerk of the Criminal C .

N. Court ef Record :

i, A praUmt of Dade f*uwly I ::
r d, t Stan IM. Tour support to Flit East Coast Fertiliser ee.ay

t none" and wilt b* aporo-

1 ...... 1 FlUNK B. RtJE,' IGR.

it rv B Homestead, Florida Phone 16 Bel

v Democratic: Primary

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