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Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1930
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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VOLUME VIII-NUMBER 5 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. THURSDAY JULY 17, 1930 PRICE FIVE CKNTS; .
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EARLY PLANS THE TIME IS RIPE It DEMONSTRATION 10 An Win :

That holder of city of Homestead bond are beginning i* .

real!** that they are In the same class with a lot of other Itoumtiinjri .


FOR FESTIVAL front Broker who haute rlt.glg 0desirigtf to sel/. >!tlilto! : HWeatead.Jbow TOMORROW TO START SOUTH !

.. *. at big discount. One iUft| otter, read U> the ekgouitM u
its meeting but weed stated th V th0 client .*.re*.ni d wovl probably -

be willing to nell *tU, cents on the dollar but It wool funk "

TO BE TALKED *van than that and' Invited the city to make a. bid. It VMS also said DADE BAIT SPRAY CAMPAIGN

that the city of Homestead howl keen offered; back other of Its

'.. bond ut II cent on the dollar. .
-- It by some sans method or other the city cooks but back these -

Fuchs Calls: Open Meeting bond at a price somewhere between II and >0 cent on the dollar WEATHER REPORTThis Growers Called to Meet at

for 8 p. Tomorrow and the tax rat and property valuation reduced accordingly, was the hottest week this Silver Palm Drive +'
there would bo some Incentive for citizen to snake wcrlltoeo In
at C. of C. Rooms year according t* !Stacy! Hawkins, and Krome Road
.. f order to keep their tax** paid, Ask I* now, only few *r* paying local observer for the United
their taxes; and the result ki no better than if the tea rate were I -
The higheat -
mete Weather Bureau
WOULD INSURE GOOD slow or the vttu...tl* a rwtorecd-la all probability not ""a good.It temperature reading for the POISON TO BE READYAT
la understood that the city council has been wording "nletty
NAME OF DISTRICT week, 04. wan the Sunday reading. PLACES MONDAY
: on a solution *f the problem our bonded Indebtedness. W* bellev reading, i
The lowest temperature
that the time U ripe BOW foe bringing the bond debt situation I -

Question Considered at i to a head. Lake Worth has begun series of conference withrepresentatives e.I July, wa II for to Saturday July IT,night Incluidv Shipment Received yesterday

of of Its bond-holder looking to relief its Indebtedness .
Suggestion Geo. fronts Max. Min. Rain- From Clear- t
and Homestead also should do something *tonc*.
W. Turner, Jr. July Baro. Tem. Tam fall ing House
11 '0.00 IT 71 .00
LET'S HAVE ECONOMYMayor 11 10.01 I* 11 144U
:'An open meeting in the Redland Poison bait spray for use In Insuring .
10.00 10 .( ,00
:District Chamber of Commerce I Livingston has used the word "economy" In. hlfeffort 14 11.11 .4 M ..06t against invasion hy this

hoe been called for I p. m Friday to have the city get rid of two of his political opponents the coun. $ ".07 *i 71 ..SIII Mediterranean fruit fly arrl\d last

'(tomorrow) l Ity Cha.. T. Fucha, Jr., cil rehired after tile January municipal ( tlon. W* agree thateconomy I0.il II It .It night and the loral spraying committee *

president, for'tho purpose of dl.evening .- should be the watchword at present, but we differ with IT ".0' n 7S ..* headed by County Agent C.
the mayor a* U where this knife of should bogln.
economy
too advisability of beginning
H. Steffanl Immediately told aconference
no..to The city i* BOW 6tns'run by skeleton forco. Elimination of Bank to Open Friday
plan a Radioed DIs-
with A. C lonilly,
I any office or position now held I* not advisable, and soy officers For Filing: of Claims
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fruit festival for 1111.Th member of the spraying deportment
or employee removed for
valid
reason should be
fruit festivals have usually replaced Immediately -
Been hold In March of tack year, Tot In View of existing circumstances. Eke operating expense > Th door ol the Bank of Homestead of the federal fruit fly board;

j though none wa held thU rear, of the city Should k* cut down will open tomorrow morning and decided to call all grower toa

I ,Owing to ravage to the fruit crop Miami' mayor and city omnmbaloner are each serving for a for the first ttsae line the bank demonstration. mixing aaj applying

j road by the lit hurricane which, dollar a year; Lake Worth's mayor get a dollar a year, and the wa forced to dose on Juno. 11. the bait spray to bo conducted

!, In the opinion of civic leaden, city coromlis'oner! get fid a yoaf each. Homestead's mayor get. Tk opening has been ordered br tomorrow (Friday) _rl Drat 4
B. P. Duncan to
loads It Inadvisable to attempt a 110e a month and the councilman each M the liquidator 10 .''''oek by Mr. Tonally,
get
a meeting, Mayor of
file proof
depositor to
I display of the dlitrlct'a fruit ,stdvegetable permit The demonstration will bo held .
Livingston
perform the duties *t municipal judge, therefore h* their claim on the bank' assetsladeouian3Tlfle .
products The
suggestloq
at Bernecker filling station corKrom -
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earns more than a dollar a ,.... Before the claim h .
boom he sorveil for. roots of v D "
has been ... ,
made that hereafter \ \.. .. _Feshw'viCrttoo :aR"
t'tlet\'v'at"1lW"beld "lu'Febrtary |f* d mm 11<*H* mrHllUDBrTIIVk tVfn..WlMifeTSoirf days-4n'd 'k- % ,, road. Every grower' who
t when the Miami tourist' then some working under the liquidator and
season la at contemplate doing his own sprayIng
its height. Wo suggest that the mayor show sincerity. )' of his "economy" !. most case all t".t.\11 be I is urged to attend. Mr. fltefi:./

Early planning tho festival Intention by the graceful gesture of Insisting on a substantial cut n..._.., for the depositor to do fun ways ...

t bode chamber of commerce supervision. In his calary.This will bo to check the entries made The poison bait spray will be "
f It has been and It correct alga the claim.
suggested would set such an sample of civic patriotism before the available to grower Monday at the
Further check of the bank' condition -
will Insure having a good f..Uv..1a"d other Florida East roast Fertiliser C*.
city official that
4 most of them Including the councilmen show the following to be
protecting
Interests of the warehouse In Homestead, the
community against outside promoter and the much-opposed auditor and city engineer must surely 1 com true, Mr, Duncan said this mornIng packing house of the Ooulds Growers

Interested; only In feathering forward to do likewise Thus economy would *>* effected for the : Inc.. *t doulds, and the packing

their own nest at the. expense of city without the necessity of firing ..,on.. Total deposits121,016.00.. Of house of the Silver Palm Citrus
j'b.* good name of the Redland Die this mount 866,719 were secured Growers Association In Red-

trlct Immediate consideration of deposits comprised as follows: land. The spray materials are being -
Lyon Picks Last of Blackberries of Homestead 10,1)00) Countyof
the r.uv&1u.llion wa proposed City donated by the Florida Citrus
at the Lion club meeting Tcesday Dad 121,111 postal *a>lng* 'Growers Clearing House A

ty George W Turner Jr., wm later Bearing Since Early in April ,".U'. gloss with the object of t.klcb"

took the matte up with President Cash OB hand IS4.SS1. precautionary measures again he

Fucht of the chamber at com H. )t. Lyon on Baturday Bond tll.411. Of this amount fruit fly that the federal govthuIng
gathered and
very *sweet |5',2uO pledged to the secured
merce. Mr, Fucln announced his were mint and various states now have
call tot the meeting tomorrow the last of this year regular Mr. Lyon came her 10 years ago deposit old |500 were un Quarantine against Florida

: night at the Rotary Club meetingyesterday crop from his already famous Lyon from Michigan after a particularly\ pledged. Some of' the pledged will have no reason for continuing
bl..ckberrleIbou.h' scattered severe winter had killed his fruit bonds Including those held by the the embargo and restrictions on

'All citizens of the district are In. bloom on tit plant Indicate that: truce city of Homestead have already Florida fruit and vegetable

Y" sited to attend Friday night'sIDNting I h* will have com berries as lateas Investigating Trio been surrendered to tho secured Mr. Tonally has been assigned to
and told by them.
in the depositors I
chamber of
commerce 1 co-operate with the local spray ,
and eipreee their *lew. on August, The plant hav*'b*.n'bearing In Session With Mayor Loan 115,111. committee In itade. Browsed and I II

whether or not a festival should be nines early In April. A' On deposit In Bank of Bay BIscayne Monroe counties. In addition to .

j. held, what Veto if should k"'-,held, few of those,; potted this! spring 1 TM Investigating commute appointed approximately ....000. I I assisting In mixing and. i"iinen.stratlng .

If held and what plan *houl be though less than a foot high ire by city council to consider I the application of the '

I made now', ff any Mr. Fuel ....Id. now ripening three n>r four or i charge brought by Mayor &.!, E.I Steffanl and Children pray 1>* will Inspect the r..llit.ot l'

five berries apiece. 1 Livingston last week against Cltp Eecape"Serious Injury the prsy campaign and make
Man Drowns After Fall Auditor Paul R. I official report of his finding
Mr. Lyon has potted ,00t blackberry Jr.,4ectln.d The local committee ha ar-
From Ferry Landing Engineer K. H. Hook County Agricultural Agent C. Kgreffani ''
I The body of William Ingraham plant this seaeon. DurIng : to disclose the result of a session I a ad fpur of his children rehgeiW have the bait spraymtond

M Tampajgho died Tuesday night the eight year h* spent In experimenting held yesterday In the maqor'.'6f. escaped serious Injury when the fir th* grower at the various "j

after a,;fall from the ferry slip atJaUtocutnt to produce; a faultless 1 floe In the city hall. Member of 'car life SUTfinl was driving overturned depots. The Hedland Cltru.
the committee said they would first en the Dixie Highway neat Grower Association dlrectos at a
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"w. at the Turner Funeral ,
semi-tropical ho
blackberry,
Home. A wire, received have t* make their report to the Princeton Sunday following ablowout meeting Saturday voted to employa f
;Wednesday from Mlae Mary Ingra.kara worked out a system of potting that I council", which meet Monday of one of the roar tire spraying crew to ....., the grove
make the resetting: of the pleat of Its member tk ) to bo
ct night TL. were throw from expense
occupants
TarawaJil* daughter, Indicate
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matter.
I *. Vat burl tJ'',,,,I I 'tilt. plate> a Dimple pnssss a I Taking part In the meeting were the ear and Vhllo they sustained charged against the return of future
small of root Into tin
piece a can tho committee bpilsee from their ...tac' crop shipments. In other
1.... : composed of Con- painful
" I It i.tueder.toeot'th.t; Mr. Iowa.bam. .f filled,with eoll. By the time thepeot'has : cllman Chae. T. Fueha, Jr., W. E. with the rock on the side of tho part of the state, Mr. Tonally said,

4\ fcrim.j Xy Weet cigar- tent up a plant. few Money aid Wm. MisselwMtei the road, they 'were not pinned tinder the expense of halt spraying ban
oboe high the bas rusted .
can
mailer. watraveling with Bunny mayor and his attorney. A. K. the car. Tb car wara total wreck. not exceeded II cent an ace, and
be .... I
dee not need t removed III'j
oven In this rocky section It Maid
Griffin of Key Wen to visit Hlnman and W. O. Bowman Assistant Mr. Bteffanl and the four Injured
the plant I* set out. Sometimes
brought back to that II cent an acre will nodes the
Key Wen friend H, was In the City Attorney E. P. Roberts; children were
eat should bs made each
water about five minute. accord- en and. It I* reported, a fourth ..ttor.ne Homestead by Mr*. meffaiil who ..p.n_ Grower are advised to
Mr. Lyon but the
explain soon
tog to report, and regained conrlousnes can ,. It.. known also that Lo was driving ahead In tile other bring knapsack sprayers or othercontainer
to piece In the ground. Plants.
once after he goon Bishop, local correspondent a Bteffaal car with her father, James when they call for their
t brought out Artificial respiration wa can be set Oat any time of the year; Miami newspaper was present at 'Johnson. the two eMert daughter allotment of spray..

was: tried for three hour and they are sure to live, h* esr*. this meeting a* a witness for the Misses. Anna and a..... and the J. .. Ralney, county ageat -for I

Mr Ingraham who wa *pparently > vn without fertiliser.The which' mayor. SUtfanl baby, Janua. Mary, Cath- northern Dado County, 1* Incharge I
plant
Lyon blackberry
.*rln*. Helen end Motion, the of the spraying campaign
about 40 wars pf age I* surf Injured
a cross between the Florida j
la that eectlon Like Mr Bteffsnlhe.
f TO OPKH URMI-WEKKLT! : children underwent ,
|oed by fre e1rll The Naranja packing house Of went for their bruise st bom Mr. ordered pray for ft.OOO aore '
liONS I nfi-ren TO POOL 11.. ,, I I. a low growing bosh The I Bteffanl 1* at hi. work a* usual I, so the total acreage t* b* sprayed !
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when fully ripe are sod t* Dado I* 1D.OOO, Miami has
with only a few eceabches ;
Member of the Homestead Uon 1a..1 Exchange
I acct-1! greed t* send out two truck and
were Invited to the Venetian pool STATION A. COIN FIRM : light cut lo show for his 1
in Coral, Gables next Wednesday' by I ronflmutlon of the contract for the exchange announced yesterday. dent. I crews t* spray all citrus within the t

Lira to rile Of the Coral Cables continuation *t Aatlaa A, port- I II i[ Opening of the house for dally The lire blew out when the car I, city llnWts. The icuth-rn Dad

Uca .. loin al the Liens club In- I office rob-statieoga" In the !*mlnol*,: epeeeview'h.o been set fir August swerved mtexpeatedly so Ur *tf- epraylag committee win have a,
bl" ii 11..1 l B<-n Irol. TwxlayBeverui Pharmacy vas r..,., Ived from the ,. 1. hut owing to unexpected \ lum<. fnnt ,1p1,4 i'ie b-ikee while '0- '' 'Iol Ifflgatl.in .t the ,n,, .lug ,,' lh

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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday. July 17. 1930
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Mr. Cain and they will priced bf
I automobile to Hlakley. Qa.. lair
In and JiroundHomestead former. homo, tor a ....II.* visit ./
with rolatlvo._ : I

Mr and Mr*. Russell Anderson
and Mr*. L. O. Okrr oxpfrt to loses
hy automobile ft ''a|f for a factlM -'
of two wk '111 QomrtAjl.MX .I II
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demons to !1I.... her rorBMr' to Your,7 ppct
)Mr*. IrUVlMlto Hue. or Homestead. "no wlII'.4.*,.*tml weeks with I I homo tail the wll praeood to Taldola. -,
ajt* Florid City lots Sunday en a h.r mother, Mr* C W. BrMta A ROAST of beef in from'-
change
..B*.tlOB trip thai will take her up Mr LAHroncc. who will return neat)1 f a pleasant
Mk* seat coast tat across the state ii'rk will .b. accompanied br hll.I 101.... Claudia Anderson returned. j your regular menu. Suggested now because v,'e"
41....,IOn., down' the wet oowl >brother M (', Lawrtac ;Sunday from Arcadia where she' offer some unusually fine beef suitable for your
.IMf back home via the Tamuunlnail. I mad a abort v.....with br paroau, dinner this week end -GOc a pound.
She vlll rlall friends at K. B. M.rhot Unloa poultrr- Mr. and Mr*. Alonio Marlosop "I
a 17>Mous point along the rout man, tad. W. T. NtttlM., district itrlo -i that ..,.. Aaoorapaayln her on, THY THMKIIOlTDLIt
.ltiirl agent,, vr la Horn- her return was ::r :Ut r. Ml**' : IIOASTH' -Tlrt.. hunk run bw k and .uMlwV*about
;Mr. and Mr*. 0. W. Center left stood Monday to discuss boy club Vahtl McEw. visit bore' lour rib* A dandy iitrca lot of nice swat
Wednesday on a two-week' vacation 'work with County Agent C. H. a* tho.Kunt *( Mr. and Mrs Anderson -'
which they will Spend la t) myeiii 8tffanLMr IJ.
Oa. Mr. Casley to. *a tnMr at the Carl A. FieldSANITARY
Homestead municipal light plant *. Ju O. Cala left Wednesday Mr*. J. W. Martin and family
toe Mount Dora ria., where she turned Sunday morning from a ro-j
)f,. aa4 Mr. Lwur Lawrence will visit her nloca Mr*. Jack WUktrwn It with Mr*. Martin' *uitrr. ) MARKETIn
end Sons plan to have Friday for (formerly Ml" Allies Ollr Qrrtt, at DoPuaUk, A. & P. Store Homestead
Dmaru, Oa.. where Mrs. Law. I Bryant at Homestead) until July (Continued on Put Four) |

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Thursday July 17.1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Three
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Specials For Friday and Saturday 'i iI'

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JAM ROSE QUART BRAND JAR 29c FII'.S QUART TEXAS JAR 39C \


59c APRICOTS TALLlSIAN 43c '
, SUGAR 10 POUNDS 10 Lure Can-2 for \

BLUE RIBBON Food CALO 19c
MALT 59c Dog
3 POUND CAN 2 C ANS

MILK CLOVER FARM 89c Pork and Beans 3 CANS 25c '
10 TALL CANS IJ

COFFEE CLOVER POUND FARM 39c Meat and Produce 1

CRISCO 3 POUND CAN 59c POTATOES"VffSr 38c I

RICE FANCY BLUE ROSEI Q ONIONS FA3NgguSE AS 19c I
THREE POUNDS JLJJC
LEMONS FANCY 35c '
Quaker or Mothers
OATS PACKAGE lOc
BANANAS (;OLDEN UUE 14c
JELLO ASSORTED FLAVORS 15e 3 POUNDS
2 PACKAGESSANIFLUSH
PRUNES SUNSWEET 25c
2 POUND PACKAGE
CAN 19c
Pork Shoulder HALF WHOLE' 25c

CORN FLAKES 2 PKGS. 15C BACON CLOVER FARM SLICED 35c
RINDLESS, POUND
:. SOAP 4 P.&G.CAKES 19c BUTTER c"gY\ 42c

: SALMON TALL 2 CANS PINK 29c PICNIC HAMS P U25c:

SPAGHETTI 3 Cans for 25c LARD ARMOUR 3 POUND SIMON PURE 49c


CORN MILFORD 2 MED.CANS C. 0. 29c Chccsc CREAM FULL, lb. 2S



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J 'PaJeF'>r r-- THF HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, July 17, 1930 JIBESOHESTEAD .

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j Miami Beach where Qrtaold. Officer who were '
Kardla, ta Atlanta returned Batnrday. rdr from "
.t spent a week and a halt : abla to came wilt AutaUed late, .
LEADER accompanied they .
I They wr
IN AND AROUND back br Mr. Wynn niece, Mary Th Inetalllnrvtarr Consisted ">;" *:, :
ItMMIwd Thursdays at Home- Jo Werner who will visit with Mr Mr. and Mr*. Howard Smith an- district deputy Ira Barnes; depth'J ';, itII(
I the birth" ot a nine-pound ty warden, Ike I. io.; deputy MO-. ''Ii "
stead I*.., bjr the South Dade Pub. HOMESTEAD and Mr, Wynn her. nounoe 1/
fishing O*. on at the Hunt hospital Tuesday retry. Phil Levi; deputy trur :,
-- --- I ...--. T Unkmhokerwer _.lng He ha been amd PeriLCTOV .r. Mr Nlckerion: deputy chap.?:; a: I.
Mr. end Mr O '
IW..N Aft.UF..U.----E411M (I"on"a.OI4 From Pap Two) lilt, Mr. MfeaMla* deputy marihaH, ;
.1 Hiring Mr. Maltese Nile Mr.. I visitors In Miami. Monday liar 1:. BvMtfyr 4JMMby guardian 0., ; ,

tutored: '* second class nastier[ MftTtla mother. who has beenrtnlttii Henry Roland Battle underwenta r 0."I
dune 19. IMS at the pool dike atHomasesad. Mr*. Garrett returned with tiles Ollv Kennedy returned miner operation at the Hunt Among the queers present worst f'i
\ f.u.. undue the act olHunk IIM. Margin, They ales visited In Monday.from the Worrhe.tr City! hospital till week Pel A. K Untaenkac. depoti ,

1 *, U7 St. Andrew. and Panama ('11')'. Mr. Hospital at Worehejrter, II....... commander of Florida, and h .. ,
Martin who visited them while. alft where she la t./ rng a three year Mr.'and Mr*. William Voodoo ltd' tuff; D T. Beebe, district deputy :

boa.' MUCK. 'J.00 A nAB Andrews went on to Candor NC course la nvretng She will spend Wednesday for A.*u'u, Oa., HtDredl .' .f district" No II; the noble trandj;';

.. where he I* running a packing her vacation with her mother Mr*. *.. former home vice-grand of Fort Dallas No, .,"
t V'OIl. bouee for the American Fruit Louts aabl I II; the noble grand and vice '"i".n4 '','

myMepIu.. Oxtirait Singleton (Uower*. J ', (Mr. and Mr*. George )'ullerlot grand *f Coconut Grove Ho lit '
) OentlMI end tamed by some oat )Mr. Ethel Brown and daughter Miami vtttd trlead whU their, and a large delegation. from MU Af.I- ,df

tying reef, I W. U,, Mind left iodiur- '"''Jack- returned the tatter part ..( la.t: were la Homestead On hvM M amt Beach Uttle River, Coconut ,t,,' "

The sea no longer roars In lusty onvlll/ where he will join Mr*. week from a trip M Atlanta and' Tuesday night. ( Drove ad Fort Dalla '; .
glee.But Bird who I* vleltlnv her mother other point In Georgia. where they I N i'1}."t

etMh, >. far some unforgolten Mr*. L. M. Edward, Mr, and Mar visited relative Mr and Mr.. W. K. Walton left i Past Masters Serve : <, ";,
islet, v Wed twill tar them fM ir bout two Monday for Miami Beach( wh: -r And trawls ft la.*-.11;d mantle in'Nnoirth*. Mr. :Bw4' brother P. Roy Matthew was a. business they will spend their vacation! I At Masonic Ceremony/ ;

r I t** le*. I B. Hint. head of Me Bind tfievro- ylalter la'Miami over the weekend : ..:,:: ,
"" fait Stream' :Mir EM MrDavId of Plant Four candidate receded th*'' +',' 4
Above yi Snooty I I.' Cat:, ot Hotnectead .A .p.otid e ;
mountain, gray, i''to "\'lam today from 0 vacation Mr*. T. A. Campbell who for five City to visiting OeraUtM Belts In third or Master Mason degree at ;!.I,
A waning mo. t usage a feeble ''triP. I months has been syffer 1 ug tam s Homestead and Melba and Klliabrth : the >eat tnaten ceremony held bj; _,.,
Royal FalM Lodge V. and A. .,',
Mj
lights broken hip I I. able to be UP and Sever In Florida City. .'
The Proem sisters westward flee i at the Masonic hall Monday They t
Mr, and Mr. A. a. Davis andchildren around again
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away L.MMILY.N W..M1MN11.1111111. were Paul Reynolds. A. V. :Milton .i: t. \

Before Orion sword ot flaming. Georgia returned where they Wednesday had spent from aj! A. I, Campbell I Ie convalescingfrom Key Largo ItemsNN.NNN.NIx.xx.nx.rwYMMNIMYwNwwYNIMNxw J. Officer I,. Wood In and the Dick lodge were*l'fl\l./4\ :1:

I IHrMSouthward,' the double flash on a vacation of two week visiting' a recent Illness.Mrs. by past .1......*. These were: 8.B :. .:' ::
*
In BartoW, their former home and nlel'e.1 _Mr and Mr* Lancelot Compton Livingston T. J. V.nn.Y.. B. :r ;
Fwey Hook ,
C. M. Barrow and her
I other place ot Homestead span( Thursday i Cavea, W.. H. Sheffield, B. L. .
,
Ills off lu weraing 41'. riwaal. Mr*. J. P. Reynolds returned Bat-] : ,;
In the creek '
evening fishing off
Joiner W O. Talbot and Mr. ft'\
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f wnmehual, urday from a trip to Thomasvillesad 1
Mr. IV.f Ifcwidy and her /,, Key I..r.o. master ol the Palm !' ,
Tturig past
!II; While nearer. alt the channel beaten Cairo, Oa. In ThommxUI they ; ? ;&.
I fleck 4 eons, Buttey and Early returnedyesterday vitiated Mrs. Barrow brotherinlaw :- Vista lodge, aaalBted. In the Initiation '. :11
trust atourV vacation E. B. Hill visitor Ilotne- 1 I '
a was in
ships eat to V
the homing .
To Said* and alater Mr. and Mr*. W. ,
tttlr ..0101.A. spent at French Camp MlM.Mr I vudtttdMr tad Saturday night I' .. ....."1x1..........,mNx..w. -, ,
H Cook and In Cairo they
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11I1'atcli. that I can dimly' .a..w i *. Reynolds parent, Mr andMr1 .1.JIomestead Girl Scouts .'\;
: and spire. Carl ,JJedln and., W. R Crow and ton, Hobble
wee .
t:. p. ttlchter Richter Hy Mary M'\clll
H..jU Urn. with puny hand for their children will begin a twos; le Mr*. Borrow' th.r. Dexter SmIth and V. t.. Hai+la ot MNIIIININIMIMNINMNNNIIINYINMw1Y1wNNN.. r'
week vacation at Miami beach today Homestead fished oft Key Largo
this >a.t throng The Girt scouts of Rcdland andHomestead :
A dwarf Uruia Major In vast pageantry Mr and M'--T.: Harper and Sunday night. spent Tuesday. on Key 5

Daughter*, Catherine. and Cecolln, Biscayne a* guests of the owner I "r
Marking. the* meantime tor Miss Marie Campbell oC Uallan- returned Saturday from a trip to The lot conehrnawnt of book to I Mr*. Matherwn They left Hom'-1f
dale U vlaltlng her a* the 'be taken from the Key I library :
l argo
mighty snug.eNY1NN. Ares North Caroline and Virginia. Oa < toad at I:11 and from [ ,
of Mr. and Air P. J. rraaktln to the Homestead library wa 1
--- tit) way they topped over at rival at the dork In Mlnml I they
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.. J brought to Homestead Saturday
'M-; : fhrmlU, J(. C, where they vl.- bad a delightful time.

; FROM OUR MAIL BOX Mr. and W H Shaw from"and?. Kd )fro sad Mr. 8 8. Brim: Mr. ......-..................W......-..-..-..- I After a boat rid across Biscayne ., ,1
?x.NitaN11N ........,x.wxaMYMYNYYwYNN.N1tXPittwPM family returned this week Hurpvr went to polorp In the north W at' they arrived at the JiK dock
vacation spent In Georgia. LIBRARY NOTESNNINNI..pIINYNNMYNINMN.N.N..N..I.I.N..M -
Withthe where they were met by a truck
: AFVRHtATlOV: while Mrs. Harper child-
'I 1 t.. use this way of thank- -r-. i ten visited her mother. Mr*. J. s.Wrrghd which took them across tire Ulond.
U' who Mr. Fraafc. Hokaelder ef Hoirtelead er>W omlco. Va.M. I Two volume of William Jen- There were many beautiful royal \
log many wen /
4 so hisdr''to me-Vhlto friends::: I was efc-k. will lad J'anama Trent Miami Tue.tjicnretit ; I Stage Brpaa apeeche said tear and fccooou paling along ...* radand

!L \It Ie har9 to taalta how mock I 40 lilo', to join liasbsnd.'w .. ,JttOkWalwark of Miami volume of the Enoyclopedea of coconut grove near It. tAt
1s working ther*. the Bible were municipal the end ef the ride they found
1r', ppr..d tile flower. gift and tame 'tCl' Honiextead Sunday t* given to the
--r- spend the of litre. library by the Itev John C. themselves on a betch Nearby
week
vl.IU. Neap everyou. I only twin a a* guest
n Frank H.e. manager of the Pipe Prank Belt. GekeUr avid ".....t1n1f the Arctic1 wae a charming thatched _III Ion
:'"' I WIN be able In seats way to return
Ma Reset Closet tertillier Co. wntoKeg by Wilkins was given fay Amen which served a* a dressing room

) these GRANDMA fa.orA, t .uh IiI.I.: West Monday for a bu* "Mr and Mr* :A. A. Buney. left Waldln A number of volume A swim sharpened ""tr.n.'* appetite
these vfclt of aevetjl day*. I which
leSt week to Half relative In Alabama were received treat the CocemtQrwe for the delicious lunch
ftbrary This I i followed Then after a period ot
{ and Georgia. ft* awscnd
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Hot-ton returned Saturday donation, this uniuir. rest another Swim was enjoyed
\ fr wet llonieeuad barber lout from a al-week trip through Ten- Soon after the girls kit by truck
\ \r latherii within 14 hour ever The Misuse Adelle and EetelleJoaen .
ani\North Carolina Installed the Island. In too there
te tour a
\ VlKWt .... k..nd. Z. A. Bush I left Wednesday of lout week, OfCi
1 a* well a*
\, \V i 'sat W, Y. Illash died. 8aiuf It,. said Mr. 'A. D ill!ton leftMonday 'with C A. B ifitIlt' for Adel. On.where .. At IO.OF.Meeting common were many animal uncommon and bird The

ro.. i ytffciriioiin at Columbus. Oa., .;night for u.-.... They they their brother flamingo and Mock and whit
*4H a mael Hirtnh. father of A. PWtlJi1"1 will visit Mr Milton mother Mr*.. ana atnter-lfl-faw': M*" and Mr About fifty were present when I. swans were particularly attractive

sometime' Sunday" at Loul Bevies. at Hxtey. and Mr. tt>ly June )lr. Busboy went a Moon was installed a* noble When the girl returned each
.
( Handirwnvlll. O.., according MtMogTMn > MMton mothers :Mr*, L. B. Jump, from there to V.ltlo"'b..r.. he I rand of the Homeiuad" L O. O F had a 1..ro\1. supply of sunburn
reieh-ed. her*. Both lo'cal will felt hie brother Roy Buwey night
at Douglas before visiting. otherrtattr lodge Tue." ". other In- a* a souvenir of the day
<< tote were at the bedside ol and hj brother-in-law and 118t.r.j'
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In Hubllit and Savannah Waited were: right aupport'r, Edrapunger
their lathei when death
The It.... John C. Qek.Jer who 'I Jr.f challis, Lester woo u.,;
CHURCH NOTICES "IM ben. sick alu"8 Monday mom. 1\11'1. P H Hlner Mr*. Freak'Haumnnn ,right 'acefte1' tuppoKir, Fear! poeUll 666

t "P'Y'IST Warning sermon: lot .k4 feeling better at preaent Mine Bertha Nljl. Haulman. -, Inside guanllen, Cable Redford -

"RMiml>er Jesse Christ In Out' .. Mir Roberta King and Mrs. : outside guardian. Nose king Cooper returned fat-
11iuet* i ." evening sermon: Edward Drooker and Mae Mc3arrah In SO nilntitr, clerks a Cold the
"What dilution hoes Jesus Have returned Sunday from a .rat day, and cheeks Malaria In

for. (M.Problem* of the Prevent, rip to Atlanta and other point USE MANGANESE) I' Hire day*. t
Tk O A.'. will have chart o t ia south Georgia here they vlt't John B. Tower, AL C. I 666 also in TabletsRipe

the prayer meeting on WedneedajeuenliiK. relative and friend. s -----
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be a 0 A. coronation *er\lr*. Mr. 3. O. Wynn and OM, Garland -
IllDy'rEIU4N-Monlll. eer- and Augustus, who have teen PHOSE 14 I

mon "...ut Pel**.. Tt your Bible vleltlng hires \Vyan' mother,.Mr.. -I II PapayasFLORIDA'S
A cordial. wrk-omenwuru you
at all the ...,vlat. .

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Physician and Surreon
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Geodrich. Made under the ttricterttandard tag tire at a utMMHienally low price.
in the'buaineu.. Made to And..tthemoment..bec.u..we
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_ i 1-: Social Events in South Dade- "'i: I t



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- I DEMONSTRATION CLUBS TAKE UP iMIShrX: W'RIGIIT/10NOItFD: WebeterMr IJ'OO.:1IoHIunR.'I: : '. "
I AT tlATtlUltU: : : flTIlSG! *. < .-n. Brown had chargeof TO TAHITI UHAril "$ 't":
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CLOSET AND WARDROBE IMPROVEMENT :
f j I Ten watermelon were cut when the devotional and program Members of the Guggenhelmer .f

Mr. and. Mr*. J. E. Davis and Carl At the business meriting Mr. Club enjoyed dancing and a chicken -
Storage, equipment and the Importance .> court at the Fiends Mate College 1 Tweedell were hoists at a watermelon Brows w.. designated to furnish dinner at Tahiti Beach Tuesday 'I.

of owing for clothe and 1: for Women In Tallahassee spoke on I I cutting Monday night In- flower for the chtfreh for the reel night la the party were: Mr ,I

shoes were taken up at Ham i, the i-oura *t the regular mect- I traducing the Mires Amelia' and of July Mr*.;John Anderson will and Mr*. Horao O Thurman Mia "

I Demonstration Club meetingheld, Int the. Homestead Home Dom i Utlaabeth Wright daughter of the have charge of the August meetIng Ethel Hook, bliss Nalda Brook.

In the Woman Club houM In onutmllon Club In the Baptist Sunday -I| Rev L. R Wright new pastor of MM ROM Tower. Miss Helen 'I, .

Jrin<...ton lost Thursday MbwFany wheat room Friday afurnoon .
| the M E White fltone Church Brooker Mia Lute Smoak Charles
)< I Norton county home demonstration They also **nth* Dodo County school Culberton
.Members ot the Sunday 1'YTHIAX filSTI:104 Howard Johnson Turn
agent, ebb attended the song which won first piece In the|l classes taught by Mr*. J. D. Redd GI\E: DANCE: Loomis. John Hetier and John jjGautler.

s fnf.Visa( showed homemade ..qulp.I. statewide song contest among /. l.. Burton and Mr. Davie and Too musical election were <*
fnrat which could be used to lake 4.H Ctrl held at Tallahaaw The the Epworth League were Invited
given at the Pythian Slater dance
,..... of of clothing girls were Miss Mary Louise Iorn
< the storage "
'II Mr. Davis carved the melon .
In the I. O. O. F. ball Friday BightMr HOBBIES DISCUSSED: nAT
[when wardrobe pace I. not avall- of South Miami bliss Carol Hndrrwn I (lames were played during the I *. Sadie Buff of South MI.ml'IIV. I LEAGUE Ml:IT1: >G
Princeton and Mir Helen
of
BlV which will
Other equipment evening. a vocal solo and Char Hobble" was the subject dl*.
Lehman and Min Alta Vinn ofHoniMtead
j enable a wardrobe to carry more ] Th guests Included: the MissesAmelia Clinton a violin aolo. The amount I cussed at the Redland Epworth

clothing was discussed and a door I and Elizabeth Wright the taken In wa twenty-two dollar, League meeting In the church '. ; '0
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beg containing ro'--.A. wu shown I 1 h e au b Joe t 0 f d e m 0 nrtra-1 Rev and Mr. L. E Wright Mr. Sunday night when Mia EllaabethRobert t ,

Paper and cloth ban for dressprotection I(lion meeting wa Closet accessories and Mra Sam Davis, Mia Franc MISS SHOWN ]FIGHTERS: wait leader. A hymn i
story
and a demonstration ofhangers and wardrobe equipment Mra Brown, Miss Eloise Bradley. MissItuby
I FOIl MISS BOSOMY was given by the Rev Oeo E.
for hone when laundered, Norman Storey of Clewlrton wasa "
Buaney, Miss Bernice MeEwen MlM France Brown was hostessFriday Deuel. dh
were other feature of the meet fueit About thirty member at. .
Mia Miry William, Miss
night at a dinner party for There was an attendance of over

'. In/f. I tended.A Nulda Brooks, Min Lulu Bmoak, her house guest, Mine Ruby Bun twenty. Meeting ere held. every ,
Three I H girl. bliss Mary
Mrs. Horace O. Thurman, Miss .
say ot Miami Garden flower were Sunday In the church at T:10.
Louise \porn Mine Carol Henderton Anita Smith, Miss Helen Brookor. used t* decorate the house. Dancing Idles Kathryn
Cut will be
bags bills the
mid Mil* Dodd Hoeel, told of A dnnionntrattoa ot
I the Misses. Father and Helen Llv- afforded diversion later In the leader next Sunday.The .
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and |ort for protse-
their short courts: at Tallahassee. I paper InirMon, Mini Paris Conner MUM evening .
Two member of the club will llun where thertHlre n T,*rdrobe*
Ruth Davis, Charles Davis, BunnyBecker Th guest were: Mia Buuey, Aroma Club met :
(t the horn '
attend Farmer1 Week at OlOln."ut. ..- and a montratlun of hangar*
Bill Ewing, llrlo Free Mint Mary William. Miss Ben of Mr. Frank Schneider .
Auw H to 16-Mra. C. N. for hone when laundered were tits. Monday
George Harness Milton )McGarrah
nice McUwen MIN Caroline Anderson
1I..ndl.rllOn. the flub delegate. and principal feature ot the Rtdland I
Jimmy Brother, Douglas Tower
and Min Anita Smith
Mr" II Y. Burr, vh..p..hl..t of Horn l>einon tr tlon Club meet I Karl I
i Buy Roy Crowson and -
the date council and county council In* In Guild hall Thursday .rter- :
Harold ModiMl .
I JUNIOR LEAGUE: TO HOLD TAHITI BEACH
dei'gate., t | noon. Mr. Carter opened the "
f' III:fit LAIt l'nAYJoIt MEETINGS:
1'ra.,-sat b..*Id the 4-II girls meeting after which Ml**.PanBy; I.I 'I. '

won Mrs, 3. ]... Murray, Mra. } Norton took.charge : IN. HINUt: IS HOSTrKS! Fffle Booth Bernice Brown (CORAL GABLES) "t
: AT LEGION: Martha Close and Marjorie Moser
C Ichenbergar, MM Mary t.. Ml. Mary toul*. lH>rit of South. ItltllMJI: PARTY l I Sperlal rates for party of 20 t
Mi. I' ang Bring Them In, aa a special\
person. Mr.. J W. Holt..t,. Miami president of the Junior Harry Hiner was hostess', UT nMim bothers. ISo ea'''.
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", number at the meeting; of the JunIor >
Wednesday afternoon at a Legion II chairs, be.Ui house
It Y Burr an.IM... Henderwm.Thia Council, and Miss Carol H nd.rIOD10f 1 I disables
Auxiliary bridge Thla.. League In the Wlrt: Stone
party. )
was the last meeting of thet Princeton who, had attended the I
ottl.1' one of a aerie of .bridge Church Sunday when the| Rev L. PICNIC PARTIES
club until September when Tallahassee
short course In gaveinterestingtalke
tl>*.. auxiliary I* giving to E. Wright the new pastor was
will be, electedlrIlevoralsirls7lrnm I( about the counoll moiW- for sending PArtl..1 present. Song were sung by the BATHING
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work and the meeting
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t the marine hospital In Key group Mary McNolll read "Work- DANCING
attended the '
the district Twenty' member
for God" M .
JIat\! week a different Ing by Cora Silver*
PHONE
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attended the 4 H girl' short meetingIRHMtH.
who The Bible f
__ m,,\tntn r la hontesn Anyone may lemon was given by Mr

atnndIrm. Stacy Hawkins. |I ..
TO CIVK n.f.tOX: : Still : MRPRIMMIHH : '., Frank C. Schneider was The league decided to hold a ...."_..,."."...."".".A..A"..._.... -

NEW: PASTORA\l. ) FAMILY 1\41"11. KONI: hostess last neck Price Were wonbyMrs. prayer meeting at I o'clock the t

The W, Mji' .* the White Stone A few friends of Miss BodllKoeel /I Harold Sheffield and Mr. first Monday of east h,, month, when WalkOverInvites t

Church lo'SpanaorJtg receptionfor : surprised :her with a', Wrty'on i I .: Un.'. a It, held Jtt first J>ra>ar meeting In .
: of July I Ik Oameswer
the news padfor, th Rev 1. B. the night the church Monday
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Wright, and MM 'family Friday played and later r.fresh.mentt iSTERE:4TICQ: PROGRAM ElltabethCapllngor. Martha

/' evening of" this f>**k at I odock. were ...1'TII_ preterit AT-W. M. S. :SIHTINO: Close and James Booth war appointed
home were: MlM MyrtU Kerfoat, Slime : a* the membership drive
at the ot belt and Mr Julian 1A.guesaing I contest, "Nula Ui
I W'.I.r. All Wuembers of the Tlmltna I...per, Miss' Lillian Bjork Crack," which was won by Mra. J. committee for this week t'lrlo Free the
man. Mine. [ne. ChaJkcr. Mla G.ofglai I was In charge of the meeting A
'nun'h ants frivftd" are cordially In. A. McNeil! was an interesting

I vltid, Mrs, !l. A *!nnl* has been Nelll, Miss Ktlxabelh Robert, feature of the meeting of the W. M'! abort bunlneu session was held
i' Elmer: Oliver, Clarence Lounsbury, afterward. I patronageof
appointed. general chairmanoinmlttoM 8. of the White Stone Church at I
Charles Nichols. Al Huskln. Level .. .: ..
haft 'been appoint- the home ot Mr.. Stacy H..kln.Tu..de wNNNN.NNNN H... ... __NNNNw
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Edwards I' The Calendar I
1 ,.(d IN follswahecept'ion committee afternoon when Mr. .
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: Mr? Webeterl'Mrs. J A. Mess Hawking and Mr*. A. M Jlyrom July II-Th/ Rain or Shin Club the

Nelll ,sandMrs.. StacyHawklnn: nl."I.LII1I0NT'H: I WOre hoitene will meet with Mr*. Julian H Webtor .

fcrogium J ominlttMr: *. N. O FOR KM til. iiAiGHTiKIn. : A mualcal readingKeep Smll-I' I

i Hall and #trs,'Itg | Field: refreshment Luther. Chandler was ing" was given by Mr*. July 25-The Pythian Slater RedlandDistrict

1l commltteviF-Mr J. K Dos I hostess to ten children at her homeat Anderson accompanied by Mr. E.1,I IS will meet In (he t. O. O F hall I IAng

1- lirH J. Anderannt Mr*. K. S. Cap- Silt<.r Palm Monday In honor Capllnger, and a violin .1.0-1 I-The W. M. 8. of the I

linger N.... Qs R. Brown, Mr. of the. ninth blrthda of her daughter -I lion wa. given by Mr, Newton 0.1 I Whit Stone church will hold a

W, 10 Coopee/And Mr*. Rayburn.1X4 Al ct Penny Clever pink and Hull accompanied by Mr*. Julian H.I I business meeting In the church I I

white decoration lent a festive air I WALK-OVER

INN'U"'UXO STAFF CutH: The white birthday oak was pink

(''U""I. RrlllKVIl: .NO. IS and .bite Inside and te bore pink Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick
I BOOT SHOP
fa Installing staff of the Humet candle Mint caps and favors Grweluate Obrrlln ttimmauiry and Royal Conservatory of i iPIANOFORTE
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"'"i< Rebekah lodge Installed of- I were .Dink and so was .the lot- *

fUee" of Coral Ilvbekah No. II In ream AND THEORY 'I 277 E. Flakier St

CoUnut Grot Thursday night The | Little Mine Peony gave an acrobatic ...,Und need Near nimyno. Fla.It's
Drive
Miami
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contortion dance for the
at4fi, consisted of: Mrs, H B. B.at- .
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Val. district deputy president, MlMIJyl guests

: le Barnes, deputy warden Mra.1)4tine Alta Web*<#> Von the prlae. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIniitiIIIIIIIIIilllllllilIllill 1 / / 1 / 1 / { 1 1//llllililllillllllll{ 1 1 iIiiiiiiiiiiIIIIilllilliiiiiiiiIIIIIIIIIIIIiininiiillllitl/ /
In balloon Eunice Walker
) Chapmen, deputy ecre- a content

M.... Minnie Jeffrey, deputy won In a donkey game and Virginia "'" -

hal, Mra.' .tlunlo E. Joiner Delaney walked the greatest

!' cbapllnMr*. Cora, Belle distance with a lemon on her h",ad. == e a

deputy Inside guardian; A number *f lawn-trams', were "

| E B. Caplrrnrer, deputy mu- played .'' Time .

tal : leader of the color bearer. The tru..'* were' : the Ret and ,
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Mary Treter th/ color bean Mrs. C. N Walker Mrs, Julian H.

..''K. 'PI..III. Mine Lucille Mobster Mr. Bill Burger Mr* = To Think t
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>hy. Mr*. Heulahr Brannoa and Delaney Funlve and Carol Walkef .

Thelma Had ford. I I Alta Webster Margo !Maaey, Ethel *
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Roberts. Virginia IManey f.,1ae, .
!ktthere
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Burger and Kathleen and Dorothy ABOUT THAT NEW SUIT FOR SCHOOL
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Beatlle. C. P Orlnold and H. I.Cheyney I
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Oriental phi tray were presentedto JUNIOR 11. T. P. V.H45 = Start him off with that well dressed "good

sack of the Homestead Install- BEACH PARTY = =

r lass Waft sod each *t the old *"1.| Member of the Junior B. T. P.U. = as you" feeling so necessary for success.

ears of Coral Rebekah Lodge byMrs with the Rev and Mr*. C. N. == .

Naem) Itltch junior past nbl *- Walker and Mr. and Mrs. G I.
.grand of Coral Rebekah. I Gault Our new fall and winter samples are here. ... .
enjoyed swimming and a plc-
1 file lunch Lummua ==
| at Park on Miami 'S
1 h Mr*. 1... Hf/ Lehman will be Beach Thursday eveningAbout AH it take Is a couple of dollars a week

jtootev* *l 4 fish fry on the law twenty-lw children were In

I i 41. Her home"! today. i I the party e I Ir It I m-=. from now until school time. C_

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Thursday, July 17, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pare Seven

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Varieties ;*r there who have studied the
H Shipped
4 i iU MISCELLA.
I"'t'. As Exhibit by Kosel,fount within the last throe years EOUS .A_.
will be tllRlble for In
ntenilwrehlp
!' I!I CLASSIFIED ADS NOW to the time t* hatha
the Suture Farmer of Florida. A*
\ A shipment of 44 varieties of leaky root fixed. dee! the .lIa"III;
j jeodn a* he can get enough of the
tropical fruit by George W. KOM roofer far a guaranteed job 04r
I{Homestead boy together Mr. ItATBl Fleet Inaertlon lee aline; subsequent Ineertlona,
of Jungle Grove to tile Atlantic City'Wakrfleld Matthew Phone IO SW
will orgtinlee Ilsme-
a
Mate fair which I* now In session to aim
stead d Mil Ion or the state and national ..mss....
was nudo Saturday This fruit of
-- -- SITUATION
--- --- -- WANTED
which there were 14 crate will, organlHtlonSIMl I .-. .. .
FOR RENT FOUR-ROOM Israeli apartment for
represent the southern part of I -- ---- SITUATION WANTED Housework
----- ----- tent ch**. Three r ems f rtahed
Dad county Ht the fair Shipments ; .MMIX 1:\ltJ: > WB11 fUANUHKD: house close to Mr. Mary Mantoy. 11*, or forcing yrvfrrr.I V,...
from Jungle (trove will be mad I .011.11..1. of the mixed double wHn modern convenience for e N. W. Ita ftFOR K Waller .i..KOTmr? t I,,1144,
every ton day till September of the lanais tournament beingplayed I K. Church. h Inr'Uu "'n).
long sheet Per-
relit period
when the fair clone off on the Lion Club court or
Following I* the !list or 44 varieties "I were wan Monday by Mine Ross party piitd.nt W.at J low Carter.rate t* right SALE I iMONSTERA USE MANGANESE ,"

hipped, ae reported br Mr Tower and Dill Bradley In a match -== TI'"
Novel: monster dellrloea, avocado,with Mr. und Mr*. Frank Child I -
FRUIT Tic each
t r Kafir orange (itrychnui aplnoaa,'ThA finalrare I wen I.1 and II.1* FOR BKNT-40 acre aoarlfldIMhJ night blooming rrrtun mill. : 31URi'lll'STRANSFER
mango (Haden, turpentine and after a hot game Which was postponed -' suitable for high pine crop
Jungle (]rove, RedUnd n"1 CO.
spice). capodllla I (A hra* aapota),'. from Friday because ordarkn. Otis mile north of Homestead
w'' orange sugar apple (Annona, ...*. The final will be played ()vn.r at IIroadl..w Inn. Coconut 161 N, Ensue:
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1 uamo..), grapefruit, tamarind, between Mica ROM Tower Bill Orov or phone ltayvlowy64J. WELL ROOTED young roe bushes Hauling of B\ery Dwrlptlcn:
I P' Surinam cherry (Eugenia unl. Hradley and Mr. and Mr. Claude I 4 4*each. Fern cheap Josephine\| rrompt Service Phone &17-If
; ..r flora), Nlcorbor bread fruit (pan.I Campbell, (lIf'1'I7) Pratt, let K B lit Av* 1

f danui aplralla), pond apple (Anno -----.i
kd na glabra), Carlana (carlaaa' grand .
.1 iflora), white aapota (Caalmlroaedulb
), date, Duranta plunder
Palmetto berry, night blooming
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Cerise fruit (Hytocereu trlcoata
it toe). ginger root French physic
nut Jatropha circus). tlea (Lu-
cuma nervosa), lip tick berries Dont ]

*" (Blxa orellana), roae apple. (Eugenia : buy res
Jambo), Villa Franc lemon your
4 key lime. Persian Urn. Rangpoui
$. lime, king orange, itmddock calamondln -
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K kumquat, Mediterranean
citron, rough lemon Mexican
f guava, Cattlty guava, common
guava, pomegranate (Pun lea
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granatum), governor'* plum (Fla.
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Courtly ramontchl), cashew nut !
(Anacardlum occidentals), Para 11in4fJeJ
guava (Brlloa aclda), KltmhlllaDorgall
( hebecarper). true pltan
ga citrus kalphl, fig. ',;

11CHH FADS GRON FIRS I
Directors clocted by the lied M M..
land Citrus Grower Association at'
It. annual meeting held Saturel.,1 4
In the aeeorlatlon* packing house
jiero were Win. Andereon J. 1.1
Ballard. H. iCook, Seymour]
Pan Chae T. Fucha, Br, Wm. Fox 1
and Dr. J.. B Tower Mr Kucha,
and K. A Carter were reelectedpresident
and secretarymanager.R .I
respectively, and )fr. Fox was
Shown ai vice-p .ldent.

AO BOYS ORGANIZE
A Redland division of the Future 1.211;

Farmer of Florida. wa organisedat
a meeting In the Farm Life QUICK FACTS !2} i
;. School auditorium Tuesday night ;;
by George Wakefleld, new agricultural
about the
Instructor for the Homestead fI.J. J
and Redtand echoola.

Officer were elected a. follow: SILVER FLEETNumber
Roy Woodbury, president; Ernest te#
y Nelll vie*-prealdent: Daniel Mul-
b H :t
Una, secretary; Leonard cress, 15. Numb
I trtureri, Bay Benson BJOrkman'1 I o( Urea, 62. aH Mock Silvw
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George Wakefleld town Distaste traveled ;
01U. J0.11J ...a.. Days spent In
next meeting consideration of agricultural g
Y01t dnving U). Hour on the
project for the club member
toad. Ism RoecI CODdidoaa,
will be undertaken
6010 pe eaaset. I"% gravel.
Only boy taking the vocational 10% rock 5* ....... 8* mud
agriculture In the echoola
taught day and nic* ipla e4 conommloav -
Nmtr of tint*M- BALLOONS
"I mmfltU tout,it.Hunt

*aep.sa.r/rise. It-,42Les.bersvaw ATmifr of W- 29x4.40 . . .$ 8.25

... fONE Nmmttr of tin 9.2030x5.25
rpHOUSANDS bare NOUS 30x4.50 . . .
ftJmra my tmat
JL been doing id! Literally 13.25doeedl

buying tires with their eye . . . .
a'r
Taking firs per/of 15.95
32x6.00 . .
for beomar . .
mane granted

someone told them "all tires MAll JO.OOO punishing miles of actual 33x6.00 . . . 16.45
I If aJib nowadays!" road travel. Study these fact
loely.Set whit they to HIGH PRESSURE
tires.T** ,aJi1e. Maybe rots mean you

f can't tee the difference...but 8f t .*a tire buyer Compare them with 30x3 . . . .$ 6.75
there And that difference a what your pelt experience with me/ .

General the tire can give you in the way of Then remember we're jell 30x5 .-. . . 22.80

"' mileage. ing actual blood brother to the

Public Utilities Now comet a tire that actually Ores that mad this record. Tire

shows you what it can do.6;v* s identical in warialseonstruction.
-.l Phase Oat-H car like youn and over roads Welt workmanship, ability to performWhen

M you travel. you buy urea, buy good

E. C. CHRONISTER It' the Goodrich Silveno #.? fire*. Com In, and _'D thew.I'n'..

and tb* box above arc tb p ca you tint that have demooMntcd

Plastering Contractor about it Thcy'rt fort bated oft just how good they are
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MOMEBtRJlP LEADER Thcraday jUJ117 1980
_Twelve THE .
T------ the sty" aIIOla the tt rUD* Friday at *.,...*.. a tabhiab
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I elitrattroAa4iea leader
ernes
(loa, With the s,M>wM sup.w11rIoM etit o site f rn.tttler.0)11\
REMAND WINS [ .t Poet tnh J>dr W., tf-" etttioeety bpi tlmo, toGLtsrtlales >> etore. Ma**school. will "V.,."K.... t. ........It
tile Deity
| RUM*? Md ivt VJuUnr w i' M a4dlVj it *
I IU>>trrta ro 1(1ZtI1 WM nnuM4 today
%wbpi' Ira cewet! 1 I
Ooroahn
l SUBURB LEAGUECRAMPIONSIIIP I The Jt.metlt0l4 vat,. pest will 1 Tb. Next hni>rV* n'nt will ba asow hay: 1tooot TreoN tf-. $1 whIebwq All bow Mar twoiv. j*' 1'\1 "t't
Elva a VIM yktty and tak. Rf coal of M1* I'M the oUro disbanded abpyt tore aosthe age art tnvtt.J t. tool* doebring tfr
wk t.,r the boys woo exterior: and Mr. R/kh/ flits Po.J1UI ago will bold a tAfeabietlon their parmta
one day neat .11
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( made the l/o l peal junior Legion .h h..h.
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TAOvIshd junior Legion b-o*. Members ot11.. tJ'IJ'-t.A4 IIII
( ball vA wen tips wplonnhB lit 11'.... M rollout alit Mohrt.U. 1IInIil1llUnJln
, tile V"rbete IlIA... by defeatism Ted Theme: ":!)pnh WIWvaB, oUAMol
, Jllay\"II. tanner airy In a final' luiIlYI" Perry puahi,. A11n Vat. .t UIDIII
..tarll t.t.-. at Jilateab. M.Idep, but, Barrow, I-IAd f' *''d. H UBranca. .. NOTICE \.
lost tint eobetf Junior Legion eaPlpbell. JeMet Roberts. Part '.
dllal\Plo1yl\l1I gel.ng dooi In detest Ernest 0K..rd, Gusts
beVV, Cbeoft t Orovt.in city teat, Blinmon CUoifo. Atfrn.' E411WeU.rrah. Notice is hereby liven ta %.J\\ persons hating claims:
""II.a"hI1ty 14 cm.. Playact elfgatUMdth w o/ sly Kind or nature againste\ fink pC Homestead, of a
i and Mond.r. The first t Kodl.n. tray br..nbdr w.t. is Hoiflestead Florida, that unlt\js itch claims are presented *
J Earn\ at the tf''RI'1I **rlOrov .. sewsPlaytA Roy VToo4b.r/v urton Or h.i>) months
Rank within twelve
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Liquidator e.
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.lat .n \ acoi: 4.t.1., ... for Hon).* *%'.J gored, POll M,1U ' wag <"ll'?d,o 'Z/laml hue to a Not Oliver WoodbUrf. Put!". C apvybell prides, the provisions of Chapter 7935, Laws of Florida. ,
loeel Billy CouKn :re,.... Iarn.rkr ''
C ,O"f I. flaw plarl" a Marry WrlfHt! t. lJ.'f<|>arkhi>n., You will present all claimy IA, the undersigned Llqui '
111"1"t.. with the tit, It. M. Oraholl1.I dlotor at Horoettead, .. .
I' IAugotytlpa\ leant tux won the '
IIroltd C...Hty Juniorlnn Legion POLLY \1)"A4OrtaA E, P. DUNCAN ,: I I'I
c'II..Pl,y'"..;..111.' *' of tole I Bamodalln "t the bon 1>111I'III. ,
..r"11" than play the LatltnF104010 l. P lfl.. 8tA",. lit W Mowr LiquiditOiY Bank of Homestead. =:
: f/I"tr: Winner for thehattlpi04 street will bo o.,...." ...." this 11'.0" ',,'
J \ hIP ot the filth Jnnloe With the ln ulj(>tlo" of additional ikau\eatead. Florida, !!I-
,..,1\/1/ AVtticL' Which tprl. lighting Aaturee teat will provide July 15th, 1930.' ,
Palsy Loeb. ar..r" and boot adequate, IllumlwitUVi M both ! coyeV'w The "'l trlct chanob/on./ Interior and .*t rir o* too enters..
i ablAdel win E0 to Orla . I .m"t, winning t..mi trots Hitch spooled the altars several.| 8
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k .Ieai 4A klanll The Era out o partition And Neatly. doubled| < .JAMES; KILL
I ndl\ft. | tI"'trct" Junior their solve a.*.#. XW" floor co'". 'It I* not nnt\f\ n Important toe '
.oJllw V4 aponw..r.d pay 1IfI..1', rbm, nor.. UV. and I"elao : one to rot ;them flint a* it U to .. _
llall'V 'f the ", ..., Show caot have b\t a
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