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 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: August 28, 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 )
 Notes
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
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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. !VOLUME VIII-NUMBER lL HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 19roPRICI; ._


TEXAS PLANS Good.Early Seen Prices as Houses for Grapefruit Prepare to Ship I MAYOR UNWILLING TO TAKE J




FIFTH BEER With the three b'c cttrui pack -lion. mid this morning that nifenre CUT IN SALARY AS COUNCIL !:

ma and] marketing associations of were entertained here Ihat
the Initial prices of graperrdl

CROP IN APRIL \to h"ship Kedliml the first District of the getting regular reedy*eamm would. U b*. anti affected that by In the the dead depreealon .r- OFFERS $l.A-YEAR SERVICE j I

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grapefruit next week. advices sum r, when he fruit of lout
nave been received that there 1. November's ui unutl bloom was

little! .prosiiwt that Introductory hipped In July &a growers netted

Seed Buyers From Mexico' "*SW11t be afCrnted by the econotrlla' an *'erairil 13 ,* t, on the Admits Economy Urge
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depreMriolt trio: H* ptintei also that BANK TRUCK TO t
Tell Ruei i
Neighbor Confined to Getting
The following telegram was re- shipping would start this season

of Tariff Effect i oeived by the Leader Tuesday fromF probably several day earlier then Rid of Others MAKE LAST TRIP

F. \Nyman prominent grower o( It started hut season, the earliest i

1 JFLE1TAS TELLS OF the Silver Palm section mho ha* In many year, and therefore would FORMER, COLLEAGUE ;
been vacationing! In the north for have he advantage of a* eicept'onally HERE SATURDAY
: CUBAN PROSPECT SCORES LIVINGSTON
the put several week: early Start

-- "MlnnM oll., Minn, Aug if Silver Palm Citrus Growers A.- -

Trip to Island Reveals: "Have Spoken to numerous aoolatlon wilt probably ship a car "Everybody but You Has U. S. Authorities Tighten

i iI. wholesalers, retailor, consumer or two next week, Mr. Allen *ald.
Tendency Toward Di Taken Reduction SaysE. Down on "Branch"Banking
l' regarding. prt"u.r new Muth Florida E. A, Carter manager of Redland
I. versification' citrus crop and lit no single. Citrus Growers Anoclafoo yesterday P. Roberts I

instance la there any Idol reduction was not Certain that Ma house

The commission men liP north Introducers price account would begin shipping next week Mayor *. B. Uvlngitona desire Saturday will mark the last tripto

are putting on a bold front aidtry'ng economic condition .p hero You but ho said that the packing plant to effect economies In the operating Homestead Of the city National
may advlw all grower according-. wa* being overhauled and put In ,
which has
the Bank armored truck,
to pull the bluff that expenses of the city of Homestead I ,
I,. Also Mat that potato crop ,la readiness for operation. Gould
tariff la not going td have much effect practical failure here and recommend Grower Ins, of which Luther doe not extend, to the point brought banking factlttln to

On vegetable and tomato prices planting where practicable" Chandler la president la also pro of cutting his own salary eve I Homestead twice a week since. the +

j this season but just the name C S. All..n, president of the Sib paring for an early Hart on the though the city councilmen are Closing of the Bank of Homestead

Texas, next door neighbor of Mexico vcr Palm Citrus Grower Aaaocta.- ltlt-11 citrus ....011. In, tm\. Criticism by federal bankIng .
t la Increasing Jeer tomato acreage -- re.dK to serve tar a dollar a year 'I, official who held that the

10 per cent on the strength of This fact was brought. oqt Tu.... rtty thin
National In furnishing
100 Stock Blade\ i
Levy
the cente-a-pound duty provided TO ASK U.s. LOANSIN .
I day bight when the council at a Service. was violating a. provision
In the ItBO tariff art according! to By Liquidator of BankThe .
special meeting. took up one by against branch banking. la re.ponslbie -
i Frank Rue manager of the Florida for dlatonilnuante of the
. one the II recommendation of he
SPITE OF LACK
East Coast Fertiliser Co.. who
returned
latest development In liquidation Taxpayer LronomV League. two traveling hunk." atrordlng to a
Tuesday night from a tripof of thVBdnk of Homestead at which suggested that the mayor letter aunt by Huh Gordon proaf.denrof .

Inspection through the north- ;OF FORMBLANKS I and city councilmen. make voluntary the City National to <|">)NItora -
am tomato need fields and torn of assets I la the levying of a 100 per; In thin.
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reduction In their ralarfeaThe .
the principal market He gave an cent assessment en the
bank's' mayor reret\tfloo a month rfter e. twine regret that tit.muea +
account of his trip at the meeting. stockholders, 'according to aturday Deadline. ,'. for while es eounvlUnen, roprires. II, he 4facitltlAu. i|I. Mi. {(

y. of the HoraeatMut" ,,'Rotary Club 7 w pg,\' Spnld! tot' waa.lafo -Taking AppHcatidnsf g'Bteetlbp If.'Wtill'! tiht! % 'Sri two expr***** the hope '' hat
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, Wrtliuaday .' whoTN<orned VonTe. business trip "W hieetttiir* month a rnlnImtrtB It* .ltl.vn* of Homt ad iin (itteeXher
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Break o-Dny tomato Warns Steffani
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, of llo a month earhTtt and work out Some Mlu
proving marvellous In the aeedfield to Philadelphia and New York .
reovnimnndatlon that the I than of their banking Deed" The
I. *. but the seed: ,In going. to belllnlted Wednesday More appltcatUm blank far farm .
I mar.. take a aluiy cut nan second 'letter foliates:
he eald Stoke teed Co.
Fur each dollar of stock that I loan cam In flnturday. but there on the IIM When It sons n".id "About the middle of Juno when
*"I ono trite to Uje acre from Its ,'
field "r this new> variety. He aaldAi they owned the stockholder must" were not more than 40 of them sot by the assistant city clerk. uncll. the financial situation was greatly

,d with tile rVult running fan- pay another--In addition t*>, losis', >ksy were exhauatel the same man hank Bklll finance luinmlt- dlaturb" ** the "Ity National Mank
said that tilt had,
teeman
d.1 .< tear out to the. end of tile the money represented! by tltoVratock day County Agent C. H BtiffanlI mayor In an effort to be of Mine _I.t- i
told him that hn tUtlngeton) was
, stalk. und a difference Of' |I a Once to lie people of Uomeiiteatland
It may take come tlmJo going to anept applications not In favor of cutting anybody'ssalary.
UM'OimJIffg taau
Seato i between the price of gems territory Fgurated :
I and; fancies, you can realize what collect the assessments. but Mitie without the blank.tOw..r, and Mayor Livingston. MidI : an armored truck "rv.I. > (

(Continued on Page Nine) payment have already been received eligible farmers whip desire loan am hot In favor of eiilHry re ....: and since that dm we have 1,

--- Mr Danwewdy! sulj and have net filled out application duct Ion. Jly recommendations to been Sending a truck to Uonaeat...d
the city council from the very tint twice .k. out
a "e carrying nioivey
BAIT FOR SECOND The former cashier hall that 'blank are adv-Ue'd to go tft Mr wr to eliminate all useless office to merchant and Individual of

about >|5.uno In deposit remain! t? Oteffanl's office *\'.. lUdland *. 1 believe lit paying salary bat section and receiving drpoolta

SPRAt'RECEIVED I be paid nd the capital .took ass District Chamber .t' Cmmoehwlldtrtg _her. |imn actually earns It, to b. made at this bank.
FRUIT FLY movement hoald very nearly wlp* and that war; the part discussed
at Homestead
and the In. "At the time we Inaugurated thUaervlce
this out. The bank was capitalisedat with Mr. Skill which h* hn. I
formal appiuxtlona.A cur action was crlUolnedby
HERE lit.000. ', brought out. t was" not In favor of .
the comptroller of the 'urroncy
total of UI application have
reducing a salary where a man
and by the chief national bank
I been filed fit the territory fpm was actually earning It."
Festival Organizing Is examiner on the ground that\ we j
: Perrln touth, Mr. dteffanl said t*. That the mayor continue to receive
Lifting of Quarantine were violating a prvvh ef the I i
Started Methodically day Application blank for I4t his boom time salary while,
national banking act which prohibits -
Seen Possible AfterCompletion were qu..ete4. *. It atlmaed practically all other employ of
:' branch banking. with then
; :f that, there were thai mans farmer he city have taken reduction In
With the preliminary steering (Continued on page eleven)
who .u fre,." eMIl, damage In the pay was charged. by Ail Ialant City
Material for the second application commute confirmed* the permanent harrlean of 1119. for which' the Attorney jpineaf P. Roberta; who i ,

ef bait spray for the Mediterranean -;i executive co."nmltt.. for loan. are available.The was city attorney for several term 1n.'IUIU JUTl'RNI4 ,

fruit fly arrived In the fifth annual Aedland. District reason for. the Insufficient during Mr. Livingston previous W. T. Bash proprietor of Buih'i L 11
Homestead today, and growtr supply or blanks i* not Known butIt administrations;, The man who Barber Shop, returned fruit festival by th* director of
may obtain It free of charge at the la thought that diversion or Intended fought. for the mayor In his uniue- with his wife and baby Friday -
plant of the Florida East Coast the Redland District Chamber of diversion! ef fund for *...rul campaign In tin and defended after burlng spent several

Fertlllxer Co.. In Homestead. 1 r Commerce, the work 'of organlalng drought relief may be responsible him against attack month In Alabama, where he was

The first application wail Mad the various (Ub*.ommltte*< was for:TfM,attempt to cut down on this lion mutt b* in the loan hearing tailed by the lORVaa and ub .- :

**\oral weeks ago when lirromtre.packing begun hi* week. The axeeutlv eecttoa, which Ruth Bryan Ow.nhtd with J R. Hurranee, turned went deal of hill father HIS ;
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and shipping anorlatloni esp. laity In mind when the his gun en Livingston following a brother-in-law. H. U Brown who h
und incorporated communities gave committee to cempoeej ef George Introdnoed the storm relief blU In remark made by the nutyer after has been aaMtlaMd with Mr.

C,uiii) Agent Staffanl and the l.- W. Turner Jr.. ehttrmtit O, W. Con,"**. No' extension of the the council hud cande4 the Bush in the barter hop since Its ,

i il spraying committee practically, Culbertvon Frank RUe. Prank deadline---Aug. II-could be grant ratemftwBdktlon that the Sty atneyl'Pfary Inception. left Sunday with kin, \

i,u, per cent ,'o.operatl"It an ef- gklll Pr J. B Tower and J. D..' ed In spite of the shortage! of Or be cut (from JTl) Brown and their baby for Headland .

ion to more than Inset all requlren Redd blaflke, Mr. 8teffanl.was Informed (OmtntMd on Fag! FOOT) Ala. fur an extended vied. 1.
with On Tuesday the publicity committee In answer to far extension
ni Of the fruit fly board a r""ltett -
Hi,. h 'u* that It would beaten llftnr was organized aa fell**'.: mad by him The apptlc! *. .-- J'

..r the Quarantine Two *pr.y11 Herman Marks. ch'a.irrnan. W. J. tloa must boo In the load headquarter THE LEADER'S OWN '' *

111as t stir only are required, sot Prlpn I I.e" Will! Joe Burton at Columbia by AUK II. \ '

.... and spraying. will be thelast Mrs RI Boyer aid Ben Aroaee. eo Mr m..ffnnl urges that all application "FARM LOAN BLANK"Tear
for A year I Apt lit ex were nollfled by mall be made l.y Saturday or

Following the spriylng campaign and their auveptanc formally received not at Ml.MODKIXO. ( out and mail)

the f<-<1. cal ,tet.'tnntenipanneunced at a meeting, held \Sdne-

that fruit 'ron' Infested day afternoon In Ilk manner the KTIIli T\KI-N; Aug. .............. .......1930 l
.entertainment committee. wa* also,
tt nrm might he .hIPP"d without Homestead Leader t
being xterlltaed IT W. C. okaneohaHmian organ**** Tu**dny. It.* made Q' A l.-.*\I8n till. and 10 gallon '

of the f. 4cml 1 fruit fly or <1. T Inkenhotier. chairman.i of whtakty were taken and IT gal Homestead, Fla. I

.t. -....' Spooking r<<.ntlT tit Oilneg t' W t'"lb..rta.n. W 1. Flak A. R'I loss of mash destroyed by Constable You may enter my subscription to the Leader '

i 111 during harm >>*' W--k. wild 1.1t Inc'ton and Dr. J. A. Smith I H. M. COok and Policemen for............... years at the rate of 62.00 a year. i

; +,' further modin tons uM I lelob Committee* whlih will he oran-I Henry Peter and W H. yke>. Jr. If motley la not enclosed I will remit on. ....... ,
.e4 for following the xKuudpriiytng 'tae I m no..n a* notice* can be' Monday night when they made araid
County Agent 8teffanlaald. mulled to tits appointees and their f miles north and 1'4 mil. 1930, or as soon thereafter as poMible. f


'\ .To Complete** far its I.Dad ting of rooiity the 'guarunit ,mdeth acceptances fruit vegetal received I .*. flowers are. those 1O\c\on writ No *men f Modelli were found near the Signed .... ................................ .... .............. ... ..

.1....... When n... i tef. .HUI..n .hr"l H,.r\ le, oratlnnn. BOMltiTiik I Itn.t .11,1 I ">i.. ornrem Paid Th till

Its.n toad I* t*, I 10 >'. n .' )., irrounde .m<) trend-, ,.0 I it It.,"r were til'n" ,I o' .r lo the Address ... .

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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER, Thursday_ August 28, 1930

I turn powder to the Jackson He.j i i Qi.d well and will go home la a;:
mortal HwplUI' "bore ib* will b* doing
0' tr lnlnMr .. I tow dan a gin kw second rear
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Jlround p.rt.. I
In and : : --
tad Urn CkM. d. Foster ,
who an .....1..* this week for J. r: WeCl.n, of tile Homestead I r r
their horns la New York city aspen 0.- Ie expected to return the I Il
l .< most week from a hart Fit
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first
t niun to spend the
Homestead r. They a.... _Ud at tile old :y. atkM ablck *0 U. .l..n Tottrr place In lUdlaad ,the wed coast H. planned to ""Wtp ;
I). MeOarralr*ha to farming on
A. J. Andrew of fed N K: sec.I,the Tamlanil trail rloiw to 1'er'l:
Dr. Joke Dean"lire t>r boat H with fcU bnttbcr C. E lA.rr.ace. sad Knot who underwent *.c>pe"- i al.dea
Tuesday for Ocaaa. 0,..., N J.. a& Atlanta end his father In B.mr. atios for appendicitis at the Pact /Conilnaod an Paso Firs)_ I '
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llaa where kit will speed a "bona N. C. SPECIALS

Karl Matthews. who has twpMdlur .. Lunch FOR ONE WEEK \
Mr. end Mm Kraftk Child n- 1M PM week with fete A Good Plate .'lunAY TILL nUllA \
turned to "_...a4 Sunday from i pares[,. Mr. sad ...... & K MMlk -:,
JarkM. 0 .. wfera nf visited i *Uni M nlurm Teeedey I*/, BEEF 25c
relatives and friend far rhrt* the Vnlv.nltr or Florida where bel' Ib. ... j
wt ka.Mr will begin kli senior ynr.Mr 35C BEEF
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dir tern n trip I* P hkM where N.adM, returned Monday I BEEF 10
aha rlallod her dmu,ht.r. Mrs, Flog rutst t.. w poke trip to J cka>>:;'I Ifriend. DIXIE CAFEMRS. STEW lb. ..... .. C:
VtatMB.r Oatn."lII. Taal pulled
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la JukMavlll end au. ; Ell!
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Specials For Friday and Saturday


I JEWEL SHORTENINGs LB. BUCKET $1.12


Sugar 10 POUNDS 5Se Potatoes Cobblerssh 10 Pounds 35c

Pork and Beans 3 CANS 25c Peanut Butter POUND JAR 19c

Corned Beef PEn CAN 21c SOAP FAIRFAX(Two Cakes Free)DARS 29c !

SPAGHETTI 3 CANS FOR .25c ONIONS 3 POUNDS 19c

COFFEE MAX PER POUND 36c LETTUCE NICE 2 IIEAUS ANn emsI'23c

MILK 10 CANS TALL ONLY 89c APPLES Nice fog POUNDS Eating
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CRACKERS N.B6 FOR: c SIZE 25c BANANAS 3 POUNDS 12c '

SALMON TALL JNK 27c MEat DEParll11EI11

FLOUR 21'POUNU BAG 99C BUTTER POUND 48c

MATCHES 3 LARGE BOXES tOe
Spareribs POUND 18c

Corn Flakes 3 PACKAGES 25e Beef Roast Prime Per Western Pound Chuck: 28c :
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LARD 3 POUND UCKET 49c CHEESE IMPOUND 27c

Tuna Fish Flakes f AOR S 29c PICNIC HAMS PEn POUND "24c
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Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday Auarust 28 1930

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M( a munth. Mr Roberta aMUtor ... r.... .. |M. a mntb Pad the days and no loftier working' tor aanttattea account collectorllmtoMt II'

IHE BOMESTEAD LEA&ER tap aaHirtoi Were **fkrU shier *.*.... fJeMo4I itself, N- otty. N. salsa gaMry **. Collector Wkeh sit.

calves ||lo a month i. Mayor'a ry--already dtocureed when police took over work
.. ftcl la 110 month and during
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I Imblit.led Thursdays at Homeatj4 I. '
the bm they were eons given another The recommendation that the 14Ilk elimination or 14ulto'
Ha. this ttouth Dodo Pub'tb
by
**.* Go. boost to .I 00. The city at- offices of city clerk and uaalatant I. City attorney* ..Ia.,. In addition at c ty hall-met by !putting wUk

.- ------ t.W.f has race been out tv t'6 city mere b. combined at a salary lo remark mad above MrMabrt plant laborer on Job.

stillp'latered AltClUn._.-_jNtttor a DUjpin. but the _"It'o salary of 1176 a month met with a sales "1 rt oaafldeut II Tax a.*eaaor'. oaloro--.l

-- -- --. has bean ln ar lino Mr Robert declaration from City Clark R. KKdwarda that the committee Whtek h. ready dlecuaaed

as second rlaea notlrrJit pointed out. Ha contended that ..110., ..* been In the made a tooommondatloo that .1 18 Kllmlnation or city auditor

.**. la, IM3 at lire poet office) M the parity at>bllahd .btwa tile rtty'a eewlo for many ,...... thatIt elt<*ttorny'a salary be reduced already dUcureed
Distortion' should be maintained, be impowHNMtx for have overlooked
i/esaeate.d t1nn vader the met ot two would an II certainly 17. Requesting council to malt
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lvh S, !,:*. -that to diet the city attorn,'. one Vernon t. handle the Wrk responsibility. attached to till cityattonwy
voluntary reduction In their realareacouactl
salary should be aa high aa the. Firs June P kr. taatoUkt elty office. of the labor renulre4e .
agreed to H 00
fill rnt<'E. .o." A TEAK mayor' or the ", .,or'. salary clerk. In rtipaaa, to a r*..**t to -proflonal labor I haveno
year remuneration provided Mayo
should b. a* tow.. the city at- ad..... the ..>MU of the work required doubt that this committee are
Livingston also takes cut
JhN..tNf1I8: AND ,'mF.Jl .IIJ1* .tor/ayle e 1 Of her, DOW that there wr or the Impression that b* only 18 Suggesting fire chief eaiarT
)la,.r IJvi attn replied tbat .pp roxlnjatoly! ,M" >''g-,t, power comes up here to advise the officers
tJO monthly, remain
silo.
,...... tell ua that the aural aafeagalnat "the payer **(| Veer Attorney Mar hndswahrsepbuOta on water: *p- of th* city and the council on n

a%"& ioaHnaa I* not to r*. /itlnet .........*' OouoolImiiB Itreximstely lid colored loop orator such questions a* might aria from action. neceaaaryl !
guggeitlug combining
sotto Yeast Skill, finance oommltt- nationals collectible weekly lime t* time I feel confident that xuper"',
friend
tito* much for a Intendent and chief .n..n'0.1.
love too murh Hr really t* --II. ad< ..*.... the mayor "Well 100 sanitation aocoupt) typing this committee was not aware of ready dltouaaed.SO. <|
what Ho you want t* dor Ar and stenographic work amountingto the fact of the aniount of damage
stood tiny single person never really II, II. gufgentint *.hlt l rpartment
I* be needed bx anyone there .topxauctlon you willing to have your salary. approximately' fur days each aulu now standing against th* city ." park department i itret

Hut that I* the way apt r" month: attendance on council ot'ttlomo.taed ..hil'lrtb. city att.,. department remain u.
"I'll Wait and am what )OU'" meeting whenever the city clerk I
ney defending. At the preeenltlm
the
avoid
ot >.ta. toe t* ** chanted-ne action .
to d* with the real of the 'II requited lo attend police ..., neaaryII
pvtonca of llf. to I* Mine l Ills 1,1. '*" I there art damage suite pending Suggesting that preference!
loneliest f ,friend roeoeenimhda lone, said III r. IJv"Writ" She said that IQ, Mr Uvlngaton'a against the city of Homeateadwhich
Ask tile yr b
given horn owner*. and y.t.ri
........11. last prior admlnlatratloa the' work" are somewhere between
v..*thr b* wculd .eve glvea tip In filling poaitlona. Council ptint.d .
th tt comradeship that was one replied Councilman of the city| clerk' arrive had been 1280.000 and a quarter rnllllon
out that In some Instances Itwas
hi *o that nw the Buffering, too smith promptly "we can tell you handled by three prraona' The dollar Nome of these suits were
impossible t killed. lab
mtapt be ...*.s. and I think" ; you what we're going to do. We're go- I council, decided that the .". ..... Instituted more than three year or competent. men* get from >|

.will find there I* pot one but to Ink to cut our pay to on. dollar could not b* combined' but It waanugwat1 ago V\* being the d
willing lo pay the price In grist for a year" that the salary' of th ... policy' baa bran to stave off by ever PIIItlbll.pO.ltl. A. should be \

What wa bad In Joy The minor of The mayor said he referred to el.tant city clerk which la 1160 a technicalities a* much I* possible given property owner and rests J Jdent
the recommendations for the llm- month, be cut to 'U6. Announcement '
lire I* more lost to the realization and prevent these caws from being of the city of Homeatvud
o. all true value than the miser ofgold. Intlloft of "_1_ office." by Major Uvlngnton brought to trial: Some of these: The* meeting Tu..d.1nl&"t WM

When these recommendation that he preferred I* handle his correspondence suite were started over three years .
attended by a number of 'itlMn
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I remember once that the tat auftteaflng abolishing of the office I without a stenographer I ....." who Included the ftlluiv '
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Honrl Americanirtiet of city DUdlter and city It WM thought, might lessen the ng
ltkr our great One of the suits referred to t>y here> or the recommendation com'mtte r.
laid t* me .i..aklng of a engineer, were taken up finance work put on Mra. Baker Later the : Mr. Roberta was brought by E. OBtlrrup of the Taipayeri Economy

r..rtli butVer who bad died audd Cofntnltt.eman Kklll announced mayor tferrd lo this and pointed<< I former Homestead reilfllant league: A. H: Hlnman Roy M itthewn '

.nlx. without having '" all his that the services of a city auditor out that he wait thereby avlng thai seeking "0'.000 damage forth Mre Frank Hauernun, W. i

lire know or cared for anything bad been dlavvntlaiMd. on July It city that niUfh pet month. govatol death of his boy, killed In Hit B Flowers, ]M. P. Wallam ,u,'1 f!. '
an.4 that there waa II.1&11 Office I times: hi aald that remarks mad I
outside the .cop .< bin bMalnat when bo earn In contact tilth a W. Little P. D Bird ..h" ac.
"|t la w* artists who ar* the at pment The council stood firm by him wr mad* merely whit the charged radio aerial wire which copied the pot of secretary to the ,

IMU financier bassos we are the however, for retaining the Mrvtee desire to save money for the taxpayer had fallen acroa the clty'a Hoctrie committee but declined to a"nee II .
fli aernrm o'.lIf.." of an engineer *. Tile wilt tint he aald, thlahi ,
lines trailed the
light and on .
a voting member, won also pree
I '">v* never forgotten theme "There to not a day that the old"hme colleague, e ...und. Due to attests or the
engineer la not called upon bf some City Attorney Roberta, ...Alllotan'l
warda. Flnanolera of lit- What a CltV attornejra, the complainant entMr. Hauamaa spoke, calling attention J.
ot the councilmen for advice, "Tea '
letter thing can a burns blag oil you'r willing to
has not yet succeeded In getting to the fact, that ""lnlleA'
b*. Plan tr Woman Piling UP life, Information" or' service |'II oopducfInf '-' i thing *k"pt cut your own ..lary."| the complaint la suck form .. have been cut everywhere. in an effort

ueing llf. *. extruding llf", creating the elt, admlntotratlon, When the recommendation aug-i would be recognlaed by the court I live:
people are making to
with, life tha. tillage of Ufa, i Councilmen C t Fuch. Jr" acid. getting that the tax aneor'a salary -|' a* showing that Stirrup has atlo Ithln Ilielr altered Incomes. and
Tk Imely who have lout their "W were fortunate la having an b* reduced from '
1600 I500J
to against the city although two ot she thought! It only right that the
toy at lkt have bad It and are the ewglnw not very long age when a year was read the counctlmenl I,, Mlaml'a beet lawyer hate been city ahould follow example. Mr

'fhr" tot 41 rerhhpa" Otter all the aeaage dlapooal system wept asked U J>. Wallam, a former tax presenting the oa.*. Roberts h.vm .
said, "Rut all, of u
It I* ihna who cna never. feel the wrong 'rho cam eondKlon coat assessor and member of the Tas- ,
4. City clerk and .I.tantl- bn> ,eut except the mflfor:' Jlre.Hauaman .
tduw ol loneilnea who ate the another Iowa up the mat ooaet 1'10'... Economy League cemmlt- I
favored
ready dlaeuieedI replied that aha
oily realty lonely persona et &hI..tJIW..arct. 11 tM I* reined, a* our engineer tee which framed the recommendation -
City *Hglnrw<*'lready dim.ousted bringing about economy by uunmating -
.trid. -. .> Hawthorn J" earned a good pan ot bto year'a *. for his opinion .
waxes when he got our eewage 4'aPoat unneceaaary officerWhen
Ifarpt-i Baaoar.
: system In running order 1 "I wouldn't take tt for fbat"Me A Suggesting salary *' librarian the council had completed
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Wkllam an Id. "When I had U .,be cut to ISO a month (from ||0) Its dissuasion of the r> io' '-

MAYOR DOES NOT again P B Bird secretary of the Taxpayer I paid Wadlalgh. (former building. President ef C unoll. E. CCkFOntoter mendatlona, Mr Bird, making It

*' K< onomy league, saga I land kIn accountant) 'lOll to holy aanoUuoed that members plain that b* spoke an a p> K.itecltlatn .

that the Chile be chanted me got It out and even at taut' my of committee bad agreed In and taxpayer and 1>.t for
FAVOR ECONOMY wife and 1 worked day and night '' prevtone confervnce1 which h
from engineer to 'general utility that duties of the league committee, of *

man" If such was the nature *f 10' the assessment roll'"You 'I'librarian were many and that no explained. he we not a metnh..r,

CUT IN SALARYI file .o.k'nll a spade a apade, he 'i alineJ those recommendation IIIr was warranted at this time. suggested that the council rei '.n.
I' suet the wine," protected T. Suggesting firemen salaries elder the alary auto etfeci'd,

MMDr. Smith, aanitatlon committeemen Roy M.Ui wa. another member of remain tarn providing they per.form which h* sell amounted ta only

( From Pare. On*) said thai II was! the B *rtrny League committee duties ef keeping city hall In M. a month moving, and not cutanybody' .

.lajNtlei IIIK the roopotamilkillittoo and I l.ltle construction k''O i I I "Tea, but you know I didn't ape order Council announced that pay One member of i

to |co ii iiiuntb and derided that nee or plan the time of the city i prove ef that and objected to It." Janitor service after Sept 1 would the council pointed out that the

nutt. or the office the present engineer wa taken up In doing odd Mr Waliam replied. (The league bo don by eolorm lobvrer. already saving was greater than that sUI

salary should b* allowed to eUnd Job III Itl.'" because of the technical i recommendation. w era adopted by attached to water department allowing the aalarl of the couru'llmen

"With that salary It should not knowledge required nobody slag. 'majority vote of the committee, services of pre..Bt Japltprl lion would amount to (1.2ll'Jyear a

ins arcoaeary &e employ additional available was able to do. The i mad up *f II taxpayers, but after to b* discontinued I If No action was taken on Ur.

i>uanl. on special cases. should I knowledge required was a knows i adoption of all the t.obmmndallona Suggesting salaries of poltc- Bird auggMtlonCouncllmea .

II'"' asked the mayor Dr. smith .i1i. of engineering and the title i each member of the committee men remain line h.", .. (flTI for, present were: 5;. Q.ChPoII.I. .

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upfera ......, a* wu tho recast ,Only Ire the Intervals .f hares)any The cuncll decided agalat any mad that polio are now meeting and A. J. Campbell. wera

raw brought bx the Model uDd sad had nat aieeal ta aaat asp ass I rut In the salary of the Cal tr.a- this provision, 1 the absent councilman 4 I

Ca.. for cluloa from the city pvrrlwn aa )f.. Hooks I"' B. l> lAwrenc 5. 10. 11, U-uggtlng that) Tb* budget for the fiscal: fear

llrntta wa similar to the nece. The councilmen .*.... however, salaries farvnglneer* at tight will b* fixed by the council at its; .';
pill a physician felt for calling la that they .belllv04 that Mr. Hook I The recommendation were dle- plant, lUiemnn. outer pan, and\ next regular meeting Monday ;

a .perl....,. In the Model Land Mho .to under contract with thepity Pod of a* '"IIe..1J. water department laborer remain' night At that tm.-th* aalarle .' .'

r*, ease Alioraey A. B. Small *f at a salary at fl|* a mouth (It,'. liability with reference!j jIt. f unchanged required vie action bx, all ally employeee and all other ex.peneei e

Miami. I wan mplyd by the city would ins willing 4a out bto salary R. Oletin'a eon being employed! council | or the city government will
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t* alt in defending th* eaee ... to 1111 It approached aa the aubject br city..:. Boy employed only four] II suggesting thai ,..Itloll.f be determined

for Ih* auprtme courtMe. .1 1 la Mr. UvlngMon'a lt artordinlntotrallan

It9kn. Intimated that > Hk received I'Ma
the tilt attorney had at few du.ll. nonth

I.* and a* UtU responsibility Taking up the *ugg.atli the 0"

the mayor pclal counsel .j' fires of cuperlnteadeal and chief

be "n""..aury."lb. *...It.., b.' combined. at the **l- BreakOfDayTomato
mayor alt ben sad] tries err at tin a month the council

".anpl* .t police court rates .nee woo adrte4 by C*.nHlma ......h..1
or twice a week," Paid the city at. electric light and water plant

torary "If be wake. a mistake _It..m.... that. thee two employ .

pad turn looe a guilty man the *** are at preeant performing. / .

city I- auf five -0. teadollar. U the duties >f three: aieir+la.other'. I Seed

the city attorney make. a mistake. rrda, that wham tkre men were!

It stay mean a lose *t hundrada.th employed daring previous ,'",Ia ..!
_"d* ar even hundred* .fth

_nd* *f dollars t* th* city. ling I:1, : :

Tk* wiayor f... hot give near a* fined. hat |h**. was a Man now
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tnllM time to th* tttx So the City working IIn the Votes, leajporarUyJ
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ittarsey does." doing storm reparr work wkltli $25 PER POUND

Apigiealty the mayor received never beet completed and

)}. A meals a.4 the cttx attorney within a abort time It we. I....ha"l

ed that this job b* disposed M

WIIOP'J J Arrtn TUB 8110W Ih*' *xra ....'. arvlca ..... .j.jRe

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AWaber *f frUad to a theatre Mr 1'..,.". plated that then bad Florida Coast Fertilizer Co. .

partat the LlJ'lo theist re 4lestoy book .4 paving, mad la lbr lightdopkrtment { st

...w. *tt** which they weal t* the *f appraxlinatfty .
Huns *4 Mo, sad Mr* W... ---.Refs 1 gases a Fees by ***_4** *rf* ted i t,

'. ...... Au* Hfreehoeala'rstaread..0wroktta M the apU -.tt.* plantaiul teid .

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ew..w' Mien Eve Bernard i\. W. Of st. Mr. and Mr. J. L Burton bit. Mr. and Mjn. Prank WkrtaUf I tike Miami pitH which they 'le-
IN AND ABOUND Petersburg arrived tnturday to s* their guest lit.... Burton' moth o MkUMI Beech meat the weekend .. rtva.
take charge of the Poet Graduate *r', Mr*. M Massey of Coimnbiu, with VU, pod ..... Char)of
hospital at night and to Assist Mr O*.. who arrived Monday morning roster at KMtead.Mkw Miss Myuma Kahl or Redbnd
1 ....... Miss Baynard I* a week.
HOMESTEAD W. I. to pod a silent the wwk-wd with her Nunn,,
__ .radual* *f the training ..k.ol *fBayrid I Margaret oberte. 41..11r. -.r, Mia Rae' Woodbury In Hemeetrrtd.
hospital to Tamp I M*. .*. Mra. H. t. fca *.*. Jr., .f ),( and Mr*. Dan Rwbwt, iVHd .
t (Continued From pf Two) who tar *.*.l the ,....* .tBMtiB
Dr and Mr*. ItO> HaUMr at her irndparn Mr awlMrs. ) Mr. sad Un. W. H. Cult offlAtlrftvta
Mr.' and Mr*. hoary Peters a"I MA*** returned Tosaftatto B..t. nupatrtc., .11 Ulenilthe
Durham. N. Coo announce the birth Va who lived In fcvlM -
spend k few lays with kmttavnoy's
nowne the birth ,t. w"/ k itni
wk-td.
part .4 ti tora
of a daughter Betty Luella, ea the war are 1'.IItO'tIt
baby girl at the Hunt hospital berenta, Mr. akd Mr*, iAlhen .
Au U. Dr. arvtve during the week to m
Hur." a iraduatcf j"
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IN.a.
She hai beets
Homestead H. fl, I* a memberof Monday nooft. 't W. J. weibon who, spanttesummer their horse her.
borer Mtlll'fal"
named Wand It,. db*. (ktr hits.ola
t the faculty of Duke University Carol CMMIr at Miami BeM>h WurtfJ

-Durham.. Ole latter part ef last wn to its Mr. and M.e. J. H. Grave. Mr
Mr. .lIa Mrs th ma* 18. Webb Lira. R )t. lawrtnt* bottle Ut*. borne la Redland. i ale 8ch ..Xi>r and Mia M,THoblhaon .

Mr. aid Mr* Frank: Morris returned art the barchU, .r anbe oeght-ptn4 M 011I. Thomas and Bin W. rt*_ went lo Miami T\I.\J'.
to Homestead Wednesday by boy botm at their b.m. laD Wets, hi Mellandahl Two.day aftlba Mr. and Mr*. MamM MorrMMlk obi. --

after a vacation at two month .wfi.r balms t inda" '1'''* baby neo* to call tar Mew Th-v.*' Lucille Brown. left "weir'.., Mr and Mr*. J. i-. MXtr

apnt at Miami Belch Mr. Me, keg been named-Stilt fto\o via will' reopen her beauty parlorin beets vlanutf Ml** Marie CamtMlltkf beech Miami.
the Flowers building en Ban. Mr. Md Mr... Harry D4ittfcter. std ,,. I ----

cia,. i lean, ot kHdentbfK. Ma Ula. Mittens Mvrton. HftWedheeday Mr. and Mrs: W. U Cooper and

: and Mr. and Mr*. Chant aM teft.KlwaH Mr*. C. If. llcdd and ....1\.1 bight t* visit In Oc.r> family spent a few dy hers (pi*
Billy II'Df.ytb l. sad Of )It. got of UlaM, were capon at I MtrjM-t len iltetdAp tat ,A1"o..1 "11I. week
Mrs L. t:. r* *iiB ,t Florida cityroturftvd .1 the ,. A. Mclm' km pettrdiy.An t. CL, M ""' 1I..*. ftedd'S mother I -
bom* tVia/ from New, formerly lived. 6ft tilt tel* of who M tit Mr. and M.... Lanrelot Compton Miss Lillian Brown .*pe ! Hatch when h* Pent there: MB. *., Cuba left Tuesday for Oklahoma City leave shortly tot Jasper wheel she
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month with relatives and I Mr*. sera mmoriln ad hettudhttf after a visit of about two months will teach this yaar. -
.it tl'llll'1 }ark hlk left today as ft bee'IC. Bobbhs hr trnd with Mr. C.tnptoo', mother M..*

In a letter from Maly .! _lily* Leaur He.**p ctiM twin a tw menlh x *lhMi aunt 0. Flora Coiripton Harris Hroa., hi petted k..m*
received by Carl Field Monday MrHfcwkhM h tack some time tontr.w.Mr with tart. Fathorlla's.ratted Mr*.. Sunday from IlItndll.0 visit. kU.
key tnt lk. Weather t It I U W. tumnvtrnn af Pa>t'M 1 bliss. tkorothy Conner who spent mother, Agra. Ethel Bro,1M..

&fckne" I..., fthe* lip I* etaylflfchi *. W. .11| JeknetoA end her two heated and Mra. K. a Ctrblrt .t the summer with relative in Kiev superintends work on a fruit pVn"
rainy ana raid. He also Mid Mn, Wllll.m. ahd FttdK. .( Ce- Wiliatbohes' Oa Oallle and feckaonvlll Beach gsa tatlon. there.
that he la getting news over the l n radio through the MUinl' elation tot a short visit with Mr T. 6. DukM who I* a topM .rMr Mr and Mr*. Fred Hall of Miami :
.nd Mr, 0. I>. WrKht will. IMV *. O. A. Went left Tuday suet ) and Mrs E. C. I,vrlnhd of were visitors' *r Mr. still Mr*.

Mr. and Mn. W. R. Bird Mturned .n their return trip howa SataN vtoendlnt a rW days Kith Mr, sod Miami were builnee caller In /be Ifruin en Wedneeday.
day. Mr Johnston and Mr. Mr*. WHt.M Homestead Tuexlay.
Sunday from a visit laJdckesnvile
Wright art litter C. M. Murphy who has boil
and m )river Ju**"
tten and Mr.*. O. C. Jnckebn *t 10 Buikbp Kv: rtt 11I111I"'. ,ffeHii* wllk paralysis rt >n..4
bosom she vl.t(lt4 her mother, .
hats 1.t. Edgard.. .... *hd Mr*. Hm.. fort kMcklldtcn JachMMlvm and theft son and lame Redd. Ronald BrMktt *K< "me W4tipMIy snug *p\A ..at whc'kad. been VIMdnt MTaMMta d.*|ht.r, 'U< lta and Alia Kalpryn, Albert Kelt took a trip In the *1x week* In **. hospital at ken
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f6r throe week, reterbe4 arrived Wrdmada H Rpend % l*% plea. bottoM boat from NIe"1 dall. His oqndnion .la mucft Imo
Mrs. Meda V. *Ju,h. and M, t* homestead Mondayt days Vila Mr, and Mr, t. Olut.s Wednesday morning auel. *f ,rovedALL .
3obn. of Miami war dinner guests .- -- .
of Mrv and )I.... O. ... Parker ..aPeslay

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week 1* reported to lie much bet- GROWERS AND SHIPPERS

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Mr.., aid .M...-. -t- A-, taper ot Na- IN ONE

TaBft entertained SWfcy and Bun

day night their' bN, "*,- ..- *., and ORGANIZED BODYWHT
.Mer fit. and Mr* A J. Johnson
of Hebrinlr. Their daughter Mine .
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Retool Thtlma itadiMte Lper' .a<*Kwlland*trn> nled High Mr. alto\ & JN*? you be a part of the one tutt-wide dtnw growers' \ .

t and Mrs, Johnson to Sebrln to organization that {nniu you to sell, etch year, to Of through the .'
"bend a J...rtiomM Vacation with
them. shipper you prtfrt. That controls: shipments a prorates suppliesat w' "

Min tW>H, -tMcktc who ha the auctions sets minimum pities weekly keep its

been visiting her Uncle and aunt shipper member confidentially ad i8ed'ti privutx ale prices. That"C
!Mr and Mr*. V. J. tackier, left I
.J Wednesday night, tot her. horn toTerra I wire each fhir fr, daily the auction. averages government ship- .

Haute, Ind _. menu kid puefcgs btfbrt the txwl> it th hour old s .. .,
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Mr. and JoI... Kr!: "e t Eby arrlvtdMonday ." Only the Clearing House presents to the business world i urge
from Covlnrton, Xy.
Lcd program: that is practicable for the entire sate harmoniv

rarnah Irvine Park J. Lyon flknttarlum! has" been for In treat Hol- : ing the rJbrts of its .various shipper member by tuthonutive '.

.. m ht Ham Au.. t. control of the amount etch may.ship afid the grade that must be
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Mr. and Mr* Robert\ carper and adhered to. Only the Clearing House has been able to unify theshippers'

Ells Wife. a.<| sweet Allies low I
Wllaon. of And rw on, 8. C.. apent attitude in their f. o. b. sales by price interchange

Monday nlfht with tar and Mr*. and carefully compiled marketing data. By accurately inform
Joe Byrum en rout to Cuba
through Key W 't. Mr. Harper ing each shipper of the exact number of cars en route to each
who 1* a cousin ,fit.. Byrnnk I to an
aatomeWIe deary W Anderson auction as compared to the normal, it has been possible for the
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---- Clearing House effectively to control auction price Proratingcommittees
Miss Wlnl"'" CaiMron of Mi-
amt arrived' In tJomeetead Sunday at the principal auctions equalize supplies at these DO tf'T YOU WANT
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to spend a week with her grandparents -
ttt. and )I". .. B.' Cam auctions during the week. .

eron. and become members' of this I Qumntint ratritclanl-.l' wlltlbtent4?
When you every grower :
t RombutMiMiiC fc*fruit or me!IOMC*dut M quarantine

Mn. B.' F. :3l.tri ..>| Vile na staw-wide marketing effort, there won't be a shipper in the state s Gram I fruit Uw corned out Larry and tiftctfvtljr .
A beets confined t Mr bed t. the,
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outside the Home and Cftrae ilwp. n rfuWJ' to Jh_ auimun prfcn
put eight ...11* \\t tlll 111. I that can afford to operate Clearing .
Distribution at tr*luetioa eurlttt omrollc?
Florida will have..us entire citrus industry handled under one
Bruce Ennle *'Un* t* Kate IIep.! UnifwmltT ittJtuJt M w1 ftf Aifftn' bated on aMim* k tembec It for the University directing head, irfvf?orderly and profitable way. In*Kfti"ofetitf
Florida wkF/e !>. fill take eou..... Uiuferaihy to mA*ad r*k'
The whole of the Clearing House is the benefit of the
In avrtoultare.raul purpose
OomrMMv. "* shipptq waling. .nHhl awe d of aping each *|MIn

rinsed-loft for WaahlMton. growers but you cannot expect competitive shipper interests their Mrlwtinf
prow ublKnf to .IncNeai dciwnj (or FWidi oraniea, ftftr,Al
D. C.. yesterday on bOllI.._ to continue their leadership'and cooperation unless the growerss ?. ,?,
Mr. and Mr. W/ e. tlaHk and
family returned Wedne4ay, *frohi themselves offer their backing. No grower can play his part in Aecunw InfanaitMt Awe" had on prim starker tmdmclf* Piss
epectlv rap tenJn n, (hlkaiiAi*,tuft and qualtty/
Fast Bend. N. V- whose they .... the lummer.Mr. this state-wide effort to unify the citrus industry without beinga U A Mt.w(4l Ji4ion that will njnm the fntereiii bf 1M
power mirjlen> of what. itatfu hi may .U through' or to'
direct contract: member of the Clearing House.
'. and Mr* It !of. Cook arid U Decisions on the nunbertn problems connected with pick
family left We nvadayfor Atlanta The Clearing House is your association it needs yout wholt.alll urtetinl W M hurt en tilt Ictimubud lljf.f":
( entire industry bated of ash on |Minf by lessee in )
..' .. when theyVtll vW% ralallVM. r k
; ferxcontractVorm
** ri n *,,jt ,hearted+ support.-Serid : today. ;. wean *!.*) W.AN*U(THAT yens rtLLOU-ae.Mq.11Ohd tip

t JoI,.. Margaret ft. Realer end .*n. .
Dnivla.' ralufittd Monday afternoon Citrus Orewent Oantl"" M.ociatiatt 4

r from their summer boom in Ypres rhven I1UCbntkoM

Foiburg, ftPeters gei.t tefoibuij FLORIDA CITRUS GROWERS CLEARING'HOUSE ASS'M *!I*,idxnried In tM work tbt Cktring HOUM AwMiI / ,
Mr* heater e ent four I II tain.. Ptet sin h yt. entirely without ebUptio! on *y Ant yew

"'e'lll' at, the North Carolina HEADQUARTERS' tootnctfurnt.j .
I State Normal Kbool, In AaRevflle,

I, to Make tome new fOU....* before WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA ate _
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rarton work
Martins her kki4

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when want it to-if tank is filled with.... Texaco. ;
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;' 1. A wet g**1 II to.atomized! mi.I.1. The Httt lad ktttr, Texaco raporizet Matacumbethan\ t b t i
listed tare of gasoUnt Of Id which Ire so readily that It(form*dry 1i
suspended' )) drop of rw guoLae. gat-an acme mixture of(gasoline ..; on I,
2. These drops 'of raw gasoline sod air. TJer NEW on BETTER' '. n" the !
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below ,, (form l a(ifteven mixture which. re2. This pure,dry g"respond daJo- '
iu the action of the tpark.S. toady to the action of the spark mainland
i S. Result:Destructive raolcase= dl< ;;3.: Result:Quick sta/u,rapid; :acceleration ; ;' TEXACO GASOLINE I 11I I I
Iutioobard.tart -iluggiih motor. smooth action-power! ,
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,., .,BonuMcxIOOODRIC1I
It Kram Aye.? M A.W.tttt& 6t
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FLA. l.'RT DOtmnr., STATI01'kO : taVERTOWN TIRE
GAS GENERAL REPAIRING OIL I A eoplet.tock .f(FtrMton Tire. Md CIIEERFUL SERVICE FOR AUTOISTS No Taeo iu or.I1 for l 10. mna.outh or&I61.t.tfe..
'TIRE niTAnuira,BATTERY PIUSCETO$]", FLORIDA/ No comprMMd air tor( II milM
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i HOLLAND'S' GARAGE R. PIIIPPS ', GLADES SERVICE STATION Doc. Knowlson's' Fishing Lodge

KEN AU..,, FLORIDArun .. .1 AT: KEY LARGO,OX::'THE OCEAN I
Lln, of Ford Parts Goodm Tins at.Low Pricta TENELLA FARMS..' Cor. Krome Road and Epmore Dove GAS AND OIL FOR CARS AND BOATS

HOLLAND EAffrai. .Prop.. ,. East.of t Perrlne On Cutler ROM BOMESTEAD' n..&. 6 ) Rooms and Sea Food''ow


WILLIAMS'! GARAGE D.G.PARKERGAS So. Florida Service Station No.2 2 2r. MACK'S\ PLACE
w. Also Mlrk.u.od Rlokmoa4ll.1.I PwrtaoncpAnuxa .Rock Harbor
0.OTCMM Blfhwar at
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ON AU CABS. -- AND OILGROCERIES l 1" IwYq ,lor x.. Md.. Aaia.. -*wdirlcfaM, CX>bl Drink*, 1M
A mX. tTTB Or AUTO'' ACCESSORIES GOODRICH SILVERTOWN CORDS .. .
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GASOLINE AND OIL. W.; 'OOD80f.! Prop 1 ,OIL AND GROCERIES TWO MILES NORTH OF FERRY
i GENERAL !lEI'AIRING.. Monty I street t M .. W. tad ATCOINI. Matacumbic, FloridaPa
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Pace Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, August 28, 1930

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:: ilecr.ta"" '', report showing attendance qualities The reasons of two for plater the lie life-UK IB the The It 8. Lovonioft Co., wheat
THe Churches
I I I graph by Joe HIcKaon, simplicity of its story tit pit old
pureness of the took of, fps bankrupt *
Recitation of the Lord' Prayerby German barber who ha difficult
the School In railing a large brood ot Ohll Hushes Seed Co., inn. wa

Tote your Bible. A cordial welcome and the effective 8I1Dr \ confirmed HaUtoad Kittr -

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..., paator. tetchy Maimed -l I lot .....* at t p M. Prayer and I Leila Hyama, Robert / greatly reduced price Friday w
':U a. a.t ft t afoClanahaJa, ... praise otrrk Wednesday at lit LIBRARY NOTES Francs" X. Bushman jr., Mary moraine Au', ti. Mr. I'leda V. \.'

perlateadent PrUif *c 11 ft. M. a. M.A w..... wrrrwrw+r- Doris and Jean Wood a* the Hughes, speaker writer and radio
and .:.. p. m, B. Y P. U. at I teacher youthful member of the eet lecturer on tropical planting, bad
f. It Morning sermon: "Th Mra Mary Webb, EIIIII.II| '
'J..' p, m. HIM Wllma cooper flMKldnL Tooth W Today." All young peote and fN. John C atcQUlr\ history The tory might b* the biography Conducted the store since fier hueband' {
Nw unit lUr'*tln( pted of any number of 1'III11I..antl( death a few year ago.
Invited. Sunday school .a al teacher, spent Monday afternoon
; ram each wee*.. W. M. C. M.*t* .kale, lo requested to bear eermonA at the municipal library who come to this country and aorlflce -
ins every third .411..d&l wt Ali. the for themselves In an attempt to w want to know "
planning raiding courses what you know
this la Orphanact Day In Bun
month .t t:'. ,lack. Mew ft I* 'I' their classes during the comlnfachool give their children a better start I remarked the lawyer-
day .school, all i y
requested to
,I MoCiaMhan. pr.*i4env art to life than they bad.
Books at library
give a* freely a* poeMble. ytar. till I "Well. I may a* well get Off the
\ Aug. It-MorplkC MrlMUl *III Included m the r.adlo lists will stand then." said the will "I

J' R.fI"'n'WIIln.. oormonBrother attend Every the young Senior parson League la Invited which to be put aside In oaf Dlaca tot the "When did the robbery Occur?" can't talk: without thinking, I'm nolawyer. '\
ocnvtnlanc of the students Mr. "
Saul. -Illlnol* Farmer.
bo ati N
croM-eiamlnlM-HW/V *
wa been newly organlaed with
Prayer serves Wedneed ovenln L. L. Bow. llbaarlan MT..
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the .
Olin Perry Wright ,< president wit. .
at I o'clock. TOW "Th.
and Jason Avery .* tlce-prealdent. 1 think-- to hMNktt.W 'USE MANGANESE
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Names f Ju
Parent are sated to eee that i t*,', ear what >*I eaten;
children come to the Hi League .t At the Seminole

CttRmUK SCTENCtSFlorid : I p. m, and to come with the ,----- -

Clty-aroaar Md Children If poMbl. Sally b'N.U la a real Irish colleen .," i iI
sixth atreet today school at Th* evening sermon '11'11I'"* a In "Kathln MavournMn," .

If:tt *. m far yiipiM under 14 continuation of sermon started last a Tiffany talking ajU singing plc-j I Remember :

rear .t agl meriting eervtc a* ffunday evening. A kpeflal Invitation ,IUI'I( that la one of the lMtut of ,
11 .'deck. Wednesday ovenlngmoetliu I* iMued to tll I.. th* "family night* pseRrata Timrday I ,. '"
which laeludea teatlmeB.* Neat Wednesday vvenlng the '
and Wednesday. ft* tocludee '
late Of ChrlftlMI Sconce ....U... tcaguin will have charge ot the coal .
l:.* o'Wech. AO are eorduUtAfMM/ prayer meeting and alv* u* a apetW Chart Deta147. Par.l j Folks.- so I Ia
Walter
welcoted.CkCACR. ,.. Elliott' -Aul. Herring
ry and Francis Ford.
W Sliver Palm--Rev. tt. '1'. Oatn*.
Cara"Honseraee6 Kathleen open the picture with
*uli a/ school every Sunday at
her arrival from Inland She l
tJerper .t
10.. m. preaching services I
4 and Fifth 1It"Bibl.* ......n.' tint and third Junlay- Of oafkawatk joyously welcomed at IIIIJ1'ud! Cleanliness is
ltlt V BU .,..vu>tM. till at Inc-. SAO its* p. _.| by her aunt and uncle and by Te'. next to
.. m. untor League and Intermediate ry, an upstanding Young Irish 14

I IUI17IICJII League sat .:.. p. ft1.. prayer Boot* whom Kathleen loved In Ireland .
: upiloestNOOL.J. .. before h* went to New TarK and godliness.
lot M tilt P. ... Tattdayrux .
tl Dods.. became a treat plumber-neat,
: pattor. I |oa> Tti* be*. H. ''.
Sault BM-rux U Ban- at least, In the eye of Kathleen.
: a. ( Gaines, pastor, wit preach the'
day 1e..1 at If .. m.l a C. Mor.phf. first Md third Sunday each month Their cup I* brimming onr with '

$npcHntn4. Proacblatt U I .. hi. The n**> Percy Wbltth happiness until Dan Moil '
11 .. m. and lift >. m. Prayer .... supply paitor will preach ward box lay hU aye on the ,Let us put youy'next"We '

H meetlnf very Wednesday event*.. at teoond and fourth Sunday M U fresh dainty beauty .f K ta4* A- _
..rte Ns. *.4 then troubled V *in. for Morlarttr -
CHTfcCH Or tttK NAZAREKK t* toXiMliMt *f a raekltnt,

lraSdoeada.OOtnor' Wow,. it. H3ftX' 8TAL CMCRCH Of1HB t... h. .>t Mc to Kathleen1
and A W. Fourth W. M4 what .,
vllau. AS8KMntIF4! OF OOOOmiM heart M does to It w

Mfltea ....... fender school M *-C. C. Mabeberger. ...- hove far you H find out tt>..:
lit preaching lit 11 a. m. an. tot llelll' "Kathleen Xavovrnten.'
tea Sunday school at ':15 a. W>l ,
alp
t p. .. Pram tMettnt 'thsr day .seer
l'tetht- lit I evafigelMle rrtweat >
.t f:'. P. m, A starts .,,10..10 ':15 p. m. Mid-week Mr**** At JMtbral k tdotbhs ai bee been' r
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,. U.Pruewoeirfrat TlWviay tt ,:U p. m. Everybody Me %. the lit,". IA same tlwA
n*.. r. Tf.KethIM .
welcome at alt seweraPRFSBYTI1AN rapists with both tAo eomte hold ;
l .paator. Sunday lit...
I Ithllt tHIllIII of Ills, l. Metro.tleldwyaltayor .
Bcheol at tl U. Jv K. Undonrwat,
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't 'Bins ot lkCtllldr
upeHMMdenl reaching at 11 I ............ -animas aoWMMftottu ...," shown hr Thursday;
a. m. and t ft. M. Young PwpM* ... aid d
Tb ". Job 0.Oekeler FrMaf SepV and I. which
Racist? kt I .. M, MI4.*ck. pray. i
paator. BuSlay chot M mark the Initial screen pp! ar>
or Shooting "If Wednesday .t 'lot*t a. tn.. J. W. .tr.rtP. .iIntn4eat ..... auto *f Lasts Uahk veteran of the
tp. .. Pre hlk* at 11 a. tv I

E3480Pat.1t. I AM. IlPrechmt at 11 .> M. .
t stews-.Irks tress 0. P.l.... i tep101 "Oolng to chooL"" Tile Del' Ripe Papayas 'do it in a soul -satisfy ;

sea. ""... SoaAy gonad a. it L tewing program will b* presented

...i oeWoe Md moos at 11 a Bh I by the young people of the paoWrtfcfbK J'1orlclat.lJealth
close with MM Franc Roo ing 'manner.
EVAWGFJ.C.t
..VTHF.RANReAaaet. ,Graham presiding Fruit
.-The II.". 1:. 1., ",n.. I Rang" _...Ic. led by Misses. Iou

enmaa, ...t" English eervtCM : Graham and Eleanor: Holferty.Reeponalvo 5c a pound at -

every Second Sunday, at I p. m.; reading led by Cheater -HoaKStead Dry Cleaners
:
t German ...tvle.v.." fourth Ott LETCltWORTHPAPAYA

Sunday In each mentft. at t >. I tcrtptur 1ea..4n tend by Mia

11I'1 Elisabeth Bu.h. I D FREDERICK
ItCt> OO.1JT' EFlSOOPAJUFloeMa Prayer by Ula. Martha Lee; GARDENS Prop.
sty CXMnaioMty Chary Bush KINGS IDG.OUY
Homestead
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-The Rev, J. W. Johnson, pastor, Brief report by Burton Graham Florida
Sunday achool Jt a. m.. Mr* NelII .
Mulllna, .1I.rlbt."n' preaching ...

at 11 ., .... and Ttt p. m.Kpworth NURSERY
League at f p. 'm.
Rmtlanil.- t>* Rev. George AOeuel \ C Cltrtu, Avocados, Royal Palm .--------1

paator. Sunday *school It Jungle Grove
: o'clock. Public worship\ tt H StMf.f1e trt1it'
Epworth: League, too p. m. Stead And Ptornni Drive,

: lines Harbor CwexAmMky ChumS .._ ..
bland of Kr Largo, The Rev.

E. X, Oetman. pastor, Preaching
Sunday at llt P- m. !I)" Stn kO\DAAt.o.. St. I.rP't'. I
very Southern Brothers Business UniversityTake DouckM (.MrtwulM. Jr4 whit ieeete Toting Job

krernopnr "re11orkle fOr AST LIFE"

Hl....Th.. Jl.". Fred ALSO. ALL tALKINQ COMEDY AND SCREEN BONO
Carter ot tK MfortB _Ml r. au.' Over New Quarters Iotl"4! to O
day aeaool u It;!.. Preaching at
FAMILY NIGHTS' PROGRAM
1111. I Southern Brothers Have the Largest Enrollment
TVEsixiY AND ""I'J'IoIDn.8E1'T. t AND I
METHODIST 151T."PAL SUt'TItWhM of High School Graduates In the Dally O'N.n In

MOM flmrrtt, -HomxtaaA History of the School KATHLEEN \LVOURNEENWINGS "

the Rt> t. K Wright nan j'' ALSO .,;. 1113n. ;

tor. Sunday school at It a. _..I!, nee 1. the onornl.us Ine,.,.... this school hoe found It OF ADVENTURE"
Paul Russet aarlnUBdnt., lIec.rt to take ores the Wane .t the Townley building. give .-. Iaooast ArurkU lM)4tAIITalklmt
tog tile school _.proximately tea thond feet ot floor .p.ce. ADDED'-"VOICS OK JOLLYWOOD"-THIJ STARS TALK
KILL THEM TODAYStearns' '' Every student Ia being equipped with to individual mahot- TO tOW
any desk and the school has purchased new typewe/ion a. welt "",."* ssvlddeefetie I fursitare and equipment. The remodeling and reHKf RF.JUWmT'to....H KAMll.V FOR ONLY too TTIKSB: !
( ,, n ." l' TKO NIGHTS
t' t0IOT CRS will w* title $4lealtsgtlflple41timelai11F:i 3A .
UMVKRPITT throughout the entire South HtudeUt Inter "" Tlt'a."nAA'tD: nUDA. IIKPT. a ASH
rated In this field will pj"". bear In mind that into Duelnw "SINS OF THE CHILDREN
1tiltrlty has an entire) college faculty, and atudeatn *>. mat
e4 ae *n Individual unit rather than claw unit. 0OITHKHNBROTH With Louis. MiMws llobcn Makiammirr, tJtfcxt Sufmt, tell
Electric Paste KH* have placed all their graduates and Mr. Bouthern fAtKlMo'cl'lMtnT
would like to ura. ,_n.n,.. that every hay and girl Interest* .ttr_ ,. kiLL I H Good--Prhw I* lee and 1PATIHOAY <
In a good position this winter would arrange to visit th school. _
i Coakreaeboe, Wa.*rbMa, Rita, Immediately, and have a percooal Interview with bl-*1. : MJT.Ptid a

Ml.*> sad UM Crafca.MmkMW
of nests* h_weed H duringt Southern Brothers Busiaess University "YOUNG EAGLES"
Mt U roars.It I IGLL1
Bound W Good-Prte* la tOo and t5APDKOpAU.
", Gold 0:0610woolI : ,_ 11 .. "-\ \ ret. .110111 11-18110 : TALKING COMEDY AND TALKARTOOK
.raree we-is" sat I Mattbee,t p.I'. .
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TEXAS PLANS dltWn In more or lea contusion In was learnln. the Mown *f dies.. rUMa...... He 'U .M MUlHl that aai* la preparation fer haadllB

ell"dll' te the readjustment atncatloii ef crepe and maklnewvMQHUl C.e. wwiU ..-..- .anf Min*. ah ..eM* *f the new raps tW
made neeemary bL the increased Mrlde toe this __. he added. I'Cuba I* leasing to produce, he
FIFTH BIGGER said I
I.rlft.. saw Intsatt te th* 'Tfcey are learning te float not Havana la building wonderful reMteratlon -
Culled tJUtee but he sere taut Cuba. only tobacco and sugar cam but ptanta. and the atomism- -
CROP IN APRIL .../...r the tuMtthM *f a also lima be M, ....., euMiniber Ship line toiwMaw Havens are I] USE MANGANESEHELPS
PMndtd secretary ef agrtevttnre and potato on a big __" Mr. building rmeNUUlS unit In their I
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:i a producer like this I* going tmean ..

10 the grower said Mr. ,
,
Rue.
|t wee In the used field that ho
met need buyer from Texas .n4
learned what that Mt was plait.
nine on doing. H* pointed out RUBBER ;
that Texas did not "come In" wither YOUR OLD
tom toe* until late In Apr .
eO Florida would have a also.
field for early stuff a. far aa tho
domestic competition sass eon-

cu..d.In the market h r* found principally .' PAY FOR NEW !

tale of Pin.grapefruit, all
Ins at ft.SO a. crate, lettuce. Eng
lick pea and similar produce, Mi.
Rue Mild. H* said that much of It
was from California, and -h* pok.
admiringly of the attractlvne. .
and efficiency of package put vpy < : } Jt. ; .) :; .'Hi
California. Special Silvertown ; ;* ,:;

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lumen Johnson of Key Weat ani" ::1<,. .
.Francisco Floltae ot Homestead, : y .'
'. ho recently returned from a trig r! Trade-In Sale for ,
to Cuba.were. vjattora at the meet
tog Wednesday. Mr. Johnson Color -
..' the option obtained by a Miami
lawyer. mild to represent northeri Labor Day Driversx'
capital)*!*. for a franchise to bull l 1a
> f
9 toll bridge acres the water gap t
K. tt the Oversees Highway. He ali
t that the option was for its month 1 hundred per cent value for

,c at the end of which time' the Law ONE mile left in your old tired
rtr Rosenthal was to deposit Iperformance
,.. bond of "011.800 tt That's what we're allowing in our

guarantee conetructlon ef the special Labor Day Trade-in Sale on t
'I bridges. The' federal government
may decide to build the bridge. Silvertown Tires.
,.I 'but Congree doe rot reeonven. -
Great big allowances for
,
-generous
until February, n In giving the
option Monroe Countr'i object I* tof' tires that have given you plenty of
'Aida no time It the 'o..rnm.Qa8bould
service.j .
decide not to build the ,, TF
bridge, Mr. Johnson aald. And those allowances to for ;b
: : go pay
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[' A.k,'d It he thought Vh"e volJnfj 'genuine Goodrich Silvertowns % r
jjof traffic would'.be. wfllo''ac:. U 'at
,.deke the toll nrldgea a. paying :.:r. *> tires tested and proved in public, in s

(propo>'ltlon, Mr. Johnson aald'thil :' ''the greatest 'tire demonstration ever
;' automobile ferry connection with '
(;, tne newly completed TtO-mlle CUt _'. staged. .
n highway, which .run. the
length of the Inland, was counted Come in, see us. Let us"appraise"your
', 011 to stimulate the Overaea High: old rubber. You'll be surprised

'oban how much 'it's worth. and how'little! '

eventually to connect with Central Silvertowns cost you. Sure we

r and fJVytlr a' by meatsof have your lire I .t .
another> automobile ferry over .,
4: a water gap not much greater I t
than the distance between Key
Went and Havana. .. -
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A young couple who had foot
married received many preaetitaafter
t, establishing their home In aauburb. BALLOONS
One morning they Mcelved > \. .
two theater tl'k.t.. with a 29x4.40 -w-----w- .$ 8.25
note which reid: naue who sent
;; theaef 30x4.50 ;.w..w.: 9.20
On the"ppolnt evening they
went to the theater returning very 30x5.25 . . 13.25
hit*. To their. astonishment *vrf.
tiring of any value In the house had I 32x6,00 .. . 15.95
been! e.rrled away.
Ch a table' In the diningroomthey 33x6.00 . . 16.45
found' thla note: "Now .du
HIGH PRESSURE
know.;" Tlt-Blta.

ww..ww..wrr.aawer.rwawwwwawwgrWalkOver 30x3. --------.e. .$ 6.75 z.

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j. i'ligeTen THE -liD 1\I EST E A D LEADER Thursday, August _28,1930

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I. 11 Social Events in South Dade I I


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Wt.. N. TO i.LIXTtWt PROGRAM r.N: *>Vr:It t---- I THin HIUTIIOAVS IIOMKTHAI: GROUP ATTV.MWtXJMMITTI.K
'KI.IINi ; N FIINFMDAY: : AT FLORIDA (ITV TI-U tI The CalendarAug. ARK (C-KM-'llHATI-1: : MF-irriNO '

.(...run or offices. f8r the The program given at the silver I Mr. and Mr*. Ed. Woodbury entertained Plan for the next Southeastern

online year In the Baptist Mlalotury *- tea at the home of Mr*. Lucy (Clln 19-Th. P.-T. A. executive at a family dinner party I Association picnic which has .been
Society Mill take finer at ton In Florida City yesterday by meeting will b* held at the grammar Saturday evening In the Dixie Caf scheduled for February In Miami

,' HIM bodiless meeting of the the l.tdten' Aid of the Florida City I I school at I o'clock. In honor of the birthday annherearl wen made at a committee meeting .
M .** of three members of the In the Fort Dallas I. O. O F.
E. Church
1-- | IOIIH| year l<> I* h..14W Community provedto It The Woman' Club of
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Aug. party-Mr*. Charles Foster of New' tempi In Miami Sunday. Further
nn. .111) morning tit 10:10: be en* of unusual Intereit Special the will hold Its monthly .
Kdlnda York who Mr. Woodbu, '. details ...11b.* considered at the
J. la coua-
look Mr
n Annual r.-ports from nil applause wa given .
Ih. "''' ..1, chairmen, girt I. leaders Dobbin and Mr. Fred Henn M'j II meeting.Sept. In. Mr. C. H. Woodbury and the I next committee meeting which will
.nd auxiliary |leaders Mill henil their reading I-Th*.Bain .r Shine Club hoateaa.Th b* held In Palm Beach. Eighteen

.,i.. In r.ill, "l this meeting I Frant wr:: Mr. Clinton. Mr*. will meet. with Mra, O. J. Hackler guests Included )I,. and lodges were represented at the
Mr*, roller, Mr. and Mr*. C. H. meeting Sunday which war attendd .
Al thin time a number of plan Lloyd Dolts and aon Mr WlllordP I Kept. I-The Eastern Star will
With new year will also te dl.- very and ,U'ted (X special Interest will .b* Done and daughter Mra. Roy In the Masonic hall. It will nlut." two district. deputy preal-

lh.. plane for the forming clr4ln Chandler,'Mr*. W. Maaomber, Mr*. meet' thereafter the first and third 'UMtJ CM.II GIVES dent, and about fifty other.

> a* a special vote will be taken R. W. Mulllua, Mr*. Dobbin, Mr*. : Tuesday of each monde BENEFIT: HIUIKiK PARTY Thoae- attending from Homestead -

(jr> lecertaln what Channel tha I Henn Mr.. Brandrd Mra. Joe 'M. I'I'IItopl. Mr*. W, R. Crow assisted. by the Included: Mr and Mr. H. B.
Jiernbrrahlp doles In the preJnt .- Kuntud, Mrf J. )I. Leach, Mia I-The W. a of the Misses Rather and Helen Llvlng- Beattle, Mr*. Cora Belle Orlnold,
'
.Ircle .,.oot.m. Leaders for, Muye Robinson Mi. W. F. A. I WhIM Stone Church will hold Its I, start was hontwa at the Aroma Mr*. Blanch Chapman. Freddie

l ie 'Ircle cannot \>t elected anal Robertson Mr*. Robert Orlebach business meeting. I Club bridge party In Hotel BemK Chnpmap, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cap-

tier this veto hag been taken:" Mr*. David Hiuband. Mr*. J. 8. Bept. I-The T. W. A. will nest not Tu,,"" .,. High score prise linger Mia Mary Tretrter Claus

ijn i he president urge every active Graves, Idea John Rohrer and little with the Mime Janl and Will I were won by Mrs, A. V. Phllllpa Orlnold and Cecil Johnaon.
H'' >.ib.f of the Society to be ....- daughter and Bonnl Bell My- H.
i Bell Uowo. and E. Brhnmacher, second
I -....... .... _....._-_e
sal lo m.k the vote reprenentnrlU er*. I score prlaea wr won by Mr*. O. 4.11
uf the taiembrihlp | )1,.. Robert Orleabach 11'11b I I It. Oldendorf and M,. Phllllpa, and CLUB NEWS
"'(1,. circle will meet i,...", t.- hontw to the aid next week. A1 .%ll-t.lltY PARTY IS HELD: : the consolation award went to Itr nurrle IAttleMINNNNNNMNNNNNIaNNMNNMMNNMNMa
AT BIUFHI: :1J> HOME] :
ly immediately after lunch to dl-|
After Ilah Nixon and Mr. Bell. Marguerite
.'P"-> new loaders and ta make II\UD TIMCS: PARTY C.lViXnr : Mr*. W. H. Sheffield was hostess and Bobble Crow assisted Mr*. Jt. E. Johnson conductedthe
phi II. for Individual fleptemb i ;>m.Ai.Knt: ciiu-Mo at her home In Florida City to the In enlng. lesson at the meeting of the

meeting A hard time party held Friday I American Legion Auxiliary bridge Present were: M,. and Mr*. H. 4-H Club of Home.uad In the

at Ilk home of M.... C. V. Barnes party Wedneaday. Two table Or Jo:. Schumacher Mr. and Mr. Harold Florida City Community Church
iH'i:it OM: : in IIIIU: ATTIMII. : /,:'on i Red land road constituted the card were In play. The high Sheffield Mr. and M.... Harry Wednesday morning when Ing-

.'O. O. .'. "',f'MC'I'In-' >ll.\y ( fast mlJ-tumniff social of the Nell score was won by Mr*. William J.I Hlner, Mr. and Mr*. Bell Mr. and bore Mattnn and Charts Aldrich

0, .>r a hundred people wen Walker Circle of the W M. 8. of i Oeronlmo and the consolation i iI Mr. A. V. Phllllpa, Mr. and Mr*. were hollt"...... Mr*. Johnson took
pnwenl when the Odd Fellow and the Baptist Church. The party I ward went to tetra Jim Vann. It*- A. R. Uvlngaton. Mr. D M. Itogler over the meeting In the absence. of

Rebekah held a basket picnic In', took place on the lawn which was frMhmentl or' cram' whip cake: Mra. Blanch Chapman, Mr*. both Mia Panay U Norton and

lh.' HomvMcCd Grower Aa claII ': brilliantly lighted.Entertainment :' and punch were sei'4ed. George W. Turner, Jr., Mr*. Olden Allow Carrie ToKIt who are on their
<;in packing house Thursday aftar-1 I wa Informal and The guests Included: Mr*. Ge- I dorf. Mr*. W. M. Bradley, M.... I vacation She wa accompanied
,
noon In. program of game and wholly delightful. Mr*. George ronlmo Mr*. Ivan Moter Mr. Quail f). Joiner, Mr*. H. A. Cameron by Mr*. Mary E. Adameon. Mr.
.'art Interest centered In at.nn I'Wright! contributed a humorous Vann. Mrs. Herman Bchligel, Mr*. Mrs W. R. Crow Mime : Johnaon exhibited a clever appllqued -

guessing event which until' reading In dialect Mr. C. Hi Butler Harry Degler Mr*. George Turner. Either and Helen Livingston, M... 1; pillow and a pot bolder In

milly won bX Mr*. J. W. A very. I I i conducted a punch-board game Jr., and Mr*. Harry Hlner.FAKKWI Albert ".nn. Mia Monte* I the shape of a chicken She also

Winners In (tie other races and of .stunts PIes C. N. Walker held rettl, Miss Ilah Nixon Mia .pa-I I I save the girls a pattern for a sewIng -

i ?i,ut were u follow.: running a spelling bee; and numbers of : .:I.L PARTY GIVEN Hrooker, Mia Mary Treeter, Bur- basket designed to resemble a.
ru for boy under ten year of other stunts added Interest to the UY C'MIl' TVEfcOAY rell Joiner, Allen 14111 and Mr chair and showed them bow to

(HE' Pilot Russell: running race program. A farewell get together on the Owen make It.

(er' atria under ten Years Of nge.Ii Mr H. Grady Smith, the circle Florida City Canal Tuesday night The girl then planned for a picnic -

,,, npllniier, running race for leader, thanked the circle for its was given for Miss France Fro- DAITINT S. M. CLAM to be held In the outdoor living -

bola titer lea year Of ..... Mel- loyalty and co-operation during the her and Mine Ruby lib IIII" who ENJOYS PICNIC Tll>AYMra room built by Ed L edvkalnln

>li. Y "UII"| *": running race for I yr and discussed" plan for the will leave Thuraduy night for Bert AndrfW Baptist Bun below Florida City. Th* girls

hi-, "\ir ten yean or see KiithMI coming year. She aim told of a Woodbury College at Los Angel day School teacher, and her ...I..t. who are each to bring something

.. Viinn.: tigy potato, race, few penonal service deed No Ca., by wins friend Old Itor..- ant, Miss France Ix>raey, went for the picnic lunch will meet at
1, .1 i .ft <'h.'yn"y. girl*' potato rare, I action will be taken on election of I stead High achook pep songs with the class on picnic to Royal the school cafeteria and go from

WHtlf Vunn' : tarn hay: three legI a leader for the coming aawclallonol and other School songs helped 'Palm hammock Tuesday after there at I o'clock.

I ,., M.hln Vaughan and'I!' year until permanent make the evening Interesting and noon. then {in the party were: The hostesses gave a demonstration -

IT" ,t Annul, small bo>'.' three l.If.r of the general society| are plans, reminiscent a* both girl are graduate Mra. Freud lr.. C. N. Walker 101'.. of how to make potato ruled

KI "i IK. Ilot"-rl Co..yn<1' and Vlr pleted. of the (drool.A P. O. Robertson Prlecllla .,.. after which refreshments of salad
;oil ft.tit.1 Muter melon eating ro",ji ;, Refreshment nerved at wiener and marshmallow roast Catherine Vann Mary Moon .d'i j) and cracker were ..,.".ed. Doth
i i Fi..l Arrant, ladle1 hall drl.ntcit \'- 'clock by Mr Barnes and Mr. and boating on the bay were enjoyed May Peterson.'Bobble Bummerlln I, hostesses cord 111 which I* the

.0 ,. .. Din. KddU!; Hobson; Vr gummrl'n from a cleverly, fay the group. Charles Robertaon Virginia Ho highest scan mad ao far during

It and ludleK' water carrying contest, decorated table -nfl.. the lawn rnn-I, Kin"',. holes' Pennlngton, Marguerlt -I the aummer.Mr .
t Ui, Natalie Murphy. I II t Stated of I Iced frail punch and MINM )RPHY IM4TALLF.il Crow Lola, Eunice and a. Johnson askedseek girl to

?I Alter the contain a supper of andwlrhe, Member of the circle AS! Rt.RF.KAH: OFFICER: Carol Walker, Edna Bigger. and bring some other girl who was lntereated .
ii ,d. been, fried ft.h. pickles, gave a hourly vote of thanks| Alta Vann. c In 4-H work to the fall
Mia Myrtle Murphy who
returned ,
ik. und suttee was served Meterli to the h.*... for hr boipltallty. rally of the club which will beheld .
Monday morning from 0..-
Kyle.JVMOU ; and tang vr*** of "Hleat B* thelo" BOON
I '...'., HOLD
uml\xu: ( TO
I and "Ged B. Whir Tou Till rela-tives The following club member,
WH'MI MEETING: FRIDAY
1.1:Aet'F: 1'IkXII W* Meet A gat*." f were present) Fern Hobertaon Al
IXIMK: TO 1.":Am.I.!Y" CONTENT: I. Circle member present were: 1' of the Homestead Rebekih lodge Th monthly *....1.1"m..tln.. *f ia Vann Frlacllla Freed tou Bell
the Mr*. Smith leader Mr* C. E. Butler 'by Mra. H. B. Beattle. districtdeputy he Woman' Club of the Red- OrennelU Geraldine Melts, and
An interesting program on Rufus 11n..... Mr. C. I president of the Rebekah foods will be held Friday evening via-
Lord Prayer wn dwell at the Mr* J '. I Leola and Florrl Little. Th
I Assembly of Florida, at the reguhir fh
Kuhn. 11tb.* clubhouse Instead of
After Fred
O. Robertson Itora Included: Mra. Johnson Mrs,
mi"lln of the Junior League of .
th.' Whit Plane M R. Church Sunday I Mr. M. P Wollam Mr*, J. R. -lodge. meeting Monday night.At i Coral Gables a. at flrat announced.It Adamson, him V\ II. Qrennell.Qoldle .
the meeting letter froml'or.1
when 1"01" Utile was Indee.Mrx .: Chamblln.! Mr*. Van Collier, Mr. will begin at I o'clock. Qrennell and Katherine
W. T. MoConnell Mr*. C. N. Walker Rebekah No. 11 of Coconut I Mra, Jaa. Moore, Mr*. J. 7. Vann.
J A. McNeil! sad Mary MoNt I
Grove read challenging theHom..I..d
I wa
and Mr. T. T. Bown Th vie- Dyche and Mra Gee Kowl Pr.,
>'III played duet and abort read- Rebekah lodge ,
Mcllwaln. ; to. will b* ho tea ea.Th1 .
U -
HOT Included: Mra F. U"--
Ins> worn ,l\en by I.eoU Little rae In attendance of officer Th
Mary Mi-Nl' EllubHh Caplinger.MArybelle Mr*. Clears e T. Wright and "Whaffo" you aharpenln' '.t rauhr -
I losing aide In the content I* to give
Mo later.1 of Mlnlnlppi i B. T. P. V. Of the River.
Olbba Marjorie *rand
Walt: for the winner
a
upper
Effl Booth I Mra \ of South Miami side Church at Miami will conduct I "Woman th.,'. a palls o' gem-
Degree work wa practiced at
Member* of the league are Mr*. R. R. Bigger* and Mrs. Bum- the meeting at which there were the Kpworth League program ) mum' hoe* undeh yo' bed. It
planning "Com to ltu." poti merlin.PYTHMJf. at the Radland. comm they ain't no :nlgguh1 In bent
bout twenty In attendance.A "
iiHiteat Kffle and James M. K. Church Sunday. Tire nlt'l ihoei -Ah'm gonna ahave!"-William ,
special surprise entertainment
'
will be lender hut Hundny : MITrRS! : gram will begin at ':10 Purple Cow. i
I I. being planned for the Heeling
1\1' TO HOLD ni\M GAME
next Monday night. .
emu, MXH'TH VtAHIKKKVATUX \' At the regular meeting of the -

( : GM|.:! i Pythian "later In the I. O. O. F. )IiuM. II IN: Ml MILL REHRIIKiK

The study of a plant Part of the hall Friday member decided to HOWTEH8 FRIDAY

..'(..n" claim scout teat and oboer".1 hold a bingo game Batnrd&y night
Mr*. E. H. Hlner will b*
atlas (ami)* another part *t the August to. In the empty store seat tomorrow .t.n .h08I.1 i Mae Morris fk!
; to Crow' Seminole Pharmacy forth ,
tent, were taken up .t -th* 1I'I..t-1) 'clock bridge luncheon for a small
In or the Iomelea4 Girl benefit of the trganlaatlon.Th '
group Present will be: Mr. Kenneth
In the basket ball| roust Td..d..t K Clark Mra C. H. Parma., I'

Other game followed then MIPI Parent-Teacher Association Mrs. Frank Morrji: and JoI... W. B. Beauty Parlor :
j Ro Tower told the scouts I DIIlIold an executive meeting at Welake of Coral Gable ,
essay parts of the lest they had I! the grammar school Friday Au- .

paa* .. Ninetieth members were'prevent. gut t*. at I o'clock. Chairmen A fishing' party composed of 1 '

All ar asked to bring .f the committee for the season Mr. and Mr*. Luther Chandler and :
anaphor* rod ring to the lint will be appointed at this. time. Mr. and Mra. Tom Talbert and /

r meeting Member or--:; Fidelity Mir night Melvin and Mallory Sunday spent at Saturday Everglade Will'Reopen ThisSaturdayAllg.3 '

The Jledl nd I-H: Club girls held not with Mm Gertrude tlh Clu"l I In lh* Tea Thousand. ,... i ; ,

their regular meeting WdneUuyiafternoon I her home In Redland Tuesday laid

at the Hedland Farm i i
e ,
-,<
CARR'S BARBER SHOP .
'
... I
'
{
r 666 > I,
BEAUTY PARLOR I t
J: +
Same location in Flowers Building Home
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B.4l._ a Heodarb or NeueaUl"ta 1 K. W. First St.. Hoanwimd (Rear at..... Ba.a) ,

I' minute, t-hock a Fist toe Shampooing. Permanent Waving, Facial stead. Phone 56I-W :

atnt clay, east check* Malaria beItNK Massage, Finger Waves, Scalp Treatments I ,
thnwday.. I TELEPHONE 1.,).

1 $66 also in Tablets .' Lattanziveer. i I", -- ..

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: a'.N" p titi"h, s it : ,..f 11.. .aW+3Ww ra I.. ., ." '
wyais .. :'. __ 't', L : w "



August 28, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pan Eleven

....
f ROYAL BANK TRUCK TO Homestead bustneee, w* are head
CHATTER w.th- a altuatloa that w* ....not..

from the around and that I* the attitude of CLASSIFIED ADS
i

LION'S CLUB MAKE LAST TRIP the rfeBjM federal to banking the talnlenang aethorlltsa In of -I

I this track ""loa. It. therefor. RATE First Insertion Its aline: subsequent Insertions

eKf HERE SATURDAYContmced will b* naoessary for us to discontinue loalin*

..e this service I I
-
"I am writing you gentlemen of WELL ROOTED Du.!>...
( 1'rcm I'M Get) FOR RENT young roee
officials taking. the position that this necessary decision with the doe each. Fero cheap JowphtiePratt *

the stnd'ng! of this armored truck request that you advise our friend WELL FURNISHED house close In !.. N. E. Ut Ave

was In effect opening. a branch of at Homestead to this effect. Th with modern convenience for
I
armored truck will make Its usual abort Per- !USCELLANEOUS-
rent tone period
The Highland fling and theword this bank In "om.. ead. In spite I i or.
run to Homestead this coming Saturday -
nianent at low rate to right
of this attitude by the federal
dances M they are don In but after this trip w* will party. W. J. Carter,
banking orrioltla we went ahead NOW I* the time to have that
t b* forced to discontinue this: *er\'-
dance In the
competition highlands
tIe with this service anyway, realizing family root flied. floe" the reliable
Ic*. I trust thatIt I* needless for
of Scotland wr danced by that the position taken by them FOUR-ROOM. garage apartment far roofer for a guaranteed Job *
me to to that I regret
say you very
Miss Aleaenla Rom o' Coconut was correct, but offering a* an .x. I I rent cheap. Three room fur ( P ...lIb..., Phone ItIWWANTEU
I much that we are faced with the __
Grove ut the weekly luncheon or ruse for our action the demoralised '. nlahed. Mr. Mary Manley, 11*
necessity of taking this action, but
the Homestead Lion. Club In Hotel situation which confronted your there la DO alternative and I only N. W. still RUFOH
'
Seminole Tuesday noon MISS cowl' community which was without. ask that you let our position b* --- -

who I* the daughter of A. Fraser banking facllllte known In the matter. I would appreciate ,I SALEFOR WANTKI>-Alligator eklns I1n

Ran, Miami Beach architect, was| "Thl entire situation baa again. It It you would let the Franklin Tampa. Fla

droned In tartan of the Rose clan.' been brought to our attention by, Homestead papers copy this let. SALE-One hundred. thousand -. -
'
one of the oldest In Bcotlind. Bh* ; the federal banking authorities and ter so that o'lr. position can begenerally Stoke Improved marglobeI

alto wore a family pin dating w* regret that although we were known I I I tomato plant ready to begin. MURPHY'STRANSFER

tram 141, which" added an Int...-I' very anxious to do anything that "I wish to take this occasion to setting September first, |l 10 per CO.

sting touch to her Highland at- w* possibly could to relieve your espre to you gentlemen and to thousand. Special price on loll l<4M>m I MKYory Arrj

Ire. Mr' Marcel MorrU played situation, we mast now discontinue Homesteadour of 10.000 or more. H. M. Rum-
our other friend at
"
the music for the dancu. this service A* a matter of fact I ley, Banford. PI*. Hauling of Every Description
sincere appreciation of your
R
Prompt Service Phone 611-
Member of the club are looking ann' though the federal bankingsuthoritw
use of tills bank. W* have sincerely -
forward to the time when killed. would allow us to continue -
endeavored U be of service to
FOR 8ALB-The Literary IMgoWI -- ----
Row nil sing and whistle for this armored truck service,
,
)! your community and stake easierthe I every wek." Paul Russell, Jr.MON8TERA In llM Occult Comet ..( the rh>v them. she ha whistled a number: we are faced with a monetary lows which confrontedyou i.
situation (',"- ,1& In amt fur Jostle
at time over radio station WIOD In operating It. The relatively people. 1 sincerely hop that IXmnly, ..k........ In 4'haniMT.
Mill Rot.'* dancing wu preceded mall balances maintained by the the cltliens of Homestead can gettogether FRUIT Tic each; No. ."".-A.
by club buslnea. Lion Howard citizens of your community (total night. blooming cereus fruit I to. R. A. JON EN. 'olllpl"ln""t ,, r,

Johnson announced that the wom- depos't! balances' averaging. fid00 ,- .ut their and work banking out Deeds com,solution and:I Jungle. Prove Rcdland I anla.. WATERS JoT Al... I*..''....

en'* and the m.n'* tennis matches ) and the activity of thaw accounts that the coming winter season will FYtrrlaatre of MiiHMUHe order for

between the Lion Club and the taken Into considerationwith full ratification
hold for each of you a
Rotary Club had both been called the cost of maintaining this m..aur.1 IN THK NUll: Ob THE 8TA1B!
of luocess. OF FLORIDA:
off armored truck service, I* .
s TO' C I. WATFHR, FKTIinR.
A motion to Invite the businessmen l heavy loss upon us. tbro..lnl'l I 1.0LISW' J DKAKH mail -

of the city to one of the "It I. entirely possible bRAKE:

club'i luncheon each month was' time goes. on, thee balances would E. C. CIIRONISTER t I YOIT. and each of you are h...rrbirmiulred.
M. D.DR.M.p.HARTMAN before dRY
the lit
John B. Tower on or
t unade by Lion George V. Turner, probably greatly Increar, and It I Plastering Contractor i of September, A, 1>.. 190, to appear -
Jr. and pawed by the club. may be that w* would b* able to to the Dill of Complaint IH Whether the luncheon will fall at handle this business1 without lossr AIL"PROtIE tO 8.\V. lot Hare lloi all you In the above < niAtotherwise ,
I the allegations (h, rein
a regular time each month or not ) probably show a small profit It Itorneetwd, Fla. Contained will b* taken by rOil ...

wa not decided Tueiday Suggestion but Irrespective of what might be confMaed. This order to Ito puallahed -

from the business men tha subsequent growth of this once a week for four 'on-
srcullve weeks in the Horn>*t"ad
for Improvement In the city will

be welcomed by the club at the** NEWT G. BALL Leader DONE: AND CItnhREU In Ml

times, Each guest. will be expected tom!. Florida, this i4lh day ef July,
,; A. D. 111.
to pay for his lunch
Physician and Surgeon Notary Public I ":. 11. I.EATHERMAJ
Quest at the luncheon Included .
riirk Circuit Court.By
Mill ROM and O. T. LlnkenhokorirEn Office Hour 10 to II a m.: I to 4 and T to I P m KIRK INSURANCE AND It. II UAUTIEK JiDiputy

Telephone 537-W KINDIUJ) M.MJJ: fltikClrculf .

PLTtING; FOOT iv ITAgent HOMFBTI:AD, FLORIDAAnnie LEGAL nofTMr.vrs ooiu ItOHhltTH( Court AND Heal NELSON)

-"Will, Mrs Onion, bow KECTLY DRAWN ANPERNB8T

._ do you like the electric washer by K, ROBERTH
IS N, Kiuiw A.*,
this time 7"Mr Solicitors for Complainant.July .
Mayhew Fitzpatrick : -- I1. Aug T. It. 21, 91f .
.
O"T tell you the truth,

I can't seem to make It work rlrht. I Conswnatnry and Royal Conservatory, of IxHpalg ,I l, ..
Graduate Obcrlln Nook a of Aill<.tlim for Tax Bird f properly under the maid ( >itiri, 'alliwuid

Every time I get In It those paddle AND THEORYRnlland I NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVRN vies In the name of II' J.

kind of knock my feet from PIANOFORTE ,THAT Theodoru Bailey, balder ol i.11' Pearson
of Miami I Tax Certificates | Lot I, Block T. II'"> Alto an
under me. -National. Farm Jour Ho** Near n'arayne Drive rtymf I4 ljS l City Nos SIT, 228, bIO 40T, 401, Island In Bliicaynr liny .ltnal,,| IM

nal. US. 4il, 411 4>1 and 441, dated Section! II. Twp t.x H.. Itgi 41. K:
1 the don day of June, A l>. l.l I Recorded In plat hook T. |>"IC'H
'ti111111111111Il111111111lIiII1111111IIlIIIl1111111lIlIHI/ / / IiIlNgllllllNIIIIIIIIIIIl1111l111l11lIlllIIII11111111R1111 D 1111111111l1lIIIIU! I has filed mid certificates In my Publl Records of load. <'010"t>
office. and has made applicationfor "Florida In the City of Mlumllleach. /
tax deed to issue In accordance County of fade. Hint .f
.' CHARLES A. DANA with law. Said certificate embrace 1 Horlda: as embraced In emit, ..H.No. ,
134. The ot.akl
awwwmrnt
=3E2 == the following described .
"Youth marches In the parade: = properties situated In Dado County !property under the said < rtlfl uloIwiued
Florida, towlt: was in fhr name art U. it.
the reviewingstand
In
S3 age sits calmly \ Lot 5, Block .-A. First Addition Keller
E== of experience" ,, == to Kspanola Villas-being I Lot I, Block I, Rive Aim an
; I parts of the southeast quarter and' Island In Biscayne Stay. situated
H j The experience of others should guide you ; we ; /1 the southwest quarter of Section In Section II, Twp tl ..., Rge 42K
Recorded In book T,
14. T"'P. H .. lUe. 41 E. Recorded plat pair
are commended by those we have so faithfully == In plat book I. peg I4T, Public '174, Public Record of l lade County '
H \\\ Record of (Pad County, Florida .'Iorld.. In the City *f Miami
S served. set i In the City of Miami Ileac, I Reach County of ld. Stale of
= 'County of Dad. State at Florid.d I Florida, a* embraced In rerlirKtatiNo
a = as embraced In .certificate No. .n'l 411 The snow.m.nt of .laid
I The assessment of said property I property under the Mid cortirit it*
.Turner's Funeral HomeS under the said certificate Issued I .u.d was In the name of Stuart
| was In the name of John P. Holland Wutson
I I lot 4, Block t, Itlvo Altoan lx
S=S IJCE SSEO EMBALMER >O. SitS : Lot 4, Block '-A. First Addition land In Blscayne Itay, situated Inflection

24-Ilour 'Ambulance Service i3 to Espanola Villas-being II. Twp. Al S.. Rg*. 41' >;
>" part of the southeast quarter and i Recorded In plat book 7, page 14.
S Flowm BMg, MomealMd Phone 604-R Day-or Night the southwest quarter of Section I Public Records of Dade County
, = ; 14, Twp II 8. Hge 41 E Recorded Florida<< In the iMty of Mluml"Ueaih
, # = In Plat book t. page I4T, Public i I[ County ot Had*' state *fKlorlrtrt
;
IIIIIIIilllilllIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIUIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! { IIIIiilitllllliltii ( \ \ Records ot Dade County, Florida, a* embraced In rertineat'
t, .Ill1lHlIIIII0111111111111111111111iIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIlIIIIII In the City of Miami Beach, Ooun-I No 41*. The assessment or ",.W 1
Dade State of fc ., property under the said rertaionto ,
of ,
i Milli i11111111111111111111111111i111111111111111111111111llilll 1 11111 IllllIIiii IIInlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll !! !embraced ty In Certificate No. 111 I Issued was In the n..m,. u ':
1II1I1II11II1II11I11I1II11 Tb. assessment ot said property It. llrlter
t .. under the avid certificate Issued Lot 1, Block I. lit I.Ido Island'
was In the name of John F. Hol an Island In Blscyn tiny sit u.l'.o,
land. (In Section II. Twp M R. Ik'
II Lot .. Block 1, Rive Alft)--an 41 B. Raearded In plHl book '
I Island In BlMayne Hay, situated In page I*. Public Records or 1) t.
NOTICE action II P., Kge 41 K. County. Florida In the i 'ity of Ml .
t.,1 Recorded"lnT plat book T. pass T4 mini lleach. County of l"i ,\ = Public llourdu of Dade County Florida, as rmhra< sit In < I I''
( o Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims I II Florida In the Cloy of M.aml fiesta No. 411 Th. "KH,...II ,, .it
I or Dade. State or ur raid properly under u>, -i4 I
the Bank of Homestead of Beach County .
kind nature against
,
: of any or Florida, sit ( mhrntnl In C.rtltl'ot" certificate Issued wen In H I.< i-
' Homestead Florida that unless such claims are present. No 404 Thr sae. ..m.nl of said or Ellen M HsrrU
property under the >.iid certificate Lot 1*. Block I. HI Lido !char
.J ed to the Liquidator of said Bank within twelve months 2- blued was In the name or Withal an Island In Blwnyn Bay .1I"al..t.

the date of this notice same will be forever barred l en Holding tIM '". In Section II. Twp tl II. Its42
. from ,
; L 0 I block 1. Rho Alto-an K. Recorded In pint book I. pui<
'I' under the provisions of Chapter 7935, Laws of Florida. Wand In Blm-ayne Bay. situated Inlection II, Public Iterunls .if Dad C mm
II. Twp. II ... R- 41 B ty, Florida In the city of Miami
'J' 5 You will present all claim to the undersigned Liqui- I Recorded In plat book T, pure T4, teach C;euuty of IMde. State. *(
.
Public Re ord. of Dade County, Florida, a* embraced In c. ltiriMt
;: r.at Homestead. Florida.. Florida. In the City Of Miami No. 44L Th. aaessmnt of ..i4property
date of under the said certirioibIssued ,
= v' Beach County of iMd, 8ta4*
;E. P. DUNCAN Dorlda, a* embraced In certificateN wag In the name at u. Constantine
1 ..,. The eaaeMinent et said
I'nle said certifies should
property under the saidoanted *
i' Liquidator, Bank of Homestead. was In the name *( MUlleln h.. rvdeemej according to law tad
Holding Co. dr..d will ,"'M thereon tile misfit *
Homestead Florida ', slat 14. Block 1. Rlvo Alto--an day of ....>t.mb.r, A. D I Pit
land In Become Bay situated In lifted this Seth day ef Auguirt AK .
July 15th, 1930. Rectlon II Twp tl S. Rge 41 K I'.. nl..
Recorded In plat book T. page ?t. H T.EATHFRMAN
Public Records of Bade County fin, k r.r Circuit Court, Dad c.. .''
Florida la the City of Miami rye Florida
: Rrt! c.>unty of Dad.. Mate of By JNO FENNO 1)vo'1k. ,
xrtiricatei uit Keill
embraced la
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Page Twelve THE HOMESTEAD tiBADB.1l_ Thursday, August 28, 1930
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.I bed Intended U strip th*'MA Hut not apprehended Mr HarrU went j
'place of W. T. Netttea district *tUlwion Thieves Take Auto As
SPENCER TO OPEN affot who w.. called t* Owner Sees Movie 'were Interrupted or Scared away I to Miami Tuesday Warning andbrought ..
I his cur' back to Horn.atad. ;
Columbia N. C., to awlet IB the a* the fear Ur Won unbolted I
FARMERS' MEET farm' loan headquarters thai*. Otkef > A Buick ear owned by Tom Har- Preparatory M taking them off,the % .
: peeker Mid tfcr ..III""'ie argil %*** stolen flundaf night In Ml. polte. tfport,d. The ttlt.... Were I USE MANGANESE
"CWtftrol
J W. Watson enMml BM Still while he and his family and
HERE THURSDAYExtension of Ineeau oil Truck Crop;
movie
friends were attending a
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Frank Hue H/m d fertltnrManufacturer. Theatre Mr.
flow at tin Pali-fax
'Remit of the 1'" SATISFIED DEPOSITORS
Harris bad parked the car on aside
Director Will of Manganese on Marl Bulli" Dr., street, within half a block of w. coaaklee the set/efied depxrdtor mr bnatIt arntw Usetaaent.
Speak in Place of Dis O P. Weber, plant |>athOlol the Fair fa*. ..,. U w Itb the ideal of laving' every iiatrott a MtUflert di>po*>
"Seed Iced Sterilisation and Truck Moti- Itor that wo" have fnnniiliilml and nwlnlaliieil a uniform not.P ,
Miami police found the oar
trict Agent Crop Dtaeeeee," 1.. II Rhodes, of MfMT. services and cnurtiwr. 'lWe
day morning 17th avenue slid
r -. state marketing commissioner; Uth street, Miami with both floattiro OOI'dtAny invte 'n\'eotlpll Of the clurot'trr. and iI.lo\l. aby
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A. P. *penee vlce-dlrtieter,Oraanlied Marketing:" 8 W. n' one flietttif e.Florida. '
tone. Th thlevea evidentlySO
titvMtoft work of the University of specfillet.
Exchange Bank
the
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Veterable E' 1M the Introductory speaker at the I COCONUT GROVEW.
IPI" George Fletcher tomato tariffworkw lurich. The program has ben arranged '-
Karmafe Day program to l>. givenThursday Ti miCE Plwhlwil J. a. ,
... Acreage' EATON VIVO Pro
"V tabl" Crop by and will b" under the ... .
of next nK In the auditorium H. LAZEtIY Cashier
and tile TarUf" supervision of County Agent e. H.StetfanU b
of the Homestead Grammar -I
I The program ,,11IIn at 0:30:
School 1- .-...-- ---
Mr. Spencer" will epoch In the a m and lat until 4:30: p m with I 1I I
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TAHITI BEACHCORAL Barbering for the Whole FamilyA

; ENTIRE STOCK OF ( CABLE refined atmosphere, unfailing courtesy

andexpert work will be found at this
ftpnrlal ralm fur party of SOr
:' .. moM bathoni Ike .wlhTable Everybody welcomed and treatedwith
chain bath Lease
HUGHES SEED CO. PICNIC* PARTIESBATHING the greatest,consideration.

BUSII'S BARBER SHOP
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DANCING 20 N. Kreme Aft
: Purchased from the United States District J'HONB BVXnaREEIT IHGeneral
Court in BankruptcyThis
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complete stock of Merchandise of -
Miami's l leading seed store comprises the fin- WE BUY GUAVAS

est quality products on the market.

STOCK CONSISTS OF IN ANY QUANTITY


SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, INSEC- i iyc'? to 3c per Pound

TICIDES, POULTRY SUPPLIES I r

AND REMEDIES, RABBIT I We also buy Grapefruit, Oranges, Sour a\

FOODS AND SUPPLIES, DOG a Oranges, Lemons, Kumquats and other Trop
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AND CAT FOOD AND REMEDIES -

GARDEN HOSE AND BONITA GROVESTelephone

, I TOOLS, SPRAYERS, SPRINK- Public Utilities I

, LERS, TRACTORS, PLOWS, Oomoatraa Phone__OB-M i I 1 2313

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: Shelving, Counters, Trucks, Cash Registers '
< Safes, Adding Machine, Desks, Ta- ::1 $10 ATON i
: bles, Etc., Etc.

: 201 S. MIAMI AVE. ::11 AT THE "PILE"Compost ;

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