The Homestead leader
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087295/00121
 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: September 4, 1930
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075048
oclc - 34296444
notis - AKR3403
lccn - sn 96027189
System ID: UF00087295:00121
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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ORGANIZE TO The hurricane"BE reported PREP AR to have D" killed 300 and SPECIAL COUNSELLORS AND ,

injured 900 in Santo Domingo was still traveling :

FREE ZONE 31FROMRYBAN northwestward the probability that this its afternoon center (Thursday! ,rough with SEPARATE MAINTENANCE I

Florida Straits which
1, the means between Cuba and

the Southern tip of Florida, Richard W. Gray, Miami

I weather bureau bserver, said when inter- HOMESTEAD] LIBRARY

viewed at 5
by telephone p. m,

Local S and Grow-I!I At 3 o'clock this afternoon the storm was ap* .. ---

era Asked to Meet\ I parently in the Windward Passage between Haitiand Farm Loan Checks May Board of 5 Members And

in Arcadia! the northeastern tip of Cuba, according to Mr. Arrive Inside 10 Days 1-MHlTaxLevylnPro-

Gray. It was apparently still moving west nprth- posed Ordipal'ceCOMPUES'TARDJLY)

NOW IN CLASS WITH : west. Should the storm continue its present Approximately, ITI apnlluatlpni

OLD INFECTED AREA I course, it will take the same path into the Gulf of for government loan* from Rout

-- Mexico that last year's storm took, and the south* Dad roomers whose crop .'er* WITH FLORIDA LAW:

No Better Off Now Than,! ern coast of Florida may look for high winds. damaged In last years hurricanewere

.jf Fly Had Been Found Should it recurve to the north. Florida w.puld: be ten at Mint Columbia off t*, t loan t' headquar tetudray, Special Supervisors Have '.

Here--.5teffanl.. *| out of Its path.In according to County Agent" C. H. Complete Charge of

Organisation-of. -leading grown, any event there will be no danger from high terraal.. Library

winds before Friday (tomorrow) night Mr. Gray The Ionoverdue6ppll"lol\ a
end hlpper .f 110,111, Florida o ,
\ blank arrived Saturday morning, First draft of an ordinance providing *
{obtain mere chipping privilege for I said The weather bureau will probably give hour* t.. Into to be of much aid, but ... for the maintenance and

all Counties couth of the original ly broadcasts ()f the storm's progress, beginning at .1tcat\on. received while! the supervision' of H..rne te.d'" public

. quarantine Ho* will b* the purpose : 10 a. m. tomorrow, he said. blank were Jerking were cent off library separate and awrt'from

Ir, % meeting IfVwinwday In Arcadia Residents are advised to get their houses and by fled Mr.government meffn| without form but the with*>ecl- all other department ef tike

. ,to which' representative grower places of business fastened securely against the notation that form for the application a. city administration was submitted -

and shippers of this section have wind and,, rain. If The wind geta very strong go inside had not arrived before the. to the city council ft Its toe

been Incited. IT) "Jolter. l1'e.lv.4* and stay there until the storm abates. Most of deadline date -Aug. '10. ulr meeting Monday night. Tl
Immediate action In expected on I.: the first move the city has evade, .
tote morning by Clnlr.Af'1t! C- the persons ,injured in Miami and vicinity in the to ,.
the application and If the re- comply formally fully wlf
H. Dteffanl from Leo H. Wilson 1926 storm had left shelter too soon. .po".. to the application mid the plate law governing mun.trlpal

county' agent of Manatee. County Take down your awnings. A loose awning, by grove owner several month public libraries. although aUplH" {,

" Local hlppng| association and with its iron rods flapping around, ia a menace to ago t* any Indication check for meat of the Homestead library war
growers with whom Mr.' 8tffan the loan approved may b* expected voted -at a. *pecl | electloa tft 4H '-
has been able to get in contact. Immediately the rest of your house in a high wind, and.a loose within week or ten day, ury ."rl JI, ,and the atom af the

bugnn arranging tor representation door or window will soon be torn away. Vr DKffanl[ >a4d, U)>rargea hJ lft*.-1NU4Jb' the

at the meeting, the There'is no, occasion for fear. Followthe, mot-, .. --.---' -- Ity r,since Qctohfr ofHi:, ih.n
county agent Mid ,lie library was Kill nndet tile IW-
the Boy Scouts : "Be Prepared and will
Mr 8te/fanl point* : that tb,. We SALARY CUTS port .'an of the Homestead WQ-
& removal of Sterilizing li'l'< her re- little to worry about. .*'* \'I"b.1f t ,loundctUTld. ,
quirementg from leaving the 4 1 -.q for the library will be
troll '
Zone i area end the noil removal;SCHOOLS MADE I Farmers''lJ Y-l'iograi: UNLESS MAYOR rvs s d'ado+ aao..n1 tll.JY.limu\ / _thebudget
\ ot quarantine Vegulatlon In Zone I Has Fair AttendanceThe In accordant ,.iS"Tri
art i has the effect of maklarthe I tale law which require a levy of
unlnfeati areas ao better off afar :! READY.FORSEPT. SETS EXAMPLE from "lit to two mill. On the b/l.
r I Farmer' Day program at
a* shipping goes, than/ It the the .10'I of the present assessed Yalua- jj
Homestead Grammar school,
had b' on Infected with the fruit lion, this would produce ilKhlythan |
fly 15 OPENING DATENo I attention auditorium of an today audience I.* receiving coneI4 Yearly] Saving of Nearly! fie. ll.MO, If nil axes wen
Th letter received by )Jr. Stef- th.I' 000. Blocked paid It only 60% of the tears ore
fairly large considering the un $ by
fan I la as follows: I condition of tb.. weather paid M ha* been, the caM In re-
Saturday, AugVst ID, a number Married Girls to Be. 1I.h morning I from (,l< to I Livingston eant year. (,!)..? Ub...,,'* revenue
or fruit shippers and grower In Admitted at HomesteadThis lit:li the following speakers were will b -:expenditures Al '.V.h;
:Manatee county met In conference Salary out of city employer, library are a
heard: A P. Spencertoedirector .
concerning the Mediterranean fruit Year volunteered or suggested when the,, year, n( which |l'0 I* for limo
of state extension work. Introductory -1
fly quarantine The opinion wee city council considered the recommendation librarian's Salary, |UO for purohase -
speaker; J. W. Wat.on.1i
unanimous that all counties south I Painter and carpenter; are busy i Ctalneavlll experiment elation en- at the T..*pey.n' <*if new book end repair to
of the original quarantine line this week putting the finishing i tomologlat speaking on "Control Economy' league last Week. mill old book and office Incidental, i
should have more shipping prlvIllge touches to repair for the local I' not b* made untea Mayer I.. E. and flOO for rent
ef insect[ on Truck Crop* ; Franki
of fruit and vegetable, par I School houses In preparation tor'' UvlngKton also fall In line and Hupervlslon of the library will be
Iu.pP41 fertlUaer authority,
tloularly In the fact that the eighteen the opening of school on Monday.!I I peeking on "Reeult of the Von of l lon take a> voluntary cut a* suggested vested lit a library board o1 live
southern state should be In the League d. tlqniThl member lo be elected by fee city
September II. New Shades for the! .. reppmplep
] Manga a ee Ma, r l80l'tt"!' H H.Wedgeworth. I \
open to our fruit and vegetable high school are beI lhglnH lled and:t I aewJbiai l *.'DutnVlonlirtf Was .,\I at Tuaeeday 1 council at fleet tat terms[ tarylo -
'Realising an organisation, corn janitor are.gataf'lb3SfIldirs.In the Belle 01'ljji'tI'tn'ii; ( It" ..IhI' meeting *f, the peuqclt' front;on* 10 five year, so that I
a posed of leading shippers and I shape for occupancy. I tlqn Speaking In Dr. O. H. Wrier.1 1 when City Engineer E..L Hook offered one membership will espir aanualiy i
growers from the south Florida The county school board at It* teed on "Seed Bed BtefAlaatlon to uk a cut 'along with and be open for a nevi fin j
ountles. that wr originally In meeting In Miami yesterday and Truck Crop Diseases," the ...t." I I year term member, also to lie appointed '
sons three, would be necessary to ed that married girl will tledd-I When the Leas* recommenda. by the council. Appointment
After lunch from I to 4:10 p.
i obtain recoghltlon and relief from admitted to the Homestead ethoole m. th* assembled farmers are tlone "wet\4alc. ntl last week the Of the librarian1, filing of
the quarantine regulation, a meet. this year. Last year several matron | scheduled to hear State Marketing council" refund tllmlnale any I I het salary and the regulation ef
Inc I* culled t'o Wednesday. September iregioteted at the beginningof Commissioner L. M, Rhode and Of this preeent officer or tmploy the. library .administration will bo I
10, 11 o'elOcMVIn1: Area. the' tell term and later moro of 1{IS.| W Ulatt, truck crap marketing ee* on the ground that they were i among the duties of the libraryboard. .
dla. The meeting" place will be the the high school girls got marriedbut specialist, speak on marketing, and all needed for efficient operationof The acts .f the board >
court hoiieTou continued lit 'lCt. ol. I I George Fletcher Speak on ..V...- I the city, but offend to out the I however, will be subject t* amendment
are urged to be present at Request for an additional pus to table Crop Acreage end the Tariff" remuneration of councilman to II by the council, arwrding lo
this meeting for the purpose of transport students to the :Hom..t. .- I I a year-with i laving to the city the atatufei I
forming an organisation to obtain .ad school was also mad, but of approximately 11.10 a year= I When th"' library was Mill In y
the relief mentioned above. County action wlll>*e deferred en thin" re- 1 Death Claims Motherof It .."* mayor would also comply the hands of th: Woman' Club \
agent, leading c.lllfeM and "..- quest until the return of Julian Local Business Man with the request of the. League the oily fesptftidiid to kppeal for
etabte rover* and Shippers arer Webster Ibis dlatrlcf representative I that b* reduce his .alar,. Cut munlHpal aid try having th* librarian -
(quested to be preient Please notify on the board 1 Mr*. Louise Jacobwn, former were also proposed by the council' Mr. L. I. How who I* still In
me at once If you will be The 'faculties pf tits Homestead, 1,, resident of Homestead and motherof for the aaalnunt city clerk and the chor'eya O a member cf the
Florida City| and tttdland schools M D. Jacobaen, local business city engineer that would save the police fort'o aid paying her a salsty -
thenBy '
all mea* give this DI.etln'l will b* a* follow: |I I man died at her items in Miami city another lilt a y*.r. The a* ,men. Since,, establishment
publicity and have Mtjenaoy of. HOMEa-yiAD lUOU .SCHOOL, arty Saturday morning'follow mayor howeVrr' won not In a* a. full municipal library, the library I
yams representative bower. and L. B. flommer principal; :Mr.I la;I I 14-hour (linen occasioned b/ ,jL of cutting his Salary and has ben classed" In
shippers there oak possible If we. Carl A 1, ties ,obtain: any relief from the present H. Rice,' Nell K, Walker Mary;" patently been In. good health prior VMtlgal the request of the Tip} llbrkiy'Ibhiltr Mr*. Dow'avaloua
I raatrlrtlon we will only get It Webb, Ion & Hill!, Velma Butt) 1'to'.that. She .as U year# old Graduate Hospital that the ..II n'artarlnc" has growa f om
through the united effort of all McGuire. Ruth L. Scott and Gladys Mrs Jaoobsen cam* 14 Home- low It water and electricity m 9e.I: several % 19 more
( counties lu Mouth Florida." Web" .. i,stand with. her husband fl, C. Ja turn for rervlo rendered ** an''' than lI.toO btokt.1'/JItefl, and ml
--- HOMESTEAD ORAUUXB cobsen and their children In lilt emergency hospital reported fa-I on the shelve' and about 5 80 tb4t
0:11.1 FINED IN POLICE tOCRT SCHOOL L. B. Sommera, principal and lived her /or about a year! vorelily pn the fluelllion. and the await listing b fer* being pot on
four i .uie* of disorderly conduct : Mr* W. a Edward Permed.1- before moving to Miami She to' hospital was put en the free lint, the shelves It U housed. In a on..
out "I i five cane tried by Dunn. Mina Bay, Ethel Brown Survived by her husband who i effective June III to June 1. ''' Story frame Wtlldlng. much In
Mayor a B i.ivlngaton la police Neva K. Coopar Mary F. Jackaoa., make hi. home with hU daughter, 111) The question will be brought'' need of repairs by reason of storm
ourl Tuesday night war dismissed Stella Hook Mr.. J. O. Wynn and In Miami; a son M, I). JaoobMB up for action each year Instead'ravage*, at the northwest corner
A' All concerned fir Marl Nelaon. of Homestead: and three of being nettled perm nMl>. ) of N. Ktorn *.eaue and Beoenil
gross, Jcwle tee Turner Richard SWRm4crrr ELEMENT- ter, II..... Bother and Olga 4eu'h.1 I The council;' devlded IS belt a1'1' street The btlldlng I I. rented f row
. Park and Nelbell Hardy, charged ART: Edna Smith Thurman. Hn of Miami and Mr. D. special meeting for work on the the J. O. orrery 00., at .n *
with fighting and ifoah William KEDLANU HIGH SCHOOL: of Atlanta. O*. budget, a* routine buttoned *t the!1 month The growth of the library
tensed of discharging\ firearm Leon A. Gray, principal; Edna The tun.r.1A.* held In Miami I II regular meeting take tip tile 1IIa-, I Ia largely the result of Mr*. Bow'
I In the thy limit, were freed but Bourn. O. R. QuiUrldge, Ruth Tuesday at 2it* p. IQ,. with burial Joe portioi of the time. The p-[[activity' In soliciting donation ft
Cai* Child, charged with fighting I Ttdwell Mr. Henry Carter. VtrCoallnued In WoodUwn Cemetery In that i clot meeting t will called at the'discretion books. she mnd and PUU new
was fined t.r dollar. I I IJ I ( In Page 13> .eit,. of the .. kcontlnued o" page Four)

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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEA DEn Thursday, September 4, 1930Ci'he

........tlent.'Of .:day Stole BaperlntemteiH Idrrwte
: en at* new the Mp
Evangelists of Note I' the Florida District of the will have charge A* hi .inti Men
'I To Come to Princeton Church *f ate Naaar ne. !l-Redman plan to attend the mhf0
i tlonnry tone meeting lOb.- eelSeptember
eingIng -
I I Inspiring congregational
1 I '
The Princeton Churchol the will open the meeting which i 11 tt Prlnt'elon
Nuaarene through lit paetor, the will begin at MO: each evening except '' Thy will conduct a I l-u daY 1401
Rev. r. W. Koehler mnpiincet', INII".". On Sunday the .*rv-'rival there following tii.Ice11Cyreductions..
BAPTIST MKTIIODWT. I an old-time evan meeting'' lean will begin at 10:4 a. m. lentilT:10p.at. nievtlng. '.,

Howeate.sd. -TB* ft**. O. II. ..10ft<.. Oty-The which wlU begin Thuraday Sept. ,I
Walker, ,...r. Sunday school at I Carter *f Lake Worth 11, and eentlnue through Sept. :i iII. A great all-day starting will
fi4l a. ..., a L. McClanabaa, *u. day school at 1':10.: """ The Rev. and ..... I. E. Red- open the oanpalg on Tbu.....'. I .
y.rlat.adoat Protecting sit 11 arm 11:11. mon who are known throughoutthe Sept. 11. what eervlee* at 10 a. m.l In Fancy Meats'
( nation it the "Hoorier E..a.IIot. -
and 1:0* p. m. B. T. P. 1.1. at and at I wad 1SO p. m. The pta-
,. ." will hav charge ef theniniDlgii.
7.00 p. m. MUM Wilma Cooper pres-: Mtn-IIODUT ) with delegations from thattors ]1
These two .ho.reoIn..r .
Idont New and Interesting programs Miut. blues Churt-h- ( chitrchea of the ....11I110.. wilt be
each week. W. M. U. meetIng the Rev. ... E. not aa welt preacb-, present for the day, and there will'be ':'
every third Wednesday *f the tor. Sunday school t an old'faahloned basket dinner.
month at I'U 'clock. Mr*. .. TMcClanakan. .. I Paul Ruteel tup I welcome at all tervMa i iI "A big wek-omt I Is intended to
eretldea', Preaching at 11 a. m. : everybody," any Mr. jfaihler. j
....., II
HOIK. Morning. .; Epworth League at T | PREKBYTKRIAX I
"A Han Wllhla a Harv." lor League at 4 p. m. 1 I Honrnirad.-Urammar school PASTOR TAKES TRIP J
Kvmlag arrmoal "What tits praise' service audlton. The Rev. John C.
DIM TtariMa About Hell. p. m. Evo.bod'I J O.k.l.r, patter. Sunday school at The Rev. W. I:. Melton left Mon'l I SPECIALS.FRANKS
Proper wruks Wedavalay Mlvrr Palm-n... H. 10:0 a, m.. J. M. HoUtrtr, auperIntandent day, for Waablngton. O. r. .
at .:" o'clock. Kubjeiti"Khoukl Sunday school every Preaching U a. m. other Intervening point for a visit
Worn Keep Silence 10 a. m. preach fIf1>t. J_roan tofrff't ".* 01 about two weeks with "' 30'Per
la the (Chun rCllRISTUY> first and Mara IlIlId., It tUaitn. or Personal Prov children. .1 Pound ...
month at 11 a. m. and kk+ere?" Tot your Wbh. A Mr. aoaaman will preach In hi.stead FRESHSAUSAGE OA
SCIEJfCf Junior League and cordial w.k ono awaits yon at at the Naaarene Church on C'
bids i1ty-arctawy and League M ,,10 p. ...., I all nrrvtir I Sunday and on the following lu,,- lb.
Sixth etreet Sundae school at in. at ::I' p. In. Tti..... \V. BEEF OA

10:"* a. ... for pupil vader... h I Princeton The n. I ROAST Lb. .. OUC ,i iI
year a i apt morning service at Oalnea. pastor, will A' Good Plate Lunch PICNIC
11 o'clock. Wednesday *...1... first and third Sunday I 23'
meeting which Include tettlmon I at I p. m. The Rev. I I (RAMS lb. ........
lab of Christian silence heeling, worth supply pastor I .
1:00 .'clock, All.,* ordlalU. I the Samoa and rOil...... 35cDIXIE C. A. FIELD'S
welcomed.cncncn. a. m.PKM'IXXIKTAL.

or CHRIST ('
nomM&8---orller of Avenue Tiff "StI.; mLIf: ) :
A and Fifth irtet Bible lesson I I Goad l -C. C. .
It:.. a. in.i commun'on 11110It. tor. Sunday school at :

m. .Icetat preaching Till at p.III m. :-.= : : MRS ED. WOODBURY, Prop. I ANT ADS PAY

ciojitcit or thou
TJI: p. m.
IIomewiMd.. -J. U. Podton, per]
tor. Song Mrvtoe ':U a. m.; Sunday .
school .. 10 a. m.: B. 0. Murphy YOU ARE ENTITLED.
auperlntendent 1'.Obl..j
at 11 a. m. and 1:00 p. m, Prayer
meeting every Wtdnetdevening.. I .

.-Corner Mowry 81
and a W. Fourth Av.nuW. A. INDUSTRY
Melten, Pastor Sunday school at
10: preaching at 11 a. m. and ,:It .
p. m. Prayer mooting Thursday
at ,:10 p1. m. hearty welcome to W ..;

alL W.Koehler. r.EunmnT.too many growers ire"faying today, "Why should I be { .
PTtami* i
paetor. Sunday Bible a member.of the Clearing House? I ship through a shipper who is L. .

School at II: 41.. Preaching J. R. Underwood.tuperlnUnde.nl. at 11. a member and I pay the assessment anyway." That's just itt! You '

a. m. and T p. m. Young People* have always paid all the costs of the entire business and get
Society at a p. m. Midweek pray
er meeting every Wednesday at what'.ld't. :Taxation without representation. You are entitled to a ''

'P. m. vote and a direct voice in your industry. .
Hvpt. II to SS-Revival arrv
lire MMHhirtrd by In* Hn. and The shipper members of the Clearing House are competitors !
Mre. J. F. Redman, the "H_
doe E:vasgrib"" for business yet they have cast their lot together for purposes .. .N

EPISOOfAU from which you will benefit. They have done this believing that .'

'* Joha'a.-Yke Her. C r. Jack they can afford to place the problems of the industry ahead of the ... ,
ton, re her. Sunday school at It a.
service and sermon at II a. avKVANGKUOAlV problems om aition. v { .' ? 'j s ; .

: LITHERAXRKdUjKl. But only the growers themselves can make it pay the shippers. ,. '
.-The Rev. B. ... Wkdenmann. .
putor. English services to continue this attitude only the growers can make it pay I

very oecmd Sunday, a. I ,. m.Oerroaa .. the shippers to continue as members of the Clearing House. You at
services avery fourth
Sunday In each month, at I p. m. must be the ones to extend this st te-wide effort to such a point St

METHODIST EPISCOPAI that shipper membership is a necessity and when you have .e :

Florida flair OoMMMilty Aced done your part there won't. be a shipper of any consequence in the ;
-The Rev, J. W. Johnton, patttr,
Sunday tckoel 1* a. m. K... N.lII state who is not a member. YO'U
Mulllna, superintendent preach S DON'T WANT
lag at 11 a. .. and Tll p. m. Without this alert grower membership, why should you expect .'- ,

Epworth........League.-The at R.I,.p.George.. B. your interests and those of the industry as a whole tq be 1 QiBnntmt ratrictiont removed lightened? ..
Deuel'patter. Buaday.Khool.lt iven consideration than 5 RdBbmoMMfaf fruit a feet IOMM due U quumtwer a j.I
grater competitive shipper interests'If '
I Greta fruit Uw '
'clock. Publlo worship at ItEpworth tuned out fiurfyandcfretmlyr',
Leaan. ':10 P. ... you want your shipper to continue to act for die betterment oY 4 CitriM hipvcnti rtfukttd to intuit Buiaxjoi priced '. '

-Rork Harbor of Key(romraiu l>r,e. Tb, Cburrklaland Rev. the industry, join him in the organization that expect and compeljsuch : Dear>hulae M ls"-bon: markets Controlled J-*

.. t o..t_.. ,."'or. Preaching action him. If should h tMdct.ep of attitude on part eel shippers based as 1IiniaI. psis J.ilnmatxmttotcotptmiefenl
from you.are not interested why be? *
Sunday at Sl. ?
very ,,* -
A statewide: grower membership makes practical. : and possible r Uniformity, in grade and pick? '

l lA the wonderful purposes for which the4Claring House a. Ccatpetrtiwabl'J'CfIkmftaptlolr4rzapinllt deer flurkctm|? each otbKt

d and toward which it has made such strides Your: Proper publicity tt> tncraut daMnd fcTflonda oranges grnpeeroemembet
iI end unternu?
i 'p will make' grower interests and shipper interests one It Accuntt fcfonutiM niraUtcd oa pei11rea, rear rt tcndtncitt' prtpecuvt '
Pti crop condition,.....-...tun.nd quality? .
in the one organization that can arid should represent all the '1
i U A "fe.WIde orguutauni that will Kpruent the __ of the
citrus interests of Florida. Protect yourself and back up your grower tccardlcM of whit shipper way ell through. to'

: U KIMW on ti. numberless" preblnu Connected wall pfcking. ptclint -
industry by membership today.
,.applying and nwketmt he baaed oa the McvmiiUttd t r fciict of the-
*' ... smile ndvMtnr mood of ace one IUCMKII by tauelf ea the dark?

w f Tats lieu W AMID sa THAT .uttnLL..-._wn MOM uf
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Thursday, September 4. 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Pager
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Specials For Friday and Saturday

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Rice Flakes, HeinzPOTATOES I
Corned Beef PER CAN 21c -
10 POUNDS 35c
Tuna Fish Flakes 2 iI z S 29c Cabbage N J ids41/2C i

Peanut Butter POUND JAR I9c Bananas FIRM RIPE 11 C \
Pork and Beans 3 CANS 25c
APPLES Fine 5 POUNDS Cooking If-oii Eating 44e I

Washing Powder email,T,..21c
Meat Department I
Spareribs POUND I8c
CORN Mluo"o0R2LANS33c

Peaches Y. C. 2Yz 50c
Cans N for Lard Compound 2piKTK25cPLAIN :


( OR JI L< -in '

atLflRD'S 61b.bag $r .37



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Paw Four THE HOMESTEAD: LEADER Thursday., September 4, 1930 '

WInMIW/NNNmw .W -. alow down now that '
eolleetM Itwl In the rooms er any Web pHe .... tool
pendHure ot alt MMwrt
IBEfiOMESIEAD LEADER ..r donated to tile c*.*H ef ten It. friary' kall be separately l and FROM OUR MAIL BOX:1:1IItltar { starting and children ui .' on ,| <

brary fund and of the renting 01 distinctly marked and kept upon w/w.N INNN NNN N ,..,.v.. ..,: etreet Some of them will l]: con (
Pabllnheti Thursdays al Homeatofcl -
construction of any library build- helve apart from the book of tk Homestead Leader: out on the Nato l1h'h"II...
South Dodo
the Publishing
flu., by -
leg, the mpfrttelon. rare and custody city or town library. and every the law and the Mglm > uuti i
Co In a few week now oar streets day'to
amends. rooms or bulldkngicatructd. such private or associate library or j !' epeed But wp should .ir|,
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HI N AucninM ..__.___...!:dIeor leased or wt ap.rttIN' other property *o deposited In any will b* fitted again with children with caution and care. Th,. life ,
the public! Htmiy while at placed or on their way to echool Many of chill
purpnuo a constrains
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Shattered second cbu mMIri section IK / N provide that "all remain, Hall be subject toll* and the little one will be gloat to I Misery year tt *read of the ,den '

dole It, IIM at the past offlo* al law invoked or collected and all reading. within the library room school far tile first time' or little, children noting oiMt

UnunUad tin, nailer Uw act Of fund donated or In any way acquired without charge by any pareon and treed or highway We m.iv h_.
Inhabitant of loch oily or town thing will be new to them EV"'Y'j
MtnJi t, 111.It for the ....10., maintenance the right of way. but we to n |
.. and ewWed: to the UN of the freelibrary'N will be all excited about It.
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or port of any public! Ubmry have the right to luk > a "-hl.w
do not think where they ""
a PRICE.' II." A TEAR abcJI t>* ki* fog the 6m elMMh life. when n little care and le**|
load; they do not always loek They
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library *ebifat apartbroth I peed might prevent It.
may run across the street Hi front
funds ef aU cFty. .nun: IIY .nolY
all'ether haJJ we not all
pray and ,
of our cars They may walk In drlvN
COUNCIL ACTS TO town or village. and shall be drawnupon Two little boys came Into the with-care. that our city
the streets Instead of the sidewalks may by
and paid oil by the treasurer dentlet office On said to the free from much a .
Even the older often durleg
OBSERVE STATE of such city. town or village upon. dentist. : "1 want a tooth took out ones I this school year? -f..
time* are not on guard. and dash
vouchers drawn by the president el and I don't want no gee because
1 out la front of ue unexpectedly C. N. WALKS .
the library board and authenticated I'm In a hurry.
All of ue who drive can should Homestead Fl*.. Dept :, IUU
LAW ON LIBRARY by the secretary of such board. Dentlet-"That1* a brav little a
disbursed Which Hf ......u.............. ...... .. ..-.-..
and shall not be UNd or boy t..tbII '

for any other purpose or In any Little Boy--."Show him your ;
tooth Albert*' 1.---------------
manner .
other "
(rontiuueil Vnm fax. One)
1ITI define the
M<'ndln' them off to a book ham, powers '
Hid It the money appropriated for of the library board a* follow: OTICK TO \ot'R HI *no SON: : SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY t

the purpose rune out....and l IC often "to purchase lease ground; to I wish to go out for track work

does -.he buys the matel,,l. need- erect. lean or occupy an appropriate now In order to develop a good 2 PINTS PISTACHIO OR

..it far repair with money from Mrin building or building for the physique and a. a background 39'

. pocket I urn of tough library: to appoint a for later vt.r. In high "school I 2 PINTS TUTTI FRUTTI.."......... ......

suitable librarian and aMlmanta; wish to eperlallx I
4nda the but
Phuse uf the library has been to fix their comppnatlon. and to also want (o P"PI/'fp'/ distance 1 Qt. Vanilla-l'ineapplo Brick or
. al bcl"0 the r..*ld.nt* of neighboring 39c
communities ae well| remove their appointment* at running.-Ann Ar '6r (Mich) 1 Qt. Tutti-Frulti-Vanilla Brick .........

Ifafm-Klino'. and rhe remit hue b.... pleaiur and shell hay* power to New II
Homestead establish regulationi for the gov- ALL OTHER FLAVORS, PTS. 30g<< QTS. 60c '
10 bring trade to .1 .'
ment of such librae a* may bdeemed Tin ROMAN OF IT

would. otherwise Mra Bow Mild have gun Hawks rlmwhiTp ., neceeemry for Its preservation 'Ho you asked leraldln to marry Ice Cream Table and Curb Service

and to maintain its usefulness yout"Toi I
loaned to people from aa far northu I lOc A DISH-SUNDAES 15c
and efficiency. and to fix and but I did,,'t have any
,rrlil. and a* far south M

Key fcargo. according to the librarian Impose by general I rules penalties I luck,' I DOLLY DIMPLE ICE CHEAP! STORE

1 like mid a merchant In on. and forfeiture, for trespasses, 01 "Why dldn you tell bur. about
Injury to the Nbtary grounds,. your rich uncle?" I :
at the communities affected said
rooms, books or other property, ot I "1 did. Oeraldlne w. '.
that since the enleblUhiuont of the my aunthow" UI dowry Street! IIonut aad
failure to return hook or for
library Lla business had Buffered any I : __ ..................".._.................._..""._...?.........?.................H.'.._....._._.................
violation" of y-lawa
any or regulatfdn
a big decree by t.'*on of the ->
: and hull have And *x.rclae
fact that people from that certtmithlty -
such a* may be nec**<

IH liomeetead did a "lot hrn of they thdlr" aary to carry out the spirit add Intent : )

bUtl"j of the law In establishing and
nook frem the Homestead RED
maintaining a public library and CROSS"
Mrs, How Ma repeatedly irked reading room."

for o.Ubll.hui,,nt of a library i Section Ills provide that the

Heard, and .he la elated at the library shall be 'forever free tithe Drug

,*<*HI>efl of having' five peraone use of the Inhabitant of the i

when*, sole official duty will be to thy or tt.....", *ub;.et ?sways t d : HI K. 'IAOI.1-I\ $T MtAMt PHONE 1-1191 '!
the interests ot the IIbt -
the reasonable regulatlonk *f the

.ry, library board The librarian "maj : CUT-PRICE AND ONE-CENT SALE '

mi e state haw .which (Jit ell* ...riotte from the vast of the library

ebefrv In mafntatntn* its and reading room any person wh 1'rt'YIJ., iiui .'11..-.. by Registered .l'nuuiHtMaII OnU-r.-A.hl 10%" for pottage" and flocking I II

public library I* eel forth In the hall wilfully violate or refuse to I .

f slowing excerpts: comply with rule and regulatloniet I SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT .

section II7, providing for the bllehed for the governmenlthereof '

ittabllnhnuint and maintenance oft : persons *o excluded may Double Value for Your Cash Brlrttf a Friend-Share the Savings! .

. municipal library, states; that appeal to the library board" I' BELOW ARE A FEW: U.' TilE UAKQ1: ;

iltrr majority of the regMeredYoteri Section 1111 etate that the ,
I 10. Kirk' Ha.d..t" Am" .I 'or fie .1.00 Rotrh'n'a Malted Milk ... 1 for '1.01 '
of mh city or town shall library board shad on or before the
i ".00 Sir. 1'mrny's aloe Pleetllo. oath
hive voted In favor of ratabllehlng second Monday In June In each i Wits' .. .., ...... ......... for '1.01 1..1. ColPenns. A perfect and ;
i llbrury. the council ehall eetabHiH year make a report u> the city 01 i A'I' T' Thew .h s are nerds f.01l111.1 t'In'snsing or onh Full
I : :ebk : Imnuad twrta. Regular 76.-. ?fats, w.
of hseof ht'R
the east, mid may lr\ya tax town council of the condition 0( M.wr't grerW two for .... .... ...................... 7Ol'
ge'ntdn a .tlrln oIIIlIInablo. iii"
Of not more than two mills on the heir trust; "on the tint day In I fits of hell mblcly. . .. t for Sir AntlwlNhle'' III..... hot I"' An am'eo'ahle
dollar annually to be levied and June In inch showing all U" Ituhb/rag Altrlwl, I'hlla I for Safe aot.w'Idk- solution fat mouth. mote 3
nlli. led In like iinninvr u any I nimey: rtci Vt'd':::expended: th< I f I"'I'''''''' A e'''emm ell ....."' 1"..... and thrust ballhnen htoa't't bill"n.

other imams or Mid city or town numher of books find periodical Isutes life hale Net$ and ,h_,. skin "\1101111, damlruft. after
I' Itcgniar ask'. 1111. sate ... ...2 for IIr- -h..hllC. red Id Ix known too the 'Library ,ii hand; near* '>)sons and currvniIllfralure t ,
; '
1'kill deV : subst ylbed for or donate"
'. tlon 1117 protldin that the ,
to reading room department
., I' lose {'.....III.I.,1 Cathartic fills I .. I ro'fIco' tar (iemtlcidnl tbsn .. .............. ...2 for lake
whin any ell or town council the number Of books and period Poe 1'0'1M1. Tables .. I for 'Ito Ilk' Tread Eaov: Ftat Powder ... 1 for IIIk ,

hull have derided by ordlnnilco to ,ale ordered by purchase gift 01 I I 1844 Mote IIIIIt .bh-l. . 1 her Ilk' III'" ikahy Talcum .. .... .......... .... far tk''I
establish and maintain a public obtained during th. year, and thi. .' I 9844 Kahn lb.gth Myn.p g for see 10 l'elnndlve Mbamn twat .. .5 for alt
library and trading room, they I{ number lout or miming, the number $1.00 1'.d. lYantnutl Fxlrett; ;: : A fnr'i1.01 gaeL/nc Mlearste ...:..:: : ::: 9 fur Sisk'I
I .'I I 1>410' More Thrrkst Gargle S fop, ale Ilk (ilveerine It Rome Water ...... f for Ilk'
hall fleet a |lbrir>' board to consist I of visitors attending the number Side 1at.lhe ('<>1,. lase'uk'0 9 for "" the Itchy ntl.h tlaslf0 .. ........ .. .. fur 10t,
of five dliecl<.r., lu be chosen of and rhnnM>tr of books'I ".IHI Cold Liver 1)14 II ns. .1 for '1.0' :Ilk! 'hangs 11I',1&' T.'III1L.. .... II for :20eMM

from the ilttarne at large, ef which l loaned or Issued, with ouch stall I P 11111.11& I fur air 51,00 tjuulne TIH.k' .. ..... ... II for 11.01
long, Analaesle llama, f for ale Ilk' ( Beaus.tag ('r44mm for al"
baird neither Vie mayor nor any Uc> tnformatk" And suggestion I 01.00 \\-1'; ; : ,. : : ;
.. Ilerf. Inn anti .. for 51.111 Ilion Conga flutter ..IIn..iii..:. .. for ale
member of Ike city "r town council a* they may deem of general Intereel 111Io .'a""I1' N 1lrh 11.1 Ratio. .. 9 for gate '1.110 icier au". nltlll NlIIII '....... ,2 for IllIt

hall b* a IMmlwr, I'ueh dlrrrtora *r as the city or town'cou'nclmay 1: a s.'are'as Alum"ri ': ': Mr Ole elk Tn.t' loath Sells .. S for &to
first elected ahali hold their office require. which report shall be but, 1'la'rry 1 lark :i"II"P : .: for ago gar 'lee Joe Talcum Pmteler .:....v.,.. .t for Ile
gar .Yaw (bIhMW ... ., .. .. I for list' ".09 Itmnelunw Paro Ultra Oil (caste.aO ,
one for the term of one verified by afflMVlt of the propel /. loynar.tle Toggle .. .. .2 for Deal hhamiokt ::1 ten' $1.01
year one for the terra of two Officer of Mid board" Eye: sloth ..... ... .:... .:..1 for Pie //lilt Plnamd's: : t:Ilar Tate .:::::":-: 2 few Ill'

years, one for the term of three ,Portion lilt provide thai an], ..... lImp 9,11"11I1,1111. Gaup, 1 fur 'I.ot IS: Jtrgen's Toilet Soap .... ... 1 far live
balk for the term of four bylaw regulation ,tabllh I ter White hk.tnorme 1 for ale lie Ja'tgrn's tooth TahlMu .. fur lose
years, or :
$1.00 Mineral Oil ... :. :. :: ,i for $1.01 gatly.r kips Tsi"ant i'uwdtr' : : ,J for 2-
year, and one for the term M five bg the library board may bi I ask1 atatl.e I for she lion .... for all'
('rid Cre'een
years, froth the first day of July mended by the reunrll. boo whale ..': -IIn. h. lllenth. .: .' Mr ato elk' N :::11 trufliol: dreg ('Wen1"::'::: .. .. '' for sit

following their appointment and section lilt itrovhle* that pen- 3Ye Zino Oxide Ointrm.ut .... IS for lie 11.011 lbty's Mme 1..1. (lnmmnnet 1 for 11.01

on. director thall be chosen anfnuallr all!" impoaed for Violation of the
thereafter for the term of library board rule my b* recovered DRUGS

five Sad In of vecan- by civil action before a.],, !en IMorkv Ari" 1- r .1 fur too the Tincture l"tltntl .. ........_........ t for 400
raae .
year lOt .'H'ems Dt Tartar ...
1 for ale eat Exlrat: Witch Heel IIe I far ale
tilia by realgnailon removal or olh.ciee justice of the peacetectlon the Eymamn: Malt .
I for .Ik' alb Merruro,(' '''",", 1I..I"tlon .1 for 20cIlk.
. the council shall fill such till provide that dons, Henna Leases ...... 1 for tie 180 1t'h"IIt i oa.Ita ...... .. ... ........ .S for line
vacancy for the anexplred term. lions of land or money made U ten' (,,_toe nil I- ... ... 1 for top tar "u"oI.'r ".... "..... .. ..... .. ... ..... S for tar
veelrcIn I l\n Camphorated. tit) .. t 't" Is.lien Tennis ltn.'t: ........_.. .... ... 2 few Ile
and no director hall receive any the library shall have .. giblpNrit ........... ".. ... I for IIII' nor Milk o' Meunrsb .. ...._ ........... I for lie
pal or compensation far any service the library beard and their *uccM

tendered aa a member of witch .r* In office to bold m host t<'I I CUT PRICE ITEMS

board, and such director shall the uae of the puhll library tx MUAriMlrally: 8IUI1(..: nA'UI'C I"" I"I...Si lilt HOT I.t 'X1f hit-

give ouch bond fa the council may ...111 the donation I* made 'I drMmeil "' "lUllht.""" ManiKw'lti A roomy 1III..1t.1'r.....t. pomplPle "
: a varlrly nf | c khi MrrhmrHI mMlra to till
bottle. Kpprbil
that thi varoum
fettle lilt
Duck dors shall Immediately provide
rHulro. be ....mpl'rom t I rlrrt from, Priced at "tl.M to tS.4t axleplot .. .."..... .... ... ... .. ..,ll.9
after their. appointment. library property shall FISHING TArKIJIWlt_ : ; :

mist and orginlao by e k< tlng one execution find taxationSection HI** ll .._rtnUm-d In 011.. grren. 1.- ...) tlT GrNlltK THI-HMOH BOTTLE"w

ot their number president. andmuch 111 "al' that the II,. pn* l IItO o HCHIMtlOlir titarirrriiio
other officer, a* may be bury board "ahall have power t( \\ heavy 11..1 bmw-.Ihrm Myles tn towapenal Metric Intel ..... ... ..... .... II.IA|
nocoaiwryThree. authorlx any circulating library IPC* from 51se -IMMIM Betsy Hum Iron ... .t i
of such board hall be A reading matter or Work ot art 01 f i NEW IMPROVED IIONARI'1t OITIXO" JKJ tmuHl ulvrmil Iron .....:.:::::: :::., : M:::

tIM 1146-paumnd "lonanh. .. "", Iron ,, tl*"
quorum They ihJlV have power to any privet perm>n, association *i r "

make and) adopt each .,-..... corporation to be deposited in the SPECIALS FROM OUR GIFT DEPARTMENT

rvUo and regumtlona. for their own public library rooms, I* b.- drawl I rl
guidance. And for the government or used Outside of the room. only IT Inches IHith with It-lm-h narchmpnlMk Upml-porcrteln. 111.1...-.. rtlaniptpr...OPrmnnMlver

01 the library and reading room .o payment ef such feee or wemkenklp .-..-. brows aiMl vrreei > _tl... r au'"- a* orparatlaa or .-*.. I' IMMlPAINTIUMany : UL\'t.'T: P.+tItI.M-: BED 1.AMPt.-
M they may doom expedient lie I brMiilful |ilil...... amt dIoooIa- tit .... Milk ,......,1 elm,1p .11k! anil II'*
> < to the aiiporvlalon and control item owning name may requlra : lit forms, ,980 Mr\: Mil TKAln.

of the flw .r fawn eouttfll and .wall* May be removed by Ik* own j Mil.'!)' HAND NIIItIOlire- Novel "' -....n -- iipntPd and aliigl ""'t......
Mi meonaltnt wash law, They *r Ib.reo.t plvHetir but thi, >**,'h petal backsgold decorated one olea and .netal din to OOe

Name beer lcliwlv.a foxtrot .f ..- book or reading matter ao de ions

F '' L: ::: ':r '\f'" "" _.." f'J 'j' .. 'II '

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Thursday, SeAt er 4, 1380 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER P&P Five '

WHEN AMOS MA Kit UX ertlon to aoiDMhlBc. Rtartta, that I: Ha* your wife made home l lkp-

ROYAL CHATTER While patching' the roof of his In a rourt roonthe other day. moat deal with severely. in plot. since she went to conking
! from theLION'S afraid a4 1 feel school!"
house In RedJand this morning 3.A Judge While wa reproving a col- very
CLUB on this wbjoct." Much happier" declared Sir I
" Doper tell to the ground and end man for \IMeI'I.bI his. wIM.aad ">>.to...., you lent knew I Ue.kton. We habMk. IesOhedto ,
br "k* his arm. Doth bone In the dwelt at great length hi the' that s0rnlau. I .t ao a Htau. .'aln. simple T .-

as... .. left arm were broken. I InJwMr* bta _:M ",o!" ,. "Wife tAl j!>. 4 1l0tti/es."'d+st. C-W'I tkaaaet f1IeI.W..nftlwo.t! ,

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c. W. ulberteon was elected ........... ... .. ...,,;. .. -. ...

Wet vhm.prealoVnt of till Homestead

Uota Club anfe George W
Turner, Jr., was elected *g mivloe
-preeldent of the club at a
meeting of 'he Mara *t director*.
:following the stub YunCheon Tuesday .
noon when Howard Johnson

who was first vlce-preeldoni re-I ..
sighed| I1n Johnson plant to ON
hate within two or 4hre wyek.
be mays for the University of UoorSi
. at.Athena where h* will work .
;' toward an M D d...,""", J
t Lion Turner spoke shortly on
1; the friUt festival )>ro.",.*. tic !
pointed out' the need of organlaa d SUN-SCORCHED
tlon and co-oi>eratlon In the how ? .
1\0 lomniltteee which are botnf
formed '
Lion W. R. Bird and Lion i N
Walker apoke an their.11,imntrfp ; t
*. Mr Bird who Mid hi Dad

," nift with the JaeaaonUllr Mont > i
Club told of the home for crippled
children whli'rr It I* helping to support -
; '
Mr Walker, Who' also traveled
I'' up the out coast spoke about the 1T i 1
" relative prosperity t>f. other sections T
In comparison with this one. 1
Ho told about the large celery and
bed set out around Banford and
Hid that that section was abouta In heat .- t
Safety on -tesisting Cavalters
prorfperou .. .ny. He told the
club however ttyat no other Motion
.Ik gehe-as nice .e this one. .
sold at prices that defy competition
He told also about a band shell
which ho had Men at MIAMI and
"14h.10, fifed that there la a ..
movement on foot to have one i j

hero .
: < !
Lion Tamer H. O. Thurman wee :::: .
back trc"II" vacation spent In day smooth road high ,
.Georgia' HOT '
) tf ..t :
-4 _- Wrfliziitfon 'kms and you.N'' r lucky if you're not in for BALLOON 4 PLY 6 PLY -

.. Many Seedbed Fungi more erioiia'trouble than a flat. Summer

I -- roads are death on tire UNLESS 1.50=21 $ .'9you're
Oalnenvllle. Ha., Auf II.-BterIlliaton 4.5020/ 6.70 $ '$.85
riding on tires made to overcome:
of seedbeds before plantIng ; 4.5021 t5.75 9.20
mill kill many coll Inhibiting them.
1 i.00
5.00.--11 &50
fungi ouch aa those causing damp.i
Int-off ot peppers, eggplants, and Goodrich made Cavaliers for that'pur.pote. 5.00-20 8.70 11.33

tther oeedllnsa .,.Ir -.r.m of cab-I Made them extra sturdy, extra tough. 5.00.--21 9.00
bait. and other plant diseases. acorAInc i
(. to Dr. X.>. V .Vfberi aeooelatl Gave Vrr hutifae&a in kvny *ul ..\iftd 6.00-20 ,12.70 14.70

+Jpluot patliolMfelNt M rtie' Florida the tr fhjtn' to Aand uptmder Ugh vpVe cia, 6.00-21 13.05 15.20 ::

The pVrtment'torclnv of Station live eWln Into bad roadi, ,' tfick atop knd *'& the otHkt HIGH PRESSURE

the Bob tt the beat etrtWaatlo. (,unishntteltidwdern; tire mfeet. 30x3'/ ...................... ............$5.20

'tt01tlflt'he+netve. requiting prtc w a 1k Wekm'racier' boner aVJx And yek .o klieve +t* (dot,i thee tiM 30x3 Vz; Giant ..........................$$5.30

and a large pan to invert ever the coot less than Urea of just ordinary quality. 32x4 ........... ............ ...............$9-93
aoll A cheaper and quite lattofaaoiV *
. \ tnettKM' ta tht tike .f futillrhlielhyde. 1mey'Y'e ''lt 146 vJej y'Mmtkilih' 1.s\t eM

One gallon ahould be thor-i 'catalogue ho ka. You won't find lower
jDur/hrr mixed In (( gallon of
water. and one halt gallon of the prices anywhere on tires you can trust

'mixture applied to each square and as for quality see that name"Goodrichl"
foot of lOll, previously wall Ioo.
That's the .
ened The application should be strongest guarantee
made slowly, and It Vdvliublo, to of value you can get anywhere
spade the nott over .. the solution
Come in. we have Cavaliers.
la applied. TMe,ton ahotild then be
covered with some disinfected an- in all sizes for passenger cars '
>ai or burlap, and left for 14hnura
and four sizes for trucks.
It should then be stirred
with disinfected tools, and the :..-'. j
seed may be planted after la day,
tie explained.
Certain Method 'Of fcoTitng or
boiling the veil, or udne other ,
chemical may be advantageous .
under certain condition' but under
thoM generally minting h(< advised
formaldehyde traitmrnt



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Pare Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, September 4, 1930 _

_..,-,-"._ -,- ,Satt ry D. MS Coast Artillery
for Redlund where they will spend
I I' FLORIDA CITY Corps of the Florida National
two week with tbelr mother Mr
I L. O. Ruggl ...,...rswr.M.w wwM1w. auwe.w.wMr. Quard
In and Around and Mrs. E. J. Rhode are --.-
I Mr. and Mr. Wm Meyer celebrated
The Rev O Tom Wet 1* la spsndlflg the week In Little River
MontgomeryAla.., at the horn of wMh their ion. Will who came their wedding annUtraaryFriday
i mm .r item auadAMr by attending a Miami thea ?
a ion, H Q West, recovering from
tre. Their daughter, Bonnie Bell.
Homestead I all operation performed a month and MY J. M. Odbbln 'It'll. *,ty-
ago. *. J H Omen *** Vt a* to *
the Fidelity club at bar home or'. mother accompanied them.

Mr. and Mr*. George Fuller were Tuesday.
Mr* W. E. Maoomber, Mr. Mae
11, r*. Preston L*1 of Qould 'd, >>,t. seek Mr. Horace 0 Thurtfian -! In Homestead 'fv e dsr night Tb>.1 Mr. and Mn John W. Atkln of Bchweltur and Mr. and Mn R.
were .**.mpailf. t>y their daughter
taken t* a specialist In Miami M4 Mil McConnell returned i Key West and their daughter and W Mullln were buctoeuliltor*
Sunday night from the Hunt hospital flettday night from a trip of nve Nelll.Mr, Batty. 11'1101Iltlnr Mary Mo-l, felt art living in the Bllvernan, In Miami Frtd.y fcflh Alice *it- {'
when ehe had been .me*' >ai weeks to Edison 'da.. and other place watt their own house en, comber vho U 'attending tohool ''la
Thursday noon. IKirnte.Mr j AVUpado drive I* being built. ,The Miami returned with her mother to
Cheater Redd and daughterMarjorle ,
children will attend Homestead peril the week-end and Labor t>a y
returned Wedneaday!
S. Mark and Mr*. A. Honcfcvtt* and Mr*. John Graves left from Alken, B C, wlier* they vu. High' School this yekr horn ,
Of Tampa arrived Monday t* apetideveral 1 Wednesday after a stay of a few tied relative I -- t't'd :
daya with their I brother day with Mr. Crave1 parent,I ---- The :Rev and Mr. J W. Johnson Milo Robert Qrleebach was hOlt. -
and eliter.In.law. Mr. and HT*.i Mr and Mrs Pester Bmlth and I FrancuKO Flelta left Wednesday be** returned from a two.months ..* to member of the Missionary '
Herman Marka of Vhl. I. city Mr. Grave brother-fa and 1 for Key Wen where be will vacation spent In the' -North. Society and Ladle Aid of the
Inter, Mr. and Mr*. O. J. Hackler spend about a week. Community Church, o> bar'4u>m*- '
I Mr. and Mri/fred TIenn, Wednesday liitereRtlng 4
Allen Veal left Sunday for Hal "
'landal where b. will spend two i Mr. and Mrs George E. Parker on, William J\f: .nd 1\.11'1 part of th.1..rlltli wad a, ;
Mr. and Mr. Charge Footer ., Jo*. Donne fat women et foreign ceuiw "'," ,
v.*k.> vu.Uontrh hi! lucent, and children who have been visiting t paper on !
start ad for .New Torlc Shirley Dean, pt fi>7"8 a-fl. tiles.. Mr. J M.' '. -
Mr ana )IN. Y. H Neat. Redland ; Mr*!". Fred W. Kuhn left for by
Saturday; by ca', .,; their hdni' In Winter Park today Monday a. the pesitlt eOf-flnnlng' Other prevent .libblft.. Lu tit and Mra Lester' Lawrence "' '''. '" I trip mad by the mea elk the puf- Clinton, Mr*. J. .. Jl. '.

4, a: their two children returned : tot and Mr*. D. 'B. Clapp or Mr.'and Mr. George Parker and', ty. W. Mullln, Mm Wm. Mate Wer,
I Ida) nom Oamaecu Oa Mr. I Pal m Boer 6 spent Sunday with 1 sons and Mn Fred Kuhn and I Mr. John Rohrer Mr David Husband .
'non n. ,. and th* children pent Mr Chews parent Kir and Mn family spent Sunday at Tahiti I Everett Severy returned to Miami Mr*. E. M. Brandrud, Mr*.
van Works there visiting relaw ,I. D. Clapp. Beach Tuesday morning after visiting J. 8. Grave Mr. Wlllard W 8 ,, Mr IJiw,'enttook them to I several day wIth his father, J. cry Mr*. Roy Chandler Mr*. E. J
Mrs. And A.. Sev r). following the breakingup Barnes! Mr.. Jo*. Rusted and MIaII
'nmm us then returned to Horn* Jtto Margaret Irwin and Mr*. Mr. and Ernest Shy
I cad to complete hi. work a* taxMeoi M. T. Hunt and sob. Hobble, .f daughter. Laverne, who have been : of the National Guard camp at: May Roblnaon.
for this year H* remained JaAlonvlll left Tuesday. after vlsltlug Mr*. Eb,'. parent, Mr Fort Barranca where he bad spent "
,ore until the council had accept. pending the week-end with Mia and Mr*. & H. Fitch. and Mr. fifteen day*. II* If a member of I Mr and Mr*. Roy Chandler entertained :

a the assessment then h* went frwtn parent, Mr. and Mr*. Jto bys mother and uncle, Mr. J. a group of frleno at I e
ack 1* Damascus and ipent 'tw* tt''+ttn. Mine Irwin ha a poiltloa C. Eby and Lincoln Brown planto L. HTobaon While en route from I pinochle at their borne Thursday
reek before bringing the family In a Jacksonville beauty par- leave Saturday for their home Portland Me, where he had been : evening Later the hoiteu "*tted -
''ick homo Mr In Covlngton, X,. far a month to Baa Salvador I by Mr*. Willard W flevery tervd -
where h* la field manager for the' Ice cream and etke
Mr. And Mr. R. F. Olerech of Mr. and Mr*. U 6 French re- Mra W D. Johnston and none Of Pan-American Airway j The guests werei ... and 'erat tables. their 'daughter. Brl.j ttrrmd Friday from 'berth Florida Columbus, Mil, left for their 1 Meyer, Mr and Mr*. Lloyd K .
both Mod Helen arfd Mr. QleYicVilother wheri'they have been for the part home Saturday after a It.day visIt Charles Steffanl underwent a, Delta- Mr. and Mr*. Beverr, Mr. I, .
M,.. Dean of Washington, four or five week. here with Mr. and Mrs. 'George hitnor Operation st the Bunt lio*-I and Mr.. Harold Sheffield, MUM' }:
C.. here guests of Mr. And Mr.. Wright pltal Wedneaday ; Mays Robinson and Charles Clinton -
B. Irwln Sunday afternoon j jMr A boy weighing seven" and on- ......... r;'
fourth pound wa born at 11 Mr. J. 8 Walton of South Miami Little Ruth Rutland has been
and Mr. O. IV Drlgger and "clock this morning to the Rev spent the week.end with Mr. lick for Several day this week,
,ghtr left Wednesday to spend and Mrs J. W. Croaeman of and.Mr*. C. O. Robertson.
John! D. Tower M. D. rI
'YII w daka letting" In Collins, Oa.fd ., Homeiteadktn. Miss Ulllaa Brow U spending ,
other point In that itat Mr. and Mrs. Isaaa Newbery of 'th* week with king Diary Tower at
'O R. Brown and daughter, Arlington, da- announce the birth Miami Beach The school at Ja*." X-RAY :
''.fj. I. Print with hI. daughter Mine France, plan to leav* either of an .1.ven-poun4 left >*. AogI per In which Mis. Brown infects I mom t*.
Fir* fan Baker, and grafiiik Friday or Saturday for McDon-, II* hat been named Jesse, Jr to teach 11'11not\ open until the I l
< ,,hUr, Doll Baker, left early fngti 6*? ripen" Mr*. Brown will Mrs. Nwberry before her wrat'rlase end of 05o month '..
"Lnday rooming for Pttrolt where veins about fen daV. with her wag miss Genie Rice. "
!.g-"i&. to cull for Mr. Price' father. Judge A. O Harrl*. Ml**
\*h with little Alfred Baker, I* I Brown will go from Vhero to Milledgevfll Mine Marianna Taylor 'tiah beers DR.M.D.HARTMANPhysician
iellng another daughter tb....*. where .h. will enter the the guest of Miss Alice Hobson
----.... GHoYgla Stale College for Women. this week. and SurgeonOffice
Mr, rind Mr. 8. F. Matthew hadu Hours 10 to 11 a, m.; I fb 4 and t to I p. m. It-
thengueat. Sunday Mr, and HtM tarWttn' Andenon who had Robert C. Hobson Wednesday Telephone 537WHOIIESTF.AD ,

Mr Harry OaypMol and Mr. B. her tonsils removed -at the Jack and Thursday! of but week PICliiiiwifiiioinrai"
Weed and children. Jack and i W Memorial ho.prtal la Miami with his parenta )lr. and Mr, *. R.
Helen all of Miami Tuesday returned home Wednesday
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Mn tt M Oppenhelmer and 10 -
hlldreft. returned Monday evening W. V Went of Montgomery, Ala.. | NAPOLEON BONAPARTE :'
front Delaware. arrived 'Wednesday t* spend *evvr -

\!l day with his brother and S3 "M, maxim ha* always been ==
.. F Matthew. made a business liter'In.law. Mr. and Mra. George == career open to talent lt'V6irt' din- C I
trip to Coral Gables Tuesday and We* Unction of birth."
spent the day with Mr and Vn.W ;
0 Marks.! I Mia* Helen Hawley who I* the ; H Our professional services are held in high esteem j

Mr. Margant B Timelier bai assistant of manager the Pictorial of the Review Brookl'll4Ittko and H by those who have observed our intelligent, coul'a:

loved Into the W. B Flown I her brother Cheater Hawley, who '.= teous, helpful conduct.Turner's ,
,apartment near th* grammar has been wiling the magazine In '
'hool New York Hate will start Sunday S3

| Funeral Home

'i w Annie Fitzpatrick FLORIDA IICEM-.CO t. '
Mayhew :::: EUBtLMER NO, $7e Aug, 14, 1709y"2 =
Graduate Obrrlm {lonnrrvMory ami Royal Conwrvhtnry of IrrptlgL 14-Hour Ambulance StnlivS = >

Flowers BKljt, Homestead hone 504-II Any or Night

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Southern Brothers Business University I'I

lake Over New QuartersSouthern NOTICE ,I t

Brothers Have ,the Largest Enroll Notice is hereby given to all persona having claims -

ment of High School Graduates In the .of any kind or nature against the Bank of Homestead, of ,

History of the, School 5 Homestead, Florida, that unless such: claims are present

ed to the Liquidator of said Bank within twelve months '
Duo to the enormous Increase, this school has found Itn
-, e vary U take ever the balance of the Town key building glv' i S from the date of this notice, same will be forever barred ==
lot the school approximately ten thousand feet ef floor epecvKvery '-'
under the provisions of Chapter 7935 Laws of Florida.
Individual ,
student ta being eaulpped: with an mnhoS-
any dealt and the school has purchased new typewriters i You will present all claim to the undersigned Li ui* ;,
,f additional furniture and equipment The remodeling and repairing -
will t>" completed by AU'fult' \b HI ithkh tln. M"I'TH- dator at Homestead, Florida. 5
FUN nRClTHFR will hate the finest "'quipped IW.SlNt.uatNlVKKKITT
throughout Iti' entire Houlh Students Inter
.,:it d to thl* field nlll ploaee trir In mint that this Business E. DUNCAN, >
< 1' ralty haa an entire college faculty, and students ore" trrat: '
4 i: an Individual malt rather then class, unit dot Tilt KN Liquidator Bank of Homestead. =
BROTHERS hi>"e plated alt their gradnatn and Mr Southern. .
w uM like to nrg personally. that every boy and girl Inter* *t<-dIn Homestead Florida 5
a good position this winter would arrant to visit the whoolimmedlafely ,
and have a penronal Interview with aim 5 July 15th, 1930. 53
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(September, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD .LEA D E It' Page, Nine .

How Texaco Aviator ShatteredTranscontinental PRINCETON [and other place* In Qeorgta.I LIBRARY NOTES !

It Air Records I I eiMISS ;ylv l Jt..fMi"t ai"i I>Mr tit*lit Annie the horn W. Chubb of her I.*.cr\thMII-1 I-.--... .... i I <

In CM Orange and MN "alellerfo.t Miss Martanna Taylorilwrfe to \
B. Cbubb. In \
: t will teach at Caaal Pont of the municipal library o*
New fit, September 4-- ofea aervWe for the tranetlol'tltlon I I ...
this 1'. TlKNay and Wetoiaday this wee|.
righting Stormy weather duringa of unusually valuable mall and t -
: MM wa* an ainHtant at tile *-
great part of the dMance between .cargo such aa securities, budneM H A, Mom-ley ecr'ouel3 l 111 at \
I New York City and Los Angeles paper and other article on whloh Miss Sarah Headoreon who has his home went of Would., rary befOre k.vtBaj fOr the Klorldk (
California, Captain Frank M. there la a premium for exwcdy Mea pending the0 wmiiMr In Butte College rr Women to itudjr

HB"k..., In his Travelalr mystery I movement Whit Bvrlara. with her aunt, Mr*, I Mr.. L. C. Smith bl on an extenalve library work. \
ship. Texaco II, shattered all east Captain Has kt In one of the beet C. L. Frailer, baa gene to F.mt -o Plait wUkr relative In !>*- The Literary Guild election' for

to welt truIICOnU".tat speed known filet In North A merle*. pan visit the Mteeea Violet BidfnaiMt trott, Bay City, Mich., and C'olllm.1 I September la "Edwardian by V.

record August (, by the genet"QU H. aaw *ervkM with the United Ualne Mr*. Headereonexpect bas. O. Backvllle-Weet i
margin qf I hours and ID minute State Air floppies during the to to la Pompano Friday s_
.. His time was U hours and 10 World War sad has alno been I* bring her home.Mr I AYURDINQ TO imic I
minute at compared to tile PMlout conspicuously active In commercial. )tn. Miller'-"Doeen't your husband Bill\ -''How mull tor trawler" (
\ record M 11 hour and 40 aviation! both In the United State *. Start Delaney and family like oataT" Insurance 1mm New York to Trie-
minute and Ixlco. Since and )Ira. Massey returned toPrinceton
HIT. I' -
SuperIntendent Co T" -
Mrs. Nul..r-"I should notHe
::1, Captain Un'kl averaged approximately of the aviation division Sunday after spendinglast says I feed all the stray cat Ticket .nl-1'"o dollar by
lOll mile hour of the Texas Company, h* ha. : week at tin Massey cottage '
per In the neighborhood, Wojp't you the wax <>' Memphla and one hundred
while In thw air, having mad five mad a series. of Internationally t Pompano Beach I stay and have tr.."" National and ",ighten by the way or
f Mope for refueling purposes at famous flight culminating last Farm Journal Chicago Arlaon
Columbus, tMo St. Louis. MO.. April In his glider flight, the first Mrs William Woedaon who wee
Wichita, Kansas. Albuquerque. Of its kind attempted between Ban'a medical patient at the Hunt ho*,

I' New Mexico and tclngman, Aril. t>l..(o, Cal.. and New York, wh- nh Vital left for tin horn la Pjlnce-

: This In itself was a tribute to the woe lowed behind a powered ton Saturday,

j complete network of Texaco *prvfacllltle airplane. Thin flight was completed r--
W. B. McYlckitr who ll en the
lee which reach front In one week Captain Hawk
arriving almost on the minute In Medffy. inspection force In Fort Kltt.KIII'j
count to coeet At the de lghatd. ;
I. airport. a Texaco crew eagerly Van Cortlandt Park where. he was Pierce *pen| Sunday and Monday
? with his her .
{ enthusiastically received. *
awaited the daring alrman'a arrival
I giving him and his aerial Earlier In February of lilt and.
MUM Ilar,1I Hendonon l I. visiting
In his swift Lockheed monoplane
teed replenishment smacking of
I' her aunt Mr*. Nannie Fraaler In
the day of the pony.press. The "Texaco Number I, he loweredthe 'j'jI
Whit SprintFlu..
) efficiency of their Work' throughout non-Mop tranlK'ontinenlalI.p..d
4e exemplified Inthe fact that record by I) minute In flyIng I
I Mr. and Mr C. X Ch.mbn.
from Los Angeles to New YorkIn
'apt. Hiwki Jwtat his own oil-
i: mated tulle ;tl houn 1 In pile of 11 hour and 11 Inlnutee. On are In Buwanw, Ga., near Atlanta

I adverse weather condition He June 17, ut, over a 1700-mile where they were called by the 111- I
I transcontinental rout, h flew net of Mr., Chamber mother,
, stated that he held the ship at an *
average altitude of 8,000 feet but non-atop from New York to Lee: W. L Chamber I* looking after Finer Tires-Greater
Went UU to 14,000 feet at one time Angeles In It hetlr and ten mitt the business whit they are away I ': '

and a* low a* 1,000 feet while In urea, bettering the beat previous
search of more favorable wind time then by five hours and 4( Site A. W. McVlcker and granddaughter Values-Low 1930 Prices
I minute. The following day Ire Colleen, have returned
Following his arrival/ In Los I I t
returned to New York in IT hour from a els-week* visit la Atlantastore
Angeles Capt. Hawk Mated that
he Intended to attempt the went I and II minute. Improving his *wh I Anyone can afford Goodyears 1 I

to east record a* soon aa weather: February record by 44 minute, remedlet It
; permit. I'and establishing third mark then I "The leave of the spearmint Tke ellf ereac* it uric between the cheap.
C., tetalli on the special air-cooled of It hours and 41 minutes for : plant are known to .Im..t all who .at tin rOil can bur and Qoodveara la I-

motor and on the construction of i[ round-trip, one atop flight of ro Into the field." Save Mr. Hunt. I I than ever this *ea on--WHILE DIFFER i
the new mystery plane hove been. 'f 11400 mile*. "When the Ivy poisoning appear o ENCES IN QUALITY HAVE CROWN I II
given out by the Texas Companyand i .r oven after the bltaier* have, EVEN GREATER.: Teem lie amazed how
:" reveal several new development .' Methods formed the application of the Juice easily you can now afford the world" beat

In engine and plan build- Suggests of by rubbing the parts with the, tin*. Don't rlak It OB cheap rubber any
Inc. I Treating; "the Ivy"Now { spearmint leave will be found to Isnjert t
relieve the condition at one, probably -
Pessimist supplied by a Wright I,
Whirlwind J..' within a mwinwr-T" km nil'
IGG.hor..po.'el''peclal bIn
that the, Vacation season
racing engine. Cooling I usually uceptlbl to11.* poisonIng e' 'ii1Y fb/"nnd
full awing million of peopleare gA e
fin have also been. placed on the going Into the wocwtaand,field. but. find spearmint 1* the real

redesigned cylinder head and upon I Many of these are subject to the In-1 I rood '. Lifetime Curaaleecl-FtaU OveralleBetlor
the park plug special spark;' faction of potion Ivy, the American -I Guaranteed
to Steel high' steed makes
plugs for supercharged englnee are Gain* Protective AaatoctaftonI
lined. An entirely new resign of point out. It suggests. the I TIMRepairing *4.5* sect
rocker hot has been Incorporated I I llng method of treatment: fOIlO.//! TAHITI BEACH 2 9x1.76 .. .91.91:
... ,
r In the engine, containing a heavy I I If you believe you have ixonii' it* onl
f na-H, D. .atu.ia
oil-soaked, felt IIllnJJ Insure Ivy," ue a curative at tnce. WashIng .
j I (CORAL GABLES) Tube also |>1'11..1! low.Central
thorough lubrloallon to the valve I with strong laundry soap la reported -
Special rates for Daily of SO
action. a* being an excellent pre
I I or more batlirr" ISo eeirh.1'ablce .
The "Texaco Number II" itself ventive. rll....., bath houiafiw.
carries an engine cowling developed Redness, Itching or bit.tore on I .
by the National Advisory I the akin will evidence that the Infection PICNIC PARTIES Guaranteed Tire Repairing-Phtjnc 523-J

Committee on Aeronautic, which has taken hold. One good 1
give the craft a speed. increase of i cure la to paint otfh* affected partwith BATHING

about thirty mile an hour while a tincture I Iron A aolutlonof DANCINGPHONE Station"RED"
tk* cockpit *"Hn, and wlndhli potaaaluht permanganate I I. useful ''
>.ld, 111'11are In combination and can b* used In the tame

were t a .designed by Captain i iwty. I
Jt..H. fiat another five mile* an Immediately after the Infection I
hour advantage I* obtained.The appear, It I* a good thing to THURMAN, Proprietor
windshield" may b* drawn wash the face and hand with a I
back to fit flush with" the dream- per cent. lolutlon of ferric chlorideIn E. C. CHRONISTER

'lined head-rect, providing. a perfectly a half and half mixture of alcohol Plastering Contractor' :
streamlined fuselage and and water or glycerin and
I'M B.W. IN Plate Box Ill .
far more' comfort In a' croea- water. But car* must b* taken
country flight The pilot I* not to get this preparation Into Homestead, fla.
protected from the element the eye A strong solution of ferrous I
sulphate In water may b*
and over congested airportsmay --- ------ --
push the windshield forWard used In the same way. m Semin4beatrPROGRAM

raise hi. .dJu.tablet Angler hunter and outdoor ,
and *o have Increased visibility In lover can find speedy relief from NEWT G. BALLNotary

bringing the plane to the ground. poison Ivy by applying the leave
of the spearmint plant accordingto Public ,
Captain Hawk designed bl* own
Inatryment board on ...lIlrb.re W. T. Hunt, editor and sportsman FIRE INSURANCE AND SEPT. 6.10t.TCRDAY
mounted standard Indicator of the *f Watt Cheater Pa. KINDRED LINES I
Pioneer Instrument. company, and Mr. Hunt has observed over a / HIT.Biulily 6
,; Many apeclallaed IhKtrumenu and period *t year tilt effect o| poises .LEGAL DOCXJMETM Cotta Iwvn with Joan Arthur U .
Ivy ha used spearmint leave to w nKTLY DRAWN ,
Indicator .
, Three ga* tank located between cure himself and claim It I* superior '(t K. 1 AnnE-AU. TALKING COMEDY AND TAtKAnTOON
f t* the majority ot drug-
th* engine and the cockpit carry __n Bound I IS Oood-Price It Ite and tte
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101 galluna, sufficient for a orulaIng -'I' Matinee I p. tn.bi.M .
rang of more" than TOO I
>AY ANT' Mt). I1AY. ioU""l'. f AND g I
Three pump, one run by miles, G. R. Oldendorf & Co.PLUMBING I
tor, another by gravity "TilE FORWARD PASS"With
third by hand furnish g.a
r tnglnc. The maximum tpeed I* estimated Hmutlem Falrbankit, Jr., and l.mma) Young
at. approximately ll 0 ADDKItAI.I TAI.M>0 \lr.IY
Round l. Qood-Price In lOe and >tc
t mile an hour, and from II* t* 120

for crulalnc. The ship has a wing FAMILY NIGHTS' PROGRAM
pan of I* feet and-.* 19 feet two

", Inches In overall length. Bullet- Tl'rl: .\Y Air FDIMintY: M:,..,. t AID It
" Ilk* Streamlined rover enoeae the OF ALL KINDS BIO Dot'HI.K FKATLItB PROGRAM WITHilarreKno
wheel Of the landing-gear. ly amid llr.nj Stable In

r The plan I* owned by the Texas 7 I "'SUNNY' KIES"

Company, and the projected crone- AU work
guaranteed. AIM Bob Hirrie with Louise lamia In
country flight I* sponsored by T xaeo -
a* a continuation of Its avla "NEAR THE RAlNnO\rS END"

tlon promotion work. Among other A'IIIU"-"I1J OLD MAlmilV-A MUSICAL KOVtlffTBound :
thing, the flight .if this new and Phone write or call in person ll Oood-frier I* 111o and too

terrifically t." her demonMrated r..tr.<<....the. feailbllity Number. 14 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 565-R THE WHOLE FAMILY FOR ONLY 50cThursdall

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{1'\.Il'e Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, September 4< 1930

I Social Events in South Dade .I, :

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Melvte Mallo/y were truest, of honor -
-- at a charming afternoon affair
I "! C. H. Bteffanl baa accepted made. All others who attended
... r. except
rii" im.mhcrshlp' of the lour car"I\adford. Mra. W n. Myrlck Mra. which wan given for them by M.
ti." ""- drawn and election of of. W.u.... Mr. W. J. Mehaper. Mrs. W. 1>. Duawoody ant Mr*. Walter tile position of president. of the the officers named will be re.

fh. took place al the all.day I W. T. Mcconnell Mr*. Cecil Hook H. Nekton Friday at the horn of Homestead Parenl.To cb.p ASMclat.on quired to pay eeventy.flve cent .a

B,?King or the W M. 1' of the, Mra M F. Matthew Mr. M P. the former In Porvont Mr. Car : request which day. It bas not been definitely. decided
ltni>tliM, i Church yesterday Circle"' Wollftm. ..... A. L. Zanier Mra. ney U a recent bold and Him Mallory the association decided who will attend the school
member of
Mrs. I. (. Braanpn.! Orlando .la hour from Hometad, but Mr*. V. M.
I 1. 4n > in he chosen ut thinoxt Truman Bowen of the gueetf exeoutrr
to make at the '} meeting Orenncll: M... C. T.
.if-. ma... hy each group N"m'.avi Lulu Cparkman' Terry Circle.1 Mra. Luther L. Chandler at silver which was held in the grammarschool Harper and
,rnwn frum the aerie lint:' (Circle Three) : M,.. Annie Martin Palm Howls and basket of Friday afternoon. The of Mrs, gteftanl, the now president,

not! DM Inuctlve IM toll .b* open Mr. Oearie West M.... Fred bright colored garden flowers were flee of president ha* boon. vacant will attend. There' will probably

rat .ill HIP i Ircle to work frumMi 1 i Kuhn, Mat Homor J. Davis. Mrs. I I used by the hostesses to decoratethe for some time following the ....1.. b* two othersAn

.niberahlp In the circles I Is now' Frank-fhllJs, Mr McClanahan.1Mra. rooms. nation of Mra. J. B. Tower who I appropriation of five dollar

4h tried a* follow M M. Cook, Mr. Corbet Qela| Four table of card were la wa elected" In May. Mr*. O. J. was made toward improving

Mary McTUnahan Clrrlu (Clr- er, "'ro. J. R. rhambltm, Mr. J. It. play High core prlxe at bridge Hackler who accepted the office of the junior high school (round.
.'1, On.') Mr* B. .... .'lIcb.I.... IX>rey, him D. I>. McOarraTT' Mr*. was won by Mra. Revo P. Webb Thin will be turned over to Oeo N.
secretary *t the August meeting
K'' i I. lAwrence, Mra W. B. Lewis, U A. Wine, Mr*. Dean Baxter Mrs. whllejwrond cora prlie went to canned Wakefleld the new agriculture
I la fllllnir the vacancy by
Mt* B L Hook, Br., Mr*. A, }. George Wright. | Jo,..., Frank Hauaman. Special the resignation of Mr. B 1>. Me- teacher. .

ValiMnrler )I.... I. P. MUn,I Catherine Plrkard Circle (Circle guest prize were presented to Ms. hurrah several month ago I II I I| Mrs Harper reported, that not

AllH, R Rigger 1>1.... <'.'E.! But. Four): JoI,.. J. B flats, Mr*. C. R. Carney and mine Mallory. I I The P-T. A. school of Instruction many children had responded to

let M rp. Mary Petach Mr. Vera Illgger Mr. Chnley Saunders I The guests Included: Mra. Car- at the Riverside School Tue- the dental clinic.

Collar Afro r O. Robertson, II,., { Mr*. Frank Irwin, Mr*. Grady ney, Mir Mallory 'Mr.. J. O. ,:
day anti Wednesday for principal ,I: i Present were: Mra. Harper, MrsHeckler.
I'Mtint rk-Kard, Mrs. Ida R.1 Smith Mra. J. T. Vann, Mra. Q. I.iQault. Wynn Mra Ha unman, )Ira. Carl
", cafeteria manager*, aasoctutlon ,,, Mr Arvllla Booth, Mr.
WrlKhr MnA.. A. Burry, Mrs.I Mra F. L. Mcllwaln, Mrs. linden, Mr*. Herb Webb Mr*. .
presidents and cafeteria chairmen Grennell, Mra, 3. R. Doney, Mn,
4.. ai..r. |IT. 1>. I'lche, Mn. I), I. Bowen, Frank" Webb, Mr*. Ethel Brown. ,
was discussed at the executive C. N. Walker, Mr. W. M. Bradley
N:. II Walker rtrcl (rtrrle Two):.i I Mrr II. L. Brown Mrs. Julia Polk, Mn. Harry Cooper Mr* T. J. .
meeting Friday' and an appropriation Mr, Margaret B. Rosier andMr
V<- -J A King 101.... A. 1) Hnillh- MlM Josephine Pratt. Fault, Mr*. Frank B. Rue, Mr*.
I dollar' for tuition McNelll.
j of five wa *. J A. .
Sir r A. i-ninpbell. Mrs O C.i! (Continued on Page Eleven) j haul H. Russell 101,.. LM H. Lehman -

+-- ).Ir.. Preston B. "DI.d. Mr*
I. O. O. F. AM HF.IH.KAIIS Sunday evening Thou taking part
MKIIIOIIINT; W. )(. H. 1'iAANA son, Dennis, Mr. Lehman and Luther L. Chandler, Mr* AlbertH. !
PLAY IMKXm: CNFIndoor I In the
pluylet were Marjorie Moiwr,
Ml "U''L THA IX>lt FIIIDAY children Clayton and Helen. Mrs.Fred Illnman and Mia Berth MilHaumnan
| golf furnished amusement Elizabeth Capllngcr. Maryiwlleaihb
Redd and Anna-
t'''in lot musical t take daughter I
ii n and Mary M< Nelll.
I to both the Rebekah and the
bell and Teresa. A11j. Afifll May-
the plat <>t the September social '
hew ritipa trick god daughter DINNER: PARTY MARKS : Odd Fellow at their regular meetIng I All children are Invited to attend
IT' ilng 01 the W. M. .. of the
1XHK ANNIVERSARIES: In the. I. O. O. F. hall on Mon. the league meeting.
Whit st..nM. G. Church were Louie Long, )!,.. Ftank a Rue
1 An Informal dinner party given day and Tuesday night this week.Ths i
fluid ni th.. bualnen. meeting' of and anna, HarVey and Paul, and
by him D. P. Harknen at her miniature course which contain '
Mr Hackler and son :
th' '" i I. i 1h.ld In the church .
home Sunday marked her own nine bole was laid out by the 666
T ,,ii.ij' 'vlth Mrs J. U Dullard : Lee H. Lehman will be the
next hiMitesa.Mil. birthday and that of 1\1... S. F. Odd Fellow
r. :[iuMrs.. J. 1>. Kudd wa I
Matthew hlch fell on the same
l"Art- i program chairman for: Hollof* a Headache or NeuralgiaIn
day. Two other recent annlver-
h' '- which will take Place I the
III nihiiitra checks a Cold
.n.1 arlen, the wedding anniversary of COMMUNITY MUSICALE
.v v. ,i.1 12 : PARTY IV ItrniD
lint day, and check Malaria In
1 Mr. and Mr*. I. 1). Clapp and the
{, i glut ,ight visits am three: Mr. and ).h.. Frank Reed entertained eightieth birthday |lot DelavenHaraneea A vote that member of the three)
p"'M,,,111,' i n. were mentioned l In the at their borne on Bauer were alto observed *t Junior I i' department of the Woman' B6G also in Tablets

..,. I ,.I. .,r\lre report which was drive Friday evening fn honor of the party. Pink prep myrtle and .Club of the Redland should beIsponeore ._ .. _..

a..1' .I. it thi meeting. The mom. the bltthdoly Anniversary of their white flower lent a decorative' for a musicale to be held

{M", .lira OlHcuaneo a Chrlnltna son. Wilburn and aa a farewell for touch.I shortly In the club house was

,a71. "I Robert Harrow who left Sunday I I the dinner were Mr. and"TWrr |( \>IIId.t the regular monthly WalkOverInvites
1'b. face Now Took-- {I meeting department Monday
ilovotlonal wrtlca was say.I f '" "
"app- frr "ind Mr. Matthews
ow4' I liy Mm T.. K Wright Thiheci Others present were Mr and afternoon with 1 Mr. and Mrs. Boykin .
'"'.',,.n | past 'i'hurih School 111I.. Carl Bchoaacher Mr andAlto. children, Delaven HarknuM Ianaeyend {, : ." ']

r", lilliln-n In ('ul,,, Mrs 1 Kmerltte Iiouberley, Mra. and Mr. and Mra. Ha kn.... : The biMawr, thetfclub ,which
n ,,1,. I l-. .. Klelta toil' of hr trip Hurry Bihumachnr, AIM John Wi)' bean revlntU at a previous

'ip ..1.n I and talked about the Ooodaon and son Blips Edna Ber- I mMllnV were read. and. accepted the
:..;l, .it. ,' Hh* -alii that the!1,[ neckir,* alias Irene Woodbury, Mir The Calendar::: by the member 'Mia*. Mary 8t f-1

I ,.n ,1"hlt"111'. ..... \ttry Clam M. >ullouuh Miss Ruby BlgIT. fani IlIAd Mia Ruth Btffanl whose patronageof

'.. I I.. ", ." II,.. English Ian"I. ,,Bnllon.1) .'r., Alma Oludy Reed III.... ''Iv. I ","pLTh..,. will Be a Helping name were preeented to the club

\I. ".,H I" i present weir: Mr.. Ian and,I i\tlyn Dnlllpy ,Mine. Ellxa- I!Hand .dance. In the Helping Handball for memberhip were unanimously :,

\1''', I' Miv" HulHir.l both Al Cioior. M'uea! Gladys and when the women will be admitted admitted After a short buslnee

iii, I I .II.. Mra. \! 11I.ld'l Ailu l >,.uthlt. Sllr.i>* l\!.... Vat and free. session a aortal hour was enjoyed the

M. t ft Cipllntei' ," Kruiut ThiiKanl Arles Mildred I I ""pI.Th... Y. W. A. will meet Miss Bodll KOM| and Ml* Dorothy ,

AI. Mi, III_II Andcreou. nand I Hollon boater Woodbury Norton ''with the Misses Janl and. Willa Haines who were hostesses for the RedlandDistrict

II" "".... Ira J. A 1U- Peters. HjrrtH Walk T. J. Walker, ''Belle Bowen. [ afternoon served'dually/ refreshment

t. It I hi. ,tenors! 1I'U p., oenl.I I Janice Thugaril Robert Hepburn I Sept -Mr* Selma Relt will *

Drew Hamilton Otto Derneckfr :i be hotM to the Fidelity Club at Those. present ware: Mr*. Seymour ,

1If1III (ua.ix KMitr.m: : I IiHvId Walker Frank Hnrnecker her home. Dane Mr*. Claud Haines,

N. ,rhl.tN'a AfXIUlltV Franklyn Marsh and Roland M<*l Sept. 10-Mr*. O. J. Heckler will Mr. George Turner Jr, Mil Lucite ,

,. (ircift.114AII I be bootees at an American Legion Barnani, Mine Bodll WALK-OVER
'I'h. nil-monthly mating! of ; 1 ; ::
tm vVuitnin. IF Auxiliary benefit bridge party at Mir Elisabeth Roberta, Ml I..K:1
n Auxiliary of the 1'rao.bnu..11
:/ TltD WOMAN'SCLlV 1:10. The public .la Invited. : otby Hnlnea ajid.-MlM.J.oli!
i huuh was held Wediw. *
dot I it,','n.,, ,, at the home of Mrs Ito TO RESUME MLKTIXiS! -, jfept. 11-Th*>, Presbyterians will bury -t,. Wood-I 1 ,
I I hold a church social In the Princeton i
The Woman'e Club of Homestead
i liuga-lx Palm'
on Coconut
Woman'* ,Club house In honor 1 A short playlet the 277 E. Flagler St.
in.00 wits Mm. P. F. Ray. MraR will hold Its drat cession this season wits
lot the young people who are to In* feature of the Whit Int..j
t blurt Mr*. J. M. Holt rty, Tuesday afternoon at I o'clockIn :.Miami, Fla.
leave for roller I| E. Church Junior league
the Hub houso.I
Will Kula Ray Mr*. John C Od- solid ---
Oil.l < Mix I.. Q. Ruggl and they'I All member) In the city are I '
pastui the Rev. John p Oekkler, *d te attend the meeting to make 111111I111I11111I11111111I1111111I111111111111I1111I11I111 I11 IIIIIIII!11II1I1I1II11I111II1I1I11II11II11II1I1II1I11I1I11Iflllllll! llllllllII

M atl. ndance I plans tot the coming '''I'.

MIRny wbd had charge of the' ;-- "

proKiiim led a discussion ol th*. Jll'KICALK ( .

mjMti.n work .f the Presbyterian 1'ONTPON FD:

Church in Africa Ilraall and M... | The musical" which wa to have II MILDEW! 3

Ice. Mr. Uekeler conduct. a detlnnal -. been given by Mr*. Annie May- =3

.> study on the Book of Re- j i hew Fltxpalrlrk' school of musicat

man I IAn Ins social meeting of the Wom-.

,.utgeiuenl* wore mad fur a' an'a Club of the ReUlsnde on '

Tim.n social to be held Friday Friday evening, ....pt. tl ha. been I= If laid suits
>nmjr September II .\. (k* postponed till next monrh. Nolle* you away your heavy e ,. '

Woman a club house In ITInwtea.Thl ./ the date elected will k* given II

young* social people' I.of In the honor congregationwho of Ih* later. I' and Wool dresses without removing till IJ

will soon leave for college. I The first regular m..tllI..r

All member and friends of the ; Ad Astra chapter of the O. J.:. S.J I-r spots and. grime; they are, likely to be

congregation itro Invited. for the aeanen was held In the Ma-

I tonic hall Tueaday About twelve = mildewed. We can remove mildew except '- .
MlM. H.U'KI.KR MOin : iNTO wen prvcent Plan were mad

IMM; OH SHINH CM HMr for the year and the visit of the I

*. 0 1. Hackler was Rain orakin Florid state worthy grand mat I in cases where goods are decayed. I

*, host** at her home Turatbur ron. Mia Ulllan Klllpatrlch which

afternoon Those present I! I* scheduled for February It was,= Better look! =

were Mr*. Margaret Rosier and dlacued I_ ., .1

I 1= =


'of :. D. FREDERICK Prop.
8 N. W. FIre fit, H.*ner.d (true CltlM* Rank) I

Shampooing Permanent Waving:, Facial

Massage Finger Waves, Scalp Treatments -


Thursday, September 4, 1930 HOMESTEAD.r LEADER Page Eleven

::1 fSocial Events I The Fashions*I. CLASSIFIED ADS 1 ::1

'I. I JtATBi First tnsertioa }0e allmt *ul ea.uent Insertion.

t'aahlon Editor of Harper' Maser l. aim*.
tOLR BAPTIST CIR<1.S girl ar* asked to bring their code (By Special Arrangement Hut**** 1
ARK REDIVII>KI> flan for this meeting. Homestead leader and Harper1 -- --

n (Continued From Page Tea) j Present mere: Mia Tower Jen-I Baiar -Copyright US!) FOR EXCHANGEWILL 1ION8TERA. FRUIT. lie! each: ,>

Mrs MoClanahan, efficient p..... ale Tower Margaret )McQarrah .... night blooming cereus fruit llo.

Ident for four year, dMllned to i, Jane Brown. Ruth Tower, Cather At this time of the .ar. It I* Jungle Grove, Redland. .

serve thin year, ao that poaltloa la I Ine Harper. Catherine Vann Prl*. difficult for me to get very faraway EXCHANGE for Rfdland --- ---- .

not niled. i e,II* Frwad, Haat Clldlor, Helen from the beach la thinking grove or land, 110. acre dairy WELL ROOTED! young roM bustles I

Other offlcor elected were flntvlceprenldent 'Hall, Hel Pennlngton, HMelle bout clothe A< the tow center I farm stocked, fenced and IMproved 4 0ea.cn. Fern cheep. Josephine

Mr*. Hauamani' Bowen, Jean Penman, Evelyn of our vacation Itvee. 4M undimmed. located U miles east of Pratt. II' N. E. lit Ave. J|

., second vtc-prldn Mr*. Pick- Oamber. Anna Moon Mary Moon deeerv special Mention. Sent*parelll Springfield Mo. Writ full de-

ard: third voce-president Mr, Elisabeth Skill. Virginia MoKlne- hu designed one of the clev. crlptlon and price toC. I), MISCELLANEOUS '

Fiche: secretary Mr*. T. T. Bowen try Alta Vann and Mary McNallL Adman, lOt Rlacaya Beak Did*;. _

; treasurer and stewardshipchairman \ ""-" celvtd. Miami. NOW I* the time to have that 1

Mr*. Polk; plaalet, Mr*. RKI: >LAM> ..11 HAH LASTJt1FT1a dnuae*. each with an armhole on "" leaky roof filed. See the reliable

Vann: personal service, chalrm.n.Mr. .\ : OK SIMMER: one aide and on the other a tie to "FOR RENT roofer for a. guaranteed Job. 8,

McClanahan; minion stud y Th Redlund 4-H Club held its held It In place like an apron. The F. Matthew Phone 606WWANTED

chairman Mr. C. N. Walker; hut meeting of thH aummer at the ties In one half MM through llts ------ .. --- .

Margaret Fund chairman, Mrs T. Remand' Farm Life School In the other. and both tie on the I FOR RENT-large, furnished

J. Vann; publicity chairman Mr*. Wednesday. No special program came aide. The halve are, of I room, $1.60 alngl 11.00 double. __

Bigger; Y. W. A. counselor, Mra.McLean was held; the day was devoted to a courser In different colors any Meals If desired Mr*. Compton WANTED-.,Alligator shine lies

O. A. counselor Mr. general good time and refreih- combination you may choose, *o lit N. W. 4th et.
Franklin Tampa, Fla.
Oault; R. A. counselor Rev. C. N. Monte that you, who wear them have I I (*4tf)
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Walker: Jr. R. A. counselor Mra.Irwln 1 The club Kill organize again In succession of amusing, varied tue-:' USE MANGANESE
I October tore drea***,
WELL FURNISHED house close In -- .. .
-- --
At the forenoon session when Treat 1 with modern convenience for

the leader o&alt department gave 1 A group that enjoyed a flair fry The tennis player will b* delightd rent, long or abort period. Permanent

their annual rjportt ft was shown on Key largo Monday Included: with a Mangy Kouff sleeveless It low rate to right 1 Ripe Papayas :

that the Homestead group for! Mr. and Mr*. B. A. Preacher Mr. tangle dress of white pique. The party, W. J. Carter I

Its fourth sdcoese/ve year I* anAl and Mr.. C. H. Parman and child. skirt It plaited to give the wearer I : Florida's Health f

union and therefore will b* dren Jean Phlllli and Ardnll Mr. complete freedom Above this I*
FOUR-ROOM gsrag* apartment for :
awarded a banner by the Southern end Mr. W. A. Murphy, Mln" Cleo a tunic fitted around the hip by Fruit ,
rent cheap Three room* lur.nl.h. -
Baptist Convention In May Bitch Ml Dorothy Conner Mlwe two slits out up to the waist Then t
.. .
Mr*. Mary JUnley, 110 : 5c
The treasurer' report allowed Ida and Olive Engel, Miss Betty lace and tie In bows at the waist N. W. (th 8tFOR a pound at

thai a pledge of (too for minion Murphy Mis Klol-e Bradley, Marl above which the drew blouses

bad been paid. Field Mutilate RomrllK Bill Mor. lightly. There are two boulder LETCHWORTII

Mra McClanabtn, president 1 rill, John Engel, Klhert Froavher, straps on either tide approximately SALE I Ii I PAPAYA

prerldcd and Mr. Collier conduct. Weston ..fuller Clarence Froscher "11> Inch wide and wt about the. GARDENS 1

ed the devotional-an Inspiring and the Camber children same distance apart It hue real I!i '!

musing on prayer ,i chlo and I* outstandingly practical I FOR BALK On* hundred thousand RINGS HIGHWAY

Luncheon was served In the Hint For Homemakers The plait all around the aklrt are Stoke Improved marglobe I I r
stitched. tomato plant ready to begin j i .
< Sunday Behoof! building with Mr. '
Chealey. Saunders In charge. She By Jan Rogers The line setting September first |t 10 porthduaand. i

was assisted by Mrs Filch Mr'sGoo. Paris designer,* have aided and I Special price on lots MURPHY'STRANSFER

Wright Mr*. Bigger, Mr. abetted the traveller this year by of 10,000 or more., H. M. Rum-1 CO.

clefs,. :t.IrL E. C. Eby, II.a Hill 07 sponsoring largo hand bag You ley, Sanford. FU. I lUxnn t M.Oory Arrailo 1

and Valera Fltoh. I' will be guided In the choice of I

.', Other present were: the Rev. ric and color by the real of I FOR II.U.1-Tho Literary 1"1 Hauling of Every Description
Prompt Service Pliant >II-R
and Mr C. N. Walker Mra. Collier ensemble. and especially your f.b-I every w.ek. Paul nuu.l1. i

Mra. Bigger. Mr. D. L. Bowen and glove .selection but you
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M... M. J. Belk Mra Fetich, guided In the choice of shape

,". Mr, May," Mr*. Robertson "Mr size by ncceaalty. You>> NURSERY TREESCllrujAvoradoa
McClanahan Mra. Irwin. Mr*. many compartment. lIIuat/bOV.j f
West Mr*. McLean Mr*. King, money, key, m...-"..; Royal Palm and OthersJungle I "

Mr*. Baxter, Mrs, Chamblla and have never had a big with a sipper Grove

Mr*. H. Grady Smith j top you can have no Idea of IiMh I
Itedland Road and PlumiiM-r Drive, Redland. Phone 2311
Mra Wright gave two Interesting how particularly and emmlnently _
-- --- '---"-'-'-.----.-.--....._
s reading and little Lavern practical It I* 1C you do not consider II

Eby recited a poem | the zipper particularly pleatIng of A|>l>llt.'l<"i fur Tax herd property under the said certificate I

In the afternoon Mr, Doreoy, to the eye there are many model NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN laaued was In the name of Dr. J,
'* In which It I 10 Ingenuously hid THAT ThMjJoru. Halley, holder of It. Pearson j
young people superintendent your pancake hue a tendencyto
IB' City of Miami Beach Tax Certificate Lot t, Block T, Rico All., an
conducted a rally, and stick to the griddle, try rub den under an outer flap. The large No. m. III. 40*, 40T 401, Inland In Biscayne Buy, situated In
Mr. H. Grady Bin It h. district W. bing It with the cut side of a raw bag, many of them have. crystal 424. 4l 4il. 411 and 441 dated Hoctlon II, Twp. II H Has 41 K
M. U. leader Introduced the program potato Instead of greasing It This handle the 4th day of June, A. l>, lift,,' Recorded In plat book T. peg< 74, 1
will usually prevent ticking vn has filed sold certificate* In my I'ubllo Record of Dade county,
of the 'young people In a The them of them all I that
office, and ha mad applicationfor ,
when ground consistently fall. Florida In the City of Miami
talk on "Our W. M. U., a River and they have one, large Important tax deed to issue In accordancewith Beach. County of I>ad... State of
Its Tributaries." : The art seasoning Hag toblending decorative Idea which I* perfectly law. Said certificate era- Florida a* embraced In *
The following program wa ndo developing the flavor alntple. A contrail by using two brae the following d..ocrlbe4pro..U. No. 411. The assessment of said
.., situated! In l>ad. County property Under the said certlflcatil .
given duet violin and piano of the main Ingredient; never In kind of leather pryatal handle or Florida towlt; ..... was In the name of U. liRelter. .
France Doraey and Coma Davis; mothering them out of all recognition. I ornament, a sliding metal catch Lot B, Block ,-A, First Addition .
"Our Y. W. A.,., lira. McLean and A until amount of sugar, enormous, plain Initial, narrow to Espanola Villa*--being Lot I, Block *, Rive Alto .a
for Instance I* frequently died lath part of the !southeast quarter and ,Island In Biscayne Bay situatedIn
girls .
; "Our G. A. Mr*. Walker white or colored piping, any of
a preparation of meat and Bib. the southwest quarter of Section Section II, T"p. II S., Rg 41
and girls; "Our R. A.", Mr. Walker sauces; not to sweeten, but to these may b* used to give your bat 14, T1I\p. (1 ft. n... 41 E. Recorded E. Recorded In plat book 7. page
and Royal Ambassador; "Our I point up and harmonies the flavor Interest and at HI allow It the tailored In plat book 0. peg 147 Pub'llo 71, Public Record of Dade County -
Sunbeam," Mr*. Irwln and Sunbeam of the fish or meat and the other j lines which are eo ImportantA Record of Lade County, FlorIda Florida, In the City of Miami
In the City of Miami Beach Beach County of mate ofKlorlda
Band of the fabric fab- lede.
; "Tb W. M. U. Mrs. Ingredients aauc bag COM well with a
County of Dado State of Florida, a* embraced In certificateNo
McClanaban. Mia Agnes Hamilton I rlo hat In the formula of chic as embraced In certificate No. 117 411 The assessment of Mid
offered prayer /FOlIi JIARKH A 01'ADRlTr.D choose your bar, or for that matter The assessment of said property property under the Mid certificate
Little Carol: "Walker In the cot- Ephrlam-" "What you Mil a gal any article of personal adornment under the said certificate Issued Issued was In the name of Stuart
was In the name of John P. Hol Wait.".
turn* of the sunbonnet standard of site married three to compliment or harmonize
land. Lot 4, Block I, Rlvo Alto- an I*.
excellence the' ,Sunbeam Band ry'" un.bl..j I with your wardrobe, Lot (, Block ..A, First Addition land In Biscayne Ray, situated In
won applauiM.SUM. MOM-""'*.*y, boy, to Espanola Villa--being Section, II, Twp. || a, age 41 E
I ly am a Ignoramus ,. part of the !southeast quarter and Recorded In plat book 7, page 74
haven't rh.t"I I
the southwest quarter of Section Public Record of Dado Counti
M-.LSON 14 HOSTESS gal Bits married two time, dat am i I I I "You're looking at the wrong 14, Twp. II B. Rg*. 41 B. Record .Florida In the City of Miami
TO LEGION AUXILIARY PARTY bigotry: when she tries It three lot" Mid his neighbor. "Theeear.n't. ed In plat book 0, page 147 Public Beach County of Dad*. Stale of
times dot am trl.onom.lry.Humolot Record of Dade County. Florida Florida, a* embraced In centrical*
Mrs. Walter R. Nelon-wa boater the prisoner They're tile In the City of Miami Beach. County No. .... The assessment of i Mid
London .
at an American Legion Auxiliary ( ) lawyer*!" of Dad, State of Florida, property under the said <..rtlfl-
benefit bridge party at her I I embraced In Certificate No. 621.1 cate Issued WM In the panic of O,
I 1 The anenment of mid R. Relter.
home Wednesday when two tables NATURAL MISTAKE 8h<-"Anybody would think I pro
under the said certificate Issued Lot 1, Block I, IK Lido Islundn -
; of bridge were In play High "My goodness, exclaimed the was nothing but a cook In this was in the name of John P. Hol Island In Blarayn Bay situated
{ seen prime was won by Mra. Luther stranger who had dropped Into the household." land. In Section II Twp. II M., iigi
I* Chandler and consolation by police court "they've caught al I He--"Not after a meal her, my Lot S, '}I1..k I, Rive Alt*-- a*I 41 E:. Recorded In plat book I.
pretty tough lot this morning,1 1 pet"-Dublin Opinion. Island in Biscayne Ray, situated Inflection page 14. Publlo Record of IMd
Mr .
Harry Hlner. Icecream.angel
II. Two SI B. Rare 4J E. 'County. Florida, In the City of Miami
food cake and Iced tea were Recorded In plat book 7, page 74 Heath. County af Dae State
.etved.Present. Public Record of Dad County of Florida; a* iiibr. ..d'rt; :
Florida, In the City of Miami flcate No 411. The aaaMmnt
wore: WE BUY GUAVASIN Beach, County *f Dade. Stat of of said property under the said
Mr. Frank B. Rue, Mrs. Dove P. Florida. a* embraced In CertificateNo. certificate Issued was In the name.
Webb Mr*. Paul Robinson of Hollywood 404. The assessment of sold of Ellen S. Harrl
Mr.. J. A. Smith Mrs.Preston property under the cold certificate Lot II, Block 1, IU Lido laUnd-
ANY Mewed ass In the name of Michel- on Island In Biscayne Bay ailuakd
B. Bird Mrs. William J. QUANTITY
son Holding Co. In Section II Tap 61 S" age 41
I Qeronlmo and Mr a, Nelson Lot I, Block 1. Rlvo Alto--a* E Recorded In plat book I, past
.Inland. In Blerayne Bay, situated In 10, ruble flecord of Dad cunly '
Vic to 3c per PoundWe SerCon It, Twp. SI, S, Rge 4> E. Florida. In the rily of Miami
SEMAPHORE (TIDE RTIPIFD Recorded In plat book T, page 74 Beach, (;ounty of Dade,. Stall of
AT GIRL SCOOT MEETING Public Record of Dade County Florida ur embraced In certificate
Florida, In the City of Ml ml No. 441. The ._.m.nl of said
.Seven girt, pawed the ema- also buy Grapefruit Oranges Sour Beach County of Dad, Stat of property under the Mid certificate ,
phbre signal leaf after the cod Florida, a* embraced la certificateNo. issued was in the name of G Con {
way! studied at the Girl Scout meet. Oranges, Lemons, Kumquats and other Trop 407. The auesanteat oL.itvld Status- ..
nit la the basket ball court Taos> property under tb* said certificateIssued Tnlees Mid certificate should'b
ical Fruits. I was In the more of Mlcbel- redeemed accenting to taw, taJ
I, day. Marching opened the meet ," aen Holding Co. deed will ....M thereon the 44tbi
ing. After several game were Lot 10, Block 1. nivo Alto--an day of SevlrBiber A D 110
played the girls! sat In a circle sadsang Island In Biscayne Bay, situated In Dated this lOtlt day of August A,
BONITA GROVES 1 Section II, Twp. II 0, Rce, <4l II:. IX, Ittu.
tongs.Scout 'Recorded In plat book 7, page 14 E. P. T.EATHKRMAN,
I Captain ROM Tower and Public Record of Dodd County, Clarkef Circuit Court Dade 'ujnly -
the patrol leader discussed plan Florida In the City of Mlaunl Florida
ter the next meeting after the Telephone 2313 I leach, County of Dade Stat of By JNO FENNO t)
Florid, a* embraced In certificate Clk circiilt I'Duif Seal
dominate had disbanded. All the No 401. The aaweMnrat of amid Aur 21 JO, Suit 4.11 llTHE >




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; Pia 'l"we'lV' THIS HOMESTEAD L9 A-DER Tbunday telnbsrr. 4; 1980' ,,:"
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: and Margaret Daniel, Monday to See Start Lake OM* a> 0...... Maeclnttoq. ?'ItI
to Get More Than 20 Boys
I 11 This win lit 1t(,. Bommere flrat Of Second Spray"PriveThe I and the IH rlda Ea*'( past 11Mi'Ife. i.
} And Girls of District I term at 'H rlpa| et the Ham- tiger 0v will on tort imp take tile \ ",
rOver Kcdland Wad and. Florida City ttell..... He I II -' :field. anl. for the seeped and talnot ..., ,ti f .
I was (ormarly principal ad the Lit "send kit sprig ateJirnM I...." that will D* noeanMry addle ,
twenty girls and bay from Bush 1II'atte,4 tb. norlds Butt It" hirer schools and.w*, trnaaTeav Insure tbl*. wtlov aaainaf Uj ,I1 ;4'i
I the n...laiid DUtrlot are leaving I CoHen (wr Wom. Gad perald. Pope to fill the vacancy caused fcethtlon by tbs M.dlterrenses Ind/victual' l growers not onptglg 4 I
aooa to alterd universities, coll -I N bwt wilt ga t. steer valve". by the transfer of J{mea ''. WII.." fruit fly and Ie fIa.te., lifting of with any of the organU: >tlona' '
j city at Deland.Mier' to Id* M Fisher school tt Miami
.tf and business schools or to site federal quarantine r**-latlene > nenMonvd\ can lI btaln the pall "
Iran .
I Mary Town
VIM Bee Leon Aprtnelpaf Gray bat been "
take cure In nunlnc Barlj lun- i wilt get wader Monday!I '
I nohr.r of Ftortd Vila Miss Mar.tba of the Kedlapd 'tcbvolt way way material free tt the plant '
Gay morning Karl Mattbtw left I I U Dumb .f health, Min Uir- for there than five Fears I Spraying ervi Organized tar the' at the Florid* ;Vast tXlut rertUUorCn ".4
for Gainesville where br will bean ,tint spraying[ several weak ago In lioMtatoad.
rain The spray ..
MrLaurMIn a.i Miss Ana MlM Isabel B, \Y'7 Of Florida+ A
big ealr the .f by 0uld Grower. Redian4l
post M Ualverelty Turner *f Princeton, Ulu flUII Ino. J materials ata' famished by the )' fI
Vlerlda. This lie editor City has been r,anln4 MlanktHi ..._I.U... 1
I of tq Citrus or
year Horne of n.dlnd" . the Florida College rnur. an I.- School, Annabel Association atato/wlde _
I m 0 Hntton *f Narcotic ar. at- h Win twKhrle Houat In ,
fleultural ....atll. and It war topdlpf Miami business !!Oil.,*. of Florida Oily will teach at Tower and Miss Lola Moattr effort to. oa-oparat with the gov-; et;! I"
necessary that, n* fet there early no Mire Mildred Hill and :Miss In.aChalktr Pence .f Leon HI** Scbsot. CrlOablra. will teach at Shenandoah Junior erA+aent and p\ relief from the 1 .:
bat the magazine could b* pub- of Rcdland' entered the Miss Bertha Mill Jiavanwu HIP 1\1110" Miss Nina Or w. 1111I\11" r.trlctlon. .: f
licked by the fifteenth of *h*I Jackson Memorial hospital for will b* on the then'ty of Robert formerly of "om..t..d. will b* a ".
luoalk John Tower, "h will *1b Wdn II Los Jester High School, MI.sal
training day f teacher In Riverside School, Miami -
go a senior felana t* leave September Miss Esther Llvlaelon. miss'yb I vat MANGANESE i
It H* U Undent, eaalatantin .
:Mrs Barrow to Reopen ...... ,
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and Bite Bnni< will leave Dining Room on Monday : "r ,
tat OalnaivlU Sunday ;
yia. Mary Elizabeth Krem Mr, Barrow' Dining Rofm 111',== a :
who won the senatorial scholarship N. Kront venue. will reopen] J
last rear. will leave Saturday Monday after havlhr been eioeed M.\\I! Again; Time ushers in school days and again 1 i ia
t*. basin bar Junior year at the for the summer while Mrs. c.
lorWa State College for Women Barrow proprietor, took the first= ,I
..elT.UahJi ..., Miss Marlon. Bob.irtaon I vacation aba has bad In five yeara.Mr .: '
of Florid' City and Mist I *, Barrow took three month
Muriannav Taylor r fie pow lives In off not) she spent five week cf THE DIXIE DRUG :
jjiaml will legit their aophomoreMa tin period vl.Ul1'U,," aadtrlund I,' I
Mime IarJ Decker .f Flog In Tbomaavlll. Ga abe SBa
Ma City wll1 raters U Ulwirt Vial l 1 can back In plenty of Urn to'
Ilnttp. KIM !*rrnces brown will i nnavafr bar dlalaf room, bewve -
the school and girl needs to make school days ;
leave the latter part of this. weep ,, bed In addition to repaintIng -' everything boy ,
ante the issues. State ""u.,1 and redeoeratlna ah* bar mad >
for Woman at.)(Uhtd."III.. and MIM m.." rtKMlitr and kitchen to promote further *rflelency .' 5:1 *
VIM Ruby libeler l h,r, .lr.<1y left In cooking and serving E .
"f attend Wwlbur College at Lou meal Lest year the dining room, Tablets pencils note books note theme
'did not business paper
Angeles MIN H** l Hook will be do q \Sunday iiI I
r tophomcr M Stetson University but thin year U will\ **rva throe
SIlM Mroma Pill .{ pi4lMt4 seals a .>, both on. wtak'day And booksbook) : bg, book straps, thermos lunch.
will bells ko Muter. year) a' the i b" *4u-. !! ,

Mil ft rldft year BUU Miss College Margaret for Roberts Women Schools Made Ready :1 kits-:"in fact all the accessories that go with 1i .f

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the memo rty of Kbool.Hottth JlltaiHttUk MlMt" |;l n who riHolf school ';. | ,

scan t..<1. School will St..4 Allies Scott 8 I
? BKDI.AMO GRAMMAR Have you seen Ujq new Sheaffer school series fountain pens Ss
Cheater Hawley. plant to leave '
September 1* le bests. Jail! junior I SCHOOL. .....,:.ller Leon. Ruth AGray Rnaaell, prlnctpaltlove Mr. and pencils Not xepiive-and guaranteed against breaking. ia

rem. tt Amherst ( .!!... W R Bird Mr. Green Rives, ('.

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