The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 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
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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Voters should not lost sight of the fact that :

when they go to the polls next Tuesday they will

GOLFCOURSEFORAIRPORT vote on four amendments to the constitution of SUSPECTED FRUIT THIEVES

the state of Florida, as well as on candidates for .

office. The amendments will be printed on the

back of the ballot. Each of the amendments will

appear twice, once with the word "yes" printed I WHEN GROWER FINDS THaI .

opposite a square at'the bottom, and again with

the word "no" printed opposite a square at the .

CityV Certificates of De- bottom. The square is for the voter to make a Earthquake and Snow Guilty Plea Entered by

posit Would Pay Off' cross mark therein, either before the word "yes"or I Storm Feature noy'st Men Who Claim "Mob"

Mortgage befo"re the word "no," as his judgment may direct t 8CCO-JIiIeTrip_ Alone. Attacked Them

J 130 ACRES AND CLUBHOUSE ,t I An .artll<\";; .-H snowstorm ROAD MEN OFFERED
The first amendment would make it not
I IN PROPERTY only and a desert furnished the Mgthrllla AT LEAGUE MEETING

impossible for the state to issue: bonds except for I for a ll->ear-oll Homestead

\ County and Miami Would the purpose of "repelling invasion or repressing boy who returned. Ian week after Sheriff, Commission and

Help! in Developing Insurrection" but also impossible for counties, :traveling 1.000 mike hy MmnH.I Growers to Furnish

Landing FieldThe districts or municipalities to issue bonds unlesj I The boy la Jimmy train, eon of I Total of Three

the majority of the freeholders in the affected | Mr and Mre J. B. Irwin of this -

,', poTillilllty. ot deeding the110acre territory approve the bond issue at an electionheld i'lt>". H* encountered. the. diieiTI on ,.4>'uur\ men "crelsn11- Ju
|III" way4x>nir Bestow CM., "*
tract of the HoiuenteadO tic* of tho Taaoa A. W J.' inHomeHead
in with I
law. .
)earthquake while he was In California
j <*W and Country Clu%, near Ue If this provision had been in the constitution visiting his brotherinlawand charges uf slowing Wnlneediiy innp.Iluli 1I.rn'1j',, >from'"

western Urmlma of Mowry road, in 1925, it would have prevented the legislaturefrom II slater Mr. and Mre Howard I the grose of fharl-x c.nihmi> nl

to the city of Homestead for a municipal giving Homestead's seven councilmen and Stevens of Long beach, and the Black I'olnl. told it itcrof t" airport discussed a I janowetorm while h* was on his .
was at by a "mob .r 1 men
the who was none other than the Hon. Sid I horn
mayor way 1 1I
I ,
meeting of th* ;toumry clyb directors armed with club. Iron pip' x amiplckajiea
(Continued 0.. Page Fi.ur) I The earthquake, which occurred! the
Monday night with the aa they
re- In August shook down ensue email
bit that letter scene of their theft Two or the
a will be Bent. to
each I Banks and Bootleggers buildings and cracked the wall oflarger prlauaara, Carl Ruler. and W I).
of the, club ,* 16SGNEDVV1TH building. even If the '
plulnlng the proportion and ask- To Be Park Rally Topics | paper dldat ear much n.'j.I Bath who pleaded guilty, were
Inr'hia expression of opinion. I I bound over to the court >frime" *

f The country: club has,a mortgagragaln Henry Gibson, Miami attorney ROLFE FOR BANKTRUCKJERV1CE'according California ta the Jimmy aoutheia, H*rut went ao to under bond of UOV each ul c.a4ed H.
"t Jt hell i hubw and B. H. Bath who
by the aid who filed the twit ID V. B. District that ha could see the big western
Baj k Of }Honiaatead. not guilty, wr put und.-r bond
> whisk failed (Court taking for appointment If a ; derert. and cam home the northern *
In lU!. Tha city bolds about) federal revolver for tie Bun I' ft I| rout *o that he could sitcom of 110 each.
"0.000 in certificates of depoaltfor Bay Biscayne, will (peakonMh* ''a snowstorm which he Biet whileydoing B. B. Bath declared under oath
i fund which hap In the bank: tanking law ot Florida at a JR.. Altbuugh, that he had romp f uwuiiy to sae
through Wyoming.
f alTtb time 11..1....., In "1MT.,By pabUca meeting'to'bo held lifth* Goal of 25 Miami Bank barn In Indiana, Jimmy and his a pipes of land hear florMu City a

J deeding the property ta.thclcKy, American Legions Fl I lit Homestead Depositors Believed parent ram to Florida when h*! belonging, to C. H. Hulx UN the
tsi' mortgage couldbd' taken up taturday night. 1 1 way back, he wad the truck In
Assured was II month old ao h* could notremember
bytes, otherwise practically fcortalea Fred KirUay. soother tdlam(' at- ever having ***n. which they were.. traveling woe
ertirieat..* of deposit and the trny, will peak on "Law and Prospects of armored truck mowfall. stopped by the side o( the road

,.. tract put to municipal ".*. It la Order." His speech will be dlr ct. To any that Jimmy got a big. kick while the two young mon, Carl
believed. The Sheriff service for Homestead depoaltoraOf Hula and W. IX Bath, went into a
sanction of banking 4 against M. P. l hm nand out of his eummer' rip I* saying
department official baa been obtained the bootlegger o( Dad Ceun- Miami bank teemed aaaured today -I nothing at all. grove to pick fruit. Bath mid that

t* the plan. ty, It la announced. by Republican a* :M. H. Rolf .( the Rolf he warned hem not to touch the
n. airport could b. pat In leader Armoured Truck Service nearedth fruit C. H. Hula*, who was drivIng -
shape with municipal machinery, UNABLE TO the truck did not pick any
f it la pointed out. At a meeting goat of 15 depositors who fruit Bath declared, but merely

t In Miami Tuesday, sponsored by'SKIPPER SPEAKSAT would b. willing. to pay II 00 a I I'G.O.P. went to the edge of tho (rov*.

the aeronautical fI"lololI.t the' trip each for the aervlc By noon LILY WHITE Bata said that h* thought the
state chamber wa a "dlacardad" grove because -
o| commerce. I
I RALLY HELD today Mr Kolfe had obtained the
; stead. waa-orfered all "H.m"j l I SAY DEMOCRATSClaim ', the trees looked dead, and
It and he .
Btorawry lo operate the -tnaohln signatures of depositors, the ground, was overgrown with

cry In preparlnc the runway of MONDAY NIGHT planned and continue his effort tonight at
th* proposed airport and aaalatance I Mr. Qraham and Mr. Graham'sbrother
I In furnishing the labor necessary -f a meeting of the Uroweji. Protective 2 Parties in South coming down the road and

for operating. the machinery was National Committeemanon League. I Would Make Negroes Mr. Graham mad them go along

; assured The state chamber la, Program WithS. i b'I'd"r:: truck service was Balance of Power with them ta the filling station up
Mr. Rolf yesterday at
the road &tll... held an aceaeory <
t. planning a bill providing that the S. McCahill I aa
the meeting of the Homestead Rotary
> state tax on gasoline said by planes I Charging that Florida Republican before and after the fa.t.C. .
Club. H* explained that whilebank
b* refunded to the counties where.! txknp B. ;JkJiperl Kfpubllaanaailotia could not keep their state or.Iganlsetion H. Huliw, who laid h* was
were prohibited from furnlahlng -
ta k originate for use 1* developIng '] commit tearhadfrom Florida. "Illy 11'hit.." because a Miami cabinet maker. testified
f' the service because of the
public aviation fucllltlee. and A & SlcCahUl, Miami attorney branch such a policy would b* contrary to that he had com down from Ml"
banking law there waanothing
e am| spokesmen said that they, spoke !Monday night In the to Mop him .. a bonded th* principle of the national Republican ami to show his property at tang
would b* willing for Homestead to'clubhouse of the RedUod TS'oman'i r party. Democratic eneak- view to B. H. Polls and oa the
truck owner from furnishing the
hare the greater part of this mon'l Club Jay Simon 'Republican said that two-party government In thought wa a deserted grot H_
ey for use In developing tile proposed precinct the bunk and depositor. TIle truck!
committeeman from. Midland.Mere the Couth would mean the beginning said thus h* did not think they
airport her*. I would take deposits from Homestead -
than of unprecedented period of were doing anythig wrong until
eeventy-flve persona en
Homeetead had the largest r'pre..nt..IOR to the bank and bring down
were prevent to hear them and corruption where the balance of h* saM Mr. Graham coming down
at the conference la I money for payroll at the and of
:Miami many of Dad COllnt,'* Republican power would b* held by a claaa of the road. JluliM- warned the ottersand
Monday. Attending were: the week. There would be no
I candidate preeent their arguments people whoa vote would be easily they started to drive away. He
Mayor 8. E. Uvlniraton, Councilmen cashing of check at she track a*
for of swayed the influence, Intlmlda declared thai. JM414 not know
support the Republican by
E. C. Chronlater, Wm. Jluteel- was poetflbl when the "lty National -
ticket at the general non or bribery .f unscrupulous Mr. Graham had signaled hint to
election on
white and W. K. Rhcneyj' Chaa. T4Fuchs 1 operated the truck, homever.
Nov. 4. The politician atop. "Mr. Graham took .. lo
pkr were Introrducrd
Jr.r.nk B. Ru and J. D. The club appointed a committee to
d '"' by Mr*. IllII D.. This charge was made by George Black Point and while h* topped
Redd. from the
t Redland District work with Mr. Kolfe oa the propoaltlon. .
Chamber *f .Commerce; J. "Thla to the tint instance In her McCall. candidate for clerk of the there a mob of men cam out
Hackler :the':'history where Florida ban benefited criminal court, who named negroes armed with club, fron pipe and
and E. A. Carter r The feature of the Rotary club
Homestead front tariff" said Mr. McCahill, who he eald were republican com. pick. Mr Graham sent his see to
Rotary Club W. 1. program Wednesday was a couple
"and. the mltteemen and took native. the house for a I tried to ar
Republican party can be an partIn gun.
Flak, O. W. Tufaer. Jr.. and C. W.lCulb of violin solos t>y Dr. Herbert 11.
!credited for the progrea made." the council of that party In sue with him and offend to par
rtaoo from the Uon* Clab,, Wolfe, new director .f the TroploalKiBvrlment
and W. J. Oeronlmu and IX. M. D..j Mr. McCablll said that h* and Nation here Pref.es.o this tatc. Chart A. Mrhd. for the fruit but h* railed m* a
W H. Marshall of n. ,Lauderdale secretary of the Dad County Bar and bit m* In the Jaw, and
Hartman from the .
America* L*' .A. U. Gilbert head ( the botany
...... had prepared all hat on. tf department of the University Association mpplemented Mr. MeCall' then the men began to fall .athe
the brt.n the Florida tariffmeaadrea. statement when, after refuting Nt af ua. I told the boy.
( Miami wag a speaker at themeeting. .
"Florida congreeemenwer .. geniXal graft charge made by not to fight. W* didn't have a
Oldendorf Opens New Instructed by the Brat Legislature the Repobllcani against Had chance against the It *f them."

Plumbing Store Herefor to veto for UM tariff Mlto. :County Democratic eftleo"lIold.ra.I Graham who was not a witness
but the effort ot passing the bllla Dixie Drug Completes I h* said that In pities .0000er. the at the bearing. but was Interviewed

the first time Horaeetcad and the work necessary to put the Redecorating Program two-party system I* la fore tile Graham who was not a wHnna at

baa modern plumbing Mar*. O.B. measures across were left entirelyfor precinct *r camnntcamaii exert 0 the hearing. but woe Interviewed

r 'I Oldandorf A Co., this week are I I the Republican." h* _I'. Flnlahlng touch to the complete tremendous Influence and la not by a reporter Immediately before
putting the finishing. toucbea tol Mr. McCahill brought Up the modernization which the Pit- particular a* to whom be dleheej tho trial, gave hla version of the
their new establishment at 101 N.f matter of a tariff en avocado Imported to Drug Store has been undergoing out the patronage which h* has encounter aa follow:
Xrm aren..*. I from Cuba -....ll.wng the were applied this week when the bee authorised to distribute In the H. was an his way .t 4 o'clock

Bath room and kitchen ''panlah-Amerlcan. War the Plait wall panel above the standard fight for vote. Tuesday afternoon t* look after

are afforded J y the room dIAPI..t''Treaty In 1101 provided that any mahogany Mock cabinet wen repainted t. D. Redd of Homestead candidate some work lie WM hating don In

ten. recently conrtrueted. article entering the Vnlted mat. a light green to reflect for .I..tlon t. the county j his grove when h. M. three

bath tuba, pedestal lavatories)! duty free at that lime would b* mar light on the Interior of the commission on the Democratic strange men In his grove md one

the latest colored future ta well duty free forevtr," Ji. xplalned.A *tor*. A recent feature of the ticket, said that the primary election In a truck pirkrd by th. eld. *f
a* the common Ing aecMnorie are displayed. I iI o ontlnued oa page twelve)that the .laying of t tile floor. Continued on Pate Two) ( -,) *n part twelve)



Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday. October 30, 1930 ;

it record and es-otftdo clerk of proximately M0... baa been eel(
I the court of crime handling case lected for the taxpayers In UXCCM'

from ..104.__) t* ascend dente fee by the county commissionMerehMd .

BE LILY WHITE I murder Mr McCall Mid.Tb Mid : West :

two-party system the Tom Ferguson, who ran for
euth would ladle vote buying In
SAY DEMOCRATSContinued Judge of the civil court of record ,
the opinion el M*. MerehMd. HeNow
aid lost to D J. Heffernai In .The
that the
ive-party campaign
Juneprimsry. was another of the w- 1
of the present had been bronchi
( from pace eo> main speakers st Saturday night*
ebb the need for two parties."W about In Florida because. swing meetlnc W.' Mowry St.
'to difference t* irHflen and prohibition 11 .
had a two-party affair hereIn I In the Democratic -Tb*'Republican* talk about th*
coke.the bank failure that have occurred
June. whoa 100' Democrats Republicans had been

divided Into two .r more coops poll 1* per cent of the state'. vote under emocratic rule:' Mid Fer- An independent'merchant with 10
and fought their difference out. : In 111 cuson. "I My te you that It the

Mr Read Mid All the bad ..1 Republican had given the country service.
of hometown
1 Launching Into his refutation of
could b. Mid about any candidate! the prosperity they promisedla years
craft chare mad by the Republl
1111 there would have been no
was MM: the tort that tko candidate -

belonged I* the same party cans chare he that amid that the county the Republican commission bank failures." We are so pleased with the business dur-

wade no dlff.,....'." stole |1...*..*. of the taxpayn In addition to Mr Itedd three log the first week of our resumption of com
Je,. R.dd Mid he believed that"everything other candidates for the countcommission ,
money. and held the fee system independent operation that we are offering .
spoke They Wen Cecil plete
from the President' to be reepnoilble." The fact
do..." would be Dsnweralle In In regard t* the alleged unpaid Turner from District 1. F .aRalley as a token of appreciation the following: ex.ccptionally .

lift "Thn .. would be out If w* fee. from which the county come from District t and R PBarfleld low '
turn round now and voted ef Perrlne from District 4,
mission was supposed t* benefit
Ikan." ho Mid. They called attention to the fact
epuII'1 were ascertained by him from
Referring to the that the voter of this district. Cash
? ,court record. Je,. Morebead Mid SpecialsFor
curaent that this. section should would vote en them aa well a* on
Prior to HIT be Mid. the law
vote Republican In order to protect the candidate from this district In
tho tariff )Ir. Redd Mid that h. allowed officers of various depart the general election Mr Barfleld
menu of the out and county Friday Saturday and Monday Oct. 31,
had moro confidence In the Integrity said that the South needs the Democratic ,
of Republican members ofCongress government to charge fee and party "because ".* don t and Nov. 1 and Nov. 3.
keep all *f them. A* the elate.Crew
and other Republican office i want te return te Reconstruction
I' and the volume of fee creat "
holder than lo believe that Day
they would not consider an arcu ly Increased. n law was passed providing I All three Democratic candidates POTATOES-Irish, 10 Ibs extra
that only' a certain amount I for the board of public Instructionwere
ment for tariff on Its merits.
Pad County candidate of both I lof the fee could be kept, and the'; speaker Henry H. Filercandidate fancy . . .. . . 28c
rest must be turned over to the( for re-election, from 1>1.-
parties were contrasted by Henry general county or state fund In)i hasthe FLOUR-Plain self-rising
tricot 1. Mid that Pad County or ,
C. Baldwin who a* a candidate for lit the of the I
II eonstltutlonsllly best school system In Florida.

the state legislatures was defeatedby law was questionedhll* II -1II co further than that he Mid Pillsbury 24 lb. bag . 95c.,
Dan Chapprll In the Juno prlraary raw wa pending. Ben .....
111 My that w* have the best In
Ho read an affidavit made I clerk of the tll.1 Ib. limit 05c
circuit court .al<< I the lulled Stolen for the dollarexpended RICE-whole grain (no )
by a man who declared that one and the question came

of the Republican candidate far whether he should retain up.a his fee. 'the United. and Sates one of nottlthstand the best In SUGAR-10 pounds in cloth bajr. ?........... .. 49c

the legislature a lawyer. had required Upon the adios of the county attorneys
Bordens .79c
loc" MILK-10 tall
cans .
one third of the Red Croiorelief the county commission.1 .
IIf 1 Mr. Filer Mid that the Republican
received by the affiant fol accepted a compromise' offer from party ....lIe..... In a "..oyom'I LARD-1 pounds only ............_... ... ....... 48c
lowingtho lit storm aa n condl Mr Shepard. of ft*...* or HO.00t '. ment of the people' by the people cL
No. 2tf ex-
lion to making out an applicationto stand no matter what the decision ,I and for Wall street PEACHES-yel.
the Red Cross for the man Another I *( the supreme court might be.

of the Republican legislative George Holly who succeededBhepard. I James J. Marshall from District tra fancy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 16c
J. the central part of Miami, said
aspirant bad made the statement
That It was his belief that "our colored i when the. also supreme resigned court at a time was he was an attorney His. Republl SHREDDED WHEAT-Ig. pkg. .10c

cltteen must be given the faa opponent hi a woman
equally divided on the fee < ur*. -Maxwell ,House lb. .35c
right of the Ulk,," Baldwin .. | "A woman .la as much entitledto COFFEE .
tlon He. bo.pold his. fee
while the third was a man who had to the county In the sum of hold office a. a man Is," Mid CATSUP-large bottle only......... ... 19c
been unable to cet elected lo office beIt 1* merely a question of
about 110.00" With everybody PRUNES-2 pound package extra large. 23c
.n the Democratic ticket oo bad abllll10'11.."* I bate the abUt
uncertain no to the status of the
flopped ever to begin trying aa a Icy required" He Mid that be bars lOc
fee law, the county attorney A. Band SOAP-Octagon .. .
RepublicanDlMUMlnc. had been In the legal profession
C. C. Small. Instituted suits
the Democratic candl. '| for 11 years. MATCHES-3 boxes lOc
against James Flood, clerk of the' ..
dates for Iho legislature Baldwin I Fred Paradise Miami, who do.
Mid that Dan Cnapprll was the criminal court W C Hill, tax assessor Noted Julian Webster of H.", .. SYRUP-Alaga, 1 gallon only ........ 79c

nan his fellow Democrat bad seen *f the. and circuit E. B.court.Leather Bob man,Simpson clerk''stead for the Democratic nomination JELLO-2 packages, any flavor .............. 15c
fit to choose Instead of himHe to the school board from Din.trkt for 22c
PORK AND BEANS-large .. 3
tax collector. agreed to abide can ..
la an able lawyer." Mid the speakor I. Mid that he was In favor of I
"Walter Kobe was state attorney by the division In the other case.I!I fro school book for the higher SPAGHETTI-3 large cans ..... ........... 22c:

of his homo county for tl so ne suit wa filed against' him trade a* wall a* for grades up' to SNOWDRIFT-3 pound can ......... ...... S5e

yeah before coming hero, and be Judge ROM of the circuit court'!the sixth year SALMON-tall pink, 2 cans ...................... .. 25c
was also honored by being fleeted decided that the fee officers should I "Th the
period after sixth
I SOUP-Campbells tomato 3 cans ............ 22c ,
Hill'd4n '1
a member of Comma from that pay excess fees to the county Is the most Important." he said I

county Aa for Pete Robinson, II 't have the rash, but deeded, -That I* the period when ambition MEAL AND GRITS-fresh stock 1 pound Ole

la generally known that ho waD every piece of property be owned are formed I know et many children PICKLES-qt. jar sweet mixed. .31c '

tarded an the smartest man In ro-I to the county. Morahead Mid' who are not In school today

house of representative last t..,. Floor appealed to the supreme'simply because they could not buy I TOILET PAPER roll ..... ............ 05c

Baldwin Mid there were two reasons court, and the appeal resulted In I the book required" I TOMATOES-3 large cans ........ ........ 25c
mhjr the Democratic a victory at last for the foe law The next legislature ought
te enact
date would win out on r.lldl-/:/Flood dldnt I have the money' but'i n law empowering the countyI FLOUR-6 pound bag self rising ......... .... 25cCRACKERSN

First, because the ) lawyer Ube bad paid their fee* school board t* furnish the book. B. c., 6 boxes........ . 25c

party li the right party and ee- and had te pay them again suffered from money In their general. "

end because all the candidate on, not the county, Moreheadsaid fund, Mr. Paradise Mid ,i PRODUCE DEPARTMENT

The Democratic ticket are superior Lesthermaa turned :$106,000 I Charles T. Harper, Homestead ONIONS-3 pounds only .tleI
to those on the Republican ever t* the county. and Democratic precinct. committeeman .. .

George McCall Mid that Uck..1 paid ever a like amount i I presided at the meeting, .I GRAPES-Extra fancy 1 Ib. ................ 09c

publican call ... With Hill a property valued at,which wa held In the grammar SWEET POTATOES-Georgia 5 Ibs 19c
whit when all the Urn $.*.*.* (o U'000, a total of ap school .auditorium
know that Jacob Thompson la a I APPLES-extra fancy 5 Ibs. .

tons Kepubltaan Beach committeeman. Many a time in Do.1. he Under. tingle Party Government* HaveArbitrary BANANAS-3 pounds only He

added, "..** I heard old I>. D.I Item Itule CARROTS large bunches ........ 21c a
Powell r uval negro Republican, OTTO C. 15e.
tell how ho and old Dean had railraed -I CELERY-Extra large stalks, only ,

thin- through ) .
aonrontlon h..l'
you know I
old D..... disgruntled and dla I BUTTER-any brand, per lb. 43c

placed. I* going to stir these ne., th ABLE FEARLESS 25c '
CHEESE full pound .
.roe* up and tell them how badly KrPinurAX: cAMiinvrt-: cream per '

they r. brIng treated If the pi>.- : STATE LEGISLATURE HAM-Swift (S) Picnic, per lb..20c
ont p."ere try to be Illy white, '
I !\o\.t'mUL: tI..rrlo PORK SHOULDER < whole Id.. 23c
Then w has the necvoes become th ,. ., /i or per
t I Drier Two-Pnrty Oo -rnnrntS S- ire
*.- of po.. there will I.., the Rule of the People STEAK-western anytut Ib. .. .25c
more miptlon created than has (Puld Political Advertisement ,

existed" Mace: the carpet be a- day.. IIAM-Sw Premium, / or whole, lb. 27c

They dealt know what a keg of
d"1 ROAST-Western chuck lb..25c
Semite they're playing with." ANY VOTER IN DADECOUNTY CAN AND per I,

Referring to big 19c
for the NUCOA-per pound *_- .. .
poor he new hold and I* SHOULD VOTE FOR

which ho seeks election. Mr Me We carry a complete line of choice western

Call said that he was a certified
meats and get 16 ozs. in pound.
stabile oMimaant 1 gave the you every

Bounty the first check for excess j"x-
I Samuel H. Bartlett
foes Overpaid by any clerk of the PHONE 28 FREE DELIVERY

criminal cotta In Dad 'ountvhe :'

oak) "And It w.*n't lost In the -

Bank of Bay Biscayne. either"' he FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

added "t wow have quite an *i.

coos In r. "I and when the time District No. 2 i Annie Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate

come* 113 urn thorn seer to the Oberlln ronsenatory and Royal ClMwrvatory of LrlpsK

.."8t> there Kill be even inorr,'; he successful bus I IEPdr.lIc'
_14- If you want an honest efficient PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
HIM-NOV. 4th
iness man-VOTE FOR
1 Th clerk of Ih- crlmln. "" 1 lt7s
ROMA'tear Rbmtvn* Drive Phon
.Id .*.offute clerk of tbo eh:t ,.artc u


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October 30, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Three

Final Passage Given I .. -

F. P. & L. Light Contract

'I'ht I orflnnnci frtMAnC thi. 1"1..1"It .
I'U.MV ft JIM Co : u .1"'Y".lr Breakfast Food
cat,, Hlon of its contrail for Hunt
Int!i t the street and munktpa
I i liiiiBi of hi irld riiv w.npiwirl .
upon Its bird reading 'um .t OVEKWheaties
day<<.(ln night( of the tOn council Tu<.. ,: .

Th passage of. the ordlntn.\ ,
ends n long fight which i...r"
whin' the town\ Indebted. to the 0 I 15c Pkg.
r"iiiui"v fur more than fl.Q"
w... iiked tat the contrail extension .
In return fur the compan)"'.'
willingness to accept certificate or FREE
Indebtedness In M* Of cash for the a'j0
putt duo bill and its permission rlo/ OPERATED BY
for the town to cut out certain LOCAL PEOPLE
tight to reduce the yearly light With each 6-lb., 12-lb.,
bill, At rim the company asked u and 2Mb Sack GOLD
for maintenance chart on all
lights cut out but In the present MEDAL KITCHEN
contract no provlalon fur rhalnten. PROOU
trace charge U made I IThlrtytl.
\. of the (I street light
will bo turned off, principally the
light between Florida, City and LONG ISLAND IRISH
tloni'irtoud. an the highway' which Sll
Parallels th. railroad ant the
lights on Palm atenin b"L'I\ ";
t in nut and Long-view road. FINEST 10
E "IT other street light In the 'n 49c
Ill if portion of the town nlll ,line, 10 POUNDS FOR
b* dark The tomn* electric light With $2.00 Order
bill Is Ihereb yrnluci .ippr"vimately

Announcement II 000 a year was mad Turn M Dl TACANSLI. 25c I Salmon: .TALL\ 35c

day nlptht that the town marshal I' PINK
W H. \\at\ty\ w III\ appoint deputy -
marshal to act In lids place when Guaranteed FANCY
h* U not. available for duty"Mill's EGGS Shipped 35c I RICE GRAIN 25c

)L1 k ll l>un'I' IIHll- Per Dozen 5 POUNDS

The Dolly Dimple Ire Cream CRACKERS No C. B.All .- JELLOAll -
Store had added to specialties to COFFEE-
its slock "flip," which are frozen 5c Crackers Flavors
Del Monte 15c
fruit Juices, and Ice cream aand11 25c Vacuum34c 2 for .... ... ... .. .. .
Ichf. 6 Boxes ..... ..... ........... Pack, per
The Ic* cream store I* operated
Mowtr street and & W. Second Large CakesW'ilmar's"
3 ivenus. 8 Pound 29C
: "\I 19c Bucket . . 95c 5 for. .. . .
I 1 Pound Jar ...... ...... Save Coupon
At the Seminoie-

, -...--...--..--..."..................., BABYLIMA FANCY NO 2 CANS FOR BIG HOMINY
I J A wife by midnight or lour an Inhcrituncf BEANS CORN
of nearly a million dollarx PEAS '
3C\"S"0. 2'i FOR29C
And the only girl In the. o FANCY DRY-2 POUNDS BEANS 29c
world he anted for a weft( was inafuMlblf
Such I* the predict 25c
went "1 u nice young man nt the '
.I"rt ..r th. story told In riffoii)'*
tiilklnx production Borrow BITTER OR ARMOUR 2 CANS 3 CANS

Wiles." showing Saturd.ty Not. Pork & Beans 15c SPAGHETTI 25c
1, it the Seminole TheatreDirected ;
by Frank Strajor. title I .
story la concerned with, a le ucj'.. NO. 2h! CAN BROKEN SLICES 2 CANS WILSOHn 4 ROLLS
and the whole plot I* mad poailbl
l. because the young man.,. "hoInhcrlta PINEAPPLE 45c TOILET PAPER 19cPR2DUCE
the money ban II I about
being married. life grandfather left
the money to his wife and unload CARROTS

he produces a wife by midnight the 2 BunchesSWEET ...... ... ..15c ME1-ITS
fortune will co to the boy a uncle
Po the boy borrow n site and APPLES Fancy York POTATOES 1 ft- BUTTER In ..Ib.
then not only romantic compllcutlonn 25 44
ensue, but a lot of mrrterlou Imperials 5 Ibs.. ..... C Georgia Yams 5 Ibs JLcCDont Prints per pound.. C
things hapoen In the lonely mountain
lodge that I* the irene ol must BANANAS BACON '

of the story.Thrills I 3 Ibs. for 14c Forget Sliced, per pound! 37c

surprises, uncanny ONIONS -t AJLl1 CHEESE

shadows the surroundings and ahhcry of Lon mystery Chaney'are 3 pounds ...... ..... .... / the makings for Fancy Cream, Ib. 29c

flrxt and last talking picture. 'Th*
t'ohol Three playing at the GRAIJESTokayor'19c 25c
Seminole Theatre Friday and Bat, of Good Beef. Ib.
urduy. Nov. t and T. :
Auction haM an amazing plot of *
circus aide-allow ventriloquist 102 SOUTH KROME AVENUE We Deliver SOUTH FLAGLER AVENUE

midget and a giant banded Into a Phone 15 Phone 40
sinister trlumverat*. and going
through an astonishing adventure '
A* the ventriloquist, rhaney la
able to spring some surprises blmeir -' OR SELF-RISING) j
In the way ot five different J
\oleu II* play the vcntrllo ulmcarrlea BTILLflRD'S
on a conversation with hi* $ .37
dummy enact the role ot an old
woman. with a perfect" Imitation of -
the f..brlt.01... of old age. and i
betide hla vole surprises even THE ONLY SOUTHERN FLOUR WITH !


666 i iI I OBELISK fLOUR 24 Lb. 1.251Thursday ,

Believes a McatUK-lw or Yenra..1 :

In M ..mhiutr, t-herk. a ]I BAG
grits clay and rim a* Malaria Inlhm ,
> ..bI"I I I

666 also in Tablets

THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, October 30,,1930

lContinued From l'a..On'l THE BR RIA -11

...,......... Thursdays at UomeW Livingston, the right to saddle over a million dol- By MIIV! U L. 1M> : MIlItAllUNLMd
L ....., South > I u ... ......: .._. .
> by tin I adv !Ib- lars in bonded indebtedness on the city without -- -
11 I- you happen ;to be down town: Btrattiin-Pnrter like h,'r nan ''oth... '
consulting the wishes of the taxpayers.The .
------1 Wednesday afternoon? And If yousill oUI.doo-.oman..l' IOMIwooda of th.
WWII AltClltn: ...__......._.._Edltof second proposed amendment would allow I and Hi rreatnrra .,"th,,,..
----- Florida to get its share of inheritance taxes did you happen to notice the the story and brings Froikl hack

/ /"as-red .* *ecntt Juno I*. 18U at th* poet office at tree In tin library part? Ve.t.rd. -I .........0' the Umberlost W "ria ".
Ifoewxead, ''111.. Hade the art a' tional burden to the state. This amendment ., afternoon all over the county your chance for thin book It will
Nltrtt 3. 1111. would alSO' prohibit the levying of a tax on the planting be hard to catch at homeA
Girl Scouts were busy
Nit n. rnicr. sa.oo A TF.nNOHOHV income oft or citizens of the state of tree IHd you ever plant tree? new mystery story for the
-- .-- Florida and exempt heads of families from tax It seems a sort of sacred thing to I rental shelf, ''Th. Desert Meow,
ouulto ation on household goods and personal effects to do The girls let m* put In one lor,....," by Kay Clearer 8tra-
hovel' full of Mil. I was afraid ban. There are same who KH It
..n In the ttnitsdPlates. they.are : the amount of $500. "
they would not let me but Rachel la "t h. beat .n. and all oon..ool.It ,
Notoriously treat folk for ex-I'j The provision taking Florida out of the sucker Peterson the Scout leader could I* a "good on*." Three murder

periment but Dna aometlme, column with regard to the .inheritance tax not vlThatand the pleading' look I'll{ and a suicide and all within /

there. run arrow a bit of comes after the declaration that there shall be no my eye. And this tree happen* to mint Hire hundrel and fourteen i
vausa that makes lane-I 1 be one of which I ..m'Ir, foadl pate. Boundi lovely, and I am
one up. I
inheritances. It reads
taxes upon : "provided, the Sacred Bow" and yesterday sure this I* one of the book that
ylderlng Dial the States are. rightly j however, that the Legislature may provide for whUe the girls were planting thla I! will Boon pay out and be oa the .

or wrongly, looked upon *. th.1 the .assessment, levying and collection of a. tax tree my thoughts carried m* mile*! open ahetv.a.Three .
homo of credit systems, partial.payment and mile away, and once attaint good book have just
inheritances or for the levying of estate
accommodation, and"dolkir upon Blood under an old Sacred Bow paid' out and are now on the open
down taxes, not'exceeding in the aggregate the Ire .la Ceylon from the branches ahelvea "Th Growth of the
anddollaraweek"financing amounts which may by any law ${ the United of which fluttered thouandi of Poll," Knut Hamaun; "The Ody. .
anything that tend to States be allowed to be credited against or de- bits of paper and cloth each representing say of a Me Girl" Ruth Vuckow,
stiffen up credit term and make a prayer! And yenterdaya and "Ultlmai Thulo" by Hoary .
ducted from similar tax levied by the
Ii too credulous sucker think any I Mood by watching the girls Handel Rlchardron. It was a happy

"v '. n' and throw** the medium of I United States, and providing that the power of plant this little tree my heart sent I I day when we established the rental -
: 1 the Legislature to levy such inheritance or estate up a prayer too, prayer for Thelittle shelf In our library
i i-.1- ixh, before he Invests In thati : I
trti, for Oil Scouts and I went to the meeting or the
i i'.1. i.ir, ar other unneieeanry 0'1 taxes shall; exist only so long as, and during the for our i'nm lunll". Aa the tree1uroAMi County Federation of Wn", ,n'.

-i' me, must be Boniphing prti I II time, a similar tax is enforced by the United 1 MIII, xiu i- It ulll Khower dolor nt K-ndal Wednmtl iy mornIIIK ,

i n.nel. States against Florida inheritances and estates hi. H-lliKii' "p,,." II'. | And quite nnexperf.' |they
I thi. ml,,I n. w liooks tins, w. 'k. At called upon mu to talk \\ >.II von
I I h_ R w-a well-developed, . .
Inot"e hair "r"rckli Com.'aIlona" knoll how I am. never (1111 Ilimk
.1 '.rii .,iti ortunlled attack The third amendment looks like something .
ty on.I This 10. story Mr*. of anything to sap about ili,_ II.
I reds Apparently It I Is only cooked up in the interest of several big coi I. orations Gen.Stratton I'orl.b"l always; brary >o I lust stood up ,m.l, i.kd

'" g mall, way at present and. 0'1 already operating in Florida. It provides Int.'ti'Jrd to \\r\te.\ u sequel to her I them to give u* acme b...Kmaxaalnea end .
MI. front, bill judging from ". mint popular il. "FreiklM" .
FROM ALL TAXATION FOR 15 no\: And they will b< cam.Mg
..inment arrow the line, the line 1 exemption IIi> Porter met with nn untimely ,! too! E.-cor.o many women
th.. wrench to pld-rtablt>hed YEARS all industrial plants engaged primarilyin I di ith and her daughter Jeannette pmmlwd.SOITH .

tom l-n't too caver*. Indeld, CU"I') the manufacture of Steel vessels, automobile
swami alike It. Listen to thl. .
tires fabrics and wood
textiles pulp, paper, paper DADK'S: CIUMH TO RETAINI1EAL 1
"To all Intent and purposes bags, fiber board automobiles, automobile REPRESL'TATIONv :
there .In a town In Nebraska w
nobody I* In debt" observes hr.// parts, aircraft, aircraft parts, glass! and crockery

Norfolk Virginian-mot. manufactures and the refining of sugar and MARY C. CLARKEOF

town Uloowfleld has a population: oils, including by-pro'ducts or derivitives incident .
Of 1.431, according t* the low canua -
> and la an .agricultural renter to the manufacture of any of the above prod- REDLAND

"with bank, flour milt and butterSactory. ucts." The fiber board, sugar refining and paper M A BF.ItHLICA\' DIDATK FOR

Bloomfield to quote the manufacture suggest the reason. The sugar interests Board of Public Instruction
further, 'b...
Virginia paper lighted and the Celotex interests are already es r
a beacon *f hope th. probably few DISTRICT 3
tablished in the Everglades and $10,000,000
towns will have the hardihood a pa- IN NOVEMBER ELECTION
built in the northwestern Educationally qualified and Intensely Inl., 9ted .
follow, but that Bloomflel.1 to// per factory was recently }
..cbool.I .
In the welfare 01 the
nu reason to regret,' part of the state. They do not need inducement
'f( ,'enll, the IlloomrWd Ch.m'l
or special favors, and the state, counties
b.-r of Commerce persuaded all
business houses In the town t* itopjriNlrt : and cities need the taxes. 1

'. to retail purrha...... The fourth amendment would abolish the ad TIRE

*h..i pinched, of court, aa Th.1| valorem tax on motor vehicles and make the I

h title* 0'0'1.fuiorlle stores Old customers, but If they left) license tax the only form of taxation on motor up

vehicles. This will meet with general approval
WM I the street, they only I enllld.1 ,
,..iilnt another toodnaturedjv. i! as the ad valorem tax is a big nuisance.

ill of '.-..It only Hloomflold reports Every voter should vote on all of the amendments this Fall atBig
that they have got over their.
carefully he votes the candidates.The I
Initial Irrlutlun. and that a* a as as on .
result the merchant of the town constitution of the state is, in fact, more important

fi.ed from the nightmare of old than the men who are going to hold office Savings. -
dents and had debts. hove *o rutth..lr under it.
prices that far from bualneaa I II
leaving 1II00m""loJ. business I.
coming la It from near-by towna !Il'. M. Gnm (tItl'OItATIONi 1 ROYAL. CHATTERfrom do 6 1i
The tea* from Bloomfield aha! IS AI.IIKAOY MO FACTOII theLION'S '

brlriB a word of comment from Th farmer National Drain
the Chicago Journal of Commerce.It .I Corporation, yesterday an Idea, to Remember whom yon are driving

Mnileratanila that the ranhonlypi I day 10 a going cash grain firm fast '0.',* BO later thai ,*orUrea. ..
in. w hick was tried out aa an elperlment .( that handled l .000,000 bushels for, sa Better be on the belt Goodyear -
lost baa been adoptd 'W w
permanently year"Not only afore, .....<10 farmer and 1.000 country va a.rForrest offer In Its latest 1930 types 1,
elKvator during the month ot
but barbers, dentists. and doctors i I / the finest tires Tr produced.Complet .. 'i
July and August rye The FarmI
.m well are mold to have thrown|I Journal. national agricultural' rug of low Sprint It
way their book, and to be doing, monthly. price
their himlnam for cash only." I
Th* wheat poDia which existed
"JuHl how It .. possible for all In the various states, especially In I I banning, agricultural en. Get
., the kouii...lva of a town the site I 11-* southwest and Northwest have tlneer of tho Florida Power our Special Proposition on

: il 'oom'I.I..no matter hw bitHlounifleld largvly I"' nuf entirely a"lII.t.dlI Light Company wa the speaker *t "New Goodyear All Around" d'

.. l.- :- and from ono ....k.* end t. another I Two of the five member of tile ( TueJday.Mr ,
to maintain the Spartan for',,, aecutlv committee of the Cur- Hrannlat poke oa aarlcnltural I
til ode that I Ie neceenary to any no!!'potation! were prominently Identl-1 envlaeerlnt. H* stressed the
lo a partlul-puyment aaleaman, la fled' with pool operation, and hold' seed of business methods In farming -
.i" difficult to underrtand. I(offices n* vlce-prealdent and cec1 and showed the need of Intelligent AND ADDRESS HERE
"Thr Chamber of Couuitorc* at'lUonaiflehl I'1 rotary at the present tint.. A maJorlty > water and front control

says that Ye.ault hive of the officiate of the organ.katlea .l Pr. H. a Wolf head of the
....... '
surpassed the fondest ->' are veteran of the co-oper- lute experiment elation her
t1o..;' that the system I* workingperfectly alive movement, and hues In tine|wave two violin sales. "Italian ,
; and the inference I* pan shown considerable executive j fterenade". tad a Gorman daace.H Value Extraordinary!
tlve that H I* working I 100 par ,
ability .
was accompanied by Mr. J, IHeild. >
cent. It la mid that no business!' rail credit t* five the Farmer* Mia Lola flmo.k Bang'j
had hetmaaenlly left town. but! National for reeur-1 .f1-I1tOndet
: preventing a with Mr*. Mantel Morrl accomIHaylnt 'iIi.ua :
that on the other bund, the low Fence of the tarring eoagtlon. that IBM the plan*.
price prevalllnt a* a result 01' prevailed In terminal market aI Oeeeu were: Mr. and 101.... M. Full
cash trading are attracting fU..j) fear ago. While there hi morelwheel ] P. flartman. Mr. Redd. Dr. J. a Balloons Cords text s"
10'".''* from all star the ..ountr than lat year In I.rnllnalj|Tower Frank R. Rue, M B. Valrbanka terse ;
.1( I* not mad clear whether _beard and gulf elevator by fifteen of Miami Beach. Leonard aOd.&O IUS Ihl'i $.V50Mtfthd.

this. rut. applies to retail business million bunhel. there to nut I!Toy, Or. Wolfe. WWIaN, Booth O. KlxS.OO $tOlO 11010
only. The presumption la that the great eongeetlon Cult ,.al.. ra J. Hnrklw. William Mualhtt.
.._k......* Mill talk about sixty{, "n"\llO". has been salting at .1|Stacy Ha..kl.*. r H. Bterrant, W. u
and Ninety dny and ten and ...n. premium or future, a* It shosld.l!I R. Neton. l" B. Bommen.
ty off when. they do business with Instead of at the big discount of a''
1 tmv ,lllnt selesmew"I, year ago I j I'houses do net thick la term ofprlr CENTRAL FILLING STATION
{ It this achem work In Bloom i OIl the general ,voth>n, will erf, .. Their standard Of success
1 field th* Chicago writer wonder will not the Farmer National be. conalat rather In velum of grain II. G. THURMAN Prop.
".... ahouldnt U work .!*.. a .......,.. the old line grain trade' handled i-untomem pleased. and ,

IN here," M lit disposal to be ravJtioo Thee, profit lands, j Homestead Fla. Phone 52SJPa2"eFour



October 30, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD: LEADER __ ___n tape FiveII

The agricultural titan, of the

II HOMESTEAD HIGH NOTES eighth grade are busily ujn/ilng

I II t Tlie ChurchesBAPTIST I ,.._........... a tree planting fur Tlimxlit h

;; : genuine fortune teller Th beat ID class of senior and Joni''" I high "II'

I'I the south! The future she knows be held responsible fie :ih, pier,

"' w a* well a* we know our a, b, o's Ing and taking Can i ,,", tiMr .

Sunday school 10 a. m., Mr*. Nellie Come one and all ......,.. Oct. II. .'* a dandy! Aren't you anxious I *. Wm. J Kionir kin"ll> joust

Homestead -Tao ft... 0. W.H7alkr Mullln, Miprlntendnt ,reac.. at eight' p. m. and have the tint,, to have the future revealed? Bhe'a the trees which HP Tn 1lw"m tr<. -

paator. Sunday school at Ing at 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m.I.r your iti*. We are positive that Just lonftag te t. caaao* at ,Three trees arc oran Ill. anal >ndMakt
everyone will get a ioIUr" 'worth palm, ,ton thin at.bt.t aU' MautlTvl shad tree The
':U a. ILl L. MoClanaban, uparl&teodent. Epworth League .t I p. year
Preaching at 11 a. ... R..sla..t.--'rlle Rev.. George B. of fua fr ee. young and "old" folk nights, when the witches prowl ..411 2W w aret department dynamited

and ,:.. p. m. B. T P. U. at :Deuel pastor. Sunday school, 10 Ilk*. the black eau meow. )be'btiire aat.Mr FarKet la going'
1:10: p. m.. Water Beck president o'clock. Public worship at 11. The mala attraction .f the ..... This la going te be a real Halloween le MraUa the 'rorapost Everyone

New and Interfiling pro- Epworth League 7:10 p. m. Inc will begin promptly at eight frolic Kata Of all kind* >sTery'MI.|O.S to It'" which claw

tarn each week. W. M. U meetIng Bach Harbor OnmmiHrfty Church .clock. Joe Moment, with tn favor to remewhet H.I\oWtft', will IIht"\1i. largest u. by the

every third Wednesday *f the laland of Key Largo. The R.v. junior high boy and sin grammar contests pony ride, a fish pond end of the year.
month at ':.0 o'clock. E. I. Oetman. pastor. Preaching school girls M assistants, will put and just everything.' IYnlimanHooray

Moraine oermont "CarnraUieu every Sunday at 1:10 p. m.METHODIST on forae big circus acts and athletic W* almost forgot to tell you! The "IUU have |$.00
(twit*. Iff rood! And the Wo are going to have a "Hall of
In ChrtoUan Sentre. Eveningerrntoni In their treasury. W' the upperclassmen
""11' Should W* mot Mr ctlpart about It. III Horrors Inn't your blood chilling are debating upon the

Pray for the Ltaa7"CHRISTIAN \VMl Steno EPISCOPAL(1aurNaHomestead BOOTH-I that you get fully forty minute oftbrllllnf I II ? It you are able to survive I question Of just w hilt ought to be
entertainment for only after going through our "Hall of .
don with the of
nieugi r irnlag
the Itev. L. E. Wright, pastor on* thin dim, just teen cents. I Horrors" we know you'd b* able the said ..n.,.." Wr 111,:10, It proper
Sunday school U I
at a. m.
BCICXCB: Paul Ruuell. superintendentPreaching Besides the main show will bs I to stand anything I and fitting that liter should

Florida City-Droaaway and various side shows that are worth W* want everyone-to.pome! Wo turn It over to their idera the
at 11 a. m. aid 7:10
Sixth trt Sunday school at m. Jr.-Hl League at 1:10 m"p. anyone' time and money. You'll I want to show everyone a good dignified seniors and 'toll 'nialora ,
10:00 a. nt. for pupil under I* p. certainly tills seeing some good tame! Moat of all we want you to' for safe keeping llou> "ir, wo
Senior League at 0 49 m. Prayermeeting
year of sea morning service at p. 'skits It you stay away from the bring your dime ani| we promise II fear they do not trust ',- i
It o'clock. Wednesday evening at 7:10 p. m. Wednesday.Choir .Junior Carnival. Now ther* th* plenty of 11'.) .....*.\tl1..m and "Nqlannorre
practice at 7:10 Friday worth
meeting, which Includes testimonial ing. ston bathing beauty review, and henestjly 'eleven cent of ton for every .1 When we liuiiilrrd ,,' )i senho-
I you'd ner think Homesteadhad dime spent. Tlofliornber, everything
of Christian Silence healing, ,, ., .
Fiber I'aW.-Rev. H. T. Oalnes. more what they III i i nf, T.rcoelMd
1:00 o'clock All are cordially such a group of "",..Utl..." oosta a dlmel Ten cents! '
Sunday school Sunday the reply ill U q '
welcomed. every i I Leave It to the jolly Juniors to A year front now you'll never miss ,
10 a. m. : preaching services planning a part tail' '
cover and present them til ,dl"j ''"" i, I"
i t yI.Seventh I I I ,
'ir first and third Sundays of each [ ili-rinlt arrangent rati i n
cucucn cultist
Remember brine your dime! ,. _, j .
'I ,,,
noim-atcail.-.Corner of Avenue month, at 11 a. m. and 7:19: p. m.| fcithe: made. The upp i d I I.- i
> Also the junior are presetting I Seventh grids spiritOf .
Junior League and Intermediate sun that we mil nn "' i :
A and Fifth street. Bible lesson .
la ; Halloween In Its Jwnes Tluyre. .
18:80 League at 0:10 p. m.: prayer meetIng wonderful doll how Y5u'tel I slon *. w* are a r",--1 I I e'I
a u. 11:10
: commun'on such adorable dajh In! .4<..iilng. on a mMlBlloweenparly. : .
!. m. at T 1'0 p. m. TuesdayPrinceton | never seen I night I will carry off on i 1"" eegrown
Tnuradny at haschttof
doll andlittle
your life. There an MX rats.
The it... II. T. I
doll, pretty dolls and funny] house. TRy are going to Junks
CHURCH OF GOD Gaines, pastor, will preach the I Mir bonfire and
have a eon roast
Honlt'N..d.-R.v. W. 0. Moon first and third Sunday each monthat doll, dancing dolls and alngln'I'wiener and toast ....reh*" III.110".. I I The most Import if I II
pastor, Song service ':U t. m.i t p. m. The Rv. Percy Whit- doll and all kind of Mir Peterson and"Dfra McOuIre, I week I I. the CarnhalV! ;r, plan
are sure that you'll tall'" love nine big on It and an counting on
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; B. C. worth supply pastor, wilt preachthe I the home room teachers will
with our doll and just beg to car.I your presence li n't ill.-,ippolnt
Murphy, superintendent. Preachingat second and fourth Sunday at 11 chaperon with Mr. Puman and "
them home W'llet'
ry you.
It a. m. and ':.0 p. m. Prayer a. m. Mr*. Lehman, the room' mother. net
you In on a secret It you'll prom- A commlle.< of C ma Davis
I meeting every Wednesday; evening.All 'Misting In the entertainment and I
services of this church I'L'\'TEC'OSTAL rnritcii OF lee to tell everyone-there's e"en. Frances I>orw>y, Carrie Bellt Cave
THE "nigger" doll and ran that doll I fun I and Ethel Hooke went to Miami
will be held at the trot during ASSEMBLIES OF GOD : deed
lite taofelMio campaJgn.CHlTtCH Goulds-C C Hansberger, pastor. dance T Just com and me! Seeing Mrs. Webb's Eighth eighth. traders* will again this week to purchase more

Sunday school at ':U a. m.ipreaching | I* believing you knowl ... thing for our .carnival
have a lUllo Saturday
We are going to have a real _
; tangelltlo service
evening at the home of Mr*. C. T.Harper. .
HomuinaA Corner. Mowry BLand at ':U p. m. Mid-week service William Booth I* the nnlor
10:00 a. m., J. M. Holferty, aup.r.Inlend.nt. They are planning on a
8. W. Fourth Avenue, W. A. Thursday st 7:41 p. m. Everybody t) halunch with the Lions this
big time and that the
are sure
Preaching at a. m.
Hello*. paator. Sunday school at welcome ail all services week Horn of us, about at the"S's"
'liook aid goblin won't art them.
>ov 2-Hcrninn toiiUiHlarlHllan
10; preaching at 11 a. m. and ':10 are wondering It our chance
ItlHWlilp." Tate Eighth grad ono I* a very
p. m; Prayer meeting Thursdayat PREITTERIAJIlonmatewd.Grammar will ever come
I nll.I,'. Ihirt of the aim ofwry proud claaal lielng, the first to
':'0 p. m. A hearty welcome to school your Beyond the above and the tt
rhurrli .....hoe I* the up- have twenty perfect days of attendance
011. auditorium. The Rv. John C. that we are working bird w(, dq
they received the reward -
building of rltanwlcr. vote
l'rtnortoD-Th. Ilev. F. W.Xoohler. Qekeler, pastor. Sunday school at
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Society at t p. m. Midweek prayer *
meetingery Wednesday at BREATH OFFEND?

'P.fit.m.OIlD'-1'h.EPISCOPAL rt.... C P Jack- PROBABLYMany l. .1.1I

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in: service and sermon at 11 a. m. persons are I
not welcomed at social gather-
E\AXGEU :u"LtTlnn.Un..lIaad.Tb. ; :
Rev. E. L. WledonmaiM Ingi because their breath It

pastor. English services bad. Don't be one of thorn.

every second Sunday at I p. m.: Make lure that your breath It
Bliss Potato I
German services, every fourth sweet and inoffensive by gargling Red
Sunday In each month at I p. m.
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Florida OlrJ.Y.. Timblyn, Infection and Instantly destroys f -

pastor. Sunday school at I p. m.. odori. Lambert Pharmaca 5
Mrs. J. W. Tamblyn, superintend- I 1 1 Seed
.nt. Preaching at I p. m. Prayer Company St. Louis, Mo vn .fI

e meeting Tuesday at 7:10 p m. ,
Young People' Missionary Society LISTERINEends -
Thursday at 7.10 p. m. Junior Missionary .

Society Saturday at I p. m.


Florida tnt, Community Church I 200,000,000 germs We have one car Wyoming Certified Red
-The Rev. J. w. Johnson, pastor,] I

& Bliss Potato Seed due to arrive Oct. 30. This seed I

OUR SPECIALTY. IS produced as high as 300 bushels per acre last year


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Ehl'ht T R E H 0 M EST E AD T.WAn7T ThnveAdiv- fVtnW flft_., IftM -

0 I 1-, Social Events in South Dad I 111 I

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-, I On lone> sentinel ghost on the -

plan were mad for cater one the general public such laws greeted guests Friday night I W. L. Claxton of Ver Beach raise thai l. about $5.000.

launching the P.-T. A. membershipdrive united effort .. will aecur fer when )of,... ell... V. Darnel, Mrs. member of the state Board of "Th first step which moat b*

next week when a committee every child the highest advantage* Vera Bommerlln )Ira. Ceo. A- I Health was tie principal speaker, mad U to pftas what I* knew a*
In physical mental, moral and
competed of Mr*. C. H. }feet- spiritual education. Welt, M". Corbel Geiger and Mrs. at the health program given by the' the Enabling Act which will allow

fanl. Jot... Frank Skill. Mr*. 0. T. There la ao other .rgnl atl'n A. D. Smith entertained the Korea I Woman' Club of Homestead In I. Dade county to appropriate fund Ito t
the Grammar School AuliUrlum
Harper Mr. E. A. Froscher andMr I with one single purpose which em- Clan of the First: Baptlat Tuesday afternoon.Mr. spend on a public health Unit. :
*. J. A. McNeill met at Mr*. bodies all that touch that which Church with a Halloween at
a.d'' party Claxton spoke on diseases In There w* must get behind auI'c.unt
IIIklll'4 tome Wednesday afternoon U Important In school, home Mia Barnea' horn on Kedland
Florida. "Florida thank her commissioner
and put the
The drive will begin Monday morning community road.
Nov. I, and lad through Frt- "No other erganrtatloq Ia..a In the house guests clod aa sunshine.. and fresh air that ahahaan't health unit through."

any, Nov. ,. thoroughly democratic In the true gypsy maldena Spanish' dancer many contagion diseases Dr. M. IX Hartman spoke .n ;
...... ... aa other states and that the attack
M.IFrolGll.r was appointed of the word for there no country bumpkin, sailors, rod are milder, disease In Homestead. "Orange ,
permanent chairman of the r.arb' other trganlaatlon where teacher devils 4 mlnoei, clowns etc. Although PneumoniaIs juice and autiahlne an among ourgreatest '
memlllrshlp drives; Mr*. Margaretio failure. mothera and citizens. may danced fanUtlo dance to radio not nearly aa prevalent, tuberculosis health givers" said Dr I

.le* wa appointed secretary and 'ion In a single' purpose on an equal munlc. Mrs Fred Kuhn won the rates about the same .. Hartman. "Orange Juice prevents )

',,'......r. Mr*. Fred Kdd was at*.,, haul for the good of all. prU when the judge, Mr*. T. J. Florida other itatea Ma nf or the cases In the decay of child..,,'* teeth and I
contracted In north..nu're
pointed leader of the cooununlty 'Tour opportunity for service In Wiggins '*f Miami Mra. Askew are brought'to pyorrhea In frown people; It prevents -
Florida to
MnglBg at P.-T. A. meeting I I membership In thla non-political Smith of Dublin, Da., and M... R. be and. i I scurvy. Sunshine preventsrickets
Of 44 that to
A Wok I* offered a. a prlM to non-partlian, non-commercial or- E. Edward, awarded-a Halloween cue came '['I and help to cure Florida
my notice one time only 171
i hi- test room In the high school lganlaatlon:I will be launched In a horn to the one wearing the bait nye" In closing Dr I Hartman
"nil tl the first room hi the gram I few day*. and we sincerely hope disguise. were Florida born. Tuberculin suggested a miniature golf course
teat show that the
percentage Infected -
nr sfhool 10 get a 10ft member yew will avail yourself of this opportunity At one end of the summer porcha on the school ground "It would
with the
germ In Florida
hip. S ." gypsy tent hud been erected and help boy morally and keep them
I I.
A Meting at high school, junior The :Mowing room mothers her a mystic magician the only vastly lower than In northern out of pool room and off the
states, which 1 I.
'"nil %ini trade room mother U llMve* been announced by Mr*. man allowed at the party, made, partly explainedby street"
the fact that people do not stay
heeled Mr Friday: afterimjwi a* Frank chili. chairman Of thegiade awesome revelation to those who Principal L. D. Honimrr' npuko
o'clock la the Oramniar. School room mother: wished to.,look Into the future. around huddled In living rooms and I on the Importance of health in
stoves where
,idlterlura. Grade 1-A, Mr*. B. E. Archer; M... i. Robert Rutland gave germs arecommunicated school children. Ho strewed play
A Tag Pay will b* held on Nov grade 1-B, Mra Oi O Robertson ***. ..ral humvroua reading and by the breath l and outdoor life to build strong

<. election day. Friends and pat and Mr*. P. D. Reams; grade 1-A guests placid bobbing the apple Poorlyentllntod and overcrowded bodies and alert minds. Mr. fk>m-

ni are asked to help the P.-T. ALe Mr*. B, A. Walclln and Mr*. W. R. and othef.'anu.: .. picture shows are one of gear great Moro said that he wa trying to ar.

il money to furnlilt I.sOl book II Bird; grade I-A, Mr.. J. R. I>orry; Mr.. Smith nerved the punch eat danger. In the spread of luberculoal rang a study das where teacher

>r the high reboot library. The I grade '-B, Mrs Dean Baxter and while, Min tucll We.t, MlaiLoulae could study the health of the
southern Association *f Accredited Mra, T. E. Kirby; grade 4-A, Mra. Barnes and Miss 'Bobble) "Hook worm and malaria are child and how to build .up aoSr

High Schools has given Homestead Margaret Heeler aad Mr. B. D. Summcrlln served. the refreshments the two principal diacaae In the students by building strong belle

High fchool until Itll I* ratae the MeQarrahi: grade '.B, Mra. T. J. ef baked apple mouth," said Mr. Claxton, "and w* Six women were voted Into the

"quired number of volume* for Faust: and Mra. W. J. Geronlmo; cannot vaccinate against them. Fifteen Woman' Club of Homestead at a
Guests present were Mr*. Wiggins *
(he ..hoolilb.a.,. The P.-T. A. la grade (-A, Mr*. J. H. Webster million dollar a year are short meeting before the .peakIng .
of Miami
Mra Smith of Georgia '
planning to collect lot volume and gradaA, MY. Frank Skill. Mini pent on medicine to combat these : Mra. J. T. Lewis. M.... B. r,
Craft of Redland, Mra.
i Mil year and 600 next year I diseases. In the louth. Mr. Clax Collier, Mrs. C. H.
: Mra. Bteffanl Mrs.H. .
C. T. Harper chairman of Kuhn, Mra. R. R. Bigger and Mine
Principal 1.. B. summers issued the high school room mother announced Ague Hamilton. Member of thDorcas ton told of the educational c.m.1 I Grady Smith, Mra. V. H. Parker *

the following appeal to parent laHomtend the following: Miss Rachel clan who were proaentwert paign Henry Hanson, head and M.... Jessie )'cCourtn.,.

: 1 Peternon'l seventh grade, Mra.C. ; Mrs. H Grady Smith, teacher 1 Stat Board of Health la puttingon Margaret Harper gave a recitation
Th., object of the P..T. A. to how the people of northern .
H. Parman; Mr*. John Me- Mra. Chaa T. Harper, Mn.flvnmerlln .
( 're'T Oul...'* seventh grade. Mr. LeeLehman Mra. W. E, Lewis, Mr*. Florida how to etamp out malaria. I The stag of the auditorium wa
promote child welfare hi them4. Mra. Webb' "Hook worm can>* eradicatedby beautifully decorated with yellow
; Mary eighth B. D. McOarrah, Mr*. West Mrs I
school, church and com the use of sanitary tblleti." Mr. cosmos by the Garden
grade, hire C T. Harper; 101... C. Harry Cooper, :Mra. Barnes Mr s. Club.
unity; to raise the standards of'me N. Walker eighth grade, 101... H. Edward Mr*. Geiger! )I... A. D. Caxton| explained how the hookworm I
life; to secure more nde- M. Cook: 101... Carl Field1 ninth Smith oM... enter the body through the '
laws I IIl'IIde J. J. :Moor. Mrs F. AIRS BUGLER GIVES SuolII'ln
late for the
care and pro- and Mri I Scott'' ninth grade, L, Moll w./In, Mra. D L. Bowen kin and pane through the bloodstream FOR I1ECENT: BRIDE
of ornen and children. )I.... J. A. smith; John McGulre'stroth :Mr to the Intestine .there It
'? To Chanter M. Redd, Mra. Chelley Mr. Cecil Johnson who before
\ brine Into closer relation ab-orb the nourishment Intendedfor
home and grade. Mr*. B. G. Branch; I Saunders, M... Frank Irwin, her marriage on Sunday of last
the school
that pare the body "The becomespale
its and teacher Pettish WIII..Iev"nth If... W.' M. McMluhael, Mr*. Rain peraon week was bliss Mary Trenttr of
may co-operate grade, 11... O. A. Wet and Mr*. I .. and sick and shows a Kick ofambition
iiltfcently' In the Clark, Mra A. L. Davis, Mr Florida City, was honored with it
training of the lone Hlll'i twelfth grade, M... J. .. and Interest In life; ha I*
lilUI ma Jenkins. Mra. A. A nu. miscellaneous shower at the homeof
| and la develop between .dumv L. Burton. Thel'l a liability Instead of an asset."
Mini Barnes, Mia Wt and I Mr*. H. M fierier In PlerWa
Hummvrlln.WAhl.FH Mr. Claxton told of the county City Frlflnv Avunlnrerses .

..III'n.lIts.: srnuTlr.llTMY.lTIIIUI !{'en. Mra Blanche Chapman, ] ''he.lthlnlh being: established |allover lilting direction for findIng -

*:.\ : >C.i; ]+ O C Madfort Mr. Alice \1 I : :II> TO 1)UX'i the country, "The unit con- the gift were contained In a

Mn> K. U. Miner and H. R. Mn fJuiajle' 1::. Joiner, Mn, OAIIDI.X: ( III MONDAY slate of a full time health officer Ian wedding bell. Refreshmentswere

& huff were boatswain at :bridge and Mr*. M. 1) Coller.I George Wakefield, agricultural a nurse, a sanitary Inspector and served after games and contests
patty 'K..n at Mr*. r-sbaff hunts teacher of Homestead and Redlund an office aaelatant The Inspector' had been enjoyed Guests

"Mm afternoon. *' *f3Mr |, kQ11"1H.\ltli! : : PARTY high schools, will speak to the duty I* to examine the schoolchildren were: Mr and Mrs Cecil Johnson

** T. J. Faust won first prizes AT KUHRIH HOME Garden Club at a meeting to beheld oversee the dairies vaccinate Mra. Blanch Chapman Mra Wll-

Mn. Mantel Morris, second; Mr*. Mrs J, f. Rohrer and Mine Isabel Monday at .:00 p. m. at the children when necessary, lard Severy, Mrs Lucy Clln'on.Mrs. .
'r. J. Latchworth. third; Mr. OK' Matt-en entertained their Sunday Hotel Butler on Mowry afreet Mr. prescribe diets for them, etc. It I Jesse. Simmons M... E. J.

n Victor, fourth; Mr*. harry l lHlnjf. achool claa wtjh a masque- WakerUda will peak on his work will I coat about $1T,00 to finance Rhodes, Mr*. Qrelibach Mr. J. D.

fifth and Mr*. William Mur.' ratio Halloween party at M... Roh and will give advice on annuala. k health unit for Dade county; of 1 I Cohernour, Mr. W. H. Worley.

uhy, the connolatlon. | rer' home Wednesday night. Aa election of officers will be this the county would have Mrs Maude Whitehead, Mr. J. W.

Thee present wr: Mr. JamesM. Witch game and Hunt furnished held. about $11,01)0. The Caves, Mra. J. B. Russell :Mrs. J.
Core of Miami, Mrs Harry Hlnr the evening entertainment The public I* cordially Invited to ernment, the >to'ral"l I !8.! Caves, Mrs. Lloyd Delta and

Mra. Robert Boyer, Mr*. Ed t!:1| punch, cake and popcorn ball attend all meeting of the Garden Roosevelt Institute will Biro, J. T. Rohrer.
Qallaher. Mr. Ralph Edwards War served. Club. I giving halt of the aunt the (Continued on Pare Nine)

Mr*. Albert Cave. Mr*. John Vlc. Guests present were: Bad .. .... .
for Mr*. O. J. cklnr.vMrs. J. H. Chapman, Janet Sever, Loll ioi IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IlIIlIlIlIIlIn''III 1 1111 IIIIIIIU 1111111 ]

.. Webster, Mrs Frank Skill, Mrt Whitehead Josephine and Emily iUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli
Murphy Mr*. Laura
McClung Cant*. Velm Hancock Dorothy
MM Kenneth K. Clark, Mrs Al Degler, Mary Torlae, Benny Meyer,
bert Hinman, Mr. Carl Dodos, Eveal Lewie. Richard Mattaon
Mr. W. E. Rheney, Mr*. Henry George Walker, Earl Rohrer Howard Jersey Ice Cream

Brooker. Jr.. ),I.... Mancel M.r* Thompson, Wesley Sever' Luther I I

rle. Mr, Frank Morris M... Pree* Robert, Perry Coggm andJ.

ton Bird Mr*. C. H. Parman. 101... B. and Oscar Conlnger.

ewe Lehman Mr. Frank Haul- ,

man, Ain Given Victor. 101.... MlM OWEN SPEAKS TO

tchworth., Mr* w K. Walton. GIRL fitmTS IN: MIAMI I 2 PINT I

Mra. Landon Carney, Mr*. W. Bit j! Th Homestead Girl Scout troop

Hh/tman, Mra. Cha*. T. Fucha: wai present In Miami Sunday afternoon ,,= .
Jr.. M... Faust Mr*. K. A. An*, when Mr*. Ruth Bryan ,= ===

Mr* Frank B. Rue, )I.... flchaff. Owen spoke on Tltlaenahlp" In E

Mr*. Miner, Mia Ana Polk and Bayfront Park.Catherine POR

Mia Bernlc Grave, Harper repnented the = 1 -

Homestead actions on the platform.The -
little were taken vp In eonfurmlehed
W. O. W. CIRCLE MEKTI.NGMr by }sin. C. T.

*. Myrtle Depots *f Ft. Pierce, ,J. A. lIcNelll and Gordon I 31c I

state president of the Woodman' Those who attended ...HarPer'j

Circle, was present In the J. O 0. McNelll, Jenny and Ruth

F K hall Thursday night when mintbera ;Lash Oldlof Elisabeth =
Initiated Mn. Allle Defiler Pennine-ton. Virginia

to the local Circle.: J1I1 1 Geraldm Delta Catherine "Huel//e. AT E

: lire. I>epew gave an Int ..atln'll Evelyn Camber Jean Pa.".." == =-
talk on the old I. opl.'* home and cilia Harper Helen Halt and riles

the children' home maintained by Rachel Peterson, leader
the Circle and Instructed lacal! I THE DIXIE DRUG i

member In drill work I Th Rev. and Mrs J. W.

Refreshment of a.t.... .nij. 1-MUi' sen, of FlorMa City the R J0l1I1'1

tea were served. I| lor... C. a Nelson of Ft.
Present were: Mra Pp<>w. :Mra. | and Mra K. L Getman at Florida ALL THIS WEEK-THROUGH SUNDAYrue

J. T. Martin ),I.... Defiler, Mra W'll; 'lty were dinner ftieeta *f Mr*.

B. Edwards >>.... B. Branch I Ma* H. 8chwltser last Thursday

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October 30, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Nine

IMLt*. FITZPATRICK GIVES Mr. and Mrs Peters, Mr. and .ft** and asks wr served.

MI.VKR MIKIC.VLE 1.1.... Basher Mr. and Ura brhrHM. These present were: Mr. and

Social Events Nearly a...., present Friday I Mr. Little
"I and Mrs H. L. HutWn.Mr. Mrs I. Chaddlck Miss

: night when Mrs Annie M.a yJswKltipatrttk aa > Mra. Hyal, )lr. and Mr* Cfea ...../ )4isa More Roblueon.Charlw .
gave a silver musicale E .H Oallaher, M: .. and now ,_.
I Clinton and Mr and Mr.
for the benefit of the Woreas'st per William. Mr. and 1\1... Pepper

'lub of the Redland at the club Mr. and Mr.. R. T. burr Mr. and Chandler.itI.INAl.
: I house. Mr Henderson. Mr.. J. r.. Murray, ItUVN (-H

; IN RESOLUTION VOTED BY FEDERATIONA Mrs. Oe*. E. Postal gave a short Mrs Margaret l .ntls. Mr*. Law*. 'L'I114 UROAMI.DTh ;

talk on murk Mr .
-- Minnie I.eHequett Mra. N.
Rolland boy ..1{ lub met
protest, again the noisy radio of plans made for the four The program follows: L. Phillips, Mr*. A, W. UVIeke
I I Unl-t'rt.kll from Rhspsodto and orgnld Friday at the Red-
', untwine was registered by the Mrs T. T. Stevens, president of and Bart Howard.MRS. .
the Dade County federation Barsb Henderson and Carol Hen land OI'hnol.I .
Federation of Wom : :
I Dade County I
the meeting. Mr. Thomas dersoo.8a.enger HIK FXTITHTAINSIUIX The following officer wr
t en's riotg; yesterday when a resolution -Mountain Maid and OK RHINE 'LID '
Brewer of Redland federation ( I elected: president Krni-st: Nell;

A .is unanimously' adopted ata I treasurer made a report on nna.At .- Auer-Marching Hong, violins 'I The 11.1. _r Shine Club met, at |I v1o-r.reM, Swell fhalker;

m<" tIng held at the county home ces. the Invitation of the president Thomas Lee Campbell. l>ale Hen the both *f Mrs, Frank H. Hue 1 secretary and treasurer Donald

Kendall asking the Miami city Mrs. L. L. Bow ef Homestead derson. Katharine Vans, Lola i Tuesday afteraoon. After the i Ames cheer leader Carle Austen;

at I talked about the Homestead library Walker Virginia Hedge. France gueat had arrived they discoveredthat I reporter, Vernon Tumor and *
t'Omml--lon te pas an ordinance i of which she la librarian Fltapatrick. Alta Webster Nina It was Harvey Rue' ninth Msor, C. U. Itsffanl.Mary .

I regulating the volume of sound at and mad a request for donation of Pearl Buchi: xylophone Otha birthday so the meeting wa* turned

which radios may b. operated any books that tbs club women Hackler; piano, Louts Lone 1-'"'- Into a celebration.Th Hells Ulbb was leader

i Itedland with 11 representative could spare, patrlck.VlrgU. house waD decorated for Sunday afternoon when tile Methodist .

bad the largest delegation at the Redland District women present -May. Breeaes, Dorothy Halloween with crap paper lantern Junior High league met In
meeting Included: Mrs. Jay almost, ROM *; the table! was gay with the Whit Mona Church

I Edith N. Atkinson judge of the Mr. Jams J. Moore, Mr*. Dan U. WllsonCndl Kong, Alta Webster bright colored napkins. Nine boy and nine girl were

Jmcnlle court, served as official Roberts, Mr. Clna Stewa't. Mr.. Nina Pearl Bush, Lola Walker There was, a birthday cake with prevent making Sunday' score

hasten and welcomed the club Kenneth K. Clark. ).... Martha (vloUnst Elisabeth Skill piano. pink icing and nine pink candle*. even In the attendance contest

women to the home, the operation Lang, Miss Entelle M. Turner M.... Ascher, -Holiday Time, Valer Ice cream and cake were servedto Mrs. Margaret Roster I I. the new

of whl-h was explained by Mrs. Viola Douberley, 111,.. Alma Good- Fitch and Elva Hill.IdlerPageTwo. tile children. superintendent.

France' Branamnn Its superintend son, Mrs. C. H. Schumacher. Mrs. Folk 9<>ng.. Those present were: Mra. Frank Evelyn Smith lajeader' for next

MI. Mrs. Atklnnon described H. E. Schumacher Mrs. n. Kufcldt Paul Hue. triangle: Harvey Rue Pklll and daughter Elisabeth, Mrs.O. Sunday

the cork accomplished by the I Mrs. J. T. McOnllough. Mrs. drum; Alice Penny, tambourine; J. Hackler, Mrs. Fred Hedd and

aunty home In caring for bothfliililKMt I C.: A. Haines: Mrs. George W.: Turner I Eva Roberta tambourine: Ethel daughter. Teresa and Annabel -...-.....-.-...-........-.......

and the aged.Hie Mrs. A. Erprabach Mr. W. Roberta and Virginia Porsey Cymbals Mrs. lIIa..e..tto"'", and SOB, The Calendar

"; eaker i of the afternoon D. Mahan. Mrv. I. H. Prltchard.Mra. ; Pbyllln Parman, gog.itohrer IfenYils, Mrr. Lena Know* and ......_.... ..... .. n a...."".,."-

e 11 \ln., May Cornell otter \\ b* August Heuer, Mr*. H. A.1 -Home 'rein fc-hool : son, Theodore. M re. J. IL Webster I Oct i-Thr Junior C'lol.> Of
i.intl\ icturncd front u pllgrlm- (.*BMOB.*). Alice Penny. I and daughter Alts. Mis Dormice .
Waldln, Mrs. J. Dobbin. Mrs. Ueo. Homestead' high school, nlll gi.! a
i i- i II< ,id. faith the old Star Ind, E. Deuel Mm. M. J. Rrownlow.Mi Evana-Yellow Butterflies, Lola. Graves and Rex Fault.H Hallow-n rarnhal In the (1,0, II.

11"s' i !I' .n.... Her ."hkru .. Seymour Dam, Mrs. I.enal Roberts and Beasts Robert I:I mar dchoi/i auditor HimOct.
t( uliinnl, Motherhood. A twu- | Woodbury Mra. H. M. Degler Anon-Aloha i>e, Eva MUtolUB, < K.M MOTIIDIW TO
I -Htnlnr Of II-, 01 t'l*
I Hawaiian guitar. MI.I: ,
inn Inner was served at the'h Frank Reel. Mrs L. I.. flow PICK FRin.iv
oagood -- Chromatic Ca price.Margnrlte Pie and hot 'otre.11I Methodist Jr.-lll I.c.iirue will rr-i"
<>mi> The clubwomen visited the William Mark Mm. be sold
Brown MN'I la the White Stone fhiir h 01 i i ito
P(1 nool, the hospital and the W. Turner, .'.. Mr*. N. (J. Wallam. Friday afternoon In the old Rexall
durml'l Clark- torchlight March Margaret tore next to Crt/..'. the afternoon.
tortes Of the boy., girl a Mrs. E. Pharmacy by
A. Knnls Mrs. I,. I.
male will 1.h t.i>
( -. It-A ph
and omen.. Mr.. William Mr Metterrah and Louie Long AIM T. E. Kirby and Mr*. Dean
Dunlop. W. old Revolt store next toCrow'
Thirty-two Of the 14 dubs In the Crocker, Mra. Frank King, )[rL E.1A Flti|>atrlck. poster, room mothers for Miss
: Dancla-Fifth Air and Variation Hula na,'. third grade. Pharmacy.Oct.
county were represented at the Pies will
Carter, Mra Thomas Br."" "E'I
meeting. Each club made a report Mr*. J. W. A,*ry. *- France Dorsey.Oodard be auld by the .......*.or whole. The SI-Th* W.I,. I1 of the
-Walti In B Flat Helen money raised at the sale will go to Methodist Church will" meet In the

Lehman. buy book. for Miss II.,'. reoni. j I church at 8:00: p. In.Mt. ,
Il.ll.l/m KKX SOCIAL 111,.. Dexter Smith M... Bert t I Olcutt-My Wild Irish Rose, ( II-The T.: O. 0. F and the

GIVEN: HY W. M. 1% Branch Mr. Henry Brooker, Jr.. xylophone Otha Hackler violin 1'l Ol'HLF: (1,1-11 MKtTS: will give a Halloween

Nearly 4* were present Frlda]y Mr. E. Bailey, Mra. Hobson, s.I France Fitzpatrick piano Louie AT IItJt IttllllltX('.: I celebration In the 1. 'O. O. )', hall.
night when the W. M. U. of th,. Mary Morris Mrs Blanch Chap- Long FlUpatrlck. All Odd Fellows and their wives

While Stone Church gave a Hallo. man. 111... Defiler Allen Eloise Kern-Lltaca; violins Billy The Florida City Pinochle Club Rebekaha and their husband and
Miss Anita Smith, Mist met at the residence of Mr. and house of either are Invited
een measuring party In tbs Worn Bradley, '.Caves, Frances Dorsey, France guests
nn' Club house. Clarabel Smith Ml.* Franrii I'Fitzpatrick, Alta Webster Nina I Mrs. Fred. Henn Friday evening. 1 to attend. A pet hook sapper will

The hall was 1I.'Or.t.dltl h Fltxhugh Miss Alberta and Sloe Pearl Bush mandolin. Bobby Those playing were. Mr. and b* served at ffO o'clock

black cats and b* tea Pac..ttl.a .. Harold flh.ltI.l.t.IIr.. and Nov. t-The Helping Hand SO.
*) a pumpkli Caves; banjo. Archer Bmlth xylophone I
was around each light bulb. Thiflreplnc Ofha Buckler; piano, Louis//M... Lloyd Vets Mr. and Mrs. clety hi sponsoring a masquerade
.> was filled with yIIoconrnoi 'r P..T. A'OFFK tins GO I Long Fltipatrlck. Myers 111 r. andI,PI, Roy dance at the Guild Hull.

and croton leaves. TO DISTRICT .MII-TI\Q Tap done*-Archer Smith, with, Mine M, ve Robinson Nov. I-The Junior W-.ni' m'l

The reception committee waiccmp Five representatives from the hire Miincel Morris at the planu.I Fred Henn. I I I j I Club of Homestead will meet itJ

<>.ed of: Jaron Avery dressednx '1 Homestead 1'.-T. A. attended the I Refreshments were, served by a ::;:- J the clubhouse at TIO p. m
I Nov. The Itedland P. A.
a clews In black and yellow; E: four-county district meeting of committee consisting of Alta B. :1311'FT310\DAY, lilt
A Ennlx attired as Mlra Mary, th,; the Parent-Teacher Association''i i A. Wlldln. Mrs. Seymour Dun and '' The will meet 'In the Redland i- hov
P.-T. A. will" mewl
Flapper, In a 'short dress from held at the Ida M. Fisher high' Mrs. Oeo. Turner, Jr I'I''i house,
Monday night the
at Rodland
'i Nov. The Garden run Mil
..hoolln Miami Beach.
undtr hick Ma trousers protrud I school house.E I I
Classes of Instruction were held' OIRI SOUTH PLANT meet with Mrs. C P:. RutU-r.
('u I
a hat a fan and a false face <
Mr>. June Baker, masked and Iva; In the afternoon. Mra. C. H. Stet;'Till:!: AT LlllltARY J:. McCirty. supervisor ofgrades Nov. I-Mr. and Mrs. J, H.
In Dade county will
Moaer n-_ a Shoot fool president Of the Homestead, Judge Edith M. Atkinson and speak Webster w III entertain the Hupp r
pedal musical program will ba
E. 8. P.-T. A. attended the conference "'re. H.II.. Matheson traaaurar of Bridge Club
Cnpltnger was offlrlnnii'UKuror. I given.
of presidents; Mrs. Frank Skill attended i I the Dad county council of Girl Nov. -The sewing fin-It of
cms cent was charged I' Prlies will" b awarded
to the
W. O. W. Circle will meet at
I the grade room mothers Scout were present yesterday
for oAery Inch of waist measureMr. I rooms which, have already reacheda
i I school of Instruction, Mra. John afternoon when the HomesteadOlrl the horn of Mrs. T. T. BowenNov.
Ennls nearly caused a rlulII'h.n 100% membership.
C. Oekeler attended the school *f Scout planted a tree on the -Th* Homestead PT. A
\ he
modestly attempted t o
will, meet 1:1* In the afternonr.In ,
Instruction In programs) Mrs. C. Municipal Library ground at
remove some money from hli Mn. AND: JIm!!. CIIA\IILIK: School
trouser pocket without raising hlidres I T. Harper attended the high schoolroom The tree planting was part of aprogram IIOSTN AT I'lVfKlll.i:
mothers school of Instructionand which, lum.
of tree planting
Mr. and Ain Roy Chandler
were 1'Io111'11. Princeton How
Mra. J. A. McNeill attended the was being carried out by Olrl *
In th. peanut bunt which followed
hosts night at pinochleparty
Saturday a
Demonstration Club will meet I"
; Instruction class,
the Rev. L. E, Wright waic.iptaln publicity Scout all over Dad county yes given at their home on the clubhouse of the Woman'.
of one aid while Stacy, :: terday. The tree planted was a
COMI'B CLI'D MEETS Eighth street. Refreshments Club ef Princeton.iRebekah .
Hawkins sacred mohab. a native of Mesopotamia
tad the other. Att.r.I \\ITH MR*. HAl'KM.AX

mad and merry scramble the Rev Yellow comus zinnias and marigold where Mohammedans
Wright's side won. Other games consider It sacred. The parent
: decorated,, home of Mrs.
followed tree In Mesopotamia I* thirty
under the direction ofMrs.
Frank Hau..an when the Cantos
J. To. Davis assrrted by Mrs Club met Tuesday night. feet In diameter and was planted

Stacy Hawkins, lit years B. C. j
Four tables of bridge were, In Semi.beatr4
The The ground was prepared by C.
Chamber of Horror was
play. tetra W. K. Walt,*n won high
well patronised. N. Huddleston of the city park department.
? were for women and C. H. Parma I
Refreshments! of punch and i high score for nlln.I Everyone present w**
cookie Invited to In shovelful of
wore served by Mrs Ennls Those p..n.r..1 Mr. and put a

)Ir.. L. t. Price and Mrs. J. W. I Mra. E. n.. Hln.., Sir, and Mr. 1 dirt.Girl GOOD $Ot'Nl) PIIIC.II lie AND lie

Avery the refreshment committee. L** Lehnun Mr. and )Ir.. Scout present were: Fern MATINEE IIATl'RDAT I P )1 10. AND Ise
'; Vre. Robertson, prbwllla Fread, Mary
nan Mr. and T. J. pa""j RA11HPAY. XIV. t
McNellL Helen Field Jennie and
worth Mr. and Alto Walton 111(; nOflll.K FEATfltK PROOWAM
:SIRS. I: 'Rf. PA('F'rri: GlnK I Ruth Tower, Eatell Bowen" Mary "
and Mra. H. E. He naff. )tr. and "SOLDIEHS ANI WOMEN
i,"!oor.LA\: : un'. Sill)" .:RUro. and Anna Moon, Grace .Field Susan -
Mra. Given Victor. Dr. and Mra. AUo-
: c. E. Johnson was honorguest Hill. Elisabeth Skill Catherine "
Hausnun and H. Rice. "BORROWED WIVESeXAMrr
at a miscellaneous shower at I Harper and Miss Rachel
the home of Mr*. Earl Pacettl[ MHK." HUNK K.NTKRTAIVHi Peterson leader.PRiN'ITON .

Thursday afternoon.Decorations i IIU\A'III UI>IF.M AID AMI '():\IJ\\. XIV. 1 AM I

were fall Homers The Ladles AM Of the. Redland : WOMAX-H crrn Eddie Buzzellwith

and croton leave*. I M. E. Church met at the home HKH '1.1.0\\ HK.\: PARTY Vita phone Vast In

Bridge was played throughout tot Mr. Claud A. Halnea.Mra. Mrs C. H. Popper Mrs. Walter "LITTLE JOHNNY JONES"

the afternoon. Mr*. H. 111, Degler (lee. E. Drool gave a reporton Peterson and Mr*. J. M. Brown AI>DH>--Till' KI-.TTING: H4)>"__ ..f the rrmnl n rekrrtalklns
of Florida City won first prlae. I the book "From Jerusalem To were hostesses Tuesday night when rmiMxHe* with Albert Vaughn end Al I'm.... Anil

and Mr*. Oo sJ-.Joiner won cons..- Jerusalem," Mrs E. A. Bsrnes the Wom.n' Club ot Princetonrave -M>I.K. MATFJt" Kisser Hat HmrtnnnTl

tatlon. tAt ( sang and. M.... Holmes save a pIAno a Halloween bridge at the I>I>AY AND W r: )MO:.tli \T. kOV. 4 AND t

8:10 with Miss Monte Pa.|11I01. clubheuee.Three Betty Compson with Bit Radio Cast in

Patti at the plan MM Frances Hot chocolate. sandwiches, and table of bridge and four "MIDNIGHT MYSTERY"AOIo.Hn'T

FlUhutb entered drad as a Halloween cookie were served. I tables of 100 were III play. Mrs D.
: THE TKJKIf-All Talking Crmnly and
ghost laden with many Those present were: Mrs Deuel 1':. Bsshor won high score In I "MOl,.: MATrat" A Krasy Kt .K_.... ...
beautiful and useful gifts. Later refreshment Mrs. Elisabeth Cast, Mra. Wayne bridge Mr*. J. D. Dyal low ...or..

Of chicken salad sal- Calkma, 101... Da Roberta, Men' Mr*. Cha Behrens WOOl high cor*

tinea ->lIve.. and trod tea, war Oeo. Tamer Jr., Mr*. W. L. Schu In I0.. Mrs. C. N Henderson won

served by Alberts Fact-til and Anita macher DIM David Kufeldt, Mrs. low .c.r.. NURSERY TREES

andlarabel Smith t* the following Oeo. Turner Br. Mr*. Sarah Croft Hot eoffe and pumpkin pie CUrut, "' ........., Royal Palm std *4ker(
guests: Mr* T. T. Howard, )..... E A. Barnes. Mra. Bessie wore served.

Mia l.ucll Booth, link I. L Bran-t Duncan Mrs. )f. J. Brownlow. Miss Those present were Mr. and Jungle Grove

non. Mr*. Q. Joiner Mrs. Mary Pauline Calkins and Miss Dorothy Mr*. Brown Mr. and Mr*. L. O. RedUsMl Road and I'I1un.nmo., RedlaMt FlMM Wit'fhur3day

Cktradorf. at... Edwin Capllnger Halnea. Begrime, Mr and Mr. Dawson, .

Ten THE tin HT EST tn AD LEA n rc T? Thursday. October 30 1930in'ancl'Arounricl _


,uKhtu'. l.uplli. Friday mornliiK

rat 3:011: Hork at the Jackson Mi-

IIII.rllll Hospital In 'ftlaihl.Mi The Redlal1d RattlEI'

I -

'. and Mrs. Qeo. W. KOM|, Jr,
land their young son Klrhard The School With a Spirit:

('h"I... hn>',. moved to a tottuor Published by the Btudimt of n lUnd High School

Homestead rat (hapiiu..: Field. Mr Konel fine I ,.
"'ei-n employed there In the federal
The American History clan *> inline on the nimpur This group
Salons Introduction department
cure .April 1. loss making a special study of currant I* also going u collect book andntnrt
I: event this semester R.port..re
n traveling library. Work ham
l ,. a l.ott small daughter. of low i.nI .l.tr Mr and Mrs. Allen 101", and Mrs Hauerp given by each member" of the claw
already started on this, and anew
each .
It.., .it l :Mm, J. C. Lott or Home1II.iiferid | llonlurlKht In WuycrusH. Oa.'pRiNCETON' ve returned from a summer MondayThe
I'i -. the fans lure Nfb .............. -.- pent in A tta.... Physical Education girl' Ford tuck111 te secured to
1.I plane am planning new uniform ue for this In RedlandDistrict.
.Ih' "iuncs In her arm. near the | purpose

wnlfi while swinging on the playgroin wNNL...............rwN.NNNNINN......-... Mr. and Mr,. Chaa. g. Foster. suit.. Thee group will five ape- .
chat" program during the year. Eighth Gratis
In .it the HomeTead Ormnmnr -
1. ]}. Clement baa returned from who arrived from New Tork lust
The Junior tines I have The eighth grade "'IIlIJI\'e Halloween .
'- hii'l today. She was taken week have Sled to a
t trip op north this. moved Into the Plum-
summer. rtumcl Bcycl bRt'k.with them party Friday night Oct II,
le I It" Post Graduate Hospital -L- tart house on Plummer drive.Mr .
II'|K the bone were set, ngaln. He bas Just returned from at the home of Mia Dorothy 'on
Mr. L fong of+ West
bit home In Atwater, Ohio. at Tennessee road and Bauer
Beach I Is the guest of M... Matllila .*. Chai. A. Halne*. Mr. and drive.
A till I was born to Mr. and Mr. Phillip this week. Mis. P. P. Armstrong and Dwight, Redlond students deeply regret
Junl,,'- W. B! *' ll on Wednesday Jr., CIa ud. Peggy and Buster Arm the automobile accident some or Scu-mli Gnule

night She weighed olKht. pound A. W. McVlckcr spent the weekend strong were guest of Mr, and their member were In Innt week. The officer of the seventh grade

with his family. Mr*. C. A. Haines Paturday. Wt hope Pauline Calkin and Kenneth are: president Onlda Leggett;

Air. und Mr.. Bam Ilrundog of Kyle Kill be back to school vice president Mary Flutter; secretary -

Miami visited Mr, Brundege'' fa- The Wisdom Pa rah and Carol Mrs Ron Robert Mrs. K. K. noon. Pauline suffered a sever and treasurer. Mar Jo limey;

q.i. } M. M. Maser Hundny Hiindnrson, and Allies Ruth Dehren I Clarke, Mrs R. Y. Burr and Mr*. rut on the arm and Kenneth cut cheer lander, Virginia Delaney and
C. N. Henderson attended theI'T. on the head. poncer Mr*. Boieman. The Rudenta -
will represent groups I, I and 4
A. district meeting at tho Much Interest has been takenIn of this clan have been doing
Mi aid Mrs. J. F Rhode.who the Redlnnd 4-H Club girl at
othe Ida M. Fisher high school on Ml- debating In the fourth charcoal sketching In their art
bi,, I i 11 pending the summnr In Junltir 4-H Club council at the year ..
Id i I.,. II. Oa returned home Miami( court bono Paturday. ami Iteaeh Monday English clam during the Inn week.. Much.
Interest has been
Tint 1 I" The pro and con of the following shown In
Mr. anti Mrs. C. K. Penis and ubject have been covered: "Cap- the car of the room and potted ,.
A. W
MtVlrkcr Mr K. plant and vine have been
M! .I WlHKln who hag been I Y. hurt, Mr. J. I.. Murray and Frank IMmlg who have been the ital punishment ahould be abolished decorate It. givento

"o., hi., slsler-ln-law. hire. J.' Mr*. c. 10:. 10loh..nb,,rg r will house guests ot Mr. and Mr*. (r vK. ," "Women voter have Improved 1 To deviate from the usual H,illoeen

II (': .M n., '.. Ufi Tiituy night for attend the (-H Henlor Council at Parker, returned to their homeIn the condition In our "' party different classes -
S, I"" All' I the. court house In Miami Friday. Tampa, Tuesday Plate" "Report of Criminal Trials 1 are

....... ............ . .. I should 1... published Jn the. dully having at this season, the seventhgrade
I IIII' .. .... .. ..........-...... .......... I* going
NNlithe on a hike Frlduv .
H C. Drown aocomaanlediiiiiilwr REDLAND Nantes Simon' I* attending newspapers, and "Pupil should

by h. Mr*. II. F. I pna..,d.K .... Miami t'nlverslty, making the trip report cheating of other student" ninth Grade
I WNIM.N.INIININ.NM.e .LM'INIIIIINW,111" lo the At lilrlk. The ninth grade had a party .
111,1 Mttlor, her cousin ..- university each day. ,
I ,.. ). Huntlngton The last night at the homo
tllr' "I .11 mil Webb city, Mia last J returned Sat boy basket ball team started ot Mr.
,i1. 01 by Mr*. I/eormro" IllnavsiiliiHt spent three month* thin summer.While end at her home on Redland road The prospects seemed good for a were played and refreshment

1.,1, 11..IltI...r left Pun- I I away he witnessed the International winning team this year. The light were served by the committee. The

dip to return to Webb City but I yacht race*. Mr. Pave Ku'rldt'ho ha* beenon on our patio court have been put member ot the class are: MlswMargaret .

MI Ironurd'wlll spend the ,' the sick ll..t I la able to be out In order and night practice will Ames, Lola Behernos,

with 'I..r, daughter 11"1 1 Mr. and Mr*. K. lluckhout Mrs. .gain. I be continued.The Virginia Bush Myrtle Conner
Hollow a r and Mr. and Mrs: E. -- Homertead-Redland football Clara B. Eason Elate Etherldg.

Arthur Bedford ot I'alm Beach .Oakley are expected to return at Mr. and Mr*. Hugh Anderson team will play a game In take Alva Oouman Caroll Henderson

spent| the luttfr part of taint week the end of this week from Tar ry- and ton ware visitor at the home 1 Worth Friday afternoon. The Virginia Hutton Edna Jackson

with Mr. and Mr. W. II Sauls and town N. T., where they had been of Mr. and Mr*. J. F. MrCullough Redland representative have been, Wanlta Leggett Pauline Leggett.

flllllll>. I spending the summer months. this week. showing up exceedingly well on the, Henrietta McOelamary, Jenlce
I iq'uud. River, Freda Rutske, Juanlta .

flu-, George Itunsun and dough J ... I). tiring, who Is new at Hugh M Johnson of Browns I The Junior high boy and girl Talbott Jewell Turner Annie
Itc, Maiy. will arrive flundoy Jhy hi* summer home lit Tarrytown N elite, Texas who I* In Miami attending I basketball team will practice, Maud Tat.*. Carl Oxteeri, Jimmy

.ti'.HI t-r from ,rV'huylklll Haven I I''Y., lll arrive about the middle of a conference ot Peat n every Monday and Wednesday Anderson, Ernest Berneckir, l.e-

whose they have spent the'; November to spend the winter American executive, spent Ponds night. Roy Chamber, Jack "Fletcher

rnn our' month, 'his jnlatial. horn In Silver Point.Afro with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H Uoilll Kosol took a t unity)* In, Rudolf Goodman William Jackson -
W. Johnson. banks ball practice 1'dar l afternoon Raltoy Maoey and Barnet

TI,. )\1'" John C. Oakelnr and France* tWtn.1JJ returned her .. ...NNIIN111111111.lilt. al,11NI/III. and wfntrhed the ligament, Taylor.
duties a* teacher of In her left Five of the Redland
:J M llultvrty attended the fall the third grad FLORIDA CITY knee.Agriculture schoolteachers
,, la Redland Farm J.lfe Rrhool afteran111nesoftwoweeksInAliaml. j 11 In the elementary departs -
ncs-i''' r the Mta.nl'
11 Presbyter
Ir, M, .'"hll'. Presbyterian ChurchIt ( ..u....LNn................_..?.....M..nw The Red land agriculture Jment I' are planning to attend the

At., ml Tuesday The Rev. .:. t. Ontman ..eturn.d1""Ia are building a miniature gulf course In public school art to beheld

Earl Huitoon, new mathematic from Vero Roach where h.w.nl w.1| at the Central School buildIng -
teacher of Redland High School been visiting her daughter, Mr*. I on Ort ao, In Miami
I : II preceding .
I'nrui, president of the Wednesday to
J Brooks
| who moved lo thin section two visit hill returned to her hoax' I Evelyn Chamber fell and broke
t' mi 'IK aural Co., manufacturers .daughter, Mr*. Pan Lelfth- In Miami
week Monday She woe HIcompanled l her
'" ii iipmem sulphate, arrived 1 In ago will bring his family er. right arm while swinging on
alien *n.Wednesday. night for aI" down from Lemon City to Join him The. Rev. and Afro. C. O. Nelson Ilrook to Miami by Mr. I the new trapeze bar just Innulled

,n..,,,,. M,>II will Frank I). R.., this week. They will live In the left Friday" morning for their home who and the Rev. J. Tamblyn. I In the Junior High gym. The urolident -
teaeherage. spent. the day In that clt>. ; occurred
.., K-I i or the FlorMk Boat coast In Ft. Myers after having spent Tuesday

"I".rl'II. two week In Florida City making -1 I
I" I Ii Mr and hire August Heuer ot repair to their cottage on Palmavenue Mr*. Joe Done I* Improving after I USE

'I'" i lined returned Puturdyy Atlanta arrived Friday t* make an 1 and renewing old acquaint an attack of lllneae whib confined ; i MANGANESE
extended visit with her to nr bed lat vvoek
.111, teller's s
i .I,"'ding severalmonth* with 1 I hoes Mr Nelson was pastor othe --- --
brotherV. ft. letter, and his --
i I' "rats In Brook Haven Miss.I Florida City CommunityChurch I
nephew John Heuer. tl Everett flevery of Miami *pnt "
year ago
I j and' the week-end In Florida City with I
I | Mi' ,nl Mr, A. A. Itiunwy 1 .. -
JMI Mr*. M. Houlihan of Tampa air. and Mr*. 1. Chaddlck and his father J. A, Bevery.
l.i.Un Ann I<*a were guest 1 |
ix-ht the week end with her broth blind Ullle
V>C MI mid Mrs. W. Jo:. nusavy In 1 Chandler of Coral Oa- idiom
Jl In 11,1 v..In.I.,, and sister, Mr and hire. hiss visited over the last weekend Irene Rohrer who to attending .
,f. A. Hame*. with Mr.' and Mrs Roy business collage In Miami.United :
I Chandler. In Florida City aver. the ,
Ali" W. IT. Hauls
spent Wedne*> Mr and Mr*. Jay Pinions b.. last week-end with her. parent,'
day .nd Thursday. a* the guest oAlt f
1 caw rand parent last week when Mrs. Blithe' Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Rohrer. j
of Miami
; .nil Mr*. \VM] Andorson at was a guest
,, I thai The Rev. and Mr.
tlllui and daughter at the home of Mr. and Mr. Johnson i ileft
Palm. (jjMrx .. sad Mrs Hugh Kavney of I ICortt Charles Decker lost week. Monday for a business trip In'': I

.1 Oublesy" announced the birth North Florida! They expect to return .1
W. II. Saul of tlometeadvlallrd ,lit e seven anti In time for :Mr. :
a halt pounds Oroover Becker Johnson to' 0
has been
Mary I* tha Tyro In Pfcff '
..ti fill his pulpit at the Florida
tine Miinday. Mary Loathe who I* I ........-___,......__ visiting with his parent, Ain and City
\\i l .rril ted with Infantile psralysls. Mr*. Charles Becker, spent several ,Community 'ChurchSunday.. I General
han "nwt. returned from the Hhrln- days In West Palm Beach laweek. "t Mr.*. :J. M. Leach left today
WalkOverInvites Inj
.r- Mr Becker expect to spen. d
Hospital In Greenville N. C.w ., '
with '
the winter In Florida City I company her daughter Mr. Public Utilities
hershe has
been taking a fours e., Jam* M. Canon for Key Wect
of trt'iittnent. Hhe I* much Imiliruv.d where, they will
spend week'
Mr. Paulo report Mr. Mary "...tlnlJ. who had vacation. a 'i Hum Mr* I ,
"lIIlllIulIlIlI"1"' ,.............,.............................. .. -. ..... _u. _... .. .. ...u
(l. It Drown who became 111 the :!tunununnunnunuuuuuuinunuuluniuuu J / miuiu! "fultuintutnuuiuilununuuunniwnuiuumuuiulull! _

J'rldiiy I I. reported to be Imp.o..1{

Ing. __ 'I I I patronageof S THEODORE ROOSEVELT !

Mi* Luis Brawn '- .
returned Monday
*K:,rry man mm mane of file tone 3
from a visit to her brulher-ln-1 10 the uphulkllix of Ihe prunrimkHi I J. 3

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Thursday, October 30, 1930 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Page Eleven

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I IternlBg I American women of thi
HOMESTEAD HIGH eighties a* depicted by Mary Rob!

I ertf Rlnehart In the first :r CLASSIFIED ADSRATE
'I SCHOOL NOTES of her life story appearing In th.1 !vot>.of Ai|>ur.tl
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current tame at Good HoueeheepIng -
"ontlnued From Pogo Five) Magaalne ,THAT W. H. BOOM, holder aa at. : Float hiMrtlon IH arlne; uhra.unt Ineertlon

1 I algae of Naranja Drainage Tn IlL
pot data venture to stale martHlmary With the femlnln freedom I* alln*

It of ,Certificate No.. a, I, t. 11, 11 and ..
present tate developmenti .
Th modern Eurpocaa Matercis" It, dated the Ith day of Augur
At I i la hard to remember the elate FORD TRt't'lCfoe sale < h.npKscellvnt >'
had xclttnr time I..t'' A, D. HIS ha. filed amid certlfl I FOR RENT --1
aye" of women In the tat eighth," condition Vellot0house
rates In office and has mad
Thursday morning when ail of Itmember my
says "Economically, they ,,.h'l application for tax deed I* luau RENT-N..I' decorated apt. on Wear road b-iwit
debated. The questlofor FQH
almost helpless. Unmarried In accordance with law. hid car 1Y 1 I' Silver Pali. and Halnlln dilv*.
"Reolvdi that the Very convenient for ,
debut was of good family had practically n IMcstes embrace the folio In,
American Revolution had more Influenc :I described. propertied situated In N. W. Stir street.FOR I! Felt HALE-Big lit mowing ma-
resource They could resort t
Dad Florida, to-wlt: '
on the French Rvolutloi thin In fired clan shape Apply -
the needle, or open their housei i
than the writing of the Franc NVi of NWH of Portion 19 RENT-One unfurnished ./ld W. P. Myrlck II, Kroin:
to If
paying guests or sufflclentlltrained I Town.blp" South Rang U I'
phlloswpheni." It was a food d*- they could teach school, East, containing 10 acres more o' two furnished pottage. Apply 1K. I

bale with "hot" argument on each Also In dire they could lea*. In the county of lads, slat Matthew II 8. W. Ird Ave FOR BALK-White thins* gom

side, Nancy Barer, Lucy Ball, emergency I of Florida I a* embraced In Certlflrai I eggs letting of a, tl.*-I. Noah
Into Thti
go shop a* Mleiwomen.
No. The aaaeaament
and Evelyir-llmHh-Jormd the aI(. FOR RENT-Tw* unf.rnlaheihouaea I 1'r/pee Hoinrslead. Fla, *>i Tel-
lust, however Implied a loss of to. bald property umtmvjhe said oar
firmatlt aide while Miriam Burton .I teal status, and all of them Implied tlflcai Issued ..... In the name of and one beautifully a/ld tor road H, mil west of Hedlandread

Anita Smith and Bernice Me L'nknoan. completely furnished house In'' ; H mile from jungle ilrov
I toe that the men of
Been held the nrgatlv1 aide. Thl family could not support th'l GU of .NEK. NETowIan/M 8VU Flak Manor. Mr. John Victor or Redlanil |>o tfflce.
delivered before the of Hectlen I, p I 7
debate ass III-W.
womenklnd. Aim there were Doll South, Range 0s Eat, contalnlni, phone
third period study hall, memberof a limited number of ouch positions., 110 acres, more or less In tho .
the history claaa, Mr. Bommen. county of Dad, state of Florida. FOR RENT-Nice roomy well fur : ------ -
"The result was that Innumerable aa embraced In Certificate No. I. WANTED---Dls harrow. ]Meat be
Mr. McGuire and the judge Th nicked apartment. (..I.hI..t.r'urnl.h.d.
women found themselves dependent The assessment of said proper;, In good shape and cheap- Apply"Harrow" "
., judges, Mr*. Hill and Mr*. Fleldi. MO a month. Also
for home, for their clothIng under the aid certificate issue Leader off! '
decided In favor of the negatlv* wa* In the name of Unknown. comfortable bedrooms night 01weekly. rare "
and the food they ate onother
side a. they mad eight point very E% of Ett of NWli of NEV n.t.... right. Mr*. I-em
and often reluctant member WANTIC11-.Allisefor aKInm.
with the arirmatl\ scoring onl;,; of Section I, Township (T South Lawrence, Moffett Apt. on.I
; four of their famllle Their alt- \Rang l. Baat. containing 10 block west city h..ll. I Frankl'n, Tampa Fla.
I uatlon was always humiliating and acre, more or lea. In the count],
Other School NMOI
often actually wretched. They had of ddeln of Florida as rm I Willie stopped a caliliar by
I. T. Pearson visited the school Certificate No.: I. Thi SALE
"ltU" Often shifted FOR standing on the track;
they were ,
last Thursday.Mr. ''no I assessment at mid property undo
and Mr. McGuire spent thl one branch of the family to tha: said certificate Issued .... In I It gave his ayrtent qu
another, Th disagreeable work the name of Unknown. opt nach His .Inter* now wear
Miami the FOR! SALE--C'hlnesw I
week in attending
end I....* for them the outworn clothIng NEK of SWIG of Section Trovtnahlp and ......d. Spinach greens black..:"'.
University football game. plant
40 East.
17 South, Rang
the least habitable of theroom.
I and
Mr. Bom inert went to Mlum containing 40 acre more or leas He a pound. Avoiadoa

Monday to a..e about getting book .. ... In the county of Dado elate ot ISO each. Egg fruit (llnul 2110 NOTICE

for our library. We are hoplni,. Of her own mother Mr. Hlne- Florida a* embraced In Certlfl a dm. Junml.'B sorrel <'Iurldo Notice la hereby given that theundersigned
The assessment
No. 11. amid
for ,ood"eeult.. I hart write that "nothing was ever cute property under the mid rertlflcat cranberry), lOe a qL nigh' tilth.will ItIO on apply Tuesday to, November the

Homestead lout the footbal an Immaculate a* her house, so leaved was In .th* name of blooming cereus fruit, tic eachUuavaa honorable I'ly O. Thompson one

game taut Friday, but It was the, : white a* the oilcloth I an the kitchentable L'nknown. guava Juice and guavi of the Judges of the Circuit > ourtof

first gain that wa have succeeds, *, *o red ai the leg of those Lot II to IT nik. 1, Section ITTownship jelly reasonable. Monnlerlnfilanta. the Eleventh Judicial ('tn'lIlt Inand

I table, *o smooth a* her bed.. On IT South, Rang. 40< Jurists Grove, Radland. for Hide County Florida, at
In ecorlng. It was a "wet" garnia "... containing 10 acres, more 01 the Court House In Miami Flurlda,
the boy played In the rain all Saturday morning the brick pavement less, In the county of Lade, stall for an order authorizing the adoption .

four quarter and, the field wacovered .. was scrubbed and reddened 9t Florida, a* embraced In Curt If I. LEGAL NOTICES by the undersigned *f IMI.I'll
''A pall of red wash was prepared, ate No. II. The assessment of' STEWART AKER8. a main .'hlld
In water In place
laid property under the Mid car on ecember I, Kit thi said
broom the Miu.lcr-1. Sale
and with thin and a girl \utttt nt
several Inches deep tlflcat Issued wa In the name 01L'nknown. GIVEN now being In the em and
painted the brick.. On Friday NOTICE IH HKKKBT 1"0' ,
Perhaps *. should be dlncouraged of the underalgned.
every room In the houa wa that under and by virtue of the >' l.d this fill day of tl'tober,
but to the contrary, for wt Lot. II to IT, Blk. t, Portion ITrownahlp l of Forwloaure rendered
turned out, the heavy carpets II Final wre nl"o.
IT South, Rang
Lake Worth thli pending
Intend to meet In that certain cause RALPH STEWART AKKI1H.THEI.MA ;: .
swept, the heavy furniture moved Bait, containing 10 acres, more 01
Friday. Everyone can win. bul J. AKER8
1 ear. In the county of Bode, slati Eleventh
everyone can't loa with a .m II. about.In ot Florida, as embraced In Certlflcat which Al- Oct.' II, II, 10. Nov. 0. II.NOTK .
of thinmaterial. Dud County, Florida In ---
the spring "quantltlea
and determination to on. Wi No. II. Th.lIment ofold '
a gO lie IMnelll, Joined by her husband ''KNolle
were bought, a seamstress property under the said cerIficat
I do have grill and next" friend. Joe Pirn-Ill. Is la hereby given hilt the
came In to help my mother, leaved. was In the name ofnknown. complainant and Parma Santo, undersigned will on Tuesday, November

I .... and the spring sewing commenced. : cold certificate should also known a* Mrs. Joe Plllest. and tith 1110, apply to the
OO. had Unleea Joe Illegal her hueband are defendants Honorable, O. Thompson, one
50 YEARS Yard of lace and embroidery m redeemed according to law. t 'iItied
Equity Case NQ.
being Court
of the Judge of the Circuit
to be whipped on to yard of ruf will luaus thereon the lit da,
-.. .. ,.MMaaaM"YIM.N"ax IOI70-A. the und"rslgned of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In
fles. Petticoats had to ha m.de. ot November A. U. 1110. appointed by
In Chancery, and for Dad County, Florida, at
Every nice girl wore at least I two and three very full one being Dated this fith day of Srutein-' I the Court In IBid decree, will offer the Court Hous In Miami. Florida,
three petticoat, one of which war underneath >er, A. D. )010. for ala at public auction to the for an order authorlalna the idop..
the rule, and generally .:. H. LEATHERMAN
of embroidered whit flannel. I highest and beat bidder for cash lion by the undersigned of Hill It-
a short flannel one to the knee. lork of Circuit Court Lade County south front door of the ftmnle
at the LET MINON AKER8. a ,
Every good housewife laid out being conridnrtd unhealthy tQ.i Flay of lade County. In the ,
lit courthouse child, born on January 10, Illv
: bar husband' clothe each morning i .let any air of any sort strike theabdomen. iy Court Heal, ) city of Miami. Florida on the tot the mid child now being In the
Inserting the etude In his shirt ." [ day of l>ecrmb,,,. A. I). 1M between car and custody of the underIgnod. -
23 10.
O.t. 2. 0. rif eleven o'clockA.
the hour .
\ and brushing his black aim hat.
M. and two o'clock p. m.. the hated this Ith day of October,
Every alngl woman of goodfamily 1 THE FUtflllAMi WHKDtLK NOTICENotice property described In mild decree, A. D. 1110.1lAI.I'H.

who did not Inherit money Oct. at-Lake Worth there. U hereby given that theindenlgnnd situate In Dad County, Florida, STEWART AKEIlfl.TUEI.MA .

wee dependent upon her ret will on Tueaday No- to... It: J. AKER8
atlvea union she could learnsihool Nov. T-Danla, ther*. ember lltb. 1110, apply to the Lot six (I), even f7) and Oct. 1S. II. 10, Nov. I. II.
Nov. II-Lake Worth, here Honorable Lily O. Thompson, onef eight (2), In black eight <(0)< 6
!, for all other professions Nov. II-nanla, here. > the Judges of the Circuit Court of the City of Homestead.
were closed to her. I 0' the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Florida according to amendedand
.. NEWT G.
17- To team her
Nov. n
of the Townof
extended plat
Many women were chronic Invalid InIt for Dad County, Florida at
I he Court House In Miami, .Florida Homestead. Dad County
,, Imply because they could ''ror .n order .uthorlaln the adep- Florida, recorded In Plat Rook Notary Public
not face the condition Imposed MURPHY'S 'Ion by the undersigned of CAROL Four (4) at pan thirty-three

upon them. I ARSON a female child born on (UI, of the Public Record of FIRE ISSIIUNCE AMRI >

These are some of the fact con. TRANSFER CO. >ecembr II. llll. the sold child lade County, Florida. >RED> LINES
Room 1 UrCrnry Arcade low being In the ran and custody Raid sale to be had for the purpose -
", 0' the undersigned. of satisfying sold decree. LEGAL "C!('t:M FoNT*! COM.KfCTLT .
Hauling of Every Description Paled thin llth- day of October, DON E. F'ERHEYItA.General DRAWN

; E. C. CHRONISTER Prompt Service Phone lll-B i. u. itto JAMES: M. CARBON' ERNEHT E. ROBERTS Master In, Chancery. U N. Ignition, Are.

In'BY LEACH CARSON. Solicitor for Complainant


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MeyerArorado will be oiled free with our new oiling machine

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1 Page Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday October 50, 1930 ,;t

juries that would have been fate 'SKIPpm-SPEAKS Mrs Ralph W. Wardwell spoke for wrong with a tire or th* aUtrlugwheel .
to ins of the victim had he no K. H. Ptonoa who waa unable to and that.Mr. Willing lost
s area brought Immediately t* *. preeeot and 11II..... Morllya Haaer control at the ear which left the f

FOUR SUSPECTSIN doctor. :1 AT RALLY HELD spoke for Mra. James C. bHUewood. read and turned Over attar atrlk- I

M M Pauline Calklna who will lag an upturned eturup Both ,
I John Klckard occupied one car,, )I,. and Mr*. frlc ot Miami children wore Hung from the oar; !

FRUIT GROVEContinued Buffered a cut on the upper arm; MONDAY NIGHT song several aong. Mr. Price Alderman'a skull was cruahed between :

which required I glitches to COM. sang "In the Night;" Mr. Price the car and the Mump Leon
( from page one) Kenneth Kyle, who occupied the (ConUaud from Pass One) sang two negro eplrlruela, "I Want received Internal Injarie

-- other flivver with George Fgl< TO B* Ready" and "Wet'. pin'
the three mm ram out of the time. Effcrt wilt be made however Passersby picked "p the victims
and Ernest Neil suffered a cut ar. with Mary. and Pushed them ta a physician at ;
grove and placed sagas fruit, whichthey 'o effect a eompramflw
Ury above the which caused Refreshments of punch and cake
eye Perriii. The Redland Funeral
the Cuban government. r
"er carrying In the truck.got
; him t* lone a dangerous amount ol were served t* thoae present. Horn answered the call
ta and started h 'rf a/f era. Mr. McCahlll told of the aaatwg. for an am- 1
blood before Ji* could reach mod balance
and took
ham Hugged them' younger child
Immediately of a bill which provided f.r.
but they refused to Mop and own "& attention. Rickard and Fogle duty of II,IIH a pound OB a certain 4-Year-OId Boy Killed to the Riverside Hospital at Miami. y
the respective driver
> swerved from the road In an attempt -' wore variety of tobacco grown In As Car Leaves HighwayAlderman Burial took place on Tuesday at J
to run Man .0"n. A. they I AU of the young people are the East Indies and In northern Memorial Park In Miami with tho

4 were pairing him ho boarded It rudau of Radiant High School Florida which la freeing farmer. William, four-year-I Redland Funeral Horn In charge. a

knocked the driver from the steerIng sod they were returning In opposite In northern Florida from the competition old eon of Mr*. A, L. Willing of

wheel and Mailed to drive to direction, from havingat- of Indentured Sumatra labor -! Miami was killed and his three-: MM. It. WllfrAKKR MLS:
hill horn. tended earn rehearsal or practicemeeting A bill has and
been paaaed brother Leon, was *e-
I I One of the men snatched the Ignition at the school when the will become effective In' April 1 Piously Injured when: the automobile I J. K. WhJtaker Homestead

key from the truck and It accident occurred. lilt prohibiting the Importation In which they were riding grocer, received word this week of

uinia to a. halt' The two men riding I 01 any products handled by prison truck a stump and turned over the death ot hi* father Wm. R.

behind got off and cam to the Mrs. Pearl Shirting Dies or Indentured labor which :Mr Mo- ono mile north ot Princeton Bun- Whltaker In Stamboro, Oa, on :I I

>-f runt; one of them stepped upon Of Paralysis Stroke Cahill aald would lessen competition day. Oct. 12.The "

I ,the running hoard and truck Mr. from French Morocco.Mr. Mr*. Willing, accompanied by elder Mr. Whltaker, a veteran -

'Irnhnm on the Jaw. Then the fight tier meter Mr K. L. Hew, T. E. ot the Confederate
Mr pearl M. Shirting, 46, wifeof Skipper who had just returned i army, was 1
I'egan After a time Mr. Graham John L Shirting of Kedland from a trip to Washington Brown Alderman and Leon wa II year old. H* died In hill aleep.

tlth the aid of an Iron pIpe was died Saturday mornlnjt of a stroke poke on the difference In railroad driving down to visit her parent, He I I. survived by four children In

Me' to Induce the men to enter of paralyala.Mr rate hero and In other "' .t.... Mr. and Mr*. L. 8. Harris. of Florl-1 addition to big son here: O. H.

I '. i LIe truck after which he drove Whirling was born In Klalinine "It III a fact" ho said. That a da City, when the accident occur Whltaker of Bristol Tenn.; J. T1.Whllaker .

'hem to HontmrteadTh *, Fla.. 'and cam to the crate of. fruit can be hipped all I red. The cause la not known; the j ot Register 0..i Mr*.
itory ot the knock down Kedlnnd DUtrlct twenty year ago. the way from California to New car was not going feat, but It I t1s Alll Dixon of Htateaboro. and Mr. "

>tnt. drag out rapture of the al.gut Ilurlnl/ we held In Palm Cemetery York at a cheaper rate than from I supposed that something went Anna Cook of Aahevllle N' C .
1 fruit thlete was told at Florida to New York. A crate of I
; ,Pedlind:,.,ting Woman'of grower Club held In .1 with at Naranja the Hev.Haturday(100. E. afternoon Deuol'I fruit can be loaded on a ship In 1 NYYYIY.Y ,Y..IYNN.MMYY/NMN.NHYY/YMYNYINUWY.....N...N.............u."...N._N........... .

I i fight for the purpose of reorgHnla Tuesday. officiating and the Turner Funeral I sent Havana by rail unloaded through at Key Homestead Weal and tot i '" DOLLY DIMPLE

I r lag the Oro.'er*' I'r.t.rtlv.'I' Homo In charge.
At this. Mra. Shining In survived by her I New York for fur lean than a cratocan )
league. Sheriff
meeting 31c ICE CREAM! SPECIAL 31c
lie shipped from Homestead to
: M. P. Lehman announced that he husband John L. Shirting, a
Now York by train. Tho F. E. CI
brother Vernon R. Robinson of
had appointed C. Bradford I
Guy aa data not come under the control FOR I'Itlll.tV. 1I.Tl'lUl.ASD SUNDAY
Miami and two sisters Mia
: full-time road patrolman for this ,
of the Interstate
roctlon and that Mr. Bradford' Parson of Palm Beach and Mr*. commerce commission
because the road 2 PINTS
: t'f r\lcra would bo at the disposal Mettle Roberts ot Tampa. does notronn..rt I 31c

of the league, for either night or I subject to states the; therefore control excreted It I* not ANY FLAVOR ..........................................

'(. diy duty.Announcement. Principal Gray Returns I over other line" I BRICK ICE CREAM 3ge

that the Commission wee oleo wouldappoint mad From Father's Funeral Among other thing. Mr. Skipper' QUARTS .............................. .......... ............
county stated that since there had been a'tarty
a read patrolman aid Insuppressing :
Leon A, Gray principal of Red placed on pineapple' the re-t I SOMETHING NEW
fruit ateallnc In this.
t land Farm Life School'! returned Hunting along tho east coast of
aectlon. The Protective League 1.1.-0
.. plan to btraanother patrolman to+ en Wednesday night ef but week, Florida had been started again i ALSO ICE nUAM11": Intl-M-Id:
from Hlnaon and Tallahaaoe Fla., I I. 3. Cuahman and Otto C Stear-
bring the total of grove policeprotection PURE Ullinl.\G CREAM HALF Pin >0n
eman candidate for
the :
where he went t* attend the funeral Leglalaturo.
I to three men at leaat.
of bin father, W. J. Gray, who discussed the banking law
Financing will bo of equally the distributedthrough Protctivleague died of malignant malaria. nation( In Florida. I IMra. DOLLY DIMPLE ICE CREAM STORE

.J" M. Brenton
8. H. .
a plan to have each packIng The elder Mr. Gray, who own SO 12* W. Mown Hi, Homestead Fla.
and shipping orgmnlutloa contribute year old at the time of his death Bartlett 8. A. Mew Robe N. ,, .._.."_,_."' .: .:....,,
Thompson Mra. Mary C. Clarke'
to the Leajrue'a. aupport. wa a Method minister In Flor-
and Roger E. Davis
/ Tho expense win be pro-rated Ida for t* year H* was a resident, also -t ipoke.

among Iho member of the various of Hlnaon, Fla. a small town near I Barber Service
......Ietlon. and collected with the TalUhaawe. Ho I* survived by bla

( packing charge when fruit .. ship wife, Mra Mary F. Gray, and four SHOE REPAIRINGPrices That Men Prefer
Leon A. Gray of Redland Beo-
i .ped. lark organization will havea sons
representative on the league'" retary of State W. A. Gray ot Talla at Rock Bottom

: executive board. I laaaee, W. D. Gray of Winter Haven.

Judge W. F. Brown of the courtof 'and Joe H. dray of Tallahassee. Brown-Bilt Th..re'i a. much difference between a poorly
crimes attended the meeting and excellently trimmed head of hair a* there .. .

Tuesday night. H. pledged him CLOTHING between two ault -one poorly tailored and the
I I continued co-operation with the John B. Tower &L D. other smartly tailored.
to ,
grower stamp out fruit thievery -
Homestead Electric

One of of the the meeting.Loagu*'* aim will a Shoe GENTLEMEN
f I Shop i iCARR'S
be the curtailment' of the low of iI
field ..
or.t. Luther Chandler,

\ resident of Gould Grower, Inc., I BUSH'S BARBER SHOP
said that his organlaatlon had,

written off .....0 m field cratea
lost, arrayed or stolen last year, ,
At a meeting In Homestead to. and

( night the executive committee. of PARLORI
the Grower Protective League
y. W. First Sk, HonwMMid (Rear Clllirna Bank)
r will be formed and the reorganlm-
tlon completed.Bodil Shampooing, Permanent Waving, Facial

Massage, Finger Waves, Scalp Treatments I A GOOD USED CAR

.1 Kosel to Speak TELEPHONE UM

Over National Hook-up FROM A RELIABLE DEALER

Uodll Keeel bas been selected to MEANS A RELIABLE USED CAR

I talk over radio station WIOD on THIS BANK is very anxious to retain and

Haturday, Nov.' I. at 11:45: p. m. please its old customers, but it Is also anxiousto
for the National 4-H program to 1928 COACH-Body, tires and chassis in good
find new ones. We want to make customers
f be broadcast ever the nationalhookup. ........shape and priced right .. ... .... .. .. .$250.00
: as well as keep them. Come in and

I r la a loiter Informing Mia Keel look checked and
us over.Florida. 1928 SEDAN-Just been over
of bar selection Miss Pansy Nor
ton county ken .... ready.for sale ...... .............. ............$275.00

agent, told her that she.netr.UD.1] Exchange Bank

.elected hetauaa of tin 1928COACII-This is a real good buy and priced

individual productive work she COCONUT GROVEW. right for quick sale .... ........ ......$265.00
had dene. The three electing Cal I T. MUCKreaMeat J. ft EATON, Vke-prra,

compel for this In Pad county J. M. LAZRNBT.: Caahle 1929 SIX TRUCK-ONE AND ONE HALF

wore. Mia Mary Loulae Dorn, 4-H TON; THREE PRACTICALLY NEW
....III".t of South Miami cad ;
Mia' Helen Ruhr past 4-H areoMeat -

Xoael at IttdUnd. A Good Plate Lunch AT .......... .... ....... ........... ...... ._....$35.00
Mia* KOMI lass bass 1-H Club

Ctrl for eva years and has wen We have several other buys in cheaper used

two 'trip I* law annual Male .-H 35cOtta all here for
6' cars. Look them over they are
abort course at
(Otta |wt. to tourist or horn* folke) quick IIle.Bird.

Students Hurt as Cars

,Without cM'IIo both Lights said to Hare CrashTwo been I DIXIE] CAFEMRS. Chevrolet Co.

running without llgbla collided1'
I .
at Epmor drive and Newton regal] ,

Thursday alfht reauldng la In. I

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