The Homestead leader

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The Homestead leader
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 1, 1929
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)[<1926>-]
Weekly[ FORMER 1923-<1925>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1931.
General Note:
B.E. Archer, editor.

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University of Florida
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34296444 ( OCLC )
AKR3403 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027189 ( LCCN )

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Food and Roofing Anti-Typhoid Serum I Survey Committe Seeks Reports

I Taken by 387 Monday I

Given by Red CrossIn Inoculation-against typhoid lover .'I. From Growers.for Relief Estimate,

may be obtained r_ at the -

office of D,. J, A. Smith or Pr Growers who desire aid la rehabilitating government may have com un.m* .
addition to food aupplle, hurricane petted appropriation that can bdiverted
i their and farinaere
J. B. Tower and phyi.clan: advise" i ,
to relief ot
I our growers,
sufferers may obtain roofIng that everyone In the itorm-.wtpt urged to obtain mimeographed and Mr. Owen may ba of great

area take advantage of the. oppor' blanks from the office of C. H. help It this li the c....."
and other building materialsat. I lUll It,.
m-ffaat, county agent at Horn Committee appointed for the

ftaaary to make dwelling hab'tiblr Dr W. A. Clanton. dlarlct) health stead which have NeD preparedb survey were a* follow:
offlbor .f the state board of health, Tomatoes and vegetables: llow-
by application to the em.rg. aatd! by Mia Sarah Richard, *( committee' appointed at a meet. and iamb, Shell Horton H. l.

district nurse and Miss ,Esther!: / and Tuesday to make) a survey of Cook Cl W. Little Tom HarrlR
.in. -r relief ttaff of tile Ked Croat
Burden, former Homesteader who the permanent relief reads of T B. Webb Get Luther Chandler.

The food distribution centerIt I.a' I Ia a volunteer worker from Miami, southern Dad County. Cltruar E. A. Carter. Harry

It giving the Inoculation. On Monday Tb proper filling In of the questionnaire Adam, Luther Chandler and Green
the Homestead grammar school, In took the the
Persons serum In- will facilitate survey Rive.

Hoofing and building material. )actions Wednesday will be the committee' work and hasten any Avocado and, papaya: Harold,

headquarter are at 'the Homestead last day thai Dr. CUuct and hit rieonatrutHlon aid the Red. Cross Porn, Harry Adam, John Ounn
: staff. will be. here this week. They or other. agenda may give It I* ,and C T. Harper
fir, station, tint floor *f Horn*, .
wllf fie 3oWn again on Monday of aid. '!'be following queries are The committee will report back

trad pity hall, Orders for the matoi'al next week to administer the second contained on (h* blunkt, : t* a meeting, culled for 1? p. nj. .,
are I tivued by Florence C.Draper of the aerie of three Inoculation Name and address f Naturo of Friday.

: In charge of Red Croon I no-e"*ry to produce the threeyear Crop? Acre planted' T Estimated p..nt..t. the meeting Monday
Immunity to typhoid. total the In boxes leaden the
work Crop on tree I were In growing and
here but mum be checked
I Those who ware Inoculated just Estimated low-!'n boxes? Percentage shipping of both truck and citruscrops
and approved by H local committee alter the 1821 hurricane have now the low floats. to the total I The" conoenau of opinion

hiMded, by O T. Oault lout their !immunity and should get crop' Cash Invested In the crop I was that the hurricane wind had

Crank H flue I I. nhalrman of the serum again to the data of the storm T Loa of damaged crop a* follow,: avocado

<". local food relief committee A. tree id percentage and, lows In dollars 100% tomatoes (estimated crop
veiled? The *ittmatid. fair of 600 to 100 acre already" planted -
H. Hlnmn I fa In charge of ClothIng -
City Water Safe, Daily market .IUII of,ttu crop lout will ) 100% : papaya almost 100% ,

relief State Analysis Shows be. filled In by the commute grapefruit't. %r','Orange* (0%.
Kmorgency' relief was etabllahd The meeting Monday WM at the

In Homestead while the hurricane .since the suggestion of :/If,*. Edith McAllliter. Two Men in Hospital
At no hurricane .
member or the permanent disaster
was "ittB'ng. Two big basses seat After Horne Bldr. Fire
began has Homestead .
city waterbeen staff of' the American Red Crow,
iV the Miami brnnnh of the Rd unsafe for drinking! purposes, who It directing the relief. work In ;- fstrong
Electric wire swayed by the
,'rose with Jack Hear and Karl according to dally analyses mad little area. Mayor Paul Ruwiell. told wind were held responsible

Squire of the American Legion In by the elate board of health: A the agricultural leaden. auembled8h for a fire '111111aUrted on the second -
ample *f water taken from the city
I asked that County Agent 8tffm >
harge arrived In Homestead about floor of the thfee-rtory Horn
main by a representative. *f the >l and< the Redland DistrictCkimber
1 building about a fa. Saturday
p m Saturday Enlisting the state board of health when the of Commerce find out the a.

.id 'If 7 Mayor Paul Ruwelt the r flood water were at their height extant of the damage and how The bias seriously'Water damaged the
second story, and played on
il'f worker !set about finding( refic shortly' afterh* hvrrlcan Saturday t much had; been pent on the Crop
It by the Homestead fire department -
''I es Food brought from Miami allowed no evidence of contamination far played havoc with the stock
a report signed by E. "We mult have courage, but I II I
was left nt the grammar school, of the store on the tint floor The
Tllbr chief' engineer of the Hat tour*** alone won't do," said Mr.
wh,' n. many had liken refute, then health body ahow. Net colon or I Ruelt "We've got to have some |I, building! was further damaged by
hurricane which smashed thecanopy
the ,
,I''i-, 1 buttes went to the business dla. other harmful bacteria were found, finance, and to tat. this needed help
at the front of the building.
trio and nicked up more food *up* and till water WM pronounced a survey of the damage must be
the Homestead tire
While fight
I Very roo4'Since *. mad1' .
nlle lit a local etor*. Theyfound I art war getting bees line Into the
then state health In.p-"l- Mayor Russell|| ..14t1ta' G ngrea-: *- .
'men refugee In the Armour F rtllliHr ttolldlng:: .aomeon* lent a ..alt t*>
building ana left food there.Flght'ng tor have been analyilug ..ample.of woman Ruth Bryan Owen had been the Miami department for help,, :
wind and water thy got the city water dally to detect to Homestead and pledged her aid I When the Miami apparatus arrived I

to Florida! rut whore the Bed the first sign *f contamination, but In any way that she could. be of I: the fir bad been put out. The
f>OM staff sought out Mayor B. H. none has been foSnd. The finding aaal.Unc.e. "It I to possible that the : Miami contingent WILl marooned In

Edward: end Town Marshal Wm. show that It I to absolutely nnneee :Homestead during the hurricane.A .

7. Qeronlme and .lIIbll.II.d relief nary to boll wt drawl from the I Miami paper. old that the Ml.
quarter In the town hall. city main, said Pr, J. A. Smith! BACK TO RrHOOIi Fit 11)AT I amt apparatus was necessary because -

Several hundred persons were city and county health officer. Both Homestead had no ladder

sheltered. In the Homestead< grammar Dr. Smith and Or. J. B. Tower,, Homestead and Florid Cityschools truck, The Homestead I boy rot i

I'hoollleturd.., night Thirtyr however empha.lied the Import will reeum* sections Frl two boom line Into the rear wlnt

> < ttlll sleeping then *t night once of boiling every drop of water 411,. Principal Jame." T. Wilson an I I lows of the second story by mean
About fifty persons ityed In tile obtained from shallow wells a* nounced. ot ladder while a third< line was
Armour p'ertil'ser I building Saturday the aurfac water ha become \!Ontu..lnated By'tb time, '.aid Mr. Wllnon. taken through till front entrance

night. and moat of Florida by sewage, dead animal roofing ripped off the high, school and.. up the stain of the building.

''I ''try stayed In the town hall and and rubbish by the storm will have town replaced I Policeman.. Henry Peter, overcomeby

fell thai night Municipal WIll.- consume. *n. and till >0 persona Mill amok a* h* attempted to penetrate .
Mr. Edith MoAllliter, of WaihIngton I Toyed constant water. service quartered. In the Homestead gram to the source of the blame

O ,f member of tha perm throughout the hurricane period I mar school will have been rovld- en the second floor, fell down the
anent ldter' staff of'th Red gfinlce was Interrupted for three, with other accommodation By stairs and broke two rib and out

Croat. I* making dally trip t'l hour and a halt Sunday while ing teaeloni Friday, the his hand and arm badly Dick Peg-
Homestead to kp In touch with workmen out out water line o an get reorganl d for tar one of the volunteer firemen,
the relief situation and the needaf I broken when home. to which they In earnest by the first 01 next: was later taken to the hospital sub

tk* hurricane stricken are. i I I wen connected wen damaged. week. I teeing from esporar and ..tralla.THE .

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