Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 20, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00495
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I I In Paper's Report of Polio Interview I I

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I UP FIRSTREGULATIONS'I Dr. J. -A.'Smith said yesterday ,be increased. in picture show Treatment Plant Now 2 Projects Under Way on
that statements attributed to him aud ences 1
I Turns Out Finished i Pip i Contingent Basis to
(by another local paper last week "Many persons knew of the i 1
Save
Time
to the effect that there was no existing can of polio and the I First completely treated pipe
case of Infantile paralysis In the'public in general was taking the for the Florida Keys aqueductwas
Redland District were unqualifiedly knowledge sensibly and without turned out at the pipe treatment SOUTH tIE FARMS
I incorrect hysteria No public purpose could plant this neck :',I CLEARS CAMP SITE
I "That newspaper was told definitely :be served by misrepresentationof When crews and machine are:, -
that while there was no Infantile the situation, and I han asked organized for efficient operation.
Deal With
Packing Places :Must Be City for Power -
paralysis within the city I the newspaper. in question to the plant will be able to turn out
Registered With Ag. I limits of Homestead, one case had ,make a retraction of the statements two miles of treated pipe daily I,,I Lines Expected to
Commissioner originated two weeks ago In an attributed to me" ,aid W. E. Ryder president of I'I'I Be Closed Soon
eight-month old baby In the vicinity Dr. Smith who Is county physician I the Standard Asbestos Manufacturing -
CHANDLER BRINGS I of Homestead In reply to said that the quarantineon I and Insulating Co., treat- Yesterday saw the start ot work
!questions I gave it as my opin- the house and family of the ment contractoriCORAL .
on the farm 'labor
( migratory
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BACK INFORMATION ion that under the patient was lifted yesterday and
there was no circunutance'l that the baby, who Is In Jackson ,,camps and on construction o' ,runways -

I Steps Taken Under New I that danger of contagion would Memorial HctcitaL, Is much 1m- ( GARlESIfOUNDERSEEN for the county airport near (
I proved In condition ,Homestead
Law Citrus BoardWednesday
; by I The case of polio referred to : South Dade Farms, Inc. ,nor
DISTRICT GETS I by Dr. Smith originated moreS
I ,,01 the SO-acre site of the negro
than a week after the Leader- I II
An persons wh propose to PRAISE FOR USO Enterprise carried a statementby AS ACTUAL POET camp to the Farm Securib Administration -
ship limes must register at once I Dr. T. E. Cato, county health b.pnork yesterday -
i that no infantile paralysis! I ,I j
with the state commissioner ot 10fficer. on a contingent tulxx tract I
I TOTAL OF $647 I been discovered west of Coral Gables a poem of land- :i for clearing the land d Caine
agriculture the place or packinghouse Ludlum road, which Is on the reaping and the builder art '
I ,,ditches, building roads and i .nd-
when they are going to ,western outskirts of Coral Gables ,was in fact created by a poet.
prepare the limes for shipment, I A telegram of copgratulationsfor ] Lions and Rotarians of the' Red- ,soaping
according to Luther L. Chandlerof I I going "over the top" with the 'iNEW\ ELIGIBLESFOR ,(!land District 1 discovered Tuesday I'I J. Victor Martin, low bide'. on
Redland Districts USO quote night In a talk on Using and both camps, had not yet rev .' \ed
Goulds] who as retiring chairman -!I I '
was received last Saturday by Misusing, Beauty of South Florida official notification that he had
of the Florida] Citrus Commission -i t Local- Chairman James Settle DRAFT MUST ". George E Merrick, founder 'been awarded the contract but
attended the oranlza-I i:from Former Governor Doyle 'ot Coral Gables and present postmaster ,Iin order to lose no time an-nued
tion meeting of the newly appointed -I i Carleton state USO chairman at of Miami, admitted having ,I with South Dade Farms a, begin -
members Wednesday in Tampa. Its context follows: i i REGISTER JULY 1 written several volume of the work 01a tentative basis.
Lakeland. Congratulations] on splendid effort verse before and after developing If Martin gels the contract South
The effective date for maturity I made in your area Please I Wm J Grronimo--- chairmanof I II laIland father 160-acres of grove Dade Farm sub-contract lit: the
inspection was designated thank all who helped. Information I into the master subdivision ,;negro camp will amount to $:::3,000
. Selective Service Board No 7, I'
that Redland Dstrict over ,
July 1.There. later became a city. and on the whit camp $* '000
I Dade County, (issued a reminder
the transmitted New
I top being "There : The Martin bid on the lejro
is and In
poetry beauty
will be no charge for York. Kindest regards" i yesterday that all male citizensof I i .
certificates of registration A I. the United States who have I the familiar things about us, in camp was 5269.401and. the
Tie Redland District
cam- 126 3.OCO.
- the white
" be waving fronds of a palm. In camp
regular application form will 'paign ended Saturday night but become 21 years of age since Oct. I
prepared, but in the meantime a I contributions kept coming In until 18, 1940, date of the first draft the stately pines In a well proportioned In like manner Powersr-
home as well as In the chibald ot West Palm Beat low
simple letter to the commissionerof Wednesday night to swell the registration for the present national i
i I tropical flowers and sunsets," '. Continued on Page Tw>)
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agriculture, Tallahassee, total raised In this area to $84 88 emergency, must register!-
giving the location of the packinghouse ; The districts quota was $ 00. 'ton July] 1. said Mr. Merrick. '|
and the approximate date i Registration of new ellgibler for I Defining poetry as the honest
shipping Is to begin will put I(I I the draft In the Redland DistrIct expression of an idea Mr. Mer- FIVE LOCAL BOYS
grower or shipper in line to receive BARGAINS READY will be mad at Legion Hall, rick went on to say that everyone]
a certificate of registration, South Krome avenue, Homestead, ,can appreciate beauty although
said Mr. Chandler] and in Coral Gables, the north- (Continued on Page Two) I ENTER SERVICE

When registered I prospective FOR DOLLAR DAY I I ern part of District 7, at the Cor-
shippers may contact Keith Foulkof I al Gables city hall, Mr Geronimo Perrine Team to Play ': WITHIN A WEEKFive

Homestead, district supervising .laid[ Baseball Here Sunday
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citrus inspector, to arrange No hardship need be workedon :
for inspection, Mr Chandler laid employee or employer on account Perrlne baseball team will In-1!,, young men of this ices
At the close of the citrus commission i Dollar Day bargains that will i, of registration requirements, vade Homestead at 3 o'clock Sun have jo;ned the armed fort of i
meeting in Lakeland Wednesday catch the eye of every housewife I''Mr Ceronimo pointed out, as a day afternoon The Homestead I the country within the past oak
Mr' Chandler was .prejtented ,win be on-display in Homestead man who Is absent from his district game ]last Sunday with Three were drafted in the
with a silver cocktail ser next Thursday, June 26, date let !I Ib may register at any other 'Locks Naval Reserve team I army for a years service anc left
vice by the members of the commission , ,.. the Homestead Retail Merchants district as long as h* puts the called off because of rain. opa-I,Wednesday for Camp Blan .ag.
with whom h* had served Association for its 11 rat number of his hon district on I The game Sunday i They were* : Roy Smith sv of
a* chairman. city-wide Dollar Day. :I his registration card. These cardswill be good, In a clash earlier ,Mr. and Mrs Dexter Smith: Ted
Officers I The fact that Dollar Day falls be sent back to the proper 'this season Homestead was victorious i Thomas, urn OfClfH. ::ieaf III*
Install New on Appreciation Day, makes next ,districts Thomas, both > and
Thursday a double-feature, red-r "If it is necessary for a man Thomas and Vlhlen will probably R. C. Jackson Jr., son of Mi and
Rote Ladies Niht
At 'letter day. In addition to the to b*, out of his district on July ; be the local battery and Mrs R. C Jacluon of Naru,qJa.i .
Instead of the regular noon.day hundred of Dollar bargain items I, h* may go to the nearest registration J, Martin and Leggett will start i Eldred G!Inu-r. son of Mrs J.
tundton meeting next Wednesday that will be offered all day there place and register as being for Perrine ,W Gilmer, a 1941 graduate of
Homestead Rotarians will 'will be the big Appreciation Day I resident of his home district I Th Homestead batting averagesso I Homestead High School, has enlisted -
hold a ladies' night dJM.r-mftt-1'prize award in Legion Park at 4 ," said %>11'. Geronimo far this season are aa follows I In the marina and \"III\
I Vihlen, .500 J, Lee Smith, .435O leave for Parris! Island S, C
fag it which officers for the ensuing I Po m., as on any other Thursday Orders for registering the new i(, ; ;
year will be installed The !I The Dollar Day AppreciationDay draft eligible were received by! Clonlnger, 412: H. Thomas, :.Monday
outgoing president Clarence Par- double feature If expected to local boards Monday at a meeting x.366. Barrow, 321. Wittiop, .318; Louis P. Biondo, son of *
man will be succeeded by George bring record crowd of bargain I In the Dade County court- ,c. BLIMP, 300; Uikirrtta. 283;: Mrs. Phillip EtorJo'
WabfieJd.I I minded buyers to Homestead, and house Other members of Board M BUhap .271; Snyder, 814; i steed, enlisted la '' j
A floor show and musical program 'the merchant are determined that]No. 7 are Mayor Tom Harris ot Canes, .133, D. Caves, 121; R.I i corp ;}
have been arranged ,they chan not be disappointed Homestead and Reid DeJarnetl Wilufn and M. Ballero, .000. t FIeld, and"1" j


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Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday June 20, 1941


Furniture Men Build 'acreage tones. Delinquent lands LOCAL FIRM one of his own poems entitled pression of Individuality, not only
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Homes Newton Road may be redeemed upon paymentof "When the Groves Begin to Bear." In our homes but In our coin

on two )'eal'l' back taxes Refinancing -I --- 'He read also one of Stephen Cochran rounltlej.as welC* he said,.-.-.
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Construction of two thoroughly Involves-approximately Singleton's poems, "The Red "Key West Fernandina, WinI .
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4,000,000 acres, and releases Hibiscus." ter Park have 'retained
modem homes on Naranja road a their isdividuality *
bidder I II
large sum of monies belonging to I on the airport contract at I but most
between Coconut Palm drive and i He spoke of his boyhood' In towns In',
$233,831, buildIng
yesterday began -
Silver Palm drive was started I the Internal Improvement fund office and what is now Coral Cables and Florida have become standard

this week for F. M. Kent and his,and Everglades Drainage District, : an at the assembling while waitIng material I how he worked to keep the fine ized.
airport, -
lather M. C. Kent, who left Saturday -I which have been tied up In court for notice of having been,live oaks and rubber trees from Miss Mary Ellen Dearlng of

for their homea In Cedar'{actions by bondholders. So far as awarded the contract. Chief Engineer -;being destroyed when land was Homestead sang two popular solo

Rapids Mich., after a three-weeks 11 southeast Florida counties are, Gray for Powers & Archibald cleared for groves. with piano accompaniment by

lay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. concerned, It Is the outstanding was the man who was chief "With planning and forethought Miss Hilda Dodson of Home

{ J. F. Hammett. achievement of Governor Holland. engineer In the construction of the I this section of Dade County can stead.

Both are retired furniture men: Land owners In the area will now!I Lake Okeechobee locks. it made one of the most beautiful -I Next Tuesday night will be, a

who will return with their wives be able to borrow money from the i Carpenters, who will be mostIn sections of the world," said Ladles night meeting of the Lions
about Sept. 15 when I federal land banks and it will be the last
the houses demand in construction of the Vlr. Merrick, "and beauty can be meeting

ere ready for occupancy. Both I migratory camps, may make application made to pay If properly' used." I under the present administration

families plan to live her per-, Negro Seeks Admission I I : for Jobs by writing or As a guide he suggested that New officers will be Installed

manently.Mr. I Florida calling,at the Miami offices of J buildings be of native stone and I at a Joint installation in which
To I
and Mra..F.'M. Kent UniversityPreston Victor Martin, 2690 S. W. 11th of good proportion, not necessarily Lions Clubs from Miami to Key

visited several seasons at Peterson, Dayton Beach i street, Miami large. They should also har- West will participate at the Coral

home of Mr. and Mn. hav.r negro, has applied for addmlttance i The proposed camps at Homestead monize with surroundings, he Gables Country Club on Saturday

Mrs. Kent and Mrs. Hammett to the University of Florida summer were mentioned In a Farm said. night, June 28. All members.

lifelong friend. I training school. Under decision Security Administration broadcast "We should strive for an ex- and their wives are Invited

of the U. S. Supreme Court, yesterday.

Methodist Preachers I he must be admitted, providinghe Completion of negotiations with I ,

Attending ConferenceThe passes examination for entrance.Attorney he city of Homestead to run PICTURE TOVRSELF-
General Tom Watson !power lines to the airport and i ,

Rev. J.'J. Richards, pastor I rules] the negro must be admitted negro camp site Is expected any + '
oft b e Homestead Methodist If a school of equal grading day I Does your Car back-up your,

Church, the Rev. Jesse E. Waller I I and facilities is not provided by I own smart appearance? Well

of the Silver Palm Methodist : the state for negroes, but that

Church and the Rev W. E. Rowel Peterson, providing he passes the ,!! CORAL GABLES .'. turn-out your Car immaculatelyclean
], of the Redland and Florida i entrance examination may be I I
and bright inside and
City Community churches are attending I:segregated In a separate i -

the third annual sessionof and dining room, and bulldln'l Continued out. At a low charge you'll be
the I ( From Page One)
Florida Conference of separated from white
United Methodist! Churches whichopened In classrooms. i I II not all In the same way. One person glad to pay! A car cleaned our I
In Beach I sees it in nature, while another -
Daytona Wednes
NOTICE OP APPLICATION POI | sees it In man-made things. \\Vqlf Groomad way Is a pleasure to drive
4 day. TAX DEED-riU A4830Chapter ,
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Some find beauty in object because
an
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Appointments will be announced
>I to kNhy ilvn that lion O. of its association with their
Sunday by Bishop 'Arthur J.'Brown, .holds, of State and County TCmlfluw .. TEXACO ONE-STOP
Moore of Atlanta. / 1\1.., !.S4. ....... Id* its d ay of i past.i I
I Amurt A. D. ,..6. bu IIM sass In,i Mr. Merrick said the pioneers I
Mn Ivan Moser Is also attending .ffl,.. and h. Made application f"' DONE AND KISSAM, Props.
tan d.rd to b. Wued thereon, said 'had what he called "the poetry
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the conference as a lay : I... .rbraeta the following d.acrlbed I II lot expectancy" and as an illus North Krome Avenue HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
delegate. Miss Nella Sauls went property in the County .f D.d.. I
I of Florida. t.-it tration of what this meant he read I
with Mrs. Moser and is visiting'satL.4
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; I._Block 11 HI.Moah Heights Piat
relatives In Port Orange. I Bask S, race 71. in ut County off P). >.I11't' I i
at florid.
:* MMMmvnt of Mid property under
Everglades Drainage 'I'ho Mill, certificate MI In the mina oft
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District Refunded'''I Volgold certificate hall .b. ...
domed ...",dln& to l law, the prMerty
.....,1.... thmlnMlhMt will be 'old I, the
Tallahassee, June 19-After 20 bidder' it the C'j Huu., door
,n the tint M"."'.t in th,. 'th year of default court battles refunding got, that which/ ,In the 4th far if At
of E\erl..dl'l Dr.unage, sort 1MI
DIM thi 17th in .( .
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district entire debt Governor Holland h.o< been ac- Cir. oft IVirt Tied f nlr F'',.Id.
Circuit court Ural
complished. The debt of SI 7,. Ito N i ITF.RMTT, P. C
I 800,000 is reduced to $5.660,000 ,J.... 10 27 July t, \II 1"U

and $20.000,000 In hick toxin

cancelled. The tax rule >i been

reduced from $10 per rr. ptuj

to less than $1 on t the liifies',






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.,. June 20, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE PiwThre*

mad our dally swims more enJoyable that night we were hostess to:I Miss Norma Gossman
homestead Girl Scouts Log of Trip To 1 1 five shipwrecked boys We all Now Senior Operator
laughed when the boys were striving -
After supper the tenderfeet
', Key Biscayne I IBT i joined the choir and talked to the I I to get the dishes done 'I Miss Norms Cosman who has

i corpse These are two Initiation) nanda,. Jane It I served the required two
AKDEL PARMAN AND DORA SCOTT I I games, The seniors sleepily returned After rest period we had tint'I yearn
to their cabin only to find aid test I as Junior operator at Alice'sBeauty
!('their mattresses stacked In the '| Parlor la now a senior
About 10 o'clock Friday morn- Saturday June T Thursday night we Invited the
ng, June 6, 23 of the Homestead,I Everyone woke up at 6 o'clock I pantry their sheets tied in knot people on the Island to come to(I operator. announces Mrs RE.
,[blrl the next morning few by I I and put down the cistern, and 'jar special program Those that ISherard, proprietor of the shop*,
Scouts left the home of their I' the rest of their bedclothes put 1 Miss Gossman took the stateexamination
'c"olce. Mrs
but most because they !i came were Sherwood. Nail!
)leader, Mrs Frank Skill, on a: were tormented into consciousness behind the door. We realized that 1 Denton Ronnie and Imogene that entitled I her to
[truck with cameras, canteens,!' by others Most of the girls our eonselors, Miss Cook, and I'Sherwood, Hans and Rudy cousIns 1 to her new rating on June 2 and
tyeshades and lunches They were I enjoyed a dip before breakfast Miss Rietz had done this to pay of Sherw'ood's. Allen and Mrs I she was notified i of her success in
artlng on their annual but when our lifesaver, Miss us back for putting land In their Shelton and Mrs Stoddard We pasting t h e examination twoweeks
camp- Cook, returned to the cabin from'I beds. started off the program by singing I later She in a graduate
ng trip to Key Biscayne where ,' this dip she found all the seniors Tuesday, June 1. I songs, After that we Intro- .of LaFrance Beauty School In
fihey were to live for a. week All I back in bed asleep 10 she renewed Tuesday morning Miss Rietz duced, i everyone there. We had a I Miami.
,]the food and blanket rolls were her efforts with fairly; I left and In the afternoon Mrs AI quiz, a skit etc.Friday..
I loaded on the boat that goes to I I I good success this time as she D. Smith came back to be counSelor Jane IS i I !Ross Reitz to Enroll
>">Biscayne] Key twice every week i I wrung out her bathing suit In' For supper that night we !1 We got up bright and early For Airplane Course
and the girls settled down to enJoy 'their sleeping faces '(|enjoyed some cookies that MnIShackleford I and got the equipment, extra
their lunches and wait for I I Everyone had to be out of the I made for us and had (food and our rolls packed We; Row D Reitx, son of Mrs Selma
the boat to leave sun by 10 o'clock so this time we|sent by Mrs Smith Tuesday night were all ready to go at 720: Weleft 'Reitz of Homestead, will leave
At 2 o'clock the other Island I i all gathered to begin work on various groups of girls went for 1 the Key at 8:30 and had our 1 early in July to enroll at AnderI -
issengers arrived, and we left our first aid badge Miss Cook 'walks on the beach and roads. breakfast on the boat We were 'loon Airplane School in Nashvlllu,
Miami' about 2:20, was our Instructor In this and Ve Before taps the seniors indulged ,ell glad to see Miami skyline Tenn Graduated from Homestead
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: When we got to the Key most really learned a lot of valuable Ina pillow fight.Wednesday.. though we had a good time at the High School in 1940, he has been
,Cf the girls piled In the station things during this period everyday June 11 I Key. On our Kay home we stopped 'employed' at Franklin Groceryfor
wagon of of Mr the Sherwood Island ,The superintendent bagI At 11 o'clock we went swimming I About 8:30: Wednesday morning at a drugstore for a drink the last six months
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gage was loaded In a truck and we took a hike to the lighthouseand
girls Into two groups for Instruction on our way there we stopped I
I a few of the more ambitious
girls
swimmers! and beginners canal for rest. We Let Us Your
, rode In this This meant ducking at the a arrived Auto-Sway
3 the abundant palm fronds all the I After lunch was cleaned up at the \lighthouse about 10,09
to the cabins ;,everyone settled down for the o'clockVe ate our lunches and Squeaks Away
'fray upon arriving, each girl daily rest hour after which the had a rest period and then startedfor
rushed Into the cabin, loudly girls worked on shell handicraft home. We got back just in I
,claimed a certain floor space for No one, however or rather was I time for our afternoon swim. I REDLAND SERVICE STATION
itier 'I ambitious enough to wake the That evening the leader of each
bed and never left It for a "Spannr" In.ua. Prop.
{moment until she had sufficient seniors up and they slept through patrol met together and were told Flatter Ave. ft !Mowry St. llnmrrtead. II*. I
J possessions on it to call It hers that period that day; After handicraft their duties the) had tc dc be- UIIOl'RER'IC'E PHONE 911113horsePo
for a week The five senior scouts we had a long swim until fore we went home Foi luppei
.t and their counselor, Miss JoseJphipe supper time After supper ever! '
Cook and Miss Jerry Reitz, one gathered on the beach foi a i
'were delighted to find there wasno singing session We retired even
roum for them in this cabin night at 9 o'clock.
and they would have another one : Suncljv June 8
, II to themselves : Sunday morning we had no fh'.<
" In a business meeting all the aid class but enjoyed our usual
girls were divided Into patrolsof swims After rest hour 11 groupof a o ,
approximately three each. Each the girl hiked to the zoo on rock
patrol had one day in which It the Island or visited the coconut
" cooked, cleaned up, and did all factory Some of the children on ofJ
the general work. A system of I I the island joined us in some of No oUf
a Shock" was also uscjl That means our acti\ltea and proved to be a
If workers find belongings out of 1 lot of fun during the rest of the
place the owner of these belonging week. Sunday evening after sup-
must work before she canlave per we met on the beach for the
what was found. The dis- I,I scout service they hold on campIng -
" idvantage of this system Is that trips called "Scouts Own'
workers sometimes spend more of I We sang a number of church
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their time hunting misplaced belonging ,I hymns after which each girl and
for hock than they do counselor expressed! her wn
! Working I Ideas and opinions on the subject -
( \\e had an early supper Friday of "Sportsmanship and ("" '
md no special gathering that 'operation:' During thi service t1941
"" 'i evening The senior scouts came girls were asked to be their wn
'I to supper looking very smug and true selves, and leave back in tin
( mysterious} and they cordially invited 'cabin any foolishness
.; all the girls to visit their i :Monday June 8 a
robin: after supper It was dis- Monday morning everyone woke
oovered their cabin came near to up thinking about the pranks .he-
being a palace It actually contained was going to play on the other
two beds, and several Inner girls as the day had been set
spring mattresses upon which aside as "nnjthlng-can-hnpprn Buick SPFCI *L fcpasscnjcr Sctfanef,
j the seniors had made their beds day Everyone accepted such 11JJ White / euwll tins, extra.*
, The seniors also pointed out things as salt in drinking
other luxuries such as three large sand In shoes missing water'j consider these plain facts shout ciently by a single mixer.We'll .
mirrors abundant coat hangers knots tied in clothes Some JusT engines in this 1941 Buick let figure out what extra
rocking chairs and an outside boys that live on the you
shower I brought over a diving board which Jd'hCHLl power aNd extra mileage mean In

.;;...................................................................... I I The engine that regularly powers this extra fun, extra thrills, extra sulisfuetion. -
.' : .1 Series develop 115 horsepower and .

::1 turns up 20.1 miles per gallon at a Well let you size up, too how nice

... I PAUSE AND REFRESH AT steady 30 mile an hour in Proving it i i. to travel farther more pleasantly
Ground economy tests. on ai much ai 10% to 15% less gasoline .
than former Buick u. d.
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; But add Compound Carburetiont and
I PIPE LINE INN the amt engine in the game model But for the whole picture, just go get
local delivered prices
develops 125 horsepower and goes 215 actual on aBuicL.

i miles per gallon by exactly the same !...
i S. W. 6th Ave., Homestead tests I You'll find that nowhere. else can you

: buy theum. si/e i ,
V** Opposite Aqueduct Treatment Plant There's more from I less ,no ana- and the style I voices at
I it comes, literally, out of Mile air, the
same power,
ij : Because the two carburetor in this same comfort at

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FuMMml Frldnrt at HomtoU Ftakr ",
the South D :d. rublbtilfis CwnpinyIntrrrd ,
: .. second rUui mill matter I I AND FANCIESBy '
March II. .
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ARCHER Pre.Id..' ..4 Editor: -mE.JflUJJ For the first time In 20 years ;

MARJORIE: LIACH ARCHER -I ISUBSCUrTION there was no Pulitzer award madeto "I
7 tot Trw.rw I i s novel when the Judge announced -

I the awards on May S, '
RATE Since the novel award Is the only
h Dodo C..ntr_ II M one which really creates consider
Otrtrife of Dad county II M, I able interest among readers, U.

t jbrarians and booksellers will be

The Black Silk Lace Gown I j.t i j a loss many times without the
,weighty phrase, "It's the Pulitzer
By Annie Mayhew tttipatrick {prize novel" ,

For years now. I've wanted a i Those who speculate on such

black silk loot gown .. matters have wondered why with
Like she wore out to Ruby two outstanding novel "For .
Graves' wedding Whom the Bell Tolls" by Ernest

It was made ever latin In rich I 'f Hemingway and "Oliver Wiswell", t

royal blue. I by Kenneth Roberts-the judge '.
We've had luch financial hard did not consider that any novel ....
sledding, I [ merited the award -1"\.:,

1 The second most important award -

I've hud to forego my most poignant I that of biography was givento
of wants Ola Elizabeth Winslow for ,
"Jonathan Edwards'
And suppress my most flamboyant
of wishes l i Marcus Lee Hansen author of ,

That run all the way from that f W "The Atlantic Migration' was s i
Spanish lace gown given the award for history

To a whole vet of one kind of Iclixhel q40 Sunderland Capture" by Leon "
Bacon. won the poetry award .,'1;
I For the third time the drama ,',
prize went to Robert E. Sherwood h
Part nay down the list Is a pair
for There Shall Be No
of red shoes Night",'*,
Incidentally I this play l has finished'its I
t And u hut that Is pnnnma, really
New York run and will not.<(
Some
dish towels of linen blue Oil
be revived.
striped down the edge 4N 1am . r..'
I've been using blenched sugar
sacks, merely I V.'V wait A monument at Rhodes Pasa *
And then there's that goods with New Mexico, in honor of Eugene r

the cherry-red dot, I I, It Manlove Rhodes, was dedicated lujj:
The size| of a dime or some bigger iliPB May with a reunion of old friends'
Which I think would be fetching! All Mr. Rhodes' stories of the Welt
if carelessly draped 68 ?wTk were both romantic and authentic *
'Round my frankly ungirlLsh fat ASW and Include such titles as: "Wests-
finger Is West", "Brandsford of Rainbow J

Range', and "Copper Streak Trail -1
o . "
I long for some glass for the back "
of my house - 1 1 Ernest Hemingway will return VI

To kmp' out the cold of I mornIng Among Florida's wonders of nature there are; I men 'In Florida, Is one of the most resourceful I soon from the Orient wheqj he J
t, few, places more Interesting/ then the FALLING of all birds 1 When flood waters threaten Its nest and his wife have been touring \.

A ships bell to hang high above, WATER WATERFAIL rear Chlpley. Falling of eggs It simply elevates the foundation. By working { the war front In China Mr.. and
my front door Water Is a lime sink In which a small stream" /In leaves grass roots, and weed stems the Mrs. Hemingway have been

Bat callers may ring to give I Iwurnin. plunges over a vertical 68 foot wall Into a cylindrical structure is reared safely above the advancing gathering material for articles and

.. hole about to feet In diameter ant Item out .'ivr. There are Instances on record where this I short storiesAlice .

through a low cavern at Its ban. -c ml rl mS mizlni' instinct of home preservation has caused aa

Well, I could go on like this hours down with little difficulty to within j C;;* licit of rSi tit'tun'Mine bird to raise/ IU nest 9 Inchesh Duer Miller has chosen

upon end. the bottom. .<-'"". ell high and dry above ( Inches ot lie first four words "I Have

My list of desires I Is a long one. The BLACK.NFCKFD *"'-" Loved England", of her long nar-
It someone Is buying a present .iratlve I poem, "The White Cliffs".
for me for the title of helL next novel
"

There's choose no chance the wrong that one.they may 1 CURRENTCOMMENT they navy had beans was All playin'the keerds''musement an'gettin' Children( "l in Court ,the This best little sellers book'under is second the heading among

skinned by the old ajmjj By Judge Malcolm Hatfteld
4 I game effen you know what 11 I..... ... .. ... . .", of general a a la
t I believe still In fairies (I hope mean. Well they air streamllnin' A UNITED COMMUNITY

you do too) I By AGNEW WELSH every thing else so I sspose sol- I PROGRAM Other titles that remain among
If I meet one again face to face dlerln must march on." the best sellers are: 'Random
And she offers three wishes I _"'_"'""""_""OH'___ . l Interested persons frequentlyInquire Harvest, by James Hilton; "Flot-
think I shall say Editor. Hotel Mr welsh *>| MM* what should be the first lam". by Erich Maria Remarque;
I 'I comments on hit "Co-swab." whvtlwr Combat airplane production is, steps any community should take
Just give me that gown of black they IK l I. MrMiMM .. .t nrhnwild .. speeding at a rapid rate the "In This Our Life", by Ellen Glasgow -
up :j In to outline
I attempting a
lace : kU opinions. AcId ..* fo .mlraltoni program "H. M Pulham Esquire",
"
to AM Walsh MS N E. record being is follows: December -|lot delinquency prevention The by John P. Marquand; "Out of theNi.ht"
production 700; January I i'answer
Is that a school census'Ihould
The shoes and the hat and all of After six yean of effort to reach 1036; March, 1206. This I month I' be taken by the various by Jan Valtin; "Ambassa-

f the rest perfection, a Sanford concern has It is to exceed 1600, and go on to1 I coordinated groups to show exactly dor Dodd Diary", by William E. ..
f I To own them of would begun '' Dodd Jr.; "Benjamin Blake", by,
I course shipping canned celeryjulre 2,000 by mid-summer. Quite some how many children of a certain -
Edison
Marshall and "Delilah"
be pleasant 'I' targets for the "axle-grease age reside In a given district..by Marcus Goodrich.; .
But that Spanish lace gown with . powers Additional reseach should also be ...
Dr. !
. A. J. Cromn's first novel in
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a blue ,
royal sup, undertaken to show whether such
Would be Florida headline: "Watermelon I four year, entitled "The Keys'
a magnificent present. In his CrackerPolities' children have to
access
"High-lighting adequate
Agreement Is Ended". Not with of the Kingdom I I. scheduled for
Allen Morris writes his facilities for occupying their leisure
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me; I agree to eat them so long i publication .In August It is the
The ether two wishes? 11fythere's convictions that there Is "fresh' time.
as they come good and ripe. story of a Scots priest and his
the rub, . a evidence of the completeness with A study of vital ,social econo- years of labor Ina remote Chi-
Before I am started lets quit which the state government I Is mic, criminal and various other.Iatwtlt'l
Personality is to an Individual nese village It will not be .erlalI. I
For my face and obliterating county go\eminent" compiled In various '
my
rpanner,
my as flavoring I Is to food but when i ized. Dr. Cronin I* the author of
i smile and my hair. I Isn't that the general trend of the cities, will soon teach a local delinquency -|"The "
Citadel" "Three Loves
overdone It makes the Individual ,
Resemble her i times? When said that prevention how
own, not one bit. I a man group "Grand "
"eccentric" Canary, and "Hatter's
and in the other case, ;
Roosevelt would be our last president -,criminals are developed. and what'' Castle"
spoils the food.
I !
Applicable I was he merely a disgusted methods of prevention or cure f
.
TodayI V"T 1 fanatic or a prophet? I may be employed. It will be found t 1
j preach to you then my Bluff old Gen. Hugh 'Johanson I . ,that most criminal career are I Ii attempt I 11 made to remove', the _
says the present crisis has mad I I causes which permit the underworld -, ssTJ
4 countrymen, hat our country calls Kirk Mimro was the author of j i started during youth and that[ to flourish Woman's clubs
jj not for the life of ease but for Washington a "bedlam of crackpot books for yvoimgsters, largely for'criminals thrive in homes and t
and organizations can be of In-
theorists
the life of strenuous endeavorThe Aren't we all ready boys. His widow (his first wife I communities where little or no'
fit i twentieth Century looms be- wining, nay anxious to help solve was the daughter of Amelia Barr.hft'Je1t restraint Is exercised over their,for estimable they have service the In power this to respect bring, t
the nations I
problems
fore and bring anti-social activities To curb this
m big with the fate of many a writer of note In her pressure to bear on state leglsla-'
.... If we stand Idly by. 1 If it new ones? . day) died recently at her homeIn situation It is necessary to rehabilitate -'I lure and on public official If t
we seek merely swollen slothful Coconut Grove For a number, both the home and the they enter this highly specializedand
ease-i-then And so old "Battling Din" Dean neighborhood and set effective -,
the bolder and stronger of years an unknown and as ;yet up arduous work In earnest and 1
peoples will pass us by and will I Is through with professional baseball 'unrevealed friend sent her each: agencies which will provide:' will devote sufficient time and

win fur themselves the domination Men oh his type of mind are month the sum of $250. through I competent recreational and educational -,effort to the much I
cause progress
of the world. Let us, therefore no credit to the ,sport anyhow Irving J. Thomas, realtor who facilities This I* the most' can be acleved '

boldly face the life of strife They remind one of those cheapest was named at her executor, one effectual method developed In the,, While housewives, business :

resolute to do our duty well, and "guys" on earth, the political of the stipulations of her will U prevention' of Juvenile delin-:, men, bankers and others In the
manfully' resolute to uphold hecklers."I that these awns to be quency. |
. are returned field of commerce and 'Industry, ._
eousness by deed and by rllht-j; so far ts possible to the A crime prevention movement'''who are engaged in actlvttacI
solute to be both honest and see by 1M papers" says Mr. unknOW1friend.. which expect: to accomplish I I I which require their strict Individual

brave, to serve high Ideals, yet to Tootleberry, "where them .IOJer . lasting result in its work,1 I attention, are not In a position .
use practical methods.-Theodore boys say they want nice gals to A writer on economics defines should not spend Its time to devote much of their
Roosevelt play with an' cheap beer. Great a recession as the period when wholly in an attack on the un-'',time to the serious problem of

Scott, yo' otter hear pap tell "bout you have to tighten your belt; a derworld. A movement which Is combating crime, still, their Influence -
Without courage there cannot how them' 'Dam Yanks' an' the depression, the one when,you haveno determined to render the greatest -': 1* essential whenever it
be truth and without truth there 'Johnny Rebs' lived In the 'ol'I belt to tighten; and a panic service to the community at I becomes necessary to devise re-

can be no .other virtue.-Sir Walter -I war days an' wore out their tMthl I IJdttwuV the time when you have no pants 'large should get at the root of II i' forms and promote measures for

Scott. 1 sowbellbard '- : .left to bold up. j|I the problem of crime before a\l1l!common'I good.


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!IIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIAIIIIIIIIt been In Homestead several fined to his home with a sorter TAX OF APPLICATION FOB NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
Jtln.1 DEED-File A-4Mt
engaging in farming and cut foot, the result of a badl1-1 r. Chapter 17467-Aft. of IMSa I I ra.DUIl
.
N..... FIN sills
r
beery glen Mat mthern,
managing a pressing club, which slipping while he was ri...... E......._. Ina. ........ of State,I Walk h fcrrbr lino that 110111......
.d .... '', bolder aa wins of KvotvUdn
20 Years he recently disposed of. Counts Tai Certf. No. IW4 la.and
AgoIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIllI II cabbage."-(Florida City tko nth day of A..... A. A. I Mlkaa .. ... TIE Coniflrolo auanWrrd salt<
-"W. D. Home returned on I filed UM In Mr offk. and Iou mootapalloatton I'::'. the Sib: d.y of " A l>. lvt a,
,
"Tom filed Mid rortlfkato la offlro. and
from Moore and Max Cohemaur and for a ui dt d to ba laiiirdtlwroom Inv
Tuesday
Haven. .
..
Aid OnlfkaM Mnarana, the fc* amide appllralloa for a tai . tot
IIIIU where he has been looking after Frank Sheffield left Tuesday I lowlni dwrrlkod or w-ts la UM C-ounlr { tkrrooo. hi aorordiaco with law.
I I morning for an auto trip north. of Paor. State of FlorWa ....wi.t nrtlflrata embraces the fnlkiwrfli darrlood .
big interests.
farming attested .la IHda Xuaqt,
Lot II. Blk S. Industrial Center, a propel
The foDawlu MMM am tata -"The work The Oohernaur boys are enroute lluMa Plat Reek U. fan '1. I* UM ,-.- *. will
=
loAn from Mm ml tko B on the telephone to their former home In Welt l Count of Dodo, auto of Florid Lota In sea 11. Stash S, Froad'a
tla..a.. asIsAiI.hed. ISar. It. Ilia.KM lines to Florida City is being Virginia Tko aaaoonoM of said orofiortii mdrr Adda. Flat Book 4. Pas* lit !I..
an w Pasta P10rtU ..._ and and Frank Sheffield\ will ,tko MM oonifMaU was la till oaaio oft ratod la Dodo ComX*. Mute of
yedtat.. IN" woo 00 sir pushed by Manager F. B. Rue. enter a civilian military training Admit Wntaan.Unhaa ,........
"0. i i oaid oarUfbiata ahall W .. Tko aolo nont ., MM 0 roo*rt> undottko
-"A. Cain and wife and C. "
camp for a month's tnlnlni ,. deemed aoeorditul to .... Uw knoooHf saM _..... kovid *a> la tk mow
>. IK! D. Bryant and family leave next i(Florida Cl4)'Born duwllid thereon .rtl| U sold to the U..k.... "..... MM ..u,..... shall
la highest hisses at tko Court Houot door K. ntmmti according <. low k dord
Wednesday Ford for
-"A wedding which came ash a Blakely _' to Mr. and Mrs. Jas 0* tW Plot Mondar In tko awnlk of Aw will few thereon oa the. Ilk dar of
Ca, :where they will visit a few wtt. IMI. wkxk ii loa nth due of Awstet : A. O. '"l.
surprise to their
friends
wasthat Ryle, a boy, named James Edward IMI. Jui'ai... this. lath due of Mar A. D .....
of' Min Flora L. Chandler weeks with, their friends and relatives Ryte. He. 'U .a bouncing eight Do..10 little dar ..f JuN. INIB. B. H tEATHkRMAN.
.. of Circuit Ou.irt.
there Clock
Lk.ATKEP.MAM' Clorl
tot Silver Palm and Hugo C Vih- pounder, arriving Sunday night at I > Cleenit Court Pool Count. FlorMa. Dodo ()oa.". Florida.Clreult .
ttn. They wen united by Dr. J. -"J. P. McGhan has arrived I o'clock. Mrs. Ryle will be remembered *""" CMSVc-VERRrrr. Court (...

If. Gross of Miami, the friend from Miami and taken charge of as formerly; being Miss ,. (fins, tO, aft: IRrrl.. D.IMII e. (Mw ....B.lu.N. .C.. II 1ITr.IIRJrTI', a.. 17. 1941.n c.
present being Mn. 3. J. Davis, the local branch of the King Constance Edwards." Florida

Mr. and Mn. E. Shrader and the Undertaking Parlors." City)

fcridt's mother Mrs. A. L, Chand -"Judson Strickland returned

ler. The happy couple departed Monday from Grainesvllle on his noun TAX or DEIU APPLICATION-rih 14171 FOR

Immediately on a wedding trip to summer vacation from University Hammond Notice ,to holder hrrrhii ...I..n BMtvn that Elisabeth of state VISIT OUR STORE

j Tennessee, where they will remain of Florida. and Count Tn Certificate NumlxrHtltll
1 until September when dated the Ith d. of July, A. D
they
"Win. Musselwhite, who Is ,2 .hu filed I mid tt nirir>w l> mofflro.
:will return In time for Mr. Vihlen and bus made ppltralkm for tat
to next winter. Mn. Vihlen attending the University of Florida deed. to issued thereon In ...........* with
crop returned home last week on! I... Raid Ortlflrito embraces tho following -
I* the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. hit summer vacation." i _'1.... property situated !. 1
:A. L Chandler Dads Coo l>. Florida to-wlli
prominent residents
,
'Fred Lucas and Fred Gidlof LoU I to IS IlIk. 1. West C.l, PI.11|
of Silver Palm I Book I In .., .
and Mr. left IS. rn.e the County D.d.
Vihlen Is a former resident Thursday on an extended trip, state at Florida.: I I II
of on which they expect to visit i! of Mid proptrty under OI
t.J""oarm:
Goulds. : Sweden." ; ,, Issued wu In Hi
name o(: Unknown I'nlw, mid OrlKI
Louise A. Murphy, daugh- i i"G.. W. Moon, Mrs. G. I. .... shall o> noMimd areordint I.. l>.
ter of Mr. and Mrs C. M. tai deed will ...... thereon on hc lift
Murphy Gault and Mrs J" T. Vann and day "f lul lr. A. 1>. 1041
and Fred J. Fuchs son of children leave next week for, Doled this bah due of Junv A I> 1M1 I

Mr. and Mrs C. T. Fuchs, Sr., I Pennsylvania where they will1 1 t Circuit E.C<>urI.B. LrATIUKMAN Dade Counlr .Florida clerk

were secretly united In matrimony visit friends and relatives" Circuit Court ..1 I

by Rev. R. A. Selby Saturday I -"At a meeting of council on IJun.By'0.N.'7.C.July ITERRETT.4. IL IC D.IIU C I I

night June 4, at the Metho- i Wednesday evening it was decided

dist personage, T. L. Graves Jr., i to advertise for bids on the $30,000 For results use Leader- I

end Miss Nadine Chambliss be- bond issue, which bears seven Enterprise Classified Ad

Inng the only witnesses. . Mr. percent Interest. These -bonds are
and Mrs. Fuchi will make their issued in denominations of $500 wTHTTl'TTfl'T7TrTFTWTTrTnw'rT' 'rrTi n J\ eelaw

home for the present with Mr. and multiples thereof. ."-(Florida "mill
and Mrs C. T. Fuchs. Sr, In the City) _DR.R.S.AKERS;

country. Mr. Fuchs. who has been "Leonard Chapman Is con- I DENTIST I IjOtflc THURSDAY, JUNE 26
farming the past winter will be I I

employed in the Fuchs Market I' MOTICB TAX or DEED APPLICATION Fife S121.FOR RoueIa.WtoBp.sa; and let us show you
Notice u horror given that Balllwlrk I
Slipping
away Thursday Ine. Wider a> _'-... of City of II..... I i
evening at I o'clock, without their 'toad Tax Conificata Numbered MM, Sudars: I to It what your dollar will buy
friends! discovering them Miss dated tfc.lthd.Fof. Donwoir, A. D. Clawed Saturdays j jI ji
HOT. b'u
Hid Certificate In
Othelia Fuchs and F. H. Redd ,fflaa. and has .audi application for wir I I

were quietly married at the Episcopal lax nth dad Uw.to fM feauo Ctrtlflrat then," la onhraroi aefordanco the I i Free Parking Space j jHM SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO

manse by the rector, Dr. folhiwlni diocrlbrd proport alluatod l> ,
C. P. Jackson. Dado Comity Florid ..-.111 N. W. tfTH ST. MIAMI!
They Immediately Lot II. Block S, Lincoln Park In the HOMESTEAD, FLA.
event to their new home on'Fran- Cltir of I............ County of Dad. I i PHONE: s-mi :
.. .
SUM of Florid ,
els . .
itreet
Mr. and Mrs. Redd The aow mrnt of Mid ": "
arc a popular young Homestead the said certificate issued won"In.n the
name oft Unknown. Unloia Hid '
couple, Mrs Redd, the daughterof ate hall br rtdermod aeenntlni c.tI'I'1 l
Mr. and Mrs C T. Fuchs, Sr., ten deed will bow thereon on the ilrd
dar of July, A. D IW1
being Intereited in Girl Scout Dated this 17th dar of Jim.. A. D 141 I
!work and other club activities E. R. IFATHFRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dad Cuuntjr Florid 1
Mr. Redd a brother of County Circuit Court Soul ,
Commissioner J D. Redd By N. C STERRETT D
has I (June 20. it. July .. II, II, 9.f,


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I.BURRELL LEONARD JOINER IS MARRIED MISS\ ELEANOR KENDRICK

: TO MRS. MARY KING SPEER OF AMERICUS The Calendar I TO JOHN WHICHARD IN HOME CEREMONY ,

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Burrell Leonard Joiner of Homestead Miami on a vacation and visited June 20-B. P. W. C. Silver The marriage of Miss Eleanor I wedding trip they will live In an
i? and MM. Mary King Speerof ]I the Joiners here for several days. tea for Red Cross benefit from Kendrick and John Hardy Which- apartment in the home of Mn.
Americus. Ga., were married Mr. Joiner later went back to- 3 till S o'clock In Woman's Clue ard took place at 8 o'clock June. B. H Edwards.
Wednesday afternoon in the par- Americus and the engagement was [building. 17 at the home of Mr. and Mn. !Mrs Frank Hausman and airs.
sonage of the First Baptist Church'of sealed. I June 20-Meeting of HomesteadArt W. B. Mills, brother-in-law andsister Frank Webb gave a mlsceUI.n .
Key West by its pastor, the II Mr. Joiner owns the Seminole I I Club with O. F. McIntyre in of the bride. The ceremonywas ou. shower for the bride June
Rev. Ted. M. Jones. I Hotel, which he and his mother Chamber of Commerce at 7 p.. performed In candlelight I before I 12 at the home of Mrs. Hausman.',
The ceremony was witnessed by I have operated In Homestead for .I m. an Improvised altar by the Guests wrote wishes for the
Mn. Speer'i son King, and herdaughter many years. The newlyweds and June 20-Meeting of Ad Astrs Rev. J. J. Richards, pastor of theHomestead I couple on the back of small
Miss Martha Speer, who I Mrs. Speer's two unmarried child- :,Chapter, O. E. S. Methodist Church, in hearts. Tullulah Ann Webb,
made the trip to Key West with]I ren will live there. Another son, June 24-Meeting of Jennie the presence of relatives and close i, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bevo'
the bride 'and bridegroom. Other I!Charles Speer lives In Savannah, Lobdell Circle with Mrs. Bruce friends. I I Webb presented the honor guests
witnesses were Mrs. George Cos- Mid another daughter, Mrs. Judson Ennis. The bride and bridegroom approached "o'Ith.a wagonload of gifts. I.K" :'"+
Strong, lives In Columbus, : ;
horn, Mn. Annie Sharpley, Miss : June 23-Meeting of Jennie the altar: to the strainsof Sandwiches cakes, mints end c(!
Mary Lowe and Chat. S. Lowe, 1 Ga.Mrs.. Joiner Is a graduate of Lobdell Circle. the "Bridal horu." from "Lo I I punch were served. 'l- '
Key West friends of Mr. Joiner 1 Miss Harper's Florist School of I June 25-Rotary Ann night at hengrin", played by Mrs. Mills, I Guests were: Mrs W B. Mill,'
and his mother, Mn. Gusile Joiner. i Atlanta and of the E. Burnham Rotary Club. and during the ceremony she Mrs. H. G. Thurman, Mrs. Henry
I played Godard's "Berceuse." I I Brooker, Jr., Mrs. Allan KiMamt
School of Beauty Culture of New June 23-Benefit covered-dish
The bride wore a tailored dressof York City. She was owner and I supper of Redland W. S. C. S. The bride' was lovely in a street- Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, Mrs. Bevo
white corded chiffon with I operator of a thriving florist business June 26-Meeting of Dorcai length ensemble of sheer white Webb Mrs. B. H. McVay, Mra.i .#
white accessories, and a corsage ; and beauty parlor In Amer- Class with Mrs S. A. Turner. crepe with matching accessoriesand Julian H. Webster, Mrs. E. :%
bouquet of stephanotis.The icui, where she has spent most I gardenia corsage. I i Andersen, Miss Alta Webster aMiss
: July Meeting of Legion Aux- Frick. ;oJ.I .
marriage came as the result of her Cfe. I The bride's table was centeredby Virginia
I iliary In Legion hali.July .
of the renewal several months Mr. Joiner la a veteran of the a three-tier wedding cake encircled 'I .4;'
ago of a romance that began more'World War, in which he was I 3-Fourth of July dance with g'adioll and white' W. S. C. 8. MAKES PLANS .. 'f
than thirty yean ago In Americui 'I wounded; three times He is a in Chamber of Commerce build tapers in crystal holders. Mrs. TO EQUIP PARSONAGE JA
Georgia, when Mary King was the past master of Royal Palm Lodge, ing.July Frank Hausman presided over the
lirJhood'eetheart of Mr. Joiner. F. It A. M., Homestead; a past I! Business meeting of serving of the cake and:! Ice cream, I I Plans for replacing broken or?
Miss King later married Russel patron of Ad Astra Chapter, O.I,I Homestead B. P. W. C. In Cham- and she was assisted by Mrs. Bexo worn articles in the parsonage,
Speer, since deceased Mr. Joiner E. S., Homestead; past high priest ber of Commerce at 8 p. m. Webb Mrs. Frank Webb and Miss were made at an all-day meet :
tame to Homestead in 1915 with Royal Arch Masons; and a 32nd'I. July 7-Garden Cub: meeting a: Bertha Nill Hausman. Ing of the Woman'a Society off
Christian Service of the Homestead -
his mother, but never married until degree Scottish Rite Mason. He Homestead Woman's Club build- I The bride Is a daughter of the Methodist Church Tuesday!
now. was born and reared in Ander- Ing. late Dr. B. M. Kendrick of Lu- Palm State park.TL,
La March: Mrs. to sonville, Ga. i at Royal ;
Speer came
Ala. She
July 11-Luncheon meeting of verne, was graduatedfrom Mrs. E. E. Atkinson wife oO
Episcopal' Auxiliary at Blackford Alabama College at Mon- the park warden, was hostess to
INTEREST CENTERS TODAY IN SILVER home. I tevoler, Ala., and for the past the group. ,->'
has made her home with '
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TEA TO BE GIVEN FOR LOCAL RED CROSS I II NEIGHBORHOOD CIRCLE year Mr. and Mrs. Mills. She is a mem- served A covered at noon.dish luncheon owes.

DOES RED CROSS SEWING ber of Ponce de Leon High Present were: Mrs J. D. Redd, .
Community interest is ( Mrs. Henry Ruegg, Mrs Chas W. The Redland Neighborhood School faculty. Mrs Roy Darby. Mrs. J. P. An-
Ing today around the 'fnter-I Camp, Mrs Clna Stewart, Mrs I Circle held an all-day meeting The bridegroom I Is a brother of derson, Mrs. Geo. .Jtanson Mrs.:
to be given In the J. F. Hammett and Mra. Sylvia Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Bevo Webb of Homestead D. Eaker, Mrs. J. J. Richards,
t building from, 3 to 5 this after- Atkins. I L. H. Klopp to sew for the Red and a son of Mrs Mary Which-I''C. O. L. Showalter, Mrs. J. A.
noon by the Homestead B. P. W. An exhibit of garments made Cross project A covered dish 'ard of Hattiesburg, Miss. He received McNeill, Mrs. B. M. Hindman.I ,
c., to raise funds for operatingthe by the local Red Cross workers luncheon was served at noon. I his education In Hattle.I .- i I Mrs. Selma Reitz, Mrs. H. M.
a 1 South Dade Chapter of the will be shown by Mrs. B. A. Tib- The group decided to meet next I burg. For the past five years he Brown Mrs. Mollie Wingate, Mn.
Red Cross. bits, president of the chapter, and, Wednesday afternoon at the homeof has been connected with the;;I D. L. Bowen Miss.Jennie LobdeU
Mrs. Herbert Katz, chairmanof Mrs Green Rives, Mrs. Klopp to complete the ,Homestead Furniture Co. and Misses Esther and Helen Liv
the tea, announces that the urer. articles. When they return from their I ingston. a
program will consist of: readingsby I let'retary-treU-1 Present were: Mrs J. A. Roth- I
Mrs. C. H. Rice instrumental -
; erham, Mrs. Geo. Wright, Mrs.
MRS. J. S. CA\
numbers by the Redland Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Reed Holmes, !
Ensemble, Jose Gaacafra.Strln'l I BIRTHDAY : Mrs. Chase, Mrs. J. Lawrence DIXIE DRUG !
seph Elder Mn. Walter E. Mrs. J. S. Caves of Florida City I Scott, Mrs. Klopp and Miss Eva
and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs; vocal was given a surprise birthday Rotherham. JACK POLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON
4 numbers by Mrs. H. K. Fou'k; and! dance numbers by several small members of the family and friends.A WOODMAN CIRCLE TO HELP
lawn supper was enjoyed. FURNISH HOSPITAL ROOM:
girls.Mrs.. Katz ia being assisted by Present besides Mr. and Mrs. The Royal Poinciana Grove
I Caves were: Mr. and Mrs. JesseW. Woodman Clrc, voted at Its
AREME CLUB GIVES : Caves and sons, Ronald andMerle meeting June 12 at the home of
i Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walkup Mrs. W. D. Coker to assist the district -
OUTDOOR SUPPER Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pullen, I I circle In furnishing a wardIn .
The member of Areme Club of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd DIetz and I I the Crippled Children's Hos .a.r.t !IIIIIIGeci
Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. Sand :children Johnny, Anita and Phyl-I pital.
their families enjoyed arovereddish lis, and Mr. and Mrs. Lake Dietz I Mn. Cecil Curl gave a reportof
I supper In the city and children, Betty Jo and.Bob-, the district convention held\&
I by. Fort Lauderdale recently.SPECIAL .
park Friday evening. ;
After supper the group reviewed s
amusing Incidents In the
tiMory of the club and the chap-
ter.

Present were:: Mr and Mrs.
R Livingston 'Mr. and Mrs. W.I: |i
B Caves. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. I D o
Turner, 3r., Mr. and Mrs. Sam J.
Duvls Mr.: and Mrs Lloyd Delta 1j 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. a Meybem. Mrs. j 1,
I Ciussie Joiner. Misses Esther and I ,
Helen Lvlnjston, Miss Betty Jane 1
Meybem Jackie Caves and John
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ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF MARRIAGE COMMITTEES APPOINTED I

OF MISS ETHEL ROBERTS AND DR. FISHMAN I FOR RCDI-IND WOMAN'S CLUB 1

Mrs. Seymour Dane, president, ;
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I Redland District friends! of trict She was graduated from announced the following committee '. J
Events Miss Ethel I Roberta of Chicago,!',Redland High School In 1938 appointments at the closing .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan I and for the past two years has meeting of the Womlln'ub of : :
,
the Rcdlands Tuesday afternoon: r
Robert of Redland :
were surprised made her horn In Chicago
to learn of her marriage program, Mrs E A. Caiter Mrs.M. i
MISS HELEN FIELD AND GEORGE ESTELL on May 9 to Dr. Louis Zolo I Dr. Fishman a throat specialist. A. Baker and Mrs. H J Armstrong
Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. B. Wai-
auditing A.
, ARE WED ON BOK TOWER BRIDAL PATHWith Fishman of Chicago. |I ;
Fishman of Chicago He was dill Mrs. W. M. Brodie and Mrs .
The marriage took place in !: graduated from the Universityof I
Mrs.
+ -- I Geo. W. Turner Jr.; library
Bok Tower In 'Lake Walesin I'| Moye. Miss Marjorie Moser Waukegan. III., In the presence Illinois and from a medical Armstrong, safety, Mn Frank
I.ii,. front of them. Miss Helen Misses Mildred and Margaret of relatives and close friends. 'school In Vienna. He frequently Stillman; publicity Mrs. Cm t
Field and George Estell of Homestead Field, Miss Marybelle Gibbs, The bride wore a navy ensemble II'I contributes' to medical journals Stewart: and Red Cross. Mrs. W. ,
.,' took their marriage vows athigh 'Roy Nelson, Robert Cast and' with pink accessories and a corsage D. Mahan.
Sunday Bridal Path Willard Norman. of gardenias Dr. and Mrs. Fishman are
noon on I Announcement was made that
i I The bride from of their home at the Park
, the famous sanctuary. The comes one making
at Among the pre-nuptial showers I the club will entertain the Dade
I the pioneer families of the dis- Central Hotel lu Chicago
.",- marriage service was read by the for Mrs. Estell was a miscellaneous County Federation In January.
Rev. A. A. Koestllne pastor of the shower
given Friday ] Present were: Mrs. Stillman,
lxi First Methodist Church of Lake evening at the home of Miss JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB TO DO ITS PARTIN Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Stewart
'
.\ Wales and former pastor of the Mary McNeill by Miss McNeill ,, ENTERTAINING SERVICE MEN OF AREAThe Mrs. Carter. Mrs Dane Mrs. Ma-
t Homestead Methodist Church in and Misses Helen and Antoinette] han and Mrs Walden
the presence of a group of relatives Moye. The club season will begin In
and friends. ,I Using the letters of the bride's1! Junior Woman's Club of I chairmen appointed by Mrs I September

.(;)) Mrs. Alton Horne and Earl' given name, Helen and the Homestead will have a part in Wynn arc: decorations, Mrs.
, Field, sister and brother of the, groom's surname, Estell as initial helping to entertain enlisted men Caws Mrs Bruce Ennis Mrs.
; bride, were the attendants.The I letters the guests listed of the country's armed forces Frank Bernecker Mrs. Olin I (
bride wore a street-length i things the bride should do and whenever they are in the Miami Huff, hne
and Miss Ellen refreshments
dress of white shadow sheer made I i should not do. Mrs. Ivan Moser area passing through on shore Wright
1 with v-neckline and short puff and the honor guests were win-I leave or attached to the various Mrs. Virginia Walton,
sleeves and ruffled pockets. Her I,I, ners in a Friday, the thirteenth! service activities located In the Mrs. L. T. Proctor, and Mrs. F. I 'Dr. Leonard >V. MaskingGLASSES I III
accessories were white and her contest and Mrs. J. E. Close was area. B. Greene; tickets Mrs Bernecker t

1 corsage was made of gardenias.I''I winner in a guessing! contest. i At a meeting of the recreation and Mrs. Roberta Harrison MtUHiIni III Era [.. j
I committee cashier, Mrs. Ansel BJITOW; serving II and ..1I-1
Mrs. 'Horne wore a pink romaine Mrs. Estell was presented of the Defense Councilof Fitting a.0ar1.s
Dade County held at the door Miss Pearl Whit- 141 N. F. Pint KU. Ml...l. :
dress with pink accessories i with a corsage, and a card attached Wednesday c..I' Air C..4UMii
and a corsage of pink i roses. I to the corsage gave the,, in Miami the local club was represented aker and Mrs. Ennis: and posters, I k l'...*" *.' Terms .
Others present were: Mr. and first clue of a treasure hunt to by Mrs. Augustus Wynn Mrs. Clifton DeBcrry .
Mrs. L. L. Field, parents of the find her gifts. ,I and Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., in the
r bride, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Field I I Present besides those already1 I II makng of plans to co-ordinate the I
Mn. Ivan Moser, Mrs. J. E.Close named were: Mrs. \Vaudell Pee- recreational activities of Dade YMf n !eoraY o.. ,
Mrs. Koestline, Misses An- 1 I'p'es Mrs. Virgil Grennell Jr.. County for service men In this %1 .,
n np
r tionette and Helen Moye. Miss area. y}_
I Mrs. Alton Horne Mrs. Cecil .
Mary McNeil, Miss Nella Sauls, :, Dodd, Mrs. Roberta Harrison. Suggested forma of entertain _e, M we!weYO..w wA Y011. .xr .w.n il
r Miss Marjorie Moser, Misses Mil Mrs Lloyd Mrs. L L. ment are parties boat rides pic- Inf l/.Mfa y Me a 's art !
dred and Margaret Field and I I[ Field, Mrs. FlIdS. Moy, Miss nics and dances. The club has YOY p.vwa .,.,.y{ MIuc.twx )
r Misses Waneta and Alene Koest Marjorte Moser. Miss Margaret not yet decided .on the form of .r w,...O .s n .GO e.r.ROI r.nwM.!O .,

) line.The I'Field, Miss Effie Booth. Miss, entertainment It will sponsor but A-Ve .a Pwrsrto
ceremony was followed bya I, Edwina Close, Miss Marjorie I jit; has decided that the proceedsof k I (I
1I picnic dinner In the city park :'Redd, Miss Nella Sauls and Miss Independence Day danceit .i r \.ru t
A large wedding cake was served ,'Sue Moye. ,, will give on the night of July
at the dinner. I I Gifts were received from; Mrs. 3 in the Chamber of Commerce !
After a wedding trip to Silver Earl Field Mrs. Maurice Jen- building at Homestead will\ start !
Springs, St. Augustine and other I I ness Miss Eleanor! Kendrick.is 1: fund to be used for the service \
points of Interest In Florida the Miss Martha Close and Miss I'I men's entertainment.

young couple returned to Homestead I Birdie Horne. ,i i i At the meeting In Miami 1 Wed. on a want
where they have an apart __ ''nesday, Bryan Hanks chairmanof
ment in the Lawrence house. I the Defense Council of Dade
I O. F. Mcintyre will meet with I
The bride has lived here 'County, outlined the work of the
I the Homestead Art Cub In the I II ELECTRIC RANGE i"d4
since infancy. She was graduated recreation
committee of which
Chamber of Commerce building
,I
from Homestead High this evening.A I George Whitten Is chairman. Mrs I
School and from Homestead :I Dorothy Thomason. of the com :
Business College. : I II !
bachelor whose landlady was mittee, told of the regulations for
The bridegroom came to Home- I the hostesses who are to be selected I
j i supposed to mend his clothes,
!
stead from Cincinnati. He Is employed
: to supervise the various
tired of finding his pyja
grew
In a local grocery store.A ,I mas always without buttons. !entertainments. It was Impressed $ 114.95 ..,. ;
I surprise shower for Mr. and
II 'I In despair he pierced the lid of upon recreation delegates that
I Mrs. Estell was given at their
Ii only light refreshments are to be
'I a cocoa tin and sewed it to his
i home Wednesday night whenguests 'pyjama jacket as a hint at these entertainmentsand' MSTAUAffONCXTM
brought canned goods I When the jacket was returned that beer, wine and liquor
with all the labels removed
!I he found the lid still there and are prohibited. no reason In the New
Various garnet were played THERE'S ? Century
I,, opposite It a buttonhole of equal Mrs. Wynn Is general chairmunof you to struggle
during the evening and ,
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HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. GROUP I

: ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I "RADIO DRAMA" AT PROGRAM


I: GARDEN' CLUB 'MEMBERS' VOTE TO HELP A "radio drama" was presented--;;:.-Clinton and \ I

at the Homestead B. P. W. C. offered to make
IN BEAUTIFYING OF PALM CEMETERYThe Monday evening by Mrs. Clna tea, and Mrs '
I Stewart, program chairman, who cash donation for I

members of the South large terminal clusters and whose served as announcer, Mrs. Roy A vote of thank I I
i Chandler Mrs. Herbert Kate, Herman Mark for
Dad Garden Club selected at leave are dark and rough She I
Mn J. F Hammett, Mrs. CharIM vertising signs for II J
their summer project: the beautlfleatioa displayed also the yellow salver Clinton and Mn. J. X. Gau- Mrs. Hammett was
of Palm Cemetery in shaped flowers of the Cordia Lutes WM. portation chairman I
Naranja in cooperation with the and the Cassia fistula and Announcement wu made that becue party to
South Dodo Cemetery Association Cassia regentla 'and distribute Burdiaes had awarded the cluban bars are invited on J I'' I
and will begin work as soon seed of the Cassia margiaaU extra fifty dollar prize In addition i Hialeah B P 'W C_ '
as plans arc completed After the meeting, member to the fifty dollars given! Mrs. Camp, bospita !
Decision to give their time and were taken through the Pratt for the club building fund. man, and Mn
their plants was made at a meeting home and hewn a new Irrigation I I
Mn Katz, chairman tor , at the home of Mrs Cha I system in operation on the club Red Cross benefit silver' cakes. 1
Pratt on West Waldln drive Mon.
grove tea In the Woman Club building Memben present :
day afternoon when Mrs J. A. I The next meeting will be held
this afternoon, reported on named were: Mn ,
RJcks and Mrs H. O. Cronwall In the Woman Club building in I the plans and the program Mr.' Mn B. A., Waldln, ,
were hosteise Homestead, and Mrs E. Milton Stewart, Mra Chas W. Camp,I Froscher, Mn Ben :
Color slides of flower arrangements Anderson and Mrs S. J. Lynch Mrs. Hammett, Mrs. Henry Ruegg,'I Miss Anne Lee I
were shown by a representative will be hostesses, It was announced I '
of a bottling company and .
books on flower arrangementwere Present were: Mn N. O Ball 'MISS RUTH FOX INSTALLED

distributed to the members. I Mn O. W. Calkins. Mn Fred OF HOMESTEAD'S LEGION
Mrs Herman Helnleln Identification I Fuchs, 1>Ira. Jas. McCready Mn
chairman displayed various ',Henry Ruegg Mrs. Joel J. Robinson -
plants and short talk Miss Ruth Fox was Installed state president, gave '
lave a Mrs. A. W. Jones Mrs J.
about each. She spoke of the 1 M Dobbin, Mrs J. r. president of the Legion Auxiliaryat on Red Cross work
Brunfelsla americana or lady of i I Mrs. W. K. Hias. Mrs. ROhrer'j I a luncheon at Bamboo Tavernon president to appoint
the night as being a most desirable Butler Mrs. H. M Brown Mrs I June 12 by Mrs. Margaret' for contact work.
Guests from \
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shrub a winter bloomer fra E. E. Crowson Mn T. L. Hodges -I II Upchurch, fifth district president.-
grant at night with funnel. I Mrs. E. Nichols, Mrs. T. M, Miss Fox was president in 1934. Mn Florence Cluck i
shaped flowers of snowy white Torbert, Mrs W. H. Owens Mrs I trict secretary Mrs. I
that fade to yellow. She showed, Geo. M Frick, Mn Paul Haley Other officers installed wereMrs : vin, district
also a specimen of the Markha- Mrs. Ralph Kingman, Mn R. Y.I Edw. Norman, Jr., vice- Mrs, Ethel Mugford (
president; \Ira. Harold Sheffield fare chairman, and \ : ; ; J
mla Hildebrandtil, a mall tree Burr, Mrs. Frank Hathaway Mn
Mrs Frank B. Rue
with showy yellow flowers and Bert Darling Mrs. J. W. Irwin, secretary; dahl Other guests :
the Serjanla a vine with hand Mrs. Frank Robinson Mrs. W. Y. treasurer; Mrs H. H. Ewing, chaplain -j Mary Robert of
some foliage and small\ whit fragrant :Bush Mrs E. H. Gallaher Mrs ; Mrs. Jesse Gossman, historian and Mrs. Florence
and I\fn. Geo. W. Turner
,:
flowers] :Vane Harris Mn E. A. Carter, Coral Gables
lira Roy Matthews president, :Mrs Geo. D. Ruehele Mn S. F Jr., sergeant-at-arma I Members present :
displayed the scarlet flowers of Matthews Mn Wm. Me Cullough Mrs Lamar Kendrick, outgoing Joel J. 'Robinson Mrs.
the Cordia Scbeatena an .n,. 'Mn. Roy Matthews, Mn Lynch president Introduced the guests i iMra. ingston Mrs. Edw.
veers tree native to the Florida 'Mn Andersen Mn Ricks, Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo presented Mrs."J. W. English
Key whOle flower are borne In [CtonwaU and Mn Pratt ,Mrs. Kendrick with a past pres.dent's ., Mn: Kendrick
pin. She presented also Mrs; Ewing. Mrs.
JUNIORWIAN'S a gift to Mrs Norman, past secretary Rue, Mn. G ronimo,
CLUB MEMBERS RETURN and Mrs. Geo. D.
Ruehle
I I field, and Miss Fox.
FOR A NIGHT TO CHILDHOOD'S FROLICS past treasurer All outgoing and
,incoming! officer were given cor.
t sages For results use I
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A kid party with a picnic supper stunt In an "amateur program"Other
i Mrs. Zoe Huzzah of Miami past Enterprise ,
was given for memben of the children' game were 1"E
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Junior W oman's Club of Home. played '.
Ice cream cones were served
stead Monday night at I
Tapawln-
at Tastyway later in the evening
go Inn by Mrs. L. T. Proctor and aNent war: Mrs. Augustus
These Used
Mn F B, Greene Wynn Mn Virginia Walton, Mrs.
Each guest received a box In I Frank Bernecker Mrs. E A.I 1
which was a picnic supper All- Buchanan. Mrs Whitney Beam I
day suckers. gum and balloons I Mrs Roberta Harrison Mn Richard -I
were given as favors. '! Huff Mrs. Ansel Barrow Mean
Mrs W. B. Caves. Jr and Mrs I Mrs. R. E. Sherard, Mrs. Robert' .
Olin Wright received the prizes I Glenn! Jr.. Mrs Fletcher Bryant.I
fired for the best costumes Mrs James L. Bird Mrs R J.
Mrs Stanley Wittkop and Mrs I Elliott Mn Caves, Mrs \\right'
Bruce Ennls won the door prize. Mrs DeBerry Miss Ellen Huff I MONEY IN !!
Mn Wright and Mr. Clifton De- I Miss Pearl Whi taker. Miss '
Berry won prizes for the best :Geraldine Reitz and the hostesses I II I

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Jo'ridayJun.en20, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Nine

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spent Saturday and Sunday with of Miami and their children were ney returned Saturday from
his parents. Mr. and Mrs J. L. Saturday visitors in Florida (!IV.]|Cape Sable. .

i In and Around younger Fletcher brother.of Aladdin Jack,City.Is In His theNavy ',I Mr. and Mn D. Huston of i: Mrs M. Silverman__ of Coco.
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t serving on the Tusoaloosa Jacksonville and their children, nut Grove.. and her grand-child-

1 Maureene and Donald, spent,]ren. Marlon. Gloria and Alfred
Mrs. F. D. Mock and daughter,!I Monday and Tuesday as guests of,Silverman spent Tuesday and
i HomesteadMn Joylene, will leave Sunday for a1:Mr. and Mn Lester Walkup. Donald Wednesday here.
vacation in Edison, Ga.
i remained for a short visit at
,, I III i I Mr and Mrs Joseph Rusted of
I the home of Mr. and !Mrs. Jesse
,I ---_ Ralph Dellinger son of Mr. and ( I Miami are spending a few daysas
Mrs D. H. Delunger, left Friday Caves :'
I L. L. Chandler and Infant spend the summer therewith his to spend the summer in guests of R. W. Mulllni

daughter left the tint of the week father. ville, N C. II Mr and Mn J C Watson left I Mrs Fred Barker returned Saturday
f N C..
for( Waynetvttle where they ChelT1-1 for Chicago Wednesday one-week ID
from a stay
will spend the summer. Mr. Vernon Turner has enrolled for Hugh Bowen, Harry Key West

Chandler accompanied them to the summer session at Stetson Elbert West left Saturday to spend Mr. and Mn L. G Brown and I
Wiynesville, then returned in
University two weeks n Metter and Motozo- I family are spending a few weeks Answer
time to attend the meeting of mo, Ca. at Cape Sable:
the Florida Cltrui Commission( at Mrs Florence M. Barnes and I I 1. A tack, in your shoes. 2. There
Lakeland Wednesday.Dr. Mist Mary Milliard of Chicago Mrs. C. M. Degler and children I M--: were only two plums: he took one
and Mrs Richard Mr. and T Shields and' and left 3. A comb. 4.
I have returned to Chicago after Degler and one. Alphabet -
and Mn Carl F.Robinson a two-week stay at Mrs. Barnes children, all of Elkins W. Va., children of Miami were Sunday I I S. One misses the train; the
and daughters, Sue and Patty place on Newton road _'heretn.. arrived last night to visit Mr. Shields guests of Dr. and Mn S. S. ;other trains the misses.-Progressive

loft Monday for their summer Barnes was furnishing her new and Mrs J. V. Davis, parents of : Farmer.
" home In Burlington Vt. home erected during the spring the Mrs Deglers I
..-.., .. [ Mr. and !Mn Alonzo Lewis left I
J Mrs H. M. Brown Sr, spent Tuesday for a two-week vacation
Mr and Mrs F. L. McHwaln FLORIDA in Chicago NEWT. G. BALL
CITYBy
the week-end with her son and II |
and their daughter and IOn i _
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs
MIl W. w. Sever
Elizabeth and Arnold, left Sun-
day to spend two weeks touring Harry M Brown Jr., In West -,....-..............--....- I The Rev. W. E. Rowell left Wed NOTAKT PUBLIC
Palm Beach. Mr. Brown, Jr.. Is I nesday to attend the annual church
North Carolina and South Carolina Mr and Mrs
employed by Southern Bell Tele- Rudolph Mattsonleft i conference In Daytona Beach. i i
Tuesday for Fort Pierce where
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phone Co. I Fire Insurance and
I Mr. Mattson Is engaged in farming Mr. and Mrs Letter Walkup of I'

Mn Qulnnle Sherard, accompanied Miami arrived Iliursda for a : Kindred Lines
I Mr and Mrs Cecil Lee entertained
by her ion and daughterinlaw -, visit of several days with relatives :
over the week-end Miss
Mrs Boyd Cohernour Mrs '
Mr. and Mrs Geo. .
Chamberlain of Gainesville, returned -I' Esther .Williamson of Fort Lauderdale Burley Dendy and daughter Jean II N. Krome AreINDEPIADENCET .
to Mrs. Sherard home and Mr and !Mrs Francis Free- Mr and Mis Harold Rohi-r
.> here. Mri Sherard had spent man left Thursday for a'lslt and children. Juan,ta and Rod- I
several weeks at the Chamberlain' -i I Mrs Burrell McVay of Matties-' with relatives In Lewlsburg W"
home In Gainesville burg Miss, arrived last week to'. Va.
visit her brother-in-law and sister -
I I Mr. and Mrs Bevo Webb. II Mrs H. M Deglar left Tues-l
bliss Lucille West spent the!I, day for a three-week visit with | A" V".. Independent at fir low" Amore
week-end with Mr. and Mrs \\'m'l I i Miss Kathleen Freeman left her son and daughter-in-law Mr. j pllry I I. not cutninlMl On,
McMichael In Miami. I I Sunday to spend several weeksIn and Mrs. Harry Degler, In Toledo.I ingot b* both fully. end proptrltr
Daytona Beach rowed will gladly l savior ,.". .>'
I
Mrs Virgil Lyon left last week Mrs Anton Waldtn returned Your pwltlon II muxl>4. And If
for Waycrots, Ga.. where she li i, Mrs. L. Ruth Scott and son, Friday from Tucson, Ariz., to attend You need .n"lolI of your present inumner .
nursing! her brother Cecil Ward" Bruce, left Wednesday to visit the graduation of her son I., lb. fully pnri..-M. we will
la the A. C. L. hospital. friends and relatives In Dearborn, Mn Waldin also visited her .., Ivbr attending 14 the ch..(M ItEDWARD
Mich. mother, Mn Baker in Oklahoma. -
do
nVUwted Ie 10
I .
Wilmington
Mrs Leslie Hinkle of
Mrs O. M. Freeman of Coco-
Del., Is spending Mrs Charles STOGISALTO
Ie\'er-j Becker returned
nut Grove Is ill at the home of
ll months with her parents Mrand. last Saturday from a short visit
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Mrs,..John E. Cooper.Mr. with her .
daughters, Misses Isabel
;and Mrs Frank Webb. Areal rr A..rlma AlliaaraLasser.
and Mary, of Miami c.. ji

and Mrs Thomas Richardsof j, Ralph Fletcher who has been In Mello Cia f/lerlda
Milwaukee, Wls, 'uncle and[the communications division at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stalling
aunt of J. H and Clarence Gram,I I i Camp Blandmg since FebruaryDR.M.A.BERGER
arrived Tuesday to spend several)I, I
months at the home of J. H'I J I I II
Gram on West Plummer drive
I I

Mr. and Mrs Wm. Smythe left, DentistOffice I
Friday to spend most of the summer -
In New York City. !
Hours 8:30-4:30 ,

bliss Josephine Pulsifar who I UseRedland
had been visiting Mrs J. A. Roth-I, open Erenlna by Apnolntmeil _
erham In Redland left last week I
for her home In Maine. She was I First National Bank I

accompanied as far as Boston by
fas Rotherham Jr.. who will Building: :I

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NOTICE 0' APPLICATION POa. Norm or APPLICATION SOS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
fAX DEED : TAX DUD TAX DEED

File 1.:11 II I Kotlr ta Flit I4U4)ilvoi that Thr*. I Nation b krrrar File Inters$4266 that BalllwlrkIn CLASSIFIED ADS

II HERFBY GIVEN that dom Hailry. = u iMltnrw of City *, holder M aatliar* uf *>tty of 'I
nudurui Balry, ..... .. iwm "fiCtty of HoMtrad Tu Cantftntu Nmaorrd.' Mon oit.ad Tai ....11..... Nunktrrd: ] I

of. 11_.... Tai (7y.. ...... ITI .and 117*. U4 DM 411 tf of 1 I* darrd) the tk day of Jews,.AJ>D.'iMT .
1Io.M'r.ll.! f't. t,tl. ae.4 mlSTTS JIM. A D. m hu ftlrd uld CrnU ku filed Mid CrrttrVnu ll wlyoffu. RATE First Insertion 10* a Hoe, subsequent Inxrtlonf
.. .. and ku, mad application! far
Stdl IK'J stag stof H* fkor to Ky iaYlr. and ku ud ap.
tin*: Kid. ,211. :rat 1114: Ml*: 1(11 1! pllcatloi for tai 1.:1. t* Wes thrrrin tai drrd to tarn Ihrrrol in arrordanr* 64 a line
$21'lIS.mh'l.rIS.A.3220D.a1 tk* In iroordiM ., laid C.rtiti.got" .Ilk law, Bald Crrtlflcat .rakw the -
D. 0nd27. hM SM1.14.rrdd _b.... the following tVreriMdprupmy fnllowlni dnrrlhrd propmy estimated ll -

Ippllmtion Certificates for li my Ul offlr deal:*,to and kwu*km thrrrimIn mid I Florida. .t.Nested to Dad County Dado Lot County U. Block Florida I. Lincoln....Park: Addition I' FOR RENTFOR I FOR SALE Tropical plants tit:

_._ with law Bald Crrtlfi.mUa Lot II. AdoM AddlH to tW City la the City of R.tnroloadCounty I rug tree and tropical milt tai
of But of Florida ; I
mbmr the. following drorrlkrdStroprrty of HoaMttrad .County of Dadr. Dadr (
lllultrd II Did County Flort.dn. .1." of Florida. .. owiknord I* The niTTirrrrt of Mid property in RENT-Furnitried cottage. 3 eason Jungle Grove, RdUn4
.... tile trmfk. kviird In the
la
Crrtlflral N., 1171, The oiini wu
town | most of Mid property ...... the same of Unknown Unless Mid Crrtlt blocks from ocean on Muml I road and PlumnMt drive.
Lot 4, Block t. Commrrr Addnta .. Mid Certificate bate Mail b* redeemed Iroordlnl I t* :
issued
to Beach 2
wu in* I at $20 a no bedroom
tile City of H.unwind. Gusty sane of .... Wi.I'.... ....100. I I law, tai ... will New Ihrrono mm the .
Dad. Star of Florid.. .. mhmrrd Lot U Adam Adda. to IM City. I tin day nf July A. D 1941.Dad : living room, kitchen bath with, LOANSLOANS
.. Certificate N. 17(1 Thr nnw I of Moment, cf I Iof this led day of Jun., A. D.
rat if Mid property .... the Florida County Dade, State 14L r shower, nice yard Will suit 2
u embraced to Cmift-
Mid Certificate Staged WM ll UM I ..,. No. 1171 The MiMimnt of L B LEATHEXMAN J couples or 4 person Apply to TO BUILD, MODERNIZE;

MUM of Unknow*. I rid property ender the Mid ('_" .. Clerk of Cirrus Court I Mrs. Lois E. Trtpte 8821 Fron. REPAIR Residential Grove
Lot *. Block I. C__ Addn. I I rot ....... wu to the slaves of COo Dado County Florida.
ta the. City of Homratrid County ,| ....... circuit Court 1m. .1| de Aor phone (2441 Surf- and Business Proper)
ml Dad. Slat of Florida. M ... .. N. C., ???. D. C.
InhM MM OrtlflraM shall .. rr.dromrd side Miami Beach From $30 to $5.000-from 6 mo to
(
Slowed I. Crrtifkatr No 1743. The pJ8)
sororities* law. tai tftm will Uun (. ... 10. 17 July 4, 1411 I -
liiiaanunt of oaid .... S
property years
.low ..
-* 01 tb Put day of July
4k* Mid Certificate .bond wu I* UMnaaw FOR RENT-Small house completely No Down Payment-No Red Tip
of Unknowi rated thin NOTICI OF APPLICATION rOJT
tic day of Jose, A. D. TAX DEED; | furnlthed Phone S08J.I SMALL
Lot .. Block I. Comnxnw Addnta .. 194L MONTHLY PAYMENTS
the. City of Honuolrad Countyd Fii. ...::11N.
Dad*. state of Florida. u rmkraord I K.I LEATRERMANCJrrk ..... ll krrroy given that Thr*. | jnt-U $200 for 31 mo.-Repa. $839 mo.

ta Ortlfkil N... 174*. Tk I, of Circuit Court Wu &1""' kotdrr M uoltrn of City $500 for 3< mo.-Repay $13.VI III"
Dad .. .
'lor. ..
County. :
srermeaI of Mid Property undrrlr ,Circuit, Court rl of Homestead T.. Cnlfkalo NumkorcdIOOIS ,FOR RENT-One and two bedroom $1 500 SO
ofJun for mo.-Repay $3130
Mid Crrtlfk.tr kurd m ll and IWilS. acted the led day
I By N. c STunnr D. C. *. A. D. 1.11. ku filed Mid tAnlo I| apartments; electrically
was same of Unknown mo.
I (Hun I. It. to. tT July 4. lull ,. ._ ta offlr and hu madr
Lot I. Blork : Comnorr Addn., j my ip equipped; fully furnished; Ak for FREE Estimates
ta IM Chy of :MOMd, County of plkatioa M insist tkrrronIn
.t.1:1.
Dale, But of rmbraordta NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ... law. Bald Corttfl.Mia I clean; reasonable rent; five Without Obligation
Crrtilical. ho."diil4. Tn ace DEIDi I wibrar the f.. .... .. dorrtbrdproprrty minute drive to Homestead on LOANS
_., of Mid proprrty leader the .It...... ll Dad Count,. Fkirt. can be secured to Modem-
Fit 1411*
aid CoPt"..... .IMurd ... li the i Nodes 'li fcrrrky at" that Bifllwlrk *." towns I Federal Highway; corner Bit1 Ize ants Repair LEASED OR
% I
scar of Unknown. I linekoldrr Lot I. Block t. Boulevard Ado cayne drive at Modello. Eva
u amiinrr of Bwnladrii I MORTGAGED
dltion. In the City of H_....... Property.
Lot S. Block. 4. Con Miu* Addn.. i iIn Drainage Tai Onlflrat* numfcrnd tWHIdatrd I Collins. J6tf)
County of Dado state of Honda, \\e alto
have
the City, of the nth FHA. LOANS for
tfamrotrad County t tof say of Autruat. A .V IMIL I embossed I. Certificate Net
Dad. auto of Florida' Mid orrtlfirau offlc and u New Home
u rm. In
ny payable monthly
Mated ll Certificate No. ITtl Tho I't'I: ippllmtlol for tad W tour I any loot*.Seder Tho OJMiiairM the Mid Cortlftoil of MM pmp.b.urd I FOR RENT 3-bedroom, 2-bath over 20-23 years -
agur"ent of Mid and.r arrordanc .
property with law wu In the mm of Vnko.a.LA home; unfurnished Nice loca
the Mid Certificate logged WM ll I certificate embraces the following Let ui supply your BUILDING
I Block 7. Boulrrard Addistbs.
of H. Camrron. armed tion. J. R. Brooki (mJe-U
the I.
nam A I proprrty. situated Did County.I HurmtradCounty
I. it. City of NEEDS.
Lot *, Block" 4. Commrrr Addnta .. I Florida. to wit t of Dad Slatr of t.._. Prompt Service
the City of HnmrtMd, toastyd Lot (. Short T. Plnrkmt U... u rnkrurd In l.rtiflratr N... FOR RENT-Reiidence in Florida I BROOKER LIMBER CO.
"t. Slatr of "' rm Flat Book I, Fair 1T1, located Dad Tho ._.... nf Mid I Phone
10011. 62
ii. 1' 3 bedroom Homestead Fla.
City electric
; fireplace
krarrd Certificate
No. Th County. Slat of Florid. I IhonId" Tty ... the rid Crrtlflrat la -
noramrnt of Mid property under of Mid Property wader sued WM In the ...* of Ueknows.V.I. stove running hot and cold I
the Mid Crrtlfkil Wad WM ll I Ith rrrtifk.tr Issued WM In the namr'of I
.. Sold Crrtlflrau hall o rr-1
-mm* of Unknown i Unknown UnlrM Mid rrrtldrato shall dormrd securities to law. tai .....* will water two bathrooms; reasonable I MISCELLANEOUS
Lot 17, Hall a Addn.. In the k* noWmrd irrordlni to law. tai deal rent. Apply Leader.lnler-
of July
Issue Uirrmi the 9th day .
City of H_.._. County of Did. I will hour thrrron on the 14th day of I..., D. on
Maw of Florida, embraced A D A. 1"1. prise Avocado Lodge
u InGrrtiflnt 141
Dated this lid day of Junr. A. P 1141 I IS.
N... 1101. The aaMW.nrnt Dead this 10th day of M.y. An. 1M1. II LEATHER"AN.Clor' REDLAND RD. and Biscayne dr.
of MM proprrry Wads the MidOrrttflnt E. B LEATHERMAN I
.wad WM In the Mm I Clerk of Circuit Court. Dad nf Clrruil Couaty Court.. FloHda.Clrml FOR SALE I Dinners, luncheon; room withor
of ...... County Florida without
I meals
Lot" goalDodo Phone "..W.
III Hall'! Addition. III 'M Circuit Court Co.rrBra.c
CKy of Romrctrad'. County of Pad. I BY N. C BTFRlim D C. nF.lRF.'I'T.' :lUll D. C. HOUSEHOLD GOODS for laicTwin i I I, (mie-30))
(June I. II. to. 17 July 4.
But of Florida u rmbracrd In I (May II 10 June d IB 10. 1411 beds complete with mattresses -
Orrtlflf.tr No. *JOI The Ml Mowirnt I
of said under the ooldOrtlflroto I and springs; mahogany4drav.er QUILTS LAVNDERED. 5.v ellc, .
property IN THE CIRCUIT COURT: Of fRI I I NOTICE or APPLICATION Foil ,
.Ward wu to the llama ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TAX DEED fling cabinet; Englishtea I Blankets. double or single. and

ft Lot Unknown I*. Hill Addition In the I COlNTYl FLORIDA In IV CkanrrryVo AND FUK DADS II III I Sotlr. !10 hrrrny File Hll troops that Thro wagon and other furnishing, I I i bedspread same price Mr*.

City of Homestead County ., I>odr. U2I drew Bl Iry. holder M a..1.l nrr of City Can be seen at Citizens (ink Keitt Jackson, US S XV ind st,
Cut of Florida. .. embraced to I BILL TO ONE of Homntrad Tai Crnlfkalro......"
I| lIome"leltd. 18 tf
Certificate No. 1201. Tko lurnu TAX JIOm 'irATE( BUI and 6620. dated the 4th day of Bldg for next ten du>*. Gertrude t ttt .)
,
Most of raid property under the uldCrrtlflMtr CITY IF HOMESTEAD I ntunkl.ral .. I.... A. D. II!". .... filed sod '.nl". Breslau Fuller. jn6-tf -a
issued wu In the same I I corporation ., the auto of Florida 1<.... In my .11.... and hai made .pplication I WANTED:}
*> ''Pl.lnilff. f.r tai dried to In M .hrrn.nin '
toilJ'0""H.ll.'. Addition. ,In tno Venue I .......rd.... with low Said Irrtlf FOR SALE-6-room ffiiim lot

Mate of Homestrad". County of l>*dr. JOHN R DRE8BACH M .1.. detect ratn rnhrn-r the following d...rIKnl. 50 x ISO ft fronting Kmmc Ale ', "TF.D-Saxophop met
of Florida .> embraced loCrrtlfleiu da.... prquny. .11..... In Did County. Flutla. I. ,
No. ><.., The aitro NOTICE 0' MUTER' SALE .. to-wlt : Neulpointed and rcnos itcd. in good \\'O\'k.Jo ,don

atoll of rid property under tho said Notice Is hereby Own tlllI under and Lot -. Block .. Diamond Park 1, $2000 cash Addreu BoA.132, i i wanted by tt Ido\\ 1 rode
(_m.... blued wu In the same I Iby nthority 01 the Final iMrrrr of In the City of Himr.trnd. Countyf I I
,
d V....... Forrrku rrndrrrd by the H..n..... .. Dad. plate of Florida. .. rmkrarrd Lcader-Enfrprisc \.;n0 IlrI. Have good bu . die
Lot U. Hulli Addition' In the I Arthur Canes. one of the JuJcr. of th* In Coni'....'. No. ,.t.. The deserving dllld. 14;.\ 13750
rity of Homestead County of Dadrttar I Circuit Court of the Elrvtn Judicial. .._..".t of rid property under THREE BEDROOM ROUSE: iJJ..
of Florida u embraced I.COn"I. 1 Circuit of Florid. In and for Load I nun". ,I the Md ('_I'i.ate Weed wu In j lIomeatead.I .
.... No. MOT Th. iMroc Florida, that rrrta n MUM In said Court the Mm of M... C N. W .,.... Homettead Living dining room '

meet of Paid property under the uldOrtlflmu prndtaf In which City of Homestead. a I II Lot S. Block *. Diamond' larkIn kitchen bath plenty of large I i j I TUTORS WANTED high
blued. wu In tho narno I mnnlclp.1 corporal.n of the slaw .f the City of Hmratrad Countyof
of Unknown I Florida. b .....'.1.... and John H. Dud. ....* of Florida mi .... closets. hot water Lower halt I I I school and grade it I hoot! ,ubJecu.I .
Lot 14 H.ll. Addition.. In the I !>rib..k. ot al. are dot..d..,.. I asSpe.tal b...... In Crrllflf.tr No .1 J'. Throrunwnt Mr*. H. J. Arrruti A. O
City of H'<....,.ad. O.iunlr n' D_. Ma.trr In Chancery appointed' of Mid property undrrho poured concrete. balance shingle ,
State I 41. "J.. >. rnthriord In i by the Court In Mid drrrr*- Ends and Mid Crrt float, based was In Six lot, famt'y fruit tree*. I Plummrr drive and country
Co..lff. N... tl.'t." The ._ 1 by of hr rrmi thrrrof. will offer ,h* name of InkmwnI .
wont of mitt property under tho said i for Pale and sell at public outcry to th* '. Mid C.rtlfl,atra hall h* rdrrmrd $4300 Term Eleanor Fiojdicr 1 I Club road
Crrtlllr.tr '>i"rd wu In the ..... highest bidder f.n cash at the Booth according t* law. tai .... will Phone 326JPAPAYAS q
of Unknown i I front door of the Court How* of Pail 1..11. th-rron ol the *th day of Julyriawd'tklo I I I CLEAN RAGS WANTVU:: ;
Lot I*. Hall. Addition In the County, In the City of Maul, Flordaon A. ''
City of mrrtrail. County if Dldr. I M.nd.y. the ,th day of July. A ,i.. In day of Jun*. A. IUti. > Sea pound. Mil Keitt exchange subscript" r ,dvi

Stew of Florida a. rmbrarod Inrmlflrato 1141 .between the hour of eleven clock. Jackson. 113 S. \\'. 2nd itHomeitead .. I''I Using for clean I".' I., .der-
/ No 1209. The MOW A. !If. and two orlork. P. N. the Mintnrln E. B lEATHFRMU.CI. : .
grant of sold proprrty undo the mid, i kin alf' day. and the Noun the ... of Circuit' Court (ml8-tf) Enterprise
Con lir.t. blued wu In the Dame legal r hour : Mir the following d.. .' Did County Florida' '

d V.kno. 'mrr.l<.. Property, ..t....* to. D dr Coun,F. Circuit Court Mat FOR SALE-Lot 3d Block 2, : Certificate No ..... TI o' of
Lot I'. H.II'|| Addition. In tho Florid towlttrilork By N. C. ITER R ETT. D. C Mid pruprrty under t1191.1.,
City of Homestead l. County ol DadrHutr Two ''I' of TIME MANORccordlnc (Jung t. II. "i. it Jay 4. 1>4I Pone de Leon Homestead Flj t .laud nu In the nam I .r "..1.,
nf ".,Id.. u embraced /to to thr rltt' thrrrpf rrcordrdIn This Is southeast coiner and avery
Certificate No 1210 The a..rs.- I Plat Sink II. ran 411 of the NOTICI OF APPIICATION FOR tonLot Dork <. Lin .' I IIUon,
went of Paid prrprrfy under the ..Id I i rublidal.Rrc..rds/ of Did County. TAX IFFIr desirable lot. J.1.. Kiln,. : In "UT..* of Hon.::: .:' ,.1, \mss of

Ortlflr.tr Issued wu In the Items I ,' ',Ir I4JM P. O. Box 82, Deei.field peach I...... stave of Fl'..r..I. rrd In
of Unknown j The said property at ifortoifd, together'' NOTICE< IS HFRFBy GIVEN that : ('.rtifkew N' .. HI I''' rnt of
Lot 17 Hall's Addition. In the i with all the tenements, hrrrdl amrni. and Pilllwlrlt I.... holder u .......* ..f Fla. (raia-J6)) ;| M,d Property order It. rtlflrit
City of H..I..d. County of Dadrlutr arpurtraanr thrnraato krlonrinv or In City of Homestead Ton C.rtlflf" .tNvintbrrrd I issued .u In tag ni... -IT tin.I .
of Florida u rmbrarrd. In any ...* appertaining. print' old t* MM UII and 1144. datel 1 FOR SALE-J-acre Persian 1 me I j slelnn,
Ortlflr.tr No Ull The a.... j.athfy Paid d....... the 4th day of Jun.. A. D IMS. k.. I Unless MI 4"PtIficat... "I.. ........
meet if Mid prnprrty gndrr the saidCenift.t. Dated this lP.h d.7 or 1.... A. D. ', ftlrd" Mid Crrtl'lraiw In my ." .. I Ih. grove. 5 year old now in full according, to la*. I.. d.,1, .K them
Issued) wu In the nan 1841, .. mad* applkatloi for Ui ..rdaie. bloom. No buildings only 2 mile on ol the tl'h dor ..11 \ l> I4U
of Unknown R. n TALTIER JrSptclal bow thrrron ll lomrdanrr. with law Dated this Seth tiny ..r 0 .\ 0 141,
Lot I. Hif.ro'o Add... In the Muter In ChanctryJun Said ('."ltl<.'" ..ibrf* the followlnndrorrlkrd from bank $2.200 cash- I F H IV \I I HI HMAMClrrull .
City' of Honmtrid. County of Dadrlutr .. IRA C. HAYCOCKsolicitor pmprrty r iltuatrd In Dale C-A-S-H. Do not ask for Urmi ("trk ..r I r '....
of Florlrl.. ir embraced I. Crr.Uflratr fur C.'mplenant town D.d.. P7nrlds.
County. Florida r
No. I'll The assessment 1 2". 27 July 4. Iln'' : lot IS Block I. Lincoln r.,.. Trees need some feit.llxntion, Court SralBY
of Paid .... Seder the said C.rtlfl.
prny In the City of H".ir.lrad. County of but you will, never get more for N C n.ltRt n D. a.
onto issued wu In tho name of I NOTICE 0' APPLICATION FOR D..... state of Florida. .' .mh'..... (Mar tl to. June 0. 11' 141
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Unknown. I .. your money. It I* a give-away _
TAX DFF.D--FIle
Lot T. B,...", '. Add... ll tho A-1A24 In Certificate No. .2. The .ar.-
City of Hnmmtood County of Dado Chapter U461--Act. of 1HSI mrnt of Mid property under Iko at 2200. H. A. Cameron Phone NOTICE Or AfPllt ATMX FOR
state of Florida. u embraced In C... I I 1 Notice la hereby gives that Fred Burhrr, pad Crrtlflrat blued wu In the TAI PFIill'''fill usa
saute N... 1214 The ipMxmrntof bolder of Mate andCounty Tat Certif. I Name of I........ 72 Homestead Florida (alltf) I Ii f Notice ll hrrrbr ohm ha Ralllwlrk.
said property mdrr the mid C.nl" 1: cat No. I.'. Issued the Ilk day of I.... .d' RI wo k 1 "_ Park. I.t.'CI I it". melds, u a-ujaw M FronjUMtr
rat* blood wu ll the Dams of I IA. D. 1919, ha. filed same in my ottim ; of ii.-d-.c.i;; ; ; of i I NOTICE OF APrilCATlOV I Drainage Tai CoP,,'".''' N, KIT Ml*,
Unknown. hs made application for a a, d..4 n..... Out* of Fonda. u embraced. FOR TAX HEED I I IFII Stile. Mil and Mil. tow h. *.h day
Lot I. Howard'. Adds. I. the I Ile ho issued ,......... laId In Orrliflcato N. .11. The a.ae..mentrf $64119 'I lot Anruat A D 1920, ha. Mod Mid
at .......... County nf D..... ...b_ the followlll' _' .,d 1'-7 under he said, Notlr I* hrrroy rlvon that (altlwkkIn I Crrt If k.:r* I In my offlr*. and hao mad
... of FlorM.. u rmhraonl In ale.. arty I. the County of Da.... COrtlll..1 Certlfroto blued our I. the Nome otU.k. *., holdrr aa aMlMO of City "I H.",.. I application t... tai 4-4 tegos the-.%
Ull.... N... Ull The aommmt Florida. bvwlt I .. ,14.d T.. Gnifkate aawbersd In accordance with I.... Sold Cellists.
of Mid grown ..6Vr the sold On.. Lot I. Wells Brol. Sub.. "'. n".t a point 110 E of SW 14?. door! the fifth day of Des rain the. following d.e"flied
Pan ... to Section 10. Township Cor of WH of W(4 of NE<* of . "WIitui"t.d"rn Dado'c."iinly"Fltnrfc
torte based wu ll the mm of /_.... A. D. I'''. ka* faked aa,4rwrtlfloau ._n
U...W. Range It loot .....1.1.. 7 0 Acres mor IWVJ N. too. throne. Writs glass. In mr offlr. and nM Had ". : '
LoiRonrfi ATn. In th* or ITM to the County of Did, state of curve A radius of 410 IT a distance pplkoaUi fan tax Wd to Wes decrease "LotT" C. P Adams AHdn Plus

City of II.......... County of Dad. Florida.Thr of IM *or* *r hM to laD lln* ofWH to Swordsman with law. Said ..rrnlfiraterrknn. book I. Pan 4. located In Ind.Or.>
state of Florid u mbrarod In orrtllieotr auoMinvnt of Mid property order of w tit of \4of"'W RWUthrnc 1M f ..... prep.ony. I Cut of Florida u _b .
N... 1114. Tho averment the Mid rrrt f Irat* wu to the BUM, d1 a to Coerce 14 situated le1 I'leCounty' Flared. tifkatr No. I.47. The awwMwM 04
of ..property adrr the new Orti/l- Edrar .. write tt al BWti of NE>4 of tlWV,' tboar W. w wit rid proprrty wndr th* Mdl o tlfUnwwrardf
U.... Mid tmlfktt shall W r*. to FOB containing IM Arru stare .1 .. .
oat bawd wu .. th* MX of L.t 1. starts. I. Peer. SuMI.l.kmIs wu In the of Unknown
UnknSlat .. ....med icrordlnl to law. Ih.* prim' or .... and brim a part of l<4j ofHHof the (01JtI d Remwt.ad. County of Lot 14. W. D. H"..'. m.Mn, PM
theCity dwriord thrrrm will b* told t* tk. W04dhs;<4 t.IoIio-: :: ;; Slat of Florida Bali I. Page Itl boosted In Dad* Cownty -
J : of HomestteadaCounty'or"r>. higher blddrr at the Court HOUM door ties II Township 17 .. of Md proprrty lender I II State of Fl Hit.. u .tob..... taCrrUflraW
of Florldm u embraced In CrrMlo.tr .. the first Mondays the Month of Afurl. F..... 'In the City of x........... Countyof i : hard wu la the nan of N... 4VI*. The _mrnt nf
No. 1217 The calculators IWI which ai the 4th day of A"litrd Du. stet*, of Florida u .- .Unkn.wn. Unlraa Md .....111 Mid property under the MM orrtlfhiUWL
ft Mid proprrry under the uM OrtUI.MU ... krarrd to Cortlt....* No. ...... ThoMiMnrnt I I rat* shall W redeemed irrwdlnf to saw .. the Rome of "...
issued wu to ."*, BaaM afUnknown ail 17tb day *f Jun*. 141 of said propmy undo sat dead will ta.ii shotgun .a the t.4d ..t 47'W. D. H......4 m ,krl'n" Flat
E. B: LEATRtMwAN.CIrrk, the Md Certificate ku4 wu ta 1\\4ff July A D.. 141 Book I. Pan Hi located In Did Cw*.
Lot II HonrTo Add I, h the I > Ctrrult Court !>*. Ounty Florida.I the I..I... J. D Rdd. j/b.ud thai ttui day if April A. D, ty state of FTnrldi M r hmord taCrrtlflraw
/ iu_ r *wt feel Crrtlflratahall n* po.r. I
City of B___. County of Dadr U" No 6019. The iwmmont wf
Slated Florida u twibmord I. Cor.titk.tr I --iir N. C. JTERRETT. D. C. I II 1 ..*. .iMordln to law. tai listed will I EoI.. LEATHER II AN Mid property under th* Mk ..",,_
No. Ull Tho imaimiritml I Close 10. 11. July I. II. 1"11 r..... tbrrool Ml th* nk day of July I I I Clock of Circuit Court. Wad ... M tho urn of L; 'known.

said amps,, trader Ik* Mid 000tIf. D. 141 Did County, Florida Lot II. M.Claln'> ......... plat Ronfet
rte bauM WU to the game *fHoranfo NOTICE Of APPLICATION SOS TAX I Dow this Ira day d I.... A. D. CI..... Collins N. run *, lasted ll Dad County
V.'_-. DEED I"L I, : C. .TUII ETT. D. C. Slat of Florid*. M omhtwnrf In Owe
Let u. A4dto th* Eo R lUTllr.IIIU". (May M. Jute .. l.., *>.. 17 1111NOTKk tfimt No. wit The a. r-m-nl. of Sold
City of rW.n..d. Oonr- of Ihut.Dlaw File (4214Notlr I Clerk of Circuit Coort Property ........ th* MM r*, ifk. .t. lor
af FlarMa. .. omoraOTd ta Crr.ttfloat to krrrky vlri thai ".01...-.. Do*. Cowaty Florida Sad WM In tile anne of U aown
N. lUt Tho ..uiMmintf Int. boMrr u avinr of City of Horn. Clrnlt Court Sod 'I Of APPLICATION FUR TAX Lot III Block I. Pmdt Add*.. PInt
Mid proprty Wader the laid OrtlfW stand Ta> OrtlfKll Nimbrrrd 4H4. ... By N. C. STERRETT D. C. !, DEED Book d. Fay lit. located ta r ado Cmyn.ty .
Ml .MUM WM to UM game Ifclta. rd th* Ilk day of PrrtMbrr. A. D. ':* .1 (Jmw .. I3. 20. n. July d. IIdl I FU H3UNotlr gum, of Fl-rldl M .. .rlr d I*

.... b.. flM MM orrtirtrat* ll my rfHr b nrrriy give that Baltlwltk. ,t' Certificate N.. VM. The aonainimt otT
uM Certificates .haII W .... ku Md appllrailoi for tax dad to k.nothrrroi I/, 'M said certificate. based was III t" saws J II... bridge 10 _..M* rf Town *f Mid propmy ender the MkSrtlfk.t*
d.rd iroordhit ta law UM Wd will ll irrordanr with law ladtortirirat nf V..."... Val. Paid slearnte shall lowest Til Cruflrau Mumbrrrd It Wad wu rt the. lam ml IVhnvww.CnlM ,
kwuo tkrrro a* Ih* Plk day *f Jnly rmbran the following *Warnkr4 +I'"_ ........ arogrd.al t* law tat .... >". doted Uw *r< d.y of .H'I 1 Mid rrtjrirau shall h* rr-
.. D IH.. propmy lltnatrd ta Dad* County. will trw thmouj M the 14th day of Jun*. D. IMt na* fllod laid orrrff 1.. ** ...... irrardlntt tf law U Wd will.
..... this Ere day of June A, aIM4. Florida. to wit I a. D.. '"'. offlor and la Had. .'.;leal... ,. too thrrriu *. U' Hid d. of July
All ofNWl4dNEY of (W -mnVrtr.kr.rrd Doted this tOtfc day *f May A. D. 1141. drW t. ton _taro tn Mrvrwai..* with A. D. I":.
K. 1. LtATRERMAN. ta Town rt HoWMatMd, frr.tk F B LIATHFRlAXCbrk : law aid *rrull.*... *n>brar. tn* fob rated Ibis 1th 'U of J-ww. A. D. ,..,.
Clerk of Cnmt Cavrt. II Townihrp It lolita. Rani* ItEut. of Clrr.il Court.Dado . lowlntl described yroprrty Itulr4 hi Dado I I F B. LFATHI RMAK. nrk
Florida iwntaimnf T ITTM mae or ..... I Couaty Florida. I ICoraty. Suit of Florida, M w,It Circuit Cturt, Dado ( .. ... Fle like
Ctrwk Coart Iml Did c.o. .. to the City of JI_.... County of CIIoaIt c.m Beef Lot W 1110011 .. L..*.4i Path Add,.... ,......, Cnr Mal

Sr H. C. ..TUUT,.. D. f>. Dado, Stated Florida.TW N. _. ITCMIFTT D. C I. the Town of K_...... f, my of Eric .ej\ R" f"Friday .
laws .. II, so 17. Jay 4. INI) aaMwnwnt if Mid pr.nrty leader (May IS *: June i. It. M. 1941) I I Dado BUM W ,......... w *w4.rw<*4 I* Iwe 11. 17. is : Ill.


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Pane Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Jung %(), 19-U I
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--I to the plan for this he.'th-aid I II County Vet to Test I U.-S. Naval Academy yacht Highland 'I"I"
Selectees Urged to Get in Physical to registrant: \ Cows Here Wednesday Light, and sail to New Lon-
I I local board for don, Conn, to enter the New Lon
First-Ask your i .
Condition for Tough Period Ahead!' don-Hampton Road ocean race
the pamphlet concerning the physical 1 1. The COJnt1.n.rlaJ1, Dr. J. which start at New London June
of the
requirement army
H Yarborough will be In this
21. The Highland Light U a Si- .
Familiarize yourself with the:
area Wednesday to test cows for'I ,
_ BT GEETEIDE BEESLAC FULLER ;physical standard required. !tuberculosis, according to announcement :foot sailing cutter former owned

If two nation of free people 111 i resent the purpose of our clti-" Second-Consult your family' by the county agents I I|by Dudley Wolfe, famous sports
to survive In the world now being -I'tens, to attain personal and national I;doctor or dentist, one or both, If I II office. I man. At the completion of the
swept by worse-than-birbar- health. you discover: or suspect that you! "Anyone who has family cows race, which I It sponsored by the
"Among the 16500,000 registrants I tall short of standard. desired Storm Trlsail and the Hampton
Ian horde of devastation conquest tested for tuberculosis,
enslavement and dettruc- I,: there will be found countless Third-Follow their advice let I should leave his name and address I Roads Yacht Club, Clarence will
tion-strengthened and steeled physical defects and many them put you 'back Into good condition -I at the county agent's office return to Homestead for the duration
the U. S.
a.. they are, by yean of stoicism i i case of communicable dleases If arrangement can be in Homestead," said the an- of hisIeav'e from
and discipline, drunk with power There are estimated to be approximately made with them on a mutually nouncement."It I(,Naval Academy. __ _
sad success, fired by the intoxicating I i .. 300.000 cases of social di- satisfactory basis, If not, let them', Is advisable that all who:: TAaMS MOTHER
delusion of world domination :Isease[ In this group of 16 H mill direct you to the nearest clinic I have cows make sure that they I!IDEATH Mas. CHAS. CONNOR
-if we are to survive, wt ion men It !Is a major opportunity hospital, or social service agency are not infected with tuberculosisby left Friday
Chas Connor
Americans understand that wt to mobilize all of our public best suited to your particular taking advantage of this opportunity i Mrs.for Jacksonville, where she
muit follow the example of the health and medical effort to find needs, be It free or pay.FourthRegistrants to have them tested" 'I night bedside of her
called to the
successful athlete and demand the I I| and stamp out perhaps the larger I carry certificates was
wh
I H. Hicks
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mother, Mrs.
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training and discipline which if !portion of this menace to national of pre-habilltatlon to local Midshipman FroscherTo died Monday afternoon Mrs.
fitness For defect which Induction board when called for
absolutely) indispensable to practical physical :
Enter Ocean Race Hick has visited In Homestead
defense and survival I| are remediable, ways and means examination I
several times.
The Nazi-Fascist world it armedin will be found In which public Among the remedial defects, Midshipman Clarence Froscherleft
body and with weapon ai no'''health and medical agencies will I eyes and teeth lead. With these last Saturday afternoon In *

nation ha ever before been armed. contribute to their tabulation:' corrected the registrant usually I large four-motored army bomberfor 11
We mutt prove that free people However. a large percentage of I' comes up to army fitness requirement Langley Field on his way to : M6-NIRM: : PII
can arm themselves In body and those refused by the board have *. A man fit for the army I* Annapolis There he will join the _,
soul-.that they have defeat international gangsters'joccuring defects are: defective I requirements Let me repeat, the
I vision underweight tuberculosisdefective ultimate defense of the nation lies s
Hitler raid: "It n nut anna that' : I k
decide but the men behind them." and deficient teeth in the total health status "
I' hernia, and social diseases Unsuspected -i
This generation of young American I I'I I ARMY'S ,1''
of tuberculosis'have
cases 4-II Summer Club Will THE : (
men la given every exceptional been discovered The -
opportunity to receive the'I ha* not heretofor had patient the Meet Next WednesdayThe I

beat possible health service, which I benefit of blood tests, the Xray, I ON THE MOVE
la bound to result in
improved flourescope, or other equipmentto first meeting of the Homestead
health and strength morale and I aid diagnosis Samuel Bush- 4-H Summer Club will be '

aelf-recpect For the majority of ...wick president of the American held from 1.30 till 4 o'clock Wed- ..
I the trainee it will provide a Association for the Tuberculous nesday at Homestead High SchoolGirls 'I

better chance to achieve successful said very recently, "At the present between the ages of 10 .. ..

living than would be possible'I time tuberculosis 1 II the chief killer and 18 are eligible! to join the
for them to attain otherwiae of young persons between 15: club which ia scheduled to do
Jt1
Approximately 16,:500.000 young and 35: years of age Every tuber- I' many helpful and interesting
men have been registered The I(I[ culous person needing hospitalI /- things this summer
medical examination show ailments ration must be provided with the | The club will meet each Wed-
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in many cases unsuspec- same" Ii i nesday afternoon Everyone eligible ...
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ted. Local board physicians are The medical advisory council: of j 1 is.Invited to attendI'didn't ..: . :!' ""t' '
rejecting 32 per cent of the men I the selective service has proposed I

examined a* physically: unfit for a plan for pre-habilitation j
military service, and an additional I of registrant It is this: Before

13 per cent of those approved I men registered for service are i jI.
(j by local board examiner, are called for examination they shouldgo '
turned down at army induction to their own doctor and dentist I. ARMY
elation*.-a shocking total of .:5 and if they find they are below maneuvers on a scale vastly greater than ever

per cent par do something! about it I attempted in this country arc under way sod will continue

On September II, 1940, the I at once for several months. The scene of these maneuver is the aim
President order, The health advisors. say to you,
approved an establishing
southern served Southern
I states by BelL
the health and medical |I "You check up your car-why
committee, to advise the council not on yourself Its much more I It will be both a test and training for the army u well U

of national defense and to coordinate I important to you to know about for the civilian population which provides the vital means of

health and medical activities dangers to your bodily health in communication, transportation and supply. |
affecting national defeme tune to prevent their development I
Essential to the success of these maneuver is an adequate
The committee consist of I Remember there are no
dependable system of telephone communication. This the
Dr. Irvin Abell. chairman, the spare parts for your body
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surgeon general of the army, the Making yourself fit for army Southern Bell Company is providing ..whenever wherever and

surgeon general of' the navy the.urlt'On I service may be a very simple procedure know is) whatever amount the fast shifting armies require. This

general of the public There are just four steps means that the Telephone Company, like the army is keeping

health service and others More NOTICE or AFritrtnoN FOB TAX what to do . its source of supply, transportation facilities and man power \\
than ever before the nation baa DIED
'11. 84230Netia ready day and night so it can set on the moment. Past yean of
recognized health as an essen- lo htrrbr Ivan that Bailiwick.loo .. In times of such confusion, '
tial element of preparedness. 1 holds a> _..... of City of Homo.lUad training and experience ia meeting emergencies have alreadyprepared

Surgeon General' Thomaa Par- .. tho Tax Ilk Certificate day of NuKOarod"J...., A.MIX D.. HIM dafe it is hard to think clearly. our army of telephone workers for this big task
addressing the committee .a* file rid conlfleaM U ray office and But Turner' proved'\ be a It U the
ran kaa ado .,, ..'.. for Ui dad to baa > Telephone Company's plan to take care of tbarmy'
numerated certain major health .N.. ,... !. oaibrataa areordanoo tKo with followlns law Saidrtiflcaw do. real friend by handling needs with little, if any, serious interference with the

national problem defense.in connection with .crib...property la .'t I Mmlft to Dado CauurFlorida everything Remember them public' accustomed of the service. During these mane

I I W .. ft. ., Leta 10.11-1. Blork t. vert, however, there may be occasions when for short period
"For the first time in all hitory" *- Pi..h.ss, hi tko City ofCouBty ...--. -they stand ready to help
he said "world event have of D.M. Eta,. of FlorMa.Uw of rime our facilities will be mainly required to meet the army'.
n. of Mid soda
.seas
thrust upon us the concept of a maid OHUffeato haiird vaa Vi III tko oaaM you. sudden and unexpected needs. Should this happen ia your

!I total war. In preparing a total defense of ot Unkaowv_.d. .U111-11.....1.. .aid to..stifle.hail law. tai dad Turner's Funeral Home community, your whole-hearted cooperation will be t helpful

all factors ultimately.. rest A.will D.lama. 1M Ulanoa|. M tko 14la day of J.... contribution m the successful advancement of preparedness.
Upon the one fundamental resource 0...* this. Nth day of Mar A T>.. 1W1I "-ID AMBULANCE" SERVICE

of the country-man- dark. a LIATHtRMAN of ClNull Court.Pawl legally AttewUatPhone Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company
I power We need now as never comply Florida.ClmM I
S7f HoBesoa4 I..... ]
I before, an Integrated effort on the Cart: Rnl orii 4
IIY N. C. STIMtrrT D. C.
,.I part of all agencies which rep- (Mw ... ... J... a.. IS. JII. 1141)
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