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 19, 1942
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: VID00547
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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4y I, I : Lieut. Fuchs Rows Back :,'BOITIED-UP AREA REQUESTS




C To Cuba From Torpedoing I QUICKER ACCESS TO FARMS


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I d o s BOATS-REACH Over 50,000 Pounds Rubber CollectedBy ,' AND U. S. HIGHWAY TRAVEL


I Stations of Area Thru Thursday I 1 _

t s I I ___ TilE WEATHER Condemnation suit to cxtt.,d N.

e CUBA AFTER At least 50,000 pound of scrap pound for anything made.of rub- I weU--; ;: I Second street across property of
rubber had Official report of the
" been salvaged in the ber. the Model Land Co. and tracks of
Redland area up to fast night lathe I The recorded total of rubber received SubtropIcal Experiment StatIon, the F E. C Railway to connectKrome
national rubber lathering' by the stations Homestead, Florida.
filling
4 DAYS AT SEA I campaign that started Monday,and through yesterday wa*' 48,346 Date M...I's'' \ r.., t .... + wa avenue ordered with.by Flagler the Homestead (avenue -
I June I L. 811 I 71 211.II61 0.01
filling flatten
operator believe I pounds, according to a telephone council :
city Monday nightCity
(that the gatherinf-up it just I canvas made yesterday afternoon. June 12.. 80 71 1211.II81
I 4!getting started in earnest I I I Some stations with negligible receipts June 13-.@ 81 70June I I Instructed Attroney to Ira C Haycock the necessary was-
Just prepare .
lo'case you thought Richard,I The drive will last through next of scrip turned them over 14_ 81 88 0.53
Fuch we bone thia week oa a I I i June II.. U 10 121.801 US legal paper at once.
week. The
station par: a cent aBULLET to county highway: patrolmen I
l Action of the council: followed
furlough to show off hia uniform without June 11.. 81 88 2II"1
u a new lieutenant (J. g.) In the recording the poundageand June 17.,.. 81 66. lSo.OOI report by Councilman Benjamin
come station unable to
were
United Slate Naval w. Morris, member of a committee
Reserve here
RIDDED 1
be mined
by 'telephone. The to
appointed Investigate request
ue the fact*-** much a* can be '
grand total, therefore, U mad by resident and business
printed' anyway: RAFTS edly well over 80,000) interest !. the affected that
,Lieut ruch was walking back TO\VEDTO. The' stations served b undOubt.I' BALE OF RUBBER one or more streets area be bpened
(
figuratively
speaking) from a
ride a* commander of the armed SHORE OFF KEYSTwo Rheney, local Texaco across' the' unimproved Model
collected 26,000 pounds-more FOUND IN OCEAN;
L, faer* of a United State-mcr- than Julf the recorded taUW Land Co. triangle to' permit nearer
: and easier to the federalI
acre**
chant vessel Vbibb had been tor. ----.I The highest total reported by i:fl' I Other than way of
pedoed by an Axis cubmaiine. BY' 3 LOCAL MENA highway by
bullet-riddled
Individual
life
It wu his tint raft, station was 8,000 I Howry street or Eighth street.
trip. one of which was smoking from pounds, received by: the Texaco I
None of the tour W'I" R. E.: Cave, pioneer resident
essentialin a smoldering fire started by gunfire One-Stop Station, Done It Kissam, !
{appeared before the council to
urge
the writing of a pews story can 253-pound bale of crude rubber -
otherwise
In
or
towed second
operators.
were place was I
the action. W laid that he wa a
be answered
authentically. It if ,from the Continued wa found and salvaged by
stream
gulf to shore Sun. ( on Page ElihUDDIONSTRATION1 ;member of the t'ounellmore than
not permitted to tell what it i
ship day by: John R. Mothers of Gouldsat Ed. Pacetti, Clinton Bishop and when the
twenty tight
year ago
was, when it was torpedoed; whereit 'I \
was, or why it was going with .fliers.the request of Coast Guard Ray Down of Homestead a* they for the Mowry street crossing: was

what. Because the ahip'i two were fishing Sunday two mile off made. Before that he said the
i The
planes flew low and their I
boat landed in Cuba, Jt 11I"1 ,Garden Cove, Key Largo. Another only crossings the town had were
pilot Instructed Mothers to
reasonably in the, assumedshe Caribbean. was' torpedoed *I I I I take his cruiser out r.to a location HELPED AS BOMB:t I I bale was found by: a boat out of [the(Eighth Krome stree avenue{ crossing and Campbell

would .. :
they indicate. Arriving Miami.At I
Mr. Morris' also '
report re.am
The first torpedo truck about
t:SO p.'m. when Lieut Fuchs was'I hovered the spot,he over which 'the planes IGNITES( SHIRTSThe I custom headquarters in the I mended extension of N. Fourth
off watch and asleep In his bunk. found the empty raft I post office bu\lding at Miami, 'street from Krome tp Flagler, but
He wa thrown to the floor by i Mr Mothers and his party had I where all merchandise salvaged because of limited finance: the
been gujf
in the
, the force of the explosion. Because fishing stream. slightly: scorched cheek of from the ocean must be taken, {j council decided to confine Initial
Coast
of the darkness, the gun guard vessel anchored off an auxiliary fireman and burnt I(,the young men were told that un. legal action to Second treet.
crew wu helpless to do anything, i shore, look charge of the raft*. hole in the clothing of others,!|]:der recently perfected manufac.I -i|I I Beginning block east of Krom
A broken in
of
the raft
and the ship wu abandoned before had oar one bore graphic evidence at the incendiary I turing processes, there wu enough venue, the property to be con-
a second torpedo finished her. the appearance of having been bomb demonstration I'rubber in the bale' they: brought |demned 1* a trip 66 feet wide extending *
hot at.
Another merchantman came en II Wednesday night In'the city ballpark 'I in to produce 270 automobile tires. :, to the Intersection of N. E.

the scene to pick up the crew, but : of minor accident that can When hauled out of the water,]'(I Second street and Flagler avenue
the captain of the torpedoed ship IAPPEAL AGAINST happen when a magnesium bomb I the rubber was covered with barnacles which I* guarded by: a traffic
declined the offer and waved the comes in contact with too much indicating that It had been light since it U the point when
rescue ship'off, knowing that the water at one'time.' in the water for a long flme. Custom trucks from the est glade area

submarine was probably: still lurk ODT ORDERS SENT A pocket of water from men aid, however, it wu merge with traffic on the Miami-
: of much better quality than other Key West highway.
ing In the vicinity and talking mature spraying of the pre-I
the new prospect: .The lifeboats BY ly constructed: home-made iiI I bale brought In.The With the Seaboard Railway station -
were in splendid shape and wen LOCAL C. OF.C., which Captain J. W. Davis of the rubber will be sold at public at the west terminus of See

provisioned.' Using; their bright Miami, fire department explained auction, The three Homestcao and street, extension of this street
red aana and rowing the )urviv.on appea1ln,1 was all that could be obtained for youth expect to net 20 or 2a across: the Modal Land Co. triangle -
under navigation of The following letter the demonstration-caused the ex. cent a pound from the ale. and the r. E. C. track'
captain reached Cuba for modification of the plosion. W. T. McConrell, suffered i would give a direct hauling rout

fief the torpedoing. thi'IbIP"I I order was sent early: this the slight burn on the cheek : between both railroad stations u
Lleut. Fuchs arrived to H. E. McDaniel Florida trana-I: when a spark: from the bomb well u quicker and easier scam
from Cuba on June tor of the office of defense glanced off his face. Other Ira,. RUE APPOINTED to the federal highway and to the

visited wtIh his brother Ch.rJ..1 1 I portation Jacksonville Fla, by: ments of the bomb burnt holes in farming area.

in Coral Cable and with his (later the Redlind District Chamber of I the clothing of Fire Chief A. C CO-ORDLVATOR BY
*, Mr*. Fred Redd and Mr*. Commerce on behalf of local growers "Deputy and Auxiliary Fireman F
[ Clam
Lena Knowlea, and another and shippers of farm products: t'"I D. Mock. U. S. Citizenship

I brother, Fred In Homestead before -, This letter pertain to the ODT I Dry 'sand was shown to be the'DEFENSE GROUPed Begun in Florida CityA

leaving Wednesday: for Wuh-i Borders: affecting.. truck trantporta.Itton. !I agent to control all types of bombs. I
ington to report for another **-] -* * I II The lightning muffing out of ollj I I class In citizenship which will
algnrneat! 1|/I -ODT Order No. I, Section fire, accomplished with a carbon i, Frank B. Rue her been appoint. be held In the town hall at Florida

Lieut Fuchs.wu commissioned'|t 501.36 provide exemption in certain -I I dioxide extinguisher, caught the I, commander of Division One, City on Mondays: Wednesdays,
in the naval reserve two month*['' cases. Sub-Section 501.38 attention of the crowd, and the Dade County by: the county defense Thursday wd Fridays from S to

,ago. Before that be wu a noncommiaioned (c) provide: various other methods of controlling council, to co-ordinate: the 10 p. m., V.% commenced under
officer la the army "To a vehicle controlled and Incendiary bomb fire were ( activities of the various safety the guida&t of Mile Cecile

'attached to the office of the Judge operated by: any person or par- ably demonstrated by Capt. Davis group for concerted action In time. Wrinkle of" M Miami district

advocate: general at Fort Bragg, ton principally engaged in and big aaditant, Lieut Peter Nil- :of emergency. I headquarter of the National CIU-
and later to-the office of the combined I farming when used In transportation eon. I Hi has appointed Henry: Brook un.hIp Education Program
chiefs: of staff la Washing of agricultural: commodities Climax: to the demonstrationcame er, Jr a* his first aide, and 1:. aChronliter The NCEP I* a plan by which
tea. He applied for t commissionin I and products thereof when a email one room as hit second aide. the t'':.".* States government I*

the naval reserve and wu I. from a farm or farm, or In the Miue built for the purpose, was I Division 1 extends from Florida furnishing opportunities to the
granted It after be complied with transportation of farm supplies: set afire and quickly extinguishedIby City to Princeton, inclusive., native-born a* well as to the
an requirement and passed all. to a farm or lanne.'Trom'th. Homestead auxiliary Firemen There are Dine other division R. foreign-bora to prepare themselves -

test*. Hi honorable dischargefrom above It U apparentthat Frank Webb McConnell :j:P. Barfield is commander of Division for citizenship and participation

i the army: and entry: into the only: those truck operated by Wright with mall but etfi- I I, which extend from Gould In this country' drmo
naval branch followed. I (Continued oa Page Eight) (Continued on Pap Eight) i Ito Rockdale, inclusive. I cratie: government





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<'Tws.' 'II' -lIOMESTEADIiE\DBn- AN 'F 1'PL TP'RiSL' !a aa'J'''''' *;;/I'.: ..'ft''-T id *Jutls'I9 1,

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Local Youth6"L e....e,"'".;a TVoesssltvsTA

*' *' .. *, xa l Migratory Camps Of fer ilairl; For"Nahe ? combined father day'

Advantages, Says Camp '! day program wtn(|
Our' ... at 11 o'clock Sunday la, 1
'
---- Martin PJ'tIl e
Harry City Free .Uethc
Men in Service I Migratory camps for agriculture, at Canal Poloi, and one at Pom- CIlIa of 1841 at In addition to 'the j
al workers have been proved of pano. Migratory worken who School, left by plane message there will be i
* :1\: : * LW dFroecher value to communities where they might otherwise forced to live for Nassau'where JiO>rffl recitations by tog phndiao,
have been established by the in condition of squalor1 find in a defense project for
Farm Security Administration because these camp adequate housing, PleanuntvUle
to Graduate they attract better farm h.althy.and sanitary living conditions hat the contract George E. Deuel
From Annapolis Today labor and decrease petty crime: educational facilities for I Charles Steffanl!, To Preach Here Sn
E. A. Roberta of Kiislmme, acting children and meant of Improvingtheir ber of the clam, will go -
Clarence froKher son of Mr. camp manager for the two social wflfare." Saturday to work on the Rev. George E. Deu< <

and Mrs. E.: A. Frotcher win be local project, .told the Redland Homer Rhode, itate wild-life and Ben Shuler who member'X will preach Sunday,,
graduated with honor today from District Lions Club Tuesday night"Three conservation officer, and A. G. pleted hit idphomore ) Presbyterian
tile U. S. Naval Academy at An- type of camps are built Fausett state road patrolman, told H. S. will go there today. absence of the pastor, }
nipoli The class numbers 726 by the FSA," laid Mr. Roberts. results of their rubber salvage -- I George H. Ricks who it i'
member i"Camp Redltnd and Camp South operation along the Tandems a* this would provide the young people '
Mr. aged Mn. Frotcher their elder ,Dade are of the standard type Trail and in the Everglade They of pound of available at Mount Dora.
ton and their daughter-dn- built to accommodate from two to estimated that 1,000 pounds of Rubber collected by or i the close of the
Uw Mr. and Mr*. Elbert: Froieher five hundred people for a season rubber were picked tip along the them 1* being stored there will be a' short. i
of Coconut Grove and their of six months or longer. The regular trail from Krome avenue to Miami they said. It will meeting.
daughter Mn. Luther Chandler, ; type provide for ISO or 250 I Caraettown and suggested there by tome reputable special program on "Sht
have font to Annapolis to attend people for a shorter period, and mutt be plenty In rural sections the proceeds will be with the Negro' It \p '
the commencement exercise 'the third or mobile type it Justa such ai the Redland They tug. the army and navy relief. the Sunday school hour.*
Ensign Froicher will return to wood floor and- \wall with i rested, also, that motorists donate Roy Darby, sawmill be directed'by Mrt M.\ !
Homestead to spend a ten-day tent roof. rubber floor matt from their can 1 was introduced at a new .
furlough with his parent before "All camps have electricity and
he It called to active duty. paved roads, and all are land-
. scaped. Fire protection It provided I y

I Marion Plummer Trains and a sewage system.and an . .
"
ample supply' of pure water. Laundry .. .. # ow *
t To Fly Fighter Planes equipment and toilet are provided -, "

'I; for every few home* and
j Maxwell FI.ld,1 Ala. June IS, there It a large assembly hall for I Bamboo Tavern
JMJ-Taking the Initial step toward ;'recreation and religious tecvlcef. i
, winning hla wings ai a pilot I i "Where the camp U beyond
and a second lieutenant' commit. walking distance from local I.
lion Marion Crawford Plummer schools, the FSA builds ,a school
ion of Mr. and Mrt. C. Ben. building which It staffed by I Homestead's, Year-'Round' RestaurantFamous
Plummer of Homestead Fla. it ,teacher from the local school district -
DOW enrolled ai' an aviation cadet, who teach the subject taughtin j .
In the army air force flight all other schools. i
school for pilots it Maxwell Field I "A registered nurse Is In attendance ,
where he will undergo military, ffnh* clinic bulldfffrnt! all for Fried Chicken
\ physical and academic training time to Took after the *nJVh. of I
'I calculated to fit him to fly Ameri.I the camp resident, and a home I
\ ca't planet expertly. ,economist assists in problems of I
: Cadet Plummer received hit ,nutrition and proper food 1
education at the University of tion and teaches canning prepar'-I ..!'.
Florida where he took an active serving methods. .o Once again we are privileged to come
part in Intramural sports ind ob- I "Rental 1* nominal
tained the degrees of B. S. ind B. money received goes into a camp I to press in a spirit of thankfulness and ap-

A. He wit accepted at a cadet fund which It administered by i I preciation.
J
representative group elected by' I
In the United States Army air
force at Fort Euitlt, Va. I residents. In addition, each renter : Last month through this Tedium we '
must devote each week two houri i ito.
"
Upon completing hit course ati manual labor camp upkeep 1, .* rv ' o. greeted our many friends and gi st9,'grate-, ... '!
Maxwell Field this cadet will be
J :
tent to one of tile many primary such at cutting or working I] . ful for: the patronage and confidence mutually 1
I in 14 the office. This council tees :
1 flying schools the southeast enjoyed.
'. f that camp policy it carried out
army air training center for the I
and it administers the fund.
tint phase of hit pilot training. camp ; Since then your response has been so
Operating costs and camp maintenance -
Cot Alva Lee who was recalled are paid for_by the ,ov- i generous we feel as proud: as a country girl

to active service several weeks eminent"Florida with her first lipstick.-
hat eight of these ,
ago hat at visitors in Washington, i
t D. C.. Mrt. Lee and their daughter, camps at present Beside the The warm wave lengths are now withus
two In Homestead there are two at i
1 I. Whoopee day. who left here WedneaI. Bell. Glade two at Pahokee, one so why not drop around in the cool of

I, . the evening and forget the cares of the day
While Eruign Charles E. Eich- Food Stamp Sale CAT "' while
and
enjoying a tasty appetizing dish.
enberger, Jr., It with the Pacific To .Two Days in SSbnth \
fleet hit bride the former Miss Abnormal conditionshave greatly in-
Phyllis Parman, la staying on the The mobile unit of the Miami
West Coast at Palo Alta Cal Dad County stamp Issuing office terrupted the supply of many items used in

I will tell food stamps in Homestead the preparation of our foods, but we are -of
I. O. O. F. and Rebekahs only' twice a month after ,
this month, announces E. C Eaton, endeavoring to adjust our business to the
Hold :Memorial Services issuing officer. They will be told changed conditions as they present them- 1
In July on the second and fourth .
Local Odd Fellows and Rebek- I Thursday from J a. m. till noon. selves. i j
aht held Joint memorial services r After July' 1 stamps may be ordered : "
Sunday afternoon for members of by mall, and purchaser ire Today we have rationings and ceilingsto "

their order that have passed on. i I urged to use the mall system be- contend with, and restricted transportation
1 The Rev. George H. Ricks, pastor cause it la more prompt, Mr. Eaton I 1
of Homestead Presbyterian 0 said.IFOr. presents a problem, as we operate many

Church, delivered the main iddrcsi. miles from wholesale markets.It 1
Others taking part in the I Qaskiu'U.a.a' I
program were W. Y. Bush, X. Z. Leonard. J is our wish to assure you of our desire j
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Thompson, E. S. Capllnger MI a.es..5GLASSES 1 i to maintain the high standard of
I j
Mock, Mr H. M. Degler. '
Blanch Chapman, Mrs. Dr'I Ml a. .. fM H, Mu*. ere I I quality and service offered you in the past. \
Mestertmlth and Mrt. c.s1..b Afe Ctft. .......d
With this in mind
G. r- we are making an honest
Shanklin. S
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..' effort to please in the presentation of our !

....\*. modified and adequate menu.

Modernizee I I .".
May we again remind you that while

0 reservations are not essential, they are
? Remodeling the
: highly advisable. Advance
kitchen and other room? Here'* I arrangement

how to top-off.the "Modern for parties is always appreciated.BftMBOO ;
Y 1: s
U effect*--mOlt notably- t really'

tman cost. Finish closets: ,

drawers, doors, with modem '
I design Hardwarel! ,flop in, tee I i
I T3VERN
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what we mean. f '

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BROOM LUMBER CO. INC. "
I Phone 77 x Homestead Fla. IJ IJI

Lmber. Hardware, Saah. Be***, Tests

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.,141e (I""''Says.Renegades'i in i Pay:of)'Germany' -:1: Library. -Limited-,-Night-- to Hours Saturday Auto Owners Register Again July 1-3 I


II Tried To Alienate, :U. S. From. Russia the llljr Lawrence Bow Library Under Permanent, Gasoline Rationing

will not continue to remain open --
' ; Social-eecutity.willbe' the na. oiMtbeet In tbUnItod Statea.i . at night efccept od Saturday, eight The office of price admlnlttra- iewed by local rationing boards

i ..... i Some ot- lio teatead'a, 1413IYiitds from; 1, Mil,.'rfctopfc nnoutwe, *,| tiara "haa.flled': July 1. S'and,1*i [any tme between -July 1 and' July
"! fe e'tiAt'ilndret. Ciiuena 13 rTWeeI1tioaaored ifr111 'di"tail=
t IrUJflt IJb rlan motorUk
for In Florida
tkm that petttmuta b U4 vkuiifbe the datee:
)many. ; iltiea,-:ii'wei_ia few .:who, ait'itiUAtudentx : ''The-limIT...-oPt l.eac&week to, fit seeds of Individual
IRA .: >11M reaction to; ttpottpwarDr. and,other eastern, tam and the
t .
d ; were gueitt of hone day trom'ftM .11 M'Id the fore.talon p motorists and compatitey. the el-
14VAI b ea" RpsteU,,A.-. WWiemt. it.the.Aeettaf'Wedoeeday.: .They nd from stolid tM atter District- ,Columbia.to register flee tald.B - ...

.Miami .c.Me :woitraiMtt.ipeekerBomettead > were vMIti. .tftaa', Fear(c'Bushy noon.: _. for' their 'new. 'gasoline: ration books eentalnlbt\t additionaleoupone '
I4Hold : ,.Ia adans.and. uadgati bb.'lrk.dJlstilte' '4004M to01ui Thto'peedlfeent TaOonlngty l will'have' 'a variable ell> .
Mr WoAed, M.S Marjorfo Motfet.rt ;'&Honors'Mi "inpr7erttl : becomes Mate.<:Tiookt'.eantaltitx' .K
dwsb ofhsaer" Wlege.grradtiatee. >tem In toe Bait effee.live plntion ..
id.l-, \.i $9UjheW:.Collet*; ', ()f.A.: B.t Uriap unit Value at 'at M addlUon*!.eaupeaA .
many
-orII ,.Md',ea+dana:: Aadcsedefh'sL tl+eirR ,:;' ebeter/ : o.W & . .' .. July 4S.. and \bie will be Issued tar three BMntbtf,.
a peWall ;.b ctil..+ta 1LI.&a-W&iOaJf. It.ooi. Asnes 3eQtt "'Ifj....'Yob4nshtlUel I',. -Ua-Iea1cbi. of existing ration Cards WM doubled but la erases It BkorWeV t
:: lta'lbe..the;we*,Mt,.. >,w. l od.Atina"it.W.I1'ea '.OIt,... (ll O. s. & )0.. $ gallows to. carry mo.torlttotethitdate actual coupoM steeds will be removed be.: .

:i,jJfIIt'kif.'ot'th.h4ll, oilOrt J : !\rip-fts.chartar.lolrryesnoa :tbeOPAtald tore the book It Tssul;: Buf ea4. ', es
13 ....(6 old at.Tt, :gsit f1C legs' (fudevteAl :.", ..;> > r p peet-PalrOO oft 1,motorist: who. held..A.or 3 cerdi truck bdokt be good(... to(, ,
; ...:: ., .. lelail 1 _... tt yotia'be'pt lr of AIR.'a.b, d e .MaYai.at the and have.uted. a\I) tbe unite..ontbeut months and will borer ftanMtMgeituet ', a J. .
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a :inNf'lee)'"'".Ua\t\ "I/III'/ : :. ,,,,. f..r; fe.ult11of tl eetebr7l.h.vpiFhaga} : .will net be able to get anymore : for the' mileage allowed ta
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II iulJu4.tb If IpJotjUHi:' Bea( 1 tUtfeilt-J' <, rr+tP :t. will be gasoline for the next 19 days tMtheomlnt/OOTfegulatMbt. *
ur./Ii centt: >e ..,' 'oIa"4iM-r..OC :A-.:word't a'w 1"" uri preaentedr by,'a,' committee,;com- unleea they.thow need to"..localOnly
1\\ 1otbt Fit rtJWorW War amaietto u*. boon ..tata'Casleed'esiett.tf pond;e|!Ul...festhec! Uvingilon ''ntlaaIllJ.JIoard" t .Qaaoltne service station opera-. .
\ '. t,'m'wow(f tfce>* tIM:#wald-mw<.,..1ofai.'OIl'by"Irving Lei- Mru: J,'A.,Oau henyl. ..nd'Mrs. A books will be Issued ty I tort will required to turn over'
- .:have.mtHUow4oBar-oa.htUd.:" Mf 4M i;Wth Mitt-Bush't team tdwv: :Brotfker. -> , school, .reglttrart SupplementalB Ito tuppllert the exact number of
,SUtutg. that faith Ui>the Millet W--d" pIaOIt..PrbeI.wert doten..i That chapter'wlUtretumr Itt and C permanent ration books,I stamps for the/mount of gatoUae
of the United States It.essential to ttatnpe.' 1I eetntl.1At falU j and but and truck books, will be delivered to their ..tatiolu.I' .
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\ P that M vlc<-chaiman ot. I\fl. :
1't Miami L. glon'i Americanization I'
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," .evidtncethat: ' >ho'Cam*'
to'thU:country.to tow .the.1IeeII' 4 Phone
of ccmrnuniinrt wen renegade, 'OppositeMcCrorys. D
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} Russian,seOt' her* by Germany -
/ '(qt" the.epeeiflq*purpoMIof aJieoatlng .. '67

,; .. .America' front RuuiaFaitl : ,
), in our armed (pica Ji:
necessary to victory:also he '!lId.,
t Belittling the effort of the army I I
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and :navy..leaders, In the:face,.oftheir
present difficulties like I
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x crying "yellow" to b'r. runner I DELIVERIES .
who stumbles when heart U .

t a trained Willlami to laid.the bunting point Dr.I I I DAILY: 9:30 A. Mn 10:30 A. M, 3:30 P. :M.; SAT.: 9:30 A. M, 10:30 A. M, 4:00 P. Mn 9:00 P. M.

Dade County can have faith In

1i its defense council, he pointed out, ANY BRAND, OSCEOLA MIXED MAKES CLOTHES WHITERMILK
because it hat been'nted the tec-


j I I Art Club Secures Loan LIMA BEANS CLOROX

Exhibit for Library
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\ : weans 25c Pint lie:
The Homestead Art Club' hat 3for 23c'o
\ secured a lo.n.exhibit of tour
:watercolor pictures.for the Municipal Quart lc

library. Two of the pic- SCOTT
turn were painted by Marion C ARGO '.
'Parker: ot Coral Cablet one by BLUE PLATEPRESERVES
Martha Watson of Key West and TISSUE

1 one:by" Emlglio Reyes, forme, STARCH.. -. . .
e ,'"{ ,teacher of the Homestead WPA, ; : : ,

a art class.Advises. .3 for 2IcMATCHES ALL FLAVORSTumbler

Communities 3 I Ig3c .
1 p : 23c
To Seek Army..Camps
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Jacksonville June 18 (TNS-' DILL
1'1.0".State Chamber of Com. PILLSBURY'S BEST .XXXXPickles

merce It encouraging cities and . . SALT .

) towns to "go after" more miU-1 : . . FLOUR
1 tary campt lit official n G.5 VALUE
army of from eight to ten million

ef men at opposed to a present'I l/2 for 20 lb. bag 97c
1 personnel of a little more than gal. 'Zc 3 13c

; three million '
"Florida It the nation best

i military training ground," de-

claret! Harold Colee, executivevicepresident FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLESGOLDEN
of the state chamber
,
,< "and the way to get I camp
r or Installation It to fight for 11."
RIPE YELLOWBANANAS


"I wish Hard to complain Wheat said The\ 3 Ibs. 16c ONIONS 3 Ibs. 14c

bride haughtily "about the flour

you told me. It was tough." GEORGIA PERSIAN
"Tough ma'am?" asked the

grocer PEACHES 3 Ibs. tic: LIMES .- doz. 15c
"1... tough. I made a pie with ,

It, ynd my husband could. ,hardlycut
.It."-Crlt.xoTin .

or APPLICATION FRESH MEATSCOUNTRY .

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Fit A- M1KOTtCt .
J I, Trr. ...II.....BKRPBT.e tuw GIVEN."* C.that M .(TCwtlrinW *.rt. a a a RIB
No. 1M .reed the. IN ..rImnt. o<
A. D '1*.. dw HM. MOM I* low BUTTER lb. LAMB' CHOPS lb. 40c
.tr/ew. m.4 kM ..... MpHcMlix. roe lowt1rl.Me ,8 ROLL,, : 42c
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3 -mW ..tnll.ate. C. w. is tile aa".e of FRESH PORKNECK }'ANCYBEEF
I 'hV--- I Mrtinnte dull to riinmil
bea.edin, t* Uw. UM p..p..shad I BONES lb. lie CHUCK ROAST lb. 3Zc
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HOMESTEAD LEADER KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR Fully Supported League of Nations


AND E.\TERJ'IU; * * B * * Seen Foundation for Post.VarVorld


ID .' '"( II'.R __ PMarwt ... sasw. MARIE tSHOK
.ABJ()B1C: LEACH AC ntuwtcmirnoi * * V* * * 7ORA.U. BY
Bdltors Not: The foowlIartlC'e\ won second pr'z* of $10
__________ eM Tti..wt' .
in an away contest sponsored by the Homestead Rotary Cub on

eb. f.w.:. N 14..wt..A. P\o.. ECUADOR THE AMAZING"Ecuador the subject "Po t-War Relations. Mill Btshor was graduated
IV L.' e..ta a.u...... G.,..,. early title month from Redland High School where she was a
lard rides the equator tmty. their chief value la scientific member of tile P&n-Amerlcan Club when she wrote the essay.
.. txfe :- r ISM The characterization Is apt. The I The islands came by their She to the daughter of Mr lAd )fra. DiU Bashor of Gould

091,01641, of Dole. coumv_ 11.1& American republic whose domain name through cI1ICo'e7I1era: of The League of Nation I* not council shaH advise upon theGIU11I
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r M null M tk. M Ml CTi MMUt<. mFather's taus part on one side of the earth giant land tortoises found nowhere only an existing concern today : by which the obligation
: Ie.. .sees ..110 on ofmtzb belt line and part on the other I else la the world except 'on the should be fulfilled. The league
1171. with 41 member Battens paying
6. and whose name was drawn from Mascarrn: blinds in, the Indian contained everything Hitler ia

the fact. I* a country: of swift motion I Ocean. Darwin explored the Galapagos dues, but also many of its agencies fighting against-th* right ot

Day-1952 startling COCItrvU. amazing la 1133 and his study of and technical-bodies are still tuna j i(small nation, the condemnationof

changes breath-taking poesibillM. rare forms of life there strongly tionlng. Practically all of them j' aggression. And it contains the

Dad'< d y-tha year ft', rather Influenced his Theory of Evolu assembly, council, court-are tm I l spirit of all that for which DM
"gun! A region about equal to the territory tion.An wild life Including wild foes of Hitler are fighting now.

Trying to make It gay for him. taken up la the United donkey, Is rigorously protected by Intact and subject to call I( We have staged recently I meeting .

States by Wyoming, Ecuador the government Here It the foundation for the,( In Washington to try to bind

la year foreby, some socks or tie come close to running the gamut On the platen between the two future. All the countries, amau'',together force against the aggressions

Was ample gift to crt us by. in climate ranges of the Andes at aa elevation or large, looking to I new "'orldl I of the Axis, aggressions of

In the hot and humid lowlands of 1371 feet, stands the ancient order after this war !lave here apiece ,which we Ira now one of the vie.

But on4hing now could make him along the Pacific I* a strip averaging city of Quito capital of today's to start and a base en which ,I t,,time The twenty-six; United Nations

gladA about 40 mile In width. No republic as It was capital to build. |i hope to gala strength foe

message from that soldier more futile area la to be found of the Quito kingdom before the Constructive agencies are rightat victory through unity Th meet

lad'i anywhere In South America. coming of the white man. Quito hand that can help to "atnqtb-I ling I* late. It Is about twenty;
Material thing fleet th* In the cobLdry regions high up I* one of the three new world en toe lea system' a : years late.

t The heart I* touched by gesture I In the snow-capped Andes are cities to antedate the discovery: of ng organization. For example, |I Mr. Churchill said "Tiv or ate

known deposit of the world's America Mexico: City and Cnzeo ,
be International Chamber of yean ago it would have been easy r

CURRENT most precious metals untouched Peru, are the others. Quito, though Commerce has I skeleton organisation for the United State and Greet ,
In between, as though fashionedby a thoroughly modern city of over In existence at Stockholm I t,,Britain to have Insisted on th*

tome titan criss-crossing ,of 1M.OOO. retains still If tenuously that could become active qlllckI1'' fulfillment of the disarmament

COMMENTBy I Andes and transverse mountain some of the flavor of aa ancient under the guidance of a powerful'clauses: of the treaties which Ger.

range' are the "Hoyat. They are culture not unlike that of the In. committee on world reconstruc! many signed after the first World

AG-CCTT WZLSat temperate and healthful basins set cas of Peru. Once reached with WarIt. was to enforce and 'tr

in rugged beauty to combine a the greatest of difficulty. U I* now tion.We didn't Join the league because amend treaties that the league
__. ... wear. Voleswre. fertile 300 mile and rail with
Gelde plateau long connected by Guayaquil. we saw no need In our existed This.... I common undertaking t
.... to_reew.M w .Y -wMwrW-. .4ie M to 10 mile wide On this plate Icuadof largest port only 297 agreeing to help other nation to by an nation of food
WK& k* ....... AM... teau and on the slope toward the miles away. %
prevent war. Intention. That It why we must
..,_ ta Ae.- w...,. lei M. t5w I
I
II.- III f1a Pacific is settled almost the whole I Cacao, ivory, nuts rubber, coffee But the hard cold and bitter Join the league after this war At

A Palm City was so population of the republic cotton, sugar cane kapok, rice I fact I* that the league representedthe organization of this type coWl I
man near On the other aloe to the east of fruits-*o runs partial list of
otan
successful with a small plat of I answer to the prayer of untold watch and guide the progress
I the Andes, Is the Montana. Her Ecuador products of the soil.
million world
thai be nations and make
rice that he Is growing IS acresthis |II I something ,
Year the Carolina I* another country; aa Ecuador Unique among the fruits is the done to stop war. With good-will. changes when they are requisiteto

lost year.their rice prestige ago to Louis-]hardly changed from what It was "IIahl ll1I.- which suggests tilt It could have been altered shaped life, and enforce its rule of

and maybe Florida !before Columbus discovered tomato the 01'1I1"I1a grapefruit, and changed. It was the one hope world peace upon aU nations. iIa
ana now south"America It is I region of dense the raspberry and pineapple, but I'
cut In the The !: and that hope was cast aside In I' order for tile people of theworld
on game. forests, ot sheer cliffs, of deep-cut 1* none of them '
Florida farm should give It at: wave of nationalism. This country to have even a spark ot
1
t whirl as they seemingly have\canons. Here, within a few miles Unique among Ecuador young bear much of the heavy burden' hope for future peace the peace '.#
. are abrupt faDIII.. ...' from:and growing Industries are vegetable '
idol condition for It Growingof of blame for the failure of the terms Imposed upon the losers at :
1SOOO feet or more to 400 or 500 Ivory and the manufacture: '
peppermint In Everglades IOU' I league. I the close of this war must not be
should also uaessfuL |f.feet 1(of the hat of native straw which, Article X of the league covenant 'I bulb. Th peace treaty must b* i1I
prove
Here river finding their through of California gold "
source error reads as follows: The members sufficiently elastic with one .
I eye '
, IIJ1; the snows of towering peaks I Ii I prospectors at to its origin was to
: I t I of. the league undertake to I turned toward the future of this
A brigadier general said la aj j i
!I plunge from the Inter-mountain:(I,become famous as the "Panama respect and preserve as against,nation and aU nation Barbaric
Memphis speech that unless some.:plateau-land to a plain below, to balI external aggression the territorial revengeful and spiteful change

, miracle happened, this war wouldbe spread out and Interlace as they!I Unique among Ecuador rich integrity and existing political Independence .j forced upon I war-torn people
the longest In American his-,':'make their to the Amazon mineral depoelI-Iold. diver
way of ail members of the:will not produce a country of people -
: tory. With every American Industry -:'and the Atlantic The temperature copper, aluminum mercury, petroleum league. In case of any such aggression .| full of love understanding

keyed to the highest pitch I' 1* high. Here and there along -I* quayaquillite highly valued or in case of any threat and respect for hit fellowmen and I
moment I
we are hastening the !'the water course are settlements for explosives.
or danger of such aggression the I (Continued on Page Seven
when that "mlracl.IhlU arrive,|lof primitive Indians It is..virgini So Ecuador "rides the equator ,

at which Ike ejaculates. '"ThaitGOftft' i territory, of Infinite possibilities. holding place unique In the familyof
to herself and to the community
th, quicker i' By no means least In Ecuador's New World nations; eagerly
. Children in Court The court through the coopersUon -
; I[ of the unusual
amazing catalog are:absorbed In the adventure of dis
of of the state
Gen Drum say Intelligence Is, the famed Galapagos Islands, goo i covering way ever new for turn- By Jndre Malcolm nalfteUDEFECTIVE I the governor

{r needed In the armed force. III mile off-coast and directly under ling to us* a rich natural heritage, ,welfare department, succeeded ia

h would come handy General. I[the equator. Though of some fer- peculiarly Its own. ADULTS i having the child admitted to a
I Ila state Institution six months after

d In a certain state 1600 her commitment The delay in
the war of 186145. the principal t
I jctowlston, one at Fellamere, between York state used "rIdicul.where Insan-'I medical treat
f feeble minded and receiving proper *
diet was soup bean, bard the lake and the Atlantic It* was speaking of the small handbag -
I sons who were originally orderedto ment it perhaps one of the factor
tack (cracker) and sow-belly
coaland this newer plant The then used and called a reticule. 1
Could you boy get back to that I farm has about S acre of cane be admitted to hospitals, are actually which caused the child death,
j the and four days following her admission
0 4 growing for molasses the state . roaming highways
1 Ia May 4,021 Dad families intituUona and Will plant I larger With probablyfour and one-half byway, where they are constant I to the,state,hospital _

i bought food on the stamp plan.{acreage for sugar million men In uniform by tile end threats to the safety of children This tragic situation Is the result .

their purchase totalling $43.42}.M. of the year an Invasion of Europe and ,adults alike. Other defective of the states failure to In.'Y

t Three item have been eliminated,1 A Chicago Tribune graph shows Is being considered I West Point are locked In county infirmaries -, crease its medical staff for
i a* being seasonal-apples, pears where the delay in receiving treatment of mentally Incompetent
officer
that during the other, world war! : stated to its graduatingclass
I and Irish f adequate medical treatment Is persons in proportion to the la-
potato of 274. And there be
will
the price of pig trout In the U 3.
I slowly destroying their chances chase of the population of the
soared to MS a ton while for the MOOO planes to back' them up.
Ia trying to solve a murder mystery ! Walter Locke building tor recovery. All theM unfortuaatea state, and In roportion to Its transition
past year the price ha run closeto says we are
investigators found that,: 4S.OOO anti-aircraft are denied the car and from an essentially rural to .
i I level and for May It was tanks. 20.000 :
there MO dentist to till treatment which would Insure aa urban aorta
were and eight million,tons ot new
; V3.tl That ,doesnl look like guns
Miami area and they interviewed: shipping with increased figuresfor their cure. Kepested.warnings.-haye fane i.. tp
I gouging doe* U? -
to M ot these before they located the" \ next year. A tragic case ta related by a unheeded Ion the public hat nvr .

f man who had mad the plate, e . Judge who>> committed I five-year brought sufficient pressure oa

1 found In the dead man's mouth. Some of you will bit getting air. In addition to than training old epileptic 1ira..10 the Turn the legislature to have-the state .i". .'
a' a a" graph from, the overseas soldier hospitals increased. Therefore, w
schools in operation at )tiaml. Key Cqlony for Epileptic: Due to the
t Aa optimist Is described as being Instead of carrying letter acne West Banana River and Jacksonville tact that the glrTs father had beenpermanently during tile next three or tour

the man who Just bought a the ocean, tiny photo are mad ,, In** navy announces thatotherar Injured In an Industrial years this state will undoubtedly ,

gas station on the East: CoastIt on rolls which are_tent over by *, to b*. built at Fort ,accident, the child's mother continue to have overcrowded Institution "
i plane and enlarged print made '
LaudeedaleVeeo Bead,. Dayton had sought employment outsidethe *, hopelessly long waiting
was charged at 1 Miami Ro- and mailed to the addresses Th Sanford. ,Defend., Melbourne and bom ,When weather conditions lists ,ot. .desperately aide people '
tartan meeting that we had too:!British have been wing the system Lake'City : . permitted, the father frequently I kept In Ufls,' ra basement cells, ,"

many taxing agencies, 40 In aU. for their soldiers la the e e assisted the mother in bar I lie their homos or roaming at large I

and suggested lessening them. Last: Orient.Reeding. work .so that I ffw extra dollars In the community-without supervision -
e e 0I for ApriUhe total steel production
year they supped on twelve anil::1 might be added to the family Income { or treatment ,growtnf .
i In.the U S. reached the high-
lion dollars In taxes. on aa advertisement: The child could net betaken menace to their Mmundlng

I'Some day the eagle will be 1 lit! level million In Its history tons. -The more V.thaneight S. with the parent when they j I There.I II not I single communityla'xthis

Tb Coral Gables coliseum buildIng dove.* That fine old bird will Steel-'Co. "We baft'lIIOI'I left the home, because her condUtfen particular state wtdch-for.
:
has been converted Into I(have to do Mot aaeUmerphosiag steel rotting say out of out mills than would hinder them In theu i Dished adequate protection for the
school for training air pilot before be can ,"riala' happy work. I patient or his family nowhere are
together '
Germany, J\II1lnd Japan put '
e Its* The parents finally solved the clinical facilities
then hospital or
The U S. Steel Co. atone
da's. e e
eC
ln o r i of agrlcu'ture. -, produced more steel than does problem by chaining their daughter sufficient to cop with the probeWin

Nathan Mayo, brought I It It amazing what blunder la Germany And yet Hitler thinks In a manner similar to that of satisfactorily. It is a sad commentary J

from Louisiana moderate liMeS spelling and the us* of word some I restraining I mad dog. On several! on our present chriUza-
merely bluffing.A
we are
sugar mill to be erected on state"twitters' make. In a newt story occasion the chad was able to ton that mentally sick: persona

prison farm tfo.' S. bordering th*'one such cat was where the writer loosen tile collar and escape. As! ar* being left forgotten la jails -

lower edge of Lake Okeechobe used the expression "dyed lathe timid person I* she had a mania for removing on the treet*. la horn**-perhan* "

near Belle Glad That win give wool" and spelled It died. The]I fore I, danger;; a friIIa'I-I caps from gasoline tanks of auto. fa kill, certainly to stunt or shock

Ibis growing: Florida industry j author of a popular fiction aerie,i the time; and a rnobUoa so that abet could: Inhale I young unfolding sepals of tile nextr

Ihrtw sugar_ anilte the big .SM at of books an, early ,J/Ie.Ia New!aa.waN. .. itsw ,,--,.she-keaor I..j ..
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.j Friday, June 19,1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace Five J JI


Mr, an* Mrs H. J Armstrong t Mr. Mki.Ur*. 0. A. W.*.aat, ,
are entertaining their daughter'Mrs 'f their .t.Nn-law and grand, FLORIDA CITY k,

{ Raymond J. Botker of Highland -I child. Mn Allen West and Janet By Warren 8e vryMM
In and Ground Park 111, and her children j left Thursday far Tampa to spend ,_. '

I 1'Byron' lid Joel who will ramato she waste.isni with Stx MI*. *, Charlotte jGejonimo will ;

another week. Mr. Better aceaopanied 'Duke*,"'". ft. Alien West who totv* kjr Min Monday for an ex. :

HomesteadMrs. them to Florida two weeks Ms been conducting a revival in tended. visit with relative of Mr .

AIO sad relumed North tost week. Bartow will Join them in Tamp,j l I.oAlmo ta lions. bland. New '
:Yesterday and todaj Mrs. Botker York City Stasamrd Coon and .

.. .. I II. visiting her brother and aister- Milt Jane Catlin returned I Wfcite Lake in SuBtvea County, \
t. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alton It Monday from visits In H........*. N. Y.
Beatrice Miller who was ; :.!lI. C E. Brlnson and Mil Ola Armstrong of 8713 X E. Eighth Ala, with Mrs. Buck Rogers and

critically burned Ina Cn at her Johnson Fort Lauderdale spent court, Miami. In Atlanta with Miss Mary Louise I Miss Rita Dent of Homesteadand

dairy farm on April 11 was the eek-end here with Mr. and Davis, a former classmate at We*, Nannja was a house guestof

brought back home from Kendall Mn. Howard Johnson their broth Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson leyan. Mia Charlotte' Ceronimo this t
hospital yesterday by Mr*. Eva er and sUUr-ln-law. They left and 1 week.
ton Billy are pending t
Collins. While her burn an not I! Monday toislt relative in few week in Albany, Ca. Mr. and Mn. Wlngfield Websterof i
entirely healed she I II said) to be I WrlghtiYille Ga. and took with Blowing Rock N. C. spent Fritz Schroeder is confined to
them Joyce Johnson of Wrights- Thursday with Mr. Webster :
convalescing satisfactorily Betty Catlin will lent Tuesday big home this week because ot an
I ville, Mr Johnson niece mho siter In-law and niece, Mrs. Julian -
for Camp Alpine in Mentone, Ala. ere Injury which necessitated an t
had visited here for week with H. Webster and
The Rev. and Mr*. U E. Wrightof a daughter. Miss operation Monday. \
Apalachioola. accompanied by Mr. and Mr*. Johnson and their Alta.
Margaret and Betty Stillman
their daughter Elizabeth and bya little daughter Janice: Howard.Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Frank: Miss Milfred Severy wa take
grandson. Frank Wright of Sarasota Joy Lee, daughter of Mr. and -
W. SUllman.\ will leave Monday to the Kendall hospital SIIDd'Y.I .
and Mrs. W. X. Watkins and Mrs. Curtis E. Lea, and Patty Rob.
returned homeward yesterdty for Juliette Low Camp In Cloud- condition I* reported to be
after a visit of several days their young children Wayne and land Gi. which lasts eight week snots daughter of Dr. and Mss critical.
with Mr. and Mrs. Wrighfs son Linda hare returned from a fiveweek Carl F. Robinson, left Monday to I I

t and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn. : visit at Knight, Fla. Mr*. Herman Hetnlein. memberat attend the sis-week camp at Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bute win

Olin WrightMr. I large and chancier education Montverde this summer. Theywere leave the last of this week for
Lieut and Mn. D. O. SpeUmaa accompanied by Miss Betty their horn
chairman of the P. T. A. county in North Carolina.Mr. .
and Mr*. J. E. Oauien have and daughter Jane, spent the council, and Mn. A. L. Campbell, McCauslin. daughter of Dean and

been entertaining Mn. Cauzens week-end Key West I new president ot Bedland P. T. A. Mrs. A. R. McCauslin of Mont. and Mrs. Roy NeUI and
sister' Mr:: H. S. Brandmaa of I attended the abort course given by verde School, who has been her children Kenneth Dickie Bobby t
Syracuse, N. T. Mr. and Mr*. A. F. Arthur went I II the state federation la Gainesville. visiting Miss Carol Lee, her class. I and Patricia Sue left Monday for
I to Miami Monday for a short visit i mate and roommate at the school East Bend, N. C. ;

Mr. and Mn. W. a Lumpkin, with Mr. Arthur's brother. Jame' Billy Clark returned Wednesday -' last year. Miss McCauslin, also, i
Jr, of Macon who are visiting I Arthur of Lot Angeles, oil company -I'I'I night from Wake Forest Collate -' will attend the camp. Mrs. Lloyd Basehoar and daugh.ter. t

relatives in Homestead Mr. and : official, and his wife who' in North Carolina where he' Dorothy, left Thursday twH.entown

Mrs. Harold Lumpkin and Mr. and I passed through Miami on their has completed his Junior year. On Julius Wilson of Hollywood. Md.
Mrs. O. J. Wollam enjoyed a fish ,way from Texas to Washington the way home he visited college I'la. spent the week-end at the
ing trip on the Key Sunday. n c friends In Wlnston-Salem and his home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattan

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Lee. moved to Fort Pierce Tuesday.Oscar .

David Hume of Miami. YaleSenior. I Richard Caves left Wednesday Mrs. T. W. Shore Jr, In Roaring
was a guest of P. B. Bird i for a ten-day visit in Chattanooga. Cap N. C. Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr, Paul Robinson, Jr. ot Holly Clonlngw spent last week

on a fishing trip la Key waters and son Jackie, also were guestsat wood FlaIs spending the weekIn visiting Mr. and Mn. George
Wednesday. the Shore home. Homestead Davis In Miami
.Mr. and Mn. Ted Oldendorf are

Vr. and Mrs. H. E. Schaff planto spending a short vacation near Mn. Edwin Black'former resident Mr Merle SlaM left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lester Waltap

leave next week for a summer West Palm Beach. I of Nannja was a guest of to spend the summer In Qatcaao. left Sunday for a one-week vWt
I with Mr. and Mr* Jack Branch
vacation in HendenonvUle, N. C, Mr*. Ida Eichenberger Wednesday.Mr. .
J. A. Hooks of Eau Cattle Is in Miami.
and Louisville, Ky. I and Mrs. Black have been
visiting his daughters, Mr*. Virginia '
residents of Immokalee a year. Mrs. Jess Coalman her daughter.
Walton of Homestead and Rachael. and aon Charles and Mia Bonnie Myers of Miami.
Milt Ceo. L Murray and son, Mra James visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Solute Jr, of Miami.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robert Robert Smith spent Friday In Key '
Louis went to Key West Wednes. Wm. K. Myers Friday.
and their infant son. Ray returned West Mn. Cossman and Charles
day to spend a week with Mr.
: William Bradley arrived, Saturday from Key West where plan to spend this week-end there
t Murray who h working In the In' Homestead Wednesday for amoath. Mr. Roberts bad been employed.Accompanying also. Mrs. A. Mills, Mrs. Naomi Day-
navy: yard there. '* visit with her mother-In them was their no, Mrs. Edith Tamblya, Gene

,law Mn. A. JL Livingston. young niece, Joy Peters of Homestead Horace Richter of Cairo, Ga, 'view and Beatrice dine JeredeanTamblyn.
Miss Doris Warr of the das ot who bad been visiting with arrived Monday for a visit with \ Fay. Sarah. Grady and
1941 Homestead School I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. St.iIlIllavt Kelly MUll Joseph Ferrara and
,of High them for a week.: his brother-in-law and sister Mr.
now manager of a photography returned from a ten Atlanta and Jacksonville. Matheson Hammock. Last week
hop-in Philadelphia where the I*
Mrs. Byron Nowen who visited
they visited in Miami.
making her ,home with bar step Mr*. Alva Lee two weeks left Mrs. Jason Avery and daughter,
father and mother, Mr. and usP. Mr*. E. F. Marshall left Sat- Dorothy have been visiting relatives
to visit her mother in
:. Warr. Except for short In- urday for Macon Ga. where she Wednesday In Miami last week and this Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman ot
Lieut Nowell is in submarine
Sarasota. -
will spend two weeks visiting her week. Miami spent their vacation this
s tervala. Miss Warr has mad her
mother, Mrs. L, L. Fullington. service week with Mr. Chapman' mother,
home in Homestead with andMrs.
Mr.
Mr .
Mrs. Rudolph Gonaian and Blanch Chapman.
Frank Belts who became her
Clifford Campbell returned from Miss Mary Louise Kindred of baby Rudolph Jr, cam from Boca
foster parent when she
was a Boca Raton Tuesday. Harold Plant City arrived Sunday to spenda Raton to spend Tuesday night Mrs. Ida SUverman left Saturday
year and a half old. Campbell is in Boca Raton workIng week hen with Mr. and Mrs. J. with Mrs. Cossman parents, Mr. to visit her son, Myer SiJ-

on the army air bass project. Lea Smith, her uncle and aunt and Mn. A. R. Caves. I rermaa In Miami.DON'T .
Wlflmore Belts son of Mrs. and -

Mn. Frank Belts, has been sent
by the Rheem Ship Co, of Crane- I

ton R. I, on an inspection tout
of the boat yard of the country.
He ha been serving In the defense.I I:
WASTE FERTILIZER
plant as superintendent of fabrica

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James M. Canon came I :
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from Kenansvill Wednesday to I' "
spend a few days with her i .t.'v .
Mr*. J. Milton Leach
'" brother-in-law mother'l ::J ,,: '"
: and sister
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't Stanley Wittkop and his stepson ,
oil .. .,
David
Frederich m.went to
'f Detroit the'Utter part of last week f ': IRRIGATE OR
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wittkop's parents Mr. and Mn. ;!, 'aS.r y.

.j. ,Herman Wittkop._ i ?1 : ,,, IF, THE WEATHER IS WET CUT

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_" MISS RACHAEL.GOSSMAN BECOMES; BRIDE MISt- I..'1'; IIOWBIt IS 1 HENRIETTE HARTMAN-.'WEDi>LM.: ...FRIEDK: ."f .1

OF, ROBERT SMITH OF 'STATESBQRO. GA. BONOS*. Paul GVESTMr Haley and Mr*. A. F.}IN HOME CEREMONY ATNSAVTLLE'I'ENI Ta1tci. ;.
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Arthur entertained' Monday for -- 'I

"Ml*! RKhiel Cowman, youngest aettlerr UT the SUwe. Palm action. Mn. Haley I asses.. Mrs. 't: T.lowra : :Morris D. mrtmaa/of: f completed; .her" Juptor TWBT BI1371so -*,

'''\ lht<< W Mr. 'and Mn. Jag She ew n to He etr4 ... of WWt.PoInt: : } t.'Ga.V: .the Nasbviller 'TMH .has.announced H.eie ts![:3t tC'ac obl7ti'7w; >e..'
via .....1Iua6IC.rr--.Hose.te dM4 kbme :at tin Arthur.: Mr. and .jibe
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.c-IIIIIA, became the brtoV ofBobert tbI. Ialria... ot'leer .daughter; Jod.lw4tlol; if- .-
tin.
.w..o& atowe*left WMneectq..tt.rI Attar
sweet to. Nashville, There
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Smith of 4ta.sbaro .Ca, The brMegreon wee boni,' a ,.-., at the Haley bonm Henrietta/ to Morton*. :Frfedinanof4 Hjrtman.graduaTxf IroW 'klgtt'MtMollbeitexty ",*

Sundaymowing- a o'clock la reaveend educated iailUtWibe 1 OH "'fueet'ltst Mari KM. W, Hammond,' ;foA. '011%, Sunday, < arandafterwar l

''row D81tOIiWQ ot the ring BaptistChurch **' Ife-apec* Severer yean'Id L Rhone Mrs;: J, It.-Brootl Mr*. June Ili:at the home *f Mr."andMretRomer tiryded wfindarbllt{ 'TJstiwssitPF r'l v

of Homestead.The-masrl- Homeeteetf witty.iv-oH-tomj> ornd ....ISowyeiv Mrs. aeo. .D. Jopv.la N h.ill*. L* t;;n>o. a jbe Suss iradwteA 06A

'age cervical wa conducted by Or.. this 4pflii. after '--month! *. Kuehlev.Mrs.,Jeff tritter, bliw'1V Th.- .brlcle' cam.-ta.Homaa lead 1 fsert'TahaeVbUfHosiittar.> ' "* J-'.'' :s
J. & Jahnstoner po tor, of -;Ihe In *wvfc was discharged becauseof WelaaC Mrs Ceo. Prick Mr*. Ceo. as-a child with -h r'mother-sold leberstpry 'tlsftPniQalt. SnV arid '. '-.-

'church.' a illght physical dublllt/. Hiis 1?.'Wstrfletd; Mr*. T. li Hoflgev father; the late Dr. M..D. 'Hart- Mrai Hbt'ftf4ad virod h. v-2i ha 3" .,:

,Ma QQa. IaII. .her ton. Charles, .:UW "'fanr.I'.""' of:a Mrs.Joel J; Robinson, Mr*. J. A. man'fihyidaii'aAd! surgeon; 'Fol-

'and William. Webb, witnessed', the' chain store In Statesboiro. Kick, Mn AcirlaQ''Jacobe; 'Hn.. towing, the death of Dr.' Hartman

ceremony. They :left Immediately after the Frank Edna ttan,"'Mrs. Carl F. R6binson In' an uUmo4)ll acddeat '*h* aidatewpoi relic{n,Etta F.wfi. .4, '

Th bride It I granddaughter of ceremony for their new" home inStotesboro. .1 Mn. Frank,'Webb; Mn.Bevo .. _
Mr. ind Mn. C. A. Gossman, tint Webb, Mrs. Frank Robinson, : '

Mri Glenri' Ttiila Mr .- -Frank--.-- ,Skill. ,BELLE. BENNETT CIRCLE IS HONORED ,I
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IIi GIVE PARTY 'IN HON"oi OF WOYSWNO sod Mn. Lloyd.Delt*. : ,FOR WINNING ATTENDAXCF'.CONTES1T'. .:. ;

i ARE TO WORK ON PROJECT NASSAU JUNIOR CLUB ENJOYS
_. SUPPER PARTY AND I A* the reward -for- winning a Wingate.MrLF4 a.AtWmonrMrs,.' !q '
-- DANCE six-month'
attendance'contest, 'the 'Ii'x..Ritch;Mrtl"l.D. .Recfd; Mrs.-.-* '
Members of the Junior Woman's I I
Carl Frederick arid Kenneth Campbell Forrest Bell, John and : Belle Bennett Circle of the Homestead "
Club pf. Homestead .enjoyed a C:p.; Esker; }if?. s: T: Matthew-,-
Glenn with She assistance of MinCharlotte Robert Kuhn, James Nesbltt; .Wll- W. S. C. S. was ent.rtaJned'Mond.y
grilled wiener feast Monday night M*:; c:.-H. Otis,JoIn: Casper'Wll.'. 'x
Geronimo and Miss RIta lard Barnes, Charles Fleming and night at a covered'dlahdlnnfr
Dent gave a barbecue flipper at I Roger Glenn.NAZARENE, I at the.home of Mrs. C. A. Louns In the Sunda/school build. Ilsms.Mrs..', B. M. 'Hindman,; Mrs. r. IIDsvid
bury where Mrs. CWlHlSms, M'ri --A...:&:;- JJ
the home of Mitt Ceronlmo In Lounsbury, Mn. tog by the- ether four circle of
Florida City Monday eight in hon Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick and Miss Mar. the church. Mdye( ,".Mn: VlvanBoeth,-Mrs.H..<
or of Hurry Martin and Charier GROUPS HAVE aret -Albright were hostesses. M. Glbbs, MrC.: Sam J.: Dav'ls,' Mrs. "...
Steffanf! who leave this week to LUNCHEON IN PARK Thesupper wa spread on long Present were: Mn. Geo. Hanson N. .0- j3aH,;Mrs.' E. S;:' CapUItI /:

work. on a detent project 1ft-Null The' Woman's Foreign" Missionary able on the screened porch. jNn..H. L. Brown:, Mrs. D. L.j I Mrs. A.. M. Logan Mrs. Ivan'
u. SocCetyo.,.t the Homestead Punch was "served throughout the Bowen., Mr. O. L. Showalter, Moser( Mrs. John Williams,- 1\(181.
Church Mn. J. E. Close Mn. Geo. C. Allle
and of the Nazarene was en. evening.In Ferguson Misses Antoinette
Dancing followed the
Hipper. game tertalned at a luncheon served In musical quizes, conducted by Estell, Mn. J. A. Daugherty, Mn. Helen and Sue Moye, Mia*"Mary

Present besides thote named ,the municipal park Friday at It.lIow.hlp Mrs. Fitzpatrick. the prizes were j I. P. McLean Mrs. Lloyd Field. Ann McDaniel and Misses Esther

were: Miss Annabelle French, meeting by members of won by Mrs. Ted Oldendorf Miss Mrs. J. A. McNeill, Mn. Mollie and Helen-Livingston.

Miss Wave Horton, Miss France the Young Women's Foreign Ml*, losely Sever, Augustus Wynn and
Lamb Miii Evelyn Sykei. Miss slonary Society. John Barker. The local Red Cross sewing room Mrs.'She rd'R tum

Wanda McKiy, Barney Godwin, Mn. Robert H. Spear spoke on Much of the evening we spent I is now open on Tuesday and Friday To Beauty
Shop Monday
7 In dancing. I II afternoon from I to 8 o'clock.
> John Sykei. Harry Bowen. Billy mission, study of Portuguese East .
Africa, and Mn. ----
Roy Murray
superintendent
Mn. R. E. Sherard
DINNER PARTIES ARE GIVEN of the Junior group, SCOUT CAPTAIN TEACHES I The Calendar Alice Beauty Salon proprietoro will reassume -
conducted an oral test In which I USE OF COMPASS ,
FOR MR. AND MRS. LUMTKIN -
I her duties In the hop on
prizes awarded to Mn. Mn. Frank Skill, girl scout .
were Spear cap. : '
A dinner party was given June W Meeting of Jennie Lob- Monday. .
J 'Thursday night at the home ofMn. and Mn. Lydia Capllnger. Mrs. tain will direct scout training(IdeU Circle at borne of Mrs. Lloyd! Mr. Shercrd's mother, Mr*. Q.:.
+ Murray also told the story of the courses in outdoor cooking, tint Field
M. P. Wollam on East Eighth I I I[ Sherard who hat been visiting
life of Alexander aid and other lor this
McKay, missionary camp sum.mer -
street In honor of her aonlnlawend July 4-Annual dance.of Junior relative In Gainesville; will take
to Africa. on Tuesday afternoon This '
daughter, Mr. and Mr W. B. Woman's Club. car of Baby Sarah Grace while j
Lumpkln Jr, of Macon and their Mn. Caplinger gave to the two week the girl learned to make a I July -Meeting of B. P. W. C. Mr*. Sherard11' on duty- ati the .
baby daughter Suzanne,,who are, societies a quilt which Is to be compass trail with a compass or at home of Mn. J. F. Hammett. shop. .
visiting at her home. Mn. Lump- completed before) the close of the a watch, and they laid -trail I -..
.kin church fiscal year. which 'Inother croup.win .follow
ja the former Mill Marguerite' -
Wollam. I Those attend In,' were? 'the Rev. ben -week. eNJy"- a.w nUAit O'.J! III" I '.. ,

Coven were laid for: the host and Mn. Robert R. Spear, Mn. J.
tu, Mr. and Mn. Lumpkin, Mr. V. Free and children Mr Brook" ENJOY BEACH THEATRE

and Mn. L. P. Kendrick, M.rs. and- granddaughter Mr*. Neil PARTY ON SUNDAY'
Chambers Mn. Jake Craft I Miss Charlotte. Geronlmo, Miss Jack 'Hawanl
p Cordelia Champlin. Mn May Hall, Mrs. DIXIE DRUG :
Mia! Shirley Terry and Dorothy, Roy Murray Mn. David Frede- Clara Rowland. 'Robert Riven, J. .

John and Robert Kuhn. rick .Sr, Mrs. Lydia Caplinger ;Forrest Bell and Charles Fleming Plasmas SO ..1111.
Sunday night Mr. and M.... Ken Miss Emily BorgardC Miss Jo* I went to Miami Beach for a beach "

drick entertained at dinner In sephlne Pratt and, Bob Spear, party Sunday, In the evening
i hey attended a Miami
show.
honor of Mr. and Mn. Lumpkln. 1
Present besides, host hostess and SYNOD WORK IS THEME s EXTRA VAlUE COMBINATION!
The Jennie
Lobdell Circle
honor guests were: Mn. Wollam, or AUXILIARY TALK of the Fall pint PwerestMINERAL
W. S. C S. will have Tube Staff SmsMess.SHAWM .
an all-day
I Mn. Hall and Dorothy. John and Mn. J. A. Rick spoke on synod OIL r pkg. so .
sewing bee for Red Cross work CREAM '
Robert Kuhn. work and Mn. M. M. Black,
on
Monday at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Wer ASPIRIN
horn mtulonlri.. at the meetingof Field. A covered dish luncheon and 2 g.. Slog BLADES
1
MRS CHA8. CLINTON the Presbyterian Auxiliary In Heal Savings for you
planned.Mr. Their Combination -
on needed item*. .:; .
ELECTED the church June _
CLUB TREASURER 11. Cause secre- smooth shaves/
Mn. Chai. Clinton wa elected tortes gave their reports, also. and Mrs. Herbert Katz entertained M. Vales jy CQ- tl..r..tw
treasurer of the Homestead P. B. !Mn. C. Ben Plummer presidedand at a hamburger fry BOTH FOR ,' 390
W. C at a combined business and Mn. J. M. Holferty directed Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. as.4 %" newt.. \ w ,.,., woes,, '

program meeting at the home ofMn. Bible study.Present S. J. Lynch Mn. Frank Morris EXTRA VALUl COMIINAIIONI
I. P. McLean Monday night were: Mrs T. L. Hodges, and Milt Jean Mustard. EXTRA VALUE COMBINATION
after the resignation of Mn. B. A.Waldla Mrs. R. C. Jackson lor.... Wm. ex. 5..* CHfKKOSOK for

treasurer elect, had been Lounsbury, Mrs. Glenn Bule Mr. coughs due>e colds onoM0.of 30 stag SHAVING LOTION eWsg

accepted with regret 114.... Clna' C. F. Robinson Mn. F C. Robin- Shedd COID TABLETS Arm SHAVE TALC

Stewart and Mn. Roy Chandler I[eon. Mn. N. W. Kent, 101.... R. N. Get real relief from CS& For that luxurious aftershave
were appointed to audit the book Herman Mn. A. F. Darling Mrs cold symptoms and feeling.
The following chairmen war Joel J. Robinson, Mn. Plummer, fold roughs. '
announced by Mn. J. F. Hammett, I I Mn. Rick, Mrs. Black and Mrs. $1.00 rat,.. 750 toe v.6. *9a
: BOTH FOR
president: education. Mn. J. E.Cauxeni .I Holferty. i BOTH FOR <

: finance 114.... Clinton; way +.r ,.ewt.+

health Mn B. A. TlbblU; legislation :> EXr A VAIUE COMBINATION EXTRA
MI'I.Icwn; member ABOMBeenenl ruUI COWANATIONrube

hip, Mr*. Herbert Katz; program / fret ping Ml 31 SOLUTION Stag Raw *
DR. R S. CREWend
Mn. Stewart; public *fMn SPICKARD Deep lasting wave of exqul- I :SHAVINS
,
and W TOOTH
Mn. Chandler; publications, ass site loveliness, with Thermlque, i BRUSH 2 Pkg..StapHello.

II.... ,Beg Archer: publicity, 114.... I the heatertosa method t. Cool, Values like these go ., G'oaJBLADESai
Stewart: music. Mn. Clinton; defense DR. C. C. RAYare safe, comfortable! I' quickly-ee harry.yda Big favorite

Mn. lUblU.Mn. rasa. cream and guaranteed -
Stewart was granted permission :new aseeclalid wttk Ask for I: BOTH FOR 9 ai blades. -
i 43e Volvo
to keep the club'i pianoat ,
wen an 311 IwowR,
her home In Redland. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST TheriniqueALICE'S
Only one meeting will be held r rOII.

each month. It was decided and j
these meeting will be at homes. .... .. I tP..w.a
Mrs Hammett offered to enter Office Bran: Samt5B.raleagues w._ Ice Cream Made Fresh Daily In Our

tain members and former members t W UCleeeel BeAUTY
at her horn on July ..
Present were: Mr. Herbert Saierday SALON Own Store

Kats. Mrs. Frank Morris, Mrs. B. 11-14 HwCnn AM*
1714 N. W. SITU 8T, MIAMI
A. Tibbits, Mn. Hammett. Mrs I AJbt Mratf. o..roew.a.Pbese .

Stewart, Mm. Clinton and the PRONE j-un 340
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A aweaeer. !1 ,..eaawea, i a .r, .ew ,em w! lg ,.rri :

-v : Post-WarWorld and.aid them, to every possible JAMES 'JIIIJ'I1I.
.t., way W make each country a'sueccssful HOSPITAL NEWS

working unit. [CLASSIFIED ADS
Mrs. J. R. Rutland I* reported t
I am going to treat France separately
.... Continued from hle'Four), .. ]France should be reestablished to be recovering satisfactorily J
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"with tram a major operation performed $t M rim saewtloB lee t toe; sab..gts/sot tosacd1Mr ;
fellow countries. Harsh term M a republic education
Ip the JamM'Archer Smith Hospital little
:will yield only a rebellious. war-. given to the French peoplIn' Friday.: I : I O
Uke nation WhOM inhabitant the function Of a democratic'IOvemmmt
Mn Paul Loaner and baby son,
sum anger, disgust and murder. M they will know how RENT f :
+at Melvin Elliott born June 10, will FOR |I LOANS
on Idea. If this should happen, to govern themselves. France hal be taken home today from the -

4 "yK. that the winner enjoy" the spoils l learned this lesson: that a nation James Archer Smith Hospital. SMALL furnished house, close in. BUILDINGRESTRICTIONS \ JI

of war.then the world will be in : cannot expect to subsist when Mn Robert Dunn and her ton, Mr*. Mary King. 116 N. W. 6th 1 1

a chaotic state of affair for many I, three and four political parties In bom June 4, were removed to 'St. Homestead. (P-jnl9) I Government Building Order will I :

yean to come. Upon our success the government of one country are their home, 1
Tuesday permit the following:
'''. Jot making arrangement wherebyall each trying desperately to achieve Mn R. O Brown who underwent FURNISHED Prefer year-round 5-room tenant apt, bath.SIN I BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL i 1 1I t
people may have a chance to their point Advene political : ;
a major operation on June BUILDINGS
costing H.OOO
W. Fourth .t Apply J. R or :
live will depend the hope of last- parties were the downfall of 9 will return to her home In South I less "
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Rutland
N. Krome 1I1t
Jn ) 1
France. The French
Jni peace. people must Miami today. '
FARM BUILDINGS, costing $1,000
J All agreement, military or be guided and raised Into a living Ben Blggen was dismissed PARTLY furnished house In Florida or less. i

,. .otherwise, between nation should nation again through the cooperation Tuesday from the hospital where City, running hot and cold RESIDENTIAL-Addl'ions or new

In the future be arrived at openly of all nations In the league he had been under observation water; fruit tree; nice ) construction costing less than

land openly publicized In order The league could establish a after an automobile accident: Apply Homestead Leader, 'ard'i tsoo ,

Jotj nation to live together a* a.happy. world bank through which would i X (a24tf) I REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE ..ff

L'd satisfied family with love, pas to the people of the worldreconstruction I made Into homes by giving backto I f all types of buildings I I. encouraged

honor, and trust for one another bonds of each the mothen their children who, . ,FOR SALE i by Government and no

being their only tie, secret country in need. A powerful at an early age, had been forced price limit I I. placed on cost of
treaties must never exist. :world banking system could b* into military training by the Nazi PAPAYAS for tale Also small work done. The design though

The aiding up of states In alliances established to aid all party loquat and mango tree, Mn. should not be changed by repair.
'
.unavoidably result in With the money received from Every man, woman and child N. G. Ball, 13 N. C. Bin St. \,ABC LOANS are still available for

effort of whole nation the bonds, the people in Germanyand will have the privilege of a fair (myltf) the above types ol Improve"

1 toward the production of a th'l the countries Germany has trial patterned from those in PICKUP, plow, J Cole planter,I menls, to be repaid In monthly
complete army, navy, and overrun will be employed in taco America. payment of:
i prayer other tool*. Chas
force when everyone' effort I tories producing utility good Instead The league shall establish J. $ 100 for 12 mo VI '.71
Fay, 111 Fifth street (
.should be turned universally t.o.j i of goods foretelling the destruction churches that will be run by missionaries : pjnie) 200 for 12 mo. 9 1754

1. ward education, religion, and scientific of life Germany Jac. and the Germans will 5-ACRE lime grove 2 mile from 1.000 for J8 mo. 9 31 94

research with the promotion tories that produced war material be urged, not forced. to attend I bank bId,. Can be bought on 2.500 for BO mo. 9 54.16Ne

of'tumanlty a* the goal instead J would now be converted Into service Christianity shall be term. Mr*. M. A. Berger, Down Payment

of its destruction and gradual -I hops where skilled worken may preached throughout Europe in Krome ave. and 10th treeL N. Red Tape

tffi deterioration. The league could receive wage for their labor order for the Germans to reach a (m27tf) Come In and tee us for additional

we to It that this goal 4* continually (The German scientists should be higher level of Individual devel Information or Phone 82, Home
worked toward. [employed In scientific laboratories opment. FOR SALE: Troprcn) : plant, dtru stead

There should be forever absolute 'yield in, only product aiding hu-I The radio shall be used a* an I tree and tropicat fruit la Brookcr Lumber Co.
season. Jungle Grove Redlanf
freedom of the eat. It 1 la essential !Jcnanity. Putting these people to instrument to promote humanity ,
road and
to every' Individual to be work in useful, profitable jobs will I I,through the expression of world Plummet driveELEVENTH WANTED

able to trade freely, that Is, to buy lessen the unemployment tension news, progress, and events and not -

and sell, with all other nations that follow every war. I as a military machine. 'I .I. WANTED a grove Will exchange
:T., .
The world 1* an economic unit and All of the Nazi literature must, The Golden Rule must be put I my 6-room, house, 3 cottage, 1

in any new world order there must ;be destroyed The people must'into practice in dally life store lot 100x130 on 7th aveu

be freedom of access on a fair have free access to good literature 'jIN THE CIRCI'IT 'lllllr.rIT MIami. Income over (2,$00.What

basil to raw material and a Just ,I-poem", novels, books, dramas, 'I I' AND ran DADE JUDICIAL COUNTY FLORIDA IN have )'ouT ,J. K. Dorn, 226 Hal.

basis established for world trade. I land the Bible. The German, I IN CHANCERY No. 4JH I cyon Arc., phone 2-2463.

.When people are in economic distress ,schools shall be revised to meet I TAX RAIK FORirLOHl (my22-Je2)

they become aggressive and the needs of a republic nation In.steadeelpa EXPERTBARBERING CITY OF HOMESTEAD a munklpal rah
I I pondsat the But of .bids. Plaintiff
dangerous. but If they are allowedto totalitarian government ,'a. L. A. RUBetlLI H "'". at .1". Do.I .I TUTORING WANTED high
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get the raw materials which ;A11 of the German people must b* I>feadanta ORDER FOR PUBLICATION school and grade school subject

they need and then find I It possible |educated to become citizens of a'i IN THE NAME OF THE STATE .OF Mn H. ,J. Armstrong A. B,

.'to sell their goods abroad, they are {!democracy. After the last world 1 I',FLORIDA TO; THE DEFENDANTS! Frneal w. Plummer drive and Country

economically secure and prosper. war a republic was established in I I Carter Individually aid aa Director' .. Club road.
I Haircut ___'''_ Ilk 'Trait** ef the Carter larurlty and Land
and likely to be satisfiedand Germany giving the German people
.pus are (Company a dtaaolMd Florida ,
Shave ___________ tV 1 land Mary Carter hb corporation NOTICE Or APPIICATIONFOR
wife
less warlike The removal of a unique opportunity to estab. Valduau TAX DEEP

all trade barriers will foster this lish a government In which they Shampoo (Plain)-. ____ Sic Gaontlal. his .Rutert'.. C. R.1. M.Carter Nary and Armed Mary H.l.il.Can.rr ., Chapter IWT A.An.MHO ef IntoFile

,exchange could take a part and formulate Shampoo Medicated). _.__ 7Se 'Tn-aanre lilaad Ban FranrUeo. California i NOTICE I* HKRFHY GIVEN that
Dan
Trafford. Bell Building,
Reciprocal trade treaties have their own laws The republic was ; Stage _._ L 5c Alabama, and Gertrude Steal Montgomery Chambaraaddreei : Gladys Tl E.>swank lortlflmt holder* No.of IMI HUM bard andCounty

been developed profitably by Cor- 'not a success, the German peoplecouldnt Facial ___ Sic 'lot the FIo..I.unknown...ai Realty blrerlora Corporation aa T'..ties. a the Ird day of Jun*. A. II..ISM. boo...filed,_
earns In my offlr. and h. mode ..
dell and these agreement take advantage of this 'dneolved tkirlda aorporallon. Wilbur W.I
Hull
Facial Pack __ 75e Una for a tat Wd to a* leaned therm.Sad .
Five alnila ,
a man, and Adelaide Who.
ihould W! looked as a goal opportunity for selfgovernmentbecause t.rtlflrat. raihrami tar fullowlnf
upon '. ... her husband,
Combination Facial____ 79c 'r..1t'n-: described prnarrty In the County of Dada,
t
the;
and of
for which all countries'should they didrtt know what to any above planned lute of tlortda; lo-wMl l
1 Tonic ..... .....___ tie Individual. defendants k* drad all parties, .
Strive In order -for all people to"ceIve ,do with the power given them. I., persons claiming aa internal under lot 10. flora I. Hlnnn Addition toKmfall

advantage instead of obstructions :They; hadn't been educated to gov.1' Mustache Trim lieBUSII'S 'rteld passed' defendants or .....,.. ..or*. .lth iMludlni..' of kla them et bar d- !'r the County. a Rub of. Flit 110....Nook Mate I.of Par Fieri-. Ila .

The Ideal trade relation :ern themselves and they naturally i ,bales, devlana or otherclilmanta a.I ..
=.n.- 1 1I The .re.m.nt of Mid pne.fty under
would be a clear cut program reverted to the system of government dead, and under all ether nn.Dowa slant prraoaa c.Uadanta .if,I. rid .nlllato won In .IM memo of
I Ipo. .
of planned international), In which the powers were I la this solve, sell: all part" or Iwo" strirkland.Uelestold e.r"IfIrate hall ha
1 ........ whether natural I redeemed
Barter not derived from the of corporate or .. law. the
trade or Each country "consent Municipal..rated In the loads bar reeo.dine p".rtr describd
ih.reiir"wlU a. ...Id ito She h...... bidder
after daaerlbed.. .In.j
claiming by.
the throuek
would yield that which It could governed BarberShop
the HHIM
.t Court dw on the flrwtM
'
under the d olvd
produce the cheapest and the best' Hitler and his\aides, which Include ,...... lOW .land heirs corporal described* a above aa '01. "nday In the month of A...... I....
wnk-k la the Srd day of August. 114*.
and then .trade it* product forthliie his armaments, Gestapo Opp. City Hall loan toot .
: Lota II, SI. It IS, 14, SS and W'4ef Ualed ink lath day of June ID4IK.
article* that it could not produce -i I fifth columnist, propaganda department t 41. MILLER ADRITIUN flat. Bout B. I.KATHKRMAN.
I. Page 1M, ,nd Plat Hook I. Pin Clerk of Circuit Court,
and all of his other departments .
to an advantage. The league S 1/21 Dan Canary Fin"" "
must be when Loto I and .. IEVILtA Circuit Court Rval
1 would be the primary factor in put ADOITION. N. C RTFRRETT,
Plat Nook 9. By D. O.
Page U. slid Plat Hook
promoting world trade and higher they will never interfere with the 'I. Page ,Juan la. SI, July S. 10, IIUI
standards of living for all through German government or any government -, Lot 7 : k I. ROYAL PALM AD.DITIO'r. .
i Plat Bout I. Paia IT i NOTICE OF APPLICATION
world trade relationship 1 This action will be vitally I Lot T. ... C. BEIDLEB ADDITION FOR TAX NEED
All the countries that Hitler trap If i* expectedto Plat' BookS. Pan IS I Fll Ul>4Nolle
necessary peace all of the above described Iobdl...'.... ... b hereby slow that Jark A. and
recently occupied In Europe should endure. orV05 Ins located In the City e( Hv__" Lllll A. Events holder .. Mala***, et

be restored according to the interest An army of occupation will be Dada YOU Ceuaty ARE FIorI.HEREBY... ORDERED AND City .of dated Miami the Tat 41k Ortlflrate day .. July NumheredIMIt A. DIMS .

of the population concernedand necessary to enforce the provisions Ivaroubles DIRECTED to be and ap|.ar to the plain.tlffa . kava filed. old CerUflrate I. my .,.
ef flee and .... wind..epliatlan for titd..4
Bill *
I complaint on the Rut Ul
along the lines of nationality. of the peace treaty. This army ,. July A. D. IMS. ...it, July *. "4I, to kaaa the,... In neoranaea was
Belgium, Poland Holland, Den. should be of no resemblance to I I. the office of Clark of th, Circuit Court .... sold CenlrloaW embrace the fol.Awls
la aai for Dodo Couitf Florida whew deacrla.. propi-rty. allnated la
mark, Norway Greece, Czechoslovakia the Gestapo and must make the wlea a live "*. pro aoafata will be catered Dad County, "1arIdn. t>_llt
and Yugoslavia each had people realize that they are thereto I ...,..t ...... Weft tt Ft. .. \MM I.-.-... and
IT I* FURTHER ORDERED that this East SI Ft. of Lou IMS. .n...-,..
governments that appeared to fulfill unlock the chains of force ark TryTROPQACT1C lordrr of publication k* abllaarS ease a Block II. Highland. Park. Plat Book I.
1 fear and revive freedom |1 wok for four aanereatlv w* aa la the Pan / In UM CIIIII...., equals
of each
amply the people respectfor MNOBteed Leadar-raterrrla*. a newaaapet of Dada, slaw ., FlorMa.
country with the requirement of the Individual, and the opportunities !ukll.hd In Dad. County, Florida. The a o.rn.at of Mid property wader
DONE AND ORDERED thin Ird day ftJIUM the lOW Certificate Wad was In the .._
life These small nation were I to display personal initia A. O. IMS. at ......1. FloHda.B. of tlnknewi
and productive and a. ItATHEKHAM U.less told Cmlflcale ....11 k* ..>,.....
prosperous tive.To 1 Clerk of Circuit Court wInc to law. tea dad will a....
they would have continued to be raise the standards of International TRIED ALL ELSE for Dad 000..,.. Florid.Clrrult I...r.an en the IH day af July A. D.
so if they had not been crashed I morality, the respect for Coarl awls ,1040.'
I' .. of A. D 1143
Ir "' I.nrn.n, Dated this lltk day May
Doe March for relief from
toosoon after birth. All of the the home must be dually stressed your Deputy Clark.. R B. I.K.ATHKRMAN.
Digestive Trouble seem endl.trultl..T ... IRA C. HAYCOCK. Clerk af Circuit Coon
nation of the world In the form to every German. The houses in i HOI Congress Bids- Dada CiMinty. Florida
of. an organization could maintain I'Germany and in the other German Decide to come and I Miami. Fonda I Ry I. E. PARKER D. O.
others Pi.latift. Circuit. Coin Mal.luny .
do. Realize
why so many Attorney fur
a'vigilant eye on these countries! occupied countries must be discover Chiropractic benefit I June 9. IS. II Sl and July *. 1.111 29. I...> I. tt IS M IS4I

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GROVE LANDS-TRUCK LAVDS-C1TT LOTS-HOMES praise Chiropractic so earnestly

Deckle! Come in, today. EDWARD STILING
.r Price Were Never 8. Lew-Plenty: of God :Value

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Evening by Appointment

HOMESTEAD REAL ,ESTATE FLORIDA Dr. R. J. Elliott I Estate General Insurance


CHIROPRACTOR NOTARY PUBLIC
opposite Mi Fellow' Banding
MeCrery: ArWe I Cor. Palm A'e. and A\"e. B Florida City Fla.
TeL Ne. 71 Established MSIIII
noM 211WHOMESTEAD.
PHONES 511-J AND ..tI.M.0

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Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, June 19, 194Z

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same at trucks operated by the'roads would be relieved of I eerI even If aU the needed railroad
3 NEW PASTORS 50,000 POUNDS common carrlen. I tain amount of traffic-which car facilities were available.

"Thii doea not mean that we I would Increase their usefulness to "It it useless for farmers to produce

FOR METHODIST advocate tilt movement of empty lour war efforts-and at the urn these food crops: unless they

(Continued from Page One) truck over the highways when I time our farmers would be assured can be moved to consuming center .

the Davit Sinclair Station with there b any poailbl way to pre- of I chance to move their crops *
CnURCHES HERE 6,900 poundi. fair price to pay In order rot to I to market and the people In our your consideration of this mat.

Report from other stations Included upset the movement of farm dUll would have much needed ter will be appreciated.

the following: products to market farm product to eat

Appointment of new pastors forth "In the southern part of Florida "Such a plan could be worked
three Methodist churches of Highway Texaco Station..5,244 Ibi.
In which the Redla.id District theyear
through molt of the month of
the Redlaad District I was announced Could Supply ._.__. .--.4,2441b. Far tamp
II located, almost every commodity in I community: such ai this
at the clot of the Florida Orange State Station_....ISOOlbi. {
that our people ue, other than >for during the winter months our
Methodist conference in Lakeland Pool Filling Station-_3,000 Ibi. I
Sunday Bishop & Son.._....._._.....2.860 Ibl. farm products, mutt be hauled 'farmer are producing vegetable I CAB SERVICEat
The Rev. O. Sewell Palmer of Deden A Sullivan._ _2,000 Ibi. here for we produce comparatively j{'and the citrus crops are moving,

Euclid Church: St. Petersburg, will I I Central Service Station...1,000 lbs.Bashor's little .1... Thui it would seem i north and in the summer advo-I reaaeaable min
succeed the Rev. T. A. Ferguson I Service StatloiuI.OOJ lbs.Homestead that a system could be workedout icido: and limes are moving to;I

who has served ai pallor of Auto Supply.. 094 Iba. whereby practically every 'market I PHONE 9108 or 389
truck
returning to Florida could
Homestead "Production of vital farm
Homestead Methodist Church for Filling Sta. 740 lot. crops
the put year. Mr. and Mn. Fer. Leo Bernecker ?......_...._ 600 Ib*. bring a load of much needed merchandise -1 will be curtailed in the future unless I
guion and their daughter, Miss AI- Redland Service Station SSOlbiZeke to our people and likewise -i action it taken at one to I HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE:

Martin __ 300 Ibe. return to other sections of, tbet trucks It ItImpoiilbl __
lie, left for Pabokee, Mr. Fergu- keep rolling. F. O. 1'1 Fro
ion'i new field, on Wedaeiday.Th the country loaded with our farm for a complete twitch
Some stations who contributedto which th..1 I
product the people In
Rev. Lewis Minter of In- from trucks to rail shipments
the recorded total ire not lilted sections need. I I IIf
terbay and Port churches in I
because they could not be reached the ODT would provide in- [ .
Tampa will succeed the Rev. W. E. "
by telephone and it WM too late- formation' bureau in the center
Rowell who has served
a. pastor ;
,
of the community churches in to get a breakdown of their distributor's of commercial: activity whereby a'' :

Florida City and Redland for the total trucker carrying a load could b*'

put two ,..fl. Mr. Rowell hat The Defense Council of Dade put in touch with freight moving' : FOR..
i been assigned to Oakland Park County which li directing the back in the direction of his homeward .

j Church.: county-wide campaign was laid trip, he would be only too,

The Rev. Jesse E. Waller who to be looking to fruit and truck glad[ to have a pay load to carry,
growers of South Dade to :
contribute
Instead of running empty. Perhaps -
has been pastor of Silver Palm Appetizing:
hundreds of toni of .
rubberto
the present organization of
i Church three yean has been assigned I
to Xlulmmee and his place Dade County scrap pile. the trucking associations could
Mot grove. It has been pointedout handle this, under the supervision
here will be filled by the Rev. .1
have accumulated piles of of ODT. SANDWICHES
M. E. Myer of OkHchobtt.f .
The Rev. J. J. Richard, former discarded: automobile tires for use Ai we understand it, there are(
ai smudges during the winter. two obstacles that stand In the
pastor of the Homestead church: I j
\ remains at Trinity Church in De- Pointing! out that icrap rubber way of such a plan-both of which j DRINKS

Land and the Rev. A. A. Koeitllne, now li urgently needed ai part of could be, and should be, corrected:,

another former pastor of the the war effort Charles F. Helmly. .it a matter of fairness, and to j (
In charge of the Dade rubber SHORT ORDERS
: help keep of distribution
church WM assigned to Bartow. our system -,
drive called upon the R.dlaftd I on an even keel during theie
resident to Iior.ith;;I ;

Civil War Substitute stocks: of tires to their filling itetloni war day ,
For 10 they be ''On. of the difficulty: It that with
Quinine Approved can converted Into
war material the common carriers are not will- t
\ Ins to divide the freight charge"
Atlanta, Ca, June 11 (FNSV "It it true rubber make an ft.

i Out Of Possum Pea* .to PossumLase valiant amudge." laid Helmly, Itiutao would equitably be necessary with the for trucker.the ODT It ...\. . .. ,-. :",",;-.SNAPPYSERVICE:'' .

J Ci, coma word that Iden- do many other things that are
,t ttfic research has disclosed I not vital to winning the war. It to make a fixed teal providing; .
loads for trucks that
proper
Georgia bark which It I substitute] la the patriotic duty of every man to '
hey will not be overloaded and
for quinine for th* control of ma. woman and child to turn in all
the tire blo'llft'out.. And also i iDick's
larla. acrap rubber that I* not absolutely I
providing Nfl for the dlviiloa of
Like tin and rubber, the supply essential to them.
the freight charge between the
of quinine has been cut off at the "The price of $20 a ton, or I
carrier
common and the trucker. VISIT =
bulk of our supplies cam from the cent I pound that the United "The
second difficulty; it the
East Indies. States li paying for this rubber U Imitation of Items which returning -I
Thii particular bark was used far above former salvage prices trucks
are permitted to haul
by the Confederate army during and makes it well worth while, Thui Barbecue'
many of the products
w*i
I tilt war between the itatea, and from lust a financial standpoint (
consume could not, under
t report state that It proved effective for I man to take the time to present I .
Interstate Dick PTC
Commerce rulings, be Haft *
in the control of malaria, search his lands for any scrap '
hauled by truckers other than I
I I then termed "Intermittent fever.1 rubber that may be lying about. common carriers, even though Federal Highway at Ilk Street Heaaeetoa'

I Among the folks in the back The government assigned I quo- there were loads available. Why I I
'. } country the bark Is called "bitter ta
, 603,217 pound to the county, could not these reitrlctlont be''
bark" and it has been employed but the salvage committee has decided lifted for the present

I' successfully for yean in the treatment to seek 2,000,000 pounds of "'By correcting both
of "chilli and feven. the precious commodity. emeraenc11\\
The ahrub it found in abundance obstacles the ODT

along coastal streams and made more workable. i. YOU CAN BUY GOVERNMENT

I pin Florida.barrens from South Carolinato ODT APPEALContinued I BONDS AND STAMPS



By Belling your old can scrap iron, metals, tires,
I
DEMONSTRATION ( Page One) HOTEL tubes,'sacks and rajs. By so doing you are helping *

persons engaged In farming are in both and material
: your government money
exempt from this orIS...

(Continued from Page One) "However, molt of the fruit and PATRICIA I WOLFE AUTO WRECKING

dent itream of water from a 100- vegetable crops produced In thii I. Off=ram Aft Directly Wed *f SeatbMb Trading Pert'

gallon tank on a pick-up truck, section of Florida are moved by 312 S. E. 2nd Ave. P. O. Boot m.'Heaaeatead, Fla.
the pumping) power of which was truckers who are in the trucking

furnished by the truck motor. business only, and who are not MIAMI I

Member of the local auxiliary engaged la agriculture, except la

fir* department betide those aJ- the baullax of our agricultural

Toady mentioned are: J. A. Webb, products to market Overlie In
*: bay a4 river.
.
Telapbs.e .... Erta.n..ed1887SUTTON
Orlando Wollam, A. Terburg, Oria la ODT Order No. S, Subsection *
Smith, Alvin Campbell J. L. Bur. Ml.* (b), It it stated that Tw" Meek from FlukeS '

Ion, Heroin Mark, M. D. Jacob- trucks belonging to common carriers .eet JEWELRY CO.
aen, Edgar SI... George Miller, W. are exempt from this return j jMiami's ;
W. Allan, Bob Danube, U P. Kil- load provision. QmJet. oael, eaaarertablhBefhteel '
llngiworth and W. B. Oldest Jewelry Store
Milla. Practice
,
ataocayhere
It teem only fan, and absolutely :
drilli are held every Friday necessary, that in order to Rya s.:.-a&c1IIIJ..1rrDftnrara

night prevent the loa of large portionsof

\ our fruit and vegetable crops, SPECIAL RATES I m E. Fiafler Street aCaad. FtorUa

an trucks engaged In the haulingof

I rtv.tT: THE agricultural products to marketbe TO SOUTH DADERS

exempt from thii provision the
$1.25 Single


$2.00 Double For Complete Home FurnishingsSfliktGraves



URNERS FUNERAL Seer


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LADY ATTENDANT Urea", tine and karvet).

Phone 270 Homestead, Fla. Ij I II I Homestead Phone 248JPaR'e :

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