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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 14; NUMBER 34 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 2, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER ,YEAR

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SUGAR HEARING TO Locals Lose: Two BARE BEACH NEGRO Pendleton TendersResignation RESEARCH ASKED TO

At Lake Worth As PastorRev.

BE HELD TUESDAY .. GIVEN 20 YEARS IN TO LOWER CUBA'S

The Clewiston Baseball team Kent Pendleton, pastor of

SCHOOL AUDITORIUMNext again went into action at Lake PRISON FOR MURDER the Community Church here for SUGAR DEPENDENCE

Worth Sunday after several weeksof the past year, tendered his resigna-

inactivity played the East Coast -' tion to the joint meeting of the -

Tuesday morning at nine lads to a close 6-3 opener and tooka Just before the Spring term of board 'of elders, trustees and dea' The Puerto Rican Trade Council
humiliating defeat in the night- circuit court closed Wednesday cons' ,at the church Monday night
o'clock officials of the sugar division proposed this week 'a federal research -
of the Agricultural Adjustment cap by 13-1. night Judge George W. Whitehurst and announced his intention to i
Administration will be in Clewistonto Avant pitched the first game for sentenced Soloman McGowan to 20 retire to his farm at Alva. program to reduce Cuba'sdependence

conduct a hearing on proposed Clewiston and was not only effectiveon years at Raiford after a jury Mon- The resignation was regretfully upon income from sug

prices which processors must pay, the mound but accounted for day found him guilty of second accepted by the joint boards and ar.

during the coming harvest season most of the teams runs in that degree murder in the killing of was forwarded on to Rev. Alexander In the hope that, existing restrictions -

for sugar cane and also the wage game. He had a perfect game at Fred James Martin December 31 at Linn of Fort Myers, head of the on domestic sugar pro
scale which must prevail duringthe bat with three singles and a doublein Bare Beach. Both negroes were mission church board. It Is antici-
duction might be
ultimately lifted
harvest season and during the four appearances.In employed in the cane fields of the pated that 'another pastor will be ,
planting season of 1941. the second game four of Clew United States Sugar Corporation.Laura assigned here soon. Rev. Pendle- the Puerto Rican organization announced

The meeting will be held in the iston hurlers walked 18 men to Brown, who said she was ton will continue to come to Clew- it would ask the agriculture -

Clewiston High School auditoriumand virtually hand the, game to the "living with" Martin at the time, iston each Sunday during Augustto department to seek new
East Coast team.. Holstine was
officials of ,the United States testified that MeGowan was "pretty hold services as usual. sources of agricultural income for
the first victim, Forbes was next
Sugar Corporation as well as independent full" the afternoon of the killing The meeting of the joint boards -
Cuba
,Bud Vaughn was third and A. C. ,' which now shares in the
growers will likely give and that a few words passed be- was ,adjourned until the coming
Carlton was on the mound when United States market to the
testimony. tween them. McGowan left and Monday night when it will be con- sugar
the final out was made. Errors were
returned later' with a shotgun. She tinued for a discussion of church extent of about 1,900,000 tons an-
Contrary to the usual policy the
also plentiful in this second con- I
AAA has this year set up a price said it was about eight o'clock p. affairs. All members ,of the church nually.
test.This m. and that Martin was shot in and friends are urged to be pres-
"Cuba
schedule for sugar 'cane based on double loss gives Clewistona at the present time is
the market price of sugar at the the back yard.:! He was woundedin ent.
standing of one win and three permitted to market almost one-
time which is said to offer a slightly loses in the second half of play in the left side and lived until Rev. and Mrs. Pendleton have third of all consumed
sugar on
higher price than has been given the Lake-Coast {ILeague. Pahokee morning. been well liked by everyone here
heretofore. Independent during their comparatively short the United States mainland," saida
growersof will come here next Sunday fora McGowan was represented by
the lake area who have con- 'double-header. Attorney W. L. Rose of Punta residence and it is to be regrettedthat statesman of the council, "thus

tracts to sell their cane to the Gorda, who said he would file they have chosen to go else- reducing the quantity which can

United States Sugar Corporationfor Clewiston Bar To motion for a new trial.J. where to make their home. be produced by American farmersin
processing have always expressed -
B. Hathcock was acquitted Louisiana, Florida- the beet
themselves most emphatically Open August 15 Wednesday evening on a charge of Keen Is SpeakerAt I states, and 'Puerto Rico.
being well satisfied with this
as stealing three hogs belonging to Administration officials insist that
contract and ,are expected to do J. B. Hendry. Hathcock testified on Kiwanis MeetingJoel Cuba retain its large quota of
again at Tuesday's hearing.
so Peter' Chagaris stated this week the witness stand that he had 1,900,000 tons on the ground that

that all equipment should be Installed bought some pigs from H. B. John- Keen the people of that country would
new Instructor in
Clewiston Boy WinnerOf in the new home of the son of iLee county, that the, three vocational agriculture for the Clew- starve if deprived of any substantial -

Clewiston Bar in 'a few days and pigs in question had followed his iston school next term, gave a i part of the $80,000,000 buying

Summer Fellowship plans ar? now that a, formal opening sows for some time and that he talk before the Kiwanis Club at : power their sugar brings in from
of the place will be held 'about thought they were his when he the United States. Yet Cuba has
the regular Wednesday night meet-
August 15. marked them. millions of acres of undevelopedfarm
A Clewiston boy achieved national ing and outlined his plan' of work
' ,- The new concrete block buildingin The jury requested Judge White- land from which its people
;, : recognition recently when it was which the bar will be located hurst to reprimand Hathcock and for the coming year. could make a better living than
announced by the Danforth Founda- By the aid of charts and "
adjoins the present: bar on the advise him in the future to be graphsMr. they now enjoy.
tion that James 'W, Beardsley had west and offers 'much more spacious Keen demonstrated how the
sure hogs belonged to him before
'been awarded the 1940- DanforthAgricultural" quarters, latest type equipment and lie claimed them and marked them. student is carried. through a four FHA Average 800
Fellowship for two course in agricultural work
interior appointments and decorations W. LRose was attorney for the year
weeks' study In St.. Louis, and two and what he in the
which will be most attractive.Mr. may gain way
defense and F. Watt Lawler assisted Homes Daily In July
) :weeks leadership'. ; training at theAmericanYiUth ,Chagaris expects to move the State Attorney Clyde. Wilson in of general farming information and ,

., ":: l Foundation Lead- bar>, .'flxJiJtcs>frQiE{"s N'pre ent location the prosecution._ -' ,actual! experience during that time :. "
f : ?ership' TrMingCafifp at: ,Shelby, into the 'new' one, but has by' proper application. Washington, D. C., August 2- '
W. Cotton 60
Michigan. The summer fellowshipis was given daysin Each student is given
installed a new Frelderich Floating some Construction was begun under' FHA
given' jointly by the Ralston Air 'refrigerating unit for the Hendry county jail for disposing project the first year, livestock, inspection on nearly 800 new
Purina :Mills and William H. Dan- of a car on which there wasa
poultry whichever he
beer. or farming
,bottled and draft Forty- privately--financed, singlefamilyhomes
forth, founder and chairman of eight cases of beer may be stored lien. He was given credit for may be best fitted for through loca- every working day on the

the board of this national feed and in the main compartment and the three months and 20 days he has tion, and this project is' added to average during July, Federal Housing t1
been
in trial.
cereal organization.James end of the ,unit is! fitted with taps jail awaiting each year so that by the time the Administrator Stewart McDonald
W. Beardsley arrived in for draught beer. Booths will also Cotton, 'white, formerly lived at four year course is finished the announced today.

St. Louis, July 29. For four weeks be moved into the main bar from Clewiston, but is now living in student has a general all-around These figures give no indicationof

he will be a member of one of the I the present location. Hardee county. He was defendedby knowledge of farm work and the even a normal seasonal letupin

most representative groups of agri- Occupying the rear section of the Attorney I. J. Barloy of Wau- more modern methods of doing this home building, it was pointedout

cultural students in the building is the cocktail lounge withan chula. work. by the Administrator.

States. With junior students representing I entrance in the west side to This will be the first year that During the week ended July 27,

38 leading state permit access without going through Kiwanis Members the agriculture course has been' a total of 4,206 new homes ;were
he will have an opportunity'' to the bar. ,This has been fitted with taught in the Clewiston school and started under FHA inspection, not

view the "inside" of big business modernistic steel tables and chairs Attend Meet In OcalaA the Kiwanis Club has been instrumental quite equaling the double-top of
and study the relationship between in bringing this about.
upholstered in a variety of colors. more than 4,450 established in the
agriculture and industry, and learn I Tables are arranged about the room I II The club has agreed to furnish previous two weeks but large

of the opportunities now open for and the center will be necessary land for the farming or, the
I space reserved 'number of. members of the enough to be included among ,
young men with an agricultural for dancing. The only light : local Kiwanis Club attended a gardening plots. six biggest weeks of the year in J
background. The fellowship pro- to be used in this is I Mr. Keen is to work on a twelve- homes started.
room a new joint meeting of Georgia and new i:
gram is designed to give' young type neon flourescent which will Florida Kiwanians held yesterday months basis I with half his salary Mortgages selected" for appraisallast
men on the brink of graduationfrom paid by the state and half by the
be placed around the skylight 'in 'at Silver Springs near Ocala. week covering new homes to abe
college a pre-view showingof the center of the ceiling. An interesting program was arranged county school board and he has built under FHA inspection;! '

what to expect in the businessand Walls of the entire building are for the : visitors with golf- already begun contacting the boys however, reached a total of 4,753
professional world, and to aid who will be in the classes to com-
made of a new type of panelled ing; swimming in the springs and and marked the twenty-second
\. in "catching hold" immediately up- ply-wood which is very attractive. other activities during the day. plete plans for the work. successive week, with the exception

on graduation, rather'than changing ,,------ Registration was at 3:30. 'of two having holidays, in which
from one position to another the Homeworkshop Club Attractive Booklet, new home applications substantially
Dinner was at 6:30 with the
first few out of school.
years exceeded the 4,000-mark. The total
The fellowship includes a two To Hold Meeting' honored and 'featured speaker of On Sugar Industry number of 4,753 compared with
the evening being Mark Smith of
weeks' special training course in '
I 3,096 in the same week of 1939, ;,
I Thomasville, Ga., recently elected
St. Louis. Merchandising, sales,
an increase of 54 per cent.
'and manufacturing problems will be D. S. Herbertson, president of president of Kiwanis International. "Florida's Sugar Bowl" it the title "All of these homes," Mr. McDonald -

discussed. Three days are to be the Clewiston Homeworkshop Club I Several other prominent speakerswere of another attractive booklet issued declared, "are small, soundly -

spent on the internationally known announces a meeting of the club also heard. this week by the Florida Depart- constructed, efficient dwelling

Purina Experimental Farm where in his workshop next Monday eve- Most of the Clewiston delegation ment of Agriculture. units that are being purchased in

" hundreds of head of livestock and ning at eightf o'clock. returned home last night. Thos'eattending Consisting of 56 pages, the new some cases for less than a dollar .
-' thousands of chickens, turkeys, and were J. E. Beardsley, A.
ofFlorida's from ,
All members are requested to be booklet tells the complete story a day. Furthermore reports
ducks are continually on experiment.The W. Lawrence, A. O Ward, G. H. It the '
present to receive affiliate certificates sugar industry. con- our local offices throughout I
last two weeks will be spentat Brown and Ed Markette.
tains full illustrationsof indicate that the
from the National Homework- many page country expan-
the American Youth Foundation There were about five hundredin United States Sugar is J
shop Guild. the huge sion in building activity' on a -
Leadership Training Camp on Lake attendance at the meeting. Corporation's fields and mill at healthy, broad basis with striking .
Regular club
meetings of the are
Michigan. ,iLeadership courses for Clewiston. A of the in '
held for business the first Monday description gains being reported every sec- t
personality development and en- night in each month' but almost Ortona Lock To Be methods of growing the cane, its tion." ,
largement of abilities will be taughtby the pri:1::1
harvest, pressing and finally These reports indicate that
night of members
nationally known educators, every groups actual sugar production, is all vately-financed residential construction ,
meet in their workshops for actual Closed For RepairsU. "
ministers, and professional men and! .
covered in the booklet. this year will attain a 12- .
," women. A well-planned recreational work. There are fifteen members. The two color is an 'attractive j J! year peak, he added. Applications :,

. program will be coupled with CLEWISTON PLAYER JOINS S. Engineer officials announcedthis combination, of a green half-tone i I for mortgage insurance, which have -
study at this camp where hundredsof week that de-watering of the of a portion of a Florida sugarcane proved an accurate yardstick for ,
young men meet annually for a WEST PALM: BEACH TEAM Ortona Locks would begin on field, with the title of the booklet construction to come along in "
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fortnight of training and fellowship. August 12, a week from next Mon- appearing at the top in brilliant future weeks, have been runnning +
James is typical of the Charles (Rabbit) Roberts, who
men
young day for painting of metal parts orange lettering. The job was consistently more than a thousanda
chosen for this honor. He was tried out last spring with the Fort ,below the waterline and regular turned out by the Orange Press of week ahead of last year. There
selected from the entire junior agrI- Lauderdale team of the East Coast be secur- in the !!
routine maintenance work. There Winter Park. Copies may has been no declining trend
cultural class of the University of league as an outfielder but failed are no emergency repairs to be ed upon request from the Depart- past few weeks in this volume; of ';
Florida this past spring because of to land 'a regular berth on a team, Tallahassee.
made. ment of Agriculture, applications and it is anticipatednow
his was summoned tb West Palm Beach
outstanding
record in his
continue
will
that building
Crews will be kept at work
, studies, wide participation In : Tuesday to play with that team twenty-four hours each day and PARKINSON RE-ELECTED TO at a rapid pace for the rest of

'tt': campus activities' religious) interest, probably for the remainder of these seven days a week in order that MOORK HAVEN COMMISSIONC. : I the Summer having foregone the ,
(i;" >" and all-around son.
." development.At usual let-down.,
1( ,' the work may be competed as seasonal )
college, James has been active Rabbit is considered one of the quickly as possible. Traffic throughthe V. Parkinson, who operates I

In Ag Club, Alpha Zeta, Civic Music best outfielders In the lake sec- CrossStateVaterwar will be stores In Clewiston and in Moore WPA SOCIAL WORKER IIERE ON: ,f.

'- r- Association, College Christian Youth tion and his many friends here be- cut off not to exceed fifteen days Haven and who makes his home in FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS ....

c Conference. lieve thai he will make good with and every effort will be made to the latter place, was re-elected to

the team he has joined. shorten this time as much. as pos- the Moore Haven city commissionin A WPA social worker will be at
':"::, The survey of the Miami Canal sible. an election Monday for the City Hall at 11:00 a. m. on the
by a crew of U. S. Engineers will Live Oak, Fla.-Suwannee county Navigation through the waterway fourth consecutive term. The vote first and third Tuesdays of each

be completed ,this week and the Negro farmers are raising a larger should plan future waterway needs was 115 to 84 for his opponent month.

same crew will begin Monday on a than usual crop of turkeys for the with the thought in mind that Chas. W. Ryan. Anyone wishing to discuss their

survey of the Hillsborough Canal. Fall market' according to N. H. traffic will be held up for these Mr. Parkinson is now serving in WPA case may contact her at this

Van Cothern is In charge Bennett, negro farm agent. last two:: weeks of August. the capacity of city, manager. tm. '



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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY ROGER SHAW

Tongue for Old I

Fundamental Strategy of War .

I' // you've ever tried to order dish
: a of ham and eggs ir a foreign
R E Undergoes Major Alterations; country you will understand the problem facing American immigrants.
fi In New York the foreign-born population is estimated at 2,500,000. The

Presidential Race Warms New York 'Board of Education, through its adult classes for the for.
Washington, D. C.I Up eign-born, has done wonders in acquainting these people with the new

UNREST FACES WINDSOR language. Strangely enough the tendency is to 'learn the current- "wise-
WASHINGTON.-Whether he realizes I (EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are expressed In these columns, they cracks" first. These pictures show adult classes in progress.Hyman .
it or not, the duke of Windsor are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.)
is going to have a tougher time on I _______ Released by Western Newspaper Union.
his hands as governor of the Ba-
hamas than merely sitting round the f --r
roulette tables of Nassau or enter- I i N''RWAY'
taining ritzy tourists from the r .:r: r: rb '
U. S. A.
Ur IL Jff1 l t f O I M4. '23 MINI,
The duke was appointed to the Ba- flMM t1MtMll

hamas partly to give him something 1f }-
w' to do someplace '>
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near the native land

;, of his wife, but also / ,,
to keep him as 'far Oetw'"/ Y1 a ,.
\ away as possible
from his pro-German
friends in Englandand
his Nazi pals in CaNRD/AN 7 1 ZMNf. ro fr
SUGPLY LWS / N4f. Lr g ,
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Germany-who were M r U r v
reputed to entertain G N Epstein, an immigrant
ideas about restor- .Vn. n 7M from Poland, strikes y

Lia... ; ing him to the throne / a pensive pose as he ponders '
fRif.! fEA 1 /
of the
England. over idiosyncrasies of ,
Wallydisaster. However, when the %% / / / 1 M4 MINf to wwnwr the new language.The teacher M ": p .
ex-king gets to the Azure islands
is
s giving personal atten
,
just off the coast of Florida he will / / ? Lion to Hyman. "" Nmdd '
find a major social problem await-
ing him. For the Bahamas are not
self-supporting; even with their rich

tourist trade they are an economic ,
IOWMf -
liability. The United Kingdom gives SiIPPLfffFROM rNE u pt ...n-..w.ymw" ai rfKr 1
them all sorts of concessions to keep 4M, I : N

the populace contented. anacK +' ,
r 4
rerraJ ti N
NawNraeases
Among other things, the British f" .
government pays a high preference t t

on Bahaman sugar to sweeten th* ...L.J.. ""WI/. ,
English cup of tea. It pays through
the nose in comparison with the
t= R N. Co I-
much cheaper Cuban sugar. And i\ aTTatKON
should Germany conquer the United OLVMOV7fI a a

Kingdom and cast off the Bahamas, This map graphically shows the many points of attack on the British
those islands would face economic Isles open to Hitler's air raiders.
I You may not be able to teach an
The Bahaman' population is 90 per GERMAN WAR: to break the British blockade and old dog new tricks, but these future' N

cent black, and already the sour eco- feed the starving French, Dutch, Americans demonstrate that it's nev "

nomic situation abroad and its reflexin StrategyIt and Belgians, with American food- er too old to learn a new language: -' : i ': '
Nassau have caused rioting. The is about time that we exam- stuffs (of which we would have a
The gentleman with the book i is 75. .'t ,'
Negroes are a prolific people, increasing ined the fundamental strategy of the :surplus). This would make the iso-
the economic strain with German war, at this point. For lationists take an interventionist po
every increase in the population.One the whole situation has changed, in sition. Meanwhile, the interventionists ;gpi1
solution might be birth con- England, in Germany, and in the would cry "hands off" the Brit-
trol, and the Bahamas would offeran United States. ish' blockade, and would want the
interesting laboratory for this ex The German aim was a simpleone. continent to stew in its own juice,' T 1 L$4'
periment. A similar experiment has It was to attack England by which would turn them into isola- 4J4
been discussed in the heavily over- land, sea, and air, without wasting'much tionists. This, then, was the key-
populated island of Puerto Rico, but time or effort in other theatersof note to the European war situa-
there the Negroes are Catholic while war; which were trifling anyway. tion as a whole. Meanwhile, Hitlerliberate'd
in the Bahamas they are Protestant.At Italy was expected to take Malta, the, Belgian war prisonersand
any rate, the duke of Windsoris and Spain was expected to-enter the sent them home, having long'since p
likely to have his hands full. war and take Gibraltar, with the done the same by 'the Nor-
'* possibility that Japan might take wegian and Dutch soldiercaptives.The F 'n. ;P
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LEWIS FOR FDR Hongkong, but all these were side issues French were expected to be ,, : ;
Even though John L. Lewis has as compared with the basic bat- next on the parole list. Not so, the
three times declared that if the tle of Britain. Here the preliminary i "tough-and-ready" Poles, of 'whom
President ran for a third term he German air bombardment proved there were more than a million iij

would be "ignominiously defeated," highly effective, and English .Ports German, military hands.
behind the scenes the "fix is in" fora mouth and Welsh Cardiff were be- CAMPAIGN: Y/
reconciliation between them. In- lieved already to be gutted. ,Ed-
. UpWarmingThe Asa't4 + :w :..al: < Upper left: Mrs. Jeanne Leyman, of
,. timates have been working on both ward VIII, duke of Windsor, was 'f
for several weeks-ever since the called a fifth columnist by some 1940 presidential campaign % ' La Belle, France, does not find Englisheasy

G. O. P. platform opened the way I Englishmen, and hailed as the next race was busy up-warming. It was, /, ;,a. to learn, but stays right with it. Circle "-
for a face-saver for Lewis. monarch by others. in fact, getting warmer and warmer. 4' : Mrs. Octerina Dilando is eager to

.' When he threw his brickbats at. Churchill Plan The third term attempt, by Mr. r Z r a k'vyrt' learn English, but having no one to care
the President before theT'platform Roosevelt brought forth many dire ,x st.5"g/L for her daughter, Angelina, Mrs. Dilando
committee in Philadelphia, Lewis The English war plan was this: predictions from newspaper editorial R .. y '.? '% / brings her along. Lower left: Smiling with
expected in return that the Repub- to hold out, like a besieged fortress, I writers. One excellent quip went ?x kY V s + satisfaction, Mrs. Lena Ginsberg is shownat
licans would avoid advocating If[ possible for two or three months. the rounds. A lady said to a gent: the blackboard,,after she has been sin.
amendment of the national labor Then late fall would put an end to
relations "But a third term's unprecedented .
.5
thereon.
;- read the lessons
-; act in their labor plank. Un- German operations against the island !" To which'the gent replied, "So ..;.. .. sled out to

:.. der Alf Landon's urging the plank fortress. At this point, the was General Washington's first ..... -'>; .
;, as originally drafted said nothing English would swing into offensive term." '

'- about revision. action in the following way: by an Some thoughtful students of politi-
But big industrial contributors demanded intensified sea blockade that would cal science believed that the third
no pussyfooting on the is- bring famine to the entire continentof term phenomenon was a pale Amer- ,
I sue. In the end Landon was over- Europe. There have been crop ican reflection of totalitarian dicta-

. ruled and the plank as adopted declared shortages, and failures, on the continent torships abroad ., just as our
. for amendment of the law. ; and another war-winter might Civil war of 1861 was a pale reflec-
: I bring untold horrors to the Dutch, tion of "civil 1848" in Europe Hen-

: KING.MAKERS : Belgians, French, Norse, Danes, etc. ry Wallace was put up as Demo-
;- Two unknown newcomers stagedthe -and even to the Germans. This cratic vice president in order to
quiet behind-the-scenes drive was exactly what Winston Churchill match the Republican McNary, for
which put over Henry Wallace. was counting on. both were agricultural experts of
: One was "Farmer" Eugene Ca- There was one hitch in this plan. the very first water. The choice of
big What food there was on the conti- Wallace. brought out that this New
:: sey, Maryland dairyman; the
;.' other was bespectacled Dr. Luther nent, would go (1) to the German Dealer was an ex-Republican, and
; Haar, business manager of the Phil- army, (2) to the German home Mr. Roosevelt had passed over a
'" adelphia Record' and manager of folks, and (3) to the Dutch, Bel- number of regulation machine Dem-

k':.' Sen. Joe Guffey's recent successful gians, French, etc., etc. Thereby, ocrats.
L primary campaign. the British would make the Dutch Wallace, Ickes, Stimson, Knox,
and French suffer for Hitler's Hopkins Miss Perkins of them
l-, While other vice presidential wrong- : none 0 w
: hope- doings. But this was only the be- had had a Democratic background.But .
fuls had elaborate headquarters and ginning of the repercussions. It was then, of course, the ex-Demo- Standing at the salute, an adult class of the foreign-born performs

l L'} electioneering and Haar avoided paraphernalia these Casey expected that this plan-the"Churchill crat Willkie had.only been a Repub- the ritual of pledging allegiance to the flag.
and trappings plan," they called it-would have lican for but two scant years. Hoo-
brought
to bear
I, it would count pressure at the right where the following astounding effect in ver, too, was a former Democrat,
" moment. the United States it would the while it
turn
Each worked different spheres.Haar : was expected that Al Smith
isolationists interventionists would continue to take
exerted his persuasive tal- a walk. It
and the interventionists into isola- looked the old
as though party di-
ents
leaders
on key and labor chiefs,
with whom tionists. The reason for this was as visions were breaking down all
_ he is intimate. Not
were the personal revealed follows: the humane isolationistscould along the line, and the terms New L ry
telegramsto not stand the continental star- Deal and Old Guard were increas-
Roosevelt
from C. I. O.'s Phil
:: Murray, Tom Kennedy and John vation, and would want to intervene ingly taking the place of the Re-

'.. Owen, which helped clinch the decision publican and Democratic tags. The A
on Wallace. loss of Jim Farley, the political genius !'

Casey did his stuff among the inner NAMES who managed the party ma-
circle and farm leaders. The chinery for Roosevelt, was a heavy
' pincers drive worked and the nod in the news blow to many of the Democrats.

went to Wallace.He More of It
got the news at breakfast ear- New York city's Mayor LaGuardia While a good Democratswere
ly Thursday morning. strongly advocated universal mili- many
Grinning boy- ,i
muttering about the III term
ishly he remarked service. :
to friends tary
who Wallace, and Farley, Willkie stressedhis Red Cloud, chief of the San ;
came to congratulate him: "I found President Manuel Quezon of the !
I didn't have a soft shirt this morn- Philippines told American high-com- own humble origin, and inferred Bias Indians, original inhabitants {} bbb
ing I had missioner artfully that Roosevelt's path had America, studying with ter: a,
so to wear this stiff Francis Sayre (Woodrow been lot softer. of w4, ;
a Willkie said
one. And the only cuff links I had Wilson's son-in-law) : "We must do thermore that he fur- the new crop of Americans at aNew s ?:
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were these the President gave' me. our own thinking and learn lessons sacrifice, but that he was really making wantedto no York evening class. Red S
I didn't realize it at the time, but i' from contemporary history or run-which was certainly obviousto Cloud reports nightly to learn
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Scripture texts ae Union to grant equal suffrage. .. to, man .'' ,.. I :' >* .s .',. <'I\-A#'<'
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3. What day of the month, is,'the, : -3. Next to the last.
penultimate day? 4.. The Latin "quod vide," meaning -'"

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1: Matthew 5. What are the four living, 'anthropoid .-' ,.and.gorillas.,___-..,..._" i.:.
the Lord knoweth (man-likeapes?' / ",6.; ,Flyweight (112 pounds, ,) it
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for ourselves, :fancy out-of-date1" 'buffet '
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to make a life. DOOR CARVING T think she"'deserves and 'can1' afford" ,

about what AND HANDLES something" new*.' Gram decide'd to d'
OO WERE REMOVED
do. a. 111 o get 'rId 6f 'tHe buffet, then 'Marty "
two ways-the SCREW HOLES' said that she'wanted it! This sketch''"

way. We FILLED WITH! 1 shows' you one of the things 'she

e',,;''", ','',,,'\' Tr on the true PUTTYPLAINKNOBS' 'AND i and: Bill did'witH 'it.. Watch next
:: '' Jr There is no .ABASE OF.I l'X4" '
('. week for what'became'of'themir-_' "
: ;., founda- CHEST LUMBER PAINTED"BLUE ADDED ror:and legs; '," ", "' .. -* >.. :'.

.: and it is ,TO MATCH, NOTE: That is'white rick-rack.
Summertime is picnic tune, and der. Make sausage into flat CURTAINS: that.trims'the' blue.chambray cur..,

you pack up your troubles as you In a buttered baking dish 1)). UL "' O, 'AND'CHAIft tains and slip-cover. The chairis
unpack picnic kit. Perhapsone layer of macaroni, then a ,
your all concerned SLIPCOVER? the one,made over from an fold
reason why a picnic is such a sausage cakes, and ''another of speech, so rocker describedrin new,J3ook _.
popular outdoor sport is because its macaroni. Pour the tomato ,.
graphically ex 5. To get your copy send,order to::,,
preparations are,so easy on the ladyof over the macaroni and ., Here .
the house. sandwiches, stuffed buttered crumbs. Bake in walking in the 'YOU have heard''' .qt i''a good 'J''
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tomatoes (or, just small'whole toma- erate oven (350 degrees) for by a river, the in these, articles about MRS.'RUTH. .: 'WYETH SPEARS'" '11
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toes) with hard cooked eggs and a 45 minutes. floor; and then Grandmother, who is j just'"Gram"to Drawer 101' "'i'" ti

' steaming cup of tea, are a traditional Ginger Creams. I of walking in her family. Also about her Bedford, Hills New York
picnic lunch-and that's favorite Bill and his Enclose"i0 cents'lor BOOK 5: "';''t'I'
an easy (Makes 3 dozen 1-inch present the' grandson, up- '

meal if there ever was one! % cup shortening the idea and-coming bride, Marty the. Name: :':....!._..;,;.:.....,:.:.:'.:.,:..:.',..:::...' =

No dishes to wash afterward 2 tablespoons sugar ways in which same for' whom'- Gram made,the d.ess ..".. ;, :
and eliminate all 2 flour stunning in Sewing Book: i : "t., Tm't.; : :)'
paper cups plates cups rag rug
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such labor. Carry the tea in a ther- % teaspoon soda (vv. 1,4, 6). 3. Then ,there !is-Bill's; kid sister,) ,', ',' 'I.t.1ft.

mos bottle, if you like, or brew it % teaspoon salt his way of, life Betsy, who streamlined the old Bess' Silk' '' StocUihgsIn ,h
"fisherman style" over an open fire. 1 teaspoon ginger blessed or iron bed illustrated Book 3. You' Queen :

One, hot dish is important at a 1 cup dark molasses to think that all know "Mom; t o.Sh) has be-. '

picnic; it might be stew, or chow- 1 egg (separated) just drift into come almost famous 'because of the:. third,year' ,ofthe\reign: ; of).
der, baked beans, 1 cup boiling water: still have hope her. curtains and slip-covers and Queen Elizabeth her silk ''woman,

or a macaroni /r Cream shortening and Their choice, "The Rug That ,Grew :Up With the Mistress Montaguejpresented! this
dish-but do have .;y. gether. Sift flour, soda, choose, has put Family." And there is "Dad" redoubtable daughter of Henry VIIIa

something hot! ginger, and blend with the or the other. who is handy .with,,hammer" ,, saw.: pair of blaCK sillc'knit,stockingsx!
There are picnic ----.; mixture, using a pastry is a vital and and screw driver.. 'for a'New'Y gr'sigifft,+relates Robert '

hints and '1\\ or a fork. Add molasses Union.'i us do it, care- ''Well, recently. the family have Cortes Holliday in, ."Unmention
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menus that you'll yolk, and beat well. Then I the counsel or "ganged-up", on Gram, about, her. ables: From Fig Leaves to Scan-
,, like in my, cookbook (( ing water, gradually, and soon re- ties. These articles pleased her,so
- "Easy. Enstertaining" Fold in the stiffly beaten egg in the way well 'that she sent',',for'-::Mistress''

; there's_ a menu for a Spread batter in greased he is aware Wise and Otherwise,' Montague and asked her if' she
beach party, a hiking trip and a pan (about 11 by 16 so at home, 'could'' help ''her"'to any morei !

steak fry, too-with, all, the recipes bake'in 'a moderately hot them and Mistress Montague answered;'
' you'll need for this simple form of degrees) for approximately THERE isn't much danger.of 'saying':' "I made theniTv ry'car'e-

entertaining. utes. Cool, and frost with Way (w. 2-4). a boardinghouseunless 'fully ':of' purpose only 'for'Vouir' ,, f!
'. Raisin Drop Cookies. you extra for it. '
icing or confectioners' sugar permit the law pay majesty; and seeing these \please'
, ;,:.:," ':., V\ cup butter Cut in squares. detail of Thirty is, just a",nice age, for ,a 1 'you so'well' 'will get'more:" -.""* *.
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Vz cup granulated sugar Crazy Cake. every will never woman. Especially sl /s forty.:. ", "Dor". 's'aid the queen, "ior! indeed '

t. 2 eggs 1 cup sugar in go After 50 a man is just as_old !II like silk stockings so well,'

1% cups cake flour 1 egg that to every- as he tries to' ,make, .out.. that' he that henceforth'; ,I will''wear no. ;"
2 teaspoons baking powder % cup cocoa pros- doesn't feel. 'more cloth stockings' ? ....,
Vz teaspoon salt % cup lard mean to, A bridegroom is a, bachelor -
or recognition'
.' 1 teaspoon cinnamon Vz teaspoon salt who ..exchanges'good' quarters',: '
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,': 1 tablespoon milk % teaspoon soda A man.never, kisses .a girl'by !
<-,, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 MOR LINE
; teaspoon vanilla
calls surprise,,although, .lie may'think, .. ,
. '/" ;:M : Cream butter and add sugar grad- 1% cups flour (sifted) pros- he does. '' WORLD'S LARGE T-T-SELlER.at .. /

::.:. ually. Add eggs, well beaten, and Vz cup boiling water an empty show, The 'only suit that nobody 'it,'ants
' mix thoroughly. Mix and Place all some lives 5
sift dry of the is a laivsuit. And yet nobody .wants '
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ingredients and add alternately with bowl in the order given. ,, have been to lose it. True: Dignify? I',

the milk and vanilla, beginningwith, stir until boiling in the sight Many married man speakshis True dignity is never gained'by fa"

,_ the flour mixture. Add raisins. Drop water is added. will has been wife's mind when he'talks.' place, and never'lost when honorsare ? 5_
from a teaspoon on a greased bak- Then beat 3 min- !' withdrawn.Massinger. ':' ;

ing sheet and place a raisin on the utes, using a rotary the Way (vv. 5,
top of each one. Bake in a moderateoven beater, or 2 comes to an''
(375 degrees) for 12 to 15 min- minutes if, an unto men once. this FR/EEiJJ"84E' t '
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. '. utes. electric mixer is the judgment"

. ., ', v Deviled Eggs. used. Place in -the judgment, :For over 70 years grateful people all over,the, ,South have trusted'
,.:.:.i.: 4 eggs, hard cooked greased 8-inch square pan your life,? Wint rsmith's Tonic for the relief 'of Malaria: To convince' '
1-::::; '; Vt teaspoon salt 35 to 40 minutes in : r i '
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Dash pepper hot oven (325 degrees). Judge. All Just mail the top from one large,carton (or'the tops from,two

.. 1%tablespoon butter, melted Broiled Baked Bean boastful talk, 'small cartons) to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,"Inc,.Louisville, tfy., '
teaspoon vinegar Bread, sliced before men, r
, 1 teaspoon prepared mustardCut Baked beans the wicked man _

the hard- Cheese sliced or cut in It is ,a'

':".: cooked eggs in Bacon slices, cut in scene, but 'man
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\''.:" ; Remove yolks, bread is toasted on one side to God in ',faith '
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find that there'
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slice of bacon. Place under between them. ,-
1ii '-. ; whites with this and broil until bacon is
f.! / ( 24 26).
mixture. vv. ,
brown and cheese is melted.Let
m2 r if} One-Dish Meal for a Picnic. 'Better Baking' Solve are the build- ..r'ACYCfEOFHUNlAN\ !

..'".,'.,."'.:, 1 pound country style sausage Baking Problems. them so was BErTERFENT : .1.1I
foundation. No'
2 medium size onions (sliced) True it is we all have
1 can lima beans a man may ,
problems. 'Yet, if solved /I ,
- 1 No. 2 can tomatoes we save time because fallen learning of this -" \ T .. ,. '
",. 1 teaspoon chili powder don't have to be made God's Word he ideas :
' '- to suffer the DVERTISING gives'you'new' ,
Shape into flat
sausage cakes. and and we save money too- ,
fry with the onions until the sau- family simply won't eat rand also makes them available _' )

sage is well done. Drain off all but chewy pastry, heavy, soggy (vv. 24, 26). '

% cup of the fat, add remaining life is really '. .'.' -" to you at 'economical l cost.,,As these, ,', .' -
etc.In "
,ingredients, and simmer for 30 min- fact, it is to avoid : the sands of I

, utes.Baked baking failures as these ( personal de > -1, '.'new ideas become more accepted, "
l\Iacaroni-Creole Style. more) that I have of God's ; : i
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Serves for disaster. : : prices go
( 4) cookbook, "Better Baking. ,. ,. .

2%tablespoons package macaroni butter ries Baking"of baking brings hints to you, as a glorious that if thought a, man \,. ,,I.;.. more" .persons .enjoy new !ideas, ''It .': ,', i

2 tablespoons onion (minced) compilation of many of my and build on .:./ \ -': )<'Jis": 'a".cycle 'of human betterment,'and;' j
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', green pepper (chopped) vorite baking destroy his '
recipes
,: '.. ,,1 No. 2 can tomatoes unusual good-to-eat ones as ;, \.., I 2' it" starts with the :printed .words : :, :

1 1 tablespoon teaspoon salt granulated' sugar chocolate ed nut spice fudge cake cake, gumdrop, quick 25,comes.''27). The It ,'- ',,::."" :'of:'a\. ewspap'er, advertisement... ." :'

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water. Bi}frwn onion slightly in the please address, "Better stand. But to ,"'. . ',
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CLEWISTOX
PAGE FOUR .J' FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1940


The Clewiston News ing. I donft: know how long this chase, the gopher came to a large, sponsibility and join with her on I concrete evidence of her good faith,
beloved Japanese couple bad lived cavernous gopher'' hole situated in
a: basis of full equality in workingout establishes the fact that she has
there but I do know that their a quicksand type of soil. The gopher
a plan for the solution of the ambitions
I territorial and
Published every Frlday In Clewiato:: .. home was a haven for many a dashed in to this retreat and rushed no paves
Flertdti aT the CLEWISTON NEWS weary traveler In thoso days. They on down into Its lower recesses. problem, the United States gives I I Continued On Page 7

lac. stuck with Clewiston in its early Jerden was so eager and determinedto t

development operating the Watanabe pounce upon his prey that he

KBATHLEY BOWDE1T, Editor Hotel for several years and are threw himself on his hands and NO'I'ICE

now, I understand, back in Japan. knees and charged on into the hole. '
., Notice is hereby given that the following: described lands, or so much
Entered as second claaa mail matter After a swim, a rest and a bit When he had crawled a short way thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
February 1, 127. at the Pot Offlc in in it the hole caved in and buried opposite to the same, together with the costs ot such sale and advertising,
CIc\riston, Florida, ,under the Act of of exploring' we, made our way will be sold at public auction on the fifth day of August 1940, beginning
March S, 1i7.5abaer1Dtton. homeward and I was not in Clew- him alive. His sorrowing friends .tt twelve o'clock noon at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida.R. .
huiridly gathered at his ghastly Y. PATTERSON,
iston again until that eventful day, Tax Collector, City of Clewiston.
Labor Day of 1922 I think, whenwe grave and, with spades and shovels
3.00 Per Tea
Rate
played hooky from school to dug him out by the light of a Description Amount of

rcrtitec Rates On Application. ride In a boxcar to the terminusof lantern." of Land'Owner Taxes Costs and

the new Moore Haven-Clewiston When I reached this point in my

pareted to the advancement and -welfare railroad for the formal celebration recital the fellows broke out In Lot 6, Block 139-Alice G. Rothrock ....-.....-...-..-.._._.________ $I 6.00
Clewlstcn and Hendry County. Lot 11, Block 201-Alice G. Rothrock ..-.....-__.____.._,__._____ 5.05
ef .. attending the opening of the road. derisive laughter and were in the Lot 34, Block 208-Carl O. Hare '____..._.___..-_. ._. .- ___ 4.10
That I think was the beginning of act of branding this actual occurr- Lot 29, Block 354-Alice G. Rothrock .._.___ 5.05
Clewiston the death of Sand I Lot 5, Block 358-David R. Larsen ......___-..,_-_ 4.10
and ence as the falsest kind of fabrication -.
England has won her greatest Lot 34, Block 358-T. E. Markutte __" 505
Point. when up spoke P. Guy: Crews, Lot 16, Block 360-H. E. Walker __._____._._-'_____.__ 2.20
victory of the war. She now has who Lot 17, Block 360-H. E. Walker ___....-..:..__.__.._____---=__ 220 ).
Since that time the growth of was born in Westville and Lqt 4, Block 361-Clewlston :Motor Co.. __.__.______.____ 4.10
Nazis doing the pamphlet dropping. Clewiston has been rapid yet steady spent his boyhood near Warsaw, Lots 13, 14, Block 377-R. C. Nowling __________ 38.30
about Lot 17, Block 377-R. C. Nowling -......._____.. __ 2.20
and some of these days I'll be able as follows: "Boy's don't be Lot 14, Block 409-Gene Bailey ___.__________.-___. 6.00
Fifteen British planes were destroyed to tell this story and really rate in too big a hurry to give him Lot 8, Block 495-J. W. Daughtry __.__.____-.----_..____. 9.80
In an attack by Italians at not effec- the horse laugh. He has told Lot 22, Block 383-D. R. :McEachron _....______._________........ 4.89:!
old-timer. It's
as an so you Lot 23, Block 383-D. R. :McEachron ..............___...___.____._...._....___.__.__.._. 483:! r
the
Tangiers. They caught cm on tive now when there are some the truth. I know, for I was there 5t. July 5-12-19-26, Aug. 2, 1940.

ground. about who can make my experi- with a shovel and helped to dig

We're failed to, hear any great ence sound like-a recent occurence. Jerden out." ...NNNN.. .. .. ..NNM. .NNNNM. .N.N.NN. .M.NNNN.. .. .. ..........NN. .NN. .N M.N...1N,. ......NNNMN. .N.NNNM. .M.ft

complaint from the older males Looks like I'm bound and determined : .

that the age limit for conscriptionhas to get myself in Dutch. .:NN NN N:N N:M:N:N:M:N N N:N NN:N N..:N:N N NN:. X.
been put at a 31-year maxi First I rave on about the pretty : ..' .

mum. brick-red roof on the" new office X .?.

building and the next, time I see Too Late To Classify Xjj i. v

The sugar hearing will be held it they're: painting it another color; ,,

Tuesday at which time sugar pro- then my attention is called to the By RUSSELL KAY jj I I
ducers will be told what the government fact that the post-office wasn't : CLEWISTON 60LF

has decided they can labor.get moved a year "ago but only a comparatively ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.. I ::: .
for cane and must pay their few months ago and I 'i.f

last, but by no means least I hear Xi
Senator Beacham of Palm Beachis that the Garden Club is going to As brilliant as the glistening sun :i: "" COURSE .. <' :is :

advocating a U. S. Navy sea- call me before them and give mea on the turquoise waters of the ;i; ". -/'. 3:

plane base on Lake Okeechobee.Such ..I lecture on how to distinguish between Caribbean Secretary was Cordell the masterful Hull in ,bring workof :;'..,'{< '., : :;:
a project would be entirely Calla lillies and Canna lillies. ,
ing together the 21 Latin- .
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practical and a great forward step What a whale of a difference justa American '.''. '.:'
countries and
in the national defense program. couple of letters make. Woe is gaining : ?.
their united approval of the plan 1 X
me! I
Florida may be lax in ordinarylaw ,- for protection of the western hemi- :

enforcement but manages to sphere. 1 I

take care of the worst criminals. (t-w:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Orphans of the storm, the posses 1
There was little sympathy wastedon sions of European powers in the

McCall or Goddard or the killer western world lay as firebrands

of Anton Cermak. FULLER'S this which hemisphere at any moment into the might maelstromof plunge s: .. Open to the Public !_;


FULMINATIONSBy war.

ee-.Xw) Powerful and dominant, ''Justifiedby 'st'si
FULLEN WARREN the Monroe Doctrine, the United

IN LIEU OF -,,.,-,,-,,-,,.,,-,,-,,- States might well have ignored her hh
..:eweto.x..:..:+:"x": ; ; : : : : : sister nations and, acting alone, h
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stepped in to established a pro- ." : : .f' .:.
RAMBLINGS THE INCREDIBLE TRUTH 1: ,;
tectorate. There were some who .:' .:.
CARR 'SETTLE advocated such action. '' r.It1 .
By
When you are telling the truth Such a move would have been In Iss1 j1t'

that has all the earmarks of false with
keeping the long established 't'
-2+C + ). ) hood it is mighty comforting' to policies of those nations that to I Moderate Green Fees .::.:
:
have someone come forth and corroborate day find themselves In a death
I'm In rather reminiscent mood :; Exceptional Fairways *
a your comments. This struggle, and only would have :: .
this, week. happened to me recently. served 'to generate distrust, jealousyand
Several times during my active Several of us lawyers and a few misunderstanding between this .:?i: Interesting Greens :=i=
affiliation with the News I've ..
other loafers were loitering In the country and Latin America.By .'
pounded out pieces of, copy which "conspiracy room" of the Duval inviting her sister republicsto ..

gave someone's account of how County Criminal Court while awaiting assume their share of the re- .....................................................-...........................................................................................................................II'
much Clewiston,, had changed since
for a jury to bring in its

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$7"Y
i how much It's changed since I first
of the boys said ,he was returning ?:s: 'i'e
saw it. Of course there are a few .
on a Sunday afternoon from a week- t s ,1 1
old-timers about who might beat my s ff
:, end of "fishing" down in Marion .'. .....
story but not many. ..
Twenty years isn't long, historically county. He said he was driving :!:::;: ::::
his car down a county road througha ENJOY AN
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but it make
speaking, can a Y .....
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wooded section of that county
whale of a difference in some things, : 1
some places and all So I when he saw a large gopher about V ::::
ages. ,;
In that of life 100 yards ahead of him moving ** .) .. : .ii"i
was grand
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slowly toward the road. '
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known as the adolescent age when ....
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first I visited Clewiston (pardon He kept driving and when he ;" ,,;>, ',:i' :::;:
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met Sand Point). covered this distance the gopherwas :: ; .
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i I had lived then about a yearn almost exactly in the middleof .!:.'. ,I HOME '> -; :

: Moore Haven, according to the the road, crossing to the other : n

: map on the shores of Lake Okee side. He started to drive his car I .' '. .cj;; !
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. chobee, and had never seen the over the gopher. It stopped rather !.,:. ,, AI'I{ ,; ," "',' .;":4vh

Lake. Brave pioneers who had suddenly. Then the front part of ....:.
endured the rigors of a trip south- the car began to move to the side .. I"i
!i ward came back with stories of a of the road and shortly the car :::* Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that f **

: pretty sand beach, a high ridge was being dragged through the :i::;: takes. care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::i:::;::
; and a good view of the Lake from woods, the engine having stalled. .:..:.

! Sand Point. So one Saturday a few He jumped out of the car and ;;..:;. home and one that ''will do everything quickly, efficient., :::;:

members of the "gang" hitched up looking underneath, saw that the .::::
I the team of mules, packed a lunch, front axle of the car had become :+::!: ly and economically. ::0 ffJ. ::;:

climbed In the wagon and startedout. lodged on the back of the large x .

Naturally we started early gopher, and was being borne rapidly ii... One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices 0 f.:::::;:
::::
for we wanted to take a swim and to the gopher's hole, presumably.
still get back the same day. He said he grabbed his gun, shot *= give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or, operate s::s:

I The road at that time followed the: gopher, hired a truck to haul is "::::
radio for most of day-and-ELECTRICITY
, the same course as the Liberty him to Jacksonville, and here :;::;: your a

:, Point road now follows except that butchered him and had gopher stew :t: one thing that gets cheaper the. more of it that you use. :!=::

, it turned off a short distance north for weeks afterward. .
- ss

! of the Nine-Mile west end Canal of the and ridge.came Just into occurrence This reminded that took me place of an over actual, 'in :*::*: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :.;:.:.:

:, a dim muck road went on across the lower end of Washington coun +....;. that is all electric and mo d ern. :_::.:;

_t f to where the right-of-way had ty about thirty years ago, so I up xx ; xftY

'l Just been cleared for State Road and spoke about as follows: "That

,o., 25. The mules, the wagon and reminds me of the tragic end of t h y Yh
; most of the crowd kept to the my friend Dutchie Ben Jerden's

main road and a couple of us who father. He was a gopher catcher by :;::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV'I :::
__
\: were a little more adventurouscame occupation and he plied his profes- vy
Y ....
came the other way. sion in a county over in West Florida .:.

.), It was a long tough struggle that adjoins the county whereI ff

through that four miles or so before was born and lived until I moved 'I** ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :!;:;:;%:

i. we parted the final clump
vy
here.Early
:' of bushes and looked out on a one Saturday morning In iv ......
clearing which had been not so 1910 Dutchie Ben's father-I an't : .t.y

long before a tomato field and I recall his first name-got on the y I h

could be mistaken but believe that trail of a gopher not far from .1"YY:. .:..:.
fff
we were then standing just about Warsaw In the south end of Wash- x

where the Clewiston Inn now stands. ington county. The gopher was I x'S"i.U .
Trees a short distance northward very fleet of foot and hejtnow that :::'sIi" I

R: indicated that:: we were close to Jerden was pursuing him for COm-

Sand Point and within a few mercial purposes so he gave old Glades Power and light Co. !a

'; minutes we had joined our companions man ,Jerden a long, hard chase.
Ii
i'F where the road then crossed But Jerden was also pretty fast on s.3.
the ridge where the old Inn his feet and late In the afternoonhe h

,,;. stood. I can't remember teeing; any began to close in on the gopher. -\ .M.t" :..:.

other dwelling here at the time While he was thus hot in pursuit, ." :. 1 .:..:.

except that of the Watanabes with the imminent prospect of a ?::. . . . .NM. .NN. .NNNNNNMN. ,. ,. ,. ,. ...................!............ ..,.'....................... ............,.(')........................ ....i. {,.
which stood road N. YMN, ; ;NNNNAM.NONNNNyNNNM
; near the cr ls. quick catch adding zest to the N,1 N NMMNNNNNNNN ...: :NNN:.:N:
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Of (Continued from Page 5) Description S T R A Owner
I Future Land And

S T R A Owner' \ Amount All _._._.....______._ 23 43 30 640 J. B.' Hendry _.__. tAll
Description S ...._.._..____.__ 26 43 30 640 J. B. Hendry ,__
Water Resources Of N' toRiv.. E ale. All unsurveyed 143 31 50 J. B. Hendry, _. ,
ft.. of All unsurveyed ____ 2 43 31 68 J. B. Hendrj' _
N
Riv. to pt.Beg. .... 5 43 23. J. H. Caldwell est ____.._ 16.05 All unsurveyed __...... 3 43 31 73 J. B. Hendry '
S to ,
Florida Beg., -
Southern All ...._.____.___ 10 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry _
Howards Add. A SD ,. All ____ 11 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry _.. _
of 4 acre In AV All __._.._.____ 12 43 31 640 J. B. HendryAll
By STANLEY H. WRIGHT Part of Gov Lot 1 5' 43$ 2 D __._,.' 13 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry ____

(Continued From Last Week)" Block A Lot 4 ...._.__.. Sallie Gravely .._..r-._____ 1.34 All _..______..! 14 43 31 640 J, B. Hendry ___
Block A, Lot 8 ...._..._... Unknown ----..:...-.---._ 3.10 All Et,6 and NW1 ,

;' While at the time work I.YMV HIGH POINT and E' _..__ 22 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry __. .
present sun. ____.___._.._. :s 32 23 All ._.___..._.._-.._ 23 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry '--
4: of the Investigation is being carriedon Block 2, "Lots 21 and '. ." j All ,..___..._...._._____ 24 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry ___....:'.

mainly by Governmental depart 22 ..___._._____.._..._-.._.. Geo. Poole __.._... 6.03 All ._..___.___._.__ 25 .43 31 640 J. B. Hendry __._.
Beg. 1347 ft. S and 50 ,. All ________ 26 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry __
: ment technicians it is highly neces- ft. W of NE Cor. : S r E3y ____..____ 27 43 31 640: J. B. Hendry

and desirable that the various Sec. 5, W 137 ft., S ; .. :J All SW'4 ____. 34 43 31 160 J. B. Hendry .__- _
sary 100 ft., E 137 ft., N ,, -". All ___-:__ 35 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry ?
:,:. State departments, including the 100 ft. to Beg. _+...... :' ,:', .' W.. P. &. Audrey Andrews ).63 All .._.---___-___._ 36' 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry

State geologist, the State Depart- Beg. 1447 ft. S and 50 :.: : All ......________..___ 16 47 31 640 R. N. '.MillerHeronima ...._..?_
''
'
ft. AV of NE Cor. .- SV of SAVVi of NAVVi -'-
ment of Agriculture, the State Agri- 5.V 137 ft., S ,' .' .
Sec. .- of NEVi and Nth. of \
cultural Experiment Stations operat- 260 ft., E 137 ft., N 'I '.. 1 NWVi of SAVVi of ", : S I.t
'
260 ft. to Beg. .......__ 5 43 29 W. P. & Audrey. Andrews 8.70 NEVi and SViz of I jJ
ing through the University of Flori- ..
COLLEGE VIEW A" I .! -r ,. '
SEVi of NEVi of 1)
da, and other State technicians and lin. OF PART OF : NAVVi and N% of / .. 1 k
TRACT _. :J 43 .211 \ I
scientists become actively engaged FRASER ; NEVi of SEVi ,of .
,
I Let 6 .. _-----.. S M. A. Pace -_-__-..---,- 4.86ANDREW'S NAVVi ..___ 23 48 31 20 & Thelma Carson
In the Investigation. It is also r
ADD. TO All ___._____J___._ 13 43 32 609 F.' L. WilliamsonNannie __ 39.88
21t
... 5 43
very important that additional state IAIinLIC PARK: 1 All _.....____.___ 14 '43 32 597 Whidden __ 39.88

and local funds be made available : Block 12 _.8..,.._Lots__11_...._and__- l Louis O. Gravely '.--....,..-._..... 2.52 EH and NAVViSAV __ 15 43. 32 448 Nannie Whiddon __._ 39.88
'J Vi ...._...--:..-_ 15 43. 32 160 J. B. Hendry 16.23
to match Federal funds for various Lots 22 and 23, Block All _._.__._ ___ 16 43 32
: 640 J. B. Hendry _____ 39.88
__ __. Vera Helms __...__....._ 4.35 -
.___
in connection with the 8 .... All _.._.._____.____ 18 43: 32 640 J. B. Hendry 39.88
purposes ._..._....... --b: Unknown ____._ __...,_._. 1.34
E'24. -, '\ : I All _.._....__._.____....,.___ 20 43-S 32 640 J. B. Hendry ______ 39.88
Southeastern Florida Joint Re- AVALON PLACE -.._.._ "' ":' ; J. O. Davidson .... ._ 3.98 AU ____..______?____ 21 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry ______ 39.88
., sources Investigation. Lots 7 and 8 -.-_..." .. Alice E. Stannard--_.'---_? 3.98 All _.._....._....._;___._._._.__ 22 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry ________ 39.88
I; Lots 9 ,and 10 .... ., :-j --- : V NW% .....,..._____._.._._ 23 43 32 160 J. B. Hendry ___. 39.88
Acknowledgment is made to the "rAiRVinw sun. -. y I All ..____.._..._._____..._ 24 43 32 623 F. Williamson ______ 39.88
far-sighted, broad-minded policy of OF LOTS 4 to 0 of 8 i.t 20; .. ; !." f f All ________ 25 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry __ 39.88

CVt of NE'4 All __'_'___'_'-__ 26 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry ___ 39.88<
Mayor Alexander Orr of Miami for Lots 80 to 104 less 8 : i AU _______ 27 42 32 640 J. B. Hendry 39. '

bringing the Investigation to its to ft. off 83 E end lots 80. ;,. ., A. Onorato ___..___._.1...._?_ 6.' 8.10 NJ. of NEVi of NW%
-- of NAVVi __ 29 43 32 5 Unknown __._-
-
stage. In encouraging this S -
present Lots 126 to 150 less Nay of SEVi of NWViof

work he has realized, with others ft.126 off to E 129 end-lots ., ,:: .' A. Onorato ..__.....-:._....._......... 6.33 NAVViAVV. ________ 29 43 32 5 Unknown
of
Florida State Planning Board of NAVVi
of the LAKELLE HEIGHTS NWIA __ 29 43 32 20 Unknown ___...____
and the National' Resources Planning SUB. _.._.__._.__._.._._ 8 43 .29'. ,,' 7 EV. of SWVi of .
3 less. .
Lots 1 2 and
Board, that the land resources and 8 ft.: off E end._...... .. i''. Mrs.. AAr. A. Jones ...-.-..-..-: 3.20 NW% w.._..._.._.__ 29' 43 32 20 Unknown. _...._..__....._
related I Lot 4 less 8 ft. off E ,' NV! of NAVVi of SAVVi S .
t. water resources are closely ,, '. of NAVViNEVi ___..,.. 29 43 32 5. Unknown __ ._,__...__
:;. ._...__._
John AV. Gallagher
confronting I end _..,_._..._.__.,._ .. S : 1.64 .
of
.
that the problems now :Mrs. AV. A. Jones .. of NW 34'
Lots 5, 6 and 7 -..: ,"ii' .. -- 3.98 __ .. 32 .
that SAVViAVV. ._._ __ 29 43 10 Unknown ._
-; Miami are not peculiar to Beg. 1088 ft. W and _.'" ;' .. I of NWJof
.. .
region alone, but are a part of the 30 ft. S of NE Cor. .-: ., :. .... !I.' I SWViSEVi ____ 29 43 32 20 J. P, Hendry _,___. __
8 660 ; : ; .
of NEi/i Sec. S ; : :
of of
directly 'or indirectly con- : :: .,;,.' f I NWVi
problems N
ft. W 330 ft. SAVVi _._____._ 29 43 32 10 Unknown ____"_.__
.
';; cerning all of the cities and coun- 660 ft., -E- 330 ft. to 8 43.- '_ >29'". S 5 Mrs. Sara Cooper ,. ,._...... :f 6.36 All ......._..._..____._..._...__ 31 42 32 642 J. B. Hendryn _____
ties from Lake Okeechobee to the Beg.1418"ftr"w"and --- All _____.__..._ 32 43 32 642 J. B. Hendry.All ..___.,_ _

} Beg: '.. .J .._._._._._____ 33 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry _....___.
Keys. 50 ft. S of NE Cor. Ii; All .___..._..___.___ 34 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry __

Actual fieldwork in connectionwith of Sec. 8, S 660 ft., ". All _._.____._._____ 35 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry ______ .
W 330 ft., N 660 ft., .' f '
the Investigation began about E 330 ft. to Beg. __.. 8 43 29 5 A. Onerato_-__--_..--_.-.._-._ f 6.93 WV NE'of_ of NWof NWVi, 1

'} October 1939 with funds obtained BELMONT% of NF'/.1 sun.. .__OFw __ 8 43.'t) S .r r. SEVi of NW SV. '' h \...Kof \ w
-.I
< from Dade County! Miami, Coral Lot 35, Block 1 ,.._.._ James A- Zipperer ...-- 1.34 NEVi EV of I ,4. -11'..; .
Lot 1, Block 2 ____.... AVis ----_;--_-..-...-. 1.34 NW'i of NE*, WV T' >, t
Gables, and Miami Beach, from the Block 13 Lot 17 _... Louise D. Barnwell -...,.. 1.31: of NEVi of of NE'of NEVi.NAVVi .1 :i: 11"\,, '

Control Commission PARK sun. 8 43 20 '.
Everglades Fire FORD
NEVi NEVi of SEVi,
'
;'a and the State Internal Improve- Section 162 .... 1' _, .._Lots_.._.....1.......to._ : City of LaBelle ...,._._..__._._ 11.33 SAVVi of SEVi __ 10 44 32 255 J. C. Jackman __
I All _._..___._._.____ 15 44 32 640 J. C. Jackman __ ___
ment Fund, but these appropriations Section 2, Lots 1 to S
165 :...___._____._.... City of LaBelle _-____.._..._ 11.33 S% of NAVVi and
..E.; now being matched by an equal ENGLEAVOOD TERR- NWVi of SWViSAVVi ___ 22 '44. 32 120 J. C. Jackman ____

.. '' ;' amount of Federal funds, are not ACE sun. _..__..._00'._. 8 43 20 "\. of SEV4 ____ 22 44 32 40 J. C. Jackman __ -
All ________ 27 44 32 640 J. C. Jackman .__. ,
& Jessie Stafford
/; sufficient to complete the. program Section B, Lot 8SV. _.__ Mae Cole ; 1.34 Way of SAVViEV _"__ 28 44 32 80 J. C. Jackman _'_

'!If"" of, the Investigation, which must of 84 115 to 113 andS 120 of SE 4 of SAVVi -
% of to
SAL RR.Margaret. .. __.. .. 6.33 and NAVV4. of SE'v
at least _____
of 114
extend over a period and All --- -- --
20 : Perkall 5.73 of. SAVViNWVi 28 44 32 30 W. H. Adams .,_,,.,..,_.
1i SW'11 43 29
1V3y.,of SAVVi of ---
three years in order to obtain all E V_ of SE*' of SW'11 43 29 20 S. E. Sanchez ..___.__._ 22.47 of SEVi and
of
NEVi of SWVi
k of the required data. Say of NW 34 and W 3y I
14 43 29 100 Mrs. May Magill ........ .._.:. 16.61NE SEVi and Way of
: of SWiof NEVi ---
; ;. The activities' of the various SAVVi of SE% __.._ 28 44 32 70 J. C. Jackman ?.
and SV. of S Way of NEVi _'___ 32 44 32 80 W. H. Adams ..,_.._ 1
the Investigation
J::' agencies participating in NW i and NEVi of
reviewed and correlated NAArVi and SV _.. 16 43 29 ; Alexander C. Zabrlskia _._. 53.89 NEVi of NWVi and 5
4 are A. in NW Cor. of
LUCKL3YS SUU. OF SEVi of NV'A4132' 44 32 45 J. AV. Wright ___
M.. through a Coordinator acting EV. of NE% of I.t I.. 4 NAVVi of NWViSEVi _._... 32 14 32 40 Horace G. Stouthard"""_,..a,_
for the Florida State Planning : E1/! .___."_......._.._ 1743 20 ,", of NW'less 5 \

If" Block 3, Lots 7, 8 '.- : ; __ 32 44 32 35 AV. H. Adams .___
in NW Cor. __
( Planning Board and the National and 14 ____.___..._ .:< / .. '.-.;'.r" H. W. Luckey'f 1.64 A. {
(I Resources Planning Board. The Block 3, Lots 9 toll Oscar Luckey __.._._._...?_ 1.34Bl SEVi of SAVVi and \
Sth' of NEVi of ;

t, ', office of the Coordinator. is at pres- 20 ck._.4._,._Lots_____9._.and.... 4" '. ..tj"'' Ed Prescott _____..\;.____... 3.40 Sw34 .__._.__.___ 32 44' 32Go J. C. Jackman _.t*-__.___... o '
____ 32 44 32 40 S. L. ._.........
NE'of SEViSAVVi Spicar .4..4.
ent located in West Palm Beach. Block 4. Lot 17 "IT_ .' '' '' ;" ..' Mattie Burnette _...___...._.... 2.22'' of. NEVi and I 5.

f' One may well' ask what good will Lot FAA'OUS 3 ._..__SUB_......_.._.__._____....d' 17 :'4J :',23'. J. J. May ......_.Y_._.._._.._,...._.. 1.34 I E% of NWViPROA'IDENCE ......_. a 44 32 120 J. C. Jackman: _J.____.__ 1J.56

t' ; be derived from a report to be Lot 5. __-__.._._...__. .' ,, "t." :.< 'Mary. Cochran _.__-.,....__ 2,22ROYAL CITY \ t'
: PALM. ; SUB OF S"%. -OF 4
issued three years hence. ESTATES __ ; \VVa OF SEVi 34 44. 32 (

!U' The answer of course is that Sub. _._..__.No.2........_____.. 17 4.C.9.. : Lots 25. and 26, Block..___ -5 5 AV. M. 5

l' only by a thorough and complete Lots 7 and 8 _____..,_.. Mrs. Sara Powers :Thomas "1.34 8 --- Bradley -t------ 1.64
_.._.__.,,_ Rev. AVm. Brayshaw' _.:__ 2.22 Lots 39 to 42,, Block \
t f' analysis by trained techniciansand NV Lots of 27 Say to 30 of SEVi 20 ._..__._.._._..._.___ '.-'; '.:7! Melvina Berry _"_'!__"____ 1.64LO"ts
32 and 33. Block. < -/,.. i
'
\ by technicians is meant not of NEVi exc. .Ih I I ______ *, ; Lorenzie Kennhell 'i ___.__
... "" j 1.6-1
acies in NE Cor _._ 17 43 29. 8.5 James Newcomb ?_..__ ?._ 2.82Beg. 1
only engineers but scientific special- f I Lots 23 and 24, Block ,,, '. .'.
343 ft. AV and .
26 .. Cora Thomas ._1.. __
------- ; --- "'" 1,64
ists, economists, and those trained 25 ft. S of ,NE Cor. .' :-- r' I 34 44 ., "
GARFIELD CITY SUB -432: -;:,
1
J
of of of
i in good business, law and legislation .NV Say 5."". .. f r Lots 11 and 12. Block :\liif'': ; : i "

SEVi of NEVi AV ti'r.: ,< 1 ._._______ T ,:. Curtis Avant __-__._ 1.64Lots
-can a workable long 137 ft. S 140ft., E < .:- : 1 \ 7. '
range :; ..... J 15 and 16,. Block -::5 I" ".. .

plau be produced, no matter what Beg.137 ft..._.N_.__140__ft.__to_. 17- 43 29.:5... .:) B. A..' AViggin&s, .....:?_......._._ 3.14 1 "_._""_._____ S?",/'r : KellyStrong ._. 1.64
r* ::
.. Lots 24 to 27, Block
the problem. Here in this area Beg. 40 Rds. S of NE '., ,: :.'" / ;; \
J. J. Thornhill
.l. .1 I 1 .....____.__ : 1,64Lots
under investigation there exist eco- Cor. NW'S 104 .. 2 and 3, Block 2 :. ;:.:, Mrs. J. C. Weeks 1.34 s sLot i
ft. 4 in. W 208 ft. 8 .
;
; .' '
Laura
: : Taylor _
24 Block 2 : __
,
nomic p --- 1.34
conditions as to water and in. S 104 ft. 4
in. .
Lot 23, Block 4 __ fig i '. Fannie A. Beatty ___ 1.34: '
E 208 'I" r- ;
ft. 8 in. to
land usages the like of which do Beg.. __.." 17 43 29 .5 Roy A. Rimes ......._._._..._..n 4.60 Block 5, Lots 1 ,and 2 ..;:'. : Carrie Branham __ 1.34 '

not exist elsewhere fn the United Lot 3 In NV of"NAVVi 17 43 29 10 Corrine Forrey .____ 3.10 Block 5, Lots 45 and ..'
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46Block_.__.__._____. ;V. ,. Wallace & Ethel Banham 1.64
BEN AVON sun. OFLotK I J ,
J States The potential value of this !l I- 9, Lots 45 and ': ;rJ .'

:."" I peninsula region to the State and N"'lexc.:>, 6, In. 2.85 AA'Vof A- TIn --, 46 __..__.____.._ :. Lillie Butler ____ 1.64

i> to the people in the political subdivision S'/ of Lot G...._ 17 43 29' SE'/ of NV34 __ 36 45 3' 40 Eura Lee. 'Durance 4.86

:I' Lots 9 -to 11 ...__.____.. ; T. .E. Hedges __.____._....._ 4.86 E'of NE34 S of 9 .
: within the area is enormous, Lots.14 ____ Mile Canal 11 48' 32 1 Unknown __-._ 1.74
and 15 __..__ E. P. Booth 3.65
.'; i and its value is in proportion to Lots 47 and 48 _...__ T. E. Hedges __........._ 1.34 'Vth N of 9 Mile 33 54 "
11 43 Unknown
E'. of Elh of NE'18' 43 29 40 'V. B. :Manning, Jr. .__ 7,501V114 Canal ----- ;; ____ 9.56
} the distribution FarmsrCo.
well regulated of 43 33 40 Arlpeka
I' ; of EJh of NEJ,4 18 43 29 40 J. L. Irvin ..__.......__.._.._...._.. 7.50 EIh of EIh of SW14 11 ... "8.:14.:
'
the land and water for such pur- EVELYN TEHIlACE Way of Way of SW1j -, /
'r and Way of' EIh of.V '
poses as they may be best adapted. sun. 010' SEtA 01" n..tSvIA of -ii'
_._....__.._. 18 43 =' \ 3y of SWJA, N
5 It must appear thai only through Lots 49 to 52': _..___.... Victor M. Harris _..._,__....._ 1,34 9 :Mile Canal ___ I" 43 33 23 1'-'. Deane Duff .__,___ 8.25

I an accurate knowledge" "<_>_'* :ail the Lots 215 and 228 _.. A. S. Velie ._.:_._..__...._ 1.34 Way of Wth of SW4 23
I33 F.
S of 9 :Mile Canal 12. 43. Deane Duff _.____ 7.65
BELLE IJA CASA :
l'f. I land, its topographical characteristics : sun ________...___.__. 18 '.jC- 21" "7Bh. Elh of S\V14 of SE3'4 12 43 33 of \V. T. Neal _

.: depth and kind of soil, its .:k B. Lot 1 __..__ D. WideJity ......_._,_.-..._......._ 1.34 SEi4 of SE'4 of SE ----SEt4 12 43"3 9 Mabel Rankin_ Hay_ T 2.43 1.74
L ItO \
'
tL PALM
l agricultural possibilities, production ESTATES E% of SE1,4 of NW'11 '44 33 20 E. R. Caven _____ 5.38
NO. 7 '

};-.1.,, value and even its worthlessness, sun ;:... ..._.__._..._m_."__ It 43 21' E1 W',3,, of NW 1of SE34 U 44 44 33 33 320 20 l\Il's.FIn. Land Lillie &Hartman Tim. Co.._ __.., 5.38
30.03
Block 5 Lt..s 7 Miss Ola Jean Patterson _
6 and 1,34EI4J ;
;, J can some equitable solution be ot SE1, ;cf, SE'J 18. 43 29 20 Mary G. Coulter -=--....._... 3. 8E1h EJh -----------V''f 23 4.4 33 20 20 Mary, M. Capper.WV'A ___ 5.38

?f: tround for the existing taxation and of NWJ,4 ._._...__.. 6 44 29 80 R. N. Miller __?_,___..._ 7.,9 of SW1,4. of NE34 27 44 33 640 Geo. Knight: __.___ 5.38
All ., _. .. 4 46 33 Fla. Land & Tim. Co __
Gov. ----- ---- 44.81
F: I fiscal problems affecting small and Lots of 3 and 4 '.'ndSV34 .,.... 3 4-1 23 120 Louis: Gordon 11.71 All ---...-....-..-..---- 9 46 33 640 Fla. Land & TIm. Co. 44.81
" N\V14 All _. _....... .. .. 10 46 33 640 Fla. Land & Tim.
': All -- --- Co __ H.81
W .... 53 _
i large holdings, for the segregation lyg. St. Hy. 16 4-1 29 B. F. Wells; Jr. (tax) 4.07EJh 640
33 Seaboard
All ... _. 18 46 Highlands
-------- Inc. ._ 44.81
of ___
SV'6 44 29 80 JaB. L. Nicholson __ 7.59
J of State lands into proportionate I All .. 20 46 33 640 Fla. Land &
public or Tim. Co. __
All lyg. 'V of' St. I-ly. '. 28 H 29 22 B. F. Wells Jr. _.__ 1.90 ---- -- ---wAll --- 44.81

, i parts for parks, refuges, All lyg. W of St. Hy. ...n 44 29 .1 B. F. Wells, Jr .___._.__ 1.18 .._ -- '___ 3" 47 33 640 Century Land Co. _.__ 35.69
Kerl RIt Depot \. LINCOLN SQUARE '
i classified agricultural development
or 1
\ Grounds ....__.-_..___.._ 1'" .-Ii 29 1.98 ACL RY Co _____.____ 2.58 PARK NO.1 SD.
?.y i for the classification by adaptability Nth of ___ OF Eta _____ 35::>> 47 33
NW1 7 4;)...... 29 65 Lillie Maddox ___.___ 3.47
; :' j of private and sub-districts NW1!. of NE'4 of Block 29, Lots 21 to

Sf j NE 1/ __._...___...___ 20 45' '',29 10 R. N. Miller _______"\ '2.581 24 -4'SL3 t(; Sherman Smith ___.__._ 1.64
r' lands to promote economic gains SWof NW1/ of' Block : '

:;:;,1 or prevent further economic losses, NEJ,4 ----_..____... 20 45 2) 10 n. N. Miller ..-...-.......-....--... 1.67 32 _____.___.___ LeLtle Haham __.......___ 1.64
Block Lots 11 and "

;},i:,'! and for the regulation of and the W1h of of Way.._.of_._._SEJ,4_... 2615 29. 10 W. S. Shoulls _:._..'_......,'........ 2.57 31 to 59.39 _._....______ 5', Ell Thomas -,...._.__.__..._._ 1.64
-3" T equitable uniform discharge through W1y of 1V''y of N\Vi4 LINCOLN SQUARE 'tPARit -

the canals and o\er-the of of NE'4 ._.__.__._.._ 27 .i5 29 10 n: T.. Lowe ___.__._....__ 2.57 NO. 2 SD. -
J' ; glades SW1,4 of NEJA 27 45' 29 .40 J. T. Perry __._._........___ 4.11 OF W1/d _._....__ 3", 47. 33 .
i" e- the water resources within the W1h of EIh of .14 ? Lots 12 and 13. Block ,

"' i of N\V31 -.__._..._...._. 27 45 29 30Jus.. E. Daveroux. _.._.___ 2.57 Al14 Hattie Bryant ____ 1.64
'< area. N\V'A of NW'4 less .:: ::.:_:::=::"=== 36 47 33 640 T-'lmlaml Land Dev. Co. w 35.69

:.: i' It would seem unnecessary to SJJ of SWJ,4 of '- NEJ,4 exc.' NE'of

:;: I. emphasize the fact that a well de- NW/ of NW127 4529 35 Mrs Lillie E. Grainger.. 3.80 SE'4 of NEJA and 4 33 630 Fla. Land
': E% of NW3;, of NE14 NW34 and Say .--- .48 & TIm. Co.. __ ,29.24

'Vised'plan based on fundamental of SEI/4 .27 45 R.\ .. ._. GARFIELD PARK SD I '.
" 29 5 N. Miller __ ....__ 1.61 X.
__ _
SW34 of NE'and '. OF Sh1j. ._ V 48 33
t economic principles will result in ,
S _
Elh' of SEJ,4 of Lots 31 and 32, Block

f"'r the greatest good to the largest N\V34 -.........._...._........._.._ 28 45 29. 60 Joseph 4 'Veintraub _.._.__... S 6.53 2 -_____._____ Joseph Springer ____ 1.6.1
Wth of E3y of -_ Lets 47 and 48 Block

( ,- .. number. Further, that in nowise of N\V144 ........_NW14__....5._._ 28 '. 45 ,29\ 10 Minnie 'j\ Sumner ___. 3.51 14 .-----_----..- Joseph Springer ___._.._ 1.6-1
;: is it part of this particular plan W3 of N"1'of "'. Lot 8 A ___.____.M_ 7 43 34', 14. Ellls R. Geiger _____ 6.37

;';, to be evolved, to attempt to impose NW% less Beg. SW \ L'Ot 21 orV1f. of
Cor., E 6fj0 ft., N SWV4 of SE3s --- 43' 34' :fo' Wm. H. Woodard .:..--- 9.63
Q on the State or its taxpayers any 220 ft., 'V 660 )t., S ., All Frac. _..-..-.--. 13 43 3.1 100 U. S. Sugar Corp. .._. .30.01 t

t; mandatory governmetal restrictionsor : 220 ft.. to Beg. ...... 28 45 29 11 Minnie A. sumner __._.. .LU Bea, 500 ft. E and 375 L
procedures as to the disposition -vv of SEi. -......-._. 28 45 29 40 n. N :Miller "'m 4.11 ft. N of S\V Cor. of ', '.; '
----- '
l'A 'of NEof NI': h Sec. 14., F. 380 ft..

of either land or water, notwithstanding and SE1,4. or NF'/4A 34' 4.:; 29 1:0: Jackson Grainy r. est. :...,.. 6.23 N 114.63 Ct., 'V 380 '

the active participation of N\Vl,4, or SW'Ii .........._ 34 i5 2' 40 rorton S. Cam.lbell _.._..._. 4.11 ft:. S 114.63 ft. to '
1 Adeline
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14 -13 34
All g or nn Wwv ... tit 43 30 290! J. B. Heildry \...__._ 16.:11: Beg.- ?- .Mrs. Brannon __ 4,92IiAIILISM

:.:. its scientific bureau through the 111 ... ......... 14 I" 34 G40 J. B. He9dry .. ..........T.... 35.68 S D. 'E' m '
r.C'L" ft. In NE 20 4:1 3-1
: allotment of Federal All E lilt D60x1610 I

funds. The R'tvy. ..........-....._.._....._.... 15 43 30 600 J. 3331 Lot 16, Block K ._-.- Unknown ___.._..__._.__._............. 1.44
facts concerning the use of land SE1. of NEJ 'and B.. Hendry ......-. .1' '"". Lot 23, Block K .-- Mary Mills _._.__.,_...._.___._ 3.42

and water will be presented in a S 1h E of ACL RR Lot 30 Block K _.._ J. H. Johnson __--0__ 4.40

R'wy. ..-........._............,.._ 16 43 30 4" J'B' "- Lots 13 and 14, Block 1'S
Hc.ndr'-' .....__.. ...... ..,\4.58
combined report of the governmental N1 of NW'4 and N -- .".. L .-..-....-..- ..--.--....-- 'Yo M. Tobias '''_'.h''__'_'';'''__ 3.72

departments and the two planning ofAll EJif V kR 16 43 23 100 Carl G. Lemberl ._ 9.56 Is& 17 Block L _-,.. Geo. Tobias. _.__.__...1.___. 1,44Lis
E ACL -'-- %9..and 21, Block

boards, which will include R'wy. .. .... 1 Gladys TAylor ___'_ ,3,73
(3
advisory recommendations only. All ..- ...---..-..----------.... 22 43 30 30 335 640 J.J. B. Hendry ..____ _._ 20.13 Lot 22.-- L' .-- Lydia :MItchell __j_...,_-- .2.43
B .
Parts ofM Hendry ._-..-...--.--., 35.68
Sections 3. s
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IISm Z, iff4U ,..-- 1 THE: CEEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE



Description S, T It A Owner Amount :
NOTICE I I Florida To Get Willkie .!

NWQ of NWIA __'."_ 12 43 28 40 HarrIet G. Pope -,_...(_._.___ 6.52
Beg. NW Cor. of Lot

2. E 15 R d s.. S toRlv. Visit During CampaignWendell

.. 'V AIg. Riv. to I ,
1,6 Section line N to .

'is hereby given that the following described lauds, err so much Bel:'. ________..__ 12 43 28 10 R. N. Miller ..-.-._._;.____ 3.10

':4 will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set All Lyingof SAL Willkie, Republican can-

{'', ,, :4? I the same together with cost of such sales ancf. advertising, RY. __._..,....____._... 13 43 28 .73 B. F. Wells Jr. _.--.......__._.__ 1).0.15 didate for President will visit
i ld at public auction on the 2nd day of September A. D. 1940 Beg 4439 ft. N of SE I .
a fur of 12 o'clock noon 'at the courthouse door. 111.the City or Cor. of Section \V Florida during the campaign and I

Bounty of Hendry, and State of Florida., 690.74 ft to Cen. of .'. -" ."- ,;. will make an active bid for the
.
R. N. :MILLER Old Cal. Rlv. Place "r : .. \
',; Tax Collector of Hendry County; Florida of Beg.. \V AigCanltl .'. > support of the state in the November -

R'V. 615 ft. election It was stated Tuesday ,
to Cen of old Rlv. -

E'ly and NE'ly to .. by Republican Committeeman J.

Beg. ___ ____._ 14 43 28 ..86 Berton E. Poor. .' .:; 5.03 Leonard Replogle of West Palm I
I.' Beg 4439.01 ft. N of \T "" ',
IPTION Amount SE Cor, thence .' Beach. <
S Line .
W'lyAlg. Date of the visit is to
expected :
OWNER JT z IT of TUCK' Canal 1550.74 ft to i S h'
LAND c. NE Cor. Land here- I S be announced soon after his acceptance t. '

q f.I And Costa in des thence 'V'ly / speech this month. S '
e on Canal 544.47 ft. ;
: ; w thence S'ly to old r', \ -

5) h C c:: Cal. Riv., th-encc' ,

E'ly and N'ly to pt. I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR :
ot Beg. ___.___. 14 43 28 4 H. C. Hansen _?_?__?_.??:.._' 6.36 TAX DEED ." I

All _________ 17 13 32 640 J. B. Hendry ___........:...._.-_ 3988
E} of E1% 41. Aug. 2-9-16-23. 1940. 4t. Aug 2-9-16-23. 1940. .' ,

;; of NE" _ot SEI'_.::1._ 31 42 29 I':AJbert) Myers _._.....G__...._.... 3.62 Lot .31, Palma Cia NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That >

North ; Sub ____.___,___ 15 43 28 Unknown -.?....-._......__.:..... ..._ 1,48 Mrs. Annie Frierson holder of Tax
SIr4 LnUelle I W% of NE'4 of SE1/s Certificate No. 108-109 issued the 6

Lot 29"'. SD _.__ 31 42 20 Unknown .. j.41 of NEt-4. ?___._ ..r... 15 43 28' 5 Nancy Stewart .__.__.___._ 2.93 day of June A.. D. 1938, has filed
,
; Let 3i4 zznr___.. 1930-1933 -F-- 1JIH.-I-11I ; l41 Gov. Lot 4 _._,. ____ 16 43 28 14 R. N. Miller ___._.___. 3.35 same in my office and has made ap-

Lots 728-729 IHI Wilford E. Lamarine ---._, 1.41 SWl.4 of SWI4 17 43 28 40 R. N. :Miller ______....__. 4.79 plication for a tax deed to be Issued
=::
I NW'4 of SW 4 and .. thereon. Said certificate embracesthe

Beg 30 ft. S and 669 -: : : ,r SW of NW% _.- 17 43 28 80 Kcnolina Realty Co,. .._" 8.71 following described property in
ft. 'V and 348%' ft- : i ." f E>/& of S'VI4 exc. an r. .- the County of Hendry State of Florida -

1 S of NE Cor. to Pt. ...,. r .1.wy I / A. in SW Cor. of ." to-wit:
'
of Beg, W 250 ft -- .' .'. SW%, Also J -S : Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7 Block 47 Courthouse -
to Bridge St. Rd. S N Jo of and '. .*. ; : > ., ;.,!:: : .
. ,." .r SEVL : j"J /. : : !' : .. ... .; _H. square.
? .rtx
Alg. ,
tc5 E .
Side of Rd.. :.: Nth of SW'of ; ) 55' 'w "" '-' { "'" I The assessment of the said property -
523 ft. E 250 ft. N .'_ SEVi and Beg. SE' ," :' under the said certificate issued
m 523 ft. to Beg. _.__ 32 42 29 5. D. G. McCormack. \ ----- 6.38 Cor. SW% of SEt,4. S was In the name of Fannie Park.

1268 ft S of NE 1 N 220 yds.. W 405 .' Unless said certificate shall be redeemed j

to Pt. of Beg. .' ft. S 220 yds., E I i according law the property .,: .,
68 ft, S 100 ft., 405 ft to Beg and described therein will be sold to ,*
!7 I ft. N 100 ft '. _. Beg 1065 ft W of J : ; the highest bidder at the court house ;
.. ._.. _
l7'. _,.<--___. 32 42 29 1.5 :Unknown --_ ,- 3.56ughs SE Cor. of SW/i of :i! ? ii :seta,;,' ? door on the first Monday in the monthof

Add. to : I ; SE%, N 220 yds., 0: ? t tI August 1940 which is the & day j;
W Sec. of :
<< of I. 225 ft (to August 1940. .
:SHip 5 .' f. :
wide line) S 220 yds.. E i v Dated this 18 day of June. 1940. i

' :lA of NEIL 32 42 *"fj .Burnett, 4.2S to Bog 17 43 28/ 149' ? A.? H. Reed ...;;..-..:..! :l:* 1942 (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL f
o 12-21 _. :, Mrs. M. A. --- NW% NEand ,;,.: :: ."' : Clerk of Circuit Court ofHendry' *:
.
'. I W% of W% : /,5 \ :'. : : > r : .s : :

r':- Lnlielle"f NWt of a "> i '; E of NE& and E% of ; ....;. ,...,,: .:. ,: ._. <<<.' .a.NEI t._. : County, Florida. f''

42 : 20 % of NEli of ;. ..
32 -- --- -----
P and 3 Block ;' _.::-.-- 18 43' 28 60 R, N.. MUer ..:._..i..:.: :.: 7.44 ,

.' ". T. E. Hedges ._.._.._____.__.._ 4.06 E1 of W% of NEIA ', I. r .... ..' / NOTICE OF APPLICATION 'FORTAX \
of and .
6.18 'W1h "
? .
r Block U. G. Hedges ---------- ,
15 3 .
( ) ,. '. DEED '
I of '
E1f.J ot NE 4, ot S : s' :

.C' to 18, Block_ Stanley Hedges _._........-.....:. 5.52 NE3A ____ 18 43 28 20 E. L. AIrord _"".::.:_"...._..."._ .4.22 (Senate Bill No. 103)
,' a NWt less SEV, ot F

to 12, Block_ U. G. Hedges _.____._.._._._._ 6.48 NWQ ofNWQ and JSW1A NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That

of NEIA, ot .. Clyde Crawford, holder of Tax Certi-

to 36, Block U. G. Hedges _.-..._._: 4,53ridY NW24 ------- 18 43 28 140 R. N. Miller _.:---=::: ._._ 12.93 ficate No. 34, issued the 6 day of
'
W1
of S'YW and June A. D.' 1938 has filed same in

12, Block Stanley Hedges v_.._____...:.. 4,58nd14 NEIA of SW4 --. 18 43 28 120 Alice Tonnelier ..___.._._._ 12.33 my office and has made applicationfor
1 -- N' less N'h of NEI4
a tax deed to be issued thereon.
___Block_ U. G. Hedges _._.__.._.___ 2.67 of NE% ot NEQ 18 43 28 315 R. N. Miller ___.._".____ 2601 certificate embraces the following .j
'
Gov. Lots 1, 2, 3. and "
i
described property in the County
t. E and 278 -. NW 1A of SWIi: _- 19 43 28 140 Geo. M. Hendry '
::? NW Cor. of NEl,4 of and I1V'h Adm. .__ 12.93 of Hendry, State of Florida to-wit: ." 'J
NW14 "
of NE'/i S E% Gov. Lot 3 and Lots 4 and 5, .:;
of of '
SW
' ., E. 420 ft., I. IA Sec. 21, Twp. 43, S Rge. 28 E. ... I
W 420 NEl,4 and Beg. 59 The assessment of the said property
'. ft., 32 2 29 10 Wm. N. Stall ings, -.-.---- 5.73 Yds. E of Cen.. :m under the said Certificate Issued was
Beg. sTi"ofNW'L 821 yds to E Bdry. '. in the name of Unknown. 5
of 32 4229 6.5 H. C. Hansen. Sr ..?..,::--- 5.52 of Sec. S to Riv. '. \. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 5
>f -of \ 'V'ly alg. Riv.' to f" 5 according law, the property

W'A 32' 42 29' 10 T. L., Williams J_._____..__ 3.59 Crk., N alg. Creek -, described therein will be sold to the '
00_____ to Beg. 20 43 28 69 A. H. Reed ______. ._._ 10.09 highest bidder at the court house
1'% of Lot l' 9.5 J. H. Caldwell. Estate_ 8.39 Nth ot SWof NW1 20 43 28 20 J. C. Johnson ___ 3.35 door on the first Monday in the monthof
'?
t of SETA 32 42 29 S% of SW1A. of lIc\V 4, 20 43 28 20 R. N. Miller _..__ 3.35 August 1940 which is the 5 day

RK: 32 42 ::9o Unknown _._._--1___ 2,37 W% of Gov. Lot 3 21 43 28 70 Gober Turkey Farm ._:._ 5.52 of August 1940.
33 and 36 St, of SE' -..---,-- 21 43 28 80 R. N. :Miller :______..___ 10.58 Dated this 12 day of June 1940.

Cor of NEU ,, ._. .' ',' W'of; mV14 ...._..... 22 43 28 80.J. E. Brecht Est. _.,_..._.....__ 10.58 (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL
4. W 817 f t. .' ..... :, .J .. SEV of SW'A and Clerk ''of Circuit Court of// I

'ne of Bridge ...... '" r.''' ( .' Gov. Lot 6 ___ 30 43 28 80 R. N. Miller __.__.___.., 10.15 Hendry County, Florida. I
I
"
WY Sand r 'r.- \r",,: or .: :: SE14 of SEQ _._ 30 43 28 40 E. S. Royer ...:._____..__ 4.79
.
tie t .St. RWY .,. ',. : .'::'\ ',, '....., ; NEQ of NW'A _..,.... 31 43 28 40 R. N. Miller ____..___..__ 4.79
: i it.SofBeg1Nto :. .
2.5 ft.E889 ft. to $ ...t'.... S ,'; W'3 ot NW1A. ______ 31 43 28 80 E. S.' Royer _..:-_____.... 7.69
NWi4 .___,_ 33 43 28 APPLICATION FOR .
I 160 E. S. Royer __ __ _'__ 14.92 NOTICE OF
16.87
Estate
'eg. ,-.-;:.._____ 32 42 29 12.40 J. ,H. Caldwell. -- NEof NE14 -- 5 44 28 40. R. N. Miller _..._.,..___ 4.07 TAX DEEDScnate4BIH
Add. ;to La- .' Nth of NEQ ot SWIA Sand I
ng .
die _...--,__, 3:: .:42 20 U J G.. A.'..'Hill .- _'. ._ ......;{.., LU. of SW1a SEY of. NE,1.4 5 44. .28.I I 30' R.. ( No. 103)
Lot 9 _____- ,. _' --- WI/ of SE14- of--NE'A---- N. Miller _.__" _..__._ 3.w3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ThaE.
Kell Mill Terrace : B. Hull holder 'of Tax Certificat } 1
of 8 44 28
NW1.4 5'
----- Mrs.. Bessie C. Leftwich est .
2.2G
Sub. E4 of SV4' i, E'h of SEt of NE'44of No. 214 issued the 4th day of Septem
and tvy3 of NE f her A. D. 1933' has filed same in m \ '

of S\VA ______ 32 42 20. ... \ 2.32 i NW'4 _.-...-.-- 8 44 28 5 Mrs Bessie C. Leftwich est 2.20 office and has made application fo .
Lets 1, 2, 3, 20, 21, 22 \ Dr. Ethel Eisner -, ---- 1.41 i NWQ -----.--.--- 17 144 28 160 Capt. L. I. Evans ____._._ 12.03 a tax deed to be issued thereon. Sal ',:
Lot 4 ___---- Jane Hune *----- ---- Sth of S\V'4 ____.._. 18 44 28 80 R. N. Miller ___.___-..____ 6.24 certificate embraces the following de ;
Lots 11, 25 to 30, 34 SE1,. --.----.----...-._-._ 18 44 28 160 Mrs. J. H. Nelson 12.03 'scribed property in the County o'":
Williams ... 4.58 """" ;
.
T. L. ----- L. V. HuH SD of Gov. '
44 State of to-wit : '
to Hendry, Florida : ;
--- R. E. Kurtz --_----- 1.41 lot 11 in _____._ ,6 43 29 '
Lot 211 _...:-_ All Section 16, Township 47 ;
Ella May Solder 2.32 and Gov Lots 2. 3. ,
:Mrs. Range 31 E. :
f. Lots 221 and 222 Wonderly 1.41 4 in __ :___ 7 43 29 '. .
Anna -- said
-- The assessment of the
250 _.______ prope ti
Lot 20 less RW. ST. RD. 3 W N. Stallings .._.._?_._._..__ 4.30 ty under the said certificate issu; '
257 258 to
Lots 264 255, R. E. Kurtz _-..--.- :2.67 CITY OF 'LABELLE r was in the name of W. A. Cartier/s -
'" Section 4. 5 and 8
Unless said certificate shall beta

Lots 293 276 _to._.__282. 289__. R..._E. Kurtz ...-_--'---... 5.52 Block 1. Lots 6 to 12 '" Alice E. Hall __.__-::_- 5.73 deemed according to law the prHi?"
GOODNO SUD. OF .
1.41 : ,
...
.Kurtz
R. E. ?
-- ----- ty described therein will be
Lotsto 286 294 and 295 '" E. Kurtz _. .. 1.41 BLOCK 5 ___....... 'I,. '. sofgg
296 "I R. ----- the highest bidder at the court ho l 'I
...
Lots and 297 Alice E. Hall ",-"'--"--'-'_ 8.09 Lot 21 --___ ; .' ." Ed M. KIrkwood ....:,..._.___ 4.85 door on the first Monday in the month t

Lots Elbarndo 10 to Sd.12 of_RIk._..._._ ". '. Lots GOODN'O 17. 1.9 Suit'OF_ '''.,;:.' ;i':." .-": ,. 'A. Onorato _..__:__._"' 26.87. of August 1940, which is the 5th

day of August 1940.
D, E of Bunters Add. : k \VJf. of Block 6 .... 4 43 .,;29' ,
"to LnBcIIe ___.___ 32''42 :bLots ... .... .. 5.22 S 1-3 of Lots 1 to 3 -, ,-s" ; Dated this 5 day of July 1940. .1;
Douglas
10 and 11 E. D. -- --- ., .. (Seal) WILLIAM .T. HULL. :
less 22% ft. on S :: ;;; :,;< .S
Klrkwood Park Sd 12 end and lots 7-8 ': ".r." :,"f\e. ,f:, '.', 5 I Clerk of Circuit Court of
A. In KEVS, of SE /, Also 2 ft onN side S.ii : Hendry County Florida.

lying"XV of Road 32 42:0' of Lot 9 ____ SS. ';:'",'y; 'j'.','.. Jas Newcomb __.__...._...._.___, 7.64 4t. July 12-19-26, Aug. 1. 1940 ,
.
Lots 6, 8, 10, 11, Gove 5.52 Lots 38-40 less 50 ft -r s ', ;
Block 2 H. S. ------- off E end '-._..___ '. ''''fi:'} ': J. H. Caldwell. .est. '.-._._, 18.37 .

SWU of NW'4 and Lots 11, 12 _-_..-.-.... .. '.>' :,.; ". R. H. Magill est.. ..?_.___, 13.66 NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DE- ;;:;
N\V1A of SWtf and. 160' D. S. Henry .--"L l -----.-.. 15.52 JOSES AND LARA- ,, '1 .' '-' LINQUHNT inno SOUTH FLORIDA <...
of B 1 43 28 '
S% SWJ4 i
BEE SD OF BLOCK 4 :
; ; .1'
L .. 1 CONSERVANCY DISTRICT TAXES.
Washington Gardens 7Block 4' 43 205 ,, ..'
"
SD of NWi 2 43' 28 12: less tract= '
H.' Ramsey 1.18 .
J. ------- J'
Lots 4 and 5 Block 33 "I. J Irving ...... 1.18 '175x75 ft in SW ... :, I ", {_{ Notice is hereby given that all .
I E.
: P. -------- -
1.04 28 Block 41 ,__,__ : Cor. _____. ', T. N. Wiggins _.......:-..::...;.,. 5.46 lands delinquent on September 2nd :'i')
r 1940 for non-payment of SOUTH :j
.tots 35 to 38 inc., STEWARTS SD BLKS: :
."- Nora and, Gre n Mills -...- 1.85 '. FLORIDA CONSERVANCY DISTRICT', i
Block 49 13, 33 and 34 ___ 4 43 20 -
.
N% of NWU of Lot 1 _?_______ .> 'Sara L. Hill ...___._.;.. 7.50 taxes for mar 1939, or 'so much i'iI'
NW% and SW% of BLOCK 21 DAVEN- I thereof as he' necessary to pay 'om
:: .. ..
60. B. F. Stewart .--__--- 6.84 the ai*. --:;.t' due taxes on said \ .
SW% of NW; __ 3 43 28 PORT SD ___'__' 4 43 .. -/
SVj of SW, 3 '43 28 160 R4 N. Miller -..------.--.- 7.69 Block 35 _.______..-.. 20f S. A. Graves _.........--..:..__ 9.26 I ands for said year, together with 1

NEU of SWU and a 1 Block 36 __._.__ Robt. E. Ketring ?_._ __ 3,25 f the cost of sale specified in the laws : .fI
; I
strip 475 ft. wideon Block 37 Highland governing said District, will be sold j I

E Side of SETA Hdtx.> SD ____ 4 43 20 I at public auction beginning at I ,'.:

of SW% 4 43 28 57 Geo. D. Williams _....-?---- 5.69 Lots 2 to 5 _"__'__'_' R. N. Miller .....____._.. ._. 3.98 i Twelve o'clock noon on the 2nd day l 11:

E% of SW14 of NEIA Lots 24 to 32 ___._ R. N. Miller _.._.__ ....:_.... 4.86 of September 1940, at the front door J
Williams .. 5.09 of the Court House in the City of
and NE%, of NEt 5 43 28 CO Geo. D. -- -- Block 40 "Q UEST- t'__
WIDE ACRES: END" SD _____... 4. 43 20 LaBelle, Florida and continue until 5

ESTATES No.l.._ 2 43 28 Lot 7 _. Irma Delaney, -=___:__? 2.22BLOCK .said sale is completed.
Block K, Lots 1 to 10 Tax Delinquent --...,-.....,. 1.18 41 BUSH SD 4 43 20 A complete list of such delinquent J

SE'of SETA Exc. ",'.. Lots 1. 17 and 18 ___ H. .C. Delaney _.._______\.. 3.10 lands is available for public inspection s.,,\
BLOCK 42 AIKEN SD 4 43 202t I during the business hours at .
SE .
Beg. Cor. SEU. ,
.
N 28 Rds. 5 ft.W28 l ; ,- '" '.: Lots 1, 2 and 3 ___ R. N. Mijler _._____..___..._".. 3.10 the office of the Tax Collector for tho F.
County of Hendry in the Court House ;
Rds. 5 ft, S 28 Rds : Lots 8 and 9 ___._ G. ,C. Mazzeri _._...,_? _._ 2.22 Florida and inquiries as ,.r
.. at LaBelle.
: f ..28E
4 43 28' 35 R. N. Miller -- --, -.- :-- C. L.XYeomans _....._ ___
5 ft. ,, Lots 11 and 12 i _? r ti 2.85 to lands included in such delinquent ...:3
% of NWU of NE% ...r ( Lot 18 __,__.____ E. M. Cornette ....__._.;...._ 1.34DotyIlnynes list, by mail or by telephone or .,:.;jj
and E% of W% of SD _'__ 4 43 } .1'/ In during business hours will 'J
.
3.95 person
NW'/4 of NEii __ 5 43 28 30 R. N. Miller ---------- Lots 1, 14 and 18., / be fully answered by the office of ; ,:".1

S% of SW'/ 5 43 28 80 A. H. Reed ---.-- 7.69 Block 44HEDGE'S __ j Roy Lewis __._._.________ 6.92 said Tax Collector. ..
SWJ/i of SEA 5 43 28 40 R. N. Miller -------: _- 4.07 SUB. _--._- 4 43 20.. .. R. N. Miller, t.s

S% of NEW! of NWt.4' Lot 26 ...___. __._._ ,Mary Coulter .._,..._.__. ... .2.22 Tax Collector of Hendry i
and N of SE% of Lot .28 _______ "r R. N. Miller ___?_?,...,w____ 2.22Block County. Florida. \,_
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NWl.4 _____ 6 43 28 40 R. N. Miller _..__._.._____ 4.67 46 S% exc. Beg. ,1' 4t. Aug. 2-9-16-23. 1940. i ;j
WU of NW'/i 6 43 28 40 R. N. Miller .-"___'_'___ 4.07 100 ft. S of NW .' + ',
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110 / ,
I Cor. E 110 ft. S :
S M of SEtA of NWi .
.. 9.44 f tN 110 f t., W 110 ::
N. Miller
> 43 28 .100 R ------ -----
and E /& of SETA of 6 ft to Beg. ._____.... 9 43 .. Mary B. McCormackMary ___ 6.93 NOTICE OP TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT { : ;
and /
E'of SE SA
___ ._. Block 46 S'/fc Beg. 110 .. 1O3O EVERGLADES '
NWW of SE'A 6 43 28 120 A. H. Reed _....._ 10.15 ; \ S :
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NWless NW ofNEtt ft., S of NW Cor. DRAINAGIJ DISTRICT TAXES'

N1V4' ___.__%____ 7 43 28 120 R. N. :Miller ____.._._____ 11.60NW14 E 110 ft., S 110 ft. i '
28 40 J. C. Johnson _..._ ._.__ 4.07 N 110 f t., W 110 ft. / .' -, I that all 1 .
of sw 7 43 Notice is hereby given
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C. Johnson 4.07 to Beg. ____ 9 4'3 29 B. McCormack _L. 6.44 i )
NE1,4 ot SW1A. __._ 1 4328 40. J. -- lands delinquent on September 2nd
160 R. N. Miller .,_.______ 14.92 Block 50 and 51 Hlckpochec /
of
SE1! -_..._ 7 43 28 Hdts. SD .... 9p13; 2f 1940 for non-payment EVER:1:
of NW;i /and ,. Lots 21 and 22 in. GLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes j,

E% less EVSs ofSEU \ Block F ______...___ i' + Nellie Pelky "'__"R-_'_ 2.52 for the year 1939, or so much .!!
of SE4.of Block 55 LaBelle f' .;. :. thereof as may be necessary to pay
NE4 and less N"V .' the amount due for taxes on said .,,.:. ,
Highlands SD _.___ 0 43 29 '
; for said together with
of NEJyi of NE& of lands year ,
NEIL .__....__....-....___. 8 43 28' '350 'A. H. Reed _--..-...-_L.:-.- 27.27 Lot 24 _'_,__._..._... .f i' R. J. Love _.__._..2._ 1.34 the cost of sale specified in the laws.: _1
NW% of NW1+ '''_'_ 9 43' 2.8 40 R. N. Miller -.--.-;;.-....:---' 4.79 .Block :58 LlaBell / governing said District, will oe sold -
1 A. in SE Cor. /i' Highlands SD __.L 9 43":9 at public auction beginning at ;
IS' ____.___... __ A. B. Anchors Jr _._ 1.34
of S\VVt of NWSW1A 9 43 28' 1 J. J. May -:---_-.-.----- 1.48 Lot 12 ,: : Twelve o'clock noon on the 2nd day

That Pt of Block 64 Bluiinl'igs of September. 1940. at the front door
Jacks B._ 10 43 28 10' J. H. Dyess _.._..__.....__.r.__ 4.62 SD -____.__-i._... D 43 :9 'p of the Court House In the City df
N1V1.NWQofof. SETA of '. Lot 4 less 8 ft of WEnd >- \ LaBelle. Florida. and continue until
...,_. Bcasley and Stoudemire ._ 1.64
said sale is completed.
all NW%SWVi Sec.of 10 Also Block 72 .::= *: .=: J, H. Caldwell. est. __.__ 5.73 A complete list of such delinquent :
NW& Block 77, 78. 'JO, and 5- '
from lands Is available for public inspection -
lygE'ly 80 LaBelle Terrace 0 43 20 during the business hours at
Jacks Branch and Block B. Lot.'18 '__'" '.I Florence M. Hoch --.._ 1.34 the office of the Tax Collector for the r
having Ft. Denaud Cen. of SJough Bch. '. SE 4 less J\R: Yards 9 43 29 \ ,R N. Miller ---:_--___ 44.49 County of Hendry the Court Houseat I
Beg 50 ft, W and 23 !
and Slough its W'ly LaBelle Florida, and inquiries as
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ft. nNE Cor. of ,,_- 5 5 to lands included in such delinquent
22 Land Bank of
Bdry.d 10 43 28 Federal Col. 6.47 7' ..' l
N3/ of NEJ4 ___..-........ 11 43 28 2R Chas Carter __.._._____.....: 9:85 Go" .....o\\i 3'S 75 ft., ''; : list by' mall or by telephone or
NEof: NW 4 ___._ 11 43 28 40 R.. N. Miller 5.52 ; -7 W io ft., N 75 ft., 5 43 ,:J'L, C. Dulaney 13.10 in person, during business hours will .I'
.: ... 150 ft to BegS: ; ?; be fully answered the office cf
NWYJo of NWT ___ 11 13 z-s 40 R. N. Miller ------- ,___UM by E
Beg 755 ft S and 830
said Tax Collector.
SW, of NW% and '
__ + r- W, Cor. of S f)
1 Wh of W1/.s of ft. of NE R. N. Miller,

SEIJ ; 11 43 28 50 C. C. Hires _- ? ._ 3.95 Gov Lot 3, .W 120 "'-Co.. Tax Collector of Hendry I
NEUi oto NWi excTTA County Florida.4t .
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! FRIDAY, JULY 26, ;; 940 """" THE> CLEWISTONI iNEWS PAGE SEVEN
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I <..................X................. ..........r.. ................. .............................................................................................................................. JACK MOORMAN GIVES year for the junior grade, to $2-, m. at the church. i; ;

PARTY HONORING SISTER I
y 300 a year for the senior grade. W. M. U. Executive meeting Mon-

yi The salaries are subject to a deduction day, 8:00 p. m. at the home of .

PERSONAL and SOCIETY large Jack Moorman of entertained people Tues-a of three and one-half per Mrs. Broadfoot. :;
; group young
Cottage Prayer -
i i is. ; cent toward retirement annuity. meeting Tuesday ,
day evening at the home of his 9:00 a. m. with Mrs Cornette.
Applications must be on file with
aunt, Mrs. E. L. Stewart honoringhis the I Junior G. A's. meet Wednesday, s
Commission's Washington office
..
:.. sister Miss Edna Moorman who 3:30 p. m. at tHe church.
-(-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..y.--..N:N:N:N:H:N:H:N:N.N:N:11.N.N:N.N:N:N.N.N:N11. :N:N:N:N:. not later than August 26 if received I
has been visiting here for the past from States east of Colorado, and Mid-Week services Wednesday
C. E. Miner and R. H. Knight Mrs. D. G. Alston left Tuesdayto evening at the church. "
two; weeks: not later than August 29, 1940, if

spent the week-end in Miami. spend her vacation in New York Games and dancing were, enjoyed received from Colorado and States R. A's. meet Friday 745, at the ....
City. westward. church. ;
during the evening. Refresh ,Y
Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn of Okeechobee Applicants must have completeda a

< was a visitor here Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and \ Mrs. A. E. Oliver, ments were served. four-year high school course, or THE CLEWISTON COMMUNITY f ;'

Miss Virginia: Jordon and E. McCoy Attending were 'Misses Betty 14 units of high school study. In CHURCH
R. L. Gay of Lake Placid were fishing Saturday in the Spicer, Roberta Spicer, Florence addition they must have had ele-

visited Mrs. Gorda Collins last week. Atlantic off West Palm Beach. Graham, Edith Graham, Martha mentary illustrating training or ex- KENT: PENDLETON, MinisterThe

Nell Alston, Margaret Von Mach, perience, supplemented by experi- Bible School meets at 9:45a.

Joel Keen spent the past week- Mrs. C. L. Moran of Milledge- Runelle McGehee, Edythe NellCornett'e ence in difficult air-brush: retouch- m. B. C. Flaniken is superintendent. -
end with friends in Vero Beach. Florine Moore, Barbara .
similar work. Applicantsmay .
ing and
ville, Ga., and Peter Carmichael of
Morrison and Martha Belle Ren-
Augusta, Ga., are here for a visit Bell Ken substitute additional experi- The worship hour will be from .
Emmett Shelley has returned froe and Sandy Harris, ence for the high school education;' 11:00 to 12:00
home from a vacation trip to his with Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran.A. Roger Saxon, J. D. Hooker, Ed and they may also substitute for a. m. .

former home in Cuthbert, Ga. '-- Clark', Lloyd Kelly, Robert Kelly, part of' the experience, completionof The choir director is J. E. Beards- '
R. Broadfoot made an inspec- Dick Patterson, Bill Owen, Joe illustrative design or commercialart ley and the pianist is Mrs. J. H. ':

Mr. and Mrs., Carawan Nelson tion trip: up Kissimmee River this Hall and Hudson Tillery. courses in a recognized collegeor Doty. f --

returned Sunday from a month's week for the U. S. Engineers. He residence art school. Applicantsmust The sermon theme will be: "The! .

vacation in Alabama and Louisiana. was away three days. LADIES AID SOCIETY MET not have passed their fifty- Great Protest". ./ ;

THURSDAY AT BEARDSLEYS, fifth birthday.Full The C. E. Society will meet Mont.> ,
Mrs. H. C. Jones and Claire spent Mr. and Mrs. Norman Warrinerand
information as the require- day at 7:30 p. m. .Lee Pridgen'ls'the :
three days last week in Jackson- children, Wayne and Eleanorof The Ladies Aid Society met president and Barbara ..
Morrison:
ments for the examinations, and ..
ville.J. Loxahatchee w re.he're. Sunday Thursday afternoon for the monthly is the program leader. .
application forms be obtained
may
visiting Mrs. Julian Dickson. .
business and program meetingat
from Jewel L. Lawrence, secretaryof .
J. E. Beardsley and Bob Beards- the home of Mrs. J. E. Beards- _
the Board of U. S. Civil Service BAY CROPS GOOD
ley were business visitors in Fort Mrs. H. A. Bestor returned Wed- ley.
.
Examiners, at the post office in -------
Myers Wednesday afternoon. months nesday in fr.om Minneapolis a visit of Minn.several Mr. Mrs. J. H. Doty presided at the this city, or from the Secretary of Panama City-Bay county crops .,;

meeting and Mrs. W .F. Simpsonhad the Board of U. S. Civil ,Service are well advanced and better than ;:
Miss Roberta George and Halson Bestor met her in Jacksonville.Mr.
charge of the program on Examiners, at any first-or second- agerage yields are anticipated, according !'.
Avant were visitors in Lake Worth
"Friends". Several interesting
and Mrs. Fred Flanders of class post office. to County Agent M. B. J
Sunday.Mr.
'
papers were read. A number of Miller. Corn
particularly is in
Moore Haven were the guests Fri- .,
items of business were taken'care BAPTIST CHURCH condition. '
FIRST good
and Mrs. Olin Waters and day night of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. of at the business meeting. :..

Mrs. M. E. Von Mach left today Simpson.Mrs. Attending were ,Mrs. W. H. ._ u ::1
School 9:45 B. 4
Sunday a. m., ,
for a vacation in Detroit. Lanier Mrs. M. Bishop Mrs.E. J'.J.
, Ralph E. Herring supt. FOR SALE-Good used Howard ,
"'- G. O. Wallace of Okeechobeeand
W. Durst, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. .
Parker Wilson was a business Mrs Ralph Wardwell of ,Miami Miles Thomas, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Preaching morning and eve- Piano. Excellent terms. Box 6366. ,:'.'1!

visitor in West Palm Beach one visited Mrs. W. F. Simpson last Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, -Mrs. Fred ning, Rev. H. C. Meader of Long- Clewiston. 2t. pd. \
day last week. Saturday.Mrs. wood, ,Fla., will fill the pulpit for
Morrison, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs.
both services. He is a guest of
.... Geo. E. Crow, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Arey spent E. L. Stewart, Miss Ollie Mrs. Doty, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. E. the church and is a prospective J. M.COUSE
Moorman Miss Edna Moorman and pastor. All members are expectedto
the week-end in Orlando visiting Counselor Law
and
C. Mills, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.J. Attorney at
Jack Moorman spent Sunday at attend. ,
relatives.Mrs. J. Graham, Mrs. Wallace Arey Hopkins Building
I Fort Myers.Mr. and Mrs. D. Deane Duff. Training Union meets at 6:45 p. Wednesdays and Saturdays
Walker Nail and, son returned m. 0:80 to 4:00 \
from month's visit and Mrs. Frank Cothernand
Sunday a
Intermediate G. A's. meet Monday
', with relatives in Pensacola. daughters, Doris and Janis, Too Late To ClassifyContinued 2:30 at the church.
have returned home, from a vacation Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenccn
Sunbeams meet Monday 4:00"p.( Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown are trip to Savannah, Ga. and from Page 4) e -
DR. F. D. GUDBAUR
spending their vacation ,in Eustis Asheville, N. C. .
Optometrist
with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gove, jr.Mr. the way for a closer understanding Is Your Subscription Paid?
Phone IDS :S
Collier Arcade
C. J< Lovvorn returned the latter and a unity of thought and actionas Fort Myers, Florida
and Mrs. W. T. Wheeles are part of the week from a vacation far as the western world is Successor to K. H. Oakley

moving into the C. E. Robbins home visit to Daytona Beach. Mrs. concerned.

which is being vacated this week. Lovvorn remained in Daytona for With Europe, Asia and Africa
Johnson's Fish
another week. hopelessly enmeshed In a "total" CampNear MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Swayne and ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
war, civilization totters on the brink ( Hurricane Gate)
Jimmie Wynne spent the weekendin Miss Edna Moorman left yester- and the hope of mankind today Maps Estimates,
Orlando and Daytona Beach. day for her home in Macon, Ga., rests on the ability of the western Clewiston, Fla.
JOHN H. DOTY
after a visit here with Mrs. E. L. hemisphere to maintain peace and Boats and Motors-Guide Service

_Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and Stewart. She will visit for a ,few stand by to help create a new and Rates Reasonable Engineering Consultant,

Miss Grace Ward spent Sunday in days in Lakeland en route. better world upon the ruins and 'v. H. Johnson, Mgr. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

:West Palm Beach. 1- ashes of the present conflict. f
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Plank have The Americas, united in a I

Mrs. K. A. Brown and Miss Joyce moved into the house which they brotherhood of nations, each re-

Brown' of Atlanta are visiting Mr. purchased recently from Royal specting the rights of the other and

and Mrs. V. C. Nelms. Lumber Company near the school yet conscious of a' mutual ,welfare,

house. can stop the forces of greed and LIBERAL INCOME
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet and hate and brutal aggression to pre-
Sharon Saturday and Sun- Mrs. E. W. Durst Miss Mildred
spent and serve for mankind the liberty and
. day at Fort Myers Beach. Durst are leaving Saturdayfor freedom that is the birthright of on your idle fundsTwice

several weeks vacation. Mrs. all.

J. P. Hollingsworth of Miami is Durst will spend the time in Gaines- And so united, the western world

here for a visit with his son, F. ville and Miss Durst will visit in may point the way to real and last- a year, "on'the dot," generous earnings IO4q.

E. ,Hollingsworth. Salem, Va. ing peace through encouraging the ore paid to our Investors. It's an unfailing o o

establishment of a similar brother- thrill this attractive rate of pay for the use r'
W. W.. Woodward is spending his Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Miss hood of nations in which the peoplesof of your hard-earned dollars! ',I. I f I '

vacation in Norfolk, Va. and New I Marion Leydig, Miss Betty Spicer, all the world can live harmoni- 1KSYSS
York City. Miss Roberta Spicer and Sandy Bell ously, sharing with, their neighborsand \ Where your savings are concerned, nothing
returned Friday from a two week's working together for the ad- is more important than safety! ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack and vacation trip to Asheville, N. 'C. vancement and welfare of all.

John spent last week visiting in They drove to New Orleans and It was such a world that Wood- Up to $5000, your savings permanently insured INSURED ,;
West Palm Beach and Lake City. visited points along the Gulf Coaston row Wilson visioned and it was against loss by on instrumentality of the

" the return trip. such a world that the League of U. S. Government.Clewiston.
Miss Lois Terrell of White Nations was intended to foster.

Springs is here for a visit. with J. :E. Lovvorn, jr. of Chicago wasa But old hates and distrusts, greed

her brother, GeorgeTerrelt' and week-end visitor in Clewiston with and envy, sat at the council tableas

family.A. his brother, Chas. J. Lovvorn and treaties and agreements were

his sister, Mrs. Keathley Bowden. I written, to the end that the "Warto Federal
W. Lawrence, A O. Ward, J. He met Mrs. Bowden in North end wars" left man with his Savings ,

( E. Beardsley and Ed Markette at- Carolina where. she has been vaca- lesson still unlearned, and there the
tended a Kiwanis meeting in Ocala tioning and she, with her sons, seed was sown which 'gave birth to
Thursday. Kay and Paul came with him to the present conflict. and Loan Association

Florida to visit their parents in United, the nations of North
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Higgins returned Okechobee. They returned to North and South America can police this -

Friday from a vacation trip Carolina, Tuesday morning and were hemisphere and preserve order, and ,X N X N K..H"H'<"X..>.K"K"H N X"K..H"K N:N N:N:M:N N:N N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N N M:N M:H:M:N:H;.
of several weeks duration in New accompanied by Bobbie Berner. no nation or group of nations can yi

Orleans and Texas. hope to encroach upon our territory. y

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins and MRS BRIDGE HALL CLUB ENTERTAINS WEDNESDAY tive Through economic an intelligent program coopera-we can i Clewiston Property J

children Marie and Volney, are checkmate those who would destroyus
leaving this week-end to make their Mrs. C. E. Nail entertained the and at the same time serve all yy
home in West Palm Beach. members of her bridge club Wed- humanity by lending aid and succorto y

nesday night at her homo. I the suffering millions who, :=
Miss Mildred Osteen left Monday High score prize was awarded through no fault of their Sown, find :!= IS AND WILL BE A SPLENDID :

for her home. in Tampa after a I to Mrs. H. H. Turner, second high themselves homeless and at starva y y

visitgjSth her sister, Mrs R. C. I prize to Mrs. W. H. Lanier and a I tion's door. := INVESTMENT :f

Nowling.Mrs. guest prize to Mrs. Gertrude Hobbs. : Every American has reason to .. .:.
A delectable salad course was give thanks for the achievement of y

R. N. Smith and childrenare served. Secretary Cordell Hull in Havana But NOW is the time to buy while there. .:;.:
spending the week-end in Fort Others playing were Mrs. B. J. last week. His work and that of .:. :
Myers as the guests of Mr. and Schroeder, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs his co-workers around their con y

t Mrs. Keith Hartsfield. Blanche Turner, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, ference table made history the =I: are still some lots at bargain prices. :!=

Mrs. J: W. Ezelle and Miss Mae world will long remember and the .y.
:Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holt and' Palmer. results of which will have a direct <. .Y: '

children of Bradenton are the bearing on the future of all mankind h '
guests of :!\fl'. and Mrs. B. J. BENEFIT BRIDGE PARTYTO Y

:', Schroeder.C. BE HELD AT INN y

' CIVIL SERVIQE EXAMS OPEN J. E. Beardsley :!:
'::,) L. Downs and E. L. Stewart Mrs. C. L. Downs will be hostessat TO Alll-BRUSH ILLUSTRATORS i= .
left Saturday for a vacation tripto a benefit bridge and bingo party t"

points in North Carolina. They for the Ladies Aid Society to be The United States Civil Service _=!:= REAL ESTATE C =::
expect to be about two weeks. held at the Inn
.", away next Friday, August9th Commission has announced open :
:: ART LAWRENCE 1 1rxx ;
-' beginning at 3:00 p. m. competitive examination to fill air- ; JIM BEARDSLEY

Misses Gwendolyn and Kathleen Tickets ..will go on sale the first brush illustrator positions in the :;: BETTY SPICER I MILDRED DURST ;:_;;:
Brown of South Bay and Miss of the week at fifty cents each and Federal Government. The examina- 1

Louise Hollingsworth sp'nt Sunday everyone is cordially' invited to at- tions cover four grades, 'with :

:with relatives in Miami. tend. II I I salaries: ranging from $1,620 ac .;t;": :2: : ..:;":-tt ..: :;":..:..:.:..: ; :t--tO-t: ;: :t--t;":": :":":":tttti.t. ;":":":":!":":":(




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I I LIDA LARRIMORE. I to be ric.h-

C MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE \We're. really all oF

CHAPTER XIContinued17 "You mustn't go flying around in CHAPTER XII "That's the warmest." Gay took equal rank
the heavens, Gay. That will be the dress from the hanger. t
John's smile thanked Gay. He one more thing for me to 'worry Gay roused, opened her eyes, sat "You'll need it." Debby went to And some folks starve

eyed the check and took a bill from about. Suppose something had hap- up in the high-posted bed. A blastof perch in the deep sill of the window. while here a..m I
his wallet. Gay rose as he pulled' pened" air from the open window struck "You can't keep this old 'house
back her chair. He cupped his hand "But nothing did happen. We her .like the stinging needles of a warm. It's'as draughty as a barn Just hoarding penniesin
beneath her elbow and they walked, reached New York safely and un- shower. She slid back into the warm and there aren't enough radiators." Wik.

circling tables where people, dining, eventfully." hollow her body had made and "It's a: marvelous house, Debby." my( c/;
glanced up as they passed, towardthe "I like it here." Her eyes moved pulled the covers up under her chin. Gay's head emerged through the "CAPi'1'b' ? )
arched door-way into the lobby. around the warm comfortablyfurnished But the blast of air had wakenedher neckline of the gray angora dress."I Y
"Are your things ready?" he room. "I like Mrs. Adams as effectively as though, literally should think you'd be awfully
asked. "Do you need to go up to and Abbie and the children. How it had been an ice-cold shower: I proud of it." 0

your room?" long may I stay?" Her eyes were wide open, her senses I Debby's dark eyes flashed. "I ak

"Send a boy. ''I'll check out." "As long as you like. But-" He alert. No hope of drowsing off into hate it," she said. "When I havea "'-
"I'll take care of that." hesitated. sleep again. house of my own, there isn't going WNU Service.S.trange .
"No, John. Let me." "What, 'John?" She lay looking up at the ceiling to be one old thing in it."
"You're my guest." "I called Mother tonight. She's where bars of sunlight striped the "You like modern
"But, darling-" Her eyes fell expecting us in Rockland tomor- dim ivory-toned paper and minia- decorations?" Gay furnishings drew and
from his face. "All right," she said row. I'm free for the afternoon and ture rainbows, reflections from glass woolen stockings laced on gray Facts.
suede
the bu..; gray
slowly. evening. stoppers in scent bottles on
From the divan on which she sat "But I, can come back here with reau, moved quiveringly. The storm her oxfords ankles., crossed the lacings around

she watched him cross the lobbyto you tomorrow night?" was over, then, the, blizzard which "Do I!" Unfiltered Sunrays ,
the desk, holding himself stiffly, John had predicted. He would be Gods Pay Homage
"I think Mother will expect you "You'd be interested in
moth-
01
she my
.
his shoulders
erect. Though here tonight if the roads were
"
tweed to stay with her for a day or, two. er's apartment in New York. It's Twitching Plant
saw only his back in the dark cleared. But that would be-How "
"You-can't? modern.
suit, she knew how his face looked, many hours away? C. The ultraviolet rays of the sun
"I can run out at night after office-: "John told me. It's .
little grim the jaw line a pent-house, which sunburn
a pro- cause endur-
She glanced at her watch, then are
hours and back in the ..
early morn- isn't it? I don't I'll
nounced, his dark eyes brooding.How plunged her arm under the blankets suppose ever get able because they have been "fil -
ing. It isn't far. His eyes searchedher to New York," she added gloomily."I .
silly of him. But how thoughtless tered" by the earth's
I and quilts. She should get up atmosphere.
face. "You-don't mind Gay?
of her, perhaps. She must be said I immediately. Mrs. Houghton had can't persuade" Mother to go to But at an altitude of 75,000 feet,
"You've told she Boston
never me, even.
careful-She must remember- told her to sleep as long as she these rays would destroy the hu-
When he back to her hesitantly. "What does your mother "Would you like to live in Bos- manskin in
came a liked. But there was no servant two, or three minutes.
think of this-of us? ton?
bell-boy followed with her luggage. except the dour angular woman they The '
C Japanese observe "God
"She was surprised, of course, "I'd like to live anywhere but a
John took her loose fur coat from called '''Huldah and she didn't wantto less
he said guardedly. "But she's got- here. Portland would do. But Month" each year during
the boy, held it, apologized for hur- make extra work. youcan't I
which time few of them to the
ten accustomed to the idea. She Mother go
rying her but avoided her glance. pry away.
She The householdwas
must get up. temples the and lesser
as gods
,They"went out through a revolvingdoor. loved your sending, flowers for her She heard footsteps "This is her home," Gay said, "
stirring. divinities said
are to be absent
Cold wind struck them with birthday. interested in John's younger sister, ,
along the hall, Debby's lovely young paying their annual visit of homage
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"Yes she I rememberthe her It
wrote sympathizing with restlessness
unanticipated force. She was blownin me. '
-voice raised in spirited discussion, to the mikado his
at
a staggering half-circle. He date because I helped you buya thinking how unlike John she was in imperial

caught her. They stood on the birthday present for her in New temperament, though, physically, palace in Tokyo.
pavement in the light washing out York." there was a resemblance."I <:L Only one make of revolver-a

from the hotel.; Their eyes met. "It was sweet of you to remem- IIt suppose it was fun to live here German Mauser-is a true auto- I

"I'm sorry," she said. "I ber. She's eager to meet you. My once," Debby went on, sensing, Gay matic, or a revolver that fires all
thought" sisters, too. And Granny. Granny'sall thought, her sympathy and interest."A chambers with one pull of the trig-

"You were right." His eyes ,were for romance." i long time ago, I mean, 'when ger. All other revolvers and pistols -
penitent, his slow smile self-re- "I don't think I'll feel strange the men went on voyages and are either self-loaders or semi-

proachful. "I was showing off. Forgive with her. Your mother, ,I mean. brought things back from China and automatics, which require manual i
me." She's Uncle John's sister." 1 ,India. Sometimes the women went, trigger action for each shot. j

He was silent. I'11fr too. My great-grandmother who I C The telegraph plant,. desmodium
Gay laughed as '''John approachedthe John was named for did. I'd have liked. of Asia ....
"Is, she like Uncle was, y ill gyrans, tropical still puz-
open door of the second-floor friendly and wise and amusing? I ,that. zles scientists, who cannot explain
sitting-room in Dr. Sargeant's home. have imagined her being that way." "But," Debby continued regret- why its lateral leaflets spontane-

Mary Adams' voice continued, then "Mother is rather ,reticent," John fully, "as they say on the radio, ously jerk up and down every few
broke off as John called in from said slowly. "She's never gotten 'Time marches on.' The place is a minutes, even in still air.-Col-
the hall. back-water, now, and no mistake. lier's.
over my father's death. And then j
"The'last patient ?" she I There's no fun,' except in summer. ji
gone
I her life hasn't been easy. My fa, I
asked, glancing up from needles kf You can't make Mother leave,
ther died when I was twelve years 4&l 4/
that flashed through scarlet wool. old. He left very little. She madea though. She's had plenty chances .
''to sell the house. We could I
"I've padlocked the office door. get
great many sacrifices ,to send me
He went to Gay, settled comfortably to college and medical school. She u1' enough for it, even in the condi- -

in a corner of the davenportand worshiped my father. We, Sarah tion it's in, to live comfortably some-
dropped down beside her. where. The summer people are all r .
and Debby and I, have been her
"Mary, do you think that profes- whole life since his death. Youwon't crazy about it", heaven knows why. I
sional ethics would John thinks- She broke off withan
permit me to be offended if she seems,a little -
cut the telephone wires?" -reserved?" apologetic laugh. "I certainlyam
running on. It's fun to have HOTELWabash
"I shouldn't hesitate, she replied -
There was silence for a moment. someone
talk
to to. You're
even
briskly, and stabbed an amber Then Gay said, "Can't we spend than Ave.Hotel 27 E.Harrison,Chicago.
better looking your'pictures
needle through the rolled length of tomorrow afternoon and evening Near Barn dance. Choice rooms. Daily $1
Gay." VTeekl/$5: up. Paul Marshall, Res.lIcr.Share .
knit wool. with her, and then come back here?" "
"Thank turned
you, Gay from
Mary folded her knitting and "I'm afraid she would be offend- the mirror, smiling."I .

stabbed a needle through the bundleof ed,. but if,you. don't_want to ,go. ." used to watch ,for' pictures of HoldersThe
wool. "There'll be .
a greater pos "I want to do what is courteous, after John went, to debu-
"
sibility of Miss Graham's liking me "What did ,you think? you your public good is, like it were a
but I'd rather be with
you. tante party. They have the swank
if I disappear tactfully now." common bank in which each citizen ,j
"Don't run "I'll come at night. If you were the scrape of a shovel on the 'pavement magazines at the beauty-shop and I has his or her respective

Her small brown away, Mary.face twinkled. ,here I couldn't be with you duringthe outside. Summoning all her 'Miss Sophie let me cut them out to share; and whatever damage is I
day." she threw back the send to John. I thought he liked
"You aren't very convincing, John." courage,, covers, you done the bank therefore injures
She rose from the chair beneath the "But I like it here. It's friendlyand huddled her dressing-gown about pretty well, then, and Uncle John each and every sharer of its stock.
impersonal. With your family her shoulders, slipped her feet into told Mother-" I
lamp. "You can have breakfast
-".She made a helpless gesture. satin mules and dashed across the A clock'in the hall struck a seriesof
anytime like she said smil-
you ,
, ing at Gay. "John has his pretty "Oh you know how it was in New room to lower the window.' strangling notes. Debby slid down "SN '' ;lI//: FIRST, CHOICE OF MILLIONS I
early." York. We quarreled. ,People got If John were here, she wouldn't from the sill. st WHO HAVE MADE IT WORLD'S
"I'll have breakfast with John. in the way. We weren't happy unless mind. Gay assembled fresh under- "It struck nine, didn't it? Then LARGEST SELLER AT IOC.iST.JOSEPII I
we were alone." and it's half past eight and I've got to ASPIRIN
F Will you call me?" wear, toilet articles in prepara- /
,:;. "The children will probably at- His bright pleading glance.. dark- tion for a dash to the bathroom.She scram." I .wish I could stay with

tend to that. You've made a terrific ened. hadn't anticipated being ma- you. Life's
, "We can't Mother and rooned here three without him. "I wish you could. Way
impression on my son, Nat. He's a ignore my days
(TO BE CONTINUED) Life isn't cruel. It hurts butt
sisters. ,
k' susceptible young man. Good-night." She had anticipated none of the con- 'C
k: She tingencies which had arisen noth- heals the hurt. If you let it have
"Good-night, Mrs. Adams., And sat for a moment, silent, looking ,
i' thank you." down at her hands. Then she ing beyond seeing him, being with Explorer Sees WealthIn its way with you it brings peace

; "I do like her," Gay said when lifted her head. "I know. It's go- him again. He would come tonight, Antarctic and happiness in the end.

E; Mary Adams had gone out and ing to be all right. Don't, look so surely, and take her back into,Port- Regions:
; closed the door. despondent, darling." land. There was only today to get Vilhjalmur Stefansson, noted Arc- checksMALARIA

"Mary's very fine." John dropped "Of course it is." His face bright- through. Feeling more cheerful, she tic explorer, believes* that the United '

&::' .... down on the davenport again. ened. "You're more adaptable thanI opened the door, made a quick sur- States is wise to acquire territorial i

:'..' "She tells me that her husband is am and the situation is less com- vey of the situation, then hurried rights in the Antarctic.The 6 6 Ii in T days and relieve-
{ in Manila." plicated." along the hall and down two stepsto vast "down under" continent, ,

.. "Yes, fortwo years. Mary had a "I'm not timid about meeting peo- the bath-room.- he said, may prove to be a valuable COLDSl

bad case of typhoid last summer ple, usually. There isn't much of When she returned to the bed- source of petroleum, radium and NOSB TABLBTS DROPS symptoms lint day
and Dr. Sargeant thought it unwisefor the: shrinking violet in my tempera- room, partially clothed beneath her, food'and that in the near future it '
her to go with him. She's not ment. How shall I act to make the dressing-gown, she found Debby would become valuable for long- Try"Rnb-BIy-Tlsm"-a Wonderful Liniment

very strong and the tropics are en- proper impression?" there. range weather forecasting.He .
ervating. Those two kids are a "Just be yourself, Gay." "Good-morning." Debby turned said the value of the Antarcticcould WNU-7 31-40
handful." "With no-modifications?" Mis- from one of the front windows that not be ascertained because ,no

,"They're darlings. I helped her chief glinted in blue sparkles between over-looked the street., She was a one could look into the future Fault-Finding Spirit

put them to bed. I want two boys her thick dark lashes. vivid, restless, appealing young "Who would have known a hun- Nothing pays smaller dividends

and two girls." Certainly not." His voice was in- thing, Gay thought, dark like John, dred ,years ago that Canada some than a captious spirit. r,
), "Do you?" His dark eyes were dignant. "You're so sweet and gay with dark eyes and crisply curling day would become an important ''II
amused and tender. "Do you want and generous, really generous. Or dark hair, standing slender and source of radium?"Stefansson asked. I

children, Gay?". perhaps I mean tolerant. More thanI straight in the dress of dull red wool, "Benjamin Franklin was a wise
"I've never thought of it espe- am-" her hands in the pockets of the man, and he was smart enough to j

cially; but now, after seeing Skippy "I haven't much character. I can't jacket. make 'a good-sized fortune. Bttt he ", J v l B f

and Nat, I'm sure I do." seem to get agitated about most of "Good-morning," Gay said, smil- knew about petroleum in western ,

: "I'd be awfully jealous of them." the things that people think are im ing."You Pennsylvania and, despite his wis- May Warn of Disordered,
He drew her close to him. "I haveto portant." should have waited." Deb- dom, he could not conceive its commercial Kidney Action

touch you,to be sure you're here. "That isn't a lack of character. by's voice was lovely, low, with con value." Modern life with its hurry and worry
Downstairs in the office I couldn't It's[ poise, self-confidence, knowing tralto cadences,- spirited, alive. "I He said moves by the United Irregular habits, improper eating and
make myself believe it. But 'you what you want and how to get it." meant to come in and lower the States to acquire Arctic regions drinking-throws-Us risk heavy of exposure strain on and the infection workof -

are, aren't you? This is-you." "I know what I want, but gettingit window." She picked up Gay's might seem ridiculous at present, the kidneys. They are apt to become
"Darling! John!" isn't so easy." ,dressing-gown as it fell to the floor. but that in the future the ;/lands and over-taxed other impurities and fail to from filter the excess hfe-givine acid

"This afternoon," he said after a He dropped his head to kiss the "This is beautiful, but you must would be valuable. j[ blood.
; moment, "when I came in and there soft hollow at the base of her throat. be frozen. And that nightgown. "When we bought the Danish West You may suffer nagging backache,
wasn't a letter from you, I was- I "Mother will love you," he said. Nothing but satin and lace." Indies, now called the Virgin Islands leg headache pains dizziness swelling, -getting feel constantlytired up nights

thought-" "I hope so." With her hands on "I've never been in Maine in the ," Stefansson said, "we1 gave nervous all worn out. Other signs
1 "What did you think?"' his face she lifted his head. "Butif winter before." Gay opened the door Denmark all our rights: in Green of kidney burning or bladder ecanty disorder or too are frequent sometimes -

"What I always think; that you'd she doesn't, it isn't especially important of the wardrobe. "That's obvious land. Now it is known that the "urination.

forgotten me, changed your mind" is it? It doesn't matter, from the clothes I brought, isn't it?" territory which was ours in ;(Greenland I kfclneys Try Doan's to pass PtHa.off harmful Doan's excess help body the
"Idiot!" She laughed softly. "I does it? Does it, John?" she asked, laughing. was worth many times more \ waste. They have had more than hall a
couldn't hold out longer. Three His head than the Virgin islands." century of public approval. Are recocrmended -
any dropped against her "Wear this gray one. Debby by grateful users everywhere.
days ago I flew from Palm Beach breast. Her arms went around him, stqod beside her, interested in the He predicted that weather observations : Ask your;neighbor!
'.' to New York." holding him close. contents of the wardrobe. "It's angora ,,in the Antarctic would make it

"Flew? Literally?" i "No No, darling," he said. isn't it?" Her slender, olive- possible to determine weather: con-
"Literally. What's the matter?" "Nothing matters' except that you're skinned hand touched the soft ma- ditions in Australia a year, or twain
he asked in alarm. "You look-" II here." terial appreciatively. advance.

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Man Jury Deadlocks In I NEW GARAGE BUILDING NAVY ENLISTMENT PLACESThe I I, Description S 'T H A Owner Amount


I The Clewiston Laundry has just Navy maintains five enlist TON ..----.---.____ 10 43 :u
LaBelle Car Theft Case Lot 23 Block 22..__..._ Eugene
FeuchUnger _.
completed the construction of a ment sub-stations in Florida accord- Lots 23 to 30, Block 2.71 'f'

26Lot ___._n____.__
new garage building on the north ing to Rear Admiral C. W. Nimitz. 4, Block 139_.__.. Mrs R. N.. Clyde Miller Loser Agent_.______.. 5.68
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LaBelle News) Lot fi Block 1.44
( 139 _.._._
side of the laundry. A room adjoinsthe Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, Lot 7, Block 139: _.. Alice G. Rothrock ___ 1.50
After deliberating an hour and n :Mrs. Hannah M. Hoover' 1.50
: Beg. 40 ft. S ,
of NE ,
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which Is of Senator
garage being used at upon the request Pepper
Cor., Block
a. half Tuesday night, a six man 151S
hopelessly present as a storeroom but may be for this Information. The stationsare 40 ft. E to E line '
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Jury announced they were
of Lot 13. N 40 ft.

deadlocked and Judge GeorgeW. fitted up for .bachelor quarters anda located at: Jacksonville, Post N W 40 to ft.Beg.of Lots_12_ .,',... Glen Neal ____.__ 5.52

Whitehurst announced a mis- leanto addition on the other side Office Building; Miami, Post Office and 13, Block 151 -., t:v. .
Lot 7, Block 167 :-" Yj Mrs. E. A. Schult ___'M- 7.51
trial In the case of the state VS. .
will be used by Mrs. Leah Spicer Orlando Build- Mrs. Sarah F. Feuchtlnger 3.18
Building; Armory Lot 15, Block 167 _._ > ": .<,*'
Willie Collier, 23, on trial im con- Lot 29, Block 167 ,: ....V". Edgar Carlson ..:___ 3.18
for packing plants and flowers from ing; Tampa Post Office Building; : \ n. C. Wilson ....;___. 6.45
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nection with the theft of an auto- Lot 34. Block 167 __ > ,-: Evelyn
J. __ _
Lots 35 and 36 '''Jl ": Shelley 2.46Thos.
Block 1'
her gardens nearby. Marlanna Post. Office Building.
mobile July 1 'from the LaBelle I 167 ....-..-- .., 'S' ,; .' '
the Lot 6. Block 169 "'. B. Shelley ____ 30.36
Motors. It is understood jury : ,
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S. Bell _.
Lot 12, Block 171 -' "* '. ___.__.._ 12.15
stood five: to one for conviction. I Lot 6, Block 172 ._ &-'.'- R. N. Miller Agent _' 1.4-1
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(Continued from Page 6) Mrs. Sarah
F. Feuchtlnger 2.96
Lot 7, Block 172 _.__. L
Chief witness for the state was I I Lot 14, Block 172 __ "' .:V.: :;;/\.1.-:/ '.. W W Perry ____.__.. 14.58

i ;George Harley Fltts who admitted Description S T n A Owner Amount Lot 16. Block 172 _. -.,.o'' ',, : 'Eugene\V. E. Bolton Feuchtinger_._______. 3.02
26.98
he took part In tho theft of the Lot 15. Block 172 __ ,' ? ?'. W E. & J. B. Bolton __ 10.53
NE'.4. of NWof Lot 18 Block 172 ...otii ; .
car and who furnished' Sheriff H. swi _______ 23 U 34 10 Ruth R. Beardsley _..__. 4.70 Lots 7 and 8, Block- --.P: '',::..: 1 Robt. Espie, Jr. ___ 3.02
SW24 of NW}i of I. 173 .. .
with information leadIng -
L. DeLaney ------- -1.- H.
SW% ...:.-____ 23' .43 3-1 8 Glades Purch. Co. __ '4,70NEV4 J. B. Scharnberg_ 6.58I
Lots 11 and 12, Block < :(\
to the arrest of Collier and of NE44 ot. 173 ______ : /:
also to the. locating of three witnesses SE% ____ 23 43 34 10 Glades Purch. Co. __' 4,70SW4 Lot 23, Block 173___ ./ ::}. .::... J. F. Tippcy ____ 5.27
ofSEV :; : May S. Ames
of NE'4 27,47
; who testified they picked up ______... 23 43 34 \ 10 J. M. Couse .;.._..____...__._ 4,70SEh Lot Lot 16 6, ,Block Block 175 176-___ ..'', : 1f.',' J. V. Jones ___ ___, 2.55
the hitch-hiked from ot NE3'4 ot I '. .':. G. E. Etherton 2.43
pair as they SE __ 23 43 3-1 :9 I J. M. Couse _...___.__..___._ 4.70NW'.4. Lot 28, Block 176 ___ '-.'; :Y : R. M. Bishop ___ 2.69V.
c" Buchanan to iLaBelle. of NE94 of Lot 29. Block 176 __ '. .. ';: .' ) '\ J. Costello __.__ 2.69

! SE* _.__-...._. 23 43 34 9 J. M. Couse _____...::._..__..._ 4.70 Lot 36, Block 176 _- 55 '. : Ruth R. Beardsley ___ 3.42
One of these'witnesses' was 534 ot NW3i of SE'4 23 43 34 19 J. M. Couse -.--...-..-"--..--._ 8.34 Lot 4, Block 190 ___.. ,.:. .; o. G. E. Etherton ____._ 2.71
Lot 2, Block 195 __ '
Warden J. C. Hanslfer, chief officer NE%. of SW4 or \ .- :.' l' l ..: Diary E. Paton _..__ 2.n
Lot 4, Block 196. .._ ,:
SE/4 _n.__.';___". 23 43 34 ".10 I J. F.' Royal __-_.::::_._. ,. 4.70 ,,,,;' ; R. N. Miller, Agent '_ 2.43
Lot 6 Block 196 _._ ,
q of the state road convict camp .... 4 : M. E. Vasloe ,..__ ..
Beg. 678.3ft. on a 2.96
Lot 7, Block 201 ___ ? : .
r near Arcadia who said he brought bearIng ot N 89 degrees ) .: Lot 11. Block 201 ". '?;'J./.' r' .<:.. r H. R. Hopkinson ___._ 3.18
--S --- :: G. E.
Etherton
i the boys to Punta Gorda and who 29 min. E 'p Lot 34. Block 201 __._ '.r'": ___ 3.18
." ;', ,. ; Jewell
. from NW Cor. : ':' ;" __ '' ". Seigler _____ 3.45
J Lot I, Block 202 __ -. '
unhesitatingly identified Collier as thence N 89 degrees .- n,. ". .' ,'" Rof Lots 6 and 10, Block ,:' .. .::< Geo. A. Heinz _______ 3.64 ?

. of the pair and the who 29 min. E a distance ., ________.__ .
, one one .... ,. R. N.
i : ts211 Miller _
110 ft., thence S : .. i !;r L and 12, Block Agent 2.:1-1:
i said his name was Collier and that 110 ft.. 'V to Co. ,.' ."-; .K J 202 .__ { ; ; : !. ;
Rd. thence N 10. .' ',." ., .- ------ .O'r.. \'E ; Mrs. F. C. Deacon ___ 4.95
.
;, he had a wife and baby and gave : '. : '.f' f Lot 11.. Block 203_ ... >< F. W. Iverson
degrees and 43 min.. ." ;'.s.. t .k 2.96 I
' Lot 3 Block 204 _..__
: his home Auburndale. Reney ,. ..- ; Geo. Prevatt _
as : : _
'V alg. RD RWY. to Lot 13. Block 204 .__ : ". .., %.. --- 7.11 I
: '
___._ 23 43 : Darrell & Smith .. 13.61 R. N. Miller, Agent __..
pt. or Beg. 34. 25 Pansy 3.04
; Barrow, who drives a dry cleaning ; ; .. Lots 2 and 3, Block ; 'T I Ii
A' Beg. SW Cor. of. Cecil :: :. 207 _.__.____..._ .. .",; 0" i
truck another stretch : R. N. Miller
brought him J. Aiken Tract yv : ;, .J. Land Agent __._ 4.95 ,

l'.. and 'Walter Pierce who drives the Parallel cord : f Lot Lot 7.13,Block Block 207 207__-_.:. .' ;.:,.,,:'f 1".:.',; Thos. B. Logan _____ 2.78 i

1, ', Palm City ice truck testified he 50 ft.. N 150 ft., E t Lots 21 and 22, Block ...":':, :Urs. Frances Neiman --- 2.65 I

and parallel Co. __._____.. : .
L'. picked them up at Trice and dropped RD 50 tt. S to Beg. 23 43 :U I- S .25 Mc W. Fullwood :'____'''__ 4.92 Lot 208 21. Block 208 _.__ hr. < :: : Mrs. Louis' :Mor ______ 4.21 I

'" them at the Four Way station. He WJh of E34 ot NW 4 Lots 25 and 26, ,Block S S / ," f.....,:,':;:, R. N. Miller, Agent __ .68 '

and Wof Ei ot 208 __.___..____ .
r readily identified him and also 50 F. J. Toke-eda. ___.._. __ 9.12 'SEq of NWt/ _._ 24 43 34 Lot 34, Block' 208 __ .< ,A' y.: ,. Allie Spear Burns ____ 4.71 ,

$:. said Collier gave him his name. E1h of NE4 ot NW34 24 43 31 20 Chas. N. Williams --.___. 6.31 Lot 29. Block 354 __.I i ,:;' rL: .j cLot c C.Alice C. Hare G. Rothrock____________ 2.46
tract in 3.29
Gus Cantrell
28, Block 355 -.- ':! ';;;": C. M. Baker ___
Collier the other hand alibied recorded in ; __ 1.21
, : on NEr Lot 9, Block 357 ._.__ .. Fred
_.. ;: t; Menge ____ I
: 2.30
. Deed Book No. 16, :
.; claiming he was, a victim of mistaken Lot 4, Block 358 _:.._ .' '.: : .. :Miss Marjory
page 59 __ 24 4.3 34 9 Gus Cantrell ____._._ 11.43 Lot. Block 358' Durgin -__ 3.29 i
t.;:; identity. He said he had a E1h of NWV otNWt 35 43 J-I 20 S. O. Godman __H___ !..3iE1h Lots 5.15 to 17, Block .... ... .:'.r"' :,; D. R. Larsen 3.29 ,

of NEB of NW24 1 44 34 20 Ernest H. :May _____ 6.37 358 .__. _.___._._ .. ... : : I
: cousin who looked much like -- ., .1 Theresa A.
very E% of SW} of SW4 1. 44 34 20 Robt. D. Lyons ______._._ 4.40 .1. <:. '. Pearson & '
r:1' him and could easily be mistaken E'h of NEt of NW13 44 34 20 E. F. Slattery _.____._ 49.74E34 Lot 34, Block 358 : i".':: Hattie Clew. A. Libby ----: 21.23 I
Realty .
of SWJ4 of NE325 H 3-1 20 E. N. Turner ____ 6.37 \ '' & Dev. Co. 3.29
Lot 43. Block 358 __. ,. ; .
him He
for last moment
supplied Hilda
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Toenberg _
E'h of SVt44 of NWt 29 H 34 20 M. H. White -_______._ 6.37E3 Lots 16 and 17, Block '_ "':' 3.13
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witnesses two truck drivers SWt 9 45 34 20Irs.. Henry Winter __ 6.37 .. .
; named ot SWy4 of 360 .; :
i -------- tl': H. E. Walker ._.__...__
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______ : 3.66
21 45 34 20 Jacob Wolken 6.37
of SW of NE% II
Daley and Cook who said they WV3 Lots 30 and 31, Block '.:: ,> ,_- ;: I
.
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.: of SE% of I 360 ------- -'.... 9 R. L. Guthrie ........ .___
picked him the and Louis ; 5.50 i
up on road NW5 ___ 1. 46 34 10 1\1. D. Caimecheal Lots 34 and 35, Block'o. ':: -
substantiated his claim heat Abeson __----__ 4.02 I 360 r... ... I
f: that ---- -r .. A. A. Dobbins ____ ,
_____ .. 5.50
20 6.37 '
EW' ot SW34 ot NWt4 25 46 34 Unknown 'Lot 16, Block 361 .
spent the week-end in north Florida W3 of NWv4 of SEli. 25, 46 34 20 E. F. Yehllng __ 6.37 ; .. r: J. G. O'Neal ---:-_- 3.29 I
Lot 19 361 __ '
Block
f Clew
:, and Valdosta, going up with AU 2 47 134 640 Tamlami Land Dev. Co. _' 35.69 Lot 30. Block 362 ___ ..:. :: < :. ',,- N. B. Realty O'Kelly && Dev.J. E.Co. 2.30
47 640 Tamiaml Land Dev. Co. 35.69 .,
4
All 34 I
t Daley and back'with Cook and '- Beardsley __.._
Agent _
NWt44 and Sth __ 5 47 34 480 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 1 and EJ2, ;:. ,'2,',";, : :: 3.59
if. that couldn't have been In Hend- McCormack ___._..__._ 22.77 Block 363 --, '. ',': ;-. ..t:SLot Jewell Seigler ___ I
All ________.__.__ 7 47 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 13, Block 363 14.49
:. the time C.
at the theft took '" E. Robbins __.
C' ry county McCormack _._____.___._ 35.9:1: Lot 10, Block 367 -."-r '''; '':'; ____ 11.98
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: Emil Hensbourg ____
E-' place. All __________.__ 10 47 34 640 Tamiaml Land Dev. Co. __ 35.69 Lot 17, ,Block 367 -_-._- ." _.:,.':tht. 1\1. A. Farran 3.6t\ I
1: All ______ 12' 47 34 640 Tamlami Land Dev. Co. 35.69 Lot 25, Block 369 __ .. ..:. '.": : ."'.:. Guy Pearl --_ 3.29. I
: Judge George W) Whitehurst Wlh ot NE} __'__'__ 13 47 34 80 Anton J. Hladik __.--..._ 9.26 Lot 13, .Block 370 ___ :' :_ :':: .> C. T. Menkervis-- I
:; has not set a date for retrial of All ____._____._ 14 41 34 640 Tamlami Land Dev. Co. 35.69 Lot 38, Block 370 -- :,: '.; "'.';:' r Mrs. Ethel I. Button---_-_-_. 3.29 3.65 I
N3 and SE 4 __.___ 17 47 34 HO N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 12, Block 374 H. C. Avant ___. ,
i.. the Fltts is held in -- L ::1.09
; : case. being McCormack _..___ 21.17 Lot 10, Block 377 .' t Mrs. F. C. Deacon & J. D.

th$ Hendry .county jail also charged 'VJ.a ot WJ,2 _.____., 18 47 34 160 .Tamlami Land Dev. Co. 14.55 .'' ..: : .:\ a i. Garber _.___,._._._ 2.96
with the crime. The Eth _____:-__.:- 19 n 34 30 The Dale Miller Realty Co., 18.07 Lot 15. Block 377 ____, '-. f -. : :3I',.) ,. .;t Unknown _, __ __ 3.29
car was W35 _____ 19 47 34 320 N. WhIdden-D. G. Lots 32 and 33, Block ,' "j&t-. '. r.
}! located in. Columbia S. C., a week McCormack ________._. 18.37 377 ____ '' /-;' *?*. ". G. E. Etheton 6.67 p
after it. had been All 22 47 34 640 Tamlami Land Dev Co. 35.69 Lots 17 18, Block i>" v.1 ;
( : reported stolent 640 Tamlaml Land Dev. Co. 35.69 ___ \
l All 24 47 34 378 ___ !. $ : :Mary Hayes Davis ___ 22.20
; and after it was in a collision with All __ 26 47 34 ,"t640 Tamiami Land Dev Co. 35.69 Lot 3. Block 381__ l| E. A. Erickson 2.66

t: another car. Fitts had the AU _'H'_'___'__ 28 47 34 640 Tamiaml Land Dev Co. _. 35.69 Lots 22 and 23, Block ,-?", ./t.?
car All _______._ 29 41 34 6iO N. Whidden-D. G. 383 --..-----. ;.!-f'-; "v C. L. Reddish .... ..____ 5.27
t.;::: -
at the time and was held in the McCormack __ ___ 35.99 Lots 13 to 17, Block ;" .-. :''* '". a- .

Columbia jail, pending arrival of :All ________.___.n.: _..__, 31 41 34 640. N. Whidden-D. G. 385 ___._______?!.?,_ ':. F. G. Johnson ___. '_ 9.98
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McCormack _____.__._ 35.99 Lot 21, Block 412 __ .'- :" .f;" May S. Ames ____ 2.96'J.
., Sheriff' DeLaney after Police Chief I All __..__..___.___ S '33 41 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 21 and 22, Block ./.. :'?::'J ti ::

I.;. L. J. Campbell had notified him .. McCormack __:..-0.--___ 35.99 417 _.______ :;. ':. '.'. -' C. Curtiss __ 3.36A.
: of the Fitts All __.n______. 34 41 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Blocks 419, 420 and \ .,' ,'N;_
arrest. gave his age McCormack ____,___ 35.99 421 _.......__ '. '.,' -. :_. 3 C. L. RY. CO. ____._ 10.56
; as 21 and his home as Utahville, All __ 36 '47 34 640 N. Whldden G. Lots 27 and 28, Block ...:.... '..
S. C. McCormack ____.__..__ 35.99 422 ______ SLots ;. R. N. :Miller _____ 1.7-1
';" All __ __ 1 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 25, and 26, Block ., ,. -. .
Collier was represented .by Attorney McCormack ____ 31.58 423 ----- :to ,' !. Mrs. Eva M. Powell 4.30 .
j. I. J. Barlow of Wauchula All _.__..:..::..___ 55 2 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 27 Block 423 __ ;:'.k::. .R. H. Hopklnson.-: 2.25 .
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'- McCormack H________ 31.58 Lots 28'and 29, Block '.:':) \
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'> and jurors were J. H. Booth All __-'__?._.._:.-_.;,___ 3 (8 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 423 .._---.-___'_ '..: ,. ";.: .';. R. N. Miller ___ 4.43
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Harry Anderson, Richard Small ; : ,' ;; ; McCormack _.__w..__.____. 31,58All Lots 35 ands 6, Block i;;' :x'f : c,

f' __".'___''.'_'_:'____H__': 4 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 446 __._.___.______. ;. *'*:> ,' Jordon Elers __._ _._____ 4.43
,: A. W. .Lawrence Joe Griffin and McCormack _..__..___._.__...._ 31.58 Lot 15, Block 451 _._. ,16 43/34%: .;,, Harvey Guthrie ._._....:...._ 5.75
F"' E. B. Fortson. All __.____._._._____ 5 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 9, Block 495 '__ r .;.. \/. McCormack ___.____.__ 31.58 Lots 12 and 13, Block -'. : \ -j'- > -
; A unique feature of the case All ___';"__'H__"'_"_ ; 6 48 34 640 N. Whldden-D: G. 495 ._______ ., ., :-., Ruth R. Beardsley L........ 6.31
:.;. came to light when it was discovered '-.+ McCormack _____.___ 31.58 Lot. 14, Block 495 ___ % ."""> : Claude L. Beckett 3.87
: All __._._.__ 9 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 16, Block 495 __ C. l\I. Allen __ 3.23R. I
that entrance to the building McCormack _____.____ 31.58 I Lot 9, Block 498 ____ ._ N. Miller, Agent __" 1.44
t h' was gained by removing a window All ______._____. ___ 10 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 15, Block 498 __ :Mr s. Edith L. Taylor ___ 2.70
: McCormack .______ 31.58 Lot 7, Block 505 _,_._ 15 43 34 Mrs. Holdsworth _ 1.44
4 light which was replaced and All _. _____.___ 11 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Blocks 605, 606, 607 !

r puttied at the .time, evidently after :McCormack -.:....._.____ 31.58 and 608 y. 16 43 34 3 RR. RT-'V. _____ 3.72 .
the TOWNSITE OF THE Block 610, 612, 613,
car was rempved. CITY OF CLEWIS' 614,. 615 and 616 ?_ 15 43 34 10 RR. RT-'V. ___ 10.61 I.

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