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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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 37 o. CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1040 SUIJSCmPTION $2.00 PER YEAR ',::
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SUGAR CORPORATIONTO Parents Urged To List THREE ARE BURNEDIN Kiwanis Club To Hold RE-CONDITIONING OF '


Children For Band Dance Friday Night :

BEGIN FEEDING BOILER BACK-FIRE GRADE SCHOOL WILL'1

C. E. Miner, Clewiston school Another dance will be staged by !

PROJECT AT DAIRYThe those board parents member,who has wish requested their childto that AT MILL ON FRIDAYMax the August Kiwanis 30, for Club the on benefit Friday of night the, BE COMPLETED SOON,1';

play in the school band -this underprivileged children's fund and \

United States Sugar Cor- quickly year communicate as possible. Mr.with Miner him will as Meluh, sugar house foremanand everyone is urged to attend. The renovation and alteration of

poration will enter into a cattle take the children's names, call a H. J. B. Scharnberg, sugar Permission has been given by the grammar school building is

feeding and study propect withina meeting at which the band director, house superintendent, are recover- the school authorities for the use nearing completion and the open-

short time, using locally produced Prof. F. G. Sturchio will be pres- ing ''in the Clewiston Emergency of the new auditorium for the dancQ ing of school on September 16 will s r

P feeds mixed with molasses, it was ent and try to get the band organized Hospital from painful though not and Tommy Keffer's orchestra of find the work finished and the

announced this week by Jay W. before the opening of school. ,serious burns received on Friday West Palm Beach has been engagedto building cleaner and more attractive -

Moran, vice president and general Unless the _child has had some afternoon of last week, in the back- furnish the music. Admissionwill than at any time in many

manager of the corporation. experience on a certain instrumentit fire from a boiler burner at the feed be $1.00 per couple.A years.

Arrangements are being made to is likely that Prof. Sturchio will plant :of the U. S. Sugar Corpora- series of these dances is plan- The entire Interior wall surface

'. care for at least two hundred headof assign him to the instrument which I tion. E. W. Uellendahl, another ned and one held a few weeks ago, has been painted, most of it white

cattle at the site of the old he feels that the student is best foreman, was slightly burned but although the crowd was small, was with a trimming of blue. The

Clewiston Dairy and fattening pens able to play.County was discharged from the hospital said to have been the best dance plaster wainscoting has been painteda

\ are now under construction. Sidesof after being given first aid treat- held here in several years. light brown. The result has

the dairy barn have been boarded Commission ment. been to greatly increase the light .

up to be used for storage of The oil burner on the boiler Large AttendanceAt in the halls and in the class roomsof

feeds. Prohibits Issuance Of which supplies steam for lemon the building. New lighting fix-

.-. J. B. Hendry, well-known county grass processing had been giving -Song FestivalIn tures have also been added throughout k
trouble and the fire had gone out.
the building. Floors which
cattlemen will participate in the PermitsThe
More
Liquor
'
In attempting to correct the trouble
have been heretofore oiled
project and will furnish the cattle, Azucar VillageA are now
and put the burner in a working
said to' be a strain of Hereford being sanded and will be given- a
condition Mr. Meluh inadvertentlyturned I .---- coat of new type floor wax.
stock, for the fattening experi- board<<; of county commissioners I
ments. The cattle will be moved Tuesday instructed their attorney on the air blast which feeds number of Clewiston people Most important alteration has ,i

here as soon as the pens are com- H. A. Rider to draw up a fuel to the burner. An accumula- attended the U. S. Sugar Corpora- been the ceiling up of the stage {Y
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tion of oil which had collected in
pleted. resolution prohibiting the grantingof tion song festival at the Azucar front and the space formerly, used .s
the mouth of the discharge vent
The Everglades Experimental any other liquor licenses for the Plantation Village on Saturday as a stage will now be used as a
was forced into the hot burner and
Station of Belle Glade will also sale of distilled spirits ,in Hendry The resultant backfirewas afternoon of last week where colored library. The room formerly used ;

assist in the project by rendering I county. ignited.instantaneous and caught the employees of the corporationvied as the auditorium will become a V

every aid possible with feeding This resolution, properly signed, with" one another for prizes class-room. Thus is added two
formulas and other technical in-I will be submitted to' the state men before they could get away for musical ability and enjoyed the class-rooms which are and will 'be
from the burner. Burns
formation.The I beverage department in Tallahassee, were biggest celebration of the summer badly needed.
mostly on the face, and hands.
is which department will be guidedby months. The exterior of the building will
sugar corporation now Contrary to some reports there
manufacturing cattle feeds at the : the resolution in refusing to was no explosion and machinerywas Starting at eleven o'clock in the I not be touched this year but school

new dehydrating plant by the pro- increase the number of such licenses only slightly damaged. morning was the children's sing- I board member C. E. Miner states

cess of mixing dehydrated forage issued in this county until a ing contest which was won by the I that he is planning, as soon as pos-

crops with molasses from the sugar growth in population would justifyit. children's group from Benbow plan- sible, to paint the red brick witha

house. Lemon grass pulp, from tation Village.. These children'' were white water-proofing paint 'to

- which is extracted an oil of com- It was brought .out that there MC GEHEE CLEAREDOF presented with a full set of books. match the new building. u

mercial value, soybeans, sorghums were seven places licensed to sell At noon hot dogs, buns and Going up this week near the

, and other crops are being tried hard liquors at Clewiston, threeat lemonade were served and the basketball 'court is a small frame

: out. By using these feeds for LaBelle and one at Felda. The ANY BLAME IN crowd was so great that the tre- building which will be used as a

., fattening their own stock the corporation latest unofficial census count gives mendous supply of food was almost workshop by the vocational agri-

will be able :to accumulate Hendry county' a population of TRAFFIC FATALITY depleted and the lemonade culture classes of Joel Keen, new

; .- valuable data for use in feed manufaCture 5,199. supply of four barrels gave out and instructor in this course. Paul

....: and sale. ( 'Clerk William T. Hull told the two more were made before thirsts Bussey is doing the work.
t commissioners that deeds for the ---- Childen are already making good C
The manufacture oJ< feeds is be: Pat McGehee, son of Mr. and were quenched.
right-of-way on lands along the use of the two new playgroundslides
ing-undertaken as a means of using Mrs. J. A. McGehee of Clewistonwas After luncheon came the quartet
V .,
proposed route of the road to be which have been erected. A ; ,
the byproduct es from the absolved of all blame in contest and the Azucar Quartet was
built by; the Indian agency have merry-go-round ,and trapeze has .
sugar house. nloll'as connection with 'the death of adjudged the best with each mem- ,
, been, secured.withebe.a: exception. of -' also been recehedbut has not as .
_w.. ; .: ---"" Jerran W., Harrel on Friday nig'hi'of ber receiving, a gold button.A .
two sections and 'a subdivision. The yet been set up. This will be taken V
i. :;.Q ft ,Small Captures road is to be constructed beginning last week from injuries sustained beautiful pedestal trophy was I care of and all old equipment re- ,,:

at the south end of the, Devil's when struck by a Standard Oil presented to the Azucar Village for I novated before the beginning of :'

: .- : Big Sailfish Sunday Garden stretch which runs south truck driven by McGehee near Bare the best community singing. These the school term, Mr. Miner says. -::

,J beginning at a point about two Beach Wednesday afternoon, whena sings had been judged during the I

$:'./, : miles west of the LaMoorton clubon coroner's jury assembled at Belle week by a committee from Clewis- Gulf Station Has 't
Y ',,'. G. H. Small joined the ranks of state highway, on which the Glade Wednesday afternoon to investigate ton composed of Mrs. .R. N. .Smith, ;

e' ,' successful salt water fishermen WPA is at work widening and the case returned: a verdictof Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. : .':
,'(.' Clewiston when he Unique New Service ;
: from Sunday remarling the present grade, and unavoidable accident. Rackstraw and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad .

: landed a seven and-a half foot sail following 'a southeasterly directionto Two unexpected witnesses were who had been provided transportation .-- f'
fish weighing forty-nine pounds in two negroes who said they were the corporation'to
by
the Seminole Indian reservation.The sugar G. B. Thomas, manager of the .'
the ocean waters off Palm Beach. II board was of the opinion that driving behind the truck in whichHarre'l visit each of the village singing Gulf Service Station at Sugarland ,
' He will be awarded a certificate for and his were'
'
son riding meets.
", the right-of-way on the remaining and Pacific, is asking that everyone V ""t
the catch by the Palm Beach club r'
when it the side of
I stopped on :?
sections would be received soon. At there
three-thirty was a program in Clewiston register their name .
and had the fish been six inches the road near Bare Beach. The I :
The commissioners voted to dis- given by the Choral Group and and street address with him as wellas
longer would have received a gold two jumped off the truck and were ,0\1,
continue the regular mid-month the United States Sugar Corpora- their next door neighbor's name :

button. meeting of the board for the next talking together just behind the I tion band, thirty minutes of this in order that he may be better able V ,,:

Mr. Small is having the fish few months., Accordingly, there truck on the highway. The negroes program being broadcast over Station to direct visitors to places in the :}

." .mounted and expects to display it will be but one regular meetinga were forced'to stop their truck be- WJNO in West Palm Beach community where they wish to go. ;
in the Clewiston Bar when it is -
month, the first Tuesday. hind the other as they saw the oil II have been received
' ,. ., t Many compliments Mr. Thomas is making rio charge
received.
1. truck said the
approaching. They
I on the program from radio if will cooperate it
and everyone
;: He had previously landed a six ,
younger Harrel apparently saw the
. Local listeners.A much-needed service to
Team Loses will be a
kingfish before the big ,
teen-pound ,
truck and stepped off the road and
ten dollar cash prize for the the community. He says that almost -
sail struck and after battling the
his father looked instead at the
Two To best decorated car went to Angelina everyone who comes here and
fish for more than forty minutes Pompano
negro's truck and stepped out into
Smith of Townsite Village; a second is looking for some particular personor
was ready to call it a successful the middle of the road just in timeto
.J. -- prize of $3.00 to George Maxey of place stops at his station and
. ., fishing trip and come home. He The Clewiston baseball team of strike the oncoming oil truck. Pelican Lake and third prize, '$2.00to he wishes to be able to give the -'..,
.::" still contends, in spite of hints of the Lake-Coast League continuedits McGehee said that he had just Gertrude Garmon of Townsite. exact information desired.In .

companions to the contrary, that losing streak Sunday at Pompanoby slowed up at Bare Beach as was his Village prize for the best float wentto line with a desire to give ..

S he landed the fish without assist- dropping two contests to the custom for a customer there always Azucar Village and Ritta was customers in' the community better

ance. Pompano team which is now leading motioned to, him by a wave given honorable mention.A service Mr. Thomas has recently

, ,. E. M. McCoy who .the week pre- the league. of the hand If anything was needed.He table tennis set was given to installed a Bean steam cleaner for

, .. vious had captured a piize-winning I Pompano won the first game 6.2 had just begun to gather speed the Townsite Village for having the the removal of grease and grime
wahoo and has almost every one of with mound for when he noticed the truck
Avant the parked I
on I best ,representation present at the from the chassis of autos, tractors
: the big game fish to his credit in Clewiston. The second game was ahead and although he slackened festival stock. The cleaneris
other rolling
and
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.
\ two or three trips out says that won 5-3 with Roberts taking the speed to some extent and had his Jay W. Moran, vice-president and a very compact unit and is elec-

/ 'heis accepting the big sailfish asa role of pitcher for the first time. foot on the brake did not apply it. general manager of the sugar cor- trically operated using fuel oil for

challenge and will not stop until Although defeated he was credited He was not conscious of the man (Continued on Page 10) the generation of steam. A clean-

he has brought in a larger one with a nice pitching job. giving up being anywhere near until he saw solution is also used in con-

than that taken by Mr. Small Sunday only four safe hits, fanning two and him hit the rear view mirror at ing for heavy
steam
Motor Parts Store junction with
He has already landed a the side
issuing two walks. of the truck. Apparently Customers and friendsare
: :' barracuda, a king, a dolphin, a cleaning.
The close and well the walked into the
games were man directly the station ,for a
invited to
bonito Here Monday
and a wahoo. played with few errors being made truck and was knocked down and Opens demonstration.Since .

by either team. Avant was again under the rear wheels. Clewiston Motor Com-
-- the
Thief Proof Fence the star of the Clewiston offense Harrel was first brought to Clew service
I B. L. Thompson, owner of the pany has ceased to operate a
'with a triple and double. iston for treatment and
a I emergency station has
Thompson Auto Parts Company station, the Thomas
To Be Built At The Clewiston then rushed to West Palm Beach
'" Once line-up was revamped stated this week that their new installed pumps, for marine :white
to a considerable extent He lived, with only an outside would in stoves, lamps
. supply house in Clewiston gasoline to be used
''- for the games with Ray Bass at chance for recovery, until Friday where
:, ', ; open for business Monday morning. and other gasoline equipment
-;.. : Carawan Nelson, senior engineer first base, Owen Winn at second, night. Funeral services were held I
.- The new business Is located in a colored gas is not practical.
...:' .':, in charge of the Clewiston U. S. Coburn Moore at shortstop, Ed in West Palm Beach Saturday.
'. new building recently completed on
Engineer sub-office stated' this Ward at third base, A. C. Carltonin VISITMiss
Francisco Street just north of the HEALTH OFFICERS
week that plans have already been left field, Roberts in centerfieldfor MAROONED ON LAKE
locatedin
hospital. It was formerly
drawn up for the new thief-proof the first Sandy Bell in
game, ,
of Sebring,
Fort but the entire busi- Hoxsey,
Myers Margaret :
Mrs. W. Moran Miss
Dorothy
Jay ,
cyclone
fences which are to be rightfield. Only four of these
ness has been moved here. supervisor of the Hendry-Highlands
Timberlake and Martin Timber-
built
around all struc-
government players were in regular positionand
Mr. states that his and Miss Elizabeth
Thompson
Health Unit
lake
marooned for several
tures in the Okeechobee-Caloosa- the new combination Is believed were
business is more wholesale than Daniels Highlands County nurse
,
hatchce project. Requisitions have to-have been a change for I hours Tuesday night on Lake Okee-
retail and is transacted mainly with Wednesday in company
here
chobee were
been gent in and as soon as the the better. I about three miles from shore
fencing arrives a crew will be put when the fuel line begame cloggedon garages, service stations and reg- with Miss E. V. McCloud, Hendry
to work erecting them. Mrs. Moran's Chris-craft speed- istered dealers. He will stay in the nurse. 1\Iiss' McCloud will leave
KIWAX1S MEETING
field the greater part; of the time September t to take a specialnurse's
This fence is considered all the ster. A. O. Ward found them aboutten
o'clock and the store here will be in chargeof I training course at William
that towed
V protection necessary for the hurri- Following a short dinner meeting night and I the first of
G. F. Mabry.Featured College until
and Mary
them back to Clewiston.The .
cane gates, drainage culverts and
Wednesday evening at the 'Inn the
Double Diamond
parts are -
the year.
locks but it is planned, keep an members of the Kiwanis Club wentto ,
War announcedthis county health
Department i gears and axles Champion Dr. C. W. Pease,
? times.armed patrol on the levees at all join committees from other civic week the transfer, effective spark plugs, and DuPont paints as officer was also here Wednesday to

organizations to look over the pro- Sep 1, of the 23rd composite well as a complete line of N. A. conduct a hookworm clinic. He

These prevautions are being posed new community house and group and the 113th Air Base P. A. auto parts. He invites people returned the first of the week

taken, along with closing of locksto make plans for its division for Squadron, with medical detachment, of Clewiston to look over his from his vacation and will, as in

attempts visitors at, in sabotage.order to forestall any necessary purposes }If and when it from Maxwell Field to Orlando, new place of business and buFopl } the past, visit glewiston on Fridayof

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GladiatorsAt AROUND Items of Interest r
Training Winged
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U. S. 'West Point of the Air' [the {HOUSE, .. to the Housewife- -



a wR I Clean paint brushes used for en- All vegetables should be put on
BE EN Now that the government has launched its huge preparedness cam ameling with turpentine. When to cook in boiling water. This
paign, the classes at Randolph Field, Texas, Uncle Sam's' "W'est Point used to shellac, clean with denatured holds' the major portion of the

Washington, D. C. of the Air' will be bigger than ever., The course consists of about), 70 alcohol. mineral matter and starch within,
DISAGREE hours of flying, of which ,30 hours are dual instruction and 40 hours * *
THE LINDBERGHS
There have been two backstage solo. Civilian candidates must be unmarried male citizens of the United Grass stains can easily be re- When stewing fruit, add the sug-
developments regarding the radio States between 20 and 27 in excellent health and spotless character. moved from linens, cottons or ar just before taking the fruit off
white stockings by rubbing the the
broadcasts of Colonel Lindbergh.One stove. In this way far less
stains with molasses before washing sugar is needed than if-it
is the fact that the men who is'puJ
originally encouraged him to go on ;c 1 in at the beginning..
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the radio, now are backing vigorously :
The backs pictures should be Delicate colors in
away. The other is the still unsolved washing materials
mystery of those now behind ,tV. s"rr" Inspected from time to time. If will not fade if before be-
there are any holes in the paper, ing washed they are soaked in __
him.The two men who originally got fresh pieces should be pasted over tepid water to which a few dropsof -

the flying colonel on the air are them, or dust will get in. turpentine have been added..

Fulton Lewis, enterprising radio
newscaster, and William R. CastleJr.
., undersecretary of state during : Strange Facts And the Director Meant
the Hoover administration. Castle
now denies emphatically that he is ABSOLUTE QUIET!

having anything to do with recent t Swift Canal Travel I

broadcasts, while Lewis intimatesthat One of theclassrooms ny' ; Loud Whale Blow The director was preparing to
the farther he keeps away from at : o Market for Rust shoot a scene on stage 6.
Lindbergh's microphone the better. ry "Quiet!" he ordered.A .
Field. The
The man who now seems to be Randolph Q The United States fleet can go technician stepped on a loose
close to the flying colonel is Col. students are receiving j floor-board, and the resultant
Robert McCormick, publisher of the instructions in radio code work. a'' :''' :x through remarkable the Panama canal with squeak brought the director whirl- h.
Not
speed.
long ,
Tribune who is violently tapped from the >f ago ing round with "
Chicago Messages are r t 110 of its ships passed through in a yell: "Quiet!
anti-British and pro-appeasement. rostrum on a "buzzer." The stu 11 ; a ,: t 48 hours, thus moving one vesselin A makeup man dropped a lip-
Whether or not McCormick inspired dents receive them through their stick, and the almost inaudible
and another out 26 minutes -
: Lindbergh's latest speech is not headsets and write them down. every thud brought a scream from the
I ; known, but Lindbergh was McCor- '' director: "Quiet! QUIET! !1"
,4..' mick's house guest while in Chi- Three classes enter the schooli'S: C. The loudest respiratory move- A hush fell over the set as the

:), cago, and also it is interesting to each year ; / ments known are those of whales. camera started to grind and the
r: note that the broadcast originated ii : When harpooned, they sometimes director signalled to start the ac
I ;;: over WGN, which is McCormick's '" ". stay under the water for as longas

n- radio station. two hours and, coming to. the tion.Two submachine guns burst into

.-., Mysterious Colonel Smith. 53 F 3&&A 'surface, expel their long-held a deafening chatter, pouring atream \
S.t. Another man who has been close breath with such force that the of lead into a kitchen filled
h. to Lindbergh is Col. Truman Smith, sound can be heard for more thana with crockery.The .

: of U. S. army intelligence, and the mile. scene was over.
f- army's chief specialist on Germany. Although only 24 states imposea
I J' Colonel Smith was stationed at tax on retail sales, nearly $450-
I : V before the advent of is collected "TAKING THE COUNTRY BY STORM"
; Fort ,Benning 000,000 a year in this ASK YOUR DEALER FOR 1 frt
I Hitler, when some German officers way. Incidentally, only three KENT I Th.7 Singl.or Outstanding 10 Double BLADE CdgBtid VALUE.* I IU 11C
i: came there for training. He became states, Alabama, Louisiana and CUPPLES COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
:- a great friend of the officers, and as Mississippi,,.have,made their sales
military attache in Berlin several tokens interchangeable for the
Always a Duty
V; years later, renewed that friendship. convenience of interstate shoppers. Knowest thou not, that thou
d, In fact he was giving amazingly ac- r'--
C.A large Eastern railroad sells canst not move a step on this
:- curate information regarding the from 200 to 500 tons of rust monthly earth without finding some duty to

: German army. to :various steel companies, be done, and that every man is
i"Y For instance, when Germany which use it in the manufacture of useful to his kind by the very fact
into Poland last Colonel
moved
year *'
pig iron.-Collier's. of his existence-Carlyle.
Smith was able to tell the war department ----.----_____. ._._...,"'.>._u_ _.. .
It the points which the Ger- I

[( man army would take, and almost The eyes of this cadet are. undergoing Parachute instruction. The cadetsare I'I'I
'_' the exact hour it would take them. a rigid test. Ears, heart and dropping)' the "skyhooks' with I'I'II'II

'. At first, the war department would muscular action ,also come in for 200-pound dummies in a specialroom __ I I
not believe his information, eventu-
:
rigid inspection. at Randolph Field. I
i'. ally had to admit its soundness. A .
: Colonel Smith to know Lind- ,, -
:'. bergh in 1938 when got the latter spent !fu e:::: %ftJf: .'!:'(:mf.:::; :1wSrf.1: :; 'tiJt7'.n: .M t. 19fiBM1@a''i : ,

i : much of his time in Berlin, so'when v -
t;i: Lindbergh now comes to Washington !tk :: : ; I IJ IS
'
o sometimes for broadcasting, heI L

frequently stays at Smith's house. ..
,
The colonel was reported to have
hand in of the
had a writing some
I'. broadcasts. This he later denied. -
\ Opinion in the war department is a'eh

.'.: unanimous that Colonel Smith is an I&tOli&t,0'
extremely able officer, but" it is :
f. mIXed.as. to whether his admirationof (.
11;;, Germany is purely from the
-
t
t:V.,. Opposite viewpoint.Lindberghs.Mrs. widowed' :: \ .

t-< Dwight Morrow, ,,
t tyV mother-in-law of Colonel Lindbergh, flMS k w .

i' isn't the only member of his family CAL /
: who disagrees with him on his anti- t 7itltllll
.. tll1 _
itG.:: .Itt 9o
r ,
V British, pro-appeasementviews. The 'h. ai

I. '. flier's wife, author of the moving This U. S. training ,plane is SHE.. ".ORIGINAt. II ____ "if JIO q, .
"North to,, the Orient" and "Listen, -- .
about into slow 1J/J '
to go a roll, witha A ? "- I);
1 ;,
the Wind also P "
; sees differently /f.1(: ;
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:r'i' student pilot at one of the dual __ f i't; "a. ti t+- .
from him.
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UUt.IIU1' '
The mother of two small boys and controls. Right: Model planes are It""'" "Inn nn. % (
:, fearful of the limelight, Mrs. Lind- used to demonstrate proper air II"

"! bergh has shrunk from a public expression technique. tt

't' of her strong anti-Nazi be' i... ,,<
"C"-I -w
.v"" > :%--.1 : :?" Switch like
!
to something you'll
liefs. But personally she feels just .
, : as forcefully about them as her gan-
:.. gling husband does about his, opposite MADE BY KELLOGG'S IN BATTLE CREEK'''.
F?,'. convictions. Since he has taken
to the public' arena as the leading -

k.' appeasement champion, Mrs. Lindbergh n..: !.. k : .. t. Kiv4w'8' ; ,/.

f r..'.," has become even more se-. ictJLuiii i i.5.,,-. i j** **r'3yiiffiy' rJLvv' Trained Heart t 1.i heart is a menace, however many
cluded than before. J w JSi .xr-' ef !* A The man anywhere with a I[ degrees he may write after his

One ironic angle to Lindbergh's trained head apart from a trained |I I. name.-Anon.
1 V stand is that it is bringing him ef-

;", fusive encomiums from a unique t'r /;. ,1
"',;" quarter. When he sneered at Rus- AjgiM, w.W ., Y' /
sia's air strength in 1938, Commu-
nists couldn't find language acid 44; 4', a;: t;

enough to blast him. Now, he is
.
their great hero. V
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the names of crew member Paradise
every on A Vacation
French ships, and his relatives back 200 training planes. Located on highest point of Lookout Mountain, overlooking Chattanooga
home in France. So when Marshal Photo shows student and a-venmouSum ranges.Cool nights-pleasant days.AU sports,including
tennis Rates moderate. Addrett
riding
outdoor swimming pool. golf
Petain finally sued for an armistice, pilots and planes just S. JOHN UTTLEGREEN, Manager
the Nazis told relatives they wouldbe before the daily program Lookout Mountain Hotel Chattanooga. Tennessee

interned unless the French fleet gets under way.

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Chief moral to be gained from this part of the strenuous THE SPECIALS

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British fleet loan to the United
cadets in of our town announce in columnsof
States. The Germans undoubtedly ing undergo this paper.They mean money saving to our readers. It always pays to patronize
have a list of the relatives of British being transformed to merchants who advertise.They are not afraid of their merchandise or their prices.

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SUNDAY iLesson A on Various, Subjects.


By HAROLD L. IfnhR. D. The Questions The Answers I
Dean of The Moody l t
of Chicago 1. How round of boxIng 1. Until
long was a one of the fighters scored
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when John L. Sullivan ruled a knockdown over'his opponent.

the ring? 2. Six weeks.

Lesson for August 25 2. How long was Abraham Lincoln 3. Soldier field, located in Chicago -

: President before the Civil war Illinois, takes this honor. Its

broke out? seating capacity will handle a
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected
and copyrighted .by International 3. What is the largest stadiumin crowd of 125,000 persons.
Council permission.of Religious Education: used by America? 4. The University of Michigan at

4. What universities compete for Ann Arbor, and the University of

CONFESSION AND FORGIVENESSLESSON the Little Brown Jug on the grid- Minnesota at Minneapolis.

iron each year? 51: One gained at too great a
TEXT-II Samuel 12:13 M; 5. What is a Pyrrhic victory? cost. .
Psalm 51:1.3, 9.13: 32:5.
GOLDEN TEXT-Confess your faults one 6. Does each star in the American 6. No, the stars represent the
to another, and pray one for another that flag represent a particularstate states collectively, not individu
be healed. James 5:16.
ye may '
? ally.

If the Bible, told us only of perfect

people, we would recognize it as

: # :.: I K ; : being not true to life and assuredlyof
? no help to us who know our own
sinful natures. The Bible, however, HOW to SEW RUTH:fifTH I

tells; us in all truthfulness of the

bad as well as the good, the weakas

well as the strong, the humbleas
well as the mighty. board is % inch thick and four

The lesson centers around David, inches wide. The scallops were

y the humble shepherd boy who be- WASTE marked by drawing around a tea-

came king; and ,in the height of SPACE / cup and were cut out with a jig

his glory, being tempted of his own saw. I want to tell you how the
WHEN YOU PLAN A PICNIC FOR A CROWD is
laundry bag made too. Watchfor
evil desires, fell into the lowest of
(Recipes Below.) it week.
next
,
,
sin, 'which he then sought to cover
*
Community picnics are fun! They by a well-planned murder. He findsno
There's something social a NOTE: As a service to our readers -
offer an opportunity for a carefree very peace until he repents and returns SPACE
day under the open skycarefreefor and heartwarming about enter- to God. Three words sum- Mrs. Spears has prepared a

even the chairman in charge of taining friends in your own home. marize the lesson.I. series of homemaking booklets.
And entertaining needn't be expensive RED AND :No. 5, just published, contains 32
affairs, if she's planned her program Sin (II Sam. 12:13, 14). WHITETICKING
wisely.If nor does it necessarilymean pages of clever ideas fully illus
well and chosen her helpers That little 'three lettered word ONASHADE
a'lot of work! trated and a description of the
the crowd to be served is a seems to have the hiss of the ser- ZIPPER LAUNDRY SAG
Eleanor Howe's cook book, E ROLLER HANGS VNDER SHELF J other numbers. To get your copy
it's a good idea pent in it-sin-the cause of all
really large one, "
send order to
Entertaining will give :
to have one com "Easy man's woes and .the heartache of a EVERY Homemaker knows how
the of doinfa just that
mittee member you secrets loving God. many steps could be saved if
rJ Y responsible for -entertaining without fuss and David had tried to hide his sin table linens could have a special MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
and to fit budget.You'll .
bother
,,11: each main dish your and he said, "My bones waxed old closet in the kitchen or pantry. In Drawer 10
1\ such as meat, potatoes find in "Easy Entertain- through my roaring all,the day long. one home that we know of space Bedford Bills New York
kindof
9 almost
r. salad, dessert ing" plans for every For day and night thy hand was for such a closet was going to Enclose 10 cents for Book 5.
Send 10 cents in cointo
//'JI;'II and beverage party."Easy Entertaining," care of heavy upon me" (Ps. 32: 3, 4). "Be waste all because cupboard doorsor Name ...............................

_ I and one re- Eleanor Howe, 919 North Michi- sure your sin will find you out" drawers would conflict'with the Address ...............n............
sponsible for extras such as buns, .(Num. 32:23) is just as true todayas door shown here in the small
butter, relishes, etc. There'll be a gan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. it was in David's time. sketch. At the right you see how:

serving committee and a clean-up The nature of sin is described in that space became an efficient lin-

committee, as well. molasses, and spices, and salt. Dis- Psalm 51, and if we may anticipatea en closet after all-complete even Today Is Different

Picnics for four or five familiesare solve soda in cold water, and add to bit, we note that it is describedby to a smart laundry bag for soiled

usually co-operative affairs. the first mixture; blend well. Beat three words: "transgression," napkins and table covers. Today is not yesterday; we ourselves

Each family may supply its own egg whites until stiff, and fold into meaning a rebellious "stepping The high compartment has a '' change; how can our works

lunch, but more often each one pro- batter. Add flour, and mix until over" God's boundaries; "iniquity," door of plywood. Below this are 'I' and thoughts if they are always to

vides one item in large enough quan- smooth. Roll out to %-inch thick- from the same root as our word shelves with a curtain on a shade be the fittest, continue always the

tities to serve the crowd. One fam- ness on a lightly floured board. Cut "unequal," meaning crookedness of roller. The curtain runs up and same? Change, indeed, is pain-

ily might provide the salad, one the with 3-inch cookie cutter, and heart and life; and "sin," which down between the shelves and the ful; yet ever needful, and if mem-

meat, and still another family the press a raisin into the center of means missing the mark, a life go- scalloped board that frames the ory have its force and worth, so .

dessert, which might be watermelon each. Sprinkle with sugar. Bakeon ing the wrong way. closet, as shown at the left. This also has hope.-Thomas Carlyle.
I
a luscious chocolate cake or a moderately
sheet'in
a greased cookie a -
Note that sin while it
bring
may
'
freezer full of oldL fashioned ''ice'
for
hot oven (400 degrees)
sorrow and trouble to us and those
cream. With a little planning, the about 10 minutes.
about is' the
round us, "against
cost can be fairly equally distrib-
Barbecue Sandwiches. Lord" (v.- 13 and Ps. 51:4). The sinner -
uted.When (Filling for 3V4 to 4 dozen buns) must face and 'answer to God ,
an outing is in the offing and 2 pounds beef for his sin.Nathan's. l THAT'S WHAT I LIKE ; rFyr
it's up to you to plan the menu fora
crowd, you'll find these picnic 2 pounds pork straightforward dealing ABOUT CAMELS;, THEY
LIKES
MY BUDGET
pointers helpful. 1 tablespoon chili powder with David brought him to ,, BURN SLOWER AND r ,

1. If lunch is being prepared at 1 teaspoon white pepper II. Repentance (Ps. 51:1-3, 9-13). HAVE A GRAND THE EXTRA SMOKING-

home, choose foods that permit be- 'ri teaspoon red pepper What David expressed to Nathan"I %y yl' IN CAMELS.TOO,
EXTRA FIAVOR
forehand preparation, and that are 1 L teaspoon dry mustard have sinned against the Lord"is

not too difficult to carry or to serve. 1 L% tablespoons salt more fully expressed in the

2. Provide a fairly simple meal, '/ cup flour great psalm of penitence which 'we
with plenty of everything but not so Ph L cups tomato puree or condensed know as Psalm 51. Dr. Wilbur M.

much variety that it will cause con- tomato soup Smith well says that "probably these
\.Vz\ meat stock
quarts
fusion and lots of extra work. verses have brought more comfort,
3 large onions (sliced)
3. Unless you are sure of a good and assurance of forgiveness, and
Cook the meat until tender in
water supply, it's better to carry the hope for a renewed life after some ,.
enough water to cover. Drain, and
terrible to 'a
water from home. transgression, greater
grind coarsely. number of God's children down
4. fruit
Carry juices, tomato juiceor Combine season
r through the ages than any other sin-
milk in thermos bottles. and flour.
ings gle in the pages of the q"In
passage
5. The main dish u
for the picnic- r A.dd tomato puree "
Old Testament.
which ,might be chili, baked beans, and the meat To acknowledge one's transgression _
or escalloped potatoes be L stock and cook
can ,
before God is to open the flood-
cooked the day before, then in the 1 / T'1 for 5 minutes.
of His to receive His
I I.. gates mercy, )
morning brought to the boiling point, Brown the onions
in forgiveness, cleansing, res-
and the dutch oven or casserole lightly in butter or bacon fat, and grace
toration, new joy, and (note it well)
wrapped in several thicknesses of add to the sauce with the coarsely '/
renewed usefulness (v. 13). God
newspaper to retain the heat. ground meat. Serve hot on large, ;!
does not cast His people off becauseof
6. Don't overlook the possibilitiesin round buns.
their sin, nor cut off their use-
frozen foods for picnic use. Quick- Chocolate Fudge Cake. fulness when they repent.

frozen meats can be carried, with- (Serves 25) Observe, however, that God did
out ice, even on a warm day. They
1 sin to
cup shortening not permit David's go un
thaw out on the way to the picnic 3 cups light brown sugar punished. God is forgiving, but even !

ground and will be ready to use. 3 eggs (slightly beaten) repentance cannot wipe out the re-

You'll find other picnic pointers 3} cups cake flour sults of sin (II Sam. 12:14). God .

in my cook book, "Easy Entertaining. 2 teaspoons baking powder chastised David to declare before recent laboratory tests, Camels :.fit
." There are menus and tested 34 teaspoon salt the people all of His divine hatredof burned 25 r slower than the average :

recipes for beach parties, hikes anda 1JA teaspoons soda3A sin. To sin against God is no EXTRA MILDNESS of the 15 other of the largest-

"Colorado beefsteak fry." cup sour milk light and casual thing. It cuts deeply selling brands tested-slower, on than the ",;
That means
When you write to me, won't you % cup cocoa into life, and only the grace of any of them. plut equal toe
tell me something about the "com- 1 cup boiling water God is sufficient to bring a man up EXTRA COOLNESS average, a smoking :,

munity meals" .-c.a..... 1 teaspoon vanilla lout of that pit. But there is EXTRA SMOKES !

your group has ? Cream shortening and add ,sugar III. Forgiveness (Ps. 32:5). EXTRA FLAVOR 3 PER PACK! ..
served? Do you gradually, blending well after each How tender and sweet is that word
serve dinners for addition. Add slightly beaten
eggs -forgiveness. It speaks of the removal .
the church, for and mix well. Sift together the flour. of guilt, the breaking downof '

business men'sorganizations baking powder, salt, and soda. Addto the barrier which sin has created, C3I'1 1 :

or the creamed mixture alternately' and the restoration of fellowship. CET THE "EXTRAS" WITH SLOWER-BURNING ej, rcos }
for the farm bu- with the milk. Blend cocoa and Where all had been wrong and trou-

reau, perhaps? boiling water. Add to the cake bat- bled, all has become right and at

How many peo- ter with the vanilla, and mix just peace. .. ;
ple do you serve at meals like this, until the batter is smooth. Pour These things are true even in the CAMELS

and what are your favorite menus? into 3 8-inch square pans, which forgiveness of one man toward another ..
I'll be waiting to hear from you! have been greased and lined with i who has offended, but infinitely r.
Grandmother's Ginger Cookies. wax paper. Bake in a moderateoven
when the heart of God
(Makes about 6 dozen) (350 degrees) for about 30' min,. meets greater the repentant sinner. He is THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS 'r;

1% cups shortening utes. so ready to meet such a man that

2Va cups sugar Tomato French Dressing. even while he is thinking of con-

3 eggs (separated) (Makes 1 quart) fessing, God sees the attitude of his MERCHANTSYour

1% cups molasses 1 can condensed tomato soup heart and forgives. "At this moment -

1 teaspoon cinnamon % cup vinegar without sight or sound that Advertising Dollarbuys
1 teaspoon ginger 1% cups oil mortal ear can detect, or attitude

1 teaspoon nutmeg Vi cup sugar that the eye of man can observe, something more than and circulation in
1 teaspoon cloves 3 tablespoons lemon juice even before the thing is said, whenI space .
1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce make up my mind to confess, the columns of this newspaper. It buys space and '

3 teaspoons soda 1% teaspoons salt 'thou forgavest the iniquity of my circulation plus the favorable consideration of our ;i

9% cup flour cold water 2 teaspoons dry mustard sin'l Do you wonder that when this readers for this newspaper and its advertising patrons.
cups
I 1 teaspoon paprika man was going to write a psalm
Cream shortening and add sugar Place all of the ingredients in a about this matter, he had to begin, ABOUT IT.J
gradually, creaming until smooth. mixing bowl and beat until blended. '0 the blessings of transgression LET US TELL: ;: YOU MORE

Beat egg yolks until light, and add Store in refrigerator in a quart jar. ivenl.and. ,sin covered'?." (G
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1040
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the country-wide search for just the p. m. Monday afternoon.
woods, we went swimming at Cliff- Little Theatre Starts '
The Clewiston News side. Together with the younger right girl to play the part of Velvet Junior G. A's. Wednesday at 3:30p.

In Palm BeachesAlong O'Toole in Kiss the Boys Goodbye. m. at the ''church. .,
generation we got quite up-to-date
It Is a direct take-off on the search Royal Ambassadors, Friday nightat
'Floridaedbyvthe. Friday CLEWISTON In Clowiston NEWS. on Dick Tracy's activities and know .--- for that well known character 7:30 p. m. r"

Inc. all about Superman's adventures.We Scarlett O'Hara but 'is deftly steered -
with the ever increasing, Regular mid-week prayer service
into other channels for theatrical -
explored to our heart's delightthe year round population and industrial Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m.

KEATHLEY BOWDEW. Editor North Carolina side of the development of the Palm Beach Boothe.purposes, by )Jt's author-Miss The Margaret Circle of the Wo-

Smoky Mountain National Park. We areas new Interests In cultural man's Missionary Union will meet

Entered as second class mall matter poking, around the Qualla achievements are also taking place. The setting is Westport, Con- Tuesday with Mrs. Herman Davis,
1, 1927. at the Post Office In enjoyed necticut-county hideaway for smart
February One of the newest recruits along the Mary Ellen Dozer Circle with
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of Reservation where live the
Indian
New
Yorkers. Here is gathered a
March 3, 1897.Subscription. I these lines is the recently formed Mrs. C. M. Allen and the Winnie
remnants of the splendid Cherokee organization of The Little Theatreof somewhat mixed group of the ln- Ayers Circle with Mrs. E. M.

Indians. We. spent most of two The Society of the Four Artsin telligensia, cafe society and Holly- Cornette.
Rate *2.00 Per Year. afternoons there and talked with Palm 'Beach. The group was wood producers to preview the

Advertising Rote On Application. some of the Indians and looked at formed as a result of a long felt little Southern Girl who has been THE CLEWISTOX COMMUNITYCHURCII

their schools and inspected the need for a medium of dramatic imported for the occasion from.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare many shops that displayed their expression in the community.. It Is Athens, Georgia., The hostess and

of Clewiston and Hendry County. crafts. These Indians are quite the desire of this group to fulfill her friends are prepared for a KENT PENDLETON, MinisterThe

different from our Seminoles-clean, those needs both as to satisfyingthe weekend of a great'deal of amuse- I
Bible school at 9:45
many of them well-educated, and audiences far removed from ment at the expense of the little meets
a. Ed Clark is superintendent ...
m.
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industrious, enterprising and friendly. entertainment is available and as sees the tables turned on the gather- .

We went through the fish the formation of an outlet for ing by this triumphant representa- The Worship hour begins at

RAMBLINGS hatchery which the CCC boys keepto the creative, talents of the mem- tive of the old south. 11:00 a. m. J. E. Beardsley' is the

re-stock the mountain streams,. bers of these communities. While The play is as timely as to- choir director and Mrs. J. H. DotyIs

By B. B. and of course we climbed Cling- the group has no particular age- morrow's headlines and as meaty as I the pianist.

man's Dome and gazed awestrickenat limit regarding those who might any of the weighty problems which The sermon theme will be "Count-

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Newfound Gap. I encourage those who live here the elements of Fascism, Hollywoodism, The C. E. society meets on Mon

The most exciting story of the We saw wheat threshed and, mills ;year round, those who have their Communism and Southernism pa- day at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen is

week is that of a girl who was working. We saw tobacco and homes here, those who operate their rade guiltily thoroughout its pages president and the program leader
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cotton growing and watched several be in the end will be Bill Owen.. "
celebrating her birthday. She went businesses here. It is a communi- only to conquered by

for a boat ride on the lake, the herds of sheep. The dams and ty-wide venture of especial interestto the simple, purely American little )0Good -,..

motor failed and the boat and its power plants fascinated us all, adults and youth alike. It is miss from Georgia.The .

occupants stayed on the lake. Dark- though the government as a defense a non-profit organiation which- I cast has been chosen with al I '

ness came and the hour for the measure closed all power if properly supported-should prove great deal of care and after many I

birthday dinner came. The guests plants to visitors. We enjoyed the self-sufficient in a very short spaceof weeks of tryouts, it includes 'such FarmLand
t I military reservations at Fort Ben- time. Similar organizations have
finally took to the lake in boats !i well known members of the West
themselves, and when the stranded ning and Chattanooga. Norris Dam been thriving for many years in Palm Beach community as: Dr.
was worth the trip to Knoxville.The such centers as New Orleans, St. Frederick the
boat and its occupants were found, I I Herpel, playing part
it wasn't the girl's birthday at all, dam work just beginning in Louis, Pasadena, and many other of Horace Rand, the cynical humor .
Nantahala Valley'near Sylva reminded places throughout the country. The
but it was in the early morning editor of Manhattan Man; Betty
us of construction days on entire north eastern coast is alive '
hours of the next day. And the I McKenzie plays Leslie Rand, his ,
birthday. dinner-which was almost the levee project. The various with self-supporting Little Theatresand wife; Robert Nevins is B. J. Wick- for Rent

a breakfast-tasted better waterfalls were lovely and after I the theatre itself is gaining a field, the publisher; Madison Breed,

.than, ever to the famished crowd. the many days and nights of rain new life, a new vitality, a rebirth the columnist is played by Clifford

accompanying the storm they :were through these mediums. The hope Sayles; Lloyd Lloyd, the director,

It was high time we came from magnificent beyond* *belief. I of the theatre of the .future lies in Coleman Wilson; Cindy Lou Beth-

our. vacation. It's all right to llave I just such organizations as this newest :- any, the little southern girl, Jean
things so well organized and have It was quite an educational tour member of the Palm Beach McKenzie; Mamie, the colored

such efficient ,help that your workis in a way, for en route Ruth Knightand area's cultural advancement.The house-keeper, Pauline Burke Carr; i I
I made a hurried inspection of her husband, George the butler, I
all done beautifully during a Little Theatre of the Four TrespassersWill
few weeks absence. But it isn'tthe the campuses of all colleges which Arts has chosen to achieve unityof Henry McIntosh; Herbert Z. Harner,
came within reach, and they were the producer, Dr. Thomas Z. Be
thing to do to stay away so purpose through production and
long that people will find out they many. As loyal alumnae, let us has not waited for organizationother Stanley; Myra Stanhope, movie
hasten to add, that we found none star Rainie Woodruff "Top" Rum- ProsecutedClewiston r-.o
can get along without you. And than that which comes as a ;
that's what happened to the news- that compared in beauty and scope result of producing a play. Thisis son, young polo player; Austin

paper. It was brim-full of Interesting with the grounds and buildings of felt to be a very practical approach (Continued on page 10)
state institutions the Uni-
our own ,
news during the four weeks because in this way it begins .
versity of Florida at Gainesvilleand
we chose for a vacation, because it to function immediately as an FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThe
was well in the middle of the dull the State College for Womenat active group contributing in the Friendly Church I II r
Tallahassee.
summer and nothing much was go- *, community.The I. -- I
Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B.I,I .
ing on anyway. Even the town play selected for their first
Another thing that deeply impressed I
changed during our absence, and performance is an ambitious choice. E. Herring, superintendent. And
us during our stay'away m.1 Realty
those people who are staying away "Kiss the Boys Goodbye" is a Morning worship 11:00 a.
from
home is the uniform efficiencyand
all summer are really missing some- courtesy of our Clewiston mail clever, smartly sophisticated comedyby and 8:00 p. m. sermon by' pastor. I '

thing! and telegraph clerks. We take it Clare Boothe. It is as wittily Training Union worship meets DevelopmentCorporation

for granted xso much of the. time put together as her first Broadway 6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges director. "
We home from the delightful "The Woman" and the Evening 8 00
came success 'worship, : P. m
that we seldom think of it. But
Western North Carolina climateas you'don't tempo is one which will tax the Intermediate G. A's. at the church
J let us assure you that J
soon as roads were cleared after best efforts of director and player 2: CO Monday afternoon. :i
take it for granted up in the moun-
the storm. The papers didn't call !, tains, for you don't have it. It'sone alike. The play is woven 'around Sunbeams at the church at '4:00 'r--------

that one a Florida hurricane,
of the things that you use
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you get away from it is con- .;. r .0 ;
people up there to see it. Much A,, yyA
spicuous by its absence. yy
damage was done on the coasts of =* yy
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But it was a month spent in .:..i!. A I* L..'
the windstorm, but in the *
over most delightful loafing. The climatewas .!.,:. A.J
mountains the only difficulty was delightfully cool, the air invigorating XXA ENJOY ANHOME
caused by the torrential rains. They
the highways a never- It
washed portions of the mountains ::::
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ending source of wonder, the :::: ,, AX
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down over the highways and causeda scenery always beautiful, and the .!! ;. : XY
tremendous swelling of all .i': : ,- ALL ELECTRIC" "' ,' :XX::::
people wonderfully friendly and ::: I <

streams.* As the waters journeyed I cordial. And we hope to do a repeat ::: i ': ; : .-" ?; ::' '; II:::
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from the mountains to the coast :: ; ., ., ... : >
'performance next year. ..' Iio., ,_;,-. ,_.' 'r > [ ;
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', it flooded low sections and : : :" &
many \

", bridges.washed away approaches from many But enough of anything is !l ':' ;'<;,:., : ;" ; ,:: ,.'" ,; '!:,;: ," g, III i :!

" *, enough, and as we drove homewardwe .t '\ ,. ,-' j', ', -2 :' '- : -: ; :: :
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during our vacation, we chose
vary- .
Great to be In Florida?" .'.

I succeeded ing routes in for seeing our journeys portionsof and :!::!: @ Electricity is the modern servant; ,a servant that :I:!

Florida and Georgia.many Our conclusions celebrate The City the of 375 St. Anniversary Augustine will of ::;:.I;. takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::;:

:';' a season are that of Georgia wonderful Is enjoying crops-, the founding of the city with '"La : :;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently |

Fiesta Grande", September 7-8-9. : :
and looks happier and more pros- :y.t.Y.t.;::;: and economically.. :::;:

;': perous than in many years, and X!:*

:;. that Florida people in had summer just as as soon in winter.be in Y.tB:; :;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or tt A:;:


The tourist Florida attractions beaches were crowded and other with :;:::!;:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ;*;

:, out-of-state cars. At Daytona Beach, :::!.: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is 1:;::;.:

....
" predominance the town was of full Southern and we cars noted, but a :*::*: one thing that gets' cheaper the more of it that you use. X.'!:::: (

:. at Silver Springs, where on a rainy :

/ day we had, to search for a park- :::::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home { :!..:..:

ing space, we noted from :
many cars II
t, the north and west. _:: !: that IS all electric and mo. d.:AY.:::i:
.,,:,
IIA ,s,.:,

Now as to the customary ques- yy .:....
, tions, "did you have a good time?" '.:":' r t ,:,,:,
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and "what did you do? The .

" answer to the first is decidedly, ::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- Y.t._

"Yes". The second one is not so : V
easy. The time seemed to pass XY. II

... quickly enough, but in retrospect, COME INNOWand ...:. EXTRAVAGANTLY :XAAA:::

5 we can't find ,a thing that we did.' LET :;::;: ANT-USE IT Y:*:

In fact, Dr. Lin YuTang' could take US explain OURhomefinancing 8 XA
lessons from us in loafing. We

; didn't ,do a blessed thing. The book plan

that' we borrowed 'three mouths ago .without obligation to you

because we really wanted to readit i! AV IIi!
remains unopened. Fortunately No red tape-all loon \ ff1

\ TVO didn't obey that impulse to take are :

.', .long some Red Cross knitting to cleared quickly, money : '
r., do on our vacation. We brought is released promptly.
.; home, still unused, the golf clubs Glades Power and tight CO. i

f, ; that we havn't used in five years. Clewiston Federal l lI

The magazines with interesting- yy c i

looking stories, came on home in ....
Savings and LoanAssociation \ .%... :
the trunk of the car. We're going to I : ; .
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read them some day. ;.;. .- -- aW" =


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 104tf THE CLmVISTON NEWS PAGE FJLVJ3



>> Description S T R A Owner Amount (
NOTICE ':..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..:.

H NWH of NWH -.-._.... 12 43 28 40 Harriet G. Pope -__.___.._ ,5.521,
Beg. NW Cor. of Lot2E15RdsSto
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Riv, W Alg. Rlv. to FULLER'SFULMINAT10NS .
I L, Section line N to .
Beg. -__.____ _._ 12 43 28 10 :R. N. Miller -.::..::._..__ 3.10 '
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much ,' .
to the amount due for taxes herein set All Lying S of SAL i '
opposite thereof as to will the be same.necessary together with pay cost of such sales and advertising, RY. ____.__...-____ 13 43 -. 28 ,73 B. F.. Wells, Jr. "__._. 10.15

will be sold at public auction on the 2nd day of September A. D. 1940 Beg. 4439 ft N of SE .. By FULLEN WARREN
.
at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, .at the courthouse door, in the City of Cor. of Section W .....

LaBelle, County of Hendry, and State of Florida. Old 690.74 Cal.ft Rlv.to Cen.Place of : :. \ .- '., ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:
R. N. MILLER, -
Tax Collector of Hcndry County, Florida. of Beg., W Alg. .... -
"
Canal RW. C15 ft.
to Cen. of old Riv. -. '_ Although Will Rogers' writingswere

E'ly and NE'ly to almost universally read and
> Beg. ______ 14 43 28 '.SGBcrton E. Poor, _____" : 5.03Beg
4439.01 ft. 'N of enjoyed, he was much more gifted 'j

". ,. Amount SE Cor., thence as a speaker than, as a writer. He ;
DESCRIPTIONOF W'ly Alg. S Line .
Canal 1550.74 ft. to could put a lot of stuff into his
OWNER ,l' of Taxes Cor. Land here- .:
NE
speech that could not be reduced
LAND in des. thence W'ly "
r u And Cost to print. As a speaker he had more
q d r on Canal 544.47 ft. .. ., '-
: tfoI" thence S'ly; to old eager, and enthusiastic listeners than

c; c.. Cal. Riv., thence ,
E C any other man in the entire world.
z. E'ly and N'ly to pt.
of Beg. __i __.- 14 ,43 28 4 H. C. Hansen _______.r_ 6.35All From a more or less thorough

_________._ 17 43 32- 640 J. B., Hendry ____?..- 39.88 study of the speakers of all ages: I
4t. Aug. 2-9-16-23. 1940. 4t. Aug. 2-9-16-23, 1940.
.."' ."E% of E'A of SEHLaBelle 3.62 Lot 31, Palma Cia can say that no man throughout all
Albert Myers -'- '-
. of NEH -_____..' 31 42 29 10 Sub _____..______.._ 15 43' 28 Unknown _._..:....._.................._._.. 1.48 the tides of time has ever been en-

SE1% North \ W'/ of NEH ,of SEH .
Ildts. SD 31 42 20 _..._._ 1.41 of NEH _._..____ IB 43 28 5 Nancy Stewart ________.... .293 ,dowed with such universal appealas
__.
...
_._. ...._
Lot 29 _..?.__ ==::::: Unknown ? ...__,.______ .._ 1.41 Gov. Lot 4 _.._...._..__,. 16 43 28 14 R. N. Miller ._.:.._____ 3.35 a speaker. It is said of the
Lot 314 ___-.-_._ 1930-19 3 3 F :=w,_. 1.41 SWH of SWH _.___ 17 43 28 40 R. N. Miller __.______ 4.79
Lamarine ;
Lots 728-729 _'-._.. Wilford E. NWi,4of SWand Savior that "the common people "

Beg. 30 ft. S and 669 ..' SW',4 of NW'.4 _.... 17 43 28., 80 Kenolina Realty, Co. _._?_. 8.71 heard him gladly". Not only the .
ft. W and 348% ft. E3 of SV'exc. an "'" \
'. common people but all other kindsof
S of NE Cor. to Pt. .' A. In SW Cor otSE ,
-
of Beg.; W 250 ft ..;. ;, ), :;' %,' of SW4, Also I IN'I. 55, people heard Will Rogers gladly. .'

./\/ Alg.to Bridge E Side St.of Rd.Rd S. .L t '..: .>-: ., :)j..>.: ':- )>:::" '::' --:.;' ., N\Vf of of SWva SE' and of 1 And he had such appeal as a speaker 's

.... 523 ft E 250 ft N N- :. McCohnack. L .. 6.38 SE'4 and Beg. SE not by reason of any public j
421? G. -
29': 5 D of SE'4.it. .
523 ft. to Beg. __'_ 32 ., Cor. S\V1,4 ;;
position which he held his j
.< ," 220 W 406 ; own
;
,, Beg. 1268 ft. S of NE \ ,
: : "
, Cor. to pt. of Beg. ... .. ., S 220 s'd ., E ::< : .?,..:. : J;,;> .' ,::-., _: d matchless genius, unequaled and ::'
405 ft to Beg and ,' '. ..' .... .. <..' ,
W 668 ft., S 100 ft., ,' : S.Beg .. ,
unrivaled .
him his
hold
"zt ;
,
of ;" ,. gav upon
a.9 1065 it. W : ; .
E 669 ft N 100 ft. > < : :
,
4
:
: to Beg. .____ 32 42 29 1.5 Unknown :--...--.--.---..-" 3.56 SE Cor. of SW 34 of _, ', ... ,D' ... _'.;' ;... his hearers. ::J
SEV N 220 yds., -. .', ; .. '. '
-
I>iffenbaugbsdd.. to ", / W 225 ft. (to Sec. ,. .' .,' ', '" ,! # His Sunday night radio speecheswere : .:
LaBelle Strip of I .,: probably heard and enjoyed ,:
E .
line S 220
... land 3:>6 ft. wide ) yds.,
off NEVi of AEVi 32: 42: :20 to BeS' ____ 17 43'' ". 28 149 A. H. Reed __?.:.__?__. 19.U by more people than ever listened :
', Mrs. :M. A. Burnett ---- 4.2S NW' of NE'4 and ,
Lots 8 to 12-21 to the voice of other ,
'. any man. It
'', 1V3r of W'h of SE'A : I'. .a:;

"JNorth of LaBelle"nnvi of apart ', :' Eth of NE of* and NE34 EVz, of of .' ". ''j'. is impossible to estimate the in:1::1{

N E !4 _.__ ___..__ 3. 42 ':V' ._._ fluence he exerted upon the peopleof :
NE34 _._ 18 43.28' 60 R. N. Miller ;,._._:_?___.-'"-. 7,44E3ti J
Lots 1, 2 and 3 Block :- .. .. 4.06 of 'WY.J of NE' '
'.... T. E Hedges ---- ---- --- the Country with his Sunday
\
3 _._.._._.__...._.._. 1 of NE and Wlhof ,
G. Hedges _... : 6.18 *
J. U. "' -?---?-
.', Lots 7 to 15, Block 3 .: EY.J of NE 4 of night broadcasts. Most everybody ,;

., Lots 16 to 18, Block =" '/; :: ',. .,: Stanley Hedges -.--.-..-.-..- 5.52 NE1s _.__ 18 43 .8 20 E. L. Alford :__.._.__._._._". 4.25NW you met on Monday morning had j
\ 3 _.._.____._.... % less SEA of :
Lots 1, 8 to 12, Block '\,:.', .:* '" Hedges ... .. 6.48 I NW. of NW14 and something to say about Will Rogers'
; ., 12Lots .....___.___.___... ,, .-'. .','- U. G. -- -------- SW2,4 of NE% of Sunday night talk. The preachers ]

::,w : 29 to 36, Block ,' ) \: : ... 453 I NWT 18 43 28 140 R. N. Miller _______ 12,93ws .
12 ._._..____...L_,.._ :.'t t'! '"" U. G. Hedges -- ------ of SWW and of this land exert a tremendous influence w

,r.p" W% 11 and 12, Block ..... :' ,; ,,;-:' Stanley Hedges _.. 4.58 NE'4 of SW34 __ 18 43' 28 120 Alice Tonnelier __.____ 12,33N1 upon the lives of the people .
.
-----
r-:::: '; 13 _._....._____ :: : less N3 of NEq
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r: Lots 13 and 14 Block ;: \ J: .. U. G. Hedges _. ....._ ._. 267 of NE3j of NE',4 18 43 28 315 R. N. Miller _________ 26.07 but I think it can be truthfully :
s .-. 2 6Beg. ____.___...... I. '..'::rI- :. ." -- -- Gov. Lots 1, 2, 3, and I said that Will Rogers was heard by '

.:. .-. 30 ft. E and 278 .,,.:,l--... NW4 ,of SW* 19 43 28 140 Geo. M. Hendry Adm. .... 12.93 .
', ft. S of NW Cor. of ,, ."', :,.. NE34 of NW % and more people on Sunday nights than .";.,

'.. SWof NEH S ., W'h of. SW / of listened to all the pastors in all

: '.: 5ot ., E. 420 ft, :', NE34 and Beg. 59 ." ,. ," .: the pulpits of all the religious '

t.:' "' \. : N ft.10to iBeg.. W__420::... 32 42 29 .10 Wm. N.' Stallings ...--.---. 5.73 yds.821 yds E of to E Cen Bdry., E ." .' .: __: ...' .;.. ''..' .. ,-. ''.' ....-. denominations in America. Surely he :-.:

t.,": '. W dfc A. of S'of. ... 5.52 of Sec: S to Rlv., i. < : .' "; '
'....' :.' SWH of NWHNEH __ 32 42 29 6.5, H. C. Hansen, Sr. _._ ---- W'ly alS' Riv. to .'I .was endowed with a genius that was ':

L' of NWH of : Crk., N alga Creek never vested in any other man. :

SWH ______ 32 42 29 10 T, L. Williams ---- 3.59 to BeS' 20 43 28 69 A. H. Reed ___._...___ 10.09 To me Sunday nights will never :J

, E3: of VfVa of Lot 1 Nth of Sw34 of NW1 20 43 28 20 J. C. Johnson _.__. 3.35 ,
:: in SWH of SE%, .._. 32 42 29 9.5 J. H. Caldwell, Estate --- 8.39 Slh ot S'W2,4 of NWi 20 43 28 20 R. N. Miller _.___-____ 3.35 again be what they were, now '

\," OAK PARK: ____.... 32 42 20 WIh of Gov. Lot 3 21 43 28 70 Gober Turkey Farm .__ 5.52 that Will Rogers is no more. There ':j
< Lots 31 to 33 and 36 Unknown -._._..--.:._.---- 2.37 S'/i of SE'4 _.____.._ 21 43 28 80 R. N. Miller _'___'__... 10.58
01. Beg. NE Cor of NEH W'h, of NW',4 __._ 22 43 28 80 J. E. Brccht Est. ____ 10.58 f was no subject too big or involved ,_,:

:;, of SEH, W 817 ft SE1A of SWand for him to treat in his quaint, uni- ;
'; to E Line of Bridge Gov. Lot 6 _._____ 3043 28 80 R. N. Miller _.__.__, 10.15 ., f a
:' \ St. RWY. Sand :,. SE14 of SE14 ____ 30 43 28 40 E. S. Royer _____._ 4.79NE1,4 que and fascinating way. He could ,

Parallel St. RWY .. of NWT31 43 .28 40 R. N. Miller __.._ 4.79 express in understandable language ;;
,: 642. 5 ft. E. 889 ft. to W'h of NW L ______ 31 43 '28 80 E. S. Royer .:__.__.__ 7.69 ',.
pt. S of Beg. N to "' .' NW' 33 43 28 160 E. S. Royer ___.___- 14,92NEI4 thoughts which most everybody had .
P Beg. _____ 32 42 29, 12.40: J. H. Caldwell. Estate -.- 16.87 of NE34' ___ 5 44 28. 40 R. N. :Miller ,__________ 4.07 been thinking, but nobody was able
>
,. ., .. N1 of NE14 of SW14 .
Manning Add. to La- i and SE3a of NE1/ to put into the right words. ''I
::
Loefe__::::=:=:: 32 42 D'G.. A, Hill .:=..1.:__."..;.:::.._ 1.41 of SW'S'L _____....: 5 44' 28 '30 R. N. Miller _._..___ 3.23 I shall never forget the tender ::
of NE
WI' of SE34 % ,
i ':. "',- bell Mill Terrace r- I i s"JI" ,. of NW1/i. __, 8 44 28 5 Mrs Bessie C. Leftwich, est ..2.2GE'h touching words he spoke, over the : ,
Sub. SEi/j of SAVVl .: : :' ,
f of .
of SEI4 NEl,4 radio when Knute Rockne was kill
WIof : EJ/4 '
} and '
I 4 or s'\\ \ ... 32 4..a..:. of NW _.__.__ 8 44 28 5 Mrs. BessIe C. Leftwich, est 2.20 ed in an airplane crash. Nearly .:;
. 2/320 -21---- .. Dr. Ethel Eisner --_...-?..- 2.32 NW/s4 _.______ 17 44 28, 160 Capt. L. I. Evans ______ 12,03S1
I Lot Lets d 1, _____, _, ,22 '' '- Jane Hune .-_..._________.__ 1.41 of SW34 __-... 18 44 28 80 R. N. Miller __..-- 6.24 everybody felt keenly the loss of /,;

----34-- (li' SEH ___.__.___ 18 44 28 160 Mrs. J. H. Nelson _..__ 1203 Rockne but but Rogers
30 ; no one
Lots 11, 25 to .. ,
._ 4.58
T. L Williams --- ---- L. V. Hull SD of Gov. .
44 __..__._.. ,
Lot to 211 _..______ .:', R. E. Kurtz ---..--- 1.41 lot 11 in '___._ 6. 43 29 could express the feelings of us all

.;:'..>", r Mrs. Ella May Solder 2.32 and Gov. Lots 2, 3, ; in the true language of sorrow. ;:
_._
Lots 221 and 222 7 43 29
__ 1.41 4 In ____.._
Lot 250 .__.._______.. ';,:" Anna Wonderly -?--- ST. RD 3 W. N. Stallings _---.,--?._ 4.30' When the Shenandoah wa's lost in

Lots 255, 257, 258 to -. .ir--; ".:'':'>, R. E. Kurtz .__._.__.__._.._. .... 2.67Lots CIFR'IA L the Rocky Mountains last year witha
.___._.__ '
264 ....._.__ ; "" Section 4, 5 and 8
276 to 282, 289 '" ->i'R E. Kurtz .... 5.52 Block 1, Lots 6 to 12 Alice E. Hall __.?.._.?.._._._ 5.73 load of passengers and pilots and
to 293 __._.._......... ,. :" > ",'. R... E. Kurtz -_- ------- 1.41 GOODNO SUB. OF ,,:','" ,_ ': the whole nation was :filled with

Lots 286, 294 and 295 ): ': E Kurtz .. .. : 1.41 BLOCK 5 __.....____ .. : ). '
Lots 296 and 297 .._ ,;,\ :,' :' R.Alice, E. Hall ..-_ --.....-?-- 8.09 Lot 21 ______ :/ :-. ',', Ed M. Kirkwood ?._____._ 4.85 grief and anxiety, Rogers made one
4l\ Lots 10 to 12 ____._ J\-.\ ''t'-'< : ---- -- Lots 17, 19 __..___ .., '." :' A. Onorato _..__.__._..__ 26.87 of his Sunday night radio talks
Elharndo Sd. of Jllks. ;'t:. GOODNO SUB. OF' '.'. .,, r: '
D, E of Tluscrs Add. '...:;- .wvz of Block 6 __ 4 43 :*;20 that had more pathos than any

to IjallelleLots _____ 32;'' 42: 20; ; 1'E, 5.22 S '1-3 of Lots 1 to 3 :.-' .,'. words I ever heard. At one pointin
__...... : \ D. Douglas ------ ;-- 'r.{','
10 and 11 less 22% ft on S ;.'-'. "
Klrkwood Park Sd 12 end 'and lots 7-8 : ': .": the speech when he was dlscuss-
'
A. In :NEIof SEVi \ ". ,', '' ,. Also 2 ft. onN side '.. ..,.4>.:. :, :. (Continued on Page 6)
lying W of Road 32 42 m :." ..' .. ", ." ':" of Lot 9 ____ ; :.' ."'-.. Jas. Newcomb _______ 7.64
Lots 6 8 10, 11, Lots 38-40 less 50 ft ': .:
,
,
__... .: ... 5.52
Block 2 ___ ." H. S. Gove _::' "-- -- off E end .___?_.......- '. J. H. Caldwell, est __ 18.37
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SW14 of N'V7i and' Lots 11, 12 __.___.__ R. H. Magill; est. _.___ 1366 NOTICE. OI' TAX SALE FOR DE-

NW* of SW& and 28 160 D.. S. Henry .-.-.-..?.-?....---- 15.52 JOSES AND L.AHA- S ;.' I.IAQUEJVT 1030 SOUTH FLORIDA
Slh of SWU B...- 1 43 BEE SD OF BLOCKBlock" .. : '. CONSERVANCY DISTRICT TAXES.
AVaslilnjsrton: Gardens ." r 1 .___.___ of .fa _' 20. ,
SD of JSW'/i __...___. 2 .j3 .28 '
H. ._ ._. _. 1.18 12, less tract
J. Ramsey
all
- Notice is hereby given that
Lots 4 and 5 Block 33 _.___._ 1.18 175x75 ft.in SW .. .
_,__,.._
Lot 28 Block 41 ___... '; I 'E. P. Irving Cor. -._..________. ', T. N. Wiggins <._.__..._.___ 5.46 lands delinquent on September 2nd,
1940. for non-payment of SOUTH
Lots 35 to 38 inc. ... STEWARTS SD BLKS '
Mills1.85 FLORIDA CONSERVANCY DISTRICT
Block 49 ___ ...._._._ Nora and Green 13, 33 and 34 __ 4 43 :D' ,
Nth of NWi? of Lot 1 _?.__.__ _. S Sara L. Hill ..-..___..___._... 7.50DJ.OCK thereof taxes for as the may year be 1939 necessary, or so to much pay

NW,,, and SW% of :21 DAVENPORT said
6.84 the amount due for taxes on
.
60 B. F. Stewart __------ __ __ 4 43 20
_
28. _
___ 3 43 SD ::
S%SWH of SWHNEH of NW,W&__'___. 3 43 28 160 R. N. Miller .._.-..__.._:_.........._ 7,69 Block 35 _.._?_?_ S. A. Graves -..........?.._._..:._ 9.26 the lands cost for of said sale specified year, together in the laws with
._ .
Block 36 Robt. E., KetringR. _.-- -- 9.26
of SV34anda ------ governing said District, will be sold
strip 475 ft wide Block 37 Highland at public auction beginning atTwelve
I Hdti. SD _____. 4 43 20
on of E SWHE Side_,of_ _,SE__,_4,,, 4 43 28 .57 Geo. Williams ...._.?.__..__ 5.69 Lots 2 to 5 __ _._ .._...._. ,N. Miller ..._......._..___..__ 3.98 o'clock noon on the the front 2nd doorof day
Lots 24 to 32 _.__._. R. N. Miller ..._.........__.___ 486 of September, 1940 at
of NEH
% of SAVyt Williams .. 509 the Court House in the City of
D.
50 Geo ----- Block 40
of NEH 5 43,28 "QUEST-
and NE'i LaBelle; Florida, and continue until
END" SD ____.___ 4 43 20
WIDE AGUES : .... .__. 2.22DLOCK said sale Is completed.A .
Irma Delaney
Lot 7 ______._ -
_... 2 43" 28
ESTATES :No. 1 complete list of such delinquentlands
..... 1.18 20
Tax' Delinquent
1 43
-?-- --- 41 BUSH SD
Block K. Lots ], to 10 H. C. Delaney .._... ._.. 3.10 Is available for public inspec-
\ .. Lots 1. 17 and 18 -??
.
SE'A of SEH Exc. -.. -' tion during the business hours at
20
Beg. SE Cor. SEH. ,- ': BLOCK 42 AIKEN SD 4 43 R. N. :Miller __ ..._ .. ._ .. 3.10 the office of the Tax Collector for the
Lots 1 2 and 3 __ ? ? -w ?
N 28 Rds. 5 ft. W 28 County of Hendry in the Court Houseat
Rds. 5 ft., S 28 Rds. Lots 8 and 9 __._._..... G. C. Mazzerl ___.____ 2.22 LaBelle Florida and inquiries as
5 ft. ?.._...._._._.._..__._. 4 43 28 35 R. N. Miller __..______?_.._ 5.28 Lots 11 and 12 __...... C. L. Yeomans -____. 2.85 to lands included in such delinquentlist
E% of NWH of NE%, Lot 18 _.______ E. M. Cornette ___.___._ 134 by mall or by telephone, or
and Eat of % of Doty-HaynoH SD _._ 4 43.t) in person, during business hours, will
NW'A of NEH 5 43 28 30 R. N. Miller --_--- 3.95 Lots 1, 14 and 18 be fully answered by the office of
Sth of S\V'I, ?___-_-_-_- 5 43 .28 80 A. H. Reed .:._- 7.69 Block 44 .__?___ Roy Lewis :.._...._._._. 6.92EDGE'S said Tax Collector.R. .
I SWI4 of SEH __. 5 43 28 40 R. N. Miller ___.__ 4.07 SUB. __.._ 4 43 29 N. Miller,
Lot 26 ____.._ .__.____ Mary Coulter -___.___, 2.22Lot Tax Collector of Hendry;
S%and of N NEH of' of NW of%, 28 _.._.__..?.._.___ ( R. N. Miller :_.._?.__.._______ 2.22 County. Florida.
% SEH
NW 4 .__.____.__ 6 43 28 40 R. N. Miller _..___._w.- 4.67 Block 46 S% exc.' Beg. 4t Aug. 2-9-16-23, 1940.
NWH of NWH _._._._.. 6 43 28 40 R. N. Miller __.-. ----..--.- 4.07 100 ft.S of NW -
Cor. E 110 ft. S 110
S% of SEH of ;MWH ';,
____.__ 9.44 ft. N 110 ft. W 110
100 R. N. Miller:! "
and E% of SEH of 6 43 28 ft to Beg. __._._...- 9 43 29 Mary B. McCormaek _.- 6.93 NOTICE' 01' TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT -

EVi of. of SEH SEH and 6' '43 28 120 A. H. Reed __.___._..__.___._ 10.15 Block 46 S% Beg. 110 1 1030 EVERGLADES TAXES.
NWH ft., S of NW Cor. ". DRAINAGE DISTRICT

NWH N1VI4 less__..NWH.._..._._..._of_.. 7 43 28 120 R. N. Miller _______ 11.60 E 110 ft., S 110 ft.. -
40 J. C. Johnson 4.07NE1,4 N 110 ft., W 110 ft., Notice is hereby given that 'all
_..__.._ 7 43 28 6.44
of .
NWH SWH __.... 9 43 29 Mary McCormack ---' 2nd
___ to Beg. ,
... .
4,07SE1,4
September
of SW __. ..... .. 7 43 28 40 J. C. Johnson ---"" lands delinquent on
160' R. Nt Miller ___.___.._._ 14.92 Block CO and 51 Hlckpocbec f. 1940, for non-payment 'of EVER-
_..._.__....___.: 7 43" 28 Hdts. SD __ D' 432ft ".." r GLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes
NE1, of NWH andE Lots 21 and 22 in 1939 or so much
for the year ,
% less Elk of Block F Nellie Pelky' _____ I 252 thereof as may be necessary to pay
SEH of SEIof :, Block 55 LaBclle f the amount due for taxes on said
NEH and less N% Highlands SD ,_ 0 13 :20 ," lands for said year, together with

NE'h of NE%_._of...._NEH_..! _of 8 43 28 350" A. H. Reed ?__..__.._____ 27.27 Lot 24 ___...-r. R. J. Love' .?..:..______ 134 the cost of 'sale specified in the laws

NWH of NWH ___._ 9 J 43 28. 40 .R. N. Miller _.._.____. .. 4.79 Block Highlands 58 SD LoiBelle 9 43. 20 at governing public said auction District beginning will be sold atTwelve

1A.inSECor.of SWH of NWH S}.%_ 9 43 28 1 J. J. May ___.__.._.._._:.._ 1.48 Lot 12 ....__.____-...._ A. B. Anchors' I'Jr. ___... 1.H o'clock noon on the 2nd door day
Block 04 Manning of September, 1940 at the front

That NWH Pt. of of Jacks SWH B.of_ 10 43 28 10 J. II. Dyess __..-.-_._-...?..- 4.62 SD 9 43:9:; of the Court House in the City of
Lot 4 less 8 ft off wEnd LaBelle, Florida, and continue until
NWH of SEH of ___,?____._.?. Beasley and Stoudemire 1.64 said sale is completed.A .
NWH Sec. 10 Also '' Block 72 -.....- J. H. Oaldwell, est. .--- 5.73 complete list of such delinquentlands
all S\V14 of NWH Block 77, 78,.70, and is available for public inspec-
: lyg. E'ly from 80 LaBelle Terrace 9 43 20 tion during the business hours at
Jacks Branch and Block B, Lot 18 Florence M. Hoch _- 1.34 the office of the Tax Collector for the
Ft. Denaud Slough SEH less RR Yards- 9 43 29 R. N. Miller ..----.--- 44.49 County of Hendry in the Court Houseat
having Cen. of Bch. .' Beg 50 ft W and 25 LaBelle, Florida, and inquiries as
and Slough Its 'V'ly ft. S of NE Cor. of to lands included in such delinquentlist
Bdry. _____ 10 43 '28 22 Federal Land Bank of Col. 6,47N'n Gov. Lot 3, S 75 ft., by mail or by telephone, or
of I.E14 __ 11 43 28 28 Chas Carter ----:._ 9.85 W 150 ft., N 75 ft, in person, during business hours, will
NE3i of NW14 11 43 28 40 R. N. Miller -.:..?.__..._. 5.52 E 150 ft to Beg. 5 43 29 L. C. Dulaney. 13.10 be fully answered by the office cf
NW'4 of NW34 11 43 28 40 R, N. Miller _._.. ..... 5.52 Beg 755 ft. S and 830 .' ) said Tax Collector.R. .
SW' of NW1,4 and ft. W of NE Cor. of N. Miller,

SEk ot NW1of Gov. Lot 3, W 120 .. -..- ,- ._ Tax Collector of Hendry
11 n 28 50 C. C. Hires 3.95 County, Florida.
NE1of NW'''' % (Continued on Pace It :Au&, 2-9-16-23. 1940.
A. in NF Cor. 12 43 28 39 R. N. Miller ...T... 6.54




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PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1940

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FulminationsContinued (Continued from Page 5) Description S T R A Owner Amount
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Description S T n A Owner Amount All _._______.__..__--.1 23 43 30 640 J. B. Hendry __,__ 35.68
; All -------..-..----_ 26 43 30 640 J. .B. Hendry ,_____ 35.68
from Page 5) ft., N to my. E alg.mv All unsurveyed -__ 1 43 31 50 J. n. Hendry ,__ 9.26 ....
( to pt. N or All unsurveyed _.._.- 2 43 31 68 J. B. Hendry ____ !.26
ing the young hostess on the Shen-: Beg', S to Beg. _.._,. 5.43. M9 J. ,II. Caldwell, est. ..._......... 16.05 All unsurveyed ._-._.. 3 43 31 73 .1.. B. Hendry .___r- 9.2& ,
All ...._.___.__..._.._ ._... 10 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry ...__.._.._.._ 35.68 -
andoah, ,with whom he had talkedin Ilowards Add. A SD All .-..-......-.-_-..._ 11 ,43 31 640 J. B. Hendry "_____.. ..__ __ 35.68
California only the day before of .j acres In W ''. All ..-._._..:__._-.-_.._ 12 .43 31 640 J. B. Hendry ___ _-___- 35.68
1 G 43' .9 '. "' "'
Part or Gov Lot AllAH _... _._._... ____. 13 43
in a very ___.... Sallie Gravely! ; _.... ... __._. 1.34 -? : 31 640 J. B. Hendry __. .__._ 35.68
the disaster, he spoke Block A Lot 4 : ,_ -- .... .... ......_.. .._ 14 43 31 f
-- 6-0 J B __. _.. _. 35,68
broken voice that indicated his own Block A, Lot 8 ___.'"-- Unknown _._.._.__..._....-.,. 3.10 All EY.J and myJA, Hendry r -- -

than he LYNN IIIGII POINT r ; and E>4 -r---. 22 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry __:-. _.___ 22.75
grief was almost' more sun. ., .- ..,_ -_-. V .'12 ::9 All .._._......_... _-:" .____ 23 43 31 640 .1. B. Hendry _...::-..__. 35.68
could bear. Block 2, Lots 21 and '. All ..,_._...r_.?._...____.? 24 43_ 31 640 J. B. Hendry __ .._ 35.8
22 __.__.._____... Gco. Poole _;....oI-.w....___..._..: 6.03 AlI ._._....____._ 25 43 31 640 J. D. Hendry __M ___ 35.68
As a movie star he was securely Beg. 1347 ft. Sand 50 All' .,....___.____.._ 26 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry ____._ 35.8
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and preeminently at the top. In ft. 'v or NE Cor. '''TtT E% ;_ ;-.-.--___._ 27 43 P 6.10 J. B. Hendry ___-...--18.07
profession that commands the Sec. {5V 137 ft., S All SWJ4 _'___'_ 34 ,43 31 160 J. n. Hendry __"_____''' 8.86
a All _.._ ... ... 3a 43 31 .
100ft.E137ftN .. --- ------- 640 J. B. Hendry __ ._._.,.. 14.55
biggest salaries and the best talent, 100 ft. to Beg. ,........... W P. & Audrey Andrews 9.63 I An ..........,,,_.,._______.__ 36 43 31 640 .1. B. Hendry ___-_____ 35.68
he led all the rest. I don't believe Beg. 1-147 ft Sand 50 ',: I All ..,.,-..?--_,_.---.-.r.- 16 47 31 640 R. N 5 ; Miller __._____ 36.9
of ft. 'V of 'NE COl' : Slh of S\Vof NWl/ 5 '
anybody ever went to see one Sec 5W137ft.S of NEV and N'h of .

his pictures and went away disap) 260 ft., E 137 ft., N : "'. NWJ,4 of SW% of _
260 ft to Beg. ....._.... 5.. 43 29! W. 'Audrey'Andrews '8.70 NE% and SJ,2 of .
Just to be the greatest -
pointed. .. .
vlmv A '
COLLEGE HE of NE%, of 'i .:-
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movie star in the world :which he (1D. OF PAnT 01; r N\VV. and N'h of I'.' '
... .13 29. ,
FRASER TRACT ,
NE'of of
SEJ,4
is something right by itself. ,,_
was, Lot 6 _..____..__.__... 111. A: Pace ..rur'I" '':___'''''_''_' 4.8& NWJ.4 .;.-----.:..._.- ,,,23 48 31 20 IIeronima & Thelma Carson 6.8&
talentsas
of
With his combination ANDREWS ADD. TO i ,. All ....._;.._._..._.._?___._ .13 43 32 609 F. L. Williamson __ 39:88: 3 ,.
a writer, a speaker and a radio I.\DELJ.E PAUK _' 5 43 2!} All ..._-...........--...--... 14 43 32 597 Nannle 'Vhldden ____ 39.88
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star he did a tremendous amountof mock 12 ..._8__,_Lots.__.....11__....and.......... Louis O." Gravel __:..__';'___. 2.52 Ely S\V and...._.N\V'4.,_:.---_----'?,-_ 15 15 43.13 32 32 448 160 Nannie J. B. Hendry Whidden___:_._..____._._. 39.88 16:23:

good. He did much to keep Lots 22 and 23. Block :, All ....., ....... ... ., ,_ ,, 16 43 32
.__.... ._...__..._,.. Vera Helms .._._.,...__...____._ 4.35 -- 640 J. B Hendry 39.88
8 __
instead of All ........_.___..._.......___.._... 18. 43 32 6.10 J.: B.: Hendry :==== 39:88:
the people laughing cry- Ely 24 __.......__.r-- Unknown i.---: '1.34 All _..__..__..._.._._._._-._ 20 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry .._-___ 39.88
ing during the terrible years of AVALON I'LACE _.-.. All .._..._.__........____._._-,_ 21 .43 32 640 J. B. Hendry __...___-_ 39.88
It is probablethat Lots 7 and 8 _....u....::...-. .' J. O. Davidson _.._,..__.__ 3.98 All .........._.._-__.-.._._..__...__ 22 .43 32 640 J. B. Hendry ___ 39.88
the depression. very Lots 9 and 10 '_"'_"'" :,.Allce E. Stannard ..._...._.,..._ 3.98 NWJ,4' _"'_'_''__--_?_'- 23 43' 32 160 J. B. Hendry "__-_ 39.88

his wit, humor and cheerful "FAIRYIE'V" sun. All ................__.___ 2,1 43 32 623 F. L. Williamson ___._ 39.88
philosophy have prevented many OF LOTS 4 to D or ;' All _..__._.__.___._ 25 43 32 610 J, n. Hendry __?______._. 39.88
E' of NE1,4 ___. 8 43 ::3' : All _......_._.______ 26 43 32 640 .1. B. Hendry _...__._.___ 39.88
persons from committing suicide Lots 80 to 10-1 less 8 'I .. I All ............._______. 27 42 32 640 .1. B.. Hendry _._____..1. 3:1.88:
ft off E end lots 80 .\', .<.:, ." N' of NE of NWVi, -
during the famine the people have .. .. ........ ............ ....... .
LOU6 .F:.' ,;: 'A. Onorato' -- 8.10 of NW% ____... 2:1: 43 32 5 Unknown ..,,._,._____..__... 2.73
endured since 1929. to 150 less 8 ; ". N'h of SEJ,4 of NW't

Will\ is ft. off E end lots of NWJA _.__._ 2:1: 43 32 5 Unknown _.._..._____ 2.73
The of Rogers more --
career r
126 to 129 __.____ A. Onol'ato. ;..?..:.._.___.____._..._ 6.33 NW'of

than unique. It is a new chapterin LAnF.LLE nEIGII'l'S '. > WNVof _.._.______, 29 43 82 20 Unknown. ; ...________._ 4.70 M
SUD. _____ 8 43' 211 .' .
M of
human experience. No man in -r "" E'h of SW%
Lots. I 2and 3 less
r. any age in any nation has ever I 8 ft., 'off E end__ Mrs. W. A., Jones .__..,_...-_ 3.20 NWT _____.._ 29 43 32 20 Unknown ___.._._.:...._..... 4,70N'y
' ft. off E of NWJ of SW'.4of -
Lot 4 less 8 .
,, occupied such a unique, extraordinary ... i.- ;" NW'4 __.._._ 29 43 '32 5 Unknown _.__.._._._._._.......-_ 2,73NEV
end _._._.___-.___ John W Gallagher ..........._ 1.64.. of mV1A. of ,

's V' and unparalleled position as Lots 5, 6 and 7 _'.._.._ ," Mrs W. A. ,Jones; ._....,:,._..w 3.98 SW?! ...._.__._..?_____. 2:1: 43 32 10.' Unknown '_'_._'.'?__'''_'_'_'_ 2.73
Will Rogers did in the United Bel;'. 1088 ft 'V.and 5 .. I, \V3y of N'Vlof .
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'. ,' States. He had no prototype and 30 ft. S of NE Cor. ... ;"i. S\V/ .--_____. 29 43 32 20 J. P. Hendry. ....._...:_....._._..,.:._ 4.70
'. of NEJ See. 8 S 660 ;,: ;, S_ .", r 'c: '_ SE1,4 of NWJ4of ,

: there was no precedent for the ft.. 'V 330 ft., N "' { ... .(.'" S\Y'/.t __..___.__ 29 43 32 10 Unknown _._..?______ 3.72
z' place which he made for himself 660 ft., E 330 it. to : '."-". .: >>: AU _..._._____.__ 31 42 32 642 J. B. Hendry ___ .-r 39.88
Beg. _.__.___._ 8 43 .29 ,' 5" Mrs.' Sara Cooper. ._ :.::.:......._ 6,3Beg. 6 AU ____._____ 32 43 32 642 J. B. Hendry ____' 39.88
;;y; in this Country. This nation has 1418 ft. Wand. '..:. ,. ;- .. 'i ::t''. All _...__.__ 33 43 32 640 J. R Hendry ____.___ 39.88
'.... been prolific in the production of 50 ft. S of NE Cor. :)': : '> .: :'.1.. .. All .....__..__ 34 ,43' 32 640 .1. B. Hendry _____ 39.88 ,
of Sec. 8, S 660, ft., '- ,.. ,:.. j j'V All _._....-_..______. 35 43 32. 640 J. B. Hendry _.,__..__ .,_...._ 39.88
t' extraordinary, unique and distinc- 330 ft., N 660 ft., .: 'V'h of N\Vof -",
.. E 330 it. to Beg. ..... 8 43'. 29 '.;, 5. A.,' Onerato _....._..____......:_..._ 6.93 NE'4 of NW'4. .. '
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tive characters but in its ,
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century DEI.IUONT sun. 01'" 1';" ,,', : ;: "
SEi/ of NW'S% : ', ,
,
r and a half of existence as a government "'% of NEJ/ ........_ IS 4a. .. '" of NE%, E' of .' ',.. :, .('r::
r-. Lot 35, Block 1 ..r__.._ !I.. James A. Zipperer .._'::__._ 1.34 NW'4 of NEl 'V% ,' y. '
it has developed no one Lot 1, Block 2 _...,__. j Wise _._..__._.____._...-:_._.,__ 1.34 of NE3, of NE'/, .., :.' :" ': r.. ; ..' /. ;"
: :'
t: who can fairly be likened unto or Block 13, Lot 17 .-_ / Louise D. Barnwell,:__._ 1.34 N\Vof NEof .':: '- -" ':' .."" 'a', ; :.. : (. .\a.
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FORD PARK SUB. 8 43:0, of .. 0' .. :
compared with Will Rogers. Nor \ -. NE1/ NEW SE'/ / :: '
( Section 1, Lots 1 to \ SW?! of SE;! __ 10 H 32.. 255 :T. C. .Tackman_ _.._...L._ 14.63
:: private citizen in the entire eventful 162 ____.__.... '_ City of LaBelle.__._..___ 11.33 All ___W______._._.. 15 H 32' 640 '. 'J. C. Jackman .L": ...__ 36.:14:
history of this nation ever Section 2, Lots 1 Ito -," S1 of NWb and '\ <. :. :
., ..t' ,_ won 165 ______... ",Y. I' City of LaBelle _..._....._:.__ ,11.33 '
a fame so fadeless or linked his ENGLEWOOD TERR- NWu, of SW-..--. 22 44 32 .120. J. C. Jackman .::.___.:...._... 9.56
ACE _______ 8' 43' :0' .. .- SW's of SE1s ___..__ 22 44 32 40 J. C. Jackman _.__:...-..: __ 3.98
: .: name so securely with immortality. sun. : All ..._._. .__-.___. 27 H 32 640 J. C. Jackman ._.__.__..:..__ 35.68
When I started Section B, Lot8_ ____. laeCole & Jessie Stafford 1.34 W, of -S\V'i __......_.. 28 H 32 80 J. C. Jackman _'._,__r.'__'_ 7.50
k" :: writing this Sly of 84 to 113 and E% of SEJ4 of SW1.4 A,

: eulogy. I realized how futile it was S% of 115 to 120. '. and NW 1of SE% ", >i.;,
\; for me to to and All 114' ___. SAL RR. ____._._.._'...___.___.._. .6.33 ofNW'4 SW1/'t. 28 44 32 30 W. H. Adams _...: _S __ 3.70 'l
: .< try write the things W' of SW'/ of SW'i 11 43 29 :20 Margaret PerkallE __..____ 5.73 of SE1and ',I'>; ,
:: that should be written about WilL } of SE* of SW1j 11,43, 2:1: > 20 S. E. Sanchez _..__.__.....;... 22.47 NE'4 of SW'4 of ,

Rogers in the that S% of NW; and W', RE'4 and W of .. ',
tf" way he deserved of SW3i of NE?, 14 43 29 .100 ,Mrs. :May :MagilL :______ 16.61 SW'/s of SEJ4 -__._ 28 44. 32 70' J. C.. Jackman _.._-_._:..__ 7.52
; to have them written. And now NEJ,4 and S'% of W% of NE% ___. 32 44 % 32 80 W. H. Adams _:.:..-......_ 9.26.
that I have almost finished N\V1s and NE'4 of ., ; NE' of NWJ4 and 5 .
:{. I realize NW1/ and S'y ___ 16' .43 29 ,. ..- Alexander C. Zabriskia -_"':. 53.89 A" in NW Cor. of r .

:t'r most keenly how far short I LUCKEYS sun. OF '- SE1;i of NWl,4' _____ 32 44 32 45 J.V.. Wright ..._......:..:......___ 8.10
,; have fallen of what E1/r of NE1of '. '. NW'4 of NW-_.._.._ 32 H 32 .to Horace. G. Stouthard .;_:_._ 5.73
1. "" .' writing I would _.NE'l. ._.J.:-._.__._::_......::. 17 .13 .;:29 SE'of NW14"less 5 "'. ,
liked to have written. Block 3. Lots 7, 8 A. in NW Cor. __.. 32 41 32:: 35 ,W. H. Adams* ___'_ 6.03
'f"I thank God I and ( ________..__ \ S II.V. Luckey __._......:::_.. 164 SEt,+ of S\V'i and r ,: .'
..:.. as stand above Block 3, Lots 9 to 11 \ Oscar Luckey _____._ 1.34 syof NE& of -: .
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my 'buried friend, that there is Block 4, Lots' 9 and '., \ ',' : SWiJ ______ 32 44. 3260 :.J. C4.. Jackman .__"._.. .__. 6.33
!tit' not one ignoble 20 _._. : \: .S .> 1 Ed Prescott __...____..:__ 3.40 NEK of SEH _. 32 H. 32 40 S. L. Spicar ,---..:?-- .5.73
Lti.; m.emory.I.n. all Block 4, Lot "l7 H"- S Mattie Burnette .._.___. _, 222 SW'/s of NEi/. and i r.. -- -'.. -. _'r" .: >, ,: .c.'od '
':"' the shining pathway of his fame. FAVORS SUB. ___..: IT '..;43 '. :'u .' E% of NW',4 _____ 34 ::44-. 32:120, J. C. Jackman .:._ ::.:::...:":": 9.56
.' In all the glorious Lot 3 _-,.._.________._._ ..'._. J. J. May _._..__._?_.___..:......_ 134 PROVIDENCE CITY ,. S '. ," I k
;t.' gifts that God. Lot 5'f. '.aoiI&" Mary Cochran _._____.._ 2.2ROYAL OF OF '.:. :: ..
sun SAVVi .
Almighty him I 1'W' '
gave not one was I PALM ," : \
\Vy2 OF SEVi ___ 3-j 44 32 : :
'i 7", ever bent to willing service in an ESTATES No. :2: ., .;> Lots 25 and 26, Block .. : X ."" '. :,- :.,. :'., .
!:, unworthy Sub. __._.__,.__.._.. 17 '43 ::9.- 8 _____________. ... .,t. ',' ,V. M. Bradley _... I.G"Lots -
: cause. He lived to make Lots 7 and 8 __._.__ >' Mrs Sara: Powers Thomas 1.34 39 to 42, Block ; .:'. '>': '.',\ :'a ,': r ,. .' .,\ ..
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L the world about him better. With Lots 27 to 30 _____ .: Rev.: Wm. Brayshaw ..1;___.. 2.:2:: 20 _.._________. ". ,; I. Melvina Berry ?.._:.,........_+_ 1.6'1Lots
::, all his might he Nyi of S1. of SEH .'S' i 32 and 33, Block '
:{. helped to build a of NE% exc. 1% ... ". I I 23 ________ ; ; : Lorenzie 1,64
Ti;<" ', happier, heartier and more. whole- acres in NE Cor ...._ ,17' -,"'43 c. 29 I 8.5', James Newcomb. .;._........__..:_ 2.$2 Lots 23" and 24, lock ; : ; 'WI. :ji :
some sentiment Beg 343 ft. W and ":: I '. ':.' : :;';: .\-; .. -: 26 ThomasCurtis 1,64GARFIELD
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among his kind. 25 ft S of NE Cor. f\ ". ;. ,' ." .:, '" CITY SUB 34 '....41',''32". -,' -7 ':, .,\ I
"It is'no exaggeration to of N1of. Shy of -> : : Lots 11 and 12, Block .. :.. .:. -;. ',. -. ';. : .'
that the humblest and say SE'4 of NE'aV "* ) <. _>:i:: i': '\ 1, { r ,+'::::; '>5 ;,:.< 1 ...___.."__..._... .. ;./,,1 ";' .; ';',: :,: Avant _'.---':'' 7-- 1.64
the .
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highest .
137 ft. S 140 ft., E '- < .. ..,,_ .\\..." ; j; 1- oJ", '.,_ Lots 15 and 16, Block :, .. -
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the poorest and the richest-all 137 ft. N 140 ft. to '>i:'..._ .J .'- : .:'v'.:, '} '. ; .:'. ,' ,+\..w .?1'; ; 1 '-_._._______ .. z'ra, ":'-" _.i .'.1 ". Kelly Strong -..-.-.-....- -_..- 1.64 bLots
classes, colors and Beg. _____.___.._.. 17 43 29..: '. :""?<.5'B..A.\Viggingsl.:: ,}" ';; \t S 3.141. 24 to 27, Block I, ., .:<..'. .. '. :'. -
r .r : creeds, with an Beg. 40 Ads S of NE "I..eN:1:, <.. """ "' ,/>. ; .. 1 _.__ __ ,."" ., ', : J.J.Thornhlll. _, 1.64
unspeakable sorrow, mourn his Cor. NW1S 104 z ;: < Lots 2 and 3. Block 2 4 'S-5:- ,..._ : :' Mrs.T. C. Weeks __ 1.34

death as a public 4in.W208ft.8 S.. : Lot 24, Block 2 _ti ::s'.< ., .. .' Laura Taylor ____._ 1.3.
;' calamity. It is in, S 104 ft. 4 in. ; : '' :: Lot 23, Block 4 _._ ': 't ;\ -.' : .r._ Fannie A. Beatty ___ 1.34
; ,:, no exaggeration to say that no man E 208 ft. 8 in to Block 5, Lots 1 and 2 ; "- < ., Carrie Branham 1.34
lives who can take his Beg. _....___i __._.__ 17 43 29 : i':,, ;Roy A. ]Rimes .*.__....;-_?r'::,' 4.60 Block 5, Lots 45 and !; ;'.. ; .'r ; .
place. Lot 3 in N% of NW'4 17 .\'''43 29' 10' Corrine. Forrey ...;r.., ;.,.:..::!.J- .: 3.10 46Block.__-____- .w I", ., '.< :' Wallace & Ethel Banham 1.64
(Written Sunday, August 18th, BEN YON SUB. OF '. S ;.',. "'.:'. ;:'r ':'. 9, Lots 45 and .- '" :!. .... :'" .
; A., Lots 5, 6 inV> ; : '']:: Lillie Butler .. ___.__ 1.64
D. 1935) /_ 0/' ; 46 _._______ : -r' -. --- ---'
of NWVS C-KC. 2.83 A SE'of NW'4 ___... 36' 45 .32, 10 Eura Dee Durance __ 486
'4 S In. S'of_ Lot 6 _.._ 17 43 ::9.. .'
Sof 9
Hints : To Housewives Lots 9 to 11 _____.......r .. '. '.. T. E. Hedges ......._*_ :;,._ 4.86 Ely Mile of NEtf Canal -___ 11 48\ 32 .1 Unknown --.-___ 1.74

Lots 14 and 15 ____ ;; E. P. Booth _......-r.....:-_-___ 3,6 5Viy N of 9 Mile ,
Lots 47 and 48 ___., T. E. Hedges ___._.._._._.._ 1.34 Canal 11 43. 33 54 Unknown ..___...._:.....:...._ .9.56
E}_ of EV of NE'18 43 29 40 W. B. Manning:, Jr. _.._..._ 7.50 E% of EH of SW11? 43 33 40' Aripeka Farms Co. ..:___ 8.34
i',. '. THE OUTDOOR MEAL W% of Ely of NE118 43. ,29 10 J. L. Irvin __.__1._..__.:..:__.. 7.50 'VIh ofV}_ of SW'I.._ I. < '.; ,
EVELYN ', --.. '
q. TERRACE and W% of E'_ of
# SUB. OF SE/i OF ; .. '-, WIZ of SW% N of ;
r; ;,, Don't forget the importance of SWJ/ ---......--..-_. 18. .1.1: :9' 9 Mile Canal ___..._ 12 43 33 / 23 F. Deane Duff _._.._.___..__ 8.25 i
well-balanced a Lots 49 to 52 ......._..._... .''.. -' Victor M. Harris ._..__:"__,.. 1.34 w% of \Vof SW;"
meal, even when Lots 215 and 228 _.._ A. S. Velie ...__.._:..__._.._ 1.34UEI.LE S of 9 Mile Canal 12 43 33 23 F. Deane Duff _______ 7.65,
dinner or supper is served outdoors LA CASA E of SWi of SEJ4
e picnic style. SUB _._..__._..__._ 18 43 21)) of SEJ4 12 43 33 4 W. T. Neal ___"_'__ 1.74
& Block B Lot 1 ___ ,.. D. Widellty ........__....._....:___ 134 SE14 of SE14 of SE12 43 33 9 :Mabel Rankin Hay 2.43
: Plan the picnic meal around some ROYAL PALM E% of SE% of NWJ4W 11 44 33 20 E. R Caven __ 5.38
4 hot dish. A ESTATES NO. 7 of NWJ,4 of SEJ4 15 44 33 20 Mrs. Lillie Hartman 5.38

vacuum jug will keep sun _____.___ 19 43 20 E',,,. '.._-_.----------___._-_ 18 44 33 320 Fla. Land & Tjm. Co. _...., 3003
( food either hot or cold for hours. Block 5,' Lots 6 and 7 Miss Ola Jean Patterson.. 1.34 E V of SEt of NE23 44 33 20 Mary M. Capper _,____._ 5.38
If the family has E% of SE% of SEi18 43 29 20 Mary G. Coulter __.__1.._.._ 3.9 8Vi fff of SW, of NE'27 44 33 20 Geo. Knight -:_._..____ 5.38 ,
j'' such a jug, prepare E'/fc of NW'4 .._.._.._". 6 44 ::9: 80. R. N. Miller.r..__:.. ._. 7.59 All .___.________..... 4 46 3S 640 }I Ill.. Land & TIm. Co. __ 4481
soup, stew, chili, or almost Gov. Lots 3 and 4 and _......____.. _. '9 46 33 6.10 Fla. Land & Tim. Co. -_ 44.81
any food at home and SWvI of N'1,4 ".... 3 44 :9: 120 Louis Gordon __............___.._.. 11.71 All _..__._______...._ 10 46 33 640 Fla. Land & Tim. Co. _r._ 44.81
1... at the serve it hot All lyg- W St. Hy. .... 16 44 29 53 B. }<'. Wells, Jr. (tax) ...._ 4.07B All -........_.__..____-.-._._-. 18 46 33 640 Seaboard Highlands Inc. ._ 44.81
.' picnic. If not take a covered % of S\VV ._..._....._._._ 6 44 29 80 Jas. L. Nicholson : ....____ 7.59 All __...__.___.__.._.._ 20 46 33 640 Fla. Land & Tim. Co. _._ 4481
K, casserole of scalloped Alf lypr. W of St. Hy. 28 44 2:1: 22' D. I". Wells, Jr ___.. .__.. 1.:10: All .. 32 47 '33 6.10 Century Land Co.Sherman --__ 3569
::;: .', tomatoes potatoes, All lye. W of St. Hy. 33 44 29 1 B. F: Wells, Jr.. ._..._......_:_ 1.18 LINCOLN-SO.UARE
or mixed vegetables Keri RR '
Depot
that
1 SD. '
PARK 1\0.
: will hold its heat for an hour or Grounds __.__.._....,.... 1 45 29 1.98 ACL RY Co. _.._....._._.:....___ 2.58 OF E% -.. 35 47 33, ; .
,::,, SO. N% of NWM. ""_"_' 7 45 29 65 Lillie Maddox ._..-----3.4 7 Block 29, Lots 21 to ; .. 61 I
<;" N\Vv, of NE'/ of. 24 __._-__._._.. ', .. ', ..; :. ; ; SmithLettie _____._... L61
The fireplaces in local, state, and NE's _.__.____._?..... 20 45 29 10 It. N. Miller _....rr,..._....._...._.:_. 2.58SW14 Block 45, Lots 30 to ,! < : :'. .. :. \ .
( '
'.\,. national parks make it of NW1of 32 _.._._...___.._..____.. ,' :. ,'.' Haham ._" .__.___ 1.64
--t',: at easy to cook NE',4 ......._._.:...._._......... 20 45 29 10 n. N. Miller _.._...._;_:....-..__ 1.67 Block 59. Lots 11 and .. \, 'I' .: ;
the r'
L" picnic grounds. You can W% of W .' of SE1A 37 to 39: :-.1., .. Ell Thomas. _.__ .:. 1.64

i- prepare meat and vegetables of SW"t .._............._........... 2615 29 '10V. S. Shoults _........__.._...L -..5W3 7 LINCOLN SQUARE .
.-
,:t: home at of W% of NW/ PARK NO. :2: SD. ';. '0'
;.... and then reheat them over of NE'4 ._._._._..." 27 ,,15 2910' R. L. Lowe _:.____.._...__ 2.57 OFV% 35 47 33 5 5 r : .
the picnic fire. You SSVof NEf % -'_' 27 45 29 40' J. T. Perry .___r-_.__..?_. 4.11 Lots 12 and 13, Block
.', can bring \.\. -Li _- f T.'1/ u a .:;**r;/* 14 _. Hattie Bryant .._..:_=-- _164

canned foods and heat them quickly of vnVJ4 ::: 27 45 29: 10. Jas., E. Daverou'x -__...;,_._. 2.57 All ...._........_.__..__._.... 36 47 33. -640 T'l.miami Land ,LcY.. (;0. i .til::
at the picnic. Or you can broil N'VJ,4 of NWI4"llTss' NE% exc. NE1of '
'd"': steaks Sl/ .of SWH of. SEIi of NE',4 and '
or hamburgers. NW1.4 of NWJ, ...... 27 =. 45 .. 29'' '3i.: Mrs. Lillie E. Grainger .. 3.80 NW1 and S'h ___ 4. 48 33 G30 Fla. Land & Tim. Co. --_ 29.24

: Raw vegetables as a relish E'h of N\VV of NEW .... S GARFIELD PARK SD (
:' salad should be or of SE's ....__..._.._ 27 45 29. ." .. 5 ,. .R. N. Miller _.__..__........._ 1.67 OF SE'D 48' 33 t r I 1
:;' included in the S'VJ.4 of NE'i and '. Lots 31 and 32, Block'
' Picnic menu. if greens are E'k of SE 1A of I \ I 2 _._____ Joseph Springer ----._ 1.6-1
crisped '
In the refrigerator N\V'ii ....__......___.__.. 28 .45 29- 60 Joseph: 'Velntraub, ........_....... 6.53 Lets: 47 and 48, Block
they will stay \V4 of E''t of NW%, 14 .....___. .. r Joseph Springer --- 1.61

Pack quite fresh wrapped in waxed paper. 'VIh of NW of NWT..of 28 45 29 10 r !Minnie r ,A. Sumner _._.;._..... 3.51 Lot 8 A ...___._....--..... 7 '.13'. 3t ',14 Ellis R. Geiger --. ._ 6.37
carrot or Lot 21 w' of
or
cucumber sticks, NW1/ less Beg. S'V : of SEJ _.._ 7, 43 .34 S. 20.Vm.. H. Woodard -__ 9.63

celery, or green onions into a Cor., E 660 ft., N All SW'Frac. ____-..-_r:_.-.. 13 4.3 ':,34' 109 : U. S..Sugar Corp. .::-.__ 30.07Beg'
covered glass jar. 220 ft., W 660 ft.., S S E and 375 '

For the beverage 220 ft., to Beg. _...... 28 45. 21! 17 Minnie A. Sumner _--.r.._ 4.41 ft.. 500 N of ft.S'V Cor. or .. -
milk plan to have NW% of SE'A' ___'__ 28 45 29 40 R. ,N. Miller ._.._:.__.,.__.... 411 Sec. 14., E 380 ft., ,
for
the children E'h of NE1/ of NE'and '
at / .
least. .
If N, 114.63 ft., 'V 380 .
there is no to SE'A of NEJ.4 34 4S; 29 60 Jackson Grainer, est.- __. 6.2? 114.63 ft. to "
S
cold way keep the bottles NW% of SW'.r..__.... 34 45 29 40 Corton S. Campbell ..w__ 4.11 Beg ft.. ..___..._.._.._...._ 14 43I 34 1 Mrs. Adeline Brannon ___ 4.92
,, you can carry the milk in a All E of RR R'wy 10 43 30 290 J. B. Hendry ..___.._.--.._.._. 1631 S D T.
All ... .._. ..._..___.... HARLEM 0 .
vacuum bottle. -- -- 14 -13 3f. 640 J. B. Hendry _r.__- --.r... 35.68 D60d6fO ft. In %E'A 20 43' 34 :: .'
I All E of ACL RR K' __ Unknown ....--....--...--..- 1.44
Fruit is ideal for the picnic R'wy .-.....-.-.._...._.._... 15 43 30 600 J. B. Hendry' r-,_,,,._, 3331 Lot Lot 16 23., Block Block K __' Mary l\IJlls _.--.-.?..--.__:. 3.4.2
dessert. You might choose SE1of NEt,4 and S Block K __.._ J. H. Johnson .........__ 4.40
apples, S1hE of ACL RR J ,I. Lot 30. .

bananas, grapes, plums, fresh pineapple :''r R'wy.of NW-...-_.__.__ 16 43 I 30 42 J. B. Hendry..... __-._ ...... 4.58 Lots L 13.--and.....--14_,_Block.._"__.. .W. M. Tobias ___" __ 3.72
'A and NJ Geo. Tobias 1.44
melons '
or ,other Lot 17 Block L .._ ----- I
season. of SE'4 'of N\V1A.. 16 .43' 29 100 Carl G. Lemberg __ 9.56 and 21 Block
tarts" 20 ,
Crunchy cookies All E of ACI.I Rn Lots ... ,
; Gladys Taylor ___ 3.72
turnovers, or cup'cakes also R'wy. .........-.....--.__._ 21' 43 30 33'5 J. H. Hendry .-...-:.:... ..:, 20.13 Lot L 22....._Block______L____ Lydia Mitchell --_----r_ 2.43
ke ,
good desserts All -_-___ 22 43 30 640 J.. B. Hendry. _......___--C._; 35.68
for the outdoor meal. Parts of Sections 3. .. .(Continued on Pas
10, 15, 16, 21. 28. 29 32 43 30 9-1 ACL RY Co. -_-__ 37.24

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CLE\VlSlONi! NEWS m-OE SEVEN
THE
AUGUST 23, 1940


(..:..J..JWJW%.%$..%.;..JMJ..J..>.;..;..:..:..:..:.:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..: :..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..;..:. Mrs. T. C. Musgrave and son, MRS. E. CORXETTE HONOREE GIRLS AUXILIARY MEETINGThe
... -y i.y Eddie, returned recently from a six AT SURPRISE BRIDAY SHOWERA
1=1 In Niles Girls' met the-
y weeks' visit with relatives Auxiliary at
: Ohio. They were accompanied by surprise .bridal shower was .home of Marilyn Davis Wednesday

I' PERSONAL and SOCIETY :r* Mrs. Musgrave's mother Mrs. H. G. given Wednesday afternoon for I afternoon. The program was "A

I Bealer and Marie Brooks of Miami Mrs. Eugene Cornette by Mrs. Wonderful Treasure Chest" with
and by Jack Beach who visited several members taking part.
.:
; Richard Hooks, Mrs. Howard
.: relatives in Cleveland. the
\ At close of the program cake
.. ',. Leonard Mrs. E. M. Cornette.The .

I ..'!....._.................................-....-....-......-....-.................................... .r.................................................................................................................'...'.... Ken Harris left Monday to re- party and was held at the Cornette and tending punch were were Shirley served.'TCruger Those, Jackie at-
I
Charles Benson spent the week- Mrs. J. P. Holliugsworth, Mr. report for duty in the Army Air home. A shower of lovely and Bledsoe Margie Allen, Betty Dixon

end in Jacksonville.,, 'I and Mrs. J. P. Hollingsworth, jr., Corps in which he recently enlisted. useful gifts was presented the Doris Simmons, Mamie Trice, Joyce
for further Philips, Jo Ann Walker and Dorothy
I I He was sent to Tampa
Mrs. Elmo Hood, Betty and Jimmy bride who was Miss Madeline Haven '
T. L. Walden, sr., spent fcvrdaj's Hollingsworth, of Miami spent Sunday physical examination and will be of South Bay before her marriage Cely.
I assigned to duty either at Kelly
: last week in Tampa here visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. last month.
i I Field, Texas, or at a flying field in
E. Hollingsworth. California.Mrs. Miniature brides were given as J. M. CO USE
Miss Ruth Knight is spending two favors to the guests, and refresh-

weeks with friends in Miami. I'I : ments, of Jello, Individual cakes and Counselor and Attorney at Law
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and I Ona Morgan and, daughter, an iced drink were served. Hopkins Building
son, Joe, left Wednesday for a few Maisie, of Columbus, Ga. spent Sun- Wednesdays and 'Saturdays
James Wynn spent a few days in The guests Included Mrs. Eugene
days visit with relatives in Stuart. day night here with Mr. and Mrs.E. 9:30 to 4:00
I latter week Cornette, Mrs. Bob Harris, Mrs.G. .
of the :
\ Tampa the part They will go to Bradenton Beach L. Stewart, en route to Miami
,. E. Wenzloff, Mrs. W. W. Perry,
the latter part of the week to spend for a vacation. Mrs. Morgan resided -
L. W.' Willis of Tampa spent the the rest of their vacation.Mr. in Clewiston several years Mrs. Gratton George, Miss Margaret ,
Von Mach, Miss Runelle McGehee,
Johnson's Fish
week-end visiting 3Mr. and Mrs. W. ago when her husband was editorof CampNear
Miss Kathleen Lewis, Miss Leah
H. Warren. and Mrs.' Robert George hadas the Clewiston News.
Rlchaud, Miss Winnie Bozeman, ( Hurricane Gate)
their guests for several days Miss Maxine Doty, Miss Esther Clewiston Fla.
Miss Mary Markette and Mrs. W. Mr. George's sister, Mrs. U. R. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Kelly with Haven and Miss Edythe Cornette.CottrellStewart ,

L. Brown, jr., spent the weekendin Elrod of Cape Girardeau, Mo.,. and their son, Sam, arrived Sunday Boats and Motors-Guide Service
his niece, Mrs. Edmund Tackman, from Kearney, Missouri to visit Rates ReasonableW.

Ocala. 'I Mr. Tackman and their son, Nor- two other sons, Robert and Lloyd, H. Johnson, Mgr.

and bert, of Peoria, Ill and their brother, E. E. Kelly and .
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry ---
family are spending this week on Mrs. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Friends here will be Interestedto

1 vacation at Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.. E. E. learn of the marriage in Arcadiaon (Fitted Masses and Scientifically Repaired Broken Duplicated Len ell

and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and Kelly spent the week in Miami, and Thursday afternoon of last weekof DR F, D. GUDBAUR

Mrs. C. L. Downs, Miss Dorothy Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mr. and Cuba. ...... John S. Cottrell of Moore Haven Timberlake and Jack: House were Mrs. H. R. Hall are making a business --- to Miss Miriam Stewart, daughterof Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade
visitors Sunday in Miami. trip to St. Petersburg Sundayin Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Zander, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stewart of Fort Myera Florida
the interest of the Community Isr.I of Okeechobee spent Sunday Arcadia.Mr. Successor to K. H. Oakley
'
Mr.. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail Church. here with their son-in-law and Cottrell has considerable 1

were visitors Saturday in West I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace property interests in Clewiston and
Palm Beach. A. L. Hackett left Friday for Arey. Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn accompanied is an officer in the First Bank of MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

Carlsbad, New Mexico, to spend his them and visited her son, Clewiston. Mrs. Cottrell has been ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. J. vacation. Mrs. ,Hackett and their C. J. Lovvorn and her daughter, one of the leading faculty membersof Maps Estimates

F. Curry spent Monday afternoonin children who have been visitingher Mrs. Keathley Bowden, and their the schools in Arcadia for sever- JOHN H. DOTY

Fort Myers. parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. families. al years and taught in the Moore
Consultant
Fagan for several months, will return Haven school in the term of 1931- Engineering

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pe rton' of to Clewiston with him. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Thomas, 32. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

Jacksonville were visitors in Clew- I Carolyn Thomas, Mrs. Benjamin M. I'
iston Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence spent Plain Miss Nell Plain and Mrs. y

I the week-end at Fort Myers Beach I F. S., Renshaw spent the weekendin .:N.N:N:.1.N.N:N.N.1.:N.N:..:N.N:N:11:N:N:N:N:N:N:. :N,.N..N.'11.N..N.N.N'.N..N.ti.N.M..N..N..N.N.N.N..N..N..N..I...N..N......N..N'.N.

Mis. Judson Francis and baby, with Mr.: and Mrs. Donnie Durrence, Miami and Key West. Mrs. !:: i :|_f:
NOTICE
Mary Catherine of Canal Point who had also as their guests their Plain, Miss Plain and Mrs. Ren-

spent the week here with Mr. and mother, Mrs. Leona Durrence, of shaw left Wednesday for their
To New' and Old ?
Mrs. A. O. Ward. Glenville, Ga. and their brothers, homes in Madisonville and Bowling Arrivals in Clewiston
Aubrey Durrence, of New York City, v y
Green, Kentucky, after a week'svisit :t: Register your name and present address with us so your, i::
Bill Durrence and his wife of
,Mr. and Mrs. Olin Waters and and Thomases.
with the
r .2. I friends and relatives will have no trouble locating you as ;
Mrs. M. E. Von Mach returned Griffin, Ga. ':' we will gladly direct them personally to your home.

Tuesday from Detroit, Michigan, I Enjoying an informal tea at the ::.: There is no charge or obligation. We only want to do our t tClewiston ::
they spent a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith were .3 in service visitors
where home of Mrs. Willard Simpson Fri- part rendering a needed to the and residents ti
hosts at a spaghetti supper Friday ) ; i ::
day afternoon were Mrs. C. L. ::: of Clewiston.. Register Today. :
.- Miss Louise Hollingsworth returned evening. Their guests were Mr. Moran, Mrs. Jay W. Moran, Mrs
to Clewiston Sunday after a and Mrs. Dave Herbertson, W. R. G. T. Augur, Mrs. T. F. Murray, :;: GULF SERVICE STATION :
with relatives in Hillen, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Thomas, v
three weeks' visit
Mrs. Miles Thomas, Mrs. B. M .:. G. B. THOMAS Mgr. .:.
Mrs. B. M. Plain, Miss Nell Plain '
Miami. Plain, Miss Nell Plain, Mrs. F. S. .:. 'i'
and Mrs. F. S. Renshaw.Mr. Renshaw, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. 1.N:M:H.N:..:N.N.N.N.N:N.N:N:N.N.N.H:N:M:N.N:N.N.N:N:H.N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:M:N:N,:N:M:N:N:N:N: :N:.;:.

Misses Hazel Prince, Florence J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. N. Smith and
i Gebhart Phyllis' Johnston and A. and Mrs. Richard H. Knightand
Mrs. K. Bowden. ""'' rIo -----
sons, Richard and Jimmy returned IIIIIlluhuuun
W. Johnston were Sunday visitors
'
14 in West Palm Beach'. Tuesday from Foley, Ala. I II
'I Mrs. Knight and the boys have been Among the Clewiston residentswho

Mrs. Crystal Blackburn and Mrs. there since the first of July, and attended the song-fest at the

Alma McCullen of, Miami are visiting Mr. Knight went up for them two Azucar Recreation Center Saturdaywere
Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran,
weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Sharon
this week.
Mrs. T., F. Murray and children' Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. V.. C. Woodward -

Mr.. and Mis. B. B. Wilson and :Polly and Tommy, who have spent I Mr. and Mrs. ,Boyd Vorhees, I sovings account with us,you :
the past, month with her sister, M. E. Von Mach and children, Mr: have a at a time-lit'
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. 'Lovvorn were When dollars\\ i
visitors in Fort Myers Sunday after- Mrs. G. T. Augur left Tuesday for I and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs odd to .t, a few out of your mcome
= can
Jacksonville. They will visit for Keathley Bowden, H. C. Kolstad,

it noon. ......- a few days there before returning : A. O. Ward, Kim Kolstad, Kay' J semihe \

F. Deane left Saturday to to their home in New Orleans.C. ,Bowden, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rack-I -r _
straw and A. O. OliYer.GranthamBrantley. annuoU1 really ,and let
todoy .
join Mrs.'Duff at Grove Park Inn, = ofice{
E. Miner and Mr. and Mrs. into our Insure d SavingB ,
Asheville, for a two weeks' vaca- Why not come about our
Glen Etherton returned
Tuesday more
tion.
\ after a week's stay in Highlands, us\anY ,YOU from t he 1st on 0\\\l

Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Misses N. C. with the Miner family. Anne I Earrings the 10th.
by
? Runelle McGehee and Julia Anne Prewitt, who spent a month there Miss Janie Brantley, younger .. .. funds received
Oglesby were Monday visitors in with the Miners, returned with daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. B. .

Punta Gorda. them. Brantley, and J. W. Grantham were

......... married in a quiet ceremony per-

.u Miss Dorothy Timberlake of A group of friends who enjoyeda formed in Moore Haven Thursday Federal Savingsand

-. <" Montgomery" Alabama, is vising her farewell party given in honorof evening. Judge J. M. Couse officiated -

v brother, Martin Timberlake, at the Ken Harris, at the Cock- and Mr. and Mrs Louis Wethington -

"( Clewiston Inn. tail Lounge Saturday evening were were attendants.Mr. Loan Association

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mr. Grantham is employed by

., I Miss Marcia Avant spent the and Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. and Mrs.R. the sugar corporation and the

week-end in Tampa visiting Mr. M. Hare, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl couple are residing in Clewiston.

.' and baby,Mrs.Marcia.Jones Bryan and their Berner Prince,, Misses Shady Lois Wright Prince, Phyllis Hazel 11 IIG! 11II I''l I G IG lImlllllllml/llllllllllmllmllmllllmllllillllllmllliiilllml Il i / li I I G! iG i GI III I I GI !ii I B 111IrllIljlllllilimlllllmJllillm il!II! ] I!i !I mmlillm lil I/IlIIililillIilIWIIIl/) l i !ll!mllm IIGNI lIlImllillmlllmlm!!, Gl !G Gd9 ll lmmmWll1! G V9G J GG I II III

Johnston, Florence Gebhart, Mrs. FOR SALE: Thorobred Jersey Milk =--=
,: I <===
: Mr and Mrs. R. L. Saxon, Joan, Blanche Turner Al W. Johnston, Cow. See Roger Saxon or Art I
Announcing
-
Parker Wilson . .. .
r. Thornton and Janice Saxon, of and Joe Hall. I Lawrence.ANNOUNCING. .

f. Miami spent the week-end in Clew
r iston with relatives.I' -- the opening of i==
',:..w%"."."..vv"X"XK"X"X"X"X"XI ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. =

Mrs. W. D. Greene and Mrs. C. .' Motor Parts ==
r Thompson

l r', business B. Farnam visitors of Moore in Clewiston Haven Tues-were :I!: :|;:

., day. X y X Fl Supply House :"

" l Mr., and Mis.-L. H., Calkins and |_: Five Choice Lots :_\ c

Mrs. Lillian Norton of Miami were Monday in ;;
s L recent guests of Mrs. Ruth B.

p F":, Owens. ;|% BUSINESS and RESIDENTIAL :;ij: : NEW BUILDING ON FRANCISCO ST.


#. t ': Mr. and Mrs. E. 'V. Suddeth and % y y -- One. Block North of Bank -
-- --
\ Jack House of Sarasota visited Mrs. |:: Priced for quick Sale $:: ==
t Suddeth's sister, Mrs. C. L. Downs,
for several days this week. ? I G
I, ? Inquire this office for details i LFI Double Diamond Gears and Axles

F i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. ? .. X ii Champion Spark Plugs .
Keathley Bowden and C. J. Lovvorn .> X. B. Sorry, one already sold. ''s'*

1 were evening.in West Palm Beach Saturday a h y Y ii DuPont P nb'


r';" Ir. and Mrs. W. F. Thirkildson iiii! Y Y't'y Ii and a complete N. ,A. P. A. Line of

I J..' held of Mlami by various attended plantation the Song-fest groupsat : J. E. Beardsley : =i= g Auto Parts ? P1LI

the Aucar recreation field Sat- A .
urday. _:;: REAL / ESTATE |

"f A & We Appreciate Your Patronage

I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt spent :f i: JIM BEARDSLEY ART LAWRENCE V.t' G -

the week-end in Tampa with their ::2:. BETTY SPICER MILDRED DURST :;: G. F. MABRY, Mgr.
r. father, Benjamin Prewitt. Miss .t. :
I f
Louise Prewitt returned with them x

I after .jv month's visit, :......-.;.... .'.,...w, .........,T;.....tW.tHt; "1 ".. ....:i >{Jrt......t.ft"H"!. .'"'t. t""rWW; ;.2. ij.I I 1 1 ,lIim 1lllllilmFRIDAY
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THE CHEERFUL\ O1EHJ&OK

two to acabinB F

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0 MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE bundle of f acts

CHAPTER xm-Continued John gave a short laugh. "You "You'll turn her into a neurotic if has been. Her every thought has Thtt I've psjnfvllyed
-20- aren't going to assume full responsi- you don't stop coddling her." been for us."
The door opened before Debby bility for all of us, are you?" he "Debby is sensitive in a way "It 'would have been better for : ..') for myselF

reached it. John stood there, smiling asked. "I think we can leave Deb- which I think I understand better her, for you, if she had to plan for Ey t. lot of ridiculous

::: his face glowing with cold above by's education to Mother." than you." us, Gay. There wasn't much money. ct5
{ the collar of the bear skin coat, his "I wasn't thinking of Debby's education John turned to Gay in smiling You can't understand, I suppose." wren'!

h. hat in his hand. ," she said lightly. "I thoughtshe exasperation. "What was the use "No, frankly, I can't." Q
.. "Hello" he said. The smile fad- would enjoy a visit in New York of my spending four years in medi- "That's because you have the protection
ed as his eyes moved questioningly and that I would enjoy having her cal school and two years interning of wealth," he said stiffly. v
!(: about the room. "What's the matter there. My motives, as usual, I'm when mother, by instinct, knows "Oh, Because ,9 a '
money
'? ?" he asked"hesitantly. "What's afraid, were almost entirely selfish." sion.more" than I do about my profes- fathers left a trust fund for my me grand-, we ii; :: ..

s R: going on here? John looked at her, then, question- bicker and quarrel." Antagonism ,
:
Debby conquered her sobs. Her and Again a faint chilling smile '.
:rx ingly, pleadingly. She smiled sharpened her voice, a sense of the
t':' head lifted. his face cleared. touched Ann Houghton's lips. distance widening between them. WNU Service.Electoral b .",
"Gay wants to take me back to "She would enjoy it," he said. "I should like you to go with me, "You attach too much importanceto
' York with her she said, "and "
New John she
"She's always been crazy about you. repeated. "Debby is what I have-"
:, Mother won't let me go. nervously excited. She'll probablyneed
The idea of before she met .
you you.I "It isn't because have it "
you now, CollegeThe
.' "So threw tantrum. Over sedative to her
\:< you a after these a put to 'sleep.
now, past
suppose he said slowly with
measured de
; Debby's head John's eyes flashed a three days, she's your slave." He The doughnuts will wait, and Gay liberation. "It's because United States Constitution
:.' question at Gay. She tried to smile will excuse you for a few minutes, you've'always provides that congress "may determine -
had it. From the
,'; reassuringly but his expression, con- I'm sure." hour you the time of choosing the
! cerned and apprehensive, told her "Certainly, Mrs. Houghton." were born every thought you've had, presidential electors and the dayon
l S. that she had not succeeded. "Back in a minute, Gay." John's every move you've made, has been which they shall give their

t.;: "I think it is wiser for Debby to eyes were pleading. His smile was colored and shaped by the fact that votes." By the act of congress the
both
:,: remain afliome." Gay saw that Ann strained. your grandfathers "were date the electors now meet to can-
y Houghton's eyes, lifted quickly to "Good-night, Gay." wealthy men. Your mother- vass the popular vote for Presi- r:

r- her son, were frightened, now, heard "Good-night, Mrs. Houghton." "How absurd we are!" She gavea dent and vice president is the first ,$\"
::"', the shaken note in her voice. John went out of the room with short strained laugh. "In New Monday after the second Wednesday -
1:. "Wiser!" Debby's voice rose again his mother. The door closed. Gay York we quarreled because my in December.The .
', to an hysterical pitch. She whirled stood leaning against the back of the mother did not display a properly President and vice presi-

:: from her,mother to face John, stand- i chair, staring into the fire. maternal attitude. Now we quarrel dent are not officially declared

: ing grave and silent in the doorway. because your mother is a model of elected, however, until a joint ses-
"You know why she won't let me Gay did not turn when the door sion of congress is held on Janu-
I know that she doesn't opened. She remained seated in the
:- go. You ap- ary 6, three days after congress
: prove of-" / chair beside the hearth, looking up convenes, at which the electoral
K; "Go to your room, Debby." John's at the painting above the. mantel., vote is canvassed.-Pathfinder.
I ,' voice, cutting through her hysterical "Were you asleep?" John asked,

outburst, silenced Debby. She coming to the chair.. "I'm sorry 1 ,
went past him out of the room, herhead I've been so long."

drooping again, her defiance Ifl'IiwIrr "No, not asleep. I've been getting F.ST.JOSIii1

P crumpling beneath his stern, uncom- acquainted with the gentleman up I SELLER ASPIRIN
Sarah fol- AT 10=
promising expression. there. It's your great-grandfather,
lowed. The door closed.CHAPTER.XIV. ) isn't it?"

"Abner Houghton-yes."
The Wise Feast
hiI "You don't look like him. In an
Fools make feasts and wise
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1h hour of intensive study I haven'tbeen
P "What is it, Mother?" John threw, able to find a trace of resem men eat them.-Benjamin Frank-
off his coat and walked to the I blance." I a- lin.
hearth. "What started this? Whatis ,
"I'm it's been
sorry an hour. I
it all about?" wanted to get back to you." He ti TO CHECK
: "I don't think we need to discuss 'RIA t "
bent to lift her hands' lying in her \
\
}, it." Ann Houghton resumed her knit- A
"Come here
lap. over where we \
u : ting. During the interval of silence I can be close together. I haven'tkissed IN 7CAYS
which had followed the of
closing John stood there, smiling. you for three days.".
the door, she had regained her com "Has it been only three days?" 9
: Her hands the take
posure. manipulated turned to his mother. "Let her go "Darling, have you been miserable ,
amber needles steadily.' Only the
with Gay, Mother. She isn't doing ?"- LIQUID OR TABLETS
dull red flush that burned in her
much here." She drew her hands from his, sat

: tion.cheeks betrayed any inward agita- The distance between them nar- looking down at them, silent.'' Man in NeedA

"I don't agree with you." John rowed. Gay's spirits lifted. It was "What is it? What are you think- I man of many trades begs his

stood with his back to the fire, his as though he had come to stand be- ing?"' 7l"If bread on Sunday.
glance turning from his mother' to side her and taken her hand in his. "I"want togo, with you tomor- '

Gay, then back again to Ann Houghton. "I don't feel that it.would be wise, row. 'r{
"I find Debby in hysterics, John," Ann Houghton said reason- "Into" Portland? I meant to take

Sarah crying, you and Gay obvi- ably, quietly. "Debby is impressionable you. .ElIEVESSUHBURN'II NE
.*. ously distressed. I should like to and immature. It would be "And then on to. New York-to- you knew that Mother's life
"
know, if you please, exactly what mistaken kindness, if you'll permitme morrow. had been.
has happened." to express myself frankly, Gay, "But Mary expects you to stay.
Gay's hands tightened on the backof to give her, at this time, a taste of And the kids. Nat made me prom- maternal devotion." Oh, is it impor- Wit PredominatesThere

the chair behind which she stood. something she can't have perma- ise to bring you." tant, John? are forty men of wit to

4,; "It was my fault," she said. "I nently. I'm afraid she would be "That's dear of them, but-" "We are each of us the productof one man of sense.
invited Debby to go back to New more discontented than ever when "Look'at me, Gay." our separate environments," he

.f. York with me." she returned." She raised her head. Seeing his said carefully, thoughtfully. "You

t. "And you don't want her to go?" "Good Lord, Mother." John's grave and troubled face, she gave a had nurses and governesses. You I' .
John's eyes, grave and. concerned, voice held a note of irritation. "No- little cry. He bent toward her. Her were sent to camps, to schools, to
r::: turned again from Gay to his moth- body wants to eat fruit cake for every arms went around his neck. Their the sea-shore in summer, to danc-

r, meal, but it's pleasant once in lips met and clung. Presently he ing class. For your birthdays ma-
t: er."I don't think it advisable. Unfortunately a while." drew away, straightened, took her gicians were hired to entertain you Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof

.' Debby had her heart set Ann Houghton smiled faintly."I hands to pull her up from the chair. and your guests. When you were Harmful Body Waste
;.. on it. She was rude to me and inconsiderate think that sort of 'fruit cake "Did taking Debby to New York sick there were nurses. Mother did Your kidneys are constantly filtering
;: ': of Gay. I did think she'd everything for us. When we were waste matter from the blood stream.But
: tantrums." just now," she said, "would be very mean so much to you? sick, she couldn't afford to engage a kidneys sometimes lag in their v"ork-do
outgrown not act as Nature intended-fall to remove -
should have
bad for Debby. With this notion "I enjoyed havingher
I" "'should have consulted Mrs. trained nurse. There was no money impurities that if retained may
she has of singing on a radio but that isn't important." poison the system and upset the whole
program elaborate amusement
for toys
Houghton before I spoke of it to entertaining body machinery.Symptoms .
l:'. Debby. I'm sorry. It didn't occurto or in some place of.entertain- "That act she pulled must have Mother made fun for us may be nagging backache;
i that ment, I'm afraid that being'in New been unpleasant for you." at home. She scrimped and savedto persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
., me any objection would be getting up nights, swelling puffiness
' .: raised." York with Gay would turn her head "It wasn't an act." She sat beside send me to college, to send Sarah. under the eyes-a feeling of nervous)
- ; completely." him on a sofa with a high back She managed it in ways you couldn't anxiety and loss of pep and strength. _
; do
"Why you object, Mother? Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder ,{..
';>\ Ann Houghton regarded her son "I shouldn't allow her to do any- curled at one end like a snail. "Deb- understand, hamburger instead of are sometimes burning scanty or \
thing of which would meant word she said." steak quite enough heat in too frequent urination.
/: with a studied deliberation which you disap- by every never There should be no doubt that prompt
f chilled Gay's sympathy, aroused her prove, Mrs. Houghton." He looked searchingly into her the house, dried vegetables instead treatment is wiser than neglect. IIeeDoon'a
I Pills.Doan's have been winning
antagonism. As deeply as memories "I don't question that, but your eyes. of fresh ones in winter, Sarah'sdresses new friends for more than forty years.
:;.. of her own turbulent adolescence life is so different from our life here. "Do you believe that, Gay?" made over for Debby-" They have a nation-wide reputation.the -
I Are recommended by grateful people
',:. had moved her to sympathy for Debby ,I'm afraid that the contrast-" "Of course I believe it. I've been (TO BE CONTINUED) country over. Ask your neighbor!

she had pitied John's mother, "You know Debby is a chameleon, here for three days."

... too. Now, watching her manner with Mother. She adapts herself easilyto "Mother told me. I hadn't realized Many Non-Metal Parts
! John its effect him ,
upon pity crys- any environment." -'
tallized into resentment. Debby's Are Used in AutomobileSteel
"That's just why I don'tshe "I don't want to discuss your
accusations had,held a measure, at
least, of truth. If she had not seen broke off, glanced quickly at John, mother, John." and iron are the basic ma- WNU-7 34-40
at "I'm not can't believe the terials of automobile constructionbut
Ann Houghton's gesture in John's Gay. presuming to criti- "But you things
room this morning, if she had not cize your mode of living, Gay, but Debby said were true." a surprising number of nonmetallic -
had that revealing glimpse of the I'm convinced that for Debby justat "They are true. I'm sorry if it substances enter also. VactJ, Off 6

possessive passion which burned be- this time- If it were Sarah, offends you but you asked for it." Rubber is the principal contributorto

,_ neath her controlled and reasonable that would be a different matter." He drew a little away from her. quiet, vibration-free riding, pro-
manner with her children, she mightnow She folded her knitting into the bag. "Mother is only thinking of what is viding cushions between frame and ADVERTISING
be convinced that only wisdom "I shouldn't think you would want best for Debby. She, is emotionaland I body, bumpers to take the shock of
motivated the decision she had her.for a visit after the scene you've immature, and she has this no- : slamming doors, windlaces and gas-
made. But she had seen. She knew- just witnessed. I feel that she, thatI tion about singing""Why : kets to keep out drafts, cement to
owe you an apology." seal joints along'the floor, pads to
"You know how difficult Debby shouldn't she have a ADVERTISINGrepresents
has been," Ann Houghton replied, "No, please, Mrs. Houghton. She chance?" keep feet'from skidding off the ped-
her eyes holding John's troubled was terribly disappointed. It was "That isn't what Mother wants for als, hose for radiator, heater and the leadership ofa
fault. I should have windshield wiper, mats for running
glance. "This year, especially. She's my consultedyou. Debby. nation. It points the
just beginning to show a real inter- It's all right. I understandhow "What does she want for Debby?" boards and floor. way.
est in the courses she's taking at you feel, but I'm disappointedtoo. "She wants her to go to college." All told, a number of cars have as We merely follow-follow to

the high school. I'm sure it wouldbe ." "So that Debby can spend the many as 250 rubber parts, and one of comfort
of
unwise to allow her to make a John made a restless movementon rest of her life being grateful to of current manufacture has 335. Six- new heights "

break now." the hearth. "Then it's settled, her?" Her voice softened. "Oh, I ty pounds of rubber products apart convenience, of happiness.As .
isn't it? Debby doesn't back from tires is not unusual in a car.
"Perhaps you're right, John said go to am sorry, John. I shouldn't have
doubtfully."I New York with Gay. Now may we said that." Next to rubber perhaps the most time 'goes on advertis-
offered to have her tutored in talk of something else? Food, for in- "You can say what you like to useful non-metallic ingredients are
the courses she's taking," Gay said, stance. I'm starved. Did Huldah me, what you think, how you feel." the plastics which serve many use- ing is used more and more,

"or send her to a business school. make chocolate doughnuts? Come "No, I can't. When I do, we quar- ful purposes of which some are and as it is used more we
It's quite probable that she might out to the kitchen with me, Gay." rel. Debby isn't important insofaras conspicuously new, though really be-
make more rapid progress with a Ann Houghton rose from her we are concerned. But your longing to a family of products with all profit more. It's the way

tutor than in a class at the high chair. "If you please, John, I'd mother is. She doesn't want Debbyto which engineers have been long fa- advertising has-
school here." like you to go to Debby with me." go to New York with me be- miliar. It was at least three dec-

She had not meant to give an impression "Oh, let her alone. You know cause she's afraid of me, of the ades ago that phenolic resinoidswere of bringing a profit to
of patronage. But that, she how she is when she's had a tan things I can do for her. She wantsto taken up as substitutes for everybody concerned
saw, was the effect of her words trum. Don't play up to her and be everything to all of you." defective electrical insulation. Today ,
upon Ann Houghton, upon John. she'll get over it." "That's natural, isn't it?" similar synthetic products are the consumer inclu eclkeys

"That's very generous, Gay," "I don't think she's well. She's "Natural, perhaps, but selfish. widely used also for steering wheel

John's mother said, "blit quite un I not been herself these' past few Yes, selfish, John. Can't you see?" rims, control knobs, instrument panels ?
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Ortona Locks Remain I as it does at the low ebb of the scheduled for Friday evening, I Description's T ItA O\vn r.. Amount

season. I August 30th, and reservations can
TON .... i 10 43 34
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Closed Another Week The play is a Benefit for that or- be made through the Local Chapterof Lot :23 Block 22_:::.: .. Eugene Feuchting-er '''__'' 2.71 F

ganization and everyone connected the Red Cross; Miss Helen Lots 23 to 30 Block
26 ...:......_.._.__.__.._. R. N. Miller, Agent ____ 5.68 -
"Is donating Burgess director of the Four Arts
with the production Lot 4, Block 139: __.._.. Mrs Clyde Loser- _____ 1.44.
Unforeseen conditions which were their best efforts to make this one Summer School, or by telephoning Lot 6, Block 139 __"'_ \ Alice G. Rothrock _..;__ 1.50
9887 Lot 7, Block 139 -..--- I Mrs. Hannah :M. Hoover 1,50'Glen
'found at tho Ortona Locks by the of the biggest contributing factorsto West Palm Beach. It Is f .' 5
Beg 40 ft. S of NE ,
U. S. Engineers after dewateringthe the funds of the Red Cross., In requested that you make your Cor., Block 151S

structure the first of last week keeping with a policy now being vations as early as possible as reser-I' 40 ft. E to E line. .. .
of Lot 13. N 40 ftAV .
has caused the estimate of the time established by this Benefit The vations are already being to Beg. _'_.._ .
Neal ___'.::.:.._.....___.___ G.52
required for work on the locks to Little Theatre'plaus' to produce at seats are going fast. The play is to N 40 ft. of''LotsM 12 5 "

least one of their performances a be at the High School Audi- nnd 13 Block 151 :. Mrs E. A. Schult" :..,___._ 7.51
be extended for another ten days or given I Lot 7. Block 167 ___ Mrs Sarah F. Feuchtlnger 3.18

two weeks. year-the entire proceeds of which torium at West Palm Beach and Lot 15, Block 167 _._ Edgar Carlson _....:.___._... 3.18

The steel sheet piling In the lock -will go for some local charity. the curtain is scheduled to rise'' Lot 29, Block 167 _.... n. C. Wilson '_..._...._.:...._........ 6..15
Lot 34. Block 167 .....
Evelyn J. Shelley ___...... 2,46Thos
chamber had apparently been effec- "Kisb the Boys Goodbje" n: promptly at 8:00 p. m. v I IContlnue'd Lots 35 and 36, Block .
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167 __ SLot
the brackish water there and B. Shelley .__.._.:.......... 30.36
ted by I 6. Block 169 ._ I. S. Bell ___._.____ 12.15R.
were in such condition that it I IDeeeription I Lot 12, Block 171 _._. N. :Miller Agent _.._... 1.014
Lot 6, Block 172 __._
sandblastall ( from Page 6) Mrs. Sarah F. FeuchUnger 2,96W.
found to .
was necessary Lot 7 Block 172 ____ '
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W. Perry __._..____ 14.58
steel work' before painting. The Lot 11; Block 172 __ Eugene Feuchtlng __ 3.02
length of time required for the J S T It A Owner Amount Lot 16, Block 172 __ W. E. Bolton _,., 26.98
Lot 15. Block 172 .__
'V. ,E. & J. B. Bolton __ 10.53
work at Ortona was based on the NE 4 of NW'4 of Lot IS. Block 172 .
51v3 ._._.._.___._.... 23 .13 34 10 Huth n. Beardsley. __?_-.._._ 4.70 Lots 7 and 8. Block -- TIobt. Esple, Jr. .._--_ 3.02 .
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condition in which the Moore Haven S'W'.4 of NW', oC. 173 _..........__._..___ '''.
Jocks were found last year. S V'4 .._...__.;..______. 23 43 3.\\ S Glades Purch.. Co. ......_q____ 4.70 a'nd H. J. B. Scharnberg 1w.__ 6.58
NE'of NE',4 of' \ Lots 11 12, Block ,, ; .y.c.,..:
The closing date was originallyset SE34 -_...._........_...._... 23 43. 34 10 Glades Purch. Co. _'_'"'__' 4.70 173 ..... -... ", < ,;;.i; : J. F. Tippey _-._..__.. _____ 5.27
from August 12 to the 26th S'VJ/i of NE 4 of J '. Lot 23, Blo"ck 173 L"y. ? ;" ,." :..: :May: S. Ames _._....__ 27.47J.
l _____...._............ 23 43 3.1 10 .1. 1\1. Couse _'___'''_'''_'_'_ 4.70 Lot 6, Block 175 --._ :, XV. ;::.yJ.7 \v. Jones .__._ 2.55
and has now been extended to SEE11 oC NE',4 of Lot 16, Block 176. ....... '..<".- G. E. Etherton ____ 2.13

September 2 to 5. Crews are being SE'/ ...._._..._............. 23 43 31 9 J. 1\1. Couse _.__.__...____ 4.70 Lot 28, Block 176 ....... .-*?. a':.*!: .. n. M. Bishop _........__._.... 2.69
NW1,4 of NE1,4 of \ Lot 29, Block 176' }rX 'V. J. Costello _._._____.... 2.69

worked twenty-four: hours a day, SE', ....._...___..__._. 23 43 31 9. J. 1\1; Couse ._.____.___._.;... 4.70 Lot 36, Block 176 _.... ,..:." ..._ ."CA v." 1 Ruth R. Beardsley _.__ 3.12
seven days a week in order to S'h of NW4 of SE" 23 43 31 ; 1:1: T. 1\1. Couse' _..,_,._:4;__..___... 8.34 Lot 4, Block 190 ___ :-:'.')i ?: G. E. Etherton ____.. 2.71
NE' of SW's of :. '. 1, Lot 2, Block 195 _...... '>"_.\:;, i. Mary E. Paton ________ 2.91R.

finish as quickly as possible. SE34 .._.___.._._..,_.. 23 .'.13 3t "" 10 J. Ii' Royal ._,...._._......:..:_..R._._. 4.70 Lot 4, Block 196_._.._ .: Beg. 678.3 ft on a .' .- h', .'' Lot 6, Block 196 __.__ '. .JV : :{:,4 -. M. E. Vasloe __.____.._ 2.91i
Lot 7, Block 201 _._... '.
: ';I Mt" H. R. Hopkinson ___ 3.18
bearing 'of N 89 degrees '' : .' "
LECTURER TO SPEAK: AT 29 min E '... ;:. .... .1"";,:". Lot 11, Block 201 --- ,:'f..w&LLot : I. G. E. Etherton _____ 3.18
SOUTH CLEWISTOX CHURCH from N'V Cor. .... '. '., .r'. 34, Block 201 _. -P{ ?\7" Jewell Seigler _._._.___ 3.45 (
thence de&rees Lot 1, Block 202 -..-: j..,,4; :, '. Geo. A. Heinz ___..___ 3.54

Dr. Wilfred .-S. Hale- of Miami, a 29 of min.110 :.E;thence distance S r'i' '::- :. ( ; Lots 202 6.._and__10_, Block___.. _,'/Y-. r:}. ;K"-''"'r., R. N. Mlller, Agent __ 2.94

:r : 'i' "',:. Lots 11 and 12, Blocks ,> ,:-K.3 *
lecturer of note as well as a Baptist Rd 110, ft thence, to N 10 .. "_. : 202 ..-.-------.___\ .< :\.1:. Mrs. F. C. Deacon ___....._ 4.95F.
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i ". .". Lot 11., Block 203_,._ i'. 1i'si'-3: .:- W. Iverson ____ _
pastor,. will give a series of lectures degrees and 43 min., : __ 2.96
W aig. RD RWY. to (: : 'i'iri\ : : ; :. : :; .'';i' : .':' Lot 3, Block 204"t.,4. ", '*i nf Geo. Prevatt _.___.__.__ 7.11

here on Monday, Tuesday and Wed- pt. of Beg. ___.._.... 23. 43 34 ;t. .25 Darrell & : Pansy ; Smith 13.61 Lot 13, Block 204 _... .(. :f* :;J: n. N. Miller, Agent ,_.__ 3.04
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nesday nights of next week at the -. .- Lots 2 and 3, Block .. -;: -
S'V Cor of Cecil L .1. '
Beg.
: tJo' 207 ... .. .... .... ;." / R. Agent __
Pentecostal Church in South Clew- Aiken Tract 'V -"..... -- -::- ---- ':.' '; :.,:: N. :Miller, 4.95
Lot 7. Block 207 ..__ ',. ,, 'I/' Thos. B. Logan ____ 2.78
and Parallel cord : j .
iston. E ,. ,. Lot 13, Block 207 __ '.._fv.-:.\ Mrs. Frances Neiman __._ 2.G5
50 ft., N 150 ft.,
Dr. Hale's lectures are based on and parallel Co. Lots 21 and 22, Block'i: :::; ;.

scientific, astronomic and religious RD. 50 ft. S to Beg. 23 .13 :H' ,25 Mc W. FullwoodL,. _._::...._ 4.92W'1h Lot 208 '-. :.;T'. :- Mrs. Louis Mor .....___.:..__ 4.21
of of .. 21. Block 208 -- ; n. N. Miller; Agent- _.___ .68
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research pertaining to the Great and 'V'h E'h of E'h of : Lots 25 and 26, Block :. ;,' ''.:or,> v

50 F. J. 'l'oke-eda .........__._..__:.. .12 SE1 oC NW1 _.._. 24' 43 34E' 208Lot _-----.- '" ..f:>""f.- .c- Allie Spear Burns. -'-.""'-'". 4.71C k
Pyramid of Gizeh Egypt which is '' 1
24 .J3 3t Williams ..__ .; :__ 6.37 34. Block 208 _.._.. "1 ,f- C. Hare ______.__.._.._.._._ 2.4fi
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of of 20
NE" NW1,4 Chas. .
said to foretell with great accuracy In '''n' Lot 29, Block 354 ...._._ .. "J.' Alice G. Rothrocl _._......._._ 3.29
Gus Cantrell tract I Lot 28, Block 355 _.... .j .J.: '; ': ..;-' 'C. 1\1. Baker _.____.___..__... 1.21
events of the future as well as thoseof NE'4 recorded 16 In Lot 9, Block 357 ..__ ,': >[?..;j '. Fred 1\1enge __._.___._._......5- 2.30

the past. Much of the prophecyhas page Deed 59 Book_No.._.__,. 24 3:4:: 9 Gus Cantrell ,._______.__-.._._ ] 1.43 Lot 4, Block 358 358 ___.__.. :. '. :_:,:' Miss Marjory Durgin __.__ 3.29
Block .
Lot 5
: D. R. Larsen ___..___ 3.29
to do with present world con- EJh of N'V',4 of N\VV 35 43 .H 20 S. O. Godman _...___ __ S.31E'h Lots 15 to 17, Block ,.. '
of NE34 of NW't 1 44 34 20 Ernest H. :May _-:.____ 6.37E'h ; Pearson
ditions which make his talks doubly 358 ,---------- b: Theresa A. &
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of SW1 of SW'1 44 3. 20 Robt. D. Lyons 4.40 :
Hattie A. Libby ___......_,__ 21.23
interesting. E% of NE',4 of NWV 13 44 :H 20 E. F. Slatter _'__'__'_ 49.74 Lot 34, Block 358 __ ;" .; .?
.... .. ..__........._. : Clew, Really & Dev. Co. 3.29
Eof SW34 of NE125 44 34 20 E. N. Turner ... 6.37 Lot Block 358 _... :' Hilda
Lectures will begin each eveningat 43 ::1 Toenberg ___...._..__..._ 3,13H
E'h of SW'4 of NW'4 29 44 34 20 1\1. H. White ...__..__..____ 6.37 Lots 16 and 17, Block ; ;

7:45. Everyone Is invited to E'h of SW'4'ofS\V34 9 45 34 20 Mrs. Henry Winter .__....__ '6.37 360 -.----...--.-....-. 'iii'" E. Walker ._.....__....._..__._ '3.66
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attend. W1h of, S'V', ofNE4 21 45 34 20 Jacob 'Vol ken .._.-._.-_.- 6.37 Lots 30 and 31, Block -.: "./ 4yrt t::, .

Swi of SE% of 360 '_"_._'__'__'___' ,',... ; R. I.. Guthrie _....._______. 5:5Q:
NWIA ___.___..._.._ 1 46 34 10 M. D. Calmecheal-T..ouis Lots 34 and 35, Block .}:: '
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Abeson ..'-- ___ 4.02Eof 360 ..___._____.. t,.:. '. '/"' .:' A. A. Dobbins ___= ...._ 5.50
AttendanceContinued :::: ::=:::::= : --
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Large SW'4 ofNW1 25 46 34 20 Unknown 6.37Wof ; w
--'' Lot 16, Block 361 -.1 'rt' J. G. O'Neal _..:. __ 3.29
.. NW34 of SE34 25 46 34 20 E. F. YehUng __.__...._____ 6.37 -- -,. : !,, .. .; ,
Lot 19, Block 361 _.._ : < ? : Clew Realty & Dev. Co. 2.30N.
____ ____ 2 47 3.1 640 Tamiamt Land Dev. Co. 35.69
All Lot 30, Block 362 ,, B. O'Kelly & J. E.
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All ________.___..._ 4 47 34 t:40 'ramtaml Land Dev. Co. 35.69 \' Beardsley, Agent _____ 3.59
( From Page One) NW% and S'h'. ___ 5 47 3.1 480 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 1 and EV 2, j- : ; y :*

-. poration announced the prize win- McCormack ________._.__ 22.77 Block 363 ____.__ ,;..-.;",: ;. Jewell Seigler _.___ 14.49
and presented the prizes and All _.__...__.._...___._._ 7 47 34 640 N, Whidden-D. G. Lot 13. Block 363 ..__ ..'r;--r : .,. : C. E. Robbins .:.._.___._._ 11.98
ners # McCormack __..__.__.__ 35.99 Lot 10, Block 367 __ : !&. ..,. Emil Hensbourg ___..___ 3.69
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. TherkiIdsen of All __._......_.__..___.__ 10 47 34 640 Tamiami Land Dev Co. 35.69 Lot 17, Block 367 _._ ';;;,,:}% + M. A. Farran __..__._ 3.69
All ______.__:._ 12 47 34 640 Tamlami Land Dey. Co" 35.69 Lot 25, Block 369 '.,#& GUY Pearl _.__. .....' 3.29C.
Miami
acted judges of the -- '
as cars ______ 47 34 80 Anton Hladik ___...._.__ 9.26 \ i
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W1h of NE1, "' .13 Lot 13, Block 370 _._ ', ';t' T. Menkervis ___'_ 3.65
and floats. Mr. Therkildsen is All _._____ 14 47 34 640 Tamlaml Land Dev. Co. 35.69 Lot 38, Block 370 __ > .:,"*.. Irs. Ethel I. Button 3.29
N34N and SE% _..... ._ .17 47 34 440 N. Whidden-D. G. _._ :
editor of the All-Florida page of Lot 12, Block 374 J- :: ;( H. C. Avant -..-.----- 9.09
McCormack __.J._____ 27.17 Lot 10, Block 377 __ .. ..l\Irs. F. C. Deacon & J. D.
the Miami Herald. W'h of W% _'_"""_'_'_ 18 47 3.1 160 Tamlami Land Dev. Co. 14.55 ', x Garber __.___.___ 2.96
Numbers included in the broadcast E'h ___.___.____. 19 47 3.1 320 The Dale :Miller Realty Co. 18.07 Lot 15. Block 377 __. >:;., :.=;.:: _<, ;. : Unknown _. _._,_ 3.29
___.._____... 19' 47 34 320 N. Whidden-D. G. '' : "\ .
W'h Lots 32 and 33, Block '_ .i '. .. ,
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program included in "Great I McCormack ___..._____._ 18.37 377 -----.-- "./*,.\."'#;"&' '' ..'' ...''," G. E. ElhHton _. ...._.___ 6.Gi '
Day" and "Couldn't Hear Nobody All ......._..__,..._ .___....q.... 22 47 .34 640 TamIaml Land Dcv. Co. 35.69 Lots 17 and 18, Block '<:" .:Vrv ', .:,:. k \ .
All _?_._.._.:.....". :-;._ 24 47 34640. Tamaml! Land Dev. Co. ... 35.69 378 ......______.___ <" .' '.. ,; Mary Hayes Davis ._____..._ 22.20
Pray" by plantation groups; "Old All ._._.._...._._._L.: .__ ,26 47 34 /.640 Tamlaml Land 'Dev. Co. ._ 35.69 Lot 3. Block 381 ___-.. ..' *'. : I*. : E. A. Erickson ___"__,,_,_,_,,,_ 2.66 )
Black Joe" by E. C. Morton and All ...._.__..___.__.____ /28 47 34 640 Tamtaml Land Dev Co. ._ 35.69 Lots 22 and 23, Block <. :.; .
All __.........._..:............._._._"- 29 47 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 383 _____.__ .; ,*:;:< .. ?., :" C. L. Reddish .:._ _._.___ 5,27F
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Choral Group; a quartet selection; McCormack _._..___.._,_.._._ ..35.99 Lots 13 to 17, Block '- },' > r

"Somebody Touched Me", Men's.: All .____...""- _...__...._ 31 47' 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 385 ...__________.____," ,> sy- 'G. Johnson _.. _.___.... 9.98
McCormack ._..___.__.___......_. 35.99 Lot 21. Block 412 _._, : .: > .:j. ,' May; S. Ames ..:-.:-._....__.. 2.96
Group; "Swing Low, Sweet All ____...:...;.:-_._. 33 47 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 21 and 22, Block .7"V; =

: Chariot", Alveta Lightbourne and .. \ McCormack ......_....__..... ._......_ '35.99I 417 ....___.._.:____..' '. -_ :>,':-:' J. C. Curtiss. _.:,..........,:.___ 3.36
: Choral Group "Water Boy" E. All --..--...--- -...;.... 3-1 47 3.1 640 N. 'Vhldden-D. G. Blocks 419, 420 and '" ,v :' .-.' .':' r .
'.I ; I :. \ McCormack ..........__..Y._..,_... 35.99 421 ....._._.-.--.---...-.--._. v:.......i.,;:.; .3 A--: C. L. RY. '.Co. .;.,_____... 10.66
". C. Morton; "Go Down Moses" and All _.:.._ -;;.._._:.:.:..:._...:...:.. :' 36 .:47 3. 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 27 and 28. Block fc,I, '
: "Study War No More", Plantation . : .. '. McCormack _.__._...___...........__ 35.99 422 ._.........._..............____ -.H.;'. : :: : n. N. Miller' _._ '._._..._.__.... 1.7.1
'. All __......;.,-.....r;._. __:._ 1 48 31 64U N. 'Whidden-D. G.I and 26, Block '. ..f..;t:, "<;; ; ."
Groups; "God Bless America". :. :. ;' McCormack ...--.....--..:.-........_ 31.58 LOt:325__.___._.._.._.. : Irs. Eva M. Powell _._... ".30
\ The estimated attendance was I All _____\.l __....:_' "' 2 48 34 6.10 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 27 Block 423 ___ .. ./' :." : .-pLots : '. '.,: R. H. Hopldnson ----._- 2.25
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,: '.': McCormack 31.58 28 and 29, Block -:,; ; r. ,-l: ,, 4\\.
) between 2500 and 3,000 during the All __._. _______.__._, : 3"' 48 34 640 N. WhIdden-D. G. 423 _______ : < '>. ...; P. N., Miller __.__.____-: 4.43
day. ; McCormack --:..-__.__.__ 31.58 Lots 35 and 36, Block _' :. :. *. '
\. All _.____S_._-_.-.:._ ..3.4... 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 446 -.-----_ .._. : .'' ,.. .>\ f :i Jordon Elers ____.--,-_ 4.43
,( _' McCormack _._______.__ 31.58 Lot 15, Block 451 _._ 16 .'43 '' 34 -x... '. .Harvey'' Guthrie ___ 5.75
t. .. I Little Theatre- All __-_:___..___ S 5 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 9, Block 495 _._._ ..'. Robt. Esple Jr. ____ 2.70
;. McCormack .__.___._...._.._ 31.58 Lots 12 and 13, Block : : .
pr,: All '.___. __.:: ._..._._._. 6 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 495Lot _....___________ :. : :'. '.,\"1'. ., j" S Ruth R. Beardsle 6.31
:. ..-- .r McCormack ___.__..._.._.,..... 31.58All 14, Block 495 _..... 'L" '-:;:" Claude L. Beckett 3.87C.
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.,1: ...._,_...___._.........___ 9 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 16, Block 495 _..._. > 1\1. Allen ..___ 3.23
(Continued From Page 4) McCormack _'___'___'_'_"._" 31,58 Lot 9. Block 498 ____. n. N. Miller, Agent __ 1.44Mrs

'. Stanley; .a "conductor, Alfred Suhr. All ..._...._...._...._._...___. 10 48 34 640. N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 15, Block 498 ._.:._ : Edith L. Taylor 2.70
'Y McCormack .___ ._._.__._.....__ 31.58All Lot 7. Block 505 _._.... 1543 '34 Mrs Holdsworth _'_'___ 1.44
11" A handpicked cast in the play of ..___..___._..__..__....._..._. 11 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Blocks 605, 606, 607
: '. the moment should. form a welcome McCormack ___.___._.__._ 31.58 and 608 _.__.____.... 16 43 31 3 TIn. RT-W. _._..._......__- 3.72RR.
TO\VNSITE OF 'rilE Block 610, 612 613,
evening of entertainment coming CITY OF CLEWIS- 614, 615 and 616 __ 15 43 34 10In RT-\V. _..__.______ 10.6t
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