The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00846
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00846
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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30 New RegistrantsFor Home EC. Teacher'i i EVERGLADES CREDIT

.. Selected for Schoo
I Selective ServiceThere


A. O. Ward, chairman of the
30 registrants in

CONTROL BOARDE. Hendry tered with County were the' who local Tuesday board for regis-se DRAINAGE DISTRICT! county Miss Hannah school board York, ,announced of Pahokee that, ,HERE THURSDAY .

has accepted the position of Horn ,
reached the -
lective service, having .
I age of 21 since the last registration J. E. Beardsley, lewiston member Economics teacher in the Clewis Formation cf a local credit un-
M. Coruette 'recently on October 16th, 1940; I of the Everglades Drainage I ton High School for the 1941-4 ion was completed at a mass meeting '..

member Everglades from Fire Hendry, Control County Board on, I Clewiston had 24,, registrants, 13 District, reported that the board al I,term Miss York graduated with! -a of white employees of the ;

the members in Belle colored and 11 white. The West- its meeting in Miami Friday, be degree of B. S. in Home Economic United States Sugar Corporation i

met Glade with Friday other for the first meeting. ern part of the county had '7 reg- gan to set in motion the legal proceedings from Florida State College for Women Thursday evening. The credit unionis

: James A. Ball, istrants, 1 colored and 6 white. authorized under the new in June. operating junder charter from

I In the leorganization named All who had reached the age of 21 Everglades Drainage District law. I The county school board met las the state 'or'Florida and is con-
of Belle Glade, was
Friday evening and is meeting agai:
trolled by the state banking depart- "
chairman of the board, and E. M. since the last registration were The board prepared its budget, I '
I -.. today to discuss the taxation situa- ment. :
Cornette, of Clewiston, and H. M. required to register with selective showing the debt, service reqUire- .
tion in regard to school financing
'Foreman, of Fort Lauderdale, were service boards throughout the na- ments of the district for the en- Charles Trenary, of the sugarhouse '
The board has been informed tha ,
'named as the executive committee. tion. suing fiscal year, and has set July the Clewiston school and the Clew- *, was elected president of the ,I
Two to BlandingThe 21st as the date for a public hearing I credit union, and C. J. Lovvorn of
Following the organization iston colored school have each
Hendry County Selective on the budget. The budget in the office force is secretarytreasurer. -
the new board, the members voted qualified for another teacher unit,
J. !Service board has announced that detail, may be examined by anyone B. T. Vorhees, Canal Point,
unanimously to appoint Guy the basis of attendance las
two selectees have received ordersto interested at the office of the on A. H. King, sugar house, and G. B, "
Bender, of Belle Glade, chief fire term. As soon as the financia
report on July 9th at Camp board, Room 809 Biscayne Build- Rackstraw, field timekeeper together
Bender -
warden for the situation is understood the
Blanding for their year of mili- Ing, Miami. with the president and the "
the first chief fire warden for
was board' will complete its plans

I of the district, having been appointed tary training. of They Clewiston are Lewis and The tax levy for 1941 for debt I the operation of the schools<<; nex secretary-treasurer directors. form\ the boardof
Allen Jennings
I when the district was created. service will be the maximum under term. ,

! :He was succeeded four years ago Tom Mercer of LaBelle. the new law, but if. the per- i The organization is known as the ,:.

by W. M. Stafford, of Lake Worth, I centage of taxes collected comes up I Everglades Credit Union and is

whom he now succeeds.The to expectations of the board, the one of 161 now operating in the

new board declared all fire UNCLE SAM NEEDS levy'' for next year will be lowered. PUBLIC LIBRARY 1: state of Florida. Its purpose is

I warden's positions to be vacant, but The Trustees of the Internal Improvement to encourage thrift among its mem- '
I bers, and to make available a place ':
J I did not announce the appointmentof Fund are now preparing RECEIVE BOOK '
SCRAP ALUMINUMHave of their where members may make deposits
new wardens, with the exceptionof a list of valuations
of in small amounts.It .
Palm Beach County, where the lands for the ad valorem assess- savings
also makes available funds which
appointment was given to Hugo ments. The Trustees will be required The Clewiston Public Librar;
a busted aluminumpot be lent at nominal rate of interest
you may -
Boe, of Pahokee. ,The board will to pay their tax assessments I has recently received several donations -
home? Uncle Sam !
in your to members. Although thereis
announce other appointees at an into the district, just as individual of books which bring the
wants it. It seems a far cry froma a national association of credit
early date, it is said. I owners are. total number of volumes on the i
piece of discarded and useless unions, each union is selfsufficfI. ,
The retiring fire chief, W. M. aluminum ware to national defense The board has prepared memoranda -,shelves to 755. The rental shelf:; ent and entirely self-controlled -

Stafford, reported ,to the board his Uncle Sam I for the form of compromise of which receives each month the selection -
but to"
measures, subject only the banking lawsof
activities and the expenses of the feels that the many little bits put I delinquent taxes and these will be I' of the Boo-ff-the-Month] the state.

fire-fighting operations in the district distributed to: the various clerks in Club is proving very pooular. These
together may make a big difference The union is open to all white
for the fiscal year just closed. the of defense I the district next week, to guide books may be rented at 10 cent
in efficiency employees of the sugar corpora-
He reported that $25,000 was spent them in handling the compromisetaxes. each per week; the money going
: fee of
manufacture. tion, and an entrance 25
during the previous twelve month I into a fund for the purchase of ne\ ,
R. Y. Patterson, Hendry County cents is made, the money going into -
period. books or library supplies.The .
(:,hairman of the ,state defense council the reserve fund as is requiredby

The new board' is .. composed of ( has been named chairman of rental books are Berth law. An employee; wishing to

James A. Ball, ,Jr., Belle Glade, 1 the local drive to collect these I Diary, by William L. Shirer; Ou join the credit union makes appli-

,chairman, Walter C. Ohlert, Hia- ]pieces of aluminum .and is making New Laws ExplainedBy of the 'Night, by Jan Valtlu; K.\bloona cation for membership which is

leah, Thos. A. Caro, Key West; O. preparations for the collection to Gontran de Poncins; Fo passed upon by the board ,of direc

D. ,Hathaway, Indiantown, H. M.// begin on July 21st. Next week he Local LegislatorBy Whom the Bells Toll, Ernest Hem tors. The employee is then issueda

Foreman, Fort Lauderdale, E. ,tfill complete the formation of inway; Junior Miss, Sally Benson; book (similar to a bank book)

" Cornette, Clewiston, W. B. Norton, (ommittees for the work. The Elbert L. Stewart, My Sister and I, Dirk van clei in which each deposit .he makes is

Lakeport, S. R. Raifsnider, Okee- plans call for a central location to Representative Hendry County Heide; H. M. Pulham, Esq., John I shown. Amounts from 25 cents

dv r'rchobee, .:Dr. -11'[,:'_ Bishqji.. Fort DC decided upot;:. as.. ,a '. depository P. Marquand;" Blood, Sweat and up are received. When 'the amount I'
Pierce' and N/B? ,Jackson, Venus. Tears,' Churchill;, !Burk: ,'TeacYes; :fivedollars the
j'or, the aluminum, scrap, and the .c Winters,. ;: deposited' :
]possible use of the Boy Scouts to Beginning July 1, 1941, 'H ndry ness atN Arthur Koestler' ;; employee is a' full fledged: 'member -

Letter' Describes assist in 'making the collection.The County fresh water fishermen will Hold Autumn in Your Hand, George since a share in the union is ,"'

be required to observe a general Sessions Perry; Delilah, Marcus of five dollar value. :
defense council urges people ,
I Blitz Over London and special law relating to fishingin Goodrich; Random Harvest James A credit committee, who will ':
] to remember that only the "."
the fresh waters of'the county. Hilton. $ pass on applications for 'loans, was
1 broken, discarded and useless bits .4-j *
I t -- I Df aluminum are wanted. It would The general law provides 'that all The library _is, open'-to all residents !' sleeted, at, the mass meeting, and is

: Dr. Walter F. Purdon has received -, 1 harm rather than help defense effort persons over the age of 15 years of the Clewiston area.. and composed of T. 'H. Jones, sugarhouse

.. an interesting letter from a I III' to discard good, usable alum- and under the age of 65 years, must any who wish to use the library ; James KL 'Wilson, office; G.

!j 1 cousin! Captain E., C. Peckham, of inum since this' would eventually obtain and have on their jJerson, may call on Tuesday evenings from M. Waters, shops; H. H. Sears

-,Niagara Falls, Ontario, who is ,now ,require men and machine to replace while fishing, a license to take 7 till 10; or on Saturday'after- Canal Point; A. O. Ward, chairman

flying with the RAF "somewhere in them., "If" your alumi'numis fresh water fish by any means ,except noons from 2 till 6. ;commissary department. The supervisory -

England." The' letter describes the : single pole and line. The I which committee, which supervises -
I good and in service, keep it, a. Books of recent copyright
April 26th blitzkreig over London. ,urges Mr. Patterson. t reel and rod .fisherman must have are found on the shelves include the book-keeping and audits

Captain' Peckham says: the license to fish anywhere. The That None Should Die, (Slaughter), he: books, was elected as follows:

"We were "dining at the ''Mayfair Beginning! July 21st, all scrap pole and line fisherman must have The March, of the Barbarians,, M. E. Von Mach, office; W. H.

w'he the' blitz began. The dining- II:aluminum central points will in be all assembled cities and'at I the license to fish in other than his (Lamb), ,Born in Paradise (Von Lanier, office, and W. P. Vaughn.
room is 85 feet underground and All The educational committee
home county. persons interested Tempski), The Ship and the Shore hops.;
towns. Later it will be sorted and
we didn't know anything, was hap- II in fishing should acquaint themselves (Baum), ..An Old Captivity (Shute), whose members are to further the
will into airplanes
It ,, not -
pening until we came 'The :shipped. go the credit union in
up with the law governing size Wild Geese Calling (White), The purposes of anyway
Germans claim that they, dropped \! because scrap aluminum and bag limits covering the differ- Fire and the Wood (Hutchinson), possible ,is composed of E. M.

100,000 incendiaries, but I'm'sure' 5f too wide a variation for such ent species of fish to be taken and World's End, (Sinclair) Rebecca \McCoy, shops; J. V. Francis, Canal
but it will make soliiers' '
that casualties were very light as exacting use, also as to the closed season on (DuMaurier), No More Gas (Noi- Point, A. E. Oliver, recreation; H.
canteens and other like articles -
incendiaries do not cause damage locomative shops, and
i black bass.A doff and Hall), The Morning is IDavis,
to people, but just property dam- which will release the pure M. Johnson Canal Point.
kV. ,
aluminum available for airplanes. special law provides that there Near us (Glaspell), Quietly My
The high explosives they elected for
age. These officers were
pole Waits Eaton), Diplomatically -
shall be no closed season on Captain (
dropped was all fairly small stuff Don't throw away any aluminum. A Time erms of 1, 2 and 3 years, with
and line fishing in the waters of :' Speaking (Griscom),
: and more noisy than anything. I Have it ready July 21st to throw. ome; retiring each year. New
The Mutiny
The Varble
Hendry County., purpose Will Come ( ), '
returned to .the Park Lane where m the, pile. members of the board and committees -
: this special law of course, is to jf the, Bounty (Murchie), The
I was staying but didn't go up to I Heis- will be elected each year
allow fishing as a clean recrea- American Doctor's Odyssey
_, my room as' it was too noisy to Local Baseball Team Wind at the annual meeting to which all
, tion the year round, as well as er), Gone With the
sleep. Since the place is'a ten members are entitled
'I give citizens the advantage of the ([Mitchell), Christ in Concrete (Don- ull-fledged

.z story building the lobby is safe, so To Play Pahokee Nine food value of the fish. ito), Kitty Foyle (Morley), This is to vote.
I just sat there till the "all clear"
The fresh water Fish and Game Jr.; Fortune (Bailey), White Magic -
sounded, which was sometime after
Commission in co-operation with the ; (Baldwin) and many others. Construction BegunOn
three. baseball will be '
Clewiston boys
of -
There are a large number mystery
Florida Wildlife Federation approved -
Then not feeling much like Houses
go- out for revenge Sunday afternoon or detective stories in the 4 More
laws at
ing to bed after: all the excitementI when they meet the Pahokee nineon the general passed
ibrary, which have proven very
session of the legislature
the 1941
pushed out and had a walkingtour the local diamond with the memory Construction of four 'additional
and will assist in way possiblein >copular
self-conducted, of the areas of, a 3 to 2 defeat fresh. The any ouses for employees was:: begun

affected. I can't tell you much local team played in Pahokee Sun- the enforcement of the law to his week by the United States

about them of course but it was day afternoon, and came out losersof preserve and protect the fresh water Story Hours Held Corporation in the new residential -
: ::;. :- most 'interesting." fishing as a sport or food supply ugar
an unusually good, hard fought section being developedear
i : Captain Peckham told of a re- game. Weekly At LibraryTwo the sugar house. Th3 new

,;, -, cent visit to Scotland after the The Clewiston players were: Let's all be good sports, follow ouses will be similar' in .size and
'. severe air attacks which received the laws and demand the other fellow to
: Cardin, p; Bass; c; Roberts, 1st; hour one organized -' in general architectural design
story groups
much publicity. He said "I to do likewise, and there will
so :
the pastInter.
Stone, 2nd; O. Winn, ss; Bud Mrs. A. L. Hackett and the four built there during
amazed at the German plenty of fish that we ; by
I was accuracy always.be
Vaughn, 3rd; ;Bell, .If; Carlton, cfj Prewitt, are .
'! by Mrs. M. M.
> in missing, because in the can have a good time catching, as me Recreation
I Bob Beardsley. rf. at the Clewis- As soon as the Employees -
miles I' travelled 'I didn't see a well as a' fish fry occasionally.Next icing weekly work
J single hit on a ship or shipyard Sunday's game will begin at 2:30 week;' I will discuss the ton Public Library. All childrenn Center is completed forward,
will be played on the field invited to attend: on the houses will go rap-
yetI saw lots of damage to ,tenements new hunting 'laws, but in the meantime Clewiston are that the rec-
idly. It is expected ;
of town.
etc. It's really been a puz- west where will you meet me with your hese story hours. I finished the
will be
ation center
zle to me how he could miss, oi' single pole, line and frying-pan. Mrs. Prewitt will have childrenrom
" "MISS FLORIDA GLAMOR GIRL" grades one through four inher early part of August.
,y consistently if he was aiming for auditorium building and
i" shipping industries or how he WILL BE SELECTED JULY 4TH HON DAN MCCARTY group which meets Saturday Both construct-
',' the residences are being
hit consistently if he IN UNCLE SAM'S ARMY afternoon at 3:30.
could so ; was
:. : aiming for the buildings." Daytona ,Beach,. July 2-FNS) Mrs. Hackett's group of tiny tots ed of fire-proof siding and shinglesid design;",

-"Miss Florida Glamor Girl" will Camp Blanding, July 2-FNS) I meet on Wednesdays at 3:30. Their are of harmonizing landscaped as-,

: Under the management of Billy be selected here during the annual -Hon Dan McCarty or Ft. Pierce, avorite stories thus far have been The area is being and will be ,

1'1,. Welles, plans are going forward summer frolics program which Speaker of the 1941 House of Rep- 'humbellna and The Three Bears. instruction attractive proceeds residence section.

C" for the staging of Arcadia's great- opens Thursday, July 4th, and con- resentatives, became a member cf 'hey have also enjoyed talking a very

'\,\ est Rodeo, ,scheduled to be held tinues over the holiday weekend.A Uncle Sam's army list week and is bout the American flag and van- total farm value of United,.'

) ", :,r:1'; ,: July 34., A new feature this year full program of gala entertainment now properly addressed as 1st Lt. ous nursery rimes. Attending Heather Guthrie in- States The cattle in 1940 ',was $3JUHhr-

will be a livestock show which has been arranged, which Dan McCarty, 74th Field Artillery this group have been thanthe
billion ,
Ann Hackett, Linda ) or one
will be held at the State Livestock includes sports events, fireworks, Brigade. Agnes )0,000 annual value of cattle

,Market under the direction of bathing beauty contest, band con.I II McCarty has been assigned as I Lee, Eddie. Musgrave, Ronald Here in the avera 10-year period, 1930-39.

market manager John D. Kelly. I certs and ':many other events. assistant S-2 intelligence officer. and Paul Bowden.

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r,, Fanaticus Americanus I ,tf

The word "fan" comes from fanatic, which means, roughly, a guy
who is frantically enthusiastic about something or other. As an enthusiastthe

American fan is second to none. The fan's act is as much a part of 4SCRE&

the game as anything'which goes on inside the playing field. We introduce L

to you here some of the more rabid of the breed that happened to By VIRGINIA VALE ( WNU "l"e)

Washington, D. C. catch the eye of the camera during various contests. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) :Notes of an

NEW LEND-LEASE SUM :ITs characteristic of ,Metro :Innocent Bystander:
The new lend-lease appropriationthat
has been tentatively agreed on "The Yearling" was William L. Shirer's Book, "Berlin
'by inner advisers is $5,000,000,000.With abandoned, after all the money Diary," is now out. Shirer was CBS
the $7,000,000,000 voted by that had been spent on the two- correspondent in Berlin for years.
congress several months ago, this million-dollar vehicle for .Spencer He tells of the German mother of
would make a total of $12,000,000,000for I an airman who was notified by 'the
aid to the democracies. Yet this Tracy. Some studios-we Luftwaffe that her son was dead.' A

stupendous sum is still considerablyshort won't name them-would have few days later, BBC in London
of what was originally proposed .- gone ahead and shoved it through, (which weekly broadcasts a list of
also of what probably will be i and then tried by ,ballyhoo to con- Nazi prisoners) announced that her

ultimately required.It's """""' ",,,.>> ". ._ vince the public boy had been captured. Next day
a White House secret, but the x'/'c : that it was Wall it she got eight letters from neighbors

first lend-lease program submitted ought to be. It's telling her they had heard by short-
added up to $19,000,000,000. This said that $500,000had wave that her son was alive in Eng-
was slashed to $9,000,000,000 by the I been spent on land It is against the law in
army and navy and then still furthercut the production be- Germany to listen to foreign broad-
to $7,000,000,000 by the budget fore it was calledoff casts '. The mother had all
bureau. The last figure was approved 'i ,for the time be- eight arrested for "breaking the
by the President and sent ; ing. Maybe it will law" When Shirer wanted to
to congress. Fj really be made use the story on his broadcast the

One reason for the new appropri- "next year," may- Nazi censor deleted it on the' ground
ation is that many of the original be it won't. But if "that Americans would not under-
price estimates have been found to I it is to be nroduced stand the heroism of the airman's

be far too low, particularly in the z.J Spencer Tracy then, it'llbe-done-;;as mother"!

case of planes, ships and guns. Ris- well as it can be.
ing costs, due to changes in con- --7 The way the foreign correspondents -

struction, more expensive new mod- ,_ ...... ..,.., ;;;;;:-.. .. ww. ., .:g Appearing in an Orson Welles pro- now usethe phrases "informedsources"
els, and increased production duction seems to bring actors more and "according to reliable
charges, made it impossible to con- If you wish to see the fan 'luck than rubbing dozens of rabbits' information" because stories in Eu-
tract for these items at the original of fans go to Brooldyn.These feet. Five of the players in Welles' rope are difficult to confirm, recalls
estimates; and more-money is need- undershirted Dodgerites tell superb "Citizen Kane" have picked, this classic about the cub reporter
ed to fulfill the program. RKO and He was on a small town news-,
Cincinnati Reds how they up contracts, now Anne
Another reason for the lend-lease about it. Burr, leading lady of Welles' Broad- paper and was assigned to cover a
boost is heavy outlays for repairson feel bridge party. He was told never to
"Native Son has
way play, signed
battle-damaged British warships, Right: This lady fan does \44: with the same studio. She was a'' write anything as a fact that he was

of which a number are now in U. S. her razzing musically. Her fashion model for eight months, an not absoultely sure about ; His
yards. This type of aid is runninginto coos were boos. .i}... in then did story came out in' the paper this
......."......,,_ :W-' extra "Quiet City, radio
big money. way: "It is rumored that a bridge
work and a year ago played in stock.
Most important, however, is the --7: -- party was given yesterday by a
urgent need for expansion of the number of reputed ladies. Mrs.:
whole aid-democracies program. Samuel Goldwyn feels that Gary Smith, it was said, was the hostess.
Britain, China and the other Axis Cooper, after "Sergeant" York"' and The guests, it is alleged, with the exception -
"Meet John Doe. _ _
foes require increased assistanceto I of Mrs. Brown, who says
has been serious
meet the greatly enlarged resources she comes from Illinois, were all local
'of the Nazis brought by I*long enough. Sohe's people. Her husband says he is

their conquest of Europe. : slating the tall rich The hostess, Mrs. Smith,
Today they must stand off not only star for a comedy w claims to be the wife of' Alexander
'role in a story abouta "
the industrial power of Germany,
but also that of France, Belgium, college professorand -

Holland, Rumania, Hungary, and a burlesque Two outstanding appeasement
showgirlf It will be
other Nazi victims. So if, Britain is
the second of '''the newspapers are very quietly pre-
to continue fighting she must secure t paring to become patriotic. Prep-
) much more help from the United 4 Goldwyn produc- arations have been made to get be-
tions to be released
States. Without ,,such aid she will Tw RKO Radio The hind the gov't at the next break in.
quickly be overwhelmed.Red Ia\\ '- -- U. S.-German relations. A face-sav'
first will be "The
Gary Cooper
Tape-itis. > Little Foxes," with ing device is being worked out for;
While / their editorial about-face Uncle
most of the $7,000,000,000 Bette Davis-it should be one of -|
lend-lease money .has been allocated F' her best. The third will be another I Sam has just cracked down'hard

some $500,000,000 earmarked for Gary Cooper production, "The Singing on a "refugee" 'Vinowas caught do-1
new armani nts plants is still lying and the Gold," a story of the, ing,Nazi propag nd here. His final
around idle. And close to $4,000- original Dutch settlers on the Hud- citizenship' papers are being with-;
000,000 of other defense appropriations held. His draft' board got after him
for new plants also is twid- fiOfl. -NE- and visas for kin refused His'

dling its thumbs while army supply initials are H. C. Immigration
brasshats and OPM chiefs, en-. For the first time in her career officials have just discovered a big
meshed in coils of red Claire Trevor will appear under the illicit traffic in Puerto Rican birth
tape, are This midshipman gives all his IT'S IN THE BAG. The type of
banner of MetroGoldwynMayer.She .
stalling around.It certificates for aliens.
the that becomes maniac
lungpoiver for navy during a fan a near
romantic leadto
has the second
takes from 8 to 15 months
against the Columbia uniwhen the other side makes a 9th "
game Lana Turner in "Honky Tonk,
erect these plants this in
so delay I New York Heartbeat
versity Lions. inning rally. is be :
getting construction started meansa in which Clark Gable to I
serious crimp in the defense pro- starred. The Story Tellers: Chas. Lindbergh -'
gram. THAT I SHOULD Sr. is profiled in the SEP by,

Chiefly to blame are army supply LIVE. There is disillusionment Harpo Marx, who has just finished : his one-time law partner, Walter Eli;

brasshats, who are inadequate to disgustand "The Big Store," with his brothers, I Quigley, who calls the piece "Like:
handle the colossal task thrust on sorrow in every is planning a nation-wide tour of Father, Like Son" Read the'

them, but so jealous of their bureau- line of this veteran army camps. That should be good senior Lindbergh's speeches in the,
cratic powers that they won't let p.' news for the men at many of the book, "Your Country at War," andyou'll '
fan's face. Every fan
anyone else ,tackle it. OPM headsare camps, who bewail the fact that see how "like" they are. The
champing at the precious time comes to this sooner their only diversion is Grade B arguments the father made against'

being wasted, but lack authority to or later. movies, old ones, the best that they invasion in 1917 (sensible then, may-

override the army and haven't the ______________ uu..uu.___ 4k can find at near-by towns. be) I show up in the son's soapboxingin
gumption to raise a row.. ,'," 1941 Jack Oakie has a good
phrase, in Liberty, for those senti-
WILL DAVIS Recently when Carole Lombardhad mental memories of hard times. "all

The country doesn't like strikes to rehearse a radio sketch, that," he says, "reads better than'it
Clark' Gable drove to the to
any more than it likes war, but the take her home. Autograph seekers lived" National is a new
comer, taking its name from its:
war has brought out
many men of missed him.
her but
besieged they
stature, and the strikes have broughtout chief subject, national defense. It i&commonsenseational. |
He 10 feet
was sitting away a anc1give
William H. Davis, new chairmanof Read
station and had been for
/ wagon,
the National Defense Mediation atir your brain a break.
half an hour-with a two-day growthof I
beard, and dressed in the old
Actually Davis is no "war baby," 4 work clothes he'd been wearing on Typewriter Ribbons: Zona Gale:
but a veteran who has been workingat his ranch. He not only could neatly cock an!

labor mediation for many years. .-,"h,-- eyebrow-but could also produce in'; I ;
Still it was settlement of the Allis his victim a feeling that he had' ,
Chalmers strike that first won him Louisiana seems to be a favorite aimed and fired it A. Devere ,
national attention.By setting: for the movies right now. I Prejudice, which sees what it j
in which I
profession Davis is a patent The revamped "Sunny, pleases, cannot see what is plain !
lawyer, with offices in New York Anna Naegle stars, offers mild en- Jean 'Richter: Recollection is :

city. On the very next day after /.. tertainment with that background."LouisianaPurchase" the only paradise from which we I
the Allis-Chalmers triumph, he appeared Paramount is getting cannot be turned out Oscar !
before the U. S. Supreme under way by rounding'up Wilde: Unselfishness is letting other
court his hair Hollywood's 12 most beautiful Alvin C.
no more unruly than people's lives alone .
usual, to argue a patent. case. He girls for the screen version of the York: By our victory in the, last (
makes his living from big-money highly successful musical. The war, we won a lease on liberty, nota i
firms, but he has a strong liberal same studio announces that Ellen deed to it Jay Russell: A !
Drew and Robert Preston, who were
viewpoint toward labor. good test of man's character comes :
When a committee of congress teamed in "The Night of January16th when he's getting ahead without get-

asked him whathe thought of a bill ," will be paired" again in ting one on the way Mark !
to outlaw strikes, he said, "Whenyou "Mardi Gras Murder. Twain: Don't part with your illu- i

pass compulsory legislation, your *-- sions. When they are gone you may t
make the working man a slave, and Mickey Rooney and Sidney Miller still exist, but you have ceased to \
there is no use producing defense roll a piano onto the set when they' live The Akron BeaconJournal I
materials for a nation of slaves." begin a new film together and start : Fate does its part, yet mostof t I
There are a lot of odd pieces in writing a song. They've done six the things we regret or resent !
Davis life. He was born in Bangor, 1\ pictures so far, and written and had could have been avoided if we had f
Maine, schooled in Washington, '.- ; published five songs. Now '''they're tried. -
D. C., is a member of New York's ; L I at it again.'t'
swanky Downtown Athletic club, a \ .....? -- Drama critics aren't always
labor sympathizer, founder of the 7 ,' ., The new two-violin arrangementsFred meanines When George Ber-
Grand Central Art galleries, father- ,p : -' Waring featuring are plot- nard Shaw was a critic a young actress -
in-law of Argentine diplomat Alonzo __ ted by Eric Siday, who studied to asked him what he thought of
Irigoyen, and careless with his be a concert violinist and won an her ability Shaw told her to t

,clothes. A award as the best amateur violinistin get married, have two children, I
One phrase-maker Davis has then she
says England. Swing enthusiasts rave learn something about Ute, I
"the face of a kindly bulldogAn- about them played by Siday and would be able to act She followed -
other "the/" face of a tired trombone ----..,;--."..,..".... --'T..h<<__..; .._..._.._,;_ ._. _'!,..... _.1.JI Ferne. But, Siday'd as rather have appreciation his counsel Five years I t
player. Not many faces would 'answer later she returned to the theater and '
The at the and the "Bronx cheer and the for his skill at table tennishe's !
to that. Davis is easy to spotin gents left are giving at it. became a great English actress .
a crowd. man in the center seems to be too full for words. an expert Sybil Thorndike. I

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Through the, Preliminary"Rastus .r r 1 4 n I

," said the judge, "youare
accused of disturbing the en-
tire neighborhood on Tuesday
night. And this is not the first Floor wax rubbed well onto new- !. n a woman spends 2,200 hoursa
complaint. What have you got to ly finished window sills will keep year at work in the kitchen,
I .ems say for yourself?" them, in excellent condition. doesn't she deserve to have sinks

"Well, suh, judge, it was this and tables at the right height? ;)
nrm n here way," said Rastus. "Me an' Stale cake crumbs sprinkledover *
Lucy had an argument. She calledme the top of custards before Dip fish in milk instead of eggs
a lazy loafah, an' I clap her putting into the oven to bake give before rolling in bread or crumbs.
down flat. Up she hops an' smasha the top a delicate brown and the The fish will taste better.
: plate on mah head an' drop me custard a different flavor. *

flat. Den I rise up an' welt her The following makes an excel-
one wid a chair; an' den she heavea If washable curtains become lent substitute for a ring mold.
hot tea-kettle at me.?' rusted on the rods during damp Fill a glass jar with chopped ice,
"I see," said the judge, "and weather, dampen the rust spots seal and set into a bowl. Pour
then what happened?", and cover them with a thin coat- mixture to be molded around jar.
"An' den," said Rastus, "we ing of salts of lemon. Let stand Remove jar when mixture is well
gets mad an' starts to fight." until the stains disappear. frozen.



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I i'I i'I' Z284 15 cents, gives accurate cutting Avarice, luxury, ambition, know "

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your Green Salad of the quaint charm and
to find the task of Use .of Fire "TAKING THE COUNTRY BY STORM"KNOWN :
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there'll undoubtedly be at least board with as little handling as pos- veiled in antiquity. Even the most Growing Troubles .:-
batch of "heavy" biscuits, a sible. primitive tribes in the'world seem Troubles, like babies, grow larger ,
one"fallen" cake or two, and even Chocolate Pie. ..-----.................. to have been familiar with its use, by nursing.-Lady- Holland. .-:.)..

burnt toast but don't let mis- Plain pastry and nearly all know how to kindlea
takes bother you'too much and 2 squares unsweetened chocolate ,Ask Me Another fire. Fire ritual was a part of .
he'll soon' be "crowing" about your 3 eggs the ,religious ceremony of ancient To relieve COLDS .)
So-o-o Good Meals! 1 cup cream A General Quiz Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, Per- Misery of :.:
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ability to make really good pies, 2 tablespoons soft bread crumbs Maya and the Peruvian Indians. LIQUID
a highly desirable % cup chopped walnuts The History tells us that the first ex- 666 TABLETS SALVE ',"j",
t &:\ quality for any Line a pie pan with plain pastry Questions tensive use of fire in wartime was NOSE DROPS.. /t,
1. What baseball player had the COUGH DROPS i
and pinch with fingers to make
young woman to a probably that used by the Assyrians -
-: possess, especially fancy edge. Cut chocolate in pieces highest lifetime major league bat- in the siege of Syracuse in Try"Rnb-My-Tlsm"-a Wonderful Liniment ', ;'j

a new wife, and melt over hot water. Beat eggs :ting average? 413 B. C., and the siege of Rhodesin 1
I'm well, and add bread crumbs 2. Of all metals, which is the .
\: presenting a sugar 304 B. C., when the invaders Saddened HeartIt 3
few and melted chocolate. Mix well. most malleable? '
pie recipes threw containers of burning ma-
is : heart that neverrejoices.
-- I for you to try in Pour into the pie pan. Bake in a 3. What century often is referred terial over the city walls.Underground a poor .
I I Dickens. Y
, : your leisure; moments. hot oven (375 degrees F.) for 20 minutes to as the Age. of the Enlightenment :;7
)I'' If he likes desserts at all (most or until filling is firm. When ? '-
men adore ,them)', try your luck cold, sprinkle with chopped nuts. 4. Which continent is the larg- I 'City' I KILL ALL FLIES 1 ., ',#
with lemon-chiffon, chocolate, rhu- Spread with whipped cream and est? ::
barb or even Spanish cream pie decorate with whole'walnut kernels. 5. What is a guerdon? ,71 Placed anywtew. Daisy Th'M
And, if you're careful to follow the 6. How do carillons differ from The ,Witwatersrand gold mine ;. 1l Guaranteed Killer attracts, effective.and kills Neat flies., ;

i foregoing suggestions, he won't be Just because it's summer, don't chimes? near Johannesburg, Union of p convenient Wlllnot soil-Injure Cannot anything spill-
able to resist that second piece I stop pie baking merely change South Africa, is the largest under- Lasts dealers.all Harold reason.Bomers 20o ,a Ino.ant .
Do Ka1 b Ave.B'klyn.N.Y.
j the kind of pie you serve. Spanish The Answers ground "city" in the world. I.j
I've captioned the column EasyAs Cream pie has everything for a suc- 1. Ty Cobb (Cobb, .367; Speaker employs 245,000 miners, and has DAISY LY KILLER
Pie which perhaps gives cessful summer dessert-it's quiv- .345; Ruth, .341). more than 4,000 miles of subter-
i an erroneous impression. Easy to ery, cool, delicately flavored.To 2. Gold. ranean shafts, streets and ave- -"
eat, yes, but not always easy to 3. Eighteenth century. nues, a distance nearly equivalentto Serious Life
I make. Pastry is tricky, but once the? make the filling and pastry 4. Asia the length of the African con Life is as serious a, thing as ,'
t r technique of making it has been really boon companions, substitute 5. A reward. tinent. death.-Bailey. -j
it isn't orange juice for ,
,I acquired, easily lost. the water in the 6. Carillons ,differ from chimes'in -- -
In making pastry remember these pastry. A half that their bells are stationary, -.
points: (1) unless you are makinghot teaspoon of grat- J not swung, are tuned chromatically Get this ILL FREE/ -
water pastry, have the ingredients ,
ed rind 1 instead of diatonically; and con- :-
for making pie crust cold; (2) added orange to the flour tain at least 25 bells in order to For over 70 years, grateful users have preferred Wintefsmith'sTonic --
cut shortening into the flour, usinga for the pastry have two complete octaves in for Malaria. We want OU to try Wintersmith'a-therefore e -.
pastry blender or fork; or, if will give a special semitones. offer you this complete 761-page Holy Bible,FREE,if you'll send ';.:

I you're an experienced cook, and fragrance 10 lt.Spanish. us 2 small Wintersmith carton tops (or large carton top). Just ",, 1
: work quickly, blending in the shortening Cream Pie. mail to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,aid,650 Hill St.,Louisville,Ky. 1
with fingers is permissible;
I (3) add water sparingly, using only 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin FEET CHEAT

I enough to ,hold' the ingredients together Vz cup cold milk Give feet wings of coolness. Sprinkle "'
I ; handle dough as little and IVz cups scalded milk Mexican Heat Powder in shoes. Relieves
Ij... as ,lightly as possible after adding 2 egg yolks tiredness. Little cost. Lots of comfort. m
'Ia water; (4) roll out the dough on a % cup sugar ionic

lightly floured board or on a heavy Vi teaspoon salt Enmeshed by Habit
I'I canvas; (5) cover the rolling pin 1 teaspoon vanilla Habit is a cable; we weave a ,
with a child's white cotton stockingwith 2 egg whites 'thread of it every day, and at,last Fragrance and Charm fragrance and charm of a fine ;
the" foot cut off-and flour it 1 baked pastry shell we cannot break it. Horace Take culture. No one can define I spirit and a rich mind.-Claude .
lightly; and (6) place the dough Soften the gelatin in the cold milk ,Mann. it, yet we all know what it is-the Allen McKay. :
loosely in the pan to help prevent 5 to 10 minutes. Dissolve over hot

shrinking. water, stirring constantly. Mean-.
Plain Pastry. while, prepare a soft custard of the, \
2 cups flour scalded milk, yolks, and salt.
a Combine hot custard and hot dis-: .
% cup shorteningIce solved gelatin. Cool slightly, add SHOW THAT CAMELS ARE THE FAVORITE CIGARETTE
water (about 6 or 7 tablespoons) vanilla, then fold in the stiffly beaten -
Sift flour once before measuring. whites.: Chill until quite syrupy.'
,.r\ I''I Sift together flour and salt. Cut in Pour into pastry shell. Let set be-' 5 GIVE ME tf'f tCOULDNTASK t<5*&
shortening with two knives or pastry fore serving. Yield: 6 c-v
blender servings. CAMELS EVER/ /)> FOA/ GRANDER*
making coarse pieces. Addas '
little water as possible to make ?Y% TIME THEyVETASTIN(3( ( Ck AKETTE
dough stay together. Divide into Sometimes it is fun to change the GOT THE.FIAYOR )
flavor of > ANP CAMELS ARE
pastry by adding
an extra
parts large enough to make one
crust and roll out on a well-floured ingredient or two to the recipe. t#. SOWCHMIIPERpc / f
Cheese pastry, for example is won- "
derful for ? '<'0ll
apple pie. Grated cheese ,1
LYNN SAYS: is mixed with the flour. A half cup ;
of grated yellow cheese is enough _i
I want to pass on to you newly- for the standard recipe. :
weds some tips for homemakingthat Spiced pastry is excellent for fruit
have the approval of hun- pies, particularly peach, apple and
dreds of cooks, mothers and apricot. Cinnamon and nutmeg, and
housewives .
perhaps a touch of cloves, are the; .
"" Tin or aluminum frying pans spices to use. A teaspoon each of
i':'1 will wear better if cold water is sugar and cinnamon and a fourth CRT"
[ "
not poured into them while teaspoon of cloves will spice a batchof *
they're hot. pastry. A little also CONTAINS
sugar may CAMELS
A round whisk broom serves as be added. THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BUSHING i
an excellent clothes sprinkler. It Crumb Pastry. THE SMOKE'S t

gives a fine spray, sprinkles even- 2 cups crumbs, rolled fine or ground % NICOTINE THE 'THING/ -". i
: ly, and saves time. Vt cup melted butter 28 LESS I
! Grease spots may spmetlmes Blend butter and crumbs. Line sgy
i! be removed from wallpaper with pie pan by firmly pressing in mix- than the average of the 4 other largest-
,; a piece of blotting paper held ture about one-fourth inch thick. Be than any ofthemlaccordingtoindependentsdeaofic
II'' against the spots with a warm sure to have it extra thick where cigarettes tested-less .CAMELTHE
iron. sides of pan join. Bake in a 375to .
I'' In planning meals, bacon should 400-degree oven for 10 minutes. This' of the smoke itself.
i' be considered' fat..rather than pastry may be made of graham tests .. = !! ----: CIGARETTE OF

"'II,I meat, because it contains so lit- crackers, vanilla or chocolate wa. COSTLIER TOBACCOS
-protein. fers ,or ginger snaps.I
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News'ublished ':NNNN. :NN. :NN. : : : : : : .N.11.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N'N. .N.N.N.N.N. .N.N.11.N.N. . .N.N:. NOTICE OP ANNUAL MEETING I 2- Receiving Annual Reports and
The Clewiston ; I! OF LANDOWNERS OP I taking action with respect
':*: CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT thereto as the landowners may
\ .. I determine; and
% a TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY 3. Transacting such other busi-
every Friday in :: u. Notice is hereby given that, pursuant ness as may come before the
FlorIda, by the CI/EWISTON ; to call of the Board of Supervisors meeting
of Clewiston Drainage District,
t'the,annual meeting of the landownerst CLEWISTON BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
Clewiston Drainage District for the DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
ATHI.EY BOWDEX, 'E :: I rear 1941 will be held at the office of By: F. D. DUFF, President.
x said District in" the City Hall Build- Dated June 24, 1941.
r ing at Clewiston Hendry County 249-June 27th and July 4th.
Florida Wednesday, July 16, 1941,
Entered as second cliss mall I at 10:00 A. M. o'clock, 'Eastern Standard
February 1, 1927. at under the Pest the, '( K By RUSSELL KAY :|_ Time for the purpose of: I
Clewfston '
March 3, 1897. uai'> 1. Electing;. ,a, 'Supervisor; Subscription $2.00 Per Year
: President, Florida Press Association. :X;: ,

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'Subscription.Hate. ?:2.00 Per, Y ; : : "' ''';'';'';'':'':'': 7 :--:-:;'':; ?')o:..: ;..:-:..:.....:..: ..: :..:..):..):..):..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..):.....:..... ."..
Advertising Rated On A I It has been extremely interest- I:to miss a bet. And when the Cham- .r. J.' '.c .. "
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to review the comments of ber of Commerce slips up- we have X
[ of editors, members of 'hun-I I the Junior Chamber. Commerce' '4
Devoted to the advancement and :;:; .J, ,-,NOTICE :
Association popularly
Tare of Clewiston! and Hendry I I1f [I Editorial i or Jaycees, as they are .?
their 'known the job.' .s. : J MU"t r. -
I in their papers upon always on

I! from Florida. "This booster for Lakeland, his i:: H NDRY COUNTY PROPERTY ::
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MEMBER'FLORIAAPRfSSASSOCL1ii0N The following tribute to Florida adopted home, was a northerner all +_ : "
I I and junior chambers of his life until two' or three years *
NATIONAL[D 1tASSOG't11NI i was written by Harry ago when, like many other north- A
former New York manager erners, he retired and sought' com- .:$;: Governor Holland has commanded :|

the Associated Press and out- fort in the Sunshine State Al- :$;: thai:'x all .Real and Personal Property be ::|_i::

IT'S A LONG HAUL American newsman: though never in a position to be a :| assessed, on the 1941 Tax Roll at full %
'. "At the risk of seeming to talk I civic booster.Jt evidently- didn't take : :

"The advertisement on the: much about the enterprise of ](him long" to" imbibe the booster :i:: cash value, according to law. ,?

page of the Clewiston News we are going to point out I(I spirit.
week carries a pertinent instance to illustrate one Commenting on French's story | REAL ESTATE includes: :|:_

regard to the Everglades !? the reasons why, when the term which it republished, the Wake- .
dustry. This week it sets,. south' is used, one auto- field Mass., Daily Item adds: :_: Land,. Timber and Improvements. ., :;_

very acute. problem the nation thinks of Florida."A "The point we ,seek to make is 's' .s.

soon be facing-in fact is couple of months ago the that while Florida has beauty, ,com :: PERSONAL PROPERTY includes: .. :_i::

facing, though the, average Editorial ,Association had fort, flowers and countless other :|:: Stock of Merchandise f
hasn't begun to suffer from it : extended '''tour through Florida. attractions to sell, in winter, New ;

We have not yet been rat I original itinerary did not in- England has summer comfort, ::i:: Business Furniture and Fixtures, '-,' |:

consumption of sugar a certain large beautiful and scenery and other attractions to Household .: -
as our Goods
_. i
*; _
:that necessity is looming in the enterprising city in the west sell in summer, and what we needis / ::
too distant future. If region. Of course the visit- some northern Chambers Com- :|: Farm Equipment, ,' ,j-. .: ::
:: :,
couldn't everywhere, like those in Lakeland J :
federal editors go merce
isn't done by .: Livestock
; ,, .. t"": '
will be done by housewives this city's Chamber of Commerce (which, by the way, is a typical '_ ",-,%,-'r '. .+.
will find sugar prices soaring to be denied' and this" is sample of all chambers of com- I Boats, ; ,:. ; ., ."<__'._ ....
yond the reach of their budget.And they did, according' to an old merce down here-or. did all our ::: Professional Equipment I. -<,..-: :;[:
down there, who naturally boosters 'go south'? ':

clamoring this of in the'face the Everglades of a I why' he was not looked "We have our New England Council :*_: Personal Effects, Jewelry, etc. -. is

and wrote and asked 'how I the _various state development_ y y

areas other for mainland a. lifting sugar of the ?' commissions and similar organiza- :;: I will be glad to assist',you in making your :i:

'We didn't learn for sure,' ,he tions, it is true, but what we really ... ..
At present the United States 'that the tour was com- need is Individual local chambersof A ret urn.'y
ports 70% of our sugar from through Lakeland until about a commerce like those in Florida. X !

shore is Cuba areas., the The others nearest Puerto of hour before you arrived. When They are mighty'" '' few and far be- !:;.: RETURNS. SHOULD BE FILED BY ( *
came that the route was I tween up here.
Hawaii, the Philippines our city, the manager of the i Along with their glowing descriptions -. :_:: JULY 15TH. |::
haul by sea, anyway you of Commerce got busy and of Florida's charming A.

It is entirely contradictory less than 15 minutes. had 30 or'' beauty and her amazing growth and I :_:: Please "comply with the law and avoid :4 i:

one department of the business men ready as a wel- development, practically every edi- I j .
to warn of a fuel shortage, committee. tor has seen fit to' comment on the :I* penalty. :i;:

the urgent need of all 'He got in touch with the city enterprise of our citizens and our :: .... ', '.
facilities for use in the who gave permission for alertness to leave nothing unturnedto ; '.
"e ergency, and for another use of police cars and fire ap advance the welfare of our state. .|_ ;. DENNIS SMALL :. ,:; f:_:

partment of" the government to A radio scout car was The hospitality of individual ,citI- ..

'Vent the production of sugar to meet the motorcade and re' zens as well as officials along the ..s.:: Tax Assessor. _, ..., :t_:
ing millions of tons of its position. The fire chief tour deeply impressed them. All A Y

from off-shore areas,-or out his red car and blocked the pay high tribute to the Florida
us to do without sugar. i assisted by two motor- Highway'' Patrol for the splendid :!: For your convenience I will be in Clewis- :_:

As the emergency continues : ) officers. Then business men,, manner in which it served as escort.In :: ton:<(City Hall) Tuesday, July 8th, 9:00 :i:
problem will become more Hov'i'! at intervals around Lake numerous articles our Patrol,
We are prohibited from i quickly boarded the buses our chambers of commerce, our :::: A.M'to8:00PM., :4i i:

sugar in order that off-shore i extend Lakeland's official greet- State Markets, our Hotel Commis- ',, y
produce it, but we have and distribute literature. sion and other Y
the may ships. to spare to haul I 'We have a live Chamber of pointed, out as enviable agencies models are being to t :;:......................;..;.';....'...........;.....;...........,...................;........-.................."..................................................................;::

when ships and fuel are as you saw. We try not the people of other states.

/ needed to haul vital defense I I ':..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:".:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .
terials. ''
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We will do without sugar. i I his continued explosions been having fun here with inter- :;: :i:

off-shore areas will produce I a ripple of excitement. Im pretations" House Bill No. 61 and -:I: Notice T 0 I:;:
1 ;
sugar than they can eat. officers heard rumors contend that Florida, under its ;;

cannot haul it over here, I investigated. They started over ruling, is technically operating under -

we must haul defense the island to investigate his a 5-day week. RETAILERS. _|

But the old fellow had
himself into such a state The act passed by the 1941 leg- 'i' ;
islature, amends acts relating to 's'.l.
::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..: : excitement, and had found him legal holidays and designates among A
at outs with practically every- ? I
other holidays "the first day of the
he had come into contact with i The annual Retailers' License ;
week, commonly called 'Sunday'." new ::'
r. RAMBLINGS of his Heil Hitler Ideas,
he thought the officers were : The act also sets forth that when-' *. and Inventory Tax Law (Chapter |
By B. B. ever a legal holiday falls on Sun- \
I rank enemies, and ,he refused day, the Monday following shall .:;: 20977) passed by the recent Session of :: .
admittance. --
*..* *........ .. .. They continued be observed as business'' holiday. $ the State Legislature became effective i
*** **:****t********************* : : : :--: :+: i efforts to question him peace- :&:

Well, a long holiday or to investigate his citizen- Thus sticklers contend that since :?;=: July 1, 1941. _?:

the midst o* the hot summer for two or three flays. the law designates "Sunday" as a 's'A

about the nicest thing that the old man began firing legal "holiday" and also providesthat
happen to a person. If you them, and in the fracas, he re- ,when a legal "holiday" falls :|:: Report forms must be sworn to and :|:

smart, or maybe' we should a bullet wound in the side. on Sunday the following day, or remittance for license
% filed with :|:
; your
lucky, you planned he recovers sufficiently in I Monday, shall be observed as a
to begin next Monday morning Arcadia General Hospital, the "holiday," it automatically makes :?;: to do business during the year July $:

thus acquired a few extra days.: officers will be on every "Monday" a legal "business : .
:|: 1 1941 to June 30 1942. |; -
'Qven if you didn't there's to investigate his citizenship. holiday" in this state., ::

that gives a fellow the Under the bill it is pointed out X; X

'owning a small portion of the : There's a lesson in that situation. that Labor Day, which occurs on 1 I This tax must be paid immediately. :&: -.
'verse like not having to who live in the United
the first Monday in September, now v .
Saturday. ..
should have sufficient loyalty : ::
The sugar office employees their country, if citizens, and suf- becomes a "double" holiday.Is Penalty for delinquency amounts to $

have that fine feeling all ficient decency, if they 'are guests : 2% per: month and can not be waived if ;:;;:

July and August, except when the country, to remember that y.. Xk
day interferes, for it has the United States is still at Your Subscription Paid? s you delay. ::

nounced' that the offices we are definitely aligned x
closed on Saturdays through Hitler, and it isn't cricket NOTICE OK COMPLETION* OF BUDGET 3*
two months. AND MEETING TOIl PURPOSE :*: Do not delay. Save yourself from, -
to the
respect position our
AND COMPLAINTS OI" HEARING OBJECTIONS :!: penalty and save the State from further ::

cltement There was over quite the a flurry TO ALL, WHOM IT-MAY: CONCERN-: :;_: ,costs by remitting promptly. :_;:
We had our private flurry of ex- Pursuant to Section 3-A of Senate .;. + .
"Caen's arrest of a 'recluse
the Bill No. 835 to Everglades
over week-end. The y y
:Lake Okeechobee island last DraInage District passed by the Legislature y y
\ offspring was making a collection of the State of Florida at Its y y
end. It seems a, pity that
1941 session, the Board of Commis-
'-should of judgment let indiscretion: and prizes wasp-nests-of were secured all things with Three mucji sioners trict has of caused Everglades to be Drainage prepared Dis-a .:|_:: No GROSS RECEIPTS TAX is due :=::
cause much
so tree-climbing and only one sting. budget showing the debt service reQuirements -' June business-BUT all Gross 4
As this is being written, the of the District during the | on your
is not clear: It All went well until Mother opened year beginning on the 1st day of next :: :: J
appears, :; Receipts Tax due on receipts for May i f':
pack-sack next day with one of November and ending on the 31st ; ;;
ever, that the old fellow day of the succeeding October, and
;3iu so much trouble, just the prizes, and found that half a.dozen the same has been placed on file in :|;: and previous months must be paid. Interest :4 i:
had hatched the office of the Secretary of the
wasps out
overnight .
I "being different, as he Now the 'collection had District, at Room 809, Biscayne Build- :g: and penalties are piling up already ::
,it. He came to the section ing, Miami, Florida, where the' same "
Years ago; lived alone on the been' transferred to mosquito-hawks notify may be you examined that said and Board this will is meetat to ::: if you have neglected this matter. Save :::
and we move
*island ed built himself' a shack, house again. peaceably. about the A. said D. 1941 place at on 10:00 the 21st o'clock'day of in July the, 4 yourself and the State further costs by .
enough to the
supply forenoon of said day (being not less '
::: :: ,
sities of life than fifteen ; remitting promptly. ; -
and for one who days from the date of ..
'that sort of thing should have Florida the first publication hereof) for the ..:. .. .t
I ISa Operating purpose of hearing objections and I 't'I
well content. However, on complaints with respect to said. bud- Y

weekly trips in to Moore ,Under A 5-Day Week get.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, OP =: J. M. LEE, Comptroller ::
began having arguments over: EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT x -
:European situation,.-taking By MARK, R. TENNANT, yf
I (SEAL) Chairman :!:. : Tallahassee, Florida :;:
'the side of Hitler. Now he Tampa, July 2-(TNS)-Lawyers,1 I Attest;;. I":. M THROOP. I
he did it only to be different. delight in technicalities have July 4-11. Assistant: Secretary f :11NNN. :..:NNINNNNNNNNNNIINNNNNNNNNNII N,.:NNNMNNNNNNNNNN:HN. :NNN. :.


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1/1Man/ deavored to secure Legislation at I ,.:......................;...............................................................................;.'".........................+.........................................+.......... .

Shot In Gun Battle the which 1939 would Session cure of the this Legislature deficiencyand :: .

make enforcement of collection 'i

After Officers possible. This legislation however, NOTICE
Resisting was fought desperately by the Com-
I mittee on Canals and Drainage and -- :
0(::> the Bondholders were not able to f.

Advocate of Hitlerism been well educated and widely get the teeth in their law. Much TO TAXPAYERS !

travelled. He claims to be' a citi- I credit is due to the Committee on t .1.'I

Recovering In zen of Long Island, N. Y., and froma Canals and Drainage for if this : ,
j well known family of that area. Legislation had been passed all h h = Iz

HospitalMoore He claims to have served ,in the hopes of a refunding plan. would j
I ,U. S. Army during the Spanish 'have been lost. "

, American war, and also served time Also a meeting called by Gover! I

( Haven Democrat) in the English and Mexican armies.It nor Holland at Thomasville, Geor- J_
: Under the law in the
Richard LaHommadeiu, who has is not known whether any inspection I gia, before the 1941 Legislature new passed reI'

lived the life of a recluse on a has been made of his pos- convened, the Governor and landowners -
small self-made "island" in Lake I sessions to determine if there is i present told Mr. Rorick, the : cent session of the legislature all delin- i

I Okeechobee at the edge of the levee any evidence'of subversive activitybut bondholders representative, plainly -

, eanal, a short distance east of.Moore it is anticipated that such action that unless the bondholders :f.: quents of personal property and intangible -
Haven, is recovering in the Arcadia will be taken. would submit to a refunding thatno i

Hospital from a bullet wound in- legislation affecting the Ever-
:i of 1939 and 1940 will be
flicted by some member of a sheriff's PROCLAMATIONSTATE glades Drainage District' would be property i

posse in a gun battle Sunday when OF FLORIDA. passed at the 1941 Session of the

LaHommadeiu resisted efforts of EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT Legislature.Great i published in this newspaper July 17, 1941. t

federal and county officers to checkon ,TALLAHASSEE credit is due particularlyto .. y

his citizenship. the following men who never h h Y

LaHommadeiu had come under WHEREAS, the Florida Safety ceased their efforts to' prevent 'the Avoid Z

suspicion because of his out-spoken Council is conducting a statewide, strengthening of the existing law: _: Penalty by Paying t

advocacy of Nazism and his oft- safety campaign to 'cut down the Collier County Representative,

exr/ressed hatred of the English. On huge July, traffic toll on the streets Honorable William Zachry Platt. :.. .

his infrequent trips into town he and highways of our State, which Dade County Representative, I :: N' ;

lost no opportunity to express his last year took a toll of thirtysevenin I Honorable John J.. Lindsey. f_ ?

views and on at least one occasionset July and which in one day took Glades County Representative, :%: r__ : I :i
forth these views in a letter six lives and injured hundreds, of Honorable J. H. Peeples. .%. ',11.1,..,' <-:' _...' ...... .............. .. .. c "" 'l.
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which was handed to a local busi- which a large number were chil- ,,Hendry County Representative, .%. .l
ness man. Because of this atti- I dren, andWHEREAS Honorable Elbert Stewart. h .l'

tude most citizens have felt that the Council in cooperation Citizens of Glades County wantit

he might be connected with- some with law enforcement known that the efforts of these i R. N. MILLER I

kind of subversive activity and that agencies, civic clubs, the press and gentlemen are greatly ,appreciated.
investigation be made. h
some should others is trying to make this monthof h ?

On Wednesday night of last July, one of the safest months $50,000 Program h ??

week two federal officers of the of the year, and ::_i:: Tax Collector, Hendry County ::f

U. S. immigration patrol, M. (IJ. F. WHEREAS, the schools and colleges Now UnderwayOrlando .

Steen Brown of of West Miami Palm, appeared Beach and here Mr. of Florida are now closed and .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ::-:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:.:..:..:yM)
more than 400,000 children, boys July 2.-FNS)) The
and set out immediately to contact Florida Research Foundation took
and girls, young men and womenare
LaHommadeiu and check on his here this week' toward set- I
having a holiday from their steps 9
citizenship. He protested against school life and not thinking of ac ting up a $50,000 program aimedat NOTICE ,.,
being aroused at night it was said, cidents. the development of the state's Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands or so much
and told the officers he would have industrial thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
NOW THEREFORE I agricultural and resourcesto opposite to the together with the
SpessardL. same costs of such sale and advertising,
nothing to do with them. On Holland, Governor of the Stateof ''the benefit of national defense.H. will be sold at public auction on' the fourth day of August. A. 'D. 1941 be-
Thursday morning the immigration I. Mossbarger, Miami, presi- ginning at twelve o'clock noon at the City Hall of the City of'ciewlston,
Florida, realizing that most of Florida.
officials with county officers left dent and general manager, told R. Y. PATTERSON
the accidents at play, at work and
the government locks and went up I members of the board that plants Tax Collector City of Ciewlston.
in traffic, occur in the month of
the canal in a boat. Upon arriv-
from which new and valuable pro-
July, do hereby proclaim the
ing at the island just opposite the ducts could be extracted should be Amount of
month of SAFETY MONTHand
station No.
Diston Island pumping
set out in Florida under a model -
that each and OF LAND Costs
1 he was not to be found. Three of urge every per-
after determination
son exercise the greatest caution in planting system
the men started to another small driving and walking, and particul- of the types of soil'best suited Lot 12 Block 22 John Irwin -----.___.$4.10
" "island" near and as they were half for their growth. Lot 13' Block 22 John Irwin ___..________ 3.15
across the water he suddenly. arly urge public officials, the American Lot 31: Block 26 E. B. Northrup _.____ 5.05
,Legion, the Junior Chamberof Chester B. Treadway, executive Lot S, Block 139 C, E. Miner _. ..._. ._,_...-. 5.05
arose from a place, ,of concealmentand Commerce the Parent-Teacher secretary of the Florida Associa- Lot' 19. Block 139 .:. '. D ; ,.. Mildred Wheeler --..,___ 4.48
threatened to shoot if the of- Lot 10, Block 141 ._,;,., : Mrs. Anna Tabel" 4.10
Association, ministerial'organiza' tion of Chain Stores, who has been Lot 27, Block 176 _,,j W.. C. J. Hermann __... __ 4.10
ficers came closer. After several chairman'of '., _._ _ _
tions and civic serving as the boardof Lot 29. :Block 176 : W. J. Costello 4.10
minutes of trying to get him to put I safety organiza- and Lot 30 Block 176 '. James F. Costello ___ 4.10
down his gun, which looked to bea tions to cooperate in the movementto the Foundation, resigned, Lots 2: 3. Block 202 Herbert M. Turner _____ 7.90
make safety month.I was succeeded as chairman by Lot 19, Block 358 W. C. J. Hermann _. 4.10
July our
high powered rifle, and to come banker of Leesburg. Lot 25 Block 358 Edith A. Becker ________ 9.80
down and, talk with them, they further urge that city, county George Ware, Lot 16 Block 361 f J. C. O'Neal ..._____ 6.00
Stuart H. Bowman of Clermont was Lots 26. 27. Block 412 Mabel Francis ._____,4.10
turned back and left the "island." and state officials call on the peo- elected vice-chairman.., Treadway Lot 8. Block 495 J. W. Daughtry ___ 9.80
Two deputies were posted to watch ple of their respective communitiesand
remains a member of the board.
the actions of'the hunted man''' urge their cooperation and im- ...

while some plan for his capture was press upon them the importance of r :

q formulated. During the morning this campaign for the preservationof ...... .. ........ .. ..... .... ... ........ .:..:N:q..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:N:+:N:N:N:N:1..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.1
:: : ;:N,:?;: : : :?;:: ;:?;: : >: : ;;;:?; ...;.... ............;..... .... ......:..:..:":":":":":":":":":":":":":">:":":":":":":":":ihh )
LaHommadeiu spotted the watchersand life and property.IN .:::: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: : : >:N: : : : : : : : : >: : : : : : hhhh

opened fire but shot well up WITNESS WHEREOF, I have h

in the air according to reports, hereunto set my hand and caused J.
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evidently intending to scare them the Great Seal, of the State of Flor- %.
away. ida to, be affixed at Tallahassee, fi .b._ =:
the Capital this 23rd day of June, ENJOY AN Y?
Then came a long vigil for the I YY ..
officers during which time La- A. D. 1941. n :c(
J SEAL) :%::;: ;.:'
Hommadeiu stayed hidden, stirring : :
only under cover of darkness. Fin- SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, :::: .:; i. .. .. ELECTRIC ...%.
Governor. .%..%. ,",'. ALL .? .
ally morning Sheriff. Wiggins
Sunday ...%. :, .
ATTEST: : ....., %...
and his posse saw him come ...%.
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R. A. GRAY, ., .
from hiding and scurry toward his .: .%. ; E..
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of State. "
shack. "One of the men opened .:... H"'" ; '"" :" : .

fire, after he had been commandedto B ; ;
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halt and didn't," said Mr. Wiggins New Everglades "' -,> '_,":' : ."'" ; ';'; **
"and then we all shot and :::;: YY
the man fell." He immediately Drainage Bill Is hh ; Y

shouted quickly for aid secured and from a motorboatwas the government Passed by SenateThe ;1:::: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that .=.f.. .

locks. :_::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the YYi :
fact that Bill 835
With Sheriff Wiggins at the, time
of the shooting were Deputy Frank the new Everglades Drainage Bill, :'f i:: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- .%:.:.%%.:

Howard, City Marshall G. C. Strick- is at last a law is a real event in ...%. + .
land and J. L. Tindale. the lives of the eleven counties of' +.:. ly and economlca II y. YYU

Dr. D. M. Draughn treated the South Florida, which are covered by
"'If injured man and found the bullet the EVERGLADES DRAINAGE One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or n

had entered his left side just above DISTRICT.The ;
: ::
hours of safe reading light or operate
the hip and had passed on throughhis bill provides among other :::: give your eyes two

body. He was then taken to things for a refunding of the out- ** your radio for most of a day=and-ELECTRICITY is .*.*.
Arcadia observation standing indebtedness of the Dis- % ,
for at the hospital ....
The injury did not prevent, trict of approximately $16,000,000, ::.;. one thing that gets cheaper the more 0 f. that you use. :%::::

his walking to the boat to give accounted for as follows: +x YY

himself up and he did not lose Bonds ................__............$9,4 0 0,000 That is it is to have and enjoy a home :::%:
consciousness at any time. Matured Coupons ............ 3,600,000 :!::: why so easy I : *

LaHommadeiu came to this sec- Unpaid for Canal.Construction :_::!: ,that is all electric and modern. f

tion in a small auxiliary schooner ................ 1,800,000 ....e .?3'1'..Y.
about two years ago. He tied his Certificates of Indebtedness ...:, % %
boat to the canal bank a mile east ...:.......................:.. '1,000,000 ,:., i' YY YY

of the locks and began levellingoff Miscellaneous .................. 200,000 y
the marl bank until his "island"was '?'' CHEAPEST SERV- ;::
formed. There he planted TOTAL ........................-,$16.0 0 0,000 .. !
garden crops and is said to have had refunded on a 57 % basis; a re- .%.... .%..%.
considerable About zoning of the entire District and
success. once a **
week he came to town for supplies. settlement of any tax certificates i::i?: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .....

During the first few months of his outstanding, regardless of how far .... .:..%.
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residence he made many friends back it goes for the payment of 2 .%.... .% .%.
here because of his industriousnessbut years taxes'at' the new rate, or .t.... .f:.%..

with the beginning of the war Lands in Zone 1 ........$3.00.per.acre .:..:. .%.'h.%.
arguments favoring Hitlerism arous- Lands in Zone 2 ........ 2.20 per acre % .Y.
;i;,, if" ? Mii
ed not only anger but suspicion Lands in Zone 3 ........ 1.80 per acre ? :

among tradespeople of the com- Lands in Zone 4 ........ 1.CO per acre

munity. Lands in Zone 5 ........ .60 per acre
He lived alone on his tiny island Lands in Zone 6 ........ .20 per acre t!

,I and his usual attire while at or Lands in Zone 7 ........ .06 per acre Gl des Power and Light Co .

I'' near his home was simply a breech- together with interest and costs. .%..f.
cloth. During his residence. he The success of this refundingplan .tY. .!..%..
i r had built a shack on the main "is- is largely due to the fact that .!..i. ...f. .
I land" of driftwood and had leveled the original Everglades DrainageBill ...Y.. .%..,.
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down several other "islands" for was weak In that it was notable .:..:. iA

his LaHommadieu use. was said to have The to Bondholders enforce collection Committee of taxes.en- (L':"..::?".'.::"..::"..::"..::"..::'...::"..::....:...::"..:...r:..::"..::"..::"..::"..::"..::"..:....'::"..::"..::"..::..'.::"..::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::..:....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::...):.e.::....::....::..:..-.::.........::...:..,..::....::....::..::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::....::--.o..:..:---::

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check or Permits and Annual Graduated LI- ]
A New' Law r-ForFlorida er a solemn may have promise given, that a bad cash 'pay cense Taxes, and In lieu thereof -- THE KEY TO THE. CITY"J.'t"

ment would be made within the imposed an Annual Graduated Li-
Farmer next week or at the end of ten, or cense Tax and a separate additional II

thirty, or sixty days, only to vanish Annual Inventory Tax upon" Independent + d ; +
The 1941, legislature enacted !a, and never return; thus, leaving the, and Chain Stores.
law providing for the organization producer with an unpaid claim I Reports,, and returns under the
of Agricultural Associations whicl Vhichhe could, never collect. new inventory tax law are to be
may exercise all the powers, granted To correct this unhappy situa- "filled out, in detail," ComptrollerLee J l I III IIf.

by the laws of the State to corporations tion, Florida Legislators respondedto reminds taxpayers.. .
: for profit, and not for ,I an appeal from those who' had
profit, so far as, may be appllcabl! been fleeced-, and passed a Licens- I
agriculture. These association and Bonding Bill, enforceable I 1 1I V
to ing
also given the same protection the Commissioner of Agricul I II I II
'are by Johnson I I P
as to liability of the members as i is ture. Under this Act, certain deal I By Spuds ..II I ,, I t I

given the stockholders In ,corpora ers In agricultural products ,are required I I I j (I lit I i .]
annual license : I
:'dons. to obtain an CHALLENGE AND PRAISE,
This Jaw was drawn In the Interest from the Commissioner of GIVEN 4RCLUB YOUTH X I i I .,
i' -:
of the small farmer. .Many' Agriculture "before. engaging in DURING, NATIONAL! CAMP ':;"'1
farmers, do not cultivate larg the business of buying, receiving, ; 1...'
enough acreage to justify. invests' selling\ negotiating, or soliciting the Members of the 4-H Clubs in the "" .' : 1

in all the different machines that' sale, re-sale, exchange,' or" transfer: United States were given an inter UJOUsrqY i ',-,Ep I'
:are needed. Several neighbors, can of agricultural products. The fee. I national challenge during the an :
organize one' of these association for this annual license is $10.00. 'nual National Club Camp in Washington 1

.and purchase on installments machines Furthermore, dealers are required June 18-25. Miss Gracelia '::; '
be used cooperatively execute a suitable Surety Bondin director of:
that can to Mandujano, assistant .; : I .:
in rotation.. Better cultivatio; the sum of $1,000, or a larger the Institute for Rural Information ?);;.
can thus be made and such machines amount If necessary, and such bond in Chile, told the delegates that the "- :r I qu9uc '}f ,
.as plows, tractors, silage shall provide for the payment to things they are doing in club work J \, Z I
cutters, grinders, sprayers- mowers producers of the proceeds of all are fundamental for democracy and )
etc., can ,be made to serve .all farm produce handled or sold by declared that "the youth of the j I .u&_ JjJ
members of the association.It such dealer.. United States must not fail the boys = ,
is',claimed that as a rule small Those exempted nom the Act includes ,I and girls of other democracies who
farmers do not produce as fine I farmers, or groups of farmers I are looking to this country's young
quality of fruits and vegetables as; selling produce raised by people for, leadership." I -f

do the 'large operators and that this themselves; retail stores, or others "A poor democracy is'' better than
due to lack of the best equipment ; ;I who buy farm products for cash,, the best kind of, tyranny," she 'W\) f >
of machinery for cultivation or its equivalent; and dealers in maintained, as she said that the M ;INN -

and spraying their crops. This dairy products. Dealers In citrus democratic way of life in any country -
entails a loss in price and quantity; fruit are also exempted'as .the : or group of countries can be
The proper use of spraying materials producers already have protection maintained only through participation
and fertilizers is necessa under Florida Laws.It of 'a majority of the people !n
: ... .
for both yield and quality. If the is confidently believed by democratic methods.Florida's : : ..:M M N NNN, :N NNN N NN, NN N M NN, :N:NN N N:..:N,11N M NON N M NN NM M MN, :
small farmer invests in all these students of farm economics that
four delegates -
things it entails a relatively higher this law will result In the saving
cost for his crop than is Incurred of large sums of money to Florida Willie Gertrude Mae Noxtine Nixon of of Manatee Pinellas,, Miss Edward I I ?
by the larger operator.One producers. It Is believed that it ,
of Leon, and Jack
mower, feed grinder, silage will practically eliminate the hazards :! Bradley I ) t
I the
Dyer of Union-were among .
cutter, or spraying machine_ : will of the credit system in the
:answer the purpose of several farmers handling of the farmers' eggs, 173 young people from 43 states s*
and Alaska who, with, their leaders
from season to season.A poultry, vegetables, livestock, and i CLEWISTON GOLF t
the 'plea for hemisphere
listened to
copy of the law is here set other products of Florida soils, ,
talks at
solidarity and other
forth. It is self-explanatory. Read herds, and flocks. : \
it carefully and legal counsel will: It will largely. do away with the the camp. ::
not be necessary to comply with Its I policy of "I :will pay you tomorrow Secretary of Agriculture Claude : COURSE 1 I:
provisions. This Department will ] ," and substitute for it the R. Wickard challenged the young :. I ,1
"fee glad to 'hear from any organizations policy of "cash on the barrel head," people to "sacrifice if sacrifice is { ,
of this kind that may be formed thereby; assuring the honest producer necessary in the present defense ''i .. I .,..'
and put in operation.The that the, results of his toil effort, to maintain a nation 'where :: :3.;. ::

steps to be taken are: will bring in cash instead of prom- the government serves the individual ..:'.. .: ,, .. i.
1. ,Draw up articles of association rather than having the people \ ..
-which shall include: ises.In addition, this Act would tend, bow before the government." He said I h._.
<(a) Name and location of busi to rid legitimate and ethical dealers that past 4-H training is now showing 1 I h )
ness. v of the unscrupulous competitionof up in the leadership of the y
: flhe association ,. who have United States.' 'i' .i.'
(b) Purposes "fly by night" dealers, '
(c) Length 'of time set for life neither capital nor character, and The group heard a&s ther cabinet

ot the association.d who not only fleece the farmers member, Secretary of the' Treasury' J' Open to the Public 1
( ) Names of the officers' ol but are a source of worry and unfair Henry Morganthau, Jr., say that
the association. trade practice to reputable the 4-H Club organization of 1,%
(e) List of kinds of business tc&e dealers. million rural boys and girls is "the .f J' X:

engaged in. Appropriate penalties are provided finest activity of rural youth in the, .... .:.
(f) Statement of the non-per- in the ,Act for those who violate world:" He added that he had encouraged .:. \ ._.'
canal liability of the members. its provisions. Any dealer ; all three of his childrento .
2. These articles of the associa- found guilty by a court will be become members of the 4-H Club' :h(

ion must be subscribed to by the \subject to a fine of $50.00 to in his Dutchess, County, New York, !'E :. c.
original members and acknowledged \ 100.00, or imprisonment not exceeding community. h
before a notary public. Two copiesof sixty days, with a heavier Not only: the 173 delegates at f

the articles shall .be filed with penalty for a third or subsequent camp, but members of- the 4-H Club, ::1:: Moderate Green Fees r
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ID offense. throughout the land are rising to .
the county where the principal place Forms are available at the Inspection the challenge presented by threatsto :y_: Exceptional Fairways- *
of business is to be located. The Bureau, Department of our American heritage, and are .' ..
said Clerk shall transmit copy ol Agriculture, Tallahassee, to dealers building a citizenship which will ::;: Interesting Greens, ::,
the:: articles to the Secretary of Statefn who are: subject to this Act. It Is stand under stress and strain. 1?. y
Tallahassee for filing. requested that prompt applicationfor .

the 3.rights Adoption and of privileges By-Laws of fixing the necessary license bond be made required, and of that dealers the READ THE. ADS ....................."..........."..."............................."...".........................................................................................................

members of the association, includ shall be filed with .the Commissioner -- -
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ing conditions of membership, issuing of ,Agriculture at once.

of certificates of membership, =---
duties of the officers, voting privileges Make Tax Returns

4. and The time Secretary of :meeting.of State and And Avoid PenaltiesWith DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HILLS

shall each
Clerk of the Court receive j
$2.50 for their services. '

NATHAN MAYO, the retail license and in 1 2 'I : :
Commissioner of Agriculture. ventory tax due as of July 1, State i
Comptroller J. 1Lee, charged ,

Mayo Explains with its collection, is urging retailers I
to make their sworn re ,
J' :=' :n
Li t q.rlFi S
New Licensing turns and send remittances to him kr.% (
in Tallahassee immediately to avoid to

And Bonding Act penalties and help reduce the state's '
cost of' collection. He makes. the
appeal Sin today's issue in an advertisement -
_ -A statement by Nathan which also calls at-
IMayo, Commissioner of tention to the fact that gross receipts GO
Agriculture, showing the taxes for receipts for May tpM atipW
scope of the new law, and previous months must be paid oeR cZ
which becomes effective immediately if not already paid. Ina
July 1Beginning prepared statement he points out:
"Chapter 20689, Laws of Florida,
_ July 1, 1941, the Commissioner Acts of 1941 (Senate Bill 86)) repealed -
of Agriculture is required Subdivision B, Section 4 of
ts> enforce a Licensing and Bond- Chapter 16848, Acts of' 1935, relat- .
Sns: Act, which regulates certain ing to Gross Receipts Taxes. How-
dealers in agricultural products ever, the Act provides: 'Nothing' 1K: k t1
who operate in Florida. This Act, contained in this repeal Act shallbe
enacted by the recent Legislature interpreted to affect or to excuse %tf
, and signed by Governor Holland, is or relieve any person from the ,
: meant to protect producers of farm payment of Gross Receipts Taxes 1 \
products and legitimate dealers in imposed under said Chapter 16848, .,-{ P.t
Sarm products against unscrupulous which shall have accrued prior to ( I ...... ',:,1'
tbuyera and dealers who have long July 1, 1941.' o.
been u plague in the marketing of "It is, therefore, necessary thata '
Florida eggs and poultry and various return reporting Gross Receiptsin .5
other crops and products full up to and including the
Florida farms. It is believed thatSannproduced month of May, 1941, (includingall e
commodities worth previous months that may be .
: delinquent) be filed and payment
made at once. Please do this now
sible; ; buyers upon the assurance and save additional cost for your- [
tbat. payment would be made tothe self and the State. j\ f,0aa 90ur LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
-producer at some later'date.. "Chapter 20977, Acts of 1941 ( HAt
To. actual practice, the "pay-off" (House Bill 308)) repealed all the ray atrlc INCREASES .
liag, In numberless instances, never remaining Sections of Chapter :::::
Seen made. The irresponsible buy- 16848, Acts of 1935, relating to




: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn, W. C. Owen, Jr, returned to tion, where he now holds the po- grown on the lower east coast in .
Sonny and Harry Vaughn, and Mrs: Clewiston Tuesday"evening to spend sition as cashier. the area between Ft. Pierce and
J. Vaughn left this week for a the remainder of the summer with Miami. .

[L Personals ] vacation visit at various points in his ,parents. Bill, who will 'be a SIRS. GLEN ETHERTON HONORED
Louisiana. sophomore at Tulane University next WITH STORK: SHOWER TUESDAYMrs. M-G-M officials have been makinga

I term, has just completed a special survey of the facilities offered

Martin Oliver is leaving this course, with a selected group of Foy Durrence and Mrs. A. at Wakulla Springs for making \

Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre week-end for a vacation of two Tulane naval R. O. T. C. unit. The W. Lawrence were hostesses Tues- motion pictures. Last week Johnny

were visitors in Pahokee Saturday. weeks in Jacksonville. Gus Nel- training course was' given at the day evening at a stork shower' given Weismuller, aquatic< star and famed

-' son accompanied him, and will visit naval base at Corpus Christi, Tex- for Mrs., Glen Etherton in the' homeof for his characterization of "Tarzan" I

Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Allhands have relatives in Fort Meade. as. Mrs. Durrence. expressed himself as pleased and
'Bridge was played during the stated he hoped the next Tarzan
moved to Belle .Glade. --:--::-
%-' "Mr. and, Mrs. C. 'L: McLendon'were Markette-Moore. evening, and 'prizes awarded, to Mrs: picture would be, made at Wakulla.
Mr.. and Mrs. M: A. Thomas and visitors in West Palm Beach C. E. Miner, high; Mrs., R. J. Lee,

sons have returned from a visit' Friday.; Mrs. T. 1?; Forbes, mothers second, and 'Mrs. John Elmore,
with relatives In Savannah. of Mrs. M. Lendon, returned Miss Mary Moore, daughter of travelling prize. First prize was FOR RENT-3-room duplex unfurnished

with them for a few days visit Mrs: J. W. Moore, became the Nylon hose, second was lingerie and apartment.- Very reasonable
Miss Virginia Jordan left Thurs- -- bride of T. E. Markette. in a quiet I the, travelling prize was a pair of rate'S e W. M. Martin,
day to spend her vacation with ceremony performed by candle- vases. Clewiston Dry Goods Company. It.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Horace A. Bestor
her mother in Atlanta. light in Trinity Episcopal Church, I The baby gifts were brought in
this for vacation trip
left week a
Fort Myers, Sunday afternoon in the :i piled in a lovely bassinett, which
to Missouri. They -will.rtsit..their LOST-Mottled purple Parker fountain
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nielsen have presence of many friends and rela- was the gift of Mrs. Etherton's mo-. medium size
son, Lt. R. J. Bestor in Fort pen and point,
visit with Dr. and ives. ther, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell.
returned from a gold plate on band
Leonard Wood, during their stay. cap partly worn
Mrs. I. O. Bishop in ,Fort Pierce. The ring ceremony' was''perform-.' The hostesses served a buffet I off. Left on ''desk in bank, or'
ed by Rev. Andrew J. Millsted, rec- supper of baked beans, potato salad, dropped in front on bank '
Fred Davis is leaving this week- Mrs. Carl Berner, Bobby and tor of the church. {.The,,bride, was relishes, hot rolls and iced tea. office. Please return Carl Johnson sugar,

end for a" two weeks' visit in Eliza- Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crquch and given in marriage by' her elder The guests list included, Mrs.R. Sugar Office., it.-
beth City, North ,Carolina. June Hooker left Wednesday aft- brother, James Willis Moore, of.. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Harry Knight, I ,
ernoon for Fort Myers Beach where Ocala.A Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs. George

Miss Letha Kelley is spendingtwo they will spend two weeks., program of organ music pre- Crow, Mrs. Miner, Mrs. Lee, Mrs.

weeks with her mother in ceded the ceremony. The numbers Walker Nail, Mrs. Hubert Land, I MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Gainesville. Dr. O. F. Schiffli left Tuesday included Romance (Edward Mac- Miss Marcia Avant, Mrs. Gratton ARCmTEOTuRAL DESIGNS

night for Highlands, N.. C., to spend Dowell) ,To a Wild Rose, (Edward George, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. A. Maps Estimates

r 'Mr. ..and Mrs. Frame W. Mueller the holiday week-end; with Mrs. MacDowell) Poem, (Zdenko Fib- W. Sias, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.E. JOHN H. DOTY
and children left Thursday for a Schiffli and their sons. at' their ich) My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice, C. Mills, Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Engineering Consultant

: vacation in Franklin, Louisiana., summer home. Samson and Delilah (C. Saint Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,
: : Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
i' 4" Saens). The bridal chorus from Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. Roy Al-
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Trice and Dr. J. W. Ezelle and 'daughter, Lohengrin was used as processional ston, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs.

children are visiting relatives in Emma Jane, are leaving this' week- and Mendelssohn's Wedding- Clayton Waters, Mrs. W. C. Hooker -

Jacksonville for two weeks. end to spend a few weeks with March as recessional. ,, Mrs. Urey Waldron, Mrs. Hub

Dr. ,Ezelle's father' and sister' at The bride wore a 'white shadow- Spooner, Mrs. Elmore, Mrs. Blan- Johnson's Fish Camp

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McLaughlinof Graceville.Mr. fleur dress with a white tucked che Turner and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, (Near Hurricane; Gate)

Okeechobee were visitors in turban and white accessories. Her of Clewiston, Mrs. F. R. Maxwelland Clewlston, Fla. ..

I Clewiston Wednesday. and Mrs. I. S. Bell left Wed- flowers were a corsage of sweet'heart Mrs. Van Bush of Miami. Boats. and Motors-Guide Service
i nesday for a two weeks' vacation. roses. Her only ornamentwas Rates Reasonable
Mrs. J. W. Adkins and Mrs. necklace which had MAKING A ,
They are spending part of the timein a cameo COMEBACK W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
, Lawrence Hardy of Moore Haven Savannah, where they will be been worn by the groom's mother, '-

were visitors here Wednesday.Miss present at a reunion of Mr. Bell's the late Mrs. Mary Markette.The I Boynton, June 25-FNS) -

family. ''bride's only attendant was.. Making a comeback as a pineapple
Roberta Spicer arrived from her sister, Mrs. John J. Kettl, who producing area, the lower east coast I CLE'VffiTOYTINNING
West Palm Beach Wednesday for served as matron of honor. Mrs. began the harvesting of Golden
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier left & PLUMBING SHOP
the weekend.Dr. Kettl wore a soft, dusty pink crepe Abaca pineapples last week at Flat-
yesterday for Tampa to spend
with picture hat. woods Farm here. Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
I a large near 75 to 80
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
W. Orville Rigby has returnedto Chadwick. They will also visit The groom was attended by Jerry percent of all pineapples grown in Prompt, Efficient Service
Clewiston after spending two I Wilcox as best man. the continental United States are
North Carolina
in Wilmington ,
with his in Miami. CHRISTENSEN
weeks parents PETER
before returning to Clewiston.. The bride's mother, Mrs. J. W. I
Moore, ,wore an afternoon dress of
Mrs. G. B. Thomas left Mondayfor I "" FOR RENT-Large, airy, bedroom
Miss Ruth Marshall will have asher printed crepe.Following .
a visit with friends and relatives and garage. Stucco house across
guests for two weeks her sisters the ceremony the bride
in Tampa and Safe'ty Harbor: Mrs. Roy Kale, and Mrs. E. and groom left for a short wedding highway from Hendry County Mo- J. M. COUSE

C. Black, and the latter's husbandand trip 'on the West Coast, after which tors. Phone 102, C. M. Jarvis. If
Mr. and Mrs. E. Crow'are
son of Columbia, S., C.' The they will reside in Clewiston with Counselor and Attorney at LawHopkins
spending th'e week-end at Fort
guests are to arrive Saturday.Miss the bride's mother. Building
Myers Beach. FOR RENT-One 2-room furnished
\1 Prior to the ceremony Mr. and Wednesdays and Saturdays
cottage. One bachelor I
Shirley Hunter returned Mrs. John J. Kettl were, hosts ata apart-
Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Couch of ment. Lights and water furnished.Mrs. 9:30 to 4:00
she buffet luncheon 'given in their
Sunday from Jacksonville where
Melbourne are spending a few daysin M. D. Royals. 3t.
Clewiston at the Inn.. spent a two weeks' vacation. She home in -Clewiston for' the bride I I

,Mi Mary and groom. Their guests included . ,
was accompanied by ?s ------------ -

Mrs. G. M. Sears' lefts this week Frances Ferguson,- who' pert the members of the two families and
week with her aunt, Miss; :Virginia out-of-town guests who were here
for her home in Shellman, Ga., aft-
for the wedding.
er a visit with Mr. and Mrs 'H. C. (Jordon. '
Kolstad.Mr. The' dining table was covered ., DR. WALTER PURDON
Mr. and Mrs., Frank M. Rodriguezhave with a lace tablecloth and centered I I
and Mrs. C. L. McLendon and !: returned from a visit to New with a bouquet of mixed garden Announces that after Sunday, June 8, 1941, he will be In
son, Lamar, left yesterday to spend' II Orleans and 'Gretna, La. Their flowers. his office in the Hopkins Bldg., daily except Thursday and
their vacation in Atlanta, and in I daughter, Shirley Ruth, who,'attend- Attending the luncheon were Miss _
Dawson, Ga. I''ed school in New Orleans this )ear, Mary Moore, T. E. Markette, Mrs.J Sunday. Evening hours Monday., Tuesday, Friday and Sat-

returned with them for the summer W. Moore, Miss Florine Moore, urday.
,Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, and II' Mr.. and Mrs. J. Willis Moore, Co-

son, Bud, have moved into the burn Moore, T. M. Coburn, Miss Practice of Osteopathic Medicine

house on Arcade Avenue recently, Mrs. Arie Kingsberry; who has Mary Markette, T. A. Markette, .,. -
vacated by Mrs. C. M. Jarvis. been' employed as stenographer' at Miss Beatrice Jacobs and Jerry and SurgeryX"X"XK"X

the Clewiston U. S. Engineer office Wilcox; Mr. and Mrs. W.' H. Mor-
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dickson and for the past two ,and a half years, ris, Miss Martha Morris, Mr. and

'son have returned from a visit with, left yesterday for Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. C. D. Gammage, Paul Gam- ..",
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bussell in of and Miss Mary
where she is employed in the air- mage Leesburg
Summerville, South Carolina. base engineer office. Bradley. .:i..:.. ..X..X..X..X..X;XK"XK"XK"X"X"Explanation ........................................................
Included in the group of Clew- 'i''i' t
Mrs. A. A. Munroe of Madison Mrs., Curtis Thompson who is iston friends who motored to Fort
.:. y
spent this 'week here visiting her spending two weeks at Bradenton Myers for the wedding were Mr. .f.'

daughter, Mrs. Campbell E. Nail with relatives will be joined this and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. X
and Mr. Nail. week-end 'by :Mr. Thompson and O. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. .... .:-,

Miss Mildred Durst. The group Lovvorn, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tip- .z.y ,

Mrs. Blanche Turner is spend- will spend the week-end at Braden- pey, Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, X
ing this week-end in High Springs ton Beach and will return to Clew- Mr. and Mis. W. L. Brantley, Mr. + Xy

with her ,sister, Mrs. Anthony iston Sunday evening. and Mrs. Clyde W. Stephens, Misses J
Simon. I Hazel and Lois Prince, Phoebe Peterson 'i'i'

Keathley Bowden, accompaniedby Elizabeth Huffaker, Beatrice ? Ike #

Mr. and Mrs. Van Bush and Mrs.F. W. L. Bellamy of Moore Haven Jacobs, Mildred Durst, Marianne I/ I

R. Maxwell of Miami were guestsof drove to Tampa Tuesday. Carr ,Jones, and Ed-Clark It

Mr. and Mrs. ,Glen Etherton Settle, who is recovering from an .. {r cool ao .
Tuesday and Wednesday. .operation performed several days SpicerBellMrs. : I- .

a ago in the Tampa Municipal Hos- y HpUDLY

Merrell Lowe arrived from Camp pital, returned with him to his t" Xy g,

Blanding to spend the week-end home in Moore Haven., L; 'L. Spicer today announces I -
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. the engagement and approaching :;: ,

L. Lowe. Mrs: W. Dean King returned marriage of her daughter, Betty y i-

'- Sunday from the Good Samaritan to Sandy Bell, Jr. No plans y ,,
Miss June Hooker returned Sun- Hospital in West Palm Beach where have been announced for the wed- :- '
.f ( on Page Ten) ;
day from a week's visit with her she underwent a major operationtwo ding 'which will be an event of .
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. : (
weeks previously." Mr. King late summer. : ;
f ::
J. Bradley; in West Palm Beach. drove over and brought his wife Miss Spicer is the elder daughterof :: I [C"tr.I ir"{ ;},

I I home, where she is recuperating Mrs. L. L. Spicer of Clewiston, .;. :,,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and rapidly. and Dr. J. H. Spicer, of Cumber- y i. ;i
children Agnes Ann and Philip, I land, Md. She is a graduate of .t. ,..J.i ;

are spending a few days at Fort I Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Vetter of the Clewiston High School in, the :i= There is a feeling of greater independence -

Myers Beach. Miami spent a few days in Clewis- Class of '34, and received her ..
:: when home-there is :
ton this week. Mr. Vetter is man- A. B. 'degree from Florida! State t one' owns a ?

Melvin Pape, who is employed ,on ager of radio station WIOD. They College in Tallahassee in 1939. .She :;: a greater family; security.' Build your :
the submarine base constructionat were accompanied on their visit member of Kappa Alpha Theta
is a :'
:;: home. Local architects contractors and
at Key 'West, spent a few days this by M. J. Kleinfeld of New: York fraternity and of Alpha Chi Alpha, ,

week at his, home here. City, principal stockholder in the an ,honorary fraternity whose mem- *_ lumber companies, will assist. Our low- :

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and heart corporation'Soap. manufacturing Sweet- bers tribution have in made college outstanding journalism. con-Sheis I .:;:.- cost loan plan will, enable you to pay for :

daughters, Miss Edythe Nell and clerk to the Hendry 'County selective :::: it like rent. :((
Sue, will return Sunday from a Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matteson will service board. I i ?
stay at Fort Lauderdale Beach. celebrate their fifty-sixth wedding Mr. Bell is the ,son 'of Mr. and v ??

anniversary today at their homein .Mrs. I. S. Bell of Clewiston. He I.i.y ..
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Palm, City. They have plannedno 1 I is a graduate of the Lake Worth .
Miss Margaret, Sue and Eleanor formal event but will spend the I High School In the Class of '35, .Y. ?
Von Mach left this week for Detroit day quietly at home. Mr. and Mrs. and moved with his parents later .t.f f
to visit relatives for a few Matteson are former Clewiston that year 'to Clewiston. He was Xy'

I weeks. They drove by Philadelphia residents and are the parents of for'several months manager; of +
where they will, be joined by Miss Laura Matteson and Mrs. Wells-Royal store,' and later became y QY 1

another daughter, Corinne, who is Elmer Montgpmery, both of Clew- I associated .. with the Clewiston X ':l.

i 'Visiting .Miss. Catherine Comiskey, iston. I j I Realty and Development Corporal }....."..............................-....;............:.:.:'..:......:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:-:-..:-:..:..:-:..':..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::..:.;


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1 THERE is central repose

I Lesson beyond the. motions of the I
worlds; that wide stillness-

that silence_of the soul, whichis
the house. Dean Pi' Moody Bible Institute .not desolate, but rich with
INSTALLMENT 2 grin. "Forget that's all.it"! Dry Camp'sspooky Jody was in the tallest of the four' (Released by Western of Newspaper Union.) unutterable harmonies." Mac-
THE STORY SO FAR: hispartner's foolish towers. From here you could: donald. "
I He hooked an arm through
Dusty King and Lew Gordon were ;Joint and went swaggering off. see the town, and the slim, glitter- How happy is lie born and taught
owners of the vast King.Gordon range which ing line of the railroad, connectingthese I Lesson for July 6 That serveth not another's will;
stretched from Texas to Montana. When Ten paces down the walk he
far plainsmen with a world : Whose armor is his honest thought
building this string of ranches, they continually turned and came back. I
up stopped, hungry for beef. And simple truth his utmost skill!
had to Qght'the unscrupulous Ben He leaned close to Roper. "If any- and
leetednandbcop d cbbytuInternational -Sir H. Wotton.
Thorpe.Thorpe rivaled King.Gordon In power kid-remem- Jody said matter-of-factly, "W&'vegot :
and wealth but he had gained his position thing should happen" to have more loading pens, Bill." Council permission.of Religious Education; used by Natural ability without education -
through wholesale cattle rustling and ber what Bill's face broke into a slow grin. has oftener raised man

gunplay. Their opposing Interests came to a' Abruptly he laid hard hands on ,dis- THE GOSPEL IS TAKEN INTO to glory than education without
showdown when the Government announcedthe CHAPTER m 0 natural ability.Cicero.A .
used sashes, and broke them open. EUROPE
land In
auctioning! of the Crying Wolf
; Bill Roper King's adopted son Into their little cubicle flowed the merry heart maketh a
That Lew Gordon had a daughterwas sweet air of the prairie cheerful countenance. Prov-
bad inspected this territory and found It to open sweep LESSON TEXT-Acts 16615.: -
contain an almost unbelievable wealth of not so surprising as that he had inspiriting with the fresh smell of GOLDEN TEXT-Come over into Macedonia erbs.
grass. Bidding went high at the auction, but only one. Single-minded, he clungall the new grass. and help us.-Acts 16:9.
King beat out Thorpe to gain control of the his life to the memory of the She said, "Tell me about your new
land. This was a heavy blow to Thorpe who wife he had lost when their first -
needed the pasture for his herds. child was born. job. America is coming to the fore in Other SkyscrapersWhile
eCIIAPTER Gordon now.She i "It isn't new. the thinking of a confused world as
Jody was twenty "They said that you'd be the new the final
hope of democracy and
HAn Lew Gordon no- New
didn't exactly run ; York has the tallest
boss of the Crying Wolf if we got
freedom. I
body did that. But it was fairly apparent -i Europe, or at buildings in the world, that city has
I it Jody said. least I
hour spent in the Wells Fargo that his"stubborn bid for supremacy most of Europe, represents in no monopoly of skyscrapers.. The
office with the deputy commissioner in western cattle was in- "I don't know as"I'm so much in- our thinking dictatorship, a totalitarian -I Terminal Tower building in Cleve-

filling out forms, signing papers, tended in her behalf, and without her terested as I was, he said. disregard for the personal' land has 52 stories and towers to

ended as Dusty King and Bill Roper would have been meaningless to "Why, Billy-not interested, the rights of man, including his freedomto a height of, 708 feet, which is onlya
stood with Lew Gordon on the boardwalk Crying Wolf-nearly five hundred worship God according to the dic- hundred feet less than the fa-

It was the first time the three him.Because Gordon hadn't wanted his square miles of feeder" land! What's tates of his own conscience.It mous Chrysler building in New

had had a word alone since the Cry- girl filtering around through the come over you? is therefore very appropriatethat York. Columbus has the American -

ing Wolf had passed into the handsof press of Ben Thorpe's ruffians at "I guess maybe I'm tired of rid- on this "Fourth of July" Sun- Insurance Union, which risesto

KingGordon."Well the auction, getting his own boys ing 'alone," Bill said. day, when patriotism has been much 555 feet. The Penobscot build-

," said''Dusty King, "we got into fights, Jody Gordon was wait- "Alone? With all the outfit you'll in our thoughts, that we remind our- ing in Detroit is of 47 floors, and
her." ing here for news of what had hap- have-I wouldn't call it alone." selves in the study of our Sunday its summit is 665 feet above street'

"Maybe," Gordon said, "this is pened to the Crying Wolf. Bill Roper "I would. Grass country is'lonely school lesson that the roots of Amer- level. The city hall in Philadelphia '

our chance. Maybe now we can get vaulted the foolish little picket country," he said now, "as lonelyas ican life, both cultural and religious, has a height of 535 feet.
the cow business on a sound basis, gate, scuffed the mud off his bootson the dry plains. You get to won- reach back into the European soil

here in the north, and have some the high front steps, and let him- dering what the everlasting cattle on which our forefathers dwelt.It .

order, and decent law." self in. He sent a Comanche war add up to, in the course of a life. was a crucial point in the his- MINOR BRUISESBURNSSKEETERBITESRUB
"You'll never get a 'sound basis' Then some night you know you don't tory of Christianity: ; yes, and of the cuTsr

until Ben Thorpe is bust," Dusty care what they add up to; and you world, when the gospel came to N ETRD

said. "What law enforcement we think, 'Damn fat beef!' Europe.I. .

got in the West is rotten through and "Why, Billy-why, Billy-" By Providential Hindrance (w. .:
through with office holders that 6-8).
"None of it means a damn, with- True
Thorpe owns. out ,you're there," he told her. Not only are "the steps of a good Freedom
"Some day," Gordon said slowly, "Working cattle doesn't mean any- man ordered by the Lord" (Ps. 37- There are two kinds of freedomthe

"Ben Thorpe has got to go." thing, because you'll always have 23)), but his stops as well. That is False, where one is free to

"Some day? Lew, we've got him all the cattle you need anyway; and not an easy lesson to learn. Let us do what he likes, and the True,
where' he
is free to do what he
beat! no long trail means anything, with- remember that we may be as muchin
to do.
King's exuberant mood of victory out you're at the end of it. I'm sick. the will of the Lord when all our ought -Charles Kingsley.Nervous .

was not to be dampened. "You want of long drive-trails, empty of you efforts are thwarted as when they
law and order?" he chortled. "We'll at the end." prosper.

show 'em law and order!" / There was a long, motionless silence Paul had set out on a second jour- Restless

"That puts me in mind," said Gordon I ; he kept his eyes on the far ney to carry out a follow-up cam-
.""A feller passed me this hereto sand hills as presently she leaned paign in the cities where he had

give to you." He handed Dusty f forward to look up into his face. already'preached.. This was a good G rls Cranky? Restless?

King a little twisted scrap of paper, 'You really mean it, don't you?" plan and had God's blessing (seev. irU Can't sleep? Tire
torn off the corner of somethingelse. Jody said. 5). But soon we find that word easily? Because of

Dusty untangled it, looked at: I tI i Jody's words came very faint, anda "forbidden" (v. 6) and then "suf functional disturbances distress of? Then monthly try
it a moment, showed it to the others. little breathless. fered not" (v. 7). The Holy Spirit Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
Five words were penciled on it in % pound.
1 "Why didn't you say so before?" began to close doors to the gospel
sprawling black letters: preacher. Now what? Shall he go Pinkham's Compound is famous
He looked at her then and shewasn't
in for relieving pain of irregularperlods
1 on determined self-will
? Or shall
1 and cranky nervousness due to such
laughing. In her was a
OUT eyes
IN GOD'S NAME LOOK -- -- -- ----
he become discouraged and embittered disturbances.One of the most effective -
But she broke away as he triedto new, grave light, such as he had in his soul? No, let him wait, medicines you can buy today
"Who's this from, Lew?" hold her. never seen; a warm light, a belo'vedlight for God is guiding him for this purpose-made especially,
by providential -
women. WORTH THY.INCHAnt's !
than sunset to for
Gordon's lips moved almost better a weary
hindrance which is to be
ringing through the house, soon
soundlessly. "Dry Camp Pierce." gobble day-rider who has worked leather
but Jody was already flying into the but
since before dawn. Timorously,
Roper knew that name, without .room. into his By Divine Guidance (vv. 9,
what of very willingly, she came Sermon
knowing lengths outlawry '
i "Did you get it? Did you get it?" arms; and he held her as if she were 10)).
had Pierce to Nothing preaches better than
brought. ,Dry The Spirit spoke to Paul in a"
where ,he was today. Rewards "All of.it! not only a very precious but a very vision, revealing the divine purpose'that the ant-and she ,says nothing.- "'"
Jody flung herself at him, and fragile thing. For a little while it Franklin.
backed by Ben Thorpe were on DryCamp's the gospel should into Benjamin
scalp over half the West; kissed him; so sweet, so vital, so seemed that one'trail, a trail longer Macedonia. The Spirit go leads over in .
completely feminine that he wantedto than the Long Trail itself, had come our
probably it was as much as his life day possibly not by visions but
was worth to show himself in Og- ; ,keep her close to him. But she to its end."Can't impelling inward FOR QUICK REUEPLtIJL

allala now. broke away again as he tried to believe," he said at last, .and checked prompting by the teach-complemented

"This note-" hold her"How his lips in her hair, "you're sure- of
ing Scripture and by providential
Dusty, King tossed it off with a much did it cost?" enough mine." circumstances, and thus a man may A Soothing SA LVE
"Oh-I is "Seventy cents-gold." "All yours-all, all! ANTISEPTICUsed
shrug. suppose Thorpe know what is the will of God for
getting drunk some place and spout- Jody's breath caught. "Can we They had one hour, there in the! for by thousands 40 years-six with effective satisfactory ingredi.ents. results .

ing off about what all he's going to come out on it?" prairie lookout tower, discoveringeach him.A word of caution is needed at this Get Carboil at drug stores or mail
do to me when he catches up." "Sure we can come out on it. Nota other, getting acquainted as ifi, point. Some earnest Christian peo- sac to Spurlock-Neal Co.,Nashvillc.TenD.

Dusty's teeth' showed in his infec- cent less would've turned the for the first time. The sun went ple go astray by projecting their own

tious grin. "I suppose Dry Camp trick. Dusty-" down in a gorgeous welter of color. desires and purposes into the place Appreciation J

thought I ought to know about it." Jody sat on a walnut table that Jody shivered a little. "I wish' where they seem to be the will of I complained of having no shoes

"He's right Dusty," Lew Gordon had come all the way from St. Louis, Dad and Dusty would come. Especially God, and thus do themselves and. -until I saw a man with no feet.-

said. "We do want to look out, all and swung her feet. The story Dusty." others, and Christianity itself, much Author, unknown.
of us, all the time." seemed to tickle her in more ways "Why?" harm. The three things should

"We always had to look out," than one. "I can just see you all," "He has so.many enemies. Someof agree-(1) the inner prompting of

Dusty scoffed. she said, "standing around makingan them are dangerous as diamond- the Spirit, (2) the teaching of God's

"It'll be the more so now. There impression on each'other." backs. It worries me when he's due Word, and (3)' God's hand in our 6000 .

isn't anything in the world Ben He turned from the window, and and doesn't get b 'ck." outward circumstances. 0RUGsrosts

Thorpe's people will stop at, Dusty." she was laughing at him as he had "Dusty'll take care of himself." in. Through a Faithful Witness

"Let 'em come on." hpught, her mouth smothered with Bill Roper chuckled, and held her (vv. ll-14a). LA1GEsom rylwdti

"We want to look out," Gordon her fingers. closer. The gospel came to Europe be- j

said again. "Come here a minute," he said, One half hour more cause Paul and his fellow workerswere

"If you feel that way about it," going toward her. Up from the town came a crazily faithful to their calling. When eww13Jt1114s

said Dusty, "what was the idea of She twisted from the edge of the ridden horse, splashing mud eaves- God led, they went to Macedonia leSsedRhi4

your working through that law we table, as if to, put it between them, high under the urge of spur and (vv. 11, 12), where they sought out t
can't wear guns in,town?"" but she was too late. His rope-hard quirt. those who were in the place of i RHEUMATISM

i Bill Roper said, "We could have fingers 'caught her wrist, and held "He'll lame his pony if he goes prayer (v. 13). Paul spoke to them LUMBAGO

brought it to an open shoot-out, five' her as easily a-s if he had dallieda down in that slick," Bill commented. about Christ (v. 14). There he met

years ago-ten years ago. Better if calf to the horn. "Now what do you supp-ose- the man of Macedonia who turned WNU-7 27-41

we had." "Listen," he begged her. "Lis- The rider tried to pull up in frontof out to be a woman. For some reason

Gordon shook his head. "Noth- tenHe" the house, and the frantic pony the men were absent from the placeof Easy FaultfindingIt

ing ever gets fixed up with guns." caught her up, clamped an swerved and slid, mouth wide opento prayer on that all-important is much easier to be critical

Dusty King pulled his hat, a little' arm behind her head, and kissed the sky. Its shoulder crashedthe bath morning. They were undoubt- than to be correct.-Beaconsfield.
her hard. Hard, and for a long edly the ancient counterpart of
more on one side so that he could fence, taking down a dozen feet
_ wink at Bill Roper unobserved. B.ut time. of pickets. The rider tumbled off, present day men who are "brothers-
So long as she was rigid in his in-law" to the church these foolish
he said, "He's partly right, Bill. Ben ran up the steps to hammer on the ,
Thorpe isn't just one man any more. arms, fighting him, he held her; door. men who seem to assume that a bit
Walk ''Lasham-Cleve Tanneranyone but when she stood limp, neither went clattering down the of "religion" second hand throughthe ;

of a dozen others could step into yielding nor resisting, his arms relaxed stairs Roper, pulled open the door. "Now wife or children will suffice.IV. Backache
and Jody tore herself free.
his shoes. It's a whole rotten or- Through ,a Receptive Heart
She lashed out at him like a little listen, you- May Warn of Disordered
has to be busted
ganization up. (vv. 14b-15).
"Bill-Dusty-Mr. KingheBill -
striking him the Kidney Action
mustang, across
"Ben" Thorpe downed, and they'll mouth. Her face was white I all that Roper froze, and there was along God sent an obedient messengerto Modem life with Its hurry and worry
quit, Bill Roper thought. quick irrepressible laughter moment of paralyzed silence. the place where He had a prepared Irregular habits Ijnproper eating and ,
"Ben down gone, drinking Its risk of exposure and infection "
Thorpe and it's only : it out man!" Roper shouted heart. Lydia was a woman workof
as for a moment she looked at him.A "Spit -throws heavy strain on the
begun, Dusty countered. "Get it trickle. of blood ran from BillRoper's : at him."Billhe's. of distinction, business ability, and the kidneys. They are apt eXleu.acid to become
out of your head that you can fix daid!" high moral character. But she overtaxed and fail to filter
lips, and made a crooked and other impurities from the Utrgivingblood.
anything up downing Ben Thorpe. mark on his chin. Then. she turned I "Who-who-" knew, and Paul knew, that even .
Not while this organization standsin daid! Bill good people need to be saved. We You may suffer nagging backache;
and fled. I "Dusty King's they headache dizziness, getting up night*,
one piece. Might be a good.adea When she was gone Bill Roper : gunned him they gunned him i. do well to keep that fact before us. leg pains swelling-feel constantlytired
for to remember that Bill all worn out. Other signs
you in stood still, sucking his cut lips. Aftera : down!" Paul spoke the truth of God, who of kidney nervous or bladder disorder: are sometimes
case anything" happens. little while he went to the win- I "Who did?" opened Lydia's heart. Observe that burning'scanty or too frequent

"Dusty, Bill said, "if ever they dow, instinctively turning to open '"Tain't known. Mr. Gordon's she not only received the ''Word of urination.Try Doon's P'H,. Doont help the
get you, by God, I'll get Ben Thorpeif space for his answers. there he-" God into her own heart, but at once kidneys to pas off harmful excess body
it's the" last- He could remember Jody Gordonas : Bill''Roper walked out past the gave herself to the task of passing waste.century They of public have approval.had more Are recommended *-

"No, said Dusty.."You hear me? a little tow-headed kid, before her I. cowboy stiffly, like a man gone I it on. From that day on'she did all by grateful.users everywhere
No. If they get me-you'll remem- hair had darkened into the elusive blind.' Without knowing what he did she could to prosper the gospel on its A,fc yourDOAN naghborl

ber what I said. You remember misty brown that it was now. Or asa he walked down to ,the gate, and way through Europe and to the endsof

you're fighting a thing, and a big colt-legged, girl with scratches on stood gripping the pickets with, his the earth. Have we done likewise SPILLS
one; not just one man." His face her shins from riding bare-legged two hands. ? -

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I I defendants' or either of them .so de- of SW4 Sec 17, Twp 43 Rge 28. complainant e::'"and .said suit is now and each
ceased; Charles A. Park, and- Cert. No. 21, dated 9-7-1936 NW' pending In the said court and you, it is all of you by default.
Park, his wife, If alive, and If they of NE'/i Sec 17, Twp 43 Rge 28. and each, and all of you, ,and all be published hereby ordered that this notice
I or either of them be dead, all parties Cert. No; 123. dated 8-1-1927 N'V'.4 parties claiming an Interest therein, consecutive once a week for four
claiming interests under said defendants except SEof N\V1,4 of NWand are hereby required to file with the News, weeks in the Clewiston
I or either of them so deceased exc SW& of NE4 of N\V1/4 Sec 18, Clerk of said Court your written appearance -I circulation a newspaper in, having general
The Florida State Drainage Twp 43 Rge 28. Hendry County Florida.
; (personally, or by attorney WITNESS
I Land Company, a corporation, and Cert. No. 65, dated 7-7-1930 NW& ,) in said suit on Monday, the 4th Court my hand and seal of said
The Scott Estate Co., a corporation of NE% & \Vlh of Wiof NE'A of day of August, A. D. 1941, being the Florida,atvLaB-elle' Hendry County,
I I I and to all persons having or claim- NE',4 and E' of E% of NE'4 of NE'/4 first Monday and Rule Day In said 1941. day of July, A. D.
Ing any interest in the following described Sec 18, Twp 43 Rge 28. month, and thereafter file with said
lands, situate In Hendry County Cert. No. 67, dated 7-7-1930 NE'y4 Clerk your written defenses, if any, (SEAL)
Florida, to-witi except NJh of NE'of NE% See 19, to the. bill of complaint in said suit WILLIAM T. HULL
All Section 5V% and NW>4 Twp 43 Rge 28. at the time prescribed by law, or a Clerk Circuit Court
',' of NE'4 and W'/4 -of SEV4 of NE'/i I Cert. No. 124, dated 8-1-1927 NW/4 Hendry County, Florida.
of decree will be entered against you July 4, 11, 18, 25.
and NWof SE% and SE',4 Section 19, Twp 43 Rge 28.
SE& of Section; All of Section I Cert. No. 33,. dated 6-6-1938 Gov
10; All Section 12; All Section 17; Lot 3 Sec 20, Twp 43 Rge 28.
S% of NE% and NW / of NE A I The assessment of the said property
>, and Wof NW'i' and \V'h of under the said certificates Issued was I
SE'/i and SE'4 of S7'/i and N% in the name of Myra Haefeker, E. I-
: : of NE& of SE',{ and SW;i and R. Moore, W. A. Latz G. Bostick.: :J;II
,i', NE& of Nn>4 of Section 21; All B. Maxwell Augusta M. Townsend, r
Section 29; S% and NWi and S% F. B. Savell, Unknown, E. D. Under- I i r1 -
of NE& and NE% of NE'/i of wood, R. E. Watson, Kenolina Realty,
Section 33, all In Township 46 Wm. P. Shaw. \ p
: J :, South, Range 34 East. Hendry Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
'.,.', County, Florida. according to law, the property Ay'r
: You and each of you are hereby described therein will be sold
; notified that a suit in Chancery has to the highest bidder at the court
I been brought against you in the Cir- house door on the first' :Monday in
cuit Court for Hendry County, Florida the month of August, 1941 which is
; by Ray C. Hull for the purposeof I the 4th day of August, 1941.

: I foreclosing tax liens purchased by Dated this 4th day of. 11y-_ 11. "
from the State of FlorIda ... -,.,, .
complainant ;; : ': If : : :
(SEAT ) i '. :, :' :
; I and Hendry County under the provisions -- .=:t ,,':.Ii'iL',. 'WJLLIAM' T. HULL,
I of Chapter 18,296, Acts of the Clerk Circuit Court of
Legislature of Florida 1937, and to Florida
Hendry County,
have subordinated the right, title, interest -
July 4, 11, 18, 25.
and claim which you, and eachof ;,Ir
; you, have, or claim in said lands
and every parcel thereof to the lien

of the complainant, and the right of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
: the' complainant to enforce the same FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA -
by. foreclosure and sale and to have I .

: the said lands sold under a decreeof .. .. q ,
the said court to satisfy and dis- + y.
charge the tax liens which have accrued Ttlll to Foreclose' Tax LJengRAY 5 VILWWY.fAvnL,t' ,
thereon and which are held by C. Hull,
I complainant, and said suit is now Complainant, .
: pending in the said court and you, vs., ( i II IIII
; and each, and all of you, and all par- T. J. CHAMPION et al., X6t e in b
ties claiming'an interest therein, are Defendants.
hereby required to file with the Clerkof ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTHE
said Court your written appear- STATE OF FLORIDA:
: ance (personally, or by attorney), in To the defendants herein; Mary Lee AIRCONDITIONED
said suit on Monday, the 4th day of Carroll, clo Brune, Parker, Carey &
August, A. D. 1941, being the first Gans, Baltimore, Maryland; Robert .'
Monday and Rule Day; in said month Pierce, Topeka, Kansas; C. P. Campbell,
and thereafter file with the said Owosso Michigan; D. O. Wood, 307
Clerk your written defenses; 'if any, Osage Street, Manhattan, Kansas; E.
to the bill of complaint in said suit B. Rehm, 353 W. 29th Street Chicago, gom11
at the time prescribed by law, or a Illinois; Alfred A. Furness, 938 N.
decree will be entered against you Lawler Avenue. Chicago, Illinois;
and each and all of you by default. Charles A. Bartels, 4746 Virginia Avenue \s
It is hereby ordered that this noticebe Chicago, Illinois; Richard F.
r"I; published once a week for four Hinman, Chicago, Illinois; ,Joseph Dependable Service
consecutive weeks In the Clewiston Kammer, 1630 Coventry RD, Cleve-
News, a newspaper having general land, Ohio; F.'R. Korns, DesuMoincs! : ;"
Low Fares
circulation In Hendry County, Flor- Iowa; Florence Leste L roper, 2546
: Broadway, JXr'jutjuer Iowa; Millard F.
; ida.WITNESS my hand and seal of said Bannister, East Des Moines Iowa;

Court at LaBelle, Hendry. County, M. P. Sorber, Wilkinsburg, Pennsyl- Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
Bodine El Reno, Okla-
vania N. M. ,
Florida, this 2nd day; of July, ,A. D. ;
1941. homa; Albert F. Regal, Taconite, Minnesota and the North.
(SEAL._- "? ; J. S. Gadd, Alurena, Kansas;
; ;:' WILLIAM T. HULL, Sopia Becker, Chicago, Illinois; Carl Northbound -
s'" Clerk Circuit Court Anderson, Honolulu, T. H. Ola Anderson -
i' Hendry County Florida. Honolulu T. H.j C. L. Heren, Lv. CANAL POINT . 4.55AM 1:25 PM .

I July 4, 11, 18, 25. Custer, Montana; I.. E. Day, Medora, Ar.TAMPA . 10:10AM 6:55 PM Costs Less than Driving
Illinois; Benj. Gill. Colorado Springs, Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM .
; : Colorado; G. R. Hawkins Danville Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM One RoundAr.
Illinois; E. Crawford, Council Bluff, JACKSONVILLE 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Iowa; Anson Wheeler, and Euphemla Ar. TALLAHASSEE I. 4:45 PM 12:59 AM MIAMI $ 1.65 $ 300
; DIED A. Wheeler, Battle Creek, Michigan; Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25: ,PM I 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE : 4:70: 8:50:
(Senate nil No. 163), Daniel B. Dodge, Chicago Illinois; '
Elvira Princess Avery, Galesburg, Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
Illinois; Francis :McQuillen, 7305 Ylni Ar.JACKSONVILLE, . 3:45 AM 9:15-AM LAKELAND '2.35 4.25
i ceinnes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
Paul O'Bannon holder of tax certificates DIRECT ;
listed below, has filed same In I ; Thos. F. Edmonds, 1903 15th AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
office and has made applicationfor
my Street, N.W. Washington, D. C.; Benj.F. fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA" 8.40 15.15
be issued thereon.
tax deed
Said a certificates embrace the follow- Chynoweth, Houghton, Michigan; MACON .. 7.25 13.05
in J. Ed Tyler, The Matton No. 5, H W, Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
described the Countyof
Hendry, State of Florida to-wit: N.W., Washington, D, C.; Fred R. Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
Cert No.5, dated 8-1-1926: EU of Clark, Birmingham, Alabama. Ar..MIAMI . 8:50: PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
You and each of hereby '
SW% of NE'i Sec 5, Twp 43 Rge 28. you are CHICAGO 17.90 32. 5
suit In has
notified that Chancery
Cert. No. 88,. dated 8-1-1927 SW a Returning NEW,YORK 15.85 28.55
: of SEU Sec 5, Twp 43 Rge 28. been brought against you in the Cir- Lv. MIAMI . -. 10:00 AM 2:00 AM
Cert. No. 49, dated 7-7-1930 S'of cuit Court for Hendry CountyFlor; Ar.; CANAL POINT 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
ida by Ray C. Hull for the purposeof
NE% of NW% and N'of SE',4 of
foreclosing tax liens purchased by
: NW& Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28.
Cert. No. 25, dated 9-5-1932 NW'.4 complainant from the State of Florida DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
: and Hendry County under the
of NWU Sec .6, Twp 43 Rge 28. pro-
visions of Chapter 18,296, Acts of the
r Cert. No. 14, dated 9-4-1933- S% of
: I NWi2 Legislature of Florida 1937, and to
SE?i of of NW'4 and Eof
title interest
have subordinated the right, -
SW# Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28. sEF bp
and claim which and each
Cert. No. 93,- dated 8-1-1927 NW% you
of have, claim In the follow-
you; or
Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. lands ..
Cert. No. 50, dated 9-5-1932 SE& ing :
; Sec 7. Twp 43, Rge 28. All Section &; \Viand' N'V'of
; : Cert. No.9. dated 8-5-1935 Sof NEU and W% of SEof NEU
N'Etf Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. and NWU of SE?i and SE'4 of
i Cert. No. 10, dated 9-7-1936 SE}i SEof Section 9; All Section 10; z eJ h'rP n irr z t
:i: :: of NW& and D' of SW& Sec 8, Twp All Section 12: All Section 17; S% 8
; ; 43 Rge 28. of NE'4 and NWU of NEU and l
Cert. No. 25, dated 6-6-1938 Wof WJ f of NWU and W% of SE'.i I Ia
;; ;; W% Sec 8, Twp 43 Rge 28. and SEi of SEi and Nth of
Cert. No. 11, dated 8-5-1935 Beg NE' of SE'/i and SW& and NEU
:: :: KW Cor NE%-SW'S 40 rods, E 40 of NEli of Section 21; All Sec-
; rods NE to NE Corner NE-SWy tion 29; S' and NW'4 and S% :
W 80 rods to beg Sec 9, Twp 43 ,Rge of NE& and NE4 of NEof QI
:: :: Section 33 all in Township 46
; 28.Cert.. No. 147, dated 1905 S' oftfEU South Range 34' East, Hendry
:: :: of SE4 except'a strip of 5 acres County Florida.
z : off North side and except 3 acres in by foreclosure and sale and to have
Corner, also a strip 264 ft wide the said lands 'sold under a decree of
:: :i: off N side SEi4-SEi,4 Sec 17, Twp 43 the said court to satisfY'and discharge -
: : Rge 28.Cert. the tax liens which have accrued -
No. 63, dated 7-7-1930 SWJ,4 thereon and which are held by

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