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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 11, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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t VOLUME lo--A7UMBEIl 31 <- CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY 11', 1941 SUBSCRIPTION:=2.00 PER YEAR
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,. NEW SPILLWAY WILLRECONSTRUCTED Story-Hour,' GroupMaking TRAINING FIELD IS''Fourth of July 'LIST I IS GIVEN OF


Scrap BookThe l Quietly In

: AT VIRTUALLY ASSURED I: SELECTIVE SERVICE


children in the PreSchoolAge I Clewiston passed a

SAINT LUCIE CANAL. Story Hour group' are beginninga ON CLEWISTON SITE of July as the majority REGISTRANTS HERE

scrap-book, in which they place i I II zens spent the day

each week :an illustration of the. (other localities. The

:Local Engineers Increase, story they have. had. I Riddle Training SchooI'I Lauderdale ticularly Fort Beach flyers, ; I Hendry County Signs

Personnel to Handle Wednesday the children enjoyedthe For British crowd from Clewiston. 1 Up 38 Men in SecondRegistration
story of ,George Washington and I I
tended the rodeo at ;
:the cherry tree. Their stories now Planned Here little picnic
Survey Work ,- I : i iI. enjoyed .
include Thumbelina, the Billy-

I Goats Gruff, and the Three Bears. I Although. no-official I trips mained in at the home.woods, and I A total of 38 white and' colored

Additional construction the, Attending Wednesday were Linda ment has been made in ,vashington'l All business places, residents of Hendry County who
Lake Okeechobee project is plan /Lee, Heather Guthrie, Agnes Ann _
I it appears virtually taurants and some of I have reached the age of 21 /since
for the future by the i;Hackett, Marjorie Brown, Eddie
near
ned civil contract flying school will be stations were closed for the first registration for selective
War under whose supervision Musgrave and ,Ronald Hare, Mrs. I
Department
established by the J. P. Riddle Corporation The sugar corporation service were registered in Hendry
the U. .S. Army engineers. A. L. Hackett, story-teller, and I'I on a site eight miles west also had the following County on Tuesday of last week. ,
work. Advance notice has been guests Mrs. G. H. Brown, Anne
of Clewiston., The school will be the corporation Order numbers will be assigned
given to prospective bidders that Prewitt and Warren Brown. operated under contract to the Brti- until Monday these men in the second national

the St. Lucie Locks spillway will ish government for the training of lottery to be held in 'WashingtonJuly

be advertised for construction. for British students. 17.Following.

thirty days beginning July 15th. Is a list of these new
RED CROSS MAKES The site chosen is four sections PAYMENTS
The bids will be opened on August selectees, together with their serial
I of land lying to 'the south of and
15th, 'and'as soon as the routineof numbers, places 'of resident and
awarding the contract can be I. adjacent to the highway. The race:
NEW SHIPMENT OFREFUGEMLOTHING+ northwest corner of the tract is SUGAR
carried out, actual 'work will be- I S-1 Tom Mercer, Felda, W.; S-2
gin. Money has already teen allotted I located where the new bridge has Joseph Mack Leiter, Clewiston, W.;

for the construction of this been built across the canal to the CONTROL P R O S-3 Edgar Stratton, Clewiston, C.;

project, according to A. R. Broad- highway. I S-4 Lonnie Hamilton Taylor, La-

foot, engineer in charge. of the Early in May Paul Riddle of the j I ,I Belle, W.; S-5 Arthur' Lee Lewis,

Clewiston' office. Two large ,boxes, packed with Embry-Riddle aviation school in I The department of Clewiston, C.; S-6 Wilton Glenn

A total of $350,000 has been Red Arcadia, together with Major Strana- Washington this week Andrews, Clewiston, W.; S-7 Elbert
made available by the Congress for garments for the, Cross, are I han of the Army ,Air Corps inspected i I payments of $47,111,000 Bryant Hingson, Clewiston, W.;
and leaving Clewiston today, destined j the site, and spent a day in
'. the maintenance, operation r I producers in the S-8 Carl Edwin Malmberg, LaBelle,
.: \. care of the Okeechobee project for ,.for Britain where they will be distributed -' Clewiston in order to have a clear Puerto Rico and Hawaii W.; S-9 Jay Wakeman Clark, Clew-

! the_ fiscal year, beginning July to those in need. The understanding of local conditions.The ticipated in the sugar iston, W.; S-10 James Harley Cook,

.; 1941, and ending 'June 30 1942. .1"1 garments have 'been made by local i plan is for the school to be I gram. Payments were LaBelle, W.; S-ll Leanord Vaughn,
similar in type and construction to
LaBelle, C. S-12 Vernon Cross, La-
Airport Assistant Here \ 1 receipts of an excise ;
:volunteer workers under the supervision -
: that recently completed at Carlstrom
Belle, W.; S-13 Vernon Harroll
, The Clewiston office is handling of Mrs. F. Deane Duff, pro- cents per hundred ;
, Field, Arcadia, where the first
Gillis, LaBelle, W.
i all preliminary survey work on' duction chairman. 'The two boxes :sugar consumed in this
of British cadets
group are now:
S-14 Robert Jackson, Clewiston
: j airport sites .over the district for weigh approximately: 250 poundsand completing their preliminary training I T.he; control program ,
C. S-15 Curtis Hobeson ,
; Edwards
: i the Civil Aeronautics Authority.. will be wrapped and prep'aredfor course. to assure all producing

To, facilitate' this additional ,work. shipment. by W. W. Perry, who CAA Also Interested Here equitable share of the Clewiston, C.; ,S-16 Schnider Jack
Ridgdill, LaBelle, W. S-l7 DanielHugh'
;
in the Clewiston office Associate volunteered to assist with this work. markets at prices fair 'to
i' The Civil Aeronautics Authorityis
Carlisle, Clewiston, W. S-l8
;
Engineer W. :W Sullivan has l been Mrs. Duff stated that the gar- also interested in the establish- ducers and cons mers. ;
Oscar Tolbert, Clewiston, C.; S-19
market is divided
, transferred from the Washington ments were exceptionally wellmadeand ,
ment of a local airport of grea"tlyincreased
Oris Leycester Burkett, Clewiston,
district, to serve as assistant to A. each looked as though it had size and equipment, and ducing areas by a quota
W.; S-20 James Woodrow Bledsoe,
R. Broadfoot on airport surveys and been produced by a professional.Since Commenting on the large
has listed Clewiston for and
survey Clewiston, W.; S-21 Levi Whitehead,
the said "It
construction. Construction supervisor the Chapter Red Cross labelis department
possible improvement
work duringthe Clewiston, C.; S-22 Jimmie Lee
W. C. Nail continues as Mr. sewed into each, .garment, Clew- fiscal year just beginning. The tant to note" that the
Hines, Clewiston, W.; S-23 HomerWhidden
t. 'Broadfoot's assistant on work per- iston can well be pleased with this City of Clewiston is cooperating companies principally in
Felda, W. S-24 Willie
;
taining to the Okeechobee project. i group of refugee 'garments. of Florida, Louisiana,
j with the CAA in'securing the desired
-
Clewiston 'Cha'rlesHenry
lo-1'' Puerto Rico, provided Polk;, C.; S-25
,Another new engineer in the Included in the' shipment are 20 local sponsorship for the field. Murray, LaBelle, W. .
cal office is Assistant rjam'eg'T. complete, layettes, composed of '26 for' thousands of Johnnie
i S-26 Lee Woodard, lewlS't -
Conway who has been reassigned articles 'each; '12 women's dresses,' ers. n :7?;,{ S-2 Quinov Bnsterr.Vloi+d-'
: ;
rr
to Melbourne airport proj- The largest 'pam"e" (
16 children's dresses, S .'beanies ;
ard Clewiston VanBurenLee
C.-"S-2S
ect. Construction supervisor, E.. New Laws went to a Puerto ,Rican V : '
(knitted caps), 16 children's' sweaters Explained > Clewiston, C.J:; S-29 Nathanel:
J. Vent, ,who was formerly employed Luce and
8 women's'sweaters, 4 men'ssweaters pany C.
Hunter; Clewiston, ; S-30 Tommy
under the Clewiston office but 17 pairs men's socks and By Local LegislatorBy United States Sugar C rp' Elton, Clewiston, C.'; S-31 Archie
recently has been in North and. ceived $470,007.
12 mufflers, each 72 inches long. Pelham Fortson,' Felda, W.; S-32
South Carolina, was recalled to the Many new volunteers have offEr- Elbert L. Stewart, Florida payments were A. .
j'I John Harold Ballard, Clewiston, W.;
local office and re-assigned as resi' las, Fellsmere, $13,306; f
I ed their services in making the next Representative Hendry County S-33 Roy W. Hughes, Clewiston,
dent engineer on the' Vero Beach and Clewiston's largest quota of Leonard, Fellsmere: $ W.; S-34 Samuel Vernon Guthrie,
r
airport project. Inspector ,on this Tiedtke, $12,727.Fishing .
I garments, and many others are HENDRY WILL AGAIN SIIARE IN Clewiston, W.; S-35 Tolbert Thompson -
same project will be G. O. Wallace waiting .,only for material to arrive. GASOLINE REVENUE Clewiston, C.; 8..36 Clifford
inspector, now in O e.echobee.A The material is due day and .
,
any Leroy Smith, Clewiston, C.:;. S-37
survey party, working under!when it arrives the work room' will Hendry County should profit to John Henry Taylor, Clewiston, C.;

Frank Cothern out of the Clewis be open regularly. the extent of approximately five Says Clewis S-38 Charles Cleveland Hull, Clew-

ton office, has just completed its Eleven volunteer pins have been I iston, W.Florida.
million dollars by the enactment of
survey on the Vero Beach airport I given out and several other work- I
and were re-assigned to the Fort ers have nearly reached the 100- new gasoline laws passed during Erl Roman, the Miami '

Myers airport project for special I i hour mark in their services to the the 1941 session of the Florida leg- 'fishing editor and the Progresses

survey work.: I Red Cross production work. I islature. The new laws provide rl[few books along that In Cattle Raising
week-end in Clewiston to
Those who assisted with the mak- I that Hendry County shall again ''
locale of of
some
Miss Edith WinnEntertains ing of the boxes now being shipped I participate in gasoline revenue under stories he has heard Jacksonville, July 10-Florida

i are: Mesdames Beardsley, Big:;, the status of the 1931 credit Okeechobee anglers. nearly doubled its cattle production

Kiwaniansl Bishop, Blount, Charles Bolton, K. system, plus road designations since His report of his trip in during the 10 yearns ending with

Bowden, Bradnack, Carlton,. Conk- the 1931 law was enacted. ald is interesting. 1940, it is revealed in federal

t' -------- ling,. Cornette, Crawford, Crochet, Our. credits under the old law "Well very, at least we have census reports received here today

The Kiwanis Club was entertained -'I Dilley, Doty, Duff, Ezelle, Gratton expired in June of 1939, the legis- done it, which is rather an by the Florida State Chamber of

with a number of selections on George, Hackett, Hall, Hirsch' In- lature meeting in that year revisedthe way of announcing that cat-tle

the piano-accordion by Miss Edith I gram, Carl Johnson, O. A. Jones. laws to re-admit Hendry. I visiting the Lake

Winn of Tampa, at its Richard ,Knight, Lanier, Lott', Miller am sure you will remember that country for' the first time had jumped to 721,015 by 1940,

''Wednesday evening at the'' Clewis- Mills, Morrison, Mueller, Mum- the bill met the fatal veto pen of moons. We have been an increase of 48 per cent. No

ton Inn. Miss Edith who is of ford, McIntyre, McLendon, B. E. Governor Cone, an action which of promising and threatening other .state in the union made

.. high school age, is very talented Nail, C. E. Nail, Walker Nall, Nib- course deprived our county of this trip for some time strides comparable to this figure

and her music brings much plea- lack,' Nowling, Oliphant, Owen, RuthOwens benefits from gasoline revenue for finally got around to it. South Carolina increased her cattle
, sure to those who hear her. She Malley Palmer, Patterson, I production but 10 per cent, Geor-
the past two years.
we have made It, we
\ accompanies her father, Hall Winn, Paul, Perry, M. M. Prewitt, Rack- The J941 act allocated two cents missed it for anything; I gia 16, Alabama 23, Mississippi 26,

,i: salesman for Bentley-Gray Dry straw, Robbins, W. J. Robison, per gallon of revenue to the various. smiling, green country and North Carolina 13. Louisiana,

Goods Company, on 'occasional trips ''I Springer, O. F. Thompson, Tippey, counties of the state, the divisionis soil and prosperous with 41, was second to Florida.

?, to Clewiston.At Turk, Ward, 'Wheeless, Jimmy Wil- based on road mileage, countyarea and best of all, a 'great. Florida's cattle rank in the South

a directors meeting Wednes- son, R. C. Wilson, Carlisle, Durst, and population. According to full of fighting black states is third; In' the nation -

day night C. A. Martinez was con- Wiandt and Misses Ardis Bol- the statement prepared by the state "We didn't ,go fishing I thirtieth. It should be borne
ton, Evelyn ,Hare, Elizabeth'Huff- !' mind, reports the state cham-
firmed
as a new member of the road department will apportion approximately There was too much to
aker, Shirley Hunter, Virginia one hundred thousand serve. But we have statistical division, that. owing
club.A. Lawhon, Ruth Marshall, Beth Nail, I peculiar local conditions the
to County
O. Ward, Kiwanis president, dollars per year Hendry [arrangements for a fine
Frances Morgan, Hazel Prince, Marketing Bureau's estimate
made a detailed and very Interest over a period of fifty years. The (Continued on Page
Evelyn Burhans and members of I probably more reliable. The bu-
to liquidate
ing report last meeting of the county will be required
the Junior Red that better than 1-
Cross reckons'
Barbara
I
Kiwanis International convention. from this fund each year the cur-
Broadfoot, Marianne Jones, Betty which in 200,000 head of, cattle are present
vHe stated that the Florida district I rent road' bonds maturing Baseball Game
McDuffie and state and that Florida la
'Mauryne Prewitt. the ,
;. was well in the top bracket of clubs the case of our county will range
in front" in the number
.- in rating of actual work accomplished ,from fifty-seven thousand in 1942, I out
Out Here Last
"' last year, as well as in attendance Five ,Colored Men Are thirty-one thousand in 1943 and on range cattle, perhaps being en-
to eleventh'place in the na-
at the convention. I down to as low as fifteen thousandup

. .,f The local club was Invited to Inducted Into ServiceFive to and including 1955. After The baseball game in this category. mislead us,"
"Statistics need not
!\ join in an inter-city luncheon meet- I bond maturities are paid each year hokee and Clewiston, executive
ing in Miami Thursday, and the balance to the credit of each being played on the Harold Colee,
Jerry re-I
: I of the state chambpr_
Wilcox stated that he would attend.Florida's colored selectees' have county will become what is termedby Sunday afternoon, was 'president
,f ,' ,. ceived instructions to report to the the act as a surplus and will be Jupiter Pluvius. In we are pleased with the-
ia ,
k Hendry County selective service subject to the following disposi- inning with Clewiston progress the cattle industry
State Exhibit at At- Flor-
board on July 15th. They will be I tion: 80 percent of any and all 4-3 score but with the in Florida. Rapidly ,
lantic City is drawing large crowds the most important
j. inducted into service at Camp surplus fund of the various coun- of Clewiston men, the is becoming
", I and during the summer season is state In the South Atlantic,,
r .;, Blanding. ties shall be deposited with the showers became a
; expected to, attract no less than is
the state producing
Yet
,
:
The men are Herbert Pittman, state road department to be used heavy that the game was ;
:' two and a half million visitors. half the beef she con-,
i than
= Joe Long, Thomas Rockmoore, Ray- by the department in the counties ed. Roberts and Clark
i (" mond Wood and Leo Coachman. which are entitled to such credit Clewiston battery and M. i Therefore, as a certain
>.i'; Death and taxes ARE certain for the. construction or reconstruction and S., Spooner the crop cattle is tops In Flqr-s
., your Tax Assessor is That's fine condition, af
;., """: as important Save the embarrassment of see- of any state road. Such money a
ti...' ;:' as your doctor.-maybe more so, ing your name in tax delinquent cannot. be used by the department tery.The Clewiston team us 'great money-making op-
TODAY 1i '
-see IIi. him now. list-see your Tax Collector today. (Continued on Page 5) Glade in Belle Glade ,





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I r. Camera Falsehoods I. {( Gems of Thought


tl IMPORTANT
principles may

Probably nothing tJIOZJ must be flexible .
Why should
than there not be a pa-,
is untrue
more
tient confidence in the ultimate
EN the statement that T SCtJEEN-S justice of the people?-Abraham -
the camera cannot Lincoln.When .
I lie. Actually the By VIRGINIA VALE
(Released by JVesterolfcwspapcr UnIon) right, you can afford to 0
Washington, D. C. camera can be made a keep your ,temper. When
*
MORE ON 'HESS-MESS' to say anything the r?[ R" T ESTfNG'S 'under way at wrong,' you can't afford to'lose

Following the outbreak of the photographer wantsit Paramount for "For Whom it.-Frank E. Polk.

Nazi-Russian war, European capi- to say providedhe the Bell Tolls"; Charles Laughton // Hide labor'little
are our gains
tals buzzed with reports of a German is skilful enough. Akim Tamiroff and Oscar Man's fortunes are according to :hit

offer to Britain to make peace, Various devices are Homolka have been consideredfor pains. -Ilerrick.
then turn their united forces against !
Soviet Russia. These reports were used, such as the J14th the role of "Pablo," but the To judge human nature rightly -

not empty rumors; they were abso- wide angle lens mir burning question is-who'll play a man may sometimes have

lutely true. rors, and double or "Maria"? It calls for beauty, a very small experience, provided
Behind them is a story of the most multiple exposures. he has a very large heart.
in- but even more for the ability to -Bulwer-Lytton.
Nazi
audacious and astounding This series of photosis I
trigue of the war to date. Its open- composed of cam- act.We I
ing scene was the sensational Hess era lies, most of hear that' Paulette Goddard
"flight" to Britain; its closing para- heads the list of the girls to be
graph the "surprise" Nazi declara- which are quite con- tested; seems as if it would be a GET THIS

tion of war on their ally, Red Russia. vincing. superb piece of miscasting if she
The inner details of this brain- got the part. Ingrid Berman's. our

reeling plot are not yet unraveledand Right: Dorothy F4, n r. choice-and the author's..
all of them won't leak out until Edwards, queen of --r.--' BIBlE fREE!

the history books are written. But the rose parade in Ginger Rogers has signed for three!

authorities have pieced it togetherand Pasadena, Calif., be- years more with.RKO; _she's been
it is now possible to get the main real there for eightyears. For over 70 years, grate
comes a fairy She did "Fly- ful users have preferredWintersmith'aTonic
outlines.Hatred of Communists. queen in this impressive ing Down to Rio" for

Following the victorious Balkan trick ,shot. then, and her danc- Malaria. WewantYOUto
try Winteremith'stherefore
-
made r with Fred ,
campaign which Germany ing
offer
you this
master of Europe, powerful military- ., ,ry Astaire in that little ''complete 761-page a '

Nazi elements, always hating the ::4: ? n} h x? : number made them ''Holy Bible FREE, if
Communists; began urging peace r.'y our leading dance I :you'll send us two

with Britain in exchange for a Brit- s % :vY4v4ar /. a team in pictures; small Wintersmithcarton
tops( 1 large
ish-German coalition against Rus- She wisely insisted carton top or). Just

sia. After a bitter struggle inside : ..% y':4yt. at last, on acting as mail to Wintersmith
the Nazi party, Hitler sided with well and worked up Chemical Co., Inc.,
the anti-Red group and the wheels / to "Kitty Foyle," 650 Hill Street

were set in motion to line up the Ginger Rogers which she didn't LouisvtlleKentucky.H .

British.It want to do, we hear,
was realized that they would but which proved to be, her greatest .
have to be approached in such a success. She's just finishing "Tom,

manner that they could not doubt Dick and Harry" now, and they say

the authenticity of the Nazi plan. So around the lot that it's a worthy r r
_
Hess was chosen for this mission. successor to "Kitty Foyle."

Not only was he the one man in iLA. :. os ::

Germany closest to Hitler, but he Orson Welles isn't making any-
was also known for his hatred of J announcements about his second Day by Day

Communism. And before the war : :, r4 picture for RKO Radio-he kept Let us be thankful that life
he had had contacts with the British mum about "Citizen Kane" too, remember comes to us in little bits-one day

nobility.So and executives were pretty at a time with its duties. We can
Hess, not flying alone, but accompanied 4 startled when they found out, too at least accomplish that much.-

by several guiding late, what it was all about and it Colonel de Burgh.
planes; and not taking off from cen-
looked as if they might have troubleif
... o J
tral Germany as reported, but from --- they released it. Instead of a
) Norway," made his dramatic descent "You've got me in the palm of your hand says the little lady in the trouble-maker, they had one of the WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER

A on the estate of the Scotch duke of picture at the left. A mere matter of focus. Right: Max Baer shows a best pictures of all time on their ATI Of

-, Hamilton. migty "right." The picture! was made with an,extra wide angle lens. hands! Welles has admitted that fJOSEPHQSPIRIHPaying
-- Hess' Message. he will write, produce and direct this

-7 .... The message brought by Hess in new picture, and will star in it.
/ substance was as follows: ,,
.h Debt

.../ enter(1) a Britain coalition and as Germany the chief would part- w : ; *: \ Joseph ,Pasternack, who guided There are but two ways of paYIing
r Deanna Durbin through her debt increase of industry inraising
success- -
riers,in a nevi Axis (2) Italy would
;
ful screen career, has signed a con- income, increase of thrift)
be 'placated with some minor pos-
sessions of France, which would be \ tract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; it inlaying out.-Carlyle.
\ ) 'looks if he might do for Kathryn
as
stripped of its empire; (3) Germany :\ %
Grayson what he did for Deanna.
would retain a free hand on the

whole of the continent, with Britain '" BNDDGIESTION.

helping_to establish that free hand : Wi. ,r{ Hollywood just didn't give a may affect the Heart
by joining Germany in conquering ,' .ii4'% whoop about Victor Mature until ha Ou tripped In the stomach or gullet may act like a
W 3'3'i v a.:% ,'. y,, \ .r.. tiilr-trlggcr on the heart. At the lint lien of dimes
Russia. made a highly press- smart men and women depend on Bell-aru Tablet to
act caa free. No laxatlr but made of the faitcst-
The British government's answer ,,Ly v \ agented appearancein artlnc medlclnea known for acid Indention. If the
to incarcerate Hess and imme- t a 3, R ''rLsa the New York FIRST DOSE doesn't prove Bell-ana better return. ,
was
44. diately notify Washington and Mos- ';t's' stage success,
cow of the plan. "Lady in the Dark."
The subsequent chain of events is He doesn't act muchin i!. Good InstinctA
history. Darlan and Laval were the play, just good man, through,obscurest I
among the first to get wind of the looks tall, dark and aspirations has still an instinct of I

scheme, and rushed to Hitler of- handsome. Now it's the one true way.-Goethe.

fering complete "collaboration." announced that two

This drew withering denunciationsfrom 3s \ k---' motion picture com- ts
President Roosevelt' and Sec- \ panies want him; ;MIDDILE.AGIEWOMEN
retary of State Hull. fj. one. Twentieth Cen-
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Britain, which for months had -Foxhasbought
been trying to make up its mindto s t,1 half his contract Victor Mature [;s: 1

attack in Syria, launched an of- from Hal Roach and r
fensive with Free French forces to 4Qik34 Ss _g will feature him in two pictures a HEED THIS ADVICE !

seize this strategically vital region. year. The first will be "Bowery: Thousands of women
Then June 15 British with Alice are helped to go smilingthrudistresspecul-
on intelligencegot Nightingale, co-starring 1
wind of quiet German withdrawals Faye. 4 iar to women caused
] of air and other forces from Two-Way Wind: ,w h :' by with this Lydia period E.In Pink-life-

French bases. This was why the There is a touch of the Old timers among the movie fans ham's Vegetable Cornpoundfamous -

British took the initiative in their surrealistic about this o s fI will remember Raymond Hatton; over A.60 years.Plnkham's Compoundmade for
continuous day and night bombing probably they'll also declare that especially for women-has
Francisco'sGolden
raids wreaking havoc on key Ger- view of San "The Whispering Chorus," in whichhe helped thousands to relieve suchweak this
Gate. The wind nervous feelings due to
man centers. starred for De Mille, was one functional disturbance. Try Itt
Russia Fearful. appears to be blowing 11a of the best pictures ever made.
Fearful of attack and anxious to the yachts one way and Well, Hatton is working for his old

appease in all directions, Moscow the suspension bridge boss again in "Reap the Wild WNU 7 28-41.':;
abandoned its stiff-necked coolnessto tower another. This is : a Wind."

Japan and hurriedly signed a a matter of angles and --r.--'" Tension and Ease a
pact in order to ensure at least tem- double W. S. Van Dyke, the ace director, Straining breaks the bow, and
porary tranquillity on its eastern exposure., has been on active duty with the relaxation relieves the mind.-

border. Simultaneously Stalin aban- Right: This chair is marine corps for the past year.,Now Syrus.

doned his traditional behind-the- not hanging from the he'sreturned to the Metro lot. And

scenes role and actively ,assumedthe Chair and sitter what do you suppose his first assign-
ceiling.
reins as premier of Russia. a tJ' ment will be? "The Female of'the of'Today's Doan Pills popularity after))
Russia began massing 160 divisionson were lodged on a Species"-a long cry from the many years of world.
its western borders.It big sheet of plate glass Marines! wide use, surely must
1 evidence
be accepted as
was at this time that Ambassador beneath which the lens- --7 .I of satisfactory use.

2 John Winant returned to the man did his work. Did you happen to hear "Man on (And opinion favorable supports public that

i U. S. A. at the request of Prime the Street" on the "Manhattan at of the able physicians
Minister Churchill in order to give who test the value oi
Midnight" radio show about a month Dean's under exacting
President Roosevelt a complete fill- ago? Within 24 hours after the laboratory conditions.
in and to deliver categoric assurances motion These physicians, too approve every wordof
Baseball five
on sketch was presented advertising you read, the objective of
I from Churchill that Britain the BrainAnd, : picture studios were after it. Para- which is only to recommend Bonn's Pillsas
: will never make peace with Hitler. a good diuretic, treatment for disorderof
what else would mount won out; Bing Crosby and the kidney function and for: relief of
{i Note-The British government was Mary Martin will co-star. They've the pain and worry it causes.If .
so sure Hitler would attack Russia you expect a "Birth of the Blues more people were aware of how the
,
baseball just completed kidneys must constantly remove wasto
that Churchill was able to prepare playerto with Carolyn Lee and Brian Don- that cannot stay in the blood without injury }
and deliver his history radio address have? This is to health there would be better un-
i only 18 hours after Hitler invaded the levy. derstanding why the whole body suffers
a pitcher of ;;- when kidneys lap, and diuretic medication
Russia. New 'York Yankees People who've heard Bob Hope\, would be more often employed.
Burning, scanty or too frequent urination -
winding up 'rave on the radio about Madeleine sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
CAPITAL CHAFF witha Carroll have decided that he must function. You may suffer nagging back
for a toss
ache,. persistent headache attacks of dizziness :
is in
Sentiment several
increasing
"ghost ball"apparently know her well enough to get auto- getting up nights, swelling puffiness .
states for a "Federal Union of Na- graphed pictures of the blonde star under the eyes-feel weak, nervous,
tions." The North Carolina legisla- materializing all played out.
11 for them. She's on' location in the Use Doan's Pills. It Is better to rely on
ture has memorialized congress to on West Indies, so they've been pestering a medicine that has won world-wide acclaim -
undertake an international federal his skull. This He than on something less favorably
him for the photographs. known. Ask your neighbor
union now, and Representative is a simple cast<< doesn't mind; he just got a lot of her

Woodring of Pennsylvania is propos ry I of double expo pictures, autographed them with his o
: ing the same to the- Pennsylvanij sure. own name and hd them mailed.
legislature.


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When frying don't put in the To improve the flavor of stewed "
article to be fried until the fat is "
I II I prunes, cook a slice of lemon and :'
I IWNUServle. still and a faint smoke ,is seen a cinnamon stick with them. A -'',

I'I ;was"- ,_ rising from the pan. speck of salt added to any 'fruit -1
Memos of a Girl Friday: sauce helps bring out the flavor. ::1''
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Dear Mr. W.: Billy Rose offered Add about a third of a cup of .t':

the editors of the Commy Daily cooked crisp bacon to the regu- Window screens may be washed ,,
I : Y Worker a job in his Diamond Horse- lar muffin batter. This addition with a hose. ',J
I shoe revue. Billy considers ,theirflipflops makes delicious muffin.
i a ,': backflips and somersaultsthe ,
When
eggs are to be
most comical in the world poached or
When polishing hardwood floors otherwise served whole, it is ad- ', ,
Tip the to the.next
I i newspapers see be careful not to use too much visable to break, each one separately :4i
edition of
The Hour-amazing rev-
elations activities- of Ukrainiansin wax. Put on too thick, it is hardto into a small dish or saucer : :.:
polish. Let the wax'remain on before putting it in the cooking ,
the U. S. readying sabotage, etc., the floor for 24 hours and it will utensil. Such a procedure keeps ,;)
I campaigns. A Nazi trick because
new be much easier to polish then. the yolks and whites intact. .
Germans and Italians are no

,longer in good standing over here .-
\ and Ukrainians wouldn't be "sus

pected.' .


.4 The German Military Attache in IIF; 7ncto ; f

4a FS a A t Y3:<;/, y Washington is supposed to have told r1a .
Washington reporters July 27 is the

2 \ SA Jv f'' f'Yj timetable date for the Nazi war ma-
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; chine to take over the Ukraine.
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'
Pearson and Allen are furious
j13 Pattern 2797 contains a transfer patternof "
: ;4i with ex-Cong. J. J. O'Connor of N.Y. a 15 by 20 inch hanging; Illustrations''
i i : They claim to have a certified'copy of stitches; color chart; materials re '

: CRISP, COOL SUMMER SALADS of a letter from O'Connor (part of quired. Send your order to:

I (See Recipes Below.) the Kansas court record) in which
the I Ic ','
ex-congressman recently wroteU. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. ,
I AT HOME TO, SUMMER S. Judge Richard Hopkins of Kan- 82 Eighth Ave. New'York ;
THIS WEEK'S MENUAn
sas. Alleging that two out of threeU. Enclose 15 cents In coins for Pat
'
I In a recent poll, 37 per cent of the Guest S. appeals court judges in N.Y. tern No...........
Luncheon
: thousands of homemakers receiving Impromptu
Clear Tomato were with him in the Congressman Name ............................... '
Soup
questionnaires expressed a desire to libel action the
be experts at salad making 43 Cheese Drop Biscuits colyumists.Sweeney Pleading sure against victoryin Address .............................:

per cent wanted to know how to 0range Prune Cheese Salad N. Y., O'Connor asked Judge Hop- /

make food look glamorous. Spice Squares With kins to postpone any decision in

,This report ,gave me an idea. Whipped Cream Kansas, but Hopkins promptly dismissed Isle of Martinique

Salads, besides being healthful Tea all of Sweeney's suits against

:: and givers of, vim, vigor and vitality Recipe Included 10 'Kansas newspapers. Hurray for Yv Martinique, West Indies posses-

I offer a splen- 0 him. sion of France, is an island 385

; did opportunity oi l square miles in area'with a quar-

i i ,for variety I Sweet French Dressing. On Labor Day, 1939 (after the Com- ter of,a,million inhabitants-or. an

they can be used % cup lemon juice mies and Nazzies got married) average of about 650 persons to

,) I as the appetizer % cup salad oil you reported this: Charlie of,Place the square mile. Much of the in-

I : 'or, "starter"course % cup red jelly or honey Elegante says vodka (Russian) and terior is devoid of human life be-

E the main f'v' 1 teaspoon salt Rhine wine (German) is poisonous '. cause it cannot be cultivated,

,,I 'dish, a dessert, 1 teaspoon paprika when mixed! In other wordswe while more than
i or they may accompany the dinner Shake or blend well before serv- scooped Mr. Hitler by two years total number of inhabitants live

i course. ing. Makes 1% cups. Lemon juice -Your Girl Friday. in and around the capital and port

So, besides giving you timely tipson gives this dressing just the [flavor Fort de France.

the art of salad making, I'm go- needed to make the orange, prune Underground Ticker Tape: Martinique is situated between

I ing to explain literally dozens of ,and cheese combination the perfect Puerto Rico and Trinidad in the
ways in which you creators of daily salad. The,most illustrative undergroundstory curving island chain that sepa-

: menus can give "oomph" to your circulated in Germany is about rates the Atlantic ocean from the
I dishes. the time Goering visited the direc- '
\ tasty Keeping cool during summer 'Caribbean-just 1,260 miles from'
:''J I months is a problem, solved most ,tor of an important munitions plant the ,Panama canal.

I The characteristics of a good salad successfully by eating properly and asked him if there were still

are simple and fairly easy to accomplish Plenty of the protective foods, suchas any Social Democrats, Catholic Cen- 12797

j ; namely it should, be well eggs, milk, fruits and vegetablesall trists or ,members of the other out-
: chilled before serving; have an at- excellent salad materialS- lawed parties among his workers .

tractive arrangement, and a pleas- should be eaten. "Well," said the director, EASY stitchery-a little time-
ing color combination. "about: 40 per cent of the workersin this appealing panel is

i Salads in summer are as important When the skywardand my factory are Social Democrats, ready to be hung up-a brightenerfor OoiqZO

as swimming or tennis or golf. appetites mercury are on the soars wane, noth- about 30 per cent Catholic Centrists, any room. p F 01E ERS
They give an opportunity to add and about 30 per cent are still mem- SACK
ing tastes quite so good as a chilled,
color and gaiety to the table. molded mixture of fresh vegetablesor bers of the other outlawed parties"

Your choice of will de- "Forty per cent, 30 per cent, and
ingredients fruits, placed on a bed of crisp "
I, pend upon what, you' have planned greens and garnished with a tart, 30 per cent? bellowed Goering. ::1 Signal CodeThe I
" for your main course and dessert, taste-teasing dressing. "That makes 100 per cent! Aren'tany Swift Growth
I i provided your salad is to be a side of your workers Nazis?" Report, that which no evil thingof
dish or an appetizer. Lime Cucumber Salad. "Oh, of course," was the reply, International Code of Signals any kind is more swift, in-
,' 1 package lime gelatin "they are all Nazis!" adopted by all nations for creases with travel and gains
I 'r I salads.There are many varieties of fruit 1% cups hot water ;marine communication in 1934, strength by its progress.-Vergil.,
They excellent them-
selves are by 2 tablespoons vinegar During the early days of the Nazi luses 40 flags, 26 alphabetical, 10
or as an accompaniment to
a
% teaspoon salt [numeral, 3 substitute flags and an
main course of sea food or meat anda 2 occupation of Paris, whenever Ger- **** STAR HIT FORPENETRD
onion
pastry or cake dessert. teaspoons scraped man officers entered a cafe, the 'answering pennant, says Colliers.
Dash
paprika French patrons would promptly get Although no more than four or
Good to eat. wonderful to look at 1
tablespoon chopped pimiento Slq
up and walk out. This so infuriatedthe five flags are usually hoisted at a I
and substantial is this salad of or- 1 cucumber, diced I R E
conquerors that they issued an time, at least 375,000 messages .
slices
and
stuffed with
ange prunes, Dissolve gelatin in hot water, then edict forbidding Frenchmen to leavea may be transmitted with them, all
cottage cheese. (See picture at
of column.) top add vinegar, salt, scraped onion and cafe for at least 15 minutes after being visible through glasses, in First Be PreparedDo

dash of paprika. Chill until begin- the entrance of a German officer clear weather, for a distance of not fly until your wings are :
'Orange Prune Cheese Salad. ning to thicken, then fold in chopped After that, whenever a German five miles. feathered. '
On a bed of lettuce circle 10 to pimiento and diced cucumber. Chill officer entered a cafe, the French-

12 orange slices. At the side arrange :. until firm: and serve, on salad greens men present would reach into their
3 cooked prunes which have with a garnish of mayonnaise. pockets and pull out' small alarm

been stuffed with cottage cheese. clocks, which they set and placed on
With a sharp knife peel oranges, removing If bake at home use
all Since it's open season on salads, the table. At the end of 15 minutes, you ,
outer skin and inner
the alarms would off all the
homemakers who like variety will go over
membrane down to juicy meat. Cut ,
be place and the Frenchmen would
interested in ,
in thin, even slices. California or- rush for the doors!
several of
% types
anges, which are firm-meated and \ F
; fFi f, salad dressings.
practically seedless, are excellent to
,,\',t, r Here are two In Holland, on Prince Bernhard'a

use.Serve with a sweet french dressing which will do birthday, all loyal Dutch citizens T FLEISCHMANN'Saooa

made with lemon juice. With much to bring out wore a white carnation, the prince's

a hot bread and beverage, this salad the full flavor of favorite, flower, as a symbol of de-
fY makes a well-balanced home or b your tasty .con- fiance to the Nazis. Angered by this *

party luncheon. coctions. display of "insolence" on the partof

Thick French Dressing. the conquered people, the,.Nazis
fffls
1 cup salad oil went around tearing the carnations kM
I\ LYNN SAYS: % cup vinegar from the coats of passersby, A in VIl4

,- Don't be timid---about putting 1 teaspoon mustard short while later, Dutch sailors It\\ll qtr
1 tablespoon sugar made their appearance on the
your own personality into your 3 teaspoons paprika streets and in cafes with carnations
salads. Here
are some
sugges- 1 teaspoon gelatin prominently displayed on their
t tions which may help you become
chests. The Nazis soon desisted
famous for your salads Mix dry ingredients; add oil and
Beat from tearing them off The car- The Household
Try: vinegar. thoroughly. Put the
nations by the sailors
worn con-
gelatin in 1 tablespoon cold
water
Fluting bananas by running the and dissolve in 2 tained ingeniously. concealed razor
prongs of a fork lengthwise downa tablespoons ,boil- blades. Favorite of FourGenerations :
peeled banana, then slicing it ing water. Cool; add dressing. Beat
crosswise. thoroughly about 15 minutes and allow !
to stand until a good emulsionis '. In Holland, one of the big problems
Adding chopped, broken or formed. Use fruit juice instead of in the underground warfare
whole walnut
kernels
to fruit, the is how to find
vinegar for fruit salad. Use more against conquerors
:"')\ vegetable and meat salads. paprika if a darker red is desired. out who can be trusted. One couple

Using fruit juices to thin may- Egg Dressing. solved it in this manner: ,A few
onnaise and to mix with french minutes before two o'clock every
dressing. % teaspoon paprika afternoon, the wife shouted, to her ADVERTISING

Adding a fruit gelatin, sliced or %Vi teaspoon teaspoon celery salt husband, who was working in the ,

cut into glistening cubes, to a 5 tablespoons pepper garden, "Come in, dear. It's almost -
fruit, salad. vinegar two o'clock." Two o'clock be- IIII
1 yolk
Brightening the edges of lettuce %egg teaspoon mustard ing the time for a London news HAVE YOU anything around the house you

I leaves by dipping them in pap- 1 teaspoon broadcast, their next-door neighbors like to trade or sell? Try a classi-
sugar
rika, or adding chopped parsleyto % cup salad oil reported them to the Gestapo fied ad. The ,cost is only a few cents and thereare
the edges of pineapple slices. 1 teaspoon salt The Gestapo didn't arrest the couple, probably a lot of folks looking for just what

Adding a little lemon juice or Mix ingredients and shake well. however that, because they didn't they were own a able radio to ever it is you no longer have use for c c c
vinegar to sweet cream for sal- Add beaten prove
egg yolk when ready to
But. their neighbors had swal-
ad dressing-makes a quick sub- Half lemon
serve. juice and vine
lowed the bait and unmasked them Results
stitute for sour cream. gar may be used. Classified Ads Get
selves as Nazi stool-pigeons.
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY ,11, 1941
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The Clewiston News I army bombers dropped 'down on the If you DON'T want your name in I r NOTICE;
Clewiston field all the kids and nota
the paper' with other tax delinquents Notice is hereby 'given that the following described lands or much
so
few grown-ups took to cars; bicycles thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
Friday in Clewiston, or just afoot for a close-up -see your Tax Collector today. opposite to the same together with the costs of such sale and advertising
Published
will be
every
Florida, by the CLEWISTON' NEWS view at the big' planes. The pilots Pa.twelve at public;o'clock auction noon on at the the fourth City day Hall of of August the City, A.of D.Clewiston 1941, beginning -

Tnc. were instructors In advanced flyingat FloMd ,,
NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF BUDGET R. T. PATTERSON,
school had just
the Montgomery
;
AND MEETING FOR ,im- Tax Collector City of ,Clewiston.
KEATHI.'EY': BOWDEN Editor turned out one crop of pilots and POSE OF HEARING OBJECTIONSAND :

r had a few days before 'the next COMPLAINTS.TO .J'; ,
/ Amount of
Entered as second class mail matter group entered., They were spendingit DESCRIPTION LG OWNER: Taxu and
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: OF LAND ,'!
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In in a cross-country hop to West Pursuant to Section 3-A of Senate Est :'' a .,' i Coat "
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of ,.......i. ..
.
Palm Beach and return. They Bill No. 835 relating to Everglades .
:March 3, 1897.Snbrcriptloa Drainage District passed by the Legislature :Lot,12, Block 22J; :q..." ,'tj ,:.. ,John Irwin ,.._,.__ ____$4.10
spent the 'night at the ,Inn and of the State of Florida at its Lot 13. Block 22i" I' John Irwin _? _
went on their way next morning 11941 session the Board'ot Commis-, I Lot 31, Block 26 E. B. Northrup- _. -.-:...-...-.=-x.,5,06 3.15
Rate $.OO Per, Year.Adrrrtialng I sloners of Everglades Drainage District Lot 8, Block 139 C. E. Miner _.__._..,.., ._-.__,_.,..,,_ 5.05
Lot 19,
has caused to be prepared a Block 13 ,
? Mildred Wheeler ______ ..
(Kate On ,Aplll catJo.. COMMITTED MEETS TO MAKE I budget showing the dobt service requirements I Lot 10, Block 14tnj, :1'H".J I' 'Mrs. Anna Tabel _-_ 4.10 n
GARDEN CLUB PLANS of the District during the Lot 27, Block,'178 :t:4C? IJJr'' W. C. J. Hermann _____-_. 4.10
I year beginning on the let day of next :Lot 29, Block 176; \ W J. Costello 4.10,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare j November and ending on the 31st :Lot 30, Block 116" LCI.h.. j' (? James F Costello _',.- ..:.:.._ tl0'I : '
of Clewiston and Hendry County. I A call meeting of the executive. day of the succeeding October, and I Lots 2, 3, Block 202 Herbert M Turner .._--.,__.:..___ 7.90
I I I II I the same has been placed on file in Lot 19. Block 358 .. W. C. J. Hermann ________ 4.10
of the Clewiston Garden Lot 25 -
committee the office of the Secretary of the ; Block 358 3
I ---- --- Edith A. Becker _____ 9.80 !
Club was held at the home of District at Room 809 Blscayne Build Lot 16, Block./is: 61 rrt .1'f;: '. ':: J. C. O'Neal __________ 6.00
MEAXSER I Mrs. O. A. Jones, president Thursday I' ing, Miami Florida, where the same Lot Lots 26. 27,, Block Jl 418? ;s,; r,..a Mabel Francis __?_.,....___ 4.10
may be examined; and this is to 8. Block 495 : J. W __ __ 980
FLORIDA PRESS,\SS CIAT10NAnOliALEDlTORlALASSOCWlON!\ '\ evening. Plans for the coming notify you that said Board will meet O<',l .ftt nEs'" .1:, Daughtry + '

V V\) I year were discussed. The general !I I A.at said D. 1941 place, at on 10:00 the 21st o'clock day of in July.the .............." *..*... ........l'........"...,........ ... . .
w\ i4i topic for the club's program '''will forenoon of said day (being not less ;y: '.J X". :.X.: : : : :.: : : : : : : :.: ;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:... .dL.t+=":.

Horticulture." II than' fifteen days from the date of :: ',.. .. s ,
be "Landscape the first publication hereof) for the : f
When those above 15 years of The committee is drafting the purpose of hearing objections and f I
complaints with respect to said bud-
age signed up in the recent civilian year-book for the coming year so I get.BOARD X
registration for defense Vero Beach the books may be ready for the OF COMMISSIONERS OF I
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT
had four hundred more registrantsover first meeting in September. I. f t I'\
By :MARK R. TENNANT
the age of 15 than the entire Attending the meeting were Mrs. (SEAL) Chairman. .t t

population according to the federal O. A. Jones, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, I Attest: K. M.Assistant THROOP,Secretary. .:'. ,)- .is

census. That's showing 'em up Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. A. L. July 4-11. .y '
1
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Vero 'Beach.- Hackett, Mrs. ,E. L. Stewart Mrs. X:
W. C. Owen and Mrs. K. Bowden. 1

Referring to the newspaper reports I 4' ,

which both Germans and BAPTIST SOCIETY HOLDS I it S 4'f, .

Russians have given out on the BUSINESS MEETING AT CHURCHMrs. I
I
tremendous numbers of the enemy Good FarmLand :: ::

killed in the Russian campaign, the Arch Hodges presided at .::. ,, AO:-- .:
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CIS SHE
f i' "' BASED D
Fort Myers News-Press ,came out the business and program meetingof t \ OH FACT :x.s .?

with the ,headline: "Deadly linotype the Woman's Missionary' Societyat' .. ,.\, :?
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slays millions! !" the First Baptist Church Tues .. .'l
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day afternoon. The meeting was 1: & ':'

The CAA has its eye on Clewis-,I opened with song and prayer. A tor Rent .:::: : ::s:

ton as a site for a larger and .improved program given by the Mary Ellen ,I .z.:

airport. Such a field wouldbe Dozier Circle was in charge of Mrs.A. .}. (Explanation on Page Eight) ;+;

a permanent asset to the city. R. Broadfoot in the absence of '':.' .'
,. ". .:
the chairman, Mrs. M. C. Doke. ........ ca-'irr. .- ...
1 : '
t Mrs. H. C. Meador led the devotional ,:

::":":":":":":-:":-:":":":":":": :":-:': :":":":":":": service and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff y
y
y
Mrs. V. C. Woodward and Mrs. H.I, '( .?.

RAMBLINGS L. Davis assisted on the program. TrespassersWill :: Multiply the amount you pay each *
Reports of committees were givenat
By B. B. the business meeting and an Be ::!_:: month for rent by 20 years-then con- ::k:

announcement made that the Palm :_: '
sider what a fine house you could build *;

.:-:..:":":":":-:":":":":":-:-:":":":-:":+:":":",":' Lake Associational meeting will be ProsecutedCleviston :;: with that
I held in West Palm Beach on July I :: or.buy sum Let us, show you, :_::

It sort of brings the war closer 17th at the First Baptist Church.: I :!: the way to home ownership through our :!:

dome to read the news these days. Attending the meeting Tuesday I .. loan
: plan. _
We mean not only the occupation In addition to those taking part, :;

Sf Iceland, and the events of nat- were Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. Dan .

ional importance, but such personal I Allen Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. O. v'i' .. .;.

things as "the engagement and A. Clark, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs.E. .

approaching marriage of Miss Violet E. Kelly, Mrs. H. A. Land, Mrs.L. Realty And I yt ,

Ann Ferris, daughter of Colonel C. Miller, Mrs. W. F. Nail, Mrs. I y

and Mrs. A. J<-' Ferris, of High W. J. .Robison' Mrs. M: C. Vowell) J I I

"Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, Eng- and Mrs. Clayton Waters. \ DevelopmentCorporation, s a 'f

land, to Kenneth'Chaffin of Fort vy

Slyers.:" Kenneth whom we know Payments Made y

only: by having seen his name in y

the papers, is ,the son of Mr. and I -', .1 i I 1 y y

'Irs. E. K. Chaffin who have a service (Continued from Page 1) I ...N.N..N..M'..N..N..N.N..N..N..N..N..N.N.N..N..N..H.H.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 N N

station store and small farmon Erwin White, enforcement officer -- .

the San Carlos road to Fort !for the game and fresh water com **.:..x i i.iiNN>*x N:N x.:..x-.x..xvvv ..:...:NNN: H:N :..:N:..:N:NNM:.:N:.:..:..:---t.--t
mission. this be ............................. ... ......................:NN H...NN N......:.............:N..:NN NN..:..:..:...................N--N.....NNN.........c
Myers Beach. You pass it each I Naturally will more .*... ?
time you go to the' beach. He a trip of inspection than fishing. ......::. ... :::"f..f. ..

graduated from high school in Fort After all, we'r. more curious to XX: .f'.z".:.
Myers and learned flying at the I know just how an enforcement officer ..X...X.X -- '\ ... :
J '; ?
Lee County airport. For'six I operates in his territory, than :.'..'. '., ,' ::t r:
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months now, he has been ferrying I we are' to catch fish although we >'; < ENJOY AN ;j :

lanes to England for. the RAF. 'hope to have an opportunity to : : "

t. Another Fort Myers; boy, who is cast a plug now and then in the !fif : l *!!*!

doing Ansley, the who came same from thing the is ground Whit, Hof I better the spots trip will along be the in. Lake way., Okee-Part >"I, ;: : .: ALL I ELECTRIC! I IIAX j

; up- in the News-Pi: ess office,'and left i jchobee and part in the Kissimmee ::: .: )' '.) ; ;) :!:::

a job as' circulation manager to fly River. .. '
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planes for Britain. He became interested "Saturday night' we spent at the V::: ;., :

\ in flying while making the Clewiston Inn, which we ,believe, .#

;,.. oute delivering News-Press' each is operated by the United' States :: : t

morning by plane to residents of Sugar Corporatiop. It is beauti- :::::: AV 1

Captiva and Useppa Island. fully situated, of excellent architecture s, =

I and ,construction and best .;: ,x. -

Like two, kids at a circus were qf all, a 'pleasant place to stay. We ..;LA Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that i

t.> boo and Emma Jane Ezelle at the. i were dining particularly terrace and pleased the with cocktail the !::!:' takes care of' both the work and the pleasures of the ::::
Arcadia Rodeo the Fourth. "En j
on Xx!!
route to visit Doc's folks at Grace-: 'lounge. In the latter they have girl :;8 f::: home ,and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ..._.
barmaids, both of whom ; '.
are as
\ ville, they stopped off for the cow- I and : .
and .j j : economically. .z.
boy show. Those who saw them pleasant smiling as the hotel ,
'J and the : n
surrounding countryside. ]
were unable to decide
;. braving more fun or eating which more was I "Bill Johnson's Fishing, Camp fs I .j j jj ;:::. One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or 'igive *

'hotdOgs.t. i j about the most fortunately located J. .:. (.z.

/.'', I of any camp we've ever visited in :i :: your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :_.:_:

,r--.' Dreams do come true, sometimes. I just south a Florida.few blocks It is,from in Clewiston the busi-, :._;t:::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is !::_:: k

,
. For
a couple of Addie Mills
.-. has saved a picture,years of her dream I nessdistrict and a like distance .;::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you, use. :::::
. : I from the lock '
big gates leading into :. :
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." kitchen. One of those maga- I : I XX

, ;': zine-advertisement things that fill I we Lake met Saturday Okeechobee.for 'the Bill first, whom time, :j i:::::: That is why: it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I :AX_:::

: very housewife's soul with long- is just about the most agreeable :;: that is all electric and modern.
' YngA few weeks ago she took the I :_: I
' chap we've ever had the pleasure of : :
S-' picture to Mr. Tippey and now she ; _
> I knowing. He has a nice lot of :_ '_
Can throw the magazine All '.'
away. I boats--eveiything from a small skiff .:''.:' .
she has to do is open the door 'and ..:.. !!
to i
cruiser-and
a. large stands well ::
'look, for the kitchen is' now in her in, this community as a very. good ...::t ;: :
ELECTRICITY
Twn home, complete to every detail bass '' IS YOUR CHEAPEST
fishing, guide :..... SERV'f"f'
: i : even the gaily striped curtainst ( ,
the windows. I I. "We. say he is fortunately located .:.., :.

w 1f \ because he is just a hop, skip :!:,.:. ii
That I' and a' jump from the Clewiston .i'::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. AA
fire alarm in the
wee small I Inn,. and it is seldom indeed that :::
hours the other
morning which
was one finds good bass fishing conveniences .i' I_
f'-'' supposed to be Barney's service and a thoroughly modern :::,,_: .

station was probably the result of 'and reasonably priced hotel in such ;'i'i}.' I : ki
is that new gigantic orange-colored ::.. ,,
close proximity. In fact we have : I 1
GULF neon atop* the* building. travelled considerably in these United ::: I: 44.,

States and this is the first time .:.,, n
'Two army pilots from Montgomery we have ever noted a good hoteli::

'- Alabama gave us a thrill Tuesday within shouting distance of a fine .;. E

Headed for West Palm Beach fishing camp. Bill, who is of the ::: Glades Power and light Co

from Montgomery they ran into type who never gets excited takes .. If

one of those summer squalls when this apparent oddity as a matter of :::

the rain falls in sheets. Being just course, never 'mentioning it in his :;.
a little uncertain what constitutes conversation." ::.f. II

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I FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1941 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE: PIVK
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Miss Edith Winn of :Tampa ac- Mrs. Z. H. Shelley of Cuthbert, I:MRS. :MINER IS HOSTESS TO citizens of the state at the next

companied her father, Hall Winn, Ga., is spending ,a few weeks here BRIDGE CLUBS WEDNESDAY general election which' would amend

on a business trip to Clewiston this :with her son, Emmett Shelley.. She the, construction 'providing that for

r---Personals ] week. '. will leave, this week-end for Miami Mrs. C. E. Miner was hostess to the next fifty years the gasoline

to visit Sir. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley'I members' of her bridge clubs Wednesday division and distribution be based '

R. L. Coker, who has been ill for for a few days. i evening' at the home of on the 1941 law.

several weeks, Is in the Martin ,her mother, Mrs. Josephine
Mr. and A.. O. Ward Mr. Knight:1 I think that citizen of
every
Mrs.
visitor First prize was won, by
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens was a County Hospital at Stuart, for treat- .I I
and Mrs. Olin Waters and son, Hendry County should
in Miami Thursday. ment. I phine Knight, second by Mrs. C. E'I interest him-

-:--- Jimmy, of Clewiston and Mr and Johnson and third by, Miss self and ,see .that, the amendment
I Mrs. 'Judson W. Francis and I Marshall. I
Mr and Mrs.: B. Every are spend- J. E. Beardsley was in Miami Point receives a ; favorable vote :at our

ing this, week In Sebring. .... 'I yesterday on ,business_ ,. connected,I week-end daughters, at of Canal Fort' Beach.spent; 'the :I. ,Mrs. Miner served lemon chiffon next general election: -'
I with the Everglades Drainage'' Die=; Myers pie ,with an Iced 'drink! to Mrs. G. ,

'' the weekend H. Small, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs.
Broadfoot
A. R. spent trict. : Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff haveas '
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on a business trip to Jackson E't their guest Miss Harriet Hoff- Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. ;Earl Smith, ,
Mrs. C. J. Nielsen,. Mrs. F. E. Coilk- Dr. Walter
ville. and F. Purdon
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Curry son, I I malot_ Casselton North Dakota.' I
ling, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. R. H.
Gail, of'Jacksonville, spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs.. Wenzloff, Mr. and ,
Fort I Knight, Mrs. Johnson, Miss Mar- Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon
R. E. Kurtz of Myers wasa
and Mr J.
Mr.
here as guests of ; Mrs. A. O. Oliver and Miss Holl- -
business visitor here the first of .' ; o-n shall and Mrs. Josephine Knight. Office, Hopkins BUildingCI ,
Ezelle.
W. :man spent the week-end a

the week. I I _______ s.E.'f. i ing trip to Pine Island.. fiSh-I I iston
I MRS. NOWLING WINS FIRST Daily except. Sunday and
Miss Ruth Knight left the tfirstof !

Miss Marcia Avant left today the week for Key West, 'wl}ere I Mrs.: Mary Matthews, who visit- PRIZE AT BRIDGE CLUB Thursday'

for a two.weeks' vacation In New she has ,accepted a stenographic position ed her sister, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Evening hours, Monday, Tuesday. ,
Mrs. Blanche Turner entertainedher Friday, Saturday.
York. at the navy base, .. ; ;' fora few weeks has returned to her I
., .
.: ... bridge club Wednesday even-
home in Fort Pierce. Her daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Walter Jenkins and :ing. A set of glasses and ash trays )
:; Mr. and Mrs. I Helen, remained to spend the i[
and son, Ronald, spent the weekendat was awarded as first prize to Mrs.
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sons, of Fort Myers Beach are summer with the Oglesbys.LoweFullwood I
Fort Myers Beach. t' R. C. Nowling, and a Fostoria flower -
spending a few' daysifcer e/"wlthMr.: I I Johnson's Fish Camp
bowl as second prize to Mrs.
and Mrs.. Roy Alston ?\ .1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight spent : I I Harry Turner. Mrs. A. A. Munroe (dear Hurricane late)
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the holiday week-end at Fort Mr. and Mrs.. A<, Wf\Lawjence; t lot I i Madison, was given a guest re CI \Vlstoll. Fla.
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Myers Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Z'.;'G., (eredith, and Private Merrell Lowe, of Camp I membrance.Mrs. .. ,l Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Mr. and Mrs. J.: F. Tippep spentthe Blanding, Florida, and Miss Inez I I -. Turner served frozen pine- ,I Rates ReasonableW.

Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and Fourth .in Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. Fullwood, of West Palm Beach, apple salad and iced tea to Mrs. H. Johnson, Mgr.

baby, Bonnie Fay, were holiday Nowling, Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs. I
were married in a quiet ceremony J .,
I'I visitors at Fort Myers Beach. Sidney LCrochet ; and performed in the presence of rela Munroe, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. R. J. I I-

I : I II daughter, Sharon.',.v hive returned tives and friends Thursday, July Lee, Mrs. R. 'M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. B. CLEWISTON

I Earl Mooneyhan of Lake Worth from visit In ,Iowa;. Nebraska and1Ijlinois. 3rd. Rev. F. F. O'Bannon, pastorof J. Schroeder} Mrs. R./C. Wilson and .
spent Sunday visiting! the M. M. I } ''* the First Methodist Church of Miss Mae Palmer. :TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
I
Prewitt family at Fort Myers Beach.
I Lake Worth, officiated at the cere- Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

Mr. and Mrs. E.:' C. Mills, Gene mony, which occurred ,in the par- New Laws= I I '
Johnson is visiting hisgrandparents Efficient
Jimmy Prompt, Service
I and Bub Mill the weekendin
spent I
l!: Mr. and Mrs. Johnson sonage. I I
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'Fort Myers with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lowe is the daughter of i > PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. : ;
r in Sarasota. '
I Solon Crews. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Fullwood of (Continued From Page One)

I I West Palm Beach and the I in other .
Mr. and ,Mrs. Carl E. Johnson and groomis any county. The remain-:
Willard E. Dllley spent the Fourth I Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. j ing 20 percent of the surplus gas

I Marianne Jones were week-end Lowe of South Clewiston. 'tax reve'uue accruing to
f any county
at Lake Trafford.Mr. .
J. M.
COUSE
guests at the Pancoast Hotel, Miami Private Lowe returned over the shall be used by the county for the \

and Mrs. C. E. Miner, ,Beach. week-end to Camp Blanding, haying ': construction and maintenance of I Counselor and Attorney at law':.

Charles and Jay Carroll, spent the nearly two more years service county roads. Hopkins Building
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, with the army. His wife I To settle once' and for all a fight r
Fourth at the Beach. remained'i Wednesdays
Mrs. ,Merrell Lowe, Mrs. L. L. Lowe here with Mr. and Mrs. L. I. that has ,raged since 1931, the 1941 II and Saturdays

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Bill :and Martin Waldron accompanied and will follow her husband to legislature adopted a joint reso- 9:30 to 4:00 '

\ and John Perry, spent the week- Merrell Lowe to Camp Blanding on Starke in a few weeks. lution to be :voted upon by the J I
,his return Saturday.Mr. I
! end with relatives in Bradenton. '
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I i Mr.. and Mrs.-F. E. Conkling, ,' and Mrs. Roy Alston attend. ;;>, r.y\ c1.Q+: ,+><' .:,r-,:,;:} y y; ..
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the dance at the Elks Club in { )
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roy
J Eddie and Frank Conkling, spent : ;NLfya,:. :Z+FaS > .r.?? .A$R. ; ) ;:
Fort Myers Thursday evening and
the week-end at Fort' Lauderdale.
I :visited with friends and relatives Arr. -,

I in Fort Myers on the Fourth. k .,s,4'
: Mrs. E, W. Durst and Jimmy I s : .}r.x.r }.,r.3:i>:.; r i: : : Y isYi: f :4:' yvfC+} 5rvfL :

i Hall were visitors Monday in West, I '' .,...., .. ... ,, Y ,{.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, :n.t:,,.xl.. ..f:::,:..{,!.:}.?.:.{'Nr. .:l...Ji...,.r..4. .x+..+,. ....:..r... .. wir f xr. Srr ra{; }}: : ,rf }...r t .,.r ,.}., .4 ..r yk r..}...F.:.};.< y fi w.
Palm Beach. ,
j _. Mauryne, Louise and Anne Prewitt +r/, .r Wa:4 :{.j ..f..... r.*r...{. :.
rY. ..
G'.4;% : ?
and their cousins, Billy and Benny sSr.a
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and { ,.
Allen r
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. S;};{:; A
Miner
Prewitt, and Rachel spent'
Margery Allen spent the Fourth '
the week-end at Fort Myers :Beach..
with relatives in Homestead.

--. (, ---4 F, .O. :Roth of Milwaukee and E.,
j Richard Knight left Monday.-for } r
['V. Karlak of Pittsburg, who, have "ffr
Foley, Alabama, to visit his grand- j : S. .rarr.4'A
been in 'Clewiston several weeks on .. ..f./::+ .. f
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dumas,- i : : f -5----' ., }; ; {N;a 4AV.. ,. ..;.,. ,,i\.v ::: r4S<>f4ia'r.r.; :+f}:.4. .;. s 4
business, returned to their homes {:y u .,, ;.; ; oo : rrfrf f.
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Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent I during: the past week. $ gl1 l fr, : :r, Y / r,}ar f r? /. r4Ci!r"'{r.r. :wf'f>i la. -- --
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the holiday week-end on the East
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and

Coast. j I daughters, Miss Edythe Nell and

{I ('Sue i returned oevr the week-end
: C. V. Parkinson has returned I ..
from Fort Lauderdale where they : .
from a three weeks' !stay in Waynes- x4tY t"P '< ;. :. y.{
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f !
have had a cottage for a few weeks. ;. rr ait6rYc .
ville, N. C. ;

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Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Rodriguezand
I Bert Schultz and Aaron Knight "
Shirley Ruth Rodriguez '
were -
l attended the Rodeo in Arcadia on :
the Fourth. in Arcadia for the Rodeo Fridayand : i /

spent the week-end at ,Fort
Myers Beach. r.
Carl Berner visited R. L. Coker A O k
,
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in the Martin County Hospital in
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr.
Stuart yesterday.Mr ?
and Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Misses i

Barbara Morrison and Barbara
and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre
Broadfoot, Bill, Dick and Shirley
spent the week-end at Fort, Myers
Owen enjoyed the Fourth on the
Beach.
beach ,at Fort Lauderdale. -

W.: C. Prewitt has gone to West "
Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Par-
Palm Beach today for a tonsillec-
melia and Edward Bourne, have
tomy at Good Samaritan Hospital.Mrs. .
returned from a visit with Hervey .
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Bourne, in Tulsa, Oklahoma... Hervey ,i
W. E.. Bolton and Mrs. E. 1 ii
C. Mills were visitors in West Palm has completed a course in airplane mtlsr u0stss i
Beach Thursday. construction at the Sparton School I: W naca And get this big satisfaction '

I of Aeronautics and is beginninghis flo o along with yo-U-savings .

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Doty, Miss I pilot's course. the satisfaction of knowing
'" 90 IN'NEfcoNccIED
Maxine and Willard Doty spent the lW
Private Walter L. Brautley of that your Chevrolet brings you
Fourth in Miami "
Clewiston, who is one ',of they 'first SAFETY fi n 11 all the necessities and most of

"'" Mrs. Herman Scharnberg will arrive 13,500 trainee-graduates of the YACUUM40 the luxuries of cars costing

in,, Clewiston today for a visit I Field Artillery Replacement Train- ArNOco no O hundreds of dollars more .- .
with friends. ling Center at Fort Bragg, N;', C., is YuN n55 lao
being( ,transferred this week to the wm the satisfaction of knowing that

I Mr. and Mrs.--Fred Henricksenmade 147th Field Artillery unit at Fort t t1 your Chevrolet is the lead-

j Bragg; He has been'.'trained. as a O In demand-
a deep-sea fishing trip from E ing car popular -
i signalman. t RM
West Palm Beach over the holiday i B4X61RDth Q first again in '41 for the tenth joalsl
week-end. ,Nroosti w
non time in the last eleven years! UP

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris, Miss PERSONAlu-- ni1tH NoASALL
I ;L
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Renee ,Wethington and Leon Brewer i
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attended the Rodeo in Arcadia' OffAlURfS t BD z'

Friday.
Ben your wife wants you
back! She's found out at last
Mr and Mrs. R. Y. Pattersonand how to make that favorite cakeof

Dick Patterson spent the Fourth yours right every time. She's

week-end in Jacksonville, where .I just learned about, Rumford Hub Chevrolet Company Inc.

they were joined by their son, Bob Baking Powder. You see, ,
L with Rumford you can use'anygood ,
recipe and follow the 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly are'j
directions just as they are writ-
Located in Service
Sugarland Building
leaving Saturday for a vacation ten. You don't have to bother

which they will'spend in Western with adjusting the quantitiesto

North Carolina. suit a special kind of baking Phone 87 Ciewiston
I powder action. The amount ofbaking S

Elizabeth Winn, who is powder your recipe calls .-" ,
for'. that is just the right
ing school
summer In amount to use of Rumford.REE. .

spent the week-end her Send for new booklet, \

parents, Mr. and Mrs. taining dozens of bright ALL CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDA---NOT DRIVEN--- .,/

Mr. and Mrs. King < improve your baking.

1 and with Laura her Sunday Bailey,drov an 3: Box Rumford'R Rumford Baking, / so they come to you genuinely NEW! :


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"You can count me out of the ----
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Crying Wolf, Lew." IMPROVED Perhaps His Neighbors

.. SMpKY yF "I don't' get you." UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
Qv Were
,"We're going to carry the war Into Only Keeping Time

the other camp, Lew. For every I I
outfit that Ben Thorpe has grabbedby SUNDAY Wilkes had a serious complaint
LessonBy to make to his landlord.
force of arms, he's going to lose
L.NLE MAYINSTALLMENT -v'" W.N.U. Release two; for every head that has come HAROLD "It's" the people in the flat above
L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. me! he
stormed
into his herds by rustle and raid, Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof "They won't
3 just three men. They ain't. They two head of his are going to be (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) .give me a minute's peace. This
THE STORY SO FAR: got the biggest string of tough out- missing when he makes his roundup ,morning at one o'clock they were

Dusty King and Lew Gordon were Joint fits in the country, and they spreadall count. First thing, 'I'm going to jumping up and down on the floor
owners of the vast King-Gordon range which the way from the Rio Grandeto break Cleve Tanner down in Texas.I ,Lesson for July 13 .., as hard as they could. I won't,
stretched from Texas to Montana. When the Rosebud, and beyond. We After that-" put up with such behavior. It's an:
building up this string of ranches, they continually got to bust up the whole works, if Lew Gordon looked Bill Roper Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected (outrage:; !"
had to fight the unscrupulous Ben want to get any place." and copyrighted by International The landlord looked
we hard in the eye, smiled a little, and Council of Religious Education; used by sympa--,
Thorpe. Thorpe rivaled King-Gordon In pow- silent for several permission. thetic. I
Camp was
Dry shook his head. His voice was slow
and wealth, but he had gained his position
er "
through wholesale cattle rustling and minutes. "What you aim to do? and deep, stubbornly emphatic, as CHRISTIANITY EXPANDSIN "They woke you up, I presume?."/!

gunplay. Their opposing interests came to a "I aim to start in Texas, where a granite cliff is emphatic. "No. ASIA he inquired. ,
showdown when the Government announcedthe Cleve Tanner runs Thorpe's breed- We've never gone outside the law The victim shook his head.

auctioning of the valuable Crying Wolf ing outfits in the Big Bend; I aim yet, and while I live we never will. LESSON TEXT-Acts 19:8.10, 2332. "No. I hadn't gone to bed."
land In Montana. Bidding went high at the to tie into him piece by piece, till We'play the straight game always; GOLDEN TEXT- mightily grew the "Ah! You were working late?"
auction but King bid high to beat out Ben Thorpe is smashed out of the and if we lose-that's in the hands word of God and prevailed.-Acts 19:20. "Yes. I was practicing, on my
Thorpe. Bill Roper King's adopted son, saxophone!"
West. of things beyond us.
raced home to tell pretty Jody Gordon.the ,
good news. The two happy lovers were In "Lew Gordon will never stand Bill Roper angered. "I know how War is the order of the day, and, .
feel it he said much as we may regret.it the life of
each other's arms when a rider soon broughtthe you about keepinghis
news that Dusty King had been killed. for"Then, by God, King-Gordon has voice down. "You swayed Dusty every one of us is affected by its
come to its split-up!" that way always. If you'd lookedat feverish touch. Certainly no Chris-

CHAPTER IV Silence again before Dry Camp it different, the guns would have tian has any pleasure in the violent Ojap

said, "And I suppose I'm expectedto been out years ago-and it would hatreds wicked men, and can only
They buried Dusty King five miles just kind of stand aside and stay have been Ben Thorpe that went pray that somehow a righteous peace r

south of Ogallala, beside the Great out of it and see how you work it down. As it is-Dusty King is dead. may come to this troubled world D 'g I

Trail which he himself had pi- out, huh? Well, I, won't do it, Bill." Now you want me to drift on as we There is a warfare, however,
oneered. They thought he would always drifted on, and I'm supposedto which we do seek to foster and pro-I
"You're in this
:want to rest out there in the open Dry Camp. forget that Dusty's out ther under mote. We encourage it, and as : '

plain, near enough to the cattle trailso "How am I in it?" a pile of stones. Well, I'm not Christians make a holy resolve to 7 s '
that the rumble of hoofs would "I've got to have me an outfit. going to play it that way, Gordon." battle to the end. That is the war- ,

sometimes come to him through the It's got to be made up of boys "While you're with King-Gordon," fare against Satan and his hosts.

ground. that aren't afraid of Ben Thorpe or Lew said slowly, "you'll play it as As long as he rules in the hearts of \ ,
Over his grave they piled boul- all hell; boys that haven't got any- I say you'll play it." men, and sin and wickedness are
ders after the fashion of the prairiemen. to lose. I'll need near here "
thing more "If you want to buy me out," Roper we say, "Fight on, my soul. ,
Bill Roper himself fitted a fifty men. But to start off with I said, "you can do it at your I. Attack for God (vv. 8-10). !-2 BETTER J
of railroad ties the most dur- Lee Harnish and Tex Daniels
cross want own price. Because I'm going to do The vigorous prosecution of a,
able and massive: timber availableat and Tex Long; Nate Liggett-Dave exactly what I.tell''you I'm going to strong attack on the enemy's posi- VISION +
Ogallala. Shannon-" tion is good military strategy and -1lIR000N EYE
do; I wouldn't run a sneak: on you, ,
After that was all done, and'nighthad "Wow!" said Dry Camp. "You get Lew. good spiritual warfare. The com CLASSES WASDISCOVERE98Y

come on, and everybody had those four or five in the same bunch, "You figure," Lew Gordon said in- mand of God is "Forward!" and I+
back to town Bill Roper went His forces not to hinder their
gone they'll eat each other alive. credulously, "that you, one young- are tWNOD'ARMKTO.AROUND
back to that lonely cross and squat- effectiveness by weak indecision
"That's the kind I want, Bill ster on horseback, can smash up or 1275 I
ted on his heels against the pile of Roper said. "I want a wild bunch Ben Thorpe? You wouldn't last forty fear. Paul sets us an example in

stone. such as the West has never seen seconds longer than a celluloid collar his
After a while a ridden horse came before." on a dead gambler." 1. Bold Preaching (vv. 8, 9a). THE BETTER'V/AY'TO TREAT

toward the cross at a walk; and "And me-what am I supposed to "There'll be a fcto go with me," Paul had met some disciples CONSTIPATION DUE TO LACK Of*

Bill Roper remained motionless, unseen do?" Roper said. (19:1-8) who knew only the baptism, PROPER BULK IN THE DIET. IS TO
against the stones as the horse- of John and did not have the Holy
I
,"You you're heading south.You're "Who? CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE
man came up. going back to Texas and "Dry Camp Pierce for one; Lee Spirit. Dr. Erdman rightly says \WFTH A DELICIOUS I
The rider stepped to the ground Harnish, Tex Daniels, Tex Long; in that' "there are many more like'these CEREAL,KELL0665

and walked slowly toward the cross, all, maybe fifty men that I think I twelve 'disciples' in the pewsof ALL-BRAN. JEATIT

the reins of, his pony on his arm., know where to get." Christian churches. They are, EVERY DAY AND 1I I

"Quien es?" Lew Gordon looked as if he would sincere men, they hate their sins; DRINK PLENTY

Roper said, "Oh, hello, Dry explode. "You're naming the most they believe in the teachings of; JBF WATER
Jesus they admire the Sermon
on
Camp. "
vicious outlaws on the plains, he
Dry Camp Pierce came and sat said. "If you ever get ,those men the Mount, they yearn for the high

down beside Bill at the foot of the together, it will be the most infernal est and best things, but they lack

stones. "Find out anything, in the wild bunch that ever:"' spiritual power. Why? Because Fruit of LaborIt
e'N they' are 'disciples of John,' they
,
town? is not by saying "Honey
"By God, said Bill Roper, "I'll ,
have not fixed their hearts and their
"Hell, no. show you how to clean a range or honey," that sweetness comes into
"No," Dry Camp repeated after / 1r break a range; I'm telling you I hopes upon' a divine, risen, glorified the mouth.-Turkish Proverb.:>
him. "No, and they won't." don't which." Christ; they do not knqw 'the graceof
care God.' When, however, they;
"You talk mighty sure, Dry Lew Gordon slapped his hand on
Camp." learn the full gospel and yield;! Dust, with Mexican
the table; it fell with a dull and cooling
I themselves to Christ, they are not! B EAT Heat Powder. Dust in shoes.
"I talk mighty sure because I am heavy ,wallop, but so hard it
merely baptized with water but also Relieves and chafe and
\ eases ,
mighty sure. Nobody'saw Dusty seemed the top of the table would
"
the sunburn.Great for heat rash.
Holy Spirit. H EAT
killed except the three men that split.
2. Careful Teaching (vv. 9b, 10). Get Mexican Heat Powder.
done it; and one other man." "No! No, by God! Not under my
Three months of such
preaching
Bill Roper's hand shot out and brand. Not in a hundred years ."
caught Dry Camp's lean arm in a "Then draw up the terms of the brought many converts, but there,' 1 Binding Virtues
grip that bit like a trap. "Who was sale." were also "hardened and disobedi- Moderation is the 'silken string

that?" : Gordon was silent again, for a ent" men whose opposition caused running through the pearl chain
Paul to withdraw the disciples
"Me. long time. He seemed very old, 'of all virtues.-Bishop Hall.
learners the of lecture ,
( ) to privacy a -
There silence
was a sharp and very tired. "Rerknn you're man
hard, before Bill said, "How is it "You're in this, Dry Camp." enough make your own decisions.;; room for thorough instructionin h
Christian doctrine sort of Bible
haven't told a
you anybody this? "Thanks Lew.
,
you're going to start rounding 'em Institute of Ephesus. The church has TO
"Haven't had any chance to talk "But do me one last favorwillyou CHECK
largely failed in its teaching minis-
to you," Dry Camp said. "I'm tell- in. ? Don't decide here and now.
ing you now, ain't I?" "What you offering these boys?" Take a couple of days to think it try and has thus weakened its effec- .
tiveness against the To be "
"Who was it?" "Horses and grub, and what other over. It's for your own good. But enemy.
workers for the Lord Chris-
"Cleve Tanner; and Walk Lasham stuff we'll need. Not another thing." I'm asking it as a favor to me ." strong # take666
tians must know the doctrines of the
"'
and Ben Thorpe.. They sat silent for a long time Bill Roper dropped his eyes, and Bible.II. .
Dry took match for moment two he hesitated.
Camp a out of more. a or
Counter Attack by Satan (vv.
the pocket of his cowhide vest and "All right," Dry Camp said. "I'll "I'll take an hour, he decided in 23-32). '
chewed the end. "
go. compromise. The 'enemy of our souls is often Unknown Future
"You see-" he searched for his In the starlight Bill Roper swung content to let us go on in compara- A wise God shrouds the ,,future

words painfully, after the mannerof down in front of the little shack CHAPTER V', tive peace as long as we do not bother .in obscure darkness.-Horace.

men who are much alone- which served King-Gordon as a load- him unduly, but once we put up
"Dusty, he tied his horse out back ng-foreman's office at their Ogal- Bill Roper walked slowly to the the banner of a holy life and servicein

of the Lone Star Bar, in the angle lala pens. Within, Bill Roper found Gordons' tall house, on its rise at God's army, he begins a terrific

of the wagon shed. There's a kind Lew Gordon sitting alone. I the edge of the town, and let himself counter attack. Paul had felt it

of a corner there, like you can't see "I just talked to a man," Roper I in softly. He wanted desperately already in the hardening of listen-,

into it from any place, hardly; and said, "that saw the killing." I to talk to Jody Gordon; but it I ers' hearts (v. 8), but now it began I

what with it getting "dark-" Gordon was I instantly alert. "Who was nearly midnight, and he couldn'tmake in dead earnest. I '"C makes p-BruiH"Applicator"BLACK UAF40 ,

"Where were you? was it?" ; up his mind to wake her. 1. By Selfish Opposition (vv. 23i i JUST A GOMUCHFARTHE4Greater
DASH IN FEATHERS.
"I was in Bailey's Harness Shop, "He's! a man that can't come for- As it happened, decision was un 27).

, next door. I saw Dusty turn off the ward, because he's already an outlaw necessary. In the fireplace soma'lengths One way to bring a violent reac:
walk, and walk back between the in his own right. But Dustywas of cottonwood log still tion against spiritual truth is to let

buildings. I'd been 'watching for killed by Ben Thorpe, and. burned, and before the fire Jody it interfere with business. Demetriusand 111

him, because I wanted to speak to Walk Lasham, and Cleve Tanner, lounged upon a buffalo robe, wide his fellow silversmiths pro- Don't fall in the fire to be saved
him minute.
I went back
a
throughthe awake. fessed to be concerned about the
the three working together. Walk
from the smoke.
harness shop, and I was just go- Lasham bore down Dusty's "You've been a long time." threatened destruction of the heathen -
ing out the back door. And then hell gun. "I know." He stopped beside her, worship of Diana (and what a
They looked at each other for a
bust in the wagon shed angle. half raised her in his arms, and fine testimony that was to the effectiveness -
"The time it happened," Bill long moment. kissed her lingeringly. Her arms of Paul's preaching!),

Roper; said, "there must have still "This man that told you thiswe've and her lips clung, making it diffi- but in reality they were worried GOOD DRUG -
been a little light. got to get hold of him; his cult for him to think of the road he about the loss of their ungodly busi- sro.csAl 14i

"Enough to see by, all right. These story" has to go to the authorities, had chosen. But presently he ness in charms (vv. 25-27). uaaI :

three varmints steps out of the shed Bill. sat beside her on the buffalo robe, Mapy of the enemies of the gospel -..'.

quick and quiet. Dusty knew what .. Roper shook his head. "He'll hang and turned his eyes to the coals. in our time' 'are fighting against stso .tQ 1'. ,
he was up against, all right. His if they lay hands on him. Anyway, "There's some stuff we have to God's Word because they are in_ a. c} %

gun come out; but Walk Lasham nobody would" believe him against i talk about, Jody." business which is condemned by it.

grabs his gun arm with his left hand these three. I "I can think of better things to 2. Senseless Tumult (vv. 28-32)). 1 tgs (essedRelt
and bears down like he was wras- Lew Gordon made a gesture at I do with firelight than just talk." Knowing' that their opposition was .

tling ;him.: Then the whole works once impatient and weary.' "Wher- "Jody King-Gordon is splitting without true foundation, they inspired -
seems to blow up, as all three of ever we turn we hit some snagof up." and agitated a wild demon-

'em let loose. They just stood and lawlessness," he said. '"There'stoo Jody brought herself up on one stration. Is it not astonishing how

throwed it into him, and it seemed many men afraid to stand for- elbow. "Why, Bill-what do you many thoughtless and foolish peo- Give a Thought toPJI3Afl1I
like he was never going to fall. Ben ward and face out the law. Seems mean?" ple there are in the world who will

Thorpe pumped two more shots aft- 'Like nothing is done open and above- "Dusty's share comes to me, es senselessly follow the lead of some- STRlEET

er Dusty was down, and dead." board any more." you know. I-I'm taking it out." one 'who, opposes God? 1
That was all the story. Both of "Never was, since I remember," "You're-Bill, you must be loco!" Shouting a slogan which had no Forin our town;::and towns (

them seemed to recognize that there Roper said. "I've got a. couple of "Maybe. I'm going against Ben real meaning, they lent their voicesto like. ours there's clear across steady the revolution country S

were no questions to ask, nothing to ways in mind right now. I'm goingon Thorpe." the tumultuous agitation against ; .Changes a in dress styles \1\1

add. the warpath, Lew." "ButbutJody was at a loss God. Finally, one sensible' man, and food prices .. the rise of a S
Bill Roper said, "There isn't any- Gordon had been fiddling with a for words. fearing the punishment of city of- hat crown the fall of f rniS

thing you can do, I don't suppose." pencil, and now he threw it on the "Since the trail began, he's stood ficials, quieted' them. The Ephe- jrices-these matters vitally \1

"Oh, yes, there is. There's one table in front of him. "We're figur- for everything we're against.. Fourof sians, were just like many in our urliving..Andthenewsverediaadvertisements.; \1

thing I can do. I'll have to kind of ing you to take over the Crying the biggest rustling gangs in the day who fear man more than God. eople who like to be S S

bide my time, and make it sure; Wolf, Bill. Dusty's half of King- country are directly hooked up with But; may we ask, if you fear inute in living nd1

,but-I'm going.to get me these three Gordon naturally will stand in your him, if it could be proved. He's judgment' of men how think \ts,follow advertise- 8
men." name now; Dusty never paid any stopped at nothing, and where he escape the judgment of God [sely as headlines. S
"No, you ain't," Bill Roper said. attention to any other kin. But the couldn't force his way he's boughthis all, it is God and His what's doing in S
"We're going to go at this thing a Crying Wolf was where he figured way. But now-he's gone too oppose, unconverted Erie \!d they also know S
different way. Trouble with you, for you to go and work; and there far." think He will hold buys, most! ." '
you're 'figuring these three men as isn't any call to change that, now." (TO BE CONTINUED)





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IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IX AND: :defendants or either of them so deceased -II'!''of SWU Sec 17, Twp 43 Rge 28. compleinantl'gnd'!: said suit. 'is now and each and all of .you':
FOR HENDRY COUNTY!: KOOUII ,. ? ,Charley A.:.. Park: and ; .,1 Cert: ,!No. '21,. dated 9-7-1936 NWUi pending, in. the .said court' and' you. It is hereby ordered that.by. default..
,
: ),A. NT Park, ,his Wife,1f alive, and' if' they i of'NEU 'Sec 17, Twp 43 Rge 28. and each, and all of you, and all be' published once a this notice
week
....<:." ': \'or either of the n be dead, all parties Cert. No. 123, dated 8-1-1927 NWU parties claiming an interest therein, 'I consecutive weeks in the for four-
I claiming interests under said defendants except SEU of NV'of NWU and are hereby required to file with the I News, a Clewiston
Hill to Foreclose Tax Men- or either of them so deceased exc SW% of NEU of NWU Sec 18 Clerk of said Court your written appearance circulation newspaper in Hendry having general
I RAY C. HULL ; The Florida State Drainage Twp 43 Rge 28. (personally, or by attorney WITNESS County, Florida
Complainant, Land Company, a corporation, and Cert. No. 65,. dated 7-7-1930 NWU ,) in said suit on Monday, the 4th Court: at Lalielle,'' and seal of said
vs. I The Scott Estate Co., a corporation, of NEU & W',$ of W of NEU of day of August, A. D. 1941, being the Florida, this 2nd Hendry County,
T.' J. CHAMPION, et al., and to all persons having or claim- NEU and E% of EV6 of NEU of NE1/ first iMonday and 'Rule Day In said 1941. day of July, A. D.
1
Defendants. .ing any interest In the, following described Sec 18, Twp 43 Rge 28. I month, and thereafter file with said SEAL
1 OF PUBLICATION lands, situate in Hendry County Cert. No. 67, dated 7-7-1930 NEU Clerk your written defenses, if any, ( )
ORDER 'I Florida, to-wit: except N% of NEU of NEU Sec 19, to the bill of complaint in said suit WILLIAM 'r. HULL,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: All Section 5V'h and NW'A Twp 43 Rge 28. at the time prescribed by law, or a.. Clerk Circuit Court, .
To T. J. Champion, and -. of NE'4 and W% of SE'A of NE& Cert. No. 124, dated 8-1-1927 NWU decree will be entered against Hendry County, Florida.
Champion, his wife, if alive, and If and NW,4 of SE'A and SE'/i of Section 19, Twp 43 Rge' 28. you July 4, 11, 18, 25.
they or either of them be dead, all SEtt of Section 9; All of Section Cert. No. 33, dated 6-6-1938 GovI
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under said JO; All Section 12; All Section 17; I Lot 3 Sec 20, Twp 43 Rge 28. :
defendants or either of them so deceased S1 of NE& and NWt,4 of NEi The assessment of the said property
; H.:1. Chapman, and WJof NW'/i 'and W% of I under the said certificates Issued was\
Chapman, his wife, if alive, and "If SEtf and SE'/ of SE',4 and N% in the name of :Myra Haefeker, E.
they or either of them be dead ';all of NE ,i of SE'A and SW& and II R. J..fooreV.. A. Latz G: Bostick, J. j'r'J i
parties claiming interests under 'said ; NE'i of NE 4 of Section 21; All B. Maxwell Augusta M. Townsend
defendants or either of them so';deceased i Section 29; S'fc and N\Vt,4 and S% F B. Savell, Unknown E. D. Under- I
; G. C. Bantz, and of NEU and NE& of NEtof wood, R. E. Watson, Kenollna Realty,
Bantz, his wife, if alive, and if they I Section 33, all in Township' 46 I Wm. P. Shaw. I /
Or either of them be dead, all parties South, Range 34 East. Hendry Unless, said certificates shall be .redeemed I f /
claiming interests under said defen- County Florida. I according to law, the prop- ,
dants or either of: them so deceased; I,I You and C. Mable Williams, and Williams I notified that a suit in Chancery has to the highest bidder at the 'courthouse ; ,
her husband if alive, and if I been brought against you in ,the Cir- door on the first Monday in gfiia /
they or either of them be dead, all I cuit Court for Hendry County, Flor- the month of August, 1941. which! is
parties claiming' interests under said I. ida, by Ray C Hull for the purposeof the 4th day of August, 1941. '.
defendants or either of them so de- foreclosing tax liens purchased by Dated this 4th day of July, 1911. jjjI
ceased; Chas. R. Coates, and Doris M. ,I complainant from the State of Flor- (SEAL) .
his wife if alive, and it they .
Coates, ; ida and Hendry County under the pro- 'WILLIAM T HULL
or either of them be dead, all'defend parties visions of Chapter IS,296, Acts of the' j., Clerk Circuit Court of ;.
claiming interests under said Legislature of Florida 1937, and' to Hendry County, Florida.
ants or either of them so deceased; have subordinated the right; title, interest -
July 4 11 18 25.
,
Marie L. Arquier, ,
and
Louis Arquier, and claim which you", and each
his wife, if alive, and if they or of you, have, or claim in said lands /
either of them be' (dead, all parties and every parcel thereof, to the lien
claiming interests under said defendants of the complainant, and the right of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND \ /
or either of them so deceased the complainant to enforce the same FOR HENDRY ,COUNTY FLOR-.
; Alice M. Lockwood, and by foreclosure and sale and to have IDA.
Lockwood, her husband, if alive, and the said lands sold under a decreeof
if they or either of them be dead, all the said court to satisfy and discharge <: ; ?3
parties claiming interests under 'said the tax liens which have accrued Hill to_ Foreclose Tax Liens ii;&;h"",
defendants or either of them so de- thereon and which are held bycomplainant RAY C. Hull,
ceased; James Armour, and and said suit is now Complainant, t--
Armour, his wife, if alive, and If j"I pending In the said court and you, vs. it-, la I li i IIII
they or either of them be dead,' all and each, and all of you, and all par- T. J, CHAMPION, et al., liI in
parties claiming interests under said ties claiming an interest therein, are Defendants.
defendants or either' of them so deceased I. hereby required to file with the Clerk ORDER OF PUBLICATION
; Marie A. Johnson, and of said Court your written' appear- : THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Johnson, her husband, if alive, and j'ance (personally, or by attorney), in To the defendants herein: Mary Lee AIR,
if they or either of them be dead, said ,suit on Monday, the 4th day of Carroll, co| Brune, Parker, Carey &
all parties claiming interests under I August, A. D. 1941, being the first Gans, Baltimore, Maryland; Robert J
said defendants or either of them so I Monday and Rule Day in said month, I Pierce, Topeka, Kansas; C. P. Campbell, CONDITIONED -
deceased; Dr. C. M. Suavely, and and thereafter file with the said Owosso, :Michigan; D. O. Wood, 307
Snavely, his wife, if alive, Clerk your written defenses, if any, Osage Street, Manhattan, Kansas; E.
and if they or either of them be dead to the bill of complaint in said suit B. Rehm, 353 W. 29th Street, Chicago,
all parties claiming interests under at the time prescribed by law, or a Illinois; Alfred A. Furness, 938 N. pm/a11
said defendants or either of them so decree will be entered'against you Lawler Avenue, Chicago, Illinois;
deceased;, Jonas Behrmann, if alive, and each and all of you by default.It Charles A. Bartels. 4746 Virginia Ave-
and, if he be dead, all parties claim- is hereby ordered that this noticebe nue, Chicago, Illinois; Richard F.
ing interests under said defendant so published once a week for four Hinman Chicagfc, Illinois; Joseph Dependable Service
deceased; S. B. Jennings, and consecutive weeks in_ the Clewiston Kammer, 1630 Coventry RD, Cleveland -
Jennings, his wife, if alive- and if News, a newspaper having general Ohio; F. R. Korns, Des Moines,
they JOT either of them be dead, all circulation in Hendry ,County, Florida Iowa; Florence Lester Lemper, 2546 Low Fares
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parties claiming interests under said Broadway, Dubuque, Iowa; Mlllard F.
defendants or either of them so deceased -. WITNESS my' hand and seal of said 'I Bannister, East Des Moines Iowa;
; Charles D. Baker, and Court at LaBelle, Hendry County, M. P. Sorber, Wilkinsburg, Pennsyl- '
Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN
Baker, his wife, if alive, and If theyor Florida, this 2nd day of July, A. D. vania; N. M. Bodine, El Reno, Oklahoma LINE to all Florida
either of them be dead, all parties 1941. ; Albert F., Regal, Taconite, Min- and the 'N orth.
claiming interests under said defendants '(SEAL) nesota; J. S. Gadd, Alurena, Kansas;
or either of them so deceased .- WILLIAM T. HULL, Sopia Becker, Chicago, Illinois; Carl
Northbound
; John Zvolanck, and Clerk Circuit 'Court, Anderson Honolulu, T. H. Ola Anderson -
Zvolanck, his wife, if alive, and if Hendry County, Florida. Honolulu, T. H.; C. L. Heren, lv CANAL POINT 4:55 AM 1:25 PM
they or either of them be dead, all July 4, 11, 18, 25. Custer, Montana: I. E. Day, Medora, ,Ar:TAMPA '. ". 10:10 AM 6:55 PM Costs Less'than Driving
parties claiming interests under said I Illinois; Benj. Gill Colorado Springs, Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM
defendants or either of them so deceased Colorado; G. R. Hawkins, Danville, Ar; ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM One Round
: J.: :M. Anderson, if alive, and I Illinois; E. Crawford, Council Bluff, Ar JACKSONVILLE .. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way TrIp
if he be dead, all parties claiming NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX Iowa; Anson Wheeler, and EuphemiaA. Ar TALLAHASSEE 4:45. PM 12:59 AM MIAMI 165
Interests under said defendant so' deceased DEED Wheeler; Battle Creek, Michigan; Ar. LAKE CITY 2:25 PM lilO AM JACKSONVILLE : $ 4:70: $ 300 8:50:
; Maude A. Goff, and (Senate Hill :Xo. 163) Daniel B. Dodge, Chicago, Illinois;
Goff, her husband, if alive, and if I. Elvira Princess Avery, Galesburg, Lv. CANAL'POINT 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA .' 2.80 5.05
they or -either of them be dead, all Illinois; Francis McQuillen, 7305 Vin- Ar. JACKSONVILLE 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKElAND 2.35 4.25
parties claiming interests under said NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I ceinnes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
Paul O'Bannon, holder of tax certifi- DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLA. TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11,25'
I R. L. Bushey, Castlewood, South Dakota
cates listed below, has filed same in ; Thos. F. Edmonds, 1903 15th HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
office and has made application '
my Street, N.W. Washington, D. C.; Benj. fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
I F. Chynoweth Houghton, Michigan .
Said certificates embrace the follow- ; MACON 7.25 13.05
J. Ed Tyler, The Mation No.5, H W, Southbound
ing described property in the County -GoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45Lv.
MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL of Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: N.W.. Washington, D. C.; Fred R. CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS Cert. No.5, dated 8-1-1926 EU ofSWU Clsjfjf Birmingham, Alabama. Ar. MIAMI .- . 8:50 PM. 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
Yc/u and each of
'Maps -' Estimates of NEU Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28. you are hereby CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
notified that suit in has
Chancery
a
Cert. No. 88, dated 8-U1927 SWU ReturnIng
NEW YORK 15.85. 28.55Lv.
JOHN H. DOTY. of SEU Sec 5, Twp 43 Rge 28. been brought against you in the Cir- MIAMI . 10:00AM 2OOAM
cuit Court for Florida -
Cert. No. 49, dated 7-7-1930 S% of Hendry County Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
Engineering ,Consultant NE of NWU and N% of SEU of by Ray C. Hull for the purposeof
foreclosing tax liens purchased by
,Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. j NWlj Cert. Sec No. 6,25 Twp, dated 43 Rge 9-5-1932 28. NW'K complainant from the State of Florida DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE

of Sec '6 43 Rge 28. and Hendry County under the pro-
NWU Twp
PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
visions of Chapter 18,296:! Acts of the
Cert. No. 14, dated 9-4-1933 Sth of
'Florida 1937 and to
Legislature of ,
SEU of NWU of NWU and E1 ofSWU
have subordinated the title interest
right, -
,
Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28.
and claim which and each
Cert. No. 93, dated 8-1-1927 NWU you
:. of have, claim in the follow-
: : you or
Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28.
:. Cert. No. 50, dated 9-5-1932: SEU ing described lands:
':: iiiaiii:" ; 1. Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. All Section r>; \VA and NWU of
.' : :: Cert. No.9. dated 8-5-1935 S% of NEU and W% of SEr of NEU
;
.:. I NEU Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. and NWU of SEU and SEU of
.'. Cert. No. 10 dated 9-7-1936 SEU SEU of Section 9; All Section 10; 63&airw N aCrrr jrlv'rss
.:. "BEAUTIFUL AND LUMB" IS .;. 'of NWU and E% of SWU Sec 8, Twp All Section 12; ,All Section 17; S'/fc
'43 Rge 28. of NEU and NW' of NEU and
"BEAUTIFUL AND DUMB" IS :.t.: Cert. No. 25, dated 6-6-1938 W% of W% of NWU and W& of SEU
'' .:. 1V'h Sec 8, Twp 43 Rge 28. and SEU of SEU and N% of
'_:' Studies made, as well as ob 'i'k Cert. No. 11, dated 8-5-1935 Beg NEU of SEU and SWU and NE 4
:: thatx:: NW Cor NEU-SWU. S 40 rods, E 40 of NEU of Section 21; All Sec-
: jective comparisons, show .: rods. NE to NE Corner NEU-SWU. tion 29; Sand NWU and SA

::: there is no relationship be-, :: W 80 rods to beg, Sec 9, Twp 43 Rge of NEU and NEU of NEU of
. Section 33 all in Township 46
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tween and <\ 28.Cert.
: appearance No. 147, dated ,1905 S% of South, Range 34 East, Hendry
:x:: Confirmed by the Department ;- NEU of SEU except a strip of 5 acres County, Florida.
y ; of Psychology off :;: off North side and except 3 acres in Dy foreclosure and sale and to have
:: SE Corner, also a strip 264 ft wide he: said lands sold under a decree of
;:; New York University. ''Z-.' off N side SE -SE1i Sec 17, Twp 43 the' said court to satisfy and discharge -
f-:. : Rge 28.Cert ; the tax liens which have accrued -

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