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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 32 CLEWISTON, FLOHa.A, FRIDAY, JULY ''18, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION 2.00 PER YEAR

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CANDIDATES QUALIFYFOR RED CROSS TO OPEN Kiwanians, to Attend Work Has Begun On

Fort Myers MeetingClewiston


CITY ELECTIONON WORKROOM FOR WAR Kiwanians made plansto British Flying SchoolJuly


SEPTEMBER 2ND RELIEF PRODUCTION attend an Inter-City meeting to
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be held in Fort :Myers'next Wed

'-- nesday noon, July 23rd. District Rainfall 5.4 Inches 0EmbryRiddle I Company;;
Governor Frank Wright of Gainesville -
Is DeadlineFor Mrs F. Deane Duff, production
Saturday will attend the meeting and Building School Near
chairman .of the local Red Cross In Excess of Normal .
will be the principal speaker.
Filing of chapter, has completed plans for ClewistonWork
C. A. Martinez was invested with
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beginning work on the new quotaof
PetitionsTomorrow garments for British war relief.A his Kiwanis button and welcomedinto Continued heavy rainfall duringthe

shipment of material came in the club by past president J. past week has brought the total was begun yesterday on the. ,
E. Beardsley at 'the meeting this July rainfall in ,Clewiston to construction of a: flying school for
has been
is tie last day for this week and cut ready
.for sewing into layettes and dresses. week. 9,161 inches, and the total thus far the Embry-Riddle Corporation on
candidates.for. the city election to Art Lawrence showed several this year to 43.583 inches. a field seven miles west of Clewis

file a petition to have their names A supply of yarn has also arrived reels of movies which he has takenin This is an excess of 5.429 for ton on the cross-state highway.The .

placed on the ballot for the election and will be distributed to knitters.' and around Clewiston during .the the month; and an excess of field lies to the south of the
past year. Farm scenes of vege- 15.884 for the year. highway. A bull-dozer was moved
September 2nd, when Clewiston'sfirst table and cane harvest;' casual 'Rainfall over the state has beenin to the location yesterday and the
to knit
ing to learn may come,
city election will be held.
bringing ,their own needles and ball street scenes, the community Easter excess; of'normal, and there are first work begun was the levellingof

To date only the five present I of yarn, both of which may be ob- egg hunt in the park; the May reports' that practically the entire the, bank of dirt. along the high

I r city commissioners have presented I tained at the local ,dime store at Day program at the school, and Everglades section lying south of way'' canal.

petitions to have their"names placed small cost. The local chapter does some few scenes of the recent Lake Okeechobee is under water. Paul Riddle, of the Embry-Rld-

on the ballot.- They are F. not have enough needles to furn- scout camp near Lake Placid were Canals will be able to discharge the die Corporation, is in Clewiston today

Deane Duff, R. Y. Patterson, E. E. ish except for production work. in the group. water off the land only after the in connection with the final
' Kelly, J. A. McGehee and M. W. heavy rains cease. Sugar cane is
The Red Cross sewing and knit- arrangements for the field. His

Bigg. ting room will be in the Com: not injured by excessive rainfall, contractor Is C. F. Wheeler of Miami I

The city charter was amendedby munity Center and will be open but farmers and produce growers who recently completed the

local legislation passed at the each Monday and Friday fom '10a. New Laws ExplainedBy have been handicapped in prepar- construction of Carlstrom Field

recent session of the Florida legis- m. till 4:30 p. m. ing their lands for early fall crops. near Arcadia. Directly in -charge of

\ lature; providing for city elections One shipment of* garments has Local LegislatorBy operations at the moment is C. W.

each two years with the first elec- just been sent to a national Red MRS. NALL ASSISTING INDRAFT McSheehan of Miami. Mr. and Mrs.

tion on September 2nd. At that Cross warehouse for 'shipment over- Elbert L. Stewart, BOARD OFFICE McSheehan have taken an apart
f'' time five commissioners will be ment at the Inn for the duration
I seas. The new quota is a very Representative Hendry County
i elected; the two receiving the highest but volunteers Mrs. Campbell E. Nail is assisting of the construction job.
are
large .one, many
'::1 number of votes are elected for in the office of the
..... ready to begin work on it, and Hendry Mr. Riddle has stated that his
: four ;year terms, the other three I County Selective Service Board, and
others are asked to volunteer in or- OUR :NEW TAX LAWS final arrangements for the field are
will be elected for two terms. will remain in of the office
year charge
der that the work may be com- not complete enough to warrant
To qualify as a candidate for the I pleted on time. Sewing or knit- Everybody is busy this week during the vacation of Miss Betty any announcement of the details.He .

commission and to have one's name I ting may: be done 'a't' home or at making up tax'returns and unless Spicer, clerk, in August., explained that at times' plans

' placed on the ballot a person must the' Red Cross work room' I[ miss my guess will be busier from for government contracts must re-
, be a qualified voter residing in I main- secret until the time is proper
November to April finding ways and
the city of Clewiston and must file means to pay the tax. 'WILL IMPROVE PLAN for their disclosure.It .

'I by tomorrow a petition bearing the SCRAP ALUMINUM Laws enacted during the'':'! recent is known that the school Is a

signatures of at least fifty Clewis- session of the Florida legislature civilian flying school and that it is
ton voters. FOR CATTLE FEEDINGAS
,demands that the county assessor preliminary
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I CAMPAIGN BEGINS I lof tax in each county shall assess

State Farmers' Markets : all property: real and personal, on TESTS CONTINUENext of young British cadets in the
1 the county tax roll at its full cash United States. The first group of

Largely Self SupportingJacksonville I HERE ON MONDAY value, and that such taxes ,as are British cadets is now being trained -
at Carlstrom Field by the Em
'- levied against the property basedon week the remaining cattlein "
.n. the cash value roll shall constitute bry-Riddle Company.
July 16-'(FNS) -. Plans for the collection of scrap: the feeding pens where the
been
I a first lien superior to all I Mr. Riddle has assured of
State Farmers'' Markets are now aluminum, donated by Hendry )I other ]liens; on any property against United States Sugar Corporationhas the fullest co-operation from local

>. largely self 'supporting and must County, residents. for national defense -j[which the taxes have been ,assess- conducted its' "molasses-fed citizens in the establishment and
:.d : '
;. : r 'depend'ujion heir' -o nv6efforts:
'. the majority of fmpr ve'mentsneed- Purposes, 'were. .completed at I I e.d. and shall ,continue in full for eI -''beef" experiments 'J will be'moved j operation of his school Here.

of the I and effect. until discharged by pay- slaughtering
Nathan a meeting Hendry County for and the pens will
ed in Mayo,
coming years, ,
defense council in LaBelle .Tues ment. Belle Glade To Play
commissioner of Agriculture told be emptied for the first time since
day night with Chairman R. Y. Pat- The act further states,. that after
market managers and advisory com- the experiment was undertaken last
mitteemen at the close of a three terson, of Clewiston, presiding. the assessment roll has been pre- t Ball Here SundayClewiston

day session held over the week-en! (;J. Bins will be erected by the coun-I pared on the basis of full cash ,October.

The .28 farmers' markets were cil at convenient locations through I value as required, the boards of The experiment to date has dem-

built on a shoe-string Mayo ,said. the county,-in Clewiston at the I county commissioners and the onstrated that a Floridaproducedfeed will play Belle Gladea
The' law permits the agricultural Community Center; in LaBelle on I boards of public instruction and can be used to fatten Florida return game on the new baseball

department to use the surplus in the court house grounds;' in Felda, other boards or governing authori- range cattle, or any other breed of field west of town Sunday afternoon -

the inspection f nds. for state (near Arthur Wells' :store; in Fort ties 'of all taxing districts or budget cattle, at ,a, low cost, thereby pro- The game will be called at
the making authorities shall submit ducing a beef for market that is 3 o'clock.
markets, but there never has been Denaud, near Post Office. On -
any' great surplus: Advantage was July 21st, the Boy Scouts will their proposed budget to the state the equal, if not the superior, of Belle' Glade defeated Clewiston

taken of the WPA activities ,to duct 'a house-to-house canvass con-I comptroller, and in the event he any beef obtainable.The 4 to 2 in Belle Glade Sunday 'aft-

construct the markets, but that day order to give everyone an opportunity should refuse to give his approvalhe sale of the remainder of ernoon. The game was called in

is over. The time, has now arrived to contribute his aluminum. \ shall so advise the budget mak- these beeves will make a constant the seventh inning, on account of

when the markets must stand Anyone may 'throw their scrap I ing authority and at the same time supply of molasses-fed beef avail- rain.

pretty well on their own feet.A I aluminum. into the bins at any time furnish his recommendations for able in the local commissary for

probable drop in" the receiptsof after they are erected and the changes. '" f the next five or six weeks. Local Shrubbery and Trees

the gas inspection funds was fore- volunteer assistance of any other Another provision states this: "It consumers are invited to try this

cast by :Mayo for the reason that individuals or clubs in making the being the intention of the legisla- product which is receiving statewide Replanted In ParksA

. national defense will probably decrease collection will be welcomed by the ture that if a county board of pub- attention.

the consumption of gasoline, committee.The lic instruction does adopt a budget The Florida cattlemen have been .

and he pointed out- that his salaryas collection will end on July that has not been approved by the handicapped in their efforts to pro- crew of city laborers have

Commissioner of Agriculture is 28th and on the '29th all material comptroller and the state superin- duce a superior quality of beef been busy this week re-planting
: double drive .
paid from inspection funds his be- tendent of public instruction, such shrubs along the city's
salvaged will be weighed in each because of the expense of transporting -
ing the only member of the cabinet community and prepared for ship- board shall not receive any state the proper -kind of feed from streets where the original plantings
frost.
., who is 'not paid, from the general ment to a metal ,scrap dealer as ar- aid for' the state teachers salary other states. The local experimentshave failed to live or were of.killed the by current

revenue fund, and his department ranged by the state defense coun- fund or any other state source dur- demonstrated that excellent Taking advantage the
should insure
does not receive a cent, of money cil. Mr. Patterson as/ "-menrbers ing the fiscal year covered by such J beef can ,be produced in Florida at rainy season plants
from the fund. of the council emphagizc that only budget." i a price which Florida 'consumers growth of the many hibiscus which have

\ Next year is the date for a new I scrap, metal is asked,-:pots, pans, I was opposed to the passage of can afford to pay. and poinciana trees
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been set.ENGINEER
agricultural census which must' be toys, bits of machinery or any this law because in my opinion it The experiment will be continued

paid for out of the inspection funds. I other useless articles made of. attempts to limit by statutory acts with a new lot of cattle after a ON INSPECTIONTRIP
The cost will run about $60,000 he .
aluminum.The certain authority exercised by governing -
i} period of about two months, dur- TO AIRPORT LOCATIONS
national J board in preparing or establishing -
**" said.Then situation in regard ing which certain improvements in
a new law, passed by the tc aluminum is not .acute. The col- millage rates to be collected feeding arrangements will be 'made. A. R. Broadfoot, engineer in
legislature assesses a charge of lection is being made to ,cover the by such boards, which I be- Clewiston subofficeof
the
three percent against these funds, period of time, in which there is a ,lieve to be constitutional authorityand charge of returned Thurs-
W. T. Weaver U. S. Engineers,
amounting to about $40,000, for
temporary shortage of aluminumand not subject to statutory law. three-day inspectiontrip
benefit of the day from a.
the'
general revenue to prevent a slowdown .in the Another reason for my oppositionwas airports whose
I of the
to some
fund.: However he promised to defense the ,fact that the act Itself removes -
program. : W. Tom Weaver, 52, of Wau- surveys are under the supervision .
give the state markets all the
sup- I from our ,local county authorities -
port within his power. During the defense council'smeeting I chula, was killed Saturday morningin of this office' Included were the
'certain duties and privi-
Among the the members discussed the an accident which .occurred at airports at Fort Myers. Vero Beach,
suggested Improvements -
/ leges that I believe could be more
establishment of the program for his service station there. Mr. Melbourne and Titusville.
in the State Market System I
efficiently handled by the people
listening posts as. outlined by the Weaver had obtained a 22 rifle
was a teletype service in the mar- 'j
of the county than they can .by'a
state council, and also the erection .
loaded it to shoot- Cane
and preparatory
kets and at convenient points on centralization of ,such authority in Planting 'of Sugar:
of first aid stations
along the .
\ Northern routes which would give ing rats in the rear of the service
Tallahassee. (I make this state- '
. highways. The members decidedto station. In pulling the rifle from
market prices set on the previous Discussed'By C. of C.
ment with every respect to the authorities -
defer action
.. any on these
two his automobile the gun 'was discharged -
,: days at various state markets, ,in Tallahassee, but at the
proposals until a practical
plan for sending bullet throughhis
a
volume of produce sold and shipped,
same time I have confidencein
\ and other Information necessary to smaller ,counties can be worked out. : the ability of our every'own local of- head. Death was, instantaneous.Mr. (Hendry County News).

'" enable managers and growers to Attending the meeting were R. 'i ficials and am a believer in home Weaver, a former Clewiston County Agent ''D. H. Ward appeared -
,1.1, accurately appraise sale and price Y. Patterson, chairman, A. L. Tay- j rule.) resident, was, the father of Jamb before the Hendry County

-: ':". --. prospects each day. lor, vice-chairman, W. D. Blount, |I. The law seeks' to adjust the mill- K. Weaver, who left immediately Chamber of Commerce Monday night +

: ',. Both commissioner Mayo and fire protection chairman, John Cole?:'age levy proportionately to the for Wauchula when the message of in an' effort to interest the body in-

;' 'William L. Wilson, director of power chairman, and Sheriff W. T. increase in the ratio of assessed the accident arrived. Funeral a. movement to plant upwards of

';. '" State FarmersMarkets pronounced I Maddox, chairman of civil protection. value to full cash value, and it is services were held in Wauchula 3,000 acres of sugar' cane in west

ito '.;., the Jacksonville meeting the best .' I argued by some that 'with such an Tuesday 'afternoon and burial was ern Hendry County providing :.he.
;" f: .ever held in the history of the or- adjustment there will be no increase In the Wauchula cemetery. Mr. finished product could be market

ganization and predicted that sales St. Petersburg was selected the in the actual amount of tax Weaver's survivors are his wife, II!ed.
, for the coming year would top the next 'convention city by' the Civitan to be paid. I certainly hope such: Mrs. Amy Weaver, three' sons, J. | Ward said this would be of great

;:.:, record of nearly eleven million for International at the close of their argument will prevail, but it is K. of Clewiston, J. W. of Avon i financial benefit to the farmers Uu
,
'>. /}., the season just closed. Chicago convention. Delegates from still my guess your taxes will materially i, Park and Edgar, of California, and I this section who now concentrate

!>> p... : An, invitation to, hold the 1942 every state in the Union will gatherin increase.-Up or ,down, we one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Hat- on the growing ,of vegetables alone,

........ _. '",,> meeting at Tampa was ,accepted. the' "Sunshine City' in 1942. will see when paying time comes. I chett, who r ,s'ides in Alabama.: I (Continued on page five)
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I I' Birthday Party for Sis Our Wasted Hours

Statisticians have been at their

IAcL,1rlA favorite game again, and now
they have calculated the time we
Birthday parties given K- ,,%"- < J4 spend doing useless things. We
Ek by modern young misses are told that the average man loses
R E
P call for a great: deal of three days a year holding a buzz-

planning'as well as di plo- SCREEN IQ ing receiver waiting for someone

Washington, D. C. macy. For little ladies of y s: yyfG. By VIRGINIA VALE to speak to him. They say that

MEDITERRANEAN MIX-UP eight can be just as tem- .., (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) most people repeat themselves at
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Inside story on General Wavell's peramental and jealous as ONE of the most interest. least three times a day, which
amounts to
transfer to India, as told in diplomatic movie stars. Games shouldbe pieces of castingthat's One ,of the about 20 hours a year.
greatest thieves of
is that Wavell had '
scheduled
dispatches, as preciselyas
taken in time is indecision
place Holly- and
many pea
been quarreling with Churchill and railroad time table
a wood is the selection of Joan ple spend 15 minutes daily mak-
had political-military f1
opposed moves a
and refreshments planned : ing their
such as the campaign in Greece and Crawford and Greer' Garsonto up minds. In the aver
down to the last cookie. lifetime this
age
cuts off a chunk
Crete and the expedition to Solum. combine
their talents for
equal to 1%.
years. This is how
from the Amer-
More important Right: Dorothy'Edith the first time in "When Ladies other time is wasted: Waiting for
ican point of view, Wavell had favored -
the evacuation of all British Sasse, eight, whose dad Meet," a sc'reen version of meals, 2/& .years, answering the
took the pictorial record the door one year, traveling to work
forces from the entire Mediter- stage hit of some years
of this affair, welcomes the !% years.
ranean area. And U. S. military experts ago.

agreed with him-in fact, I arriving guests. t It's the story of a wife and the

urged it. .q'Sr y. +A' ,, : "other woman"; they meet without
So although in a sense General : knowing that they're rivals. They StJoseph
Wavell is being demoted, yet in other -I become warm friends-and the fun ."
respects he will be in a position : begins when their identities are re- : WOBtD'J ASPIRIN I I ill?
British URGES SELLER At
to command forces from an
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area to which he, had urged that
'British forces "retreat. "
Failing
For some time General WaveD Community
had contended that Britain's A churchless community, a
tion in the Mediterranean posi-I atiEi' community where men have abandoned

defensible. The British force'of q and scoffed at or ignored

400,000 men in the Near East faceda their religious needs, is a community -

combined Axis total twice as :: ir I *574qL dore,on rapid down 'grade.-Theo-
Roosevelt.
strong-400,000 Germans and Italiansin .

Libya, plus 600,000 Nazis in
Greece, Bulgaria and Rumania.

The latter figure has been partially r' KILL ALL FLIES

diminished by transfers to Russia; } z Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly
s $Wer attracts and kills Llee.o .
but Wavell argued that the Nazi- r { <,-(' Guaranteed, eRecUva Neat,
Fascist armies could concentrate j fti { N i v'r ry'r 4i. ? r ,d coaveNent-Cannot spill .
attack in one place while British k. Las t3 all season. 20o a aUtdealers.
z' 4 r h Harold Somers, Ins.,
troops had to spread out over a far- ; 1 W Da Salb Avs ,B'klynN.Y.

flung line from Libya to Syria and t
Iraq. Therefore he disagreed with

Churchill on all military moves
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which had a political motive.
GREER GARSON I Deadly Tongue'The
U. S. Worried Over Atlantic.U. ...__..n. __ __n.nn_...._,_.._. ___..__ second most deadly instru-
S. military and naval strate- vealed. The stars are fresh from I ment of destruction is the
FLOOR SHOW Smith talented is dynamite
Virginia a youngster, holdingthe
hits-Miss
with Wavell Crawford "A
gists sided were strongfor from Wom- gun-the_ first is the
the idea of a complete British floor here with, a recitation while the other guests listen intently. an's Face," and Miss Garson from' tongue.-W. G. Jordan. human

withdrawal from the Mediterranean.The _. ____tY<........."...... ...,m....,,,_.__... .. ... ,,,.,..____.,'q,.. V".v._........._ "Blossoms in the Dust." Robert Tay- ,
strategy behind this was two- :'. ,. lor will be the fought-over male. I

fold: ",. w I
1. The British have lost 40 per
Edgar Kennedy the "slowburn"star
,
cent of their ,Mediterranean
original
i w of RKO Radio's shorts, is pre-
fleet. The losses at Crete were \ :. c Y $ A .': ";:, paring to leave on his annual per-
much worse than officially admitted, 2
sonal appearance tour. He will be
and even in the Syrian campaign
accompanied by his wife, his son
naval losses considerable.
were
and Chester Conklin, and he will
Therefore, American naval men,
play Midwest theaters and fairs.
facing the probability of having to '
help the British fleet in the Atlantic, --7

did not want the fleet further weak Katharine Hepburn, whose per- 4tod '
ened. formance in "Philadelphia Story"

2. The United, States is' more in- g l'r put her back where she wanted to

terested in what happens on the be?at,the box office, will start work
bulge of Africa"'.around Dakar (op.. soon on another picture. At presentit's
posite Brazil) than it is in the Medi- called "The Woman of the

terranean.To Year"; she'll play a newspaper col-

this end, both General Wavell umnist who's married to a sports
and U. S. strategists favored the idea < writer. Metro feels that it's a good
of withdrawing British forces from rf title for a Hepburn picture becauseof s
the comeback which she in 5 5Rp
the Mediterranean entirely and establishing staged 0
a new line of defense 1Th1 "Philadelphia Story."

across the very center of Africa- ...... K
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from Port Sudan on the Red sea to :Miriam Hopkins withdrew from

Freetown on the Atlantic ocean. MAIN EVENT One of the games children go for most is the "Bad Lands" recently, giving two

.This. line- of.. defense_ .. meant. .. that. I ancient one of pinning the tail on the donkey.STAGE reasons, one ordinary, one unusual.
aoout 1,:>UU mues 01 me hottest aes- The ordinary one-she felt that the
ert in the world would be betweenthe pat did not suit her; probably it

Nazis and the British lines. I didn't. The title doesn't sound like

Over such a desert it is difficult for I S( I a Miriam Hopkins vehicle. The un-
tanks to operate without heating up; : : usual: one-she felt that Robert

also it is difficult for the average y4b, b b StAck, the leading man, was too

bomber to carry a load over such young to play opposite her. Few.

'_. distances. So it was expected that feminine ,stars would admit that!
the Nazis would exhaust themselvesin :
the deep, hot deserts of Africa.
Jack Holt's offspring are doing all
Part of the plan contemplated a right for themselves in films as is
highway straight across equatorial ) j _
; Papa. Tim is scheduled for six
Africa from Freetown and later AY "outdoor dramas"-just Westernsto

.. from Dakar to Port Sudan. us,) for RKO for 1941-42, and his

Churchill Says No. sister Jenny, who's 20, has been en- SEE DEMONSTRATION"I
.A..., 2. can't tell you how thrilled I am
However, Churchill was flatly op gaged to play the feminine lead in with the performance, labor saving
posed. So were many other British "Stick to Your Guns," a Hopalong features and beauty of my new I
leaders. They felt that the shock Cassidy ,picture in which that vet- NESCO Kerosene Range. I

( of withdrawal from, the Mediterranean eraniC.JVesterns, 'William Boyd, "Before you buy insist on seeing these
traditional sphere of British influence plays. Ifie lead. new NESCOS demonstrated and I
learn about their convenience
many
, and from Suez which had )K features and their fine cooking and I
lj .' been identified with the British em- Every so often somebody has the baking: qualities. You'll find just the I
pire for years, would be too much bright idea of trying to persuade model to fit your individual needs." !

fC for the British public. Maude Adams to come out of retire- Simplified Operation ;
'
:, This debate occurred before the ment and make a picture. Noth- "The large scientifically designed :

L Nazi attack on Russia and before ing ever comes of it. The latest to is oven fully has insulated a reliable with beat efficient indicator glass and

",' the British march into Syria. But SET Arrangement of the banquet table calls for an try it is Frank Capra, who- wants wool. Fuel tanks are easily accessible

after the slowness of Wavell's suc- understanding of the psychology of ladies of eight. All hats and favorsare her to star in a film called "Meet and powerful heat in various burners desired provide instant -.
; cess in Syria, all these factors culminated exactly alike to avoid loads of trouble.r1 Jane Doe, Mother of John Doe." degrees."There's
in his transfer to India. If she could be tempted to make a an enclosed storage space for

.: .,...,,...,,,. __ picture the of idle utensils and a removable burner I
There Wavell can concentrate on r --"" ''''''''''.v.'' opportunity working tray' that keeps the stove and floor
/ defense of the most important partof with Capra should do it. clean without back-breaking drudg- I

the empire-if ,the Nazis creep use ery.3 Staggered large utensils burners at the allow same me time to I

'' up on the Indian border in South 44yft Edmund Lowe and Victor McLag- and the convenient table top provides '
': Russia. Also, he will not be in the len, who impersonated marines in much needed extra working space."
Mediterranean, for the defense of Declare a housewive's holiday and
the; movie version of "What PriceSlory"
which he had hurry down to see the new NESCO
: no great enthusiasm.
z years ago, have become Ranges at your dealer today!
"Sergeant Quirt" and "Captain
"
MERRY-GO-ROUND r ar4 : Flagg" again; this time on the

4', It was a breathless day in Wash- air. They're doing a radio program ff.W Of n.1UES\

ington. The only breeze was kicked designed to promote recruiting by MAN
; up by the little subway showing' modern life in the tNE
: car running corps; b ..
I between the senate office builds it's a weekly feature, and should be [.J "... ::,A ::1< ;4';/t; {f:
ing and'the Capitol. Passenger Hat- welcomed by those who remember i" :
tie Caraway, senator from Arkansas "What Price Glory." ,
s clutched at her flying strands : !
fEEIJ"
,
I
'
hair.
05 Jack Smart, of CBS's "Meet Mr. !, .,
Curly-haired Sen. Berkeley Bunker Meek," met a judge last week, not ">,
of Nevada, who succeeded to the once but twice. Picked up for 'i\" ....... N: 1.0 ::> :' .' .", .' ..::": .$t{
i'O:: .PttCJr: % :SPACIOUS OYEN
of
seat the late Key Pittman
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;;_ misses a senate session and is assiduously for the fine, so the judge let him go ;. ;>:: ;Fg4. 1E.{:.:;f...$_ ':''ROASTER, ;>. .. .
studying parliamentary home for it. He hurried so fast,
Vice ee your deiler today or Vme'for dcrailj.
procedure. President
Wallace
: :: wanting to pay the first fine and
has called him to preside during his get to his radio rehearsal on time, NATION At W&ME IJNG;

-' absence more than any other sen- that he got another ticket for speed- oriel STAMPING COMPANY

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midst of a torrent of rain, when
the conductor put his head inside
and inquired: "Will any gentle- One reason jelly is tough is because Meals with plenty of color are ';

man get out and oblige a lady?" too little sugar is used; an- not,only more interesting, but are :f

4.e Chsi "She can come inside and sit other is overcooking. invariably better balanced than "
on my knee, if she likes," said a colorless meals. ,,'.,:

passenger jocularly, and, to his One teaspoon. of dissolved gela- .y:!
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I the summer sun's too hot, 'you'say? Fruit Cup
Noodle with Fried Chicken
Ring
Then 'you'll want a cool, gracious
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drink with tinkling your Noble
wilted spirits. Fresh Asparagus with Browned- S, t dyA Issues The sun, though it passes

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Indeed the pickup a
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I r simple drink of fruit juices, tea, or French. 'DressingIced day, Thursday each tea the souls of men we are to take
i frosty milk''' with shimmering ice. Tea towel boasts an industrious parrot care how we check, by severe requirement -
f The tartness of the fruit juices in Red Raspberry Fluff busily pointing the way to efficient or narrow caution, efforts FOR QUICK RELIEF

t these drinks will refresh and cool Recipe given. household'routine. Applique Polly which might otherwise leadto

( j you, soothe your disposition long and outline the rest of the motif, a noble issue, and, still more,

: I after ,you've sipped them. Besides Fruit Swizzle. or do these gay designs entirelyin how we withhold our admiration A Soothing Q A B W E
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be made from the with Used by thousands with satisfactory re.
1 tea parrotincage they are mingled rough
: to pep you up even more. quart strong suits for 40 years-six effective ingredients.
I For a really quick cooling drink 1 quart ginger ale motif. faults.-John Ruskin. Get Carboil at Co.NashvilleTenn.

j i you might try some of the prepared Juice of 3 lemons 50c:to Spurlock-Neal

i fruit juice powders on the market. 1 small bottle maraschino cherries

They can be mixed in a flash and Juice of 3 oranges Short on InspirationWe

; give a very satisfying beverage. The ,2 cups pineapple juice give advice but 'we do not
children will like working with '1, cup diced or crushed pineappleMix @lleAwhll inspire conduct. La Rochefou

!! them, too, and won't muss the kitch- all the ingredients together, cauld.
.n if they have this type' of easy sweeten to taste and serve iced.

\ preparation to use. Here's an old-fashioned treat that

be always makes new friends. I can To relieve
drinks
I Summer can especially
Cause and Effect to
Quick wooings seem be the
COLDS
1 1 '..:attractive.. .' cultivating'her voice.: t"
\ mint have ;.) kitchen smelled -
l ;' you "Yes-and the rest of us are Accompanist ,
; growing the when mother
1 on to growing wild!" "What is your occupation?" 6 6 6LIQUID
side of the house, used put it up "An "
strawberries '.- and then again organist.
Obliging Him "Organist, eh? And why did you
from the patch, I how hospitable Try"Rub-My.Tlsm"-a Wonderful LInIment
L.i'.M 3-- do- it
Farmer (angrily-What areyou give up?
- or long, lengthwise everyone thoughtshe
ing up in my cherry tree? "The monkey died."
ZL when
slices ,of was unexpected .
Rastus-Cause dere's a notice down
u; Without Trials
oc
n lemon to bring guests came and she -
I dere off de grassOne
to keep
-h out the delicate flavor of tea. Ice served this drink. It has a delight.ful 'He'dBeen Told He jests at scars who never felta

p cubes with cherries, red berries, : color, and unusual flavor. Way Open Sergeant-Now take that rifle and wound.-Shakespeare.
how it.
find out to use .
mint leaves, orange or lemon slices, Currant Syrup: With Raspberries. "What about your prospects of Draftee-Tell me one thing. Is it true

I or fruit juices all frozen in the cubes (Makes 3 quarts) promotion?" that the harder 1 pull the trigger the O WHEN ,IN NEW YORK CITY O
'
will make your thirst quenchers a 1 pint currant juice "Splendid, sir. I can't go any farther the bullet will go? STAY AT
joy to look at. 2 pounds sugar lower."

Iced Tea. 6 pounds currants If all the serials in the world ,EAST END HOTEL

Tea must be made double strength 1 pound sour cherries Cover Up were put end to end, they would FOR WOMEN
when used with ice, so use 2 tea- 1 pound raspberries Mother had bought father a new have to be continued in the next. Eaat 78th Str..t Overlooking East River

spoons for each cup of water. Meas- 1% pints water T.l.BUtt.rfi.ld 8-6490
ure ,,1 cup of freshly drawn water, tie."I wonder what would go best Conditional RATES-Weekly from $8 Including
Pick wash seed and the
dry cur O Meals..Dally$2.25 Including Meals O
bring to a boil. Pour over leaves, rants carefully. Seed and stem the with it?" she said coyly, as she "How,old are you, little girl?

., \ let steep 5 minutes, then strain into cherries, and the raspberries. Pound held it up.Father "Five, ma'am; and mother saysif
a pitcher. Cool, pour into glasses and mash them well and let standin eyed the violent-colored I'm good and eat my greens Center of Wisdom
.:..11 filled with ice, two-thirds full. Serve a cool place for 36 hours. Then .. horror and replied, briefly: "A and rice pudding I'll be six'next Man, know thyself! All wisdom

with slices of lemon. strain through a bag. Cook the beard!" year." centers there.-Young.
You can do such delightful things
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sugar and water until it will snap
, with this combination of tea, or- when tested in cold water. Then s
anges and mint, so here's a recipe add the fruit syrups, let boil 5 min- !
which you might like to try. It's a utes, remove from fire. Let it get
favorite! Vr.Q
company \ cold and then put up in bottles.

Orange Mint Julep. Cinnamon' Almon4Float.;
(Serves 10))
(Serves 6 f
6 glasses of strong tea '
Vz cup sugar
2 cups sugar tier teaspoon ground cinnamon
% water
cup 1 quart cold milk
1 rind
orange grated
1 teaspoon almond extract
Juice of six
oranges
% teaspoon vanilla
Sprays of, mint 1 pint vanilla ice cream 't

Boil the sugar and water and grated Combine sugar and cinnamon; c&1 ki VL9
I orange rind for 5 minutes. Re- add milk and flavorings and stir until &
move from fire, add crushed mint sugar is dissolved. Pour into tall
leaves and let cool. To the strained glasses and top each with, a gen- : d ;: ';a f;" .-?' ." 'sv"o .{V''C .;:
tea add juice and into ; ,
orange pour erous spoonful of ice cream. 4 rN' 4
glasses which are half-filled with
crushed ice, and sweeten to taste Coconut Flake Cookies. [p:
with the strained mint syrup. You'll (Makes 5 dozen)

like this garnished with mint sprays 1% cups sifted flour ,., 4f
and floating orange slices. 3 teaspoons double-acting baking L 1 :
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For a really exhilarating drink powder -
i that has nutritive value so vital to Vt teaspoon salt -
3 flakes THE SMOKE OF -BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS rb eb
lift lagging spirits, here's eggs and cups corn or bran flakes eleao lea
'
; combined 1 butter or other eke 'P
milk with fruit and juices. cup shortening ,
It's so-o-o. good and looks like a 1 cup granulated sugar ea Coo e err
charm. % cup brown sugar, firmly packed 28% LESS NICOTINEthan c e r
Fruit Float. 2 eggs, unbeaten +
etdFOrAS'
; 1 teaspoon vanilla
. ,- (Serves 2) )
1 cup water 1% cups shredded coconut the average of the 4 other largest-selling cigarettes tested-less than any of them

2 cups sugar Sift flour once, measure add bak- according to Independent scientific tests of the smoke itself. The smoke's the thing

Juice of 2 lemons ing powder and salt, and sift again;

Juice of 2 oranges add flakes. Cream butter, add sug-
s 2 eggs ar gradually, and cream together

Va teaspoon salt well. Add eggs, one at a time,

'i. % cup fresh raspberries or straw- beating thoroughly after each. Add r+ v
berries vanilla. Add flour and flakes mixture a

Chipped ice mixing well. Add coconut.

Boil the' sugar and water for 5 Drop from teaspoon on ungreased
: minutes Cool. Mix all the ingredients baking sheet and bake in moderateoven The Merchants Who Advertise Are Not
(375 degrees F.
except the ice and beat thor- ) 12 to 15 minutes -

,. oughly. Chill. When ready to serve, or until done. For variation % Prices
chopped nuts of' Their Merchandise or
pour into glasses half filled with ice... cup may be added to Afraid
mixture before
Garnish with a few whole berries. baking. --
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS
PAGE FOUR FRIDAY JULY r .
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paper offices and Chambers of !''gi'eater than' that of continental r i NOTICE
News
The Clewiston
Commerce are-we have acquired i i Europe and our industrial machineso Notice
Is hereby given that the
since moving into the office where efficient that with only twice the thereof as 'wllJ be necessary to following the described lands, or so much
pay amount due for
taxes herein
set
Published every Friday In Clewiston, the city hall used to be. In addition number of workers employed in opposite will be sold to the. .same". together with the costs of such sale and advertising,

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, to the customary questions Britain, our output is, nevertheless, at .t twelve 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. I we are asked for the chief of police several times greater. But he I. Florida. ,

I the tax assessor, the iPgistra- points out a 'darker side to the I '. x -Tax R. Y. PATTERSON,
I Collector, City of
Clewiston.
KEATIILKY BOU'DEEditor: tion books, the unemployment picture and 'says that our agriculture

compensation man, and other gov- is so backward in methods and r' ,'. .,.

Entered as second' class malt matter ernment alphabet folks. We were I results that it is about onefifthas OF-LAND DESCRIPTION .'r.- ,.. ,; : ;..". _OWNER. Amount Tazes and of r.
February 1, 1927, at the Pcst Office in asked by a negro jook operator to efficient as New Zealand's, one- Costs
Florida, under the Act of I I '
Clewiston March 3, 1897.Subscription help him straighten out his liquor third as efficient as Australia's, and. Lot 12, Block 22 .,

tax. ; and only yesterday a man came one-half as' efficient as Arg n-, i Lot 13, Block 2Z :..J ; I.. .. -"- John John Irwin Irwin -----64.10 'Y'
in and asked if this is the tina's. Lot 31, Block 26 515
proper E. B Northrup _
.
,
Rate $2.0O Per Year. j Lot 8. Block .1'39 t .; ; ?, o' 5.05
C. j
place to have his meat stamped! The United States Sugar Corporation I Lot 19, Block .IU- 1! .. '.." Mildred E. Miner -,: 5.06
Wheeler.
'
.
Advertising Rates On Application, I That stumped us. We didn't know is striving to change that pic I Lot'Lot 10 21,, Block Block HI" i .- Mrs. Anna Tabel 4.10 4.41. '

where he should go to have-ilia meat I ture. Applying the efficient meth- Lot 29, Block ',116.'l16N''!Z ,. W.W. C.J. 'J.Costello Hermann__':'; -_ 4.10 ;;,

Devoted to the advancement and.welfare /stamped. We referred him to j I ods of the industrial world to the Lot 32, 3'Block 6202 .- James F. .' -- 4.10 4,10
Lots --
of Clewiston and Hendry County. Glen Etherton, which it seems was agricultural world will bring abouta Lot 19, Block Herbert M. Turner ._...__.::.:..-_ 1.0
361.. .
'V. C. J. Hermann .., ,
the proper thing to do, since the' new day for the farmers in the I Lot 25, Block 353' Edith A. Becker, 4.10.,80 [
Lot 16, Blockr 3d!: l' .\:' -- -
county commissioners appoint the ; J. C. O'Neal __ __' <0:
United States. .. 6.00.
,
Lots 26, '
I 21 Block .41Z- ,, .... Mabel Francis ___ 4.10
MEMBER.FIARrAPR6SS.1SSOC1M1o. meat '
inspectors. '
Lot -
8 -
'\ Block 495!.::;' : ; J. W. Daughtry '. -,-.- 9,80w.X.
i

NAIIaVAI fl1itgRL1LASSOQM1t1V. Now the Red Cross flag will fly I FJ DEFENSE ;;:-:-:-: :..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..: :-:.;:-:-:..:..:..:-:..:-: ..:-:-:..:-:-:+:..:- <.

I at the community center on Mon ..;z.., j '._.o

days and Fridays. If you can knit .;. t- '
t0e
''or sew, go over. If you can't stop I .

N N:N N:N N N:..:N:N N:N N:N:N:N:N N: :M:N:N:N:N:N: 'I by the dime store and buy some
.- 1 i knitting needles and a ball of yarn, /I I X

and the Red Cross ladies 'will teach BUYUNITED f's.

.,
RAMBLINGS
you. AX

By B. B.
THE 'SUGAR IXDUSTRY LEADS STATES A X

,...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:w:..:+:.'.":..: ..:. THE. WAY tTr SAVINGS *A A t
p I
: -- tiP/J (IS HOT ;
No contribution that the Ever- BONDS I II :
The most popular indoor sport ;% A FISH :
this week has been making out your glades sugar industry makes to the AND STAMPS ::: nAT9 MnY e f.
nation, in 'opinion will be :
our more I
+ TMeYR* nor
personal property, report to the tax I
6'11N6(
valuable than the experiments whichit
assessor. Never before, we venture, ..
continually conducts to A
Jn the history of the state have:I bring I .47 'f
new methods and to f :
efficiency agricultural .
:Floridians been so busily engaged ?
development.The ..
'f..s.
with the process of making up a .;. .f.'
tax report. Insurance advertisers United States Sugar Corpora- ..

insist ,that every household .should tion has for the past few years experimented .A_. .. ':'

keep up-to-date inventory; if afire with lemon grass pro- AMERICA ON GUARD! ::: .a-- ay 6 :H1 ''. 'i's

claim, be duction. It began to grow lemon .:. -'" '." :s:
occurs, they you'd Above is a reproduction of the (Explanation on Page Eight) :'. --
Stumped to make an accurate inventory grass, which was found well suitedto Defense A +
Treasury Department's A
of your possessions. And the area, in order to obtain Savings Poster, showing an exact .;. C- .r. .Q.,
rafter the little experience we'veall lemon grass oil, a necessary com duplication of the original "Minute :: .I li/!! ,_ ,

had trying to evaluate our posses- ponent of cheap perfume and ex Man" statue by famed sculptor .s. :..

sions for the tax assessor we are .tract. This was successful, so the Daniel Chester French. Defense }A. 3 .
inclined to experimenters continued and found Bonds and Stamps, on sale at your .;.
agree. bank or post office, are a vital partof Now is the time of when
'. that the lemon grass pulp after it year people ::
defense
America's preparations '
had been shredded and pressed to :;:
It's funny how little things, rather (remove' the oil, made a tasty and start planning fishing trips-trips to the ::

than big ones,, annoy us. At :: mountains seashore. The _
this of the nutritious cattle feed. Mixed with IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY or surest way ::
period year every business molasses, a by-product of the sugar JUDGE IN AND FOR HENDRY ::
3_ to know you'll have fine vacation is is
is literally swamped with reports production, this by-product of the COUNTY, FLORIDA a to :

to all be of made them must out. be And sent practically off- lemon oil production has proven a IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATEOF ::_:: save each pay day. Start NOW on your :i:

wonderful cattle feed. H. J. B. SCHARNBERG, DE- ;
'with, check attached for some sort If you've ever eaten molasses-fed. CEASED :=: vacation fund. $1.00 opens an account. :;:
of tax. There's the corporation tax I NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL REPORT :+: ,
beef you will know what a step AND APPLICATION FOR : .i.
to the state; the capital stock tax; forward this is. Molasses-fed beefis FINAL DISCHARGETO ,-
the Social Security tax, in addition ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN A s
superior in flavor and tendernessto
: A
to those that the tax collector NJtlgEEISlAJ j
EBY' GIVEN that A
Western beef, and more so to our
gets. Somehow, we are not the undersigned did on July 16, 1941, A
at all bothered Florida range cattle. Our ordinary file In the office of the County JudgeIn
about the
reports, cattle taken off the range,. stall- and for Hendry County, Florida,
'--or_the._taxes,__ we just, take them at the Court House at 'LaBelle, Flor-
---- tor granted, but' H-never escapes fed, for a month on the molassesand ida, her final report and .application :1
lemon grass mixture plus all for final discharge.
our attention that the government DATED this 16th day of July, 1941. f
the straight molasses the cattle '
Y
:sends all these forms, and what- 1 MARIE MARGARET SCHARNBERG, A
will eat, gain an average of two As Executrix of the Last Will and A
ever correspondence they call for, Testament of H. J. B. Scharnberg, Y
i pounds per day, and the resultant (II A Y

$bother n a franked to enclose envelope that ,sort bu: of never envelope beef is not only of greater quantitybut 255 Deceased-July 18-25, Aug. 1-8. :...........................:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":"v 2

I decidedly greater quality. -- .
for us to use. This is but one example of the '.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:...
I in which the .: ) :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::
way sugar corporationis
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Our aviation training field west working to increase efficiency in Uw' n
of Clewiston : AA yy
grows closer day by American agriculture. And Amer- ...=. h
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day. This week the contract for! ican .s... .f.O
agriculture could well
use a
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its construction { Ii'
has
been
signed, score of far-seeing corporations like ...f.. '
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and two surveyor's flags on the this. .s..:. ENJOY AN .f.'f
Although industrially, the
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highway mark its location. Probably States + .: ::'X
United
by the time this is in print there nations in efficiency forges ahead of production of other, :::::: .-;' .. ;' :. .? ?

Will be workmen on the field to I in agriculture it is sadly lacking.An :i::: : ;: : :
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tackle the problem of drainaga toerect = j, : :
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Whatever we lacked being a bureau other nations. He says, for exam- .;..;. __ \.,. .' :::::0.
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of information-as all news ple. that our productive power .S'.S .. .:..t:
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!I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Greenberger 1'MISS SPICER TELLS PLANS Ward and the chamber go into the

land children, Jerry, Teddy and FOR, WEDDING TO SANDY BELL plan further.
i. I Polly Gay of Okeechobee, were ; The Everglades Catty. Associa- Dr. Walter F. Purdon
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f Personals ] guests Wednesday of Mrs. Ruth D.I I Miss Betty Spicer this week announced tion and District Market Manager Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon

Owens, plans for her wedding to ,John D. Kelly of Arcadia, have been Office,
Hopkins Building
Sandy Bell, Jr.,' which will, take waked I to meet with the chamber Clewiston: ,

I Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, place Sunday afternoon, August 3, Monday night. July 28, for the Daily except Sunday and .

Miss Pat Campbell of Miami was Sonny ,and Harry Vaughn and Mrs. at 3 o'clock. Th'eJ ceremony will purpose of discussing plans: for the Thursday '

;. a recent guest of 'Miss Betty Spicer.R. IJ. Vaughn returned Sunday' .froma be performed In the garden Rev. of the future welfare of the LaBelle State Evening hours, Monday, Tuesday,
Forest
two weeks' stay in Hendersonville, Spicer-Leydig-home, and Livestock Market. I Friday, ,Saturday.Johnson's .
minister of the
M. Bishop was a business visi- N. C. C. Taylor former Representative Stewart said he

tor in Arcadia.Tuesday., ,,, Clewiston Community Church. will.- would make every effort to interest

Mrs. J. H. Carmichael i. Augusta officiate. the state' road department in a

; I Jimmy.-"Hal1 left Sunday for 'Atlanta arrived Sunday for. a'-tweek's.! Miss Spicer's attendants will be proposed short route from Harris-

to f'resume his studies at Georgia (visit with her mother, Mrs' C. L. her sister, Miss Roberta Spicer, burg to north LaBelle after D. G. Fish CampNear

Schqol.oFTechnology. I IT Moran, and her sister and:" rother'l maid of honor; Miss Pat Campbell, McCormick reported that he had ( Hurricane Gate)

I Miss, Florence and J. W. Miami, Miss Ella Faye Price, Tallahassee made investigation and learned that I Clewiston, Fla.

i T Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Magili and ""n' .. : ', j Miss Christine Bell, Clew- 95 per cent of the land through Boats and Motors:-Guide Service .

,! children Janice and Harriet, are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. MtLendon" I iston, and Mrs. Reginald Cassidy, which the write-of-way would ba Rates Reasonable '..
visiting relatives in Lake Butler.D. I Miami, bridesmaids. Little Janet located is
owned
by W. H.
and son, Lamar, will return this one person Johnson, Mgr.
week-end from Western" North:'Carolina .I Deadwyler, niece of the groom, will I which would simplify matters in
G. 'Alston left Thursday for their be flower girl. this direction. The chamber
where they have spent I wU11
i Western North Carolina for a few I II ,' -'. I The' groom will be attended by 'back the movement.

I I weeks' vacation.Mr. .' I II I Ivacation. .' .':.". ;. t Robert Deadwyler of West Palm I CLEWISTONTINNING

I I Miss Ruth Marshall 'and Jerry Beach, as best' man. Ushers will I MacDill Field headquarters of & PLUMBING SHOP

and Mrs. Roma Horton of ,Wilcox spent. a few days over, the be Edward Clark, John Perry W. the Third Bombardment Wing is

Quincy were. guests Sunday. of Mr.. week-end in Miami with :Mis; : Mar- C. Owen, Jr., and Charles Roberts, soon to have two more giant steel Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

and Mrs. R.. C. Wilson. shall's sisters, Mrs. E.C. Black and of Clewiston. Prompt, .Efficient Service ,
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Miss Norma Holland of Gaines-I Mrs. Roy Kale. ', MRS. DURST ENTERTAINS WITH I five in all to ,keep pace with its PETER CHRISTENSEN Mgr.

ville is the guest of Mr. -, 't''f ; PAnTY FOR VISITOR TUESDAY ;growth as a permanent Army Air-
Patterson
Mr. and Mrs. W.; R. ,'_
E. W. Durst. :corps Base.
i of West Palm Beach were guests
I Mrs. E. W. Durst entertainedwith I
of Mrs. Patterson's father,
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McDuffie I Tuesday a Michigan party 'at her 'home
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. M. COUSE
and
M. J. Hirsch,
spent Friday at Fort Myers and the Tuesday evening' for her guest, Is Your Subscription Paid

Beach. I G. Niblack. Miss Norma Holland, of Gainesville. Counselor and Attorney at Law

Bowden' won a Building
Mrs.
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Keathley Hopkins -
I Mr. and Mrs.: Raleigh Mock accompanied '
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t Lester Jacobs of Tampa is visiting pair of hose as first prize; 'Mrs. FOR RENT-One four-room house.
Lawton
and Mrs. and
Mr.
Saturdays
by I Wednesdays
and aunt Mr. and Hot and cold water ,
his uncle I Carl Johnson a linen 'handkerchief and bath J
I'' Mrs. G. ,H. Small, for a few weeks. Mock of Lake Placid have returned as low prize, and Mrs. A. L. Hac- tub, all complete. See Mrs. J. A. 0:30 to 4:00, '
in
from a visit to relatives Georgia. I
kett a miniature vase as travelling Stone (Schult Apartments.) It.
reunion ofthe
attended
They a '
Mrs. Hansel .McDuffie and Betty prize. Miss Holland was given r- ,
Mock family during their stay. I
McDuffie left Sunday for Sycamore -
: remembrance.Ice .
I Ga., for a visit with relatives: perfume as a sodas guest and cookies .;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Mrs. Herman Scharnberg of ,New I cream y

Mr. and Mrs., J. Grady Niblack York, spent a few days in Clewis- were served' to Miss Holland, Mrs.A. =_i= Report of Condition of :y*
Mrs. H. R. Hall, .
ton over the week-end. On :Monday L. Hackett,
and West son,Palm Johnny Beach., spent yesterdayin Mrs. E. C. 'Mills and Mrs. J. F. ,Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. C. J.I I|:_:. FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON :|

Morrison drove her to Miami where Lovvorn and Mrs. Keathley Bowden.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Riddle of she remained for a few'' days on :g i= of Clewiston in the. State of Florida =|i:= .,

Arcadia today., are visitors in Clewiston York.business before returning to- New BY THE STORY ROBBER HOUR KITTEN CHILDREN"The ENJOYED :|:=: at the close of business. June 30, .1941 f:

-' ? ASSETS :XV :: .
'' E. Nall Robber Kitten" was the : < i',1 .. .
Mr. and Mrs. 'C. A. Miles of Mr. and 'Mrs. C. were
v visitors in West Palm Beach Sunday story told to the Pre-School Story y Loans and discounts (Including no overdrafts y

r Tampa were visitors. in Clewiston Mrs. Nail's mother, 'Mrs. ,A. Group at the civic center Wednesday ..t'z:. ) .................................................. $86,437.18 X

Tuesday. A. Munroe, accompanied them and afternoon by Mrs. A. L. Hackett. United States Government obligations, y

returned from there to her homein The page for Thumbelina in the .' .: Direct. and guaranteed .............................' ? ,' 79,400.00 :X: ,
Dr. J. W. Ezelle and daughter, '.. t
Obligations of States and sub-
weeks' visit scrap books was completed. X political y
Madison after two '
Emma Jane, have returned from a here. a Next week the store will be "The I =. divisions .............u..u.... .1 14480.00; XX
visit with relatives in Graceville. Cash, balances with other banks includ-
Country Bunny. and the Little Gold :: y
.:J. ing reserve balances, and cash items ;X: '
Shoes.
i Misses Betty: and Roberta Spicer Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary I.i.i in process of collection .................... ..... 360,651.00 y s
Those attending were Linda Lee, .
' and Sandy Bell, Jr., will spend tomorrow Louise Thomas returned yesterdayfrom :: ,
'I Bank. premises owned $2,795.28, furni- :X:
Marporie Brown, .
Guthrie
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I in Miami. a visit with Mrs. G. B. X ture and fixtures $1,046.93 ................ 3,842.21 yY
Thomas, Sr., in Safety Harbor. Accompanied Agnes Ann Hackett, Howard Smith, : ? -
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(Bank premises owned are subject %:::
I Ronald Hare, Wayne King and Ed- .
,, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. \ by Mrs. Thomas, Sr., :X: to no liens not assumed by bank) ", ; ", y
: George E. Crow spent Tuesday at they also visited in Ocala, Jacksonville die Musgrave. Guests attendingwere .;. Real- estate owned other than bank, ; ; ,--- :y!:

:1 Fort Myers Beach. with Mrs: Carl and Marineland:''_ while Mrs. Gideon Brown, Louise + premises .......................................:............ .,7 4,124.01 ._.
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Berner and children. away. Prewitt and Warren Brown. =X= Other assets ........... ......... ................... .....:::. ., 396.36 Vy
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j Mrs. Jetta Geiger, accompaniedby ; Miss Runelle McGehee and Mr. I BRIDGE CLUBS MEET :: TOTAL ASSETS ..............:.........>.....'..'.........,......:....$ 49,330.76 ...tt ..

Mrs. Carl Mizell of Pahokee, and Mrs.' Ivan VanHorn'f Belle "' &
LIABILITIES ::
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is visiting relatives and friends in Glade were in West Palm Beach Mrs.' R. M. Hare, Jr., was hos- y t ?' Xy

Colquitt, Ga., for two weeks. :Friday evening attending a double tess to members of her bridge club Demand deposits of individuals, partner- '. y
wedding at the First Presbyterian Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. G. E. :X: ships, and corporations ............ ............_ '!fI' 386749.41 :X:

Bobby Smith returned Sunday Church., The brides were Misses Crow, won first prize; Mrs. G. E. .;. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, .' 71;. '

from a' three weeks' visit with his Valerie Suther and Mary LouiselSuther Etherton second and Mrs. John :X: and corporations _.................................... '_' .57.00 :X;

).,. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. cousins of Miss Runelle and Elmore low. Mrs. Hare served I:: Deposits of United ,States Government: (in- ... ?: ': :?
with salad. ................ ..... -
3 Howard, in Savannah.Mr. (Mrs. VanHorn. Miss Valerie was iced tea a fruit .j.i eluding postal savings) ? 10,000.00 : ;X;

'- married to George A. Watkins of I Attending were Mrs. George X Deposits of States and political subdivis- y

i; and Mrs. N. C. Storey\) of I Fort Lauderdale and Miss Mary Crow, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. .{. ions .......................................................... "' 94041.57, X
Miami, former residents of Clewis- Louise to Robert R. Neville of John Elmore, Mrs. V. C. Wood- :X: Other deposits (certified a'ud officers' *s j*

,r :I ton, were guests of friends here West Palm Beach. ward, Mrs. Charles Miner, 'Mrs. .*. checks, etc.) ...... ...................................., 549.43. :XX :

Monday.Ben Harry Knight, Mrs. A. C. Carlton,. :: TOTAL DEPOSITS ........................$491,397.41' y .'

WilcoxMarshallMiss and Mrs. Foy Durrence. :_: 'Other liabilities Dividends Payable ........... 750.00 $:;:
x TOTAL LIABILITIES includ- ,
Bolton and Mr. and Mrs. (not y
Charles Bolton have returned to The other Wednesday afternoon +{ ing subordinated obligations shown :X: ,
club at the home of x below) ............................-.............:... 492147.41 y
met
Dawson, Ga., on account of the '''Ruth Marshall and Jerry bridge .t. ., ..
critical illness of their mother. Wilcox will be married at six o'- Mrs. Dave Alston. A pastel pottery .t. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .A'z.

clock this afternoon in the Moore vase was awarded as high prizeto y. I .., .t.
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Mrs. Robert. Smith and a set 't. Capital .. ............ ....... ._ $15,000.0.0
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight are Haven Methodist Church by Rev.S. I II .
leaving this afternoon for a visit I. Hendrix, pastor. The marriage of flower holders to Mrs. Keathley :._: Surplus '........................................................ 20,000.00' Xt :

with Mrs. Knight's parents in Mar- will be a quiet ceremony with Mr. Bowden as cut prize. '.* Undivided profits _....................................... 22,183.35 \
I I Mrs. Alston served sandwiches, I |. x
ion, Virginia. and Mrs: T. E. Markette attending '
and iced tea ':> TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .....: ........... $57,183.35 .*.
1'I. the: bride and sroom. la frozen fruit .salad, ..

, ; Mrs. Maud Hare has returned' I -For her --wedding- Miss Marshall Ito Mrs. Smith, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, j .::|.: TOTAL ACCOUNTS LIABILITIES..................AND............CAPITAL................ $549,330.76 :X,:
I Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. L. C. Miller, >. *
travelling'.suit .
: from West Palm Beach where she has chosen in
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r I '''B. '! :C: *This bank's capital consists of $ None of capital notes **
ft' underwent a tonsillectomy recent tones of blue and accessories of I Mrs. Carl ,Johnson, Mrs. G. .;[. and debentures; first preferred stock with total par value of $ Xt ::
ly.' ,red. After the ceremony the bride. Thomas, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. :'to t None, total retirable value $ None; second preferred stock with y

I -- and groom will leave for a stay of Keathley Bowden. (:s:: total par value of $"None, total retirable value $ None; and comX:

I Hayden Williams of Sebring, supervisor several days at Sanibel Island. ..[. mon stock with total par value of $15,000.00. .;:
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I of Highlands Hammock: Miss Marshall is the daughter of Planting ofConttnued ':I ,. MEMORANDA ."
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I State Park was 'a visitor in Clew- Mrs. Agnes Erwin Marshall and 'to ..

I iston yesterday. the late John Wilson Marshall, Jr., : ;: Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value) : X -
of Rock Hill, S. C. :She was reared ( from Page I) i:i* (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and gua- :X: .
I i)' Miss Lou and who often suffer loss in off _C ranteed, pledged to secure deposits and y
, Mary Zander of Okee- and educated in Columbia, South {;. other liabilities ......:........................................$54,500.00 :X
chobee returned to her home yes Carolina. She has' made. her homein seasons.A .
:::- (b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and y
terday after' a visit with her sister, Clewiston for the past 3a/' of Rep- ;
years committee made up :. other liabilities (including notes and bills :Xt :
Mrs. Wallace Arey and Mr. Arey. I and is employed as stenographer, resentative Elbert I\ Stewart, Coun- ,;c t rediscounted and securities sold under repurchase .*.

in the Clewiston U. S. Engineer of-' ty Agent Ward and R. N. !'tinier'k; agreement) ...................................... 13,000.00 y
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis and'I were appointed to look into quota ':s';: :$

daughters of Canal Point are visit- fice.Mr.. Wilcox is the son of Mrs. conditions for south Florida before ;,,t. TOTAL ......................................................."........$67,500.00 X:

ing Mrs. Francis' parents, Mr. and Mittie Redfield of Lakeland, Fla i. f
Mrs. A. O. Ward. He is a native of ,Branford, Flor=: i. Subordinated obligations: .t.
:: (a) On date of report the required legal reserve :t:
ida, and was educated in the schools ; .
against deposits of this bank was .$98,279.48b }
Mrs Carl Berner, Miss June 'there. He came to Clewiston nearly
: ( ) Assets reported above which were eligible as :s:
Hooker, Jo Ann Crouch, Carline 'I. four, years ago, and Is associated in PERSONAL ;_. legal reserve! amounted to _..........................384551.00 ..:-
and Bobby Berner returned Wednesday business with the Clewiston Radio ,,:" yt

from. Fort Myers Beach and Electric Company. Ruth husband : I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do :;:.
where they spent two weeks. I "Forget III"your He'll be' a lamb say ::. solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully.:. '-

BRIDGE CLUB GIVES SURPRISE if you will just, remember to .i: and correctly represents the true state of the several niatters heret::
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell returned SHOWER FOR MRS.. KNIGHTMrs. try a new cake once in a while. s.. in contained and set forth, to the beet of my knowledge and ft.

Friday from a two weeks' vacation, It's easy, if you just remember belief. :t"

during which they visited relativesin Richard H. Knight was to use Rumford Baking Pow- :;: Correct.-Attest. : l...
der. For with Rumford .
you
Savannah and other points in. given a surprise stork shower at 't. : ..
can use any good recipe that ;; .,, ; ELBERT'L. STEWART .:.
georgla. her home Tuesday afternoon by
takes fancy. Don't : '
your worry } C. V. PARKINSON
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members of her bridge club. The about how much baking pow- :: JOHN S. COTTRELL .
Kim Kolstad returned Sunday guests arrived in a group, brin'gingtheir der to use. The amount the _. ? C.- L. DOWNS .s:
from Brighton where he spent three gifts and refreshments wtih directions call for is the right 't.t Directors. .l'i ,
weeks at the boys camp conductedby them. amount to use of Rumford. 'to .t' '.

the Miami YMCA. The camp, Mrs. J. Grady. Niblack" Mrs. Carl never Rumford leaves contains a bitter no alum-taste. ::':. State of Florida, County" of Hendry;' ss: s:..t.z. :.
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which ,was housed in the building Johnson, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. FREE. Send for new booklet, :. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of July, .:.
erected as the Brighton Valley Inn Earl Smith, Mrs. C. E. Miner and oontaining dozens of bright ,;. 1941, and I hereby_ certify that I am not an officer or' director xs
about fifteen years ago, burned Mrs. F. 'E. Conkling and Mrs. ideas to Improve your baking. :: of this bank.x, :t'i'

early Monday morning, the first Clarence Nielsen were the mem- Address: Rumford Baking (SEAL) BETH NALL, Notary Public. '.f. -
I being caused by a short-circuit in bers. They !served cookies and Ice Powder island! Box R Rumford, ::: ,1\ly commission expires April, 10, S1944, :s:

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"I've got no call to save him. SUNDAY I The rrir\ p\t..y.s\ mv.sic:.:

I'm not going any place." Lesson whets it t,313-..,
There was a little silence, awk-
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By ALAN, IE MAY W... N.U. Release I ward for Bill Roper, as she sat and By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. \Jb..y ;
looked at' him. The lower lids of Dean of The Moody Bible Institute : 'i1Y9ined th ..t..

INSTALLMENT 4 can work'' out the "details any", way her eyes were violet, so that he Released by western Newspaper Union.) It pltjyedi 'l'. ch..f\dy

THE STORY so FAR: that suits yourself. knew she had not slept; but he could
"Let's hear your idea of it." not read her faintly smoky "tvme.or. to-day
Dusty King and Lew Gordon were Joint eyes.
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owners of the vast King-Gordon range which '"I'don't figure to take ,much with She was more pale than he had ever Lesson for July 20 Right \ my

stretched, from Texas to Montana When me," Roper said. "But there are seen her, and the passivity of her brand.T'\e\J
this string of ranches, they cons ''I need. First thing, I lb. ,
building up some things face made her look like a little girl
tlnually had to fight the unscrupulous Ben want seven of our camps in-Texas." again. Council nand bco Religious yrighted cby-.Internatlonat Sunday h-e.t. ,: '

Thorpe. Thorpe rivaled King-Gordon In pow Lew Gordon stared at the table, "Sure he said "that I i,permIssion.of Education: used by t'., >R!'}cc."rc-w. t
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er and wealth, but he had gained,his position with it, sorry
through wholesale cattle rustling and picked up a pencil" fidgeted didn't get to say good-by to you. THE RESPONSIBILITY __-.,/.1- \ J
OF % .
THE .
"Which ?
gunplay. King outbid':Thorpe In an auction ones Didn't seem like you were any place Jo. .
of valuable grasslands; the same; afternoonhe "I want the Pot Hook camp; and around." CHURCH REGARDINGBEVERAGE I) -.e.:' s s 1

was killed. Bill Roper.King's adopted the winter camp of the Three Bar, For a second or two the familiar ALCOHOL ;;; )_1

son, found out that he had been shot down and the southwest outpost of the twinkle seemed about to come into "

by Thorpe and two aides. Against the strong old Bar-Circle. I want two of the her eyes. "Did you ,hunt real Titus LESSON TEXT-I Corinthians 5:9-13: WNU Service.
opposition of his partner Lew Gordon, border camps; Willow Crick will do 218.
hard?
Bill decided to start a cattle war In GOLDEN TEXT-Ye are the salt of theearth.Matthew
for one, and the Dry Saddle Cross-
"Well-maybe' I didn't. I guessit 5:13.
Before leaving
'Texas against Thorpe. ing will do for the other. I want the kind of seemed like we'd already
'Bill went to tell his sweetheart, pretty It in
Jody Gordon, about his plans.o new Bull Wagon camp, and"the K-G said everything there was to be The church has a grave responsibility Say 6,76Q'Languages
horse ranch at Stillwater. "
said. regarding alcoholic bev
CHAPTER VContinuedBill "The brands are going to be terrible r "Maybe," she said slowly, "I erages, but in recent years it has It seems incredible that there

glanced at Jody, and her star- mixed up," Gordon said. didn't say everything I ought to j I largely failed to meet it with in- are as many as 6,760 languages

tled face was very lovely, highlighted "I'm only taking such cattle as have said. I want you to know telligence and enthusiasm. Let us the world, but a census taken re-

by the little fire.. He laced his are running under odd brands; all this: 'When you ride 'out of my life never forget that the first businessof cently by philologists reveals that 1

hand together to stop their shaking. our regular brands stay with you. there isn't going to be, anything left the Christian and of the churchis such is the case. Most of the lan-

"Tonight I told you father what I'm I've placed my camps so that your in it.'" to preach the gospel, winning men guages are "dead" tongues, and

going to do. My idea is to give stock can be worked as before. Her face had even less color than to Christ. It is not our calling to only 2,796 are now spoken, but

Thorpe his own medicine, and forceit Except maybe the Pot Hook, and before. "What did you say to my attempt by social or economic meth- even this seems a staggering num

down him until he's finished; a we'll come to some special deal-" father?" ods to right the wrongs of this world. ber.

Gordon threw his pencil down. "What did he tell I said?" Nor is "social with
wild bunch of our own, tougher than you ours a gospel" Among the white races Englishis
his, made, up of men that hate him "You're not getting anything out of "That I-quit you." the emphasis on "social." But have most 'widely spoken, then Rus-

to the ground." this that anybody can, use," he de- "Well-didn't you?" we forgotten that it is a gospel with sian, German, Spanish, French,

"And then-: ?" clared. "Don't you know," she said craz- serious social implications and re- Portuguese and Italian, in the or-
"I' think I'll know how to use it. "I wouldn't do that?" sponsibilities
"Raid and counter-raid, and what ily, ever ? der given. Of the rest, more peo-
he's taken, take back! Until his Later on I'll send you a list of the He was silent, his eyes on his To meet this- gigantic (and grow- ple speak and write Chinese than

credit busts, and his varmints drop northern camps I want; they'llamount buckskin gloves as he adjusted his ing) liquor problem effectively the any other language. "
to about the _same as the the buckle of his rifle boot. church must beI.
from around him, and he's just one rope, The present spoken and written
ones I want in Texas. "I don't anything about King- Separated From Sin (I Cor.
man, so that another man can walk: care vocabulary Chinese comprises'about' ::
"It sure sounds to me like you'rewanting Gordon said. "I don't 5:9 10).
against him with a six:gun, and Jody care 10,000 characters.
know that when'that's done he's fin- me to buy you out in cash, whether you stay in King-Gordon, A church living in careless world-

ished for sure ." Gordon said. "And if that's what's or get out, or where you go, or liness has no testimony against the

what do. I'd go with you if sin round about it. In fact, its in-
you
"Bill ? You can'tyou
are you crazy -
can't-" you wanted me to go; and if youdon't fluence is definitely on the wrong FEET CAN BEAT HEATGive
I- J LLUit side. The Christian is to be in the
know that don't know
you
,
His voice was bleak; it could hard- feet wings of coolness. Sprinkle
world but not of it. He must live
anything at all! ,
ly be heard. He was looking at his Mexican Heat Powder in shoes. Relieves
hands. "We've talked too many "Jody-you mean that?" with the'sinners, but he must never tiredness. Little cost. Lots of comfort.
1&& by word or deed, or even by his presence -
years of what ,couldn't be done, or "In King-Gordon you were on the .
how. Until now,' Dusty's out there way to big things. 'But I don't in the wrong place, seem to

tonight, under that stone pileandstill # rl care anything about that. Let the condone their sin nor fellowshipwith No Halfway

nothing to be done. I reckon cj break-up with my father go through. them in it. I hate to see a thing done byhalves

it's my turn to ride, now." IIJL Quit King-Gordon without two bits Here we have one of the horrible ; if it be right, do it wholly;
weaknesses of our day. Men and it be leave undone.-.
if
"But-all his outfits-his sheriffs, to your name. Take the least out- I wrong, -
his men-" post camp there is under the brand, women who profess to follow Christ Gilpin.'

'' and let him have the rest. I'll ,go (whether they really do, only He
I'm
"They'll quit, as he breaks. '
can judge) indulge in social
l a glassof
going after Cleve Tanner first, in the v with you and stay with you; and
wine, or sip a cocktail "for the

Big Bend; and when I'm through I'll help you in every way I can sake STOMACH SUFFERERS
of
courtesy, or attend gather-
with him, Thorpe won't be able to. to build something of our own.
ings which obviously
are non-
throw a feeder herd on the trail. He wanted to say something, any- Doa't Ir-"MATRS"formerly known as
Christian anti-Christian. If thereis r'.fo' ; "
or beneficially
Stomach Remedy
Then Walk Lasham in the north thing but he found he could not
; to be effective with used by thousands for over 80 years,tends to
dealing any alloylate the discomforts of temporary constipation -
where they're already hurt for lack speak at all. rti:
s problem-with the liquor problemwe with gas In the Intestines."Mayr's"thoronghly -
of the Crying WolfuntilHis -" Jody said, almost hysterically flushes and lubricates the intestines,helps to
,
mt. t have separated Christian eliminate poisonous waste products One dose
words were monotoned, but "Aren't you ever going to say anything helps to convince that life is worth Urine. Druggist -
..
living. or send$ ?&to Berosol Products Reckaway
Jody Gordon,.. bred, and born to the ?" ..eh" N.w York. Mfr of RIPANS TABULES,
,
II. Cleansed of Wicked PersonsI iu<4 it year for mdtgtttton and l=tI".
gaunt Texan plains, knew what a Bill Roper mumbled to his saddle
( Cor. 5:11-13).
wild bunch was, and what it meantto horn, "Didn't know you felt that
Even "man that is called
go against Ben Thorpe by his own way Wouldn't ever be any call a abrother" Pride No Reward
(v. 11) may not be'one
means. -any reason-for" you to let go all at all, but may be a "wicked person" Unless what occupies your mind
There seemed to be breath inJody's holts like that.
no (v. 13)). We are not able to be useful, the pride you derive
voice. "I'm spposed to wait She was leaning toward him now, judge any man's spiritual experi- from thence is" foolish.-Phaed.

around, and think well of you, while her voice gentle, coaxing, very ten- ence. His relationship to God is, a
with the wild bunch in a der. "Our little old
you gang own tfit-any
matter between him and God, but if,
crazy, useless feud that you can't outfit, any place-don't you see whata
in his life he shows himself
per-
"
win? ,"The brands are going to be ter- happy place we could make that sistently to be on the side of wicked- Nervous Restless

In the uncertain light of the fire rible.mixed up," Gordon said. be? A place where we could plant ness, it is the duty of the churchto
Bill Roper's could not be trees the water and watch
eyes seen; near have him "put from among"them
his face was a mask painted by the in your mind-I can't do it, Bill. them grow into big trees; and:we'd (v. 13). away Oil g Cranky? Restless?
embers. He found nothing that he There just ain't the money." be there together-" Can't sleep? Tire
We can only judge a man by his
could say.Suddenly. "There won't be any trouble about Roper shot a quick glance at Jo- 0 easily? Because of
actions, but we are required to do distress of monthly
Jody flared up. Her eyes that. In Texas I may need up to dy, and immediately sent his eyes I that for the sake of the purity of the functional disturbances? Then try

blazed, and her hair streamed back fifty thousand dollars; but I don't away again, as far as they could I church and the effectiveness of its Lydia E. Flnkham's Vegetable Com-

from her face as she sat up, as if have to have it all at once. It'll reach. If he had looked at her again, I pound.
teaching. This is not to be donein
she rode in the wind. work out easy enough, Lew." perhaps he would have kicked his Plnkham's Compound la famous
self-righteousness, but in humil- periods
of Irregular
"You can't, you can't! I won't Even the rough provisional terms pony stirrup to stirrup with hers and ity and with the constant effort to for and relieving cranky nervousness pain due to such,

let you-it isn't fair, nor right, nor that they were noting here provided picked her out of the saddle, and I restore such a one (Gal. 6:1): But disturbances.One of the most effective
decent-" innumerable complications. In thenext kissed her mouth, and kept her closeto medicines you can buy today
it should be done. We are woe- for this -made especiallyfor
purpose
"It's"what,I few hours worked it him-then and forever. But he
have to do. as they fully weak in the matter of church women.WORTH TRYING!

Jody stopped as if she had been out, many a consideration came up sat motionless on his waiting pony. discipline, and it shows in the in-

struck. When she spoke again her that Bill Roper hadn't thought of. "Look," he said at last-, "Lookif ability of the church to do valiant

voice was low and even, and so It was near morning before Roper you mean that, come with me. service for God and country.
stony hard that he would not have left to seek out Dry Camp Pierceto Come with me, now." 0 Eloquent Silence
it. his III. Intelligent in Doctrine (Titus Silence can at times be more
recognized complete plans.CHAPTER He could hardly hear her as she :
2:1-8; esp. 1, 7, 8). eloquent than words.
"I don't believe you. I think tomorrow said, "Don't you think you ought :
'you'll be telling me that all VI to tell me where you're going?" To be informed to be wise, able

this isn't so. But if you do mean it "Dry Camp Pierce is on his way, I to plan properly, balanced in j judgment -

-if you go on and do as. you say Bill Roper headed south shortly by a quicker way than mine is. and action, useful and effec-

-then you and I are through, and Idon't If he don't fall down there'll be the tive. Fundamentally every problemof Gooooeuo
sunrise.
after Today Dry Camp life finds its solution in a proper '
want to see you again, or start of a wild bunch waiting for me
be SiOrrfiOTTIr
would going east by railroad
knowledge' the doctrines of the
hear your voice. We-we had everything when I land in the Big Bend Coun- ENEIlSrRH
beginning the long roundabout
and you're it all way take that bunch and Christian faith.A e"y i I
; throwing try. I figure to +
which would bring him to Texas long worker without
temperance
away build to it, and add on. After that \
before Bill. With his camps as a Christ in his own life and his labors .
The firelight caught the glint of her -well, you know what comes after
secure base,Pierce was to begin the against liquor is weak, lacking the !
tears, and she turned away, head work which that.
would
missionary lay real solution and the dynamics to JRrkl
up, with a toss of her hair so that the foundations for Bill Roper's wild "And now, you're asking me to it effectively.IV. .
its brown mist hid her face from swing with that?" proclaim

him.Bill bunch.Lew Gordon had shaken. hands "Jody, I've already told you what Consistent in Life (Titus 2: E U M ATI S M LUM BAGQWNU
1-8 2 5 7). :
,
esp.
didn't
say anything. He had with him gravely at his departure; I've got to do.
turned gray-faced and he stared into It is what we are that speaksso
an uncomfortable job for Bill, which The silence stretched out until you
the .eoals. Presently, he thought of he was glad to get over with. But could have hung a saddle on it, and loudly that folk do not pay any -7 29-41 j

Dry Camp's story: "Seemed like Jody Gordon-he had not seen her this time Bill's eyes were on Jody, attention to what we say. This pas-

.he'd never fall ..' ." again at'all. He was thinking of her and hers were on the saddle horn. sage clearly states the fact and that both Willing Leads

Roper got up silently, and went now as she had flared up at him the Slowly she shook her head. young and old, both men women Willing comes first, then comes
out of the house. minute he said "I -yes, even the preacher (v. 7)areto
night before, warlike as a little eagle After a guess world the the working.
Lew Gordon was playing solitaire but very lovely still, with the that settles it, doesn't it?" present teaching before the of a consistent undeniable -

when Bill Roper ,got back to the fire in her eyes. "I guess it does." _
little shack by the loading Her face seemed blind ,and she Christian life.
pens. Watchful always, he knew when, exhortations of these
Read the'
Roper took off his hat, tossed it two miles off, a horseman dropped was like a ghost of? Jody Gordon. with care and -

aside, and sat down. from a lookout just at the crest of a Suddenly ,Bill Roper knew that if verses again great life

"We can just as well figure up the rise; and he knew that the rider' he did not take the trail he had apply them first to/your church.own What, with backache ?

terms. of the split." had seen him and was moving to in- chosen now, he would never take it and then to your own have /

"What did Jody say?" tercept his trail. at all."You. great Christian graces we kidneys function badly and vA

"She's quitting me, Lew." He did not have so long to waitas sure, Jody? You won't here! Note that admonition again and to again tem- WHEN suffer,a nagging backachewith

"What the devil else can you expect he had thought. No more than come?" there is the intoxicantscan dizziness, burning, scanty or too:,

her to do, if you go on with ten minutes had passed when the Again she shook her head. perance. No user of frequent urination and getting up,at',

this wild, stubborn-" unknown rider came dusting around A long, loose end of Bill's rope be sober, temperate, discreet, night when you feel tired, nervous,}
"I couldn't else." hand though he chaste, sound in faith, and so on. all upset. use Doan's PH s.tDoen's
expect anything the shoulder of a sand hill and head- was in his never for !
Lew Gordon looked baffled; obvi- ed toward him at the dead run. Roper remembered,taking it down. Hardly The writer of these notes is con are especially Millions of poorly boxesare

ously he had counted on Jody to I turned his horse broadside to knowing what he did, he struck the vinced that the only consistent position working used every kidneys.year. They are recommended -

turn back Bill Roper. the approach and waited. spurs into the buckskin pony. The for theChristian (individuallyor the country over. Ask yourj

"You ready to draw up the The rider was Jody Gordon. snap ofthe, rope's end knocked a flying in the church) to take regarding nelghborlr '

.,. terms" She appeared to' have taken to gout of fur from the rump of the alcoholic beverages is that of total

"Hardly seems it can be done in the saddle ia a hurry, for she wasn't black pack mule, and they were on abstinence for himself and the legal '

a minute. It'll take a few days to-" wearing chaps, or anything else she the trail-the long trail, the dry elimination of temptation from =

"I'm leaving in the morning. My should have been riding 'in. What trail, the trail of a hopeless war, others. I

:terms are few and simple. You distance she had come she had come: (TO BE CONTINUED, --




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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEAVISTON NEWS
FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1 )41


IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND defendants or either_ of them so de- of SWi4 Sec 17, Twp 43 Rge 28. complainant. and ', said suit is '
FOR HEADRY COUNTY,, FLOU-.I ceased; Charles A. Park, and- Cert. No. 21, dated 9-7-1936 NW% .in .the eaid court and nowpending and each and all ot'you by default.
IDA. '.' I Park, his wife, If alive, and if they of NE 4 Sec 17, Twp 43 Rge 28. and each, and all of you, and you.all It is hereby ordered that this notice
be
or either of them be dead, all parties Cert. No. 123, dated 8-1-1927 NWVl parties claiming an interest therein, published once a week for four
I' defendants SE> NW4 of NW'4 and consecutive weeks in the Clewiston
claiming interests under said except of are hereby required to file with the
Hill' to Foreclose Tax Ueni or either of them so de- exc SWIA of NEVI, of NW'/i Sec 18, Clerk of said Court your written News, a newspaper having general
RAY C. HULL, ceased; The Florida State Drainage Twp 43 Rge 28. (personally, attorney appearance circulation In Hendry County, Florida.
Complainant Land Company, a corporation, and Cert. No. 65, dated 7-7-1930 NWU ,) In said' suit on Monday: the 4th Court WITNESS my hand and seal of said
vs. The Scott Estate Co., a corporation, of NE& &, W& of W>4 of NEI, of day of August, A. D. 1941, being the Florida aK.LaBelleHendry County
CHAMPION, et al.Defendants. ., and to all persons having or claIm- NE'/i and E'h of Elh of NE'A of NEVs first Monday and Rule Day in said 1941 2nd day of July, A. D.
T. J.
the. described Sec 18, Twp 43 Rge 28. ...
ing any Interest in following month, and thereafter file with said
lands, situate In Hendry .County Cert No. 67, dated 7-7-1930 NEI/E Clerk your written defenses If (SEAL)
ORDER OF PUBLICATION I Florida, to-wit: except N'h of NE>4 of NE% Sec 19, to the bill of complaint In said any suit, ,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: All Section 5; W% and NW% Twp 43 Rge 28. at the time prescribed by law, or a Clerk Circuit Cou'rtHULL
J. Champion, and of NE'/i and W% of SE ,4 of NEi Cert. No. 124, dated 8-1-1927 NW',4 decree Hendry Fiorida-
_Cftampion.To T. his wife, if alive, and if and NW i of SE*4 and SE% of Section 19, Twp 43 Rge 28. will be entered against you :July 4, 11, 18, 2c5untyi
either of them be dead, all SEU of Section 9; All of Section Cert. No. 33, dated 6-6-1938 Gov
they or
under said 10; All Section 12; All Section 17: Lot 3 Sec 20, Twp 43: Rge 28, --- -
defendant neither of them so deceased S& of NEU 'and NW% of NEU I The assessment of the said property
H.J. Chapman, and W& of NW and W6 of under the said certificates issued was
Chapman; his wife, If alive, and ii SE% and SE,i of SEi and N>/& in the name of Myra Haefeker, E.\
either of them be dead, all of NE& of SEU and SW'/i and R. Moore, W. A. Latz, G. Bostick, J.
they or
claiming interests under said NE% of NEy of Section 21; All B. Maxwell,- Augusta ]I. Townsend,
defendants parties or either of them so deceased Section 29, S% and NW',4 and S'h F. B Savell, Unknown, E. D. Under-
; G. C. Bantz, and of NE& and NE ,4 of NE', of wood, R. E. Watson, Kenollna Realty' ,
Bantz, his wife, if alive, and if theyor Section 33, all in Township 46 Wm. P. Shaw.
either of them be dead, all parties South Range 34 East. Hendry Unless 'said certificates shall be redeemed -
claiming: interests under said defen- County, Florida.' according to law, the prop
dants or either of them so deceased; You and each of you are hereby ertydescrIbed therein will be sold
and Williams has to the highest bidder at the court /
Williams
C. Mable notified that a suit In Chancery
her husband, if alive, and if been brought against you in the Cir- house door on the first Monday in
they or either of them be dead, all cuit Court for Hendry County, Flor- the month of August, 1941 which! is
parties claiming interests under said ida, by Ray C. Hull for the purposeof the 4th day of August, 1941 I I L..
defendants or either of them so deceased foreclosing tax liens purchased by Dated this 4th day of July, 1941, .
; Chas. R. Coates and Doris M. complainant from the State of Flor- .,
SEAL '
( )
Coates, his wife, if alive, and if theyor ida and Hendry County under the provIsions WILLIAM:: 'IIJi.l.i;?'.*" '. -
either of them be dead, all parties f of Chapter 18,296, Acts of the ."WcTk"Circuit' It. Court'"of' -' -o'
claiming Interests under said defend- Legislature of Florida 1937, and to Hendry County, Flon.la. '
ants or either of. them so deceased; have subordinated the right, title, interest July 4, 11, 18, 25.
Louis Arquier, and Marie L. Arquier, and claim which you, and eachof
his wife,' if alive, and if they or 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 ,IA- THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
or either of them so deceased the complainant to enforce the same FOR IIEXDRY COUNTY, FLOR, / ,
r Alice M. Lockwood, and by foreclosure and sale and to have IDA.
Lockwoodher 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 dis-
interests under said charge the tax liens which have accrued Rill to Foreclose Tax Lien
defendants or either of them so deceased thereon and which are held by RAY C. Hull,
; James Armour, and complainant, and said suit is now Complainant, ,
Armour, his wife, if alive, and If pending in the said court and you, vs. >,
'
they or either of them be dead, all and each, and all of you, and all par- T. J. CHAMPION, et al, q,1CONDITIONED
parties claiming interests under said ties claiming an interest therein, are Defendants.ORDER .
defendants or either of them so deceased hereby required to file wIth the Clerkof OP PUBLICATION
; Marie A. Johnson, and said Court your written appear- THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Johnson, her husband, if alive, and 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, coo| Brune, Parker, Carey &
all parties claiming interests under I August, A. D. 1941, being the first Gans, Baltimore, Maryland; Robert
said defendants or either of them so Monday and Rule Day. in said month Pierce, Topeka, Kansas; C. P. Campbell, "
deceased; ,Dr. C. M. Snavely, and and therea.ftEflleu. 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. pmpJIDependable
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. I Charles A. Bartels, 4746 Virginia Ave-
and if he be dead, all parties claim- It is hereby ordered that this noticebe nue, Chicago, Illinois: Richard F.
Ing interests under said defendant so published once a week for four HInman, Chicago, Illinois:. Joseph Service
deceased; S B. Jennings, and consecutive weeks in the Clewiston Kammer, 1630 Coventry RD, Cleve-
Jennings, his wife, if alive, and If News, a newspaper having general land, Ohio; F. R Korns, Des Moines,
they or either of them be dead, all circulation .In Hendry. County, Flor- Iowa; Florence Lester Lemper, 2546 Low Fares
parties claiming interests under said ida. Broadway, Dubuque, Iowa; Millard F.
defendants or either of them so de- WITNESS my hand and seal of said Bannister, East Des Moines Iowa;

ceased; Charles D. Baker, and Court at LaBelle, Hendry County, I M. P. Sorber, Wilkinsburg, Pennsyl- Travel via Florida Motor Lines
Baker, his wife, if alive, and if theyor Florida, this 2nd day of July, A. D. vania; N.. :M. Bodine, El Reno, Okla- MAIN LINE to all Florida
either 'of them be dead, all parties 1941. homa; Albert F. Regal, Taconite, Minnesota and the North.
claiming interests under said defendants (SEAL) 1 I ; J. S. Gadd, .Alurena Kansas; .
'or either of them so deceased WILLIAM T. HULL, Sopia Becker, Chicago, Illinois; Carl Northbound
; John Zvolanck and Anderson, Honolulu, T. H. Ola Anderson -
Clerk Circuit Court,
Zvolanck, his wife, if alive, and if Florida. Honolulu, T. H.; C. L. Heren, Lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55 AM 1:25 PM s
Hendry County
-they or either of them be dead, all 4 11 18 25. Custer, Montana; I. E. Day, Medora, Ar. TAMPA .' . 10:10 AM 6:55 PM Costs Less than D'rivin
July ,
parties claiming interests under said r Illinois; Benj. Gill. Colorado Springs, Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM g
defendants or either of them so deceased ................ Colorado; G. R. Hawkins, Danville, Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM One Round
; J. JL Anderson, if alive, .and Illinois; E. Crawford, Council Bluff, JACKSONVilLE . 3:15 PM (11:45 PM Way Trip
If he be dead, all parties, claiming : NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Iowa; Anson Wheeler, and EuphemiaA. Ar. TAllAHASSEE . 445 PM 12:59 AM MIAMI ;
Interests under said defendant so deceased I DEED Wheeler, Battle Creek, Michigan; Ar. lAKE CITY ., .2:25 PM I:10 AM JACKSONVILLE : $ 4:70 1,65: $ 300 8:50:
; Maude :A. Goff, and (Senate Itlll No. 163) Daniel B. Dodge, Chicago. Illinois;
Goff, her husband, if alive, and if 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 ceinnes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
_ Paul O'Bannon, holder of tax certifi- R. L. Bushey, Castlewood, South Dakota DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVillE, ALlA- TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
------------- cates listed below, has filed same in HASSEE'AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND
; Thos. F. Edmonds, 1903 15th liNES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
., my office and has made applicationfor Street, N.W. Washington, D. C.; Benj.F. fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
a tax deed to be issued thereon. Chynoweth, Houghton. Michigan; __. MACON 7.25 13.05
Said certificates embrace..,the follow- J. Ed Tyler, The Mation No.5, H W. I- Southbound- Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45

MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ing Hendry described, State property of Florida in the; to-wit Countyof : N.W., Washington, D. C.: Fred R. Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS Cert. No.5, dated 8-1-1926 E& of Clark, Birmingham, Alabama.You Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
Haps: Estimates SW>i of NEU Sec 5, Twp 43 Rge 28. and each of you are hereby CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
notified that suit in has
Cert. No. 88,. dated 8-1-1927 SW% a Chancery Returning NEW YORK 15.85 28.55
JOHN H. DOTY of SEU Sec 5, Twp 43 Rge 28. been brought against you in the, Cir ( Lv. MIAMI . 10:00AM 2:00AM
Cert. No. 49, dated 7-7-1930 S% of cuit Court for Hendry County, Flor- Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 455 AM
Engineering Consultant ida, by Ray C. Hull for the purposeof
NE', of NW1A and N of SE& of
Clewiston Fla. NWU Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28. foreclosing tax liens purchased by DR. H. B. MILLER Agent MILLER'S DRUGSTORE
Hopkins Bldg.. Cert. No. 25, dated 9-5-1932 NW% complainant from the State of Florida ,
and under the
of NW& Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28. Hendry County pro- PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
of the
visions of Acts
Chapter 18,296,
.I Cert. No. 14, dated 9-4-1933 S% of '
of Florida 1937 and to
SE'4 of NWyt of NW'i and E% of Legislature ;,;
have subordinated the title Interest
right, -
SWi Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28. iC
and claim which and each
,
......... .... .. .... ........ ..:..:. Cert. No. 93, dated 8-1-1927 NW& of have claim in you the follow-
: : : : :-:-:-:-: : :-: :--: : :-:-: : : : :-:-: Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. you, or

.0.: i" 5: Cert. No. 50, dated 9-5-1932 SE'/i ing. described lands' :
-J'i s: t: : Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. All Section b; VV'A and NW; of
:!:: ; ::: Cert. No.9. dated 8-5-1935 S% of NE% and W:% of SE'" of NEV i

.-. Y.."... .:. NEIL Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. and NWi of SEA and SEi of
Cert. No. 10, dated 9-7-1936 SEi SE& of Section' 9; All Section 10; p e hu aveir
;'. THE PORPOISE IS NOT A .;. of NWU and E1h of SW& Sec 8, Twp All Section 12;' All Section' 17; S% as
43 Rge 28. of NEi and NWi of NEi and
o: FISH :: Cert. No. 25, dated 6-6-1938 Wi& of W% of NAVU and Wlh of SE% ;
s' 's' W% Sec 8, Twp 43 Rge 28. and SEi of SE?; and N% of
':' The porpoise is an aquatic, :t: Cert. No. 11, dated 8-5-1935 Beg NEU of SEii and SWi and NEU
NW Cor NE -SW E 40 of NEi of Section 21; All Sec-
:: :: % %, S 40 rods,
, warm blooded, air-breathing rods, NE to NE Corner NE'/i-SWU, tion 29; S},& and NW'i and SIRS -
,'i' mammal. Its name literally: :'i't i: W 80 rods to beg, Sec 9, Twp 43 Rge of NEJ4 and NEtt of NE'A of "
:: :: Section 33, all in Township 46
+; means "pig fish"-referring, to ; 28.Cert.. No. 147, dated 1905 SIB of South, Range 34 East,. Hendry
t 's' its snout. 1. "Uncommon '-; NE34 of SEU except a strip of 5 acres County, Florida.
_: Knowledge" o. W. Stamp- :i: off North side and except 3 acres in by foreclosure and sale and to have
..' .. SE Corner, also a strip 264 ft wide the said lands sold under a decree of
..5.. son. .I. off N side SEii-SEU Sec 17, Twp 43 the said court to satisfy and dis-
._. ._ Rge 28.Cert. charge the tax liens which have accrued -
(..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:! No. 63, dated, 7-7-1930 SW 4 thereon and which are held by
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