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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLTflUE 115: NUMBER 33 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, :1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR '




Sugar Quota Increase Is I'-Air Raid Posts Warning'Established Air Training Base Here


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Announced By D., of A. Two of the six air raid warning Is First Oi Basic Fields 'fI

posts which were established in I I ,.

0 Hendry County this week by the I c t

EFFORT IS BEING MADE TO I Pre-School Story Hour county defense council will be located Kiwanis Club Sees BOTH BRITISH AND AMERICAN

DECREASE PRESENT MARKET in the Clewiston area and I CADETS TO BE GIVEN SECOND P'

PRICE OF SUGAR plans made for location and PHASE OF TRAINING
Has Good AttendanceThirteen were I Movie At MeetingThe 'r
'
personnel 'on Wednesday; The locations .
'
The United States Department of will be kept secret except Preliminary construction work

this week announcedan at the new aviation training base
Agriculture those volunteers who will
children attended the from .man members of the Kiwanis
increase in the U. S. sugar quota the stations. eight miles west of Clewiston
pre-school age story hoir group at Club were entertained Wednesday
1941 said to be caused by a' was begun of last
for ; \ on Friday .
the Community Center Wednesday The American Legion is manningone evening ,at the regular dinner meet-
'
desire to'decrease the sugar price, : week and the development is expected -
afternoon. Mrs. A.., L. Hackett told of the stations and C. E. ing with a movie entitled "Air By
of 502,002 short tons for all producers to be rapidly accelerated be-
the story of the Countiy-Jlabbit Berner canvassed the membershipof Carrier, an educational film on
ginning this week-end when' some
and the Golden Shoe. Illustrationsof the post and soon secured the conditioning, shown by Jerry ,

Of this amount' Florida and the story were, begun In each necessary twenty volunteers to Wilcox. of the main construction is 'schedul-
I ed to begin.
'
Louisiana cane sugar producerswere child's scrap book. take care of it. G. Small arrangeda Four members of the club, A. W.

''given an increase of 31,562 Next week the group will re-tell personnel for the other station. I Lawrence, Jerry" Wilcox, J. F. Details relative to the cost of

but to date the division of the increase the stories used 'during July and The other four stations will be in Tippey and Gideon Brown attended the field and the number and type '

among the producers of the 'seals for perfect ,attendance dur- the west side of the county and are I an. inter-club meeting af noon of buildings 'to be erected have not "

two states has not been made. If ing the month will be given. being set up by Sheriff Bill' Mad- I the same day in Fort Myers where as yet been released but J. P. Rid- ;

figured on the customary quota Those attending were Linda Lee, dox who has charge of this par- the District Governor, Frank die of Miami who will operate the ,' ;,

basis the' increase to the United Agnes Ann Hackett, Marjorie ticular work for the defense coun- I Wright, was a guest. The Clewis- field was contacted by telephone in

States Sugar Corporation would Brown, Beverly Carlton, Ronald cil. ton delegation had their picture Miami yesterday by the News ',

figure, approximately 5,000 tons. Hare, Paul Bowden, .Wayne King, While there ,will be no neces- taken with Mr. Wright and it appeared and he promised full details as soon :

Deliveries of sugar during the ,Mary Jean King, Diane Mathis, Sue sity for manning these posts except on the front page of the as it was possible to release them. ,

first six months of this year have Cornette, Bethy Howard, Gene in the event of a national Fort Myers News-Press Thursday (A news item appearing In the

been unusually )heavy: and if continued Mathis and John Perry. emergency there will probably be morning. Miami 'Herald, one day this week '':' ;rr

through the last six monthsin several mentioned the 'new field and stated lh
practices held to acquaintthe
the same proportion it is estimated that it would have a capacity of
with the work
personnel expected
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that about 300,000 tons II 250 student pilots. of '
Completion
5 CANDIDATES ARE of them in such'an emergency. CONTRIBUTIONS TO
more would be.. received than is Each of these stations midst be the field was' expected within/ sixty '

for by the Departmentof days.
provided within fifteen of'a telephone _
seconds -
Agriculture after the increase. QUALIFIED FOR CITY and each man on watch will RED CROSS HEREMOSTJENEROUS This new field is listed to be used L..

The increase provides for a sup- I be schooled in ,ways of recognizing for the advancement of primary "

ply of 7,627,561 tons, raw value, students through the second
or
J various types of planes and in re-
which with the 1940 deliveries COMMISSION POSTSThe '
compares porting the number, location and' basic, phase of military aviation :;

4? of 6,890,000 tons. other information in the briefest. and as such becomes the first basic \

Maintenance of the present deliveries I possible manner. training field to be built in South ,

through the remainder of qualifying deadline for: .candidacy It seems there is no end to thE: I Florida. It will have, ultimately,

the year is not expected by national in the first Clewiston city I generosity of Americans where the a capacity of 500 or more studentsand

sugar heads as a shortage of 'election passed last Saturday withno Red Cross is concerned, and every both American and British \

shipping facilities is expected to' candidates announcing in ad- call for volunteers to help with fliers '''will be trained. ,

shorten considerably the deliveries 'dition to the five present commissioners ,New Laws ExplainedBy making garments for British relief C. F. Wheeler of Miami is the w

from the Philippine Islands and who had previously submitted has met, with gratifying response contractor for the new field and is

Hawaii and possibly other: produc- their petitions of candidacy. Local LegislatorBy and Clewiston folks have headquartered at the Clewiston Inn.

ing areas. --,This lack of, shippingis These five commissioners, 'F. Elbert L. Stewart, done and are doing their share. The The construction superintendent a

also expected to remain as a Deane Duff, Rl: Y. Patterson, E. E. production; committee' two weeks who is also located at the Inn is -

buoyant factor' in sugar prices. Kelly, J. A. :McGehee and M. W. Representative Hendry County i I ago reported the completion and I J. W. McSheehan. Several local _

The increased consumption of Bigg, will be automatically re-elect shipment 'of two large boxes of workers have already secured employment ,

sugar in the .first half Of this dear ed at the"'election on: ,September 2 sweaters, sox, dresses and layettes.It at the field.

j but it will depend how EVERGLADES DRAINAGE failed to mention, in the list of
which necessitated the quota upon many The first work done at the field
crease is',accounted for in part in-I votes each candidate gels as to 'his volunteers, a very substantial'con- was the levelling down of the canal "
the fastest moving
Undoubtedly tribution ofi labor. O. A. Clark,
greater :,tional purchasing term of office. The two receiving,
-p spoil bank along the north and east .
legislation of nature
through mono job ari/V bettfc salaries the highest. number .JQ*,votes will' he general passed I local agent for Tamiami ,Trail sides of the four-square mile' tractto
;; the 1941 session of the'
during ; Tours, Inc., volunteered his services -
"in the efe"nseDirt -inituEtnie _, !elected for four year'te'rms and the be used' asa roadway' and theconstruction .
Florida 'Legislature' "the Everglades "
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; and tfi t'of ,trie 'truck line in -
other three for two year terms. : -- '
I of an'office' building; : ,
Drainage District refunding
getting these boxes to the
Being Hauled To The polling place will be at the ware- tool shed and cement house in the
act?which of course, by special ef- house in Jersey City.
I.city hall and every citizen should southeast corner of .the field. The
fort on the part of Governor Hol-
Repair School Grounds remember to vote on September 2. The TTT trucks p'icked'up the field is located just a mile east of
hand had been planned and given '
packed boxes and delivered them
the Lamooreton Club and lies south
\. City elections will be held
every
.:.- careful study by the members af- I
to West Palm Beach free of charge; of the road. The property is said
two years under the city charteras fected weeks prior to the conven-
Work has, begun this week on revised by special legislative act ing ,of the session. in West Palm Beach they placed L to have been owned by the Aripeka .',

,hauling dirt to fill in the 'school at the recent session of the State them in the hands of another trucl?: Farms Company and had been under .;:
and better drain- For ten or fifteen years the bondholders line-the Flamingo-which carried Cattle -+
grounds provide Legislature. Had there been ten lease to the Lykes Bros.

age during rainy days. It is not or more candidates for the com- j the district and landowners them to Jersey City-also free oi Company. Whether the land was ,;:

'known just yet how far the work mission a primary election would I j have fought over ways and I charge. The money thus saved in L purchased or leased'for the field:-' '- k

will be carried since sufficient funds have been held in August and the I means for the district to refund' I freight costs will mean more money has not been disclosed. -

have not been obtained to com-' its seventeen million dollar indebtedness in the Clewiston Red Cross chapter the ;.'
general election in September. As .1 The field will be operated by
,plete all that is needed. there are only the five candidatesthe on a basis that the assets"the' for local work, since each chapter Embrey-Riddle Company which is-

The movement was started by primary will not be necessary.. of district could pay without assumes responsibility of get- already operating training fields in _
| confiscation of property, the land-I
the Clewiston Parent-Teacher As (Continued on Page 7) Miami and Arcadia. A rumor that
j I owners taking the position that the
sociation through the efforts of Local Scouts Attend bonded the field here would be retained as
district and with-
was over
.. Mrs. Carl Berner, president. A I U.S.O. Quota Is a permanent training field regard-
out ability to from a produc-
committee composed of M. W. Bigg, pay less of the length of the national
District MeetingDavid tion The bondholdershad
R. Y. Patterson and C. H. Berner standpoint. Still $10 ShortA. emergency was substantiated by Mr.
taken the position that they
has been busy soliciting donationsand II ',' Riddle yesterday.It .
should receive one hundred per
the response has been generous.A. Thomas and Raymond is said that barracks and other
cent for the indebtedness
payment
O. Ward, chairman 'of the school W. Lawrence, treasurer for buildings will be constructed of ..
Trice of Clewiston troop 23
were (notwithstanding the fact they had
board, stated that the school board the United Service Organizationdrive concrete blocks for permanency and 11
advanced to second-class scouts and secured a large portion of the
is interested in the project and in Clewiston, said this morn- that hangars will be of prefabricated -
Bobby Broadfoot, Sherwood Hall bonds at materially reduced fig-
hopes to find funds to help with its a ing that the $200 quota was just steel construction. A swimming
and Oliver Martinez received merit
ure.) Such difference of opinions
completion. The board is very appreciative badges 'at the monthly GladesHendiy brought about from the bondholders $9.80 short and he is hoping that pool, tennis courts and other im-

of the cooperation and this small amount will be raised provements are also included in
Boy' Scout district meeting numerous attempts at litigation .
help of local citizens and, of the very shortly so that the money can the '
-'- held Tuesday afternoon and nightin through all the courts to force suf- program.
P.-T. A. be sent the national headquarters.
LaBelle.: ficient tax levies each year to re-
The school grounds are low and F. D. Duff headed the
Mayor
Aviation and basketry merit tire the indebtedness at face or full
: Official
:). the playgrounds ,remain damp with I drive as chairman and several pe- CAA Inspects
landowners
The
badges were awarded to Bobby value. realizing
occasional showers of rain. I the
even titions were circulated through
Broadfoot; pathfinding and per- such levies were beyond the abilityof Sites
When several days together have Local Airport
rainy come community. These petitions
sonal health badges to Oliver Mar- the property to pay made des-I
or when there is a heavy now been turned in but it is ex-
tinez and aviation badge to Sherwood perate efforts through the' legisla-
downpour the entire ground and that the amount lacking
pected
Hall. Joe ture the several to
Daughtery of the and by courts Civil Aeronautics
the concrete sidewalks and that Phillips Moore,
even are will soon be made up
LaBelle received declared void several of the.
troop merit. badgesin have D.'V..
frequently under water. Last termit Clewiston will'have successfully official, accompanied by
and (Continued on Page 7)
pathfinding personal health
Cole of the State ,Road Aviation Di-
was impossible to hold schoolone completed :its first U.S.O. quota.
and also his promotion to
the
rank
because the sidewalks vision, were here Wednesday to
day were I
The funds used to
of Star Scout. Clewiston Wins Over raised are
under three Inches of water and no ad- inspect sites for a proposed new
The Moore Haven operate recreational facilities ,
troop had CAA airport for Clewiston.
one could enter the building' with- I
three advancements in jacent to the various army camps
Jimmy Don Belle Glade Sunday accompaniedon
out wading. for The two men were
the benefit of the soldiers.
Wilson, George Skinner and Kenneth .-
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Plans for filling In the groundsand --- their inspection by Jay W. Mo-
for drainage ditches the Farnam who received their ran, general manager of the Unit-

sidewalks and across the along ground (Continued. on Page C) Hooky Avant, pitching his first Two Negro Houses ed States Sugar Corporation, and
game for Clewiston this season, he'd !
have been worked out after con- I by A. R. Broadfoot, head of theU.
the Belle ,Glade team to a few
sultation with those in charge of Five Draftees To scattered hits in Sunday's game on Burned On FridayThe S. Engineer su-office: here. ..

drainage on the city streets. If ''the local diamond, successfully It is understood that the CAA is

fc, there is sufficient money to com- Leave August 5th countered the visitors' lone sc',ring fire department was called asking for a full section of land

plete the project it is thought, that .. threat in the' eighth inning and to the, far section of, Harlem early for the new airport, close into

the problem of wet, school groundswill won by a 2-0 shutout. I Friday morning where two 'negro town and that the section just east

be ended. Vincent Oglesby 'and Chester I I Beardsley and Vaughn scored houses were destroyed by fire. The of the Industrial Canal lying between ..

Joyce will represent Clewiston in the two lone tallies for Clewiston I houses were the property of Johnnie Road 25 and Hooker's Pointthas .

NEW RESTAURANT OPENS II the first quota of five white draftees in the 'sixth inning to give the local I I Johnson and' Mary Mills' and been offered as the first ckoice1-

ADJOINING CLEWISTON BARA called from Hendry County' for Au- I boys their margin of victory. the total valuation was about $1- site. Other prospective sites In- '-

gust. I II I carried.It 'spected were not disclosed.The .
Avant, who has been working ic 000. 'No insurance was

new restaurant opened for These two young men will meet I I New York pitched several games is not known how the fire Clewiston airport has been

business yesterday morning In the James Louis Harvey of Denaud, for a railroad team there and hada originated, but it is supposed that approved and it is ;probable that a*

room adjacent to the Clewiston Bar Luther Patrick Austin, Jr., of La- very successfui.tseason. an oil stove caused it. The de- contract will be let for consfcrmv

which will be operated by Mrs. Belle and Tallie Lawton Guthrie of Playing for Clewiston in Sun- partment was called too late to tion soon after details as to lai .

Louetta Perez and her ,daughters. Nashville, Ga., here at 7:45 Wed-,, day's game were Roberts, lb; prevent the loss of the two houses, and titles, etc., are cleared

Mrs.. Perez has been connected nesday, August 5, to be, sent to the Wlnn, 2b; Stone, ss; Vaughn, '3b; which were very close together, This is to be what }

for several years with the Clfcwis-'.. U. S. Army induction station at ABell, If; Clark, cf; Beardsley; rf; but prevented the flames from No.
ton Cafe.'
Camp, Blanding. \ Avant, p; Bass, c. spreading further. v

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next two )'ears. While factories, ammunition plants and shipyards Illlm 1. Who began a famous oration be found where?

feverishly with production, the ''nation' inventive genius works behind CHANGES IN PRESIDENT with the exclamations: "What a The Answers
mechanized time! What a civilization!"?
locked doors to develop new types of equipment. monthsof 1.
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'. the outlook of the President. He is 3. A rope which holds a sail in
y 3. What part of sailboat
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worried. Also
more serious, more a certain position.
.i t he is more circumscribed. The latter known as the sheet? 4, Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos.
is important, because it means 4. What are' the names of the 5. The origin of the universe.
t 'h.lf that he sees fewer people, loses Three Fates? 6, Four-New Mexico, Arkansas -
f ; some of his old contacts. 5. Cosmogony is a theory of Louisiana and Oklahoma.
: 1 his first eight in what? 7. On
During years a warship. It is a device -
t\a office, probably no President in his- 6. How many American states against mines. An explosive

.,.., \ 'CIl tory was in closer touch with the border on Texas? paravane is used against subs.
; country as a whole than Franklin
Roosevelt. Not only did he see a -

I ::1 bor great leaders number, business of congressmen men and ,poli-la- t Right: Care of Dog in Summer; I I

ticians during his daily routine, but _
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he traveled more than any other I
President. Several times a year he baths
as this removes the oil he
took turns round the country, kept :' needs to keep his coat healthy.
his ear to the ground. met all sorts *
of people. Our 32-page booklet gives'the simple all-
Ever since the international emer- year-round care that keeps a dog healthy.
Tells how to choose your pet feed, housebreak .
he has stuck close to Wash-
gency, and groom him; how to train him
ington. Not once has he got out to do clever tricks. Advises on dog sick-
into the Middle West, even during, nesses; has information on rabies. For
the 1940 campaign. Seldom has he your copy send order tREADER.II0llE /):

gone farther away than New Yorkor )
down the Potomac. Thus he has FrIt,4 : L SERVICE
M missed the relaxation, the ,rest, and 635 Sixth Avenue New York City
the obvious joy he used to get from V4 Enclose 10 cents in coin for your
e his roving junkets. Also he has CARE copy of FOR HOW YOUR TO DOG.CHOOSE AND

missed Note-The his old President personal boasts contacts.that Name .............................._

he rests on a railroad trip, and Address .............................
this is really true. He seems to
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1 x b h occasion orders have been given to "DOG DAYS arc coming, but
the train engineer to stretch out a : they needn't bother your pRllM

ra run between towns in order to give dog. With simple 'right summer
j'q > the President extra sleep., care he'll be healthy and cool as

More Gold Braid. a cucumber!
Roosevelt's contacts thus are lim- Do not clip him, for he sheds
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ited by remaining in Washington, his undercoat, leaving his outer KoolalD
and in Washington also, he is more coat to protect him against the
circumscribed than ever. He does hot sun, flies and mosquitoes.Comb .
With an appropriation of not see nearly as many members of and brush him regularlybut -
$11,587,000,000 for a two- congress and men from many walksof do not give him too many With InconveniencesIf

ocean navy, marine machine life as formerly. This is becausehe you will enjoy the fire, you
is concentrating so much time on : must put up with the smoke.
like the
ships new '
national defense and foreign affairs. Rival FailingsDo
$14,000,000 Vulcan, recently All important decisions in the'' you wish to find out a per-

launched, are necessary state department come across his : son's weak points? Note the fail-
to service the mechanical desk. The freezing of Axis funds, ings he has the quickest eye for in MBODlJlI1ICnlUIJfll 1 l It
needs of the country's bat- the closing of German-Italian consu- others. They may not be the fail-
tleships and cruisers at sea. lates, the speeches of Secretary ings he is himself most consciousof li?

Knox, have to get the President's ; but they will be their next-
0.. K. Important decisions regard- door neighbors. No man keeps Hope for Tomorrow
Right: The U. S. is spend- ing the army and navy come to such a jealous lookout as a rival. -Hope ever tells us that tomor

ing several! millions of dol- k r him, and a constant stream of ques-, -Hare. row will be a better day.tj .
lars on anti-aircraft guns a7kL tions regarding OPM and aid to

similar'. to' this one. Shells I Britain confronts him daily.So .
travel/ miles into the air. 1 1Germany's the President sees far less of
highest reach is the men who helped to build up the
New Deal, far more'of army-navy
said to be 7 miles.
officials, One Dollar Men and dip-
lomats. Much of this is unavoid-
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)_, ? {fl.i i.1, old days when he was building PW Abridges r'c
\ : W"'I<'Z'ffl' @'f<<<<:c'Y;: :; < .w.T: ;' h'.q{ &ti ]i "/.w.: ;w':: ": :;Wi o:> and WPA schoolhouses, FLEISCHMANN'S '-
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'# =] Above: Amphibian tank, designed for quick and i.i."W writing labor laws, crusading for so- "YEAST" 0/' ,
Xft :Jf'f.(. cial security fighting the big utili- 4 i ABrhrb.nrhhe/1.a6yrare 1
safe landing of men and materials under gunfire. HIe6.itunlnreluer..p .
I Below This travel :t< >l may:tE.i ties, he loved every minute of it, Vitamin A-3100 Unhin| <.)
: "quad" car can over rough terrain Alt "t YhaminlUOUnIhlnl..
..M..,,.,.,,.,7"XA ,,...< Known the He was building up, crusading for 4 Vitamin' D.40O UnlnUnfJYltamlO4O4OU,1n5h.Bour./ ))
|j at 60 miles an hour. as "jeeps, 7 ?1 .) %S
: human needs and human t
rights.
rr it r.tt.:: : : :I i cars are being produced by the Willys-Overland Co. lt And his enthusiasm boundless.No With Ctnal(Tapioca.FlMf '_
was and added Yleew A %
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!:' War Enthusiasm.. : Tale two doily

; Now, however, he knows that every -
;' step he takes in foreign policy,
5.' every dollar he spends for'the navy,
he inducts into the ,
every man army,
be toward down I Two Powers In the long run the sword is always -
} may a step tearing
t rather than building up. He believes i There are but two powers in I beaten by the mind.-Napoleon -

the steps he is taking are absolutely I the world, the sword and the mind. I. ,.

l hXyya. necessary. But he has no enthusiasm -
''IT' FlRj Mll for them. In other words, he

.: has no enthusiasm for war. '
rl f fx rr : J :! r .f./ r Most of the men around Roosevelt -

believe that war is inevitable,
and it may be that he does, too-
though he has not admitted that

publicly., But judging by his ,hanging -
back in opposition to his 'more .
vigorous military-foreign policy ad- I I6J Ir

visers, the President'hates and
dreads the idea of this nation going I f' !
THE SEVENTH INNING
into
war.
He hates the reactions and after- STRETCH ((1 -_ I

maths of war, and he hates the idea
of having history record him as a is good American custom
War President. whose origin is lost'in baseball's = -

At the same time he believes that lore How it began is so obscure ,,
( n by this country will have to move fast, it stumps even the experts. ,J.
and if it does not move now it may FRAGRANTJ
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be too late. For the best definitionof
another American
King Edwards is good ,-
o n o an isolationist, Roosevelt firmly custom you're bound to enjoy. Choice
yk believes, is one who by procrastination tobaccos skillfully blended make King \
wants to see his women and Edward the world's largest seller. uu /
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calories. Left: _New types of aerial tary of State Sumner Welles, is
/ combat, such as mine and torpedo working as a newsman in Panama.

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aid scaling. "So you liked my novel. What

' ..; -4 tpmeluun/ ryr c did you like especially?" .

Moist table salt will remove egg :. .., .:. sa,, ...,u .."a"aamm'r. r :; s Man About Town: "Your quotations from Byron."
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r Secretary of,, State Cordell Hull Missing Something

Small pieces of soap can be has recovered. sufficiently from a Small Boy Mother, I want to know

placed in a bag and used for wash threatened collapse. He will resume something.

ing clothing. the burden of his office and Mother-Yes, Junior, what is it?

the world soon Mrs. FDR's'new Small Boy-When a lightning-bug

:: Heating thins molasses and i radio sponsor' may be Brazil at lightnings, why doesn't it thunder?.

makes it pour easier. C $2,000 a broadcast Hitler's

squawk that an American ship is Her Doing

if s, a':"+yi; arriving daily in Alexandria is a lie.It's "Still a bachelor?" I
difference
It makes a big you '
two ships! Insiders argue "Yes.
hot foods on hot dishes and
...- serve that "Necessity or choice?"
Columnist Joe sent
Alsop was
foods chilled dishes. zY'a i'2; ,%"Ca. rt; n : ,
cold on e4 :
e hkt 'n'>'"k'! :?o?i u':,:, ?e r' + y: ::r,;Jl'b' :i ;:r .38'ti r..y J v'i':4 to Bombay, India, presumably be- "My necessity-her choice."
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cause there is no greater distance

from Washington. Alsop embarrassed NO FUNDS

'f the White House and the

: YOU BUY p' navy by stating in print that* his

;' kin, the President, was waiting for

i an incident, to get us into war-just "-

" gNOCULATIIONN before he got his naval commission.Carol .
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I and Lupescu are concerned

FAITH about their reception here. Why? "

They got a most cordial press on
Field tests have shown a big differenceIn r. :3\1QiliL'Ak: : .lf :ftft;; rFSANDWICHES tttaW2Z:2tL\o.ij'it.likn: : ::; {r :Wwm''itr- their, arrival to this hemisphere ..
inoculator brands on the ,
of
market.the quality You cannot see the legume bacteria THAT REALLY TEMPTSee Hess is supposed to have said that "What's wrong? You've a drawn

stration you is purchase.impossible.Immediate What is the demon.reputation ( Recipes Below) he fled because the stars by which look this morning." ._"

and experience behind the inocu- Hitler lives "deserted him after "No, it's ,really an overdrawnlook.

lation you buy? BUFFET SUPPERSIf May ,12th" Our submarine detectors I've just heard from my
.:N1TRAGIN Is the ORIGINAL LEGUME -
\ INOCULATOR, having served THIS WEEK'S MENU have been perfected to the bank." "
the farmers for over forty years. It
point where surface craft can now
won a GOLD MEDAL at the World's' there's one season of the year "
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Gets
the \
' '.NITRAGIN Is made in the most complete Salad / didn't run after you when we were
be sunk! There are modelsof
from the heat of the kitchen then .
and modern laboratory of Its courting said Mrs. Browne. '
o' *Honey and Nut Bran Muffins vessels tried out in
kind in the world. summer's that season. You can do cargo being "No," replied her husband. "A
..NITRAGIN is the leader in its field Spiced Rhubarb Jam Island sound which Mr. trap
by a big margin. NITRAGIN demandin it easily, too, if you'll plan and pre Long are doesn't run after a mouse, but it catches :
the South has rapidly increased pare COOLmeals in, the early Cool Beverage'Chilled Hitler's newest headache. For it." <
year after year. During the fall of I
1940 the Southern shipments of hours of the day before the heat be- Assorted Fruit' Plate practical purposes these ships are ,J

million NITRAGIN pounds were of ,VETCH for more and than WIN-45 comes sweltering. Then stay strict Recipe given. as far out of the water as the subs First ChoiceAn

TER PEAS. This large demand is ly out of the kitchen until, supper- are under it.Exclusive old 'woman married a mar
; due to many field tests carried on year
after year. We prove by these tests *Tomato-Cheese Salad. even older than herself. One day -. :,
4 that NITRAGIN is a good product. time.Make mealtime during these (Serves 8-10) Jap subs, manned by she met the rector, who inquired 'i
Send for our booklet "Plant Legumes to German in the -
Prosper." G1Jiie field tests months as simple as possible. Not 1 can (10% ounces) condensed to crews are waiting why she had married again, and .1 I
+ and how The booklet narrow straits of Vladivostok to ',
only will you be mato soup if she had now given her occupation :
up
!r"' also gives you valuable information -- ...
1't I't .= regarding the inoculation of legumes. the 'more charm- I e...... 1 tablespoon butter sink American supplies to Russia of washing. ,:. ,

d"f : If your dealer does not have NITRAGIN' ing for doing less J 1 tablespoon grated onion A great number of German- "Oh, no, sir," she said, pointing ",I
stock, have him it for Insiston
in get you. American Bunders will have their
NITRAGIN inoculation. work, but your 1% tablespoons gelatine to her husband, who was wheeling a aa

Accept no substitute family will enjoy iF.I Vt cup cold water citizenship revoked shortlythanksto barrow a few paces away. "If '..;;;
the work of the Immigration -
the simplicity asa 6 to 8 ounces cottage cheese splendid 'adn't married 'e, I'd 'ad to 'ave ;
One of Vz cup mayonnaiseSalt Service via Sylvester Pin.dyck's "
change. ;'.;.1 bought a donkey.
'Y
office.
the answers to .--:. to taste

this is buffet service. An attractively 1 cup chopped cucumber

arranged table on the summer 1 cup chopped celery ,, The Democratic: brain: trust fig .;

.. THE KITRAGIN 1 COMPANY, Inc. porch is a tonic for hazy summer k cup sliced radishes ures that either Farley or O'Dwyercan INDIGESTION

:"',:- 3750 No.Booth St. Milwaukee,Wis. appetites. % cup finely chopped onion lick any G.O.P. candidate for may affect the Heart ;I.
Ou trapped In the stomach or pullet may act like a "
of New York. Some believe
'Sandwich Loaf. Lettuce Mayor hiir-trJcger: on the heart. At the first sign of distress '
smart men and women depend BcU-aoj Tablet to ".'
will for on
Farley race against Dewey
Tart french
dressing net ell free. No laiatlis but made of the fastest-
; When Men Want For Chicken Filling use: Heat the ,tomato butter and Governor, but it may be Farley vs acting medicines known for acid Indigestion. If tag
soup FIRST DOSE doesn't Boll-ant better return ,
Men will not bend their wits to 1 ground cooked chicken prove :
cup grated onion. Soften gelatine in cold Willkie. bottle to us and receive DOUBLE Money Cade. :51:. '
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examine whether' things wherewith Vz cup ground almonds
water and add it to the hot tomato I
,
;
k= they have been accustomedbe 2 to 4 tablespoons chopped celery
mixture. Add the cheese :
.
cottage Notes
good or evil.-Hooker. Salt to taste of an Small Details : '

Lemon juice to flavor and mayonnaise, stir the mixture To control our passions we must ..
Salad dressing to moisten thoroughly and salt it to taste. Let Innocent, Bystander: ';" *' govern our'habits, and'keep watch ',

.:.,'' gURUSopMI CUTS tLtJDSCRATCUIS Mix chicken, celery and almonds. the mixture cool until it thickens Magic Carpet: Ralph Ingersoll, over ourselves in the small details ,:;

Season ,with salt and lemon juice slightly, then add the chopped vege- the publisher now on his way to of every-day life.-Sir John Lub- ..

31 PENEYRO'VellOrdered and add enough dressing give tables. Pour into a large ring moldor Russia (to interview Stalin) was bock. '_ 1 pTO
individual molds and chill until
spreading consistency.For complaining to Steve Early at the /
firm. When ready to serve unmoldon White'House the other day. "Steve,"
Egg Filling use: '
4 hard cooked eggs crisp lettuce. Use a tart french Ingersoll intoned, "those Russiansare CHECK .ftBA

Mind : dressing'with this salad. holding my passport."
4 Jcup, chopped cooked bacon or {
,By a tranquil mind I mean nothing % cup stuffed olives, choppedSalt Muffins that will bake in a few "They, are?" responded Steve. \ IN 7 DAYS .;,

_r' else than a mind well ordered. to season I minutes will give your meal a.tang? "And they want us to give them a

-Marcus Aurelius. Few'drops Worcestershire sauce and zest that will hundred million dollars worth of #

Salad dressing or cream to moisten. \11'i bring cheers from machinery!" take666Merit

: the family. Theseare Steve then called the State Dep't
Chop eggs, add bacon and Worcestershire -
G f THUSBillE sauce. Moisten with sal- so good you'll and, before Ingersoll knew it, he

ad want them often was on his way to Moscow.
dressing to give spreading con tOur
for and Luck
any meal of

sistency.Remove the crusts from an,uncut the day. If madein Eyebrow Lifter: Mr. Ingersoll,was merit wins the esteem of

FRIE I loaf of day-old white sandwich the smaller saying before he left that he had honest men, and our lucky star ..

bread. Slice lengthwise to make muffin tins, they'll make a grand just learned the hardest thing to that of the public.-La Rochefou

three or four slices about % inch addition when you have the ladiesin find in Russia was a Communist. cauld. f
for luncheon: "How's that?" he asked.
For over 70 years,grate- thick. It's a good idea to have the was
ful users have preferredWintersmith'sTonic bottom slice thicker than the other *Honey and Nut Bran Muffins. "Because," he explained, "the

for ; three since it helps in placing the (Makes 16 large muffins) population of Russia is 160,000,000, "MUDDLE..AGE"WOMEN ll
Malaria.
We
want YOU
'
there
and are 'only 5,000,000 party
to try Wintersmith's loaf when served. Spread slices, Vz cup honey "

therefore offer you this ;.i except top and bottom, with 1 cup flour members. ,.,-
complete 761-page s creamed butter, mayonnaise, then Vi to % teaspoon soda [y sod-:

Holy Bible FREE, if ? with different fillings. Use' chicken /z teaspoon salt Despite the rigid censorship in
you'll send us two aG +' ; Germany, the underground managesto HEED THIS ADVICE IIO.
filling between two slices; egg ,,2 cups bran cereal
small Wintersmith circulate the latest news 'picked Thousands of women,
filling for the next and chopped 1 tablespoon melted butter
carton tops(or large are helped to go smil
and
via short-wave from England
carton top). Just a vegetables moistened th mayon- 1% cups milk: up ingthrudistresspeculiar -
mail to Wintersmith naise, for the third or tomato slices. % cup walnuts, chopped fine America. When they want -to discuss to women-caused
this In life
by period -
Chemical Co. in public what they heard on
Inc., -rgNt Stack and cover top and sides with Sift together flour, soda, salt, and with Lydia E. Plnk-
:; 650 Hill Street, BBC the favorite ,method is to say, ham's Vegetable Com-
,
"..... ,
." LouisvilleKentucky.h soft cream cheese piled like frost- mix with bran cereal[ Add other in "Do know what I dreamed?" .-.I".... "l_ ?, pound-famous for
:' ing. Garnish with thin radish slices gredients. Place in greased gem you over 60 years.Pinkham's Compoundmade
and then proceed to relay the news especially for women-has
r and dust with chopped chives. Chillin and bake' in a quick
pans oven (425 helped thousands to relieve such
the station .
picked on foreign
the refrigerator several hours be- degrees) for 25-30 minutes.A up weak nervous feelings due to this
Another popular method is to tell functional disturbance. Try It!
fore serving. It's better not to use jam spicy and delicious to go, j
i lettuce because it offers slicing difficulties with your muffins is ,this one which about a speech heard on the Nazi ,
I f/ station and praise it and then add
( r after the loaf is served. needs only a few minutes' cookingand
; :? how a foreign station cut in'with a WNU-7 30-41
: is therefore to'
guaranteed not
,"" For the cream cheese frosting use "lot of lies." The speaker repeatsthe

:/. to'- J/T.- Pound of-- cream-- _._n cheese., Add? make your kitchen unbearably hot. "lies"' he heard, and his listen- Joyous"Children

;,.', rich milk or cream to make a thick I Spiced Rhubarb Jam With Orange.' ers get the drift Since meetingsare The house without children is a

MERCHANTS paste. Beat cheese and cream until (Makes 7 6-ounce glasses) verboten in Germany, the, anti- cemetery.

evenly mixed and of good con- ZVz cups prepared fruit Nazis have become great funeral-

sistency for spreading. Spread over 4 cups sugar goers. When a funeral is announced

loaf to' give a fluffy effect, as 1 box powdered fruit pectinTo a mob shows up at the cemeteryand

.You though you were swirling icing. prepare fruit, trim and slice as they walk behind the hearse,

fine (do not peel) about 2 pounds of they trade information.Add .

LYNN SAYS: small red-stalked rhubarb. Add 1
Advertising of mix let Help Them Cleanse the Blood
cup sugar, stand for 15 Picturesque Reporting: The
minutes. (This cup of sugar is add of Harmful Body Waste
When you think the thermometer's best description of the Russianazi
Dollar ed in addition to the Your kidneys era constantly filtering
ones specified
going to burst, then think tangle, with both sides outbraggingthe waste matter from the blood stream.But
cool, eat cool, act cool, and you'llbe above). Add 1 teaspoon each of cinnamon other in, their communiques, is kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
i\, buys something more than and cloves and grated rindof not act as Nature intended-fail to"re--
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cool. Drink plenty of water the New York Times' Edwin L. move impurities that, if retained, may
space and circulation in and cooling beverages.Be 1 orange. James phrase: "The war of the poison the system. and upset tho,whole

the columns of this news gay and have your meals Measure prepared'fruit_ into a 5to typewriters." body machinery.Symptoms may be nagging backache,

casually out on the shady porchon 6-quart kettle filling'up last cup or persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
It buys and getting nights, swelling, puffiness
paper. space up
a bright table cloth. Serve fraction of a cup with water if nec of
of under the eyes-a feeling nervous
By Way Report: They are going
circulation plus the favor- Place the hottest anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
things ,buffet style'for it'll makeit essary. over fire,
to film the life of Lou Gehrig, Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
able consideration of our easier all the way around: add fruit pectin, mix well, and con which certainly was a life to ad are sometimes burning, scanty or
less table'setting, less dishes and tinue stirring until mixture comesto too frequent urination.
readers for this newspaper mire. There should be no doubt that prom ttreatment
less to do. a hard boil. To reduce foaming is wiser than neglect. Us8
is drama in the
There plenty of
and its advertising patrons. No one may feel much like eat- 3/4 teaspoon butter may be added. career of another ball player. Afterhe Doan't friends Pill for Conn's more have than been forty winningnew years.

ing, and people generally eat less Pour in the 4 cups of sugar stirring had been great for two dec They have a nation-wide reputation.Are .
months bring to a full rolling boil and recommended by grateful people the
during summer but they ,
baseball
ades, he faded. But the country over AI'our ighoorlDipping
I LET US TELL YOU must still have the proper diet. So boil hard 1 minute. mighties put a bust of him in the

: bring out your crisp garden salads Remove from fire, skim pour
Hall of Fame. His bust had a home,
2ORE
IT
ABOUT I chilled main dishes, and assorted quickly into glasses. Paraffin nt. but he had none.

I fruits. Be Cool!. I once. I Grover Cleveland Alexander.
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IAGE :FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 2;, 1941


. . . l..l..l..*...l..Z..l..l..l..l..l..l..l..Z..l"lt..l..l N...:NNN. :N.:-:.I:N:,NNN.. .. :..:NNNNNNI Florida's Financial director of the corps.
The Clewiston News i
:: I McEntee said a 2-year survey: of

Published every Friday In Clewiston :t: : TOO LATE TO f=i.i= Transactions Nearly! .101,856 general's enrollees office,. showed by the the surgeon aver-

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS' Double In 5 Years I age 18-year-old enrollee gains 10%
inc. I IBy i pounds and grows % inch. The

CLASSIFY study said that rural enrollees increased

KEATHLEY DOWDEIV Editor .... Tallahassee,,. Florida, July 24- J[ an average of 13.07 pounds

2_ .%%. :The volume, of financial transactionsfor I against 9.83 for city boys and grew

Entered as second class mail matter :: ,the State of Florida flowing : .89 inches taller as against '.81 for
February 1, 1927. at the Pest Office in RUSSELL KAY | urbanites.
Clewiston', Florida under'the'Act of through the office of 3, Edwin Lar- ,1 In addition
March 3, 1897.Subscription ,: C :yKwA y, to physical Improvement
t.. President Florida Press Association :5. sen, State ,Treasurer, has nearly I It is pointed out that the

Rate $:.OO Per Year.Advertiring I .)o:" "';";"".".--"r.'o"---r"O. _. ,..,.,,. .__. "" ..'.;-.....-..._-.._-......-_..-_.._-.-.-rr.--r-. .. ._..........,_-...-.........'..,................_....-.............-..-.....b..,. doubled in' 'the. last ,five years. Mr. -special training: received bv' the boys

Rates On Appl cQtloa. I You know there used to be a .have to be 'done about it, so I call I Larsen stated ,that the total receiptsfor aids them in later life.
the year: ending, June 30, 1936. I -
time when the wife's folks would ed up my friend Paul Noble down,' {
the amounted to a little, more than Tampa Lafayette StreetTo I
never think of visitin' us in \ '
for
in Sarasota and arranged .a
Devoted to the advancement and welfare fifty-seven and one-half million

of Clewiston and Hendry County.ME.tE3EP. summer head time.off so But long I've been now yellin'my about Tarpon hunt. dollars for 'the fiscal year ending i Get New Name Soon

how swell Florida summers are and Paul is Just about the best guide June 30, 1941. These, State funds

I how cool it is and how much' fun this side of the Rocky Mountains.He's are not kept,..In the, State Treasur-I --.
r er's ,office but: ,are Tampa, July 23-FNS) r- The
FLORJQ.\PRF.SS,\ssoci xrox- \ we have that 'I've even sold the got a good boat, knows all the student body of the of
))f more than. -100 banks throughout i University
NAnONALfDlroRlALASSOCWJlW.. 19-41 ,. .' relatives and they're gettin' so they places, and can ride herd on a I the state by the State Treasurer, Tampa is backing a move to changethe

'are: just as apt to happen in on us school of Silver' Kings better than which banks are required to de- I name of Lafayette Street in
in' July as iu January.Anyhow else I know.
,, anyone posit with the State Treasurer securities Tampa to University Avenue and
Bob and Jane are mighty
WANTED kin-folks '. If you ,take your Tarpon fishin'seriously of Sufficient: value to pro- the move has been given approvalby
ni.ce" kin-folks as go.They're (and most people do, considerin' tect, tbe deposits at all times. Other J ,Mayor Chancey.
and and so
young peppy what it costs) you arrange than the General Revenue Fund Hampton Dunn president of the
Florida
WANTED-NAMES AND AD- slap dab enthusiastic about ''with an alarm clock, to'scare hell from which the, general obligations : University of Tampa Alumni As-
that I get a real kick out of show-
DRESSES of all Clewiston boys around. out of you along about 3 A. M. of the state, : are' paid there are |sociation, told the mayor that the

'who are serving in Uncle Sam's in'' 'em and by 4 you are chuggin' toward more than 200 special funds set alumni of the institution were interested -
'Ever since they arrived a coupleof
forces. the open gulf while the mosquitoesuse up by statute for particular purposes in the change and were
Bob been runnin''round
weeks ago has
you for a blood bank. Blinkin'harbor to which revenue collections supporting the movement started by
The Post Office, Department, in in a circle like a hound' dog "
; lights mark the channel and are credited Disbursements made R. B. Fordyce president of the
reply to the request of hundreds of itchin' to himself :
with fleas get
"last night" slinks quietly west- [through the State Treasurer's Of- student body.It .
the
over coun-
newspapers
weekly with He's I
I all messed up a Tarpon.
ward while is getting all
try has given a ruling that permitsthe been readin' about the tournament : "today" I Ifice for the year ending. June 30, is proposed that both Lafayette
a' organized to break In the east. 1941, totaled more than one hundred -
newspapers to mail complimentary and lookin' at pictures in the paper : Street and Grand Central Avenue
I I Well, arrived at the feedin' five million ,dollars, while for
copy to, each service man until I realized somethin' would we from, 13th Street to Howard Avenue
from that community. The Post i grounds about the time the inornin'' the year ending June 30, 1936, they be renamed.
----- -- --- "
Office Department issues a mailing papers are bein' delivered in the amounted to a little more than

franchise to all established news- I property on the tax roll. And we city. Your guide 'slows the boat fifty-five million dollars. The city council of Ocala an-
think further that they; will wel- down to crawl and begin to \ -
papers and sets up certain rules and a you nounced last week its decision to
regulations as to the use of this come' the opportunity- to have state circle around in 'an effort to locate CCC Boys Receive
officials pass on their budget and relieve home owners of all taxation -
mailing permit. We are most f your game.
millage. A budget that is out of for
will surface of the city operating expenses up
happy that the department per- Suddenly the calm Physical Benefits
line would work a hardship on the
mit us to mail a complimentarycopy gulf will start to boil as the silver to $5,000 valuation.
I people whom the county of-
each week to our boys in very beauties begin their settin' up ex- .--- 1 1Jackso'nville
ficials seek to serve; and if any
service. ercises. That's the moment you've July 23-(FNS) Trees are the biggest crop in
flaw in their budget should escape
This is an attempt on our partto their notice, we know'they will be been waitin' for and everybodyfalls Concrete evidence of the benefits Florida. There are 2,600,000 acres,
help the boys along and to pro- I all over each other tryin' to from a physical standpoint to young
glad to have it pointed out so they of forest land on Florida farms and
vide one more tie to their home get the lines out. And I'm here to men enrolled in the CCC was disclosed .
may correct it before it goes into the farm has 35 of ...
town. Please give us, AT ONCE i tell you the wigglin' crab that in a' report to the State Welfare average acres

the name and address of each serv- effect. I dangles 'a cbuple, of feet below the I Board by James J. McEntee, timber, 33 acres of crops.

is surface on hook is just about
ice man. There no obligation on your

any one in connection with this. BLESS YOU, ]\rY FRIEND f the nearest thing to a dynamitecap ..........................................................................................;.....................................................................................................................,
that I know of. I. ..
How dear' to our heart is' the
OUR NEW TRAINING SCHOOL steady subscriber, who pays in advance I Now there may be some places

without skipping a year. where a fellow can dunk a crab yANNOUNCING' t.y t.

Within a few short months Clew- without serious risk but the gulf
Who takes out his money and
iston residents will have an aviation waters adjacent to Long Boat Key t
offers it gladly and casts 'round
training school eight miles away, ain't one of 'em. I should have
and will have an opportunity to the office a halo of" cheer. known better, for I'd been messedup :.::. That we have taken over the insurance '=:::

Who never says, "Stop it,.I cannot -
play hosts to flying cadets who are with Tarpon before. But some y

away from their homes. It will afford it" or "getting more" pa- guys never learn, and, ignorin' all ::.: business operated in the past by :=::
each week than I read.
bring forcefully to our minds the pers past experience, there I sit with .} I::

vast need for the service 'the' Unit But always says "send ,it, the my line in the water actually "ask- C. E. Miner Inc.

ed Service Organization .is,' giving whole family likes it, in fact it is in' for it." A puny little guy like :: ::

the boys in camp. ,' the indispensable need." me has got. no" more ,business,..;' ,HAnd -

We will be able to help provide I I How welcome his check or his temptin' a 'Tarpon than he'd have ( are, prepared to write your policiesin

recreation for these cadets, to, have I crisp U. S. dollars; how' he makes 'slappin' Joe Louis. ::

dances for them, to invite them to our heart throb and our eyes fair- I'd had the' line out about ten :: the future for every type of insurance. 1::

our homes for dinner and to church ly dance. minutes when a cockeyed depth :

on Sundays, to take them sight-I We ,outwardly thank him-we inwardly bomb explodes and the rod is all : A Ask for Ruth Beardsley or Art Lawrence. :?

seeing and to help them with the bless him-the steady sub but jerked out of my hand. Then I A ,

problem of getting back and forth I. scriber who pays in advance.-Ex- the line begins to sing like a :s: .;. Iit.T.s"

from the field change. teakettle. For a minute I thoughtI'd X t,

:- All that is a few months' dis. hooked the Seaboard's Silver :

:' tant. __ At the moment construction Meteor instead "of a Silver King, J. E. Beardsley
i is beginning and workers ,are .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,:..:..:..:..:..:..: but after a run of a hundred yardshe :: .. ,," '.
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swarming in. There is a demand came out: of the water 'with a .' -:". },.' :S:
REAL ESTATE i
leap that would make an adagio :; :
: for houses and rooms and for '
RAMBLINGS :s:
meals. It ,is up to us to see that .. dancer look like ,a total loss. Shak-,, .i' '

prices are kept within reason for By B. B. in' his head like a bull dog, he ::, ,. PHONE 66 :;:
,: these construction men. takes a good look at me and then !:

Although all of us in Clewistonare .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>-:..: ..:..:..: ..:' he sure enough was mad, for no I .S.
tremendously interested in all self respectin' Tarpon would wantto I&N i..f&t..:M:"&:..**:":N N ti N:*f N:":****..:..N Ni i.:..:..i i i:..i i:iN N N:..N:N N:N:NN, :Ni:.:iN ;)
get himself caught by a guy like
i that is going on out there
we can You were all glad to see Carr ,---

best serve the project by staying Settle back at work this week but me. . . . . . . . . .
from it. Since visitors would I had a swell. flock of kibitzers .. .N.N.:..N.N.N.N.NN. .N.N.N.N.N;...ti.N.N.N.NN. .N.ti.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.ti.N.N.N.M.M.N.N.N.N.NN. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.1.:.
away ,
you weren't_ half as, glad as we
hinder construction no one will be were.. It's nice to know he's, up and I helpin' me. Paul kept yellin' "Reel I x

'-- admitted except by passes. Let's about again, but nicer to know'' we reel, reel." The harder I'd reel the

give Mr. Riddle and his contractorsthe don't have to write headlines for I faster the line would go out. "Pump : TIRE SALE t.

best co-operation possible, even- the front page this week. There's him" Bob screams in my ear "don'tlet ij;

though it leaves our curiosity un knack to finding_ the right words him take your line." Well, I .s.
.
I reelin' all In fact I was
satisfied. I was right.
with the right number of letters to

fit the space, and we've lost the !I staggerin'--and as for pumpin', afire I:= =i=
We hand 43 New Ford and is
NEW TAX LAWS knack for the past few years. So I(I 'engine couldn't have done anymore _: have on

:we struggled through. By that time the Scotch and :;: Firestone First Line 6.OOx 16 4-ply black :;:
County tax officials over the state I I Soda I'd had the night before be-
I -V---- to assemble forehead :: sidewall that offer while they ::;::
are reporting a most encouraging' (Note, we are doing our bit forBritain's gan on my casings we
response to, the new tax laws. Tax i' and trickle down my face. My arms ,... .t. .
Victory campaign.) I last .. !
payers are making out tax returns I -V---- i and shoulders got fed up with the H.
:s:
for the first time in whole thing the first ten minutes I::: .
!
years and are Canada has a new regulation on ,... i- .%.
making an honest effort to give a 'f and ached out loud in protest. .;-
the sale which should
gasoline d.
\ real cash valuation to all their pos: Talk about osteopathic treatments! .0' Regular ,List Price : . . $14.05 ..
solve the problem of conservation.They've .:. .s.
sessions. That fool fish gave we a goin' over / '

The new tax laws have teeth courtesy cards prohibited or credit the to purchase use of I",and I don't mean perhaps.A I!::' SPECIAL CASH PRICE '. 11.95 :=:

in them. It is up to the taxpayer gasoline. It must be cash on the I dozen times I had him rightup

to make his tax return honestlyand barrel' head. That will autom tical- to the boat then he'd get a I:i: You save v. . .. . $ 2.10 1 :::
I
voluntarily. If 'he doesn't it ly reduce consumption more than look at me and "off he'd go again. +

is up to the tax assessor to see any other one thing we can. thinkof. I i "You've shown off enough now" -x

that he does. Then it is up' 'to the Jraie says, "so bring him in so the :: Tire prices are bound to rise. Rub't

county commissioners to go over -V---- rest of us can fish.-"Why don't ::
I :: ber have advanced and =;
the tax assessment rolls and to The Bill Prewitt baseball team'is you drag him over to the bridge .. prices already you ..

draw up a budget! and set a millagein .coming' along nicely, thank you. and call it a draw?" Bob chirps.- :!: will not be able to purchase tires at :::: i iI

accordance.The --V---- "Maybe he'd like to try for the

law says definitely that they Have you noticed that the time sixty-four dollar question," some- present low prices much longer. :

must do thator else! To us the between changes on the traffic body else shouts, tryin' to be help- I

law seems quite just and fair, and light near the Post Office is the ful. When I got him up to the :: Be to in this Tire Special :: )
get on ;
quite workable, too. Without the longest in Florida? boat again and he made another sure .. ,.. I L

power of enforcement no tax law, y- wild run, Jane gave up and said, ':*: while you can make this substantial ::;:::

or any other kind of law, will be The kids in our neighborhood be- "Come on, let's go home, this is .. 11
.. saving.
of any use. Unless officials have lieve in the good fairy again. where we came in.'* : Ij .

the power to- force people to make Deciding to make themselves a Well, to make a long 'story short j '' I

-correct "returns on their property, private baseball diamond on the I finally did land the fish, but I've

nve need not have the law. And vacant lot between Berner's and been a human wreck ever since. Hendry County Motors i:i 1

,unless the county officials, in. turn, Lee's, they spent three hot July But what makes me sore is that

are forced to make' up a just and days sweating with hoes, macheteand Bob brings his fish to gaff in 5 '

fair budget and set a just and fair sickle to cut down the tough minutes and Jane hers in 15 whileI :i: IncorporatedPhone :::

r- millage. we need not have the law. Para grass growth. They had only have to wrassle mine for -hour I 'I

We do not doubt but that our a small section done, when one .and a' half-but I guess it's my 1
:: :;:
county officials will be pleased to day a tractor and mowing machine own fault for not "takin' Bernarr 'I' = 93 Clewiston.n ..j.
I
reduce the millage in proportion to completed the job '"while they were MacFaddeu and "Physical Culture" .. ,

'1 the increased assessed valuation of at lunch. All's swell now. I seriously. j ':....................................,.....................................................................,...........................................................................................................:. I:





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gone undeveloped since the first Elmore, Elthea. '
Land Is Acquired Elmore, John. '
Field Day Wednesday cutover.A Flynn. Eleanor. '

For' New Corporation decade ago, the FSA officials Green. Laura. .
Green, Roy. : : : I.
said, as many as two dozen small Hanna Lavinla. .
----- farmers lived in the 'territory which Hanover, H. T. '
Silo DemonstrationSTOCKMEN Hare, R. M., Sr. i
:
J' ]For :.. : : !
: Acquisition of 80,000 acres. of the association will develop, get- Harvel. W. S.
cut-over lands just north of Lake ting a living from running small Hay, Mabel Rankin ,
c Okeechobee, for establishment of a herds on open range. Gradually the Hayes Hayes Mrs.E. L.E. L. ;r. ;"?. '
AND FARMERS ARE co-operative cattle ranch as an experimental land was leased and fenced in by Herring B. E. '

INVITED TO VIEW LOW COST $2,326,603 AllocatedTo venture was announcedlast :large operators and the 'little fel- Higgins Holland,, Mrs.I. R.J. p. : '..,,,,,' ;I' ,

" FEED STORAGE PLANt Saturday by; E. S. Morgan, lows were squeezed out." Hooker, Jewel. "
Employ 4,400. Hooker, W. C. : :! : 1
the Farm :
regional director of security -
Located in the heart of Florida's Hurst, Carl T. ,
(Moore Haven Democrat) WomenFlorida administration. cattle country, the project is expected Ivey, A. G. :
.. Men and Johnson, Ben.
: of state cattle- an investment of '
number Representing FSA
A large by the to serve as a Johnson, C. "W *
men, dairymen and ,farmers are exT $794,250: advanced to small farm- demonstration of how lands can be I Jowers, J. S. ,

pected to attend a field day to be has been allocated $1- ers and stock growers crowded out turned to more productive use and r Kettl McGeachey, Beatrice', D. C.A. : ;.
held next Wednesday at the R. D. 334,103 to employ 4,400 young by the development of large ranges to provide homes and jobs for McGeachey, Mrs. D. 'A.. I !" '.
Lyons Stock Farm at Newhall for men and women on the regular pro- during the last few years, the tract landless farmers. Soil conservation McMillan Mowry, John, A. L.K. ,, .%, ; : : '

the demonstration of a new type gram of the National Youth Administration will provide. homesites and subsist- service ,experts will help. Fifty registered Munro, A. A. ,' ','..!. ': ''

'! silo which Mr. Lyons has recently and $992,500 to give ence farming for 125 families. Cat- bulls will be imported, and O'Bannon Palen, Albert, Virgle.R. ...
installed with the cooperation of work experience to 3,600 youths in tle growing will be the main busi- I there will be a beginning herd of Patten. Nellie C. *, s .
'
The Sisalkraft Company, the Papec I trades vital to defense industries, ness. ,3,000 cows of hardy native stock. Peterson Plunkett,, J.M. A.P. ., _.-
Machine Company and the Ford as the new federal fiscal year' be- Morgan said the plan was an out Total investment per family, in- Preston W. W. '
1 Motor Company as well as other of growth of the FSA's "new emphasison Prewitt, W. C. -i :
gins. The date for reopening cluding drainage, land improvement Pullen Don. ,
. cooperating firms and organizations. projects closed .a month ago has co-operative activity in all cattle ,and equipment, was Pullen, J. H. .' '
: The first silo was completed this not been announced.The fields of Southern agriculture," and placed by the FSA at $6,354. The Simmons Rafn, C., V.John. S.'
week and it is estimated that some regular, out-of-school program that "for the first time small opera- venture is planned for repaymentof Simmons Dr. S. J.

320 tons of ensilage, are stored in will be continued as Florida has tors will be enabled to enter the the '''loan by the co-operative association Simmons, Mrs. S. J;' '.'" -, '. '
Simpson, C.
May ,
i this first unit. Mr. Lyons is plan- cattle business which, complete -
been allocated approximately $1- in 40 years, although the Smith, Hilda
ning to'' build other units for the 334,103 for the regular programin with cowboys, lassoes, brands and I I first three payments. will be deferred Smith, R. H. :' ,
. .i storage of at least 2,000 tons of addition to the $992,500 for the bronchos, has- come in the last dec I to help give the new enter- Smith Stokes., Walt.Francis: ,
'o'< silage 'which it is estimated will extensive being in the ham- Terrell G. F. .
defense program or a total of $2- ade into I prise a ,start.iReceives \ '
steers for 120 days Terrell. ,Mrs. G. F. -
:I feed 1,000 326,603. This program will be mock lands of Florida. Tidwell, W. D.
during the winter when frosts set geared, it is explained, to the needsof Plans call for the formation of a I Tillery, Hudson. ,.
..' back the growth of pasture. grasses. national defense, too. It will, "Dixie Cattlemen's Association," in- I $6,625 For Townsend Varnado ,M.. Ed.C. .....' ,

H. C. Smith, representative of the however, include a broader category' corporated as a private .business, Wallace; G. 0. ',. !1-- .
Sisalkraft Company of Chicago, has I 382 Head LivestockPlant :Wallace, Marjorie B.
,
" of operations and types of work I paying taxes and subject to the r Wallace R. H.
been here'supervising t the erection than will be undertaken under the 'I''same laws as the large cattle corpo- Wells L. A.
. of a new ,type low-cost. silo and has specialized defense program. Approximately rations in neighboring' counties. YenawIne, M. E. '
A meeting of the
having City July 23-FNS) City Commissionwill
distinction ,
the unique 4400 youths will be : Each family will 'have a subsistence be' held at 5:00 P. M. o'clock
] assisted in the putting up of more employed monthly on such work experience -I farm averaging 30 acres on whichto Advancing livestock prices made Wednesday, July 30, ,1941, to hear
complaints and to restore to the
] silage, over the past eight years, projects as hospital at- grow food and marketable pro- last week's sales at the State Registration Book any such names oJI
than any other man in. the country. persons as have been stricken .in
.j tendants, clerical, sewing, garden- duce. Farmers' Market here the best in I I er-
1 1 It is his opinion that this, type of ing 'and canning, construction, and "By forming the 'Dixie Cattle- |ror. '
1 silo will be the answer to the the brief,, history of the "market, !i CITY COMMISSION
radio. men's Association the Florida L I CITY OF CLEWISTON.By .
"i't' problem of low-cost winter stock manager James McGee announced. M. W. BIGG, City Clerk
The NYA has presented needy group will be able to adopt large I
:: feeding. A preliminary estimate I young men and women with a twofold -, scale production methods, under- Farmers received $6,625 for 382 I'No. 256-JulY 25, 1941.

.' indicates that the feed in Mr. Lyons opportunity in the past. It take the drainage necessary and head, of livestock sold at the auc- .\ _:..
------------- ---- ---- --- --- ---
; 'first silo will cost approximately I I'j I
has enabled thousands of them who meet competition of cattle raising tion. I r
i $2.00 per ton, figuring all cost were out of. school and in need of corporations whose purchase and I I I !
Number hogs brought from
one
J The Lyons farm was picked for jobs to work for wages on useful fencing of what was formerly open "I l lI
-J. this demonstration because of the public projects and to acquire work range country has squeezed out $10.05 to $10.20 per hundred.
d: fact that Mr. Lyons has become experience which they need for I(thousands of small operations in the Calves ranged from seven to eight I Good FarmLand
J in this state of cents per pound for top grade. Bulls
recognized as one private employment. It has madeit past few years, the regional directors
,;\ the leaders in experimental work possible for thousands of others explained.At sold from five to six cents; steers i I

c.:\ on stock fattening. If the venture who were students to continue to one time about 30,000 acres six to'seven cents; and cows brought i

. proves successful he expects to ex- work in schools and colleges and of the tract was in pine forest; now I from five and one-half cents to six

:j pand his facilities to handle 20,000 to earn some of the money they' required it is dotted with second growth and cents. I
* tons in future years. to continue their By notifying the market several tor Rent
stumps. 'Two tracts, totaling 55,322
' educa-I in advance of the stock to be
:j Used as ensilage in filling this I tion. To these opportunities acres, were'acquired from a naval days
,I first silo was approximately, 60 tons. adding a third-an opportunity to I Ihelp' stores corporation.. The land hada offered, producers are enabling the
f of Napier grass and the remainder the national defense to ex market to inform buyers as to what

:b' Para grass. This is mixed with pand. they may' expect and this cooperation

q raw molasses from the Clewiston The NYA, under the terms of the single skill and to do a 'specific I i helps build sales, manager McGee I "

sugar house, 100 pounds of molasses labor-secretary appropriation bill, job. For example, to operate a j; said. In the ,13 sales held to I '

I to the ton of grass. A large tank recently ,approved by Congress, will lathe, a drill press or a welder. date under the direction of .JohnD.
,
holding 7,800 gallons of' molasses redouble efforts to give work experience There have been no' protests from I Kelley, manager of' State Livestock Trespassers '
has been erected from which the and Markets, 1862 head of. stock
to young men womenin labor unions over the program as I I .
. molasses is pumped into the Papec jobs essential to defense indus- organized labor not only' realizes I have been sold for a total of $30- Will Be"

' chopper which mixes .it thoroughlywith tries, and, through its new pro- the need for more workers with 491.04. .
the chopped feed and then gram, is expected to play an important training for the national defense : ProsecutedClewiston

; blows the .mixtur'e into place in part in cracking the bottle- program but many of the young
NOTICE
j the silo.. necks existing in shipbuilding, people are the sons and daughtersof

J This first silo, erected by' the aviation and machine tools, by pre- workers who are members of the Notice is hereby given that the following -
] Sisalkraft Company as a demonstration paring young people to do specific labor unions. names have, been stricken from
the Registration Book of the City of
L- unit is about thirty-two jobs in those industries.. The defense -I The NYA has been giving work Clewiston:
j feet in diameter and after settling program must have 'more experience to young 'people for the Bailey, Wm. T.
I Bailey Mrs. Wm. T, ,
is about twenty feet in height. It and more workers in these indus- last six years. The new defense Baker. C. M. '

\ is built of ,heavy guage steel wire, tries as it speeds toward max program, with its $992,500 ap- Baker, Mrs. C. M. Realty And

'1 furnished by' the American Steel imum production.In 'propriation is merely ''a speeded up, Belcher Beach, Jack E. C.C. ". ...:" .

1 and Wire Company and the Tennessee the new act, $992,500 is appropriated intensive version of the regular Belcher John O. i. :-, I

,J Coal, Iron Mining and Rail- specifically for the new MYA out-of-school work program.It Blate Bennett.M.Chas.Victor.P. .......,.. ;:;::'.;.. II DevelopmentCorporation .
' road Company, and lined with a Florida NYA Defense program. will seek to turn out quickly Butler E. B.
,1 double lining of reenforced State Administrator Charles G. young. people who have developed,I Butler, Edna M.E. ,/ 'f..J,'. .
Criticos, E. Noel. .
, kraft paper. This paper is Sisal-I Lavin of the 'NYA, has all plansin work habits, including safety Darcey, Annie L. : I
,:. pensive and is to be, readiness to push ahead the work knowledge, which inexperienced Davis, W. A. .
Deam Kathryn..
j .placed with each filling of the silo. experience program. Florida's objective workers lack. I Deam. Paul. I

1.. Cooperating in other phases of I is to prepare 3600 young
the work is the Ford Motor Com- people for vital industries duringthe
==-
pany with two Ford-Ferguson fiscal year which started July
tors and mowers in addition to 1 and ends June 30, next year. If
one purchased recently by trac-1 I it is successful in attaining this DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE HILLS ?

Lyons and, also with a New'' .objective, the program will go a ,
, Inc., harvester which is sold by ,the long way toward helping to buildup
Ford company. This harvester labor supply for national 'de-
picks up the mowed, grass from I fense.a O 3V GH ANGING G E ARS I (& G HAN GE TOr .

windrows and loads it into carts The defense program of the NYAis J.v ?vunN.

for hauling. A Papec ensilage cutter I to be carried out in connectionwith
I and blower is/'being used to till the State employment service

the silo. and the public vocational school

Complete demonstrations will be I system. All NYA workers, in this -
4
s,),' given of all the machinery in use I special defense program, will reg-
and figures on cost of operationat ister with the Bureau of Employ-

the field day program. ment Security, through its State
Much interest is being shown in services. These services will helpto .
the experiment and it is expectedthat determine their qualifications for -

a large crowd of men from the work to be done.ThreeDay' Goo y
all over South Florida will be Shift Basis ;;; .IpT a 1EO

\ present. County Agent F. D. Yatin Young men ,and women who are -TT\ uoR
has notified all county agents of not employed, and who desire this
counties in the area and asked themto practical training, are now presented -
issue invitations to those .ike- : with an opportunity not only to
ly to be interested in their respec- fit themselves for work in indus-
tive counties. try, but also to play a valuable partin 3 I 4

The problem of producing feed 1 the national defense. They must
in the summer months for storagefor be from 17 to 24 years of age to
'. use during the winter months be eligible, must be citizens of. the r

and periods when pastures may be United States, out of school and 1
unusable for other reasons has baen in need of employment. They will

a major one for all stockmen. The be paid for the work they do-the "! /

new method to be demonstrate pay, .however, will necessarily be
appears to have solved the problemof moderate, so 'that the greatest number J !
an economical and practical may be given work experience : e i i iJ
I method of storage. I with the appropriation at hand. The I II

I new defense program will be operated r
VENICE MAY BE SITE FOR on a three-day shift basis. It
ARTILLERY TRAINING I is planned to have an average
monthly employment of not more "1' 1

Venice, July 23FNSThisgulf than 1200 youth on the defense pro-
coast community, 12 miles gram with a complete turnover
south of Sarasota and home of Dr. once every three months, .making
, Fred H. Albee's famed Florida it possible to give employment to LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES \
. Medical Center, let loose an en- 3600 during the fiscal year in
'.,,; thusiastic cheer last week when it trades vital to defense industries. INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .,
; was announced that the army had Each young man and woman will
picked this section as a probable be given an opportunity to develop






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THE CLEWI8TON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1941
PAGE SIX

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of, the counties, and which, ,under Chamber of Commerce picnic NOTICE

Bids To Be OpenedOn ,1[Senate Bill 321 will, permit an additional grounds west of LaBelle and beganat =: Notice merKCby given that the following described lands, or so muchthereof
as necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
I $04,000,000 of credits .to four o'clock. Following, the opposite to'the same; together with the costs of such sale and advertising,. '
Lock Spillway 'be allocated to the, counties in the LaBelle scouts will tFlorldf 80JdatpubllcalictIon on the fourth day of. August:' D. 1941 be-
same manner as the 1931 law. .Senate Court of Review the noon, at the City Hall of the City of. : Clewiston, ,

Bill 322 authorizes additional were hosts at a barbecue which had R. Y. PATTERSON, .
The ,U. S., Engineers have adVertised counties ,for been arranged by Dennis Small. > Tax Collector, City of Clewistonr .
bids to be opened on credit to the several : 'th-e" of Review' was
for 'f interest paid on monies used for Acting as Court .......__ .
construction o -- --- '-o ---
August 19 for the which is Fred L.Tre: t, scout executive, :: Amount of
the spillway at the-'new1' St. Luci I this previous ,construction various' Charles Benson, W.' C. .Owen andA. DESCRIPTION' ':OWNER. ,. .. "Taxea l.1' and
for the OF LAND
locks, the largest such spillway ,In: 'estimated' to produce : W. Lawrence from :'Clewisfonand Colts,.. '

entire Lake project. ." counties $247401,163. credit. The L. ,E:--Farnam -and. I. E.. Scott -. r .,.--
the 'third bill passed to 'wit: Senate Bill u' Lot '12, Block 22 : : John Irwin : :_..:7$4..o
The lock structure is now' com amendment to of Moore Jfaven.:,: : Lot ,13, Block.22" John Irwin ______--:. 3.15
and the installation 'of" ,machinery 3,25,, is, In fact, an Lot 31, Block 26 E. B. iNorthrupC. ___>-,5.05
plete electrical operatin the 19$1 Act to permit continuation ,A business meeting ,of the com- Lot"8. Block 139 _. ,. '" E. Miner ___, ___- ', ,. SLot
and distribution! of''the'gas ._mittee'was I heldfollowing the. courtto 19"Block'.139' '.Mildred Wheeler '_ I 4.48
of the
equipment is expected to be 'co'ill- it, decided -- Lot 10, Ble ck 141 Mrs. Anna ,Tabel 4.10 _
and was
so that the lock tax until 1943 upon which 'd'ate'1tis ; discuss finances : Lot 27, Block 17ft W. C. J. Hermann ..__... ._.- 4.10 "
pleted in August "' ( assumed''that an amendment 'to that as the quota of _$225 Lot 29, Block 176 w., J. Costello" ___ 4.10
can not only be used for haridlinithe will 'be which has been set ,for: 1,941: has Lot_30, Block 176 ;James F Costello -....:...-_:____ 4.10
traffic but 'may' : also 'be the' Constitution, of "Florida Lots.'2, '3,; -Block 202, Herbert M- :Turner _- 7.90Lot
boat tiuri'n'gthe effective permitting the"fixing "ot not been raised and it ,is almost 19, ,Block,358 .. W. ,C. ,j;"'Hermann _"__? 4.10
used as a discharge outlet ; that _the Lot 25, Block 358 'EdIth 'A. Becker __ _: 9.80Lot
for the quota ---
: ta.x : allocation a :time for new
construction the gasoline '16, Block: '361 J., 'C. O'Neal ,________:'6 00
spillway period 'ending in, 1992, and under; first amount be taken care of ,as Lots '26, ';27, Block 412. Mabel Francis .______ 4:10:
which Constitutional' :Amendment, soon as possible and action 'on the Lot ,8, ;Block. 495 'J. W. Daughtry .__.....::--_ ?.,9.80

New Indian Agent 'county ',credits, would: be, 'increased i 2'quota be deferred until

***.:'rt"l.. . ... :. ..............." """:' ': : )-o :":i.
',to 607656096. spring. l l l tt. l"Z l l"l l,l l l,lAM : : : .:. :.: : :": : ..: : : : :":":': :":" :
-
Takes Over ,Dutiej, Further provision in the legisla- Othhers attending from Clewiston!' :_: ,:(

tion permits"annual determinationof were Scouts Junior Martinez, Les- .y.. .A.t:.

Interior Harold a surplus\ in the funds of "a ter Jacobs, Sammy Young, Jack y.
Secretary of the respective county when 'sufficient Martinez .and 'Bruce Beardsley.IN 'y '.
week, 'ap
"Ickes, on Saturday of last: .t
under the
William B. Hill, former associate I money has, been provided y.. 'y,..
pointed interest
credit plan for 'tIle' 'payment of -
for the
highway engineer and 'principal and sinking TIlE COURT OF THE COUNT y y ,, by
Oklahoma Indian Service, as superintendent bonds' of JUDGE IN AND FOR HENURTi. t
'OIi' outstanding
the -
funds -
of the Seminole Indiar COUNTY, FLORIDA X )
the county, and 'from such surplus, .
located In, Dania +
at present '
Agency, Dwight' 'Gardin who the county will receive 20% for IN THE .MATTER OF ,THE ESTATE y ;
succeeds
Hill acting agent.for the the construction and _maintenance of OF H. J." B. SCHARNBERG, DECEASED JX; i ,
served as
has
roads in the _county .and the ,State OF FINAL, REPORT g
Gardin has NOTICE' OF, FILING 'HOT
of "DOES '
past couple years. Road Department will receive 80% AND APPLICATION FOR' i' COOLt .r.
to other duties the FINAri DISCHARGE 'A ROOM/
been assigned l
'construction of State roadsin '9
the
for IN
not"'disclos'ed.Bill INTERESTED
TO ALL''PERSONS' 1 ,
of which was "
nature such county, or the 'lease or SAID ESTATE: MUst'ee ," ;
41 of age, a 'native I that .
is years NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN :: pus wo.I1vplanation-
roadsin ..
State '
hOlds'degree purchase of bridges on 16, 1941,, .l
of Hyattesville, 1Md., and a the undersigned did on July ,
; yT
from the said county file In the, office of the ,County Judgein ..
;in, civil'. engineering and for Hendry County Florida,, t
University of Maryland Additional powers were given to at the Court House at LaBelle,_Florida X '
the State Board of Administration her final 'report (and application- .. ': .

permitting refunding of bonds of a for final discharge. .+. V..
of July 1941
Passes Bill To DATED this 16th day .
Senate particular county''or district for' the! MARIE MARGARET SCHARNBERG, 1.
annual As Executrix of the Last Will and +
reducing the' -
Allow :Deer Killing' purpose of ,Testament of H. J. B. Scharnberg. :: ( on Page, ,Ten) :t::
', I r 1 curtailments with the aim to eliminate Deceased. '.t:. ..
the levying and collectingof 255-July_ 18-25, .Aug. 18.PERQNAL. .t:. .!.
the
The Senate passed and sent to r 1 ,
introducedby ad v iorem'taxes by any county ;:
douse .Tuesday a bill .
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which -- -
Senator _Claude Pepper .meet X :X
of Interior I
will cbmpel Secretary A

lulling'Harold' of Ickes deer to in co-operate"Hendry' CountyIn in the Three Army ;Boats' J '_i: Want to insulate, your _home so it'll .* .

slab; "tick eradication pro: ,i' i : :: make additions? ::
oolerreroof
the Pass Thru Canal ,::: .be c .- ::.

"gram.Ickes had blocked the deer\ : Rachel it wasn't the picnic! It :s: Our- -,home- improvement. ;loan: plan is_ at 4:?
that ruined romance
slaughter on the' 'Indian 'Reserva- Three large freighters_ ,belongIng was that same your old cake. Try :: your service. Stop in and talk with one ::

the tion Indian in Hendry Bureau County fought and the through Pepper I through to the here U. about S. Army eight, o'clock passed new'cakes Rumford,'new Baking recipes. Powder Simplyuse ::i:: of our' officers-- about modernization orbuilding. '::

bill in the Senate. ,He urged I and.you'll:be able to pick-out J.
: Tuesday evening en route from want. For ; +
good recipe you
that no action be taken pending' the New' Orleans to New York. Each any with Rumford don't haveto ,y. y.

:report of a study being made by of the boats was '147 feet in length. chance the directions you to fita .t.:. ..t::-

the Audubon Society to attempt to It is understood that there were special kind of baking pow- y

determine whether the deer slaughter two 'more of the boats which were der action. The amount of baking j .i. ,v.:.

was really necessary to control too large to make the crossing powder .the directions call .y. y
for that's the right amountto v
the cattle fever tick. through the Cross-State Waterway Rumford .t. y
of forperfect
,use.
and were' ,compelled to. 'go around results eyery time. FREE. Send A V y
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County To Profit- By the Keys.---':Moore, Haven Democrat. for 'new booklet, 'cont ining
downs of' bright ideas to improve
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New Gas Tax Setup Local Scouts- Rumford'your Baking baking.Powder Address, Box: h 1 1KMI

:#Bumford, Rhode Island. .+.

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'liam should According'T get. Hull between to ,Circuit' Hendry$5,000 Clerk County Wil-and I first The class,meeting badges.was held' at the ...;::.....-::.....:.....:........:'.,:.'r.r..............................'.,........r........................................-...-....-..-:....-..:..-....:-......-:......:..:......:......:......:......:......:......:......:..-....:......:......:;....:......:.....,.:..+........:......:......:......:......:.....:......:..NN..,,....:..NN..,....:..NNN..,....!,...-:....N..!:....:.:"..-..,..:......:......:......:.....:N....:%.....:....-..:......:....:.......:.....:.......:......:......:....t...:....?..:.:.. ,aSs"i'


$10,000 a year under the new gas : 1s :
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tax legislation passed by the 1941 ? .... "..r..t.J.

legislature, while, the state road ,department DEFENSEBUY ..:..t:.. ... ,.t.-t.

would have about $20,000 .t.t: :. ;' ,?, ', : >'t...,...". ", :,"j.'if
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allocation to apply on the paymentof ..t.t::..t::.. '":tt I 1 ENJOY .. .'OJ,(,,, ::...if..
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road bonds. The first paymentWill .t.t: :. .. -.::. ,, ,..'l...
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part of the budget year. : t:. : ELECTRIC "
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Hendry County's '
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UN'ITEDSTATES .
June of 1939 which deprived the .. .'.;\ :J.
county of benefits from gasoline .tt:..:. :, .'. !: :t:: ::
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that Hendry again participate ,BONDSAND I.t.t: y:
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under the status of the '31 "credit ...'
system, plus road designations STAMPS ,
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since the '31 law was enacted. I AA is modern servant; a ,servant that : ;:
The 1931 law affecting all the sr:::!: Electricity the :

counties in Florida designated and I the and the pleasures of the :rs:
I: :: takes care of both work ? I IIn
Mixed credits for roads previously :

built by the counties, based on actual 4 I e 4 s' ; 'lipme and one hat will do everything quickly, efficient- :_:::::: I


ties to expenditures an amount, made of $107,688,461.-by the coun- ; :: ly and conomlcally. s::r:
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AMERICA ON GUARD! '
89. Since that date, the counties

nave received from the so-called Above is a reproduction of the 13::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;:::

Second Gas Tax payments which Treasury Department's Defence reading light or operate fi: ;: J.
nave reduced this outstanding Savings Poster, showing an exact I U; give your eyes two hours of safe '

credit to $30,000,000 still due. Un- duplication of the original "MinuteMan" of day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;:::
radio for most
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der it, 20 of the 67 counties have statue by famed sculptor I ; :: your :
teen fully repaid. Daniel Chester French. Defense ;j.t:. one thing that gets cheaper the more of It that you use. j:::=:_ I I.i.
Bonds and sale at
Stamps, on your ::::
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However, since that date, new bank or post office, are a vital partof + : I
roads have been built at the America's defense ....i.. 'I I
expense preparations. I .
have :;::;:
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*:'* ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :_?

What happens if I suddenly need the money I put into a := 'i Vy

Defense Savings Bond? ?.., yyy
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A. You can cash your Bond at any time, after 60 days, for the ..:.,? '- n}':

full, amount paid, plus any interest due you. : Y* *:":* \
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Q. Do many ,Bond owners cash their Bonds? yy

.A. No. People want to help arm America against all attacks.In xx:B: \ yyJ

many cases, people are putting -every cent they can IIA

,.., spare into Defense Bonds and Stamps. Some are doing :_' J: Glades Power and Light Co., _

This by asking employers or banks to withhold part of yyv

'**". their ,salaries in order to buy these Bonds or Stampsfor ?*x

them. vt ii&v.w

:NOTE.-To purchase Defense Bonds and Stamps, go to the nearest post .:. 1 :

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JULY 23, 1941 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVEN
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Mrs. E. W. Durst and Miss Mil- CLEWISTON COMMUNITY purchased the bonds I '
' I at fiftysevencents ity Center for the first time Moa- ,
: dred Durst will leave tomorrow to CHURCHE. on the dollar. Then on almost day: Children's dresses were being ,

; spend the week-end in Palmetto R. Weidler, Supply Minister the last day of the legislature laws cut Monday morning, and yarn .
_
J' r PersonalsMrs. ] with Mrs. Durst's sister, Mrs. A. M. were enacted providing for Issuance distributed for knitters.The .

Russell and Mr. Russell. of new bonds which Recon-
Sunday, July 27thSunday committee now, has on hand 'r.
struction Finance"Corporation '
1,128 %
.. School, 9:45 a. m., E. D. yards of material for layettes
Mrs. Melvin Pape and son, Rich- Clark, superintendent. bought. The new law will decreasethe and women's and girls' dresses ,

T, B. Shelley of Miami :s ard, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Papeare annual tax levy approximately and 110 pounds, of wool for p'
'4 a visitor in Clewiston this week. spending a few weeks in Key Morning Service, 11 a. m. seventy-five per cent to a six hun- sweaters. These are all to be made

. West, with Melvin Pape; 'who is Topic: The Virtue of Reverence. dred thousand dollars a year, and into garments by December. Help

,. g J Mr. and Mrs' Gideon. Brown andchildren,1 -I engaged., in'- the construction_the On Sunday, August 3, Rev. A. will cancel delinquent taxes to the is needed badly! Although many
submarine, base. there. Vaughn: of Fort Myers, will be tune, of about twenty million.
.
i :. Marjorie and Warren,' I : .,- are working. and will work on. these
in charge of the service, and jthe -
visited in Indiantown nday. Lord's' The refunding act.o'rigii:1ated': and !garm''ii.1s, it will ''take many hands
sacrament of the
Supper
r< Mr. and Mrs. J. ,E. Beardsley, passed the House and Senate undera
. will be observed. many; hours to transform all that ',.
1 Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet and Jim, Dan and Bruce Beardsley spent waiver of parlimentary procedure.
'Bushnell. The sacrament of infant baptism With the law material into completed garments.There's .
Sharon spent the week-end at Miami the week-end in Mr. new the actual indebtednea.s _
.
, \,' Beach. Beardsley attended'.'a ''farm' labor, will be observed, at the request of the district was reduced a 'display of completed ,i..

s ., committee meetingin, .Orlando of several parents. Those who from seventeen million to garments that will stimulate Inter- t
J': ".,"' J interested in presenting their million ::+
while : 'J are I less than six dollars withoutthe
away. est, and give
; Mrs. Blanche Turner and Mrs. I II an idea how things :
L -J.- 4: : children for infant baptism should investment of a single dollar
1 Ruth B. Owens spent the weekend will look when completed. '
Of t see Mr. Weidler so arrangements ] ,:
Mrs. Thelma :Davis Delray (good financing measured by any
::1 in Okeechobee. Beach, who has been ,visiting rela- I I may be made. one's yardstick.) I am happy to -- ----- .L:

tives here, returned" to ,her home have been a member of the past :::: '1 .;'

J Mr. and Mrs. Al Brewer and chil- Tuesday. ,Mrs. R.: 'L. Guthrie and. NO EXCHANGE several sessions which have spent ')

:J dren, Esther and Grant, visited in drove'' her' to hours Dr.. Walter
Mrs. Dan Allen Del- ... long fighting to bring about F. Purdon ./
:
\ Fort Myers Sunday. ray. ''' By Allison 'Turner the final conclusion. I believe this '

4 --" .,, (Reprinted from August 'GOod to be'-some of the most, if not the : Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon i

,| Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hamilton of Mr. and Mrs. H. A; 0'
1 J Belle Glade were guests of Mr. this ,week' from 'a trip to the past ten years as far as the I Clewiston .,,

J and Mrs. Joseph Robbins Sunday. the Ozark mountains.' :They visited I'm the stork, property owners around Lake Okee- Daily except Sunday and ::'

) their son, Lt. R. J. ''Bestor, at Fort and I'm objectingto chobee are concerned.Contributions Thursday "-':

1 Miss Hortense Collins spent the Leonard Wood, Mo.;' during their couples who are expecting'' Evening' hours, Monday, Tuesday, I .:

't 1 week-end in Canal Point visiting stay. a he when I bring- them a she ., Friday; Saturday. .,

'.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Carlisle. or a she when ,I bring them' a he. I To- ':t' .. .

.j Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt are Tm the stork, '

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis 'of parents of twin boys who were bornin and I'm suggesting .

'j. Canal Point visited relatives in I the Good Samaritan hospital that: couples stop requestinghe I (Continued from page 1) Johnson's Fish '"

Clewiston Sunday. Tuesday. The babies, 'each of,, whom or she, and not forget I ting. its garments into the shipping CampNear
weighed a little more' than four they'll take what they beget. I depot. The production com- ( Hurricane Gate)

:4 Mr. and Mrs. John Blount and I pounds, and their .mother; are. doing mittee and the chapter are most I ,Glewiston, Fla.

:4.'' Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Calkins of Mill I nicely. New Laws- appreciative of Mr. Clark's assist Boats and Motors-Guide; Service

.ll ami visited Mrs. Ruth B. Owens ance. Rates ReasonableW. '.

J( Tuesday. I Mrs. Frank King of' Domopolis, Some have questioned the ad- I H. Johnson, Mgr.

Ala., and Mrs. R. Walker Watson (Continued from page 1) l visability of volunteer garment pro-

I Mrs. :Maud Hare has as her of Columbus, Mississippi, are visiting acts relating to levying different duction and have wondered If the
< guests her sister, Mrs. Helen How- their brothers, W' C. Prewitt -
millages. Failing in this attempt Red Cross wouldn't do just as wellto
ard and daughter Bethy, of Rock :and M M. Prewitt and their fam- there has prevailed for the past buy' their garments from CLEWISTON"TINNING

1 Hill, S. C. I ilies. Mrs. King's children, Carolyn. five or six years a general tax paying facturers.' To ,properly manu-I & PLUMBING SHOP .

) ----- and Frank, are with them. strike and taxes had accum- question the Red Cross delivered Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
1 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bolton and I
mulated to the extent of ten or I samples of chapter-made garmentsto
sons, Ben and Jerry, have returned '' Prompt, Efficient Service
A. D. 'Frith, who recently enlisted twelve dollars per acre on a majority three manufacturers for valua-

i from, a visit with relatives in ( in the U. S. Marines, C was ac- of the farm and range lands tion, and found that the wholesale PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.

Dawson, Ga. cepted by the recruiting office in within the district. commercial valuations were from

----- Tampa last week and has been, sentto Governor Holland discussed very two to three times the cost of the
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Walston of Island S. C. for several
Parris .
thoroughly with the Senators and materials involved. In other words,
Okeechobee have moved to Clewis- weeks before he is definite .
given a
Representatives of South Florida when volunteers make the garmentsthe ,
] ton and are residing the Schult assignment.Mr. J. (M. COUSECounselor
every possibility of a refunding pro- Red Cross is enabled to send .
1 Apartments. I
,J gram, held different, conferenceswith Britain two or three garments for and Attorn*" at law
and Mrs. Rolla Waugh of each one that could be if
j landowners' and finally after sent they Building
Miss Elizabeth Winn, who is at- Okmulgee, Oklahoma, guests Hopkins
were
all had agreed on a program he were bought ready-made.
. ,1 tending summer school in Lakeland, Sunday and Tuesday of Mrs.Waugh's Wednesdays and Sniin-fays
appointed a syndicate that was so Production on ,the new quota be-
J spent the week-end at her home
brother, H. H. Turner and
',1 here. '' impressive they got under (Mr. gan this week and the Red Cross '0:30 to 4:00
Mrs. Turner. On Sunday Mr. and
Rorick'sthe bondholder's skin and flag was flown from the Commun
-- Mrs. T. P. Turner and Mrs. Mary j

. t- Mrs. W: E. Bolton, Mrs. C. L. Waugh of Avon Park were also -

, McLendon and. Mrs. Louis Bolton I of the Turners. : .
guests '
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spent Thursday in West Palm I -';' (
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!,j '-: --- have moved into a house on the 'fB :" .
'u'u' s. DEFENSE BONDS
; Mr. and Mrs C.* L. v McLendon government reservation I adjoining .

"; and son have returned from a ,two I.A. R. Broadfoot's. Mr. Sullivan ..... .:If
weeks' visit in Atlanta and in'was recently transferred to Clewis-
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j Western North Carolina. !, ton by the U. S. Engineers and is '

1! assistant to Mr. Broadfoot: on airport .!",:. ...' ? *. 5i.
1 Mrs. D. M. Clark and children, ;I surveys and construction. .:WSW. .;.:'..:... '
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::1 Danny and Joy, and her __mother, '.I I

;\:::, Mrs. C. M. Allen, visited friends in Mrs; Alfred Cherry of Elm- "":'...,: 'o ...... .... .:. Your dollars are needed 01 .
i; Pahokee this week. hurst, N. J., has been visiting her > "

'J 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. 'Jones 'f,;:,: rk: : the defense production lint f .'
Miss Maxine left
Doty yesterday I for two weeks. Mrs. Jones and

: for Avon Park where she has accepted Mrs. Cherry' left yesterday for a trip

,; the position of manager of to ,North and South Carolina. In r i1'g' / All-out defense of America > <

the Western Union Telegraph of- Asheville they were joined by Mrs.' "
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i. fice. Jones' brother, Rev. C. C. Smith, 91 : r, requires the all-out cooperation

.J who accompanied them to Spartan-
i Tinsley West ,of Jacksonville was IJ4 of every American. You x{;
burg, S. C., where a family reunion -
; a visitor in Clewiston Wednesday. held at the home of
was
:i i can help by purchasingDefense ,.s
Mr. West is a special agent for the another brother, Rev. A. E. Smith.

Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Mrs. Jones will visit in North Caro- Bonds at this bank.

L" .' Company.C. lina before returning home and a'/'

J Mrs. Cherry will return to her t < 'A Series E bonds are available ;.};
W. Benson spent the week- I ,
home in Elmhurst.
end with relatives in Tampa. Miss I I ( >;. .., at the following issue prices: t'

I Lee Pridgen accompanied him and MRS. WILCOX GIVEN SURPRISE I

, visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and BRIDAL SHOWER WEDNESDAYMrs. $18.75; $37.50; $75; $375; $750.

Mrs. W. W. Chadwic .. .

! J. B. Wilcox, who before her
:Mrs. T. C. Musgrave and Mrs.
marriage last week was Miss Ruth
' Blanche Turner drove to Miami
Marshall, was given a surprise miscellaneous I
yesterday for Eddie :Musgrave who I I shower Wednesday evening .a.

! has been visiting relatives there I I by members of her bridge club.
since the first of the week.
4 1 I Mrs. Ruth B. Owens was hostessto
the club and entertained at the
Jimmie Davis, who recently enlisted -
home of .:Mrs. Wilcox. At the 1
in the navy, left Saturdayfor
bridge game Mrs. Blanche Turnerwon ,
Miami and has been sent
to
I first prize and Miss Virginia
the naval training school in Nor- Jordan second.

! folk. Mrs. Owens served bride's cake

! and ice cream sundaes. As!; 'refreshments -
i Mrs. J. H. Carmichel left Tues
were being served the
: day for her home in Augusta, Ga.,
gifts were presented to Mrs. Wilcox.
after visiting her mother, Mrs. C.
Those attending were Mrs. Wil-
L.. at the Clewiston Inn
Moran, .
cox, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. G.

Apartments. I H. Small, Miss Virginia Jordan, ,. 1j

-t-- I Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. Earl Smith.
Halson H. Avant returned the i
and Mrs. Blanche Turner.
latter part of the week from Mas- I I

terdam, N. Y., where he has been I
MISS BETTY SPICER HONOREE
employed for several months by the.I
AT PARTY IN MIAMI SATURDAY
Huffman Construction Company.
. Miss Pat Campbell entertainedwith
", Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and a dessert bridge and miscel- \

'', sons, Gene and Bub, left Monday laneous shower for Miss Betty
morning' for a visit with relativesat Spicer whose marriage to
Sandy I
Marco and a stay at Fort Myers I Bell, Jr., will be an event of Au- l\.p j 9Ft_$oapercrt/ay wtth'tho government ovt P'OIl'or mJijftl11t&b,. f'l

Beach. I gust 3rd. The party was held at 'LAt' .:wri orunrrod Ski ro, D.fenHlGvln d '. J.

'" -- I the Tatem Surf Club, and guests '

. ''. Mr' and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford i were, Miami girls, who were college
:
have returned from a vacation !i friends of Miss Spicer.

spent in Western North Carolina. } Miss Dorothy Barr won first

Their son, Van, who is a studentat I prize and Mrs. F. Conway Hamilton of Clewis
First Bank tan'
Moses Brown School in Providence j second. Four tables of bridge were ,

R. L, returned with them in play.

.5 5 5 for the summer. Their daughter, Refreshments were strawberry

Miss Eleanor, accompanied her : parfait, cakes and an Iced drink.'

cousin, Miss I Harriett Pullen, on a : Miss Spicer was the recipient of .
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said, "Well, what seems to be your IMPROVED Circumnavigation as Done

offer"I ?guess" you already know Bob UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL By Young Naval OfficerA

Graham," Roper said. "You know

how a warrior gang of Cleve Tan- SUNDAY R young naval officer whose

ner's jumped down on him, on some'_ (Lesson marks in navigation had not been

thin excuse, and run him off his all that might have been desired,
"'ALAN-It MAYINSTALLMENT W.N.U. Releasehis range. They even took over his By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. was set to "shooting the sun" to
house windmill and his Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
and his cor- of Chicago. determine the ship's position. The
That'swhat
5 warriors onto the border. rals. Now, I aim to hand back that (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) vessel was somewhere west of

TUE STORY SO FAR: I want. Because by "then I'll range to Bob Graham; he's waitingin Penzance. Aftera while the

Dusty King and Lew Gordon were Joint be working somewhere else. Bigspring for the word. Your partof junior delivered the result of his
owners cf the vast King-Gordon range which "And you want me to take 'em the job is simple enoughyoujust Lesson for July 27 calculations. ,

stretched from Texas to Montana. When on the other side-is that the idee?" go and take it away 'from the .
this of ranches, they continually Shortly afterwards, the captain
building up string "I want three dollars a head, Tanner bunch." Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
. had to fight the unscrupulous Ben and copyrighted by International sent for him. "Young man," he
Thorpe. He rivaled King-Gordon wealth American gold, paid off as the" cat- "Simple, huh? Just how do you permission.Council of Religious education; used by said, seriously, "remove your
and power, but had gained his position tle'come out of the water. figure this simple trick is to be We'are- now on a hallowed spot.cap."
wholesale cattle' rustling and gun of gathering his wild done "
through Roper's ways ? "
1 THE HOLY ''SPIRIT INSPIRES "Beg your pardon, sir? 'Yes,
play. One afternoon King was killed by bunch were diverse, as diverse as "A'lawyer in San Antonio kept NEW sir," said the captain. "If
and his two assistants Cleve Tanner One TESTAMENT LETTERS you
Thorpe
the saddle men he gathered. the Rangers off' when Tanner' have calculated accurately '
we arp
Walk Lasham. King's adopted son
and way or another, picking up a man jumped Graham. Now we've got another '-' -;middle;
BillRoper. decided to start a cattle war, LESSON TEXT Galatlans 1:11. 12; I now right smack in the of
against Thorpe,In Texas. He made this decision here, three more there, he got. all, better lawyer in San Antonio ,'I'! essalonians 2:13; II Timothy 3:14-17: ; II Westminster Abbey."
against .the strong opposition of his: he needed, and more. to keep them off when Graham I Peter 3:14.16: ; Jude 3. .
partner Lew Gord n.. Bill's, sweetheart. But certain other things had to .be. jumps Tanner. The only question is, I GOLDEN TEXT-All scripture la given
Jody Gordon pleaded frantically with done, in order that the wild bunch who's got enough salt to, grab that by Inspiration of God, and Is profitable for
him\ to turn back, but could' not change would have work to do, planned in range-and then hang onto it?" ; doctrine for reproof; for correction for instruction I

his grim determination.. such a way that something wouldbe "And what do "we get, out of all In righteousness.-It Timothy 3:16. II i
lWOOWf1IWlAr
.:, CHAPTER VII accomplished that would stay ac- this?"

complished.On "Graham takes over the outfit and Letters are usually interesting, I

These men whom Roper now gath- a steamy afternoon early in runs it. You hang around and help frequently very important, and always I

ered about him hated a particularman July, ,Bill Roper sat in Fred Max him, and see that. he doesn't get revealing as to the characterand

not only as lawless as ,them- im's San Antonio law office. Maximwas run off again: For that you get a interests of the writer. Thatis

selves, but a man who 'was more an attorney who, some thought, half interest hi'the outfit. You split'it generally true of ordinary daily I .
worked under different name, mail, but how true it is of the SAA'rHEI.EIr\V
than one man. Ben Thorpe was a had a among. you any way you see fit. very
thousand men; operating under somewhere before; but here, assur- I'll back Graham with cattle, and letters of Scripture, the epistles of -nllMMOtlleR

Cleve Tanner in the south, and Walk edly he was in no one's pay. what other stuff he needs." Peter, Paul, Jude, and John. For J INVENTED THE

Lasham in the north, his innumer- "I'm not asking the, likes of' you Nate Liggett said, "Bill, I don't in them "holy men of God spakeas SEWING-MACHINE

able retainers filamented the plains what's what," Bill 'Roper said. "I see where we come in for no ad- they were moved by the HolyGhost" s (IN 1830. A MOB,
from the Rio Grande to the Big vantage." (II Pet. 1:21)). t RESENTING HIS

Horn. That Roper's men hated Ben "If you're satisfied with the lone I. The Gospel (Gal.. 1:11, 12; I 8BTKK WAY

Thorpe was no coincidence; Roper wolf stuff. you've been pulling, I Thess. 2:13)). t DESTRoYED IT. '

"had picked men of personal grudge. haven't got anything to offer you," The good news (for that is the,
Most of them had first been out- Roper admitted. "But I'll tell you ,meaning of "gospel") of salvationby

lawed because they had not suited a this-the boys that string with me grace through faith in Jesus

single organization the organization / now will see the day when they'llrun Christ as Saviour has from the very

of Ben Thorpe.Up Texas; and Cleve Tanner, and beginning of its proclamation been .

and down and across half of iqu / Ben Thorpe, too, will be busted up subject to attack. Men are not content 1

Texas, constantly in the saddle, Bill uya and forgot!" to receive God's way of salvation I r '1fl

Roper threaded his new organization. "It's a hefty order!" but want to add something to,

Sometimes Dry Camp Pierce'was it adjust its to meet
"Maybe it is. This Graham busi- ; requirements E BETTER WAV TO TREAT
with him; more often, he traveled ness is a kind of experiment; it'll hew' situations, to tinker and twist.: ,c0N5fIPATION DUE
TO
LACK OFPROPfZ''BULK"
alone. These famous gunfighters work if you make it work. But if 1., A Divine Revelation (Gal. 1:.
IM THE DIET 15 70
and outlawed men whom Roper it goes through okay-it's only the Jl, 12)). i
CORRECT THE cause OF THE!
':'gathered were just youngsters, most- beginning, you hear me? You string Paul was not presenting some-. "
''ly. Some of them were true killers; \i i" with me a little while; and maybe thing which he or some other man TROUBLE W/TH/ DELICIOUS

''some merely reckless kids who had by God, we'll show a couple of peo had "worked up," but a message'P1at CEREAL, KEIUX&'SPAY -
'got off on the wrong foot. All of pIe something ." he had "prayed'' down." Paul I AU:BKAN... EAT '

:them were badly wanted by what :was 'only delivering that which he ff,EVERY Bi

'little law there was. had received from God (see I Cor.' BND" DRINK LENf Y HA I

Dry Camp Pierce-he was called CHAPTER VIII 15:1-4)). This divine revelation has PF WATER.
that because he hated to too u
camp no human frailty and weakness,
'near to water-went to work for ( Hot, dry days of early AugustAs no human error, and no misleading

Bill Roper as he had never worked the first sun struck with a red philosophies. It does not need to

before; and thus the king of cow heat across the plains, the Tanner be revised every year or two. It is Feeling the BurdenHe

,thieves, the brand changer extraor- men who held the Graham ranch God's eternal message of redemption who is of a calm and happy

dinary, for once aligned on the side were already saddling. All over nature will hardly feel tHe pres-

,of the law that was not. Texas, cowmen were throwing together 2. A Message of Salvation (]I sure of age, but to him who is of

Ten rustlers' camps hooked into the 'last trail herds of the Thess.' 2:13)). an opposite disposition youth and

Thorpe-T nner, territory year; it was time for these Tanner age are equally a burden.-Plato.WORLD'S .
It works in those who believe.

But Dry Camp also helped in oth- men again,to to roll round their up, the chuck last wagons of the ,Yes._. _it_ does-blessed be__ the___ _name__n__ of__

er ways.A Roper's ways of gathering his trail-fit stock that remained in the IGo 1! God's Book says so, and the LARGEST
hot June dusk, five days after wild bunch diverse. experience of hundreds of thou-
I were herds which 'had belonged to Bob SELLER ATStJOSEPII
the meeting at Whipper Forks found
Graham. sands of men and women over a
Bill Roper at the Dry Saddle Cross- want to know who actually owns I period of almost 2,000 years agrees. SPI1H
Out from what had been the Gra-
where he to meet Lee Har- the Graham stand.
ing, was,, range rights on Note, however, that to work, the
nish; and this meeting, too, was arranged The hard-bitten little man across ham corral, three riders swept message must not only be "re-

by Dry Camp Pierce, thoughby the desk from Roper was still cadgy. through the dusty dawn; but they ceived," but also "accepted" as As Men Are Born .

this time Pierce,was already far "When it comes to ousting a man had hardly left the pole fences be- ,the Word of God. The message of: Some men were born for great
hind when six other riders confronted
-
'
away. 'from possession the Bible may be received as a things, some were born for small.
Here ran the 'broad, manychanneled "You know who 'ousted' Bob Gra- them, rising into their saddles matter of fact, but for salvation it But some-it is not recorded why
Comanches of the brush.
river, dividing two countriesa ham and his family from possession. like out must be accepted and believed as they were born at all.-W. Carle-
closed in semicircle
The
river whose split wanderings made Cleve Tanner took over that outfit strangers a a matter of faith.II. ton.
their carbines in
two miles of intermittent shallows.At by main horse-and-gun power, with-' unhurriedly,
their hands. In another minute or The Bible (II Tim. 3:14-17; II
this border of a vast, imperceptibly out decent cause or reason. Every- Pet. 3:14-16)). '
the- three Tanner riders
rolling prairie stood a narrow body knows that. I'm asking you two were
grouped in a defensive knot, while Near the end of a life given in STOMACH SUFfERERS
string of adobe shacks. That was now-
from the semi-circle of the raiders utter sacrifice to God's cause, Paulis
the Dry Saddle Crossing. "Taylor and Graves are already Don't despair"MATB"3,"formerly known as
forward to talkit ready to be used of the Holy
Nate Liggett jogged "
"Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy, beneficially
Two men-Bill and Lee that be doneto
Roper I doing everything can Spirit to speak concerning the writ- used by thousands for over 30 years tends to
Harnish-sat in front of one of those'.' regain possession of Graham's over. i alleviate tho discomforts of temporary constipation -
ten Word. with In the Intestines"Moyr's"thoroughly
pas
"I don't think want to
abandoned shacks, and tried to get outfit," Maxim said, smiling.It you go on, flushes and lubricates the Intestines heirs to
1. It Is God-Inspired (II Tim. 3 one dose
he said. "I don't even think you : eliminate poisonous waste products.
together. was the smile that Roper liked. helps to convince that life Is worth living. Drutr-
want to work for this outfit any 14-17). gist or send$1.25 to Berosol Products,Rockaway
"I've always understood, Roper "Suppose I hold the Bob Graham Be sure to read this in Beach Now York. ttfn RIPANS TABULES,
more. passage wed 43 year for \nd\gtttvtn and laxative. _
said, "that you were acquaintedsome lands, and Bob Graham's familyare the Authorized Version. The Re- ,

below the line." living on it. Two nights later, one hundred and fifty vised has taken liberties with this \

Harnish's hard eyes studied Roper "Bob Graham hasn't got posses- miles away- verse which the finest scholarship Aggravate(1.1gnorance,
and for.a little while sion Maxim said. Double ignorance is where a I
nothing With the approach of dusk, a peculiar does not countenance. It properly
could be heard except the "Suppose he did have?" man is ignorant in his ignorance.
mourn- light lay upon the valley of reads, "All scripture is given by in- I
ing of doves in the willow scrub by "Never could happen. Ben the Potreros. In a reach of open spiration of God, and is profitablefor II I II III IIe. III I

the water. Next to Dry Camp Pierce, Thorpe". grass a-herd of five hundred head doctrine (teaching), for reproof, I
Lee' Harnish was the oldest of thoseto "Shut up a minute," Roper said. bunched loosely-tame, heavy cat- for correction, for instruction," etc. I
join Roper; he was twentyeight.He "I'm not asking to put. raham I
you : tle, already well removed by breed- Other books may claim some kindor
was tall and lank, sun-baked almost back in possession of his rarfge. I'm ing from the old, wild, long-horn measure of human inspirationthis I I

to the color'of an Indian; his not asking you to save him from strain. But they had not bunched Book is inspired of God. -OUR- I

green eyes were curiously'blank, impenetrable being, put off again in the way he voluntarily. They shuffled restlessly 2. It Is Not to Be Wrested (II I Csp-Bruih"Applicator kes"BUCK LEAF 40GO ", I

and he liked to look his was before. What I want,to know is, watching the brush! something Pet. 3:14-16). JUST DASH A IN .. MUCH FARTHER fjjj I IFEATHERS. I
man in the eye with the peculiar head off
can some cooked-up
you around them that
was happening If permitted to do so, God's Word
fixity seen in the gaze of hawks. interference with Graham aft-
legal ,
did,not understand.As .
they will bring peace of heart make a
"I've been down there some," he er he's in possession again?" the' light failed, the figures ot man spotless and blameless, (v. 14).

admitted. "I've made a few drives Fred Maxim thought it over. "I horsemen'emerged from the brush, But its salvation (v. ,15)) is not for

into Chihuahua" ; one drive to Mex- can only promise you that I can cutting mile-long shadows into the those who ignorantly, or because of gets o/J
"
ico City. cause considerable' delay, he said. flat rays of sunset; the huge, heavy- their ignorance, or because they are
"If you had a big wet herd run "Months of delay?" shouldered man who signaled to his not steadfast in their lives, wrest its '
to you just below the line, would "Providing you can show possession -
spread-out cowboys by turning his I truth. Let us receive the Word with :
know ho to get rid of it?" I'll keep clear until hell AVERTSINGI
you you
: horse this way, or that, in Indian gladness, not twist it or distort its
"I can't make out your hand," freezes. horse language, was Dave Shannon. meaning to our own destruction. I
Harnish said. "King-Gordon never "That's all I want ."
They did not'harass the cattle. III. The ,Faith (Jude 3).
swung the long rope yet that I Still July, at Willow CreekA Only between sunset and the next
,
heard of.." 1. It Was "Delivered Once for o ADVERTISING
barren of hills sand hills
----- -- range ; I I daylight, no 'cow took a step other "
"I'm not King-Gordon now. My golden in the dawn, purple in the I than in the direction of, the Mexican All. represents the leadership ofa
stunt is to smash Cleve Tanner;' andI twilight, barren always. Beneath border It is a final revelation from God.
don't care what it costs." them, what had been the Willow There is no other gospel, and there nation. It points the way.

"What's wrong with backing him Creek camp of the'old KingGordon.In Dry-grass season; Texas scorched by never-will be another. What assur- We merely follow-follow to
into a shoot-out, if that's what you the bunkhouse nearest the river, die hot Ivinds- ance. that gives us both believingit
and proclaiming it! But the world 'new heights of comfort of
want? five men lounging around a little All across the southern ranges a ,
"That comes later. If I bust Tan room. peculiar thing was happening. As hates this gospel, and attacks on it convenience of happiness. ,
I bust Thorpe. But if Tan- "All right hard Bill art> to be expected. Therefore' ,
ner can you guys, word spread from twenty points of
is gunned before he's busted said "you know who told 2. It Is to Be Earnestly Contended jJ
ner Roper ; you disturbance, certain of the older cat- As time goes on advertising -
Thorpe will take over in Texas and to come, here. Dry Camp ,Pierce' .tlemen began to sense that there For.
the chance to break up his Texas told you to come here. Maybe he was a curious, almost systematicorder No matter how peaceable we.. is used more and more, ,

layout will be gone." told you what you could look for to what in itself seemed a may be, how loving and tender- and as it is used more we
hearted if and when attack is.
"You ain't going to bust him by here, huh? widespread disruption. All over the ,
running off a few head of cattle. These four gunfighters who met Big Bend country, eastward almostto made upon the Lordship of Christ, all profit more. It's the way'

This river crossing is slow work, Roper here were none of them older the well settled Nueces, west- when men make light of sin, and so has-
kid." than Bill; yet each was famous as a ward beyond the barren Pecos, seem to minimize the vital importance advertising ';;

"I figure to cross five thousand killer in his own right. Of them all northward to the fever line, was of holiness of life-then, of bringing a profit to

head within the next three months," Bill Roper alone had no name, no breaking a spotty wave of raids of however unpleasant contention and
told him. Yet in controversy may be to us, it is time everybody concerned,
Roper reputation. respect for the an unparalleled boldness. Far apart,
"Five thousand head won't even name of Dusty King, they had come but almost simultaneously, hell had we cast our self-regard aside and the consumer included
scratch the hide of Thorpe and Tan- to hear him out. busted loose in a great number of contend earnestly for the faith"once

ner, son." Nate Liggett, a round-faced kid places, covering more than half of for all delivered to the" saints. (J.

"I know that as well as you. Whatit with eyelashes that looked as if they Texas. D. Jones).

will do, it'll draw Tanner to throw had been powdered with white dust, (TO BE CONTINUED)

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PAGE TEN THE CLE1V18TON NEWS FRIDAY._, .. JirT_,v_ ojxtri, ....T.. H


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND ': defendants or either of them so deceased of SWU Sec 17, Twp 43 Rge 28. complainant, and said suit is now and
FOR IIENDRY COUNTY, FLOR:'I ; Charles A. Park, and- Cert. No. 21, dated 9-7-1936 NWT4 pending in the said court and you. It is each and> all of you by default
IDA. :, Park, his wife, if alive, and if they of NEB Sec 17, Twp 43 Rge 28. and each, and all of you, and 'all oe, hereby': ordered that this notice
I or either of them be dead, all parties Cert. No. 123. dated 8-1-1927 NW34 parties claiming an interest therein published weeks a week for four
I claiming interests under said de- except SEtf of NV'of NW& and are hereby required to file with the consecutive in the Clewiston
Bill to Foreclose .Tnx Liens fendants or either of them so deceased exc S\V\i of NEU of NWtf, Sec 18, Clerk of said Court your written ap- circulation newspaper having general
RAY C. HULL,. ; The Florida State Drainage I Twp 43 Rge 28. .pearance'i';.'"(personally, or by attorney in Hendry County Florida.
Complainant, Land Company, a corporation, and : Cert. No. 65 dated 7- -1930 NW'/4 .) 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 Way of NECK of day of August A.. D. 1941,' being the Florida at.LaBel1e, Hendry County
T. J. CHAMPION, 'et al., and to all persons having or claim- NE& and E2h of E% of NE',4 of NE'A first Monday and Rule Day In said 1941. this 2nd day Of July, AD'
Defendants. ing any interest in the following described Sec 18, Twp 43 Rge 28. month, and thereafter file with said
lands, situate in Hendry County Cert. No. 67, dated 7-7-1930 NE 4 Clerk your written defenses, if any, (SEAL)
ORDER OF PURIFICATION I Florida, to-wit: except N'of NEU of NE'/i Sec 19, to the bill of complaint in said suit WILLIAM: T. HULL.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: All Section 5V'h and NW'/i Twp 43 Rge 28. at the time prescribed by law, or a Clerk Circuit' Court,
To T. J. Champion, and of NE',4 and W% of SEE of NE Cert. No. 124, dated 8-1-1927 NW' decree Hendry 2c5unty' Fiorida-
Champion, his wife, if alive, and if and NW',1 of SE& and SE% of : Section 19, Twp 43 Rge 28. will be entered against you July 4, 11, 18, .
J. they or either of them be dead, all SE 4 of Section 9; All of Section I Cert. No. 33 dated 6-6-1938 Gov
.'. parties claiming interests under said 10; All Section 12; All Section 17; Lot 3 Sec 20, Twp 43 Rge 28. ---- -
defendants or either of them so deceased S2h of NE% and NWU of NE2I The assessment of the said property
: H. J. Chapman, and W% of NW%, and \V% of under the said certificates Issued was
Chapman, his wife, If alive, and if SE# and SE& of SE4 and N% In the name of Myra Haefeker, E. I
they or either of them be dead, all of NE>,i of SEii and STV'i and I I R. Moore W. A. Latz, G. Bostick,. J.
parties claiming interests under saiddefendants i NE% of NE'/i of Section 21; All B.- Maxwell, Augusta M.: Townsend,
or either of them so deceased Section 29; Sly and NW2A and Sly F. B. Savell, Unknown, E. D. Under-
; G. C. Bantz, and of NE'i and NE% of NEU of I wood, R. E. Watson, Kenollna Realty,
Bantz, his wife, if alive, and if theyor I 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 defend County.. Florida. I.I according: to. law,,__the prop
ts"orf 1erof them so deceased; I You and 'each of you are hereby erty described therein will be sold 1 .r
C. :Mable Williams, and Williams notified that a suit in Chancery has to the highest bidder at the court
her husband, if alive, and if''I 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, Florida the month of August, 1941 which 's...
parties claiming interests under said by Ray C.' Run for the purposeof the 4th day of August, 1941
defendants or cither of them so deceased foreclosing tax liens purchased by Dated this 4th day of July, 19-!l. i't' r :
; 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 T. HULL,
of them be dead, all parties f
either of Chapter 18,296, Acts of the Clerk: Circuit Court of
claiming interests under said defend- i I Legislature of Florida 1937, and to County Florida
Hendry ,
ants or either of them so deceased; have subordinated the right, title, interest I
Louis Arquier, and :Marie L. Arquier, and claim which you, and eachof July 4, 11, 18, 25. t '
his wife, If alive, and if they or I you, have, or claim in said lands j
either of them be. dead, all parties and every parcel thereof, to the lien
claiming interests under said defendants of the complainant, and the right of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND \ : // '
or either of them so deceased the complainant to enforce the same FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLOR- CI ,
; Alice"M. Lockwood, and by foreclosure and sale and to have IDA. :
Lockwood, her husband, if alive, and the said lands sold under a decreeof ,
If they or. either of them be dead, all the said court to satisfy and dis- ;;
parties claiming interests under said charge the tax liens which have accrued Dill lo Foreclose Tax Liens 1.. x ao .
defendants or either of them so deceased thereon and which are held by RAY C. Hull, ''I 6".roJ.it' riv:'
; James Armour and I complainant, and said suit is now Complainant,
Armour, his wife, ifalive, !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., / in
parties claiming interests under said ties claiming an Interest therein, are Defendants. '
defendants or either of them so deceased I I hereby required to file with the Clerkof ORDER OF PUBLICATION '
; :Marie A. Johnson, and I said Court your written appear- THE STATE OF FLORIDA: IRe !
Johnson, her husband, if alive, and ance (personally, or by attorney), in To the defendants herein; Mary Lee A vi :
if they or- either of them be dead, said suit on Monday, the 4th day of Carroll, clp Brune, Parker, Carey & .
all parties claiming interests under 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, CONDITIONED4ompJ1
deceased; Dr. C. M. Snavely, and I and thereafter file with the said Owosso, Michigan; D. O. Wood, 307
Snavely, his wife, if alive:, Clerk your written defenses, if, any, Osage Street, Manhattan, Kansas;" E.
and if they or ''either of them be dead, to the bill of complaint in said suit B. Rehm, 353 W. 29th Street, Chicago,
all parties claiming interests under at the time prescribed by law, or a Illinois; Alfred A. Furness, 938 N.
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.. Charles A. Bartels. 4746 Virginia Ave-
and if he be dead, all parties claiming It is hereby ordered that this noticebe nue, Chicago, Illinois; Richard F.
interests under said defendant so published once a week for four Hinman, Chicago, Illinois: Joseph Dependable 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.WITNESS Broadway, Dubuque, Iowa; Millard F.
defendants or either of them so de- 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, Wilkinslurg, Pennsyl-
Baker, his wife if alive, and if theyor Florida, this 2nd day of July, A. D. vania; N. M. Bodine; El Reno Okla- Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
either of them be dead, all parties 1941. homa; Albert F. Regal, Taconite, Min-
claiming interests under said defendants (SEAL) 1, nesota; J. S. Gadd, Alurena, Kansas; and the North.
or either of them so de- WILLIAM T. HULL, Sopia Becker, Chicago, Illinois; Carl
ceased; John Zvolanck and Clerk Circuit Court, Anderson, Honolulu, T. H. Ola Anderson NorthboundLv. .
Zvolanck his wife, if alive; and if Hendry County Florida. I Honolulu, 'T. H.; C. L. Heren, CANAL POINT . 4.55AM 1:25 PM
they or either of them be dead, all July 4, 11, 18, 25. Custer, Montana; I. E. Day, Medora, Ar. TAMPA . 10:10AM 6:55 PM Costs Less than
parties claiming interests under said Illinois: Benj. Gill Colorado Springs, Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5.50PM Driving
defendants _or either of them so deceased Colorado- .: G. R. Hawkins.-- Danville.. Ar. ORLANDO '. 10.50AM 7:45 PM One RoundTrip
; J. .'1. Anaerson, ir alive, ana I Illinois; E.ciiiwford, Council Bluff, JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 11:45 PM n" Way
if he be dead, all parties claiming NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Iowa; Anson Wheeler, and Euphemia Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12.59AM
interests under said defendant .so deceased DEED A. Wheeler, Battle Creek, Michigan; Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM IIO.AM JACKSONVILLE MIAMI : $ 4:70 1.65: S 3.00
; Maude A. Goff, and (Senate Bill No. 163) Daniel B. Dodge, Chicago, Illinois; 8:50:
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 7305 . LAKELAND 2.35
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That ; McQuillen, Vln- Ar. JACKSONVILLE 3:45 AM 9J5AM} 4.25
said
parties .claiming interests under
Paul O'Bannon, holder of tax certificates ceinnes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
listed below, has filed same in R. L. Bushey, Castlewood, South Dakota DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALL A- TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
my office and has made application ; Thos. F. Edmonds, 1903 15th HASSEE, AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Street. N.W. Washington, D. C.; Benj.F. fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATlANTA '_ 8.40" 15.15
Said certificates embrace the follow- Chynoweth Hough ton,. Michigan; MACON 7.25 13.05
MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ing described property in the Countyof J. Ed Tyler, The Mation No.5, H W. Southbound"Going VAlDOSTA 5.80 10.45
ARCHITECTURAL Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: N.W., Washington, D. C.; Fred R. Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
DESIGNS Cert. No.5, dated 8-1-1926 E% of Clark You Birmingham, Alabama. Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2 JO AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00
Maps Estimates SW& of NEJ.4 Sec 5, Twp 43 Rge 28. and each of you are hereby CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
notified that a suit in Chancery has
Cert. No. 88, dated 8-1-1937 SW% Returning
JOHN H. DOn Of .SE 4 Sec 5, Twp 43 Rge 28. been brought against you in the Cir- Lv. MIAMI .. . IOi00AM: 2.00AM 'NEW YORK. 15.85 28.55
cuit
Court for Flor-
Hendry ,
County
Cert. No. 49, dated 7-7-1930 S% of
Consultant Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
Engineering NEU of NW / and NU of SE'A of ida by Ray C. Hull for the purposeof
NW3Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28. foreclosing tax liens purchased by
Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. ; Cert. No. 25, dated 9-6-1932 NWl,4 complainant from the State of Florida DR. H. B. MILLER,. Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
of NW'4 Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28. and Hendry County under the pro-
Cert. No. 14, dated 9-4-1933 S1of visions of Chapter 18,296, Acts 'of the PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
SE4 of NW% of NWU and E& of Legislature of Florida 1937 and to
have subordinated the right, title, interest ..
SW& Sec 6, Twp 43 Rge 28.
Cert. No. 93 dated 8-1-1927 NW34 and claim which you. and eachof ccF'
":":1{.N:":-:-:-:-:N:M:N.. ..N:N.:-:-:":N:N:-:-:-:":::: Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. you have or claim in the follow-

: Cert. No. 50, dated 9-5-1932 ing described lands:
.;. to!, .. SE'/i i'i
'. Sec 7, 'Twp 43 Rge 28. All Section ovy.. and NW'of
:;: ;j ii Cert. No.9. dated 8-5-1935 S'/i of NEi4 and W% of SE* of NE&
-. 15 -- _. NE',4 Sec 7, Twp 43 Rge 28. and NWU of SEtf and SEof
: : Cert. No. 10 dated 9-7-1936 SE'A SE of Section 9; All Section 10; tlN: }a'QSQl: V'YICL .'
x:: \X ELECTRIC FAN DOES
::: of NWi and E* of SW& Sec 8, Twp All Section-12: All Section 17; S% 'rQ
i. NOT COOL A ROOM =;. 43 Rge 28. of NEU and NW& of NEand
:: Cert. No. 25, dated 661938V% of W% of NWi,4 and W2h of SE%
The of :::
+ temperature a room \V% ,Sec 8, Twp 43 Rge 28. and SEA,; of SEU and N% of
x; is actually increased by setting .;- Cert. No. 11, dated 8-5-1935 Beg NEU of SE and SW* and NE%

::: the air in rapid motion. However :: NW Cor NEU-SW%, s 40 rods, E 40 of NEU of Section 21: All Sec- II ;,1 f Ir
I
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rods. NE to NE Corner NESW',4, tion 29; S1h and NW 4 and Syi .
x::: each puff of air absorbs :?: W 80 rods to beg, 'Sec 9, Twp 43 Rge of NE% and NEU of NE% of ...

-i._ heat and moisture as it passes -_. 28 Section 33,' all in Township 46
Cert No. 147, dated 1905 Sof South, Range 34 East, Hendry
::: and thus gives a cooling -:; NE# of SE'4 except a strip of 5 acres County. Florida.by .
-;- effect. 1. "Nuggets of Knowl- ::: off North side and except 3 acres in foreclosure and sale and to have
... SE Corner, also a strip 264 ft wide the said lands sold under a decree of = p )i
x; edge"-Geo. W. Stimpson., .;- off N side SEi4-SE4 Sec 17, Twp 43 the said court to satisfy and dis-
, j -_. .. Rge 28.Cert. charge the tax liens which have accrued -
.":":-:-:":-:-:-:-:-:":-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:":-:-: Nq 63, dated 7-7-1930: SW'/i thereon and which are held by I Ii II

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