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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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:, VOLUME 15-NUMBER 34 CLEWISTON, l


. Get' New Sinclair Station :Funds For I
-'u. 8. S. C. Employees 1 Appropriated

To Be Built HereJ.


$60,000> Bonus PaymentsNew F. Tippey, local building con Building Local AirportLocal 1

tractor, will begin work Mondayon
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c 7 .- the construction of a new servIce -

Participation Plan I Parkinson To Build station on the: highway at San Red CrossWorkroom I Type 3 Field Will Be
II Benito Street for A. E. Kirchmanof I

--. Brings Check To Addition To StoreSome petroleum Belle Glade products.agent for' Sinclair I Open :! Provided At East y


; Every Worker Mr.:: Kirchman has secured five I I Edge of TownThe
ri.: materials have been received lots which will give him 125 feet The Red Cross Workroom is ;
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::; fiI'! I in the Community Center (old I
and construction will be of highway frontage for the building open
',' '," The employees of the United started as soon as possible on an I which Mr. Tippey states will administration building) each Monday : Clewiston News is in receiptof '

:; + States Sugar' Corporation, on addition to the general store of be one of the most modern in I and Friday from lOa. m. till ; the following telegram which
arrived today at one o'clock fromU.
Tuesday of this week, were recipi Parkinson's, Inc., which will house I the 'glades. It is to be built of 4:30 p. m. i iVolunteers
S. Senator Charles O. Andrews.
ents of cash payments made under the grocery department. concrete block and brick with tile to sew and to knit I
A similar telegram was received
the corporation's Employee Par The new addition will take up rest rooms, flourescent lighting and are needed badly, and any who i
about the time from Senator
same
ticipation Plan, in the amount of the present. twenty-five foot lot other features.. A large Sinclair can help with this worthy work
Claude : F. Deane
Pepper by Mayor
approximately $60,000. between the drygoods department sign in the front of the station will 'I are urged to call, at the workroom Duff. :a
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Every corporation employee par i of the store and Christian's Barber be Neon lighted. during the hours above. ;-
out already Washington, D. C.,
ticipated in the distribution whois Shop facing the highway. It will The main body of the buildingwill .I The garments are given
now at work or who worked at be a hundred feet deep and will be 48 feet by 26 feet with a cut, and the patterns used August 1. .

all during the past harvest season, be of tile construction similar to canopy over the driveways and are simple so workers are havingno Clewiston News, '

except those key men of the or- the remainder of the store.C. pump islands 17 and a half feet by difficulty in putting them to Clewiston, Fla. 1.'

ganization who received stock V. Parkinson, owner and man- 17. All driveways 'will be paved I gether. Civil Aeronautics Authority has" "
bonuses at the President's Dinnerin ager of the store, stated this morn- with concrete. 'I The workroom is in need of ad just advised me that a special '

February.: Checks ranged from ing that when the new additionis The cost of the building not including I ditional portable machines, andanyone board has made allocation of funds

a few cepts in the case of work- ready and the grocery depart I equipment ,will be about who is willing to lend their for improvement of your airport, ". i

ers for a short time during the ment moved the space now taken I $4,500. Construction will take I machine to the' workroom on those' details of which are as follows: r

harvest season to substantial by the grocery department in the about sixty days. I. days is urged to do so. Mrs. ,F. I $257,000 to clear, grub, grade, 'T '3

, amounts for older, regular em- first, unit of the building will betaken D. Duff, chairman, requests any drain, mulch, sod and fen northwest -
ployees. as office space and for an knitters who have Red Cross needles by southeast and northeast .

The Employee's Participation Plan expansion of hardware and furniture which they are not using at this by southwest landing strips 500 -
NEW AUDITORIUM time to please turn them in, and '
was inaugurated last year but, as display space. feet by 4200 feet and pave 100 by
the plan is based upon the .market The addition will cost approxi- I I the chapter's supply of fifty pairsof 4000 foot runways thereon, pave '

price of 'raw sugar. and this price mately '$4,500 and will be rushedto WILL BE OPENED needles are distributed among taxiways and install basic lighting. '

did not last year reach the min completion as rapidly as pos knitters, so none are on hand for You will be officially advised by

, imum provided in the plan no bonus sible. the new volunteers. CAA. \ ;

was paid. This year the rise in SOON WITH DANCEThe Senator C. O. Andrews.

-- the price of sugar permitted the Silo Is InstalledTo Third Increase In The improved airport wul be located .

very substantial bonus payment. at the east edge of town on "
Checks were mailed at once to Test Lemon splendid new auditorium Sugar Quota Is the section of land lying east of: ''4
every employee who has returnedto which is being provided here for the Industrial Canal and south of ''' <\

a home elsewhere since the closeof Grass As SilageAs the use of white employees by the Given This Week the highway between the U. S. ..: ;:
the harvest season. Several United States Sugar Corporation Engineer warehouse reservation :-:::

factors determine the employee participation is rapidly nearing completion and and Hooker's Point. Phillips Moore, :;I'

but the greatest factor an experimental project the as soon as it is finished plans are Another sugar quota increase, the I CAA official, was here recently to ,'.''.

is the length of service with the I United States Sugar ,Corporationhas being made for a preliminary open- third in two months, was announcedthis approve the site 'which is being secured ,
corporation this week erected oneof the ing, probably in the. form of a week by the Department of from the United States Sugar .-.1;

temporary or portable silos recently -' dance, it was announced this week Agriculture ,in a move to preventthe Corporation. :

; Extension Officials I introduced into this area hand by Jay W. Moran, vicepresidentof increase in price of raw sugar The U. S. Engineers will prob- '

.:- has 'filled it ,with spent lemon grass i the corporation.A but as it affects the 1941 market- ably handle the engineering work :

"' : At Kiwanis Meeting from which the oil has been taken, formal opening of the building ing it is seen of little benefit to and as soon as a ,survey is made :..,d'
a 1 .> r ,,' mixed with,, two hundred pounds will probably ,be delayed until laterin Florida producers. Most benefits drawn will be J "
and plans a contract :
p .
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-< molasses 'tne" .toifuf" the fall. ; : those producers
to grass.The /' will accrue to let for the vrorktr, same as has ";;'
Two officials of the State Uni- first of these silos was recently The huge building is'of frame now have a supply',' f" 'fcagar in been done on other"CAA airports ....t.

versity Extensiori Service, W. T. completed for R. D. Lyonsat with exterior finish of asbestos cement storage. in the state. However defenite de- +

Nettles, district agent and W: J. ,his stock farm northwest of shingles ,and is built in a T The new increase was made as .1 tails are as yet unknown.. ,.
Sheely, extension animal husbandman -. Moore Haven and he is building shape with the arm of, the T ,fac- raw sugar was being quoted at

were guests and speakers at several more of large size for win- ing eastward toward the sugarhouse New York at $3.60 a hundred Woman Attempts To

the regular meeting of the Kiwanis ter' stock feeding. The one here is highway but a considerable pounds, duty paid basis, the highest r
Club Wednesday evening at the distance back at the end of, a of 1939 when advancing -
on much smaller, of some 100 tons since the fall Life HereMrs.
Take Own
Inn. They were accompanied by capacity, compared with Lyons' 300 wide espenlade which will be sod- prices led President Roosevelt -I .

Oscar H. Thomas, Alachua county I, tons. They are constructed of ded and planted in flowers and to suspend marketing re- I '.:

dairyman and a brother-in-law of welded wire lined with two layersof shrubs. The building is the central strictions.The Opal Hancock has been, in ?

Mrs. R. M. Bishop of Clewiston. I reinforced Sisalkraft paper. This structure in the new housing unit department increased tota I a serious condition ,at the Clewis- .

The three had spent the be with each near the Barracks. 7,627,563short the
men paper must replaced marketing quotas from tonton Hospital this week as
May attending the field day program silo filling but is very tough and ,Entrance is into the spacious, tons to 8,006,836 tons. Officials I result of self-inflicted bullet J Jr

at the Lyons Stock Farm near prevents air from entering and reception room with a large, com- said that they expected 7,769- I r wound from a .22 caliber rifle. The ,.,
Moore Haven and their talks were spoiling the ensilage. fortable fire-place to the left at, 621 tons would be delivered under attempt to take her own- life was ...

mainly concerned with events of It is estimated' by corporation entrance. A doorway to the left the new quota. This estimate was made last Sunday at the home of ::

the day and with the general pro- officials that at least four times is into the card room in the north- based upon an' assumption that the her 'sister, Mrs. S. :Murphy, who resides :-',
gress made in the production of the amount of the silage would be wing off which is a fully equipped L Philippines and some foreign in the home adjacent to tile -a

dairy and beef cattle in the state. needed as of their manufactured I kitchen. Off to ,the'right of the countries other than Cuba would Bishop-Wilson Lumber warehouse. q

lemongrass pulp and molasses to'i' reception lobby his a spacious'read- I not fill their full quotas. She is expected to recover. "i

Local Team Loses provide the same amount of nourishment (Continued: on rage 10) Mrs. Hancock and her husband- .

for stock. The, 'silo is' CadetsTo who worked here last season for

Games At Lake Worth I merely an experiment to deteimine West Point I the sugar, corporation, arrived in .
the value of lemongrass pulp as I Clewiston Saturday night for a visit

ensilage material. New Laws ExplainedBy Visit Next Week with Mr. and Mrs. Murphy. Some

,. The Clewiston baseball team lost domestic trouble 'was said to have

a hotly contested game to the Lake List of Qualified Local LegislatorBy in been the cause for her action and..
. Worth Ramblers Sunday afternoon A. 'R. Broadfoot,- engineer in a statement to Justice of the
'.. by a score of 7-5 in a regular Voters Published Elbert L. Stewart, charge of the U. S. Engineer sub- Peace G. Small she took the entire
Glades-Coast league contest. Representative Hendry County office here, states that he has received blame for the shooting.
meet a group of
Cardin, on the mound for Clew- word to
iston, pitched a 'nice game and In this week's issue of the News ADVERTISING SIGNS West Point cadets, numbering' about '
kept the local lads on ev'en terms appears a list of those residentsof enacted twenty-five, at Canal Point flex'Wednesday Dredge To Stockpile
1 with the coast team until the beginning Clewiston who are qualified to The 1941 legislature August 6, and conduct
laws governing the business of Okeechobee- MaterialA
of the eighth inning when cast a ballot in the first city election state them on a tour of the Marl Road
outdoor advertising in the
he retired in favor of Avant. Only to be held on Tuesday. Sep- Caloosahatchee project. I
outside the corporate limits of any
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nine hits were collected, by each tember 2. Such a group of cadets from the
city or town, and placed the responsibility owned by Byran
team and only one error was chalk Also included in the notice are military academy are here every dipper dredge
: ed up against each team. I the names' of those who will serveas of enforcement' of the year for an inspection'of civil: and Holloway of 'West Palm Beach
the state road depart from
act
upon has begun cutting' its way
election officials on that day. works.
Wynn, with tvko hits in three : of
times at bat led |he local team in They are as follows: Mrs. G. B. ment.The act provides that a license They will spend Wednesday nightat the Industrial canal at reservation the back to
.U. S. Engineer
the
hitting and Carlton scored two of Rackstraw, Mrs. Leslie R. Miller the Clewiston Inn and continue I
shall be obtained from the state where the
and Mrs. C. E. Miner, clerks andA. West Coast next the point. east of town .
the Clewiston runs. Bell, Roberts road department before any person their trip to the located -
old experimental levee was
W. Lawrence, inspector.
and Cardin accounted for the
or 'continue in the day. throwup
Polls will open at eight o'clock may engage and will remain there to
'. other local tallies. business of using, making, or leasing and marlto
a stockpile of shell
and close at sundown.
The Clewiston line-up was: Carl-'I i I these signs. There are certain I Begin be used for future road-building-
ton, rf; Bell, If; Roberts, 1b; I exceptions-such as signs relating Bishop-Wilson purposes. The work is being done

Moore, cf; Bass, c; Wynn, 2b; Mc- "Limited Recognition"Given to state fairs, or bonafide agri- HereA by the United States Sugar Cor..

,'. ,. Gehee, 3b; Stone, ss; Vaughn, ss; County Schools I cultural fairs, whether county or New Bungalow poration. _,_.,A' ,
Cardin and Avant, p. district, or signs maintained for cut
morning
': The dredge this
the benefit of local activities and
dipper dredge owned by Bryan through the road leading past the
:;: Airplane In Lake Tallahassee, July 28 "Limited those used on any farm by the tothe
started this week on Ventura Ave- ngineer reservation and office
-7 recognition" Is given to Clewiston owner or lessee of the farm and
by J. F. Tippey for the Bishop- levee and will. have considerable
,' J Was False Alarm and LaBelle schools in a report of relating to farm produce, merchan- nue
.' It is on before it reaches
:i .. Wilson Lumber Company. digging to do yet
state recognition of county schools entertainment sold I
: !l;' dise, service or understood
Lot 16 of Block 372 and adjoinsthe its; destination. It is
: ,' which was sent to C. E. Weaver, produced, manufactured or furnished -
I I of Phillips. r the break in the road wijfrhave
home Harry that
:.' :;.) Some excitement was occasioned 1 I Hendry County superintendent, at such place of business or \
.. when the I The will be similar iu to be filled in again wheat .
., <. early this week locktender from the state superintendent's of- residence. All advertisers are bungalow .
, '.... '; at St. Lucie locks reported to the fice. The Felda school and the given until September 23rd to, com- construction to ',several others built the work is completed -' .
-.:- U. S. Engineers that he had seen three negro schools ire not yet ply with the act, and penalties 'will by the lumber company 'with por- The old experimental levee has .'

what appeared to have been an state recognized.The be imposed on all those failing to tecochere, screened porch, novelty been entirely. hauled away for road
;: airplane's lights as it flew over the state report is sent early comply by' that time. siding exterior'- and plastered interior I material and there is a scarcity

.,"'". lake and suddenly the lights plunged this year to allow county officialsthe This law was sponsored by the Itis understood that the lof good material in this area. It"is
,,'. downward into the lake. month of August to complete federation of Garden Clubs and new home will be offered for sate. believed that enough ,cam bep

Engineer boats in the vicinity improvements that will put more practically every civic organizationo The bungalow will cost approxi- I dug and stockpiled at this locs

.' made a search of the area but were schools on the recognized list The ), the state. It is ,not the intention mately $3,000 and will be completed -i tion to take care of the com
..1'/01.; unable to find anything. (Continued on Page 10) (Continued on page 10) in four or five weeKs. I muI ity's needs for several ;years.
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everybody, with a few. exceptions, likes a dog or a cat of their I}': 0

own. Others favor canaries or guppies or goldfish. Then there are still I 1

I others who go in for the most unusual pets, and it is with these that the Bed sheets shorter than 108

4 a E FN following series of photos deals. The animals and birds here shown are IWNU&rvro I inches will not tuck in securely at

not out of the ordinary. All are natives of the United States, with the I each end of an ordinary fullsizedbed.

Washington, D. C. exception of the leopard. However, it is distinctly unusual to find themin of a Girl Friday: .
roles. Dear Mr. W.: When William L.
DEFENSE 'INCIDENTS'Out pet Shirer, CBS correspondent whose Sponges can be cleaned by soak-

of 26 major "incidents of dam- best-seller is "Berlin Diary," got ing them overnight in warm,'soapy

age" in defense plants last month, back here after many years in Ger- water to which lemon juice or

military intelligence authoritieshave many, he visited all the Mr. Bigsin borax has been added.
evidence that 14 were' causedby the War Dep't. They found his .

sabotage. The other 12 were ac observations on the German armyso When spreading meringues on

cidents.Of interesting and informative they i cakes, puddings or desserts dip
the 14 sabotage cases, four urged him to call on the commanding -' your spoon frequently in cold wa-
were fires and 10 were mechanical officers of all the U. S. Corps ter. This makes the meringue

damage. Two arc attributed to areas and relay the same info. He easily slip off the spoon and havea
Communists; the' others to Nazi was provided with letters of intro- smooth surface.
agents. There is no indication that duction and rec'd a warm welcomeand
Communists and Nazis worked to- < Ft }'f s'C keen audience everywherewith -

gether. one exception Lieut.
Since the outbreak of the Russo- General Yoo-hoo Lear brushed SUQSEBff.

German war, the Communist party Shirer off, virtually throwing him WORLD'S IAAGESTSELLER AT1QC
line has somersaulted. The current 'C % Y Y 6Jp'1 ix'9. lr CT a ; !A / 7 I
out of his office. His explanationwas
dictum is, no intereference with defense {ii.y, ,
that
"nothing a newspaper man
It is significant that tl's r S
output.
+ has to say about military matters
since the Nazi attack on the Soviets /d' '7 +ttq.f, ;\:,.,t) 3'Y'i'. could possibly interest me." We Misfits
there has been a sharp decline in g'r.
'We shall
a a 7R:3i t J a' generally find that the
strikes. ovr u '' triangular person has got into the
However, intelligence agents report t y ,;'y 'rJb..,, ../. The college boy who wrote"Daddy" square hole, the oblong into the
and enlisted in the
has made nS.c
that the party no N/r ., ; up
k 'l triangular and
; a square
in its of propagandizing marines-right after getting that person I
change policy :4 ', {, jj'" { xr has
; t; 3 y squeezed himself into the
soldiers and sailors. This is be- :a plump royalty check for his first
.{. .. s ',, e.7 ,'i .x /ras f round hole.-Sydney Smith.
/f or'f : /
ing pushed as vigorously as before, kfj !, 'C > w: hit! Jimmy Stewart is dating

with little In fact, ...f?r.,Y / \ ;{, y' ,, ,. :d// Georgia Carroll when he gets
although success. -. H",,,.,,,,, .-0110.; ....... '
party generals are so dissatisfiedwith "leave." He's no dop .

results that they recently or- Meet Pete Everyone in Barnegat, N. J., knows Pete, the pet of FOR QUICK RELIEF 11!!

dered labor unions dominated by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beckett. Mr. Beckett found Pete, an abandoned Mrs. John Steinbeck is working in

Communists to help their campaignby baby, in the, nearby woods. He was brought up on a' bottle. The deer is a New York ad agency. She ad-

offering their halls as soldier rec- shown here on his daily shopping tour with Mrs. Beckett. mits to chums they've parted, which A ANTISEPTICUsed Soothing S A LV E
months and then
reation centers. you reported ago
Consulates. __m__...___.....;.. --:_."..,..'" ..:::.. .... ... .. ". "... ... "retracted"-just 'cause by thousands with satisfactory results
Japanese you were for 40 years-six effective ingredi.
Another significant developmentin asked to do so Chaplin, I hear, ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or mail

subversive influences relates to 4> .'*' .V_&>v" Q' ,. > 4* has already made a million from SOc to Spurlock-Neal Co.,Nashville,Term.
the Japanese. "Dictator" and is supposed to have

Since the expulsion of the Nazi created 'a trust fund with the coin

and Italian consulates, intelligence for all his employees who worked Valueless Profanity
Profane swearing did
officers have found that the Japa- with him on the picture Hendrik never any
'/% .. good. No
is the
\ nese consulates in Los Angeles and Willem Van Loon is ill at his Old man any man
richer wiser for it.
or or happier
Seattle have become the chief clear- Greenwich home.Collier's .
-Louth.
ing houses for espionage on the West

coast. Japanese residents are send- LJ roving correspondent,
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ing in a constant stream of reportson .Zx 7e Frank Gervasi, sent the longest

airplane production, ship move- radiogram from Cairo. Says N. Y.
ments and other military inform !\i a+ newspapers pilloried Lt. Col. Philip

tion.The : Astley for "mucking up relations I
recent arrest of two Japanese between American press and Gen-

spies in Los Angeles caused a flurryin eral H'quarters Middle East." Thisisn't

Japanese quarters, and a num- true, Frank says, Astley's given -
ber of Japanese rushed to Wash- everybody a fair shake, is a 0o

ington, apparently to place them- great guy, etc., and even broke
selves under protection of their some old fashioned rules to be of

embassy. Others hotfooted for Mex- help to U. S. scribes Patricia

ico, which'may mean they are plan- __ ..............m Garfield ,is pulling this brand of. 0
ning to shift} spy' headquarters to baby-talkcalls: it, a. game), to wit: ,
Mexico"City. 1 Wisdom comes to roost on the Freckled"(and how) Jack Wil "What's 'the color of marriage?"
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stem of Charles Kornet's pipeson of Pittsburgh has a pet raven. (Answer: "Wed") "What'sthe
SECRET NEW AAA CZAR Kornet found this owl in Bronx whose "peck" is quite painful as color of a non-trespassing sign?"

American Farm bureau and Na- park, N. Y. we see from this picture. "G'way!") "What's the colorof
tional Grange moguls are smart pol a ghost?" "Boo!" "A baby NEES

iticians. Although their' bill to cre- ghost?" "Baby boo!" All RpS

ate an independent, 'five-man boardto right, doctor, I'll go quietly-Your
rule the AAA ,has, not yet seen Girl Friday. 5, ES
the light of day on Capitol Hill, A !
they are already greasing the way R.i I i
by canny wooing of possible oppo- Notes of an !

nents. Innocent Bystander:

Latest to be "propositioned" is The Wireless: There's no great

Rudolph ("Spike") Evans, ambi- loss to American dialers in Italy's

tious head of the AAA, who mightbe ban of our newscasters. Their copy

a vigorous foe of their schemeto had been whittled to nothingness by

gain control of his own agency. the censors anyway. You'll recall .i
The farm leaders have' sent word to Wm. Shirer decided to -quit Berlin

Evans that they will back him for when all they left him to say was

chairman of their proposed board if r .J\ T tv M 0 aUr !{e'C r Goebbels' propaganda .' The "1 I ICO
abv xa.ha J 2
he will go along with them. : vaa \ Goering item showed that the news- ;

An inner group of 11 decided on 1. Test stuff originates outside the Axis : !

this move at a secret pow-wow dur- 72F borders Sen. Taft, who was
ing the recent conference in Chicago the darling of the G.O.P. dailies not

I' of the Farm bureau, Grange > 1 x"a 2 sc y' ;T r2C4 eA9 long ago, can't get them to cover

, and National Co-op council on the t' l IJVAI I &* ,\;h4'v.. $ .l....x his broadcasts nowadays. It's sad .5 :i: y
defense emergency. H : decide .ifr
when your supporters you n / .ro
:: The master minds also accepted : [ s < 'haven't got anything' to say worth ,iw rw/ I

Walter Randolph of Alabama as the listening to Some of the shows DEMONSTRATION I ,
Farm bureau's selection on the e:.. faded to a whisper the other eve- "I can't tell you how thrilled I am

.''. boards: pledged themselves to take V.a, whomever the Grange picked, and i.7 ; 6gikr.Y hydrogen gas up near the centerof ,NESCO Kerosene Range.

.-_ agreed to allow this hand-picked trio ?;A'$ ': iF.r..nx the sun disk. Things have come "Before you buy,insist on seeing these
to name the other two board mem- / x # ; fCa{, ix '.rl y??; ,\i:6.t K'o'i:. ', ;M 3a,% euaV' to' a pretty pass when we have to new N E S C 0 S demonstrated and
. bers. l i 3 r'ta '.' ;N':, ,an.:iioilfJ"yFC'.yl.i.r:74e.'r another planet to silence learn about their many convenience I
q } i .. \ { .r depend on and
Fib'yo
e ; !,'.. ,,, features and their fine cooking
'> ,
:
? The plan is but the .. 'orG9r4 .a i"ne/h/r 6i" : M1,4rtr ;
very pat, mystery some of our radio comedy ., baking qualities. You'll find just the '
'), is where Roosevelt and Secretary "Daddy" is beginning to make us model to fit your Individual needs." "

L Claude Wickard fit into the Little Nancy Feller's pride and joy is the duck with which she is holler "Uncle!I" Some of the Operation"The -
Simplified
picture. Under the law the Presi- I and the duck is fond of her. to be
"" shown here. She raised it from an egg bandleaders are now trying large, scientifically designedoven
.0::: dent..appoints. board' members, and clever and toss their quips as baa a reliable heat indicator and
on agricultural selections he natur-- though they were bricks. It fully insulated with efficient glass
wool. Fuel tanks are easily accessibleand
:' ally would consult Wickard. Appar-
burners provide Instant -
powerful
[- ently, the Grange and Farm bureau I "a Ah.< ,i> ..iy, ,A #1'/$rkfi. / The Tellers: Dictators' beat in various desired degrees.
? Story I
manipulators to do the js:1y.. : J /H' ,. yfn h{
k' propose pick- r'Ey: ig ) reported by Francis "There's an enclosed storage space for
gratitude as
ing and force Roosevelt and Wick- '4 w %+/ fi'yx4' Mein Kampf idle utensils and a removable burner
ard to go along.No r" ;: % g 't: X4.22:;, or''' Hackett in "What tray that keeps the stove and floor
x. yQ .7,' J';:. ;aG. +s,, i,fri : a Means to America"-a good book clean without back-breaking drudg-
Chance. /, : / ota' !", for Senators: When Adolf penned ery. Staggered burners allow me to
Actually, the five man board ; '.r : use 3 large utensils at the'same time
y. .y c < osry''t "Mein it was such a mass
6itJ' 3 Kampf
l .fy 4 table provides
scheme has no chance of getting and the convenient top
had "
this of hysteria and ignorance it much needed extra working space.
anywhere
year. to be edited. A priest, Father Declare hotiscwive's holiday and
Not yet even introduced it faces
,
Stamepfle, blue-penciled the illiteracies -. hurry down to see the new NESCO
such a long battle when it does
appear at dealer todayl
r Y 'G fM J J Y' if G'vFt and rewrote the rest. Hitlercouldn't Ranges your
that months will elapse before I
stand the priest knowinghim 1
fill; it goes through the committee proc- him
had
' such a dope, and RA
as
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Further there
ess. are indications of
of Ea
the rest
1934 with w
certain murdered in .F
r that Farm bureau moguls
- his best friends Best of the MANY
; : privately don't want the legislation
Col.
SEP's piece on
in the
',' considered at all this session. anecdotes \
' t McCormick, Chi. Tribune publisher,
. According to Farm bureau insid- ; : reports the time the State of Rhode I
Earl Smith
ers, Illinois big-gun, his hide. The !
' Island under
,v' and Francis Johnson, Iowa chief, got that state from the ;; ow i
Colonel expelled
secretly want to make it
a political i!
: issue in next year's congressional :: > I ; \\1 ifA Union flag in, the removing daily's a lobby star. from.. Very the i
election. Militant New Deal foes
\,
,
they are said to believe that a lot : : J timely,- and very attention-worthy" W. F.is :. ':ONt-WECB .* $SPACIOUS'OVEN i
: "Free Man Speaking, by '
WELDED STEEL HOLDS LARQE
. of GOP campaign hay can be made j
.
". in the rural districts the ''i?' '":?Z '' Bigelow in Good Housekeeping '' 'FRAME.aROASTEii; ; -. ; i
by raising cZr 1f
rzhJ/l'jjSRt4'iJ. : ..l.:1: 1,.... ) } read Edgar A. Mow-
cry of "give the farmer control of By all means

the AAA." Mrs. Arthur Myeland of Chicago A_. leopard is the pet of Mrs. rer's comparison Look.between If his America revela-'

How much control, he would haveis created quite stir in Miami when Linton Wells,. wife of the explorer and France in up-then,

shown by the fact that the boys she appeared on the beach with a and writer. "Miss Snooks" has her tions don't wake ain't you asleepyou'redead.
already have made sure that they II brother, you
I. pet bear. own room, and is quite frisky. .
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.1 5CRE Hr W 1. How many years is a chiliad? 1. One thousand years.. '

1 4.Aj4 .ems eluunkM"h_ By VIRGINIA VALE 2. Why do many Orientals re- 2. The Orientals do this as a

,__ .,_ (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) move their spectacles when' talk- mark of respect. '
: :>/' ing with, another person? 3. Iberian.
LOOKS as if heroes of the
3. What
i IT peninsula comprises 4. Angel falls in Venezuela is the
1 sports world would come in- Spain and Portugal? world's loftiest cataract. It is

to their own on the motion pic- 4. 'Which is the highest water- about 4,400 feet, or 26 times as

ture screen with a vengeance in falls,in the world? high as Niagara falls.

the near future. Columbia's already 5. John Brown, the abolitionist, 5. Twenty, two of whom were

begun production on of Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, killed in the raid upon the armory'

"Harmon of Michigan," with fame, was the father of how many and arsenal at Harper's Ferry,'
children? October 16, 1859. '

Tom Harmon himself appear- 6. What goddess personified 6. The Goddess Hebe personified

ing in the title role. Republic youth to the Greeks? youth to the Greeks., "

has signed Billy Conn, of the

squared circle, to star in one pic-

__...-. ,... ...._v ture. It will.. be "Kid
: x --- -- -- -- --
Tinsel," based on

ti: the novel of that

name by Octavus

Roy Cohen.
; 5f /
, :: ; ra k ,ri ay .,.ahs: And David Selz-
',I : '1y' ny y'j4 Y nick and Metro / ;_

y ,, r x .''4a want to bring 'us a
'K; picture based on the Na .-- -
,'1 life of the great Lou
j v m"T'S" Gehrig of the base- line and lazy daisy, and a borderof
HAVE AN ICE CREAM SOCIAL!ti : color and scallops of white fin-
ball diamond. That
,i (See Recipes Below) iY3r s. ; ish the spread.
one would be a lit- / :
> ts t i
ICE CREAM 'N CAKE Tom'Harmon tle tougher assign-
THIS WEEK'S MENUIce ment, of course :.. 5 -- The hot Iron transfer for stamping ia
S 'G; Z9324. 15,cents. There is a minimum of
imagine finding som"eone who'd be ,
embroidery on this delightful cover. Send
Shining in their starched dresses, Cream Social acceptable as Lou! your order to:

the girls are ready, "to recite their Vanilla and ChocolateIce A

pieces," the boys, slicked and Cream 7
While we're on the subject of hero
combed, are watching them shyly, Walnut Torte AUNT MARTHABox
portrayal Gary Cooper does a remarkably -
and everyone's Lemonade 166.W Kansas City, Mo.
for re Awaiting Recipe ,given. good job in "Sergeant Enclose. 13 cents for each pattern

freshmenttime,- York." The picture'is one of those desired.: Pattern No...............
that have to unless a
to come. Of Vanilla 'Ice Cream. you'll see, you Name ...............................
want to sit by and suffer forever
course, it's an (Makes 1% quarts) after'while your friends tell you how Address .............................
ice cream social, 1% cups sweetened condensed it
good was.
that typically milk (15oz.can) is
American festi-
2 thin cream
cups I
val to whichhomemakers Most of the sequences of "Glamour -
1 cold water.
cup RAZOR BLADES
Boy" show backstage scenes
t
1 tablespoon vanilla Pattern No. Z9324
bring their most on" the ,Paramount _..,........">
Blend thoroughly the sweetened O ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE *
delectable cakes and choicest ice condensed milk, thin cream, cold lot, so if you wantto PERHAPS this is ,Chicken Little OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE

cream. There, too. you'll find lem- water' and vanilla. Freeze in one- see what the in- -and Ducky Lucky come to'deco-

onade, "made in the shade by the quart freezer. Remove dasher. side of a motion pic- rate baby's crib spread. Twelve : KENT t E ,vB

old maid." Pack in ice and salt for one houror ture studio really adorable blocks are done ,in out-
looks like, check this Doubt* Edt* LAD E C Slncf* Edge
to There was a time ,when an ice more after freezing. 10 for lOe 7 for lOc
Jackie CooperSusanna -
cream social, though as pleasant an ,For Banana Ice Cream, use the "TAKING THE COUNTRY BY STORM"

affair as' you'd find on the summer above recipe, except to substitute 1 Foster that picture Yi I New York London I KNOWN FROM COAST TO COASTO
as one you vs. CUPPLES COMPANY ST.LOUIS MO.O
/ calendar, carried with it a great teaspoon of lemon extract in placeof
want to be sure to
deal of careful preparation. Ice vanilla. Mash three bananas to a ('
cream had to be kept in heavy containers smooth pulp with "'a silver fork and see. For one sequence y. a gi4'ter There has been much argumentas Test of Civilization'
in
which in turn were wrapped add to ice cream after removing ducer's, office a Wal-pro- to whether London or New The ,true test of civilization is

in blankets, and if the speeches and dasher. ..__ York can claim to be the largest not the the size of
Abel and'Jackle census, nor
program lasted too long it was Coffee Ice Cream,: Proceed as for I: Susanna I city in the world, The balance the cities, nor, the crops; but in
'
'**apt "to be more melted'' icy Vanilla Ice Cream:; using 1 cup 'of''i Cooper are Framed doing, a Foster 'seems to be in favor of New York, the kind of men the coUntry turns

," when you were, finally served. But cold black'' coffee in place of 1 cup scene. on for now just under 10,000,000 peo- out.-Emerson.
the office wall portraits of Made- .
no longer do you have such a risk. of water and / teaspoon vanilla in are ple live within a radius of 19 miles
:. The ice cream can be stored jn your place of 1 tablespoon of vanilla. leine Carroll, Dorothy Lamour, from the city hall. Yet if you
Claudette Colbert Martin and
refrigerator and it will be kept real- Maple Nut Ice Cream: ,One of the Mary take Greater London, its present

ly hard. most requested flavors made just Paulette Goddard. population is 8,650,000, which compares -
'
Making ice cream with the freezer like the vanilla except mapeline flavoring "You" Abel seem commented.to be nervous"What's, Jackie the- with 7,986,000 for the area MO1E//iJc

method is fun, and usually the is substituted for vanilla, and under the municipal governmentof WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
whole family gets together to do 'h cup of chopped nuts is added matter? doing New York.
"Who wouldn't be
some of the cranking. The freezer just after removing the dasher. nervous New York is .at present grow-
all those
has a wooden or metal bucket hold- Among the pleasant surprises in a scene with" big stars ing much more rapidly than Lon- Not Standing Still

ing the ice and salt and a non- appearance and in flavor among ice watching? Jackie demanded. don. The population of Greater Men cannot be stationary. If a

; rusting metal container with a close- creams,is this one called Tutti-Frut- --& London is increasing ,at the rate man is not rising to be an angel,

i ly fitting cover for holding the mix- ti. If you're longing for a change Deanna Durbin certainly is grow of 55,000 yearly; Greater New Yorkat depend upon it he is sinking down-

ture to be frozen. The mixture is from familiar favorites ing up; she's inherited a story that 155,000 a year. wards to be a devil.

stirred by a paddle attached to the this one was originally bought for Margaret

crank which is operated by hand, leaves nothing to Sullavan. It's called "They Live
and sometimes by a small electric be desired. To : Alone," and the Durbin role is that

motor. make it really ,;' tsSb of a girl reporter who lives in New

gala for the York. At present she's finishing 1N THE ARMY..NAV..IT'Sr
Use three parts of ice to one part "
youngsters, takea "Almost an Angel, with Charles
of ,salt. Turn the crank
slowly atfirst scoop of it, pop two raisins in for Laughton. The new picture post- ; f'ir
for about five
minutes until
or the eyes, a currant for the nose anda pones three others that were scheduled -
'the mixture stiffens then I
I as quicklyas
cherry for the mouth. It's a sim- for her, so 'Universal must
possible until it is difficult to
ple gesture but one which they'll think it's good.,
turn. This takes about six minutes.
appreciate for all it's worth. --3r-
Add more ice and salt if'necessary.Pour .
Tutti Frutti Ice Cream.
off salt water, push down ice (Serves 6) "Navy Blue and Gold" was char- ) /5 CAMELS SUIT
and salt careful acterized by the nation's critics as
being to get none in % sweetened ; '
the can of ice cream. cup condensed milk one of the finest service films ever THAT ME SETTER AU.

Wipe top of can,- uncover, take out 1 Vz%cup teaspoons water vanilla made is the;' naval most officers authentic have story said of thatit An- S'k ( EXTRA SMOKING ) ( ways ..LESS NICOTINE

the paddle, and beat the frozen 1 whipping "
cup ,cream '
mixture napolis ever presented on the PER PACK JE SMOKE.. ,
with a wooden Cover /4
spoon. cup finely, chopped maraschino
' can with wax paper, and pack cherries 'screen. So Metro is reissuing it, and we'll all have another chanceto
': again. Let stand several hours to V cup seeded raisins, finely
1 see James Stewart as he looked TO A T n
ripen. choppedMix : sN .
;=l when he was a movie actor insteadof _
, : sweetened condensed milk, a
water and vanilla. Chill. Whip soldier.RE: -

cream to custard-like consistency.Fold .
LYNN Herbert Marshall has joined the i F .R4\yy,
SAYS: into chilled mixture. Freeze in ?y 'Y v. ; t4.
freezing unit of refrigerator till half all-star cast of the new Joan Craw /5y a lt

Did you know that: frozen. Scrape from tray, beat until ford picture, "When Ladies Meet: ," .aL:::
Ice creams should stazjd sev- smooth but not melted. Add which already included Greer Carson -
eral hours to blend and Robert Taylor. Even be- #Based on actual sales records '
or ripen the fruit. .
chopped Replace in .. v
freezingunit ,
9; 'y,5' { .y t4 from Army Post Exchanges \1 \
many flavors combined in them? until frozen.No fore he joined it, Metro'was an 1 y;a X .. and Sales Commissaries Navy taro' y1, "
Each flavor will stand out sepa- social is completely a success nouncing this as one of the most fy : > Ships Stores Ships Service ::f.:. J/

rately if the mixture is not prop- without an array of freshly baked, formidable star combinations of v
erly ripened. nice smelling cakes with their many I months.,

Texture, is affected by the swirls of frosting piled high to -

. method of freezing? Ice cream tempt. One cake which will really Richard Denning was ,Anne Shir-

will be coarse and rough if frozen give you a new high in reputationis ley's West Pointer husband "West

too quickly, whereas slower this Walnut Torte, an old-fash- Point Widow"; then he was Susan
: freezing improves texture. Be- ioned favorite with new found fame. Hayward's brother-in-law in "Adam

.'?\ fore putting the cream in the Walnut Torte. Had Four Sons." Paramount thinksso

freezer it should be properly 1 cup zweiback crumbs much of him that he's slated now THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS

whipped or it will be icy. 1 teaspoon baking powder to be Dorothy Lamour's leadingman

f Richer mixtures give smoother 1 cup chopped walnuts in "Her Jungle Mate." He's a % LESS NICOTINE
28
textured ice creams? The 4 eggs separated white youth reared in the African

amount of fat in the cream also % cup sugar jungle,according to the movie'storyin

affects the flavor. Richer ice % pint cream, whipped ( reality he's just a home boy
creams have full bodied flavor. Crush the 'zweiback crumbs, mix from Los Angeles,) and is brought to than the average of the 4 other largest-

Ice cream expands? If the ice with baking powder and nuts. Beat America by a circus promoter as a I selling cigarettes tested-less than any 'o

cream is well made, it expandsto egg yolks thick and lemon color, rival to Miss Lamour, who's also I of them-according to independent /
at least one-third more than beat in sugar, and then gradually, been discovered in the wilds.
its original size, and that this the crumb nut mixture. Fold in I --t- scientific tests of the smoke itself! /

has an important bearing on fla- stiffly beaten egg whites. Turn into The members of 18 national fraternities *
'?. = vor. If frozen too rapidly, ice two greased ,and floured tins and voted Ann Sheridan their THE _SMOKE'S THE THING t ;,
-
cream is, prevented from increasing bake in moderate
a (375
degrees) sweetheart, but she's a lot more excited -
size. oven 10 to 15 minutes. When mix- over the fact that she has been ,
_, Flavors should be lightly sug- ture is light to touch and-pulls from given the most important role in her THE CIGARETTE OF
': gested, not pronounced? Amount sides of it's done.
pan Cool thor- career. It's in "Whistling in the I CAMEL
and quality of extracts used arc oughly. Put layers together with Dark." Red Skelton, the comedian, 'COSTLIER TOBACCOS.S

S very apparent in the finished whipped cream and garnish with has his first starring role in this one. I
product. whole walnuts. I
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1041

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find the' time. Dads and mothers. led to a gift which had been con Mrs. Leah ,Spicer, Miss
The Clewiston News I :-:-:-: :-: :-: :-:-: :-: :-: :-: : : :-:.; : of thousands of service men stat I I cealed about the house. They were Leydig, Miss Beulah Guthrie Marion Mrs.

ioned in Florida camps and bases brought into the living room and Curtis Thompson, Mrs. C. J. Lov-
are thinking about this state and opened in the of the guests.
RAMBLINGS. presence vorn, Miss Marcia
Published every Friday In Clewlston, Avant, Miss
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, with a little urging could be madeto The hostesses served a salad Evelyn Hare, Miss Hazel Prince,
Tnc. By B. B. come down this winter. Such Miss Lois
course with iced tea to Miss Prince, Miss Winnie
visits would be of untold value to Spicer, Mrs. Elbert Stewart, Mrs. Bozeman and Mrs. I. S. Bell.

KKATHM2Y nO\VDEN, Editor .:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..:+:..:..: ..) the morale of the army' and would W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,'

help to ease, the minds of parentsas Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. H. R. THREE WIN AWARDS FOR JULY'

Entered as second class mail matter Our next house (if and when) I to the welfare, of their sons In Hall, Mrs. J. W, Ezelle, Mrs.. Keath- STORY HOUR ATTENDANCE

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In will definitely contain two bath- the. service.. ley Bowden, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley,'
Florida, under the Act or
Clewiston March 3,, 1891.SubscrlptioD rooms. And if the present heat Florida should' begin a cam: Mrs. Blanche Turner, Miss Evelyn Awards for perfect attendance at

wave continues the number, will paign now to encourage families of Kellems, Mrs. H. A, Bestor, Mrs. the pre-school story hour were

be raised to four. The only real service men stationed here to visit Ruth: B. Owens, Mrs. Richard given by Mrs. A. L. Hackett, story-
Rate $2.00 Per Year '
comfort we've found all week is them ,this fall and winter. Prop- Knight, Mrs. Ned Hager, Mrs. teller, Wednesday to Linda Lee,

Advtrtlwlnsr Rn c" On Application. lying neck deep in a tub of- cool erly advanced, the idea could easily Robert Deadwyler, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Ronald Hare. and Agnes Ann Hac 1

water. Multiply the' existing bathtub be sold to camp commanders. Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. J. F. M'or- kett. The stories told were those

Devoted to the advancement and wel- by the number of members of and morale officers. Chambers of rison, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. I. told during the month of, July.

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. the household and you will arriveat Commerce and civic groups in con- D. Leydig, 'Mrs.. Leah Spicer, Miss The children completed 'the

I the number of bathtubs neededfor tact with service men could supply Marion Le'dig''and' Miss Roberta I illustrations of the country bunnyin

comfort. circulars showing that accommo-I I Spicer. their scrap books. Next week's

MEAXFJER.Igkr i dations are available to : r- story and illustrations will be "Cats
y\... It doesn't help a bit to read the I ...
; FlORIQ.PRb&"StXr.no... \ and the boys would be for the Tooseys."
newspapers and find that the whole any purse BRIDE-ELECT HONOREE AT
S NAHaV/\LEDTOKL\LASSOCJAJJON'! : \')
94 1 V country is suffering likewise. The glad to'enclose them with their ,LINEN SHOWER FRIDAY Attending were Linda Lee, Heather -

I weather, of course, is unusual for I letters urging the folks to come Guthrie, Agnes Ann Hackett,

Florida, or anywhere else, but down for a visit. Marjorie Brown, Ronald Hare,
Miss honoreeat
I Betty Spicer was
We wonder if our service station' that doesn't keep us from mopping This would go a long way toward linen Eddie Musgrave, Paul Bowden, I
a shower given Friday evening -
operators will appreciate the shorter I perspiration.It offsetting the present thought be- by Miss Christine Bell, Mrs. J. Wayne King, :Mary.Jean King, John

hours given them by Secretary ; ing implanted In the public mind Robert, Deadwyler and 'Mrs. Ned R. Perry, Bethy Howard and Jimmy
Ickes? does help the temperature to that travel and recreation are Knight.
Hager at the home of their parents,
I indulge in the new Sunday night wasteful and unpatriotic. Let a Mr. 'and Mrs. I.. S. Bell.
mother visit her boy, meet his I BUFFET SUPPER AT MILLER
Isn't it about time that we worded supper service the Inn has been
his The house was decorated with HOME ON SATURDAY NIGHTi
a few apologies to Japan and I offering. We were never given to companions, and perhaps com-
zinnias, roses and gerbera. Duringthe
then dropped bombs on some of cooking a meal on Sunday even- I mander. Let her acquaint herself i
with his surroundings, accompanyhim evening Mrs. Curtis Thompsonwon I i Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller en-
their ships?r ings-but lately we haven't even
first prize in the game "pack- tertained with buffet at
of interest. a supper
I wanted to set the table, raid the on trips to points '
Let her see how strong and clean ing the bride's bag," and 'Mrs. C. their new home on' Osceola Street
and clean afterwards.At
ice box up
With 'an air training base on one I is and healthy he is and how army L. McLendon won' the prize in a Saturday night. Their guests were
the Inn on Sunday evenings
'side of town and a CAA airport ,
pie contest. Mrs. Durrence Mr.
Mr. and
Foy ,
long iced table-loaded down life has improved his physical con- = I"
'on the other Clewiston's position r a ,dition, and she will feel altogether The shower of gifts, which was ,a and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson and Mr.
with tempting, cooling things. You
rather noisy in the
might become J different about it. At the same ,surprise to Miss Spicer, was presented and Mrs. R. J. Lee.
select own. No stoop no
event of hostilities over here. squint,your no bother. Our knowledgeof time, her boy will get a real thrill )I on a low table with a tiny Bridge was enjoyed after supper,

languages doesn't include Scan- having her here. It will pep him'umbrella on top. Mr and Mrs. Durrence receivinga

Sugar Corporation employees dinavian, but as nearly as we can up, overcome his lonesomeness and Frosted drinks and cookies were bath set' as first 'prize, and Mr.
shared in a $60,000 bonus distribu- translate "Smorgasbord" means a make him a better and abler soldier -I served by the hostesses to the fol- and Mrs. R. J.: Lee a set of wash

tion this week and that ain't chicken minimum of effort for a maximumof lowing guests: Mrs. A. O. Ward, cloths as low prize.

feed. tempting, tasty foods. State Hotel Commissioner Hunter Mrs. Judson 'Francis, Mrs. E. W.

Johnson has been doing splendid Durst, Miss Mildred Durst, Miss EDITORAL PROBLEMS

The defense, program is making Barbara Morrison, Mrs. George
Cold chills went up and down work in helping to arrange for "Well boss, here's a. perfect news'
"building materials a little difficult the entertainment of enlisted men Crow, Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Miss
spine Sunday afternoon at a "
for Mr. Citizen to get hold of but our in the 'state Florine Moore, Mrs. Guy Harrell, story.
at points of interest
the highway to Moore "
sight along bit dog?
Clewis "A man a
still continues in
building cared for Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. Foy
and that are
seeing they
Haven. "Noooo, the bull threw a sales-
ton. at hotels and restaurants at rates Durrence, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Mrs.
Just before dark we came upon Hub Spooner, Miss Roberta Spicer, I man."
which afford. !/
they can ,
A third sugar quota increase is the Muellers, the Rodriguez' and 1 ________ _ ________ --- ...
for them to such
the Pressleys and found them Arranging trips

announced prices. Can to it keep be that down at sugar last watching a perfectly huge rattle- points as St. Augustine, Daytona .:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:MNNN:NNNMMNNMNMNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:).
snake. It seems the Muellers had Beach, Silver Springs and Cypress :'
the evils of the quota system are .
y
Gardens at special low rates, is *
found him first and as the Rodriguez -
I
back to the D. of A. to
coming ;;
and Pressleys came along he helping to "sell" Florida. I find A

rocst? was trying to capture the snake. in talking to the boys that they y' ,

I They had succeeded in putting a are getting "sand in their shoes," _! CertainlyWe're

,A TRIBUTE TO QUALITY rope around his neck and had him and I predict that a great many of

--- -still much alive and wig- them will eventually return to us
very tci If' folks
A pamphlet issued this week by gling-when we came along. No to become permanent residents, and still green-but we do know :

the Florida State Chamber of Commerce .cowboy lasso, no matter how in the meantime they will sing our .. ..

pays tribute to the general !strong, is sufficient in our eyes to praises wherever they go. :_: must have confidence in their ,insurance ::'
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excellence of Florida molassesfedbeef hold a six-foot rattler. We hur- Getting away from the service '.. ;

produced here by the United l{ried on down the' highway for the men, there is another angle we ; agent-and s'we learn we hope to :.;:.
States Sugar ,Corporation and an I that would -
lope didn't, seem so secure to us. might present encourage ;' h
excellent effort is made to describethe travel ,to the state and still not ;
i merit that trust. ::
taste, tenderness and quality place us in the position' of, being := ', A
You parents of our boys in serv-
of this meat through testimonials I "unpatriotic." I Y X jj
ice-PLEASE send us in their Y -
written by many of those attendingthe You know "All work and no play ::
names and addresses. We sincerelywant I :*: Phone 66 for Ruth Beardsley or : ;:
President's Dinner last February makes Jack a dull boy," and if JL. ''. .
to send the News every weekto
when this beef was served.At national defense workers were I :
;
every Clewiston boy in service, (I Art Lawrence. ;
that time there were many given an opportunity to take a va .: 't'X
marines and
-army, navy, we :
expressions of amazement when the cannot do it without your 'coopera I cation-say a trap, to Florida: for a XA AA
men at the dinner were informed few weeks-they would return to '
tion. At the present the paper is
that the very excellent steaks on going to Lt. R. J. Bestor, Fort I the job full of 'pep, vim and vigor, .. -. 1
their plates we're produced right and produce more than ever before.: .t.
Leonard Wood, Missouri, 'Private A
here in Clewiston and in the If it is right and proper and a good
not
James Congdon, Fort Sill, Okla., I ::
fattening pens of some western James A. Davis, Norfolk, Va., Paul thing for our president to drop I :|: Beardsley Insurance :|'
I everything in the middle of a
jacking plant. State Chamber of-
;
Slonaker, Norfolk, Va., Merrel I'
f ticials, present that night, recognized crisis and run down to' Florida fora : :;:
Lowe, Camp Blanding, Ed Ward, I'I |: Agency |
that something revolutionary Camp Walters, Texas, Luther Lowe, i fishing trip, why shouldn't it be
s had occured in finishing Flor- 'I just as smart and practical for the X |
U. S. S. Palmer, C. W. Redish, ,

ida steers and -recognized what it S. Naval Air Station, Jax., U.I'I, defense The National.worker? Defense ..:.:....... .................._........................................................._.............................._.............._.............._..........-............................) could:: mean to the state if all beefsold Felix Slonaker, Fort Jackson, S. program
here could be of the same need not cramp our style this com-

addressed: But the we list;know; and that's we hope only by a next partof ing season if we tie ourselves intoit ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;;..:_:..:..:..:_:..:..:_:_:_:_:..:..:..:..:..:-:..::":..:..:..:..-:::
and do a good "selling job.
week will all have Y
that night had an enthusiastic response you helped us Let's make "a trip to Florida" as
with names and addresses of the
and the pamphlet was arranged important from a defense standpoint ?

printed and is now being rest. I II as saving aluminum or con- i TIRE SALE
'distributed. Ij serving gasoline. Isn't the national Y
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$ MORALE and the national HEALTHmore Y
The following is' a .quotation . . . . . . / Y
trom the important than anything Y
pamphlet:
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r "It is of significance to note that Too; Late To Classify; I else We? can offer both in abundance, _*: We have on hand 43 New Ford and :;_:'

TT. S. S. C., though definitely not
In the- cattle business, iias proved I t 'Iso what are we WAITING for? :;: Firestone First Line 6.OOx 16 4-ply ,black :;:

that fine flavored steaks and roasts By RUSSELL KAY Let's GO! I :;:: sidewall casings that ,we offer while they .*. ,

may be profitably produced in ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.:..:..:..:..:..:: !I _
iBEARDSLEYS ENTERTAINWITH
last :::
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Florida, beef as excellent in quality ; y
DINNER PARTY
and in tenderness as that raised Some folks may have the idea I Y y
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anywhere. Thus has U. S. S. C: that a "tourist crop" is : '
somethingthat Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley entertained :;:
f"f.,. given new impetus to Florida's just grows wild, but it sure i at their home south of :: Regular List Price . : . $14.05 ,

: growing cattle industry, contributed don't, and if you want a good and y -
with
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Clewiston Monday evening a
again to "economic advancement profitable harvest 'you've got to dinner party at the conclusion of :;: SPECIAL CASH PRICE . 11.95--- :f:
f of the state. cultivate it just like other y '
any crop.

,: Most of the pamphlet is taken The outlook for the coming season with which the the showing group of was several entertained home I :;: You save . . '. '. . $ 2.10 1 :;:

; "up by a description by Dr. B. A. isn't any too bright. Not that movies by A. W. Lawrence. I y

; 33ourne of the feeding experiments Florida isn't as attractive and the :?
f appealing Among, those enjoying occasion -j I
=conducted here and a table as ever, but because the were Mrs. Leah L. Spicer, : Tire prices are bound to rise. Rubber |

',Showing results. On the back page national defense effort tends to Miss Marion Leydig, Miss Betty :
;jO the Chamber of Commerce has discourage unnecessary travel and Spicer, Miss Evelyn Kellems, Sandy I ::;: prices have already advanced and you :!:

... compiled a number of figures rela- the public mind is more concernedwith Bell, A. W. Lawrence, Jim, :::_: will not be able to purchase tires at :i:
'tive to meet consumption in Flor- industry than with rest and
Dan and Bruce Beardsley. '
-: :ida. recreation. BOb'l ::_: present low prices much longer. .*. '

Whether or not the sugar corporation Prospects of an eastern gasoline MISS SPICER IS HONOREE : f

was aware, when they ,began shortage, with talk of gas-less Sun- BRIDGE-SHOWER YESTERDAY t
in this Tire Special :;:
Be to on
the cattle feeding experiment, days, curtailment of travel for I : sure get

i f that they would produce meat pleasure, increased use of highways Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. J. ,'_:: while you can make this substantial :;:

1 excelled in general excellence by I by our military forces for trans- Grady Niblack were hostesses yes- .( .

t none we do not know, but whether port and maneuvers, coupled witha terday afternoon at a bridgeshower ;:. saving. .+.

i.. .("itwas deliberate or accidental it tax on railroads in the form of given at the Smith home on the

: ds a great thing for the cattle in- ; heavy freight shipments and extended government reservation for Miss ;' |i

1 I Anstry and for the palates 'of use of equipment 'for defense Betty Spicer whose marriage to _;f Hendry County 'Motors i;

t., c. cal meat. eaters-when its 10-// purposes, naturally will have its Sandy Bell, Jr., takes place Sunday :

; effect on tourist travel to Florida afternoon. ::. .I

OE3EW EVER CATCH UP the coming winter. Mrs. Blanche Turner received/ :; IncorporatedPhone ..:.

\ I The bright side of the picture is bath towels as high prize at bridge :.i''. ...

In these ways of alluring advertising ill that more people have more money and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, received | ::: ..:..

1 life becomes a struggle to than ever before and find them- a piece of costume jewelry as cut I I ::: 93 Clewiston ':.

keep our learning capacity: up to I :selves financially able to take a prize Miss Spicer was given a j :t. ...

our yearning capacity.-Ex. 1 trip to Florida if they could just handful of strings each of which I II.I :t*,,N:NHN, :NNr:NNNM, NNNNM, :NN,1.:NN, :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.



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; ;FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911 THE CLEWISTONi NEWS PAGE FiVH



'1 of way; all of Section 23; all of Ingram, B: L. Moore, Florine. Slas, A. W.

: New Plans For Section 26: all of Section 27 less Ingram, Ruby. Moore, Thomas C. Skinner, Luke.
i Railroad right of way: all of Sec Jacobs Thomas. Moran, Jay W. Small. Mary W. '

tion 28; all of Section 29; all of Jacobs, Beatrice. M' Mock, Raleigh. Small J. R.
f>; Fair Participation Section 32; all of Section 33; all Jacobs, Leola. Moon, A. L. Small, Frances M. '

j of Section 34, less Railroad rightof Jacobs, Frank. Mock, Doris. ., Small, G. H.

way; all of Section 35. Johnson, Carl E. Morrison, Josephine. Smith, Vivian. .
The following property in Town- Johnson, Frances .A Morrison J. M. SpIcer, Leah L.

I Tampa, July 31-FNS) A ship 43 South, Range 34 East: Johnson,' Wm. H. Moore, Mrs. J. W. .. Spicer, Elizabeth Ann. .
non-competitive policy for All that part of the North Half Jones, H. C. : : Musgrave, Marion. Spooner, Hub. -*
new (N&) of Section 7 lying North of Jones, T. H., Sr. Musgrave, T. C. Stewart, Arlene.
'' county participation in the next the 9 mile canal and West of Jones, Mrs. H. C. Mumford, Ayliffe B. ,t Stewart, Elbert L.

The following property In Town Jones, Mrs. T. H., Sr., McCollum, R. B. Stephens, C. W. '
was announced by General Manager ship 44 South, Range 33 East: Jones, Otis A. S McCollum Mrs. R. B. Stone, John A. : ... t '

; P. T. Streider. All of Section 2; all of Section Joyce Chester. '-I McCoy, E. M. Stone, E. A.

3 less Railroad right. of way; all Johnson, Mrs. Chris W. McDaniel, Mrs. J. L. Suggs, E. L. .

;; Counties will participate next of Section 4; all of Section 5. Jordan, Virginia. McDuffie, Nona Delia. Suggs, G. G. j

.J BILL MADDOX. Kettl, John J. McGehee, J. A. Suggs, Mrs. E. L.
year on a flat guarantee basis instead McGehee L. M. '
Sheriff of Hendry County. Kelly E. E. Suggs, Mrs. G. G.
'\IJ] of competing with each other Kettl, Louise Moore. : McIntyre, Ruby R. Swayne, S. K.
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awards in the various Kendrick. L ola. ?- : 'I': Frv. McIntyre P.M. Tatum John Forest.
; for cash J M McLendon LaVon. '
Kelly, Leitha. .: Thomas, G. B.
'ii" classifications. NOTICE Kelly, Lloyd G. :.:. McLendon,! C. L. Thomas, Agnes Y. '
Kelly, Robert W. "* McMillan, A. L., Jr Thompson, B. L. '

j" The new plan, which will be put Keen, Manning. ::0 Nail, Mrs Campbell E_' Thompson, Jannle Ruth..

into effect on a trial basis for 'one Following is a list of registered Keen, Florence. .. Nail. Campbell. Thomas, Mrs. M. A. '
to ,'otefor ,' "'
qualified
voters in Clewlston. Kelly, Marjorie. : Nall Beth. Thompson H. C.
;year, has the endorsement of county five City Commissioners in the King, W. D .:*-" ; Nail. Mrs. Walker. Thomas, M. A.

: agents and fair officials. city election to be held at the City King, Mayme S. 'a,/ Neal. Glen. L. Tippey, J. F. i
I Hall in the city of Clewiston, on King, A. H. Neal, Frances. Tippey, Mrs. J. F.
i The change was made, Streider Tuesday, September 2, 1941: King. Mrs. W. D. ". NIblack, J. G. Toulls, Mrs. A.

I j explained, to improve the general Adkins, Syla Knight,. Harry R. J.r,. I NIblack, Mina H. *, Toulig, A. : ,1|
Alderman, J. 'B. Knight, R. H. : Nielsen Gladys. t Trice, H. E. ; I'
"j| quality of the county division which Allen. C. M. Knight, Mrs. R. H. ;' *r*!( Nowling, R. C. ?, Trice, Mrs. H. E. '

already had been developed into Allen, Dan B. Knight Josephine.r -,. Nowllng Mrs. R. C. t Turner, Harry H. ': ir
i Allen, Emma J. Knight, Elizabeth. '; ":? Oglesby, H. J. :. Turner, Blanche.

i the outstanding'department of the Alston, Dave G. Kolstad, H. C. r1's Oglesby, Isabella, i Turk, Richard W.

J fair here and one of the finest in Alston, Marguerite A. Kolstad: Christine S. 1 Oglesby, Vincent J. i"{ Turk Eleanor.

j Alston, ? Roy.Anderson Krueger. C. R. .' : ., Oliver, Arthur E. \ Turner, Dorothy. D.
the country. .
C., J. >" Lawrence, A. W. :. Owen, Viola F.i Tyler, O. E. --
Andrews, Floyd. Lanier W. H. Owen, R. W. H. '> Tyler, Mrs. O. E. -
| "Most of us felt, said Streider, ;. t' : : ,
Andrews, Mrs. Floyd. ;} Land, H. A. Owen, W. C. 'Y'-. Vaughn, Walter P., Jr.;
.] "that since we have 'gone almost Atktns. Dorothy M. .. .. Land, Charlotte. .c."' "'. ., Owens, Ruth B. / Vaughn, Ruth J. '

| to the limit of excellence with the Atkins, Robert W. ,'i."'. .-' Lawrence, Jewel L. : :.. ,' ,' I Patten. Nellie C.' ,' Vaughn, Mrs. Harry -T.
Avant H. C. Lawhorn, Virginia. Palmer, M. F. Vaughn Harry T. '
.
''j 1 old competitive plan, a change Avant, Mrs. H. C. .',. '". .., Lang, Alma. 1; Palmer Mae. : :" ,,. Vaughn Mrs. J.

I would bring real improvement. The Baker, John E. Lawson, Chas. H. .'.' J:' Pape, Louis J. .'J- P Varnadoe, 'Mrs. J. C. '
Baker, Mary. Lanier, Mrs. W. H. ., Padgett Alonzo. ,<.>..,: Varnadoe. J. C. '

\, non-competitive program permits Bestor, H. A. Lang H. J.Leydig ;' Pape, M nnle. Von Maoh, M. E. .

I every county to budget' its expenses Berner, Pauline. i J I. D. ,'. Parson, Joseph C. Von Mach Mary L. .'
Beery, Mrs. E. P. Leydig, Marion F. .. Palmer, Mary Frances Walker H. A. .
; on a businesslike basis and gives Bembry, Leon. Leydig, Anna B. ;' *"1' Patterson R. Y. ; :-:, Ward, Arthur O. "

it a goal to shoot at. It will make Bembry, Mrs. Gordon. Lear, Chas. M. Patterson, ChrIstine' J. ":" Ward Janie R. i j"I i i

Beckman Lewis. Lear, Mrs., Chas. E. Perry, Menla L. >-: I' Ward, E. O. +
the county division a real exposi- Bell I. S, Sr. "' Lear, Chas. E. Perry. John A. .W- $, \ Waldron, R. E.

tion. It also will provide an incentive Bell, Mrs. I. S. ,v Lee, Marion. Perry, W. W. *.>; Waters Mrs. G. M. '

1 Bellamy, Alfred E. u > Lee, R. J. Peay, W. S.&t..: Waters G. M.
to more counties to participate Benson, Chas. W. 4 "''f' : *' Leonard, Mrs. Howard R. Phillips. Bidie E. ,ft 1.r' Weaver, J. K.

t who have heretofore been Bell I. S., Jr. Lee, Mrs. R. J. Phillips Harry H. 1 ;; Weaver, Lucille.Wethington .
Bembry, Gordon. 0.; Lovvorn C. J. Post, H. C. ,' &fi': i L. W.. Jr. "
reluctant to enter on a competitivebasis. Berner, C. H. Lott, Mrs. W. L. Post, Hazel..;,(: Wethington Cora Mae. ,

." Beery, Eugene P. Lovvorn. Mrs. C. J. Prewitt, Hazel. :" Wenzloff. G. E.

Bembry, Aaron C. .. Lucaa, John J. "' Prewitt, M. JL. ";; : Wenzloff, Mrs. G. E.
Streider said he had assurance Bembry Mrs. Leon. Prince Lois. .; Whitaker >
Lucaa Mary Louise. .... J. L. .
.
I that all counties who showed last Beatty, Mrs. C. D. Matteson, Laura Prince Hazel. V;. Whitaker, Mrs. Alta. .
.
Bellamy Sarah J. ., Markette, Thomas E. i Prevatt, E. M. ; ,& 1 Wilson, R. C. ; .j l:,

year would be back for the 1942 Bigg, Malcolm W. .. Marshall, Minnie. : Prevatt, Elsie '"",'"A:,, Wilson, Jimmie. -vU-/' ".-
fair, and a number of others as Bier, C. Harry. .' Markette, Mary. ';-; o: Prevatt, Katie.Rackstraw ';" I' Wilcox, J. B. '. ?#<>.a"'_-, .
Bishop, Mrs.' W. S. I Marshall, R. L. :'' ,Edith L.' >??- m. Williams R. J. v': ".:.: '/!:
Blount, Mrs. R. J. v Rackstraw, G. B. ,"%:':' Williamson F. L. ;' = -
.. Martin, W. N. ..... .", '.
well.An fine livestock Blount, R. J. V" Marshall,I Ruth. Rewis, Mabel. 'e Wilson, Parker T. : .
exceptionally Bledsoe M. D. ". Rish Pauline. .:', Wilson t
Markette, T. A. ; Mable P. ', ', : .
show will be a feature of the comingfair. Bledsoe, Mrs. M. D. Maynard Bonnie. '."** "" Rish, Robert. :"" Wilcox, Myrtle Carver. : I' l .

Boltcn, W. E. Maynard P. S.'v::' .. :- Richards, N. J. "j" (>" Williams, Inez. .': ,, .'. ,'.:. :' ;
Bolton. Mrs. W. E. .' *r* ', Rosenberg, L. C. ;'0: Winn. James. .
.. ,. Marsh, J. A. .:. ........
Bowdon W. S. i- Maloy, Jesale.. ,' Royals M. D. fl 'f Wilson, B. B. J.

Bolton, Chas. .: .oj. Meredith, Frances. <..fi: > Robbins, Joseph. ffl_i Woodward, V. C.

Col. Lee Received Bowdon, Georgie B. "r...,} ,. Meredith, Zern- y. '.'* ." Rosenberg, Beris. -1": Young, Sam.
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Bowden, Beryl. Meador, H. C. I .. ifMeador -, Rodriquez, Frank. : ..?< Young, Edna. .

Bourne, Benjamin A. Mrs. H. C. ,..: ,_ Rodriquez, Edna S. ".: T J.{* The polls will be open from 8:00A.

Check for $250,000 Brown, G. H. :Miner, C. E. t Schroeder, B. J. .h. 'fe '.. M. until sundown. Mrs. G. B,
.. Brown, Mrs. G. H. Miner, Josephine. .. -:.;. Schffli. O. F. : r *" Rackstraw, Mrs. Leslie C. Miller, Mrs.
F 1.** Broderick, W. R. Mills, Mrs. E. C. ",'. ", : Scott, N. B. ../-J .. C. E. Miner. Clerks, and Mr. A. W.

r! Brown L. M. Mills, Eugene C. : f .' Scott Doris. ,:. :';s.\ Lawrence, Inspector, will serve on

Bryant, Herbert. Miller, Leslie C. Schultz, Mrs. H. C. the polls.
Tallahassee July 31-FNS) '
Broadfoot, :Mary Ellen. '
Miller. Mrs. Leslie C. Shelley, E. P. ,. CITY COMMISSIONCITY
Florida's general revenue fund received Bryan Fred W. : Moorman Jack. Shelley, Evelyn J. OF CLEWISTONM.

a transfusion last week when Bronson Bronson,, Mrs.Aaron.Blanche. .."; Moore. Mary E. Sias, Louise.' W. BIGG, City Clerk.

Col. Lee received a check for Brantley, J. L.;

Brantley, Rebecca.,

$250,000 representing inheritance Brantley, W. L. 4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE, TWELFTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR

collected on the estate of the late Bryant, W. W. HENDRY COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.v
Bussey, PauL j '. .
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Elmer Maytag, washing machine '. .
Mrs. Paul.
Bussey :- '
CITY OF CLEWISTON, a municipal corporation, ,
tycoon. Additional amounts still Cason, Mrs. J. T. ", : > '. Complainant.

due the state will be paid later. Cason, J. T. .*. i!'.:, RF """; .J vs. "' v .'
Carlisle Mrs. A. C. I
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CERTAIN LANDS UPON WHICH TAXES . . :, ,' J.....
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A. C. : :
Carlisle. ; I 5 :* ;' .Y "" 55 &&' '" ;
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,. Maytag, who diedin-1939 moV'ed Christian, C M.M" \' ARE' .DELINQUENT. ... "' *"S.---D *-. .o --.' -*. .". ,. ,-.

: his official residence from Christian, Mary P. : :.. I Defendant. ,.: :' : 't-. : .

Wisconsin to Florida about five Chagaris, Peter. i1'1"- '. l NOTICE : ':.
j Christensen, Pete. .j.: .. : t" .
I years ago and because of that Christensen, Daisy. f" ', : 'To all persons 'and corporations interested in 'or haying any lien. or claim upon any of the' lands described

Florida is sharing in the amounts Chamlee, G. M. ""v herein: .

the federal government In Chalker, Mrs. F. E. ...'": You are hereby notified that the City of Clewiston, a municipal corporation, has filed its bill of complaintin
: paid Chalker. James C. the above named court to foreclose delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years with

.1 estate taxes.RECEIVES Clark, O. A."i' j.1 : interest and penalties, upon the parcels of land set forth in the following schedule, all of said parcels lying and

Clark, E. D. '' '*"" being in the City of Clewiston, Hendry County, Florida, the aggregate amount of said Tax Certificates and Un-
Coker, R. L. i '"-!> paid Taxes for Subsequent Years against said respective parcels of land, as set forth In said bill of complaint,

ADDITIONAL ORDERS Cornette, E. M. E. .f'* -' being set opposite such parcels in, the following schedule, to-wit:
V Collier George .
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Cox, Edna. 'i
Cox, Mrs. S. H. .: : '
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<, Dunedin, July 30-FNS-The Cox. S. H. Description of Lands

Food Machinery Company announced Collins, Gorda. '-1d[ : The General Plan of ClewU-
Cornette, Mrs. E. M. ton, Florida, as revised September
.! last week that it had received I IJ Coburn, J. M. ".: !J.Q-. 7, 1937 according to .' '
', .' I. plat recorded In Plat Book < I
J additional orders for amphibian Crochet S. L. AMOUNT OF UNPAID TAXES
:
Dell ; 2, 78, !.eluslve. AMOUNT OF TAX CERTIFICATES
Crochet
:-1. pagesRecords FOR SUBSEQUENT YEARS:
i tanks and that construction will be Daniels, R. C. { of Hend.r7
l Caulk Tax Year Tax Year TOTAL
started at their 'new Lakeland Davis, Ruby. :;; '.... Florida I Block 193 1933 1934 193 '1936 1937 ID38 1939 1940
Davis. H. L. ",, :,3' *\. Lot
1 plant as soon as it is completed. Dickson Jullan M. : .... J. 3() 6.25 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.66 39.40
3
] Tanks are now being manufactured Dickson, Merle. .. 31 2 .(Bal) 4.94 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 38.09

Downs, C. L.:1'i: .', 32 23 6.25 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 39.40
.1 at the Dunedin plant. Downs Lucile. ;. 23 *.**' v 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30

Dobbins; A. A. 24 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
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6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.80
Dobbins, Mrs. A. A. 25 '.' 25
i OFF TO MANEUVERS Doke, M. C. 26 ,',. <;.: 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
Doty, Christine. ;-r.. 27 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 6.00 4.75 4.75 '42.30
Doty, J. W. 28 ',,', .f ,. 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
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1 Quincy July 31-FNS-Faces Doty, John H. -> ':?;. 29 'C 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.7 4.75 42.30
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j 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
Driggers, C. A. I 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80
,]j of 43rd Division troops passing Duff, Elizabeth Bryant. '.. 30 4 "' '." 139 5.58 3.38 3.38 4.04 4.04 4.26 4.40 4.18 4.18 37.44
:
'/ 141 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 29.10
through here this week en route Duff F. Deane. 9
\ Durrence Bonceil S. "",1' 171 1.02 4.22 4.22 5.06 5.06 5.34 5.60 5.70 5.70 47.92
12
J to Louisiana maneuvers were all 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 20.03
j Durst, Mildred. ., _. 6 :;; : 175
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5.00
.smiles-and for good reason. Dupree R. M. ,"J' ". 1 J** ,k.r. 176 2.75 5.70 5.70 19.15
Durrence, Foy. .' I. t ': ." 195 3.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.10 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 34.20
Advance units of the New England Duke, J. D. :i'ih ; 23 6 P"i' '. 195 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55. 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 22.80 60.36

i outfit were greeted Sunday Durst, E. W. ,: v:: 4 {f"" ':' *", 196 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 34.20
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4.00 4.75 4.75 20.90
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Ebney T. R. : :, r S 201 3.70 3.70
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j j with a ba'nner across the street Elder, J. E. ; V 7.5. *.. 'S:<.*.; '*. 202 3.10 '3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 29.10
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reading: "Welcome 43rd Division- ElkIns, Mrs. W. ',n I t;I ;' ,. 2 .' ; ;, 201 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.80 3.80 31.72
: 207 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36' 3.54 :r.60 a.so 3.80 31.72
M.Espenlaub .
Emrick, ;
]5 Quincy Junior Chamber of Com- G. L. ;., .rt ,.' 3 .' .. '' ,4.. : 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 22.38
3
' 1 merce-No Generals Play Golf Espenlaub, Gladys. s' '. 4 S ; 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 22.38
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Etherton G. E. : ', ', ,,! : ".: 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 22.38
1 Here-Tobacco Festival, Oct. 1-4. 5 it' 2.40 2.85 2.85 22.38
I Etherton. Mary. > 6 : ;s:; ?S r 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46
Ezelle J. W.EZelle 11 '" ."' :-" 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 22.38

1 Mrs. J. W. 21 .. : 208 3.18 1.98 2.34 2.40 2.85 2.85 15.60
Delma. ;, "; -. ''. 208 3.18 1.98 2.34 2.40 2.85 2.85 15.60.
Farrsler ,4! 22 :.
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:" NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Flynn, Rev. Lawrence J. 24 j ', 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 ::1.18 3..0 3.80 3.80 29.U
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Ford G M. 25 : p/': ,\ 2084.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 29.24
Mrs. G. M. > ., 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 29.2-1
'. ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ford, 26 .
j 1 = : ,' 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 22.56
Forester Otha : ;
under and by virtue of a writ of I' 28 ; fj 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 22.56
3.0. 3.02
2.54
J. W. 208 ,
Circuit Foster, ,
issuing out of the 29
>; execution Della. : '- 355 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.42 1.14 26.20
of French. .k<
Circuit
Court of the 11th Judicial "!,5
Fuller Chas. W. .' 23 355 .4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3..0 1.90 1.90 25.44
in and for Dade County, up- !. :
J Florida Judgment recovered in Geiger, J. J. *' \:; .,.., 28 '; a 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 2.85 1.14' 25.63
certain .7
on a
2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 24.68
4.14 2.54
Mary G. : 356
in said Geiger,
.I lately pending 'f- 39 :
certain
cause
a ," 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 24.68
356
Investment Company George, R. G. ,r 40 t
Essex r'
< Court wherein '. t .s 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 24.68
2.5-1 3.02 3.02
4.14 2.54
George, Elirabeth. :" ,1 356
:Missouri corporation, was 41
a 2.80 2.66 2.66 13.62
: Gratton. : ; 361 2.68 2.82
Farms Com- George, ': 13 :
and Aripeka r'r
3 Plaintiff, Gratton. 371 4.62 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.42 3.42 25.32
Defendant George, Mrs. ;*:. : '
,
{ Florida corporation was 15
pany, a and wherein plaintiff recovered George, Roberta. .;-.?!' .' 14-15 .Af. ',. 378 17.30 18.30 20.00 22.80 38.00 116.40
,
:' 378 38.70 22.70 22.70 27.60 27.50 29.10 32.00 26.60 28.50 255.30
in the sum of Goff, W. A. 19 "'
.' Hundred a Judgment Twenty-one Thousand Gordon, R. S., Jr. ,_ ';, ,}3 ,' ., 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 4.75 4.75 62.40

; Seven Three Hundred Twenty-three Dollars Griffin. Lilbourne. ._C.. : ... 14 :;;;.: 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7,40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 60.50
: 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 60.50
Griffin Joe. 385
t' .:
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($321,723.08). a certified 15
,"; and Eight Cents of which said Judgment Griffin, Atys. C. ..," 16 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7,40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 60.50

i transcript been recorded in theof-. Guthrie, R. L. A; ,'. 17 '; 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 21.00 21.00 21.00 2.1.00 3.80 3.80 118.10
1} has Guthrie, Mrs. R. L. ,:J; ,. 411 2.32 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28 11.76
Circuit Court
of the 4
the Clerk
flee of
Vernon. : : 411 2.32 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28 11.7&
Guthrie ,
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County. Florida, I have 5
of
Hendry .
,.. 412 5.10 5.10 22.40 22.40 23.70 22.80 101.50
and will sell for cash Guthrie, Ivan. 14-15-16
1 levied all
upon ,- 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 24.49
Guthrie. Harvey L 422 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02
bidder at the 'CourtHouse 27
to the highest
of LaBelle Hare, Maude L. ; 28 422 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 1.71 1.14 29.45
S 55 door in the City ,
3.02 3.20 1.71 1.14 12.09
Hackett, A. L. : 423 3.02
:Monday: the 1st of Sep- 27
Florida on
i 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 24.49
3.02
11:00 o'clock Hall H. R. 28 423 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02
c tember. 1941, between -
' 2:00 o'clock P. M. the following Harris, R. E. 29 423 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 24.49
11 A. M. an-I ,
3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 34.20
3.10 3.70 3.70
described property, being, the Hare, Evelyn. 35 446 5.10 3.10
i Aripeka Farms Hall, Mrs. H. R. 36 H6 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 3.80 3.80 40.40
of defendant,
property 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 18.00
Harris. J. M. I 9 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 2.00
Company to-wit: Hackett. Florence. 498 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 13.60
in Town- 10
The following property 498 2.70 1.10 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 18.00
33 East: Hare, Louise. .. 15
ship 43 South Range ,
1.20 1.00 .95 .95 9.90
1.15 1.15
1.00
Hall Jde.Harris 505 1.50 1.00
All of Section 8; all of Section 7
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9; all of Section 10 less Railroad Mrs J. P. J .

right of way; West Half Half ((W N'h/) Hare Harris, ,R.J. M.P., Jr. -- J In addition to the amounts set opposite each parcel of land in the foregoing schedule, interest and penalties,
11 North '
of Section : and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years, together with a
Certificates
of Section 14 Henricksen, Fred. as provided by law on such delinquent Tax
all :
of 12
Section ; NW4) and Henricksen. Agnes. proportionate part of the costs and expenses of this suit are sought to be enforced and foreclosed in this suit.'
Northwest Quarter ( Southwest Henson Mack. ,;. 4 You are hereby notified to appear and make your defenses to said bill of complaint on or before the 1st day
of
West Half (W%) 101. Rule Day of this Court, and if you fail to do so on or before said date,
!', Quarter S'V1A. of Section 15, Hirsch, M, J. of September, A. D. 1941, the same being a
( of North Hirsch Mrs. :M. J. the bill will be taken as confessed by you and you will be barred from thereafter contesting said suit, and said
less Railroad right way;
'".1 Half (N1/.) and Southwest' Quar- Hodges Arch. respective parcels of land will be sold by decree of said Court for nonpayment of said taxes, and interest and pen
Hooks Richard R. alties thereon and the costs of this suit. '
Half W )
and West ( %
S1 ter.SW'A of Northwest, ) Quarter (NW1 ,) of Hooks. Mrs. Richard R. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set myhand and affixed the official seal of said Court, this the

.') Southeast Quarter (SE 4) oT Sec Hodges, Mrs. Arch. 25th day of July, A. D. 1941. .
-' HULL
WILLIAM T. ,
tion 1C: all of Section 17; all of I Horne, R. D. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Court
CIerkT -of the Circuit ,
Holstine EH.: .: __ 'W'iM
Section 20: all of Section 21; all :-
of Section 22 less Railroad right Huffaker, Elizabeth. w 257-Aug. 181522. ___ Hendry County, Florida. ...Ju







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PAGE SIX THE OMCWT.STOV NEWS rmrr..vField ..
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Day Held I Following the luncheon here the federal Investigators were the citizenship -! NOTICE
group made a tour through Citrus papers granted by ''the

At Stock Farm I Center to LaBelle and returned to prince of Monaco and an order by thereof Notice as Is will hereby be necessary given that to the pay followIng the amount described due for lands taxes, or herein so much set
Clewiston. the American State Department opposite' to 'the same, together with the costs of such sale and
surrender will, be sold;at pUblIc'auction, on the fourth day of August,' to advertising.
I the visitors in addition to requiring Dickerson to r gInning at A. ;
Near Moore Haven Among twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the ClJwirton
,... .. ... ;,' those already named as' speakers! his American passport as well 'as I FlorIda.. City of ,.
J were: Walter Shaeffer Frank recorded requirements of immigration -, R. Y. PATTERSON,
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Tax Collector,
(Moore Haven Democrat) Douthit and' M. A. BoUdet of 'the authorities Incident to Dick:: ., City.: of Clewiston.! \'
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A representative group of more Farm Security Adminfstration; R. erson'vIsiting Miami every' winter '" Amount

than a hundred people attendedthe S. Richardson, Sebriflg; 'w.H. on his Monaco passport. OF DESCRIPTION', LAND OWNER Taxes. and of
field day held at the Lyons Melvin, Lake Placid; D. C. Near- Also there was a trust set ,up for Costa 'r
Kidder Belle the daughter in December, 1927. ', ,. :
Stock Farm Wednesday to demonstrate pass and Clarence of Lot 12, : 'r" "
Block 22
method of T. Arnold of Gainesville This was one of those irrevocable Lot 13, John Irwin ,.-... -54,10
storing Glade P. ,
the new ; Block 22
John __
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Irwin ___._.._._.. 3.15
grass by silage which is being undertaken Louis Alsmeyer and father, E.. C. trusts', which are supposed: to pass Lot Lot 8 31, ,Block Block' 26 E. B Northrup ___ --: 5.05
title and eliminate the property 139 C. E. MIner' _____ 5.05
of Sebring Geo. C. -
by Mr. Lyons Alsmeyer ; Lot 19, Block 139 Mildred Wheeler, -
Included in the group were several -I Young, Bradenton; T. J. Durrence, covered from estate taxes.. But Lot Lot 10 27,, Block 141 Mrs. Anna Tabel .__.,__r_ -_ 4.10 4.48
officials of the State Extension, Brighton; C. E. Fenton, Arcadia; Investigators discovered a power- of Lot 29. Block Block 176 176 W. C. J. Hermann 4.10
Service from Gainesville and Belle I E. O. Friday, Punta Gorda ; J.: E. attorney; which the daughter gavo Lot 30, Bock 176 W.Jaraea J. Costello F. Costello I __ 4.10 4.10

Glade county agents from many I I I Beardsley and sons, Jim, Bob, Dan her father practically turning" the Lot Lots 19 2,, Block 3,' Block'358 202' Herbert M. Turner ____ 7.90
W. c. J. _
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of the south Florida counties! and I and Bruce, M. T. Bishop, R. 'J'L e, trust back to him. Lot 25, Block 358 Edith A. Hermann Becker -_ 4.10 9.89
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Lot
16, '
stockmen, dairymen, poultrymenand I E. M.. Cornette, Charles Bolton, L. In addition there were recorded Lots 26, Bl6ck 27. Block 361 412 J. C. O'Neal __. .-?_,_..-._--_ 6.00

others from this area interested E. Burguer, F. L. Williamson, Clew- court orders in the Monaco courts Lot ,8, Block 495 Mabel J. W. Francis Daughtry__,. -_ 9 4.10.80
in the potential value of such iston;; E. H. Vance; Arcadia; Cary covering his operations and domi-

ensilage production. Carlton, Arcadia; Mrs. Jessie cile, 'and, of course, there e was the t;..:"": :..:..:..:............................ ........:.
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The larger part of the crowd DeVane, Lake Placid; R. Rower problem of locating the; treasure f ._.
assembled at the courthouse at ten and Mr. Richardson, Sebring; J. J. which was all in stocks, books and I y .

o'clock and with County Agent F. McLaughlin, Fort Drum; Frank cash deposited In banks stretchingfrom I ::: ..,

T). Yaun as guIde were taken ,to the ,Williamson, Bradenton; W. _T. Hull London to Monaco to Montreal I I f X

I Lyons Farm on the Lakeport road and Dewey H. Ward, LaBelle; to Miami. IV.:. f'..
at Newhall, four miles northwest B. Glendinning of Sarasota C. R.// V f

of Moore Haven. Here one of the Futch of Nokomis; C. E. V.. y
new type temporary or portable of Punta Gorda; W. E. Evans, E. IN THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY .t ..l.
silos has already been constructedand T. Denham and John R. Butler of JUDGE COUNTY,IN FLORIDA AND FOR' HENDRY' .V:. t

filled with some three' hundred Sarasota:; W. A. Bourtoud, J. F. X .f.',
X
and twenty tons of Para Grass Rousseau and Dr. J. C. Bernstein IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE t
ground and mixed with'molasses', of ,Lake Worth; D. M. Johnson, OF H. J. B. SCHARNBERG, DECEASED V ?

100 pounds to the ton of grass. I Sarasota, ; Otis L. Pepper, Archie NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL; REPORT V: ,
Here also was under construction' Bevls, Ernest and C. W. Hilliard, AND APPLICATION' FOR. :( t'
FINAL DISCHARGE .. .
the second one of a group of these Morin Thomas, Henry Smith, Robert TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN .
silos which Mr. Lyons is filling and I Hancock, W. E. Godwin, R: A. andC. NOTICE SAID ESTATE IS HEREBY. GIVEN- that I ._;, A SNOOfrNb .

in this the ,crowd was able to see A. Fulford, Clyde Dinan, Joe W. the undersigned did on July 16, 1941, 'I
exactly how the material is ground Burke of Okeechobee; R. E. Kurtz file in the office of the County,JudgeIn : ( ??
and for Hendry County Florida, '
and mixed and blown into the silo. I and Joe B. Johnson of Fort Myers at the Court House at LaBelle, Flor- t t(1i .f.1
and many others. ida, her final report and applicationfor
In the building of the first of the I final discharge. f
silos Mr. Lyons had the coopera I The free lunch was given for the ,DATED this 16th day of July, 1941. I ..
Sisalkraft group by the Sisalkraft Corporation MARIE MARGARET SCHARNBERG, .. .
tion of the Companyand .I '. As Executrix of the LastVill' and'Testament
the Ford Motor Company. H. C. and by the Hendry County. Motors' of H. J. B. Scharnberg" .+.. ,-.'. (Explanation on Page Ten), ', .._.:
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of 'Clewiston. Deceased. ( -,- ; .. .
Smith, representative 'of' the Sisal : Uj}. '
255- Tuly 18-25, Aug. 1-8. : .?
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kraft Company and in charge of ; "': -1fI" .vi..9\. ",

the silo construction, explained the Lee's Tax Bloodhounds iJ, -. .. ". ,
construction methods and Charles r .j

Bolton of the Hendry, County Mo- Travelled Many A Mile .;..
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tors, Clewiston Ford dealers; ex- ; 'You don't' need .
PERSONALGInnle :: : to make a lS h. :
plained the use of the Papec ensilage Tallahassee, July 31-FNS- :
cutter and the- method of It took two years of intensive investigation :*_: shooting star that you'll be,
mixing in the heavy raw molasses.Following' I and State Comptroller tell Paul to use hit ::_:: a home you can make it ,come true : J
this demonstration the Jim Lee's tax bloodhounds traveled htadl Tell him you're goingto :: I
crowd went into the Para grass many a mile-yes, many a mile- do better with your baking j i through regular saving. 1.00 opens an =:
pasture just north ,of the railroad from now on-Bince vou've ::
before they brought home $700,000 here.
: account 'Regular dividends
a
help ::
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learned about Rumford Bak .
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I and watched the FordFergusontractor worth of bacon Saturday morning : ;;
: and mower' cutting the grass ing Powder. Now you'll bake :;:. fund .* I
collected' fronthe estate of Ed- your grow.
him all the cakes hotbreadshe .., : :;:
and placing it in windrows to be
ward N. Dickerson who-the
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comp is so fond of, For with Rum- :. yx
picked up by the special harvesterand troller contended to Dickerson's ford you" can use' any good :::- .. ,.-- -,- :
loaded onto trucks. Before returning daughter-heir and the executor recipe without worrying about .;. :::

to town the group went to was a citizen and resident of Miami how much baking powder you j V f
,Lakeport to view a special experi- ought to use. The amount the V V
instead of ,the city of Monte x, Y
directions call for-that's the
mental grass being grown on the Carlo in the principality of Monaco, amount to woof Rumford for .!.' .):.:
A. A. Beck place. where it is Send .
reported the eccentric perfect results. FREE. for : ,
The crowd arrived back in town millionaire paid the reigning new booklet, containing dozensof X_ rrDl I :

about noon and went to the Woman's -I I I prince $10,000 to make him a bright ideas to improve your .t. t Xi= i
Club clubhouse where a citizen. That was back in 1935, baking;, Address:' Rumford : ..;
( Baking,Powder Box R Rum- .:..
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group of, ladies had prepared a I three years b'efore' Mr. Dickerson ford Rhode Island .y.
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lancheom During the luncheon a passed away in France and 'two ...,. ..!......................................................................;.........................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.b..,,
number of talks were 'made'and interest !wears before thetwo" had him de .. ,7'-
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appeared to be very highin 1 Glared mentally 'incompetent.Back -....... ..::...: .: .:. .. : .. : .. : : .......................... ....... ....:
: : : : : : : : x X"X"X*: X"X X"X"X.xx : : : : : : : : : : : : :+:oo: : : : : : :': : :":":":":":":":":":":":":":--:":":":":":":": '
the possibilities of grass storage of this collection is a long I ..:......;.-,............................. ..x;.X"X":..x' ..:..x.'.x..x..x.'.XK"XAA ..................................... ....................... ........,......................... .......'.................. .................................ft. '

for winter feeding.F. r trail during which both state and :.:..:. ....
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or D. Yaun acted as master of federal investigators more than'I , .VV: !

ceremonies and first introduced once were almost ready to' give up I: ..,:((.' .
Judge J. M. Couse who expressed a the ghost. Finally about a year :kAi ";:.
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welcome to the group to' Moore ago; the state comptroller took the1' !' ENJOY ANALL xf,; : ,

Haven. "Other talks' were made by bull 'by the horns and 'went into the :2 ,''r. ::; ,,_'.".".,.. .:.... '
W. J. Sheely; extension' animal probate 'court 'in Bade County .: : ,i\ '- :AAY:
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husbandman; W. T. Nettles, district where he asked for and obtained :*..:. ', :' .1 ". YY '
extension agent; Dr. A. L. Shealy, the appointment of a Florida administrator ; ';- ELECTRICHOME ...
head of the department of animal I for the estate after 'I::it! {:\ ij:
husbandry' in the State :
University showing Judge W. F. Blanton that '
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and Extension Service; Dr. R., B. I Dickerson's only heir, Mrs Priscilla : 'A ':,
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Becker : '
state animal nutritionist si
: ; I Gillson, a daughter; living in Eng- ::it / ',_.
Dr. W. G... Kirk, a teacher in the land, had started ::*.':.' :*:::
administration'I.t I...:. .:
University' Agricultural college and f
proceedings in the: .._. :
head ; ( ; ( ::: '
of the Wauchula experiment Monaco and Florida's interest in | ,
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r.t:::.
station; Dr. R. W. Kidder of the the funds of the estate were be- I.:t t A IH

Belle Glade station; C. 'D. Swoffar ing endangered by the fortunes of :W:::;:; Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that : :'
of Jacksonville, special livestock war and removal of assets from : ....
agent for' the A.C.L. railway;' J. jurisdiction of U. S. courts.With i,( :;!5 LACT. <'. takes, care of both, the work and the pleasures of the :#;::

Wm.E. Beardsley Silver' of, Fort Clewiston Myers farmer, Jess; I Florida administrator the appointment, the comptroll-of a'J,I:.; : t home and one that ,will do everything quickly, efficient- &::::'

Durrence,' Okeechobee cattleman, I er was able to force the daughter i I.:_.'.:.' t ly and economically. ..s
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J. L. Perry of the Security Feed to come into the Florida court to ::2 l : :

Co.Haven, Tampa and,-others.J. E. Frierson of Moore I face 'a lot of important ,documents;I I ._::: r One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices. of toast, or. :: _::.
Mr. :
Smith was and records, the existence of which ,:..:. ..

again of called questions: upon to answer a number had been uncovered' by state inves- .:::: give.your: eyes two hours of safe reading, light or operate :YY::: t'
relative
to the tigators. ::: '
cost of silos. Out of the investigation came two I ; :.:.: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is &: 5:,

stration In his'Mr talk: Smith at the said silo that demon-his federal strangely estate cOntrasting', .tax'' return' documents.filed by A I ':::'::: one, thing that gets cheaper' the more of_ '.it 'that you,:use. a I:::*::

company preferred to call them I I the executor of 'the estate listing ;::

portable silos rather than temporary Dickerson's' total taxable property' I :: 9 f That is why it..is so easy to have and, enjoy a..home Iff

silos as they may be moved in the U. S. at : '
$50,000-and his ='
that is all
: ; ; electric and d.
trom :t: mo
place to place ; ;
where other !!
the only assets as cash totaling :::'.:.
'farmer stockman may need them. less than $125,000, which 'he claimed .;.'.:. :

They are made of heavy 'wire lined were not: taxable because "de- :::f XXX

with two layers of the tough reinforced ceased was a non-resident alien not ::' : #

Sisalkraft paper and are engaged in business in the U. S." :::: : 4 :
put: a } f ELECTRICITYIS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ::
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up' ring at
a time, about On this tax return the executor, ::... i
lour feet wide. The Lyons silos George W. Jaekels, Dickeison' .:. r XX

are each a hundred feet in circum- former secretary and tax expert, :;::=: f :&:::

feet:ference and are better than twenty paid a federal tax of $3,096 in .;.:: ; ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.
high. Due to the excessive 1939 none of which came to the ::: i

rainfall in this area Mr. Smith HasTeetrtnmended state of Florida because under theFlorida ,.;.:;: ; : ::

using a paper cover laws estates up ,to $100,000 :::.:.. :' ,'J.t, .." !.t.o:.!
for the silo after filling. Esti- are not taxable. The other dOCU- :;:.. ?y

.mates of the entire cost of the silage meat was' a resume sheet built up .:..::. .

ready for feeding are now 'plac- from checks and cross-checks, :=:.;:.. r r ANV .1:1 1:1I ,
.ed at $200; per ton but Smith ''feels probe and investigation, throughout ;..:. '.- .

tthat: this: cost may be reduced. two years of digging and litigation, I.:::

_A.s :a 'result of the 'expel"imentalrK and, which when finally accepted :. vI

here the United States Sugar I by the heir and the executor of ::: Glades Power and Light Co.: ??
Corporation is putting up a small the estate, listed something like +1 :


at their cattle feeding pens in erty, upon which the executor paid ;;..:. '
Clewiston. It will hold between the state of Florida $700,722.39 :::
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sixty and; a hundred tons and spent after refusing to file a return. 'i;.:.. ..
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lemon grass is being mixed with 200 Among the obstacles : : :
pounds: of molasses to the I encounteredand :N':N:M..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..*-:.:..:..*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..*..:..:..:..*..*..:..:..:..:..:..*..:..:..:..:..:..:..*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:t.:..:....:..:..: *..:..:..:..:..:..*..:..:..:..*..:..*..*..\.0.:.
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: ;.""4 I"IUDAYUGUST 1, 101 ,- THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE SEVEX'Personals


\ --r !r Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowde, ThomasSaxonMiss brate were Sue Cornette, Mary Jean

I I land sons, Kay- and Paul, spent and Wayne King, Jean Murphy,
\rff ( Sunday in Okeechobee with rela- Sharon Crochet, John Rodgers, Dr. Walter F. Purdon
j tives. Virginia Saxon of Moore Elsie Mueller, Ray Gordon, Carroll
Haven and Miami and C. A. Thomasof Miner, Agnes Hackett, Evelyn Mock, Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence Lake Harbor were married Sun- Johnny Niblack, John Perry, Jim- Office, Hopkins Building,

,. IC {spent the week-end In Miami with day afternoon in' the' Allapattah my Knight, Howard Smith, Heather Clewiston
': ;, Mrs. Lots Knight left Sunday for IMr. and Mrs. R. L. Saxon. They Methodist Church in Miami. The Guthrie, Ronald Hare, Mary Jane 1 Daily except Sunday and .

, ,. :;.J a visit in Rocky Mount, N. C. !attended the wedding Sunday of ceremony was performed In the and Linda Lee, Denny Childress, Thursday
iM ___ !Miss Virginia Saxon and C. E. presence of members of the Immediate Ed Musgrave, Paul Bowden, Diane t Evening hours, Monday, Tuesday,
.. Thomas. families of the bride and I Friday, Saturday.Johnson's .
:a Roger Saxon of Arcadia was a I and Jane Mathis, Beverly Carlton
I and few close friends.
a
1 visitor in Clewiston Thursday. groom and Warren Brown.
:I ;, -- I Miss Pat Campbell of Miami is I The bride' is the daughter 'of Mr.
. : C. E. Miner made a business {arriving today to be the guest ofMiss and Mrs. R. L. Saxon of Miami and
Betty Spicer over the weekend formerly lived in Moore Haven, '
FOR SALE
-- Chickens ,
trip to Tallahassee Friday. Fancy Fish Camp ,
. /: Miss Campbell is to be one I where she has been teaching in the
'.. of the bridesmaids in the Spicer- public school. She has spent much broilers-reasonably priced. Mrs.F. (Near Hurricane Gate)
-.ij Mrs. .P. E. Chalker and _Mrs. H. Doub, LaBelle.
Clewiston
her Fla.
Bell wedding Sunday. time in Clewiston with cousins, ,
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'f'j Arthur Hall spent the weekendin Lawrence.Mr. - Boats and Motors Guide
i; f... Miami. Mr., and Mrs. A. W. I - -- Service
" : Mr. and Mrs. E. E.,, Kelly have Thomas is engaged in farm- Rates Reasonable (
; -- returned to their home after a vacation ing in the vicinity of Lake Harbor. W. H. Johnson, Mgr. r

'-. Mrs. Gilbert Davis of Delray trip' to North Carolina. They After their return from a short FOR SALE
visiting her parents, Mr. I !
Beach is
accompanied by Mrs. Kelly'ssister bride and
were honeymoon the groom
. '.. :,i and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie. I Miss Louise Hood, of. Jack- I will 'reside in Clewiston.GranthamFlannery.

sonville. Several million egg, tomato and CLEWISTONTINNING
: : --: Mr. and :Mrs. M. W. Bigg and I
Miss 'Florence Moran were recent papper plants, some ready to set & PLUMBING SHOP
.'. Mrs. Flo Ella Milligan has returned .
now Write wire Hardee
or
;_ visitors in Fort Myers. Anything In Plumbing Fixtures
from a vacation visit to
,
County Seed and Crate Co., 'Vau-
\,\ Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford relatives in Central City, Kentucky.She Miss Eva Clifford Grantham of chula, Fla Prompt, Efficient Service
2t.
was accompanied on her return Orlando, formerly of Clewiston,
,
the
< and son, Van Mumford, spent PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
;' week-end on a trip to Key West. by her cousin, Miss Edith daughter of Mrs. R. R. Grantham,
,: ; Griffith, of St. Louis, Missouri. of Live Oak, will become, the brideof
:( 1 Miss Gwendolyn Brown of South Sylvester Thomas Flannery of

: Bay arrived Wednesday for a visit Miss Beth Nall of Clewiston, R. Brooklyn, New 'York, Sunday,. Au-

of a few days with her brother, I' L. Turner of',Lake 'Harbor, and gust 3rd. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL J. M. COUSE
.
; Gideon H, Brown, and family. I Ir Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Bowyer of Miss Grantham is a graduate of ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
,, I I I I Moore Haven motored to Miami Suwannee High School, Live Oak, Maps Estimates Counselor and Attorney at Law
Mr. and' Mrs. S. C. Stalls and Sunday to attend the wedding of and of the Southern School of Commerce JOHN H. DOTY Hopkins Building

,' ; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse of Moore Miss Virginia Saxon- and C. E. ,' Orlando. She has been Engineering Consultant Wednesdays and Saturday
: Haven were visitors in Clewiston, Thomas. employed as secretary in the officeof
Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. ] 0:30 to 4:00
i Tuesday evening. the Florida Business Equipment. ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas
-- ac- Company, in Orlando. |
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Weaver returned companied their daughter, Mary I .
: j Mr. Flannery' is a graduate of --- ---- --- ------

. ,J -: Sunday from and a in visit,Austin in Louise, to West Louise Palm underwent Beach Sun- St. James Academy, and ,St. Johns :..*..i**..*..i..*..*..:"*..:..:..*..*<"***..:.-*..***..***..*..*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ..:..:..:....:..:...
Washington, D. C., day. Mary a College, in Brooklyn, and came to
" V Virginia. tonsillectomy at Good Samaritan Florida in 1934. He Is employedwith
'f '- Hospital Monday morning, and is
Civil Service'
the United States ,t,
j Mr. and Mrs. Hansel McDuffieand now recuperating nicely at her Commission at the Orlando Air .:. i

daughters, Gloria and Betty,. home here. Base. He and his bride will reside \ X tj
- ': ; have returned from a visit with at 2-6 East Church Street, f
:
relatives in Sycamore, Ga. ,Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, and ,daugh- '
: Orlando.
';! -- ters, Miss Margaret, Sue, -Eleanor 'j CLEWISTON GOLF i ii.

Mrs. J. R. Deadwyler and daugh- and Corrinne, returned over the BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. .t t
i i ter, Janet, of West Palm Beach, week-end' from Detroit, Michigan,

are guests of her parents, Mr. and where they visited Ed Von Mach Harry' Turner was hostessto
Mrs. I. S. Bell. and other relatives. J. B. Brantley, members of her bridge club at I i. : I I.i'

; -- who has been employed by General her home Wednesday evening. A I COURSE .- ,; t
'i? Mrs. F. Deane Duff left Tuesday Motors in Detroit for the past printed linen tablecloth was won ...

,for Palm Beach where she joined year, returned with them. C. Wilson who held :
: by Mrs. R. ,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ed- I high score, and a set of crystal ash I j jr ;; : !
.j 'ward for vacation trip to calledto : .
Bryant, a Mrs. Ruth B. Owens was trays by Mrs. R. C. Nowling who q"o, f.'
Western North Carolina. by the I .- "" -. .:
Lake Worth Monday
was second high. t, .:.j Ii[ I-T JIIIIIIIIiI' ". t
death of her uncle, J. W. Means I :?
I
Fruit with whipped cream *
. Miss Marcia Avant returned Monday 79, with whom she nlade her home jello .
4 from a two weeks' visit in New for several years. Mr. Means was and an iced drink were served to X I IXI
' York City. Mr and" :Mrs:- J.-P; a pioneer',of the'ALake"Worth* area, Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop, Mr .. Blanche, I
Keene and Mrs. H. ,A. Land met and his funeral was held in the Turner, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs B. J.

her. in West Palm Beach.'. .....' Baptist Church there Wednesday Schroeder, _Mrs. Campbell" 'E. Nall,
Miss Mae Palmer, :Mrs., R. C. Nowl-
afternoon. I to the Public ] I
: Open
Miss Runelle McGehee left Monday I: ing and Mrs. W. H. Lanier. :

; for a few days stay in New Miles H. Thomas, of Jacksonville, The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge'Club
: Orleans. Mrs. McGehee and Miss arrived Wednesday to pack and met at the home of Mrs. i Y

Julia Oglesby accompanied her to ship his household goods from the Keathley Bowden, this week. Nylon I t t. -
West Palm Beach.J. house on the government reserva- I hose was awarded as first prize to' YY
Mrs. R. N. Smith and lingerie to
tion here to his new location in I. x
Mrs. D. G. Alston as cut prize. The f .
C. Chalker returned Wednes Jacksonville. Mr. Thomas was.
; and cookiesto :_: :_;: I IY
day from West Palm Beach where I formerly assigned to the ClewistonU. hostess served ice cream
; he has been at ,Good Samaritan Hospital II S. Engineer office and was I' Mrs. Alston, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,
J undergoing treatment for an i transferred to Jacksonville several Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl John- Y 3

eye injury. I I months ago. His assignment there son, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs W. : .2.
I'"IIi. ;.I',_ W. Perry, Mrs. L. C. Miller and :;: Moderate Green Fees ::_;::
been made
; I has now permanent. ..
.
Misses Carolyn :King and ArdiS Mrs. Smith. :
'' Bolton and Jim, Bob and Dan II I C. A. Martinez,.'H. C. Kolstad and, Mrs. Clarence J. Nielsen was hos- :i: Exceptional Fairways ; .

Beardsley enjoyed a beach party W. A. Davis were business visi- tess to .members' of her bridge club :*_ Interesting Greens :=;:,
and the ball game at Lake WorthSunday. tors in Tampa Friday. Mr. Mar- Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. E.I ... 'o.r.
Miner and Mrs. Earl Smith won ,
for naturalizationpapers
tinez is applying
first and second prizes. A salad!; .
.
and Mr. Kolstad and Mr. Mrs. ...' ... _._.. ... .. . ..N.N.N..... .. ..N.N.N.N.N.N...
.' M. E. 'Von Mach returned yesterday Davis were sponsors 'for his appli- I I course was served by NielI I N.N. .N.1.N.N.-.M ,0 ti .M NAM .N.N N.N.N.*.**.*w*.*wWhat N N
i from Detroit, where he spent cation. Mr. Martinez is on a business I I sen to Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Miner, Mrs.
his vacation with his son, Ed, and "trip to St. Louis' and will return Robert N. Smith, Mrs. J. G. Nib-
,; other relatives. Mrs. Von Mach in a few days. lack, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. E. .
1. met him in West Palm Beach. B. Seegar, Mrs. Carl Johnson and

.. I I SUNBEAM CLASS GIVES SHOWER, Mrs. F. E. Conkling.
,:: Merrell Lowe arrived from Camp FOR TEACHER THURSDAY
Do.----
Blanding Saturday to spend a few VISITOR IS COMPLIMENTEDWITH To

i days here with his wife and par- Mrs. 'W. R. Broaderick who is BRIDGE, PARTY

: ents. He returned to Camp Wed-. recuperating at her home in
.
nesday.Mr I I crest apartments from an Mill-I I Mrs. R. J. Lee and Miss EvelynHare
at the Sebring Hospital was gi entertained with a bridge About Housing Shortage

and Mrs. W. H. Lanier returned I surprise handkerchief!, shower by party' Monday evening complimenting -
Tuesday night from a three members of her Sunbeam Class of their aunt, Mrs. Helen Howard, I
\ weeks' vacation trip to Tennesseeand J I the Baptist Church Thursday after of Rock Hill, S. C., who is the I .
Asheville and Wilmington, N. noon.. guest of Mrs. R. M. Hare, Sr. I
1 i C. I Those attending were Billy Mrs. Carl Berner won' a pair of i .

Brooks, Billy :Broadfoot, John, Mary, embroidered pillowcases for first I Right have 22 houses for '
,: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Be.rner took I Ann and Margaret Himrod, Dennis prize and Mrs. R. J. Schroeder won I now we

/) their son, Bobby, to Sebring Sat- Childress, Walker Nail, Jr., Beverly a set of pot holders for second costs like rent. A phone
Wilson received sale-monthly
urday. Bobby's tonsils were removed Carlton, Tommy and George Ann prize. Mrs. Jimmy
'.: there Saturday and he returned the travelling prize. Mrs. How-
Suggs, Ronald Hare, Nadine Bern-
i to his home Sunday after- bry, Gene and Diane Mathis, Shirley ard received costume" jewlery asf J call and we'll present prices, and termsto

noon. Marshall, Mary Jean and Arthur guest prize. -
j __ iced tea was r and of
King, Bernice and Phyllis Bishop, A salad course with surprise you assure peace
,j Mrs. C. D. Beatty and children, Sue Cornette, Claire Hedke, Betty served by the hostesses to Mrs.
: Clifford, Lionel and Sylvia, spent Young, Gene Beery, Wanda Bera- Helen Howard, Mrs. R. M. Hare, mind for the future. Ask for Bob or Jim
). the week-end in Fort Pierce with : bry, Mrs. J. W. Himrod, Mrs. A. Sr., Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. A. C.
Mr. Beatty, who is on temporary C. Carlton and Mrs. W. G. Mathis. Carlton, Mrs. Foy Durrance, Mrs. Beardsley. .
f assignment there by the U. S. En- Jimmy Wilson, Mrs., R. J. Schroder, I .-

gineers. MRS. MARKETTE: HOSTESS AT Mrs. Malley Palmer, Mrs. Carl ,
BUFFET SUPPER TUESDAYMrs. Berner, Mrs. A.' W. Lawrence, Mrs. I
:4' A. Broadfoot of the U. S. Engineers Virginia Harrell and Mrs. Blanche

{ office made an inspection T. E. Markette was hostess Turner.
y .. trip last Thursday and Friday to I Tuesday evening at a buffet '" J. E. Beardsley
; j airports in Arcadia and Fort Myers I supper given at ,the home of her MARJORIE BROWN CELEBRATES S
'; and on Saturday to Vero Beach sister, "Mrs. John J. ,Kettl. 3RD BIRTHDAY ,WITH PARTY I ': -
-' Real Estate and Insurance ]
j (. and Melbourne. Guests were Mrs. J. B. Wilcox, :. ,
:it Mrs. Cecile Brooks, Mrs. Curtis Mrs. Gideon H., Brown, .assistedby' .f
I Among those attending the ball Thompson, Miss Virginia Jordan, Miss Gwendolyn Brown, enter- PHONE 66 5
' game in Lake Worth Sunday were: Miss Florine Moore, Miss Mildred tained with a children's party ,yes- -
.; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet and Durst, Miss Evelyn Hare, Miss terday afternoon celebrating the
';, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. W. P, Vaughn, i Phoebe Peterson, 'Miss Margaret third birthday of her daughter, Bob Beardsley Ruth Beardsley '

Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mrs. Spoolstra, Miss Mary Markette, Miss Marjorie.The '
,, Myrtle Lee Wilcox Miss Betty Beatrice, Jacobs, Miss Lee Pridgen, children enjoyed games and Kellems .' Art Lawrence
Splcer, Miss Christine Bell, Miss ; Miss Mae Palmer, Miss Lois Prince, stories under the trees on the lawn. Evelyn ,
Winnie Bozeman, Miss Roberta i Miss Jessie Malloy, Miss Christine Later they were served ice cream, t
George, Peter Chagaris and J. A. Bell, Mrs. John J. Kettl and Mrs. cake and punch. I'
McGehee. ''J. W. Moore. Those who helped Marjorie cele-'l I .I

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wouldn't hearing anything- good." ------IMPROVED4 There's No Doubt but

W Q.rBy Silence"No." again. He didn't know UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL McTavish Asked for It

.MS why he had come; there wasn't anything -

he could say. He stood by the SUNDAY i Sharp received a letter from his

-' \ Af -- stove, his eyes brooding on the iron. [Lesson friend McTavish which bore no
> W '--/ Deep in the pockets of his coat stamp, and he had to pay the post

f ALAN LEMAYINSTALLMENT W. N.U. Releasetell there'was a trembling in his slack By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. age. The letter concluded:
this from in- fingers, not caused by cold. It wasa Dean of The Moody; Bible Instituteof "You will be delighted to hear
thing comes
6 you, and uncomfortable thingto Released by Western Newspaper Union. I
strange )
am enjoying the best of health
this thing might be somethingthat ,
THE STORY SO FAR: side; be so near, this girl again, and old chap.-Yours, McTavish."
couldn't beat without help.
Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built upa yet to be so far away. Sharp pondered over this for
vast string of ranches which stretched The United States Marshal at San "Still," Jody said, "you seem to Lesson for August 3 time. then he secured a large a
to Montana. King was killed by Antonio smiled to himself a little
from Texas be getting done what you set out stone
wrapped it addressed
competitor, and he said "Seems like this it
and
unscrupulous
his powerful smile; Lesson subjects and
to do. Scripture texts selected and sent it
Ben Thorpe. Bill Roper, King's adopted son, must be a terrible bad thing for you, looks like I'm not and c undertook to break Thorpe's power. His "Sometimes it Council of Religious Education; used by friend McTavish. Attached to it
Cleve? permission.
first step was to start a cattle war in Texas even doing that. was a note, which read as follows:
He made this decision against the oppositionof "I'm telling you- "If you haven't accomplished any- "Dear McTavish:
Lew Gordon and the tearful pleading of "Go ahead and tell me. You're a thing else you've astonished my PAUL PREACHES FAITH |"This great weight rolled off
his sweetheart Jody Gordon. With the aid of Ben Thorpe man, ain't you? A right father. He's said himself, over and EN CHRIST mind when I received the good my
Pierce and other outlaw gun. Ben Thorpe man. Well- it ,
Dry Camp leading over, he wouldn't have supposed newsof your state of health.,
men Roper conducted raid after raid uporThorpe's maybe I'll tell you a couple of could be done. No question but LESSON TEXT-Romans 3:21-31; 5:1, 2. "Yours
herds. Cleve Tanner, manager of things, some day ." what Cleve Tanner is shaken; he's GOLDEN TEXT-As It is written. The Just sincerely, "
Thorpe's Texas holdings, seemed helpless to shall live by faith..Romans 1:17. "Sharp.
stop him. Gunmen seized control of iso There was law in Texas even in shaken clear down to his roots. No-

lated ranches, and cattle were driven off by those days; but there was no such body knows what's what any more,
the thousands as entire herds are driven law as could stand against the com- or what will happen. People who Justification by faith is a doctrine

across the Rio Grande into Mexico. bined renegades of the long trail, thought a year ago that Cleve Tanner which lies at the very heart of the
behind them who gospel. It provides the answer toman's
with a lawyer was invincible-they're sayingnow YOU BUYINOCULATION
CHAPTER Vin-Continued could delay forever in the courts; that he's coming to the end of age-old question, "What mustI

Presently it began to appear that and a reckless expenditure of mon- his string; that if this thing goeson do to be'saved?" (Acts 16:30).

the tough, notoriously troublemaking ey, the source of which some sus- Tanner will be through." "This was a question with which

'outfits under Cleve Tanner were: pected, but which was'not definitely "What else do they say?" Paul had himself grappled, and for
years he had salvation in
not holding together as they always known. "They're saying that the worst the traditional sought
had before. Here and there men renegades of the trail are working Jewish way. Then ON FAITHField
one day he met Christ and he under-
were beginning to desert the Tanner CHAPTER IX together, for the first time-the kill-
went a spiritual transformation tests have shown difference
a big
outfits sometimes fired because ers the men who don't care if they
in the quality of inoculator brands on the
they had failed, sometimes volun- With the fall, Lew Gordon, now in live or die. They say they have through faith in Him- apart from the market. You cannot see the legume bacteria .
works of the you purchase. Immediate demonstration
law. Because of that
tarily deserting to the ranks of the sole charge of the far-scattered cat- money back of them now, and that is impossible. What is the reputation
raiders who were now almost open- tle holdings he had shared with even Cleve Tanner with all his experience, and because of the latlon and buy experience behind the'inocu
you
divine revelations made to him he
ly punishing the Thorpe-Tanner Dusty King, came to Texas to in- string of outfits, can't stand up .NITRAGIN is the ORIGINAL LEGUME
holdings. spect the southern holdings of King- against the everlasting raiding,"fend was able to show others how to be INOCULATOR, having served
saved and how to live a life of vic the farmers for over forty years. It
Gordon-the breeding ranges from stampeding, and mysterious loss of won GOLD MEDAL at the World's
Mid-August, in the season of driest which all the King-Gordon holdings cattle. They say he's lost twenty tory. (Olmstead). Fair, St. Louis, 18O1.

heat- drew their essential sustenance. outfits, just because he couldn't I. How Can God Be Just and .plete NITRAGIN and modern is made laboratory In the most of com-Us

Into the Potreros, by a little used Reports kept coming to Bill Roperat spare the gunmen to hold the Justify Sinners? (Rom. 3:21-31). kind In the world.'
.NITRAGIN is the leader In Its field
trail, a black-sombreroed horseman his constantly shifting bases by range." The portion of Romans Just preceding by a big margin. NITRAGIN demandIn

rode. He was a tested gunman, a way of, the many riders who kept "Eleven outfits," Roper said. our lesson is devoted to a year the after South year.has During rapidly the increased.fall of
proved man whose name was known him in touch with his far-spread "Then it was really you?" devastating treatment of man's sin- 1940 the Southern shipments of
and feared half the length of the fulness NITRAGIN were for more than 45
"Those eleven outfits they speak bringing him face to face million pounds of,VETCH and WINTER -
Great Trail. Trouble-shooting for of-those'were outfits roughed away with the question, "What can I do PEAS. This_large demand la

Cleve Tanner now, he was movinginto from little lonely men, on pretensesthat about it?" The answer has a hope-' after due to year.man.lIeld We prove teats carried by,these on tests year
the Potreros to find out what had hadn't any justice or any true less ring to it. that NITRAGIN Is'a good product.

gone wrong with some of Tanner's RW law. Those outfits are back with 1. Man has no righteousness of Prosper Send for,"our showing booklet' pictures"Plant of Legumes field tests to
choicest herds. He had come fast, their owners now." his and how NITRAGIN is made. The booklet -
and cannot of his
own, by any
': also gives you valuable information
changing horses frequently. "But-you admit your wild bunchis own works save himself. "He has I regarding the inoculation of legumes.

Loping down the almost invisible behind all this?" tried many ways, in but If your dealer does not have NITRAGIN
every age,
trail through the dark, his horse sud- "Call it that if you want to. I no human being, or groups of men in on stock NITRAGIN'have him inoculation.get it for you. Insist

denly dropped from under him, head guess there isn't anybody knows as or women, have ever devised any :Accept no substitute"JL"

long into nothingness. The pony well as you do what I'm trying to scheme: have ever conceived of any
might have stepped into a prairie I do."
ritual
have ever established any religion -
dog hole-or it could have been the She said in a dead voice, "I nev- by their own efforts, through !

loop of a rope. But as the dazed er believed it; I couldn't believe it- which peace with God has been
rider struggled up, his mouth full until now." "
found. (Wilbur M. Smith).
of dirt, a rifle was prodding his belly "Didn't I tell you about it? I told 2. Christ paid the penalty foiman's THE NITRAGIN COMPANY, Inc.
and a voice was saying, "Don't 3750 No.Booth SL Milwaukee Wis.
you about it before I began. I set sin by His own blood. How
you think you might have took the out to break Cleve Tanner; and by clearly verse 25 declares the sacri-

wrong way? ., ." God:l, he'll be broken!:-if I live." ficial death of Christ to provide a Volume to Read

"You know Cleve Tanner has put covering of blood (the real meaningof Every man is a volume if you
Wesl.Texas .the Pecos-
: lonely
far
up up five thousand dollars for your arrest "propitiation") which will enablea know how to read him.Channing.GIVE .
One of Cleve Tanner's outfit bosseswas f ?" just God to forgive the sinner that

talking the Ranger stationedat / 6 ill 1 1e"y Bill Roper chuckled crazily. "All believes in Christ (v.- 22). Why not I

Mustang Point. right. I'll put up ten thousand for receive it in all its grace and power,,
"Such a damn' outbust of lawless- isn't to be not it THE AIR TOSNIFFLES
his arrest. There going trying to explain away or to
ness has cut" loose here as I never any arrest, and he knows that, too." evade its requirements? Why at-

seen before, he said. "I can't believe it," she kept say- tempt to provide some other means R R PENETROoNRDoff
The ranger here was Val McDon- "I'can't believeit of salvation
ing over and over. when we know that
ald. He had gone out nineteen timesin '' !hJ '' p even yet." "without the shedding of blood is \
battle sometimes Mexi-
against II "You can't believe what?" remission" of sin (Heb. 9:22)? Total of Past
cans, sometimes against the Coman- 3. Man receives salvation The present is the living sum-
'foAk.fy jHe "Oh, Billy, it's unbearable! That by
ches, and he had hunted white ren- ,
total of the whole past.-Carlyle.
egades galore. you-you've turned yourself into the grace through faith, apart from
festering point of all that struggle, works. Man can only be "justified
he said in his pulled his horse a few
"Awfully tough up
and hate, and lawless gunning-" freely by his grace" (v. 24). It is
yards from the kitchen gallery.
own sympatheticvay.. l
He had to grin at that, unhappyas for "them that believe" (v. 22), it is
The
foreman of the outfit that
was
wild bunch. Inevitably he knew that he was. "Didn't realize I was "through faith" (vv. 25, 26) and,, Goon
busted fit to be tied. "I
tell up we're was stolen Jody was at the headquarters of the festering," he said. note with care, "man is justified by STORES 0RUG
being blind
you,
old Two-Circle not far from Uvalde. faith apart from the works of thelaw"
he raved. "Not just a calf here "You had everything, she said, LARGE ,
and there either-they take 'em in Roper knew that she was there. "and you threw it away ." (v. 28). Thus God establishesthe SOTT1S p t
., .
law ( 31) and becomes the .
swoops and bunches. It's the bold- Yet the fall dragged on, and No- He had only heard her say that v. yet stso 'sz4,. t
est thing I've ever seen. Even when vember passed into December before once before; but, in memory, he righteous justifier of.a repentant be- I 1 1r'

there's no chance of getting clear he went to see her. had heard it so often since that her lieving ,sinner.
He had told himself that there of familiar II. What Happens When a Man Is ,
with any cattle, they're. game to was words had the ring a l ssedR I
Justified? (Rom. 5:1 2).
in his going to Jody Gor- ,
stampede a cut herd that it's took no use see song.
weeks to round up, and scatter it don; but in the end, of course, he "I'm sorry that we can't. ever These verses sound like the uplift- I

from hell to-" went. see things the same," Bill said. "I ing music of a mighty organ with i j s

"This is one of Ben Thorpe's out- He rode up to the Two-Circle ranch started out to get Cleve Tanner, and the celestial choirs joining in to sing.

fits? No?" house in late afternoon of a cold I'll get him. After Tanner, Walk 'Therefore being justified by faith, Source of Revenue

"Does that mean" December day. The sky was low Lasham; and after Walk Lasham, vve have" What? Oh many pre- Economy is in itself a source of

"Well? How many times has Cleve and heavy, and the bitter norther Ben Thorpe. But when it comes to cious possessions, three of' whichare great revenue.Seneca..

Tanner passed out the word, 'The had brought 'a scud of hard snow along saying I had everything before I here mentioned.

Rangers be damned.He.s put more way to throw it sharply in his started in, I guess maybe that, isn't'so. 1. "Peace With God." -

obstructions in the way of things face. ." "Through our Lord Jesus Christ"the 'STOf ACH SUFFERERS !

we was trying to do than any other He pulled up his horse a few yards Jody said hotly, "There wasn'tone barrier of sin with all its malicious ,-

one man. Who was it had the legis- from the kitchen gallery, then sat thing in all the world you didn't : enmity has been broken down Don't Jlayr's despair Wonderful"MATE'S Stomach,"formerly Remedy"known beneficially as I

lature cut down our pay until we there looking at the house, his sheep- have-or couldn't have hadbeforeyou and the believer is at peace with used by thousands for of over ki years,constipation tends to I
, practically ride for nothing, and fur- skin hunched about his ''throat. chose this crazy way!" God. What could be more wonderful alleviate with gas the In discoroioits the i intestines temporary." thorough

nish all our own stuff?" Even now, having come this far, he "I didn't have you," he told her. I ; than thus to be really "in tune ly eliminate flushes and poisonous lubricates ivasto the products.Intestines One helps dose to

"The question here is whether almost made' up his mind to go "If I had had you, I guess I would with the Infinite"? That is something helps or to send convince SU5 to that Ber life.sol li Products worth living.,Rockaway Druggist -

we're going to have any law, or are away. have you yet., Things don't shift by the way, which can' onlyoe 558419 Beach.years Now for York.\ndigtttum Mfr of and RIPANS laxaM TABULES I
we going to have-" Then Jody Gordon stepped out on and change so easy as that-not in true of the believer, one who has

"From what I heard" McDonaldsaid the gallery in.a whippy woolen dress the part of the world I know." both peace with God and the peaceof 31-41

"Cleve Tanner has left it be and stood estimating the uninvited He was pulling on his gloves now, God flooding his soul. Every sin- WNU-7 ''I

known that he's the biggest end of horseman through the dusk.A buttoning his sheepskin coat. In ner who covets that experience maj r

the law himself. Go, talk to, Cleve split pole fence separated them; what was left of the light, the have it-now-by faith in Christ. Merry Feast j
Tanner; if you want law." and after a moment she came shadows lay heavy upon' his face. As He that is of a merry heart hatha
2. in Grace.
"My understanding is," the fore- 'I across the few yards of space, .tie stood there, he could have been Standing continual feast. I
man argued, "that the Rangers are leaning sideways against the bitter Dusty King himself-the, man who "To stand in grace is to occupy
supposed to-" wind, and stood gripping a bar of had broken a hundred long and the position wherein love is able to

"I'll move out and straighten up the fence as she peered up into his weary trails; except that'Dusty King carry out its desires. To stand in e
your little old range," McDonaldsaid. face had perhaps never looked so old. grace is to come into such relation- e

"I'll be glad to. Just as soon "I knew it was you," she said. Her voice came to him as if froma : ship with the Lord that He may do>

as I get orders from headquarters.I'm "Child," said Bill Roper, "you get distance. "And when you're that thing that is in His heart, the

waiting for them right orders back in that house. You'll freeze!" through," she said-"what are you thing which His love prompts. To Warn of Disordered
stand in favor is to be unafraid. It is May .
now! "Then you put up your. horse and going to have left? Kidney Action .
But the weeks rolled and head- to be able to pass into the presenceof .
by, come in. "Far as I know, Bill Roper said, Modem life with its hurry and It
quarters was curiously _still "Is your father here?" "I'm not going to have anything One of whom we are unafraid and Irregular habits, improper eatln WOrryJ
know that there will be welcome." drinking-its risk of exposure and inlcction -
little
"He's in San Antonio. left.[ God knows I've got very strain on the work
End of summer; a welcome end- "I don't think he'd want me here, left now." He was glad she didn'tknow (G; Campbell Morgan). of the-throws kidneys.heavy They are apt to becomeovertaxed

Cleve Tanner himself, the Cleve Jody." how his resources had dwin- 3. Rejoicing in Hope. and other impurities and fail to from filter the excess WeEivinZblood. acid _

Tanner who represented Ben Thorpein "Lew Gordon has never turned dled, how close to the end he really The world is sorrowful for it has ;

the south, master of breeding away any rider without a cup of stood. lost hope, but the believer rejoices"in headache You may dizziness suffer,nagging getting! up backache nights;
grounds, the man who controlled the coffee; not yet." Her voice rose sharply. "Can't hope of the glory of God" (v. leg pains, elling-fecl constantlytired _

roots of all Ben Thorpe's plains or- He gave in then, and stepped you see there's no hope in this 2). The Christian has the forward of kidney,nervous or bladder,nil worn disorder out.Other are some signs ,',:;.,.,':
ganization, was talking to the Unit- down. He tied his horse to the fence, ghastly thing? Thorpe's grip is unbreakable look. His future is as.bright as the times burning, scanty, or too frequent :

ed States Marshal at San Antonio. and followed her into the house. ." She came close to him, promises of God. He knows that he urination.Doan' Pill. Doan't help: the l- .',:
"There hasn't been such a wave of The fire in the big wood range and her words came through her will one day see the glory of God kidneys Try to pass off harmful excess body
outlawry 'since the horse Indianswas made the room a dazing contrast to teeth. "It's your very life you're revealed in all His holiness, power, waste. They have had more Are than recommended half a-'
put down. Damnation, man! the cold sweep of the prairie; he throwing away!" love and grace. Even now the be- century of by public grateful approval.users everywhere.

It's set us' back ten years I threw his coat open, but dfd not takeit Perhaps he misunderstood hex liever has that hope in his heart, A k your rwighborlr

know what your policy has been. off. then; for he grinned. "Maybe," he and lives a ''rejoicing life (or shoulddo

Your idea is to let us fight it wit for "Of course," Jody said, "we keep said, "that would be the least I so!). It's a great thing to be t
ourselves, against Mexico, against hearing about you." could lose; the very least of all .'' saved! r
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New AuditoriumContinued GLADES-HENDRY BOY and troops in recognition of their brary; facilities for washing-, in- I for first-aid materials and rest for
having achieved high standard in
cluding water soap and towels pupils who
I are ill at
school
( from page 1) the movement. II a pro-
list will be published in September. to
gram foster
Budget for this year, $100.00; school-community
BUDGET WILL
fug room. I SCOUT Next year's budget, $100.00.TRANSPORTATION I Details of school needs were sent understanding of mutual problemsmay

Between the reception lobby and (to each county board member in ( be handled by a parentteacher

the main auditorium is a short I REMAIN A T $225.00 A total 'of 20,058 miles has been June, based on school analysis reports association), faculty participation -

passageway on either side of which I I travelled by the executive and his made,last fall by teachers and In planning an improved school

are the" tiled rest rooms. I -- assistant from January 28th to adequate toilet facilities, provision program.tn .
The auditorium is forty-nine feet I (Hendry County News) ,July 27th. I

wide and more than eighty feet Boy Scout district finance com- OPERATIONS
mittee leaders of Sunniland Council \
long with ceiling finished in I .
acoustical tile and walls of panelled Monday night set the,, tentative Executives' salaries for this
the budget $1367.50 higher next year year, $3,855.80; Next year, $4,500.00. .-
cypress the same as in all of '
than this, though the GladesHendry .
other rooms. The floor of the
stage is elevated some three feet district: quota of $225 remainsthe I Office secretary's salary for this

above the floor of the auditorium.It same, according to R. N. lI1ller.who' year, $600.00; Next year, $780.00.Executives' I
Is chairman of the Glades- ,
retirement fund for
is flanked by wide passageways
leading to large dressing rooms be- Hendry finance committee and who this year, $156.90; Next year
attended the meeting which; was
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hind, the stage. $250.00. _
held at_ the courthouse in Arcadia.
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Floors are of maple and now Office rent, electricity, telephone,
The money is used for scout activities L 'A
completed except for sanding. Win- etc., for this year $200.00; Next I.;
salaries overhead
and ex
dows are wide and high with steel year $200.00.

sash and are plentiful enough to penses. Stationery, mimeograph suppliesand
Divided into troops this means office for this
provide a maximum of ventilation other supplies
that Clewiston will raise $100, La-
at all times. Beautiful indirect year $250.00; Next ;year $300.00.
lighting fixtures are being installed.The Belle and Felda combined $75 and Postage for this year, $150.00; /
the Moore Haven $50 in the finance Next
be
new auditorium will year, $200.00.
finest and probably the .largest ,drive October 21-27 inclusive.- District expense for this year,

such building in, the entire Ever- State Senator Dewey A. Dye of $300.00; 'Next year, $300.00.
need Manatee County was elected gen- AND OTHER
glades and will fill a great CAPITAL
eral chairman of the drive. Money :
here for a place in which a large EXPENSES
is expected to be collected through
crowd can be accommodated for I Office equipment. A new mimeo-

dancing and entertainment pro-, popular subscriptions. graph is needed badly. A vast jJ
Circuit Judge W. T: Harrison of pt F
grami. quantity of 'work is gotten out and III_
Sarasota presided. Counties mak-
]I the present antiquated machine
New Laws- ing up the Sunniland district are wastes valuable time. AIR al a
Glades Char '
Hendry Manatee,
for this $100.00
Budget year ;
I I lotte Hardee, Lee, and Collier Next year's budget, $150.00. CONDITIONEDomfJI

(Continued from page 1) I Chairman .Miller was the only rep- National quota and charter fee

of the law or these clubs to discourage -I, resentative of Glades-Hendry pres- for this year $125.00; Next year, :;' '
outdoor advertising, but ent at the meeting. Prior to the $125.00. :

to encourage a more attractive, business session the group enjoyed Expense of finance campaign for '\..

well-kept type of advertising ..structure dinner at a cafe in Arcadia. this year, _$150.00; Next year
Service -
it f is believed this j will beoP Copy of the tentative budget as $150.00, ,?_,-".- Dependable -
benefit to the advertiser submitted by Mr, Miller follows I ..
more for ,
;..-- Miscellaneous this year $50.-, Low Fares
CAMPING ,
and will be more attractive to the f
00 Next $50.00.
; year
tourist and. other travelers. It, jyill 134 different boys spent a totalof Total for this year $7,937.70.Total .,

eliminate thousands of" flimsy, 143 boy-weeks in this summer'scamp for next year $9,305.00. Travel via Florida,Motor Lines MAIN LINE ,to all Florida

poorly maintained and located at Bear Point. and,the North.
obstruct'the Budget for this year, 300.00; i
small signs that now j 1 I
natural beauty of all Florida road- Next ;year's budget, $500.00. ]I Limited RecognitionContinued Northbound
CUBBING & SENIOR PROGRAM: I Lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55 AM 1:25 PM
sides. Ar. TAMPA . 10:10 AM 6:55 PM Costs
We have 123 Cubs and 32 Less than Driving
I sure the civic organizationsof now Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM
am department Sea Scouts. We should double ( from page 1) Ar. ORLANDO . .' 10:50 AM 7:45 PM One Round
the state and the state road next principals.The Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 11:45 PM :, Way Trip
these membership figures year.
will appreciate the cooperation items in which Ar.TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM
Budget. for this $200.00; principal . MIAMI $ 1.65 $ 300
of everyone in the en- year some Hendry County schools fail- Ar. LAKE CITY 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE : 4:70: 8:50:

forcement of the act to make the Next year's budget, $100.00.ACTIVITIES ed to meet state standards include Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
: and atI I Ar.JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15: .AM LAKELAND '. 2.35 4.25
highways more safe more library reference books, class room ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
tractive. Every person interested I 140 Scouts took part in the furnishings arid window shades DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE TALLA- TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25

in outdoor_ advertising could avoid Spring Swimming meets. At least finish of classroom, walls and HASSEE AND lAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND liNES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
300 will participate in the Fall': fOR AU POINTS NORTH AND, WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
confusion and possible expense or
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drainage. MACON 7.25 13.05
penalties if they will write to Camporees. First aid meets are A statewide summary shows that : Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45Lv.

i liam L. Hill, director, Wil-I planned for January. white CANAL POINT i 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
' at least one-fourth of the
Budget for this $200.00; I Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
outdoor advertising, State Road year
I school centers in Florida fail to CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
Department Tallahassee and ask Next year's ,budget, $200.00.PUBLICITY meet essential state standards for ReturnIng NEW YORK 15.85 28.55Lv.
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of the outdoor adver- I MIAMI 1000 AM 2:00 AM
for a copy the following: preparation for fire Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
tising act. Through the medium of our emergency, library reading and

Every citizen of Florida shouldbe new movie camera and projector, reference books, county or district DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE

interested in making our road- we will be able to bring our storyto appropriation for the school 11- PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
sides the most beautiful in the many hundreds who never be-

United States., .. fore knew just what Scouting

meant. We should take more pic- .=N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N H-'.N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N:N N:.
'NAVY JOINS THE ARMY tures of local Scouts and their '
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IX TRAINING- FIGHTERS 1 I activities.Budget for this' year $100.00; .:;.: 1""-i'!}- 1r t 1ooe i! :.;;:. C : i i '

Jacksonville July 31-(FNS) Next year's budget $100.00. :
::1: THERE ARE NO SHOOTING ::1:
The Navy joined the Army last I LEADERSHIP TRAININGTwo .1.
| STARS
week in training aerial fighters in training courses, with a ; .1. l I II
I The and X;
Ij 'shooting' 'falling
Florda for Britain's RAF bringing total of 25 men enrolled, have already ;> ,
** stars' are not stars at all, but .1.
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British cadets now receivingsuch for all leaders are to be given in + ; ...cI -
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+! rock or iron flying about in .|.
160 British airmen reported to Budget for this year, $300.00; **
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naval training stations here and at (Continued from page 1)
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! Pensacola last week and will re- Next year's budget; $300.00. j' j ORIDAMOTORIINES"Sugar
. ceive instructions from American BADGES AND AWARDS :X?: edge"-Geo. W. Stimpson. X::

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