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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 15, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Y. VOLUME 15-NUMBER SQ CI.fV1.STO, l<'LUiulJ.*, IvKlDAY, AUGUST 15, 1041 tjllSCHll"l'10 -$2.00 PER EAR
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Henderson Puts CeilingOn I Pirkle Succeed Is Hired Henriksen To Construction Well Begun




Price of Raw Sugar I Charles Pirkle of West Palm JOn Air School BuildingsWright .


0 I Beach will arrive in Clewiston tomorrow I 0 -
to take over the. positionof
Designed To Fix Price' New Rules AdoptedFor building superintendent for the Opens NevAppliance One Small Barracks Is


To Consumer At Little Tennis CourtsA United ,States Sugar Corporation,. Store Ready for Roof And

succeeding the late Fred Henriksen.

Less Than 6 Cents Mr. Pirkle is well known in Others Underway

set of rules has been drawnup Clewiston having acted as construction Maldon Wright of South Bay has.
leased the old post-office building,
for use of the municipal tennis
Federal Price Administrator Leon j superintendent for Chalker and converted last year into a store I !Rapid progress is being made by
courts north of the; Inn which are
Henderson, on Tuesday of this j I designed to provide the maximum Lund of Palm Beach on "the sugar building, and is opening a new the C. F. Wheeler Company in the

week set a price ceiling on raw enjoyment for as many players .as' office building and the commissary appliance store there today.Mr. construction of the RiddleMcKayAero
of 3.5 cents a pound designed College eight miles west of
sugar possible. The courts have proved warehouse. Wright has acquired the
to peg the price of refined sugarto dealership for General Electric Clewiston and by the end of this
very. popular this summer. A copy appliances
consumers at a little less than of the rules follows: I and Philco radios in this week construction will have startedon

six cents a pound. The raw sugar section. Some electrical equipmentis almost all buildings with at least
1 1. After four-thirty weekdays ,
price ceiling .is three-tenths of a on TELEPHONE COMPANY now on hand but radios will one barracks nearing completion.The .
after o'clock
and one. on Sat-
cent under the prevailing market urdays and Sundays school chil- form the greater part of his opening air base buildings are all
price on the day it was set. being constructed in the
display. He' will also act as squarely
dren must yield all of the courts If EXTENDING' LINES TO
The order went into effect yesterday there are adults who' wish to play. agent for all types of airconditioning center of the four-square mile tracton

and applies to all existing equipment.A which the field is located a mile
2. School children may be invited -
contracts with differential east and a mile south of the
some RIDDLE-MCKAY BASEL. display of furniture also pres-
to play by adults if there are ,may
made for ent entrance on the highway. The
being transportationcosts.
no other adults waiting to play. be made in the near future, Mr.
Wright states but spoil bank of the two drainage
for the presenthe
3. Players may play only one -canals has been
The action came as a great sur- set and completion of that set A. Wolff, local manager of will only take orders in Clew-, pulled down to
upon
prise to sugar dealers and to 'rep- must yield the court if there are the Inter-County Telephone and iston, leaving his stock in South provide a roadway into the build-

resentatives, of the sugar industryin others to Sets Telegraph Company stated this Bay. He also has a first-class radio ing area and a new bridge across
waiting play. are
, Washington.. .While they expected limited to fourteen week that the company was plan- repair man to do his work and a the highway canal will provide a
games.
: further steps. to be taken to halt : at little later new entrance directly north of the
4. Matches have preference over ning to start work once on the plans to have a repair .
' buildings.The
the price rise of sugar it was expected informal construction of a ,line to service the department in the Clewiston store.
any playing or practice. '
; to come through the Department Riddle-McKay Aero College and the construction lay-out is in the

of Agriculture. Congressional rep- I necessary changes In the present shape of a huge diamond with the

resentatives from sugar producingareas I telephone set-up which would be ends of the diamond pointing north

said the action would not SONG FESTIVAL TO necessitated by this service. I AMERICAN LEGION and south and the center directly

have I over the drainage ditch which
been necessary had it not been The new line to the air-field will now

that the Department of Agriculture BE HELD SATURDAYIN tap the present line at the junctionof SEES MOVIE TAKEN divides the tract in two parts. This

seriously curtailed production early the old Moore Haven road and ditch will be filled in within a
short time. In the south end of
thin year.It ,
Road 25 four miles west of Clewis-
" is expected that there will be TOWNSITE VILLAGEThe ton and an estimated five and a AT RECENT CAMPThe the diamond are located all of the
.
' present buildings with the
considerable. objection to the price half miles of line will be built. excep-

pegging from sugar producers and There will be five circuits on this tion of the administration building.

Cuban producers started it off by I Townsite recreation center : line to handle the fifty telephones American Legion followingtheir the Future buildings are planned for
north end.
The big steel han-
filing' mild complaints the day after here will be the site of the second which will installed at once at the dinner meeting Tuesday nightat to be built
gar at once will be off
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the action. Most of these. producers I.annual mid-summer song festival field. I the Inn, adjourned to meet with the southwest
I end of the diamondand
have little fault to find with which will start 'at ten o'clock tomorrow The present switchboard,, now in I the Boy Scouts at the Community the future hangar will be off

the fixed price except that they (Saturday) morning and use in Clewiston, will be moved to Center where they were entertained -' the southwest
find it too low in view of the increasing I I : by Scoutmaster Charles Benson point.
continue until the
fopr' o'clock in the field and a new two-position
costs of manufacturing afternoon. switchboard will be installed in its with two 'reels of technicolor films Barracks are being rushed to
I' completion first and of the
+ materials and labor. I Plantation workers of the united place so that two operators will be which he took in June at the scout. smaller barracks one

Henderson l lays the blame for: I States Sugar Corporation, from on duty from eight ,o'clock in" the camp at Lake Placid. is now ready for
the roof.
This building should be
,, 'he/7 adyanciJZ j '.p lce, :'J;of,." suar3n. both Eastern and,V r.:tern 'divisionswill j morning until. eighty, o'clock, at In appreciation of his'. outstanding -
practically<<
: completedin a coupleof
view of plentifu'f the ? _
to
supplies,'
night except through the noon "
I compete for cash. ,, ,prizes and work as'a... ,Scout committee- weeks. Onett'the- larger bar-
speculators whop he says "have been, hour. The switchboard is to
new
medals in chorus and quartet sing I
man the. scouts presented W. C. racks has the con'crete block walls
endeavoring all through the year be delivered in October.
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ing and. ample accommodations
are I, I I Owen with a Norman Rockwell up and foundations are in and walls
to at the of
reap a.profit expense being made for their white friends The Western Union will use the
statuette 'and another was given to started on the other two barracks.
consumers throughout with the countryby who may wish to attend the pro- I telephone lines for the installation I I Scoutmaster Benson for his work. Foundations for the recreation hall
frightening scare reportsof Prizes will also be for of machine at the air
kind another" gram. given : a simplex Jack Martinez and Lester Jacobs were poured Wednesday and work
one or the best decorated float and private I field. The base will furnish its own were given prizes for special serv- on the mess hall is progressing' rap-

All trading In sugar futures was I automobile, free' refreshments will operator for both the telephone ices on a recent scout benefit. 'idly. Foundations for the other

suspended on the New York mar- be served and a gala occasion is I switchboard and the simplex ma- buildings will probably be in by
This is the beginning a new ;
ket Wednesday by special requestof year
expected.In chine.
the latter part of this week.
Henderson. I for the Clewiston troop and it was

Officials of the United States the afternoon special arrange- announced that F. E. Conkling and The two main barracks are each

Sugar Corporation here declined to ments have been : made for, the Alterations Underway R., M. Bishop had been added to 280 feet in length and 26 feet in

broadcast of a portion of the pro- the scout committee width and are spaced widely apart
present composed
discuss the price ceiling and its
possible effect on operations of gram over Station WQAM of Miami I In North Wing of Inn of W. C. Owen, A. W. Law with the north ends at about the

and WJNO of West Palm center of the diamond-shaped tract.
the rence and J. E. Beardsley. An-
company. Beach. This portion will includea I nouncement' was also made that Immediately back of these and
concert by the United States Work has been started by the
'
I M. M. Prewitt and Jimmy Wilson :spaced closer together are the two
Engineer Hearing At Sugar Corporation Band. Edelblut Company of Fort Myers II had agreed to act as assistant I smaller barracks each 180 feet in

I This is the second, of these song on a program of alterations in the scoutmasters. Oliver Martinez was !length and 26 feet in width. The

Belle Glade WednesdayCol. festivals to be held the' first hav- north wing of the Clewiston Inn I appointed a. junior assistant scoutmaster I larger barracks are said to contain
'
I ing been in Azucar Village last which will convert all rooms now and Sherwood Hall a senior I 18 rooms, twelve feet by 25 feet

summer. Plans are to alternate with connecting baths into rooms I: patrol leader. and the smaller barracks have ten
W. C. Watkins, district en- each with bath. Fourteen !
between the Eastern and Western a private rooms of the same size. Each room
gineer of Jacksonville, conducted t j Divisions each year. Those who attended baths will be' added under the The scout troop is sponsored bye i accommodates four cadets.
a hearing Wednesday afternoon at :j the American Legion and during the
i! the program last year are program. I The barracks as all other build-
the Belle Glade city hall for the past two years have made splendid
forward with The hotel management has found
looking great anti- .ings, are of concrete block construc-
purpose of taking evidence on the cipation to the program tomorrow. that by far the 'larger demand is progress jn their work. tion on reinforced concrete wall

advisability of any change in the Admission is free and everyone for rooms with private bath, particularly foundations. The roof will be of
Okeechobee ,project at this time to is to attend.Okeechobee 1 with the class of people
urged j Four Lots Are Sold heavy slate over felt. White stucco
protect growers on Torrey, Kraemer -
stopping at the Inn and this effort will cover the exterior of the build-

and Ritta Islands. / is being made to provide as many I By Beardsley OfficeJ. Ings and the interior finish will be
R. Y. Creech and Roscoe Brad- Dairyman as' -
rooms of this type possible. plaster.
dock were the main speakers in I
behalf of the island farmers and Gored to Death By Bull In the west side of the plot is located -

the solution suggested by them was 1 MISSIONARY TOPIC ATV.. I.S. E. Beardsley announces the the mess hall, largest of the
sale this week of two lots on the
MEETING TUESDAY AFTERNOON buildings. General construction
that the government either buy the ;
islands to protect their investments J I Joseph W. Walston, 61, Okee- highway to Hendry County Motors. details are the same as the barracKsand
chobee died -The lots, 9 and 10 in block 161 the size is '130 130
or construct levees to protect the I dairyman, in a Fort The Woman's Missionary Societyof feet by
.
lands. Pierce Hospital Tuesday afternoona the First Baptist Church met at adjoin the present property of the feet.

Col. Weeks was assisted by Gor- I few minutes after being brought the church Tuesday afternoon, for company on the west giving an 'additional In the east side will be'located

there from his Home where he had its and business meetingfor fifty feet of highway front- is
don S. Mobley and! O. G. Rawls, program the class-room building which
both from the district engineer been gored by an angry bull. His August. age for future expansion.Mr. twenty-five by 130 feet and directly -

office. wife managed to drive the bull Mrs. Arch Hodges presided and and Mrs. H. G. Atchley east of this will be the infirmary -

away with a stick while hired men Mrs. E. .E. Kelly co-chairman of have purchased lots 9 and 10 in I approximately the same size.

WRECKING COMPANY pulled him from the pen. the Margaret Circle was in chargeof block 371 on Ventura where they South of the barracks and directly -

PUTS UP BUILDINGThe Walston was a native of Columbia the program. Mrs. L. C. Miller will locate ,one five-room and one in the center, east and west,

County but had lived for many led the devotional. six-room house* which they have will be the spacious recreation hall

Clewiston Wrecking Com-I years in Okeechobee. His two sons, The missionary topic for the pro- purchased in LaBelle and'wl1l move built in a U-shape and 69 feet x
is constructing a small frame Ellis and Elbert, are here for rental purposes. One of On
pany residents of gram was "An urgent gospel demands 89 feet overall dimensions.
I the houses will be occupied by
building with concrete floor on Clewiston. trained heralds." Those south of this. building in the extreme -

their property in the south side of In addition to_ his wife and two I taking part in the program were Fred L. Dunaway of Felda, fire south end of the plot will

town. The building will be for the sons he is survived by three dau- Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs. J. V. warden for this county. Approxi- be the flight operations building,

storage of small parts and will cost ghters, Mrs Elouise Evans of Lor- Turner Mrs. Joe Elder Mrs. H. C. mately $3500 will be expended In 36 feet by 22 feet.

about $1500.CITRUS raine, Ohio, Mrs. Leona Albrittonof Meador, Mrs. W. T. Wheeless.The fixing up these houses. The big steel hangar, not yet

Bowling Green and Mrs. Rozelle business meeting followed, started, will be large enough to
GROWERS TO Hargraves of Okeechobee. and reports were given by officers TOES BROKEN house twenty-eight planes.
MEET ON AUGUST 14.
and committee chairmen. Those Recreational facilities for the*

BEARDSLEY GETS BID FOR attending, in addition to the above, O. A. Clarke, popular local 'manager cadets are not overlooked and im
'.. Lakeland, Aug. 14-(FNS) -
ATHLETIC FRATERNITYDan were Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs. A. R. for the Tamiami Trail Tours, the area between the) two large,
:'z.The reorganization meeting of the
.K Broadfoot Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs.I. suffered three broken toes on his I barracks will be located tennis:

-.:.-.Cornmittee Beardsley .:was notified today S. Bell, Mrs. R. N. Childress, left foot Wednesday while unload- courts, a basket ball court and:
which assists in handing that as the result of his out- Mrs. O. A. Clark, Mrs. E. M. Cor- ing a bar of cold roll steel at the volley ball courts and between the,

the Federal Marketing Agreement tanding scholastic record during his nette, Mrs. F. E. Chalker, Mrs. G. sugar house. The heavy bar was two smaller barracks; ) will! $e the
for Florida will be :
held
f2': on August freshman year at the University of Alex McGowan, Mrs. W. F. Nail, greased to prevent rust damageand swimming pool, 31 feef by 6 T.Z2T
14 according to
an announcement Florida, he was eligible for initla- Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. Clayton slipped from his hands as he! Completing the layout are two artificial -
t made
Frank Seymore.Monday by Manager:' tio/ into Phi Eta Sigma, honorary Waters, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff and was assisting in unloading it from lakes 150 feet square at

fraternity. Mrs. V. C. Woodward. the truck. (Continued on Page: 8)t





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I Arsenal of Democracy I Gems of ThoughtA



MAN without mirth is like

r o Of course the entire nation is serving as the "arsenal of democracy" a wagon without springs, inwhich

Y.E in the current struggle against the totalitarian powers. But the activities GEicRE& one is caused disagree-

R F EN of the federal arsenal at Watervliet, N. Y., are typical of those going ably to jolt by every pebbleover

on in plants.throughout the land. This series of photos takes you to the which it runs. Henry
Ward Beecher.
arsenal. By VIRGINIA VALE

Washington, D. C. --- .__. _- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Th.e first and best victory is
to conquer self; to be conqueredby
FOOD FOR BRITAINIn Passage"
the headlines, lend-lease aid to THE"Bahama self is, of all things, the
forget that
most shameful and vile.-Plato.
Britain is chiefly a story of planes,
tanks, ships, guMS and munitions.But I picture. They,journeyed to Nas. Absence occupation is not rest,
and work in the middle A mind is a'mind dis-
these dramatic war supplies are sau began quite meant:

only one part of the picture.An of May at Salt Cay, a desolate iress'd. -Cowper.

equally vital, though little island nearby. After that The wicked are always sur-
known, phase of this gigantic pro- r. prised to find ability in the
gram is food. r hey; worked on other islands, in good.Vauvenargues.Speak .
,
Today, practically every ship RH aA : Sa caves and finally some of them clearly if you speak at

leaving U. S. shores for embattled worked under water. Edward all.-Holmes.

England carries stocks of food as Griffith, producer and director,

part of its cargo. Also significantis hied himself to a submerged wreck ,
fact that this steady flow of
the and bell
went down in a diving toofficiate
food shipments differs markedlyfrom
while scenes were made of
those of World war days. Madeleine Carroll and Stirling.Hay-

Then the foodstuffs were in bulk : : f r den (we're assured that they didn'tuse YOU BUYINOCULATION
form-boatloads of grain and fresh
2 { doubles I) diving down 18 feetto
meats. But now, with British and
the ocean floor.
Allied shipping suffering terrible destruction -i
Shooting the under-water scenes''was
there aren't enough bot-
no small task; it took more thana
toms to transport both bulky arma-
.or f't day to the Techni-
set heavy
up
and bulky food across the ON FAITHField
ments a ,.., color camera inside the diving bell.Fourteenyearold .
hazardous Atlantic. z
Since the for bulky. tr__ _* 'V R" "........'I E-- tests have shown a biff differenceIn
cargo space Stanley Clem- the quality of Inoculator brands on the
armaments cannot be reduced and market. You cannot see the legume bac-
At the left a worker finisJirturning a major caliber gun. Another ents has already retired twice. A3i' teria you purchase. Immediate demon-

with coming the acute British, food food is being situation shippedin be- big barrel hangs from the crane over his head. Right: This man:is inside Major Bowes discovery tation stration and is impossible.experience behind What is the the inoculation repu-

concentrated and dehydratedform. a major caliber gun hoop, measuring the bore before the hoop is engagement, he landedan witha .NITRAGIN you buy Is the ORIGINAL LEGUME -

Thus" it is carried in the shrunk on to the gun barrel. INOCULATOR, havlnr served
theater managerin the farmers for over forty years. It
same ships with arms, and muni- WA': .. .. Chicago home- won a GOLD MEDAL at the World's
n."" ;
tions, taking up relatively little Fair, St. Louis, 19Oi.
sickness ended it, ..NITRAGIN Is made In the most complete
space. and he went hometo and modern laboratory of Its
The extent of these shipments and .4 kind La the world.
what they meant to the American 3i' New York. A few .NITRAGIN is the leader In Its field
.f. days later he returned by a big mart In. NITRAGIN demand
farmer is shown graphically by the in the South has rapidly increasedyear
to Chicagoand after year. During the fall of
following list of lend-lease food pur- a strep infec- 1940 the Southern shipments of
chases in a recent seven-week NITRAGIN were for more than 45
very
tion sent him home million pounds of VETCH and WIN-
period:. TER FEAS. This large demand Im
once more. Then he due to many field tests carried
E onyear
American cheese
20,483,175
landed in the mov- after year. We prove by these test
pounds; corn starch, 35,820,000 J Stanley that NITRAGIN Is a good product.
ies-in "Tall Dark
pounds frozen eggs, 36,648,630; Clements Send for our booklet "Plant Legumes to
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and Handsome," Prosper." showing pictures of field tests
pounds; dried eggs, 4,458,650 "Accent and how NITRAGIN made. The booklet
on Love" and now in Met-
also gives you valuable Information
pounds; canned fish, 1,083,052 cases; ro's "Down in San Diego." He's regarding Inoculation, of legumes.

dehydrated soup, 4,400,000 pounds; won his success in "toughie" roles If your dealer does not have NITRAGINIn
beans 9,070,000 pounds dried stock have him get it for you. Insiston
soy ;
but he still has to fight against NITRAGIN Inoculation.
beans, 40,770,000 pounds; corn homesickness! Accept no substitute

sugar, 5,696,000 pounds; enzymes, ;lc-
3,360 pounds; dried apricots, 9,986-
000 pounds honey With "The Reluctant Dragon" released -
; 3,557,300 pounds;
at last, Walt Disney has his
enriched flour
399,000 pounds; concentrated -
next full-length feature production
orange juice, 92,302 gal-
lons; vitamin A, 2,547,183 units, vitamin practically completed. It's "Dumboof THE NITRAGIN COMPANY, Inc.

Bl, 3,965 kilograms; peanut the Circus," and stars a baby 3750 No.Booth St. Milwaukee,Wis.
butter lard 28- elephant who becomes the world's
1,762,000 pounds; ,
greatest circus performer becausehe
662,720 pounds.
can fly. It, set a record-the en- SelfRewardedI
Note-Management of the lend- tire picture was wound up in a never have any pity for con-
lease food program is under the ceited people, because I think they
year and a half, instead of the usual
Surplus Marketing administration, two and (one-half to three years devoted carry their comfort about with,
aided by the U. S. public health to previous full-length Disney ,;them.-George 'Eliot.Without .

service, the British ministry of ..,--"Wov.a .,,<':7. _' ..-....__""*" ...-__ ","W... .. pictures.
health and the Anglo-American food '"-

purchasing committee. Through the breechlock seat of a major caliber gun you are looking Have you been listening to Guy

at a skilled worker using a flexible shaft grinding tool on another Lombardo's new Saturday evening WORL9'S LARGEST SEVER AT IOC
FREEZING CHINESE FUNDS
C rifle barrel of major caliber. program? He and
. There was one unwritten chapter his Royal Canadians -
in the story of American freezing of Coated with a have won no

funds of those two Oriental .
neighbors protective film,
end of popularity
Question
Japan and China.It '
these gun barrelsare contests, so prob- of
Questioning is not the mode
that the
was published fundsof parked in a ably you've had
conversation among gentlemen.-
friendly ,China were frozen as -
them list of
well as the funds of unfriendly storage yard at on your 3amuel Johnson.
broadcasts that
you
the arsenal. Guns
But
Japan. unpublished was the want to hear since
fact that China for four months had do not stay longin z !
this
they began series -
been asking the state departmentto storage now., J H. on August 2.

freeze its funds, but the state department Guy plans to intro- GOOD 11.
O1UO
had refused.China's duce at least one STORES ,

request was quite unusual, new number tAAGE .
weekGuy .vneomE
for most nations Lombardo
object strenuously ,
ly which he expects
to having their funds frozen. For to be "the hit of tomorrow." Stso

instance, Switzerland, hearing that I ----; ,
she would be included with Ger- 60 '
While Paramount's testing to find
many when Hitler's, funds were frozen '
argued ,for weeks. the right actress for the role of 1 l ssedReke,2
"Maria" in "For Whom the Bell
But in the
case of China, manyof
Tolls Ernest Hemingway, the author -
,
her funds are in the hands of big
cabled from Cuba that he'sfound
,
Chinese
merchants and bankers in
the perfect solution. She's a
Shanghai, who for business reasonsare When Labor Is Done
looks
Russian-Spanish 'girl who ex-
playing with the Japanese. And Many things difficult to design
I have been '. actly like the heroine.
they
_ draining Chinese prove easy to performance.-
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y currency from the country.So Johnson.
Roosevelt's special Chinese If Raymond Massey didn'tlook'somuch ,
like Abraham Lincoln he
emissary Lauchlin Currie
; was requested -
by Chiang Kai-shek to ask wouldn't have to wear a false nose. -V

Secretary of State Hull to freeze He wears it in the new DeMille Miserablewith'backache

Chinese funds. This would have ham- picture, "Reap the Wild Wind." He

strung the pro-Japanese' Chinese. plays a deep-dyed villain, but he ?

However, Secretary Hull refused. wears the same kind of clothes he's

Twice Chiang Kai-shek made the request i ir worn when he played Lincoln, and kidneys function badly and;

but both times it was refused.In t11 all of us have grown accustomed to WHEN suffer a nagging backache]

fact the. state department even vpnr Mai thinking of Lincoln when we see with dizziness, burning, scanty or too,
denied that such a request was f f aSFiat him in clothes like that. So-he's frequent urination and getting up at

made, presumably on the ground wearing a pointed extension on his night; when you feel tired nervous,)
that it came not through diplomatic nose,'to make him look properly sin all upset. use Doan's Pilis.a!(
Doan's especially for poorly'working
are
ister.
channels, but through Mr. Currie kidneys. Millions of boxes

who is only- a White House secre- --*- are used every year. They are recom-!

tary. The announcement that Frank mended the country over. Ask your]

Finally, however, when Japanese Capra and Robert Riskin, his writ- neighbor! -

funds were frozen, Chiang Kaishekgot ing partner, would handle the screen

his request fulfilled. But it took version of "Arsenic and Old Lace"

Japanese aggression in the South for Warner Bros. assured the pub. -

Pacific to do it. .- lic that the picture will be a good

one. The sum of $175,000 was paid
s s
BOOTLEG GASOLINEThe for the motion picture rights to this WNU-7 33-41

days of bootlegging from very successful and hilarious stage

Canada may be coming back again. WE :! success, in which Boris Karloff returned -

In this case, however, the bootleg- to the stage. VIGLAXCECOMMITTEE
ging will be '"
gasoline, not alcohol. ----r-- 1.
Canada has imposed a ban on sale "r' y< Remember Singin' Sam? You

of gasoline between 7 p. m. and 7 should, though he's one of radio's

a.,m. on weekdays, and all day Sun most unpublicized stars. He's beenon

day. But this restriction does not the air for 14 years, and his recorded ADVERTISING is a great vigilance
apply to Americans.Now i
programs are heard on more
comes the proposal of Oil stations than any other program in committee, established

Administrator Ickes to impose a America. In fact, it's estimatedthat and maintained in inter
similar ban your
on gasoline sales in
than Jack
he has more listeners
eastern states. Result would be I ---- 'o.Q that the men who
Benny-about 8,000,000 a day, the est, to see

buy that gasoline a motorist in would Buffalo be or unable Detroit to TAKE IT AWAY! fhis giant gun barrel is partly assembled. It is year round; his "Refreshment aspire to sell to you will
Time" is heard 227 s; tions
going for a little trip, swinging from overhead to over
but could cross the .river and buy it a powerful crane, be of trade
always worthy
daily. your
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A! NEWS The Questions 6. Who gave the long addressof a

the day at the. dedication of the ';i
H I 1. What American naval hero Gettysburg battlefield on November '

.I Cir .. became a rear admiral in the : 19, 1863?
u ..0 '.".. ______;_ :
THIS. Russian navy?
The Answers j
2. William H. McGuffey is re-
QJ 1 C 0.
membered for his work in what
1. John Paul Jones.
field?
WEEKBy 2. Education. ;1
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3. Approximately how many In- '
3. There are approximately <
dians live in United :
the States?
?N. .
350,000 Indians in the United :

I II ::Ra.Sev/>? h'p' 'ad ia, eJ r i .. wae4.vediEE" a ra.E I LEMUEL, F. PARTON I 4. The king of what' country States. :
learned a lesson in.persistence by 4. Scotland (Robert Bruce). ;.
(Consolidated Features-WNU: Service.) watching a spider spin a, web? 5. Performs sleight of hand ':;

- i, NEW YORK.-From time to time 5. What does a prestidigitatordo tricks. .

has been talk in Washington ? 6. Edward Everett. .;

of a new department of eco- :
nomic warfare. Such speculation J

has centered Wedding Ring Tile MINOR JSKIN, IRRITATIONS 5
;Maxwell Warming in the Office !

Up for Nazi Putof Export'Out' New Pieced Quilt MOOLUE :,

Con t r 0 1,
m S. America
: headed by

Brig. Gen. Russell L. Maxwell. Life's ConductSo

\ : S Machiavelli said the wise to conduct one's life as to :. ,
..fie mel kaJHke. icUtdii vmrCw31
w prince would deploy credit and realize oneself-this seems to me

' 1 .: FOR A REAL TASTE THRILL, COOK IT OUTSIDE I raw materials with care and l the highest attainment possible to '
'.y: : (See Recipes Below) cunning equal to that employedin a human being. It is the task of

military strategy. The open one and all of us, but most of us '..:b
1 / OUTDOOR SUPPERS
: bungle it.-Ibsen. '
and overt economic war hasn'tbeen
THIS WEEK'S MENU '
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declared, but when and
;; : ,: If you've a longing to do something ti
Maxwell will have
: it is General
To relieve
PICNIC GRILL
'a : different, an outdoor supper'sthe in the
much experience
gleaned COLDS
.;. h answer. Get Spare Ribs With barbecue Sauce Misery of
; utilization of both credit -
;,y, .:, the smell of Toasted Buns Baked Beans strategic a.
'
materials.
and
war
I Fresh Vegetable Salad LIQUID '
woodsy smoke into '
:: '.'. your food, the Garden Fruit Currently, a new committee is be- 666 TABLETS SALVE ;

'.\.' crackle of burning Sour Cream Cocoa Cake ing established to work with General NOSE DROPS
+i ::;,.?' embers forE Refrigerator Cookies Coffee Maxwell's "service unit" to cut COUGH DROPS

:':; ;,' : v atmosphere, the Recipe Given down red tape and deal South Amer- WEDDING RING TILE-the Try"Rub-My-Tlsm"-a Wonderful Liniment
' : ica needed goods to fend off Nazi
sound of sizzling very dame of this patchwork ,
:,' ,. / meat held over Here are two variations you may penetration. General Maxwell, it is quilt is intriguing. Thirty-two Thoughts Rule

!.' ; ; glowing flames during the supper wish to follow if you serve baked understood, will be responsible 'for pieces of varied prints and plain Great men are they who ,sea '

hour and you'll experience a taste- beans often: pegging the goods ,quickly to the colors make up its 18-inch blocks; that spiritual is stronger than any

thrill you'll long remember. Every- Maple Beans-Substitute %' cup South American first base, to scorea 30 blocks and a three-inch border material force, that thoughts rule .

:'. thing tastes better cooked outdoors! maple syrup or three tablespoons Nazi putout.He are required for 96 'by 114 size. the world.-Emerson. '

Toss some cans of beans into a maple' sugar for brown sugar and is a veteran of the ord- *

/ .,\, gay kerchief, wrap fruit, cookies, molasses. nance department of the army, As Z9363 15 cen-ts. you receive accurate '
,
cake into waxed paper, whip up Baked Beans with Sausage-Ar:- known as'a genial all-around co- cutting guide, yardages and directions. "MIDDlE.AGE'
Simple cross quilting is effective. For
.,: some barbecue sauce to use with range.parboiled beans and uncooked operator, but credited with a sagacious this pattern send your order ,to: '
', ?:.," the meat, and the ''meal is under sausage in alternate layers; substi- realization of just what 3s52
WOMEN
', way. tute 1 can tomato soup for molassesand this country can't spare. A native AUNT MARTHABox [[ yrs.oldj: ;;

part of water. of Illinois, now 51, solidly
Tomato Horseradish Mustard
166-W Kansas City, Mo. HEED THIS ADVICE !
t Marinade. Boiled Campfire Coffee. built, of deliberate and thoughtful y
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern ., Thousands of women
,!: -t',. For 3 pounds of spareribs or beef (1 quart) mien view, of the general and takes and a desired. Pattern No............... are helped to go smil
short ribs 4 heaping tablespoons coffee long war peace ,.x'. 'lngthrud1stresspecu1,1; +
-1'' i use: 4 insists that in outfitting every- Name ............................... iar to women-caused .:.'.
J :, 2 prepared horseradish cups boiling water by this period In life- \,
tablespoons 1 eggCombine body 'on our side we mustn't Address ............................. ; 2 with Lydia E. Pink- .;4ham's .
: mustard sauce 14 .
Vegetable Cornpoundfamous ;
'
I' {;:, % cup vinegar the coffee and egg in the lose track post-war exigen- k for' 'iJ,
'. :: pot and mix thoroughly. Pour in cies and that we must avoid over 60 years. Pinkham's Compound
: 4 teaspoon black
" pepper especially for women-has
" /' ,' 1 cup tomato juice water and bring slowly to a full wrecking foreign trade. Dust with cooling Mexican helped thousands to relieve such

.Yy.....: 1 teaspoon salt boil, stirring coffee down in a warm After his graduation from West 8 EAT Heat Powder. Dust in shoes. weak functional nervous disturbance.feelings due Try to itt this "I"Imade

;I:: 1 teaspoon sugar place for 3 to 5 minutes. User cup Point, General Maxwell became an Relieves and eases chafe, and ,

+4 .: 2 onions, chopped fine cold water to settle grounds. artillery lieutenant in 1912 and there- HEAT sunburn.Great for heat rash. I .,

7 / Combine'dry'and liquid materials Easy to make"- but easier to takeis after his' career had to do mostly Get Mexican Heat Powder., Three Chairs ;,

f"2 : well and beat thoroughly. Place this cocoa cake 'made with sour with ordnance. He I 'was assistantto I have three chairs in my :'.;'

.;t:,: meat in a shallow bowl or glass cream. Even if the executive secretary in the of- Our Knowledge house: One for solitude, two for '

%' dish and cover with the marinade. you want to serveit fice of the secretary of war in 1938, Much learning shows how litlle friendship and,three,for society.- I'

,'; >:J Turn every 3 or 4 hours and marinate with the richer ; later chief of the planning, equip- mortals know.-Young. Thoreau. "
;t:: ; in refrigerator for 48 hours. ice creams youwon't ment and supply division of the .
'7A' Drain feel too He became administrator of
meat well before barbecuing army. iir
.; j;':" and baste frequently while cookingover stuffed with it because C export control last year and on January ?

: coals. The marinade may be it is light 1 of this year was promoted to

:' thickened and served as a sauce' textured and the temporary rank of brigadier i TOLD you ;

i. over the meat. Your barbecuing will is feathery. If there to be had general. .. YOU'D FIND CAMELS zfr
be more successful if you marinate no sour cream sweet ..... YfAND CAMELS i

- the meat. It's especially good on with milk 2 can teaspoons be substituted of baking, but powder use it SEVERAL months ago, we talked MILDER. AND THERE'S Jf TASTE S0 GRAND- 4 ',
the less .
expensive cuts. instead of the soda. a perky little English woman, LESS NICOTINE IN j ,
If you'd like a meal-in-one with a 'Sour Cream Cocoa Cake. a veteran of the militant suffrage COOL AND FULLY

minimum of fuss but nourishmentplus days, who was indignant because ; THE SMOKE ; ', FLAVOR
(Makes 9-inch
try this potato layers) they would OF '
salad made % cup cocoa Ladybird Glad asnot let theBritish'AttaGirls' ::
:/ boiling water T3 .
with frankfurters. : cup British vol- ,
If % cup shortening .J
you're
accus- unteer air
. ;:'
Given Full Wings
2 .
' tomed to your old cups sugar women fly ',;
4 2. sifted cake flour "
and cherished cups
po- Spitfires and Hurricanes. We
v
tato salad recipe, Vz teaspoon salt thought she might go home and put kj u' -

I'm still sure that ;2 cup sour cream glue in the post boxes, or, some-

,.. you'll like this 1%teaspoon teaspoon vanilla soda thing like that, in protest. %*;y;:
one: "- She did go home and probably is
3 whites
Frankfurter Potato Salad. egg happy today to learn that the women -'
:: (Serves 6) Mix cocoa in boiling water and the "Atta-Girls," as they call '

3 medium sized potatoes, cooked, stir until smooth. Cool. Cream these ,ladybirds, can now fly the :
and
diced shortening sugar together until
above planes. There are about 45
;. 1 diced light, then add cocoa. Sift the dry
cup celery with
of the women pilots, hundredsof
2 tablespoons minced onion ingredients and add alternately with others crowding in for ground '
2 tablespoons minced cream to the first mixture. Beat until -
parsley service and training, flying fighting
3A teaspoon salt smooth after each addition. Add \ fJkj
planes from the factory to front line
vanilla then fold in
Vs teaspoon stiffly beaten
pepper defense air stations and performing :
% pound frankfurters, skinned and egg whites. Pour batter into pans innumerable other services.
sliced lined with wax paper, and bake in a
% cup salad dressing moderate oven (375 degrees) 30 min. Capt. Pauline Gowan is one of
French dressing utes. Put together with the foremost of this air trans- THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING ,CAMELS CONTAINS
Chocolate port auxiliary, as it is called.
Icing.
. Marinate the potatoes in the
She is a comely young woman in
french dressing. Combine all ingre- 2 cups confectioners' sugar her early thirties, one of the
., dients and mix with potatoes. Chill 3 tablespoons butter designers and most successful 28% LESS NICOTINEthan

s 1 hour and "serve with lettuce. 2 ounces to moisten melted chocolateMilk modelers of the snappy, powder-

Vanilla blue uniform of their unique flying -

f Cream butter and sugar, add melt- corps. The daughter of Sir the average of the 4 other
LYNN SAYS: ed chocolate, milk, and vanilla and Robert Gowan, member of par-
While cooking under the sky beat until smooth. Spread between liament since 1929, she broke largest-selling brands tested-

over hot coals you'll want to remember layers and over cake.'Refrigerator; conventional five-shilling ties air-taxi by establishinga service less than any of them-according CaIii1
: t
Charcoal burns to Cookies. and making it hum. She had to independent scientific tests .
fine
lasting
(Makes 7% dozen) \
than 20,000 flying hours to
coals and gives a nice steady fire {more the smoke itself!
1 cup butter of c
for barbecue cookery. For best her credit when the war started,
results when 2 cups brown sugar and had carried more than 30-
using either char-
coal wood 1 egg 000 passengers in her air taxis,
or should be burned
1 cup oven popped rice cereal without a mishap.She I Ia
until the flames
disappear. Then 3 cups flour r etQ %
the meat should be placed 8 to 2 teaspoons baking powder is not a member of the R.A.F. : asra

,I 10 inches above the coals and Cream butter; add sugar gradually and the "captain" was handed her a
turned every few minutes to in- and beat until light and fluffy. by the old Imperial Airways sys-

:' sure even cooking. Add egg and beat well. Stir in '''tem. Merry and friendly, with a

Hardwoods like oak, hickory, cereal. Sift flour with baking wide, acquaintance among influen-.
pow-
!, madroriC1 manzanita and maple der and work into first mixture, a tial persons, she began several
give a lasting glowing bed of small amount at a time. Kne d. years ago campaigning and agitat- S *
4 coals. Solt pine is suitable for and shape into rolls about 1% inchesin ing for a women's air arm in the
I
quick grilling like hamburger and diameter; wrap in waxed national defense. This fervor found
: i hot dogs. covering ends so that dough paper expression in her book, "Women TAvtrIII THE SP rdCALS

::::4 Whatever type of grill you use, will not dry out. Store in refrigerator With Wings," published in 1936. The You can depend on the special sales merchants -
" pick a spot that's shady, not too until firm. Cut into thin slices new ruling about the Spitfires and of our town announce in columnsof
;, far from the kitchen if you're do- and bake on ungr ased cookie sheet Hurricanes means that the "Atta- this paper.They mean money,saving to our readers. It always pays to patronize
ing it in the back yard and not in moderately hot oven (425 de Girls" can now fly anything that merchants who advertise. They are not afraid of their merchandise or their prices.'TI .

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PAGE FOUn TFIK CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST 15, 1941
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item Parkinson'snew sell to the highest and' best bidder 34 East
Local news : ;
The Clewiston News I for cash at the front door of the Section 21. and Employment Service divisions
truck returned this morning court house In the City of LaBelle, 'Township 46, Sout, Range 34 I of the State Industrial Commission
from a trip to the produce marketin Hendry County Florida, on Monday, East; .
September 1J 1941, during the legal NWW of SEW of Section 21, ,
Published every Frldny in Clewiston, I Miami,-unscratched! hours of sale, the following described Township 46 South, Range 34 I, "
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I .* property, situate In Hendry County East;

Tnc. If could only get a close to-wit: E% of SWW of Section 21, r.............. .. .
you NEB of NE% of Section 5. Township, 46 South, Range 34 I
view of the air school you'd see Township 46 South, Range 34 East. Dr. Walter -
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor, that construction has gone forward East: N% of SE% of .SEW of Section F. Purdon
i SEU of NE'A of Section 5, 21, Township 46 South, Range
quite rapidly. The report that the Township .46 South. Range 34 34 East; Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon
East: .. S% of SEW of SEW of Section
being camouflaged
Entered as' second class mall matter buildings are W% of NE& of Section 5, Township 46 South, Range.. 34 Office, Hopkins Building,
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In as they are being built is untrue. j Clewiston, Florida under the Act"or Their only camouflage is the distance I East; SWW: of NEW of :Section 21. ,
March 3, 1897., W% of SE& of 'Section 5. Township 46 South.. Range 34 Daily except Sunday and '
-one mile from the highway. I Township 46 South Range 34 East; Thursday -
East; NE% of Section"29, Township
Suberripllon Kate *2.0O Per Year. E& of SEVi of Section 5, 46 South, Range. 3* East; i Evening hours, Monday, Tuesday. .,
Over in Arcadia is a company of Township 46 South, Range 34 SEW of Section' 29, Township. 46 I Friday, Saturday.
Advertising Rates On Application. 49 British ,cadets, known as the East: South Range: -34 ."EastV -;' .
NW& of Section 5. Township \ % of"Section 29, Township 46 .
Clewiston brigade because they are 46 South, Range 34 East; South Range 34 East; .
advancement and' welfare destined for Clewiston as soon as ( SWi of Section 5, Township E% of SWW of Section 33,
Devoted to the 46 South Range 34 East; Township 46 South. Range .34
of: Clewis ton and Hendry CountyrMEAXnEn. this school is ready for them. One j I NWtf of NEU of Section 9, East; "

of "our" cadets has already soloed -" Township 46 South, Range 34 I SEAof :SEW *of' 'Section 33, Johnson's
East; Township 46_ ;L youth! ; Range 34 Fish Camp
8V6 hours of instruction -
:.. : -after E% of EV4 of NEW, of NW% I East:
cfl i, of Section 9, Township 46 South, W% of SWW 'of Section 33, I (Near Hurricane Gate)

: FLORIDA! PRESS AN'OCJATION\; :! \\ Range 34 East; Township 46 South Range 34 ClewLston, Fla.
Jti% of WV4 of NEU of NW% East; I
N.\IIQ.'iAL ED!roRW.ASSOCL1lONI V VRAMBLINGS' ) 'Ii I The engineer department has returned I II \VU of E% of' NEtt of NW% SE% of NE% of Section 33 Boats and Motors-Guide Service I

9-4- to the original rate of renton of Section' 9, Township'. 46. South, Township 46 ; :South Range 34 Rates Reasonable
I Kange d4 East East: -
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the houses on the government I E% of W% of SEW of NWft of SW'of NEW' rof Section 33, \V. H. Johnson, Mgr. j

. . .1 I Section 9, Township 46 South, Township 46 South,', Range 34
.....N..N.ti.....N..H.N....9.9.9.9/N. .M.NIN. .N N...,.N.N.N.M.N.N reservation, so Its moving day as I Range 34 East; I East; .
many of the engineer employees W% ofV & of NEW of NW& NEW of NEU"of Section 33,
I I government houses for the of Section 9, Township 46 South, Township 46 South, Range 34
occupy I Range 34 East; East;
I I first time. When everyone's set- WV4 of W% of SEtt of NWM, I E% of NWW of Section 33. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
tled, we'll take a survey and get of Section 9. Township 46 South, Township 46 South; Range 34 I ARCHITECTURAL
By B. B., : Range 34 East; East: l DESIGNS
i i them all located for you. It will. Efe of SE'A of NW1,4 of Sec- NWW of SEW"; of Section 33. Maps EsTimatesJOHN
[ natural to see the houses tion 9, Township 46 South, Range Township 46: South, Range 34

....'............................................................................. .....................r. J seem filled again. And incidentally a 34 E&East of: SWW of Section. 9, East SWW; of SEW. of Section 33, H. DOTY

few houses out in town will be Township 46 South' Range .34 Township 46 South, Range 34 Engineering Consultant

We felt ,that we have been justified available for those who are wait- East: 9 East; Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
W% ot. SW% of Section W% of NWW of Section 33.
in complaining about the .hea(.!ing for them. Township 46 South Range 34 Township 46-! ' East East .. .
But letters from Jackson ; ; n '
lately. SEW of SEW of Section 9, NE'of SEW 'of Section 33.
vine and Massena, N Y., make us After reading Queen Elizabeth's Township 46 South Range 34 Township 46: South, Range 34East
should be well con- East; ;
feel that we message, which she broadcast on NWW of SEW of Section 9, The said lands above described will
tent. A friend who went recentlyto Sunday; afternoon, I made a men- Township 46 South, Range 34 be offered for sale at said sale ac- ,, FOR SALE
Jacksonville said it was so much I East: cording the description above givenso
tal resolve to find time somehowto W% of NWW of Section 9, that each body of land embracedin I __
hotter there than in Clewiston that make'anotherRed, Cross layette. Township 46 South, Range 34 each separate' description will be
East; offered for sale separately from all Several million tomato and
of
she was sick the first week her egg,
: She made us realize something of W*' of SEW of NEW of Sec- other parcels.
stay. And in Massena, which 'is'j what these gifts mean to the tion 9, Township 46. South Range Purchaser. to' pay for deed. I papper plants, some ready to set
right on the Canadian border, it. 34 East: H. A. RIDER
British people. Surely when they All Section 10, Township 46 Special Master In Chancery.No. now. Write or wire Hardee
has been over a hundred a. good .' South East 260-August 15-22-29.
are giving so much, and are endur- Range 34 ; : County Seed and Crate Co.
many days recently. We cooled All Section 12, Township 46 \V u.
ing so much, we can give enoughof South Range 34 East;
-- right off on reading that. I our time to make these badly- All Section 17, Township 46 Burnis T. Coleman of Pensacolawas chula, Fla. 2t.
South, Range 34 East; I
appointed general counsel for
needed garments for them. NEW of NEW of Section 21, I
Perhaps it was cool on the ocean Township 46 South, Range 34 the Unemployment Compensation

when Roosevelt and Churchill met; MASTER'S SALE East; I IW
NOTICE OF
% of NWW of Section 21. r
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but from reports of the expletives Township 46 South, Range 34

hurled Hitler-ward, the temperaturerose. and NOTICE by virtue Is hereby of.a. given final that decree under of East SWW: of SE14. of Section 21, .X;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":"r:":":":":":":":":":":":,,:,,:,,,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,)

Probably the hottest man in foreclosure and sale rendered in the Township 46 South, Range 34 ,1: *
the outfit was the nervous naval I Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial East;' X
Circuit of Florida, in and for Hendry SEW of NEW, of Section 21. s t
, official in command of the Atlantic County, In a certain cause pending Township 46 South Range, 34 '
" fleet, who was charged with the wherein Ray C. Hull was plaintiff, East: : Last Week :*_
and T. J. Champion et al., were defendants NWW of NEW of SEW of Sec- ... i : .
safety of these two statesmen, the' undersigned Special tion 21, Township 46 South, Range. ::: ,. > ': ..
.'. whose well-being is so important to Master appointed by the court to 34 East : k. .=.
: make sale of the property as directedIn NEW of NEW of SEW of Sec O y
., the world. said decree, will offer for sale and, tion 21, Township 46 South Range v( .:.

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:; We talked about house furnishings-and :_:

R'N> THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWELFTH JUDICALvCIRCUIT. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I f.. .
HEXDRY: COUNTY: IN CHANCERY. : personal Property, woke up lots of folks. :

;f.::. CITY OF 'CLEWISTON a municipal corporation : Now we're finding many owners don't ::

;: Complainant;:: .
vs. '.. "" '.', have adequate protection for their cars :
: CERTAIN LANDS UPON WHICH.,TAXES .
!,; ." ARE DELINQUENT; "I" ::i; and trucks. Are you' one? '. ;t::

i Defendant. :,; .t Oa I .' .) '_.. .,. r _.'.....,.... .- .. ,* C .**.".* J-u- iPhone -: -. ,_, .t:
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10'' To all persons and corporations Interested in or having any lien or claim upon any of :the lands described '.
,
herein: r : ; 'i
You are hereby notified that the' City::'of. Clewiston, a municipal corporation has filed its' bill of complaint .
in the above named court to'foreclose delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years with '
interest and penalties, upon the parcels of land set forth in the following schedule, all of said parcels lying and ,:f f. 66 for Ruth Beardsley or ::
being in the City of Clewiston Hendry County, Florida the aggregate amount of said Tax Certificates and Unpaid '.
o., Taxes for Subsequent Years. against said respective parcels of land,...as set, forth in said, bill of complaint, :;. 'Art .Lawrence.Beardsley :.f.I :
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being set opposite such parcels in the followingschedule, to-wit: I' .t +._

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Description of 'Lands t 'A

, The General 'Plan of Cletrlm- !
\ ton, Florida, an revised Sep ,, Insurance :I

tember 7, 1837, according to 'i' .:.
plat recorded In Plat Book ; '
n, paces 71 to 78, Inclusive AMOUNT OF UNPAID TAXES :? ;
AMOUNT OF TAX CERTIFICATES Agency
Public Records of HeDd..ry FOR SUIISEQUENT YEARSCounty I:
Florida. Tax Year Tax Year TOTAL l
Lot Block .193:: 1933 1934 13 1936 1937 1938 ID3D = 1940 ,, .
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30 23 6.25 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 39.40. :: '\' X
;' 31 23 (Bat) 4.94 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.656.65 38.09 ;'>X..XK"XKKK: ,;.':';XM>-X X..XKKKK"X"XKK"X"X":">XK"XM:*:WXMX"J*>O
32 23 6.25 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 \ 6.65 39.40 /
23 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 5.00 4.75 ,4.75 42.30
24 26 .55 4.80
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25 26' 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 "4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 '42.30 ;"X N XMXMXMX"X...X..XMXWXMXMX..XMXMXMX N XMXMM*..*MM* *N*N*MMWXMXWX**:*
26 S 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30 ? '
27 -. 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30 1
28 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4:15 42.30
. 29 26 6.30 3,80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30 Y.
30 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 .75 4.75 42.30 Y:
, 4 139 5.58 3.38 3.38 4.04 4.04 .26 '4.40 4.18 4.18 37.H Y I II
9 141 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 29.10
. 12 171 7.02 4.22 4.22 5.06 5.06 5.34 5.60 5.70 5.70 47.92 I Y
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'" 6 195 3.10 3.10 :UO 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3,80 3.80, 34.20i ;t1 t1wow
i, 23 ,,. 195 6.30 '3.S0' 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 22.80 60.35'' w
4 : 196 5.10 3.10 -,3.10' 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 34.20 ?
:' 7 201 3.70 3.70 4.00 4.75 4.75' 20.90
10 202 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 29.10
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3 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 22.38 I a srMTr "
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13 I' 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 4.75 4.75 62.40
_ 14 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 60.50 1 : Y
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27 28 422 412 4.14 2.54 5.10 2.54 5.10 22.40 3.02 22.40 3.02 23.70 3.18 3.20 1.71 22.80 1.14 101.50 24.49. :_:: can: expect: financial security depends on

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27 28 423 3.02 3.02 3.20 1.71 1.14 12.09 + saving. It's''t regularity with whichyou II:
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6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 3.80 3,80 40.40 Decide
:*: right to increase :
19 '' :u. 2.70 1.70. 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.90 1.90 1:90: 18.00 now your savings t.
.,. 1.70 2.00 '.' .
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J .' 5'058 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 18.00 'i' every pay d. -'T'I-i' ,.I:.'a1i l." !" 1"- !
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In addition t6 the amounts set opposite each parcel of land In the foregoing schedule. Interest and penalties, y
as provided by law on such delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years, together with a Y b
proportionate part of the costs and expenses of this suit are sought to be enforced and foreclosed In this suit Y
You are hereby notified to appear and make your defenses to said bill of complaint on or before the 1st day Y A
of September, A. D. 1941, the same being a Rule Day of this Court. and if you fail to do so on or before said date Y
the bill will be taken as confessed by you and you will be barred from thereafter contesting said suit and said
respective parcels of land will be sold by decree of said Court for nonpayment. of said taxes, .and interest and pen- ,1
alties thereon and the costs of this suit. ,y
IN WITNESS WHEREOF; I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court, this the ] .
25th day of July A. D. 1941., AA
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AUGUST 13, 1941 THE CLE\VISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE
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Mrs. Curtis Thompson has accepted -I r Mrs. W. F. Jenkins returned N. V. S. Mumford, Mr. and Mrs.1 FOR SALE-Tools and machinery,

- employment for a few. Sunday to her home In Fort Myers Judson Francis, Mr. and Mrs. the property of my late' husband.
months as stenographer at the of-I I I Beach after visiting here with Mr. Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. M. R.I bits. Fred Henriksen.
I[ Personals ] fice of the contractor at Riddle-I and Mrs. Roy Alston and with Mr. Von Mach, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
McKay Aero College. I|!and Mrs. Ward Roberts in Moore Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
I II Haven. Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills,
. l I Mr. and'MrwC.: Owen; Dick I i _-. Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Berner, Mr. and OLEWISTON

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie were and Shirley Owen, left yesterday fora II I i Mr. and Mrs. Malley F. Palmer Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP .j
; visitors In. ,Pahokee Saturday, vacation trip to Mississippi, Iowa I I have as their guests for a month's W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. _
Anything in .
v." ,- and Illinois. They expect. to be visit, Mrs. Palmer's mother Mrs. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Plumbing Fixtures
Mrs. J. M. Couse and Miss Bertha away about two weeks. Ralph J. Rogers, and her sister Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs.C. Prompt,, Efficient Service
...
,;.( 1 1 Gram of .Moore. Haven were Miss Charlotte Rogers, of Dayton, L. Downs, Miss Florence Morgan PETER CHRISTENSEN r
.' "' !.1 visitors here Friday. Mrs. E. C. Mills accompanied, her Ohio. R. L. Coker and O. A. Jones. Mgr.
"." -- son Gene, to Fort Myers for a

. ; Mrs. Mary'Moore,of Moore Haven tonsillectomy, which was., "perform I I MRS.! CONKLING HOSTESS TO
" .. has spent several days In Clewiston ed at the Lee Memorial,. : :Hospital J Mrs. Vernon Bryant is spending I BRIDGE CLUB MEMBERS FRIDAY
;' ; few in 'Lakeland and Bowl-
this week. yesterday. .t. ; a days J. M. COUSECounselor
-.: I .< I ing Green this week visiting rela I

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Misses Hazel and .LoIs Prince I tives. Her daughter, Carolyn, will Mrs. Frank E. Conkling entertained and Attorney at Law
were business! visitors In. Fort Myers have' had as their guests during the return with her after a visit of a members of her bridge clubat Hopkins Building
Tuesday. past two weeks, their "brother and few weeks there. her home Friday afternoon. '
Wednesdays and
sister, Charles and Ruth. Prince, of First prize was won by Mrs. Clarence I Saturdays
.
Hal Frierson spent the weekendin Arcadia. ..') frs. E. Edwards of Jacksonville J. Nielsen and second' by Mrs. '0:80 to 4:00 .' ,
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Fort Myers with his sister, Mrs. is1- visiting. 'her daughter, Mrs. Earl. R. Smith.
\; Oliver Sclple. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson, Leslie Miller and" Mr" Miller, who Guests were Misses Mary Colden
Miss Beulah Guthrie and-. ; .,Sinclair"'also have 'as guests their nephews, and Jane Spong of Lancaster, Penn
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and Knight spent Sunday In Delray I Charles Leslie and Bobby Miller, sylvania. 'Members attending were \'

Mrs. C. J. Nielsen were visitors I Beach visiting Mr. and. Mrs... ,.Gilbert I of Tampa. Mrs. Nielsen, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. R.I PERSONALMartha
Saturday In West Palm Beach. Davis. : N. Smith, Mrs. J. G. Niblack and
--' I Mrs. C. E. Miner.
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens visited her Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and children, I Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling' hadas don't go home to
sister-in-law, Mrs. F. .Houghton: Louise and Anne, and Mrs. A. L. their guests last week, Mrs. l' Mother! Here's what she'll tell
in Lake Worth Sunday. Hackett and children, Agnes Ann j Conkling's'niece, Miss Mary Col- MR. AND MRS.! G. H. BROWN you that any man likes variety
-- and Philip, were visitors .in. West dren, and a friend, Miss Jane I HOSTS AT FAMILY DINNER in foods. And with Rum-
: A. W. Sias left the first of the Palm Beach Wednesday. Spong, both of Lancaster, Penn. ,ford Baking Powder you can
J J week for a visit with relatives in ;. I Mr. and 'Mrs. Conkling accompanied I Mr. and Mrs. Gideon. H. Brown .' use any recipe that takes your
\ Punta Gorda and Homestead. Mrs. W. L.. Lott returned< this' their guests to West Palm Beach entertained at a family dinner at fancy.. Don't worry about the
i. week from a two months' :visit with !Saturday and the girls left for their home here yesterday 'after special quantities required for
Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs. E. W. her parents in Price- Utah, and home. I noon. Their guests were membersof special types of baking powder.
.j Durst and Miss Mildred Durst were i other members of her family in I the Brown family 'and included With Rumford the just use the
amount directions call for,
visitors in Miami Tuesday. Tuscon and in California. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, who has been I Mr. and Mrs. Shimer Gove and and expect perfect results every

staying in West Palm Beach with daughter, Sandra, of Eustis, Mr. time. FREE. Send for new book
Bill Koski, junior engineer from Mrs. G. E. Crow,. and 'daughter, her daughter, Emma Jane, who is and Mrs.: C. J. Brown, Miss Gwen let, containing dozens of
the district office in Jacksonville, Billie Sue, Miss June Hooker, Mrs. recuperating at the Good Samaritan dolyn Brown of South Bay, Mr. and bright ideas to improve your
s, was here ,on business Thursday. W. C. Hooker and Mrs. Viola Stone Hospital from an appendectomy Mrs. George Royal and sons, Larry baking. Address: Rumford
; left yesterday to spend a few days performed last week, spent the I and Charles of Lake Harbor, Mr. Baking Powder, Box R Rum- .
Ralph and 'Moye Bishop and Dan in West Palm Beach. week-end 'at her home 'here. She J and Mrs. E. C. Brown of ,Indian- ford, Rhode Island.
Beardsley are spending a few 'days town.
returned Wednesday: to West Palm I
this week in Gain :ville. Mr. and Mrs. John J. [Kettl left Beach and will bring Emma Jane

; Sunday for a two weeks' vacation. home this weekend.Mrs. .
G. B. Thomas and daughter, I They were motoring up the East ,
Mary Louise, left Thursday for a Coast of Florida and had indefinite ,
W. T. Galvin and son, Edwin
visit with his mother, Mrs. G. B., plans for a trip to the North"Caro.-
of St Petersburg, spent the
Thomas, Sr., in Safety Harbor. lina mountains.Mr. Home OwnersIf
week-end here visiting her mother, .
Mrs. F. E. Chalker, her sister, Mrs.C. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Bell, Jr., I and Mrs. C. W. McSheehanhave
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D. and her Jake
Beatty,
brother
moved into the T. B. Shelley
turned to Clewiston Monday from
Daytona Beach where they spent I house, Arcade ?ond'Osceola.. Mr. Chalker. Jake 'Chalker left Mon I you don't like the idea of a neigh-

a short honeymoon.Frank I McSheehan is superintendent of day that for place Miami Tuesday, taking a for plane Puerto from I bor just across your driveway the timeto
construction at Riddle-McKay: Aero
College.Mr. Rico, where he has accepted' a position add that. vacant lot to your own prop-
Wright and his mother,
with the Shell .Producers
MYs. J. A. Wright, of Gainesville, Company. erty is NOW at present prices and terms.
and Mrs. J. H. Doty and
visited briefly here Wednes.daywith
Willard Doty spent the weekendin
Parker T.. Wilson. Avon Park with Miss Maxine CARD PARTY AT BESTORS I Phone 66 For
Doty. Mr. Doty went on to Lake- SATURDAY FOR VISITORSMr. I -;
O. G. Rawls of the District Engineer .
the
land Sunday to spend.. day I
office in Jacksonville, has JIM Or BOB BEARDSLEY ;
I with his mother. = .1 L..,. '
; been here for the past two weeks and Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertained k" .:, .
. .4 arranging, data for the island hear.. J with a bridge and Michigan ,:,
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Prevatt /
ing at Belle Glade party at their home Saturday '
Wednesday. .
left this week for Arcadia, where .evening, ,complimenting their visitor ;, ;., .. .... tf. ,, "
I they will reside in future. Mr. :- -
Mr. and Mrs.! Henry C. Kolstad Mrs. J. R. Jodel of St., Paul. :J. E. Beardsley *: '-
has
Prevatt accepted employmentat {'
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and son, Kim, moved Saturday to / .
I the Riddle Aeronautical'' Insti High prizes in bridge were won
their new home at Moore Haven, j by Mrs. W. C. Owen and E. C. ..'" "
,. which they purchased a few months tute. Mills. Otis A. Jones won high 1 Real Estate and Insurance : :r';1.
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; ago. i I prize at Michigan. R. L. Coker 'received Bob Beardsley Ruth Beardsley' -" ,:
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Redish spent
consolation prize, and the .
:' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor haveas Sunday in West Palm Beach. They guest of honor received a' guest I Evelyn Kellems Art Lawrence'r '
their guests, Mrs. Bestor's sister met Christine Redish who was, returning remembrance.
'Mrs. J. R. Jodel, and eons, from a 'month's'visit: with I
her sister, Mrs. Manning Carter. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jll
Robert and George, of St. Paul,
Minn. in Monk's Corner, S. C. . ,
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Center, Camp Blanding, I Hall left Thursday" :for" a tripto ,
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Bob Logan and Lewis J. Harvey I the central part of the state.
have been transferred to.the 58th Mrs. Chalker will visit relatives in
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Air Base Squadron, Gunter Field, Lakeland and Mrs. Hall will visit Announcing The Opening
Ala., and Vincent J. Oglesby and I her sister, Mrs. Thomas Flannery,
Chester Joyce, to the 72nd Material formerly Eva Grantham, in Or

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"But you'll go on, and throw your "' ------I IMPROVED------- Traveler Had Route Map
self against Walk Lasham in
tana?" UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL For All Who Would to See
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( i "Yes; I have to go on."
They were silent after that; and SUNDAY L The man sat still as the'fortune-
presently they sat, almost stirrup to esson teller read his palm.
stirrup, but somehow infinitely far, "See that line?" asked the mys-
By ALAN IE MAYINSTALLMENT W.N.U. Release tic pointing to
apart. By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. the fellow's palm."Yes .
8 "Draw deliberate and slow," For a little while he stood lookingat Dean of The Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof I see it," he returned.
Pierce counselled. "Take the cross which he had made of (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) "What does it mean?"
your
TIlE STORY SO FAR;
railroad ties. He said half aloud- "It means," said the fortune-
,
Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built upa time,-don't hurry, whatever you
vast string of ranches which stretched do. But don't waste any time, ei "One down. Dusty ." teller, gravely-"that you are go-
from Texas to Montana. King was killed ther. Fast and smooth" "I suppose," Jody said, "you'll be Lesson for' August 17 ing to take a trip in the very near

by his powerful and unscrupulous competitor .. "I get you," Roper said with a cutting a notch on the handle of future. To Chicago, perhaps."
Ben Thorpe. Bill Roper King's adopted flicker of a grin. "Take my time, your gun, now." Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Leaving the fortune-teller the
InternationalCouncil
son undertook to break Thorpe's power. but be quick about it. Move plenty He was surprised to hear. her say and of Religious copyrighted Education by- ; used by man headed for the railway station.,
His first step was.to start a cattle war In
permission.
"A "
that. He had no way of knowinghow ticket to Chicago, please,
but fast hell. All
Texas. He made this decision against the slow, as right,
much she had heard, or what he said.
opposition of Lew Gordon and the tearful Dry Camp! PETER ENCOURAGES SUFFER-
she had heard, about his shoot-out -, "Right, sir," replied the book-
Gordon
pleading of his sweetheart, Jody He gave the butt of his gun a ING CHRISTIANS
The raids upon Thorpe's herds were_ successful hitch to make sure it was loose in with Cleve Tanner. ing clerk. "Single or return?"
at first, but resistance was soon put "A notch? I hadn't thought any- The fellow stuck out his palm."I .
its leather; then he spun the whiskey LESSON TEXT-1 Peter 4:12.19; 5:6-11.
up'which caused Roper's men to leave him, from him untasted, and thing about it." GOLDEN TEXT-If any man suffer as a don't know," he said. "Takea
one by one. Cleve Tanner, manager of away All her bitter contempt of the lone- Christian, let him not be ashamed; but let look!"
Thorpe's Texas holdings, appeared not to walked out. ly-riding men of violence came into him glorify God on this behalf.I Peter 4:16.
feel the losses inflicted upon him. Roper's Dry Camp Pierce looked at the her voice.uIsn't that what the gun-
resources were dwindling low, and he full glass, and exchanged a worried men and the cow thieves alwaysdo "Sweet are the uses of adversity"so
seemed doomed to failure. glance with the bartender. Then he ?" says the poet, and it is true
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followed Bill. He was motionless a long time. that God is able to make even the
CHAPTER X-Continued Dry Camp kept blinking his eyes Then he drew the skinning knife sufferings of man a source of bless-
Dry Camp Pierce still loafed at in the bright light, as if they were that always swung at the back of ing and an occasion for joy, "if a
thp Pot Hook, dejected, hopeless. No dry; and there were white patchesat his belt in a worn sheath. Its blade man suffer as a Christian" (I Pet.
one knew what he waiting for. the corners of his mouth. where
was was lean and hollowed, worn almost 4:16)In) a world sorrow
Roper never heard from the rest of "Don't give him: too much of a out of existence by a thousand and suffering have been heaped 0
them now. In spite of everythingthat break, kid. He's awful bad. But honings. He stood looking at the high by man's inhumanity to man, 0 1K
Maxim could do, the Rangerswere you'll get him, all right," he added knife; he tossed it in the air, and it is indeed appropriate that we
on the loose. The wild bunch hastily. caught it by the handle again. think of the encouragement which o
that had threatened to dominate Half a block ahead another man "I wouldn't go cutting marks on God's Word gives to those who are
Texas was broken and split, scat- stepped into the street, and walked the handle of a gun," he said at in distress.
tered far and wide, every man for toward Bill. Before his face couldbe last. His voice was thick. "Nobodycares There are many helpful Scripture
himself. Day and night, a saddle seen in the black shadow un- what anybody does to the han- passages on this point, those beforeus
pony waited beside the door of the dle of a today being from the writingsof
gun.
bunkhouse in which Roper slept Roper stepped forward, and with Peter to the Jews o'f the disper-
Now, unexpectedly, came Sho- "I' tyI the keen blade cut a notch clean sion. Scattered abroad and no more OSEN'IO
shone Wilce. t tIII and deep in the left arm of Dusty'scross. under the guiding and protectinghand
Nothing could tell more of Roper's of Paul Luke and the others, S
present position than this:'-as Sho- When he looked at Jody she was they were undergoing severe persecution 5 NGRp S
shone Wilce rode up, Bill Roper already staring at him strangely, almost as for Christ's sake. Some
had his gun in his hand, and if she were afraid. I were apparently disturbed by their
the other hand upon the bridle rein trials, and Peter tells them that

of his pony.Shoshone 1p All through the afternoon Jody persecution should bringI.
Wilce almost tumbled Gordon had ridden the barren trails No Surprise (4:12).
into Bill Roper's arms. He grabbedBill p above Ogallala, on a pony that for- We ought to expect trials in this
by both lapels of the black, ever tried to turn home. Thaw was world;. yes, severe fiery trials. Such
town-going coat that Roper always on the prairie again, and the South things are common to all mankind,
wore when he was about to travela Platte was brimming with melted and the Christian should not expectto

long way. Shoshone's bottle-nose snow; in the air was something of escape. To. them, such trials are 4 anyy
gleamed and quivered, and his eyes the damp, clean smell which had real tests of their faith, an oppor-
were like shoe buttons. marked another spring, in this same tunity to show to the' unbelievingworld
"It's done! He's bust-he's split place. ,But it was now more than that God is able to deliver
-he's cracked six months since Jody had seen Bill those who put their trust in Him!
"What are you talking about?" Roper; and she found it no help that To be forewarned is to be fore-
"Cleve Tanner! I tell you, he's she was forever hearing his name.It armed. "Think it not strange con-
gone to hell!" r was with reluctance that she at cerning the fiery trial.

Suddenly Bill Roper turned into ': last rode up the rise upon which it II. No Shame (4:13-16)).

the unaccountable kid that his years ..-, N stood, unlighted, in the dusk. There are two senses in which
justified. Like a man suddenly com- She unsaddled her own pony, boot- the Christian is to be unashamed in SEE DEMONSTRATION"I
ing alive, he took Shoshone by the ed it into the muddy corral, and the midst of suffering. In the, first can't tell you how thrilled I am
throat and shook him. threw the forty pound kak onto the instance, he is not to be ashamedof with the performance, labor saving
,
He said, "Shoshone-you fool with saddle-pole with the easy, one-hand. the trial itself if he bears it for NESCO features Kerosene and beauty Range.of my new
me-" ed swing of the western rider. As Christ's sake, for he is ,thus sharing
"Before youbuy,insist on seeingthesenew
Shoshone cried out through the I she turned toward the house she was Christ's sufferings. We cannot NESCOS demonstrated and
grip on hisjthroat, "I tell you, Cleve trying not 'to cry. share in substitutionary, and learn about their many convenience
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Tanner-" Then, as she walked through the sacrificial suffering on Calvary, features and their fine cooking and
baking qualities. You'll find just the
He.couldn't say any more. Bill Roper holstered his own stable, a figure rose up from the but we can stand with Him who was model to fit your individual needs."
Bill Roper was cool again, now. smoking fortyfour.der shadows beside the door and barred indeed "a man of sorrows, and acquainted -
"What makes you think so?" her way. with grief" (Isa. 53:3)). In Simplified Operation
"He failed his delivery at the Red. his hat, Bill Roper knew by Jody Gordon's breath caught in the second place, he is not to do "The has large a reliable, scientifically heat indicator designedoven andis
: Where he was supposed to bring up the set of the broad shoulders, by her throat. She said, evenly, "Look- anything which would justify othersin fully insulated with.efficient glass
fifteen ,thousand head, a little handful the rolling swing of his stride thatit ing for someone, Bud?" making him suffer. It is a disgrace wool. Fuel tanks arc easily accessible
and powerful burners provide instant -
of 'punchers showed( up with a was Cleve. The spare-framed visitor took off a shame which injures the heat in various desired degrees.,
few hundred. He can't round his The moments during which the his hat and held it uneasily in his cause of Christ, when a believerhas 'There's an enclosed storage space for
cattle-if he's got any cattle-and he two men walked toward each other two hands. "Well, I tell you, Miss to suffer because he has broken idle utensils and a removable burner
can't make delivery at the Red!" drew out interminably. Their eyes Gordon-could I speak to you for the law, or because he is "a busy- tray that keeps the stove and floor
"We didn't believe you," Shoshone were upon each other's faces now; just a minute? I'm a Bill Roper body (R. V. "meddler") in other clean ery. Staggered without backbreakingdrudg burners allow me to-
Wilce babbled on. "We all said it Bill could see that Cleve Tanner man." men's matters." use 3 large utensils at the same time
couldn't be done. But by gosh, looked happy, almost gay, as if this Jody Gordon's heart jumped likea III. No Escape (4:17-19). and the convenient table top provides'.'
we've done it! All over Texas, Tan- was the first good thing that had struck pony "Billy sent you to If the righteous find the difficulties .. much needed extra working space.
ner's notes called happened to him for time. ?" Declare a houseivive's holiday and
are being as the a long me and temptations in their way
hurry down to see the new NESCO
word spreads. Wells Fargo refusesto At twelve paces Cleve Tanner "I haven't seen Bill Roper. But- to be like fiery trials if those who Ranges at your dealer today!
honor his signature for a dime. drew; to observers the men seemedso I've seen Ben Thorpe. Miss Gor- have the blessed presence of Christto
They say now that Ben-Thorpe won't close together that it was impossible don, tell ,me one thing: Is your father cheer and to guide them find it sA
back Tanner-Thorpe denies him, that either of them should backing Bill Roper? I mean, difficult at times to make their Few of Ea R
and the Tanner holdings are being live. Tanner's gun spoke five times, is he backing this plowing into Ben way through sorrow and sadness, MANY
closed up and sold out_" fast, faster than most men could Thorpe?" what will the unbeliever? E ,
"You sure?" Roper asked, lookingup slip the hammer. Nobody knew "My father," Jody Gordon said, IV. No Worry (5:6.7). I:
from the ground again. where the first four shots went; but "has quit Bill Roper in every way "Put care into Christ's bag," said : .. '}>.,
"Am I sure? You think I'd risk the fifth shot was easy to place, fort he possibly could." George Herbert. "Treat your caresas
my damn throat coming here to blew a hole in the street as Tan- "That's what I thought," Shoshone you treat your sins. Hand them : 'EEl]
tell you something like this, if I ner's gun stubbed into the dust. Wilce said. "Only trouble is, peo- over to Jesus one by one as they I
didn't know for sure?" Bill Roper holstered his own ple that don't know the difference, occur, commit them to Him" ,(F. B.

"No" Roper admitted, "I guess smoking forty-four. He had fired they don't none of them believe that Meyer). ..'.... "v '
not." twice. any more." The cure for all worry is right ONk-Pfl: CE.: .SPACIOUS'OVfetf:'

tell"It's him.all 'over"Can't," Shoshone tried to Dry Camp Pierce was at his elbow Jody Gordon interrupted" him there, but even as it is true that .:;:WELDED'STEEL. :-'>;JPRAME.. .>:'... :'., _,HOLDS.' .ROASTER. LARGE. ,: }
you realize, it, again. "Here's the horses. It's sharply. "What's happened? the meek shall "inherit the earth"
man? time to ride. By God, I knew you "Miss Gordon, your father is in a (Matt. 5:5): so it is true that only
"No, Roper said.CHAPTER. terrible bad fix. I'm afeard-I'm
could take him, kid. the humble are ready to cast their
afeard he's going to die before this
Roper was feeling deathly sick. cares on the Lord
XI thing is through."
V. No Wavering (5:8-11).
"What do mean?
Strolling, easy-going, but somehow CHAPTER XII "Most people you think Lew Gordon is "Steady, perfected and establishedin
reluctant, Bill Roper walked the backing Bill Roper maybe you Christ, strengthened by His
streets of Tascosa, between the It was well into the summer as know that? Well, now there's a feller grace, sure of the eternal call, and
false-fronted wooden buildings that Bill Roper once more rode south out rode to Ben Thorpe from Miles Citya with the eye of faith on the glory to Hurried Business
lined the hoof-stirred dust. of Ogallala toward the pile of stones feller that was a foreman with come, such is the man who is able Business dispatched is business
Sooner or later, he knew, Cleve that marked the grave of Dusty Thorpe's Montana outfits under and ready to successfully meet the well done, but business hurried is
Tanner would appear upon this one King. Jody Gordon rode with him. Walk Lasham. Maybe this feller devil when, like a roaring lion, he business ill done.BulwerLyUon.Preferred .
main street. Everybody knew that In the few days he had stopped over'in had some kind of fight with Lash- seeks to disturb and devour God'speople.

Tanner was on the warpath, determined Ogallala he had hardly seen her am-I don't know nothing about '
I to seek out Bill Roper. It at all. At first she had refused to that. But this feller ,swears to Satan is.busy in our day. Dr. Wilbur
: was said that Tanner's only remaining ride with him today; but at the last Thorpe that Lasham is letting the M. Smith says: "It is admitted
j interest was to bring down the moment, as if on an impulse, she Montana herds drain away to the everywhere by outstanding Chris- bySOUTHERNERS
youngster who had cut Texas from had changed her mind. Indians, and to the construction tian leaders, in every sphere of life
under him. Roper, studying her sidelong, camps, and Ben Thorpe never see- today, that there has never been a j jin
Yet ten days passed before Cleve thought that Jody seemed to have, ing a penny of the money from beefor time, at least in our generation,
Tanner came.It aged several years in one. Impossible hide." when the temptations of Satan have New York City

was eleven o'clock on a sunny now to find any trace of the irrepressible "What does Thorpe himself been so fierce, so frequent, so con- More and more the Collingwood Southernersare

Saturday morning when Dry Camp up-welling laughter that think?" stant, as just now. What Satan wantsto their making home in New York.They
Pierce brought Bill the word. had been so characteristic of her a "Thorpe thinks your father has do is to destroy the testimony of like its convenient location, I
'r "Well kid, he's here. You were year before. Her eyes were unlighted -: bought Walk Lasham. Just the same God's people, to take them out oi just off Fifth Avenue, and the
right again-you won't-have and a little tired-looking her of and influence for. cheerfully furnished rooms
to hunt ; asp he thought your father bought places power ; each with tub and shower.
( him out. He's looking for you; all mouth was expressionless except fora Cleve Tanner in Texas, until Bill the gospel, to rob them of that joy, s
you have to do is wait." faint droop at the corners, which Roper gunned Cleve down. And and victory, and power, by which, SINGLE from $250
"Where. is he now?" suggested-perhaps resignation, per- Thorpe is fit to be tied. A man like through their labors, others will be Special Double weekly from and$3.50 monthly rates
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street. He's walking from bar to didn't have much to say; but Miss Gordon; but now he's Christ. Christian people today who Under Knott fiLmasement.MOTEL
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might's well wait for him here." my father decide?"' ever was in his life." by evil ought not to be Managerr

'No," Roper said. "I'll walk out "He says now that-I'll never have "You mean you think Ben Thorpe alarmed, but should realize that this )/
i and meet him, I think." another penny out of Dusty King's will-will-" experience of theirs is general ,(;! W woo
Dry Camp peered up into his face. share until-until he's able to dic- "Miss Gordon, I know. Ben everywhere, of true believers, and .4;II wm 35th sr.
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PAGE EIGHT ___ ___ THE GLETWlSTON NEWS .. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1941
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Construction Well-: The ladies, have secured enough of Section 8f: all of Section of Section 11; North Half '(Nl,4) I Section '32; all of Section 33; all
fans to insure the room 9; all of Section 10 less Railroad of Section 12; all of Section 14: of Section 34, It*: Railroad rightof
electric right of way; West Half (W%) Northwest Quarter (N\Vl,4) and .I way; all of Section 35.
being cool during the party. West Half (W%) of Southwest The following property in Town-
(Continued from page 1) Quarter (SW&) of Section 15, ship 43' South,
either end of the diamondshapedlayout. .:..:..:................ ....:..:.,.:..:..:.'...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: less Half Railroad(N'/6) and right Southwest of way; North Quar- (N All%) that of Section part Range of 7 the lying 34 North East North: Half of

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE .1. '. ;!: ter (SW%) and West Half (W*> the 9 mile canal and West of
Work is being rushed as rapidlyas :a: 'e' 1rwAJJl of Southeast Northwest Quarter Quarter(SE',4)(NWtt of Sec-of The the Moore following Haven-Clewiston Road.
possible In order that the first I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that X tion 16; all of Section 17; all of 44 South, Range property 33 East in TownshIp -
and by virtue of a writ of :
under Section 20 all of Section 21 all
class of cadets can begin training execution Issuing out of the Circuit $ AN OSTRICH DOES NOT + of Section; 22 less Railroad rightof ; 3.All less of Railroad Section 2; all of Section
by the first of September or shortly Court of the 11th Judicial Circuit, of {tt BURY ITS HEAD IN THE :X: way; all of Section 23; all of Section 4; all right of Section of way;5.allof
In and for Dade County
Florida up- Section 26; all of Section 27 less
thereafter. Housing facilities certain judgment recovered in SAND! I BILL MADDOX,
on a
'.at the field are only for cadets and a certain cause lately pending in said An African explorer states 5: Railroad right of way; all of Sec- No. Sheriff of Hendry County.
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Court wherein Essex Investment Com- jV j tion 28; all of Section 29; all of 259-Aug. 1; 8 15 22, 29.
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the force of trainers, mechanics and pany, a Missouri corporation, was that the ostrich does sometimes X I
technicians, estimated at more than Plaintiff, and Aripeka Farms Com- $ thrust Its' head in the AX -
a Florida corporation, was De-
a hundred will be housed In com- pany fendant, and wherein plaintiff recovered :: sand, but not for the purpose :X:
munities nearest the field. a Judgment in the sum of .|. of hiding, but because it Is A
Three Hundred Twenty-one Thousand -
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LADIES AID COMMITTEE PLANS : and Eight Cents ($321,723.08), a cer- $ frequently finds beneath the .;jv
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BENEFIT BRIDGE PARTY i has been recorded in the office < sand of desert. 1.-"Popular :X: I
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home of the president, Mrs. W. H. property of defendant, Aripeka Farms. :X terview reported in the Daily :X: i
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