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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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SUGAR CORPORATION WOULD
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: HELP WITH FINANCING ;

3. IF PUBLIC INTERESTED Anniversary Will Be Sugar Corporation Will
HomesI .
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,'L., Begin Six I

;: Clarence R. :* '4- Build Fifty Homes In '.:
., '" Bitting, president : R Celebrated Sunday ,By
... of the United, States Sugar Corpo- Here Next WeekThe I I '

llf! ? ation,' who is spending some time St. Margaret's Church; Sugarland ParkAs :

- .... at his offices here, stated this morning Bishop-Wilson Lumber Com-
that Clewiston might have a
"- general hospital in the near'future pany' announced this ,week that The tenth anniversary of the the result of efforts made

: .if such a project appeals to the they would begin the constructionthe dedication of St. Margaret's Church during the past few weeks, Clew-
first of next week of six new iston Monday of this week,
on ,
citizens of the community. will.b. celebrated with special was
homes in Clewiston and have plans
',' explanation. Mr. Bitting pointedout 'services next Sunday, February 8. declared a defense building area by
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for several more to be built short- the federal housing co-ordinator .j
that the Clewiston Emergency Father T. J. Geary has plan :
ly. which clears the for the erec-
way
Hospital, intended primarily for thecorpoiation's will be
which
ned the observance
Four of these new houses will be tion of a large number of new
industrial cases, would attended by former pastors of the
south the
on Ventura Avenue of
in the
homes city.
be taxed to the limit to take .
-soon ;
church Father Francis J. Finnegan, ;
highway but the lot and block "The designation carries with it
: care of the: corporation workers and I i.now in Miami and Father LawrenceJ.
descriptions not given. One
were for
obtaining
a priority rating
that existing facilities might have
\. will be located on Sagamore Avenue, CLARENCE R. BITTING Flynn of Tallahassee necessary building"materials for
to be expanded after the new starch
High Mass will be sung at the
also 'south of the highway and the
new homes to, cost under $6,000
plant'construction- is begun. sixth will be north of the highway services, beginning at ten-thirty
I under Title 6 of the Federal Housing ,
r Expansion of these facilities by
Sunday morning. The choir, under
on Osceola Avenue. Act. It is also said to permit
Everglades Developers
the Sugar Corporation, he pointed
The five homes south of the the direction of Mrs. B. A. Bourne,
larger commitments and thus makeit
out, would not benefit other Clewis- .1 will -sing Leonard's Mass in F.
highway will be in The $3,000 class possible for homes built to be
Honored With
ton residents and his aim. is a new Degrees (Father Finnegan, who organizedSt.
with five rooms and portecochere. purchased under FHA at a lower
.general hospital, probably to be '
Margaret's Church and was its
Osceola
The sixth house on Avenue
$', located on the ridge which could By Miami UniversityTwo : down payment.
first pastor, will give the solemn
will be a $4,000 home. All will
W. Moran
I Jay vice-president
take care of kind of hospitalization
any benediction at the evening's devo-
be of the same general design with
and general manager of the United
; for the area, including the tions. He will be assisted by priests I
novelty siding, composition shingle
modern explorers of the Htates Sugar ,Corporation stated
industrial cases. from Miami and West PalmBeacl .I
roof and plastered interior with .
,The sugar, corporation would, Florida Everglades-.Clarence_ R. These evening devotions are Wednesday that the designation
hardwood floors. Bitting, president of the United had been obtained only after
he said, shoulder its part of the at 7:30 I
given each Sunday 'evening
Plans are now being drawn' for
a States Sugar Corporation, and Joe considerable effort in Washington
', load in erecting such a hospital '
two for the protection of the nation
small houses of new design
but would be prohibited' under the Clifton Trees, vice-president of the on the part of Congressman J.
and it is planned to build severalof and particularly for the protectionof
present charter, from the complete Benedum-Trees Oil Company have Hardin Peterson, representatives of
Clewiston boys in the service.
ti financing. His hope is that there these in the near future. _been honored by the University of the ""Riddle-McKay Company, sugar \
People of all faiths and creeds are
H. .R. Hamblin, will be the con-
Miami with degrees granted at its corporation representatives and
will
be such an interest on the part
tractor on the ,six new houses and invited to this and to all. other
of Clewiston people in obtaining mid-year commencement at ,Miamion others and alsd stated that the
: construction is expected to be com- services at St. Margaret's.REGISTRATION .
f ,this much needed facility that they Monday.In corporation would proceed at once
will, through various clubs and civic I pleted ,in about seven weeks.DAYLIGHTMVING. announcing the awards, Dr. ,with the construction of fifty or

organizations, promote the idea and Bowman F. Ashe, president of the more houses in the Sugarland Park

,' ;' I arrange for .their share of the fin- r .University of Miami,,,said ,they..were OF area: but, east #f.the _main orpora--_ .'.

an.chiS'r... ." ...ft'. "*,*,!** ,.' ] TO made '"in .recognition of their tion development. It is planned ..;;;

-: He is anxious to know the attitude distinguished service in industryand to extend this 'sub-division eastward
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MEN 20 TO 45 TO
human relationships". far Francisco 'Avenue.
: '. ; of Clewiston people in regardto as as
c J ,';,j" the matter as soon as possibleand AFFECT OPENING OF Bitting, whose scientific contri- Arrangements are also being

:, ,.'. if there is sufficient interest butions to Everglades 'reclamation BEGIN SATURDAYThe made by the Riddle-McKay Com-

; : .:plans will probably 'be started in 'a SCHOOLS OF COUNTYPrincipal and, agriculture have accompaniedhis pany to build ten homes for their

:; short time for: such a hospital. creation of a large cane-sugar employees at a cost of approximately -

.. industry at Clewiston, was made a $4,000 each and Bishop-Wilson
a
local selective service board
.- .' LAST SCHOOL AXX AL R. W. Turk of the doctor of laws. Trees, an interna- states_ that all is in readiness for Lumber Company will begin construction -
tional explorer and developer of oil next week of six new
:i'- Clewiston school stated this morn- held ;
the third registration to be
.
Clewiston High School will get ing that when Clewiston residentsset resources, became a doctor of next week-end on Saturday, Sundayand homes.

-.:." out its last school annual this year their clocks ahead an hour at science. Monday, in which all men be- The erection of the new starch

until the war is over and those who 2:00 a. m. Monday to conform to Trees is a resident of Pittsburgh, tween the ages of twenty and forty- factory here which is scheduled to

wish one of them for this term are the national daylight-saving law, Pa., and for' the last 25 years a five, except those previously registered -+ begin soon made it imperative for

urged to place their- order now. children will not be required to winter, resident of Miami and Miami and a few scattered exempt-, !I new homes to be built for the infix -
... Beach. For 50 he has been of new workers and the shortageof
will years
Only seventy-five be ordered come to school an hour earlier. ions, will be signed by Uncle Sam for
r this year and the price is 125. The county school board has active in the development of the possible military seivice. houses and apartments has been

A contract was placed last year for permitted the principals to set the oil 'industry in the Western He'mi- The registration will be held in most acute here since the openingof

this year's 'annuals.SYNTHETIC. time for opening and closing of sphere. In recent years, he and the schools of the county throughthe Riddle Field last September.

schools to best suit their classes his associates have explored oil cooperation of the county school
and the convenience of the children possibilities of the Everglades.
,
board. The principals of the schoolsin
- RUBBER particularly those coming in on Bitting is a resident of 'Watch Clew ston and in LaBelle, R. SUGARLAND PARK
Hill, R. I., but maintains an office
buses and Mr. Turk has decided to W. Turk and Velton Walters,. are
and home at Clewiston, as he doesin
open school at 8:55 under the new in charge of the white registrationand
: CAN BE PRODUCED time or twenty minutes earlier thanat New York City. His Florida in the Sugar Corporation plan- AUDITORIUM OPENS
corporation is the largest 151! single
present according to the
sun. tation villages, the teachers -assistedby
\ This time permits five minutes for I cane-sugar producer in the United corporation timekeepers will

t ON 'GLADES LANDS assembling in classrooms and four States and he h'asj+ recently announ- handle the registration of the WITH TWO DANCES I

> forty-five minute periods before ced a $5,000,000 research and pro- colored men.
duction program for other essential
lunch. Schools will; dismiss at
The registration will not be allowed -
jr In an interwiew last week-end' twelve for lunch and reconvene at crops in the Everglades. to interfere 'with regular school A crowd of some three hundredand

with newspapermen in Miami, one. There are then four periods work and school will be held on fifty people, employees of the

Clarence R. Bitting, president of after lunch which closes the school Flying Student Killed Monday as usual. It is believed that United States Sugar Corporation,

( the United States( gar Corporation,'day at four o'clock.So by far the greater number of reg- their wives and 'partners, enjoyed

.stated that the Florida Everglades far as Is known the new time When Plane CrashesIn istrants' will come in on Saturday Ithe I dance" at the Sugarland Park

:\ ... will make no difference in other ,or Sunday and that only a few strag- which
can produce raw materials for from Auditorium last Friday night
schedules of the community, other Lake OkeechobeeSeaman glers will have to register on Mon-
,,, '" officially opened the new buildingfor
50,000 to
100,000 tons of synthetic
businesses and workers being quite day. The school principals will

I rubber annually and indicated, that willing to get up an hour earlierin take care of these.Registration : the use of the employees.

if. the government would allow the morning and take an extra Second Class Samuel Lee will be conducted Another dance is being held tonight.

priorities for the erection of a plant, hour in the afternoon before dark Gay, 22, of the Naval Air Base from seven o'clock in the morning Music for dancing was furnishedby
for relaxation or extra activities.It at. Opa Locka, was killed Thursday until nine o'clock in the evening. of
to: cost Charlie Rowan's orchestra
approximately $7,000,000
'II' is pointed out' that many of morning when the training plane Those men who have registered in
that the corporation would immediately West Palm Beach and the crowd was
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the children coming to school o'n the !I fin which he was \riding as a pass- (Continued on Page at
begin their plans for such bus now must leave' their beds I enger crashed into Lake Okeechobee very enthusiatic c over the successof

a plant. before daylight in 'time to, catch about six miles northwest of Port Maloy To Assist the affair. Many arrived early,
1 Mr. Bitting told the newsmen the bus for school and if the same Mayacca. The pilot escaped and the auditorium being opened at

I[ : that a hitherto unused product has time: were maintained it would without serious injury. His name Income. Tax Payers eight o'clock for inspection and the
/J proved in basic tests to be a basic
require them to get up even earlier. has not been disclosed visitors were pleasantly surprisedby
I material for synthetic rubber but According to'o 1e story the plane the luxurious appointments of

that the cost of production would John N. MontgomeryTo hit the lake and turned over, Gay Income tax payers are remindedthat the lobby, reading room and card
I' be rather high, from forty to fiftys being imprisoned in the plane under John H. Maloy, deputy collec- room and the big maple dance

ents per pound. He refused to Preach Here SundayRev. the water. The pilot is said to have tor of internal revenue will be in floor of the main auditorium.
say just what the product which
was
next Thursdayto This dance will inaugurate a
made, every effort, to extricate him Clewiston all day
would be used. and then climbed onto a portion of assist any who are troubled with regular program of recreation plan-

T> Despite the high cost of plant John N. Montgomery, assistant the plane which ,stuck out of the filling out the forms. He will be ned to secure the greatest use pos-

equipment for manufacture of the pastor of' the First Presby- water until help reached him. He at the post-office and may be contacted sible of the auditorium and the

'I :j rubber and the comparative high terian Church in Miami and a was taken to Okoechobee? City and there at any time after nine other recreational facilities which

cost of the finished'product., Mr. candidate for the pastorate of the reported the accident.It o'clock.Mr. will be provided in conjunctionwith

\ ,>).k r.' Bitting said that the corporation Community Church' here will fill the is understood that the local Maloy requests that those it. Mrs. Essie Oliver formerly '

would be willing to go ahead with pulpit at the regular morning engineer office has charge of sal- wishing help have their gross income a WPA district recreational sup-
a such a plant because the product service at the local church the
Sunday vage operations but this could not and gross expenses for the ervisor has been engaged by
from which the synthetic rubber is morning. !be confirmed, a' rigid censorship past year figured out in order that sugar corporation to supervise
f1/ made is one which can be used Rev. out in women's recreation and she plansto
Montgomery expects to being maintained on any activities the forms may be filled a
w for
manufacturing plastics when come to Clewiston early Saturday connected with one of these wrecked minimum of time. arrange a program of interestto
the rubber shortage is relieved. morning, visit here during the day, planes. Various deductions. permittedwere every member of every employee's

- .f': Production could begin within a spend the night ,at ,the manse and Gay's home was? in Marlington, outlined in an article carried family.: A schedule of events will

"4..1 '). ;:' year he said if the government return to Miami shortly after II W. Va., the son -.of Cecil Gay of by the News last week. Re- probably be arranged during this

..... (Continued on page 8) luncheon Sunday. tha city. I turns must be filed by March 15. (Continued on page 8)



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IMPROVED THE. CHEERFUL CHERUB
American I UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
Becoming an .

I Out who could sty tkt
SUNDAY
W'ithin the last six years more than one million persons cut their last Lesson lire'sl 3-fc.d ? '

ties with the "old country" and became citizens of' the United States. I I It m tte.r..5 not how
there is a rush to be American. Nor is By HAROLD L. LUNUQU1ST, D. D. :
And now, with America- at war, Of The Moody Bible Institute Chicago.. .v iTit .5eem .
fiR BE EN there anthingdifficlllt about attaining citizenship in the U. S.-if one Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Ive -
rya got t pain right i
is fit to be a citizen. The following series of photos shows you some of I

Washington, D. C. the taken by the foreign-born in becoming American now but my-- :
UTILITY SENSATIONS steps I Lesson for February 8 I did enjoy Jo j ,., "

Truman committee tHose chocolatep I '
The hard-hitting .
I Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se
the I
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hasn't got around to lected and copyrighted by International .trezms. '
matter yet, but some hot sensationsare 1Ejr Council permission.of Religious Education. : used by (\1CC.A"! \

in store when the committeedigs -

into the dollar-a-year-man han- A BUSY SABBATH IN
dling of the power phases of the war p t' CAPERNAUM
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production program. /
For years one.....of the hottest issuesin t'tf LESSON TEXT-Mark 12134. :..
Washington has been the power GOLDEN TEXT-I was In the Spirit on q
lobby. It has been repeatedly inves- the Lord's day.-Revelation 1:10. WNU Service.

tigated, and several years ago, aft- a r,L fi r I
er fierce legislative battles, the federal The Sabbath of the Jew and the

power'and holding company Z ... Sh.r Lord's Day (Sunday) of the, Chris- I CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
laws were enacted to curb the lobby. f tian were both intended to be daysof

The Truman committee has con- rest. The ordinary activities of

fidential information that today this life were I to cease and one was to
lobby is more powerfully entrenchedin A' .R be free to worship'and to rest. The

the capital than ever before. manner in which a man uses this FILMS DEVELOPED
For months, it has been operating God-given day of rest is a remark- ,

directly inside the government, for- ably accurate indicator of his spiritual Roll developed and 8 lustrous distinct fin-
the pol- ished permanent Velox glossy prints with
and running power
mulating condition.We one 5x7 enlargement 35c coin. Ritz
icy of the OPM, which was until Photo Service, Box 556, Gainesville, Ga.
have before the account of
production us
last week the key war'
a'very busy Sabbath day which our

agency.The OPM power division is not Lord spent in Capernaum, the city Purposefull\finds
in which most of His mighty works 1
only manned with utility officials, Great minds have purposes, oth-
but they are still on the payrolls of '> 7i// were done, but which ignored Him ers have wishes. Little minds are
In other and His teaching to its own destruc-
private power companies. tamed and subdued by misfortune
words, while presumably workingfor tion (see Ma .-11:23, 24). As we look but great minds rise above them.;'

the government, they are actu- Awaiting their turn to file first papers, in, one of the ante rooms of at our Lord's activity on that day -Washington Irving.

ally paid employees of the utilities. the naturalization bureau. Many of these applicants have known oppression Sundays we learn to what make we may them,do bear with our t-: < I
deluged with complaints -
After being and to cut ties with the past. tree
are
that the utility-ruled OPM'' eager for eternity We find Him in

power division was secretly aiding ....: _......___ .. Z "'"""' ...,., t' w.,_. : ..... ..... : '.. .'J places.I. CHEST

independent rural power co-ops,, the 4 bnYag9y .Fys 'i? In the Church (vv. 21-28). .,' Jti_- .
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house appropriations committee The Sabbath day found our Lord fffiJ / COLD

questioned J. A. Krug, head of the with His people in the synagogue, I

division, on these charges. their place of worship.' The serv-
Krug defended his staff, but the M' ; ice of worship was probably for- /SERY ;
ordered
committee, unconvinced, mal and lacking in spiritual vital- FIRST-rub throat,chest,and back '
him to submit a detailed report on ity but none-the-less He there. with Vicks
+ \t5 f J was VapoRub at bedtime.
assistants includ-
his dollar-a-year e 4'
What have we ,to say if we miss the
THEN-spread thick
salaries they are a layer of :
the amount
ing .
for ,and ",
opportunity fellowship serv- VapoRub on the'chest and cover
drawing from utility companieswhile ice which church attendance brings? with a warmed doth.
working for the government.Two \
months have elapsed since .. Observe that because He was RIGHT AWAY, VapoRub goes to
this important there He (as a distinguished relig- work-loosens phlegm-eases.
Krug promised to produce Z
information and so far he ; 4 : AJrA1 ious teacher) was called upon to muscular clear soreness or tightness- v
helps
teach the He themin upper air passages-
people. taught
has not done so. : relieves coughing. Brings wonder-
the consciousness of. His
All the committee has receivedwas serene ful comfort and invites restful
divine authority, and the people
a cagey letter from John Lord sleep. j
O'Brian, former corporation attor- were delighted and astonished at FREE-SEEDS WORTH $1.001 For 7

ney who is OPM general counsel, j i -dpi His' message. We may not serve packages of Petunias, Zinnias
giving a list' of the power division's :: ; exactly ,as He did, but if we pre- Marigolds,Sweet Peas,Candytuft,
personnel, but has nothing about J. why a sent ourselves in God's house on Morning Glories and Balsam just

their private salaries. However, the W95 P v : His day we)V ill find the way openingfor send name and address to Vicks, ,

little information O'Brian did disclose us to sfcgfe in the worship. K Department, Greens- VSCKS 0 c'

speaks 'volumes. Jesus not only spoke, but He performed boro N. C. .1
It shows that no less than 18 key a miracle. Certain is that .1I
officials in Krug's division are dol- RSVP-This huge pile of appliHere are clerks: checking appli- we could not do what He did, but Earned I
cations is only a small of the cations for citizenship against an Glory J
lar-a-year and "WOC" (without com- part we can be ready to give ourselvesin Whoever his well
pensation) men, who are still on year's total. The girl is sorting index containing confidential in service as well as' in worship, or has no need serves of ancestors.Voltaire. country :

private utility payrolls. hem for further action. formation. in speaking. There is much workto :

Note: Appropriation committee .... be done in the church, and God's _
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... members estimate that the total pay : m. '' f 'y 9Yr1@ti : <<:<' '' : : people should be' ready .and willing .

these men draw from power com- aid Sf to do it. pickled : :
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panies is more than $250,000 a year.
/ / gro II. In the Dome (vv. 29-31). R <<-..
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War Production Chief Donald Nelson : Pink! ;
has privately indicated he will H ?' o From the synagogue Christ went

houseclean Krug's unit. into the home. How appropriate! i

We too should go from the churchto And why? Be-
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BAD FILMS FOR GOOD ro r the home, always bringing withus cause he found :
NEIGHBORS ; the and of the
strength blessing there was a way to relieve that :
Young Nelson Rockefeller, who on worship service. aggravating gas, headache, listless- r '1

the whole has done a good job for :1 ; f : I ? } The daughter of a great preacherand ness, coated tongue and bad breath, ;
Pan American cultural relations, : Bible teacher said the thing she from which he had suffered, due to

has bogged down badly on films for I most loved in her father was that spells of constipation. He tried
our Pan-American neighbors. His ADLERIKA-why don't you? It is
he did not give out the "cream" of
Museum of Modern Art, which was an effective blend of 6 carminatives:
his Christianity in his meetings and
supposed to do this, has been labor- and 3 laxatives for DOUBLE action.
bring home the "skim milk. Too
ing for nine months at a cost of ADLERIKA quickly relieves gas, and
often we fail to bring into the home
month to the bowel action follows surpris-
gentle
$15,000
per government
M r a : Wy the power and beauty of the servicein
-and finally has brought fortha ingly fast. ,Take this ad along to the
the church. We who have been
mouse. : r r 4GiG' / drug store. (;
7 4I very sweet and spiritual in the
Rockefeller and Jock Whitney are
church should not come home to be ,
getting a large dose of criticism Radiant Sunshine .. ;
sour and crabbed. (
about this because they personallyare ill ? / A cheerful look makes a dish a '
Jesus brought a blessing intoPeter's :
interested in the Museum and feast.-Herbert.AT :: !
have permitted an amateur groupto ; ir2 ; home, miraculously healinghis ;
: mother-in-law of a great fever, ; I
run the show-:'into the ground. i xc
setting her free to serve. Here
Without benefit of competitive bid- !
cannot do what He did
again we 600D II. ,
ding of checks and
or system
balances,any amateur after amateur in A courtroom scene during the naturalization of a group of appli- but we can, in His name, bring power DRUOSTORES I

the Museum has tackled the job of cants. The judge (back to camera) is administering the oath of allegiance and blessing into our homes. uRSsaonu

deciding what kind of films shouldbe to the United States of America. III. In the City (vv. 32-34). t'V ,

sent to Latin-America. Here is a From the home the ministry of StsO 'ko'r'tar's "

cross section of the results so far: IIIt"yhri Jesus reached out to the entire city. rr.Itl11QS '
"Better Dresses Fifth Floor," "A ( >Lt. As the strict laws forbidding travelon SD! F !

Child Went Forth," "The City," and the Jewish Sabbath were set essedRelce1

"Power and The Land"-all utterly aside by the coming of sundown, not

unsuited and without objective for only the city but the entire country- 1' t

South America. side brought their. sick and needy.

Some reasonably good commer- y The scene staggers the imagination WNU-7 5-42 !
cial films have been donated, suchas '''; .o.!, as one attempts to conceive of I
'' "'"fjx r'a.
"U. S. Steel, "Greyhound Bus, this coming together of troubled humanity -
"General Electric Excursions in Sci- for the Master's touch. 1

ence," and "The American Can s Mark tells us that He healed many; \\.t

Company's Silver Millions." Also r. '{ >: 1> 1L 4 ;, ...r-. ; Matthew, that He healed all, and -r :
Hollywood has handed over a group f: Luke the is
physician, emphatic in
of pictures, such as "Eyes of the 1: / ii Ii i FliY. : :
Navy,"""Soldiers of the Sky," "The {, !rr ('Y', :4".1 }rj + .n 4)r''nal?yt .," We may learn from this incident Kidney Action
Battle which the best ufa t.
are picturesthat .1 (
r r r 3t that our Christian faith, which has Modern life with its hurry and worry
have gone to South America.. been developed and strengthened by Irregular habits, improper eating and
drinking-its risk of exposure and infec-
Meanwhile the amateurs continueto
our time of worship and service in tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
chatter and muddle over upliftingthe the church, .should not only reflect the kidneys. They are apt to become
over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
films for Good
our Neighborsall itself in the home, but should reach and other impurities from the life-giving
at the expense of Uncle Sam. out into the life of the community blood.
You may suffer nagging backache,
MERRY-GO-ROUND in which we live. The primary in- headache, dizziness, getting up nights.
terest of the Christian in his cityor leg pains, swelling-feel constantly t
Q Navy Secretary Knox has a bustof the of his residence tired nervous,all worn out. Other signs \,
place shouldbe
Theodore Roosevelt on his desk. of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes -
spiritual a desire to bring to burning, scanty or too frequenturination. ,
Bakers in the .
C army quartermaster -
bear the people of the
with upon commu- Try Doan's Pill Doan's help the
corps are experimenting
nity the power of the gospel. kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
"tomato bread, made by adding to- A5k N There is however waste. They have had more than hall a
a
mato juice or canned tomatoes (rich f secondary century of public approval. Are recom-
.r .;> .,,";;. -' -'\-' '. '& 6"i! responsibility which is of much importance mended by grateful users everywhere.
in vitamins) to the baking dough. and that is the extendingof Ask your neighbor 1I
C New York air raid wardens are
that order Last step. Accompanied by two witnesses, an applicant for naturalization Christian influence into every
complaining ,every they
receive is countermanded five min- is shown taking the oath at time of filing petition for citizenship. phase and business of school life. social, political

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JOSEPH {KNW,7:{vs. ;.;.:{ ..fi:;;;}:Y>.:'sqss Y.k7L :9PIXMy7Y++;,Xn Always put knife in boiling water White enamel can be cleaned
is-0vt
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C -- }; pr. ;v.n: Fv}: ,} H .. V" 1s..:.::'.v.....:.....,
for a few seconds before cut- with turpentine. Rub with a cloth

Installment Fourteen "This one's on me. You know "Why, Vince! Come inl"! his ting cake that has been iced. Then moistened in the turps; then witha

that fellow Cutter we were talking daughter laughed for the 'first you will be able to cut without dry cloth. '
,;,\ When Virgie Blake returned after about one day?" time in weeks, it seemed to her. "I breaking the icing. *

... her illness, she made prompt discovery "Oh, yes." scarcely know you." A teaspoon of flour mixed with

. J of Larry's return and plied "Well, early this afternoon I wan- Vince grinned almost sheepishlyand Use a clean sheet of wrapping the hot grease in which you fry

'." Jacqueline with eager questions. Re- dered into the bar here. I had an- helped himself to a chair. paper to roll pies and pastry on. eggs will keep them from popping.

ceiving little information or encour- other guy on my mind, another racket "I've been fixing up a little," hs It saves a lot of cleaning up later. :*

agement, she had not reverted to the ,. entirely. I was sizing up the admitted. "About time." Cut off the leg of an old stockingand

subject again. mob along the mahogany when "But where did you come from? Cover your recipe book with a stretch it over the new broom

But today, when Jacqueline saw somebody taps me on the shoulder.It I'm so thrilled I hardly know whatto piece of 'oilcloth. This will keep down to a short distance above the,,
her bearing down excitedly on the was young Cutter." say." the cover from becoming sticky if ends of the straws. This will' pre-

office, she knew instinctively what "Was it?" "I came down from the farm," touched by fingers soiled with vent it from wearing out so fast

her friend was going to talk about "No less. He gives me a pleasant Vince, admitted. cooking. The oilcloth can be and at the same time make it
and prepared to meet it with show washed easily when it is stained. better for sweeping
h" a smile. Looking for me, were you? "Oh." Jacqueline's smile faded.It :
[:: .- .of indifference he asks. I tried to act dumber brought everything back.
Virgie closed the door behind her than usual and tells him he's got
"Yes, I had to come down on busi-
.- and bent the desk. Her black
over the wrong' number. I don't know "
for Larry. -
1:'>::: : eyes were wide, her.red lips parted. him. 'You ness !
'Says you, he 'laughs. iff'Rr7rois
"How is Larry? She had
.,; }, ::: "My dear!" she burst out in a been tagging after me pretty steady, to ask that. -.

w::: ,:,y.. stage whisper. "Guess what?" Lieutenant. So I thought maybe I "I don't know. He's been stick-
l'J .' ', "I'm sure I don't know," Jacque- could save you some trouble.' I'm
,,;; :-, line You ing pretty::close to the place, but hedon't
ventured for
.. casually. pulling out today good. \
act the he used to. He'sgot 1Z'rnis
way
' ;. : "Mrs. Cutter's here!" might pass the word along anywhereit'll -
something on his mind always -
'
t This much for J do Cool wasn'the
too
was acque- you some good. ,
i. brooding. He worries me. I
... ,
"
line's Her ? ZINNIA,Giant Double Mlxed-
; composure. own eyes
'
bet he's lost about fifteen pounds.
Specially tested blend of
; widened. She little "
I gave. a gasp. "Very. "
Maybe you've noticed it. finest colors. Huge double
"Who?" "And all the time, I thought I was blooms all summer. .)
'. him Vince.
"I haven't
.
seen
,. ; "Mrs. Cutter the old ball and doin' a nice job of playin' shadow." ZINNIA. Fantasy Mixed- Large ;'
r. "No? I rather figured he'd been unusual-looking flowers with
( chain herself! And, of all things Jacqueline nodded vacantly. Her curled petals. S "

;". .. ::: She's a dizzy blonde! You, could heart skipped a beat as Staples down here on some of his trips. ZINNIA, LSWput MIxed-Charming ;j
r. have knocked me over!" Though he didn't say so, and I pompon type for edgings and ;
paused. asked. Did have' cutting. Unusually.fine colors. \ :,
r1f-- never you quarrel -
<: >, "But but how do know?
; ,< ... you "That sure was a good one on with him, Skipper?" These and 700 other flower l\
t f, '-';; : Larry's wife managed. with a supreme me," the detective continued. "1 varieties available' through your
:; ',i-: : effort. "Of course not. local dealer. ;
knew you'd get.a smile out of it, too. '
"Listen, dearie. I.saw them just Well, I guess he's gone, all right. "I didn't know. He's coming down Write Dept. W for "Ferry's De'j.'j-i
tense Garden
Plan" free.
late sometime. I'm Complete
here tonight
\ L' now on the mezzanine. And that So's my weekly retainer. They told go- tested vegetable garden.FERRYMORSE .,';
i IV' isn't all. I got in on an old-tune me at the garage he'd been in there ing to meet him. SEED CO. "j
.' \; family battle! Was she telling him asking, questions about the roads to "But you're not going right back, Detroit San Francisco T..

t\,. where to head in? I'll say she was. are you?" ":,

:;;: I heard her tell him she was fed :; -:'. ,. fflNt& 1 "Not sure." Vince looked uncom- },'1
;; : .- up with everything. She looked it, fortable. He acted as if he had said .
r;\; too! Can you feature it?". rather more than he intended. Honest Return 'Sr S :
Every man should make up his ..
V'; "Not the truthful
quite, was ant -
"Then yo>1'll have dinner with me.
? mind that if he expects to succeed, ,:1
': swer. We'll eat down in the cafeteria so ,
,'
he must give an honest return for
: "Well .
straightened
Virgie I we won't have to waste time getting .2;
up: She wished that she might add I a meal." the other man's dollar.-Edward .
<. H. Harriman. .
more details but none suggested After he had gone 'Jacqueline real-
< themselves Then she noticed Jac- .1/\/\
Cf' ized for the first time how she had
r,: ;: ::'",' queline sitting motionless, eyes I missed him. It seemed so good to :
I t :;<' <: downcast, staring at her typewriter. : ww see him" again." And he looked so *MOROLlNE
I : 1' :. "Jack," Virgie began in, a low V
well. If only he wouldn't insist
upon
I t<;:r\ :t voice, "that didn't hit you, did it?" ) talking about Larry too much. It TRY I ( j

iL "Of course not." The stenographer's still. hurt almost like seeing
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: ; !* hand fumbled in the open
Ji-r.f; ;;;:") desk for a sheet of paper. Mechanically him.And Iiy Liking One's Duty ,':;
iw Larry was coming to the city is ?
.:t.f..c, she inserted it into the ma- The secret of happiness not
,,, chine. If only Virgie would leave tonight! in doing what one likes, but in lik- ?
her. ing what one has to do.-James M. l; ;

Instead, Miss Blake's hand came CHAPTER XII Barrie. I." y.t.

out and rested lightly on a small -:
"; shoulder. The news that Larry was return- :w)4i ypr4 :
,
"Sorry, :dear' That's me every ing to the city that night. leftJacque" So You're "ALL "'

;,_ time. Forget it." line vaguely uneasy. What was,he 6959 Tuckered out,and to much I J "| )!
4 smile ing to do and Vince? work waiting. You may. :"
"It's all right. Jacqueline's endurance ,
She would find out lack the proper strength and :
try to some- '
proved it. Pattern 6959.THESE because you haven't the appetite for the necea- ;.-
As Virgie left the office, the ste- thing about that before the eveningwas .. nary foodt. The Vitamin Bl and Iron la. j

"''; ?- nographer's fingers tapped swiftlyon over. Enough to assure herself smart His, Hers and VINOL help promote appetite. Get pleas ';;

;f-: ': the keys, ,faltered. Her hands f//fF/ that everything was all right as far ., Mrs., monograms show ant-tasting VINOL from your druggist .,

: dropped into her lap. The words she Jacqueline was thinking of the as Vince was concerned.It who's who and 'beautify your '.'J;;

J' had written were blurred. movie she went to see on was nearly dinnertime before towels and pillow cases 'at the Less Boasting '. ;
\', Virgie was wrong. She had to her wedding day. Vince returned to the hotel. He same time. You'll be surprisedhow The less people speak of their i

be, unless Oh, no. She was was in a talkative mood, but Jacque- quickly you'll finish'a pair. greatness the more we think of it.Bacon ", '
.J c. wrong! That couldn't have been Larry's the Windy City. Bu$ I'm not inter- line could not escape from a growing' .
r
',: wife. ested. Well, so long." conviction that he was attempting -

,t"; "I'm Larry's wife," Jacqueline Jacqueline found herself breathing to keep their conversation in Pattern 6959 contains a transfer patternof '
S found herself whispering. She could again. his own hands to a great extent. Several I 12 motifs ranging from 5 by 10 to TO /:

not have told why, but she knew After her coveted spell of weep- times she referred to_.his trip 4'i by 5 inches; illustrations of stitches; oJ stCOLDSgkcck4 'T
that she was clinging to that. Clinging ing, she forced herself to take stockof down to the city and, very promptly, materials needed. To obtain this pattern '\

If } desperately. For the first time. the situation. For once there was. he changed the topic. send your order to: dii ".x

Butthere was an insistent no momentous decision to make. Vince was more than willing to -"',
LIQUID
4 pounding in her ears. Larry's own Larry was gone. Vince was gone. speak of his invention. But with an Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. TABLETS :i

; words. "You're the only woman. She was back where she had air of delighted secrecy. I 82 Eighth Ave. New York 666 NOSE SALVE DROPS .

Only woman Only woman." started. "Shall we walk out to the ,apart- Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat. COUCH DROPS '.
But she wasn't the only Perhaps fate had played enough when had I
asked
woman. ment? she they tern No...........
Jacqueline shivered slightly. There with her. finished their dinner. "It is not I I.far
another With Larry The very ,NameAddress................................ Poor Lenders
was woman. days dragged along wearily, Great spenders are bad lenders.
now. Come 'to find him, to quarrel each one bringing the same routine. Vince hesitated. "I don't know. .............................. -Benjamin,Franklin.

with him in public. There was but one bright spot We've got plenty of time. What do
y dizzy blonde." business seemed be picking "
k"A up. you say to a movie?
., If the spurt lasted, there was a "Whatever you,like, dear."
i When Larry.Cutter stopped at Jac- hope for Jacqueline that it would Jacqueline was thinking of the !;

queline's office door the next after- not be too long before ,she could movie she went to 'see on her I

noon, it needed but one glance from square her final account with Larry. wedding day. She had wanted to go I
those dark blue eyes to confirm his Not quite the final one, either. then to avoid conversation'with Lar- )
worst fears. She dreaded that. Not because of 7 %
ry. She wondered if Vince, possi- %
I That cigar woman had seen and the idea of that last, and legal, sep- bly, was not using the same de LADY WHEN You S
reported. No telling, what kind of aration, but the certainty that it vice. Perhaps not.
\ story she had concocted. And the could not be accomplished withoutthe But her discomfort in- BAKE AT HOME
worst of it was, he could not utter a usual legal formalities and pub- vague
\ creased when her father selected a REMEMBERIT74IEONLY
A' word in his own defense. Nothing toY licity. The neighbor state might let film of the gangster type.
do but- take it. He swallowed an people into wedlock without any fan- YEAST -
I oath and walked into the little room fare of trumpets, but it was too There was a time when Jacque- *
line herself would have absorbed ALLTHESf
with as genuine a smile as he could much to hope that the dissolving WITH
with shameless interest
such
perils ,
muster. would be like that. What
process
VITAMINS/ / '15
"Well, Miss Anthony, I'm check would it be? Charges of desertion, but not tonight. She and Vince ,fbsw
ing out." He felt that the expressionwas incompatability or worse? might have traded places, in a way. FLEI5CHf1ANH o: ow

singularly appropriate. "Bag Time enough to worry over that. He seemed so utterly irresponsiblenow .
in need of And she mlJz4L"
guidance.
I ,
and baggage. The unknown blonde, perhaps.
Jacqueline looked at him and said :. Vince wrote occasionally from the never had felt so old.

nothing., farm. His letters were like himself, Later, in the Courtland street

, "Jack ." he exclaimed impulsively vague and erratic. apartment, Vince's glances wan- "
:J"\ then got himself in hand. "I't Jacqueline was given to under- dered to the little clock on the man-

guess there's nothing to say this stand that he was feeling very well telpiece.

't time except good-by." now, and was hard at work. His Finally, when he buttoned his coat *Per Cake: Vitamin A-'3100 Units (Int.) Vitamin B!-150 Units (let)
"Good-by, Mr. Cutter." enthusiasm in the new invention had with a suggestive air, the girl Vitamin D-400 Units (Int.) Vitamin O-40-50 Units (Sb. Boar.)

Larry hesitated, then turned on not lagged, apparently. He said could endure her suspense no longer. Vitamins Bj, D and G are not appreciably lost in the oven;
his heel and left. nothing about working for Larry, She must learn something about they go right into the bread.
Jacqueline never knew how she save that the latter had insisted he this night's excursion before she allowed -

managed to get through the balanceof learn how to drive the roadster. Vince to get away from her.

the afternoon. There was but one Vince liked that. He was becom- "What time is. your appointmentwith

thing she wanted a chance to go ing an accomplished chauffeur.And Larry?" she asked, trying to MERCHANTS
home. To throw herself down on the then, one September day, Vin- make the tone of her voice casual.
t. bed and let the tears cent strolled into the "
come. Anthony lobbyof "Oh late. Dollarbuys
:w \ Jacqueline was terribly anxious to the Raynear. "How late?" Your Advertising

leave the office that night, but just Jacqueline scarcely recognizedher "Well, I don't have to meet him than and circulation in
as she was preparing to go, Lieutenant father when she discovered him until about twelve. But I thoughtI'd something more space

Staples walked in the door. He smiling at her from the doorway. He start a little early, ,you know." the columns of this newspaper. It buys space and

helped himself to a seat and grinned looked so much better than when "Where are you going to meet circulation plus the favorable consideration of our
amiably at his hostess. she last saw him. His grizzly hair him?"
and its advertising patrons.
"Want to hear a good joke, Miss and small moustache were neatly "In a little restaurant where he readers for this newspaper

Anthony?" trimmed. He wore a natty blue eats sometimes." Vince was becom- ABOUT IT
"I'd love to." Jacqueline placed suit and carried a gray hat, obvi- ing more and more uncomfortableunder LET US TELL YOU MORE --
.-1 ""- her hand to her lips to assure her- ously new, in his hand. A healthytan this direct examination.TO .
k .. A. cplf 1 jl-at 4h(' smile was still there. browned his cheeks. ( BE CONTINUED) I I




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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY,' FEBRUARY, 6, 104S
PAGE FOUR

I the I in second gas tax money ,be .madeas ranuary 1st, 1942, to be Issued pur- ,A .
additional facilities are needed School Gets $100 #
suant to the proceedings of the Com A. I
News and likewise l
The Clewiston soon as possible
corpora'don'would be very unbusi- mission of said City .or the purpose of '
month thereafter for the road paying: the cost of acquiring
every a waterworks -
nesslike to build a general hospitalfor From Acuff Show {
: system and electric
I and bridge fund for maintenance power and I r
Clewiston, public use when: their primary light system, which said systems after ;
Published every Friday In : and construction of roads. being acquired by said
City shall
bo
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, interest"is only in industrial. cases. 1
combined and
(
operated
as a single
Tnc. Civic leaders, clubs and: other Roy Acuff's Barn Dance show I I system, and paying the cost of reconstructing i
organizations should not be too here on Wednesday night netted TIKE RATIONING FOR ( extending, enlarging and
$100'for the school, MONTH APPORTIONEDL. improving said combined system, and It
action. approximately
about some
KEATHLEY noWDEEditor hesitant taking I aro to be payable as to both prlnci-
a large crowd enjoying the program M. Jennings, Hendry county pal said and interest from revenues ,of i t
by this nationally known system.
:
1 given
Entered as second class mall matterFebruary I I tire rationing administrator, ad- You, and each of you, are hereby ry:1 '
1, 1927, at the Test Office in radio group of entertainers. vised today he had apportioned the charged with notice of the contents I
Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of "Greater love bath no man--- Principal R. W. Turk said that I of said petition, and further'notified r< 't.
March 3, 1897.T to February allotment of tires and that said petition filed In this court, .,
the would be used com
K. money
U.
CROSSKEY
ROGER tubes as follows: as aforesaid, will be heard before the
the payment of the motion Honorable (
plete Judge of said '
court
in
LaBelle three tires, three :
Subscription Rate $2.00 Per Ycnr. January 20, 1942 picture machine used in the school gets the Courthouse In Fort :Myers, Florida :
I tubes for passenger cars, eight \ the 23rd day of February. :
Advertising Rates On Application. I "While preparing to defend his for visual education. The machinehas tires and 14 tubes ,for trucks. 1942, at ten o'clock, A. M.'and you, ,
been paid out in less than a and each of you, are hereby notifiedand
countrj" Clewiston gets three tires, ,two required to appear at the time $'
Devoted to the advancement and welfare ] year. ... I tubes for passenger cars, '12 tires and place aforesaid to show cause t

of Clewiston and Hendry County. and 20 tubes for trucks. why if any said you electric have; or and If water any there revenue-be, .

In the fragrant dawn of the morn- New .RAF Flag certificates should not be validated t

ing, in the cool blue dome of the and confirmed in conformity_with the- .r.
prayer set forth in said
MEAVBER petition and .
Given To Cadets NOTICE OP REGISTRATION pursuant to the '
ASSOCIATION sky, laws of the State r-
FLORIDA PRESS
] The' silver wings soar upward, of Florida in such case made and: I.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Hendry County Is required to have provided.IN .
1QHDEFENSE I ;propelled by the men who fly. I flag-nOW a re-registration this year on ,accountof WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
And these .are the sons of Englandher An RAF flies beneath the the Legislative Acts of 1941 hereunto set my hand and affixed
I American flag on the flagpole at (Chapter 20,491, Acts of 1941.) the official seal of the above entitled
clerks and her engineers,
DISTRICT REGISTRATION BOOKS court, at LaBelle, Florida, this 29th-
HOUSING Her writers, her poets her artists Riddle Field. open from the First Monday in Febu- day of January, 1942. .

I .-the wealth of her thousand I The flag was donated to the ary Monday(February in March 2nd)(March and close 2nd). first (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL,

After several weeks of delay and years. 'RAF cadets 'by the West Palm Hours these books are to bo kept Clerk 'of the Circuit Court i K

uncertainty Clewiston has at last They come from her grimy cities, Beach U. S. 0. club and is the open are ,from 9:00: A. M. to 12 .1.1. "of Circuit the of Twelfth Judicial
the State
and from 2:00 P. M. each week day of A
been declared a. defense buildingarea from the earthly realm of her first flag of its kind to fly over an and one night each week ,until 9:00( Florida, in and fpr Hendry
which permits priorities for loam air field in the United States. It P. M. at some convenient place in County. .
,
the -election district. (Chapter 19663, 3t. Jan. 30, Feb. 6-13: 104! ?. j
the purchase of materials for the To defend the land that bore them, was made by the Victory Belles, Acts of'1939). [

erection of homes.It the land that they call home; junior hostess of the USO in West District No. One, Clewiston, at t tI H
Alston's Drug Store. Parker T. Wilson -
was all that was needed to set And theirs is the honor and glory, Palm Beach.Presentation. District Registration Officer. I

off a building program which is theirs is the World to Be was made to Flight District No. Two, East LaBelle, at
Jennings Store, Mrs. Irma Jennings,
likely to shade anything Clewiston When the tumultous night is over, Commander Kenneth Rampklin at District Registration Officer. ,THERE IS CONSIDER.,

has. yet seen, insofar as homes are and the morning is VictoryG. the recent graduation exercises at District No. Three, West LaBelle, ''
:
ABLE
corporation J. Cassidy U. K. the field. has the Union at Green's Service Station, Roy A. ACTIVITY' IN \
concerned. The sugar The flag Green, District Registration Officer. i,
plans fifty homes at once, Bishop- Jack in the 'corner and the red, District No: Four, Denaud, at Post

Wilson is starting six next week Riddle Team Wins white and blue circle designationof Office Registration, Mrs. Clyde Officer.Crawford, District Clewistont I I'r ;.

and planning several more, Riddle- British aircraft in the center District No. Five Felda, at Mrs. (

McKay plan ten at this time and First Half TourneyThe of the flag.JOINS Wood's trict Registration home, Mrs. Officer.Nancy Wood- ,Dis- Real EstaeI ( '
I
thirty-seven ultimately.But COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS !
this is only the begining. FIRE DEPARTMENT open from the first Monday in March >-
(March 2nd) to and including third __
When the construction of the new Instructors' team from Riddle Saturday preceding first primary,

starch plant begins and after it Field took first place in the first Bobby Hare and Dan Padgett have which is (April 18th). Closes mid-
night, April 18th. y
is in operation there will be a half of the Tri-County independent joined the Volunteer Fire 'Depart- Hours these books are to be kept NOW'I

great many new families to house, basketball tournament which closed ment to, replace Charles Benson and open are from 9:00 A. 'M. to 12:00: IS THE TIME TO BUY .
M. and from 2:00: P. M. each day,
one estimate being at least two last week and started out on top Ed Clark who are now in military Sundays excepted, (Chapter 196C3, THAT LOT YOU HAVE i
hundred new ones. That means of the second half by trouncing the service. Acts of 1939).

two hundred houses and it is pro- Moore Haven independents 58-42 JOHN L. HALL, BEEN THINKING ABOUT
Supervisior of Registration,
bable that when they are needed, there Monday night.
Hendry County, Florida. w..
now that the government has given Pahokee took second place in County Board Passes No. 139. 3t. Jan 29, Feb. '5-12, 1942. CLEWISTON IS NOW A"

the green light, they will be ready.A the first half while Moore Haven On New SubdivisionHendry DEFENSE AREA I,. t .,

tied with Belle Glade for third IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
GENERAL HOSPITAL Clewiston 'LaBelle and TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
place. ,
I TilE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN BUILDING WILLINCREASE v I
South Bay tied for fourth ,place I ( County News) '" AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY.
Clewiston is offered the opportunity with the Riddle Mechanics dropping The board of county commissioners i I

to have a new general hospitaland from the tourney after their first Tuesday approved a plat for a IN CHANCERY.

residents should make up their game.A subdivision unit in Sugarland. Parkat NO. 935. GET YOUR LOTS NOW
SOTICECITy..OF..CLEWISTON
whether or not Clewiston after the Clewiston .
minds at once '
tournament will follow the .... FLORIDA,
they .wish such a hospital.Mr. city commission had lent its ap- Petitionervs. .
to be held in of
league play one ....
offers the Carl Johnson draftsmanfor .
Bitting generously proval. ,
the gyms at Moore Haven, Belle THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
assistance of the United States Sugar Glade or Pahokee.:" the United States Sugar Cor- Defendant.' -< rI

Corporation in financing such a Clewiston the second half poration appeared, with the drawing To the Taxpayers and Citizens of
venture but warns' that he connot, starte4 to get the ;proper signatures the City_ of Clewiston, in Hendry CLEWISTONREALTY .- I
by 'losing to the South Bay team ,County; Florida, and all others
even if he wishes, carry: the whole 30 to 27.Plans affixed. whom it may conern:
load. The people must subscribe The board adopted a resolutionto You; and each of you, are hereby and DEVELOPMENT
are being made for an all- notified that a petition has been filed : I
their own money to .make it possible, be submitted ,to the State Boardof
I star team to play well-known, East by the City of Clewiston, Florida,
at least to a partial extent. The I Administration, Tallahassee, ask- seeking to validate and confirm 4 CORPORATION ;
corporation, as usual, 'will carry I Coast teams. ing that 'a remittance of funds per cent interest bearing electric and
water revenue certificates of said Cityin
Its share and more than its shareof due Hendry county for February the principal sum of $175,000.00,

the burden if the people wishto FFA Boys To Attend I;, ,

give their backing but if the .:MNNN:NNN:NN:H:..:NNNNMN:..:N:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:"..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. N:_:-_:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:.1NN:..:..:_:,.:..:..:..:..:.. l
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other steps.In .. ... .y.._.
short, unless some such actionis I .i_. _i. ._...c.y .
Vocational agriculture teacher yAyy
taken, Clewistonites may well i
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Dan of the Clewiston and y
find themselves without any hospital Padgett :::: ::):
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Moore Haven schools will take
accomodations before very long. The yy ENJOY AN yA;
corporation must take care of their twelve boys from each of the schoolsto ...z. _, .. .. <4
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industrial cases which will tax ,., attend the Tampa Fair in Tam- ..z..z..z. .(..;.. ,
pa. The boys leave this morningon .. .. J'.
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present facilities to the limit. If .z. '
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the Clewiston -school bus and .s"z. ALL ELECTRIC : .=..;.
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return ,
I will Sunday., : .s.
There are two teams from each :: : :' '; :;.:>, :;:::

of the schools who will compete .z..z. H 0 M E .. .- ',..,,.'..,'." ...
Bedi .: .z. ... '""')': ';1{' I .,{.
other '
with other teams from state
THE "
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'schools. There are three boys on ; ; 1 .... -" ." i .
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each of the teams to judge beef and :_ If, ;,,'-"' 44rp's ,- "r-- ._ 'f. tF i
SPENDIN'GIS dairy cattle and fruits and vege-I :: : : : !-: _.:. :::: 1S ,

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tables. Four dozen eggs from each )

school have been entered as ex- : : Electricity :is the modern servant; a servant that :i:: (


dlo zeSPENDING hibits.Clewiston boys making the trip I ::;:::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::::;:

are: Elbert Hooker, John Bethea, and that will do efficient- \
Bruce Beardsley, Robert Hodges, ::: .home one everything' quickly' :f L.ly L.:

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Jack Waters, Richard Pape, Tal- .. ;. and economically.j .;... I

madge' Burkett, Martin Waldron, yy y+

Kemper Burke and Bond Philip, Hager McLeod.Lowe, Houston ::::i:: One penny will toast, 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::;: .

O And keeping a home in t.j. hours' of "safe ..* ... -1
two reading light or operate ;
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first class shape -making Kiwanis Club :_::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :_::_;:
is what
repairs promptly ,

every family wants to do. Holds Brief MeetingThe 3i:::. one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use._. **

But home repairs cost cashend +x xxii

cash is often hard to Kiwanis Club held .a brief :::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ',:::i:

qet. dinner meeting Wednesday nightIn ::: : that is all electric and modern. ,' ++

order to permit several of the +A XyA
e :With the ABC Monthly
members to attend a show at the AyA

Payment Plan, home repairs school. AA.z..Z. .z..z. .-

and 'remodeling can An interesting report: was'given ."' -- ::: t

be purchased on easy by A. W. Sias which disclosed that ::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV2 .. !

Kiwanis members had purchased .z... .z..z.
monthly payments small between a' thousand and fifteen .:..;. ,.z..z.
enough to fit almost A
any hundred dollars worth of defense

pocketbookBishopWilson;, i bonds during Jan ry'and that :*.i.*.. ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.. .*..*..

stamp sales at meetings was now Ay Ah
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averaging about twenty dollarsa Ay J
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week. .s.z. ....z..

Lumber Co.A' President R. M. Bishop gave a .Z..z. ,' .z..t..

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ives for the year which he is rapidly +_ :.s"_ : :, ;..;. (

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Miami in the U. S. Army and Edward I

Ray Bass enlisted in Tamps L ..:'.t. .AA...

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rived in Camp Blanding on thE ._.:_: M,"- '-.................................. .It'sI .... _

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1942 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE EIVB: I:


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Mrs H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. 'E. Mrs. Leah Spicer, assisted by Mrs Colt assures Red Cross ::
Beardsley, Mrs. Carl JBerner, Miss Roberta Spicer and Miss Flo- ers that, within the limits of ,
I [ Personals J Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Ralph rence Graham, served refreshments.Miss ailable material, all requests

M. Bishop, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs.B. Leydig was presented witha be taken care of to the
A. Bourne Mrs. W. E. Bolton,
gift from the choir members. meeting the actual needs of
Mrs. M. W. Biggr Mrs. H. V. armed forces and civilians in
Attending Mr. and Mrs.J. .
were
Ed Clark left Sunday to enlist Briant, Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, Miss stricken countries I :
f E. Beardsley, Mrs Joseph RobbinsMr.
in the U. S. Army Air Corps. Evelyn Burhans, Mrs. F. E. Conkl-
and Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mr. and
Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. E" M. .1 I
ing, '
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Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, W. N. Martin, )HIS LAXIER, MRS. TERRY
J Cornette, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.C. .
Mrs. Daisy Yoder is spendingthis ENTERTAIN LADIES AID
: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs.J. .
L. Downs, Mrs. W. E., Dilley,
week in Tampa visiting her G. Niblack and Mrs., R. N. Smith. '\ -
daughterIrs.. Mis. Foy Durrence, Mrs. John De-
John Nead. Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs.
Valcourt, Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs.R. .
T. Dottery, Jr., Mrs. Flora Deans, BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. W. Perry were hostesses at a
Mrs.
Cecile Brooks is
recovering ,
ing of the Ladies Aid
,: : Mrs. J. M.: Francis, Sr., Mrs. C. Society,
at her home from an illness of
at the Center )
Community ,
several weeks duration. W. Fuller, Mrs. J. M. Francis, Jr., Otto Larsen entertained her
Miss Kate Gaines. bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs.J. The program, based on the

Grady Niblick, won first prize of Revelations, was in charge
Mrs. Joe Hilliard of LaBelle was i Miss Harriet Hayward, Mrs. A.
and Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. W. Mrs.. J. W. Ezelle.
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Melvin L. Hackett, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. ,
E. Dilley tied for second prize. The Society voted to
k Pape here on Wednesday.Mr. R. S. Howard, Mrs. H. A. Hedke, ,
.. Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Mrs. O. A. Mrs. Larsen' served fruit salad, cards for flowers in sending
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and Mrs. M.: M. Prewitt and Jones, Mrs. R. H. KnightvMrs.. sandwiches and coffee to Mrs. Nib embrances to the sick, in I

Mr. and Mrs. W. E.' Dilley were Josephine Knight, Mrs. E. 'E. 'Kelly, lack, Mrs. Smith', Mrs. Dilley, Mr's.C. conserve funds for more i

visitors Saturday in Fort Myers. Mis. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. Dean J. Nielsen, Mrs. J. E. Beardsleyand purposes during the war I !
I King Mrs. 'W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Otto Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Mrs. 'G. H. Brown expresses

Miss Claudia Chapman and her Larsen, Mrsi W. L. Lott, Mrs. A. W. preciation to all who had ; J

mother of Sparta, Georgia are guests Lawrence, Mrs. C. J., Lovvorn, Mrs. Mrs. A. C. Carlton entertainedher donations or sold tickets to

of Mr. and Mrs, V. C. Woodward.Mrs. John Lucaa, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, bridge club Tuesday, evening, benefit supper to.be. held in Mrs.'I
Mrs. E. C.' Mills, Mrs. N. V. S. serving. supper at eight o'clock. ,Community Center February

R. S. Howard of Savannah. Mumford, Mrs., J. F. Morrison, Mrs.C. Mrs. J. H.Vilson' was awardeda She announced the
\l'' Ga., arrived Monday for a visit with L. McClendon,' Mrs: F. A. bath set as first prize and Mrs. plans as follows: Ham or 1

her daughter, :Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mueller, Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mrs.J. Foy Durrence. a luncheon cloth as suppers to be served from 5
family. Moorman, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith,I second prize. Mrs. V. C. Wood- tickets for children will be
Miss Ollie Moorman. ward won the traveling prize. the door for. 25 cents, adults i

<'. Returning to the University of Mrs" Grady Niblack, Mrs. ':Ruth Playing were' Mrs. V: C. Wood- cents. The room will be


Florida over the week-end after a I B. Owens, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, 1\11'1. ward, Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Mrs. Foy in patriotic theme. All who ; II I
few vacation their homes I i, Durrence, Mrs. George E. 'Crow, selling tickets are asked to
.. days at R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.,. M. M. Pre- I
..
-- ,here were Dick Patterson and Bob witt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. H. Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. A. W. Mrs. Brown or Mrs. Dilley
and Dan Beardsley. i Lawrence and Miss Claudia Chapman evening the number sold.
O. Peters, Mrs. W., W. Perry, Mrs.J. .
- I-- ----- H, Pressley, Miss Lois Prince, Committees for the supper

t Moye Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Read, Mrs. F. M. 'as follows: Posters;' Mrs.: I

Mrs. R. M. Bishop has enrolledin Rodriguez, Mrs.: G. B. Rackstraw, LADIES AID SUPPER THURSDAYThe Mrs. Martin-Spaghetti.
the Technical School of the Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. Z. H. Beardsley, Robbins, Ezelle-

ti ;,.; Embry-Riddle: School of, Aviation, Shelley, Mrs. 'Marie, Scharnberg, annual benefit supper of !Niblack, Turk, Durst-Salad. I

Miami. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. E. 'L. the Ladies Aid Society will be held 'son, Conkling-Pie. Perry' ,

----- Stewart, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. in the Community Center Thurs- I Rolls. Turner;. Arey-

j J. ,E. Beardsley is again able Hub Spooner, Mrs., R. N.. Smith, day February 12th from 5 till 9 Larsen, Guthrie, Rumpf,
# to be in his office after an operation Tables. Owen, 'Morrison,
Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. G. B. p. m. Tickets for children may
a at a West ,Palm Beach hospital and Thomas, '''Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs.J. be bought at the door. There will Serving' Lott, Dilley, C.

several weeks 'recuperating at his F. Tippey, Mrs. R. W. Turk, Airs be a choice of spaghetti or ham Wylie, Vann-Kitchen. !
x home. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. W. 'P. 'Vaughn, on the menu. Brown. :

Sr., Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs.. Attending yesterday's
:
r Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters and M. E. Von Mack, Mrs.. R. C. SMITHS LEAVE TO were Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. J.
baby sonof Leesburg spent Tuesday, Wilson, Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Mrs
\ LIVE IN LAKE WALESR. I Ezelle, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.
and Wednesday in Clewiston. Mr. ,Ruth M. Wilcox and Mrs. W. ,D.
>' and Mrs. Peters lived here several Wylie.' I C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. Perry,

,; 1 years ago, when Mr. Peters was --. N. Smith, who has been assistant -

s'i connected with the local U. S. :MR. AND MRS. JOHNSON ARE project engineer on ,the air
r f' Engineer Office. HOSTS HONORING SMITHSMr. base at' Sebring, has been 'trans-

'. ferred to Lake ,Wales, where he

J David Larsen left Friday for and Mrs. Carl ,E. Johnson will be resident, engineer on the We Buy and ,Sell .
J the first point his trip construction of airports 'at Lake
Tampa, on
: were hosts at a. chop su . 1i to_ his home.in:Honolulu. Mr. Larsen : Sunday night in honor ot Mr., and Wales, Bartow and Winter Haven. : U. S. SUGAR _
,:'f applied for passage to Hawaii early Mrs. R. N. Smith. "Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Smith came to Clewiston ". ':

in' December. He received a message I Smith are''l leaving ,Clewiston after nine 'years ago,., being one of the Common 'and Preferred Stock ,,:

"t't .:v .Friday ithatjr his passage _had several' years" residence here. first men sent here on the Okee- ,ORDERSMAY... BE 'PHONED COLLECT. -I, -, ,':_'-\-''
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been booked and his reservation chobee-Caloosahatchee project.
: Guests were Mr'.and' Mrs; Smith,
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was waiting for him in Tampa. Mrs. Smith and their children : '
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. Ernest S. Stevens
}, He was not informed whether. his and Mrs. W.' E. Dilley of Clewis plan to join Mr. Smith in Lake
; j! passage was by boat or plane. ton and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couseof Wales ;within a week or ten days. Stock and Bond Broker

Moore Haven. Mr. Smith is an Army Reserve PHONE -1st National :Bank Building- FORT MYERS
Mrs. T., B. Shelley of Miami was:
, Officer and has been ,called into
1 I visitor in Clewiston .on Wednes MRS. C. D. BEATTY ENTERTAiNSOX active service and, although cont-
She was accompanied by her
'a;: DAUGHTER'S BIRTHDAY inuing his work 'with the Engineering .
Mrs. Z. H. Shelley
lieutenant
Cuthbert, Ga., arid her aunt, Corps, becomes a- ; ._ __ '.. d .. d' ,. ._ -.. _. -
/ Mrs. C. D. Beatty entertained a in the regular army. I .-- -
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Mrs. Kate Gaines of Excelsior -- -
I I group of children at her home Tues
Springs, Mo., who have been visiting \
YARN AND MATERIAL
day afternoon celebrating the fourth h
l her for several weeks. Mrs. I
birthday of her daughter, Sylvia. SHORTAGE IS SEEN
d Z. H. Shelley remained here for a
, few days visit with her son, Emmet A Valentine motif was used i in
; decorating the table and Valentine The local Red Cross Chapter .
i r Shelley, and will return to Cuth-
I bert. were given each child as favors. has been advised that there maybe B Liy Defense Bonds ,

Mrs., Beatty, assisted' by Mrs. H.; a delay in received materials for

Mrs. Jimmy Wilson and Dan Anderson and Jane ,Stephens, serv sewing and wool yarn for knitting

'Padgett recently learned ,of the ed ice cream, cake and mints ,to from national headquarters.
'
whereabouts of their brothers, John Beverly Carlton, Bernice Bishop, "Owing to the war and the importance :

and Raymond Padgett who are Charlotte Kruger, Nadine Bembry, of first providing the men it
serving with the armed forces in Eddie Joe 'Davis, Lynn Bogart, Mary of the Armed Forces 'with materials, THE DEPOSITS IN

the Pacific. John is with the U. Jean" King, ,Elsie Anderson, Nadine, the Red Cross is having difficulty in ; ,

l' Ai S. Army in the Phillipines, presum' Mary Fay and Betty Sue Andrewsand securing prompt delivery of mat- "
75 \ ably with MacArthur's forces and L Clifford and Lionel Beatty. erials. The Office of Production : SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ): '

Raymond is a chief petty Officer Management has advised ,us that ;

f'\.a aboard the mine sweeper U. S. S. MISS LEYDIG HORORED there are prospective, shortagesof -'
I Parrot somewhere in the Pacific. WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY most yard goods and have asked HAVE INCREASED MATERIALLY

The Army and Navy Departmentssent us not to order' any more material
!, word to their ,mother, Mrs. Miss Marion Leydig was givena "than is absolutely necessary. Therefore :' SINCE JANUARY 1, 1942 ,:
Charles Moran of Pahokee. surprise birthday party at her we find it necessary to divideup

home Wednesday evening' by members among all the chapters' who ... .
. \ MRS. EZELLE AND :MRS. OWEN of the ,Community Church have requested materials the amount i !

: ENTERTAIN WITH BRIDGE 'TEA Choir. that we have on hand at the 'WE ARE NOW IN POSITION TO FINANCE :
\ The evening was spent informally moment, writes Mrs. Sloan Colt, .

I' Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. W. . _._ ; SEVERAL
-------------- HOMES IN
.
C. Owen were hostesses at a .. :':: :.,. '_ --: ::n=l]=.:}!t ..'
bridge tea at the Community CLEWISTON
Center Wednesday afternoon.. .
I Bouquets of mixed garden flowers, Photo Finishing and Commercial .

including roses, gerbera and asters V I
,were used on the mantel and on
CLEWISTON IS NOW DECLARED A
< Photography
I the tea table _, "
Bridge players were grouped in ._. 24 HOUR SERVICE +
two sections, the winners of high DEFENSE AREA
\ score in each being Mrs. E. C. :.i:: Clewiston Photographic Service ::

Mills' and Mrs. J. H. Wilson, ._. -:-.-, 2 blocks -north and 1 block west of ..:.. .
V second high Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. ;+; Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station .;. '
,/ and 'Mrs. E. W. Durst; consolation,' :.:=:' EDWARD B. SEEGERS :: COME IN TO SEE US IF YOU,PLAN
Mrs. W. E. Dilley and Mrs. J. F.I .: The House With The Red Roof .. : ,
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Morrison. (
The first ,
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fluted glass baskets, second prizes prizes were t: : : ,: :-r-,: :: 'ifij: ;:: .;" q 'il", m ?r., ..' =: :.:.>-. ; TO BUILD ;


I: and were consolation hand-painted prizes waste were baskets novelty I.N. !HI'.N.............NN. ....................................................NNMNNMh., NN. ..........................N.11NNN.INN. . ............ ,
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plates. Cut prize, a large crystal : i ::
I apple, went to Mrs. R. M. Bishop. :: 'I Molasses-Fed Hamburgers '.

i J Guest remembrances were given to

1 ; / i' Mrs. Marie Scharnberg of Staten STILL lOc = I Ii i
Island and Miss Harriet Hayward

I I-r of. Many New York other City.guests joined the i '. At Alderman's Sandwich Shop i : CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

group at the tea hour. Mrs. O. y ,
II. F. Schiffli and Mrs. Elbert StEwart s y: Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week .y:- -
poured, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and :: Taxi Service to Any Part of yI 'i' '
City at Reasonable Rates LOAN ASSOCIATION
Mrs. H. A. Bestor assisted in serving I :':,1 ,. ; \-

sandwiches, decorated cakes and
i 'ALDERMAN'S. i
tea.The .
I guest lisp included: Mrs. I :..r:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..X..:..XK"X"K"H..X..X..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..x..:..:..:..:..:..:. 'tit -' < ." -_-:" I!, .'_ -. '_ '


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REAL patriot is a man who OUR <
can whistle the Star Span-
gled Banner while making out
his income tax report. '

Many are called-only to find it'sa I
wrong number.Gratitude .
to some, Is a lively ,
anticipation of favors yet to ) PETER -
come. :
Motto for motoristsPedestrians ( : i : B. }
should be .seen and not t'
hurt.Husbands PEEVEP' t"
think they know- ] '
but wives know better. x
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The school boy wrote it: "The
Declaration Independence was t
I signed at the bottom."
I Absence makes the heart go
yonder. ;.
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THE AIR. FOLLOW ,
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Teacher-Joany Corsican, can you give ; & ; 4t I )
me Napoleon's nationality? I
Joany-'Course I can.
j Teacher-Yes, that's correct.


DON'T LET .


CONSTIPATIONSLOV YOU UP I .

'. When bowels are sluggish and you feel I
irritable, headachy and everything you !
do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewinggum :
laxativo. Simply chew FEEN-A-
MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-
out being disturbed-next morning gentle,
thorough relief, helping you feel swell I IBy !
again, full of your normal pep. Try H
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
and economical.A generous family supply

FEEN.A.MINTcoioCome '


and Go! WHATS' BETTER
"It's 'an ideal match." THAW
"What makes you think so?" p WATERQ
"Well, he has money and she
knows how to spend it." '


o CORNS GO FAST o

PaIn goes'qulck;corns ]
speedily removed when
yon use thin. soothing
cushioning Dr. Scholl's ,
Zino! pads.Try them 1


I Life I 11 fWorthwhile STEP



Let us endeavor so to live that
,when we come to die even the \
,undertaker will be sorry.-Mark
,Twain. A GOOD '..
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If you suffer from monthly cramps, :'-
headache backache, nervousnessand
distress by functional of "Irregularities"caused monthly dis- J. Millar Watt
turbances-try Lydia Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound-famous for
relieving pain and nervous feelings .: ,, ,,,
of women's"difficult days." :
Taken regularly-Lydla Plnkham'a
Compound helps build up resistance
against such annoying symptoms. r
Follow label directions. WORTH JWNU (Rduuti by Th. Bdl Sri, .

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.. No man is the absolute lord oi NAW! GIG WAR !
his life.-Owen Meredith. GOIH ON! GOT I
TO READ ALL
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the first sign of a chest cold-the
Quintuplets' throats and chests are
rubbed with Musterole-a product I 7// ..
made especially to promptly relieve
the DISTRESS of colds and resulting
bronchial and croupy coughs.
Musterole gives such wonderful results -
because it's MORE than an ordinary o '
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; congestion.Since Musterole is used on I / :
the Quints you may bo sure you're using I
;. just about the BEST product made P J
IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild :
Musterole. Also Regular and Extra I
Strength for grown-ups who prefer
a stronger product. All drugstores., : By

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J44gw; a meeting of the British Iron ? NO HER information on various subjectsht.hK'.MC. |

-' .., and Steel Institute, Charles M. '
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.i 1 \. uvNUSen_ GE SCREEN ADIO Before introducing each speaker, I 1. What city is called the Cityof Washington, D. C. 1
By VIRGINIA VALE the toastmaster intoned: "Mr. Magnificent Distances? 2. Subsilver is -
a term used by
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.f'' New York Heartbeat I Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
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\ President, your Excellencies, my 2. What is subsilver? the U. S. treasury to denote small
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; ,1 Sallies in Our Alley: The strict GARY GRANT, just finishing noble Lords and gentlemen-" 3. Crystallized fine grained lime. silver coins: half dollars, quar ;
r new parking regulations inspired and Old Lace" on The guest of honor was accus- stone is called what? ters and dimes. .
: this one Jimmy Dorsey's drum- tomed to American business meth- 4. What metal has the highest 3. Marble.
; mer came late for rehearsalswiththe the Warner lot at Burbank, ods, but not to such ceremony. melting point? 4. Tungsten.

excuse that he got a summonsfor Calif., is expected to apply for When called upon to speak, Mr. 5. American aircraft carriersare 5. Famous fighting ships and

passing a traffic light I his final American citizenship I Schwab repeated: ,"Mr. President, named. after what? important battles. -

"Well," said' Dorsey, "that's a poor papers any day now. He was your Excellencies, my noble Lords 6. What is the motto of the U. S. 6. Semper Fidelis (always faith-
excuse. Why didn't you stop for his Amer- and gentlemen-" Then moppinghis marine corps?, ful).
it?" "What!" exclaimed the preparing to complete brow, he exclaimed: "Whew, 7. How many islands and islets 7. There are 7,033, of which only
drummer, "and take a chance on icanization when England de- I'm glad that's over. Back home are included in the Philippine 466 have areas of one square mileor

getting a parking ticket?" The clared war on Germany, and would just say, 'Well, boys-' group? I more.SOkE ,

J' other night several scribes were wondering stopped, figuring it as a slacker e I
I about a green-with-envy col- act. When he informed the \.
J yumist's war record "He was
Com- British authorities that he was readyfor
with Herbert Hoover's Food
mission," explained a vet any task they might. assign him
the crowd to, they told him to remain in Holly-
"Yeh, said another, as KALEIGHS
wood. So he began dividing his earn-
R rocked with laughter, "he was the
only casualty when a chocolate ings between the ,needy here and in
England; they got the $100,000 whichhe
cream puff exploded in his face.
&
received for "The PhiladelphiaStory

Carole Lombard, one of the stars ," and he's donating $100,000of

} the 48 stars will always be proudof his "Arsenic" earnings; all the _
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died in active service selling de- money must be spent here. veUABL.ss i
fense bonds. Actors and actresses, .-- Fg&W COUPON S.I

"' directors, producers, cameramen, Loretta Young finally revengedher -REOEEMABLt- _
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electricians and members from all screen sisters who have had
the allied theatrical professions, to take slaps in the,face and well- aci! HERE IS an outstanding blend of 31

have enlisted in some branch of the aimed blows in the name of their stli selected grades of choice Turkish and
their time art.She caught Frederic March
service.
Giving energy, t'
;
and money to playing benefits, buy- bent over with laughter during a Domestic tobaccos-made from the more ':

; ing tickets for them and entertaining scene in Columbia's "Bedtime Sto- expensive, more golden colored leaves :

:: !1*& the Coast Soldiers Guard, Sailors, etc., Marines and li :;'' : < / "ZM@ that bring top prices at the great tobacco

,'" And it was only a few months ago ;;-; sales. This finer quality gives you a mild .'"a

when some Senators tried to stain S ; er finer-tasting smoke Raleighs cost :
yet
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the movie industry by alleging it v Ia
. fir, was un-American! 'ff: ,,' 1 no more than any other popular-priced ..

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,n.,, One thing we are sure of. There ,. ':o4i i1fA+ cigarette. .

must have been a wreath sent by
Glee
the Army to Carole-inscribed with

the highest compliment the Armycan
To wit: "She
give a woman.
UNION MADE PLAIN OR CORK TIPS
was a Gentleman!" -

There's a Hollywood 'couple who i

want to get a divorce, but they can't

spare agree tire.on who gets custody of the _. GET THESE FREE

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Notes Innocent of an Bystander: LORETTA YOUNG

and launched kick which not
; The Wireless: Sec. Knox's release ry" a
only deposited March in the gutter
to the newscasters, that it was
.' crash in Ger- but also left him with his face in a "
bank
stupid to on a
mud puddle. To make matters
many, was good advice. Nobodyis
going to whip ,Hitler but his enemies worse, they had to make four takes THERE'S A VALUABLE COUPON on the back of every pack of Raleighs.
before the 'rightwhichmeant
' to imagine, he reminded.it is in trouble Berlin wants and un-us fo kicks scene,' four was descents into Coupons are good in the U. S. A. for your choice of many beautiful and :

cover our chins '. Just the same, the mud for March.'II practical premiums. Write for the catalog that describes them. :

i it was nice to read in Anne O'Hare -or.-
Brent had his first
kissing
that foreign George
McCormick's Times spot ,-
the scene with Olivia de Havilland in ,
broadcasts'are reaching
't the forthcoming "In This Our Life." .1
ears of stay-at-home Heinies .
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While they were making it Ann
Joe Louis at least got a laugh out
UNITED STATES
He told Ed- Sheridan, who works for the same K O 0e 1
Baer. '
of licking Buddy K
SAYINGS BONDS
.. \ die Cantor why he donated his share studio, was on the set watching, and 1I
Brent seemed a bit bashful. "Go l I
"When I
s
of the gate to the Navy.
overseas," said Private Joe, "I ahead, George, and give her a. real _-S.- A
i r go kiss," urged Ann. "Just pretend sloe Defense Savings Stamps B S ,
) want a boat under me" "The !
Heirs" is that Annie doesn't live here any may now be obtained through j
Court of Missing hunting
J ,"; Brown & Williamson. Send 133 **
A week later Ann and
him more. Table Clock guaranteed by Pocket of satin '
for a 79-year-old man to give Raleigh coupons for each dollar ZIppo Lighter
George were married. Hammond. Rare wood panel chromium. Wind guard. Plain '.:
$2,700. "What fun can a man that stamp. Defense Stamp Album
old have with $2,700?" queried a listener ---7._ 115-v. AC only.7incheshigh. shown above, free on request. or three-initial monogram. ;

;- r b'- "What fun _can a man For two musical misfits who, jJ j
'. that old have?" corrected a blue- couldn't get a break in New York a J jI

.. penciler .' Every week radio is few years ago, because they couldn't I
full of shows helping this and that carry a tune, comedians Bud Abbott -
worthy cause. The theatrical pro- and Lou Costello are doing all
fession should be proud of: its con- right. They got their first good break
tributions. Actors are always first by promising to learn to sing, and

and anxious ,to help, although they succeeded as comedians while they } 1V
were the first to suffer when the government were learning. They've just made o I { ill ;; U I I I

started cutting relief ex- their first record, and are prepar-
'J penses. Remember? ing for their next picture, "Rio '
J! The Story Tellers: H. Hoover Rita." Tilt-top Table.Matched butterfly Single CompactEnglish tan Clothes Hamper with Pearl Py-
: walnut center.Walnut leather. 3 gold initials. Or ralin lid. Airy. Removable
for 'the book review-
; played target borders. Marquetry inlay. double, silver and bronze. laundry bag liner.B .
ers' arrows. He made a book out Gary Cooper probably wishes with
( of his recent Satevepost pieces, all his heart that Lou Gehrig hadn't & W coupons are also packed with Kool Cigarettes
"America's First Crusade been a left-hander. Preparing for
called Red Skelton and Ozzie Nelson NBC Red Network
IN night
TUNE every Tuesday ,
ignoring Pearl Harbor. The Stuff "Pride of the Yankees, the story of
was penned in 1934-35 when the Gehrig's life, Gary''is studying slow- r Oamr a

Roosevelt trouncing was smarting motion pictures of Babe Hermanand r
acutely. The critics were stunnedto working like mad with Lefty r
\ discover that the Pacific battles O'Doul, trying to learn to use that f)

... )1 apparently hadn't' budged his opinions left hand as if it came natural.
I ,?-z There is a timely article ;1.
I in Collier's called "Don't Believe aI We'll lie seeing a new patriotic
Word of It." It tells how the gul- picture before the year is over. It's
lible are needled into disunity tricks "American Cavalcade," and will tell
by shooting off their mouths on the 'story of Mr. and Mrs. America

I planted slanders against our defense through dramatic historic incidents

I.A.R. Wylie spreads a and. music. It is ,intended for Spencer -
nifty tale across the pages of Lib- Tracy and Katharine. Hepburn. !
erty. It concerns people who believe : HERE'S WHAT YOU DO HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN _
that "it's better to have broken RKO Radio is to film the
a going
I I It's simple.It's fun.Just think up "Raleighs are a milder blend, You have 133 chances to win. If I Ialastlinetothisjinglc.lIakoauro
neck than a bowed one." story of General Billy Mitchell, the
] I r j you send in more than one entry,
1 > flying general who was court mar- it rhymes with tho word"now." And they pay a dividend. :your chances of winning will bo II 1
: The Front Pages: The most cheer- tialed because he believed so implicitly Writo your last lino of the that much better. Don't delay. i
ing war story of the week told about that planes were, importantto I jinglo on the reverse side of a Start to save the coupons now Start thinking right now. ;

the! 'Chinese victory at Changsha.Th an army. It should be one of the I Raleigh package wrapper (or a ? 1-
\ Chinese teased the foe into a year's important films. r facsimile thereof, sign it with - - -- First prize $100.00 cash

by feigning weakness: then your: full namo and address, and
trap --7:\ r Second prize 50.00 cash ;
turned and ruined them The mail it to Brown & Williamson originality and aptness of tho line you write.
... It looks as if radio has another Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1799, Judges' decisions must be accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash
Chinese press has grounds for "God Bless America" in "They Louisville, Kentucky, postIn case of ties, duplicate prizes will be I i:
squawking. China doesn't think Can't Black out the Stars and I marked not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will be notified by mail. 5 prizes of $10.00 50.00 cash .I :-

Japan should be 'undersold. What Stripes," a new song written by El- February 14, 1942. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash .1 i
does it matter what part of the liott Jacoby, musical director of the You may enter as many last Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., theiradvertising 100 prizes of carton ;
I world the Axis is trounced in, it air's "Meet Mr. Meek," in collabo- I lines as ;you wish, if they aro all agents, or their families). All. a 8
writtenonseparateRaleighpack- and ideas therein become the prop- of Raleighs! 150.00
inquires, objecting to Germany taking ration with Private Jacob Goldsteinof
wrappers (facsimiles). erty of Brown &: Williamson Tobacco -
r -J the first beating "From Mitchel Field. age I '
Prizes will be awarded the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00
I on
the Land of Silent People; a war --7:+-- I
.,.,. book by Robert St. John, is getting Jimmy Durante, rated as a star fan_.eswese.aremeaess_o.em__muaa.O__________a__________

V'. big handclaps. He was an AP staffer by Warner Bros. since he made I
' -:-: in Yogoslavia when the wolves "You're in the Army Now" and
I came, and'it's all in the book ."The Man Who Came to Dinner," Merchants Who Advertise Have FaithIn 4 :,

Edward Doherty, once of the dailies, says he will revive the famous com- 1
now a liberty writer, recalls his edy team of Clayton, Jackson and :,
1 reporting days" beguilingly in "Gall Durante to entertain the boys in the Merchandise. They Offer to You

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pAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 6, 1942President's ,- [


in his first interview but spiked a IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE cause will be taken as confessed County, Florida.- ,
: Dinner I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF against you and said cause shall STATE OF FLORIDA, '. 'j
'.t:
rumor that the new starch plant THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN proceed. ex parte. CQUNTY OF HENDRY: ; ,.

19 might be converted into a synthetic ANn FOR IIEXDRY COUNTY. It is further ORDERED that this I HEREBY CERTIFY that the .
To Be February rubber plant. Such a conversion Notice to Appear be published oncea above and foregoing Is a true and .' ,
week for four ((4) consecutive weeksin : correct copy of: the original Notice to' '
would be impossible he said, evenif IN CHANCERY. THE CLEWISTON NEWS, a news- Appear on file in my office in said
issued for it had been considered._ NO. 934.MORTGAGE. paper of general circulation published Cause. ;
been -
Invitations have REFORCLOSURE in Hendry. County, Florida, prior to WITNESS my hand and the seal .
the annual President's Dinner whichis Preliminary work on the new LYKES BROTHERS, INC., a corpor- March 2nd, 1942. of said Court, this' 26 day of January -. ,
each February by ClarenceR. plant is going ahead as rapidly' as ation. WITNESS my hand and the seal of A. D. 1942. '

given of the United possible and orders have been placed Plaintiff, said Court, this 26 day of January, (Seal) WILLIAM 'T. HULL, .
Bitting, president vsMORRIS )- A. D. 1942. as Clerk of theCircuit .
'.States Sugar' Corporation in honor for a great deal of the necessary SELCOW and MRS. MORRIS (Seal) L HULL, Court, in and for Hendry :
and departmentheads. machinery. Construction workon SELCOW, his wife, the unknown as' Clerk r'f the Circuit I County, Florida. ., 'f" .'
of his key men, should be heirs, devisees granteesassignees, Court, in and for Hendry No. 304 4t. Jan. 30, Feb. 6-13-20, 1942 "
the factory building lienors, creditors, trustees, or other I '
The dinner this year will be held underway within a few weeks. claimants. by, : through, under or II.I., --- '
against Morris Sel ow and Mrs. I
at the new Sugarland Park Auditorium :Morris Selcow, his wife, ,who are
instead of at the ClewistonInn Sugarland Park- not known to be dead or alive', etc., .
et al., i
as in former years. Only one Defendants. ,
'
time in the many 'ycars'it, has been I

field has it not' been held at the (Continued from Page 1) NOTICE .TO APPEAR :-..... ;. : .

:Inn and that was the year when week.
:
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
the 'new Inn was under construction The building{ which will house GREETINGS:

after the old Inn on the ridge ,had the four indoor bowling alleys is MORRIS S E L COW and' MRS.
MORRIS S E L COV, his wife
been destroyed by fire. It was well along toward completion and ALL PARTIES CLAIMING IN--; 'f f l'I

,held that year at the Barracks. is being constructed'' about a hun- TERESTS .BY, THROUGH UNDER ( I I '
Between two hundred and two dred yards north of the auditorium.It OR AGAINST MORRIS SELCOW and 1
MRS. MORRIS ,SELCOW, his wife,
hundred and fifty people are expected will be finished outside with ,who are not known to be dead or '

to attend the ,dinner, including asbestos-cement shingle siding to alive: ALL PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS ::
BY, THROUGH, UNDER
the members of the board of match the auditorium, will containa OR AGAINST SOL BRODSKY, who is \: : r I

directors of .the corporation. Stock large lobby and dressing room deceased; AND ALL PARTIES HAVING -
I OR ,CLAIMING TO HAVE ANYRIGHT
bonuses will probably be issued I and, lockers in the rear of the TITLE OR INTEREST IN It

'as in former years to departmentheads I I building. AND TO THE PROPERTY HEREIN \-

and key men.' I Ioy'Scouts Also planned for immediate con- DESCRIBED:
It appearing by appropriate,' allega- It.v"
struction are several shuffle-board tions of the sworn Bill of Complaint ;

To Join courts between the two buildings filed in the above ,entitled cause that ,.'n'<-.:'::''oY....... > q /4 j 4- .
Morris Selcow and Mrs. Morris Sel- 4Rih
double handball and
two courts cow, his wife, after' diligent search I
Legion For DinnerPlans several tennis courts north of the and inquiry are not known by Plain-

bowling alleys and a recreationfield diligent tiff to be search, dead and or inquiry alive, ,and Plaintiff after Il {: II-lII I.t' I I

just east of the bowling. alley believes that there are persons who ; ,
are going ahead for the building. are or may be interested in the sub- '
ject matter of this suit 'whose names, AIR \ L H
:Boy Scout dinner at the Clewis- t
after such diligent search and Inquiry r
ton Inn Tuesday night at which arc unknown to Plaintiff and II
they will Join the 'Clewiston RegistrationContinued that said unknown parties claim as CONDITIONEDDependable i
heirs devisees i
Ameri-j grantees, assignees,
'can Legion Post on this lienors, creditors, trustees or other

regular monthly 'meeting ( from 1) claimants by through, under or gJmpt a '
page :
against said defendants above named,
A large crowd 'is ,expected to at- either of the preceding selective who are not known: to be dead or : 'it

tend with Legionnaires and their service registrations will not.be. alive, and are necessary parties defendant \%

wives Scouts, Scouters, Cubs and to this suit; and that said Service E
required to re-register. Those men defendants above named'who are not ,
!'parents of all Scouts' and Cubs in- who reached their twentieth birth- known to be dead or alive are allegedto J I

'vited to attend 'from the entire day on or'\ before December 31 and be -over the age of 21 years; and Low Fares Iii!
it further appearing by appropriate ..
Glades-Hendry district. Dinner will those who have not reached the allegations of the sworn Bill of Com-

'be served to Scours lor fifty cents age of forty-five before February plaint filed in the above entitled
and to. all others 'seventy-five cents.A cause that Sol Brodsky Is deceased, Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida !
16 are those 'required to register at and after diligent search and inquiry
special .program Is being arranged this time. Plaintiff believes ,that there are and the North. :I

which will acquaint all of persons who are or'may be interestedin
Cards have already been receivedand the subject matter of this suit NorthboundLv. I

Mhose presentwith the importance registrants will attend a school whose names, after such diligent CANAL POINT . 4:55 AM 1:25 PM ,. 'I'
of the Scout :and Cub work and of search and Inquiry, are unknown to Ar. TAMPA . 10:10 AM '6:55 PM Costs Less than Driving if
in the of instruction early in the week to Plaintiff, and the said unknown par- LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM
its particular Importance learn exactly how: these cards are ties claim as heirs, devisees: grantees, Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM .,') One Round ''t
present 'emergency.Peterson to be filled out. assignees lienors, creditors, trusteesor Ar. JACKSONVILLE .. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip .1
.other claimants by, through, underor Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:5: AM MIAMI 5 1.65 ,$ 3.00 .
It has riot been learned as yet against Sol Brodsky, who is deceased Ar. LAKE CITY . ._ 2:25: PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE. 4.70 8.50 v '
: Would :
whether or not' the British cadets and that they are necessary TAMPA. 2.80 5.05 J 4
parties defendant to this suit; that Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM
from Riddle' .Field will be requiredto this suit is brought in the Circuit Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25 '
Repeal Sugar ActA register. Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
the State of Florida, in and for DIRECT CONNECTIONS'AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
Hendry County. In' Chancery, by AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY "4.95 8.95
proposal to .repeal the sugar LYKES BROTHERS, INC., a corporation FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
against MORRIS SELCOW and MACON 7.25 13.05
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR l.
:act, by which the federal govern- VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
TAX DEED MRS.< MORRIS SELCOW, his wife, the Southbound-Going
ment exercises control over market- unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, Lv. CANAL POINT'' . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
lags of sugar, was offered Wed- assignees, lienors,. creditors, trustees, Ar. MIAMI. . 8:50 PM 2:30: AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00 I'
(Senate Dill No.. 163) or otherrclaimants by through, underor CHICAGO 17.90 32.25 ,
nesday by Representative Peter I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That against Morris Selcow and Mrs. 1 Returning NEW YORK 15.85 28.55:0-

: Cary. 882 C. Carlton holder. of CertificatesNo. Morris 'Selcow, his wife, who are Lv. MIAMI . .. 10:00: AM 2:00: AM
883, 885, 886 887, 889 890
,
son.Like not known to be dead or alive, etc., Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
other Florida legislators issued the 7th day of September, A.D. et al., Defendants and' that ,said suitis
Peterson contends the 1931, has filed same in my office and for the of reforclosing
emergency purpose ::
has made application for a tax deedto that. certain mortgage upon the land DR. H. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
has removed whatever necessityhas be issued thereon Said certificates
, ;
described in the Bill of Complaintand PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
existed heretofore for this type embrace the following described prop- upon the following described
erty in the County of Hendry, State
property h'ing.being and situate in
of control. Floridians have com-
of Florida
to-wit: .
the County of Hendry, State of Flori-
plained for years that the existing SE& of Section 31, SW i of I da, to-wit:
Section 33, Township 47 S '
Range 1i
;system was unfair to the' Ever' 34 E; Section 1. Township 46 South. '

,glades sugar industry.. Nth of Section 2, S& of Sec 3, Range 33 East. r
His bill would repeal a recent N% Section 4, NE&( Section 6, It is therefore ORDERED that You a .A
Sac and NWY Section 9, Town- and each of you above named and
act revising and. continuing the ship 48 S. Range 34 E. designated Defendants and all par- /f >ual; ,. aty
,life of the sugar' act of 19 7.- The assessment of the said property ties claiming interests by, through, 3
under' the said certificates issued was under or against the above named
in the' name of Tatom Bros. Corp and designated Defendants, and an I 1 _
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed parties having" or claiming' to have :
,Synthetic Rubber- according to' law, the prop- any right, title or interest in and
erty described therein will be sold to the property hereinabove, described '
i to the highest bidder at the court and you and 'each of you are l
house door on the first Monday in hereby required to file an appearance
(Continued from page 1) the month of March, 1942, which is In this proceeding, to-wit, in the I
'gave a', "go ahea'd" signal. the 2nd day' of Match, 1942. above entitled Court and cause on11a'rch
Mr. Bitting, at his offices here Dated this 2nd' day of February, 2nd, A. D. 1912, the same being;
1942. the Rule day in said month, with the
this morning, told a News represEntative (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL Clerk of said Court at the Court H
virtually the same story Clerk- Circuit Court of I I House in the City of LaBelle, Hendry
Hendry County, Florida. County, Florida, and in default thereof -
regarding the synthetic rubber as 4t. Feb. 6-13-20-27, 1942. the Bill of Complaint in said
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