The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00906
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00906
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/ CONTRACT 1. W. BIGG ELECTED Dr. Schiffli Buried Sugar Cane Growers Ask

.With Military Honors

!' ,,: AT HEARING OF BOARD Retention Present

i The body of Dr. O. F. Schiffli, WageS
who died of a heart attack here on
Tuesday of last week', was taken to
Washington following services in ale For Harvest LaborNavy

West Palm Beach last Friday and
, The first W. Bigg of Clewiston
was laid to rest, with full military I --------- -
I sugar cane contracts was last year elected treasurer I c
honors, in .Arlington National'
,United States, Sugar the United State Sugar Corpora Cemetery a4 9:30: a: m.. -Monday.A I Recruiters To Hearing By D. of A.
1 1 and the several was named as a member of I
guard of honor from the Amer-: I
I ers of sugar cane who board of directors of the cor- ican ,Legion met the train Sunday I Be Here Saturday r Officials Held Here
i cane to the corporation for, at the meeting '
morning and accompanied the remains I II l__
ing was voiced Tuesday on August 18 in New York,
I to the receiving vault at -
\ .at a hearing held in the I was disclosed Wednesday by Arlington where it was kept until.I Eugene Kozloff, in charge of the'I On Tuesday
at Clewiston by R. Bitting, corporation
U. S.
Monday morning and taken to Fort Navy recruiting substation in -
of the Department I -I
tatives Meyers Chapel for services. This West Palm Beach and Yeoman I Af the sixth
appointment lo hearing con-
culture. Bigg's was
was a Catholic, mass conducted by Gostin of that office were in Clew
This dissatisfaction was the vacancy created by the I ducted by representatives of the
an army chaplain. iston until noon today accepting
Ly R. E. Kurtz of Fort of Frank L. Allen of Department of Agriculture here
Following the services the body volunteers, in the Navy. Two were
of the largest of the York City who resigned be- Tuesday at the high school audi.
was placed in a caisson pulled by signed up while here, Buddy Strick
.growers and was of the press of other business I I II torium for the purpose of receiving
horses and the procession moved land of Moore Haven who works I
.deduction from contract. which prevented him giv testimony for the purpose of fixing -
II to the grave, led by a full military here with the U. S. Engineers and 1
made by the corporation the amount of time to 'sugar a fair minimum wage scale for
I another
band with drums muffled and the whose name was, not learn'
last harvest season because business which it de I sugar cane harvesting and cultiva-
f' rifle squad. The guard of honor I ed.
.cessive milling costs for ; tl tion and for determining the
i son and also the belief Bigg thus becomes the sec marched just behind the caisson The recruiters went on to" Moore amount the processor should pay
with the flag-draped casket.A Haven to
this afternoon
spend and
I independents had not member of the Clewiston ad independent growers for cane,
I equitably in the increased I staff to have member- short service at the grave was will return to Clewiston tomor-I Clarnce R. Bitting, president of
conducted by the chaplain after row (Saturday) and remain here
ceived for molasses.It on the board. The other is I United States Sugar Corporation,
was admitted by the W. Moran, executive vice- which the rifle squad fired three all day. In the morning they will I asked that wages paid last season

: that their figures 'might, be and general manager of volleys over the grave and'the be at the U. S. Engineer reserva- for this work hold _good, for the
-i! and they only asked that corporation. bugler played taps. I I (Continued on 'page 8) coming season. Other growers
The service was 'att nded by Mrs.
given to iron out details present agreed that those scales
Schiffli and three sons, Mr. and
contract before the D were as high as they could be expected
Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg, Mrs. Josiah
Agriculture passed, on the BOARD NICE CROWD HEARS to pay.
Ferris and Dr. George of Washington -
for the coming year. The
was opened by How-
his brother, 'H. J. Schiffli of
agreed: to by the presiding Chicago and his sister from Bryon, ard 'Rooney of the department 'so
.at the afternoon session HAS BIG BONDFIREIN Ohio., TALK. MONDAY NilE licitor office who read the notice

for the purpose of of the meeting setting forth its

.should prices which receive independent from the MIAMI TUESDAY Riddle Instructors BY LIEUT. D. SMITH purpose'and the first Mr.witness.Bitting Mr was Bitting swornas

: Clarence R. Bitting, cited the many perquisites which

the U. S. Sugar Take Over Pool RoomThe I sugar corporation employees ,enjoy

strain_ the first witness at of the ,Everglades 'Drain- I A nice crowd was on hand at and add substantially to their

ernoon sefsion ,as, at the District in Miami Tuesday the high school auditorium Monday'I wages, the efforts made by the corporation -

ing in the morning and'gave one of the biggest bondfires instructors from Riddle I night to hear Lieut. Dewitt: M. to provide them with entertainment

t outline of the provisions the history of the state when Field have leased the pool room nl) Smith of the U. S. Army Informa-, and the employees'
contract which the the' Goff building and are using participation plan which paid ,out
applied a match to cancelled tion Center in Miami make a talkon
processor, has with the unissued bonds of the district I this room as a private club for I the importance of the Air Warn this year more than $150,000.He .

cane growers, for the the amount of some fourteen pool! billiards and other recrea ,ing Service and present an illustrated pointed out that during the

their cane. fifteen millions of dollars. I tion. ,I lecture on the service and the hearing in 1941 it was shown that
He was asked by C. M. larger part of the bonds It is understood that the cafe)]I work of the Interceptor Commandand average daily wages for workers

\ son if a, provision was used were forty bonds of a room adjoining'the pool room will: to give some idea of what in the sugar: harvest were $2.26 a

first time this year million dollar denomination I also be taken over and converted should' be done ire. case of an air day and that figures; for the past

corporation can charge the were signed but never is into a recreation room for the raid. II I season showed an average of $2.96

i. ers certain' percentage of for work In, the drainage dis- wives of thg.'instructors.PATTERSON_ I In his talk Lieut. Smith emphasized I' or an increase of 31 per cent.
__ costs. Mr.:,.:BJltiine. ; heu ( Tr ":
and which iU "uncovered by
: Mr. Bi
'" the necessity-of 'communities gf.alsO\: called attentionto
this clause f
the contract
drainage/,board in Tallahassee rtaklng'an" individual part in the ill effects of absenteeism

Tides for Continued charging off Page'a \ nUy. Others were a few re APPEALS ,aircraft spotting as part of a net- and how the ]laborers; by deliberately
( on
I bonds and' some taken in work covering the entire nation.He I laying off from work, had low

5)M. the state in settlement of explained the set-up of inter- i ered the average daily earnings of

:j' Workers- Needed FOR UNITED EFFORTIN ceptor command and how the sections : the groups. Figures introduced

t burning of these bonds was function for the defense of the,' showed '''how this had .affected_the,
Make Bandages culmination of a final decree country from raids by the enemy. )harvest and how, had the 'men

Circuit Judge Paul Barns of SALVAGE DRIVE Each and every observation post in worked, the total number ,of men

i Red Cross Miami district in a suit against even the most rural area is vitalto which had to be kept on hand
: ,
\. district by W. O. Lasseter who the system of posts in more could have been materially reduced.
R. Y. Patterson, chairman of the
the plan of debt composi- populous areas. The corporation's recommendedrates
& A quota of 9,000 'surgical of the district in bankruptcy. county defense council, urges every He brought out thatthe' air for harvesting, different varie-
I, ings has been assigned ,to_ district, the nation's largest citizen to. get ,behind the present I warning system, set up so as to ties of cane were then given, 'inmost
'' drive for metal and make
: iston chapter of the for reclaiming swamps and scrap give an observation post every few cases an increase from the
i Cross and work on them lands, reduced its debt the drive a great success in the
miles had reduced to a mere frac- price paid last year and in asking
immediately. At least some seventeen millions to county. tion the number of planes needed Ito that hourly wages be kept the

, 1. volunteer workers are ,000 including interest. by the Those.ywho have scrap metal, can protect the coasts of the United same as last season Mr. Bitting said
Ii' needed ,for this task. plan and the present pile it up at their homes or placeof States. Also, because these ,posts that, this idea was supported by the

This is the first' time dness is ,in the form of new business and it will be called { are manned by volunteer civilians, Secretary of Agriculture who had

gical bandages for war held by the Reconstruction for by Paul Emrich, chairman of many thousands of troops are re- recently decried the vicious spiralof

been made in Clewiston. Corporation. The tax levy the county salvage committee if I leased for combat service. inflation generated by present

Red Cross chapter was the district has been reduced notified. A postal card to Mr. Lieut. Smith said the informationcenter wage increases.

one of a group of, smaller about two and three-quarter Emrich .in South Clewiston will be 1 preferred that the posts be Upon questioning Mr. Bitting said

--- to join in tins work. 'Mrs. of dollars annually to the only notification needed. manned by spotters working in that female labor might have to be

Zanier and Mrs. E. L. and the district now has Hendrv County_ made a most excellent I pairs on a two. hour shift twice a I used on lighter labor this year but

ceived a four-day course hand a balance of $297,866.90 record in the recent, scrap week, but that each community indicated that the use of childrenwas

work in Miami'recently, I more than covers the RFC rubber drive and now the federal would have to'work out its own not being considered. He said

the various requirements for a reserve. Inter- government is appealing to the I' satisfactory schedule. In many ,that some trouble in recruiting labor

of bandages to be, made. payments made for January 1 nation for every bit of scrap metal localities, he ,said, workers have I would no doubt be encounteredas
work has been approved on July 1 totalled $211,509.77. it is possible to collect. I formed a club and enjoy picnics and all industry is having such
quarters in Washington (Continued on page 5) trouble. Mechanical harvesters he
Half of the steel that goes into social affairs, and he believed the ,
have been designated as, many of 'our guns, planes, and ships club spirit would help to make the said, would be used only if cane
( and co-chairman of surgical Team Retains must come from scrap iron. So, work more interesting.It cutters were not available and then

: ings in ,Clewiston." (Continued on Page t) is said that each' call sent in only to supplement the labor' at

Several ladies liave Lead In Bowling by plane spotters 'affects some 150 hand.Walter
instructors in this work Seward
in representing ,the
Fire Gets people the filter center throughthe
from Mrs. Lanier and Mrs. Department workings of the system Fellsmere Growers was the next

", and will be on hand to complete list of bowling match and is handled so rapidly throughthe witness. He read a letter from
ginners and to teach the in the Sugarland Park bowling Its New InhalatorThe various sections that defense the manager of this corporationwho

the production room. for the past week was not ships can be in the air only a could not be present in ..which
have completed the (Continued on Page <)
this week and results only minute and a half after a call reporting -
'0 course and are assistants 'Tuesday night's matches are Clewiston Fire Departmentwhich
a suspicious plane is put
surgical dressing work are but the score board on recently raised funds by a I I through. The red flash can be used Kiwanians Discuss
M. Bishop, Mrs. F. : showed the Field team dance and by popular subscriptionfor report other things besides air
I Mrs. Dean King, Mrs. V. C. the purchase of an inhalator I II Ito r
perched in the driver's seat
plane raids, such as fires, sabotage Program OutlineHub
! Mrs. R. C: Wilson this week received the equipmentand
ward, ; eleven wins and ope loss for of public works or accidents, and
R. Hall and Mrs. F. E. I beautiful .916 average. The I will receive the first course of help would be dispatched quickly.

; Mrs. N. y. S. Mumford team was in possession instruction next Monday night in Spooner, chairman of the
fied as cutter and will be in second place with five losses and its use from W. M. Bradnack of Every plane, whether it be a program committee of the Kiwanis
" I the U. S. Engineers.The I I private plane or an army or navy
of all the cutting of defeat for an average of 833. the filter I Club, made a talk at the regular
plane, is to
the bandages.The i ii Jumping' from the lower ranks inhalator ,is used in cases of reported meeting of the club Wednesday
center before it leaves the ground.
i chairmen and third place came the' the Cen- drowning or asphyxiation and will I I When a call is made by an ob- evening in which he urged that all

volunteers are meeting Whirlwinds with seven be kept at the first station at all servor the" plane reported is checked members make an effort to en-

1:30 in the Community two defeats and an average times. Should anyone have use fort by a representative of the Armyor courage attendance at meetings of
set definite hours and days .777. The top notch Commis they may-go about getting it lagging members and to recommendnew
the Navy or the CAA and if
work. For the present team, winners of the first exactly as they, would turn in a fire members for the club.
munity Center will be had dropped to fourth place alarm and it will be delivered as (Continued on Page 8) This preceded discussion of a

surgical dressing room, nine wins .and three defeats rapidly as if there were a fire call. program outline for future meet-
and hours will he posted a .750 average The Person- Eight men in the volunteer department ASSISTANT CLERK QUITS ings and the program for next

It is strongly urged that Real Estate and ;Steammakers have completed first aid week has been put in charge of the
," can give a portion of thir e all. tied for sixth place with courses and the course in use of Mrs. Ned Hager, assistant clerkin Education Committee of which J,

this very important work average of .667. inhalator will make all of the local selective service office E. Beardsley is chairman.

to 'help with it, and On Tuesday night the Field took them well, able to handle the new has resigned her position and will President Ralph M. Bishop appointed -

of those connected with games from the .Harvesters, equipment., leave the first of September for a committee to meet witji
mediately. The August P. M. S. took three from the Another Inhalator is'- owned by Miami ,to be near Mr. Hager who is the city commission in ,regard to
for Clewiston is 9,000 l Office and the lowly Do- the United States Engineers -making located there with the U. S. Navy. the possibility and advisability of
Since the group was did much by walloping the two of them now available in Miss Martha Nell Alston will take moving the Clewiston observation

(Continued on Page Scrubs three straight games. Clewis ton. her place in the office. post. \ _' .

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I like when I'm awakes u'

a.11 night

/ GRANVILLE CHURCH \/ thJorrie..s that I

W.N.U. SERA/ICE / have ,to fight
I To 'he? r the milk mencome
THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and Curt jhought he detected a sar- Inspecting the job in hand, ques- iWNUSemc.
his wIfe Lee, are on their way to Tierra donic overtone and waited for the tioning the capacity of that size their rounds
Libre when Jeff receives a note from other to go on. culvert, passing a few more words, During Mr. Winchell's absence, on vacation With wholesome ,
Zora Mitchell warning them not to come. his column will be conducted by trebssuring
"Then arrived my aviators. They took twenty minutes. Montaya took sound .)
organized Jeff is to be fruIt chief company.engineer They for a arriveIn newly showed me that the wind is bad for little or no part in the talk. Once guest columnists.By .
Tierra Libra to find both Zora Mitch that location. And the wind here Curt noticed the senor looking at. LIONEL BARRYMOREWho \-c--

ell and her husband dead, and Jeff suspects never varies much. So," Montaya tentively from him to Bill Henderson ( needs no introduction.) c '
they were murdered.. He learns spread his hands, there was no but gave it no thought.On o t
from Jerry Mclnnls, a former associate steering, "I built new hangars at their way again Curt said, Every actor knows what the critics -
who works for a rival fruit company, the upper end of the field, the site "Darn good worker, Bill Henderson think of him. These industrious
that there is something strange going on selected." gentlemen who distribute plaudits
they Only fault is he never could leave
because and that they Mitchell knew and too Zora much.were A killed con "And the old buildings?" i liquor alone. He can usually handleit or brickbats, according to their
"I will tear them down when I views of plays and performances,
versation with his employer, Senor Mon- but it does him out of a future.
taya confirms Jeff's suspicions. Mon- need the materials Meanwhile, they Montaya shrugged noncommittally. } have the benefits of their news- WNU Features.
taya shows him pictures of Zora's body. serve as a bodega. I have some paper circulation to broadcast their

Her fingers, holding a German gun, are I choice stocks of rosewood and hard They reached Tempujo by mid- views.

not tightly clasped; as they would bo M mahogany curing there. And ciruc- afternoon. From here they'd take a. Now, having been offered the 4
she had pulled the trigger herself. lillo. Also much pipe and pump of Walter Winchell ,
power launch up the river to the space my friend MOOLllE74 t
machinery which I was able to pickup with whom and
main levee camp. First, however, I often agree just as
very cheaply in bankrupt sales. Montaya led the way down the often do not, I have the opportunitynot
CHAPTER VOn One must save where one can. For ridged asphalt footpath to the Tem- often vouchsafed the actor to

the overhead irrigation system we pujo engineering office. talk about the fellows who talk about
his way home to lunch Jeff's install later. I shall send you the him, in print.Of .
Half of this building, all one side
springy as a boy's. As he inventory perusal.
tep your
of it with the critics there
was a single large room great stage What Causes
slam behind him Buddy
let the ,
Twice on the run Curt stopped what
almost continuous windows in three were some who honestly wrote
and Chuck jumped from ambush be- Montaya "to inspect the work of bal- walls. they believed in of hell high Your
abouta Here was drafting ,equipment, spite Constipation?
hind the hedgeThis brought
in On the second
lasting progress. engineering instruments.An water and the newspaper's business ,
the lawn until the
free-for-all on where a crew was cribbing a )
stop, office. No resented being
native at actor ever The foods
resultant bedlam made Lee watch- intelligent-looking super-refined we eat
section of the roadbed and installinga
criticized of these men. In these too often do not
by days
in chargeof one give
from the screened livingroom- present tracing,maps, was
ing culvert he found the engineer in "
fact their knowledgeand us enough "bulk food. And
the office. Lauriano Duro bowed we respected .
veranda fingers to her ears. '
put charge was a man he'd known pre- medical science tells us that
"Hey, Man-mountain!" she calledto viously in Tierra Libre. stiffly when introduced', then wenton views, and often benefited by lack,of sufficient "bulk" Is one
Curt. "You're worse than the with his work. constructive criticism. The same of the commonest causes of con-
boys. You know better, they don't. Bill Henderson was a lanky, hap- While Montaya selected a coupleof applied to playwrights, when these stipation! \
individual If that Is trouble, harsh
py-go-lucky a mop critics analyzed play. your
remember. maps to take along on trip
We have neighbors, cathartics and violent
Curt snatched up the youngstersto of sandy hair burnt by tropic,sun. upriver, he explained, "We maintaina 1FIRED, ,are, at best, only temporary purges ,I
like leather his
His skin was eyesso remedies. How much better to
march inside. duplicate set of our important ACTOR TURNS
straight and pale that they made get at the cause and correct It!
"Lunch ready? I'm starved." drawings here, Mr. Curtis. ,This CRITIC AND ROASTS SHOW a
Why not make that +
him seem to stare. But for all his sure you
"Yes, but you!" she eyed him sor- rough exterior, he had a sheepish serves. two purposes, convenienceand Sometimes critics are evolved in are getting the "bulk" you need
rowfully. "Look at you. Your only air in greeting Curt. insurance against fire." strange ways. Years ago my brother by eating Kellogg's All-Bran?
fresh whites! You look like a street Curt nodded approvingly All-Bran Is a delicious, crispy
fella.." Henderson John and I were in a traveling cereal that millions of folks relyon.
"Hiya, grinned
cleaner on\a\ rainy day. other half of the building was
repertory We had a Eat All-Bran yourself-eat it
Curt chuckled and pulled her to amiably, it might have been only further divided. A screened porchin friend, Fred Butler, a newspaperman dally-and drink plenty of water I
him. front was combination livingroom -not only to get regular but to
whom to
persuaded come
"Well, you didn't marry a glamour and outer office. In back of this we keep regular. All-Bran is made
along and try being an actor. Thiswasn't
by Kellogg's In Battle Creek. If
I won't need these rH\, small bedroom.
boy. Anyway, was a Through an
in any spirit 'of discovery.We your condition is not helped by
again for a while. I'm making the open door on the other side of'' the were great cronies and liked to this simple treatment, it's wise
first round this afternoon, so get bedroom Curt'could see a shower to see a doctor.
be together. Also Butler had a gold
and field clothes. And cubicle.
my l
I tooth which could always be pawned
pack my' old musette bag for over- "This you will find'most con- when broke.
night. Won't be back till sometime venient when your work holds you we were
tomorrow." at this end of the planting," Mon- The company got as far as Minne- IRRITATIONS OF

During lunch Curt was full of thejob taya remarked. "You use the mess- apolis when the director decided that 5.1I II N EXTERNAL CAUSE + t
Butler was no actor, and, much to
ahead of him, but the meal was hall for meals.
the dismay of John and myself, acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
nearly over before he realized Lee Curt grinned. "Good enough! ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
hadn't been listening with the prop- They had thought of everythinghere. "fired" him. Butler went out and miseries with simple home treatment. -
landed ajob a Then Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
had on newspaper.
ar enthusiasm. That pucker .
healing: by killing germs it touches. Use
returned to her forehead and it The old Tempujo radio shack xat he talked the editor into letting him Black and White Ointment only as di
s : review our' shows. Gleefully, he rected. lOC,25c,50c sizes.25 years success.
brought back a string questions to the river dock now housed, the dispatcher Money-back guarantee. 42T Vital in
his own mind. He paused to give and his small switchboard "roasted" them, and John and ]I cleansing: is good soap. Enjoy famous
her a chance. that served Tempujo. Here ended used to laugh over his "roasts" at Black and White Skin Soap daily.

bout, Zora Mitchell, Jeff," she the' two ''telephone ,lines, from San. dinner each night.. But they drove '"

began. Alejo, one "used by the dispatcher, the manager: wild.I :
"Yes." Curt set down his glass of one for general utility. They' still remember, one gem in which he /To Relieve distress from MONTHLY

iced tea, carefully. "I saw photo- maintained the radio, too, against deplored that a good play "could be

graphic evidence this morning. They k'T'I' emergency. Montaya, entered* this' utterly ruined by an insignificantyoung FEMALEWEAKNESS

took pictures when they found her.I office to talk with San Alejo before actor named Lionel Barry-

reckon it's pretty conclusive." He- leaving for the levee camp. Curt;- more."

tried ,to speak, lightly. strode about outside. George Bernard Shaw was a great

She was silent a moment. The dock hoist was lifting a huge critic, in the days when he' reviewed Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
"But her child, so little and all case from the deck of a river steamer. for London publications. True Compound to help relieve monthly
plays ,
alone. I kept thinking all morning It of the crated airplane pain backache headache, with Its
ll was one he sometimes wrote terrible things weak, nervous feelings-due to
what if it were Bud-" Lee bit her ilJii1a wings Curt had seen in the about them. But any criticism of monthly functional disturbances. -oJ
lip. "Don't think Jeff we could wharf shed Cabeza. Taken regularly thruout the I
you his was tempered with justice. Mark month Plnkham's Compound I
take her until arrangements are Rising up over the edge of the Twain once tried his hand at dra- helps build up resistance against ,
made to send her north?" wharf, it loomed even bigger than matic criticism on the old Alta Cali- Thousands such distress upon of thousands"difficult!: of days.girls

"A swell idea, Lee! I should've lr Curt had thought, bigger than neces- fornia in San Francisco, but never and women have reported gratifying .

thought of it myself. They're look- r sary for the plane he'd seen ,on the became ,really, interested in it. Well benefits.worth trying Follow label directions.
ing,after, her at the hospital nursery.I'll ground at' the airfield that after-
speak to Montaya this after- noon. The motion picture brought abouta
new technique in criticism. The ,
noon. The Negro rolled swift, even at J
--Curt reached the San Alejo station \ # this season,' obliging the launch to early "tintypes" were ignored. LA'IN

before Montaya, equipped for fight' its way upstream. When they Then, as pictures grew in stature, TO CHECK R

the field on this first tour of the reached the ever-moving camp of critics were forced to write about'

C. A. T. tract. the levee gang it was too late to go them. At first, many had a feelingof \

He kept his promise to Lee, rais- "Uh, no, Curt, I cut up a bit one out on the job that night. After a hostility, but this gradually disappeared -

ing the subject of the Mitchell. child night." wash-up, Montaya and Curt busied and today a fine picturelike

before they set out. yesterday they last met. "Heard themselves with maps and progress "Mrs. Miniver" is reviewed by y take666

Montaya studied the ash formingon you were coming." reports in the office tent, until the the keenest dramatic minds among
the end of his cigarette. Why I darkness drove the the writers of the press.
so "So, Bill, you finally broke away fast-obliterating: \
much deliberation, Curt wondered, from Associated. You threatened to construction gang into camp. I
over so simple a matter? r He often enough." Again Curt ''found an old friend NEW KIND OF CRITICISM '

frowned At length Montaya spoke."I "Well, uh, guess it was the other I among these workers. EVOLVED BY MOVIES Wh9 1fr: :
have" been unable yet to locate way around,'Curt. They broke loose "Slats!" he ,called to the bulky Motion pictures have evolved a

the relatives. According to our rec- from me." man pushing his feet wearily down new form of criticism which the ;
ords there are only two-sisters of "How come?" the camp road. "I'll be' damned!" public never sees. Pete Harrison : RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

Mrs. Mitchell, and they-ah, travelin "Oh, reckon I went on one too "Hello, Curt! Glad you're on the started it, with confidential reportson !
theatrical work. It will take timeto many benders." job..It'll seem like old times again." pictures to exhibitors. 'He told i iI

make arrangements. If Mrs. Cur- "What! Have they gone Sunday "Has all the old guard left 'Asso- them what to expect from the pic- I

tis will be so kind, then. The childis School on us over there?" ciated, Slats?" ture, from a showman's point of: H7iq I

not happy at the nursery." "Uh, no, Curt. I cut up a bit one "No. We've got .a number over view, to equip them with advance 1
As they rolled down the moun- night." here, but I reckon you won't know information on the handling and exploitation -
tainside Curt had a better view of "Oh." many of 'em. Myself and Bill Hen- of a film. I.

the airfield than from the unexpected Curt surveyed the other. Under derson-"
An adverse meant that too
glimpse of it the day before. Henderson's open shirt were spots "Yeh, met him." report Large Bottled ratf tmM: ]'1 -Sma"Size 60c
Again today Curt noted the lengthof and blotches of dull red forming'asolid "-and Steve Harvey, and Law- much expenditure for advertising, H Ul COOD DRUC STORES or BI MAil a iccupt if prici

the field, 'but at once realized well only us, I for instance, was inadvisable. On McNEIL DRUG CO.,Inc.
a blemish of the skin, ending son guess, the other hand when he praised a 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville, Florida
long' runway was for the old ,
necessary jaggedly at'the collarbone. Curt remembered from days.
this meant that the exhibitor -
heavily loaded planes. His eyes that Henderson had always Slats, naked to the waist, his dirty picture,
the wholehog"
traveling down the wide strip caughta been ,too lazy to, treat this skin shirt slung across his shoulder, a was .safe in "going WNU-7 34-42
glimpse, but hardly more than fungus. filthy hat pushed back until sweat- exploitation.

that, of what seemed to be a dupli- But there: : .was.. ;: ;something: : decidedly soaKea hair escaped !in a tangle. Today there ,are numerous trade '
cate set of buildings at the far end. peculiar ,Henderson's manner, showed strong teeth as he smiled, magazines, which review pictures in ;;111I .

They were ,shaded by the big copseof in his careful words. The man didn't teeth yellow with tobacco stains. But the same manner and for the same

trees left standing, there, but at have to be on good behavior with for all the friendliness of the grin, reason. They tell the exhibitor whatto WATCHtheS
that end of the field the expect. Sometimes audiences fool
grass was Curt. He'd never'been so restrainedin he seemed uneasy.
grown, there was :no runway. Evi- the old days. ,Perhaps Montaya'ssilent Montaya stood nearby. Again them, however. Audiences may
dently these buildings were not in presence threw a damper on Curt caught a thoughtful look in theSpaniard's flock to a picture the trade critics theS
use-at least as hangars. the meeting. Curt commenced to eyes. Or was it specu- had no faith in. And vice versa.

However, along the barely visible stuff his pipe absently."So lative? At any rate, the look van- For, after all, the only reliable
front of the buildings ran a plat- you crossed the river! ished as Montaya said, "Mr. Har- critic is the public itself. -

'form breast high, and! serving this Should've gone home. How 'you do- vey and Mr. Lawson are on the I A few days ago a group of studio cial sales the merchants of
platform was a track "
spur leading laterals. ,
ing now? drainage writers and directors were discuss-
from the airfield branch. Curt would "Oh, I've been off the stuff for To Monahan Curt said,:, "Slats, Ing a certain picture. They picked our town announce in the

have missed the platform if the some time." how come so many of you'left Associated holes in the story. They thought columns this paper.They
track hadn't suggested it. "Shake on that, Bill. ?"
Nothing players miscast. "When the
were to
saving our .
"A bodega? he asked, and be- wrong with his grip, thought Curt, "Oh," Monahan replied hesitatingly :critics: get hold of it, you'll see," money
fore realizing the impertinence he wincing. "Tell you what, when you "they started pinching penniesfor they chorused.One readers. It always pays to

was offering, "Funny place for it." feel the urge again, look me up be- one thing, and Senor Montayapays director spoke patronize the merchantswho
But Montaya was not offended. start in. I'll Then veteran up.
fore you see youdon't good wages. as thoughhe "
He gave a short, deprecative laugh. go too far. Anyway, we'll hadn't said enough, "Besides, "Well, maybe you're right, he re- advertise. They are

"My reason for locating them have to have a get-together soon for this's a new planting, and you know :marked. "It looks like nobody's"go- not afraid of their mer

where I did was to take advantageof old time's sake. Come up to San how most of us feel about a new Ing to like it except audiences. chandise or their prices.I .

those trees for the comfort of Alejo. Lee will be glad to see you job. It's more fun building than He was right. The picture grosseda
the men. It is so very hot on the again." maintaining." million.

field. A good idea, no?" "Sure, Curt, thanks." TO BE CONTINUED) -Buy War Bonds- r


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3. Do trees die of old age? not cut down, they are blown over
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The Clewiston News <...-<.:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..::":":":":":":":":":":":,":":":":":-':":":":":":":":":": :":":":":": : : :":"?:' Rush of Enlistments Three Are Fined By


published every Friday In Clewlston, t{.: TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY i rt During This Week Judge Harris For'y

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS. : Killing TurkeysHendry
Tnc. .s. A rush of into the
.s. 1 i various military services began this
/ .. '
KEATHLEY DOWDEX. Editor 5: 's's week when three young men left ( County News)-
.. :: the offices of the United States County Judge R. M. Harris Mon-
second class mail matter .s. .s. Sugar Corporation. Others have day afternoon fined Lee Yeomans,
Entered as
February 1,Florida 1927 at, under the Test the Office Act of in ..s.. Ib: By RUSSELL KAY =I: been rumored but no definite in- Roy Green, W. D., Ryals and Tom
.:. X formation is available. Poole 'which Judge
March 3, 1897.vubecription .'. $10 and costs ,
.s. Secretary Florida Press Association ..*:.I I Wallace Arey went to Boca Raton Harris said, amounted to $13.70 ( .)

Rate $2.00 Per Year. ..::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:,..:...:-..:..:..:..:..:..:... :..:..:..:..: ;NN:N N:N:N:N H N N:N:N:M N N N:MNN N N:N:N N:H.Hc .I the first of the week and enlistedfor ,each, when they were tried before
service in a military band. ,He him in the courtroom for taking
AdTertinlng-Rate On Application. Each legislative session witnesses! like milk and tasted like milk and I expects to be located at Morrison wild game out of season.

the establishment of some new the best part of, it was- he only Field. I!I Arrests were made by C. C.

board or commission, allegedly charged 12c a quart. Yeomans of and C. W.
Devoted to the advancement and wel- you Jimmy Weaver has filled out | Fort Myers
fare of Clewlston and Hendry County. created for public welfare and pro, But one day an inspector from first papers' and will leaje Tues- Carlton of Punta Gorda, state con-
tection. Such boards are usually your milk board called on your day for Camp Blanding for phys- servation officers. They testified
made up of political appointees and I I neighbor and that was the last ical examinations for entrance into that they saw the party walk out

MEMBERFtoitiaaPR6SSASSOCIM1ON are given limited power to super-' milk you ever got over the back ; a volunteer officers school. He in the palmetto at the point of
vise, rule and regulate some industry -I fence. I'll say it was-from then will then return here until calledin the Cypress south of LaBelle Mon-
NAl1Q'1ALbbf10&FASSOf1AT11N trade or profession.Such I I on you got it from the guy that I the next quota for these schools day morning and that they went to
boards set the price for' wakes you up at 3 A. M. and providing he passes physical 'exami- the place and found a toe sack containing -
laundry wdrk or dry cleaning, determine tramps all over your flower beds. nation. three turkeys. 4

how much you shall pay Of course it's Pasteurized, Home- They all not guilty
..................... ............ Hagr Lowe is understood to have ;
:..:..:..:..:..:.: : : : : : : : : : :!': : : : : : : for milk say who may or may not genized and Sanitized, but it oughtto waived a jury and asked to be tried
enter a business or profession which be at 20c And left today for Camp Blanding
a quart your that day. Mr. Yeomans is a former -
they license and control. neighbor couldn't afford to keep and, will attempt to volunteer in the
RAMBLINGS game warden and is now a guardon
demand for these boards Observer Corps. This failing he I
The or the cow just for his own use so duty at the United States Sugar
By B. B.Well their so-called services does not he gets back in line just .like you expects to enter some other branchof Corporation in Clewiston. Alt are

come from the people. Generally did all on account of your nice lit- the !service.:! I residents of LaBelle. It is1 under
."'''''''''''''',,:'':'':'':'':'':'':''r:'':'':'':'':'':'':'':'':'':'':'':' speaking the public is opposed to tle board. Lynn Yoder, timekeeper at Bare I stood the turkeys were donated to

: find out I them and would welcome their Beach, recently reclassified'by the
if you'd like to Maybe Tony used, to cut your Lee Memorial Hospital.
how well your job can get along abolishment. hair for a quarter. But you liked Glades County board and placed in 1
vacation.I Practically all of them come in- 1A expects to volunteer for servicein
without :you,-just take a I Tony. He had a little one-man Parcels To Soldiers
a result of the demand the this week-nd.
Uncle Sam would list to being as Navy
am sure shop, plus a lot of personality, and
me as a very unessential person. .and pressure of selfish groups who he seemed to have a knack of The local selective service board Should Go By Oct. I
But the vacation, was simply through them gain power to stifle j trimming you the way you liked to this week granted temporary releases -

swell. Even with certain incon- competition, regulate prices and II be trimmed., Then' you weren't to Clyde Watson and Albert

veniences such as breaking my gain control, with little concern pestered with some fluff wantln' to Miller and two other boys from Postmaster A W. Sias stated

glasses the first thing; an infected for public interest or welfare. I polish your nails or somebody else I LaBelle who are seeking enlistmentin I this week that a recent bulletinis

foot on the youngest fry, We are" told that such boardsare wantin' to shine your shoes. Tony the Air Corps.Patterson to the effect that all Christmas

and a trip to have a tooth pulledfor necessary to safeguard our knew just what you wanted so hedidn't I cards and parcels going to United

the same little fellow. We used health, protect'our pocketbook, or try to crowd a singe 01'was Appeals- States soldiers and sailors ,should I'
that as an excuse to prolong a short I I serve some other interest vital to I glad to cut your hair for a be mailed between October 1 and

vacation. :And then we like to be I, our welfare, and it is pointed out shampoo or tonic on you. Tony November 1 to insure its reaching;

co-operative with the transportation that such boards cost the taxpayer quarter and you were satisfied or (.Continued from Page '1) them by the holidays. This applies -
nothing as they are maintained I
companies who ask ordinary citi- you would have gone elsewherebut when one considers the thousands only to members of the armed
from the fees or licenses collected.
zens not to travel on weekends.So the barber board made Tony nf tom of steel ,that. are needed for services, outside continental United
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we came home after the weekend :Maybe you have been in the ,put his price Up' to 50c and so he our war machine, one can, ---I States, including Alaska.
habit of getting your pants pressedat
instead of before it. ItaU went out of business. Another case see how important scrap, iron is Parcels should not exceed, eleven:,
the little shop around the
cor- '
added up' to a right nice vacation. where a nice little board that costs the fight against our enemies., pounds in weight or be more than
First and foremost, we managedto ner in your: neighborhood. It was
convenient and the taxpayer nothing meddled in Collection of scrap metal has eighteen inches long or more than
mighty they
only only
with '
off as scheduled,
two bags of luggage. ,And the charged you '15c while the large your personal affairs.No been going on now for several 42 inches in length'and girth combined -

overflow articles all went in one operator with _a big plant and fleetof these boards don't. cost youa months, but there's still scrap iron and the public is urged to

knitting bag. Every time we trucks charged you 25c., The thing, brother, in taxes. But lying around rusting and wasting confine the packages to the size

packed whatever was left over little fellow, with low overhead and they are costin' you hundreds of away that should, instead, be on of ,an ordinary shoebox and weigh- ,
and neighborhood customers, managedto dollars in nickels, dimes and quar- the way to the plants that are ing not more than six' pounds. Par-
went into the knitting bag;
finally the knitting bag itself was make a living and as far as you ters that you wouldn't otherwisebe producing the things we need to ticular care should be given to pack-

left in the Union station at Tampa.It could see he did, as good work as paying. But then such boards win the war. Florida citizens have ing as many sacks of mail will be
was practically the first train the big fellow. are mighty convenient for the poli- collected great deal of scrap and piled together, for a long period.

trip for the youngsters, and it was But your board, the one your I ticians. They provide many a turned it in for war use, but the No perishable matter should be
legislature created to help and juicy appointment and then all fact remains that there are still included and intoxicants, inflam-
well that it was, for the noveltyof pro-
it compensated for the incon- tect you sends an inspector to the boards must have lawyers who are rather large amounts of it in the mible, materials, including matches,

veniences. The "air-conditioned" little shop. They slap a license also appointed to get lovely fees. state. or materials which, may damage the

coach: was hot arid full of stale and maybe a fine on 'its owner and Between legislative sessions can- So, the most, concentrated campaign mails may ,be included., J r

cigarette smoke. But the train inform him that hereafter he must didates for every office from constable yet developed is now. under

was on time_ the hours eventually charge you 30c topress i: your to governor glibly promiseto way to collect the, very last pieceof State's Financial \

passed and we arrived safely. The pants.-You, of 'course, .never heard abolish all these boards and com- scrap metal, no matter how i

greatest disappointment in travell- of the cockeyed board; you naturally missions, which so far has only small. Condition Released
ing on the train nowadays is that assume your neighborhoodfriend meant that they would create a lot Every piece of metal junk' Is important -

the intermittent trips of the "butch"of is trying to stick you. So more. Some day maybe some fool and is needed, and every By State Auditor

my-...childhood days are no more. you quit him cold just to show your legislature will abolish all of them piece that is serving no useful pur- I II I

As.I, remember it a train traveller I I independence, and gleefully pay -and then wouldn't you ,and I be pose should go into planes, tanks,

was tempted every half-hour by a some other operator the increased in an awful fix? ships and guns. TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 26-FNS)
basket of fruit, candy, peanuts, price in spite of the fact that it was Florida citizens are attracting: a -State Auditor .Willis released t.

magazines and what-not. Now thereis I I you and your board that put him great deal of attention and com- impressive figures last week covering -
one trip through the coaches with out of business.Or stayed for 'a full week. / mendation for the wholeheartedand the state's financial condition.

sandwiches, bottles of milk and hot maybe your neighbor with the After pleading for no raise in vigorous manner in which they These figures disclose that for the-

coffee, right at mealtime, and then twins got a cow so as to have rates for the coming season, Mr.\ have responded to the food production first fiscal year of the Holland administration -

peace the rest of the trip. plenty of milk for the kids. It was Beardsley was questioned by J. T. program, the war savings a marked improvementis

Rest and a place *o enjoy swim a nice kind-faced cow and it gave Elvove of the Bureau of Economicsof program, and to many other move- shown.

ming being the chief requirementsof excellent milk, and seeing your 'the Department of Agriculture_ ments and campaigns for helping When Holland took office, the-

this vacation, we found them neighbor had more than he needed further regarding' his experience to win the war. This systematized general revenue fund had a cash: \

both at Silver Springs. ,Gasoline you made a deal- to buy a coupleof with labor, from the migratory scrap collection campaign offers balance of $424.96; that balance

rationing and the curtailment of quarts a day from him. Gosh' camp. The grower then explained them still another ,opportunity to June 30. 1942 was $824,352.33.The .
you hadn't had any milk like that I labor recruiter had take a lick at the axis.
travel has been keenly felt thereas that a negro fund was unable to pay out-
in other localities. There are since you left the farm-it looked I accompanied the negroes to his standing obligations amounting to

frequent buses in and out of Ocala, I farm and told him that in considera-
so that wasn't any -great incon- I tion of the payment of two ,dollarsa I

venience. The Springs are still Sugar Cane Growers- head he would keep them work- II I ,

the most beautiful attraction' in ...:.. ing for a full week. This he refused ..:..:..:..:..:NNNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNN:..:..:..:NMNNNNN:NNN:NN:NNN:..:..:H:HN, :..:NNN:..:N,1
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Florida, the water is still 70 degreesand so I.
if you've been complaining about (Continued from Page 1) bor. He said that there was also f. .

the heat we recommend a swimin it was stated that no changes had an indication that negroes were CLEWISTON

the crystal clear water._-, been made 'or none contemplatedin flocking to the camp for permanent I
their set-up. It said that $2.40 residence. By performing menial
While we were there a, groupof 1 1v
50 Army Air Corps men from per row of 1600 feet was paid for I{jobs they could pay their rent and I I4 GOLF COURSEPublic

Miami Beach arrived for ten' days. harvesting with all cane burnt. live on groceries furnished by ,
They had to raise wages' from 25 other government agencies.: The,, ....
were expert swimmer$, most .s'
of them Red Cross water safety instructors cents to 271/2 cents during the past State Employment Officer he said, Invited '
and their season. He was asked to submit a had undertaken to correct this by
mission was to
make underwater pictures to be report showing the 'average ton- closing half of the camp and "I 11 .

shown in camps all over the coun- nage per 'row of cane over a periodof understand he isn't working there .s' ..:...
try. We saw the 'Zoot suit," years, in order to establish the any more." Otto Larsen and J. M. .'s', '
which supports' the wearer and has rate 'paid per ton. Seward stated Couse, other contract growers, sub- 'i' .:.

helmet' and gloves of -vivid yellow that he doubted if labor would be stantiated Beardsley's story. y ff

for visibility; the collapsible life plentiful during the coming season The morning hearing closed at S.
raft and all the other gadgets of if rates were doubled.J. this point and all evidence must m

similar use. The Army boys werea E. Beardsley, contract grower be in the hands of the Departmentby Since drive to the .
i: cannot s.
pleasure to have around, for was the next witness and said September 5th when the hear- you

they were the most clean-cut group that his vegetable farming in con- ing will be officially closed. The i. J....

you can imagine-and they DO | nection with cane growing had wage rates as determined at this
have fun. They sang as they;'taught him that truck farmers had hearing and two held previously in _: beach for the week-end, get yours i .
marched I to pay wages for day labor in. line
to and from the springs; I Louisiana will then be made public
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with that paid by the '
they sang after meals; they sang sugar grow- as soon as possible.
at the, drop of a hat. Their favo- I ers. He said that labor had been :: exercise and sun tan at the same :_!:

rite seemed to be the six-pence song, I plentiful during the past season but Some Books s hX
Sugar f
which was sung oftener than their : it had been difficult to find any Y.s'

own army air corps song. I I willing Discloses to work.Recruiting Racket, Must Be Turned In .f time. -- '.::[

There was a few days' visit with y
old friends in Questioned as to whether or ,not ?
and a I a
I he had used labor from the Belle y
couple of days in Tampa. The Glade The local rationing board's of- ./ ::::
migratory Mr. t.
camp $eards-
trip back was our first on the fice announces this week that all ..,
ley said that he had tried and had :
Silver Meteor, and it is indeed a sugar ration books of men enteringthe .. ::::
i poor luck with labor so obtained.His .
crack train with, a couple. of fancy armed services and those of .'s'. / y
stewardess-nurse average crew, he said, was be
attendants, who I citizens who die are required to
were as attractive: and 'efficientas thirty men and on his payroll one turned in to the rationing office.It .. \ 'ieA :

air line hostesses. week lie had 87 names. 55 of is felt that the public knows A Y
So all in all, it was' a swell va- little 'about this provision and thatif
these from
came the : .
migratory'camp YEARLY MEMBERSHIP i.
cation and now ,we're back at work a family loses a member by ;!:
with him
paying costs of
again with a rude awakening death or by entering the armed
our No. 6 sugar coupons are still transporting them from Belle Glade forces that they go ahead using his ::: DAILY GREEN FEES :=::

in our ration books and the time and back.' Some worked an hour, sugar book in unintentional viola- J i ::

for making guava jelly is here. some worked a day.and 12 of them tion of the rationing act. "C-H-.. ..-..-._ ,., .....-..-.................-..-..-...._.....-..-.. ..-.. .-....-...1'.J.. . . .". ....J.......,...:.;;;., ,'

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ill John Robblnsand Ed Von Mach tractive house-dress. It is made A TRIBUTEIn ',State's Financial "I I

I are in Miami on business today. sleeveless with a surplice closing. 1

i -. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle wore a figuredSun mIORIA1A ,

l Personals j Bob Beardsley and Ralph Bishop, back dress with solid color (Continued from Page 4) I

Jr., are spending this week in bolero. loving tribute from the heart ,159672440. The end of 'the

Gainesville maing arrangements to Hostesses were Mrs. J. E. Beards- I To one who played a vital part first Holland year found no unpaid -
:i enter the University' of Florida for ley, Mrs.: R. M. Bishop, Mrs. 10f life within, our town; obligations ,outstanding.In .

: I the week-end the coming term. Charles :J plton, Mrs": W. E. Bol- A man who was our friend in need,, other words, the condition of
Bailey spent
} 1'1i' I I ton, and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. Sick, or well, 'his every word and the general revenue fund was
1': visiting in Miami. /
. i Martin Waldron and Richard deed changed from 'a deficit of $1-

Pape are spending this week at BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES Was symbolic of renown. 596,299.44 to a surplus of $824-
: ; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Vaim are ,
Fort Myers Beach, where Martin --=- 352.33an Improvement of $2-
spending this week-end .in Miami. celebrates his 16th birthday Sat- Mrs. Otto Larsen was hostess When doubts beset a troubled mind,, 420,651.77. ;

I' s Wednesday afternoon tc membersof There was no betterfriend to find,,, Holland
urday. Mrs. Urey Waldron and found the state teachers
i, Hager Lowe went to Miami this club. Than jolly "Doc"Vhen
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape are her bridge High score was ; salary ,fund behind in its apportion-
'I! i morning to enlist in the U. S. Army. made by Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and \ 'hearts were torn asunder
joining. them today for the week- ment to the counties in the amount
[ second high by Mrs.. Deane Duff. By some often thoughtless blunder, of $4,373,114.70. of this
, end. January
I II' 'Mrs."' Wendell Roberts of Cincinnati Salad bind iced tea were served to He was shepherd to his flock. year the was'
I arrearage $2.830
Ohio, visited friends in Clew- Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Duff Mrs.
Gomez and Mr. and Mrs.A. 485.42 and all apportionments
I Mrs. S. Capable, understanding, he made, his were
iston Monday. '
. J. Molaison of Gretna, Louisiana -!N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. C. J. wayAmong paid in full by June 30.

\ Nielsen, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. F.
I are visiting his, patients thru night and
Mr. and Mrs. M. W._ Bigg returned
Beardsley Mrs. W. H. Lanier and
, ,
M. Rodriguez They will return I Workers
; f F, Wednesday from a business Mrs. R. C. Wilson. day, Needed-
to New York. next Tuesday accompanied by Miss I When often he himself, was sick;
, trip i ii
I I Ruth Rodriguez, who will Honest I
/ Shirley upright, trusting and all
,i Dominican in Mrs., G. H. Small entertained her (Continued from page '1}
The College,
'! ; and BUt Hun- re-enter I' mankind,
; Miss Lee Pridgen
bridge'club at the Clewiston Inn ganizing and beginning work it
.: I \\ dertmark were visitors inVest New Orleans. Loving life with heart, soul, and
will be
t Wednesday evening. First prize mind= impossible to complete thesein

;: Palm Beach Sunday. I went to Mrs. Ruth Wilcox and second August. However the work
Mrs. Henry C. Kolstad is a pa- Our true-blue unselfish "Nick." <"
1i1 West to Mrs. Small. A congealedfruit will "be speeded up as much as
tient in St. Mary's Hospital,
:: rl" Betty Lee del Santo of West Palm Beach, where, she expects to salad was served to Mrs. RuthB. Tho our paths shall never meet possible in order to begin the Sep-

,'I i Palm Beach is the guest of Mr. be confined for a month. Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. H. H. againDr. tember quota and try to completeit

i and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff.Mr. Kolstad recently fell at her home Turner, Mrs. G. A. Yon, Mrs. E. C. Schiffli, you'll remain as you on time.Workers. -

-j --- Moore Haven and X-Rays at I Mills, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. CarlH. have been- will not be required to

: : and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., near Berner. Within to wear uniforms.
, the hospital have revealed a broken our hearts stay; Any clean wash,

and Bud Vaughn are spending vertebrae.Mrs. Your every deed, .your helpful I dress may be 'used. There are cer-

Ii their vacation in Baton Rouge, La. BAPTIST GROUP MEETS cheer t tain other requirements which will

1 John H. Doty left Wednesday FOR STUDY GROUP TUESDAY Will live right on from year to year, I be explained to the workers, such
; short
Mrs. Merrell Lowe spent a Tho have as the hair must be
Miss. to join you gone away covered witha
for Vicksburg, ,
I time this week visiting her mother, Mr. Doty who is with the U. S. A joint meeting of the three cir- Laura Maxine Matteson, R.N. I white veil or cloth, and nail

Mrs. W. 0: Fullwood, inVest Palm Engineer department there. Their cles of the Baptist Missionary So- polish must be removed or must be

Beach. city held Tuesday afternoon at fresh and unchlpped.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Drainage BoardContinued -
the of Mrs. M.
I home A. Thomas.
,i Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Mrs. Fred Morrison; who recently continued the I
Tie group studyof
Avon Park also
moved from are
1, /' sons, Frank and Eddie, are spending the book "Fellow Helpers of Room
Lauderdale located in Vicksburg. ( from Page 1) i And Board
'I vacation'at Fort -
their ', '., the Truth" with chapters being) Delinquent taxes in the amountof
I '
(,Beach. taught by Mrs. W. F. Nail and .
Miss Florence Graham and sister ,some $22,000,000 were settled Reasonable RatesEhney
Mrs. H. C. Meador.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and Sally, spent a few days in During the afternoon membersof I. for the amount of two year's levy,

daughters, Mauryne, Louise, Anne Clewiston this week. They are the Mary Brittain Circle pre- approximately r or about $1,264,000.The Apartments2t.
two visiting Mr. and Mrs. William: John-
and Helen, are spending a sented a stork shower to Mrs. A. district is divided into zones .
weeks' vacation in Miami. son in Canal Point. Sally returns I
H. Vann. and the higher the zone the higherthe
next week to her home in Charleston ,
Refreshments of jello and
Mrs. B. A. Bourne returned Sun- S.. C., and Miss Florence punch, ,percentage, of delinquent taxes
cookies served the hostesses
were by -
day from Johns Hopkins Hospital Graham, who has been on vaca- Mrs., M. A. Thomas, Mrs. Jack paid by the landowner but the
/ tion for a few weeks, will returnto I
she underwent
in Baltimore, Himrod and Mrs. Arch Hodges. average was about five per cent. J.MIICCUSE,

t "a' major operation recently. I Clewiston. Members attending-were Mrs. C. Certificates of indebtedness held by Counselor
r Attorney at Law

Miss Kathleen Lewis returned to I CARD OF THANKSWe M. Pirkle, Mrs. C. R. Kruger, Mrs. the state ,in the amount of $992- Hopkins Building
Ben Bolton, Mrs. Joe Elder, Mrs.
000 were turned over to the district -
Tampa Tuesday spending and
Jack Himrod, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Wednesdays Saturdays
\ several weeks here with her'. sister wish to thank our many I Mrs. Leon Bembry, Mrs. Fred Top- in return for the cancellationof
9:80 to 4:00Johnson's
for their' sympathy and
friends I
Mrs. W. W. Perry, and fam- I per, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. G. $170,000 in compromise taxes
kindness and for the lovely
ily. offerings sent.. during our recent ), E. Wenzloff, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs.V. I on state-owned lands in the dis

C. Woodward, Mrs. R. J. Blount,
bereavement.,, I trict. Compromise tax collections,
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre are
Mrs. G. Suggs Mrs. W. W. i
return this week from May God's richest blessings be for 1940 and prior years, now are
expcted ,
Mrs. A. H. Vann, Mrs. W. C.
a two weeks' vacation which they with each one is our prayer.M. Rainey, Mrs. Herman Davis. about 56 per cent. Fish Camp

have spent in 'New ,York and in C. Vowell, Full credit for the refunding '(Near Hurricane 'Gate)

Marion Eleanor and program, which is one of the great-
Virginia.. Clewiston, Fla.
I Jerry Vowell. est moves to help the taxpayer cf
Boats and Motors-Guide Service
I S 1 N H N II N NIN 1 N NIN N N N N N N N N N NIN N 1. the Everglades is the
given' by
_Mrs., Keathley'Bowden. and sons, ,Rates ReasonableW.
CRADLE ROLE1:MOTHERSMEET board to Goverrio/ Holland who
and Paul, returned Monday
Kay II. Johnson, Mgr.
from a two "weeks'' vacation, which WITH MRS. BROWN promised in his campaign to do

they spent in Silver Springs, and w l WithOur something; about it 'and did. Dur-

Tampa. Mrs. G. H. Brown and Mrs E. J. ing the last legislative session he

I _____ Casper were hostesses at the meeting called the legislators of the eleven

A baby boy, weighing 8 pounds, of the Cradle Roll Mothers Club i counties in the district together and. IT'S AN EFFICIENT
of the Community Church Thurs- i demanded that certain
I .11 ounces, was born posthumously I Boys they pass SPRAY, TOO

to Mr. and Mrs Fred Dunaway atl day evening. The club acceptedas i legislation to pave the way for ,re I I Days of 'afe, happy fun at

the Clewiston Hospital Thursday, its project the clothing of'an funding. This was finally done I !homo For only$L00.1ut ot-

"!'tl k, \\ August '20th. I orphan, preferably one from al in theService with bonds being refunded on a tack thin! .

, J -' nearby church orphanage, and Mrs. basis of 59.918 cents on the' dollar f' __ 'f"": SHOWER-O-FUN
;} : \ to sodon'IIo.., push spiledj
,Carl Johnson instructed to ob- and claims basis of y )
was secondary on a
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott have end
: .'" :: into ground, a fine,
returned from a vacation trip ,to tain details for the next meeting. I { 26.14 cents.J. : : ;;;;I;: aerated spay It produced.

the Smoky Mountains. They spent The group discussed the estab- E. Beardsley, general manager -+ il :.: Eaiily moved;lawn iup.inkl.d
at youngilera ploy. Mafia a
most of their time in Gatlinburg, lishment of a nursery for small G' :noma of the district and Clewiston pECUt !handy shower for wainm} off

Tennessee. children during the hours of morn- member of the board was unableto AMFIE b.ach sand. A taro' hit withtKe
i O F F E R

I b ing church service on Sundays and N.N.H'N'. ..t:N11IN. .NIN. .N.11111. .NIN. .N111'. ...:..:..:..:NININ'M. :..: 1 be present for the burning be- ii:u j J.iddiepracticol Order today. too.
Father Timothy Geary has returned the LadiesvAid_ meetings. Many I 1I cause of the important sugar hear- LiJi I4 BARNES MFG. CO.

from Baltimore where he volunteered to help with such a over ing here but attended the meetingon 1139 MAIM ST. MAMSF1CIA OHIO
Clewiston boys are dotted I -
i r spent some time receiving treat- project, ,which will probably be Monday when the fire was
the nation and many are overseas, '
ment at the Johns Hopkins ,Hos- undertaken in the near future. planned.
as a review of our mailing list re-
pital. The hostesses served an iced I ,..,..,.,..,.
I veals their whereabouts. We' are
drink and cookies to Mrs. W. M. _
sending the News each weeko ...' _:/f'o
Carline Berner is visiting Doris Martin, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. B. in Florida-Key West,! Miami -

,i .Strickland in Moore Haven this T. Vorhees, Mrs. 'H. B. Magill, Mrs.L. many, Gainesville, Jacksonville, y

Ann Weetman, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Ro\Ving de
week. Jo Crouch is spending and
South Jacksonville Mayport,
the week with her cousins in Lake Mrs. C. R. Egley, Mrs. R. H. em a 8O '

; Harbor. Knight, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. and Camp Blanding-to Georgia, J
s South Carolina, North Carolina,
_' I W. D. Wylie, Mrs. Carl Johnson I
Virginia, Maryland, New York,,
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent the and Mrs. Keat1 y Bowden.
1\1aine-all the 'way__up the coast.
I week-end in Tampa attending the Inland, it goes to Alabama, Kentucky \
Fashion Show in the Floridan
I Arkansas Kansas
Texas, 6
Hotel. She returned to Clewiston COMMUNITY CENTERThe Illinois, and on the West Coast it I

Wednesday.Mr. I I
goes to several camps in California,
first meeting of the Clew-
and to Oregon_and Washington. I
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson returned Jston Garden Club for the year I .
1942-43 was held yesterday after- i
Sunday from a visit with Lt. Stanley McCorkle writes

relatives in Marietta, Ga. Mrs.. L. noon at the Community Center with from Aberdeen Proving OFFICIAL
M. Oliphant returned with her the president, Mrs. W. H. 'Lanier PHOTQQRAPH
all the of
Grounds, where types
I daughter and is visiting here for a presiding.Mrs. .IONALACORPS
I munitions are tested, that there are
I few weeks. G. B. Rackstraw made a
I lads, from all over the country, but
, talk to club members on bulbs and I I
he is still looking for some Clewis-
j. { Van Mumford "Mrs. Stewart talked on the proper ,
left this week to I
find their to
ton fellows to
..1 visit his brother-in-law and sister, time for fall planting of vege-I'
the Proving Grounds. His mother I
I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Case in Lud- table and flower seeds and gave, is visiting him now, and the Keep prepared to meet rising prices
information on hybrid gerberas.Mrs. .
: ington, Michigan. He will soon I I has twice its size since

i enter Massachusetts Institute of E. C. Mills was appointed i' camp he went there grown in March. = and taxes by adding regularly to

Technology in Boston. I to inquire about flower plants for I c
), members to order and Mrs. Beards- 4y pQ
Jim Beardsley enjoys the Account here. with
Mark R. Tennant and K. M.I ley was asked to report on a army Young, and thinks his transfer to your Savings ..

Throop of Miami were business special variety of pansy plants. will be pleasing,
the University
! visitors in, Clewiston Wednesday. Several names were proposed for "especially the horses with which I "', liberal earnings 'and insured safety.

! Mr. Tennant is chairman'and membership and will be voted uponat
Mr. I'll be working." Jim's branch 5s j J
f of the a later meeting.A .
Throop secretary Everglades
Field Artillery, and there's certainly
fashion show of clothes for
l' Drainage District board. a thrill in watching the drills and I
action was given by several, mem-
training of the unit at the :Uni- BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HEREr
bers. Mrs. O. A. Jones made and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilson are,

;I parents of a baby girl who was modelled a coverall slack suit versity.

: born in Good Samaritan Hospitalin which is comfortable and suitable Arthur L. Burke, who recentlywas

I West Palm Beach Sunday, AuI' for light outside work. Mrs. N. V. 'inducted in the army, has been i

gust 23. The baby weighed seven S. Mumford's was a princell coverall sent to Fort Benning.

1 pounds and has not yet been named. apron made of figured material I
I': which could be worn with or with And Charles Rurapf, who worked

I Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw out the accompanying tight blouse. here in the transportation division'

. \ returned the first of the week from Mrs. E. L. Stewart, wore a red and of the sugar corporation, 41-42

" a two weeks' vacation during which white check jacket and slacks. Mre. harvest, is a weather observer

} E! I 'they spent some time at St. Petersburg F., Deane Duff ,a white pique playsuit with the air force. He is at Dolling -

I I and Clearwater beaches, consisting of shirt, pleated L Field, Washington, D. C., and

",; and visited Cypress Gardens near shorts and skirt. Mrs. H. R. Hall expects 'lit ,to te: his last stop in \

,Winter Haven on their return trip. wore a comfortable, 'cool and at the U. S. until the war Is won.

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The guinea pig, which is domesticated in most parts of the ILesson

world, has been widely used in bacteriological experiments. This

experimental use of the guinea pig has become so general that the Of By The HAROLD Moody Bible L,. LUNDQUIST.Institute of Chicago.D. D.

mere, mention of this creature's name suggests .the idea of "tryit : (Released dy Western Newspaper Union.)

Washington, D. C. out on Rover." By VIRGINIA VALE
Released by Western Newspaper Union.
The "Human Guinea Pig club" is the unofficial caption of the Lesson for August 30

WOMEN All through INFLUENCE history, from HISTORY Helen of U. S. army subsistence research laboratory at the Chicago quartermaster Lesson NOW that Vera Zorina has '
subjects Scripture
Troy to the Duchess of Windsor, depot. Here samples ot,the foods manufactured by Jected and copyrighted by International!- removed from the role ::1
women have influenced the tides of various firms are submitted analyzation, tested for vitamin Council permission.of Religious Education; used by of "Maria" in "For Whom the

fate. And if it had not been for a content and other nutritional values. It is here that the containers Bell Tolls," and Ingrid Berg.
in the life of Gen. Douglas JACOB SEEKS GOD'S HELP
MacArthur woman he probably would not are subjected to test's simulating tropical and arctic condi man has been assigned to it, a

have been in a position to perform tions. Here also are evolved the emergency rations designed for LESSON TEXT-Genesis 32212. 27-29. lot of people are much happier.
GOLDEN TEXT God is our refuge and The role seems made for Miss
his heroic defense of the Philip aviators, paratroopers and commandos. strength a very present help In trouble.
pines and command Australia today. Guinea Psalm 46:1. Bergman. The change wasn't
The Pig club is comprehensive in its membership.
after the last the belle made without extra
Just war, a struggle;
Generals, lieutenants, famed scientists, stenographers, civilians "0 God. In
of Washington society was vivacious our help ages past. tests made after the first
Louise Brooks, step-daughter of the and enlisted men all partake of food prepared under various Our hope for years to come. were
Our shelter from the stormy blast. few days' work but finally out
millionaire Edward T. Stotcsbury, a formulas. It is they who decide whether the rations are palatable, And our eternal home." ,

partner of J. P. Morgan. She was digestible and nutritious. Every noon the club,meets for this purpose Isaac Watts. came the dancer. .

the toast of Washington. General and its members risk their digestions in the name of patriot How true it is that "God is our Paramount announces that this "
from France I
Pershing, just returned did not in any way impair the
was one of her most devoted attend I ism, so that the soldier may eat the proper food. And we all know refuge and strength, a very present star's career, and put Somerset

ants. Admiral Beatty, hero of the how very important it is that the soldier gets the, proper food to help in trouble." Jacob found it so, Maugham's "The Hour Before

battle of Jutland, was another. sustain him in his grueling routine from day to day. It has often him even because though his of his trouble own misdeeds.came upon Dawn" into preparation for her.

Once, after a both dinner at Mrs. Mar and been said that food will win the war. Certainly there is no deny. God had prospered him at Haran, --7"

shall Beatty Field's escorted Louise Pershing to her car, ing the importance of the part it plays. but in due time he was led by cir "Seven Metro's Sisters"talking about opening
nearly had an, altercation over who The following series of pictures gives you an opportunity to cumstance and by direct guidance in America's seven most roman
return to his land (Gen.
was to take her home. take a peek at America's most unique club. 31:1-3). Hindrances own arose, but Jacob tic cities; if you think yours is tone
But General MacArthur, then superintendent of them, they ask you to
pressed on. As he came toward
of West Point stepped send in Of
home statistics! course,
however, he recalled the
in and married the lady. Shortly which Savannah, Charleston and New
had caused him to flee. He
thereafter, General Pershing, not Orleans ought to be on the list.
remembered now how he had defrauded
at all happy over MacArthur's vic Esau and this But let's hope that they won't
tory, transferred him to the Philip ignore smaller towns when they
pines. I. Guilt Brought Fear (w. 2-8). make their decision, the ones

MacArthur and his wife were stationed It always does. The sinful act of that are really representative of
in the Philippines for several 20 years before now faced Jacob. He modern American life.
years. And although the marriage had left it behind and had all but

later ended in divorce, it was Mac- forgotten it. He had hoped that the When Katharine Hepburn made
Arthur's tour of duty in Manila years would cover it, but they did
her first picture, "A Bill of Divorce
him with not-and they never do.
which acquainted Filipino .
ment, Adelyn Doyle was her standin. -
leaders and later about his "Be sin will find
brought sure your you When Adelyn married, her sis
return field marshal of the Philip out" (Num. this
as 32:23)-perhaps not ter Patricia took over the job. Pat
pine army. week or this year, or next; but until
it is and _._- .-
dealt with forgiven it is

BORED BY WASHINGTON there to rise up and plague you
As a reward for selling $25,000 sooner or later.

worth of war savings bonds and Jacob's fear was increased by

stamps, Delbert Hudson, Reno, hearing that Esau came out to meet

Nev., newsboy, recently was given him with 400 men. He tried by his
a free trip to the nation's capital own devices to meet the situation,
by the Kiwanis club. but ultimately realized that his pre

For several days young Delbert dicament had reached the point JI

led the life of Riley. where only God could help him.

He was entertained by Vice President How like us, trying everything else

Wallace, U. S. senators and until we realize its futility, and then :

high treasury officials. He lived in turning to God. How delightfully \

an expensive hotel, toured all the simplified life becomes when we .

showplaces and polished off numerous turn to God first. Yet we are glad I N"-''' .).:,' ...
.tl1"... .:." /< p..
ice cream sodas. that Jacob'sII. << ; >!> (
:<:" :N"; 11'f3.j
"Well, Delbert," asked Sen. Pat Brig. Gen. Joseph E. Barzynski,.commanding general of the Chicago Fear Brought Prayer (w. 9- ;;: : ; > ._...___.....m...

McCarran of Nevada when it was Quartermaster depot, at end of table, presides over the famous "Human 12). ,KATHARINET.HEPBURN i,_,

all over, "what do" you like best Guinea Pig club." The ham served at this particular meal teas eleven It was real prayer, too, although,

about"My"Washington bed. ," yawned? Delbert, "I'm years old, and the--eggs used in the dessert were four years old. (. U. St it as is W.strange H. Griffith that Thomas after his suggests blessed, began married"Keeper, and Miss of Hepburn the Flame"recently with

tired. Signal Corps photos.) personal experience with God he addressed Katharine Doyle as stand-in. There

Him only as the God of his are two more Doyle sisters, so it'
SOLOMON ATTACK TEST fathers and not his own God (v. 9). looks as 'if the supply would last as
Inside fact about the attack on the Then, too, his faith seemed a bit long as the star's in the movie busi
Solomon islands is that it was very weak, for it was coupled with great ness.

carefully planned six weeks in advance fear (v. 11). --X--

and was different from any We are told that fear is not a Remember David Niven? Nigel '
other naval action in the Pacific.U. .
proper motive for turning men to Bruce, working in "Journey for
S. naval raids on the' Gilbert God. Perhaps it is not the highest Margaret," had a letter from him

and Marshall islands were hit and motive, but both in Scripture and saying that he's now a major in
run affairs. There our navy had in experience we find it to be true England's armed forces. And Rob

no idea of enemy strength, but depended that fear often leads men to God in ert Montgomery has been promoted

on quick surprise hits and real repentance and faith. If the by Uncle Sam's navy from com

speedy withdrawal.In goodness and grace of God do not mander to squadron commander.

the battle of the Coral sea also, touch man's heart, it is assuredly % L
we were able to take the Japs by far better that he should be saved
surprise. And in the battle of Mid through fear than to be eternally Alice Faye will return to the
screen soon after more than six
way, we knew the enemy was coming lost.
while the Japs did not know we Jacob, however, needed a further months' absence, to do a musical
called "Hello Frisco Hel-
picture ,
knew. experience of dependence God
upon lo." It's another of those costume
But in the Solomon islands battle, before he could be brought back in
pictures-she must be getting sort
reconnaissance into the land. He was led
our planes had made peace ,
of tired of them-with a story laid
advance surveys and we knew fair to send everyone away so that he in 1900.

ly accurately the size of the enemy was alone when the Lord dealt- with ::(
knew also that we were up against him and l
When Connie Boswell "He
a tough job that would exact heavy III. .
, Prayer Blessing (w. Wears a Pair of Silver Wings" it's
cost. .
27-29) more than just a song to her. It'sa
There is every reason to believe, Jacob, who had by deceit taken salute to her young brother-in-

too preparations, that the Japs because knew._about our In this laboratory, the army technicians break down the food to the promise from Esau instead of law, Ben Leedy a flier-to-be stationed
troop trans
awaiting God's time to give it to at Mitchel Field. If you've
determine the
ports cannot be loaded and brought vitamin content and its nutritiousness.
him, was now about to attempt another seen her work you'll recall him,
within distance
striking without
ene- .:--= >. skillful scheme which would rushing out of the wings to lift her
myvscouting planes sighting them. have won over Esau and sent Jacob into her wheel chair, hurrying out
Therefore, this was a real test in
than into his land glorying in his own again to take her off stage. She
more ways one. ability. In spite of all God's deal sings it as ,often as she can on the
For instance, this was the first ings with him, he was still Jacob Friday" "Caravan" show.
time land, air and sea forces all the supplanter. So God had to deal ,
have co-operated in a single striking with him. I'
force. The kitten, "Zero," heard frequently
think of the
We sometimes grace
on "Those We Love" broadcasts
Upon the final outcome of that cooperation 'that which
of God only as brings us
is played by that very versatile
will depend whether the but often God
blessing and joy,
actress, Virginia Sale. She
United States follows the advice of and considerate
being most gracious
also portrays the principal role of
many high army-navy strategists of real need by sending
our opposition "Martha" in the drama series.
and concentrates the
more on Pacific
and hardship.
than You've seen her in pictures.
on Europe.
The divine visitor let Jacob struggle
*. :f--
all night, giving him a chance to
For weeks Phil Baker had usa 1
BRITAIN'S FUTURE submit of his own will; but when 'it
A U. S. official back from Lon headquarters in New York search
was evident that ,he would not, he
don, tells of standing in line for was shown that his own strength ing for service men named Baker-
breakfast at the Hotel Waldorf. Just wanted them for ihis anniversary
would not do, for he was made lame
ahead of him he heard an English (v. 25)). and birthday broadcast ,of August
lady say: The thing which made Jacob 23, when only persons named Baker
,"After this war is over, we'll have sure of very his own strength became could take part in "Take It Or
to fight a war of independence to his weakest point at the touch of Leave It. Celebrities who qualified

save ourselves from "becoming the God. He was not the last one to were numerous enough, starting
49th state of the United States." learn that lesson. with Bonnie, Benny, Kenny and

This semi-good-natured, semi- The comment of F. B. Meyer on Belle. But the program was incomplete

grousing attitude, according to this entire scene is most helpful: without"men, in uniform.
Americans returned from London, is "Note that Jacob did not lay hold of .---
rather typical of the apprehension this visitor, but the visitor lay hold June Havoc caught the mumps )

which exists as to what will happen of him. This is not a picture of a from her ,young daughter, April,
to Britain after the war. man coming to Gsd, to wrestle with and promptly exposed the entire

There is no hostility in this, but God in prayer, but a record of God company of "My Sister Eileen" to

realistic awareness that the war is Under supervision of the Quartermaster Corps, the concentrated food coming to man, to break the spirit them; hadn't the faintest idea she

strengthening United States ties, for use of troops in the field is packed by a chewing gum manufacturer of stubbornness and self-sufficiency had them. She says she looked as
and weakening British ties, with who has converted which a particular man has for too if she were wearing a small balloon
.. _Australia, Canada_ and Africa. production to the packing of emergency rations. long a,time habitually man ested." for a necktie.


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: i Public-Spirited Woman fr:: Jj 1 rD.n'fr.T.,...... 1fl.r, ;. m ;Iri' -
O I r. "
I IJ .d.. "
Encounters a Little Boy 111 "'::: :=:::' ::;: :':;':: "::''':::-;:"' ..11:.,.; i i::' "jHmr <:'
: : .: ;rtiT.i:: .).......t .
!; ;; ". ""
:: .'S'iL '
about the i :
Something .J
/ appearance :
f'illi: ; lii! i'j t7
of the begrimed little chap on the ...1 s i.f.1: :;
,!I street halted the lady, who inquired

i "Little boy, haven't you Fibers are broken in the backs To remove chewing gum from
any home?" of rugs and carpets when they are clothes, apply ice. This will harden
"Oh, yes'm, I've got a home." beaten. It is better to use a the gum and it will peel off.
"I'm afraid you don't know what vacuum cleaner on rugs for short + *
I: (L yh'F1: \''':'''': .7{ {'''':%!: 'lg 'f$ tkt#: __ .. affection really is. Are your par periods twice a week than for a A piece of chamois that has been
II II I I II Ii Ii ents bringing you up to be a good longer period once a week. dampened makes an excellent
I and helpful citizen?" duster for furniture.

I "Yes'm." Rub painted surfaces with a *

"Will you tell your mother to lemon to remove marks made by Potatoes that are to be french
come and hear me talk on 'Whena scratching matches. fried should stand in cold water
Mother Duty to Her Child Be at least an hour before cooking.
gins' at two o'clock next Monday Use lukewarm water and borax *

I afternoon at Lyceum hall?" to wash out your refrigerator. This If peeling onions makes

i "What's the matter with you, keeps it sweet and clean, also, a weep, dip the onions for a moment you
i Ma," shouted the little fellow, piece of charcoal kept on one of into boiling water and begin at
I I "I'm your little boy." the shelves, will absorb all odors. the root and peel upward.

; \. ON THE .
I I Fish Makes Bed I


] There is a fish who pulls a cover
over himself before going to sleep!

He is the sting ray, who makes his
,. each contain 32 illustrated suggestions.
Send your order to: "bed" on the ocean bottom. Fanning
the sand with his pectoral
Fresh-From-the-Vine Grapes Make Clear, Bright Jelly! Bedford Hills New York fins, or "wings," he lies quietly
11111" (See Recipes Below.) Drawer 10 while the sand falls on his broad
STRETCH Enclose 10 cents for each book back. The sand covers his entire

l\Icals-'Vith Zests CHINTZ OVER desired. body with the of his
f: .. Your Canning Shelf CARDBOARDTHEN Name ............................... exception eyes.
Does meal after meal slip by un- Concord Grape Jelly Address ..............................
noticed, eaten only because it does Quince Honey.PeachPlum D E 1T Soothe and relieve heat rash

.. away with hun- Butter 13. .____, ....;.,:.. :.';:- 0 I When THE I ing on you Mexican or baby, with cool
, you hear a Marine called HeatPowder.
ger? Do your Bread and Butter Pickles : OLD WASHSTAND I Absorbs
I D a "Leatherneck Ii En 1 perspiration,often
: it has
meals pullpunches their Pickled Peaches WITH SIDE SHELVES! ,NEW forerunner of heat rashes.
TOP AND 4"BASE BOARD to do with the ,epidermis of his.
\ so to Chili Sauce MAY BE USED IN LIVING ROOM,
neck. Years
speak--look good, Recipes Given JOINING ROOM OR ENTRANCE HALL ago the Marine uniform
was equipped with
have bal a high
ance proper contrast in ALMOST any plain washstand stiff leather collar supposed to

texture, etc., but Concord Grape Jelly. or dresser may be given long give a more military carriage. ((7 Buys you the
(Makes 11 medium glasses) From that time
r. still seem to lack smart lines by adding open on, "Leather
something vital? 4 cups juice shelves at the ends. Here, a top neck" has been the word for a

j A dinner, lunch or breakfast that 1V2 cups sugar of plywood with a plain moulding -Mar i1e. The word for his favorite
lacks a sense of completeness is Yz bottle fruit pectin around the edges extends across cigarette is "Camel"--the favor

like a ham sandwich without mustard You will need about 3 pounds of the top of the stand and shelves. ite cigarette also of men in the

!, meat without seasoning, fish rapes for four cups of juice. Wash, By adding a plain baseboard and Army, Navy, and Coast Guard.
I without a tart sauce, a pie without and stem grapes and crush grapes. a coat of paint the piece is finished (Based on actual sales records :';: rr a: I
with a modern air. The paint from service, men's .stores;) So if third thlnD.r.
a flaky crust. The small things that Add just enough water to keep from DOUBLE OR
do big things for menus are the relishes scorching, bring to a boil and simmer should match the woodwork and you want to make a hit with your SINGLE EDGE

pickles, jams and jellies, 5 minutes. Strain juice through if old hardware is removed to friends or relatives in the service,
which brings me to today's topic. cheesecloth. Measure out 4 cups. make way for simple new drawer send a carton of Camels. :Your

Relishes such as pickles, jellies, Measure sugar and mix with juice. pulls the screw holes should be I local dealer is ,featuring Camel Manufactured and guaranteed by .
conserves and preserves can supply Bring to a boil over hottest fire, filled with plastic wood and sand cartons for service men.--Adv. IFEDERAL RAZOR BLADE co., NEW YORKEE

*that sense of completeness to a meal stirring constantly. Bring to a full, papered before painting.
if you use them with a thought to rolling boil and boil hard % min The diagram at the upper right
flavor affinity. ute. Remove from fire, skim, and shows how to make the wall deco

For chicken try strawberry or pour into hot, sterilized jelly glasses. ration from a remnant of flowered

plum jam. Goose calls for. spiced Paraffin at once. chintz. If you use an old frame, The is
peach jam or apple jelly. Orange Note: 2 cups of light corn syrup the chintz picture may be given Skipper .;
: 'b and., cherry jam or relish are tops may be substituted in this recipe"for the appearance of an oil painting :
with bland duck. Spiced grape jam two cups of sugar. Use 5% cups by applying several coats of varnish

or gooseberry jams are "musts" of sugar and 2 cups light corn syrup allowing plenty of time for a Lady _
with beef just as mint or crabapple : in the recipe for Concord Grape each coat to dry thoroughly.
I' jelly are musts with lamb. Pair off jelly. *
! that golden brown ham with plum Peach and Plum Jam. NOTE: Now that it is patriotic to be
I resourceful in domestic
jelly or horseradish mixed with (Makes 8 small glasses) not use the talents our of all the economy family?why To

grape jelly. Veal needs currant or 1 pound blue plums make essential things from those odds and
blackberry jam.If V/z pounds peaches ends which have accumulated around the
house? Homemaking bookets No. 1 and 8
you can't get quince jelly, try 1 box' powdered fruit pectin

cranberry jelly with pork. Liver will 4* cups sugar ,
be extra good with tomato relish. Or

Bread and Butter Pickles. 2 cups light corn syrup Gems of Thought
(Makes 8 pints) V/2 cups sugar
12 large cucumbers
Peel and pit peaches. Chop fine pLAY not for gain, but for
4 onions sliced
4 ly. Pit plums and chop until fine. sport. Who plays for more SHE'S A "SELF-STARTER"
cups sugar
1 Add powdered pectin '(or pectin, than he can lose with pleasure
: quart vinegar"
:! 3 water sugar and corn syrup.) Mix well stakes his heart.-George. Her
cups and bring to a boil, stirring con bert. FARADAY BENEDICT
;; 4
teaspoons celery seed
, 4 teaspoons mustard seed stantly. Bring to a full rolling boil, Break, break, break, HIE" 5 ELF..5TSf" well.known "lady skipper"
2 teaspoons tumeric and boil, hard 1 minute. Remove At the foot of thy crags, O Sea! on Lake Michigan, and

Cut cucumbers in V inch slices. from heat and skim. Pour into hot, But the tender grace of a day that- is bOY0'' \C.e\\oUSn\ "dI. active charity worker says:
sterilized glasses and seal. dead some 'The breakfast for
Soak with onions in strong salt water I S Yn 7fJ1t6"1J1J1i1 right me
Nothing to the sweet Will never come back to me.
compares ,
for 4 hours. 0mil"- is a big bowl of Kellogg's
spicy, home-like smell of the making Alfred, Lord Tennyson. \1A.NS
Combine remaining '::,. CORNFLAKJI Corn Flakes with some fruit
: J of chili sauce: Next to knowing when, to seize .Ai
/ ,
!t Pl0tUNS and lots of milk. Tastes
and Chili Sauce. an opportunity the most important )
bring to
boil. Add strained a (Makes 5 quarts) thing in life is to know :r \1000 wonde ul..and helps keep
""... f me going top speed right
'- tamOUS
: when to forego an advantage. the \\aS\es *"
cucumber and 1 gallon chopped, peeled tomatoes \IIS \h
onion { tJO. 1 chopped onions Disraeli. jl.elloUs corn fla'.es yOllr appe. -..1/.4. ...c. .......- through t"111, lunch t"Ime.so ."
slices. Bring 'D cup &ood',\sharp ens \0 eat -
to a boil again IVz cups chopped green'peppers Those who have known grief \ a'.es yoU want_ ..,
and boil 5 minutes Pack into hot, 1 cup vinegar seldom seem sad.--Benjamin tlill\e ,h. 'PO' fot AJ".oI,,,..ch<,...'.''Pf,i..o .11................................... Com.1943 br Kellocc Com.ayCAMELS
sterilized jars. 1 cup sugar Disraeli. e: ;;:::"....II, di.

Concord grapes are plentiful in the 3 tablespoons salt
fall and make delicious jelly. You V/2 teaspoons ground allspice

can substitute corn syrup' in this Z tablespoons cinnamon -
one: V/z teaspoons cloves

Tie spices loosely in cheesecloth.
Boil with vegetables until mixture

Lynn Says: is reduced to half its original quantity

The Score Card: Cantaloupe sup stirring all the while to prevent

plies for this year will be lighter scorching. Add vinegar, salt, sugar
because of curtailed production, and boil rapidly for 5 minutes. Pour
but watch your markets for the ,into hot sterilized jars and seal im ARE

"peaks" of the season as supplies mediately. THE BIG' FAVORITE WITH

come in from California, Arizona, Pickled Peaches.
Georgia and South Carolina. (Makes 8 pints) THE MARINES. THEY HAVE

I' Recently a group of prepared 3 cups honey
cereals have had their whole 3 cups vinegar

grain nutritive values restored or 2 cups water MILDNESS AND SWELL
are now made from whole grains 1 teaspoon salt
so watch labels when doing your 1 tablespoon whole cloves FLAVOR
buying. 2 sticks cinnamon
The peaclj crop this year will 5 quarts peaches-

be like last year-one of the Heat honey, vinegar, water and with men in the Marines,Army,Navy,and
best, according to present indica salt. Scald peaches, remove skins Coast Guard,the favorite cigarette is Came
tions. Heavy shipments have already and insert cloves. Place a few in (Based on actual sales records la Pose Exchanges
started coming in and pro and Canteens.)
the boiling syrup, add cinnamon and
duction will climb up to about 50 cook until peaches are tender, and
million bushels-a new high.
acquire a slightly transparent look.
Broilers and fryers will be Pack in sterilized jars, cover with IMPORTANT TO STEADY SMOKERS:

1 S months abundant, so during don't miss these out next on good few boiling syrup and seal. 7hesmoKe, of A A AI.I'Isw

I fried chicken or crisply browned What are your food problems? Cake
," ,Ii i. .
and broiled chicken. Young making? Bread making? Pickles, jams, vrl11g
I chickens are abundant now because jellies? Children's lunches? Miss Lynn
of increased war poultry Chambers will be glad to give you expert conhlns ess NICOT/NE
production. advice on your particular problem, if you
I tvrite her explaining what you want to
Canned foods will come in fewer know, at Western Newspaper Union, 210 than that of the 4 other largest-selling brands tested -less than any

\ sizes this fall and whiter in South Desplaines Street, Chicago, III. of them- according'to Independent scientific tests of the!! smoke itsalfi!
the effort to cut down
on use of Please enclose a stamped, addressed envelope
lilt tin. for your reply.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.

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growers In regard to the Nice Crowd Attend be taken n<5 confessed by him; and I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. .
Contract Growers- cane that this order be published once each \ Clerk Circuit Court, ,-
contracts and that, at that time .1 week for four consecutive weeks in ( Hendry County, !.'lorlda.II. I
there had been no dissatisfactionshown. __ the Clewiston News. A.Solicitor. RIDER, ,
Done and ordered this 3rd day? of ( for Complainant.
(Continued from page 1) He said that.if the grow (Continued from Page, .1/' August, 1942. I August 7112128. L.I!"" '
that the Louisiana contractwas none of them can identify' it it is .
the increased costs such as taxes, ers felt -------------- -
of sugar house operational costs, the fairer that he would bQ regarded :as an enemy"plane' and interceptor

transportation costs, etc., and willing to scrap the present con planes ;ere sent up. ,

pointed out that heavy increases tracts and substitute the Louisianaone He pointed put that Florida is, 9

bad resulted this past season principally or work out a new one; that considered a/' primary objective

because the corporation had the growers had .been as fair to the should the,enemy stage a bombingraid

'lost' a fight to use their _own crews corporation as the corporation' to on -,this country and that south

to operate cane trains over tracks them and he wanted no differencesto Florida' could easily be isolated' by

of the Florida East Coast and the raise at this time. bombing of highways and bridges V %
Atlantic Coast Line Railways J. E. Beardsley closed the hearing in central Florida. '' He stressed the ..ti

Sugar house wages had raised by stating that a contract is importance of manning the local

forty-four per cent he said in a good only so long as confidence post and said that more observers, I f i'r

two-year period and other:j costs ,exists between contracting parties were", needed, ,suggesting two, for I c

such as bags, were correspondingly and he felt that this confidencestill each watch.G. ,

.. higher.Mr. existed.. He suggested that Small who is at present directing lJF fk'z. /
Bitting then explained the i, the time for closing the hearing be the personnel of the Clew- i H l /. i

complaints of one grower' ;Who had extended for a time to iron out iston Post asked for volunteer:

applied Dr. Graysou's;""ratio table details and this was agreed to by watchers at the close of the meet Y.

and the results were slightly in the hearing board. They set the ing and several were secured. Still I II .

favor of the grower but ')le pointedout time for closing the hearing, onlyso more are needed however. I ..- 4,

that all provisions 'of'i' the con far as the price ,determination is Lieut. Smith'/ party was made up :

tract had been carefullyworked)\ concerned, for Sept. 15 with a of Sgt. C. Shimmel, instructor at .. : i-: : ::: .

out between the corporation- ; and possibility of a further extension the information center and Pvt : 4 \Jr

the growers because 'bout: 'contracting if needed at that time
M. C. Smith. ENJOY '..rHF.COIPOHTS ai a I! Il IIII
parties disliked the type conI .

tract used by Louisiana. Navy RecruitersContinued "Victory lunches" that follow
Mr Kurtz followed .and stated I food-for-freedom diet rules' are now ....
that it had been his understandingof being served to war workers in the OP

the costs ,clause of the contract ( from Page 1)) cafeterias of one large company. MODERNI

that because of the economic situ- tion and at the Sugar Houseand I I For 30 cent workers can now get

ation at the time' it might 'be" necessary back at the postoffice this after- meals consisting of a, liberal helpingof StreamlineBuses

to store sugar and if so the noon. meat, fish or eggs; vegetables,; ,

growers would have to share in Any young man in this area whole wheat or enriched bread;

such extra costs but that' the growers who is thinking of enlisting in the butter; and milk or. a milk dessert.

< had not felt that it would be Navy should take advantage of I Service
invoked on ordinary operating costs. this opportunity to have their first Last September 1,914 planes were :

He introduced a letter which he had physical examination and to sign produced in production was I
of the ; Low Fares .
written regarding I -
up their papers, a matter nearly 4,000. '
contract at the time the original usually requires going to Miami or Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida : "'II

contract had been drawn which West Palm Beach. Make an effort to turn in all the and the North. '
sought to clarify certain points. He I -.c. ;
scrap metal possible so you
the clause shouldbe '. ..
said he felt IS :YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? will have a hand in licking the Japs. Northbound-CrosM-Stale to Tnmpn : -::-
withdrawn to cover only those
man'agement Lv. CANAL' POINT 5.20 AM 10:30 AM 1:40 PM 3:30 PM .
for which the -
increased costs Ar; LAKELAND 9:30 AM 3:25 PM 6:15 PM 8:25 PM
was not responsible. The seeking decree in this Court to ABLE PROPERTY IN THE SOUTH Ar. ,TAMPA 10:50 AM 4:30 PM 7:20 PM I 9:30 PM-

deduction for mill costs had comeas validate and confirm the issuance of FLORIDA _CONSERVANCY DIS Southbound '
said bonds, and said petition now TRICT -Going
surprise he said, to the ;
a great having been presented to this Court You and each of are hereby -
you Lv CANAL POINT 12:15 AM 2:00: PM 3:50 PM .4:00 PM .. 5:55 PM
contract growers. and the Court being fully advised I notified that on August 10, 1942, the -. -
Ar MIAMI 3:55 AM 5:30 PM 7:20 PM 7:30 PM ,. 9:40 PM
in the premises, it is ORDERED, ADJUDGED foregoing order to show cause was
Admitting that all figures were AND DECREED that the I entered by The Honorable Ross: Returning .
not at hand Mr. Kurtz also asked State of Florida, through the State Williams, Judge of the Circuit Courtof .
Attorney of the Fifteenth Judicial the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of Lv. MIAMI 2:00 AM 7:00 A\I 9:00 AM 1000; AM 12:01 PM
for an explanation of why Flor- Circuit and the State Attorney of the Florida In and for Palm Beach County Ar. CANAL POINT'.5:20: AM 10:30 AM 12:20 P.\I: 1:40 PM 3:30 PM:
ida growers were paid only 9.835cents Twelfth Judicial Circuit be' and is and that the petition filed in said
hereby required to show cause, if any as referred to in said order Northbound .to Tallahassee
ton of cane for molasses before this Court the courtb of :
per there be, on e heard before the Judge COSTS L>:SS THAN DRIVING
content while Louisiana growers 14th day of September, 1942, at 9:30 said Court In the Court House in Lv CANAL POINT _._..._._.._.._..12:20 PM
o'clock A. M. at the Court House in West Palm Beach, 'Florida, on Sep Ar ORLANDO :_______...._._....__..:. 4:35 Pat: l\lIuml .........._....._. S J.80 $ 321r
received 27.605 cents. West Palm Beach, Florida, why said tember 14, 1942, 'at 9:30 o'clock A. M., DCALA -........-.......-....- -- '1:25: PM ,
Mr., Bitting then explained that bonds should not be validated and and you and each of you are hereby Ar TALLAHASSEE': .-.;:....::; ,__12,10 AM Jnckaon 'ille -r-. 4.55: 8. ,
confirmed by a decree of this Courtin charged with notice of the contentsof : Tampa _..-:_.._.__ 2:0: 4,60
the difference in molasses price conformity to the prayer set forthin said petition and notified and re Northbound to Juckson'lIle Lakeland 2.10 3.80(
due largly to the availibility said petition and pursuant to the quired to appear at the time and -'
was laws of the'State of Florida In such place of hearing as aforesaid to show Lv. CANAL POINT _.....___..__12:20 PM Orlando ..__--- 2.30 4.15
of markets for Louisiana molassesand case made and provided.It cause, if any you have or if any there Ar. JACKSONVILLE _........__......12:01 AM 'rulJnh'uMMe-e ._._ 6.3:0: 11.45
a much lower freight rate by is further ordered and decreed be, why the refunding bonds refer- (Via Orlando) Lake CitY" _._ 4.GO. 8.30Lv
that the Clerk of this Court is hereby red to in' said petition should not be
water up the Mississippi and that required to give notice of such validated and confirmed in conformitywith CANAL POINT __.,_....._... 5:20 A\ Atlanta '.._.__ 9.15 16.0
the corporation, as producers of hearing by publication of this orderin the prayer set' forth In said Ar JACKSONVILLE _............-.. 4:00 PM Savannah --. ...::- 6.4:0: 11.60
molasses newspapers printed and publishedin petition and pursuant to the laws of I (Via Winter Haven) Dlrmlnham 10.80 19.45
ninety per cent of the Palm Beach and Hendry Counties! the State of Florida in such case
naturally interested in secur and of general circulation in the made and provided. Lv. CANAL POINT ______.__.._ 1:40 P\t New York _. 11'.3:0: 31.5Ar .
was portions of said District located in : This notice_ is given under date of 1 JACKSONVILLE. ._____... 1:15 AM Direct : Connection At Jack- ....
ing the best possible price. the. respective counties, once each I August 10, 1942.J. (Via Winter Haven) lCon'lIle, Tnlhh8lucee and hake t.
He then told of meeting informally week for three consecutive weeks ALEX ARNETTE, City With Greyhound Lines
prior to the said 14th day of September Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Lv. CANAL POINT __._.__,_...._ 3:30 PM For All Points North Bnd'
Monday afternoon withIN 1942, the first publication in each Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in the Ar. JACKSONVILLE _........._._.-.... 4:4511 We t.
of said counties to be. thirty days before State of Florida, in and for Palm (Via Lakeland) -
said date. At the time and place Beach County.
THE CIRCUIT COURT aforesaid all property owners, taxpayers RAYMOND' R. RICHARDSON,'
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF citizens and all others whomit Attorney. DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'SDRUG STORE
FLORIDAIN may concern or having or claiming Publish August 14, 21, 28, 1942.
AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTYIN any right title or interest in said PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
District are hereby notified to appear
and show cause, if any they have or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
CHANCERYNo. if any there be, why said bonds TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF CCFg65PEG
17717 should not vbe validated and confirmed THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
DISTRICT, a political subdivision of conformity to the prayer set forthin CHANCERY.' '"
the State of Florida, by and through said petition and pursuant to the
its Board of Supervisors, laws of the State of Florida in such
Petitioner, case: made and provided. HESTER SUSAN ROSE
Done and ordered at West Palm Complainant, ( :' i"QYO17 rCttig5d
THESSTATE OF FLORIDA, et ai, Beach, Florida, In 'the Fifteenth Judicial vs.MAULTIH.
Defendant. Circuit of the State of Florida, EVERETT ROSE,
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE this 10th day of August, A. D. 1942. Defendant.
The above cause coming on to be ROSS WILLIAMS, To Maultle Everett Rose, whose placeof
heard upon the petition this day filed Judge of the Circuit Court of the residence is unknown:
herein by South Florida Conservancy Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of the It appearing from the sworn bill l .
District Florida, a political subdi- State of Florida in and for Palm filed' in said court wherein said complainant tM
vision of the State of Florida including Beach County, Florida. seeks a divorce from the
territory located in Palm Beach I said defendant that the place of residence -
and Hendry Counties, and the Boardof PUBLIC NOTICE I of said defendant is unknown.
Supervisors for said District as its TO THE PROPERTY OWNERS. TAXPAYERS It is now, therefore, ordered that the
governing body, seeking to determinethe CITIZENS AND ALL 'said defendant be and Is required to I
authority to issue refunding OTHERS (WHOM IT MAY CON- appear in said cause on September 7,
bonds in the total sum of $551,500 and CERN HAVING OR CLAIMING I 1942, at the Clerk's office in the
to determine the' legality of the pro- ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST Hendry: County Florida, courthousein
ceedings had and taken preliminaryto IN SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY the City of LaBelle, Florida, otherwise -
and in connection therewith and DISTRICT OR TAX- the allegations of said bill will

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