The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1941
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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I I Commission Sets MillageFor County Road Credits ''Clewis ton Considered- As.. ..

Amount To $411,000The

County ;At 3 3-4 Mills county commissioners Wed- Defense Building Area 'I

, nesday' evening approved a report
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0' submitted by C. W. Burr of Talla- o '

OPERATING VILLAGE CUT FROM Social Security Talk hassee, auditor for (the state road I Governors 'I REPRESENTATIVE EXPECTED i
44 MILLLEVY OF department, crediting Hendry coun- TO MAKE INVESTIGATION

LAST YEAR ty with certain funds representinggas THIS WEEK-END _
Made To Kiwanians tax allocation. Meeting In Florida ;

-The county commissioners at a A representative from the Defense
I --- Hendry county's pick up in road
called meeting Monday morning at j I Housing Coordinator's office
while credit
i Kenneth 'Valentine, manager of credits is $411,000 on
LaBelle set 3 3-4 as the county mil- | interest is $743,000. Officials of the United States Sugar Washington. is scheduled to be
I I the Social Security office in West
lage on the five funds contromngI I Corporation were notified the In Clewiston, today or tomorrow to
I ,i I Palm Beach covering eight counties After road bonds and, Interestare
operating expenses, as against 44' middle of this week by a letter investigate housing conditions which /
bordering on Lake Okeechobee, ,was paid, 80 per cent 'of the balance -
from J. W. Power convention to r
mills last year. man- may lead the declaration of this
the guest speaker at the Wednes- of the above credits will bused of the
ager City of Miami, that the as a defense housing
Millages on these funds are ,,1 day night meeting of the Kiwanis by the state road departmentin convention. 'of area. I
Governors of ten
3-8 for general 'revenue, 3-4 for I Club and his talk on a subject of the building of new roads, while southern states It may be several days after his. j I

fine and forfeiture 1-4 for road interest to everyone, either as em- the balance, or 20 per cent, will be held there scheduled to be visit before anything definite I&
and bridge, 1-4 for publicity and I much on Sunday, Monday and known as his findings will have to.
ployer, employee or both, was added to the county 'road and .Tuesday of next week had been .
1-8 for mother's pension. I enjoyed by 'Kiwanis member: bridge fund and is to be used strictly postponed until some time after be reported to and acted upon by.

The general school millage was i In his talk Mr. Valentine discussed for constructing and maintaining Christmas.As the Washington office.

set at. 3 mills 'while maintenance briefly the office set-up, and county roads.SCHOOL. Establishment of. a defense hous,

of school districts '4, 5, 6 and 7 I the number of assistances whichare a special feature of the ,con- Ing area here would mean that high

1-2 vention it had been planned, at priorities would be 'given for dwell.
was set at 1 each. For the controlled by the board other I

special school district interest and'I than old age security.: One of these Governor Spessard L. Holland's ing houses, apartments> etc., toa

sinking fund 5 1-2 mills was mentioned was the aid to needy BOND DEBT suggestion, to bring the distinguished _value up to, $6,000. Materials for ,

levied for district 4; 1 3-4 for dis- blind, 200 of which 'are receiving guests to Clewiston on the last construction would be made aail-.

trict 5, and 65-100 for district $20.00 a month in Florida today. OF TWO DISTRICTSIS day of the convention for a lunch- able and a number of homes would I

7. Collection of the social security tax eon at the Inn and a program likely: be started within a very short t
which was to have been interests'are
arrangedby time. Substantial already
Neither the county nor school is handled by the Internal Revenue
a committee of sugar corpora- willing and prepared, to engage
budgets have been returned Department and the immensity of TO BE REFUNDEDThe -
approved -
tion department, heads. Mr. Power, in extensive housing construes
the job was indicated by some of
but permission to set, mill-
in his letter, said that he felt
sure tion to meet the acute demand here
the There 850-
figures he
gave. '
was granted in wires received -
ages there would be no change in this ...
if ample supply of materials Is as
000 account numbers in the stats
from ,state comptroller Jim Lee Hendry .county school board plan when the convention held.
was sured.
and Colin English, state superin- of Florida alone, he said, which 11n regular session in LaBelle Fri-
No definite date has been
I :) on The expansion program plannedby
I in a total of almost fourteen [
tendent of public instruction. pay day morning negotiated an agree-
which the
Governors will get together the United States Sugar Corporation -..
(Continued on Page 4) ment with J. B. Johnston,
In order to stay within the repre- for their annual meeting. ,will make it imperative that I

limits. of millage to be levied by senting the William H. Reynoldscompany new homes for extra workers be !
of Fort Myers, E. C.
the county as prescribed for Hen- provided and the construction ot
dry county by Comptroller Lee, Hodge, representing B. J. Van In- I
VOLUNTEERS BEGIN BIG ATTENDANCE AT the new sweet potato starch plant ,
Clerk William T. Hull told the gen and company of New York, ,and plans for which are now being I

board he had reduced the mother's Robert H. Cook and company of .
drawn up, will likely be started
pension fund from $1,000 as it. ANNUAL RED CROSS Miami, to refund the outstanding ARMISTICE PROGRAM soon after the first of the year. I
bond indebtedness of school dis- I
appeared in the budget to $627.94. ]. While priorities are given for the
This reduced the total amount of tricts number 4 and 5, subject to -.. to-
erection of this plant furnish a

the tentative budget. approved by I ROLL CALL DRIVE the approval of State Superintendent AT ,SCHOOL TUESDAY vital defense product the housing

the board and advertised in'the ;! Colin English. situation 'was not taken' into con- ,

August 28 edition of the News This refunding operation will effect sideration.

from $91,811.09. to $91,439.03., I I The ,Red Cross Roll Call is well i a saving of approximately $15- The, Armistice Day program held There has existed a shortage of j

The board approved the errors 000 in district 4 and $28,000 in district Tuesday morning on ,the football houses and apartments through the I

and insolvency list, certificates and under way this week 'with several 5, because the deferred in- field at the school was very well entire summer and while a number

discounts amounting to '$5,138.841 volunteer workers beginning on terest coupon is expressly waivedin attended and, was regarded as one of new homes have been built they

as; submitted by County Tax Col-! Tuesday: to take memberships in the new refunding bonds to be of the most ,successful of such pro- have been occupied as soon as avail- I

lector R. N., Miller. I, their allotted ?territory. issued.In ; grams ever held here. able. The establishment of the air
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County, "Ti.c' .l"1 osestor" -'i..f.''' 'Dennis i RepOrt s' 'aVe lnsufticient' ; to indi- 'special, tax school district The day was a, general' holiday training 'school a few.-mlles west of t

Small announced he was ready to how number', 4 (Felda) the amount of in Clewiston which permitted the Clewiston made heavy ,demands for r
cate large a membership
proceed with the tax' roll as soon:' the schoolhouse bonds is $44,000, attendance at,' the program of almost vacancies which in many cases can i

as the board had set the millage. |i. local chapter will obtain, but it i iI interest $35,750' making the total all who wished to come. not be provided without additional -

He said it would be about four I thought certain that the quota of requirements $79,750. The new issue 'To open the program at 10:15, facilities. The many instructors, mechanics j

weeks' before will be' $64,640, or a savingof and members of ,the office 4
tax statements wouldbe 450 allotted by' national headquarters eighteen boys and eighteen girls

ready to mail out. for Clewiston will be reached. $15,110.In from the school's student body, I personnel connected with the field

I special tax school district 5, dressed in white and each carryingan I have, in most cases, been unable to
Pete Chagaris, roll call chairman -
bonds are $70,000, interest $61- American onto 'find suitable housing accommodations. -
flag marched the
is that the local
Tigers To Play |I I group will far exceed its quota this 780 making the total $131,780.The field and formed' ra, background for I scheduled to
new issue will add up $102,920 the playing of the Star Spangled The investigator is
Store windows calling attention -
Avon Park Tonight year. to the Roll Call Drive have effecting a saving of $28,866.The Banner by the school orchestra and visit Fort Lauderdale, and Holly
board authorized the wood before coming to
pur- the oath of to the
'I been arranged in Parkinson's, and allegiance flag. .
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!I''in The Toggery Shop. These win- chase of $300 equipment 'for the Dick Schiffli, as color bearer led t

The Clewiston Tigers will go into dows 'are displaying some of the home economics room in the new the procession and the band's drummer American Legion ,Holds

the game 'with Avon Park on the work which' has been produced by school building here as needed. kept time for the marchers.

local gridiron tonight little hopingto Rev. Douglas M. Carhart r Armistice Meeting.Clewiston
the local chapter for disaster relief gave Day .
win let
determined to the
purposes. Dresses, sweaters, the invocation which 'was followedby ..
visitors from the --
ridge section
layettes, mittens, beanies and scarfs TOM LYKES DIES OF a splendid talk by Principal R.
know that have rican
they' been in ,a are arranged beside posters urgingthe W. Turk on the Bill of Rights. Legion Post

. game. I IJ I public to "Join Now." Taking up each of the provisionsof I No. 93 celebrated' Armistice Day,-

The visitors are favored to win the Bill fell the date of the regular -
J Roll Call workers include E. II.Cornette !HEART ATTACK AT of Rights, he gave a which on
:i for several reasons although little, clear explanation of them and said monthly meeting, with a dinner -
::t I ; co-chairman; Mrs. W. H.
is known of their strength. Their that all of us should be pleased to meeting at the Clewiston Inn

team will be composed of six men(, Jimmy Lanier, Wilson chairman, I. S.women's Bell,, Mrs.division Ruth; HIS HOME IN TAMPAFuneral live in ,a land and be governed as followed by a party and dance at

from an experienced eleven-man Clewiston Cocktail Lounge.
we are. the
Wilcox, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, R. W.
team and should have decided members of the post
of the
a Turk:, E. L. McCleod, ,A. O. Ward, J. E.. Beardsley and W. C. Owen, Most

weight advantage over the Tigers. Mrs: N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. H. T. services for Thompson representing the American Legion, were present, accompanied by their
The Tigers have been handicappedby Mayo Lykes, 57, prominent south wives and there were several other
Vaughn, Mrs. J. R. Morrison, Mrs. gave interesting, talks on the pres-
having a small squad with not F. M. Rodriguez, Miss Florence Florida business man, who died ent world conditions and of how I guests.

enough players to get in regular Graham, Miss Ardis Bolton, Miss suddenly at his home in Tampa these conditions had given a new I Enjoying the occasion were: Mr.

scrimmage practices. Only eight Monday night, were held and Mrs. R. N. 11111erIr.. and
Gloria McDuffie, Miss Laura Bailey, }yesterday meaning to Armistice Day and a
men hate been eligible to play for Miss Mauryne Prewitt, Miss Mari- +Dining at 10:30 at hishome, realization to all peoples of the Mrs. Harry Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.

several weeks. anne Jones, Mrs. George Reed, Mrs.R. 5402 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa, with meaning of democracy. H. H. McCall, of LaBelle, Mr. and

Kickoffis. at eight o'clock and W. Turk, Mrs. Sam Young, Mrs. the Rev. Edward Bull, rector of Mrs. Homer ,Taylor and R. H. Tabbof
Representing the student
r one of the largest crowds of the Bob 'Wiandt, Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, St. Andrews Episcopal Church of- Elbert Hooker made body talk, Felda, Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Couse
season is expected. Mrs. F.. 'E. ficiating.The and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Van De Veldeof
Conkling, Mrs. F
on the meaning of Armistice, his
The Tigers were defeated 28-12 Duff taken Moore Haven, and Joe Jones of
Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Mrs. A. body was to Brooks- remarks
being addressed to the
;4n Everglades last' Friday with the L. Hackett, Miss Julia Ann Ogles- ville for interment: in the Spring- students, both those whose fathers Bare Beach;

following line-up: Waldren and by, Mrs. W. L. Lott, and Mrs. H. hill family cemetery : Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr.
in the first World War
Pape at ends, Perry at center, Can- C. Jones. Death came suddenly to this served and Mrs. F. D. Duff, :Mr. and Mrs.
trell and Belcher at halfback and those who did not .have mem- Thomas C. H.
posi- G. B. Mr. and
prominent south Floridan. He com- ;
.. tions and Martinez at fullback. bers of the family in that conflict. M. Bish-
Thiswill plained of a pain in his stomach Berner, Mr. and Mrs. R.
probably be the starting line- FAREWELL PAnTY GIVEX FOR shortly before ten o'clock but was Following the 'talks the children op, Mr. an.l Mrs. Vernon Ramsey,

up tonight with Schiffli and Hooker MISS VIRGINIA JORDAN able to telephone for a doctor. He returned to the field and spelledout Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mr. and

also seeing plenty of action. was dead before the doctor's ar- the letters-U. S. A. Everyone Mrs H. R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. F.
f.. stood for ,a moment of silent J. E.
r Miss Beatrice Jacobs was hostessat rival and his death was attributedto prayer E. Conkling, Mr. and Mis.

r:: Four Houses Being a spaghetti supper Tuesday eve- a heart attack. He was said neverto as Taps was sounded exactly at Beardsley, Mr.; and Mrs. N. V. ,S.

ning at the Community Center. The have had a sick day. eleven o'clock and the program, end- Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mor-

., .' Built In Harlem party was a farewell party for Miss He was one of the six Lykes ed with the band playing America.. rison, Dr. and Mrs. B. A.. Bourne,
Virginia Jordan Mrs. O. A. Jones, and Miss
who leaves Sunday brothers Mr. and
I! who have extensive in-
___ to reside in Jacksonville. The hon- RED CROSS GARMENTS Katherine Moran of Clewiston.
t.1 terests in this and other countries.
The Clewiston Realty and Development oree received TO, HE TURNED IN --------. -
//1 many pretty gifts He was vice president and director --
i Corporation has begun from her friends as mementoes of MRS. TURNER: WINS HIGH
Lykes Bros. Incf., the
i-,': the construction of four double the occasion. Tampa ,The local Red. Cross \\orkroomofficials SCORE AT WEDNESDAY

:--, houses- In the Harlem Interocean Steamship Company and have requested that all CLUB'I I
plantation The -
II I guests included Mrs.
T. E. the Lykes Bros. Steamship 'company volunteers '
who'are doing sewingor E. Nail awarded
village for rental purposes. Mrs. Campbell
Markette Miss Mildred
Durst: Miss and was manager of the Lykes
knitting forthe presentquota
when she en-
The 'houses prizes
are similar in construction Phoebe Peterson Miss bath towels as
tense Bros. extensive, cattle interests in
,' to the houses built In please' turn 'theIr completed gar- tertained the Wednesday evening i
I Collins, Mrs Cecile Brooks Miss
south Florida. As of this
manager a lents In to the work-iooin by this week.
the Townsite Village and other Renee bridge club at her home
Wethington, Miss
Evelyn part of the corporation's interests
I plantation vast Thanksgiving. ,Inasmuch as these Mrs. Blanche Turner won high prize
villages of
the Hare
sugar Miss Lois Prince, .Miss Mae '
he better known
was to garments have to be labelled and second.A .
,J. Schroeder
I ? corporation. They are of frame con- Palmer Miss and Mrs. B. '
struction, covered with asbestos E. Miner, :Miss Elizabeth Wright, Mrs C. residents of this section than any blocked (In. the case of knitted gar-i chili supper was served before
Huffaker, of the group of brothers and spent ments) and have buttons buttonholes The
cement shingles on the walls and Miss I and -) the bridge games started. members -
sheet Margery Spoolstra, Mrs. L. a great deal of his time here made .(in the case of and guests attending were
f iron roof. Each of the houses W. Brown, :Miss: Julianne ( '
will accommodate two families or Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. Ruth Oglesby, looking 'after property and cattle j dresses), it is necessary that they Mis. Blanche Turner, Mrs Schroeder -
: "t I twelve single men.They located Miss Wil- interests. j I Jbe, received by Thanksgiving. ThIs :Miss Mae Palmer, :Mrs. Malley
are cox,
Shirley Hunter
just across the street from Markette, Miss Katherine, Miss Mary Mr. Lykes was active in Tampa i f quota is to be completed and packed :- 1: Palmer, Mrs R; C. Wilson, Mrs.A. .

the Harlem commissary. Mrs. John Kettl. Minges, social life and served as king of i ready for shipment by December C. Carlton, and Mrs. R. C.

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fl':;;'. P I'I Alley OomphTime I M

teas when the bowling alleys of the nation were regarded as

'",' I select gentlemen's clubs. Today some 3,000,000 women in the United

':"::::. AK. bN States go in for bowling in a big way. ,This series of photos shows you

( ( U some of the gals who bring oomph to the alleys. ESCREENw ADIOS tWNUSrrvc.

Washington, D. C. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Man About Town:

{.. NAZI SABOTAGE difficult to write calmlyand Does The Washington Times-
,;;. The man to watch in Europe to- $ Herald know that 24 members oi
k' .' day-next to Hitler-is a suave and critically about Walt Dis congress are mixed up (in various

" .: charming diplomat in Turkey x aa ney's "Dumbo" fact, it's degrees) in the current Federal
," named Franz von Papen. It IS always practically impossible. This Grand Jury's probe into the activities

&: a significant omen when Hitler ___ story of the baby elephant with of foreign agents using our
; sends Von Papen to a country.? It mails for propaganda purposes?
''Y- means he has dire and potent intentions the over-size ears, who's born in- Not all 24 are involved in guilt.

7- regarding that area. ? $ H i to a circus and made miserableby Some were merely innocent bystanders

,'; It was Von Papen who went to the other animals because of How can Petain offer

i\ Austria as ambassador to soften those same ears, is completely himself as a hostage? How can
:? for the Nazi oc- he give what he ?
L : it in preparation enchanting. There's Timothy Mouse, doesn't own
;7" cupation. It was Von Papen who 26 \,:y. ti i / Syr :: ry n successor to Jiminey Cricket; there'sthe -
< $ : rift'i
'.:/ years ago tried to do the same / i4 S >: band of black crows, there's the What two brain-trusters of a certain -
'. thing here. And now with weather ,. \4.: 4 squealing circus engine-and there's Washington probe are suspected -
\V /
getting cold in Russia and Hitler 4 ya. : ja i !I 4. n
the really lovely" sequence in which receiving checks from former
: running lower and lower on oil, a pink elephants ,dance. Every mo- Nazi espionage chief Von Bohle in

p Nazi squeeze on Turkey becomes !I ment of this hour-long picture is de S. A.? .Is there anything to
: almost inevitable. To prepare lightful-no two ways about'it, you'llhave the Capital buzz that Odium may
f; it, Ambassador Von Papen has been to see "Dumbo." inherit Knudsen's OPM headache?

:. working overtime in Turkey. --,. Can you guess which one of
, Von Papen'sattempt
Almost forgotten .is the
highest paid radio stars quit his
4. and the Jean Phillips once Jean Harlow's
to soften sabotage ,
cig sponsor because he wouldn't allow -
: United States during the last war. ,. ? .6. stand-in, had moved from a bit to a him
< to get a divorce to wed another -
But his operations here indicate the co-starring role in just two pictures ?

'.f_ lengths to which he may go in Turkey -. -she's the first stand-in since -
to bring that country into the Adrienne Ames to become a lead-
fi. Axis. ing woman, which is bad news for Isn't Doris Duke going to get her

. In 1915, Von Papen was German girls who hope to climb to stardomby divorce in Honolulu in May-and
r military attache in Washington -,""" _= 'Z'i"U=<=>> 1<)%"" ,,,,,,,,"""yvi'X'>hS."Wo" > s that route. Her first break came marry a Naval flier now here? .

when Count Johann von Bernstorff when she was Last in "Among the Is it possible that Princess Stefanie
The streamlined eyeful at right has the floor in this she Hohenlohe in sub-
.', returned from England with a corner as Living"; that performance earned has taken a house
satchel containing $150,000,000 in tells the quartet about the wonders bowling does for the figure. her the- second lead in "The Morn- : urban Beverly Hills, Alexandria,
't, German treasury notes. ing After." Now she's co-starred Va., under the nom de plume she.

:: : Von Papen, then in Mexico City, with Macdonald Carey in "Dr. |, has often used, in hotels? And why
hurried north, and immediately Broadway." Her resemblance to does she prefer being that near to

., began organizing a network of Ginger .Rogers blocked her career Washington, D. .C.? Table con-

fi.,'.: spies. when she first went to ,Hollywood. versationalists quote Rauschning,
Invasion Via Canada.. _JE-- the historian, as saying that, according -

. "' After selecting his agents carefully Glenda Farrell is happy. She's to his deductions, the war
r Von Papen laid the following signed to play the ex-sweetheart of a should end in 16 months.

U' plans: gangster in "Johnny Eager"; says -

: No. 1. To invade Canada through she's fascinated by the part, andGLENDA Lt. Comdr. Gene Markey sure
r': British Columbia with the aid of Has It Bad '(and that ain't good!)
;, German warships in the Pacific and f. '. / "F x J over Olivia De Havilland. Spendsall

German reservists in the United % his Navy coin on postage stampsto
y '-V
r" States. This plan was vetoed by 2, > :. write her Sad, isn't it, the
E Von Bernstorff.No. '. torch Jeff Jones of Princeton is
": 2. To blow up the Welland 34 4f yMr'J'A I carrying for Gloria Vanderbilt? His
;: canal. This scheme likewise was /Spf pals fear it'll make him ill .

abandoned, because the canal was 1: ..4 That's gonna be quite a story when
.; too well guarded.No. the Screen Publicists' Guild explodesover

: 3. To blow up Canadian railroads h the commy element Heav-
f,:. .. in an effort to prevent trans- ; } ; ens! Have you heard the dreadful

portation of Japanese troops ; ,,'DaIM': .a y.y '' 6f >:6ia'H. '?6'r nr r. news? Because of metal priorities
through Canada. (The Japanesewere ,1 r 3:0'0':>''. beauty shops will feel a shortageof
fighting with the Allies.) bobby-pins! '
No. 4. To : the International .
blowup -
w.wn''h .. dy y 9 yuI
;;_ bridge at Vanceboro, Maine.: : eh?
j """"" So you want to be an ,
:' This was accomplished through an Too much vim behind the ball, I This pretty maid knows that a ___ Life recently revealed that 3,500

agent named Werner Horn. and a, bit tardy in getting that !I heavy ball will knock the bark professional people haunt produc-

Von Papen was so industriousand, dainty finger out of the hole. from those darling shin bones.VbI ers' offices. Of these, 1,000 get jobs.
unscrupulous that he over-reached The average yearly employmentis
himself, and Wilson demanded his 4 to 5 weeks and the average an-
recall. But when he reached home, ... o "; .>>>:,:, iY+yv4 E nual income (excluding stars) is $200to

''I both'he and Bernstorff were awarded FARRELL $500 : Be a stenographer,
:: decorations, and both promoted. sister. You meet a better class of

t.: Subsequently, Von Papen became also wants to do it because the pic- people in the subway, anyway.
chancellor of Germany and he took ture is being directed by Mervin -

. part in the conspiracies which LeRoy, who gave her her first partin Somerset Maugham spurned an

brought Hitler into power. films. Invite to an affair for Their High-
--7: nesses, and didn't send any regrets

RUSSIAN REQUEST-A DRIBLET Irving Berlin has written 14 new Peggy Joyce's current is Jim-
Averell Harriman's confidential
songs for "Holiday Inn," more than my Wilson, a handsome six-footer.
report on Russian requests for aid have ever before been turned out in Must be love-he's poor If the
was vastly different from British re- ; Crosby will Japs get sassier FDR will call out
a single picture. Bing
quests after Dunkirk. In comparison -
the Boy Scouts.
of them Fred Astaire
sing some ,
with the British the Russian
44 will dance to them. The 'score includes -
orders seemed a mere driblet.
After the Lowlands debacle, the two old Berlin favorites" New York Heartbeat:

British had to start from scratch, "Easter Parade" and "Lazy. The Big Parade: C. Aubrey Smithas

having lost practically all their w A { 3'" .q ,V/I .''' British as a monocle .

armored equipment and most of Ginger Rogers and Cary Grant Rita Hayworth-the reason eyes I:
their field artillery. The Russians will co-star in RKO's production of were invented Herbert Marshall -
have lost tremendous quantities of Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the and Arthur Treacher ringsiding

material, but judging from their Man," with an original score by' at the Riviera, giving each other the
relatively modest requests, they Oscar Strauss, the Viennese composer. I "reallehs" and "y'don't-says!" .
still 'must have a lot left. If you want to see another Louis Bromfield at Fefe's Beach.
One of the chief things they asked + version of the same story right I His latest book, "Wild Is the River,"

for was 75 and 105 mm. guns, away, you can go to Metro's is a candidate for the BestSellerlists
which, luckily we can supply. Pro- "The Chocolate Soldier," with Nel- Eddy Duchin, curling up

duction figures are a military / A. .' Jrfl;+, .Ir4 V! son Eddy and Rise Stevens, of the with a good bookie in the Waldorf
secret, but these cannon are now w0 Metropolitan Opera company. It's foyer Rosemary Lane signing

rolling off assembly lines in quan- "" ':':' "''''-''''' u .,.......,.x..<,, v. ,< ".<., .:}}... w, ," -. "*;..-'"''' >'rysz_",ffs.'jvyf=;=,,, Miss Stevens' screen debut, and autographs outside the Barrymore
+rimWCplccoohv.4k+vivWk+ltlua:(' OiJirvvrv.\\iiaA.fvi+: M"- Theater. One of them asked her
tity. The Russians also asked for Metro executives feel sure that the
machine guns, which we can furnish This roly-poly ; taken up bowling to reduce. public will take her to their hearts. to get Priscilla's, too. The crumbs
also in large numbers, since ma- --7.f-- have crust The 3 Andrew Sisters -
chine is wearing spangled skirts, span-
gun production at a high
level. Remember the parting of the Red gled gloves and spangled hats. ,

sea in C. B. DeMille's "The Ten Looked like a Christmas Tree-o .
One of the biggest, and pleasantest -
surprises to Harriman that 1iiT r- r C-S ao %?/ 'y { 4s!1r Commandments"-or the chariot Owwwwwch! Who threw that? .
was ... .
the Russians do not need machine :.1, .>(yI,w. /,4/ ::7 s'rQ race in "Ben Hur"-or the earth- Wendy Barrie in the Roosevelt Grill
quake in "San Francisco"? Mr. De- -with 10-penny nail dangling
tools, at least for the present. This a
Mille thinks he's added a memo- from her bracelet. "They say I
took a big load off his mind, as ,
both the U. S. and Britain have ewtools ,rable sequence to that list-the i look like one-I might as well wear
to spare right now. squid fight in "Reap the Wild j one," is explanation Swifty
Wind." Ray Milland and John sucker at the
I I Morgan greeting a
Note: U. S. military experts con- Wayne, in diving suits, are exploring -I! House of Chan with: "Sit down,
sider lack of
co-ordination betweenthe
the hull of a wrecked vessel ina I pal, and have a check.''
three Russian armies to be
one search for Susan Hayward when -
of the principal reasons for the ak'4/o-: encounter the sea monster.Mr. I
break through in the center against suit Sallies in Our Alley: In "Back
DeMille donned a diving
Moscow. Although there has beena Street" Margaret Sullavan played
in huge
and directed the scenes, a
shift of Russian generals, doubt in the The Other Woman opposite Charles
tank. For other scenes
still exists about the coordinationof into the Boyer. In their latest, "App't for t
20 feet
he descended
the three armies under a central Said it Love," she plays his wife, who has
command. ; : { sl <'v K'b Pacific, to the ocean floor. to contend with two other gals. An J
/h rj he could get the
tN\ the only
: A'' 'dvr was way interviewer asked Boyer if he or

INFLATION CURE eerie realism that'" he required. Margaret had given it a thought."Oh .

f Here is the inside lowdown on -:--- yes," he said. "Miss Sullavan
I Price Administrator Leon Hender- Who'd be your choice to portray thought of it. She said that this time
l son's own private preventive against Will Rogers in Warner Bros. film for her-the shoe was on the other
inflation.He of his life, made from the book, foot, but I was still the heel!" .
disclosed it to a group of J v.., "Uncle Clem's Boy"? At present A hefty sort of lady floated across
Charlestown, W. Va., business men L- Stuart Erwin, Spencer Tracy and the Club 18 floor and dared clown
during a speech on the dangers of Roy Rogers, Republic's Western Jack White'to make fun of her.
runaway prices. One of the star, are under consideration. It's ;1 "Gwan," she dared him, "make a
audience asked Henderson how a said that Mrs. Rogers prefers wisecrack and see what happens!"

... Erwin's supportersurge Vince Curran deflated her with:
business man could best protect y H 9-,'"M""Yb'6"- '; -"xx'" Tracy, though .
himself against inflation. that he's a better choice be- "Say didn't you used to have 'Good.

"Work like hell," was the prompt To add a little something different to the game, one lady bowler cause he resembles the famous year' printed on you?" It left

reply, "and go to church regularly." lends her legs for a frame, while two of the alley sisters roll at once. comedian and nhilosopher. her b-limp.

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short while after her son had information on various subjects
assumed the presidency, Mrs. A NO T H Ell ?i

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lied Mrs.. McKinley. "There are lake of asphalt? The Answers
wj' / -, 10 many things to teach boys. 2. What is a cogent argument?
They should be taught to be hon- 3. How old are the Union Stock 1. Trinidad.

tst, reliable, fair." Then she Yards in Chicago? 2. A convincing
Idded: "But didn't really bring. 4. Who was elected governor of 3. Seventy-five one.
ny 'boy up to be President. I two states? years. '
\ # brought him up to be a good man.rhat's 5. What is another name for a 4. Sam Houston (governor of
4 I all any mother can do. zingaro? both Tennessee and Texas).

rirst thing I know,my son turned 6. In what year was the first 5. A gypsy.
ground and began bringing me presidential election held? 6. In 1789.

ip to be the mother of a Presi- 7. What-color is the stone called 7. Blue.
lent!". lapis lazuli? 8. Water glass.

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holiday is ours! As you bustle
about and plan this year's Thanks- A Address..............................
Oyster Stew Croutons
giving dinner, re- *Roast Turkey
member, this is
the day we give Cranberry Sausage Orange Stuffing Relish Ulster County GazetteThe
thanks for the
our *
Sweet Potato Puff
bounteous harvestof Ulster County (New York)
Brussels SproutsHot Flowers at Different Periods.
the year, for Rolls Gazette of January 4, 1800, be-
1 :y; ;' : '. :t" the and thei' came famous because it carried
!: / .:: : peace Celery Curls Pickled Beets A SUCCESSION of; lovely blooms
: ; ; :.:+ tr-.. prosperity, singularly *Pumpkin or Mincemeat Tarts in your home all winter! the first complete account of the I
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; .w,##l+; too, and Recipe Given potting bulbs now. Washington. More than a million I
cherish the fore- issue
reproductions of that have
Clever to choose stunning "showpieces"
sight of the Pilgrims who had the that flower at different been printed and sold, many still !

courage to start carving out this until it becomes yellow. Add bread periods-white callas start bloom- being regarded by ,their ownersas
land of historic
ours treasures.
crumbs mixed with seasonings. Mix ng in January, colorful amaryllis
Yes, this holiday is ours so let However there two
are only
in chopped celery and sausage. Cook ind daffodils a little later.
it be filled with the of the
spirit day known original copies-one owned
and wholehearted thanks. 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Before these and in between you by the American Antiquarian so- In Accomplishment j

Some foods are synonymous with *Turkey. san always have the fragrant nar- ciety, Worcester, Mass., the other The secret of the 'true love of
Thanksgiving without which' the day Small birds are allowed 25 to 30 iissus. Just start, a fresh batch by the Library of Congress. work is the hope of success in that
wouldn't be complete, but don't get minutes per pound for baking, 'large every two weeks in a bowl of water work; not for the money reward, p

into a rut about having the same birds, 22 to 25 minutes per pound. : and pebbles. Keep in a dark When the shopping list is long, for the time spent, or for the skill
dinner every year, vary the trim- Your oven should be set at 325 to ipot until growth starts and be and the purse none too full, cigarettes exercised, but for the successful
mings a bit and fascinate the family. 350 degrees. lure the lower third of each bulbs and smoking tobacco come result in the accomplishment of
Thin wisps of croutons will in- in water. I to the front as ideal gifts for the the work itself.-Sidney A. Welt-
Sweet Potato Puff. ,
trigue if you serve them in the oyster holiday season. The welcome they mer.
stew. (Serves 10 to 12) get from any smoker is all out of
*Oyster Stew. 4 cups mashed sweet potato proportion to their modest cost.
,. -'??" !Io. 2 tablepsoons fatlegg1 in Peace! I That's why Camel-America's favorite -
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: cigarette, and Prince Al- MOROLlNE
r:-_k 1 pint oysters Salt* and bert Smoking Tobacco-the Na-
pepper i TONIC, -
:,:'" 4, tablespoons butter
tional Smoke-rank
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gifts on the Christmas shopping
: and Vi cup'water.Add possible to man have beenst'
Salt and
lists. Dealers
pepper are featuring
possible to him since first
Put cleaned the melted fat as Camel carton-ten of "20's"
oysters, oyster tliquorStrained seasonings and packs
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butter and seasonings in a milk to the potatoes. Beat the egg le was made of the earth, as they -'and a novel Camel package of Step
V saucepan; and simmer gently until separately, add yolk first and fold ire now; and they are possible to four "flat fifties," also Prince Al- The first step, my son, which we
kirn chiefly in peace. bert in the pound tin and the make in this world, is the one on
curl in white
oysters at the edges. Heat the to the potato; Place in a
milk, add to the oysters and serve buttered casserole dish, set in a -To watch the corn grow and the Sound glass humidor-all special- which depends the rest of our
at once. pan containing hot water and bake .Blossoms set; to draw hard breathver t packaged.-Adv. .-Voltaire.

Has the family become a trifle 15 to 50 minutes at 375 degrees until ) ploughshare or spade; to Vt
weary of your old stuffing? Then light and puffy. Marshmallowsmay read, to hope, to pray-these are
V try this savory be placed on top of casserole :the things that make men happy;
new one with during last 7 minutes of baking time. :hey have always had the power of : ; ;

yummy sausage With all the soft food of the meal, loing these, they never will have
flavoring whichis V you'll want something crispy and power to do more. The world's ___
right at home tart as a, relish. prosperity or adversity depends
with either tur- >n our knowing and teaching _
: key, goose, duck \ -o-rl *Cranberry-Orange Relish.Serv"es hese things.-John Ruskin.
or chicken. The ( 12)

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with stuffed veal, pork shoulder 2 oranges, whole Delicious Recipes Free
of lamb: 1 cup sugar
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3 tablespoons chopped onion serving. post card to Standard Brands, Inc.,
Vz teaspoon salt *Brussels Sprouts. Dept. W, 691 Washington Street,

Pepper Brussels sprouts lend a bright New York City, and you will receive Honor, Then Courage i world without courage. It is the
lei teaspoon sage or thyme touch of green when served plain a grand cook book absolutely Whether you be man or woman I greatest quality of the mind next I I
Vz cup chopped celery with butter or crumbled, cooked Iree.-Adv. you will never do anything in this to honor-James L. Allen. ii i!
I 2 cups sausage in the bulk chestnuts. Pick the dead leaves off i
; Melt butter, add onion and cook the sprouts, then soak them in cold

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V utes. Drain, reheat, and serve after IF yOU WANT TO THAT5EASy
To clean the turkey, singe it seasoning.
first, then remove the pin feath- Remember how mother used to SEND SOMETHING ID i
ers with tweezers. Scrub the outside make her pumpkin REMEMBER.CAMELS f
oJ pie and tarts the iDA SOLDIER
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with water. The inside day before and :)
should be wiped with a damp how good they always SEND A CARTON z
cloth. If there is any foreign tasted after ) OF CAMELS. MXFAVORITE
odor, a half teaspoon of baking they stood in the
soda may be added to the water cool pantry over- a -' THE/'RS FIRST Ir : fARE TOO.
with which the turkey is night? Why not rlrl, /l'//T
try it this time?
Allow 1 pound of turkey to each It'll save you a ,
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.. the neck for this will give the chance to mellow and ripen for extra a Actual sales records In Post Exchanges *,:}' :? >:
\ bird a good full shape. Fasten flavor. 'F,: and Canteens show Camels are the favorite
good '
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I carving truss the bird, by insert- % cup brown sugar ,
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through rib at the base of the % teaspoon ginger
: .. thigh. Draw the cord through 1 teaspoon salt %sw- .
'"and bring the string across by 2 eggs 28 % LESS NICOTINE
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I :V pulling the cord through the openings cups

! formed by folding the wings I Ii For fresh pumpkin, steam or bake F .
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the cords.
I Add remaining ingredients in order
Insert the needle through the given. Turn into crust lined pie
: drumstick joints, bring the cord tin or tart pans and bake first in a '
1 around the tail, through the backbone very hot (450 degrees) oven, then TOBACCOS
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i I Home Economics :er, which was followed by the Star! ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATED
Clewiston News
> The rhool ewi The Singer Sewing Machine Company Spangled Banner by the, band. We 'I'
of West Palm Beach sent a then gave the pledge to the flag. | Tuesday morning when we learn-

J..'" Published every; Friday in Clew tston. i' THE STAFF representative to give a demonstration A drill team, dressed in white : ed that there was only a half day
.: Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I to our Home EC. girls. and carrying American flags, of school we were an excited groupof
: Tnc i Barbara Brondfoot _*....--- Humor I Mr. R. Brown and Mrs. Fair- marched on the field. j I students because we had been
-r' Mauij-iie Pie\vltt m_.. Chief Reporter bone who demonstrated the ma- Mr. Turk was the first speaker.1! informed that there would be "no

'',. KEVTIILnY BO\\'r)1N, Editor I Jeanne O'Neill ...._.._ Society I chine arrived about 10 o'clock on :speaking about the preamble and j holiday. A couple 'of senior girls
''Jtianita Buikett .___u__.._'". Faculty Wednesday morning. They gave anhour's the first ten amendments to the were in study hall wondering what
Knight: ...__..__ SketchesBarnard I to do to celebrate
'b Entered as second class mall matter Dorothy I instruction on the use of Constitution. Mr. J. E. Beardsley ;! the occasion when
February 1, 1927 at the Test Office in Leiter and the latest portable machine and its and Mr. W. C. Owen spoke in be- ; one of them had an inspiration.Just .-

Clewiston, 1SD7.Florida, under the Act or I Kemper Bond _..':_....___ Sports!!* attachments.Sixth half of the American Legion. .El- like that the idea of a picnicwas
March 3 Marianne Jones ...._...._...._ Clubs Grade Gal'dl"1Club bert Hooker represented the stu- developed. So the idea spread

Jimmy Paul _.:_.............__ Reporter The 6th grade garden club planted dent body with a short talk. and at '1 p.m. sharp we 'were off
Subscription Rate $2.00 Per Tear.AcUer Gloria McDuffie ___....... SpecialtiesClass seeds in 3 plots Friday. They Taps were played by John Rob-i with not the slightest idea wherego.

llnK Rates On Application. Reporters planted pink and white baby's bins after which there was a min-! Some one suggested'Moore
breath in the boys' and girls' plot. ute of silence. The drill team Haven. No one opposed until after
Betty McDuffie, Ehilip McLeorl,
I marched on the field forming the we passed the airportneverthe-
T the advancement and welfare '
,: Devoted to I Gloria McDuffie, Beulah Guthrie.
of Clewiston and Hendry County. "SADIE HAWKINS DAY" DANCE letters U. S. A. and the programwas less we landed in Moore Haven and

concluded with America and had a glorious picnic in the shade
I We really had a nice time at the I (Continued Page
FOOTBALL the closing prayer by Rey. Carhart. on
"Sadie Hawkins Day" dance and,
At E.1 l3 ER <= r-ft
FI ORIEU: PRESS.\ssocincwNAmXALEDFTORUL \V Barnard Leiter frankly, the race came in very, .
[ ASSOCIATION V V Tigers defeated 288-12 by Ever handy! We gals proudly presentedour :;N N:N:..:N 1NNNNN;N:NNNI.:NNN NN N:..:NV.1 HN:..:Y: :N NNNN NN:NN NNNNN 7)A:

IQ-U glades. "catch" at the dance for s:. '
they had to take us, you know.
The Tigers started right after
Prizes were won by a perfect
., Boy Scouts Enjoy the whistle with a drive that seem- Mammy Yokum, alias Zena Bell !

ed to be undefeatable but were Pullen, and Hairless Joe, better I
Palmdale Camporee slowed down somewhat before the known as Barnard Leiter. _
much heavier
half by a Evergladesteam.
All in all, we think every thing f
I .
was swell, right on down from the 'l
Thirteen Boy Scouts of the Clew, The Tiger line-up was: Center square-dancing to the special "woo- .;. V .
iston troop with their Scoutmaster Right End Waldron Left "
Perry; ; ing log. ':' ,
r Charles Benson End, Pape;' Right Half Belcher; I, as a junior wish to express y :
master M. :M. Prewitt camp leader':Left Half, Cantrell; and Fullback, for my class our heartiest thanks :_: DID NOT ORIGINATE ::

Jimmy Wilson and the junior assistant I Martinez. Martinez and Perry made for your help in making our dancea ::: INTURKEYT: T

Scoutmaster Oliver :Martinez :the two 'Tiger touchdowns. great success. :::: rt,1.: ,> twww.w :
'enjoyed the week-end at the Palm- Martinez was hurt in the third } TWAly,4M... I:
dale picnic grounds at the Glades- :: : ,.
and replaced by Perry.
.quarter was NOTICE .:. :
Hendry district camporee.Clewiston's Hooker (the smallest but apparently f. $IMa.
delegation was the toughest member of our team Last year's annuals are being : :.iL

largest from any of the troops in commonly known as Bulldog) took sold at the price of seventyfivecents .'.
and all of the boys .. .
the district and very ably managed the job of apiece. If you would like one, .:. -
showed up well when examined by center. please go to Mr. Turk's office at .:. ._::--_u -_ -L
>officials for general 'camping ability .:.
This Friday the Tigers play Avon once. :. -
and the : (Explanation on Page Ten) ;:
personal neatness, cooking
Park who seem to be much superior -
number of other things for which to the eight-membered Tiger DRAMATIC CLUB HAS .'.
they are scored. Assistant Executive team due to the fact that their ASSEMBLY PROGRAMThe '"J
John L. Shutt of Fort. Myers was in : { m
team will 'be chosen from their t :
"supervisory charge of the camporee dramatic club has been very :.
eleven-man team, their B squad, and
:assisted by Fred Dunaway, chairman their junior high team. active this year and this is the
': of the camping committee of second program to be presented by :_: What finer 1
We hope to see more of the ;; gift can you give your family 1I:;:
the district. townspeople out at this than them. The program was 'as :
Brief religious services were held there: were' at the game last game Friday Reading, "Strictly Germ Proof," *2: than a home of their own! In many instances :
after luncheon Sunday with Rev. S. Harriette .Alston; Song "Oh Southern ::
night. If you are a loyal supporterof ; monthly payments home I:
I. Hendrix, pastor of the Moore the Clewiston Moon," Esther. Haven, Juanita I z on a
we expectto
}, :Haven Methodist church, officiating- see you out cheering for them IBurkett; Reading "Little Boy :;: are less a month than rent. Why not talk :

Y: after which camp was broken and Friday night. Blue," Elizabeth Read; Play, "The :: with us about the modern home :{
returned to their s way to
fi; the boys respec- Elder Makes A Call, Cast-Mrs.

tive homes. Seniors Brown, 'Elizabeth Read; Elder Bee- :: ownership? ::

Members of the local troop at- man, Carolyn Bryant; Three Girls,
'tending were: Junior Martinez, Sam The seniors feel like seniors now Nelle ''Burkett, Jo Ann Crouch, Mary ._ t

Young, Raymond Trice: Frank because we 'have our class rings. Ruth Johnson; Reading, "Mr. Pad

Conkling, and Albert Stevens of the They came earlier than we expected gett and Mr. Turk," Esther Haven;

Tiger Patrol; Gene Mills; Charles : We are proud that they are all Reading, "The Minuet" Grace .;.
' ?
. :",. Benbow Ben Bolton, and Milton alike; it' makes us feel more likea Ward.
t 'Poole of the Alligator Patrol;; and senior class.
Bruce Beardsley Medford Dunaway,' Seventh Grade News ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAMThe i U ?
-- Harold Broderick;"_and David Thomas We have started ;a. game using

'; of the Flying Eagle Patrol.Social the conjugation of the' verb' "see."I Armistice Day program held ,w ?

t.'C ,The, room is divided into sides and on the football field was opened by y.?

: SecurityContinued each has a man at the board to Rev. Carhart from the Community ?

i:: S write the tense and person of the.1 church. He gave the opening pray. ..::.....................................................-....................:......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:.:.vM..
'. verb. Rows 5, 6,..and 7 are, winning.We -
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( from Page 1) are reviewing this week be- .:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:.:.:- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:-:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:-:-:..,
'. .: ;and a half million dollars a year. cause next week is test week. .:..:-:_:..:.,:..:_:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .'
E: The income from the entire nation Sophomore Xews: :;.:.i1!: :ii:::
annually, is one and a quarter billion ,
Miss Nee I does
) not like the t? +
:: dollars. ...:.
study of: herpetology as Lester

. Government bonds paying two found out when he spent several :::!: .' :. ; ;'; ,.' : -.-- :i:
y : :
: half issued for : : \ '
cent ; :
; : and
a per
, minutes after school for bringinga ..... ' ENJOY ANALL .'J"4; ...:.
the money in reserve Mr. Valentine ... : : '':'' .
snake to class (in a jar). I : :
said, and the interest of roughly B. P. has filed a protest against I u : > it; ; > Ul
144 ,
million dollars is
a more
being followed He
( and who else). .
than twice the amount ,which is J. P. has gone out of his class .' .: ; : ELECTRIC I {
-now: being paid out to those who but she turned him down. (Back to'' l! / < ; nj

have passed the age of sixty-five, the cradle ,Jim). j '
for lump sum payments at the
reporter has been too busy
death of a subscriber and for office with his music and girls to write : X

administrative expenses. He said any news, but we hope he has more :!::: ,- :::;:
that he did not believe the tax time I
next week. j
would be raised beyond the one We ii
hope ,Eric will be back from ,
per cent now provided for from his "duck 'hunt" I I t'?.. ....

workers employers.and He a also like told amount how from the I j :ti: Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that i:

:figured amount upon for each reaching participant retirementage was Clewiston theatrical by the old favorite touring -: :j::=: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::: t

and said that the average Billroy's attraction.Comedians Billroy'sComedians. salute -I ::::} home and one that wIll do everything qUIckly, efficiently : :;:'

monthly payment at this time is '" .
"X25.00. their 1941 audiences with a .:. :. and economIca II y. :i:.::
star-studded feminine*J
spectacle of .i"i' +
Following his talk Mr. Valen- .
tine was plied with questions by revue loveliness, offering in a colorful a nation-wide and dazzling mobil- ::;_::::!:: One penny will toast 26 crunchy .slices of toast, or : ::

."Kiwanis.:answered: members without all hesitation.of which he ization ever of the most beautiful girls ::_:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;:::

------ .theatrical' presented attraction.with any tented I' :_::!: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :=;:::::

:Tom Lykes Dies- Above all, Billroy's Comedians :: thing that cheaper the of it that !
offer the most talked-of dance attraction I i :: one gets 'more you use. ::::

'(Continued from ever presented to the I ':' ;- ':":'
the. Gasparilla Krewe page in 1913. He American public in the person of :!::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I ::::

"vras a member of the Kappa Sigma dancing star in her original "Dance i that is all electric ;
:::: and modern. ::t
college fraternity and of the Tampa Ming Toy, the. sensational Chinese 'i..!:' .: .
Yacht Club and was for many years Terrifique." This unique dance has 1

a trustee of Tampa University. been thrilling audiences everywhere .:.f.... .+ .
: Surviving relatives include his and is exciting more attention : ; :

widow, Mrs. Zoe King Lykes, and than even the Bubble Dance '
his five brothers, J. M. Lykes and Fan Dance of former seasons.

Houston, Texas F. E. The Billroy's Comedians 1941's
; Lykes, Ashe-
.. ...:.
ville, N. C.; J. T. Lykes, New York I thrilling theatrical attraction will .:..'.:..' ..:..:.

; City;; H. T. Lykes and J. W. Lykes appear in Clewiston for one nighton :;::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :;::;:

of Tampa. Friday, November 28 showingin .:.,:. .:..:.
Active pallbearers were Solon B. its big-tented theatre located ':.':' '- ..{.

Turman, J. M. Lykes, jr., H. Tyson next to old City Hall. .:. .:.?.. ..
,.. ...........
.Lykes, Charles P. Lykes, Joe T. Billroy's array of singers, danc- ': 'i'_ ;

"Lykes, jr., Henry Holmes, jr., Ken- ers and musicians, representing the :::;: ::

dall K. Fish, F. Eugene Lykes jr., best of the entertainment world x H AIV ifj
Chester H. Ferguson, Robert Woot- travel from city to city; in the finest

En and A. Lee Rankin. motor entourage of today consist-

Billroy's Show Here ing senger structed of cars.twenty-five trucks Billroy's, busses specially famed and popular con-pas- i:j: : G lades ower and Light a Co. :Ii Iiy

On Friday Nov. 28 prices will again prevail with y .
,ladies free; when accompanied by
fx ff
lone paid adult admission. The
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Cirls, girls, girls, blondes -red"heads' ((doors of the big tent open at 7:15 ; Mw

"and brunettes alluring and"capt1vaUn'g. I P. M., the overture by the Rhythm (...::.':..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:-:..:-:..:-: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.:..: :.:..:. :-:..:-:-:-:-: :..:-:..:..:..:-:;.:..:..:NS. ;.. :t
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or from said Company,. In the lands NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Elvira Princess Avery, his wife, Gal- ceedings be taken for immediate publicuse
I' LEGAL NOTICES described herein, to-wit W% of NW'y I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME esburg, Illinois; :McQuillenand by said Petitioners for right of way
of Section 33, Township 46 South, Francis McQuillen, his wife, 7305 purposes ,in connection with the construction -
,I Hendry County, CONCERN Vincelnnes Avenue, Chicago Illinois and maintenance of a public state
----- Range 34 East, TO WHOM IT MAY :
: Bushey and R. L. Bushey road BO that said County may furnish
: NOTICE or INTENTION TO ida.You Flor-I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned of- her husband, Castlewood, South same to the State Road Department of
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and claiming Interests under or from Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Actsof Edmonds, her husband, 1903 15th law.

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: or either of you, or otherwise, 1941 will register with the Clerkof Street, N. W., Washington, D. C.; THEREFORE, the Petitioners hereby
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lands described In this order, are the Circuit Court, In and for Hen- Chynoweth and Benj. F. declare the taking of the lands describedin

under the provisions of hereby notified that a suit has been dry County, Florida, upon receipt of Chynoweth, her. husband, Houghton, the ,petition, and hereinafter described,
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts Instituted in the above styled court proof of publication of this notice Michigan; Tyler and J. Ed in accordance with law, and in this con-
i of 1941, will register with the Clerk by the above named complainant, to the fictitious name, to-wit: Tyler, her husband. The Mation No. nection respectfully represent:
I of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- require you and each of you to exer- Thompson Motor Parts 5 H W, N. W., Washington D. C.; 1.
dry County Florida, upon receipt of cise your right of redemption in and under which I am engaged In busi- Clark and Fred R. Clark, her (a) That said Petitioners in these pro-
I proof of publication of this notice, the to the following described lands from ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the husband, Birmingham Alabama; OttoA. ceedings are authorized by; statutory' law
I fictitious name, to-wit: certain tax liens and tax sales described party interested In said business is Patzwald and Patzwald, to exercise the right and power,of eminent

Hydraulic Tractor Sales in the bill of complaint filedin as followsB. : his wife, If alive; and if they or domain to appropriate property for public
under which we are engaged in busi- this cause, to-wit: L. THOMPSON' either of them be dead, all parties purposes and by virtue of the provisions of
ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the All Sections 10 and 12; W>!.: of City of Clewiston, County of Hen- claiming Interests under the said defendants Chapter 10118. Laws of Florida. Acts of
parties interested in said business areas SEM,, of Section 5V'k; of NW% dry, Florida Oct. 10, or either of them 'so deceased Legislature 1925 as amended by Chapter I
follows: of Section 33, all in Township 46 290-Nov. 7142128. ; Cora French Williams and D. 17363 Laws of Florida Acts of 1935 are I
I RLITZ ''VEGIA South, Range 34 East, Hendry H. Williams, her husband, if alive, authorized to acquire rights of way tor
K. M. COUNETTE County, Florida, and if they or either of them be dead, State Road purposes and to furnish same I
to the State Road Department of the }
City of Clewiston, County of Hen- and it further appearing that serviceof all parties claiming interests under
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO State of Florida for such
Florida, October 22, 1941. had the said defendants either of themso purposes. I
dry, process cannot be upon you NAME or b The land
REGISTER FICTITIOUS ( ) sought to be taken herebyIs
283-Oct. 24-31. Nov. State of Flor- deceased.
No. / under the laws of the necessary for immediate use for rights of
ida, except by order of publicationand _in connection with the
You and each of you are hereby way purposes
relief being sought in said cause TO WHOM IT MAY :
notified that a suit in Chancery has construction and maintenance of a public
against you to require you to exercise Notice is hereby given that the un- state road.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO your rights of redemption in and dersigned, under the provisions of been brought' against you in the 2.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME above described lands, or be ,Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts Circuit Court' 'for Hendry County,
to the
A description of the land taken, the same
Florida for
by George Whitehurst
barred and foreclosed of all of 1941, will register with the Clerkof
forever I lying and being situate in the County of
MAY CONCERN: the of requiring the defen-
WHOM IT in and for Hen- purpose
TO of redemption therein, the Circuit Court,
rights Hendry, State of Florida, is as follows,
that the undersigned dants to redeem the hereinafter described
Notice Is hereby given THIS IS, THEREFORE to require ,!dry County Florida, upon receipt of to-wit:
under the provisions of I of this notice lands from the lien of taxes
and each of you, and all proof of publication PARCEL 1-(64)
Florida Acts ) and tax sales described in the bill of
Chapter 20,953, Laws of from, fictitious to-wit:
under name
claiming interests or the All that part of the S% of the SE'A of
of 1941, will register with the Clerkof or either 'of you, or otherwise, to YOU'I Elite Cafe and Grocery complaint, or be barred and fore- Section 8, Township 43 South Range 29 ,
the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- and appear to the said bill of 'under which I am engaged In business closed of all right, title and interest I East, which lies within 50 feet of the J

dry County, Florida, upon receipt of plaint on or before Monday, the '[ at Clewiston (Harlem.) That the therein, to-wit: centerline of Project 5002 State Road 164.

proof of publication of this notice, the day 'of December,. A. D. 1941, and I I party Interested in said business is Said centerline described as follows:
NWand W% of SE%, andSW
fictitious name, to-wit: thereafter to file your written defenses as follows: Begin on the South line of said Section !
I i % and W% of NE& and SE &
Clewiston Wrecking Company ,with the Clerk of said Court, G. W. JONES 8 point 25.5 West of the SE
under which we are 'engaged in busi- in default of which the allegations I I City of Clewiston, County of Hen- of NE& and NEJ,4 of NE% of o terao said io8t. Said point beingon 1
Section 5 Wifc
ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the of the bill of complaint will be takenas dry, Florida, November 3, 1941. ; and Wof of the arc of a curve to the left havinga
parties interested' in said business- are confessed by you and each of you, I 289-Nov. 7142128. SE% of NW% and E/6 of W of radius of 34377.5 feet and a total central
as follows: and complainant allowed to proceedin I SEof NWU and Wof W% angle of 1* 03' thence from a tangent
BLITZ WEGMANE. said cause ex parte., of NE&! of NW% and E% of E% bearing north 1 35' 13" West run Northerly -
M. CORNETTE ordered that this noticebe I of NE% of NW% and W% of along the arc of said curve 237.84 feet
It is hereby
City of Clewiston County of Hen- once a week for four IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND SEVi of NE# and W' of SW% through a central angle of 0 23' 47" to

dry, Florida, October 22, 1941 consecutive published weeks in the Clewiston FOR HENDRY COUNTY FLOR- and W% of NW& and NW% of the point of tangency of said curve; thence
No. 284-Oct. 24-31, Nov. 7-14. having general IDA.GEORGE. NEyt and SE# of .SE%, all In North 1 59' West a distance of 1105.13 )
News a newspaper
in Hendry County, Florida. Section 9; and All Section 10; feet to a point 25.3 feet East of the SE t
circulation WITNESS hand and seal of said W. 'WHITEHURST, and All of Section 12; and All of corner of Lot 4, Block "F" of Englewood
LaBelle my Hendry County, I Complainant, Section 17; and SW& of NE% Terrace, a subdivision recorded in Plat i I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Court at of October, A. vs. and SEft of NE& and SW% of Book 2, Page 2 of Hendry County records,' f\
31st day
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Florida, this CARROLL JOINED BY HIS NEi of SE}i and SE}r4 of NE& containing 0.75 acres, more or less 5

D. 1941. HULL WIFE, :MARY LEE CARROLL, et al., I :: and \ NE# of PARCEL 2-(70) \
TO WHOM Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry Defendants. NEVI of SEVi All that part of Lots 2 and 3 of Block I I"A"
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned and SWi4 of SE% and NW% of
Florida. ,ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTHE of Englewood Terrace LaBelle, Flor- ;
I under the provisions of County, I SE* and W% of NW% and SE'i
Acts No. 283-Oct. 31, Nov. ,7-14-21. STATE OF FLORIDA: ida, _according to plat thereof recorded in 1
20,953, Laws of Florida of SEand of SW of
Chapter ; E'/fc % the land records of Hendry County Florida -
, nf 1941. will register with the Clerk I I _ I To the defendants herein: Section 21 and W% and NE% which lies within 50 feet of the cen-
, Circuit Court, in and' for Hen- Carroll and Mary Lee Carroll, his wife and in
of the SEi Section 29; and W% terline of Project 5002. State Road 164. I
I dry County, Florida, upon receipt of NOTICE' OF INTENTION TO c/o Brune, Parker, Carey & Gans, of NW& and NEof SEi and Said center line described as follows:

proof of publication of this notice, the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Baltimore, Maryland; Pierce, NEft of NEt and NW'A of SE'4 Begin at a point 25.3 feet East of theSE f
fictitious name, to-wit and Robert Pierce, her husband, To- and W, of SW% and SW& of corner of Lot 4 of Block "F"; thencerun I
Ben Franklin Store TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: peka, Kansas; Campbell, andC. NE'4; and SE ,j of NE% of Sec- North 1" 59' West a distance of 2286.17
under which I am engaged In busi- Notice is hereby given that the undersigned P. Campbell, her husband, Owosso, tion 33, All In Township 46 feet to the point of curvature of a curve
ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the under the provisions of Michigan; Wood Osage and D. O. I South, Range 34 East, Hendry to the right having a radius of 34377.5feet I.
party interested in said business is Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts Wood, her husband, 307 Street, County, Florida and a total central angle of 0" 32':

as follows: of 1941, will register with the Clerkof :Manhattan, Kansas; and to have the right of the several thence Northerly along the arc of said
ELBERTA AVHIDDEN the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- and E. N. Rehm her husband, Rehm'l defendants in and to the several and curve a distance of 159.98 feet to a point
City of Clewiston, County of Hen- dry County Florida, upon receipt' of 29th Street, Chicago, Illinois; .respective parcels and tracts of land 25.4 feet East of the NE corner of Lot I, I

dry, Florida, October 24, 1941. proof of publication of this notice, the Furness, and Alfred A. Furness, her 1, owned, or claimed by or in and to Block "A" of Englewood Subdivision as
24-31 Nov. 7-14. husband 938 N. Lawler Avenue, Chicago 0.02 ,
No. 281-Oct. fictitious name, to-wit: which the said defendants respectively described above, containing acres I
Gulf Service Station Illinois; Bartels and more or less. r
Charles A. Bartels, her husband, 4746 assert a right of redemption com- "
under which I am engaged in busi- PARCEL 3-(71)(
pletely foreclosed and barred, and, I
ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the Virginia Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; therefore, you and each of you, are All that part of Lot 4 of Block "A" of
TO and Richard F. Hin-
t NOTICE OF In said business Is as LaBelle Florida,
party interested hereby Englewood Terrace, according -
required to file with the
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME man, her husband, Chicago, Illinois;
follows: to plat thereof recorded in the
Clerk of said Court written
your appearance -
G. B. THOMAS Kammer and Joseph land records of Hendry County, Florida, /
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: City of Clewiston, County of Hen- mer, her husband, 1630 Coventry Rd, (personally, or by attorney), which lies within 50 feet of the centerlineof
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Cleveland, Ohio Mrs. Francis Korns, in said suit on Monday, the 1st day
; Road 164. Said
dry, Florida, October 22, 1941. Project 5002 State .
of December, A. D. 1941, being the
under the provisions of 'I. widow and all claiming interests -
No. 282-Oct. 24-31, Nov. 7-14. I persons centerline described as follows: I
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts under. F. R. Korns, deceased, first Monday and Rule Day in said Begin at a point 25.3 feet East of the
of 1941, will register with the Clerkof as heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, month, and thereafter file with said SE corner of Lot 4, Block F. thence run ,
the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- or otherwise, In the W% of SW A 'of Clerk your written defenses, if any, North 1 59' West a distance of 2286.17 I
Florida receipt of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Section 9 Township 46 South, Range to the bill of complaint In said suit of
dry County, upon I .. feet to the point of curvature a curve I
proof of publication of this notice, the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 34 East, the place of residence and at the time prescribed by law, or a *.to the right having a radius of 34377.5
fictitious name, to-wit: post office address of the said Mrs. decree will be entered against you ,feet and a total central angle of Oe 32': i I
Harlem Refreshment Shop TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I Francis Korns being Spirit Lake, and each and all of you by default. thence Northerly along the arc of said

under which I am engaged in business Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Iowa; Lemper and Florence .It is hereby ordered, that this noticebe

at' Clewiston, Florida, Harlem Negro under the provisions of Lester Lemper, his wife, 2546 Broad- published once a week for four (Continued on page 6)tthERnWBaki9
Quarters. That. the party Interested Chapter 20,953, Laws of ,Florida, Acts way, Dubuque, Iowa; Ban- consecutive weeks In the Clewiston
in said business Is as follows: I of 1941, will register with the Clerkof nister and :MillardF.. Bannister, her News, a newspaper having general .1
GERTRUDE JONES the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- husband, East -Des Moines, Iowa; circulation In Hendry County, Flor-

City of Clewiston, County of Hen-. dry County Florida. upon receipt of Jennie L. Sorber, widow and all per- ida.WITNESS I
dry, Florida, October 16, 1941. proof of publication of this notice, the sons claiming interests under M. P. my hand and'' seal of said I
280 Oct. 24-31 Nov. fictitious name, to-wit:. deceased his unknown Court at LaBelle Henffry
No. __ 7-14. __.__ Sorber, as '. County,
;. < 0 Texaco'. Service_ ,Station' VU: heirs, devisees, grantees, legatees, or Florida, this 30th day of. October, A.
<, under which I am engaged in busI- other claimants, or otherwise, In and D. 1941. II

IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT IN AND ness at Clewiston, Florida That the to the SEtt of SE% of Section 9, (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, I
FOR HENDRY COUNTY- FLOR- parties interested in said business are Township 46 South. Range 34 East, Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry I

E' IDA.GEORGE. as follows: the post office address of the said County, Florida.No. .
R. C. NOWLING Jennie L. Sorber being ,Wilkinsburg, 284-Oct. 31, Nov. 7-14-21. i
:, ..W WHITEHURST, City of Clewiston, County of Hen- I Pennsylvania: Bodine and !
-' Complainant, dry, Florida, October '22, 1941. N. M. Bodine, her husband, El Reno,
r vs. No. 285-Nov. 7-14-21-28. Oklahoma; Regal and AlbertF.

I'j' CARROLL, JOINED BY HIS. Regal, her husband, Taconite, Min- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
: _. Defendants. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Gadd, her husband, Alurena, Kansas; DRY COUNTY FLORIDA. LAW NO.

r;:; ORDER OF PUBLICATION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Becker and Sopia ,Becker, his 928. PQWb.-Lt &Q
.1.; THE STATE OF FLORIDA: 'wife, Chicago, Illinois; Anderson HENDRY COUNTY, a politi- )
I: '. To the Defendants: The Florida TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and Carl Anderson, her hus- cal subdivision of the State )
ro. State Drainage Land Company, a Colorado Notice is hereby given that the undersigned band, Honolulu, T. H.; J. M. Andersonand of Florida, and J. O. DavidPetition
t:': Corporation, and all unknown under the' provisions of Ola Anderson, his wife, Honolulu son Chairman and G. E. ) in County 'tOct2
persons, or parties claiming through Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts T. H.; Heren and C. L. Etherton. George L. Poole, ) Eminent -

f.. or under, or from said corporation in I of 1941, will register with the Clerkof \Heren, her husband, Custer, Montana; Frank McClenithan and Jim ) Domain
Maddox, Members, comProceed
:'. the lands described herein, to-wit: All the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Day and I. E. Day, her hus- prising the as entire Board of ) ings to- wwt t't4JM iogzad
.. Section 10 and 12, Township 46 South, dry County, Florida, upon receipt of band, Medora, Illinois; Gill County Commissioners of ) Condemn ,

',;. Range 34 East, and The Florida-Ever- proof of publication of. this notice and BenJ. Gill, her husband. Colorado Hendry County, a political ) property I
glades Land Company, a Colorado the fictitious name, to-wit: Springs, Colorado: Hawkinsand subdivision of the State of ) for Con- w
fi' Corporation, and all unknown per- Blue Chip Bar and Pool Parlor G. R. Hawkins, her husband Florida ) struction

sons, or parties claiming through or under which we are engaged in busi- Danville, Illinois; Crawford Petitioners, )and Main- tI
:' under, or from said corporation, in ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the and E. Crawford, her husband, Coun- 'vs. )tenance of I
:,. the lands described herein to-wit: parties interested in said business areas cil Bluff Iowa; Wheeler and LABELLE REALTY CO, a ) a State
W of SEi of Section 5, Township I follows: Anson Wheeler, her husband, Battle corporation Et Al. j Road FREE. Send for NEW booklet, con
'I' 46 South, Range 34 East; and The' ELMER ,,-. WniTFIHLD Creek, Michigan; Wheelerand Defendants. ) taining dozens of bright ideas to improve -
; WILLIAM 14. PERRY Euphemia A. Wheeler; his wife, DECLARATION OF TAKING your baking. Address: Rumford

lability(. 'l City of Clewiston, County of Hen- Battle Creek, Michigan; Dodge WHEREAS, it has become necessary that Baking; Powder, Box T. Rumford R.I. ,i

e,:. souri, and all unknown persons, or dry, Florida, October 23, 1941. and Daniel E. Dodge, her husband, the land which is the subject of the con-
,., parties claiming through or under, No. 282-Oct. 31 Nov. 7-14-21. Chicago, Illinois; Avery and demnation in the above entitled pro- I t tIf

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(Continued from Page 5) Hendry County, Florida which lies within County Public Records containing of above said Jones & Larabee Sub 5 of Belmont
50 feet of the centerline of Project 6002. I acres, more or less.PARCEL. .at a point 205 feet North of the LaBelle. Subdivision of the Town of
State Road 164. Said centerline describedas 26(112)All of as recorded in Plat Book 1, page
corner said Block "B", thence
159.98 feet to point run 9 of Hendry
curve: a distance of a follows that Lots 1 County records, that lies
: part of 2. 3. 4 43 31' West a distance of 276 feet
25.4 feet East of the NE corner f. Lot Begin at' a point 24.S feet West of the of Block 1 of Luckey's Subdivision South 0 01' West 55 feet to the; within ditch 25 feet of the following described
1, Block "A" of Englewood Subdivisionas NW corner of Lot 2. Block 64 of the above E'/4 of the NEVi of the NE% of line of 22 of LaBelle Subdivi- survey. line:
described above, containing 0.01 acres described Goodno Addition thence run Township 43 South Range 29 East, Plat Bok Dock. page 3, to point 190 Block Begin on the East line of Lot 2 of said
more or less.PARCEL 4-(72) South le 27' East a distance of 1526.23 corded in Plat Book 1. page 21, West of the NE corner of said Block the SE 0 at a point 58.9 feet North of
the point of curvature of to records of that lies corner theret', thence run South
feet to a curve Hendry County containing 0.38 acres, more or less
"A" of 89 41'
AU that part of Lot 5. Block the left having a radius of 34377.5 feet anda 50 feet of the survey line of Project West a distance of 615 fet to
Englewood Terrace. LaBelle. Florida according PARCEL 36-(110) the West line of Lot 14 of' said m
total central angle of 0 32 thence run State Road 164. Said survey line 5 -at
to plat thereof recorded in the the follows East 30 feet of Lot 17 of LaBelle a point 61 feet North of the <
Southerly along arc of said curve a as : corner
land records of Hendry County, Florida, subdivision Plat Book 1, Page 4, thereof, containing 0.18
distance of 135.02 feet to a point 2I.S7 Begin on the North line of said acres more or
within feet of the centerlineof records of Hendry County Florida less.
which lies 50 ,
feet West of the SW corner of Lot 32, 17 at a point 25.5 feet West of
Project 5002 State Road 164. Said Block 65 of the above described subdivision corner thereof said point of 0.096 acres more or less. PARCEL

centerline described as follows: containing 0.06 acres more or less. being in the arc of a curve to the West PARCEL 37-(11 The East 6.7 feet 56(11 of Block
feet East of the 30.3 feet 1
Begin at a point 25.3 of Fair- F of Englewood
PARCEL 15(97)All having a radius of 34377.5 feet Addition Terrace, a Rubdivl.lon recorded -
SE corner of Lot 4, Block F. thence run to being a subdi-
North 1* 59' West a distance of 2286.17 that part of Lots 6, 8. 10. 12, 14. total central angle of 1 03', of Lots 8 LaBele.of Rosenbcrry's County in Plat Book 2, page 2 of Hendry
feet to the point of curvature of a curve 16, 18, 20 and 22 of Block 64 of a sub- southerly along the arc of said curve of the E/4 of the NEV4 of Sq. Ft. public records containing 700.5
to the right hating a radius of 34377.5 division of Blocks 64 and 65 of City of feet to point of tangency which is 8, Township 43 South Range 29 more or le.PARCEL
feet and a total central angle of 0* 32'i: LaBelle according to plat recorded in ginning of Project 5002. State containing 0.01 acres more or less 57-(172)
thence Northerly along the arc of said Plat Book 2, page 59. of the public records containing 0.14 acres more or less PARCEL 38-(142) The following described land to-wit:
curve a distance of 159.98 feet to a point of Hendry County Florida which lies PARCEL 27(115)All East 29.7 feet of Lot 36, all of Begin at the SW corner of the SE% of
--Z5.4 feet East of the NE corner of Lot within 50 feet of the centerline of Project that part of Lot 28 of Block 37 to 41 Inclusive and the W% of the NWVl Of Section 18. Township 43
1, Block "A" of Englewood Subdivision 6002 State Road 164. Said centerline Hedges Subdivision of Goodno's 42 of LaBelle Heights a subdivision in South Range 29 East thence run East
as described above, containing 0.01 acres described as follows: LaBelle which lies within 50 feet 8, Township 43 South Range 29 85.76 feet; thence North 418 feet; thence
more or less. Begin at a point 24.3 feet West of the survey line of Project 6002 State containing 1 acre more or less. West 150 feet;' thence South 418 feet;
PARCEL 5-(73) SW corner of Lot 32, Block 64 above 164. Said survey line being PARCEL 39-(143) thence East 64.24 feet to point of beginning -

All that part of Lot 1. Block "B" of described subdivision thence run North follows : of Lot 11 of Palmdale Subdivision containing 14 acres more or less
Englewood Terrace LaBelle. Florida, according 1 27' West a distance of 804.85 feet toa Begin at a point 24.8 feet West a subdivision of Lot 12 of G. W.
to the plat thereof recorded in the point 24.8 feet West of the NW corner SE corner of Lot 17 of Block 45 of Subdivision of the of the The interest 3.
land records of Hendry County. Florida, of Lot 2 of Block 64, of the above described Subdivision of Goodno's Addition of Section 8, Township El South taken for public or is fee estate simple.in said land
which lies within 50 feet of the centerline subdivision containing 0.26 acres Town of LaBelle thence run North 291| East containing 0.16 acres,
of Project 5002, State Road 164. Said more or less. West a distance of 755.65 feet to a or 4
24.8 feet West of the NW corner less.PARCEL A statement of the last
centerline described as follows: PARCEL 16-(98) 40-(144) preceding assessed
Begin at a point 25.3 feet East of the All that part of Lot 24. Block 64 of 31 of above described subdivision 14 of Palmdale Subdivision being a valuation for state and county
SE corner of Lot 4, Block "F" ; thencerun City of LaBelle Florida, a resubdivibion taining 0.03 acres more or less. 'of Lot 12 of G.V.. Rosen- valuation taxes and the last preceding assessed
North 1 59' West a distance of 22$6.17 of Blocks 64 and 65 of Goodno's Additionto PARCEL 28-(120) Subdivision of the EVi of the NEVi for municipal taxes upon the
feet to the point of curvature of a curve LaBclle Section 9, Township 43 South 'The West 25.2 feet of the SVt of Section 8, Township 43 South Range said lands, is not susceptible of determination -

to the right having a radius of 34377.5 Range 29 East which lies within 50 feet of Hedges Subdivision of Goodno's ., containing 0.16 acres, more or less. the said or lands computation,' for the reason that
feet and a total central angle of 0* 32' : of the centerline of Project 5002. State tion to LaBelle containing 0.01 PARCEL 41-(145) sought to be appropriated are
thence Northerly along the arc of said Road 164. Said centerline described as more or less.PARCEL of Lots 12 and 13 of Palmdale. being a part of a greater area of lands and
curve a distance of 159.98 feet to a point follows: 29-(121) of the of the 'NEVi of assessed as a unit.
-25.4 feet East of the NE corner of Lot Begin at a point 24.3 feet West of the All that part of Lots 1, 2 and 6 8, Township EJJ South. Range 29 5.

1, Block "A" of Englewood Subdivision as SW corner of Lot 32.. Block 64 above inclusive 5-1. in Block "A", Lots 45 containing 0.32 acres, more or less. That the sum of money estimated by
described above containing 0.01 acres, described subdivision thence run North inclusive Block "B", of Englewood PARCEL 42-(146) said Petitioners as just compensation for
more or less.PARCEL 1" 27' West, a distance of 804.85 feet to race a subdivision of the EV4 of the of Lot 15, Block 12 of Palmdale. the land taken or the particular interestor
6(74)All a point 24.8 feet West of the NW cornerof and the Nth of the SEVi of of Rosenberry's subdivision estate therein to be taken a shown by'thl8
that part of Lots 2. 3 and 4 of Lot 2 of Block 64 of the above described Township 48 South, Range 29 he Town of Lele. same being situat- declaration and the petition in these
Block B and Lots 1. 2 and 3 of Block E subdivision, containing 0.03 acres, more cording to the map of said Englewood EV6 of 8, Township proceings. is as follows: Parcel No. 1.
of Englewood Terrace LaBelle Florida, or less. race recorded in the land records of South Range 29 East containing 0.16 No.2. $2.00 ; Parcel No. 3
as recorded in Records of County Clerk'soffice PARCEL 17(65)All dry County, Florida, that lies more or'less. $1.00 ; Parcel No.4. $1.00 ; Parcel No.5.
of Hendry County, Florida, which that part of the SVi of Section 8, feet of the following described PARCEL $1.00; Parcel No.6. $3.00 ; Parcel No 7.
lies within 50 feet of the centerline of Township 43 South, Range 29 East less centerline: Begin on the East East 24.7 feet 43-U7, Block 12 $4.00 ; Parcel No.8. $1.00 ; Parcel No. 9.
Project 5002 State Road 164. Said cen- Lots 2 to 5 of Block "A", Lots 1 to 8 Block Lot 13 of Rosenberry Subdivision as PII ale Resubdivision of Rosenberry's $3.00 ; Parcel No. 10, $10: Parcel No. 11,
terline described as follows: "B", Lots I, 2. 3 Block "E". and Lots in Plat book 3, page 10, public to the ,Town of LaBele. in the $2.00 ; Parcel No. 12, ; Parcel No. 13,
Begin at a point 25.3 feet East of the 1 to 8 Block "D" of Englewood Terrace Hendry County Section 8, of the NEVi of $10.00 ; Parcel No. 14. $2.00 : Parcel No. ,
SE corner of Lot 4 Block F; thence run a subdivision of the EV4 of SW1 and theN South, Range 29 East at a point South. Range 29 East, containing 0.01 15. $9.00; Parcel No. 16, $1.00 ; Parcel
North 1' 59' West a distance of 2286.17 % of SEVi of Section S, Township 43 feet North of the* SE corner of more or less.PARCEL. No. 17. $20.00 ; Parcel No. 18. $10.00;
feet to the point of curvature of a curve to South Range 29 East, according to map and run South 88 17 West a 44-(149) Parcel No. 19. S5.00 ; Parcel No. 20. $2.00 ;
the right having a radius of 34377.5 feet' or plat recorded in Plat Book 2, page 2 of 75 feet : thence South 85 29' East 24.64 feet of Lots 2. 3 and 4 Parcel No. 21, $2.00 ; parcel No. 22. $2.00;
and a total central angle of 0" 32' ; thence Hendry County public records which lies distance of 267.59 feet; thence 'n, of Englewood Terrace Sub- Parcel No. 23. $2.00 ; Parcel No. 24. $2.00;'
Northerly along the arc of said curve a within 50 feet of the centerline of Project 22' West a distance of 100 feet ; of plat recorded in Plat Book 2, Parcel No. 25. $10.00 ; Parcel No. 26.
distance of 159.9(3( feet to a point 25.4 5002. State Road 164. Said centerline South 85 23' West a distance of 265 2 of the public records of Hendry $10.00 ; Parcel No. 27, S2.00 ; Parcel No.
feet East of the NE corner of Lot 1, described as follows: thence South 80" 53' West 145 feet;, Florida, containing 0.042 acres 28, Sl.OO : Parcel No. 29, $20.00 : Parcel
. ; Block "A" of Englewood Subdivision as Begin on the south line of said Section South 88 53' West 175 feet; thence or less No. 30, $2.00 : Parcel No. 31, $5.00 : Par-

described above containing 0.06 acres f 8 at a point 25.5 feet West of the SE 85 53' West 135 feet; then PARCEL 45-(154)) cel No. 32, $2.00 ; Parcel No. 33, 2.00 ;
more or less.PARCEL corner of said Section 8. said point beingon 81 23' West 110 feet; thence certain part of Lot 1 of 1 Parcel No. 34. $2.00 ; Parcel No. 35, $2.00 ;
7-(75) the arc of a curve to the left havinga 88" 53' West 110 feet; thence Lucky's Subdivision in EVi Bock' Parcel No. 36. SI.O i Parcel No. 37, $1.00 ;
All that part of Lots 5. 6, 7 and 8 of radius of 34377.5 feet and a total central 84* 53' West 130 feet; thence % of Section 17, Township 43 Parcel No. 38, Parcel No.: 39, $2.00;
i Block "B" of Englewood Terrace LaBelle angle of 1 03' ; thence from a tangent 79 23' West 95 feet; thence 29 East according to,plat recorded South. Parcel No. 40. $2.00 ; Parcel No. 41, $2.00 ;
!: Florida according to plat thereof recordedin 85 07' West 60 feet ; thence Parcel No. 42, $1.00 Parcel
bearing North 1 35' 13" West run North- Book 1, 21 of Hendry ; No. 43, $1.00 ;
in Land Records of Hendry County Florida erly along the arc of said curve 237.84 85 23' West 1027.50 feet'; thence records described page as follows County Parcel No. 44, $1.00 ; Parcel No. 45, Sl.OO ;
r': which lies within 60 feet of the centerline feet through a central angle of 0" 23' 47" 72 07' West 69.5 feet ; thence at NE corner of said :Lot 1 Parcel No. 46, $1.00 ; Parcel No. 47, $2.00 ;
,' of Project 5002 State Road 164. Said to the point of tangency of said curve; 38" 37' West 110.41 feet to the run Southerly along: Lot line 13.8 feet Parcel No. 48, $2.00 ; Parcel No. 49, $2.00;
t centerline described as follows: thence North la 59' West a distance of ditch in Virginia Street containing Northwesterly 21.08 feet ; Parcel No. 50 ; Sl.OO ; Parcel No, 51, $1.00 ;
t Begin at a point 25.3 feet East of the 2286.17 feet to the point of curvature of acres, more or less; ALSO .of said Lot 1 at point 16.62 to North Parcel No. 52. $1.00; Parcel No. 53, $1.00 ;
, SE corner of Lot 4, Block F thence All that part of Lots 1 and 2, 9 to a feet Parcel No.
; run a curve to the right having a radius of of the NE of said 54. $1.00 ; Parcel No.' 55, $2.00;
Lot 1
i North 1" 59' West a distance of 2286.17 34377.5 feet and a total central angle of clusive, of Block "E", Lots 49 to Easterly 16.62 corner feet to point of; Parcel No. 56. $1.00 ; Parcel No. 57, $5.0.
I' feet to the point of curvature of a curve 0* 32' ; thence Northerly along the arc clusive and 108 to 110 inclusive of containing This the 12th day of November .
:' :to the right having a radius of 34377.5 of said curve a distance of 159.98 feet "D", Lots 52 to 54 inclusive, and more or approximately 0.003 1941. at LaBelle, Florida.H. .
.. feet and a total central angle of 0* 32' ; to a point 25.4 feet East of the NE corner 108 inclusive Block "C", Lots 54 les.PARCEL A. RIDER
1 thence Northerly! along the arc of said of Lot 1, Block "A" of Englewood Sub inclusive and 103 to 106 inclusive. 46-(156)) .
( Curve a distance of 159.98 feet to a point division as above described containing "B", Lots 56 to 58 inclusive. Block that part of Lot 21, Block 14 of Attorney for Petitioners.

1:;; -S5.4 feet East of the NE corner of Lot 0.9 acres, more or less.PARCEL which lies within 25 feet to the a subdivision of City of LaBelle,
r- y.. Block "A" of Englewood Subdivision as 18-(103) described ditch centerline: Begin in Plat Book 1, page 9, Hendry IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
described above containing 0.01 acres Beginning at the Northwest corner, of East line of said Lot 1 of Block Records, that lies within 25 feet'' TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HEN-
:more or Section 21 Englewood Terrace of Plat Book 2, ditch survey line, said survey line
less.PARCEL Township 44 South Range 29 DRY COUNTY FLORIDA LAW NO. 928-
8-(76) East and running thence East 302:2 feet Jh Section 8, Township 43 South over through and across said
All that part of Lot 8, Block "E" of thence South 82.7 feet to the centerline 29 East at a point 25 feet 1 a follows:
Englewood Terrace, LaBelle, Florida according of a 100-foot. strip of land owned by NE corner of said Lot 1, and I on the East line of Lot 15 of HENDRY COUNT. a politi- )
to plat thereof recorded in the land The ,Atlantic Land and Improvement Company South 89 53' West a distance of 1 at a point 15.9 feet North of cal sub State of ) Petition
records of Hendry County: Florida- which the located point of' beginning feet ; thence North 24 35' West a SE corner thereof, thence run North Florida and J. O. Davidson )'in County
lies within 50 feet of the centerline of thence from said located point of beginning; of 621 feet ; thence North 28" 35' 49'' West a distance of 5665 feet ; Chairman and G. E. Etherton ) Eminent
Project 5002. State Road 164. Said centerline South 0 29' West'50 feet to a point in the 143 feet;' thence North 39 29' South 89 41' West a distance of George L. Poole Frank lie- ) Domain'
described as follows: South line of said strip'of land 50 feet feet to end of ditch in said Lots 56 feet to a point on the West line Clenithan and Jim Maddox, a) Proceed-
Begin at a point 25.3 feet East of the, Southwardly as measured at right angles. Block'' "A" of said Englewood Lot 2 of said Block 1 a distance of Members- comprising the en- ) ings to
SE corner of Lot 4, Block F; thence run from said centerline;' thence Eastwardly containing 3.19 acres more or less ; feet North of the corner thereof, tire Board of County Commis ) Condemnsioner
North le 59' West a distance of 2286.17 parallel with said centerline 200. feet Being the West 23.3 feet of 0.05 acres more or less. of Hendry County a ) property
feet to the point of curvature of a curve to thence i North ,0" 29'J East 100 feet to a 142 in Block "E" ; and the West 23.3 PARCEL 47-(157)( political subdivision of the ) for Con-

the right having a radius of 34377.5 feet point in the North' in'e of said strip of land of Lot.13 of:Block :'F" ;.Umd. the that part of the, W% of Block 22.of State of Florida. ) struction
. and a ,total central angle.of. 32' thence 50 "Northwardly,' at right angles from feet of,'Lot 18' of ,Block "E", all Subdivision in Section 4. Town- ,,' Petitioners" ) and Main-'
....;. 1 Northerly along the arc of said curve a said centerline; thence Westwardly, par- Englewood Terrace a subdivision, 43 South. Range 29 East, as recorded vs." ." ) tenance of
distance of 159.98 feet to a' point 25.4 allel with said centerline 200 feet; thence ing; to Plat Book 2. Page 2 of Block"B" Book 3, page 3, that lies within LABELLE REALT CO.:. a ) a Stat
.; feet East of the NE corner of Lot 1,, South 0 29' ,West 50 feet'to said located County.\Florida. public records. feet of the following described ditch corporation )
Block "A" of Englewood Subdivision a* point of beginning PARCEL 30-(122) line: Said survey line passes over, Defendants.. )
,y' described above., containing 0.01 acres PARCEL 19-(104) All of Lot 1 and the North 15 and across the WV2 of said Block NOTICE OF TAKINGTo

more or less.PARCEL All that part of Lots 22, 24 and the SVS: Lot 2 of Block "E', Englewood follows : LaBelle Realty Co., a corporation
9-(80) of Lot 25 of Hedges Subdivision, of Block Plat Book 2, Page 2 of Section, gin on the North line of said Block 22 created and existing under the laws of the
All that part of Lots 1. 2 and 3, Palmdale 45 of Goodno's Second Subdivision of La- ship 43 South. Range 29 East, of 190 feet West of the NE cor- State of Florida ililak B. Rasmussen,
:Subdivision of Lot 12 of Rosenberry's Sub- Belle, in Section 9, Township 43 South 0.11 acres more or less. thereof thence run South 0 01' Wet Trustees of LaBelle Methodist Episopa

division of the EV of the NEVi of Sec- Range 29 East, that lies within 50 feet of PARCEL 31(123)All feet; thence South 48 31' West 239 Church South W. C. Evans, Jo ,
i tion 8. Township 43 South. Range 29 East the survey line of Project 5002 State that part of the SEVi of the to a point on the West line 76 feet Harry Fagan as Administrator of the
.' Hendry County. Florida as recorded in Road 164. Said survey line described as of Section 8. Township 43 South of the SW corner thereof containing Estate of C. J. Kirk deceased. Blitz Weg-
Plat Book 1, page 13. of the Public records follows: 29 East,which lies within the limits acres, more or less.PARCEL man, J. C. Jackman and Alfred Hugett.

of Hendry County Florida, which lies Begin at a point 24.8 feet West of following: described borrow pit: ( all of the County of Hendry
.' within 50 feet of the centerline of Pro- the SE corner of Lot 17 of Block 45 of Commence on the South line of Lot that part of 48-(161" of.Doty- of Florida : U. A. Li htsy. Eva Apple
ject 5002 State Road 164. Said centerline Hedges Subdivision of Goodno's Additionto Block "F" of'Englewood Terrace Subdivision of Block 44, of La- George V. Miller and John W Gallagher
as follows: the town of La vision Plat Book 2 Jr., all of Hillsborough County State ofFlorida
Be11e. thence run North Page 2. at a a subdivision in Section 4, Town
_. '. Begin at a point 25.8 feet East of the 1 ,,27' West a distance of 755.65 feet to a 8.3 feet East of the SW corner of 43 South Range 29 East that lies ; W. E. Wood of the County of
SE corner of said Lot 3, thence run North point 24.8 Lot 13 Manatee and State of Florida; Florida
1 feet West of the NW cornerof thence run South 89" 53' 35 feet of'the survey line passing
27' West a distance of 129 feet to a Lot 31 of above described subdivision along the South line of said Lots 13 through and across said Section "A" Industrial Co., a corporation under the laws
; ; point 25.8 feet East of the NE corner of of the State of Florida whose principal
containing 0.14 acres more or less. ,a distance of 15 feet to the NW Block 44 as follows:
: 1 of Palmdale Subdivision as described PARCEL said borrow place of business is in Highlands County,
, 20-(105)( pit the POINT OF at a point on the East line of
l above, containing: 0.07 acres more or less.. All that ,, NING thence 1" Florida ; Thomas & Hale of Polk County
<. part of Lot 23 and the N',3 of ; South 59' East a 25 of LaBelle a subdivision in Sec-
' All that PARCEL 10-(82)/! Lot 25 of Hedges Subdivision of Block 45 of 200 feet; thence North 89* 53' 4, Township 43 South Range 29 East, Florida; Albert O'Bannon of Collier County -
: Heights part of Lot 4 of LaBelle of Goodno's Addition to LaBelle,' that lies distance of 300 feet ; thence North 1 recorded in Plat Book 3. page 3, State of Florida; E. E. Stoudemire and

"'p. County Subdivision of LaBelle Hendry within 50 feet of the survey line of Project West 200 feet; thence South 89" 53' feet South of the NE corner thereof, Isom Beasley of Hernando County Stateof
;... -. plat thereof, Florida according to a map or 5002 State Road 164. Said survey line 300 feet to point of beginning, run North 89> 59' West a distance Florida ; Annie Lupton Shook and HaroldA.
now on record in the office described follows ing 1.38 less. Shook her husband of County
of as : acres more or feet ; thence South 43 West a dis- PineIa
.: public the records Clerk of of the Circuit Court in the Begin at a point 24.8 feet West of the PARCEL 32(128)All ( of 350 feet to end of 01 contain- Florida, J. R. Watts & ., a cor-

...; which lies within Hendry 50 County; Florida, SE corner of Lot 17'of Block 45 of: that part of the SVi of Lot 0.08 acres more or less. poration under the laws of the State of
feet of the centerline Florida with its principal place of business
'of Hedges Subdivision of Goodno's Additionto Rosenberry's Subdivision of the EVs PARCEL .49-(163))
centerline Project described 5002. State Road 161. Said the Town ,of LaBelle thence run North NEVi of Section 8, Township 43 that part of Lot 16. Block 14. Bel in Pinellas County Florida; Mid-Florida
as follows : 1 27' West a distance of 755.65 feet to Range 29 East, which lies within 25 Subdivision to the town of LaBelle, Development Company a corporation under
t.U. BE Begin at a point 25.8 feet East of the' a point'24.8' feet West of the NW corner of the following described ditch to plat thereof recorded in Plat the laws of Florida with its principal

LaBelle corner of Lot 4 of the above said of Lot 31 of above described subdivision saving and excepting all that part .1, page 9 of the public records of place of business in Dade County. Florida ;

; thence run North 1 27'West B. K. Braren and H. G. Morrow & Co.,
,;. distance containing 0.05 acres more or less. viously conveyed to ''the. State Road ). County, Florida. that lies within
a of
feet to point under the laws of the
a Inc., a corporation
25.7 feet East of the PARCEL 21-(106) partment of State of Florida by quit of the survey line of the following
NE corner of Lot State of Florida both of Duval County
deed dated
Recorded Deed
':! 126 of Fairview Addition of LaBelle, All that part of Lot 22 of Hedges Sub- 17 572.7-29-41. centerline ditch survey line. Said survey State of Florida : Advance Realty Corporation -
: Florida division of Block 45 of page Said passes over through and across said
being a subdivision of Lots 8 and Goodno's Addition to scribed a corporation under the laws
3 of Rosenberry's LaBelle that lies within 50 feet of the as : 14 as follows:
Subdivision of the EV- survey of the State of Florida, with its principal
1. Begin on the East line of said Lot on the East line of Lot 15, Block
., 'Of 'the NEVi of Section 8, Township 43 line of Project 5002 State Road 164. Subdivision'at place of business at 2516 N. Hudson St.,
Rosenberry's point
1i South Said line described a a point 15.9 feet North of the'SE
;1 Range 29 East. Hendry County survey as follows: Oklahoma City. State of Oklahoma ; JohnA.
feet of
the SE
corner 43 49'
thence North
" Florida, containing 0.02 Begin at a point 24.8 feet West of the run
acres, more or less. Russell of the City of Stateof
' SE run South 88 17' West a a distance of 56.65 feet ; thence Marcelu.
of Lot
corner of
45 of York Isabell 5!. the
\ 11-(83)( Hedges Subdivision of 74.6 feet ; thence South 85 29' 89 41' _West a distance of 596.05 ;
'> All that part of Lots 49 to 62. inclusive the town of of Goodno's Addition to a distance of 267.59 feet ; thence to a point on the West line of Lot City of Syracuse State of, New York;
, LaBelle thence North
LaBelle Heights run Clara L. Schroepell. 115 S. Salina St..
being a subdivision of 1 27' 89.22 West distance of 100 feet; said Block 14 a distance of'58.9
. Lots 10 and 11 of Rosenberry's Subdivision a distance of 755.65 feet to South 85 23' West 195 feet more or North of the SW corner thereof, con- City of Syracuse. State of New York ; Ella
'of the EV4 of the NEVi of Section 8. a Lot point 31 24.8 of feet above West described of the NW corner of to a point in the West line of Lot 0.05 acres, more or less. R. Bryan. Sherbrook Apt.. City of Syracuse.State .
'. Township 43 South. Range 29 East which subdivision Block "A" of Englewood Terrace a of New York ; Isabelle B. Jones of
:-.: lies within 50 feet of the centerline of. containing 0.05 acres, more or less. division recorded in Plat Book 2. page PARCEL 50-(164) the: City of Syracuse. State of New York;
Project 5002, State Road 164. Said center- PARCEL 22-(107) Hendry County records 30.3 feet that part of Lot 16 in Block 14 in Kate Mera and Sara Mera. 528 So. WarrenSt.
line described as follows: All that part of Lot 25 of Hedges the NW corner thereof containing Subdivision to the Town of La- .. City of Syracuse, State of New York:
Begin at a point 25.8 feet East of the Subdivision of Block 45 of LaBelle. that acres, more or less.PARCEL. ,' according to plat thereof recorded Jessie M. Spafford and Mae C. Cole. 1415
SE corner of said Lot 62 of LaBelle Heights; lies within 60 feet of the survey line of Plat Book 1. page 9 of the public Lodi St., City of Syracuse. State of New
-Subdhision. thence run North 1 27'- West Project 500Z. State Road 164. said survey 33-(129) of Hendry County. Florida that York ; Antonio Onorato. 280 E. Fedlrl
140 'feet to a point 25.8 feet East of the line being described as follows: All that part of Lot 31 of within 25 feet of the survey line St.. Youngstown State of Ohio; The At-
of Subdivision 64 and 65,
NE corner of said Lot 49. containing 0.07 Begin at a point 24.8 feet West of the of Blocks a follows: lantic Land and Improvement Company a
-acres, more or less.PARCEL. SE corner of. Lot 17 of Block 45 of Hedges subdivision of Blocks 64 and 65 of on the East line of Lot 15. Block corporation under laws of the State
Subdivision of Goodno's Addition to the Addition to LaBelle in Section 9. a point 15.9 feet North of the SE of Virginia, with to principal place of

All that part of Lots 12-(84) town of LaBelle. thence run North 1 27 ship 43 South. Range 29 East thereof, thence run North 43" 49' business at Wilmington North Carolina ;
to 83
and 126 to 129 inclusive Fairview inclusive West a distance of 755.65 feet to a point within 25 feet of the following a distance of 56.65 feet: thence Elizabeth Lovel, 308 N. Main Road Con-
being a subdivision Addition 24.8 feet West of the NW corner of Lot 31 survey line: 89" 41' West a distance of 596.05 neaut. Ohio; T. E. Woolridge. of
Rosenberry's of Lots 4 to 9 of above described subdivision. Begin on the East line of said to a point on the West line of Lot, 2 the Stat Hopkinsvlllc. State of Ken-
,NE% of Section Subdivision of the EV4 of the PARCEL 23-(108) at a point 10 feet North of the SE said Block 14 a distance of 58.9 feet tucky; and Florida Industrial Co.. C. G.
Township 43 South. All that of of said Lot 31 and run' South 88 of the SW corner thereof, containing James B. Jar-
Range 29 East which lies within part Lot 26 of Block 45 of Somera. E. E. McKinley,
'of the centerline of Project 5002.50 feet Hedges Subdivision of Goodno's Addition to West a distance of 119.7 feet ; acres, more or le.PARCEL rel. A. Y. Grouse. William A. Gager. E.

.Road 164. Said centerline described State the town of LaBelle that lies within 50 North along the West line a distance 51-(165)( Heslop. C. J. Bugh, Charles A Roer
follows: as feet of the ,survey line of Project 5002, feet more or less, to the Northerly North 26.1 feet of Lot 2, Block 14, Florence DePralro Lillian .

Begin at a point 25.8 feet; East of the State Road 161. Said survey line being line East of along said said ditch Northerly; thence right North of Addition to the Town of LaBelle, M.. Adair. .Ala Falel. Mary S. Coulter,

::BE corner of Lot 4 of LaBclle HeightsSubdivjwon described as follows: a distance of 120 feet. more or le to the plat thereof recorde in Sarah E. Hot'rran. E. E.
of LaBelle. Florida thence Begin at a point 24.8. feet West of Book 1. page 9, of Freeman Co.. a 'corrton. and John f.
said Easterly line of Lot 31 at a
"!, run North 1 27' West a distance of 965.97 the SB corner of Lot 17 of Block 45 of 35 feet less North of records, containing 0.0 acres, more Davis the place rldenc of which said
feet to a point 25.3 feet East of the NE Hedges Subdivision of Goodno's Additionto more or defendants Is unknown to your Pcltlone .
of said thence South
corner Lot 31
corner of Lot 26 of Fairview Addition the Town of LaBelle thence run : PARCEL 52-(166) And all unknown parties in.
as above described containing 0.16 North 1 27' West a distance of 755.65 said East line to point of beginning South 23.9 feet of Lot 1. Block 14 or having liens against tho foregoing described
, 1 more or less. acres. feet to a point 24.8 feet West of the NE taining 0.07 acres more or less. Belmont a subdivision of the W% of lands in Hendry County. Florida
: PARCEL corner of Lot 31 of above described PARCEL 34-(132) Section 8. Township 43 South TAKE NOTCE. that a Declaration of
All that 13-(86) subdivision, containing 0.105 acres more or All that part of Lots 6, 6, 7. 8. 9 29 East recorded in Plat Book 1. Taking ha filed by the Pet.ltoner
of a
part Block 95 of LaBelle a cos. of Block 61, a subdivision of Blocks tho acquiring
: subdivision 9, of Hendry County Records : ALO. in the above styled cause,
Deed Book as 59 In deed recorded In PARCEL 24-(109) 65 of City of LoBello as per plat, West 21.05 feet of Lot 13. thority in these proceedings, of the takingof
records of Hendry. page; 203 of the public All that part of the Nth of Lot 27 of in Plat Book 2. page 59 public aa described above, containing the above described lands for the
3 Section 9 County Florida in Block 45 of Hedges Subdivision of Good- Hendry County.;' Florida that lies acres, more or, less. purposes set forth in the Petition in this
East Hendry 43 South Range 29 no's Addition to LaBelle. that lies within 25 feet of the following described PARCEL cause, and that the Honorable Geo. W.
Within County. Florida that lies GO feet of the survey line of Project 5002 centerline: North 26.1 53-(161 2. Judge of the Circuit Court in
Project 60 feet of the center line of State Road 164. Said survey line described Begin on the East line of said Lot I Belmont Subdivision L Dlo 'Vi hurt County wi. on the 8th

line 5002.described State Road follows 164. Said center aa follows: a point 13.28 feet North of the SE I Book 1. page 9. Hendry a County Rep day of Decemb. A 194. at 10
Begin as : Begin at a point 24.8 feet West of tOO of said Lot 5 and run North 89 containing 0.08 acres, more or leua. o'clock In Circuit
NW at a point 24.8 feet West of the SE corner of Lot 17 of Block 45 of West a distanoo of 40.6 feet thence I PARCEL 54-(168) Court Chambers In Hendry County CourtHouse
South corner of said Block 95. thence run Hedges Subdivision of Goodno's Addition 63 18' West a. distance of 216 that part of 21. 5, of Bel- at LaBelle. Forida. consider said
1 59'
East a distance of 633.37 feet to the Town of LaBelle thence run North thence South 88* 83' West distance I Subdivision L mo Plat Book of appraisersand
the the right point of curvature of a curve to 1 27' West a distance of 755.65 feet to feet t tt West line of said Lot 10 I 9i, a County records, that maker ch order a the Court deems
having a radius of84377.5 feet a point 24.8 feet West of tho.NW corner point feet South the N I pae within Hend of the following de proper pursuant to law. ,.
.< and a total central angle of 1 OS' ; thence of Lot 31 of above described subdivision ther. containing o sr ditch survey Hao: All parties tho snit. and all partiesinterested
Southerly along the t
arc of said curve a containing 0.03 acres more or less. 2 of and heard at
7' distance of 212.81 feet l on the East lice Lot may appear b
to a point 25.6 feet o
PARCEL 25-(111) Revised
West of SW PARCEL 93--1125) Block 5 at a point feet North the time and place deigat
: the corner of said Block 95
Tho West 8.2 feet of tho South 12.9 that of Lots 21 and of SE corner thereof thence run WITNESS my had of said
containing 0.46 Al 2
: acres, more or less. feet of Lot 30; and the West 25.2 feat of and I 81 of Block 41 West a distance of 615 feet Court, this the 12th day of Noemr.A
! PARCEL 14&-(91) Lot 29 ; both in Hedges Subdivision of Larohco Subdivision of B in of Lot of said Block 5 at a D.
l' All that part of Lot 4 of Block 64 and Block 45 of Goodno's Addition to LaBoUe, 4, Township 43 South. Range 29 ln fet 1 the SW corner 194.WIIA T HULL
Lot 22 of Block 65 in subdivision of a subdivision in Section 9. Township 43 thai Ices within 86 teas of the ditch Nor. o moro o less.PARCEL (SEAL Cerk Court of
Blocks 64 and' 65 as recorded in Plat South. Range 29 East according to plat line described follows: 55-(170) Iendr County. Florida.PJ.GE .
Book 2. page 69 in the public records of recorded in, Plat Book 3, page 6 of Hendry Begin on 8 East line o said that part of L 1 and 22 of Block 1 Time.


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i Mr.' and :Mrs. F. Deane Duff were F. F. A.
motor oils. As
Mrs. Duff's Mr,. .. an inducement to |group to be turned down, returning
guests of parents,'
I trade on the opening day a can of to his home here
The Clewis ton chapter F. F. A. yesterday.
and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant in
: household lubricant will be given j
Personals J'J'i Palm Beach Monday evening. The planted their' labortory plot this with '
week. A seed away every purchase. : '
cabbage bed and
I I II occasion was the 45th wedding an- approximately -------------- School 'News-
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I niversary Mr. and Mrs. Bryant. an acre of squash have
"- of.... ( been planted. MacDill Football Team Continued from Rage 4)
1! The chapter postponed its regular of a tree. Just "oodles" of food.
O. A. Jones returned Monday Charles Roberts and Sinclair
i, meeting until Nov., 17th. Visits Here WednesdayThe Those attending were Mrs. Bjorni
New York.
I from a business trip to Knight, 'Y"ho.left last week for _
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son, Edna Leiter
Mauryne Prew-
Camp Blanding selectees from
Melvin Pape To Manage itt, Beulah Guthrie
B. S.- Elliott of Atlanta was a Hendry county, returned to Clew-I football team from MacDill ,
business visitor in Clewiston this iston this week. They failed to pass I Field, Tampa, travelling in three, Marianne Jones, Gloria McDuffie,
week. the medical: examination New Sinclair Station motor lorries, stopped over in Clew- Ethelyn Murphy,' Norma Bussle,
iston for a brief rest period Wed- Juanita Burkett, Mary Mathis, Esther -
I Melvin Pape, a resident of Clew nesday en route back to Tampa Haven, Dot Knight. Males
I Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Ramsey of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith returned aren't always
iston for several months while work- from West Palm Beach where necessary for enter
Suffolk, Va., spent a few days in Tuesday from Fort Myers where they tainment..
Clewiston this week. they spent the past three weeks. ing for the U. S. Engineers and as had won a game the previous eve-
Mr. Smith was assigned 'there on sales manager of Hub Chevrolet ning from the Palm Beach County SEnOR. SKETCH t
airport survey for the local U. S. Company, will be the manager 'of All-Stars by a score of 12-6. -
Mrs. H. J. Crummer spent sev- Engineer office. Wednesday the the new Sinclair Service Station at There were twenty-seven boys in John Bethea (this is the last
eral this week in Orlando with
days Smiths left: for Stuart where Mr. the corner of Sugarland Highwayand the party under the command of II sketch because there are only seven
and friends.
relatives Smith has, received a similar assignment San Benito Street which' is being Lieut. Murray and Lieut.. McDonald. seniors) was born at Williston,
for an extended period. completed this week ready fora ---- Florida, on June 1, 1924. He is
Miss Katherine Moran, Mrs. O. gala opening next Thursday.The Five Selectees Are among the ones who started to
F. Schiffli, and Mrs. C. L. Downs school
new station will be one of here and has remained to
Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. R. Y. Pat-
are spending today in Miami. the most attractive and modern in I graduate this year. John has been
tersonMrs.., ;Carl Berner, Mrs. J. Rejected At BlandingThe
and quite unfortunate member
the entire Everglades Mr. Pape as a of
W. ,Ezelle, and Mrs. O.A.. Jonesattr
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and Mauryne ," : states that his service will be as our football squad. He broke his
Prewitt are. spending today in Fort c ;tha-' :meeting of the county I modern as the station. The building five young men who left collarbone in the first game with
Myers on business. schpol/Sboa'r: Jn LaBelle last Fri has a white stucco exterior fin- Clewiston on Thursday morning of Everglades. Although he was ab...
I..They-: :appeared before the ish with frescoes of green tile. The last week for the U. S. Army induc- I sent for three weeks because of

Mrs. J. H. Doty spent the weekend board to request that immediate interior is plastered. Both ladies' tion station at Camp Blanding, were I this, he is: back in school now (WQ'
0' in Avon Park visiting her !action be taken to provide equip- and men's rest 'rooms will have tile all rejected and have returned home. hear the brace will soon be removed
ment for toe .Clewiston high school'shome
daughter Miss Maxine Doty. floors and wainscoting, and the la- The five were Charles Lee Rob- ).
economics room. dies' room, built in circular shapeoff erts, Roy W. Hughes, E. Sinclair John says. that his past life is

Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins of St. the west end of the station addsa Knight, Jr., and Matthew Crawfordof history, and he has no definite
Louis, owner of considerable pro- note of distinctiveness to the Clewiston and Carl Malmberg of plans for the future. Good luck,
perty in' Clewiston, was here for BRIDGEThe building.The LaBelle. Roberts was the last of the 'ohn, wh'ateyer you do.

several days this week on business. lubritorium on the east side
bridge club, composed of four
I married 'couples, met "at" the homeof of the station is divided into two .:.N .:":":-:":":"r"t. :":":":":":":":**:":":":":":**:":"9**:":..:..:..:..:..:.*:..:..:**:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:*.:..:..:..:..:..:..1f :N-.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mauck of sections and is, enclosed on the I ..
Fort Myers were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee Thursday eve- south side. One. section will be used :_: I Molasses-Fed Hamburgers
ning. First prize for men was won :_
Mrs. Bernie Thompson Tuesday for washing and polishing work and ; rs
by Foy Durrence and first prize for
evening. the other side for greasing.A. Y t
women by Mrs: Jimmy Wilson..
Mrs. Lee served date-nut'' bread E. Kirchman, Belle Glade Sin- :: STILL lOc :
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer clair dealer and Builder of the station -
whipped cream and coffee to Mr.;
and children, Billy and Patty, has been here for several days :: At Alderman's Sandwich :
and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. and ;; Shop
of Miami, spent the week-end in attending to details of the finishing. Y
Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson -
Clewiston with friends. It had been hoped that the open- Y .g
Dan, Padgett, and R. J. Lee. ':*. Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week .
ing could be held on. Saturday of :
Mrs. B. B. Wilson left Tuesday this week but it was found to be .j*. Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable" Rates :
for a two weeks' visit with her GARDEN CLUBS TO HAVE PROGRAM impossible. A

I rister, Mrs. Eddie Curry, and oth- ON FLORIDA BIRD LIFE Sinclair gasoline, ,both regularand i: I I

er friends in Gainesville. high compression, will be soldas

I Father Lawrence J. Flynn spent .W.at E.the Dilley meeting will be next guest Thursday speaker -, will Opaline and Pennsylvania V\......*..............................................................................'..........................N.N.N.N..N.r JZ4SflfJALDERMAN'S .....................::. I

several days this week in Tallahassee November 20th, afternoon, when ,
on business. Father Flynn is the Garden Club meets at the Com- --- ----- '- --- -- I

leaving soon to become pastor of munity Center. His topic will be

the Catholic Church in Tallahassee. Florida Bird' Life. The program is t
in charge of the Conservation, Com d o !

Mrs. A. C. Carlton and daughter, mittee, .Mrs. L. L. Spicer, chairman.The I

Beverly, and Mrs. Glen Etherton meeting begins at 3 o'clock.

and daughter, Glenda Sue, visited II
I relatives in Miami Thursday and PRE-SCHOOL AGESTORY' I
'! today. HOUR -

s f
t Mr. and Mrs.," Bernie" -Thompson Marjorie ;Brown .JAgnes ;Ann, I

and children, Bernie and Gene, Hackett, John Perry, ,Paul Bowden, : .
( :
,:' V spent Sunday in Fort Myers with Howard Smith, Ronald'Egley, Jim- I

Mr. Thompson's sister, Mrs. C. N. my Knight, and Eddie Musgrave : _
I i Thaggard and family. selected their own stories for the :

I, ( Pre-School Age Story Hour this !

Miss Virginia Jordan, who has week. Their selections were Peter !
,. been Rabbit, The Little T
employed at the U. S. Sugar Red Hen and
Ii. Corporation office for the past three the Grain of Wheat, and .Little

f. years, is leaving Sunday to reside Black, Sambo.
;'VV in Jacksonville. av

:. Lt. R. J. Bestor' left Sunday for EVENING BRIDGE TUESDAYMrs.

:.' Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, af- w
ter a two weeks' furlough. He visited Glen Etherton was hostessat 1r

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. the meeting of her bridge club
A. Bestor, and with his mother Tuesday night. Boxes of stationerywere FQ/ C
:: made a three day trip to Cuba dur- awarded as prizes to Mrs. Foy ) O

I tii : lug his stay. Durrence who held high score, Mrs.A. It TN E P' \- '

.. W. Lawrence, secon dhigh, and SERVICE Of ,
Mrs. George Crow as travelling "
, 1\ J. KV1. COUSE prize.The hostess served a salad plate I I ,. Distinctive without being expensiveCHEVROLET'S a

with the food on each plate forming -

I ,.:. Counselor. and Attorney at fne a Raggedy Ann doll: boiled : NEW m0t&K& MODELS i
Hopkins Building egg, shredded carrot, pickles, tomato -
and 'shrimp salad were used
: I Wednesdays and Saturdays and served with wafers, potato Their surpassing quality-plus their

0:30 to 4:00 chips, and coffee.
surprising economy-sets them apart
Attending were Mrs. V. C. Wood- CHEVROLET AIDS
ward, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs.A. from all other "Torpedo" models NATIONAL DEFENSE

C. Carlton, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, DESIGNED
; Mrs. G. E. Crow, Mrs. A. W. Law- TO LEAD IN Superlative grace and beauty distinguish i

rence, and Mrs. Foy Durrence. STYLINGDESIGNED Chevrolet's new Fleetline Aero- i :

sedan and new Fleetline Sportmaster. 1

Good FarmLand SIX LOCAL CERTIFICATES SCOUTERSWIN And, of course,. they also bring you all ifl

'. .' of the Unitized Knee-Action comfort {

Six: ,,Clewiston: Scouters 'were TO LEAD IN all of the Valve-in-Head "Victory" per
awarded certificates last night at' PERFORMANCEDESIGNED formance and economy all of the
the conclusion of a Boy Scout leaders'
training course which has been 30-year-proved dependability which char

for Rent underway for several weeks in the I acterize the new Chevrolet-The Finest

Glades-Hendry district. The final 'I Chevrolet of V All Time.
meeting last night was held in' TO LEAD IN
, Moore Haven.Certificates I See these distinguished cars at yourECONOMY

1i ...... were awarded to R. nearest Chevrolet dealer's, and convince 1

: I'I M. Bishop, Jimmy Wilson, M. M. yourself that "It pays to buy the leader L TRAINING MAINTENANCE OfFIOIS.

I Prewitt, Jim Beardsley, Charles and get the leading buy." +
Benson I I and W. C. Owen of Clewis-
! V Trespassers I ton and to L. W. Turner and R. M. I

A:' V Will Be Harris awarded of to LaBelle.those leaders Certificates who were attended l IT PAYS TO BUY THE LEADER AND GET THE LEADING BUY I

six out of the eight weekly .

:\ ProsecutedClewiston I II' meetings.
This last meeting was well attended

-....... the principal and' Fred speaker L. on Dunaway the subjectof was Hub Chevrolet Company, Inc.Clewiston.

Hiking and Camping. Scout Ex
ecutive Fred L. Treet of Sarasotawas

f r also present and made a brief .
talk on First'Aid and the importance Located in Sugarland Service Building

:Realty; And ,ot stressing this training.
r -
Attending the meeting from Clew- Phone 87

iston were: R. M. Bishop, E. E.
DevelopmentCorporation Gross, Jimmy Wilson, M. M. Prew

itt, F. E. Conkling, Fred Dunaway,

W. C. Owen. Scouts Oliver and Junior
Martinez, Junior Mills, and so they come to you genuinely NEW

Bruce Beardsley also attended.

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1 THERE is nothing so fatal

SUNDAY [Lesson I as half-finished

tasks.-David Lloyd George.No .

?? amount of ability is of the
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof slightest avail without character -
(Released Chicago. .Andrew Carnegie.If .
by Western
TOE STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter era! days from a vantage point In the about her longing for travel. When Lar- Newspaper Union.)
was attracted to Jacqueline Anthony, lobby, he I fell in love with her. In an ry told her she could easily realise her I take care of my character -
pretty public stenographer at the Hotel effort to meet Jack-as Jacqueline It dreams, she replied, "How could I? That my reputation will take
Raynear, when he heard that she was called-he dictated an imaginary letterto costs money." He explained, "Simple Lesson for November 16 care of itself. Dwight L.
Interested'In reading about travel and Roy Allen, noted archeologist. As he enough You can marry me." Moody.We .
adventure. After watching her for sew had planned, this Induced her to talk Now continue wIth the story. Lesson subjects'and Scripture texts selected -
# f -if 10 .Z ft ft"Second. nnd copyrighted' by International sow our thoughts, and we reap
of Religious Education; used by our actions; we sow our actions, and
"Wait! "Gold?" The firm trace of inter- I'd prefer to make it a permission. we reap our habits; we sow our

Larry Cutter made a peremptory est. straight business proposition at the UNION WITH habits, and we reap our'characters;
gesture with his pipe at Jacqueline "Some Good enough showingfor start. I've something to sell, if you CHRIST we sow our characters, and we reap

Anthony as she stared at him in me to dispose of a half interestin want to put it that way. My name LESSON TEXT-John 15110. our destiny.-C. A. Hall.

wide-eyed bewilderment. He leaned my claim." and the promise to care for and respect GOLDEN TEXT-AbIde In me, and I In The great hope of society is
still nearer, speaking in a low impetuous "That is very nice, I'm sure." you as long as I live. You you.-John 15:4. !i in individual. character.Channing. -

voice. "As far as it goes. I came back will be running no great risk .
"You're thinking one of two here on purpose to But we I think. I would protect your in- Our lesson presents deep spiritual
things," he insisted. "That I'm as won't go into that. I'm footloose.No vestment from the start. Let me truths concerning our union with

fresh as paint and you should call family but some distant cousins be frank about that. I mean finan Christ: -mystical, but practical. Little Girl Will LoveA
the house detective, or that I've that I don't know. I decided thatI cially. It's no inducement a I. The Conditions of Union With

some idea I'm humorous. Either wanted a home companionship. bond. And with no strings what- Christ.
way, you're wrong. I meant what I I suppose every man does at ever. There is a sense in which union Lovely Bride Doll

said then. And I've never talked one time or another." "Third. I ask nothing in return. with Christ is entirely unconditional -

marriage to a woman before." "And you decided to offer your- Until you wish to give it of your own one is either united with Him by

"Excuse me, Mr. Cutter." Jacque- self to the first girl you met." accord. You would be free to keep faith or he is not. However, there

line spoke in a flat little voice. "If Larry Cutter was unable to de- your name your present way of living are conditions for the fulfillment of

you have a letter you wish written, tect either amusement or sarcasmin your job, if you" vish. You'llsee all that such union carries with it.
I will take it. Otherwise, I am that comment. me no oftener than you like. It is in that sense we use the word.

busy." "Nothing of the sort!" he objected -, No one need know of our marriage I, Cleansing (vv. 1.3). Christ is

"Never mind the letter. It can hotly. "I want somebody to be- until you are ready. the Vine, and the believer as a true
wait. So can your pirates. I've long just to me. Somebody who "Fourth. If it doesn't work out branch is united with Him. There ..rr..

simply got to tell,you ." will be interested in what I do after a fair trial, the deal is off. is a oneness here which is difficultto

He broke off to scowl at a small care a little. Look here, Miss Anthony You'll be as free as 'air and express but delightful to receive

rain-coated figure that appeared in You may not have seen very forever. and believe. He who is the Vine

the doorway. The intruder was look- much of this world, but somethingtells "Fifth But you get me. I'm needs no cleansing, but the branch

ing inquiringly at the little stenog- me you understand things. You ready to draw up a paper coveringall needs constant, daily purification by T r.
rapher. even know what the Val d'Or looks that and sign it. You're a notary "the Word" (v. 3). Are we per-

"Oh Mr. Dennison! There. like. Right' now you've been pic- I suppose." Larry permitted mitting God's Word to keep us
was no question about Jacqueline's I turing the trackless miles of snow himself a slight smile at thispractical clean? Only if'' we are reading it,

pleasure at seeing the newcomer. and scrub pine. The camps. Tar- note. "And that covers the studying it, meditating upon it.
"I'll be finished here in a second." ground about, as well as I can do There is moreover a severer typeof

Larry rose quickly. "There's no it." purging to which the husbandman -

hurry whatever about my work," I There was silence as he waited for subjects the vine that it may

he announced blandly. "Take care I III an answer. Jacqueline was the one bear more richly, and that is pruning Tark

of this gentleman, Miss Anthony. who broke it."Aren't (v. 2). It may not be pleasant,

'I'll drop back when you're not you forgetting some my brother, but it is profitable, and
busy." thing?" she asked slowly."I remember whose loving and sure

Larry brushed past the man in dare say. What is it? We'll hand it is that wields the pruning iy

the raincoat and retreated to his include it." knife (v. 1).

favorite chair in the lobby. "You know nothing about me." Some branches must be cut away

When it was time to go back and l Cl "Oh, that." Larry gave a relieved altogether (v. 1) and burned (v. 6). '
sigh. "It seems to me that I have They lack the evidence of life-
square things with Jack, Jack Pattern 2945.
Anthony, how in the world would he I known you always. But, until the fruitbearing and must be de-
make her know that he wasn't a day I came into it, your life is just stroyed. These,words are evidentlynot MY, OH MY, won't she love

common cad? That he loved her? ,your own. It doesn't concern me. written to dishearten true be- A real bride-veil and

That he had fallen in love with her Your life will always be your own. lievers, but they,are a solemn warn- all-to be her very own doll! You
that first day? Please be assured of that." ing to those who bear a false pro can make the dress in a sheer or

Larry believed that profoundly.The "You are generous." Still that fession of Christianity. heavier material and, of course,

same as he believed that Jack 'expressionless note in the girl's 2. Abiding (vv. 4-8). The branch make it white.
Anthony was going to love him in voice. bears the fruit of the vine. It has *
"Don't that! I'm not to Pattern 2945'contains and directions
say trying a pattern -
no strength of its to
return, or he'd know the reason l or ability own '
for making the doll and clothes
be generous to you. All I'm bring forth fruit. The Christian ;
why. There was no reason why he materials required. Send your 'order to:
trying to do is to be fair dread .
cannot Christ without
could not win her. Jack would lis- serve abiding,
fully fair. I know what a great and if he does abide the life of
ten., She had to listen She I
must! thing I'm asking of you. I was so Christ will show forth in His living Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.

Hello There was Dennison afraid that you wouldn't even listen I i and serving. There can be no union 82 Eighth Ave. New York
n. to me. Well?" Anxiety gave almos$; without abiding in Christ. Enclose 15 cents In coins' for Pattern

leaving. The girl was sitting there a harsh tone to the last word. 3. Obedience No...........
alone now. She looking into the (vv. 9, 10). The
distance. So small and help- Jacqueline leaned forward,leaned hall-mark of character in a child is NameAddress................................

very forward until the light fell relent- obedience. That is also true inGod's ..............................
less.Before lessly upon her small face.
household. There is
should lose no use
he courage, "I don't know why "I did .listen," I
strode in talking sweetly and piously about
Larry purposefully to the
s r ""*VUI,. she admitted wonderingly. An hour
goal of his desires. He entered abiding in God's love unless we
ago, I I must be mad .
closed the door gently and helped "And you decided to offer your- too." obey His commandments. The 'rm SApplEARS'That's

himself to his former seat. self to the first girl you met." "Then you mean ." Larry Christian who disobeys the teach-
ings of God's Word regarding holy
Jacqueline regarded him withoutthe caught his breath sharply. Waited."I what stain
slightest display of interest or paper shacks in dirty snow. There'snot am mad." Jacqueline Anthonywas living and does not respond to the less white Penetro
resentment. the romance about it leading of the Holy Spirit shuts off does when rubbed
your maga- deciding that for herself. C 0 L D S'on
the blessing of God in his life chest,
zine own your
make ,
"I'm back, he hazarded. yarns out. There's a lot "But you will do it? I ask for throat. Disappears
"You didn't have of riffraff. Unsavory and and stops its flow out to others.II. .
a letter at all, men un- nothing until you can give it to me." like a vanishingcream. COUGHS
came the quiet accusation. savory women. Hours of hard work The little stenographer's face went The Results of Union With Almost instantly _

"Wn't you let me talk to you and those other hours when you visibly white. Her lips trembled a Christ. sets up gentle '
sit 1. Purity of Life (v. 3). "Nowye counter-irritant action, soothes,
just a minute? Afterwards '. staring into a fire and smoking whispered answer that Cutter bare speeds local circulation. Inhaled
Well, you won't see me again your pipe. That's harder than any, ly heard. are clean"-how refreshing ,ourLord's medicated vapors help you relax and
If ,you say so. Please!" work. The,solitude ." "I'll I'll do it." words sound to us as we sleep! Rub tonight with Penetro,
"Go on." There was no encourage- "I know," Jacqueline said unex- live in a wicked and filthy world. get better rest one of Nature's
ment in the permission. I pectedly. CHAPTER II We sometimes wonder if there are greatest cold misery fighters.PENETRO.

"Thanks. I've told you my name. "I told you so. You always would. any pure,lives anymore. Yes, there

Does it mean anything at all to I've been making sure of that for a Little Miss Anthony breathed an are-those whom the Lord has

you?" week now. Such things do happen, incoherent prayer when she found cleansed by His Word. Would you
like to be clean? Turn to Him and
"No.. I tell If only there
you. was some herself alone once more in her office -
"It wouldn't. But it was pretty way to let you know how deadly in and with the door closed. The to His Word. A Ready Hook
well known in this part of the country earnest I am." dazed petition was that no one look 2. Prevailing Prayer (v. 7). At Luck affects everything; let

once. I'm speaking about my fa There was no reply. But Larry at or speak to her until she could first one wonders why our Lord put your hook always be cast; in the
ther. John Cutter. He was a scien-' Cutter did not know that his dark collect her scattered senses. in that word about prayer, but it stream where you least expectit

tist." eyes were subscribing to the truth of The entire world 'was gone topsy- is evident that one of the fruits of there will be fish.-Ovid.

There was no reply. his claim more eloquently than any turvy. It still moved shakily througha union and fellowship with Christ
"Now this is going to be a strainon words he might find. dull haze. must be intelligent prayer accord-

your credulity. Would it sur- Too late, he realized that he had There had been no suggestion of ing to God's will, in the power of
prise you to know that ,I consider gone about things in the wrong fash- so vast a cataclysm when Jacque- the Spirit, and certain of an answer. Have You Tried

myself a gentleman?" ion. The worst possible."I line opened her eyes in the com- Notice that the prayer promise PILLS ?

"Oh, no." told you, Miss Anthony, thatI fort of her small apartment on here is absolutely unlimited, but DR. TUTT'S
"I get it. Don't blame you in the had a particulat purpose in com- Courtland street. that it follows an "if" which statesa Created in 1845 for the relief of *"

least," Larry conceded gloomily."It's ing here to the city," he resumed Another dull day and, probably, closely limited condition. Let us constipation.Buy. .
one of many things I'll haveto steadily. "I can see now that it few customers. But each customer fulfill the condition and claim the them! Try them! TODAY

prove. It may take time. The was meant'to be that I would counted just now.. They counted promise.

same as proving that I'm sane. And I find you. Call it fate if you like. tragically. 3. Fruitbearing (vv. 2, 4, 5, 8).

yet I am. Also .I'm thirty-five and Nothing will,make me believe other- Jacqueline's numbed brain still The fruit a Christian bears is the Useful to Others

weigh one hundred and seventy. I wise. It's rather difficult to explain was trying to get across the mes- fruit of Christ who is the Vine, but True charity is the desire to be

drink a bit. in company. You just now But if anything wereto sage that she had just now promisedto as the branch he does have the joy useful to others without thoughtsof
seem to be up on Kipling. He said happen to me, I'd like to leave marry a man. A man she never of bearing -"fruit" (v. 2)), "more compensation.-Swedenborg.
there was hope for such a man. AndI what I have to someone I 'for fruit"
care had seen 'before. A man who had fruit" (v. 2), and "much (vv.
smoke, as you see. Profession, to whom it would mean some- walked into her office and asked her 5, 8). The Christian's phraseologycan :
engineer ,of sorts. Just a few of thing. To 'my wife. She wouldn't to take a letter. It must be a dream be borrowed, the Christian's
the tiresome details, he apologized. have to 'worry or' want for most nightmare, rather. And service imitated, but his fruit pro- AT j1-
Only silence greeted this effort. things. Please :' 1" as Jacqueline yet duced only by abiding in Christ. 6000 DIUOSTOliS t
"Ever run across the Val d'Or started
to speak. It might have happened. Because 4. Abiding in Love (v. 10). We
in your book wanderings, Miss An- "That sounds rotten, I ButI AAGE ,,
guess. this had his about all
man told her name altfcr: have been talking abiding sorru t ,
thony? want it to be you because I truly he proposed Larry Cutter. And through our lesson and it may seem YMWy
"Yes. It came out with obvious love you." See here. Let's go at it he wanted to marry Jacqueline An- strange to list it as one of the resultsof 0A
reluctance.: this way:
thony. She still couldn't comprehendany union with Christ, yet it belongs 6oi
"Then you know what a wilder- He regarded her in a puzzled fash-
clear reason for it. here. Our Lord said (v. 10)) that r ,
ness is there, or,has been until late- ion then '
resumed: It just'didn't make sense. the cleansed and obedient disciple hlI1QS ,'' tC.JJGU Rt lcelr?
ly. You still have to geT in on foot "I know nothing,about situa-
your And this Mr. Cutter apparentlyhad should abide in His love, even as
and pack your supplies, unlessyou're tion, but I take it,"that you're a been perfectly satisfied with He obeys the Father and abides in
an ultra-modern prospectorand business woman. That should makeit -
her halting foolish little
acceptance. His love.
ride a plane. Well I've been easier for '-
us both. Here's the
He had asked Miss Anthony to have'dinner What a picture that is. Christ,
there off and on for over two years way it stacks up." A\.ti 1URJIll\\T :
with him tonight any- the One who knew no stain of sin
Somewhat to the north of the
Larry spread apart the fingers of where she liked. There were thingsto (II Cor. 5:21), always perfectly = The buyer's assurance is the advertising
main diggings, however. Primitive his left hand and
tapped the thumb talk over. Arrangements to make. obedient to the Father (Heb. 10:7), he or she reads in the newspaper.
enough to suit anybody. with the end of his j
pipe stem. 9
"I imagine Arrangements! Jacqueline shiv- who knows complete and perfect That is the buyer's guide. It tells the
so. "First. I'm asking you to marryme. ered. That meant a wedding. He fellowship with the Father, reachesout = prices one must expect to pay. Let the
"Yes ma'am.
But it's worth it
nothing but my own would want to talk about their wed
His loving arms and draws the seller who tries to charge more beware!
if you find" something. I was lucky word for it that I'm decent, healthyand ,ding. I believer into the circle of that

myself. independent. I'm all three. (TO BE CONTINUED1'I blessed union and love.

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Bridge Party J. Morrison won low prizes. Mrs. the refreshments were donated by juggler; Hubert Castle, tightwirestar l'urel'l no. Lot 28, Block 422.I'ureel .
I W. P. Vaughn. Sr. won the door Garden Club members and other i ; the Yacopls, Gauchos and Di-: 40. Lot 28 Block 423.Parcel .

Clears Over $100The prize. A turkey and a hassock, (interested friends of the Library. I visos, springboard somersaultingtroupes I ,41.12. Lot Lot 35.20.' Block Block 423.Parcel 446.Pureel ..

which had been donated to aislttI I ; Adrianna and Charley, If.: Lot 36: Block 446.I"nreel ( -

I I with fund raising, were won by l MISSION InOGHAGIVEX: AT I trampoline stars; Mile. Louisa, flying -!! Parcel 44..1%. Lot LOt 10 9,, Block Block 498.Pureel 498..

Clewiston Public Library Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Mrs. Otto BAPTIST \\'. M. MEETING: I trapeze: marvel; the three Flying -| -' 40. Lot 7, Block 505

cleared $104.25 on the evening Larsen. I! Concello troupes, with Antoinette Clewiston All of the Florida General, Plan of
as revised
benefit bridge party given at the Refreshments of apple pie, cheese :Mrs W. P. Nail was program : ; the famous Riding Cristiani ; September 7, 1937, according

Community Center Monday evening.land' coffee were served. The party leader at the meeting of the Wo-,; family in short, '800, world renowned j plat pages recorded 71 to 78,in inclusive Plat Book, Public 2,

Over seventy-five persons attendedthe was sponsored by the Library committee man's missionary society held Tues-I artists. There are 1,600 Records of Hendry County, Flor-

affair. I Mrs. W. L. Lott, chairman; day' ,afternoon at the First Baptist:people, 50 elephants, 1,009 menagjerie ida.
FIrst prize for ladles at bridge :1rs. W. D. King, Mrs. W. C. church. The An animals and hundreds Said lands will be sold in compli-
topic was Urgent I of i ance with said decree, and each parcel -
went to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle in section Owen, Mrs. A. "L. Hackett, Mrs. Gospel Dispels Heathen Darkness, I horses. i, of land described aforesaid will
1, and to Mrs. W. C. Prewittin Keathley Bowden, and Mrs. O. A. he offered for sale and sold separately -
and the Bible theme
was taken
---- to satisfy the particular lien adjudged -
section 2. Men's first prizes 'were I Jones. These were assisted by Mrs. from the 115th Psalm. Mrs. Nail I I thereon. If all of the landsso
won by W. C. Prewitt and Malley W. E. Dilley Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- Sponge sales on the Tarpon I i advertised for sale be not sold on
I was assisted in the program by the day hereinabove specified, such
Palmer. Low prizes for ladies were ford, Mrs. C. J. Nielson, Mrs. G. W. Springs Sponge Exchange for the will be continued
I' Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. Joe Elder, '
awarded Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. 'Dress, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Miss first 10 months of this year total I day' until the sale of all sucdayands
Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Mrs. G. E. Is
W. E. Dilley and for men to Fred Virginia Jordan, and Millie Bourne. $1,107,097.03, greater than the, completed. v-
Wenzloff, Mrs. W. T. Wheeless and : N
Dated this the 13th day of vem-
Davis a'nd' Leslie Miller. Mrs.. G. Small, C. J. Nielson, A. L. Mrs. H. L. Davis. sales for any previous year in the ber, 1941
At the Michigan tables Mrs. Col- Hackett, and W. C. Owen also as- history of the industry. 'I J. M. COUSE
Others attending were Mrs. R. J. Special Master In Chancery.Nov. .
yer and Mrs. E. M. Blake won first sisted at the party. Prizes were Blount, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs.G. 14, 21st.
prizes, and Mrs. J. W. Francis and donated by local business men and LEGAL
E. Collier, Mrs. J. F. Davis, Mrs.E. .
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Mrs. J. V. Turner, Mrs. M. C. Vowels SPECIAL, MASTERS SALE I
NOTHING LlK-E IT UNDERTfIOty.a#;{ NOTICE Is hereby given under and & PLUMBING SHOP
Clayton Waters, Mrs. V.
.. by virtue of a decree of sale made
IJ.nY/ THE SUN OR. MOON .' .MODE. C. Woodward and Mrs. W. and entered .
I W. by the Honorable George Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
OJl S/JOWL Perry. W. Whltehurst, one of the Judges of
the Circuit Court of Hendry County Prompt, Efficient Service
jfffo'ifE 81 L LRDY .; Florida, in Chancery, on the 12th day I
( of November, 1941 In that certain PETER CHRISTENSEN
OJ'EN6HTromEDIRns i -. :( y Ringling Circus In City eause of pending Clewiston In, said a municipal Court wherein corpo-

ration, ,is complainant, and : Certain

"THE GREATEST StlOW ON EARN I ,, '\ Palm Beach ThursdayThe Lands quent, Upon are Which defendants Taxes, I Are will Delin-,

z7LFR s FOR TtiE J.i.:2N-EY! : \.<..c}. S Monday, the 1st day of December on,
.LC, 1 f :'.: ....... ,"; ..o;; 'IJ 1941, (a Rule Day of said Court
yYISDATfd ) be-
.:!",1. t.. ?" Big Show -Ringling Bros. ginning at eleven o'clock In' 'the Ehney & Foster I
at the
TI door
vJ of
and Barnum & Bailey will ex- the 'County Courthouse, PAINT CONTRACTORS J
.AI In the
(Acro1Jmtdcm. of City
q Watch For Her' hibit in West Palm Beach Thurs- LaBelle, Hendry County,
prklMlk ftCKef) ,;r: offer for sale and FlorIda, Sprayer For Furniture Painting
The Sensational :: -'iLLI-L A fill I day, November 20, and here's a and best bidders for cash to the, the highest following Floor Sanding I

SQAIJjr #' Chinese. Marvel s synopsis of its 1941 features: lands situate, lying and beCountythFloridaof -- Phone 09 Free Estimates
TOY h'J .PIO. :L Mr. and Mrs. Gargantua the Clewiston, Hendr)'

G1RL5rIn; Her ilk fi. Great, the world's most publicizedand lows, to-wit: described as fol-

I )V/1f/ffaf7lDance Terrifique ff\Mw! \ /VIII.'LC'I fascinating gorilla couple; the Parcel Parcel 2.1. Lot Lot 23 24,, Block Block 26 26.

BfA 'EJ TEASING! ; new fairyland fantasy, "Old King Parcel 3. Lot 25, Block 26.!
I : Parcel
I TO i <6-4 PLEASING!, Aji fr. 'Dr. .L TJYL'tf Cole and Mother Goose," designedand Parcel 5 4.. Lot Lot 26 27,, Block Block' 26.26.! Johnson's Fish CampNear
I (' 'r,. costumed by Norman Bel Ged- Parcel 6. Lot 28, Block
rz'//1.1 I 4(r!: rJgCES.I des, of New York world's fair Fu Parcel 7. Lot 29, Block 26.26.! ( Hurricane Gnte)
I o.'f -I" f"6" .Ir' Parcel 8. Lot 80,
rAIl "", ": l c./H1dnJ/J + turama fame, in which 2,000 I' Block 26.! Clewiston
I t1 :1 <:"" 1f.If; i Z"I/R 1.7 peo arccl Ii. Lot 4, Block 139 Fla.
,. 'j dfIUTrflLNEW Yldults 27'f ple and animals take part. Geddes Parcel 10. Lot 9, Block 141' Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Parcel 11. Lot 12,
has redesigned the circus from Block 171
'- /YATEPA'OOF Parcel 12. Lot 6, Block Rates Reasonable
LD I A '&' front to back. Parcel 13, Lot' 6, Block, Igs 175! W. H. Johnson, Mgr. f

..; (@), a"BlffandIVbf1t 4DAS5. "Old King Cole and Mother Parcel Parcel is.14., Lot Lot 2 4,. Block Block 196.!

I I t TJIEATE1 "PEIM... Goose" cost $80,000, and Is the Parcel Parcel 10.17. Lot Lot 3, Block 20 207 .:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNNNN. . :1
grandest of all Big Show pageants; 3, Block 208. 'T

mem/: ,: OYEATUAE. hence it is spotted on the programto Parcel Parcel 10.18. Lot Lot 5.4, Block Block 208 208. J.:. .'y.'.

: cL 9"JO follow Alfred Court's three great Parcel 20, Lot 6, Block 208' 'i. l' rt i ..s.y .
Parcel .
21. Lot it
AlLNEW 21, Block
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MmAT lLY mixed of
;, groups performing wild Parcel 22. Lot 22, Block
fi7TIVELy'z ;P/EmE r. ;sTA7S YEAR CURTAIN animals, so that, late comers won't Parcel 23. 'Lot 24, Block 208.208. y
a a: I y)4ND-.4 miss it.The Parcel 24. Lot 25, Block 208. :: THE TURKEY DID NOT :_!:
25. Lot 26, Block 208. y
NE OJTlIMEOCi1tY.1 TOJlLLYI.Jf 8f.s new Birdland aerial ballet, Parcel ,,26. ,Lot 28, Block 208. y.s.

tE ,4 ( -l 'FFEBKll .. ..-. starring lovely Elly Ardelty, costumed Parcel Parcel 27.28. Lot 29, Block 208. .... ORIGINATE .IN '...s..s. .s.y ..
Lot I, Block 355.
.' by Max Weldy of Paris and Parcel 29. Lot 23, Block 355. TURKEY
staged by ,Albertina Rasch, famed Parcel 30. ,Lot 28, Block 356. Y.. .

Hollywood and Broadway musical Parcel Parcel 31.32. Lot Lot 39 40,, Block Block 356.356. ';. It is a native North American .::

CLEWISTON FRIDAY NOV. 28 show dance director; an. Invasionof Parcel 33. Lot 41, Block 356. :x: bird, introduced into Europe :_:
acts from Parcel 34. 'Lots 14-15 Block 378. in the 16th Century. 1. Ency ::
America, head- Parcel 3.>. Lot 14, Block 385. :: :
LOCATION Next To Old, Hall ed by the three flying DIego-Fer- Parcel 36. Lot 15, Block 385. .;. clopedia Britanica. :xM :
City Parcel 37. Lot 16,
nandez troupes the Block 385. 1.. . . . :-
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