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: July 3, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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/ :MOTORISTS REGISTER 1 103 BOYS REGISTER I General Fourth ObservanceOf Tomorrow Hendry County Leads In .


Tomorrow will be the dullest

Saturday that Clewiston has experienced -
in many years for vir-<<< -

" tually every business house will be Of I AVERAGE OF MORE THAN 18

closed for the entire day. Meeting 1 POUNDS PER PERSON IS
: All is in readiness for the new" total of 138 youths between the SHOWN BY REPORT
The United States Sugar Cor-
J registration for gasoline rationing ages of eighteen and twenty were poration will observe a complete, Scouts In Felda

I. coupon books which will take place registered, Tuesday in Hendry) holiday both for office personnel Belief that Hendry County would

next Thursday, Friday and Saturday County of which number 103 were and field, crews: All stores will lead all other counties in Floridain
I and motorist in the registered in the Clewiston officeof A crowd of Scout officials and
every: the drug throughthe the amount .of scrap rubber
close, even stores\
I I Clewiston area: _will receive a coupon the selective service board. !,! greater part of the day and Scouts numbering 50 attended the salvaged per capita during the two

book at that time or will make out The number was considerably at least part of, the gasoline 'service regular monthly? district meeting of I week drive ending July 1 was expressed -

i an application blank for additional larger than had been, anticipatedby stations will observe the holi- the Glades-Hendry District 'of the in a telegram from C. C.

" gasoline needs which will be acted local board members for tlrts day by closing. Boy Scouts Tuesday 'night at the Codrington, state salvage director

... upon by the local rationing board end of the county and Mrs I. S. The Sugarland Park bowling troop house at Felda. yesterday ,to R. Y. Patterson, chairman -
before the new rationing plan goes Bell, Jr., and Mrs. Ned Hager, alleys will remain open for the con- The Board of Review and Courtof of 'the Hendry County Defense
into 'effect on July 23. clerks in the draft office who Honor were held first at which
car- venience of those who wish to spend Council under whose direction the

i I'' Bob Beardsley, appointed site ried on the registration unassisted, part of their holiday bowling. The time a number of Scouts received drive was made.
advancements and merit badges on
e administrator to take the place of were virtually swamped at times selective service office will be open Mr. Codrington's' telegram was in
i achievements. After the
Dan Padgett who ,will be away next by registrants., until noon. cere-I response to the report sent by wire
monies Scouts cooked meats, and
week, announces the following The boys took the registration as No local celebration is plannedbut by Mn Patterson to the state head-
with the addition of home-made'
registrars and the hours each will a great lark and none appeared to those who still have tires anda quarters. In it he said that indications -

work and asks that if these hours be worried by possibility of immin- sufficient unused ration, of gaso- pickles, bread and coffee, supperwas 'I were that the average

are not satisfactory with anyone ent military service., line will probably join celebrantsin enjoyed. would be better than eighteen

of these that they will communi- The draft office stated that manyof other communities. Those not Scoutmasters attending were 1 I pounds per person, six times the
Jimmie Wilson of Clewiston the
cate with 'him at once. the registrants were new residents so fortunate will probably spend the I amount figured in the quotas and
Rev. John Moore of Moore Haven,
I ti Serving from eleven o'clock until of Clewiston, ,some of them day at home or catching up with A. I asked for a break down of the
local Frank Taylor of LaBelle and H.
three o'clock each ,day will be ''Mrs. working on construction their fishing in nearby lake waters. G. amount as soon as, possible.
I Atchley of Felda. Committeemen -
(; C. H. Berner Mrs. Charles Pirkle projects and many serving as line-'I
I I in other present were the Rev. A. M. This breakdown, prepared by Mr.
and jobs at RiddleField.
: Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford Mrs. R. C. men
: Patterson, shows that the county
Glisson Judge R. M. Harris andR.
Most of those
Wilson, Mrs. Jack Baker, Mrs. -C. registeredwere POST OFFICE quota of 15,711 pounds was pushed -
LOCAL N. Miller of LaBelle.
the list
'white and has
E. Bjornson, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs.A. not yet II Scouts who received promotionsare into the background and for-
been broken down to how
C. Carlton Mrs. E. W. Durst
: gotten and the total after all reports
Mrs. V. C. Woodward. Those serving many were colored and how many GETS HIGHER RATING I came in showed that 100,201
white.A Second Class-Randall Chastain,I
from three o'clock until seven pounds were collected by agenciesin
meeting of the selective serv- Clewiston; Clyde Helms, LaBelle;
o'clock the three will
during days the
ice board will be held in the 'near I Fred Lee Taylor and William Allen county.,
be: Mrs. W. H. Lanier .Mrs. W. AS 2ND-CLASS OFFICEThe
Although the Clewiston 'area
C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. future to assign'order numbers to Thomas, Felda
Clarence Benbow, Mrs. Krueger, these registrants' according to the First-Class.-Albert Stevens, Sammie gathered up 26,799 pounds to almost -
Young Clewiston. double the quota this effort
age shown by their registrationcards. ,
Mrs. W. F. Wenzloff, Mrs. S. L.
Clewiston post-office cele-
The oldest of the will I was made to appear almost insig-
Crochet, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. group Personal Health-Raburn Dubose,
draw Number 497, the next oldest brated its third anniversary as a nificant by the returns from La-
. Joe Schroeder and Mrs. Joe Rob- George Skinner, Moore Haven.
' "bins. C. E. Miner will be in chargeof 498 and so on through 'the entire second-class office by beginning' the I Pioneering-Joseph Dougherty, Belle, a total of .73,402 pounds. Of
this amount Standard Oil
the information desk which list. new fiscal year in a new and higher Continued on Page 8),
34,432 pounds LaBelle Motors,
will ,give instructions to motorists 'I
rating occasioned by another spec-
8,100 pounds and Cities Service
who wish to fill out applications Tire Certificates
tacular increase_ in postal receiptsfor Soldier Gives Thanks 30,872 pounds. The Gulf Oil Cor-
for coupon books not issued by the '
poration here accounted for 13,699
the which closed Tuesday.
Tegistran. For Month of JuneThe There are six ratings in second- For First Aid CourseThe pounds and the Standard Oil

"<:' The new rationing system works I class offices and the local office has Company 13,100 pounds.
1"1', similarly to the ration-
1 very sugar already passed two. and is enteringthe I owi'r Despite this excellent showing
,, Clewiston board
ine, f e nt ; ",1V \lJ.1 itQ" rationing fOI was received
Rys? rprovenwerpsatisfactory
: ; : '
'-- + .t ,, .
third. -.r> "made in x. and show-
in forcing' complianceand I office this Vek submitted the ,following '- _, -_ r recently: by' R/YTTafterson: this," 'The --*--* the
has ironed out of the list of tire and tube certifi- Postmaster A. W. Sias reports ing made by ; state, ,of Florida: ,

difficulties involved in'many the first cates which have been issued by the this week that during' the period chairman of the Clewiston Chapterof the results are said, to have been

until the American Red Cross from disappointing from the country as
gasoline rationing program which board during June: from January lathis year the ,

has not been adhered to in all, cases, W. C. Hooker, passenger tire and end of the fiscal year, June 30, the Pvt. John A.' Perry of Kessler a whole and the time 'has been extended -

', either by motorists or service sta- tube, deputy sheriff and guard I postoffice receipts composed of Field iit which he expresses appreciation ten days for the drive. Rubber
> !
I, tions.' cancellations on which the ratingis for the first aid certifi- may still be sold at a cent a

.1,I duty.M.. O. Gallagher, passenger tube, based were 27 per cent higher cate recently mailed to him show- pound at service stations until July

a tractor mechanic.J. than for the corresponding periodin ing that he had completed the Red I 10th.

Martinez Speaker At I B. Hawkins, passenger tube, '1941. The actual figures 'were Cross First Aid course. Before his;

dragline operator on. government $8: 4.40 for this year against $6- induction Pvt. Perry was em Negro Workman Is
Kiwanis Meeting project. 45'7 \ for 1941. ployed in the offices of the Clew-I

i, AngelineSmith, two passenger There are 435 boxes in the l local -I iston Realty and Development Corporation Shot And Killed

tubes, taxi service. office and all are rented at this :

C. A. Martinez gave a most interesting Hendry County Motors, two pas- time. Postmaster ,Sias has appealed June 19, 1942. At Shawnee FarmsManuel
account, at the Kiwanis
meeting Wednesday night of his senger tubes road service truck. for more boxes but they cannotbe Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,
Louis J. Pape truck tire and obtained at present. There are Chairman, Clewiston Chapter,
recent trip to Cuba and of
conditions -
tube, maintenance and repair work 300 boxes served on the rural routes American Red Cross, Adams Armstrong, a

,Mr. :Martinez brought on was there born by in the Cuba war. for Clewiston Realty and Development out of the local office. Clewiston, Fla. colored laborer at Shawnee Farms,

but is a naturalized American citi- Corporation. The post-office has sold $46,200 Dear Mrs. Patterson: was shot and killed in the farm
W. w., Perry, two truck tires and worth of bonds since Decem- 'I commissary last Thursday night by
zen. He told of friends there with
I A few days ago I received a cer-
two tubes and
freight express haul- the farm
ber 7th.Cadet. Paul Heit, a: foreman on
whom he talked or rather to'whom. tificate as proof of having completed -
disclosed that
and investigation
he listened so far as possible and I the primary ,course of first
Riddle-McKay Aero College, four Heft 'acted in self-defense.
soon became certain that the At Riddle, aid training. The receipt of the I
truck tires and tubes transportingcadets According to evidence presentedto
islanders are behind Uncle Sam a certificate was a pleasant surprise
to and from flight line. the coroner's jury, empannel-
hundred per cent in the war eft Field Succumbs To indeed and I feel that it is certainly -;
ed by Justice of the Peace W. B.
fort. Thousands of men he said Intercounty Telephone 'and Tele- not a waste of time to take a

are equipped and trained to fight, graph Co., truck tire and tube, Spinal MeningitisL. little time out to express my sincere Harris, Armstrong was in line with
other laborers seeking a cash draw-
and will respond quickly if Uncle department. appreciation.
I which is permitted on weeks
Sam calls on them for help. He Emory B. Osborne, three truck I enjoyed every minute of the between paydays., When he was

also said that the entire sugar cropof tires, hauling rock on airport,, job.J. A. C. Win. Meekin, almost course, enjoyed being with the boys told by Heit that he had no mon-

the past. season is still on the island G. Herring, farmer,. four truck twenty-one, of Lancaster, England, who were in the class with me, and coming he 'began to curse the
because of transportation difficulties I member of Flight 9 at Riddle .. ey
I a
tires.H. I can truthfully say, that as an instructor foreman and to complain becausehe
, but that plans are now go- J. Mathis, farmer, one truck' Field, died in Jackson Memorial Mr. Nall (W. F. Nail) is was not permitted any money.
ing ahead for more effective meansof Hospital in Miami early Sunday
tube.F. as competent as they come. ; The negro was known as pretty
moving this vast stock of sugar. L. Williamson, farmer, three' morning of spinal meningitis a few I have learned, both in the first aid much of a trouble-maker and was
Secretary A, W. Lawrence gave hours after he had been taken from I
... retread passenger tires. I classes and as a member of the ordered by Heit to step out of line
his of Mr.semi-annual Martinez' report talk at the close J. B. Hawkins, dragline operator, I the local field to Miami. Clewiston Volunteer Fire Department until the other, laborers had drawn

which 'showed I one retread tire. I, This flight arrived from Canada I will work. to ny advantageas I I their money and then he would be
that the club Is in
,cial condition the best inan-I R. JG. George, one retread tire, only eight days before his deathso a member of the American Air taken care of. He refused to leave
at this
time diesel engine operator, drainage I it is certain that he contractedthe Force and in civil life when the the line and Heit picked up a

history. There was a good district.H. disease during the six, weeks war is finally "won.Thanks stick'near him on the counter and

I ance at the meeting.! attend-I J, Mathis, farmer, two re- j the class spent in Canada before very much, started toward him. The negro ran

,I treads.U. coming here. He reported sick on Sincerely, for the door with Heit in pursuitand

Red Cross Roll Call I Ii .,. S. Geological Survey, two truck Friday and it was only late Satur- PVT. JOHN A. PERRY. as he went through the door

i retreads.C. day that his condition took an picked up a heavy hoe which had

Called Off This Year F. Wheeler Construction: Co., alarming turn and it was decided to been left 'standing in the corner

i: four truck retreads. rush him to Miami in the early i Meeting Called To and turned on his pursuer. Heft

Thos., E. Burgner, molasses dis- morning hours Sunday. I ordered him to drop the hoe but

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairmanof tributor, three truck retreads. Every precaution was taken at Discuss Scout Camp: he continued to approach with the

the Clewiston Red Cross Chapter Hendry County Motors, two ob- the field to insure against a hoe drawn back to strike. Heit

has been notified by national head- selete tires for service car.' spread of the disease.' The seven then reached Inside his shirt and

quarters that the regular fall roll cadets in his room were isolatedand A meeting was held last night in drew his revolver and fired twicein

call will not, be held this year and War Bonds Sold Now tests taken of every memberof the Community Center to discuss an attempt to knock the hoe
a' Boy
the 'of
instead an all-purpose Red Cross the flight. There have been no possibility from his hands. Both shots went

fund raising drive will be put on Total $95,000.00A positive reactions to these tests and Scout camp in Glades County for I through the hoe handle, one Close
district of the
next spring. his roommates are to be released the Glades-Hendry I (Continued ,on Page 8)
The annual roll call Sunny Land Council and providing)
ordinarily from isolation today, it was stated
starts on Armistice Day and closeson report from the various agen- yesterday by Squadron Leader for a camporee to be held a little I LOCAL TEACHER RESIGNS

Thanksgiving.The cies selling war bonds in Clewiston George Burdick who felt that there later this month.

tentative date set for the shows that since December 7 a was no danger of another, case developing A committee composed of commit-I Miss Evelyn Burhans, third grade

-' fund drive is March and the drive total of $95,025.00 worth of bonds, teemen from each of the towns in teacher in the school year last

will be called the 1943 Red Cross maturity value, have been purchased Funeral services were held yester- ,the district recently investigated term, returned her contract to

War Fund and Roll Call. her&I day in Arcadia with his entire camp sites and settled on a site on I County Superintendent C. E. Weaver -

The new plan will be simple and The post-office ,leads in sales flight attending the services with Fisheating Creek west of Palmdale unsigned and included a note

effective both for Red Cross workers with $46,200.00.: The First Bankof Squadron Leader Burdick and near the old burned bridge. stating that she would not teach

and for all who contribute to Clewiston is' next with $45,625.00 Flight Lieutenant Nickerson. Difficulties involved in establishing longer at the salary she receivedlast

this worthy cause.R. and the Clewiston Federal Savingsand such a camp will be in securing year.

Loan Association, which has suitable drinking water and the serv- This creates one vacancy in the

N. Miller of LaBelle. Mr. Wil- been, handling bonds only since February Don't waste anything, for that ices of a swimming instructor who local school faculty and there 'maybe

son brought his assistant scoutmaster has a total of $3,200 worth. means wasted money. Wasted possesses a Red Cross life-saving others. Other vacancies already

with him. Hendry County's war bond quota money is wasted lives in wartime. certificate. exist in other county schools.kH .


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CHAPTER XVI "Why?" Paul asked flatly. stick around and watch the fire- like, them -" ,

The bartender broke into Span- works." I Feel .so cultured

Paul looked from Joan to Thomas. ish. There was a torrent of words Joan retired early but she lay Washington, D. C. thou h

"Now listen, both of you. This may and gestures. awake in the huge four-poster bed DRAFT PICTUREIf
be something of a shock but Karl "What does he, say?" Joan asked. wondering' about the man she had the draft l ft1CC"t4
you are registered on
was not dead. He had a nasty wound "It seems there was a man look- seen. Who was he? Why couldn'tshe rolls, here is the general picture of
but he's probably still very much ing for you here. An American. He place him? The roar of the under the selective
your prospects
alive." gave him ten pesos to get some in- sea and sweet night air filled the service amendments just passed by
Thomas looked terror-stricken formation about you. He doesn'tknow room. Moonbeams flitted across the
stone floor like shimmering mist. congress:
"Then he'll find us." what his name was though.
If 45
20 and
you are between un-
She looked uneasily towards the old-
"We were allowed to escape from "Karl? married with no dependents, your.
fashioned door. She had locked and
that for a We will "Not a chance. Karl wouldn't be
ship purpose. status is unchanged.
bolted it the wind.
but it rattled in
all the to shore.
doubtless be picked up by other apt to row way If you are married and now classi-
members of the ring as soon as we And the ship isn't in sight. I've She was almost asleep when a fied as 1-A, your draft board will WNU Service.
sound disturbed her. Someone was
land. We're off the coast of Mexiconow. been watching to see. be directed to shift you to 3-A. That
door. She sat
About Mazatlan, if my calcu- "But who in the world could it tapping gently at her
up in bed. "Who's there?" she de means chances are strong you
lations are correct. have been? manded.No will not be"called for at least another -

And less than an hour later they The bartender, feet on the bar, one' replied. She drew on the 8 to 12 months, depending on, CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

were picked up by a fishing boat and had returned to his siesta. x colorful Mexican robe and slippersshe the trend of the war and on what is

landed at a Mazatlan hotel. "What a country!I" Thomas mut- had bought and tiptoed to ,the done about lowering the draft age
to be old and tered. "If someone wanted Joan, .
The hotel proved door. "Who's there?" she repeated. to 18.
with beautiful tiled why didn't they telephone the hotel If but have
magnificent, Thomas' voice came to her. "It's you are unmarried, RAZOR BLADES
floors and high-beamed ceilings and ? We're all registered under our I me, miss. I've something to tell dependents and are classed 3-A, you
instead of stairways. It own names." will be 1-A and headedfor
ramps appeared you." moved up to Slnelo or Doubl.Eel..
practically deserted except Paul laughed. "This is what is Quickly she unbolted the door and induction' by fall. The new allowance KENT BLADES The Blade Outstanding

for the yawning clerk who assigned known as the subtle approach." snapped on the light. "What's the and allotment act, under Value

them to rooms. "Paul! Be serious!" Joan insisted. trouble?" she asked, annoyed. "Why which soldiers with dependents put

Joan was surprised that Paul "Okay," Paul said, leaning forward don't you tell Mr. O'Malley what- up $22 a month and the government From Many Fields "

spoke Spanish. "Is there anythingyou and surveying her with his ever it is?" $28, is the basis for this change.As .

can't do?". she asked. kind brown eyes. "It's probably one "I can't," Thomas whispered, selective service officials Many members of the New York

"I specialized in languages in college of Karl's men. They want to get looking over .his shoulder. "I've figure it, by offsetting these two Stock exchange have unusual occupational -

and it,comes in handy with my found a way to get out of here." switches against one another, backgrounds, says Col

job. I never know where, I'll'be- Joan eyed him coldly. "Have you the 4,500,000 army which the lier's. For example, the roster today -

next." been drinking?" war department wants to raise includes a former undertaker,

Joan felt better after a hot bath. "Only a few," Thomas insisted. by January, can be obtained jockey, explorer, magician, prize

Joan enjoyed her first,taste of pa- "Listen, Miss Leland, I met a man from 1-As in the 20 to 45 age fighter, army general, baseball f

paya and the oversized cups of cof- tonight who will take us back to the groups. After that, if the army player, vaudeville dancer, and a

fee served with hot milk, and huge States. He's an American and he's still needs men, selective serv- night-club singer. There is also an

lumps of unrefined sugar. "No won- flying back home tomorrow. He has ice either will have to turn to ordained minister, the Reverend

der everyone seems so lazy. Noth- his own plane and when 'I told him married men now deferred, or Chester Apy, .who bought.his seat

ing to do but eat and sleep and we were stranded ." the draft age will ,have to be in 1929 and still preaches every

breathe this heavenly air." "You shouldn't have done that!" lowered to 18, as strongly favored Sunday in the Church of the Sec-

Thomas looked up in disgust. "Maybe not, but I'm scared, Miss by military chiefs. ond Advent in Eatontown, ,N. J.

"Sometimes I think you two are Leland. This guy is okay so I tooka i I That will take congressional action -

nuts. You sit there and wait for chance. He was swell about it.I I and until next November, there

Karl's gang to come after you as Said he'd be glad to help us. I told is.no chance of anything being done

if the whole thing is a joke. I don't d.3 him I thought you'd be willing ,togo i by congress. Even after November St. ]I)

get it. Why don't we get out of here too and he wants to see you.He's I elections there is no certainty con- ASPIRIN J

right now while we still have a I downstairs right now." It gress will be any more eager to WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER
chance?" "Paul will never consent to leave," act. It will depend on what hap- r.Here's

"If you tried it, you'd find: out how Joan said slowly, "and I can't leave I' pens in' the elections and the way

much chance you have." him. I don't blame you, Thomas, the war is going. If it is not going'''

"Where are they then?" Thomas but you know Mr. O'Malley said it I well, congress is likely to be more a Gentler Wayto

demanded. wasn't safe. However, if you wantto willing to follow the demands of the Treat

"Don't impatient. They'll be go, I suppose it's all right." military and include 18yearolds.If Constipation!
"Now look Miss Leland Thomas
with us soon enough. that is done, then married exempts Do you think you have to take
But when Thomas had gone backto begged. "At least go down and will get another breather, harsh cathartics or purges every
his and Joan and Paul talk to this man. He's waiting for time constipation, makes you
I probably into the summer or fall of miserable? You =
you. After all, he's been pretty decent you
walked in the
tropical patioof
1943. It is estimated that 18-19 year- are one of those people'with
the hotel, she said seriously, about this whole thing. If youdon't ers will furnish 1,200,000 new sol normal Intestines who suffer

"Thomas is right,*,Paul. Why don'twe see him, he'll think there'ssomething diers. This would bring the from constipation due to lack
phony about it and he armyto i of "bulk" In the diet.- 1'here: Is a
leave before It's too late?
won't take over 6,000,000 by next July.If pleasanter. and gentlersway.
"This is the end of the trail hon- even me.
All you do Is eat KELLOGG'SALLBRAN
Joan considered for a minute. "All ,by that time still more men are
Even if let regularly and drink
ey. they us get away, '
which they won't what would right, for your sake I'll see him. But needed, then will come the turn of plenty of water. ALL-BRAN Is a
I'm not going to leave. No one married registrants, beginning with crisp, delicious cereal. It works
have gained? Their next move will
quite differently from
the lower many
lead to the heart of'this affair. It's can persuade me. age groups., medicinal laxatives. They work

what I've been waiting for all these "Okay," Thomas said hurriedly. Note: Privately, military experts by prodding the Intestines into
months." "Just back me up on my story. believe that before the war is over action or by drawing moisture
That's all I ask." the U.' S. will have from seven to Into them from other parts of
They strolled through the garden the body. But ALL-BRAN acts r
where every variety of tropical fruit Someone was tapping gently at her He departed and Joan dressed eight million men in the army ,and principally on the contents of e
quickly, thinking how strange it was navy. the colon, helping you to have
and flower was exhibited by nature'slavish door. She sat up in bed. "Who'sthere .
that now that she had a chance to easy and normal elimination.
hand. ? she demanded. ALL-BRAN
is made
by Kellogg'sin
escape she could not take it. It EUROPEAN REVOLT
"It's so beautiful and Battle Creek. If your condi-
so peace- the idea acros's that around was impossible to consider leaving After returning the Drottningholm
ful," Joan whispered. they're ; on tion is not helped by this simple
and this is their way of doing it. Paul. Even so, she could not blame Leland B. Morris, U. S. treatment, see a doctor. /
Paul held her hand tightly.. "Be
They may want to make further Thomas. And if corroborating his charge d'affaires in Berlin, and
dear. Just
patient little while
longer and everything a will be contact with you. I don't know. story would help, she would be George Wadsworth, charge in Rome,

cleared and when we're They're probably picking on you in- glad to do it. After 'all, he had gave the senate foreign relations

ried I promise up, you I'll take a vaca-mar- stead of me as a gentle warning given them all the aid possible on committee some eye-opening slantson DETECTIVIESTRAININGSECRET

tion and there won't be that if anything goes wrong, you'llbe the ship. international conditions in the
a single
the one to pay for it. However, She walked down the stone rampto Axis countries, coupled with a blunt INVESTIGATIONS-FINGER
mystery to solve.
that's looking at it in the worst pos- the dimly lit lobby. A man was warning. The warning: was: PRINTS-Easy Detective-Rewards.Method-Short Time.Home-By For-
I don't mer Gov't
"Darling where
care we sible light." He took her hand. waiting for her, a man who was at "Don't depend on the peoples of Travel-Secret Code-Booklet Free-Write
go just so we aren't being followed '
she added "Don't worry, honey. I'll do all I once familiar to her. It was the Germany and Italy revolting against INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE SYSTEMBox
or, laughing, "following can." same man she had glimpsed in the their masters." 756C,Journal Sq.Station,Jersey City N.J.
someone "Maybe Karl" has some Mexi- car that afternoon from the street.
"Not a single person," Paul prom- cans working for him," Thomas "Mr. Mulford!" she cried in sur- There is only a long-shot chanceof
ised "I'll be sug- an Axis collapse through revolution -.
guarantee to under foot
prise as she realized that it was
every hour. You'll probably be tiredof gested."I the two diplomats reported.The ..c...
in truth her former employer who 4ftRHEUMATISM!
don't think so. Besides this
seeing me around so much." German and Italian people, they
now rose smilingly to greet her. ins ef
man spoke English, and if he had said, are under such severe mili-
"Joan! This is a surprise!1" Ar-
been able to speak Spanish he
certainly rule and surveillance that it
During next three days Joan'sfortitude thur Mulford said. tary ,
began to waver. She un- would have done so, because would be extremely difficult to plan, NEURITIS-LUMBAGO
"It is to me, she admitted."I .
derstood Paul's devotion to duty,.but understand the bartender him.was" barely able to heard you were here. I even much less carry out, revolts at i 6 Sia1.

in her heart she longed to escape, to went so far as to ask the bartenderfor present.

go home, to be married, to give up "So now" we start waiting all over information about you, but I ,Morris, who served in Berlin
? Thomas asked."That's .
'the chase which seemed to grow again didn't connect you with Thomas." about 18 months, also poohpoohedrumors

more dangerous and futile all the. about it. "Possible. Now tell me, what is that the German people are

time. She shivered. "Let's go," she this all about?" not loyal to Hitler."They' .

"I don't know why I'm'sticking urged. They both sat down" in the deep are weary of war," he
Large Bottle(211tds'ht.J'1Small! ] Size 60c|
visited the
around here Thomas They cathedral the
complainedas leather chairs. "I suppose Thomashas said, "but they are still faithfulto IT All GOOD DRUG STORES or IT MAIL II receipt If f priceMcNEIL II,
the three of them sat in the deserted park, and finally took in a movie. explained the situation?" Hitler. Make no mistake DRUG CO.,Inc.

hotel bar watching the shafts' They walked leisurely back to the Thomas was standing on the ve- about that. They, may not con- 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florida
of'sunshine fall hotel. Dinner was never served
through grilled iron until -
randa smoking a cigarette, appar- sider him the idol they once
windows."You're. I nine o'clock.As ently preferring to let Joan do the did,, but they are still behind
staying because you'reafraid they turned on to the long talking. him. Anyone .who thinks other- WNU-7 -42Kidneys

to leave," Paul said, "and avendia which bordered the sea, one "Yes," Mulford said with concern. wise is fooling himself."
you're smart enough to realize it." of the few automobiles they had seen
"He tells in of
me are danger "
Asked German "morale
turned the about Must
stared at him. "This ; corne sharply.
being recaptured by some I
Morris that from the stand-'
place is driving me crazy." He "That man!" Joan cried. "I have must say it sounded a little fan- replied
to the fuehrer "it
looked around the empty bar in dis \the; strangest feeling I know him! tastic." point of loyalty" ,

gust. The bartender dozed. The I[ couldn't see him very well, but "It's the truth Joan said was good. _
grave- Wadsworth said the Italian people For You To Feel Well
warm was heavy and Fm sure of it. "After
ly. discharged I
me wentto
you are kept in such subjugation and fear 24 hours day 7 days
languorous. "Where is every
everybody? "Maybe it's the man who was try- work at a night ,club, the Club by the Germans that it was difficultto week never stopping, the kidneys filter
"Didn't you ever hear of a siesta ing to get in touch with you," Thomas Elite, .owned by a Karl Miller. I waste matter from the blood.If .
of their feel-
true expression of how the
? Paul get a more people were aware
inquired. said. "Maybe it's of Karl'smen
one learned later that he is head of a the morale of the Ital- kidneys must constantly remove surplus -
"I've heard of it," Thomas said, that you used to see around the spy ring in this country. I also met ings, though fluid excess acids and other waste
"But who have ians definitely was not as good as matter that cannot stay In the blood
people Karl
Miller'sgang club in San Francisco. Paul O'Malley, of the FBI, who is that of the Germans. without Injury to health, there wouldbe
after them aren't apt to waste "That could easily be possible," trying to get evidence against Karl. better understanding of why the
time taking siestas. Paul said. "Do you think there is any pos- whole system Is upset when kidneys failto
"And why don't you leave Mazat- function properly.
"Nothing doing. I'm sorry you "But ,I don't connect" him with lan?" Mulford inquired. sibility of a revolt in Italy in the Burning,scanty or too frequent urination -
two have to stay but it isn't safe next ?" he was asked."I sometimes warns that something
for the club
at Joan said year
anyone backache
puz- "Paul, that is, Mr. O'Malley, is la wrong. You may Buffer nagging -
you to leave alone. Believe me, it zled. "It gives me the queerest still trying to run down the rest of do not," Wadsworth. replied. headaches dizziness, rheumatic
wouldn't work." pains, getting up at nights!
feeling. the gang. And he believes they are Why not try Doan't Pills You will
Thomas sighed. "Okay, if you say I She was still worrying about it keeping tabs on us. He is deter- WAR NOTES be using a medicine recommended the
so Bartender!" he Here is good news for U. S. country over.Doan'i stimulate the function
yelled, after dinner when Thomas an- mined not to give. up." 4L: more of the kidneys and help them to
"bring me another bottle of beer. nounced that he was going to "do "Thomas seems quite willing to cotton growers: Camouflage requirements flush out poisonous waste from the
blood. contain nothing harmful.
The bartender shook the They
in far-flung
his head war
the town. leave." Get Doan't today. Use with confidence.
muttered "Si, senor," and hurried, "Watch your step," Paul advised. "Yes. He worked for Karl in return areas are making heavy inroads in I At all drug stores.DOANS. .

over with the beer. But at the "Don't get absent-minded and try for Karl's promise to save his the huge cotton surplus. Vast

sight of Joan he paused. to escape" wife from a Nazi concentration quantities of cotton cloth are being PILLS

"You" are Miss Joan Leland? "Don't worry about it, Mr. O'Mal- camp," Joan said bitterly. bought by the army for camouflage

Yes? ley! You've got me buffaloed. I'll TO BE CONTINUED purposes. I

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IMPROVED Gems of Thought .


SUNDAY LessonBy just frame of mind, and ,a
good tone of breeding. It is a ,
quality that belongs equally to
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago the honest man",and to the gen-
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) tleman.-J. Fenimore Cooper.The .

streets are full of human toys,
PETER Lesson for July 5 Wound up for threescore years;
-1' qgaiD DOIy1V / Their springs. are hungers, hopes and
'I'B. joys,
.c. % Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
lected and copyrighted by International And jealousies and fears.
1 PEEVES.T \V' Council permission.of Religious Education; used by ,-Robert Louis Stevenson.
What maintains one vice
i..! GOD THE CREATOR would bring up two children.
I i.I
I II I Franklin.It .
I "- ri / LESSON TEXT-Genesis 1:1.5, 24.31; 2:1. may make a difference to
GOLDEN TEXT-In the beginning God
r created the heaven and the earth.-Genesis all eternity whether we do rightor
:' 1:1. wrong today-James F.
1 1i Clarke.
i What is to become of this world?
,! I' That is the question on the mind
and lips of everyone as they see all

I! mankind engaged in a struggle'which
I bids fair to wipe out every-

I thing called civilization.In .
such a time it is good to remind
t I IwNU Serviee) ourselves that man did not make
this world, nor is it the productof
natural forces. God made it. When bed sheets become worn,
II God, who is eternal, infinite, pillowcases may be made from
II i I III knowing all from the Beginning, is the best portions. Seams may be
not moved by the impulses of the sewed, at the sides, if necessary.'
II' Z' ( .3 moment nor staggered by the catas- CIf
i trophes of a day. He made the the sewing machine needle
iI I kt A' world. He made man. He had a will not penetrate heavy canvas,
plan for them, and still has a plan try ,rubbing the canvas where it
' 4H J which in due, season He will work is to be sewn with a piece of soap.
I' out for His own glory.I. *

God Made the Heavens and Maple toast is delicious with hot
I :, Earth (vv. 1-5, 24-25). or cold tea. Mix shaved maple
The plain biblical account of creation sugar with a little cinnamon and
II I H -"In the beginning God"- melted butter and spread on hot
I iLi stands as a dignified, satisfactory, toast. Reheat and serve.
I e intelligent explanation of the originof *
things, and in bold contrast to Before working in the garden,
the confusing and almost unbeliev- put soap under and around your
able theories of men. finger nails. You will find them
The best of scientists admit that much easier to clean.
they know nothing of the origin of *

things, and some even confess that To remove finger marks arounda
they never will know. The answerto doorway, use a cloth dipped in
j the query with which every hu- kerosene and then wipe with a
man philosophy opens is the affirmation I cloth wrung out of hot water.
with which the divine account *

4F VA.HAHA in Genesis opens- -"In the be- If strawberry jam should sugar,
ginning God." mix it with two parts of cooked
S NEVERTOUCHED I ti Space forbids full discussion of the rhubarb to the one of jam, cook
ME. t l account of creation, but a study of together for a few minutes and
it will reveal its beautiful order, you will have an excellent pie fill.
symmetry, and completeness. Science er, cobbler filler or sauce.
F 'M. 1o i when it gets beyond theories,
I to facts, finds them confirmed by
Scripture. Please do not reverse
i I-A that and speak of science confirming
Scripture. If my watch does not

, 41 .: 31, agree with the time of the stars' it
" "ya. is the watch that must be'reset.
J II. God Made Man in His Own

Image (vv. 26-30).
'Tr JJ Although man, under the controlof p oocalpzakIO

Satan, does not give much groundfor ) ,-
the observation, it is neverthe- / B1G/
J less true that he was made in the 000L DRINKS.A .
r E likeness and image of God. Because

that, is true, we never give up hope
for him. That image, no matter
R WHO DUHHIT\ ? NO FAIR, how deeply defaced by sin, still may D r iSi= T Soothe rash,and and help cool prevent away heat it-
; ra'3 a
t' WHO DUt NIT r
MILEUb be touched by redeeming grace THE dustallovcrwithlIexicanHeat
!f ? pOrE restored to fellowship with God. Ii E A 1 Powder-use after
NOW bath. Costa little.
SEVERE The likeness and image of God in your
I 5' FUT l man undoubtedly refers to a moral
/ P IHAHICE.WAV r and spiritual likeness. Man is a
QC ; 1) AHAII'vafd living soul with intelligence, feel
r : GOT i A ing, and will power. He is a moral e

.0I'p being, knowing the difference be-.
Y tween right and wrong. He is a; Put your ideas into writing and Cash!

i I ( S. self-conscious, personal being. WRITE TODAY FOR FREE DETAILS
= Observe that the' family was established -
7c BRET CIPES, 240-U Fifth AV&, N.Y.
as the center of man'slife
on earth, as God gave him a
"help meet unto him." Woman was
C. M. a taken "not out of man's head that
Payne she should rule over him; nor out {iA DAY PAYS ALL

t yWNU of his feet to be trampled upon; M
but out of his side to be equal with svn
him, under his arm to be pro-
tected by him, and near his heartto Hospital ((7/ + =
-- be loved by him" (Matthew Hen Doctor f // i'; J 7

ry). _Lost Wages l' Oo'TOtQIL"!
HE SAID I WAS DO YOU KNOW The decay of family life and the _SicknessExpenses I t HosptvA, I\L_(
P INCLINED WWAT THAT substitution of social or civic unitsas
TO BEBELLICOSE MEANS the basis of life have led to disastrous .. ...... S\c.\{t4fSS'And '
results. Not only do we ":-:" $=. :t::;:. 0\\.Lw :
"""" '"
NO! need a revival of religion, we also In -addition;v.-/- '
need a revival of the home life o'

0 the nation. IT PROVIDES $2,000
UI. God's Creation Was Complete

and Good (1:31; 2:1). Accident Insurance
I i i God in creation they all too often TOTAL BENEFITS UP TO$3,600.00
j% }rG
N seem to feel that what He made Hospital expenses fo....Mess; op to $540
1, P was very limited and defective. It Hospital expenses for injuries; up to $525
1I Benefits for loss of work time; op to $300
I would almost seem that God oughtto Accidental loss of life;up to.$2,000
be grateful that man has beenso Many Other Btntfilt
clever about perfecting His work, WAR RISKS INCLUDED
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developing it and making useful.
I I, ,''I I -.- ------ --- As a matter of fact, God who had : National JLlob s :
I all knowledge and whose standardsare I Baltimore,Md. /-12-26 II
Without obligation or COlt: 1
higher than man's standards
be looked 'over His : Send to............................................ 1
BUT I SOCKED HIM could possibly : AddressCity ................ ..... ..... ..... .
i i ON) THE NOSE 1 creation and "behold, it was very I .....................:......state......:....... .:
I JUST TO BE good" (v. 31). It was a "finished"job Your Hoepitalirotion.Health and Accident Plan.
I ; ., ...1I
ON THE (2:1). _
'? Man has destroyed much of its
; x- / beauty. Sin came in' and marredthe
SIDE whole creation. What man's in-
I ventive cleverness has developedof I RAIN I
II I d y rf;.. the possibilities of this world is
ByJ. only a minute fraction of what is
yet available. Instead of boasting, -that will save you many a
Millar Watt man might well be ashamed of the dollar will escape you, if
pathetic slowness with which he has you fail to read carefully and
II I "thought God's thoughts after Him." regularly the advertising of
{ I Instead of fighting and destroying local merchants >> >> >>
i .J> he ought to give his energies to
building, developing,. and above all,
JWNUIJ (Releeeed b) Th. BetTBynicae, Inc.) to loving God with all his heart and IN THIS PAPER I IHr
IJ _._ I
i ; his neighbor as himself.




The Clewiston News : :-:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:-:-:-:..:.:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:-: :-:..:.. on persecutors.his arms He and will there have will an be eagle an I they their will supplies suffer will great be cut loss.off They and I was Long ever before heard,the a ,term German"Fascism poet..

eagle also on the arms of his con- will retreat toward their own Jew by birth, gave the following,

Fubl hed every 'Friday in Clewlston, federate another monarch.In country. They will be followed and prophecy in, the year 1842: -"
Florida, by the .LEWISTON NEWSKEATLILEY With order to conquer Antichrist; few will reach their goal. Then "When revolution beginsto
Tnc. it will be necessary to kill more all that they have taken will be
sweep earth, we shall the
men than Rome has 'ever contained. restored and much more in ad-
emergence of the most ,
It will take the combined efforts of dition." appalling
nO'DEdltor r1 Jpl Our (Continued on page 5)
Boysin all his antagonists, because France,
England and Russia will not be able
Entered as second class mail matter to' make an end of Germany without ,
at the Pest Office lrClewlston. I
February I
Florida under the Act ol theService the aid of the prayers of all
3, 1897Subscription the human
(March race.
s2. N, iyyy
t r ,His armies will include millions. em

Rate $:.OO Per Year. There will be Christians among his
w& cohorts, and there will be Moham-
On Application.
Adrcrtlnlng Untes ., medans and heathens among his
antagonists. There will not be in I

Devoted to the advancement and welfare ,.:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-: the whole ,world a single spot that i
of Clewlston and Hen ry County. is not red. Heaven and earth,I

Wedding bells have been ring- water and air, will be red, for blood I
will flow In the four elements at.
ing in and near Army camps a
great and furious rate, and during once. I
MEMBER.f0RIaAPRESSASSOCIATIOA'. Germany will find itself forcedto
< week word has reached us
\ \ relinquish its hold upon France I
NATIONAL 1 ASSOCIATION v) of two Clewiston men for whom the
in order Russia !
IQ-U V bells m'eant a bride. to fight whereupon GRAPH y 1r
France will pursue the Antichristinto 71II
and Miss Lois Alexander -
Jim Congdon % his own land. /!
Fort Myers, were mar-
A glorious Fourth of July to all!! of The battles fought up to that
the Old Mission in Santa
ried in
time will be as nothing comparedto
A twenty-seven per cent increasein Barbara, where Jim is stationedwith those which will take place in
at the local office the Army med al corps. He :
postal receipts Reich for
the Third
country of the ,
in the ,first six months of this and Lois have been romancing for the seven angels will simultaneously : % Keep prepared to meet rising prices
time-they best man
The most convincing evidenceof some.
year. their
pour ,out the fire'of censors
a community's growth. Livonia maid of Congdon honor and when Lefty his Holstinewere sister, upon the impious land. and taxes by adding regularly to

Hendry County' can ,well be proudof married here a few summersago. The beast will lose his authorityand '....-.-- .-.
the' record made in 'the rubber They decided to postpone die in solitude and- madness.His your Savings Rcco ''1there... with
salvage program. But we cannot marriage no longer. He left his empire will be divided into ,

rest on our laurels. There may be car here with Lois when he started states." liberal earnings r. : .. _.ad safety.
more scraps' and we ,must not rest trekking around with Uncle Sam's The foregoing prophecy is remarkable -
until all of it is turned in. boys. A few weeks ago she and in that it so clearly pic-

Jim's mother drove it to California. tures the present, conflict and actually -
Since the recent two and a half The wedding was planned for refers. to the "Third Reich" BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE Ii'
cent raise in the price of gasolinethe the historic Old Mission, and fate I although written over 300 years

Fort Myers News-Press is of was kind to them, for when the ago. F i .. ,. ,
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the opinion that service station wedding date and Lois arrived, Jim In the year 1859 the following fI
operators will ask to 'look at pocket- was still stationed there. His cap- prophecy was given by the. Cure
books before they look at ration tain was best man-the entire d'Ars, Father Viauney in France:

cards. detachment attended the ceremonyand "There will be a great war.
the reception afterward. Best France will stand and drive her
of luck to. you both, 'way out therein enemy back. A second war will
,'i":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":..: California, but don't forget the follow a certain lapse of time. The t O x Y j\ 0

way back to. Florida when the time enemy will return and destroy as

comes. they come. Effective resistancewill
RAMBLINGS not be made. They will be I

By B. B. More of a surprise is the news : allowed to advance and after that
of Bob Logan'sedding; on June .
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':":":"":":":":,,:-:-:,':-:-:":-:-:..:-:-:..-:-:..:.-:..:. 16th at Gunther Field, Alabama.
11 wAM..r
Bob's bride i> the former Frances
Well, it's a banner month for Callendar, of' Indianapolis, with r
magazines Star Spangled Ban- whom he attended high school. Sheis
ner month, in fact. Never has the now graduate- nurse in Indi- Has A Stop Been Put To

American flag been so predominanton anapolis. Bob was promoted to ?

magazine covers. Our living Corporal the first of June. He

room-table this month will inspire couldn't get leave to go to Indiana, Building and Remodeling
patriotism at a glance. Time, For- so his bride went to Montgomeryand .
tune, Reader's Digest, the Amer- remained for a few weeks. She
ican Home, the Ladies Home plans to return to Indiana and her
Journal the Legion Magazine, and profession and hopes by fall to join ,:'f.' ..' '}!
even the sedate National Geographic, Bob. ".J. ,_. .2 ." -"" ':j.
which never before in my memory <<" "' ,/ N 0 ;; ,,,, y"i' : f.q \
.d ... ,.
has deviated from its stock pat- Lieutenant and Mrs. R. N. Smith ,. :" ;(/:( as ,', ;'',3 ';>../rJ ,t
tern for a cover, waves Old Glory paid Clewiston a surprise and fleeting ii'. ; :; <,1 :,'raY-'. > :,:

proudly before us all. I visit Sunday night, when they \ .' .
Never has the Fourth of .. ,
July were in town with another couplefor ".'... --
meant scr much to us. Never have ., "
an hour or so. Robbie' has recently -
we been so conscious of the thingsfor been promoted from econd :NN:N:NNNNN:NN:.:NN.:N:NN:N:.::NHN:HNNNN:H M:N::NN NN:NNM NNNN.:NN:N: !"

which our flag stands, and ( t
to First Lieutenant and transferredfrom

never have we felt "deeply the Wales Hendricks .... ............ ...... ........ .. ...... .. .............. ........ .'
Lake to \-:-:-: : :-:-:-: : : : : : :-: : : :-: : : : :-:-:-:-:-: :-:-: : : :-:-: :-: : : : : : : ;-: : : : : ,
responsibility that is ours to keep Field, Sebring. The family has a ;
the ideals of America alive for the ;:
house on one of those pretty lakesat :{
entire world. DeSoto City. The Government has not placed a ban'on building. ;

Old Glory is the symbol of all
that is uppermost in our minds and : Clewiston Has Defense Priority. ,
jonn James Wynn and his brother -
hearts today. On ,no other Fourthof
July have our fighting flag and Thaddis W: Wynn (whom we rt Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company Has A Complete Stock of
call Jack), who: were recently of
our fighting
men been spotted at
Fort Benning, Ga., have both been
so many strategic points over the
globe. transferred to Dilworth, N.. C. Everything for Builders. _


In this changing world, Clewis-
ton is going through a' period of .:..:....:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:..:..:-:-:-:..:-:-:-.:..:. There isn't a ban on remodeling and building. In fact the gov-

change greater than at any periodfor ernment is especially encouraging property owners to "RE-
many years. It's a small town
and we've enjoyed a small town's Too Late To ClassifyBy MODEL FOR DEFENSE" to meet the urgent need for additional -

friendly, informal spirit. We can- ''
for defense workers.
RUSSELL 'KAY housing
not change in a few short months
and become metropolitanminded.For J.,
that reason, all these new .:-:N:-:N:-:-:-:N:..:..:-:..:N.rNN:-:-:..:..:NN,. ..N. .N.: CLEWISTON IS FORTUNATE. TWO WAYS 1 1. It is a

families that are moving in town
just as fast, and indeed a little, Many prophecies concerning the "defense area" with special concessions for remodeling and

faster than we can find places for present world conflict have been building. 2. Bishop-Wilson have "Everything for Building."
them to live, continue to worry us. brought to light. Through a friend ,
We like to know our neighbors.We who has made a hobby of collect- Be Smart-Come In-Make Arrangements NOW.BISHOPWILSON'S i.

want to know all these people ing them I recently received copies

just as we, know ,those who've been i of a number that are amazing in
here for years and months. We their portrayal of the present situ- "One-Stop Service" Meets

don't want anyone in Clewiston to ation.In Present Day Needs.
feel that they are strangers. It's the :year 1600 a monk called
up to the older residents to try to Brother John foretold the. comingof t
get acquainted with the new ones. the "Antichrist" predicted in the SAVE Time-Save Money. It's amazing how simple and easyit
If you'll just drop by and introduce Bible. He wrote:
is to have JUST WHAT YOU WANT-and at such a LOW
yourself for a fev' minutes chat, "The real Antichrist will be a

it'll be a friendly gesture that will German monarch, who will invoke monthly cost. We arrange EVERYTHING from start to finish
make someone feel more welcomed. 'I' God and give himself out as his
rid of all bothersome details and you'll have
You don't need to dress up and messenger. This prince of lies' -you get

make ,it an Emily Post affair. I will represent himself as the arm I BETTER HOME. Come in l let's talk it .over-TOMORROW.
And a word to the newcomers. of the Most High, sent to chastise
Try to help the old ,corrupt peoples. For several years
At- *
tend Church and Sunday School, he will act by craft and strategy. Buy War Stamps and Bonds Now

visit the library, see if you 'cannot His spies will overrun the earth and
help the Red Cross out a bit. Re- will reveal to him the secrets of for
spond to the gestures and even the mighty.A Everything Building
make a few yourself. You may war will furnish him an opportunity -

find that your next-door neighbor to throw off the mask. ..:M:N N:N NN:.:N N:N:N N.:N N N.:N:N:N::N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N N N:N:N N N H N:N N:N:N N:N 1.N.1
is new, too, and maybe' more lonely After two weeks the world, will
than you. recognize that the war he originated -

against the French nation. is of ,', H>****.**''Mj..%*%**N T*#%**N%*J*.J***-*N*'M'W* *#*%*%*::N N:N:.:N N:N:M:N:N N:N:N: :N::..:N N N:N:.:M:N N N:N:N:
And a Glorious Fourth of July universal character
Id you all! He will be'recognized by these
tokens: He will massacre the
r' ..: priests, the monks, the women, the lumber Co.
Lot and found columns of Bishop-Wilson
children and the aged. He will
Tokio newspapers mre,crowd- show no but I
: mercy will pass torch
ed these
days. Every time
) in hand, like the barbarians of old.
American buys War Bond
His words will be those of
I the a Christ Phone 88AGE
Japs lose face. Buy your ian but his actions' will resemble Clewiston, Florida
10% every pay day.
those of Nero and of the Roman


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I J. E. Beardsley spent several days I Ceiling Prices Are Everglades for expansion of the participate. At 11 A. M. Dean,
I 'I this week in Tallahassee where be sugar program and to pass 'on locations Walter J. Matherly of the University

attended a meeting of the Trusteesof Now In Effect fpr these mills spent a dayor of Florida School of Busi-
It ., [ Personals ] the I. I. Fund on Monday and two here this week investigating ness Administration will give i\

,transacted other' business.Mr. the possibility of locating one public address at the baseball field, ,
1 1I Maximum price regulations, de- of the two mills available in this I where the gas attack demonstr
and Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery tion will be staged.
signed to curb Inflation, went into area.Mr.
have moved into their home on Rose told County Agent F.
I Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff effect all over the nation on July The defense demonstrations will
: :': were v/eek-end visitors in Palm Pacific Avenue, which was occupied 1 and all those selling commodities D. Yaun that at least two mills be broken with such entertainment
j .. for the few months since its completion would be available for sale
I 1 Beach. listed under these regulationswere and features as a ball game at 3 P. M.. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ben- possibly
by a third could be con-
required to post their ceiling at the ball park and a water
'i/ Miss Edna Norton' has returned son. The Bensons have moved in- prices at the rationing board of- structed from scattered parts. All pageant and beauty contest. at Silver

r/ from a three weeks' visit with a to one -of the new homes near the fice prior to Wednesday of this of the mills would require some Springs at 4 P. M. where life saving

I sister in Punta Gorcla.Mr. school building. week. repair parts but this would not be and first aid will be demon
_' much more than the average: need strated.
As not all and
and. Mrs. Ken' Swayne have MRS. R. J. LEE ENTERTAINS II others yet affected by storekeepers the order have for replacement' parts. in normal Light lunches will be served by''

returned from a two 'weeks'- visit I I WITH BRIDGE PARTY THURSDAY complied with this-regulation and upkeep. the Marion County Canteen Defense -

I in Lake ,:Worth. should do so without delay as it While Mr, Rose had not as yet j Unit.
I Mrs. R. J. Lee entertained with I is not known just how soon the been in other areas of the 'Gladeshe At 8 P. M. a rodeo will be held
Mrs. J. H. Wilson and Mrs. R. bridge at her home last evening. Office of Price Administration will indicated that he was impressed at the football stadium of the

M< Hare, Jr., are spending today in High score prize went to Mrs. Carl start in checking up on compliance. with the possibility of locat- Ocala recreation park.
West Palm Beach. Berner and low to Mrs. A. C. Carl- Maximum prices to be chargedby ing,, one of the' mills near Moore Defense workers from other counties -

ton. I any retailer is the highest price Haven if details can be worked out will find it well worthwhile to
Miss Florine Moore returned Mrs. Lee served pineapple' up- charged for the same article dur-! with government agencies for the witness the various demonstrationsand
Wednesday from' .a trip to Lake- sidedown cake with cream and lime ,ing March of this year. Each store establishment of the mills on a at the same time by entertained -

hurst, New Jersey." ade. Attending were Mrs. Berner, will be goyerned.by'. the highest cooperative basis. by Marion County during the
Mrs. Carlton, Mrs. R. M. Hare Jr., price charged during that month Those growers of the area who holiday period.
Q, Gene ,Goodbread'returned to Camp Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Mrs. B. J.' which prices are not necessarily the have taken the lead in promotingthe

Blanding Thursday after spendinga Schroeder, Mrs. Foy .Durrence and same. Each store is required to new sugar mill impressed upon
furlough at his home here.M. Mrs. C. C. Benson. display the ceiling price on every bar Rose the necessity for acting,,
commodity sold.If as quickly as posible in order that J. T. RUSSELL
E. Von Mach has returned BRIDGE CLUBS crops may be planted and be ready; *
a person thinks he is being Box C47 Belle Glade
from a month's vacation, which he for harvest by the time the millis
charged too much he should talkit
spent visiting: relatives in Detroit. Mrs. P. M. McIntyre won high with the ready to operate. After'plan- Authorized Distributor
over storekeeper as
score, when her bridge club met ning sites for the mills Mr. Roseis Singer Sewing Machine Co.
stores are expected to do their best
Mrs. Frank Howard has returned at her home Wednesday evening. still faced with working out
to obey the regulations. Policing
from a few days visit with her I Mrs. C. E. Miner held second high. details -' ith'the farm' administrations -
should be left to the OPA. Some
sister, Mrs. S. Blown, in Fort Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. E. which will handle the plan- .
foods are affected by the regulations -
:; Myers. C. Mills were guests, in- the absence ning for the enterprise. MooreHaven
___ I and some are not so one
of two club members.Mrs. I Democrat. J. M. COUSE
should be familiar with those ar-
H. T. Vaughn left this week fora McIntyre served a fruit drink
business trip to St. Louis. He during the evening and'at the closeof ticles complaint.affected before'registering a To Celebrate, 4th With Counselor and Attorney at Law

was accompanied by his sons, Sonny play served apple pie a la mode Hopkins Building

and Harry. and iced tea to Mrs. Miner, Mrs. Defense Demonstration Wednesdays and Saturdays
Patterson, ,Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Ruth B. Army Deserter Is
:: Paul Woodward of Buffalo, N. Y., Owens, Mrs. Willard E.' Dilley, Mrs. 9:30 to 4:00

is visiting, his brother, Kenneth Ruth Wilcox, and Mrs. Carl Berner. Caught In Glades OCALA, July 1-(FNS)-Marion .. ...
: Woodward, who is an instructor at County will celebrate the Fourth

i Ri,<1dle-Field., : _, I I' Mrs. W. H.: Lanier entertained' of July this year by staging an all
[ r .__ the Wednesday afternoon bridge Moore Haven Democrat t) day "Defense Demonstration." Johnson's Fish Camp

H. 'J. Sullivan, Atlanta, and C. J. club 'at her home this week. Mrs.R. Joseph 1:. Barber, of Co. F, Various 'defense units will stage
Near Hurricane Gate)
Sullivan, Tampa, spent this week C. Wilson won a linen table- 120th infantry, Fort Jackson, S. demonstrations in fire fighting,' ( .
here with their sister,' Mrs. Wilbur cloth as first prize, and Mrs. F. E. Car., and AWOL since June 16th, combating gas attack, first aid, Boats and Clewiston Motors-Guide, Service
Montgomery, and Mr. Montgomery.Mrs. Conkling kitchen towels as' cut was' apprehended here yesterdayby
canteen and the like.A Reasonable
prize. Constable R. L. Golden at the
A. ,H. King and children, Cake and ice cream were servedby I place where he has been living east monster street parade will- be W. H. Johnson, Mgr. ,

Wayne and Mary Jean, returned I Mrs. Lanier to Mrs. G. B.1 of town and is lodged in the coun- staged at 10 A. M. in which all 1 ,

Saturday from a ten days' stay at Thomas, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Conk- ty jail to await instructions from defense workers in the county will]1

Fort Myers Beach. ling, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Dave I t Fort Jackson.
Alston, Mrs. Carl, Johnson, Mrs. H. Barber lived here a few weeks ;;::N:H NIN:N:M11 N:N.:N:N:..N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:..:..:N:N:.:M:N:N N N:N:N:11:N:N:N:N:N:N N:.::N N N:N:N:N:N.
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mr. R. Hall and Mrs.. Keathley Bowden.!I during a former desertion and went f X

and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mios under the name of Franklin. He .

Lee' Pridgen, Bud Hendertmark ATTEND FAMILY REUNIONMrs. was caught and returned to Fort Because of TheIndependence 1

were Sunday visitors in Lake Jackson where he was held in the

Worth. '* W. R. Broaderick and Har- post stockade until June 16 be-

I old were in Tampa last week-end to ing released at that time pending i
Mrs. J. G. Niblack and son, John- attend a family reunion, the first disposition of the charge of desert- Day

nie, left Wednesday to make their time in many years that the fam- ion lodged against him. .He im-
home in Fort Myers, joining Mr. ily has all been together. Present mediately made his getaway once :;: ::

Niblack who is pharmacist at.V Hunter's were
Drug Store. -'. .. erick of Charleston, S. Car., the investigated by the draft board .. I <-" ...
I 'j.... mother, Mrs.'A. C" Bassett""and Mr. here but showed his identificationcard .

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bussell spent Bassett and their 'son Cliff of and said that his furloughwas \ Have
k :i: Postponed Opening :
several days over the week-end I j I Charleston, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Dan in'' his suitcase which had not

\ at Fort Myers Beach 'with Mrs. Dewitt of Matterboro, S. C., Mr. yet arrived. Although he was released .
Julian Dixon. The party returnedto and Mrs. L. A. Shinlever and Carol,' at the time a letter was sent .!. ;

Clewiston Wednesday. Mr. and 1Irs."Talter' Broaderick, to Fort Jackson;: and at once the Information Art's
r u Mr. and Mrs. Earl Broaderick and came hack that he was

i Mrs. Wilburn I. Lawson and Bobby and Kenneth of Tampa. again AWOL.Constable .

daughter, Barbara, arrived this Golden said that he 1
., week from Miami to join Mr. Law- CLEWISTON COMMUNITY barricaded: himself In his house andit

son. They have taken the George, CHURCH appeared for a time that he

Prevatt house. John N. Montgomery, Minister, meant to fight it out and not sub- Soda Shoppeily

mit to arrest. His wife finally

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez and Sunday: School, 9:45.: persuaded him, however, to give _

sons, Junior, Jack and Oliver, have Church, 11:00: "The Work of himself up.Engineer. h
;' returned from a month's vacation, Our Leader."

j which they spent at their former The Community Church welcomesall

r' home in Cuba. visitors and those who have no Views Sites :\ Until Monday July 6th i

I' church home in Clewiston to take For Proposed Mills ,
I' Mrs. J. A. Knapp of Sanibel Island -, part in its organizations. There are

II I' spent two days here the latter Sunday School classes for all ages. '
-- ---
part of the week. Mrs. Knapp, '
!, New organizations
are being form- E. A. Rose, New Orleans engineer :
I' whose husband is president'of the ed as rapidly as the need is felt and who was retained several' y.;
state hotel association, was guest the interest is manifest
weeks to hunt suitable
ago up sugar
[ of the Clewiston Inn. ;:
Junior C. E. will
meet Wednesday ::-
--- mills in Louisiana which could be
------ afternoon 3:30 :: We invite to visit opening *
us on
at in the purchased and transported to thei you .
\ Mrs. .H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. W7 church. All the young people 9 to i :" (,
t P. Vaughn, Sr., are spending a few 14 are invited to take part. I :';:' day and every day, to make our store -.::.:
t weeks at Palm Beach, where they :
Communion Service and
Reception :: downtown meeting place -enjoy _
have. taken a cottage at the beach. of Members will be held on : your :

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Sunday, July 12, at the regular I THERE IS CONSIDERABLE :: the friendly hospitality which we expect :;::
I will visit them this week-end. service. We invite all who love the ACTIVITY IN

Lord and, those who seek to serve I :: to extend to every patron. :::
Mr. and Mrs. Willard. Dilleyreturned Him to join us in this sacrament. Clewiston .
Sunday night from a, -J- w y
two weeks' visit with relatives in (. j .i. .:.
Too Late To ClassifyContinued Real Estate ,
i Pennsylvania. They are located in x_ / 'r.:.

the home they recently purchased :: Our stock is and complete and ::
from Mr. and Mrs. Deane Bogart. ( from Page 4) :!: new
of all antagonists who ever stood :;: if you fail to find what you want we'll *
G. Willis Tyson, manager of forth to do battle against the, exist- ''
Riddle Field, is spending several I ing order. This antagonist has not :_: get it"for you in double quick time :;_:

days in a Miami hospital for rest yet made its appearance, but will 1 I NOW .s' < .. ..
and treatment of what is under the 'term :s: .
I describ- emerge "Fascism'and : IS THE TIME TO BUY J' { :::
I, ed as a minor illness. Mrs. Tyson will be the most redoubtableadversary .;. :: .7t" ,' : ,,:.
went to Miami yesterday to. be with who has 'ever marched THAT LOT YOU HAVE .y. .s.
him. .j against the existing order.." BEEN THINKING ABOUT .;. : .;.

The Rev. and Mrs. John N'I of In Daniel the ,last written chapter twenty-two of the Book cen CLEWISTON IS NOW A :_: A Glorious Fourth to Everyone- :;I:

: Montgomery are occupying turies will be found startling ''
i'' a DEFENSE AREA ", :. .'i'.
manse recently purchased by word picture of the rise of / ': :

Community Church. The house is I Adolph Hitler to power. :.:.: ..............................................................................................................:.............., :::
on East Osceola'and is one of the BUILDING WILL : :
Because I found these prophecieof
new group recently completed by INCREASE .;. .;-
considerable interest I pass them '
Clewiston Builders. along' to the readers of this col[- 1.y A rt S fIi
umn. Space does not permit the
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt left
I publishing of a number of others,

\ Saturday West. They for a visited trip Mr.through and Mrs.the advise but if me you, I are will,interested give others and in so a L j Ii_ Soda Shoppe ; J'J'I

j .R. W. Watson in Columbia, Miss., later column. CLEWiSTON REALTY ..
and left their sons, Benny, David
and Matthew, there with their aunt I
'I I for a visit. Mr. and Mrs., M. M. Men are dying: for the Four and DEVELOPMENT A. W. LAWRENCE, Mgr,
Prewitt and family have moved out Freedoms. The least we can yi
!' to the Prewitt's farm to stay with ,t do here at home is to buy CORPORATION -
l the twins, John and Jerry, during War Bonds-10% for War i: I. Phone 77 5i ,, i iI.

their'-.-.: parents'.' absence.' '. ,_, I Bonds, ,every_ pay day. .1 i i.i I..X!. ..H..X'-:..:..XKK.'........XK..X :..X.........X..X.................................... ,..;S....-,...............,. .. .'.'.. ................:..

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Spirit of First 4th Will Give I 'Cradle of Liberty' I Summer Vacations-1942 StyleAs

New Note Day ...___ _n
to Independence
t/4 Rationing Clamps Down

K .Fourth of July Celebration to Be J
I. Faced with wartime
Worldwide in Scope This Year and tire rations, vacation-gas

minded America this year
'- fashioning a new vaca-
By CHARLES A. SINGLERReleased .. '-h" tion pattern. Gaieties
''' : popular
by Western Newspaper Union. tM :.:,: ::': '::t' :, :: ,: r i .r, ,,:::: P:1 f' at the turn of the
"You write it," said John Adams to Thomas Jefferson, "for B::,:: "'" ,' y.,!.,; J :, century will be the order
you wield t a pen ten ,times more eloquent than my own." .?'lf:" :', ,".: '>,," :' ; H of the day for many of

And Thomas Jefferson wrote it. ';;P'::'" : <., .4i. Qd who the 60 annually million spend Americans about

That was 166 years ago. But today the Declaration of Inde- Y : ,,f,tL r"w. 9 7 billion dollars on vaca
pendence gleams among the literary jewels of the world through :; ;; ; tion trips. Here are some
the sheer beauty of its phrasing and the human dignity for which f ""'>7"'';z"f of the nation's 1942 vaca-

,it stands. tion 'styles.Left ..

Thomas Jefferson at that time, in the year of.grace, 1776, was ) rar : College girls takeover ,
a young man of 33, known for his clarity of expression and abilityas rd ', fS former- haymaking while "
a writer. How well he wrote all the world now knows.In 0 F F. for Uncle Sam. fight
that hall in Philadelphia'! learn-
ed and courageous men pledged speech and our everyday lives. Liberty E s y ) 4+)
"their lives, their fortunes and their is an essential part of all of aLaF ,
sacred honor" that we might be a us. We draw it in with the very air {: I

free nation. Surely enough, the we breathe.It .. '
gf00FSwoavrea i.iN
sAJaL4Aa.Jw.S w arLY.x.taa.- [ AS.na'ds
men who signed the Declaration of is inconceivable that a country
Independence risked their fortunes, nurtured in these fine traditions Independence Hall, Philadelphia, k
to say nothing of their lives, for could ever accept the yoke of a for- Pa., home of our Liberty Bell.
those indeed were perilous times. eign power, or that the flame of liberty -
King George of England was not should ever burn out on these their liberty to the efforts of Amer-
disposed to treat lightly the matterof shores. Those who in their arro- ica and the other United Nations
disloyalty to the crown. "We gance thought that it might planned engaged in the struggle for world l ..f41r. .
must all hang together," Benjamin badly indeed. freedom.A .
Franklin had said, "or we will all Liberty Bell Rings Again. 'Quiet Fourth' Expected.
hang separately." But he knew when And so the liberty bell has rung Indications now point to the quietest J'E f f ''r yr
,4 Sf AY'
he said it that it joking mat- 5 .
was no
again. Its first reverberations were Fourth in many years. Regula- ):SFs>yy
ter, although millions have had a_ heard from the U.S.S. Augusta, in tions issued last March by the Fed- Y4sk''n !'
good laugh since then at the witti- eral Control act placeda
the North Atlantic, at the time the Explosives
ness of his remark. Atlantic Charter- was written. The ban on the sale of fireworks and
That First Fourth. bell pealed still louder 'when Amer- "torpedoes" of the fireworks varie- !
The Fourth of July, 1776, WqS a. ica entered the war. But this time its ty. The measure was designed to
hot, sunny'day' and in the afternoona reverberations were heard throughout save materials needed for munitionsand
thunderstorm broke. Although the the world, guaranteeing to all at the same time lessen'the dan-
Declaration was adopted on the peoples that freedom which is the ger of fires.However .
fourth, it was not engrossed until divine heritage of all. this ban has been some-

some weeks later. The announce- This Fourth of July will differ, what modified since then to disposeof .......... m....... .. '. n_
ment of the Declaration created a both in celebration and in spirit, stocks on hand. Amended regula- .m restrained enthusiasm, tempered bya from other Fourths of many years tions forbid giant crackers and rock- Shown above is one happy solution to gasoline rations-sightseeing
knowledge of the gravity of the past. Once more America is at ets of the "super-duper" variety but in the tradition of the Mauve decade. Yes, the horse and buggy daysare
step. In this respect it closely resembled war, but this time we fight not alone allow manufacture sale of fire- just around the corner. .
our own Declaration of War for our own liberty but for the liberties crackers not more than five inches ---,. .._.. )
against Japan, and then against the of conquered countries and long, of torpedoes containing less
entire Axis, when a peace loving nation for those nations whose liberties are than five grains of explosives, and
fully in accord with these declarations threatened by the aggressor nations. all other works within specified size
of war, waited tensely for The Changing Times. limitations.

developments.The The fishing trips and the basket During the motoring years that
document was proclaimed to picnics of last Fourth and earlier stretch behind us the Fourth has
the people in the state house yardon Fourths will largely be convertedthis been marked each year with a great
July 8. At the same time the year into trips to training campsh flux of auto travel from city and
liberty bell, was. rung to summon
h +nw.wPThis "m' '' '''' '- -'- '
Within few weeks -""'"
the populace: a S ; cb
after the great bell tolled, King I' '
George's army under General Howe 'S '
was hovering uncomfortably close,
and soon thereafter the long and bit-
ter chapters of the Revolutionarywar
were being written in privation A a4,5,
blood and heroism. Sr'hd'*; :i S. Yr 'if ,+ ;

The first publication of the historical -
document was on July 8, in Dun-
lap's Pennsylvania Packet. Other ,
M f
printed copies appeared in Newport, } 4a'
Boston and Salem:
A Symbol of Freedom. A L Sk

The big bronze bell with the fa-
miliar rent in its side has been the :......u.xa..vwaivr v J
symbol of liberty and free expres-
sion to countless millions of Ameri- Meanwhile, as good Americans, many summer vacationists may haveto
cans since the new republic em- say, "After you, soldier," while Uncle Sam's armed forces go Pullman.
barked on its perilous enterprise in For example, in the period from December 7, 1941, through'April, 1942,
i the year 1776. The crack came into i nearly 2,000,000 fighting men were transported in Pullman cars to all
I the bell when it tolled the funeral of sections of the country.Happilyifor .
Justice Marshall in 1835. In the Fourth of July will find Am erican boys celebrating 'the' Declara-
.,.,, ,
{ ; :"I" '" T=''''">>>"'>>>'=" :: 813" ""'=;>>''''M'>>''V''V ''''''''''''''''':''
f raised letters which adorn its crownit tion: of Independence on many frontsa throughout the world. Picture shows
is proclaimed that the bell was group of typical U. S. fighting men who are manning our Caribbean deem -
cast by ,Pass & Stow in the, year. fenses. They are equipped with mo ( Garand rifles and wearing mosd ,'r'4r''if'S'.4 wf!'}'.\.a>vrL L v(4i F, S"t\uf:.
1753 by order of the Assembly of the quito helmets. These finely conditione men are experts in "bush" warfare. yr'
\. Province of Pennsylvania for the a :yy ti.t
new state house "erected shortly throughout the land to visit soldiers, country and vice versa. This year, ?
before in that city." However, the sailors, marines and airmen in-the- however, the scene will change con- K\ I :aHti
great bell could make other claims.It making. Millions who formerly siderably because of the rationingof
could claim-but it does notthatit sought pleasure in countless ways in tires and gas. Hundreds of work-
was the first bell turned out in an city or country will find strangenew men who have been accustomed on ; n
American foundry. delight in wielding the hoe or the Fourth to drive far into the coun-
This, then, is the background in pushing the cultivator in victory gar- try will spend this Fourth bendingover
which the first Independence day dens all over the land. Many, too, lathe machines or putting TNT
was cast, and all should be familiar will glean with pride and satisfac- into shells to whittle down the Axis.
with it. The spirit of liberty which tion spme of the agricultural re- Auto fatalities which usually reach
glowed from the pages of the immortal wards of early springtime efforts, to the year's peak over the Fourth of vat
Declaration has been the be placed on the Fourth of July ta- July holiday will probably be much \
guiding star of the American people ble. For never before in the historyof lower this year.A .
from that far day to this. The pat- our country has there been sucha Happy Day for Children.
tern of liberty which was fashioned trend towards "grow your own" as
then has been woven into all of our in the spring of '1942. The Fourth has been one of the

institutions, as well as into our Thousands of boys who celebratedlast happiest dren in the days past.of the However year ,for it must chil- all concerned, thereare "Ham and cooked in this fashion -

Fourth in the traditional American be admitted that the Fourth of July no Axis submarines in these ,ivill make up many a vacationmenu
way will celebrate it this year during these later years has become blue waters. So, with old-time this year. Doesn't it remind I

; \ I Ft Rings Again I If na in ,foreign Ireland lands., Australia In Iceland and 26, in other Chi- mainly a holiday for the children, abandon we take to sailing. you of the "good old days"?

.I outposts of our far-flung battle front and the larger significance of the day ___uuuu._ __...__ ___..nmu.xx.. .....n... ___.._.......___o.nv._. .\._....w_...uvv,.+K,\N't.'N'w'pI1MM7'Wdyj_
the Declaration will be duly celebrated. has been lost in the rat-a-tat of the r"srn :,.wy 4.' :sF ;'.,:., to :$' c \ .. \.
firecracker and the boom of the
F On aircraft carriers, battleships, 'r''S
r J y !
rocket with its spray of colored fire 4' rs 15 "4NNN
cruisers, destroyers, subs and mine-
and stars against the darkening eve-
sweepers, JPT-boats/ and .flying
ning sky. How the children have
' N fortresses, tribute will be paid to
that first grand Fourth of July. Andit pestered their parents around this
won't be done with firecrackers! time to break down all restraintsand
'I. resolutions a "safe and saneFourth"
\' r t5i tf f fy Widening Range of the Fourth. and yield to their implor-
While the Fourth of July has beena ings to buy them "just a few crackers -
i major American holiday from before they are all sold out!"
iI'I'. 3; 4v .. .s -.4 ; w9x f time immemorial, it has been strictly The celebration for years has start- f
an American holiday with little ed around the middle of June. One
. :t ,ti'kdji more than passing press notices in could always tell that the Fourthwas
foreign lands. However, there is just around the corner by the

:! reason to believe that those coun- crack of firecrackers or the boom of ""'Jfr"'''''' ," ,' _,.,." ...__nmm._.'_
. '> tries which are not under the Nazi cannon-crackers-noises that would ,,,
1[: ... ". can't
heel will hail the Fourth this '< ; ""' <. If you go cruising
yearas have shocked us into investigation a -"c <:<< tt., I
.. The famous old Liberty: Bell which never before. It may even be- few weeks earlier. Boyish celebrants !. on a luxury liner, the river
--r/ announced the Proclamation of the come an international holiday after were everywhere, and meas- steamboats will do.
adoption of the Declaration of Independence victory is won, at least in those Axis- ured their patriotism by the amountof And if you haven't. had a trip on a river steamboat you've missed
on July 4, 1776. dominated countries who will owe noise they were able to make. something!



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Could Follow InstructionsBusiness ( M f
H ? ? A quiz with answers offering ??

being cut by priorities, i ANOTHER.informationonvariousslbjects ?.
the boss of the trucking company
found it necessary to lay off one M
truck driver. But that driver was The I
I both big and tough.: So the boss decided I -

4.e u eh vs to fire him by mail. 1. In British

And the following day the driver meant by a limey?

didn't show up. Four days went 2. The American

by and then he was back. adee, is also called

I II "Didn't you get my letter?" 3. The island of
II I asked the surprised boss. sometimes called
I 4. How
"I did. many
"Well, didn't you read it?" called a triolet?
"Sure. First I read it inside 5. Which is the

and then I read it outside. Insideit 6. What country

said that I was fired. On the in amount of I

%; outside it said, 'Return in five daysto 7. Where is the 180

the Consolidated Trucking com of Sighs? ;
1 pany.' So, here I am." 8. Do

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on the burlap or

f + z'Y DRAW dation. Today wax
+.t SCROLL erally used for
it.L ? n + PATTERN
e + WER find it easy to make '
RULED tern by first ruling

I These Babecued Hamburgers Are Appetite-Tempting! inch squares and
in the sket
(See Recipes Below.) curves

NOTE If wish Camels.-Adv. .
I : you
Outdoor Fun .
k pattern be sure to clip
II The delicious aroma of meat cook- Barbecue Supper PAPER ,{ lei 'save which it Mrs.as it Spears is not-has in -
Ing crackling fire, toastedH Barbecued Hamburgers
over a ers; however. Book 5
buns, ana freshly Weinies Toasted Buns 1' I I2T and directions for
roasted corn or Mustard Chili Sauce Relish signs. To get a copy

potatoes in the Roast Corn or Roast Potatoes
embers-all these
Fresh Fruit or Berries
make for plentyof or.lIarshmallow today are not the first Bedford Hills Drawer -

summer fun. Dessert a war-time short '
Toss together Lemonade age of floor'co"erings.. The glow- Enclose 10 cents -
Coffee or Honey
your outdoor ing Oriental rugs of the Colonial Name _..............
cooking equipment Recipe Given be
mansion ceased to imported Address _............
bright, gay during the Revolution; and the

colored cloths, napkins, and gather Puffs. simple hooked rug made from old
some wood for your picnic. Planto Hamburger clothing began to be developed in One thing a
(Serves 8))
have lots of ,hearty,- nourishingfood more elaborate designs. is a display of I
2 chuck steak, ground
to give picknickers so pounds
your Then, as now, scroll borders why his slang so
they will have plenty of that up- 2 cups grated raw potato around a flower motif were popu- rogatory. ,For
I 4 tablespoons grated onion
't. and-at-them spirit.? 2 teaspoons salt lar. The posies were designed according to the silver eagles

''i Crunchy green salads packed in teaspoon pepper to individual taste but shoulder straps
scroll went the rounds of But when he speaks
\: jelly glasses or paper containers, ,Y2 peeled clove of garlic, minced patterns
steaming hot coffee, baked beans, 4 tablespoons; milk -, neighbors who traced the patterns cigarette, he
macaroni and and barbecued They're first, with
i( or cheese, 4 tablespoons 'fat .
meat. Dispel the chilliness of Army as well as
l I cool< nights with your picnic out- Combine all ingredients exceptfat. : "T rines, and Coast'
, doors. Form into 16 patties. Cook in J J ;Z cording to actual
fat on a greased grill or skillet over oM M service men's
E Hamburgers are old favorites, but medium heat until brown on both ;I1 "II' If'i carton of Camels
I you can make them extra delicious sides and done. About 5 or 6 min- ; received. Local

t ,by drizzling a tasty'barbecue sauce" utes on each side is_ enough. ; : %Z I : are featuring
1 over them while;; they cook. Roast Corn. send to any

Barbecued'Hamburgers. Have a 'hot fire and let it burn Not So Easy Now 'forces. Hint, for
... ..
(Serves 8) down until there Bilson-I'm sure glad to see "him" a carton of

, 2 beef is a good pile of you, Wilson. You don't look a day
pounds ground
! red embers. Soak older. And is your wife as prettyas
I' 1V teaspoons salt the ears of corn she used to be?,

j :' Pepper to taste .in their husks until Wilson-Yes, but it takes her

il \ 2 tablespoons vinegar good and wet longer to get that way nowadays.

, 1 tablespoon flour and lay them, still
::1 I 9 1 teaspoon chili powder in the husks in Some men know better as they

i 2 teaspoons brown sugar the hot ashes. grow older. Others merely know
2 teaspoons salt Bake for 30 'min- more.

Va teaspoon pepper v utes or until corn

: 1 medium-sized onion, chopped is tender. Turn Just That!
the ears occasion- She-You had no business to
IVz tablespoons Worcestershiresauce
ally. kiss me. /

" Roast Potatoes. He-That wasn't business; that
Vz cup catsup in hot ashes and
Bury potatoes was a pleasure. .
i''I tablespoon hot water roast as you do the corn, until they

I Have any of the thriftier cuts of are tender. They take' longer to Giveaway"No

beef ground-such as chuck, flank, roast than the corn. Serve with lots my husband has hardly any of FLIES are worse enemies than Japs.

snanK, necK, or of butter, salt, and pepper.'Marshmallow ,the minor vices. drop bombs. flies eat dirt /
heel of round., If Dessert. "Doesn't he even smoke?"
and then they come in and drop disease
meat is quite (Serves 6)) "Well, 'after a good dinner he may
lean, ask your Small bars of plain chocolate ,smoke a cigar but dial's only about once germs on the family's food-and then you
i in six weeks. doctor bills and lose time from work.
r butcher to grindin < < 1J 12 graham crackers pay ,
some suet. Mix 12 marshmallowsToast WHY PAY YOUR WAGES to flies? STOP
2 marshmallows the S-s-s-stuck With It
fy meat thoroughly SUMMER SICKNESS before flies can start
/ with salt and coals to a crisp, gooey state, and Hotel Clerk-Pardon me, Mister,
per. Cook on a '< then put them inside a graham but how did you happen to be it! Use low-cost TANGLEFOOT Fly Paper ,

greased griddle- m cracker and'chocolate bar sandwich.The named J. John B. B. Bronson? all around the place."Tanglefoot Fly Paper ,

grill with thick heat of the marshmallow be- Patron-I was christened by a -
slices of onion.-_!--- tween the halves of chocolate bar minister who stuttered. catches the Germ as well as the Fly.

Mix rest of ingredients well and I will melt the chocolate just enough, "

drizzle over hamburgers as they I and the graham crackers on the
cook. This sauce is also excellent outside are nice to hold.

over'frankfurters which have been : Do you like to go primitive and YITS
pricked with a fork. I roast meat over a forked stick or CAMELS AND FLAVOR

long-handled fork? Then, you'll like:

I 0 For each person, allow J/4 pound Lk LIKE
i Lynn Says: round steak, % of a medium-sized RUN THEY HAVE

: i For best results in outdoor onion, and a few slices of bacon. 115 THE MILDNESS CAMELS FOR STEADY I
Cut the meat in 1-inch squares, cut
cooking use a small fire. Be sure
the onion ,lengthwise, from to PLEASURE .
i you have a deep bed of coals before top THAT COUNTS
bottom. Cut the slices of bacon
you start broiling or frying
,I, your food. into thirds. Place beef, onion, and

i the fire bacon on a fork or stick, alternately .
To start use a soft t
: wood and broil over coals until done.A ,
\ quick burning like pine, o
is both
salad that health-
'j spruce, hemlock, laurel, poplar,
I For crammed and delicious for a picnicis .
I' or aspen. a good bed of
this one made with plenty of : g gr
i: coals, use a hard wood such as vege. ,
maple, oak, ash, beech, birch, tables and cottage cheese: N ;UTufrSH(; ; '' G
'" % '
Vitamin Salad. "fg/f. ru
hickory, or any available hard '
wood in (Serves 6)
I your community. IMPORrANr
I 1 cup celery, diced TO SrEADY
Seasoned wood which has not SMOKERS
I lain on the ground long enough to 2 cups cottage cheese ,r > a. T h e smoke of

, become wet or rotted, but long Vs green pepper, diced ,
: enough to dry out, is best for 1 cup carrots, shredded (cooked) C A 'ibii"scontains
I 2 shredded M
fires. Wood without bark makes cups cabbage, fine
the best kind of fire, as bark will % cup mayonnaiseSalt :_ ,

m cause a fire to smoulder. To starta t ?, '
Toss together all ingredients and
fire more easily, use split wood,
serve on crisp lettuce leaves. LESS
as burns more easily than NICOTINE
i, round logs. Why get hot and bothered over your x than that
cooking and household problems when y of the 4 other la
You won't be a sissy if you selling brands
kneel when using a hand axe for you can get expert advice on them? of them-accOrd.tested-less any
Write, explaining your problem to Miss to lodependent *
I chopping scientific .
or splitting wood. If tests of/h.
Lynn Chambers, Western NewspaperUnion smoke
.",J. ; you, use seasoned wood, it can 210 South Desplaines Street, Chi. Camel cigarettes are"standard equipment" with lise/II
\ easily be broken into convenient cago, Illinois. Please enclose a stamped, veteran engineer Frank Dooley (left above) and

4 I I chunks for the fire. self-addressed envelope for your reply. his fireman, Bill Lyons,Jr., of New York Central.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.

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---" roborated by these witnesses and a and Thorns A. Green, if living, and If Section Thirty-four (31), 'Town-
Build "WarFile" Belle. I dead all parties claiming interests ship 48 South of
of F. To Swimming- Frank Conkling, verdict. of self defense was returned. under Thomas A. Green Deceased or and Range 32' East;
otherwise, are Defendants, pending in
Florida Alumni Sammy Young, Clewiston. On the jury were: Ed Bran- mid court, the undersigned, as Special and The the Northeast Quarter. (NEB )
Master to carry out the terms of the North Half (Nth ) of the
First Aid-Frank Conkling, Ray- nan, J. W.. Crum A. O. Howde- said decree and make sale of the Southeast Quarter Uf 13%) o t"

mond Trice, Sammy Young, Clew- shell, M. C. Vowell, Glen Neal and hereinafter 'described real estate, will, Section 48 South Thirty-four of (34) Township
Range 32 East,
on Monday. and
July C, 1942, between the
Readers of this newspaper are iston. Wallace Aiken. Constable R. L. hours of 11 A. M. and 2 P. M., at the Section Six (6), Township Forty-

asked by the University of Floridato I Handcraft 'Fflank Conkling, Golden conducted ,the investigation. in front LaBelle door ,of Florida the County offer Court for House sale two eight(32)(48) East South:' of Range Thirty-

cooperate in the University's efforts Clewiston. and sell at public auction to the highest The same to be sold to satisfy the
to know the name of every; Aid to Animals-L. J. .' and best bidder for cash, the fol- terms NORWOOD of the Raid ,< ecl'c.
First lowing real estate In Hendry County, R. STRAYHORN, ,
former student who is now in Nobles, Joseph Dougherty, LaBelle. Florida: Special Master. .
military service. Wood Carving-Jimmy Don Wil- "The Northwest Quarter (NW'/i Fort Myers, Fla.:,
The office of Frank S. Wright, and the North Half (NVa! of the I Attorney for Plaintiff.
son, Moore \Haven. Southwest Quarter (S\VJ4) of June 19, 26
University of Florida, Gainesville, 6 and July 3, 1042:
Athletics-George Skinner, \ I it
Announces. that it has been makingan i

intensive effort in recent monthsin Haven.

building a "war file" of Florida The next district meeting will w

felumni; and it is now estimated be held Tuesday night; July '28, Jn I

that approximately 4,000 former LaBelle. :.

students of the university. are inservice.

,'' ..Negro Killed- 4

University o.fficials. will appreciate ,.

very much a post ,card sent to I
(Continued from page 1) t
Mr. Wright at Gainesville simply

giving the name Qf the young men to the negro's hand and as he

of this community in some branchof I dropped it made a break for the

the 'armed services. I feed room' at the rear of the com- .
This newspaper is glad to ask its missary. In this room a loaded

readers to cooperate in. .this request shotgun was kept at all times and

from the university. '. the negro was said to have known

that it was there. Believing that

the negro intended to seize this
,Boy Scouts- ARE YOU I
gun and turn on him the foreman
I IIaBelle. shot him between the shoulders as

(Continued from Page 1) he went through the killed.door and he putting Ten Per Cent o j

dropped, instantly
Carpentry-Raymond; Trice, Frank I The corner's jury made a Income into U.S.

Conkling, Sammy Young, thorough investigation of the kill- your EXJOY THKCOMFORTS II

ton; Roy Donald Lundy, CleWiS-j ing and interviewed the score or War 80nds Stamps ? &gj
Haven. more of witnesses in the store !$

Public Health-L. J. Nobles, La- the .time. Heit's story was cor- OP kL-, o
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Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much Notice is hereby given that under
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set and by virtue of the final decree '
opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale and advertising, entered in that cause in the Circuit Buses
will be sold at public auction on the sixth day of July A. D. 1942, be- Court of Hendry County, Florida,
inning at, twelve o'clock', noon, at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, wherein The Florida Land and Tim-
ber Company is plaintiff and Florida
R. Y. PATTERSON, International Realty Company, A Dependable Service /
Tax Collector, City of Clewiston. Corporation Elmar Realty Company,
A Corporation; The Compass Corporation Low Fares
A Corporation: Ethel Pruitt;
Amount of Dorothy Donovan and her husband,
'DESCRIPTION. Taxes and Raymond Donovan: Dorothy Donovan
OF LAND OWNER Coats as Trustee: Hannah S. Ryan and her
Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE
husband, Thomas J. Ryan; Cedric J. to all Florida
Priebe; Virginia 'M. Spitler: Maud L. and the North. .
Lot 1, Block 6 P. S.' Maynard ,_$50.3 Baker; Mrs. Mary. Cowen; Dr. M. H. o.I
Lot 23, Block 22 J. E. Beardsley, Agent 6.30 Tallman and wife, Gertrude L. Tall-
Lots 30, 31, 32, Block 23 _. Colts, .Inc. _____ 21.30li.ot man, and all parties claiming any I Northbound
31, Block 26 J. E., Beardsley, Agent 5.30tiots Interest under the said parties, as the Lv. CANAL POINT '. 4:55 AM I 1:25: PM ,
3, 4, 19 and 20 Elbert L. Stewart ---..:._ 20.30 heirs, devisees, grantees, or other- Ar. TAMPA .- .. 10:10AM: '::55 PM Costs Less than
Lot 8, Block 139 J. E. Beardsley, Agent 5.30 wise, are defendants, said decree be r Ar LAKELAND . 9:10 AM : PM Driving
Lot 19, Block 139 Joseph Robbins 4.70 ing entered by Hon. Geo. W. White- Ar. ORLANDO oJ" 1050 AM 7:45 PM Ono Round
Lot 11, Block 141 B. C. Flanlken 5.30 hurst, the 1udge of the above court, Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
Lot 15, Block 146 Jewel Sigler 4.30 on the 15th day of June, 1942; the Ar, TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM
Lots 9 and 10, Block 161 Hendry County Motors, Inc. __ 8.30 undersigned, as. Special Master appointed Ar LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM MIAMI : $ 4:70 163: $ 3.8:50:oil
Lot 5, Block 162 Leon Bembry 3.50 to carry into effect the said JACKSONVILLE
Lot 6, Block 162 W. A. Davis 3.50 decree, and make sale of the herein Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05'Ar.
Lot 13, Block 162 .. Mary Hayes Davis 6.30 after described real estate, will, on JACKSONVillE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
Lot. 14, Block 162 Mary Hayes Davis 3.50 Monday, the 6th day of July, 1942, ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
Lot 7, Block' 167 J: E. Beardsley, Agent 6.30 between the hours of 11 A. M. and 2 DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLA. TALLAHASSEE 6.25 .11.25
Lot 2, Block 168 William J. Harty -:.____ 3.50 P. M., at the front door of the County HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY .' 4.95 8.95
Lot 9, Block 172 A. O. Ward 6.30 Court House in LaBelle, Florida, ,.
Lot 10, Block 172 A. O. Ward 5.30 offer for sale and sell at public Au- 8.40 15.15
:Lot 14, Block 172 J. E. Beardsley, Agent ... .. 6.30 ction to the highest and best bidder MACON 7.25 13.05
Lots 11, 12, Block 173 J. F. Tippey 10.30 for cash, the following real estatein Southbound. -GoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45Lv.
:Lot 4, Block 176 Ruth R. Beardsley 6.30 Hendry County, Florida: CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.1
Lot '8, Block 176 Victor J. Robins, Sr. 6.30 "The North Half of SectionTwelve Ar. MIAMI . .- 8:50 PM -2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS" 11.65 21.00
Lot 20, Block 176 Dora Gimpel 7.30 (12) ; all of Sections CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
Lots 21, 22, Block 176 Ruth R: Beardsley _: ._ 14.30 Twenty-four (24): Twenty-six ReturnIng NEW YORK 15.85 28,55Lv
Lot 24, Block 176 Ruth R. Beardsley ____.-_ 8.30 (26) ; and Thirty-six (36) of Town :MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00 AM .
Lot 27, Block 176 W. C. J. Hermann ____ 4.30 ship Forty-four (44) South of Ar. CANAL POINT 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
Lot 29, Block 176 ___ W. J. Costello ___:-- 4.30 Range Thirty-two (32) East: and '
Lot 30, Block 176 Jas. F. Costello ______ 4.30 the East Half of Section Eigh-
Lot 36, Block 176 ._ Ruth R. Beardsley ____ 5.30 teen (18): and all of Sections DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
Lot 34, Block 201 ___ J. B. Sigler ___ 40.30 Twenty, (20) : Twenty-eight (28):
Lots 4, 5. Block 202 __ B. C. Flaniken __ 8.30 Thirty (30) and Thirty-two. (32) PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT prr
Lot 9, Block 207 ---:.-_ Ira T. Doxsee 4.30 of Township Forty-four (44) Southof .
Lots 1, 8, 9, 10, Block_ 208 R. R. Hooks _______, 12.30 Range Thirty-three ((33) East, -
Lot 22, Block 355 __ J. Woodward Sutphen _,__ __ 2.30 containing 5,120 acres, more or GEGI
Lot 4, Block 358 _---:.- J. E. Beardsley, Agent ____-__ 4.30 less."
Lot 19. Block 358 -___-. W. C. J. Hermann ____ 4.30 The same to be sold to satisfy the
,Lot 16, Block 361 J. E. Beardsley, Agent ____.__ 5.30 terms of the said decree.
J-ots 1, 2. Block 363 J. B. Sigler .___ _--,._ 28.30 NORWOOD R. STRAYHORN,
Lot 12, Block 363 H. L. Davis __._:: __...;....._.___ 32.30 Special Master.
Lot 13, Block 363 .. Ruth R. Beardsley ____ 50.30 FRED H. MELLOR'
Lots 34, 35, Block 369 ._- N. C. Smith _..________._ 12.30. Fort :Myers, Fla.,
Lot 38, Block 370 Ruth R. Beardsley ___..__._._ 5.30.' Attorney for Plaintiff.
Lot 18, Block 372 -.-__ C. T.' Clark _._.________ 2.70''', June 19, 26 and July 3, 1942.
Lots 32, 33, Block 377 ___ America on Co. ._.____.____ 22.30
Lot 19, Block 378 __ Mabel Rankin Hay ________ 32.30 I
Lot 13, Block 385 ..' L. O. Holdsworth __.____ 5.30 NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE
Lot 17, Block 385 _._.___ L. O. Holdsworth ______ 4.30 I I ;r
Lots 1, 2. Block 389 '__, W A. Bishop ________36.30 Notice is hereby given that under
Lot 5, Block 451 _____:- Wade L. Winn _________ 30.30 and final ,
by virtue of the decree entered -
tot 1, Block' 453 ._...____L.- W. A. Davis ________._ 4.30 by Hon Geo. W. Whitehurst.,
34, Block 453 -. -_ W. A. Davis ._ ., w_._ 5.30
------ ----- Judge of the Circuit Court of Hendry
Lot 35, Block 453 ._____ W. A., Davis __....._____.____-_. 6.30 County, Florida, on June 15, 1942. in
Lot 12. Block 495 ---__.__ Ruth R. Beardsley _.______....__ 28.30 that certain cause wherein The Flor .
'Lots 13, 14, Block 495 '_ Ruth R. Beardsley _____ 6.70 ida Land Timber A e e
'''''' and Company, I
.Lot 15, Block 498 ,___ R. N. Miller ____..____........:.-___ 2.30 Corporation is plaintiff and Herma
Lot .14, Block 505 ___._ W. H. Heagerty and Co.- ,__. 1.30 N. Clark:, Mrs. Elizabeth E. Wlltse, .
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