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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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c: ; VOLUME 15 NUMBER 16 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR
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" ;' I Four-County Champions I

GOVERNMENT ,SHOWS 1 EXPANSION PROGRAMAT



TMINTEREST IN DOTY'S ,USSC ,RESEARCH



: I RESEARCH IN HEMPFEAR : LABORATORY ,BEGUN



OF WAR IN ORIENT '__ $16,OOO BEING SPLINT: ON NEW
STARTS SEARCH FOR s'J --v'- '/ BUILDINGS AND.

: DOMESTIC.SOURCE EQUIPMENTAn

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The tireless efforts of John H. expansion program, involvingboth

Doty to interest the government in equipment and new building

the possibilities of growing sisal construction at agricultural research -
'\ and manila hemp in South Florida laboratory of the United

appear to 'be bearing fruit for an IIiitE'M States' Sugar Corporation, is now-

,article appearing in Sunday's underway at a cost of approximately -

dailies states that Uncle Sam, faced J $16,000 and an added acreagefor

: with the possibility 'of having the the experimental grounds will

t' hemp supply from the Phillipines r, xwF make it possible for this to be-

\, and the East Indies cut off if the y r come one of the most advanced

war spreads to the Orient, is un- < fM :y$ ,'SlJt ? agricultural experiment stations in

obstrustfvely interesting itself ,in the state.

South Florida as a potential pro- The experimental laboratory was

duction center ,because of his re- originally planned with north and

search. JjJL south laboratory wings with the con-

Before to ,Florida Mr. __ ..,. : .. necting devoted
coming .:.'.?;vS. ...'i bo 6dnwta ;;.a.ji.-'A W-:K =" '" .r"f Doty worked in'a "research laboratory space. The south wing was built
The Clewiston Tigers of 1941, champions of the Four-County basketball league.
in New York and did consider and has been used since 1929, but

able study: of the plants from Top Row; left to right: Jack Waters, Bernard Leiter; Aaron Knight, Earl Moonejhan, because it was felt that the experi-

- which, ,hemp, is derived. He was Principal and 'Coach R. "'. Turk, Otis Cason, A. D. Filth and Gus Cantrell. mental ground site might some day

i surprised, upon coming to this Lower Row, left to right: E. J. Bussell, Bill Perry, Lynwood Dixon,' Junior Waters, Sam be changed the north wing was left
Lang;, Paul Slonaker, Sonny Vaughn, Paul Pullen and Nick Schiffli.
state, to find these plants grow- off. Now that the location has been

l: ing wild and to learn that they are made permanent by the acquisitionof
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indigenous to South Florida. In some twenty additional acres the
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1934 ,and 1935 he attempted to EXTENSION LEADERS Garden Club Has I STATE C. OF C. IS main building' is being completedby

;.,.. interest the, government in making the addition of the north wing
i an appropriation to plant the' sisal Interesting ;Flower which will cost about $4,300._ This

hemp plants on, the levee to prevent HELD MEETING HERE TAKING INTEREST IN wing is of hollow tile constructionwith

': erosion but, was unsuccessful Show ThursdayOne plastered interior, stuccoed ex-

. and for the past several years terior and tile roof to correspond to

nothing has been done.' No one AT INN LAST FRIDAY of the"most entertaining MOLASSES-FED BEEFHarold the remainder of the building. This

f was' more surprised than Mr. Doty r new wing will be largely devotedto
meetings of the Clewiston Garden
r r himself to hear that the govern- an expanded study of sugar cane
ment,, 'had revived an interest in Between forty and forty-five Club *was, held yesterday afternoon Colee executive vice- diseases and their economic .control.

domestic production because of the leaders and workers in state extension : under the direction of Mrs. W. C. president of the Florida State The newly acquired land will

r war as hemp is a vital war material 'service of, eleven South Owen, chairman the flower com- Chamber of Commerce, this week increase the size of the research
Florida counties met at the Clew- ,mittee. The club was asked to
I grounds from less than two 'acresto
each sent letters to 'all of those who at-
its "flower show,
Mr. Doty has, always contended iston Inn on Friday of last weekto stage own almost twenty-two acres and
member to bring .a flower arrangement tended the President's Dinner here
: that both the manila and sisal discuss the part. of agriculturein these additional acres are distributed -
hemp may be grown in any quan- national defense. It ,is under- for judging and each to 'weara recently with the request that'' they uniformly to the north and southof

tity in this ,section of. the state. ;The stood that this 'is 'the first of' a hat made of garden flowers or write to him their opinion of the the main building'' so that the

Abaca, or manila hemp' plant is a series of district meetings to be heldto vegetables. Nineteen entered flower and arrangements quality and,, taste of the meat. serv- laboratory will be located in the

variety of the horse banana and coordinate activities in every were front or east side and_ midway be-
in'ed at the dinner that, evening, "
twentyfive.members appeared
,.. will grow only in commercial qual- county of the state., I tween the '"north r and south lines.
itjr and oi/the/1ampv: .I original flower hats. prime molasses=Xd ;eef, ,finished- The other ,buildings planned
quantity, .muclc.j. :. :W. T.,'. JNVnies-- Gainesville, nevv
j. lands. The century" plant, from district agricultural agent,., presidedat Members voted- lorv ,their choice here ,in the fattening pens of' the have, also,been laid' ,out synnetrically:

,. which sisal 'hemp is "derived,. grows the meeting and brief but interesting for' prizes. Hats were divided into United States Sugar 'Corporation. with a view to elaborate landscaping. -

;} prolifically on high 'and dry sandy talks were: ,made by representatives two groups.; pretty hats ,and orig- So many compliments were paid It is planned to surround the
soils. "'Fibres from fifteen inal hats. In the pretty hat' class entire with windbreak of .
i five to of the various agenciesin the meat at and following the din- plot 'a
:,,' t feet, in length can be taken from the all-day meeting which open Mrs: W W. Perry won first place ner 'that Mr. Colee, who has long trees, probably the Melaleuca

the trunk of the Abaca tree while ed at nine-thirty in the morningand with a small bell-hop hat covered been interested in the improvement leucadendron or cajeput, a hard-

fibres from three to ten feet in' lasted until ,late afternoon with entirely with 'pansies; Mrs. A. L. of Florida cattle, decided to get .as wood, termite-proof tree, and layoff

length can be taken 'fr'om the leaves only a stop for luncheon at the Hackett won second place with a many opinions as possible -and pre- the grounds in a suitable designfor

, & of the century plant. These two Inn.: pancake hat of violets and pink pare a brief covering these ,individual a botanic garden.
r are the only vegetable fibers known rosebuds, and Mrs.: W. L. Lott 'won
While the meeting was primarily comments.The Dr. B. A. Bourne, head of the
from which hauser and third place with a pancake hat of I
rope may
agricultural research departmentand
to fix ,the place of agriculturein dinner was held toward the
be made. It, has also been indicated national defense'work lavender sweet peas. In, the original plant pathologist, who is supervising -
the
gen- close of the first experiments con-
. ; in the past that the process eral theme appeared to be the class, Mrs. E. L. ,Stewart's chapeauof ducted by the_ corporationwith the expansion work, said
( ing of the hemp is a comparatively three car'rots' tied with grass and sugar that numerous trees and shrubs
thought of preparing agricultural steers
simple operation, the fibers being I decorated with red -and green Sur- ordinary_ Florida range
: before tested in
workers for the war's, aftermath. '' and the feeding of these steers never adequately
removed with a decorticating machine County agents and home demonstration inam cherries won first' place; Mrs. with a ration of lemongrass pulp [the Everglades, with potentialeconomic
( and then are allowed to 'I Keathley Bowden's tight-fitting hat 1 I and aesthetic value for
were urged to call these
agents well all
\ Hof mixed with molasses as as
lilies in
dry either in the artificial green leaves with I day
:., sun or by workers together and explain how the. straight molasses the steer :Florida would be planted and the
electric heat. the peak' won second place, and
I it was at this time to entire area would be used as a
necessary would eat. In addition to startling
Department of Agriculture bulletins I Mrs. 0. A. Jones' bell-hop hat of ground for such trees
I proving
learn "live-at-home"
a foundto
program
I weight increases the meat was
r; state that the entire world's strawberry leaves, blossoms and red .
: shrubs and other crop plants. This
and let, these workers form a be of exceptionally fine quality.
supply of sisal traces its source to and green strawberries won third he said, was impossible until a
council for working out the prob- butchered by
I flower arrangements, The steers were I I
the coral sands of South Florida" place. In the location was secured for
lems ,in each county. In this wayit Lykes Brothers and returned to I I permanent
y Mrs. H. T. Vaughn won first place
yet not one single fiber of these it takes several to grow trees
years
is hoped to avoid the unbalanced surrounding areas
Clewiston and
f, I ,of 'mixed'flowers
with tall ;
vase
important hemps is produced court a and test the adaptability of new
condition which followed the first popular with
for sale. It proved so
t mercially on the North American Mrs. W. C. Owen's two arrange- crops. Under the plan for im-
World War. / that'the had
corporation
housewives
} continent. ments won second place, and Mrs. the grounds within avery
k" I If. High officials in the various I Bishop, Mrs. Kolstad and Mrs. difficulty in' securing enough for provement few should become one
agencies attending the the dinner given by Mr. Bitting. years
meetingwere
I Bowden tied for third place. Miniature -
', Motorcade Planned To of the most beautiful gardens in
: : V. V. Bowman, extension arrangements were won by Still more ,startling results are
.
. economic
its
r: the state, apart from
leader in Farm Use Planning; Mrs. G. L. Royal and Mrs. C. L. being shown with the experimentalwork
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: : Lake Road value.
Over
: 26 Colin Gunn, state coordinator for McLendon. All prizes were garden now underway with range
Next in importance to the newwing
Soil Conservation Service; H. gadgets.Mrs. steers, mixed blood stock and pure-

J i ," ; Plans are being Ti made for a large Clayton, state administrative G'I L. L. Spicer presided at the bred stock. The native steers I for the which laboratory is south is the of new the

; delegation of Dade and Broward ficer of the Agricultural ) business meeting and, reports of ished a, fifty-six day test last \ nn.1 I greenhouse greenhouse now in use immediately
business I (Continued on Page 8) various committees and officers day and showed an average
, : County interests to forma : back of the laboratory. This green-
motorcade to the lake over Road were given. The club gave an of more than two pounds each po- house, approximately twice as large
1- 26 on the day set for its formal Three Colored Men Easter donation of five- dollars to day during this period. They, are
\ days. (Continued on Page 8)
: ,' opening, April 11. While the tourist the, Children's Home Society of weighed every twenty-eight

;t and sightseeing angle will not be Ordered To BlandingThree Florida. Mrs. O.tA.. Jones and Even more convincing proof of ,the
i ': overlooked, H. I. 'Mosbarger of Mrs. W. 'C. Owen were' elected dele- value of pen feeding with these New Library To

i Miami'who is one of the, leaders gates to attend the state Federa- Florida-produced feeds is the fact

T in the arrangements said that the colored draftees have been tion of Garden Cl'ubs' meeting next that every steer is in fine shape Open Next FriadyThe

> group was coming to the lake to ordered to leave on Thursday, April' week in Sarasota. and there is a uniformity in size
1 "talk business." 3, for Camp Blanding to begin (I Several pictures of the club were and appearance that is rarely seen
their 'year of army training under. taken during the afternoon and The Hereford and Brahma mix- Clewiston Public Library
r A nine-man committee has been I the selective service act. following the meeting the members, tures showed better than a two ,will be open to the public for the

set up to make arrangements for The three are John Baker, now visited the Clewiston library at pound average gain for the first r first time on Friday afternoon and

':;. the ceremonies and J. E. Beardsley living in Fort Myers, Johnnie : the invitation of the library om-I twenty-eight day period and the Saturday 'evening of next week, it
of Clewiston is member of this
a Jones of Pelican Lake and Homer (Continued on Page: 8) fifty-six day period will not be up was announced today by Mrs. H. C.
committee. Governor Holland will Lee Walker of Clewiston. Alter- until next week. The pure-brad Kolstad, chairman of the library
be asked to participate and the
'; nates named, who will be ,the firston Rural Mail Route (Continued on Page 5) committee.The .
tentative program calls for a ribbon committee does not plan to
the next call, are Melachi Den-
cutting ceremony at Twenty-Mile THEATRE OPENS permit books to be taken out of, the
. nard, James Jones and Elizah To Be ExtendedThe
Bend at 1:00 a. m. A commem- Franklin library on these two days, but rather -

.' orative plaque may also be unveil- i The first Boyd.white call for the The new Dixie' Crystal' theatrewas to have the public acquaint itself -
T ed there at that time. with the library, and browse
month will take three from. Hen- rural mail ,route from Clew opened for the first show on :
The road opening coincides with dry County and they will be pick- iston will, effective May 1, be extended Tuesday night of this week and a through the shelves.
the opening of the Everglades Fair for the'first The hours Friday afternoon are
ed to leave on April 7. It is understood to provide service to the large crowd was on hand
in Pahokee and the motorcade will Girl anda till five and on Saturday-
from
A Guy one
that this Is, likely not to Miami Locks and, South Shore, offering, "A ,
stop there for luncheon and for a baskets of evening are from seven tin'ten..
be the only call made in April Plantation Villages of the United Gob. Several large
series of talks and will to business After the opening days the library -
come on Corporation. flowers, the gift of local
most of the six in these two calls States Sugar I
Clewiston in the afternoon.U. going as replacements for one rejection This information was received houses, were placed _,in the foyer will open each Tuesday even-

S. Engineers are cooperating and others who failed to this week in a letter from Con- for opening. The theatre has been ing from 7 till 10 and each Satur-

, in helping to handle the crowd at show up.'Eight gressman J. Hardin Peterson to I completed for some time but open-, day afternoon from 2 till 6. x

Belle Glade, by providing parking white boys from the coun- R. Y. Patterson, head of the traffic Ing was understood to have been The library is free, and is opento

space, on the levee near the fair ty entered, Camp ,Blanding last department of the sugar cor delayed because of delay in ship-, all residents of the Clewistonarea. ,

buildings : s,',..,:", ,4. ,' ,, week. ...,... I poration. '" .t ment, of new projector parts., '0 ;. .
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I Britain's Floating Fortresses I I HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS




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Wire and iron
's '< '* bed-springs that
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x' *" ? $ \
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+
? become
rusty should be given a
=oat of paint. .
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Washington, D. C. The Village News Press: Meat should not be seasoned until -

SUBCONTRACTOR PROBLEM i (Prop and Editor, W. WincheU) it is partially cooked. "

The Gov't says you can deduct bur *
Every train to Washington brings
glary losses from taxes. Mirrors should
business with your Wendy never be hung
of small men
a group brief Barrie wonders if that includes where the sun shines directly oni
rumpled collars and bulging
cases. They've heard high officials night club overcharges.Prof. hem for any length of tune.

declare that the defense boom *
should be evenly distributed.They've Emery Deutsch, who has Put small cooked hamburger,
been appointed conductor of the CBS
cakes between two
: read about a subcontracting hot biscuitj
program for the smaller firms. Salon orchestra, always did detest halves and top them with a brown)
playing in clubs and
ISo they come to ,town loaded with night never savory gravy or well seasoned
:blue-prints and inventories of ma- dreamed the day would come again white sauce. You'll like these.QUINTUPLETS.
when he could hold his head and fid
:chine tools. dle high. Nice boy, Emery. And
The visitors wait patiently in de- his pretty bride is a nice girl, too.
:'fense offices to ask the same question
: : "When do we get contracts I
Inez Robb of our town spent a
:or subcontracts?" ,Then they go quiet week-end over at Mrs. EvelynMcLean's
[home empty-handed, cussing the
the defense house down Washington use MUSTEROLE for
"bureaucrats running way. Mrs. McLean being the owner
''program." of the well-known Hope diamond. ,

, What they don't know is. that the The first day breakfast ,was brought CHEST COLDSMother

issue of subcontracting is being .;;..;..", ?'= Q -" to Inez's boodwah, but the second
fought over daily, and with increasing morning it was necessary for Inezto Give YOUR Child

bitterness, at the inner conference Above: Approaching \::,:, >: ring. Beside her bed were two The Same Expert Care
' tables of the Office of Production :< ," buttons
.
is one of Great Britain's AJ Inez reasoned: "Ob At the first sign of a chest cold-the
; Management. The question viously the black button is for night Dionne Quintuplets'chests and throats
whether OPM should crack down on formidable forts ({<: service; the white one for day." So are rubbed with Children's Mild Mus-
the big primary contractors and of the sea. These giant {I she touched the white one delicately terole-a product made especially to
relieve the DISTRESS of
force them to farm out their piledup masses of steel and tmAA promptly
: -it being morning Well, sir. children's colds and resulting bronchial
orders. : concrete, literally brisffj: Sirens screeched forth from here, and croupy coughs. '
The powerful big industry clique tling with guns, are a py there and everywhere; Great Danes Relief usually comes quickly because
:Musterole is MORE than
says "No." It argues that forced new departure for warM\ barked their heads off; and folks "salve." It helps break up an local ordinary con

subcontracting would be costly and and so far as England is V started running hither and thither gestion. As :Musterole is used on the
unreliable. Bob Mehornay, a liberal through the halls. Inez, it seems, Quints you may be sure you are using
invest-
concerned
a good | just about the BEST product made.
small business man in charge of had
rung the fire alarm. Mrs. Mc
,ment. They are planted 1 1in Also in Regular and Extra Strength
subcontracting, hotly denies this \t Lean, the owner, merely turned over for those preferring a stronger product.
and is battling to overrule them. "strategic" spots 1 in bed. She knew there was.a guest.
The cold facts are that although .around England. But the coffee-when it did come-
200,000 firms are available, for defense was hot. Think Twice
contracts, 90 per cent of the Right: On the gun deck Think,twice before you speak or

orders awarded during the last half ,of a floating fortress the Ye ed sure got a big laugh out of act once and you will speak and
act the for it.
of 1940 went to 600 large concerns. \\crew prepares a 3-inch the story the other day about the more wisely -

And 114 of them got 95 per cent of ;anti-aircraft gun for firing 60-year-old president of a Rotary Benjamin Franklin.

all contracts over $100,000, amount against enemy planes. club who' ran off with a woman 29

ing to $6,668,800,000. years younger. He can be prose
cuted under the Mann act, a federal For ONLY 1 01 Now

ARMY MORALS offense. But look at what the Rotary

Genial Mark McCloskey, the Fed club is worried about: That he missed Less than
eral Security agency's recreation his first club luncheon in 18 years!

expert, has the soldier's moral lapse B
figured down to one crucial hour. Enis Beyer, the singer and con

This hour is the one during which stant subscriber, says ye ed's daily
he waits for a bus ,or train to take stint is "absolutely conseqwinchell."
him back to camp. Ha, ha. U

McCloskey, whose job it is to worry -
,, See where Marshal Petain's allowance
, about such things and work with ''' &.F"1II- ''" < dose
the and has doped '< for the next three months
army navy, put ,mv. ; ; = **J .
that if time drags heavily during ;r/ will be 954,000 francs. That's about CHCOCK'SE

that hour of waiting the soldier may ; c< $80,000 a year. In other words, Pe-

make:for honky-tonks-and who's to 'W'v, ." ", ,, .. i' '. ., ,<, tain gets more to' ruin France than ,POWDER
blame him? I' FDR gets to run the U. S. A.

"The smart thing to do,"- McClos

key says, "is to brighten up the Jean Gabin, the big French actor, Use Mightily
terminals. Give the boys a place told how the Frenchmen feel about What one has, one ought to use;
shoot Great Britain. He "We and whatever he does, he should
to pool, get some good chow says: are
at low prices, and read new maga both pro and anti-British. Those who do with all his might.-Cicero.

zines. Some pretty waitresses for are pro-British say each night in

the boys to kid won't hurt any their prayers: 'Please, God, let the
either" gallant British win quickly.' Those iF RHEUMATIC PAIN

He doesn't think a tour through who are anti-British say in their
....,._ _
the museum of art or a brisk walk m "' V MMNo"' NN prayers: 'Please, God,..let the awful
do much combat Instead British win TRYlRe'
to
temptation. right away.
he'd like to see town A sentry, a 12-inch cannon, and a lookout pictured on a floating fort 'C.2223
every DOSING 8.
somewhere in the southern command. located
Living quarters are deep
near a camp organize an honest-to- Over at Frank Case's inn the pictures
goodness information bureau for the in the bowels of the fort of the drama critics are on 60'I.AT* DRUGGIST

men. ...._..._. ................___Un.u.___ display in the lobby. Frank asked
"If the boys want to go to a Bub Benchley what he thought of

dance, get a date, visit with some them. "The one of George Jean Labor's Power

patriotic family, 'or see a ball Nathan," Bub said, "don't do him Labor has the ,power to rid. us

game, the community ought to arrange injustice." of three great' evils-Boredom,
it for them," contends McClos Vice and Poverty.-Voltaire.
key. Guy Lombardo heard a deb say to
He beams when he mentions the another: "What color galoshes are

200 girls at the Tom Huston pea I you getting with your new spring
nut factory at Columbus, Ga., suit?" GRAY BAIBS

who volunteered to act as host '
bottle of
like them? If not get a
esses for soldiers at dances and social And Jerry Cooper doesn't believe Leas Do you Hair Preparation it is guaranteed
events. all that talk about a food shortage to make your gray hairs a color so close
were
color they
io the natural color; the
; in all the the color of your
tmWvO'T- Italy, considering crow before turning gray or
f' hair that has not turned gray that you or
ACTION ON have
HOUSING they to eat. your friends can't tell the difference or
for'civilian money refunded. It doesn't make
Housing defense work your any difference what color your hair is and
ers, one of the most muddled phases Broadway Wiseguy: It is so simple to use--Just massage a few
drops upon the scalp for a few days per
of the defense program, now looks He knows the same elements as directions like thousands are do mg.
as if it is going somewhere thanks Your druggist has Lea's Hair Preparation
but his
other people, in world they or can secure a bottle for you, or a
to the quiet intervention of Mrs. have different functions The regular dollar bottle of Lea's Hair Preparation -,
will be sent you, postage paid by
Roosevelt and Frederic A. Delano, air is something you listen to for us. upon receipt of one dollar cash P. O.
uncle of the President and chair songs, sketches, speeches. Water is money.order or stamps. (Sent COD 12c
extra.)
man of the national resources plan y,1> ':'.,"': what they put in stocks, and fire is LEA'S TONIC CO., INC.
ning board. Box 2055 Tampa, Fla
/* i ; k. / what a poor performance misses

Both exerted their influence He thinks a skirt isn't a gar .
through FDR, himself. The First ment, but_ a woman in one-and Trouble's Interest
Lady told him of shocking housing when he talks"'of a turkey he means Worry is interest paid on trouble

conditions among defense workers a flop-show He lives and moves before it is due.-Dean Inge.
which she had seen in several cities, and has his being in theater-town

and warned that there would be serious Things that are said and done

consequences unless something on a stage or, screen amuse andtouch TZ0
was done quickly. Delano urged him, but, try to make him 1 COLDS

Roosevelt to get behind the C. I. O.'s weep when the show is over Try OF

plan for prefabricated: homes. to make him laugh, for that matter.He quickly -uie.
read it long ago or he heard it

WILLKIE CAN WEAR SHOES when you were still breaking in your LIQUIDTABLETS

Much water has gone over the longies People who take"hours" 6 6 (5 NOSE SALVE DROPS
telling (which is COUCH DROPS
dam since Secretary of the Interior a story a
Ickes labeled Wendell Willkie a gag in his 'lingo) are usually bores,

"barefoot Wall Street lawyer." All phonies or jerques When he VIGILANCECOMMITTEE
is sweetness and light now between says he doesn't like pictures, he

Willkie and the New Deal-which means movies, not paintings A
includes Mr. Ickes-since Wendell's book isn't something to read, but the '
plot in a musical show, or the thing
outspoken support of the lendleasebill.
wager-makers make for racetrack
bet-placers He is that loud
However ADVERTISING is a vigilance
one inquisitive reporter great
voice giving away the secrets of
at a recent Ickes press conference pals. committee established
wanted to be absolutely sure. "In ,
view of recent and maintained in interest
developments, he your
He argues that money will buy
queried, "do you still think Wendell everything and anything, and he has to see that the men who
Willkie is a Wall Street barefoot
never learned not to mistake public
boy? of the aspire to sell to you will
for fame Most United
ity
Ickes "I think Top: A glimpse into the The shells
Replied : anybody magazine of a floating fortress. I
States to him is "the sticks" or be of trade.
has a right to wear shoes in Wall ore sent to the guns above on a chain belt. Lower: Sleeping quarters. "the hinterland" The over 130- always worthy your
Street in this kind of weather." Men not on duty are shown at ease in double decker cots. I 000,000 people are "suckers."



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([FfacZ,Hen but Been Long on

HouseholdNeuisDOES ''Legs'and Short on Neck! ASK ME Th ,A Quiz With Answers

'
Offering Information
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I f
The landlady glanced round the ANOTHER I .
table at her twelve hungry boarders n Various Subjects I

before starting to carve ,the .

rather sad-looking chicken.In I The Questions 2. If an electron and an orange .:,::." .

rapid succession she asked 1. Who has charge of the Great could be magnified equally until

each which part of the fowl he Seal of, the United States? the orange ',vas 'as large as the

preferred. Ten of them decidedon 2. How does the size of an electron earth, the electron would still be

legs. compare with that of an too small to be visible to the un-

The carver dropped her knife orange? aided eye.

with a clatter'on the 'dish. 3. Tweedle-dum and Tweedledee 3. "Alice's Adventures in Won. .

"What do you imagine this is?" are characters in what story? derland."

she said, sarcastically, pointing to 4. Who was the first'king'of the 4. George V. The name of the

the chicken. "A centipede, or house of Windsors? British royal family'was changedto
what?" 5. Can eclipses 'of the ,sun occur Windsor in 1917.

in any month of, the 'year?
"Oh, no, replied the boarder 5. Eclipses of the sun, visible at
who had been served. "Judgingby The Answers some parts of the earth's surfaces,

the piece of neck I've got, I 1. The secretary of state has have been recorded in every

should imagine it was a giraffe." charge of the Great Seal._ month of the, year.

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cooking vegetables as may even TIPS There is a cropping-time in the
this column to- Illinois ask for the booklet though the windows are unevenly to
races of men, as in the fruits of
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tl k4q, the field; and sometimes, if the
Itt,ll ,, r/o" you like these glass curtains and window shadesare Gardeners
""5 stock be good, there springs up fora
ideas for the in both and the
new same same
Brown mixture very lightly and fill time a succession of splendid '
I :, cooking vegeta- tomato shells. Sprinkle with but- two-toned green rug and the same men; and then comes a period of
l bles but also and
lamp pictures 'are used. The
: tered cracker crumbs and bake un barrenness.-Aristotle.WORLD'S .
muchI couch and cushions also the
equally as til tomatoes are tender. are CHOOSE BEANS WISELY
think you will same but the covers, are new.
like some of the Stuffed, Baked Onions. An inexpensive chintz with gray- THE gardener should be well ac-
with the avail-
ideas for serving them. Note the 3 large onions green ground,and a flower patternis many
canned peas as shown in the photo- 1 cup soft bread crumbs used for draperies and to trim 'able varieties of stringless beans,
if he is to get the most from his S JOS Pfl
graph above. Look
_good enough for V teaspoon salt the couch cover of heavier gray- LARGEST
bean
f any company dish; do they not, yet Dash pepper green cotton material which is crop.
If earliness is the interest SELLER
all that was done to dress them up slices bacon, minced and cooked also used for the cushions. The principal ASPIRIN

was simply to surround them with Buttered bread crumbs, glass curtains are hung on rods the gardener should select AT 10*
onions and ,carrots and the carrots either Bountiful (green-podded) or
suspended from.the,picture mould-
Remove the outer skin of the .
on Golden Wax (yellow). Bountifulis
were garnished with
of
tiny sprigs ing with picture wire and hooks.
ions and cut in half
fresh parsley. horizontally.Cook excellent for use when small,
The side drapes are unlined but
in boiling salted water, uncov- in shoe-string size. It is also a
Thus it is that ,everyday foods- the 'valance is made buck- Before the Facts
over
foods full of nourishment and "of ered,' until onions are almost ten- 'Both tacked to pine'' good choice,for'home canning, for Sit down before every fact as a
ram. are
food value become new favorites.: der (approximately 20, minutes). strips and are hung with picture it'produces abundantly. little child. Be prepared to giveup

Please from time to time, try' each' Take onions care while to preserve shape of hooks. One end of the book The gardener interested in yield every'preconceived notion, fol-
one of these recipes-you'll like all cooking. Drain, and over a long season should select low humbly'wherever and to what-
shelves is closed in to make a
of them, I know arrange cut side up in a buttered head for the couch. The outside both a bush bean, and a pole bean. ever abysses Nature leads, or you
If ,you've strange guests coming baking dish. Remove the center of The pole beans begin producing shall learn nothing.-T. H. Huxley.
for dinner and don't know what each onion and chop fine. Mix with when the yield from the bush

vegetables the soft bread crumbs, salt and pep- beans tapers off. ,
they like, cover your Birth.of CrinolineThere
per, and bacon. Fill onion halves
confusion by letting them choose Kentucky Wonder is one of the
their own from this attractive arrangement and top with the buttered bread best all-purpose pole beans. It GOOD
crumbs. Cover bottom of' the bak- was once a Spanish prin-
of canned provides good quality snap beans. l3
and carrots. peas, onions ing dish with water and bake in a cess who was ashamed of her hips, When past the snap stage, the pods srosulA1GE \
moderate oven (350 degrees) until because they were slightly mal- I
may be cut up, and cooked y4
French Fried Onions. onions are tender and bread crumbs I formed. So she persuaded the w-my t
southern style. Later, this bean I ...
Use Spanish or large Bermuda have browned, approximately a/, court dressmaker to make a dress may be used in the green shell .wrSi.30
onions. Peel and cut in slices Vi hour. that would increase her charms
In the mature stage
stage. more
inch thick. Separate slices into and at the same time hide her
Cauliflower the beans be used in bakingor
la
a Parmesan. may
rings, soak in milk for a few min hips. From that request the crin- ''' le
1
sPdRt'l.eQ
utes. Drain 1 head cauliflower cooked in soup. hlllQS
and roll in flour. Fry oline was born. '
in deep fat, which has been heatedto 3 tablespoons grated cheese For a similar reason, sweeping 'I iRHEUlVfATlSM LUMBAGO
360 degrees F. hot enough to 1 cup white sauce dresses became the vogue. This Real Necessities

brown a cube of bread in 1 minute. Vz cup buttered bread crumbs, time the dissatisfied princess was

When onions- are golden brown, remove Place cauliflower in greased cas- the daughter of Louis XI; and in- Necessity hath no'law. Feigned Supporting Misfortunes

from fat and drain on absorbent serole. Pour'white,sauce over cauli- stead of hips, it was feet. She had necessities, imaginary necessities,' It is better to employ our mindsin

paper. Serve very hot with flower, and sprinkle with cheese and very big feet and wore dresses are the greatest cozenage men can supporting the misfortunes

broiled steak. bread crumbs. Bake in moderateoven long enough to cover them. 'x Of put upon the Providence of God, which actually happen, than in an-

Vegetable Rice Ring. (375 degrees F.) 30 minutes, course, 'the French court followedher and make pretences to break ticipating those which may happento

1 cup rice or until crumbs are delicate;* example. known rules by.-Cromwell. us.-La Rochefoucald.

2 cups peas browned. Serves 6.

% cup tomato puree Spinach Nut Ring.
1 teaspoon celery, salty
teaspoon curry powder 3 (Serves 6) THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU
cooked
,% teaspoon cups spinach ..
paprika
Vi cup butter 3 acup eggs bread(beaten crumbs') EXTRA MILDNESS EXTRA COOLNESS EXTRA FLAVOR

Cook the rice
in '
boiling salted water 3/4 cup nut meats (cut fine) ,
f? until tender and drain. Place in JA 'cup bacon fat '

ring mold and dry slightly in' oven. y teaspoon salty

Heat peas. Remove rice ring from ? teaspoon pepper SUCH A
mold and heap peas I in the center.
Chop the
spinach and add tki GRANDTASTINGCIGARETTE
Cover with
sauce made of the
tomato
beaten; eggs and other ingredient2
puree, seasonings and melted in -
the order
giv-
butter. Serve ..
very hot. >;
en. Turn into ; ( CA gELS! AND :::: a
Orange Sweet Potato Baskets. .
a greased ring {; "<';'
Cut large navel oranges in half I, mold and bake in THEIR EXTRA

and scoop out centers.. Cube the a moderately hot MILDNESS IS VERY ?n.Y
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pulp and fold in oven (375 degrees -

hot mashed sweet F.) about 30 min- L E S S IMPORTANTTOME ;' u

potatoes. Fill the, utes, or until it is !

orange shells and firm. Turn out on a hot, round
bake in a moder- platter. NICOTINE
.
ate (350 degrees ;
oven Savory Glazed Carrots. -
i ) for a p.proximately :
r Cook until onions are tender: '::
10 2 tablespoons than the average of the 4 other'
onion
r minutes. Then top each half orange 2 tablespoons butter, chopped largest-selling cigarettes tested-less than::
with a marshmallow and continue ''' of them 'z
baking until marshmallow is Flour carrots and saute with on- any -:according to independent SUE READ=3Sost s; ;<
and golden brown. Remove puffy from ions and butter for 10 minutes scientific tests .of the smoke itself Tclewsed Glrl rn Amera" "

oven and serve at once. 9 or 10 whole carrots, scraped ((5 to
6 inches long)
Baked Tomatoes and Shrimp. 2 tablespoons flour

5 freshvmedium-sized tomatoes 1h teaspoon salt THESMOKE'S

2 tablespoons butter Then pour on:

2 tablespoons diced green pepper 1 can consomme, diluted with

2 tablespoons minced onion J/fc cup water '
1 No. 1 &n shrimpdicedHollow THE v.
Cover tightly and cook until carrots
out tomatoes. Melt but are tender. Sprinkle with THING!
ter in frying pan and add diced chopped parsley,just before serving.

green pepper, onion, and shrimp. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)



FOUR THE CLEWISTON ,NEWS FRIDAY,
MARCH 28.. 1O11
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The other' day one of the high I j i ties of the :children of the Old 'Wo-1 The following

The Clewiston News I school girls called on one ,ot'the
business men and asked him to''j I playing Captain Kidd kidnapped the La Spagnola. ,, v''>
Published Friday In ClewHton, take an advertisement in the. schcJol j:: HONOR, ROLL Painted Doll, despite the effortsof Pale Moon. "
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS annual. ""Sure, I'll give you ten :i I 1st Grade-Orbie Luke," Thomas the Wooden .Soldier to save her. Down South.

Inc. dollars" was the reply. Then the I j, Walton, Hilton Williams, Howard "However,. Popeye: arrived to aid in KentuckyBabe,. .
student conscientiously explained Ashley, John Himrod Doris Adams, the :: -- '
I'I I II rescue.l1 t Ciri> iritlin.; -,,. .
KEATHLKY BOWDEX. Editor that' thisyear the ,rates were j i Helen Douglas, Helen Espenlaub The ,.secondcscene portrayed the, Down, by.the.\ : Old Mill' Stream.
doubled and that for the' ten dol',;Joan 'Sutton, Darlene Knowles.2nd wedding dthesWooden; ,Soldier and The Moore Haven.., High ,'School
Entered as second class mail matter lars 'the merchant would begiven Grade : Charlene Adams, the Painted "Doll. Leads were I band and Glee Club will give a return -
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office in only half the space as' in previous Carol Joy Alston, Joyce Turner, taken Bub '
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act or I by Mills, Gene' Doke, performance, ,for the, Clewiston.
,
March- 3, 'l817.Subscrlptloa .'; : years. "NoW' don't ask me ,8th/. .' c,
twenty dollars for: I'm not going Edwin Messer. Davis, Jacqueline Bledsoe, Eleanor ;

Rate $:.00 Per, Yenr.AdvertlalDC to give :you more than ten, and 'I' 3rd Grade-Bobby Berner, Lionel Von Mach and Ann Prewitt assisted -I DIAMOND BALL GAMES

what space you' give me doesn'tmatter Beatty, Gilbert. Stiles, Margaret by members. ,. of ", the Junior The FFA, chapter diamond ball
Rate On Application. ,,I' am just giving :you ten Himrod, Kay: Bowden, Gene Land, Chorus. team will play" -a game here :this
dollars for the annual." Which I Harry Vaughn, John Williams, afternoon with a" team from the
Devoted to the advancement and welfare simply meant that the merchant Shirley Benbow Ann Prewitt, RiCh- JI Okeechobee chapter' FFA.
of Clewiston and Hendry County., gladly donated ten dollars tQ the and I Knight.4th .] 'GLEE CLUB i 'Next" Friday the Pahokee FFA
:
high school annual. I I< Grade-Nadine Andrews,I The Clewiston High: School Glee ,,f boys 'willcome -here ,for a diamond

t-: *' Corinne Von Mach, Billy Arnette, Club 'Is, presenting a program in ball' game..', Other games will be
I
Incidentally, we firmly believe Christine ,Espenlaub, Jack Davis, Moore Haven, .,Monday, March 31. I scheduled later.
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that when the practice of gold- Richard McLeod, Danny Martin,

digging is abandoned we'll find Charles Miner, Billy Toulls. /NNNNN:..:NN:NNN:MNNNNNNNNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:MNNNNN. .NNNNN. .NN.NNNNN. .....1
RAMBLINGS I that people will really support 5th Grade-Not Reported.) y'i': ...
benefit performances of all kinds.' 6th Grade-Jo Ann Crouch, Mary y
By B. B. As it is now, our attitude has be- Louise Thomas, Gilbert McLeod, s
::
come one 6t indifference-we feel Charles Benbow, Louise Prewitt, :ii: rr. n ;

.:..:..:":..:..:..:-:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:+:..:..: ..:. that we'll be called upon to dig Harriett Alston, Grace Ward, Mary
down and donate, anyway. Wed- Ruth Johnson, Oliver Martinez.9th iis!

Up north people were looking for nesday night' there was a splendid Grade-Philip McLeod.

the first robin and hunting the performance at the school build-. 10th Grade Elbert Hooker, ..biI

bursted buds on the pussy-willows: ing-the U.S.S.C. band and the Gloria McDuffie. I :s: V ';"
fast week, for spring arrived according -I Glee Club gave a concert for the. '12th Grade-Renee 'Wethington, y.
to schedule ,on March 21st. benefit of the school band. The June Hooker, Julia Ogfesby, Dick '
In Florida we simply wait for the I admission was only a trifle, the Owen, Doris Hodges. e I::

temperamental, equinoctial weatherto I cause was a good one, and the --...- :iI: ,

adjust itself to the new season.."I-concert excellent. The weatherwas I 9TII GRADE I :: 00 110I' EAr

It's a time for spring bonnets, perfect, and the attendance rotted We ,are very sorry to lose severalof CLOTHES 5 i:

'and Easter clothes. It's a time for, Who's to blame? No indi- our classmates, Lynwood Dixonto ':' c -
vidual, or of individuals. It's Jacksonville school, Carrol Red- .s' I
house-cleaning and for packing group ..' ' j
away those woolen blankets and simply}' that we'vediifted into a ish to Uncle Sam and Dorothy .:. 0 ,.-.. woNOet
I
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sweaters and such. state indifference.. Adams. t y vA
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It has always seemed that springwas This is not directed at the school BENEFIT MOVIES i:: -.. ., +
a more suitable time for those annual; the P.-T. A., the Kiwanisor Good crowds are attending our --
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resolutions that we try to make on Garden Club or the Legion, nor benefit movies each Thursday' night. :: \ (Explanation on Page Eight) +
New Years Day. We are too ex- at any other group. The cost is nominal and the moneyis X X

hausted mentally from the festivi- There's no personal feelings in used to pay' for the moving picture | ,
ties of the holidays to make any this column,' either. We've done machine. Last' night, follow- ::: r (fr.t r :::

worthwhile resolutions on January our share of the' gold-digging ,in ing the school movie a, technicolor I

first. So now that spring is here the past, and we've been one of the sound film, "How Does Your Gar- |:i: Does your home look "moth eaten"-is :;:
and Easter is approaching we find worse offenders among the class den Grow" was presented for the 1

ourselves in a more receptive moodto who stay at home and listen to the Clewiston G.arden'. Club. There wasa :,i:, it in need 'of modernization? You can :;:
resolutions. radio. But it's time we called a good attendance of club mem- | ,

There's one resolution that every halt on our slip-shod habits. bers. The film was produced for:.1 :;: put it in A-l shape NOW, everything :i:
business man and public official '* the American Agriculture Corporation -. .
I
would like to see made by the various Having written this column, we and was brought to Clewistonby |:;: from, mothproof cedar closets to additional :1;=
C. B. Savage, salesman of West
organizations of the commun- expect to leave town on an extended ,-
ity, and the time seems ripe for vacation until the smoke Palm Beach. |:: rooms-and pay monthly on our modern :!=

such a resolution. And that is that dies down. If anyone comes look- Next Thursday's film program
includes "Gunfire Res loan, plan. See us a about, it. fPAGF. i
organizations refrain' from the time- ing for our scalp before we havea 'starring \: :: ::
honored practice of gofd-digging. chance to get out of town we'll Bell; a news film, "War in ,Eu,.1 ,

When a group needs money the take refuge in one. of the stores or rope"; a comedy, "Monkey Doodle,' I Y Y
common practice is to send, a com;' offices. and "chapter four, of "The Black: t5MITiT1 X L
mittee around to solicit donations- Coin. +

sometimes outright requests for y

money and sometimes thinly disguised : : . . . GRADE SCHOOL: OPERETTAOn | Y Y
as advertisings-land: the poor :MNNN:NN:NN:NNN:NNNNN:MNNNNN:NNN: Monday'evening, March 24, Y

merchant, businessman and officialIs the Clewiston ''School Chorus 'presented I I 1 o y y

forced to give* :.a.and." *give' and ,give. Birds of the ,EvergladesBy : tend. the operetta, '"Let's: Pre. Cf (OpOn y y


There is no business man or of- 'I ( Willard E. Dilley)_ The, story concerned the' activi .:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..

ficial in Clewiston who does not .. ...
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gladly do his part to support every I I.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..;. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..: :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:o-:..
good cause in the city: The pointis :it:7--; ; ; ;:

that this practice has reached The referred to' "Div- +
group as .!.S. ... .
amazing proportions and unless you ing Birds" includes the Grebes and
'
are where you can watch the steady Loons.' Both are sometimes, shot by ..s..s.... .'. ...i..i..s..s. ..

stream of. ,solicitors you have no hunters because of their resemblance .S..l. ,. ... .}
's'
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Idea of what the grand total is., : .s..s. .( ENJOY AN '. :
at a distance to ducks or .s..s. :> .:. : / ': :;", \' .s..s.
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Evidently this-', situation :is not their geese. pointed However beaks at a closer dispel range any :i::= ,.::; "; ,, : : .r :i==i=

confined to Clewiston and the prac- likeness to ducks.' I am also describing ::::i: :.. ,: ." ALL E'L'ECTRIC''r, :-'" '/': U::::
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tice has become a nuisance in in this article the Anhingaand I ; ;" \ :
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other communities. ,Last montha :::: 2
Cormorant, two birds not at all ..... ., .
Woman's Club in the central partof related to the Grebes Loons. .. .. ', ;'
and .r ii
; E'r .
the state adopted resolutions, .;M;. H 0 M '.;' .
which after the preamble of The Pied-billed Grebe is the '
smallest of the diving birds and :;::;: :s::::
WHEREAS, resolved that the club, '
may' he identified by its brownish- ++
nor its committees, nor any member .s..s. ...
,
grey color, and the_ rather blunt
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of the club would solicit do- N y
bill with a black mark about the ?y
.
nations from any business establish- .:..:. -- .

ment or individual unless full value middle.The Horned Grebe less :;::i: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ,:;z4: ;:
common
received were given. We have no ** of both the work and the of the :;::;:
doubt but that it was an occasionfor here than the Pied-billed, has two .... takes care pleasures ..s"s.I .

great rejoicing in the town, nor very distinct plumages, the winter i t home and that will do everything quickly efficiently ::(
do we doubt but that other clubs: I being grey above and white beneath I :.s..s.::: one ..s..

soon followed the example of the I and the summer rutty beneath with 1 :+:::+_: and economlca II y. .+'.;..
Woman's Club. I conspicuous tufts on the head. The 's'" .s'.s.i
.,' ( buff tufts on the:.,head give the i ::=:
I :: One penny will toast ,26 crunchy slices of toast, or : i
The worst offenders of'all are bird its name. In any color the S ....

those money-raising: schemes. whichare bird is' a little larger than the :si::: give your "eyes' two hour of safe reading light or operate : *;
has'a
group done and in the in which name of a some portion-local sharp former bill.species and I very *_ your radio' for most of a ,day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;:

sometimes a very large portionofthe The ,Common Loon is about the I ::!;::::i:; one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that YOU use. ::;:::::;: Ps -
:
funds raised out-of-town to .
go size of a goose but possesses a 'i"'S' ('.'

people remotely or connected concerns with who, are or even not sharp ter plumage stout beak.it is In rather its grey hard win-to :::;: .. That is why it is so' easy to have and enjoy a home .::::.t.;.:

interested in, the group, raising the distinguish from the next bird but ..:;....:;.. that IS. all electric and mo d ern.' '...r's' +
money. in its summer plumage its green .' .s'.syy-
.
I head and checkered back are dis- l yy
Any scheme to raise money fora tinctive characteristics. A# y

local cause should conform to ..s....: .'s'.s'.S. .....

value a standard.received It for should their give money people, grey The color Red-throated may be identified Loon in by the its :i:: ELECTRICITY. IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV-- :::::

and the profit should go to the more slender bill turned at a more y yy yyy
'upward angle and a scaled effect yy
real cause for which the money was ... '
given. This would not rule out on the back. In its summer plum- .i._ EXTRAVAGANTLY. .s"s'
ANT-USE .
many of the accepted methods of age the red throat is a good field 1 *..:;: :;::;:

raising money. Besides, rest as- mark. s ,s, y St?

sured that if any one really wantsto The Anhinga or Snake bird hasa I Ay yy. yy

give a' donation to the cause very slender head and snake-like .':...t' I I _"syy-

they can find opportunity to do so, neck. It sails beautifully whenin .s"s'? .s"s'
-
and if a business man knows that the air and may dive and swim ':.':' : /_. '.' ..s'.s't
he will not be subject to a steady with equal ease. r yyy
stream of his friends yy
and customers

for requesting that and donations for the other for this all year and times'The called Florida a Nigger-goose Cormorant, some-is an IIGlades Power and light Co. I 11 11st I IYY

long, he'll make an opportunity to expert diver and swimmer but is
donate. If he
wants to make a five rather awkward in flight. It is
dollar donation' and he is asked to Y YY
dark in color with
a slender hook- YY
buy a fifty; cent ticket to a play, .
he can still. give the five dollar ed bill. It is frequently seen t Y

donation, and do it without. the perched on a pile' or ,stump projecting 'f. :
feeling that he is forced into it. I 1:.:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..; :...;..:...:..:...:..:..:...:...:.. ...:..:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:-.o.t.. . . . ......:..$..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..;....:....:....:....:...1)
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS
FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941 PAGE FIVE

.
I Mrs. Irene Bailey of Bradentonis I ter party Tuesday evening. Her I King, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Palen, children to meet in the library on i

the guest of her niece, Mrs. W.I guests were Jane Sharp Bub Mills Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mr. and I Tuesday afternoon, at two o'clock.

G. Mathis. ', I and John Schiffli. ,The youngstershad Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mr. and Mrs. I Attending the 'meeting were; Mrs.

[L Personals ]] \ a special table in the Inn E. M. Cornette, Mr., and Mrs. A.I W. C. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli,

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. '''Vo.wellh-: d' dining room for their dinner and R. Broadfoot, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mrs. L. L. Spicer, Mrs. W.' C. Nall, s
attended the movies afterward. The Doke, Mr. 'and Mrs., Oris Burkett, '
as their guests at, theirhome' in Mrs. WH.. Lanier,' Mrs. R. W. I
I Liberty Point for the, week-end party was complete, with party Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mr. and Turk, Mrs.' H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. A. '

Franklin P. Lasseter, who, "re Mrs. Vowell's parents, Mr. and Mrs., frocks and corsages for the girls Mrs.. C. P. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. O. Ward, Mrs. C.L.- McLendon, ,
sides at the" Inn, is 'spending :this I W. A. Murray, and her 'brothers, and boutonnieres for the boys. O. A. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. A. 'Jones, Mrs: 'R. H. "_ u

week in Havana, 'Cuba. '. Lamar' and Charles 'Murrayt sand Earnest Davisson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Knight, Mrs: Zerney, Meredith,' Mrs. '
x ,__ ," : I her sister,. Mrs. J., A. Burgan, all .WINNIE AYERS CIRCLE ,MET H. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. W. L' Lott, Mrs. Nielsen, ..Mrs: B.
.
Charles 'E." Lewis-:" Miami is off West Palm. Beach. Lawrence, Mrs. and Mrs .J. Wj E: Herring, Mrs.. J.: H, 'Doty, Mrs. .. :,
spending several days in, Clewiston I The Winnie ; Ayers Circle met Grantham; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, "
t Tuesday afternoon at the home of Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sut- Mrs. E. L. Stewart
with' Mrs. E.
business. ,G. M. Ford, Jr., who his E:.
on ,: ; ; I friends Dick. Ulrich ,and Bill Ferris, Mrs. M. A. Thomas.. After a short ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Elkins. Kelly, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs.' G. ,..
; Scars- spent several days here during the business meeting study was resumed Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mr L. Royal, Mrs. W., W.: Perry, Mrs. '
.Edsen of -
Mr. and MrsH., : his on the circle's chosen study and Mrs. George Prevatt, Mr. and E. M. Cornette, Mrs. A. L: Hackett,
with parents
,dale, N. Y., arrived ,Monday for a spring vacation book. Mrs.' A. C. Carlton, Mr. and Mrs.
I Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. F. Deane
in Clewiston. I :Mr. ,and Mrs. G. M. Ford, left
two weeks' visit,, Thursday for Charleston, S. i : C., Refreshments were served to the : O. A. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Duff, Mrs. J. F.. Tippey, ,Mrs..' F. M. :

'. where ,all are students at, The following members, Mrs. A. R.' I Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Rodriguez, and Mrs. G B. Rack-
Mrs. Ruth B. Owensspent a .Citadel, ', ''_ r Adams, Mrs. W. F. Nail, 1\ rs. D. Mrv and Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mr. straw. .. .
few days over the week-end with ., ? B. Allen, Mrs. R. J.' Blount, Mrs. and Mrs. Eddie Ramsey, Mr. and "
relatives in Okeechobee. r:: ; Mrs. R. W. Turk Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Mrs. John E. Schley and daughter Fred Topper, Mrs. E. M. Cornette,
R. Krueger, Dr. and ''Mrs. J. G. FOR, SALE farm
Miss Harriet Pullen, of"Ashes Mrs. R. N. Childress, Mrs. W. G. -Cabbage in the
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of ville, N. C., are spending 'a few Mathis, Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs.M. Niblack, Miss Hazel Prince, Mrs. Hastings Section. Apply Don S.
Canal Point visited Mr. and Mrs.L. I A. Thomas'and one visitor, Blanche Turner, T. A. Prinson, J.
days here with Mrs. Schley's sister, Hanna, Hastings, Fla.,
J. Pape Sunday. Mrs. Nicholas V. S. Mumford. )\lr5.E. 'Mrs. W. E. Bailey.Y. Smith, R. M. Mosley, Eddie Mar- ",
kette, Connie Clark, Eugene vSwint,
M.\ Blake, who has been visiting
Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami here for several weeks, ,will ,return W. A. MEETINGON Lacy Polk, John Taylor. C. W. FOR RENT-Small furnished apart-
spent a few days in Clewiston; the to Asheville with Mrs. Schley. TUESDAY EVENINGThe I I Conners, Bob Harris, L. P. Ennis ment. ,F. L. Williamson.,' tt.I .
first of the week. '\ i and Adolph Driggers. ,

Miss Eleanor Blake Mumford ar- Y. W. A. of the' First Bap-
Mr. and Mrs.. S. L. Crochet ,and rived Saturday to spend the"spring tist Church met at the home of State C. of C.-"' '

daughter Sharon, attended a ball vacation here with her parents, Mr. Elizabeth Winn Tuesday evening.Mrs. CLEWISTON _

game in Miami Sunday. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford. Miss H. C. Meador gave an inter- TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
--.--- Eleanor is a teacher of history and esting talk to the girls, after which (Continued ,from Page 1) I
C. M. Lee of South Bay Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
.Mrs. geography in a private school at light refreshments were served. Angus steers have been in an even
Prompt, Efficient Service
Vivian
sister Mrs.
visited her ,
Plainfield, N. J. Her brother, Those attending were Doris ,shorter time but at twenty-eight

Smith Sunday. I Nicholas, who is a student at Moses Hodges, Louise Roath, Laura days showed an average gain of PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.

I Brown school in Providence, R. I., Bailey, Elizabeth Winn, Mrs. L. C. better than two and a half poundsper ]
of Vero Beach
Frank Snavely
arrived :yesterdayto spend his Miller, Mrs. B. E. Herring and Mrs. day.
visitor in Clewiston Wednes- I.
was a
spring vacation. Meador. Aside from the lemon-grass pulp
day. and molasses mixture and the pure J. M. COUSECounselor

i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krantz of McDANIELS ENTERTAIN WITH molasses no other feed is given with
Mrs., C. C. Klutts and Mrs. R. A. and Attorney at Law
Guntersville, Alabama, and Mrs. HOUSEWARMING PARTY: the exception of two pounds of cot-
Williams of :Moore Haven were Hopkins Building
i Joe Fish and children, Mary Jo ton seed meal to each animal each
visitors in Clewiston Wednesday.Mr. Wednesdays and Saturdays
and John David, of Kohoka, Mis- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McDaniels day and the necessary minerals.
9:80 to 4:00
souri, spent the week-end with Mr. held open house last Friday after-
and Mrs. Loren 'Lasher and
and Mrs. Clyde Egley. Mrs. Fishis I noon from four o'clock until eleven *
Garden Club
son Lance, of Baltimore, spenta = : ,
''Mr; Egley's sister and Mrs.' o'clock that night at their 'new Glaasea Scientifically Broken LenseiDuplicated
few 'days in Clewiston on, business -
Krantz is ,their ,mother. Mr. and home on West Osceola Avenue into Fitted and Repaired
the latter part of the week. \
-.......---. Mrs. Krantz, Mr. and Mrs. Egley which they moved recently. (Continued from Pag< 1) DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist

Col. Conklin, district engineerof and Mrs. Fish: spent, Sunday in Mi The hostesses was assisted by I mittee. Mrs. Kolstad asked all ...

" the Norfolk1: District of U. S. En- ami., Mrs. W. J. Robinson and Mrs. who wished to help with organizing Phone 108 G Collier Arcade
Florida
Fort Myern.
gineers, was, here on business Wed- E. Wenzloff in receiving g G'I of conducting story hours for the ;Successor to K. H. OakleyHOME'

nesday. I SON ARRIVES" ; and in serving refreshments.

home was beautifully
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle are
with cut flowers. A cake
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfootand huge was
family spent Sunday in Boca I the proud parents or'a", baby son I cut for serving to the guests with I Johnson's Fish Camp }
who arrived Monday night, March .
Grande as guests of Mr. and Mrs. other refreshments. I
Joseph Spadaro._ 24, at' Good Samaritan Hospital in I Out-of-town guests included Mr. (Near Hurricane Gate) .

West Palm Beach.' The young and Mrs. Austin Gaskill, Mr. 'and Clewiston, Fla.

Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. E. C. Mills, man weighed seven pounds and I Mrs. J. M. Gaskill and Miss Esther I Boats and Motors-Guide Service OWNER'SH.4
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. H., ten ounces at birth and will be McCall of Fort Myers and Mr. and '''Rate ReasonableW.
in named ,Jennings W. Ezelle,, Jr.j.t Mrs. F. C. Gordie of Moore Haven. I
J. B. Scharnberg were visitors : H. Johnson, Men I
Fort Myers Saturday., Local guests were: Mr. and Mrs.C. .
MRS. 11.V.. BIGG ENTERTAINS E., Sapp, Rev. and Mrs. H. C.
Mrs. Charles E. Smith V -and' son,: WITH BRIDGE LUNCHEONThe Meador, Mr. and Mrs. W.T.. I I

Charles, ,Jr., and,-daughter,'":'Jesgy*, ,-' ( i Wheeles, Mr. !,and,.Mrs.:.,Bob: Ragers' ,
spent Friday here with'Mr. and 'Clewiston"Inn"wasthefscene' ; Mr. and Mrs.. J. F. Morrison, Mr. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Mrs. E. ''E. Kelly., ', :' .' .' of a pretty bridge luncheon Tues- and Mrs. J. :G. Meredith, Mr. and ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

day when Mrs. Malcolm WBigg Mrs. ,H. C. Jones, Mr.: and Mrs. W. ?Maps Estimates

Mr. and Mrs. Frank E., Conkling, entertained for Mrs. Herman J. Roberson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph JOHN H. DOTY
Sr., of Zephyrhills, spent the week: Scharnberg. Lunch was serve'd at Williams' Mr. and Mrs. -G. H. YOU DON'T ,
Consultant
end here with Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank 1:30 on the terrace at the Inn and ,,Brown Mr. and Mrs. H. 'E. Engineering
I bridge tables were. arranged, on' ,Hopkins ,Bldg. Clewiston Fla.AMERICA'S NEED CASH FOR YOUIJREPMRSorREMODEUNG
E. Conkling, Jr. :Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bullen, TheUS'j'
the upstairs porch' for' the"patty.Mrs. Mrs.
I A. W. Davis. Mr. and
pI Mrs. Mary' Hartman of. Glencoe,II Bigg presented a lovely I Clyde Baker, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Pa., is 'arriving tomorrow for a I wastebasket to Mrs." F. M. Dod- !
visit with Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Ley- riguez as first prize; a tray to Mrs.:

dig and family. De ne' Duff as ,second, prize; a I
luncheon set to Mrs. Keathley'' Bow- BABY CHICKSNow NO. 1 QUALITY I DELAYED

Mrs. J. W.. ,Francis and daugh- den as low prize; a flower arrange' L ,1 BAKING NO

ters, Mary Catherine and Judith, ment group, to Mrs. John G. Getz booking orders for deliveryany I TAPE
of Canal Point spent the week-end as cut prize. Mrs. Scharnberg received time after March 12th. Order I! o

here with- Mr. and Mrs. A. O. I a' white bag as honor ,guest; direct, from advertisement or will i i

Ward. and remembrances talcum to book for $1.00 per hundred,

Mrs. E. M. Blake; crystal,Blighter ance to reach us 10 days ual-I POWDER'C.
Mrs. Keith Hartsfield and children to Mrs. Getz; stationery 'to Mrs. shipment. All leading breeds BishopWilsonLumber

? expect to leave Tuesday to John B. Murphy; cards to Mrs. H. Grade as English White Leghorns,

join Mr. Hartsfield in Jacksonville, Edsen; sachet to Mrs. ,J. W. Brown Leghorns, Rhode Island I S. Co.

where he was recently transferredby Francis; and stationery to Miss Reds, New Hampshire Reds, White

the U. S. Engineers.Mrs. Eleanor Mumford were given by and Barred Plymouth Rocks, White CLEWISTON, FLA..

the hostess. and Black Miuorcas, White Wyan- .....
W. M. Bradnack, who has I The guest list included Mrs. dottes, $8.00 per hundred delivered. O ft

spent most of the winter in Orlando Scharnberg, Mrs. Getz, Mrs. Francis, Send for complete price list. + ,

returned this week. She and Miss Mumford, Mrs. Edsen, Mrs. nole Hatchery' Fort 'Myers, semi-I !
Mr. Bradnack are occupying the I',Murphy, Mrs. Blake, Mrs. H. A. 4t. to April 4. I tf.phorphat.doublractMg W

"! Cuttino home on the government Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.
reservation.Mrs. / Duff, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. M. ttE I. Seed of bright for idea mm to bookbc.occtu IIDPCOTC. o boa Wioc.

E. Von Mach, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, 50c ADDITIONAL SAVINGS. If ... iumfbrd 1 B Hn*fowotf; 9
f Dan N.Rjimford,Rhode liUad. I
.. S. L. Crochet, Mrs.' M. E. Mrs. E. L.- Stewart, Mrs. R. Y.Patterson you clip this ad and bring it Mont
Von Mach and Mrs. C. E. Miner Mrs F. E. Conkling,
with your radio to Sears' modern,
accompanied their daughters, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Keathley
Sharon, Eleanor and Rachel, to Bowden, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,; MrF. /?. completely equipped service depart- t:..:..:..:_:_:_:..:_:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)

Ie3 South Bay recently where the little M. Rodriguez, Mrs. W. E.: Bol- ment. Worth 50c on labor on any ;

t girls attended the sixth birthday ton, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Airs. N. 'V. S. radio repair. ..:'. A Few .'.:

party of Dolores Yon. Mumford, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. ':. {.

H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. O. A. Jones, {..S.tMfSi'P'j. )- ; 'u'... :K" A1HIo. > ':. .'"
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly spent Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs., ,,' J. W. y

the week-end in Jacksonville. Ac- Ezelle, Mrs.. J. W. Moran Mrs. H. 1000 1st Street, Ft. Myers, Fla. :f. Choice Residential Lots *
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Cara- V. Briant, and Mrs. C. L. Downs. I
A'r
wan Nelson and Miss Louise Hood -
. of Jacksonville, they spent Sundayat MRS. BROWN HOSTESS AT : 1j

tine.Marine Studios near St. Augus CHINESE CHECKER PARTY FOR SALE i! I j Listed For Quick SaleAbstract IJ I Iy

Mrs. G. H. Brown entertainedwith I

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Beck of a Chinese checker party Fri- ..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.
Fort Lauderdale were Sunday visi- day afternoon for Mrs. Loren Lasher :f Cash Only to date .1.1f :
tors in Clewiston. Mrs. Beck, who of Baltimore. AT A VERY .REASONABLE _

is chairman of the sixth district of High prize was won by Mrs. R. PRICE f''

the state federation of Garden jN., ..Smith and a guest remembrancewas "
:: : : Title '
Clubs, called on Mrs. Leah Spicer, given to Mrs. Lasher and to ', Perfect _

"y president of the local Garden Club. Mrs. Otis Black.. Others playingwere Lots 21 J and' 22 In y: .

Mrs. W. L. Lott, and Mrs. ?, t
1 Mr and Mrs. Gideon H. Brown Carl Johnson. Refreshments of I Block 208 .c
had as their guests Sunday Mr. and cookies and ice cream sodas were
" Mrs. C. J. Brown and Miss Gwen- served. .* J. E. Beardsley'
....... \
'
: : : :-.j
.; dolyn Brown of South Bay, Mr. x

and Mrs. George Royal and sons, JANE., MURPHY'S PARTY 5.: REAL ESTATEFHONE' : :
Larry and Charles, of South Bay, T- Mrs. Louis Mor
"Mr. and Mrs. Shimer Gove and Little Jane Murphy, daughter of :
( Sandra Gove of Eustis and Mrs. Mr. 'and Mrs. John B.' Murphy, who GOO N. CLINTON, ST. .' 66 ;
Ii; Ted Daniels and son, Seth, of Miami has been spending several weeks at I :
I _. ART LAWRENCE EVELYN KELLEMSK
,
r. and. Adolph Driggers of Clew- the Clewiston Inn with her' mother, I Gillespie, Ill. ::

r iston. entertained with a dinner and thea- 1 J ...;.........,......................:........-....................................................._......................................................................:........................'...........l.





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I came to Matanuska as a teacher -
but it was the valley, I found, --------IMPROVED-------* TOE CHEERFUL :
:
that was teaching me things. Its UNIFORM : dljOfr
INTERNATIONAL
first lesson seemed to be that fron-

:! ntLamp44tlley 1.! tier life 'was the mother of inven- I when soma one does

tion and the father of resourcefulness. SUNDAY noble
For I learned how to attach a LessonBy ,. dee.d

wire handle to a discarded gasolinecan Or springs '*. thov9htI I
and turn it into a water pail, HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST; D. D.

:THE STORY SO FAR_ .., and how to cover an empty packing Dean of The of Moody Chicago.Bible'Institute tbat4 true..

Carol Coburn. Alaska-bom daughter of a Lander breaks with TrumDuii and moves case with chintz and convert it intoa (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I. mates Feel as ,
"bush rat" who died with an unestabllshed to Sock-Eye Schlupp'ssh ck. dressing table. I learned how to me.
mining claim returns North to teach Indian Carol gets the school job'at Matanuska stuff duck feathers into proud myself .
Ruddock's aid. But there'sno a sugar bag Lesson for March 30
through Doctor '
Aboard ship she Is annoyed by
school.
-with
the
residence lettering boiled off in lye As if I'd
rescued schoolhouse for her. For
Eric (the Red) ErIcson and'la by
Sidney Lander, young mining engineer. Lan she gets an abandoned shack. But Carol water-and call it a pillow, and howto Lesson subjects and Scripture 'texts selected done it D j
der working for the Trumbull company is optimistic about Matanuska.The make sheets out of ,factory cot- and copyrighted by International too., o
shack thorough ton and dish Council of Religious ,Education; used ,by (It'1cCAN'
which Is fighting Coburn's''clam., is engaged truly needed some towels out of flour permission !
to Trumbull's daughter. overhauling and Sock-Eye helped.I sacks, and'eve a Dutch oven out

_ INSTALLMENT VII of two boxes interlined with choppedoat CHRIST'S COMMISSION
straw. I relearned how to whit- 0WNU

It was not, I could see, a very 'laid the table, using a newspaperfor 'tle shavings from a spruce stick and LESSON TEXT-Luke 243653. '

appealing abode.- It looked, with its a cloth, while the old-timer be- start a fire, and chop wood without GOLDEN TEXT-Behold, I send the promIse -

sagging and snow-mattressed roof side the stove cooked bacon and standing in a tub to protect my feet, of my Father upon you.-Luke 24:49 .
boil and Service.
and its time-weathered timbers, : eggs and put coffee on to to say nothing of the discovery that

about as inviting as a mausoleum.Nor punched two holes in the top of a birch logs split easiest when frozen.I Calvary and the darkness of the

did it add to my joy when I milk tin with his hunting knife. He knew how a baking-powder tin tomb gave way to the glory of the
and quick-
saw Sock-Eye, kicking away the was surprisingly adroit could be turned into a biscuit-cutter resurrection morning. Jesus had
snow, disclose the flattened-out bodyof handed about it all. When he sharp- now bag burlap with appeared to the two on the Emmaus 1
a design cro-
a dead coyote lying there, its ened a stick and on it speared a cheted on its ends made a passabledoor road, and when they hurried backto

teeth grinning malevolently up from- slice of bread, which he I began found mat, how a broom handle fast- Jerusalem to tell the eleven disciples DEPARTMENTSALESMEN
at the stove front '
,
toasting who behind
the uncovered jawbones.My bread ened across a room corner curtainedoff were gathered
companion, with a. prompt the aroma of that browning with calico converted the same barred door, they found that He

sweep of his foot, brushed the frozen mixing the with the aroma And that I realized came into a clothes closet, and how life, had already appeared, not only to

carcass to one side and swung open from coffeepot. food after all, was mostly what you madeof the women, whose story they did not WANTEDSalesman
the door. Doors in Alaska, I remembered there were times when was it. believe (see v. 11), but also to Peterv.

were very seldom more important than philosophy. I'd ( 34). While they were excitedly wanted:' Candy Drug. Tobacco.
easier never liked that red-rusted old Sell original Candy Mint Laxative lOc Inrolls.
locked.I "Things is goin' t' come stove of mine discussing this great wonder, appar- .Your :Jackpot[ Mail lOc. Samples ter..
explained Sock-Eye as we ate to- standing as it did a con:). Eric alhomint,251 twayneErtePa.
between
had to shut my teeth tight so monument of ently torn belief and unbelief
neglect at the
centerof
the trembling of my chin wouldn't gether with the honest and una- joy and sorrow, suddenly """
my new family circle. So
bashed of the hungry, "onceyou've on a BABY CHICKS
betray me. For about all that musty- appetite sufficiently mild afternoon when I Jesus appeared;) coming through the
and deep-shadowed room took root here. barred door and greeting them witha
smelling could afford to let the fire go downI Blood-Tested Chicks. Popular breeds $5.50
held was an untidy wall bunk, a "And made friends with my neigh- decided blessed message of peace.I. 100 assorted for layers $4.65. Cockerels
sandpaper off some of S2.35. Postage prepaid. RUSHTON La-
table and two wooden chairs with' bors, I added. the rust and replace it with a bright A Risen Christ for Fellowship FOLLETTE. Box :315, Milltown, Ind.

roughly spliced legs. I could see "You ain't got no neighbors within and shining coat of black lead. (vv. 36-43)).

where the smoke pipe had fallen froma a mile," ,countered Sock-Eye. The old sack I'd The disciples were bewildered and

rust-stained stove and where rodents "And the valley folks nacher'ly ain't around potato waist didn't leave pinned slow to believe. Perhaps we would Man's PowerIt

had been attacking a grub box I goin' t' fall over themselves t' wel- looking any my too regal. My hair came me have done no better. I is impossible to imagine the

imperfectly armored with a Joseph'scoat come you, seein' you was sent in down and my hands took on a dis- Note how patient and gracious He height to which may be carried ina

of flattened-out tobacco tins. here by them Juneau bureaucrats.Yep tinctly negroid tint. On my face, was in dealing with these frightenedand thousand years, the power of

Above it was a dish shelf with a ; you'll have t' stoke that ol' too, I must have smudged a good in sense. stupid-disciples.. man over matter 0 that
of
few rusty pans and showing' firebox yourself. And rustle your- deal of the black lead that should He might have been so discouragedby moral science were in a fairway

sadly chipped crockery.. own grub and wood and ,water. I have gone elsewhere. And just as their unbelief as to be short and of improvement, that men would

But even more revolting was the =- ---=0. I was wielding my polishing brushon sharp with them, but He was not. cease.to be wolves to one another,

filth that covered the floor.SockEye's the last rough-surfaced old stove We need to learn of Him. There are and that human knowledge wouldat

questioning glance leg a visitor walked into my' hum- weak brethren even in the church of length learn what they now

must have detected some shadow of ble abode and stood regarding me Christ who need our tender and pa- improperly. call humanity-Ben-!

hopelessness on my face. with a quietly bewildered eye. tient consideration (see Rom. 15:1; jamin Franklin. r
"
"You a-goin' t' stick it? he chal- "Where will I find Carol Coburn?" I Thess. 5:14)'. Christ died for the

lenged. an unexpectedly well modulated weak brother too (I Cor. 8:11).

"I've got to"," I said. "There'sno r:. =pi voice inquired of me.I What a blessed time of fellowshipthe FOR HEAD
other way. I disciples and the Lord had to-
My companion, as he turned and knew who it was, even before
gether. Such times are greatly
she told
swept that room with a saturnineeye iii me.
needed for our mutual encourage- COLDS
proclaimed that an old skinflint "I'm Carol Coburn," I told her,
ment. Let us not forsake the assem-
should have two as quietly as I could. "Won't
like Sam Bryson you
bling of ourselves together (Heb. 10: Just 2 drops rush out
"But sit down?
inches of lead in his gizzard. Penetro Nose
25). In a day of need and trial those
since he's put you here, I'm agoin't' She blinked at me, for an incredu- that fear the Lord should speak stantly.start Drops will inclogging miseries

give you a hand t' git planted." lous moment or two. often with one another and with the you on the -rush in vitalizing"opennose"
I had thought of Sock-Eye as a "I'm Barbara Trumbull," she an-
Lord (Mal. 3:16; I John 1:7). healing air.
old But as he way out of
maundering man. nounced."I .
II. A Dependable Book for Guid-
threw off his coat and got busy I know I murmured I colds'misery.Remember.
as poured
ance and ,Instruction (w. 44-46). free and easy breathing
realized I had, altogether misjudgedboth water into my tin basin and engagedin Jesus gave His own endorsementto takes the kick out of head coldshelpscut

his skill and, his strength.His a hasty struggle, to remove some the Old Testament asa depend- down the time these colds hang on.So
first act was to force open the of the black lead. "Can't I make this winter-head off head colds'misery
able record of the prophecies con- with genuine Penetro Nose Drops. Trial
windows. you a cup of tea?" cerning His person and His workof size, 100. Large regular size, only 250.
Then, grunting with indignation, "No thank you," she said with a redemption. The critics of God's

he went at the'place like a cyclone.He second'I study of my partially Word ,must face the fact that their

tumbled the greasy table and "It kin ease your mind cleansed face. She pulled up her man-made theories are in conflict Need of Patience

chairs out into the snow and scrapedthe consider'ble." sleeve and looked at a jeweled wrist with the testimony of the Son of How poor are they that have not

litter from the floor. Then he watch. "I'm flying back to Anchor: God. Of the two, we know whomwe patience! What wound did ever

left me alone with my worndownstub s'pose you've got a shootin' iron?" age in ,a few minutes." will believe! heal but by degreesShakespeare. -

of a broom. He reappearedwith I didn't see, I told him, how a .
"I'm'sorry I said in the silence
; Notice that of,
an important part
a rusted axhead, into which he shooting iron could solve any of my
that ensued.
the Lord's fellowship with His dis-
fitted rough handle of birch wood. problems. ,
a
"
"You know Sidney Lander, she their
When he started to shovel the ashes "It kin ease your mind consider'ble ciples was devoted opening
DON'T BE BOSS.ED
observed. She said it softly. But it minds so they could understand the
him "There's
stove-box I told to
from the argued Sock-Eye. no
was like the softness of velvet witha Scripture. The word "opened"might
save them, as they'd come in handy satisfaction like knowin' you've gota razor blade wrapped up in its be translated "disentangled." BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
scrubbing.. six-gun in reach. 'Kind o' perks CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY
folds.
By the time he had a fire going you up when you're alone. And I He took out the prejudices, the
"And? I prompted, feeling that ideas, and set them free to .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
and snowwater melting in our galva- reckon I got an ol' blunderbuss or all the frostiness wasn't to be on one wrong and the due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
nized tub I'd unearthed a shriveled two I kin be, bringin' over t' you." understand appreciate do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
side.
cake of yellow soap and a lopsided I was afraid to thank him for Scriptures.III. morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
"And you know, of course; that helping start the day full of your
scrub brush. While I scoured the what he had done. It didn't seem A Great Message for Procla- you and feeling like a
normal ,
we're to be married next summer? energy pep
table and chairs to be the I mation (vv. 47-49).
grease-blackened valley way. merely million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
continued it half
she making a question #
with hot water and wood ashes he stood in the doorway watching himas Fellowship with Christ and a your night's rest or interfere with work the-
and half a challenge. of God's Word which does next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
dragged the bunk mattress out into he trudged off in the snow and ", knowledge
"Yes, he told me about that, I witnessfor laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
it the lost in the blue-tinted darkness. not result in an aggressive
the
snow, emptied pounded was acknowledged.And handy and economical...a family supply
last of the dust from it, and refilledit Him is quite useless. We meet costs only
with wild hay which he comman- CHAPTER VIIII again I, heard the musical Him and learn His truth that we FEEN-A-MINT
with ice. 101
laugh edged
it all nations not
deered from a pole-stack at the may carry out to ,
back of the clearing.At "You and Sidney, I understand, forgetting (note it!) to begin at the
learned more about the valleyof had a very adventurous trip together -,
wicked Jerusalem which is Tight at
last everything smelled clean ,
the Muddied Waters-for that, in a few weeks ago." Happy StateA
and seemed different, and the sing- the language of the local Indians, "We got storm bound on the trail," our doorstep.The sound Mind in a sound Body,

ing of the old iron kettle, on the was what the word "Matanuska" I explained. "But he survived it, business, and the only busi- is a short but full description of a

drum stove was almost homelike.But meant.. It revealed itself as a deep- quite unscathed." ness, of the Church is that witness.We happy of State in this world.-

my spirits declined to rise'as soiled ,and lightly timbered valleyof "That's what wanted to make need to renew our commission, Locke.

they should. almost two hundred square miles, sure of," said the lady in the mink get it clearly in mind, and then

Sock-Eye, after spitting into the with a friendly huddle of mountain coat, ignoring the ,touch of acid in proceed to carry it out. "But,"

rusty stove front, reached for his shoulders that cut off the Arctic my voice. But her eyes narroweda someone may say, "we are not able PA'WITH

coat and crossed to the door. winds and framed the lowlands in little. Then, with great delibera- for this great task." Of course not; fEMALE

"I'm a-goin' over t' the village," I eternal white. Diagonally across tion, she drew off the luxurious but He is able, and will enable us.

he offhandedly announced. "We've a the valley ran the Matanuska River, gauntlet that covered her left hand.It Note that the message is one of WEAK, CRANKY
one-hoss store there. I'll see if I and that river repentance and remission of sins "in
up in the open season, was a very white hand. And .on NERVOUS FEELINGS-
kin rustle a pair o' blankets and the salmon came in swarms. Here the third slender finger I could see His name." The gospel of Christ is You women who suffer pain of Irreg-

pack in a mite o' grub for you." and there, along the lower benches the glitter of diamond. the primary need of men and wom- ular periods and are nervous dIsturb-cranky

When he returned I stood blinkingat little patches of land had been "That's his ring," she quietlybut en, boys and girls, in your commu- due ances to should monthly find functional Lydia E. Pink-

the size ,of his sleigh load. cleared, mostly as subsistence farms conclusively announced. "Do you nity and mine; yes, and to the ham's Vegetable Compound simply
"Git in o1 marvelous to relieve such annoying
out the cold he
earth.
com- ends of the
for hill trappers and disheartened want to stop my marriage? very symptoms.
manded. "I reckon I purty well gold-seekers, like old Sock-Eye and It impressed me' as rather primi- IV. An Ascended Lord to Worshipvv. Plnkham's Compound Is relieve made
help
to
know what a cheechako needs. especially for women
Sam Bryson. On 'those farms they tive. But I was at least compelledto ( 50-53)). such distressing feelings and thus
I felt my throat tighten. grew two-pound potatoes and thirty- respect the lady's directness. The ascension of Christ is not help them go" smiling thru such
"You can't do'this Overl,000,000women
for "dltncultdays.
contended me, I pound cabbages and oats and rye "What makes you think I could?" 'often made the subject of a sermonor have reported remarkable benefits.

the table as end.Sock-Eye piled thingson and hay as high as a horse's back. She, apparently, both suspectedand message in the church, but it is WORTH TRYING I Any drugstore.

"I ain't a-doin' it For the growth from that black soil, resented my air of guilelessness. an important doctrine of Scripture.It .
for he _
you, of the workof
the
marks
completion
retorted. "I'm once played on by its bath of twenty- .
a-doin' it for 13 41
ol' He rustled your hour sunshine, was prodigious. "My convictions in that quarter Christ, and His return to the placeof WNU-7 -
pappy. many a mess
But the little homestead shacks she said honor at the 'right hand of the
o' grub for me." I seem to be weakening,
That didn't take the lump from found, were scattered and far apart, with a languid sort of asperity. Father. There, before the Father's CREATING

my throat. I watched him in silence and life, apparently, was still pre- "Then why bother about the'source throne, He is the advocate of every NEW WEALTH

as he disinterred two candles from carious, with no fixed market for of them?" I countered, a little tiredof believer, the pledge and assur- Y

his store supplies and lighted them."Evenin' the settlers' 'produce and no final being accepted as merely an Audrey -: ance of a perfect and eternal fel ORDER
lowship'between God and believingman. TO
'pears to be comin' on," reward for a short season of indus- of the backwoods.

he said. "I reckon I may as well try after a long season of hiberna- "Why are you fighting my father 9 Advertising creates new

stay an' have chow with you." tion.Yet ?" John Trumbull's daughter The worship which the disciplesgave wealth by showing people new

I started to thank, him, but he the valley was rich. It could, rather abruptly demanded. "And to Christ as He ascended wenton and better ways or living,andas
short. according to Lander they returned to their appointed it creates new w:alth it con-
cut me Sidney prove making Sidney break with the one as of
"When you git settled," he said. itself the grub bag of the North.Its man who could have him amount to place of witness, for they continu- touched tributes by to the the flow prosperity of money

"You'll. have t' have a gas lamp. soil was drouthless and inex- something? It won't, of course, do ally praised Him. Such should be which everyone is set up. In this way, don't you

And I'll tote over a hunk of sour- haustible. And under that soil it had any good." the attitude of every true believer.In see, advertising is a social force which is

dough for your bread-makin'. And, coal in abundance. And through all "Then what are you worryingabout the temple of his own heart there working in the interest of every one of us

meanwhile, I'll leave you a slab o': its outer hills it had game enoughfor ?" I found the courage to in- (Should always be the joy of the Lordas everyday of and the year, bringing us new

deer meat that'll help tide over the an ever-enduring backlqg on the quire. r' He is there worshiped and wealth to use enjoy.

week end." fires of hunger. (TO BE CONTINUED; adored







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I J Shaking liver .1 OUR COMIC SECTION .1 What's in a Name? "', "I".::..tv.J'

Good ExerciseFor ,. >
RECENTLY Mrs. :R. A. Wells t
Texas, .pur- '.'.:r !

Mind, Body. D I Events in the lives of Little Men I 0 I In an chased the agent Rainey a named'home subdivision on Fawcett.'Water.street from. '. : "


By DR. JAMES W. BARTONReleased The John BULL CHINA SHOP M '
( by Western Newspaper Union.) I located in Beloit W !.
A FRIEND asked me to look'JL vJA' E.H/OO YoU /,', Mrs. Crum used to serve

!. JL\ an "exerciser" for KNOW WHAT 8fAMEI ,;'t, meals in Binghamton, N. Y.

which he had taken the agency.It OF f; WASH LINE 1 .! colored IVORY residents WHITE of is State one of Line the,

consisted of a square box on Mass.

which he askedme Bessie Scarff owns a dress

to sit or stand. TODAY'S shop in Xenia, Ohio.
I stood on the Mr. KNOTT is a nephew"

box he touched a HEALTH TEY MAk W& Mrs. HOLE of Cass Lake, Minn.

button and immeCOLUMN Mr. Fudge operates a ,candy
diately the box store in Gary, Ind.

and I began to vibrate. %
I told him that this was the same y : f i NEX / -
idea as the mechanical horse foundon N4\\\ fi' These Cuddle Toys

shipboard or in a gymnasiumwhich
"shook up" Will Delight Kiddies

r the whole body..
What about these
mechanical seats or
F1 horses? Can they
help the body? ""
'
There is no question Sao a7
v' but that the vi- 6l
brating'of the entire
r *.Ma' body in.this manner

<,...,. is helpful. Movement l
w of all kinds is
t stimulating which is x o't / op lido O p:D

Barton just what many bus
ness men and othersDr.
need after sitting for hours at a time
,
"t desk.
at their

For a long time I wondered how ,
I
these men with country estates keptas 1A'
well physically as they did, despite Pattern No. Z9034.
: the fact that they were often
ALL padded and preened are
very heavy eaters. It was only
the hen and her
proud
when I remembered that so manyof
them did a lot of riding that I rooster hubby. They've plaincolored -
wings, tail feathers: and
found the answer. The jogging of
combs-and not ruffled featheron
the horse was just what was needed, one
their 13-inch
to stir up their.liver, empty the gall printmaterialbodies.
4 bladder, and stimulate bowel action. .
*
For years it was believed that exercise 'Pattern Z9034, 15c, enables you to make .
that shook up or squeezed the both hen and rooster into delightful cud- -
liver would make the bile flow and dIe toys: for the kiddies. Send order to:

this was proven a few years ago.
by research workers at McGill uni- HUH, AUNT l\IARTIIA
I
versity. In fact I recently came G1MME THE MECHANIZED UNITS :
I'' Box 1 6.W Kansas City, Mo.
across a rhyme in a little book"By1ways S 'PEAHOOTE'R IDOH'TTHIHK'IT5V1WXJLD o Enclose 15 cents' for each pattern
MAUOR
''j to Health" by Wood and Dans- RS ALARM S desired. Pattern No.............
dill ME MUCH
as follows: $ '' ITT6 Name ...............................
"A jaundiced young gent in an attic
Once thought he had trouble hepatic M a E Ed j Address............................

I' ? (liver) 1 I
He bought him a flivver 4
I Which ,shook up his liver' ] II
I
And now .his mentality's ecstatic." Don't be aBlowhard
_._._ ...
-
I For those that are uabie'orunwill- .
ing to ride, and for those who are T : !
unable to take active exercise, anything -' '
that will shake up'the liver will J
help them mentally and physically.For T Ii'fr4JK Remember that your nose is not
made of rubber. If you keep on
the vast majority of the blowing and blowing, it's bound to
middle-aged who do not play golf or : become red, sore, and swollen. So
other games, a daily walk at a brisk .E stop blowing.The .
modern to clear
,
easy way
'pace, some bending exercises with' stopped-up nostrils due to a coldis
? knees straight, and not eating heavy : to use Mentholatum. All you need
meals should keep liver and bowels; 'I-IM-M M :do: is insert this gentle ointment in-
active and the mind. :free from de R side your nostrils-spread some out-
side, too. See how quickly it clearsup
o pression. ', : :ci'tz E &IATTER, -> the stuffiness and relieves,irrita-
;
and
tion-how it checks sniffling
?
iI .
r4 sneezing.
Vaccines of ValueIn ,",' Once you use Mentholatum :you'11
P say it's wonderful It helps m so -
"I many different ways that you should
Preventing Colds always remember this: For Discomforts -
1: of Colds-Mentholatum. Link
r 0 ; them together in your mind.
, SOME years ago a survey was
,z from the northeast to
southwest part of the United States :- Believing III .
(from Maine to California) to see P'By Men are much more prone (the -
just what effect the weather had on greater the pity) both to speak and
causing colds. Taking a strip of territory \ believe ill of their neighbors thanto
some miles wide, it was found speak or believe well of them.-
that at certain seasons of the year, C. M. PayneWNU Thomas a Kempis.
fall and winter, the number of coldsin 0QlltA

California was as large as. in lD IyY .yIN WMDIL. C.I .
Maine. HANDY Name ll4c4 JARS

Now it is not as cold in Californiaas 5*
in Maine, so that cold weather, --- MOROLIN AND
in itself, is not a cause. of the com- J=OREoS' I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU L
mon cold. p SAY THIS WILL COST

On returning from summer cot- 1VEDOLLARfN f 'I Education's Effect
tages it is'the "usual" thing for (- v / 'a Education makes a people easyto
many 'individuals to develop head I \ lead, but difficult to drive; easy'to
colds. It is agreed that it is the "A" ) govern, but impossible to en-
.
5)jj
leaving of the outdoors to live indoors o I \y slave.-Lord Brougham.CONSTIPATION.
whether in Maine or in Cali-
fornia that is the cause of a great f
number of colds. It is not only los- tt 1 War V '

ing the outdoor moist, fresh, "sun- .
shine" air, but breathing the still
P ,
and acid indigestion headaches. belching
dry, dust laden air of the indoors 'bloating,dizzy spells,sour stomach,bad breath.
that irritates the lining of the nose, when due to constipation,should be corrected
throat, sinuses and bronchial tubes. ." immediately with B-LAX. These conditions
often cause lack of appetite energy and pep.
i, You are reading and hearing If you don't feel relieved after the first dose of
more about getting vaccinated B-LAX-your druggist will refund your money.

against getting smallpox, hay fever,
diphtheria and scarlet fever. What
about the vaccines for colds? Will
they prevent colds? BUT I OH, ALL RIGHT I'LL' BEACONS of'

Dr. L. D. Bristol, New York, in the SAID U FORE- .I J,
American Journal of Public Health, FOUR SAFETY
gives results of treatment of stand-
0rr and stock (cold) vaccines, in six different o Like a beacon light on
groups of factory workers the height-the advertise-
(totaling more than 19,000). The W ments in newspapers direct
time over which this treatment better and
you to newer
against the common cold was avail- & 0 "
able varied from 17 months to five ,ByJ. easier ways of providingthe
things needed or
years."On the whole the study shows an Millar Watt desired. It shines, this

apparent reduction in the severity ol beacon of newspaper
the attacks, their length, and com- advertising-and it will be
plication arising from colds." 1 1I to your advantage to follow -
It would appear then that as a it whenever you
"part" of the treatment for colds 'wNv Bell .
(Role ed by The Syndlfnif IneJ .1I make a purchase.I .
vaccines have some_value.
BUSY FARMER I Manslaughter Impossible J VERY FOOLISH



PAGE EIGHT THE CLEW1STON NEWS FRIDAY. MARCH- ,-- :8_. Ifl4)t)


Vocational CourseIn I tors requested to bring their town I Imeat. I proceeds from the benefit performance i zinc and quite probably others. j t Chapter 13626, Laws of Florida,

The largest delegation ofj "Bubbling Over," presented, The improvements now under- Acts of 1929, relating to the sale
; or redemption of lands
Scouts attending was from Clewiston. -: in the High School Auditorium i property, title or other
will to
Mechanics EndedTen way: not only make this' one of which has vested -'
Thursday and Friday. j I in the Board of Supervisors of
I I the best equipped research labora- Diston Island

___ I Fred L. Treat of Bradenton, Miss Julia Oglesby placed first tories in the state but the ground for the nonpayment Drainage of District Diston

of the Sunni-land and Miss Roberta Spicer second in Island Drainage District taxes;
improvements
Scout Executive planned will
successfully completed withina providing that all
boys I redemptions
..'I I the course In automobile mechanics Council and his assistant, John I the "popularity" contest, and each ,few years, make this one of the heretofore, made of land ,or other
of were presentand was presented with a compact at of Property embraced In a tax sale
offered as a national defense mea- Shutts Fort Myers show places South Florida. certificate which was two years
the
under the supervision of Joel in charge of the business meeting Friday performance. old or more at the time 'of such
sure I
Mr. Treet explained the rea- The play was directed by Miss redemption shall operate to divest
vocational agriculture teacher the title
vested In
Keene, ExtensionContinued the Board of
Edythe Reeder of the Empire Pro- -
local school. The course sons for wishing additional commit- .. I Supervisors of Diston Island
in the
tees to assist the main district com- ducing Company of Kansas City. I Drainage District without the Issuance -
was an, eight-weeks course of 120 of any deed by said Board
mittee which is composed of J. M. II to the land or property
hours and was taught in the even- I so redeemed -
( from
page 1)) and
; ;
C. Owen ratifying, confirmIng -
W.
Haven, ExpansionContinued
of Moore
ings by Charles Bolton, shop fore- Couse and validating certain acts
for Hendry County Motors.Mr. of Clewiston and R. N. Miller of ment Administration; A. P. Spencer of said District and its Board of
man eight com- L vice-director of extension serv- Supervisors, agents_ and officers.
Cornette, manager of the mo- LaBelle. He proposed DATED this' March 22: 1941.
( from Page 1) ice and others. Vocational
fhe'were passed Agricul- BOARD OF
tor the use of the mittees but only SUPERVISORS OF
company gave
shop and shop equipment for the upon by the district committeemenwith as the present one will have a floor ture was also included but as all DISTO DISTRICT ISLAND DRAINAGE

of LaBelle of about nine hundred teachers were attending the FEA
Fred L. Dunaway space square .
By J. E. FRIERSON
course. ,
The course included instructionIn I chairman of camping activities I feet., It is 24 feet by 371/2 feet meeting in Tampa there were no Its President.

of committee, J. M. Couse of Moore and will have, an eave height of 15 representatives.
the care, operation and repair '
Haven, chairman of advance com- feet. This building, will have sides I ,
automobiles, trucks and tractors. :NOTICE
mittee, R. N. Miller, LaBelle, finance consisting of a low concrete wall
the Baseball
Each of the boys who completed Meeting
committee Rev. A. M. Glis-' about 4 inches high, topped with I
Notice
course is given a record card is hereby given that special
received and son, LaBelle leader instruction I steel frame and glass, and will hav Legislation will be applied for at the
the training Held !
'showing
Monday Night
regular
session of the Legislature of
committee and Prof. Oscar Smith, peaked roof of special greenhouseglass.
Florida
each is enrolled with the state em- In the year 1941 in substance
out Moore Haven, reading committee. This new greenhouse is especially providing for "AN ACT Relating' to
service. In pointing
ployment Diston
for Island Drainage District in
designed growing
the possible value of the course to Those from Clewiston attendingwere Quite a number of young men 'Glades and Hendry Counties
stated that Mr. Owen Elbert L. Stewart, sugarcane for physiological studies. AoTriodilier Section Nine (9) of Chapter
the boys, Mr. Keene interested in playing baseball dur-
Nutritional 1.J.G26. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1929,
l studies will be made in
one boy in Sumter county who was C. V. Parkinson, Mrs. A. R. Broad- ing the coming season as well as and Providing for the Sale of Lands

recently inducted into the army at foot, Mrs M. C. Doke, Jack Moor- an effort to determine the essential several business men were on hand the Board Title of Supervisors to Which has of vested in the

Camp Blanding presented his record man, 'Scoutmaster Charles Benson nature of a number of special rareelements' Monday night at the ''former city Drainage District and Diston Prescribing Island

his and Scouts Bruce Beardsley, Mar- The present greenhouseis the Manner. Terms and Conditions of
of
card and a recommendation I hall to discuss the possibilities ofa Such Sale by Said Board,
teacher and received appointmentin I tin Waldron, Sherwood Hall, Billy being devoted to cane seedling. team and to plan an organiza- ing the Said Board Discretion and Giv-in

the automobile repair shop at the Prewitt, James Elkins, Dick Elkins, work and is too small to accom- tion. I j Handling the Sale' and Power to Fix
the
I Terms and Conditions of
I modate this phase of the research Redemp-
mechanic'spay Richard Hanna, Nick Schiffli, tions by the Owner
camp and is drawing a There'' considerable discus- of Such Lands at
was
of $90 per month instead of Oliver, Jack and Junior Martinez, work. The greenhouse will cost' any Time Prior to the Sale Thereof,
sion concerning the new playing and Fixing the Conditions Whereby
Harold Cannon Gene Doke, Ray- 4000. j the Board of
the enlisted man's $21. I field, new equipment needed and Supervisors :May Fix the
mond Trice, Frank Conkling, Billy Directly west of the laboratory Amount for Which Said Land May be
I
woodwork
Courses in elementary whether or not Clewiston should Redeemed and Validating and Con-
electricity and metal work are also I Maynard, Sammy Young and Bobby and behind the row of trees now I attempt to play in a Coast Leaguethis firming All Redemptions Heretofore
Broadfoot. in place is to be built a storage Made By the Owner of the Property
offered under the national defense, year: It was decided tenta- and Divesting the Title of Said Board
program. Mr. Keene has com I barn 20 feet by 40 feet to cost tively to attempt'' he organizationof Upon Redemption of Said District F
$1750. The floor will be of concrete Taxes and Validating and Confirming
pleted all plans for the immediate I Herpetologist SpeaksAt six teams around the lake fora All Acts and Proceedings of the Boardof
opening of a class ,in woodwork and I and the building of frame league. Supervisors of said District."
construction with asbestos cement A copy of the proposed legislationmay
would like all who are interested I Kiwanis MeetingCapt. be examined by any interested
to contact him immediately. M. M.I shingle sides and roofing. It will i person at the office of this district

Prewitt will be the instructor, of'' be used mainly for the storage of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ,APPLY in Moore Haven.

the class I'I| retired special 'seeds, fertilizers, cuttings FOR PASS:van OF J. E. FRIERSON
the woodwork course and Paxon Hayes, army SPECIAL OR LOCAL, LEGISLATION 'Chairman of Board of
will meet in the agriculture shop I officer herpetologist and explorerwas and living materials in process of NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat Supervisors of Diston Island

on the school grounds. Tools are guest, speaker at, the meetingof propogation. The new insectary, Florida the "session to convene of the in April Legislature 1941. of March 7,: Drainage 14,. 21, 28 District., 1941.,
application -
to be located north "of the
already on hand and money has the Kiwanis Club on Wednesday present will be made for the passageof

been secured for the ,instructional night, and his talk on snakes of buildings, is 30 feet by 14 feet and special or local legislation,, the
substance of which will be as follows -
material which the class- will need. the United States, realistically ill- will be of similar construction but : ,

fit is hoped to open this class Mon- ustrated by three live specimenswas with a special foundation to make shall An Act providing closed that there
be for
no
season
day evening.The one of the most interestingof the entire building rodent and fishing with hook and line in the

ten boys who completed the I such talks ever made here. vermin-proof. In this building will I waters ida., of Hendry County,. Flor- Good FarmLand

mechanics course are Jimmy Hall, I Capt. Hayes spoke on the habitsof be studied the various insect pestsof :- "*. ELBERT1 L. STEWART

Joe Haas and Vincent Oglesby, who snakes and C 'urged everyone to sugar cane and their economic I' Representative Hendry County. I
control, such as the moth stalk Mch. 28, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25.
had perfect records of attendancefor I make sure that a snake was of a
borer, several species of wire worms,
the entire 120 hours; Ted Pres- poisonous variety before killing it
white grubs and oth-
cott, John D. Gann, W. P. Dyess, as the non-poisonous ones are of army worms, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY

,Joe Hall, James Winn, Charles great value in keeping down an ers.$800.In. The insectary will cost about FOR OR PASSAGE LOCAL LEGISLATION OFSPECIAL for Rent

Rumpf, and Manning' Keen. Nine over-abundance of rodents. Of the
addition to these build-
others, who completed part of the several hundred varieties of snakesto new NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat
ings there 'will be about $1650 the Session of the Legislature of I
course were' Carlyle Redish, Owen be found in America 'he said
Florida to in 1941,
spent on repairs to existing build- convene April, application -
Winn, John P. Duke, Charles there 'were 'only four poisonousones. will be made for the passage II
of special or local legislation,' the
Howard
Herdbreder Dupree, Jimmy ings.The
; ,
principal piece of substance of which will be' as fol-
'' new
Holland, Robert M. Williams, Har- He stated i '
that a snake would to be added will be lowsAn
old Duke and' Philip Thielen. equipment a 1 'Act relating to Diston Island -
not bite a person unless that per- spectroscope costing about $3500 Drainage District, a drainage

son showed fear; then it would at- district organized and existing Trespassers ,
which is capable of making a com under the laws of Florida and
District Scout Meeting tack the person as an enemy. pfete analysis of the mineral con- embracing lands within Glades
when and Hendry Counties, Florida: Will Be
Every emits odor
an ,
person
tent of plants fertilizers soils
or amending, Section Nine (9) of
Held In LaBelleAt afraid through the perspitory including all of the rarer elements.

I glands which is instantly communi- This equipment is' to be of the ProsecutedCle1viston

cated to 'a snake, he said, and latest design and will make this -_:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:. I
the first meeting of district X :?
gave many interesting examplesto .
one of the few, possibly one of two,
officials of the newly created Boy show this to be true. ,
Scout district in LaBelle Tuesday spectroscopically equipped labora- :!: ltJl ::

The speaker had a live rattle- tories in the state.
night plans were made for the J '
snake, coral snake and blacksnakewith Dr. Bourne states that in one x vMOTHS. DO NOT EAT X
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creation of committees for handling
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