The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00833
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00833
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Met Here TodayThe Army TrainingThe
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'agriculture committee of county draft board announces

HARVEST SEASON the State Chamber of Commerce, I I this week that! three county men START SOONIS'

headed by its chairman, H. I. Moss- will leavemorning from Clewiston ?Monday

barger of Miami, is holding a meet- at seven o'clock for the

ANNUAL: FESTIVAL BARBECUEAND 'ing today at the Clewiston Inn to U. S. Army induction station at :MAIN' BUILDING IN NEW

: DANCE MAY BE HELDIN discuss ways and means by which Camp Blanding to begin. their HOUSING DEVELOPMENTNEAR

NEW WAREHOUSE the organization may assist in a ,year's army ,training.
solution of the Everglades Drain- The'three men are John Russell BARRACKS

Officials of the United States age District problem. Walker of Clewiston, Hamp Deesof ,
executive LaBelle and Falcon A new recreation hall with a
Corporation stated this week Harold Colee, secretary Dewey Pageof
is to at- Felda. Named alternates seating capacity of five hundredand
that April 25 had been set as the of the Chamber expected as ,are
well Odell and Robert Beuford with lounge room, card'rooms
tentative date for the closing of tend the meeting as as representatives Curry
and senators from the Archer. and well-equipped kitchen will be
the 1940-1941 sugar harvest sea-
eleven counties within the boundaries This is the first call for white constructed as the main building in
son and plans are now underwayfor
: of the drainage discnct. men from the county this month. the housing development near the
the annual harvest festival
follows The meeting was called at ten T: ? Three colored draftees left Thurs- Barracks and will be started soon
immediately cessa-
after the close
of the
present bar*
o'clock and was expected to be con- day morning.
tion of at the house.
work sugar I
vest it
season, was announced this
cluded by noon.CLEWISTON P .Yffkrr
Tentative call for holdingthe
week W. Moran
by Jay vicepresident -
festival dance and barbecue .. and general of the
this year in ,the new warehouse SHELLEY DEFEATSBETZNER United States
Sugar Corporation.
building near the Plantation' Ma- LIBRARY
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I Detailed plans of the structureare
chine instead of the main
Shops on t '
1-UP IN now being prepared and pending
floor of the sugar house as in Lf "'
previous years. It is also plannedto OPENED TO PUBLIC completion no estimate could be

hold the ,barbecue at night instead ..on ........__ given of the cost of the structure.
TOURNEY FINALSIn Four new homes have already-
of in the afternoon to end
FIRST TIME TODAYThe HON. ELBERT L. STEWART been completed in the housing development -
7 just before the beginning of the
the set-up for which is
dance. .
one of the closest matchesever most elaborate. In this block lying -
The United States Sugar Cor-
Clewiston Public Library is REPRESENTATIVE TO witnessed on the local golf between the southline highwayto
poration Band will give a concert -
during the barbecue and, a being opened to the public for the course, Emmett Shelley defeated Hooker's Point and the canal by
first time today as- school chil- Lou Betzner of Belle Glade 1-up the western division hospital provision
dance orchestra will be engaged to
play for the dance which follows.As dren and residents are being, shown LEAVE MONDAY FOR on the 38th hole to win the Clewis- is made for twelve homes

through the rooms in the east wingof ton Golf Club Championship tourna- with a large double garage serving -
been in
has customary: past
the old office building. The ment Sunday. each two homes, each home
years each plantation village in the I LEGISLATIVE SESSION
Western Division, will have its own library occupies the southeast cor- The weather was ideal, 'an ,abrupt having a lot space 100 feet by 160

barbecue and field events one day ner of the building, and; its spacious -change- from that to which golfers feet. Exactly in the center of the

-i quarters include large central had become accustomed during the block between the two rows of
" to be followed on'the next with Representative Elbert L. Stewart
field event finals at Townsite Vil- room, to be fitted up as a readingroom plans to leave Monday for Tallahassee tourney, and the match was close homes is an espanlade 160 feet in I
four small book rooms or and hardfought on every hole. Fin- width which leads from Pacific
In the Eastern Division
lage. a to be on hand for the opening -
central barbecue 'as held at alcoves, and a work-room. of the 1941 session of the ishing the, thirty-six holes in a tie Avenue on the west to the entranceto

Azucar Village and field event Beginning with the ,city's offerto Florida Legislature on Tuesday. the two chose to go ahead until a the new auditorium which wine

preliminaries and finals are 'fInish- provide space for. the library, decision was possible rather thanto built on 'the east line of the
the This year :Mr. Stewart attempted'to I block some 'eight hundred feet from
f ed in one day. Cash and mer- Mayor F. Deane requested: play another eighteen holes.
chandise prizes will be' awarded the I,Garden Club to assume the respon- have all local legislation advertised They halved the thirty-seventh hole the sugar house' highway. It will
ahead of the session in order "
maintaining II be located far enough from residences -
winners of the various events and sibility of organizing and and Shelley came through with a

outstanding accomplishments of the library. ,Mr., and Mrs. Duff that he might familiarize, himself I par four -on the 38th, to take the that no 'one will be disturbed -
with such bills that residents of
during any entertainment.The .
workers will also be recognized at and Mr. and Mrs. F. Edward, Bryant decision.
large box of books from the county might know and express recreation hall will be of
this time. gave a The third flight finals was a very
themselves in regard to such laws I
their libraries, and a Garden Club interesting match between Keathley I colonial type architecture of frame
The current season will set a '
and a minimum of time be takenup
committee of Mrs. .H. C. Kolstad, Bowden and Ralph Kirk. Bowden construction_ over a framework of
record for the number of da's'run in the session with their
Mrs. W. L. Lott and Mrs. Keathley pass- downed Ken Swayrie in his first steel trusses and bracings. The
but figures as to tonnage and
sugar He also with
age. niet recently '
Bowden ,began their work. As it exterior and roof will! b finished
manufactured w"jll"'not be available the board of county commissioners match 7 and 6 pd wou ,from, W..
became known that va library was 'with asbestoscfeaiietashingles..
4 SKirk' defeated
C., Owen and
until after the'sugar house has finished know .
in order to their
being organized from donated books: attitude Luther Jones 6 and 4 and Larry Built in the shape of a T it will
its ,operation: for the season. relative bills I
to local and such important -
citizens have contributed books and Nash' defaulted. In the play-off have an over-all length of' 154 feet

Mr. Duff donated money with legislation' which appears I Bowden developed trouble with his will be 80 feet wide across the front

Congregational MeetingAt which original supplies were bought. likely to come, before, the session'J l putting and Kirk, won by the narrow and 48 feet wide across the audi

In spite of the fact ,,.
Today the library is being opened margin of 1-down. torium.

Church Sunday with more than 500 books on- the State Livestock Sanitary Board is I i The second and fourth flight Entrance will be into the main

shelves. asking for legislation to permit the lounge- which will be 22 feet by
finals are yet to be played. Joe
J' The committee has organized the killing of Hendry County deer much 42 feet with a massive fire-place in
Instead of the regular worship Wood meets Arthur Wells in the
library according to the Dewey the same as in other counties, Mr. one end. Off the lounge to the
service at the Community Church Ion Second and W. L. Duncan meets
decimal classification system which Stewart has advertised a bill very south will be a large reading room
the coming Sunday morning Ken Swayne, in the Fourth.
is the standard-system' in use in similar to the one passed at the 19 feet by 30 feet' and to the north
there will be held the annual con- school, college 'and public librariesall last session and which expires this Following is a progressive de will be the card room, 19 feet by 20

gregational meeting at which all over the nation. Although the year which will force' the paymentof I scription of the championshiprounds feet. The kitchen will be built off

members and friends of the churchare books have not been completely twenty'-five ,dollars a' head for all by Bob Baer, golf pro at the the card-room 10 feet by 14 feet.

urged to be present. cataloged as yet, this work is be- deer killed in order that the area I Clewiston course: Rest rooms will be on either side of
Officers will be elected for the
ing undertaken and it is felt that may' be re-stocked., Both men started out sociably the corridor between the lounge

coming year and reports of the the usefulness of the library will General legislation which prom I enough by halving the first hole and the auditorium.The .
various church committees will be
given. The will also conSider be greatly increased by this work. ises to 'take'up a considerable portion I with 5s. From there on it was nip stage in the east end of the
group One of the book alcoves is de- tuck all the with Betzner
of the legislative session will and way
the issuance of a call to Rev auditorium will be 20 feet by
't voted to fiction, and its' shelvesare deal with the distribution of the holding the edge most of the time. and exit will be
Arthur O. Froelich, now residingin feqt. passageways
Palmetto, to serve, as pastor of nearly filled. Another contains gas' tax moneys and it now appears Emmett needed 5 wallops to Lou's I provided 'on either side of the

the church. only reference books, biographiesand that the small counties may have par 4 to go 1 down on the 2nd, 'stage leading to two large dressing

other non-fiction works.A to give up at least one cent of this I but evened the match on the 3rd rooms in the rear. An acoustic tile

Rev. Froelich has filled the pul- third is given over to a splen- money, which has been used' for/ with a par 3. ceiling will be provided and hardwood

__ pit here on two occasions and is did collection of magazines. At the several years for payment of bonded Lou took advantage of his one floors. Provisions is also

well thought of by those who heard present time the library has com indebtedness, for the building of stroke handicap' on the 4th to halve made for a movie projection boothin

him. plete files for several years of Nat- defense roads. Other defense leg- the, hole when he needed 6 strokesto the west end of the auditorium.

I Special musical services are being ional Geographic, Time, and Read- islation will .be enacted, old, age Emmett's 5. The 5th hole was Driveways to the front of the

arranged by thex choir for er's Digest; two years of Life, and pensions will again come in for also halved with 5s to make the Hook-
hall will be built from the
Easter with Stainer's "Crucifixion"to several other valuable magazines.The their ,share of attention and the I match all even at this point. er's'Point Highway to the South

be presented on Good Friday committee hopes ,to be able to demand for a revision of the state (Continued on Page 5)
to be constructed
and from a road -
night and another cantata on Sun- bind those magazines with a per- tax structure may culminate in
along the north side of the plot.
day. manent value in order that they some action at this session. Legis-' Fire Department Is Suitable parking areas are also

r may be, preserved for years of useful lation designed to pave the way fora provided in the drive way,on either

: $15,000 Appropriated reading. refunding of the Everglades Called Out Monday side of the entrance.
The light and airy room to the Drajnage indebtedness will be I .
For Everglades WorkThe (Continued on Page 8) watched with interest by the peo-, The espanlade is being land- '
scaped and planted in grass, flowers
pIe of this section and by the leg- The Clewiston volunteer fire department -
and shrubbery for its entire length.
Officer Warns Against islators from the counties affected. I was called out for the
State Budget Commissionthis During the ,session Mr. Stewartis first time since its reorganizationto

week released $15,000 to the Molesting Mallard EggsIrvin anxious to keep in as close con- the home of G. B. Thomas about Kiwanis Club SeesIndustrial

Fire Control Board to be matched tact as possible with his ..constituents nine o'clock Monday morning and

with federal funds fdr carrying on in this county and to vote. have been commended for the speed MovieW.

the work now underway in the Winte, local conservation on each piece of' legislation, as the I with which they had the engine

south 'glades by the Soil Conser- officer, is calling attention 'at this majority of the county voters wish to the scene.
vation Service, it was stated this time to a state law against molest him to vote.Students. The colored laundress had builta F. Conely, General Electric

week by C. E. Miner' chairman of ing the eggs of mallard ducks I I fire under an open wash pot in Company representative of Tampa
I Club at
the board. which are now nesting in the the back yard and went to the storeto entertained the Kiwanis

Mr. Miner made a trip recentlyto 'glades. Elect May do some shopping. While she: the Wednesday night meeting witha

Tallahassee to confer with Gov- Many thousands of eggs are re- was away the flames spread to a showing of an industrial movie

ernor Holland relative to this workas moved from the nests every sea- King And Queen pile of old shingles which, had just I which traced the manufacture of

a lack of funds would have son, he states, and thus the supplyof been removed from the house and electric refrigerators.' '

,\ caused a cessation ,of work within ducks for the coming season is threatened the garage. Neighbor Beginning w th the engineeringand
a short time. He found the Governor materially reduced. Some take the' The senior high school by their women had the fire almost under testing laboratories where each

very sympathetic to the prob- eggs in an effort to hatch them but votes this morning chose Miss control before, the arrival of the I part is tested separately, the movie

lems of this area and the appropriation statistics show that not more than Margaret Von Mach as Queen and fire truck and the flames were extinguished ; showed by progressive steps how

I soon followed.The ten per cent of those taken are Sam Lang as King for the MayDay before any great dam-. the stainless steel cabinets are

budget commission also released ever hatched. They are also a festival. An elaborate pro. age was done. The side of the pressed, motors mounted, etc., until -
$25,000 for the purchase of temptation because of their food garage was slightly scorched. : the machine is a complete unit.

free: hog cholera serum. for the value for the mallard egg is almost gram is being arranged for MayDay two members of the fire department Mr. Conely gave a brief talk accompanying -

farmers of the state. as large as a hen egg and. with almost every student of also extinguished a fire the picture.J. .

equally as good. the school participating. 1 I caused when a drum of roofing tar E. Beardsley also gave a' short

Egypt Temple Shrine will conduct ,Winte hopes that a warning, will Elected to serve as. maids to I caught I fire and spread to, the, grass talk concerning the Everglades
t: its 19th annual Easter Sunrise help to stop the practice of tak- I nearby. This was on Wednesday I
District followingthe
:' Service at Plant Park, Tampa, ing the eggs but he expects to en- the Queen were. Misses Edna morning> near the bowling alleys I Drainage set-up.

Sunday morning, April 15, at 6:07a. force the law on anyone caught in Leiter, Beulah Guthrie, Louise : and a dense smoke made it appear meeting held in Miami Wed-

.. m. the future.. Roath and Gloria McDuffie. to be a ,serious fire for a time. I nesday.t -
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Making Fish Lines That

-' Will Hold the BIG Ones 4 miles

Pr R E EKn Imported silk and flax fiber are, two important materials used in Quite Inexpensive"I

WM/f M.fWashington the braiding and twisting of the kind of fish lines that hold the big ones. ,do enjoy lying in bed in the

D. C. The manufacture of quality lines of this kind is one of the most unique Memos of a.Girl FridayDear morning and" ringing the bell for

DONOVAN HAS GLOOMY industries in :the Redwood Empire counties of northern California and Mr. W.: The my valet.
new Sylvia
REPORTCol. southern Oregon. These photos take you through one of the plants at Porter novel, "If War Comes to the "But"No, you but I've haven't got got a bell.a valet." "

"Wild Bill" ,Donovan, semiofficial Petalumti, .California. American Home," is the most real- -

observer who has been tour-. istic reading. to hit the bookstallsthis Was Like-That

'ing the Near East, brought a decidedly year. It is sensational stuff and "Yes," said the explorer, "once
gloomy report back to Wash- makes you feel as though you'dalready I was 'so hungry that I dined off
ington. xki. Yb X. l received your ration card my pet parrot."
Donovan told Secretary of the A financial reporter on an eve- "What was it like?"
Navy Knox and Secretary of War ning
newspaper was practically
"Oh, turkey, chicken wild
Stimson the two Republican mem- thrown
{/ A out of the Morgan offices plover that could imi-
bers of the cabinet who were largely for being'too inquisitive.A .
responsible for sending him, that tate anything!I"Poor

British chances were anything but rc 'j certain newspaperman was try-

rosy in the Balkans. The Greeks, tk ing'to make the best of being pairedoff Little
he found, were riding the crest of. with one of those dumb debs.
the wave but were successful more You know-Deb from the neck up! SKINNY CHILDREN

;because of their superhuman When the conversation turnedto look so puny, really can't get all the
bravery and the weaknesses of the the war and 5th Columnists, he fun they should. For those children
than because of their realmilitarY who need the Vitamin B Complex and
asked her ,
: "Do you approve of. Iron of Vinol to stimulate their
strength. Against a strong, Quisling?" She put on her best petttes by mothers, Vinol bas been found helpful ap-
well-equipped foe, such as the Ger- blank expression and replied: "I AT,YOUR everywhere.
mans, it would be a different story. dunno. How do you Quisl?" DRUG STORE
The Turkish army, Donovan also
reported, is poorly equipped when it Selfish EnjoymentThe
comes to modern weapons of war j : In Washington they hear that. a man who enjoys 'something
and is worried over',Russia. large motor car (that drives up to exclusively commonly excludes
In North' Africa he found that Gen- the Chateau prison in France, where himself from true enjoyment of it.
eral Weygand was not disposed to Paul Reynaud and George Mandelare -Thoreau.
act independently of Vichy, and the awaiting trial) brings a big pack-

French in general seemed despondent ,_ age for Mandel every day. ,It con-
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floundering in their policy and "" "" '="'W'h''W''''ocr' b-'>>Y'm 'mowY'{.N'>; =""" = '"1' 'w.m >>:J tains food and is from the beautiful Pull the Trigger

completely lacking in leadership. Dena Jacobsen places a valuable skein of pure imported silk on a blonde star, Beatrice Bretty, of the on h
*. Comedie Francaise 300 copies
large wooden spindle, preparatory to winding on uniform size spools. of
DEFENSE PRICE POLICEMANWith Adolf's book are being sold here Lazy Bowels with

the OPM rushing productionand per week, and the royalties are sent ,
J. W. Woodson
the 11-man mediation board Right: to Hitler's British agent. But they Ease for Stomach
handling labor problems, Roosevelt plant 'manager and mayor are being confiscated by the British too

wants a third unit to ride herd on of Petaluma, inspects a Gov't and used for relief work.
prices. -- battery of "tt ister" and 'ii When constipation brings on acid indigestion
stomach ,
upset bloating, dizzy
Head of the new agency will be "layer" machines inaction Even after all these years and all spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and
Leon Henderson, New Deal veteran The former twists : / their success the editors at Life find bad breath, your stomach is probably

whose experience as a hard-boiled any number of desired an old bugaboo arising Only last don't"crying move.the blues"It calls because for Laxative-Senna your bowels

price policeman dates to'NRA days. strands'together, while thelatter' week the N. Y. office rec'd a note to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels
Also, as price controller of the old and from their Australian man, who told combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfectease
defense commission, Henderson picks up lays of arranging a date with a big Gov'tofficial to your stomach in taking.For years.many .
such strands together Doctors have given pepsin
knows the defense picture thoroughly :of for photos, only to have the rations.in their prescriptions to prepa-make
already has several big scalps to 'to, comprise finished biggie query: "How can my picturefit medicine more agreeable to a touchy stom-
his credit. It was his forceful product.: in with all those jokes and car- ach. So be sure your laxative contains

crack-downing that tumbled the toons?" : Why doesn't FDR call Syrup Laxative Pepsin.Senna combined Insist on with Dr.Syrup Caldwell's Pep

soaring prices of lumber and scrap; l l t 1 l ,w'(yh' his Fireside Chats "Firebell" Chats sin. See how wonderfully the Laxative
also put a .lid on second-hand ma- since they actually wake up Amer- Senna wakes up lazy nerves and muscles
'in your intestines to bring welcome relief
flurries. icaYour Girl
chinery price Friday.
from constipation. And the good old 1
Roosevelt said nothing about it Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so com-
,publicly; but privately he did a lot Man About Town fortable and easy on your stomach. Even
of talking about the new price con- Left: Ruth Bon : finicky' children love the taste of this
in The Front Pages: Raymond Clap- pleasant family laxative. Buy Dr. Cald-
'trol unit before he departed on his delie, standing well's Laxative Senna at your druggist 4-
,vacation cruise. The gradual up- i4 w 1:4p4; I front of a line "pol- per columns a thought that disturbsyou. today. Try one laxative combined with
: The fear
ward price trend, as a result of the ishing" unit displays hysteria whipped up by Syrup Pepsin for ease to yourstomach,too.
Senators the Lend-Lease debate
during -
expanding priority ,list, has worried. "treated"
"armful -
is a handy weapon :for the to-
him considerably and the last thinghe
Those Who Trust
is oil fly and; talitarians he points out. Japan is
wants a high-cost-of-living v
4 ; tapered lines on her just waiting till the peace-at-any- The man who trusts men will

problem. pk right. On her left price feeling is strong enough, Clap- make fewer mistakes than he who

WIDOW FOR CONGRESSA ,; t/ arm are oiltreatedbait ,per, warns; to ransack our ice box distrusts them.Cavour.DISCOMFORTS .

beautiful widow lines. Where was F. P. A. when the I
very plus a casting
H. R. 1776 Bill was splitting an in-
accident >
tragic airplane Atlanta
near -
Ga., is causing political trouble k2 g1r Below: A batteryof finitive? The opening sentence is: MENTHOLATUMQuicklyRelieves

Maryland which may have reper- 300 braiding ma- "A bill to further promote ." f

cussions in the axis capitals of Ber- chines, representingthe Tsk, tsk The Nazi propa- STUFFINESS }.
lin, Tokyo and Rome. latest method of gandists have stuck themselves witha C 01 SNIFFLING
typical Nazi contradiction. One SNEEZINGAs
The situation results from the converting raw ma-
death of young' minute they yell that aid from the
Congressman Wil- terials into sturdy
U. S. won't help 'Britain in time. 1
liam Democrat in
Byron, the recent : lines. Following
Atlanta The next minute they lambast
crash which
airplane mean
an early by-election to fill his Mary- braiding the lines America for giving aid. If it is not

land seat in the house of are carefully in- going to help Britain-what are the We Learn
tatives. represen- spected and woundon Nazis worried about? Learning by study must be won;

Mrs. spools.L' 'twas never entailed from sire to
Byron aspires to take the

road of many another congressionalwidow __'_._'_ '''',',_'_ '_'m_ _'hh___ Typewriter Ribbons: Keith Mor- son.-Gay.
and go to congress. How- gan's: The French Admiral has be-

ever, this section of Maryland is come the Nazis' Darlan C. E. r
normally Republican, and Mrs. By- Montague's: War hath,no fury likea MOROLI N HAIR'

ron, beautiful as she is, would havea w non-combatant RebeccaWest's .TONI,[
hard time defeating a forthright : They had been sandpapering MON-SKID
Republican. # 4lvw each other's temperaments with BOTTLE kt; 11025 1 *,

Therefore, Democratic leaders are + 'a few words Gelett Bur-

doing their best to persuade her to ,. gess': A secret as fascinating as a Misspent Time

bow out of, the congressional race loose tooth Austin O'Malley's: There is no remedy for time mis-
in favor of the much stronger Pres- Sorrow may be good for a woman's spent.-Sir:; Aubrey de Vere.
ton Lane, Democratic National Com- / heart, but it is a poor cosmetic for

mitteeman from Maryland. They her. face Woollcott's: The
know that the first election contest :,, Summer people had all departed,

occurring after passage of the lease- leaving the natives with 'no. one to 6000 li .
lend bill will be watched throughoutthe / despise but each other Julia DRUGSTORES

world as a sign of Roosevelt's y .Hotchkiss': An isolationist is one

popular strength and whether the who looks through the wrong end of IAIGE BOTTLE 3 ,
country is with him on foreign pol- ; : a telescope Olin Miller's: It's YfMIMsou t.. n \ w

icy.The : 1 astounding how much fog can settleon ,..
fact that Maryland, a relatively :J usbye a narrow mind. s'1 ,

conservative state, doesn'tcare :ii :nSSF r
for women in high political 9 Nice Guy, Though: Bill Stern, the Icudgs PSSedRe1Zee

places, would cut no ice in the prop- top sports announcer whose sartorial -

aganda factories of Rome, Tokyo taste runs to sports jackets, was
and Berlin. happy to hear that his home town
1ALUMINUM was thinking of erecting a statue of WNU-7 14-41
SHORTAGEThe him. '

housewife's pots and pans ; "That'll be the first statue," saida
aren't the only items hit by the iPWAW heckler "with a belt in the back."
shortage in aluminum-a shorfagewhich 4 r + !
certain defense officials denied } X1
Form of Criticism: Lawrence
for months, but finally admit-
of the Theatre Guild
ted when the OPM put the metal on saysit May Warn of Disordered
came from a pal in Glasgow. It's
the priority list. The is 4jt Action
deficiency Kidney
about the anti-Fascist in Italy who
creating some other serious indus- k Modern lifo with its hurry and
was sentenced to death but was given WOlr3J.
trial problems. Irregular habits improper ;
Here is illus-
one 1,1
Lr his choice of execution. He drinking-its risk of exposure and micetion -
tration: -throws heavy strain on the work
elected to be shot Italian anti-
by an
A big bus manufacturer of the kidneys. They are apt to become .
workingon ,, ri r a J qtqQyfp v: xF ls aircraft battalion. And so he was over-taxed and fail to filter excess.acid w
an order for some 40-passenger 4. ) } from the 1i! VU1&
i { and other impurities
vehicles Y + hoisted to a high pole and shot at.
suddenly found himself blood.
unable When a fortnight had elapsed he You may suffer nagging back.ache.headache ,
to get the sheet alnuminum he dizziness, getting up nights.
died of
S was
needed. He complained to the OPM w leg paids. swelling--feel constantlytired !
pneumonia.Why nervous, all worn out. Other signs
and was advised to use steel as a $, of kidney or bladder disorder aro some-
substitute. But this he found, wouldso t 3 iii i times burning, scanty or too frequent
w y c Fans Are Dizzy: Lefty Gomez urination.
increase the
weight of his busesas Try Doan.'. Pil *. Boon's help> the
to bar them from the roads of the Yankee pitcher, tested his kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
several states.Therefore arm the other: day. 'Obituaried the waste. They have bad more than ball a.
approval. Are recommended -
he must either reduce Post: "He has lost his fast ball." century of by public grateful users everyw ere.

the size of his 'buses or prevail on Reported the Telly: "Gomez shows Ask your neighbor!

the states to raise their highway speed."
{ load limits to'permit heavier Finished twisted lines being Fine trout lines are minutely in If the batters are as easily bewil

vehicles. placed on paper tubes, ready to be I spected. This girl "feels" the line dered as the press box Gomez has

I wound on the fisherman's reel. for lint or any, foreign substance. nothing to worry about.

r j

Five Men Proved Ready to 1

Profit by Judge's AdviceA ASK 'MEA Quiz With Answers .,

Olferin.Inform. tion .' It.
judge was pointing out that a ANOTHE.R: r
witness was not necessarily to be on Various Subjects .".,{;
regarded as untruthful because he A-
altered a previous statement. '" ,I lP
The Questions States was born on July fourth?
"For instance, he said, "when .> .
!uf..Etpme I entered this court today I could 1. Was Capt. Miles Standish one 7. What place is known .as the. ,
have sworn that I had my watchin of the Pilgrim Fathers? Gibraltar: of the ,East? ::,'

__h__.... ...._.____.____ .V..., _-_ ),' .' .' my pocket. But then I remem- 2. Who was killed ,by Aaron r:
I IIII bered I had left it in the bath- ''Burr in the famous" duel?' The Answers '. j

room at home." 3. What is the exact length of 1. Capt. Miles.Standish was not <'t
When the judge got home that time taken by the earth in makingits a Pilgrim, he was brought along ;. ,
night his wife said: "Why all this revolution around the sun? for protection. :
bother about your watch-sending 4. Next to oxygen, what is the 2. Alexander Hamilton;' \;

five men for it?" chief elementary constituent of 3. The trip takes 365 days, 5 ,,{
"Good Heavens!" said the judge; the earth's crust? hours, 48 minutes and 46 seconds '

.. "I never sent anyone! What did 5. The word-:guerrilla is derived 4. Silicon. .. .

d .+ ; w4r c'" 1 Rvi $ v % cr you do?" from a Spanish word 'meaning 5. War (guerra). ;"1
w "I gave it to the first one who what? 6. Calvin Coolidge.

came; he knew just where it was." 6. What President of the United 7. Singapore.Most .':.i

.,'. >d\

delicious "bag'1 ,
,I MIr rC ,;tk!
of the season. qu/dtanJ ",

r easy fo prepare ;, ; ; ,nourishing ';J

;; ecooomfcaf. order; today; ;.

; / i/ front: your, grocer. ;':

tern stitch that is done in a very
m short time, even by the beginner. ".
(See Recipes Below) Pattern 6902 contains Instructions for
making the jerkin In sizes 12.14 and 16.18;
LET'S SERVE POTATOES Illustrations of it and of stitches; mate-
I rials needed. Send order to:
Guests are coming for dinner. You
have your meat and vegetables, and Tomato Broth Sewing Circle Needlecraft: Dept. f -
you have planned your dessert. You Quick Dutch-Stuffed Potatoes Baked I 82 Eighth Ave. New York t
have potatoes on hand. But have Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat.

you decided how you're going to pre- Buttered Beets tern No...........
Molded Fruit Salad
pare' them? Bread Butter NameAddress...............................

I'll wager you haven't. It's an oft- Berry- Pie i 1li .............................
repeated story in kitchens from Beverage.Recipe \ i1,1., Van (amp'sPorkondBEANS
Washington to Florida, Maine to Cal- I. ,
ifornia. Because the POTATO is given. i tPattern ,

such an old"standby, you perhaps Potent Events

wait 'til the last minute to decideits ents; mix until smooth. Place mix- .
preparation. Then it's too late ure'on a floured board; roll until % There are' certain events whichto
to try "something different." inch thick, cut into rounds with a each man's life are as cometsto

Don't treat the potato as ,thoughit floured doughnut cutter. Cook in I the earth, seemingly strangeand Truth Is Hardy
were the Cinderella of the vegetable deep, hot.fat (370 degrees F.) until erratic portents; distinct from Truth is tough. It will not break,

.11.. kingdom. ,Remember golden brown. Drain on soft paper. the ordinary lights which guideour like a, 'bubble, at a touch; nay,
it responds Sprinkle with powdered sugar. course and mark our seasons, you may kick it about all day, likea
? well to Idaho Suzettes. yet true to, their own laws, potentin football, and it will be round and
carefultreatment.While 6 medium-sized Idaho potatoescup their own influences.BulwerLytton. full at evening.-Oliver Wendell

it is usually hot milk Holmes. .
considered to 2 tablespoons melted fat
have a bland 6 tablespoons buttered crumbs

I flavor, proper 1 tablespoon grated cheese 6&02
t cooking will bring 6
out its subtleties. Salt and pepper THE knitted jerkin-the well- "On a 75-mile-an-hour I like this
woman's standby for run
Although, there are only three basic Select medium-sized or large potatoes ,
ways of cooking potatoes-baking ; scrub and bake at 450 de- variety in her wardrobe. Add this .
..,., boiling or frying them in their grees F. until one to yours-it's in a>simple pat- r
raw form-there are innumerablenew each is sou- when '-41 I .
and different things to do with you pick it up and

: this ,vegetable. with a
I wonder if 'you have ever tried cloth. When done, I Bobby Should"Knoiu! I
frankfurter- sausage-stuffed pota- remove a piece of 1Jtt/fu-rz'

toes, potato croquettes, pancake potatoes skin from the side Supposing you had 10 points to F- '
Idaho Suzettes or potato /
of each potato to /
award for the qualities that go to
make it boat-
make wife. How would
If not, resolve to use these reci a good
shaped, or cut
distribute them? under !
pes. I guarantee they'll help you large potatoes in two, 'lengthwise. you my beltmow
;.-. "get the most out of your potatoes!" Scoop'out the inside, being careful Bobby Burns, the Scottish poet,
divided them in this wise. Four
"Quick Dutch-Stuffed Baked not to break the shell. Mash the JACK SIMMONS ,. 4
Potatoes.See pulp thoroughly, or put it througha parts.to good temper; two parts to says
( picture at top of column) ricer. Add butter, salt and milk good sense; one part to wit, and Railroad Engineer
6 medium-sized Idaho potatoes and beat well. Pile the mixture one part to beauty. The, remain- SBREp
6 link sausages or frankfurters lightly back into the shells. Refill ing parts he divided amongst other _
Scrub the potatoes and with an the shell to the top and make a depression qualities attending on a wife, suchas cgtJ <
apple corer make a hole lengthwise in the center of each potato. fortune, connections, education,
t- through each potato. Stuff with a Break an egg into each depres- family, and several others. toil'
frankfurter or sausage. Bake at 400 sion, season with salt and pepper and He came to the conclusion that Ke1loandlotsot .,
degrees F: for 45 minutes, or until sprinkle with buttered crumbs that none of these latter qualities was of ttUtt -
potatces are done. have been combined with grated I!n I entitled to as much as one part. p big b yh some 1

For an even richer flavor, stuff cheese. Bake in a slow oven (250- Flakes an d sugar. EtIEi 'J?,.
.' ,with a' mixture of finely chopped 350 degrees F.) long 'enough to set I 1 m tk iT pT1lS1 o'f
,". sweet Spanish' onions and ground the egg and brown lightly-for 6 to Time to Reflect 1V1
meat. Put a slice of bacon or salt 10 minutes. I op-I ____ otE
I I' pork over the potatoes and bake as Franconia,, Potatoes.Use tai oA
The side of nature f gtes
solitary our
usual. Length of baking time depends t o i
uniform medium S
potatoes. ,
demands leisure for reflection ,
tanElakesoutapPetlte. \ tp
size +
on of potatoes. the
I and 10 minutes. j 9
Pare parboil Drain, s
upon subjects on which the dash Jf
Potato Doughnuts. place around roast, and bake 40 min- and whirl of daily business, so long etogg ltisbalP t to eat' .\YY" 1' rat

2 cups flour utes, or until soft, turning often and as its clouds rise thick about us, wakesyOi w Y 7
\Vz teaspoons salt basting with fat in pan so that'they ij forbid the intellect to fasten.itself. 54,Y y Y.Copr .
2 teaspoons baking powder will brown.
ii -Froude. 1941 by Kellogg Company
Vi teaspoon nutmeg or cinnamon Old-Fashioned Scalloped Potatoes

1 cup need potatoes 4 large potatoes, pared

2 1 'eggs tablespoon butter 1 small onion, thinly sliced r.j I

t 1 cup sugar Dash% teaspoon of pepper salt THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU

/T Sift flour salt, baking powder and \Vz tablespoons flour I

spice together. Put the hot riced 1 tablespoon butter EXTRA MILDNESS EXTRA COOLNESS EXTRA FLAVOR
in ,
o potatoes a mixing bowl, add the 1% cups milk ,
butter and stir until the butter is
: Cut potatoes in %-inch slices.
Itb :; melted. Cool until lukewarm. P'/ : fJ////S: :y
Add % +S ; /
and onions .
Place in
potatoes buttered ,
.' ; yJ9.i..ra rrc; : :rty f+ r( ri
the unbeaten
iZ; ;: eggs and sugar; mix caKing dish
; well. Stir in the sifted dry ingredi- STARTED k '/j AND '-
I sprinkling each DNSBIG S: ti ; J
layer with salt, ..;+' SMOKING THSLOWERBURNING w< >r <:;
pepper and flour,
and dotting with
butter. Add milk I
Baking potatoes is perhaps the J .
y +
and Bakein :
cover. x> +
most healthful method of prepar- moderate oven } MILDNESS AND ', l
ing them, because steam
escapes (350 degrees F.) FOUND A LOT OF OTHER
from them and results in a mealy
2 hours, or until
product. No valuable minerals potatoes are tender, uncoveringthem SWELL EXTRAS,TOO. : LESS NICOTINE
' are lost, and, if the skin is also sz:
during the last 30 minutes of CAMELS ARE ACES '
eaten with the contents all bene-
" *
; #
'' ''
( baking. Serves 4.Lyonnaise. %% the
thaw of
fits of the potato are realized.If % WITH ME : average
Potatoes. ''t" s, the 4 other largest"
you are not quite ready to 4 teaspoons butter or bacon fat '
' potatoes when ) y" tr' eellingcigarettee A,,
, serve your they 2 onions, sliced
; are ready to come out of the 3 cups cooked potatoes if,l'd'/< tested-less than any
':1' oven, cover them with a towel so Salt and pepper. ,,jS.2f- !' of them-accor
IF'i that moisture will be absorbed, 2 tablespoons finely chopped parsley kr <, Ace Curtis Test Pilot Bob Fausel to independent scientific '
.' and at, the same time warmth Heat the fat in a frying pan and ::,- ''' he teats new wings for America tests of-the C9 V
will be retained. cook the onions in it a few min- smoke itself.
, It is important to retain vitamin
e' utes. Add the potatoes and' cook
C in potatoes, as well as in slowly, stirring occasionally until all
all vegetables. In order to do sides of the potatoes are golden THESMOKE'S :r r
this, store them in a cool place; brown. Season with salt and pop- J
peel just before cooking; cook per. Press flat with knife and shake
whole, if possible; have the,water over low fire until brown on bottom. :
boiling rapidly before plunging Turn like an omelet. Serve on a THE mot.
them in; use a small amount of hot platter with finely chopped pars
cooking water; cook till tender. ley sprinkled over the top. THING

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

._- FRIDAY, APRIL 4., 1941

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. . . : : : : : :-: : : : ; : : : : :-: : : : :.: :..:..:.: :..:. :..: :. :.: : :.: :' I used best now and in the future.In .
Clewiston News to the '
present site
I! ( particular,' they are concerned West Palm Beach on the

TOO LATE TOBy :i:1:f with discussions of problems and fourth mile west of. the highway courthouse.' one-
Published every Friday In Clewiston, adjustments as given by local people The contribution
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS In communities. If the state was made in
answer to
Inc. tl_ and federal ""agencies know the son by four an appeal made in per-
members of the club,
CLASSIFY problems '
: and needs of
KEATHLEY BOWDEX, Editor 1 Mrs. H. .H. McCall, Mrs. R. N.
1.: programs can be operated 'more Miller, Mrs. A. L. .
Taylor and Mrs
: '
I : and
.;- successfully in the Harry .W. Phillips. _
Entered as second ,class mall matter ( future. : Another
February I, 1927. at the Post Office inClowiaton RUSSELL KAY $150 donation was madeto
: Florida, under the Act or :: the LaBelle school band
:March 3, 18'1.SuINcrlptioa : COUNTY BOARD DONATESTO towardsthe
President Florida Press Association.. :X: CLUB AND BAND I cost of placing 'members In uni-

Rate $.OQ Per Year. .. .. .. .. .- .- .- . .Hi'. :-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..::..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:Mi..:..:..:...::. t r---- form. Approximately 24 of the

worldis spired by Dade lead (Hendry County Newsy I players will not be able to furnish
Advertising: Rates On Application. At a time when news of the County's are
burdened with accounts of death contemplating the establishment, ,ofa The county commissioners Tues' their own outfits; which cost $15

Devoted to the advancement and welfare and destruction, of greed and hate, "Blood 'Bank" in their own area, day donated $150. to the LaBelle, each. Mrs. Phillips as 'treasurer"ot

of Clewiston and Hendry County.RAMBLINGS. of selfishness' and intolerance, it is patterned after the Dade County, Woman's Club to aid in clearingthe I the band asked for a contribution.

refreshing to encounter movementsthat set-up, and indications are that. the indebtedness: incurred in '
are concerned with the welfare movement will spread throughoutthe

.. ...... ... .... ...... designed to re- I nation.. chasing and moving' the new pur'I Subscription $2.00 Per ,Year
..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..: :.: : :.: :.: : : : : : )I of humanity, '
lieve suffering and save lives. Another effort; 'equally as

J weeks Down ago in a group Dade County of civic a leaders few I the while Women's and inspiring Field, is Army the worth-I the :?.::..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:--:..:-:..:..:'.

B. B. got, together and organized Flor I American Society for the Controlof y
By I
ida's first independent "Blood Cancer. Led in Florida by State Y _

Bank," and, in all probability, the I Commander, Mrs. A. Malcolm Smith, y.
_:"-:NN-N":":":":":":-:":-:":":-:":+:":":",":' II first of its kind ever established this humanitarian army is conduct- I

in the country. Ing a campaign during the month Y
Clewiston could write its own During the past few\ years the of April to acquaint the people of I
chapter on "Women In Defense," I medical profession has turned more this state with the truth about

such as is running in McCall's and more to blood transfusions as cancer and urge their cooperation I ..:.. .
magazine each month. McCall's I a means of saving lives, .and a to the end that the death rate from .;:' ; -.
gives the part women are ,playingin check revealed that in the neighborhood I this' disease may materially re-
the organization for defense of of 5,000 transfusions are duced and hundreds of those in they t '.' 1

the nation, and the current chap- I given each year in Dade County I early stages saved from death. II |

ter described the women who have alone. The American Society: for the' V 15 NOT THE e NTY '
their to the I' y x< .
followed men army
Usually when blood transfusionsare I Control of Cancer is doing a great! V MOST SZ= '
camps: and the women who have needed time is an important work and results already are beginning V VALUABLE ar %
home. Y M -
stayed at element. Its life-saving benefitsare to show' in actual lives V PR.ECIOUS -
Since the U. S. engineers are often lost due to delay in securing 'I saved. Cancer can be cured if recognized Y STONE ) l

supervising the engineering work .a donor and blood of the in time. Surgery, X-Ray V Y'' ..iExplanation -?
with the construction, of
connected proper type. The "Blood Bank" I and Radium, alone or in combina- 'Y' ..
bases and air bases over the '
army overcomes this handicap and makes tions, when employed by experts, '
country, several Clewiston families available instantly)' any quantity of can and will cure cancer, and there I
have been summarily uprooted.In
blood required for any emergency, are NO OTHER known cures.
fact our government reserva- I ., ( on Page Eight) ,,/ 1i
tion is looking like a modern typed and ready for use. The public is urged to insure lv:: ;;.....;, :
counterpart of the deserted village; One naturally would assume that protection by having a complete ': : :" ,.4' ";
,and a vacant house in Clewiston is such an institution, offering such a : physical check-up at least once each ::. lr lI r :7" ::

:a rare thing. Of the 19 Chouses. 'on valuable service, would establish a'' year, and preferably twice .a yearif ..

the reservation 10 are closed -orVacant. charge and operate' for profit. between the ages of 35 and 54. ..:.. .. ..

The Nelson house is closed But the group of men and women Interesting. and instructive pamphlets A' 'home is the *
while Mrs. Nelson contents herselfin I who conceived the '"Blood giving "Cancer Facts" for both :: most valuable possession ::

a furnished Jacksonville apart- : Bank" idea were dominated with men and women, are available without :_: ..a: :family can have-it represents se- ::
ment. It appeared Mr. Nelson I but one thought: '"Service to Man- cost, and will be distributed by *
curity ,now and in the to Our *
"would be in Jacksonville more than kind." So they organized a cooperative the Women's Field Army without I years come. i

in any other place in his travels ,, non-profit, institution and charge. :;i:; modern plan of financing the building or ::

supervising the engineering on air- i announced that contributions of You can personally help "Fight _
:: buying of a house puts a home in reach :_:
ports in Florida. The Miles Thomas : blood by public spirited, unselfish Cancer With Knowledge" by enlist: .s ::.
"house is closed while Mrs. Thomas' citizens would, be processed and ing in the Army.' The fee is only .;: of everyman with a steady income.

and Carolyn are in Jacksonville with : made ready for use and furnishedto one dollar, and every dollar counts v.

:Mr. Thomas during his indefinite any hospital, clinic, doctor .or and pay's dividends in lives saved.he I V V
transfer to the Jacksonville office. : patient absolutely without cost. II I V I

The Cuttinos sublet'their houseto With no funds available, fraternal v
the Bradnack's and-Mrs" Cuttino and civic organizations of Dade said, showed that mora than v V

dud Anita are likewise 'in, Jacksonville County were invited to support the half the agricultural counties of v..
with Mr. Cuttino. The A. move. The Elks contributed $1- the nation are participating' in A I

'rr. Dodge, and the W., F. Simpson 500 to start the ball rolling. Or- planning,_ activities; A
houses have, b'een"vacant' since "transfers -: ganized Labor volunteered to furn- County land use planning studies, I l _

to Norfolk and 'Masseua, respectively ish, without cost, all necessary labor he brought out, are primarily con- i

just before Christmas. to build the "Blood Bank" cerned with what the resources ofa A i ATHE

JPop Sturgiss' is vacan't' since his county are: -how they be ......................................... ..... ..... ... ...... .. .. .
building.. Material and supply may .: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.: : :.: : :.: :.: : : :.:.:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:.:..:.................
:retirement last month. The Augurs houses quickly fell in line with ... .

closed their house and '.went to I donations of material, while citi- ':..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..?':..:..:.:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:--:-: :..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:...
Jacksonville after Mr. Augurs'transfer zens in large numbers came forwardto ;:r.-'''.''.''.''.''.''.'''''.''.''. '''.''.''.'':'':'':! :'':'':'':'':'':..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..: :..:-w-: : :..: !s+

stretched out indefinitely. give their blood as donors for s..:. ., .:..:1.
They are in a furnished apartment the welfare of fellow citizens.It ,}=.+ + :
there, since they'do'n't feel settled ? s..i..
is estimated that hundreds of : ss.f
enough to move. their household : .t.'t.
lives will be saved when the "Blood 7'
: :
.goods along with them. f .
Bank" gets in full operation. Those : .' AN ..t"t''.'
The O'Days received a permanent '... .': .:..:.

sonville transfer last; so month.they moved Fred to Curry Jack- !| whose of it, while lives under are saved no obligation as a result to ::: t; ... ',;...., ::::!:

II do so, will be asked to further the Ii i : ALL ELECTRIC I ....
and Doc Flaniken have been work- '>(o!" .:.. ;.,
work for the benefit, of others by '
ing in West Palm Beach and trek- :
helping to secure donors or makinga -
: n't"
king home each -week-end. Finally U ;'
Fred was sent to Albany, Ga. so cash' contribution toward operat- '. H 0 M E "'..
> ,'.r: .
ing, when 'v ;: : :
expenses they are physically : : r .. .
lie phoned Maud to pack up and ::: :' : ; :; ": .: ::::::
and financially able. ,.... r' ,. ...:.
o with him next day. Doc was ., ,. .'
Other 'Florida communities, inLand ; .,. r-: '. .' .f..t.
: .
tired of being a bachelor so the I I r' I. : :
.Flaniken family left this week to I ,Ii. TV."'.
;join him. The Hartsfields left this i VA
sonville.week, too, to join Keith in'i Jack- i Use Program :::_.i: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :: :

The men do not know how long I Outlined for County :.{:.:.!.:. takes care of both. the work and the pleasures of the :.:':.:.
'they will be in a particular loca- :
tion where :i::: home and' one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :::
; or they'll be sent next At Meet
WednesdayHendry .f..:. ...:.
time. They do, not know; either, I :. I and economically.si .{.'.}
"what sort of living accommodations vv

they'll find in each place. Several ( County News) ; ::!::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :: ::_ft.
families pooled together and rented So far agricultural conservation : .:. ...

one of the houses here to store payments to eligible land owners ':::::: give your eyes two hours'.of safe reading, light or operate : :::
:turniture for' all of them, and they in Hendry County to the amount of :
are' depending on what they can $3,682.20 have been distributed:::::::: your radio for most ,of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is i::

find furnished in their new loca- through the office of County Agent ::::? one thing that gets cheaper -the more of It that you use. *::
tions. Most of them .
are taking
Ward. More be-
Dewey money is :.:. : ..:.
along only such necessities as linens ing received every few days so that '
and baby beds. We hope they'll all payments are expected, to be ::;: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I :::;:

find plenty of pleasant places to made in the near future. I ':j::: that is all electric and modern. i s=*

park them. *' I Ward reported a meeting of agricultural :...... .:..:.
officials held last Wednesday : VI
I We've seen people have lucky evening in his office for the .1 Xi
'I .:. :' .:..:.
; Streaks before, but Mrs. JW.. purpose of discussing the neec for '

Francis'must have kissed the a land' use planning program in :_:': YOUR SERV:1::1:::
Blarney stone itself, judging from I Hendry County, and as a result of .:.... ....
the way prizes have been fallingIn the meeting the program was approved :'.:.'i' .:..!.
her lap. .. ...'.
for this county. :.: .:..:.
/ Those attending were J. C. ,:!iI:::=: ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. :;:::

We note by the high sign at the I Bedsole, representing the State :....:. .:..:.
school a'new ...:. .:.
j building that campaign Land Use Planning office; Jim : : _:

is under way, and we don't Beardsley of Clewiston, state land I':,j.t'.' .f..:.
mean politics. '.i..:. .is...
use planning committeeman; Earl "'' ....
.i"i' ; rI
R. Murray, John R. Burnett and ,'' ''.- .< '!.'. ,.'.... ...
NOTICE OP I TEXTIO.N' TO ,APPLY ,:.':. :} '.... .. .., .,..' : ,1. ,,/ .
FOR PASSAGE OF Earl S. Royer, county agricultural ,;..;. : { \ '" ...*.., ,; .:...
LOCAL LEGISLATION conservation committeemen; Joel ? 4
at NOTICE the session IS HEREBY of the Legislature GIVEN That of Keen, vocational agricultural te;.ch- :':" :' ., ';.,: ++

iTpJrida to convene in April, 1941, ap- er; W. W. Shaffer, Farm Security ,
ipucation of special will or be local made legislation for the passage the Administration and County Agent : l 'Glades Power and Light Co. II

Iowa substance: of wnlcn will be as fol- (Ward.

An Act providing that there Bedsole, as principal speaker, .' .:..:.
shall be no closed season for gave a detailed explanation 'of how AA
islung with hook and line in the }
waters of Hendry County Flor- the program is being carried' out I :,r.? ....}.
rlda. in Florida and the whole of the :,:.'.:.'' .:..:.
ELBERT 'L. STEWART ... .:..:.
TI.-.Representative. Hendry County ( ::..::..:..:-,.:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:_:..: :..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:_:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:. ..:..:..:"t:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..$.':
A.l.C 28, Apr. 4. 11, 18. 25. .I :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.. ..:..:..:..:..:..''':'':'':'':'':'':'':-:'':'':..:..:-:..:..:..:.;..:..:..:-:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:.-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:-:..:..



Mr. and Mrs. G. A.' ,Perk'ins of course was served to Mrs. E., T. I Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. George a par 4 to Lou's bogey 5. The .

Lake Harbor, have announced the Minder, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs.C. Bellamy, Mrs. M. W., Bigg, Mrs. ,C. 33rd was halved, with bogey 4s. The l
engagement of their daughter,. Miss E. Johnson Mrs. R. H. Knight, A. Martinez, Mrs. Frank Mueller, 34th hole 'was also halved with "
par '
[ PersonalsMrs. ] Bertha Frances Perkins, ,to Jack Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. Keith Harts- .Mrs.: W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs.: Wil- 5s. ,. ,t
'. ; '
I I Kinsey, Jr., of Clewiston. Mr. field, Mrs. Niblack and Mrs. C. J. liam Colyer and Mrs. Claude At the; 35th" Emmett took his ,
Kinsey is connected with ,the commissary Nielsen. Downs. "
first le d'.with
a par 4, but lost' :
) .
department of ..the !sugar Mrs. Roy Alston entertained her
the 36th when he needed 5 blows :,
Mrs.' J. J. Graham and Sally corporation. Co i. c-v bridge club Wednesday evening. Shelley Defeats.: to 'Lou's par 4:-- This made the \ .
Novelty costume belts were givenas .
Graham visitors in ,
were Friday : -" match all- even at the end of the
I West Palm Beach. Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and children prizes, Mrs. Blanche Turner 36 'holes required in the final
I Bevoly and Bettye Carol and Miss winning first and Mrs. C. E. Nail (Continued from 'Pagre'1)
i match of? the ,Championship! Flight. ..
Mrs. Dave ,Alston and Mrs.. R. C., Kathleen Flaniken, left', yesterday second. Mrs. Alston served a ''fruit Lou got down a par'3 on the ., ,
Wilson were visitors in Miami :Fri' for West pal'm'Beach to'resiJe.' salad course-in: an arrangement t 6th hole to go '1-up: and',was' never., : At, .,{his..' point a. question .came :!'
day. y Mr. Flaniken was ,sent there several suitable for Easter to. Mrs. W. H. I behind until the 35th hole.. .Lou up about what to do as, under ",

',t ;' weeks ago by the U. S., Engineersin Lanier, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Miss Mae increased his lead at the 7th with'' handicap rules a, sudden death de- ,

A. L.:' W br'e, Sr;, 'has returnedto connection with ,the new air- Palmer, Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs. a very neat birdie 4 to Emmett'spar cisipn, could was left not be, made.? .. The decision :..

his home 'in' Philadelphia affera base. I Blanche Turner, Mrs. Harry Turner 5 to go 2-up. This, by the ,two, either they entirely up to the ,
Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs. B. J. way, was the only birdie recordedby 'could play an
weeks the
of several at Inn.
stay extra '18 holes
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot ,and Mrs. Schroeder.Mrs. I either of the .2 ,men. underhandicap rulesor
A.. W. Lawrence are in Tampa this Keathley Bowden entertained The 8th was halvea ,with par 4s play to a sudden death decision' ..,
Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore with no' handicap.
week attending the Grand Chapterof her bridge club. Wednesday and the 9th with bogey 5s to make i
Haven was.a. week-end, guest of the Order of Eastern Star of afternoon. Mrs. L. C. Miller won Emmett 2 down at the turn. Both players were very tired -

Mr. and I Mrs. A. W. Lawrence.J. Florida. Mrs. Broadfoot is now first prize and Mrs. G. ,B. Thomas Lou again put on the pressure at from the long grind of ,the 36 holes .. .

worthy 'matron and Mrs. Lawrence I cut prize; both were hose in Easter the 10th by putting the green fora and decided 'to play to a sudden .
E. Beardsley attended an a past matron of the Moore Haven containers. Fruit salad and coffee par 4 and Emmett missed ,a very death decision rather than an extra -
Everglades Drainage District meet- chapter and are delegates at the were served to Mrs. Dave Alston, tricky side hill putt about 2 ft. 18 hole match. "'

ing in Miami Wednesday. grand chapter meeting.'Mr. MrsH.. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, long. Emmett is 3 down. The 37th hole was halved with

Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. W. H. The 11th was halved with not 5s and it began to look as though
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier spent and Mrs. Glen Etherton have Lanier, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. I too good 6s, but Emmett came I there would be a long death struggle -
the week-end in Tampa visiting '
had as their guests for several days Thomas. I back with a par 3 on the 12th to | to decide a winner.
Lanier's sister Mrs. W. W.
Mrs. ,
this week Mrs. Etherton's uncle and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., was hos- cut Lou's lead to 2up.
Chadwick, and family. aunt, Mr. 'and Mrs. Wells, an1 their tess Wednesday afternoon when her Lou again went 3-up with a par I The match came to an, abrupt
end on the 38th hole when
son, Curtis Wells, of Bainbridge bridge club met. Mrs. A. C. Carltonwon 5 on the 13th and then 4-up on the
Pete Chagaris and Wilbur Goff Ga. Mrs. F. R. Maxwell 'and"' A'rs. Oldspice Dusting owder as 14th with a par: 4. This was his came in, in 'championship form, to

accompanied Don Troop to Fort G. M. Penny, sisters of Mrs. Wells first prize and also won the travell biggest lead at any point in the win the hole with a par ,,4, thus

Myers Monday. Don left by bus for I came up from Miami and spent ing prize, a set of bridge score match. ended the match with Emmett 1-up .
,his home in'Texas. 15th'was at .the end of 38 holes.
Tuesday with them. pads and pencils. Mrs. John Elmore The halved with par 3s

l won a mixing bowl for second and then Emmett began a short

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Crow Mrs. John B. Murphy and daughter I prize. A salad course was served drive 'to win the 16th with a par FOR RENT..-Two bedroom
and baby Billy Sue, are moving this Jane, left Monday after spend- by the hostess to Mrs. Carlton, 5 and the 17th with a par 4. The completely furnished.apartment See-
week-end into the Shelley duplex Mrs. Mrs. 18th wag halved with bogey '5s to -
ing several weeks at the ClewistonInn Harry _Knight, V. C. Mrs. G. E. Etherton. '
recently ,vacated by;, Al Johnston. where they shared an apart- Woodward, Mrs. Elmore Mrs. A. send the men to lunch 'with Em, Apr. 4-11.
ment with Mrs. John G. Getz. Mr. L. Hackett, Mrs. Foy. Durrance and mett still 2 down. w, ..
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sallinger Emmett was evidently'well' forti-
Murphy came down Saturday to Mrs. George Crow.
have as their guest, Mrs. Sallinger'smother join them for a visit in Clearwater fied with a good lunch because he 50c ADDITIONAL SAVINGS! If.

Mrs. Olivia, of LaFayette, before their return to LaGrange, MRS. GETZ HOSTESS AT immediately started ,a ,drive to even you clip. this ad and bring it

Louisiana. 111. BUFFET SUPPER AT INN the match by winning the 19th with your radio' to Sears' modern,
-' .-, hole with a 5 to be only one down.
Elbert ,L. Stewart was a I completely, equipped service depart-.
and Mrs. J. F. and The 20th was halved with 5s
Mr. Curry
I Mrs. John G. Getz entertained
visitor I
ment. Worth 50c, on labor on
in LaBelle Tuesday, any
and the 21st also halved
I son Gail, left this week for Al- with a buffet supper at the Clewis- with 3s. radio repair.
I meeting of the board of county. I bany, Ga., where Mr. Curry is con- ton Inn Sunday evening. The Lou again needed his 1 stroke ,
! commissioners. nected with the building of the handicap to win the 22nd when both
celebrated the \
birthday an-
had bad 'f .RS 'SO ,lU' K i\l\ D i .Ce-
new airport. Mr. Curry has been niversaries of Jay W. Moran and men very Lou is I .
Clarence R. Bitting, president of with the U. S. Engineer office in Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg. again 2up.Emmett I '
the United States Sugar Corporation Clewiston for several years and has The guests included Mr. and Mrs. again cut down Lou's 1000 1st Street', Ft. Myers, Fla. .} ,
1'1. is spending a few days in lead at the 23rd with r
just completed an assignmen: at H. Edsen, Mr. and Mrs. Rawlings, a par 4 to
Clewiston this week. the airport construction office in Mr. and ,Mrs. George F. Sharp, Mr. be only 1 down. The 24th was'

t West Palm Beach. ,He expects his and Mrs. John B. Murphy, Mr. and halved 'with par 3s, but Emmett I FOR SALE-Cabbage farm in the .

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tiedtke of assignment in Albany to, ;. be for I Mrs. C. E. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Jay needed 6 strokes on the 25th to Hastings Section. Apply Don S. -
Toledo, Ohio, are visiting their three months. Lou's 5 to again be 2-down.
Moran, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn-i( Hanna, Hastings, Fla.RENTSmall .
son, John Tiedtke at the Clewis- 1 berg, R. L. Coker, Mr. and Mrs C. i f i i The 26th was halved in '4s, but I

ton Inn. MRS. HERMAN SCHARNBERG L. Downs, A. L. Webre, Sr., A. L. I Emmett came back to win the 27th :
GIVEN BIRTHDAY PRATY : with a par 4 to be only 1-down at'
Webre, Jr., Mr. and ,Mis C. E. FOR
furnished apart
the .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henriksen
Berner, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, ment.. F. L. Williamson. tf.
left Wednesday for ,a- two weeks' I Mrs. E. C. Mills gave a birthday Mr. and Mrs., W. M. Bigg, Mr. and At this point Emmett'' showed

visit with their, daughter, Mrs. Max party 'at her home Monday after- Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Miss Eleanor the stuff that champions are madeof I I .

1\ L. Arnold, in Caliente, Nevada.. noon honoring Mrs:/' Herman Mumford, Mr. and Mrs., P. Ueane and the next 4 holes were halv-

Scharnberg on her ,birthday. The Duff, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, ed with 5, 5, 4, 5. I CLEWISTON "
Harry Burgess, who was formerly guests, had brought, presents earlyin 'I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. On the '32nd hole Emmett found I r TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
stationed inClesytstonwfhtheU. the day and when prizes were IJ.II[ W.. Francis, Mr. and Mrs. R,' Y. his chance to even. the .match with I w

S. geological'survey' party, presented at the close of the bridge Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Anything in Plumbing Fixtures .,.:;',-
visited friends here this 'week. I game, Mrs. Scharnberg received a I Schiffli, Mr. 'and Mrs. W. C. Prompt, Efficient Service

shower of gifts. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, BABY CHICKSNow PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. ;
Dr., JV W. Ezelle brought :\Irs.\\ First prize, a powder 'cape, was Mr. and Mrs. W. C.: Prewitt and
Ezelle and their infant sou, Jen-; :, won by Mrs.: Carl Berner,, and low, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. ,Prewitt. : I,'"
nings' W., Jr.., home Thursday from' a box' of handkerchiefs,': ,by; Mrs. booking orders for delivery '. .
time after March 12th. Order
the Good Samaritan Hospital in John G. Getz. Cut, '''prize: guest MRS. SCHARNBERG ''HOSTESS AT any I "
will J.M.OUSECounselor
direct from advertisement
West Palm Beach.- ;; towels, was won by Mrs.,. O. F. PARTY: CLEWISTON, INN
jp'' book for $1.00 per hundred, balance -
--: Schiffli. Birthday cake and coffee I and Attorney at Law
to reach us 10 days before
Mrs. F. W. DeLozier, Marion and were served. Mrs. P. M. McIntyre won a hand- shipment. All leading breeds A Hopkins Building

Billy DeLozier, Miss Marion Ley- Guests were, Mrs Scharnberg, painted luncheon set as high bridge Grade as English White Leghorns, Wednesdays and Saturdays
dig, Mrs. John Hartman, Miss Mrs., Berner, Mrs. Getz) Mrs. W. C. prize at the bridge and Michigan I! Brown Leghorns, Rhode Island 9:80 ,to 4:00 \

Betty Spicer and Sandy Bell were Prewitt, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, party given by Mrs. Herman Scharn-I Reds, New Hampshire Reds, Whit
visitors in Miami Sunday, Mrs. 'J. W. Francis, Mrs. J. 'F. Mor- berg at the Clewiston Inn yester- and Barred Plymouth Rocks, White
rison, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs.. H. day afternoon. A novel quilted' and Black l\1inorcas. White Wyan- Clause Fitted and Scientifically,Repaired Broken Duplicated Lense .

Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs. W. C. Edsen, Mrs. Schiffli, Mrs. R. dressing-table box was second prize dottes, $8.00 per hundred delivered. DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist
Owen are attending the three-day Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor and and was won by Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Send for complete price list. Semi-

convention' of the state federation Mrs. W. C. :Owen. Mrs. C. A. Martinez won a set of nole Hatchery, Fort Myers, Fla.
Phone 108 5 Collier Arcade
of Garden Clubs in Sarasota this Joining the players for tea were berry dishes as first prize at Mich- 4t. to April 4.Johnson's. Tort Myers. Florida
4 week. Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. M. W. igan and Mrs. George Bellamy wona Successor to K. H. OakleyHOME

Bigg, Mrs. C.' A. Martinez and Mrs. wrought-iron vase .as second prize.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lamb and George Bellamy. A similar vase was given as cut

Mrs. J. 0. Pearce of Okeechobeeand prize and was won by ,Mrs. M. 'E. Fish Camp
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Bras of MRS. RODRIGUEZ HOSTESSAT < Von Mach. Mrs. O. F. 'Schiffli and
Okemah, Okla., were recent guestsof BRIDGE AND MICHIGANMrs. Mrs. M. W. Bigg who held low (Near Hurricane Gate)

Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. scores at bridge and Michigan received Clewiston, Fla.

F. M. Rodriguez 'entertained sets of place mats. Boats and Motors-Guide Service ERII
Mrs. Jay W. Moran, who is with a bridge and Michigan partyat Refreshments were served down- Rates Reasonable
spending a while at Fort Myers her home, Wednesday afternoon, stairs in the dining-room after
,, H. Johnson, Mcr.
Beach with her mother, Mrs. A. N. complimenting Mrs. Herman Scharn- the bridge games. The guest list .

Gallant spent the week-end in berg. Mrs. Scharnberg and Mrs. included Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. R.

Clewiston.Mrs. H. Edsen were given guest ',remem: Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, -..
brances. Mrs. J. W. Francis wona Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs. F. Deane
Leah Spicer and 'her guests, pair of cutwork pillowcase3 as Duff, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. O.t t MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL I jJ1YOU )

Mrs. F. W. DeLozier and children first prize at bridge, Mrs. W. P. F. Schiffli, Miss Eleanor Mumford, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
e Marion and Billy, and Mrs. John Vaughn, Jr., a set ': of: crocheted Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. W. P. Maps Estimates,

, Hartman spent Wednesday at Fort coasters as second prize, and Mrs. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. Foy Durrence, JOHN H. DOTY

,' Myers Beach. W. C. Prewitt a dish towel and Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre Engineering Consultant DON'T ...
cloth as low prize. At MichiganMrs. Mrs. S. L. Crochet Mrs. H. ,
: Ken Harris, who enlisted, in the M. W. Bigg won a cutwork Edson, Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. M. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. NEED'CASH FOR YOUR
I' United States Army a few months luncheon cloth as first prize and M. Prewitt: Mrs. M. E. Von Mach,

ago, is spending a few days in Mrs. George Bellamy a set of coasters REPAIRS or REMODELING
l' Clewiston visiting friends. Ken is as low prize. Guest towels as
f f stationed at Camp Jackson, Columbia cut prize went to Mrs. C. A. I

: South Carolina. Martinez.A v FOR YOUR BAKING
delicious refreshment course FOR SALE 1 DELAY
, Ed Von Mach returned to De- was served by Mrs. Rodriguez' to I L SPREE-DEPEND ON ME! NO'

troit Monday after spending two Mrs. Scharnberg, Mrs. H. Edsen, ..x..x..X"XAT > I RED TAPE
r' 1
weeks here with his parents, Mr. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs R. Y.
t and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach. Mrs. Patterson: Mrs. Horace Bestor. Mrs. A VERY REASONABLE

'' '> Von 'Mach 'accompanied her son to J. V{. Francis, Mrs. J. .H. Pressley, PRICE
West Palm Beach. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre I

Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. BishopWilsonLumber
Mrs. John G. Getz left Wednesday George Bellamy, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Lots 21 and 22 In ; 'e f .f f ftgj
for her home in Chicago aftera Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mrs. Frank Co.

stay of several weeks at the Mueller, Mrs. William Colyer, Mrs! Block 208 i
r- Clewiston Inn. Mrs. O. F. Schiffll Walter Vaughn, Jr., and Mrs. W. \ CLEWISTON, FLA.FRIDAY .

, accompanied her to West Palm : C. Prewitt. I ...........;..........)
t Beach to board the train.

r Bob and Dick Patterson arrived I Mrs. Louis Mor I'I'I I 1 I Il

'Wednesday night from the University Mrs. Earl Smith was hostess, to l, FREE. Send tot Nfl bookI -
, of Florida at Gainesville members of her bridge club Fri- 600 N. CLINTON, ST. I I flee, containing dozens ot
.. 'and are spending the spring vacation day afternoon. Mrs. J. G. Niblack I I II ( bright oar"b ideu ktelddtets to improve:
IR" with their parents, Mr. and received high prize and, Mrs. Carl Gillespie, Ill. 'aff-phoiphat Ramford Buinf Po.d/x.
i doobU-ocfing Box N,Rnmford.R,L-
Mrs.."-R. Y.- Patterson.' '" Johnson second prize.:, A salad I I cMootG

., '

..r .

bring: along some of the things we I ..------- _______4

seem"What to need.t' hell" do we need we ain't' UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL HOUSEHOLD

I l 41i y challenge.I got now?." was Salaria's prompt I QUESTIONSAlways

!ppmt meekly schools suggested and churches that and hospitalsand good SUNDAY Lesson

furniture with the
BY w. N.U. Service roads and telephones and a radio By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. grain in the wood.
station might help a little. Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
THE STORY SO FAR Salaria's smoldering eyes viewedme Chicago. *
Carol Coburn. Alaska-born daughter of a !Carol gets a school Job at Matanuska, askance."I (Released by Western Newspaper Union.), To be tender meat should be
"bush rat" who died with an unproved but there is no schoolhouse, and her residence reckon you've been powwowin'with boiled at a constant temperatureof
mining claim, returns North to teach school. is''a shack. Barbara visits her one. that long-legged college doodwho's Lesson for April 6 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
while she is busy cleaning up the place.
engineer, rescues day .
Sidney Lander mining
dennin' with ol' *
it is up SockEyefor
tells her
Carol finally
of Eric She slights and
aboard ship from annoyances
her(the Red) Ericson. Lander is engaged to no useOtrylng to get Sidney away. "Then the winter. He sure burns my lected Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts se Soap and water will remove ink
Barbara Trumbull whose father Is fighting what are you worrying about?" asks Carol. pappy up hot-airin' about what's go- Council of Religious Education; used by stains' from washable fabrics if
Coburn's claim. Lander breaks with Trum- Barbara explains she is worried about the in' to happen to this valley. But permission. stains area:first soaked in milk.

hull and moves, to Sock-Eye. Schlupp'S change in Lander's career: plans. any silk-shirt swamp-drainer needn't *
---- --- -- -- -
. INSTALLMENT VIII I look for too many lovin' words from CHRIST PROMISES, POWER Mirrors should never be cleaned
the old-timers who came in here
for earache frost- LESSON TEXT-Acts 1112. with soap ,suds. The, best resultsare
in Sidney, an with
"About the change a skillet and ax and hacked '
GOLDEN TEXT-But ye shall ,receive obtained by rubbing them witha
bite and tried hand at cutting apupil's
frank re- my their
was the unexpectedly homes out. o' the wilderness.
power after that the Holy Ghost is come paste 'of whiting and water.
sponse. "He's a man of his word. hair, and attached much- Them was men with the bark on. upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto
And he's a good mining engineer.Yet needed buttons and even more urgently \,They cleared their own land and me, both In Jerusalem, and in all Judea. Then polish with a dry chamois
his needed patches to the gar- and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part to remove the powder.
he's willing to throw up built their own wickyups and didn't of the earth.-Acts 1:8.
chances by hanging about this God- ments of my not ungrateful little ask an agent in brass buttons t' "
forsaken valley." scholars. They no longer laughed atSockEye's slice their sowbelly for 'em." Two.- mblem Flag

I resented that slur on the landof old revolver, which I It was at this point I loosed an Important things bear repetition. .
I resentedthe carried in a belt holster around my Luke, who wrote both the Gospel
adoption just as arrow in the dark.
In 1775
committee recommended
and the Acts the ascensionof a -
waist and from which I derived a presents
implications behind it. I "Then don't of Sid-
you approve that the
single of the 13
Christ His of and flag
"I have no intention," I said, "of I somewhat foolish sense of protec- ney Lander?" promise power, states which had
His command to witness at the previously had
with Lander's ca- 'tion. For I felt more self-reliant,
interfering Sidney Salaria's
smoldering eyes grew individual flags, retain the unionof
of the Gospel and at the
of with that old firearm swinging
reer. I happen to have a career perceptibly softer.
beginning of the Acts. "The one is the British flag (the combined
against hip.
own to look after. my "He don't o' she
my me,
approve crosses of St. Andrew
and St.
"I understand you're to be a teacher When Sam Bryson first told me he finally proclaimed. "He dumb all suffused with evening light; the
goes other is of George), on a background of 13
radiant with the
I promise
said with commiser- had a girl in need of schooling ,
here, she a ev'ry time I git within rifle-rango alternate red and
childin a new day. The is the recordof stripes.
ative small smile."I pictured a frail and frostbitten o' Sock-Eye's shack." one
am," I replied. "And my work pigtails.. But Salaria Bryson- a tender farewell; in the other, This Grand Union flag, or Cam-
the sense of parting has almost been bridge flag, was first flown by
will keep me too busy to think of universally spoken of as "S'lary"turned CHAPTER X
wrecking other people's happiness." out to be something quite absorbed in the forward look to the Washington over his headquartersat

"May I tell Sidney that?" she different. I found myself confrontedby new phase of relationship which ,is Cambridge, Mass., on January 2,
Sock-Eye at door
appeared my 1776. It is interesting to note that
wide-shouldered begin.-Alexander( Maclaren).
asked she buttoned her queenly a
as and presented with bearskin
me a this same flag has been used by
cloak of mink. Boadicea who towered several The Proof Christ's Resurrect
fresh off the stretching frame.I .
1 the old Honourable East India
her hair tion (w. 1-3).
"Of course, I retorted with more inches me. She wore suspected this was merely an Two later
vigor than I had intended.She close-cropped, dressed like' a man, excuse for a man-to-man talk. Before telling of "the day in whichhe company. years congress -
stood silent moment, and I and could swear like a trooper. She Sid Lander caller was taken up," Luke makes .it .adopted our present'National -
my in its form resolv-
'flag early
could see the hardness go out of her was hard-muscled and strongly-knit explained, had. just blown in aftera clear that the ascended Christ, who ,
ing that "the flag of the United
eyes.. and could swing an ax or, drive a week out on the trail. As I had had made the promise of power to States be thirteen, stripes alternatered

"Thanks," she said, rather quietly. team or carry a deer carcass over no answer for that announcement His disciples, was the very one who and white that the, Union be
her shoulder. She proved herself Sock-Eye sat morosely and meditatively died for our sins, but who could not ;
thirteen stars white in blue
Before I knew it, in fact, I found fonder of hunting, in fact, than she chewing his cud. be holden of death or the grave. He a
field constella-
myself taking the hand which she "I reckon you think quite a lot arose, of which there are indeed tion., representing a new

held out to me. o' Sid?" he finally ventured. "many infallible proofs" (v. 3). At
Easter time we recall the fact that
I felt the
need of picking my way
CHAPTER LX with care. leading historians and experts in the
field of evidence have declared that
"He was very kind to me once, I
It didn't come to me as a sur- acknowledged. the resurrection is the best established j 'A 'Io l

prise when I learned that Sidney "There's too many females think a fact in all history.

Lander was no longer concernedwith lot o' that hombre," proclaimed my The fact that for forty days after

the management of the Willow saturnine old'friend. "It's sure get- His resurrection Christ was among qg.
Creek Mine. What perplexed me tin' him roped and hog-tied before His disciples, speaking to them of 0.I
was the discovery that he didn't go his time." the things of the kingdom of God, is

to Seward when Barbara Trumbull "What's the trouble?" I asked significant and conclusive proof in

sailed for the States. with an effort at lightness. itself.II. .

But it wasn't mine to question "The immejit trouble is that out The Promise of Christ's Power s

why. All I cared to remember was 4 law offspring of ol' Sam Bryson's," (w. 4:8). I

that, for reasons entirely his own, 4 he announced. "S'lary's hit so hard They were to tarry in Jerusalem y

he somewhat sedulously kept his she ain't ,got 'no shame left. She's until the ''power of the Holy Ghost
trail from crossing mine.So borrowin' readin' books from him
came upon them. This took plaCeon ..
in ,that interim of suspended and carryin' home his socks t' darn. the day of Pentecost (Acts 2) !+ BETTER ,r,

action, I lost myself in action enough And that ain't good for no hombre when the Holy. Spirit came to abide.

....., of my own. I trimmed the wick who has obligations elsewhere." We no longer are called on to tarry i1f 111510N
of the lamp of learning and came "What obligations?" I inquired. for the Holy Spirit to fall on us, for EYE
a little closer to my valley neighbors '' GLASSES WAS
reckon he's told you he's goin't' the moment we believe. He, comes
: And even Sam Bryson, I be- :.. DISCOvEREDBYti'JALVINO
marry Big John Trumbull's daughter into our lives in blessed abiding
gan to feel, was no longer an open DARMATO
? presence. But we do need to tarry,
The sweat out her face.
enemy. came on I could feel the bearlike old 'eyes to wait for His fullness of power, .AROUND 1275
One Sunday, as I was shovelingthe studying face. before attempt to minister for
drifts from Sock- was of housework. And taken all .
Eye arrived with my a doorstep homermanufactured in all she seemed about the most "Yes, he told me that," I said as Christ. We need to yield to Him for

hand sleigh, which same, he perfect specimen of physical wom- quietly as could.. I His fullness, bringing out emptiness THE BETTER WAY TO1REATCONSTIPATION
.dourly explained'would make it eas- anhood I ever clapped eyes on. I couldn't forget what Sock-Eye : that He may .fill us and then use us. DUE TO LACK OF

ier for me to mush supplies from Her attitude toward me as a had said when I was giving Sam The disciples had an important PROPER BULK IN THE DIET. IS TO '+

the village. On that sleigh, however chalk-wrangler was openly hostile, Bryson's daughter her next lesson. i question to ask (v. 6) regarding the .CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE

; 'reposed a war-scarred old rifle until she discovered I was Alaska She surprised me by her new _determination restoration of the kingdom. The reply \WITH A DELICIOUS
"to better herself." She' of Jesus turned their attention CEREAL, KELLOGG'SALLBflAN. S 1Y
and an equally worn revolver, to born and had once lived in a hill
at last seemed willing to improveher from that future 'matter to their EAT fIT
Bay nothing of a Morris chair whichhe camp. She was willing, after that,
had fashioned with his own hands to overlook my unhappy dower of mind. present obligation to witness for Him EVERY DAY AND All. f

and upholstered, with the hide of a book learning. But there remained She even asked me' about cosmetics -I and their need of power for that wi1 DRINK PLENTY .-,

moose brought down, by his own something pathetic about S'lary. and how they were used, ness. This does not mean that His .OF WATER.,
trusty forty-five. She had missed so much of life, though those rich and ruddy lips of followers are to lack interest in the

When he took me out to practice without quite knowing it. She was hers were in need of no chemical Kingdom which Christ will one day

marksmanship on the side hill back, as strong as an ox and as tirelessas kalsomining.I 'establish, nor that they should fail
of the shack, the rifle made my a sleigh husky and as fearless, could see a faraway 'look come to be interested in prophecy and its Apparent Sufferings

shoulder sore and the six-gun did in one way, as a wildcat. She knew into her eye. fulfillment. It does clearly mean Present sufferings seem far It

things to my wrist. But I soon her woodcraft -and could keep "D' you ever git a sniff o' Sid' that we must leave times, seasons greater to men than those they

found I-, could hit a spruce plankat herself alive, I suppose, in, any cor- Lander after he's had a shave?" and dates to the Lord and be dili- merely dread.-Livy.
twenty paces. Sock-Eye, watch- ner of Alaska. 'But she was afraidof she hungrily inquired. "He smells gently about the business of witness

ing .me, eventually admitted I han- that side of life which a school-, better that drugstore down t' An ing for Him.

dled a shooting iron like an old- teacher stands for. The sweat came chorage. But what I can't figger out How greatly the little band of: GRAY BAIRS

,timer, out on her face when I gave her a is why he doubles up with an ol' disciples needed power in that day

{: .','TlT: : bet. it was your pappy first list of third-grade words to spell. has-been like Sock-Eye Schlupp, why to face a hostile unbelieving world Do you like them? If not get a bottle ot

showed you' how 't' handle them S'lary, however, was seldom he's willin' to batch it with a run- sunken in bondage to Satan, and make Preparation gray hairs it a is color guaranteedto so closeto
peace-makers," he ,chucklingly ob meek. She shared her father's resentment down bush-rat when he ought t' havea bring to it the convicting and con the natural your color; the color they were
served. woman's work for of the gospel. They before turning gray or the color of your
against the outsider in woman.doin' a verting message hair that has not turned gray that you or
"It was," I admitted as I took a general and all invaders of the valley him." received that.power, and in spite of your :friends can't tell the doesn't difference maKe or
final:,pot< shot and made the bark in particular.' And certain new- "Have you ever told him so?" I every hindrance the gospel throughthe your any difference money refunded.what color It your hair Is ana

fly, fron'.i:a 'hemlock trunk. comers, she intimated, would live asked. centuries has made its way to ttls drops so upon simple the to scalp use-Just:for a massage few days a few per
''Theiv'he'gave you eddication that longer if they talked less about that Salaria's wide shoulders droopeda the hearts of men, and won its victories directions like thousands are doing.
meant' something conceded raft of broken-winded cheechakosthe for God. Your druggist has Lea's Hair Prepara-
." Sock- little. tion, or can secure a bottle for you, or a
Eye. '"I've seen a heap o' changes government was shipping up "It wouldn't do no good," she We need that power today. The' regular aration will dollar be bottle sent you of Lea's postage Hair paid Prep by 4.
in.this cockeyed country. But she's north in the spring., listlessly proclaimed "He ain't in- Holy Spirit is here to give it' to us, receipt of one dollar cash. P. O. '
still:'raw around the edges. And They were to be families, rumor terested in females that-away." as we yield our lives to God. Thereare money extra.).order or stamps. (Sent COD 12o

there's times when slappin' leather's had it, taken off relief in the Middle "But he's a man," I remindedher. many Spirit-empowered men LEA'S TONIC CO., INC. .
stilLthe short cut t' a square deal." West, hard-working farmers who and women in the Church today, but Box 2055: /- Tampa

My teaching was an odd sort of had failed. in their old homes and "I s'pose he is," Salaria retorted relatively' their number is small.

teaching. For.morning by morning, 'were looking for a new Land of with a' heightening flame of indignation. Who is ready to yield to His controlnow Crime EverlastingThe

in parka and'mukluks, I set out for Hope. "But I'll bet my bottom dollar and thus swell the host of faith- punishment can be remitted -

one or another of the lonely home- "But if they was failures there," that lousy four-flushing pie-eatin' ful and effective witnesses? ; the crime, is everlasting.--

steads, and there, beside a stove contended Salaria "they'll sur fail Trumbull blonde back in the Statesis III..The Pledge of Christ's Return Ovid.IIISf.Joseph.
crackling with spruce wood and here. And all they'll do, after' the sourin' that hombre on women for (vv. 9-12).

birch, I.held my classes, sometimeswith .first freeze-up, is amble out and life. I seen 'em when she flew in and understandable is
How plain
the Monday's washing or .theTuesday's give the valley a bad name." here. And he wasn't turnin' no hand-,
in this passage.uThis
the promise
ironing being done on the "But they're to bring their wom- springs when she hunted him up." other-"shall
other side of the room, sometimes en and children," I pointed out, "and As I stood staring into Salaria's Jesus"-not some is literally so ASPIRIN: )!off];
come" that personally, -
with the sourdough sponge being the government is to stand behind flashing eyes'I began to realize that and; visibly. There is no ground WORLDS lARGEST SEllER AT
worked into loaves on the far end of them and build their houses and she was of the same statuesquemold for
the table at which them with seed and stock." had the here for spiritualizing, say,
my solemneyedlittle supply as Lander. She same
scholars were at work with I could see Salaria's eyes flash. love for open trails. She had the example that He comes in death, i CREATING WEALTH
that this was but a metaphorical NEW I
paper and pencils. I was asked, as "And it's a hell of a lot the gov- same ruggedness of body and the or i
a rule, to have dinner'with the fam- er'ment did for the old-timer," she same wide jaw and the same brown expression.The

ily. Sometimes, when I started for exploded. "They. fixed it so we tone to her skin: And I fell to won- text is very plain and em TO ORDER

home, I'd be given a jar of blue- couldn't even land a salmon or. killa dering, with a ghostly twinge of en- phatic. In agreement we find

berry jam or a bowl of sauerkraut, deer' without havin' a warden at vy, if ,there mightn't eventually be among others, such texts as Luke 21: 0 Advertising creates new
sometimes even 'a slab of deer meat. our heels. They put the ,bushratout some kinship of spirit between them. 7; John 14:3; Philippians 3:20, 21; wealth by showing people new
But very few of them, I found o' business by playin' into the "I'll respect your secret, Salaria," I Thessalonians 1:7-10; I Thessalonians -I and better ways of living i ,and 'i
were able to be givers. Most of them'were hands o' the big minin' companies. I said with what dignity I could 4:16; II Timothy 4:8; Hebrews as i it creates to new the wealth prosperity t contributes of- :

shockingly destitute. They kept us with the Indjins and command. 9:28; Revelation 1:7. Unless we reject everyone touched by the flow of money ,
I did considerably mare-than teach Eskimos and'squealed like a stuck "Secret? It ain't no secret," was God's Word, 'we must receive which is set up. In this way,don't you
the three R's and correct papers and pig when we asked .for a school al- I the prompt and primitive reply. this truth, and should receive it with see, advertising is a social force which is I I
!pass out assignments. Sometimes I lowance. And they wouldn't .even,' "Even ol' Sock-Eye knows Sid Lan- joy, for it is the blessed hope of the working in the interest of every one of tu

looked after a baby or two and took build a road 'for us." der could do what he likes with me." Church (Titus 2:13). He is coming wealth every day to use of and the enjoy.year, bringing us new :

the bred out of the oven, and airily "Perhaps," I suggested, "they'll, (TO BE CONTINUED) again I
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'Johnson Reports .. night at the grade school auditor- tain., These will be rented for ten ... 'ritory:, of transients may borrow 'I First ,Congressional district on
ium. Representatives of all schoolsin cents per week until such time as books by depositing the Tuesday in Tampa.

Better the county will be present. the rent on the book has doubled value 'of the book. The purpose of the meeting was
Bass Fishing The five who have been chosento its cost. Then that book will be 3. Each person will be limitedto Ii organizing each county unit into

ClearsGenial represent the Clewiston school placed on the regular shelves, all one book of fiction and one bookof defense councils to prepare an inventory -
As Weather elimination here are ; are non-fiction of
'- following the for a period of one county resources avail-
Sue Von Mach of the eighth grade, bought. to replace it on the rental week. able for use in event of a national

Bill Johnson, manager ofJohnson's Sammy Young, :Mary Louise Thomas ehelf. 4. Overdue fines shall be' two emergency.The .
stated this and Grace Ward of the sixth grade Since there Is no income for the cents
Fish Camp per day on each book bor- movement Is a part of the
week that the past two or three and Wanda Shelter of the seventh library excep"t donations and the rowed and no person will be loanedan work of the state defense council
the had grade. trivial amount which will be obtained additional which is
week's business at book until the booksare supervising formation of
been better than at any time dur- from book fines and from the returned and fines paid. similar units in all counties and

ing the year, cold, squally weather Miss Individual, Is rental shelf fees, the committee is 5. The 'library will be open on ; many cities of the state.
having interfered for many weeks hoping that each civic organizationwill Saturday afternoons between the; Divisions of the councils will in-
with good fishing. Chosen HereIn undertake to provide a portionof clude civil protection, industry,
To Be hours of two and six and on material -
the needs time Tues-I
library's as goes
Fishermen in ever increasing day evenings between the resources, transportation and
on. At present, after the need for
numbers have been coming anti seven and ten. I 1 communication, power and fuel,
dis connection with the regular children's books is relieved, the 'labor and personnel
few, if any, have gone away 6. A rental book shelf will be supply
satisfied. Most of them have taken movie program at the Dixie Crystal library needs to purchase a filing and fire protection, food and agri-
operated for the of obtaining
their limit and some of" the fish Theatre Tuesday night at 8:30 a cabinet for catalog cards.addition purpose culture, health and housing, infor-
have been of very good size. number of Clewiston girls. will al book supports, labels, holders, which funds to purchase new books mation, education and morale; finance -
would not otherwise be in
compete for the title of "Miss Individual" mending supplies, binders for per- and budget.
One group from West Palm the library. These books will rent
manent pamphlet files,
of the magazines
and the winner
Beach including John B. Cook, Al for ten cents per week and will The plan is directed, toward a,
wall wouldbe
etc. A and
contest will have her expenses globe, maps
Eder, Fred Jacobs, Dayton Court, consist only of new and popular complete record of resources and
In the much used by children and adultsIn
paid to attend and compete
H. I. Pierce each facilities in Florida that could be
W. R. Payne state contest. \ the present world situation, anda books which are not in the free
caught their limit last Sunday. typewriter would greatly facilitate library. If duplicates are donatedto used in an emergency.
There will also be tiny tot revue -
Elmer Hall of Miami Beach and "Little In- some of the work of the committee. the free library or when the Carl D. Broreln, vice chairman of
for the title of I
Harlan, Ky., was here for three dividual" as well as singing, dancing Mrs.. Kolstad, speaking for' the, rental on each book has doubled the the state council, presided, and
days this week and brought in his I and other specialty acts with committee, has stressed the fact I value of the book it will be placedon George L. Burr, Jr., .of Tallahassee,
limit on every trip. He was so executive secretary, explained the
enthused that had it not been fora Ed Clark acting as master of cere- that the organization of a public the free shelves and a new book
threatened strike at his coal monies. Miss Jeanne Thomas, who library is a new experience for each bought: to'reIlace? it. plans and purposes.The .
much was named as "Miss Individual of member of the committee and that meeting, was held in the
mines he would have stayed
longer. Pahokee" will be present as a the regulations which have been GROUP FROM COUNTY AT Tampa Terrace Hotel.
guest on the stage. Selections will adopted and the work which has TAMPA DEFENSE MEETINGC.
Harry Kornblum of Evansville, be made by out-of-town judges. been done is the result of trying to
,Ind. and" J. F. Edmondsen of and rules of other
adapt methods V" Parkinson of Clewiston and
Hollywood, were here Friday and libraries to the local situa-
Saturday and had little difficultyIn School Glee Club public tion. The committee will welcomeany W. ,T. Maddox, R. M. Harris, 'Dennis

bringing in the limit of bass. comments from Small, ,A. L. Taylor and Roy Greeneof '
suggestions or
Four of their fish weighed better Visits Moore ,HavenThe any interested person and hopes LaBelle represented Hendry # \4i
than five pounds and one tipped the
that every resident of the Clewis- County aLa meeting of business ,and ,
scales at six and a half. '
: feel that the libraryis
High School Glee Club, un- ton area will ; professional men and women from
One party Sunday tried live bait der the direction of Miss Alice as much a'part of Clewiston as fourteen counties
and had unusual success,' bringingin Steinholtz, presented a program the streets and sidewalks and will representing the
one eight and a half pounder. Monday at the Moore Haven School use it as freely.' The rules under -

This party Miami.was headed" by L. S. and on April :16. the Moore ,Haven which the, library is opening will .:< ; :-:-<< : ;.;.; :-: : :., : :.,., : : : : : :.,., : :., : ,.:., : : : : :...
Julian of Glee Club, and orchestra will return be changed as the need arises.

Others' fishing here recently were the ,visit and give a program The following rules have been .
Geo. G. Jones and W. R. Wynn of here. adopted: .

Columbus, Ohio, and Hollywood, Several numbers were sung by 1. Each person desiring to make : .E 1
Fla., /O, J. Frick of Fort Lauder- the Glee Club and there were also use of the library shall fill out an I 11
dale, R. B. Williams of Warsaw, several instrumental selections.The application card with all required

Ind., W. J., Zink of Birmingham, purpose of these exchange information.a. .
Ala., H. C. Bohn and I. G.. Lam- programs is in no sense to create Seasonal residents shall give I CLEWIS TON 60LF I 1ti

bert of Johnstown, Pa., H. R. a spirit of competition between the additional information to be ::
Straight of Bartlesville, Okla., schools but rather to encourage a
verified by the library com- I
Charles J. Spiel of Wilmington, deeper ,appreciation of music among mittee or be guaranteed by a

Del.delphia, and, Pa.Water Henry. W. Speil of Phila-, the students. b, property Children owner.under. eighteen yearsof i iL COURSE I I.s

age must 'be guaranteed bya .. t I''
Mains ExtendedTo parent 'or property owner .s': 'OJ-," ': -. I', I .'s',s..
A sudden wind and rain stormon and children under ten years ..' ..: .,;' s.
:J.:. '.
Baseball Diamond Thursday which lasted only a of age -may' not receive cards ?. "". .1'.", f I"I :-41 ''" ,.s..
, ,
few minutes caused 'minor damageto :' I
and, will not be admitted to ., 's'I
property, trees and shrubs while the library unless accompanied I Y

The city is extending'water mainsto more:: than a half inch of rain fell. by an adult. f '- : .
the new baseball diamond in the Some felt that the freak wind was i 2. Books, will 'be free to white .s' tI

southwest section of town in orderto ,in the nature of a small twister. residents). of, the Clewiston area including -
secure a supply of water at the Barracks and South

once for irrigating of grasses Clewiston LibraryContinued Clewiston.a. I Open to the Public I I
which are being set out. Shower Residents of surrounding ter- :.

rooms are also planned in the near ,
future. ( from Page 1)

left of the entrance" to the library .:N:N:N:N:N N N:N N:N N:N:N:N N N N:N N:N:N:N:M:N:N:o y's.. ,s.Y .
A shipment of Bermuda grass has been set aside as a children'sroom X J
seed was received this week to be and although the collectionof Y
planted on the field and a good sod children's books is woefully :;: & j.: xs s

Is anticipated within a short time. meagre at the present time, the :;: .J :wv :: .' ", ,..
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committee is planning to add to it f yy .s ,p 'I 0'.

County Spelling Bee within a few weeks. Story hour A DIAMOND, IS NOT THE :y's' s: :y: :Ls r.s .
and groups will be organized after y .s.
In LaBelle Monday the close of school year and an interesting :s: MOST VALUABLE ;:.%: :;: Moderate, Green Fees =::
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program of activity for the PRECIOUS STONE y S
people is being planned.A Y ,y :: Exceptional Fairways ::
young :;: The ruby 'is more valuable :3:;: : ; =;
' The spelling bee elimination at rental shelf, which is opening : 's. ,.

Which a representative of the with ten books, will be provided.On :..;:. than. the diamond."-l.-i.Amer-':.;': .:.;: Interesting Greens ::
county will be chosen for a district this will be placed new and w lcana" Vol. .".2. '
spelling bee to be held in Miami popular books which the library ? lis

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