The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 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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\ 15-:NtJMBCK 18.' ".::; ; CLEW1STOX, FLOKIDA, FRIDAY, AIMtiL 11, 1941 SUBSCRIPTOX-$2.00 PER YEAR' .1


Easter Egg ;Hunt Important Committees


Clewiston American Legion Post Hendry County's ,representative I{

SCHOOL BOARDThe No. 93, at the regular monthly OPENING ROAD 26 in the ''Florida legislature for 1941, LAKE VEGETABLESClewiston

meeting Tuesday night "at the Inn Elbert L. Stewart of Clewiston, was ,

made plans for the annual Easter honored by appointment to the

county school board, in a egg hunt which will be held in the Some 250 pars: from Miami, Fort I'chairmanship of the important com- I residents awakened:

six hour session last Friday, accepted Civic Center Park ,Sunday afternoon Lauderdale and other East Coast j mittee on banks and loans upon Tuesday morning to find lawns and
the recommendations of local at two o'clock and to whichall I the opening of the session last
cities participated in the motorcadeto 'I gardens covered with a sheet of
boards of trustees and elected children of the community are II i Tuesday. I
water the result of the heaviest
teachers for all, schools of the invited.W. the Lake area this morning to I I' Mr. Stewart is also a member of
rainfall of the year which began
county for the 1941-1942 term. C. Owen, chairman on arrangements attend the formal opening of Road ,{ the appropriations committee, canals I before dark
shortly Monday night
The board also made a ruling states that sixty dozen 26, the new short cut highway I and 'drainage committee, i iI and continued through the entire

that, all teachers employed by Hen- have been purchased for col- claims committee, labor committee,
eggs from :Miami: to the Lake. A larger I I night. '4.40 inches was reportedfor
dry County would be required to oring and the Boy Scouts will hide I I public amusement committee, public Clewiston
part of this group is expected to up seven o'clock
within the lands committee, public roads
their home
establish the eggs under the supervision of'a ,Tuesday and intermittent... showers
county during the school term. This committee appointed from the cdme to Clewiston this afternoon to and highways committee and conservation I through the forenoon raised this

would effect Clewiston visit the house other committee.
ruling one various churches. sugar and
another two tenths of an inch.It .
teacher, Mrs. Louise Greene, who Prizes will be awarded to chil- points of interest here. David 'Elmer Ward ,of Fort
Myers, state from this district was discovered that the rain
makes her home in Moore Haven dren in each age group finding the The group participated in ribbon senator -
general and that the
is chairman of the was a one
to senate
and would be required to move most eggs and it is planned to have cutting ceremonies this morning at fall had, been
especially heavy
Clewiston if she continues teach-i committee on roads and highwaysand
the smaller tots use the playgroundarea Twenty-Mile Bend and then droveto
around the south shore of the lake.
is a member of the JudiciaryC
ing here. ]I rather than the park which South Bay, the northern terminus Ritta with 5.12 inches the
decided rules and appropriations
It was also definitely I of the new' I com
will be devoted to the older chil highway. From ,hardest hit.
that grade schools of the county I dren. there they went to Pahokee wherea I mittees. I
should run for eight months term Fields were covered with water
I barbecue and fish fry was heldin
this year and the high schools nine Land Use connection with the EvergladesFair. Chamber of Commerce and drainage district pumps run-
months. It had been hoped that a There the motorcade was I ning at full 'speed were unable to

nine month's term could be had I I Committee' cope with the situation in every
broken up and various cars visited Agricultural
Meeting Held HereOn locality. The house of the
for both elementary and high sugar
those points which they most desired II

i schools but the necessary money I to see. Most of the crowd'' Met At Inn On Friday United States Sugar Corporationhere
k WednesdayV. forced to shut down for
I is not available.Mrs. I .I I planned to visit Clewiston.. I
I an eighteen hour period because
Agnes Thomas, a teacher in -

the Clewiston school for a num- I V. Bowman, state director for I sidered Completion one of of the Road most 26 important is con- An estimated fifty people attended -I fields were too wet to take out the
cane. Cutting continued Wednesday
ber of years, indicated that she i.Land Use Planning and his as- steps In the development of the I the meeting here last Fridayof and the house, resumed-

would' not wish re-elected.to teach All next others termso sistant, J. C.: Bedsole, who is now Everglades. ,It will open up a vast the Agricultural Committee of I operations that sugar night. During the

was not a's working up a Land Use Planning area of hitherto inaccessible lands, the State Chamber of ,Commerce at shutdown a general cleaning was
were re-elected follows: program in Hendry County held a will cut many miles from the distance i
P. the Clewiston Inn, many of whom j given and it is believed that the
R. W. Turk, principal;
meeting with the'men selected for to Miami, an Important mar- !
leading cattlemen of the state | season may now be, finished with
Mrs. were
,- Keen, Miss Ruth Knight, Mary
the Clewiston committee on Wednesday ket for lake produce, and will further
Baker Mrs. Livonia Holstine, Miss interested in the cattle fattening out cleaning operations.
+ afternoon in ,the office of bring many thousands of tourists
Lucy Humble, Mrs. Essie Oliver, experiments being conducted hereby Damage to crops was heavy, particularly
J. E. Beardsley. Mr. Beardsley through this section every year
in the Ritta Miami Locks
Burhans Mrs. Mar- the United States Sugar Cor ,
Miss Evelyn ,
a member of the state Land Use from the lower East Coast resort. and Belle Glade and
garet Arey, Miss Alice Steinholtz, poration. H. I. Mossbarger of Miami area reportsnow
Mrs. Louise Greene, Mrs. Edith'S. I Planning 'committee. Almost forty miles is cut from I ,. chairman of the committee, are that ''a, fifty per cent dam
The Land Use Planning programis the distance from Clewiston to Mi- estimate is'' conservative
Dilley and F. G. Sturchio as band 'to coordinate the effortsof presided and Harold Colee,. executive age a one.
ami by the 'new road. Tomato crops were the worst hit
director. vice president of the state body
the various governmental agri- i I as it is now considered too late in
In the colored schools A. A. was present.
cultural and. to' in
agencies help
Thomas, Viola Thomas and Naomi solving the particular difficultiesof Miss Bozeman Winner Resolutions were adopted pledg- the season ,to replant.

Cornell for Harlem Academy and United States Sugar Corporation
any agricultural area. Committees I ing active work toward improve-
Albert Robinson for Bare Beach I reports showed a rainfall of
are set up In each community "Miss Individual" TitleMiss ment of University of Florida agricultural -
I 2.73 inches at Benbow 2.55 at
:. were re-elected. and to work
and each of these selects a buildings on
LaBelle'and Felda' schools: will member to represent it on a cen- laws if necessary to require all Liberty Point, 4.40 at Townsite, 4.40

also have 'the' same faculty next tral county committee. One of the Winnie Bozeman, a nieceof state slaughter houses to equip at Bare Beach, 5.12 at Ritta, 4.55

,,":>- ,. -: .../ .year .AS ..t.bk'-.Jt\; .*!lf ;bus!-drivers first duties ..1u' ;:;ILuU" ,out.:,the dif-, Mrs. Richard ''Hooks, ,was chosen themselves with cold storage fa- ''I at Miami Locks, 4.25, at South

were re-appojnted., "" ficulties in ,each' area 'and' -to draw "Miss "Jndivld 1" of'"Clewiston at a cilities. It is said' that the-main .Shore..and 4.20. Inches. at :South Bay

contest held at the -Florida beef is' in such I in the Western' "Division. The
up: a land use map, giving a general : Tuesday night reason poor
Church I New Dixie Crystal theatre. repute is the sale of beef soon Eastern 'Division fared a little better
Community idea, of the types .,of: land and i
: with an average of 1.18 inch'esbut
what they are best fitted for. ,Taking second place in the con I after slaughter without proper cur- the'rain
there followed one of
Votes For MinisterAt Members of 'the Clewiston com- test was Miss Julianne Oglesbyand ing. -
'I I I better than an inch on Friday and
mittee, are C. E. Miner, E. B. Be- in third place was Miss Bar- There was considerable talk relative -
.8 followed on Tuesday.
thea, W. S. Bowdon, J. ,P. Keen, bara Broadfoot. Other contestantswere to the Everglades Drainage
the special church business Bill Hooker and M. M. Prewitt it decided This has been one of the wettest
Prewitt but
: : Mauryne Gloria Mc- refunding, program was -
held last Sunday
with Mr. Beardsley as ex-officio Duffie, :Louise, Roath, June Hooker that the Chamber was not the winters on record with atotal excess
at the regular service hour, the
j1. of 13 inches in the western
, of the member. Also present were County Lee Pridgeon, Maxine 'Doty, proper body to take, specific action.
congregation Community Agent'' Dewey H. Ward and R. Roberta George, Beth Nail, Mar It was urged, however, that the division and 11.7 inches in the
Church voted to issue call to the
a Eastern since the first 'of ,
Rev. ,Arthur A. Froelich to serve as L. Davis, Soil Conservation Service j garet Von Mach and Juanita Bur- I State Planning Board recognize, the January,"
agent in this district.Mr. kett. problem and set up a body in the
pastor of the church. '
Rev. Froelich, who now residesat "'Beardsley and 'his secretary, I About thirty smaller tots appear-I I district to coordinate the various Local Girl Places

Miss Evelyn Kellems attended a ed in the contest for problems of the area.
Palmetto, has preached several I
'times here and has been very popular I meeting of the Land Use taxation ''individual" and Eleanor Von Mach It was also re recommended that an Second In SpellingMary

with the church congregation. committee in'Gainesville Tuesday, was the ,winner of first place. Jane 'I I appropriation of $10,000 annuallybe

A. W.: Sias, A. W. Lawrence andR. for a general discussion of the' tax I McDowell placed second and San-'I[ asked for carrying on a soil
Louise Thomas, daughterof
situation. One resolution
.. N. Smith were re-elected elders dra Jones third. survey work in the state. This has
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, was
Mr. and
the reappointment of a tax
for the church and other officials The winner of the contest was continued spasmodically since 1903
, in the spelling
(\ commission to work toward a solution runner-up
I In various counties but a large
will be elected at a later meeting, presented with a bouquet by Miss contest which was held in LaBelle
of the Everglades Drainage
time not permitting the completion of winnerof section, particularly in south Flor-
Jeanne Thomas ,
last night. With the winner, a
District project, it being generally
of the business session. I : ida has never been touched. Dr.
the "Miss Individual" title
Louise will
girl from LaBelle, Mary
agreed that any Land Use program work
R. V. Allison conducted some '
Judges were C. E. Lewis of there'j to the district spelling bee in
must 'consider this indebtedness. go
;. Boy Scouts Sponsor < A. C. McIntosh of West along this line. near Clewiston sev- Miami. The winner there will geta

Beach, Louie De Geofrey of eral years ago.Following '
I free trip to Washington to' compete -
; "Ramparts We Watch" I Easter Services AtCommunity France, and J. S. Bower of Toledo, the meeting the group in the national spelling match

Ohio.A visited the cattle fattening pens at
with all expenses paid.

D !., Troop 23 of Clewiston, Boy I ChurchSpecial trio composed of Bud Vaughn, the old dairy. The match Thursday night was
Junior Waters and John Robbinswon
the second one held. Monday
;; Scouts Is sponsoring the showing,
; a cash prize for the best talent Called night all schools were represented
4 : on Wednesday and Thursday Easter services have been Nine Negroes
:f., nights of next week at the New planned Sunday morning at the I number, an instrumental selection; except Felda despite the heavy

w.:, Dixie Crystal theatre, the picture Community Church with a short I R. N. Smith sang two numbers- "0 For Training April 22 rain and that night Mary Louisewas
a ', "Ramparts We Watch," one of the Easter sermon to be delivered by Promise Me" and "Cowbells. Miss the winner. But because Felda

>" most talked-of films of the year. Rev. Edward Scott Inglis of Lake I Marguerite Browne of Belle Glade failed to enter those in charge decided

The picture was made by the Wales, communion service and gave several humorous readings. Nine county 'negroes will leave that it should be run over.

I i "March of Time" as its first fea- special music by the choir. Miss Bozeman will represent Clewiston on Tuesday, April 22, for Thursday night the last two from

; ture picture and presents wires, The cantata, "King Glory" will Clewiston at the state ,contest with the army induction ,station at Camp Clewiston on the floor were Sue

r.::. 'i' taken prior to and during the last be presented by the choir under all expenses paid. Blanding to begin their year's army Von Mach and Wanda Shelfer; Mary

: world war as well as scenes of the the direction of J. E. Beardsley. training.The Louise having been eliminated

[t. present war which give a keen In- ,.Mina Niblack and R. N. Smith will I Cornette Moves House nine, all of whom are draf- when she missed the- word "ac-

. sight into the present international I be the soloists and Mr. Smith will tees, are Melachi Dennard, LaBelle; I commodate." The judges felt,

'ti '' situation. sing the offertory, "My Lord and I Here From LaBelleE. Elijah Franklin Boyd, John Blunt however, that since she had won

,,:, The picture follows the, Boy My Redeemer." Ransom Hullette, Marcellus Nance, the contest Monday night she should

,- Scout theme of 1941, "Strengthening Members of the choir are: Mary James Oliver Brown, Rufus :Mc- be permitted. to have the runner-up

and Invigorating: Democracy"' Markette, Edith Dilley, Blanche M. Cornette moved the large Cluster and Roosevelt Davis of place.

and proceeds will go into the troop Turner, Mina Niblack, sopranos; frame house, which formerly serv- Clewiston and Wilson T. Shumanof I Attending from Clewiston were

it? camping fund. ; Marion Leydig and Lola Robbins ed as his home in LaBelle to Everglades. Alternates named Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. M.

i:' Every patriotic American should altos; J. ,E. Beardsley, J. H. Doty Clewiston over the week-end and were Charlie Clark, Johnnie B. E. Von Mach, Mrs. Essie Oliver

i': see this important picture. and Dick Owen, basses; John Perry, has located on a lot on Pasadena Smith, J. D. Tippins, Andrew and Mrs. R. W, Turk. Mrs. Turk

I R. N. Smith Bill Martin, 'Jerry Avenue just north of his place I James Reynolds, Charlie Fred Hud- acted as a judge.

' ; Durrence New .Assistant ,Wilcox, tenors. business, the Hendry County Of'1 son, James Persell, Joe' Ellison ,and
I tors.The Charley Brown, jr. P.1.A.. TO MEET
TO large structure with five I '
USSC Purchase AgentFoy The three colored draftees sent
rooms and bath downstairs 'and a I Association
to camp on April 2 were all accepted The Parent-Teacher
Members of the Orange Blossom couple of Upstairs rooms, was mov- will hold a night meeting at theauditorium

Durrence, for several years Quartet, which won wide acclaim at ed without great difficulty by truckto school next Tueslay

mill warehouse' manager for the the New' York World's Fair, will a barge on the cross-state waterway Martin Timberlake, former clerk i evening at 8 o'clock. The program

.;,/. United States Sugar Corporation, sing together again, at Florida's exhibits and then brought by bargeto at the Clewiston Inn, who returned I will be 'Know Your School," and

Ii' this week steps into the positionof this summer. The boys, all a point on the Industrial Canal to his home in Bridgeport, Ala., I talks on the duties of the various
assistant purchasing for and then trucked to its location. a few months ago, has been
agent graduates 'of the Florida Agri- induct-I! school officials will be made. The!
',.: the corporation succeeding James' cultural and Mechanical College in Workmen this week are p tting'' ed into the service at new officers will be installed at
Wynne who resigned to take roof and making such Clellan, at Anniston, Ala. I
a position Tallahassee, separated last fall to on a new this meeting.All .
in Macon, Ga. join various musical attractions. The necessary repairs as are needed and W. L. Brantley, ;r., who went P.-T. A. and
members of the
Mr. and Mrs. Wynne are expected quartet includes Millard Strickland, the home will soon be ready' for I from Clewiston in the last "white urged to
to leave next week for their new Sam Floyd, Hercules and James occupancy. It' is understood that call, has been transferred to Camp friends of the school are.

home. Waldon and Rufus Smith, 'leader. Mr. Cornette will rent the house. 'I Ii I I Barrancas. : attend. ,"

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Britain's School of ExperienceToday HOUSEHOLD

(. rYy

the homes of England are "military objectives and British 1 I

GjuliLONi babes are born and reared in battle lines., The Gypsy Hill Training college I Gilt picture frames
the what do with babies I can be restored -
in southeast London, met problem of to to brightness by
whose mothers and fathers were engaged in day-long war effort. How these children learned to help themselves is shown in these pictures.. Man pentine.
About Town
Washington, D. C. : *
The Trotsky murder in Mexico is
SABOTAGE, LABOR, EMPLOYERMost on the verge of backfiring terrifically Grease the inside of the container
tragic thing about the pres- r in" New York City. U. S. commy near the top, to keep milk from
ent chaotic labor situation is the members have been definitely linked boiling over.
black eye which a minority of laboris via irrefutable evidence in Gov'tsafes *
giving to their co-workers all over Insiders hear again that To prevent dough sticking: to the'
the country. In the majority of Moddom Perkins is resigning and spoon when making dumplings dip
plants and shipyards, men are work- if true-LaGuardia inherits her job the spoon into hot liquid each tune'
ing without interruption.But If that's a wrongo-you can bet before putting it into the dough.
in certain key plants, so vitalto _- .
he'll run for Mayor again If hedoesn't
the national defense that they he'll be one Italian not run- Lemon juice mixed with wood'I
could not have been picked by acci- ning A. Jolson tells various I ashes will remove tarnish from
dent, a small minority have bogged fibs about that ring 'he bought for brass.
down production. ,Sometimes this 100 Gs (allegedly valued at 400) :
happens through strikes, sometimesthrough '"It's an investment against infla- I
slowing-up and sabotage so : tion" is what he told this colyum THINGS 91ltIV '
deliberate that behind it must lurka T "I offered it to Ruby, but she I ; / (fl0 *
definite attempt by Communiststo j.:c vd } refused it," is what he told others t MAKE i
hold back national defense. fe S r *<"2>' *&zM r xrir%&&&%3r"Tij. Cary Grant offered him $200,000for ,
While labor has \been hitting the 411 it to gift Babs Hutton.
headlines for defense obstruction,

less publicized but equally obstruc- "Watch on the Rhine," the new Lil-
tive has been the attitude of certain I lian Hellman opus, stands a corking
business'' elements, among them the chance of copping the Pulitzer and
shipbuilders, who dickered endlesslywith I Critics' prizes. The same produc
the U. S. maritime commission er's "Corn Is Green" leads for the
regarding the construction of 200, "best foreign" play. Cary Grantis
desperately needed cargo vessels. the victim of reporters who hear
This program was adopted in too fast again. The story is that he
January, but to date the, commission will get $250,000 (really. 125) for his
has not been able to complete I a '. next film and that he has assigned it
negotiations for quite all the 200 to
British Relief The'big omis-
ships. These little fellows are dishing out the breakfast porridgeoatmealto sion is that Cary has stipulated all
Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard, you-and are so intent upon the task: that the photographer might that coin be spent In the United
Inc., of Baltimore, for instance, bat-; have been a piece of the miniature furniture. States where it was earned, and
commission for two months
tied the
second-that it be spent only for
over a fat fee. British poor and wives of R. A.
The commission proposed a $110-, Fliers.:
000 base fee per ship, to be reducedto ,
$60,000 if not delivered by a cer-' How true is the Capitol buzz that \ +
tain deadline, or increased to $140- h. John Cahill (recently resigned Fed- h
000 if produced ahead of time. But eral d. a.) may get the U. S. At-
Bethlehem 'rejected the 'penalty ;/ torney-General's job when Robert
clause, vigorously insisting on a Jackson is elevated to the biggestjob Transfer No. Z9272
fixed fee regardless of when the on the big bench? Remem-
ships were produced.For ber the Fair's Trylon and Peri- A CARDINAL, robin and barn-
weeks, while the shipping sphere? Well, they're to be melt- swallow join with the red-
crisis daily grew more critical, the h ed down for armor plate The wing, ,chickadee, meadow lark,
controversy raged. Finally, on c' bzr ; March 18, the company backed down' pix of Georgie Tapps to illustrateits bringing color to your lawn or gar-
and accepted the commission'sterms. next dance section Equitywas den. They come in natural size
the scene of a near-riot whena on this transfer, ready to be tracedto
Under them Bethlehem-Fairfield group started a closed shop plywood, wallboard or thin lum-
stands to collect a total fee of movement. ber. Cut them from the wood with
$5,500,000'on the 50 ships assignedit. jig, coping or keyhole saw and
In addition it also garnered a 1&JA; \ t1 How come the Army maintainedsuch paint according to suggestions on
$7,838,000 government contract for secrecy about the flop of those the pattern. Then place them in
13 ways and other construction para- trial blackouts on the Coast? Lackof trees or,on bushes to brighten the r
phernalia. public co-operation was appal- out-of-doors.,
<, 4/ i ling An Eastman Kodak exec *
JULY. OR ELSE FOR: HITLERNo will soon be Appointed American General cutout directions are on transfer
Z9272, 15 cents. Send"order to:
one can ever tell just what liaison official for the Duke and
is going on in the Kremlin, but hereis Duchess of Nassau And what's MARTHA

how the diplomatic dispatches ex-. A specially constructed low sink And here is a little laundress become of the death ray which Eng. Box 166-W AUNT Kansas City, Mo.
plain the apparent shift of Russia I land certainly needs now? ,
enables this little Enclose 15 cents for each'pattern
curly-top to fill using her pint-size mangle to do a I
the'slightly war over scale.to the British side of. his wash-basin without having' to I. job of pressing. Small as' if is, it i Notes of an desired. Pattern No.............

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It is now generally agreed by the stand on. anything but his feet. does the work efficiently. Innocent Bystander: Name .. ... .. ... .....

best U. S. military observers-and' ......... ..yy,.n;.v.yyruwmse./.,;y.rvr.Y'.,- ." "' .- -..- ,...!y.Ya+Y/I._......r.-rf The Front Pages: The Daily News Address ...,..........................
probably also by the Russians-that' objected editorially to union with
Hitler will have to ,win this war by, : a% 'vv. ,:;;! Britain because the latter "still has
July of this year or else face,serious' monarchs and nobles-two things our
consequences. ancestors hoped to get permanentlyrid For
These serious will / ? !ifrJ { ,J 4V. / .!' tay y "
consequences of. But the News acknowledgeswe've
be: Jv'I still got them by devoting the
1. Tremendously increased muni- sassiety column (same edition) to (& 'Cv
tions and ship production by the "the army of blue bloods" seeking
U. S. A. After July 1, American admission to "super exclusive"

factories will really get into their Tuxedo Park Arthur Styron,
stride. answering Lindbergh's letter, writesto
2. The necessity of finding food ,Qt the press: "He points to paci-
for Europe next winter. fist and reactionary elements in
3. The necessity of finding more n .,, France and Britain, which made for
oil, especially if the British succeedin internal division 'and weakness, aftd f V
blowing up Rumanian oil wells, at the same time uses his pub- due to lonstipaiion.yDr.
which they definitely plan to do. .
licity value to create the same disunity -
4. The necessity of pulling a new : 4f 1 in America" ,. General Hitchcock's All-Vegetable
rabbit out 'of the hat to please the : %% I Johnson claims Lindbergh has cour- tonic-laxative-actually Laxative Powder- an tones intestinal lazy

German people. So far Hitler ,, age for writing the blah-blah for Col- bowel muscles. It helps relieve
has pulled out new victories at peri- @.tt.. Y A .n 15 doses for
.at lier's .'' Courage? You don't that sluggish feeling.
odic intervals-Austria, Czechosio- need courage to say or write what only 10 cents. Large family size 25
vakia, Poland, Norway, the Low you please in America Lind- cents. At all druggists.
Countries, France. But the rabbits bergh appears to favor Germany
have come fewer and harder recently. Courage would be to go there
The German people are reported .- and write pretty things about Amer-
to be restless. ica !
Only answer to these dilemmas is

Russia. The 'vast and fertile fieldsof o The Story ,Tellers: Alexandra DiscouragementLong

the and Ukraine lying rich in wheat, iron 1.afiiicw,Aw.ouwF.i..i;.,.' _._.........'.... ..__..._.. ..... ....'........... n..n. Kropotkin, in Liberty, tells of Dag- ailments wear out pain,
ore just across from the mar Godowsky having to tie a string' and long hopes joy.-Stanislaus. I""
oil fields of the Caucasus, are sure A little dinner, party in session. The children look after themselves, about her finger to remember what

to beckon to Hitler. food being served by children to the music of a little piano that plays she gets melancholy about, so for- \II Il I GIVE
And if he still is unable to take rhymes. getful is she How does Dagmar 1 2-DROPS.HEAD COLDS QUICK.THE
England by July, it more than likely nursery remember what the string is for? FAST .) AIRNOSE
seems that he will bite off the Pathfinder points out that Sek- /, 6 PEN ETRoi20PSDare [
Ukraine. This probability increasesif .N. Y. katree of State Hull is now holding
war in the Balkans disrupts the that office longer than any man-
spring planting. For one reason eight years Well. what's more to ReachNo
why Hitler has been so patient with suitable than a Hull for a Ship of one reaches a high position
Jugoslavia is because the crops of 4r State? Henry Beetle Hough's without daring.Syrus.FILM .
the Balkans are vital to Germany.All '"The Herald in Her Heart" is a lulu
of which is riot being lost upon of a story in the Satevepost. It's
Russia. about a newspaper, with an original DEVELOPED.
S guaranteed ho-fade
switch death watch.
on a
and 1
prints f!!
DEFENSE HOMES glossy enlargement -b;Ji 1W
Defense chiefs may soon inaugu- ,1 The Magic Lanterns: "I Wanted : (coins)
rate mobile housing units for defense Wings," shows the U. S. Army Air : Anderson Foto
Ryal& in the air and there's nothing : I
workmen on the water as wellas Corps I
land, if the novel plan of Housing' ,, in Hollywood, male or female, pur- I Shop
Co-ordinator Charles F. Palmer tier to see. Ray Milland, Wm. Holden Box ISC, Dothan, Ala. '
pans out.'First !;/ and Veronica Lake (a blonde ton-
negotiations of this sort were ic) get the billing, but they play sec-
for the purchase of an excursion boatto ond to the fliers Deanna Dur-
alleviate a serious housing short- k ,, : rc. bin has gotten big enough now to II MEW IDEAS]
age at Portsmouth, Va., where a get stuck with a routine story about .
giant naval construction project is love. Her "Nice Girl?" sets her
under way. If successful here, the a-chasing Franchot Tone, with com- n ADVERTISEMENTS to modern living. They are your bring guide you
plan may be tried out at other sea- After play the, children go to Mother used to supervise the tooth- plications you can see (and smell) today's NEWS about the food you eat and
board defense centers. work with soap and water and their brushing and gargling of this little reels ahead. Deanna's singing andBenchley's the clothes you wear. And the place to
these things is rightin
; find about new
comicalities the out
Palmer hopes eventually! to havea little scrubbing brushes. The wash lady. Noto she does all that solo, rescue this newspaper.riuaJnwIa1i .
number of these flicker.
"floating hotels.
are toy size. and seems to enjoy if


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At Least Stern Parent

,Had Son, Rapt AttentionFather ASK ME A Quiz With Answers :4

? Offering Information '

had decided that he must ANOTHER s
administer a strict lecture to his on Various Subjects /11

six-year-old son. The boy had been &
but did not to '-:
naughty, seem ap- '
The Questions we breathe: hydrogen, i oxygen, or
preciate the fact, and it was with
4 .ems ei s :some reluctance that the parent 1. What is a characteristic fea- nitrogen?
undertook a scolding.He ture of Gothic architecture? The Answers

I spoke judiciously but severe 2. "Let us eat and drink; for 1. The pointed arch,
I ly; he recounted the lad's misdeeds tomorrow we die" is a quotationfrom 2. The Bible-Isa. 22:13.

I and explained,the whys and what? 3. Valentine has been the most

1 r>. .d' xq'aM 'hLr .. oYk'' h} >ti pv s F, y {wherefores of his solemn 'rebuke. 3. What is the most'widely'' used widely used name of saints, one '
r His wife sat by, duly impressed. name of saints? recently compiled list containing

'? jrI5 ; / t\I Finally, when the father paused 4. What took place during the 52 of them.
-for breath, and, incidentally to "Hundred Days" in French his- 4. Napoleon's second reign (aft-
e w. Ywuri i'ti 4r '
,hear the culprit's acknowledgmentof tory? er his return from Elba, from

error, the lad, his face beam- 5. Elizabeth Blackwell"was' famous March 20 to June 28, 1815).
with admiration, turned to his as what? 5. The first woman doctor of
[mother and said: "Mother isn't fa- 6. What of the following makes medicine.

ther interesting?" up the greatest per cent of the air 6. Nitrogen (78.06 per cent).




Laziness Grows

roan-r patterns for cutting the chintz, Laziness grows on people; it
x xK slw also the cotton which was trimmedto begins in cobwebs and ends in

.. ',. 'x x \ OUG AND beinch smaller all around. iron chains. The more business a
r> ,.a XxltxyK TlE CLIP After the pieces were tufted, as man has to do, the more he is ableto

: COTTON MUSLIN shown at the upper right, the accomplish; for he learns to

I ? y CHINTZ seams were stitched up. Long :. economize his time.-Judge ,Hale.

stitches were then made on the inside -
to catch the edges of the cot-

I] (See Recipes Below) *
NOTE: Arc.you planning to make slip t
EGGSTRAORDINARY! CUT COTTON 3/4' covers this Spring? Mrs. Spears' Books }
l THIS WEEK'S MENU FABRIC-SEW THE OFF 1 and 3 tell you exactly how. Book 1 gives
SEAMS AFTER THEY'-fl' LLEI4DS directions for fitting and finishing slip cov-
With the passing of winter and the EASTER BREAKFAST ARE STITCHED OF ers for chairs and davenports. Book 3 Ht5lso
;Arrival of spring comes the joyful SCREW TO A BOARDOCKERS shows you how to make a pattern first; Kt LS
Chilled Pineapple Juice also how to arrange openings in covers 4 T
1:Easter season, bringing with it new t Leaf raP
Eggs in Nests !DO YOU remember how old- for chairs of unusual types, and how to of*'$la apbis
; and Why not ex- '
life new hope Ham Slices'PopOvers comforters used to anchor slipcovers so they will stay neat One 0139 oa apbks buss'uo
j press these good tidings in the ly In place. Books are 10 cents each. 4 o s of81a
be tufted
? They were made of r t
!traditional Easter Sunday breakfast Send order to: doers,bui a> bs, 12
Jam Jelly two layers of fabric with cotton ttees L
? .
Beverages between and every four inchesor 55 UCtS a
: Make Easter breakfast the en aog
Recipes given. so in rows the three layers of MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
;No. 1 breakfast of the yearthetime material Drawer 10
were caught together
': when the whole family, and Bedford Hills New York
butter so that they will,brown more with a stitch'of wool yarn double
jguests, too, perhaps, gather leisurely which was then tied twice and Enclose 20 cents for Books 1 and 3.
/round a gaily decorated table laden
Pcp-Overs. clipped to make a fluffy tuft. Well, Name ...........;...................
;with their favorite early morn Might of Moral Courage
dishes. 2 eggs, beaten ,that is exactly the way many oftoday's ..... Moral courage renders a man in

Let color-splashed eggs be the % cup milk smartest chair covers are the pursuit or defense of right superior -
flour .made. A cover of this sort redeemed -
: those that 1 cup
centerpiece. You can use AddressTIPS to the fear of reproach, opposition -
salt this old rocker and revealed
the children have"discovered" % teaspoon or contempt.-S. G. Goodrich. -
in 1 teaspoon melted fat its hidden charms. -
''" their traditional Combine eggs and milk. Pour The cover ,is plain, medium to

pre-breakfast egg over sifted dry ingredients. Beat green glazed chintz tufted with

4 hunt. with a rotary beater until, smooth. dark green yarn and three inch Gardeners
Pile them high Add butter. Beat. Pour batter into dark green fringe is used aroundthe GAY HAIRS

w V in the center of a hot greased muffin pans, filling one- bottom. A long zipper makesa
; '- grass filled third full. Bake in a hot oven (450 center back closing. Each sec- Lea's Do you Hair like Preparation them? It not, it, Is get guaranteedto a bottle of

; : Easter basket. degrees F.) for 35 to 45 minutes. tion of the cover was fitted on the TRIM FLOWER GARDEN make your gray hairs a color so closeto

I Then, to completethe Dry in oven about 10 minutes with chair in the muslin lining first THERE is much value in keeping before the natural turning color gray,; or the the color color they of were your
; scheme, mark each person's heat turned off. Yield: 10 large and these pieces were used as flower trimmed. hair that has not turned gray that you or
,. ,garden your friends can't tell the difference or
"place "at"the"table with1 an egg "carii Pop-Overs. Wise gardeners pick bouquets of your money refunded. It doesn't make
any difference what color your hair is andit
i cature-Uncle Sam, an Indian Chief, And word about the cleverly favorite annuals like Marigold, 1s so simple to use-Just massage a few
now a
Monument to Cinderella I the scalp for a few days per
!Mr. Rabbit or even a pert young Zinnia Petunia drops upon
decorated Easter eggs that appear Sweet Peas and directions like thousands are doing.
lady. Snapdragon with systematic Your druggist has Lea's Hair Preparation -
in the basket above. regu-
or can secure a bottle for you, or a
"While they're still "oh-ing" and You'll agree that even the most 'Few people know that the Third larity, for the picking promotes regular dollar bottle of Lea's Hair Preparation
'."ah-ing," serve "eggs in nests"- I aristocratic rabbit should be proud to Pyramid of Gizeh, in Egypt, was continued blooming. us, upon will receipt be sent of one you dollar postage cash.paid P. by O.
-_ ;just to keep the theme in mind. To claim these original erected by, King Mycerinus to Periodic trimming is not best for extra.money).order or stamps. (Sent COD 12c

;complete your menu, you'll of course eggs. Deco- commemorate Nitokris, a very such small, low-growing edging LEA'S TONIC CO., INC.
I'i" :want glasses of cold fruit juice, crisp rating them is beautiful maiden who was the flowers as Alyssum. A complete Box 2055 Tampa Fla

f' ;ham slices or bacon curls and both easy and in- original Cinderella. While bath- cutting, however, will benefit, this

steaming popovers. It's taken for expensive. You'll ing by the river, Nitokris lost her type of plant. This treatment may But to Begin

;." 'granted! that you'll make plenty of need large white slipper. A great eagle swoopedon be applied to Ageratum, Linaria, Begin; to begin is half the work.

: ; 'hot coffee.' They couldn't ask for eggs, a package it and carried it high over Lobelia, and Nemesia as well as Let half still remain;' again begin

: more! '' of dyes from the Memphis, where, finding it unpalatable Alyssum. 'this, and thou wilt have finished.-
Eggs in Nests. Five and Ten, a the bird released it. The Pinks, Cynoglossum, and Dwarf Ausonius.
> (See picture at top of column) spoon shaped slipper fell into the lap of the Bedding Rust Resistant Snap-
',. 1 egg wire hook with an end to use as king as he sat eating a' peach in dragon are grown both for cutting

:' % teaspoon salt a handle (for dipping eggs into the his garden., and for garden beauty, but they UPTO $CA.OO WEEK
i ..' Butter dye), rubber cement and stickers. He was so struck by the strange too will profit by a thoroughgoing
"i..: 5 bread sticks Buy gold and silver stars, dots in incident as well as by the beautyof "haircut" such as that prescribedfor OPERATING MOVIE CIRCUIT
'" Separate egg, placing white in various colors, small red hearts, lin- the slipper and the shape of the smaller, edging favorites.It .
l. small, deep bowl and retaining yolk en reinforcements that are really the foot that he immediately in- is advisable to pick the flow- Wanted movies at once in theatreless: Reliable men communities.We to operate .-

}.. in one of the half shells. Beat.egg meant for loose-leaf notebooks, flower stigated a ,search for the owner. ers of certain popular perennialswhen furnish everything, including pro-
;;, .white until stiff and slightly dry. seals such as tulips, and red and She was found and became his they, are in their prime, to jector and sound equipment to No Southern experi-
(when dry, it will. have a slightly blue legal seals. 'bride, and it was to commemo- prevent their running to seed, and ence Visual necessary., Box W-l, Memphis today Tennessee.
coarse appearance). Pile egg white After the well-known hard boiling rate''' her that the pyramid was to promote the production of a sec-:

., .in oven-proof cup or dish in which 5 process you use your imaginationabout built. The original slipper was ond crop of blossoms in a single
S- ,bread sticks have been arranged. ,covering the eggs with stars made of fur, but the story came season. Delphinium, Sweet Wil- Waters Return
ia: Drop yolk into depression made in and dots. Then try arranging heartsin to us through France, and in liam, Coreopsis, Perennial Di- That which the fountain sends
,; ;center of egg white. Bake in a mod- four-leaf clover patterns or turn' translation "fur" was' changed to anthus, and Pyrethrum should be forth returns again to the fountain.

,:-t' ;erately slow oven (325 degrees F.) the points outward and stick them '"glass." handled in this manner. -Longfellow.
. ;until bread tips and white
egg are around a center dot, as flower pet-
:. delicately browned (about 15 min-
als, All-over designs of blue legal
'' ;utes). Season with salt, pepper if seals and stripes of the red ones,
; :desired, and a lump of butter pasted so closely that they overlap a THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU
; dropped on yolk. Serves 1.
; bit, are quite effective. There are
: Just in case you're wondering how endless arrangements, and you have EXTRA MILDNESS EXTRA COOLNESS EXTRA FLAVORLESS
the bread sticks
.. ', ) are made, here are the advantage being able to soak ,
'S r directions. Because of their dainty off and replace designs until you
.' arrangement in the serving dishes,
, : are pleased, without wasting an egg.
'I call them Bread
'/4* '
( Remove the crusts from a loaf of What,to do with the Easter supplyof ITS THE
:uncut bread. Cut lengthwise slices hard-cooked eggs? I'm coming to AND SLOWBURNINGCIGARETTE "
from the loaf. Trim the slices so that. Coarsely
that they are about 1% inches wide chopped or slicedhardcooked FOR N1E' "" '':'

and the ends pointed. Brush with eggs EVERY TIME.
an egg and milk mixture and ar- in superbly sea- t 4
range in baking cups. It is best to soned cream or' CAMELS SMOKE f r4 n
brush the tips with a little melted white sauce be- MILDER-
LYNN SAYS: give luncheon and
dinner menus a :N.::.. k., <.
'\ Eggs join with other foods to lift when served on crisply fried than the average of the 4 other OF FLAVOR d: :: S f ff.,y kA

fill your needs and produce your cornmeal, slices, potato cakes, or J Jless
l health. They are among our best waffles. largest-selling cigarettes tested e..

r; sources of the muscle building Creamed Eggs. than any of them-ac-
proteins. They are high in iron 6 eggs, hard cooked
r which is needed to build good 4 tablespoons butter cording to independent scientific -
red blood. Champion Dotoler Joe Norris
They supply phos- 4 tablespoons flour
tests of the smoke itself. biasterotbe"Flrebnll"s' '
phorus which forms a part of every 1% cups milk C l
active cell of the body. % teaspoon pepper

When "peeling" hardcookedeggs % teaspoon salt I

crackle the shells, then Dash of cayenne or nutmeg THE '
start the peeling at the roundedend Melt butter, add flour and stir until THE '
of the egg. Holding the.eggs smooth. Add cold milk. Cook SMOKE'S SLOWERBURNING-
under running cold water or dip- and stir constantly until thick. Re- CAMEL 'A
ping in a bowl of cold water move from fire and place/! over hot THE '
( helps to ease the shell off, leav- water. Add seasonings and' sliced CIGARETTEI
: ing a smooth, unbroken surfaceof eggs, cut lengthwise. Stircarefully.Serves THING!
white. 4.Released.
( by Western Newsijaper Union.)






I Duff, who is production chairman : 28 men's women's and children'b : NAMES I but
The Clewiston News I no dumbhead, a
has charge of the knitting and sweaters, and 20 pair of sox. Papy but no
I Mrs. W. H. ,Lanier of the layettes. As can be' seen by a glanc at I i to mammy. It has a Scales upon which
The 1941 Legislature, occupationally weigh state issues,
Published Friday fn Clewlston, I Mrs. M. M. Prewitt is the third the ,number, of garments to br-: to and Riddles
every puzzle In their
Florida, by the CLEU'ISTON NEWto. member of the committee. The knitting i made volunteers are badly needed has a Butler a Taylor, a | solution. And
Inc. t will consist of ,28 sweaters, 12 Ito help with this sewing and knit- Kanner, a Priest, a Potter, a Shep- after all, it has a lot of pretty good
I Florida Folks, and
mufflers and 20 pair of sox. There ting and all who will help are ask herd, and a Cook. It has a King I a Lane which,
we hope
KEATHLEY BO1VDEX, Editor are to be 20 complete layettes, each ed to give their' names to one of and a Commander, but no fuehrer;, highway of may worthwhile into the broad

I to contain 30 garments and thers the above ladI s. All of the ma- the inevitable Smiths one in each ment.-Tampa Tribune. achieve-. '
to be 28 women's aud. chil- terial' has not arrived yet, but it
:Entered as second class mail matter r are house; Rivers that may flow I
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office inClewlston I dren's dresses. Not all of the ma- is hoped that it can be cut and
Florida, under the Act of smoothly or turbulently a Dye of
March 3, 1897.Subs'rlptlon teridl l is in yet, but the work is to distributed for making as soon as the, right color, a Householder who, I 50c ADDITIONAL SAVINGS! If

I be completed by the first of June. I it arrives. however, is In the Senate; a Luckie you clip this ad and bring it
Sb' if you can do even one dress, or The national Red Cross I With radio
state $:.00 Per Year. stresses man from Duval and a Best man![ your to Sears' modern
lone sweater, or one layette: or part in its request to local chapters: for 'I from Suwannee; a Peeples choice;; completely equipped service depart-
Jtd\ertUIuS Kate Application. of one, any of the three ladies 'I help, that none of the garments or from Glades and a Shave close or''! ment. Worth 50c on labor on any

I above will be delighted to have supplies sent by American Red otherwise from Nassau. It has ai[ radio repair. '

Devoted to the advancement and wel- your name. Cross is\\* going into any occupied Lambe but no lion, a Butt but no
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County ,
territory. 91 percent of the; pres- ifs and ands an Overstreet but no

ent aid is being sent directly to subway, a Helie but no Selassie i I

!.:..:..:...:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:. Britain. Only one small shipmenthas Ward but ho guardian a Wiseheart 1000 1st
: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I failed to reach its proper des- Street Ft. Myers! Fla.

RAMBLINGS Birds of the Everglades I tination. ;":7:":":":":":":":" :":":":":":" :":":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

Library Notice

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..:..;o.:..:....:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:-;..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:. -:' OWLS I The Clewiston Public Library .is 1 :
open each Tuesday evening from
their habits I I A
of nocturnal &
7 till 10 and. each Saturday after A ,
Tale truck farmers hereabouts not frequently They :
owls are seen. I
I from 2 till' 6. It is locatedIn
too):: <..nother' licking in that tremendous and :
nevertheless '
'I the East wing of the old .:. V y
off-season rain Monday admin'I''I' ''
important group of birds. When istration :
building. y
instil All those feeble attempts at j dusk comes and it .is too dark for y
SD1111<>.s; you've seen since that time the, bawks'IlO see the rats and I The library has more than 500'ibooks y )( A
fact that I on its shelves, which are i.. :
evidence of the : :-
are just; i mice, then the owls take up the 1 fl: ':'
'thlY can take punishment and work of rodent control and continue -'J! available free to any resident of I 'i"l a_ L ., :::
the Clewiston These ::
area. are :
come up smiling. their search until dawn. The j :{. .1 :i:
It poured all night long and lefta owls depend more on their keen largely fiction, with a few dozen I :=:" ;. > IS NOT OF CHRISTIAN/ 3: .;.
the low books of biography, travel -art and .. i .
sheet of water over all hearing and less on sight than do ; ORIGIN :;
of the low other reference material. I y :
in town. One
spots the hawks. Florida has a ':' nr wy aarE r'i
spots was the school grounds where number of species of this Eight new books have just, been ::: !

Water was flowing over the ,sidewalk purchased, which will be kept on .=' :=:
group. :;. .:.
at S 'o'clock. Hence no school the rental shelf and will be rented A
The Screech Owl is not well -
= I'
tor the day;! and as youngsters for 10 cents per week. These eight :: .'. ; fri
'call ::
.named. Its is not a screechbut .
heard Prof. Turk's /voice over the books are Out of the Night, by Jan : ,'., ':..
a soft tremulous whistle. On
loud-speaker as he made the Valtin (Richard Krebs) ; My Sis- :i: :
be its ;; (Explanation ::
sight it may identified by on Page Eight) i
rounds of town to make the announcement ter and I, by Dirk Van Der Heide; 't' ..
'' ,
small, size and conspicuous ear :
smiles were plentiful. Delilah, by Marcus Goodrich; H. r.' ..
And for a few hours their gleeful tufts. M. Pulham, Esq., by John P. Mar- :: .-'ci1' rill. i
shouts rang down the streets, for The Burrowing Owl is quite quand; Random Harvest, by James ::

when Is a child as happy as .paddling restricted in its range, being found Hilton; and three mystery novels,-I =i= Many people have formed ,the habit :

in the water after heavy; chiefly In the south-central part of Craine's First Case; Death Delivers

ain? .,. the state.' Its rather 'long slender a Post Card, and Death Checks In. =;i.= of saving regularly, so that they'll have =:=

The pumps were kept running legs and burrowing habit should All other books in the libraryare I ::

tull force, of course, and the ditches distinguish it from all other owls. free.Kiwanis. .; money, for. new spring clothes-a spring *..

were clear and in, good shape, II The Long-eared, Owl .is ,a bird :: vacation
trip-a cash
I The *
"so most of the water was gone in found in the hammock areas. It is Is reserve. earnings -
\x few hours. I considerably larger than the =i= do their share to increase =i:
your ac
Screech Owl and has noticeably Held At Meeting :' ..
We're noticing a nice coat of longer ear tufts. :_: count. Open a savings account this *

fresh paint on the bank building 'The Short-eared Owl is about' the ... payday ..
these days and a new face behind same' size as the Long-eared Owl Under the direction of, Ed Mar- ._: -! .: ..t.:.

the counter inside. Frances Nall but lacks the conspicuous ear tufts.It kette the Kiwanis Club memberswere f

is assisting in the, bank while Mr. is, light tan in color. and does put through one of the tough- X X
Stewart is in Tallahassee. She addsa much of its hunting in late after- est quiz 'programs 'yet presented, f f

new face to the force but no new noon. J. E. Beardsley winning with ,a not y y y

name to the payroll; one of the The Barn or Monkey faced Owl too pretentious score. y y y

girls already' there is named possesses facial discs that give it Next week ,la. group of. Fort y y y

Frances and-\'the other Nail. somewhat the' appearance of a' Myers 'Kiwanians will be presentfor y y

monkey an'd hence the; name. Its an inter-club meeting, coming X X

We couldn't help but be amazedat lanky build and light. underpartsare early enough in the afternoon 'to AA

the courage of hospitable Mrs. good identification marks. visit the sugar house and other

Martinez, inviting more than 50 The Barred Owl- is a large owl points' of interest.. :;, ..:..1...1...1....................1...!.......1.......1...1...1...1...............:......:..:..:.,.:..:..:..:..:..:..1...:..:..1.....:..:..:..:..1.....:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.A:
people to her housewarmingparty.And. without ear tufts, grey in'color <
< when we found it was a din- and with black eyes. It and the -----------------------------------------------r----------....... ..... .................:..... .. ..
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tier invitation, our amazement following species are the. owls that .:N;..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:MNN..:..:..:..:..:..:.":":":":":":":":":":":":":":" :";:":":":":".". :":"""

:;:grew. How could anyone serve 50 hoot. .oi'.i'_'._. .. .t.?...,
!people a meal in their home? Mrs. The Great-horned Owl is the -- .'i'
Ot".:. .
ilartinez managed beautifully. By largest: of our owls. It is dark '0:' : .t. (.e

placing long narrow tables in the brown with a white patch on the :yy::x ..... Xt yy::

living room and on the 'roomy throat and with yellow eyes. As o!..!. ." ENJOY AN .:..:.
: :
Jorch, she seated them all nicely; its name indicates it has con- :::::: ,. gj; : .. ):" F ::::::
then served each a plate heaped spicuous ear tufts. '
:i::!: : 1 **
with arroz con polio, (chicke.i 'The owls are benificial and well ,.!,) : : :

'With,, yellow rice to you and me), deserving our :protection. They: ; ALL ELECTRIC ;

a green salad, pickles and rel- and the hawks fill an'important jj : i r; n

ishes were on the table, together:! place in the balance of nature. :
with potato chips and Cuban bread .
Later strawberry shortcake and RED CROSSXEEDS'OHliERS j 1 ;'f'J J 1

coffee were served. Arroz'con FOR :NEW KNITTING SEWINGMrs. .
; ,;..:. ' .
polio is a delicacy we are accustomed ....:. '::
.'..', A.V .j/
to finding only in the Columbia .. F. Deane Duff, production ,.:..:., .?:
restaurant in Mrs. .:.... .
Tampa. But chairman of the Clewiston Red 'f'

:Martinez' version is said to ,sur- Cross Chapter} Mrs. M. M. Prewitt ': :: =
;pass even those masters of the artof and Mrs. W. H. Lanier are making ,:::: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant ,that !

Spanish cooking. plans to complete another bundl :_::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::=;=

All people who* can* and will do of poses.garments The new for quota'war assigned relief pur-the ,':i:=: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently *:i:

:. .t.
'a bit of sewing or knitting for- war chapter for' shipment about June 11 ::_.+._. and economlca 11 y. :f_:..;:

relief work are urged to do their is 20 layettes, each consisting ofj I I'',:... ': 'f'

bit in the quota just assigned the 30 garments; 28 women's and chil- ::= ====
Clewiston Red Cross chapter. Mrs. dren's dresses; 12 knit muffler, '! == One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or i i

., I': :: hours of safe light = :;:
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:"i-:!: ':!::' :,'::":.: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. =:;::;f'f :

:i= "Pickups"in =: : ; 3.3.

1 y.i : That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I

"..;- 0< ,.. '':". ..t..:::: that is all electric and mo d ern. ..t..f.}.;.
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t, resale lots 'are nearly done.; _! :.'':::."".:.'. ''.:::.'"t.yy't.'t" .t'.

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r J. E. Beardsley attended a meeting I around the theme for ,the month I FOR I SALE-Late model kerosene i I

of the Southwest Presbytery "urgent gospel challenge to true ,.I stove. See Mrs John Kettl. tf I CLEWISTOX,
I In Fort Myers Thursday.Miss I discipleship." Mrs. W. J. Robison, I TIXXIXG & PLUMBING SHOP .. r'
[ Personals! -Il 1 I Mrs. F. E. Chalker, Mrs. H. L.j '
I Martha Nell Alston arrived Davis and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot. : FOR RENT..-Two bedroom apart- Anything in Plumbing Fixtures I :

I Tuesday evening to spend the .Easter took part in the program.At ment, completely furnished. See Prompt, Efficient Service .
vacation with her parents Mr. Mrs. G. E. Etherton. Apr. 4-11. .' I
the business meeting which I PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. .;{ I
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson are and Mrs. D. G. Alston. Miss Mar- followed reports of the various of- ...
spending the week-end in Jackson- tha Nell attends Barry College for ficers and chairmen were given. A ':
FOR SALE-Cabbage farm in the 1 1Johnson's
ville. Women in Miami Beach. divisional meeting was announced j
Hastings Section. Apply Don S.
which was held on the following
I Hanna, Hastings, Fla. 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly are Mrs. Herman Scharnberg, who day in Delray Beach at the First Fish Camp '

spending a few days in Miami on has been in one of the ClewistonInn Baptist Church and plans for a .::' I
\ (Near Hurricane Gate ,
business.Dr. apartments for several weeks, delegation to attend were made. FOR RENTSmall'furnished apart- '
I is leaving tomorrow for New York. Rev. H. C. Meador, Mrs Arch ment. F. Williamson. tf. Clewiston, Fla. ;yM 0.1//
TV. L. Lott and C. Kay Davis She will visit for a few days with, Hodges, Mrs. R. 'J. Blount, Mrs. D, Boats and Motors-Guide Service '. "' 'w
spent the week-end in Gainesville Mrs. Clyde Byrd in Jacksonville and B. Allen, Mrs. B. E. Herring and Glasses, Scientifically Broken Len"e.. Rates Reasonable ,"
on business. I will reach New York in time to Mrs. Clayton Waters attended a i Fitted iiiid Repaired Duplicated "'. II. Johnson, Mgr 1\
.. DR. F D. GUDRAUIIOptometrist' :
spend a few days with her son, conference on vacation Bible I
:Mrs. H. P. .Hall, Jimmy and '|Oliver, who has just been called I schools which was held in Belle )I, t

Sherwood Hall, were visitors i' in i I' for a year's active duty as a member Glade several days> prior to the I Ii Phone Port IDS Slyer B.Collier, Florida! Arcade .
Miami Monday of the Reserve Officers' Train- meeting. This group will make Successor to K H. Oakley .,
,_ (I I i i ,
ing Corps. plans for the vacation Bible .school iI i
Pete Chagaris and Wilbur Goff I! 'I here this summer. I ARCHITECTURAL DESIGXS <

were: business visitors in West I I\HTIXEi ENTERTAIN FRIENDS Attending Tuesday's meeting J. M. CODS Maps Estimates ;
Palm Beach Thursday. \\HOUSEWAKMIXG XG PARTY I JOHX H. '
'were Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. D. B. DOTY ,
I Allen, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot4: Mrs.R. Counselor findtturneYA at I.AW I Engineering 'Consultant" i
C. V. Parkinson -is attending a.! A home-cooked Spanish dinner' J. Blount, Mrs. W. R:' Broad I Hopkins Building :
I[ housewarming at IVednesdajs and .. Hopkins .BIdg. Cleiviston, Fla. ']
party Saturdays
three-day session of the state; bankers :- featured the erick, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs, F. I '
association in Miami. ; which Mr. and Mr.s. C. A. Martinez I 9:130 to 4:00 .
i '
:. ![ E. Chalker, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs.
( entertained a large group of their M. C. Doke, Mrs. B. E. Herring .... I 'l
Bill Willhoit of ;Key"West::spent ]' friends Tuesday evening in their Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. Paul: Hite'I' !

the week-end. here en route to Al-1 i,,new home near the sugar house. Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. C..
Tables for the dinner BETTER BISCUIT! BETTER
; property. Mrs.I,
bang, .L" L. Krueger, Mrs. A. H. King, '
_, '. i were arranged in the living room Alex McGowan, Mrs. W. G. Mathis, I CAKE! TRY ME NOW ? FOR SALE
'and on the porch, which were decorated I Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. L. C. lIillI .
Mr. and Mis. Frank Rodriguez I '
and Mr.: and Mrs. J. H. Pressley { with vases of garden flow- er, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, :Mrs.. M.' C. ]! \ %*WVWVVAT .

spent Sunday on a U'lp; to JBokeella, ers. Vowell, Mrs. Clayton Waters, "Mrs. | -A VERY REASONABLE .
Fort Myers and Pine Island. I The dinner, which was preparedby G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs. H. E. Walker, '

I Mrs. Martinez, consisted of arroz I Mrs. W. T. Wheeless and Mrs. V. C.' I Ii PRICE
saltines Cuban bread, 'gyp
con polio, I Woodward.FOR .
Mrs. Forest Tatom and her baby nyr II
I gherkins, salad, potato chips' ,
son have returned from the Lee I green \sand
Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers. and strawberry shortcake. The I I Lots 21 22 In .
March 28th. hosts were the recipient of many SALE-One or two good young I
The baby was born I
lovely gifts for their new home. milk goats at a reasonable price. ,r Block 208

;1 Mrs. R. L. Meritt left this week I Attending the dinner were Mrs. Jones Fish Camp, Moore Haven.It. C1 \ .
Herman Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. I i A R *
for her home in Sparta, Ga., after I I W WWWMrs.
\ visiting her daughter, Mrs. V. C. H. T, Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, r
Woodward, for several months. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mr., -.
I and Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mr. and FOR RENT-Three large furnished ; Louis Mor

;') Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. N. V. S. rooms. J. A. Stone., Ap. 11-18 FREE. Seed foe M. book- .
Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. let, contuaio dotau of I
sons, Jimmy and Lief, spent the 4L1 bright idea to im ton
I Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. M.\A. Thomas ie ..Areu: \ Ill
week-end with relatives in Sara- "'pktpiote kumhxd .Gillespie ,
y sota. Mr. and Mrs. H. Edsen, Mr. and BEDROOM FOR RENT-See Mrs.11I 1 _"....cfing BoxN.J1.=1.L--- t
; ( Mrs. H. E. Trice, Mr., and Mrs. i Jimmy Wilson. Ap. I

i L. G. Bruce of Winter Haven W. R. Broaderick, Mr. and Mrs.
\ and A. M. Smoak of Punta Gorda M. E. Von Mach, Mr. and. Mrs. 0 Y
were business visitors. in Clewiston. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. W., Francis, 71. ( :
over the week-end. I Mr. and. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. t l1. t' I".j: .
r et.;:> .Ui'. CHEVROLET .cd'<...,..(.. :::
and Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mr.: and t : ...1 "S" ,
l "$
Mrs. F. C. Gordie, Mrs. Nan'I Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. 'f.ji P' .f
..... : ." ..;;
Bratton and Mrs. C. H. Settle of O. A. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. 'H. C. P/w: ''Ml. : "; ". :. .i-. .
Moore Haven were Friday' visitors I. Kolstad, Mr. and Mrs. T. .H. Jones, '
here. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. \
and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs: W. PresentsA Ureat JP.rinr :fZ1

Miss Kathleen Lewis of Tampa P. Vaughn, Jr., Mr. and'.Mrs.. J. J. -
.... : arrived Wednesday to spend the Kettl, Mr. and Mrs.. G: H.-,' Bellamy, r",:,"" w
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colyer, Mr. >st
Easter holidays with herrsister,

Mrs. W. W. Perry, and .'f m y4'ft:4: ; ancL"-, ',_b1rs..-- _Wilbur.. .. Dyessand: '" Mrs. : 6l'OLO t'AlDIE19
: "' '. O. F. Schiffli, 'Jay"W'. Moran' 'Bob V

Mrs. Otis Black and daughter, Coker, Bill Peay, H. A. W. :Hedke,
Carol, have returned to their home I A. L. Webre, Jr.,. and" Alfred

in Washington after spending sev- Bellamy. .
-': > of/he worlt/s Irprkedears 4 4V
eral weeks here with her brother, leat/mg
Dr. W. IT. Lott and Mrs. Lott. I YOUNGER 'SET GIVE PARTIES '
FOR BETSY'SPRINGER; ." ,,' : fiy the worlds leadingmofoi'car'GuiTO ler :

Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Springer and
family left Tuesday for Norfolk, : Miss Betsy Springer, who left
r frVa.., Mr. Springer having been Tuesday for Norfolk, was the ''recipient
transferred to theNorfolk office of I of several farewell parties r rf.v <
U. S. Engineers. i over the week-end. On Friday.
evening Dick Owen 'was host at
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewartare I an informal party at his home, his I y } .
making their home in the Flor-I guests including Betsy Springer, fr
idan Hotel in Tallahassee duringthe Marianne Jones, Gloria McDuffie,

60 day session of the legisla- Barbara Broadfoot, Mauryne Pre- L ..
ture, ,witt, Jimmy Paul, Bobby Broad-
foot, and Billy Perry and Van
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Humphrey of Mumford.

, Providence, R. I., are arriving today Marianne Jones entertained witha
t to spend a few days in Clewiston. buffet supper after church hours

Mrs. Humphrey is a sisterof Sunday, the guests beingBetsy
N. V. S. Mumford. Springer, Gloria McDuffie, 'Mauryne

Prewitt, Barbara Broadfoot, Billy
Mrs. F. W. DeLozier her Elbert Hooker Earl and Perry, Mooney.-. w .vww.v vv
children, Marion and Billy, and her han, Dick Owen, Bobby Broadfootand II
sister-in-law, Mrs. John Hartmanof Jimmy Paul. H'
Glencoe, Penn., have returnedto Mauryne Prewitt gave a dinner i

their homes after a visit with party Monday evening, inviting I V NEW CHEVROLET FLEETLINE .
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig and I Betsy Springer, Marianne Jones, I
family. Barbara Broadfoot, Earl Mooneyhan I f y
I Dick Owen and Billy, Perry. w ALSO NEW 1941 SPECIAL DE LUXE MODELS '

t Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. Deane
Duff, Mrs. O. A? Jones, Mrs.,, Leah BEGIXXER'S CLASS ENJOYS in the most beautiful, most modern color harmonies
/ L. Spicer, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. EASTER PARTY OX TUESDAYThe

Ii.i ,:... W. E. Dilley, Miss Evelyn Burhansand '. SPECIAL SPRINGTIME "BLUES" AND "GREENS" WITH / }
Mrs. K, Bowden attended a Beginners' Class of the
flower show at the Moore v
Haven Community Sunday School enjoyedan
Woman's Club yesterday afternoon. Easter party at the home of f MATCHING BODY AND UPHOLSTERY COMBINATIONS

Marjorie Brown Tuesday afternoon.The .
Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez motored to little folks enjoyed an indoor 10 different and distinctive color selections. .4 beautiful two- ;4
Fort, Myers this morning to meet egg hunt, "games and stories. Re-
her daughter, Miss Shirley Rodriguez freshments of ice cream and cakes tone combinations. Come in and see the most stunningly .,

I and her sister, Miss Lucille were served by Mrs., Gideon H., styled and tastefully decorated group of motor cars ever presented -
Strehle, who ace arriving from Brown
.j I I and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, field
Gretna, Louisiana, to spend the assisted by Mrs. J. G. Niblack and @ff@i in the low-price
Easter holidays with Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. R. N. Smith.

Rodriguez. I Attending the party were Mar- PA YOU'LL SAY, "FIRST BECAUSE IT'S FINEST!" ?i!
I jorie and Warren Brown, Ronald
Mr.. and Mrs. J. S. Jowers and Egley, Heather Guthrie, Benny and
Mrs. Jowers' son, Harold Cannon, David Prewitt, Evelyn Mock, John Hub Chevrolet Inc.'
left Saturday for Sebring, where Perry, Howard Smith, Paul Bow- Company
they will reside in the future. Mr. den, Jimmy Knight, Mary Frances ,, \ ,
\ ;Dowers has been local manager for Reed, John Niblack and Linda Lee. '
# the Inter County Telephone and f
Located in Sugar-land Service Building
,i" Telegraph Company for the past BAPTIST W. M. S.. HOLDS. I .
: Phone 87 ClewistonALL .
Friends here will be pleased to regular program and busi-
I F learn that Stephen N. Doty, A. C. L. ness meeting of the Woman's Mis- I
I employee, and a brother of J. H. sionary Society met Tuesday after- /
Ii l Doty of Clewiston, who was injured noon at the First Baptist Church CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDA---NOT DRIVEN=: --

4 several months ago in anaccident with Mrs. Arch Hodges, president,
I f is now able to be back in the chair. so they come to you genuinely NEW!
!,' on the regular. passenger run from Mrs. M. C. Doke led the devotional /

,I Lakeland to Clewiston. 1 service which, was. arranged. .. .. .... .. .
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"We've got to have help here,"
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he said. "You keep Sandy and the IMPROVED
flashlight when I go back for the Uncle Art Says:

men. And blink the light from timeto UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
L time, 'so we can place you." WORTHWHILE
1 always survive a
!PP y "All I could.right," I agreed, as quietlyas SUNDAY Lesson rel.your feelings But when they you go bottle sour. up

BY 1K N. U. Service "Can't you find her, Sandy?" I I I The man who never lends
said as I stood with my fingers By HAROLD: L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
THE STORY SO FAR hooked through his collar. For it Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof money has but few friends. But

Carol Coburn, Alaska-born daughter of. shack. Carol gets a school Job at Mata I would be natural, I knew, for the (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) then, he doesn't need so many.

hush rat" who died with an unproved mlnnuska.. I dog to follow his owner. I let him Snap judgments have a way
she la
Inff claim Lander, returns, mining North engineer to teach, rescues school. not Barbara interested visits in her Lander.and Carol says sniff at the pail as I held him trem- S. S. Lesson for April 13 of coming unstuck. tDon't
from of Eric One of Carol's pupils Is Salarla Bryson, bling against my knee. Then he worry when you stum-
her aboard ship annoyances
(the Red) Erlcson. Lander Is engaged to a big. outdoors young woman, also in love suddenly whimpered and broke Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- ble. Remember that a worm is

Barbara Trumbull, whose father Is fighting with Lander. loose. And I realized, as I stag- lected Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International the only creature that can't fall
Coburn's claim. Lander breaks with TrumSalada can hardly read but she Is adept gered after him in the darkness, permission. ; used by down.

bull and moves to Sock-Eye Schlupp's at hunting game. that I had failed to keep a part of The snob's hero is the snob

INSTALLMENT IX my promise. He was off. CHRIST SHOWS HIMSELF ALIVE who snubs him.

I could hear his bell-like barks in
CHAPTER XI didn't resent the brusqueness of the cold night air as he quartered LESSON TEXT-Luke 24:13.17, 2535. The English office boy has a
order. GOLDEN TEXT-I am, he that liveth, new one: He asks for a day off
old is that child?" he asked from the woodland and crosseda and \vas dead; and behold I am alive for to evacuate his grandmotherwho
Several weeks ago I'd treeless slope that led to a hayfieldas evermore.-Revelation 1:18.
reached the road. has been bombed.U. .
to have young Olie we open level as a floor. It was a stretchof
me a quart of milk six, I answered. And that open land, I could see, where Certainty and assurance these

And I looked forward to me as such a pitiably small some homesteader the summer be- are at the heart of our observance,

visits. For I liked Olie that I was prompted to add: fore had cut wild hay for his stock. of Easter. We declare with Paul, I S. Court in ChinaThe

liked me. "seemed quite a sturdy little But Sandy, instead of racing after "Now is Christ risen from the dead"I
But one day, instead his master, seemed to be crisscrossing ( Cor. ,15:20)), and that He is "de- Ninth judicial circuit em-
dressed? he
headed Olie, it was his was the child about this open floor windrowedwith clared to be the Son of God with bracing several Pacific and far-

Frieda who proudly its sun-shrunken snowdrifts.He power by the resurrection from western states also includes Alas-

door. She made a funny told him about the old wolfskin came back to me, barked twicein the dead" (Rom. 1:4). We would ka, Hawaii and China. The Unit-
join the who "with ed, States Court for China at
stood there in her apostles great
in her favor he said as my face, and was off again.I .
duroy trousers (plainly power gave witness of the'resurrection was established on the
child of six followed him, as best I could
hurried "And ,
on. a rights
ot extra-territorial
of the Lord Jesus" Acts jurisdic-
from Olie) and an (
wondering if his excitement
far in like this. was due -
country tion
old wolfskin coat that 4:33): China by treaty
big for her. She couldn't : couldn't." He glanced about the to mal a fox or even some larger ani- I. Holden Eyes and Slow Heartsvv. and was set up in 1906, taking over
prowling about in the gloom.
bowl between
more than six years But I found him, at the meadow ( 13-17, 25, 26). the administration of justice for
hills. "She's
showed an active The ,two sad men who had left- Americans in China which had
edge, with his nose buried in the
mile of
school and a us. Jerusalem to go to Emmaus were been exercised .until then by
crayons tumble
?" I asked. of loose hay at the base of a
After she'd pored over Sandy help us poled stack covered with a faded disciples of our Lord who had just American consuls.

book or two I tied her hasn't enough to work on, tarpaulin. His bobbed tail, I no- been through the crushing experience The court exercises the func-
her explained. "Or, ather, he of Him crucified. Now tions of a county court a probate
wolfskin coat, gave ticed, was going from side to side seeing ,
and started her off for too much, here on the road. He like a metronome. as the jeering mob held triumphantsway ;,court and a municipal court, and

There was a feeling of know what's expected'of I dropped down on my knees be- in the city, they left the dead any American violating the law

the air. A hundred different feet have side him, pawing away the loose Christ (as they supposed) in the ;anywhere in China can be taken

But about along 'this 'Itrail." hay. Then I suddenly, stopped. I tomb and went their way. True, 'before it.

peared at my door. left me and pushed his way shrank back, with a quick little cur- there had been some reports on the

"I ban come for through a tangle of berry canes, dle of nerve ends. For my bare morning of the third day that the

nounced. hand, pushing deeper, had come in women had seen Jesus alive (w. INDIGESTIONmay

contact with warm fur.I 23, 24), but their hope and faith was affect the Heart
"But Frieda went was of that. And I at such low ebb that they could not kalr-trlsjer Gu tripnM In Uu stomach or gullet may act like s
sure was on the heart. At tho first aign of dlitrtai
ago, I explained.We did not-believe. Even when mart men and women depend on Bell-am Tablets to
equally sure that Sandy had smelledout -or
alt en free No laxative but made of tbo futest-
began the search by Z iI a sleeping bear. Jesus appeared to walk with them acting medicines known for acid Insertion. If the
the DOSE doesn't prove Bell-an. bettor return
ing through My one and only aim in life was and question them, they did not bottlo to us and recolTft DOUBLE Money Hack. 23c

skirting the clearing to get away from that stack and know Him.

the shadows were hear the comfortable closed unbelief faith hin-
voices of Eyes by ; Those We Admire
Then we went back to armed men about I dered doubt and fear -
me again. ran by ; a despondent We always love those who ad-
examined the muddy stumbling across the drifted hay- heart slow to believe Godhowvery mire and do
us, we not always love
iun-softened snow for any field, wondering as I went why I effectively these shut out the :those whom
admire. La-
ly small footprints. But could see no moving lights in the blessing of God and of His Word, !Rochefoucauld.0UINTUPLEIS. -

nothing there we could / distance. even to the believer. Even deeperis

"Perhaps," I told the J Then my flight came to an end. the darkness- in which the unbeliever -

Olie, "she's home by this For I realized that Sandy, who was finds himself. But all is not

I pinned my faith on following me, did not approve of that lost;; there is One here who can'open

But it proved to be a retreat. His sharp barks were unseeing eyes and warm cold hearts

And the stricken look in plainly meant for sounds of protest.He -even Jesus.II. .

strom's eyes did not add even came and tugged at my Burning Hearts and Opened use MUSTEROLE for

piness. She called her N parka end, as though to drag me Eyes (vv. 26-32).

came from the stable back. Although they did not realize it

fork in his hand. The I' stood there, in my weakness, (how slow we are to appreciate our CHESICOIDSMotherGive

from his wide blond and hesitated. I must have stood in blessings!) until after He was gonev.

explained the situation. ciy the darkness for a full minute, with- ( 32), their hearts began to burn Your CHILD

could see, was already out moving. ,Then a second wind within them as soon as He began to This Same Expert Care!

mountain tops. And "She's somewhere within a of courage took me slowly back toward expound the Scriptures to them. At the first sign of the Dionne Quintuplets -

counted, with night mile of us." the stack.It What a Bible exposition that was, catching cold-their chests and
throats are rubbed with Children'sMild
"We've got to have Sandy whimpering at his heels. wasn't easy to go back. as Christ Himself opened all that the Musterole-a product made to

them.c"We've simply for some reason gave me a But I shut my jaw and crept gin- Scriptures taught concerning Him! promptly relieve the DISTRESS of

that child." of hope. But it resulted in gerly forward, wondering how I Bible teachers have talked about, children's colds and resulting coughs.
should defend myself if an aroused and it makes one's heart burn just to The Quints have always had the
That took my thoughts Man and dog worked their best of care, so mother-you may be
Katie's Indian baby, the back to the road again and once wild animal lumbered out at me. read their suggestions" (see for example assured of using just about the BEST

little papoose who'd been I"I Lander sidled along the ruts, My' hand, I'm afraid, wasn't a very, Morgan on Luke, page 278). product made when you use Musterole.
steady one as I thrust 'Little wonder that these :MORE than an ordinary "salve"
birch exploring men were
the valley grove. by step, studying the broken warming, soothing Musterole helps
god from the machine, I saw him rather abruptly arm into the little cave under the "strangely warmed" as they lis break up local congestion. Also madein

casion, had been Sidney the road, push through a mat stack shoulder, the cave where some tened. Regular and Extra Strength for

sheep dog. last year's fireweed, and drift stray deer or perhaps a moose had The way to have a burning heart those preferring a stronger product.

"Olie," I said, "could across a flattened meadow of, been feeding during the deep cold.It is to read God's Word or to have it
was quite a deep hollow. My expounded by a Spirit-filled teacheror
a horse and hurry over hay. I thought, for awhile, Great Character
arm, in fact, went in up to the el preacher. Especially is there
Eye Schlupp's? There's a I was both deserted and forgot- Character is higher than intel-

'named Lander, who has a But he circled back to me, in bow. Then it went still deeper. It blessing in reading and studying lect. A great soul will be strongto

Sandy. And something end, a little breathless from-run- went until I could feel 'the warm what the sacred Book teaches about live, as well as to,think.-Emer-

Sandy might find Frieda. fur again. But, a moment later, I our blessed Lord. son.
could feel something else. With the heart
It wasn't Sandy I on," he said. "I've struck About it, "strangely
much ." strangely enough, was wrapped a warmed," as John Wesley described
afraid as
coil or two of rope. And then I his Aldersgate experience, comes .
Lander arrived more was easy to follow him, since .realized'the o if RHEUMATIC PAIN
truth.It the opened eye. "They knew him"v.
than I had expected with meadow, for all its roughness,
downward. But I wasn't a sleeping bear: it was ( 31) in the breaking of the bread.

his heels. with remem- the body of a child in a worn wolf- ,Perhaps they saw the scar in His -t
a gulp, that slope
"I'm having Sock-Eye
skin jacket. It was our lost Frieda. hand, or possibly they identified a C.2223
settlers, he said. "When She roused little and
a emitted a familiar gesture or something in His
we going toward the riv-
here, tell them to strike I asked. sleepy whimper or two as I caughther voice; but until their hearts were '
south of the trail at fifty
and held her to
,he answered. up my breast.A warmed they did not see. Paul knew
Let 'em work a half mile ,
turned when great surge of relief swept that truth when he declared: "But
a scattering
And when they've finished through me as I heard the sleepy the natural man receiveth not the
white birches barred
in Jansen and out shack.have" 'em veered off to the left,our penciling path, small ,voice" complain: "Ah ban so things of the Spirit of God: for they $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

hungry! foolishness unto him neithercan
with the are :
of his
ground ray flash-
He turned for a as he went. He stood in doubt, '"Of course you're hungry," I said, he know them, because they are We Can All Be
lost child's mother, who to a little drunk with excitement. And spiritually discerned (I Cor. 2:14).
we came a spruce wood but
weeping in the doorway. both and the
Sandy halfawakenedchild Some reader who has trouble be.
on again, skirting the gloom
right, Mrs. Eckstrom. close-serried must have thought that I'd licving in the resurrection will find
trees. Then he EXRTBUYh
your girl for you. stopped and showed suddenly gone mad, for I managed, the problem solved when he meets
me a ..
There was such on a mounded snowdrift. It in some way, to clamber to the top Christ and has his heart changed in' .

deep-timbred voice of mean much to me. But the, of the stack and there, standing up regeneration. What follows?

half-believed him. in his voice was unmis in the darkness, I shouted with all III. Quickened Feet and Glad Testimony

Then, for the first time, .my strength. I called and called (vv. 33-35).

squarely into my eyes. ," he said, "is a child's foot- again, until an answering shout The seven miles (sixty furlongs, C In bringing us buying Information,as

"It's only trouble," he ." came back to me. v. 13) which had passed so slowly to prices that are being asked for.

lowered voice" ,, "that' called Sandy to his side and "They're coming, Frieda," I saidas were now quickly retraced. They what we Intend to buy, and as to the

us together. to him. He pushed the dog's Sandy's voice belled out on the had glorious good news to bring to quality we can expect, the advertising

"We haven't seen down in the snow and patted cold night 'air. the disciples at Jerusalem. How columns of this newspaper perform a

other," I answered, and started him off with the Lander came first, a little out of swift are the feet of the one who has worth while service which saves us

quaver in my voice. of, "Find her, Sandy!" breath, pushing Sandy away from good tidings to bear (see Rom. many dollars a year.

"Isn't that what you t Sandy disappointed us. He him as he stooped over me. 10:15). One wonders why so many O It Is a good habit to form, the habitof
he demanded, almost "I've found her I said I
off in the darkness as strug- professed Christians are so slow consulting the advertisements every
"Was it? I temporized quivering to feet in the loose
gled hay. about
excitement, only to circle my carrying His message. Canit time we make a purchase, though we
by the deeper lines in his us and whimper at his back "She's all right." 'But, with Friedain I be that they do not yet know the have already decided just what we
Mrs. Eckstrom's
But heels. my arms, I wasn't sure of my risen Christ? For if we know Him, want and where we are going to buy

i for someone to find her footing. And a sudden sense of security surely "we do not well" to keep It. It gives us the most priceless feelingIn
short make.the answer he beam a of cry his came flashlight had Lander.fallen went through me as I feltLander's silent in a day of good tidings (IT the world the feeling of being'
long arm encircle my waist Kings 7:9). adequately prepared.
"You'd better an empty ,tin'pail, lying beside '
come a
and hold He held closein .
L bole. One me up. me Note in verse 34 that before they 0 When we go Info a store,prepared 'a
said after a second spruce glance at
under his wide shoulder for
justa of what Is
it the could speak, the others gave them beforehand with knowledge
face. And me was pail in which the
my my milk moment, in what I accepted as a the good news of the resurrection.It offered and at what price, we go as
command, gave an absurd was daily carried to
That silent gesture of gratitude. is proper and delightful that be- an expert buyer, filled with self-confl-!
of relief. door. sent Lander run- "She's all right," he shouted back lievers share spiritual blessingsRom. dence.lt Is a pleasant feeling to have,
"And you, EckstroirV about in an ever-widening cir And Most of the
over his shoulder. he took the the feeling of adequacy.
( 1:11 12). That's why
called back over his sweeping his flashlight from
side child from my arms as the twinkling unhappiness In the world can be tracedto
the men when they side as he went. I could come together in God's house.
up hear, lanterns drew nearer. I could a lack of this feeling. Thus adver-
And Olie ride the first time the sullen Brother in the Lord, Christian sister manifold
you, roar hear a cheer go up from the crowd tising shows another of Its
the station and, tell the of the river under its tangle of and a moment later I could hear the how long is it since you had a facets-shows Itself as an aid toward

to get the marshal. 'I And I didn't like the sound of it. tremulous'' voice of Mrs. Eckstrom new and stirring experience of the making all our business relationships
wire and down the rejoined I presence of Christ? Not necessarily : and pleasant.
up me, as stood there saying over and over again: "My more secure
men he can get here. chill in spectacular or exciting, but a real)
a new my -blood, and leedle Frieda! My leedle Frieda!I"
for fast work. So come the flashlight in my hands. TO BE CONTINUED) spiritual experience. Let's ask Him I SS SSSSSSSSSSSSS.rntlte
for it!








New Treatment :: t
The Folks who read :

I; For Pin WormsBy D I Events in the lives of Little Men I 0 1( '11 these never verses', never sec '\';: l

DR. JAMES W. BARTONReleased weFeelzcgtminted

( by Western Newspaper Union.) ; -

ONE of the ,distressing ail- Z:: That seems so nice .'
I of young children W HERES T Har :'

is pin worms as the intensive Uy WHO SAID SPIT-1J Irs to me.R1.CArt.

itching gets gradually worse toward IT WAS ONI-y A c> TrrNG

evening andis I PASSING, Swowff PARIC AGAIN 1d

at its worst at TODAY'S .

bedtime. During HEALTH E R MEMBER VJ HEN
there is
I the sleeplessness night or a COLUMN r AVJ GEE Ir5 It LETS UP. IMThIRI'

disturbed sleep BASE IS WMIN' DOWN $ATTERUNDER' WNU Service.

with night terrors. The child JATER HARDER1tAMEVER --

loses comes weight thin. and his' blood be- QEE REA D S t CHOICE lst St.JosephContagious 1 : .

The prevention of infection or aggravation OF '
: I of the symptoms can often r MILLIONS
I be effected by keeping the fingernails j/

clean and cut' Example

short and washingthe / / Nothing is so contagious as example -

hands many uy/b// ; and we never do any great
a good or great evil which does not
rid of
these tiny"worms I produce its like. We imitate good
actions from emulation, and bad
which look like short fi
ones from the depravity of our

; I';; pieces taught thread days is.sometimesdifficult..,that In of we my white giving were student ////q/ /J ,. : iI ; /11// nature prisoner erty.-La, ,which and Rochefoucauld.Help example shame would'sets. at keep lib

tablets of santonin
Distress of
to Relieve
//I Dr. Barton and calomel and en- Ir i7 i\

emas of an infusion ii
:1 of quassia chips'was considered the FEMALEPERIODIC
I most effective treatment.For -
many years the routine treat
ment in children's hospitals has COMPLAINTSTry

been enemas of infusion of quassia G
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
chips every morning for 7 to 10 days. .f/ > Compound to help relieve monthly
Two ounces of quassia chips are put / = pain, headaches, backache and
Irritable due to
ALSO calm nerves
in a quart of water and, the water monthly functional disturbances.
allowed to boil down to one pint. \ Plnfeham's Compound Is simply
!? marvelous to help build up resist-
The water is then strained free of I ; ance against distress of "difficult
the chips and used as an enema. days." Famous :for over 60 years!
r Hundreds of thousands of girls and
This whole process is repeated each &PS women report remarkable benefits.
lPri2ltiZec offfetd i
morning for the week or 10 days, / ; WORTH TRYING!
water being allowed to cool.

The New Treatment.A .

new treatment that may take WOULDN'T Prosperity and Adversity

the place of these other methods is WISH I HAD HIS'' Prosperity is npt without many

gentian, violet now used in 'staining P YOUR JOB, I LIKE fears and distastes. and Adversityis
organisms and injection of 'vessels. MATS {
Drs. Max 'J. Miller, Laurent Cho- -Bacon.
quette, Wilfred' Audet, R. F. Kelso Af ,:; -.
and J. A. Guenette in the Canadian

'" Medical Association Journal report o DON'T BE BOSSED
their results in the use of gentian J .
violet in tablet form in 29 school BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE

children, ranging from.'6,to 13 yearsof CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

age. The tablets were' given overa .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
period of, 10 consecutive days, the due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
children 6 to 9, getting two 3-20 p do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
grain'tablets three times a day and helping you start the day full of your
those 10 to 13 years of age gettinga normal energy and pep, feeling like I a
-grain tablet three times a day. million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
These gentian violet tablets'cleared your night's rest or interfere with work the
next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
away the pin worms in 26 of the laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
29 cases. handy and economical...a family supply
() costs onlylot

Shock TreatmentFor -ttDONT I WISH I FEEN-A-MINT

Mental Cases iWAS I j THAT KID
DOWN I To Be YoungTo

be seventy years young is
WHEN the shock treatment by sometimes far more cheerful and

and Metrazol was first hopeful than to be forty years old.
used some seven years ago, some Oliver Wendell Holmes.WNU7 .
I physicians began treating many
types of mental ailments. As this :, ByJ.
: method of treatment was recommended -
'"', Millar Watt .
,: for only certain types of AT hGOOD
mental cases, there were naturally DRUG l1.
many cases where the treatmentwas STOKES __
a great disappointment to the ) LA4GE yqROr1lE
patients, their families, and the #
physicians themselves.
WNU Ralrner4 6v Th. R.II SvnAlrnit Inr.l l.
When should mental patients be
given the shock treatment?

Dr. G. Wilse Robinson Jr., Kan- 13lt lgS %'' PSSPd RP eQ

sas City, in Clinical Medicine and
Surgery, states that he and his as-
sociates divide ,their patients into ,5tM I THINK ILL ES'PERATE. '

two groups, those above and those TAKE MY TRUST ,/.MAttcSE 3UZ Tf 1ATS 15-41

below 40 years of age. They find RIFLE AM SHOOT 1 NO'T A RIFLE, 1? IS
that Metrazol is more effective in Yields to Conquer
those over 40 (and if the A COUPLE OT Z A
especially .A\1 Know that the slender shrub
symptoms began under 40) and in-' SAVAGES '( STICK which; is seen to bend, conquers
sulin in those under 40. Early cases A x when it yields to the storm.-
of day dreaming should have insulin Metastasio. '
shock, but where there is marked

depression present, Metrazol shouldbe T .
used, alone or in combinationwith -T cby's popularity
insulin. The use of Metrazoland of Doan's Pills of,world-after
many years
insulin combined seems to be l! wide use, surely must
effective in cases in which either insulin e be accepted as evidenceof
satisfactory use.
or Metrazol alone have failed. TE And favorable public
Dr. Robinson points out that while opinion supports, that
of the able] physicians
there are points of difference who test the value''of
T among physicians regarding shock Doan's under exacting
laboratory conditions.
treatment, nevertheless agree : These physicians, too approve every wordof
that if the symptoms are recent, ii'-r' advertising you read, the objective of
I. R I j which is only to recommend Doan's Puttts
or in the early stages-not more f JTSSo G a good diuretic treatment for disorderof
than six: months-good results may r the kidney function and for relief of
I ACAM'T p6RSONM the pain and worry it causes.
be expected by shock
treatment. I
If more people] --were aware of how the
f The shock treatment is 2% times as o' THINKAROU kidneys must constantly remove waste
that cannot in the blood without injury -
\ effective former
as methods and p to health, there would be better un-
:":" -. time spent in hospital has been : N'D i-F ER E derst?nding of why the whole body suffers
shortened by six months when kidneys lag, and diuretic mediation -
on an av-
would be more often employed.
erage. The death rate of this type Burning, scanty or too frequent U/ DaI -
f'. of case in mental hospitals is,about 0 i ,I tion sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
function. You may suffer nagging backache
t 5 per cent per year, whereas theo 1 persistent headache attacks of dizziness
death rate in those treated by the getting up nights swelling, puffi-
under the eyes-feel weak nervous
L.;; shock method is about 2 per cent. P all ness played out.
Shock treatment should be given Use Doan's Pills. It Is better to rely on
medicine that has world-wide acclaim
a won
r. only where there is competent su- 8yc. than on somethingt less favorably
." pervision as convulsions! can cause 1t known. Ask your Jtm

, serious complications. M. Payne
Remember, shock treatment is
.! given in "selected" cases. WJJTJ B.ll BrnfllcaU.. WNtT Scrvla'



Is Held To of straight-line distribution ,methods I. Is Your ,Subscription Paid S% of SWU, of NW'/i except one j;I to be levied upon the lands w't"-ID
Meeting acre in Southeast corner, Section said District
for the l)4i!
recent' Departmentof year
cited by a II
essentialto 9, Township 43 S. Range 28 E. ) The said budget Is now on fill and'
Defense CouncilHendry Agriculture report as The assessment of the said prop-' may be examined at the of tic.- '" 'ie
Plan lowering marketing costs. Pre- LEGAL NOTICES erty under the said certificate issued) Secretary of the said District at
was In the name of Louis Weisman. i Clewiston Florida. The Board of
visited the I
viously the class had
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Supervisors of Sugarland Dru'\ go
News) Stock Exchange, rail unloading according to law, the prop- District will meet at 10 o'clock In
( ; much of arty described therein will be sold I the forenoon on the 28th day of April,
Chairman Olien Davidson of the piers-arrival Fun J'.\SS.CH' to the highest bidder at the court I 1941. at the office of the Seer ry
Florida's produce-fruit auctions, house door the of the District In Clewiston Ftan,
board of county Commissioners, PICIAL. on LOCAL LEGISLATION on first Monday in <
; for the
plants, supermarkets the month of May, 1941, which Is the purpose of hearing, objc '''dns>
Mayor A. L. Taylor, C. A. Roberts poultry 5th day of May 1941. I and complaints with 'respect to .ne
who Is president of the Chamberof and other retail outlets. NOTICE IS HEREBY ', GIVEN That 'Dated this 10th day of April, 1941. i said budget, and for the purpo? of
"t the session of the Legislature of transacting such other busins >
Commerce, Dennis Small, chair- The students saw how producewas Florida to convene in April 1941, ap- '( ..) WILLIAM T. may properly come before said mil .t-
how it arrived here, plication will be made for the passageof HULL. I
man of the Red Cross; County Clerk of CircuitCourt ing.Dated '
local Legislation,
special or the
this 8th day of '
of Hendry April ni
M. Harris and Commissioner was processed and packaged and which will County, Florida
R. substance of be as fol-
Judge April 11, 18, 25, May 2. BY ORDER OF TilE BOARD 'J-]
George Poole held a meet- distributed to the retail outlets and lows: I I SUPERVISORS OF SUGARLAXD
AN ACT Designateand
the court- ultimately into
Ing Tuesday night
Establish Certain State Roads By F. DEANS DUI
house for the purpose of taking in Hendry County, Florida : I, NOTICE OF INTENTION; '1'0PI'LY Its President
J. O. DAVIDSON, FOR PASSAGE OF 239-April llth and 18th. ,
initial steps ,towards organizing
Chairman Board of County LEGISLATION
local defense council for civilian defense Extends LunchroomPlan Commissioners of HendryCounty I

as part of the State Defense i Florida. NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN Thatat NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO APPLY
April 11-18-25, May 2-9. the session of the Legislature cf FOR
Council of which Governor SpessardL. PASSAGE OF
Thru SummerThe Florida to convene In April 1941, ap- I SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
Holland is chairman.The I plication will be made for the pass-
I age of Legislation, the substance of
group planned a meetingfor NOTICE OK INTENTION TO APPLY which will be as follows: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
Friday night, April 11, at the state welfare board will put FOR PASSAGE OF AN ACT Fixing the Compensation at the ,session of the Legislature of
Inter- on a summer feeding plan, in effect SPECIAL OK LOCAL LEGISLATION of Members of Board nf Florida to convene in April 1941 ap-
courthouse, to which every County Commissioners In plication will be made for the r.j-es-
ested man and woman in the coun- a continuation of ,theVP A NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat ties of the State of Florida HavIng age the substance of special of or local Legislation,
which will be
ty is asked' to attend. At that timea school lunch program, available In the session of the Legislature of a Population of Not Less follows: as
Florida to convene in April 1941, Than 5,150 and Not More Than
ap- AN
president, vice-president and sec- Hendry County where a lunch I plication will be made' for the pass- 5,300, According to the 1940 Fed- Payment ACT of the Providing Salaries, of for Mem-the
retary will be elected. room has been in operation during age of special or local Legislation, eral Census and repealing All bers of the School Boards in All
Laws in Conflict Herewith.J. .
the substance of which will be as follows Counties
the' present school term at of the State of Florida
The names of the Hendry. County : O. DAVIDSON, Having a Population of Not Less
officers will be submitted to Gov. Felda, as well as all other countiesin AN ACT Creating the Office of Chairman Board of County Than 6,150 and Not More Than
the state. County Attorney In and For All Commissioners of Hendry 5.300, According to the 1940 Fed-
Holland and he in turn will send Counties of the State of Florida County Florida. eral Census and Repealing All
them instructions on their duties Surplus commodities in ample Having a Populatior, of Not Less I April 1 -18-25, May 29.NOTICE Laws in Conflict Herewith.
Than 5,150 and Not :More Than C. E. WEAVER.
considerable variety I.
Amount and
and on the organizing of a home' Superintendent
5,300, According to the 1940 Fed- I UUUd n' Publi c
guard. will be supplied by the Surplus eral Census; Providing for the 1 Instruction of Hendry
Administration and dis- Appointment and Election Thereof County, Florida.
Members of the American Legion, Marketing ; Prescribing the Duties and RE SUGARLAND' DRAINAGE DISTRIC' April 11-18-25, May 2-9.
Red Cross, Chamber of Commerce I tributed by the Surplus Commodity Powers of Said Officer; Fixing TAXES FOR TilE YEAR
Division of the State Welfare Board. the Term of Office of Said Of- 1041
and clubs and fire chiefs in the ficer and the Compensation to Be
county are particularly requestedto Surpluses will be obtained by al Paid to Said Officer, and Repeal- NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that ,NOTICE. FOR OF INTENTION TO APPLY
ing All Laws and Parts of Lawsin .I 11n accordance with the provisions of PASSAGE OF
similar to that now SPECIAL OR LOCAL
attend. Conflict Herewith. Chapter 18287, enacted at the. 1937
Local used in the School Lunch Pro- J. O. DAVIDSON, Session of the Legislature of the State
__, defense councils are being of Florida and NOTICE IS
that the cooperationof Chairman Board of County approved by the Gov- HEREBY GIVEN That
organized in every county In Flor- gram, except' Commissioners of Hendry ernor of the State of Florida, on May at the session of the Legislature of
local agencies,, which will act as County, Florida. 20, 1937, the Board of Supervisors of Florida' to convene In April. 1941 ap-
ida and this is a part of tbanat-,::: Sugarland Drainage District, a drain- plication will be made for the passage
will be required. Certification April 11-18-25, May 2-9.
sponsors district of special
i tonal defense program. age organized and existing or local legislation, the
of need will be made by under the laws of Florida, and em- substance of watch will be as follows -'
Sheriff Bill Maddox and a party '
bracing lands within :
Hendry and
local welfare board
from LaBelle attended a meetingof the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Glades Counties, has caused to be An Act providing that there
staff. DEED prepared a budget of the debt service shall be no closed season for
leaders of the first, congressional requirements of. the costs of fishing with hook and line in the
district April 1 in'Tampa, :. Sheriff In the main the children to be (Senate Bill No. 163) maintaining and operating all of the waters of Hendry County, Flor-
served will, be the same as' those works and improvements of Sugar- ida. -
Maddox and his law;. enforcement
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That land Drainage District and of admin- ELBERT L., STEWART,
officers will probably: hav.an important who now receive a luncheon dailyat Archie May, holder of Tax Certificate istering the affairs of the District Representative Hendry County.
part in the county defense school, but little brothers and No. 96, issued, the let' day of August, generally during the year beginning Mch. 28, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25.
; A. D. 1927, has filed same in my office on the First day of November, 1941,
program. c.. sisters not yet of school age will and has made application for a and ending on the Thirty-First day of
also be eligible. tax deed to' be ,issued thereon. Said October, 1942. Said budget, among
certificate embraces the following described other things, shows the amount of
Rents Locations available for a summer property in 'the County of Unit No. 1 Debt Service Tax, Unit
Optometrist i Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: No. 2 Debt Service Tax, Unit No. 1 r 1
.. I feeding program include'chu"rch", Maintenance Tax and Unit No. 2
Office Space HereDr. schools, public playgrounds, and I Fourteen acres on east end of Maintenance Tax per acre ,necessary Good 'FarmLand

summer camps for underprivileged

children. The ..field: is wide open STATEMENT OF ACCRUED REVENUE AND EXPENSES

.- F. D. Gudbaur, of Fort for any form of .program. that is CITY OF CI.EWISTON

Myers, well-known optometrist, not based' on'profit.. YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER; 30, 1940. -

has rented office space in the Hop- The Florida School Lunch Pro- REVENUE Taxes levied i
kins Building and will make regUlar gram has been extended to approxi- Occupational licenses---------------.-----------:_-_--_-.-____ -..:---. -_-x17,793.04 1,205.50 for Rent

weekly visits ,here. mately 1,300 schools and 100,000 Rentals ---.. --.-,-_.... : : ______ 130.00,I
I Interest received ---....--_:? ._________.___ ___.5 574.35 ,
Dr. Gudbaur will also be ac- children,. and it is hoped that Redemption' fees :.:.:---_--..--..-..____.'"."..=.-___-.______ 48.50
companied by another doctor on equally as many children will shareIn 'Mlscellaneous -------.:..._: :_..._ _______: 3.18

these visits whose name has not the summer program. .

been learned. His companion is Less: $19,7H.57
Discounts allowed .::. ... = .
-- ----- : -----3776.52: ;
an osteopath and also an ear, nose William L. Wilson, director of Taxes cancelled : _- --- __.:__ .27.98

and throat specialist. State Farmers' Markets, announcedthis I Advertising ost'- not collected___'--:----::: _..:_:. >': .90 805.40

week the, appointment of R: K. NET REVENUE --- -: -:_:_:..:. .:.-.:..::.;..:...--.-_:_'_..-._.$ Trespassers
:Clewiston, Youth Is ("Dick") Kelly as manager of the EXPENSE

Arcadia Livestock Market. Maintenance--sfreets bridges ___",,..L"": ... __._.___. ..__$ 3,231,81 Will
New York Visitor Maintenance-parks and parkways ___:__-.____.____._____w__ 1,528.06 I Be
.5 Equipment operation ----------.----:...--_:.___________ 3,513.71
5 Mowing weeds .. ___.__..:. .... _..__._ I I
._ __ _
_-....- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. street lighting -----..___-_.____--_..._:._-.______--_.-._-..-_...;;;.:,_-_._._..._.___ 3,021.20 1,114.07 ProsecutedctIII

Police __. _____.._.__.__.._.
James Beard sla son of Mr. and : 'Irs. :: Office expense-----: --- .".. ;.__._I __' .___..:..__-__ 1,579.15'

I Mrs. J'-: E. Beardsley of Clewiston, :: FJ : i Appraisal of properties ---'-.....-.:.::.;! __ _: x850.00 -
of thirteen students : M ::: Auditing .._.._....___..._____._.; .__.._.::: __ 249.61
was one rep- Salary, Deputy Clerk _____ _. __ 7i,0.00
resenting the University of Florida t. THE EASTER EGG IS NOT *:* Rent _______.____........._-_: -'"'-:: .:: ., 600.00
seniors and juniors who went last :>* OF CHRISTIAN ORIGIN .*. Telephone, 'electrIc current water, dc. _.,..:....__ 4 0.97 2,850.58 '
Legal and publication _--..:..:.._rr-":' .':'_:':'':.::_._:_'': 665.75 Clewiston
week to New York City under 'direction I+[ In both India and Egypt rabbits *t* Garbage and sanitation ___.___:.....__.:.;.,.;;.......:.___'...,.. _--_-., 636.70
of Dr. H G. Hamilton *:* and eggs, as the symbols :t: Sidewalks ________:....___.--.:..._ .____.___.:_._ 519.26
.t. of fertility and reproduction, .t. Commissions paid _._:._..__.._____..--:._=._.__.______..______ 54.55 And
professor of agriculture economics, .. .. Ban charges --...--..-.----.-.----..--...--.: : .:.. 4.56 'Realty
-------------- ----
for a tour of the the were closely identified with Truck license --_.-_.________....__.:.___; _.______ 10.00
city, largest 't' the spring festival which cor- :: 'Insurance -_-_______..___.__.__._____________._ 5.00
single outlet for Florida produce. .;. responds to our Easter. Easter +_ Depreciation of equipment __.___.._:- ._:.:.;._:..-...:...___ 1,147.27 : DevelopmentCorporation
,_ The study tour culminated in a t was the festival to welcome .l;
half-day visit to the largest of the :t. the return of spring, the season X: $19,881.67

Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company's -- s.,' of new birth. 1.Nug y EXCESS EXPENSE OVER REVENUE _____.__..?...x 32.50
I gets of Knowledge"-Geo.i! W. 't: .i
fruit and .vegetable and ERNST AND ERNST

meat warehouses for, detailed .study .:.:-;-Stimpson.:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 238-Apr. 11. .Accountants April and Auditors 1, 1941.

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