The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00835
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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 18, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00835
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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-r ySUGAR CORPORATION CHIEF OF ENGINEERS I Fred ,Snit Pays ,I Sugar Harvest Season !

.. Visit To Clewiston


Remembering a visit to Clewis-

LEMON GRASS INSPECTION TRIP'' ton in the days' before he fell a

victim of infantile paralysis and
Close Next
" i wishing to see the section again, Week

,- The United States Sugar Corporation Major-General Julian L. Schley: I Fred. Snite, Jr.,:self-styled boiler

Chief of Army Engineers, with Mrs. kid, was brought here Thursday in -
is increasing its acreage
( Schley and other engineer officials I his special trailer and iron lung I 1 RECORD PRODUCTION PASSEDBY
lemon in amount suf- Mrs. Berner Installed
grass an I I paid a visit to Clewiston last Friday over the new road 26. I' SUGAR HOUSE TUESDAY
ficient to provide both the oil The trailer is so arranged that I I
: and had lunch at the Clfwiston OF THIS WEEK

processing plant and feed mill I Inn in the course of their inspection Fred can see almost everythingfrom As P.-T. A. President;

with enough of the grass for year I trip over the Caloosahatchee- his bed _and the trailer went On Wednesday or Thursday of

around operation, it was disclosed Okeechobee project.Accompanying down almost every street in town Mrs. R: H. Knight, retiring presi- next week the cane cutters in the

this week by corporation officials. 'I the General on while the party was here, the tour plantations of the United States
r dent of the Parent-Teacher Associa "
The corporation has at present his inspection trip of Florida projects ending on the levee where the Sugar Corporation will put away

215 acres producing lemon grass were Col. Jarvis J. Bain, division party spread a picnic lunch. Strict tion, conducted the installation of their cane knives for another sea-

and this is being, increased to I engineer from Richmond; privacy was requested and given new officers at the meeting held son and approximately twenty-four

eight hundred acres. On the basisof I Col. W. C. Weeks, district engineer while the party was in town. Tuesday evening in the school au hours after their activities have

the production of the present I from Jacksonville and J. R. Pejlonv Undaunted by the affliction which ditorium. ceased the last bag of sugar for the

acreage over .a period of two or', principal engineer from the Jack-I compelled' him to spend several' 1940-1941 season will have beery
Mrs. Carl
Berner installedas
three it is believed that this sonville office. A. R. Broadfoot. years in the protection of the iron was counted at the sugar house. Thus
years I
Mrs. W. J. Robinson
will provide sufficient grass to keep: head of the Clewiston sub-office lung, the young man has toured will end the greatest harvest sea-
vice-president, Mrs. C. E. Miner
both the plants operating twenty- joined them for the lake inspe every part of the'country and even son in the history of Evergladessugar
secretary,. Mrs. Ed Collier treasurer,
foreign countries in this trailer. His
I production from the standpoint
four hours a day, five days each -
Herman '
tion.The and Dyess historian.The
t week the year around. party made the, trip to Stu- improvement has been such that of'sugar, produced but will

with I art on the division inspection yacht he is permitted. for short periodsof business meeting was brief lack two days of lasting as \' longas
First here
experiments and at Stuart boarded the districtengineer's time, release from the virtual and after the installation of of- I the 1938-1939 season.

lemon grass was for the production | Ribault for the trip to imprisonment of the "lung." ficers, Mrs. Essie Oliver, program No
production figures for the
of lemon grass oil, a necessary
chairman, presented a program designed -
component of cheap perfumery and Port Mayaca. They disembarkedat I year are as yet available but Tuesday ,
j to better acquaint parents
that point and came by car I
the whistle
morning at the
manufactured items in
many this country.other It was found that around the south side of the laketo PLANS ARE MADE TO I with the duties of the various sugar house was blown to indi-
school official
R. W. Turk, prin-
the levees, and control I
the luxuriantly in this inspect cate that the former production
grass grows I
cipal, gave excerpts from the leaflet -
works rejoining the boat at Moore
record had been reached. All sugar
area and a processing plant, was put
J Know
Your County Superin-
Haven locks to continue the trip FORM CONSERVATION
in adjacent to the sugar house. : tendent. A. O. Ward, member of processed between that time and
down the Caloosahatchee. the end ,of the season will be the
Soon thereafter :;came the, war and the board ,
county from Clewiston i
conditions soon It was a general""inspection trip amount of the increased productionfor
shipping started
the leaflet Know Your "
the district and General Schley
over the year.Following .
advance in price of this 'oil, all or
Finances H.
and C. Kolstad chairman
had little to'say other than to :-
most of which has heretofore been of the Clewiston the custom of past
school trustees
local and district officials I
imported into this country. Even compliment their group, of some thirty Mien i had as his topic Know Your Board years dates have been tentativelyset

now figures show that abou'ttwentyfive .on It virtuallycompletedproject. his first trip herein gathered at the school auditorium I I of Trustees and your County School for the harvest festival for all
tons monthly is being Wednesday night to enjoy a three-.' Board. employees of the corporation which .

shipped into the United States from two years. reel sound movie entitled "Our culminates with the barbecue and

foreign countries; mostly the Far Heritage" dealing with wildlife of dance for white employees and

East. the State of Florida put on by the their friends Saturday night. ,"

Continued experiments disclosed R. Y. PATTERSON TO district conservation agent, A. 1\1.1 VISITING EDITORS TO The three plantation villages of

that the grass pulp, after it had Smoke of Punta Gorda, and to i the Eastern Division will gatherat

been shredded and pressed to're- make tentative, plans for a con Azucar next Friday for their an-

move the oil, still made a, tasty HEAD COUNCIL FOR servation club for Clewiston.The ARRIVE IN ,STATE ON nual barbecue and field events.

and nutritious cattle feed. A feed I picture was most interestingand Both preliminary events and finals

dehydrator was installed and it DEFENSE IN COUNTY showed Dave Newell, well- SUNDAY HERE 29THThe will be held the same day with

was found that a good fattening known state conservationist, train- ; activities commencing at nine o'-

ration could be obtained by mixing I ing a young boy in wood lore and clock in the morning and ,con-

this lemon grass pulp with molasses the proper ",methods of game con- first of the tinuing on until night. The bar-
R. Y. Patterson, head of the reception group
C- both by-producte. I I servation.. 'I becue will be' held at the lunch
traffic for the United<< ..4 of visiting -edito.fR. members of
: '-' department 1 "' ':
with actual It .beginning lor the Editorial* Association hour.. \, _. : ;:: ,
Experiments feeding States Sugar Corporation, was elect- was a fitting I the National In the Western\ Division
tests by, the corporation have been ed chairman ,of the Hendry County proposed conservation club and will be staged this Sunday' at Pen- where

followed with great interest by .Defense Council and W. C. Owen after discussion of the proposedclub sacola, and before leaving ,the there are many more villages each

state cattlemen, and now 'there is was elected secretary at an organi- H. J. Oglesby was ,elected' ,scribes will have seen the greater village will have its own barbecue

a great demand for the feed mIx- I zation meeting held 'on ,Friday temporary chairman and L. C. part of the state in one of the on Friday and, winners of field
I events in each will meet in Town-
ture making it almost as necessaryto night ,of last week at the court "Rosenberg temporary secretary. most elaborate tours ever arranged ;
increase the acreage in grass to house in LaBelle. A. L% Taylor, i These officers will make plans relative for an association meeting. The I Saturday morning at ten o'-
clock for the final
events. Both
supply this growing demand for mayor of LaBelle, was elected to organization and as soon : group, some five hundred strong,
feed as it was for the demand for I vicechairman.The as these, plans are formulated will will be in Clewiston for a barbe- I days will be crowded with activities -

the oil.County. call a meeting to complete the or 'cue luncheon and tour of pointsof for the colored laborers.In .
defense council will act addition to the usual prizesof
ganization. interest on Tuesday, April 29.
under the supervision of the state I cash and merchandise whichare
A visitor at the meeting wasHarold Gratified at being the first Flor- :
Supervisor ''
council of which Governor 'Holland given winners of the field
Rosenberg, president of ,the ida city to entertain this influen-
is chairman and George L. Burr I events, this year the corporation is
Injured In CrashJohn Canal Point conservation club, and tial and distinguished group, Pen-
I executive secretary. County com- distributing service buttons to each
he was able to give some very interesting sacola plans to take the editors ona
mittees will operate under the state I worker, of more. than one year's
and helpful informationin siKht-seeins tour that will include -
committees. The organizationgrows service. They will be identical to
regard to organization. ,visit to the Naval Air
Hall of a
county supervisor I
out of the meeting held in those distributed at the ;President'sCon'tinued'
More and more counties of the Station Pensacola Beach,
registration, had his right leg ,
Tampa on April 1 at which the ( on Page 8)
state have become conservation- and other points of interest. Supper -
1 broken and the. left badly injured, I purposes of the councils was explained -
minded as the game supply became will be the City
when the car in which he was rid- to more than four hundred provided by
ing was in collision with another representatives of communities in depleted and hunters in countiesof and Chamber of. Commerce before, Three Draftees Are

I the Everglades are now begin- the entrains for Jackson-:
car just before dark Wednesday in; the First Congressional District. I I party
Venice. His brother, Hulbert Hall, Chief purpose is to coordinate all ning to be alarmed at the rapid I,I Continued on Page 8) Rejected At CampThe

who is bridge tender at Ortona disappearance of the game. To
I the resources of the county and to
and who was driving, escaped with I establish a skeleton organizationwhich the end that everything possible be Mrs. Edison ,and Party last three draftees sent from
':. cuts on the head. John is in the done to stop this before-all the
could function in
rapidly Hendry County to Camp Blanding
hospital at Venice but Hulbert was I game is gone local hunters have
event of emergency.J. Here On Thursday have been rejected by medical
decided to organize a Clewiston ,
able to return ,to his home Wed- ,
O. Davidson, chairman of the,i other state clubs. examiners at the induction station,
nesday night.Relatives club in line with ---.- i
I board of county commissioners, : it was learned the first of the
Neighboring Glades County com- Mrs. Thomas A. Edison, widow
said the two men ware called the meeting' and outlined week. The three were Hamp Dees
-:: on their way to Tampa to bring I I pleted the organization of such a of the famous inventor, was a distinguished -,
some of the purposes of and rea- conservation club this week with John Walker and Dewey Page and
: visitor in Clewiston yes-
back Hulbert's
wife who visit-
was I will be call-
the probably
sons organization. replacements
: more: than sixty members. terday, stopping \'er. for'several I
there when .o
ing a car which had I
j i
The plan provides for the set-_ ed for at an early date.
be parked in a .filling station : I hours en route to her home in Fort I
ting up of committees to prepare Two whites from the county will
drove Force Cut Myers. Accompanying her were :
suddenly out into the road Engineer r
and, plan to meet any emergencyor be sent to Fort Barrancas on April
her sisters, Mrs. Halbert Kellogg
in front of them and there was a
problem that may face 28 and one negro will go on the
William Wallace -
headon collision. Hulbert's car. a For Maintenance Work Hitchcock, and Mrs.
the community from
1st or 2nd of May.
model Nichols and the latter's husband -
1936 Chevrolet
was considerably -
epidemic of disease the :
The draft office is now located
damaged. Mr. Nichols, who is a mem-
evacuation of the people and The personnel of the U. S. En- ber of the council of education of I In its new quarters and new furniture -
The name of the driver of the I caring for in of I
refugees case ] received
the office
I for was
gineers in this area has, been cut the national foreign trade council,
other car could not be learned at by a foreign the I
enemy on being
this week. Office hours are
drastically In the past few weeks and a friend, Miss Lucy Bogue, of
this time, nor the extent of his in-I coast of Florida. I Miss Betty
and reorganized, strictly on a Fort Myers. I
juries. i Only one committee was formedat maintenance basis, according to Mrs. Edison and her party arrivedin Spicer, clerk, will be in the office

the meeting, others to come ata A. R. Broadfoot, head of the Clew time for lunch at the Inn, and from 8:30 to 5:00 every' day but

92 Finished Steers I later date. This was the com- iston suboffice.The later were shown through the sugar I Saturday and on Saturday will work

I mittee on research and informa- number now employed, Mr. II house and driven over other, from 8:30 ,until noon.

Ready For Market tion. D. H. Ward of XaBelle was Broadfoot said, is considered the erties of the United States proP-I

made chairman, other members being -i|f! minimum for maintenance and I Corporation. They also Nine Navy Planes

Mrs. R. N. Miller, also of La-j-'I I'operation.I I j levee, hurricane gates and govern- :

Ninety-two steers which were Belle and E. M. Cornet e of Clewis- I force was reduced from 136 ment property. The group left in Here On WednesdayNine

purchased by the United States ton. men to 95 and as many: of 'those'as the late afternoon for Fort Myers.

l Sugar Corporation and placed in Under each committee, subcommittee I could be located on other jobs Mrs. Edison, who is completing

their cattle fattening pens several heads will be selected from were transfrered. Some skilled and plans for a memorial to Mr. Edjsonin big yellow-winged Navy

} weeks ago are almost ready to be time to time by direction of the I semi-skilled men were sent to workat the form of an' art gallery and training planes landed Wednesday

," placed on the market and it is said State Council. Jacksonville and the derrick public library, was returning froma morning at the Clewiston airporton

will be sold next week for butcher- I I barge D-l under the command<1 of visit to West Palm Beach during a training flight out from Opa

ing. GARDEN CLUB TO MEET Allan G. Twiddy was fully manned which she visited the newly open- Locka ,airport near Miami and, the

Improvement in feeding con- here and 'sent to work on defense ed Norton Gallery and School of training pilots and their students

ditions between this herd and those The Garden Club will hold its projects, the location of which was I Art. Mrs. Edison's plans call fora spent aji hour or more in Clewiston -

formerly fattened is indicated by April meeting next Thursday at not disclosed. Three large barges building across the highway from before returning to their base.

the excellent condition of this three o'clock at the Clewiston Inn. also went with the D-l. the Edison' home, which will housea Lieut. Wilson Rippey, a personal

group of finished steers. They ap- Annual election of officers will Within the next week, Mr. Broad- library and an art gallery that friend of Ed Clark's, was one of

pear to have gained considerably take place and reports from the foot said, major maintenance work may be used as a small auditoriumand the flight instructors .and, told Mr.

'. \ more than the first group and the I club's delegates to the state con- will be started, at hurricane gate music hall. She will presentthe Clark while here that they hoped

'. gain appears to have been uniform vention will be given. A full attendance No.' 4 at Chosen. The gate will be building when completed to the to make this a scheduled flight)

with all the animals. is urged. (Continued on Page 8)I city of Fort Myers. i once each week.
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yy>,x'/0 1 The thunder mikes
year a 9-month course is offered'to a carefully selected group of LessonBy me. fe.el.so sm rt.

traffic policemen from all parts of the country by the Northwestern University HAROLD L. IAJNDQUIST. D. D. For Im &. futuristyou .
Traffic.Institute in Evanston, Ill. The school was created in 1936. Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof

U Strvlr., by a grant from the Automotive Safety Foundation. A trained staff under (Released by Western Chicago.Newspaper Union.) ,se.e.---

Lieut. F., M. Krcml, director, conducts highly specialized courses in all It rounds just loud

Private PapersOf phases of traffic control These photos tell the story. S, S. Lesson for April 20 to other folks

a Cub Reporter: But fcJwfc.y.s5ounds

His name is Capt.. Jean Georges Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 1
French air force dur- and copyrighted by International: dirk
of the \o
D'Ary X !'iKCLd .y : {" y Council of Religious Education; used by 0, 0
ing World War I and up to the ', : 3v permission. blue to me..
time France quit He refused to : '
the 5 USING WITNESSING POWER q!1 c.c""'!
surrender and left France before zs +:: ti.;
Nazis came-escaping to Lisbon .'
There he felt sure the British consu- J LESSON TEXT-Acts 2:1-4; 4:8.20
late would help him return to Brit- GOLDEN TEXT-They were all filled with
the Holy Ghost and they spake the word of
ain so he could fly again for England / Ad God with boldness.-Acts 4:31.
'. But something went wrong ; Service.
The consulate was busy or i d : 'Y ?y Y -
The Holy Spirit Poured Out
something, and he managed to get Our
(2:1-4). RevelationIn
to Martinique on a freighter ,.
that "We are not to imagine that 'at
When Captain D'Ary was tipped
the Martinique regime was plan-' : this Pentecost'He first came into all lives there is a formationof
ning to ship him back to France asa : 4 the world. In all.ages He had been : character. 'It comes from

fugitive, he escaped to a port in imparting life and guidance and many causes, and from some
the U. S., .' 'e' "I am' in a ,sympa- strength and holiness to the peopleof which on the surface are apparent
thetic country," he mused, "I will Slrx r God;' but He was now to work ly even trivial. But the result is
not live, under shadows. I will tell with,a new instrument, namely, the the same; a sudden revelationto
everything to the authorities" .. : I truth concerning a crucified, risen, ourselves of our secret purpose

And he did,. adding: "Please deportme a $ 'ascended, divine Saviour.. For'the and a recognition of our, perhaps
but deport me to Canada, so I proclamation of this truth the long-shadowed, but now masterful,
can get to England and help fight Church was the appointed agent. The conviCtions.-Van Amburgh.COLD'S .
again" The man in charge story of Pentecost, therefore, is the ,

said: "Why, this is against the law!" _._ first chapter in the history of the
i And he was jailed Some of us .m.mm Church as it witnesses for Christ,
; read about it in the papers The student officers spend a minimum of 22 hours week in formal and it embodies the impressive lesson MISERY
Some of appealed to Washington that in outside that in all successful witnessingthe ANY TIME OF YEAR
us ,classroom study and at-least many preparation.
"If he is deported to Martinique power is that of the Spirit and PENETROWhen
i he will be shot!" we explained _'_.._..._m.__ ._.. ._ .,,..,.. the instrument is the message of the
i On the morning he was to gospel.
. be returned to Martinique came a The outpouring of,the Spirit on the Truth Is Veiled
r telegram: "Deport D'Ary," it said, day of Pentecost was accompaniedby When the truth cannot be clearly
I "to Canada." signs of great power, and>a spe-. made out, what is false is increased -
cial 'enduement which enabled all through fear.,- Quintus

The Other Week-end ,The Second the strangers: in Jerusalem to hear Curtius Rufus.

! Bomb Wing from Langley Field, : the gospel 'in their ,own tongue.

; Va., flew 30 bombers to Miami under n. v "This ability to speak in foreign languages
command of Gen. A. Krogstad ( r fd3w f; as not previously learned was DON'T BE BOSSED

On the way, one of the bombers merely a temporary endowment
lost its elevator,and started having granted for a special purpose. It BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE.

other trouble The general was one of those miraculous spiritual CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

ordered the men in the plane to bailout gifts which 'marked the age of .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
"You never saw six men the, apostles. In modern times the due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
jump so quickly. In less than six claim to possess this power has do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next:
morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
seconds!" never been established on 'credible
helping you start day full of your
The two pilots, however, decidednot evidence, nor is the dominance of normal energy and pep, feeling like a
to jump, and, with expert han- the Spirit in the life of a believerto million Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
dling ,brought the bomber down be tested by the presence of any your night's rest or interfere with work the
next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
without mishap to it or themselves nm n "m special gift" (Charles R. Erdman). laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's

We found out why they refusedto .A. R. Forster, director': of training, diagrams a collision scene for II. Mighty Works ,Performed (4: handy and economical...a family supply

jump That morning both had the benefit of five members of the ,class. 9). costs only
squandered $12 each on two silk Reference is made here to the FEEN-A-MINT 10*

,shirts which they were wearing healing of the lame man-a,miracle
"We realized," said one of the boys, which resulted in the imprisonmentof

"that if we bailed, out-those shirts Peter and John. It was a work Kindled Sparks
were sure to get dirty." ofpower, but"only the first of many Three sparks-pride, envy and

... "T, _. which'the disciples were to perform.An avarice-have been' kindled- in all
Notes (:an: ,I even greater work"was that of hearts.-Dante.

Innocent" Bystander: the Spirit-filled preaching of ,the

The Story Tellers: The Commy L-k gospel'which brought 3,000 souls into Are They Whispering
Charlie McCarthys over here keep L4 j the church (2:41). As we marvel at

bragging there's no unemploymentin 1 \ :L that event, we need also to keep be- "YOU'RE SKINNY"

Stalin's kingdom. Freda Utley, fore us the recurring day-by-day It's a shame for a girl to miss good
who had six years of the Soviet, miracle of the 'regeneration of individuals times because she looks skinny. She
(2:47). This was and is, may need the Vitamin B Complex
tells in the Atlantic aid
why Monthly: Iron of Vinol in her diet to ap-
"There is no unemployment pay or accomplished through the teaching petite and add attractive pounds. Get!
of. the Word (2:42)). Vinol today
relief unemployment in the So-
viet Union has been liquidated' by III. True Witness Presented (4:

the simple device of liquidating the \ 8-12)).
r unemployed, who must starve to The rulers and leaders (especially Cannot Fall
death" Joseph Harrington'spiece the skeptical aristocrats of that day He that is down needs fear no
in "I were fall, he, that is low, no pride
; Cosmopolitan begins: -the, Sadducees) angered by
! think newspaper people are crazy.I the proclamation of the resurrectionof Bunyan.

mean goofy. The screwiest peo- Circle: Homework Here two the One they had.crucified.: They

ple I ever met" In American students are "cracking the books" 'f r also feared that their rich revenues .
Magazine Lehman and D. Brown for next day's classes. from the temple might be' cut off if
collab on "Hack Writer," which in- the people were to follow Christ

dicates the authors are hardly '. Right: First.aid is an important (4:4)), so they took the disciples into -a.- %' BLACKMAN'SMEDICATED
The for is in the curriculum. Here 'DVBI.AC allssJ
new mag men dickeringwith custody and brought them before /
three titles: "Sir," "Swank"and Lieut. A. J. Nagel demonstrates the Sanhedrin. / t! J

"Beau Brummel when the the head bandage. ... ,
";::"':" speaking one might
Humanly 3
last mentioned tells the story! t 4: <:t have ,expected these men to ,standin SALT BRICK ,

: E. Hemingway, Look reports, is go- : ; ..3.3r fear and awe before that august' f
ing to give some of his "For Whom tf7t1"B ; body, and either become dumb with. COKDI'TioNail For Horses, ,
i i the Bell Tolls" royalties to China. defiant. But-such I acallwr .
k terror or brazenly I.. ,TOCKJ ;. Mules, Cows
I The dough came out of the fight for is not the operation of the Holy Spiritin '.. and SheepNo
Democracy, he figures, and some of
;, a man. They spoke tactfully, but
it is going back in. boldly, of the death and resurrectionof trouble to use, simply keep'one

the only One in whom there is in the feed box all the time.
1 The ,Front .Pages: Just what got any salvation. Stock will dcse themselves.Use .
" Heywood Broun fired from the Worldis I
/ in the.place of plain salt.
cleared in book of his col- IV. Faithful Though Persecuted
up a : '
'' (4:13-20). Try It a week or so and be convlnc'ed.BUY .
umns collected. by the younger Hey- : ,
wood. ,It wasn't his SaccoVanzettipieces : : Not being able to make any real FROM, YOUR DEALER
as most of us thought. It : charge against the disciples, the Manufactured I
was a piece done a year later for rulers let them go, but only after BLACKMAN STOCK'MEDICINE CO.
the Nation, which accused the Worldof ) threatening them and forbidding Chattanooga Tennessee

lacking moxie Ray Brock, a .. 1 them to speak any more of Christ.
new by-line to these orbs, turned in '''' '''r :,' s They, like so many religious leadersof .. ,

exciting news' from Belgrade to the I? today, were quite willing that the II .... '. .16-41
Times-when the uprising started Above: A carefully" & disciples should preach, if they WNU-7 ,.

It wasn't ,so many weeks ago staged "accident, in r would only leave out the name of Helpful Discipline '.-

that Mussolini was quoted as boa'sting which students are % Christ.. Mistake error, is the 'discipline
: "I am not 'a man-I am an called to investigate. \, Note the answer in verse 19. through ;which we 'advance.
event!" Tsk-tsk Remember -- Many real accidents | There is onlyone message (v. 12). Channing. .
.how the experts told us that'March f 'Neither k.there any other name

would be the' month _when under heaven, that is given among
Adolf, went to town? Well, March : :: ;; : men, wherein we must be saved!;
.,has done come and gawn, 'as' thesaying investigated.L thus Peter asserts not only that the Miserable .

goes,down.South Boom- miracle has been wrought in the
,erang Dep't: Al Williams, the mili- name of Jesus Christ, but that he with backache ?
tary "expert," recently wrote a book and his judges can have eternal sal,-
i ,in which he predicted'that the Fas- vation in no other name. His wordsare .

: ,cist ,air force would knock the British r r/: '. a at. once a rebuke, a challenge, W/HEN vy you suffer kidneys nagging function badly backache and] ,

out of the Mediterranean. r, xr" and an invitation. They need to be' with dizziness, burning, scanty or tool' t
<:/_/" :e, N n reviewed and weighed today by certain frequent urination and getting up at
Typewriter Ribbons: The Thom- yl".N''lz. ., benevolent but superficial talk- night; when you feel tired, nervous,)
aston, Ga., Times': Don't risk your ers who are, asserting that Chris- all upset. use Doan's Pil s. \
eyesight by looking straight at the tianity is only one among many Doan's are especially for poorlY'
sun, or your illusions by looking ,religions, and that it is only 'necessary I working kidneys. Millions of boxesare
straight at a friend Olin Mil- for one to be sincere in his own used: every the year. They over.-Ask are recommended -'
country yourj
ler's: Uncle Sam is so busy watch- Test for drunkenness, which is made belief. Such teachers must recon- neighbor! .
ing the wolves in Europe he can't cile their statements with those of
see the rats at home .. Balzac's: with a Harper drunkometer, a device Peter and' John, who were 'filled
A husband should always know whatis tvhich determines, the amount of alcohol with the Holy Spirit' when they a

the matter with his wife, for she the driver has taken, from, the air in hi declared: that there is but one name I
always knows what is not. lungs. wherein we must be saved." 1|I I IISC





Visitor"Stumped by Simple r ,;""

Science Sustenance ASK ME fl A 'Quiz With Answers ":.. : Y? .

Offering Informationon J
In the midst of the scientist's ANOTHER (

labors a distinguished visitor was Various Subjects .Y
announced. The latter '
watchedthe '
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absorbing investigations withan
interested air, but the scien- The Questions I The Answers -;" 'I y

4.e' e, tist's attention was concentratedupon -
!i I a vessel which was' enveloped -- 1. What is a touchstone. used to i 1. The purity of gold and silver '
in smoke and steam. test? : (by the streak 'left on the stone
,"Guess what,is in here;" he said. 2. What does the figure. atop the When rubbed, by the metal). '

The visitor proceeded to, enumerate National Capitol. at Washington, 2. Freedom?' If.was.designed in
things known to science. D. C., depict? Rome by Thomas Crawford in '

"Micrococci?" 3. Which of the United States 1855, and,the.model shipped here,
,'No." '. fighting forces' has 'a hymn' start- where the. 'statue: was cast. Miss, .
'Sonococci?" > .....' ing "From; the halls Montezuma Freedom is" 19&' feet 'tall; and
"N-o'.1-: ;: ,'- I ., .. .;, to the shores of :Tripoli"? weighs 15,000' po"unds.- .

"Sp rochetae?" 4. With what weapon did', Sam- 3. The marines-="The Marines' '
No." son, fight? Hymn." :

'What, then?" 5. From what is'aluminum com- 4. The jawbone of an ass. .. .
Sausages!" said the, scientist. ;
monly obtained? 5. Bauxite. ':
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CUT WITHAOHESIYE in from the front edge. Cut'out .
the front of the box and hinge, the 8AR'ruiLEMY'1"fIMM'JN1E.tt
pieces in place. Now, cut and
paste the covering pieces as di

,",.;..R.,"..", ."",..<>. :s.--...< m' >t' '::: 3 TAPE ; '.! rected in the sketch. Apply the INVENTED THEI I
paste, on both the, back of the fab- SEWING-MACHINE I
II SOUPS FOR.EVERY OCCASION ric and the box 'and smooth the IN :1830. A MOB, I

; t (See Recipes Below) 'o material in place with a dry clean 'n.J' RESENTING/ HIS
: SIDES cloth. Cover sides first with fab- eerr&z wAy I
SOUP'S ON! THIS WEEK'S 'MENU OF BOX AND ric straight around, and about % E5TROYED Ii. .
CLIP PASTE PIECES inch over edges; then cover top
Soups may be a substantial addi- SUNDAY-NITE SUPPER oNTOP arrD and bottom; then the inner sides

tion to a rather lean menu, or a Potato Cheese 'Soup AND BOX WITH LID with the plain fabric / inch below -
distinctive touch to a dinner deluxe, AppleCelery'Salad With Sour PLAIN CONTRASTING the edges and */& inch over :
for they vary all the way from the Cream DressingNut MATERIAL the top and bottom; then cover x
thin, clear, delicate consommes and the top and bottom inside.
Bread Apricot Jam
bouillons to the hearty chowders and Beverage THE, pink'and green chintz cov-: 1 .. 1
i boxes on these closet "
satisfying cream soups. *Recipe given. NOTE: Complete directions for makinga
Economical,. tasty, nutritious shelves are lined with plain green zipper garment bag similar to,,the one
what could ask of dishso cambric and they are hinged so illustrated Will be found in Book 6: You THE: GETTER WAY T&TKEAT
more you a that the front be opened.with may also,want to make a matching door
may -.
Russian LACK op
versatile? Make the main- Borsch.
'soup pocket. Complete directions for cutting
stay of a family lunch or supper ,or 1 pound soup meat out taking off the lid. Any(box, of and making are'in Book 4. If you do not PROPER VBULK M THE PS/ 70
good stiff cardboard may be have these useful,booklets, send order to:
the perfect beginning.for a "com- 6 ,cups water CORRECT THE CAUSE OF 711E
hinged covered in
pany" dinner.. ,1 teaspoon salt this way. TROUBLE WITH A DELICIOUS
Library paste may be used or wall MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
A 'little "dressing up" can play Vi teaspoon pepper CEREAL, KELLOGG'SALLBRAN..I
mixed with. Drawer 10
fairy godmother to the plainest dish 1% cups potatoes large cubes water paper paste as possible to make as it Bedford;Hills New York EATi ya

-yes, even ,soup. % cup grated raw beets spread smoothly with Enclose 10 cents for Book 6.,, and ir EVERY DAY ,
Most people eat 1 tablespoon' chopped parsley brush. Adhesive a paint 10 .cents for Book 4. BI ND DRINK REKT, L4
c; with their eyes, 1 large onion strong gummed fabric tape, tape or will Name ............... ...:........... OF WATCK. --..
first of all. So, 1 large carrot .
be needed to hinge the boxes. Address .....................,.'......
if you wish your 1 tablespoon butter.
Cut ''the' box lid
4k:: soups to take on 2 cups medium-chopped cabbage straight across
"t a, party air, gar- 1 cup beets cut in %-inch strips with a ,sharp knife, three inches, Dangerous 'Lure
nish them entic- 6 tablespoons sour cream Resolved, to Live
Example is a dangerous lure:
--.y ingly. Try sprin- Cover meat with water add salt where the 'got through the
kling with buttered and pepper' and boil for 10 minutes. J UT7d% Resolved to live with all my gnat sticks wasp fast.-La Fontaine.MOPOLINE .
croutons, chopped parsley, Cut onion and might while I' do live. Resolved,
a few grains of popcorn, toasted carrot in strips 'never to'lose one moment of time,
F' puffed cereals minced chives, a and brown in butte ) 7i f '. OJii to improve it in the most profit-

dash of paprika, or a few tiny round -, -. Add, to 'soup d .able way I possibly can. Resolved, HAIR
crackers; or place' a spoonful of and boil for 1 i never to' do anything(-:which I IONIC

whipped cream in the center.' hour, replacing Perfect Heathen 'should despise or; think meanlyof NDt -S.KID, NON-SLIP BOTTLE -.O
For extra goodness, ,why not try water as it boils ; Mrs: .Watts-How is your new in another. Resolved never to
cheese in soup? It will draw a big away. Add cabbage I girl doing? do anything out of revenge. Resolved -
stamp of approval as you will see and beet Mrs. Potts-Terrible. The new never to anything whichI Dangers Surround
if you try Potato Cheese Soup. strips to soup and minister: was calling and she should be afraid to do if it were Man is never watchful enough

Here's the recipe: cook until beets are tender about hadn't even dusted the Bible., the last hourof, my life.- -Jonathan against dangers that threaten.him.

Potato Cheese Soup. 30 minutes. Add potatoes and cook Edwards., every hour.-Horace. '

(See picture at top of column) until, tender, or. about 15 minutes. Re-Echo, Perhaps
3 medium sized potatoes. Just before serving add grated'raw "You were a long time answering -

2 cups boiling water beets and pour immediately into the bell Jane. Did you hear -' ii-OUNCE. .
2 to 3 cups milk serving dishes. Place 1 spoon of me ringing?" ScIAL
3 tablespoons'butter sour cream in center of each servingand "Not till the third time, mum." BOTTLE OfHIN

% small onion sprinkle with parsley. Makes (6
1 teaspoon salt servings.- In Bee's Footsteps
2 tablespoons flour Duchess Soup. Boss (to porter),Rastus, you oughtto
take lesson from the busy bee.
minute a
Pepper cayenne 'tablespoons tapioca
Rastvs-Yassah, Boss. Ah's already
i: 1 tablespoon parsley 1 teaspoon salt
done df t. Ah, was out ,last ,night tvif
1 cup cheese grated Va teaspoon pepper mah honey.
.' 1 tablespoon onion finely chopped
Cock potatoes boiling salted wa- .
ter until tender. Put through a 4 cups milk 'What'they say about some of HONEY & ALMOND CREAM

t" strainer. Measure the liquid and add 2 tablespoons butter the new'evening gowns: Low and Regular $1 size
t enough milk to make four cups. Vz cup grated cheese behold! -
Scald. Melt the ,butter add the'' 2 tablespoons parsley chopped limited time.onlyMan -

'. finely chopped onion and simmer : Combine dry ingredients; onion, That Is Mean .
five minutes. Add the flour and sea- and milk in top of double boiler. Willie-My teacher is the mean-
f:. sonings and combine with the potato Place over rapidly boiling water est man I know.
'l mixture. Cook three minutes and bring to scalding point (allow 5 to 7 Father-How is that? as a Fraction tor his opinion of himself. The ,

t:" strain if desired. Add cheese and minutes), cook, 5 minutes; stirring "He, borrows my' 'knife to sharpen ,Every man can be seen as .a greater the: denominator the less
,. beat until smooth. Add chopped frequently., Add remaining ingredients his pencil to give me bad fraction 'whose numerator is hisis the absolute quantity' of the
k parsley top with buttered croutons. ; cook until cheese is melted. marks." actual qualities and its ,denomina fraction.-Tolstoy.
1': One Dish Serves 6.OldFashioned.,
Supper Soup. _
3/4 cup rice Vegetable Soup.

1 cup chopped celery 2 quarts soup stock (see directions. )
2 small onions 1% cups potatoes, diced > '
1 green pepper :/ cup celery, cut rri a ) G n

i 1 pint tomatoes, A'., in strips ?% r. 4 ,UY : ,,S 10NE/ODfLTGfT,, '
5' 6 eggs ," .' ;) 2 small onions,
/ cup cheese *' sliced :
3 cups water -* % cup peas

Salt. /E IVz cups .c'arrots. :: Of CAMELST00. .. '< .',
Add chopped celery and onions.to y, cut.in strips py., : ry

a kettle of boiling water. Add 4%, cups cannedtmatoes ,,%. ,> '

chopped green pepper. Cook slowly
minutes. Add Salt and pepper >/\ ... ; .. s ,'r. xsyo-u.. {s ;yrtZ :
15 tomatoes. Just before
2 tablespoons parsley-finely chopped ,$ S.. .).Y k, i':!.?s,:h:' Ya rt:,.+;a., o:>';YA:+2Yk: '' x ? ,: ,lJ, ;} l .C
break } $ < YtYt.4..3 ; .
serving, the eggs into the : : ridlo2t ifi 4 2; : ? ,
hot Sprinkle with cheese. Heat, stock, add vegetables and : ,Y.}; r yY r,iSf .:.::,'';+G9:yri;Sy t.oSYK: .>+!:,C;r}at}:, soup. : ;
seasonings, and cook gently until :' r.. t.:.... : :
Cover. Keep in warm place 5 min- ) : ;
utes. Pour over a mound of hot vegetables are tender. Add chopped r3+.
parsley and serve. Makes 8 Fxly
boiled rice placed in individual soup por
dishes. Yield: ,6 servings. tions.
Manhattan Clam Chowder.
y\ cup diced salt pork
LYNN SAYS: 2 cups diced potatoes
1 dry onion diced '
,The water in which vegetables 1 cup water THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU ,

have been cooked and left-over 2 cups milk
cooked vegetables may often be 1 can minced clams (about 1 cup)
utilized in I making excellent Salt and pepper 28% LESS NICOTINEthan

soups. Cook the diced pork and onion,
{ Minute tapioca because of. its stirring constantly 'til they are 'tender
thickening quality and attractive but not browned.<<; Add the potatoes the average' of the,4 other largest-selling cigarettes tested-less than '
translucence, makes an excellent and water and simmer until 'any of them-according to independent scientific tests of the smoke itself. y '
thickener. the potatoes are tender. ,If the one -- eQ,C,,trot 6o

Once thickened to the desired cup of water is not sufficient to cover
consistency, cream soups shouldbe the potatoes, more should be add.
kept warm over hot ,water. ed. When the potatoes are tender .--- THE CIGARETTE
}','' Evaporation caused by additional add the milk and clams and seasonings 'CA'M' El

,,? cooking may make them thick and heat thoroughly. Serve with OF COSTLIER TOBACCOSI .
and pasty. crisp, salted crackers.

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.).



News the'" first tine this term, will beg'lving i big busses, and several cars rolled I Florida and : the First Bank of I II COMMUNITY CHURCH. -.,' -"'.
The Clewiston performances as difficult in up in front of the Inn and pouredI (I Clewiston will' remain_"closed' all

I a few )'ears. I I forth upon its lawn, some one- day in observance of the holiday. I
Clewtston. hundred and twenty jolly carefree __ Rev. Edward Scott Ingl's of
Friday In '
Florida Published, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, :.Today (Thursday) 'is "'a' sort of l, students of song.' from down. Miami -, Frank icier ,Is Lake Wales will again fill the pul-
I. Fred '
Inc." celebrities day in way
at the
yIt ,pit Community! Church next
Suite. Jr., (the self-styled botle'rkid. waste Miami Edison High Newt Warden :; .
; .1 i n e Sunday ,morning. 1100. Everyone
KEATHI.EY B dWDEN, Editor .) andlr.5.. Thomas A. Edison i School : CItec"lu ,and Orchestra, :
an unheralded visit of' : ,girt3d; : ',. '. is cordially invited to atten. ...
,. each paid I l under he. direction of Mrs. Frances! ,- ..
: ? 0 M t'} .
as tOiflcetin several hours duration to Clewis! Deen on. their' merry way. to the Ifrank .T rJ1ef/; considered, one ; '
ar the9Po r
February 1; 1927. ton. Fred is "a shining example of 14th Annual l' lusic Festival, in of the most successful hunters in ,'. 't.
Clewlston March 3,, 1857.Florida, under the Act. ,. courage and cheerfulness.' He'1slted Tampa April: 1719.. .Clewiston Hendry County, has been ,appointeda 50c ADDITIONAL. ,.,SAVINGS!. ,.If-

'\ Clewiston on a trip to Florida -] was a stretching stop_ .for the boys game warden and assumed his r you. clip' this ad and bring it

S.b crlptloB Rate ?2.60 .Per Year! while he was' a Harvard stricken student and; a chance to rb" aut1fy..fqr _the." duties ,Monday.. "W.. : JV*.. Hooks Is with your radio -to .'.'Sears'--modern, .x
before he I
and was girls. the other
; game this completely equipped service depart1.:1=
Advertising Hates On Application. with infantile paralysis. He remembered .
poured into every corner con nty. ment. Worth 50c on' labor on any
the 'section and when the I .
sand I crevice and seemed quite de- Turner is ,thoroughly familiar I II i radio repair.
Devoted to the advancement and' welfare i- new road from Fort Lauderdalewas '! lighted with the Inn. The lobby I with the Everglades country, famed' 4I
and Hendry County. I desire to
Clewiston expressed a
of opened :
resounded .with their laughter and 1 Hendry County 'and south Floridai trrfS. :
(I rB: t
come up and see the Everglades 1A'b\ .;., '
I I chatter. And who wouldn't be i i hunting grounds, as well as the
and, Clewiston again. So the trip

<. ..:..:..:+....:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:.. :..:--:.. :--) was arranged. The" car with the I gay three-day on the sing way! I. know to Tampa, 'cause for I'vej a I rest of this;, section..' '.r 1000 1st Street Ft. Myers Fla.
I'specially built trailer drove all j been, and- It'sone- trip I'll never for- ,

RAMBLINGS. !!! over the levee town where and ended a bridge its table tour was on get! 'y; :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":-:0::":":":"I IY :":"':":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..o:.
I picked on a chap in a blue suit
and lunch enjoyed by the A
By B. B. (set up first, who later introduced me to I Y..
Fred wanted the outing : /7n .
group. .J.
: Gregory O'Berry, the tenor soloist. A

...:..............................:..N N N.NN..N....N N1N:.N..N";N 1 visitors for: rest during-and relaxation his stay.so had no Greg cheerfully finished the inter- t A A
I view for me and I might say here Y A

Now that the new road to ,}.Ii-I Mrs. Edison accompanied by her that all were very considerate and t A
two sisters and friends from Palm accommodating in regard to my position Y A
ami is officially opened there's a A
I arrived in time for luncheonat Y
Beach there. But what was A
great deal of speculation among I' so Y A
West and East coast towns which the Inn. The party were shown amusing, was the whispered word"Reporter" Y A
I through the 'sugar house and other .Y.
have heretofore had the edge on I creeping in and out the : "
Palm Beach property of the corporation. Mrs.i ears" present. .'t.. I :
:Everglades trade. The ii \
Post in mentioning the road's ,Edison is planning a library and O'Berry's solo is "I Love Thee" e_. "_ __. ARE NOT ;
is art gallery in Fort':Myers near the by Grieg. Other soloists include :: IH THE UNION
opening said "the Everglades I 'I ;; 48 STATES :t:
Edison home as a memorial to l
criss-crossed with highways" already Bill Cromer' Edgar Merchan Hugh .t. .}
so that the new highway isn'tso Mr. Edison. She had been in Wheeler, all baritones and Henry .t. ..
West Palm Beach visiting the new- .. A
Important. Well, it may not Oppenborn, bass. I .}
be important to Palm Beach but I ly opened ,Norton Art Gallery and Shirley Glover is the soprano :T i ......
,arranged: to spend the day in Bettie ... ..
we think it is; and we do know'. soloist and the altos are
Clewiston en route to Fort Myers. +
that it is mighty important: to. us Frances Harlow Mary Jeanne Wil- '..t.. ..
out in the Everglades.. We have liams, and ,Lorraine Basley. .:.
- -- Ruth : .is thp. nronmn- ..'
to ,find the Diary Hayes ..
thus far been unable ---- -----c I :
criss-cross of highways through the .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. anist. Chaperons are Mr. Duncan, .f. '." } .
:::. (Explanation on Page Eight) ,'.
alltea"chers \
Everglades. The only highway we Mrs. Haskins and Miss Elder .;. J' .. ::
at Miami Edison, a little '
have been on is the :East-West Birds the
highway from Fort Myers to Palm of EvergladesBy community in itself'. of 2500. t lr f.I. r -

teach We can go round the Laketo They, rank as 'ap': class 'A High :; __ '_

Sebring or round it the other ( Willard E. Dilley) School in the contest festival, and .t-. ..:..

to Okeechobee. But a road this is their fourth year in at- + The, state of your finances will be satisfactory .. ,
way leading. off the lake South is a .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:. tendance. Their colors are red and Y;

new thing and we think will white and their hangout while _::: ; indeed, when you get into the :c:

prove a handy thing to have. The hawks are perhaps 'the most I I there will be the Floridan Hotel. :;: the habit 'of saving every pay day. Decide .t.;
the difficult of our large birds to Forty-five of the group were or- ::
The Fort Myers paper on '
identify. This is true because their chestra members who will return I : aside definite
other hand not only thought the : now to set a sum and place =
plumage is not conspicuous and Saturday with the entire Glee Club,.
:road for the was folks a mighty out in important the Everglades thing because years of persecution has with the exception of the soloists.I :A;: it regularly in the Clewiston Federal :;:
but went on and pointed out that I made the birds .shy. Only the understand that they were to go Savings" & Loan Co. Your funds insured A
hawks will be are -
:for people right there in Fort more common ment-' from the Inn to the Sugar House *

:Myers the new road offered' ioned in this article. since some interest was displayedto :.;:. up ,to 5000. :;:

shorter route to Miami than the The Sparrow hawk is the most that effect. e..

Tamiami Trail. It actually cuts abundant hawk in this area. Thisis They were one grand bunch, and X

off ten miles of the distance from very fortunate for the bird destroys -I'm I pulling heart and soul for them A

Fort Myers to Miami, and besides great numbers ,of grasshoppers -I Ito breeze thru' to first place in t Y

leads through a more, varied: and and related/ insects. Like all I every division entered. Y

:interesting country.' true falcons it has long pointed A y y
wings. can recognized by Y
The length .of the road from I Y
rich brown color of its back and HERE NEXT SATURDAY
Miami has been
Clewiston to reported '
the two vertical bars of black on A n ca. Y
at so different fig-
the side of its head. Saturday; April 26th, is Me- y V
ures that we hesitate to make any .:. . . . .=
statement. The correct. answer The Sharp-shinned hawk is a morial Day, a legal holiday in .:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N.H.N:N.N.N.N.N.N.N..1.N.N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M..N..N.N.:

small hawk with slate colored ---- ----------------
seems to be 8,2 miles, but we are a '
bars .NN. "N MX"!NSMNMNNNNMNN X..X....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN. :NIN:NN. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,.X"|
leaving: the statement. open for cor- back and reddish across the I ;N".;...;...:*...................M.MI.....J..iw.MJMJ..J-i"JMJMJ: ..JMJ..JMJMJMJ..JMJMJ...JwJ.....JMJMJM:..:Mtt :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.':*;.*
:rection.. under parts. Like the next specie, :

II I I this hawk has short rounded wings yy., -- M

The haunting strains of that, song I and a long tail. I .: .t. MT

recently popular on the, radio The Coopers hawk is marked and :' : .. .

"Georgia" keeps coming to mind shaped very much like the Sharpshinned" -I .!:!..5!. ENJOY AN -.}...;..
'" !
every time we look at the new I hawk but is some larger. ..'::. :: ., ,., .::..:..
home: Dave and Marguerite Alston ,However the tail of the Coopers ,1 '
I : i
:are building. It's almost ready to hawk is rounded while the smaller i ,} : _, :

move into and seems perfectly designed .1 specie is square at the end. :;..:. ';,: '. :. ,. ALL ELECTRIC t', A' +.:.

for a couple from Columbus The Red-shouldered hawk as its ::::i: ._ ,:: : .' !...,. .: :ciI :::

Ga. It should be named Lit- name implies has a characteristic .:..:. ,'}/I: : <" ..-. ..:;!, .\' +.:.

tle x Tara. .* I reddish Red-tailed patch on hawk each; shoulder.The is one of : :::.::::: ":;>> ) ,: : HOME :'. / p" "" ,:!::::

Red Cross production will soon I j our largest, hawks and possesses a 'Y::t! .. ::::::

be underway again in a big way. i red tail that can be seen at a :::: -. AIV ,:::i:

11rs. Duff is daily. distributing considerable ''distance. ..::..:. .:..:.
J .... M:
yarn to knitters for sweaters I The Osprey or' Fish hawk is of i : :

mufflers and sox. Mrs.. ,lM.. good size, with white 'under parts I :;::A: $ Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that '.':..:_::

"Prewitt the scores is busily on 'tables cutting in garmentsby an improvised 'good and a field dark mark back.'in It the also black has line a I :.::IfIt;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of: ,the tt:;::;:

hall. These cutting, together room with in the another city ,'!extending thehead' from back the along eye.the side, of I :.!:.:.;::. home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently It::;:

:big box of baby garments must be The Bald or American eagle is .:..' and economically.One :.+Ytt:'

:sewed by you and me. There aren't':. structurally" nothing .,more than a ; i :.:_:- '

Enough volunteers for all these |,f large hawk. The niature'- bird is I penny will toast ,26 crunchy slices of toast, or: : ::
garments, so if you can undertake I Ito | easily identified by the dark' body

let do Mrs.one or half a dozen please or'I'' \vith a white head and tail. The I 1:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate I: :i:

-Mrs. Duff Mrs.. Prewitt i I. young are dark brown. I A radio for most of a'-day:.-and-ELECTRICITY is
Lanier know. The Marsh hawk is the most AJ your

'* ]I abundant of the large hawks. They I : :: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. 8XX::::

'Scarcely had the farewell parties I are the birds so frequently seen ?: .(.c..t.

for Betsy Springer ended when the (I flying very low over the glades in AX That is it is have and enjoy home I ::::
Springer family returned to Clew- I their search for rats and mice. The A:A: why so easy to a tt
lston from Norfolk. Uncle. Sam male is a pale while the
grey. that IS all electric and mo d.++
sent Mr. Springer to Norfolk on 'a"supposedly female is a rich brown Either .. .:...
permanent transfer. may be identified by the white I: .:..;.

:but here he is back again,-this patch on the rump just above the !!
i time
only temporarily. Perhaps
'Uncle Sam will be' as kind again hawks are a valuable groupof If SERV- i
and return some of our other families birds. If they were more i

to, .us. They'd all be i equally plentiful the sugar cane and other .:'.t' AAII
"welcome, either permanently or agricultural industries would spend 'I
'temporarily less money for 'rodent control. 'I :::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. !*!.*.

II .... :t:.:.
I II ; .;. .:...
i It was a particular pleasure to :MIAMI EDISOX HERE OX WAY .
ij near the Moore TO i...:.
j Haven school or-I TAMPA 8 .:.
chestra perform in the Clewiston (By Dick "Scoop" Owen) .}..:. ,
school auditorium -. XAXX; .. ..t..t..t. ...
Wednesday morning -I- : : :.
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] The date of their performance I suppose I should explain howI ...;. r ::.::.
wasn't generally known'" here I got this story. It was all due .:. A'

'or there would have been a greater tto a"- mix- p on my Vocational Guid- U' 1

number of visitors. There were I ance program. I was a day early

36 members of the orchestra and : on my schedule and missed con- Glades Power and Light Co.

their performance would have done nections entirely. There I was, 1A

credit to a Tampa.. Miami or Jack- stranded under the stoplight, 10:30 XAt

sonville' school. Clewiston parents Wednesday morning trying: to de- .:..:.

'were specially interested in whatstrides cide what to do; go back to classes -! t.... ....A..
can be made in a small or drown myself in a gigantic I .....:. .:...t.I. .
school over period of a few :years. chocolate soda. I did neither, however I.:..=- .:..:.

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M.r APRIL 18, 191 PAGE FIVE'ersonals t tf.

I Mrs., A. R. Broadfoot: .Mrs.j: ;'Arch G. A. MEMBERS. AND: SUNBEAMS through the process of making and termination to, win.
Hodges Mrs.- F. E. CbalkertcMrs.., HAVE EGG HUNTS AT CHURCH putting together' all the parts necessary Have you ifh'eard? No more detention -'

W. T. Whelles and R ltnr.i T. to'the construction of a halls! Don't get excited ; '..
of the Wednesday afternoon the Girls' G. E. refrigerator. There were the teac'heros'"t'keep "
f. ] I Meador attended a meeting_ us in". individually.
Miami District of the Wv, man's Auxiliary of the First Baptist :' very many, amazing tests' through *' ,, ;" d

Missionary Union at DeTra? 'Beach' Church, under the direction of [ which the different parts went We lost another student to Uncle .!,
'on Wednesday of last we ek. their sponsor, Mrs. E. E, Kelly, through to determine their durabil Sam last, week.. Paul Slonaker left "

Mr. and"" Mrs.' H. Eden spent ,_. j:...-- '.$:.iJ"t ", held an' Easter Egg 'Hunt on' the ity. I for the N yy. ,JI,, ', ;. ,' r 1
"Easter.b' >Sunday in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mathis, Mrs. church grounds. The hunt followed The process of making General .
---- A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. M,-C. Doke, 'the regular meeting. Prizes Electric ,refrigerators was very :MOORE HAVEN ORCHESTRA '

I Mr. 1.,'and"Mrs.' W:: E. /'DIIIespenti"Saturday Mrs. ,Ii:, N. ,Childress, Mri1.: ':'Leslie 'were 'given for the finder of the fascinating and educational., When ,: 1S'R ON WEDNESDAY-; _, .: "
Beach.;"' Miller and- :' 'Mrs. M.: C.:"-VoweHnat: largeat: numbec,:!of, eggs,,and. for .the you first entered the plant the -, "
at Fort Myers .'
I--t: tended a Sunday'School Conference'f finder'of' the' 'golden''egg. .. "* ", 'great' mass! of machinery',. was the,I The Moore Haven school orchestra '
the' Palm Lake Association l at Mrs. W. R. Broaderick and Mrs. first to attract your attention. The ""under( :"'the direction'' of' Miss' "
Mr.. 'andJklrg.' R.rc.rWilson spent 'night. : Waters a hunt Thursday machines "'" "
Glade Clayton gave Interesting'
... Belle. Tuesday most were the Jeanette' Greenhaw gave a program '
Easter Sunday in Miami- ,
: afternoon the church grounds
on great hydraulic presses that altogether Wednesday' morning at the Cl wia. -> '
-, j' Frank L. Allen of New Yorlf'City for, members of the Sunbeam cover a city block in length. ton, school auditorium .which, was

Mrs. L. J. Pape spent this week one ; of the" directors of the 'I band I These presses yield 'two hundred I well received, by the ,Clewiston student
visiting herr;daughter,..Mrs.: T.' W.' United States Sugar Corporation; ,tons of pressure and cost approximately body About thirty-five par-'

Griffith, in',' -"CanalPoi' ; ii7' tMr .":':'-' ,', 't. ...,>,I is spending some' time at 'the: Clew- STUDY COURSEA I pne-half million dollars. i Cnts and ,friends attended the', performance
: : iston Inn. Wednesday ,evening he These presses have to,. be installed from Moore Haven. '

.- and Mrs. ,F. Rodriguez, ,I entertained at dinner Mr::and' Mrs.H. Baptist Training Union study I every year. I The program; given' ,not in the

Miss Lucille Strehle and Shirley Edsen and Mr. and Mrs. .Harry course is being conducted each I The picture as a whole, traced nature of a competitive test in' -music '

Rodriguez spent Tuesday in Miami., Vaughn. night this week at the' Baptist the refrigerater from its birth in but rather: in ,an effort to promotea

Church from Monday through Friday -I the General Electric plants, to its spirit of music appreciation in
Mrs. Malcolm Bledsoe of Key Miss Evelyn Kellems and J. E. nights. installation in the hones of the the schools, was a return visit for
West is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.P. Beardsley attended the meeting of people of the world. that of the Clewiston Glee Club

1\,[. McIntyre for ,several days. I the State Horticultural Society in Library Receives The ,people of the world are dependent which went there two weeks ago.

( Orlando the first of the week. The on the work of research The first groupr of numbers play- ,
Mr. and Mrs.' Olin Waters and meeting was held at the Orange Loan BooksThe laboratories, as that, that is car- ed by the orchestra with Miss

son, Jimmy, were Sunday visitorsin Court Hotel and a number of .south ried on in the General Electric i Greenhaw directing and Tempe Jean .
Sarasota. I Florida speakers were:, ,on""sthe. pro- I plants. Ange at the piano was: Dream

gram telling of water control, citrus Clewiston Public Library I -Gus Cantrell.We I Faces by Conway; Moonbeams by

Mr., and Mrs. Harry: O'Steen and experiments and other things received 'this week a shipment of : McCaughey and La Rosita, Flores.

daughter, Manbeth, of Fort ,Pierce, J j i carried on in the muck soils, of the fifty books which it has borrowed can't get rid of Betsy! She I[ This was followed by two numbersby

spent Sunday here with friends. I f I I Everglades.' I .:- from the state library board fora left last week to attend school In the junior violin 'ensemble,
Carlotta by Quires and Little
period of three months. 'Twentyof Norfolk, Virginia, but she returned -
Halson Avant and Miss Rob.erta.1 I' BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. the books are juvenile fiction this week ,to complete her Laddie by Suter, both of which

George: were visitors in West Palm I I and the rest are assorted fiction I school term in good old "C. H. S." were exceptionally well presented.The .

Beach Wednesday. v R. H.' 'Knight was hostessat and non-fiction. These books will We are all glad to have her back I next number was the rendition -
I the meeting of" her bridge club be available, to users of' the library I especially Jimmie Paul! by Carolyn Bryant of the

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Royal, Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. E., Miner free but will only be here Tuesday morning we,saw a movie I difficult Hungarian Dance No.6 ,

attended, the Presbyterial in Fort I won first prize and Mrs. W. E. for three months.All I In ,the auditorium. It was called by Brahms on the violin 'with Miss

Myers last Thursday.Mrs. Dilley second prize. Mrs. Knight residents ,of ,the Clewiston "Winter Wonder Land." It was I Greenhaw as accpmpanis't.The .
,- / I served a fruit salad course to Mrs. area, including South Clewiston, I educational as well as very enter- violin ensemble gave the
Earl Smith, Mrs. R. N. 'Smith, next group' of numbers with Miss '
Norman Hansen spent a few: may borrow books from the library ; taining. ,
'Mrs. Mrs. Miner, Mrs. ,Carl I Greenhaw accompanying at the
days recently with relatives in I free, ,of charge. I FLASH: It's an old story the
South Bay. Johnson, :;Mrs. J.: G.' Niblack, Mrs. ,battle of, the sexes but this time piano.: The numbers were: Fin-
_C. 'J. Neilson ,and Mrs. Keathley they having that ,battle on a llandia by Sibelius; Melody in F by
-, aril .
.. ,: Rubenstein :Dark '
: Bowden. : i ; Eyes, :cRussianFolk'
Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley "'ot'' Miami .... cbOo.l Jews'" diamond ball :; field' The High Song; Russian Dance, by
spent Sunday here with Mr. Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained with School girls and the Agriculture I,Bernl. ,
afternoon bridge at, her, home boy's teams are playing diamondball
and Mrs. E. _E. ,Kelly. }
'I Closing the
Wednesday. Mrs.. L. C.: Miller wona HONOR ROLL this week., The boys betterbe t"
first and 12th Grade: Julia Oglesby, Renee : numbers Sorella by Borel-Clerc; > .
costume bag ,as ; .prize plenty good because the girls
Mrs. C. L. Moran and Miss :"Minuet in G by Beethoven ad
Mrs. Carl Johnson a flower standas Wethington, Doris Hodges, June are going at this, with, a strong de- \
Catherine Moran of Milledgeville, March Militaire Schubert
cut prize. Mrs. Hall" served Hooker.7th [ by by thei
Ga., arrived this week for a visit I orchestra.
salad, cake, and coffee to Mrs.: Miller Grade: Nora Oglesby, Emily FOR i I "
RENT-Three furnished
with Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran.
Mrs. Johnson, MrsW.: H. Bullen, Elsie Martin.8th I
rooms. J. A. Stone. Ap. 11-18
.. l' I Lanier, Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. R. Grade: Parmelia Bourne,
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis' and N. Smith, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs.G. Nick Schiffli, Sherwood Hall. I I J. M. COUSE '

daughters, Mary Catherine and] B. Thomas and Mrs., Keathley 3rd Grade: Bobby Berner, Shirl- .BEDROOM FOR RENT-See Mrs.
Judith of Canal Point, spent Easter Bowden I ey Benbow, John Williams, Ann I+1' Jimmy Wilson. Ap. 11 Counselor and Attorney at Law
here with relatives.Mr. Hopkins Building
The Wednesday Evening' Bridge Slonaker, Harry Vaughn, Jimmie
Club met at the home of Mrs. Johnson, Skippy Cothern, Margaret FOR, SALE-Late model kerosene : Wednesday: and Saturdays

and Mrs.. Harry Turner spent W. H. Lanier this week./" Mis. R. Himrod, Kay Bowden, Bobby Smith, stove. See" Mrs. John Kettl.' tf I 0:80 to 4:00

Easter Sunday with Mr. Turner's I C. Nowling won a cake seas- ( first Gene Land, Lionel Beatty, Gilbert j

parents, Mr. and'Mrs. T. P. prize, and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder a Stiles, Ann Prewitt and Richard FOR RENT.-Iwo bedroom Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses

in Avon Park. ':;,;> (i..,;. _TUrner'j,flower stand .as second pi ize. Strawberry Knight. ment, completely apart-I. ,I Fitted, and Itepaired Duplicated
'" DR. F, D. GUDBAUROptometrist ,
pie with whipped cream was Mrs. G. E. Etherton. Apr. 4-11.1 .
Mrs. Claude, Downs is leaving today served by the hostess to Mrs. Camp- FUTURE FARMERS: WIN FROM:
to spend the week-end in bell E. Nail Palmer GIRLS' TEAM r Phone, IDS G Collier Arcade N:
Miss ,Mae : FOR SALE-Caboage farm in ,the I Fort Myers. Florida
Melbourne as guest of Mr. and Mrs.R Mrs. Nowling, Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs.R. Challenged to a' diamond ball Hastings Section. .Apply Don S. Successor to, K. H. OakleCLEWISTON

O. Couch. C. Wilson, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs..,,, game by a group of school girls Hanna, Hastings, Fla.
Harry Turner, Mrs. Blanche Turner and teachers with Prof. Turk] do- I

Mary Catherine Francis of Canal and 'Mrs. R. M. Bishop.. ing the pitching, the FFA team ac- i ,_
Point spent this week in Clewis- cepted the challenge and won by a FOR RENT-Small furnished apartment TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP

ton with her grand-parents, Mr.. MRS. McLENDON, IS, score of 15-12. F. L. Williamson. tf.
and Mrs.. A. 0. Ward. HOSTESS AT 'BRIDGE Playing for the girls were 'Slaton, Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
I I Prompt, Efficient Service
Wethington, Burkette, Von Mach,

Mrs. J. W. Francis spent the Mrs. C. L. McLendon was hos-j Broadfoot, Leiter; Humble, Carlysle, I PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.Johnson's .
week in Canal 'Point with her 'son, tess at a bridge party at her home I Turk and Richaud. For the boys: RUMFORD BISCUITS

J.: W. Francis, Jr., and her grand- Friday afternoon, "most of the I Waldron, Burkette, Knight. Davis, WILL EXCITE EVEN A I

daughter, Judith Ann. guests being former school-mates, j l1\1cLeod, Pape, Vaughn, Hooker,
who have followed a custom of an I Mooneyhan, Hodges, Pullen, Thomas [ JADED APPETITE Fish CampNear
Misses Mildred Durst and Betty I annual bridge party since' their and Turner. .1.1l

Spicer, Ed Ward and Sandy Bell graduation. ( hurricane Gate)

attended a ball game in Fort Lau- High prize at bridge was won ABOUT' THE JK.-SK. DANCEIf C Clewiston, Fla.
derdale Tuesday night. you want to help ,the Junior
by Mrs. Malcolm Bledsoe, of Key, Boats and Motors-Guide 'Service
a' to the Junior- 'sJ
just ticket
buy :
West; second' by Mrs: William Bol- Rates Reasonable
"Wilbur'McGehee spent the Easter Senior dance. Every member of r
ton of Lake Harbor ,
and low
here by the has tickets 4 ." ,,'. H. Johnson, lUg I'.
holidays: with his parents, Mrs. Ernest Van Landingham ,or'Delle Junior Class ; so I l 1A1 \ -
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee. He Glade. Mrs. Luis Bolton of .it won't ,be. hard to get one. ,They
returned Monday to St. Leo Schoolfor Lake Harb'or''won cut prize. are,,'priced: 'at one dollar and twenty-I'

Boys near Dade City, Fla. Others 'were Mrs.'' ; five''* cents per couple. ($1.25:) Very
playing ,Casper
: 'reasonabfe 'I'd 1 MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Van Landingham, Mis. Sam Fleming say. 1
Mrs. G. H. Brown and children We will ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
of Belle Glade, Mrs. W. M. appreciate your helpingus
Marjorie and Warren, left Sunday Wilder of Lake Harbor, 'Mrs. M. in this, matter. We have been J Maps Estimates
morning for an eight weeks' visit rather unsuccessful in raising
i1rs' ,
Challain of South Bay I FREE. Send for flew booklet JOHN H. DOTY
with her'parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. must,
money for the banquet so we containing dozen ofbdght
W. E. Bolton, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Engineering Consultant
W. Wright in Clinton, Indiana.Mr. depend on this dance to pay for the ideas to improTeTour
Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs. G E. baking..Addreii:
Clewiston Fla.
don't sell two- o/f-phoiphaf/ Hopkins Bldg. ,
banquet. If we I Rumford Bating Powder
Crow' of Clewiston. : _'
and Mrs. Oscar T. Johnsonof I c? hundred tickets to this dance, we'll double-acfin9! _Box:N,Rumford.R.I. ,_, '

Hollywood are spending a few MRS. DILLEY ENTERTAINS" I. be washing dishes' at .the ClewistonInn I

days manager at the of the Inn. Hollywood Mr. Johnson Beach is COMMUNITY, CHURCH, HpIR I words this, "we'll time be'next sunk.year." So In other don't I,.:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:",..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..fI )

Hotel and they came to Clewistonby ticket salesmen
be surprised to see
The Community Church choir I :: ==
boat. I drifting around your way. _: FIFTY FOOT =i:
was entertained Thursday night fol-
lowing practice at the home of ,Mrs.
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette
down from Lakeland, where she is Willard Dilley, honoring. Mrs. R. MONDAY NIGHT

a student 'at Florida, Southern Col- N. Smith. I The Future Farmers of America J. Highway Corner t

lege, and spent the holidays with Mrs. Smith was presented withan I held their regular meeting in the

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \ E. M. attractive gift and delicious refreshments agriculture room Monday night at $ y

Cornette. tess to: Mrs.were Blanche served Turner by the Mrs.hos- 7:00.Most of the discussion was con- :!; Only such property available Other .=*i:'

Mr. and Mrs. ,Carl Berner were Mina Niblack, Mrs. Lola Robbins, cerning a'weiner roast for the II (
visitors in Fort Myers Sunday. Miss Marion Leydig, Mr. and Mrs.J. girls' basketball team, getting FFA :II f three corners improved. For immediate =:

They attended the wedding of Miss H. Doty, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. pins and the loss of she diamond y t

Bertha Heath and Carl Willis, Smith, Mr. and Mrs. M., M. Pre-' ball game to Fort M>'ers chapter. :: construction can be delivered NOW. ::

which took place:; at the home of.. witt, J. E. Beardsley, Wm. Mar- 7-2, in the first of a two-game y
the bride's sister Mrs. Ray Slade. tin, John Perry and W. E. Diller. series. The game had been followed y
1:: Ask Art ::
by a weiner roast for the Fort i
E. D. Hall of Miami Beach spent CLASS CELEBRATES Myers boys and was ,much enjoyed. v
three days at the Clewiston Inn RICHARD KNIGHT'S BIRTHDAY The local chapter will invade ..
this week,' enjoying the lake fish- y
Fort Myers soon in an attempt to y
Ing while here. Each day he The third grade had a party in redeem themselves for the 7-2 loss. I v

brought in the limit of fine lake their room last Saturday honoring 1 Y J., E,. --BeardsleyREAL '::
bass on his string. the ninth birthday of, Richard ,; THEY KNOW ,HOW

Knight. '-, .', I! The Science and Chemistry I I :: ESTATE ::

Mrs. H. Edsen entertained a Mrs. Knight brought favors and j classes were shown a very interesting .:. ''
group of friends at luncheon at the I ice creamand Mrs. R. N. Smith moving picture by PrincipalR. I yI :

Clewiston Inn Friday. Her guests baked a big cake. The party was W. Turk Thursday morning, :_: PHONE 66'i.::
were Mrs. !Herman Scharnberg, I enjoyed by the third grade, their I which was about the making of :I IX .

Mrs. M. W.. Bigg, Mrs. ,Harry T. I teacher Mrs. Dilley Jimmy Knight, G. E. Refrigerators. I.:i!: Art Lawrence Betty Spicer Evelyn Kellems + '

Vaughn, Mrs. C. A. Martinez and Howard Smith, Mrs. Knight and The picture began 'with the mak- :i: xXXK'C :

Mrs.I E. C. Mills. I Mrs. Smith. I ing of stainless steel and went I .* "XMX"X"X-X"X"X"XK"XKKK"X":MX-X"XK"X X"X"X'X'X"X3FRIDAY.


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and lurching along:!:thp eeprutiecJroadway.
In it I could see a man -.0 ri': .
:bi..fiI .
0" "" '
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a wide-shouldered man, wearing a f!I : ;: 'r.tj.J
alIeV leather coat rand leathervizoredcap. 11' .
a .
IT. : ...
,74Lamp lth :
1r e : !'O! t1'8g \
I realized, as he came closer, that
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his ,
Service1, face was strange to me. I lost
W:N. U. no time in wrenching my. arm away New potatoes contain less starch Always marinate (which means
.J from Ericson's clasp and, signalingthe than older ones and for this rea- to let stand in french dressing)
THE STORY SO FAR traveler. son do not bake so well.
,, \ stern-eyed :' for at least an hour, fish, meats
Carol Coburn Alaska-born daughter of a ,Eye Schlupp'sahack. "Will you help me?" I called out." ," and vegetables, except
"bush rat" who died with an unimproved .One, of ,Carol's pupils Is Salaria Bry- "What's wrong here?" asked 'the Add a tablespoon of flour to' when preparing salads. greens,
mining claim, returns North to teach school. .lion, a big. out doors young woman, also driver, without getting down from creamed butter and sugar before .
Sidney Lander, mining engineer, rescues In V>ve with, ,Lander. She can hunt, a bear his adding milk when
her aboard, ship !from annoyances of Eric easier than read and 'write. seat. making a cake. Chopped onions and celery
(the Red) Ericson. Lander Is' engaged to When little Frieda Engstrom gets' lost, "This coward," I cried, "is, threat- This coats the fat particles and browned in chopped salt pork, improve
Barbara Trumbull whose father heads the Carol sends 'for Sidney. Carol finds the ening me." keeps the mixture ,from curdling. the flavor of green beans,
company 'fighting ,Coburn'slaim.. Lander' little girl' ""Threatening you with'what?" inquired stewed, tomatoes or carrots.'
breaks with Trumbull and moves to Sock- A nerve wracking ordeal Is past. the stranger, still impartial.But Jerusalem cherry trees require *

INSTALLMENT X I he swung down from his seat. twice as much water as other Word of caution: If you are not
"I don't know what," I had to plants. ,Set-pot with tree in jt into going to wear hose
I was, for a minute or two, quite "They won't listen to us," snorted admit. "But it's not the first timehe's water that comes up just over top promptly, rinse them new
forgotten in the tumult of those Sam Bryson as his S'lary and I annoyed me." of pot and let stand until water warm water. This will carefully in
Then I was startled dined on yak meat after a two-hour prolong
crowding figures. "Has he any claim on you? inquired : bubbles up their wearing qualities. "
by Sock-Eye Schlupp, who cried school lesson. "But before sum- the still noncommittal I'.
out as he accosted me with an approving mer's over they'll be bellyachin'about stranger.. I,

thump on the back: "You're everythin' goin' wrong." "Of course not,"' was my quick
good leather, girl! You're good "I tell, y6u, Pop, they're just abunch retort. TIPS to Delicious.
leather!" And I was equally star o' half-wits," averred Sala- Then he turned back to Ericson. for

tIed when Olie, without saying a' ria., "They're yappin' about not, "I' think, son, you'd better be on Gardeners fishers..we/corned/ of home
word, crept rather shyly up to me usin' any old-timers. ''But before your way," the tall and 'grizzled
: quick to
and tightened his arms about me.I freeze-up next fall they'll find swingin' stranger announced in a disappointingly ; ; prepare ; ; savescook's

realized, as I heard them talk- in a hammock don't git no houses casual voice. Then he turnedto time economical ;
ing of all going back ,to the Eck- built. They're hot-airin" about town me and once more looked me order; today from your grocer
strom house for hot' coffee and halls and administration buildin's over. I didn't like the assessing BULB SUBSTITUTES

schnapps, that, I was very tired. 'when they ain't'even a road built or way that glacial eye inspected my

"I've a horse,for you here, teacher a well dug or shack logs ready for a person. He was, I could see, very WITH the supply of many popu-
if you want to ride," Sam Bry- I wickyup." sure of 'himself."Where spring-flowering bulbs cut

son suggested with unexpected' "What," demanded her father, are you going?" he asked. off J because;> of the war in Europe,

absence of truculence. "kin you expect from fruittrampsand "To my home," 'I answered. gardeners are seeking certain sub-

Lander pushed through the crowd' dock-bums? And what'll,we git "That's in the ,Jansen shack down stitutes.
and stood beside me. from, that shipload ;b' broken-down the, ,valley." The color and form of many an-

"Sandy and I'll see you 'get home sodbusters when they're dumped "Get in," he said, "and I'll take nual flowers makes them excellent
safe," he said as he linked his arm this valley? From a lot o' silk-shirt you there." choices for replacing the bulb favorites -

.in mine. cake-eaters who'll be askin' the gov- "Do you belong in the valley?" he As in, the case of bulbs,
Neither of us, for some reason,',, er'ment to drop around ev'rY'mornin asked as he picked his way along- the seed of these annuals may be
had much to say. And in that silent to do their .milkin for 'em?" the puddled ruts. planted in the'early,fall, for blossoming -

partnership of a peril confrontedand "But '''won't it mean something," ", "I'm the teacher here," I ex- early the following sum-
conquered I felt unexpectedlyclose I[ ventured, "to start a settlement'They'll mer.
plained. That brought his eye quick C
to the man aCmy side. I ly back to my face."What's The fresh yellow color of :Daf-

"Can I come in?" my companion 'your'' name?" he ques- fodils, for instance, may be cap-

quietly. inquired.A tioned, in a voice too well modulatedto tured nearly as'well in the petals
wave 'of recklessness went be'called curt. ;)f, Sunshine Calendula, or in the
1 through me as I stood looking up at "I'm Carol Coburn," I answered. rich hues of California Poppy (Extra .

1 him. "So you're Carol Coburn," he Golden). The shape of the
,. "Of course," I said, conscious of said with meditative quietness. "I California Poppy 'and the Shirley Blessed One p
} something portentous in, ,the midnight / 41T rather thought we'd be coming to- Poppy closely approaches the typ: Blessed is he who expects noth-
quietness about us. We only gether soon." ical'Tulip'shape. ing for he shall never be disap-
live once, I told myself as stared "
"Why? I asked. The 'soft. colors associated with pointed.:-Pope.
\) up at the star-strewn-sky. "Because I'm the new owner of the Tulip may be replaced best by
I had to back the
fight impulseto "
the Happy Day Mine, he said. "Myname's Larkspur, with its tints of white,
let my two reckless arms creep John Trumbull. But RAZOR BLADES
not blue lilac
pink, rose, ,and carmine.
about his shoulders. I
up quite what your friend ,Land'\.r is The
could even feel surge through me a newer, tallgrowing'Super O ASK: YOUR' DEALER FOR THE O
trying to ,make
me out to be, he
secret hope that he himself wouldbe added. "I've never tried to sterm- Majestic'Larkspurs are most de OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
ruthless and reckless, that those sr roller orphans out of their rights."

' two strong arms of his 'would reach ,I, felt, all things considered, the The blossom-crowded spikes of KENT.
1) out and draw me so close all thought need of caution. Snapdragons are likened by manyto pi I HI. Edit-1 I SInelo i"TT EdglOforlOc itTrmDoubl. .
/ of our yesterdays and our tomorrows "Then you acknowledge I, have (the Hyacinth. It is best to grow 7 for lOc
I might be forgotten. rights?" I asked. the dwarf rust-resistant strains of "TAKING THE COUNTRY BY STORM"
Then I drew Up, abruptly, with a KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST
"Where? he
inquired, obviously I Snapdragon, with attractive vari-
gasp surprise. For plainly, ,
fencing for time. .
sties such
as Compact Bedding
in fho the niflroi midnight rrf n .hnrco.quietness_ I heard .' -..- .-'I_._i-_._, ,. "In the Chakitana,".I answered. Bronze! and, Salmon Pink adapt- While at Peace
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A moment later, in the'shadow of ''jus' whimper around for questioned. able'also because of their suitability Even a fool, when he holdeth his '

the shack front, I ,could make out, more relief" I told him that I hadn't. for massed bedding, as Tulipsare peace, is accounted wise.-Prov

the uncertain figure of a man. "Then you don't and can't understand so often used. erbs.
"That you, Sid?" challenged the' that's really going to take root the situation he said with ,
man standing beside the hors withan here? Isn't that what Alaska needs, fatherly sort, of deliberateness.
empty saddle. settlers who bring in their women I ..
'There" be
mineral in that
"Yes," answered Lander in an and children and stay on the land?"
claim. But what is
good a claim .
oddly flattened voice. The intruder "They won't take root," contended '"
: when it's out the .
, on edge'of no- .
- [ could Salaria's father.It .
see, was Sock-Eye. And for
where and road-building costs more
all the darkness I could 'feel some- was then that Salaria presented than your mine could produce?" "The
thing in his stare he' 'me with a surprise. '
accusatory as "Whose mine?" I asked in a slightly -
confronted us. "I can't see," she said, "why a sharpened voice.

"You forgot your horse," Sock- squarehead like Sid Lander should His cool and not unkindly eye con-
Eye explained. be wantin' to swing in with them." sidered me for a moment.
That was all he said. But to met "To swing in with them?" I' "That's a decision, apparently, {t
[ seemed to ,hint I real- echoed. '
carry a as neither you nor I can make. It all
ized we weren't so alone in the "As sure as sundown," proclaimed goes back,to vested rights and tine
world as I'd imagined. Salaria. "That misguided hombre
records. And since we've come together
seems t' feel this'is the biggest thing in this friendly ,way, I don't I
CHAPTER XII that's happened since the Children even want" to talk about it." helps keep me feeling '
0' Israel hit out for 'the Promised "But it will have to be talked
The breakup, this year, meant Land., He thinks it's as dog-goned about," I reminded him. brisk and efficient."
more than the coming of spring to stirrin' as the Pilgrim Fathers' land- "There's been too much of tha*."

Matanuska. Along the railway sid- in' on Plymouth Rock., And he reck- he announced, "especially from Lander -
ing at Palmer great piles of lumber ons it ain't, too late for' the right Are you in love with that ,
were being unloaded. Train after 'man t' step in and git things or- man?", -
: train brought in mountain T"J
a of ma- ganized. f/-rltiutiit
It was plain that he didn't'believein naysBERNICE
chinery and,supplies. Federal engi- "What can he do?" I asked, .wondering -, beating aboutthe: bush.

;! neers in khaki and high-tops went at the small thrill that went "I'm'quite heart free," I ,said, MCRRICK,
about consulting blueprints and driv- through my body. meeting his, side glance without a Registered Nurse
i e i ing stakes and squinting through the- "He can't do nothin'," retorted flicker. 'A big bowlful of Kellogg's Corn

odolites. Then a little'colony of Sam Bryson. "He's' got a fool idee '"You know 'my,daughter's goingto Flakes with some fruit and lots of '
[ tents began to dot the roadside, and ''that 'if them Federal' bureaucrats marry' Lander?" he' finally ob- milk and sugar.
, two or three trim cabins of peeled him field
make manager up here he served.
fj spruce logs'appeared out of no- kin straighten out a tangle that was "So she told me," 'I retorted. '- ')
where. started from the first. He ,"This VITAMINS! ,,
wrong whole mix-up is something .... I s
Tha meant, I was told, the ground contends the whole scheme shouldbe we've both inherited," he asserted, ,% G MINERALS!
I was being laid out ,for the two hundred took out o' the hands o' the War' after another moment of silence. !/ PROTEINS! o
I families to be brought in from
Department and give to practical- His tone, I thought, was more friendly. -
\ the Middle West. minded worker." plus the famous FLAVOR ofKellogg'S
"Neither of us asked for it. And
But nothing seemed ready for that'incoming Corn Flakes that tastes ,
I thought over this on my way there ought'to be some reasonableway fL
army. Not one-tenth of home. I 'was still thinking over it out of it." ,so good sharpens yo'ur appetite, q Copr,

the land was cleared and fit for I as I swung through Palmer: and "What would you suggestI'qui-, makes you want to eat. N } lost by
cropping. There was'no shelter forI stopped for a moment to watch three etly' inquired.I A KclloccCompany

! ,livestock, no homes for,women and CCC workers ,languidly throwing had the feeling of being'weighed

I children. The only solid habitations baggage into ,a, truck backed up to on a pair of invisible scales. .
! appeared,, to be a string of old bunk the railway siding. '
x "I'd suggest that we leave Landerout
t cars which had been pushed down "Look who's here," I' heard a of it," he said, "and 'go at the ----Aisle 01Woman's
r the valley siding. In these the CCC slightly mocking voice observe. 'thing without rancor or prejudice.

workers, were to sleep and eat, like I detected, in that voice, an unpleasant Lander's ,bullheadedness hasn't got
navyies; until a tent colony could ring "of, familiarity: And you anywhere And it won't' get him
be established And three, days later even before I glanced about I knewit anywhere." Dfe) lDs

the toilers themselves'put in an was my soapbox .orator, known as "I've'never had any'cause to question
appearance, a whole trainload of Eric the Red. his loyalty," I asserted.
them, promptly making the quietness Eric swung out from the truck and "Well, I have," was the prompt Suppose you knew that one aisle.of one floor in one store

I of the valley a thing of the came striding along beside me. response. "And if ,you'd fly out to had everything you needed to purchase!

. past. "I don't think you're going to like the Chakitana and actually look over Suppose that on that'aisle you could buy household necessities -,
They were like children turned this valley," he had the effronteryto understand
the ground you'd the situation .
I for bride
loose on a holiday, romping and proclaim. "Something tells smart clothing, thrilling gifts graduate, voy-
I t't's ng g' and ki-yiing; quarreling and you're likely to get what I me goon t "With a whom little better.?" I ,questioned. ager! How much walking that would save! How much time
f trouble and fretful would be spared!
I drinking. the Yukon. "With me," he answered.' shopping you
Sock-Eye, viewing them with a "Is that a threat?" I demanded.. I laughed a little. For I pictured That, in'effect, is what advertisements in this paper can do

morose 'eye, ,reported that they'd "No, it's just a reminder," he said him, in my mind's eye, burying me for you.They bring all the needs of your daily life into review
been raising hell all the way up with a' venomous sort of bitterness: I in one of his test pits, or emulatingthe in one convenient place. Shop from your easy-chair with
from Frisco and Seattle. He fur "You had your innings, and I'm go Wicked ,Uncle of the Babes in the advertisements.,Keep abreast of bargains, instead of chas-
ther announced that the ,first banjo- ing to have mine. And d'you knowwhat's the Wood and leaving me to die in time-and
strumming cheechako who ing them. Spend time in your newspaper to save
made_ a going to happen to you? the unmapped wilderness.I .
crack about:his shooting irons would 'I essayed no: answer to that chat could see his frown at my money in the stores.

get" three ounces of lead in his lenge. But I felt less defenselessas prompt "No, thank you!"

larynx. I noticed 'an open car pounding (TO BE CONTINUED).





A 1Jx 17'c" :

Largest Uncut DiamondThe I'ii. OUR COMIC SECTION I Uncle Art Says: ,,-1', '.:.'/'

IT's a funny world: we ,de-
Vargas diamond, found in mand wisdom in lawyers,
Brazil in 1938 and named in honorof health knowledge, in doctors, fit-,

largest President and uncut at the weighs Vargas diamond.,New,726.69 York is the It 'World's'fair was world's carats.exhibited D I L Events in the lives of Little Men I D DBy -film ness about stars in parents.soldiers; yet. ,we and do beauty nothing. in. : ,.

; I ,don't see why people call money "
three other diamonds ever "
"dough' Dough sticks. .to your "
exceeded it iri size, and all three fingers!
' have been cut. These were the j IIfAULP I Luck always seems. to favor

South African Cullinan diamondof NgVE II III i the man who doesn't rely

3,025.75 carats, the South ,African ONE OFEM II IIguDRMeMaER upon it. _
G Excelsior of 995.20 carats, I I A person who does a lot of -
,'' and the Indian Grand .Mogul, r.luIII talking is bound to be right-
weighing 787 carats. III I sometime. '
Estimates of the value of the OMISE I Some people wake up and find
Vargas stone from $500,000to ME AQE YOU themselves
range : O1JEID famous; but most oas
$1,500,000, depending upon future MAYBE IlL I GIVING ME ? just wake'up and find ourselves late.
conditions of the diamond There are plenty of hitchhikers -
market which is currently'disrupt I f KEEF'EM ALL on the' road to success.

ed by the war.Desirable. MYSELF I I I


'Motion: Embroidered Panel

I Many discoveries have been ac That's Easy to Stitch

cidents-the result of stumbling on! 4 r ( ___ __I' =-;
one thing while searching for an-, -
other. But no one ever stumbled .
while standing still! So we feel i II (I
that unintelligent motion is more
to be desired than intelligent '

standing UosephASPIRIN still.-Ketterly. G 1II 1t4\T -

I I I fob

Fame Not a Property

Fame, we may understand, is
no sure test of merit, but only a
probability of such: it is an acci-

dent, not, a property oVa man.-

Pull the' Trigger on Jai

Lazy Bowels, with

Ease for Stomach, too e' t 1

When constipation brings on acid indigestion -
,stomach upset bloating,dizzy
spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and ,
bad breath, your stomach is probably o +
crying the blues" because your bowels .
don't move. It calls for Laxative-Senna 5M 1
to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels,
combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect
ease to your stomach in fairing.For years, Pattern 2790.
many Doctors have given pepsin preparations .
in their prescriptions to make THIS handsome panel embroid-

medicine,more agreeable, a touchystomach. -. A in wool or silk is fascinating -
So be sure your laxative contains
Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's needlework and adds to the-
Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pep- IAWW beauty of any home. '
6in..See how wonderfully the Laxative T l *
Senna wakes up lazy nerves and musclesin
Pattern 2790 contains transfer
a patternof
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Syrup Pepsin so com-
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what we Intend to buy, and as to the Ii to go pecul-smll-:-*,
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columns of this newspaper perform a E.In Pink-ttfe-, '."
worth while service which saves us Com--

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of consulting the advertisements' every;/ 'J ;; Iff Iti.!;: helped thousands to relieve such,
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knowledge of what is
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the feeling of adequacy. Most of the .--
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r Ac E .VTr.l.TI'I'....'U" ... CLBWISTON NEWS__ FRIDAY APRIL 18. 1941

1 ,
the Associated Press, United Press, were highly' complimentary because S'/fc of S'V1.4 of NW% except one to be levied upon the lands within
Visiting Editors- and of the effort he Here In Southeast corner. Section said District;. for the year 1941.,
Union special made .
Newspaper 9, R.
Western each' t Tff fh8 py'43; Range ?,8. E. I' The.'said budget is now on file and
other agencies' will cover- the' convention to explain thor'oughly' step of The t"assistlsnicnt of"the said property -I may' tie examined at the office of the
: i ('T?: :,'!!: ::: r. .and tour while news photo- the 'sugar.m'anuracture.. under the said certificate issuedwas Secretary of the said District at
(Continued from1" page't17""J'vine !) In the name of Louis Weisman I Clewiston Florida. The' Board of
at 9 m. graphers plan a' complete picture Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Supervisors of Sugarland Drainage
p. according to Jaw, the prop- District will meet at 10 o'clock In
All delegates coming from west coverage. NOTICE, OF INTENTION TO APPLY erty described therein will be sold the forenoon on the 28th day of April
the Mississippi will stop in FOR PASSAGE OF to the highest bidder at the court 1941 at the office of the Secretary
of SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION house door on the first Monday in of the District In Clewinton, Florida,
'Pensac la and from 200 to 250 Engineer Force- the month-','of May, 1941, which is* the for the purpose of hearing objections
expected in this party. Those 5th day of May 1941. and complaints with respect to the
are NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Dated this 10th day of April 1941.. paid budget, and for the purpose of
from the east will join this partyat (Continued from Page 1) at the session of the Legislature of (SEAL) transacting: such other business as
: Jacksonville Monday morning, and all steel surfaces Florida to convene In April 1941, ap-I WILLIAM T. HULL may. properly come before said meetIng -
plication will be made for the passageof Clerk of Circuit Court
April 21, for the 3-day convention below, the water line will be cleaned special or local Legislation, the of Hendry County, Florida. Dated this 8th day of April 1941,

session. and painted. All other structures substance: of wh.lch. -will' be as follows April 11, 18, 25, May 2. BY SUPERVISORS ORDER OF OF THE SUGARLAND BOARD OF.

; An elaborate program has been | have been similarly treatedin AN ACT to Declare, Designate DRAINAGE DISTRICT. .
The work and Establish Certain State Roadsin By F. DEANE DUFF,
: the past two years.
Hendry County, Florida. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO \PPLY Its President
' will be done entirely by the reg- J. O. DAVIDSON, roPECIALFg PASSAGE OF I 239-April 11th and 18th. ,

taking up Just about every minute ular maintenance crews. Chairman Board of County LOCAL LEGISLATION ..
Commissioners of HendryCounty
sessions. Side I .
between convention ', --
;trips from Jacksonville during : April 11-18-25, May 2-9. the 'session of the Legislature cf FOR PASSAGE OF
convention period will take the' Sugar Harvest- Florlda 'to"convene in April 1941. ap- !SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
. plication will be made for the pass-
party to St:'Augustine! and Marine- age of Legislation, the substance of
afternoon and to Jacksonville NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY which will be as follows: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
land one (Continued from Page 1) FOR PASSAGE OP at the session of the Legislature
' Beach'nother.. Dinner to the key men and department SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION of Members Fixing of the Board Compensation Ilf Florida to will convene'in be April 1941. application -

.the': morning of April ,,., : County Commissioners in Coun- of special' made for the passage -
heads. '
editors ":i !':"" NOTICE.. IS HEREBY: GIVEN ,That ties of the State of Florida Hav- the substance of or local Legislation
,24th, 500 'or more visiting Men with from one to fiv6-af-the sess1 lf-of.'the-u'Leglslature of ing a Population of Not Less follows: .which will be as
will become guests of the Florida I bronze Florida to convene in April 1941, ap- Than 5,150 and Not :More Than AN ACT .. Providing for the
service will receive I made for the 5,300, According to the
be taken on years plication will be pass- 1940 Fed- Payment of the Salaries of Members
Press Association..and buttons to be distributed in the age of special or local Legislation eral Census, and repealing .All of the 'School -'Boards In All-
a 7-day: touf the state; including foremen. the substance of which will be as follows Laws In Conflict Herewith.J. Counties of the State of Florida
the various
plantations by .
visits to Gainesville. Ocala, SIlver (I Those who have from five to ten AN: ACT Creating the Office lof Chairman Board O DAVIDSON of County, Than Having 5.150 a Population and Not of More Not Than Less

Springs, Leesburg, Sanlando service will receive silver County Attorney In and For All Commissioners of Hendry 5.300According to the 1940 Federal -
and Orlando, on the first 1, years Counties of the State of Florida County, Florida Census, and Repealing All
Springs, of from ten to ,I April 11-18-25, May 29.
I!buttons and those Having a Populatior of Not T.es Laws in Conflict Herewith.

day. fifteen years gold buttons. The Than 5.150 and Not More Than I co..u_._.__C.; -E. WEAVER.oupeniiienaeni .: .
5,300, According to the 1940 Fed- J u : or
I : Public
the following '
Leaving Orlando two latter groups will receive their eral Census; Providing for the I. ; t t. Instruction of Hendry
morning, the group will be taken I I buttons from the western division Appointment and Election Thereof RE SUGARLAND NOTICE County, Florida.
I ; Prescribing the Duties and April 11-18-25, May 2-9.
to Bok Tower, Cypress Gardens i superintendent, W. C. Prewitt, at Powers of Said Officer; Fixingthe TRICT TAXES FOR Tn'EAR

Plant r.itv.! where they will be "'______u__ co".....;!",.,. Term of Office of Said Officer 1941
.1UWU::>lLt; on "'Cl.LU..1. I
;;;t-ed--b Commlssion-er Nathan 1 and the Compensation to Be
This year the barbecue for white Paid to Said Officer and Repeal-, s NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
Mayo: and shown the world's larg- which fol- Ing All Laws and Parts of Laws i I I In accordance with the provisions of FOR PASSAGE OF
State Farmers' Market. Travel- employees and the dance in Conflict Herewith. Chapter; 18287, enacted at the 1937 SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
est lows will be held In the new sugar J. O. DAVIDSON, Session of the Legislature of the State
ing through Tampa, the party will warehouse instead of on the main Chairman Board of County of Florida and approved by the Gov- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
that night at St. Petersburg.The Commissioners of Hendry ernor of the State of Florida; on May at the session of the Legislature of
floor of the sugar house as in past County, Florida. 20, 1937, the Board of Supervisors of Florida to convene in April 1941 application -
third day will take The barbecue will begin at 2-9. Sugarland Drainage District, a drain- will be made for the passage
April 11-18-25, May i
the Pinellas peninsula with years. age district organized and existing of special or local legislation. ,the
over 7:00: Saturday night and continue under the laws of Florida, and em- substance 'of which will be as follows -
stop for lunch at Clearwater anda this time the bracing lands within Hendry and :
until 8:30. During
visit to the Sponge Exchange at NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Glades Counties, has caused to be An Act providing that there
United States Sugar Corporationband DEED prepared a budget of the debt service shall be no closed season for
Tarpon Springs. Reaching Tampain will furnish the music. At requirements and of the costs of fishing with hook and line in the
the afternoon, they will be (Senate Hill No. 163) maintaining operating all of the waters of Hendry County, Flor-
nine o'clock a dance orchestra will works' and improvements of Sugar- ida.
guests of the Chamber of Com take over for the dance which is NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That land Drainage District and of admin- ELBERT L. STEWART
merce for a tour, and tJe Tampa Archie May, holder of Tax Certificate istering the affairs of the District Representative Hendry County.
witha scheduled to last until one o'clock. No. 96, Issued the 1st day of August generally during the year beginning Mch. 28, Apr. 4, 11,. 18. 25.
Tribune. will honor the party A. D. 1927, has filed same in mY' office on the First day of November, ,
banquet, floor show and dance, and has made application for a and ending on the Thirty-First 1941.\I
Hotel that Kiwanis Members tax deed to be issued thereon. Said October; 1912. Said budget among
at the Tampa Terrace certificate embraces the following described i other things, shows the amount of
evening. I property in .the County of Unit No. 1 Debt Service Tax, Unit i
From Ft. Myers Here Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: I No 2 Debt Service Tax, Unit No 1
Following the Tamiami Trail Maintenance Tax and Unit No. 2
Fourteen acres on east end of I Maintenance Tax
they will visit Sarasota, lunch at per acre' necessary Good FarmLand
------- -
Fort Myers, and arrive in Miami --

the evening of Sunday the 27th. Forty-four Kiwanians from Fort STATEMENT OF ACCRUED REVENUE:: AND EXPENSES '

Monday will be spent in the Greater Myers, headed by former Mayor CITY OF CLEWISTON ,

Miami .area with a wonderful Dave Shapard and Jack Holtz, YEAR: ENDED SEPTEMIJER 30, 1940.' .;. \

"' former Lieutenant-Governor, joinedthe REVENUE .

program provided by local publish local club Wednesday night for Taxes levied --.:.--._-.?-_...--.-..-.-.--.....-..-.--.-..-....--..-.._..-___$7.793.04 '
ers and the city, including supperat Occupational licenses -.-...--.-_________._.-'.:.:.....-:..-.__ 1. 05.50 for Rent
Miami Biltmore and an inter-city meeting.The \ Rentals ._.-__. .-..__ _. I
the many
Interest received ==: ==: -: j Uj ,
shortened =: -- = :=-
other features. Here the party dinner program was Redemption fees := : -=:--:

will divide, one group going to Cuba in order that the group could Miscellaneous --------.--__. .__,..-..--_...-_-. 3.18

and the others continuing the state make a trip through the sugar ) '. '. .' ...J' .
-' \ $19,754.57 .
O. Ward president of Less: : ',..' 1"
tour which will carry; them to house. A.' .
Discounts allowed .... ____ .
short --------- -------- $776.52
Hollywood Beach a.nd Fort Lauder- the Clewiston club, gave a Taxes .
cancelled ._..___.;L27.98 .
-- ------------- --- ; \
dale, then over the new State High- address of welcome and Harold Advertising, cost. .not collected,t __' .:.-_:.' _-_:. :.........,....:..-... .90. 805.40. 1" .

way 26to Clewiston where they Moreland, Fort Myers Violinist, entertained NET REVE1''UE' .... ... : .... '
->----- ;;--:---:..---_.:._.:....___.$ TrespassersWill
will be guests of the, United States with' several selections.: '
Sugar Corporation for a barbecue The group was escorted through Maintenance-streets and bridges _..:...:::._._.:.._' _._______, .._._..__.....__$ 3231.81 .
and special entertainment. That the mill by S. L. Crochet and all+1 Maintenance-parks and parkways .._ .___--:.-._..._.._.::..:.__ 1,528.06 I Be
: 1j j I Equipment operation ...\.__..__...,___?.__.?.:..._:..'--._____. ._ 3,513.71
night they will spend at West Palm i Mowing weeds -.......-----....--.?....-.. --- 3,021.20
Beach. I I Street lighting -.---...-- ..__. _____-__-___----__ 1,114.07 ProsecutedClewiston
...NNMNNNNNNNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..NNNN.. .- .. ..NNN.. .. .._..NI. I Police -.--..-.----.---................._____________.__'.___ 1,579.15 II
The last day of the tour will include Office expense: I.
stops at McKee Jungle Appraisal of' properties --. ---.--.--_____. ..._$ .
y yy Auditing --__.___.______ .. __ 249,61
Gardens, Vero Beach, Cocoa and .nv yy Salary, Deputy Clerk ___..______ _._.=:: 740.00
Daytona Beach, with luncheon, y Rent ..--.-.--__..______...___.____ 600.00 I
:: :: Telephone, electric current, water, 'Ctc. _____ 410.97 2,850.58
cocktail party and supper provided. ; THERE ARE NOT 48 STATES =i Legal and publication __._..__.__:..._. .____ 665.75
:: Garbage and sanitation ___ .' \. _____
From Daytona Beach they will go :: 636.70
; IN THE UNION ; Sidewalks -...:..-....-.___-.:..:----:... ____ 519.26 .
on to Jacksonville to catch trains y y Commissions paid ____.:..:...____;;......:...:...:._-:...._--.:...__ 54.55 And
which will carry them to their ::: Officially speaking, our Un- ::: Bank charges -.-.._.._._______..___ -----:.......-__.---- 4.56 Realty
.. ion of 44 States and + 'Truck license-.___._....;-_...:.. '_. ?..,?_-"'_:..:.....-_?_ 10.00
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respective homes. Insurance -- ;;...___..;..__) --...:.._..::--__._....__... 5.00
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