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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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: VOLUME 15-NUMBER 20. __. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL : 1941. SUBSCRIPTION$2.00 PER YEAR
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I I National Editors Here Tuesday'Harvest With Festival Village Barbecues Began Today I



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Will Be Entertained At AAA Releases New MAY DAY FESTIVAL Group Meets ':r 0 Plan .I Last Car of Cane Was


Barbecue Given Sugar Cane Acreages New Baseball LeagueA I Dumped At 1:00 On

OF NATIONS TO BE
By U.S.S.C.The I Thursday

The Agricultural Adjustment Ad- group of men from Belle
ministration this week gives public GIVEN THURSDAYThe Glade, Pahokee and Clewiston met -.
City of Clewiston and the The last-car of for
sugar cane
release to the proportionate share Wednesday night in Belle Gladeto
United States Sugar Corporationwill acreages for the sugar season of make plans for a Lake or a I the 1940-41 season was dumped into -
be hosts on Tuesday of next 1941-42 to growers in the Florida entire school is hard at work. Lake Coast baseball league of four the hopper at the sugar house
week to between three and five Everglades. These figures representthe on the May Day program which clubs this summer.
before o'clock Thursday
shortly one
hundred men and wo-
newspaper acreage of cane each grower will be presented on the school Peter Chagaris of Clewiston. pre-
tour of the state which afternoon and a large number of
men on a
will be permitted to harvest for campus next Thursday afternoon, sided at the meeting and was elected -
follows the fifty-sixth annual con- processing into sugar during the May 1, starting promptly at two I temporary president of the new employees were on hand to witnessthe

vention of the National Editorial next season which is a certain per- I o'clock. Mrs. Mary Baker, junior league. Sandy Bell was elected event. Processing of this last

Association which was held in centage' of the total acreage. The 'high teacher, has charge of the temporary secretary. car is expected to. be completed

Jacksonville Wednesday on of Monday this ,week.Tuesdayand operators and their. acreage sharesare I program but every member of the Teams from the three towns sometime tonight thus ending
as follows: faculty is assisting.In represented will be in the league

Newspapers in forty or more U. S. Sugar Corporation, 20,469.6; the event of inclement weather I and. it is planned to try and geta another most successful sugar; sea-

states of the Union were represented Everglades Sugar Plantation,' Inc.,' the program, will 1 be postponedfor team from the migratory camp son.
at the convention and thegreater R. W. Turk Belle Glade. Should this fail Production figures were not
177.1; Luther Jones} 133.2; W. R. one day, Principal near
number of these representatives Hooker, 178.8; C. H.. Berner, 29.5; announced this morning.The an East Coast team will be invited available this morning and officials -
planned to take the state t
Jacksonville Harley Watson, 104.3; R. M. program is known as the to enter.It of the United States Sugar
tour which left yesterday -
Bishop, 35.4; J. E.;. Beardsley, 67.1; May Day of Nations. The May is planned now to have the Corporationstated that none
morning aboard a fleet of '
I J. M. Couse, 35,1; R. E. Kurtz, Queen wishes to further the cause opening games on l\Iay"18 and con- would be released probably before
buses chartered from the Florida.
will arrive in 271.7;' T. B. Adair, 25.5; John of world friendship and invites the tinue play through September 14 Monday ofnext.. week. That pro-
Motor Lines. They
Miami and there Tiedtke, 285.1 ; J. E. Frierson, 57.1; King of Nations to join with her Only Sunday games will be played duction figures will surpass, considerably -
night
Sunday leave
for break- L. E. Farnam, 25.7; Hugh Mc- in arranging a good-will festival.A and instead of requiring a roster of the best, previous season,

fast early Tuesday the morning Beach Ho- Kean, 39.3; Ruth 'S. Wedgeworth, friendship committee is appointed players at' the opening of the sea- that of 1938-39,' is assured for the
at Hollywood
tel and then a drive over Road 26 10.0; A. N. Kennedy, 10.0; T. W. by the King composed of the"goodwill" son the roster will be left open. whistle at the sugar house on Tues-

to Clewiston.Here Weeks. 10.0; R. 'Y., Creech, 10.0; ambassadors from the Teams are required to appear in day of last week blew to' indicate
Glen H. Williams, 10.0John; ,C. several countries. Each ambas- full uniform. that the record mark had just been
the United States ,Sugar Hall, 10.0; L. R. Yates, 10.0; Kruse sador brings a group of delegatesand Grass is growing well on the reached.In .

Corporation will entertain them Bros., 10.0; C.. A. Revels, 10.0 ; E. as the Queen is crowned these new local diamond and work or' the plantation villages today

with a barbecue of molassesfedbeef R. Mackey, 10.0; Shore Acres groups of delegates present dances the infield is almost complete. It and tomorrow the field workers,

after a rest stop at the Clew- Plantation, 10.0; J. F. Royal, 10.0; I and drills emblematic of their is hoped that the field will be who laid 'aside their cane knives
iston Inn. The barbecue is to beheld G. 10.0 W. H. ready for the opening here.,
B. McDuffie. ; Jayne: country. The children of the game Wednesday will join in the harvest
at the new sugar warehouse. 10.0.Mrs.. A meeting of local players and
seventh and eighth grades wind the end festivities and the harvest:
They will be taken on a tour of
those interested is called for Tues-
May Pole to conclude the
program. festival will be concluded with the
Townsite Village, to the sugar house day night at the old city hall.
Jones Has Narrow Elected the student dance for the white
and possibly to, the cattle fatteningpens by body as barbecue and
Queen and King are' Margaret Von employees Saturday night.
at the old dairy west of town.If .
time permits they will also be Escape -Jacksonville. Mach and Sam Lang. The maids Kiwanis Club Hears Clarence R. Bitting, president of

driven to the levee for a .look at are Edna Leitner, Gloria McDuffie, the corporation, and Jay W. Mo-
the lake, the hurricane gate and Louise. Roath, Beulah Guthrie; Talk By W. J. Sheely ran, vice-president and general
c ''' MrsH.. C. JonpsJiar, a narrowr Ambassadors Junior Waters,
; : are
ll'governrtrtjnf""';''lifVctr. Followingthe manager, left early_ this: morningfor
visit, here the: group -will ,return escape from death while on, a Aaron Knight, ,Charles Turner and W. J. Sheely-, -'agent- in animal Azucar where they 'will: enjoy

around the lake to Belle Glade business 'trip to Jacksonville' last Paul Pullen; Pages are Terrel Ca- husbandry for the University of the ''Eastern Division field events

and into West Palm Beach for the week when the rear of a sedan in son and Billy Broadfoot; Crown- Florida ,Extension Service, madean and barbecue and present awards

night. The next day they will return which she was riding with Mrs. bearer is Orbi Luke; Train bearers interesting impromptu talk on and service medals to a numberof

to 'Jacksonville. Caroline A. Massey was demolished are Thomas Walton and Larry' Wednesday night at the regular workers and members of their

The choral group will !sing .at by a huge semi-trailer which Davis; Flower Girls are Diane weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club. families. There are only three
the Townsite Recreation Hall and overturned on it. The accident is Mathis, Emma Jane Ezelle, Elisa LieutenantGovernorHoffman of villages in the Eastern division and

the United States Sugar Corporation said to have occurred Friday. I Mueller, Joan Harris and Helen Coral Gables was scheduled to be all three join together at Azucar

concert band will play during the Mrs. Massey was driving east on I Espenlaub. Nearly every other the guest of the club that evening for the annual barbecue. Their
barbecue luncheon. child in school will participate in field events are started early in the
Beaver Street and stopped behinda but failed to appear and when Mr.
Unfortunately the tour comes string of cars at a red light. A the dances, songs and drills. Sheely, in the area on business, morning and are concluded that day.

just at the close of. the sugar big truck and semi-trailer, belong The first grade, group will rep- came to Clewiston for, the night in In the Western Division, where

harvest season and a tour of the ing to the Atlantic Fruit: and Sup- resent Holland, the second grade order to make his Kiwanis attend- the villages are more numerous,

sugar house to see the actual mak- ply Company of Orlando came up Japan, the third grade Hawaii, the ance, lie was pounced upon at one central barbecue is almost

ing of sugar will not be possible. behind the Massey car and failedto fourth and fifth grades America, once by the program committee.His impossible so each village has its
Dismantling and cleaning operationswill stop in time. The driver Spain and Denmark', the sixth grade talk was chiefly on the barbecue and preliminary '- field

probably be started as soon swerved to the left in an attemptto Scotland and the seventh and cattle fattening experiments whichare events.' The winners in these field

as the last sugar is sacked tonight. miss the car but the trailer, eighth grades England. being conducted in Clewistonby events from each village vie with

However it is expected that the loaded with 11 tons of apples, the sugar corporation in whichhe each other Saturday morning at

group will be shown about the overturned, crushing the rear of the Scouts At District said that he, and every cattle Townsite athletic field for, final

sugar house grounds, possibly givena car. Mrs. Jones was riding on the man of the. state, was very much honors.

view of the ground floor and a front seat;' the two Massey children ,'Meeting TuesdayA interested. He also defended the I Starting tomorrow (Saturday)

,. speaker will explain the manufac- who had been riding on the back program of deer killing for the night at seven o'clock .the barbecue

ture of raw sugar. seat, had gotten out at school justa eradication of the cattle fever for white employees, office person-

I Arranged on tables at the sugar few minutes before the accident large group of Boy Scouts I tick. He said that except for the nel and department heads ,will ,beheld

warehouse, where they will be givento occured. from the Clewiston troop with their small area .in Hendry County the at the big new sugar ware-

any of the editors desiring them, The truck driver fled from the Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmasters state was now tick free and the house. This is contrary to customof

will be small packages of Dixie scene and at last reports had not troop committeemen and 'visi- few deer still existing' threatened the past when it was held in

Crystal sugar, a joint of cane been located. Damage to the car tors attended the second meeting of to handicap a rapidly growing south the afternoon and the location is

wrapped in cellophane and various was estimated at $500 and to the the newly created Glades-Hendry Florida industry. If they are not also changed from the main floorof
pamphlets, booklets and other literature -
truck about $250. district in Moore Haven Tuesday killed he predicted a quarantine the sugar house. The barbecuewill
descriptive of the'sugar in- line would be established by Geor- during
night. The LaBelle and Felda last until eight-thirty
Mrs. Massey suffered a back in-
dustry. Most:: of the corporation
Continued jury and Mrs. Jones a sprained troops were also well represented.Each gia and Alabama at the Florida which time the United States Sugar
( on Page
8) line that cattle could not be.
his so Corporation band will give a con-
back which necessitated her pro- boy and visitor took ,r
shipped out of the state. scheduled to
cert. This concert is
longing her visit in Jacksonville.To own meat which was barbecuedover
Dr. Inglis To Preach Following Mr. Sheeley's talk J. dance
when
last until nine o'clock a
add to her bad luck she com- an open fire near the Moore
'E. Beardsley gave a report on the orchestra takes over to play for
tracted a touch of ptomaine from Haven athletic field. Under the
Here Next SundayDr. recent meeting of the State Chamber -
that night.
the dance
ice cream shortly after the acci- flood lights on the field the boys -
of Commerce agriculture com- of the
The great floor space new
dent: enjoyed various scout games and
mittee 'here.Colored. warehouse will accommodate a
Robert Scott Inglis, who conducted contests. The pillow fight on the house
the
services last Sunday at the Two White DrafteesTo greased pole was outstanding. At larger crowd than sugar
safe that even
the supper the Moore Haven troop Ball Team floor and it is to say
Church will
Community again occupy -
for this,
will be crowded
buns this space ,
the
the pulpit next'' Sunday April Leave On served pickles and with
,
MondayJames events of the
of the biggest
ClewistonA one
27. Because the choir had selected barbecued meat and coffee and root To Play Crowds from
year in the 'glades.,
and sang for the Offertory im- beer were served. lake community and from

mediately preceding the sermon, M. Powell, a volunteer of Following the supper the group group of colored professional bots every coasts come here each yearto
"Eye Hath Not Seen" from Gaul's LaBelle and Ned Guy of LaBelle assembled in the high school gym- baseball players on a barnstormingtour attend the sugar house dance

"Holy City" Dr. Inglis put aside will leave Monday from the local 'nasium for a Court of Honor pre of Florida will ,play an exhibition -. and it is reasonable to assume

his prepared sermon, and preached draft office for the army induction sided over by John Shutt, assistant game at Clewiston's Townsite that this year will not be an excep-
from the same scriptural text in station at Fort Barrancas, Pensa- scout executive of Fort Myers. Village Sunday afternoon at 2:30. tion. The dance will end at one
2nd Chapter of 1st Corinthians. cola, filling the last call for 'white Second class advancements were The United States Sugar Corpora- o'clock.

Many of the audience who had the men from. Hendry County for given Roy Townsend, Council tion is presenting the team for the

privilege of hearing Dr.: Inglis, April. Green, L. J. Nobles and Royce entertainment of both colored and ,
NEW: UNIFORMS
charmed by his eloquence, agreed Odell Curry of LaBelle and Randall of LaBelle and Bruce white employees but everyone: Is
that nothing better has been heardin Robert Beuford Archer of Clewis- Beardsley of Clewiston. First class invited. Admission is free.

this church. Mrs. Inglis ac- ton are named as alternates and badges were given Billy Andrews The team advertises itself as a The Clewiston Volunteer Fire

companied the Doctor, and they returned one of these will go if anything Milton Bows and Ralph Hendersonof major league baseball club in rags Department appeared at regular
immediately after servicesto should happen to prevent either 'ot LaBelle and Nick Schiffli of and bags with a laugh in every' practice Tuesday afternoon wear-

,Bartow, where he preached on the, others going to camp. Clewiston. Merit badges were won play, They will play another visit- ing their new uniforms. These
Sunday evening. They will leaver There will be one negro sent from by Oliver Martinez in interpreting, ing team called the. West Indian are simply white coveralls on the
, for Newark, where Dr. Inglis was the county on May 2. carpentry, woodwork, by Richard Royals, champions of the British back of which is the fire fighter's
for 35 years a pastor, on Monday, Hanna in handicraft by Bobby West Indies. While the playerswill symbol in red and black and the

,4 I ,delaying their departure from Florida Bids for the construction of the Broadfoot in mechanical drawing, clown a great deal as they name of the Clewiston Volunteer
to again come to Clewiston, eight mile link on state road No. by Nick Schiffli In safety and bj play it is said that some very good Department. The name of the

qt:.,. where they have' enjoyed their, 500 north of Steinhatchee River Sherwood Hall in personal! health baseball is also ,shown? by the two member is embroidered over the
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4'G. I Battling Babies I :THE- CHEERFUL CHERUB..


I like to Fish lvt

To the majority of baiting hooks." '
American children Satur-

G R E N day night means dunking.To Just hurts my over-

(y the 2,500 boys who be- I WNU F.rvlr tender he: ..rt.

Washington, D. C. long to Kips Bay Boys' i Y ; Innocent Bystander: I'd rather have some
club in New York, Satur-
The Front Matsuoka's let '
Pages: body else.
FRANCES PERKINSFor 'means battle. N .
night
day h ters home from Berlin and Rome
'a long time Secretary of La. Do Ul the
The boxer with the highest can't be very cheery. Kokumin, a re: Jly
bor Frances Perkins seemed un
aware of her unpopularity. But number of points gets a Tokyo rag, admits that with the Soviet cruel p' .rt..
watch. Age 6 to 21. Union and the U. S. sitting
In recent months it apparently range up '("'
dawned on her. To give the Presi- This series of pictures to take notice "Japan at present is

dent freedom of action to replaceher takes to the club. facing a situation where no optimism
you
is warranted" But Walter Du-
(a degree of sincerity in marked A *
certain of her former Right: This little fellowis ranty, now in Tokyo, doubts that the Y
contrast to
loaded for bear. The Bolos will get their feet wet. Russia -
her resIg-
colleagues), she tendered
nation, but for weeks he failed to gloves they use are well he cabled the Times, is still regarded -

act on it. padded, so, except for a as "the biggest of the terri WNU Service.
fied neutrals" Mates of a local
His failure to name a successor bloody nose or two, no
editor who the Nazi
cannot be attributed to lack of ma- damage is possible. highlights gains

terial.ers of Three proven top-notch ability New have Deal-I'i _. ..... ....,',,", """" "'W':" Britain and smothers, have labeled the good him news the Berlin from TIPS

available-Solicitor General Francis censor It's a curious thing
about the death of the Lone Ranger.
Biddle, who was chairman of the
GardenersGARDENS
Even the that carried it
original national labor board; William papers on
their Page Ones emphasized that
H. Davis, vice chairman of the
national defense mediation board, Earle Graser's death would be kept
secret!
who has had extensive experience in

the ,labor field; and Mayor Fiorello OF QUALITY
LaGuardia of New York. The Ethics of the Week: Colum-
q fr iGY% nists are calloused from the wrist-
*' THERE have been changes in
spankings administered by their
FDR PAYS STIMSON HIGH years in garden practices -:
betters
who heckle their "ethics" that are worth reporting.
PRAISE You can imagine what one columnist Gardeners
half Franklin formerly allowed vege-
Through a century
was thinking about when he
Roosevelt and Henry L. Stimson tables to grow as large as possible.
: saw published in some ethical jour-
have differed on almost everything Ap ): This procedure gave. a higher
nals the
photos and stories of a Brit-
political. But at the Gridiron din- yield in pounds, but very often it

ner, Roosevelt paid his Republican : Y j :...: :i ish Harbor warship for surgery that' limped. It into was N.only Y. lowered the quality of vegetables.
secretary of war one of the finest Some vegetables, of course, like
week before
that the Navy Depart-
tributes he has ever given anyonein tomato, must be mature to be pal-
ment sent a letter to all newspapers,
life. atable; but carrots, cucumbers,
public
The suffering people of the world, ? columnists, radio broadcasters, et beets, summer. squash, turnips,
al omit
i21k them to
urging kindly men-
faith in their radishes, and others are more ten-
he said, must keep Iii jtf tion of, naval vessels in the interestof
democratic ideals and in their hope der and tasty when not much
national defense It certainlyis
for peace.It to be assumed that British war- more than half grown. _
was in this connection that the : Gardeners are ,finding that it is
since this Gov-
ships included
are ,
President paid his tribute to his Re- : kp ernment is committed to "aid Eng- wise to plant oftener than once or
of Mr. Stim- twice a year, to maintain a
publican secretary war. regu-
IiIIMEI land short of war" -. Just whom
son, he said, had never lost faith. lar supply of proper-sized vege-
were these ethical editors trying to
the world first tables. Gardens more enjoyable r
In 1931, when was prove -
scoop-those unethical rascals, the
beginning to plant the seeds of the and more profitable when ,
columnists?
present war, (when Japan invaded gL. successive plantings of favorite

Manchuria); it was Stimson who crops are made every two or three
registered the first protest against Notes of a New Yorker: weeks, providing garden-fresh

'an aggressor nation. History, the The gladiators are shown here weighing in for the bouts. Weights Mickey Mouse, the star of "Fan- vegetables for the table over a

'President said, would vote Stimsonan from 50 pounds to 135 pounds. tasia" and other epics, had a handin long season.It .
everlasting debt for keeping faith range that coup d'etat which put the boy- is also true that few gardeners -

and working for the principles of King Peter on the Jugoslav throne today save flower seeds. Fine

peace. A Mickey Mouse comic strip flowers growing in the home gar-
(depicting the adventures in a myth- den often are cross-pollinated by

ZAPP IN HAVANA ical kingdom) was banned by the others of the same species, mak-
,
Dies committee investigators have 'g'v r censor from the Belgrade newspaper ing flowers grown from their seed

uncovered the interesting fact that "Politika" in Dec. '1937 because it inferior, and untrue.

Jr.' Manfred Zapp, head of the Nazi was felt that Mickey's adventures

,Trans-Ocean News Service, was so- tyrr I too closely approximated the situation

cially active during the PanAmerican between the boy-King and his A VEGETABLE

conference in Havana last year.REFUELING ousted uncle, Prince Regent Paul
'-
According to the strip, the evil Laxative

BARGES IN uncle of the boy-King Mickey was t .
MIDATLANTICThe plotting to seize the throne by or- 11 / For Headache,

navy has been making some ganizing a military conspiracy designed ,rtaco Biliousness,

careful studies of how to carry out to put him in power The oWA and Dizziness

Roosevelt's promise of a bridge of stench created by the banning'of the when caused yConstipation.

ships across the North Atlantic to strip, and the subsequent expulsionof K .
One the N. Y. Times correspondentHubert
carry supplies to England. re-
15 doses for
sult is, a unique plan for anchoring Harrison (for writing an unfavorable -
flat-bottomed scows or barges in story about it) gave Brit- m only 10 cents

mid-Atlantic to serve as refueling 't .... .%o''':GGrenxeabalir/rv,. ,...:..:..:n:. ain her first clue to the-pro-Nazi

depots for airplanes.The :: iy a:.J.'l.tif! tri(vi,.: ..: .. : ...:.,.:,,rs.' .;?} ,,, '' s sympathies of Paul, From thenon 1
;
plan is not yet perfected, and British diplomacy knew how to
still awaits higherup approval. But act, culminating in the Big News of

' here are details of the revolutionaryidea. /n a the overthrow in Jugoslavia.

All in SilenceA
British experience in the North We spoke of a French Air Force scolding wife can say endless

Atlantic has shown that scouting- : %: 49yg 144'pG' Captain the other day. He was deported disconcerting things, and she hitsor
bombing planes are the most effec- to Canada so he could get silent
misses; but a woman
tive protection for merchant vessels. back to Britain and fly against the everything.-H. G. Wells.

Planes can sight an undersea boatat ,; /r, t i: r//nr Nazis again. He writes: "Dear Mr. says
a far greater distance than a sur- !A r r="'/atirl/r r" Winchell: I learned how you and

face vessel, then drop depth bombson friends intervened for me. I will be
it. in Canada tomorrow and back on :fist

| Chief problem is the refueling of the 'right side' of Europe soon to CHOICE 1 .

these planes. Expensive aircraft help settle our account with Mr. Hit- Aul'U'aR$ _''-.m' I

I carriers, requiring three years to r'fI ler and his gang. It took me a W!tie

build,, cannot be used as airplane over three months and a half to succeed -
Influence of Absence
bases in mid-Atlantic. They are too E but it's done now. Just-think. Absence diminishes little
.easy targets for submarines. I left occupied Paris December 10thI! pas-
sions and increases great ones, as
However, the flat-bottomed scow After a round trip via Marseilles,
wind extinguishes candles and
does not have sufficient depth into Casablanca Martinique Miami,
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fans fire. La Rochefoucauld.
p ,, a -
be for submarine. New within 250
fc water a target a York, etc. to get
] Furthermore, in the relatively P? ,4 miles from Paris. A little detour of

storm-free summer months, flat-bot- over 7,000 miles. Traveling under
tomed barges would experience little the rules of 'The New Order' is no fEMALEPAINWITH

trouble from weather. They wouldbe cinch. I have had plenty of time to

subject to attack from the ,air, enjoy my Winter cruise. Forty-five WEAK, CRANKY
but on the other hand each wouldbe days between Miami and New Yorkis
Director John his
Upper right: McCrory gives one of gladiators NERVOUS FEELINGS-
quite record for aviator.
defended its a any
by own scouting
last-minute instructions. Below And here the who suffer of Irregular -
: is one of encounters. You women pain
and if it the Thanks for everything. Capt. Jean
planes, were sunk; cost periods and are nervous,cranky
of replacement would be insignifi- Two mosquito weights are belting away in the center of,the ring. d'Ary, Dominion'Aeronautical Ass'n, due to monthly functional disturbances
E. Pink-
should find Lydia
cant.Whether Ottawa. ham's Vegetable Compound simply
the barges and their accompanying marvelous to relieve such annoying

planes would be con- L. Lochner, chief of the Associated symptoms.Pinkham's:'. Compound Is made

structed for use under the British 9 Y Ye wr; Press in Berlin, is sizzling at the especially for women to help relieve

flag, or whether the United States / Nazzy Press Corps. Because they help such them distressing go smiling feelings thru and such thus

would risk its own planes that far at forbid foreign newsmen to file stories "difficult days."Over 1.000,000 women

sea has not yet been determined. Butit in the eve'g but permit radio reporters have-WORTH reported TRYING remarkable I Any drugstore.benefits.

is known that the navy has the to broadcast at any time .

scheme, under consideration. Add "The Bigger They Are the Nicer
'
They Are" stories: Paul Robeson
WHEN YOU WANT ffiE
BRIDGE OF SHIPS
dropped into Cafe Society Uptownand
Any big move to aid Britain on enjoyed Jack Gilford's amusing THAT NEXT JOB OF 111111

the sea in cargo ships will be a big stuff. The comic had to leave hur-

boon to the American railroads. Forit riedly after his performance and

is quietly planned to give the Brit- | '; Robeson got no, chance to congratulate PRINTINGLet

ish the large fleet of freighters operating I 4 him Robeson, however,
between the Atlantic and waited for the next show, two hours

Pacific seaboards. / '- ti 4i later, merely to shake Gilford's paw

These total 113 ships, averaging Can you imagine some Broad- I Let Us Show You
around 7,000 tons. Last year they i! way hams doing that? Coney

transported 7,000,000 tons of frefght Islanders expect the Parachute Jump What We Can Do
between the two coasts. Rail haul- i (formerly at the Fair) to be the big-

age across the continent was over gest attraction Steeplechase Park 0
1,000,000,000 tons and the carriers The winnah Referee McCrory Post-Ivor After a frolic in the ever had A Senator now insists

have advised the government that holds up the hand of a winner, club pool, the erstwhile foes meet that Hitler doesn't worry him If you prefer, send the

they can handle the additional i who leaps into the air to acknowledge in the locker rooms and resume re That's not surprising. Hitler never order'by raail or bring

amount without.. difficulty. ) the plaudits of clubmates. lotions where they left off. worried Laval, either. xtlo the office in person.



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doctor's telephone whenhe T L. : '
rang -- / .L .
1 was trying to go to sleep. The
caller was in a wild state of alarm.
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"My wife, doctor!" he shouted. When running rods through your To keep down the cost of operat- "

eh 4U "It's her appendix. You'd better ;turf ains put a thimble on the end ing a mechanical refrigerator it is '

4.4u come round quick." of the rod. It will run through important to watch the frost on .' ,

"Keep her quiet in bed," said more easily. the cooling unit and defrost as "

the doctor, "and I'll come around often as it is necessary.
tomorrow. She hasn't got appen- For best results in painting a S *

dicitis." new brick wall, use a paint made Never scrape kitchen utensils

The husband became e'ven'wild :with a Portland cement base. It with a knife. Use ,a stiff brush

er, however, insisting that the doc' comes in powder form and is dipped in scouring-powder to remove -
tor should coma at once. mixed with water. stains and burns.

"Look here," said the doctor at ,'. ;. r

last, "you know that I took out If short of eggs when making Nut meats may be, 'removed

her appendix three years ago, and 'scrambled eggs for the gang, adda from the shell without breaking

w 'BAKED nobody has! two appendixes." tablespoon of fine bread or the kernel, if hot water is, pouredover

"Ever heard of anybody havingtwo cracker'crumbs for each egg shortup the nuts and allowed to re-

wives?" asked the husband:: to half eggs', 'and half crumbs. main '.through the :.night.
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NEW DDmAS Delicious, down on
if=e
the TOrm. nourishing...

=; saves time...saves work..savesmoney.

By RUTH SPEARS order; today; from

PASTE PLAIN FABRIC stand is cemented in place in a your grocer.

INSIDE AND FIGURED way that you may find useful in

'p p OUTSIDE WITH o O making many other things. The
STIFF secret is in spreading the cement
e
PASTE
AMERICAN TRADITION! evenly on both surfaces, letting it 9'Ii

(See Recipe Below) dry, and then vulcanizing the two .
together!= with the heat of the press-
CHURCH SUPPER THOUGHTS '" -SPREAD ing iron.
THIS WEEK'S MENU CUT : RUBBER CEMENT *
CARDBOARD 'ON BOTH SIDES OF NOTE: Why not put away Winter thingsall
Cock a weather at the next
eye TO FIT EDGES AND THE"BACK nicely mended? It will be grand to
social event on your list. 'Tis a Supper, for ,Fifty OUTSIDE OF BIAS get them ,out in perfect order next Fall.
church supper, you say? Mmmm HAT TAPE-LET DRY Mrs. Spears' Book 2 shows you how to do 1
AND THEN PLACE
one of those delightful affairs Deviled Beans in Buttered CROWN TAPE OVER EDGE the most professional, kinds of mending,
Noodles AND PRESS WITH as well as every day household mending.
that simply wouldn't be missed!
JOIN END A WARM IRON There is a simple quickly made zipper
I know of fondest 'Perfection SaladHo't GUMMED TAPE
one my WITH bag for five garments in SEWING Book # -1' '
memories is the home town church Rolls or Boston Brown Bread 6. Send order to:

supper, always famous for' its food, Fruit Whip FEMININE headgear usually
1 House rolls and holds its shape best if it rests
Parker
especially MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
Coffee Tea Milk
tt'e
'yl. baked beans. right side up on a stand that fits Drawer 10

., i Perhaps you are one who thinksof Recipes Given. inside the crown, but this is not i I Bedford Hills New York
true of a man's hat. Its dashing
beans as a plain or ordinary dish Enclose 20 cents for Books 2 and 6.
and water for five minutes. lines may be preserved by plac-
for that reason, hesitate to Add 2% it down in holder. Name ...............................
serve them at a dress-up affair. If cups mild vinegar, 10 tablespoons ing upside a
) lemon 10 All of which is worth remembering Address ............................ One Heart and Mind
you are, I think I can help you juice, cups boiling water,
change your mind, for properly pre- 2& cups sugar, and five teaspoonssalt. when you are fixing up, "his" Let us, then, fellow-citizens, unite
pared baked beans are a delight Stir until dissolved and set closet or even when you are gen- with one heart and one mind. Letus

which deserve a place in the top in a cool place. When mixture be- erously preparing to share a small Desperate FeudThe restore to social intercoursethat

flight of fine cooking.If gins to stiffen, add five cups finely corner of your own. Tewksbury-Graham feud, harmony and affection with-
'' The man's hat box shown here which raged in Gila Ari- out which liberty and life itself
you are rushed for time and shredded cabbage, five cups diced county, even -
can't bake your own beans, there celery, 10 finely chopped pimientosand is covered on the outside'with ma- zona, between ,,1887 and 1892, was are'but dreary things.-
are always the 30 small sweet pickles, choppedfine. roon and blue cotton print and the most desperate fight of its Thomas Jefferson. '
W=!=::: canned varietiesat Pour mixture into shallow pans lined with blue chambray. The lid kind in the history of the West.

your grocer's. that have been rinsed with cold wa and the front of the box are hinged Starting with a dispute over stolen

Their meal-in-a- ter. When "set," cut into squares with adhesive tape before the cov- cattle, it quickly involved all the OWN YOUR HOME

minute possibilities and place each square in a lettuce, ering is pasted on with stiff paste. men and boys in three large fami-
shouldn't be cup and top with mayonnaise. You The stand is made of cardboard, lies and numerous ,friends, all of O Complete plans and specifications at
nominal cost. Designed to withF.
, : overlooked. And will need 5 or 6 large heads of let- as shown ,in the sketch, ,and, is whom, with one exception, were .H.A. requirements. The comply leading con-

:k t' a then, too, they're tuce for 50 servings. covered to match the box. The killed. In some of their battles as tractors For use compUtt our services.information urriti

It. a "feast for the Fruit Whip. maroon bias tape edging of the many as.20 men fought on a side. SOUTHERN PLAN SERVICERoom
""" least"- 217, Zander Bldg., 1000 P'lrta St..Atlanta,Ca.
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1 quart:''fruit pulp ,
i To be really different "
you may 1
:, want to experiment with quart sugar
seasonings
, E tI') until you develop an individual flavor 4%egg whites lemon juice F ASK ME A Quiz With Answers Simple Adversity

; ri.-: in the canned product. It'sri cup ? Adversity is sometimes hard
amazing the variety of "taste Put fruit pulp, sugar and unbeaten Offering Information upon a man; but for one man

treats" you can achieve.An egg whites into a mixing bowl ANOTHER on Various SubjectsThe who can stand prosperity, there
adaptation of one ofthese "taste and beat 'until stiff. Chill. Serves are a hundred that will stand ad-

d' I treats" is featured in this week's 50. (In this quantity, dessert whips -. versity.Carlyle.Spray .

'; church supper menu suggestions.Here should be made with a power beateror Questions The Answers
it is: mixing machine).
.
Deviled Beans in Buttered Noodles. 1. Which science has been called 1. ,Economics.
Supper over what next? Enter-
(See Picture at Top of Column) ,
tainment, of course. Half the suc- the dismal science? 2. Thomas A. Edison.
; 2 No. 10 beans 10 No. 2
cans
or
cans
8 of fat cess of a party lies in the "after- 2. Whose inventions made the 3. Its body is covered with a
ounces
dinner" program. motion picture an accomplishedfact mucus, constantly secreted by "
1 pound chopped onions with "Black Leaf 40. One ounce
14-ounce bottles catsup And why not a radio party? Ar- ? special glands, which minimizesthe makes six gallons of effective aphis spray.
3A brown range the stage to represent a 3. What makes a fish so slip- friction between its body and Use "Black Leaf 40" on aphis leafhop.
pound
sugar pers, leaf miners, young sucking bugs: ;
broadcasting studio with micro- ? the water.
pery
8 ounces horseradish lace bugs, mealy bugs and most thrips
1 ounce saltteaspoon phones, clocks and other radio para- 4. What is the explanation 4. According to the U. ,S. weather wherever found on flowers, trees or

; % pepper phernalia.The sun 'dogs? bureau, this term, applied to a shrubs or garden crops. tut
tables where guests are seat- 5. In what naval battle did Cleopatra form of halo around the sun, is Tobacco By.Products&
Heat the fat. Add onion and cook Chemical Corporation
until slightly browned. Add remain- ed should represent the radio stations figure? caused by the refraction of sun- locorponted,
ta bvai. at.M .gr
ing ingredients and heat thoroughly. of the American 6. How far is a pitcher's box light by myriads of tiny sixsidedice .

Serve in a bed of buttered noo- -' Network .". from home plate? crystals floating in the upper ttOOKtQit.TfltiiAFy; : (-
dles. Makes 50 servings. S a table for each 7. ''Who discovered radio waves? atmosphere. ON"iNt'TAtKAGi;

I ,..' state of the Un- 8. In Oliver Wendell Holmes' fa- 5. .Actium.

:: Because cooking in quantities does ion. Each one mous poem, how long did the wonderful 6. Sixty feet five inches.
should be marked one horse shay run beforeit 7. Heinrich Hertz. Lost or Won
present problems, it's best to plana
menu of foods that can be easily 'by its call letters collapsed? 8. One hundred years. The next dreadful thing to a

prepared and served. Guess we all (MINN for Min- 9. In ancient mythology Cerberus 9. A dog which guarded the battle lost is a battle won.-Wel-
nesota, MASS for what? gates of Hades. lington.
agree on that. So, with this in mind, was
Massachusetts, etc.) and each
here
that will -- ---- ---
are recipes complement -
one appropriately decorated-miniature
your very important main
: dish: orange grove for California,
Perfection Salad. wheat field for North Dakota, ma- THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOUr
ple sugar trees for Vermont
Soak 10 tablespoons of a
gelatin
large pot of baked beans for Massa- .
(five envelopes) in 2t
% cups cold chusetts f ;BJ
apple orchard for Oregon,
dairy scene for Wisconsin, planta- $ '
tion scene for Virginia, etc. M 4 :
LYNN SAYS: : n.
Guests are seated at the table rep- ? Y4I
,
resenting their birthplace.' (This will ,
numbers When planning meals for large work wonders in mixing up your

crowd).
DO' try to determine as nearlyas If each group is small, several
possible the number of peopleto states may be combined into one

be served, as it is more eco- station, such as Station NEG (New

nomical to have no leftovers England group), or Station NWG
this is, of course, if only one (Northwest group).
meal is to be served. A master of ceremonies, dressedto

DO have a well-balanced menu. represent Uncle Sam, invites all
Too much variety will result in stations to tune in for the "coast-

your guests heaping their plates to-coast" broadcast. The program
with a conglomeration of food may be as 'varied as the talent
they'll want to taste every- available. A full hour show, con- than the average of the 4 other largest-selling

thing!L sisting of music by instrumentalistsor cigarettes tested less than any of them -according
DO choose foods that won't an orchestra singing by a'
spoil if they must stand for 15 quartet or soloists a dramatic I
tests of the smoke itselfBEANSAN
\ to independent scientific
minutes or even longer. sketch etc.

DON'T attempt to increase an A novel addition to your program

i, ordinary recipe more than once. would be a Professor Quiz type. Ask GMMCL

Proportions of ingredients changeas for volunteers to answer the ques- We.up : '-' -
recipes become large, and it's tions submitted by the audience.A -SJR : -
no simple matter for an ama- prize can be offered for the best rW: ,

teur to guess at them. Unless you answers.
have recipes designed to serve Commercials and time signals iM ; ;

.. large numbers, it's safer to make should be interspersed throughout 55 ;
quick breads, cakes and cookies, 'the program. These may be an- <
according to standard family size nouncements of forthcoming meet.

recipes. ings, services, etc. .n .; ) .
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... .. ...T."I FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1041IAUB

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tlvai Is a real celebration, with fun C. Kolstad, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs.R. Mrs. F. E. Chalker, Mrs. G, E. member, Mrs. A. C. Carlton, two
The Clewiston News, ana frolic for everyone from the M. Bishop, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Wenzloff, Mjs. G. E. Collier Mrs. visitors, Mrs. Paul Bussey and
lowliest cane-cutter to the general Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. Keath- R. W. Turk, Mrs., J,. L. ,McDaniels Mrs. Hubert Land, and Mrs. Arch
Clewlston"Florida. manager enjoying the barbecue, ley Bowden, Mrs. J. H. Pressley, and Mrs. Sapp. Hodges president of W. M. S. who
published. by every the Friday CLEWISTON In NEWS, ileiu events and dance. There wasa Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. E. C. Mills, was visiting the circle.

Inc. general rejoicing at the mill when Mrs. J. ,F. Tippey, Mrs. Zerney The Winnie .Ayres Circle met at ", ,,,
the last car-load of cane was dumped Meredith, Mrs. E: E. Kelly, Mrs. the home of'Mrs?: Fred Topper with First .Flag Raising ', .' .
KEATHLEY BOWDEX, 'Editor into the hoppers. Following the W. L. Lott, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Mrs. E. M. Cornette chairman in ,- ;)*.. ,

custom of the sugar industry the W. W. Perry, Mrs.' G. B. Rackstraw charge. After.the business ,meeting Ceremony Tuesday' J: _
second class mall matter world over after the cane went and Mrs. ,Earl Smith. a study of'the third chapter. of

February as 1, 1927 at the Post Office in through hats, ties and other per- Stewardship in the Lives of Womenwas --:- ;',
Clewiston.3, 1897.Sobucrlptlon Florida. under the" Act ofMarch sonal belongings of sugar men were HARRY VAUGHN, JR. HOST AT held.Mrs. (Hendry County News) ,
thrown in. Mr. Bitting lost a hat, WEINER ROAST THURSDAY
A large American
Topper served refreshmentsto flag measuring : '"
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Mr.Crochet's
': brand-new topper,
': Year." Air, Moran a Mrs. ,D. B. Allen, Mrs. I. S. Bell 4 by 8 feet waves proudly from the
Rat 92.60 Per 'was from Harry Jr., entertainedhis
tie cut neatly Vaughn Mrs. B. J. Blount, Mrs. R. N. top of a 65 ft. ,flag pole ,set on tithe
Rates On Application.; his neck to add to the mill's grist. class-mates of the third grade
Advertising Cornette north
Childress, Mrs. E. M. Mrs.F. lawn of the courthouse -_
blowing of whistles with a weiner roast at his home
With all the A. Hanna Mrs. Alex McGowan, facing state highway 25. .,' .
the happinessis yesterday afternoon. It was planned
rejoicing
Devoted to the advancement and welfare and general [Mrs. W. G. Mathis Mrs. W. F.Nall County commissioners and a *
County. with universal feel- to take the youngsters to the
and Hendry underlaid a
of Clewiaton Mrs. Harry Phillips, Mrs. M. small group of pedestrians were 1-:,
A' successful sea- ridge for an out-door supper buta
of sorrow.
,
ing A. Thomas Mrs. H. E. Walker, present Tuesday morning 'when the: *
to shower of caused the plansto
rain
record hung up
is ended, a
son Mrs. Clayton ,Waters and a new flag raising took '
neck out place.
Lindbergh sticks his which all can ,point with pride; but be changed and the party was ',-
again and one of these days may it is very unlikely that the same held at home. .

not be able to draw it back in group of men who have labored Mrs. H.. T. Vaughn, assisted by .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:N:..:N:N:;.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:NN, :.%.:..:NNNN/NN/NI..:N:..:..:.,1?:?:NN N N N N:..:..:N:.
time. through the season to this victorious Mrs. W. E. Dilley, prepared and .i' .'.
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harvest will ever work to- served the weiners and cookies to A A

American industry has enough gether again. And such is the the youngsters in the Vaughn home. A t

Soft coal to run about two weeks. feeling of friendship and fellow- Games were enjoyed during the X

And yet the coal strikes' are allow- ship in the sugar business! here in afternoon. AY AY

ed to continue.Be the Everglades that even in the
UNION Y ..
BAPTIST TRAINING
midst of happiness, rejoicing overa Y AY
sure and attend the May Day record harvest, we feel the pangsof HELD MEETING TUESDAY,

program put on by the school next regret that these days are end- 1
Thursday. We're sure it will be ed; and that when the next crop The Baptist Training Union of Y
time well spent.Clewiston these the Palm Lake Association met at :
harvest rolls around all of s WAITER, RALEIGH
the Clewiston Church Tuesday t
Baptist ,
friends will not be here to
same ; =: ::
will extend a cordial evening with about one hundredand .;. DID>J0T VISIT J
I share it with us. .
welcome to the visiting members forty members present from 'l
of the National Editorial Associa- various Baptist churches in the Lake Y !
r W+ANIr
of next week. We Okeechobee 't'y Z MISSED i iI
hope tion on that Tuesday the sugar story can be .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:. Donald Weeks area. of Belle Glade, y :!HE ao1T__r

"sold" to them while here. president, presided at the meeting.Mrs. :r. yc ::
Birds the H. C. Meador, of Clewiston, + _
Everglades
of :
The "jook" joints of the Everglades led the devotional service. A play j

come in for some:unfavor- let, "The Church's One Founda- 't. _S '
(By Willard E. Dilley) .' ,
able publicity in the Satevepost tion," was presented by a group .;' '.,.,' ,.
this week. None of us are from the Clewiston B. T. U. includ- : \ ii
article .......................... .... ; Explanation on Page Eight) 'I-, i
proud of them but we' imagine .:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:.:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ing Mrs. W. F. Nall, Mrs. L. C. 121 :.--i-v.;.: '...7 :.
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that such conditions can be' foundin Miller, Arch Hodges, Herman Davis, -': _
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any big city in any part of the THE KITES H. C. :Meador, W. G. Mathis, Jim- .. q :
country. Why pick on us'and par- The kites are really hawks and mie Davis and David Thomas. ;
ticularly why brand the entire lake could have been included in the Several selections were given by y y

area as "The Land of the Jook?" article dealing with the group of the young peoples choir under the :: Don't "miss the boat" in accomplishing i:
birds. They are of sufficient interest leadership of Robert Kelly. Robert

however to deserve special and Lloyd Kelly-sang a duet, An your aims through lack of funds! Start. :;:

.t: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..) notice., Florida is the only' area Evening Prayer., y
: : where all four' species may be The local B. T. U. served sand- :: your ambition account here, plus compound ::

seen. One specie even takes its wiches, cookies an'd iced tea at the
:: dividends it worthwhile
RAMBLINGS grows to a ::
,
e feed-
._ name from this area, Their close of the meeting.

By B. B. ing habits are a benefit to man, BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET *: sum-so that you have. cash when you ::
but even if they did not pay their .f.. .t.
way, they are a rare family and .t. want it. 't'
Ellen
:NN..:N..:N N:N N N NNN N M N N NN NNN N h N: complete protection. The Mary Dozier Circleof .t.
should be given A.t.
the Baptist Church met at the
kite is the ..
Swallow-tailed
Daily the rumblings of Europe'swar The home of Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff Tues- 'i.
, grow closer and closer" to jnost striking and beautiful of, the day afternoon. After the regular ..t.. ..i'
American'' shores. The Ramparts kites. Its black wings and back business meeting Mrs. W. J.: Roblsor .t'LA
with its white Y
We Watch, which was released a contrast sharply taught the third chapter of the Y
year ago did not bring the history head and underparts. ,, The deep- Personal; Service Guide. y y

of the conflict up to the present, ly forked tail presents a field mark Refreshments were served to y

date, but perhaps that made it more discernible at a long distance. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. M. C. A y Y

vividly impress us all with the The. White-tailed kite as its Doke, Mrs. .H. L. Davis, Mrs. W. A y
y
fact that history is repeating itself, name implies has a tail of pure J. Robison, Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs, f

and the trend of national and international white. This' and ", ,black shoulder A. H. King, Mrs. V. C. Woodward,, :::..:.:M:N:N:N:N:N:N N. :N:ti...:N..1.N:N:N...:N:N.N1N. :..:N:N.:.:N.N:N:N.M:N.H.M:..:N.N:N.N:N:N.N:N:N.N:N'N. :N.N.N:N.

events is following directly patches are excellent field marks. .
the same course., Particularly The Everglades, kite, appears at I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:.:-.:.-.:-..-:.-.:-..:-..-:.-.:-..-:.:-:.-.:-..-:.-.-.:-..-:.-.:-:.-:..-:.-.:-..-:.-.:.-.:-..-::-.:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:..:..:.oi
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bird with a H N M N NIN'N N NIN :.N:1 :.:M..:11:N:N N:f:..;I.:..:I iii..:N N N NIN:N:N N N'N N N N:N :N N N N::i N N i 1:N 7
in black N'N N : N ;
is that true of the changes a distance as a :::. :N:N:N:N:N:N: M :N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N: N:N: N: ;:

the attitude of the American public white patch at' the base of the tail. .t..t. ... .i..t.
toward the conflict. Just as it It need not be confused with the AA / YY YY

changed in those days prior to the Marsh hawk which also has a white ..:..'. 'tOOt'ii
U. S, entrance into, the world war rump but is not so ,dark in its color- :::: : ::
No.1, so has it changed during ation. The kites all have slender :_::_: ENJOY A'N YY

the past twelve months since the pointed wings whereas the wingsof '

picture was first, made. the Marsh hawk are rounded at I I Itj
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Each day events'* in* the headlines : the'The ends.Mississippi kite is somewhat }: : ALL ELECTRIC '' ;, h



grow make stories 'of our more strikes blood ominous.in boil.vital More And industries and the 'similar the grey former with to; a the, is dark White-tailed a tail.rather kite uniform but ; .:' ,:: "lZ: : ::,-: >./, : I-1Df1E '," .";:!.;<';" .'; L j j jU

more public opinion is demandingthat : -"" '
the government take a firm. ARDEN CLUB ELECTS !

hand in settling these strikes that' OFFICERS FOR '41-42 ....;. AV .I'''

tie up defense production. .
W. F. Therkildson of Miami was A

Sometimes its good for the soul speaker at the meeting of the I :t: Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that :: :

to become an escapist, and we think Clewiston Garden Club yesterday the of the : :
that for this week-end at least afternoon. Mr. Therkildson is on ** takes care of both the work and pleasures 12

we'll' concentrate on a name for the editorial staff of the Miami Her- :i::;: home and one that 'will do everything quickly, efficient- *:*:
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Blondie's something ald and is editor of the All Florida -
baby
or
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Equally momentous. section of that paper. He is .=;'t:: I ly and economlca II y.
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an authority' on seeds, plants and 2'

Clewiston's "White Firemen" cultivation methods, having spent ::;:::: .' One penny will toast, 26 crunchy slices of toast, or : :i:

show up well in action-practice, his entire life in the nursery and
at least. The new white coveralls seed business. His talk to the club :: give your eyes two hours of 'safe'' reading light' or operate : :;:

with red seals on the back was an informal discussion of' cultivation *_:_;: radio for most of a'day-and-ELECTRICITY is ::::
of your
methods and a portion
Hot only look well but will serve i '
to protect clothes. Several years the time was given over to reply- ::;::i: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::::,

ago, the Other Half was a mem- ing to specific inquiries from members .:..t. .l.t

ment ber of,at the Perry volunteer, Fla. fire Every depart-time dening: present problems.Mrs. concerning. their gar- :::i: .That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I' :..toot..i..t. ::.

the alarm sounded, it found him O. A. Jones and Mrs. W. C. :.t..t.: that IS all electric I and mo d ern. .Es'f's' .
dressed in his best bib and tucker, Owen gave reports from the recent YY

and no suit, tie or shoes ever convention of the federated Garden yy YY
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looks quite the same after a good Clubs of Florida, which they attended ..... .t..t'A
thorough drenching, which he invariably in Sarasota this month. Sev- YY

got. So we hope the eral members reported on the trip ':t: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :::::

firemen will always have ,time to to Miami Tuesday and Wednesdaywhen S YY
:zip into those coveralls. members of the local club .vY:" .t"t'.
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were guests of the North Miami :_;: :;:::
Don't fail to attend the May Day Garden Club. .::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.
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'ceremony on the school grounds New officers for 1941-42 were : t yyY

Friday, when Margaret Von Mach elected at ,the, meeting. They are ?.Y y Yvy ?
and Sam Lang are crowned Queen president, Mrs. '0. A. Jones; vice- vy YY

and King of the May. This is always president, Mrs. F. Deane Duff; recording I YY.t"t' ....
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a pretty ceremony and the secretary, Mrs. P. M. Mc- '" :' ;'.i.

program this year in very interesting Intyre; corresponding secretary, ; XXA
many of the grade childrenare Mrs. Campbell E. Hall; and treasurer :x::: if

taking( part with various nat- Mrs. W. W. Perry.
ionalities represented in' the Attending the meeting were Mrs.

groups. You'll enjoy ,it. Leah L. Spicer, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, 1] Glades Power and Light Co. II

Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. F. M. .
When the 'whistles blew long and Rodriguez, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs.J. ':" :' ;"

loudly Thursday shortly after F. Morrison, Mrs. E. W. Durst, ...:.....:.. AA.:.'..t'.

noon, it marked the end of the Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. R. ,H. .. :.
most productive season the sugar Knight, Mrs.. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. ..::.,.:... .t..:.

industry in the Everglades has ever, F. Deane Duff Mrs., N,. V. '"S. Mum- 1.-.:.J. '" :..:. ..:..:.,.: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.":..:...t..t.$.
,had. The End of the Harvest Fes i ford, Mrs. A. L. Hackett; Mrs H. ;N..:N..:.:N:1:.1.1..:.. : :N:..:N:-.:..:h 1':H N NN N N:N N:N:..:N:N N N N:"N N..:N..;11 N:..:N:.:N N N:N:N N N N:N N 1-:N N:N N N:.:N:N:N N N N:N:N:NIN:11 N:N:--:N:1...,

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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1941. THE CLEWISTOtf NEWS PAGE FIVE
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ward, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Glen GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS MISS BURHANS HOSTESS AT ..
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Etherton, Mrs. G. E. Crow, Mrs. R. I VISIT NORTH MIAMI CLUBA BRIDGE OX SATURDAYMiss "' '

J. Lee, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs.B. CLEWISTON
r L Personals ] J. Schroeder, Mrs. C: E. Miner group of thirteen members of Evelyn Burhans entertainedwith TINNING & PLUMBING: SHOP I

and Mrs. C.H.. Berner.Kinsey..Perkins. the Clewiston Garden Club were a bridge party Saturday aft- Anything( in .Plumbing ,Fixtures
guests of the North Miami Garden ernoon for Mrs. Wm. Henry Mar-
:
Club in the Fairchild Tropical tin, (the former Inez Lammon) and Prompt,. Efficient Service

Miss Marcia Avant spent Monday : Garden Tuesday. The ladies' drove Miss Beulah Shermer of ,Hialeah. PETER, CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.. .
and Tuesday in Tampa visiting Mr. down in the morning and were en- Flowers were used profusely
'and Mrs. Jones Bryan.D. Miss Bertha Frances .'. Perkins, tertained with a delightful buffet about the house? in decorating. Mrs.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. luncheon. and were later taken on Martin was awarded first prize at
G. Alston was a business Perkins of Lake Harbor, and Jack a tour of the garden. Most of the bridge, Miss Ruth Marshall second "
J. M. COUSEConnflelor ,
visitor ,in 1 West Palm Beach Wed- Kinsey, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.A. group remained over night for ,a and Miss Ruth Knight low. Miss .. .
'i nesday. J. Kinsey of Inverness and trip to the beach and ,shopping. Burhans served a salad course with and Attorney at law

Clewiston, were married Easter Included in the trip were Mrs.R. iced tea to Mrs. Martin, Miss Sher- Hopkins Building .

Mrs. Robert Bair is leaving today Sunday afternoon in the First M. Bishop, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, mer, Miss Ruth Knight, Mrs. Virginia Wednesdays and
tor Philadelphia spend the Methodist Church at Winter Ha- Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. A. L. Jordon, Miss Ruth Marshall, Saturdays

summer with her parents. ven.The Hackett, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. Mrs. Willard Dilley, Mrs. J. E. 9:80 to 4:00

/ ring ceremony was performed C. Owen, 1Irs.V.. E. Bolton Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. ,E.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey have by Reverend John G.! :Stradley O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, H. Holstine, Miss Alice Steinholtz

moved Into their new brick homeon before an altar arranged with Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. G. B. and Miss Lucy Humble.

Atlantic Avenue. palms, Easter lillies, calla lillies and Rackstraw, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfordand Glasses Scientifically Broken Lense.
gladioli. The bride wore .an ensemble Mrs. Leah L. Spicer. ATTEND NEA MEETING Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR

,... Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Musgrove and I of hyacinth blue crepe romaine F, D. GUDBAUR

son, Eddie, spent Sunday in Mi with white accessories, anda GILBERT STILES' BIRTHDAY IS Keathley Bowden, editor of the OptometristPhone
". ami. corsage of pink rosebuds. She News, accompanied by Carr Settle
OCCASION FOR CLASS PARTYA IDS 5 Collier Arcade
".' 1 was attended by Miss Betty Loerof of the Moore Haven Democrat, attended Fort Myers. Florida
: f Mrs. ,H. C. Jones was a business Lake Harbor, who was dressedin the business sessions of the Successor to K. H. Oakley
'l visitor in Jacksonville the first. off a dusty rose ensemble with blue birthday party was given in National Editorial Association In
the third grade Wednesday in honor -
f f. the week. accessories. The groom was attended Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday.
by Cecil Perkins, brother of of Gilbert Stiles who 'celebratedhis More than 500 newspaper men and
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and the bride. 9th birthday on ,that day, and
women from some forty states attended Dr. Walter
F. Purdon
who is leaving Clewiston for Ocala.A .
Hub Spooner were visitors in Fort Those attending the weddingwere the convention..
Lauderdale yesterday.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kolstad, large birthday cake was baked Osteopathic Physician And

Mr. and Mrs. J. Ligon Reeves of by Mrs. Hubert Land for the party.It J. R. McLeod of Tampa was Surgeon
Mrand Mrs. Harry Sallinger! Pahokee, sisters and brothersinlaw was decorated with pink and Hopkins Building
sworn in Saturday, April 19, as
are parents of a baby boy, who was of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. green candles 'and flowers. There MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
born in the Clewiston Hospital Sat- Hugo Boe of Pahokee and Mr. and were 'games' and songs during the regional director of the' wage and 10 A. M.to9P.M.MECHANICAL .

urday, April 19. Mrs.' C. E. Mitchell of Winter Ha- afternoon. Mrs. Vaughn Mrs. hour division, U. S. Department of
Land and Mrs. assisted with
Dilley
Labor, for Georgia and Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore of ven.Mrs.. Kinsey is a native of Bain- the party. Cream cycles were

Ocala and Coburn Moore of GainES- bridge, Ga., and has lived in Lake given to each child. The presidentof FOR SALE-Late STRUCTURAL
model kerosene
ville spent the week-end here with Harbor since 1931. She was grad- the class, Ann Prewitt, presented ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
their mother, Mrs.. .J. W. Moore. uated from Pahokee High Schoolin a fountain pen with a bottle of stove. See Mrs. John Kettl. tf Maps Estimates

1938 and attended Tampa busi- ink to the honored guest. 'JOHN H. DOTY

Mr. and Mrs. DeVille :Gammage ness college. Mr. Kinsey was born
FOR RENT-3 room unfurnished Engineering Consultant
and son, Paul, of, Leesburg, visited and reared in Inverness, Florida, JANE SHARP GIVEN
Mrs. J. W. Moore and family a and graduated from the Citrus FAREWELL PARTY apartment. See Mrs. Glen Ether- I Hopkins BIdg. Clewiston, Fla.

few days this week. High School in 1933. He has been ton tf.

connected with the United States' Jane Sharp, who is leaving this
'
Mrs. I. O. Bishop of Fort Pierce Sugar Corporation since 1936.HedkeArndt .
was the guest for several days, of week-end for her home in Orlando FOR SALE-Caboage' farm in the Johnson's Fish CampNear
her sisters, Mrs. Clarence J. Nielsen after spending the season here at Hastings Section. Apply Don S.

and Miss Evelyn Kellems. the Clewiston Inn apartments :with Hanna, Hastings, _Fla. ( Hurricane Gate)
her parents, was given a farewell Clewiston, Fla.
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Mrs. Ruth 'B. Owens returned Mrs. Veda Arndt. of, Okeechobeeand party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Tuesday ,from a visit of several H. A. 'W. Hedke of Clewistonand Carl Berner Wednesday afternoon.The FOR RENT-Small furnished .apart Rates Reasonable

days with her son, Thomas B.Owens St. Paul, Minn., were marriedin neighborhood children were ment. F. L. Williamson. tf. 'V. H. Johnson, Mgr.
and family in Tampa. invited and brought gifts to the I ,
West Palm Beach Saturday even- ;
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honoree. Mrs. Berner served ---------------
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ing, April 19. The ceremony was
and cream to Jane Sharp Carline
,
Mrs. N. J. Jackson of Fort Myers performed by Rev. Preston Sellersin l.-
Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Bobby
and Mrs. Harry Frazier of Fort the parsonage of the Norwood
Berner, Bub and Gene Mills, Kim
Dupont, Delaware, were week-end Baptist Church.Mr. N FASHIONS
Kolstad, Kay Bowden Sally Grah-
guests of their brother, J. A. Mc- and Mrs. G. E. Wenzioff, of
Katherine
am, Dyess and .Shirley
Gehee, and family. Clewiston, were the couple's only Owen. jI.(
attendants. Mrs. Hedke, wore a
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley spent white tailored dress and ,4a corsage : ?jm)
,... .., .
Sunday at Fort Myers Beach with te'rn.. / :
Of white carnations and Mrs. <,<, .
Mr. and Mrs. J: M.,jCouseof_Moore WenzlofL was: 'also attired in white Just ReceivedCARLOAD ;'.J\\
Haven,, who hire Cottage there
and her flowers' W're pink, carna- '"
for several weeks. Poultry wire field fence \
tions. barbed t :
,- Mrs. Hedke' was reared :in Okee- wire. Reduced prices because. of VYn

Mrs. 'R. V. Allison and daugh- chobee and has visited her cousin, saving in freight cost. r ?t 1'' BUkGIIiE'S ;
ters, Gayle and Karen, of Gaines- Mrs. Wenzloff here often. Mr.

ville, visited for several days over Hedke is a resident of St. Paul, [ I ;, UHCOLH i ROAD .
the weekendith Mrs. Allison's:
Minn.
and came to Clewiston last .
father, F. L. Williamson., j
fall as chief electrician at the sugar FORT 3IYERS, FLA. ,
house. He and his bride will reside I','
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and in Clewiston.. '
\ daughter, Mary Louise, we're call- :. J

ed to Safety Harbor this week by SHIRLEY OWEN ENTERTAINS '
( RUMFORD BISCUITS : .1
the death of :Mr. Thomas' father, CLASS I.v)v.,.
WITH
OUTDOOR SUPPERThe .:.:>.'. '.
which occurred Tuesday night. WILL EXCITE EVEN A ;:< "

Willing Workers Sunday JADED APPETITE i .i
Mrs. Roy Cornette has left for School Class of the Community ,

her home in Greenville, Ky., after Sunday School met at ,the home of 1r ftv '

spending the winter here with Mr. Shirley Owen Friday evening for 'I ; + ,i .

and Mrs. E. M. Cornette. Mr. Cor- the regular' monthly business and ,.,,-, .}.". .,. BURDlHrS : :; U
nette will remain here for a few social meeting. Mrs. Owen pro- X91 ) ;''','' '. tIIAc1I I I

weeks longer. vided a hamburger supper' at the ',,:C' "',_,. I
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outdoor fireplace for the group. I.tf'' "

Mrs. George F. Sharp and chi Election of officers for 'the next "- ..J
1 ,
dren, who have spent the season at year was held and Jo Ann Crouchwas

the Clewiston Inn apartments are elected president; Pat Bailey' O : 'Bur dine's brings you a new E

leaving tomorrow for their homein vice-president, Louise Prewitt secretary Qov1o'FREE. ,

f Orlando. Mr. Sharp will follow Shirley Owen treasurer, and .

them in a few weeks. Mary tary. Louise Also attending Thomas Friday's social secre meet- ; '- > ;:. store and a near neighbor 1.

'
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Gus Gustafsen, who has been ing were Jane Sharp, Sally Graham, containing. Send for dozens nttt booklet of- t

employed in the office of the commissary Grace Ward and Carline Berner, Ml brIght ideas to impro.eelf SORDiNE'SWEST
Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs. W. C. J our biking..Address: ; "''?'" ., ..
department this h h .
season, -p Olp a t Rumford Biking Powder, /:'x;
left Sunday for West Pal'm Beach Owen. (/ .b !.'actjng Box N, B.amfofa.R.L -, C k.]
where he is employed in the con- ------------ - ------- '{'
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struction office of Morrison PALM BEACH
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Mr. and Mrs. .W. F. Therkildsonof ry:
Miami were visitors in Clewis ':: FIFTY FOOTHighway :i: If:1 'j 44r N,

ton yesterday. Mr. Therkildson, y .
who is editor of the All Florida ":t

section of the Miami Herald, was <<
speaker: at the Garden Club meeting i; Corner 11 ii iiy !! ,. 'I. >>



Mrs. W. H. Martin and Miss!

Beulah Shermer of Hialeah spent :;f Only such property available Other :: t
the with f .
week-end friends in Clew- '
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iston. Mrs. Martin is the former : three corners improved. For immediateconstruction ::: -
Inez Lammon who taught the first

three grade of the Clewiston school here ,:: can be delivered NOW. :.: r. formerly Hatch's store '-

years ago. y
Burdine's. ever on the alert to serve

MRS. KNIGHT HOSTESS TO y AkA rt .' :.: you better, marks another milestone
BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY y y in its 43 years of progress with the >

:f .' i purchase of Hatch's store in West"
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Mrs. Harry Knight .
I entertained ;' .-. .:. Palm Beach. With this new Burdino'swithin
members of her bridge club last .to.. ... '
reach the famous
week at the home of Mrs. Bussell. .t' J. IL. Beardsley .:. your Sunshine easy same *
:: Fashions sound
Mrs. Roy Alston won a bath set as I :: .
first prize; Mrs. A. C. Carlton bath :: values and fashion-right merchandise *.
towels as second prize and Mrs. REAL ESTATE '; :: that have built our reputation in

"V. C. Woodward a novelty pin as Greater Miami will soon be avail. *

low prize. A surprise: stork shower :: PHONE 66 :: able to our neighbors in the Palm ,

was given Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr. y Beach area. .

Mrs. Knight served chicken salad I :: Art Lawrence Betty Spicer. Evelyn KellemsXvvww :i: rft{
and coffee to Mrs. Alston = -- ,"."' ." .,.
Roy Mrs. y "t,7"';"'< '1"SS.?"+ 1!I. '..+!!j'f11:1 \/' .
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night for relief-roll toilers. _______
day our -------- 4
And I want to get a line on the bad I IMPROVED r s"E

actors in that bunch." UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ,

"I'll be seeing you," I acquiescedin L'q"qllql.l: ? "

eLaiiipt4Ta11ey[ I! the offhanded note of the frontier. I UNDAV1 f1 ;; i i'
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"Fine Salaria, said to climb Lander into as the he waitedfor truck.It cHooilLesson I : ,%Z l


BY was many a year since I'd By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. Assurance Needed
seen an Alaska jamboree of that Dean of The Moody: Bible Institute "Is this the Fidelity Insurance
company
STORY FAR of Chicago.
THE SO Salarla kind, and it .left me wondering if (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ?"
Sidney Lander rescued Carol Coburn Barbara she Is not after Lander. In love life hadn't rather spoiled me for "Yes, ma'am, it is. What can we do
an outdoors girl, Is also .
from the annoyances of Eric (the Red) Bryson such affairs. For along with the' for you?
Trumbull Invites Carol to fly
Ericson. She Is returning to her native1th Lander. and S. S. Lesson for April 27 "I want to arrange to have hus-
sourdough, with him to the scene to see that her father dancing was much brawling my .
father
Alaska to teach. Her a band's fidelity insured"Down "
mine claim. Lander, had no real claim. She declines, however lovemaking and the imbibing of a local ,
died with on unproven Lesson -
subjects and Scripture texts selected --
an engineer for the Trumbull Co., which and her manner nettles the mine brand of hooch known as moose- and copyrighted by International
la fighting the Coburn claim,' breaks with king. He Is used to having things his own milk.'!: The orchestra was merelya Council. of Religious Education; used by to; Faith'

Trumbull. But he remains engaged to way. Father and daughter were both rather tinny old piano helped out by a permission. "Of course, I m'ust ask you'for,,

Trumbull's daughter, Barbara. Carol tells Imperious. fiddle and accordion. Even as we THE EARLY CHURCH MEETING a deposit," said the landlady.

_ INSTALLMENT XI I pushed our way into that crowded HUMAN NEEDS "Certainly," replied the new

roadhouse with its open bar I won- tenant, handing over the required.
his voice when he spoke, was the issue hinging on the questionof '
But dered if the natives weren't doing sum.
clear or clouded"title definition. LESSON TEXT-Acts 4:32-35; 617.
both suave and controlled."Don't be the best to revive the old Klondike GOLDEN TEXT-And the multitude oi "Thanks. Now, shall we trust'each
this And that issue have to
idea
the may
run away with days. Men in flannel shirts and high- them that believed were of one heart and -other, or do you want a receipt
claim is only trouble decided out on the Chakitana. of one soul.-Acts "
Chakitana my tops gyrated about with gumchewing 432. ?
he said "I've got mine inter- He then turned to the task in
white women in slacks or held
ests that take me from the Circle Matanuska. well-rouged and sloe-eyed half-breed Machinery without power is use AND THREE TO CARRYTeacher

right down to Mexico. And I like" "Things are going to be different girls in calico close to their Macki- less-that is why in the lesson of -

to clear things up as I go along. around here," he confidently af nawed bosoms. last Sunday the power of the Holy
again I recognized the deep firmed. "They've got to or there'llbe I
Once Lander danced with a smooth se- Spirit was recognized as being indispensable '
otoLJp
rumble of big business. hell to pay. And it'll be a man's in the church. [QI
dateness that left us almost conspicuous ...
"We turn in here," I explained, size job, making this muddle readyfor Power ...
the other hand reachesits
that led to in that swarm of jigging bodies on ,
Indicating the path those two hundred families.
oozy and flying heels. And I felt odd greatest usefulness through the A
"
my shack front. UIsn't'it a trifle late for that? I o-
organization
ly small and passive in that strong of well-planned ma
"Do you mean you're satisfied asked as I filled two crockerycups '
my sense chinery. The' found
arm of his. The of his nearness church soon
this sort of thing? with hot
with tea.
I suppose, should have made that its activities, simple at the be-
"I'd like it better if I had a' Lander admitted that it was. But me happy. ginning, had become more complex ",

school," I :said.! that, he contended, was just whywe But I couldn't drum up any en- calling for suitable organization \ \ .
Trumbull sat watching me as had to pitch in and .'
John help."You'll
if it
thusiasm for. that falsetto and loose- was to best serve the -Who knows what trip
I climbed down from the car seat. get a school, of course," jointed hilarity born of bad musio needs 'of its own people and of those lets are?

"What would-you say if I put "a he went on as he abstractedly stirredhis and worse whisky.I round about it. In so organizingthey Bright Pupil-I know, miss; it's
few thousand into a school for you, tea. "And we'll have to have a did not forget this fundamental
tried to tell my partner that twins and one left over.
he said with what impressed me asa i hospital of sort. And Red
some a there was something pathetic in purpose of the church, nor did they

purely achieved matteroffactness"as Cross nurse. And a marshal to keep such childlike efforts to escape the forsake the true source of power.I. One to Fit
good a school as they've got order in those transient-camps. And
Sharing With the Brethren (4
isolation of wilderness life. But Lander : A young man was doing his own
anywhere in this Territory? someone to speed the building-
up 32-35).
only laughed. shopping. He said to the pretty'
It was my turn to remain silentas gangs and stop all this bungling Love' for another promptedthe
one
behind the
"This is easy, he said. "There'llbe girl draper's counter:
I looked into those glacierice about supplies and the eternal buck-
up Christian brethren to meet each "
"I
a broken head or two before want a pillow-case, please
eyes of his. And I rememberedmy other's need by sharing by holdingall "
,
the night's over. There'd even beena "Yes, said the girl. "What
old school maxim about fearingthe ,they owned for the common "
stabbing, the week before. size?
Greeks when they come bearing -
I good. This was not (as,some,would "
111 'j'r But I had no craving to see fist- "Why-er-I'm not sure, said "
gifts. 'fights and knifeplay. have us believe) a type of commu the young man, "but I take a
"Does my claim impress you as nism. It was purely voluntary (see six and seven-eighths hat!"
worth that much?" I found the cour- IrM "I' want to go home, I said at Acts 5:4).temporary, and local. It
the end of our dance. For along the
age to demand. was practiced only in Jerusalemand
"I'd like to get married and set
line
that crowded the bar I'd caught
His color deepened, apparentlywith for short time. It "
only a was
sight of Eric the Red, surroundedby tled down, said the young chap, ,
the embarrassment of a con- an expression of Christian brother-
a circle of transients. He "but I guess I'll have to stay sin.
testant who has underestimated the was hood and liberality which is worthyof gle and settle up."
too busy drinking and talking to 'give
power of his opponent. our consideration.II. .
"What it's worth won't be decidedby any thought to dancing. But his
Caring for the Unfortunate
sardonic smile'as we passed within Heavy Going .
either you or me, he said in an
(6:1,3,5,6)).
A soldier leave invitedto
voice. six paces of him confirmed my distaste on was
unexpectedly sharpened for the place. The church had come through its a dance. Having been accepted

"But I was hoping we friendlier could get to-" "All right," said Lander. Yet I first real persecution (Acts 5:12-42) by a pretty girl as a partner,
it in
gether on some way. knew by the 'his. with real victory and assurance (5: they danced together for some
be Klondike Coburn'sdaughter way gaze lingeredon
"I happen" I to reminded him. I I the flushed and bleary-eyed faces 42)), only to face an internal difficulty. time, after which the soldier

Wherever the Lord blesses the thanked her.
That steelier look into I all about him that he would have ,
brought a "
averted i preferred to stay. enemy: comes to destroy. Whenevera "It was lovely, he said, "and
his eyes. door of service opens, there are I shall always remember it."
"I to that he The air outside was sweet with a
was trying forget "
adversaries I Cor. "I said the "Ele-
-girl.
many ( 16:9): see,
retorted, almost in a bark. "But small wind that blew down from the "

hate and stupidity, you'll find, won't'get Talkeetnas."I There were .two' groups in the phants never forget.

you far." A r m guess this is better," he said as church=the Hebrew-Christians, and

"I'll get along," I said, forcing a he tucked a blanket about my knees, those with a Greek background.

smile of 'assurance. And as I stood "You'll get a school, of course." and climbed in beside me. He was .-Among the poor to whom daily distribution DI'GESTIONmay

confronting him I began to nurse a silent for a while, tooling the truck of help must be made were affect the Heart

new and sharper fellow feeling for passing that's mainly responsiblefor along the spectral ribbon of a road. many widows. Suddenly the Gre- Oaj trapped in the stomach or gullet may act like a
balr-trlgger on the heart. At the first sitn of dlitresa
Sidney Lander. He too had refusedto the mess they're in." "I'm afraid I took you away from cian group began to note (or think smart men and women depend on Bell-anj Tablet to
let gai free No laxative but made of tho fasteat-
be crushed by that human car of "I want to help," I said Some- your work," 1ventured., they noted, which was just as disturbing acting medicines known for acid Indigestion. If the*
FIRST DOSE doesn't Bell-am better, return
prove
that their widows being
) were
Juggernaut.John thing in my voice brought an approving Lander laughed as that none-too- bottle to w and receive DOUBLE Monet Flocks :ScOne's .

Trumbull started his engine. smile from the man across even road kept our swaying bodiesin neglected.

"You may not last here as longas the bald pine table. rough but friendly contact.UThat's ,Notice that men of good characterand
,
,Neighbor
you imagine," he asserted as "In two weeks," he said, "we'll about' the best I can ask spirituality were chosen to The most pious not live
and that all of them bore may
he swung about my dooryard and have a radio station here, to linkus of life," he said. "To be next to serve, in if it does not please his
Greek names. The Greeks who peace,
headed for the road. ,
up with the outside world. That'lltake like this.
you were doubtless in the minority in the wicked neighbor Schiller.
us out of the wilderness, at My answering laugh, I suppose,
Jerusalem church had a complaint
CHAPTERSaturday XIII ,
one jump. And before winter we'llhave was largely'defensive.
so those who were appointed to
electric lights and telephonesand "While we both remember to keepto their We OOTHES CHAFED SKJHROLI
of meant serve were own people.
course a day
,
cold storage and a cannery and "
the center of the road I
sug- have been to
tempted appointa
oft for the 'valley chalk-wrangler. snug homes for every one of those might
But a day off didn't mean idle- two hundred families." gested. committee made up of half from weir vela E M euv
ness. I hadmy mending and darn- "It'll be a better road before each side (and thus to continue the WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT S<
I thought of the undug 'wells and "
we're through with it, the resonantlow dissension) but not so here where
ing to do, my sourdough sponge to the unfinished roads and the car- ,
into loaves and house voice beside me announced. He grace and wisdom from above con
to
work my loads of cement that had been left For the CauseIt
put in order after six days of neg- to harden along the railway siding. 'was speaking in riddles, of course. trolled.Do is the cause, and not the
Yet I knew well enough what he that there
fail observe
lect. I'd baked my bread, and fin- not to death, that makes the martyr.-
"You know, of course that
,
your
ished my washing and ironing, and meant. was here a well-ordered plan to care Napoleon.
with the fortitude of the true fron- friend Ericson" is in the transient- "But where will it lead to?" I for the weak and unfortunate. No

tiersman was just filling my big camp here? Lander asked.I asked."I Christian church should fail in that

woodbox with neatly split spruce disclaimed any friendship be- don't know, yet," he answered important ministry.III. iGOATOD

boles when a truck rumbled up to tween Eric the Red and myself."That's after a moment's silence. "But I Preaching the Word (vv. 2,

my door. just the point," proceededmy don't want it to lead me from you." 4, 7). 0>UO

It was a rather officiallookingtruck visitor. "He's as yellow as they "Hasn't it already done that?" I Social service is necessarythechurch 3TOIIfLARGT

of battleship-gray, similar to make them. And two days ago questioned.It should make intelligent pro ,;

those I'd seen of late about the he had a talk with John Trumbull may have sounded a bit cruel. vision for its poor and its widows- fanu t1."LS altlllgS

Administration Camp at ,Palmer. : up at the Happy Day." He turned and made an effort to but it makes a fatal mistake when

And it startled me a little when Lan. "What's that to me?" I asked study my face in the nonetoocertain such service becomes more important -

der swung down from the driver's with what was only a pretense at in- light. than the preaching and teach-

seat. He looked tired and a trifle difference. "I thought we meant somethingto ing of God's 'Word. 'Let those appointed %' SEdKPfI,Q

solemn."I "Trumbull," he explained, "is each other," he said with a quick to that blessed'ministry

suppose you know what that pretty ruthless. There are mightyfew and boylike candor 'that was more find joy in sanctified social service, [RHEUMATISM LUMBAGOWNU

means?" he said as I continued to road rules left when he starts disarming than all the earlier rid but never let it pre-empt the placeof f

stare at the truck. He laughed, rather steamrolling toward his own self dles. "I rather thought you likedme. evangelism. 7 17-41

curtly, when I told him I was ish ends." ." Certainly such service must not -

entirely in the dark. "It means I'm "I've been talking with Colonel "I do," I said in an effort to become the all-absorbing task of the Idea and Work

field manager for the Matanuska Hart," he added. "And he agrees match casualness with casualness.But one who has been set by God as the Success nothing but. a good

Valley Project" with me we've got to have a medical that, plainly, didn't solve his messenger ,to the church-the spiritual idea coupled with hard work.-

Sidney Lander thrust some pa- man here. There's a chance problem. He drove on in silence shepherd of the flock. Many a Balzac.

pers into my hand. One of those he'll bring Doctor .Ruddock over until he came to the narrower trail preacher has lost himself in such

papers, I noticed, was my father's from Toklutna. And I've put in a that led in to my shack."I work, and failed to'study and prayso

dog-eared certificate of citizenship.And word for your friend Katie O'Con- suppose there's somebodyelse that he might be prepared to

as I glanced down at the faded nell. There's no reason she couldn't ?" he finally ventured, comingto preach the Word in power and with

portrait appended to it I realized I swing in as a Red Cross nurse." a stop in the cabin clearing. conviction. Too many preachersare

was looking at the face of a fighter.It A wave of joy went through me. "There's nobody else," I was hon- attempting to shake a sermon

made me stiffen my shoulders. Katie, I realized, would be an an- est enough to acknowledge. out of their. coat sleeves on Saturday Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof

"We can't, of course, pick our swer to prayer. "That's all I wanted to know," night (as Joseph Parker put it) Harmful Body Waste

ground for this particular fight," Just then Salaria appeared at my he said with a new resoluteness in only to find that their ministry grows Your kidneys are constantly filtering

Lander was saying. "We have to door, brown and wind-blown. In the his voice.I leaner and leaner until, reachingthe waste matter from the blood stream.But

know our enemy's line of attack. crook of her arm she carried a rifle was more afraid of myself, I years when there 'should be a kidneys act as sometimes Nature lag intended in their-fail workdonot to remove -

And in this case he seems to be and over one shoulder swung a full think, than I was of him. I didn't matured richness and sweetness in impurities that, it retained, may

playing safe and turning to court game bag. Her dusky eyes rested like the way my heart was,pounding their ministry of the Word, they Body machinery.the system and upset the whole

procedure and trying to make everything rather hungrily on the silent Lander. as he got down from his seat and find their message dead, dull and Symptoms may be nagging backache ,r 1
look legal." "You goin' my old-timer to side of the truck. persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
way, ? crossed my getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
"Then what can we do?" I asked. she inquired, indicating the truck in "With me there is nobody else," I dry.Such folly ill befits the Christian under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
"I have Canby working for us at anxiety.and loss of pep and strength.
the dooryard. compelled myself to say.I I church of its ministers. Perhapssome Other signs of kidney or bladder dis-
Juneau," Lander explained. "He's "Right to your door, S'lary," Lander knew, by the way he stiffened minister who reads these lines order arc sometimes burning, scanty or

both dependable and resourceful.But answered her, with a hand-wave that my shot had hit its mark. should change his ways, and per..' too There frequent should urination.be no doubt thai prompt

you can't, of course, hurry those toward his truck.It "You're right," he quietly ac- chance many a church officer who treatment is wiser than neglect. Uso

Record Office chair-warmers. And was while the'Artemis with the knowledged. Then he laughed ha reads them should realize that he Doan't friends Pillt.for Doan'more have than been forty winningnew years.

we'll have to depend on Canby." rifle was still frowning over some curt laugh. "I guess I'm running a has been driving his preacher into They have a nation-wide reputation.

"Trumbull's going to lose out, remember faint tinge of mockery in his voice little ahead of the game." work which, while important, shouldbe Are country recommended over.Ask by your grateful neijhiorl pcoplo tho

on his first round," Lander that Lander turned back to me. I felt like calling after him, as h. (for him, at least) secondary.First .

was explaining. "That report "How about coming to Wasilla to- backed and turned and went lurching things first, in God's own or-
t
/ shows your father's naturalization night?" he asked. "They have a out to the highway.TO der-that is the road of power and

papers can be confirmed. It'll leave roadhouse dance there, every Satur- ( BE COWTLVUEIW blessing.






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I I F OUR COMIC SECTION I Gems of ThoughtA I}

) .
GOOD man doubles the ..
L length of his existence to
;

5J ZtrGEkSCREH D I Events in the lives of Little Men I DVO 0it with have pleasure lived so on as our to past look exist-back

I ( ? ence is to live twice.-Martial. '

A man of genius has been
By VIRGINIA VALE seldom ruined but by himself.-
(Released'by Western Newspaper Union.) Samuel Johnson.

BECAUSE Carole Lombard c{ You KINK ) Y I worked for a menial's hire,
Gable interested Only to learn dismayed,
UMCLE 5AM That any wage I asked of Life,
themselves in his career, tall, "
Life would have
USE. A paid.
Reed who .- G20LO
handsome Hadley, Jessie RittenhoUse.Is .
hails from Texas via New York ;'1 OMIAER virtue
,:. a thing remote? I
B0'1
theater and radio acting stop- ;' .) ? wish to be virtuous, and lo!

to be safely ". ;-, virtue is, at hand.-Confucius.
overs, appears t
launched in Hollywood.He Behavior is a mirror in which

Lombard'sattention ,. everyone shows his image.-
Miss
first attracted
,;. I
r1/4/ SaA Iy Goethe.
a few weeks ago, when he
appeared with her on a national
broadcast in New York. Gable met ;
him at that time also. Both were
Sunbonnet Girl
impressed with young Hadley's appearance to

and.. talents. Gable sug-
gested to Director Clarence Brown Beautify the Lawn

that Hadley be tested for the role
-V S -Ls
of a young British officer in "The uJ

Uniform," at Metro, in which Gable : a
0
and Rosalind Russell are costarring.An lltl 11 S
important requirement was that z :
the actor chosen for the role be ,

able to wear a uniform worn by Ga- oa fl ae
ble. The young actor fitted the uniform rF

and the part was his-no test
1 was required, just an interview with
I Brown. At the same time casting 9 (U

I officials grabbed him for "Man // I
,I From the City," with Robert Ster- ;,
F ,.,
ling, Paul Kelly and Marsha Hunt. ,
< "
I -7.'f--

'I:J Ray Milland is moving right ,

ahead, and fast. After turning in a I
fine performance in
: Z9277
''i j "I Wanted Wings"
; .
..,o r. ,:t he was chosen by ij 'H SS I THIS charming little girl in her;

./' .: :;: ':;:-J4: Cecil B. De Millefor big-brimmed sunbonnet and,
'
'm ;:i a. \'::' one of the two short dress will be quite at home:

;iA..',' .A: .,i. male starring ro esiii : t / 5 on your lawn. Holding a watering!;
/ ><'.<:::: in. "Reap the Wildii'h.fZ..tn S can, she is an industrious as wellas
; : : : Wind." It's a tale of decorative figure.
tk ':w:;;:0''l:"<':f.j"f.:(; .:::.:;)>'::>.:, .the Florida kets, a j .

: ; fi i'' i' hundred years ago, J1 In 16-inch size, she comes on pattern
<:::/< and Milland is a 29277 15 cents, all ready to be traced to
fighting young law- plywood or thin lumber cut out with jig
: yer ,from Charles- or coping saw and painted. She makes a
fine companion for the Farmer Brown's
Ray Milland ton, who smashes a boy cutout, Z9278. 15 cents. Send order to:
desperate crew of
ship wreckers and wins the girl.
AUNT MARTHABox
John Wayne has the other stellar 166-W lI.nu.sCity, Mo.
male role-that of a sea captain who s S MAW, l? 5A $ Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

I. also wants the girl. And all in Tech- l-iEREt1N OYSTER MUOrJOU NOISE17 desired. Pattern No.............

nicolor. L.A' FIFTY / -r 1Ef MAKE Pattern No. ...............

-;-", M ( MILLION EGGS IP *mEvi? CACKLE? Name ...............................

Getting a screen test isn't too l'S COULb'wEDURING Address .............................
easy, and Richard Wallace, directorof .j.FEa-2'i+

Harold Lloyd's first productionfor A -..... LIFE
.RKO,. '.:A, Girl, .a Guy and a .... :,- .
Gob," explained why the other day. -
He computes the cost of a test at y, l hu DON'T BE BOSSED
from $1,500 to $3,000. The candidateis
brought to Hollywood, make-up TT' BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
artists go to work, hairdressers and CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

:, wardrobe department heads are .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
called in. An experienced actor is T'E due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
selected to appear opposite the can- e v.v o .j ouo "t.h do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next:
morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
\ Ch dG
r
didate-and there the salaries
are helping you start the day full of your
of the director, 'cameraman, elec- normal energy and pep, feeling like a
! tricians, sound men, etc. Then the million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
candidate may be 'no good! R your night's rest or interfere with work the
next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
-' laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
i r I George Raft, who has one of the I GOTTA KNowIo handy and economical...a family supply
+{pwMUa4 NOISE o /STCRswouLa costs only
r largest and most expensive ward- y. FEEN.A.MINT
; robes owned by MAKE tt=
x 7 IEY
t Hollywood actors, \ SON? LL'fA} GYS'TE.'RS

f is breaking in some Po ,.. C ACKLI. CACKLED
l $22.50 suits for his t (?'rJ o e r Bright OutlookTo
j role as a power lineman -y temperance every day is
: in Warner i ti.. : bright; and every hour is propi-,
i I Bros.' "Manpower. tious to diligence.-Samuel John-

." That's the picture w son.
. in which Hum-
i phrey Bogart was r
I slated to share honors P By \1"
;w
.
; for stuffy head
with Raft and C. Mm A Ii colds' misery
.archd
Marlene Dietrich, :
but Raft, who wiseGeo PENETRO DROPS
: : Raft WNU .- Sorvlce
ly realizes his limI-

tations, refused to appear with him.
Ida Lupino didn't want the talentedMr.
Bogart in "The Gentle People" $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
with her, either. Warners offered SHE

him a nice, fat part in "Bad Men of p OP We Can All Be
Missouri" but he would have none ?
of it, and was suspended.
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-I John Loveton, producer of "The EXPERT'BUYERS
I Court of Missing Heirs," insists that o

actors in mob scenes say sane, per-
, tinent words. He had his lesson long Y
ago; he was part of a mob sceneon
a radio drama broadcast, and O In bringing us buying Information,as
when an unexpected silence fell on .P. to prices that are being asked for
;-,
: the air his voice boomed out, shout- "WNU'n what we Intend to buy, and as to the
ing "Gobble! Gobble! Gobble!" quality we can expect,the advertising
He's never acted since, but as a di- I 1 columns of this newspaper perform a
worth while service which saves us
rector he cracks down on anyone
who doesn't contribute something Hell Brndle.te, !tie) many dollars a year. ?
sensible to those background mur- O It Is a good habit to form,the habitof
murs and mutterings. consulting the advertisements every
---7i--- time we make a purchase, though we
have. already decided just what we
Paramount believes that a new R want and where we are going to buyIt.
Jean Harlow, or Clara Bow, has I .It gives us the most priceless feelingIn
been discovered in the person of I the world the feeling of being

b "sultry, blonde" Veronica Lake, (to adequately prepared. -,

quote a press agent) who is featured S When we go Into a store,prepared
in "I Wanted Wings." "Not I beforehand with knowledge of what is
since Greta Garbo leaped to over- offered and at what price,we go as
night fame in her first picture, "The an expert buyer, filled with self-confi
Torrent," have New York movie dence.Is a pleasant feeling to have,
I critics lavished such acclaim upon a ByJ. the feeling of adequacy.Most of the
newcomer," to quote another press Millar F unhappiness In the world can be tracedto
release. Maybe so, but the low cut a lack of this feeling. Thus advertising -
of Miss Lake's necklines made suchan shows another of Ifs manifold
facets-shows Itself as an aid toward
impression a good manypeople -
making all our business relationships
that they hadn't a great deal to
more secure and pleasant.
say about her acting.

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... .A EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1941


held the first of the week ASTRONOMERS TO SEE WITH County'!+Att the 7n :and For All age of Legislation, the substance of
Hatch's Becomes... .. .... were Counties:! ' I rl:,";"r'...:,j I.',., :.t.-'':.' '17Burdine's ,:; at the Mayflower Hotel in _Jacksonville 800,000 EYE-POWER TELESCOl'EThe Having a Population of Not T-ess AN ACT Fixing the Compensation : -
with outstanding talks being -- Than 5,150 and Not More Than of Members of Board <>f
Store 5,300, According the 1940 Federal -
telescope to County Commissioners in Coun-
news- 200-Inch soon
several prominent
made by Census; Providing for the ties of the State of Florida Hav-
men. In the afternoon of the first be erected on Palomar Mountain in Appointment and Election Thereof ing a Population of Not Less
buses California will have 800,000 eye ; Prescribing the Duties and Than 5,160 and Not :More Than
crowd filled seventeen
the Powers of Said Officer
day Fixing
In line with its expansion policyEurdine's : 5,300, According to the 1940 Fed-
and St. the Better Vision the Term, of Office of Said Officer -
and be- for a trip to Marineland power, reports eral Census, and repealing All
has purchased and the ,Compensation to Be
the Laws in Conflict .
will penetrate Herewith.J.
Institute It
with a supper being serv- Paid
tomorrow will take over Augustine to Said Officer and Repeal- O.
DAVIDSON
ginning of Hatch'sStore ed by the Chamber of Commerce of heavens four times as far as the ing All Laws and Parts. of Lawsin Chairman Board of County;
the complete operation Conflict Herewith.J.
after- 100-Inch mirror on Mt. Commissioners of
The next present Hendry
Ancient City. .
In West Palm Beach. Roy the O. DAVIDSON, County Florida. .
connected with Bur- noon the City of Jacksonville did Wilson and will bring in 10 times Chairman Board of County April 11-18-25, May 2-9.
formerly Commissioners of
Mann, Hendry
entertaining with a trip to as many stars as astronomers have
the County, Florida. ..
dine's, Miami, and at present as-
Jacksonville Beach for swimming, ever photographed. April 11-18-25, May 2-9.
will be
sociated with Hatch's gen-
and a- fish fry to end the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
fishing
eral manager of the new store. FOR PASSAGE OF'SPECIAL
The Hatch store was establishedby day. A tour of Jacksonville was I> NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
eb.15
H.: G. Greer in 1909 and was arranged the next afternoon anda banquet that night ended the (Senate Hill No. 163) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat
purchased three :years later by the session of the. Legislature of
and session.On POEM Florida to convene in April 1941. application -
George N. Hatch of Rockledge NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
Orlando. The the first day, of the tour the Archie :May, holder of Tax Certificate' of will be made for the passage -
Yowell of special
N. P. or local Legislation
Out in the garden No. 96,
visited Silver Springs, Gaines- issued the 1st day of August, the substance of'which will be
Hatch's and group us
to
name was changed Right by the pond A. D. 1927. has filed same in my of- follows:
ville and other points and spent fice and has made application for a
later, as business increased it was AN ACT Providing for the
moved to the Sheen building on Thursday night in Orlando. To- There'' seems to be a fairy tax certificate deed to embraces be issued the thereon.following Said de- Payment bers of the of the Salaries of Mem-
School Boards in All
to day they are visiting Bok Tower, With a magic wand. scribed property in the County of
Clematis Street.. It was moved ,, Counties of the .State of Florida
and Hendry, State of Florida to-wit
Plant City :
Gardens, Having a Population
its present location in 1936 in a Cypress in St. For' there are lilies in the .'" Fourteen acres on east end of Than 5,150 and .Not of More Not Than Less
to spend the night Si
$300,000 building on which extensive Tampa, Tomorrow they will 'Water and flowers in, bloom acre of in SW'i Southeast of NW/4 corner except, Section one 5,300, According 'to the 1940 Federal -
Petersburg. Census and
Repealing All
were madein 9,
improvements
Township 43 S. Range 28 E.
the summer of 1940. visit Clearwater, Tarpon Springsand This the pleasantest place you The assessment of the said prop- Laws- in Conflict' C. Herewith.E.
return to Tampa for a tour of Ever would see away from erty under the said certificate issued Superintendent ofEPublic
brings the Southeast
to
Burdine's
was in the name of Louis Weisman.
section of Florida a reputation for the city, 'a banquet and dance at All the gloom.- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Instruction County, Florida.of Hendry
Terrace Hotel where RICHARD KNIGHT, according to law, the prop-
in the Tampa April 11-18-25,' May 2-9.
that is national
.. fashion prestige erty described therein will be sold
*" Burdine's trade mark, they will spend the night. Sundaythe Third Grade. to the highest bidder at the court
scope. trip will be made through cities house 'door on the first Monday In
"Sunshine Fashions" and the store'sdramatic will the month of May, 1941, which is the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
advertisements in national along the Tamiami Trail and WEINER ROAST 5th day of May. 1941. FOR PASSAGE OF

magazines are known all over end in Miami that night. A gala The High School girls gave the (SEAL Dated) ,this 10th day of April, 1941. SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION

America.As program is planned for the week- FFA boys stiff competition in the WILLIAM T. HULL,
it is end. diamond ball game Thursday after- Clerk of Circuit Courtof at NOTICE the session IS HEREBY GIVEN That
rapidly as possible, Hendry County, Florida. of the Legislature of
planned to introduce the same noon, April 17. The girls, the April 11, 18, 25, May 2. Florida to convene in April 1941. ap-
plication will be made for
policies and services at the new Scouts At District- losing,: team gave the boys a special or local legislation the passageof the

West Palm Beach store that are weiner roast on the levee the fol- substance of which will be as follows -

now In force at the Miami store. lowing Tuesday night. NOTICE OF FOR INTENTION PASSAGE OF TO APPLY An: Act providing that there

Burdine's famous Sunshine Fashions (Continued from Page 1) The boys just beat the girls 17 SPECIAL'' OR LOCAL LEGISLATIONNOTICE : shall be no closed season for
fishing with hook and line in the
'will be a featured part of all new and safety. to 12. The boys will confide In waters of Hendry County, Flor-

merchandise. Prices will be iden- The meeting next month will you- that they gave the girls 2 the session IS HEREBY of the Legislature GIVEN Thatat of ida. ELBERT L. STEWART,

tical on similar, merchandise at all be held in Clewiston. points. But the girls believe they Florida to'-convene in April 1941, application Representative Hendry County.

stores. Charge customers will soon, Attending from Clewiston were: played hard for those points. No I will be made for the pass Mch. 28, Apr. 4, 11, 18. 25.

.
Charles Benson, Assistant ---------
be given a charge plate that will Scoutmaster hard feelings-just friendly com-

lie honored at all Burdine stores.A Junior Scoutmaster, Bobby petition. 1:N:MMMM N:N H :N:N:N: :N:N:.1:H N;N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:.:.:-tiN N:N:N:N N N:1 :N'.: ..:Ht.
,brief history of Burdine's Broadfoot; Assistant Scoutmaster,
.
shows the amazing growth of this G. M. Ford; Troop Committeemen,

organization in only 43 years. W. C. Owen and A. W. Lawrence; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY ..? .
A. R. Broadfoot Nick FOR PASSAGE OF ::: I .
Started in 1938, when :Miami hada 11.V. Bigg, ; SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION ,. {
population of only 600, the store Schiffli, Oliver' and Jack Martinez: t X

under the founder, W. M. Frank Conkling and Sammy Young NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat .' .
grew 1'
Burdine, Sr. Roddy Burdine suc- of the Tiger Patrol; Sonny Vaughn, Florida the session to convene of the in April Legislature 1941, application of-

ceeded as head of the firm upon the Bruce Beardsley, Billy Perry of will be made for the.passage JI i CLEWISTON 60LF t 1JI

death of his father in 1911. Un-, the Flying Eagle Patrol; Sherwood of substance special of or which local will Legislation be as, fol-the

der his leadership Burdine's press- Hall, Dick Hanna, Dick lows: '
Elkins Fernie Elkins and Gene AN ACT to Declare Designateand :i:
ed forward to leadership in the Establish Certain State Roadsin :i=

fashion world. Today manufac- Doke ofthe Alligator Patrol. Hendry County, Florida.J. .
DAVIDSON, COURSE :::
turers eagerly cooperate in pro- Chairman Board of County ; > ', .
ducing styles, colors and fabric Clinic For Crippled Commissioners of Hendry .

which are' first presented through April County 11-18-25,Florida.:May 2-9. t;;. :

Burdine's to the American public.It Children To Be Held { /

is the aim of Burdine's to pro- ....... .. t
'
Vide the residents of this area NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY ::: :, -..' I
.,'., ",
'
FOR PASSAGE OF /:
with the same high standards of Officials of the American Legion SPECIAL"" OR LOCAL LEGISLATION } I !

merchandise and service facilities Hospital for Chippled Children in X
.. '
that have made the original store St. Petersburg have announced a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat :::
the session, of the Legislature of
clinic to be held 'in Arcadia Satur-
1
famous. Florida to convene in' April 1941, ap-
day, May'3,..from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m., plication will be made for the pass-

National Editors- on the ground floor of the Masonic the age substance'of special of or which local will Legislation be as fol-, 1 to the Public
Ij Open I
Hall on North Monroe avenue. lows: .
Office of
ACT the
All children in' this county who AN Creating i i iI'

(Continued from Page 1) have been to previous. clinics and

department heads are expected to any new cases of burns, spine or ..-M--. : :NNNNMNNNNNHNNNNNNNNN.is .. ..:.. I'', .t.
..
: J !
be on hand to welcome the guests, bone deformities, cleft palate or ; : :

and make hare invited to report for .
answer their questions lip are

their visit to the Clewiston area J]'r examination. Surgeon in charge Aj =i: .y?. }

as interesting and unforgettable. as' will be Dr. C. L. Farrington, and : .. : ..
; SIR WALTER RALEIGH DID .z. Y t
possible.The he will be assisted by Mrs. Helen

number in the party to come McLeod and Mrs. Jo Trigg, field 1;$: NOT VISIT NORTH AMERICA :$;: Y Y I f

here from Miami cannot as yet be nurses. V X Y =

determined because in that city the There is .no charge for examina- :X: Sir Walter Raleigh never got AA : ::: Moderate Green Fees :::
to the North{'
tour splits, many of the visitors tion, and American Legion and any nearer -
that :X: American mainland than NewX:: :: Exceptional Fairways j
officials anxious
availing themselves of a special ex- Auxiliary are ::
.{. foundland. He did visit South ; .. ,
cursion rate for a trip to Havana.It every child in the community whois X ; t Ii.
is expected, however, that con- handicapped by deformities be :X: America. 1.-"Popular Questions A: ::: Interesting Greens :=!:

; Answered" Geo. W. :X: ... ..
siderably more than half of the present. This is the only clinic ::
*
X
group will come here. which will be held in this vicinitythis Stimpson.' .t .

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