The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00837
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00837
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7,000 Celebrate As Most Engineers Called To National Editors Are

Work In SebringFive

Successful Sugar Season survey parties have been Charmed By Reception

sent by the local sub-office of'U..

Closed Last WeekEndMore S. Engineers this week to Sebring Given
where they will be engaged in a By ClewistonGrade

comprehensive topographic surveyof
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O the site selected the Seb-
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I Sugar Produced Officers Are ElectedAt ring two or airport.three weeks The work after will which take' a School To Close More Than 500 Here

I Than In Any Previous Baseball MeetingAt topographic the Clewiston map will office be for preparedby use in On Monday,' May 12thThe In Two Groups

making ,estimates and asking for
Season'A bids for the new airport. Hubert This Week'Approxima't
a baseball meeting held in primary and elementary
Land Fred Flanders, Martin
the old city hall Tuesday evening grades of the Clewiston school will
total of more than seven Peter Chagaris was elected presi- of Miami, G. O. Wallace and 'G. end their eight month term on ly 250 newspapermen

thousand people, including both dent of the Clewiston baseball i M. Ford head the survey crews anda Monday, May 12, it was stated this and women, on a tour of Florida -
white and colored workers and sixth, headed by Frank Cothern following the convention of
club, G. E., Etherton business manager I morning by Principal R. W. Turk
friends of the corporation were en- and C. E. Miner, playing man- will go to work the first of week.A. and the closing program of these the National Editorial Associationin
tertained during the annual har- ager. R. Broadfoot, head of the local will be Jacksonville the first of last
grades held on that evening.
vest events by the United States Measurements were taken of the sub-office, went over the air- Other grade schools of the coun- week, arrived in Clewiston at 1:00
in 'celebrationof port site the past week-end with afternoon aboard
Sugar Corporation players present for new uniforms ty will close next Friday but an Tuesday a fleetof
the of another most the district engineer, Col. W. C. nine chartered buses
ending suc- which will probably be ordered at i extra day lost in the local school were the
cessful harvest season. The' seriesof once and be ready for the start of Weeks, and his assistant, Col. T. D. : forces an additional day's teach- guests of the ,City of Clewiston and
events of the festival began the season.A Simpkins. It is the proposed site the United States Sugar Corporation -

t Thursday morning and ended at practice game, with Belle of an army air corps training ing.The high school will completethe for several hours and gave
one o'clock Sunday morning with school. every evidence of having enjoyed
: Glade was announced for Sunday, nine-month term running just
the last number played 'by the. orchestra May 11._ Actual practice locallywas four weeks longer than the grade their _stay here to the fullest.
1 at the dance in the sugar begun on Tuesday afternoonof school. Another group of about the same

: warehouse. ( this week. DISTRICT GOVERNOROF size is expected here about noon

Complete figures of the crop sea- today. This is, the section of the
t son just closed have not as yet EngineerOn NEA party which took advantageof
Olin Waters' Father
been announced by the, corporationbut KIWANIS VISITEDON a special excursion to ,Cuba.
a very: close approximation is Lock In St. Lucie Leaving Jacksonville last Thurs

given in the figures of the United Dies In Port Tampa day morning the group visited

States Department of Agriculture -, I WEDNESDAY NITE Donald L. Hansen, inspector on points of interest on their was

released this week. M. L.' Waters, 66, father of Olin : several of the larger structures down the state arriving in Miami

These figures show that 956,000 Waters of Clewiston, died Wednesday constructed by the U. S. Engineersin Sunday night. They spent two

short tons of cane were ground at at the home of a brother in 'District Governor of Kiwanis In the lake project has been appointed nights and a day there and left

the Clewiston sugar house for the Port Tampa. Olin Waters, who has, ternational, Frank S. Wright of to succeed Cameron J. Tuesday morning for Hollywood

making of sugar and another 27- been seriously ill from an infection Gainesville, was the guest speakerat Smith as resident engineer at the where they had breakfast at the

000 tons was retained for seed., was unable to go 'to his fath- the weekly meeting of the local new St. Lucie Lock. Mr. Smith Hollywood- Beach Hotel before leaving -

From this tonnage was produced er's bedside or to attend the funeral. Kiwanis Club on Wednesday nightof was transferred to Albany, Ga. for Clewiston over Road 26.

101,000 short tons of sugar, 96 this week and in honor of his Mr. Hansen will act as construc- They .were expected here about

per cent raw basis, which establishes Mrs.. Olin Waters left Thursdayto I visit it was also made a Ladies' tion supervisor and will also remain eleven o'clock but there was a delay -

a new record for Florida. The attend the funeral., Night. as lockmast when the new in leaving the coast and it was

season was approximately the same I I :Mr.: Wright praised the Clewis- lock is completed. after one o'clock when the buses

length as the previous best season, ton club for 'its activities during I were sighted.

4F 1938-39 of 174 days but the sugar the, past two ,years 'and appearedto Stopping for a rest period at the

+, produced that year was only 85,663 TOMATO SHIPMENTS be' extremely well informed on Clewiston Inn the visitors, both

{' short tons, considerably less than the program, and activities. He SALE OF DEFENSE men and women, expressed amazement -

the amount this season. 29,700 acres said that he had set" his year's goalat at finding such a modern,
of sugar cane were harvested withan a .ten per cent increase in mem- BONDS WAS BEGUN up-to-date hotel in the middle of

average yieid'per acre of 32.1 bership and the Clewiston club had the Everglades. They were met at

tons. It must be borne in mind PROSPECTS GOODSome surpassed this mark in the first the' Inn by officfa.ls' the United

thatr-these t,1'eroimatefigures.. -four months. _This; was the' '46th I THURSDAY BY P. 0. States Sugar 'Corporation, the city

; released:-fromjWashington' and ap club out of the 64 in the state that newspaper representatives and other

,: subject to" change when the sugar- light picking of tomatoeswas he has visited since taking officein receptionists s who gccClDlpanied'them

corporation 'makes its report. started this week in the Clew- January. He was particularly United States Defense Savings on the tour of points of interest -

The highlight of the harvest festival iston -farming area,. will increase complimentary toward the vocational '. Bonds and Postal Savings Stamps and attempted to-answer the

was the, ,barbecue and dan<:o substantially next week and proportionately guidance committee for its work.r went on sale at the local post-office maze of questions asked ,by this

for white 'employees and their during each succeed- here and gave 'several examples of I yesterday morning, as 'in all of group of professional interrogators.At .

friends at the big new sugar ware- ing, week reaching ,a' peak toward, how such programs had materially the .t'--rtnstnffifoc' --_._--: throughout the .r.>o_ the big sugar warehouse
house Saturday night. More than the latter part of May aided boys at the University of I I tion. tables had been arranged and the

2,000 plates were served at the G. B. McDuffie, E. B. ;Bethea Florida. I Postmaster A. W. Sias reportedthe group was quickly served a delicious

barbecue' beginning at seven ,o'- and H. C. Avant have picked from Mrs. Erwin Johnwick of South first sale of defense stampsto luncheon of barbecued mo
clock and the crowd was so much lasses-fed beef with salad, pickles,
small acreages this week and pos- Bay played several violin selections lIrs.A.. W.' Lawrence and stated -
larger than had been for olives and buns coffee tea and ice
prepared ,
that about dollars
others seventeen
, ,- sibly have started picking accompanied at the piano by Miss
that several hundred are said to, who have not been reported. The Eleanor Hearn 'of Belle Glade. worth of the stamps were sold dur- cream. Local girls waited tables
have arrived too, late for eats. During and the serving was expertly handled -
Farm ing the first No bonds ,
Beardsley! picked 330 field Others who attended the meet- day. were
the barbecue the United'States Mrs. C. L. her
crates during the week, 117 cratesof ing were Miss Helen Stoltenberg of sold during the day. by Downs and
Sugar Corporation band played several staff from the Clewiston Inn.
which were picked Monday and Belle 'Glade, Erwin Johnwick of The Defense Savings Bond is
numbers and a: guest singer sold, for $4.00. The others are I South Bay, Mr. and Mrs. N. ''V. S. similar to the "Baby Bond" which During the luncheon the United

from West Palm Beach sang several 'being packed and shipped. Mumford, Dr. and :Mrs. O. has 'been on sale since 1935 and States Sugar Corporation Band under -
solos. Barbecued beef and I F'I Director Frank Sturchio pla-,
about five billion dollars worth
Market reports; from New. York Schiffli, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.'
pork, pickles, buns, coffee, ice ed a group of eight numbers which
this morning show a steady high witt, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, I have been sold. It is purchased for
cream and lemonade were served. price of from $3.00 to $5.50 per Miss Dorothy Ahrent and Miss $18.75 and is worth $25.00 at the the visitors appeared to greatly en

The barbecue was served in the lug and indications are that the Mary Markette as guests and the end of a ten-year period,. an increase joy.
east of the the luncheon Russell
end and
great building Following
market will be stronger. Cuban following Kiwanians and wives: in value of one-third at an
the northwest section was kept Kay, president of the Florida Press
t shipments are about Mexican interest late of 2.9 cent com-,
over, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mr. and per
clear for' dancing which started at Association and of the
shipments are growing smaller, bad Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs.J. pounded semi-annually. Any time
nine o'clock with music West NEA tour brief talk in,
by a gave a
weather is curtailing crops ,in Texas E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs' A. after sixty days the bond may be
Palm Beach dance orchestra. .It which he paid a tribute to the
and only a comparatively few 'V: Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. redeemed for cash at the redemption -
is estimated that at least a thou. sugar corporation and the work it,
light shipments are coming from Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. value shown ,on the bond.
sand people came for the dance in is doing in the 'glades. He intro-
; Puerto Rico.C. ,Perry, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Bonds are sold in denominations
addition to those at the barbecuefor duced President Clarence R. Bit-
E. Miner and W. S. ,Bowdon Mr. and Mrs E.: M. Cornette, Mr. of $25, $50, $100, $500 and $1,000all
a total attendance of than ting who arose from his table to
more ,
expect to pick the first fruit from and Mrs. J. F.. Tippey, Miss Marion of which are sold for seventy-
three thousand. Favors of' noisemakers acknowledge the introduction and
their hundred acre field next"week.. five cent of their maturity
';' Leydig, Jerry Wilcox, J. G. Nib- per
; confetti W. Moran and
paper and Jay vice-president
caps Mr. Miner states that this will be lack, A. W. Sias, J.V.. Ezelle, G. value and mature in ten :years. A
were distributed in who a brief
great quanti- general manager gave
( only avery light picking. Their H. Brown and M. C. Doke. special bond has been made up for
: ties and a real festival atmosphere welcome to the group and called
field is located near Benbow Vil- sale through banks and direct from
prevailed. The hall was decorated to attention to the program outlinedand
who wish
lage. Washington to those
with bunting, flags and greenery. Billiard and ElvidgeTo purchase up to $50,000 worth of ,the samples of sugar and sugar
;' The Eastern Division barbecue cane and pamphlets which had been
f was attended by approximately Colored Draftee Left Appear Here bonds a year. arranged for each guest.
'The savings stamps offer an opportunity -
2200 colored employees and their Mr. Moran introduced W. F.
for the small investor to
families as well as sugar officialsand For Blanding Today : Therkildson, editor of the All-
purchase a bond on the easy pay-
others. The program of field Lucile Elvidge, brilliant young sold from Florida section of the Miami Her-
-' ment plan with stamps
; events and other festivities lasted Johnnie B. Smith of Clewiston, solo actress, and Paul Hilliard, ten cents to $5.00. When the ald who told the sugar story to

__,: throughout the day Friday. In the colored draftee, left today for tenor, both American artists'of- booklet given with such purchaseis the visitors In an interesting and'
,- Western Division barbecues and national reputation, will appear in convincing manner. -
... Camp Blanding to be inducted into filled it may be turned in fora .
1 field events were held in each vill- service for the U. S. Army. a performance *for Clewiston loversof bond as each of these binders has An NEA director, N. F. Hill of

:;.. (Continued on Page 4) The last four negro draftees the song and' dramatic arts next space for $18.75 worth of stamps. Iowa, responded to the 'addresses

i -' from the county were returned be- Friday night, May 9, at eight- Not only the postmasters but of welcome for the guests and referred -

l 1={:: May Day Program Is cause of physical condition. Two thirty o'clock at, the Clewiston Inn every civic organization, defense to the Clewiston visit as the

_' were said to have had persistent through special'arrangement with, council, and patriotic American is highlight of a most wonderful tour.

! '.. Postponed To Tuesday hypertension, making them unfit the management. being urged to do his part in pro- Following the luncheon the
permanently for service. The The performance of the artists group boarded the buses and were
,' army moting the sale of these bonds, thus
,,' other two were given temporary rejections here has been made possible aiding in financing the governments taken on a tour of Townsite Village -
p"; The May Day program scheduled one for insufficent num- through advance support of patrons huge defense program. stopping at the recreation
to have been held yesterday afternoon ber of grinding molars and anotherfor composed of most of the leading; hall where the colored Choral
on the school campus was a mild veneral disease. business and professional people of \VELuTJTO BERMUDAThe : Group gave a number of selections.The .

j ':': postponed until Tuesday afternoon The local draft office has installed the city. t group then bade Clewiston
1 ,-"-;: of next week because of the two telephone this week and Although the exact program is I dredge Welatka of- the U. S. what appeared to be a really reluctant -

):;,, : days of rain which left the groundswet may be, reached by calling 12. not available at. this time it will Engineers which did considerablework farewell. "
.'- wet and prevented practice for the be composed of literary and song in the Lake on the levees The original program for Clew-

. two days. Coral Gables is "Sweet Sixteen"this interpretation ranging, in choice of I and which has been tied up in Jacksonville iston was disrupted by the latenessof

f: The program will go ahead as week, celebrating the 16th an- material from the modern to the for several months has been the group's arrival and inclement

; scheduled on Tuesday afternoon niversary of her incorporation. She classic-lyric, narrative, dramaticby ordered to Bermuda for a construc- weather. This program will

;, beginning at two o'clock and in welcomed 500 editors and '''pub- Lucile Elvidge and from songs I tion job. Capt. F. D. King will be followed more closely ,today with

f.i. .:.: said to be the* most colorful MayDay lishersr members of the National from the operas and classic songs remain in charge and many of the the second group. .

program, ever planned for Editorial Association, touring the to modern airs,' serious and comic old crew members from this area More than forty states are' rep-

Clewiston: state, to her "birthday party." I ,(Continued on Pace 4) have been called back to work. (Continued on Page 4) '


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Where.Days Are BornThe

I Mechanized FishingThe r

International Date Line,
which like the
Equator, is an
fishing industry, oldest of American industries, and one of the imaginary line, runs between two
machine column. Where r II islands: known as Big Diomedesand
in the
largest, has finally accepted a place
New England fishing ports almost I Little Diomedes, situated almost -
snoivy-sailed schooners put out from I halfway between the main-
since the coming of the Pilgrims, trim Diesel-engined trawlers now go twNUS., tt. lands of Asia and Alaska. It is
forth. Operating from Massachusetts ports is the Forty Fathom Fleet. I here, between the Old World and
D. C. Come aboard one of the trawlers and let's go to the,fishing grounds. Notes of an the New, that each -new day is
SAVING MONEY Innocent Bystander: born, and when it is New 'Year's'
....... .. .,., ._ '
If ) >-;'<- : : <>> <:r: )o21.Jf.&jH The Front day on Big Diomedes it
One of defense price regulator Pages: The Jap-Bolo is still a
Leon Henderson's staunchest sup- toast to love each other to pieces, full 24 hours behind on Little Dio-
porters is Donald Nelson, dollar-a- the story of the year for The Daily medes.
year OPM purchasing chief. Worker, caught that Commy sheet The selection of this particularspot
At a meeting of his lieutenants, with its tongue tied. It offered no to decide the beginning of
Nelson said: "We've got to watch lowdown on the pact on the day each day 'was decided by an in-
price advances like a hawk. Our when the yarn broke. Next day ternational committee of scientists
national economy won't stand for (maybe on a tip from the Kremlin) who took every other' possible -
any price skyrocketing. I want you it decided the treaty was, an instrument site into consideration.
to catch every bid where prices are .p. of peace. The sheet claimed
out of line, and if we can't scale Russia remains a "staunch friend"of
them down, we'll turn the case over the Chinese. Of course, the pact .
to Leon." gives the Japs the green light to exterminate -
Several days later an assistant, these "staunch friends," m iii.7ESI
examining cotton gauze prices sub- but the Bolos feel that anybody who .
mitted by three companies holding points this out is a dirty counter-

army contracts, smelled a mouse revolutionary capitalist Alsop
and showed the figures to Nelson. ; .'. and Kintner don't agree with The wI?
The prices of two of the firms were Worker's rose-tinted picture. They
okay, but the third had boosted its I canvassed the State Dep't and
bid 10 cents. Checking, Nelson found couldn't get anybody to deny that
that wages in mills had not ad- Stalin signed on the dotted line be- r
vanced and that a large stock of cause Hitler cracked the whip IUS, ,
cotton was on hand. Gen. Robert C. Richardson makes a GREEK ;-
So he called the manufacturer and good start as boss of public rela- QHYSICIAH,
firmly informed him that unless his re is a big-trawl-a net shaped like a big bag. As much'.as 5,000 tions for the army. "Don't try to 1
price was put back into line the fur pounds of fish can be hauled in at one lick in this bag. conceal information from the news-
would fly. Next day the company papers," he advised his helpers.
submitted reduced figures. "They will only get it anyway-
Note-Nelson's biggest problem in yls\'x d# y \C,: 1s'. from unofficial sources" "Com- DETERMINED TOFWPA .
keeping defense prices from soar- f' 1y:: srt d 4s:'. munist's Wife Accused as Killer," BEfTFRNJAY h'
ing is the military brass-hats, who headlines The Post. Say, we know TO UFT V/ATK. / -
are rated chiefly for their abilityto :. i\r C vk people who think being a colum- HE INVENTED
get materials for the army and nist's wife is a sure-fire. defense for THE PUMP
navy, and not on the price the gov- murder. AR0UNP zso ac.
ernment has to fork out.
The Wireless: The radio is one
BILL OF FRILLS of the busiest Nazi weapons in the THE BETTED WAY i&TREAT
Press gallery wits have taken to 'sJ'n Balkans. Their prize flash was the CONSTIPATION DUE T&LACK Of
referring to the stymied $150,000,000 lie about the British quitting PROPER"eULJC" IN THE DIET/ 15 70
emergency defense housing meas- Greece, but they landed some important CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE
ure as the "bill of frills." This is a minor falsehoods on the local TROUBLE WITH A DELICIOUS
soft impeachment. Not in a long networks. One newscaster is a CEREAL, KO1066$
time has an important piece of legis- pushover for their alarms. His /UL-0OW..EAT I
lation suffered more from congres- late-at-night defeatism never holdsup ft EVERY DAY L
sional obstruction and inconsistency. in the- morning, but it helps AND DRINK PlEN1Y 'f R
Introduced several months ago to Goebbels lot by adding to the wor- OF WATER. .t
meet an urgent defense situation, ries of Americans. A dope at the
the bill was stalled for 10 days in mike is just as useful to the Nazisas
the house rules committee by a a spy Gen'l 'Johnson took a
noisy row over the installation of belt at some of the war "predicters Unfortunate One
"frills," such as refrigerators and ," meaning air commentators. There is no one more unfortunate -
gas .stoves, in homes for defense The Gen'l is an odd one to objectto than the man who has never
workers. forecasters. Consider all those been unfortunate, for it has never

Finally, after inserting an amend- %ff'ii;" uneaten guesses of his left over from been in his power to try himself.-
ment barring these appliances, the Us; f .ZC S the November elections It was Seneca.
House passed the measure and it Above: After sword- \\1./" ; strictly knockdown-and-drag-out
went to the senate. There it ran play. Sharks are not the VfY. r when Col. Breckinridge and Sen.
head on into another "frill" tanglein worst offenders. The re- \10\ ya Tobey, clashed on a forum. They GIVE THE AIR TO
reverse. ,This, time a "frill" was pair crew. had to mend r junked the issue and grabbed at each .. SNIFFLESPENETROoNR .
put into the bill. .' a big hole in the net { other's throats. This ringsider scoreda S. 0f
Brick makers protested that the after a swordfish had &y win for the Colonel.

$3,000 limit specified for each' hous- been rough with it. f
unit barred the of bricks, iyy :rq. Due to Fail
ing use
trawler -1 Typewriter Ribbons: Masaryk's:
Occasionally a .. .
and demanded that the ante be g4;{? :7ki Those who plot the destructionqf
Dictators always look good until the
raised to 3500.: One of the chief brings in something the last five minutes F. Scott others often fall themselves.-
pro-brick spokesmen was Sen. Bob fishermen hadn't bar- Phaedrus.
Fitzgerald's: He had begun to have
Taft of.Ohio, a leading economy ad- gained for. The shark at the .y? that harassed and aghast feeling of
vocate, who sought to slash-the lend- right, for instance. This, is a those who live always on the edgeof
lease appropriation on the ground 7 ft. blue shark. The liver is solvency Emerson's: Every

that it was excessive.On valuable. b n i ,4n Y, r hero becomes a bore at last 9
the'argument that savings in 'k Emma Squire's: Waves leaped : .

paint, repairs and heating'through against the bow like rowdy dogs
the use of brick would more than eager to play H. W. Beecher's: May Warn of Disordered
offset the $500 difference, the sen- Poverty is very good in poems, but Kidney Action
ate approved the boost-and added very bad in the house . J.Graham's Modern life with Its hurry and worry
another delay. For now the amended Irregular habits, improper eating and
that when
: drinking-its risk of exposure and infec
measure has to go back to the ... in the afford.to tion-throws heavy strain on the work
's you're right can
;.,: lf ? < you
r u%:': ;:;ya i(4? ; ; t.x>; of the kidneys.They are apt to become
house for it to decide whether bricks
'S ya' 'N.S' and that whenyou acid
keep your temper over-taxed and fail to filter excess
fall in' the same "luxury" categoryas {;'is:+i%: are in the wrong you can't afford and other impuritiea from the lif egivineblood. ; !:
refrigerators and gas ranges. e.a'I M r: to lose it. You. suffer nagging backache,
Note-In an effort to make up ,).: :{.yuic;% headache dizziness, getting up nights,
some of the time wasted by the frill- leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired
M f Rots,,S S }.:'Nw, S Mirii.4y + Notes of a New Yorker: ,nervous all worn out. Other signs
conscious boys on Capitol HilJ, Defense ; of kidney or bladder disorder are some-
Housing Co-ordinator Palmer 'U.t? }kp'i ,. Bob Considine, Arch MacDonaldand times burning, scanty or too frequent
{" '. r. :xauk4JrtFavX: $ k rt: rj.YY a1J"t;Ycykrt 9zt.R: \k o urination. -
has gone ahead with plans for a others were talking shop and Try Doan't Pt'H Doon't help the
number of projects, 'ready to start about Damon Runyon's genius kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
than half a
have had more
the moment the bill becomes law. "I remember once," said Considine, waste.century They of public approval. Are recom-
-One will be the largest low-cost "at a World's Series first game- mended by grateful users everywhere.
housing project ever undertaken, by all of us in the press-box ran out of All your neighbor!
the government. fingernails trying to dream up a
*. snazzy lead paragraph. And all of DOAN SPILLS
MERRYGOROUNDMrs. us kept tearing the paper out of the
Roosevelt has been invited typewriter and starting over and
to address the national Townsend over again i striving to be clever. 18-41
Plan convention in Buffalo early in Except Runyon. He began his WNU-7
July. Meanwhile, Sen. Sheridan story: 'Yanks, 2; Reds, 1.' "
Downey of California, chief Town- 7'tzct : I
sendite spokesman in congress, has The three most distinguished Off
told leaders of the movement that Americans to visit England in the
he will force a vote on their old-age past year were Welles, Willkie and
pension plan in the senate by offer- -- .- Winant. One alert lad suggests that ADVERTISINGeADVERTISING
ing it as an amendment to the tax there is a symbolic connotation in
bill next month. In the fishing grounds' they still heave the lead, as shown at the left the first syllables of their names,
Justice Stanley Reed follows the above. In the hollow bottom of the weight there is a grease which bringsup to wit: We-lles WILL-kie WIN-ant.
practice of the late great Justice a sample of the sea bottom. Right: One of the "ships that pass."
Oliver Wendell Holmes in picking anew Max Miller, author of "I 'Cover
t legal clerk every year, explains A cleaning crew in action. the Waterfront," "Reno," and oth- represents the leadership ofa

that he does it chiefly for his own f They sort the fish, slit and er books, lives in La Jolla, Calif., nation. It points,the way.
benefit, to get the different view- clean them, and stow them in a home right on the edge of the
points of bright young men. below in layers of ice. Pacific. The excessive Winter We merely follow-follow to

'Feature of the latest issue of the a: a rains, aided by ,faulty drainage, of comfort of
Republican, monthly party maga- mf r f b. t --- _..",>>y.,, ":>,<.:..?,<': shoved several tons of the beach new heights ,
zine, is an article by a Democrat on i ry sand and dirt into his basement and convenience of happiness.As .
"'What's Wrong With the G. O. P." furnace room Angry, he filed
i In a poll of 5,765 college students on suit against the city for damages.All time goes on advertis-
the "greatest weakness" of the Re-. he got was a lot of horse laughs
ing is used more and more,
publican party, 35.2 per cent an- and a newspaper headline which T
swered "Lack of touch with com- taunted: "Max' Miller Used to and as it is used more we 1
mon people"; 24.4 per cent held "No Cover the Waterfront and Now the
all profit more. It's the way :
co-ordinated program"; 25.6 per Waterfront Covers Max' Miller.
cent "Divided leadership" ; and 14.8 I advertising has-
per cent "Other reasons." Several books about Winston
The late Sen. Morris Shepard of Churchill have come out suddenly.One of bringing a profit to t
Texas was known to the public contains the story of the lady everybody concerned, i
chiefly as the father of prohibition, who harped on British war aims.
but on Capitol Hill he was considered She wanted to know what Britainwas the consumer includedWashington i
a great worker for preparedness fighting for. To which he grimly I IT Ifr I
l as well as a tolerant, kindly told her: "If we left off fightingyou I I
friend would soon find out." I



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Never allow cold water to run I A scrubbing brush with stiff

I etisa SGE SCREE U A10 into an aluminum pan while it is bristles is invaluable when wash-

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By VIRGINIA VALE id contraction of metal will cause splashed hems or other stains on
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pan to warp.' white clothes. Lay the, cloth
HAYWORTH, whose *' smoothly on the washboard, wet

:a RITA to movie heights Cream cheese mixed with a little the brush, rub it across a bar of
I chili sauce or catsup makes a soap, then scrub the garment with
.makes one Hollywood'smost I I piquant filling for sandwiches. strokes of the brush.

spectacular success They are especially appealing witha *

stories, has drawn the co- hot beverage. Remove seeds from dates with a

starring role opposite Fred sharp-bladed paring knife. Keep

y. /; !\.staire in Columbia's "He's My A large banana and two ouncesof your fingers moistened with cold
Uncle" because she cream cheese mashed and water to prevent dates from stick

( *:* 1 really deserves it.l mixed together makes a delicious. I ing. Store dates in covered jar ina
4 spread. for crackers. cupboard.
This is a really important -

ID picture; the
r MI/ songs are by Cole '
,. >, Porter, the dance sequences -

C r r/J;s r will be di- ; //I: ;
.:f'r '-ONTHRIFT -" rected by Robert Al- :

ton, who did the
dance routines for ,
three of Broadway's
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most' popular cur-
ii' CUTS_MORE MEAT FOR YOUR MONEY rent musicals. Rita's
(See Recipes Below) internationally
.j a member of the i
Hayworth known 4 anthemum. Use two shades of a

MEATS FOR: BUDGET MEALS THIS WEEK'S MENU Cansino family; has danced all her i color, with white,. gray, tan or
I three colors.

If you're meat-wise, then you're} : Cream of Pea Soup life. -_. -- 4 .} /
For the less expensive Pattern 6896 contains instructions foi
budget-wise Stuffed Shoulder of Lamb Did happen to listen to Bing
cuts of meat have you making rug; illustrations of it and
1 w 4 away of making Parsley Buttered Potatoes Crosby's radio program the night J: stitches; materials, needed; color schemes.

bra food dollars really -' Buttered Carrot Strips Carrol Naish appeared. it? .If Send order: to:
.. you did, you'll remember that Naish .
s-t-r-e-t-c-h. Sweet Cabbage Relish :
Irish ballad. Until then : flr. ;
:, ; What's more, Peppermint Ice Cream Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. 1
in Hollywood knew that he
the thrift cuts of Chocolate Cup Cakes 82 Eighth Ave. New York .
voice and had
l had a good baritone ,
meat are equallyas *Recipe Givenbe Enclose 15 cents in coins.for Pat
the, stage. William C.
chock full of sung on tern No..........
: Thomas of the Pine-Thomas organi-

flavor guarding, health-vita- fairly thick, firm, flaky, cream- zation, producing aviation picturesfor NameAddress...............................

mins, bodybuilding white. In ''lower grades fat is softer Paramount listened, and learned. ....................eo.......

proteins and minerals as the yellower. Though priceper Naish was already booked for a,role
pound will perhaps exceed that of in "Forced Landing"-now he's
more expensive ones. When you
rib roast, it is all solid meat-no scheduled to sing a song as well as .
buy a roast instead of chops; rllIC
! hamburger instead of steak; or baby bones, no fat, no waste'of any kind.It act. RAZOR BLADESO
beef goes a long way. For best .results --7:
liver instead of calves liver,
" your economy isn't depriving your slice very thin. Ella Neal established something ol ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE O
family or guests of even a teeny, a record recently when she appeared -
weeny bit of,food value. That's the in three pictures in three E';
= .
Pattern 6896. .v.Iy
verdict of nutrition experts. And ing 'pan. Sprinkle with salt and days. On Wednesday she was Jon .BC"AQ. '

they know. pepper. Place in moderate oven Hall's handmaiden in "Aloma of the A BRIGHT decoration in any U;for lOc B LADES Slnel* lOc
Economy purchasing meat (325 degrees F.) and allow about South Seas"; Thursday morning, for room, this rug crocheted in 7 STORM"for
comes from knowing the wide variety 25 minutes per pound for rare, beef, "Buy Me That Town," she was a four strands of string, candlewickor KNOWN FROM COAST TO COASTO
28 to 30 for medium and about 35 mother at her baby's christening;
of different available looks like .
meat cuts rags a large chrys- CUPPLES COMPANY ST. LOUIS MO. O
and from purchasing some of the for well done. Do not baste. Potatoes Friday, she played a Mexican bridein

. cuts which are not in greatest de may be -cooked in same pan "Hold Back the Dawn"-for that

mand. For example, a pot roast of with roast. one she had to say 'something in aP BIG 11-OUNCE

I,, beef, delicious as it is and as muchas Swedish Meat Balls. Spanish, which she doesn't under- 8.-neCIAL

it is enjoyed by everyone, sells (Serves 6) stand; she's still. wondering what it BOTTLE OfMisused

.considerably less per pound than 2 pounds finely ground beef meant.
j ,a rib roast of 1 cup mashed potato --7f--:

I' beefAThe7.reason;, TODAY _% cup apple;,sauce I If ,you enjoyed, "The Cat and the f'H
of course, is: that CHUCK lj/fc teaspoons salt Canary," made two years ago, you'll
there is'a greater ROAST Vz teaspoon pepper look forward with

I I demand for rib fr % teaspoon nutmeg good reason... to sri
i r roast. Shortening "Nothing But the

You'll surely be 1 can vegetable soup Truth," in which the A 1 HONEY & ALMOND CREAM

pleased, and sur- % cup milk same stars Bob
prised, too, at the Combine beef, potato, apple sauce Hope and PauletteGoddardappear.It's Regular $1 size /

way you can save and seasonings. Roll into small balls limited
money on your ":;i the size of walnut.. Brown well in in the hands of the only-4 fJ

.. food budget, at the same time add- hot shortening, in baking dish. Pouron same director, Elli- ,._. _4'won't
ing variety both your family and soup and milk and bake in mod- ott Nugent. It's, the
company meals, by following to- erate oven (375 degrees F.'Thicken'' hilarious story of a it
Necessity It is the argument of tyrants; is
day's penny-pincher recipes. serve. stock broker who
t Necessity is the plea for every I the creed of slaves.-Pitt, the
J Stuffed Shoulder of Lamb. Cubed Steak With Vegetables.Cube bets $10,000 that he infringement of human freedom. Elder. '
How to Buy: Good quality lamb is 1 pound of thrifty cut of tell a lie for 24 Bob Hope

pinkish and wellmarbledvith fat.' steak, such as round or chuck. hours, and the, cast
Outside, fat is smooth, hard, glossy Brown it in hot fat. Add 1-cup boil- includes such capable actors 'as Ed
ing water and 1 teaspoon cornstarch ward Arnold, Grant Mitchell, Rose
and cream-white. Look for botH
gov- .
; me. .
'- ernment inspection stamp and pack's mixed with a ,little cold water, and Hobart, Helen Vinson, Leon Belasco clicks with

private grade stamp. Find the salt and pepper to taste. Stir until and Leif Erikson.--7. "It sure

grade that suits you, then always mixture is boiling. Add 1 large
buy it. Ask' your' meat man to bone green pepper cut into squares, and It looks as if Gloria Swanson i
the shoulder, leaving a cavity to fill 2 large sweet onions cut into eighths. would really return to the screen in this 11I-1t iz/it"

0' with stuffing. (You can use the Cover and simmer until steak is "Father Takes a Wife" with Adolphe

'. bones for broth, soup or gravy tender. Add 2 large tomatoes cut in Menjou, Desi Arnaz and John How- .
i stock.) eighths and cook 2 minutes longer. ard. Mr. Menjou, famous for his ,' *
I : The be seasoned with wardrobe and Miss Swanson, equally -' "':' ,
How to Cook: Prepare a well-sea- gravy may a / V. 1J
,, soned stuffing; fill cavity, then sew ,few drops of seasoning sauce. Serveat famous for hers, have been hav- :1C < :
up edges or skewer in place. Weigh once. Boiled rice is an excellent ing wardrobe tests at RKO; she hasa :, Co.
meat after stuffing to compute cook- accompaniment. reputation in ,New York for being Copr.\QU bY 1Colloll

ing time. Place fat side up on rack Stuffed Flank Steak. able to wear just anything afall and

I '.. in open pan, rub with salt and pep- (Serves 6) look smart in it. -

per. Cook, in slow oven (325 degrees 1 flank steak (about 1% to 2 Ibs.) -
,: F.), allowing about 35 min- 4 cups dry bread Joan Crawford's New York fans, lit rays FRED SONNE
"; utes per pound. Garnish with mint Vz cup milk who troop around at her heels when- Aerial photographer

t, leaves and a vegetable; serve. De- % cup boiling water ever she's in.town, recently presented -
licious! % cup butter her with a rather staggering "
Dressing for Lamb. cup finely chopped onion birthday gift-a birthday card more % THE
':' 2 slices bacon ;'4 cup finely chopped parsley than two feet square, which they'd

,- 2 cups bread.crumbs 1' egg had autographed by dozens of famous i
1 cup sour apples, chopped \Vz, teaspoons salt theatrical people. 'I t / ORIAKFAS?"
1 cup raisins Pepper r.- 1 Fak s bowlful of Kello

% cup celery, chopped Have your butcher score the steak The public apparently spends a lot 9 milk and sagarme fruit and lob
Fry bacon until crisp and add to and cut a pocket in it. Break the of time and thought on trying to beat ; t ,.v,.:.f 4 l of

bread crumbs, raisins, diced apples ... bread into small the quiz shows; the newest wrinkle e,,, / f00pENERGY
and celery. Season with alt and '. pieces. Mix'milk bobbed up recently in connectionwith i/[ 7 I{; d J VITAMINS' '
pepper and pile lightly into cavity '. and boiling wa- Ben Bernie's program. For. 111.1INERAUi
ter. Pour two weeks he was besieged with
in lamb shoulder. over Vo
", -.J bread and let soak requests for tickets to the repeat PROTEINSIMERCHANTS
Eye-of-Round Roast. i until soft. Meltm. show. Here's the reason: KeilogB
It How to Buy: The lean of beef the butter, add The final contestants vying for the sCotn Fj k es s FLAVOR ofW
should be well-marbled : '} sogood'its that fa
with fat, onion and cook prize of $100 are, selected by their r 'L are
firm, smooth, glossy: soon after the without brown- ability to guess from a recordinghow fNf,!!!! 9Y :4,; f cSYouraPAetifel eat.M.M .

meat is cut, the surface should turn J ing, about 5 min- many shots are fired out of, a WIIF.
bright red. The outer fat should -Ile.
utes. Add to machine gun in so many seconds.
bread-milk. mixture the parsley, One night on the first show, the
beaten egg, salt and pepper. Press number of shots fired was 52. On
LYNN SAYS: this stuffing into the pocket of the the repeat show all the contestants

-" steak. Bake in a shallow pan, un promptly guessed 49, 50 and 51.
;:' Spread apple or crabapple jelly covered in a moderate oven (350 But they were fooled-Bernie had 93

;- over the top of roasting ham degrees) two hours. Slice it gener- shots fired the second time, by let- Your Advertising Dollarbuys
veal or pork for the last 30 min- ously and garnish with sprigs of ting the record run longer.
utes. The jelly gives an appetizing crisp parsley. --7: something more than space and circulation in

flavor and a glossy brown top. There's plenty of good, substan- Because a singer on the "Uncle the columns of this newspaper. It buys space and
Crumbled bacon adds a won- tial eating in stuffed flank steak, so Ezra" program got a chance to consideration of
derful new flavor to cooked green the rest of the 'meal can be simple.A make a movie with Shirley Temple circulation plus the favorable our

y.1,. beans, yellow or white squash, vegetable (stewed tomatoes, 'I the,announcer on the same program readers for this newspaper and its advertising patrons.
browned navy beans or spinach.Add beans or cauliflower, perhaps); des- gets a chance to be a network singer. -
the bacon in the last 5 min- sert and beverage would round ou'a The first singer is Bob Nolan, LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT ITF
utes. satisfying, appealing menu. the announcer is Cy Harrice.
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ers presented a program of negro i National Editors -being Incorporated under the Lawsof I have
The Clewiston News Florida that according to the rECords hand
songs and spirituals. There was of the Secretary of State each Great
absolute quiet during each song j and every of such corporations appear of
,- the Continued from Page' 1) delinquent for three (3) years or at
Published every Friday i in Clewlston.' ;; and. enthusiastic applause at I ( more in the filing of reports and pay- tal this
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, end. No one, said the editors, had I resented, by the total of almost five ment of taxes: under. the provisions May A.
Inc. such for hundred members' making this tour of Chapter 14677,. Acts of 1931, Laws (SEAL
prepared any program of Florida, and- that under the pro- ) R.
them. and they were delighted. and their newspapers! range from visions of said Chapter 16880? Acts of

KEATHLEY BOWDEX, Editor small country weeklies to semi- 1935. Laws have been of Florida classed said as subject corporations :to- -. ., .

That, in itself, is sufficient to weeklies, tri-weeklies _and small be dissolved. ; and that three (3) NOTICE OF I -
months aftef'the. date off this publi- *
Entered as second class mail matter cause one to burst with pridetobe dailies. cation eachAnd every of such corporations FOR
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in even a small part of the Clewiston The splendid job of entertainingthe listed below- that have not SPECIAL OR LOCAL
Clewiston Florida under the Act of, in the meantime filed their reports
March\ 3; 1897. which made such a splendid guests was shared by most of due and paid all taxes: ,due under the NOTICE IS
; impression on the Nv E. A. ,But the department heads of the sugar provisions ot'Chapter '14677, Acts of at the session of the
swelling in our head grew each the 1931, Laws of Florida, will be certified Florida to convene In'
tne corporation under capable to
very the Governor who will
Issue .
Subeerlption! Rate ,2.6O Per Year. plication will be made
moment as we realized that we are direction of S. L. Crochet, assistantto proclamation at that time dissolving of special or local
Advertising Rates On Application. also a part of that honored profession the general manager. The program said corporations. substance of which
Miner C., E. Inc., Clewis ton. lows:
-the Fourth Estate-and a was carried 'on with such It Is further directed that a copy of AN ACT to
Devoted to the advancement and welfare member of the N. E. A. With no skill and apparent ease that manyof this notice be published one time In and Establish

of Clewi ton and Hendry County.A I exception, we pronounce this the the visitors remarked that, such lished the Clewiston in Hendry News County, a newspaper, Florida.pub-In in Hendry County. ,
3. O.
keenest-minded group of 247 souls groups must be often ,entertained which county 'the' home office of the Chairman ;
with which we have ever been as- here.. above listed' corporation Is shown to Commissioners
rain this 'week but the i be located.
lengthy County Florida
sociated for even such a few hours.
Quantity wasn't so great. The MayDay I IN WITNESS'WHEREOF, I April 11-18-25 May
And pardon a plug for the ,
program had to be postponedso 7,000 CelebrateContinued =
-iney took no back-seat for the

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assistant editors, or they've been ( from page 1)) y
editors came, they saw and married to a newspaper long y
age Thursday and by a
were conquered; or at least captiv- enough that they've acquired the X.
total of some 2,000 workers. On %
ated the charms of the Ever- Y
by slant.
newspaper Friday the winners of the field

,glades area., They were tremendously interested events gathered for the finals at yt

in the Everglades sugar industry Townsite Village and winners there

'The tomato deal is close upon and they know more aboutus were awarded attractive prizes.A y

Us and those growers with sub- than you'd imagine. Joe Ferris special harvest ending event y y
stantial acreages look like'they Senator's and
said "answering yt
was the baseball, game at Townsiteon
may "clean up. Let's all keep our Congressmen's questions was a :;:
Sunday when a professipnal colored .. .
fingers crossed. simple job, but these people had to team played another profes- V 1XlW 1

have all the facts, the whys and sional team accompanying them x V't' \ ARE NOT MADE IN -
How about investing a few cents "
the wherefores. It's a tribute to.. and finished the day by defeatinga PANAMA/
t>r dollars in defense bonds and the newspaper's search for truth.
picked team from the plantationsof +
stamps. They went on sale yesterday Their questions were not the gen- the This attended "C 6ENW"l
corporation. was \ veNaMA
and you can do 'o'ur share toward eral and polite ones like the ob-' by several hundred people, Vt:: \\ ,I :

keeping "isms" out of Amer- vious "how many acres are inane : both white and colored, and music f % THE

ica by loosening your purse strings. ; how many people do you em- .. .... vpIMIfES i
was furnished by the colored school
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And how much good would your ploy; what is the population," They orchestras of Harlem and Azucar .. .' ",. n.. 01

savings do you if Hitler should wanted to know if we utilized the schools.: .!. .. ,. .

win? by-products of sugar: and why '' '\ "' .. E
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didn't we make Celotex, too (they -:. ,,'
Hilliard :( : .,- \ :" (Explanation
Another successful sugar harvest And- on Page Eight) _
kick out of that .
finding ,
got quite a + :.{ ; ,
season has ended. Another production and ;,"v 3:
the bagasse was used for fuel)
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been made But :
record has : how did the company successfullygrow tr t : :
of in the Everglades willbe .. "
lone us
cane on the various types of and old time favorites. ,
satisfied until the lid is' taken soil they noticed on their trip up These two Florida artists pre {

'Off by the government and we arcpermitted from Miami;' and how were labor ent a type of program which has : When you make a budget;

to show the world just relations handled. We locals had won high acclaim from critics and

how great the new sugar bowl of brain-fag that night, but It was a assures Clewiston patrons of a )!: ber that systematic saving is one :_:

.America is. happy brain-fag for we knew that well-balanced program between the .j.
+ most' important items. Regular =
hese people were not being politein extremes of serious and humorous ;:
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wanted to know, and they'll remem- Admission will be by patron's many ;

ber the answers. card only; positively no 'seats will :!: you want-and get them! $1.00 :;:
. [ At our table-which was chosen be sold at the door.NOTICE. t
By B. B. at random and may be considered I 's' an account.

an average cross-section-were a

.:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:. former treasurer of the N. E. A., OF INTENTION TO i
now retired, and his wife; a couple
from Cape Cod another from ED BELOW. WHICH CORPORA- .:.
If at church bare-
we appear
Rhode Island, and two ladies from TIONS WERE INCORPORATED UN-
headed Sunday morning, it will note DER THE LAWS OF FLORIDA AND rI'f
California. The lady from Rhode
due to a desire for informality,
Island has a son in the Phillippines, YEARS OR MORE UNDER THE
but simply that none of the hats PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 14677
we owned before this week will fit. who wrote her a most ,indignant ACTS OF 1931, AS AMENDED, LAWS .e.
letter a short time ago. "Do you OF FLORIDA.
For our chest expansion and our Notice is hereby given under the
. head-size has considerably increased know," says he, "that the taxes provisions of Chapter 16880, Acts of .
these sugar producers pay over 1935, Laws of Florida, to each of the :
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:Editorial Association tour in Clew-
boils me over about it is that by I I. . -- ,
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even American citizens. They are tt '
the hearty reception and splendid I
Japs, Chinese and Germans." Well, yy --
entertainment given them by the xx
United States Sugar Corporation, that was an angle that. somehowhad
not been impressed on us be-
whose guests they were for a barbe- ...:.
cue, band and choral group concert. fore. So here we were, learning .i..:. ,. ENJOY AN

These editors, most of them past side-lights on our own quota prob- .;..:. .. .-:-

the half-way mark in their lives, lem from a Rhode Island lady. :::: : :!:::

:at the end of what must have beena The lady from California took ,.

gruelling ten-day tour in buses home quite a section of the table- 1 :: ALL ELECTRIC I

over the state, were most enthusiastic cloth. She had long since given n :'f \ ;
in their appreciation of out ,of note-books, but there were -

Clewiston's entertainment. They some things she couldn't resist i :;' HOME >:: '
unreservedly pronounced the band jotting down, so down they wenton t j

concert the best they've heard; the the paper table-cloth, and were :

barbecue their finest meal. And neatly cut out with a knife and ; .t.. AV
If they were not sincere in their stuck in the voluminous'bag.. ..i..... oM -

remarks along that line they've Half-way through the meal we

'every one missed their calling in- were in the midst of a sentence to ::ti-: Electricity is the modern ,servant; a servant :: :

life-they should be actors, not the charming lady directly
'editors.We the table when our eye strayed across ::.:!: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of :i::!:

met the buses at the Clewis- down to her badgeso that we .i' home :::
ton Inn, where they arrived witha might'call her by name. To our I ::.;::,, and one that will do everything quickly, :::

dramatic flourish provided by thrilled astonishment" we read "Mrs. I ::.:.. I ly and economlca II y. :
the highway patrolman's'car and Zane Grey," so now one of our .:.;

'.siren The elephantine buses lumbered cherished possessions is a cube of One will slices of''
: toast 26 crunch toast
to a stop and the editors- Dixie Crystal sugar with the pen- ;:: penny :::i:

masculine and 'feminine-began to cilled autograph of the wife of one ::::;:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading lIght or :: ;::::
pour'out.. As they entered the door of America's most refreshing and '
exclamations of astonishment at beloved authors .*::*_: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY

town finding were such heard a hotel in a small ::::;:' one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you ::::
on do
every Today we .a repeat performance -
'It's like magic," said one. In the for the other yf
half of theN
short time they were there, they E. A. tour-the group that :;::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a I ::::

really even; saw the Inn, some of them took the trip to Cuba will arriveat .'i';.:t:: that is all electric and modern.i .
taking color
movies of the noon, and an identical programof ....;.
court-yard with its brilliant flow- greeting and entertainment will y.% '

ers. be carried out for them. If it V,,
They were escorted to the barbecue proves as successful as the first y.

where the immense ,warehouse half it will be all could I
'was in itself a sight worth seeing. I we ask. .:.:.:.i:. ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVii -' :::!:

The band played Southern .%
songs, KNITS AT 91 :' :'

:to the editors' great delight. One : ... .

listening lady remarked that she had been Despite her 91 years, Mrs. D. R. :?::: ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. :::;:

for Dixie ever since she Weyand, of Dallas, Texas, is knit-

landed in Florida, but never heard ting a pair of sox a day for the Ait

It till the band played it during the Red Cross-without the need for ,fy. -
barbecue. Later the Choral 'S.'%.
group glasses. She learned to knit at .%... til -
sang it, so that should have sufficed. the age of five, making socks for I.:.....

The barbecue was our own mo- the Confederates in '64,0 and for .:..:.''

lasses-fed beef, and there's none American troops in18. .:"..{

better anywhere. It was perfectly And Harry C. Johnson, of Oak _

prepared, and the crowd mar Park, Ill., has become adroit at

flour velled and that a although half late they were reaching an sewing.because Retired of acute several arthritis rears, ago Mr. : : Glades Power and Light i Co. :II=::i:

'Clewiston everything was in perfect .
order. Johnson.' has learned to sew and .:.'.:' .
devotes his- spare time to the Red ..i'..:'.
'From the barbecue the buses Cross as a hobby. He and his ....:..
took the guests to the Townsite .:..:. -
'plantation Recreation'Hall sewing machine have turned outscores .:..i' -
where of children's
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Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot attended Mrs. Willard E. Dilley at her .home ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. The outer tail feathers are pure .
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a district Eastern Star meeting in Saturday afternoon. white instead-of barred as in the

Arcadia Wednesday. I Sandwiches, mints and tea were smaller specie. .; %

f fLi Personals ii] -" served by the hostess .to Mrs.. Niel- Birds of the. EvergladesBy The Pileated woodpecker is a .

Jimmy Loftin spent several. days sen, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Cox, 'Miss large bird about the size of a ,
this week on an inspection, :trip of Kellems, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs ( Willard E. Dilley) crow. Both the male and female ;

airports in the area for;the>U. S. M.: M. Prewitt, Mrs. J. G. Niblack: have showy red, crests on their ?

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner were Engineers. J.." Mrs. R. H. Knight, and Mrs. .x +:...... : ..:-<..: ..:.. : :..:..:oo--..:. heads. This specie and the next ..
week-end visitors_ in Miami. ------..' ',' .. 1".1'- Keathley Bowden.. are found"on'ly:, In- extensive wood- .' w

,. -. Mrs. E. L. Hayes Jr.-left.' Sat- The 'woodpeckers are always .associated ed sections.:

I Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent Thursday u.rday; for her home In "Orlando, MRS. GLEN ETHERTON with trees. While some The Ivory-billed woodpecker Is

in Miami.A. after visiting friends" here for. two. HONORED, WITH SHOWERMrs. on occasion feed on the ground, aa the largest and the rarest of the -"

weeks. Mr. and Mrs. ,'Hayes resided the. flicker, or others snatch insects family..- Only a very few still sui'i
R. Broadfoot was a business in Clewiston until last fall V. C. Woodward'entertain' -: from the 'air they are rarely vive in the most remote cypress

visitor in Sebring Wednesday.: when they ,moved to Orlando.Dr. 'ed her bridge club Wednesday afternoon found far from their favorite habitat --. regions' of this state and the state
,- at her home in. the Kelly the trees. They render invalu- of Louisiana. It is/quite possible
Mr. and Mrs. VC. Woodwardwere Scott Apartments. Mrs. Glen Ethertonwon that within the next few' "
Robert Ingliss, of New- able service in removing harmful years they
business visitors in West Palm ark, N. J., spent Sunday )in Clew- a vanity set for: first prize and insects. It Is 'rather surprisingthat may go, the way of the beautiful .

Beach Monday.. iston, filling the pulpit at the Mrs. A. C. Carlton tablecloth for we find so many different Carolina paroquet, Passenger pig; "

--- Community Church in the morning. second prize. Game. 'prize, a cro- kinds of woodpeckers In this lo- eons, and others. If seen they may

Miss Eva Grantham':of of Orlandowas hersis- In the evening he left for Miamito cheted vase went to Mrs. Harry cality. Most of them are easily easily be recognized by the ivory
week-end guest
preach at the evening service of Knight. approached and are so distinctively bill and considerable white on the
ter, Mrs. R. W. Hall. the First Presbyterian lll Church in After the bridge game, club marked that identification is quite back. The Pileated has a dark bill '

Miami. He is leaving 'Lake' Worth members 'gave a' s rprise's ork simple. and black back.APARTMENT .
George Bestor of spentthe
this weelfor: his home in the shower lo Mrs. Etherton. Mrs. the --
week-end here with his parents, Probably most common wood-
north. Woodward served a dessert course FOR RENT-East
Mr. and Mrs. H., A. Bestor. I pecker of this area is the Red-
I Playing were Mrs. Foy Durrence, bellied :woodpecker. The name is not Clewiston Inn. O. A. Clark tf.

Mr. and Mrs E. E. Kelly- were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hoffman Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. A. C. Carl- at all fitting for there ts only the

business visitors in Tampa Mon- of Providence, R. I., spent a few ton, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. slightest suggestion of red on the FOR ,RENT-New 5-room house.

day. days here visiting Mr. and Mrs.N. Etherton, Mrs. Harry Knight and back of the head and neck and the Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co. 3t

-" V. S. Mumford.' Sunday evening 1Ir5R.. M. Hare, Jr. fine horizontal bars of black and

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gallbreath they were guests at ,an out-door, I white on the back. FOR SALE-Late model kerosene

and son of Miami were week-end supper given by Mr. and Mrs W. C MRS. MEADOR SHOWERED The Flicker is similar but has stove. See Mrs. John Ketti. tf.'
Owen. Other guests were Mr. and WITH GIFTS AT CLASS PARTY
visitors in Clewiston.Mr. only a very small patch of red on
Mrs. Mumford,' Mr.. and Mrs., F. D. top of the head and also has a .I
Duff and Mr. and Mrs.: .R. S. Mrs. H. C. Meador, teacher of
and Mrs. R. W. Rodgers characteristic black mark extend- FOR SALE-Caboage farm in the
1. have left t6 spend the summer Bishop.DR. the Ladies Sunday School of the ing back from the base of the bill. Hastings Section. Apply Don S,

months in Winter Haven.W. First Baptist. Church, was given a In flight it displays a white area Hanna, Hastings, Fla.
surprise lingerie .shower Tuesday
E. Dilley has accepted a position afternoon when the class held its
COMMUNITY CHURCHDr. The Downy woodpecker is quite
in the traffic department of social meeting at the home of Mrs.E. FOR RENT-Small furnished apart-
evenly marked with black and
ment. F. L. Williamson.
E. Kelly. Mrs. Meador, with tf.
I the U. S. Sugar Corporation.' D.. Jenkins Williams, min- white, but the underparts are
; her husband and children, leaves
ister of Chapel-By-The-Sea, Fort white. It is no larger than a _6,
attendedthe Monday for a three week's vaca-
Miss Evelyn Burhans
Myers Beach, will preach ,at the sparrow.
meeting of the Junior Pan- tion.
Community Church Sunday: morn The Redcockaded'woodpecker is CLEWISTON
American Association Saturday in ing. Dr. Williams' theme will be Mrs. Kelly's home was attrac- much like the Downy .in size and TINNING &. PLUMBING SHOP
Fort Myers. tive with several beautiful flower -
An Old Picture in New Frame. 1
a coloring but has dark streaks on
the ,Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
arrangements decorating
Dr. Williams is a former ministerof I the underparts.The .
Mrs. Eddie Curry and baby living and dining rooms. Mrs. A.
the Community Church and Is., Prompt, Efficient Service
daughter, Lovvorn, of Gainesville much beloved, in Clewiston. He is I H. ,King, a member, of the class, Red-headed woodpeckersometimes
her sisters Mrs. C.; J. reaches this area during PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
are visiting leaving Fort -Myers soon to spend I was in charge of decorations. Yel-
Lovvorn and Mrs. B. B. Wilson. low snap dragons were used in the the winter. Its all red head is
the summer at his, home. in Doua-
so conspicuous and characteristicthat
man, Wisconsin.. dining room and mixed bouquetsof '
Jimmie Jenkins of Fort Myers spring flowers in the living the bird need not be confused

Beach is spending a few weeks room. with any other.,
J. M.
here with his aunt and uncle, Mr. MRS. CARL JOHNSON HOSTESS Games and a few contests were The Hairy woodpecker is quite COUSECounselor

and Mrs. Roy Alston.Mr. WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB enjoyed during the afternoon and like the Downy but is much larger. and Attorney at Law -

refreshments of punch and iced -- , Hopkins Building
and Mrs. J. H. Davis have The Wednesday Bridge Club met "
moved to Okeechobee, Mr. Davis this week with Mrs.; Carl Johnsonas cookies were served. J Just ReceivedCARLOAD Wednesdays and Saturdays

being transferred there by the U. hostess. High score prize was Attending were Mrs. H. C. i :30 to 4:00 ," :'

\ S. Engineers. I won by Mrs. G. B. Thomas, and Meador, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. J.
cut by Mrs. W. H.: Lanier. Each L. Whitaker, Mrs. J. L. McDaniel, Poultry' wire, field fence, barbed
Mrs. F. E. Chalker, Mrs. A. C. wire. Reduced prices because of
was a costume pin.
1 Joel Wilcox,. who has been employed _
The I 1, Carlton, Mrs. Walker Nall, Mrs saving in freight cost.
at the ..sugar house during hostess _served apple pie a Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses
the harvest season, 'returned this la .mode with coffee. Mrs. 'iR. N. A. H. King, Mrs. G.. E.. Wenzloff, Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR.

week to, his home in Miami. Smith was presented with_\*.a? bath- Mrs. Harry Phillips, Mrs. C. M.
Allen Mrs. M. C. Vowell Mrs. H.
-- inette from the club.; Present ,
Mr.-,:and Mrs.' A.?:L.VTumlim.* 'Miss' were )Mrs./Thomas, ,, Mrs. Lanier, I L. Davis, Mrs. H. E., Walker, Mrs.R. FORT MYERS, FLA.CLEWISTON Optometrist
Grace Hawan and !Miss Jean Gilbertof Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Dave Alston Mrs. I M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. M. A. Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade _
: Florida
Miami were-week-end, guests! in Leslie Miller, Mrs. H. R.: Hall and Thomas, Mrs. Floyd Andrews, Mrs. Successor Fort to K. H. Oakley 1
_. .
Clewiston. Mrs.. Keathley Bowden. -- Himrod and Mrs. Kelly. -rtII1uI L. ,'"


,r baby daughters of Canal Point BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGThe LIONEL BEATTY'S BIRTHDAY INN Dr. Walter F. Purdon

spent the week-end here with Mr. Nite 9 8:30 P.M.
Friday }May Osteopathic Physician AndSurgeon
and Mrs. A. O. Ward. Friday afternoon'bridge club The third grade in

met at the home of Mrs. J. G. their school room Thursday in The DistinguishedAmerican

t t' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Shelleyof Niblack, with Mrs. Carl Johnson honor of Lionel Beatty's ninth Artists MONDAYS Hopkins and Building FRIDAYS,

Miami spent the week-end in winning first prize and Mrs. C. J. birthday. ,
10 A. M. to 9 P. M.
!. Clewiston with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Nielsen second prize. Mrs. Niblack Games and music were enjoyed LUCILE For Appointment Call Mrs. Hare,
r. Kelly. served a frozen fruit, salad to Mrs. and the vice-president of the :seaMECHANICAL
.-- Richard H. Knight, Mrs. Earl R. class presented Lionel with a foun- VIDGE

, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Smith, Mrs. R. N. Smith: Mrs. C. tain pen and bottle of ink. as a

Billy and. Patty Redelshiemerof J. Nielsen, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. gift from the class. Dramatic Reader STRUCTURAL .
Miami spent the week-end in W. E. Dilley, Mis. I. O, Bishop of Mrs. C. D. Beatty, mother of and ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

' Clewiston. Fort Pierce, and Mrs. Elmer Cox Lionel, assisted the teacher, Mrs. Estimates
Maps -
of Utica, N. Y.. W. E. Dilley, and furnished the PAUL '
: Miss' Marcia Avant and Wilbur ice cream for refreshments. Mrs. '

Goff spent Sunday on a fishing :MISS: ELIZABETH WINK C. 0. Benbow baked a cake. Otter MILLIARDTENOR. Engineering Consultant ,

trip with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O' ENTERTAINS CHOIR GROUP guests were Mrs. F. E. Chalker, Hopkins Bldg. Cleniston, Fla. .;,

Neal at Naples. -. Sylvia Beatty and Mrs. Vaughn, I II ....

F. Miss Elizabeth Winn entertainedthe librarian. Admission By Patron's Card
Miss Evelyn Burhans had as her young people's choir of the ONLY

guests Monday her 'brother and First Baptist Church' after choir Florida has '33,000"groves pro-. Johnson's Fish CampNear

: sister, Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Vaughn practice Monday evening at her ducing 50,000,000 boxes" of citrus Endorsed by Leading Amer- .-
,: and daughter of Tampa and her home in honor of W. J. King who a year. ican Educators Enthusiast- ( Hurricane Gate)

aunt, Miss Madge; Hull of LaBelle. left Wednesday to spend the sum- ically Received by Concert. Clewiston, Fla.
mer in Minnesota. Audiences Throughout the Boats and Motors-Guide Service

COnnie Clark left Tuesday for Games were played and refresh- WANTED An ambitious, wide Country Approved by the Rates ReasonableW. '

Salt Lake City, Utah, where he ments of ice cream and cake were awake man or woman to look Critical American Press. H. Johnson, Mgr.THREE .

will be employed during the sum- served. Mr. King received'. several after renewals and new subscrip-

mer by the Union Pacific Railway nice gifts. tions for the popular, fast-selling ,
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Company.Mr. magazine The American Home. It's
Bailey Attending, Betsy were Springer,* Barbara Laura easy, pleasant work, and it pays .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-oe. \. )'

and' Mrs.. Fred Henriksen Broadfoot and Doris Hodges and big commissions. Spare time only ',?. AV

have returned from a three weeks' Jack Waters, Robert and Lloyd required. Write today to Director, .
visit in Caliente, Nevada, with their Kelly, Earl Hingson and Jimmie Sales Division, THE AMERICAN :;.: MOREResidential :*_: '

daughter, Mrs. Max L. Arnold, and Davis. HOME MAGAZINE CORPORA- '
V .
Mr. Arnold. ,TION, 251 Fourth Avenue, New O.
:Mr. and Mrs. William Johnsonand HOME OF MRS. HERRING.
daughter, Gayle, of Canal }. f ::
Point, spent the week-end with her The Y. W. A. of the First Bap- o \

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham tist Church had their program :? write "SELL" which :_:;: '

I and family. meeting at the home of Mrs. B. E. PERSONAL 1'

Herring one night this week. O
I,, Hubert Land and Frank Smith The girls surprised Mrs. Herring 1: means these are priced well below I::
Gznnie- writ to M :her about ;
left this week for a month's stay with, a handkerchief shower in honor Bill! Mother Bill loved

In Sebring. They are members of of her birthday and also becauseshe variety in cakes says and cookies, so v:s: market. Ask Art. ._ :IEvelyn :
a government survey party'on tem will leave soon to join Mr. she suggests you use Rumford f ,
porary assignment there. Herring who is now principal of a Baking Powder, the kind that Xf
school in Lakeland makes it easy with' new reci AOs.

o Wilbur Goff and Halson Avant Mrs. Herring served ice cream pes. You see, Rumfordyou c .}

left Wednesday for Albany, New and cake to the. several, ., members and follow can taKe the any directions good recipe with- v :'-.Y.s'

York, where they will be employeduntil present. out worrying about changing os. J. E. Beardsley :=
: :
next winter with the Huffman the amount for a special :;: ; i

Construction Company. MRS. DILLEY'S TEA SATURDAY kind of baking powder. With
COMPLIMENTS:: VISITORSMrs. Rumford just use the amount :!: : REAL ESTATE -. :::
the directions call for and A
expect .
Mr. and Mrs. B. E, Herring and Os.
results time.FREE. .
perfect every :-
son, Bernie, are leaving for Lake- I. O. Bishop of Fort Pierce Send for new booklet, :: > PHONE 66 :::
land this week. Mr. Herring has and Mrs Elmer Cox of Utica, N. containing dozens of bright vs

accepted appointment as principalof Y., who are visiting their sisters, ideas to improve your baking. v Spicer Kellemst'RIDAY" :s:
:: Art Lawrence Betty
one of the "strawberry schools"near Mrs. Clarence J. Nielsen and Miss'. Address: Hum Cord Baking .s. : ..t.A .

Lakeland, whose term runs Evelyn Kellems, were guests of Powder, Box R' Rumford,, Ao.

from May to December. honor at an Informal tea given by Rhode Island. ( ..:--:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)


"Pipe the peach! as I approached
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them. I merely informed them of IMPROVED Gems of Thought

the Administrator's order for the UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
concoction of a four-by-six portable CHILDREN have neither past

1nLampMYa11eyTrumbull's blackboard. 1 nor ; and that which

"You can have anything we've SUNDAY seldom happens to us, they rejoice -

got, baby-eyes," said one. And still Lesson in the present.-La Bru-

I another coyly observed that his own yere.

BY schooling wasn't all it should have By Dean HAROLD of The L.Moody;: LUNDQU1ST Bible Instituteof D. D. That should be' considered
THE STORY SO FAR been> and it-seemed about time to Chicago. long which can be decided butonce.Syrus.
Sidney Lander rescued Carol Coburn son an outdoors girl, is also in love with be starting over. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) t I

torn the annoyances of Eric (tho Red) Lander.Matanuska Lander becomes Valley project.field manager He takes for It wasn't, of course, as bad as it H 0, that I were where I uould'bc,

Erlcson.to She teach.Is Her returning father,to a her sourdough native the Carol to a camp dance and he tells her sounded, being carried on with that S. S. Lesson for May 4 Then would I be where I am not;

Alaska mine claim. Lander, of his love. She reminds him of Barbara. half-respectful and heavy-jointed For where I am I would not be, .
died with an unproven
an engineer for' the Trumbull Co., which is Truly, their paths have crossed many jocularity peculiar to the regions lected Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture texts se- And where 1 would be I can not.

fighting the Coburn claim, breaks with times by now, but Barbara still remains where life' is rough and chivalry is I Council of Religious'Education by International: used by -QUILLER COUCII
Trumbull. But he remains engaged to a barrier to their romance. apt to stay in its shirt-sleeves. permission. Our minds are like our stom-

daughter, Barbara. Salaria Bry- Their future seems far from clear. And! ,. for all their banter, they assured THE achs; they are whetted by the
XII CHURCH ENLARGING ITS change of their food vari-
INSTALLMENT me I'd have my board; neatly and
nailed together and ebonized witha FELLOWSHIPLESSON ety supplies both with fresh ap
CHAPTER XIV them giloots'll be about as happyin
petite.Quintillan.But .
flat coat of lampblack. They even
this valley as blacksnake on an TEXT-Acts 8:1.8, 1417. 25.
the ice block." promised to have it at my cabin the GOLDEN TEXT Therefore they that what is your duty? What
Matanuska was now on map. next day.I were scattered abroad went everywhere the lay demands.-Goethe.
The colonists had arrived.' "Lander says there's a shortageof preaching the word.-Acts 8:4.
, Land axes and work tools," I was rather overlooked their eager-
appar- .
But'that Promised ,
to know where that cabin
ently, didn't live up to their expec- prompted to explain. ness was And it would just all have workedout The enlarging of the church is revealed ..._-- ------------------
found unfinished "Of course there is exulted Sa- by lesson
tations. For all they were our as beingI.
better if hadn'tfirst
I imagine they
roads and harried officialsand laria. "They've got grand electric gone over to Wasilla where By Death or by Life (vv. 1-4). Ask Me Another

lumber piles and an impromptucity coffee-grinders, but no power t' run flourishes the valley's only open ''Stephen, one of the deacons, "a
of tents along the valley flats.. em. They've got a string o' thresh- man full of o A General Quiz
bar, and where they were joined bya faith and of the Holy
in' machines but t'
for the no crops
There was no teaching thresh." dozen or two other transients. i Ghost". (6:5): ; was stoned because ___________
yesterday when .aa _________._..
chalk wrangler There, at any rate, they, plainly I oi: his testimony for Christ. He became .
word went round that the first train- "And stoves" over there rustin' drank[ more moose-milk than ,was the first martyr of the church, The Questions
load of the colonists was on its way the rain, added Sock-Eye, "but no-
good for them. I could hear themas I leading the line of those noble men
from Seward and Katie O'Connellwas wheres t' put 'em. And a mountain .
up they came in a body toward my and women who down to our own '
0' them enamel sinks 1. What are obiter dicta?
Toklutnato new-fangled
hurried over cabin clearing, singing as they I day have been ready to die rather
look after the women and chil- and no kitchens t' set 'em up in. than to 2. In Roman numerals, what is
deny Christ.
came: The
dren. And since I was detailed to And a carload o' harness, by gad, not be too far distant when day may of the meaning of "M" with a line
Katie I and no workhorses t' buckle it on." some over it? .
stand right-hand man to "Oh, then, my Booska"Don't us may face that decision. Are
was there to help make boilers of The tumult had' subsided and the you cry for me, ready? we 3. Where are the sunniest spotsin

coffee and watch the disembarkingof shadows were growing longer and For I'm off to Matanuska To of who the United States?
the disheveled and sea-worn I could see smoke going up frbm the With the teacher on my knee." every one the us is a Christian 4. Is the ghost shrimp trans.
unbroken line of smoke pipes,before 'I necessity living parent?

army. struck was not Katie was able to join me at my Someone with ''an accordion was for Christ. Some in Jerusalem diedv. 5. Are all roses fragrant?
But the note they ( .
them in that familiar old 2), some were imprisoned (v. 3)),
alfresco coffee table."There's leading pi- 6. Could Mount Everest be submerged
always pic. a baby over there I don'tlike oneer tune. But I didn't find the but notice that the others were scat- in the Pacific ocean?
I could see women still petulantover tered abroad, like brands from
newer wording altogether to
the looks of, she my
of homelessness,
their weeks
carrying the message of God'sWord.
"What's with it?" I liking.I .- The Answers
surrounded like ship-wrecked sailorsby wrong ques- They were not afraid, did
what they could salvage from tioned."I closed and fastened my-door. not PO intn hiding. nor did the "or-
their long-traveled belongings. I don't know, yet," she said as I pretended to be writing at my .just" their message to meet the cir 1. Incidental remarks.

doled out coffee and sandwiches to she bit into a sandwich. Then her table 'end, sitting there, rather anxiously -I cumstances. They went "every 2. One million.

toil-hardened tillers of the plains as they worked, pole ends where preaching the word." 3. The sunniest spots in 'the

and drouth-wizened cattleraisersfrom under the sill logs and tried to impart While persecution may sometimes United States are in southwestern j

valley farms and Mackinawed a ship-at-sea motion to my I hinder the of the it Arizona and southeastern Califor-
spread gospel,
I small cabin. But.they soon tired of
ax-wielders from wooded slopes. nia.
also frequently stirs the zeal of
tried to give them a welcoming word that, finding the shack too heavy tobe God's people to preach and teach. 4. The ghost shrimp is so trans-

of two as they stared gloomily converted into rocking chair. Just now in the midst of the havocof parent that the beating 'of its heart
about at their Arctic El Dorado and So they proceeded to serenade me, and the may be seen through its shell.
I war persecution good
herded their children up to the grub more noisily than ever And to the of salvation is 5. Of the thousands varieties
news spreading in
tables. The fact they were to live general din they added a salvo or lands which of wild and cultivated roses grow-
hitherto knew it
in tents, it was plain, didn't appealto two of revolver shots. When I realized Are you and I doing our part? ing throughout he world, not more
that of the faces
them.It one peering .than 50 are fragrant.
I in at the window was that of the II. By Preaching: That BroughtJoy '
was the young people, to whom 6. If Mount Everest (29,002 feet)
fire-eating Eric Ericson I found the (vv. 5-8)..
Alaska meant excitement and Mata- were located on the Pacific ocean

nuska spelled romance, who crowded last of my patience ebbing away. Philip, a layman (the first of floor in the Philippines, its sum-

about the cameras-lanky youths When'they started .to pound on the many great evangelists) and a Jew, mit would be covered by 6,000 feet

and laughing girls, noUn the slatted door again, this time with one of 'I went to the despised Samaritanswith of water.

sunbonnets of earlier free-soilers, their heavier poles, I could see thatit the gospel, and God so signally
but in the sweaters and slacks of f would soon go down under their I blessed his ministry that a great revival i

their own blithe generation. And blows. And ,that not only broughtthe broke out and "there was

there were children, slathers of chil- light of battle into my eye but much joy in the city."

dren, with tousled heads and toysin prompted me ''to cross to the dish What we need, is more gospel w0R18'S LARGEST SELLER A Ir3r

their hands, staring wide-eyed. shelf and reach for Sock-Eye's old preaching 'and teaching. You lay-

"You belong ,in these parts?" a revolver. Then I lifted away the men, please note that you are not to

petulant voice inquired of me as I crossbar and swung the door open. wait for the preacher to do it.
Just Wars
refilled the ,coffeepots. I found my- .--- But instead of shrinking back they Spread the good news yourself. And The only just wars are those

self confronted by a rotund matriarch "They're. pretty well settled," began to laugh at me and my threat- note too that,it is to be preached to against, poverty, disease, and

with a terrace of chins and she said. ening firearm. They could see hesitation all people, even to those whom we crime. Anonymous. |

eight obstreperous children.I ; I suppose, in the very way might (humanly speaking) be tempted -, ::

said that Matanuska was now eyes became ruminative. "Wouldn't I[ held that old sixgun.It to despise, either by reason of

my home. .it be sweet if measles got into this was Eric the Red who swayed race or position in life. It was a MOVIE STARS CAN'T

"Can't say you look like a girl little family circle. Or scarletina! closest to me."Mightn't glorious thing that happened to Phil- ,SKINNY

who'd been brought up on whale Or even whooping cough." Her tired it go off, angel-eyes?" ip in Samaria. It can happen again, LQOK

blubber," observed my new friend, looking eyes surveyed the row of he taunted. and "it can happen here." No woman can afford to. If and you

who asserted that her name was white-walled tents. "There's six hun- "It will," '''I warned him, "unless III. By Fellowship That Brought have thin unlovely, may haggard need hollows the VitaminB

Betsy Sebeck. "But them cock-eyed dred kids in that camp, in one mad you stand back." Blessing (vv. 14-17). are Complex you and Iron in VinoL Vinol

bureaucrats, of course, ain't got huddle, and not a roof over their I could even feel an impulse to When the church at Jerusalem has helped thousands.AT .

anything ready. There ain't even head if a bug or two got' into their resent his mockery stiffen finger heard what had happened in Sama- YOUR DRUG STORE

water, they tell me, in them two-by- blood!" on the trigger. But, he my was too ria, they were overjoyed, and 'sent

four tents. And they ain't got lamps I asked if they all hadn't had quick for me. two of their leaders, Peter and John, Love Apart From Fear
-when they told us we was to medical inspection.' to encourage and counsel with the '
whom he
With I No loves the man
an unexpected upsweet of
be steam-heated and lit electricity -
by "They're supposed to, admitted new converts.
his hand he knocked above fears.-Aristotle.
!" Katie. "But ,if I know' my onions my arm Such fellowship always brings
head. The shock of that blow
"Things will straighten out," I there's a father of seven over in that my blessing, and in this case it was un-
made the revolver off
said as I caught sight of Lander line-up who won't last long. He's the air and before go the, high smoke usual blessing; namely, the gift of seg3i"jf"

haranguing a group of grumbling plainly tubercular. And there's a cleared they the Holy Spirit. On this occasion
were crowdingin
freesoilers.The Michigan woman who's been having away God thus gave these new Samaritan
closer pretending to be
bureaucrats, I discovered, labor pains all the way up from Sew- its possession., I could fightingfor believers the blessing and power of
see by
had declined to bring in a piano for ard." the Holy Spirit in such a way as to
their faces that
laughing they rather -
her, had lost two of,her trunks, and "What does that mean?" I asked bind them in fellowship to the churchin

were now trying to stow her awayin with a qualm of dismay. liked my struggles. But they' Jerusalem. Jew and Gentile be- .S 4f |
made it a point to keep right %
a back-row tent which her man "It means," said the weary-eyed above my lievers in Christ thus were joined in 4150 tC a '
hand pinioned head. i iCE
wouldn't accept. Katie, "that we can't sit here en- my one communion of love and faith. $la ffi'?

But even in the midst of all that joying the scenery. You'll have to "It mustn't lose its temper," said IV. By Broadened Vision That egect;on a4b'SOg fe5
Ericson with his face close to sts
confusion and complaining I wantedto scrub up, old-timer, and help me Brought Action (v. 25). 9 g d ID
cling to the claim there was with the delivery." He even passed mockingly admiring Peter and John had completedtheir te'aI m'neesJ +b M!Cpl'

something,epic about the migration.That Two hours later I heard the first fingers across my tumbled back forelock. work in Samaria and were on epefl n ReDUCtS & p waK '
fact came home to me more faint wail of the first baby born in And as I from that their way home to Jerusalem, but u
odious touch motor truck of bat-
than ever when I stood under an the Matanuska Colony.CHAPTER a what they had seen had given thema

azure Alaskan sky that arched above tleship-gray came clattering across new vision. They acted on that
the clearing.It
the blue-ravined' slopes of mountains XV vision. and as they. passed through: I
towering up to stately peaks of white wasn'tuntil'saw him pushingin the, villages of Samaria they
and watched the two hundred fam- the through the crowd that I realizedthe
If I'm lamp in the valley I've "preached the gospel" with joyful
ily heads draw lots for their farm got to burn with a brighter wick. newcomer was Lander. He scat- hearts. What 'an interest and stir .

plots. For fate, of course, reposedin Colonel Hart called me into Head- tered the startled,, transients right they must have created I BUREAU OFSTANDARDS
that little wooden box that held and told I and left as he came. A heavier-
quarters me was to havea It is one thing to see an oppor-
the plot numbers since few of thefarmsites schoolhouse bodied man, who tried to block his
as soon as they tunity and a need; it is quite an-
were already. cleared and find a building that would suit the way, went suddenly flat on the door- other to do something about it. For
fenced and blessed with cabins The real school he yard soil as my rescuer's fist thud-
purpose. explained that, one needs determination of pur-
while others were swampy and un- couldn't go up until next ded against his jaw The crowd pose. As Lloyd George put it, "You

broken forest. And as the lucky and year. But if the Colony children was no longer laughing. cannot fight a winning battle with a o A BUSINESS

the unlucky crowded about a big could be grouped into classes of: Ericson, close to me in'the door- retreating mind." These apostles organization which, wantsto

map of the valley, to determine the some sort, and a teacher rotated way, half-turned to fathom the rea- out for God and the
were reaching under most for
position and state of their for the sudden silence. And I get the
tracts, among them, there might be less son Hisleadership and blessing, into
there was much cheering and grum- grumbling from the parents and less could see Lander's mouth harden the villages of Samaria. money sets up standardsby

bling and groaning. hell-raising by the youngsters.So into a grimmer line as he saw which to judge whatis
Salaria, deep-bosomed and Indian- for two or three weeks, he and recognized that half-turned The Christian church needs more in

brown, drifted up to 'my table and proceeded, I'd have to do the best I I I' face. The mallet-like fist, swinging I real- consecrated action; that is, in offered to it, just as

viewed the scene with a lip curl of I could as a circuit-rider teacher for the second time, sent my tormentor -' the name of Christ and for His Washington the govern-
contempt. There she sprawling in across the cab- glory. The business man who con- Bureauof
was joined by The first call on the workers, of ment maintains a
Sock-Eye, waiting and watchful for course, was to get homes built.I in floor. ,He lay there, face-down, as ducts his secular affairs with en- Standards. i

the first open jeer from one of those suggested that a portable black- Lander turned on the resentful thusiasm and dispatch, often forgetsall
preoccupied cheechakos. would be behind him. that in his church duties. He
board a help. group .You can have your own
"Looks like a potlatch t' me," observed "All right," the man at the desk They fell back a little, milling and advertises and seeks new marketsfor of Standards too.
Bureau ,
Salaria. "A potlatch with answered across his mountain of: shouting as they went. But they at his goods, but is not interestedin

Uncle Sam passin' out forty-acre blueprints. "Tell that bunch of tran- least fell back. Lander, stooping the outreach of the church. He Just consult the advertis-

farms instead o' two-bit knives. And sient workers out there to make down from his towering height, lift can get excited about the Rotary ing columns of your news-

most o' these poor coots don't even your board and make it pronto.. Tell ed Ericson from the floor and flung Club or the Lions or what not, but They safeguardyour

know .what they're gittin'." them I said so." him out through the open door. Then never develops the slightest enthu- paper.

Sock-Eye spat dourly into the road So I sallied forth to where six he reached for the revolver still siasm about the Lord's work. It purchasing power

dust. flannel-shirted CCC workers were clutched in my hand and took H goes without saying that such a every, day of every year.

"They think they're gittin' some- languidly piling lumber at the ,track away from me. "picture" is all out of focus. Let's

thing for nothing," he averred. "But side. I ignored a quite audible, (TO BE CONTINUED) make it right. Vision? Yes, by all ,
means. But also action for God.


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TO APPLY Payment of the Salaries of Mem- within the District by virtue of mit owners of land situated In of Commissioners of said District
OF -
NOTICE OP bers of the School Boards in AH works and Improvements heretofore the Districtw.pr anyone having an ; amending, Chapters
FOR LEGISLATIONNOTICE Counties of the State of Florida constructed; providing for intet/&it1t:; such lands to pay and 10027,' Laws of ,
SPECIAL OR LOCAL. .. .,. .' ; Florida, Acts
the cancellation, compromise
::;oo;. -- ;' Having a Population of Not Less or In foil all 'taxes or assessments of 1925T amending Chapter 14717
Than settlement of certain unpaid taxesor to be levied for the 1941 and
Than 5,150 and Not More year Laws of Florida. Acts of 1931
HEREBY "ulvENihat: 5.300, According to the 1940 Fed- assessments heretofore leviedor subsequent years to pay the prin- amended by Chapter 16993 asr
bt the session of the Legislature',of eral Census, and Repealing All assessed for said District and cipal of and interest on the out- of Florida, Acts of 1935. Laws
Florida wIllnbenmadeAforl application Laws in Herewith. the liens or certificates representing standing bonds of the District ter 17902, Laws of Florida
pass Conflict E. WEAVER, such taxes and assessments and bonds issued to refund such of- 1937 and Chapter 19276 Acts
age of special or local Legislator, Superintendent of Public and authorizing and empoweringthe outstanding bonds, and provid- of Florida. Acts of Laws
the substance of which will be as follows Instruction of HendryCounty Board of Commissioners of ing procedure therefor; authoriz- without limiting the 1939, and
: Florida. said District, the several County ing said District and its Board of of the foregoing, generality
the Office of Tax Collectors and Clerks of the Commissioners particularly Sec-
Creating to
-, AN ACT comply with or tions One (1)
29. Five
County Attorney In and For All April 11-18-25. May respective Circuit Courts to take avail Itself'of the provisions of (7), Eight (5), Seven
Counties of the State of Florida certain action in connection there- the Federal Municipal l Bankruptcy eight (48). Seventyn(70)) )andoSee-
,Having a T'opulatior, of Not T.es: with; authorizing the cancellationof Act and other Acts of the Con tions Eighty-four (84)
Than 5,150 and Not More Than NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY certain taxes or assessments gress of the United States, having nine (99), both inclusive, Ninety-of said
the 1940 Fed- against lands acquired or to be for their the
,6,300, According to FOR PASSAGE OF purposes composi- Chapter 14717 as
eral Census; Providing for the SPECIAL! OR LOCAL LEGISLATION acquired by the Federal Government tion, settlement or refunding, of amending ( amended;
:Appointment and Election Thereof or any agency thereof, for indebtedness of drainage or Improvement said Chapter 17902Ineamending
; Prescribing the Duties and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That park and reservation purposes and districts; providing Section Eleven (11) of; said
Powers of Said Officer; Fixing at the session of the Legislature of to exempt such lands from future that no sales shall be held by the 17902 as amended by Chapter -
of Office of Said Of- district taxes: providing for extension Tax Collectors of the said
the Term Florida convening in April, 1941, application several Chapter 19276; and, repealing all
ficer and the Compensation to Be will be madefor the pass- of time within which redemptions counties in which lands of said laws or parts of laws in conflict
Paid to Said Officer, and Repeal- of special or local legislation, the from tax liens or cer District lie with respect' to Dis- herewith. -
ing All Laws and Parts of Laws age substance of which in whole or in tificates may be made and pre- trict taxes or Assessments appear- DATED this April 29th 1941.
In Conflict Herewith.J. scribing terms and conditions up- ing on the tax rolls for the year BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
will be follows
DAVIDSON, part as : and amounts for which OF
O. to Everglades on which 1940. and providing procedure to EVERGLADES DRAINAGE
An Act relating
Chairman Board of County Drainage District, a drainage dis- such redemptions shall be effected be had in lieu of such sales; authorizing By MARK R TENNANT DISTRICT
Commissioners of Hendry ; authorizing Board of Com- the foreclosure ,
under the laws of of tax \
trict existing 'i Chairman.
County, Florida.' Florida; authorizing the issuance missioners of said District to per- liens and certificates by the Board I May 2. '

:April 11-18-25, Slay 2-9. of negotiable bonds for the pur- ----- - ; .
-------- -- ----
pose of refunding existing obligations -

thereof, '
Board of Commissioners
bonds, notesor OF FLORIDA,
whether evidenced by ,
otherwise, and providing pro- '
cedure therefor; providing for CITY -OF CLE\VISTON, 'a municipal corporation, Complainant, vs. CERTAIN LANDS UPON ..WHICH TAXES ARE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the appointment of a Receiver for DELINQUENT, Defendant. .t
Archie May, holder of Tax CertificateNo. said District upon default in the You are hereby notified that the City of Clewiston, a municipal corporation, has filed its bill of complaint In
96, issued 'the 1st day of August, payment of such refunding bondsor the above named court to foreclose delinquent Tax Certificates! and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years with interest
A. D. 1927, has filed same in my office interest coupons appurtenant and penalties upon the parcels of land set forth in the following schedule, all of said parcels lying and-
and has' made application for a thereto to be Issued pursuant tc be neJn the City of Clewlst, Hendry County, Florida, the aggregate amount of said Tax Certificates
tax deed to be' issued thereon. Said authority granted by this Act, paid Taxes for Subsequent Years against said respective parcels of land, as set forth in said : bill of comDlaVnV
certificate embraces the following described and prescribing the powers and being set opposite such parcels in the following schedule, to-wit: ,

property in the County of duties of such Receiver; provid- The General Plan of ClewlHton, Florida, ait revised Sept ember 7, 1037, according to plat recorded
Hendry. State of Florida, to-wit: ing for the foreclosure by the 2, page 71 to 78, inclusive Public Records of Hendry County, Florida. in Pint Book
Fourteen acres on east end of holder of refunding bonds which DESCRIPTION OF LANDS
S>2 of SWof NW',+ except one may be issued pursuant to the AMOUNT: OF TAX AMOUNT OF UNPAID TAXES
acre in Southeast corner, Section provisions of this Act, of tax Tax '\: CERTIFICATES FOR !'UU'ElUEXT'EAnS
9, Township 43 S. Range 28 E. liens or tax sale certificates. evidencing Tax Year ,
The assessment of the said prop- taxes or special assessments Lot Block 1932
erty under the said certificate issued levied or assessed by or\ 30 23 $ x1933 1934., 1D3 936 1937 938 1939 ID40 TOTAL
was in the name of Louis Weisman. for said District; changing or 31 23 $ E 6.25 $ 6.25 $ 6.60 7.00 6.65" 6.65 _..m 39..0
shall be redeemed (Bal) 4.94 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 ___._
Unless said certificate modifying the zones in said Dis- 32 -23 ; 6.65 38.09
according to law, the prop- trict for the purpose of taxation: 23 26 :.' 6.30 3.80 6.25 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 --.... 39.40
described therein will be sold providing for the levy, assessmentand 4.55 4.55 4.80 500 475'' 475 42'30
erty 24 26 : 6.30 3.80
to the highest bidder at Mondaycourt collection of special taxes or 25 26 ., 6.30 3.80 3.80 3.80 '4.55 4.55 4.80 5:00: 4:15: 4:75: =::::: 42:30:
house door on the first assessments against the lands in 26 26- 6.30 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 500 475 475 ._..-- 42.30
of 1941, which is the In this 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5'00 4'75 4,75. _
the month May, said District, as rezoned 27 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 -' -- 4'0
5th day of May. 1941. Act: providing for a flexible system 28 26 6.30 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5'00 4'75 4'75 "'-_-' 4230
Dated this 10th day of April, 1941. of taxation and prescribing 29 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4'75 f 4'75 -....-- 42,30
,(SEAL) maximum rates of special taxesor 30 26 630 380 3.80 380' 4'u 4.55 ,4.55 4'55 .80 5.00 4.75 4.75 _._.....- .2.0)0
WILLIAM T. HULL, assessments to be Imposed 4 139 5.58 3:38: 3'38 4'04 4.80 5.00 4.75 4,75 -"._.-. 42.30
Clerk of Circuit Courtof against the lands In the several 9 141 3.10 3'10 3'70 4.04 4.26 4.40 4.18 4,18-------_._ 37.44
Hendry County, Florida. zones or classifications of lands 12 171 702 422 4.22'' 5'06 .0160 .90 4.00 3.80 3.80 -......... 29.10
April 11, 18, 25, May 2. set forth in this Act,\ and provid- 6 5. a.34 5.60 5.70 5.70 _'_'_. 47.92
ing procedure for the levy, assess- 1 H '- 3.0. 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3,80.20.02
ment and collection of such spec- 6 9 5.10 3.10 2.75 5.00 5.70 5.70 ......-... 19.151 -
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLYFOR ial taxes or assessments; creat- 23 195'5.; 6.30. 3.80 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 ..__..... 34.2(
PASSAGE OF 3.80. 4.55 .4.55 4.80' 5.00 4.75 .._
ing certain funds for the moniesof 4 196 5.10 3.10 22.80 m. 60.35
SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION the District; ascertaining, determining 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 400 380 380. 340
and declaring benefits 10 7 201 202''. 3.10 3.70 3.70 4:00: 4:75: 4.75.: :::::: 20:110:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat accrued and to accrue to the lands 13 204 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80. 3.80 __... 29.10
the session of the Legislature cf 2 207 4.62 4.10. 2.82 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 ...__._ 34.20
Florida to convene in .April 1941, application 3 207 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.80 3.80....__... 31.72
2.82 3.36 3.36:
3.54 3.60 3.80 ._.__.
3.80 31.72
,will be made for pass- 20 207 'I' 4.14 2.54
2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18
substance of 3.20' 3.80 3.80 ___.. 29.24
of Legislation, 208 3.18
age 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46
2.85 2.85 _._._. 22.38
be follows 4'
which will as the Compensation 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.1100 2.85 2.85 .__..... 22.38 !
AN ACT Fixing 5 208 3.18 1.98 "'1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 .._.
of Board of 2.85 2.85 _. 22.38
of Members 6 208 3.18 1.98
1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46
2.40 2.85 2.85 ___
County Commissioners In Coun- Good FarmLand 11 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34
the State of Florida Hav- 21 2.85 2.85 _.._., 22.38
ties of of Not Less 22 208 3.18 1.98.' 2.34 2.40 2.85 2.85 ....._._.. 15,60
Ing a Population Not More Than 208 3.18 1.98 ; 1 2.34 2.40 '2.85 2.85 .._._..._ 15.60
Than 5,160 and 24 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02
3.20 3.80 3.80 ._._. 29.24
, 5,300,. According to the 1940 Fed- 25 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80.___ 29.24
eral Census, and repealing All 26 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80..x_ 29.24

Laws In Conflict Herewith.DAVIDSON 28 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80.._...._ 22.56
p- J. O. 29 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80._.._.. 22.5G
Chairman Board of County 1 355.- 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 '3.02 3.18 3.20 3.42 1.14 __...... 26,2Q
_rommissi9ivgrs! t of .,Hendry "_ for Rent 23 355 4.14 2,54 2.54 U)2) 3.02 3.18 3.20 1,90 I 1.90 "...._.__ 25.44
J>*- Count, Floridi -* 28 .356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 2.85 1.14 ...._.__ 25.63

April 11-18-25, :May 2-9. ,T 39 356 4.14 2.54 2.54. 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 ...._._... 24.68
40 456 4.14 2.54 2.54.. 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1,14 .......... 24.68
.. 41 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02. 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 ._._.._. 24.68
13 367 ; 2.68 2.82 2.80 -s 2.66 2.G6 ......_... 13.62
NOTICE OF INTENTION pFO APPLY 15 377 .62 < t 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 : 3.42 3.42 _.._..... 25.32
FOR PASSAGE 14-15 378' R, : 17.30 18.30 20.00 } 22.80 38.00 ......_... 116.40
SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION 19 378 38.70 22.70 22.70 27.50 27,50 29.10 32.00 26.60 28.50 ___.._ 255.30
13 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 4.75 4.75 ____ 62.40<

is HEREBY GIVEN That 14 385 10.20. 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80.. 8.00 3.80 3.80 ..__.._ 60.50
NOTICE of the Legislature of 15 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 ._... 60.50
at the session In April 1941 application 16 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40" 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 _........ 60.50
Florida to will convene be made for the passage Trespassers< local Legislation 4 411 2.34" 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28.. 11.7&
or --
of special of which will he as 5 411 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28 __._. 11.76
the substance Will Be 14-15-16 412. I 5.10 5.10 22.40 22.40 23.70 22.80 .._._ 101.50
follows: ACT Providing for the 27 422' 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 ...._. 24.49
AN 28 422 5:10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.7,0 3.90 4.00 1.71 1.14 _..___ 29.45
Prosecuted 27 423 .. 3.02 3.02 3.20 1.71 1.14 _.,__... 12.09
28 423 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14__._ 24..9
.:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 29 423 4.142.54\ 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1,71 1.14 .__._ 24.49
? 35 446 5,10 3.10 3.10' 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 __._. 34.20
M :: 36 446 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 3.80 .80 _._ 40AO
: : 10 495 J.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.28 .28 -:_._ 16.08
.=. ::J G f .=. 9 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00. 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1,90.__._ 18.00
.=. .=. 10 498 ." 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1,90._.__ 13.60
.=. 15 498 2.70 1,70 1.70" 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90.18,00
t. PANAMA, HATS ,ARE NOT + Clewiston 7 505 1.50 1.00 1.00 1,15 1.15 1.20 1.00 .95 .95 __ 9.90

: .. In addition to the amounts set opposite each parcel of land in the foregoing schedule, interest and pen-
.. Panama hats are manufactured ; Realty And alties as provided by law on such 'delinquent, Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years: together
:x: almost exclusively in Ecua, :xt : with a proportionate, part of the costs and expenses of this' suit, are sought to be enforced and foreclosed in this
suit. ..
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dor and Peru. The
.. .t.i You are hereby notified to appear and make your defenses to said bill of complaint i! on or before the 2nd
.i. arose because the hats, originally ? DevelopmentCorpol'ation day of June,,,A. D. 1941, the same being a Rule Day of th is Court, and If you fail to do so on or before said date,.
::: made in Ecuador, were ::: the bill will be taken as confessed by you and you will be barred from thereafter contesting said suit, and said
.. introduced to the commercial -} respective parcels of land will be sold by decree of said court. for nonpayment of said taxes, and Interest and
penalties thereon and the of '
costs this suit.
:_: world through Panama. 1.1 ..- ? WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and 'affixed the official seal of said Court thisthe :

.. "Nuggets of Knowledge" :. 30thday of April, A, D. 1941.
.:. Geo. W. Stimpson. .;. WILLIAM T. HULL
v Clerk of the Circuit Court Hendry County, Florida.

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