The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00838
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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 9, 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: UF00028415:00838
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I ,i Location Of Air TrainingBase Hub Spooner Building Stewart Would Put Lake L'

New Home On PacificPaul

Seen As Probability Bussey, local building'con- Counties In New District I

,I _________________________________ tractor, began work the first of
I 0; the week on a $5,000 residence for c -

Tentative Site Selected New Auditorium Is Hub Spooner, manager of the Hub First Baseball GameScheduled Increase In Population''

Chevrolet Company, on Pacific

Two Miles East of Under ConstructionWorkmen Avenue' adjoining the home of A. SundayThe Gives One MoreCongressman

W. Sias.

Elmore Station The home is of frame construc-

of the United States tion, two stories in height and the Clewiston baseball team .. '
T overall dimensions are 32 feet by will have its first game Sunday
Sugar Corporation began the latter
Probability of an army air base 40 feet. In the downstairs will afternoon in Belle Glade, a prac- A determined effort to have the
part) of last week the constructionof
being located in this section was the new recreation hall which be located a large garage, living tice game with the Belle Glade new congressional district to which

seen this week when Major Strana- of room, dining room and kitchen. team."- Florida is entitled formed of coun-
forms the main building the
han of the Army Air Corps, Paul housing development near the ,There will be screened side porch Among the players on the rosterat ties in this section of the state, to

Riddle of the Embrey-Riddle: aviation Barracks for house em- and a terrace in front. Upstairswill this time are: Chas. Roberts, include Hendry and other neigh-

school in, Arcadia and Jake ployees. sugar be two bedrooms and bath Bud Vaughn and E. H. Holstine, boring counties is being made in

Boyd, Palm Beach county engineer and .a large storage space which pitchers; Ray Bass and Ed Clark the legislature at Tallahassee.

and aviation enthusiast spent Foundation work is almost completed may be converted into room spacein catchers; A. C: Carlton, Leroy Representative Stewart is au-

Tuesday in Clewlstou making inquiries I I and farming'material is on the future. Hare, Junior Waters, Owen Winn, thor of a bill, now' in the committee -

as to housing conditions, the ground ready for the rapid home will of the House of
The interior of the Jack Waters and Bill Peay, in- Representatives -
water supplies, electric service, erection of the building. be plastered throughout and the fielders and Bud Hundertmark, which would create the new

etc, and indicated that aerial surveys The auditorium will have a seat- exterior finish will be of eight-inch Sandy Bell, Aaron Knight and district of a group of small coun-

;' had already been made of the Ing capacity of five hundred with novelty siding. The roof will 'be others in the outfield. Peay and ties around the Lake section. Co.

I' area with a view to establishing lounge room, card rooms and well- of astestos-cement shingles.Mr. Hundertmark, newcomers to Clew- introducers with Mr. Stewart on

I ) a, location for a possible air baseor r equipped kitchen. It will be 154 ,Bussey expects to have the iston baseball, are said to be, heavy this bill, House Bill 644, were,

j training school.I' feet long and is eighty feet wide home ready for occupancy about hitters and their ability at bat is Representatives Peeples of Glades,

{ There was no definite information across the front. The main audi- 'June 1.MAY. counted on to carry the club to a Dunham of DeSoto, Lanier of High-

,I given out, even If'StIch is torium is forty feet in, width. most successful I season. lands, Wotitzky of Charlotte, Bryanof

available, and the sub-office of the Hardee, Simpson of Jefferson,

U. S. Engineers in Clewiston was Mrs. J. Ligon Reeves DAY 'FESTIVAL Lieutenant Governor Burks of Pasco, Lambe' of Jack-

J silent on the matter. However the X son, Scates of Taylor, Sheldon of

I appearance of, the army official! and Hillsborough, Safford and Shaferof
Died In Pahokee Of Kiwanis VisitsJim
1 the investigation made gives credence OF NATIONS HELD Polk, Williams of Hernando,'

to the report'or rumor current .--- Turner of St. Johns, Shivers of

for several weeks that a field was Word was received here this Hoffman of Coral Gables, Washington and Gray of Bay. A

,. to' be constructed along Road, 25. morning of the sudden death in TUESDAY AFTERNOONOne Lieutenant Governor of Kiwanis in study of the counties represented

Present information Is to-the this district, paid an official visitto in this list will show what Mr.
Pahokee after-
hospital yesterday
effect that the site chosen tentatively the local club at its regular Stewart has I secured strong back-

J is located about two miles east noon of Mrs. J. Ligon Reeves, a of the prettiest May Day meeting on Wednesday evening at ing from every .section of the state

>! of John Elmore's station at the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. festivals ever presented by a high the Inn. for his bill.

J junction of Road 25 and Road 67 Kinsey of Clewiston. school group was the May Day In his talk Mr. Hoffman embraced In the Senate Senator David Elmer

: I Festival of Nations given Tuesday i Ward has introduced a similar
and lies south of the highway. This According to reports she was many things of interest to I

location makes the site exactly stricken ill Thursday, seriously afternoon on'the grounds of the every Kiwanian and was highly I bill, which differs from the Stewart

midway between Clewiston and Clewiston school when' Miss Margaret complimentary in his remarks to bill in but a few provisions. A
enough that it ''was thought neces-
/ Moore Haven. It Is located on the sary to take her to the hospital., Von Mach, and Sam Lang, the members of the local club. Thisis special committee has been ap-

I direct route between Miami and Death is said to have ,occurred be- were crowned Queen and King of his first visit to the club since pointed in the Senate and in the

I Tampa, the radio beam carrying fore or soon after 'her' arrival at the May. Margaret is the daughterof taking. office and he will make one House on reapportionment. Senator -

ft most planes over this area. the hospital.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach more official visit during the year. Ward's bill would create a

'' and Sam is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Following the meeting a meet- new first district, composed, of 15 .h
The presence of Mr.\ 'Riddle with Reeves is a sister of Mrs.
Sam Lang. Both are'members of ing' of the board of directors was counties formerly parts of the old
army official indicates that I Carl Kolstad and Jack Kinsey and Fr.
0 the senior class.A first district around Tampa and
this may be a training school had many ,friends in Clewiston. held. dis-fib,
Lakeland and the old fourth
of the series of
similar to that recently constructed synopsis ,
field near Carl&iSTti; 'Zieh'i 'a ? events. was given over, the loudspeaker Heavy Rains Do trict around Miami. In this dV
I Closing "- Programof CollydothDeSoto
trict would be
; Arcadia. "0'j l' before the'festival' 'began, : & Charlotte
t ',' to Glades, Hardee, H"er, in-
the audience
and enabled grasp Much Damage In
Grade School To Le ,
Second the significance of the groups of Highlands, Indian River, -

, Group Of dances and drills. The explanation; tee, Martin, Palm Bea.ct' '
Be Held MondayThe Okeechobee ,Area chobee,. Sarasota and t..,JI1
: of the festival was' that the King --.
{:1' Editors Visit ,Here wishing to fur- Creation of the' lle1' ftKrict of --
iI ;,0 and Queen of May,
I slice of the from East to
season a state
world call-
ther the cause of peace, The appeared 0
Clewiston grade school will West Coast across the Lake Okee-
r ed'in contact other <
, ambassadors to to have been abruptly ended on the
a Approximately 275 newspapermen I end 'its term on Monday of the chobee section would even up the
nations, and a good-will Okeechobee
arrange East Shore of Lake
" and women, the second contingent I coming week and closing, exercises'will population in the various districts. ,
festival. Then the procession be- afternoon when that
: of the group of, National be held in the high school Wednesday The new district's population would '

:"r I Editorial Association... members on auditorium Monday night. An in- gan.Nick area bore the brunt of a sudden be 213,000; the second district

a tour of Florida, were entertaIn- teresting. progra-m has been arranged Schiffli was the bugler who and terrific deluge of rain. Clewis- unchanged around Jacksonville and .

if 11, ed here last Friday by the United I and everyone is cordially: invit- heralded the entrance of the coro- ton, with an official reading of .70 Gainesville, 306,000; the fourth

,: States Sugar Corporation. ed to attend.' nation party. The maids were inch was the only station: in the district, Broward, Dade, Munroe,
' in floor-length billowy frocksof farming area which reported less
;1 The first group numbering close The program is as follows: lovely 321,600; the fifth district, un-
organdy in pastel shades Each than an inch and the State Prison
i; to 250 came to ''Clewiston on Tuesday Opening Prayer. changed Orlando, Ocala and Day-
I maid had a special flower-girl whose Farm at Belle Glade reported bet-
, of last .week. The second "Come Thou Almighty King" tona Beach areas 289,000; and the
of the'maid's.. ter than nine inches.
costume replica
I group had made an excursion trip High School Glee Club. was a sixth district, Polk, Hillsborough,

to Cuba and upon their return were Talk-Mrs.: Essie Oliver, Sixth The Queen's dress was white and None of the, larger tomato acre- Pasco, Pinellas .and Hernando
her regal train was borne by two around Clewiston and in
accorded the same entertainmentat Grade Teacher. counties, 378,000.
places on the tour itinerary as' Address-Rev. Fr. L. J. Flynn. pages in white; a third page bore Glades County were damaged by :Mr. Stewart says that he "is fully

was accorded the first group. Awarding of Perfect Attendance the crown on a white satin piilow; the rain which averaged about an aware of the fight, or protest, that

1 Certificates. and two pages preceded the part) inch over the area but no report will be registered" against his bill
The weather much nicer for
The maids of the court were Beulah has been made of the damage south-
the visit of the second and Awarding of Promotion Certifi- to create the new district in
group Guthrie, Louise Roath, Edna ,Leiter ward. Heavy rains two weeks ago several
cates. I Florida; for there are now I
permitted of the
tertainment more to original be carried en Special Awards-Rev. ,Fr. L. J. and Gloria McDuffie. Ambassadors did considerable damage and it is bills 'in committee which would
program were Junior Waters, Charles Turner feared that much more was done
Flynn. make the new district in west or
out. They were given a barbecuedbeef
and Paul ,Pullen.
dinner at the warehouse and Student Farewell-Mary Louise Aaron Knight this week. north Florida. He is doing everything -

were later entertained with Thomas. Terrell Cason, Billy Broadfoot, United States Sugar Corporationgauges to create sentiment favoringthe
a pro- Walton and
gram at the Townsite Village audi- Student Welcome-Wanda Shelter. Orbie Luke, Thomas in the Eastern Division new district to include Hendry
torium. Here the choral Sixth Grade Medley. Larry Davis were showed 3.62 inches at Azucar, 7.12 county.
group lads who acted as pages. The flower inches in Section 23 and 8.65 in
"Auld Lang Syne"-Glee Club.
and movie of
sang a Sugar In The
Mathis Emma,
girls were Diane, < Section 24. Section 23 also had
Closing Prayer. Local Scouts Enter'Swimming
Everglades was shown. Later they Mueller
we're taken to the top of the' levee The special awards to be given Jane Ezelle, Elsie ,. another .,.78 on Thursday. In the

for a glimpse of Lake Okeechobee. by Rev. Fr. L. J. Flynn, pastor of Harris and Helen Espenlaub.The of boys in Western Division South Shore with ; MeetA
st; Margaret's Catholic Church are peppiest group 6.10 inches was high and Clewiston's -
The band concert during the There
school the flag-bearers.
cash prizes of $2.50 to the boy'' ando were .70 was low Benbow show-
luncheon was much enjoyed by the were four representing each ,coun- Point 1.65, group of local Boy Scouts and '
the girl in the grades with the ed 1.10 inches, Liberty
visitors and loud applause greeted best scholastic, attendance and activity try in .the pageant. They marchedin Bear Beach 1.05, Ritta 2.37, Mi- their Scoutmaster, Charles Benson,
the announcement of the "Ever- and led, the procession of Punta Gorda Friday
participation record in the a body ami Locks 3.05 and South Bay 5.70. were in on
glades Sugar ,March." Copies of children in costume of the various night of last week to participate ina
school. wake of this rain vege-
In the
this march were given to those requesting lands. The Dutch children in cos- swimming meet scheduled by the "
them to take back to their table prices are expected to go
tume and white wooden clogs were Sunniland Council.
much higher. Bean prices, in,, a
home orchestras and bands. Academy Hilton Williams, Calvin Swindle, In the lightweight group Sammy
slump for a few weeks, had begunto '
Billy Blount, Doris Adams, Helen Young was the only entry and
An address of welcome was made gain and tomato prices, already
by Jay W. Moran, vicepresidentand Graduates Five Douglas, Clara Jennings, Dorothy took fourth place in a twentyfiveyard
high, may: go even higher. '
general manager of the sugar Croy, Joan Sutton and Darlene I dash. He failed to place in
Knowles. Their dance was charac- Saved from damage by rain was diving and comedy diving.In .
corporation, and a brief talk was
Harlem Academy, a junior high W. S.
tomato field
the 140 acre
teristic of ,the Dutch countries.A the middleweight group Sher-
made by Josiah Ferris. Roy Brown,
school for colored students, closeda E. Miner south of
Bowdon and C.
past NEA president, made the re- lively bunch of Japanese ,fol wood Hall came out fifth in the
successful with graduation
sponse for the visitors, assisted most exercises for year the five members of lowed, chosen from the second Benbow. This was originally a 200 dash'and failed to place in diving.In .

ably by his wife. Russell Kay was its senior class last night. The grade. They were Joe Schroeder, (Continued on page 10)) the nightgown relay, the local

master of ceremonies. Wayne Shelter, Terrell Cason, team of Sherwood Hall, Sonny
exercises held in the Town-
James Adams, Jimmie Haynie, Jim- Thursday Afternoon Vaughn .and Elbert Hooker placed
As the with the
was case first site auditorium,' which was beau-
mie Waters, Edwin Messer, John fourth. Elbert Hooker was sec-
group of visitors, this second group tifully decorated for the occasion.
Schiffli, Richard Griffin, Gerald Closings To Start ond in the candle race and Ferney
appeared to enjoy every minute Rev. W. M. Senior delivered'the
Sutton, Lawrence Tingle, Eleanor Elkins failed to place in the comedy
spent here and marvelled at the baccalaureate address.
Von Mach, Rachel Miner, Joyce diving exhibition.
ease and thoroughness with which
entertained. Diplomas were presented by H. Turner, Patsy Meredith, Leitha Beginning next Thursday after- Bobby' Broadfoot came in secondin

they were C. Kolstad Clewiston member of Fielder, Carol Alston, Phyllis noon employees of' all stores and the heavyweight candle race

the county school board. Dr. C. Bishop, Mary Ann Emrich. most other places of business In and was third in comedy diving.

Florida produces winter vegetables E. Weaver, superintendent, 'made a Hawaiian lads with leis and Clewiston will enjoy the usual The relay team composed of Broad-

and fruits on 400,000 acres, short talk. The graduates were ,stringed Instruments formed a Thursday afternoon holidays. This foot, Billy Perry and Guy Elkins

shipping at the rate of 21 carloadsper Bernice Biggs, Johnnie Mae Lewis, pleasing background for the little practice will continue until mid- took second place in the nightgown

Frankie Lee New, Juanita Varner, hula-hula dancers in grass skirts ,September. relay. Elkins also entered and
hour every hour in the year,
and Arthur Earl Wright. 'who performed for the court. It is understood that stores will failed to place in the dash and

day and night-or 1,000 cars a The exercises closed a week of These were from the 'third grade close at 12:30 and" that drugstores breast stroke and Oliver Martinez

day for six months. : (Continued o"h page 10) (Continued on page 10)) will' close at 1:00 or 1:30.: failed to place in the egg race.




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I I It Used to Be 'Sissy' I

There teas a time when the man who played badminton was regarded

as something less than a he-man. But those days are gone. In these

i p' bNfi action photos made by the Speedray technique, two topnotchers, Ken

R QE EN Davidson and Hugh Forgie, show you some of the strokes. r ,WNU S

Washington, D. C. Private PapersOf


The island bases of the United I harassed
best ican Consul at
considered our
States are now
against invasion. But happened: A small,
brasshats get a leaned confidentially
and navy
army and said "Please
: ,
rebuke in a report pre
tell me if there is any
pared by the house appropriations I could get entrance
that inspected
subcommittee derful country?" .

bases. James G. Scrug- pressed by
Written by Rep.
ham of Nevada, chairman of the 1 quests and haggard
nights, roughly replied
recommends the '
the report t A
group now. Come back in
immediate creation of an "inde- "
pendent air force." This would be years!
The little refugee
intended to correct two chief \
the door, stopped,
abuses: with a wan smile: "
(1) The location of army and navy "
bases almost side by side in flat, < ernoon?

unprotected country, thus "inviting" (2) U /Lp Well, as most of us
destruction by enemy
Nazi aviator who
Failure to build hangars, repair
and other facilities under- Canadian
shops lamistered to Peru,

ground. $15,000 bail posted
the first criticism the
Consulate. This is
Scrugham report states: "This
policy of concentrating highly essen-
henceforth crack
tial military or industrial struc-
and there will be
tures in very limited areas cannotbe of them .

too strongly condemned, and ....... aviator didn't have
constitute an error of gravest
may This is as true in our during his escape .
consequences. b' week here he was
territorial as well as our continental
the Broadway -
defenses. of them he got a
destruction of
"The lesson of the
for talking too much
the Polish air force by the Germansat
the beginning of the war seemsto when you've
(no less a double )
have gone entirely unheeded (by
all like, but
cape you
the aeronautic bureau chiefs responsible -
feel better than a
). In a flat country, pro-
Which is a lot
tected air facilities may be imprac- x
like a live Nazi who
tical, but where there are adjacenthills I "
it seems inexcusable to delib- a double "Mickey. !

erately build bases invitingly
located for bombing attacks, and so Notes of an

close together that an enemy plane Innocent'

can hit one if it misses the other. I The shuttlecock The Wireless:
,Top:. or
the story is the Far East
"Everywhere ,' expressed
Bird is in flight across
same, from Hawaii to Puerto Rico, Japan is strictly a
from Alaska to the Virgin Islands, j the net here, and Ken Davidson er. Lots of form in

Jamaica and Trinidad. Also, no (left) also looks as if he but a stumblebum in

adequate' plans have been formulat-j is: soaring, after smashing it Upton Close called

Ed for water reserves, except to contract 4 over to his opponent, HughForgie Moscow an

for drilling a few wells, with who is recovering tions know they are

gave* uncertainties as to quality I IScr ijter going off balance. ai ,f A 'lan classed in the
and'c antity." cle Samson .
gham's conclusions are thata Zowie Hugh ed that the Japs
Right : ,
"tragedy of the first magnitude"may "> 4. 9 }d ay ping on the water,
develop unless immediate Forgie British and U. S. printing'L
tlte-head smash.This
steps are talCerhto rectify conditions I tround- make them velly

.a-lh.e-territofi3l b'ases. His solution shot is used by the better James Young, who ,

,,, "''-, is the centralization of all military players rather than a backhand Japs for his ;

.-,., air forces under a single head stroke. dicted that some I 1

with cabinet rank. ball army officer, I

(1 I would get that

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR AIR Below: Ken goes up into the air to If so, he warned,
meet the bird. He is about to execute a Stalin's planes'would
One of the significant
between the war and navy depart- high, back hand lob, smash or drop shot. like flies, dropping
their suki-yaki
ments is the hostility of navy brass.
hats to civilian scrutiny* and controlof have been advanced
Carthy's drop in
their operations. Fri'Ih I
one seems to have
Deciding that the vastly expanded
at the'
program on
army air corps needed a central di-
en Hayes
recting head, Stimson and Patterson # broadcasts
; selected Robert Lovett, New game
York banker and World war ace, I find a sponsor I II
of coin.
for the job and had the President I
how the ball clubs
appoint him. There was no inter-

ference from the generals, and air ing good '
corps chiefs are working harmoni-
ously and effectively with their new S I
civilian boss. The Front Pages

Navy brasshats, on the other y y &, cent asked editorial.a sensible
hand, are fighting tooth and nail to '
block a similar civilian intrusioninto s r' '' 6 know, should Sen.
their gold-braided realm. head the military
operations tee? In his eight
Through high-powered lobbying -
in the house, the admirals ate, says the Times
fication he has piled
wormed into the $3,500,000,000 navy
appropriation bill a provision that portant post is

would make it impossible to ''namean yC l S as well argue that
that hangs the
assistant secretary for air.
when it's only the
The prohibitive clause is a very
slick piece of axing. On its faceit before Lindbergh
l licity dodger,'poured
has no connection with the pro- t
n '
posed civilian appointee. It merely Above: Ken Davidson, one of the greatest on soured Britain him., the That
bars the of funds
expenditure navy
"for any additional positions trick shot artists the game has ever pro- tention to Major de

at a rate 'of compensation in excess duced, demonstrates, one of his tricks. swer to the
echoed the Major's i
of $5,000 a year. The pay for an i

assistant secretary is $8,000 a year. .i > Y Z J "Where does a
'get off to pose as

TOUGH DRAFT BOARDSThe combat flying, of I
none, yet?" .
problem of industrial man-
has a good
power has become so acute that de-
France food on
fense chiefs have complained to se-
and if
lective service officials that some
mit those terms-
local boards are "too tough" about will know who's

men.granting deferment to skilled work- The Story \\1

Ohio draft boards, for example, ; smokers who want
the induction of crafts-
are ordering
in order to help
men badly needed for the crucial snap out of their

machine tool program. Similar reading "To
have been made against
complaints Men," in Harper's.
Michigan draft authorities for tak-
ton, a banker who
ing specially skilled men needed b;, Naziism grow in

the Packard plant now producing the tycoons who
airplane engines for
Rolls-Royce the first to be
the British. Remember-it's an

From Virginia have come report er saying this .
that the draft is hampering the vast posed to be broke

naval and shipbuilding program at how can it afford
Newport of charge, an
The problem of labor supply is called Spain? ." .

also hitting agriculture. Agricul ,. :1JJhL reports what's
tural officials fear that so much : : try, but carries
labor is being drained off farms thai troops huddling

some of them want to bar any more, I Hugh Forgie is caught by the I Forgie playing a defensive she Gibraltar. Who is

defense plants in midwestern dairy Speedray here in a graceful leap. back to his opponent's baseline. high priced job of
and pork sections. I

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ASK MEANOTHER "Th A Quiz With Answers fi

r =i Offering Information -

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i To keep the inside of 'a gas .1
ehs range in good condition, remove The Questions 'The Answers

4eu rust that may have accumulatedwith 1. What is a solecism? 1. A grammatical error.

coarse sandpaper, then rub 2. Where is the measurement 2.. In astronomy (used for meas-

over entire surface with olive oil. parsec used? uring space between the stars).
3. What is the lee side of a ship? 3. The side opposite to that from

Shrinkage in woolens is usuallydue 4. 'May one sound be producedso which the wind is blowing.

to over-washing. In ordinary as to neutralize another sound, I 4. Scientists say that two sounds .
:z44\ : circumstances, three minutes is the result being silence? may be produced in such a man-

: \ :long enough for them. 5. Who was the Spanish con-' ner that; they neutralize each oth-
queror of Mexico? er and the result is silence.

When'' rooms are to be painted, 6. In the famous poem, named 5. Cortez.

coat windows with a cleaning pow- after the hero, what "boy stood on 6. Casabianca.

:der. If paint splatters on the glassit the burning deck"? 7. Egypt. Consanguineous mar- ,

comes off easily when the pow- 7. What country is noted for its riages are those, between half- .
;\. der is wiped away. consanguineous marriages? brothers and halfsisters.BNDIGESTDON.



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Caj trapped In tho stomach or gullet may act like a
hair-trigger on tho licarL At tho Oral Sign of dlslrcsi
.i.iS' smart men and women depend on Bcll-ani Tablet to
lot gas free. -No laiatlvc but made of the fastest-
;; ;1n ;ie vk acting medicines known for acid Indigestion. If the
F' FIRST DOSE doesn't' prove Bell-am better return
bottle to us and receive DOUBLE Money kick 25c.

HI m m HI
Sin of OmissionA

! on plywood or thin lumber, cut out with wrong-d6er is often a man

I JUST LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE! jig, coping or keyhole' saw and paint as that has left something undone,
, I suggested on the pattern, or as you wish. not he
(See Recipes Below) always that has done some-
General cutout directions accompany the
, thing.-Marcus Aurelius.
IT WAS WONDEr i UL FOOD! t order. Send your order to:

j Remember flying home, pigtails AUNT MARTHABox t SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN

to smell and, Menu For a Mother-Daughter 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
thumping, supper V @R@lLD i] CrJ}
guess? Remember being saucer- BanquetFor Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

I eyed as mother's marble cake took ( not-too-large a group) desired. Pattern No........,..... WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

r a blue ribbon I at the fair? And remember Strawberry and Pineapple Cup Name ...............................

licking the last bit of sweet- Roast Chicken Giblet Gravy /i, (,TyrrN Address ......;.............eo....... Arrogant DisregardTo
ness from the frosting platter?
Bread Filling Fresh Asparagus disregard what the world
I know you must remember. How thinks of us is not only arrogantbut
Fruit Salad
could you forget? It was wonderfulfood utterly shameless.Cicero.Spray .
i Ice Cream Cookies r I Costly Toys

And it's to the best cooks in the Coffee Milk FARMER BROWN'S little boy,

world' our mothers that this patched overalls, straw hat and The yacht, Rainbow; built at a

week's column is dedicated. When times. Cream butter thoroughly, polka-dot neckerchief, poses for a cost of $400,000 only six years ago

/t' you pay them homage on Mother'sday add sugar gradually. and cream together most practical cutout. He gladly to defend the America's cup

1941, perhaps you'll'enjoy us- well. Add egg and beat very holds a hose and sprinkles lawn or against Mr. Sopwith's Endeavour,
ing some of the following recipes, thoroughly; then chocolate'and vanilla garden the whole day through. has been sold as scrap for ,one- with "Black Leaf 40." One ounce
favorites of the long ago. and blend. Add about one- third of her original cost. These makes six gallons of effective aphis spray.

In 'those days, to be caught with- fourth of the flour and beat well; In 16-Inch size, the outlines for this over- modern racing yachts are nothing Use,"Black leaf miners Leaf ,40"young on aphis sucking, leafhoppers bugs-;

out plenty of food, and good food, then add sour cream and beat thor- all boy, are on Z9278, 15 cents!. Trace him but speed machines. They can- lace bugs, mealy bugs and most thrips,

I too, for all come oughly. Add remaining flour, alternately not be turned to anY other use wherever found on flowers, trees or
jk ers was to show with milk; a small amount at when their racing days are over. shrubs, or garden crops. usa
Not So but
i ...:-:- 'I oneself a poor a time, beating after each addition Dusty, Of Lipton's four first Shamrocksthe Tobacco Chemical By-Products Corporation& ,..

'''j, bbF'I I housekeeper, a until smooth. Turn into two greased Oh, What an Excavation! only relic is a mast how usedas LoulsviUe Incorporated,Kentucky P ,
:;- bad hand in the 9-inch layer pans and bake in a a flagstaff at an American uni-

" F"h kitchen. moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 30 Willie was on the hunt for in- versity. Every one of the modern M.OOKTFORTHE ..........
: m \\ But times have minutes, or until done. formation. He had been set to en- cup racers has gone to the scrap PACKAGLEAFE i.1AO..t
::::. changed. A large Spread Felicity Frosting on top tertain a portly visitor, who, hav- yard. These ships were not fit /

I \\ "crock" of butter and sides of cake. Top with glossy ing no inquisitive children of his for anything but racing, and their, r

? a "basket"of chocolate, coating, made by com- own, had answered all his ques- average life has not been more Alleviating Repentance /
eggs, and "wedge" of cheeseare bining 1 square unsweetened chocolate tions with unusual patience. than three years.It Who after his transgression/'oih
no longer a part of the regular repent is half altogether in-
"And what, was Willie's 198th. ,
melted % and V\ ,
cup sugar, was different with the older r'
supplies on the shelf in the 'vegetable question "are'houses made of?" nocent.-Herrick.O .
water. Cook low flame "
cup over yachts. Volunteer, which beat the
cellar. Nor are recipes penciledon "
until smooth and thick. Cool "Houses, replied the stout
slightly. Scottish boat Thistle, was a ,
the fly-leaf of the family ledger. "
"are made of bricks.
Double the for three 10- man,
strongly built schooner, and, after
But the basic is still
goodness the
same. inch layers. "And" what are engines madeof her racing days were over, was OWN i@Ukl'IOME>>

So whether it be brown Felicity Frosting. ? used for cruising. Her life was and
crusty "Engines are made of iron." Complete plans specifications at
; 22 More wonderful still is nominal cost. Designed to withF.
2 years. comply
doughnuts, chicken pie and jellyroll egg whites, unbeaten "And what is bread made of?" .H.A. requirements. The leading con-
t huge, fluffy cakes, or rich 2 cups brown sugar, firmly packed "Flour." the case of Amphion, a racing tractors use our services.
chocolate pie, let's take mother Dash of salt yacht built in 1832. After an active For complete information writs
Then, as the anticipated light SOUTHERN PLAN SERVICE
life of 80 in 1912 she
back, down memory lane! 7 tablespoons water step and soft rustle of Willie's sister turned into years houseboat., was Room 217. Zanher Bid?., 1000() P'frea St.Atlanta Ga.
, Lovely to look at and utterly de- Combine egg whites, sugar, salt sounded outside, he _added,
lightful to eat is the Sour Cream and water in top of double boiler, "Now, Willie, I can answer only
Devil's Food Cake, which I'm sure beating with rotary egg beater until one more question."
was a favorite of grandmother's.Sour thoroughly mixed. Place over Willie decided that it should bea Ge th DI FI

Cream Devil's Food Cake. rapidly boiling water, beat constantly good one. For over 70 years, grateful users have preferred Wintersmith'sTonic

2 cups sifted cake flour with rotary egg beater, and cook After a pause, Willie asked: for Malaria. We want YOU to try Wintersmith's-therefore to
7 minutes, or until frosting will "Well what made of?"
are we
,, 1 teaspoon soda stand in peaks. Remove from fire offer you this complete 761-page Holy Bible, FREE,if you'll send : -
% teaspoon salt "Dust and earth, my son.
% cup butter or other shortening but allow to remain over hot water "My," said Willie, "they must'have us 2 small Wintersmith carton tops (or 1 large carton top). Just !

1% cups sugar and beat 2 minutes longer. made a whacking big hole mail to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,int.,650 Hill St,Louisville,Ky. '

1 egg, unbeaten Place over cold water and continue when they took you out!"
beating 3 minutes. Makes enough
squares chocolate, '
frosting to1cover top and sides of
\0 melted two 9-inch a ; .
1 teaspoon vanilla I Unlikelyentiments I II xl
% cup thick sour cream *, *

3/4 Just like mother used
: cup sweet milk to make. distrust those sentiments that

Sift flour once, measure, add soda \I That's what you'll are too far removed from nature,
and salt, and sift together three say when you and whose sublimity is blended Working of Rumor On the Brink

taste the delicious with ridicule; which two are as Rumor does not always err; it There is only one step from the '

cookies, made by near one another as extreme wis- sometimes even elects a man.- sublime to the ridiculous.Napoleon I

LYNN SAYS: the directions giv- dom and folly.-Deslaudes. Tacitus. I.
en below. When
In an old book of household ad- mother baked
vice, written in 1879, are some ':' cookies them rich she made with' I r. / !%f r.%: i f hrG'y}., 9h Y :.' "r I'ry 4 Is+
words of wisdom -
;: "to help home-
- -
passing them on to
"for full of fruit, like:
I you what they're worth" in
, the modern, up-to-date home. Fig Oaties.

"Use a clam shell to scrape Boil 5 minutes in water to cover: CAMELS EVERVIN
skillets or saucepans; to scour V/z cups dried figs THE SMOKE!

':, your iron pots and griddles, use Drain, clip stems and cut figs into
wood ashes. thin strips (scissors are handy), CAMELS ARE
; ..
: "Sweeping a carpet with new Cream together: CIGARETTEFORME
fallen snow will make it look 1 cup butter

very bright and fresh. Also, it 2 cups beet or cane sugar

is a good, plan to save tea leaves, Add: l6 lG1:rr'r;!;/i%:fi!ayi..;

: and, .with them not too moist, 3 eggs, beaten '

, : sweep ,a dark carpet. This is Blend well, then add liquids: "J /..: 7' y..
p;>: not advised for light colors.
J/4 milk '
.- cup
=. "Woodwork may be dusted with 1 teaspoon vanilla

\. a long-feathered wing, preferably Sift together and add:
that of
a turkey.
Vfa cups sifted all-purpose flour
r "For washing fine clothes, use 3A teaspoon salt
i,;; a pounder-not ,a large, old-fash- 2 teaspoons baking powder
ioned affair, but one about twice : GIVES YOU
.f/ as large as a potato masher, and
: : pound clothes Figs
your as they soak
'.::': in sal-soda water. The rubbing 5 cups quick-cooking oats 1% x r r r

on a board will then be .very Stir until well blended, then drop ,28 Less Nicotinethan
a(, easy. Use a clothes wringer if you by small spoonfuls onto greased % 1
: .. can possibly get one. cooky sheet, and flatten slightly.
"Never buy ground coffee. Bake in moderately hot oven, 400
Take whole berries and heat; degrees F., for 13 to 15 minutes., the average of the 4 other largest-selling cigarettes ct
grind while hot.' Press a nut meat, strips of fig or tested-less than any of them-according to independent
; "All housewives cherry into tops before baking if
:- should be well scientific tests of the smoke itselfC
r adversed in cookery, and should desired. For a glazed top, brush es r
know how to make good dishes, with hot honey after baking and t e r

such as 'Jenny Lind Cake,' 'Pars- place under broiler for a minute or A 'ii T _THE CIGARETTE
nip Pie,' 'Marrow Dumplings'and two. Makes 5J/fe dozen medium-sized ,
'Flannel Pancakes.' cookies. : Ji
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Clewiston News hood to childhood and into the LADIES AID MEETING AT Mrs. Nail served a salad course I necessary to be especially good and

The world of manhood and womanhood.Her COMMUNITY: CHURCH THURSDAYMrs. to Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. W. H. well trained In particular fields.

hands caress and minister to Lanier, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Miss Also today it Is almost necessary

Published every Friday In Clewis ton, us as babies, guide us as childrenand W. H. Lanier, new president Mae Palmer, Mrs. Blanche Turner, to specialize. There rig" no roomIn

Florida, by the CLE'VISTON NEWS, grasp our hands in comrade- of the Ladies Aid Society, presidedat Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs. Alston and our modern business world for

Inc. ship when we become adults. We the meeting held Thursday afternoon Mrs. Wilson. the "average" man or woman. In

never cease to cherish Mother, butit at the church. Routine busi- order to improve one's skill and

KEATIILEV HOWDEX Editor is a happy custom to set aside ness was transacted and plans were CHOIR GIVES PROGRAM FOR understanding of a particular lino

one day for a universal, tribute to made for a covered dish luncheonat LABELLE METHODIST CHURCH of work, more education than ever, _

Entered as second class mail matter her. the June meeting.' This annual before is needed.

February 1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act or In affair is in the form of a birthday Members of the Community Choir Not only will the number of./

Clewiston:March 3, 1837.Subscription celebration for the local society.All gave a program of anthems and years of attending school increase,

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:..).:..:--: ......:w----:..:. friends are invited to join in hymns at the LaBelle Methodist but the schools of the future will
the luncheon and to bring a cover- Church Sunday The
Rate $2.00 Per TeDr.A.dvertS.lalr evening. even- be better and offer a. better chnaceto
ed dish. The meeting will beheld Ing service of the church was in students. Instead of the three

Rotes On Application. 'Birds of the EvergladesBy i in the church and the date will charge of the young people's group "R's" a new method of teachingwill

be announced later. and the Clewiston choir was invit- be adopted. I am a firm believer -

Devoted to the advancement and welfare ( Willard E. Dilley) Two new members, Mrs. C. L. ed to present the musical program. in the '"contract" system

of Clewiston and Hendry County. McLendon and Mrs. C. W. Fuller, The entire choir made the trip Thinking. people throughout the

,:--:,,:-:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:":-:":":":-:..:..:--:..:..:.:.:--:":":' were welcomed into the Society.Mrs. and were guests of the young peo- United States will agree that this

TALLAHASSEE EDITOR LAUDS Otto Larsen, Mrs. Foy Dur- ple afterwards for refreshments at system will hold an important

WORK OF REP. STEWART MARSH BIRDS rence and Mrs. O. A. Jones were the Everett Hotel. The choir is place in educating our future citi

The marsh birds find ideal hostesses and served light refresh- composed of Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. zens. This system will better fita
ments after the meeting. Joseph Robbins Miss Marion
young man or woman to out
fore'habitat over large areas of the go
to the
Hendry County came often heard dig, Mrs. M, M. Prewitt, Mrs. J. G. Into the business world, and to get
Everglades. They are
this week in Florida's capital when BELLE GLADE CLUB HOLDS Niblack, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. what they are after instead of tak-
but seldom seen, unless one has
Elbert L. Stew-
its representative, the fortitude to wade through INSTALLATION MEETING HERE W. E. Dilley, Miss Mary Markette, ing years to find OUT what they
the subject of a well-
art, was Robert N. Smith, Dick Owen, John desire. Because this system requires -
marsh lands. Even then they are
tribute from John Kilgore,
earned flush. they The Clewiston Inn was the scene Perry, Jerry Wilcox, W. M. Martin, both technical study and actual -
difficult to Usually
the Tallahassee I
editor of
managing : of a beautiful installation ceremony J. H. Doty and J. E. Beardsley, experience in some particularfield
Democrat. Mr. Kilgore is prefer to escape by running
Daily I I when the Belle Glade Wo- rector. di-I. it does away with the old
of the finest, if not the very the vegetation.The I
one I I man's Club, holding? a luncheon complaint "He knows the work but
tops legislative observersin King rail is the largest of
meeting, Installed its new officers STUDENT ESSAY he doesn't know how to apply it."
the state; his keen eye: and the rails. It is about the size ofa
I Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. M. The diligent student, under the
keener mind is acutely consciousof half grown chicken and medium Wicks, president of the Palm Beach I II i By 'Julia Oglesby, Sociology Class, contract system is ,not kept behind
what on in the legislative brown In color. (I '
goes County federation acted as in !i: Clewiston High School Ibecause[ of "laggers" In the class,
halls, and the probably more-im- The Clapper rail is a little I stalling officer. The formation of QUESTION: Will the time soon but rather will surge ahead and
portant corridors, hotel lobbies and smaller than the King rail and is I when I
the''' new officers during the cere- come every boy and girl will reach his determination quickly
committee meetings. He is sparse in color rather than, brown. remain 'in
grey. mony was most interesting. With school until sixteen or and definitely.
with his praise, which means thata The Virginia rail is only about the president, holding alarge seventeen? What are your reas- Because a person Is allowed to

tribute from him is richly de half the size of Clapper rail. It Colonial bouquet of red, white( and ons for so thinking? What choose his own work or vocation he

served. .He says: is a rich or rusty brown color. blue flowers, in the center ribbons changes would such a developmentbe will be interested in the work and

"Representative Elbert L. Stew- The Sora rail is about the same radiated from her bouquet to a I likely to make in secondary the course. Under the careful

art of Hendry has a keen insight size as the Virginia rail. It has a circle around her, in which stood schools? guidance of diligent instructors the

into legislative complexities, is rather thick short bill while the the other officers, each holding a ; American boy and girl in the future -

open-mfnded, exceptionally well-in- preceeding birds have rather long Colonial nosegay.A I would give an affirmative answer ; will be able to go out into the

formed and practices and insists slender bills. It is grey in contrastto musical program was given in to the first question. If for business world and not only find his

upon fair play. As chairman of the brown of the Virginia rail. the dining room, where the lunch- no other reason, our past educationon place, but also make a good and
the house banks and loans com- to the present day would
up helpful contribution to the busi-
The Coot is a bird closely relat- eon was held. Later the members
mittee Stewart gave a good demon- serve as proof that students will
ness world, and to society.
ed to the rails. It is dark grey held their meeting on the upstairs
stration of his general attitude have to attend school in the future
and at a distance might be mis- porch of the Inn.
when he prevented hasty action on until they are at least sixteen or
taken for a duck. Its light ivory Those attending were Mrs. C. M. I MOTHER
a. measure on which the entire seventeen years of age. There wasa
,colored bill Is a good field mark. Wicks, of West Palm Beach, Mrs.J. .
committee was obviously agreed time when boys and girls did not
I think mother is the sweetest word
Even at a long distance it can be F. Brown, Mrs. Luther Jones,
.A bill to reduce the small loan interest have to have so much school, but
It's the sweetest name I ever heard.
II identified by the peculiar mannerin Mrs. J. F. Stephens, Mrs. L. E.
rate below operating costs the limit has been
which it bobs its head as it Wills, Mrs. M. M. Sabiston, Mrs. compulsory age We children say it so many timesa
-which committee members well steadily increasing until in some
swims in the water. H. H. Hart, Mrs. J. O. Jameson, day
knew would open the state again to places it is already sixteen years Till you'd think she'd get tired
before Two Gallinules are found in this Mrs. Hampton Holloway, Miss Elea-
:racket racketeering-came of required school attendance.But And all
run us
and area. The Purple gallinule as the nor Hearn, Mrs. Frank Anderson, away
the committee last week was I am not going to bring the But not at all, she's always there
Mrs. James Scullen Mrs. C. E.
has considerable ,
name implies a
to give its lone advocate
[postponed term "compulsory" into this. Boys Whenever we call
and amount of purple over its head and Maynard, Mrs. J. R. Neller, Mrs.
to rally
opportunity try
an : and girls will attend school in the
I wish
And to d most
I James Ball Jr. Mrs. L. W. Bart- every
This week it body. It like the next specie hasa ,
support. came up future, not because they are madeto
Oh, how I thank God for this
still without other support patch of red on the front of the lett, Mrs. Otin Carlton, Mrs. Wal-
do so by law but because a Dear Sweet Mother.
. Many members of the com- head. It is found chiefly in Florida ter Granger, Mrs. Curtis Thompson, My
higher and better education will be > Margaret Himrod, 3rd grade.
Mrs. J. I. Freedlund, Mrs.Allen
hvad other committee
mittee appointments necessary in order to live in comfort
but Stewart 'held Greer, 'Mrs. Henry Stoltenberg,
The Florida gallinule ranges overa and to keep pace with .our modern
the members' _together until'a full wide latitude, some birds goingup Mrs. Ralph Kidder, Mrs. H. L. world. Students will see the need

tearing had been given with every into Canada to nest. It is Haney, Mrs.' W. P. Hill, Mrs. Har- of all the education that it is pos-

'consideration but old Radin, Mrs. Clarence Nielsen, A GOOD
courtesy and similar to the Purple.gallinule sible to secure, in order to succeed.
Nothing was developed, of course, lacks the purple color. At a dis.tance Mrs. J. O. Darden, Mrs. Walter Employers are continually seeking

to cast doubt upon the letters and the two birds are hard to Hooker, Mrs. J. A. Pike and Mrs workers with more training. Al- ALESM

resolutions from banks, clubs, labor Robert Creech.B. .
distinguish.MRS. most every position today (except r.- _..;

unions and others opposing the the,lowest paid, and least desirable)) WHO ., @
T. U. GROUP ENJOYS WEINER f1(!"b @ ; \
bill the facts, already
or upon HONOR GUESTAT : : oGl "CHEAP .
COUSE IS r;;::i:0.:: :: :': : c'l'-; b'dr bveJ
well-known to nearly every mem- BRIDGE PARTY FRIDAY ROAST MONDAY EVENINGMrs. cation and a great:: number require \( U. :si::

ber of the house and senate education.Our -.,,. ,,_...==='
even more ;:-:: ;;; =:J
The final vote, 16 to 0, against the I i A. H. Biosdfool gave a "' \
machine has dona awav
Mrs. J. M. Couse of Moore Haven age
for B. T. TT.
weiner toast her sro'pat
dangerous measure, again disposes neWSPAPER
with deal of manual labor
a great
was honor'gue t "at a bridge party her home Monday evening. The
of an attempt which failedas
and make his living -
today man must
given by Mis. Keathley Bowden at
held its business meeting at
in group
dismally 1939. This "
illustrates how Stewart works / her home Friday afternoon. Mrs.F. ,. the Brcadfoot home and went to Almost with more field"brain is crowded than brawn.with 1\DVE ATDS.B BIG
A. Flanders
won high score
the ridge for their outdoor weiner He refuses to take advantage of a
prize at bridge, a bottle of cologne, men and women, therefore, it is
fellow member: but hews to the roast. Later they returned to Mrs.Broadfoot'a .
Miss Bertha Gram, high at Michigan ,
line Of medium build and on for games. r

the vigorous side of middle age Rep- bath powder. Mrs. V. Gram Attending were. Wanda Jean .:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:. .
resentative Stewart stands out in made the lucky cut and receiveda Shelfer, Wilma Jean Tingle, Frank y

a crowd and is impressive in or box of talcum powder. Conkling, Bobby Croy, Jackie Red- Yx x

out of the legislature" A' shower of baby gifts was presented -r: ish, Charles Benbow, Gladys Jackson :- fiX

Hendry County can well be to Mrs. Couse after the card Virginia Turner, Margie Allen, X

proud of the record being made games. A salad course was served. Joyce Phillips and their sponsor, 1 lYi 'I

for it by its representative in the The guests included Mrs. J. M. Arch Hodges. i V

apitol. Couse, Miss Bertha dram, Mis. V. ? Y Y

Gram, :Mrs. F. A. Flanders, Mrs. :MRS. C. E. HALL HOSTESS AT Y

W. C. Nall Mrs. S. C. Stalls, Mrs.R. I BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY Y Y

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Mrs. D. M. Draughn of Moore Ha- Mrs. C. E. Nall was hostess to Y
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ven, Mrs. George VanHyning of members of her bridge club Wednesday : @ ,

RAMBLINGS. Belle Glade, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. evening. A purse was I:?i: h ARE NOT AFRAID :;%:

W. E. Dilley, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, awarded to Mrs. R. C. Wilson as OF MICE y
By B. B.
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Mrs. high prize and costume jewelry 1 to YY..
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H. C. Kolstad of Clewiston. Alston second prize.
Mrs. Roy as .:. vat y.
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teacher, and perhaps that explainsthe on .. '.: ..
fact that each the f, .:. ." 1 .}
simple ..
year .. .,-' .J .,
May Day festival in Clewiston is :: :: :' --- A.,::: ::

a bit prettier than the one the Must Come Off ;:i:, .'.. ". ;)-J.(Explanation on Page Ten) ',: : ., I,.:.i.
before. '
year .. : "
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This year there was perfect I :;: ,.. :::
weather, an enthusiastic audience. ::;;: THE TREES ::;:, f--'ifr. :

interested performers, a pretty set- h 'y Y'y

ting, colorful costumes and an appropriate Y

theme of international :!: Rather than feed. to livestock, we'll :_::: :: People with a savings account are _..;
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good-will. Certainly we couldn'task '' :
for more than this in one cere- Pink ;1:: :: saved from many fears-they know they ::
:l sell balance grapefruit, Marsh and :::.y Y
: :;: are ready for a sudden need for cash. :::

seedless at 25c' bushel. A quart of fresh ;:_
And if you thought you had x. ): Even a small amount saved every pay day,' p

trouble child costumed getting for your the chick event, and.:- juice for 3 cents. Can't afford deliveries. :_;: :!.: plus compounded dividends, GROWS to :=: ..

think of Mrs Von Mach with the i ; f a big sum., .'f.:"

four Von Mach sisters, each in a 3 .. .f.

different costume. They were all I :: ;; ;

there, too, on time from Queen j y t
i THEBeardsley
Margaret to little Eleanor., And J f

,there were many who said that : I It l. MllHOTN FEM( +t

Margaret can look no lovelier as a 1It
Farm ;
bride than she did as May Queen.. '. I I I l i e.:
'f I
:Sunday is Mother's Day, and ? J.f :: I I I = '

again we pay our tribute to the :f Phone Office 66. Farm 272rorgie ...:. ."

hand which rocks the cradle and ; ort
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which never ceases in its labor of ; :.:: t .:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..

Jove as the baby grows from baby- ...:..: :..:..:..:..:..).:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..X.-d] playing d :o.:...:".)

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I +,.....1..1...1...1....1.......1...1...........1...1...... ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. x..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:.. :..)e:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .6.:. [Road 29 Contract fish for honors and trophies for the lows substance: ,of which' will be as fol., .. \ -

:? landing the largest of the season, AN ACT Creating "the Office of '/.

.s. which closes July 15. County Attorney In 'and For All
._. LATE TOCLASSIFY Finished On Sunday Counties of the State of Florida
.:. TOO f For 16 years, battling the tough Having a Population of Not Less

.:. -, gamefish that average 100 poundsin Than 5,150 and Not More Than
5,300, According to the 1940 Federal
.o:. (Moore Haven Democrat) weight has been the major sports Census; Providing for the ,

... The, final stretch of surfacing on fishing event in this section, and Appointment and Election Thereof
j .. a ; Prescribing the Duties and .
.z. the section of Road 29 across ceremony and festivities' will herald Powers of Said Officer; Fixing

+ :( Fisheating Creek was completedlate the opening of the derby. the Term of Office of Said Officer
and the Compensation Be
,: Sunday afternoon by the The ceremony of crowning aid... Paid to Said Officer, and RepealIng -
.. RUSSELL KAY :f Ebersbach Construction Companyand All Laws and Parts of Laws '
{- By .. cal beauty to reign as' "Q eenlTarpon" in Conflict Herewith.J. .
.. workmen are now engaged on
.- and to crown "King Tar O. DAVIDSON,
.s. President Florida Press. Association .:. doing finishing work on the pon" will take place at midnightof Chairman Board of County

::s:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..; :..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:-NMMMMMMN- ,-- ,- ,- ,- ,- :-.:..;..:..:'...:... I shoulders and ditches. the opening day, winding up a County Commissioners, Florida.of Hendry- .
The new strip of surfacing on series of dances and functions April 11-18-25. May 2-9.

People may have more fun than 'to the Florida Press Associationand this road, approximately four miles heralding the arrival of the fish

anybody, but certainly don't have the money invested. in their long, carries the road from the in Gulf waters.
entertainment by state depart- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO :APPLY:
fun than a flock of publishers Fisheat-
any more government levee, across Rules restrict derby fishing to FOR PASSAGE OP
when they really let down ments, communities and organiza- ing Creek bottom to connect with SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
tions will a handsome dividend open waters I of the Gulf, where
and about the business pay
their hair go the old road a mile east of Lake-
and' goin' in the form of national pub-. sportsmen hold that the tarpon has NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat
I of gettin' together port store, and makes a total of the session of the Legislature of

.: places. licity and good will. about ten miles of surfacing be- more freedom and range to stage Florida to convene in April 1941, application -

For the past two weeks I've been A crowd of seventy-three Californians tween Road '67 at Wise's Corner his fighting antics against the special will or be local made Legislation for the passageof the

havin' more fun than a six-headed led by Governor Friend and Lakeport.It angler than in confined waters of substance of which will be as .follows -

cat with a bowl of fish-flakes tak- Richardson, was amazed at whatthey is understood that the State bays and rivers. I AN: ACT to Declare Designateand
found here and while loyal to Establish Certain State Roads,
in' 500 editors over the state on a Road budget makes provision for in Hendry' .
County, Florida.J.
post-convention tour, and' I'm telliu' their own state, admitted that the surfacing of another stretch of 0.. DAVIDSON,

you they are the finest bunchof Florida had plenty on the ball. this important road sometime this Chairman Board of County

folks in the world. Editors from the middle west, year, every effort being made to A County Commissioners, Florida.of Hendrv

Putside of a Hat tire, the first many of them visiting'Florida for connect it with the surfaced 'road April 11-18-25, May 29.
the first time, thrilled at pickingan
day out and a lost bag or two en from Okeechobee at Kissimmee
orange from the tree, were wild J
route, the tour moved along with- River bridge as soon as possible.
about our beaches and beautiful NOTICE OP INTENTION TO APPLY
out mishap and everybody had the When this road is completed a'i FOR PASSAGE OP

time of his life. The problem of lakes, and all said they were coming paved road will be provided com- I SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
back and would bring others with
the State around Lake Okeechobee
tryin' to show anybody pletely
of Florida in a week is some task the session of the Legislature of
of Although they found 'citrus juice I Florida to convene in April 1941 application -
and I'm tellin' you no group U. S. Marines To
awaiting them at every turn, they will he made for the pass
visitors ever got more, sand in their I age of Legislation, the substance of
never tired of it and they consumed which will be as follows:
shoes left the state with a more
or I
gallons and gallons and yelled for l Receive Schooling AN ACT Fixing the Compensation -
favorable impression. of Members of Board of
more. They were keenly interested The Poor Cave Man County Commissioners in Coun-
The party left Jacksonville in 15 ties of
in the citrus industry and were the State of Florida Hav-
Florida Motor Lines buses, followed 'Dunedin, May 7-FNS) The Had No Newspaper ing a Population of Not Less
genuinely amazed at the quality
Than 5,150 and Not More Than
first of U. S. Marines is
by a moving van, carrying 1,011- and flavor of tree-ripened fruit contingent To Advertise In. 5,300, According to the 1940 Fed-
'" pieces of baggage, which is a scheduled to arrive at Dunedinthis eral Census, and repealing All
served them everywhere -on the week where' they will receive But You Have Laws in Conflict Herewith.J. .
helluva lot of personal debris in ,m) O. DAVIDSON,
any language. When we ,had the trip.They training and instruction in the Chairman Board of County
wanted to know how their
the, sidewalk operation of ,Roebling, amphibian Commissioners of Hendry
stuff stacked up on
grocers could secure fruit of such County Florida. .
ready for loading it looked hope- tanks under construction at the April 11-18-25, May 2-9.
quality and offered to cooperate in NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
less but somehow 'we got it going plant of the Food Machinery Cor- FOR PASSAGE OF
better distributionfor
and thanks to the efficiency of hotel helping develop poration for the U. S. Corps. SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION] '
Florida fruit in the areas serv-
1 staffs were able to, have the ed by their publications.They The marines will be carefully NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That

bags in the rooms and keys in the schooled'in the building and con-: at' the session of the Legislature of PERSONALJo
were tremendously impressed Florida to convene in April 1941, application ,
their hotel each night. machines' as well as taught how to of special or local Legislation, all is forgivenl) I don't
our towns and cities. They were the substance of which will be as blame you for getting mad at
Trained observers, keen for. facts, delighted with the climate and with operate them. follows, : my baking. But everything's

these country editors didn't miss the friendliness and hospitality of The local Food Machinery plaint Payment AN ACT of?the Providing Salaries of for Mem-the going to be O. K. from now on.

anything. They kept George Hos- our people. They were amazed at is' given over entirely to the manufacture bers of the School Boards in All I'll bake you a different cake

I mer, Charley Helfenstein and the our limitless resources and oppor- of the tanks. Packing Counties of the State of Florida every day, if you want me to.
Having a 'Population of Not Less
rest of the Flprida folks busy tunities and found something to house machinery and equipment Than 5,150 and Not More Than Because with Rumford Baking
5.300, According to the 1940 Fed- Powder I can use any good
and will be moved to Lakeland wherea
answering questions every-
interest and delight them in every
eral Census, and Repealing All recipe. .1.I don't have to
where we stopped they pumped I section and every town. new plant is nearing completion. Laws in Conflict Herewith.C. worry about the different quan-
Chamber of Commerce officials for E. WEAVER, tities
They are super-salesmen and Superintendent of Public required by; special typesof

more information, and begged for have returned to their respective Instruction of Hendry baking powder. With Rum-

.' literature and pictures.: homes thoroughly sold on Florida.In Venice-Nokomis Tarpon County, Florida. ford I just use the amount the
April 11-18-25, May 2-9. recipe calls for-and I get per-
Two hundred and sixty-nine in their wake will come a tourist
Derby Opens May 15th fect results every time., Better
the party carried still cameras 'jor throng greater than the state has flavor, richer crust,and moister

kodaks; while forty-seven had movie ever known and Florida will not NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY. crumb. Come back, and see!

machines, and they kept the shut- disappoint them. FOR PASSAGE OP FREE. Send for new booklet,
When the annual
ters clickin' throughout'the trip. -- containing dozens of bright
Venice-Nokomis Tarpon Derby opens ideas to .
improve baking.
The average'amount of movie film, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat your
i in color taken the trip Traffic On Road 25 May 15, anglers by the hundredswill the session of the Legislature of Address: Rumford Baking
mostly ; on
move in from all sections of Florida to convene in April 1941 application Powder, Box .R Rumford,
was around 800 feet, while the will be' made for the pass- Rhode Island.
Now Takes Detour the country to battle with the
number of snap shots ran into the age of special or local Legislation,

thousands. The movie film taken, .,. . .... . . . .... ... ,.'.... . ,. . .........w. _._...z..._. ._.... ... . . . . . . ..
e if combined in one film, would total (Hendry County News) :N :N::::::::::::::::::::::::::1 M::::NININ 1 1 :N:N:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::N/N 1 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ::::::::::1::::::.:.: :.: :N. : :N:NIM:N:N:M:N:N:N:..1 IN: : :N 1.:N H N:...)
over 37,000 feet, and these pictures Traffic on state highway 25 .i..i. c ?
will be shown over and over through LaBelle must detour on ..s..z'1.. ... .1,.I

again to countless thousands ineverJ. the old road, south on 164 past the, ...s. ..l.t....
state in the Union. Seaboard Air Line station to the

Most of these on the, party planto Four Way, or south on the county ** .: ENJOY AN ii::

feature a series of articles in road past the LaBelle Motor Com- xx

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their papers upon their return pany to the Four Way corner, ''"

home, describing the Florida tour. thence west to highway 25. :;::;: _.. :;::i:
These articles will be fully illustrated. Resurfacing from LaBelle to the ..s.'l..z..:. __. (,7"; ALL ELECTRIC" .;...s..

During the next few months Lee County line was begun Mon- .;..;.. :I. :)} ,. ...+.

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_: :f.S.::;:; give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :s.( .lc :

I :*_:_: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is : .?

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ter if >we assure farmers fair prices ,
I \
; I I II for' their products. ,
f f I RURAL COMMON SENSE I II "The first assurance to farmers"
I By Spuds Johnson I II who produce more livestock is that

/ I r Teed prices will be held at about '
their present levels. Through the
'" 700 million bushels of corn in' the
I u l -r. at'r {'.d dJ CALLS NATION'S FARMERSTO
Ever-Normal Granary we havo a'
means of stabilizing feed prices. We'
J to offer !
are governmentowned --
.' .. ''More food from .American farmsis
corn at about, Its present 'level' t
needed not only in this country I .
Ij' over the next two years.
but In Europe and so national agri- .
\ "The second assurance is that
cultural leaders are now calling on
Florida farmers to join others for the next two years, we are going ..
NC '.' throughout the country in produc- to support prices of these pro-' : '
.', Secretaryof ducts. Let me emphasize that we
ing more products.
j' C ''" Agriculture Claude R. Wickard are going to 'support' prices of

summed up the situation recentlyas products, and not 'fix' or 'peg'
y tt'r VF follows: prices.

"This war is sowing the seeds of "Farmers don't want a repetitionof
famine all over Europe." Even the 'crash that followed the first
\ -: though the war stopped soon, it war. They want to keep the good
/' '-. 7i:b4i,her rly t't'C' ?+ 'i+y/i .would be a long time before Europe will of the consumers and taxpayers. '

i ,would be on a self-sufficing basis in They don't want to gouge.In .
l'Ar..i, H ..i Ti4 3'ti ( turn, and
livestock products. After the war consumers taxpayers
a large part of the world will be should realize that farm prices are
iJ looking to the United States for: I low by comparison with other prices.
J food. Whether we can give it to Consumers and taxpayers also must
them may decide how much realize that farmers cannot feed and
weight the United States will hav-3 clothe the country indefinitely if

4v JIB at the peace councils. they do'so at a loss.
\ "No, I'm not afraid of storingup "Only a small part of the task
too much food now. Remember. before agriculture can be done by
that thousands of our own people' the people in Washington. Thatis
00A have never had enough of the why we have come to the field.

right kinds of food. A part of ,any You will have to carry the load and
'o program for the ,defense of democracy -I see that the program becomes effec-
Ti' 0 tSoa is to be certain that our men, tive. That is a tremendous job.

oOan women, and children have enough But fortunately you are preparedfor

j the bone and the sinew the heart and I food to keep them strong and I that as you have never been
oR t d 4 yo ave me, healthy. prepared before.: The Extension

"' 1 ?: Ire yours, my mother, I thank you. I thank you : "Farmers are patriotic, but they Service is well organized and
grow farm products for a living. If I staffed. You have a Triple-A com-
j '' '! fo my eyes, the blood in my veins, for my speech, for they want to continue farming, mittee in almost every township,

: life :ing. All that I am is from you who bore me. they've got to make both ends meet and you have strong and effective
my and; in turn, this means growing farm organizations. You people in

I For all the love t ou ,ve me, unmeasured from the beginning, my things for profit. the field will do ,the job. I haveno
; "
:H'\ that "Making ,it profitable for farmersto fear of that. '
the voice
)F { for the hand that led me,
Emother I thank yu\
: produce more is also protectionfor
;#**" the b that estl arm that shielded me, the lap that consumers. Foods won't rise The number of farmers cooperating -
%M me, to unreasonable levels if there are in the AAA farm program In-
I ;t'X rested me. All that b ou, nursed me.Foryoursmile ample supplies. With 'our produc-i, creased 58 percent from 1937 to

''r. ;N', in e rni d ya 'sss at night; my mother, I thank tive '''capacity, it is an easy matter 1939, when 5,756,240 farmers
for conservation
i : to grow enough for ourselves and qualified pay-

qt1 i.r you. I thank you fo t icteaf. ou s ove me, the songs you sung to me, our allies, too. It is an easy mat ments. .
.t::"" All that
r igils and ministerings.
the that m yo
: prayers you .. -- - --. -, .
., I am is by you, who r< e' \ ,r -- -. ---- _-.- __- .. r._._ -- .. -- -- '

.. ; '"'; For the faith you ha me, a hope ybu nad for me, for your trust and

'. mother I th I thankyouxfor your praise and your
) pride, my you.
t i.I"* your red into e hoi lor made mine. All Let US ,.I., ., .. ..
l ''J. 'r. chiding, for the justice yo m you .'' r', 'f. "" Ir'"-; '" ,. ,- r '. : 'rf' f'

..'if\ that I am you taught me. ,: ; e4; } :;

"..:,>.;&,. For the sore travail that l cause&you, or fictions and despairs, my t,,'\ : ,'supply l YouWINDOW With ,
*?:: : ,
; 'i "
\ 'i
and "I :M:2" -
the sobs moans
"' .. mother, forgive me. Forgive me the,petillipottghtyou to, '1 "
.'1'.f I wrung from you, and for the strength nook,from you, mother, forgive me. : I < ?:

.;2; :,; For the fears I gave you, for the alarms and the dreads, my mother, for XZ ; ;

; S I the toils I made for you, fort e S.: fr CARDS .
.(.f: ; give me. Forgive me the joys deprived you, :; ,,;':' ', ,,
,, 'I, ,
::.t:=.: I claimed from mother forgive me. < t..OJ.... .. :
hours the days and the you, :: ..
:\1: \ : ,-
k; .. For the times that I hurt you, the times I had no smile for you, the caresses .: : .' ,. ;:.-,,"
; f : .
'l :
and .M.
i 'q I did not give you, my mother, forgive me. Forgive me for my angers II "? .c., ; .r. ; LETTERHEADSENVELOPES _7: .:i.:.. :: '- .'.

\ ti my revolts,for my deceits and evasions, for all the pangs and s arrows I brought ': ;: r){ ;::; : .:','- i'i'r..j. :'/, '' ,'. .
:: .. \ ,
,, :':":' : ;
: to you, my mother, forgive me. .
wishes I did no" heed for the } :: V :: ," :: t
., ., For your lessons I did not learn, for your : .. .' '
; '. ,'_ BILL'HEADSHANDBILLS ,', ''';''' 'o
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counsels I did not mother forgive me. Forgive me my pride in my \: "' (';; :' .:
44 obey, my > :: '. < \ 7 :
the holiness of and ,' ,',' .
+". youth and my glory in my strength that forgot your years '.f"I: It : ., .;. <
'' lit :
r for for selfishness, for all the ? ::>l .i'tr5: ; 'V .{: .
the veneration of your weakness, my neglect, my >. '-: :?... >- "'I. :" '.r' _

:.:1. ; great debts of your love that I have not paid, mother, sweet mother, forgive me. '. ': :.":'?:: !fTV:.. :" V. TICKETS < : // :',' :' : ,

and the that understanding be yours, ,, ,,
/t And may the peace joy passethall : '" ,.J- : ETC S"S'" ,

my mother, forever and ever. Amen., gfT? iJ, DILLON \'\ > .

;. \ 4.t'a price surprisingly lowQuality "

-"Know Florida" Week,I in. some measure, to the, future. I Annual Boys' State Will- I I 1-

The state chamber has urged

Is May 19th To 25th; on local chambers the importance UP-I',Be Held June 14th-21st

I 1 of tabulating complete municipaland F II
county statistics, the local -
.Observance of 'Know Florida' ;
chambers of each county cooperating. Tallahassee, May 7-FNS) -
Week was inaugurated 14 years, The state organization is The second annual Boys' State will
ago by the Florida State Chamber Printing
furnishing to those locals who re be held June 14-21 at Tallahassee, I '
aC Commerce. This the "
movement -
year- quest it a pattern to go by, that the the American Legion.j
takes on greater significance sponsored by '
work may be uniform.
in. the light of the present national Boys selected from the senior
"We are in urgent need of reliable -
<3msrsency, for the demands of > and sophomore classes of high II
Washington defense authorities up- current Florida statistics, I
tan. Florida are growing daily. according to L. J. Penney, research schools, throughout the ''stat-3 for I

The 'week' is to be May 19 to chief of the state chamber, "and their outstanding qualities Iu scholarship -

25, inclusive. particularly do' we need lists of in- character, courage, leader PHONE 39 AND

Community leaders all over the dustrial enterprises, etc." ship and a basic understanding I II _
state; have been asked by Carl D He said that the state chamber I the social sciences, will assemble I OUR REPRESENTATIVE

Brorein, president of the, statec.i.amber I is in a position, better than ever here to elect a Governor, Cabinet

to make an intensive I before in its history, to give nat and House' of Representatives anda WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU \
stnflyof: their resources and potenSSalitles. I ional publicity to Florida, "pub- Senate, and will virtually take

licity of a more serious nature.: over the state government, performing ,
'Know Florida' Week," Mr. I "We have developed," he said, all the functions of the office -

Brorein declares, "should really be "newer avenues, and newer methods for which they are selectedfor
Research Week for of approaching monied set-' a week's period. ,'
that is its I US ESTIMATE ON ;
prime objective. One cannot know tlers. We must have the close cooperation The Governor and high state of- LET > F

Tjlorfda well without knowing his of all community inter ficials will advise and help the boysin : ,, -', '
Qwn +community first." ests in making these contacts pay. their problem and the 'experience ;. YOUR NEXT ORDER .

Local chambers of commerce in "Inspiration comes from intimate -t will help materially to develop ,, .. '
an parts of the state have notified studies of the economic aspects these youngsters as good citizens I
the state chamber of their intentionto of the communities which I and prepare them for leadership in

observe the week, these organizations make up the state. People outside later years.
desiring to feature the'giuwu Florida look to the state chamberfor The various American Legion

or manufactured product factual data, and they generallywant posts and civic clubs throughout the
trsrh'ich! forms the main support of it by the next mall, by tele- state are cooperating in sponsoring

'iMir local communities. On this phone or telegraph in many in- the affair which is patterned after THE CLEWISTON NEWS
product; or manufactured com- stances. the Boys' Town ')f Nebraska that
' rnddity 'they are planning to construct "There is no better time than I has proven so effective in prepar-
statistical pictures designed that afforded by 'Know Florida' ing boys for citizenship.
to strengthen local and statewide Week to do a bit of profitable re- Managing directors are M. L.

interest, which portrayals shall bet search. We are glad that so many j Montgomery and H. O. "Kit" Car- '-- .
i, -' :: ;;: .:_; l .:. ; ;
') a comparative nature, and point local chambers are of this mind." :son.:: __ : :_ ,, : Ii: a. '' -




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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier are Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broaderickhad Miss Roberta Spicer left Sundayfor FOR SALE-Caboage farm in the '

motoring to Fort Myers this even- as their guests for the week- West Palm Beach where she Hastings Section. Apply Don S. ,(. .

ing to attend "Gone With the end Mrs. Broaderick's sister, Mrs. has enrolled in a business college. Hanna, Hastings, Fla. ,.: ,', "

I L Personals ] Wind.': William Laffin and her brother, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss Florence r

.Fred Henson, of St. Petersburg Ac- Graham, Miss Betty Spicer and FOR RENT-Small furnished apartment. :

i Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. R. C. Wil- companying them were Mrs. Laffin's Sandy Bell accompanied her to F. I.. Williamson. tf.

son, Mrs: W., H. Lanier, Mrs. Eddie husband and Mr. and' Mrs. Norman West Palm Beach.

Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott were Curry and baby and Mrs. C. J. Handon, all of St. Petersburg. .A

visitors ,in Miami Saturday, Ldvvorn were visitors in Miami -' Glaa.e. Scientifically Broken Leu.e.
Thursday Mrs. R. P. Wainwright and FOR RENT.-Three-room' furnished Fitted, and Repaired Duplicate

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Waldron daughter, Mitchell, are visiting Mr. apartment. One new house with DR. F D. GUDBAUR
two bed-rooms. Hot water.: See
were visitors in Arcadia and Venice J. H.' Tuck Miss Trixie Tuck, and Mrs. W. C. Nail in Moore- Optometrist
John A. Stone. It.
"Wednesday. Alonzo 'Padgett and Leon Brewer Haven for a week before leavingfor Phone tItS S Collier Arcade

were among thosce attending Washington to join Mr. Wain- Fort Blyer" Florida
"Gone With the Wind" in Fort wright. Mrs. Wainwright has been Successor to K. H. Oakley
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and her mother APARTMENT FOR, RENT--East
Myers this week. employed in the stenographer's office -
Mrs. W. H. Whatley, were Clewiston Inn. O.
at the U. S. Sugar Corporation. A. Clark. tf. '\
( ;visitors in Fort Myers Wednesday.
}fr. and Mrs. John Lucaa and 7 -

baby, Sandra, left Thursday for I Jay W. Moran, vice-president and Dr. Walter F. Purdon
Mrs.: Adolph Krumseig of Belle Long Island, New York, to visit general manager of the United FOR RENT-New 5-room house. Osteopathic Physician And

.-Glade was a business visitor la Mr. and Mrs. William Lucaa and States 'Sugar Corporation, accom- Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co. 3t Surgeon
Clewiston other relatives. panied by Mrs. Moran, is ,on a business Hopkins Building

H trip to Santo Domingo. Leav- MONDAYS and FRIDAYS

Louis Gold of, Pahokee was a. Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Pattersonleft ing Friday from Miami they are FOR SALE-Late model kerosene 10A.M.to9'P' M.

business visitor in Clewiston Tues- the first of, the week for a visiting Santo Domingo, the '[West stove. See Mrs. John Kettl. tf For Appointment 32:31IECHANICAL Call Mrs.' Hare,

:day. business trip to Jacksonville. Mr. Indies islands and Haiti. They
Patterson is also spending a short expect to be home in a few days. I

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and ;time in Tallahassee while away. 1 CLEWISTON \

:Mrs.: A. O. Oliver were visitors in Jenkins Williams STRUCTURAL
Moore Haven Sunday. Mrs. Judson Francis, Jr., of Beach SHOP ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
of Fort Myers spent
Canal Point, and babies, Mary the week-end in Clewiston. Dr. Anything in Plumbing Fixtures Maps Estimates

; -Mrs. William Johnson Catherine and Judith, spent the JOHN H. DOTY
'I Mr. and Williams who is'a former ministerof Prompt, Efficient Service
and of Canal Poin, week here with her parents, Mr.
1 baby, Gayle the' Community Church preachedat Engineering Consultant
the" week-end in Clewiston.Mrs. and Mrs. A. O. Ward. PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
spent -, the morning service. In the Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.Johnson's .
afternoon Dr. and Mrs. Williamsleft
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens had as her
W. C. McDonald of Belle by car for their summer homein
guests Monday Mrs. H.: G. Cul-
j Glade visited Mr: and Mrs. L. C. Dousman, Wisconsin. They
breath and Culbreath of
Virginia ,
Redish here Wednesday. planned to visit en route with Mr. J. M. COUSE I
Okeechobee and Mrs. E. L. Hughesof Fish CampNear
--- and Mrs. I. M. Pafford in Jack-

j Mr. and Mrs. R. M.: Hare, Jr., Jacksonville.C. sonville and with Mr. and Mrs. F. Counselor and Attorney at law ( Hurricane Gate)

and son are spending a two weeks' M. Wright in Urbana, Illinois. Dr. Hopkins Building, Clewiston, Fla.
T. Hurst, who was employedat
vacation at Fort Myers Beach.: Williams has resigned the pastorateof Wednesdays and Saturdays Boats and Motors-Guide Service
the sugar house during the har- '
i the Fort Myers Beach church Rates ReasonableW.
vest season, left the first of the 0:30 to 4:00
Mrs. Maud Hare spent Mondayand and will not return there next fall. H. Johnson, Mgr.Announcement .
week for his home in Emporia,
Tuesday as the guest of Mrs. '

G. O. Wallace in Okeechobee.Miss Pa. I
Just Received
Miss Sharon Paige of Delray
Laurie Lee of Georgianna, CARLOADPoultry
Beach and Arthur Martin of West
Ala. is here for visit with her
Palm Beach, formerly with the U. wire, field fence, barbed
cousin, R. J. Lee and Mrs. Lee.
S. Engineers here, were dinner wire. Reduced prices because of

guests of Miss Evelyn Hare Wed- saving in freight cost.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and
their baby son, Jennings W., Jr., .. :
were visitors in West Palm Beach J. : iA'Q RJi: IJ
Judge and Mrs. M. Couse and
Monday.Mr. .
daughter, Jo Anne, of Moore, Haven FORT MYERS, FLA.

were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and Dr. F. D. Gudbaur, Optometrist, whose main officeis
W. E.
Dilley Wednesday. Judge
Mrs. Eddie Curry spent Sunday in in Fort Myers, announces the opening of a completely
Couse made a talk to the high
; Canal Point with Mr. and Mrs. wide equipped Optometric office in
school classes in sociology in the WANTED An ambitious, the Hopkins Building.Dr. .
Louis Davis. I afternoon. awake man or woman to look

after renewals and new subscriptions Gudbaur will spend and
Thursday evening
Thursday -
Miss Hazel Humble, teacher in Dr. B. A. Bourne returned recently for the popular, fast-selling of each week in Clewiston.
During the month of
the Moore Haven High School, spent May
from the United States magazine The American Home. It's
Sunday here with her sister, Miss no appointments will be necessary between the hours of
Northern Regional Laboratory for easy, pleasant work, and it pays
Humble.L. 9:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Lucy Research at Peoria, IlL, where he big commissions. Spare time only

visited ,several scientists who are required. Write today to ,Director, c
B. Bailey of Rock Lake Ranch, basic' Practice limited to the Examination \
conducting research and pilot Sales Division, THE AMERICAN of the eyes, and
in South Hendry County, was .a plant studies of importance to the HOME CORPORATION. 251 Fourth the fitting and repair of glasses.. ,
business visitor in Clewiston Mon-
sugar cane industry. Avenue, New York, N. Y.


Robert Kelly left this week fora .
I two weeks' visit with his parents, 1- : 1

> Mr. and Mrs. S. T.' Kelly, in Kearney "I 'I J I ( -

Mo. .1 :

"' I AI A
A. L. Hackett left Tuesday night I

for Brunswick, Ga., where he '
called by the serious illness of his ; ', ,' : Wi ,- "'. ." .

father.Mr. I I J I >' I J :
T ; j / :
and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs ,: : .: < $ .

R. N. Smith and Mrs.' Earl :Smith 7. '!?!"" }'r' W N' ', ,', & ;./ x' '. NV Y.m :,_
i'I. tl.J1Y
/ ';:'' : 'if '
were: visitors in Fort Myers Saturday ,, ,: t:" s : '' : < .:'' '' :, :: ',': ; A:
-::: ;;Z" i : ,, ., : <.:; '> .. : ;!1; i

$ f. :Jh ""'" ,
); Y",, = %. <', ;ty
.-:1/1: :( 'ffJ. 1"i";
Ijliit : { .is W' & -'i; Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs., R. :M. i, W" .. .. : .,;I, > W- !< '. ., ,", ,', ':' ., ::0: '. : @$i(, '::: ;'J'Wi fYO \i:,,fii_ -

Bishop and Mrs. W. H. Lanier were :'I;{' 9..WlI ";1S5 i ." Jt; ;: 't1 J 1 m.I',y:::"' ci,. : ,...% ',J;.' i,.:'1-\, t"" ;
\ visitors in West Palm Beach Monday i; -.Jo ;:: i .i" I I
., < i1.(':;; W. 'if &: i'1.. <{:; t :: '
1 '..7.';ft'' "f'. 'il .ii1iii ., ..-. ..,: I
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d 0 ; 'f. .1'h' p.
Mr. and Mrs. A: H. King at ; '" ,." { _i[ g; ,. ,
'" '
'i '. k \ < : bt _
: .i J 1./ ; : >i, ; :J
tended the movie,, "Gone 'With'the l' .' .r. I' ,,'?r@ .. iWffi & .t 0"' ", ,*, .....
Wind." in Fort Myers Wednesday '. \ : :- lW !f, '" 0 I>. M "'w 'P1 J. ,'';f."
I ,\:% f!" '"9.1'.9. ., 4l .., Q .,;;:': .x
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evening. .1h::' 1 w ,r I" @" : A:: f "... [It, I ? '
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., -
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Mrs. E. W. McLeod, Mrs. Harvey t; \ 'g, <; r I I '' _' : .-:., '.
:< I11. :;'"
Kirk and Mrs. O. D. Luke were in \ I* r W'tf "

Fort Myers Wednesday to see :" \11. I r ii': : v q : ) 5# ', : "
: ;
"Gone With the Wind. i "< :. ,
', [ < ,
.' ,', ,i 'y ', I ,. .le {::@ i1
Mrs. Howard McNeece and, Mrs. ox .,;:;":,. I 7.'.:. ', :," ::yc,<' ,<:';:../' "'" : "

p A B. Davis and daughter, Wanda,

of parents Delray, Mr.Beach and Mrs.are R.visiting L. Guthrie.Mr. their. ; : ." :.'

daughter. and, Sally Mrs., J.left J. Sunday Graham and for I ,,. ;,: 1r'f ,1#" /;$/: .jJ .,:t. : .j) -5- : w ;c.- J

their new home in Charleston, S. I: ,- x" D'" '.. V' .rr IJ' Jh.i$ 1i' ,
f' : !
C. has been connected
Mr. Graham I ,". ,. l!> IS .,
[ ;; Ej i 1.
with the Clewiston sub-office of ,7.' I : 10 ]t.
I" : tfll
: '
U. S. Engineers for several years <, 'J qfl'' Ii lAS/ }lfll! &

and was transferred to the Charleston I i j '1: pi .czrcN : ;
> ", ,, ; '. ; 9
office. "' < :
f w M

Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff > I .1"1 1 'i I\

have as their guests, Mrs. Duff's u f i'n J / /<
cousin, Mrs. Oliver Thompson, and ,

her daughter, Alison, of Surrey,

England.months in Residing Trinidad, until Mrs. Thompson recent- Hub Chevrolet Company Inc.

is visiting relatives in the ,

'United States until conditions are
:pore favorable for her return to

England. Located in Sugarland Service Building


Mr. and ,Mrs. Harry T. Vaughn -
Phone 87 ClewistonALL
-and son, Harry; left Sunday for ,

Cuba where Mr. Vaughn is on
business. They drove to Miami

and made the overnight trip to

Cuba by boat, taking their car with CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO F-ORIDA---NOT, DRIVENso ---

them. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn lived

In Cuba several years ago and they come to you genuinely NEW!

planned to visit old friends during
their trip.

belated stock. They trtre the hopeof "IMPROVED -

And the Project.among the women, I found, UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL :THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

I 'LampM11ey l! there tween was the misery-mongers the same division and the be- I I picked: a. lot of f]louartods. n.

chinned homemakers.Betsy Sebeck While sat the on a triple-chop- SUNDAY Lesson .

ping-block and railed at the Com- By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. How soon they met
missary for ladling out coffee thatwasn't Dean ol The Moody Bible Instituteof tkeir doom !
dated and butter that smelt
I (Released
by Western Newspaper Union.)
Carol Coburn Lander becomes field manager for the It must te Fierce
Sidney Lander cheesy, a more energetic group of to
from the annoyances of Eric (the Red) Matanuska Valley project. housewives were down at the salmon
her native Carol and he both are enthusiastic about Le ?, bud
She Is returning S.
ErIcson. stream with S. Lesson for May 11
pitchforks, ladling out I
of the
Alaska to teach. Her father; a sourdough the future new colony. And
died with an unproven mine claim. Lander Eric, the Red and a gang of workers half a ton of fresh fish, where the never 9e.t

an engineer for the Trumbull Co., which Is bring Carol a blackboard and becomes In water was almost solid with red- lected Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts se- to bloom.

fighting the Coburn claim, breaks with sulting. She faces them with a pistol. Lan meated bodies, which were promptly council of Religious Education: used by R1! CArc
Trumbull. But he remains engaged to der arrives and knocks Eric out. dressed and salted, or processedand permission. .
'-ITUmulul._u'''5 daughter.: : Barbara., 'Once ..4--ore Lan der had been her protector. canned and stowed away '

. INSTALLMENT XIII against a rainy day. Some, of them, THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE

I noticed, had already planted sweet ,HOME REGARDING BEVERAGE
"Are you all right?" he asked. I. Katie's brand-new Red Cross flag peas along the black-earthed te-- ALCOHOL .

"I'm all right," I told him. And was flying from its peak. races in front of their still unfinished

I attempted to prove it by going out Katie donned a uniform, as brand houses. LESSON TEXT-Deuteronomy 6:4-7; Jeremiah

and bringing in the mudsmearedand new as her Red Cross flag, and gave They made own humble wickyup 35510. WNU Service.
my -
forgotten blackboard.He instructions for the carrying in of GOLDEN TEXT-Train up a child In the
when Ruddy's prairie fire was way he should go; and when he is old he
stood watching me as I wipedthe the sick children. There were seven finally stamped out and 1 moved will not depart from it.-Proverbs 22:6.
mud, and then what was unmistakably of them, by this time. And just as back to my home on the Jansen 'Land of Big Feet'Patagonia
bloodstain, from that the last of them was being tucked
clearing, seem a very small and The responsibility'of the home regarding -
ignobly acquired symbol of authority into bed Doctor Ruddock appearedin antiquated affair. ,The quietness oppressed liquor is primarily that of is a little-known region -
our midst and promptly an- with a familiar name. The
me.I providing 'a place for children to
"This won't happen again,? he nounced that from that day forwardhe so-called Patagonian area consti.
,was glad when Katie grow under
said with a steely sort of quietness.He was to be recognized as the offi- dropped in. up proper principlesand tutes the tail of the South American -
But her spirits for seemed practice. That that the
once, means
glanced down at his bruised cial, man-of-medicine for the valley continent. Long contested be-
anything but light and airy. home should be a Christian home,
knuckles. "You know, of course, project.I tween Chile and Argentina, this
"What's where both/parents follow Christ in
on mind? I de-
what that rabble-rouser wants to could see the glow that came your area was finally divided between
I life well
manded."A as as profession. Young
do? He wants to throw a scare into I into Katie's Celtic eye as she caught those countries in 1881, and its

you, to frighten you out of your job, I the significance of that announce- couple of snapshots," was Katie's home people should about to establish themselves a with-new permanent boundaries were set in

to make this valley intolerable." ment. rather cryptic answer. give 1902. The Argentine section lies

"Why should he?" I asked."I "That's great," she said, with a "Snapshots of what?" I asked.' out who reservation began their to home Christ.as Chris-Those' roughly east of the Andes and

think," answered Lander, "it's quaver in her voice. He inspectedthe "Of a snip of a surgical nurse tian home but who have a drifted south of the great central plains. It

because he has Trumbull behind building and lamented the absence down in that Seattle hospital," the through carelessness, unbelief includes the three continental ter-

him. There's more than one way, of running water and laughedat gloomy-eyed Katie replied. "Rud- should renew their or devotion to, ritories of Rio Negro, Chubut, and

remember, of fighting a mine the ,electric sterilizer, which dy just showed 'em to me. He Christ. America needs Santa Cruz, and is some 259,000

claim." couldn't be used, of course, until seems to think"'she's the ,last wordin things, but first and foremost standsits many square miles in area.

A ghostly voice was telling me the completion of the Project's gen- womanhood. need of real Christian homes. According; some authorities,
lean erating plant. Life, I felt when Katie went on the which
that it would be sweet to I. Preparing to Meet Temptation ,name Patagonia, means
against a wide shoulder like that, And that seemed confirmed, two her way again, was a dolorously (Deut. 6:4-7). "Land of the Big Feet," was given

whatever the outcome, until life losta days later, when a motor ambu- muddled-up affair.It the area by early explorers who
little of its uncertainty.A lance was unloaded from a flat car, didn't make a good beginning 1. By a Consistent Example (vv. were amazed at the size of foot-

car- horn sounded outside the for my first night back in the wickyup. 5-6). Only the father (or mother) prints (of aboriginal Indians)
who loves the Lord with all his be-
and And, a little later, it was found there.
shack. The door opened, we ing and who ,has permitted God's "
and mannish crowned by a still more unpleasant
stared at the rough thing. Word to enter into his heart will set

figure of Katie O'Connell. the right example. It is well to know'
"You're the bozo I want," was her For most unmistakably, on that
grim-noted announcement. "We've first midnight of my new loneliness, something'about child psychology, Nemous ResUessG
about the principles of rearing chil- -
somebody came to cabin and
got to get action here or there'll be my
'etc., but these, without right
tried to force the door .
There's three clear open.I
hell to pay. n
relationship to God cold and
cases of measles in that tent colony wasn't sure just how much pressure rls I Cranky? Restless?
powerless. But let the walk
Can't sleep? Tire
and about two hundred kids my crossbar would stand. SoI
before their ''children in earnest B easily? Because of
who've been exposed to it. Colonel groped about in the darkness, after distress of monthly
Christian living let them honorGod's
Hart's gone over for the Anchorage slipping out of my bunk, and functional disturbances? Then try
Word in their lives and in the I
doctor but that doesn't solve our made a search for Sock-Eye's re Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
home, and they will lay the finest pound.
volver.I .
problem. foundation for Christian characterin is famousfor
is it want?" asked waited, with the big in Plnkham's Compound
"What you six-gun their children. relieving pain of Irregular periods
Lander. my hand, until the sounds began and cranky nervousness due to such
2. By Correct Teaching (v. 7). disturbances. One of the most effec-
"I want Doctor Ruddock here, iii IIIi"That's again. Then I deliberately fired a
The parent should make the teach- tive medicines you can buy today
said Katie's prompt proclamation. shot at the wall, as a gentle reminder for this purpose-made especially
ing of God's Word to children mat-
"And inside of twenty-four hours of what that would-be intruder a for women. WORTH TRYING
ter of first importance. It is to be
I've got to have a hospital of some might expect.
expected that the children will be
kind. The warning, apparently, wasn'twasted.
in church and Sunday school with
"Then you'll get it," Lander said ., For nothing but silence, their parents (notice the wordHwith"it's Right of GovernmentThe
curtness. "We've after that awful' of
with reassuring roar sound, came
not enough to send divine right of kings may
the material and we've two to' *
got got my ears. *
them), but that is not sufficient. have been a plea for feeble tyrants .-
hundred workers. ----- ----- --- -- --
Blessed and fruitful is that home but the divine right of government -
"What workers? challenged Ka great," Katie said.a CHAPTER XVII life in which the Word of God is a is the keystone of human -
tie. "Those bindle stiffs in the CCC
normal and easy topic of conversa- progress, and without it gov-
camp have just told me they'rewalking highly varnished and urbanlooking Long 'before this
colony, was
ernments sink into police and a
tion, where spiritual things are discussed ,
out.' They say they're on ambulance designed for the use thought of there was a 'small schoolat intelligently and without nation is degraded into a mob.-
strike. And the building-gangs claim of the new Red Cross nurse. But Matanuska Village. It was housedin i re Disraeli.
straint. home be that Benjamin
they have orders to stick to houses." Katie promptly cottoned to that ve- what had once been a wooden- I, Every can
kind of home if the will
"To hell with orders," barked hicle, which because' of its sable fronted trading post. Its floors had : a parents
do what know should do
Lander, "at a time like this. I say paint scheme, she christened "Black heaved with the frosts of many along I they they '

you'll get that hospital. And you'll Maria." winter, its walls had sagged, about II. it.Standing in the Hour of DOt 13E BOSSED

get it, lady, before I take these But Katie soon had other things to and its roof leaked like a sieve. Sam

boots off." think of. Two cases of scarlet fever Bryson, its owner, soured by his Temptation (Jer. 35:5-10): BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
As a protest against the heathen CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY
developed in our little tent city. removal as district superintendent,
CHAPTER XVI And that stirred her Ruddy into refused to lift a hand in repairingthe dom, the intemperance, and corruption .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy

still more frantic action. He bun- old wreck. The CCC workers I of the city life of his day, Jona due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions Next

Action is eloquence, as Shake- dled his nurse off to an isolation were equally recalcitrant. So Lan- I dab instructed his house or tribe to morning-thorough do-take Feen-A-Mint, comfortable at bedtime.relief,

speare once said. tent in a clearing at the' edge ,of der marshaled a corps of volun- live 'an itinerant life and, aboveall helping you start the day full of your

Lander didn't fail the valley in the Wiebel farm and commandedher teers and tackled the job. The undulating not to touch wine. normal energy and pep, feeling like a

its time of need. And Katie got her to carry on as best she could. floor was made level once We are not called to imitate in million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't with work disturb the
rest or interfere
hospital., "This is like stamping out a prai- more; the side walls were patchedand detail their wayof living, but ratherto your next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum

All she got was a board shed in- rie fire," he announced. "We've got straightened; two new windowswere learn from them the principlesof laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's

terlined with plywood and roofed to check it before it starts." put in, and the roof was made consistent temperance. handy and economical..,a family supply 1,.

with' tar paper, a bald-looking build- Katie went without a murmur. I waterproof. They also built a dou- 1. Remembrance (vv. 6, 7). Jere Gao: lOur

ing with square windows and a row think she would have gone to the ble row of rough little desks and miah was sent to test the Rechabitesnot SEE 149 NT

of army cots along one wall. Butit north pole if her abstracted man-of- replaced the rusty' old drum stove ( to tempt them to fall) by offer-

was shelter for Katie's patients.It medicine had ordered it. He boiled with a new and shining air-tight ing them wine, but to them it was a

didn't come easy. When Lan- with indignation at the carelessnessof heater, to say nothing of four equally -, real temptation. They, met it FailingsNo

der put his pride in his pocket and the 'colony mothers. One neglected bright and shining gas lamps. promptly and without fear, because one is satisfied with his for-

talked to the transient workers he child, in spite of his warnings, The Project officials may have they had in their hearts and minds' tune, nor dissatisfied with his in-

got nothing but jeers. For Eric the developed pneumonia. And that been short on labor but they proved the teaching of their "father" Jona- tellect.-Deshoulieres.

Red, obviously, had been workingon brought a hurry call to me. prodigal enough with supplies. For I dab.

them. They declared they were "We've got to have help here," he they promptly shipped in six gross Blessed is the boy or girl who

already imposed on and underpaid.But said when I confronted him in his of, blackboard wipers and a half in the lone and trying hour of temptation -

Lander didn't give up. He crowded little tent office. "And as truckload of chalk boxes and enough I is not confused by the negative GOOD AT

hurriedly canvassed the colony tents I'm stopping all public assemblage, paper and pencils to run a state or unchristian example of par DRUGSTORES .

and 'unearthed three men who had your schoolwork peters out and university. They also, ironically.I ents, but who at once has a visionof uRCEsonEE '
once done carpenter work. Then he leaves you free." enough, sent a nickel and enamel a God-fearing father and mother, o' iS13C1

went after the old-timers. He got So I was not only a day-nurse water-cooler and an electric fan and remembrance of their faithful
Hans Wiebel. Then he got Sock- i and scrubwoman and deputymarshal both of them, of course, quite use- teaching of God's standards of life. 8ok1s R s I I' yl

Eye, and the quick-handed father of but also a human laundry anda less. But all shipments of textbooks
Olie Eckstrom, and a stalwart ex- : 2. Obedience (vv. 8-10). Here
stove-stoker and milkdistributorand must have fallen by the wa/side. '
cabinetmaker who knew the meaning again is a lesson which must be ltlll4S % lesSedRe
oiler of desquamating little bod- S'lary, openly defying her acidu-
of edged tools. The acidspiritedSam ies. I took temperatures and lous old dad, helped me sandpaper learned from the tender years of
Bryson, it's true, flatly refused sheets babyhood, but which bears glorious
changed and doled out a gal- the rough little chair desks and
to come to our help. But Salaria cathartics. fruit in the days of young manhoodand
lon of I kept the shed sweep up shavings and brighten the
just as flatly defied all paternal injunctions I warm at night and the sunny side windows with chintz. womanhood. The parent who

and joined up with the screened by day. I patted soda so- When I asked S'lary, as we. worked .does not tactfully, kindly, but withal -

group. lutions on itchy little torsos and there side by side, if it wouldn't be firmly, teach children to obey

Then the dirt ,began to fly. Halfan swabbed out spotted little mouths easier to pursue her studies in such has undermined their life in ad 11 All the Traffic

hour after the site and size of and baked sheets end played checkers surroundings, she startled me by the vance.

the building had been decided the with the convalescents and i vigor of her revolt. The Rechabites loyally obeyed the

pillars were bedded and the sills shooed overinquisitive urchins away "Me plant my carcass in one o' word of their founder, and passed Would Bearll

laid. While I helped to lug two-by- from the door and went to bed so them kid seats?" she indignantly de- their hour of testing with flying col 1

fours from the track side lumber dog-tired that seven hours' sleep manded. "Me squat here and do ors. They had his example, they 4

piles wide-shouldered Salaria seemed nothing more than seven sums with a bunch of undersized knew his teaching, and life itself

strode back and forth with twelve- ticks of my alarm clock. cheechakos who ain't able t' wipe had proved to them that ,they were O There was a time in America

foot boards on her back. She glo- But behind my back, all the while, their own noses? Not me." in the right way.A .

ried in dumping her gigantic' loadsat life was going on 'as life has the She was conscious of my frown of closing word. The liquor interests when there were no set prices.

the feet of the busy Lander. And habit of doing. disapproval as I watched those full are concerned because the Each merchant charged what

almost as fast as we could carry the The misfits might rail at Ruddy and rose-red lips framing languageso I consumption of beer is rapidly fall- he thought "the traffic would

allotted timbers they were caughtup and his health rules and the mal unsuited to the seeker of culture. ing off and because most of their

and measured and shaped while contents might squat about the Com- "Pop's been wonderin'," she observed customers are "elderly or middle- bear." Advertising came to

the sound of -hammer and- saw filled missary porch and orate at the bureaucrats with a new meekness in her aged." They are spending tremendous the rescue of the consumer.It .

the valley. who were turning Mata- smoldering eyes, "if you couldn't sums in advertising to "get the the established -
led the to
Northern nights, at this time of nuska into something, worse than come and teach me private. And I beer drinking habit instilled in thousands way

the year, are not long. But, when Soviet Russia But the real home- once I got t' handlin' a pen as easyas I almost millions, of young prices you pay when

darkness came on, fires were lighted seekers were already out on their I handle a rifle, he allows, I'd I men who do not at present know buy anything today.
and lanterns were swung above plots getting a bit of land ready be ready t' go outside and have a the taste of beer."

the busy workers.By for belated seeding or lending a winter in the States." I That is their avowed aim. Shall I
noon the roof was finished and hand at
: building shelter fsr their (TO BE CONTINUED they be permitted to put it across?

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I i i ] I Events in the lives of Little Men I D Cruel Experience ,

; SCREEN ADIO i ,fered Housewife-Have work? you been .of-1

By VIRGINIA VALE I I Tramp-Only once, mum. Apart
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I from that I've had nothing but .
HENey.' COME UP1ro kindness. .
April weddings in the "',
Two movie colony are yoiR- ROOM
/ A reader asks if debt-collecting;
I still topics for conversation, one IMMEDlArfLY !
is a profession. We would call it a'
because 'it was so conventional, pursuit.

for Hollywood, the other because

'it was so unusual for that Horse Power

colony and just the accepted $$1 Marian-Mabel says she's wildly
in love with her new car.
thing anywhere ( Martin-Just another case when
The Yuma marriage of Constance man is displaced by machinery
Bennett and Gilbert Roland was Hoi- .

lywoodian. It was Miss Bennett's
fourth marriage, they drove to SIMPLE ENOUGH"I

Yuma by themselves and the clergy-

man had to supply witnesses. The
other, Deanna Durbin's marriage to k"j

Vaughn Paul, was a big church wed-

ding, very beautiful, and motion pic- -
ture stars who were friends of the j/ f
bride and groom were invited but 0
j not featured as part of the performance. -
An achievement, in Holly; don't understand dem ter-

wood! 0a mometers."
"a \ + "Well, you see, when it gets

If ,Rudy Vallee is ready to chuck his : durn cold the- mercury sorter hud-
I at dles down in der bottom of'
career and undertake a new one do
,. /
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the drop 01 a mega- tube so's to keep warm.

I phone. Now appear-
ing in Columbia's /t 1. On the Line
) musical picture, 1 M.ci4 4 Engaged girl, referring to her sweet-
"Time Out for o $r I I I It heart's family-They claim to be connected .'

Rhythm," with Ann + o a s, with some of the best families.
Rival-Yes-by telephone.A .
Miller, RosemaryLane
and Allen Jenkins I Stumper
he's ready to
t'' T When the two business men met,
drop acting and L\\ y ; one said to the other: "I have
singing if he can
4 LIlA. made an addition to my staff. I
get a chance to di-
have engaged a man at $5,000 a
f rect pictures. He'sRudy
year to do all the worrying for
even bought a homein "
Vallee. me.
Beverly Hills to
! be near the center of the movie busi- l "But how are you going" to get
the $5,000 to pay him?
ness. '" "Ah, that will be his first
-i "
During the next few months there -
will be a virtual parade of film players -

to the Latin-American countries. I BELIEVE MY GRANDSON

Spencer Tracy and Eleanor Powell 'P WORKS I IN YOUR YES!
J are slated for good-will visits; Doug- OFFICE .
las Fairbanks Jr. will be a sort of b rr r

good-will ambassador, and Marsha
Hunt plans on spending six weeks in w
South America after she's finished I
i "Blossoms in the Dust." V I

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first RKO Radio production, aroused room study and vacation.and tuition.S15.00 per Former weefc University covers

i plenty of controversy I CTHAT'S teachers. Box 71. Mt. Airy, Georgia.
long before it .
i was released, and
will be one of those / Laws GravitateLaws

pictures that people > :',3

will argue and institutions are constantly -
Released by Tho Bell Syndicate. Tnc )
v years after tending to gravitate. Like

,. seen it. It clocks, they must be occasionally)
be the best main,3. : cleansed, and wound up, and set''
ever made, to true time. Henry Ward
I tainly it is HE WENT TO YOUR Beecher.

I J the best-but 1 .. FUNERAL(
I are those who RIGHT LAST _
tain that it should Orson Welles WEEK'// TAKE THE SPRING OUT OF

never have been zs 1 / SPRING Wti&>USE2DROPSOf
made at all. Welles himself scores I Ly PENETROKo'4Reciprocating[
superbly as writer, actor and pro- L
ducer; the rest of the cast is so good

that you forget that they're acting. r.
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1irrIII 5 We have no more right to con-
The first day she appeared on the Millar Watt 11 sume happiness without producingit

\ "Manpower" set Marlene Dietrich than tov consume wealth without
announced that she'd take whatever producing it. George Bernard
punishment the script asked George ,
Raft to hand her. That includedhis
slapping ,her twice across the
face, knocking her down a flight of day's popularity, -
of Doan's Pills after
stairs, then leaping after her and :.. many years of world-
hitting her across the mouth with ''' wide use, surely must
I be accepted as evidence
the back of his hand. I of satisfactory use.
But George hit her harder than he .f And favorable 1)ublicopinion

intended, Marlene tumbled down the r of the able supports physicians that
stairs (as per script), but wound up S who test the value of
,., Doan's under exacting
by severely spraining her ankle laboratory conditions.
(which the script did not call for!). These physicians, too, approve every wordof
'., advertising you read, the objective of
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as & good diuretic treatment for disorderof
Two more well known stage and i ". the kidney function and for relief of
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A' .If more people were aware of how the
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cast of "We Are Always Young," that cannot stay in the blood without in-
c r / jury to health, there would be better understanding -
Mutual chain's
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That cast probably includes more when kidneys lag, and diuretic medication
"name" -1 would be more often employed. .
actors than
any other serial Burning:, scanty or too frequent urination -
on the air; among them are sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
z function. You may suffer nagsing back. :'
Royce Landis
Linda Wat- ache persistent headache attacks of dizziness -
kins, Margalo Gilmore, Joe' LaurieJr. getting up nights swelling, pu3ness >
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., Horace Braham, Pert Kelton, .M r all played out. eyes
George Coulouris, and William Jan- V' Use Doan's Pills. It is better to rely on
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Andy Hardy's own, a squadron of 3 JUS' x cSKf3000H '.' .
RAF fighters, will soon take to the dWUZ IW
air. Mickey Rooney, the Hardy se- ,,4'ir + GONNA r .

ries "Andy," received a letter the tb NEED Tt-1A i .
other day from a young RAF flier o ( ? dt
HELMET, -- WNU-7 19-41
who wrote "We're all young fellowsin r--
this squadron and we all think
you're an o. k. sort of lad, so we've
nicknamed our squadron (soon to s I lIARGiUMS! I
see action) for you." o
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Stirling Hayward lost Madeleine I V. -that will save you many a
Carroll in "Virginia," but he's slat- P } dollar gill escape you if
ed to win her in "Dildo Cay." As you fail to read carefully and
originally planned, it was Dorothy By regularly the advertising of
Lamour whom he was to win, but local merchants >> >> >>
she will be unable to finish her C. M. Payne

current assignment in "Aloma of the
South Seas" in time to appear in WNU M now p UTC I IRtaLleo IIN THIS PAPER'Jr '
the picture. I



Ouida Johnson, Gladys Davidson, 14 Draftees To Go The local office has on file' the WINS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

May Day- Elsie Martin, Marilyn Davis, Alice names of four white boys In tEe
Nora Oglesby, Dorothy Key West, May 7---(FNS)-For
I To Camp This MonthThe county who have not sent in
Sealey, Wanda Shelter, Betty the 15th year the Miami Drum and
(Continued from Page questionnaires and have not been
Stough Wilma Tingle, Joan Wal- Bugle Corps Harvey W. Seeds Post
and were Shirley Benbow, Willie ker, Pearl Whidden Emily Bullen local draft office announcedthat heard from. A last effort Is being of the American
Legion, the
Vivian won
Mae Bethea, June Collier, Betty McDufffe, Doris Poole, Chris- a call had been made for six: made to contact their families this
Eleanor Sue Holland, Mau- and state championship in open competition -
Crow, Sue Von Mach
tine Redish
week and if
white draftees for May 22 and this is unavailing their
Prewitt Anne
Anne with drum
reen Johnson Mary Carlisle.At and bugle corps
Margaret Himrod, Jua- eight colored to go on May 27. names will be turned over to the
Slonaker, from
the conclusion of the programthe posts throughout thestate..
nita Turner, Bobby Berner, Kay marched to the Several of these are replacementsfor Federal Bureau -Investigation..
Bishop, Jimmy flag-bearers i This snappy outfit ranks as one
Bowden, Wilmer Richard Knight, Gene front of the coronation stage and those rejected in previous calls. They are Malcolm McQueen, La- : of the best in the nation and will

Johnson, Donald formed the letters "U. S. A." The The names of those who will go Belle Harry Bouffleur, Clewiston, compete for the National
Norwood Norton, championship -
Land, audience joined in singing the Star have not yet been announced. Herbert Luckey of LaBelle and .
Redish Bobby
Pratt, Ernest Cothern. Spangled Banner, and the reces- Johnnie B. Smith colored, last Cecil Grainger of Felda. There are
and Skippy
John sional brought the pretty festivalto draftee sent, was accepted and also fifty-eight negroes who have Florida has 35,000,000
Danish folk dancers in peasant fourth an end. i, James Powell and Ned Guy, white, not been contacted and these also 2,000,000- under'cultivation, 19-

costume were girls Yvonne from the Burkett, Much credit is due the pupils of LaBelle, were accepted at Fort will be turned over to the FBI unless 000,000 in timber, 3,000,000 of

grade and were Shirley Krueger, and the teachers who trained them Barrancas. contacted within a few days. water and 3,000,000 of prairie.
Annis Adams,
in' their various dances and drills.
Carline Berner, Nadine Andrews,
Mrs. Mary Baker, junior high
Christine Espenlaub, Carolyn Robinson CLERK'S NOTICE OF FILING HILL OF COMPLAINT.
teacher, was in charge of the pro- IN THE CIRCUIT counT OP' TilE
Von Mach. Fol- gram, and was assisted by Mrs. W. IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY, IN CHANCERY f

Owen and Corinne E. Dilley, third grade teacher. Each CITY OF CLD'VISTON, a. municipal corporation, Complainant vs. CERTAIN '''LANDS UPON WHICH TAXES ARE
of Spanish .
lowing this a group DELINQUENT
grade teacher was also responsiblefor are hereby notified that the City of Clewis ton,
danced with castanets. They: a municipal corporation, has flIed its bill of complaint In
girls the training of her group of the above named court to foreclose delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years
were Christine Brown, Anita Ehney, and penalties upon the parcels of land set forth in the following schedule, all of said parcels with Interest -
Phillips, Marilyn Shelter, pupils being in the City of Clewiston, Hendry County, Florida the aggregate amount of said Tax Certificates lying and Unpaid and-
Joyce Taxes for Subsequent Years against said respective parcels of land, as set forth In said[ bill of
Marsha Norton, Thelma Gay, Betty being set opposite such parcels in the following schedule to-wit: complaint,

Lou Emrich, Billy Arnett, Kathryn Heavy Rains- The General Plan of ClewUton, Florida as revised September 7, 1037, according: to plat recorded In Plat Book
Dyess and Doris Strickland.The 2, pages 71 to 78, IncIiiwUe, Public Record of Hendry County, Florida.
and (Continued from page 1)) Tax Year _YEARS
the 4th 5th and 6th grades Tax Year

Lionel Beatty from the third grade. acre field but was frozen out on Lot Block 1032 1933 ID34 ID35 ID36 1031 1938 1939 1040 TOTAL

Their formations were precise and first planting and was further dam- .30 23 $ $ $ $ 6.25 $ 6.25 4 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 ____. 33.40
31 23 ,(Bal) 4.94 6.25 6.60 7.006.65 .
rains after 6.65 38.09
their per- aged later by heavy --
much applause greeted 32 23 6.25 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 __._ 39.40
formance. These boys were Ben- replanting. It still remains, how- 23 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
of 24 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 _
nie McCall, Grant. BrewerEdward ever, the largest single acreage 25 .26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 ___ 42.30 42.30
Ashley, Robert Charley, Harold tomatoes in the Everglades. Pick 26 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30

Broaderick Jack Davis, Bub Mills, ing is expected to start on a large 27 28 26 26 6.30 6.30 3.80 3.80 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.55 4.55 4.80 4.80 5.00 5.)0) 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75.___ 42.30 42.30

Robert Wiandt, Dan Martin, Eddie scale next week. 29 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4,75..._._ 42.50
30 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80
5.00 4.75 4.75 __ 42.30
Conkling Clifford Beatty, Lionel Glen H. Willams and J. E. 4 139 5.58 3.38 3.38 4.04 4.04 4.26 4.40 4.18 4.18 __ 37.44

Beatty, Jackie Redish Edward Frierson are also shipping from the 9 141 '3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 ___ 29.10
12 171 7.02 4.22 4.22 5.06 5.06 5.34
5.60 5.70 5.70 47.92
Bourne, Eugene Bledsoe, Benbow area. 6 175 V 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 20.02
Knight, Billy' Toulis, Bobby Croy, Felda tomato crops are believedto 1 I 176 2.75 5.00 5.70 5.70 __ 19.15
6 195 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90
4.00 3.80 _
Ray Croy, Charles Miner, Albert have been seriously damaged by 23 195 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 '5.00 4.75 22.80 3.80 __ 60.35 34.20

Stephens Anthony Toulis, Billy the rain. LaBelle is reported to 4 196 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 ____ 34.20

Haynie, George Elkins, Billy Mayn- have had a terrific rainfall but the 10 7- 202 201 3.10 i 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 4.00 3.80 4.75 3.80 4.75 ___ 29.10 20.90

ard, Bobby Courson, Ernest Smith, only available reading from that 13 204 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 _:- 34.20
2 207 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54
3.60 3.80 _
Mills Kim Kolstad, Gilbert is from Ortona Locks where 3.80 31.72
Gene area 3 207 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.80 3.80 31.72

McLeod, Dick Schiffli. 4.88 inches fell. 20 207 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 ........ .. 29.24
3 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 __ 22.38
The Highland Schottische and 4 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 22.38

the Highland Fling were dances by Harlem AcademyContinued 5 208 3.18 1.98 1.98. 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 _._._ 22.38
6 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85..._.. 22.38
girls and boys in Highland cos- 11 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 ____ 22.38
tume. These were Louise, Prewitt, -. 21 208 3.18 1.98 2.34 '2.40 2.85 2.85 15.60
22 208 3.18 1.98 2.34 2.40 2.85 2.85 __ 15.60
"Bobby Maynard June Espenlaub, ( from Page 1) 24 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 _._ 29.24
'Charles Benbow, Jo Ann Crouch, school events for the Harlem Acad- 25 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 .___ 29.24
26 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 '3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80.__ 29.24
the elementary
Patricia Bailey, Last Wednseday -
Junior Martinez, emy. 28 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 22.56
Raymond Trice, Mary Louise Thomas department, presented a 29 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80.,_.__ 22.56
1 355 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 __
: Grace Ward, Margie Allen, two-act operetta "The Maid and ,23 355 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.90 ____ 26.20 25.44
Shirley Schultz, Janice Norton Virginia -, the Golden' Slippers." Sunday aft- 28 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 2.85 1.14 __ 25.63
39 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 __
Turner, Mary Ruth Johnson, ernoon the baccalaureate servicewas 40 3.56 4.14 2.45 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 1.14 24.68 24.68

Ruth Emrich, Jacqueline Bledsoe held in the school building .u 356 414 2.54 2.54 3.02, 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 __ 2t.68
Nelle 13 367 2.68 2.82 2.80 2.66 2.66 __ 13.62
Virginia Cox 'Harriet Alston with Rev. O. D. Williams preachingthe 15 377 4.62, 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.42 3.42 ___ 25.32
Burkett. 14-15 378 17.30 18.30 20.00 22.80 38.00 __ 116.40
sermon.: The school ,play, "The 19' 378 38.70 22.70 22.70 27.50 27.50 29.10 32.00 26.60 28.50 __ 255.30
A sword drill by boys from the 13 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 + 7.40 \ 7.40 7.80 8.00 4.75 4.75 __. 62.40
seventh grade was one of the best Black Derby" was presented by the 14 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 __ 60.50
15 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80
school department 8.00 3.80 3.80 ___ 60.50
events on the program, and burstsof junior high 16 385. 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40. 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 __ 60.50
applause were given enthusias- Tuesday evening. 17 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 21.00 21.00 21.00 24.00 3.80 3.80 __ '118.10
4 411 2.34'
2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28..._ 11.76
tically as the leader of each group Teachers of the Harlem Acad- 5 411 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28.__ 11.76
held aloft a formation of all the 14-15-16 412 5.10 5.10 22.40 22.40 23.70 22.80 _..__ 101.50
emy are A. A. Thomas, principal, 27 422 4.14 2.54' 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 24.49
swords woven into a ;design. These 28 .422 5.10 3.10 3.10. 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 1.71 1.14 __._ 29.45
boys were Oliver in"d Jack Mar- Viola Thomas and Naomi Cornell 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..__ 24.49
tinez, Sammy Young, Ben Bolton, 29 423 4.14 2.54 ,2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 :.11 ._ _... 24.49

Milton Poole, Byrl Ingram Gene ':..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 36 35 446 446 '" 5.10 6.:0: 3.10 3.80 3.80 3.10 3.70 4.55 4.55 3.70 4.80 3.90 3.80 3.80 2.80 3.80 ..._...__..._. 34.20 40.40

Doke Frank' Conkling, Francis :i: .' ,..... e' : 10 495 1.98 2.3J ..34 2.46 2.40 2.23 2.28 ....__. 16.08
Tompkins, Curtis Pullen, James and 9 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 .____. 18.00 '
:;: j tiJI :;: 10 498 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90........ 13.60
Dick Elkins, Bobby Topper, David t .. .. "h" t't' 15 498 2.70 1.71. 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90........._. 18.00
Thomas, Billy Prewitt, Frank 't'Y 7 505 1.50 1.00 1.00 1.15 1.15 1.20 1.00 .95 .95 9.90
Conkling and Lawrence Guthrie. :: AFRAID OF MICE :;: In addition to the amounts set opposite each parcel of land in the foregoing schedule interest and pen-
; alties as provided by law on such delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years together
The final event was the windingof :;: The director of the National :: with a proportionate- part of the costs and expenses of th is suit are sought to be enforced and. foreclosed In this
the Maypole by English' girls. suit.
in floor-length :t: Zoological Park and the curaz,, You.j are hereby notified to appear and make your defenses to said bill of complaint! on or before the 2nd
These girls were f; tor of mammals at the New .;- day of June A. D. 1941, the same being a Rule Day of this Court and if you fail to do so on or before said date,
pastel colored dresses and with the bill will be taken as confessed by you and you will be barred from thereafter contesting said suit, and said
ribbons in their hair and a minia- :t: York Zoological ,Park report ::: respective parcels of land will be sold by decree of said court for nonpayment of said taxes.and interest and
%; elephants show no fear of 'i'z penalties thereon and the costs of this suit. .
ture corsage in their hands presented IN .WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court this
:: mice. l."Popular QuestionsAnswered" ::: '
Taking the 30th day of April, A. D. 1941.
a pretty picture. ..
.. ;
; -Geo. W. Stimp-
part in the Maypole dance were ., ; '.' WILLIAM T. HULL
.t, son. 'i' Clerk of the Circuit Court,
'Esther Brewer, Parmelia Bourne Hendry County florida.

:Mayme Johnson, Joy Ann Brown, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) By INEZ MAGILL, D. C.



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